El Camino Real High School - El Corazon Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

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K ,FJAQPATV N gf ' Q X W A ff' f fi ff 'LTL--, all I STAFF Cheryl Kennedy ------------- Editor in Chief Kathy Dumoulin ---- ----- B usiness Manager Brent Malley ----- --------------- A rt Donna Prokop ----------------- Photography David Dimont, Assistant Niels Jensen, Assistant f E. D. Catrambone ----------------- Sponsor Section Editors Leslie Wolfus ---------------- Organizations Lisa Hughes, Assistant Mary Bressler ------ Administration 1 Faculty Kathy Tomilson. Assistant ' ff., Chris Bressler ---------------------- Events ' A-'if LCOIHZQJIL I ., .. .. -:ua - at P t Tanya Edwards, Assistant , ai. 51. , 'Q CQ Athena Burla --------------- ----- S ports t , - , 'riff' Daniel Galaif, Assistant 1 -5' '- ' ' 1,7 I S-1. w Vicki Freeman ------------ ---- S eniors -, -V Q .L ' Lori Vargas, Assistant , 'K fs '- K -ff' Bridget Keenan ---------- ------- I uniors J f .X Y f 7, Sharon Reeves --------- ---- S ophomores -X 2 - , H-2' Leslie Weiss ---- ---Academic ' N Q - .-.H V Mehssa Becker '--' "--"' I nde' Kathy DuMou1in watches ' describes a layout. fp W K ghe budget. h 1n," F A a ch edy, editor, xp gt Mr. E. C ambone, spo 'or. 3 ,.....,.- fl -f---L-v t .4..-A ..,a. W ,,,, , ,.........i. .. W5 ,Y an , , Q:- tr. . Row: K. Tomilson, Bressler, A. Burla. 2d Row: M. Becker, V. Freeman. 3d Row: S. Reev B, Malley. 5th Row: L. Vargas. Standing: C. Bressler, 3'9bs1'Ga1aif. 4th Row: Wolfus , C. 6' 9 -'9 . ents, Th -:wg 5. break: prize ' 2 persi est, E rockin signed Debbie ing fifth uring li the H ing a be be ci tudents 3 this. T, ued a studeni elieve t Conqui, Dre tow '- ut, the ' i 3 - , ' V , Q43 1.251 J' ' l ' S-. 2 l X U tter tha I , , e 3 'i ,S ' he g, 1 XJ 6-Mugs,-4 time we - djji it ini hf'l' i U J' 75 A 1- ., . r ' fhfff 'F ' ' ' Q . 5 , - 2 iiii r .T ", ' ' 'JT'S,xe,x,Xi'ii i Q, ,T sig xx V FM V irst cox ' X chairpe lance m Girls' eague l :cnt sir of us z as befi F QIGQSJNUB V 1 iting a 1 .pqpp "Sli des fBi-ass" 'MMT um W 'MWMTH N cessful One." Jim BISO midi, onstrate his Kills at the United Crusade Assembly today. SQISA-Jggrglieeiirverljtedi ow Gam-is missisason for Mmm-the pooling oi? ideas becornesfnecessary to tell the story ' '. le -V - Versa being held so ' ilegxxgritgf-lasi-cyg5ig'f'lq1eSPE6n1 5dms' it is usually held .--,. ........i...... Ar fl.. M-mm Tir-kat: will an nn sale at .Tnnnarvi is that the Seniors aifsdnigh opinion . ing! ci Bake Sale lad. Home-baked :et tooth, ond all ed Crusade Drive. t successful drive ' last ear's Queen, Lynn Simon 0 Tuesddy, November 30, the House of Representatives B I, 5 N Gangs , Jbolijjkga, UE, cMyy9Oh11y-in-2d iRG1W,o SpoB:lh?1'r3gxo5iEI'Yt0JkdiUp My. Come to school , ,,.,,. sp I , ., -A ' if 4-,ti -. Q d . S rf' ff, H In EJ R f. ' , y . man QQ,JlaQ5l3ei,pSf2'ZZ?liiirii5ilf' Qspfjijgbfarhd, Junior Princess. mede ' up this years homecoming W p f ,ff-'V ' court. . I . . 7 . " COT'-Sfafulfmws Gwen ' ' ' igw ff E' Camino's principal, Df- x- '- AU: James C. Royer, made a brief ' i speech congratulating the Queen and her court and James Linda Olofson Brown, El Camino's retired . - , 1 ,. J .-I A J L Z .- es ' po'r o ' s e , ond o strow hot, gEi'enSIEb!irE1ifItheLfi4rf??J?egqh? higtgt Elm Hoedown Square Dance. The dance is from 7:30 to l0:OO p.m. in the Multi- Purpose Room. Tickets ore on sole ot the Student Store ond crt the dance for 51.00. 0 Senior Cabinet is sponsoring cz Rock-o-Thon starting tomorrow in the Multi-Purpose Room, The Rock-o-Thon starts ot 6:00 p.m. and ends Suncloy ot 6:00 p.rn, All money the rockers eorn will go toward the United Crusade Drive. n n,...lf.w Rnelmfl-mll ic rnminn' 'inmrdov December 4 in E7CR3'KiniZ Cou 'era ?1ishes lveissu ca egor , tures, and sports each year to inform and sday, emeneriifirhe s1tli6iPli'1E'TB'29dSl'? Sem' Ceb- VR. 591133 Cabitlzg inet member in c ar e of the fm we i e lisisliefnisfilrlglrllsilsev 6 S f mwstihdifdsfof lasiii-QSti1mia3dsi.fvidiixa1iiiiye:' love Safeeuieeylai arfil0e'flea?tQVeItfy We TGZYEHFPEI toms ana D955 . sim'lar to lib s expfrisnced at 'ls ,Wim QI? gdll-Fl"1gtliaQpfi?m'.hQuk.'qngarleels tQQf1Heg3'g'g'jSi3g,lgi1S0risfesr1eenzwea me I-Bug" is gifilinmimnoimffunevml afnuawpeeseefy 'ff fo airfares whicgl ggjgsrafrs gina iissavmg time an msun noise The 'COHILQLQ See-slag its and tbobefaslzeafdelr of seudems serious film, and Ll-ie audience will, therefore, probably be much quieter. Senior Cabinet rented both "The Dove" and "Bug" as part of a deal made with the Silver Screens Movie Club whereby five films costing over S150 each could be rented at half price, The remaining films include i'Young Frankenstein," "Murder on the Orient Ex- press," and "Play it Again Sam." There is a possibility that, because it has already appeared on television, "Play it Again Sam" will not be shown. "The Dove." like all senior Band Aims to Retain Crown No organization at ECR has a more formidable challenge, perhaps, than the El Camino band. How does an organization which achieved highest honors in Los Angeles last year pursue New Horizons? The Conquistadores, both Band and Drill Team in competition, were quick to respond by capturing Sweepstakes honors at the 3rd Annual California State University Northridge Invitational in October. Competing against 10 schools, the Conquistadores copped first in High Music, in March and Maneuvers, and Best Drill Team. tti , r. '12 ssy, f . V' f a 3 Q. M s t pa. 2 'E I .. W' EX ,-, . 4 -I . ' , ,Q t ' fp V, X .mx ,I g J f , ' Lis. - , A ' txt. "r ,A v . T 11 ,NNE 'A ' ' li . 5 'fl-J W f . , 5 U Y G Q ' X 5 f 4 l' i 'f' 5 , 0 DL. r I , ' vu A -' A ,H Spirit is essential to success. Crowds roar when the Band takes to the field. elcammo tzealhuqh school SA I . .. g ,. ' A Row 1: S. Lamb, L. Bergland, R. Lyman - Drum Major, S. Silveri - Color Guard Captain, A. Goodman - Drum Major, L Bergland, S. Smith. 'ld Row: M. Shanks, E. Sterns, L. Silverstone, C. Pierce, J. Lewis, K. Mowers, K. LaBarge, C. Walker N. Chester, L. Frisch, C. Jenkins, D. Adams, P. Elliot, M. Chassman, C. Stevens. 3d Row: D. Rodgers, M. Marques, S Corkery, A. Ehrhardt, C. Neugroschl, C. Livingston, K. Ehrlich, D. Hoche, M. Epstein, K. Tompson, M. Milder, C Sheeler, K. Wetterberg, K. Homb, F. Weller. 4th Row: C. Badger, K. Dudley, C. Anaker, D. Neisenbaurn, L. Porush, R Boyer, G. Meek, A. Schimke, A. Dall, J. Pelka, D. Cornman, F. Smith, C. King, B. Wheeler, D. Storer. 5th Row: A Zalkind, B. Bregman, L. Benson, L. Fischler, R. Caplan, E. Kuncir, L. Lombard, B. Sipple, J. Bambridle, D. Lefitz, M Blazi, A. Pincus, D. Pelka, D. Clark. 6th Row: B. Hughes, E. Hillig, T. Wade, D. Hawken, M. Linick, B. Bjork, S. Gillon D. Silverstone. J. Jones, S. Krongold, T. Melendez, D. Dickson. 7th Row: P. Stanton, D. Grindas, G. Rmano, S. Natterstad J. Turco, M. Hasson, B. Cooper, D. Sakaidas, P. Elliot, J. Nauman, M. Ott, D. Rose, S. Bath. Sth Row: P. Ambrose, L Lippman, B. Silberberg, E. Constanza, J. Anderson, K. Rector, T. Lantz, D. Shipper, A. Lamb, L. White, S. Reeves, L Lipptnan, K. Berk, M. Xfimer, T. Jeffers, R. Lamb, Karl Raschkes, Director. i 4 ' ' it K K GEF G3 G1 'S ' ' f , ,. " ' A V , t L. yur jj: . ,,2,.., I if 2,343.14 g rj K p f ' A . A' . t '.,,1f..f A , -V' , -- H - -1.-V... ' ' i' ,,ainfA 5' f 3 If nfl", ', 3,1 9 - 1 A' ' A' dit2QEyf,!' qi, T F-dw, ' ffl 1 uf ' 0 . l ., ' - ,,,, - - H . , . t S 11'1f 1 V 6. . A , Q t , f X B . i.,i:'j:j' ef q , .V , hp I ggi, .yfg-. A : V. Barbie appeals to the ECR Conquistador Alana The lustre of the game would be lost without the cheerlead- ers. ' lfheynarexalvtiaylaready to lead a pep rally. In triumph or defeat, the Alma Mater reverberates. x Bottom Row: M. Nobleman, R. Venturella, C. lmouye, A. Kent. D. Fontaine. 2dCRow: B. Kelley, B. Bauresfield, D. Falk, J. Fardy, L. Fries. Sd Row: S. Wingate, D. Knapp. 4th Row: K. Chandler, J. Meloeny. Sth Rowz K. Gikas. Drill Team Aims to Retain Title Cadence becomes second-nature . . Q' .I . . 3 Qi , - .Q mm' ' V, t .1 -' 1 . 'if ,1 .. atv- ff i H 'Q J x' f VI- , f .. KS x ,,., x ' rx. ff- Y V 7 l The ECR Superintendent's Champion The Drill Team's formations are known throughout the city, each one an Banner . . . tops. Last year's Drill Team, first in city competition, presented a tough challenge for the 1977 crew. And what were its aims? "The Drill Team for 1976-1977, " commented Mrs. Barbara Cullin, advisor, "has the greatest attitude I have seen in a group in many years. One of our many goals for the year," she continued, "is to work with the Band as a core, not competing against the Band as has happened at other schools . I am looking forward to the most fantastic year ever." Results in competition, as reported with the ECR Band, bear out Mrs. Cu1lin's appraisal. original experience. flag 5 Bottom Row: Chris Larson, captaing Pam Morgan, co-captain. 2d Row: L. Basso, L. Kirchen, R. Gurstein, T. Antonson, R. Wibarri, 1. Taufer, A. Dreyfuss, T. Parker, J. Potempo, M. Fields, R. Carr, G. LaRose 3d Row: A. Clark, L. Gypen, S. Arnold, S. Rosevear, C. Ember, C. Tieffer, J. Treiner, H. Hart, Br: Knight, C. Finoccluaro. D. Zurkofsky. 4th Row: D. Reis, A. Fleser, J. Meyer, K. Gannon, S. Cantos, S. Bremer, K. Bruhn, L. Erving, S. O'Brien, M. McGarry, C. Maney, H. Turk, D. Johnson, Mrs. Barbara Cullen, sponsor. 5th Row: K. Briggs, D. Dewolf, E. Pistotnik, L. Horowitz, M. Zaricki, T. Park, J. Dye, J. Sears, G. Harris, M. Davis, L. Bruhn, E. Hsu, M. Combs. 6th Row: C. McSlary, P. Malone, D. Barrett, A. Jamieson, K. Kesterson, J. Grose, T. Asman, C. Voeller, V. Mau, S. Stack, P. Aspinwall. ECR Thrives l O Competition A """SQN-,...f ,fi st - W at is Q, . - . 'inf 1 s , at :F A . 5,4r,5a'- 4 , if E ' if 5' gee: " fm .-.' j-',g gn.. ,.a,2F . , , o i t tant it l ' 2 - -s 4"'5"l.e se. . Wg t V, ig rf" Li Q V K N - .2 A - . ' ,,,' , -. ' , V f . 1- X . f on -12 , ti 1:41807 ,tl q f I If as J++!--ls A El Camino performs another great routine. Drill Team and Color guards set the stage. Y The Conquistadors make their grand entrance at Homecoming. I 55' I 6 - II fix" 9 ' if - . ,I P 'i ' 1 . - ' , gs ,I A . s, , ' .nf Q L ' L- -' 'N' fi I Q44 i"fw Shirle' Silveri holds rro h ' re- , A Q, Ir D., wtf i P5P A I ,,, f. HRV , ' V15 I 1 5' ' H 'Q' X-H!! sented to the school for winning the C" 1 5 'gap 1 H Ch 'fl --' ' 1976 Combined Band and Drill S 5, A - V ll I ' 7 .a N SX IJ W W Team championship. With Miss I gA1f"l I , I! xt s. N vi - I, it film-V fi Silvier is Roosevelt Greer. actor ' C M l ., ,. if' 3 A 55 1 V- ' :I 55 ' and former star defensive lineman F' SQN' 5 V t. Q 5 5 f ' for the Los Angeles Rams. 1 ' ,, rg 'Q' fri 'j X, '21 - 1 - For the ast two ears the S orts Arena was filled with an i Q QQ .. ei Mt 4 . st S Y P sg Q kv? UHF ' za 'K ' overflowing crowd of more than 12,000 as the finalists in the ' . ., V ' ' - V 'Ml' championship event presented their best segments of the ' . D ' ' halftime shows staged during the football season. A . I W ..,- 6 ' ' The Conquistadors won the event last year. CSee Supple- , 1 . -1 .- + 'YH .w ',.L gl,--r. ,' 1 " '3 ,.,, j I' V . . . 12595 hlwg 5Q,,,,,g,,,t,jQhgLfzgillf-1 ' , , . V -r 513.4 mem for 1977 Competitionq Hates, reeds, and brass in one line. r Ol'Cl1CSll'-3 l'Ch63ISliS 3 sonata . ' Band HZZ Bottom Row: L. Fischler, R. Caplan, N. Balloy, C. Anaker, D. Rodgers, A. Zalkind. Bd Row: Mr. K. Raschkes, director. D. Adams, D. Rose, G. Lake. K. Emerson, P. Ambrose, B. Hughes, G. Springer. 3d Row: D. Dickson, S. Gillon, T. Wade, J. Barnbridge, J. Smith. In addition to boasting a superior marching Band, ECR rightfully enjoys like plaudits with its 30-member Orchestra and 18-member Jazz Band, both under the direction of Mr. Karl Raschkes. For the past three years, the orchestra has received unani- mous superior ratings at music festivals in.the Los Angeles area. "Although small numerically," commented Mr. Raschkes. "it is high qualitatively." Catering to the jazz oriented listeners, the ECR Jazz Band brings "swing" to the campus. The group distinguished itself a couple of years ago when it won a first place recognition at the Moorpark College Jazz Band Competition. Orchestra Bottom Row: J. Margerum, S. Boone, G. Arter, M. Coltrane, L. Polak. D. Flack. J. Ford, D. Hake, M. Judy, C. King, D. Adams, D. Pelka. 2d Row: G. Meek. A. Dall. J. Chen, P. Milham, M. Greene, D. Kamrandt, J. Crown, P. White, S. Gill, K. La Barge, C. Anaker. Sd Row: R. Greene, J. Feldman, R. Wolf, R. Lymam, B. Coutin, M. Froch, M. Froch. J. Bass, B. White, D. Sicules, Mr. K. A J' 'C Jazz Band plays a Count Basie number. Art Production Bottom Row: L. Moles, M. Javitz, K. Houston, C. Guerrero, M. Casamas- saima, T. Hurt. 2d Row: R. Scott, K. McClellan, K. Iewett. M. Yates, B. Felsman, L. Wolinski, D. Dillon, M. Stevens. 3d Row: I. Harris, K. Smith, J. Potempa, M. O'Connor, B. Lazor, W. Wallis, B. Likes, L. Smith., T. Benkert, R. Urie, M. Telle, Mrs. Marie Norbury, sponsor. Whatever the event, ECR makes it a practice to publi- cize it with an enormous poster, which hangs in the corri- dor. The football team returning for the second half breaks through a hugh banner, depicting the crushing of the foe. These posters are, in part, what Art Production produces, exemplifying the depth of students' creativity. The students of Photography, too, have an opportunity to display their artistry. The annual Photography Show at ECR has attracted much attention over the years. Q . ' vrfyf K . I 4, 4, If A ' isha Artists need a lot of room to create their banners. l 1 Donna Prokop explains her theme to Mr. Carter. NS Photo Club Bottom Row: l. Omens. S. Rittgard. 2d Row: F. Milewski, C. Kubia, I. Elliott, R. Loriline, S. Osherow, L. Mann, D. Prokop, Mr. Duane Carter, sponsor. The Many Voices ofECR Q Camerata consists of 16 talented students, mainly sen- iors, who perform at school functions, hospitals, rest homes, and occasionally restaurants. It is highly selec- tive, it choreographs its own numbers. There are four vocal parts - sopranos, altos, tenors, and basses. Diane Taylor, Laurie Meek, Megan Whalen, and Judy Seif are the sopranos. Athena Ashmore, Carmel Pur- dum, Susan Woodfield, and Debbie Fraker, altos. Scott Hoffman, Tony Frankel, Ken Myers, and Scott Torrence, tenors. Scott Torrence replaced Anton Ehrhardt. Steve Steinberg, Joe Pacheco, Alan Freidman, and Russ Gris- waldg basses. Together with the pianist, Cory Bell, and the bass, Diane Adams, the Camerata has been very suc- cessful. The annual school performances that are put on by Camerata, along with Girls' Glee and Choir, are the Fall Vocal Festival, the Holiday concert, and the Spring Pops concert. Under the direction of Mr. George Greb, Camerata, Girls' Glee Bottom Row: L. Dellorto, L. Fresch, W. Crown, C. Gourgouris, M. Pacheco, A Cornwell, K. Doherty, M. Winner, R. Ulibarri, S. Diamond, J. Jaffe. 2d Row: M Robinson, A. Medvecki, J. Purdum. B. Isaac, S. Weiss, C. Baca. S. Erickson, P Larson, A. Stendel, M. Devich, A. Jamieson. 3d Row: R. West, K. Amling, I Smith, C. Downey, J. Soukup, P. Demyon, P. Benz, K. Ballard, N. Ellingboe Mr. Greb. Girls' Glee, and Choir perform regularly. Laurie, Jodi, Athena, Ria, Meagan. and Robin emote for the receptive audi- Cam era ta Bottom Row: K. Meyers, M. Whalen, C. Bell, T. Frankel, L. Meek. 2d Row: D. Frakct, S. Hoffman, J. Pacheco, J. Seif, A. Ehrhardt, A. Ashmore, R. Griswald, D. Adams. Sd Row: A. Friedman, S. Woodfield, S. Steinberg, C. Purdum. G. Grcb - Director. Camerata rehearsing for the Fall Festival. Mr. Greb conducting. The Girls' Glee, or more formally called the Las Cantantes, consists of three vocal parts, soprano, 2nd soprano, and alto. Students must spend one semester in Girls' Glee before entering choir. The Choir is the largest vocal group at El Camino, of both boys and girls. Six vocal parts of soprano, 2nd soprano, alto, tenor, baritone, and bass make up the group. For the first in ECR history, the choir will compete in the South- ern California Vocal Festival. The choir has also been invited to perform in a concert held in Mexico during Easter. M CLA!-if7"-2 Jim wa 3 mf ' cw V f7LCx ' g,C' , Uafbzzlii 15670 VI' pu-612.17 I My ou N ,' L1-J woo at ! wma Zeer 5422? C..-am? wif 3014 if-pgyviw i 461 . .1 0711 , fhuni Qi? ,LM ' ft CCM 2241 -121155 6,4 ,,- A mmjmd wfua, D1 ,I i7LQ fwf dw X0 Aflzfcdi AZOKE4 jivg 56 MGM. ' Q0 Aweoi CM Wu ajffd QQ 1114411 Lifoufdfmxf orlryoreeharmonizelnc Dncerr . Mapa! V 1 elm, choir WM Wgjfi MM? J My fggfwm I Bottom Row: A. Ashmore, D. Renner, L. Freiling, M. Davis, L. Sparer, T. Turly, R. Freidland, K. Meyers, L. Jones, L. Meek, L. Plank, M. Whalen, C. Ember, T. Ieffras. 2d Row: A. Worthen, D. Fraker, M. Mallory, K. Labarge, C. Purdum, A. Ehrardt, D. Jones, 1. Naumann, T. Frankel, R. Borden, S. Larson, S. Roberts, A. Fleser. 3d Row: M. Brennan, V. Mau. T. Gilbert, C. Bell, P. Bailey, R. Ryan, S. Hoffman, S. Torrence, D. Mallon, B. Lanoil. P. Milham, C. Freidman, B. Knight, S. Bluebond, P. Sheridan, J. Seif. 4th Row: S. Wood- field, C. Larson, P. Elliott, I. Grose, C. Schaffer, l. Herzog, V. Russo, K. Friedman, S. Steinberg, R. Gris- wold, B. White, I. Pacheco, C. Schmidt, N. Balloy, L. Arndt, E. Chauannes. Not Pictured: I. Keenen, J. George. D. Taylor. 21 The Playis the Thing The Play not only remains one of ECR's most attended activities but also is a drawing card for future thespians. Play Production launches a new season with some very demanding plays. At this writing, "To the Chicago Abyss" is in rehearsal. The thespians also plan to do fables and tales by Grimms and Aesop. Many of last year's veterans return to the stage, a fact which promises similar success to that of last year's hit "My Fair Lady. " Mrs. Fischli is very optimistic on the success of her drama students. "I think we are going to have a terrific year, we have many talented and hardworking students," she stated. The ians 2 Bottom Row: A. J. Matsukas, T. Kochheim. C. Purdum, G. Lorch, S. Mans- field, B. Lainoil, C. Schaeffer, A. Ashmore. 'ld Row: D. Silverstone. D Adler, T. Crossman, L. Dicksrein, R. Tate, B. Dechter, D. Mallon, S Roberts, R. Dettman. 3d Row: S. Steinberg, J. Kopulsky, E. Bethune, D Klein. D. Weiss, I. Richards, D. London, K. Kesterson, H. Aronin, A Friedman. 4th Row: L. Meek, K. Branaagan, T. Frankel, M. Schwarz, A Lantz, H. Cole. S. Bluebond, S. Hoffman. Actors get physical in some plays. Play Production Bottom Row: C. Purdum, L. Meek, S. Steinberg, A. Ashmore, R. Dettman, C. Schaeffer, A. Friedman, B. Lanoil, M. Wimer, D. London, H. Cole, S. Roberts. fd Row: S. Gillespie, B. Dechter, K. Branagen. J. Richards. M. Schwarz, L. Dick- stein, D. Adler, R. Tate, S. Mansfield, G. Lorch, J. Smith, H. Aronin. 3d Row: E. Bethonc, I. Malitsky, J. Woog, T. Crossman, D. Fraker, T. Elliott, K. Bauder, S. Horton, K. Slaton. 4th Row: D. Ricci, S. Sykes, l. Kopulsky, Z, Mazcowkiey K, KCSISFSGD, A. Matsukas. T. Frankel, S. Hoffman, J. McCoy. Stage Crew i A , Bottom Row: M. Shanman, M. H. Brafstein, R. King, R. Kehoe. 2d Row: G. Sledge, K. Bier- man, P. Madan, L. Meek, P. Holmes. 3d Row: Many Involved for Une Show The play is what we see. Behind the scenes, we do not see. That's where the Stage Crew fits in. Same with the News Show. There are four or five times more behind the picture tube. fSee Academics.J R. bevy, D. Mallon. 4th Row: I. Wizhe, M. Stage, Crew paints 3551, .. 1- 1. n ni--- r- v......:n:,,v A Dnmarm 3 News Production 113 ' 1 5. f . .i A? 1 - U1 'Q ,- were - r . ,G fs, , 'A ' S . ZEQ E i' . ' - 'B 'gi it to y t 'A - ..1...Q.A 9 if Bottom Row: B. Pete, K. Rieders. 2d Row: C. Hake, M. Zarichi. L. Good, E. Varnen, C. Malang, S. Stevenson, E. Bergman, I. Horwitz, N. Cohon, E. Christianson. 3d Row: K. Greene, J. Ber- nard, G. Gaw, D. Shipper, I. Hager, N. Epstein, S. Silver, L. Cortez, E. Bergman. NIL, 'dui' Mali I via L Norman Cohen waiting for 'que' to dub in on tape. IJ' , Q of Wifi gg-0 iv n ' fN15oX1Ufi'54 mimi rl TVProduot1on X 6 , N1 g, . . ' ' r L t 6 rar ' W . V! ' -5 . ', ' 6 Yu ' .. fix 'WG fy 7 ,-: A Al 5' ll X! fx. . . 1 xr' if 1 'S L si ft ,X id llir ' ' -if.-.f 'B ,7 , . V' 4 "2-5' . 5 L ' A ' V ' r' . P M p p , lf ,ig.1, A ' . ,iw ... ' 1:51-fri 'gh' .1 7 , ,XL . rf B- .X , ' . t ' - , . Z L, "ef 9 , ,,.f, . , X' ', Hi' , , . Q ,- 4 Q 1, I Bottom Row: R. Bunrun, P. Murotake, C. Hake, , , ' , ' , A f wr 13 ii L. Goodside, K. Rieders. 2d Row: J. Horwitz, D. , C , . ' ' , . , . ', : . ' A C I. Deeds, C. Rosevear, J. Bernard, J. Taylor, B. 6 Shipper L Karp B Frank 3d Row G Collins, ' Pete. N. Cohen. Radio Free ECR, Over. . . The intent of New Horizons is to reach as many students as possible to stimulate involvement. The Amateur Radio Club is one organization which finds stimulation not only on cam- pus but in present day CB-oriented society. If any one club is destined to grow by leaps and bounds, it is this interest group. Mr. Schwartz is the sponsor. l Bottom Row: Terry Warner, Paul Marchant. 2d Row: Mr. Arnold Schwartz, Brian McClung, R. Delcher, M. Gibson. ' 11 ' ., QQ' s if' ' ' ' 'L 9, 3 Q , X in-f... antenna' This is ECR calling, says Paul Marchant. Magic Comes to ECR One of the newer clubs on campus is the Magic Club, an interest which lured some 15 members at inception. The establishment of the Magic Club is indicative of ECR'S lead- ership in catering to various interests, hence greater involve- ment. Mr. Cashman is the club's sponsor. Pictured on the right are: Bottom Row: S. Mazer, D. Flack, A. Botwinick, T. Newman, D. Rosenberg, Mr. Cashman. 2d Row: I. Horow- itz, M. Akridge, L. Snyder, S. Thompson, M. Shanman. 3d Row: K. Spiegel, A. Dorfman, S. Hoffman, G. Freeman, M. Zaricki. Officials in action at one of the many foorball games. Rifle Club sq-sf' ,- Bouom Row: M. Rieman, R. Sarfary, N. Olrman, G. Mueller, L Stephens. 2d Row: B. Nesti, D. Casey, G. Larson, S. Silver. 3d Row: J. Pierre, I. Lezak, S. Shepard, R. Gomes. Official 'S Club Bouom Row: C. Friedman, D. Granger, A. Glocer, S. Roberts, K. Alcorn 2d Row: L. Kasha, P. Ohlson, D. Rubin, S. Rozenblum, J. Wemple, S. Sel lers. Sd Row: P. Findl, M. King, R. Ahonen, D. Ryburn. Creek Club Cerman Club A D. Hillas, T. Nickols. president, P. Martin, C. Suarez. Not pictured is Mr. Elezad. sponsor. Bottom Row: M. Werner, Mrs. Harris, sponsor, B. Daily, A. Romano. 2d Row: D.Adams, C. Hoche. Sd Row: C. Balduc, J. Purdum, D. Hoche, J. Trend Observed in Language Clubs Language clubs have been around for a long time, but for some reason, students seem to be showing greater interest in a foreign language beyond the classroom. German and French enjoyed clubs in the past: the French Club enrollment is the biggest ever, over 30 at the present time. The newest langauge club to form at ECR is the Greek Club. Members shown above are doing a folk dance. French Club N U , p V 'E J. Aune, L. Alexander, S. Barsrad, E. Bergman. P. Benz, T. Bolognia, K. Brittenham, M. Castillo, E. Christenson, B. Cooper, J. Crown, D. Flack, M. Georgens. P. Gronhegard, L. Gysin, K, Kane, L. Kirsch, J. Keating, J. Ladin, B. McClung, C. Marsell, R. Newman, G. Norlander, C. Patri, I. Potempa, M. Rojas, C. Seelig, D. Shippen, A. Zalkind, N. Zanuchi. The sponsor is Mr. Goldsmith. '11 State Ca1j1'ern1a Bouom Row: S. Weuerhahn, S. Gingrich, M. Aroni, H. Zinn. 2d Row: D. Garfinkel, Mr. Dunn, sponsor, M. Scllih. Chess Club sponsor, Mrs. Mannau, observes c1ub's president B. Benhold check a cha11enger's move. Em ergen ey Services Bouom Row: M. Lawrence, C. Loren. 2d Row: D. Galleily, Cuniclemifiedj, funidenrifiedj. 3d Row: D. Cheng, R. Frank, P. Solomon, K. Repash. Chess Club ,J f... if S. Hernandez, B. Berthold, D. Berggren, G. Sviland. I A 1 Service, a Prevalent Spirit on Campus The 35 members of Ladies help to serve the basic needs of the school and communities through Various projects such as the Annual Mum sale and OHI- side welfare projects at children's homes. Mrs. l-luberman is the sponsor. The officers of Ladies are Jody Jamba, president: Sheryl Streiter, vice pre- sidentg Jean Garey, recording secretaryg Liz Bernstein, corresponding secre- tary, Nicki Fenton,historiang Linda Bruhn, treasurer. The Girls' League at ECR is the largest club at school. With its 100 members they plan the annual Vice-Versa Dance, in addition to various other school and community projects such as Operation Happiness. This semester, the pre- sident is Linda Schilling and the vice president is Jan Porush. The sponsor is Ms. Monokandilos. Ladies y I Bottom Row: J. C-arey, D. Longon, C. Ember, N. Sara- vatpuntudis, S. Cantos, J. Jamba, Mrs. Huberman. 2d Row: T. Asman, L. Bruhn, I. Buzzelle, L. Ashley, L. Strain, J. Proush, C. Calkins. 3d Row: L. Bernstein, P. Johnston A. Fleser N. Fenton, S S. Lewis. Las Ayundantes af Bottom Row: C. Kennedy, R. Tate, V. Bodack, D. DeWolI', 'ld Row: Mrs. Boardman, S. Wagner, F. Bossak, C. Day, A. Brown, L. Kirchen, D. Gordon, Ms. Mannett. 3d Row: D. Jurkofsky, S. Jimenez, R. Stevens, L. Muzzey. money Bottom Row: J. Weinstein, L. Carlin, L. Schilling. S. Streiter, K. Miller, D. Gor- don. D. Weisberg, V. Ross, L. Streim. 2 Row: A. Malteman, D. Rossler, J. Jamba, A Petlowitz, J. Ford, K. Bruhn, S. Gruskin, J Pnrush, B. Cooper. Sd Row: S. Robbins, M Miller, M. Asman, S. Fellman, L. Fischler K. Callison, J. Andrews, L. White, S .-lrnold, Fenton, D. Mackay, D. Carabet Y. Borlack. K. Naesheim, A. Brown, D Flack. -1thRow: M. Schwarz, S. Cantos, L Jones. C. King, K. Laiiarge, PV. Elliott, D flrtdrtws. E. Hsu, S. Ornstein, A. Dreyfuss S. l-fstllgrce. fl. Cornwell, A. Jamieson, R Sttrens, S. Lewis. 5th Row: N. Chester, J Chen. C. Hoche. M. Pum, C. Parrino, K Freed, L. Newell, S. Krane, C. Petri. K Jlucktr, P. Larson. oth Row: H. Brown, S Sellers. D. Rrbttrn, Alcorn, L. Wortner, D lraterrttatt, J. Wtmple, T. Brown, T ,lst11.tn, gk. Jacobs, C. Vneller, D. Robles C. Haney, K. Zulser, E. Foster, A. Good man. l. l'pdj.'ke. S. lwagner. F. Bossuk. P. Lung. IW ir ff 'K gf Boys' League A. Q Bottom Row: D. Boss, G. Kraus, G. Lorch, M. Farren. 2d Row: D. Kass, D. Pearlman, A. Burr, P. Slayton, P. Solomon. 3d Row: J. Sylvern, T. Crok- ett, sponsor, M. Ezersky, K. Gulbrandsen, K. Scullin. 4th Row: D. Gallety, M. Auerbach, M. Green, S. Mansfield. Boys' League is an organization whose sole purpose is to serve the boys of ECR. Its executive board is Gary Kraus, president, Brian Jaffe, vice-president, Alan Weiss, treasurerg Mark Javitz, director of publicity, and David Boss, histo- rian. Its 30 members have worked extremely hard in bringing ECR such activities as The United Crusade Raffle, the Marx Brothers in "A Day at the Races" and actorfspeaker Joe Campanella. Boys' League is sponsored by Mr. Crokett. .V Speech and Debate .... V W 7 r at fa. -fr 1.f,,1E" ,r .l Bottom Row: A. Brown, E. Varnen. 2d Row: M. Sipos. A. Arola, J. Weiner. Not Pictured: A. Alana leads a debate. Mallzman- f T' ..,. ,sf '.1-' Yell Leaders . , If Bottom Row: R. Pedowitz. 2d Row: B. Lanoil, K. Villaloboz. C. l - Rosevear. 3d Row: S. Burney, G. Zeheznick, V. Russo, A. Good- Bouom Row: J. Bass, N. Sokoler, D. Oseas, T. Smith ers, N. Cohen, I. Sylvern. 2d Row: Mr. E. Etezad sponsor. D. Huffaker, S. Burney, D. Cheng, D. Pearl- man, D. Martin, D. Combs. 3d Row: D. Kass, D. Ger- borh. M. Farren, S. Newlands, M. Ezersky. man, S. Howard . , The Hoedown activity sponsored by the House of Representatives. The California Scholarship Federa- tion CCSFJ is made up of a group of stu- dents state-wide who have a grade point average of 3.5 or above and meet certain course requirements. CSF sponsors several lectures, activ- ities, and meetings during the year. Members of CSF for six semesters are given the gold seal bearer award, recorded on the student's cumulative report, and announced during gradua- tion ceremonies. Housa ofRepresen ta tives Bottom Row: S. Gruskin. K. Fardy, I Treinen, W. Schlan, M. Simay, D. Prokop, A. Berman, president, D. Gordon, C. Emge bretsen, L. Sparer, T. Burdick, J. Vangerov 2d Row: K. Bendat, L. Meek, J. Seif, L Olafson, V. Ross, D. Weisberg, S. Ktane, A Fleser, L. Lippman. 3d Row: R. Lamb, S Kinzer. M. Georgens, R. Stapler, J. Hum phrey, I. Davis, K. Doherty, D. Blankfeld D. Carabet, P. Malone. 4th Row: S. Burney C. Neill, C. Stanley, L. White, S. Sidveri T. Nordin, L. Gardner, W. Aaronson, G Meadows, K. Seidman. California Scholarship Federation Hound lable works together to get things done 1- rScelndt'x1 Vx Conflict and S1m ula tion Bouom Row: M. Sellin, D. Garfinkel, D. Pearlman. 2d Row: C. Jones, F. Louaillier, D. Oseas. ski Club Round Table r,' -If .4 ., Bouom Row: J. Janiba. M. Farren. M. Aroni. 2d A , -" Row: S. Jaffe. D. Garfinkel, T. Nickels. Skiers lake a fall at Mammoth' mano ECR Student Leaders Show Fell Student Council 'u .Qq 7 Boriom Row: A. Flcscr, N. Saravatpunrudis. R. Pedowirz, W. Aaronson, S. Gruslsin, K. Farha, Mrs. Cornman, sponsor, H. Brown, E. Hsu, A. Berman, D. Gordon, H. Gould. Bd Row: H. Zinn, D. Alricr, I. Sylvern, M. Latin, M. Farrun, G. Kraus, B. Pakula, N. Holmbcrg, D. Cornman. 41h Row: B. Wank, K. Farha, S. Howard, L. Alexander, B. Nobleman, L. Schilling, K. Gregory, C. Graaf, D. Fuchs, L. Gardner. l. Porush. ' l ll "fri lin of Mike Larin calls the mccring ro order. SlllLlClll Council planning this y-:ar's activities. M Lx L K ix ff . Cll W ll 1 v , A 31- wns.r1. ,J Run Xlrs. Cnrnman, sponsor, L. Sclzxllizxg, '-l.Lrrrin,5.Cruel-:in,,1..Berm,3n, frlrs. Cwrnrzran discusses acrivilies with Srudem Council members. F f Initiative rfwcia xg?- Harry Gould. spring president. Spring Student Council Student Body President - Harry Gould Executive Vice President - Scott Howard Boys' Vice President - Scott Lorch Girls' Vice President - Jan Porush Treasurer - Harry Zinn Recording Secretary - Helen Brown Senior Class President - Cindy Ember Junior Class President - Wendy Aaronson Sophomore Class President - Emily Hsu Director of Assemblies - Amy Berman Director of Athletics - Larry Ponrsh Director of Comunications - Sue Fellman Director of Inter-School Affairs - Diane Cornman Director of Publicity - Mark Javitz Director of Social Activities - Sue Sherman Director of Special Activities - Bruce Wank Director of Scholarships and Fine Arts - Karen Kesterson Director of Clubs - Sue Gruskin Amy Berman holdig a caucus. and S. Howard. Director of Performing Arts - lack Kopulsky Song Queen - Peggy Brewer l King's Courier Representative - Glenn Zelezmck Parliamentarian - Linda Schilling Assistant Director of Communications - Dave DeCamillo Historian - Marti Fields Historian - Lawndia White Corresponding Secretary - Sue Stack Member-at-Large - Leslie Carabet Member-at-Large - Blythe Nobleman Member-at-Large - Heidi Hart Clerk - Peggy Aspinwall Clerk - Sue Barney Clerk - Shelley Friedman Clerk - Roxanne Venturella Clerk - Michele Redlich Clerk - Brad Pakulla Advisor - Mrs. Marion Comman 'rw t . we Exec. Board Members: H. Zinn. H. Brown, H. Gould, J. Porsche, S. Lorch, Basketball also has its halftime show. A' " E i- - V f 5 1' A , - ., - 'B V - Q 5 s A N19 , t ei'- 'V W, , 'A Wm 31 ?-. - 4351? 'YB E. . , - t M 5. K 1-,s Q .1 ,lf f Ltr- 3 ,, I .. H xr ,X ,. 'swift g e V. -, lf Q, ' W-92' - G ' t ,Iva-12 .: - 4 f -' 'i 1 I " ,M - , ' fit Jia-.Q rj, 1,45 , P P , D ' h -4.:.L e1-' viii' ' 1 . A sr. 3 7 .aww ' 5 ,. 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In 200+1, the traditionally "boy" curriculum has undergone a facelift. Quite a few girls have taken the auto shop course. It has become more apparent, also, that girls now work in service sta- tions after school. When asked why she took the class, one girl said, "So I don't get stuck, just standing in the middle of the road when my car breaks down." There are other good reasons for girls and boys to learn about cars. If one knows about a car, there is less chance that he will be ripped off, as one put it, when he brings the car in for repairs. The teacher, Mr. Earl Walthall, says that the girls learn just as fast and work as well as the boys. "Sometimes," he admits, "the girls are afraid of getting dirty. " Some students take the class purposely because they want mechanics as their lifetime work. F' 1 .- Dave Beck adjusts the brakes. I -ass Exchange Students In a continuing effort to realize "New Hori- zons," ECR is fortunate to have six exchange students from Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, and Finland. These students return to their coun- tries after a year, the year not counting toward graduation from their native schools. Everyday communication with these students affords us and them an educational experience. Top Row: Marla Holmberg, Niels K. Jensen. Bottom Row: Patrick de Reyck, Aulikki 'Adelc'Ato1a. Kerry Gatrity adjusts the airflow. Mr.wa1tha11 points out the distributor. .-1, 6 I ,al Exchange student Niels K. Jensen 1-gceives help from Donna Prokup. Whether a fine art or a practical art, students take to classes in which they realize a tangible product. In ceram- ics, for example, they show pride in their vases or pots, even sell them. As it is true that many girls have enrolled in auto shop, a traditionally "boy" subject, so it is that boys have infiltrated the traditionally female course, foods. "lt'll help me when l'm in college, living on my own," claimed one student, as he inadvert- ently seasoned his recipe with a pinch of sugar when it called for salt. Finally, becoming more popular since the upsurge of "salable skill" concept, typing classes usually fill to capacity without difficulty. Typing skills are always in demand, for one's self or for an employer. ECR'S Own TV Show "Everybody quiet' "Ready" "5-4-3-2-1 roll tape" "Tape rolling" The show is on! A recent innovation at ECR is the News Show, E.C.R. T.V. - channels 8-6-8-10 every Tuesday at 9 a.m. Before the show's ten-minute news wrap is ready, much time and effort goes into collecting the needed material. putting it together, and presenting it. It takes one week's work for a ten-minute telecast. Students and teachers help by suggesting ideas or problems they would like to see televised: however, the News Team generally operates on the News Media principle . The ECR News Show was made possible by a Federal Grant several years ago, and El Camino is fortunate to be the only school that has a News Show. The ECR News Show is run by students alone. Mr. Heineman, the teacher in charge, says, "The success of the News Show was due to the fact that it was student-produced for the students at El Camino." y f 7 6 Greg Gam and Aaron Gordon work at the control board. b F W M T 4 Lv Qs-we W Mw- M..--""" h , WM- . ww' sr- +- 'rt' - .--4 MFT' , mxwwt-asses '59 Q F-WMMW W. i 3 -x at-Nmxlpxxw-A Q ' K t . 1. at... V, Q Xxx k -X X , T N . Crit!! X. st Q , Q In ti 1 .Z vu v-- -f-sex V' I of Tatfiffo ' 06? jj' L4 I-'T xxx LQ 'C' V H-LP-l y IAH WW- Tlfl gre WAY, .ntl-ull X ' J! This is ECR TV News. .-it. V ' 11" T 5 l " 1,2 X Ap' y , . A Len Goodside anchors the news. E CR Offers Many Kin ds of Learning 'Ag 2 gi 'YWIluPa-SW A ua,-f"" I ia V M . 'X 7 -, 7 A ff i..,.LN Jan L ' Robyn Hendrick checks the fit of her vest , A 4. 14' L Sheri Stratford shows her sewing skill. Anne Finocchiaro presses her outfit. The viewing of microorganisms in a biology class. The studying of many different plant lifes. Through the use of microscopes, students explore the world of microorganisms and can watch amoeba reproduce or observe move- ment of the chloraplasts in the cell mem- brane. They find that pigments present in a photosynthetic plant are separated by means of paper chromatography . The biology lab is the most interesting aspect of the class, according to the stu- dents. Students do experiments to learn about different biological functions of plants, animals, and human beings. These discoveries and many others like them make up the realm of biological studies. WK b 0 raft. 1 1 It iQ,ii1Qt.WQ ,ia WATMW if FT . NQEGDVQTQWZMUL wifi itctqv MMU - 360-31-57 ' Cox 421, .44Ao-+e0u.Q cmlw5fiAVQag! atcll ECR Qffers Many Services to Aid 'New Horizons' is inclusive of the Career Resource Cen- ter, a unique service at ECR. The planning for college, effective life functioning, and job offerings are available Q' for the asking. According to Mrs. Georgellen l-lofine, career advisor, "students are very sincere in seeking a Q Q' positive place in their futures, and in a way, in the future ,V ,'.- of all of us." '."fi 'v"e. J' The Resource Center offers, among other services, 20 minicourses with six to ten speakers in each, and each a specialist in his field. A student studies material to meet his needs. J fi- 5 l . it , Cheryl checks out a microfilm. Mrs. Hofine .A.. talks about the many job oportuities. Dr. Grace Welsh, collegefscholarship advisor, aids ECR's college-bound stu- dents. She provides help with college entrance requirements, the planning nec- essary for college, and filling out applications to various institutions. She also writes recommendations for students. Dr. Welsh has been rendering this service since 1972. "I enjoy helping stu- dents on an individual basis," she commented. Regularly, a collegefscholarship bulletin comes out, a bulletin describing scholarships, testing dates, financial aids, and sundry other pertinent informa- tion. 40 ls. ilk Dr. Welsh points out college information to Vicki man. Free Mike Rosato making a preliminary architectural sketch. V Students in Their Academic Pursuits the teachers, students, and community got together and designed the Instruc- tional Media Center CIMCJ. With help from the Federal government the Media Center concept became a reality. Additions to the library included conference rooms, a media production laboratory, a periodical room, ECR's own closed- circuit TV studio, resource centers, and an English reading laboratory. Today, a variety of educational activities take place in the library and although still referred to as the library, the IMC is vividly contrasted with the old idea of the library. One may find several students working together on a pro ject in one of the conference rooms, or one may find an individual using one of the many machines, or one may even find an individual listening to some 'rock, ' or one may find a student skipping back and forth between the card cata logue and the new Periodical room in order to compile a bibliography. ll!lJdn7 X Contrasts with the old. 4' X John Ludowitz. Randy lones, and Mark Lane set type. -sn., , .K--N" X I. Carolyn Simmons, Marty Menin, Scott Zeleznick, and Steve Stern doing pasteups. Faculty 5532, Qi X Q11 f' VX' X-nl, ,, .. X !,v -ff ,W wffj! -' 1, ff 9 5446 fl 'Lf' 7 21 Z X 47! Q7 Tx' , 1 'fr' , , 1" f"",y: ' ff jf I - ff' , -fi rf!! "K 1 'i"'v-Z 1, " ,f Cff' ,. -'iff' f" ,. ,af X, g' , Z ,ff ,4 - ,13- Mf'-, Nr, , Professionalism in Direction ax' ECR Welcomes Its ew Principal himself as conservative in his attitude toward student privi- leges. Dr. Royer, replacing Mr. James Brown who retired last summer after 37 years in education, attended USC where he received his BA and MA's and BYU where he received his doctorate in Education and Administration. Dr. Royer has nothing but warm praise about El Camino. He feels the facilities and faculty are the "best in the Dis- trict" and the students, "the finest I've ever seen." M 5 ,an Dt. James C. Royet. principal. Dr. Royer is assisted by four-year veteran Dr. Wanda Elliott and new- comer Mr. Don Thomas. Dr. Elliott has previously worked at Hughes Jr. High with the Administration. Mr. Thomas, replacing Mr. Herman Koster, came to ECR last Spring from Mark Twain Jr. High in Venice. Mr. Thomas also worked with the Adminis- tration. Mr. Thomas remarked that out of all the schools he has been to, "this is the best." Dr. Elliott, an administrator and teacher for the past 17 years, planned to take a sabbatical for the second semester. Homecoming game . NJ! Dt. Wanda Elliott, assistant. . . 1 Mr. Donald E. Thomas, assistant 1 ll William O'Rear and William Wachter. Dr. Elliott and Rob Pedowitz having a difference of opinion. 55 if ,gt yi er 5 54, " K ,gg - Q.. r n Counselors: Rose Altmark. Robert Rios, Doris Richardson. Phil Walker. Mr. William O'Rear holds the office of head counselor which has recently been renamed to Director of Personnel Services. Mr. O'Rear attended UCLA and CSUN where he received his BA in Music Education and MA in Guidance respectively. Mr. William Wachter, Director of Auxiliary Services at ECR, comes from Bir- mingham High School where he worked as a teacher, counselor, assistant boys' principal and Dean of Boys. Mr. Wachter attended USC where he received his BA in History and MA in Education. The Faculty Association Council provides communication between the admin- istration and faculty. The council's efforts are to improve education at ECR, to solve problems, to promote the welfare of its members, and to unite in fellow- ship. Faculty Association Council: Murray Shapiro, Edward Dunn, Charles Doherty, treasurer, Robert Smith. president, Richard Goldsmith, Tom Crockett. Missing are Lucille Mitchell, secretary and Earl Walthall, vice president. ., .4- ' 1 ', , 0' f 4 '4O',f 4 at A ' 4 2 7. V. 14, ' 1 . 4 F ff ' 2 fe 6'fff.Eg,rs5ft1..., f Counselors: Richard Erkus, Work Experience: Grace Welsh, College Advisor: Goergellen Hof- hine. Career Advisor. Counselors: Edward McCarthy. loan Holden. Rose Rosen, chairman, Edward Dickinson. "Professional in direction" best describes the 134 faculty members at ECR. Students here are exposed to a wealth of educational training and experience with an estimated com- bined total of over 1,000 years experience. Out of these 134 fac- ulty members four Doctorate degrees, '75 Master of Art degrees, and 91 Bachelor of Art degrees are represented. - x .3 NN V x - X Rose Altmark CSUN. MA Counselor F a Cul ty, Rich Professionally ',i','N'! WW' FT? I X slip- ' ill'-, I, E' English teacher Margie Bulmer leads freshman class in discussion. 7- S V' 1 x K ' Lorraine Anderson U. of Pitt., EA English 1 if Herb Brafstein Kenneth Brown CSLN. MA Miss. Valley State Soc. Studies BA English U. ,Si xv , 5 ' ' ' a I .. 1 2 4 up ., lg 'if if A ff 'lf rx 1 , ' , A Y , Q., ' ff" Q ,xy l 4 x if . CJ X " Q ,N L s tx N I 5 , R31 'A . . x " i V ii' I Roy Anderson Martha Baron Lestrira Boardman Cal State L.A. UCLA, BS UCLA, MA Soc. Studies Accounting Spanish .fx Y ' ' 4 'i t ,f -, , Q.,' r vw, f l Margie Bulmer Sandra Busch Patrick Cashman CSUN, MA City Coll. N.Y. L.A. State, MA English MA. Spanish Math , F A, W V 1 ' XLR r' s f I A H rf K A A E lg ne, Calramborxe Gordon Cooper Ianice Conuno DL Paul U MA UCLA Ph D U. of Georg1a Englxsh Soc Studles BS, Healxh Lween classes .I , Lois Daily CSUN, BA English ECR Teachers Speak Their Minds Of all the expressions that teachers utter in a classroom, the sayings printed in this section best exemplify what a stu- dent hears each day when his teachers Science Department Members: Bottom Row: Maria Monokandilos, Lavaun Lang, Gary Phillips, chairman, S eak their minds Donnamae Huberman, James Meyer. 2d Row: John Hooper, Tom Crockett, Jerry Ester, Jan Zebala, P ' Edmund Wanner. Missing: Bill Dunlap. 'VN ,xsi X l I Edward Dickinson Joseph Drury Edward Dunn Jerry Ester Dolores Figchli USC, MA UCLA , MA U. of Mich. U. of Notre Hays Kansas Stare Counselor English MA, Soc. Studies Dame. MS Science MA, Drama ' g C' ' 17 . 1 R Molly Fredrick Virginia Grendahl Audrey Hake Judy Harrison CSUN. MA Utah Slate U. U. of Illinois U. of Colorado USC, M.Ed EMR BS, P.E. MA. Soc. Studies BS, English Career Advisor Georgellen Hofhine . vga.. L, 2 5, , ,W 4 , fa ,Q f f ggpr f l ' ,.,, ,, f X V fl I an A ff" V af-" 1, 2 , -. "7 v M f 4 .,, . ?f 74 I as s " 1 f My 41 1 12: f fi 14 J fmfgf, ,W 1 V given, , V an A f ' 'Wf.,,f,'Z!f35g,mL195 Eddie E1ezad's favorite saying: HBEAUTIFUL! " , MMM. , Teachers' Favorite Sayings Mr. Greb - "All seriousness aside . . ' Mr. Dunn - "Now, can you imagine? . . Mrs. Fischli - did anything! " vw ' 'Can't never Mr. DiPonzio - "What's hap- penin' rnan? I " fy. Nw., i Donnamae Huberman Junne Jensen Donna Kimura If i U. fKen1uck UCLA, BS . , UCLA, BA MAO Business y p E Drrver Educauon teachers Joseph Sterz and Tom Crock- Science ' ' ' 5 i' :cs 7 - 557 lv yfgf 5. ' rf" , 52 ' .. . xy. is ' Xi -1.13 I "-Tl lames Kitching Merrill Malkerson Stanford, MA CSUSF. MA English English fra A , 4:2- English Department Members: John uonzales. Sam Rimind. Inez Criss. L... Browne. ,,.Y. Language Department Members: Bottom Row: Robert Allen, Marie Harris, Carolyn Mason. Lestrita Boardman. 'ld Row: Richard Watts, Eddie Elezad, Sandra Busch, Richard Goldsmith. f , ge: W rx Q Z 3 f S liiilfrfiilnau English 'UN L 'x N Arlene Marder Marlene McMullen UCLA. BA U. of N. Dakota, BS English P. E . S Mr. Nardi'sfavori1e saying: "Hello Beautiful! " ,f i f , Y Y. Pj , PW l L r E . . l Y F !kk ' 1-15.-N. , , , . 4 ' if gf 7' tw I , ,V 1 1 , l Nenad Mihaljcvich Lucille Mitchell Kathy Morgan Henry Nani William Na,-di L'. of Wisconsin, EA UCLA, MA CSUN, MA UCLA. MA John Carroll U. Soc. Sci Bus. Ed., English English Soc. Sci. MA, Mglh i 1 .rd Y, , A A.,, " 'df ft 4: , 'W ' ' fi V. - I V , .- VV I W K Xl 5 . M ,Q .-Q Q 4- X 53? R ' A p U , , A. tv ng ' , 2 -wt , , , N A. ' , XX :ur , JJ 5.1: , . M , 2 . . F M2153 N01'bUIY Raymond Peel Robert Pestana UCLA. MA UCSB. BA UCSB. BA Ari Graphic Arts Drafting ., 7' J 7 4 v X . 1? Q L ,ff 'Ha- KLf 'hm J, . "" 1 , ffl I 2' ' I x Rfyqlv ik. A fffzr f i. B- lack Read UCLA, MA Ceramics ge Bob Rios David Roberts UCLA, MA CSUN. BA Couselor Financial Manager . ' Q -X 5, 3347 ' ' 1 ' 0 V t-ps V . .,5,:5.f' L. I xx ,I is xl" ., X Dianne Quarles CSULA, MS English , Home Ec . Fw? Vi Ei: ' fe .-iw, . tlk if . 1' 'T'-f f , -. , l Karl Raschkes CSULA. MA Music AL-. Social Science Department Members: Bottom Row: Robert Smith, Richard Johnson, Ken Chraft. 2d Row: Joseph Stetz, Ben Rosenberg, Robert Ellis. K, Boys P.E. Department Members: Bottom Row: Nelson Burton, Ralph Stam, Milton Goffman, Dave Adair. 2d Row: Skip Giancanelli, George Martin. 5 Wi 71N Kirsten Romness U. of Minnesota, MA. Home Ec. . 3 ,V 4: '-r 51 iff C- Q ' 2 gre 1 , 1 V ,-, ,"k Raymond Ross Hofstra U. . BS Science '90 l., A V ' Q5 Industrial Education Teacher r- Math Deparlmeni Members: Bouom Row: Pal Cashman. Charles Crossman bert Fcldhake, loesph Stelz, Nelson Burton, Vernon Manley, George Jorjorian, Harvey Green. Business teacher Eve Boyce. Alfred Haverly. iNol Pictured: Robert Marchese .J JAL z x., -- A Hlnlrh Dcparrmenr Members: Leon Funwick and Richard Erkus. ,, 4, ,, .fir W V f 54 -' 5.6, , , ' , GI" 4 5 -lv I 'fl ug ' xv X . WIN M' Q ,V F X MM E 1 Qhqq .34 I I I, ,556 f, , H . jf B Sli?-A Y . Q".-,adi5lQ'lfff 5' Arnold Schwartz CSULA. BA Electronics T 'A ,, , K". 15 'V - 1 f . ?' l ff Edward Siegel CSULA. BA English Murray Shapiro UCLA, M. Ed. Social Studies X li V A E X. . .565 1' . A s Joseph Sxexz Hobarl, MA Driver Educ. . Doris Dell, Sonja Todd. 2d Row: Gerald Reedy, Her an I Grace Shirado CSULA. BA Home Economics lane Szcwarr Cornell, BS Home Economics 1 -Jaw Teachers' Favorite Sayings Mr. Marchese - "O.K. Kiddies!" Mr. Schwartz - "Take a Walk!" Mr. Wilhite - "Does that make sense?" Mr. Johnson - "Have a lovely!" Mr. Cortez - "You're cool, but you're a crack-up! " Mr. Goffman - "You animals ll!" Mr. Peel explaining the Chief press. Arr Department Members: Deniece Wimmer, Duane Car- ter, Nalsu Tomimatsu. r f" 1 A . . f f 7 . 435 Q , A ,K I Y ' , , K 2, ' 1- N pi., I K' W 0, U M , ' -U" QPR . s ' . 1 with E ,J 'QP-3 a get y - A-Qnrf -if 5 QQ Ti ' J 'MU R Sonja Todd Clarice Ureaa Philip Walker Performing Arts Department Members: George Greb and UCLA. BA Marquette, MA UCLA. MS Dolores Fischli. Math English Counselor lg, .:. I :ggi ,,., K J in Q . w-51' W . ig. V? VW fl ' ' , ., :g g , -alll, 1 , 2 ,113 - V ' - X, Pf I , 1 , N I r 5 I ,. R hs - l'Nx ,Qs ' Q K? f X 't QFQTYX T-vs. ' ,Z -m lb. J 32 N ' ' ' X 1 ,1iEEEjg,'rX if-ffggigg , x. we " -vllhleii.-'L:f.t5 f tonic! 3i1,fz1,cf:'s.fff,:rf, . X Earl Walthall Nancy Willett Feryne Wolf Doreen Young Girls' P. E. Department Members CSULA , BVE UCLA. BA CSUN, BA Banking Norma Fenwick and Maria Harris. Auto Shop Business English The Indispensables. . . ' V tg' H" . -il.-' X - e ' - . ' t Q ' 2 - l HSN' ' ,ff A , 4 Q , rf - xiii, C z 'rv tb' - ' f ---- i if S ll 'JY ,f g 12+ .4 4,71 ' l ,- t if j.- y t if 41-,gg ,-"g f 4, ma ll + ' ' t X ik' L - .k 1 N Ai,-4' ,f 35gv":A ,N " ly, , Q! a gl x ' ,, 10,47 .Q f --.fr Lk' Counseling Office: Virginia Reiley, Iris Shifren, Mary Jordan. It takes almost 50 people to handle the paper work and other supporting activities at a school the size of ECR. Without these people ECR either would be in a constant state of turmoil, or would be ineffectual. These people are the clerks, secretar- ies, custodians, cafeteria staff, IMC directors, library staff, security guard and volunteers. One example of work done by these people was the library's processing 20.000 books for use in ECR's Media Center. Q - . X743 bi ki! , X I i Q, -, , 'V I --.ll L HL, N ' ,' ' 'i V I, lyk .46 , instructional Media Center: Gene Collins. Studio: lnhn Hcincman. Media: Charles Seims. Media. Janet Saisho, Credit Clerk: Cressi Witt, Admissions Clerk: Lois Paintin Clerk-Steno.: Anne Olafson, Clerk-Typist: Arlene Wefel, School Secretary. Q ,,a-W L. Traffic in the counseling office is constant. ,ifgtw N.-EQYX -iw iv' X. . "-fr, .M x .K r w 4, 3- ,. . Ak ai! 4 Jfiv ' i v A' 1 P C Library Staff: Deane Shahinian, Librarian: Irma Goodman. Marianne Jones, Evelyn Barnes. Q., . Nancy Branigan and Alva Cashion. School Nurse wp,-R Parent Volunteer Workers: Bottom Row: B. Roman, J. Malang, J. Boyer, S. Levy, CCo-Chairmanjq E. Goodman, fCo-Chairmanjz P. Knowlton, B. Gladstone, C. Foster. 2d Row: W. O'Rear, S. Dowaliby, N. Bragg, D. Eddy. J. Broughton, P. Harding, G. Ryan, D. Matson, M. Gikas, I. Gerboth, B. Royden, C. Simon. ,EL r o -' 'V 0 Q, 'Q I ' f., gi 1 . r 2 A b , W 5 , , 4 N A ,' . -e -vt , do " at oa o ' f .4 A-. ,',, 'H Wig I' Cafeteria Staff: Botton Row: I. Millar, L. Beckwith, S. Glass, CManagerJq M Sylvester, L. Larson. 2d Row: S. Cohen, A. Fiore, M. Hart, I. Kosztics, A Barrett. B. Cardello, M. lones. 9...---gn-vw ft Z""X Financial Staff: Billie Higgs, Dave Roberts. tManagerD: Shirley Guggenmos MaryLou Sylvester opens shortening . as 4 550.1 I M., Bernie Bachmeier, Custodian. Mr. Rubin. Custodian. Mr. Elliott. Security. Activities fm X 1 'Q ' 1 'A s 1 l, if NM ,JMX wif A ,fl ,f , X ., A, X JJ I7 fwl , N . 79 if fiff l ,Y K Q ,,..'L ' 'Li' ' ', 'gg'f, 1 Wi' 'U 4 1'T"7's i , f r ' A I 1' Q . if ll, ' , 1 l I MQ li, j 1, ,ruff i i ii J ii I' 1' "U AX ' :gif Wx QW ! fx: N - i -' ' i ! WL V 9 i N 'V U' fx "9 f i 1 W "" -. I 'iwei 'E : fi -i Ilif f -1 I W x NX' Qi LfiM'.I'il.f xwskx 5 I i " 'W Wm 'Lf .2 1' fin!" 15? 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K 8 1 113, Uuxffisff 1025: 55 mf Nmkfaz fi. if iz 'Q r , . gr fl 44 X I ight ft xiii 554, Q lin: y H 'A' 'L r - Y v I W 1. W U ff 3 T T-, C ,fn -A ,f5 uf, J, KJ- rv -A, A- fm ff ff AQ? ff If J 7'7.47R'Vf'1N ffv? XJ ff '.fMfnfff, H , u+f f 1,-L., 33451K x,j,fw.gL,J1 41.1. .V yiy J,Jx1,,,..f,.A,f,-f, . - g N H mmJfjV, -- V -- -,- -v -Y if 5-, f s f 1 T F7 :Fw iv fx vgv 54 ,' V W iQ, TQG 2 ,f:J u,'w,2fkKi H ,-1f5s4,gf,, ff' gif, , g Yfini W' "gf -J 1- 3.Q:fLZ.S 'XL-fr 1 A 'AFV' Qi fef Q ' 1 img N 'iii 'Q deli L miie Q rlfghpm, 2" 1 ' Vis im L' ia if 'n:qQ1m,,j1p3 2l'Qf'fi.iU If 1 if h nevii 225.2 6 5.6.52 Q 51 3 rzl -.Q ,1 :A I 2 'yi 54, gjj-1-1 v x 1 On October 28 El Camino held its Back to School Night. Par- A ents were able to hear how the teacher plans his curriculum. The parents were also able to view the various kinds of educa- tional programs being conducted at ECR, a play put on by Play Production, a basketball demonstration, a Knowledge Bowl, and classroom demonstrations of various kinds. 5? ri fi Teachers, parents, and students gathering during Back to School Night. EL CAMINO REAL HIGH PRESENTS FALL VOCAL FESTIVAL LJX M Xl This year's Fall Vocal Festival, held in the MPR, drew full-house crowds for all its performances. Choir, Happy Hoofers, Las Cantantes, and Camerata sang and danced to songs varying from Rogers and Hammerstein to Chicago. "This was one of the finest shows we have ever performed," says Mr. George Greb, director of the group. Audience reaction concurred with Mr. Greb's evalution. Athena Ashmore makes grand entrance. Camerata in the midst of one of their dance routines in the Fall Festival. urtain Goes Up on Wilder THECAYI .tuomuor Awunursy M, -"""', N.,- Anmm Rm, mm. .., . ..... - ..... 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W lefvgq :um ummm- ,mm Hlrru Wllnfr an-an om.--J rm xmnmm- ...lr uma umm rm- 'km mm M wa, f.....,..,... . .. FM Emo 'kfbp' wwf ,..,,r.... ww B. -mmbnaecx n-apnsrwy Al1 the neighbors warm themselves by the fire. rw mt nw sr., um ammo u. 1...-my sw n.s-.nw nm. w..,.-.- hm, K.-um.. in mmm. mm nm..- -mm. mm' :sm om... na-I. fa. rm nm-..,. ia..- :mym- l.a.n.m... rm n.....n.-. 1.-m w.-at xx-,num Thornton Wilder's "Skin of Our Teeth" was the major production of the first semester this year. Play Pro- duction class stages both of ECR's major productions of the year. Robyn Dettman, Laurie Meek, Jack Kopulsky, Sharon Roberts, Athena Ashmore, Scott Hoffman, Steve Stein berg. Joane Richards, Holly Cole, Bryan Dechter, and Tom Crossman were in the lead role. The actors had four performances and audiences' reaction to each performance was enthusiastic . The gay producer tells the cast how things should be. Sabina fli 's ns with Mr Antrobus. Mr. Antrobus shows his latest invention, the wheel. f 1 fa -' f 1 fx ,1 1' fl , 1 .Q ,l f j f 1 1 V 1 4 , 1 1 1 ' Ff 1 A f, 4, Y 1!1 f,1r'r1' Cjlf 1, 1:c..v gl QJQ1i2fi1i,f, 1251 me Waxed 'lille T512 'F Efbiiizjl leyilffj -?1Q1L.f-1555? 3' S911 :iii 513 , ,fr 1151 '1'111nV1:r11'1: he '-7 WH: '.1fEJ3'3Q.iQ'?Q,i1 V1 1 11 111 111 1:,111:1. 1f r1 1- 1141517 , - 1 1111 15141111- 1111 r 1:1:1f1:: L1 mu: 1 1 ,11L11 , r ' 11 11 I 1111: . 11111 'r11w1H1 11 11 1, 1.1 '.r 1' 1'-1, f f - .1 -F. 15 1 1' 0 G .1 . 1 1r1f1 rc111.111.. 1 1 1 A 1 , ,f "Y . L ,- , r,k .11 . 1.3 A '1 x fd- 1,571 My. f If 1 F ,-' f' , WTF 2 X G J X, N ,J f ff I X k,xJ , gfvigi fr 1 ' r hiv- '-Q' ' P' ' ff-ww iw! rl Q . f . , . ' .41 "f'IQ 2 . E' '3 ff? I lg, Y if f J' 3. f ,fd ,Q 1: 1 R -f L 'Ulf VT ' 7 wgyib 1 1977 Powder Puff King Richard Stapler juniors Win 6- Junior Terry Sabota catches the ball from the Senior team. The crowd is cheering. But wait, she's running for the wrong goal . . . Various incidents such as the "wrong-way" run by Sabota kept the annual Senior-Junior Powder Puff foot- ball game held on November 11, on an exciting plane The Juniors eventually won the game 6-2. .L luniors pushing their way toward goal line Senior. Lori Mols sweeps the end. Sue lx ingaxe takes the kick off "Dan Qing in the M oonlightl' K ' "Dancing in the Moonlight" was the dance held on December 11 in the MPR Girls' League, sponsers of the annual dark blue, light blue and silver. Cathy Booth and escort at Vice-Versa. Students dance to the sounds of "Shades of Brass." ' 1 A change of pace in a sentimental mood . theme for this year's Winter Vice-Versa affair, chose as the Vice-Versa colors, Tickets this year, as last year, were in such great demand that names were drawn to see which girls would get tickets. "Shades of Brass" provided the music for the affair. 'Ati Q . 1 11 .A ' 1 ,' :E . 1 F . j ,fl , wzqg A, -' ' . in Elegantly dressed couples were the rule, not the Aexception. s Reviewing Activity Periods ECR's Activity Period in its second year, corroborates the objective of New Horizons. With such activities as speakers, like ex-Ram football player Les Iosphenson and Roger Owens the peanut thrower, in most of the major football stadiums. Also there are speakers on career outlooks. Other activities include pie-eating contest, pep rallies, gymnastic and dance performances. These activity periods also give students time to meet in conference with teachers and discuss problems. These activities brought to the students an enriched educa- tional experience. 0-Q -...A ,,, I Cameramen take pictures of an empty campus during boycott. f. Ex-Ram football player Les Iosphenson gives exciting lecture. .. . ..... ,rn Lu,---K L Peanut zhrower. Roger Owens Coach DiPonzio jitlerbugs at the Jersey Bounce event. 'LE' ' Q f Whether an auction to sell wares by the Radio Club or a Dance Collage by the Modern Dance class or a semi-formal dance or a pep rally, ECR goes all out. The varied events over the school year - more than can be included in a few pages of a yearbook - are all part of the scheme to realize wholesome activity toward "New Horizons." ,ff Eff., by fini.: Modern dancers answer to curtain call. ' Poetry in dancing . .- ' , 'wat' "Going, gnceg going, twice, going . . "Gone," says Mr. Schwartz at the Radio Club's annual auc- tion. Seniors W ' iggigzcsa Q W f XNWZ7 A X ff-f,.,,.J f I ,J bmi., QM Z We x ff.'4'1 ffi ., 'l,m!:z,:gEm. ,Hi M5 rf? ,1 E QA' fi ,' Km t1'l'fT'f1xX,,J Lf-1x M ,f H4 A Y :xx in fx., , Qu. , x T Mu fl ' EFFHJ' I 5 f ' Y--fw-if-N.. -df' , 'mi W' W- QI -'fwvfd- 'I NM: L -. -- 'X ,. , -P ' 4-as " .FN .,,. - img, v ,af 1' ff! If , iyff! WJQ .,X NX L 31 R c fa-il 'ii N xg- z ,Jimi :- "ry-,..N,hyA o c Maturity in Commencement Los Inspirados Keirh Gregory, Fall Senior President and sponsor, Mr. Jerry Ester. Class Colors: light blue and white Class Song: The Long and Winding Road Class Motto: Do not follow where the path leads, but rather go where there is no path and leave a trail. x 1 T. X, r , .a XXXXXEXTR .xxxxs ' 1 '23 . '1's'l2 x YXXNR ek- X x X The Fall Senior Cabinet. Gregory Adams Mariann Adams John Adlhoch Reed Ahonen Tim Aikman Mike Akridge Todd Alexander Bob Allen Jamie Allen Kathleen Allen Nancy Allen Susan Allen if -'W' s G ey - if .. all " 1 -.r A -A xx ... XA' -- lf Q v 9 5 'lf' 5 -nibrlv. 'Z The Spring Senior Cabinet. , 4 .. mf-..a Cindy Ember, Spring Senior President Scott Allison Anne Alne Shari Alrmark Dave Ambrose Annette Amstulz Karla Amundson Bob Anacker Bruce Anacker Kathy Anderson Darlene Andrews Susan Andrews Daniel Ankersttom The Long and Winding Road The long and winding road that leads to your door Will never disappear, I've seen that road before . lt always leads me here . Lead me to your door. The wild and windy night that the rain washed away Has left a pool of tears crying for the day, Why leave me standing here , Let me know the way. Many times I've been alone and many times I've cried Anyway you'll never know the many ways I've tried But still they lead me back to the long winding road, You left me standing here, a long long time ago, Don't leave me waiting here, Lead me to your door. But still they lead me back to the long winding road, You left me standing here, A long time ago, Don't keep me waiting here , Lead me to your door. in ..- ag Jeff Anrelman Laura Amdr Sharon Arnold Aulrklfu Arola Miriam Aroui Kayvon Asgar Stacey Asher Nancy Ashley ALhena Ashmore Theresa Asman Michael Auerbach Greg Auslin iohn Austin Tim Baber Marshall Babler Claudia Baca Leslie Bach lackie Bachrack Leslie Baerwirz Sherry Bailey Bob Baker Trudi Baker Cheryl Balcom Mark Balderas f -+,"..-ve' ' l hwy s Barbie Kelly and Debbie Fontaine put on a happy face. f 'X' E ,Qi 6 R,- ff' S . Couples enjoying a pleasurable evening at the Casraways. Mindy Balfour Dedie Ballard Chris Barney Ron Barre mos Chris Bai-reu Lori Basso Brooke Bauersfeld Fred Baum John Bazzard Kennerh Beck Bruce Becker Cheryl Bees Craig Beeson Corry Bell Glen Bell Tim Benken David Benson Mark Benion Susan Berger Tom Bersin Wayne Berlhold Craig Berridge Elizabeth Bernstein John Bemard x Q- 3? ,ff -3 4.1 X NAL. 4 Valerie Berke Karen Berk Suzanne Bertram Maurice Bearrang Eden Belhune Heinrich Bickhann Richard Bicknell Debbie Bingham Mark Birmingham Dave Blankenship Susan Blanlcfeld Gene Bleeker fi 4 vw X S Pam Blonde Steve Bock '--i Judy Bohlrg Some of ECR s male athletes raking a break Kimberly Bollr Ken Bond ...f '1- 'ha Teresa Bondurant Julie Boelli Michelle Booke Joann Boranlan T Mike Borer :L ff Norman Bonn David Boss lerry Besson Virginia Bower Chris Bowman Karen Brachman Karen Branagan Stephen Braun lanice Bregman Robert Brennan Chris Bressler Kim Brinson Scott Brouhard Julie Brown Rebecca Brown Linda Bruhn Phil Bruno Tracy Buckalew Cheryl Buchalter Kathy Buckley Pam Buergin Randy Bunner Teresa Burdick Paula Burdsall David Burg Beth Burgess 'Q' Melodee Burk Ioan Burns ff' ,- AU' v-4 ,.,--19 Laurre Burrell Tina Burman Lloyd Buuerfleld lean Buzzelll Christopher Byron Paur Cable Carolyn Calfo Corinne Calkins Knsra Callrson Iim Campbell Z' Peter Camperos I M677 -ffl' .-Q Q! Shari Canros Randy Caplan Debbre Caraber Barbara Caraway Mxchael Carbone Michael Carbone Leslie Carlin Laura Carpenter Nick Carris Cheryl Caner Quenl Carter Dean Caruso Hara Case Paul Chaffee Brad Chambers Kelly Chandler Jeff Charron lla ig RJ l Q Tom Grossman Mark Currie Laurie Cynamon +9 -.4 'I-f ps f Eileen Pislolnik demonslraies her drill ream lames Daggs Sandy D'Anna Chris D'Anronio skills. Bill Davenpon Ricki Davids gl' Teresa Davis Ron D'Cruz Doreen De Mania A -45, l Mary Demyon Debra Denis Patrick De Reyck Lisa Derringer Robyn Denman Lisa Dlamond Steve Diamond Lon Dickstein ln Sue Barney receiving a trophy from yell king for best floai. laner Dierkoph Dona Dillon Lori Dimino NN Qi Wk Mike Dirkes Par Doherty Gerald Dolen ' ' , .y K Vic Dominguez Par Dominique Tony Done ui Camerara rehearsing for rhe big nighr. aner Douglas Annemarie Donkin I Sue Doyle Laura Dragan Barbara Drake Brian Duffam Karhleen Dumoulin Cheri Dunn Teri Dunn Judy Dye Shawn Earle l Derek Eaton Steve Edgar Mark Edris Tanya Edwards Terry Edwards rw. , .3 I,-, , i A couple engaging in a dance at the Vice-Versa fn? , M fu' Forming a train at an ECR dance. Marius Ehrhardt Mike Eiiers Cindy Ellerman Casey Eliiou Paula Elliott Cynthia Ember Joyce Emerson Lloyd Emery Collette Engebretsen Bob Ehlers Janel Epslein Scott Epstein Linda Erdman Lori Ervin Anita Espinoza Keith Ewing Dane Evans Jacki Evanshen Leslie Eve Deborah Faber John Fair Debbie Falk Pam Falk Kari Fardy Theresa Fargo Mary Farr I iv, . f"'73i" Q M , A 2 April Flcscr mingling with thu crowd. vgs .f-1? . .IW X I J, I 55 fj, ' if 9' Mil. A ff i VP! hi i 1: 1. .-, 5 N. P '-., v X x A, Inp- af ' " ,Pk H i ,gpg .VEII '- ,- . f I gs' ,, af, K I . if 11 AJ wr", Andrew Goodman Lenn Goodside Harry Gould Jan Gould Julie Gould Suzanne Gould Rick Gowe Karhy Graaf John Grady Debbie Granger Margie Grab Brenr Graves Karhy Gray Michael Gray Chris Grazrano 0 Q f vwrvv K, ,ai Football players gathering spiril Scott Greenapple Laura Greenberg 6 1 Mark Greenberg Kelly Greene Robert Greene Dorothy Greenspan Keith Gregory Karen Griego Karie Grondin E Pia Gronnegaard Cynthia Groshar Glen Grossman Patti Grover Ulla Grunewald Kevin Gulbrandsen Raini Gurstein 1. J I M' A' L y, Q, before a game at a Pep Rally. 455' Kevin Guthrie Cynthia Gutierre Larry Hacke Michelle Haedex Laurie Hagerman Steve Haight Clifford Hake Masanori Hakoma 'Ll Daryl I-lallas Alana I-laltzman Laurie Hammond Audrey Hampz r Pete Hanchett Mark Handgis Kathy Hanna Patricia Hanmfin Chris Hansen 'T .-Q, JY'- I X Lf, f 9' .fif ff-'auf-N dv-Q 4:60 Li '7 ,gs A, 1 if ,, L. .if , A4.,, ,J M 0, 4' w,'ff1I Q' , J 14,"T,gm Thwg . :az , ,Q - S-+-F' 34-?. Q 4 ' 1 ,, 21 nf, ,., ,, 2- ,A 4f'f4 V ' 'f H ,, ,L A I . ' .fi ' 'y'f, , , V X f I 1 q 6' I f .5 5 if.. 1 LV . ."'l it X. -5 .sd 72 fe- Y , X Z Students conferring their ideas at lunch. fb ,f" I '11-.1 Trai.. ..n mlm rs rm tlxill Gains. going our siatrgy for thu Donkey Bas Niels Jensen Andy Jeweu Corey Johnson David Johnson I ef f Johnson Margaret Johnston Craig Jones Helen Iones Seward lone: Jeff Jordan Jo Jorgenson Lisa Kalsman Ieff Kaplan Louis Kaplan Mark Kappico Kyle Karnosh Kelvin Kasai Brian Kasch Janet Keating Bridget Keenan Barbara Kelley Dawn Kempf ,ga- ,147 -ws -Na' v'7 v-gp N.- Q ,Q 'TEL Gavin Kennedy Mike Kennedy Chris Kerber 1 X Donnie Kerness Kevin Kesterson Mitchell King Randy King Tammy King Scott King Q Robert Klacka Craig Klein Tammy Kluck Deedee Knapp Becky Knight Bret Knizek Brian Koch Tom Kochem lack Koulsky Saul Korduner Stephanie Kane Gary Kraus Lenard Krug . 3 . Carrie Calfo enjoying a conversation during a break. 'W r'ii eibii ., .Q.. 1 t 'ei I L,. --W-1-f---1 , , K" 1 9 1 .f , 'ft .,.,, I ' ' , ' u il 5 '- s L. ,. .. ' K- su Sai, Students returning from nutrition prepared to go back to work. 1, Ju: K'-Q 2 ' a E AE 'K ,F 15: S, MX ,-13 'sb ? Aa ". QM :fy H .f51"t'- , 'Q' 4' - ,ew .J Wx. 1 4 'iff 1 5, '59 -I ..--wr ,,, ,, ,r""""N 'x f? ' ai if A L 11'f,1,'?' --,"iw-5652 ar. . , aqxq ku N -, 4 Q 55 '-,214 J f I :la ig! Julie McFarland Beih McGinn I-0 'CSV Donna McGowan Robert McKee Michael McKenna Blythe McKinney Paul McKirahan 9,111 af ,Z-7 Mike McMull1n Jenni McMurray Dan McNamara Claire McPherson Pawan Madan Dick Mahoney Brian Main Jodi Malilsky Peggy Malone Debbie Manahan Cheryl Mandel Jill Mancleson ' lim Manley Mary Manley 00' 'f'3' i Bruce Mann Michele Mann Cunis Manning l ,.-qv Senior team Bl the Donkey Basketball. 1? Scott Mansfield Paul Marchant The annual Candle light Dinner at the Castaways. Leslie Marcus Brian Mares Kris Margerum W John Mari Y Carol Marko Wendy Marone Kelly Marriott Stewart Marsh ' Andy Martin Anthony Matsukas Dena Meachan Lisa Mednick leidi Meecheis aurie Meek 'odd Melillo Jenni Meloeny Jana Melveny Robin Merrill Audrey Metzler lim Miller Cynthia Miller Dan Miller '-hula. .,.. nn:- .fp Hn, - . Y ..4,r. Y . v- -- QA L? wi' - f 'R w , ,L fj, , A 1 . 1 3 AF 5, .. , g A f A 4 Wg. 'LY Qi I J 5 I vi' , 5' , iv? 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I if 'P . i -E6 'K A' SA-Mi 4 A ' xml 19 F777 Debbie Reis KenneLh Resnick 4' 'K Lisa Reeve -:vga -5 1 ' 'f 'If 'f,ff"' - .L -. --I-'wwl 1-rw' -1 1- . -l:Q1Mi'1 ' "' -X 2, ff., KenneLh Newlin 4 'I'-'f?'7fj.if7" David Reynolds ., - .f fm Jeanne Richards '- .. -I The seniors charge in the Powder Puff game. Paul Richardson Tracy Richardson Miles Richman Lisa Rickard Kenneth Rieders Monli Rieman Kevin Ripley Anita Rippel Paul Riuer Sraffan Riugard Cathy Rizzo Amy Roberts Sharon Roberts fx 4 I ,V Toni Roelee , X lulie Robinson f j Mike Rosalo Seniors learning in class. :J wg. 7 ,... -.1 i. -Q, -0' I Y "5 wi '17 Roxanne Rose Randi Rosenberg Craig Rosevear Debi Ross Vicki Ross Gary Rostad Cheryl Rothman Hillary Rothman David Rusin Nancy Runyan Deborah Russick Janice Rupnik Rick Ryan Adrienne Ryder Patricia Saelens Jill Salberg Randy Salke Catherina Salmas Don Salmen Chuck Samborsky Laurie Sampson Doug Samuelson Laurie Meek portrays Sabina in the Skin of Out Teeth The bulletin board informs students of many good buys. .B 15' -4 lfx 'Lf' Fx .133 Cathy Sanchez Laura Sanders Laurie Sanders Sheryl Sandersoh Teri Sanderson Nui Saravatpuntudis Susan Sarfaty Jerry Satinsky Neil Schauberl Linda Schilling Joe Schlegel Celia Schmidt Jim Schmitz Cathy Schneider Michele Schofield Roy Schroeder Iulie Schuffman Tracy Schuler Jamie Sears James Scott Vicki Scopack Marie Schwarz Gail Schwartz Tracey Schuster Sandie Schupp Iudy Seif Brian Seigel Stephanie Sellers Rick Serino Scott Seskind Julie Shabman Carrie Shaffer John Shanks Susan Shapiro Robert Sheparo Chris Sheridan Harry Sherman Stuart Sherman Tim Sherrell Kevin Shields Ken Shifleu Kathy Shipper Linda Sholkoff Tracie Sickler Lyn Sieja Cindy Silberman Shelly Silveri Gary Silverstein Carolyn Simmons Jeff Simon Monica Simon Renee Sirkin An entertaining day at one of ECR's foreign language classes. c-0' il I l Scott Srrron Lon Skrnner -Q ,..d' 1 Lynne Slaughter Paul Slaylon Dana Smith Felrcra Smrth Ieremy Smlth 6 B eff' Vrctorra Smrth Lloyd Snyder sk Nell Sokoler June Soltan Lynn Somervrlle Don Sorrell an "'h ,O ff Linda Sparer Steve Spector -.f David Spellman Kerrie Spezman Cheryl Sprtzer Gary Stack Lori Stadhein N49- Reta Slams Jenny Sranfield Catherine Stanley Stanton Patricia Stanton 'Ui Rrchard Stapler Suzanne Srapley Ex ,r I-3 Pele Steele Raquel Steinberg Steve Steinberg vf' -0' xi 'Q Penny Steiner Robert Steiner Jeff Stephens Katie Stehenson Joanne Stern Rob Stevens Chris Stevens Dan Stevens Scott Stines Kim Stoiberg Kenneth Stoner Sheri Stratford Melinda Strauss Lori Streim Sheryl Streiter Lynn Strong Lori Sultzer Lisa Sunok Kelley Swain Eric Swanson Craig Sweet Susan Sykes Debbie Szymborski Cindy Tabain Dianne Taylor Jeff Taylor Randy Taylor Larry Terrazas Rick Terrell Lori Tha yer fo? ,114 of in S 'Wi 'if' S29 1 13:2 ,fs Al -49' 'X Eric Thiedaui Erik Thiele - we .5 'US Nicholas Thomas Floyd Thompson Nancy Thompson Erin Thornbury Ron Tieffer , 5 .-Y-1 Joseph Tielz Debbie Timmel Darrell Tipples 'S-no' .-.x Q Mark Tipton Sieve Tish Iliff Pam Tuchener Robert Toman Dan Torgerson '-5 "7 Cathi Traylor Julie Treinen Donna Troncone Donna Turley -J '--A-v Craig Turner Mike Tuso Anne Tulelman Eileen Ureda I J Richard Urie involveme nl V3l'1ES one siae or the room to the other Linda Van Buskirk Bill Vand Annemarie Van Vlier Jane Van Zyl Mike Varanese Charis Voswig Roxanne Venlurella Cathy Veres Carleen Voeller Stacy Vosberg Francine Wagner Carol Wald Jeff Walker John Walker Leslie Walker Mau Walker Leslie Wall Brian Walsh Carolyn Walsh Mike Walsh Hal Ward Karee ward Mike Ware Bob Warrick Terri Wasserman Cory Watson lill Wtson Lynda Warterson Jeff Weekley David Weiner ludee Weinstein Debra Weissberg Alan Weiss Lauren Weiss Leslie Weiss Sharon Weiss Brian Welch lim Wellman Steve Werndorf Cindy West David West Mary Westmorelance Megan Whalen Steve Whitcraft William White Tom Whitefield Alisa Wiener Janet Wilkinson Roxanne Willen Tamra Willett Glenn Williams Sue Williams Kimberly Wilson Larry Wilson Sieve Wilson Al Wise Cathy Wise Chuck Wissman Merle Wiviou Michael Whiteford Patrick Wolfe Sharon Wolfe Liz Wolinski Dana Wollman Debra Wollinger Susan Woodfield Joann Woodworth Jean Paul Woo Andrea Worhre Jeff Worrhen Craig Wright Sharon Wrighr Debi Wynstock Lori Yablon Terea Yandell Melinda Yazes Dave Yobs Leanna Yoklavich Dennis Zack David Zahn Glenn Zeleznick Dan Zeltner Cynrhia Zenzen Karene Zillman 10 1315 2 ' ,...4 iii.: James Zimbardo Karen Zimmerman Harry Zinn Robert Ziola Jamie Zlolky Francine Zoida John Zoida Kristi Zucker Michelle Zuckerman 70 .3 Z gl DAY N 5'94 ewivr 2 1 ffl .5 , 7.1 fr. 1 - V A V, ,. :.......... X ' Q I e . 3,3 ECR's attractive banners have been very informative of senior events Out ofSequence -'Ji' Srephen Carter Iodi Chavin Elisa Cohen .po Debble Fraker Chris Francisco Ioe Hitzman Rick Stapler, Powder Puff King. exits to his fans ' M 1 fy IPA if 5, , ECR studems show enthusiasm in every aspect. Mike McKenna being instructed in the proper way to leave the library. In Memoriam Miguel Alanis SpHngCH1 anges Several changes in faculty and student body affairs have occurred at the beginning of the second semester. ECR welcomed its new vice-principal, Ms. Ceola Wiley, who replaced Dr. Wanda Elliott. As reported ear- lier, Dr. Elliot anticipated a study leave. Harry Gould assumed presidency of a new student cabi- net. The King's Courier, as well as El Corazon, made some changes in staff responsibilities. The new cheerleaders made their debut, and the Con- cert Band organized. One volunteer program at ECR, the Teacher's Aide Pro- gram CTAPD, had been overlooked in a previous section, inadvertently of course, and acknowledgment of TAP is included here. J fl ll, Ms. Ceola Wiley, ECR's new Vice-Principal. llarch Spring Student Council. y . Lauren Minish, El Corozon photogra- pher. Bridget Keenan, closing, Daniel Galaif. photog- rapher, Leslie Wolfus, ads, Kathy Tomlinson. sports. Mary Bressler, index. ii ,Y.,,, , 5 . fa- as -E J - M ht, ,,,. V 4: V F lfsl 1 up ., X J- 'I .t ix 5 A,5iJ'fvE3 4... Pi. ,JJ I J, , V I , W AV It 'AVP .. ,- it fl J J ' f - 5 . X ' 1..,, 'gilt '--4- ' s I . i g X , . ,Ear S X I 4 V Q 0 3 . -Q' , Q. ':.g'f'. ' 'H . , 1' , ' 1 f. Ji Bottom Row: Thelma Nickols, Kathy Miller, Marcia Krammer, Tami Mau- riello. Jodye Epstein, Mona Ramirez, Debbie Costa, Betsi williams. Top Row: Susan Lee. Peggy Brewer, Rebecca Tate, Donna Olafson, Jackie Yates, -r-....... Q-.. --,1 v .- ,.., v,1,., . 1 Concert Band in rehearsal. 1- I , --- S Steve Wetterhahn, Assoc. Editor, Nick Garris, teen. Managing Editor. Fran Van Buskirk and Rhoda Denison TAP volun- First Row: N. Balloy, A. Coutin, J. Chen, C. Jen kins, K. Murphy, C. Walker, L. Frisch, K LaBarge. 2nd Row: C. King, A. Schnik, B Wheeler, B. Silberberg, P. White, D. Hoche, C Neugroschl, M. Milder, J. Lewis, C. Sheeler, D Grindas, J. Nauman, G. Romano, L. Fischler, L Benson, R. Caplan, M. Green. 3rd Row: K. Homb D. Cornman, J. Pelka, M. Wimer, R. Boyer, L White, K. Ehrlich, C. Livingston, L. Silverstone N. Chester, L. Lombard, D. Nisenbaum, G. Arter R. Greene, D. Rodgers, B. Cooper. 4th Row: M Blazi, M. Linick, D. Lefirz, T. Melendez, D Hawkins, R. Lyman, T. Wade, B. Bjork, J. Bam bridge, S. Gillon, D. Pelka, P. Ambrose, R. Lamb D. Sakaida, P. Elliot, B. White, D. Rose, M. Has son, Karl Raschkes, D. Adams. 5th Row: A. Good man, D. Clark, C. Badger, C. Stevens, M. Mar quez, D. Storer, A. Zalkind, A. Lamb, I. Ander son, S. Silveri. D. Shipper, K. Dudley, M. Shanks S. Corkery, E. Sterns, A. Erhar. a N Sports ,115-Ui 75' f--L -L 2.1 i -fri.. L ref 1 'J if.. .,--'-"" --,gil W "j - 13-"?, 4,-,r .., - ---, .- - ' 'inf vi, , 11-1:2 . 3 , Spirit in Competition Varsit Fizzes Out After a Strong N Dave Johnson. ECR's punt-return man. picks up yardage in Taft game. After defeating city-ranked Granada Hills, 13-O, and San Fernando, 35-33 in openers, the Varsity Conquista- dores expected to be city contenders. But, losses to both Newbury Park and Banning dimmed the expecta- tion. Alternating at the controls, Tirn Sheriil and Jeff Caprio proved to be capable field generals, Choth receiving All-West Valley League awardsj favoring the Conquistadores' passing attack. in the receiving department, Robert Steiner, Kirt Luethy, Greg Austin and ?x1arkBalderas kept EGR in must games. Leading groundgainer QFBD, Jeff Walker was tops in scoring with 32 pts. QRBB Dave Johnson proved to be effective on special teams. Q w- . 9-- fi 5 vfii. x-1. . Led by blockers Geoff Hom and Joe Siracusa, Tim Sherrill takes on on an end gain. Jeff Gaprio. junior Quarterback, dodges Mike Ketaily of Canoga Park to lead ECR to a 39-30 victory over the Hunters. Start Against Ranked Teams around sweep while eluding Bannings. Polv Faari for a 9-yard Varsr t y Losses to power houses, Cleveland, Chatsworth and Taft, left El Camino in near cellar position. Placing a mere 4th in league, the Conquistadores advanced to 4A city playoffs, meeting the Monroe Vikings and were virtually kicked out of the playoffs with a field goal with 6 seconds remaining, killing ECR's hopes. lst team All-San Fernando Valley honors were received by 2 yrs. starting CLBJ , Richard Gray, Bob Steiner KTEJ and Bob Murphy collecting 2nd team All San Fernando Valley honors. lst team All-West Valley League awards were received by Richard Gray CLBJ, Tim Sherill CQBJ, Bob Steiner CTEJ, and Bob Murphy CLGJ. 2nd team All-West Valley were Kirt Leuthy CSEJ, Jeff Caprio KQBJ, and Jeff Walker QFBJ respectively. Y ' , RW? Greg Austin, reflecting ECR's predica- V' mem' Coaches Stam and Giancanelli g,. "tT1,f..s-- h-. R. ' Bottom Row: B. Levy, E. Gaines, M. Borer, R. Urie, I. Walker, I. Siracusa, R. Christman, C. Siros, R. Dillmar, B. Colvin, S. Hornyak. gd Row, R, Marces, fmgryg R. Galasso, M. Eytchison, M. Borer, D. Johnson, K. Kares, E. Lyons, G. Austin, G. Hom. l. Caprio, H. Ward, Coach Ralph Stam, Coach Skip Giancanelli. 3d Row: A. Ankerstromg tmgrl, F. Thompson, S. Casmus: B. Hecker, B. Murphy, K. Luethy, I. Toge, D. Bone, R. Gray, B. Steiner, B. Updyke. 4th Row: T. Hargrove, Cmgrh. L. Bragg: D. Ankersrrom, S. Korduner, M. Morley, R. Roberts, M. Balderal. S. Woolf, H. Dashefsky, M. Mitchell. 5th Row: N. Thomas, G. Marcionne, C. Chamberlain, T. Fields, H. Koppel- man. Not Pictured: T. Sherill, B. Duffam, S. Cormack, G. Turkull. B. Jackson, J. Smith. ECR Varsity in Action ff Srarring KOBJ Tim Sherrill searching for a target. Bob Srerner one of ECR s leadlng recexvers meets head on wuh Carl Robm son of 1n Camlno s loss 14 NBC Sports coverrng ECR vs Chalsworlh 1n another Camrno loss 8 10 3' au,,,.,.lU, ' a ,r b - J I fig... xi: . c ps, I Q' 4 ' F Q: X .- ... , ....... : ' ' 7- A U in 4.'. M Xl in 1 4 Q X -,X C I ' f ,, rr ' +V .sf :cw f 1- lf' Q- Q"' 1 y73f- 'i D' f 2 ff , as-an ,s r .-. 2 5, ..,, W ' " Lf- 1 .- effarfr-ff-f ' s ' I ' ,C--Pr' , 1 i 5'-it -an 'T' .- I fs ' - ,:. Q '., . A 51.- .- . ,rx '..'-I -.: " .- . - -.. '. -f .- W , ,L ,gh-A , N V .4 ,wi . , 'zgiadhf - , 1'-5 A ..,- 5 -eg Burr Levy QDBN and Bob Murphy QDLEQ nail Banning's Freeman McNeil for 5 fd. lux, All-Valley and A11-League Defensive Back, Richard Gray tries in vain to snag Joe Monrijo of Banning. Varsity Offense - Player Jeff Walker Dave Johnson Joe Siracusa Steve Cormack Dan Ankerstrom Kurt Luethy Bob Steiner Randy Christman Larry Bragg Rodney Dillamar Rod Galasso Mark Bilderas Tim Sherrell Jeff Caprio STATISTICS Rushing TC 84 52 26 11 15 2 7 1 2 1 1 1 42 48 YDS YL 411 15 261 11 68 23 36 1 36 2 19 0 14 0 8 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 108 117 126 255 NET 396 250 45 35 34 19 14 8 2 1 O -1 -9 -140 Legend: TC - Total Carries YD - Yards Gained NET - Total YL - Yards Lost AV - Average LONG - Longest Run TD - Touchdowns AV LONG 4.7 84 4.8 48 1.7 28 3.2 10 2.3 5 9.5 12 2.0 3 8.0 8 1.0 2 1.0 1 0.0 0 1.0 -1 0.2 11 2.9 21 TD 5 1 0 0 1 1 1 O 0 0 O O 2 2 Linemen waiting their turn. Varsity Offense - Passing PLAYER Jeff Caprio Tim Sherrell Larry Bragg PA - Pass Attempts PA PC PI TOTAL YDS. 98 51 8 800 124 51 6 801 3 2 0 3 PC - Passes Completed PI - lnterceptions TD - Touchdowns COMP - Completion Average Receiving PLAYER Robert Steiner Kirk Luethy Greg Austin Mark Balderal David Johnson Jeff Walker Joe Siracusa Ingo Toge Richard Gray Richard Urie PC 22 21 20 12 '7 7 6 6 2 1 TOTAL YDS. 333 406 282 256 '76 69 80 '79 3 9 LONG . 31 54 41 55 46 18 29 24 3 9 TD 8 6 0 AVG. 15.1 19.3 14.1 21.3 10.9 9.9 13.3 13.2 1.5 9.0 COMP 52.0 41.1 66.6 TD 3 2 4 3 O 0 2 0 0 0 Scores EGR OPP 13 Granada O 35 San Fernando 33 13 Newbury Pk. 32 14 Banning 48 12 Cleveland 20 8 Chatsworth 10 39 Canoga Pk. 20 7 Taft 29 29 Reseda 13 14 Monroe 17 184 222 Scormg Player Jeff Walker 32 Robert Steiner 24 Greg Austin 24 Mark Balderal 18 Steve Jensen 18 Jeff Caprio 12 Tim Sherrell 12 Kurt Luethy 12 Joe Siracusa 12 David Johnson 6 Dan Ankerstrom 6 Richard Gray 2 178 Leaders Total yds. ----------- Tim Sherrell PHSSUTS O70 ------ ---- J eff Caprio Passing yds. --- --- Scoring passes Rushing yds. - -- - Receiving yds. No. of catches Yds. per catch Yds. per rush --- --- -Tim Sherrell --- ---- Jeff Caprio - - -Jeff Walker - -Kurt Luethy Robert Steiner Mark Balderas -Dave Johnson Scoring --------------- Jeff Walker Longest pass play --Caprio-Balderas 55 yds. CBanningJ Longest running play ------- Walker 84 yds. CCanoga Pk.b ECR OPPONENT 8 San Fernando 8 Birmingham O Banning 14 Cleveland 10 Chatsworth Canoga Park 14 Taft Reseda ' 1 4 . ,fi hs g 1 I le f. 56 6 25 13 12 Forfeit 14 Forfeit V. is Place Second Bottom Row: S. Graham, L. Pitz, G. Corey, M. Ermi. C. Yates, S. Flavin, I. Shacter, P. Winkler. 2nd Row: R. Bleeker. l. Freeman, R. Kligman, W. Spatz, J. MaeAdam, S. Walker, E. Parde. R. Lyons, J. Mills. 3rd Row: Coach Hal Marks, B. Braucher, D. Harrison. D. DePew, S. Zaslove, P. Mott, R. Smith, J. McKirahan, M. Moore, R. Murphy. Not Pictured: J. Garners, S. Lemmon. B. Manley. S. Stern, R. Chevelle, R. Walker. Is.--1 X u..amma ' Steve Flavin attempting a pass as Cleveland defender John Hursh hugs him. lohn McKirahan. led by the blocking of Ron Lyons, heads for the goal line against Cleveland, , ,,, ,vp .f. 5 ll-- This year's Junior Varsity football team coached by Mr. Hall Marks had a very successful season capturing 2nd place. A fe bg i f A A C " ' ' '- . -ii" Although there were ony four teams in the league , "the team -f gl 123 H 1 -'!- B . 4 ' did an exceptional job." Standouts incuded John McKirahan A ' - ' '- ' ' .1 ' . I and Mark Moore on offense and Mike Urie, Jeff Milis, Steve " " ' V' 'B-3'-f . ,-,,. KN I I.. V , ., . . Graham and Ron Lyons, who recorded a 25 yd. sack. . - , - -F I 3 ,KS H 'P ' 7, 9' , ' 3 r IJ ' gg , - 'KW 'u Q ' ' ' D -' ' .4 C .-, , 7 7 P 1 ' 4- 5, if LN- ,Q .tu-3 it-, J 5 Y ' P YQ-nd'-s -243-. .,1" .tl pr .?'s' . .K John McKirahan pung , Beeis Take 3rd . . - , . - 4 ' 'fx f' 4' ' I We f L ' , A 'W J ' ,, .3 ' ,fel . . sh, ,J ' ,,-af 4' , ' i ' . ' ' 4' "TQ x'f'f',." ' ' ,. . T ,. l . f L. -- 7.142 L ,. - v Q., s ., - . , .wt 47.3 .fy - , fi g'-2m V, I ,F 5'1:,,..If1'T3fil 1' Craig Honick and Zenophon Gikas lead the Bees onto the field against 7' ff. 3Lff".Y 'I AW W A 1 Q59-4' 'bf' Reseda- ' ' ' ' 'J ' ,c , ' QB Rod Gettle calling signals against arch rival Taft l l l TB Steve Gingrich, one of ECR's leading rushers advances the ball against Kennedy as Paul Fisher watches from the ground. This year's Bee team, coached by Dave Adair and Vince Tussiarone. complied a 5-3-1 record, a 3rd-place finish in the West Valley League. The team had many talented 10th graders and experienced returnies. Outstand- ing players included QB Rod Gettle, TB John Villanueva and E, Mike Mau- ler. First team, all-West Valley League accolades went to Rod 'Gettle CQBD, Marc Hersh CLBJ, Mike Mauer fEb, and Craig Bunting CED, with John Villan- ueva QTBJ, Eric I-lorn CLQ, Scott Raitte CHBJ, Dave Clark QXJ, and Jim Shus- ter, named Znd team All West Valley League, respectively. Bottom Row: C. Honick, J. Mari, R. Bush, L. Q N i U - 3 gilion, D. l-lutchlins,Kl. Btlslandt. l5fl.RSterr5- V, L' f ".' "" Q ac , E. Horn. . enne y. on ow: . ,I ' gh Ld Z, Ji W Shuster, J. Siracusa, P. Watts, S. Gingrich, We ' 'jxrizw f , 'fm' lg Ai? lg' ' A S8 tl- Q - P. Whalen, C. Weatherford, Coach Dave ix ' J. i' - 5 N f 5 gig Q A xx A ,. U Adair. M. Goodman, T. Aikman, O. Deve- 'Q 3 we-?7?g!x 4 :tgp ' 1. 9 , rich, C. Bunting. J. Jaramillo, J. Villan- ova? ' . 'A ., x I: I in ,ul l 'li Nj, - ueva. 3rd Row: D. Wattson, D. Becker, S. an il l ' " fl is sgjigy 1 I QU.. 3-"J, gp gif it . Raitt. s. Patti. R. Hou. D. clark, J. Porter. D I Z1 wmv' . c Q f iw: 'B .how 1, -xx-art' L . Q R. Eytchison, H. Ewing, V. Miller, M.. Law- F A .rimst 'r Q. 41-I gf? . A ,, V . Y' 1 rence, M. Brown, J. Dreyer, M. Stein. 4th 'J Quv , J .A F Fx V 4.4 if Row: M. Main, J. Wahl. R. Gettle, M. Fair, xl , . 5, 5:,xm' ,N N, ,. it., 1 A of V 'Fha - NI 3 ,, ,Q . X. cikas. 1. Griffin, B. Fisch, D. Collins, K- te l' 4 ' ,. . Q , 45- 1 P. Fisher, B. Fishe. 5th Row: D. Richards. '3 X . ' 'W ' . A M. Hersh. M. Urie, G, Salas. Not Pictured: 5 ' v-' A Q -'-' , '. -,D .ik ' ,' 'E T ,, ' E. Nordskog, 1, ' , t . qw ,, W 25' " -gl Ll A ' 'xr ' , . - F A. . 4. Cross Country uns Out Cross country had not performed as well this season as it had in past seasons. But, despite the 5th Place finish, "the experi- ence was invaluable," according to Coach George Martin. Individual standouts include Julie Kaufman and Wendy Thomas, the first girls to participate in cross country. Var- sity runner George Broderick finished one of the best in the West valley. Mike Geller, 10th Grader, earned title of "most outstanding" in that division. fs 4, , k " V ff . E .,. .- V A is Y ' Q . lil ,rfb bfi , QQ- A . ' V V fr- ,J Mm KLM . ... , 7- xy? ev T N , 'Tp . it 34 5 .Q ,151 A ' 4 9 '55 V 1' ' V-4 rzara- ' 1 N 4 ' J ' f ff J . 't-. -. P f -.. 1 ' , ,- ..,, , VA, , Varsity Bottom Row: T. Anderson, l. Feinman, R. Tell- man. 2nd row: T. B. Vlachcos Assistant Coach, M. Ste- venson, G. Broderick, K. Carbough, George Martin, Scores Varsity ECR Oponent 19 Cleveland 36 18 Chatsworth 49 39 Canoga Pk 20 45 Taft 15 51 Reseda 20 34 Poly 15 30 Sanlrernando 24 IV ECR Opponent 32 Cleveland 23 86 Chatsworth 15 20 Canoga Pk 37 61 Taft 15 35 Reseda 22 34 Poly 15 1 San Fernando 15 10th Grade ECR Opponent 29 Cleveland 30 66 Chatsworth 17 33 Canoga Pk 30 45 Taft 26 42 Roseda 27 42 Poly 33 30 San Fernando 28 Coach. 1 , A A first at ECR, Wendy Thomas and lulie Kauf- lTl31l. lVs Bottom row: V. Carbino. B. Weber. 2nd Row: Bill Vlanchcos. Assistant Coach, B. Erickson, P. Pudwill, P.Willen, George Martin. Coach. All-leaguer George Broderick. Q - Paul Willen at Pierce. 10th Graders: Botom Row: D. Hake, W.Thomas, I- Kaufman. 2nd Row: R. Foxworthy. Manager, R, Hurley, M. Geller. D.Gerboth, E. Nolan, S000 its Kicked ,,,. Q gi it A , . Q . 7 . -....., 5 A K, M' 'ffmfi l N V , .,.. ,..-,ps . 3 L fu?" 'sf' 'Pu W wig ,H Al, 4 ., 1 A ' 1 J,f""' up Ka ev' 'Ax , 4 'T if 1 nag' a 'Q' .v,, - ,xl 'E A f Soccer had a rather dismal season compiling a 3-8-1 league slate, a 5th place finish in a extremely powerfull West Valley League. Although ECR finished in near cellar position there are many individual standouts, including lim Zimbardo who was voted most valuable player by his teammates and Stuart and Steve Jensen who joined Zimbardo on the All-West Valley League. ECR OPPONENT 6 Sylmar 2 4 Birmingham 0 3 Taft 3 3 Chatsworth 2 O Canoga Park 3 O Cleveland 4 0 Poly 4 3 Reseda 0 Taft 4 1 Chatsworth 3 3 Canoga Park 1 Cleveland All-League performer, Steve Jensen, varsity goalie, attempts a save. 2 Poly 8 ,. 1 Reseda 4 , g -fs, ff M . 7 in 4 2.5 5, V 7 ft-,rf sg . ,, " 13 3, 44 fs ta, 2 53 It 57525 7 f ,iq V :' L Q Qi T' . 1 B I 3 9 X 12 A W 'Di 5 lr 1 J X E t ,A V A, , -V I fn v . . K - v A Y , I lV's Bottom Row: L. Crandle, C. Stadnick, A. Zeigler, B. Miller D Varsity, J. Pierce, D. Lawerence, D. Ambrose, D. Ambrose, S. Jensen, B. Iones. 2nd Row: K. Montgomery, B. Baker, J. Hill, K. Anderson, R. Turell, O. Delay, K. Man- ning. K. Loever, K. Greybosl-ti, Coach Hank Nani. 3rd Row: T. Numen. Cmgr-D J- Vil- lanueva, K. Villanueva, R. Murth, J. Kermicki, R. Dosure, J. Kermicki, D. Tipples. R. Eurosco, S. Jensen, C. Christianson, Coach Dave Whitside. Hutchinson. I. O'Conner, Coach Hank Nani. 2nd Row: R. Winters C Laughland, C. Wars, C. Bytase, D. Tipples, M. Eizen, Coach Dave Whit side. 8 f 3 P Ca ers Tou h Com etitors WEST VALLEY LEAGUE Mark Currie and Frank Ferguson defend ECR Opponent 74 Cleveland '71 49 Chatsworth 54 84 Canoga Pk '74 '72 Taft '70 COvertirneJ 56 Roseda 60 '70 Cleveland '73 66 Chatsworth 4'7 65 Canoga Pk 58 95 Taft 94 COvertirneJ '70 Raseda 59 City Playoffs '76 Granada Hills '70 66 Manual Arts 102 THOUSAND OAKS TOURNEY NORTH HOLLYWOOD TOURNEY ECR Opponent ECR Oponent 44 Buena 79 52 San Fernando 63 Agoura 50 '78 L.A. jordan 47 Santa Clara 59 80 Hafvafd 70 Kennedy PRACTICE GAMES i 7 ECR Opponent 55 Westchester 8'7 51 Garfield 37 '70 Van Nuys 63 Keith Harris lets one fly. Seniors Mark Currie, Jeff Davis, and Frank Boston Row: R. Gray, R. Thomas, L. Wilson, B. Fuller, C. Bamey. J. Davis, N. Sehaubert. 2nd Row: Coach Blaine Crowther, M. Plantz, B. White, M.r.Currie, F. Ferguson, P. McKirahan, K. Harris E. Goldberg Ferguson ready to go for the rebound. Varsity in Action Marshall Plantz shoots a jumper. Frank Ferguson gets one off in traffic. Jeff Davis. ECR's play maker Senior starter, Eric Goldberg, just slips one over his defender. GRADE 12 11 12 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 11 12 12 12 11 PLAYER Mark Currie Marshall Plantz Eric Goldberg Frank Ferguson Jeff Davis Bob White Rich Gray Keith Harris Neil Schaubert Paul McKirahan Richard Thomas Larry Wilson Chris Barney Burt Fuller Chris Ward TOTAL POINTS 250 231 169 159 155 132 126 '70 67 59 8 6 4 2 2 Sub, Bob White, saw much playing time. HIGH GAME 32 vs Taft League Record 23 vs Jordan Non-League 19 vs Canoga Park Playoffs 13 vs Chatsworth Overall 20 vs Taft 16 vs Cleveland 14 vs Taft 10 vs Van Nuys 12 vs Reseda 11 vs Taft 4 vs Garfield 4 vs Reseda 4 IVS End Up ECR CPPONENT 57 Westchester '75 49 Garfield 46 Van Nuys 40 Granada Hills 59 37 Chatsworth 41 36 Birmingham 39 33 Kennedy 44 Cleveland 52 Canoga Park 50 Taft 52 Reseda 31 Cleveland 72 Canoga Park 41 Taft 52 Reseda 40 in Fourth 48 43 46 46 Stan Welch gets up high to score 2 against Chats- Bill Murrietta puts in a baseline jumper while eluding Canoga Park defenders. worth. Greg Springer shuffles in against Chatsworth as Mike Walker and Chris Welch look on. Bottom Row: H. Aronin. R. Yamauchi, M. Wilson, R. Haney, C. Welch, S. Welch, M. Kazarian. 2nd Row: Coach B. Murrietta, M. Walker. G. Springer, D. Hartisberg, E. Vetter. A. Shore. G. Shamu Coach Blaine Crowther. 7 , vrr Richard puts up 2 Canoga Park . , , X ii L fp ,.. , , Kn976:'f 7 f 3 ,afftgf ' v, fm . . r 9 Y? 4 Richard Stapler showing basketball form. mf? Bee's Capture League Bee Basketball had a very impressive season, compiling a 8-2 league slate to capture the West Valley League Crown, edging out arch-rival Taft by one game. "The Bee squad was very balanced," commented by Coach Burton, Outstanding Players included Greg Kimbrel, who was selected Most Valu- able Player of the West Valley League, Richard Olsen and sophomore John Stapler who was hampered with an ankle injury. Contributing also were Rick Margolis and Rick Neale who "did a fine job at the end of the season." Iohn Stabler lets one fly as Greg Kimbrel and Reseda defenders follow. Bottom Row: J. Gill, R. Olsen, J. Hubbard, I. Miles, R. Margolis, G. Kimbrel, R. Neale, S. Kinzer. 2d Row: S. Alcorn Scorekeeper, R. Kaplan fmgr.J, T. Feinman, B. LaRiviera, G. Rocklin. I. Stapler, M. Barney, D. Samuelson, Coach Milton Burton, C. Fajnor, Cmgr.J Ceeis HurtB Injuries A Crippled with numerous injuries, the Cee's too had a disappointing season fin- ishing with a 5-5 record for a 4th-place finish. Outstanding players on the squad were Ed Mount, Craig Jacobs, Dave Hub- bard and Marty Dwight. "This year's league was very strong and the injuries really hurt us. Leading scorer was Marty Dwight who averaged 14.5 pts. a game . Bottom Row: S. Alcorn scorekeeper, M. Huffaker, R. Wilson, S. Owens, R. Christopher, D. Hubbart, C. Fajnor. End Row: R. Kaplan 4MgrJ, D. Hansen. E. Mount. D. Thompson, R. Jones, M. Dwight, C. Jacobs, Coach Nelson Burton. Not pictured, I. Peterson, J, Calhoun, M. Coher, D. Pitts, D. l-lartzler. .V 4. , 1 uf: " V---qt . . r , - l tx f ., . l . - ' s V .ll I r l 'Q , , , Q " " 4, . 5 Q Z.-. X . -..M tak -, A 3 ,. 5 A t N. A Mike Huffaker tosses one in while passing Canoga Park defenders. , Lt .19 . sf. V I ECR Westchester 49 Garfield 50 Van Nuys 62 Kennedy 63 Cleveland 56 Chatsworth 58 Canoga Park 54 Taft 52 Reseda 73 Cleveland 51 Chatsworth 48 Canoga Park 50 Taft 52 Marty Dwight puts one in from the line. -1 oPP. 46 as 63 43 67 70 46 59 45 46 51 f 5 .4 52 'I 66 X Point guard Dave Hubbard sets up the offense against the Hunters. Rifle Bottom Row: Captain N. Oltman. 2nd Row: R. 4 ' :gi Q 1 e- - - -. . ' 4 421' I ' 5 6:5 1 ,,- ...- X 1' fi-1' un- The ECR Rifle Team participated in the Los Angeles Unified School District's 20th Annual All-City Youth Services Rifle Match. Out of 22 teams, El Camino's W1 team came in first place. Team members: Neil Oltman, Scott Sheppard. Jeff Lezak, Greg Larson, and Richard Gomes. El Camino's 32 team came in 6th place: Jim Pierre, Eric Parde. Bob Nesti, Steve Silver, and Kevin Colby. In the individual competition, consisting of 135 shooters, Neil Oltman took 1st place: Scott Sheppard, 2ndg Jeff Lezak, 5thg Greg Larson, 9thg Richard Gomes, 12thg Jim Pierre, 26th: Eric'Parde, 30thg Bob Nesti, 39th: Steve Silver, 45thg and Kevin Gomes, J. Pierre, L. Stephens. Not Pictured: E. Colby' 931.d. Scores Pardi, B. Nestl, G. Larson, K. Colby. S. She- , . silver. . . Tr? , S I Lezak Prone Kneeling Stand Total 'I' "C"" it r-- Neil Oltman 45 45 31 121 .141 J T Scott Sheppard 45 40 33 118 ' 2" "lf ' M . Jeff Lezak 46 as 27 111 'A f,f Greg Larson 45 29 29 103 1. 185- niehala Gomes 43 37 22 102 i Jim Pierre 44 22 25 91 X ' - pr 4, Eric Parde 49 23 16 88 , S ,ls p 1 h Bob Nesti 42 25 16 83 'N' Ml 1' 1:7 W 'i Steve Silver 41 20 19 so if P " Kevin Colby 26 16 9 51 Skung Sue Gould and Linda Mabe come down the hard way. Fun on the bus. Ski Team Mr. Nani, sponsor, worked up an appetite. Bottom Row: Unidentified, B. Connell, B. Pilliggi. 2nd Row: S. Shestag. C. Hake, D. Hake. 3rd Row: P. Warshelka, S. Marsh, B. Bell, D. Eaton. Varsity Track Does Well in Pre-Season ' N- .. V 1' " ,' -5 R -Q , K 7 .'-1 1 4 Phil Morris neck and neck in the high hurdles pulls through in the end to aid ECR's victory with Crespi. ., "". 1 v .s X' 4, ', ,- m - 5 s"-If V 'I r. '. ' 5 ew 'M bs - 1 , K I fix.- moi r it 'h fr lf. Us, 4 f' QM. Lin . .-.- 1, 1 'V ' P :-A V . b D - 1Igz ,,j,x ik , 1 i 5 "' Q-Q M 4-,lv H 5. Y- U gi - 1. '-. Y! ' ,.f R .J I ' 0 1...- lohn Villanueva sprints to the finish of the 100 . Varsity track's pre-season record of 2-1 was highlighted when Rob Olson, the defending city champ, cleared '7'O1A" in the high jump, a new city record. Olson is joined by Phil Morris, Rich Stapler. who also competes in the hurdles, and Brian Walsh. Other standouts on the team are Joey Wahl in the pole vault, Mike Mitchell in the shot put, Curtis Manning in the long and triple jumps, George Broderick in the distance, Xenophon Gikas and Bill Mur- rietta in the 440, and Neal McAllister in the sprints. Coach Martin expects the team to score high in the City Finals. ,.-fi ,, , N t.'H '- Rob Olson soars up and over '7'01A" in the high jump to break city record. Bottom Row: N. Oltman, A. Simmons, I. MacAdam, J. Cain, D. Girard, M. Eyrchison, P. DeReyck 2nd Row: Manager P. Martin, J. Villanueva, S. Gingrich. R. Stevens, P. Bononi, S. Kinzgy, 5, Mcginn R. Tolman, I. Wahl. S. Carter. 8rd Row: Coach George Martin. T. Benkert, C. Manning, R. Stapler X. Gil-cas, P. Morris, B. Walsh, T. Leonard. S. Cullins, D. Branigan. Coach Milt Coffman. Top Row: G Shamu, l. lones. R. Olson, J. Erickson. M. Mitchell, B. Murrieta, M. Planrz, G. Broderick. F. Fergu son. - 'Q .V 5 -f.. 1 111 Varsity shot putter, Mike Mitchell. gets good George Broderick suffers a close battle against Crespi. height, N141 ' g' Mauve 4 , passes baton to anchor, Bill Murrietta, in the mile relav. '- or - ,f 5 . 4,--f T 4 X L4 Pole vaulter, Joey Wahl. puts forth much effort to cleat the bar against Crespi. George Shamu, long jumper. springs off rhe board to aid his victorious team against Agoura . Expe1'ienCe,Depth. . . Hope of Bees The Bee track team compiled a pre-league record of 2-1. Notable performers include Scott Kinzer, Churdlesbg Craig Honig, Csprinterjg Tim Benkert, C880 and high jumpyg Jodi Smith, Qhigh jumplz Scott Schaubert, Chigh jump and pole vaultjg Chris Weatherford, Cpole vaultjz and Gerald Callahan, Qlong jumpl. Scott Kinzer, Tim Benkert, Joey Wahl, Steve Gingrich, Jodi Smith, and Scott Schauben are possibles for All-League, and All-City. L'- ., I 'Il Benkert takes 880. V W , ' Scott Kinzer leads the pack Tim Bottom Row: D. Gerboth, M. Geller, K. Carbough, P. Pudwell, P. Willen, M. Maurer, S. Patri. 2nd Row: Hornyak, D. Lauletta, K. Kennedy, C. Honik, L. Wilson, C. Weatherford, S. Cody, B. Callahan, J. O'Connor. 3rd Row: Coach George Martin, J. Goerge, S. Schaubert J. Griffin, D. McKee, D. Dubiel, B Erikson, H. White, K. Kuykendall, J Cooksey, M. Goffman. 4th Row: J Pedreddi, B. Demorest, N. McAllister, R. Lyons, L. Held, G. Krupp, B LaRiviere, K. Jennings, M. Stevenson, S. Voeller. .Q CEES Look to Buron, O'Conn0r Bottom Row: S. Tjosaas, D. Hake, S. Zeleznick, M. Stein, G. Hornyak, R. Earle, C. Gutierrez, C. Buron. 2nd Row: Coach George Martin, R. Weber, M. Kraus, P. Haas, S. Sirkin, A. Nelson, M. Yusin, K. Spiegel, R. Borden, I. Omens. 3rd Row: Managers: R. Rose, Beth Griggs, Julie Tubbs, lulie Oswald. The Cee track team held a 1-2 record at press time. Chris Buron and Jim O'Connor run almost any event in Cee track, according to Coach George Martin, "making them the best all- around players on the team." The Cee's are "a very willing team," added the Coach. Doug Hake takes a victory. " "A, , U., ' ' ga... lim O'Connor, best Cee hurdler. . t F . Y H gil' V C ' 'A-I-15 i "1 'za Y" M1715 is ,, 4 Intl! -If ....-gg 11,3 f I 'x .,. ' 'srl' ' 1. , 'I'-L E .iff , -V ,gags 3 - 1 ... ' - " ' 5 5 , 3 . iz -.:.,. .4-',u' g,T.' A Q I fw f f' 4- -ll e Ta xi? -h ., : 9,-,.,, , i,,,7fE- z ..--' 7' ' 1' 2 as -Fr-.a 1 .:1Lwg,. ..ig.,.. q3j,gs,g21g.agn. 7- t v.f , .f.1,.,p.. 4-.. 1, --:, -' - ", J-' ,L 1-ff,-19" -"z,jZ.1'3l4.gj' N -. , - K. 1 . , A 'Q - .-1: ,'f'li'11 g.,-gi -,-J 7..-.A I ,V V - fe 4 lw :..L-'a'- "'.'f'u.,'a.-,Pr ' U.: 1' Tl- . . - . H ' ' "Af f Dave Gerrard hits the dirt. Ron Spiegel and Tim Armstrong rounding the turn. Ma tmen Finish Third Wrestling 1977 had a very accom- plishing season, finishing a close 3rd in the West Valley League. The junior varsity had an excellent season, com- piling an undefeated slate to capture the crown for the fourth straight sea- SO1'l . Outstanding wrestlers included Mike McMullen, Dave Gibbs, and Steve Hersh for Varsity, and Louis Altman, Mike Suppan and DeWells Barton for the IV's. Coach Goffman feels confi- dent that many of his wrestlers will take league championships and do very OPP Van Nuys Poly Birmingham Canoga Park San Fernando Granda Hills Chatsworth .. . -V U-ftrunn ECR 45 52 54 30 26 47 49 .4 .- well in City. Tl 2 10 52 23 41 8 64 26 42 32 40 2 71 30 51 nv ll ,rv , 4- W A .,,, , V SLNBGAPARK A I Mike McMullen attempts an escape againist Louis Altman. undefeated wrestler. shows mal- Canoga Park work. Phil Bruno counters a take down aganist C.P. Mike Darden setting up a pin against San Pedro. Xarsiry: K. Shiflet. I. Holby. D. Gibbs, M. McMullen. P. Bruno. imgrl. L. Rickct. 2d Row: M. Darden. L. Altman, S. Hersh. J. Nolan, S, Chosis, M. Cohen, I. Zimbardo. cmgrr. L. Hough. Srd Row: S. Woolf, M. Greenberg, E Nelson, M. Frankel, C. Chamberlain, D. Nagelm. M. Suppan, M. Manor, D. Barton, G. Marcionc, Coach Milt Coffman, l.V.'s: B. Maris, P. O'Neil, R. Lefirs, D. Feinstein, H. Adler, S. Homyak M. Burrows, T. Tudsiak. 2d Row: S. Lale, S. Seltzer, A. Gordon. S. C0011 S. Ellingboe, S. Bumey, S. Gingrich, I. Humphery, O. Deveridge, I. Hom yak. 3rd Row: R. Pollacio. I. Langford, C. Miller, L, Carol, D, Atherton D. Bollig, Coach Milt Goffman. F I City champions. Mike McMullen and Jim Zimbardo. Mike Maurer and Glenn Marcione demonstrate wrestling technique. The Varsity team compiled a record of 13-2-1. Outstand- ing wrestlers, Mike McMullin, 17-0, and lim Zimbardo, 16- 1, were city champs and also went to the state match in Sac- ramento. Phil Bruno, 15-2: John Holtby, 12-35 Ken Shifflett, placed 3rd in city: Mike Maurer, took 2nd in league: and Chuck Chamberlain, league champ all added to the team's depth. Glenn Marcione, 8-2, was injured during the season and unable to finish. The Varsity team was consolation champs at the Pierce Tournament and runner-up at the Valley Tournament. ECR defeated Wilson High, '77-0, a near perfect match, with a possible '78-0. Steve Hirsch had the quickest pin com- pleted in 14 seconds. Outstanding 10th graders, according to Coach Goffman, are Mike Maurer and Steve Hirsch. The undefeated JV team, 11-O, was league champs, for the 4th consecutive year and league tournament champs, which they have been for the last 3 out of 4 years. According to Coach Goffman, outstanding wrestlers are Steve Tjosas, Chris Stratford, and Bart Barton. Lewis Alt- man, 11-O, Mike Suppan, 11-2, and Mark Greenberg, 8-1, had their statistics available . All-League mentions were Lewis Altman, Steve Tjosas, Mike Suppan, and Mark Greenberg. Bottom Row: R. Hollander, W. Wellen, S. Epstein, P. Nealson, D. Ward. 2nd Row: Coach Hank Nani. T. Pfeifer, M. Summervile, M. Goodman. Not Pictured: T. Eskelin and S. McAlister. ,,..........-. Golf I Scott Epstein Warren Wellen E Led by Scott Epstein, who shot consistently in the '7O's, the ECR ' golfers tied Taft for first place in the West Valley League. The Taft- ECR match, scheduled as El Corazon goes to press, will determine the championship. Details in the supplement. Varsity Tennis Varsity Rea dies for Tough Season Coach Ralph Stam's Varsity netmen G. Bimder, T. Turley, R. Streiter, D. Hillman, B. Royden, N. Collins, B. Wank, have not competed in league as El S. Howard. J. Goldwasser, M. Leyten, Coach Stam. Corazon goes to press. Complete results of all tennis teams will appear t in the Supplement. b J 4 Prospects look good for Varsity. All- V T i . , . 4, . A ts Iliff.- city 419765 doubles team of Neal col- "' l ,gjjggfi Hjgifgz? lins and John Goldwasser are back, as ' are tough competitors Matt Leyton. ' ,V ' Ajlgifijffigzg Derek Hillman, and Bert Royden. - ' 9 - - - I '- i ' 5:1 Y'11:Yi-eff. ECR s battle cry Bring on Taft. , NM , V . A .V .. :.f3::.?:3: atb f L , -'3QfI:I'Ijjf1.:f ' 1 'i'giffff351f'?5j 9 f- : 1I,i:l 'f'ffI:f:f:,'f'f: tia-:armegizaggigi V I V W my ly.-.'p,-.,,,,, Leyton's form . And Hil1man's style . as ,. sy Q-if mga-fuass-L Sz: -:vw-'5 Mail I-CYIOU, left. and Derek Hillman. right. . 4., t 9 3 ' 1 V - 1 ' , , - . 5 S HIT1 S S ' ga e S 'ti B I ' 1 :W in ' ii-ifrr Q .- ..,, . r M! , 5 . X 'A -- rr"-' . xx.: ' D E L r , . , Eager, R ea d y A ' ' - f , r :.. 9 1 ' f "M ' ' I ' Upperclassmen Mike Cohen and Jeff Sul- fiif-1-' " ' N4 , , vern, along with llth Grader Robert Streiter Ron Kee Greg springer Jeff Levy and outstanding 10th Grader Buddy Vreene. ,, T, , I 1 -. f Coach Slam discusses strategy . will be the basis on which to build the JV's this season. Coach Stam has been working with some good prospective 10th Graders to try to field an in-depth IV tennis squad. Details will appear in the Supplement. f 1 Bottom Row: J. Anderson, D. Housman. L. Boadanoff, C. Ray, G. Wiviott. B. Malin. 2nd Row: R. Koe, S. Conrad, D. Berggren, B, Spiri, M. Bermer, I. Wheeler, B. Green. 3rd Row: B. White, B. Plieggi, M. Roberts, S. Fazzio, M. Cohen, G. Springer. Coach Stam. -f.. " 1 -J tt? 55. C-'4 -.., .Hi Todd Winviou PIayBa11!ECR Ready Bouom Row: B. Anacker, D. Yobs. T. Sherrill, C. Kerber. 2nd Row: J. Davis. M. Charton. M. McShane, Coach John DiPonzio, N. Marder, Manager, B. Cohen, D. McKenzie. 3rd Row: Manager S. Cohen, M. Parrion, D. Moore, H. Dashefsky. J. Caprio. Assistant Coach R. Leavitt, B. Anacker. D. Johnson. J. Chanon, Manager M. Green, Manager R. Marcus. 1976 Player of the Year. Tim Sherrill, lets off a strike. Bob Annacker leads off lst base . Both Varsity and JV baseball teams finished first in league 'V 1' last year, and Coach John DiPonzio believes they will do well this year. "lf the Seniors don't get Senioritis, and the Juniors can stand the pressure, we should have an edge on the rest of the league." Player of the Year, 419763. Tim Sherrill, will return this year to play outfielder and pitcher. The Varsity team was undefeated 10-O, through preseason and league, at press time. ECR batter swings at a good one. . 4.4 ECR slides into third . Paul Fisher rounds third base . Coach Harvey Green, JV's, shares Coach DiPonzio's optimism and believes the JV team's main goal "is to pre- pare the players with the idea of helping the future ECR Varsity Baseball team." Mitch Sternbach, Cleft fielder and first basejg Dave Walsh, ffirst base and pitcherjg Randy Marrett, Cright fielder and third basejg Scott Turley, Cpitcherbg Marc Hersh, Ccatcher and outfielderjg and Van Argabright, Cdes- ignated hitterbg are this year's baseball starters. Dave Walsh pitches a strike. Bottom Row: M. Brinks. I. Garey, S. Graham, M. Hersh. 2nd Row: S. Turley, R. Thurman, S. Sir-ace, M. Polaski, P. Heally, D. Treinen, B. Hurley, K. Parker. 3rd Row: S. Raitt, M. Moore, P. Fisher, J. Susa, R. Merritt, V. Agabright, M. Sternback, D. Walsh, Coach Harvey Green. ECR19 WVL Champion Swimmers vi .1- n- i..3 X ' x. " Y , , M,,.qf,w-t, . A V , V -' if ' f,,41+3fF5'i C7 ' ' 1-.ng-.... - r ,A 'vv.:,:,,,- ,. f- .-f.,-zj . 1 .-ein.-.' " ---- l- -- if ' ,.i-....- -- -. Bottom Row: J. Millar, C. Stanton. K. Woogerd, mascot G. Benoit. 2nd Row: T. El Camino pulls ahead. Elcamino, K. Margerum, B. Roney. 3rd Row: G. Fanfassian, I. Gtober, S. Haight. 5th Row: Coach Dave Adair. According to Coach Adair, the Varsity team's outstand- ing swimmers are Brian Roney, who set two records as a sophomore Varsity swimmer in the 200 and 500 meter free style, winning A11-League, All-City, and All-American honors: and Warren Mori, who was second best in the 200 and 500 free style. Last year's team won the West Valley League Champi- onship. Complete swim results will appear in the Supplement. T 'Ta' All-American Brian Roney shows swimming skill and strength. .,f.,... - ' -.af--r -4-7 """Q "7" L gf.. Q.:-f s ' L.-134 -. . - 7' si , Q ,LVL v , - Q 6. t ECR medley relays with S. Stokes, Kenny Woodger, and Rob Goedelg ibut EGR swimmers warming up for the meet. terflyj awaiting Jeff Gorbet. fbteastl. "' .Fl Repeat Last's Years Performance 1 'tr 9 M ,L if ' WM W M. i 4 .. 1 1-""vm, ay f me 'A W 1 li 'i ,Q .rf- 'H -. .. WW-.W . T .Ze-,,,.., . ., .. ,Q- 3, 'I ,ga Q , 14..:.- l 4 'eff 52 ,..,.. 1 - +1 A .vtfff . ""' ' .tai wg.. ' 5-f-g, wg' tg W 1-V2-wyyx: Egg " -.a'L.f'f' i . . wr- . lewd '4' K .. . . . . . , .. - .Ha 1. .. A-., . -1-Q . -WX f -, ..:.'s Q. - WN . , 5, ,X .A of f '- .4 waf- .-a y., 4,,:g:w.w.Bl9w,k. r - 'vgip -5,2595 .J-A f 7 " . tg - .-wg, mf" 7:5-sr -7 ,, K a ,,, . V A-faq. "J mv 7' Q, I 'f',f, ,.. it A ' f ,W .,,. -44' .H - - .. g -, ra.. - f ,A .rv .4 ,, . ., t .. . 1. , Lv -ff Q n, f -152 .lj aww ""vf"m1f-af. may " 1 : . . we ,. . ' A , . M... ,, .--71.-.W-sk v W , . nifzi' , wa. , jg: M J., A. af ,f.- . " 1' ':,-..3,.,n.. ,-.A .. .... Q- ..,, 'w - .. , .2-' , .' '-1 , Nifty' r v. , A ,r igal - V E141 ' V 5,74-7i?2?S ' - V -..."'-L 'O " .a . 4 s aw g., , 1, I. A e ,M 2'-A-U 11.4 ', - - q. , ' 'W ,. 5 -vs, 'L' 1 f f ,. vagffe- ff ,N " ar, I -.?-, .3. 1,3-wits' ' 1 .mg , . A-Jw 1 l ' 'ff - wan ' L ' 9 :.,',,ZA, X 42... --,fqg.5..A 1.1 -Y .. I 2 I . 4 ,7 -. 3 . , . ww, ,, W.. 161- ' K. ' A X f. -. N -f P. 1 . Q S Y N w. , 5, fs , 'fi """ bf' "L: W 1 M e-. A I at as x , , I f "' sw. ev. wg.. WS- W as ef , N t 1 M M .M as A sa? 'w " "X 3 ' Q7 i z - 1 ,J 'tm l .K jbgviq- 1 . , .fu .f in i"1iQT7Y?tIi1..Lk' , " QM Andy Helman, 100 meter backstroke and luu meter Michelle Marchetti, Cee freestyle. freestyle. The Bee Swim team held a record of 3-2 at press time. The team's most outstanding swim- mer, according to Coach Adair, is Bill Parker, who placed first in the Individual Medley and second in the 50 meter free-style during city competition last year. In a dual meet against Canoga, the Bee team set the slowest winning time in the league with the free-style relay race. Bnice Mori. Cee Freestyle. ' l . : , 'V "' - .4 - -. X ' ":nf"""""""- wm.w,m,, Bee Team: Bottom Row: K. Esert. S. Fleischman, A. Worthem. 2nd Row: K. Lalone. H. Berger, D. Spees. 3rd Row: Coach Dave Adair. iivrf- WEE, Cee Team: Bottom Row: R. Ferguson, R. Werth, K. Pearce-Harris, Cathy Callison. Lad . C0aCl'l AClaiI has high hopes fOl' these l1pCOTIlillg SIBIS. D. Wladyka, R. Rosenberg. 2nd Row: M. Marchetti. G. Adair, B. Malley. C. Ros- tad, 3rd Row: D. Winters, A. l-lelman, B. Mori. Coach Adair. Kevin Pearce-Harris, Cee Breast Stroke. The Cee Swim team boast such prospects as Bruce Mori, Andy Helman, David Winters, Gwen Adair, Mike Werner, Michelle Marchetti, Kevin Pearce-Harris, and Chris Ros- 40 Actmn IA! 42 E CR 'S Top Performers x .-J J - Bob Steiner: lst team All-Valley and lst Rich Gray: lst team All-Valley and lst team All-Lea ue, f'l'.E.J. team All-Lea ue. qL.B.7. 8 S " "l ?::'l Mvx v: 1.x , V. I FOOTBALL 1' -Six , yall 4 Q f' V, Varsity 2nd team All-League: Kin Luethy. " ii I 5: r " -:N :L ' Bcc's lst team All-League: ' 'N 3" 'T' . F, . Q ' 1 , , ' ' . , e . 1" ' ' ' Rod Gc.ttlf., V V 1' - N! , ,- Marc Hersh, ,. Y I. - . r ", . . V , t - iq , Cratg Bunting. A - 2nd team All-League: v. i L pf I ' lohn Villanueva. Y l 1' ' , . Eric Horn, -Q' i ' ' f , Scott Raitte. -R K ' I 'QQ' L' i , i 5' Dave Clark, 1 I s , , lim Shustcr. -1- . 5 I -A 4 4 r, fztzf, 1 ' ' N-1 L5 F" 7" all N f 'ff fr - fi 1 ',- Az' ' ap - f'??41"i"'ff 'N 'F .....: Q-.. -L ,E FLLJI. -dh 1-af.-ef Tim Sherrill: lst team All-League, CQ.B.J. Jeff Caprio: Znd rt- vm, ,A x w Bob Murphy: 2nd team All-Valley and lst team All-League. fL.G.J. team Jeff Walker: team, " X All-League, CR-BJ. SOCCER 2nd team All-League: Stuart Jensen. 'Y' .E ' I Ng M ,, , , ' 1 A Q It t , ' A X 'I .2 to 'L ,mf , . . I . - y 'jx ' L H 1 43 . Y 1- '. 5 Q,--,,'-In , v. lohn Stabler: Bee, 'Znd team Rich Gray: Varsity. Eric Goldberg: Var- Mark Currie: lst team All-League. Marshall Plantz: lst team All-League. All-League. Honorable Mention. sity. Honorable Mention. BASKETBALL BEE'S CEE'S Varsity Honorablu Mcntion' lcff JY's player of the year: 2nd learn A114-eague. Davis. ind team All-League: Greg Kimbrel Dave Hubbard. Bill Murietta, Stan Watch . 'End team All-League: Richard Olson. WRESTLING All City: Mike McMullen, 123: .lim Zimbardo, 136: Srd: Ken Shiflet, 148: 4th: Chuck Chamberlain. Hwy. All-League: lim Zimbardo, Mike McMullin, 2l1d: Mike Maurer 3rd: Ion Holtby. Phil Bruno, Ken Shiflet 4lh: Dave Gibbs, Steve Hirsch. Steve Nolan. lV'S 1st Steve Tjosjas. Lewis Altman , Mike Suppan Mark Greenberg . 2nd: Steve Edger. Bart Barton. Dave Nagel. RIFLE All-City lst: Neil Oltman Znd: Scott Sheppard 5th: Jeff Lezak 9th: Greg Larson 12th: Richard Gomes. CROSS COUNTRY All-League: George Broderick, Doug Hake. Mike Geller: 4-a.,.,c Betsy Felsmanr 1st team A11-City and 1st team All-League. Athena Burla: 2nd team All-League. Perform ers All-League ., tb-w it' " N fra V ,Z iff 'AQ i5,Lf'iff ' ' ,'ilai."-.. ' Qgif jil,igL,.i'm.. . , . , .- 'Tai it w?:3f!f17jL,s'v , . - u 'L if 'i.l"II-Lfvz V' " 'f " V. -i ' V A 'Qu' l I 1 'i , ,X rf ' ' , . 442 L - 'V -a - m y ua., .- Ssvrwz--gg ' I U QA Cindy Miller: lst team All- Jamie Zlotky: 1st team All-City, lst team All- League, and League Most Valuable Player. Jamie Zlotky: League . 2nd team All- Joni Politoz 2nd team All League . 44 Varsity Defends Title, ECR OPPONENT 0 55 Birmingham 43 .gg Taft 45 W VI. ampions .. 38 59 Reseda 38 Defending its crown from the 1975 season, Girls' Varsity basketball, led by all- 34 Cleveland 35 league selections senior lamie Zlotsky and junior Athena Burla and a host of tal- 28 ixxmgham . . . . . -16 - ented seniors, compiled a '7-3 league slate to tie Birmingham for the West Valley 57 Canoga Park 44 League title . 74 Reseda 34 . . . . 41 Cleveland 36 In the sudden death tiebreaker, El Camino up-ended the Birmingham Braves 43- 3 Birmingham 38 . . . . , , 4 38 to continue 115 march to city playoffs, where a quick and sharp shooting Univer- 49 Univershy 55 sity squad defeated ECR 49-55 despite a miraculous rally which fell short. At one point ECR was losing by as much as 19 points, crushing the hopes of City Finals. The Conquistadores had an extremely balanced team from the starting 5. Jamie Zlotsky, Betsy Felsman and Cindy Miller were consistently strong on the boards with Kim Brin- son and Athena operating the offense. Reserves Paula Burdsall and Kelly Stanton saw sufficient action, as well as Cheryl Kennedy, Karen Zimmerman, and Kathy Maloney adding depth. Senior forward Cindy Miller PUFHPS Senior center lamie Zlotsky scores lunior guard Athena Burla drives around Birmingham in 2 OVW Cleveland defender' ffom eight fee' 0'-lt' defender for a layup. V Coach Donna Kimura giving the strategy. Bottom Row: P. Titchner, L. Krugg, mgxs. 2nd Row: Coach Donna Kimura. A. Burla, K. Brinson, K. Zimmer. man. J. Zlotsky, C. Kennedy, B. Felsman. K. Stanton. C. Miller, P. Burdsall, K. Malloney. jV,s Repeat Performance Q, ' A. Isl 6 1, .V f ,x , 'L fff" qvunuuuuw . X, 1 f if Z f X . P Z - -S. X ,.,. ff-.w....,.,,,,,, . -..,,M-8 'ff' fi Outstanding rebounder Cheryl Lenhart tries in vain to get ball Over Tafl defender' ' l.V. 's put it all together. 'W . Af x gm 'K-:Fr 'a . L ' 'li ' , vi. if 111 17 Sophomore leading scorer Karen Callison, passing off as Cheryl Lenhart and Cleveland defender look on. Coach Donna Kimura's Junior Varsity basketball team finished in 2d place behind undefeated Cleveland. Outstanding players included Sophomores Karen Callison, who averaged 14.2 points a game, and Cheryl Lyhart, who led the team in rebounds and blocked shots. Deanna Hulsey, Vicki Bodack, Julie Burdsall and Geor- gette Weihrauch rounded off the X ECR attack, an attack "vastly improved as the season prog- ressed," according to Coach Kimura. .45 1401934 Coach Donna Kimura. L. Minish. L. Dirkes, D. Hulsey. C. Lenhart, 1. Burdsall. V. Bodack, P. Findl, G. Weihraugh, A. Searcy, P. Demyon. K. Callison, C. Day. 14 ECR 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 13 15 15 11 14 15 15 15 15 15 5 15 15 15 15 12 5 15 15 15 15 '7 15 15 7 13 li 13 Varsity Turns in Best Performance Varsity defended its league championship, compiling an 8-2 record in the process. All the starters this year were seniors: captain Joni Polito, co-captain Betsy Felsman, Jamie Zlotky, Cindy Miller, Laurie Hagerman, and Colleen Kane. Juniors Lori Morris and April Kane, however, substituted regularly, giving some nucleus for next year. In city playoffs, ECR placed second in a 6-team pool. At quarter finals, the girls defeated Narbonne, but then lost in the semi-finals to Palisades, the eventual city champs. A playoff game for third and fourth places resulted in an ECR loss. f Fourth place in city is the best in ECR's history, 1 v Q lil. 4 .Z and according to Coach Donna Kimura, "They I are quick and have very good game-sense for vol- M i ' U5 b leyball." She also added, "The varsity team was K XSL! A '- if outstanding in skill, competitive attitude, and in A 7,,,, 75.1 A " M W qi-ami- up team play which contributed to their success, and L f H 1 'E IQ, "'--v7-- -- Iwill miss them dearly." U ' 'E Betsy Felsman earned an All-City berth. Fels- 'Q' f.,:E'- 'Q 1' Q f .: .--A man and Cindy Miller made lst team All-West 'Zigi ai g A Valley, while Joni Polito and Jamie Zlotky made fifi'i'v 'Wiz-K' - , W L ' 'B' -L' 1 5 2nd team. N ' - " Y Colleen Kane serves. OPPONENT -71 , ,I -- Q.. ,L X 3.51 rr WV M Mention. Betsy Felsman. sets up for the kill Van Nuys 8 Vi 2 ' . ' Van Nuys 9 H I Q 'I Banning 9 1, V - Banning 8 cf" Banning 10 Q Birmingham 5 - - --- . Q , - 4 Birmingham 4 m g' jtia A' ' - V Taft 15 I Q T by Tilfl 7 . 1 I Taft 9 u ,- ' Canoga 15 ' Z '- ,'-! Canoga 16 Reseda 6 ' " -fy Y Q' Q ,. "" 1, Reseda 4 Cindy Miller and Laurie Hagerman Eieveianj 2 up for the block' ' loni Polito with much concentration bumps the ball up to the setter. eve an Birmingham '7 Birmingham 15 Birmingham 6 Canoga 8 Canoga 11 Taft 13 Taft 15 Taft 15 Reseda 4 Reseda 7 Cleveland 6 Cleveland 4 CITY PLAYOFFS Narbonne 15 Narbonne 10 Narbol-me 9 Jamie Zlotky goes up high for the spike. Palisades 15 Palisades 15 Taft 15 Taft 15 Bottom Row: C. Miller. l. Polilo, L. Hagerman. B. Felsman. 2nd Row: Ll Morris I. Zlotky. C. Kane. A. Kane. 3rd Row: Manager L. Rheahme. CO3",' Jonna Kimura. manager A. Searcy. 1V'S Go Far, But Lose in a Squeaker This year's JVs ended up in a second place with an 8-2 record, a significant showing over last year's performance. Starters for ECR included co-captains Paula Burdsall and Cheryl Kennedy, Vicki Bodack, Amy Nelligan, Lori Levey, and Peggy Demyon. Jeanne Bacarella, who suffered a broken nose toward the end of the season, was unable to finish the season. The spikers tied Taft for first place, but then lost to the Toreadors in the tie- breaker. In city playoffs ECR tied with Narbonne with an overall 5-1 record, but ECR lost on the total points system, the girls falling short by five points. Losing only two seniors this season, Paula Burdsall and Pam Findl, the JVs will be a formidable opponent next season. "The IVs have been developing their potential fully, " said Coach Donna Kimura, "and will be a strong contributing force to good volleyball for next season." Vicki Bodack ne SCORES ECR OPPONENT 15 Van Nuys 10 15 Van Nuys 10 15 Van Nuys 9 15 Banning 4 8 Banning 15 15 Banning 9 9 Birmingham 15 15 Birmingham 0 15 Birmingham 12 eff- ' 8 Taft 15 15 Taft 6 1' Mu, -R 15 Taft 8 4 I ' 15 Canoga Park 10 -. ' 15 Canoga Park 12 Q -Q., I 10 Reseda 15 . Amy Nelligan in action in city playoffs. 11 Reseda 15 15 Cleveland 2 15 Cleveland 8 15 Birmingham 11 9 Birmingham 15 15 Birmingham 0 15 Canoga Park 4 15 Canoga Park 11 3 Taft 15 4 Taft 15 4 Reseda 15 15 Reseda 9 15 Reseda 3 15 Cleveland O 16 Cleveland 14 PLAYOFF 9 Taft 15 14 Taft 16 Bottom Row: K. Callison, C. Day, S. Bych. K. Farha, manager L. Rheahme. 2nd Row: P. Burdsall, P. CITY PLAYQFF Demyon, L. Bess, G. Weihrauch, J. Bacarella. 3rd Row: Coach Donna Kimura, L. Levey, P. Findl, K. Stanton, V. Bodack, C. Kennedy, C. Lenhart, A. Nelligan. manager A. Searcy. 15 Washington 4 15 Washington 10 10 Narbonne 15 15 Narbonne 13 15 Grant 13 15 Grant 13 I47 48 Softball Tries to Retain Crown dling. 2nd Row: K. Brinson, C. Miller, E. Lichterman, P. Titchener, A. Dall, I Zlotky, R. Plantz. Coach Natalie Davila. 3rd Row: A. Burla, Managers J. Murray D. Evans, K. Asgar. T. Chandler. i -'N 'To take league and place among the top four in the city playoffs," is what Coach Natalie Davila promises for the Varsity Softball team. Returning players are seniors, Kim Brinson, Cindy Miller, Pam Titchner, Jamie Zlotky, Rachel Plantz, Annette Amstutz, and juniors Rhonda Findling and Athena Burlag along with Deanna Hulsey, Tracy Chandler, Karen Burgos, Chrisie Gourgouris. Sophomores, Alaina Dall, Patty Titchner and Eddi Lichterman round off the team. . 1' l Rachel Plamz banking while Kim Brinson Catches, . W- ,......,, ..,. ...C ...st team an mc uatruu. ru: nun. ri ialiff' ,.,1.f.fu f-- -..- . --- ' f 'Q' ., F A A ' A - -'.. ' .... ' ."-WJ..--'.-, V - -A 1 .... H f-'-- Q.. ' . V, . -.. . y-, 5 ,5- , .. -A .- ,. W -,gg - g,,,- . ' Q. -rails:-.. .gf 14-'gi...c,""7i':i., , '--. -- A-,Q-f'-""' . ...gy - - .f' -":.,,,4,a.f1.ff1, -,, - V ?:..-' H!! 1 ,ji-' -.,,. ' f "5-mule' " . x - '- p 4 A., ,.-1,4-.nj-'-I b , r' A :A--4--55. 7 .. ' -1.--, -, ta .. i 'Q-f.:?:a e' 'S-'Pi't.s . V Cindy Miller fields one from center. Eddi Lichterman picks up a grounugg, . 1 ' .. " --4, . .f-- 4- 'I 5.-'f'- ' 'snag-w ,wa 5 V . I .,g,.,,,,...- " - , ' ' .-,f rr' at ' ,,.,,.,,,.,. , -f' ,ff-7 . ,.,1Q, f - ff ,,,, . , fef1f:...,,,yWf' , --f . ifmfgyggpf, w12.'gjL5'. ,y,1,.m1.w fyf , :W ...hz " fff"fa:sY. 1, ff-,-ff. ,Lax A "' ' '. 4 , V:-1' ' ff-'ed u .. ' he ' ' ,,,,f -lf 1 ,V V . ' -ff V ' " -H . -V f.' :L 5ff',-14512, Lx, 7,-,Zi -V - Xi 1. M rf- . -,-.'2f""' .f 'wa W-ww , ..,i2Efg1gZf1'?i5pf2 ,'??f'?25--12 ' , if Q51 fii-:Q2fa".:4F'1l:' ...wi W., JJ, I -'-:AZ 1.34' . 1:--1 ' ,qi 1' 4 '-',, Z A- Q-eflxicf'-.C . ' B??3Zf:'fi.fJ- , , ,, f . , TJ' K ff fr ,. ..f.M..., ... .- ,rf -. 1- -- 1" 1,i0"' " - .. J-Fi.,--'gT.f nf-Z ,f?',, 4"'f 'KSC' " .,, -, ,.'. ".' j.'ff.,w5'- - '- ,-N Q- X-5' ' 0 ..,,.,., 1, f- . .-. , - , ,. . ,Nl , A ,, , -K - L A j. - -1 'P Jamie Zlotky slides into third. . 5,15 , 1.623214 "i Alaina Dall picks up a grounder. Catcher. Kim Brinson. V Pitcher, Paula Burdsall throws in a strike. jV's Bottom Row: D. Johnson, J. Plato, B. Berkonitz, L. Friedman, C. Gourgorris, P. Nukles, A. Searcy. 2nd Row: T. Johnson, K. Seean, L. Roberts, S. Wilfsey, P. Burdsall, P. Demyon, M. Brennan, T. Kluck. 3rd Row: K. Hoskins, I. Painter, C. Lenhart, J. Burdsall, K. Stanton, P. Findl, D. Granger, J. Wimple. Not Pictured: D. Shuster, Coach Janice Contino. Fielding a large turnout for the team, Coach Janice Contino feels that the team is highly competitive and vastly improved. Standours include seniors Paula Burdsall, Pam Findl, Debbie Shuster, and Debbie Granger, with many experienced juniors. Last year's team placed second behind Reseda and hoped to do "extremely well this season," according to the coach. 14 Tennis Strokes Forth ECR's girls' tennis team coached by Virginia Grendahl clasped 3rd place with a Q-4 record in a strong west valley league. Rhonda Findling, voted most outstanding by her teammates for the second consecutive year, enjoyed a rather accomplishing season with a 6-3 record in singles competi- tion. Wendy Aaronon and Cheri Winter ranked 2d and 3d sin- gles respectively. Sophomores Jan Levy and Connie Cost teamed up for lst doubles and 'did quite well. lst Doubles. Jan Levy and Connie Cost show their form. l 5 4 2 x x .f I Junior Rhonda Findling, 331 singles player, with a forehand. U 97" fl! OPP Taft Reseda Cleveland Birmingham Canoga Park f E., ' I . . N -N--fQ.....,,-I Wendy Aaronson follows through. A Bottom Row: R. Findling, R. Wellman, I. Levy. C. Schneider, K. Farha, L. Staford, L. Levin!- hall- 'ld ROWS D. Gorden, S. Winter. C. Cost, S. Gruskin. B. Caraway, M. Jorgens, C. Walker. 5- Symans. C. Wald, D. Weiss. Coach Virginia Grendahl. ECR '7 O 2 5 O '7 7 O 5 2 OPP Taft Reseda Cleveland Birmingham Canoga Park 2nd Round ECR 0 4 '7 1 4 Gir1s'Go1f 4: 5? wh Y 3 I' N.. I. iw ...Zu City's best, ..' rw Wi W, , , if 'J . - A M S X fu 96 .. .H i 'ELM .Spar nw Q 2 GSX -,S s. N , ss X 'Q t 2 X -P ss .x Y. SS s. ' -wif 5 ' K The Girls' Golf team was high- lighted by Chris Larsen, who placed 2nd in city in 1975 as a 10th grader and was lst A11-City in 1976, with the lowest average score. She was voted ECR's best girl golfer. The Golf team placed second in city last year. Chris Larsen was aided by Eve Reynolds, 2nd best: Lauren Minish, 3rd best: and Pat Larsen, 4th best. A' F vf , kg!-is ww r .ia xaqf xi R :ff L . 7-.. I' jQ-- 0, X Qu L ' gif L "' xl' rg Q ' L fl' .A , ' ve Win' yi Q L g it f .swf-fw Qin-X . fra' 1-3:3 ., . . - s. gif' --fi-1X1',A1k - .' ' -1 - V gyiga ' - V. - Lauren Mm1shp3rdbes1. Pat Larseng 4:11 besr. , XXX . Q31 .Q .- V-A x. X' ' , . xi. 1 Xxx ' K' "-. is P' '.,,5.,CSh1f'ly?VQf, My .J .Jr ll 9814. 'f Chris Larsen. Bottom Row: B. Lazor, S. Bird, D. Kernpf, L. I-loss. 2nd Row: L. Minish, E. Reynolds, A. Roberts, L. Cole, C. Larsen. Not Pictured: N. Terjung, W. Gladstone, P. Larsen, A. Boghosian. Track Has Hopeful Outlook A 3- 2, M qi 'w A x ' 2 3+ ,4"'I- fil 'until' -1'i?".lf W-SM5 hm- - Cindy Griffin leads the field in the hurdles. ,,,fI 2--fl 22" '1'-dum. 5' 'awww .if B ' I N 1' N' Q tw, 1 sl t V I' ' t ' Ig ' e., -1 F ' ,, ...- " . - - fi.. '35 uv. ' I """' 'f'f 73,-'f, ' -' 'of' ' ww- Wendy Wallis stretches to pass the baton to anchor, Mary O'Conner in the mile relay. Q -a.A :-,JG The girls' track team has many strong returning athletes from last year's second place team, which lost out of first place by only two points. Returnees include: juniors, Andrea Edelman, who has set a new school record in the mile and also runs the 880 and 2 mile: Cindy Griffin, a good all-around athlete, in the hurdles, 440, and two relays, Jenny Smith, a hurdler and 880 runner, Wendy Wallis in the sprints: and Cheryl Kennedy, who was ranked 2nd in the city in the shot putt fat press timej, also competes in the high jump. Outstanding sophomores: Stephanie Grossman, sprintsg Julie Kaufman, distance: Chris Sellin, high jump and sprintsq and Mary O'Conner, 440 add to the team depth. Coach Milt Coffman remarked, "We have very few out- standing athletes, but we are three deep in good athletes for each event. We are a very good dual meet team, with great effort and team spirit, showing much improvement over the 1976 team, which lost only two dual meets." Andrea Edelman strides to a two-mile vic- tory, defeating Agoura. R, 'Hi t, l ' .'if'M V... -4 if Cheryl Kennedy putts the shot to a distance of 38'9" to surpass her opponents. Bottom Row: C. Day, J. Kaufman. S. Lesensky, D. Elliot, W. Thomas, A. Edel- man, C. Griffin. 2nd Row: T. Benkert, B. Nobleman, R. Foxworthy, B. Papush. A. Nelligan, W. Wallis, S. Grossman. I. Gigante. 3rd Row: Coach Milt Goffman. T. Gentzlet, B. Silverman, C. Kennedy. C. Sellen. Gymnests Tumble to Retain League Title This year's gymnastic's team began with a positive attitude of finishing very respec- tively in league standings. The team, strong and well-balanced, progressed through the season under continual pressure to uphold their 1976 League and City Championship W, titles. A determined Karla Backman. V"' L ' w 1.7 1 .Gr vez., ,J -11,7 3:1 2 , f' , f fffffivfwwifa fa f . ,V ftp. .W ,my N- . ,, .w ,Q ,,4a,4,.-,,. Q.. 1 f f 'f '-Mfff 'k1''-"'.W2WZf'V!Zf"24?'f4!2Pf1.7?f , , .I , 4' yt, , t '," I . , ,, Y, .9 't Diane Roman makes it look easy. Bottom Row: K. Farha, C. Silberman, R. Cohen, C. Hoche, R. Magiclow, E. Bergman, E. LaRosa, N. Broidi, M. Holtz, T. Newman, J. Strauss, E. Loser, P. Scott. 2nd Row: A. Medvecki, T. Porter, M. Reilly, C. Finn, M. Pum, J. Boranian, I. Stern, R. Shapiro, M. Williams, M. Demyon. 3rd Row: Coach Norma Fenwick, M. Bressler, K, Kane, T. Wodarz, K. Bachman, K. Minson, L. Nealis, D. Roman, P. Dysart, L. Worther. Jani Strauss on the beam 4 Y. 3, J' .1, g , , we -1.5: " sv 1. wr Q J :Z"' new ...' l ,ai ' W L 'TI ...ga -' H, if lldnnnunannu GIA. Mrs. Marlene McMullen. Mrs. Marlene McMullen, Girls' lnterscholastic Athletic coordinator, claims that interscholastic activities is a job that is necessary for girls' sports. Mrs. McMullen, working on her sec- ond year at GIA, is in charge of dis- tributing uniforms, handling the girls' athletic budget, the eligibility of players, and she supervises all the girls' athletic events. Un d erclass ...TL Jif- ,,, uf, xx, V,- Understanding in Purpose W? 4 junior Class W. Aaronson B. Abbou D. Adams D. Adler M. Agee S. Alcorn L. Alexander L. Alexander l. Allen M. Allen L. Allislon D. Alrier L. 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Torres M. Townsend K. Tracy D. Treinen G . Trevino A. Trindl K. Tripp J. Tubbs M. Tudzin L. Turner S. Turley T. Turley P. Tuttle R. Ulibarri J. Updylie D. Breda N. Llano L. Yan Zyl C. Vargas E. Yutlcr .. F.. - Y ,- F li f - I . "fl W 2 l , t , 1. X l -Mi p gl' L p 1 l, , I R ral N Q be ' E F 'F' X L ur' 7 si ' H Av -U El sf x ' AI V V n I For 3 up 4 6, at Q . . LJ . ...,.. QR a lf' E' L., f-r V . 3 .1 1 . -1, 'I' lla .ik ,, .. - cf i' . Qffff V' pp p R I W' I" V . lf- "wr 'f , 'V' 1 H A :WTQZX ' 44777 . .R 1 ' Q -K t ., - ill 6- -I Q nl . w- "Li 'W L.. ' fl.. ' Ax i A hopeful campaign for Blythe Nobleman. I. Villanueva G. Vincent J. Voeller C. Vought T. Wadarz T. Wade D. Wagner R. Wagner C. Walker S. walker R. Wall S. Wallace S. Waller R. Walters J. Ward S. Ward M. Watdak C. Warnock B. Wartrtik M. Washington C. Wasserman R. Waters D. Watson S. Watterson i rf H I . . . N V F 4 1-'. 1 H V V7 Q . 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Q' 10 ly? NN - -Q -1 - ' . V7 ,A 11... J I 'n As EGR looks back at the edifice C15 whence "New Hori- zons" originated, ECR can reflect with pride and satisfac- tion its varied pursuits C25 effected by complexities of educational planning C33 . . . which culminates with maturity and purposeful con- duct in academics C15 and performance C25 Thus, ECR closes its 1976-'77 school year C39 and leaves not a bar- ren Mars, but, temporarily, an empty edifice and an artifact Q45 which await the coming of a new dawn. Arviso. A Aaland. Lisa 173 Aaronson, Wendy T. 30, 32. 150, 158 Abbott, Brian S. 158 Adair. Dave 51, 138. 139 Adair. Gwen C. 173 Adams. Diane M. 14. 18, 20, 21. - . Adams. Gregory P. 70 Adams. Mariann 70 Adams, Nanetle 173 Adelman, Wendy E. 173 Adloc. Adler. Adler. Adler. John 70 Deborah 22. 158 Hunter C. 130 Lisa G. 0 Adrian. Holly A. 173 Agabrlght. Van 137 Agee, M. 0 Agee. Meegan 158 Agee. Roy E. 173 Ahn, Randall L. 173 Ahoen, Reed A. 25, 67 Alchyshyn , Eric 0 Aikman, Paul S. 173 Aikman, Tlm L. 70 Allman. L. 0 Akridge, Michael 24, 70 Alafandi , Ramzl 173 Alanis. Miguel L. 0. 109 Alcom. Kid 25 Alcom. Steve 123 Alcorn. Shelah A. 28, 158 Adlers. Alexan Alan D. der. Laura 32. 63. 158, 159 Alexander. Lisa 26, 158 Alexander. Todd C. 70 Allen. Bob D. 70 Allen, Jamie S. 70 Allen. John L. 158 Allen, Kathleen P. 70 Allen. Marla 158 Allen, Nancy A. 70 Allen, Robert 50 Allen, Susan 173 Allen, SusanJ. 70 Allison. Scott T. 70 Alllston. Lisa 158 Alne. Anne T. 71 Alpen. Dan L. 0 Altler. Donald 32, 158 Altaman, Lewis D. 145, 158, 173 Altman, Sari B. 0 Altmark, Rose 45, 46 Allmerk. Shari H. 71 Ambrose, David G. 71 Ambrose. DennisJ. 158 Ambrose Ambrose . Richard S. 173 .Patrick W. 14.18.111 Ambroslni. Valeri J. 158 Amllng. Ammon. Kristine E. 173 Richarda 0 Ammons. A. 0 Amonett. Alfred 158 Amstutz . Amstutz . Annette 71. 148 Diane 173 Amundson. Karla 71 Amundson. Wendy 158 Anaya, Mary 158 Anacker, Bnlce 136 Anacker. Bob 136 Anacker, Charlie 14, 18, 173 Anderson. Jennifer 14. 111. 173 Anderson. John 135. 173 Anderson. Kathy Anderson. Kevin . Anderson. Pamela 158 Anderson, Sue 173 Anderson. Lorraine 46 Anderson. Roy 46 Andresl, Lori 158 Andrew Andrew Andrew Angel. s, Darlene 28 s. Joann 28, 173 s. Susan G. Terry 173 Angelo . Marcelle 158 Angus. Ankerst Steve rom. Adrienne 115. 173 Ankelstrom, Cecilia 158 Ankerstrom, Daniel 117 Antelman. Jeff 72 Anlonson. Julie 173 Anlonson. Tina 16. 158 Araya. Sandra Archer. Jeffery 173 Archibald. Melody 173 Archulela. David Arciero. Patti Arden. Dennis 173 Argabrighl, Van173 Arkin. Brian 173 Armstrong. Debra 173 Armstrong. Tin 158 Arndl. Chcyl .-trndt. Laura 21. 72. 173 '6 11 Amold. Daniel 72, 158 Arnold, Faith 173 Arnold, Sharon 16. 28 Arola. Aroni. A. 72 Miriam 27. 30. 72 Aronin, Howard 22, 158 Aner. Greg 18. 111 Frank 158 Becker. Bnice 72 Becker. Dane 119, 174 Becker. David 174 Becker, Melissa 12. 158 Beckwith. L. 55 Bedford, Lori 174 Beeman. Ketin 174 Asgal. Kayvon 72, 148 Asher. Stacey 72 Ashely, Nancy 28. 72 Asmore. Athena 20. 21. 22. 60. 61. 72 Asman, Mary 28. 173 Asman, Theresa 28, 72 Aspinwall, Peggy 173 Atherton. David 158 Atherton, Douglas 130, 158 Atwood, John 173 Aune, Janet 26, 173 Aune, Robert Auerbach, Michael 29. 72 Aurich. Mike 158 Bees, Cheryl 21. 72. 158 Beeson. Craig 73 Beeson. Felicia 158 Behle. Dave 174 Behne. Julie 174 Belch, Kathy 174 Bell. Betsy 174 Bell, Corry 20.21, 72 Bodack. Victoria 28. 145. 147, 159 Bogard. Derek Bogdanit. L. 159 Bogdanofi. Lee 135 Boghosian. Anna 159 Bohlig, Dennis 159 Bohlig, Judy Bolling. D. 130 Bolling. Kimberly Bolling, Leslie 174 Bolognia. Toni 26. 174 Bond, Kenneth Bondurant. Teresa 73 Bondurant. Vicki 159 Bone. Daniel 159 Austin . Daniel isa Greg sa, '12, 114. 115. Austin. Austin. John 72 B Baber, Timothy 72 Bell. Glenn 73 Bell. Roberl Bellucci, Anthony 158 Bendat. Kenneth 30. 158 Bendat, Shirel 174 Benkert. Benken. Bennett. Terri 19. 111. 174 Tim 73. 128 Howard 158 Benson. David 73 Bermon. J ames 158 Benson. Larry 14. 111. 174 Bentle, Yvonne 158 Benton . Benton , Lisa 178 Mark 73 Bonelli. Julie Bononi. Paul 128. 159 Booke. Michelle Boone, Laura 159 Boone. Stephanie 18 Booth . Booth . Catherine 65. 159 Kimberli 159 Babler, Marshall 72 Baca, Claudia 20. 72 Bacarella. Jeanine 147, 158 Bach, Leslie 72 Bachman. Karla 153, 173 Bachrack. Jackie 72 Bachmeier. Bemie 55 Badger. Cheryl 14, 111. 158 Badger, Kathy 173 Baerwitz, Leslie 72 Bano. C. 158 Benz, Pamela 20. 26, 174 Berger. Herschel 189. 174 Berger, Richard 174 Berger, Susan 73 Berggren. Davld 27, 135, 174 Berghammer. Ingrid 174 Berghammer. Rosemarie 158 Bergin, Tom 73 Berglund, Linda 14. 158 Berglund. Lisa 14, 158 Bergman, Brenda 174 Bergman, Bnice 158 Bergman. Ellen 23, 26, 153. 1 Bergman, Mitchell 174 Berk, Karen 14 Berke. Valerie Berkowitz. Beth 149, 174 Bahen, J. 173 Bailey, Phil 21 Baillie. D. Bally, Sherry 72 Baird. R. Baker, Bob 72 Baker, Dana 173 Baker. Larry 158 Baker. Laura 158 Baker, Marinna 173 Baker, Trudl 72 Balcom. Craig 158 Balconn. Cheryl 72 Balderas. Mark 10. 72. Balduc, Cindi 20. 174 Balfour. Mindy 72 Ballard. Debie 72 Ballard. Jolm 72 Ballard, Kathryn 20. 174 Berlatsky. Randi 158 114. 115 Balloy. Dennis Balloy. Noell18, 21, 111, 158 Bambridge. John 14. 18. 111. 158 Berman. Amy 30, 32. 159 Beman, Cindy 174 Berman, l. 158 Berman, Majorie 174 Berman, Sandy 174 Bemard, John 23, 78 Bemer. Mark 135, 174 Bemstein, Cheryl 174 Bemstein, Elizabeth 28. 73 Bemstein, Steve Berridge, Craig 72 Berridge, Scott Berry. B. 159 Berlhold, Bryan 27, 159, 174 Berthold. Carolyn Berthold, Wayne 73 Bertram. Suzanne Bertrand. Maurice Berone, Vikki 28, 174 Bess. Lisa 147, 174 Bethune, E. 22 Beushasen, John 174 Bickman, H. Bickman, Juliet 26, 174 Bickman, Laurence 159 Bambridge. Kathy Baracco. Frederick Barlow. Susan 158 Bames, Evelyn 54 Bames, Teri 158 Bames, Vince Bamey, Chris 72 Bamey, Mike 123, 174 Bamey, Sue 173. 174, 182 Barlow, S. Baron. Martha 46 Barrett. A. 55 Banett. Brenda Barrett. Chris 73 Barret. Barrien Debbie 158 tos. Ronnie 73 Barrows. Mark 158 Barstad Barstad Barton . Basist . . Stephanie 26. 158 . Stephanie 26. 158 De Wells 130. 158 Mike 158 Bass. leff18, 29. 158 Basso. Janet 158 Basso, Lori 16. 73 Basso, Basso. Bickmore. Lee 159 Bicknell, Richard Bieler, Diane 159 Bierman, Keith Binder, G. 134, 159 Bird, Pamela 159 Bird, Sandy 159 Birkhead. Julie 174 Birmingham, David Birmingham, Mark Bivens, Magaret 159 Bjork, Brad 14, 111, 159 Black. T. 174 Blankenship. David Blankenship, Denise Lynn 174 Terry Blankenship. Debra Bastone, Thomas 158 Bath. Suzanne 14, 158 Batten. Janice Bauder. Kim 22. 158 Bauersfield, Brooke 15. 72 Baughman, Bruce Baum, Debbie 174 Baum. Fred 73 Baum. Jay 174 Baumgartner. Lisa 174 Beasley. John Beastrom, Greg 174 Bucher. Barbara 174 Bechl, JcnniJer158 Beck. Jackie 174 Buck. Kenneth 72 Blankenfield, Deborah 30, 174 Blazi. Matt 14. 111. 174 Bleecker, Eugene Bleecker, G. Bleecker, Rick 118, 174 Block. Karen 159 Bloom. Brian 159 Blouin. Michael 174 Blue. Jeff 159 Boranian, Joann 153 Borianian. Nancy 174 Boranian, Sue 159 Borden. Richard 159 Bordonare. Richard 159 Borer. Michael 115 Borin. Norman Borondy, Arpad 174 Borondy, Stewart 174 Boronkay, Danny 159 Borough. Mark 159 Borcvay. Mlchell 174 Bonz, David 174 Boss 28 Bosson. J. 75 Bossuck. Felicia 28. 159 Botwinick, Arnold 24, 174 Bouillion, Michael 174 Bower. David 174 Bower, Virginia 75 Bowman, Chris 75 Boye, Eve 52 Boyer, J. 55 Boyer, Richard 14, 111 159 Brachman, Karen 75 Brachman, Mitchell 174 Braden, Scott 159 Bradlvy, Mark 174 Bradley. Steve 159 Bralstein. Hebert 46 Bragg, Larry 117. 159 Bragg. N. 55 Bragg, Stephan 174 Branagan, Karen 22, 75 Branigan, D. 128 Branagin. Nancy 54 Branchaud 159 Brandt, Jeif119, 174 Brandon, D. 159 Brandon, Patti Brandow. B. 174 Braslow, Jon 174 Braucher, Bruce 118, 174 Braun, Stephan 75 Bray, Richard Bregman. Burton 14, 174 Bregman, Janice 75 Bregman, Robin 159 Bremer. Suzzete 16, 159 Brennan, Mary 21. 149, 159 Brennan. Mitchell 174 Brennan. Rohen 75 Bressler, Chris 75 Bressler, Mary 111, 112. 153. 159 Brewer, Peggy 111, 174 Brewer. S. 159 Briggs. Kimberly 159 Briggs. Linda 159 Brimblecom. S. Brinks, Mark 137 Brinson. Kim 75, 144, 148 Brittenham, Kimberly 26, 175 Broadway, L. 159 Brock. Frank Broderick. George 128, 129 Broderick, Kenneth 175 Brodsky. Ross 175 Broidy, Natalie 153, 175 Bronstein, Randi 175 Brookman. Sherry Brooks. Jelf175 Brooks, S. 159 Brothers, Melvin 159 Broughton. J. 55 Bfoulhton, tulle 115 Blue. Ste Ven Bluebond, Sheri 21, 22, 159 Boalright. Gregg Mrs. Boardman 28. 46, 47. 50 Bobb, Armon 174 Bobb. Au gust 159 Bock. Steve Brouhard. J. 159 Brouhard. S. 75 Brown. Amy 28. 29. 159 Brown. Beth Brown. Brent 175 BYOVH. Helen 28. 30, 33, 175 Brown. John 44 Brown, Julie 75 Browne, Earl 50 Brown, Kennth 46 Brown, Mary Brown, Mark 119, 159 Brown, Mike 159 Brown. Myles Brown, Rebecca 75 Brown. Terri 28, 159 Brown, Victor Bruhn, Karyl16, 28, 175 Bruhn, Linda 28, 33, 75 Bruno. Phillip 75, 130 Brurnson. Robert Brunty, Tom 175 Bryant. James Buccelll. Sue 175 Buchalter, Bartn 175 Buchalter, Cheryl 75 Buckalew, Tracy 75 Bucky, Linda 159 Buckley. Kathy 75 Buckley, L. Buergin. P. 75 Budhalter, C. Buirgy. Suzanne Bulmer, Margie 46 Bunner. Jesse 175 Bunner, R. 75 Bunnin, Rusel 159 Bunting, Carl 119, 142 Burdick, Teresa 30, 75 Burdsall, Julia 145, 149, 175 Burdsall, Paula 75, 144. 147, 149 Burg, D. 75 Burgess, Beth 75 Burke , Burgos, Karen 148, 159 Burk, Melodee 76 Pamela 175 Burla. Athena 12, 142, 144. 148. 159 Bumett, Robin 175 Bumette, Jim 159 Bumey, Sandy 29, 30, 130. 159 Bumham, Bradley 159 Bums, Joan 76 Buron, Christopher 131 Burr, Aaron 29 Burr, Steven 13 Burrell, Laurie 76 Burrows, M. 130 Burton, Nelson 51, 52, 126 Busch. Richard 175 Busch, Sandra 46, 50 Buscher, Richard 119 Bushe, J. 175 Bushe, S. 175 Bushman, Sheryl Busk. Randal 175 Buskirk, Fran Van 111 Busse, Doug 175 Butman, Sherri 175 Butman, Tina 76 Butterfield, Lloyd 76 Buzzelli, Jean 28, 76 Byars, G. Byars. P. 159 Byers, Sue 147, 159 Byers. Jim 159 Byron, Chris 76 Cable, Patricia 76 Cain, Joseph 128, 159 Calderwood, Mike Calfo, Carolyn 76, 89 Cain, J. Calhoun, Gerald 175 Calkins, Corinne 28, 76 Calkins, Daphne Callahan, Brian 130, 175 Callison, Christine 159 Callison, Callison, Krista 76 Camerat, A. 20 Campbell, Christi 175 Campbell, James 76 Camperos, Herieta 175 Camperos, Pete 76 Canino, Steven 175 Cantlay, Julie 159, 173 Cantos, Shari 16, 28 76 Capaldi, Mark 159 Caplan. Randy 14, 18, 76, 111, 159 Caprio. Jeff114, 115, 117. 136, 142, Carabet, Deborah 28, 30, 31. 76 Carabet. Caraway Cara way Leslie 175 . Barbara 76, 150 , Catherine 175 Carbaugh. Kenneth 130, 159 Carbino . Carbino , Carbone Carbone Judith 175 Vincent 159 , M. 76 . Mike 76 Karen 28. 139. 145. 147, 175 159 Cardello, B. 55 Carlin, Leslie 28, 76 Carlin, Rachel 175 Carlson, Barbara Carlson, Corrine Carlson, Douglas Camazzola, Louise 175 Carol, L. 130 Carpenter, Laura 76 Carpenter, Shelly 159 Carr, Robin 16, 175 Carrasco. Raymond 175 Carrel Mike 175 Carris, Nick 76 Caner Cheryl 76 Carter Duane 19. 52 Caner Quent 76 Carter Stephen 109, 128 Caruso, Dean 76 Casamassima. Michael 19. 1 Case, Mara 76 Casey, David 25, 175 Cashion, Alua 54 Cashmon, M. 75 Cohen, Felicia 77 Cohen, Jeff 175 Cohen, Lori 160 Cohen, Micah 130, 160 Cohen, Michael 135, 160, 173 Cohen, Mitchell 175 Cohen, Norman 23, 29. 159 Cohen, S. 55 Cohen, Robin 153, 175 Cohen, Stephanie 136, 159 Cohen. Cohoat. Cohoat. william 175 J. Linda 77 Coker, Tracy 77, 160 Colby. K. 160 Cole. Darrel 160 Cole. H olly 22, 61, '77 Cole, Lisa 160 Cole. N ancy 77 Cole, P. 160 Colella, Lana 175 Collin. Collins. Collins. Pat Daniel 119 . 160 Debra Currey, Kevin Currie, Mark 78, 168 Cushman, Phil 160 Cynamon, Laurie 78 D Daggs. James 78 Daily, Brent 26. 176 Daily, Lois 47 Dall, Alaina 14, 18, 148, 176 Dalton. Leslie 176 Danna, Sandra 78 Dantonio, Christopher 78 Darden, Mike 130. 160 Darqento, L. 160 Darrow, Barbara 26, 160 Dascenzo, Annalee 160 Dashefsky. Howard 115, 136, 1 Davenport, Bill 78 Davenport, Juli 176 Davids, Rick 76 Davids, Vicki Cashman, Richard 175 Cashman, Pat 24, 52, 146 Casmus, Samuel 115, 159 Casparro, Gary 175 Cassel, Susan 175 Cassidenti, Joann 159 Casterline, Deborah Castigliola. Laurie 175 Castillo, Marie 26. 175 Castranbone, E. 12, 47 Cech, Lauri 159 Ceragioli, Steve 175 Chaffee, Paul 76 Chambers, Brad 76 Chamberlin, Chuck 115, 130. Collins, Gene 23, 54 Collins. lane 175 Collins, Michael Collins, Neal 134 Collins. Patrick 175 Collins, Paul 160 Coltrane, Michelle 18. 160 Colvin, Bob 115. 160 Combs, David 29 Combs, Melanie 33, 77 Comerhero. Jill 77 Compton. Buck Davidson. D. 160 Davidson. Lesli 160 Davies, Dean 160 Davila. Natolie 47, 148 David, Anna 168 Davis, Jeffery 136. 176 Davis, Jeff 30, 123, 160 Davis, Jennifer 160 Davis. Marilyn 160 Davis, Michelle 21, 160 Davis, Stacy 160 Davis, T. 176 Davis, Teresa 78 Chandler, Kelly 15, 76 Chandler. Tracy 148. 159 Chapman, Karen 175 Chanon, Jeffrey 76, 136 Charton, Lianne Charton, Marc 77. 136 Chase, Kathleen 77 Chassman. Mark 14, 175 Chavannes, Elizabeth 21, 77 Chavin, Jodi 109 Chechik, Mitch 159 Chen, Joy 18, 28. 111, 175 Cheney, Carie 159 Cheng. D. 27, 29 Chernos, Debie Chernos, Flynn 160 Chesher, Tim 160, 173 Chesney, Lisa 77 Chess. Club 27 Chester, Nancy 28. 111 Chesney, Lisa Chester, N. 14, 175 Chesterman, Keith 175 Chevelle, R. 118 Chiappinelli, Joanne 77 Childers, Dean 160 Childress, Jeffrey 175 Chimil, Heidi 160 Chisum, Lori 175 Chlebda, Mark 77 Choner, lim 77 Chosis, S. 130 Chraft, Ken 51 Christenson, Carl 175 Christman, R, 115 Christianson, Edie 23, 26, 160 Christensen, Paul 160 Christman, Randy 117 Christopher. Raymond Chudy, Richard Ciderwwood, M. 175 Ciotti. Karen 159 Ciment, C. 77 Ciocca, Renee Ciocca, Robin Clark. Alexandra 16 Clark, Alice 77 Clark, D. 119, 142, 159 Clark, Duane 14, 111, 175 Clark. Randy 77 Clark, Steve 175 Clark, Shirley 175 Cleary, Ann 159 Clifford, Neal Coakley. John 175 Cochrane, Jeffry 175 Cody, Steven 130, 159 Coefield, Brice 121. 173 Cohen, Beth 77 Cohen, Bonnie 175 Cohen, Brian 77, 136 Cohen, Craig 175 Cohen, Cynthia 160 Cohen. Elaine 77 Cohen, Elica 109 Condon . Del Conflict, Simulation 31 Connell, Brady 175 Conner . Mike 176 Connors, Cindi 160 Connors, Patty 174 Conrad . Scott 135. 174 Contino, Janice 47, 149 Cook. Carl 160 Cook, Larry 160 Cook, S. 130 Cooke, Jill Cooksey, James 130, 176 Cooper, Betty 1, 4, 28, 77, 160 Cooper, Gordon 47 Cooper, Robert 26, 111, 17o Cooper, Scott 77 Corey. Greg 118, 176 Corey, Tom 160 Corkery, Shawn 14. 111. 160 Corley, Christopher Cormack, Steve 108. 115, 117, 160 Comejo. Martha Comman. Diane 14, 30, 33. 160 Comma n, Mrs, 32, 47 Comwell, Angela 20, 28, 176 Comwell, Stephanie 77 Cortez , Cortez . Liz 23, 160 louis 47, 53 cost. Sonstance 150, 176' Costa, Debbie 111 Costanza. Elizabeth 14, 160 Coster, D. 77 Costigan, Ann 160 Couch , Counsel Counsel Robin 77 ing Office 1, 45 ing Office 2. 45 126. 175 Coutin. Andrea 111, 160 Council, Marion Coutin. Bradley 18, 176 Craft, Cindy 77 Craft. David 160 Crandall, larry 176 Crandall. Lisa 176 Crandall, Melanis Crane. Kelcey 77 Craugh, Owen 77 Craugh, Patrick 176 Crawford. Susan 77 Cricca, J. 160 Criss. I. 50 Critchfield, Lori 77 Crockett, Tom 28, 40, 45, 48 Crossman, Charles 47, 52 Crossman. Thomas 61. 78 Crown, Janine 18, 26. 176 Crown, Wendy 20, 176 Crowther, Coach Blaine 124 Cruzalegue, Roberto CSF 30 Cullin, Mrs. Barbara 16, 47 Cullins, S. 128, 160 Cunha, Mario 160 Cunha, Patricia 176 Cunningham, D. 160 Cunningham, Robert 176 Cunningham, Shaun 176 Cunningham, Susan 160 Dawson, Scott Day, Cheryl 28, 111, 147, 152 nay. 1. iso Day, C. 145 D'Cru2, Ron 78 Dearbom, Gregory Decamillo, D. 160 Dechter, Bryan 22, 61, 160 Deeds, John 23, 176 Dehaas, 160 Dehrt, Patrice 176 Dekalb, Alan Delaney, Kelly 160 Delang, Owen Delcher, R. 24, 160 Del Guercio. Lisa 176 Dell, Doris 47, 52 Dellarto, Lori 20, 176 Demahia, D. Demattia, Doreen 78 Demattia, Paul 160 Demorest, Brian 130, 160 Demyon, Margaret 20, 176 Demyon, Mary 78, 153 Demyon, P. 147, 149 Deni, Patty 160 Denis, Debra 78 Denis, J. 160 Denison, Rhoda 111 Dennison, Mike 176 Denzler, Brian 176 Depew, Donald 188, 160 De Reyck, Patrick 78, 128 Derringer, Lisa 78 Dettman, Robyn 22, 61, 78 De Wolf, D. 28 Deveny. Carol 176 Deverich, Owen 119, 130, 160 Devich, Mona 20, 176 Dewberry, Sherry 160 De Wolf, Deanna 160 Diamond, Lisa 78 Diamond, Mark Diamond. Steven 20, 78 Diamond, Susan 176 Dickenson. Edwards 45. 48 Dickerson. Sandy 176 Dickson. Daniel 14, 18. 176 Dickstein, Lori 22, 78 Diefendorf, Donald 176 Diehl. William Diener, Tom 176 Dierkoph, Janet 78 Difilippo. Anthony 160 Digilio, Laura 160 Digilio, William Dillmann, Todd 160 Dillmar, R. 115, 117, 160 Dillon, Donna 18. 78 Dimino, Lori 78 Dimont. David 12, 176 Dinardo, Michael 16 Di Ponzio, John 49, 67, 136 Director of Auxiliary Services 45 Directors Office Dirkes, Lisa 145, 148, 176 Dirkes, Michael 79 Dlx. Ad1 160 Dlxon. Daw-n 160 Dobenter, Patricia 176 notary. Dune oobty, Mtetuet rm Doheny. Charles 45 Doherty. Kathleen 20. 30. 176 Doherty. Lyon 160 Doheny. Pat 79 Doheny. Patrick 160 ' Dolen. Gerald 79 Dolen. M. 160 Dolnick, Sherri 160 nomtttgu, Vlc 'ts Domlnlque, B. 160 Dominique. Pat 79 Donahoo. Steven 116 Done. Roben I Done. Tony 79 Donk1n, Annemarle 79 Doollttle. Jim 160 Dorenleld. Robyn 160 Dorfman. Alex 24. 176 Dorfman. Susan Dorsey. Joyce 160 Dougherty, Charles Douglas, Janet 79 Dowallby. Mark 176 Dowalivy. S. 55 Downey. Calla 20, 176 Doyle. M. ten Doyle, Susan 79 Dragan. Laura 79 Dragovlch, Nanette Drake, Barbara 79 Draper. Pamela 176 Dreyfuss. Amy 16. 28, 176 Dreyfus. Dave 176 Dreyer. Jan 119 Drill Team 14. 15 Droker. laura 176 Dntcker, Dehble 160 Dnrcker, Nell 176 Dntry , Joseph 48 Duane. Jeffery Dubell. Sandra Dublel. David 130. 176 ottbrtttky, P. Dudley. Kevln 14. 111. 160 Duffanl. Brian 79. 115 Duggar. Deanna 160 Duhrn, Dennls 160 Dulgeroff. Anthony 176 Dume. D. Dumoulln, Kathleen 12. 79 Dunlap. Susanne Dunlap. William 48, 176 Dunn. Cheri 79 Dunn, Ed 27, 45, 48 Dunn. Terl 79 Duque. John 160 Duvall. Kelth Duvall. Nancy 176 Dwight. Mark 176 Dwlght. Many 126. 176 Ellerrnan. Cindy 80 Ellingboe. Nancy 20. 176 Elllnboe. Stephen 130. 161 Ellingpsberg. R. 161 Elliott. Casey 80 Elllott. Deborah 152, 161 Elliott. Jack 19 Elliott, Kenneth Elliott. Mr. 55 Elliott. Paula 14. 21. 28. 80 Elllott. Phillip 14. 111, 176 Elliott. Tlna 22, 161 Elliot. Wanda 44. 45 Ellls. Andy Jim 161 Ellis. M. 176 Ellis. Robert Eliman. Gerry 176 Elser, Jill Elwood, Stacy 176 Emadl. Cy 161 Ember. Cynthia 16. 21. 28, 33. 71. 80 Ember. Tracy 176 Emerson, Joyce 80 Emerson, Keith 18 Emery. Doug 176 Emery. Lloyd 80 Endres. Dean 176 Engebresten. Collette 30, 80 Engebretsen, Corr1 176 Eppley. Robert Epstein, Janet 80. 161 Epstein. Jody 111 Epstein, Mark 59. 176 Epstein. Marsha 14. 176 Epstein. Michelle 176 Epstein. Nancy 23. 161 Epstein. Scott 37. 80. 121 Epsteln. Susan 176 Erdman. Linda 80 Erdlch. Mark 23. 176 Erhar. Anton 111 Dye. Judy 79 Dysart, Pamela 153. 176 E Eade. John 161 Earle, Rony 131, 161 Earle. Shawn 79 Eaton, Derek 39. 79 Eberhard. Michael Ebner. Beth 161 Edelman. Andrea 152. 161 Eddy . Eddy . D. 55 Lisa 176 Erlckson. John 128, 161 Erickson, Shelley 20. 176 Eriksson. Robert 130, 161 Erkus, Richard 45. 52 Erml. M. 118 Ervln. Dori 80 Ervlng. L. 16 Emest. Vanesa 59 Escalr, Cralg 176 Escatell, George Escatell. Isabel Eskelln, Wanen 127 Espinoza, Anlta B0 Ewen. Kirk 139. 176 Ester, Jerry 43. to Estrada. Ilene 161 Etezad. Mr. 26. 29. 49. 50 Evans. Christina 176 Evans. Dave 80. 148 Evanshen. Jackl 80 Evansmen. C. 161 Eve. Leslie 80 Everhart. William 161 Ewln. Lynette Ewing. H. 119 Ewing, Keith 80 Ewing. Kimberly 161 Ewing, Lindsay Eytchison. Rick 119. 128. 176 Eyrchlnson. Don 115 Ezersky. Mark 29. 161 F Faarl. Poly 115 Faben. D. Faber. Debbie 80 Faculty Council Edgar, Lisa 176 Edgar. Steve 79 Edinger. Steve 176 Edris. Mark 79 Fair. John 80 Fair. Karen 176 Fair. Lori Fair. Michael 119. 176 Falr. Robert 161 Fairless. Laura 161 Faitleson. Jeff161 Fajnor. Craig 123, 126. 176 Falk. Debra 15. 80. 90 Falk. Pam 80 Fall. Ellyn 81 Ehrhardt. Anton 14. 20, 21. 161 Edwards. Christopher 176 Edwards. Kevln 176 Edwards. Sandra 176 Edwards, Tanya 12. 79 Edwards. Terry 79 Edwards, Wllllam Egner. Kimberly 161 Ehlers. Bob Ehrhardt. Marius 80 Ehlhcts. Bob 80 Ehrlich, Karen 11. 111. me Elchanblart. Scott Ellers. Michael 80 Elsen. Mark 176 Eisenberg. Cynthia 176 Ek. C. 161 Elchyshyn. Eric 176 El Corazon li Edlcr. Steve Elias. Susan 161 Falllck. lawrence 161 Fanfassian. G. 138. 161 Fardl. Karen Fardy. Jill 15. 161 Fardy, Kari 30, 80 Fargo. Theresa 80 Farha. Katherine 32. 63, 147. Farha. Kelly3'.Z. 150. 161 Farm. Marcy161 Farr, Mary 80 Farren. Merritt 28, 29. 30. 32. Fazto, Steve 135, 161 Feb. Earl Fudek. Laura 81 153. 161 161 Fegiey. Richard 176 Feinman. Ira 81 Felnman. Todd 123. tts Feinstein. David 130. 161 Feldhake . Mr. 52 Feldman, Donna B1 Feldman. Joshua 18. 176 Feller. Suzanne 81 Fellman. Susanne 28. 33. 176 Felsman. BCUY 18. 81. 143.1-14.146 Fenton. Nicole 28. 81 Fenwick. Leon 52 Fenwick. Norma 53, 153 Fera . Ma rty 81 Ferguson. Frank 123. 128, 139, 161 Ferguson, Kendal 161 Ferguson. Robert 176 Ferguson. Susan 176 Femandez. Manuel 177 Ferra. John 177 Ferris, Arden 161 Field. Mara 81 Fields. Marti 16, 177 Fields, Rozalynne 81 Hema. Stacy 177 Flelds. Thomas 115. 161 Figueroa. Jaymee 81 Fincher. Mark 81 Flndl. Pam 25. 81. 145, 147. 149 Flndling. Rhonda 148. 150, 161 Flne. Ed Fine. Linda 161 Finkelstein. Danny 81 Finkelstein. Jane 177 Flnn. Christine 153. 161 Flnn. Joseph 81 Flnn. Kevin 177 Flnn. Mary 177 Flnocchlaro. Anne 39. 161 Flnocchlaro. Mary Jo B1 Flnoccluaro, C. 16 Floranl, John 177 Fiore . A.55 Flnh, Andy 81 Flschler. Gale 177 Flschler. Lisa 14, 18. 28, 111, 177 Fish. B. 119 Flschli. Dolores 48. 49. 53 Fish. Joseph 177 Fish, Lisa 161 Fisher. Gregory Fisher. Jeff 108 Fisher, Julianne 161 Fisher, Karen 161 Flsher, Laurie 81 Fisher, Paul 119, 137 Fishman, Sheryl 81 Fishman. Steven 177 Fiske. Robert 161 Fltton. David 177 Flack, Deborah 18. 24. 26. 28. 177 Flavin, Mitchel 81 Flavin. Shannon 118 Flavln. Steve 118 Fleishman. Jaml161 Fleischman. Shari 81 Flelschman. Steve 139. 161 Fleser. April 16. 21. 28. 30. 32. 33. 81 Fleury. Jeanie 177 Flickinger. Derek Flint. Catherine 177 Flint, Doug 81 Flores, Chris 161 Floyd. Connie 177 Flucke. Diane 177 Fontaine, Deborah 15. 81 Fontaine, Dennis 161 Fontaine, Diane 177 Forbes. Jeffrey B1 Forbes. Michelle 177 Ford. Cathy 177 Ford. Janice 18, 28. 177 Forman, Robin 161 Fortln, larry 177 Fonunoff. Lori 177 Fosse. D. B1 Foster. Barbara 28. 177 Foster. C. 55 Fountain. Kimberly 177 Fowler, Lee 82 Fowler. Rob Fox. Susan 82 Foxall. Stacy 82 Foxworthy. Robin 152. 177 Fralter. Debra 20. 21. 22. 109 Fram. Judlth 82 Francisco. Christopher 109 Frank. B. 177 Frank. Linda 82 Frank, Robert 161 Frank. Robert S. 161 el. Anthony 20. 21. 22 Frank Frankel. M. 130 Frankle. Jra 161 Frazer. Pamela B2 Fredgant. Daniel 161 rteattett. Maur 45 Freed. laurance 82 Freedman. 111101103 32 Freedman. Thomas 161 Freeman. Barbara 177 Freeman, GIGS 24 ' 177 Freeman. James 118. 177 Freeman. JOD 151 Freeman. Mark 177 Freeman. Tlmot.hy 177 Freeman, Vlclti 12. 40. 82 Freldman. Roger Frelllng. Dori 21, B2 Frelgtag. sob 161 Freitag. Robert French Club 26 Freundlich. Alisa 161 Friday. Laurie 177 Fridman. C. Fried, Karen 28 Fried, Steve 82 Frledland, Ronald 161 Friedman. Alan 20. 21. 22 Friedman, Cindy 21. 25. 161 Friedman, Dana 82 Friedman. Gary 177 Frledman, Joseph 161 Friedman. Karen 177 Friedman. Linda 149. 177 Friedman. Ron 21. 161. 177 Friedman, Shelley 177 Frleman. Alan 82 Fries. Leigh 15. 161. 165 Frisch, Cathie 82 Frisch. Linda 14. 20, 111. 177 Fritz, Llnda 161 Frltz, Terrall 177 Froch. Michael 18, 177 Fntmkln, Nell 177 Fuchs. Donna 32. 82 Fuchs. Emie Fujlkawa, Lori 161 Fujlmoto. Joann 82 Fuller. Bunon 82 Futtemtan, Gary 177 G GAA Board Gage. R1ck A. 82 Gaines, Eric P. 82, 115 Galalf. Daniel 12, 110, 177 Galasso, Rodney 117. 161 Galletly. David P. 27. 29. 161 palllen. J. 177 Gam, Gregory S. 38, 161 Gandell, Paul 83 Gannon. Kathleen 16. 161 Gansrle. Robert 177 Garcia, Robin M. 82 Gardner, Liese 30. 161 Garey, Jean 28. 82 Garey, JeIf137. 161 Garfinkel, Doug 27, 30. 82 Gardfalo, Angela Gardner. L. 13. 32 Gardner. John 118. 177 Gayle, Garrls Garrls. Nicholas 13, 76. 111 Garrlty. Kelly A . Garrity, Kery 82 Gaston, James 177 Gaw. Greg 23 Geddry. Dennls 177 Gehl, Joanne 82 Geller. Michael 130. 177 Gentzler. Tamara 152, 177 George. John 21. 161 George, Patti 83 Georgens, Marjorie 26, 177 Georgens. Mary 30. 83 Gerboth. Don 29, 130, 177 Gerboth. J. 55 Gerin. Stacy 177 Germain. Marla 83 Gerstenfeld. Brad 161 Gerston. Brian 177 Gettle. Rollin 119. 142, 177 Geules. Dean 161, 176 C-evunz. Greg 177 Giancanelll. Sklp 51, 115 Gianna. Sheri 177 Gianni, Pamela 83 Giardina. Phyllls161 Gibbs. David 83, 130 Gibson. Mlchacl161 Gidding, Dave Gigante. Joya 152. 161 Glkas, Kathy 15, 33 Gikas. M. 55 Glkas. Xenophen119. 128, 177 Gllbert. Shawn B3 Gilbert, Terri 21, 161 Gilbert, Tony 177 Gill. John 83, 123 Gill, Sa Gillen. Gillen. ndra 18. 159, 161 Kelli 177 Laura 83 Gillespie. Janice 83 Gillespie, Joyce 177 Gillespie, Sylvie 22, 83 Gillon . Stephen 14, 16, 18. 111, 167 Gilly, Lisa 177 Gingrich, Scott 27, 83. 128. 130 Gingrich, Steve 119, 161 Ginsburg, Tobi 161 Girard. David 83. 128 Gladser. Susan 83 Gladstone. B. 55 Gladstone, Wendi 161 Glaser. Stephani 161 Glass. S. 55 Glaxo, Rod 115 Glazier. Cheryl 177 Glazier, Michael 83 Gleave, Sharon 161 Gleave. Steve 161 Glick, Adam 161 Glick. Linda 83 Glocer, Alan 25, 83 Glocer. Gary 161 Gluck, Lori 177 Goebel. Robert 83 Goetze, Mike 162 Greene, Buddy 135 Greene. Kelly 23, 84 Greene, Michael 136 Greene, Michelle 177 Greene, Robert 84. 135 Greene. Roger 18. 111 Greene, Susan 177 Greenspan, Dorothy 84 Greenwalt, Dana 177 Gregory, Doug L. 162 Gregory. Keith 32. 84, 70 Gregus, N. 162 Grendahl. Virginia 14, 48, 150 Griego. Karen 84 Grielson. J. 162 Griffin Griffin . Cynthia 152, 162 . James 119. 130. 177 Griggs. Beth 131. 177 Grillo, Colleen 162 Grinda. Debra 111, 162 Griswold. Russell 20, 21 Grober, Elise 77 Grober. Jeffery 138. 162 Grober, Jeffery 162 Grobisen. Manin 177 Grochalski, Loretta 177 Grogan. Michael 177 Grodin, Marie 21, 84 Grone, Jay 162, 177 Grone, Jo Gronnegaard, Pia 26, 85 Grose. Janella 21. 162 Goffman. Milt 51, 53, 128. 130. 152 Goldberg, Eric 83, 123 Gold. Dorthy 162 Goldberg, David Goldberg, Tobi 177 Goldberg. Tracey 162 Goldbloom, Lori 162 Golden. Dori 83 Golden. Jerry 177 Goldfield, Bryan Goldman. Brian 83 Goldman, J. 177 Goldman. Kim 177 Goldman. Suzanne 177 Goldschen. Roberta 162 Goldsmit.h. Merry 162 Goldsmith, Dick 26. 45, 50 Goldsmith. Mr. 26, 45, 50 Goldstein, Steve 177 Goldwasser, Jonathan 134, 177 Gomes. Jim 162 Gomes, Richard 25, 127. 162 Gomez, Gail 83 Gonazales, Catherine 162 Gonzales. John 50 Gonek. Frances 83 Gooch. Corliss 162 Goodie, Thomas Goodman, Amy 28 Goodman. Andrew 14, 84, 111 Goodman, Antltony 29. 177 Goodman. E. 55 Goodman, Irma 54 Goodman. Michael 119, 127, 177 Goodman, T. 177 Goodside. Lenn 23, 38. 84 Gordon, Aaron 39, 130 Gordon. Deidre 28. 30, 32, 150. 162 Gothar. Linda 177 Gould. Harry 32, 33, 84 Gould, Jan 84 Gould. Julie 84 Gould, Suzanne 30, 84 Gourgouris. Christine 20. 149, 162 Govaerts, Manin 162 Gowe, Rick 84 Gozur. Rick Graaf, Cathy 32, 37. 84 Grab, Margie 84 Grady. John 84 Graetch. Julie 177 Graham. Steve 118, 137, 177 Granger, Debbie 25, 84, 149 Grant, Susan Grant. Tami 177 Graves, Brent 84 Gray. Kathy 84 Gray, Kristine 162 Gray, Michael 84 Gray, Richard 114, 115, 117. 142 Graziano, Chris 84 orb, George eo, 49, sa Grosher, Cynthia 85 Gross. Susan 162 Grossman, Glen 85 Grossman. Mark 177 Grossman, Stephanie 152, 178 Grover, Patti 85 Grunurg. Anders 178 Gninewald, Ulla 85 Grusltin, Susan 28, 30, 32, 150. 162 Guerrero. Carlos 19, 162 Guggenmoss, Shirley 55 Guinney. Eric 178 Gulbrandsen, Kevin 29, B5 Gulbrandsen, Randal 178 Gulvin, Susan 178 Guxstein. Lorrained 16, 33, 85 Gustafson, Dave Gustafson, Mary 162 Gulh. Sheri 162 Guthrie. Kevin 85 Gutienez, Curtis 131 Gutierrez, Cynthia 85, 162 Gysin, Laurie 16, 26, 162 H Haas. Paul 131. 178 Haberman, Laurie 162 Haberman, Pamela 178 Hacken, Carla 178 Hacken, Lawrence 85 Haeder, Michelle 85 Hafner. Bron 162 Hager, Judit.l1 23. 162 Hagerman. laurie 85. 146 Haight. Steve 85. 138 Hake, Audrey 48 Hake. Clifford 23. 85 Hake, Douglas 18, 30, 131. 178 Hakomaru, Masanori 85 Hale, Glenda Hall. Steven 178 Hall, Terry 162 Hallas. Daryl 85 Hallman. Sue 162 Halloran, Michael 162 Haltzman, Alana Hamilton, Lisa 162 Hamilton. Vicki Hammett, J. 162 Hammond, Laurie 85 Hammond. Susan 178 Hampar, Audrey 85 Hanchett, Neville 178 Hanchett, Peter 85 Hand, Russell 162 Handgis, Magaret 178 Handgis, Mark 85 Haney, Rory Hang, R. 162 Hanna. Kathy 85 Hannifin, Patricia 85 Harding, P. 55 Harding. Pat Hare, H. 16 Hargraves, Paul Hargrove. Todd 115 Harkavy, Diane 162 Harkavy, Steve 162 Harker. Cindy 13. 86 Harker. Scott 178 . Harms. David B6 Harrer, Lori 86 Han'is, Andrea 86 Harris. Gail 33 Harris, Greg Harris, Janet 178 Harris. John 19. 26 Harris, Keith 86 Harris, Kellie 178 Harris. Kirk 86 Harris, Marie 26, 50. 53 Harris, Roben 86 Harris, Shelley 178 Harrisberg, D. 124 Harrisberger. Ken 162 Harrison, David 118. 162 Harrison. Judy 48 Harrison. Kathy 86 Harrison, Marianne 178 Harriss, Craig 162 Haus, Karen 86 Hart. Heidi 33, 178 Hart, M. 55 Harte, Cathy 86 Haney, Cindy 178 Hartkem. Jeffery 162 Hartzler, Douglas 178 Haskins. Jeralee 178 Hason. Steven 162 Hasson. Morris 14. 111, 178 Harley, Dawn 162 Hauber. Michael Haueter, Brian 86 Hause, Maryann 178 Hausman. Loretta 178 Hauerty. Alfred 52 Havrilak, Paul 86 Hawes, Eric 162 Hawken. Donald 14. 111, 178 Hawkins. James 178 Hawkins. Stefi 178 Hayes. Alsom 162 Hayes. Lisa 162 Hayward, Sally Headtick. Lisa 178 Headtick. Robyn 162 Heah, P. 162 Healy. Patrick 137 Hecht. Laurie 86 Hecht, Tracy 178 Hechtman, Dan 86 Hecker, Bruce 86. 115 Heel. Roben 13 Heinman. John 54 Held, Lee 130. 167 Helfinstein, Susan 162 Helman, Andrew 139. 178 Hench, Cynthia 86 Henderson, Janet 86 Henderson. Lisa 162 Hendick. Robyn 39 Hendrix, Cheryl 86 Heninger, Kellylee 86 Hennessy, Colleen 86 Henrickson, Laurie 178 Henrickson, Theresa Hering, Robert 162 Hernandez. Steven 27. 178 Hitzman. Joe 87, 109 Hitzman. Michelle Hoche. Cathleen 26. 28. 153. 162 Hoche. Diane 14. 26. 111.178 Hodracek, Peggy 87 Hoemer, Glenn 162 Hoemer, Ronnie 87 Hoffman. D. 178 Hoffman. J. 178 Hoffman, Lori 178 Hoffman. Mike . Hoffman, S. 12. 20. 21. 22. 24. 61 Hofhine. G. 30. 40. 45. 48 Hogan, Lisa 162 Hogstrom. Melisa 163 Holden. Joan 45 Holland, Tammy Hollander. Roger 87 . 127 Holmberg. M. 32. 87 Holmes, Phillip 87 Holt, Rick 119, 178 Holt. Sally 163 Holtby. Jon 87, 130 Holtby. Vicki 163 Holtman. Neil 127 Holtz. Cindy 87 Holtzman, M. 153. 178 Holwager. Susan 163 Hom, Faren 163 Homb, Keith 14. 111, 178 Home, Keith Honey. David 87 Honick. Craig 119. 130 Honner, C. 163 Hooker, Debbie 87 Hoper. Elizabeth 178 Hoot. Erica 163 Hoover. Kim Hopkins, l.ance 87 Hooper. John 48 Hom. Donna 178 Hom, Eric 119. 142, 163 Hom. Geoff 87, 114. 115 Homing, Diane 87 Homyak. Gary 115. 130, 131. 178 Homyak. Steven 130. 163 Horwitz. J. B 23 Horowitz, Jill 24 Horowitz. Laurie 163 Hon, L, 163 Honon. Sally 22. 163 Horwitz, Andra 163 Horwitz. Jacob 163 Horwitz. Jill 163 Hoskins. Karen 149. 178 Hoss, Linda 87 Houchin, Evelyn 178 Hough , Houriga Houriga Houriga House o 30 Housem Lisa 87, 130 n. Bill 178 n. Michael n, William f Representatives an. Dirk 135. 163 Houston. David 178 Houston. Kendal 18 Houston, Michael 178 Howard Howard , Robert 163 . Scott 29. 32. 33.134, 163 Hraca, Kim 87 Hsu, Emily 28, 32, 88 Hubbard, David 126. 178 Hubbard. Joe 123. 163 Hubbard, Terry 178 Huber. Grace 163 Huber. Hal 87 Huber. Thomas 178 Herndon, Yvette 178 Herte. Robert 178 Hersh, Marc 119, 137. 142 Hersh. S. 130 Herzog, Joel 21. 178 Hiatt. Michael 162 Hibler, Lydia 178 Hickerson, Patricia Hickerson, Richard 86 Hickey. Chris 86 Higgs, Billie 55 Hildebrandt, Cari 178 Hill. Cheryl 178 Hill, Joseph Hill Mark Hill Michael 86 Hill William 86 Hillas, Dino 26 Huberman. Mrs. 28. 48 Huffaker, David 29. 163 Huffaker, Michael 126. 178 Huffman. Kurt 163 Hughes, Brian 14, 18, 178 Hughes, John Hughes, Ellen 178 Hughes. Lisa 12. 163 Hulutt Hulett Hulsey Hulsey . Scott 163 . Stewart 178 ,Deanna 87. 145. 148 . Lisa 178 Humphrey, Jeff 23. 30, 130, 178 Hunt, Hunt. Hunt. Hunt. Hunt. Brian 178 Christina 87 Dan Kathleen B7 L.aura Green, Debbie 37 Green, Harvey 52, 137 Green, Michael 18, 29, 111. 177 Green. Susan 162 Greenapple. SCO!! 54 Greenberg, Diane 162 Greenberg. Judith 177 Greenberg. Laura 84 Greenberg, Mark 84, 130 Greenberg, Dawn 177 Hansen, Christian 85 Hansen. Cynthia 162 Hanson, Damon 126. 178 Hansen. Kun 162 Hansen, Toni 86 Hansen, Jackie 86 Hanson, Shelene 86 Hantsch. Jim 86 Harding. Jeff 86 Hillig, Erich 14. 162 Hillman,-Derek 184. 178 Hillman, Kristy 86 Hillman, William1'l8 Hilts. Karen 162 Hirsch, Adrienne 87 Hirsch. M, 87 Hirsch. Steve 178 Hitner, Karen 87 Hunter, Mark 87 Hurley. Robcrt137, 178 Hurowitz. Jerry 163 Hurt. Terry 19 Hutcheson, Doreen Hutchins. Donald 19, 179 Hyams, Kurt 179 Hyman, Jeffrey 179 Hyman. Marla 163 n. Bruce 115. 163 Kent, Amy 15. 163 Kesterson, Karen 22. 164 Levin Linda 90 4 I lacobellls, Sam 87 lmel, Faye lnatomi. Carol 179 lnfuso. Rosalie lnouye. Sheryl 15, 163 Isaac . Israel . lsrael . Israel , lzenbe I lackso Jackson Jackson Barbara 20, 179 Andrea 163 Eric 87 Marcia 179 rg, bevvi 163 . Danny 179 . Darcl Jackson, Douglas 179 Jackson. Lee 87 Jacobs, A. 28 Jacobs, Craig 126, 163 Jacobs, Deborah 179 Jacobs. Linda Jacobs, Steve Jacobson. Mark 87 Jaffe. Brian Jaffe, Jerilyn 20, 179 Jaffe, Stuan 31. 87 Jamba, Jody 28. 31. 87 James, Donald 179 James. Robert 87 Jamieson. Alison 20. 179 Jamison, Martha 179 Jamison, Mlchael 163 Jaramilla, John 119. 179 Jastrow. Steven 163 Jaslnskl. Greg Jaszkowlak, Steven 163 Javitz, Mark 19, 33. 163 Jeffras, Tracy 14. 21, 163 Jenkins, Cynthia 14. 111 Jennings. Kelly 130, 179 Jensen, Cindy 163 Jensen. Junne 49 Jensen, Niels 12, 88 Jensen. Steve 117. 142 Jewell, Eugene 179 Jewett. Andy 88 Jewett. Karen 19, 163 Jimenez, Sylvia 28, 163 Joers. John 179 Johnson. Carl 163 Johnson. Cherl 179 Johnson. Corey 88 Johnson . Johnson. Denise 33, 149 Johnson. Jeff 88 Johnson. Kristine 179 Johnson. Leill Johnson, Lorrls Johnson. Mary 163 Johnson, Michele 163 Johnson. Richard 51, 53 Johnson, Robert 179 Johnson. Sheldon 179 Johnson. Tracy 149, 179 Johnston, Margaret 88 Johnston, Peggy 28 Jolly . Jones . Jones. Jones . Jones . Jones. Jones. Jones . Jones . Jones. Jones. Jones. Jones . Margaret 179 Craig 31, 88 Chris 163 Dwight 21. 179 Helen 88 James 14. 163 Jocelyn 128, 179 Lisa 21, 28, 163 Lynn 163 Maryanne 54, 55 Randolph 41, 126. 179 Russ 163 Seward 88 Jordan . Jeff 88 Jordan . Jordan . Jordon . Jordon . Jorgens Jorge ns Jorge ns Julie 163 Mary 54 James 179 Pamela 179 . M. 150 on. Jay 179 on. Jo Ann 88 Jorjorian. George 52 Judy, Mary 18. 179 Jurkofsky, Dawn 28, 163 K Kahn. Jcff Kahn, Kathy 179 Kalstnan, Lisa 98 Kaminski. Arthut179 Kamradt, Denisc1S. 163 Kane, Aprill-16. 163 Kane. Coll-zen. 146 Kane. Kcllyiti, 153, 179 Kanncl. Alan 179 Kaplan, Bonnie 163 David 88. 114. 115. 117. 136. 163 Kaplan. Caryn 179 Kaplan, Jeff 88 Kaplan, Jeff 163 Kaplan, Louis 88 Kaplan, Richard 123. 126. 179 Kaplan, Tina 179 Kappico. Mark 88 Kares, Kelly 163 Karlton, Julia 179 Kamosh. Kyle 88 Karp. Lisa 23, 163 Karp, Sherri 179 Kasai, Kelvin 88 Kasch, Brian 88 Kasha, Laura 25 Kass, Daniel 29, 163 Katterfield, Karin 163 Katz. Alan Katz. Linda 179 Katzen, Beth Katzenberg, Ronald 163 Katzin. J ulie 179 Kaudet. John Kaufman, Darrell 163 Kaufman, Julie 152, 179 Kazarian. Mike 124. 163 Kealy, John Keating. Brian 163 Keating, Janet 26, 88 Keegan, Anne Keegan, Marye 179 Keenan, Bridget 12, 88, 110 Keenan, Jay 21. 163 Keene, Scott Keff, Jane 163 Kehoe, Raymond 163 Kelly, Ann Marie 163 Kelly, Barbara 15, 88 Kelly, Rebecca 179 Kempf, Dawn 88 Kendal, William 163, 178 Kendrick. Kelly Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy . Alvin 179 . Cheryl 12, 28. 144. . G. 89 . Keith 130, 199 . Mike 37, 89 . William Kerber, Christopher 89. 136 Kerecnan, Linda 179 Kern. Teri 179 Kerness, Kerr. C. Kemess. Bonnie 89 164 Randy res Kerns. Vince 179 Kerr. Floyd 164 Kemodle . James 147 , 152 . 163 Klemm. Robbie 179 Klisman. Richard us. 179 Kirchen. Lisa Kluck. Tamara 89. 149 Knapp, Diane 15, 89 Knechtli. Dan Kneer, Kerry 164 Knight, Lisa 164 Knight, Rebecca 16. 21, 89 Knight, Shelly 179 Knizek. Barry 179 Knizek. Bret 89 Knowlton. Lynda 179 Knowlton. P. 55 Knox, Barbara 179 Koch, Brian 89 Kochheim, Thomas 22, 89 Kodimer, Gayle 179 Koe, R. 135, 179 Kohl, Donald 179 Kohnen, Kevin 164 Koket, Ellise 130 Kolbe, K. 127 Kopelow, Jeff 164 Koppelman. Howard 164 Kopelow. Jeff Kopulsky, Jack 22, 61, 89 laappalainen. K-Hi 90 tariviere, Brian1'.Z3. ran. 180 LaRosa. Elizabeth 90, 153 Lakosa. Gayle 16, 164 Larsen. Laurie 55, 154 Larson. Annette 90 Larson. Christine 16, 21, 33. 90, Larson laarson Larson Larson Lame. , Eric 90 , Gregory 25. 127, 164 . Patricia 20. 28. 151, 180 . Sheryl 21 Susan 180 Lasarge. Lisa 164 Laswel l. Tracy 180 Latham. Kenneth 180 Koppelman. Jackson 115 Kopulsky, Michele Kordahl, John Korduner. David 180 Korduner. Saul 89, 115 Kotetz. Kort, S Kosmic Koster. Kosztic Sharon 180 tephanie 164 ke. John Daryl s. J. 55 Kowalick. Patrick Kouby. Dana 180 Kozmovsky, Alex Kosmovsky, Tania Kraft. Kevin 180 Krajewski. Sheri 164 Kramer, Marcelline 111, 159, 164 Kramer, Michael 164 Kramer, Pam 180 Kramer. Randy 164 Krane. Stephanie 24. 28. 30, 89, 164 Kraus, Gary 29, 32. 89 Kesterson, Kevin 89, 164 Ketaily, Mike 114 Ketcher. Kyrie 179 Keyser, Kenneth 179 Khan. Mary 164 Kidder, Bill 164 Kimbrel, Greg 123, 179 Kimura. Donna 49, 144, 145, 147 King, Christina 14. 18, 28. 111, 146. King. Daniel 179 King, Jenny King, Mitchell 25, 89 King, Nancy 179 King, Randy 89 King, Suzanne 179 King, Tamara 89 Kingloff, Darin 164 Kings, Courier 13 Kinnaird. Karen 164 Kinnary. Maribeth 179 Kinsella, Lianne 179 Kinzer, Scott 30. 89. 123, 128 Kippleman, H. Kirchen, Lisa 16, 28. 164 Kirchick. Alan 1674 Kirsch, Lisa 26, 179 Kirschner, Darian Kish. Mark Kitching. James 50, 158 Klacka, Robert 89 Klaidman, Matt 179 Klanfer, David Klavik, Kris Klein. Klein. Klein. Klein. Klein. Klein. Klein. Alan 164 Craig 89 Debbie 22. 164 Jeffery 179 Jennifer 164 Josh 112 Scott Klcinberg. Alan Kleinert. llenc179 Klcinman. Susan 179 Klcinschmidt. John 179 Klcinschmidt, William 1 Kraus, Mark 131. 180 Kravitz. Cathy 164 Kremicki. Jeffery 164 Kremicki. Jerrold 164 Kresner. Marsha 164 Krieger, Rick 180 Krohn, Laura 180 Krone. Neal 164 Krongold, Steve 14. 164 Kropfl, Jeanette Kroviak, Michael 180 Krug, Lenard 89, 144, 148 Krupp. Gene 130, 180 Kruss, Karen 180 Kruss. Michael 164 Kubes, Steven 180 Kubica, Cheryl 19, 26. 164 Kudler, Steven 164 Kuchne, Dale 180 Kullberg, David 164 Kuncir. Eric 14, 180 Kuronen, S. 164 Kurte, Eric 164 Kuryla. Stephen 180 Kuykendall, Kevin 130, 179 Kuber, Peggy L Labarge, Karen 14.18, 21, 28, 90, 1 Lacamara, Laura 164 Ladies 28 Ladin. Joseph 26, 180 Laing. David 90 Laing, Laura 180 Lake, Greg 18 lale. Edward Lale. Scott 130, 164 Lallone. Keith 139, 180 Lamar, Lori 164 Lamb. Alice 14, 111. 180 Lamb, Richard 14. ao, 111 Lamb. Suzette 14, 164 Landon, Merrilee 180 Landry, D. 180 Lane, Mark 41. 180 lang, Richard 90. 180 Lange. Lavaun 48 Langford, Jeff 130, 164 Langford. Kenneth 90 Langford. Mark Langinger. Roben 164 laanoil, Bruce 21. 22, 29. 164. 167 Lantz. Antony 14. 22, 164 Latin. Michael 32, 59, 90 Latta. Julie 164 Lauletta, David 130. 164 Laurion. Christopher 180 Lauritzen. Donna 90 Lauritzen, Jim 180 Lavnius. Sandy 164 Lawrence. Christopher 90 Lawrence, David 90 Lawrence, Mark 119. 180 Lawrence, Michael 27. 180 lazor. Beverly 19, 164 Leabeater, Patricia 164 Leavitt, ward 136, 180 Lee, C. Lee, Chu Yop 90 Lee, Marilyn 164 Lee, Mi Kyong 180 Lee. Susan 111. 164 Lee, Teri 180 Leech, Robin 180 Leedy, Dawn 180 Lees, Andrea 180 Leff, Howard 180 Lefitz. Daniel 14, 111. 180 Lefitz, Randy 90, 130 Leider, Ricky 90 Leifer. David 164 Leighty, Cindy 164 Lemberg, Steven 164 Lemley, Teresa 180 Lemmon. Steven 118 Lenhart, Cheryl 147, 175, 180 Leonard, Timothy 128, 180 Leonard, Vicki 164 Leroy, Michelle 180 Leshin, Dede 164 Leskys, Algirdas 180 Lesonsky, Sherri 164 Lester. Darcy 180 Levenson, Stuart 164 Leventhal, Jessie Levin Levin Mark 164 . Cheryl 164 Levey. Lori 147. 164 C S Levin on . Deanne 164 Levinson, Lisa 180 Levinthal, Linda 150, 164 Levy, sin Levy, Burt 90, 115, 116 Levy. Carol 90 Levy. Jan 148, 150, 180 bevy, Jeff 90, 180 Levy. Lonna 180 Levy. Mark 90 Levy, Ron 90, 180 Levy, S. 55 Lewis. Jeanette 14, 111. 180 Lewis, Merren 164 Lewis, Susan 90 Lewis, Suzanne 28. 90. 164 Ley, Robert 164 Leyton. Matthew 90, 134 Lezak. Jeffery 25. 91, 127 Libby, Barbra 180 Libby, Mark Lichtman. Susan 91 Lichterman. Eddi 148. 164 Lieberman, Nancy 91 Liebet, Cathy 180 Lightner. Robin 164, 179 Like. Angela Lincors, David Linehan, Tim Lincoks. David 164 Linehan, Tim 164 Linick . Michael 14, 111. 180 Linstrom. Michael 180 Lintz, Tmdi Lippm Lippm an. Laura 14. 30, 165 371. Linda 14, 180 UPPUner, Hans Lisa. Curtis Lisciandro. James 180 Liscr, C. 165 Litberg, Lan-y 165 Litt, J anis 165 Littenberg. David 165 1 Little, Susan 91 Littman, Julie 165 Litwal-t, Celine Livingston, Caryn 14, 111, 180 Lloyd, Peggy 91 Loge, Ingo 165 Logue. Jenni 91 Lnle, Ed 164 Lombard, Lawrence 14, 111. 165 London, Dana 22, 28, 91 Long, Paul 28, 180 bong, Susie 91 Long, Thomas 180 Longaker, Lorrie Looper, Joanne Lopez, Mark 180 Lopez. Ramona 165 Loppnow, Jeff Lnrch, Gary 22. 29, 165, 179 Lorch, Scott 22, 33. 91 Loren, Anthony 180 Loren, Christina 27, 91 Lorenz, Tania 165 Loriline, Rita 19 Loser, Ellen 153, 180 Louailler. Frederick 23. 31, 165 Lfoughlin, Casey 180 Lovett, Keith 91 Manley, Jim 92 Manley, Mary Manly, Vemon 52 Mankin, Cheryl 165 Mann, E. 92 Mann, Lori 19 Mann, Michele 92 Mannett. Ms. 27, 28, 50 Manning, Curtis 92, 128 Manning, Michelle 181 Mano, John Mansfield, Scott 22, 29, 92 Marantz, Gary Marchant, Paul 24, 93 Marchant, Rochelle Marchetti, Michelle 18, 139 Marchese, Robert 53 Marcione, Glenn 115, 130 Marcus. Rene 136. 165 Marcus, T. 165 Marcus, Leslie 93 Marder, Arlene 50 Marder, Neal 136, 165 Mares, Brian 93. 130 Margerum, Julie 18, 181 Margerum, Kris 93, 138 Margolis, Richard 128, 165 Mari, John 93, 119 McKenna, Michael 92, 109 McKenzie, Doug 136, 165 McKinney, Blythe 92 McKirahan. John 118. 181 McKirahan, Paul 92 McKnight. Deboiah 165 McMullen, Marlene 50. 155 McMullin, Michael 92, 130 McMurray. Darren 165 McMurray, Jenni 92 McMurray, Ron 181 McNamara, Dan 92 McNamara. Kathy 181 McPherson. Barbra 165 McPherson, Claire 92 McPherson, Joanne 165 McShane, Mike 136, 165 Meacham, Dena 93 Meadows, George 30 Meadows. Linda 165 Mechanic, Lennie 165 Medica, Donna 181 Mednick, David 181 Mednick, Lisa 93 Mednick, Lori Medveci, Annette 20, 153, 131 Meehleis, Heidi 93 Meehleis, Paul 181 Lovett , Stanford 165 Lnvolt, Sheryl 180 Lowry, Bobbie Jean 91 Lozon. Jon 91 Lucas, Howard 91 Luce. Melissa 165 Mariol. Rashell 165 Maris, Keith 181 Maris, Kenny 165, 180 Marko, Carol 93 Marko, Mary 165 Marko. Patricia 181 Ludowitz. John 41, 180 Ludowitz. Larry 91 Ludwig, Marla 165 Luethy, Kirk 91. 111. 114, 115, 142 Luloff, Lynne 180 Lundgren, Barry Lunog. Michael 165 Lunog, Terrie 91 Marlow, Lisa 181 Marks, Hal 118 Marmat, R. 181 Marone, Wendy 93 Marquez. D. 165 Marquez, Mary Monica 14. 111. 165 Marrero, Dwayne 181 Marrett, Randall 165 Lupoff, Dave 165 Lydestrom, Lisa 91 Lyman, Randall 14, 18, 111, 165 Lynch, Peggy 180 Lyons. Edward 115, 165 Lyons, Robert 118. 181 Lyons, Robert 130, 181 Lyter, Kenneth 165 Lyter, Scott 181 M Marriott, Kelly 93 Mars, Karen Marsell, Kathy 26 Marsh , Stewart 93 Marshall, Karen 165 Martens. Daniel 181 Manin. Andrew 93 Martin, Dennis 29. 165 Martin. George 51, 128, 130, 131 Martin Martin . Gregory 181 , Joseph 181 Martin, Phil 26, 128 Matrin, Steve 181 Mabe. Linda 165 Macadam, James 118, 128, 181 Macaulay, Gregg 91 Maceri, C. 91 Mackay, Debra 91 MacLeod, Gary 165 MacLeod, Kenneth 91 MacNeil, Robert 91 Madan, Powan Meader, Michelle Maggie, Steve 181 Magic, Club 24 Magidow, Pamela 153, 181 Magoney. James 181 Magoney. Richard 92 Mahoney, Tim 165 Maiden. John 181 Main. Brain 92 Main, Martian 119, 181 Malang. Craig 23, 165 Malang 55 Malanga, Mike 181 Malconian, Karen 181 Malikowski, Frank 165 Malin. Debra 165 Mallen. Barry 165 Malitsky, Tod 22, 92 Malkerson, Merrill 50 Malley, Brent 12, 139, 165 Mallon, Doulas 21, 22, 165 Mallory, Daynal Mallory, Marian 21, 165 Mallory, Walter 165 Mallory, Willeam Malone. Peggy 30, 33, 92 Malony K. 144 Maltb, L. 181 Maltzman, Alana 15, 28, 29, 99 Manahan, Debbie 92 Manahan, Tom 181 Mandel, Cher 92 Mandel. Debra 181 Mandeson, Erin 181 Mandeson. Jill 92 Mandilian, L. 165 Maness, Grgory 165 Maness, Timothy Maney, Christine 28, 58, 173, 181 Manley, Barbra 181 Manley, Bob 118, 181 Mascaro, Tino 181 Mason, C. 50 Masters, M. 165 Matorin, Margo 181 Matson, Greg 165 Matson, D. 55 Matsukas, Anthony 22, 93 Matsunaga. Lesile 165 Matuzak, T. 181 Mau, Valerie 21, 165 Mauriello. Tami 111, 165 Maurer, Mike 130, 181 Mayer, Mark 165 Mazer. Rochelle 24, 181 Mazcowkie, Zero 22 Mazurek, Cheryl McCabe, Jim McAlevey, L. 165 McAllister, Neil 128. 130, 165 McAllister, Steve 127, 181 McCann. Catherine 165 McCarthy, Edward 45 McClary, Cindy 33, 91 McClellan, Claudia 181 McCleery, Nancy 91 McClellan, Kathleen 19, 91 McClung, Brian 24. 26, 181 McColly, Gregg 165 ,I McColly, Patrick 181 McCormick. Bridget 181 McCoy, Jean 22, 165 McCullough, Donna 181 McCullough. Jason 165 McDaniel A. 165 McDonald. Ted 181 McElron, Angel 181 McFarland, Julie 92 McFarland, Peggy 181 McGarry, John McGarry, Monica 181 McGill. James 165 McGinley. John 181 McGinn, Elizabeth 92 McGinn, Sean 128, 165 McGowan, D. 92 McGuire, Patricia 165 McKay, Andrew 181 McKee, David 130. 165 McKee, Robert 92 Meek, Gary 14, 18, 181 Meek, Laurie 20. 21, 22. 30, 61, 93, Melendez. Timothy 14, 111, 165 Melgun, Elizabeth 166 Melillo, Todd 93 Meloeny. Jana Meloeny, Jennifer 15, 93 Melveny, Jana Menin, Hugh 181 Menin, Many 41 Merces, R. 115 Merrick, Denise 181 Merrifield. Jeannie 166 Merrill, Robin 93 Merritt, Randy 137 Merry, Craig 181 Merryfield, Amie 181 Merryfield, Stuart 166 Mettler, Gail 181 Metzler, Audrey 93 Metzler, Elizabeth 166 Meyer, Janel 166 Meyer, Leslie 166 Meyer, James 48, 166 Micas. Erle Micele, Gina Michelson, Lisa Mihaljevich, Nenad 50 Mikkelsen, Karen 166 Mikoll. P. Milder, Michele 14, 111, 166 Miles, J. 123 Milewski. Frank 19. 166 Milham. Diane Milham, Peter 18, 21, 181 Millar, James 93, 138 Millar, Jo Miller, Carl Miller, Caroll181 Miller, Charlie 130, 166 Miller, Cindy 93, 144, 146, 148 Miler, Daniel 93, 166 Miller. Devi Miller, Joe 181 Miller, R. 55. 94 Miller, Karen 28, 94 Miller, Kathy 111, 166 Miller. Kathleen 166 Miller. Kerry Miller, Lynn 181 Miller, Margaret Miller, Marjorie 28. 181 Miller, Russell166 Miller, Vicent119, 181 Miller.'Virginia Millett. Gina Mills. Ann 94 Mills, Christina 166 Mills, Je ff 94, 118 Mills. Kirk 166 Mills, Robert 181 Millstein, Howard Minami, Minick. Laura 99 Bill Minish, Alison 94 Minish, L. 110, 145,151, 166 Minson, Christine Minson, Karen 153, 166 Mintz, Judith 94 Mintz, Suzanne 94 Miranda. Carrie 94 Miranda. Valerie 181 Mirkin, Linda Mirvis. Reid 181 Mishory. Elisa 13, 94 Mitchell. A. 99 Mitchell. Diane 94 Mitchell. Ellen 181 Mitchell, Greg Mitchell, Jean Mitchell. Joan Mitchell, Katherine Mitchell, LaVonne Mitchell, Linda 182 Mitchell, Lucille Mitchell, Mike 115. 123. 129. 166 Mitchell, T. 166 Mitchess, Lucille Mittel, Jean 182 Mittry, Lisa Modracek, Peggy Moeller, Kevin Moffat. wade 166 Moffat, Walter Moffitt. C. Mogonigal, Mike Mohr, Pam Moiders, K. 166 Molitor. Sandra 182 Moloney, Kathy 182 Moloney, Laura Mols. Lori 19, 64. 91, 94 Monaco, Mary 166 Monokandilos. Ms. 48 Monroe, T. Montague, Peggy 182 Monteleone, Anne 166 Monteleone, Charles Monteleone, Tammy 182 Montgomery. Gordon 166 Montgomery, Kathy 182 Montgomery, Wendy Moody, Richard Mooers. Alan 166 Moore , Brad 166 Moore, B. 166 Moore. Cheryl 182 Moore, Daniel Moore, Don 94, 136 Moore, Glenn Moore, Greg Moore, Greg 166 Moore. John Moore, Judith Moore, Kim 182 Moore, Kevin 94 Moore, Mark 118, 137 Moore. Robert Moore. Steven Moore, Susan 94 Moore, Susan 166 Moozton, G. Moran, Casey Moran, Kelli 182 Moreno. Jamie 182 Moreno, Scott 182 Morgan. Debbie 94 Morgan. Dina 182 Morgan, Glenn Morgan, Kathy 50 Morgan, Pamela 16. 166 Morgon, Lance Morholser. Wesley 182 Mori, Bruce 139, 182 Mori, warren 94 Morley. Mike 115 Moritz. Beth 165 Morris, Anne 94 Morris, Craig 94 Morris, Kirk Morris. Lori 146, 166 Morris, P. 94, 128. 129 Morrison, Chase Morrison. Doug 94 Morrison, Joe Morrison, Michael Morrison, Robert 166 Morrison, L. 166 Moritz. Janie 94 Mortensen. Christopher Mosley, Kathryn 94 Moser. Kelly 166 Moser, Kerry 94 Mosk, Gary Moss, Debie Moss, Laura 166 Moss, Patricia Motoyoshi. Becky 182 Mott, Pamela Mott, Paul 118, 182 Mount Eddy, 126, 166 Mount. Lisa Mowers, Kathi 14 Mueller, Gerald 25. 182 Muff, Daniel Munroe, Tom 166 Munroe, Valerie Munsell, Christopher 182 Muravnick, Lynn Murer. Jennifer Murer. Jennifer Murkey. Judy 95 Murotake. Peter 23 Murphy. B. 115. 118 Murphy. David 182 Murphy, Fred Murphy. Jean 182 Murphy. Joseph 166 Murphy, Kathleen 111. 182 Murphy. Lauren Murphy, Loretta Murphy. Michael Murphy, Patricia 95 Murphy. Robert 115, 116, 142 Murphy. S. Murphy. william 182 Murray. Erin Murray. John 148, 166 Munay. Linda 182 Murray, Margaret Murrieta. Bill 124, 128. 129, 166 Murth, Richard 166 Mushkot. Susan Mushnick, Sheri 95 Mussel, Catherine Musser, Tina Muzzey, Lynn 28. 166 Myers. Brad Myers. Cindy 166 Myers, Craig Myers, Ken 20, 21 Myers, Merry 95 Myers, wayne Mykletyn, Paul 166 Myler, Cheri Myles, J. 166 N Naeshelm. Karl eu. 66 Nagel. Alan Nagel. Dave 130, 166 Nagel. R. 95 Namson. Carrie Nanl. Henry 31, 50, 127 Nappi, Joseph Nappi. Tom Nardi. Rose Nardl. William 50 Nathan, Howard 166 Nathanson. Mark 95 Nathanson. Rebecca 166 Nattetstad. Steven 14 Naugle . John Nauma nn. James 14, 21. 111, 166 Neal, John 166 Neale. Patrick 166 Neale, R. 123 Nealis. Leanne 153. 166 Needleman. Laurie Needham. Richard Neff, C. Neff. Vanesa Neider, Jeff Neider. Tracy Neil. Cynthia 30. 95 Neill, Roben Nelligan. Amy 111. 147. 166 Nelson. Andrew 131 Nelson, Claire Nelson. Cydney Nelson. Eric 130, 166 Nelson, Irene Nelson. Julie Nelson. Linda Nelson. Mike Nelson, Scott Posen. Nesti. Robert '24, 95. 127 Nesti, Thomas 166 Neugroschl, Cynthia 14. 111 Nevers, Robert Newell. Connie Newell, Lisa 28, 59 Newell, Scott 95 Newlander. L. 95 Newlands. Lisa Newlands, Nancy Newlands, Sandy 95 Newlands. Shawn 29, 166 Newlin. Kenneth Newman, C. Newman, Randall 26. 166 Newman. Tracy 24, 153 News Production '33 Nguyen, Nichols. Kim Eric Nicholson, Paul Nickols. Nickols. Nielson. Nielsen. Nielsen. Nielsen, Nielsen. Nick Thelma 26. 31. 111. 159. Andrea Craig 166 John Julie Kim 166 166. 170 Nielsen, Kirt Nielsen, Peter Neisenbaum. D. 14. 111 Nisenbaum. Michael 95 Nitzberg. Sheryl Nobleman, Blythe 32, 58, 152. 173. Nobelman. Michlle 15. 158. 166 Nobles. Gregory Noehles. Evmarie Noehles, Hans Josefth Noel, Michael Nogle. Susan Nolan. Jeff 130 Nolan, Kathleen Nolan, Mary Nolan. Mike Nolte, I. 166 Norbury. Maria 19, 50 Nordin . lori 30 Nordin. Victoria 95 Nordsk og. Eric 119 Noxslander. Gregor 26 Norsell, S. 166 Northcut. Rozanne Norvick, B. 166 Nosseck, Lisa 95 Novak. Brian Novak. Theodore Nuckells, Elizabeth Nuckles. Pamela 149 Nunley, Phenoyd 167 O Oberle, Cindie Oberman. Janis Oberman. Jo 95 Obrien, Sharon 16. 95 Och. C. O'Connel , Mike Oconnell. Terry 95 Oconnell. Tom O'Conner. Carol O'Conner, R. Oconnor, Jim 130 Oconnor, Joe O'Conner, M. 18 O'Conner, Mary 152 O'Conner, Michelle Oconnor, Ray Oconner, Ronald Oddino. S. 167 Oden. Greg Oestman. Joe Officials Club 25 Ofria, Tony Oga, L. O'Gara. Cynthia O'Gara. Dan Ogg. Kevin Ogg. Laurie Ogle, Tracey 167 Ohara. Adrienne 95 Ohlaug, Karen Ohlson . Patricia 25. 167 Ohmer. Barbara Ohmer, Dorothy 167 Oken. Larry Okum, Joel 167 Olafson. Anne 54 Olafson. Donna 111 Olafson. Linda 30, 33. 95 Olasaslty, Elise O'Linn, James 167 Oliva. J. Oliver. Joy Oliver, L. Oliver, Richard Oliveto, Frank 95 Olivetc. Hugh Oller. Michael 167 Oller. Steve Olasky. Elise Olsen. Curtis Olsen. Karen 95 Olsen. Terri 167 Olsen. P. 24 Olsen. Vickie 95 Olshever. Robert 67 Olson. Janice 167 Olson, John Olson. Kristy Olson. Richard 123, 167 Olson, Rob 95. 128 Oltman. Brian Oltman, Neil '25, 128. 167. 181 Omens. Jeffrey 19. 131 Oneil. Ann Uneill. Patrick 130 Oostrogel. C. Upperman. Margaret 95 ttransky. Sue '18 Orchestra t1'Rear.ix'illiam 45. 55 182. 186 Organizations 10 Orling. Robyn 96 Orme , Sharon Ornstein. Shawn Orsatti. Kim 96 Ortiz. Chris 96 Oseas. David 29. 31. 96 Osherow. Sandrars. 19. 96 Osterheldt. Karen Osterheldt, Karl Oswald. J. 131 Oswald. Julie Oswald, Richard Oswald. S. Ott, Michael 14, 167 Ottenberg. Janet 167 Owens. S. 126 P Pacheco. Joe 20. 21. 96 Pacheco, Mary 20 Paciello, Amy Paciello. Patrick 96 Pack, C. 96 Padgett, T. 167 Page. william Painter. Judi 149 Paintin. Lois 54 Pakula. Brad 32. 167 Palacio. Laurie 167 Palacio. Robbie 130 Palkovi Pallas, c. Lisa 167 Christi 167 Palmer. Suzanne Palmer. william 167 Palyvos. Marisa 183 Papadkis, John Papush. Brenda 111, 183 Paradise. Marilee 1B3, 187 Parde. Eric118. 167 Pardee, Monte Pardi. C. 127 Parent Volunteers 55 Parga. Michele 96 Parish. Carol Park, Patricia 96 Park. Scott 167 Parker. Bill 167 Parker. Janet Parker, Kerry 96 Parker. Kipp 167 Parker, Kirk 137 Parker. Sheri 96 Parker. Tracy 16, 96. 183 Parker, Vicki Parker. William Parkin. M. 96. 163 Parks. Shawnie 96 Parrino, Carina '28, 183 Parrino, Tremont 96. 136 Parry. Craig 167 Parry, Janet 167 Panridge, Emmit Patri. Steven 183 Patton, Valerie 183 Pavelka, Kathleen 183 Pavis. C. Paschal. Michael Paschal. Patricia Pasgett. G. Paterson, Larry 96 Patri. Carrie 26. 96 Patri, S. 119,130 Patta, Joan 96 Patton, Joelle Patton, Rhonda 96 Paul. Terry 167 Pauls, Cheryl Payler. Mark Pearce-Harris, Kevin Perlin. Larry 96 Perrault. Karen Perlman, S. 167 Perrault. Victoria Perrin, Michael Perry. Jay 167. 183 Perry, mt Persh, Jeffrey 183 Pestana. Roben 51 Peters. S. 183 Petersen, J. 167 Petersen. Jimi167 Peterson. Kathy 183 Peterson. Scott 183 Pete. B. 23 Petri. Carrie 28 Pettibone. Doug 96 Pewpew. D. Pfeifer, Anthony 127, 183 Pfenning. Karen 96 Pfenning, Robert 167 Pfiester. Ritchie Phillip, Debbie Phillips. Brian Phillips, David Phillips. Gary 48 Phips. Susan 96 Phyharshi. M. Piano. Robert 167 Pieper. Liss Pierce. Carole 14. 167 Pierce, James 96 Pierce. Robert 167. 183 Pierce. Roberta 167 Pierce. Ruthann Pierkoph. J. Pierre. James 25. 127, 167 Pierson. Allan 167 Pierson, Marie 183 Pierson, Dan 96 Pike. Mike 97 Pileggi, Bnice 167 Pincus. Aaron 14. 183 Pincus. Lisa 97 Pink, Bill Pinnell. John 167 Pinney, Cheryl 97 Pino, Mike 183 Pinter. Cindy 183 Piper. Susie 167 Pistotnik. Eileen 33, 78, 97 Pitt. Larry 183 Pitton. Ann Pitts. Dave 183 Pitz. L. 118 Plank, Anna Plank, Lisa 21 Plantz, Marshall 123. 128, 167 Plantz, Rachel 97, 148 Plat. Andrew 97 Plat. Mindi 183 Plato. Judi 149, 183 Plato, Michael 97 Plato, Janice 167 Play Production 22 Plieggi. B. 135 Ploger. Robert 167 Plotkin. Beth 183 . Poche, Robert 183 Pocoroba, Joe Podvin. David Poe. Robin 97 Polak, Linda 18, 183 Polak. Lorraine 97 Poling. C. 167 Polito, Joan 97. 143. 146,150,166 Polk, Walter Pearce-Harris. Kristin 139. 167 Pearl. Allen Pearl. Stephanie 167 Pearlman. David '29, 31. 96 Pearlman. Ellen 167 Pearlman. Linda Peck. David Peden. Steven 96 Pederson, Debra 183 Pederson. Pamela 96 Pedigo. Gino Pedowitz. Ann 28. 183 Pedowitz, Robert 29. 32. 45 Pedretti. James 130. 183 Peel. Ray 50, 53 Pelka, Duane 14. 18. 111.1 Pelka.J.1-1.111.167 Pendleton. Richard 183 Pennise, Diana 183 Pensky. Abraham Pensky. Geo18C Perez. James . 96 83 Poloski. Michael 183 Polnski. Robert 137 Pomerantz, Brad 183 Pomerantz. Caryn 183 Pond, Greg Pontoni, Martha Porter, Jeri 133 Porter. John119, 183 Porter, Mary 97 Porter. Teri 153. 183 Porush. Jan 28. 32. 33, 97 Porush. Lawrence 14, 33. 183 Ronald Posley. Beth 167 Potempa. Jeanine 16. 19. 26 Potempa. James 97. 183 Pvvah. Valerie 183 Poverny. Rick 97 Poverny. Steven 13, 97 Pfwcll. Linda 167 Powers. Marlene 167 Powers. S. 183 Powers, Tammy 97 Pridan. K. 183 Priess. Shari 97 Print Production Pritcha rd. Glenn Pritchard. Steven Pritchard. Susan Proctor. Kathleen Prodan . Prokop. Karen Donna 12. 19, 30. 97 Prothro . Joe 97 Reynoso, Annette Rheanme. L. 146. 147 Ricci, David 22 Rich. Curtis 183 Richard. John 183 Richard. M. Provirichain. Terrence P . T . A . Puckett. Paul 167 Pudwell. Pat 130 Pudwill. Patrick 167 Pum. Maria 28. 153. 167 Pullen, Marsha 97 Purdum. Carmel 20. 21. 22 Purdum. Joanne 20. 26, 183 Putser. Ron 183 Quackenbush . Scott 183 Quarles . Dianne 51 Ouenze r. Terri 97 Quinlan. Richard Quinn. Kevin Ripley. D Raitt. Quint . Gary 97 Quon , Patricia R Radin. Eric 167 Radio Club Raisor. Raisol. Kathy 183 Kirk 183 Scott 118. 137. 142. 176 Richard, Wendy 183 Richards. D. 119 Richards. J. 98 Richards. Joanne 22. 61 Richards. Steve Richardson, Doris 45 Richardson. Paul 98 Richardson. Traci 98 Richie. K. Richenburg. Greg Richman. Matthew Richman. Miles 98 Rickard . Rickett. Lisa 98 L. 130 Riedel. Tracy Riedel, William Reiders. Kenneth 23. 30, 98 Rieman. Monti 25. 98 Rifkind. Sam 51 Rifle Club 26. 127 Riley. Jul ee 13 Riley Virginia Rinaldi. Robert 183 Rinaldi. Ron 183 Rinck. Joseph Riordan. Michael 183 Rios. Robert 45. 51 anny 183 Rale, Jeffery 97 Ramans. Greg 14 Ramirez. Ann 183 t Ramirez, Mary 167 Ramirez. Mona 111. 176 G. 55 Ramos. B. Ramos. Kathy 97 Ramsey. K. Ripley, Kevin 98 Ripple, Anita 98 Ritchie. Kathy Ritter. P. 98 Rittgard. Staffan 19. 98 Rizzo, Cathy 98 Roark. Michael Robbins. Suzzahe 28, 183 Roberis. Cynthia Randall. Brett 167 Randall. Patti 183 Ranney. Bill 183 Ranney. Joanne 97 Ransenberg. Nora 167 Ransell. B. Rao. Joseph Raschkes. Karl 14. 18. 51. 111 Rasmussen. Janet 97 Roberis. Lisa Roberis, Steven Roberts, Amy 98 Roberts. C. 183 Roberts, David 51. 55 Roberts, Gene Roberts. Jeanne Roberts, Karen Roberts. L. 148. 149 Roberts, M. 135 Rasmussen Kathleen 167 Rasmussen Mark Rasmussen Sharon 97 Rawlings. Terri 97 Raylor, C. Read. Jack Reading. Debi Rebearth Reehtman. Roben 183 Recton. T. Roberts. Patrick Roberts. Ray 115 Roberts, Sharon 21. 22, 25. 61. Roberts, Vaughn Robertson. John, 184 Robertson, Wendy Robins. Scott 184 Robinson . Jenny Robinson. Julie 98 Robinson. Melissa 20. 184 Schwarz. Rector. Kathy 14, 167 Rector. Thomas 97 Redlich, Michele 97 Reed. Alice Reed. Donald Reed. Donna Reed. E. 167 Reed. Jack 51, 183 Reed. John Reed, Marianne Reed. Mark Reed. May Bonney Reed. Michael 167 Reedy. Gerald 52 Reese. Tammy 183 Reeve, Lisa 98 Reeves, Sharon 12, 14, 167 Reh. Clifford Rehak, Stacie 167 Reichert, Nancy 183 Reid. B. Reid. Susan 167 Reiley. Virginia 54 Reilly. Maureen 153. 167 Reinen, Carolyn Reints, Steven 183 Reis. Debbie 16, 98 Reisman. David 183 Robles. Robles. Debra 28 . 184 Yolanda Rocklin. Glen 123 Rodgers, David 14. 18. 111 Rodgers. Debbie Rodgers. Sanders Roelee, Toni 98 Roelke. Antoinette Roelke, Lisa 184 Roelke. T. Rose . Re nee Reisentz. Diane Reitz. Ginette Rempp. Keith 183 Renner, Donna 21 Repash. K. 27 Remard, J. Reshew. Edward Resnick. Kenneth 98 Ressler, Diane 28. 183 Revell, Tracy 183 Rewlin, Ken 98 Reynolds. David 98 Reynolds, Eve 183 Reynold s. L. 13 Rogers. Beth Rogers. Carrie Rogers. Leonard Rojas. Maritza 26 Rollins, S. Roman, B. 55 Roman. Diane 153 Romano. A. 26 Romano. George 23, 184 Romano. Greg 111 Romary, Charles Romer, Blair 23. 184 Romness. Kirsten 51 Rooney. Kimberly 184 Rooney. T. Romo, David 184 Roney, Brian 138 Rosato. Deidre 184 Rosato, Mike 41. 98 Rose, David 14. 18.111. 184 Rose. Rozanne 99 Rose. Richard 131 Rosen. Rose 45 Rosenberg, Ben 51 Rosenberg, D. 184 Rosenberg, Deborah 184 Rosenberg. Deborah 24 Rosenberg. J. Rosenberg. Randi 99 Rose nbloo m. C. 98. 183 Rosenfeld, Linda 184 Rosenfield, Lisa Rosenthal, Stacie 184 Rosevear. Craig 23. 29. 99 Rosevear. Suzanne 16. 184 Ross. Devra 99 Ross. Raymond 51 Ross. Vicki 28, 30. 99 Rosson, Steve 184 Rostad. Chris 139. 184 Rostad. Gary 99 Rothman. Cheryl 99 Rothman. Hillary 99 Rountry, Dan 184 Round Table 31 Rowberg. Dorothy Rowlan, Beth Rowlands, Ronald Royal, James Royden. Herbert 184 Royden. B. 55. 134 Royer, Dr. 44 Roysner, Scott Rozenblum. Sheryl 25 Rubin. David 25 Rubin. Mr. 55 Rubino. Victor Rugh. Kevin Runyan. Nancy 99 Rupnik. Janice 99 Rnpnik. Linda Rush. Tammy 184 Rusin. David 99 Rusk. Jacquie 184 Rusk. Laurie Rusk. Linda Russel. Paul 184 Russick. Deborah 99 Russo, Vincent 21, 29 Rust. J . Rutherford. David Salt. T. 111, 168 Sawyer, Leigh Ann Saylor, Dana Scafide, Tammy 168 Schaefer. Sue 184 Schaeffer, Allen Schaeffer, Christopher 21, 22 Scheffer, W. Schain, A. 184 Schainapril. Gori Schalin, William Schatkowski. Fabiola Schatz. Jack Schaub, Cindy 168 Schaub. Joseph Schaubert. Neil Schauben, Scott 130. 184 Schecter. Joby 184 Schellert. L. Schenker. Jill 184 Schenker, Hilarie Schellert. Steven Shellert. L. 168 Schelling. L. 28 Scott , Schemdrick Schertzer, C. Schenker, H. 168 Schifter. W. Schilling, L. 32. 100 Schimke, A. 14. 184 Schinke. Arthur 111 Schlegel. Joe 100 Schlom. Wendy 30, 184 Schluenz. Carol Schmid. Camille Rutherford . Kurt 184 Ruud Ryan , . Emil Ryan, Mary Ryan. Mike Ryan. Patrick Ryan. Rick 21. 99 Rybum. Darin 184 Ryburn, Deanne 25. 28 Ryckman. Jeff Ryckman. Susan 184 Ryder, Adrienne 99 Ryel. Richard Rynders. A . S Sachanko, William Sachs, Martin 168 Sachs, Steve 184 Sackener. Debbie Sackener, Keith Saisho. Janet Saito, Nacky 184 Sakaida. Daryl 14, 111, 168 Salas. Greg 119. 168 Saelens, Pat 99 Salberg. Jill 99 Sales, S. Salke. Randy 99 Salley. Brian Salmas, Trinkett 99 Salmen. Don 99 Saltz. Ellen Saltz. S. 168 Sambotsky. C. 99 Sameorsky. Deanne 184 Samoiloff. Melissa Sampson. Laurie 30, 99 Samuels. Ronald Samuelson, 99. 123. 168 Sanchez. Andrea 184 Sanchez, Cathy 100 Sanchez. Laurie 184 Sanchez. Patricia Sanchez. Ted 184 Sand. Douglas, 184 Sand. Elizabeth 168 Sanders. Ed 168 Schmidt, E. 15B Schmidt, R. 168 Schmidt. Celia 21. 100. 168 Schmidt. Hedi Schmidt, Kristine 168 Schmidt. L. Schmidt. Tim 168 Schmitz. James 100 Schmitz, Ronald 168 Schneider. Cathy 50. 100 Schneider. J. 168 Schneider. Lori 168 Schneir. Arlene 168 Schoen. Richard 184 Schofield, Michele 100 Scholl, Sara 184 Scholle. Stacey Schrader. Lorrie 184 Schram, Bnice Schramm. Jane 184 Schrandt. Julie 163 Schroeder. Crystin Scroeder. Roy 100 Schuffman, Julie 100 Schuffman. Susan Schuler, Tracy 100 Schulman. Mark 184 Schulte, James Schulte. Jerry Schultz. Susan Schuman, Steven 168 Schuorg. I. Schupp. Sandie 100 Schussman, Charles Schuster. J. 168 Schuster, Mark Schutz. Liz 184 Schurz, Denise Schussman. C. 184 Schuster. Jacqueline Schuster, M. Schuster. Tracey 100 Schwartz, Andrew Schwartz. Arnold 25. 52. 53 Schwartz, Barbara 184 Schwartz. Barry 168. 184 Schwartz, Brian Schwartz. David Schwartz. Gail 100 Schwartz. Ivan Schwartz. Jeff Schwartz. Schwarz. Ken Marie 100. 168 Schwartz. Murray 67. 168 M. 22. 28 Sanders Sanders. Mike 184 Sanderson, Sheryl 100 Sanderson, Teri 100 . Laura 100. Sanders. Laurie 100 Sandler, D. Sands. Renee Sanford, Gregg Santoro, Michael Saravatpuntudis. Nui 28. 32, 100 Sarfaty. Debbie 168 Sarfarty. Ron 25. 168 Sarfaty, S. 100 Sass. Carolyn Satinsky, Jerry 100 Schwindler. Bill Schwindler. John Science Department Scopack. Vicki 100 Scott. James 100 Scott. Jeff Scott. K. Scott. Patricia Scott. Patricia 153. 168 Scott. Robin 19. 168 Scott. Susan Scullin. K.'.19, 168 Seaman. Linda 184 Seaman. Susie 168 Searcy. Annette. 145. 146, 141. 149, 168 Sean. Jamie 100 Sebastian. Michael Sechrist. Nancy Seelig. Charles 26, 184 Seferlan. Marc 184 Segal. Gertmde Segall. Brenda Scgall. Eric 168 Seidman. Kathryn 30. 168 Seidman. laura 184 Self. ludy 20. 21, 30. 10? Seigal. Brian 101 Selgel . Rhonda Seims. Charles 54 Seigel. Robin 184 Sellers, Shag 25. 28 Sellers. Stephanie 100 Sellln. Christine 152. 184 Sellin. Mark 27 , 30 Seltzer. Kathryn Silverberg. Brian Silveri, Shelly 10, 14. 17. 30. 111 Silveri, Vanessa Silverman, Elizabeth 152 Silverstei Silverstei n. Bmce 185 n. Gary 101 Silverstone, Dave 14, 22 Silverstone, Laurie 14. 111. 185 Simay. Michele 30. 185 Simmons, Adam 128. 169 Simmons, Carolyn 41. 101 Simmons. Mark 185 Simmons, Teresa Simon, Carol 55 Simon. Gary 185 Simon, Jeffrey 101 Simon. Mike 169 Simon. Monic 101 Simon, Patricia 169 Simpson. Bob Simpson, Brian 169 Spar-gre. M. Spangle. R. Spanish Club Sparer, Leslie Sparer. Linda 21. 30. 102, 185 Spatgla, F. 169 Spatz, Warren 118. 185 Spaulding. C. 169 Spector, Steve 102 Speech and Debate Spees, D. 139, 169 Spellman. David 102 Spencer. Carolyn 169 Selter. Steve 130. 169 Senior Cabinet Serllng, P. Serlno M. 169 Serlno. Richard 101 Serlfng. Linda Serling. Paula 169 Sesklnd. Scott 101 Setset, Annette 169 Seuer, Christine Shabman. Julie 101 Shaffroff. D. 184 Shafiroff. David Shahar. Teddy Shahlnian. Deane 54 Shamu. George 124. 128. 129. 184 Shan. Stacey Shanks. John 101 Shanks. Mark 14. 111. 169 Shanman. Michael 24. 169 Shapiro, B. 169 Shapiro. Murray 1.5. 52 Shapiro. Randi 153. 184 Sinz. Judy 169 Sippel. Brent 14, 185 Sipos. Mary Beth 29. 169 Sippel. Wendi 169 Slracusa. Joe 110. 115 Siracusa, John 119, 185 Siras. C. 137. 185 Sirken. Renee 101 Sirkin. Steve 131. 185 Slros. Carlos 115 Siros. Claudette 169 Sltton, Scott 102 Sitton. Stacey 185 Ski Club 31 Sklnner. Lori 102 Skinner. Monty Slabihoud, Roger 185 Slaney. Robert Slark. Christopher 169 Slaughter. Leonard 169 Slaughter. Lynne 102 Slayton. Karen 22, 169 Slayton. Paul 29. 102 Spencer. Leslie Spero. Donna 169 Spezman. K. 102 Spiegel, Kirk 131, 185 Spindel, Glenn 185 Spire. Brian 135. 185 Spirit Club Spirit Leaders Spitzer. Cheryl 102 Springer. Gregory 18. 124, 135. 185 Springer. Jeff 185 Stabler. John 123. 185 Stack. Gary 102 Stevens. Renee 28, 169 Stevens. Robert 28, 37. 102, 123 Stevens. william Stevenson. M. 130 Stevenson, Scott 23. 185 Stewart. Alex Stewart. Edith Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Stewert Jane 52 St. John, Kimberly 185 St. Marie. Eric 185 Stigers, T. 169 Stines. Scott 102 Stoddard. Michael 185 Stockeli. Michael 185 Stokes. Scott 169 Stoiberg. Kim 102 Stoimer. J. Stokes. Brett Stokes.Thom Stone. Bart Stoner, Kenn 102 Stoner. Steven 185 Stopek, R. Stopol. Michael Stoere, Douglas 14. 111. 185 Stack. Sue 185 Stadheim, Lori 102 Stadnyck. Deborah 185 Stadnyck, Gordon 185 Stafford. Duston Story. Colette 185 St. Oterau. L. 185 Stout, W. Stratford. Chris 185 Stratford, Sheri 39. 102 Stafford, Linda 150. 169 Stage Band Stage Crew Staggs, Kathy Stam, Ralph 51, 115 Stambler, Julie 169 Stamis. Reta 102 Standish, L. Stanfield. Jenny 102 Stanley, Catherine 30, 102 Stanton, Chris 102. 138 Stanton. Kelley 144. 147, 149. 185 Stanton. Patricia 14, 102 Shapiro. Robin 169 Shapiro. Susan 101 Sharp. Shanna 169 Shawn. Steven 184 Shields. Kevin 101 Shaw. Steve 169 Sheaks, C. 169 Shecler. Carrie 14. 111 184 Shelley, Allen 184 Shelly, S. Sheldon. Missy 169 Shepard. Cheryl 184 Shepard. Roben 101 Shepard, S. 24. 127 Sher. Mike Sheridan. Chris 101 Sheridan. Patricia 21, 169 Sherman, Harry 101 Sherman, Maria 184 Sherman, Stuart Sherman. Sue 33. 169 Sherrell. Timothy 101, 115. 116. 116, 117. 136. 142 Shestag. Steve 169 Shiflett. Kenneth 101, 130 Shlfron Shipper, . Iris 54 Shipper, Katherine 185 Shipper. Kathy 101 Deborah 14. 23, 26. 111, 169 Sledge, Gary Smith. Brenda 21 Smith. Craig. 185 Smith. Dana 102 Smith. Felicia 14. 102 Smith. Irene 20 . 169 Smith, Jennifer 169 Smlth. Jennifer 102. 152 Smith. Jeri 169 Smith. Jody 115. 169 Smith, Joe 18 Smith. Jonathan 169 Smith. Julie 169 Smith, Karl 19, 185 Smith. Leslie 19. 185 Smith, Mary Smith. Mitchell Smith. Richard 118, 169 Smith, Roben 45. 51 Smith. Sandra 14. 169 Smith. Scott 169 Smith. Scott Smith. Scott Smith, Tammy 185 Smith. V. 102 Smithers, A. Smithers. T. 29 Snowden. Michael Snowden, Vincent 169 Stapler. Richard 30. 64. 109. 128. 162 Stapley. Suzanne 102 Starr. Lingie 185 Starrett. Terri 169 Staterau. Linda Staub, Claudia Staubach, R. Steeie. Pete Steel, Marshall Steel. Nancy 169 Steele, P. 162 Steeleman, Jeffery 169 Stein. Joanne 185 Stein, Michael 119, 131. 185 Stein. William 185 Steinberg, Cynthia Steinberg, Raquel 102 Steinberg. Steven 20, 21. 22, 61. 102 Steinbring. P. Steiner, Bob 91. 102, 114,15. 116, 117, 142 Steiner, John Steiner. Penny 102 Steiner, Robert Steinhaver, L. Stekker, Hanire Stelman, Pam 169 Stende 102 Steiner. Roben Steinhaver. L. Straub , Straub. Straull . L. 169 R-21' Joni 185 Summerville . M , 127 Strauss. Strauss. Jani 153 Melinda 102 Streeton. P. 169 Strelm. Strelter Streiter Steicke Stroebe Strong , Stroud . Stuart , Stuart . Stubbs . Lori 28, 102 . R. 102, 134, 169 . Sheryl 28 tt, Fern l. C. Lynn 102 Dana Elin 185 Thomas M. 170 Shlrado. Grace 52 Shiso. Janet 54 Shisley. Robert Sholkoff, Linda 101 Shonting. Catherine 169 Shore. Allan 124, 169 Shouse. Amy 184 Shrewsbury. Kim Snyder. Linda 24 Snyder. Lloyd 102. 185 Snyder. Mark 185 ' Sobol, John 185 Sobota. Teri Soccer Social Science Dept. Softball. Girls A. Shuser. James 142 Sweet. B. Sokoler. Kenneth 185 Shuken. Johnathan 184 Shuken. William Shuster . Softball. Girls B. Soh, Bryan 185 Sokol. Andy 185 Stekker, Hanire Stelman, Pam 169 Stendel . Stendel , Stephens Alice 20, 185 Nicholas . B. Stephens, D. Stephens. James 169 Stephens. Jeff 182 Stephens. Kim 169 Stephens. Lisa 24. 127. 169 Student Council 22, 110 Student Credit Union Student News Stulac, D. 170 Stulac. Robert 185 Stulac. S. Stumpe. Kelly Suarez. C. 26 Sullivan, P. 170 Sullivan. Mark 185 Sultzer. Jaime 185 Sultzer. Lori 102 Sunok. Jeri 185 Sunok. Lisa 102 Suppan L. 170 Suppan. Mike 130. 185 Sumson. M. Sullentrop L. Sullivan, P. Sullivan, S. Sultzer. Lori Surman. Jeffrey Suruce. S. 170 Susa. J. 137. 170 Sutherland. Clark Sutherland. Maureen 185 Svenson. Donald 170 Sviland, Greg 27. 185 Swaboda. Kim Swaim . Jeffrey 37 Swain. Swanso Swanso Swanso Kelly 102 n. D. 170 n. E. 37. 102 n, Kristie 186 Swede, Randi Debbie 149 Sweet. Beverly 185 Shuster. James 119. 169 Sicklcr, T. 101 Sickels Sldcll. . Daniel 18. 169 Jt:rry169 Sidenburg. Patrick Siefel. Sieben Siegal. Randall . Jacqueline 169 Eddie 52 Sieya, Lynne 101 Sokoler. Solomen. Neil 29, 102 Debbie 169 Solomen. Michael 169 Solomen. Paul 27. 29. 169 Solomen. Soloman. Rick R. Soltan. June 102 Somerville. Lynn 102 Sophomore Class Stephens. S. Stephenson . Cari 186 Stephenson, Eric Stephenson. Mark 169 Stephenson, William Stephson. Katie 102 Stepp. John Sterett, Susan Stercklett. F. 185 Stem. Jeff 185 Stem. Joanne 102. 153 Sievcrding. Elizabeth Silberg, Barbie 14, 169 Silbcrman. Carol 153. 184 Silberman. Cindy101 Sophomore Steering Committee Sopp. Carole Sopp. George 169 Sorenson. Jana 185 Stem. Stephen 41. 118 Stembaclt, Mitch 119. 137 Stems. Eileen 14. 111. 185 Sterrett. B. Silk. M ikc 185 SiIls.Julic185 Silvax. Silver. Lorraine Gary Silvcr. Gary 185 Silt-cr. Steven 23. '24, 121. 169 Sorrell. Don 102 Soultup. Jeanne 20. 185 Soukupp, Terri Southwell. John Southwick. Cindy Spagnoli.Jean169 Stemback. M, Stetz. Joseph 49. 51, 52 Stevens. Chris 14, 102. 111 Stevens, Danny 102 Stevens. Mart: 185 Stevens. Melanie 19. 169 Sweet. Craig 37. 102. 186 Sweet. Nancy 186 Swerdlick. B. 170 Symans. Sandra 63. 150 Sykes, Susan 22, 102 Sylvern. Jeff 29. 32 Sylvester. Mary 55 Symborski. Bonnie Szarita. F. Szarka, Frank Szymborski. Deborah 102 T Tabain. Cindy 103 Tabin. Cathy Tadeusian, Ted 135 Taft, Tracy 186 Taggart. T. 170 Tam. L. 170 Tanaka. Dean 186 Tap 111 Tarallo, L. 170 Tariolieri, Bill Taufer. J. 16. 170 Walker. James Tate, Rebecca 22. 28. 111, 170 Trindl. Anne 186 Triplett. M. 170 Tripp. Karla 186 Troncone, Donna 104 Trono. R. 170 Trueman, K. 170 Tubbs. Julie 186 Tubbs. I. 131 Tudsiak. 130 Tudzin. Micahel 37 Tupper, Caroline Truco. John 14. 170 Turk. H. 170 Tuso . Michael 104 Tattersfield, C. 170 Taylor. Dianne 20. 21. 103 Taylor. Jeffery 23, 103 Taylor. Randy 103 Taylor, Samuel Teacher Ass. Program Teel. T. Teicher, Barbara Telle. Chael Tellef Mike 19, 186 Teller, G. 170 Templeton, T. 170 Tennis, Boys' JV Tennis, Boys' Varsity Tennis, Girls' Terjung. N. 170 Terrazas, Larry 182 Terrazas. lames 186 Terrell. Rick 103 Tesar. Scott 186 Thayer. Lori 103 Thespians 22 Thie. Mark Thiedout, Eric 104 Tiele. Erik 104 Turley. Donna 104 Turley. Scott 137. 186 Turley. Tara Turley. Tod 21. 134, 186 Tumer. Craig 104 Tumer, David Tumer. Lynn 170. 186 Tumer, S. 170 Ware. Thomas. Don 44. 170 Thomas, Canh 186 Thomas. J. 170 Thomas. Mary Thomas, Lisaa 186 Thomas, Nicholas 104, 115 Thomas. R. 170 Thomas. Scott Thomas. Sharill 186 Thomas, Tracy Thomas. Wendy 152, 186 Thompson. Dick 126. 170. 186 Thompson . Floyd 1o4, 115 Thompson. K. 14. 170 Thompson, Nancy 104 Thompson, Patty Thompson. S. 186 Thompson Thompson , Dwayne . Stephen 24. 170 Thompson. Teresa 186 Thornburg. Erin 104 Warrick. Robert 105 Whitney. I. 171 Thorne , Sue Thurman. R. 137. 186 Tidus. M. 170 Tietter. Tieffer. Tietz. J Cheryl 16. 170 Ron 104 . 104 Tillman. William 186 Timmel , Debbie 104 Timmel. P. 170 Tutelman. Anne 104 Tutt. Tina Tuttle. Peter 186 Twomey. Jennifer Tyler. L. 170 T.V. Production Crew U Uldricks, Marilyn Uliearri, Russine 20, 186 Ulmer, S. 170 Underclass Updyke, 8. 170 Updyke, Jill 28, 186 Ureda. Clarice 53 Ureda. Daniel 186 Ureda, Eileen 104 Urie. Mike 119 Urie. Richard 19. 104, 115. 117 Utley, D. Utley, Diane V Van. J. Vanbuskirk. Linda 105, 111 Van Cleve. G. Vanda. Bill Vandahlen, M. 170 Vandam. Kim Vangerou. Julie 30, 170 Vangerov, Mike Vano, Bill Vano, Nancy 186 Vano, L. 170 Van Vliel, R. Vanvliet, Anne Marie Vanzyl. Jane 105 Wade. Troy 14, 18. 111. 186 Wagner . Dana 186 Wagner, Francine 105 Wagner. Raymond 186 Wagner, S. 28, 170 Wahl, 1. 119, 128. 128. 170 Wahlman. Barbara Walace Welker. Mark 187 Wellen. Warren 127. 187 Weller. Friend 14. 187 Weller, J. Weller, R. Wellerberg. K. . Mike Wald. Carol 105, 150 Walker, Carrie 14. 111. 156, 170. 186 Walker. Deminga Walker. I. 105 Walker . Janelle Walker. leff105, 114. 115. 117. 142 Walker. Lesley 105. 170 Walker walker . M. . Matt 105 Walker, Mike 124. 170 Walker. Phil 45. 53 Walker. Richard 118, 170 Walker, Scot 118, 186 Wall. J. wall, C, Wall, Leslie 105 Wall. Mark Wallace, Sara 28. 186 Wallace. Wendy 19 Waller. Susan 186 Wallis, W. 152. 170 Walpole, J. 170 Walsh. Brian 105. 128 Walsh, Carolyn 105 Walsh, D. 151, 170 Walsh. D. 170 Walsh. Michael Walter, Steve Walters, Robert 186 Walthall. Earl 36. 53 Wank, Bnice 32. 134. 171 wanner. Ed 48 Wellman. James 106 Wells. Michelle 171 Welsh. C. 171 Welsh. Grace 40 I Wemple. J. 25. 28.149,171 Wemple. Marie wemdorf. Mark Wenner. Michael 26. 187 Werndorf, Steven 106 Werner. Maria wemik. S. 171 werth. Rusty 139. 187 weshner. Heidi 187 Wesner. Kurt 187 Wessel, Sheri 187 West. Cindy 106 West. David 106 West, Robin 20. 171 westbrook, Michael Westmoreland. Mary 106 Welch, Stan 124, 171 wetterberg. K. 14, 171 Wetterhahn. 5. 13. 27, 111. 171 Whalen, Megan 20. 21. 106 Whalen. Pat 119. 187 wheatman, D. 171 Wheeler. Bridget 14, 111, 187 Wheeler, Chris 187 Wheller. Jack 187 Whelan. Mark Whelchel. Lauri 187 whitcraft. Steven 106 White, A. White. Blair 135 White, Bob 111. 171 wapato. Stephen Ward. G. 171 Ward, Hal 185 Ward. Jeffrey 186 Ward. Karee 105 Ward. Stacey 186 Wardak. Mark 186 Mike 105 White white . Edna . Blair 135 White. Lawndia 30. 111. 17 white. L. 14. 28 Warner, David 171 warner. Terry 24 Warnock, Cindy 186 Warshilka. D. 171 wamik, Bryan 186 White Mary 187 White. Pam 18. 111, 187 White, R. 123. 171 While, William 18. 21, 106 Whitefield. Tom 106 Michael 107 Whiteford. Whiteside. David Whitmire. Scott Whitney. David 1 Tinglol, D. 164 Tinkley, Jo Lnuise Tipples. Dale 170 Tipples. Darryl 104 Tipton, Mark 104 Tish, Robert 186 Tish. Steve 104 Titchener, Pamela 104. 144. 148 Titchener, Patricia 148. 186 Tiossas. P. 170 Washington, Marilyn 186 Wasserman. Craig 186 Wasserman. Terri 106 Waterman. Terri 106 Waterman. D. 171 Waterman, P. Waters. Robin 186 Watson. Cory 106 Watson Watson . Drew 186 . Jill 106' Vanzyl. J. Vanzyl. Leslie 186 Varanese. Michael 105 Vargas. Christy 186 Vargas. Lori 12, 170 Vargas, Steve Varnen, E. 29. 170 Varsity. Basketball Varsity. Football Team Vaswig. Charis 105 Vener. L. 170 Tjosaas, Steve 131, 1 Todd, Erma Todd, Sonja 52, 53 Tolleth. Nancy 26 Tody, M. 170 Toge. Ingo 117 Tolman, R. 128, 170 86 Tolmas. Robin 186 Tomaw, Roberst Tominatsu. N. 53 Toman. Robert 104 Tomlinson. Kathy 12. Tonuis, N. 170 Topper, B. 170 Torchin, B. 170 Torgerson. Dan 104 Tomabene, Vicki Torrans, Sherrie 110. 186 Torrence, Scott 21. 170 Torres, T.'186 Townwen. Mark 186 Track. Boys' 8 Track. Boys' C Track, Boys' Varsity Traylor. Cathi 104 Tracy. Karen 186 Treinen. Donald 137, 186 Treinen. Julie 16. 30, 38, 104 Trent. G. 170 Trevino. Brenda 37 Trevino. Gilbert 186 Venturella, Rozanne 15, 105 Veres. Cathy 105 Vermillion. Steven Vesalga. K. Vest. Leona V-P Office Vetter. Eric 124. 186 Vicioso. D. 170 Vickers. D. 170 Villalobos. K. 29, 170 Villanueva, John 119. 128. 142. 186 Villanueva, Keivin Vincent. Gregory 186 Vlasak. L. 170 Voeller. Carleen 33. 105 Voeller. Jeanine 186 Voeller. S. 130. 170 Volleyball. Girls' Varsity Volleyball. Girls' J.V. Volunteers Voorhees, D. 170 Vought, Christy 186 Vosberg, Stacy 105 W Wachter. 45 Wacker. John Wadarz. T. 186 waddick, H. 170 Watterson, Linda 106 Watterson, Steve 186 Watts, Richards 50 Watts, P. 119 watts. William Wattson, D. 119 waugaman. John 187 Weahterford. Chris 119. 130, 171 Webber. Chad 187 Weber. R. 131. 171 Weekly, Jeffrey 106 Wefel, Arlene 54 Weigele. Jim 187 weihrauch. Georgette 145. 147. 171 Weilmann. R. 150, 171 Wibarri. R. 16 Wiedhopf. L. 171 Wiener. Alisa 106 Wiener. T. Wieseneck.lim171 Wiesner. Deborah 187 Wike . Vince Wikes, Brian 19, 87 Wilcox. L. 171 Wiley. Ceola Wilhite. John 53 Wilken. Loren 187 Wilkenson, Mable Wilkinson. Janet 106 Willen, Paul 130, 171 Willcn, Roxanne 106 Willett. Nancy 53 V Willett. Tamra 106 weinblatt. Debra Weiner. David 106 Weiner. Jodi 29. 187 weiner, Lori Weiner. T. 171 Weinstein, Judy 28. 106 Weintraub. Dori 18 Weintraub. Sondra 187 Weisberg, David 187 Weisberg. Debbie 28, 106 Weisel. Keith Williams. Diane 187 Williams. Elizabeth 111 Williams. Glen 106. 171 Williams. K. 106. 171 Williams. Leeann 187 Williams. M. 153,171 Williams. Susan 106 Williams. Willie Willis , Matthew 187 Willson. J. Wilmot, Curtis Wilson. Charles Wilson. Chris Wilson, Denise 187 Wilson. K. 106 Wilson. Lance 119, 130, 18 Wilson. Larry 106 Wilson, M. 124. 171 Wilson. Reed 126. 187 Wilson. Sandra Wilson. Steve 107 7 Weiss, Alan 102 Weiss. D. 22, 150.171 Weiss. D. 171 Weiss, Lauren 106 Weiss. Leslie 12. 106 Weiss. Mike 187 Weiss, R. 171 Weiss. Sharon 20, 106 Weir. Nina Welch. Brian 106 Welch. Chris 124 Welch. Susan 187 Welch. Susan 187 Wilson T. 171 Wilrsey. C. 171 Wiltsey. Sara 149. 187 Wimer. Marcia 14. 22. 111. 171 Wirnmer. Denuce 52 Wirnpy. Monty Winlkel Winfield, Craig 171 Wingate. Sue 15. 64. 171 Winkler,P. 118.171 Winner, Michelle 20. 187 Winslow. Ann Winters. Cynthia winters. David 139 Winters. S. 150. 171 Wirlma Wise. Albert 107 Wise. Cathleen 107 Wi.se.l Wlsler. an lulie 187 wisman. Charles 107 Witt. Cressie 54 witzke Witzke witzke wlviott . I. 171 . Raymond 187 . Shirley . Merle 107 wiviott. Todd 135, 187 Wladyka. Dawn 181 wladyka. loxeph Wladylta. K. 139, 171 wodarz. Tammy 153 woel. M. 171 Wohl. Robyn Wolcman. R. Wolf, Feryne 53. 171 Wolf. Feryne 53. 171 Wolf. Gary 187 wolf. Kurt Wolf. Richard 18. 171 Wolff. Wolfe. Wolfe. M. 171 Patrick 107 Sharon 107 Wolfus. laetlie 12. 110. 171 Wolinslti. Elizabeth 19. 107 Wollman. Dana 107 wollncr. Debra 107 Wong, C. 171 Wong. Sharon wood. G. 187 Wood, B. 171 wood. Roben 187 wood. Robin Wood. Solark Woodfield. Susan 20. 21. 107 woodmansee. Faye Woods. C. 187 Woodworth. loann 107 Woog. lean 22. 107 Woogerd. K. 138. 171 Wool. D. 171 Woolf. Scott 115. 130, 171 Wonhe n. Andrea 21. 107. 139 wonhcn. lefl' 107 Wonner. Linda 28. 153. 171 wrestling. Boys' Wright. Craig 107 Wright. Mary Wright. Sharon 107 Wylie. wyntoc Y S. 171. 187 k. Debi 107 Yahlon . Lori 107 Yahion L. Yobs. Dave 136 Yager. D. 171 Yam, Keith Yamauchi. Randy 124. 171 Yandcll. Lori 187 Yandell. Teresa 107 Yang. P. 171 Yarbcr. M. 171 Yates. Christopher 118. 187 Yates, lacqueline 111, 187 Yates. K. 171 Yates. Melinda 19. 107 Yates, Sandra Yobs, Dave 107. 170 Yoltlavich. Lanette 111. 187 Yoklavich. Leanne 107 Young. Yuricic Doreen S3 h. Dana Yrutchuk. S. 171 Yusin. Mark 131 Yusin. Mark 187 Z Zabala. Dr. -18 Zack. Dennis107 Lager. Zagat. C, 171 Scott 137 Zahrt, Dave 107 Zalkind,Allcns1-4. 18. 26.111 Zanuchi, Nancy 26. 171 daricki. Lynn 171, 187 Larickr. M. 23. 24 Laslovc. Scott 118. 187 Zuighur. Andrei-1187 Zeluznl Ck. Glen lil. 29. 107 .ich-znick. Scott 41. 131. l8'l Jeltncr, David l0'1 Zembo, K. 171 Zenzer. Cynthia 107 Zillman. Karen 107 Zimbardo. lim 108. 130 Zimmer. Deborah 187 Zimmerman. Diane 187 Zimmerman. Karen 108 Zimmerman. Gail 187 Zimmerman. Robin 187 Zinn. Harry 27. 32. 33. Zinnato. Christine 187 Ziola. l. 171 Ziola. Robert 108 Zion. K. 171 Zippetstein. Kory Zlotky. lamie 108. 130. Zoida. Francine 108 Zoida. John Zoppie. E. 171 Zuck. D. Zucker. Kari 187 Zucker. Kristi 28. 108 Zuckerman. Gregg Zuckerman. l. 171 Zuckerman. Micky 108 Zurkofsy. D. Zweifel. Darice 187 Zveifel. Denise Zveifel. Diana .144 108 143. 146. 148 Patrons of E1 Corazon, 1977 Sid and June Arden Dr. Glenn C. Baugh Ronald Brown, D.D.S. Dr. and Mrs. Dale Daily Marced and Iosiane Du Molin Marilyn Capaldi, Fine Jewelry Richard Capaldi, Construction Dr. Wanda Elliot Irene Farber Mr. and Mrs. David Fried The Galaif Family A1 Gerstenfield Girls' Interscholastics Les and Jane Heiser Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy K.A.T. and B.E.N. Co. Charles and Shirley Kazarian William I . Keenan Family Bev and Bob Malley Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maltby Mr. and Mrs. Ben Plat and Family Ross W. Prout, D.D.S. , Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Dennis Roginson Don and Sherry Seltzer M. N. Spirtos, M.D. Hillard L. Torgan, D.D.S. Hi Wolfus, Boulevard Hdwe. Acknowledgem ents The El Corazon Staff acknowledges the imput from those other than staff members in the preparatlon of this book: Mr. Jerry Magalean and Mr. Ralph lesson of White Studio and Taylor Publishing, respectively for their continued aid and extra time: and to students and a special agency who submitted photos: Don Prress Bruce Mori, Mike Geller and NASA. I2I3J 346 9333 gxcfuswely yours PERSONALIZED GIFTS Cynfgia aruf .fimfa 23341 MuL.HoI.I.ANo DRIVE - WOODLAND HILLS C LIF 91384 Thousands of Hardbacks - Paperbacks THE BOOK STALL Open Everyday and Evenings Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1976 From .e as W W??s.f-IPHY 4924 Lankershim Blvd. North Hollywood, Calif. 91601 Telephone 984-0011 fTo11 Free! 233555K MUlIlOlI3l'ld DI. Woodland Hills 888-9730 Telephone C2123 883-9080 COHQFBIUIGIIODS E DENNIS G- SMITH and Our Besi' Wishes Io +I1e Manager Graduahng Class '77 DOUGLAS I. 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