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

 - Class of 1973

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' .f,' M14 'g A S u n rise su nset f TP l Sunrise, sunset. Swiftlyflow the days: 5 W Blossommg even as we gaze Seedlinge turn overnight to Sunflowers 4 1 1 u 1 Sunrnse sunset Swnftly fly the years Sunrise, sunset. , n i 1 Q , l me I .W-Www. S Ns if a-uw "" www -T7 ?' gf W M K ii 25? fu WPS 'fliiiiii i f mm, 115. 4 JE I ' , , ' JJ? 4'?:fYfQ2w A , A 5, 5 34-iw? 1 v 7 , gl L W' J f ' we -fy W 5 X, 11 555 1 4' 1 9 naw , , , "W W X e? i V ' W? i as as Azz X 4 . 4 1 u -gi X iss? if lf' 'J' vm H i w::fiev1'S,n 4 ,iw 1, V f Y' V '11 1 - is . f J, fs v 'sei Y.: . 7:1 F,,,,,, " 1 A vii , 5144 , . -we-1 U ' 5' VW wi, ,M3,l,,b ., . .W- 3 L,,, V A A Ks" 1? Q , iii 7-ffi n Q Qi ,-, E ii if if f gif f 3 " E ,4 new-M 435, One season following another NJ Laden with happiness and tears. ,,- Use 8 5 iqifssi 1 me... x S K 1 vw ! Q,-an wg X n,,g?3.,3, 9 X N, mx xx -fri y 1-xg, Y K .-,ywi A+-' M-XQNM . K iS3"-xxgf,..i.5- ""' as 3-.-.5 K ,.,,.,.1 -L- Mvk' M. , 4f5"'ir' - Q , x.jfw.3, . 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From remodeling the cafeteria and creating the Media patio to sitting with students in the cafeteria and listening to their problems or suggestions, Dr. Machisic has worked hard to build a spirit of trust, loyalty and friend- ship among the students, faculty, administrators and parents of El Se- gundo. We, the Golden Eagle staff of 1973 extend our sincere appreciation to Dr. Nlachisic for his hard work and personal concern which has produced such outstanding results. With his leadership, the potential and prospects for the future of ESHS are truly as bright as the early morning sunrise. To Dr. John Nlachisic, principal, we proudly dedicate our 1973 Golden Eagle. N . -.-...H AW., s J., .-,.-1.5 W"""""""P!-wa va ' uf R P' 5- L 1 fx Nw!! ni'-'P' ms' ' f"""""H' -,W I3 "Digi, wwwwamrr. . wh-+Qmwwa .. ' ' Y ' " '1'ixz.1g:.- -... 'pw 0 Q. 1 'A' ' . . ' 1' of ' 1 , .. 4,4 .M . .3 I . if -' S, S Q 'QQ N. 173 1 Q. . - . ff' N x -3 gr .. 4"'??, -. v 'Zi 'Z' 2... .,. , . gy" 1' '- gif . w . 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A '-Y 7' s w,fw M0U 1+.zfzM!9MffMM Mw ,aM 'r Wifi Jw W WZ W ,Wm MKWWRMMMQQQKM, : rl W ca,M,4,Q0j ,IE jWWn4fbWmfL - M www WWC ,MQW pm ,wkbw-,4g,,Mm,q9q, ' zffxfev?MmWMMWmwWzffMMW- JCM 9 gm w5,Mm,,zgffffW,+f M21 My f MW 'fBMfd.M5Mw+ffW'J gxAf'77""L"j0f0'f'4j1+,-Q4,x Wffwgiw Qkikkmfgfz Q Q My WWW W iiiidffw WK th Seniors saw the sunset of their high school education. After 13 years of school, they were ready to go forth and see the sunrise on new horizons - work, college, marriage, and for some, the unknown. Sen- iors challenged some old traditions and explored some new in their final year at ESHS. They didn't remember growing older, but suddenly they were graduating. Pep rallies, homecoming, dances, coronations and proms ended, but the memories of these good times will linger on for years. Setting examples for underclassmen, seniors displayed leadership in student government, sports, clubs and classrooms. They replaced the loss of Senior Park privileges with a stronger class unity and friendship. They kept the senior sections at rallies and assemblies. Seniors reached out and touched school spirit in a variety of activities. ,ss-ff! '3 ST . va H'-Q. N SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Linda Leslie-secretary, Kristie Wallace-senator, Terri Schmutz-sen ator, Nancy IVlurphy-senator, Bill Frye-Lt. governor, Lisa Hamaker-governor, Paul lVlills-treas urer. I6 -2? 9 vii, AX Wim.. DEBBIE ALLEN Spanish Club. Espilon Sigma, CSF and AFS, Orchesis, Rotary Award. PAM ARMSTRONG Rotary Award DEBORAH ARNOT Varsity Band. Art Guild. Track- ettes TONY AVAK KEVIN BANNERMAN MARY BATTY Track Team, Trackettes. Art Guild. SUSAN BEALL ArtGuild GREG BEATY Cee Football, '72 Archbearer MARSHA BECHARD Frosh Girls' League Rep., Ad- vanced Chorus, Prom Commit- tee, '72 Archbearer, Spanish Club, Drill Team, AFS. JANICE BELL Transfer from St. Bernards DEBBIE BIGGS Spanish Club, AFS. KATHLEEN BLAIR German Club, Trackettes. Art GuiId,G.A.A. RICHARD BOCHINSKI Honor Roll KENT BOOHER DAVID BOTFELD Pres. Biology Club, Varsity Water Polo, Varsity Tennis, Varsity Band, Math League, ChessClub,CSF. SALLY BRADEN '72-'73 Annual Staff, House of Reps., Girls' Ensemble, Track- ettes,GlA Softball. MONICA BRADY Rotary Award, Modern Dance, French Club, German Club, Trackettes, Art Guild, AFS and FHA. PHIL BRIESE House of Reps., Weight Lifter's Club, Cee Football Captain, Varsity Football, Frosh, JV, Var. Baseball, JV Baseball MVP. BEN BROOKENS '72 Archbearer, Varsity Band, Water Polo, Swim Team, Key Club. JERRY BRUMLEY ANGELA CAJIAO JIM CAMPBELL "Fiddler on the Roof", "Stage Door", Biology Club, A'Cap- pella, Stage Band. PAMELA CAMPBELL Varsity Band, Modern Dance, Beg, Chorus, French Club, A'Cappella. Qt, ff A. Seniors captured pleasant moments between classes and during lunch. They laughed and told the latest jokes. They discussed clothes, games, boyfriends and rock concerts. Be- cause they were Seniors they hadllots to share and express. Because they were Seniors they. set the standards for all other classesg leadership, spirit and loyalty. Because they were Seniors, they were alittle sad that all will end to soon! Gary Lalone says, "What do I do next?" I9 SUSIE CAIVIPEAU Rotary Awards, Epsilon Sigma, '72 Archbearer, GIA Softball, French Club, Drill Team, GAA, FHA,CSF. KRISTIE CARLSON Epsilon Sigma, Varsity Band. Spanish Club, House of Rep.. Flagtwirler, '72 Archbearer, Prom Committee, AFS, CSF, FHA. LAURA CARR KEITH CARTER Weight Lifter's Club, Varsity Football, Varsity Track. House of Rep., Rotary Awards. SCROC. RON CARY Varsity Track, Fencing Club, BeeTrack. CATHY CHAIVIBERLIN Beginning Chorus, Advanced Chorus, Trackettes. NANCY CHAMBERS "Hello Dolly", House of Rep., Epsilon Sigma, Varsity Band. Spanish Club, Biology Club. CSFand AFS. JIM CHAVEZ Cee, Bee Basketball, Weight Lifter's Club. Frosh Baseball. Varsity Football, Varsity Track. Rotaty Award, Junior Prince. NICK CHIEPPA MARY CHURCH CRAIG CLEARY CARL COLLETTE Cee, Bee, Var, Football, Cee Basketball, '72 Archbearer. CINDY COPELAND Prom Committee, SCROC. VALERIE CORBETT WENDY CORBETT GARRY COST Rotary Award, Stage Crew. DEBBY COTTRIEL GAA three years, Secretary GAA, GIA Volleyball, GIA Bas- ketball, GIA Softball, House of Reps., '72 Archbearer, Annual Staff, Powder Puff Football, Prom Chairman 1972, 1973 Golden Eagle Editor, Commis- sioner of Assemblies, Sopho- more Senator, Drill Team. DEANNA CROCKET ---H' Seniors Insisted MARK DEVILBISS Cee, Var. Football, Cee Basket- ball, Soph!Frosh, JV, Var. Base- ball, '72 Archbearer, House of Reps. ROBERT DEXTER VICKI DICKS Spanish Club, A'Cappella, "Fid- dler on the Roof", "Hello Dol- ly", Drill Team, GAA. JOE DOBROVOLNEY JANNA DUVAL DriIlTeam DENISE EFFLANDT Spanish Club President, Epsi- lon Sigma Treasurer. CSF Vice- President, House of Reps.. Biology Club, Usherette, Drill Team, Trackettes. JANET ELl.lS Varsity Band, Spanish Club, Epsilon Sigma, Biology Club, Modern Dance, CSF President. AFS. MARVA ELMORE ANN ERLANDSON '69-'70 Page, House of Reps., Golden Eagle Staff, Prom Com- mittee, '72 Archbearer, '72- '73 Mascot. CINDY FARNELL Trackettes, Drill Team, G.A.A., House of Reps, Drama Club, Prom Committee, Powder Puff FootbalI,AFS Sister. upon upholding tradition even if Senior Park privi- leges were gone. They built a float for homecoming and dominated the homecoming week activities. They displayed talents in the music departments Christmas Concerts and the art exhibits. Through work experience and SCROC, 73 proved they were ready to face the future of work. MARK FAUT Water Polo, Wrestling. REGUIA FERNANDEZ STEVEN FORD French Club, Fencing. JEFF FORTINI Two Rotary Awards. CARRIE FRANCIS Trackettes, 1971-72 Golden Eagle, Drill Team, '72 Arch- bearer, JEFF FRANKLIN Cee Football, Roto Rooters, Frosh-Soph Baseball, JV Base- ball, Varsity Baseball, Rotary Awards, Honor Roll, Cee Track. JUDY FROELICH Drill Team, IVlodern Dance. Trackettes, A'Cappella Choir, "Stage Door", "Fiddler on the Roof", '73 Golden Eagle, 1972 Usherette, Spanish Club, Chorus. BILL FRYE Key Club Vice President, Sr. Class Lt. Gov., JV and Var. Wrestling, Var. Track, Var. Band, Bay Eagle Sports Editor, '72 Archbearer, JV Pioneer League Wrestling Champ, Prin- cipal's Honor Roll, 1972 Wrest- lingCaptain. JOAN GAUGAWERE G.A.A., Girls' League, CSF, A.F.S., French Club, Principals Goal's Committee, Rotary A- wards. LINDA GERINGER ROBIN GILBERT Transfer student from Saint Bernards. PAT GOEGLEIN X S KAREN GOODALE Drill Team, Girls' League. French Club, '72 Archbearer. RICHARD GOULD JACK GRAFF Frosh-Soph Baseball, Cee, Var. Football, '72 Archbearer, Var. Wrestling, Rotary Awards, Roto Rooters. SCOTT GRAHAM '72 Archbearer, Rotary Awards RENEE GRIMAUD VALERIE FRANCES GROFF Spanish Club, AFS. Epsilon Sigma Pres. Biology Club, CSF. "Charley's Aunt", "Another Part of the Forrest", "Stage Door", "Fiddler on the Roof", Bay Eagle, A'Cappella, Nlodern Dance. RANDY GROUNDS Var. Football, Track, Warning: Being a Senior can be dangerous to your health. Staying up all night to work on a homecoming float, to meet annual or newspaper deadlines, to cram for a test or type a research paper, or go to Disneyland on grad night can cause dark circles under eyes, a muddled brain and a tired body. Students must become Seniors at their own risk, but it is well worth it! Some students do anything to cram for their next test. 23 DEAN HALLEEN LISA HAMAKER CSF, Spanish Club, AFS, Drill Team, Girls' League Senior Rep., Epsilon Sigma, Senior Class Gov., House of Rep., Prom Committee, Beg. Girls' Chorus, Advanced Girls' Cho- rus, Orchesis, "Hello Dolly", Trackettes, '72 Archbearer, Rotary Award. KATRINA HANN Drill Team, Spanish Club, CSF, Modern Dance, G.A.A. CHET HARTER PHYLLIS HELVEY 1971-72 Golden Eagle, G.A.A., G,l.A. Volleyball, Var. Baseball Scorekeeper, '72 Archbearer. SHERI HENDERSON EVELYN HERRERA LORA HOLCONIB Drill Team Colonel '73, Drill Team-3 years, SCROC, Hostess 1972 Graduation, "Hello Dol- ly", "Fiddler on the Roof", "AgeofAquarius". IVlAAlKE HOLMAN Var. Band, French Club, G.A.A. President, G.I.A. Softball, G.l.A. Volleyball, G.l.A. Basketball. WN . --v""' .,. V ff' :ac 5 x. Colleen patiently awaits her next assignment. Q' BECKY HOLZWORTH KAREN HOWARD rus, 1972 Usherette. KEITH HUTCHINSON Frosh, JV Baseball JOYCE JACOBSEN Biology Club. Spanish Club. HOWARD JOHNSON SCROC GEORGE JAIME Seniors entered ESHS in the fall of 1969, full of questions and enthusiusm. They worked, studied, played, watched television, went to the beach and soon became the big wheels on campus. In the fall of 1972, struck by the finality of it all, Seniors resolved to make their last year one to remember. They planned bake sales, supported all activities, showed school spirit, and planned a dynamic ditch day. They "Kept on trucking." Then on June 13, 1973, Seniors walked under those flowered arches and within a couple of hours, they were alumni. Who will ever forget the class of '73. 25 Drill Team, Rotary Award SCROC, "Hello Dolly eg Girls' Chorus, Adv. Girls Cho CSF, Spanish Club, Bay Eagle Editor, G.A.A,, Epsilon Sigma ANNETTE NAVADIE JOHNSON Transfer from Lipcomb High in Nashville, Tenn. Honor Roll Transfer from Saint Bernards NANCY JOHNSTON Band, French Club, Folk Danc- ing. ED JOLLY BiologyClub EVELYN JONES CSF, AFS, Epsilon Sigma, French Club, Spanish Club, House of Reps., '72 Arch- bearer, Orchesis, High School GoaIsCommittee, PAM JUSTICE Frosh Class Sec., House of Rep., 1971-72 Songleader, Drill Team, A'Cappella, Adv. Girls Chorus, Trackettes, SCROC COLLEEN KELLY Band, Stage Band, Spanish Club, Math Team, CSF, G.l.A. Softball, Epsilon Sigma, '72 Archbearer, Girls' State DONNA KELLY Spanish Club, F.H.A., Girls' League, Rotary Winner, Crisco Award. N.. N75-M35 X ' F Lqwg if NN it H ,ee 4 I 1 Terri Schmutz's enthusiasm for studying goes to her head ' 83'-SEE X HUGH KELLY Cee Football. JV Baseball, JV Basketball, Var. Basketball, Var. Track, 1972 R.S.l.-L.V.P. NANCY KIRK ERIC KIRCHUFF ALEX KONECNY A'CappeIIa, German Club MARIE KOPPELMAN Art Guild, Rotary Award KEITH KORNATOSKI Cee Football, JV Tennis, Var. Tennis GLENN KOVARY MERYL LAGOTTA F.H.A., '72 Archbearer, Tracks ettes, Art Guild, Drill Team, 7072 Var. Flagtwirler ROSANNE LAKE Girls' Chorus, G.A.A., House of Rep., Rotary Award, SCROC GARY LALONE Track, House of Rep., Spanish Club, Cee Football BRENT LANDRETH Cee Football. Cee Track, Var. Football, Var. Wrestling, '72 Archbearer, 1973 Annual Staff. Weight Lifters Club Voting in the national Election was something new for the 18 year old Seniors. In civics, they heard candidates for various state offices and in all classes they dis- cussed lVlcGovern-Nixon and the issues of Viet Nam war, pollution and Proposition 14 Ctaxesb and the pros and cons of marijuana. Seniors showed a concern for the welfare and future of the country, and were preparing for their place as leaders of tomorrow's world. 27 KIRBY LARSON SCROC, Modern Dance SANDY LaRUE CATHY LeBLANC G.A.A., French Club, CSF, Rotary Award GARY LEDFORD LINDA LESLIE Transfer from Saint Bernards, Drill Team, '72 Archbearer, Sen. Class Sec., Prom Com- mittee, 1973 Annual Staff, Epsilon Sigma DAVID LIST Rotary Award, Varsity Tennis, '72Archbearer DAVID LONG BEE, JV, Var. Basketball, Frosh- Soph, Var. Baseball, Bee Foot- ball, lst Team All Pioneer, League-Basketball, '72 Arch- bearer DOUG LORER LESLEY LOWELL Girls' League Rep., A'CappelIa, Drill Team Colonel '73, Spanish Club, Orchesis, Modern Dance, Trackettes, House of Reps, Prom Committee, Epsilon Sigma, Biology Club, Pro- cession Leader '72, AFS, CSF LINDA LEA LUCERO GAA, Girls' Tennis Team, Dexter Williams Perpetual Trophy, Drill Team, Girls' League, FHA, Beg. Girls' Chorus, Drama Club, Tennis Club. KATHY LUTHY Beg. Girls' Chorus, Ad. Girls' Chorus, House of Reps., Track- ettes, 71-73 Annual Staff, AFS, Prom Committee, Drama Club ALICE LYTLE German Club, Rotary Award, Bay Eagle Staff ini Band Major, Roc McNaughton, wonders if the Band and Drill Team will be able to perform well. X . I i , 29 BARBARA MacGLASHAN SCROC BILL MACLAY FRANK MALLES Cee Football, Cee Track, Fenc- ing, SCROC, Ecology Club. JOAN MANOCCHIO Trackettes, French Club, GAA, GIA Volleyball, Bay Eagle JOAN MARKLEY CSF President, Epsilon Sigma, '72 Archbearer, Varsity Band, Stage Band, Spanish Club, Math Club THERESA MARQUEZ ArtGuiId CHERYL MARTIN GAA Vice President, GIA Volley- ball, GIA Basketball, GIA Soft- ball, Trackettes KIM I. MARTIN CSF, AFS, Speaker of the House, Bay Eagle, German Club, Bee Basketball SHARI MARTIN Varsity Band, Varsity Flag- twirler, Drill Team, Spanish Club, Girls' Ensemble, A'Cap- pella, "Fiddler on the Roof", AFS LEE ANN MaCANLlES "Charley's Aunt", '72 Arch- bearer, Epsilon Sigma, Varsity Band, Modern Dance, Mascot '71-'72, Spanish Club, Track- ettes, AFS, CSF. DIANE MCCAULEY MICHELE McCLARY Rotary Award, Spanish Club, C,B Bskb. Scorekeeper, '72-'73 Golden Eagle, Rank Leader '72-'73, Junior Secretary, Trackettes, '72 Archbearer, Honor Roll, SCROC, AFS, GAA HEATHER MCINTYRE Transfer from El Paso High SUE McKEAN '70-'72 Flagtwirler, Girls' League Senior Rep., '72 Arch- bearer, House of Reps., French Club, Trackettes, Drill Team, FHA. CINDY McMlLLAN Beginning Girls' Chorus, Ad- vanced Girls' Chorus, A'Cap- pella Choir, JV Cheerleader '69-'71, Varsity Cheer '71-'72, Vice-Pres. of Pep Club, Sopho- more Secretary, Sophomore Princess, Commissioner of Pep Ki Morale, "Hello DolIy", "Fiddler on the Roof", Carnival Secretary '72, '72 Archbearer, Rotary Award, Band Majorette, Epsilon Sigma, ASB Secretary. ROC MCNAUGHTON Drum Major '72-'73, Spanish Club, Honor Roll, CSF. BRIAN McNULTY All CIF Water Polo 3rd Team, All American Water Polo, C,B, Var. Water Polo, B, Var. Swim- ming, Key Club President, '72 Archbearer, Biology Club, Bay Eagle,CSF LOUANN METCALF House of Reps., Rotary Award Seniors are extra special people. They sit in front of the auditorium during assemblies, they rule the pep rallies, and they become ASB officers. Seniors fill out college applica- tions, scholarship forms and a dozen other forms for work, interviews, and sports. They hate to study but love to talk and eat and talk, talk, talk. Seniors can hardly wait to graduate but are sad when they do. Sen- iors show spirit and apathy, all at the same time. But a school without seniors is no school at all! 30 Alice Lytle wonders, "ls it really worth it?" 31 KEITH MILLER Tennis Team XAVIER MILLER JV, Var. Cross Country, C, Var. Track. Band PAUL MILLS Transfer from Colton High, AFS, Junior Class President, Latin Club, '72 AFS Vice Presi- dent, Linguistic League, Ecol- ogy Club, Chorus, Inter Club Council, Young Life Secretary, Boy's Forum, Junior, Senior Class Council, '73 Ring Chair- man, Sen. Class Treasurer, Key Club, '72 Arcnbearer, '73 Golden Eagle Staff JOSE MISQUEZ STEVE MOHR Biology Club, B, Var. Swim- ming, Key Club, Rotary Award, German Club, Chess Club, '72 Archbearer GABE MOUCHEBOEUF NANCY MURPHY Senior Senator, House of Reps. Band, Committee Chairman Prom '72, Drill Team, ESHS Banner Carrier, French Club, Var. Band, AFS, '72 Arcnbearer LINDA NELSON Art Guild, "Age of Aquarius". "Hello Dolly", "Stage Door", Drama Club, Modern Dance. BILL NEWMAN C, Var. Football, JV Baseball, Frosh Baseball, Weightlifters Club, Rotary Award, '72 Arch- bearer MIKE O'DELL Key Club, C,B,JV, Var. Basket- ball, C,B, Var. Football, Frosh! Soph, Var. Baseball, Annual Staff '72-'73, '72 Archbearer, Commissioner of Athletics, RSI All-tourney First Team MARK PADJEN C,B, Football, Frosh, JV, Var. Baseball, House of Reps. DEBBY PAGE GLENDA PAGETT Frosh Senator, 2 years JV Cheerleader, Soph. Girls League Rep., 2 years Varsity Cheerleader, A'Cappella, Pep Club Vice Pres. MICHAEL PARKS Art Guild, Rotary Awards JIM PARTLOW GAY PENDLETON CSF, GAA Publicity Chairman, FHA President, Drill Team, House of Reps., Spanish Club, '72 Archbearer, Girls League Senior Rep., Epsilon Sigma, Varsity Band. NANCY PESSIA French Club, Modern Dance, Orchesis Golden Eagle presents the class of '73. Clearly, these seniors are quali- fied and ready for work, college, or life. They have spent 13 years preparing for the future. The last four years challenged them to adjust in attitudes, dress, curriculum, buildings-just about everything. Never before has a class been subjected to so much change, but this only pre- pared them for a way of life that will be with them forever. Good luck, Seniors! We wish you well forthe road ahead. Cathy Cummings and Eric Kirkhuff find it hard to concen trate in Chemistry, but Ed Jolly definitely does not. li 48 JANENE PETERSON Girl's Track Team, Powder Puff Football, Trackettes MARINA PETROVICH Adv. Girls Chorus, A'Cappella, '72 Usherette, '72-'73 Drill Team Colonel. SUSAN PHILLIPS Freshman Governor, Track- ettes, Drill Team, Rank Leader '72-'73, House of Reps., Princi- pals Honor Roll, Girls' League Rep., GAA, '72 Archbearer. Principals Honor Roll, AFS, '72-'73 Golden Eagle Staff CYNTHIA ANN PURVIS House of Reps.. Modern Dance, Rotary Awards, Prom Committee, '72 Archbearer, CSF JOHANNA PURVIS Varsity Band, Banner Carrier. Usherette '72, Modern Dance, Orchesis, Police Explorers, JuniorAchievement PAM RAMEY A'Cappella, Rotary Award, '72 Archbearer, '71-'73 Flag Twirl- er, FHA KAREN RAMSEY LISLE RANDALL Homecoming King, Cee, Var. Football, Bee Basketball, Frosh!Soph, JV, Var. Baseball, Varsity Band, '72 Archbearer, Screaming Eagles, Spanish Club PEGGY RAY Freshman Princess, Track- ettes, Golden Eagle '71-'73, Drill Team, Beg. Girls' Chorus. Adv. Girls' Chorus, '72 Arch- bearer, Principals Honor Roll, Prom Committee, GAA, Rank Leader'72-'73, PARTICIA RIVERA MIKE ROBISON MIKE ROBERTS '72 Archbearer, Var. Cross Country, Varsity Band, German Club, Spanish Club, Cee, Var. Track, Biology Club, Math Club, Key Club, CSF Being a Senior was waiting for something to happen-waiting for the weekends, the skip days, wait- forthe bell to ring, waiting for the prom, and waiting for June to come, which would end the waiting forever. DAWN ROSELAND PAUL RUTTINGER MICHELLE SAFARIAN 4 years Trackettes, AFS, Girl's Track, SCROC 3 years, Cross Country Asst.-2 yrs., GIA Bas- ketball, Powder Puff Football, Principals Honor Roll CHRISTINE SANT Soph., Junior Rotary Award, FHA, Prom Committee, SCROC, CFS TERESA SCHMUTZ Drill Team-Rank Leader '72-'73 Colonel, '72 Archbearer, Senior Senator, AFS, Girls League, Prom Committee KATHY SELF ur-'ff Bill Frye and Judy Froelich enjoy themselves dancing '91, T R I KATHLEEN SHAFFER CSF, Spanish Club, French Club. PATTY SHANKS A'CappelIa, Stage Band, Varsity Band, Drama, ACVA Honor Choir, S,C,S.B.O.A. Honor Band, "Hello Dolly", "Fiddler on the Roof" CARYN SHOEMAKER German Club, A' Cappella, "Stage Door", "Hello DolIy". "Fiddler On the Roof". CHAR LOU SIMONSON AFS, Spanish Club President, CSF, Band Manager, Epsilon Sigma, "Hello Dolly", Band, "Fiddler on the Roof" Band JANET SUI AFS, Epsilon Sigma KAREN SMITH SCROC, Trackettes RICK SMITH C, Var. Football, Bee Basket- ball, Var. Track, Frosh, JV, Var. Baseball, Spanish Club, Fresh- man Prince, Roto Rooters, RSI Participant, '72 Archbearer IDONA SNOW Frosh Senator, House of Rep.. Soph Rep. Girls League, Girls League Sec., JV Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader 2 years. GAA, Key Club Queen, Senior Rep. Girls League, Student Ad- visory Council, Pep Club Presi- dent, CSF, '72 Archbearer, RSI Queen, Homecoming Queen TIM SPEES TOM SPERRY CHARLOTTE SPIVEY BOB STAPLETON C,B, Var. Football, C,B, Var, Track, Weight Lifting CIub,Frosh Baseball, Roto Rooters. A'CapA pella, "Fiddler on the Roof" FLORENCE STEFFER Spanish Club, Beginning Girl's Chorus, Adv. GirI's Chorus, GirI's Ensemble, A'CappelIa, Drill Team Rank Leader, AFS, "Fiddler on the Roof", "Hello Dolly" KURT STEICHEN House of Reps., Soph. Prince, C,B, Var. Football, Cee Track, JVWrestIing TERRY STEPHENS '72 Archbearer, Rotary A- wards, House of Reps. MICHAEL STEPHENSON SCROC, Boy's Chorus LINDA STIMPSON DAVID STOLTENBERG Frosh JV, Var. Football, Varsity Track DOUG STURGEON DIANE STURM FHA, French Club, Rotary Awards, Drill Team, '72 Prom Committee, '72 Archbearer SENOMA STUTHARD CHARLA SUNDQUIST French Club, A'Cappella, Modern Dance, Band, Track- ettes, Epsilon Sigma, "Stage Door" GEORGIA SWARTZ Spanish Club, Band JAMES TATE W l I r Q . 1 'NSN . X ,' .ff:f55:3 f DEE' 2595 : '11.'1r:5rrun.:3 'L f'fY2l:EE'5 ,.. Alice Lytle has a lot of work in journalism, which she does in her spare time. , 37 PCD SUSAN THOMAS CSF, Spanish Club, '72 Arch! bearer, Rotary Award JEANNINE THURGOOD Varsity Band, Stage Band, Modern Dance, "Hello Dolly", "Fiddler on the Roof" DAVE TILFORD , Varsity Football, Varsity Track, '72Archbearer MEG TOMASZEWSKI Drill Team 71-72, Song Leader 72-73, Prom Committee, '72 Archbearer, Junior Princess, Advanced Girls' Chorus RITA TOMAKANE Epsilon Sigma, AFS Exchange Student LINDA VAN BUREN Epsilon Sigma, Orchesis, GAA, Spanish Club, CSF, Trackettes LUCY VANDERBYL MARK VOLK JESSE WALKER Senior activities in a given day consisted of forging passes to get out of chemistry class, taking cuts in line to uphold Senior rights, and just enjoying the last year at ESHS as much as possible. KRISTIE LEE WALLACE House of Reps., Drama Club Sec., Lt. Gov. Soph., Track- ettes, FHA Treasurer, Jr. Sen- ator, Jr. Girls' League Rep., AFS Vice Pres., "Charley's Aunt", "Another Part of the Forrest", "Stage Door", Ki- wanis, Rotary, Optimist Club Award, Explorers, Powder Puff Football, '72 Archbearer, Prom Committee, Drill Team, Epsilon Sigma, Senior Senator, "Three Blind Mice" CONRAD WALTON LINDA WARFIELD RANDY WARNOCK JEFF WARREN C,B,JV Basketball, Track, Frosh, Soph. Baseball, '72 Archbearer MARI WATKINS TINA WATSON '72 Archbearer, French Club SCROC '71-'72 Golden Eagle '72-'73 Golden Eagle KATHY WELCH House of Reps. DAVE WILLIAMS Frosh Football, Frosh. Soph. Baseball, Frosh, B, Var. Track . f' 3 1. 43 Cindy McMillian and Donna Kelly show devoted interest in Mrs. DeSmidt's English class. 38 Seniors returned from sunny beaches, summer jobs, and scenic va- cations to ESHS in the fall of '72 to complete their last year together. With determination to make this the most memorable year of high school, they planned dances, Senior ditch day, and money mak- ing projects. Seniors wanted to get involved, and they did. EDDIE WILLIAMS Frosh!Soph Football MARY WILSON ASB Secretary, French Club, French Award, Rotary Award, Prom Committee, '72 Arch- bearer, House of Reps., Senior Class Princess JIM WITT AFS President, Spanish Club. Key Club, Varsity Swimming. Varsity Water Polo, Prom Com- mittee Chairman, '72 Arch- bearer, AFS Exchange Student KEITH WOLFSBERGER RSI Winner, Second Team All Tourney, B, JV Basketball, French Club, Frosh, JV Base- ball, '72 Archbearer KATHY WOODWARD Spanish Club "Gee, that was real funny, teach." says Jim Witt. SCOTT ZEIGI-ER 39 CQ fwfzw M vgwl nag Vw A5 Qui? , 'MM' ,EYQS Wg? v of 2 MNHQQW WW as-9 H 5 Mr 'M' WWW 33 .x9'fD ,f WW Tw WW 6 5 5 QQVQQAL? E Q 5? Eggs? wma! E5 9 Q H gfwf , aw N N L56 NWS CND 5,04 iq 0fQQi,3!XR,Oo QSM if? WNXK wM Qjjjl JMX Fir 99.47 O50 O a0+efLiii 140 wi? .N SM 40 ffffvwuixy is V if kffwf EXW WWE QQ + n ww UQ MX gf M0341 JQDZJWQW' We WE - 2 UW' 1f5fWW My if QW U . '1 I 455 J! V . x EQ, 5 Ag, jg UN s S dwg ' 0962? Q1 sg S5 Wiigf X gTfb ..... kQ'm2iPnfmjlQ'l1T Q W S59 V 6'V6?'U ox. Q ' ' xQY" XMSQSQ iq Wwwjvw Mi, qi!!! g 41 Juniors will long remember the dawn of their upperclassmanship. Their main objective was to earn money for the Junior-Senior Prom. Juniors spent many long hours working in con- cession booths, selling football programs and license plate holders, and planning various other activities which Mr. 84 lVlrs. Peterson sponsored. Juniors enjoyed being excused second at rallies, where they were able to sit on the west side of the boy's gym, and at assemblies, where they oc- cupied the seats in the middle row of the auditorium, behind the Seniors. For many Juniors it seems like a long time since they first entered high school as freshmen, went through the conditioning process of sopho- mores,finally to taketheir stand asthe mightyJuniors. .aim 'T,Q-iff' ,F -........,- -1. 1 ,, k Junior Class Officers: Dorrie Ernest-Secretary, Rosemary Hare-Senator, Carolyn Clarke- Senator. Ken Karutz-Governor, Steve Bartelt-Lt. Governor. 42 14.7 Tracey Aikins Argel Almaguer Huey Armantrout Burl Armstrong Sherie Andersen Sharon Armstrong Paul Barnwell Steve Bartelt Chris Barton Evelyn Bayes Cara Bell Harry Bell Jeff Bell Kathy Bennett Ben Bogossian John Botting Laurette Bowie Linda Briese Mike Briney Bert Brown Beverly Brown Sandi Brust Barbara Bryan Lisa Bush Cheryl Bushrow Mary Byrne Michael Calvert Peter Campbell Sandy Campbell Richard Capo Andy Carbon Cheryl Casler Roger Castle Scott Christensen Rick Christie Nancy Claflin Carolyn Clarke Brad Clevenger Don Coleman Glenn Coles Jeanie Collings Julie Collings Chris Conley Don Conner John Corallo Staci Corey Margy Cottriel Mitch Crawford Steve Crews George Crichton Madeline Cripe Brad Cummings Maureen Cummings Jon Curia Bill Cuthbertson Eric Curry Susan Dare Greg Deets Bernie DeFontes Kip DeHermida A 'it R WW 4 lu 5 A-2 stiff 1 ' gtitz law 3:5 L PCD , if. iw A A . ,. Z 3 it e .QQ s r t in A ' f, - 1 ' ' " ' ,,,,V ,... Fit it ei! Q f .. 'lt e tg- Q. ff 45 . 'ly '?f We J 4,1 6 X ig ' ,G i f all 5 V+ - - gil E ei iv X 1 2 tr !.' r ,k,.. t . ml L A FA Q.. .Nfl Q, .. V, , .-V M , ,451 1' .ffl t 532253 LL . V ig - ,. . t Ji-iv". 5 , g ,X ,X t . - - Q , - , 5 'Y ei? fx s. ., N June Francois Janice Glickman Gaye DeLong Debi Diaz Dawn Dick Karen Dickens Rhonda Dornblaser Maureen Dobruck Sue Dodgen Greg Drozd Dave Dunbabin Linda Dunlap John Durkos Michele Duval Betsy Efflandt Clyde Elliott Dorinda Ernest Shane Feller Brian Ferguson Terry Flynn Cindi Folkerson Leslie Francis Juniors were kept very active in such things as drama, chorus, pep club, drill team, student council, band and various sports. Besides these, there was the class meeting every Wednesday in Mr. Peterson's room. Also, many Juniors lent a hand in the building of a Homecoming float, hoping to win a high award from the judges. Juniors worked on the Prom and also were archbearers for graduation. A sportscaster in the making? Sam Shriver takes a crack at it. Mike Glidewell Liz Glynn Ken Gould Jeanette Gutierrez Paul Guy David Hamilton Grace Hammack Cheryl Hanes Rosemary Hare Tom Harrington Joan Hayos Shannon Helms Margee Hoggan Sue Holland Pete Holman Loretta Honseler Susan Horst Brenda Horton Sandy Hull Jeff Jack Cathy Janssen Randy Jeck Vicki Jellison Pam Jensen Bob Johnson Chris Johnson Karl Johnson Ken Karutz S .8 if ,J N ,, E., Q S if S as I ,,, . ' ---l Class of '74 shows enthusiasm They kept the old traditions of a refreshment booth at football games, a Homecoming float and Prom. They sold hot dogs, popcorn and cokes from an old Coke booth that looked almost impossible. They had one giant candy sale on a Saturday in November to provide them with the funds necessary to finance the Prom. Juniors not only remembered old friends, but made new ones. They worked and played hard to make their class "extra special". A teacher can't be getting all this attention from Eric Curry! "hi :gi ,H-if J' ' - ,gfiriif 3:32, 1:E2: ...'. 'rf-f"' Ng ' fa .t'f?5'rsL-T ift,1.:..4.a, ,I 1- ,F lg nf far, 1 " E ' thi RA. -.s.,., c. AQ fix, 47 Diane Kassiris Denice Kline Patty Konecny Paul Koppelman Arthur LaCognata Joe LaFromboise Tom LaMay Debbie Landreth Dave LeMasurier Faye Lemon Cindy Leslie Doug Lingaitis Rudi Linke John Linn Sam Long Matt Luikens Karen Lutz Tony Mack Sandy MacLean Robin Magraudy Kathy Markle Nancy Mason Tim Matchett Tim McDonnell Terry McMullin Wi if 5 -- if 9 T -ryaa ' , ..kk i Ron Melton ' '- 1' -Q ' t. . i Lori Meyers 'Q M . A Theresa Michels A 1 .rfb i ' 'A 5 ' 4 Randy Miera Q ' ' :Lf H is H P 'M' t 2 f I atti isner 3, ,Y +V K Qi lg i ,Q L in s .1 4: - ' T Z1 .-,.s..1'f ' Nc eeee yt as -5.-.5 yt . Q :ge - Jerese Milleville T , vs t Terry Moncrief ' - Y S A ConnieMoore -5 5 i - 1 tc. v 5 J' ex 'R Patti Moore ' - . DianeMorehead 5 T- - - ,--1 - - i. T - s is t i i Theresa Morris ' . S Matt Mullins c . ' , A t " V i Q ff" if f . ERP e Evelyn Mungula L Z . N V q Eric Nager , - js 's"J- gg Debbie O'NeiII ,1 X F 2 1 , Ri 1' f .:,. mfg so ,, f-3 MMNJy,,,...f.- Q Juniors were in the spotlight when the '74 class rings arrived in October. For many days following the distribution of the rings, Juniors could be seen showing off this symbol of upperclassmanship. Many Juniors just sat and stared at their new rings, it gave them great pleas- ure to know they had come this far already. lt also instilled a certain excitement and pride in each and every Junior who received a class ring, which will, in future years, bring back memories and sentimentalities. Even Maureen Cummings needs a time out once in a while' 48 32 'E il - fi 1' 1, "" whit SM ? as l A ,3 N' tv Q xx 4.4 no T ix t ,, Q E 3 Q i Y S '1' " T Ni, 2- Q is i E 3' "S:-Ffa: iesg.5fg:. : -If-3 Vt q.f':f',EfQSg5ks: H- ,.- ,Y i1--- use ti x . ..,-ti, X s 5 5 XXX ,W X sis E fu i,-: 1 3 i Q a N.. . 'gg ga .13 A ,lm Q 1- ' k t rs S his ,, 'T Xi x dv . ,xi .. vt si. -- ffl M gi. 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A- Kathy Renfro Fred Retzlaff Ernest Raynoso Steve Rhodes Dennis Riggins Bill Riggs Maxine Roach Dianne Roberts Steve O'Neill Grace Ordonez Mark Parsoneault Peggy Pederson Holly Pennington Cindy Perkins Mike Peterson Rick Peterson Kathy Pierson Sherry Ping Chuck Pinkston Tom Price Casimir Polaski Karen Purvis Juanita Ramsey Rodney Randall Tim Randall Rick Reed Scott Reed Tami Reitberger Diana Robertson Valerie Saran Janet Saylor Virginia Schaeffer Scott Schultz Tereasa Scribner Jamie Shannon Gayl Shilling Sam Shriver Bob Smith Bryan Smith Darrell Smith Debbie Smith Kim Smith Tom Soto Becky Stegman Todd Steichen Joy Stevens Matt Stewart Joe Stiers Chris Stocks Amalia Templeton Jim Thamann Mike Thamann Cheryl Thomas Dan Thomas Gene Thomas Eric Tidwell Glen Tinker Vikki Tjaden Juniors have changed their attitudes and ways of thinking since the beginning of high school: they grew up and be- came aware of what was going on around them. Many Juniors showed their scholastic capabili- ties by taking the PSATXNMSQT. With only one more year to go, all Juniors are looking for- ward to their final year at ESHS when they will be the ones on top. Vickie Jellison takes a stance. ls that a new pep clup maneu- ver? ,MMM .. A 51 Mike Trainer Barbara Turino Leni Tydon Mary VanDrie Valorie Vannatta Kathy Wagnon Alan Walker lan Wallace Mitch Ward Nita Weisenseel Harry Wenzel Vickie Werner Julie Westover Kim Wiley Carol Witt Ann Work Todd Yasin Vickie Zeiler Julie Zobel Chuck Zopfi f + t, "Zhi-X' V..V ,A,.v :,, , .. V.A,.: .i or W..- , V Vicky Jellison and Diane Moorehead pour over their studies! ww ss X + , N W NRG me Sgt I M1 W fi' N .. , 3 N Q if sg 4 4 sm M 4 i X i Qi: Q 2 gm A 2 X L. +5 A i it I -lk . .4 --"ww i Q WMM' W s......f1- X - Wi W fP1wwi....,,,,mN K L ., t .... . ,- , A ' 1 ,V V - ' H , i , i ' ., ' 1 f ' " - i ' 5- ' " Kathy Markle and Cheryl Bushrow do research in the library. Right: Dorrie Ernest makes a lovely model during a fashion show assembly. Juniors spent the year working hard to become efficient Seniors next year! With the empha- sis on Career education, they took courses that pre- pared them for the world of work. 52 gf . f ' we A WT, ' 1 5 1 fu . .gulf Mrs. Lenker helps Julie Westover with her typing. Brad Cummings ponders the words of fellow students. V Dan Eady and Rick Peter- son Iearn the mechanics of an engine in shop. Sophomores, more confident in their second year at ESHS, completed a busy and ex- citing year. Michelle DeFontes, class governor, provided the leadership necessary to plan the car washes, bake sales, chestnut sales, and other projects used to raise money for their class treasury. lVlr. Fred Sorkin, the class sponsor, offered guidance for the sophomore's activities. Sophomore class officers Michelle DeFontes-Governor, Janette Ebaugh-Senator, Tricia Thomas Secretary, Karen Padjen-Lt. Governor, Randy Ruis-Senator, Tod MacNaughton-Senator. Gail Adams Keith Adams Dave Allen Diana Armstrong Prudence Ashley Eric Atkenson Susan Avak Donna Bailey Brian Barnwell Nathan Barto Mike Beall Ken Bell Matt Bell Frank Benke Mark Berenger Jim Berggren Scott Birdsall Chris Booher David Borchert Bill Bottles Pam Briese John Brightwell Tammy Brookens Scott Brown Dave Bryant Suzette Burnett Keith Calvert Lisa Cameron Clay Campbell Tim Campbell Chip Cannon Debbie Carfora Wendy Carlson Martin Carrol Kirk Casler Mike Cason Donna Chabrajez Gene Chamberland Janice Chandler Ralph Chick Ron Christie Michele Clark Tom Clark Cathy Collings Beth Combs Susan Corallo Mike Cottriel Ken Craig Nancy Crawford Melinda Cumpsoi Dana Cu ndiff Larry Czipowski Rich Curia Rene Daly Shawn Daly Belynda Davis Gary Deeter Michele DeFonte: Susan Detrick Pat Dornblaser Bill Disosway . -22: wQi2,222'222,W5,,222 , .,,, 2 ,, .air 2 532, ' ail2?i222r225'z2Wggg fm'if3?iElXfQ9iQ?'l7l5??Q1xsr:1s ' K 3:5?Z92z2iw?l2vf:ewgei 1 W- we 'w1wsz4x22g1 ,N .,..,. 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X mu -W' Ja- 9 w e 3 , 2 seg SX F S sd 2 2 Af, E X H., 2 2 ,gjzz-:, ,,, 222: : gmgmaaimezasmgnse 222221 ,fs : 2 S5 , df. , f-N Wlzv , Q .. - 2 -yr. 1 L . , '2'-'A . " 2 ""' f:5f:f 2 i,.,. 2, ., , new W 4 " 221' wifi J S22 25 1 22 4 ' -P' is figs 5 22 22 2, 2 222 51222 +2 2 i EQ Ti i Richard Olliva ries displays his technique for papermache. 2 ,. 22,"222."2a'1' H ' we ff Q S4 22 , 2 22 Xa, 3 221 gg f QE , 2 K , 2 32 2 as 2 , gl Hia ' - 22 JI J ..., . . , 2 Q. 2 6. . 1 A -.ii 1 ll 2. , 'B ww. ' Sophomores have come a long way since last year. No longer picked on by upperclassmen as the young- est class on campus, they shifted their energies to producing an ex- cellent football team and a strong class. Sophomores met every Wednesday during lunch with Mr. Fred Sorkin, class advisor. They planned class projects and nominated Homecoming prince and prin- cess candidates and became concerned about school problems. Y 5 J Pl 57 Cary Dewolf Marjie Driskwell Janet Dyches Danny Dye Harold Dye Janette Ebaugh Jill Efflandt Bill Ellis Ken Faut Mike Fournor Richard Francen Suzanne Fuentes Roberta Gangawere Ron Giery Jorge Gigena Bonnie Gill Mike Gober Terry Goodman Kim Gozman Allison Graham Bill Green Bill Grovsner Joseph Gruff Theresa Hamblin Terry Hanes Fay Hardner Carl Heinrich Richie Heintz Steve Herbold Jan Higgins Francine Hignard The class of '75 provided something for everybody. They played football, sang in chorus, marched in band and participated in student activities. Being Sophomores was fun, but they looked forward to being Juniors next year. Karen Howell Mike Huber Dianne Hodges Diane Hunt Jeff lrmler Cindy lsitt Tim Jeck Mike Jessogne Glenn Johnson Kelly Johnson PCD' Kirk Johnson Brian Jones Don Jones Pattie Jones Dave Kapell Paul Karlbon Chris Kasseles Loni Kastler Eileen Kennedy Mike Kennedy Kathy Kelley Debbie Keller Karen Keit Keith Keenum Shari Kidd Kay Kommel Diana Kongable . Daien Knight Bill Knox Lori Kreth 58 X eil? Ely gg X 1 fi lfsijsfizzf 2 l N if I Joanne Hobe ' 1 , 1, f v Paul Holzworth ' ef ' . ..,,. I -. We s s Q may ' 5. SQ 4 , . fr t ,F , ' . X lx A 2 4- 2 wx We 'Q M K ,tx g:.:g,:,5:N age. - .-X 1 gferg Ag, ,A Ili: Q Michele DeFontes holds a discussion with fellow classmates. 1 'l Q 53 A X as 1 5 is i Karen Lake Karla Lake Joyce Laffoon John Landrum . a,..i.rLf www, if .. "L-k .:- rag. 3 if ,. - f ff' . P71 'L l 3 531 ' 213 gp Gregg Lappen Kirsten Larson Glenn Laubach David LeBlanc Bill Leggett Maureen Leslie Drake Letcher Peggy Linke Charlie Mack Karen Magee Carlos Marroquin Bob Mattews Kathy McAlear Terese McAllister Jamie McCann Cathy McCIay Sean McGarry Jeanne McGregor Mike McKinley Tod McNaughton Gail McNulty Robert Meredith John Metcalfe Laura Middleton Cara Mikulchik Cheri Miller Heidi Miller Kim Miller Paul Miller Laura Mittie Mike Monson Susan Morgan Noreen Moriarty Bob Motta ' Sharon Murphy Mike Myres Sherry Nagel Nieani Nelson Brenda Newman Liz Newman John Noel Susan Nusbaum Qian ' ifviliiiigg , , 1-fag' ,g 5,2 ,Le .3 x ,gf .5 . L , g ,frv5J.izlf12i'.'- :ey-H , . -lr--,ffm r A 4 r i lifes' E S? 'W X 1 i l .5 so in 2- wi wgif,gg15 fa.. g- . l 1, r 2 PCD Q sets su e X? gifs 3 ,xlmk 5 ,M XL K 5 fr Q in F Y-'vw x Q 'A' Q85 lex . Rx f QL X Wil Evelyn Oakleaf Tim Oberschelp Andy Oien Richard Ollivaries ' V22 is aa Y f l-" Y E tif? ' r iam f. 1 , 1512-.1 -si f' , , 60 Roberta Gangawere listens to a record in the media center t . 5. i The class of '75 entered ESHS last year bewildered and confused. This year they were more organized. Demonstrating good school spirit, the Sophomores participated in many activities, including homecoming, sports and clubs. Mr. Robert Bristlin, class counselor, helped them to plan schedules and solve problems. 61 Dave Orens Kathy Orlowski Karen Padjen Bill Palmer John Paterson Rick Pawlowski Kirk Pearson Frank Peterson Chris Pennington Dorrie Pierco Stan Poey Marsha Poole Wendy Popiel Maureen Porter Chris Powell Nancy Price Melanie Prosk Debi Pulfer Joe Purvis Julie Ramey Sandy Ramsay Jeanette Randall Dennis Reed Lauren Riggs Todorka Ristovski Darrell Roach John Robinson Peggy Ross Tom Rowson Ron Rozelle Randy Ruis Larry Salaz Teresa Sant Barbara Saylor Jane Schmidt Dawne Sexton Walter Shaffer Mike Shanks Bob Smith Kim Smith Christine Snow Scott Stacy Nina Stapleton Mike Steed Art Stenberg Nancy Stephens Casey Steirs John Stroh Lee Ava Strout Fred Sturm Mark Swice Renee Taylor Joan Thomas Kathie Thomas Tricia Thomas Mark Tracy Jack Triplette Loni Tydon Kerin Tyrrell Jeff Vachon Diana VanBuren Connie Vickery Barbara Vidmar Donald Wagley Ken Watson -of 6 Laura Yarger Irma Zu bio Mike Jessogne takes time out for a smile and a snapshot. "Colour My World", the Sophomores homecoming float. showed the strenuous labor which had gone into its creation. Governor Michele DeFontes guided the class expertly through this year of experimentation with high school activities. Day by day. the Sophomores have learned much and grown steadily into the responsi- bilities which they will face as upper- classmen this autumn. Joel Walker Julie Walker Rick Walker Robin Walker Erica Webster Carol Wheeler Craig Wheeler Tim Wheeler . Liesa wnirford 'fi t " Tom Williams e ,, . S l l Joe Willingham Tod Wilson Mark Wray Lynn Young Debora Yates Webst er defines Freshman as a beginner. From September on, Freshman began to get involved with life on campus. They bega in sports, student government, clubs, and classes: Mr. Loren Cutner, Freshman cou selor, helped them to plan their schedules and become adjusted to ESHS. They d covered new friends and a new life at ESHS. Upperclassmen, six different teach one school day, new classes and new faces made the year fun and exciting for F man. Coronation dance was their first taste of formal life in high school. They quickly becoming old hands at facing new experiences. SYS ,, ,fy If - - X. :es sf- if' ' slggxrt- lgggig ssh an ,At MQ' XJJXQ PS kgs? Ad?" Freshman Class Officers: Theresa Kassales-Senator, Barbara Stanley-Secretary, Moira Senator, Ron Jellison-Governor, Frank Cardone-Lt. Governor, Joe Efflandt-Senator. 64 UEYdgllL 'im Carrie Adams Garry Anderson Steve Armstrong Troy Atkeson Curtis Austin Nancy Avila Cheryl Bailey Chuck Baldwin Dirk Barrow Ingrid Baumgart Lynn Bell Tom Bell Michelle Bernard Bruce Binkley Melissa Blake Chris Bonn Dana Boschetto Danny Bowad Michael Bowden Scott Branam Steve Brankin Lennie Briese Sue Brown Bob Buckingham Shawn Burches Randy Cable Marie Campilii Frank Cardone Donnasue Carter Chuck Castle Cindy Ceravolo Laurie Chavez Mike Chichester Doug Clagg Dan Clark Doug Clarke Keith Cleary Sally Conklin Debbie Corallo Stella Cordova Scott Cormany Greg Crawford Cathy Creswell Golden Crews Mike Crook Susie Cummings David Daroff Mavis Davis Martin Dick Bruce Dickens Ricky Dicks Jeff Disbrow Tim Domann Kathie Doyle Dale Drummond Brian Duncan Consuelo Duran Desiree Durell Richard Duval Kurt Dypwick Brenda Edwards Joe Efflandt Bob Ellington Rick England Cristina Euler Mike Farr Nick Fontecchio Robin Ford Laura Foster Jenny Froelich I . 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Rick Orens wonders how difficult the next test will be, 67 Cameron Fyfe Maria Garcia Kelly Gardiner Sue Gaston Moira Geraghty Mark Geringer VincentGiangrande Laura Gill Suzanne Glickman Mike Glynn Greg Goeglein Melody Goodwin Katie Goss Don Graham Mike Graham Anne Gregory Frank Griffin Vikki Grounds Chuck Hall Rich Hartman Bonnie Harvey George Heintz Doug Heitkamp For Freshman, the agony of being underclassmen made it a long year. It meant waiting for everything: waiting in line for lunch, waiting to be excused from rallies and as- semblies, and waiting to be upperclassmen. Bob Helsom Renee Helsom Dan Hettinger Shane Hines Mag W - -. 9' 'i . . ,, "" L While Jamie McCann and Cindy Perkins focus in on Student Life Scott 'Ya i '- . I '4 'NY N ,it K H Q Q it ll l , 3, 2 Y '35 Duke Hingley Gerry Holman Robyn Hotchkiss Don Jellison Ron Jellison I if A. is Barbara Jensen ggi ,X Lynette Jensen Q, , 1 Beverly Jephcott 3' 'V time in Jaimwimenez .wie Stl it 1 W is Theresa Kassales J J if J er -:IIN 1 si i ' K gt! J' I i s .-,.N,,' J? ff gg f JM nisnc Susan Kerr Steve Kingsford J ' i Kathy Knight Y f L JL , Qu f gs Kay Kucera 'eff all ' ki' l K-Af' ' i ' Paula Lake Lori Lamay Tim Laster Pam Layne Laurie Legendre 68 H ' ' Branam contemplates the afternoon game I 5 X L xy, ttf N A :als .. 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Q ie-. . .W I N N .:,l,. Z. F A lg ' iiifii lv i " '- ' s T 2 K qw of K 1 - K tu.-Exim . 72 il is Li: Q a i sf X gs: Q:-Q ss . - .svriai st X i ' - weft. .X . T i - Og-its S gig - ?'ff1ig--N ,,-.ii . s sifitw K 1 -..-- i . - J .Neges 8: X 'si ff XX? 5 i sw X5 Six, sg he Terry Fulton has found happiness at ESHS. " . L '-iiSf?fiLI. A '. 'i N if: 9 fisxtfzaiziikp Y iiliif .1 . 1 txt E ig i K .. Wits ai 1' T fsslifiiszf - swift-1 -K 11-f -, - - Vi xx .W Lttt , ' il X J is si ffl? iiilsi'-.ifisfr Q, Q iiiii'i J . 'iii Q. ggggg: Q Af . .2 s sf- up jf i Q5 3 X New z 5 X M Q: s, ii tt , Q5 Q N s X is 'F I X . I is .X E ' 2 :-ilizfil ' ' .X Ns .mt U Q f :af , - 'Q , rv H ' -1 4 1 A ,gg 1: 5 Us f 5 T 1. Q E if iw Focusing on the future, Freshman contemplated their second year at ESHS with hope and happiness. They would be one step nearer to being upperclassmen - which didn't look so "high up" after all. They would be able to look condescendingly at next year's Freshman, and hopefully, they would become more involved in run- ning the campus. Beginning the year as neophytes and strangers, and ending it as old timers and friends, the class of '76 is on its way to being seniors. f X ,egg -1 : , .4 " . . Q , ,Vg wer . Q "-' sk .- A x . .y if : gy ,V J ,L at 31' 'L xt X 1. MS ,K 9' -4 Sq' we " Q 9 f Vw. , X . H 'f ' 'mi -it glee- nt m1539253 v 1 ,K ,avi-64" J . . , ff A .z .2 L5,t ,3K:,,3,. Y.-: we F - . fs .rf N , , , .W :gl -- 2 - . . 5 V Q, 'Q V -iv? W " we ' ' - " 5 sigh . - 2 -. '-" gzi- 7 .. .. . Y-:M .Q Hx X Q22 sf t , ,i . wg we W, L 1 ,. , .8 P ,J l. :JD f it . 4' y I -f if Q tt 'ff wil ' .1 T?-aw fb- .. ,Y de. .. .W . .,., . Mm, ,.., , 2 l g Q J Q., ,Si , an 'w lk rl' il' ll 'Q vi le 1 1 lil' 521- 1- .. 1 i ff l ri, J s was -54 'Vigil ..i,t 5 s gui S A f 35.5 it Q at , . r xt x 1 iwn f -my sg. V 3 ' ' 15 , xx ig Q EE' J rg. ei., g' GSM . . . -'iiirrmiidi' :' 1 3 , 4-,- me gl" Yi' ,,,. ,M V . .:,.. W ge A i A is .xr if 1 elf? K "" L ! it 'f' GG-4 we ei ' - Q 4 .A , I l ' I 3' lej 51 Z.. ,- i,, A A M ,N fr. ,, x tak, J .4 N., sie f 31 I The Freshman who didn't make it to the photographer are Brad Jeck, David Diers, Terry Fulton, Dan Robinson, Mike Runnings, Tom Blair, John Stocks, Tim Poor, Bob Cannon, Joe Binning, Mark Worthen, Jim Sauls, Joe Motta, Cindy Sims, Shelley Juedes, Joyce Nagel, Suzie Andrews, Nancy Wurzell, Anne Gregory, Katie Hester, Jean Dobrovolny, Teresa Hane, Shawn Burches, and Tammy Cummings. 73 Mike Westerson Alan Whitcomb Elizabeth Whitford Debbie Shitten June Wiitala Alan Wiley John Willingham Lori Wilson Jeanna Wood Greg Work Mark Worthen Steve Wray Jeff Zagray Russ Zeier Tom Zeiler f IVE X I ix Nts fx O 'Sag' fn AV! ,J T9 . 'Jah f, , 5"'Y '.o ef x Q ,. A 'fp ' Oh l J 1 k awp, The 1956 El Segundo High School Yearbook was dedicated to "Mom and Dad", a dedication which symbolizes the tradition of family life and loyalty which we learn from our parents. Home, school, and community teach the values of love, honor and service to God, and country, value which we cherish for a world of peace and understanding among all mankind. Among the graduates of '56 of El Segundo High School was a proud young man, Michael Scott Kerr. Following the motto inscribed above the doors of ESHS "Enter to learn, go forth for service", Michael gave of his time and of his life to serve his country by joing the United States Air Force. On January 16, 1967, Captain Kerr's Rf4C was downed over North Vietnam, and he was taken prisoner of war. Five years have passed, from dawn to dusk, from sunrise to sunset, and captain Kerr is still waiting for the day he can return home. We, the 1973 Golden Eagle Staff, in recognition and sincere apprecia- tion of his service and loyalty to his country, are proud to dedicate this page in our yearbook to Michael Scott Kerr. In keeping with this years theme of "Sunrise, Sunset", from the musical play, "Fiddler on the Roof", it is our hope that soon the full circle will have come to pass, and that he will once again join his family and friends at home. A yearbook never for- gets, and Captain Kerr is remembered. Coronation dance crowned the Homecoming King and Queen for 1972. Sponsored by the Golden Eagle Staff, the Coronation was held at Lococco's in Man- hattan Beach on November 2, 1972, from 8-12 P.M.The theme of "Colour lVly World" was car- ried out in the bids, decorations, and beautiful posters. The crowning of King, Lisle Randall and Queen, ldona Snow and the announcement of the Royal Court topped a magical night of fun and friendship. The music was provided by "Brown Eyes." Students danced all night long King Lisle Randall and Queen ldona Snow Sophomore Princess: Cheri Miller Senior Prince Tim Spees Sophomore Prince: Jim Berggren Senior Princess Mary Wilson Junior Princess: Carolyn Clarke Freshman Prince Ron Jellison Junior Prince: Scott Christensen Freshman Princess Golden Crews X King Leslie bestows the traditional kiss on Queen ldona. Last year's Queen M7 Everyone relaxed and the Royal Court had the floor all to themselves. Below: Paul Mills and his date. Joan Nlarkley, think, dancing is too tiring. wr if if , B 5 etty Young, hugs this year's Queen, ldona Snow. King Lisle Queen ldona E 5 ,Q l Homecoming week was fun and games. During lunch such activities as a tug of war con- test between classes and egg toss and 3-leg races took place. Greeting the Eagles and faculty that Friday morning, November 10, was Drill Team and the Eagles "Hall of Fame" in the Main Hall, Their spirit and the brust of blue and gold started Homecoming Day with a bang! Preceeding the rally was the Homecoming Parade down Main Street. Led by Grand Marshall, Fred Marsee, Mayor Les Balmer and Dr. Machisic, the parade in- cluded class floats, marching band, King Lisle Randall and Queen ldona Snow and their royal court, Drill Team and Pep Club. ln keep- ing with the theme, "Colour My World" the Freshman float was de- clared the winner for the Grand Prize 5550. Even the seasonal rains that night could not dampen the Spirit as the Eagles won 20-8 over Lawndale! A truly Royal Court Front: Queen ldona Snow, King Lisle Randall. 2nd Row: Princesses - Cheri Miller, Mary Wilson, Carolyn Clarke, Golden Crews, Back: Princes - Jim Berggren, Tim Spees, Scott Christensen. Ron Jellison. A R xk,':' ' -C i. N 1 T Qian-is 'N---H The 1972 Homecoming Court was headed by King and Queen Lisle Randall and ldona Snow rf f' ,4j.fff The class of 1973 proudly presents Senior Prince and Princess, Tim Spees and Mary Wilson. 7 Junior Prince Scott Christensen and Princess Carolyn Clarke. followed by the Junior float await the start of the homecoming parade u-na dab-rf .ami-G" .W .4 , Above: Sophomore Prince and Princess, Jim Berggren and Cherie Miller. Right: Since we could not catch the Freshman Prince and Princess, we capture their award-winning float. Below: Seniorsstruggle for victory in tug-of-war. ' , I tt ss Q News X T . 5 t 'RL X t x Q, gg V S551 f L I Q K - ,ig : g y i L ' , f kk i .gg W t. -Q 1 :f 1 :::- . . If "la 4 Above: Grand Marshall of Homecoming Fred Marsee with hlswlfe Below Band and Drill Team In annual parade Lg: , Lori Curtis is startled as she talks on the phone. ll . , L ,,.L . it i, 3 l s is , V ,'L' aw Q - v 4, V I I X ' W..m,,4 Wwmamim Q I ,, wg, M' W if xl. I all f , 1. fgi The football team kicked off the first rally of the year which was in their honor. Right: Lunch would not be the same for Rick Peterson and Dave Williams without the wall to sit on. uv" tak at E3 .it t f ras 4 g 7 sy A .lf i liii N' 7' . . ic iici i t .Sith dr Epsilon Sigma elected some new officers at the semester. Pictured here are Cindy Nlcllflilliang Scty. Char Lou Siminsong Hist. Joyce Jacobson. wr lm? W Grace Hammack made a touchdown as Mary Church and Phyllis l-lelvey tried to get Grace's flag before she made the touchdown line. The Juniors won the powder puff football game. Junior girls look forward to next year's game as defending champs. Q I law, , x Top Right-Mascot Ann Erlandson cleans up the mess Coach Kranski, Left-The Royal Court enjoy their dance Lori Curtis fLateJ GAA, Frosh Senator, JV cheerleader, lead in "Hello Dolly" Varsity cheerleader, A'CappeIla president, Junior Senator, Returnee from Edison High. Stage Band. Jerese is discouraged when lVlr. Kingston took a big bite outof her apple, A variety of assemblies added fun to the school year. Folk singer Steve Gillette sang some John Denver songs at the first assembly. The students were entertained by hypnotist Richard St. Charles as he put sev- eral of our students through some antics while under his spell. John Goddard, an annual favor- ite, took us through Thailand. While the girls watched the Simplicity Fashion Show, the boys were assembled by Ralph Alegria, a karate expert. Those who wished to attend the Chorus Concert did, which was after school. The audi- ence was small, but it was appreciative. "Oh no," thought Rick Smith, as he models apron at fashion show. "See what l am modeling," MegTomaszewski. said Above: Raise your hands like Wendy Carlson does. Right: Lisa Cameron and Donna Chabrajez played at the Fashion Show. 86 , ge!! Janet Ellis tells fellow members to get their knees up. Tony Mack eagerly helped out with this year's Dance Assem- bly. QQ and K yum . ug K X. .g, J W xr ,Nw K Y 88" Q -mme ww, NW F -Yu ' mum- - vkwf if The members of Police Science. Row 1: J.LaCognata, T.RandaII, G.Coles, R.Peterson, Row 2: P.Briese, M.Padjen, T.Sperry, T. Matchett, J.Durkos. Police Science is a class new to ESHS. Designed to familiarize the student with basic elements of criminal Justice System, particularly the police, PS class offers much for the students. It is not a vocational class or just for those who are considering a career in law enforcement. Rather, it is hoped that students will gain a better understanding of the police role as it applies to the broader scheme of social justice. Sgt. Dave Johnson and Sgt. Tim Grim- mond acted as program coordinators for the course. The class met every 5th period at the police station. Besides lectures and reading, stu- dents were required to participate in a ride along in a police unit during the semester. rf"'f'fii9 il ' PM-v-..-. 'I r'f3ti9'5??:?i?l5ff? 'lvo....,,n Above: Laurette Bowie finds French a subject of hard con- centration. Below: Cindy Isitt improves her reading skills in French. 'I-5'-Ji. Above: Bill Marron works hard to accomplish his Spanish work. Below: Brenda Newman takes time out in Latin class. ' fs. 1 Foreign Language students answer "Too much homework!" when asked to give an opinion of the foreign language classes. They enjoy the ability to speak and write in another language and to study the country's customs and cultures. But to achieve good grades, language students had a lot of homework. Tapes, records, and other audio-lingual tech- niques help to ease the pain a little, and most students found the speeches and dialogues entertaining and worthwhile. 89 "Audio-Visual" is now "Media Aide." The class encom- passes all the preparation and main- tenance as well as pick up and deliver audio-visual equipment. Students must have a desire to serve the school. They must have high citizenship rating and a recommendation from their counselor to become a M.A. Media Aides strive constantly to maintain a high degree of courtesy and quality in their duties. Duties of "Library Aides" include check- ing out materials such as books, maga- zines, records, and pamphlets to stu- dents and teachers. Aides are also re- sponsible for the shelving of these materials. They assist students in lo- cating materials and explain the usage of the audio-visual equipment. "Library Science" provides the college-bound students experience in the use of the library for reference and research. The course is also pre-vocational for stu- dents interested in pursuing a career in Librarianship. ,,.,.m... -Q Wax WY' Above: Listening to the tunes with the headphone -.naman s--we is Robin Walker. Right: Nancy Kirk waits on Carlos M Marroquin while Caryn Shoemaker fixes the 'W'--""""""""' machine. fi J Above The Media Aide students are kept busy checking ln and outthe equipment Below Library Andes used thenr time wusely shelf Ing the reference books. Below Left: Brian Gentry and Clyde Elliott make use of the recordmg room Right Tum Jeck uses the stencil cutter machune Q l X 41,236 ' N ,bfi ff' L55 st su' "" 1 Y' M fi wiv :iii gg Y ' 1 tai ,i 4' 5:3- Above: Mr. Woodsmall's class "gets it together" as they try to solve the math equation. Right: Tom Clark studys between classes to catch up on his math homework. S New Above: Faye Hardener shows individualist methods of concentration Right: Mr. Whittington relates an equation to Bonnie Harvey. Below: A "I don't think you understand, let me show you!" says Brenda Newman, 5,,,:,v: ,Q '- it sf? 92 r- 1 . .:::9'i'f1A-,,f 5 an ' V .. t .. 1 f f.,.g'iw K ,w i r 5 va W E gif fl L ,J :V we ,, ,A t ,B Q 'Q wr .hw azwszwf W8-In 7 in if 'ggz-53's E -- kg x Above Are you sure thats the right answer," says Brian Duncan. Left: Scott Branam and Cheryl Monson give a smile while doing their math. Above: Looking at the problem from every angle. Pat Rauda still can't figure it out. Left: Matt Thomas shows how wide awake he is when it comes to having his picture taken. Below: While waiting for the teach- ers help. Fred Retzlaff tackles the problem. W X -www-wrvwmsvmv "'ww.,,t well:-E .. X Math includes numbers, their relationships and func- tions. Freshman or students who are be- ginning math satisfy the one year of math requirement by taking Foundations of Math or beginning Algebra. Those stu- dents who plan to enter colleges or workin fields that require more math choose from Algebra ll, Trig., Geometry, or Math Analysis. Upperclassmen in these classes form the Math Club and compete with other schools in math competitions. Nlath has something for all levels of interest and ability. Above: Considering the sources, the Freshmen History class students take notes. Right: Ken Patterson, Rudi Linke and Rich Chabrajez, dis- cover how good the new history books are this year. Below: Rosemary Hare, Cara Bell and Loretta Honseler discuss the latest gossip around school. 5? 'x M MJ,-fa, Social Studies are required four years for graduation at ESHS. Freshman Studies is designed to help all Freshman to become properly oriented to high school life and to be con- cerned with family living and health. Soph- omores can elect World Humanities, com- bined World History and English, or World History. Juniors choose between Ameri- can Studies or American History and Sen- iors study Civics and the Social, Political and Economical systems of governments. Other electives include Behavioral Science and Psychology. All courses allow stu- 1 dents to follow areas of special interest to them and their lives. ,,,-1 it 1? rag, so ,,... sv: ... ...L .... ,. A . ., 'H Qf- i 5, 'Zw .X no ffmwtgw . 5 I K zx...isi" Above: Sophomores get involved in one of their favorite subjects, World History. Above This class gives a good demonstration of how the Freshmen study. Left: Election time finds stu- ai- ' '33 ""' ,.amg:5p Above: Mr. Dougherty's Family Life class find there are many hard problems to solve. Above Left: Nlr. Cummings American Studies class discuss the issues at hand, which seem quiet funny. Left: Mr. Stevenson seems to be sharing an interesting story with his class. 1 3 ' . 5 - Qt- t -. is -te-er to X 4 N fl ' ,b W' S, E a tgif-seg X A 1. .... 3 :EMA its Above: Students in history are enthused by the homework assignment, while Alan Walker is enthused by the photogra- pher. Business Education was individual development. The advancement of skills used in business was taught by Mrs. Ann Lenker, Mr. George Hall, and Mr. James Anderson. Their knowledge of the business world was eagerly accepted by the willing students. Right: Theresa Marquez makes an effort to concentrate in class. Below: Valarie Corbett performs a girls favorite passtime. . W,-s K S 1' k iffy A A 'ffpl K . l ggy ma, "f HQ 4,-ti f! liz? E- :e::saf "f:" it we 96 Above:Angela Cajiao gets to class early to capture a few min utes of relaxation. Left: Kathy Markle lets out a slgh as she picks up another book. 1. YN "fe K.. w a Wi -V .wx x X45 ll... , was .ao , ' -t r 2 n.,,. Nmwih - Www, . Q, L.: "i 'lt www nn. . ef. ,vw .lug 'fa X X Above: Sheri Anderson demonstrates what it's like to be a secretary. Left: Shorthand is no laughing matter says Mary Wilson. lv? asf zlfim, 5 . Above: Faye Lemon takes a letter ... Dear Roger. Below: Wendy Carlson can't keep her eye off our roaming photographer. tm 'S if an X sv: , is fi? it X S5 M -ag 2. Qi' K 3, 97 Science Department at ESHS offers courses to all stu- dents in grades 9-12 at several dif- ferent levels. One year of science is required for graduation, and either Earth Science or Life Science will fulfill this requirement. Earth Science uses the inquiry approach, and is a lab-science, taught mostly at the Freshman and Sophomore level. Life Science, another lab-inquiry course, is offered to students 9-12, but most students take it during their Freshman or Sophomore years. lt offers a minimum to all students and a maximum to the better stu- dents. Right: "Please let me study," says Becky Steg- man to the photographer. 3 .M ff""!ip' ll. 3 .... e 5 . ' Y 1' . Q. I 'V Above Left: Mike Bowen is in deep concentration while searching for the answer. Right: Mr. Harden keeps a watchful eye on Brad Clevenger to see that he does the experiment right. 98 RK ,f'Yi Y it K S F F i ri -Q Above: "On lab experiments the answer isn't always easy to find," says Carlos Nlarroquin and Tom Blair. I R Above: Tom Bell takes it easy while Joe Willing- ham studies in science. Left: Bill Cuthbertson gets a headache from studying too hard. Below: "l'm winning the race!" shouts Dan Hetenger to Bob Tobiasen an Physical Education is a totally elective program which gives students a choice each six weeks of the P.E. activity they would most like to take. Practically all of the classes are co-ed. Many life time activities are taught such as tennis, bad- minton, table tennis, archery, golf, weight training and figure control, social dance, volleyball, and fencing. Also in-season team and individual activities such as football, soccer, track and field, basketball, softball, and gymnastics are taught. 100 Above: Donna Bailey, Liesa Whitford and Becky Stegman show us the latest dance steps. d Joe Motta. V -t't iff A NF ,s.,,vs . mQ.W,- , .,, i sf--ff -J' .M-'V zxeim, if QT .. Fi Gig sign f.ts,gl ,sl . -wwf qv, w. 3 is 1. , ss .X " f ,Q 5 y -- Y- . .2717 1 'ww .R H+ 1' -if X X X0 3 . . . N. Q . X 24? Row 1: G.Wade, J.Southern, P.Tonnies, .l.Dobrovolny, B.Harvery, M. DeFontes, S.Neally, D.Cater, Z.Powell. Row 2: S.Kerr, N.Moriarty, D. Tidewell, G.McNulty, R.Walker, N.Petrovich, S.Burches, J.Siu. Row 3: K.Sundquist, S.Oberschelp, M.Bernard, J.Froelich, J.Nagel, L.Gill, L. Jensen, V.Grounds. Row 4: R.Vannatta, G.Adams, T.Hanes, P.Rauda. Beginning Girls' Chorus tried new methods and techniques of breathing exercises for strengthening and improving their voices. Performing for assemblies, Christmas concert, and festivals kept them busy singing all year. The girls wore long, yellow dresses for their public singing appearances. Miss Diane Simons, vocal music teacher, helped to keep the spirits and enthusiasm high for this group of young ladies who were embarking on their first step of musical groups at ESHS. Together they turned out some groovy tunes and fine singing. I --of ii? 4. E 1.1.x 1 5 f fir i m,,,,7g,,,,..---Y if v EH 102 E.Webster, J.Chandler, P.Linke, K.Howell, D.Knight, P.Jones, D.Bailey, L.Mackin, N.Price, L.Newman, N.Nelson, J.Laffoon, L.Young, L.lVlittie, M.Tomaszewski, K.Beaty, B.TayIor, L. Cameron, J.Ebough, D.Puffer, S.Kidd, M.Leslie, L.Middleton, B.Davis, K.Reardon, B.New' man, K.Burrowes, R.Gangawere. R.Fowler, R.Heintz, J.Stegman, P.Mills, M,Steveson, B.Sperb, S.Bartelt, S.Reed 103 Advanced Chorus girls already know how to sing. Some of them are trying to im- prove their voices so that they can get into Girls' Ensemble. Advanced Chorus is comprised of 10th and llth grade girls with the ability and desire to sing. Much credit goes to Miss Diane Simons, music director, for the beautiful results that come from the voices of all the music groups. Boys' Chorus, like every other chorus group, has good sound. Its members consists of boys from all grades with no previous voice training other than the class itself. They spend their class time work- ing on their voices and from the sound of it, their work is well worth it. if Q 5 ' giifff ii 1' ii iii 59212 'ii' ,E ,z-H' 7 i A f ggi g g, ,K Q' . Qflu 13 X s My r To 1 3 We .-' Miss Simons checks the day's plans, ri 99 Above Right: Kathy Bennet, Barb Turino, Jana Duvual, Jamie Shannon, Michele Duvual, Nita Ramsay, Cindy lsitt, Cindy Perkins, Karen Lutz, Tracey Aikins, Terry McMuIlin, Joy Stevens, Shari Martin, Carol Witt, Sherry Ping and Faye Lemon. Above: A'Cappella practice their daily O's. Pulsing with life, A'Cappella Choir and Girls' Ensemble brought music into the hearts of ESHS students. Music is in. lt's a fact that can't be disputed. Enjoy- ment comes in many forms. For some it's the excitement of sports but for many it's the harmony and tranquility of singing. The two top choirs overflowed with the sights and sounds of individuals blending together to form one tune. Miss Diane Simonsdirected. Above: Girls' Ensemble are sure to inhale a good breath. Left: A'Cap- pella takes time for a short rest between songs at their first perform- ZDCG. llCK Above: Judy Froelich, Caryn Shoemaker, Tony Mack, Lori Kreth, Vicki Dicks, Steve O'Neill, Bob Sperb, Valarie Groff, Patty Shanks, Rick Pawlowski, Dorrie Ernest, Pam Campbell, Bob Stapleton, Alex Konechy, Cindi McMillan, Tim Spees, Chris Braunagle, Florence Steffer, Marina Petrovich, Nancy Mason, Leslie Lowell, Jeff Jack, Karen Ramsay, Charla Sunquist, Kim Wiley, Val Vannata, Mike Trainer, Karen Dickens and Randy Warnock. 104 Stage Band provided our school with a variety of music ranging from soul sounds to jazz and classics. Under the direction of Mr. Richard Tash, Stage Band performed at an as- sembly and other school and community events. During second period, the classes in the East Wing were witness to the trials and tribulations of Stage Band practice! Colleen Kelly works hard to hit the right notes. Row 1: J.Thurgood, J.Noel, S.Stacy, J.Mackley, C.KelIy, J.Botting, Row 2: T.Flynn, C.Pinkston, R.McNaughton, T.McDonnell, P.Arnot, Row 3: K.Johnson, E.McDown, J.Campbell, J.Schuldt, P.Guy, G.Crighton, J.Bell. 105 Fine Arts Department offers an exciting program for the student who is interested in art or art apprecia- tion. ln all art classes the student is en- couraged to explore the many techniques, medias, and tools available to the artist. The student is given many opportunities to explore his creative potential, and he may also participate in a weekly studio workshop. The various art classes provide a foundation where the student may ex- plore a particular area which interests him. Above: Jerry Brumley and Paul Koppelman share a bit of laughter with the finished master piece. Below: Suzette Burnett and Nancy Mason draw to their hearts content. 106 A, ..... 9 ..,..- nv' C X ek Left: Kristen Larson and Lori Kastler pound with great patience. Below: ldona Snow gives Bill Ellis some assistance with his clay project. W , .gr t . 5 HMM? ia . . 5 S-aAn...'4Q. Left: Madelyn Cripe demonstrates her skill with the paint brush. Below: Richard Ollivares looks over his paper mache model with pride. ?1?41Qt1 WW? 1 W in fl fy! y, i 1' F g , if' 1 ,rs ge, '?"I Applied Arts allows a stillness and saunctuary to which you can retreat and be your- self. Arts encompassed five areas: Auto Shop, l-lomemaking, Drafting, Wood Shop, and Metal Shop. The arts were taught by Mr. Alan Carson, lVlrs. Nan Fisher, Mr. David Geringer, Mr. J.D. Smith, and lVlr. Clifford Wong. .-"W -s...,, I S.. ""h-Q... Right: Dirk Barrow demonstrates how to make a circle. U81 5? ST Eli S I Above: Bob Smith just can't figure it out. Left: "Let me see, what were those measurements," says Chris Zaengle. 108 Aw. .. 5-L ,gr - pf Above: Steve Brankin has deep thoughts in drafting. Upper Left: Auto shop tends to be messy Right: Rick Peterson and Daniel Eady? Bottom Left: John Landrum dreams about his great future in Metal. 11- I' 'N'-.,, Above: Jim Smith knows it's in there somewhere. Left: It should be ready by Christmas, Kirk Wolfsberger. Below: Joe Groff performs his daily routine. . Y? Y Q 1 i S f ,.-,. . fe ' f 533335 'r -. Q A x K K -- - . f' X UP? f ink , .... i f '55 animals :- .,., .... it - W2 .1 2 Q J A u K K M' n Y X 4 ii i 'N -fu. Q Kg... 109 Nu E Right: That's right Lee Ann McCanIies, stitch one, zig-zag two. Below: Carrie Smith Sew your dress, not your fingers. Home- making is a section of the Applied Arts that prepares young ladies for future work in the home. A E Above: June Wiitala thinks: l'll get it right this time. Left: Char Lou Simonson ...We must not burn our fingers! MN . as 'E' SEQ HO Yes? 36310 13... X , Q 1 eft Mrs Jones admires Kathy Pierson's sweater. Below: Kristi Carlson and Rhonda r have different ideas aboutMr. Petersons storys. 'H-rl . ' 9 X Q r 3 . : I w ig s : , .Q .i Above: Move your paper over just a little bit more Meryl Lagotta so Diane Sturm can see it. Below: C. McMil- lian and D. Kelly wonder what it's all about. . 4,651 .x ' than M u Y ,flirila ff' M' H. V 4, """i Above: Linda Warfield and Lou Ann Met- calf in deep concentration. Enghshz Communication is the bridge I built between individuals by ..,. '+,- . :ft gp reaching out to one another: y Wguiifyg touching and understanding. at . l' 'QQ Let us remember what we have 5 9 gr learned and let us learn what we remember. Encouraged by teachers and classmates who communicate. students sought a pragmatic approach to life. lll is XX t l E fx"f' M, ,W qvvimnlw -1 V. . V X f Above: Paula Lake takes time out for a short rest. Right: Rick Orens works busily on his speed reading. Above: Brad Cummings seems puzzled about his assignment. Right: "SmiIe! You're on candid camera," says Nathan Barto. Below: Ron Mel- ton waves a friendly hello in Junior English. Q 1 .wi 112 R Q-,f .ff . se wavy Above: Everybody in Mr. Duffy's class smiles including Ross Quast. Below: Tom Sperry explains the fundamentals in Speech. Left: Mark Wray .. . Study for the next test! Below: Jan Bell memorizes her lines for her next play. , 113 Southern California Regional Occupational Center provides vocational training for ESHS students. Classes range from automotive repair work to medical and dental assist- ing, welding, and others. Courses are designed to pro- vide students with "entry-level" skills in a job. Approximately 60 students from our high school participate in the SCROC program located in Tor- FENCE. Karen Purvis finds a friend while visiting SCROC. "This is how you do it," says Loretta Honselor to Cara Bell. On the SCROC tour, Kathy Markle winds up in a dental office Holly Pennington listens intently to what SCROC is all about. 114 . X . 1 v," -B if 0 GANIZATI N s-I jf ' X 'g,,,.-, A '21, . - ' .cf-A '.., ,WL ASB Officers: Debbie Landreth, treasurer, Cindy McMillan and Mary Wilson, Secretaries, Kathy Cummings, Vice- President, Diane McCauley, President. Women's Lib came to Student Government in the fall of 1972. For the first time, the elected ASB President was a girl, Diane McCauley. Meeting every day during fifth period, Student Government with Mr. R.Peterson, faculty advisor, decided on how the Student body money would be spent, what activities would be scheduled, and who would assume extra duties and responsibilities at games or events. They provided buses for away games and met with school administrators con- cerning students' rights, open campus and a free dress code. Dr. Harter, Superintendent of Schools, and Board Member, Mr. George Wiley, came to solicit stu- dent help in defeating Proposition 14. As usual, the Constitution was revised and a student handbook planned. Student Government helped fi- nance a pitching machine for the baseball team, kept the marque up-to-date, painted ticket booths, and provided many interesting assemblies for the student body. They also promoted Christmas spirit by putting up two trees and Santa Claus mobiles for the classes. Student Government works hard and long to achieve the best for El Segundo High School students. vest wrwibn bw me I 'mls - .- 5 W . e ..Qs,e m l gif gf? e . bl R. Nas. . jf is 1' nik I 3 . ff by Nha x 3 Vx i 5 Xxsfxmw 1 XXX X K wx WRX XNXXN ,, X XX NNW. x'N Xl A M iw Left: Mary Wilson gets caught blowing bubbles in Student Government. Below: Student Body Commis , sioners: Mike O'DelI-Sports, Kim Wiley-Inter School Relations, Kim Martin-Speaker of the House, Debby Cottriel-Assembl ies, Ken Ka rutz-Co ncessions. Q... x Q N M wr 'Q kk Wvwwwn ,dm-M we Y! s, .-Q-+""""q'm ,,...es1'f 'W ',..e.- M.. w xx Right: Cindy McMillan, ASB Secre- tary taking minutes. Below: Who could it be that everyone in Student Government is looking at with mean eyes? S , ies-5 .g.2..gxaw-we f Xp we 5 A N..-'qs ,J 1 1 Mr. Kingston makes sure the supervision for the next football game is set. Left: Mr. Peterson is interested in student affairs. A- t , N sf . ""'1s""' Us -2'-vw-'-X'-s-"-"S-"0 u" ' AH! S If QP T-SQ u Q QRS' law K3 'Q 0 G BY O H Q N Q ,?1iRw'xr5'llJS A gtg- H Q. C . . 1 ' - News ' t ,t 4 sit ,www tg ff at S, E M if 5.3 House of Representatives: J.CoIlings, K.Dickens, R.Mathews, P.Moore, C.ChamberIain, K.Kennedy, C.Schoenmeier.S.McKean, D.Efflandt, L.Newman, B.StapIeton, T.RandaIl, D.BotfeId, R.Warnock, B.EIIis, M.Roberts, C.Marquez, J.G1ickman, D.Puffer, T. Aikens. K.Woodward, K.MacIay, M.Cummings, L.MetcaIf, S.Braden, J,Gangawere, M.Tomaszewski, G.Chamberlain, A.Steinberg, S.PhilIips, K.Pierson, J.NagaI, L.Riggs, J.Thornas, L.McCanIies, B,BinkIey, H.Wenzel, T.VoIk, M.GIidewell, R.Scheu. G.Gigena, J. Dobrovolny, D.Hingley, E.McDown, B.EffIandt, G.Hammack, K.Wagnon, E.Jones-Secretary, K.Martin-Speaker, K.Purvis-Secretary. H9 F.H.A. known as Future Homemakers of America planned activities and projects that girls can use to provide better homes and family living for the future. ln addition, F.H.A. sent packages to service-men and gave a Sat- ' urday to ecology by picking up trash along Imperial Highway, activities that illustrate the new role of homemakers in America today. At the annual ban- quet in October, Gay Pendleton was installed as pres- ident. Field trips and Conventions added to the fun of F.H.A. Below: Kristie Carlson, Barbara Vidmar, Margie Hogan, Rhonda '-sc Dornblaser, Kathy Wagnon, Chris Sant, Gay Pendleton, Julie West- over, Janice Glickman, Monica Brady, Wendy Popiel, Linda Mac- kin, Theresa Sant, Susie Glickman. Right: Mrs. Nan Fisher, spon- sor, smiles with enthusiasm. Below: Wendy Popiel-Historian, Barbara Vidmar-Treasurer, Chris Sant-Vice Pres.-Activities, Gay Pendleton-Pres- ident, Julie Westover-Secretary, Theresa Sant-Publicity. if 4' 120 X : i I S Above: Shawn Burches displays her talent in water painting. Below: Ken Faut smiles intently at his progress, while Cathy Blair isn't so sure. Right: Evelyn Tsosie just doesn't know which piece goes next. R V. . Art Guild workshops are artistic enviornments which enable the student to create professional and original works of art. Field trips to mu- seums, galleries, beaches, and art col- leges help to produce a wider cultural environment for these students. Al- though small in number, this nucleus of the Art Department is big in spirit and group involvement. The sponsors, Mrs. Dodi Daoud, Mr. Dan Jeldum, and Mr. Philip Wood attribute greatly to the work of the students. Left: lst Row, Kristen Larsen, Debbie Arnot, Mary Batty, Stan Poey, Lyn Bell, Tim Poor 2nd Row, Kathy Beaty, Annette Johnson, Sue Mortieson, Linda Nelson, Chris Snow, 3rd Row, Su Booter- baugh, Monica Brady, Sue Motta, Val Groff, Lisa Cameron, Diane Kongable, Lori Kastler, 4th Row, Linda Warfield, Kathy Bryan, Tony Mack, Linda Briese, Belinda Davis, Mrs. Dodi Daoud, Mrs. Susan Elwood. Q What Pep Club does for spirit, they do for every sport at school. Rallies, skits, team favors, spirit signs and school spirit were in the hands of these 27 girls who made up the varsity cheerleaders, song leaders, flag twirlers, mascot, and jun- ior varsity cheerleaders. The Pep Club and Drill Team sponsored the first dance of the year, and have had bake sales to earn a little extra money. Students must try out in pre- liminary competition and get elected by the student body. Helping with the Pep Club is the sponsor, Mr. Robert Morris. Pep Club president is Idona Snow. Right: 'I ne 1972-73 Pep Club at their first rally. 'YB' Varsity Cheer Juanita Ramsey Glenda Pagett Idona Snow Jerese Milleville Vicki Jellison Mascot-Ann Erlandson 122 Qi.. X , "Hail to EI Segundo. 'fy H- r is i ff. '. 4 -nf' "-2,5 - Q .'-N .4. "M 1794-- ..-..,, ' , ,-'ar-In ml, A 's .- " x . ww... ,u Song Girls Barbara Turino Diane Moorehead Dori Ernest Tracey Aikens Meg Tomaszewski 123 . -Ili! r 'a+ 'fir ra,-f , Q. N 9? ' ur, ..-if an ,gf A , iv A-HM, f if Fkfgn ' V KT 7 , . , . Y! Above: Barbara Turino and Idona Snow cheer the team on. Right: Pep Club President Idona Snow greets football captains, Mike O'Dell and Tom Soto. .3 53 t -- V 555 1 5 X5 li. 'F t. f at Flagtwirlers Kristie Carlson Pam Ramey Rosemary Hare Karen Purvis Jamie Shannon Sheri Martin N 124 3359 ' ,, , 'S fs lffx 21 ,4 f a s ifflti'-ff F55 1. .-,-, i l 'r L 'nff fi ft ' If r r,,i',, f- if ,W X,-s,, at My 23 X I if i i i 1 K D-f"' -it it x' ,xt 1 5 E ix Ji H , t K 5 1-. 1 I Left: Nita Ramsey watches the game with great interest. Qu ' ix sz,-1 Above: Song girls Barbara Turino and Tracey Aikens take a break for lunch 'E lllll ,t p - ' k L' Nw 'Mi UM - asv 1,8049 lib ,Memes Wm we 454. "Wig te-"' ff ffl.. SIX? Fm- " LY' J.V. Cheerleaders Pat Rouda Janette Ebaugh Cheri Miller Michele DeFohtes Golden Crews Joyce Laffoon 125 A Drill Team created fun and spirit as 90 girls performed routines with Marching Band during half time at home football and basketball games. Drill team supports Pep S Club as a rooting section for all games. Girls peti- l tion and try out for positions each spring. 20 rank leaders and 4 colonels taught the routines to the other 64 members. Mr. Kingston Drill Team sponsor made sure the girls attended the games. Drill Team helped in sponsoring the first success- ful dance of the year. .. s Q . st. Colonels Leslie Lowell and Terri Schmutz. if null Q san. Rank Leaders Front: Florence Steffer, Linda Briese, Nancy Murphy, Kathy Cummings, Denise Efflandt. Back: Peggy Ray, Michele McClary, Carolyn Clark, Kim Wiley. Cara Bell. Below: Ginny Schaeffer, Lora Holcomb, and Vicki Dicks give the audience a smile. Right: The Drill Team gives the Victory sign. pu. N: -W-N we Q ew ....-ws S4 sa , It Front: M.Cumrnings, S.Ramsey, E.Webster, J.GIickman, K.HowelI, K.Ramsey, D.Dias, Back: A.TempIeton, D.Kassiris, M.Lagot- ta, M.Dobruck, B.DeFontes, L.Mackin, S.Nusbaum, J.Westover. The Drill Team rests after doing a routine to "Spanish Flea". Leni Tydon and Nita Weisenseel demonstrate howto raise a knee. M 'A' AAKL K Front: S.Kidd, P. ,X Briese, L.Bush, D. E S . T 5 N A ' Q 5 Q 2 . ,E S L. R QS X SAY Q 2 . F.. ,S . . ...t 'H I it f . S ew . my is I5 k,v Q 5 b , . . .. ,X 4 N 5 y , Q i 3 R ,- 5 . . . N . .gg ' X 'sf ' - - F 1 F ' -- K - P - r . . . 1 '- xt ,- in F. i tn, ' i . . v' Ze.:'fw?:a X -. - , - we .J it at V , . A A . , 4- 'ug f- . . , V Q,-' Y -, rj' f . M Y I 1 F ' FN -ef -X I N . 2 , .t v x , Q , -4561553 -1' F , gtgefgei, r S, F' s o X t .5 ,X . - diff,-1, t I 'fm M B K g "x'gil'. . W Mite X f F 'p ,fx xiii ,, it " ' K Ii ,f' K .f ig gf fgfy W X 'j Q1 'xx - 1"-Q 'S :wi sf 127 Puffer, C.Perkins, J. Saylor, D.Sturrn, Back: K.WaIIace, D. Kongable, C.More, S.Anderson, Nl.CIark C.Vickery L.Newman L.Hammaker. The DrilITeam shown in action. The four Colonels for this year are Lora Holcomb, Leslie Lowell, Terri Schmutz, Marina Petrovich. Right: Colonels Lora Holcomb and Marina Petrovich. .,,sffii5?f5?-2-. 2 gs A 1 li i .. K , S Si EE 43 E 5 . sr swf Ss -f1?:,g ,J Wi is it Rank Leaders Front: Virginia Schaeffer, Chris Johnson, Susan Phillips, Vicki Dicks, Katrina Hann. Back: Linda Warfield, Judy Froelich, Theresa Nlorris, Karen Howard, Julie Collings. 8 gf" "'Tfg.M"" "" " vi QQYAXM viwri' 9 Front: J.Duval. M.LesIie, L.Lucero, M.Wilson, C.Francis, T.Thomas, L.Honselor. Back: M.Cottriel, L.Bowie, D.Land- reth, K.Padjen, G.McNuIty, C.lsitt, L.Tydon, N.WeisenseI. Q Xu ,W A... gg x'1f1f 4. ,ha W -T +1-. Front: J.Hobe, B.Gill, D.Dickens, M.Bechard, S.IVlcKean, R.TayIor, B.Davis. Back: L.LesIie, S,Fuentas, S.Campue, G.Per1dIe-ton.D.Cottriel,.J.Hay0s,S.Dodgen,B.Brown. 129 Q, 5 fer w rw . . Q, 4 -ig, 1-., 'F ' -45 The Drill Team did a dance to the song "Tea for Two." .df ' iisffgfs Marching Band over 90 strong Cand with 10 extra uniforms and band jacketsj stressed precis- ion drill along with routines by Drill Team, Flag Girls, and for the first time, twirler, Cindy McMillan. Football half time shows included "We're Together", "Tea for Two", and "American Pie". Homecoming specials were "Try to Remember", "Fiddler on the Roof", "Those were the Days", and "Guaymas, Salute". The band performed at Pomona Fair, Lt. Col. Barnett Day, Christmas Parade, junior and senior high programs, fes- tivals and competition. For the first time a Parent Band Booster Club was organized to help plan and organize the trip to El Segundo Sister City, Guaymas, Mexico. Mr. Dick Tash, band instructor, was assisted by Drum Major, Roc McNaughton, and assistant major, Paul Arnot. Above: Roc NlcNaughton is leader of the band tonight. Right: Mr. Tash gives the band a few lessons. Band Leader, Mr. Tash shows sign of relief. ' , ""'T ' Q X If , ' . fee- WW '7z'WfA 9' l"1w'.. "'F" " '.t ..,.-........, Wil ,T ,Mt . ' Q ti. . . 3:51-' - Q s if - f' . .. 1 . sw.. . V t f 'xt te an if A T73 ri dh A -ffm F z I xl S W an 3 -1- 4 ' S v. 1 U A Ei " .aw 5.gr"'wv-an 38 l?'fVF'R,'575+Q f. Front: D.Botfeld, C.Miku, D.KeIIer, K.TyrreII, D.VanBuren, C.Schoenmeier. Back: J.Stiers, C.McLees, K.Milner, M.Prosk, L. Macintosh, P.AshIey. Below: T.TayIor, M.Holman, B.McCarty, K.Magee, J.BeII, J.Botting, E.Ken- nedy, P.Rodgerson, K.CoIIings, P.Romine, J.Jeck. Vs M. 'V ,......m........ f ,w i JA l f wa IS: fi W' -gl' Q 5 so VN K 4 , : ss-Eggs we iwW1f3"+ i 1 - -N2 . ., 344.gif 1 ' f- : of-1-fi 'ov.x,aa'-111.4 ana-Axis. . K A L pkwse QA . 5"-f -. Q. ---k wo .W all g - .W .:. X- .4 , L i A j 4.15, ,......,...k.,.l.......,.....,.M H M is 5 5 6 I .sl . SX . - . wx X 5 QR.. kk.X y , AA, M. xl an QMQ3 X f,"-..J,,L1.w if A. Front: B.EIIis, E.Cook, B.EIIington, B.Motta, K.Martin, D.Roberts, G.Work, D.Clark. Back: K.Reardon, R Randall, M.Cason, R.Chick, C.CampbelI, K.Johnson, K.Sundquist. Below: Front: J.Tl'1urgood, C.KeIly, C.Barton, G.Holman, L.Osonhower. Back: C. Sundquist, J.MarkIey, S.Randall, P.Arnot, J.NoeI, W.Shaffer. sn- , 132 f ff' V S4 4.21 y ,f ,qv xx X Q5 CQ JN -v -gy, . tw uw ,.. A Y N " , . ,,,v A 5 ik-, X" -gf' A ,.,,L',,W,-I . A ,RW1 , - 4 ! ' f' f . A -'-if ' Front: S.Poey, S.Avak, J.Ellis, K.Knight, S.HuII, N.Johnston, K.Thomas. Back: M.Murrav. J.Ran- dall, T.Avak, T.Brookens. C.Simonson, M.VanDrie, D.Pitney. Front: J.CoIlings, D.HingIey, S.Morgan, A.Wiley, J.Lacognata. Back: T.BeIl, B.Frye, T.McNaughton, T. McDonnell, L,RandaII, R.McNaughton, C.PoweII, C.Pinkston, C.Baldwin. -. A m1, 4 i we 35' ll!! U 7 gig, Q51 w LB' g 1 if 1: J 4 373 X 44 ,f i 5 Y X f A W-z....44 . 1 'Nr ,, "f'T! " M 1. 133 Golden Eagle kept track of what went on, when and where, during the 1972-73 school year. Emphasis was on individ- uals, activities and school life. Besides spon- soring the Homecoming Coronation Dance, annual staff sold ads and patrons in the com- munity to help finance a yearbook that will help you to remember the faces and places 20 years from now. Mrs. Kathryn Peterson, sponsor, saw that the staff got the job done on time! Debby Cottriel, editor, created the spirit needed to put out the 1973 Golden Eagle. 1 0 or NJ'-.2 . v 'ZA Irie- Debby Cottriel gives Sally Braden a hand on how to draw a layout , ...xxx X s X l Qt flaw, thy Front Row: Susan Phillips, Michele McClary, Peggy Ray. Middle Row: Brent Landreth, Ka Luthy, Lora Holcomb, Tina Watson, Judy Froelich, Debby Cottriel, Sally Braden. Back R Mike O'DeII, Ben Bogossian, Nancy Stephens, Ann Erlandson, Linda Leslie, Sandy Campbell Loree McElliott, Paul Mills. O Paul Mills and Judy Froelich concentrate on the annual. . , . t ..,,,, ,.,l: t .5 ,V , M., Peggy Ray explains layout designs to Kathy Luthy so her inside margins are consistent. Photographer Nancy gets her picture taken 135 Bay Eagle published a bi-monthly paper informing students of happenings and events on campus and off. A trip to interview Micki King, Olym- pic diving champion, and to the L.A. Times added interest to the paper and class. Special graduation issue was plan- ned by the group. Editor-in-chief Joyce Jacobsen and managing editor Kathy Cummings switched positions at the se- mester. Bay Eagle gave a complete and accurate coverage of sports, activities clubs and individual achievements at ESHS. Mrs. Pamela Holliday, sponsor, encouraged the staff to dig and search for informative and interesting stories and editorials. Right: Senoma Stuthard, the Bay Eagle cartoonist. Bay Eagle staff: Joyce Jacobsen, Kathy Cummings, Mrs. Holli- day, Alice Lytle, Shannon Helms, Kathy Pierson, Beverly Brown, Betsy Efflandt, Valerie Groff, Diane McCauley, Brian McNulty, Bill Frye. ,. 2 :fiC.a,,,"H V .......,,, . ,,.,. fini, ff za f H 'l l-i-J'fe3'i2fr' ,, lgwpwislg 1 , ,4w::..,J.:f,,., t if i-.. f.f,,.fiW-,f 5...z,W,W.. vita, F Y? fl Sl. 1' is 1 lg ii: ..,, ,. E , Above: Brian McNulty listens while Joyce Jacobsen gives her points of view. Left: "After all this work you mean I did it wrong?" says Shan- non Helms. . .W ,PTN Mt... r N-. - XX ma? Using :fi 5... fi Q NSW ' 1 1 '4 sf? ' 'o - N I-'r i ' "E . if -4,5 53: ,Q 'va . 0 .+. .f'..'4e uf Pai if in gas 4? -lg. i,,.'?"q. . , 'v . ,, ,, ' t. 0. :X 1 H 4 .N 'ff-. 11.1 -3 -at W Hill ' M 1 'A e Y ' ' . .f -:YQL 5' gr oh' 5542 ser ff' 2. iff' . 255 lf? 9, ezgw' 4' W' Q ' Left: Kathy Cummings is stunned by the suggestion made in Bay Eagle. Above: Alice Lytle works busily to make the dead line. esgllysf .Y 'cf - -.-N., ...'1 .X . .w .- Left: Kathy Pierson gives her eyes a rest while looking over material for a page. Above: Valerie Groff keeps her cool while deciding which layout to use. Left: Bill Frye, "Is the picture taken yet"? Above: The Bay Eagle sponsor, Mrs. Holliday, listens intently. Girls' League proved once again that their club is among the most active on campus. Starting in the fall with an orientation tea for Freshmen girls and girls new to ESHS. They continued throughout the year with a Homecoming spirit chain for the football team, Christmas can drive, Christmas door decorating contest, Valentine telegrams, Freshmen-Senior sister project, dances, Girls' week and other such activi- ties that added spirit and var- iety to the school year. Out- standing Senior girls were recognized and honored by the Club as "Girl of the Month" displays in the main hall show- case. Senoma Stuthard acted as president and Mrs. Des- midt, Mrs. Lenker, and Miss Dodd served as faculty spon- sors for this busy but excit- ingclub. Y-""" Girls' League officers: Pres-Senoma Stuthard, Treasurer-Diane Morehead, Historian-Cara Bell, Vice-Pres-Vickie Jellison, Sec-Laurette Bowie, Friendship- Loretta Honseler. iii, .QT f 'A Senior Re resenatives: Sue McKean, ldonna Snow, Lisa D Hamaker, Gay Pendleton. 138 Junior Represenatives: Susan Horst, Sandy Hull, Dorrie Ernest, Nita Ramsey. .-1' ,- tap, ...,.. 4 2 Xml 37' Sophomore Representatives: Jeanette Ebaugh, Beth Combs, Cheri Sponsors:Miss Dodd,Mrs.Lenker,and Mrs. DeSmidt Miller, Shelly DeFontes. . me .ex f ,n as vJgi 4-' Senoma Stuthard leads Girls' League Meeting Freshman Representatives: Debbie Montz, Theresa Romano, Deb- bie Pitney. Lucy Mclntosh 139 Activities sparked Key Club membership. Annual Slave Day with club sponsor, Kiwanis, ushers for Back to School night and other serv- ice projects for school and community made the club's objective, "To insure tomorrow through involvement with people today," a reality. Members met every Thursday during lunch with Mr. Bill Watkins, faculty advisor. Plans were made to attend state and national con- ventions. Susie Horst and ldona Snow were chosen as queens. Brian McNulty and Bill Frye lead the meetings. Mr. Watins, Ralph Chick, John LaCognada, Roc McNaughton, Don Coleman, Dave Bot feld, Bill Frye, out going Queen ldona Snow, Brian McNulty, Mike Roberts, Brad Cie venger, Paul Mills, Tim McDonald, Steve Moore, Clay Carol, Joe Styers. t . Q 1' -24 FQ . -f-at 5 Q, l Fig... Historia n-Tim McDonald, Vice President-Bill Frye, Queen-Susie Horst, Secreta ry-Roc McNaughton, President-Brian McNulty 140 Bl S3533 -Lau ' M ' wiki ' Denise Efflandt, Cindi McMillan, Colleen Kelly, Charla Sundquist, Lee Ann McCanIies, Leslie Lowell, Kristie Wallace, Joan Markely, Charlou Simonson, Janet Ellis, Nancy Chambers, Joyce Jacobsen, Gay Pendleton, Kristi Carlson, Lisa Hammaker, Linda Leslie, Linda VanBuren, Laura Carr, Sponsor, Miss Petty, Sue Campeau, Debbie Allen By serving others, Epsilon Sigma ful- filled its purpose as a service club to El Segundo High School and community. Hostessing at Back-to- School night, assisting at home football games, and typing for faculty achieved these goals. Plans were made to provide a Christ- mas party for the retarded children and to sponsor an activity for the Senior Cit- izens. Money making pro- jects to help finance these plans kept Epsilon Sigma busy and active for the year. Miss Petty offers some helpful advice ata meeting. E4 ' TMA S5455 ,. .A , .5 as ww, - , it 'lim Below: Joyce Jacobsen-historian and publicity, Kris Carlson-V.Pres. Valerie Groff-Pres. Joan Markley-Src. Denise Efflandt- treasurer. iz 1-s': if ii .M fi rt ' ...-1,21 K ii 1 Y i Xi X ,:, ki r K L, i fl X.. Three young ladies delightful and new, were brought to our campus for the 1972-73 school year by the American Field Service. The club meets every Tuesday at noon to plan such things as the annual pancake breakfast, bake sales, and the Dollars for Scholars March to help raise money to enable us to have exchange students. Faculty sponsor, Karen Shipley, worked with the students and community chapter to promote the ben- fits and goodwill of AFS. Next year's AFS finialists Cheryl Bushrow and Paul Mills. Front Row: L.Glynn, M.Brady, S.Campbell, J.Francois, P.Ashley, C.Bushrow, L.Lowell, S,Thomas, C.Witt, S.Motto, P.Mullen, P.Mills, K.Thomas, E.Jones. L.McCanlies, J.Witt, M.VanDrie, L.VanderByl, J.Tate, E.Cook, .l.Sui, C.Sund- quist, T.Brookens, J.Markley, C.Simonson, C.Kelly, K.Carlson, D.Ernest, J. Glickman, S.Martin, L.Hamaker, S.Hull, M.Cripe, R.Tomakane. M'lE7E'.'l-Wsw I HH F . rapid C' fy! My mtv. Lucy VanderByl, Janet Sui, and Rita Tomakane at their first rally. 142 hu., Nw. 'A 'vuuqhm The camera catches Lucy VanderByI as she is laughing. , f Fe? is , , Q i T i f fir- V, we 1 AFS Officers: Dorrie Ernest-Vice President, Jim Witt-President, Sandy Hull-Secretary, Lisa Hamaker and Evelyn Jones-Director of Activities. James Tate-Historian. visa.. D . 5 DP gn , 3 E fav" 4 4 ' f 'L A ' wi'-3i,'j L , ik, ,Y -.tx , ye., , ,ri " ' '-I ' E51 , . 4. 1 fi Between classes, Janet Sui and Lucy VanderByl discuss their stay in EI Segundo. . Q , , A i Q I 1 L ., ..-A E ' S M Ai Sponsor, Mrs. Shipley. 143 Club EspanoI's goal was one of cultural interest along with the international point of view of the Spanish speaking countries. Span- ish and South American speakers and films were used to further the knowledge and enjoyment of the Spanish language for the students. One activity followed another in ac- complishing these goals and object- ives. They held an annual clothing drive for the El Segundo Sister City, Guaymas, and the Foreign Language Awards Dessert in May which rounded out the successful and enjoyable year for Club Espanol. Miss Neva Hit- chcock and Mr. Frank Real, Spanish teachers, sponsored this active club. L st. Spanish Club: J.Swancara, J.Noel, M.Cason, R.McNaughton, B.Ellis, C.Marrequin, B.Wagg, G. Deets, T.Yason, D.Roach, B.Clevenger, Row 2: J.Sui, R.Fernandez, A.Cajiao, C.Bushrow, S.Horst, A.Work, N.Weisenseel, M.Cummings, J.Jacobsen, E.Jones, T.McNaughton, J.Schmidt, E.Glynn, J.Ellis. J.Francois, Row 3: J.Markley, C.Simonson, C.Kelly, V.Tweedie, T.Romano, l.Zubia, D. Diaz, G.Hammack, B.DeFontes, D.Efflandt, D.Landreth, M.DeFontes, S.Nusbaum, K.lVlcAlear, D.Keller, M,Prosk lf ifinkv s.."" ""'M Mr. Real, Spanish Club sponsor. Right Officers: D.Efflandt. S.Horst, K.Dickens, C.Simonson Latin Club known also as the Junior Classi- cal League is an organization participated in all over the state. . In spite of having only 13 mem- bers, the club undertook many projects throughout the year. One of the most successful was the clothing drive sponsored with Spanish Club. The strong leadership of president Tim Nic- Donnel and helpfulness of Miss Neva Hitchcock proved to be worthy of attaining a most suc- cessful year. X Latin Club: E.Cook, M.Fournier, D.Roberts, K.Thomas, B.Saylor, Row 2: B.Cuthbertson, P Ashley, D.Dick, R.Tomakane, Row 33 T.Brookens, B.Newman, T.McDonnel, S.Fuentes 144 y French Club members discovered the various viewpoints and cultures of the French and European countries by various activities planned just for this purpose. The club visi- ted French restaurants ---- in the Los Angeles area. They also attended the opera, "Carmen" at the Music Center and took a field trip to the Art Museum where they studied the works of many famous French artists. French teach- 3 er, Mrs. Beth Wolf, spon- . soredtheclub. . B 1 French Club: K.MiIner, S.Avak, K.Smith, J.Stiers, P.Holman, A.Konecny, K..lohnson, J.CoraIlo, L.Bowie, M.VanDrie, B.Bryan, J.CoIIings, Row 2: S.Murphy, K.Shaffer, M.Brady, S.Ping, E.Jones, M.Holman, C.Vickery, S.Dodgen, M.Clark, K.Wiley, C.Barton, S.Ramsey, D.Montz, C.Collings, K.Tyrell. Row 3: S.Glickman, K.Sundquist, G.HoIman, K.Knight, P.Konecny, L.Kovary, L.Newman, B.Brown, J.Hobe, C.Hanes, C.Sundquist, J. Southern, S.Gaston, L.Osnower, J.GIickman, T.Aikens, C.Isitt. Bottom Left: Miss Hitchcock-Latin Club sponsor. Right Officers: P.Ashley, T. McDonnell, K.Thomas. 1 A . ' sf - . its Mrs. Wolf-French Club sponsor. Left Of- ficers: S.Ramsey, L.Bowie, J.Corallo, C.Isitt ffnvvf ' f g- 5 V K SS. fffae-W' E v QQ x 'a , Orchesis stressed the development of balance, poise and a sense of ryhthm. Each girl is encouraged by sponsor, Mrs. Holmes, to demonstrate their feelings through motion. The skill of self-expression creates the purpose and accomplish- ment of each dance performed by Orchesis. Debbie Carfora practices dance positions for a dance to be performed at an assembly. Heather Mclntyre and Mary Batty perform to- gether in a duet. Heather Mclntyre and Mary Batty perform to- getherinaduet. ,e--iii A E7--f ,, 1 ,Z : z,, A. ,, ,rV U. 55-1 ' ,f if Vu-M--I lr' 3' than Lisa Cameron, Debbie Allen, Debbie Carfora, Charla Sundquist, Heather Mclntyre, Laura Mittie, Linda VanBuren Heather Mclntyre performs movements that express the idea of agony. Debbie Allen and Lisa Cameron explore special designs through dance. Debbie Allen, Lisa Cameron, Linda VanBuren. and Charla Sundquist form a star. 146 --1-amz 1-K ' - l 3 5 ,sl t Q . l i Row 1: M.Prosk, C.ColIings, K.Pierson, C.Martin, D.Montz, S.Hull, S.Gaston, D.Pitney, J.Schuldt, Row 2: P.Campbell, D.Oins, L.Lamay, M.HoIrnan, G.Hammack, K.McAlear, K.Kelly, E.Kennedy. L.BeIl. Row 3: N.Nelson, J.CoIIings, S.Morgan, K.Reardon, G.HoIman, C.Snow, J.McGregor. M. Geraghty, B.Newrnan, E.Bayes, K.Kommel, J.Schmidt, K.MiIner, M.DuvaI, Miss Bernlohr, L. Chavez, K.Wagnon iw. Miss Bernlohr gives the team a last pep-talk. Girls' Athletic Association enjoyed sports and friendship Wednesdays after school. They sold ice cream at home football games, had bake sales, and the annual dime-a-dip dinner to finance a scholarship for a senior G.A.A. girl. On October 25, they sponsored a volley- ball playday. Basketball, soft- ball, and a field day completed the four sport playdays that provided fun and competition amongthegirls ' V ' 4"' - " 'N K ' x ' X i ,H . t thas ,. Y, Q ffl 1-Qui. 1 - ,,.- ,s..Qo.3v3-.1 ., y i ' ' " ' L - " .,.. ,sqf-,, ARM W W . fjt.Qi:d : X' - ' v ia gg " " ,fr .. -. . -- ,. -1-1 .1 is-fi i':f-.-. t Q 55.5 f'- ffv-'-4f-mX,g+..skN 'ffk Qs,-fs,:gtf,'ZN'rg.,j. .1 f1f'f"fY'--f 'v'--41":.l'3f::"ff' 'Q Q" ' . 'I , i inw' ,ing f 'ffl' w'?"-Pav -.1i3'i-Lfl,5'fi'g.'f'f-Q A .sq L .-f itfngts-as - sf 1-gl .. yigg K--v-.-wr. '-" gghixx g-ji-. , Y X, V A 4. ,, :ws swift i'.i:7'f' -f if Ei "ne?SPfi. Jill Schuldt practices her kicks. Jeanne McGregor gets the ball away just in time. Left 4.1. A Officers: B.Newman, K.Milner, G.HoIman, J.ColIings, N, Nelson, K.KeIly, S.HuIl, B.Bernlohr. "A gg! .I .2 ,'VJf24: 3' .... 1' T ! s . . .5 . i wxwf' .-,- - --- "Q tux o its ' 5- av ' '- - ' jk.. ' if '4 Nuff- . f f w ,Q ' o - f .. 4' "-- ' A in q t N' A 5 1 Q ' v. so g.-4 1 Q, - , . - .dw-1... f -.g:.,E1.:fs1 ,Q 1 L- . .7 ' J -'JF' A'. '- -a I' 'J' 9 ' fu' ' -J" . ' ' ' . ' . is v "s"":- 'Q' - . """- - 'co toe' P 5.43 . 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Syst 1 ! Hr ' .' . 4 I H 'X rt ' f 1 'lui 3 21 Qc: 51' If-f ,lf f' . la' . 'tu ' E I W 2:- fi , y 4 4. W .5:. V .Y .-. lf" f,gfQ12P.A ' .P "-- . ':.v.z" .-.A-. '-"Iv V1 F' gk .'IE 4.1 The Varsity football team toppled to a 2-7 record this season and a fourth place finish in the Pioneer League. The second coaching change in three years hampered the Eagles early and key injuries to co-captain Tom Soto and all-league lineman Mike Sutherland hob- bled the team but they refused to quit as they nabbed two league victories includinga 20-8 home- coming romp over Lawndale. The Eagle defense led by Randy Grounds and Richard Smith showed E N brilliance in blanking St. Monica and shutting out E ii' it i a highly ranked Murphy team in the first half. On offense, Mike O'Dell and Tim Cargill ran well be- Sotofgresasmke behind fine blocking. hind the good line blocking of Dave Stoltenberg and Dennis Riggins. Phil Briese finds Lisle Randall open for a gain. Below: Co-captain Tom IML Mike O'Dell breaks a tackle against Mayfair. The scoreboard reflects the Eagles Homecoming effort. , Backs: Bill Palmer, Jim Buckingham, Tim Cargill, Mike O'Dell, Phil Briese. Row 2: Coach Hale, Harry Bell, Gail Schilling, Tom Soto, Jeff Hancock, Bill Riggs, Coach Bame, Coach Newell. 150 f- 6. . . f E' . X f fl X A h S . is fi ,. f Q .sg s tag. X X ' ' K, ,Eg Q 5 ..- f LM Centers and Guards: Bill Newman, Dan Eady, Richard Smith, Steve Bartelt, Jack Graff. ,S - L1 -B91 Row 2: Andy Carbon, Brian Smith, Mike Sutherland, Bob Stapleton, Brent Landreth. Coach Hale stresses fundamentals in practice. He' . mir, ,. ,- if--rw pm' . 1 I The Eagle defense, ready to strike against Murphy. sw ' """""l! Three Eagle defensemen, Jim Chavez, Mike Sutherland and Mike Briney watch the action with determined expressions. 151 is he , . WR., 53.12. , ff' ff f 0. 3 Eagle Scoreboard ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo EISegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo Leuzinger Norte Vista hAayfair Mira Costa St.Bernard St. Monica Daniel Murphy Lawndale Lennox ' 1 ve The Eagle linemen, quick and strong, fire out in a scrim- mage against Culver City. Co. Captain Mike O'DeIl leads a power sweep against Murphy. Below: Receivers: Clyde Elliot, Mark Weinstein, Alan Walker, Jeff Jack, Joe Newman, Row 2. Mark Devilbiss, Lisle Randall, Chuck Zopfi, Matt Mullins, Rick Smith. f '4-Ml is I K Q 6' .,, N I '. ' 1 ez' , ' am.-1 f I Tom Soto Ieadsthe El Segundo backfield. AW Wt .V X we V' The second defense takes over in win over Lawndale. Y pea-fQ""e.. 52342 152 rf' if 'S fi v'PQE.M-W LJ I I 4 K Tackles: Jim Chavez, Mike Briney, Terry Moncreif, Jim Thamann. Row 2: Tom Soto finds a passing lane through the Mur- Randy Grounds, Dennis Riggins, Dave Stoltenberg, Dave Tilford. phy defense. -Us nf Eagle playersxshow disappointmentaftera tough 'OSS' Richard Smith and Coach Cranski look angrily towards M y : r v ' the camera during the post game ceremony, Mike O'DelI returns a punt behind a fine picket of block End Alan Walker prepares to run a deep pattern. ers 'ncludmg Bob Stapleton' 153 The Sophomore Eagles turned in a championship performance equaling their Frosh Record of last year with 8 wins and 1 dubious loss. Its balanced offense was anchored by an outstanding line and polished by quick hitting backs and sure-handed receivers. Defense was the Sophomore's fullest suit. They began the season with 4 straight shut-outs and finished with a total of 6 in nine games. The Eagles composite score was 166 to 38. Awards: Tom Rowson Ken Craig ...George Gigena Rob Matthews MVP ...,..... Best Lineman ... BestBack ......... 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M... s., .. .32 -5- . emi Y gf, L ,,2g':f,3s,,,.g5X-mg-1.:iam 4,5 'Qgfiftpfsy,J-,fj1i.'3 .rV, xg Mfg- E-LQ . fp C .1 I if -1-it::ff4m?:Lm,.wz?3s The offensive line sets to punish a defense in a crucial play. - rg i -r Y sam: lfm-.es ff-.ii- -M., 5- .... Q- it K V i. My 4 X- im- iiliifiet Ray Shieu and Scott Brown lead a gang tackle. Right: Coach Felix sig- nals defense as Purvis and Coach Kerker talk strategy. r T 154 LA " 8 -' so ef SCHEDULE AND SCORES Leuzinger 6-0 Norte Vista 24-0 Mayfair 18-0 Mira Costa 8-0 St. Bernard 12-6 I St. Monica 30-0 X 'fs Daniel Murphy 44-16 Palmer gets a good snap from Greg Volk as the line for contact against Murphy. --'-- ,Wi 0 ef, sf?-it 5 ,Y .Tellig- fi News , ' PLAYERS OF THE GAMES Ken Craig OG, LB Greg Volk C, MG Tom Rowson TB, QB, WS Andy Oien FB, DE Jorge Gigena TB, SS Kirk Pearson DE Joe Purvis SE, DHB John Stroh FB, LB Keith Keenum T Scott Brown T QM -i Above: Tenacious hitting was the name of the game: Here Gigena applies the stick. Left Coach Felix and Captain Tom Rowson discuss strategy against St. Berna rds. Row 1: Mike Kennedy, Marty Johnson, Bill Leggett, Greg Lappen, Allison Graham, Joe Purvis, Jorge Gigena, Spots Adams, Jim Berg- gren, Gene Chamberland, Nathan Barto, Coach Tom Felix. Row 2: Tim Jeck, Matt Bell, Tom Clarke, George Crichton, Glenn Laugack, Gary Deeter, Tom Rowson, Jamie McCann, Terry Goodman, Ken 155 Faut, Bill Deal, Dave Neff, Madell Mclntyre, Dave Borchert. Row 3 Coach Brad Baier, Ken Craig, Ray Shieu, Kirk Johnson, Mark Swire Bill Disosway, Kirk Pearson, Dave Allen, Chris Wardrop, John Stroh Scott Brown, Frank Benke, John Brightwell, Joe Booterbaugh Rob Matthews, Andy Oien, Greg Volk, Coach Jim Kerker. The Frosh football team, lacking a potent offense, finished a disappointing season with a 1-8 record. Matched against tough competition, the Freshmen fought hard in every game gaining experience and desire with each performance. The Eagles were led on offense by Ron Jellison and Pat Platt, on defense by Tim Domann and Joe Efflandt. Other stand- out players, Bob Buckingham and Dirk Barrow, led Coach Stevenson's and Coach Sorkin's squad to a 8-O triumph over the Southern California Military Academy. Although the team did not have a successful record, they were successful in gaining experience and look forward to next year on the Sophomore Football Team. S T.Domann hopes to get under. Row 1: R.Cable, G.Rich, S.Wellfonder, M.Vinson, G.Crawford, T.Laster, K.Simmons, J.Stocks, T.Zeiler, R.Snow, M.Chi- chester. Row 2: Coach Stevenson, K.Melton, J.Martin, B.Buckingham, B.Helsom, L.Briese, T.Domann, D.Drummond, J.EffIandt, R.JelIison, R.Hartman, G.McClary. Row 1: S.Robley, K.Dypwyck, J.Summers, D.Clarke, M.Riggins, S.Hines, J.lmenez, T.Skriver, M.Glenn. Row 2: Coach Sorkin, P.Platt, T.Bell, N.Fontechio, S.Randall, D.Warmbrodt, D.Barrow, B.Cannon, S.Branam, T.Watson. Not Pictured S.Kingsford. 156 F gf' "" v 4-Q 1 K Us r" if :af ,tif ,f ' ' J' -'F :.rf:'.'4, - 'X' -,- A f - f 4, . "'g'l7'-' ' ' A" . . , t . . K, 6 as 1 ' Q :I any ff-,rr t A , W . v - - ar A A W 1 f ' 'I Q .Sv N , ,,f+..1. Jr i"' y .2 A ' 'cl I 'la 'Lg 9 kin' I J l- L.Briese, beginning of a long gain. 'H nfs V 2 " f , .. ,--wc-uuurquu J-U f- - , .f we at my . M LA. . V , '15 , www M ' fy 4 3- 1 M 1 ' '.'j33:??-0.1, Qi. .4 .. 4 I ,, 'N L . - K f' V . flwvx-4.1, ka K in , .., .,.N sf ' i-M.wm:zff:,1 1. . "' ' H xfeni 54'Wl'f'7.wm ww .4 . . , . My AHL ALC t ' , .A 1 , , I '15 vf s', -- .. 15215. -fffu '..,w ' 5 -.,. .' gs, . xx ", -ff-fm ,Q - T- ..'Y. 11 L . mu.. riff? N. 'Karr' 1:4-sa. ' vip: In t M ' SC "' 1 ,N N 4, Q", P' M 'A 4Q,'!4 I xr x' by ' . P . nf' ' -1 :L- . . , , - -if . ,Q - uly 1' -Q S J ' .6 . 1 3 f 1 - ct 1 ,sz-w?Ln..4 im X -,w-ww, www., .-diff. M ME? L5 ff- V f W.. 43371, if 4 1 -F' ' Q.. R W va. 5 1 Q x " 2 , I' Q .g s X uv . . K , ,Wy , . W 4 A 'S-fi' L if ' v 5, I x f ' i wr 1 s it J, 4 , ,, ,. 4 , ,J rg , N- 44' ,. 5 3 A 1 A ,ar 41.54-1f',t19ba' , ...ytm A . . " 'fb' Y ' .1 , . .. v --.WK .L 5.4 mr. "' ' -M. , ! - . u ',,1,., -QW' . . ft, '.y',.' . Above: Frosh waiting for play to resume. Left: A first down is made the hard way. it sat gi.. vw, ,,.,4 ,Q -r if vt - - - 1 -- -C 0 ,-,.,. .. vt .. Q 1 q 1 1 ' g 6 ul 1: 1 n-'s-1'1" v 12 Y I C ' Above: T.Domann sweeps to the right to gain important yardage. Bottom Left: R.JeIIison striving for yardage is assisted by S.Branam. 157 . .,t,,.,,.a,.x. 1972 Varsity Water Polo had a rather disappointing season. Their record was one of eight wins and twelve losses. Many of the losses are accounted for because the team was plagued by injuries all year. The season did have its bright spots, however, as the team placed 4th in the Inglewood Tourney. Captain Brian Mc- Nulty scored on 94 out of 194 attempts and was selected to an All-League lst Team position. Sen- ior Steve Mohr was among those selected to the All-League 2nd Team as was Sophomore Eric Atkeson. An unusual occurence for an El Segundo team, this year they did not go to C.l.F., but Water Polo enthusiasts can expect a much stronger team in 1973, for seven members will have had Varsity experience. . f- . S ,.... ww Jay Fortman readies himself to pass or fire a goal S! f - Varsity Water Polo Team-Row 1: Tim Randall, Steve Mohr, Eric Akeson, Rod Randall. Row 2 Frank Kielnecker, Ben Brookens, Brian McNulty, Jay Fortman. ,gint as rs K Q . ' K ,Ek at X 45" A mi Xa 'X 5, sa? Steve Mohr gets splashed while attempting to pass the ball. The varsity team gets prepared for a big game. ,g saws as t yr x gl' r 'U 5 xigfltia-Jg ,'kRX.gQ" t. a.l ,Q tb", t li'-4 2 Y w it XX 3 ' J F ., 'S its if t so Qi t .A p k -in A 'XS 't fi - FI? i ' ' e 72" es-to Coach Saari talks about the game to goalie Eric Atkeson. Jay Fortman and Steve Mohr wait to be inserted in the game. 159 1972 J.V. Water Polo had an up and down season this year, their record was seven wins and five losses. The J.V.s had an erratic number of members because the Varsity Water Polo team kept having injuries and pulling up different J.V. players. When this happened it prevented the J.V. team from molding together and forming a stronger team. J.V. regulars, Ben Bo- gossian, Rick Peterson, and Kirk Wolfsburger end- ed up carrying most of the load for the team. The J.V. coach, Mr. Brewer, along with Water Polo fans hope to see stronger J.V. teams in the future. Striving for perfection is common for El Segundo Water Polo. J.V. Water Polo Row 1 Chip Cannon Kirk Wolfsberger Jon Linn Row 2 Ben Bogossian Larry Salaz Casimir Pulaski Rick Peterson Q1 Ii ,g., x Aww 3:f'iQ ,LQ ui . MQ, 2 . X A32 i A Wi?-vi" Q --vw ww -mwgw M, M NH. , L L, .mx , F. K 4. oq,.,71f'V-va' Q ' ,.5' .'ij'-r - 5 ' .ei "my f',j.,"','?fieFPE, , .fjdf ii f , .e l 5, A J h :rf fr ii 2-'ef - -as K v . 4. 'V ,- - 1 V, ' ',"1-it V if-ji ' g fl .Q r , 4 I 5 ABQ" ,w' .-lf, 7 -AA .f pJf. , L , 7 t .. A, , . 5 V 4 fl'-y.,?',, - .L T . 4 I Q., . f. . ,. - , I -, M tv ... h AX.. if 1- . ' 9 u- '. 4 , l a' ,. V lf.. .5 'lk 'o J r jg ' ..,',,4 l ' i 'K' J ' X' . 1 . ,,., , -. ., - 'wen , f , h, ",L. f Q V' ' if '9 h is . Z ' , diffs ' ,g5g1gfl14g 24 . T la"7'l " . 4. fa? Hz+1f l. .:.rwils:g .mmf Ziegler, Miller and Chabrajez eye the course ahead. Varsity Cross Country this year had the best year in the history of the school. They placed 5th in the Long Beach Invitational in their first outing. Captain, Scott Ziegler then led the team to five consecutive wins, all of which he fin- ished first. The team ended the season with an 8 win 2 loss record. In the sixth meet they had their first loss to St. Monica by only 13 points, but then came back to beat them badly in league finals. The team placed a close second behind powerful St. Bernards in league, enabling them to go to ClF. During the year, Ziegler earned the second best on ESHS's all time list. Xavier Miller earned fifth on the all time list and Frosh runner Jerry Martin turned the fastest time ever for a freshman at El Segundo. Ziegler was awarded the Most Valuable Runner Award and Miller received the Most Improved Runner. The JV Cross Country team turned in a 7-3 record to tie the JV best. Throughout the year, run- ners like John Lawrence, Richard Ollivares, Jerry Martin, and Rudi Linke gave the JVs strength. Martin, a Frosh, received the JV Most Valuable Runner Award. Varsity Cross Country: Mitch Ward, Glen Coles, Rich Chabrajez, Mike Roberts, Coach Crystal, Scott Ziegler, Xavier Miller Peter Camp bell, Rudi Linke 163 -52,4 , Flag ' v 1 I ? U Members of the varsity team at the Cross Country picnic at Coach Crystai's house. i .' i Q , Q Wimiii EL . A 'S'-z I . "' -i'.-2'-.'-,L-Miiif: " fiwikfl 1- izsffv . s 5 in 3 t il H- 'K 4. X: , ,,-... 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Nav M L U 1 F ' in H' x W1 5' .1 ,r N. i Y-4. fn .4 W X- 1:9141 JV Cross Country: D.HingIey, S.Cormony, B.Jones, J.Lawrence, J.Martin, P.Rutz, C.Austin, D.Graham, P.Glynn, D.McIntyre, T.Matchett, T.BIair, D.Heitkamp, E.Reynoso, R.Ollivares Coach Crystal, C.Stevenson, J. Higgens. J Q--q-f-fc Y ,i . W rv 3 e-.few C +C'- 'i J iris M wg time -.sf if -n2""' C .1 wx if ,. Q if X C 5 Above: Coach Crystal gives the JV team a pep talk. Left: A group of JVs warm up before a practice session. 165 -v',,,1h,.... 1972 Varsity Wrestling Team, hampered by inexperience, was looking towards the future instead of the present. With only two returning Iettermen the team lost many duo meets this season. Throughout the season, Grapplers were led by Bill Frye who won seven straight matches at the start of the season. Jorge Gigena also had a fine start winning six of eight in two months. Jon Curia returned to defend his League Championship by also winning six of eight. Later Curia was the only Eagle to enter C.l.F. A new member to be successful was Pete Campbell who had a three and three record at the midpoint. Viewing the fact that the Eagles lose only one member, the future looks promising. Next year you will see familiar faces and an improved season due to the experience they have ac- quired. With strength and agility Pete Campbell maneuvers his opponent so he can work for a pin. 166 Top: Team Captain Bill Frye and Coach Felix watch a match intently. Bottom: Jon Curia is again the victor in a duo meet. .5 Wrestler Jorge Gigena shows poise after a hard fought match. 1973 Varsity Wrestling Team. Back Row: Coach Whittington, Argel Almaguer, Jorge Gigena, Paul Guy, Pete Campbell, Jon Curia, Doug Mclntyre, Roy Salaz. Front Row: Bill Frye, Dale Drummond, Harold Dye, Dave Neff, Earnie Reynoso. 1 Competing at 133 lbs. Earnie Reynoso works for take down against his opponent in preparation for League finals. 167 The Junior Varsity Wrestling Team, led by Scott Brown and Paul Guy, gained not much more than the experience they needed this season. Brown sparked the team by going un- defeated in pre-League competition. Paul Guy supplied the inspiration when the J.V. Eagles were disheartened. Guy competed at 157 lbs. Danny Dye col- lected some key victories when losses plagued almost every member of the team. at i ., 4. , JV. Wrestling Team, Back Row: Danny Dye, Mark Swire, David Borchert, Marty Johnson, Shane Hines, Alan Whitcomb. Front Row: Scott Brown, Joe Groff, Glenn Laubach, Edwin McDown. Top: Kyle Richardson gains points on his opponent by completing a move. Bottom: Mark Swire gets ready for a take down. down. Wrestler Paul Guy, who wrestled varsity and JV, seconds before he completed a perfect take- Jon Curia concentrates on his opponent before making an attempt at a take down in League competition. 169 Harold Dye squirms away from an opponent an Shane Hines completes a move. The Varsity Eagles had the nucleus of being one of the top Basketball teams in the 3A division of CIF as coach Joe Hern greeted a host of outstanding players at the start of the season. These included last year's MVP Dave Long, Senior forward Craig Cleary and standout Junior Sam Shriver. Unfortunately, key injuries to Shriver and guard Eric Tidwell hindered the Eagles attempt at a CIF berth as they fell to a fourth place finish in the Pioneer League. Bright spots for the Eagles this year included Dave Long's record breaking 50 point ex- plosion against Lennox and Craig Cleary's 20 point and 24 rebound effort against St. Bernard. Bruce Binkley springs high in an effort to control the tip. 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X S' I A B - 5 Sl sw Q 1 S ,A : LE-: :.,l:s:,s, . ggi A at -r 1 A Co-Captain Dave Long led the Eagles in with a 23.4 average. scoring this i l l Q i E s l SeaSOI'l Coach Saikley, Keith Wolfsberger, Tom Soto, Dave Long, Sam Shriver, Bruce Binkley, Craig Cleary, Hugh Kelly, Eric Tidwell, Jeff Hancock, Matt Stewart, Coach Hern. 170 . E wan-nuff? ,. 3' K Fr, ,W f,' N.. An adept passer, shooter, and dribbler, Dave Long shows all-League form as he smoothly connects for a Sam Shriver has all the tools. bucket from outside. . .i 3 Q 'i" ::-, iiiwk - , ,:,. ts. ,"'-' W X 5 1 .WBA x -is if - fig s f Q .:-,. ":E if is K x . . KN SSX ,1"' f ,if ,.,,' , I .ft . ..., ff'-, , , ., K . fs ,...', gs ., ,. , K , , I A A "' ll. Left: Long scores easily over Bernard defenders as Matt Stewart and Craig Cleary scope in on the action. Above: Matt Stewart often sparked the Eagles with his hustle and attitude. 171 El Segundo Leuzinger 74 El Segundo Glenn 69 EI Segundo Redondo 86 El Segundo South 83 El Segundo Burroughs 64 El Segundo Canyon 57 ElSegundo Culver City 37 'El Segundo Miraleste 62 El Segundo Rendondo 75 El Segundo Lynwood 53 El Segundo Aviation 34 EI Segundo Miraleste 62 iiEl Segundo St. Bernards 58 EI Segundo Culver City 73 iiEl Segundo St. Monica 51 :FEI Segundo Lawndale 57 El Segundo Aviation 76 Wil Segundo Lennox 77 t'El Segundo Murphy 120 tEl Segundo St. Bernards 77 iiEl Segundo St. Monica 61 iiEl Segundo Lawndale 52 iiEl Segundo 94 Lennox 77 tEI Segundo 48 Murphy 76 tDenotes League Games Looking for an opening in the defense, Dave Long Yo-Yo's the dribble, gives a headfake and gets set to drive. 172 5.s7' ' JW ABOVE: With fantastic moves, Tom Soto always kept the opponents off balance and vulnerable for attack. BELOW: Guard Matt Stewart bounces a pass inside. MAQIXA V Q, ., X' All alone, Craig Cleary goes way up to release a shot from the corner against Lennox. The Junior Varsity Basketball team under the fine instruction of Coach Saikley finished the Pioneer League season with a 6-4 record. The J.V.'s were led by Junior center Dennis Riggins and Sophomore Mike Shanks as they gained valuable experience from playing against some of the South Bay's finest teams. Hard fought, aggressive basketball was the forte of the Eagles as they often dominated the rebounding in their games. Sophomore guards Joe Purvis and Ken Craig sparked the team with hustle, and led the J.V.'s to a lopsided 102 to 56 belt- ing of St. Monica. The Junior Varsity improved with each encounter and will supply the Varsity with skillful players in the very near future. Concentration shows on the face of Dennis Riggins as he hits a free throw while Chuck Zopfi watches. Right: A hard nosed competitor, Brian Smith muscles a shot up in a crowd. l74 Using his height and agility, Mike Shanks developed into a in timidating forle for the Junior Varsity roundballers. 5 f Ken Craig demands the ball as he finds an open spot while Chris Barton moves for position. Right: Matt Mullins passes crisply. Mike Shanks hustles to keep the ball in bounds. Right: Chris Barton, Tim Cargill, Brain Smith, Chuck Zopfi, Dennis Riggins, Fred Retzlaff, Mike Shanks, Matt Mullins, Ken Craig, Joe Purvis, Coach Saikley. , 175 N . ,511 , mit ag: Q figs 191- ' Se ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo ElSegundo Lynwood 42 Redondo 73 Morningside 104 Aniation 31 Inglewood 68 Miraleste 51 St.Bernard 46 CuNerCHy 51 St. Monica 56 Lawndam 44 Avmhon q60 Lennox 26 Murphy 64 St.Bernard 35 St. Monica 65 Lawndam 44 Lennox 45 Murphy 68 Loni Tydon practices at the . free throw line. Sophomore Basketball finished in 4th place in the League with 5 wins and 5 losses. Darrell Roach was the leading scorer with a season average of 18.2 pts. Leading rebounder was Dave Allen with 186. Captain Jim Berggren was second rebounder with 162. The team won League games from St. Monica 125, Lennox 425, and Murphy CU. At the start of the season, the team was having some difficulties winning games, as shown by their record of 3 wins and 11 losses. Taking the team in hand, Coach Woodsmall welded them into a better playing unit by the time League play began. As the coach said, "That's when it counts." . :fee-gig Q f. HZ it '-,L K he ':-.-f . '.'-, .-.' me igssgiitfw f i Wiki A 553' 515 is 52 1 25,4 if gizirifi hw 'UW Bill Disosway attempts to receive, Dave Allen blocks. fu rs . RA, 149' awcit-N-Nl" 55" Dave Allen participates in jump off hnwwu' R.. .QE X i, ,,: ,.-. s new as :.: -f-: v ase: i " f tr. 'K A ssgsfaffsef ' sN""" i"ic'i wf"i""' ""'i c'Mf'Mi' S X gigs' is ss s sets ss, .fsg v ti age :,.f K -- ig' , 1 -' fi 2' I A W I if if " fi 1 ...W 1 'f , f-. 5 . ser i in E i..e ?fL?iz.fi A sa il: it iv5 f 1 fefS's-. 15-isles'-S 5 Q Q. E ii: 5 'S lie? 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U i .kk.5 5. .::. ..',. .:h, 'V EMS: ..:V .QM ,K ykf. .:.:k,, ki. ,K A . ..s., si.s is o s Back Row: R.Chick, J.McCann, M.Huber, B.Grosvenor, D.Orens, D.AIIen, C.Wardrop Coach Woodsmall. Front Row: T.Goodman, J.OberscheIp, J.Berggren, M.BelI, L.Tydon. I76 M.McKinley, B.Disosway, D.Roach, .. ' ,..,,. - 1 xp- t ,fv- V ,sw-rf' y f f gi Q :.2. 333: 1-seas fy .:., K ff I - 7 . f- . ,Y X -1-.iff f Zi'?5.1:' pf' gg Q wt V, W ' . , 3. 'Y 5' . r . ' - . Q- nf- Q X t -s:.-rp,-f.s:-nge vp- W -my F N X 5 XQNSYS 1 up 4- X Nt 3 e k kk R Q. 5 r xx ggi? Y Ria X Q ,Z . 6 e g? gtg 5 X5 sg R 5 tg ss I it X . Q N, 5 Q F ,ies t JSE, XM X x . rsiiff, r f lifffli -i ,si "bit fy fig ' KN A . . . M W X N Above: A tempted pass by Bob McCarthy to put 2 on the board. Right: Ron Jellison tries for an Eagle bas- ket, i 2 l K f The Freshman Basketball team ended the season with 21 wins and 4 losses, and a 8-2 Pioneer League record. Outstanding players were Captain Frank Cardone, Ron Jellison, Tim Do- mann and Scott Branam. Coached by Bill Rayl, the team promises to be potential varsity ma- terial. Above: Greg Rich, Tom Zeiler, Frank Cardone, Ron Jellison, Martin Dick, Scott Braham, Bob Buckingham, Tim Domann, Jerry Martin. Rick Snow, Bob McCarthy. Above: Eagles retire after a Lawndale victory of 43-39. Right: Scott Branam jumps higherto controlthe tip. 177 4. . as-2' The Girls' Varsity Volleyball Team seemed destined to be stopped at 2nd: 2nd place Pioneer Leauge and 2nd round of the C.l.F. Tourna- ment. Utilizing the conventional 4-2 offense, the girls easily won their four pre-season matches, the only competition coming from Miraleste. Then the team faltered in its first league match against eventual Pioneer League Champion and C.l.F. runner up, Bishop Montgomery, even though El Segundo easily won the second game of the match, 15-3. Thereafter the team settled on a 5-1 offense with the lone setter Captain Cheryl Martin doing a fine job setting and on defense as well as leading the team in scoring 91 points on her serves. Offensive punch was provided by the spiking of Debby Cottriel, Debbie Landreth, and Kathy Pierson. Every- one played fine defense with good off-the-net coverage and backline digging as well as fine blocking by Debby Cottriel and Debbie Landreth. Only inconsistency in serving, setting and serve reception were the eventual downfall of the team in pressure spots such as the heartbreak loss to Miraleste in C.l.F., 16-14 inthe deciding game. The "B" Team had a fine 4-2-1 season record led by Co- Captain Jeanie Collings and Gerry Holman, hitters Lori La- May and Denise Oien, and setters Daien Knight and Debbie Montz. xv'-M'-'-gg Coach Bernlohr showed patience during the season bringing her "A" team to iil, N113 -- A le 2, -31' Varsity Row 1: K,Wagnon, J.Manocchio, C.Martin, D.Cottriel. Row 2: K.Magee, C.Collings, J.Hobe, K.Pierson. Row 3: G.Hammack, M. Holman, Coach Bernlohr, B.Newman. Scorekeepers: Upper Left: C.Snow, Upper Right: M.Duval. Not Pictured, D.Landreth. 178 "B" Team Row 1: D.Pitney. L.La may, D.Montz, K.Padjen, S.Nagel Row 2: R.HeIsom, J.CoIIings, D Oien, C.Thomas. Back: Scorekeep er, S.Morgan. dfthbIkBI B Viwwz y or e oc e ow Newman serves mth Coach Bernlohr guvesa pep talk before the game. With a combination 4 of experience and talented new- comers the 1973 Eagle Baseball Team set out to capture their fifth straight Pioneer League Championship. Included in their early season triumphs was a n Championship Trophy for win- if ning the annual EI Segundo Tournament. Returning Letter- men were Seniors Mike O'Dell and Phil Briese, Juniors Tom Soto, Eric Tidwell and Jeff Han- cock. Up from the JV's were Seniors Mark Padjen, Mark Devilbiss, Jeff Franklin, Rick Smith, Dave Long, Lisle Randall, Juniors Chuck Zopfi, Scott Chris- tensen, Matt Mullins, and Mike Glidewell, Neil Burnette, was a transfer student. Bat girls were Karen Purvis and Jevese Mille- ville. Scorekeeper was Phyllis Helvey and ball shaggers were Lisa Hamaker, Sandy Hull, Sue Dodgen, and Kim Smith. af' 2643 l N i N J 12. Y If 4 lin tin! ll! IIHH Row 1: Phyllis Helvey, Kim Smith, Sue Dodgen, Jevese Milleville, Karen Purvis. Row 2: Lisle Randall, Rick Smith, Jeff Hancock, Mike Glidewell, Dave Long, Eric Tidwell, Row 3: Coach Stevenson, Phil Briese, Jeff Franklin, Mark Devilbiss, Tom Soto, Lisa Hamaker, Row 4: Scott Christensen, Mark Pad- jen, Chuck Zopfi, Neil Burnette, Matt Mullins, Mike O'Dell. With a total squad of only 17 swimmers, the Eagle splashers have lacked the depth to score team victories in both the Varsity and Frosh-Soph divi- sions. However, some of the early season individual performances have been good. Senior, Brian Mc- Nulty has been a consistent win- ner in his favorite 200 and 400 yd. Freestyle events. Brad Clevenger, a junior, has been successful in both the 200 yd. individual Medley and the 100 yd. Butterfly. Junior, Rod Randall has been strong in his specialty, the 100 yd. Breaststroke. Back: Jim Witt, Ben Brookens, Brian Mc- Nulty. Front: Pat Dornblaser, Rod Randall, Brad Clevenger, Chris Bonn. Not Pictured: Steve Mohr, Don Jellison, Eric Atkeson. Q-.. :JEYM SLZZVF' if 91 V F' I ,ap 7 ff.: iv' ff i 'H A A, ,park . ar- L-,fw 180 The Annual Staff wishes the best to these teams who's seasons The vars Track had just begun when these pages went to print. . - -K .., . .M-.f.-..,--....... -f , . . ,.. .-.,-..-.W -' ...att .... .. Team was led by team captains Scott Zeigler, John Castle, and Bill Cuthbert- son. The overall strength of ESHS was shown by the lopsided scores of many mflflie Tennis Team, led by three Seniors: Roc McNaughton. David Botfeld, and Keith Kornotowski, played this year for their first pioneer league championship. With six returning varsity lettermen, the team competed against Lennox and Murphy for the title. Varsity singles players are David Bot- feld, Roc McNaughton, Keith Kornatow- ski, Clay Campbell, and Chris Powell. Doubles teams are David List and John LaCognata, and Peter Holman and Joe Lalframboise. Below Row 1: Chris Powell, Keith Kornatowski, Row 1: C.Elliot, J.Castle, B.Stapleton, S.Zeigler, J.Chavez, B.Frye, B.Smith. Row 2: P.Campbell, A.Almaguer, M.Sutherland, J.Lawrence, J.Jack, M.Carroll. Row 3: D. Conners, M.Roberts, A.Carbon, C.Booher, M.Briney. Row 4: J.Purvis, A.Graham, R. Chabrajez, X.Miller, J.Buckingham, R.Linke, M.Ward, G.Coles, S.Jones. gag ' , , ii 1 ' 'ii eiiz fz 1 1 L- WH-we ng 181 Roc McNaughton, Joe LaFramboise. Row 2: Coach Watkins, Clay Campbell, David List, David Bot- feld, John LaCognata, Peter Holman. ...n""' Girls' Varsity Basketball, with three returning starters, hopes to finish in the upper half of the powerful Bay-Pioneer League standings. A full court press, an aggres- sive zone defense, occasional fast breaks, and a lot of hustle characterizes this young team coach- ed by Miss Barbara Bernlohr. Back: Bonnie Gill, Co-Capt. Debbie Landreth, Brenda Newman, Julie Ramey, Coach Bernlohr. Middle: Grace Hammack, Cathy Collings, Capt. Cheryl Martin, Jeanie Collings. Front: Gerry Holman, Kathy Wagnor, Karen Magee, Donna Chabrajez. .wiht M Exceptionally strong leadership in Administration highlighted the I972-73 school year. From the Board of Edu- cation, whose job is to oversee the budget, curriculum and welfare for the entire school district to the high school administration, the education of students at ESHS was in capable hands. Dr. John Machisic, principal, was responsible for the classroom instruc- tional program, teachers, and general wel- fare of students. lVlr. Frank Craven, assistant principal in charge of guidance and disci- pline, assisted students and teachers in their responsibilities and privileges. Mr. Robert Kingston, assistant principal in charge of activities, served as coordinator of student activities and athletics between the school and the community. Attendance supervisor, Mr. James Porter made sure that the stu- dents were where they should be every min- ute of the day. All helped to make ESHS a better place for learning. Dr. Machisic Mr. Craven 182 Dr. Dale Harter-Superintendent Mr. Ara Avak, Mr. Alan West-Pres- ident, Mrs. Cravens Douglass, Mr George Wiley, Mr. Melvin Westover ,E s Mr. Kingston Mr. Porter Mr. Ableser Mr. Anderson Mr. Bame Mrs. Behrmann Miss Bernlohr Mr. Carson Mr. Carter Mr. Crystal Mr. Cummings Mrs. Daoud Mrs. DeSmidt if iw , ll 49" wifi Weil if JW' 184 dw 65a time to rap with a teacher and enjoy a .xlrfbvbfpbments of shared interests and concern. Swiftly flew the days s teachers handed out the homework and assigned term papers and projects. But it was not all workg there was time for play ig.-k 1 kk X, 5 X x ,X s X x ,Q X. r X 1 ' .J xr' 3 f T 5 N our-1' 0' eff Miss Dodd 59 Q Mr. Dougherty 1 4 Mr. Duffy KJ M Mrs. Eruckson Q X3 5' ffgsfx x X ,1 'E v X QM Ex X . -5 43' Fw, . .mx Q' flr if X kk Annex - xg IQ. R Ng V- x. 'Q- F " ""'wLEfL Miss Hitchcock Mrs. Holliday Mrs. Holmes 185 rs. Fisher Mr. Garinger Mr. Hale x Mr. Hall Mr. Harden Mr. Henderso Mr. Hern I'1 Mr. Jeldum Mr. Kerker Mr. Kessler Mrs. Lenker Mr. Morris Mr. Newell Mrs. O'Hair Mrs. Peterson Mr. Peterson Miss Petty Mr. Real Mr. Robinson Mr. Saikley Mr. Saa ri Mr. Seidlitz fi! Mr. Wood Mr. Woodsmall 187 Mrs. Shipley Miss Simons Mr. Smith Mr. Sorkin Mr. Stevenson Mr. Tash Mr. Thorsen Mr. Watkins Mr. Whittington Mr. Wilson Mrs. Wolf Mr. Wong Counselors listened, advised, and changed the mistakes made in the first at- tempt of computer pro- gramming at ESHS. Get- ing over a thousand students into the right classes and checking over graduation require- ments kept the coun- selors busy for the year. Mr. Bristlin Mr. Cutrier Mr. Olson Mrs. Stuckeman Miss Thorson Mr. Ward Mrs. Adams Mrs. Bartelt Mrs. Fraze Mrs. Liedke Mrs. Malm Mrs. Patrick , 1.-, T XJ i - . 1' . '--Q9 www' ss Rt 5.9 in V-3, Q T was " Mr' 3 h W ax 4: A s ' and f 4 , . Q 3 as .. . 53 gi., Q f., . 5 f .vim5f'sfga.vifZ?!i51, wifsiiitf 15 7 sv i. 3 i ' ' . f eigzsiiis... W wi ' Q i, K ' 1, . L. if-A M3 'Jih- Mrs. Rosenberg, Mrs. Burkett. Mrs. Gross, Mrs. Carlson. r l . 3, 6,5 I St' S- f f J 1. Above: N.Gray, E.Montz, F.Dent, L.Evans, M.Stephens, O.Maxwell. JUG Above: M.Barnhart, E.GouIette, H.Clayton, J.Witt, E.Hansen, J.HarniIton. Special Services are a very special breed of people. They answered our questions, scheduled appointments with our counselors, typed our bulletins and fed us and took care of us in general. These special people made life at ESHS easier and more pleasant forallofus. 189 91:6 Hlslscus dafg BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNER' AMERICAN AND ORIENTAL FOOD 107 W. GRAND AVE. 322-3942 SCHWINN BICYCLES EL SEGUNDO Locx 6. CYCLE l35 MAIN STREET EL SEGUNDO CALIF. 90245 EA 2-3083 CLARENCE KINOBHITA, OWNIR El.. SEGUNDO, CALIF. 2 gr . 3 li 'Q WH SY X 4- fx K-ixkygk - V, fr., 191 H -',' -. 'A Ronald L. 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MANHATTAN BEACH SINCE 1946 CALIFORNIA 90266 3, 5 'I' " ' ,fhff 3' 'f I W ffm W"'w 75 5' H " , 'f N ,f-L fn- Q, -,I 5 V ff W' If 1'1, I f ,V I' Zg' W I'AI WVII 5 54253503 21. I I A . . L- V ,S I 66 A 3 I N. I2'l I 54 238 If wk W vw , , V My-m QHWQ igfvw , tu dm gy! , 5, , , ,. , 1, , I Wm W, .Q 5. nf I II U I I f 'I W' L mg I " V M9 W va my I I 543324 3? g f,, 5,1 , .nf ' 200 HAIR STYLING SILHUUETTEB YDLIR NATURAL CHARM RUTH'S BEAUTY SAELON COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE 406 WEST GRAND AVE. EL SEGUNDO. CAUF. 9 T0 5 DAILY - EVES. BY APPT. EA. 2-2542 RUTH BIXLER - OWNER MOSAIC TILE CO. 438 sHEl.ooN ST. En. ssc-:uNDo, CALIF, 90245 TQTE T A D B 1-IG Ei,hT T 0 A "i" Q Ry IT TT T Sw T gsm 1 a QQ ni Q X AQ WE. Ni Vkw . X HY K QS 9 N :B 535' A 5 Us Q A X N si, Ni wg ES' X T A sf: Cog fx X ST-to . NRM 3 X SQQQ i I mixg Six -...w.:Nwm QRS! Q5 Y 955132 X T 'M X X Q dents M T T Chicken Delight, delights the stomac s o ' 9. WH., f ,A LLII I I Tune-up Specialist Air Conditioning Service El Segundo Chevron Service BUY I LEASE 0 SELL 0 TRADE Alken Leusinq 232 Main St. E1 Segundo, CA. 90245 Telephone 322-2614 MACHINERY ALFRED GREEN PHONE: 139 PENN STREET 322 6983 EL SEGUNDO. CAL, 90245 iflfl Ill- g S L9 STATE FARM INSURANCE Co-s. orresi iahonersv nc' mw-mn 0 COMMERCIAL STATIONERY - OFFICE EQUIPMENT 0 HADLEY ACCOUNTING FORMS Q, J, KELSQ o DUPLICATING PRODUCTS AGENT ' NOTARV PUBLIC . V 0 DRAFTING SUPPLIES PROMPT PERSONAL SERVICE AUTO . LIFE . FIRE . HoMEowNERs 200 Wes+ Grand Avenue Edwin Cosfenborder EI Segundo. Calif. 90245 EUS. 322-9060 OR 374-6345 432 MAIN SQCYGTBTY EASTQBTB -' SPFIHQ RES. 320-6795 EL SEGUNDO, CA. 90245 202 REALTY TREND ' 566' m2fv::EE'iii?TiEa:Bm T B M RONALD fffwfmg' aRAcK1.ow SALES 'SERVIC E"RENTAL TREND Busuvsss ca COUNTRY BOY ANTIQUES EL SEGUNDO CALIF 90245 Congratulation Class Of 73' E1 Segundo Brake and Ltttle Palette 301 Virginia St. 234 Virginia E1 Segundo, Calif. 90245 323 Mun Street EI Seg do Calf 90245 322 0727 414356446 iffy 644 sz. H5491 main, ' 1 un , i. - WEDDING lNvi'rA1'loNs. STATIONERY HALLMARK CARDS. PARTY GOODS Glrrs. MONOGRAMMING. Busmsss Cmzns :Min an . c am u. 'za L . a ai 203 AND ANDREAS BOUTIQUE 400 Main St. 322-5861 JERRYS SHOES Phone Orders to Go Open 6 Days - 11 Till 9 gay 9O'4 das Guam g3a1loz 411V2 MAIN STREET NIALTS. SODA5, SUNDAE5 EL. SEGUNDO. CALIF. HAMBURGERS A FRIE5 322-9938 204 FARMERS Edward R Wlnters INSURANCE Agent GROUp David D Jones IARMUI IPA! .AJ 1 208 Mann Street El Segundo Cal 90245 Bus 322 4464 678 7487 Auto 0 Fare 0 Llfe 0 Truck 0 Commercial J G HENDERSON EA 2 5562 DAY 81 NIGHT CERTIFIED WELDERS Gas Arc Heluarc 713Vz E EI Segundo Blvd EI Segundo Calif 24 Hour Emergency Service , . 5 I QIIT- ,ff, . - - Ae ff. T.. ' 2: :gg- THE A F S STUDENT CHAPTER WISHES TO CONGRATULATE LUCY VANDERBYL RITA TOMAKANE JANET SUI UPON GQADUATION' M G 0 JAGUAR 0 AUSTIN HEALEY 0 VOLVO TRIUMPH 0 HILLMAN 0 VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE Airport Foreign Car Service FOREIGN CAR REPAIRS TONY Bc RICHARD 212 E IMPERIAL AVE MNJ sooo LUCK L,-Q9 Jmwf EAGLES I JOE FOURNIER S SPORTING GOODS 425 Mann Street EI Segundo Ca 2665 3227633 EL. SEGUNDO CALIF' 90245 5 Q F2115 205 4-1" wk .41 You will fund, as y upon your life, th moments that sta , oments when you Ily lived, ar u have done i he spirit o . d. the class 1 3 BEST WISHES FROM -,W I We I V it TO THE CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '73 TO THE SENIOR CLAS OF' i973 FROM GOOD LUCK TO ALI- OF SPIRIT YOU 1 u 761: THE CLASS OF '75 O PATRONS The Frank Aikins Family Robert S. Allen Earle Ashley and family Robert F. Ashley Mr. 81 Mrs. Benjamin Aranda Venus and Pallas Atheana The H.D. Bartelt Family Mr. Si Mrs. Eugene Bayes and family Mr. 81 Mrs. Wayne Braden, Wayne and Sally The Bushrow Family Alfred and Betty Campbell Joe and Mary Ann Campbell Mr. 81 Mrs. Floyd Carr Jr. The Carter's, Donald, Sue, Bruce, Kim, Tim Beets, and Donna Sue The Cleary Family Mr. 84 Mrs. Ken Collings and family Mr. 84 Mrs. Floyd H. Ebaugh Mr. 81 Mrs. Chris J. Efflandt and family Mr. 84 Mrs. William H. Ellis Mr. 81 Mrs. l.T. Erlandson Mr. 8. Mrs. Charles Farnell, and Cindy Mrs. Dee Francis and family Compliments of a Friend The Gill Family Mr. 8i Mrs. John L. Hamaker, and Lisa The Hancock's, Gordon, Wilma, Brad, and Jeff Norm and Sandy Hansen Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert Holcomb Mr. 81 Mrs. William Hollingsworth Ruth, Mary, and Barbara Mr. 81 Mrs. Cordell C. Hull Mr. 81 Mrs. Ray Jellison and family Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert Kechter and family Mr. gl Mrs. Alan T. Kidd and family The Laffoon Family Charlie and Dorothy Landreth Jerry and Betty Long Don and Lois Lord Lynn's Hallmark Shop, Westchester 7 John, Marie, and Joan Manocchio Mr. 8iMrs. Mr. 8iMrs. Mr. 8iMrs. Mr. 8iMrs. Mr. 8lMrs. Mr. 8iMrs. Mr. 8iMrs. John Markley J.F. McClary, Michele, and Gary John McGregor and family P.C. McNaughton and family Joel D. Metcalf and family Bill Million and Debbie Biggs Fredrick W. Mills and family Frank and Lillian Mote and family Mr. 81 Mrs. Bruce J.Murphy Mr. Si Mrs. Everett Newman and family Norm and Dodie O'Dell and Otis Mr. 8i Mrs. Glenn Pagett Mrs. Eve Phillips, Pam, Brenda and Susan The Puffer's The James Ramsey Family Mr. 81 Mrs. Harry Randall, Lisle, Rodney, Jeanette, Steven Evelyn Mr. 84 Mrs. David S. Rogers and family Anna Sanda Mr. 81 Mrs. Don Schmutz, Terri, Gary, and AFS sister Janet Leora and Clara Shell The Keith Shriver Family Mr. gl Mrs. Robert Simonson Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard Lee Sims, Brusier, Lill, and Simmon The Specht Family Mr. 8i Mrs. Bill Steffer and family Mr. 84 Mrs. Charles J. Steichen, Kurt, Todd, and Cara The Taylor's, Gene, Clara, Denise, Terry, and Timmy Mr. 8i Mrs. Len Thomas, Kathie, Sharon, and AFS sister Rita Mr.8iMrs .Ted Tomaszewski Mr. 8i Mrs. Mr. 81 Mrs. Mr.8iMrs .George O. Wiley and family Mr. 84 Mrs. Charles Wernert Walter S. White Richard F. Wilson and family GENERAL INDEX Administration 183 AFS 142-143 Applied Arts 108-110 Art Guild 121 Assemblies 86 Basketball 170-177 Bay Eagle 136-137 Business Education 96-97 Coronation 78-79 Cross Country 163-165 Dedication 10-11 Drill Team 126-129 English 111-113 Epsilon Sigma 141 Faculty 184-187 FHA 120 Fine Arts 106-107 Football 150-157 Freshman 64-73 GAA 147 GIA Volleyball 178-179 Girl's League 138-139 Golden Eagle 134-135 Homecoming 80-83 Juniors 42-53 Key Club 140 Language Classes 89 Language Clubs 144-145 Marching Band 130-133 Math 92-93 Media Center 90-91 Music 102-104 Orchesis 146 Pep Club 122-125 Physical Education 100-101 Police Science 94-95 SCROC 114 Seniors 14-41 Sophomores 54-63 Special Services 188-189 Stage Band 105 Student Government 116-119 Table of Contents 2-3 Theme 4-9 Water Polo 158-162 Wrestling 166-169 SENIORS .A. Allen, Debbie 17,141 Armstrong, Pam 17 Arnot, Deborah 17,121,132 Avak, Tony 17,23,133 Bannerman, Kevin 17 Batty, Mary 17,121 Beall, Sue 17 Beaty, Greg 17 Bechard, Marsha 17,129 Bell,Janice 17,113 Biggs, Debbie 17 Blair, Cathy 17,121 Bochinski, Richard 18 Booher, Kent 18 Botfeld, David 18,119,131,14O Braden, Sally 18,119,134 Brady, Monica 18,120,142,145 Braunigal, Chris 104 Briese, Phil 18,150 Brondstatter, Wally 18 Brookens, Ben 18,158 Brumley, Jerry 18,106 .C. Cajiao, Angela 18,144 Campbell, James 18,105 Campbell, Pamela 18,104 Campeau, Susie 19,129,141 Carlson, Kristie 19,120,124,141,142 Carr, Laura 19,141 Carter, Keith 19 Cary, Ron 19 Chamberlin, Cathy 19,119 Chambers, Nancy 19,130,141 Chavez, Jim 19,151,153 Chieppa, Nick 19 Church, Mary 20 Cleary, Craig 20 Collette, Carl 20 Copeland, Cindy 20 Corbett, Valarie 20 Corbett, Wendy 20 Cost, Garry 20 Cottriel, Debby 2O,117,129,134 Crocket, Deanna 20 Cummings, Kathy 116,126,136 .p. Devilbiss, Mark 21,152 Dexter, Robert 21 Dicks, Vicki 21,104,126,128 Dobrovolny, Joe 21,119 Duval, Janna 21,104,129 .E. Eftlandt, Denise 21,101,119,126,141 145 Ellis, Janet 21,133,141,144 Elmore, Marva 21 Erlandson, Ann 21,122,134 .F- Farnell, Cindy 21 Faut, Mark 21 Fernandez, Reguia 22,144 Ford, Steve 22 Fortini, Jeff 22 Fortman, Jay 158,159 Francis, Carrie 22,129 Franklin, Jeff 22 Froelich, Judy 22, 102,104,128, 134 Frye, William 16,22,34,133,136,140 .G-,. Gangawere, Joan 22,119 Gentry, Bryan 91 Geringer, Linda 22 Goeglein, Pat 22 Goodale, Karen 23 Gould, Richard 23 Graff, Jack 23,151 Graham, Scott 23 Grimaud, Renee 23 Groff, Valerie 23,104,121,136 Grounds, Randy 23,153 Halleen, Dean 24 Hamaker, Lisa 16,24,127,138,141,142 Hann, Katrina 24,101,128 Harter, Chester 24,130 Helvey, Phyllis 24 Henderson, Sheri 24 Herrera, Evelyn 24 Holcomb, Lora 24,126,128,134 Holman, Maaike 24,131,145,147 Holzworth, Becky 25 Howard, Karen 25,101,128 Hutchinson, Keith 25 .J. Jacobsen, Joyce 25,136,141,144 Jaime, George 25 Johnson, Annette 25,121 Johnson, Howard 25 Johnston, Nancy 26,133 Jolly, Ed 26 Jones, Evelyn 26,119,142,145 Justice, Pam 26 Kelly, Colleen 25,26,105,132,141, 142,144 Kelly, Donna 26,38 Kelly, Hugh 27 Kirk, Nancy 27,90 Kirchuff, Eric 27 Konecny, Alex 27,104,145 Koppelman, Marie 27 Kornatoski, Keith 27 Kovary, Glen 27 .L. Lagotta, Maryl 20,27,127 Lake, Rosanne 27,101 Lalone, Gary 19,27 Landreth, Brent 27,134,151 Larson, Kirby 28 LaRue, Sandi 28 LeBlanc, Cathy 28 Ledford, Gary 28 Leslie, Linda 16,28,129,134,141 List, David 28 Long, David 28 Lorer, Doug 28 Lowell, Lesley 28,104,126,128,141, 148 Lucero, Linda 28,129 Luthy, Kathy 28,134,135 Lytle, Alice 28,31,37,136 208 MacGlashan, Barbara 29 Maclay, Bill 29 Malles, Frank 29 Manocchio, Joan 29 Markley, Joan 29,79,105,132,141,1 144 Marquez, Theresa 29,96 Martin, Cheryl 29,147,178 Martin, Kim 29,117,132,142 Martin, Shari 29,104,124 McCanlies, LeeAnn 30,11O,119,141 142 McCauley, Dianne 30,116,136 McClary, Michele 30,126,134 Mclntyre, Heather 30,146 McKean, Sue 30,119,129,138 McMillan, Cindi 30,38,104,116,117, 130,141 McNaughton, Roc 30,39,105,130, 133,140,144 McNulty, Brian 30,136,140,158 Metcalf, LouAnn 30,111,119 Miller, Keith 31 Miller, Xavier 31 Mills, Paul 16,31,79,103,134,140,1 Misquez, Jose 31 Muhr, Steve 31,140,158,159 Moucheboeuf, Gabe 31 Murphy, Nancy 16,31,126 .N. Nelson, Linda 121 Newman, Bill 32,151 O'Dell, Mike 32,117,134,15O .p. Padjen, Mark 32,88 Page, Deborah 32 Pagett, Glenda 32,122 Parks, Michael 32 Partlow, Jim 32 Pendleton, Gay 32,120,129,138,14 Pessia, Nancy 32 Peterson, Janene 33 Petrovich, Marina 33,104,128 Phillips, Susan 33,119,128,134 Purvis, Cynthia 33 Purvis, Johanna 33 .R. Ramey, Pam 33,124 Ramsey, Karen 33,104,127 Randall, Lisle 33,78,80,133,150,15 Ray, Peggy 33,126,134 Rivera, Patricia 33 Roberts, Mike 33,119,140 Robinson, Mike 33 Roseland, Dawn 34 Ruttinger, Paul 34 S. afarian, Michele 34 ant, Chris 34,120 chmutz, Terry 16,34,126,128 elf, Kathy 34 haffer, Kathleen 35,145 hanks, Patty 35,104,130 hoemaker, Caryn 35,90,104 imonson, Charlou 35,110,133,141, 142,144 mith, Karen 35 iu, Janet 35,102,143,144 mith, Rick 35,86,152 now, ldona 35,78,80,122,138,140 pees, Tim 35,78,81,104 perry, Tom 35,88,113 pivey, Charlotte 35 tapleton, Bob 35,104,119,151,153 teffer, Florence 36,104,126 teichen, Kurt 36 tephens, Terry 36 tevenson, Mike 36,103 timpson, Linda 36 toltenberg, David 36,153 turgeon, Doug 36 turm, Diane 36,111,127 tuthard, Senoma 36,136,139 undquist, Charla 36,104,132,141, 142,145 wartz, Georgia 36 T. ate, James 36,142,143 homas, Susan 37,142 hurgood, Jeannine 37,105,132 ilford, David 37,153 omaszewski, Meg 37,86,103,119. 123 omokane, Rita 37,142,144 V. anBuren, Linda 37,141 anderbyl, Lucy 37,142,143 olk, Mark 37 . N. alker, Jesse 37 allace, Kristie '16,38,127,141 alton, Conrad 38 arfield, Linda 38,111,121,128 arnock, Randy 38,104,119 arren, Jeff 38 atkins, Mari 38 atson, Tina 38,134 elch, Kathy 38 illiams, Dave 38 illiams, Eddie 39 ilson, Mary 39,78,8l,97,116,1 17,129 itt, Jim 39,142,143 olfsberger, Keith 39 oodwa rd, Kathy 39,119 Zeigler, Scott 39 JUNIORS .A. Aikins, Tracy 43,104,119,123,125,145 Almaguer, Argel 43 Anderson, Sherie 43,97,127 Armantrout, Hubert 43 Armstrong, Burl 43 Armstrong, Sharon 43 Arnot, Paul 105,130 Barnwell, Paul 43 Bartelt, Steve 42,43,103,151 Barton, Chris 43,132,145 Bayes, Evelyn 43,147 Bell, Cara 43,94,114,126,138 Bell, Harry 43,150 Bell, Jeff 43,105,131 Bennett, Kathy 43,104 Bogossian, Ben 43,134 Botting, John 43,105,131 Bowie, Lau rette 43,89,129,138,145 Briese, Linda 43,121,126 Briney, Mike 43,151,153 Brown, Bert 43 Brown, Beverly 43,129,136,l45 Brust, Sandy 43 Bryan, Barbara 43,145 Bush, Lisa 43,127 Bushrow, Cheryl 43,142,144 Byrne, Mary 43 .C. Calvert, Mike 43 Campbell, Peter 43,147 Campbell, Sandy 43,134,142 Capo, Richard 43 Carbon, Andy 44,151 Cargill, Tim 150 Casler, Cheryl 44 Castle, Roger 44 Chabrajez, Richard 94 Christensen, Scott 44,78,81 Christie, Rick 44 Claflin, Nancy 44 Clarke, Carolyn 42,44,78,81,126 Clevenger, Brad 44,98,140,144 Coleman, Don 44,140 Coles, Glenn 44,88 Collings, Jeanie 44,133,145,147 Collings, Julie 44,128 Connor, Don 44 Corallo, John 44,145 Corey, Staci 44 Cottriel, Margy 44,129 Crawford, Mitch 44 Crews, Steve 44 Cripe, Madeline 44,108,142 Cummings, Brad 44,112 Cummings, Maureen 44,119,127,144 Curia, Jon 44 Curry, Eric 47 Cuthbertson, Bill 44,99,144 209 .p. Dare, Susan 44 DeFontes, Bernie 44,127,144 Deets, Greg 44,144 DeHermida, Kip 44 DeLong, Gaye 44 Diaz, Debi 45,127,144 Dick, Dawn 45,144 Dickens, Karen 45,104,119,129,144 Dobruck, Maureen 45,127 Dodgen, Sue 45,129 Dornblaser, Rhonda 45,120 Drozd, Greg 45 Dunbabin, Dave 45 Dunlap, Linda 45 Durkos, John 45,88 Duval, Michele 45,104,147 Eady, Daniel 109,151 Elliott, Clyde 45,91,152 Efflandt, Betsy 45,119,136 Ernest, Dorinda 45,104,123,138,142 .F. Feller, Shane 45 Ferguson, Brian 45 Flynn, Terry 45,105 Folkerson, Cindi 45 Francis, Leslie 45 Francois, June 45,142,144 .G. Glickman, Janice 45,119,120,127, 142,145 Glidewell, Mike 46,119 Glynn, Liz 46,142 Gould, Ken 46,90 Gutierrez, Jeanette 46 Guy, Paul 46,105,130 .H. Hamilton, David 46 Hammack, Grace 46,119,144,147 Hancock, Jeff 150 Hanes, Cheryl 46,145 Hare, Rosemary 42,46,94, 124 Harrington, Tom 46 Hayos, Joan 46,129 Helms, Shannon 46,136 Hoggan, Margee 46,120 Holland, Susan 46 Holman, Pete 46,145 Honseler, Loretta 46,94,114,129,138 Horst, Susan 46,138,140,144 Horton, Brenda 46 Hull, Sandy 46,133,l38,142,143,147 .J. Jack, Jeff 46,104,131,152 Janssen, Cathy 46 Jeck, Randy 46 Jellison, Vicki 46,51,122,138 Jensen, Pam 46 Johnson, Bob 46 Johnson, Chris 46,128 Johnson, Karl 46 .K. Karutz, Ken 42.46.117 Kassiris, Diane 47,127 Kline, Kenise 47 Konecny, Patty 47,145 Koppelman, Paul 47,106 Kovary, Laura 101,145 .L. LaCognata, John 47,88,133, 140 LaFromboise, Joe 47 Lamay, Tom 47 Landreth, Debbie 47,116,120,144 LeMasurier, David 47 Lemon, Faye 47,97,104 Leslie, Cindy 47 Lingaitis, Doug 47 Linke, Rudi 47,94 Linn, John 47 Long, Sam 47 Luikens, Matt 47 Lutz, Karen 47,104 Mack, Tony 47,86,104,121 Maclean, Sandy 47 Magraudy, Robin 47 Markle, Kathy 48,96,114 Mason, Nancy 48,106 Matchett, Tim 48,88,130 McDonnell, Tim 48,105,133,140,144 McElliott, Loree 134 McMullin, Terry 48,104 Melton, Ron 48,112 Michels, Theresa 48 Miera, Randy 48 Milleville, Jerese 122 Misner, Patti 48 Moncrief, Terry 48,153 Moore, Connie 48,127 Moore, Patti 48,119 Morehead, Diane 48,123,138 Morris, Theresa 48,128 Mullins, Matt 48,152 Mungula, Evelyn 48 Nagel, Eric 48 Newman, Joe 152 .Q. O'Neill, Debbie 48 O'Neill, Steve 104 Ordonez, Grace 49 .p. Parsoneault, Mark 49 Patterson, Ken 94 Pederson, Peggy 49 Pennington, Holly 49,114 Perkins, Cindy 49,68,104, 127 Peterson, Mike 49 Peterson, Rick 49,88,109 Phillips, Steve 49 Pierson, Kathy 49,111,119,136,147 Ping, Sherry 49,104,145 Pinkston, Chuck 49,105,133 Price, Tom 49 Pulaski, Casimir 49 Purvis, Karen 49,114,119,124 Ramsey, Juanita 49,104,122,125, 138 Randall, Rod 49,132,158 Randall, Tim 49,88,119,158 Reed, Rick 49 Reed, Scott 49,103 Reitberger, Tami 49 Renfro, Kathy 49 Retzlaff, Fred 49,93 Reynoso, Ernest 49 Rhodes, Steven 49 Ried, Dennis 90 Riggins, Dennis 49,153 Riggs, Bill 49,150 Roach, Maxine 49 Roberts, Dianne 49,132,144 Robertson, Diana 50 .5. Saran, Valerie 50 Saylor, Janet 50,127 Shaeffor, Virginia 50,126,128 Schultz, Scott 50 Scribner, Tereasa 50 Shannon, Jamie 50,104,124 Shilling, Gayle 50,150 Shriver, Sam 45,50 Smith, Bob 50 Smith, Bryan 50,151 Smith, Darrell 50 Smith, Debbie 50 Smith, Kim 50 Smith, Richard 153 Soto, Tom 50, 150,152,153 Sperb, Bob 103,104 Stegman, Becky 50,98,10O Steichen, Todd 50 Stevens, Joy 50,104 Stewart, Matt 50 Stiers, Joe 50,131,140,145 Stocks, Chris 50 Suthersand, Mike 151 Taylor, Brenda 103 Templeton, Amalia 50,127 Thamann, Jim 50,153 Thamann, Mike 50 Thomas, Cheryl 50 Thomas, Dan 50 Thompson, Gene 50 Tidwell, Eric 50 Tinker, Glenn 50 Tjaden, Vikki 50 Trainer, Mike 51,104 Turino, Barb 51,104,123,125 Tydon, Leni 51 .V. VanDrie, Mary 51,133,142,145 Volk, Terry 119 VanNatta, Valerie 51,104 Wagnan, Kathy 51,119,12O,147 Walker, Alan 51,95,152,153 Wallace, lan 51 Ward, Mitch 51 Weinstein, Mark 152 Weisenseel, Nita 51,129,144 Wenzell, Harry 51,119 Werner, Vickie 51 Westover, Julie 51,120,127 Wiley, Kim 51,104,117,126,145 Witt, Carol 51,104,142 Wolsberger, Kirk 109 Work, Ann 51,132,144 Yasin, Todd 51,144 .Z. Zeiler, Vickie 51 Zobel, Julie 51 Zopfi, Chuck 51 Sophomores .A. Adams, Gail 55,102 Adams, Keith 55 Allen, Dave 55,155,176 Armstrong, Diana 55 Ashley, Prudence 55,131,142,144,145 Atkeson, Eric 55,158,159 Avak, Susan 55,133,145 Bailey, Dunna 55,100,103 Barnwell, Brian 55 Barto, Nathan 55,112 Beall, Mike 55 Beaty, Kathy 103,121 Bell, Ken 55 Benke, Frank 55,155 Berggren, Jim 55,78,82 Birdsall. Scott 55 Booher, Chris 55,155 Booterbaugh, Sue 121 Booterbaugh, Joe 155 Borchart David 55 Briese, Pam 55,88,127 Bottles, Bill 55 Brightwell, John 55,155 Brightwell, John 55,155 Brookens, Tammy 55,133,142,144 Brown, Scott 55,155 Bryan, Kathy 121 Bryant, Dave 55 Buckingham, Jim 150 Burnett, Suzette 55,106 Burrowes, Kim 103 .C. Calvert, Keith 55 Cameron, Lisa 55,103,121,146 Campbell, Clay 55,132 Campbell, Tim 55 Cannon, Chip 55 Carfora, Debbie 55,146 Carlson, Wendy 55,97 Carrol, Martin 55 Casler, Kirk 55 Cason. Mike 56.132 Chabrajez, Donna 56,130 Chamberland, Gene 56,119 Chandler, Janice 56,103 Chick, Ralph 56,132,140 Christie, Ron 56 Clark, Michele 56,127,145 Clark, Tom 56,131,145 Collings, Cathy 56,131,145,147 Combs, Beth 56,139 Cook, Esther 132,142,144 Corallo, Susan 56 Cottriel, Mike 56 Craig, Ken 56,155 Crichton, George 44,105,155 Cuinpson, Linda 56 Cundiff, Dana 56 Chipowski, Larry 56 Curia, Rich 56 .D. Daly, Rene 56 Daly, Shawn 56 Daris, Belynda 56,103,121,129 Deeter, Gary 56 DeFontes, Michele 54,56,59,102, 125,139,144 Detrick, Susan 56 Dewolf, Cary 57 Disosway, Bill 56,155 Driskell, Marjie 57 Dye, Danny 57 Dye, Harold 57 -'r- -3- -E- 210 Ebaugh, Jeannette 54,57,103, 125 139 Efflandt. Jill 57 Ellis. Bill 57,108,119 .F. Faut, Ken 57,121,155 Fournier, Mike 57,144 Fowler, Randy 103 Francen, Richard 57 Fuentes, Suzanne 57,129,144 "Fulton, Kelly -G. Gangawere, Roberta 57,60,103 Giery, Ron 57 Gigena, Jorge 57,119,155 Gill, Bonnie 57,129 Gober, Michael 57 Goodman, Terry 57,155,176 Gozman, Kim 57 Graham, Allison 57,155 Green, Bill 57 Gruff, Joe 57,109 Grorsnor, Bill 57,176 Hamblin, Theresa 57 Hanes, Terry 57,103 Hardner, Fay 57,112 Helnrich, Carl 57 Herbold, Steve 57 Hiffins, Jan 57 Hignard, Francine 57 Hobe, Joanne 58,129,145 Hodges, Diane 58 Holzworth, Paul 58 Howell, Karen 58,103,127 Huber, Mike 58,176 Hunt, Diane 58 .l. lrmler, Jeff 58 lsitt, Cindy 58,89,104, 129,145 Jeck, Tim 58,91,155 Jessogne, Mike 58,63 Johnson, Glenn 58 Johnson, Kelly 58,105,145 Johnson, Kirk 58,132,155 Jones, Don 58 Jones, Patty 58,103 Jones, Brian 58 Kapell, Dave 58 Karlbon, Paul 58 Kassales, Chris 58 Kastler, Lori 58,108,121 "Keit, Karen Keller, Deborah 131,144 Kennedy, Eileen 58,131,147 Kennedy, Mike 58,155 Keenum, Keith 58 Kelly, Kathy 58,147 Kidd, Sherri 58,103,127 Kielnecker, Frank 158 Knight, Daien 58,103 Knox, Bill 58 Kommel, Kay 58 Kongable, Diane 58,121,127 Kreth, Lori 58,104 .b Laffoon, Joyce 59,103,125 Lake, Karen 59 Lake, Karla 59 Landrum, John 59,109 Lappen, Gregg 59,155 Larson, Kristen 59,107,121 Laubach, Glenn 59,155 LeBlanc, David 59 Leggett, Bill 59,155 Leslie, Maureen 59,103 Letcher, Drake 59 Linke, Peggy 59,103 Maclay, Cathie 59,119 Mack, Charlie 59 Mackin, Linda 103,120,127 Magee, Karen 59,131 Marroquin, Carlos 59,90,99,144 Mathews, Rob 59,119,155 McAlear, Kathy 59,144,147 McAllister, Teresa 59 McEntyre, Modell 155 McCann, Jaime 59,155,166 McGarry, Sean 59 McGregor, Jeanne 59,147 McKinley, Mike 59,176 McNaughton, Tod 54,59,133,144 McNulty, Gail 59,102,229 Meredith, Bob 69 Metcalfe, John 60 Middleton, Laura 60,103 Mikulchik, Cara 60,131 Miller, Heidi 60 Miller, Kim 60 Miller, Sheri 60,78,82,125,139 Mittie, Laura 69,103,146 Monson, Mike 60 Morgan, Susan 60,133,147 Moriarty, Noreen 60,102 Mortesen, Susan 121 Motta, Bob 60,132 Murphy, Sharon 60,144 Myres, Mike 60 Nagel, Sherry 60,78 Nelson, Neani 60,103,144 Newman, Brenda 60,89,92,103,144, 147 Newman, Liz 60,103,119,127,145 Noel, John 60,105,132,144 Nusbaum, Susan 60,127,144 .0. Oakleaf, Evelyn 60 Oberschelp, Tim 60,176 Oien, Andy 60,155 Ollivares, Richard 56,60,107 Orens, Dave 61,176 Orlowski, Kathy 61 .p. Padjen, Karen 54,61,129 Palmer, Bill 61,150,154,155 Pearson, Kirk 61,155 Peterson, John 61 Pennington, Chris 61 Peterson, Frank 61 Pierco, Dorrie 61 Poey, Stan 61,121,133 Popeil, Wendy 61,120 Poole, Marsha 61 Porter, Maureen 61 Powell, Chris 61,133 Price, Nancy 61,103,130 Prosk, Melanie 61,131,144,147 Puffer, Debie 61,103,119,127 Purvis, Joe 61,130,154,155 .Q. Quast, Ross 113 .R. Ramsey, Sandy 61,126,145 Ramey, Julie 61 Randall, Jeannette 61 Reed, Dennis 61 Riggs, Lauren 61,119 Ristovski, Todorka 61 Roach, Darrell 61,144 Robinson, John 61 Ross, Peggy 61 Rowson, Tom 61,155 Rozelle, Ron 61 Ruis, Randy 62,154 .5. Salaz, Larry 62 Sant, Teresa 62,120 Saylor, Barbara 62,144 Schaffer, Walter 62,132 Scheu, Ray 119,154,155 Schmidt, Jane 62,144,147 Sexton, Dawne 62 Shanks, Mike 62 Smith, Bob 62,108 Smith, Jim 109 Smith, Kim 62,145 Snow, Christine 62,121 Stacy, Scott 62,105 211 Stapleton, Nina 62 Steed, Mike 62 Stenburg, Art 62,119 Stephens, Nancy 62,134,135 Stiers, Casey 62 Stont, LeeAva 62 Stroh, John 62,154 Sturm, Fred 62 Swice, Mark 62 .T. Taylor, Renee 62,129 Thomas, Joan 62,119 Thomas, Kathie 62,133,144,145 Thomas, Tricia 54,62,129 Tracy, Mark 62 Triplette, Jack 62 Tsossio, Evelyn 121 Tydon, Loni 62,129,176 Tyrrell, Kevin 62,131,145 .V. Vachon, Jeff 62 VanBuren, Diane 62,131 Vickery, Connie 62,127,145 Vidmar, Barbara 62,120 .w. Wagley, Donald 62 Walker, Joel 63 Walker, Julie 63 Walker, Rick 63 Walker, Robin 63,90,102 Wardrop, Chris 155,176 Watson, Ken 62 Webster, Erica 63,103,127 Wheeler, Carol 63 Wheeler, Craig 63 Wheeler, Tim 63 Whitford, Lisa 63,100 Williams, Tom 63 Willingham, Joe 63,99 Wilson, Tod 63 Wray, Mark 63,113 .Y. Yarger, Laura 63 Yates, Deborah 63 Young, Lynn 63,103 .Z. Zaengle, Chris 108 Zubio, Irma 63,144 FRESHMAN .A. Adams, Carrie 65 Anderson, Garry 65 Andrews, Suzanne 73 Armstrong, Steve 65 Atkenson, Troy 65 Austin, Curtis 65 Avila, Nancy 65 Bailey, Cheryl 65 Baldwin, Chuck 65,133 Barrow, Dirk 65,108,156 Baumgart, Ingrid 65 Bell, Lynn 65,121,147 Bell, Tom 65,99,133,156 Bernard, Michelle 65,102 Binkley, Bruce 65,119 Binning, Joe 73 Blair, Tom 73,99 Blake, Melissa 65 Bonn, Chris 65 Boschetto, Da na 65 Bowad, Danny 65 Bowden, Mike 65,98 Branam, Scott 65,68,93,156,157 177 Brankin, Steve 65,109 Briese, Lennie 65,156,157 Brown, Sue 65 Buckingham, Bob 65,156,177 Burches, Shawn 65,73,102,121 .C. Cable, Randy 65,156 Campilli, Marie 65 Cannon, Bob 73,156 Cardone, Frank 64.65.177 Carter, Donnasue 65 Castle, Chuck 65 Cerravalo, Cindy 65 Chavez, Laurie 65,147 Chicheston, Mike 65,156 Clagg, Doug 65 Clark, Dan 65 Clarke, Doug 66,132,156 Cleary, Keith 66 Conklin, Sally 66 Corallo, Sally 66 Cormany, Scott 66 Crawford, Greg 66,156 Crews, Golden 66,78,125 Crook, Mike 66 Cummings, Susie 66,71,73 Cummings, Tammy .p. Daroff, David 66 Daris, Mavis 66 Dick, Martin 66,130,117 Dickens, Bruce 66 Dicks, Ricky 66 Diers, David 73 Disbrow, Jeff 66 Dobravolny, Jean 73,102 Domann, Tim 66,156,157,177 Doyle, Kathy 66 Drummond, Dale 66,156 Duncan, Brian 66,93 Duran, Counsuel Durell, Desiree 66 Duval, Richard 66 Dypwick, Kurt 66,156 .E. Edwards, Brenda 66 Efflandt, Joe 64.66.156 Ellington, Bob 66,152 England, Richard 66 Euler, Christina 66 .F. Farr, Michel 66 , Fontecchio, Nick 66,156 Ford, Robin 66 Foster, Laura 66 Froelich, Jennifer 66 Fulton, Terry 72,73 Fyfe, Cameron 67 .G. 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