El Segundo High School - Golden Eagle Yearbook (El Segundo, CA)

 - Class of 1972

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K .,. s t 4+ Look to this day-and to this year-for it is life- Student Life ln its brief existence of nine months, life on ESHS campus for the 1971-1972 school year was the reality of classes, grades, and homework: it was the bliss of pep rallies, assemblies, clubs, and i nvolvement: it was the splendor of lunch periods, victories, successes, and friendships. Yesterday is already a dream recorded here in pictures for you to relive, to remember, and to preserve in your memory. Life was not only a faint vision of every day routine, it was also a dream of happiness and hope for tomorrow. Look well, therefore, to Student Life on ESHS campus. That's all that's left you today. ,iiiii ll, V.Davis From Left to Right, lst Row: B.Young, L.Wendell, J.Meredith, J.Melville. 2nd Row: C.Bell, S.Olson, D.Landreth, 3rd Row: C.Hu S.Murphy, D.Puffer, D.Morehead, K.McAllister, D.McCauley, S.Guastaferro, C.McMillan, K.Wallace, M.McClary. 4th Row: S.Fahy, L.Curtis S.Curtis, M.Jellison, G.Murray, K.Dalgleish, R.Randall, T.McNaughton. Below: A leader among men is able to delegate work. "Hogwash' says Mike Jellison, "l'll do it myself," ESHS's most active group this year was Student Council supervised by Mr. Peterson, whose interest and concern encouraged an active Student Government. Student Council started with a bang when Steve Curtis was elected ASB president a year ago. Serving with Steve for the 197 1-1972 school year were Vice President, Mike Jellison and Secretaries, Janice Meredith and Lynn Wendell, and Treasurer, Sharon Olson. These officers along with the Senate and the Executive Council comprised El Segundo's active, effective Student Council. The council did more than approve requistions for money and requests for dances and activities. Saturdays and after school, they sanded and painted the bleachers blue and gold. They revised rules for requisitions and student body business. They wrote up rules for supervisors working at games and revised rules for concession stands. They set up successful ticket collecting systems for football and basketball games. The climax of the year was the purchase and installation of a much needed new scoreboard for the football field. They also got a new marquee. Look to this day and to this school year as a year of strong, active government for the students, by the students, under strong, respected leadership. .., .... J 3. '32 J if 34. 'A' ii"-sN,,..4 .Q l Left to Right-L.Wendell, J.Curtis, M.Jellison, J.Meredith. Standing, Mr. Peterson. l l Left: Steve Curtis leads Student Government under the watchful eye of Mr. Peterson. Below: lst Row Left to Right, K.Dalgleish, R.Randall, S.Curtis, M.Jellison, S.Fahy. 2nd Row: J.Meredith, C.McMilIan, L.Wendell, S.Olson, G.Murray. Within the structure of the student government was the ever needed Executive Council which was appointed by ASB President Steve Curtis. This group of young executives was responsible for the general activities and workings of the entire student body. The officers and their duties were the following: Ron Randall, Commissioner of Activities, was responsible for booking and organizing all assemblies, Steve Fahy, Commissioner of Sports, related the events and problems of the entire athletic program to the student bodyg Gayle Murray, Commissioner of Publicity, informed the school, parents, and community of all school activities, Cindi McMillan, Commissioner of Pep and Morale, provided everyone with school spirit through the rallies and pep club presentations. The Executive Council was truly a vital part of the student government of El Segundo High School. Below: Left to Right: Tod McNaughton, Debbie Puffer, Bell, Steve Guastaferro-students who care about school's government. Right: "So freshmen can't paint, they!" Debbie Puffer refutes ASB President, S.Curtis. Class finances and class activities were the major concern of The Senate They provided communications between the student govern ment, the school, and classes. ASB Vice President Mike Jellison, was the presiding officer of the Senate this year, and helped classes organize money-making activities and Wednesday class meetings. From the Homecoming to the spending of class funds, the Senate was busily at work. Cara their can't X. .ttg .Q if . Seated Left to Right: V.Davis, S.Murphy, D.Puffer, D.Morehead, K.McAllister, D.McCauley, S.Guastaferro, K.Wallace. Standing: L.Curtis, M.Jellison. Left: Sophomore girls Diane Morehead and Cara Bell look up to the leadership shown by VP Mike Jellison. 12 NM kk.f I for f ' lst Row: S.McGregor, T.Stewart, K.Dalgleish. 2nd Row- V.Pulaski, J.Hobe, J.Laffoon, M.WiIson, K.Welch, P Justice, S.Phillips, C.Farnell, G.Turino, K.WoIfsberger K.Luthy. 3rd Row: D.Chabrajez, D.Chabrajez, N.Murphy L.Hamaker, C.Ray, D.Cottriel, M.Ruane, E.Wiley, T.Flynn 4th Row: R.Lake, T.Soto, V.Jellison, S.Horst, J.Ramsey A.Brown. 5th Row: Non-member, V.Scott, K.Karutz, C Purvis, S.Stuthard, M.Curtis, S.Bryant, Non-member B.Clevenger, R.Ruis, J.Hancock, J.Gigena. Left: Ken Dalg: leish illustrates the location for the new marquee. Each of us had the opportunity to have our ideas and opinions heard through the House of Representatives This year the House was headed by Speaker, Ken Dalgleish, Scott McGregor, Speaker Pro Temg and Tara Stewart, Secretary. Members of the House were elected in each second period class and problems and topics for discussion came from these classes. The House was responsible for getting the new scoreboard, putting up football posters around town, putting on another successful carnival, and looking out for the general welfare of the entire student body. r if 41: Colonels Tara Stewart and Ellen Thomas took time out of a busy schedule to pose for a picture. 112: The wagon moved on as Drill Team provided the wheels for the "Circus" half-time. 43: Looking to this day were Colonels Tara Stewart Cleftj and Ellen Thomas. iM: Tara Stewart was a pivot point for a wagon wheel. 115: Drill Team instructor, Mrs. Sandy Behrmann, had great pride in the 1971-72 DrillTeam. Performing at half-time, Drill Team was the highlight of all home football games. W sl L' Jw. ,g,---IJ w ,N .,,, V - M ' . A . Q-, I' . ,. -wp -.M .W M fl ., W K ' New Nl , . N " if ,112 e 5 is 'fi 5 'V up if it we-sik A 'Y -In , ' :-ini, g l ts A The Rank Leaders this year were, Left to Right: J.Meredith, T.Schmutz, C.FarneIl, R. Roth, P.Morgan, C.Ray, C.Devilbiss. Front Row: Head Rank Leaders L.Gregg and L.HoI- comb. V?-1 K, J'-at Sis... fr 'tx NWA' if My Above: The Drill Team and Band step off to the first number MH, of the "Circus" half-time. Left: At the first half-time, the Drill Team waits impatiently for their cue to step off. si.: K . . '-.Am Looking sharp and pretty in their new blue and gold uniforms were the girls of action in the Drill Team. Colonels Tara Stewart and Ellen Thomas and teacher Mrs. Sandy Behrmann made the dreams ofa greater Drill Team a reality by putting the girlsthrough some rigid practices and routines every day during 4th period and after school. At the first of four home games, they rocked out to U25 or 6 to 4" by "Chicago". "Circus Time", "Roaring 2O's", "Cha-Cha-Cha", and "Can-Can" were other themes performed by the Drill Team and Band for the appreciative audiences in the bleachers. The splash of blue and gold pompoms waving in the stands added to the spirit of the Eagles and fans alike. Determination to change and improve won out for everyone as the Drill Team moved ahead to lead the school in spirit. Drill Team-Back Right to Front Left in "E" shape: T.Aikens, C.Bell, M.Cottriel, K.Wiley, J.Collings, B.Bryan, D.Lucero, K. Cummings, C.Majors, J.Froelich, L.Gaston, J.Westover, L. Briese, D.EffIandt. From top of "S" shape down: K.Hann, R. Hare, B.Bryan, K,Goodale, M.Ruane, M.Honselor, D.Harrison, J.Ha os K.Wills, V.Dicks, P.Swann, L.LowelI, L.Honselor, C. Y l Hartman, J.Hayos, C.Johnson. Below: With swirling pompoms, the Drill Team d to do another routine. marches into place, rea y O ..N l ,ici Right: Front to Back: M.WiIson, A.WiIIiams, Dlagorski, F.Stef- fer, V.Schaeffer QLeft to rightj M.Tomazewski, D.Sturm, J.Shan- non, L.Lucero, D.Summers, L.WarfieId, Above: The Drill Team awaits the cue from the drum major to step off to pre-game performance. Left: Left all the way around in "D" shape: N.Murphy, K.Ramsey, D.Morehead, L.Lindstrom, M.McGarry, T.Morris, P.Ray, M. McClary, S.Phillips, M.McKean, M.Petrovich, S.Martin, J.SayIor, K.Howard. Below: With the background of the band, Caroline Clarke, Diane Morehead, Peggy Ray, and Cindi Majors march to their places during the Circus half-time. . . N Those days you wish would never end were the days of pep rallies, football games and Marching Band. Over 80 students gathered their talents together to create one of the best bands in the South Bay area. The community as well as the school applauded the performances of this group at games, rallies, and especially at Homecoming. Assisting band instructor Mr. Richard Tash with this outstanding group were Ron Randall, drum major, and Roc McNaughton, assistant drum major. Vitally important were the many band officers, managers and librarians of each class. The Eagle band looked great and sounded even better. " www-magma We ' is .. u l Tiff' 1 1 'Y Top Left: Patti Shanks sings the Star Spangled Banner. Above: Row 1 L. to R.: Eileen Kennedy, Prudence Ashley, Sandi Schroder, Karen Magee. Row 2: Kathy Collings, Ma- aike Holman. Row 3: Gay Pendleton, John Castle. Row 4: Jeff Bell, Patty Shanks. Row 5: Joe Stiers, Paul Guy, Nancy 'Ng Price, Tim Matchett, Chet Harter, Polly Westover, John Bot- ii ting. 'S rj-jd, . " A C5 , ' E x F Q 531, C? rj Z .5 W :Def-ff :few fda O an Y - 4 N gg - , N' g , -9 ' 74 1 I ' CJ ., U5 F S' B A X 'ts UU J A .J-D f-,J 35 kj - 5, . fl' - -fs if :J Mis: 'et NJ A. . F , I D Q, . E' T b AJ V i-D D P! ,. -xib fi? J . .5 -E . - W S HSM it iffifaft vs? J rjwjlsjlggjr KS? 451 J. Ji js T 45 Q P . 1:32 'ww' Right: Band Director Richard Tash displays a little candid humor, or is he just cracking up under the strain? Below: The percussion section awaits the drum major's signal to step off to the next forma- tion during one of the excellent half-times. Bottom: Roc McNaughton steps in as drum major. bwgb 4 K d"""'s wie' For every home football game there was a Marching Band Although the band members complained and griped about all the practices, they enjoyed the fun and companionship found in such a large, active group. A small pep band usually played at all away games which added to the school spirit. The band had a chance to compare themselves with bands from other schools in several band reviews throughout the year. They sold stadium cushions to help raise money for trips and other band activities. All agreed that the marching Eagles added much to our student life. Bottom: The trornbones blast out with drill team in background. Below: This routine shuffles the band and drill team for half-time entertainment. Left: Proudly stands this year's drum rnaior, Ron Randall. "You are mad," said Alice to the rabbit, and it was a Mad-Hatter's Ball! Tumbling into the "Alice in Wonderland" at the Hacienda Hotel South Starlite Room on October 30th were over 220 students to enjoy the 1971 Homecoming Coronation. Sponsored by the Golden Eagle Annual Staff, this year's Coronation was another big success. Barbara Albinus and her committees labored hard and long to provide the entire student body with a "Wonderful Wonderland" and an evening to remember. Music was by the Colridge Taylor band. Climaxing the evening was the crowning ofthe 1971 Homecoming King and Queen-Mike .lellison and Betty Young! ', Q ku,,,,.,.J X " ,,., A Q RQ Q' A S ix Above Right Corner: Students groove to Colridge Taylor at Coronation. Middle Left-Right: Senior Prince Steve Curtis and Princess Lynn Wendell, Junior Prince Jim Chavez and Princess Meg Tomaszewski. Sophomore Prince Tim Cargill and Princess Laurette Bowie, Frosh Prince Ron Giery and Princess Michele DeFontes. Above Left: The 1971 Homecoming King and Queen- Mike Jellison and Betty Young. Above Right: Steve Bryant, mystery guest, gasps at being found out! N Xu Upper Left: King Mike Jellison gives traditional kiss to Betty Young. Middle Left: Colridge Taylor provided the sounds at the 1971-72 Coronation Ball. Lower Left: Last year's Queen, Jan Huey, crowns Betty Young and King Mike Jellison. Upper Right: Crown Bearers Mike Burgman and Julie Peterson "Look to the Day" when they will sit on the throne as the royal couple. Upper Middle Right: To their surprise Mike Jellison and Betty Young reign as 1971 Homecoming King and Queen. Lower Middle Right: King Mike and Queen Betty are seated after being crowned. Lower Right: The dude, Steve Bryant, escorts Queen Betty Young to her throne. 7 45- Ai X.,- in With the news and excitement of the Coronation, Homecoming was not far behind. ln keeping with this year's theme, "Through the Looking Glass", Pep Club re- created Alice andthe White Rabbit at the Homecoming Rally. The football team was presented a spirit chain full of good wishes and a letter of good luck from the King and Queen. Blue and gold spirit dots were all over campus and added to the spirit which helped the team to an 8-O victory over St. Monica. The Key Club and Epsilon Sigma float, a huge play- ing card of the Queen of Hearts, walked off with first prize for the second year in a row. Missing from the parade and activities was the Junior Class float, a victim of vandalism by some less mature students on campus. l A ,L , , I XKKA K I I ,.,,. -uw,at.,.m .... J. Q 'N V i - . Wt , I ...,. ,"- 1 MQ. int 1. King Mike Jellison and Queen Betty Young. 2. Senior Princess Lynn Wendell and Prince Steve Curtis. 3. Jun- ior Princess Meg Tomaszewski and Prince Jim Chavez. 4. Sophomore Princess Laurette Bowie and her escort Scott Schultz. 5. Freshman Princess Michelle DeFontes and Prince Ron Giery. 6. This year's Grand Marshall, DL Stevenson and his daughter Donna 7 Mr Duff body. 8. Mr. Watkins receives a pie in the face because of the great spirit displayed by the student body. . . , . . . y M, , , . ,K , N added to the spirit by clowning around with the student . . . t , P ' l. f .YM7 wil" "-Hmm - l R - 1-an 'ifrsfllfi ' 35 29 ' . I 6 . P. x dl ,- '3fi52Ff , .X Q" 7? X NQ , ",.4 -?Q'lr3Q ,Qtr wF' K qua 'L : . . 71 ,,- . f S sl - -2. :. -, wr' ff Q R, ,iv "swf: Q s W ' 1. The Royal Court, L-R3 Michelle DeFontes, Meg Tomaszewski, Betty Young, Lynn Wendell, and Laurette Bowie. 2. King and Queen Mike Jel- lison and Betty Young get the Red Carpet treatment during half-time. 3. Mascots displayed the good luck letter from the King and Queen. 4. Dr. Machisic and Superintendent Dr. Harter smile as they ride in the Homecoming Parade. 5. Pep Club members and the football team proudly display the victory sign for their 8-O win over St. Monica. fu-...gs 2 gggi A Hia xg l iig xiii This year's Grand Marshall was Mr. Stevenson, a great supporter of all Eagle events. Completing the parade were the Junior and Senior High School Bands and the Royal Court of class princesses and princes. It is rumored that many students at ESHS go to school just to see the Assemblies. This year many fine assemblies were presented to us through the efforts of Ron Randall, Commissioner of Assemblies. Along with the usuals, such as the chorus and John Goddard assemblies, there were new presentations such as the "Athletes For Youth" assembly. 1. John Goddard narrates .one ,of his always exciting travel films. 2,3,4,5g Susan Horst, Vicki Jellison, Betty Young, and Jim Peterson model some of the latest fash- ions for the girls' fashion show put on by the Broadway. 6. The beginning girls' and boys' chorus entertain at one of the chorus assemblies. 7. Dave Hull, Wes Parker and Jim Lefebvre answer questions from the audience at the "Athletes For Youth" assembly. 8. The advanced girls' chorus waits for their cue. 9. The seniors put up an invincible wall on offense while Donna Cowan runs for a first down. 10. The senior cheerleaders show their great form: Don Bell, Bob MacGregor, Pat Giery, Carl Wilson, Glenn White, Mike Jellison, Arne Elmore, Sandi Schrader, Alan Brown, Stewart Swiggum, Sean Cronin and John Peterson. 11. The senior cheerleaders were always ready to cheer their team on to victory. 12. The seniors came through at halftime psyched up to win. 13. A touchdown for the seniors! 14. Senior, Debbie Summers hustles off the field. 15. After much effort, senior, Cindy Hull got the flag of junior, Phyllis Helvey. A new event for everyone to enjoy this year was the Powder Puff Football Game between the senior and junior girls. The seniors, coached by Mr. Hale, pulled a 14-8 victory over the strong juniors coached by Mr. Whittington. Many favored the seemingly stronger juniors but the swift ground movements of the seniors triumphed. At halftime the juniorsenjoyed an eight point lead over the seniors but were never allowed any more afterthat. as .. egg 943 2? we-'S . f'wf..twxs . -P . . ,,,.1J,6,yggag Q T .A A V K in Ksg, wi.. yi .N Q... gin TL"-' WJ.. -.. 1 f X Fi l ' 'L Q V s ' . -s . . sw... I wr... fs ys i ' - I ' i 1. ldonna Snow can't keep from laugh- ing as she promotes spirit. 2. "E-S- H-S-fight, fight, fight," shouts JV cheerleader Jerese Milleville. 3. Con- ductor Gayle Murray leads the spirit band. 4. In a skit to promote spirit, Susie Horst finds herself in a trash can..5. Mascot Lynn Wendell heads the "V" for the Alma Mater. 6. JV Vicki Jellison waits for a cheer to begin. 7. Sue McKean displays her abilities in a flag routine. .ii Skits, cheers, routines, and jokes were all used as part of this year's Rallies Pep Clubtried to instill in the student body an Eagle pride and support for all teams. One of the biggest successes was "Old-Fashion Day". At the rally, the gym echoed with the music of Woody Herman's band which was "really cookin' on the front burner". A five dollar prize was awarded to the Juniors for having the most participation. Other rallies included class yell competitions, teacher participation, and pep talks from the coaches. Many hours of preparation went into each rally in hopes it would lead all teams to victory. Rallies were something to look forward to for they were a happy ending to a long school week. 1. ln from the 40's a group of swingers are caught "bee-bopping" around. 2. The Fire Department delivers the new Pep Club to the opening rally. 3. Song girl Gina Turino says, "Hi" to the student body in the hello skit. 4. Varsity Cheerleaders line up for the Eagle spell-out. I . has - A l .r 411 'N .i, ' - . . ' ' in-bu L . -. . ... . . .... ,, .. X kv .f Starting out like a 4-alarm fire, the 1971-72 Pep Club made their debut at the first rally via the El Segundo Fire Department, truck-sirens and all! And these peppy girls were in the spirit all year. They did more lead cheers at games and plan started a fire under the some spirit. A spirit chain at blue andjold spirit They planned and the their be. Thanks! Cz Q x, .4 Above Right: Gayle Murray, President of this year's Pep Club. Below, First Row: P.Justice, G.Pagett, M.Lagotta C.McMillan, B.Young, Second Row: V.WilIiamson, J.Mille ville, V.Jellison, G.Murray, l.Snow, J.Ramsey, S.Horst E.Wiley. Third Row: G.Turino, P.Ramey, C.Scott, L.Bowie L.Curtis, D.Chabrajez, S.McKean, D.Ernest, K.Carlson Fourth Row: L.McCanIies, M.Walsh, L.Wendell. Bottom Right Corner: Pep Club keeps the spirit after a grim defeat. fl., sf f f -1 I , 7: R v .i ' Y ew .wcek"i0cVff Q iffy: Af K 6 I , 7 ,bl ,N gf H ,gr eg: S 5 - -ss. 31 X X g 6 2: Varsity Cheerleaders were Gayle Murray, Glenda Pagett, Lori Curtis, Cindi McMillan, and ldonna Snow. 2: Lynn Wendell and Lori Curtis displayed their spirit during rallies. 3: This year's Song girls were Cheryl Scott, Emily Wiley, Pam Justice, Betty Young, Dori Ernest, Gina Turino. 4: Betty Young looks on intently as our team strives for victory. 5: Song girls do their quarterly routine. 6: Coach Morris, Pep Club's sponsor. . Es' - . if af wg fn' f V. ,531 RQ? E I K Wx EN .Q fix. f , rv F3 ,ix ww- ,Q 1 il? i Q2 3x ,sg . C v K, ,Q . w NN . i . A 1: J.V. Cheerleaders- Front Row: Susan Horst, Vicky Jellison, Jerese Milleville, Second Row: Laurette Bowie, Debbie Chabrajez. Juanita Ramsey. 2: J.V. Cheer- leaders promoted school spirit. 3: Arnie Elmore and Alan Brown show their flagtwirling ability at a rally. 4: A fine dinner put on by the Pep Club for the V. football team. 5: "Ready! Hit It!" says Pep Club. 6: Pep Club arrives for first rally. 33 It was a year of fun and action under efficient leadership for Girls' League In the fall they showed the freshmen girls around campus and sponsored an Orientation Tea for all girls new to ESHS. All through the football season they sold rooter ribbons and buttons to help promote school spirit. A fashion show assembly sponsored by Broadway and Girls' League provided a groovy assembly for the girls. The usual Christmas canned food drive was climaxed by the Christmas Dance December 11th in the boys' gym. Valentine telegra ms, Girls' Week, Father-Daughter Sports Night, and the traditional Frosh-Senior Sister get-together kept everyone busy and entertained throughout the rest of the year. Perhaps one of the best activities was working with the El Segundo Women's Club with the POW and MIA program. Betty Young was this year's President. Mrs. DeSmidt and Miss Gelinas were this yea r's sponsors. Look to this day and to yesterday for a happy, eager, helpful Girls' League. Above Right: Betty Young, president Right: officers: Back Row: E.Thomas, S.Stuthard. Middle: B.Young, S.Olson, l.Snow. Front: K.Wiley, V.Jellison. Below: sponsors, Mrs. De Smidt, Mrs. Lenker, Miss Gelinas. Below Right: Betty Young models at the fashion show. sf X .sg K Evgen gin N .vii L ttt i 'ii Representatives: 1: Seniorsg J.Meredith, C.Scott, C.HulI, G.Murray, 2: Juniors: L.LowelI, D.McCauiey, QMissing-K.CarIson and K.WaIlaceJ 3: Sophomores: D.Morehead, L.Bowie, C.BeII, E.Bayes. 4: Betty Young explains canned food drive at a Girls' League meeting. 5: Frosh3 K. Howell, J.Hobe, CMissing-D.Chabrajez, J.Laffoonj 6: Lisa Hamaker dons one of the many new fashions. This was a year of many achievements. Key Club has always meant service to the school and to the community. This year was no exception. With Mr. Watkins as their sponsor, and Bob Kessener as Key Club president, the members were able to work together to perform these many helpful services: ushering at various plays and performances, taking tickets at all home football games: being officials at the Christmas parade, and filling Christmas stockings for needy children. They also helped out at the Child Development Center. The Key Club and Epsilon Sigma float won first place in the El Segundo Homecoming festivities. Throughout the year both organizations worked together to make service projects a reality. FH Q ' 1 ,Q . e x P I , , .- 9 I pl. 2. Key Club and Epsilon Sigma proudly display their prize-winning Homecoming float. 3. The Key Club banner stands before every meeting. 4. Bob Kessener looks on as Junior Queen, ldonna Snow, speaks her peace at a noon-time meeting. 5. Members discuss among themselves the business of the day. 6. Mr. Watkins congratulates newly elected President, Bob Kessener. 36 1. Key Club officers pose, Left to Right: Vice President: Brian McNulty, Junior Queen: ldonna Snow, Historian: Bob Pedersen, President: Bob Kessener: Sergeant of Arms: Tom Jolly, Senior Queen: Lynn Wendell, Secretary: Mike Roberts. Missing are Junior Representative: Bill Frye, and Senior Representative: Dave Jones. . sys vw- 'Q' ,"' 2 S . I, 5 9 pi? magnum, ,fe-1-I , it' ff-.s'-if 'ii is tint -. .3 -"S ff 1' d ' S ' 5 si-A E ' X a' c. if Top Left: President Shirley Brown. Top Right: Epsilon Sigma officers - L. to R. Debbie Bayes, Treasg Shirley Brown, Pres, Toni Patterson, Sec., Kathy Hutchinson, Historian. Middle Left: A busy day for Shirley Storm, Shirley Brown, and Vicki Davis at one of many Epsilon Sigma noon meetings. Bottom Left: Miss Petty, Sponsor. Above: Sue Ramey caught eating during noon meeting. 38 Row 1: Judy Zimmerli, Charisse Roach, Toni Patterson, Debbie Jones, Felicia Kongable. Row 2: Joyce Hayos, Laurie Gaston, Colleen Rear don, Deanna Limberg, Denise O'Grady, Janet Brackett, Kathy Hutchinson, Shirley Storm, lrene Miha. Row 3: Suzanne Ramey, Vicki Davis Cindy Hull, Shirley Brown, Janice Meredith, Debbie Bayes, Sandi Schrader. Continuing in the tradition of service to school and community was Epsilon Sigma This honorary girls' society did much to help the school and the community. In September, Epsilon Sigma, along with Key Club, helped lost parents find their way to classrooms on Back-to- School night. They sold tickets at home football games and handed out POW pamphlets on Veterans' Day. The night of November 23 they supervised and worked at the Senior-Junior girls' Powder Puff football game-and a few members even took part as the senior girls zoomed to victory. At Christmas time they sold candy canes to raise money for their club and journeyed to the Hawthorne Community Hospital where they sang carols for the patients. In the springthey had their traditional "Come as you are" breakfast initiation and worked on numerous other service projects. This active, concerned group of senior girls can truly look to this day and every day as a day well lived. "Walk together, talk together, people of the Earth". . .motto of AFS. Walking and talking with us on the ESHS campus this year were two AFS Foreign Exchange Students. Irene Miha from Greece and Judy Zimmerli from Switzerland proved that young people can achieve the purpose of AFS- to bring people from all over the world together. Irene Miha practiced friendship and she soon became a friend with the students, faculty and community as she spoke at assemblies and civic clubs, telling us about her native Greece and its great history and customs. She enjoyed the American system of education that offers students the opportunity to choose their classes. Although she had a time adjusting to our American food, she did develop a liking for fried chicken and hamburgers. When not playing volleyball, reading, or swimming, Irene was talking and visiting with her many American friends both on and off campus. Her message to us was "Trust yourselves" and "Thanks to ESHS." Judy Zimmerli came to our campus from the beautiful snow covered Alps of Switzerland. California was a definite change in weather and also in education. At ESHS she went on field trips and had to choose her own classes, neither of which was permitted in the schools of Switzerland. One of her favorite classes was Behavioral Science because she liked to meet and study people and their behavior. Judy also liked to travel and found the American people both friendly and helpful. Judy likes American peanut butter and , like other Californians, found that a car was a necessity to get around. Although life in El Segundo was different for our AFS students, they added a charm and enjoyment that filled our life with happiness. ESHS will miss Irene and Judy and will remember them always. Best wishes go with them from our campus and community. Middle: Foreign exchange students, Irene Miha and Judy Zimmer- li. Below Left: AFS sponsor, Mrs. Shipley. Below: AFS meetings were so crowded that members had to sit on the floor. M., """-up X3 .vie Above: Filling in as President, foreign exchange student, Irene Miha Right: Ladden with books, Judy Zimmerli "makes the scene" at an AFS meeting. .0 ..,, .QF 15 f ' . 'S' ,Ls - T' "lc 40 K Lg- if V ' 2955. i ig. fsf ,- la V 3 ' S .-4-1 W Many clubs functioned actively on the ESHS campus. Among them was AFS Providing activities and experiences to help promote the friendship and organization necessary to support the AFS Exchange program, this club had a busy year. The annual pancake breakfast, a car wash, and the Dollars for Scholars march kept the members and AFS President, Joyce Cuthbertson, and sponsor, Mrs. Karin Shipley, busy planning and working all year. All of us will look well to the day when all people from all over the world will walk together and talk together in bonds of friendship through the efforts of the AFS program. il, ..- as ,Nh Left: Deanna Limberg disrupts another AFS meeting by talking with Cathy Cum- mings and Exchange Student, Judy Zimmerli. Below Left: AFS Officers, Front Row: Kristi Wallace, Kristi Carlson, Back Row: Judy Zimmerli, Irene Miha. Bottom: Next year's exchange student finalists Kathy Cummings and Jim Witt. f wi, n-',,--rg-pg: pzv...w-.-Y H ..l- ,wwf W W. 0 I n Athletes came in all sizes and shapes as both boys and girls participated in the Eagle Sports. M The autumn leaves were still on the trees as the football teams took to the gridiron to kick off the year to a good start. The varsity football team found the season a little rough and disappointing, but the Bees and Cees both took Pioneer League Championships. While all of this was happening, the Cross Country runners and Girls' GIA Volleyball were making news with their victories. As the winter season approached, the basketball teams and wrestlers prepared to take on all competitors. Spring brought the swinging bats of baseball and girls' softball, and the fleeting feet of track. All in all, sports played a big role in making each day memorable, giving us hope for further success and for progressive character building in the future. 1 Bob MacGregor pulls to lead Tim Cargill on a sweep. 2 Steve Fahy makes a diving catch, just in bounds. 3 Craig Cleary spots his target and fires. 4 Breaking into the open, Stewart Swiggum goes for a long gainer. 5 Terry Eady scores six points for the Eagles. , . Q ' it 75 in F -258. X .5 ' iii? "E , . ,W .et s 7 Q ti! kt V A ' K of K ,QW ...M . ...., Q. , K fx N fi' ,ik in 'I if as e fe it Q- 3 - , H f E 1 Q f 3 P. f , Q i 1 'f 5' if . J is if sl e E . of f '5' ' V4 I T A 2 M JTC 3'R'?. 3 ' ' : T if 4 1 i f f e i .H tt ft? .. it 3,,,ff E .W a 1 :xi ., 'E 4' ' Q ' fi 'lib 1 'Q ' l. i 4,125 , 'g i , Q "W '7 'mf-'ff Row 1: K.Steichen, C.Collette, C.Orlowski, T.Eady, A.Brown, S.Fahy, B.MacGregor, C.Wilson, T.Ray, M.Randall, B.Marquez, M.O'Dell. Row 2: Coach Carter, S.Domann, K.Carter, M.Oppolzer, L.Randall, M.Sutherland, S.Guastaferro, B.Landreth, K.DaIgleish, S.Swiggum, M.Janssen S.Obradovich, J.Hancock, P.Briese, R.Smith, B.Newman, D.Layne, Coach Smith. Row 3: Coach Felix, T.Cargill, R.Byrd, S.Cronin, D.Bell, M. Mullins, J.Chavez, J.Hayes, D.Tilford, D.Riggins, R. Grounds, D.Stoltenberg, C.Cleary, B.Adams, B.Stapleton, A.Elmore. D.Riggins, D.Mink- Ier, Coach Garr. With only two returning letterman the T Varsity Football Team was forced to initiate a rebuilding program. Although they only won two games, the Eagles gained valuable experience toward next season. The defense was stingy most of the season, but the offense didn't get in gear until the last few games. Led by captains Steve Fahy and Bob MacGregor, the Eagles always impressed their opponents with their never-say-die attitude. No matter what the win-loss record was, the Eagle fans stuck behind their team because they knew they would always see great, hard -fought football. H, The Eagles line prepares for battle. 45 ,., ..,.,,..,v, , 5 A War With Rules 1 Hancock and Fahy hit 'em high and low. 2 Behind great, great blocking, Cleary has plenty of time to pass. 3 Going high for the ball, Ken Dalgleish wrestles it away from a defender. 4 Tim Cargill runs for daylight. ,5 MStewart Swiggum sees daylight behind Alan Brown's block. 6 Steve Obra- dovich throws the long bomb. 7 Steve Fahy tucks the ball under his arm and heads upfield. 8 Jim Chavez throws Ontario for a big loss. -vw . -e ' R+ ,arm N- 1 Q'-r. , . 6 . J 1 7' lgwixymg-if B We - 4 sffsrfiisalim -A 314. f ' ,J .W-ff ' ,W 5+ - E-. , 1971-72 Varsity Football Awards Most Valuable Player Steve Fahy Most Valuable Back Terry Eady MostVaIuable Lineman Mike Randall Most Improved Player Matt Mullins , 'r ' 'mv s if A Q vw 1' P "Gam ' gee by Ar .' ' i "fr - . r . h N Most Inspirational Player Bob MacGregor F 115-ii E llb 1 . 5 - . ff , ye .-L , g - f N. ,ye J: Q . 3 ,. , l .5 .X . W -T fry M 3 KQWA L . S H M.- TX O Eagles 8 Eagles 6 Eagles 4 Eagles 6 Eagles 2 Eagles 8 Eagles O Eagles i4 Eagles Leuzinger Norte Vista Ontario Mira Costa Lennox Miraleste St. Monica Murphy Lawndale 1 Eagle line opens a hole as Brown picks up cru- cial first down. 2 Stu Swiggum turns the cor- ner for important yard- age. 3 Don Bell shows all-league form. 4 Terry Eady plunges for a first. 5 Breaking away from a defender, Steve Fahy eyes a big gain. 'Yi-he ex L .,.......,t 5t's35"f s -- P ' - ev 5: A t Q' Q K' A 3 .52 tw? of ., , V si t X19--if ' ,L 4 47 in 41 K K W -own... V, .X LN xx sew. 'AM .Wm -. ...M Q 'gg ff" -. I .. J x -- - . f . get X... , we X . - 1 Mark Weinstein makes the catch and Murphy can only watch. 2 Tom Soto shows that he can run as well as pass. 3 The Sophs complete another pass to Dobrovolny. 'B 1 .. 1' at--'st-'W ei -' - --1--:-'f-1ui,'I"'r"' - -.,.,.,,M...,- -...w,.A..,--. sur' """"W"t A A Y si. f ,,,,,,-,., I if 4 Q 4 . Q . '. A X -1 . A' 'G " , - fi, . A X, g ' l ,Q , L 'J p ' A t i ,E -9 N x nw 1 . T ' l 1 I Q v . , 5 K V K .W B Y ' it ,, E". l K . - 37 jig n 1, A . ,iv -F K t V, li A F ? 1 4 K XF 4 I , K QQ K . I lea S 1 1' . ..l -1 -E 1 s .ff 4 - 4 L- E 7 1 V li N X I J' ' in 1- 2 I I Q" 3,9 S I I A .J'Q.2:1f-' ii J. , j Q. A rx , L 1 V IQ, y 3 .L at ers ll he gf -1.51 s . Q3 1 . 'l' L ' ' wig .- ' rr- Kir' r i -ffr lrf - I . - - ' , . V . . ' ' i , . ' ' .. 1 ' W 'Q' 'lt' , 1 , 1 V. 'Yi' P wt . I ' 1- 3 we V ' i' ' J -' f ,jll Row 1: M.Briney, G.Drozd, A.Walker, M.Weinstein, B.Cuthbertson, M.Glidewell, T.Yasin, B.Riggs. Row 2: J.CorelIa, B.Smith, T.Moncrief, B.Brown, K.DeHermida, R.Reed, C.Elliot, D.LeMasurier. Row 3: T.Harrington,T.Soto, S.Schulz. B.Ferguson. S.Phillips, G.Shilling, B.Smith, J.Newmanf Row 4: D.Eady, A.Carbon, R.Capo, R.Miera, P.GIynn, D.Connor, M.Luikens. Row 5: Coach Hale, D.Dunbabin, S.Long, D. Dobrovolny. S.Crews, K.McKeown, R.Harb, Coach Kerker. . The Soph Football team started slowly and finished champions. Entering league play, the Eagles had no wins and three defeats. Then the coaches decided to go with a whole new offensive set. Behind the Most Valuable Lineman Bryan Smith, and Most Valuable Backs Mark Weinstein and Tom Soto, the offense and defense soon formed into the league's best. ln league competition the Sophs went undefeated and outscored their opponents 179-40. All agreed that the 1971 Soph Football Team's championship season was a great maturing experience. 48 ,.!9'f-ie, me . -ft ,-Aiwa. W. emu- .,. XV .1 V1 ""Ml'w,"'gf ,ff z T: 1 " ' 3Qi7Q!33igB4,? WL-eff: if-fJi'2Q3l205.'Q?'0.hf'l-gf? f'f"' ft 1-sf" 'QA 'gt L35 Nj 7 J '59 L f-+I f Q 1 A4 A -'Y f ' J J an Qi325w"r'. Ji Fizvivw M fa is Q? -w .-i-.,."' ' ' - ' f .. . Row 1: R.Shea, W.Palmer, R.Giery, K.Keenum, K.Craig, G.Deeter, J.Stroh, W.Murray, B.Disosway, H.Dye, M.McKinley, N.Barto, G.Lappen, K.Pearson, D.Allen, S'.Brown, M.Carrol, B.Mathews, J.Buckingham, J.Brightwell, K.Harmon, J.Berggren, C.Wardrop, .l.Booterbaugh, A.Oien, K.CaIvert. Row 3: J.McCann, C.Cannon, A.Graham, B.Leggett, D.Bryant, M.Bell, C.Campbell, K.Faut, T.Goodman, B.Deal, J. Patterson, T.Clark, J.Purvis, J.Gigena, M.Douglas, G.Chamberland, R.Fowler, J.Obershelp, D.Roach, D.Wagley, C.Kassales, D.Kapell, Coach Whittington. Row 4: A.Stenberg, B.Jones, W.Knox, D.LeBlanc, T.Rowson, K.Adams, T.Williams, T.Wilson. If -Y tr W .WW MEN 'must ' Any time a team goes undefeated in league play, it's something to talk about. The Frosh Football Team sported a well-balanced team with a tough defense and a potent offense. Anchored by the team's Most Valuable Player, Jorge Gigena, the defense allowed only two touchdowns on the ground and none through the air during league play. On offense the running of Jim Buckingham and Tom Rowson complemented the passing combination of Bill Palmer to Joe Purvis. This was another fine season forthe Eagles. 1. Tom Rowson scoots around right end for 15 yards. 2. Behind fine blocking, Bill Palmer spots his man. 3. Jim Buckingham heads for the open field behind great blocking. 4. John Stroh bulls his way through a would-be tackler. D111 f El Segundo's 1971 Varsity Water Polo Team with a small squad of 7 Seniors and 5 Juniors had the most successful season since 1965. They compiled a record of 19 wins and only 3 losses, which took them through the third round of CIF playoffs before being eliminated by Lakewood 8-5. The Pioneer League dropped waterpolo this year and El Segundo was forced to free lance. The Eagles played a strenuous season schedule, which included 9 games against teams that qualified for CIF Playoffs. However, El Segundo's very impressive record of 17 wins and only 2 losses for regular season play qualified them once again for the CIF Playoffs. A highlight of the early season was El Segundo's surprising victory in the South Bay Tournament. After impressive wins in the first three games, Burroughs 22-3, Miraleste 15-7 and Mira Costa 14-8, El Segundo beat the favored Crescenta Valley in a fast and exciting game 16-11 for the Tournament Championship. Another satisfying victory was the 7-6 win over traditional rival, Whittier HS, in the El Segundo pool when Clevenger scored his 5th goal in the 2nd overtime period. . .. . kk::,,...' Aikk Q .t,, 2 I , VVIV K at , -V K 1 1 .4 .... ii 'T Q i: Nix QQ Qs, K ,hs ft: K . my as - tii . , K , Vtbx .. . , 'S - 5'-L - "ttf -A .s..,""' ,i.g "N . f S 'K 'ffl . . 5 . K " NM.-sf , 4, FS . 'K A 7- . ,,,, tk - I A .Q A f5???Fi5fs5f?"3SiQ:5F'f' if -sf 'fiiQ1:f'if!ff51s.ffs : s1 fi,- - f -. 1, , I V- 1-gg 1 A -- .. -.. f . ,,,, X' A i ' 1 ' - J - - P . 1 . . L . . J . . - ---- .X - -. -if ' .. - i. . I - Qi.. . . Q . f - ' L. -"' , J P ' Q' Above Row 1 John Kucera Steve Mohr Jim Witt Jay tman Row 2 Brad L' dke Ben Hobe Ben Bro kens, J hn O'Connor, Gordon evenger, Steve Hamaker, ' ard Botfeld.FarAbove: tain Gor on Cleveng rQ.w5,tJg1eQalltOSCOf6 OUWGVD Ini- f '05 ' i l lists l In the first round of CIF, EI Segundo drew Costa Mesa. In a thrilling game played at El Camino College, the Eagles were down O-2 in the first quarter, but they fought their way back to a 7-6 victory as Clevengerfired in 6 goals and McNulty added one. They were supported on defensive play by goalie Ben Hobe and guards Dave Sheehan and John O'Connor. The second round brought a surprising win over favored Los Altos. The Eagles were down O-2 in the first minute of the game, but had a final victory of 9-7. Clevenger had one of his finest games, scoring seven goals in seven attempts. The third round brought Lakewood for the 3rd straight year and once again the Eagles were not able to cope with the overpowering Lakewood defense and a 5-8 loss ensued. . - s, l.":'k.":...'-LX!-su. 'X .N ii 5 Far Above: Steve Hamaker guards his opponent in the CIF Playoffs at Lakewood. Above Left: John O'Connor positions himself for a goal. Above Right: Coach Saari talks with the team at Lakewood. Left: Brian McNulty swims away from his opponents to score another Eagle goal. Far Below All CIF 3rd Team la er Brian McNult Below Ben Brookens swims : p y y. : toward the goal. Right: All CIF Co-Player-of-the-Year Gordon Clevenger. Senior Gordon Clevenger had an outstanding season record, as his tremendous scoring ability and all-rou nd play accounted for most of the Eagles victories. His fantastic season record of 138 goals out of 250 attempts for a .555 percentage was the best in all CIF play this year. It also ranked him 2nd in total scoring and 5th in season percentage of scoring in El Segundo's all-time records. Clevenger was selected, along with Sunny Hill player, Greg Carey, as 1971 All CIF Co-Players-of-the-Year. Junior Brian McNulty, who furnished most of the scoring support for Clevenger was named to the 1971 All CIF 3rd Team. Ben Hobe in his first year as goalie, after sitting out a year of competition saved several close ga mes with some spectacular stops. Dave Sheehan, John O'Connor and Richard Botfeld were outstanding defensively duringthe season, while Brad Liedke and Steve Hamaker usually controlled the center of the pool with their speed and strength. Junior Ben Brookens missed the first 7 games of the season due to illness, but bolstered the offense in crucial games with his left-handed lob shots. 52 ...N lwiis -as-M9 mme on Q P A - N- Q t, it no lE.'fg'W"f if s s Ar. K Ut. k.i. ,tual N y f R s K ' ' 5 1+ . .AMR -. g . i f7'iigip,, -.:" if S . t 1 ,,.. ZKI .,, gp . I f 13' ga1"ss-1 it 'Say . ,-1 -tw - ,ri-Z .X.. - A. ,- m x. .. s i N e ws 'L k .' ,. f-iw- " no 1 s. -' 'Q- , . 7 F , N K ykkh .L kg--at Q- Q H-K if A v ',. s...g: cg ' .wit we f ...fre . - V it s f' W. f - -Q . J f. X 'kk. '- it ..etw1 Q A 1 , s if f s 4 Q Y' 5' f nz - , e eg t , - 'x , "ff ,311 ,mf-W: Vi- gms:-as I ' A -X -s -- -. .f ' ,, H ,... " ',,". .g i Q t, .. -"' Q i A-M wp' 5,6 -'tw f N' -- yr .- ' i 1i.i:.JQ-9334 We 1- 5 it .g ififi wi is tg" 5 43 jig . . + , ,Q iisxfq pw. 1 , 9, N' . tg as t l U s P 2 N-t., Leia! PW' --e . A 'WY Q sgxik , . if f P L at,N.i 33 all I sifted 'HQ-40' Above: Coach Saari and Gordon Clevenger discuss the game with the team. Left: John O'Connor looks for a teammate to assist. Below: David Sheehan ponders the outcome of agame. Y has f M ESL J' X Q: f .XFX .. -i . tw W s .1 , 'NU , . is, .1 ,, i . tin .iss X t www .Q 53 Sim Amex 255522 With another change this year in waterpolo the B-JV Waterpolo Team was the most complicated. The playing of squads this year was dependent upon the classification of the teams from opposing schools. Some players had exponents for JV playing and others for Bee. lf an opposing school was classified as Bee our JV players had to go up onto the Varsity roster. The B-JV squad was only at its strongest when the JVplayers came back from the Varsity squad. David Botfeld made a sudden death goal to highlight the Long Beach Wilson game. Rick Peterson and Rod Randall played steady ball fortheir seasons and Richard Botfeld had a fine day at the Mira Costa 'B' Tournament to help us to a 4th place standing. The B-JV squad finished their season with 3 wins and 11 losses. ff., 7? it Far Above: Brad Clevenger rescues the ball from his opponent Above Row 1: Don CoIeman,Eric Kirkhuff,Tom Hall, Tim Randall Argel Alma quer, Casimir Pulaski. Row 2: David Botfeld, Tim McDonnell Rick Pawlowski, Ken Karutz, Rick Peterson, Brad Clevenger Rod Randall Paul Guy. Right: Jim Witt smiles for a picture prior to a game ,ff fxw- .Sr .3 lip- ., E t ,I . . in - ... 2 f' 'llswx We The win-loss record of 1 win and 10 losses can be a misleading reality for the Cee Waterpolo Team The success of this season should be measured through experience. The considerable playing time the majority of the team members collected was indicated by the success they enjoyed as Cee Waterpolo players. The Cee Team was centered around the experience of Paul Guy, Tim Randall, Kirk Wolfsberger and Ben Bogossian. The speed of Mark Berenger and goal keeping of Eric Atkeson were real assets to the Freshmen. 1 Top Left: Kirk Wolfsberger fights with all his might to get the ball away from his opponent. Middle Left: Ken Karutz contemplates on the upcoming game. Above Row 1: George Crich- ton, Tom Whitney, Mark Berenger, John Linn, Craig Mohr. Row 2: Eric Atkeson, Ben Bogos- sian, Tim Randall, Paul Guy, Frank Kielnecker, Kirk Wolfsberger. Left: Paul Guy speeds to- wards the ball before his opponent reaches it. Ir With the combination of first year wrestlers and seasonal veterans, The Varsity Wrestling Team has made the best showing in three years. This year's co-captains, Jeff Johnson and Jack Roberts, plus the team's wonder-machine, Mike Sutherland, had excellent records in duel meets. Other outstanding wrestlers were Ralph Byrd, John Curia, George Gigena, and Bob MacGregor. Top: Bob MacGregor tries to roll his opponent for a pin. Above Row 1: Keith Adams John Curia, Rich Curia, Jeff Johnson, Ernie Reynoso, John Brightwell, Rob Mathews Row 2: Coach Whittington, George Gigena, Terry Ray, Brent Landreth, Ralph Byrd Jack Roberts, Bob MacGregor, Mike Sutherland, Coach Felix. 56 1. Rich Curia prior to a successful pin. 2. Jeff Johnson in the process of pinning another opponent. 3. John Curia rolling his opponent to set himself for a pin. 4. Mike Sutherland pinning his opponent at Lawndale. 5. Ralph Byrd man- uevering his opponent for another Eagle pin. 1: Row 1: Ben Bogossian, Gene Chamber- Iand, Eric Atkeson, Mike Kennedy, Tim Campbell, Brian Fergeson, Row 2: Paul Church, Mark Swire, Steve Guastaferro, Matt Luikens, Tom Sperry, Bill Diele, Keith Keenum, Coach Felix. 2: Ben Bo- gossian tries to manuever his way out of his opponent's hold. 3. Brian Ferge- son trying to roll his opponent. Led by Ben Bogossian and Gene Chamberland, The JV Wrestling Team lacked the experience of the Varsity Squad. The JV's didn't have a complete squad but they won impressively over Culver City and Schurr High School. "' 'iraq-1, 1: Gene Chamberland just after a successful takedown. 2: Bill Frye is declared the win- ner. 3: Torn Sperry uses all his strength against his opponent. 4: Keith Keenum rolls his opponent resulting in a pin. 5: Matt Luikens prior to a successful takedown. ff' W' Q f- '- .,wGtwf: K V s1u,?k'1ss- -1-Le saw-QEVSWSI-5 ' L- ' ...NXN Us 4""'Q it .12 TN Q t S. in This year's Varsity Basketball Team started its season with a burst of wins climaxed by several fine showings in some tough tournament competition. ln the Norwalk Tournament the Eagles took a third place standing, losing by only two points to the second team, Rolling Hills, They also took third place in the Inglewood Tournament. Strangely enough, the "shuffle" offense hardly ever seemed to click, and the Eagles did n't congeal during league play as ex pected. For a team that had the best potential since 1967, they were plagued by bad passes and poor team co-ordination. Through the efforts of Coach Joe Hern, the talents of the fine athletes that made the team what it was, were exploited. Many great plays and good shooting were testimony to the long hours of practice completed by the Eagles. Co-captains Tony Pleick and Mike Jellison could generally be found in the middle of the action rebounding and fighting for the inflated piece of leather. Tony, with his stylized form and cool ball control was inspiring. Another great shooter was Dave Long, the only junior in the starting five. In the rebounding department were Steve Leal and Mike .lellison who acted as both forwards and centers. The loss of starting guard Scott McGregor was compensated by the acquiring of Sophomore Eric Tidwell from the JV team to fill his position. Although the Varsity Basketball Team never placed well in league competition, the success of the year was observed in the improved playing and the individual knowledge gained through competing with other schools. This year the Eagles had pride. And when you've got it, flaunt it! 1. Tony Pleick practices his outside shooting 2 Eric Tidwell Scott McGregor Dave Long, Sam Shriver, Craig Cleary Steve Leal Dale McNutt Steve Shilling Tony Pleick, Mike Jellison, Glenn White Coach Hern Kneeling is manager Bill Flato. Q' aiu mm- aw-19 K K' 'V Aff' ,Q n M!!! L-ii'ii'+3'i ' ' ' Qiizm '95 s , x . i 4 1: Dale "Gumby" McNutt jumps to block two point attempt by Miraleste. 2: Craig Cleary practices on his lay-ups. 3: Mike Jellison shoots for two points as Steve Leal positions himself to grab any possible rebound. 4: Seek- ing a hoop, Dave Long drives the baseline. 61 Qan- 1: Tony Pleick prepares to pass to Scott McGregor. 2: Mike Jel- lison skies over his opponent in order to fullfill Pep Club's request of "tip it to the Eagles". 3: Glen White probes the Marauder's defense before dribbling for position. 4: Tony Pleick adds two points to the Eagle score. F A ff' v's1 5529? 1 O 1: Eric Tidwell makes a long snot for two points. 2: Scott McGregor looks for an open team mate. 3: Dale McNutt and Tony Pleick attempt to block their opponents shot. 4: Ahead of the crowd, Dave Long makes a lay-up for an Eagle basket. 5: Tony Pleick gets a corner shot away. I 4 .xi 'su n FN 1. Tom Soto takes a free shot. 2. Eric Tidwell jumps for an easy lay-up. 3. Tidwell scrambles for the ball. 4. Tidwell out-jumps opponent to give the Eagles a good start. 64 1 I Q' urge W rig .ff 4 ww ..... ...Q .1213 L as g 'N 1 .... This year's Junior Varsity Basketball team was considered the best to come along in eight years. Sophomores led the way with the starting line-up consisting of Eric Tidwell, Tom Soto. Sam Shriver, Jeff Hancock, and Hugh Kelly the only Junior in the starting five. The JV's got off to a fantastic start as they won 10 pre-League games. How ever, leading scorer Eric Tidwell who averaged 20 points per game was moved up to Varsity at the beginning of League action. Sam Shriver led the team in rebounding while Tom Soto led in assists and steals. 1. I , . ,, , ,,.t ., 'M if lfki' P . .iff . .. , 1 . X-jiifiiE:?lQ A L ' 1. iir, , -1 ,- -TPZP1 73 Si" '- K 7 1 sifww . - 1 K it gsfggg tai, R tt ' gf f. i . . 1 -L f .2 .5 " , L 2. is 'Zu 9 Magi x L r-L his . M7551 1 H N 1.1. 1 N'-.X 2 1. Coach Bill Rayl. 2. Mike O'Dell, Mitch Ward, Sam Shriver, Jeff Warren, Dennis Riggins, Hugh Kelly, Jeff Hancock, Eric Tidwell, Tom Soto, Keith Wolfs- berger. 3. Sam Shriver takes a long two point shot. W , , . ,V f ,ge I -eg . K , X, ee , . , . ,. ,, ...,,,, . . , A A" Top Picture: Standing From Left to Right: Manager Rick Christie, Mike Peterson, Vernon Scott, Eric Nagel, Bryan Smith, Chuck Zopfi, Fred Retzlaff,Matt Mullins, John Stroh, Greg Deets, Tim Cargill, Kyle Rawson, Kneeling From Left to Right: Chris Bar- ton, Matt Stewart, Todd Yasin, Steve O'Neil. Below: Matt Stewart helps Bryan Smith tie up the basketball. Right: Tom Soto shoots for two points. When practice started on the first of November, the Sophomore Basketball Team outscored all opponents in scrimmage games. Matt Stewart was injured and on the bench all of December and half of January. Then things started looking better. The team was rebounding better: their free defense was beginning to shake up the otherteams. Kyle Rawson, Matt Mullins, Tim Cargill, Fred Retzlaffand Bryan Smith were helping the team consiQgeQbly,and the scores were getting closer as the sophs 'W headed toward the league championship. 66 .AX 1 X 5- it X ,pan wif The Freshman Basketball Team had a good offensive attack and played tough man- to-man defense which offered hope and potential for the future. Contributing to the team's success were captain Ken Craig, Joe Purvis, Darrell Roach, Jim Berggren, Mike Shanks and Dave Allen. As a team, their weakest point was inconsistency, however, they were a highly spirited and explosive team that kept the coaches looking forward to a bright future. Left: Chuck Zopfi watches as Tim Cargill shoots to tie up the game. BeIow:Tien Craig goes up for another Eagle basket as Mike Shanks looks on. Bottom: Standing From Left to Right: Joe Purvis, Loni Tydon, Darrell Roach, Ken CFaig, Chris Wardrop, Mike Shanks, Dave Allen, Scott Brown, Bill Disosway, Jim Berggren, Bill Grosvenor, Coach Saikley. Kneeling From Left to Right: Ken Watson, Mike Douglas, Matt Bell, Terry Good' man. ,gg .3 Q 'ii Mi -....,..m. . mf , view. X, B 'SWK I5 '05 I. if Turning in a winning season of 5 wins and 3 losses and placing 5th in the 1971 final Pioneer League standings was Varsity Cross Country. This winning record can be attributed to the very hard work of many of the runners who started during the summer months to prepare for the long hours of running. Winning special medals in the finals were Mitch Ward and Glen Coles who pulled 2nd and 3rd spots respectively. Glen Coles was voted the most valuable Eagle runner while Richard Cha brajez received the Most Improved Runner award. Coach Terry Crystal praised all 7 ofthe Cross Country runners for an outstanding season. Right: Glen Coles, the most valuable runner. Below: Team Picture-Row 1: Glen Coles, Richard Chabrajez, Scott Ziegler. Row 2: Peter Campbell, Mitch Ward, Mike Roberts. Row 3: Xavier Miller. 15, -- I, L 'ff K' fn . 5. Ag J.. ,L 4 ' 5 v 5, f. 7 1,57 Qi--. A 'Y . my : Nw Qing H -' Lb iid f Vi "L . 'fill I gn is ii fit! 1- i ,sf CT wk, . , 1 e,,x..X f, ., , ,X,. sf Qty- ngf- u, 1,5 L at-iai.fax1r.A H5 .fm --Lkuxlii ,stapltsi A 5 .Q wk. . 1 t LL.L ,kL'h, , , tu , 4 .I ' - Wit' sf' s'-N534 sfo? ',1xf,t-'X gi rio:-fa ,Q ' ,f-14, is 'kr - -if 11' ,mini ., 1 t if as it is ffkrgx-,vr ulx A Q me , 33,34 i'-.L "g.iM'4:- 'rf f' -Q f "iff, e ' f-wifiixg Q31 , - ' . .1 , ft- K1 7, F ,Q . 7- ,L -had xp , : 0 .L V y, W, .. . . 'W' ' ' R -4, fri", 'Q aww' , A ,I I i A... ' ,, . A W jg I if , i ' tn- i 1 2 A r l "ac: ffm Nfl- - Wu. 191' ff i ' f ffisf' , + .1 , -5 Q' uri' 4' -'I-4i!':1'4" gr kk ' fr , A - LL.V , U NJ A gy ..: 'vnu l 4 Above Left: Five of our Varsity runners trying hard to place at League finals. Above: Richard Chabrajez, most improved runner. Left: Peter Campbell concentrates on his long run to the finish line. Below Left: Ward, Chabrajez, and Miller trod endlessly up a hill at Centinela Park. Below: Scott Ziegler runs strong, deter- mined for the finish line. if - , 9 .V - .mtl--.' f '. f . "." . , .., . . nl 'N' ,J QQ' " " ,A Q., i J " v It was a proud year as we all looked to the day The JV Cross Country Team won its first championship in the Pioneer League, with a record of 6 wins and 2 losses. The JV team was lead by the great performances of Rudi Linke, Bryan Gentry, Don Mann, Ron McMurray, Chuck Pinkston, Loni Tydon, and Karl Hamrick. The Most Valuable Player Award went to Rudi Linke and Bryan Gentry received the Most Improved award. The League Championship was accomplished through the inspirational running of Mitch Ward, Glen Coles, Richard Chabrajez, Rudi Linke, Peter Campbell, Ron McMurray, Chuck Pinkston, and Loni Tydon. -. '3 xx, , 3' Q if Aff P. lt l Xu' . sl "Nan qv-1 YK- 1: Row 1: Paul Arnot, Karl Hamrick, Chuck Pinks- ton. Row 2: Richie Heintz, Don Mann, Tim Match- ett. Row 3: Brian Gentry, Tim Wheeler. Row 4: Don Coleman, Doug Busenga. Row 5: Ernie Rey- noso, Rudi Linke, Ron McMurray. Row 6: Larry Hansen, Ray Miller. 2: Mike Roberts runs full force ahead of his opponent. 3: Karl Hamrick runs full speed as the finish line approaches. 4: Rudi Linke runs endlessly at Centinela Park. M if ' mftieffs-ss f - x. ., ...V s.. V -f - , st-.gg-' - . With many events and happenings this yea r, EI Segundo's GAA placed fourth at the Volleyball Halloween Playday at Miraleste. They won the Christmas Playday Banner Contest at the Basketball Playday at Lawndale. Other activities of GAA were a Christmas Bake Sale, a Dime-a-dip Dinner plus a Field Sports Playday. They also sold ice cream at football games and helped sponsor a Father-Daughter sports night. Above: GAA Club Row 1: Janette Ebaugh, Sue Ramey, Heidi Miller, Kelly Johnson, Neani Nelson, Joanne Hobe, Donna Chabrajez. Row 2: Sannon Helms, Jane Schmidt, Gail Mc- Nulty, Susie Morgan, Melanie Prosk, Cathy Collings. Row 3: Dianne McCauley,'Sandy Hull, Susanne Nusbaum, Kathy Mc- Alear, Barbara Vidmar, Julie Ramey, Jeannie Collings, Kathy Bryan. Row 4: Brenda Newman, Debbie Landreth, Cheryl Mar- tin, Cindy Hull, Jeanie McGregor, Miss Bernlohr, Sandy Ram- say, Amalia Templeton, Maaike Holman, Karen Magee. Left: GAA club sponsor Miss Bernlohr with club president Suzanne Ramey. Finishing second in the Bay-Pioneer league The GIA Volleyball Team did quite well this year. The Volleyball Team only lost one match to the League Champions, Lawndale High School. Although the players were inconsistent in scoring and hitting, they were exciting to watch on defense due to the fact that they were fast on their feet. The Nlost Valuable Player was Donna Nlontz who served and spiked consistently. The team did well enough to make the Post-Season GIA Inter-League playoffs, but lost in Round 1 to Mira Costa High. The League record was 4wins and only 1 loss. 1: A Team Row 1: D.Cottriel, C.Martin, D.Montz. Row 2: D.Landreth, M.Holman, G. Hammack, P.Helvey. 2: The team awaits the serve from their opponents. 3: B Team Row 1: K.Magee, J.Collings, S.Ramey, S. Defontes. Row 2: J.Laffoon, B.Newman, J.Hobe, C.Col- lings. Row 3: J.McGregor, N.Nelson, D.Chabrajez, K. Kelley. 4: Grace Hammack blocks the ball as her op- ponent tries to spike it. 5: Debby Cottriel spikes the ball over the net. Q Vfje i Q51 P 17' --Q, 1: A Team Row 1: K.Wagnon, K.Magee, C.Martin, M.Safarian, Row 2: S.Ra- mey, D.Cottriel, D.Montz, D.Landreth. Row 3: M.Cripe, G.Hammack, Miss Bernlohr. 2: Sue Ramey jumps high to tip the ball to ES. 3: B Team Row 1: N.Stephens. D.Chabraiez, B.Newman. D.Dick, D.Lindstrom, P.Pedersen, B. Gill, H.Miller, K.Morgan, J.Collings. 4: Kathy Wagnon dribbles down court for a basket. Although this was EI Segundo's first year in GIA Basketball competition, the team developed a good zone defense and had lots of hustle. The girls had some trouble in handling the ball and scoring consistently, but, Debbie Land reth led the team in scoring and Debby Cottriel did a good job rebounding. The team made the semi-finals of the Consolation Bracket in the El Camino College Pre-season Tournament. The captain of the 'A' Basketball Team was Grace Hammack and the co-captains of the 'B' Team were Nancy Stephens and Brenda Newman. Hlfiff' t.........w ,..vn 4 vs? f""N 9' N A.. N 'N ...b K 1" - ' iAA ---A -1 xv,,A. MMM- X ,fw- 1 W, 5 d , 7 ' , ,'1,, Y' ' -Q "', if 4 -4 K. it rj, B, .E.,.. g If g 7 ' 5' t,.' "'IS'..g SLS: f gg I I -. Q, - L - - .1 1 J f I x 3 VA A i :,. - ,h r is f" i ii E' N I ' yl V - Q? R ' xy . A f f K L L H Y , X V' bi. A m Zxzb V , ,. 1 " - - , .r" -"" Maggy K Ml., M ,. - , " ' K g S , ,W Z U N , .Nl A 3? AX M... mm' lag-r"' The varieties and realities of our existence at ESHS were often found in our classes and Academics. Facts were separated from fiction as students researched papers and read books and listened to records in search for truth and knowledge. Teachers guided us and helped us ini our quest for answers to problems and questions. Sometimes we were told to create and discover on our own: other times we had to listen and absorb another's knowledge. Sometimes we never found out or never learned. The splendor of beauty became a reality in homemaking or art class or auto shop when students produced tangible igesults. Grease from the auto shop or clay from the potter's wheel were a part of learning. School was a place to learn and grow-to seek and to find. Some succeeded more than others, but each was making every day a yesterday of learning and happiness. Look well, therefore, to the days of classes at ESHS for they are your memories of yesterday and your vision of hope for tomorrow. By demand of students, parents, colleges, and universities Math Classes continued to exist and operate at ESHS. The new look this year was the computerterminal and computer classes. Video tape and the use of tape cassettes made available by the Media Center added new interest to the math classes. U' x fu -. .Q 1. Florence Steffer, Michelle Defontes, and Brenda Horton volunteer an- swers while Garry Cost and Janet Saylor are still thinking about it. 2. Mr. Woodsmall gives encouragement as the math team psyches up for a math meet. 3. Alan Brown and Steve Fahy try to add something to Mr. Whittington's algebra class. 4. Karen Magee, you're looking the wrong way. 5. Terry Ray takes a moment from studying his geometry homework. 6. ls ,leff Johnson a daydream believer? 7. Lorna Lindstrom is caught by our roving photographer. 8. Garry Cost says, "Yoo-hoo, Mr. Whittington!" 77 ' if ,M fo--...,,M,,i 'sm .A no-1' Above: Mr. Ableser and Ken Dalgleish listen to student discus- sions. Below: "Hold on there: don't take that picture!" decrees Mike Frio. Top Right: Mrs. Shipiey's class is so-o-o-o enthusiastic. Right: "What are you doing outthere?" Mike Stevenson thinks. if il:-rits. , ' si. . it ig ,f wr' u--.-gr 'm W W ., , NY' ax Ks.-... W 1 Bn' .mains KM - if Above Left: "Has anybody got the answer to number 14?" Top.: "Hey Mr. Dougherty! How are babies hatched? Above: Why couIdn't it be rally schedule today? Below: Mr. Dougherty sits and finishes up some work before the day is over. l Y I w-, z .fer yi, 1. " K I. .t,:.,?,,.q3. , .sa -fi 2 1, J 'ii N sif7'fzi'.- T11 sg. 51152 -l M59 Focusing attention on meaningful events of America's past, and examining and interpretingthose social, cultural, political, and economical movements which helped shape American life today was the subject matter of the Social Science Classes. Included in this department of our curriculum were the Frosh Social Studies and Geography, World History, U.S. History, Civics, Behavioral Sciences and Psychology Classes. Since four years of Social Sciences and English are required for graduation, these two departments combined two years of requirements in World Humanities QEnglish ll and World Historyb and American Studies QEnglish lll and U.S. Historyb which some selected students could take in place of the regular history classes. Independent study groups, guest speakers and student projects sparked the students into learning about yesterdays of history and into planningforthe new tomorrows. Above: "What do you mean l've changed in the past few days," said Paul Church. Right: "Und if you don't do your homework der fuhfer vil eat you alive," said Miss Adler to her German class. Below: German Club President, Vicky Jellison, presides over meeting. l .1 One of the four foreign languages offered at ESHS is German. Miss Yvonne Adler, German teacher, taught the class through the use of taped lessons and skits. An outgrowth of the classes was the German Club which enjoyed a field trip to Huntington Library in November and another trip to Alpine Village in December. The German Club combined with the French Club for a Christmas party. a-.....,L we ,gf A ra '33 Above Left: French Club members pose for our camera. Above: French Club of- ficers Left to Right: Susan Mortesen Hist., Babette Piller-Sec., Jeanette Carr-V.P., Evelyn Jones-Pres., Nancy Price-Tres., Colleen Reardon-V.P. Below Left: French Club members await the beginning of the meeting. Below: French students at- tentively listen to their daily lessons. gi 5. Regardz ce jour - Students of French learned to "look to this day" with the help of the tapes, earphones and Mrs. Beth Wolf, French teacher. A trip to "La Crepe Ginette" restaurant in Inglewood for lunch and the varied and fun activities of French Club encouraged students to continue and improve their study of a foreign language. These activities included a progressive dinner in October, a Christmas party in December and a trip to Los Cerritos College in the spring to see a foreign film. "Vivent les classes de francais." VCT a .i. -.tk Right: "I don't think Spanish was that funny," snorts out Lisa Hamaker. Below: English-as-a-second language students are obviously happy and enthusiastic about their class. "Mire hacia este dia," translated into English means "Look Toward This Day." To give students of Spanish Classes a chance to participate in extra activities was the Spanish Club On October 20th, the club members traveled to Cerritos College to see the Spanish movie "Lazarillo." The annual pre- Christmas clothing drive forthe needy in Mexico and the Christmas party, complete with the "pinatas" and "posadas", climaxed the really big year full of fun and work from start to finish. The officers this year were Cha rLou Simonson, president, Cha risse Roach, vice-president, and Felicia Kongable, secretary-treasurer. Sponsors were Neva Hitchcock and Frank Real. 82 5 Left: These Latin tests sure would be easy if I knew the answers. Below Cen- ter: Latin students easily find the an- swers by sharing. Below: Mrs. Potter's Latin classes aren't "pushovers" as evidenced by the amount of preparation that the students make. sf' Despite its small size, the Latin Class still generates enthusiasm and interest among Latin students. Our club is a local chapter of a state and national organization- Junior Classical League, known as JCL. A Southern California Roman banquet held at Gardena High School on Oct. 27, an annual formal installation in Oct., and the Christmas party were some of the outstanding events of the year, climaxed by the JCL State Convention in March at San Marino. Above: Are these students doing research, or just listen- ing to some good music? Below Right: Scott Brown lis- tens carefully to be sure he doesn't miss a thing. A pre-vocational course for students interested in pursuing a career in librarianship or a course for college-bound students who needed experiences in the use of the library for reference and research was Library Science Working in the new Instructional Media Center offered many enjoyable hours for students as they classified books and assisted the librarians in the library duties. Library Science was an elective course whose only prerequisite was to have the desire to work and the consent of Mrs. Doris Rosenberg, librarian. Two new innovations proved to be most successful this year, one was a free library card which entitled students to use both the Media Center at the High School and the El Segundo Public Library. The other was the opening of the library from 6:30 - 8:30 Monday and Tuesday nights. Students were free to use the many new facilities from books, references, tapes, records, and all audio visual equipment to prepare their lessons and increase their knowledge. Students looked toward each day with more interest in learning than ever before. Housed in the new Media Center and assisting in maintaining classroom and library audio visual equipment were the Audio Visual Classes. Students repaired, transferred, and operated the special equipment such as projectors, record players and the new video-tape machine. The class was a service organization as well as an elective class for students of all grade levels. They were taught the responsibility and care of equipment as well as some technical knowledge of preparing tapes, transparencies, and other media. Supervising these young technicans was Mr. Dick Robinson. Above Left: Marsha Bechard, are you really working or just posing for this picture? Below: Students listen to Mrs. Rosenberg telling another thrilling adventure of the Dewey- Decimal System. was R ISS .-.1,,..- M- , ,.... -.4.-0.-f 'in R. A -.st ,3 S112 x... 1 '94 ,t,,.,q S, ... .91 Row 1: Joyce Jacobson, Wendy Corbett, Kathy Cummings, Kathy Dowd, Chet Harter. Row 2: Bob MacGregor, Bill Frye, Mrs. Holliday, Valerie Groff, Kathy M Hutchinson. 'P .,s,,,X-,...N -.. . 'wi I" Q ....q,..w-V.. , V Q...-. -, Q ,........,..'v--f. M, H, . by W 5 ,....S.J,,y,i.fw - '---if it ,fi YM I . qv Lam ill' 'fi Lips..-.Q .ffm ,A t "" Q ,,,- 'L -In 86 fl 5 I I -J . sv N l VK A cv ,sf eff' 1 . .mp WOJK-B tm 'FO in F of - gfy svzfffb g , X, Esc Xgt if Concerned with the students and student life on campus was the goal of the Bay Eagle Three new features, "Mystery Guest", "Student Hobbies" and "Fractured Facts," a column featuring unusual facts about things that happened to students, added tothe diversity of the school newspaper. ln addition to the usual news items about sports and school activities, hard hitting editorials ranging from editorial censorship, 18 year vote, to wage controls provided the student body with something more than the usual "school paper". With the help of the Journalism teacher Mrs. Holliday and the Editor-in-Chief, Kathy Hutchinson, the Bay Eagle Staff produced a paper that challenged us to think and evaluate our opinions as well as informed us of the campus news and activities. mx S NP' 4 Above Left: Kathy Hutchinson- Editor, Center: Chet Harter works diligently on a Bay Eagle art- icle. Below: Bay Eagle group discusses the result. Top Right: Bill Frye wishes he had done it right the first time. Center: Wendy and Mrs. Holliday dis- cuss the managing areas. Lower Right: "Kathy Cummings, quit reading over my shoulder," says Bob MacGregor. Hard work, integrity, and a great desire to produce a yearbook were the chief ingredients ofthe staff ofthe 1972 Golden Eagle Under the leadership of co-editors Bob Kessener and Bob Pedersen, the staff put their pencils to their i-r's and their cameras to their eyes and produced an annual that will help you to remember what you don't want to forget - the sights and sounds of 1971 - 1972. The Golden Eagle looked at life on campus and began to get it all together for the big day in June when yearbooks were distributed. Choosing a theme and cover design and electing Mr. Duffy for the dedication were as important as the pictures of football or rallies. Look well, therefore, to this day, which is relived in pictures and words in the 1972 Golden Eagle. Lower Lef1:: Row 1: Debbie Bayes, Jeff Bell, Pam Morgan. Row 2: Richard Schlottmawn, Donna Montz, Ramona Roth. Row 3: Betty Young, Bob Kes- sener, Emily Wiley, Peggy Ray, Tim Randall, Marian Ruane, Deanna Limberg, Vicki Davis, Shirley Brown, Kathy Luthy. Row 4: Alan Brown, Debby Cot- triel, Steve Fahy, Debbie Summers, Tina Watson, Phyllis Helvey, Carrie Francis, Denise O'Grady, Lori Robinson, Row 5: Steve Dyches, Donna Knox, Bob Pedersen, Keith Work, Rosanne Lake. Opposite Above: Debbie Sum- mers hard at work to meet that vital deadline. Opposite Center: Bob Kesse- ner exclairns, "You did what with our pictures?" Above Left: Betty Young checks over past yearbooks to gain new ideas for annual. Above Right: Shirley Brown, Deanna Limberg and Ramona Roth search for that one negative. Above: Steve Fahy . . . Wake up!! Right: Deanna Limberg and Deb- bie Summers have a laugh over some of the pictures in class. 89 ull 53' 4... X Ka.. '1 'ii F 1 . I r 'X l Combining the old with the new was the good of this year's English Classes. Requiring four years of English for graduation, ESHS offered some new classes in addition to the traditional English I, ll, Ill, and IV with their basic skills and literature approach. Science Fiction, Communications through Media, and American Novel emerged as newcomers and were warmly received by all students. The not-so-old classes of American Studies Ccombined U.S. History and English lllj and World Humanities Ccombined World History and English llj were still around using the team teaching approach to interest students and increase knowledge. Speech, World Literature, Journalism, and Drama snared those students with special talents or interest. From Julius Caesarto Macbeth, from "a verb is a work that asserts" to "the subject of the infinitive clause is in the objective case", English classes were an endless cycle of learning and working and appreciatingthe beauty and importance of our national language, the English language! 90 1 Top Left: Vicky Jellison demonstrates the delicate technique and deft fingers necessary to making gum wrapper chains. Above: Rick Metcalf gives an enticing introduction to his speech. Top: ls Cheryl Devilbiss read- ing or sleeping, like John Peterson? Wake up you two, this is English Class! -W if 5 i, bag Sk it ef. X ff Lower Left: Pam Coney is surprised to know that it really does go "lub-dub, lub-dub." Above: Paco Rodriguez listens diligently to his SCROC in- structor. Below: Kirby Larson, receiving training with up-toedate computers under actual office conditions, is pleased with her returns. Left: Nancy Brauninger hopes she selected the right button. Center Left: Donna McMahon prepares Bob Kessener for a "painless" extraction. ' ww Many students ofthe 70's will have to live in the real world of work. Preparing them for this life was SCROC The SCROC facility, located on Crenshaw in Hawthorne, offered courses in skills such as data processing, medical and dental assisting, welding, and T.V. repair both for the non-college student and for those college bound students who needed to work to help pay for their education. Two busses left daily. one in the morning and one in the afternoon, to transport students to and from this vocational training center shared by several schools of the South Bay area. W .. ...,, j,..,.sMsw...,,. ,,,, Akk. . .. W,,..,,, A W, A place to express creativity in metal or wood was in the Shop Classes Both boys and girls were active in shop classes this year. Many interesting projects were made to be entered in the Rotary Contest and awards were presented in May. Some of such projects were stereo cabinets, end tables, candleholders, and various other projects. The classes were taught by Mr. J.D. Smith and Mr. Clifford Wong. 107' .M wwf.. Q- -" .M ........,....,,.,.,3 Top: Mike Goodman works skillfully with the saw. Above: Terese McAllister works on the lathe in wood shop. Center Left: Barbara MacGlashan wonders why she ever took this class. Left: Keith Hutchinson centers his cutter on the lathe in Metal Shop. SE-fig L4 lu. 'Z .A Carborator, wheel alignment and brake repair are adjustments made by students in Auto Shop This was a place to give students a chance to work on their own cars and learn how to make some minor and major adjustments themselves. Nlr. Alan Carson taught the boys how to make these repairs correctly and skillfully. Above: John Hayes works hard to jack up a car. Center: Joe Toka aligns his bike's front wheel in auto shop. Below: Boyd Clements dirties his hands while making adjustments on the engine. i 1, ini wie kkgliils' i ,Xi J 5 Q v Jn. . f,-st. 1-A sh' N W 4' Q: X . . -TQ Top Left: Taking timed writings are Tom Soto, Joyce Laffoon, and Liz Newman. Center Left: Karen Goodale gets it together as she helps staple papers. Above: Cindy Bernard does her part to help the busy attendance office. Left: Cindy Leslie, Karen Pur- vis, , .Get back to work! N-.. , if Xg , 42... Above Left: Busy typing on a key punch machine to improve her Business Education is Cindy Bernard. .. keep punching. Above Right: Monika Honseler, deter- mined to get it "all right", puts in another sheet of paper. Left: "Now, where did that letter 'P' go?" said Barbara Wiitala. Below: Yes, Lynn Wendell, that's right,c...a...t... To train students for office work and to give them practical business knowledge to use in everyday life was the goal of classes in Business Education. Students in those classes were taught how to type by Mr. Geoge Hall, Mr. Tony Hess and Mrs. Ann Lenker. Shorthand, Bookkeeping, and Business Nlath were dictated by lVlr. James Anderson and Business Practice was under the guidance of Mr. Hall. These usetul classes had a great thing going for them, and both teachers and students spent the year working to improve their skills and talents even more. The best way to learn music and enjoy it was to belong to Beginning Girls' Chorus. By doing warm-up and breathing exercises and singing new songs, these 9th and 10th grade girls achieved a really outstanding year under the direction of Miss Diane Simons. They performed in the school assemblies, the Christmas concert and Vocal Festivals. -N xx ,, A4 .rg Row 1: Tammy Pagett, Patty Jones, Janice Chandler, Karen Howell, Kathy Orlowski, Daien Knight, Peggy Linke, Lynn Young. Row 2: Kathy Bennett, Gaye Delong, Sherri Kidd, Debbie Puffer, Joyce Laffoon, Elizabeth Newman, Teresa McAlister, Shawn Daly, Donna Bailey. Row 3: Pam Campbell, Roberta Gangawere, Denise Tay- lor, Kim Smith, Debbie Chabrajez, Pam Coffey, Lisa Cameron, Kathy Beaty. Row 4: Belynda Davis, Dory Lindstrom, Laura Middleton, Connie Vickery, Linda Mackin, Sue Wilson, Nancy Price, Kim Smith, Maureen Leslie. Row 5: Loretta Honseler, Suzette Burnett, Kim Burrowes, Karen Lake, Sandy MacLean. Top: Many hours of practice were required in order that the chorus could sound perfect during their performances. Right: And here they are,doing a job that made all the prac- tices worth while. Left: Row 1: Sean McGarry, Rick Pawlowski, Randy Warnock, Mike Stephenson, Randy Fowler, Brad Clevenger. Row 2: Bob Roach, Mike Trainor, Tony Mack, Richie Heinz, Steve O'Neill, Row 3: Mitch Johnson, Paul Barnwell. Scott Reed, Larry Harrington, Chris Braunagel, Row 4: Gabriel Moucheboeuf. The boys of ESHS had a voice in Boys' Chorus. This course consisted of boys from all grade levels who have had no previous voice training. Class time was spent on building the voice and developing performance standards. Boys' Chorus performs for their first assembly. During the year they performed for the Junior High and many other clubs and organizations. Above: First Row: Toni Patterson, Charisse Roach, Florence Steffer, Debbie Jones, Karen Ramsey, Lora Holcomb. Second Row: Kim Wiley, Vicky Williamson, Gina Turino, Pam Coney. Third Row: Karen Fitch, Cheryl Scott, Lynn Wendell, Elaine Retzlaff. Above Right: "Our girdles are killing us!" - seems to express the feelings of Girls' Ensemble as they await their time to sing. Right: Lora Hol- comb seems to be saying, "I don't care how much you wave your arms, I refuse to sing!" 37? Above:First Row: Michelle Tuori, Glenda Pagett, Carol Hartman, Lori Curtis, Cindi McMillan, Barbara Linker, Second Row: Jim Campbell, Steve Dyches, Jeff Jack, Bob MacGregor, Shari Martin, Laura Carr, Sherry Ping, Pam Ramey, Marianne McKean, Judy Froelich, Third Row: Gayle Murray, Angela Williams, Paul Smith, Vicky Dicks, Pam Justice, Patty Shanks, Steve Fisher, Fourth Row: Alan Brown, Richard Wise, Tim Spees, Mike Janssen, Terry Ray. Left: Our photographer "--ight Lori Curtis as she grooved to the tunes. The ultimate in music. That's the two groups known as A'CappelIa and Girls' Ensemble. A'CappeIla, a group of boys and girls who like singing, entertained us at assemblies and concerts. The boys looked sharp in their blue pants and peasant shirts while the girls sparkled in their matching red dresses. This group worked hard but enjoyed every musical minute of it, especially when doing the "Telephone Hour." Girls' Ensemble offered girl singers additional work to improve their voice control and to handle more difficult music. These girls had to sight read, sing well, and have a serious attitude toward music. They performed for the Women's Club and Senior Citizens and also competed in Song Festivals. Their long, white dresses typified the sophistication of this outstanding singing group. 'Nu g 1' Row 1: Carol Witt, Robin Magraudy, Lesley Lowell, Karen Dickens, Lynn Sutherland. Row 2: Nancy Mason,Marina Petrovich, Valerie VanNatta, Lisa Hamaker, Susan Horst, Sally Mason. Row 3: Carolyn Clarke, Cindy Perkins, Sharon Armstrong, Tracey Aikens, Maureen McGarry, Barbara Turino. Row 4: Evelyn Munguia, Dorie Ernest, Linda Flowers, Brenda Horton, Rosemary Hare, Juanita Ramsey. Row 5: Beverly Brown, Martha Leal, Joy McKee, Faye Lemon. Row 6: Valerie Groff, Terry McMullin, Lori Durbano, Patty Misner. Row 7: Caryn Shoemaker, Jamie Shannon, Karen Lutz. E i P l Top Right: Adv. Girls' Chorus puts "Life" into "L'Chaim". a song from "Fiddler on the Roof." Left: A'Cappella puts all their effort and show into an enjoyable teeny-bopper presentation entitled "Telephone Hour." Above: Adv. Girls' Chorus swings into action with "Matchmaker." 99 Ji, Comprised of mostly 10th and 11th grade girls, Advanced Girls' Chorus performed at the school assemblies, the Christmas concert, and participated in the Southern California Vocal Association Festival. Producing a good chorus required a daily routine of warm-up exercises to improve the voices and learning new songs to perform under the direction of Miss Diane Simons, music instructor Juanita Ramsey, President of chorus, and Caryn Shoemaker, narrator for "Fiddler on the Roof" in the fall assembly, were two outsta'hding members for this year. lt was a fu npacked yearfor hard working enthusiastic girls who wa nted top notch performances, and gave just that. Qjmvivl Af" 44x Row 1: Patty Shanks, John Noel, Ron Randall, John Botting, Terry Flynn. Row 2: Bob Pedersen, Chuck Pinkston, Roc Mc Naughton, Tim Mc Donnell, Richard Schlottmann,George Crichton. Row 3: Pat Kelly,Mike Frio, John Peterson, Mike Shanks, Pete Castle. Providing a jazz and rock medium for the more advanced students was the Instrumental Music Department, Mr. Tash, and the Stage Band. Performing for assemblies, Rotary, Kiwanis, and other local civic groups kept the Stage Band rocking and jazzing. One of the traditional activities was the Junior High assembly, where the reception was almost "unbelievabIe". Middle: Dave Sheehan and Mike Shanks take a breather in Stage Band. Right: Mr. Tash rehearses with Stage Band. " Q lfiflyxggysgyziid ,Af 1 sf? tfsiifif is jg P 'V nkff if Q: Top Right: Colleen Reardon the swim went out of style months ago! Top Left: Lori Robinson ex- presses herself in dance. Above Right: Felicia Kongable and Laura Mc lntyre perform their dance "Community". Left: Mrs. Holmes demonstrates while Barbara Wiitala and Debbie Allen look on. lOl .. ,W Y ..,, vv..V, ,W,.,,,.,,...w.--,,.,,,.,,,,,,.,,,.,.,. ....--an-'.,... ..... Approximately 45 girls from grades 10 through 12 began each day with dance warm ups and exercises. The Beginning Modern Dance Class learned the elements of movement technique, choreography, and awareness of personal expression while the Advanced Class worked on more elevated choreography, programs and performances. In the October 28th assembly, dance students explained to fellow classmates what modern dance was to them. The Leuzinger Dance Festival ffield trip and competition combinedj and the annual Spring Dance Concert gave the Dance Classes goals for their creative minds. Some outstanding senior dancers were Joyce Cuthbertson, Felicia Kongable, Karen Mosher, Colleen Reardon and Lori Robinson. One dancer exclaimed when questioned why she took Modern Dance--"I like the freedom to express myselflf Much credit for theenthusiasm of this class goes to the dance teacher, Mrs. Fritzi Holmes. To her, and her students, dance is a way of life! Everyone should take it. " f"'::., .Y Q sq, NW ,,.. x'x.f:-2.-. wk 7'-Q 'Fat '11-. 'F' 1 X ,Nw xx gr- use .. .. A workshop where students interested in art could draw, paint, and create to their hearts' content was a club called Art Guild These talented young artists worked on individual projects in room 113 after school on Thursday. Refreshments were served to give them energy to produce new ideas. Mrs. Dodie Daoud, art teacher and sponsor, offered instruction and guidance when needed. Participation in the annual Spring Festival of Arts where students could exhibit and even sell their work climaxed the year's events. Art Guild offered all students of art a chance to grow and expand in an area where talent and creativity existed. Above Left: Art Guild President, Senoma Stuthard, conducts an Art Guild meet- ing. Above: Richard Castle tries his best to rival the great master painters. Right: With a little imagination Becky Riessen turns an ordinary bottle into a work of art 103 . M .M an S fs 52415 3? iii -Q' if 35,8556 Li r, imgmm iw ix 4. . Q 1 Q 5 . Q.. an ' lt tw 'Q A-Y L4 -fy , fi M 1 .Aix fy! Xt Above: "Boy, if only Mrs. Behrmann would listen," thought Michelle McClary. Right: "I'm the quarterback today! Got that you guys!?" states Teresa Marquez. Coach Newell, knowing who's boss, chuckles at the henpecked team. Below: Before the game, Jesse Walker, Mike Rick, and Ricky Henderson discuss the advantages of using the wishbone T in flag football. This year regular Physical Education was offered on an elective basis periods 1-5. Each six weeks new activities were offered. Students had a choice of the sport or activity they preferred. Boys' and girls' P.E. was combined so that more subjects could be elected. There seemed to be much enthusiasm forthis program on the part of the students as well as the physical education teachers. , 'rss' vsztfsflg, . if N19,,3- 'If , .. 1. Fw N T .wwe-iw' eww-FW , 5 I Q ' T New ang QM' K I in K r 1... 7- --.k -,S e , If 'px' K... - Q , Q My s 'Wg ,, ..ssNsf--PM K '15-,ma .- . 1 i :SQ-Q ri . N "' - ' . A W. . H Asgn Kxmk . -at-u.4., ., .W . . ts'-...X , i we " ' ,fe f,,.. ' ,E,fvf."Q?- .Q ' . NH Lf. Q . . t ' x. K - K - , 5 M.. "'f""- ' K ' ,. wm.u"".I'fw 'Q-JL " Wit?-.' :fir y-A ff.7i,wmgy.w V ix' Q Ad. x A ...mx K"":'gi 515 iwiig. 1 Q Nui . ' APC?" nvkga -253"""f . . " 1 'M' 4 -of N- ' 'N st .Jkt ' .. I f . ., f + ' Y' g-wgtfe j' A wfReiV"' i ... .. A' . A 5 "N K . 'V N""" 'N' ', Qi . ia. , ?gtfggr:w.,,.f" . R M V . ,,-- ' .. - H- 'A i A' ' W . 2 l' J' A' " ' V' 'Y '..e'vP'9'lJ' . 3 .. - ' ' .,s . N vi- R 4 . me A ' ' 'Q ,,. f" L., . 2: .. ,-xi... was ' - QQTHXSJWLR-,rss . "" - 'fin 'K i ' .ood 'W' ' si- f 5 in ,. W-. : N . 4 .1 Above: "Well, it was here a minute ago," replies Mike Frio. Top: "Run, hurry, you're going to get tackled," one of the team-mates shouts. Right: Who turned out the lights in Co-ed PE class? 105 ,deff ill" ,,,,,nd5 ,vg-na!""" i 'AA' Q 1 l fbi ' . . Looking toward new horizons and new techniques was the active group known as Future Homemakers of America. The annual installation banquet held in October started these enthusiastic girls facing the future with "warm courage and high hope" - a line from the FHA creed. At Christmas they sent boxes of baked goodies to our service men overseas, and they volunteered time to the Headstart Program, an activity that offered them the opportunity to work with underprivileged children. Field trips to Farmer's Market and Lawry's Seasoned Salt Factory were extra fun activities. In the spring, a selected group of girls attended the annual Convention held at Asilomar. The future of our American homes looks good. gi. . int 5 K . .KIM . I Y . , gi 1 x . 5' .v P r 'lil i za as 4+ fu 3 ss Si all 4 R 3qv1'fU0V3m9R ' X I Above Left: Boys, here are your Future Homemakers of EI Segundo: Past Pres. Martha Berenger, Pres. Deanna Limberg, Vice Pres. Sharon Olson, Secretary, Laurie Gaston, Treas. Kristi Wallace, Hist. Debbie Bayes. Above: Mrs. Douglass Gets set for the big marriage game. Left: Girls chow-down at the F.H.A. Banquet. K 91-x 55,1 - 5 ..,,NN,:,- Left: Linda Stimpson anticipates the results of her new garment. Below Left: "Boy, this has got to go," thinks Deanna Limberg while scrubbing away at the dishes. Below: "Hey, what do you think you're doing?" inquires Sue Kinney. Above: The future fashion designer of ESHS-Evelyn Oakleaf. -it inf' Always looking for new ideas and projects, the Homemaking Classes bu-'si . l 'w added a new class, Child Development. Students served as '--.-al' teacher assistants one period a day at Richmond School. This project offered challenge and rewards as well as frustrations and upsets, but it created interest for all. Helping Nan Fisher, l . 'UQ homemaking teacher, were two teacher aids, Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Limberg. Student lab assistants were Evelyn Bayes, Chris Saint, Donna Kelly, Debbie Bayes, And Susie Kinney. 107 in 5 if ff' +V .i ..L,,, K K x x gps' I n X 'WZ' A X, 5' un ' 1' A 1 ' ., 9 an N W- t . . S gg 5 V -A.- K The most important facet of ESHS is People. l People who believe in people, faculty in students, students in faculty, and students in students. A common goal to communicate made this year unique. Eyery person who entered through the doors of ESHS added an extra touch of personality to it. Enthusiasm, pride, and respect were strived for to bring honor to El Segundo. We will all remember El Segundo High and look to this day for happy memories of people. "Yesterday is already a dream and tomorrow is only a vision," but today we are Seniors. Every day burst forward with new events and activities. Senior pictures, Ditch Day, Homecoming, Graduation, and countless other happenings forced us to live life to its fullest and to build memories for the tomorrows. A Upper Right, Bill Coulter can hardly wait to dig into his lunch as he waits for a Key Club meeting to begin. Upper Left, A personification of spirit, Cheryl Scott, waits for a fight song to begin. Below, Everybody needs milk, and Emily Wiley and Stewart Swiggum are no exception. Barbara Albinus House of Reps., Drill Team Head Rank, JCL: AFS, GIA Volleyball, FHA, 1972 Golden Eagle, '71Archbearer Billie Armstrong French Club Mark Ashley AFS, Var. Water Polo, Exchange student to the Netherlands, JCL, German Club, CSF,Var.Swimming Sandra Ashley DebbieBayes Spanish Club, Var. Band, FHA, AFS, Epsilon Sigma, 1972 Golden Eagle, RotaryAward Don Bell C and Var. Football, C, B, and Var. Basketball, JV Baseball, '71 Archbearer Cynthia Bernard Modern Dance, '71 Archbearer, SCROC, Rotary Award Ngfw Kathy Binkley Transfer from Will Rogers High: Girls' League: Spanish Club: St. Govt. Janet Brackett FHA: Spanish Club: Ecology Club: Epsilon Sigma: Rotary Award Alan Brown C, B, and Var. Football: C, B, and Var. Track: House of Reps.: '71 Archbearer: A'Cappella: "Hello Dolly": 1972 Golden Eagle Shirley Brown Spanish Club: AFS: FHA: GAA: 1971-72 Golden Eagle: Epsilon Sigma Pres.: Ecology Club Steve Bryant House of Reps.: Spanish Club: Key Club: C and B Water Polo: C, B, and Var. Bas- ketball: C, B, and Var. Track: RSI Director Michael Bue Transfer Student: Football: Var. Base ball Doug Busenga Screaming Eagles: JV Cross Country: B Track: Wrestling: JV Tennis: Explorers Bruce Busick C Football: SCROC Ralph Byrd JCL Pres.: C, B, and Var. Football: JV and Var. Wrestling: Rotary Award Gerald Calhoun SCROC: JV Wrestling: "Another Part of the Forest" Candy Cannon Transfer from St. Bernards: Sr. Senator: '71 Archbearer: Prom Committee: Volleyball Jim Carr C Basketball: Spanish Club Rick Carroll House of Reps.: Audio Visual: C Football: C Track: Rotary Award: Drama Club Pete Castle Rotary Award: Art Guild: Stage Band Helen Chalmers Transfer from Wexford: Archery: SCROC Brad Clark Var. Wrestling: B Baseball Gordon Clevenger CSF: Biology Club: Var. Water Polo: Var. Swimming: All Pioneer League lst Team Water Polo PamConey Spanish Club: Girls' Ensemble: "Hello Dolly": Modern Dance Elin Cook FHA: AFS: Art Guild: CSF: Epsilon Sigma: JCL Patrick Cook B Trac k Pat Corey Bill Coulter Key Club: Screaming Eagles: C Football: JV Tennis Donna Cowin Rotary Award: GAA Jerry Crawford B Track Sean Cronin C, B, and Var. SCROC C Football: JV '71Archbearer their "stuff". Football: House of Reps.: Joe Curtis Baseball: House of Reps: SteveCurtis Frosh. and Sr. Homecoming Prince Soph. Senator: Comm. of Activities C Football: '71 Archbearer: JV Basket ball: JV and Var. Baseball: ASB Pres Two of the newest ad- ditions to the Flag Twirl- er, Mike CMicheleD Ran- dall and Alan 1AliceJ Brown, get ready to show Joyce Cuthbertson JCL: Orchesis: AFS Pres.: Epsilon Sigma: SCROC: AFS Abroad Semi-Finalist Ken Dalgleish Frosh. and Soph. Governor: JCL: Comm. of lnterschool Relations: Biology Club: '71 Archbearer: CSF: House of Reps. Pres.: C, B, and Var. Football: C and B Track: JV and Var. Baseball: JV Basket- ball: Rotary Award Vicki Davis German Club: AFS: FHA: GAA: Epsilon Sigma: 1972 Golden Eagle: Sr. Senator mmf- 1, ., ,, Key Club Pres. Bob Kessener faces another Thursday noon time meeting. School has been a way of life for 13 years for Seniors. Looking back, it seems like only yesterday when the Class of '72 entered the doors of ESHS as eager freshmen, looking up to everyone else and stumbling around to new classes and new teachers. Senior Governor, Cindy Hull, helped to guide the decisions concerning Ditch Day, Graduation Night, and a gift to the school. Seniors led the mainstream of life as the underclassmen joined in to make '72 a great year. Larry DeCuir Margarita Delreal Transfer Student: Girls' Club V-Pres.: Modern Dance Cheryl Devilbiss Spanish Club: GAA: FHA: Drill Team Rank Leader: Adv. Girls' Chorus Steve Domann C and Var. Football: JV and Var. Baseball: '71 Archbearer: CSF: Soph. Homecoming Prince: Spanish Club Kathy Dowd Bay Eagle Stephen Dyches '71 Archbearer: Art Guild: 1972 Golden Eagle: Weight Lifters' Club: JV Cross Country: Var. Track: A'Cappella Terry Eady Var, Football Debi Eccles Drill Team: Soph. Sec.: SCROC Debbie Ellerman Var. Band: Science Club Arne Elmore Var. Football: SCROC Carolyn Evans Va r. Band SteveFahy Var. Football Capt.: House of Reps.: Spanish Club: Math Club: Comm. of Sports: 1972 Golden Eagle: Key Club: C Track: JV and Var. Baseball Tim Farquhar Randy Feller SCROC: C Football: Rotary Award Steve Fisher Stage Crew: "Stage Door": "Hello Dolly": KarenFitch JCL: GAA: Spanish Club: FHA: Girls' Ensemble: "Hello Dolly" Ken Fogg German Club: Biology Club: House of Reps.: '71 Archbearer: JV and Var. Cross Country: JV and Var. Track Ann Fowler Drama Club: ArtGuiId Mike Frio Var. Football: Stage Band: Drama Club Seniors leave their last marks a ESHS as they sign the traditiona Senior Signature Page. Right: Dana Potter and Tracey Smith sit down to relax. Below: Barbara Albinus studies hard for her next class between selling ads for Annual. ESHS in its brief years, has given Seniors a place to learn, to exist- to be. Ideas and knowledge developed and grew into successes and failures. SAT tests and college speakers, SCROC and the senior section at assemblies and rallies became realities of their existence at ESHS. And most important, who was to doubt that seniors were at the top of the totem pole? Laurie Gaston French Club, FHA, GAA, Epsilon Sigma, Drill Team, "Hello Dolly", "Stage Door", Optimist Award Pat Giery B and Var. Football, Weight Litters' Club Mike Goodman LarkGragg JCL, FHA, Drill Team Head Rank, '71 Archbearer, Rotary Award George Gray Var. Water Polo Marina Habermann French Club, Beg. Girls' Chorus, German Club, House of Reps., '71 Archbearer, Rotary Award Steve Hamaker Var. Swimming, Var. Water Polo, Biology Club KarIHamrick German Club, Screaming Eagles, Var. Track, CSF, Var. Cross Country, Rotary Award, "Hello Dolly" Larry Hansen Wrestling, German Club 117 Shawn Harb Modern Dance Larry Harrington Jr. Ach.: 1971 Golden Eagle: Drama Club Charles Harrison Randy Peters and Lori Robinson practiced many long hours for this year's Senior Class Play. SCROC: Debbie Harrison Spanish Club: '71 Archbearer: Adv Girls Chorus: Drill Team: SCROC Dolly" Ben Hobe Var. Swimming: Var. Water Polo: '71 Archbearer: JV Baseball: Spanish Club Tom Hodder C Football Gary Holmes Carol Hartman House of Reps.: French Club: FHA Drill Team: A'Cappella: Epsilon Sigma Hello George Haul Rota ry Awa rd John Hayes C, B, and Var. Football Joyce Hayos GAA: Spanish Club: House of Reps FHA: Drill Team: 1971 Golden Eagle 71 Archbearer: Epsilon Sigma: Jr. Senator Summer Exchange Student to Guaymas Arturo Hernandez Transfer Student: SCROC: Marching Band:BiologyClub ll8 '--N, 'QQ--. One thing was certain. The hustle and bustle of school life kept Seniors busy. Cramming for finals, decorating floats, painting bleachers, submitting requisitions, and just plain, old everyday living was a full life for Seniors. Even with all of this, seniors contemplated careers and the future. Seniors would no longer look forward to another year at ESHS. But the time spent here would linger for a life-time. Karl Hamerick looks over important drawings in Mechanical Drawing. Jerry Holmes Monica Honseler Transfer from St. Bernards: Spanish Club:HonorRolI:DrillTeam Vicki Howard GAA Beverly Howell Jim Hubbard Cindy Hull Spanish Club: Var. Band: 1970 Usherette: FHA: GAA: Jr. Senator: '71 Archbearer: Girls' League Sr. Rep.: Sr. Governor: Epsilon Sigma: Var. Baseball Scorer James Hunter Sr. Class Sec.: Honor Roll: Rotary Award: Var. Band Kathy Hutchinson Jr. Ach.: GAA: Epsilon Sigma: Bay Eagle Editor: Beg. Girls' Chorus Mike Janssen Var. Football: Track: A'CappelIa: Weight Lifters' Club: Screaming Eagles Mike Jellison House of Reps.: German Club: CSF: Bi- ' ology Club: '71 Archbearer: C Football: C, B, Var. Basketball: JV Baseball: Boys' State Rep.: ASB V-Pres.: 1971 Home- coming King Debbie Johnson Jeff Johnson Screaming Eagles: Stage Crew: Var. Wrestling Capt. Supporting all events from football games to the carnival, Seniors dug in and bolstered school spirit. They were active leaders in almost all clubs and classes. lf the administration needed a helping hand, they could depend on a senior. Seniors responded from anything like being an outdoor school counselor to selling ads for the basketball program. If a job needed to be done, seniors had the pride to see that the job was done well. Dave Jones always finds time to play cards in school. Linda Johnston Spanish Club: FHA: Orchesis: '71 Archbearer: "Hello Dolly" Tom Jolly Key Club: CSF: Science Club: Mod. Dance Alan Jones DavidJones CSF: Nat. Merit Scholarship Semi- Finalist: Key Club DebbieJones French Club: Epsilon Sigma: CSF: A'Cappella: Girls' Ensemble: "Hello Dolly" Steve Keenum Transfer Student: Var. Band: Football 120 Var Water Polo Var Swimming PatKelly Key Club: Biology Club: B Basketball: Stage Band Bob Kessener Spanish Club: Key Club Pres.: CSF: 1971 Golden Eagle: '71 Archbearer: B Basketball: Rotary Award: 1972 Golden Eagle Co-Editor Steve Kline Donna Knox Beg. Girls' Chorus: 1972 Golden Eagle Felicia Kongable FHA: AFS: Art Guild: Spanish Club: Epsilon Sigma: Orchesis: CSF: Modern Dance John Kucera Var. Water Polo: Bay Eagle: Key Club: '71 Archbearer: SCROC: Honor Roll Karen Lappen FHA: GAA: Spanish Club Dan Layne Var. Football: Var. Water Polo Steve Leal B, JV, and Var. Basketball: Var. Tennis: '71 Archbearer: C Football Left: Steve Hamaker, Mike Jel- 1' """" f lison, Gordon Clevenger, and Joe 3 Curtis compare notes, results f and experiments during Biology Il. Above: Alan Brown is cor- nered by an Annual photo- E grapher. l ? Beinga Senior meant you could sneak into class a few minutes late because you knew a teacher's bark was worse than his bite. And you could always use the excuse that the SCROC bus was late or you were busy doing office work for some teacher. But whether they were late or early to class, had fun or worked - during class time, seniors tried hard at everything. Their reflections and efforts will long be remembered at ESHS. Deanna Limberg FHA Pres.: JCL: AFS: Girls' League Rep. Epsilon Sigma: Rotary Awards: GAA 1971-72 Golden Eagle Vanetta Lindsay GAA: Adv. Girls' Chorus Susan Lourey Laura Lucas Rob Luikens Bob MacGregor Var. Football Capt.: Var. Wrestling: Var. Track: Bay Eagle: CSF: "Hello Dolly" "Age of Aquarius" Ken Mack Cindi Majors Drill Team: FHA: Rotary Award Don Mann CSF: Key Club: C and Var. Track: Var Cross Country: JV Wrestling Top: Exchange student Irene Miha talks about her native Greece with Deanna Limberg, Joyce Cuthbertson, and Debbie Bayes, AFS members. Right: Joe Toka works hard to adjust his motorcycle. 122 Tim Markle C Football: C Track Bob Marquez Var. Football Kurt McAllister Biology Club: Spanish Club: Key Club: C Football: Sr. Senator: Var. Band Laura McCarthy Modern Dance: French Club: FHA Noel McElvain French Club: Trackettes: Var. Band: AFS: Orchesis: Jr. Ach.: Epsilon Sigma Scott McGregor House of Reps.: C Football: '71 Archbearer: C and Var. Basketball: Var. Baseball: Area Player of the Year-71: First Team All CIF Player of the Year- Baseball Jana Mclntire Transfer from Palos Verdes: AFS: Ski Club:ClassCouncil:Girls'Chorus Laura Mclntyre Spanish Club: A'Cappella: Modern Dance: Math Club Marianne McKean GAA: FHA: Spanish Club: '71 Archbearer: Trackettes: Drill Team: A'Cappella Sharon McLellan Donna McMahon French Club: Adv. Girls' Chorus Kevin McManus Transfer From St. Bernards: Glee Club Dale McNutt Spanish Club: B, JV, and Var. Basketball: Var. Track Roger Meeks Var. Band: Var. Tennis Janice Meredith Drill Team: 1971 Prom Chairman: '71 Archbearer: Epsilon Sigma: Girls' League Rep.: ASB Secretary Rick Metcalf Surfing Team Bill Metcalfe lreneMiha AFS Exchange Student from Greece: Epsilon Sigma DonnaMontz FHA: GAA: CSF: House of Reps.: '71 Archbearer: 1971-72 Golden Eagle: lnterscholastic Sports Pam Morgan French Club: House of Reps.: JV Cheer- leader: '71 Archbearer: Art Guild: Drill Team Rank Leader: Rotary Award: 1972 Golden Eagle Mary Morrice Modern Dance: Ecology Club SusanMote Beg. Girls' Chorus: Trackettes: '71 Archbearer Debbie Mrdalj Adv. Girls' Chorus GayleMurray Spanish Club: House of Reps.: Soph. Senator: Jr. Class Lt. Governor: JV Cheerleader: Girls' League Rep.: Var. Cheerleader: '71 Archbearer: Pep Club Pres.: Comm. or Publicity: CSF: A'CappelIa: "Hello Dolly" Jeannie Myers Luanne Nagel '71 Archbearerg Rotary Award Cynthia Nutz Frosh. Senator, Drill Teamg House of Reps. i l Middle: Don Bell, Dale McNutt, Debbie Summers and Mike Randall, exchange the latest news at the site of the Senior float. Above: Gayle Murray and l-ynn Wendell look over some practice typing. 125 Steve Obradovich C, B, and Var. Football: C and JV Basket- ball: Rotary Award John 0'Connor Var. Water Polo: Var. Swimming, Biology Clubg Var. Band Denise 0'Grady Transfer From St. Bernardsg Drill Team: FHA, French Club: 1972 Golden Eagle, Epsilon Sigma Robin Oja Remembering the past, N Seniors . recall the days when they were looking forward to planning the prom and running the school through the ASB offices. Junior Governor, Lynn Wendell, helped the Class of '72 give one of the best proms in school history. They sold football programs and Christmas candles. They marched in the band and drill team. They were archbearers and team members. They were individuals in a large group. But remembering is not the end - learning is for a life-time. There is much to be done - a lot of life to live - and ESHS has given them the hope and ability to live it well. Get going, seniors. The world is waiting for you! Sharon Olson Girls' League Rep.: GAA: House of Reps.: JCL: FHA: CSF: Girls' League V-Pres: ASB Treasurer: Rep. to Girls' State: '71 Archbearer Mike Oppolzer Var. Football Toni Patterson German Club: AFS: A'Cappella: Girls' En- semble: French Club: Epsilon Sigma: "Hello DolIy": Modern Dance: Rotary A- ward Robert Pedersen Key Club: Var. Band: Stage Band: Var. Track and Field: 1971 Golden Eagle: Co- editor - 1972 Golden Eagle Randall Peters '71 Archbearer: SCROC: "Stage Door" Jim Peterson JV Water Polo: C Football: C Track: JV Swimming: '71 Archbearer: Spanish Club John Peterson Var. Band: Stage Band: B Track: Var. Football: Var. Wrestling Babette Piller Art Guild: Bay Eagle: French Club: Mo- dern Dance Monica Pigott ArtGuild: Journalism A typical day in the life ofa Senior included proving to the freshmen that seniors were superior, and just goofing around in the snack area during snack and lunch. Seniors worked, though. They ran clubs and played football, volleyball, and baseball. But they also loafed and goofed - and put their "72" mark all over - on top of the boys' gym, on sides of the school building, on books, papers, tables, and in the cafeteria. The class of "72" was alive and living at ESHS. Steve Fisher helps paint sets for this year's Senior Class Play, "Stage Door". Andrea Pleick Tony Pleick Sports Announcer: '71 Archbearer: B and Var. Football: JV and Var. Basketball Rick Porter Steve Pritchett Transfer from Leuzinger: C, B, JV, and Var. Basketball: JV and Var. Tennis Patricia Raculia Ecology Club Suzanne Ramey GAA Pres.: Epsilon Sigma: "Another Part of the Forest" Mike Randall SCROC: C, B, and Var. Football: Stage Crew: A'Cappella3 Football lst Team All League Ron Randall Var. Band: Stage Band: House of Reps.: Drum Major: Jr. Homecoming Prince: Comm. of Activities: JV Baseball: "Hello Dolly" CaroIRay Drill Team: '71 Archbearer: House of Reps. TerryRay C, B, and Var. Football: C, B, and Var. Track, Var. Wrestling: JV and Var. Base- ball: Stage Crew: A'Cappella rlllnzuluvv F... Susan Randazzo Adv. Girls' Chorus X g X- - x . I i 4 f A ti Hx Above: Debbie Ellerman does some serious thinking. Left: Mike Goodman learns the skills needed to run the radial-arm saw. Look to this day, Seniors for it is yours! lt is yours for a last few brief moments to enjoy and remember all the times of high school. There was time for classes, time for friends, and time for sports. There was time for learning - and time for playing. There was time to laugh and time to cry - but most of all - there was time! Soon it will be time to put away these high school memories for we must build for a new tomorrow. But today -there is still time to remember. Right: Football co-captain Steve Fahy receives the spirit chain from Pep Club Mascot Lee Ann McCanlies. Far Right: Co-captain Bob MacGregor speaks about his team and their prospects for the Homecoming game. l Colleen Reardon French Club: CSF: Girls' Ensemble: Ep- silon Sigma: AFS: Modern Dance LesIieReed Transfer Student: Art Guild: French Club:GAA:Adv.Girls'Chorus Kimberly Reid '71 Archbearer: Ecology Club: "Stage Door": Principal's Honor Roll Marci Reitberger Transfer Student: Spanish Club Elain Retzlaff German Club: French Club: A'Cappella: "Hello Dolly", Girls' Ensemble: AFS Becky Riessen '71 Archbearer: Rotary Award Dan Riggins C, JV Basketball: JV Baseball: Var. Foot- ball Charisse Roach Spanish Club: '71 Archbearer: A'Cap- pella: Epsilon Sigma: Girls' Ensemble: CSF: "Hello Dolly" JackRoberts German Club: Navigation Club: C, B, and Var. Football: JV and Var. Wrestling: Var.Track itmml' 'N' "'i 'Quinlan in .5 'F' Lori Robinson Spanish Club: AFS: Orchesis: FHA: Dra- ma Club: 1971-72 Golden Eagle: "Petri- fied Forest": "Charley's Aunt": "Stage Door" Paco Rodriquez Exchange Student from Guaymas: Base- ball:VoIleybaIl: SCROC RamonaRoth Drill Team Head Rank: 1972 Golden Eagle: Adv. Girls' Chorus Marian Ruane Spanish Club: GAA: Drill Team: House of Reps.: 1972 Golden Eagle: Epsilon Sigma semble: CSF 129 Trumpeter Dave Sheehan tries tohitthathigh"C". Jill Sacks "Another Part of the Forest": Girls' Ensemble: Drama Club John Salo Kim Salter Drill Team: '71 Archbearer Frank Sberna Richard Schlottmann Stage Band: Var. Band: Tennis: '71 Arch- bearer: 1972 Golden Eagle Sandi Schrader Var. Band: Trackettes: Adv. Girls' Chor- us: Epsilon Sigma: "Hello Dolly rv Patty Schumacher Adv. Girls' Chorus Cheryl Scott Var. Songleader: "Hello DoIly": Sr. Girls' League Rep.: '71 Archbearer: Girls' En- Mark Scribner Wrestling Manager: Ecology Club Loyalty and laughter echoed through the lunch area every day as Seniors exchanged ideas among themselves. Our chances at the next game, the Coronation, and just idle chatter kept the seniors alive and listening at ESHS. ideas were also exchanged with the administration as D. Machisic would sometimes join the seniors for an informative lunch. But through the maze of talk, ideas and dreams first took hold, just waiting to be developed. Right: Drum Major, Ron Randall, positions the band for their next number. Far Right: Kent Spittler takes time out for a smile and a snapshot. David Sheehan Var. Band, Stage Band, Var. Water Polo, Var. Swimming, "Hello Dolly" Steve Shilling Transfer Student, Var. Basketball, Track, Baseball Rebecca Simko Peter Sinclair Var. Band, Spanish Club, Math Club, CSF PaulSmith A'CappeIIa, C Track, C Football, Var. Track,"Aquarius","Hello Dolly" Tracey Smith Art Guild, Trackettes, Beg. Girls' Chorus Kent Spittler C Football, C, B, and Var. Track, Spanish Club, 1972 Golden Eagle Tara Stewart House of Reps., GAA, Drill Team Colonel, "Stage Door" Brent Stiewel C Football .--- -"'- ,W . its f 3 Randy Feller tunes up an en- gine during Power Mechanics. Shirley Storm French Club: AFS: Epsilon Sigma: CSF: Beg.Girls'Chorus Jana Stratton John Sullivan C Football: Var. Wrestling: '71 Arch- bearer Deboah Summers Transfer Student From Bonita High: Frosh Cheerleader: GAA: CSF: FHA: '71 Archbearer: 1971-72 Golden Eagle: Prin- cipal's Honor Roll: Drill Team Lynn Sutherland Transfer from Warren High: Mixed Choir: Orchestra Patricia Swann Drill Team Stewart Swiggum C, B, and Var. Football: C, B, and JV Bas- ketball: Var. Baseball: C Track John Thanos Ellen Thomas AFS: Girls' League Rep.: Drill Team Colo- nel: House of Reps.: Jr. Homecoming Princess: '71 Archbearer: SCROC Jeff Tidwell C Football: JV and Var. Basketball: JV and Var. Baseball Joe Toka Michele Tuori Modern Dance: A'Cappella we-T F if rr if Q 'f-' :ff K ::.,, ' f :www Stewart Swiggum carries the ball for an Eagle touchdown. Lynn Wendell Frosh. Senator: Spanish Club: Track- ettes: Soph. Senator: GAA: Girls' League Rep.: Jr. Governor: Drill Team: '71 Arch- bearer: ASB Secretary: Var. Mascot: Key Club Queen: Girls' Ensemble: Sr. Home- coming Princess Gaynor Wharton Modern Dance: French Club: SCROC Marta Wheeler GAA Glenn White C, B, and Var. Basketball Barbara Wiitala FHA: Beg. Girls' Chorus: Rotary Award: Modern Dance Emily Wiley GAA: Girls' League Rep.: Var. Songleader: Drill Team: '71 Archbearer: House of Reps.: Epsilon Sigma: Spanish Club: Ro- tary Award: 1972 Golden Eagle Susan Wiley French Club: Var. Band: Trackettes Angela Williams A'Cappellag Drill Team: House of Reps.: French Club Vicki Williamson House of Reps.: '71 Archbearer: Drill Team: A'Cappella: Epsilon Sigma: Var. Flag Twirler: Girls' Ensemble: "Hello Dolly" GinaTurino Soph. Lt. Governor: Drill Team: French Club: A'Cappella: House of Reps.: Var. Songleader: Girls' Ensemble: Epsilon Sig- ma: 1971 Procession Leader: "Hello Dolly" Gail Vanderwerf Dave VonFIue German Club: JV Cross Country: C, B, Track: Rotary Award Margie Walsh GAA: Drill Team: Var. Mascot: Soph. Sec.: Jr. Girls' League Rep.: Spanish Club: RSI Queen: Soph. Homecoming Princess 132 K, . ,- an .aifiif 1. a 1 'it' 511' ,flees- Q ' g John Kucera wonders why he didn't take Civics in summer school! Pictureless Seniors: Bob Adams Richard Botfeld Richard Castle Boyd Clements Kathy Cundiff Mike Faas Theresa Gareis Scott Jensen Ray Kommel Barbra Linker Ray Miller W. J. Miller Karen Mosher Chris Orlowski Dana Potter Sandi Roach James Shockley John Weinstein Kim Wills Adv. Girls Chorus: FHA: GAA: Drill Team: Spanish Club: '71 Usherette: SCROC: AFS Carl Wilson B and Var. Football Richard Wilson SCROC: C Water Polo: C Swimming Richardwise "Aquarius": "Hello Dolly": Stage Crew Charlene Wolf Transfer From Hamilton: Girls' Glee Club KeithWork JCL: Var. Band: CSF: Key Club: 1972 Golden Eagle Betty Young German Club: GAA: CSF: Girls' League Pres.: Drill Team: Jr. Senator: 1971 Pro- cession Leader: Sr. Lt. Governor: AFS: Var. Songleader: 1971-72 Golden Eagle: Epsilon Sigma: House of Reps.: 1971 Homecoming Queen Donna Zagorski Spanish Club: FHA: House of Reps.: '71 Archbearer: Drill Team Judith Zimmerli Exchange Student from Switzerland: Epsilon Sigma The four years at ESHS are over, graduation is drawing near, and Seniors must look to the future for it is theirs to enjoy, to change, and to do with it as they see fit. Some of them will visit the campus in later years - others will leave never to return. The common bond of being in the class of '72 will never be broken, yet it cannot continue. Look well, therefore, to this day, Seniors. It will never be again. l33 Debbie Allen Mark Anderson Pam Armstrong Deborah Arnot Tony Avak John Bacon Sue Beall Greg Beaty Marsha Bechard Debbie Biggs Kathy Blair Richard Bochinski Kent Booher David Botfeld Sally Braden Monica Brady Chris Braunagel Nancy Brauninger I' ,gf -... as Right: Lisa Hamaker and Lesley Lowell demonstrate ESHS friendliness. Below: Dave Long escorts Meg To- maszewfski, junior homecoming princess, during half- time at the Homecoming game. Below Middle: Katrina Hann wonders how to finish this biology experiment. Far Bottom: ldonna Snow has the pleasure of giving Mr. Duffy a pie at one of the football rallies. ., 5 5 . H Q... -rf 'i 'Q x - 1' 135 it 1 . N ... - Q mf v ,,. f Ngo., 1' i 54 C T -. 'vm Phil Briese Ben Brookens Jerry Brumley Pam Campbell Susie Campeau Kistie Carlson Jeanette Carr Laura Carr Keith Carter Ron Cary Nancy Chambers Cathy Chamberlin When the class of '73 rings arrived, Juniors waved their hands around for days, letting everyone in sight know they were one step closer to being Seniors. There were still tests to pass, speeches to give, classes to attend and lectures to hear, but Senior-land was just around the corner, and the Juniors were preparing for it. Jim Chavez Nicky Chieppa Mary Church Barbara Clause Craig Cleary Carl Collete Cindy Copeland Wendy Corbett Debbie Cottriel Kathy Cummings Mark Devilbiss Vicky Dicks Steve Disbrow Joe Dobrovolny Kelly Dow Denise Efflandt Janet Ellis Marva Elmore Ann Erlandson Cindy Farnell Mark Faut Steve Ford Jeff Fortini 136 5 . if Q-"F 'Rini' Top: Sue McKean encourages school spirit. Bot- tom: Debbie Cottriel worries about the big volley ballgame coming up. Carrie Francis Jeff Franklin Judy Froelich Bill Frye Joan Gangawere Bryan Gentry Linda Geringer Roberta Gilbert Pat Goeglein Karen Goodale Richard Gould Jack Graff ScottGraham Renee Grimaud Valerie Grolf Dean Halleen Lisa Harnaker Katrina Hann Georgia Harmon Chester Harter Phyllis Helvey Sheri Henderson Evelyn Herrera Lora Holcomb Maaike Holman Karen Howard Keith Hutchinson Joyce Jacobsen Gil Johnson Nancy Johnston Ed Jolly Evelyn Jones Colleen Kelly Donna Kelly Hugh Kelly Sue Kinney Nancy Kirk Marie Koppelman Keith Kornatoski Dennis Kuhn Meryl Lagotta Rosanne Lake Brent Landreth Kirby Larson Top: Mike Powers watches the girls during lunch. Middle: Steve Mohr and Brian McNulty talk about the water polo game they won the day before. Bottom: Colleen Kelly and Carla Hyatt discuss tonight's homework. Far Right: Glenda Pagett is behind the team all the way. 5 wa-.qv 1- r' 138 5: . I .Sgt xs, 1 sumti -u-it ' Q 'Qs Y.. Aye ' is v J " 1 , ,. 'ln . Mix, i lr' dh' 3-11 If i has ,,, i i t l t When asked what they looked forward to, graduation was the one event that really meant the most to Juniors Although they were still one year away and really had no definite plans for afterwards, all dreamed of the day when they would be alumni of ESHS. For the moment, however, they went to classes, did homework and studied in the library and Media Center at nights. Dawn Lawrence Cathy LeBlanc ti.1 I L L K FYR ' 7 B L' : 5 , in ' ,aj t 'nv' l Gary Ledford Linda Leslie Dave Long Lesley Lowell Linda Lucero Kathy Luthy Alice Lytle Barbara MacGlashan Bill Maclay Frank Malles Joan Manocchio Joan Markley 39 Theresa Marquez Cheryl Martin Kim Martin Shari Martin Sally Mason Cindy May LeeAnn McCanlies Diane McCauley Michelle McClary Paulette McFarland Kevin McGarry Sue McKean Cindi McMillan Roc McNaughton Brian McNulty LouAnn Metcalf Xavier Miller Steve Mohr Right: Kristi Wallace rehearses for "Stage Door". Middle: Craig Cleary concentrates on which play the Eagles should use next. Bottom: Polly Westover discusses the plans for the march with Bill Frye. ':..' if k so-ua, l to x A 'J 140 Frank Moucheboeul Debi Murray Nancy Murphy Linda Nelson Bill Newman Mike O'DeIl Glenda Pagett Michael Parks Jim Partlow Gay Pendleton Dean Perry Nancy Pessia Janene Peterson Marina Petrovich Susan Phillips Loy Pultz Cynthia Purvis Johanna Purvis Y "Student Values Need Reinforcing" was an article written in the Bay Eagle student newspaper by Junior Governor, Kathy Cummings. Her article was prompted by the act of vandalism done at Homecoming to the float belonging 4 to the Juniors Kathy called upon all students to stand up for what is right and to develop a good sense of values. Juniors decided they must lead in that direction if they are to be the leaders of tomorrow. Although many Juniors dragged their feet and refused to get involved, many were active in student government, sports, clubs, and organizations that demanded these same values. Juniors looked to a better tomorrow as well as a better today. Upper: Kevin McGarry reaches his hand out for friendship at ESHS. Middle: Cynthia Purvis dances for the Modern Dance Assembly. Below: Cindy Copeland has problems with her type- writer. Pam Ramey Karen Ramsay Peggy Ray Scott Rick Mike Roberts Mike Robison Y Gloria Rodriquez Dawn Roseland Michelle Safarian Chris Sant Paul Schleuniger Teresa Schm utz -..,,,,, l42 l we - N. ,K J, 3, i I E., K . iii 'Q w Mt hu .H:'.5 ya- ..-Q " it L f.. - ..., A 137 7? ' 'T -,. Kurt Steichen Kathleen Shaffer Patty Shanks Caryn Shoemaker Charlou Simonson Karen Smith Marlyne Smith Rick Smith Shirley Smith Idonna Snow Tim Spees Thomas Sperry Charlotte Spivey Bette Spoof Florence Steffer Terry Stephens Mike Stephenson Linda Stimpson Doug Sturgeon Diane Sturm Senoma Stuthard Charle Sundquist James Tate Susan Thomas Jeannine Thurgood Meg Tomaszewski Maria Valles Linda Van Buren Maleea Velzy w-+w....,.-.N- Making new friends and talking with old ones was part of the scene forthe Juniors. At snack and lunch and in classes Juniors were getting together, having fun and learning. They were a part of the whole, yet individuals. Sometimes it was confusing wondering who you were and where you were going, but most Juniors were searching and finding answers for themselves. Top: Mark Devilbiss, Hugh Kelly, Lisle Randall and friends dis' cuss the junior testing they just finished. Middle: Dave Long can't wait to get to his locker to get rid of his heavy load. Bot- tom: Peggy Ray wonders if the bell has rung yet. xiii t. if 1-.uf My ss KW ..tt Ne, www Kristi Wallace Conrad Walton Linda Warfield Randy Warnock Jeff Warren Don Warrenberger Mari Watkins Tina Watson Kathy Welch Debra White Dave Williams Eddie Williams Don Wilson Mary Wilson Jim Witt 145 They enjoyed not being the newcomers to ESHS and now are looking forward to another step in their high school years, becoming upperclassmen. Congratulations Sophomores - Class of 1974 1. Madeline Cripe and Barbara Turino on the way to their class meeting. 2. Kim Wiley and Diane Morehead discuss the week's halftime. 3. Sophomores catch up on the day's happenings. 4. Rudi Linke, Mitch Ward, and John Linn think about the next game. 3' 1 M is K , 7 X- ..... .,.... i . 4 , ff. ....... W- M, it it ,Q i t . g X ,nm i Tiff- J' r M 11' fi 'YQ Wat xfxxzfri. :Qt .... hiv in -L -- sill' f. If I: : 3 . 'Z I R 5 ' V 1 I v ff J J Adrienne Adams Tracey Aikins Pam Alford Argel Almaguer Sheryl Anderson Hubert Armantrout Burl Armstrong Sharon Armstrong Paul Arnot Paul Barnwell Chris Barton Evelyn Bayes Cara Bell Kathy Bennett Skip Bertelsen Johnette Bisbey Ben Bogossian John Botting Laurette Bowie Linda Briese Mike Briney Beverly Brown Sandi Brust Barbara Bryan Mary Byrne Mike Calvert Peter Campbell Sandra Campbell Richard Capo Robert Capone Cheryl Casler John Castle Roger Castle Scott Christensen Rick Christie Carolyn Clarke Brad Clevenger Don Coleman Jeanie Collings Julie Collings John Corallo Stacey Corey Margie Cottriel Mitch Crawford Steve Crews Brad Cummings Maureen Cummings Eric Curry Bill Cuthbertson Susan Dare Greg Deets Bernie DeFontes Kip de Hermida Gaye DeLong Gerry Demuth Debbie Diaz Dawn Dick Karen Dickens Dennis Dobrovolny Maureen Dobruck Sue Dodgen Rhonda Dornblaser Greg Drozd Dave Dunbabin Lori Durbano John Durkos Don Eaton Clyde Elliot Dorinda Ernest Dana Evans Shane Feller Brian Ferguson Terry Flynn Cindy Folkerson Leslie Francis Patti Franco June Francois Pat Gallagher Janice Glickman Mike Glidewell Elizabeth Glynn Ken Gould Bob Gulick Jeanette Gutierrez Paul Guy Tom Hall David Hambright David Hamilton Grace Hammack Cheryl Hanes Rosemary Hare Tom Harrington .loan Hayos Shannon Helms Dave Hettinger Joe Hines Margee Hoggan Sue Holland Peter Holman Loretta Honseler Susan Horst Brenda Horton . . if -my . t W , 1 K Sam Shriver looks to this day as something to remember. i A year they'll never forget. So much went by yet there was still so much to look forward to. It was a relief to see the new freshman come in and to feel more a part of the school as Soplhomores stygg.: XX X. Photographer Tim Randall smiles as he prepares 149 his Camefa. Sandy Hull Dean Humphries Jeff Jack Cathy Janssen Randy Jeck Vicki Jellison Pam Jensen Bob Johnson Chris Johnson Diane Johnson Karl Johnson Ken Karutz Denise Kline Paul Koppelman Stewart Kraft John La Cognata Joe La Fromboise Tom La May Debbie Landreth John Lawrence Martha Leal Kirk Lebowe Dave Le Masurier Faye Lemon Cindy Leslie Lorna Lindstrom Doug Lingaitis Rudi Linke John Linn Debbie Lucero Matt Luikens Karen Lutz Above: Sophomore Senator Steve Guasta- The Class of '74 returned with the same enthu- siasm they had shown as fresh- men. Led by Governor Cara Bell and assisted by Lt. Governor Debbie Landreth they held bake sales, sold suckers at home foot bali games and built a float for Homecoming. ferro ponders the coming year. Below: Cathy Janssen hurries to her next class. Sandy Machean is 5555 4 fl-f' L. 1 . O . Us f 960 . Kathy Markie Nancy Mason Tim McDonnell Loretta McElliot Joy McKee Kent McKeown Terry McMuIlin Theresa Michels Randy Miera Jerese Miileville Connie Moore Diane Morehead Theresa Morris Matt Mullins Evelyn Munguia Eric Nagel AAI ll' ' 150 Tony Mack Robin Magraudy N. I Q UI-A 'frf 'W va ...........e. f .4 1' ' M f iilr It-an N7-'iris' 1 ii? in After two years of being underclassmen the Sophomores eagerly looked forward to next year when they would finally be Juniors - helping to plan the prom and having a chance to be an arch- bearer. Left: Roving photographer, Jeff Bell, searches for interest- ing scenes around campus, Below: Members of the Sopho- more football team radiate victory. ...J.,...., i ........ ......... we ..., -...gg Joe Newman Evelyn Oakleaf Debbie O'Neill Steve O'NeiIl Grace Ordonez Mark Parsoneault Ken Patterson Peg Pedersen Holly Pennington Cindy Perkins Mike Peterson Rick Peterson Steve Phillips Kathy Pierson Sherry Ping Casimir Pulaski Karen Purvis Mike Quisenberry Juanita Ramsey Tim Randall Rick Reed Scott Reed Tami Reitberger Kathy Renfro Fred Retzlaff Ernest Reynoso Mike Rick Dennis Riggins Bill Riggs Maxine Roach Dianne Roberts Valerie Saran Janet Saylor Virginia Schaeffer Scott Schultz Gary Schmutz Vernon Scott Theresa Scribner Jamie Shannon Gayl Shilling Sarn Shriver X Bryan Smith 59 S 5, Bob Smith N 1. T? kwnsmnh Qcifej f- Cvjj C- wg, CU 61 cn 25 'om mo 33 S 4- 6" LJ . W-for S QJLCUK4 i R443 ggi. 64 . 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We were able to gather six camera shy Soph- omores, but unfortunately there were 46 Sophomores who never made it to the photographer: Patti Baxter Harry Bell Jeff Bell Lori Bowen Bert Brown Tim Cargill Richard Chabrajez Nancy Claflin Glenn Coles Don Conner Madeline Cripe John Curia Linda Dunlap Daniel Eady Jeff Hancock Robin Harb Rhonda Holly Mitch Johnson Diane Kassiris Laura Kovary Sam Long Aileen Marquette Maureen McGarry Ron Melton Donna Miller Sandy Miller Patti Misner Terry Moncrief Mary Potter Rod Randal Tim Roach Carrie Rockwell Kyle Rowlson Mike Segallini Becky Shirk Karen Simpson Darrell Smith Debbie Smith Greg Stephens Joy Stephens Chris Stocks Brad Svogar Mike Sutherland Chris Topper Jerry Van Doren James Watson X Q Y .fl . ft f V -,,, .fi n Above: Karen Padgen awaits her cue from Matt Bell Above Right: Kathy Maclay rehearses her part in a play for Freshman English. Right: Janette Ebaugh, Bob Meredith, Gail McNulty, Barbara Say- lor, and Beth Combs are feeding their faces as they listen to their governor, Tod McNaughton call the Frosh meeting to order. After the first hectic day of school on September 13th, the class of 1975 settled down to the routine of high school. The Freshmen learned what it was like to be the "senior's sidewalk" and to be the lowest man on the totem pole. The freedom of high school was something new to each of them and it was very well liked among the freshman class. 154 17 X. Y ' is K 1 Y rfr 5 ! if as i ll' Q 5 , is Q --Q si f -25 i ii it ,ft -if ES 3 i l R . 1 -L ,- .S- 5 We " - i . k.f Q, Q . Q -iii , ,, - if "1 ,I 1 Q '- 'T iii S iw. in , K . Q , o1 ,, K lg l "WN , 5 1 we 'H' W? N 183 mi S' x s Q x L.-fs, K .-w., 21. if L 4 . L ,- Y Qt X faq, 'z' efffr- M S . Q. . di' X - -A xK"'12Qi54i'2n:'f'l"1v'v',,l .",,.:r '5 Cx ' .mf -A, ..-..w.,.,'Z,-.Wil-. :Q - v, ' , .. - A. .. ,.. xxx: ,Ei E ,,,. 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J e K Wu Gail Adams Dave Allen Diana Armstrong Prudence Ashley Susan Avak Donna Bailey Nathan Barto Mike Beall Kathy Beaty Matt Bell Frank Benke Mark Berenger Jim Berggren Scott Birdsall Steve Boese Chris Booher Sue Booterba ugh David Borchert Pam Briese John Brightwell Tammy Brookens Martin Brown Scott Brown Melvyn Bruce Kathy Bryan David Bryant Jim Buckingham Kim Burrowes Suzette Burnett Lisa Cameron Clay Campbell Larry Campbell Timothy Campbell Chip Cannon Debbie Carfora Wendy Carlson Martin Carroll Rick Casler Mike Cason Debbie Chabrajez Donna Chabrajez Gene Chamberland Janice Chandler Tracey Charles Ron Christie Paul Church Mark Clark Michelle Clark Tom Clark Pam Coffey Cathy Collings Beth Combs Esther Cook Susan Corallo Julie Coscia Ken Craig Nancy Crawford George Chrichton Kerry Crook Melinda Cumpson Dana Cundiff Larry Czipowski Rene Daly Shawn Daly Belynda Davis Bill Deal Gary Deeter Michelle DeFontes Susan Detrick Cary Dewolf Bill Disosway Marjie Driskell Janet Dyches Danny Dye Harold Dye Janette Ebaugh Bill Ellis Ken Faut .X V -N Linda Flowers Michael Fournier Randy Fowler Richard Francen Debra Fry N Fw, XX xt, CE I , r a., ' it' is E if Suzanne Fuentes , Kelly Fulton Roberta Gangawere ' N Ronnie Giery I EE, ' if B Jorge Gigena V g M Bon n ie G in :gf :2- Khxlg in ky '- T' Allison Graham r ig i n .H Bill G reen iiiu 5 '- Joe Groff ., Bill Grosvenor j . ' Ht Kim Guzman , ' ' it A Tom Hall f F Terry Hanes ' f N A ,X Fay Hard ner lg, ll- 5 J Kenneth Harmon Carl Heinrich Richie Heintz Steve Herbold Jon Higgins Annie Hignard Francine Hignard Having classes in the East Wing was something that the Freshmen had to get used to. The long walks in the pouring rain, freezing cold, or blaz- ing heat seemed almost too much to bear, but the freedom of high school was worth it. This year's Freshman Class came into a school which was remodeling its main building and this caused some unusual problems for them such as having to wait to get their lockers. F , mi it '73 P X M x 1 - i -fx 1 1 ,.,,.v, MM . .. -:virgin We "-fx x ,.,.. FE, T A . I - -... V ' will I ,.,. - - , -, .. o if Liiisgf :aloha-wwq' . ' 7 ' 1 :- - SE J . N mm: P at it l T .. V , A K1-A ' YW! x , X . l Above: Rick Shea pauses for a breath of air after the long trek across the track. Middle: Modell McEntire, Sharon Murphy, and Chris Pen- nington take time out of lunch to get involved with their class. Left: Rick Curia and Craig Wheeler pose for make-up ID pictures. l57 Joanne Hobe Diane Hodges Paul Holzworth Karen Howell Diane Hunt Jeff Irmler Cindy lsitt Tim Jeck Mike Jessogne Glenn Johnson Kelly Johnson Kirk Johnson Don Jones Patty Jones Skip Jones Dave Kapell Chris Kassales Lori Kastler Karen Keit Deborah Keller Eileen Kennedy Mike Kennedy Keith Keenum Kathy Kelley Sherri Kidd Frank Kielnecker William Knox Diane Kongable Lori Kreth Joyce Laffoon Karen Lake Karla Lake John Landrum Kirsten Larson Glenn Laubach David Le Blanc Bill Leggett Maureen Leslie Drake Letcher Dory Lindstrom Peggy Linke Cathie Maclay Charlie Mack Linda Mackin Karen Magee Robert Matthews Bruce McAdams Kathy McAlear Terese McAllister Vicki McDonald Modell McEntire Sean McGarry Jeanne McGregor Kay Mclntire Mike McKinley Ronald McMurray Tod McNaughton Gail McNulty Robert Meredith John Metcalf Laura Middleton Heidi Miller Kim Miller Paul Miller Cara Mikulchik Steve Minkler Laura Mittie Craig Mohr Mike Monson Susan Morgan Noreen Moriarty Susan Mortesen Bob Motta Sharon Murphy Bill Murray Mike Myres Susan Myres Vikki Nedelcove Neani Nelson Brenda Newman Elizabeth Newman Susana Nusbaum :,.ts:Q:3"' N L 9 A555 L c ii - ,xi , ' I 3 1 V fi E ti 3, 15 . 5 H A l Wd- 59 if tt el 'if it Q: M . 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R K . 5 Q ,... . 3 K e' 1, ' - K i t 2 i .. :LV W q ,. t X5:,, i . .. . 5 ' . if 1 f as + P is S A -fi? LX Q N iii.. - finfax . X lah C SL.: J. is ssir: J' 'Qfiv .Q L .."- ' - M: 'Lili I W is . . ,--' it i ,, l f' U Q A Q . 9 5 J - .. ' J .- . fl. 4 ae. 7 ' - ' lm 'P 'N "' k x A u ' A K -Egg.. -1 Q, if' in .1 -34 lgxx .Qw- vm A K J s . -sis ..: .ce viii sais P HNF Now that the W g . Freshmen Z' Z R were finally in high schoolg they found many more responsibilities. Teachers didn't spoon feed them any more. But along with more responsibilities came a more adult attitude. This attitude was built in the freshmen to last throughout their entire life. 159 1 . If . . if K. Q3 'N ls' , X X me Ss -. K. 3 SX gt if his N . tt v ' .seize -F . - .. .,.. W -S L 5 s -Pg R l - .- v .355 . 3 ' 5-X 1 :N 5 K -s Q Xt- I S . P R '2 K Xe Kg? it :R ez. gs fs Q, 'SS . s s 'Rv S ss B1 K s - ' S is-3 a Q Q? was I JJ. If L .Q Jim Oberschelp Andy Oien Richard Ollivares Dave Orens Kathy Orlowski Karen Padjen Tammy Pagett Debra Palimo Bill Palmer John Paterson Rick Pawlowski Chris Pennington Frank Peterson Stan Poey Wendy Popiel Maureen Porter Chris Powell Nancy Price Melinie Prosk Debi Puffer Joe Purvis Julie Ramey Sandy Ramsay Dennis Reed Lauren Riggs Todorka Ristovski Darrell Roach John Robison Peggy Ross Tom Rowson Ron Rozelle Randy Ruis Larry Salac Teresa Sant Barbara Saylor Roy Scheu Jane Schmidt Dawne Sexton Walter Schaffer s The Freshmen learned early of the limited free- dom that they had. They yearned forthe ultimate freedom of being a senior. But to their surprise they will find that their high school days will speed away leaving these hours only a fading memory to be looked upon in the future with tears and IOY- Rick Walker Robin Walker Chris Wardrop Ken Watson Lewis Watts Erica Webster Above: Paul Church and Chris Pennington discuss the test that they just finished in class. Carol Wheeler Tim Wheeler Leisa Whitford Pete Whitney Tom Williams Mike Shanks Rick Shea Brad Simkins Bob Smith Kim Smith Christine Snow Scott Stacy Christina Stapleton Art Stenburg Nancy Stephens Casey Stiers Lee Ava Stout John Stroh Fred Sturm Mark Swire Renee Taylor Kathie Thomas Tricia Thomas Mark Tracy Jack Tripett Loni Tydon Kerin Tyrrel Diane VanBuren Connie Vickery Barbara Vidmar Donald Wagley Joel Walker Julie Walker Gila-on 'A xr- Right: Lori Kreth listens intently as Mr. Stevenson explains what their Frosh Studies class will study this semester. Above: Tom Williarns, Chris Wardrop and friends discuss where they will eat lunch today. Top: Mr. Wilson wonders what he can do to make class more interesting. 161 ,..-.. xxx'-,,,,,... Joe Willingham Tod Wilson Mark Wray Laura Ya rger Deborah Yates Lynn Young Chris Zaengle Margee Zeier This year our principal Dr. John Machisic brought about many changes to our campus. He found things that had been ignored for many years and finally did something about them. Teachers from the East wing along with the activities office were moved to the main building upon its reopening in February in order to achieve a more unified campus. This year, Dr. Machisic was very impressed by the initiative shown by Student Government. He thought they really did something instead of just talking about it. Dr. Nlachisic tried to make this school a more pleasant environment for all students and teachers to enjoy and learn in. Looking out for the campus smokers and bare- foot students was assistant principal in charge 11 ofdiscipline and guidance, 6 Mr. Frank Craven. He made the unpleasant job of discipline a fair and just situation for all while at the same , time supervising the guidance department and .. . . ,,:. it s Q bringing order and organization to our campus. liiu-an :lads nh' Y X fx ln charge of all student activities was assist- ant principal, Mr. Robert Kingston whose helpful ideas gave us a very success- ful year. If it weren't for Mr. Kingston we wouldn't have had the fantastic assemblies, rallies and other activities which mad he school year an one for dy. ' I With patience and understanding to the needs of the students the Counselors made sure students would meet graduation requirements and helped them to find success and happiness in the future. . Q-w..w,,,,W F S , ,, . ii gi X 1 Mr Robert Brlstlln 2 Mr Lauren Cutner 3 Mr Milton Olson 5. Mr Maurice Ward , , , .,. . . 4. Mrs. Dorothy Stuckeman - - F' 9 N X . ,X , , n . R W l 3 ' s . I QE 4 .N its 4 if 1 Nd H SEED? mu STBZIZK E525 1. Mr. Jim Kerker- Earth Science, Coach. 2. Miss Neva Hitchcock- English, Spanish. 3. Mrs. Margaret Potter- English, Latin. 4. Miss Yvonne Adler- English, German. 5. Mr. Frank Real-Spanish. 6. Miss Cecile Gelinas- Algebra, Chemistry, Physics. 7. Mr. Willard Harden- Biology. 8. Mrs. Beth Wolf- French. 9. Mr. Tom Felix- Life Science, Coach. l J ,z ,il " 'gs .. f .,. ,, r U, ..-...hip ., -...www I .352 v Ad 1. Mr. Jack Wilson - U.S. History, Freshmen Studies. 2. Mr. Clyde Dougherty- Freshmen Studies. 3. Mr. Wallace Duffy- World History, Drama. 4. Mr. Marty Ableser- Behavioral Science, Psychology. 5. Mrs. Karin Ship- ley - Civics. 6. Miss Virginia Petty - World Hu- manities, World History. 7. Mr. Larry Cum- mings - American Studies, U.S. History, Coach. 8. Mr. John Stevenson - Freshmen Studies, Physical Education, Coach. 9. Mr. Terry Crystal - World History, World Humanities, Physical Education, Coach. A v '45- l '71 ill' Making students genuinely con- t cerned about racism, war, poverty, and injustice were the history and English TEACHERS. Projects, small group discussions, and individual help offered by these teachers transformed their classes into relevant experiences. get X. tit? 3953 ggi. -W. . fit. N Wm Q A R x . -...R 1. Mr. Bill Watkins - American Studies, Science Fiction, English. 2. Mr. Fred Sorkin- Reading. 3. Mrs. Moonyeen DeSmidt- English. 4. Mrs. Kathryn Peterson- Speech, English Golden Eagle adviser. 5. Mr. Richard Peterson- Science Fiction, English, World Litera- ture, Student Government. 6. Mrs. Lloys Erickson- English. 7. Mrs. Eleanor O'Hair- Eng- lish. 8. Mrs. Pamela Holliday- Communication thru Media, Science Fiction, Journalism, Bay Eagle. 167 .,. .,...,,...,-,,,,, ,v,,,,,, , . a,,, T A A I-I I--A-rm H i Y . .., 1. Mrs. Sandi Behrmann- Drill Team, Physical Education 2. Mrs. Fritzi Holmes- Physical Ed- ucation, Dance 3. Mr. Joseph Hern- Oppor- tunity, Physical Education, Coach 4. Miss Bar- bara Bernlohr- Physical Education, GAA 5. Mr. Robert Morris- Physical Education, Pep Club 6. Mr. John Hale- Physical Education, Coach 7. Mr. Urho Saari- Water Polo, Swim- ming. l T Times may change- , ,,,.. schools may change T butthere will always be Teachers I 4 - . U - 4 s 4 , - t . , ,...t . .,,, t- we - i'iiti , Qier The P.E. and Math teachers is C affected the students by theirteachings and their opinions. We were fortunate to have some understanding teachers at our school. 7. My .. vi xiiisti-fi-f A .Xe X l X s- x I l .egg in 1. Mr. Robert Thorsen- Geometry, Math Analysis 2. Mr. Doug Minner- Physical Education, Math Essentials, Foundations of Math 3. Mrs. Anne Lenker - Typing, Business Practice 4. Mr. James Anderson - Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Business Math 5. Mr. Dick Whittington- Algebra, Geometry. Coach. 6. Mr. Don Woodsmall- Al- gebra, Trigonometry. 7. Mr. George Hall- Typing, Business Practice 8. Mr. Steve Newell- Albebra, Physical Education, Coach 9. Mr. Anthony Hess- Typing, Business Math, Pilot 8tNavigation .E I-. .. , :Ls--' 3' gs .5 Swiftly' ' . Knowledge comes books, experience, television, movies, but most comes from fI irf5g XTeachers 1 ' pg f7b ingschool more is fi V A We r Yfftandellfiatbifi xo Ig . I '7 I . If i.,22fi.iss1.':::.:fi f teachers of fine Q 1.,. ,,,t,,i , K i s , if , i f rg J G29 is 5 f . ,. ... dv ....,.W-..,,.s,.,,.,. ..,:,,, 835299 fw' Civ A rf. 1. Mr. Phillip Wood- Design Crafts, Ceramics. 2. Mrs. Nanette Fisher- Homemaking, Child Growth 81 Development. 3. Miss Dianne Simons- Chorus. 4. Mr. Richard Tash- Algebra, is Stage Band, Varsity Band. 5. Mr. Daniel Jeldum- Drawing and Painting, Printmaking, De- sign Crafts, Beginning Art. 6. Mrs. Dodie Daoud- Fashion Design, Jewelry, Design Crafts, Beginning Art. 7. Mr. Allen Carson- Applied Arts. ffl 5. 170 ---.... 94 W C l MDW 5 .-4, ...manila .,, . ,. Nw Z -- - ..QN,,f' iff-id 'f' J - M X AX .Q 1. Mr. Robert Conner- Driver Education. 2. Mr. Dick Robinson- Audio Visual, Media. 3. Mr. Doug Henderson- Photography, Special Education, 4. Mr. Clifford Wong- Metal, Applied Arts, Wood. 5. Mr. Dick Carter- Special Education, Coach. 6. Mr. Charles Saikley- Special Education. 7. Mr. J.D, Smith- Wood, Home Mechanics, Applied Arts, Coach. 8. Mr. David Garinger- Drafting, Applied Arts. 5+ uk In... With the closing of the Main Building, not only the students, but also the Special Services employees had to move. The attendance office and the nurse trekked to the East Wing while the secretaries moved into the bottom floor of the IMC with the librarians. The custodial and cafeteria employees made no moves, just improvements in services. Opposite Page 1. Mrs. Caroline Adams- Secretary to Principal 2. Mrs. Pauline Engle- Guid- ance Secretary. 3. Mrs. Mary Rose Lie- ley Malm- Secretary to Assistant Prin- cipal of Pupil Services. 5. Mrs. Doris Ros- enburg- Librarian. 6. Mrs. Lauretta Burk- ett- Media. 7. Mrs. Dorothy Floyd- Li- brarian assistant. 8. Mrs. Dorothy Gross- Librarian assistant. -R EI f-,egg W MS new A, P I I ... in CWS- t . xxx l W WW 173 1. Mr. James Porter- Attendance. 2. Mrs. Ruth Patrick- Attendance Secretary. 3. Cafeteria staff Left to Right: Mrs. Marion Stephens, Mrs. Leona Evans, Mrs. Barbara Kulp, Mrs, Eileen Montz, Mrs. Nellye Gray, Mrs. Frances Dent, Manager, Mrs. Dorothy Warmbordt. 4. Mrs. Joa- nie Bartelt- Secretary to Assistant Principal of Activi- ties. 5. Custodians- Back Row: Mr. Dick Schroer, Mr. Larry Misel, Mr. Jerry Witt, Mr. Jim Hamilton. Front Row: Mr. John Hamilton, Mrs. Helen Clayton, Mr. Mal- colm Barhart, Mr. Ernest Goulette. 6. Mrs. Margaret Cuzick- ASB Bookkeeper, Attendance Secretary. 7. Miss Lorraine Thorson- School Nurse. 4-Inq W --- v dki- Guidance Secretary. 4. Mrs. Shir- X g nib.. .fh . It 'm wg . AV s 'QI " l -5.5 . 5,4-fx ,,,,... .. The Varsity Baseball Team had a fine but disappointing season. Behind the strong pitching of Scott McGregor and Stewart Swiggum, the Eagles won the Pioneer League crown with a 13-2 record and proceeded to the semi-finals of CIF. The season ended there for the Eagles as one bad inning ruined their season and produced a 2-O loss to Rolling Hills. For any other team this would have been a great season but as Coach John Stevenson stated at the beginning of the season, "We aren't out to win our league, we want to win CIF." Although not entirely satisfied, the Eagles showed great improvement throughout the season and ended with a fine 26-6 overall record. 1. Jeff Tidwell lashes out determinedly at the ball. 2. Proving he can hit as well as pitch, McGregor ends up on second. 3. Pioneer League MVP shows his stuff 4 Concentration is the key, as Swiggum fires a fast ball. 5. Stu Swiggurn slides just to be sure. 201 W1 UN V eww-s " ' . -f G-it -'ls f.-are-.s. . tt.: te' 1. Bottom: Eric Tidwell, Steve Curtis, Terry Ray, Steve Fahy, Jeff Tidwell, Steve Domann, Ken Dalgleish. Top: Coach Stevenson, Mike Bue, Scott McGregor, Stu Swiggum Tom Soto, Jeff Hancock, Mike O'Dell. 'S , .ti R Q B 5 if 2. Exhibiting fine concentration, Scott McGregor shows the form that made him one of ClF's best. 3. Jeff Hancock making a put-out at first was a com- mon scene during Eagle games. 4. Eric Tidwell hits a long fly ball. 5. After winning the league title, Coach Stevenson reminds the team not to relax for CIF. 6. Opponents rarely stole on the Eagles, here Fahy makes the tag. 7. Having made one out, Soto looks to first for the double play. Ai' Pioneer League lst Team Stu Swiggum, Scott McGregor, Jeff Tidwell, Mike Bue 2nd Team Steve Domann, Steve Curtis Most Valuable Player Scott McGregor Most Improved Player Jeff Hancock 1. Having given his sign, catcher Steve Curtis crouches with the ump. 2. Mike Bue watches his ball sail to the outfield. 3. Steve Curtis keeps his head down and eyes on the ball and gets a base hit in return. 4. Anticipating the steal sign. Jeff Tidwell stays alert while on base. 5. The hot corner, third base, demands constant readiness. Here Steve Domann watches forabunt. lv 'xi' Air' gi -Q' if X ,. ,g Y, we 2 K Top Row: tLeft to Rightlg Coach Kerker, Eric Nagel, Mark Devilbiss, Mark Padjen, Matt Mullins, Jeff Franklin, Phil Briese, Tim Cargill, Rick Smith, Bottom Row: Bill Newman, Scott Christianson, Alan Walker, Kevin McGarry, Mike Glidewell, Lisle Randall, Mike Sutherland. Right: Ken Craig examines his in- jury, a rip in his pants. Far Right: Matt Mullins readies himself as Phil Briese winds up for the pitch. Bottom: With some gentle per- suasion, the catcher lets Jeff Franklin reach home plate. This year's JV Baseball team was constantly in motion-basestealing, executing the squeeze play, plus delivering power at the plate. There was a total team effort, both offensively and defensively, throughout the season. Each member can point to a specific game situation in which his practice and drive led to an Eagle victory. This year's outsta nding mention was earned especially by Phil Briese, Jeff Franklin and Matt Mullins. The three most consistent players were Mark Devilbiss, Alan Walker, and Mike Glidewell. Mark Padjen returned from a severe injury to make great contributions at the plate. Tim Cargill was the Eagle's most improved player. The Eagles led the league in all of the most important statistics. Our Junior Varsity team finished in 2nd place, one game behind Lennox. R-.',..,.c ,..,.. -.ii M A... - it ifwfwm . l M :ws V 'f -f ' -f gg' owl--fiiif.Q,c,Nt.,. . - 'Raw' T .. .. W - ' .. ., E . 15 .sw .. Bill Murray lets go of one to bring in run for the baby Eagles. 2. Tom Rowson throws down to econd to pick off runner in a crucial game. 3. Berggren tosses to Darrell Roach for a double vlay. 4. Chuck Zopfi prepares to deliver a third strike. ta., , - , ,.j: fbi ses- 4 - ... Vigh L , j .qt A H' .f . M M Khsh ,W . . , -- t Wmsww-MM H--mt,--Ws.ts.......,wM-.smW.wN,..s.c,.,-. . , W- ., , ' . ..,-,..-L,,f,,, .. f ,- . fl ., . .',.,,. .... Q... A A Mm . J 205 Under the leadership of Coach Larry Cummings, the Frosh!Soph Baseball team recorded the best season record, 16 wins and 6 losses, that any FXS Baseball team has ever recorded. This year, the team had only two sophomores, the rest of the team were freshmen. The boys put in an excellent year and are looking forward to their JV and Varsity Baseball careers. Standing, Left to Right: Bill Palmer, John Stroh, Chuck Zopfi, Bill Murray, Jim Buck- ingham, Ron Giery, Ken Craig. Bruce Mc- Adams, Matt Bell, Tom Rowson, Jim Berg- gren, Todd Yasin, Darrell Roach, Lonl Tydon. As the ESHS Varsity Horsehiders prepared to defend their CIF AAA crown, the GIA Softball team won the all South Bay Area Championship by defeating the Torrance Area's power, Nlira Costa, 4-2. This year the girls went undeated averaging 12.97 runs per game, while their opposition only scored 1.56 runs per game. The amazing thing about the team is that they played as a team. But one cannot overlook the outstanding individuals. The MVP's for this year were Colleen Kelly, a junior, who won eight of the nine games and Debbie Landreth whose most outstanding contribution was her .465 batting average. 'BT' 1. Colleen Kelly-Pitcher. 2. Debbie Landreth- Catcher. 6. Mrs. Behrmann and Mr. Woodsmall- Coaches. 4. Donna Montz-First base. 5. Karen Magee-Substitute. 3. Grace Hammack-Short stop. 7. Cheryl Martin-Second base. 8. Made- line Cripe-Outfielder. 9. Debby Cottriel-Out- fielder. 10. Kathy Wagnon-Substitute. 11. Cathy Collings-Third base. 12. Sally Braden-Sub. 13. Dianne McCauley-Substitute. 14. Jeanne Coll- ings-Outfielder. 15. Susie Campeau-Sub. 16. Maaike Holman-Outfielder. X. .N 4 ....-' f l. .. ..,,.-we ..M.we-e , up . . . X. .. . .,,. . .- . Q- . .eww-M--A -We-w4""'--"M H' "M" tow 1: Donna Kelly, Sue McKean, Meryl Lagotta, Denise Efflandt, Diane Kassiris, Rob- n Magraudy, Cindy Folkerson, Karen Dickens, Bernie DeFontes, Linda Briese. Row 2: Sherry Ping, Nancy Mason, Julie Zobel, Charla Sundquist, Nancy Macken, Belinda Davis, Daien Knight. Row 3: Kathy Maclay, Chris Pennington, Lynn Young, Heidi Miller Diane Kongable, Susie Morteson. Row 4: Mary VanDrie, Debby Taft, Noel McElvain Sandy Schrader, Susan Wiley, Michelle DeFontes, Kathy Wagnon. tt... libro -ew 1. Julie Zobel and fellow Trackettes wait to measure a long jump. 2. "The other team only jumped eight inches?!?" laugh Heidi Miller and Joanne Hobe, 3. Bernie DeFontes says, "Keep on Tracking." 4. That's not part T, of the game, Kathy and Jim. X ..!g'1m'ls Y. 1 W . 'Q:, trgr'wr- 4' . .. , . t ,. ,B .,, Q -'itiiriffi is A ,z..--Tfaqvrg i. h. Zv i. .Q K-EF.. Q5-tw1,itf-ef Qi., A.. E X - 'PQ A in 4x"S , --,gk .N 4+ L S A' 'K ' ,A 'A . . qgr.. . Q up." 207 This years Trackettes was under the direction of Coach Newell. The squad consisted of 35 hard working young ladies who helped at all the home track meets. Some of their jobs were taking down scores for the pole vault, high jump, long jump and shot put. Other girls were busy raking the pits or running score cards to the proper places. One girl was needed to announce the winners of the races and field events. All these jobs and more helped the Eagle Track Team have another successful year. During the track season the girls helped put on the El Segundo Easter Relays and cheered the team to victory winning the El Segundo Easter Varsity trophy. .. 2 ur' 1' This year, Varsity Track scored a good season, proving tough and spirited in competition. Many top marks X were acquired through hours of practice. Placing third in league, the Varsity Team put in a fine performance. The captains were Bob MacGregor, Glen Coles and Bill Cuthbertson. The frequent top scorers were The Weinstein Brothers and Randy Grounds. as X.. Bottom Row L. to R.-G.Deeter, J.Higgins, P.Campbell, X.Miller, K.Hamrick, J.Johnson, J.Weinstein, J.Castle, R.Castle, P.Smith, T.Markle, K.McAIlister, V.Orlowski, B.Cuthbertson, T.JoIly, C.Pinkston. 2nd Row-S.Guastaferro, A.Elmore, B.Bottles, E.Reynoso, B.Smith, K.Miller, R.Castle, D.Stoltenberg, B.Frye, J.TripIett, G.Allison, B.Jones, K.Adams, J.Brightwell, D.Reed, R.Rozelle. 3rd Row-C.Elliot, M.McEntire, A. Carbon, G.Coles, R.Chabrajez, M.Robert, K.Fogg, D.Coleman, J.Lawrence, J.Jack, K.Keenum, S.Brown, J.Roberts, B.Pedersen. 4th Row- G.Lappen, B.Legget, J.Pervis, R.Linke, M.Carrol, N.Barto, T.Goodman, D.AIIen, G.Crichton, R.Hientz, C.Booher, B.Palmer, R.Walker. 5th Row-J.Booterbaugh, R.McMurray, C.Cannon, T.Matchet, D.Yates, B.Disoway, R.Grounds, S.Stacey, R.Ollivares, M.Briney, T.Moncrief, K. Carter, J.Chavez. Below:Tim Markle passes the baton to John Weinstein for the last leg in the 440 relay. Top: Randy Grounds tests his skill at the high jump. Right: Psyching himself up for the shot put, Bob MacGregor presents this picture of concentration. pun-nunuu in ri' Q sf-M .gf ... .W ,...vq... , Jessi'-MW... - El Segundo Harvard EI Segundo Lutheran EI Segundo Sierra Vista El Segundo St. Monica EI Segundo Daniel Murphy El Segundo Miraleste El Segundo Lawndale El Segundo Lennox 1. John Weinstein cuts the tape. 2. Tom Jolly in free flight. 3. Randy Grounds chooglin the 440 4. Paul Smith finishes first in the low hurdles. 58.6. John Weinstein flying high-just comes nat- ural. After winning the Inglewood relays, this year's Bee Track Team rolled to a 6-2 record and a third place finish in league. This team was led by Jeff Jack in the low hurdles and Clyde Elliot in the sprints. With the addition of many Bee trackmen, next year's varsity should be promising. 2 s A N., . Ma 4 , 1.-Mike Robinson gets ready to take the baton from Steve Guastaferro. 2.-Jeff Jack looks toward the finish line. 3.-Sriding down the straight away Rudy Linke wins the 1320. 4.- Up and over goes Vic Orlowski. 5.-Richard Chabrajez runs to overtake a Palos Verdes trackman. 9 X M. . . K I bv' A -if ., . - A it me t sa-r vw Mn.. Y f .1 .Q . ' SES! NP""""'-we X niet gg A 'R an o c at c rsstt f s 5' QMS N ,Q . , it twig, Ae K '.. A A ,xkfqvw Q t , . k ES-5. -. X r ,.., WWW :ly l Z,i LT:.a g r N ,. ei? . .xeg,,'. gg , " ., 4 '- -ev f t t W 'gui ' 0 2 L 1.-John Castle jumps 6'2" for his highest jump ever, 2.-Placing first in the 660, Joe Purvis shows Eagle form. 3.-On his way to a win, Rick Walker eyes the finish line. 4.-Gary Deeter catches Harvard runner at the tape. Finishing up in third place in league, the Cee Track Team also had a 6-2 record, identical to the Bee's record. Future varsity prospects were Joe Purvis in distance running and Graham Allison in sprints. The Cee trackmen learned valuable experience and showed signs of being championship contenders. Right: Brian McNulty and Ben Brookens get ready to take off for another Eagle victory. Middle: Row 1: John O'Connor, Steve Hamaker, Brad Liedke, Ben Hobe, Gordon Clevenger. Row 2: Steve Mohr, Jim Witt, Brad Clevenger, Ben Brookens, Brian McNulty. Far Below: Steve Mohr swims hard in the butterfly. Quality not quantity was the story of the 1972 Varsity Swim Team At every dual meet the team was certain of wins in the 50 and 100freestyle from Brad Liedke, the 100 butterfly from Steve Hamaker, and the 100 backstroke and 200 medley from Gordon Clevenger. ln the Pioneer League finals, the Eagles once again came in second, losing only by 11 points. Lack of depth once again cost the Eagles victory because they had no divers. The high point for the Eagle team was the CIF Swim Relays. With over 200 teams competing the Eagles managed to take 3rd place. The most valuable swimmer, for the 4th year, was Gordon Clevenger. Gordon was the only swimmer to make the CIF finals. He managed to take third in the 200 individual medley and second in the backstroke. His time of 1:58.0 made the automatic time standard for High School All-American in swimming ""-we .K . M ANN. .,.L ts., . t, . 1 Left Row 1: Rick Peterson, Rod Randall, Andy Oien. Row 2: Casmir Pulaski, Tim Randall, Paul Guy. Middle Left: Rick Peterson takes off for a race in the backstroke. Middle Right: Ken Karutz gets in a fast dive for the Eagles. Far Below Row 1: Frank Kielnecker, Pat Dornblaser, Pete Whit- ney. Row 2: Tom Whitney, Mark Berenger. ' 4, ..-.--N l 4 - it g au-h-it-iv.-A 2 Because of the small turnout in swimmers, the Bee and Cee Swim Teams did not do well in team scoring. Improvement was made inthe style of Frank Kielnecker and Pete Whitney on the "C" level and Andy Oien, Casmir Pulaski and Tim Randall as "l3's". Highlight performances occured in the Bay-Pioneer League finals: Pat Dornblaser, 4th C-50 yd. breaststroke, Craig Mohr, 5th C-100 yd. freestyle: Tom Whitney, 5th C-200yd. freestyle: Mark Berenger, 2nd. B-50 yd. freestyle and lst in the B-100yd. freestyle: Paul Guy, 5th B-200 yd. freestyle and 2nd in the 400 yd. freestyle: Rick Peterson, 2nd B-100 yd. individual medley: Brad CIevenger,1stB-100 yd. butterfly and 4th in the 100 yd. breaststroke: and also Berenger, Peterson, Guy, and Clevenger, 2nd in the 400 yd. freestyle relay. ...law .. t g i to Q , 5 if ,K ,,,, A .ii :Q ,,, V, , 3:.,.,wff 1 un Finishing up in third place this year was our Varsity Tennis Team with the help and dedication of some of the more outstanding members of the team. Roc McNaughton received the Most Improved Player award while Keith Kornatowski earned the lVlost Valuable Player award with nine wins and eight losses. The number one man in singles was David Botfeld. And of course, there's Steve Leal who walked away with the Dexter Williams Perpetual Tennis award for the most outstanding tennis player in ability and attitude on the courtfor 1972. 21 4 .,.l- , ,,.,-T ,li- ',..-st 8 .. .l f. 'l , t, ,. ,--Q ,. .. F, k'y'if' Coming in second place for our league ahead of Lennox and Murphy was the Junior Varsity Tennis Team This year's league record was seven wins and two losses. Receiver of the lVlost improved Player award was Clay Campbell. The IVlost Valuable Player award was earned by Joe LaFramboise who chalked up a score of thirteen wins and four losses. ' 'wiiniuniicu ,I P.214 Top Left-Steve LeaI's award winning form won him the Dexter Williams award. Team picture Row 2-P.HoIman, R.Oja. S.Leal, K.Kornatoski, R.McNaughton. Row 1-D.Hambright, K. LeBowe, D.Botfeld, J.LaCognata. Top Right-Junior, Dave Bot- feld demonstrates his serving ability in the final match. Bot- tom Right-Roc McNaughton warms up for his match against Lennox. This page-Top Left-Coach Watkins looks on with in- terest. Team picture Row 2-R.SchIottmann, J.Botting, D.List, T.McNaughton, J.LaFramboise, J.Walker, K.Pierson, E.Atkesen. K.Miller. Row 1-J.Tate, C.Stiers, C.PoweIl, B.Motta, K.Lebowe, T.Campbell. Left-Joe LaFramboise delivers his powerful serve. Above Right-Peter Holman strains to make contact with the ball. 215 V 'M V' '--" , On the evening of March 24 and 25, song, dance, and act blended together to form the Music Department's Fiddler on the Roof. Performing to sellout audiences on both nights, main characters Colleen Reardon, Randy Peters, and their supporting cast attempted to rival the preceding year's musical, Hello Dolly. This year, the emphasis was placed on acting and emotions to carry Anatevka's story of changing times. Mr. Richard Tash, his father, and selected band members played background to the production. "lf I Were A Rich Man", sung by Randy Peters, and "Tradition", sung by the entire cast, proved to be the highlights in the show. Marc Fitch and Miss Diane Simons produced and directed, and much credit is due them. Cast Tevye . . . . . . Randy Peters Golde . ., .... Colleen Reardon Tzeitel . . ... . .Gina Turino Hodel ... ..Vicki Williamson Chava . . . . Toni Patterson Sprintze ... Cindy MacMillan Bielke ,., . .. .,,. Linda Flowers Lazar Wolf . . . .... , , Steve Fisher Yente ., . .... Caryn Shoemaker Motel ...,. . .Rick Pawlowski Perchik ., .. .Jim Campbell Fyedka . ... Bob Stapleton Avram . . ... . Tom Jolly Rabbi . . . . .Peter Sinclair Mendel . . . . .Chet Harter Constable .. . . .Tony Mack Inspector . . . , . Bob MacGregor Priest . . . ... . . -Martha Leal Grandma Tzeitel .. . . ,. Florence Steffer Fruma-Sara . .,. . . . Cindy MacMillan Fiddler. . .. . , .... , .Lori Robinson The Papas: Gary Deeter, Steve O'Neill, Randy Warnock. The Mamas: Pam Coney, Jody Froelich, Elaine Retzlaft, Lori Kreth. Charisse Roach, Valerie Grotf. Carol Witt, Terry McMullin. The Daughters: Lora Holcomb, Shari Martin, Karen Ramsay, Jamie Shannon, Florence Stetfer. ValorieVanNatta. The Sons: Sean McGarry, Terry Flynn, Rickie Heintz, Bob Sperb. The Russians: Terry Ray, Bob MacGregor, Jeff Jack. 1. Pretending to be matched up, Tzeitel and Hodel tGina Turino and Vicki Williamsonj present this scene. 2. After a long struggle for Tzeitel's family's approval of her mar- riage to Model, tradition was broken and they approved the marriage. 3. During the opening scene, the daughters dance to and sing with the song "Tradition". 4. With the applause still sounding, the entire cast takes its bow. 5. The papas and the mamas per- forming to the song "Tradition" with the fiddler in the background. Orchestra Mr. Sam Tash .. ... . . . .. Fiddle Tim Campbell . .Viola Susan Wiley . . Flute David Botteld . . Flute Keith Work . . . . . ,, Clarinet Charlou Simonson . ... . . Clarinet Noel McElvain. .. Ron Randall . .. . Bass Clarinet .... Alto Saxophone JeannineThurgood . TennorSax8tBassClarinet BiIlEIlis .... .. Debbie Ellerman Diane Roberts Esther Cook . . . Jeanie Collings Roc McNaughton . Brian McNulty . . Trumpet . . Trumpet . . .French Horn . . French Horn . . . Trombone Trombone8t Bassoon , . . Bass Tony Avak .. ,. . . Clarinet Jeff Bell .. . . . Drum Joe Stiers . Percussion Patty Shanks . . .Piano Production Staffs SetDesign. ., Stage Manager Costume Design , Set Construction . Assistant Stage Manager Publicity Manager .. Rehearsal Accompanist Publicity Typist . Sound Engineer . , .Marty Ottinger , . .Rick Wise .,.Donna Schmutz .. Steve Fisher Ray Kommel Vic Orlowski Vicki Dicks Tony Mack .. .Patty Shanks . . Helen Chalmers . . .Bill Maclay Lighting , . . ,. .. Rick Wise, Ray Kommel Spot Light . .. . David Jones. Shane Feller Make-up Advisor .. .. .. .Sally Dryden Backstage Assistant ... . ,. . Nancy Price Q, 5,1 E 2 'Y ? in F' U. 3? 1 is A ar.. xg. F" "' 3 N Q X4 .Q K ni 1 Q Q . 'N 3. -Q Q flsqx K i 40 I-'zz A g gf" ' .L f K f A K jg.,,.- -" 1- v-. . Because of last yea r's success the 1972 Senior Awards Presentation was once again held at the Media Center. This year, approximately 400 people attended, including teachers and administration, local businessmen, friends and fellow students and the honored students with their proud families. The students were honored for their achievements in athletics, the fine arts, leadership, scholastics, and service. 1. Senior class salutatorian, Dave Jones receives one of his many awards. 2. Richard Castle accepts the Gladys Gorham Fine Art Award. 3. Bob MacGregor happily accepts the Com- putax Corporation Student Award. 4. Senior class valedictorian, Colleen Reardon, receives one of her many awards. 5. Gina Turino receives her award from the Marina Savings and Loan League. 6. A very happy Scott McGregor shakes the hand of Mr. Kingston after being announced as the winner of the Har- vey Harvey Hazeltine Trophy. 7. A surprised Monika Honseler is awarded the Douglass-Cargill Memorial Vocational Schol- arship. 8. An entranced Scott McGregor stares hopefully at the endless line of trophies. 9-17. Happy students recieve their first place trophies: 9. Kim Salter, 10. Danny Layne, 11. Babette Piller, 12. Donna Cowin, 13. Susie Campeau, 14. Barbara Vid- mar, 15. Chris Sant, 16.Jeff Fortini, 17. Robin Oja. -l l L Providing recognition for the generally unheralded students of the applied arts, fine arts and industrial arts departments of ESHS, the 1972 Rotary Awards Banquet was held at the International Hotel once again. After a social hour and dinner, the Rotary Club President, Dr. Mclilhaney had the honor of giving trophies to the first place winners. Certificates of outstanding achievement went to the first, second and third place winners W1 Anything and everything could be found at the second annual Art Festival held in Library Park on Sunday, May 7th. The High School Stage Band and Varsity Band provided an enjoyable concert in the park for people of all ages and Miss Simons' choruses filled the air with music. Parades, costumes, puppet shows, art exhibits and ceramic displays all created by students in Art Guld and art classes represented the world of fine arts. Adding to the festive spirit of the day, 17th century style folk dancing under the direction of Mrs. Holmes performed to the enjoyment of the spectators. Art students sold some of their creative efforts to the admiring crowd of art fans and interested citizens. Credit for such success goes to the Fine Arts department and especially to the Art teachers-Mrs. Daoud, Mr. Jeldum, and Mr. Wood. Much could be learned and done at the Festival of Arts that lovely Sunday in May. Harlow, 4. Joan Markley, Ron Randall, Collen Kelly, Scott Stacy, Jeannine Thurgood, and Paul Arnot blend into the Stage Band scene with their saxophones. 5. Bob Sperb and Todorka Ristoushi dance to the music of the Art festi- val. 6. Dorinda Ernest, Sally Mason, and Carol Witt relax with a folk ballad. 7. Today's string thing, macrame, dominated the park in the form of bells, necklaces, and whatchamacallits. 8. Mrs Simons' Chorus, contributed their talents to the Art Festival. 9. Prospective buyers and art nuts examined the exhibits laid out for them on a grass carpet. QLQQ. 1. Jeff Tidwell admires with envy Ken Dal- gleish's art display. 2. Tom Jolly and Babette Piller display ceramic class wares. 3. The band takes a break before playing their nexttune. T . w ,. -' .ln-Y 'f " .f ', 'f . 4, 5' ' 2- .gy W TIA' , ,. V. .-.if ..-we X A P+, . Fw fy. N fe 59- i f .,. S .8 sq. MM W 4 N 1 A 'X' 1 ', 'I 'A it J, 3, 'if' ' l H , t I l 6 -t ,X . ,,.EM,Q A- ' I . KM, 4, A ! Y . 5 ' 5 xr. fs, . '- H? 3 fshtiir--V +-.rc e ' v '1 "lil . ' we ' I -:JQM..... -,"Dm .. using: ' r ,ew " M.. " 1 M... '--ew W- -st' Ist., .1 xy, - T- .,,. :N?s:,.r ' 9 Q .av :Q Q l A ' 5 f,E x sf 1 fy 1 'iQ U Q , Eff . , Q hi -M L P 1 , N k J, K x xx V I fi Sf, S q ,gif , : 2 f fi r Q? 5, i 'ff -51321-rf" x L gmfl ,. 'am-su v -. ' R' .' it M :A .ix 'rx ., "i"T"i 'Q urAiblf-- Sf- . K, finvdx.. ' 4' f wg W' f 1 gg is 'QV 5' A ' L L . in 'Ill ' 2 . 1 N 0 '5 6' - x .--' . K p n .f u A E I 2-...,,,,f gsbl ,' , ,g ik x 2 K 'Q. . KAQ-,,.sbyju.,J , ' -.f . ' f'W'L1 www I 4 'F F i 1 A W .. P X ' "-' p is f K 4 I l ' 'v 'I ' Mu f S K-nu 1 -V-A 3' N 4. ,L X '??'-':- L , Q .9 n A x J x ia .fin 'A M' "' 'G 'K 'Li' " 1......"' N On Thursday, June 8th, at the Annual Day assembly, the students of ESHS eagerly awaited to see the '72 cover and to hear the dedication as the Stage Band played, and as this year's ASB President, Steve Curtis, installed the '72-'73 President, Dianne McCauley. Finally the moment arrived when Annual Editors, Bob Kessener and Bob Pedersen, read the dedication and Mr. Wallace Duffy was ushered to the stage to accept his free book as the blue and gold cover was revealed. Then it was off to the boy's gym for the distribution of annuals. There was so much to look at and so much to read and so many other annuals to autograph. Another school year was made immortal between the pages of our annual. 1. Photographic effects present this distorted view of the Annual Staff before the assembly. 2. Repeating the holiest of holy oaths, Dianne McCauley is sworn into office by outgoing president, Steve Curtis. 3. After receiving their annuals, students sought their friends' signatures. 4. Lori Robinson and Barbara Albinus escort Mr. Duffy to the stage amid a standing ovation, 5. Finally, the correct cover was unveiled. 6. Stage Band played some excellent tunes before the assembly gotunderway. X Ili 1.8.2. Laura McCarthy and Sandy l-lull model fashions in the Simplicity fashion show. 3. Interested students and teachers watch an archery demonstration. 4. Mr. Duffy grate' fully accepts the honorable position given him. 5. The Drama class singing to one of their presentations. 6. The Iollipop girls add their comicalclass to the drama assembly. 223 ,i From dramatics to movies, students of ESHS enjoyed the second semester Assemblies. Sponsored by Girls' League, Simplicity Patterns put on a fashion show that included boys' and girls' fashions for summer. Students of Homemaking classes also modeled clothes that they had made in class. While the girls were enjoying the latest fashions, the boys were being entertained in the boys' gym with an archery demonstration. lVlr. Duffy's Drama classes acted out scenes and skits from various plays for another assembly. Also, there were the usual prom, elections, and annual assemblies that provided information as well as a break from the every day class routine. The favorite assembly proved to be the John Goddard movie about the Congo River. Assemblies were all too few and too short for most students, but then, school can't be all fun. On May 27 at 8:00 p.m., nearly 125 couples strolled into the exquisit grounds of Busch Gardens to enjoy this year's JuniorfSenior Prom. The outdoor atmosphere proved to be elegant, unique, and romantic. Sponsored by the Junior Class, the Prom was held in an enchanted land of colorful birds, beautiful water fountains, and lovely summer evenings. The Great Crowd provided the music while couples danced in an outside square. As a different flare to this great night, there was the Busch Garden's bird show where couples relaxed and enioyed the antics of trained birds. Also available were boat rides windingthrough the S T S gardens and visits to all bird residents. Climaxing if the evening was the crowning of Prom Sweetheart, Karen Lappen and Princesses, Debbie Summers and Margie Walsh. With such an elegant evening to remember, the Seniors were truly "On the Threshold ofa Dream". Lappen- Candidates for Prom Sweetheart: Row 1. Margie Walsh, Tara Stewart, Cindi Majors, Emily Wiley, Lynn Wendell. Row 2. Gina Turino, Donna Montz, Debbie Summers, Betty Young, Karen Prom Committee Members: Row 1. Jim Witt, Lesley Lowell, Lisa Hamaker, Cindi Purvis, Row 2. Kristi Carlson, Meg Tomaszewski, Ann Erlandson, and Chairman, Debby Cottriel. Top: "What do I do now?" says Donna Montz, Sweet- heart Candidate, to her es- cort, Jeff Tidwell. Above: Another candidate for the title of Prom Sweetheart was Gina Turino escorted by Terry Ray. Above: Prom Sweetheart, Karen Lappen with her date, Kevin Riessen along with princesses, Margie Walsh lLeftJ and Debbie Summers mighty with their dates, Mike Randall and John Sullivan respectively. Left: The chaperones as well as the kids seemed to be enjoying themselves while watching the bird show QLower Leftj. Below: Everyone was pleased with the selection of the 1972 Prom Sweetheart, Karen Lappen. A 5. X Sponsored by the American Legion and American Legion Auxilliary, Sharon Olson and Mike Jellison attended Boys' and Girls' State at Squaw Valley and UC Davis last summer. These two were selected to attend by the faculty based on leadership, personality, and academic achievement. The purpose of Boys' and Girls' State is to promote better citizenship, develop the spirit of democratic government, encourage students to intelligent 'C' participation in government, and develop within the individual the love of God, home, and country. 1 1. Mike Jellison, Vice-president of ESHS, finds time in his busy schedule to relax. 2. Sharon Olson takes a minute from her work as Treasurer of ESHS to smile for the camera. 3. Karen Magee and other CSF members wait for the bus at Universal Studios. 4. CSF Officers, From Left to Right, are Bob MacGregor, Fall secretary, Mike Jellison, Vice-president, SharLou Simonson, Spring secretary, and Joan Markley, President. 5. Girls' State representatives find time to enjoy the sun and pool during their week at Squaw Valley. 6. Mr. Woodsmall, CSF sponsor, rides home for lunch on his motorcycle. UPPERCLASSMEN Seniors: Gordon Clevenger, Ken Dalgleish, Cindy Hull, Tom Jolly, David Jones, Debbie Jones, Bob Kessener, Felicia Kongable, John O'Connor, Sharon Olson, Toni Patterson, Colleen Reardon, Charisse Roach, Peter Sinclair, Shirley Storm. Juniors: Tony Avak, David Botfeld, Kristie Carlson, Nancy Chambers, Kathy Cumm- ings, Denise Efflandt, Janet Ellis, Joan Gangawere, Lisa Ha- maker, Katrina Hann, Joyce Jacobsen, Evelyn Jones, Col- leen Kelly, Cathy Leblanc, Les- ley Lowell, Joan Markley, Kim Martin, Sally Mason, Lee Ann McCanlies, Dianne McCauley, Roc McNaughton, Brian Mc- Nulty, Cynthia Purvis, Mike Roberts, Kathleen Shaffer, Char Lou Simonson, ldona Snow, Susan Thomas, Linda VanBu- ren, Jeff Warren. Names listed in alphabetical order. ,garnish 4, it tix: K 2 ,st ,Q 4 'i i -i-i N . l . t l it . 5 K .sa Mr. Woodsmall once again sponsored the California Scholarship Federation, a group of students with scholastic excellence. Under his supervision and the leadership of president, Joan Markley, these achlevers tutored their fellow students, ushered at Senior Awards Night, and provided services to the school whenever needed. A field trip to Universal Studios on May 22 proved to be a welcome variation from homework for these fine students. UNDERCLASSMEN Sophomores: Bev Brown, Cheryl Bushrow, Brad Cleven- ger, Madeline Cripe, Maureen Cummings, Debi Diaz, Rhonda Dornblaser, Janice Glickman, Liz Glynn, Ken Gould, Grace Hammack, Vicki Jellison, Jer- ese Milleville, Diane Morehead. Kathy Pierson, Dianne Roberts, Barbara Turino, Julie Zobel, Chuck Zopfi. Freshmen: Cathy Collings, Esther Cook, Bill Ellis, Jorge Gigena, Cindy Isitt, Rob Matthews, Jamie Mc- Cann, Tod McNaughton, Cherie Miller, Sharon Murphy, Sue Nusbaurn, Stan Poey, Sandy Ramsay, Lauren Riggs, Jane Schmidt, John Stroh, Kathie Thomas, Kerin Tyrrell, Names listed in alphabetical order. Attaining and maintaining the highest grade point averages in the Senior Class are the Sealbearers. These individuals must meet the CSF qualifications six out of the eight semesters during high school. Besides keeping up grades, the Sealbearers were active in sports, drama, and Student Government, and carried out their special interests in school affairs. Like many graduating Seniors, some of the Sealbearers are uncertain of what the future holds in store for them. But others are planning their careers in music, science. math, and business. But whatever their fields of endeavor will be, each hopes to excell and to accomplish his individual goals. .xi C ly A, Q fi li 1. Mike Jellison and Bob Mac- Gregor. 2. Keith Work C1 and 2, possible candidatesb 3. Cindy Hull and Sharon Olson. 4. Dave Jones, Bob Kessener, and Tom Jolly. 5. Colleen Reardon and Peter Sinclair, 6. Charisse Roach and Felicia Kongable. 7. Debbie Jones and Shirley Storm. 8. John O'Connor and Gordon Clevenger. ' it X' Xi Q-I P . 2335 I' ,"': .f,, L -Q 1, - 9 S. L ft.. , r Q? J' X.. ani fag, . Q, . 'bg ,.--sv-If O' Ki? 1. Bill Coulter replacing Fire Chief Harry Gates. 2. Mayor Susan Lourey leads the council meet- ing. 3. Lynn Wendell is busy writing down the important minutes of the meeting. 4. Donna Cowin intently listens to city official. James Johnson. 5. Bob MacGregor listens and ex- presses his opinion during the meeting. 6. Wendy Hahn studies some statistics in the city attorney's office. 7. Mrs. Sullivan. legal secret- ary, is ready to assist Wendy Hahn, City Attor- ney. ei Q giffiijf. Wkbki f kk 5 . g Learning through experience were 18 seniors who participated in this year's Student Government Day. Sponsored by the Rotary Club, the students had a chance to see how the city of ElSegu ndo is run. The day. April 13, began with the introduction of all the city officials to the students who would take their place for the day. The officials explained their duties and their role in city government. Next, they were given a tour of the municiple buildings. The day ended with a city council meeting in which the students acted on matters concerning the city. Students learned and enjoyed the day while "playing" city government. On June 14th at 6:00 PIVI, 217 seniors marched onto Hazeltine Field to participate in the 4-4th Annual Commencement. Colorful floral arches, held by students from the Class of'73, combined with the melody of "Pomp and Circumstance" provided a majestic atmosphere for the affair. David Jones gave a welcoming address. The class, presented by Dr. John Nlachisic, was accepted by Dr. Dale M. l-larter, who then turned the podium over to Melvin J. Westover for the conferring of diplomas. Led by Mr. Tash, the seniors flipped their tassels on the count of 2. Colleen Reardon capped off the affair with a silvery speech that was warmly received by the audience. After twelve years of schoolwork, these 217 young adults had finally triumphed, and the many smiling faces testified to the joy derived from this accomplishment. 0 9 Y V r v l M3 1. Salutatorian, David Jones smiles, knowing that his moment is close at hand. 2.8.3. Dressed in white formals and carrying bou- quets. procession leaders, Kathy Cummings and Lesley Lowell lead the seniors in. 4. Mr. Cummings offers some lighthearted advice to Stewart Swiggum as Stu prepares for his entrance. BNF ft? EN 5' 4? i Above: Acting as head cheerleader, Tara Stewart exemplifies the emotions of the graduates as the ceremony comes to an end. 7. Expressing her happiness with a grin, Felicia Kongable walks beneath an arch. View fr. Ui. , , , ,gig .sg 5 X 1 - 1 7 1. The graduates on the east side stand as the arch- bearers walk to their seats. 2. Emily Wiley receives a congratulatory hug from her father. 3. Melvin Westover gives the seniors a brief talk. 4. Charisse Roach receives her diploma and a handshake from Mr. Westover. 5. Donna Cowin strides through the line of floral arches. 6. To a chorus of applause, Steven Wayne Fisher accepts his diploma, 8. Colleen Reardon presents her elocutionary val- edictory. Searching the town of ElSegu ndo and surrounding communities for flowers and fern to decorate their arches were the 1972 Archbearers. 39 junior couples qualified to participate in this beautiful, traditional graduation ceremony. Each couple signed up in May and started planning and designing their arch. Long hours of picking and wiring flowers and the strain of practicing paid off as the archbea rers paraded past the bleachers and formed the flowered path for the class of 1972 to walk through to the graduation ceremony. Right: The west side archbearers march in glumly. Below: The archbearers take their seats behind the graduates. Below Right: Mr. Cummings and Scott Graham disagree on directions. Above: The east side archbearers come on the field. Right: Susan Thomas thinks about next year's graduation. , 232 Ads and Index .1ifg:Ugfk!4EQSk.k11ffAS?1KSEHVICE ' 1 111111 1 ff l 1 111 . TAX - I 1 A , 1. .K Lh 1 ALV L 11 L -L LAL 1L mf ' . .1 Q 1. . 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