Foothill High School - Shield Yearbook (Tustin, CA)
- Class of 1970
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Foothill High Tustin, California
nineteen hundred and seventy
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to see ourseI's as
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O PLACIDLY AMID THE NOISE SL HAST E, 86
REMEMBER WHAT PEACE THERE MAY BE
IN SILENCE. AS FAR AS POSSIBLE WITHOUT
surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth
quietly SL clearlyg and listen to others, even the dull SL ignorant:
they too have their story. gg Avoid loud SL aggressive persons,
they are vexations to the spirit. If you compare yourself with
others, you may become vain 8c bitter, for always there will be
greater SL lesser persons than yourself. Enjoy your achievements
as well as your plans. gy Keep interested in your own career,
however humble, it is a real possession in the changing fortunes
of time. Exercise caution in your business affairs, for the world
is full of trickery. But let this not blind you to what virtue there
is: many persons strive for high ideals, and everywhere life is full
of heroism. gg Be yourself. Especially, do not feign affection.
Neither be cynical abou't loveg for in the face of all aridity BL
disenchantment it is perennial as the grass. gg Take kindly the
counsel of the years, gracefully surrendering the things of youth.
Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune.
But do not distress yourself with imaginings. Many fears are
born of fatigue Sc loneliness. Beyond a wholesome discipline, be
gentle with yourself. gy You are a child of the universe, no less
than the trees 86 the stars, you have a right to be here. And
whether,or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is un-
folding as it should. 5. Therefore be at peace with God,
whatever you conceive Him to be, and whatever your labors 85
aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life keep peace with your
soul. is With all its sham, drudgery 8L broken dreams, it is
still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy. gg gg
FOUND IN OLD SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH, BALTIMORE DATED X692
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The A.S.B. Cabinet this year has endeavored to
place the role of the student in the position we feel
it rightly belongs. That is, in the position of a body
of students qualified to help determine its own des-
tiny. We have made no great leapsg however we do
believe that our relation to the administration, both
school and district, has laid a solid ground-work for
future student leaders. We leave you with a plea to
continue this work.
Mr. Webb Steve Oroza Cathy Chamber
Merry Flank Bill Boyd
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This year the Student Court has begun to breach the gap between
students and the disciplinary branch of this administration. The Student
Court has strived to initiate a system where students may be judged by
peers. In most cases this has proved to be an effective method of handling
such major problems as littering, smoking, and dress code violations. The
major problem blocking complete success seems to be a deep resentment
against the Student Court, harbored by offenders.
The Court is comprised of nine justices and a Chief Justice, two
justices from each grade with four from the Senior Class. The justices this
year were Matt Cohen, Dean McCormick, Joe Chambers, Jim Votaw, Mimi
Kadin, Bryan Spofford, Jim Hicks, and Arthur Levine. fabove Picturej
The justices owe part of the success of the Student Court to the con-
scientious work of several students who served as student court represen-
tatives, by referring students to the court.
The future of the Student Court is uncertain, but the basic ground-
work has been established.
Jim Votaw, Chief Justice
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Mr. Webb Mark Stanley
The purpose of the Homeroom Represen-
tatives is to relate the problems of the class
he represents to the A.S.B. Cabinet. In this
manner the feelings of the Student Body at
large are made known and are not left to die
out or to emerge as a national hostility. The
representatives this year have made the way
for a greater voice in Student Government.
It is hoped that they will continue to do so.
Terry Arnold, Kathy Ball, Kathy Bean, Ginger Beeman, Larry Behkedah, Mark
Benton, Laurie Berrier, Julie Boggess, Kathy Bradley, Steph Bryant, Suzie
Bush, Joe Chamber, Chris Chandler, Cathy Cook, Claudia Cray, Debbie Cush-
man, Sue Cutting, Doug Dale, Joan Dale, Linda DiFraia, David Edgar, DeeDee
Elis, Todd Feavwe, John Fletcher, Sheri Ford, Kathy Fletcher, John Freeman,
Robert Fulton, Helen Gavin, Chris Grahman, Alan Hata, Dave Haul, Peggy
Haynes, Suzanne Helton, Susan Hooc, Bob Hoyt, Diane Jacks, Dave Klotze,
Jon Knowles, Jon Koukal, Bobbi Lousher, Robyn Liebman, Matt Marschall,
Ron May, Diane Mergill, Dottie Miller, Suzzy Moodle, Larry Morehead, Steve
Oroza, Pat Osborne, David Pinkerton, David Primrose, Carrie Randolph, Merry
Rank, Jim Saad, Bill Shanbrom, Viena Sharma, Jana Slane, Bob Speicher,
Bob Spofford, Mark Stanley, Jon Stephens, Roberta Stilles, Tom Stroble,
Gary VanCamp, Chris Wills, Barbara Van de Berde, Mike VanDordrecht, Larry
Wailde, Mary Winchester, Mary Worman, Betty Jo Wylie
Editors ............ . . .Sandy Peterson, Joe Walter
Activities Editor ,... ............... S allee Tucker
Activities Section. . . . . .Fran Goldie, Ftuth Donohugh,
Janet Owen, Laura Hastings
Athletics Editor .,.. ......,........ S haron Marcus
Athletics Section .... .... J im Astor, Stan Doddridge,
Academics Editors ......... Lisa Roberts, Nanci Mueller
Academics Section ....... Kathy Ball, Anita Hagenbuch,
Steve Lohr, Chris Barnum, Sue Cutting
Copy Editor ......................... Ruth Donohugh
Photographers .... Linda Louise Perryman, John Himes,
Karl Christ, Peter Bueche, Chip Ristuben, Bob Zlnk
Cover ....,... ,................... .,..... K i rk Ryder
Advisor .... .... M r. Korich
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David Brant, Clark Moffat, Dan Weiss, Nanette Papp
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Carla Robbie, Jeff Befach, Chris Day, Chris Cullen
Wendy Walker, Carolyn Jensen, Gretchen Beck
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Top to Bottom, Mr. Korich, Stuart Rose
Marina Pitts, Kevis Bean
Editor-in-Chief ............. Stuart Rose
Assistant Editor ........ Sandy Peferson
A serious attempt was made by the Knight Life to become a spokes-
man of student opinion within the boundaries set up by the Administration
and the A.S.B. Cabinet. The Knight Life fulfilled its goal of becoming a
paper by students for students.
Organizational improvements played a key role in the rise of the Knight
Life. The most obvious benefit from these improvements being the greater
frequency of publication.
The publishing of the Knight Life was made possible by the conscien-
tious efforts of Mr. Korich's Journalism ll class. However, in the end the
printing of a school newspaper becomes the responsibility of a handful of
journalism students. Many thanks must be given to Sandy Peterson, asst.
editor-in-chiefg Dan Weiss, news editorg Marina Pitts, feature editorg Wendy
Walker, editorial editor, Chris Day, sports editorg Carolyn Jensen, Advertis-
ing rnanagerg and Mr. Korich, advisor, guiding force and well of invaluable
knowledge and experience, who spent extra time and effort to insure the
success of the paper.
The Knight Life staff hopes that through exemplary performance, and
the organization of such groups as the Inter-School Journalism Board, a
monthly council meeting between representatives of the school newspapers
of the three high schools in the TUHS District there will be a firm future
for journalism at Foothill High School. I
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News Editor ....... David Brandt
Feature Editor ...... Marina Pitts
Editorial Editor ....... Dan Weiss
Sports Editor ......... Chris Day
Exchange Editor.Sandy Peterson
Photography ...... Peter Bueche,
Karl Christ, John Himes
Art ...........,. Linda Perryman
Advertising ...... Carolyn Jensen
Writers and Reporters. .Gretchen
Beck, Nanette Papp, Carla Rob-
bie, David Brandt, Clark Moffat,
Kevin Bean, Chris Cullen, Jeff
Advisor ..... .... M r. Korich
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Foothlll chorus Irne does a Irttle can can for the students
" . , . Hail our colors black and gold"
Linda and Syd were Renee's "right hand men."
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Each new year of school brings on a new atmos-
phere of student involvement and participation. This
year, my last year at Foothill, l have witnessed more
students showing a pride for their school than in
any of my previous three years. It is through the
spirit of the individuals involved with the betterment
of our school that has made this year at Foothill
High the best.
Foothill is Tops! You, the students have proved
varsity cheer and songleaders
Tina Summerl Nandy Shanahan
Sharon Marcus Robyn Liebman Wendy Walker
Terri Erwin Cyndi Plath
Dottie Miller Marilyn Mengos
feast and joust
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Wendy Walker, Dave Klotzche, Kathy Rabun, Scott Daniels Laurie Strobel Paul Page Nancy Mueller Derek Duesler
Ruth Donohugh, Ray Gall
As Mister Steve Oroza, A.S.B. President, accompanied Miss
Heidi Meyer, 1969 Homecoming Queen, with flower boy Master
Philip Timson and crown bearer Janelle Redman, the 1969
Homecoming Week came to a climax with the crowning of Miss
Laurie Strobel as Homecoming Queen. Miss Strobel, with escort,
Mister Paul Page, circled the track, returning to her court of
Princess Ruth Donohugh, Princess Wendy Walker, Princess
Kathy Fiabun and Princess Nancy Mueller to enjoy the evenings
Princess Kathy Rabun Princess Ruth Donohugh
Princess Wendy Walker
Princess Nancy Mueller
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ll-r front rowl standing-captain Anita Hagenbuch, Pat Little, Kim Palchikoff, Melanie Nichols, Kathy Rabun, Sharon Rice, Ann Garmon, Carla
Robbie, Nancy lpson, Kathy Varian, Susan Flower, captain Gail Karon 2nd row Debbie Grobman, Lori Nelson, Roberta Morgan, Nancy Colbert,
Francie Hart, Vicki Paterno, Cheryl Jessup, Margaret Brown, Lynn Hunt, Laurie White, Wendy Illo 3rd Pam Garside, Diane Bentley, Jill Jones,
Wendy Jones, Wendy Thorburn, Debbie Dlerkes, Gail Seibert, Jill Stubbs, Peggy Neal, Melanie Sherrel, Danelle Dorsch, Claudia Breslow, Terri
Miller, Laurel Donohugh, Cathy Diedrich
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drill team . . . "active, rewarding
with spirit that inspires."
Under the guidance of Miss Yetter, the drill team had a
most active and rewarding year. They performed in six foot-
ball halftime shows, of which two were C.l.F. games. High-
lights from their shows include a tribute to the moon land-
ing, songs of war, and a novelty Cowboy and Indian show.
The drill team also participated in three parades, including
the televised Huntington Park Parade. Climaxing their sea-
son, they performed the halftime of the televised Foothill-
Tustin Basketball game.
But drill team is not just performing in a football game
or a parade, it is a spirit. It is a spirit which inspires the
surrounding crowd during an assembly, promoting the
school's attitude. lt 'is a spirit which encourages the team
during their hard fought battles. lt is a spirit of pride, know-
ing that the performance was their best. It is a spirit which
will always remain in the heart of every Foothill drill teamer.
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Banner Carriers ileft to rightl front row Joyce Lu, Debbie Chytrus, Pat Hume, Roberta Richardson, Debbie Knox, Jan Miller, Cathie Craig, Cristy '
Degraffenreid, Cathy Coyl row 2-Debbie Corlett, Cheryl Harville, Sheila Meier, Linda Casselman, Michelle Tunnelle, Mary Hansen, Kim Thomas,
Sarah Southworth, Barbara Spwey, Rochelle Bowe l
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add sparkle to
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Banner carriers is a new division of the Drill Team this year.
Twenty girls participated and had all the privileges of Drill Team.
Participating in each football halftime, marching in parades, gath-
-L l ering for dinners, and putting on one basketball halftime constituted
,F the year.
v Banner Carriers consists of twenty girls. Ten of these are ban-
ner carriers and ten are letter carriers. It is the hope of these girls
that this will continue to be a part of drill team of which Foothill will
Majorettes: De Anne Williams
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Debbie Rapport and her horse are "stronger than dirt"
marched on . "
This year The Marching Band has been very active.
They excelled in performing half-time shows at all the FHS
football games. The band also participated in the Tustin
Tiller Day Parade, the Santa Ana Centennial Day Parade,
and in the Huntington Park Christmas Parade, which was
televised live on TV that night.
The band has also performed concerts at Christmas
and in the Spring as well as participating in the Broadway
Review. Also this year, the band had a giant fund-raising
project by performing at McDonald's Drive-ln.
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..marching band members fnot necessarily in orderl
Scott Accongio Janet Cross
Dorothy Acker Mark Day
Dwain Adler Kennet Degraffenreid
Linda Anderson Kathleen Elliott
Linda Barley Randall Franke
Lawrenence Body Frank Fredericksen
Ellen Bracy Suzanne Giese
Steven Broe Don Glefke
Charles Burks Scott Gudmunsen
James Buster Brooks Harrington
Carmen Conte Terry Hart
Walter Corrigan Mary Heath
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"music from the
soul of things"
The Football Concert Bank and Pep Band made an op-
portunity for many musical activities throughout the year. The
Concert Band performed for the Christmas Concert, the Broad-
way Review, and the Annual Spring Concert. The Pep Band pro-
vided music for all the Pep Rallies, as well as away football
games and all home Basketball games.
Concert Band: S. Accongio, D. Acker, D. Adler, L. Anderson, L. Brody, E
Bracy, S. Broe, C. Burkes, J. Buster, C. Conte, W. Corrigan, J. Cross, M. Day
K. Degraffenreid, K. Elliott, R. Franke, F. Frederickson, S. Giese, D. Glefke
G. Gonzales, S. Gundmundsen, B. Harrington, T. Hart, M. Heath, D. Heinly
J. Hollon, H. Holub, G. Karon. D. Kent, C. King, L. Knobbe, G. Leffler, B.
Lewis, P. Little, M. Lund, E. Massaro, K. Miller, J. Millsaps, K. Monahan, B
Monsanto, J. Onyett, M. Palchak, M. Peterson, M. Pickford, D. Pitman, K
Prignore, D. Rapp, L. Ricey, M. Sample, D. Schmidt, J. Schafer, E. Smith
E. Soule, J. Tennant, M. Trotter, J. Tschirgi, M. Ventura, J. Vincent, J. Vogel
B. Waddell, A. Wiss, E. Wienor, D. Williams, G. Winget, R. Yann, J. McGuinn
Pep Band: D. Alder, S. Broe, C. Burkes, J. Buster, W. Corrigan, M. Day, K,
Elliott, F. Frederickson, S. Gunderdsen, T. Hart, M. Heath, T. Hollon, D. Kent
B. Lewis, M. Lund, J. Onyett, M. Pickford. K. Prigmore, D. Rapp, L. Ricey, M.
Sample, D. Schmidt, E. Smith, E. Soule, M. Ventura, B. Wadell, A. Weiss,
First Row- Ron Gunnell, Rhonda Gunnell, Natalie Duquette, Karen Kirkpatrick, Sharon Mueller, Kathy
Varian, Nancy Ipson, Don LeSuer. Second Row- John Cushman, Nancy Arnold, Jean Seymour, Leslie
Sherrell, Kebbie Dierkes, Nancy Englund, Wendy Thorburn, Lyle Rapp. Third Row- Janell Price, Jim
Hicks, Chris Ching, Jim Botaw, Wendy Jones, Grant Sargent, Dawn Dirksen. Fourth Row-- Peter Brown,
Janette Trotter, Lewis Cann, Carel Veenhuyzen, Ron May, Lisa Howard, Steve Hachey.
This is a highly competitive group. Audi-
tions are held in the spring and the prime
requirement is that the student can read,
for the music is usually quite hard. Like con-
cert choir, they perform at the Christmas
Concert, Spring Concert and Broadway Re-
view. Most of the soloists for the Broadway
Review are taken out of Madrigals. They also
do a great deal of performing in the county
on a large scale.
This is a select group of boys and girls who audition every year
in April. The prerequisites include good tone quality, feeling for
rhythm and some reading ability. In the spring, this group usually
performs at private functions inthe greater Tustin area.
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Miller, Valerie Fleasoner, Debbie Brian, Rochelle Bowe, Ann Garmon, Diane Jack, Vicki Paterno. Third Ftow- Sue Newlon, Judy lvanson, Dale
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Hill, Susan Kennell, Judy Pope, Joan Pearsol, Cindi Lund. Fourth Flow John Cushman, Brad amways, I
i Glefke, Bruce Firestone, Greg Poulen.
Smith, Dave Hammond, Don
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L. Gillerstron, S. Golian, N. Green, M. Hart, T. Horowitz, D. C. Christiansen, D. Costello, C. Cray, S. Cruze, P. Davenport, B. Duberly, T. Du-
Karvanwytewe, D. Lester, D. Leung, C. Newman, L. Orth, G. quette, D. Elliott, K. Ewald, K. Farmer, M. Frederick, B. Freelond, D. Goodwin
Osborne, A. Page, L. Paul, C. Rusk, J. Sample, S. Schmidt, K. Gray, M. Hansen, R. Hartwell, K. Hodges, L. Huddleston, M. Jackson, P. Los-
B, Sears, P. Seeley, K. Sinclair, V. Smith, P. Straws, B. Thomp- ledben, S. McCabe, B. McCarthy, S. Miller, P. Moses, L. Olson, P. O'Toole, D
kins, D. Watking, J. Riley, K. Keith, J. Sharf, B. Porter. Perkins, H. Perlson, W. Plumbo, C. Post, E. Potter, G. Poulen, L. Rapp, S. Rickles
S. Ross, B. Spriggs, J. Sutton, L. Swidelson, M. Weber, J.J. Whitacre, G. LaShelle
advanced girls glee
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D. Acker, K. Anderson, M. Ashtuyani, A. Barker, L. Barrett, K. Behrens, B. Bickford, L. Casselman, C. Culver, J. Dietrick, A. Forkey,
M. Grimes, K. Haley, R. Harding, N. Harris, P. Hines, S. Jones, S. Kennel, C. Lafayette, J. Levey, P. Loren, E. Martin, L. Martin, J.
Mason, J. Meisenbadk, C. Might, P. Perrin, P. Premeau, S. Seymour, M. Slaught, B. Sparling, K. St. Leger, K. Tomas, A. Titensor, L.
Twight, B. Varian, K. Vaughn, T. Deitz, C. Kamanski, D. Hackey, K. Schultz, B. Carpenter, K. Rose, S. Rohrs, L. Krugger, L. Parker,
C. Hutchinsen, C. Pederson. L. Wente, D. McDuffee, K. Peck, M. Weiner.
Mr. Doyle sings "She's My Love"
With bright costumes, and boundless energy the seventh an-
nual Broadway Fteview was presented in Walker Gymnasium March
13 and 14. Mr. Edward Doyle, the director, followed his traditional
formula and presented a wide variety of both solo and choral se-
lections. The scenery and props were supplied by the Art Depart-
Chris Swenson did an outstanding rendition of 'lAs Long As
He Needs Me" from "Oliver", Pon May excelled in his interpreta-
tion of 'LA Time For Us" from 'Pomeo and Juliet." and Jim Votaw
changed the pace with a popular arrangement of 'Goin' Out of My
l-lead." Dawn Dirksen certainly would have been chosen by Zieg-
field Follies for her song Ml Can't Give You Anything But Love?
Janelle Price provided one of the funniest comic songs with
her version of l'l'd Rather Be Blue". Mr. Doyle's 'lShe's My Love"
was sung with great emotion and feeling. Other solo numbers were
performed by Lyle Rapp, Jean Seymour, Bruce Firestone and Lisa
Howard. The duets included "Simple Folk" with Sue Newlon and
Peter Brown. as well as "lt's a Nuisance" with Dale Hill and Don
Bryon Cahn, Peter Brown and Carel Veenhuyzen brought a great
deal of laughter with their satire on pollution. The highpoint of the
evening was, however. the annual faculty number where Mr. Webb,
Mr. McWilliams, Mr. Wiseman, Mr. Marzilli and Mr. Kennedy paraded
around the stage to the calls of "Chloe",
Madrigals kept up their outstanding reputation in their two well
choreographed and well staged numbers t'June is Busting Out All
Over" and "Tradition". The perfect culmination of an exciting eve-
ning arrived when the strains of "Aquarius" filled the auditorium.
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and the Finale
What was the purpose of those girls running
around Foothill High's campus in black and gold
checked jumpers and black beany hats? Who
were they? Whether many students knew it or not
they were the busiest girls around. These girls
were known as the Girls' League Cabinet. Girls'
League has become the hardest working club on
campus. The first activity of the year was the
annual Meet n' Eat which helped the freshman
girls to feel welcome and promote friendship
among the girls. At FAKHFAJ, Girls' League sold
Chipper Nuts. With the workdays every Saturday
after the Meet n' Eat, the cabinet was relieved to
know the Christmas Formal "Candy Cane Caper"
came at last. The highlight of the night came
when Blair Bryant and Linda Perryman were
crowned King and Queen. Two weeks before Val-
entine's Day, Girls' League took orders for carna-
tions which were delivered on Friday the 13th of
February. The Cabinet added "Crimson and
Clover" a dance featuring the "Moods" The
dance was filled with an atmosphere of gaiety
and romance even without the stuffed Snowmen
and candy cane stubs. The year came to a dra-
matic close when the new officers were elected
for the year 1970-1971.
Anne Hail, Nancy Meyer, Laurie Franke, Gwen Kreps, Sue Berring, Marg Brown
Sally Barnum, Wendy lllo
up! and away!
Up! Up! and Away! The Girls' League
annual Meet N' Eat began with all the big
and little sisters parading into Walker
Gymnasium. First in the line of events was
a welcome speech given by Gwen Kreps.
The Cabinet members were introduced:
Gwen Kreps as President, Wendy Illo as
Vice President, Laurie Franke as Secre-
tary, Treasurer as Marg Brown, Publicity
was Sally Barnum, Nancy Meyer is
Friendship Chairman, Anne Hall is Sopho-
more Representative and Sue Berring
was Freshman Representative. After a
Burlesque Act the girls stuffed their faces
with any and everything edible, while lis-
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This Christmas, the Knights and Ladies celebrated at-
tending the "Candy Cane Caper" at Golden West College.
Overall, the traditional festivities were an overwhelming suc-
cess. The Don Beats repeated their appearance as music-
makers for the Yuletide season.
Santa Claus danced his way through the crowd spread-
ing cheer among the party goers. The symbolic snowman
was the center of attention as swirling couples saluted his
Craig Grimm, co-captain of the football team escorted
the Christmas Queen and placed the Candy striped crown
upon her head of golden tresses. Blair Bryant, after receiv-
ing an affectionate kiss from Gwen Krepps, co-ordinator of
the dance, reigned over the dance and his court of prin-
cesses, Renee Weinberg, Janet Owen, Jamie Scholnick,
Laura Hastings, Sally Dorsett and princes, Scott Eckerle,
Paul Page, Scott Daniels, Derek Duesler and Kirk Rider.
"beneficial yet social"
The clubs on Foothill's campus play a bene-
ficial yet social role for the student body. This year
has been a unique year in the formation of new
clubs. Yet, the established clubs had an important,
active year also.
Harlequins presented an excellent play, "The
Mouse That Ftoaredj' to an audience that perhaps
did not possess the capabilities that the actors did.
lt was a successful production. Accomplishing a lot
this year was the Key Club who rejuvenated the
backdrop to the Quad stage with a new coat of paint
for productions to come. The mosaic on the gym
is also a result of the Key Club's effort under Kirk
Ryder and Pat Osborne's directions.
C.S.F., California Scholarship Federation, enjoyed
a field trip to Palm Springs Tramway. The trip was
filled with snowballs, hikes, and good company. The
Art Club also enjoyed a lot of outings. They made
sand castles at the beach, went to see "Alice's Res-
taurant," and arranged to see the Van Gogh exhibit.
Records for spirit were completely toppled by
the Pep Club this year. Under Renee Weinberg's
leadership, the Pep Club helped send our football
team to CIF and continued their spirit throughout the
year. Varsity Club's members played an active part
in the fun-filled Donkey Basketball gameg they made
a profit on the fun. A.F.S., American Field Service,
also made a profit on their Sees candy sale drive
to earn money for another foreign student next year.
This year we enjoyed having our Brazilian friend,
Lucia Crispim, be a part of our yearg we sent Janette
Trotter to South Africa and Diane Bentley to Aus-
The Delta Sigma Club proved to be a great thing for teachers.
The members devoted their time unselfishly to be helpful to the
teachers at Foothill. Foothill students should be grateful to another
club, the Biology Club, for the terrariums full of little creatures in the
library. The animals have kept many a student from falling asleep.
The new Horticulture Club helped Foothill by beautifying the grounds.
They built a magnificent fountain on the senior lawn under the
guidance of their advisor, lVlr. Wiseman.
Other new clubs on campus were the surfing Club which met
at Newport Beach, and initiated this year was a unique club, Philos-
opher Kings. Heinousl Another club, the Philosophs, joined the
realms of intellectual pursuit.
The folk concert this year was put on by our Folk Club under
the authority of "Big" Jim Votaw. The Folk Club performed well at
senior breakfasts, and a time when they were appreciated, after
finals. An addition to the Folk Club was the original Busby Boys
who rendered old favorites at various times throughout the year.
Adding foreign flavor were the language clubs on campus. The
French Club held a beef and fondue party with their advisor, Mrs.
Landoe, and an old teacher, Mrs. Alderson. They went to see the
movie "Z" as another activity. The Spanish Club experimented with
Spanish culinary and enjoyed their creations.
The Creative Writing Club presented their annual magazine
filled with original inventive material. Winning awards for their in-
ventive material was the Forensics Club. They performed a Reader's
Theatre and traveled to Palos Verdes and Arizona to compete in
speech tournaments from which they brought home many awards.
The industrial arts clubs had a prosperous year. The Radio
Club installed a teletype system, a weather satellite tracking sys-
tem, and worked on a computer. The Home Economics Club par-
ticipated in a Christmas Cookie exchange and served to give girls
experience in arts of the home. The Future Teachers Club too pro-
vided students a chance to prepare for a future career. They par-
ticipated in a taping project in which they put textbooks on tape for
handicapped students. They took part in a conference at USC and
a field trip to Arroyo school.
Homecoming activities were arranged by the I.C.C., Inter-Club
council, and according to lVlr. Webb, Director of Activities, "the
spirit of cooperation they displayed made the whole year tremen-
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Members: fBack Rowl Diane Douglas, Christy Usatenko, Laurie Schuth, Gail Karon, Gwen Kreps, Renee Weinberg, Sally Dorsett, Lisa Speicher,
Susi O'Neil iMiddle Rowl Kirk Ryder, Jon Weber, Rick Paxsman, Bill Boyd, Derek Duesler, Dave Hammond, Mitch Weinberg, Brian Spofford, Mark
Davis, Mr. Robbins iBottom Rowl Mike Sfregda, Jim Barlow, Blair Bryant, Rick Kail, Craig Carrol, Steve Aston, Clifford Post, Dave Pinkerton
The lnter-Club Council is the collection of all club presidents and class
presidents in a united body. its purpose is to provide communication be-
tween the A.S.B. Cabinet and the many clubs. Their main activity of the
year is Foothills F.A.K.H.F.A.J., in which they provide the backbone for the
days events and dance. The l.C.C. will always be a necessary link in student
government at Foothill.
President .......... ..... B ryan Spoffard
Vice-President ..... ..... J ohn Stevens
Secretary ...,... ..... T oni Duquette
Treasurer ..... . . . Sally Barnum
Historian .. ,....
President ....... ... Rick Haugen
Vice-President .... ..... B ill Boyd
Secretary ....... ... Bill Socha
Treasurer ........ ........ T im Reilly
Sergeant at Arms . . . ........... Ray Gall
Activities ......... . . . Mike Van Dordrecht
Members . . . lTopl Steve Furness, Jim Cushman, Bill Boyd lSecondJ Rick Haugen, Chris Wills, Jim Astor, Bruce Nene-
dal, Bob Speicher, Tim Reilly, Robert Vining flfronti Tom Nitta, Doug Mitton, Mike Van Dordrecht, Conrad Hohner, Bill
Socha, Randy Smith, Dave Klotzche, Steve Paterson, Doug Rothrock, Richard Alderman, Jim Votaw lBottoml Craig
Grimm, Bob Blacklidge
lNot Shownl John Frady, Ray Gall, John Hlmes, Larry Morehead, Barry Osborne, Rocky Schacht, Bill Shambrom
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lTopi Paul Weinberg. Steve Furness. David Primrose, Rick Kail. Bill Socha, Tim Randall,-Mitch Weinberg, Steve Martin lMiddl.eJ Rick Paxman
Dean McCormick. John Stephens, Bruce Nenedal. Paul Page, Steve Paterson, Randy Smith, Mark Stanley, Tim Underwood, Chip Ristuben lBot-
toml Stuart Rose, Peter Cleary, Blair Bryant, Mike Reilly, Brian Kenhausen, Rick Rodewald, David Martin, Matt Marshall, Derek Duesler.
Not Shown: J. Bird, S. Yamaguchi. R. Thiele, S. White,
B. Rodewald, B. Wadell. T. Falbo. P. Osborne. K. Ris-
tuben. J. Anderson. G. Ball, D. Howard. J. Wheeler. B.
Boyd, R. Schulte. R. Gall. B. Osborne. J. Votaw. K.
President ...... .. Derek Duesler
Vice-President . . . . . Pat Osborne
Secretary .... . . Paul Page
Treasurer ........ . . . Ray Gall
Sergeant at Arms ,. ,.. Bill Boyd
Advisors ....... .... M r. Ward
When I found out in my chem class on December 9,
1968 that l had been matched up with a family in Cape
Town, South Africa, l really had no idea what to expect.
South Africa is about as far from California as it is pos-
sible to go, and because of that, people here tend to be
either uninformed or misinformed about the country.
Through A.F.S. and my wonderful South African family
Dr. and IVlrs. Rex Wilson and Patrick, Rory, Sass and
Seamus, I feel that I have gained a better understanding
of South Africa in particular and Africa in general, and a
far-away land far-outi place and its people have cap-
tured a very soft spot in my heart.
Hello, I am Lucia Crispim from Goiania-Goias, Brazil.
I am really glad to be here sharing with you this year at
Foothill. Many things have made this year great for me.
The students, the teachers, the activities, and spirit have
made it memorable.
l'd like to tell you also, how great it is to be living
with the Tschirgi family which feels like my own.
Maybe a year seems a long time, but this one is going
so fast that l'd like to make it longer.
I have learned a lot, not only about the United States,
but also about me. l'll never forget this wonderful ex-
perience that you offered me.
lBack Flowl Cindy Post. Stephanie Bryant. Krik Ryder. Janette Trotter, Richard Maddox. Ada Contraras. Kathy Craig. Lila Feigakolmann fMiddle
Ftowl Bucky Craig. Fran Hart. Sandy Seely, Mimi Kadin, Molly Kadin, Judy Tchirgi, Lisa Lander, Vicki Paterno, fFront Howl Melissa Trotter Debbie
Gerding, Lucia Crispium. Kim Palchikoff.
"walk together, talk together all ye
people of the earth and then,and only
then, shall ye have peace."
The American Field Service is the only world-wide or-
ganization here on Foothill Campus. lt is an opportunity for
the school to expand its relationships with other countries of
the world and to be a home for a foreign student for a year.
The purpose of the club is to provide friendship and a help-
ing hand to our foreign friend.
This year at Foothill we are also hosting more foreign
exchange students through the t'Youth for Understanding"
Program. They are Jun Guevarra ftopl, Sylvia Rubiao Cleftj,
and Sabina Schroder frightl. The program provides for more
students to learn our way of life and provide Foothill with
more culture from neighboring countries from around the
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Vice-President .. . . .. Mark Strickland
Secretary ....., . . . Dawn Dirkson
Treasurer .. ... Rob Anderson
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Vice-President .,. .. Tim Randall
Secretary ..... ..... J ack Briggs
Treasurer .. . . Matt Marschall
Club Rep .,....,......... Mark Strickland
Members-lStandingl Matt Marschall, Richard Keyser, Derek Duesler, Mike Bennet, John Czach, Jan Tennant, Larry Pauling, Mark Strick-
land, Drake Duesler, Mike Cochrane lBottomJ Rick Lake, Bill Corollo, Rick Rodewald, Tim Randall, Keith Rialson, Steve Cauness, Jack
Briggs, Scott Wolfenden, Bill Rodewald
Hin the early spring Harlequins Club put
on the play The Mouse that Roared which
was a huge success. Later in the season they
presented the play Flowers for Algernon
which also proved to be very popular."
President ....,., .l... S teve Aston
Vice-president ,. ... Judy Tschirgy
Secretary i..... .. Kathy Phelon
Treasurer .....,,.,..... A.. Lisa McKee
Corresponding-Secretary .. ... Judy Wily
Members: lTopi Lori Nelson, Janelle Price, Deddie
Mehrtens, Jill lvlatichok, Roberta Morgan Clvliddleb Jill
Fisher, Penny Moses, Susan Kasparian, Carl Turlve,
Judy Tschirgi, Steve Aston. Sandy Seely. Deborah Rog-
ers, Lisa Tusk, Darla Denardo. Shelley Wolfe lBottomJ
Laurie Jeffs. Elaine Bradley, Laurie Briggs, Bobbi Por-
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Secretary-Treasurer ...... Mary Beth Murrill
Advisors ,.,.i. Mrs. Wright and Miss Bomar
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Members: tTopi Bob Thiele,
Rick Dedrick, Steve Yama-
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Yuenger, tBottomJ Sabina
Schroeder, Bill Lewis, Frank
Frederickson, Jill Paxman,
Francie Hart. Cathy Olson,
Debbie Gerding, Cindy
Post, Laurie Kibbee. Chris
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Kris Hansen. Micki Schmitt,
Bill Craig. Mark Davis,
President .,...., .... M ary Davis
Vice President . . . Robert Theile
Secretary .,... Chris Schendel
Treasurer . . Chris Schendel
Activities . . , ,... Bill Craig
President ..... . . Rick Paxman
Vice-President .. .. Toni Duquette
C I Treasurer ..., ... Blair Bryant
Activities ... . .. Paula Baker
Publicity . . .... Steve Sweet
Members: Steve Brose, Rebecca Champion, Sandi Carpenter, Sheri Cooper, Debbie Corlett, Cathy Diedrich, Natalie Duquette Cindy Easton
Yashin Frost. Francine Harris, Martha Hartmann, Jan,Ress, Jessica Hueter, Laurie Jeffs, Mimi Kadin, Jill Matichak, Elke Meir Jeff Newland
Cathy Olson, Anna Paul, Jill Raxman, Linda Profot, Roberta Richardson, Robin Risonberg, Lynette Shaw, Vicki Shaw, Jane Smisek Frances
Hart, Judy Kreiman, Steve Patterson, Dotty lpson,
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Vice President .,. Peter Bueohe
Secretary .... Valerie Fteasoner
Treasurer ..,. Laurei Donohugh
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. . ,....., Doris Sauter
. . . Steve Brannon
,.. ... Gergia Beeman
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Members-Stan White, Kim Titensor, Denis Pope, Sally Barnum
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Vice-President ,. .. Mitch Weinberg B iiii
Secretary ..., . . Robin Wilson
Treasurer ... ... Bret Holter W it
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Lisa Lander. Carolyn Flinshaw, Diane
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Vice-President ....... .... P eter Strfan
Secretary-Treasurer .... ..... D an Podell
Advisor ...................... G. B. Ward
Back Row: Allan Alavdkin, Dan Podell, G. B. Ward, John
Ford, Steve Hardgrove, Ken Ballenger, iFrontJ Boris Leuck,
Martin O'BIack, Barry Klein, David Hiles, Steve Broe,
CBackl Kerrie Byrne, Vicki Bryan, Janet Sutton, Cas Panos, iMiddleJ Chris
Chandler, Laurie Hendrix, Debbie Custovich, Kathy Ford, Karen Linbille,
Susie Beesmeyer, Patti Champion, lFrontJ Lynn St. Lawerence, Marsha
Carl, Jill Rose, tFloorJ Kathy Noe, Sue Carrell, Cathy Craig.
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Publicity Chairman ...
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Members: Diane Brown, Patti Champion, Cathy Coxen, Diana Duff, Nancy Englund, Susan Ewald, Cass Panos, Anna Paul, Jill Rose, Ellen Rosen-
berg, Allyn Snyder, Elizabeth Taylor, Allison Moore, Cindy Ealon, Kim Lane, Nancy lpson, Peggy Fried, Debbie Gerding, Denise Bigelow, Walter
Corrigan, Sue Cutting, Hannah Daley, Lynn Green, Kathy Holl, Terry Holl, Cindy Post, Carol Darlington
Future Teachers of America has been involved in various activities
this year. They taped history books for the educationally handicapped.
The group observed modern methods of teaching at Arroyo School.
Some of the members attended the F.T.A. annual conference at U.S.C.
As a group they feel they have gained much in their understanding of
Vice-President ...... . . Christy Usatenko
. .. .. Susan Kasparian
. . .... Eileen Easton
Publicity Chairman . .
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Rohrs, Sheila Zwlrn, Julie Sinit-
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Vice-President . . . ..... Tim Butler
Treasurer ...... . . , Doug Schwartz
Secretary . . . . . Mary Beth Murrill
Advisor ........................ Mr. Cook
Members-Linda Clark, Boris Lueck, Sarah Newall, Rita
Brown, John Schade, Martin O'Black, Jim Gittelson,
Mark Benton, Bill Wodiske, Rex Cantrell, Rick Kail,
Stephie Bryant, Terry Arnold, Tom Usatenko, Rod
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l,inda Campbell, Nancy Ca-
ples, Mark Conzelman, Mi-
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gelo, Steve Duquette, Jim
Estes, Chris Johnson, Randy
Johnson, Cindy Jones, Nancy
Lahr, Scott Landwehr, Janis
Lemieux, Karen Merrill, Gary
Morrell, Shirley Weber, Brian
Witbracht, Jerry Woods, Bill
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but nutria, they've never seen
an animal like you."
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If you think you dare not, you don't
lf you like to win. but think you oan't.
lt's almost a cinch you won't.
if you think you'Il lose, you're Iostg
For out in the world we find
Success begins with a fellows will:
lt's all in the state of mind.
lf you think you are outclassed. you are
You've got to think high to rise.
You've got to be sure of yourself
Before you can win a prize.
Life's battles don't always go
To the stronger or faster rnang
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Roberts, Kevin Harding, Jim Martin Third row: Greg Lindstrom, Mike Szkaradek, Jim Cushman, Rocky Schacht, Doug Rothrock, Randy Smith
Fourth row: Wheeler Birdwell, Rick Haugen, Jim Votaw, Bob Speicher, Bruce Nenadal
black 8. gold machine roars to no. 1 in county
FoothiIl's varsity football team enjoyed their greatest season ever in 1969. They compiled an amaz-
ing 11-1 ledger, including 11 in a row, the best in the school's history.
Before the football wars commenced Foothill was listed as a co-favorite with Orange and Villa Park
for the league title. Before the season reached the halfway point it was apparent that the final regular
season game between the Foothill and Orange elevens would be a showdown for the Crestview cham-
pionship. When the dust settled the Knights had their second league title in three years by virtue of their
38-12 clincher and the Panthers had to evacuate by ambulance.
Foothill placed eight members on the Register's all-league team in reward for their relentless and
successful march to the title.
Selected on the first offensive team were end Craig Grimm, tackle Bruce Nenadal, guard Doug Roth-
rock, quarterback Bob Blacklidge, and halfback Bob Speicher.
Heading the defensive squad were end Bill Shanbrom, linebacker Speicher, and halfbacks Jim Vo-
taw and John Fletcher.
Head coach Ed Bain was named the Crestview League Coach of the Year, duplicating the honor
he received in 1967 when the Knights also won the league championship.
Despite these credentials, the experts were not awed by the Foothill machine going into the CIF play-
offs. However, before they were eliminated in the semi-finals by Bonita they earned the respect of every-
body. Their convincing victories over Rolling Hills and Neff, the second and seventh rated teams in the
3A division, proved the Knights' argument with an exclamation point.
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Kaiser. Jim McKinnon. Jim Crowther. Wayne Templin. Mike Van Dordrecht Peter Bueche Third row: Mike Jackson
Carmen Conte, Mike Cecchini. David Primrose Fourth row: Bob Blacklidge, Craig Grimm, Bob Hoyt, Mike McCray1
John Fletcher. Bill Shanbrom
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bee's finish third
Although hampered for over half the season by injuries,
Foothill's Bees' succeeded in compiling a respectable 7-2
record. Even with Most Valuable Lineman and Co-Captain,
John Spurzem, out for five games, and three other starters
out for four games, the Bees placed third in the Crestview
Sharing honors with John was Most Valuable Back Tom
Steffy, surely a valuable addition to next year's Varsity team.
ln addition to their fine season, the Bee's put together a
true team effort to defeat arch-rival, Tustin, 14-0.
Bottom row-Mike Falbo, Glen Bradley, Tom Steffy, Mark Sloan, Rick Jacobs, Rich Cohen, Buss Little, John Zisch, Dave Williams. Second row-
Rich Tiritilli, Joe Taylor, Rick Lemieux, Andy Opfell, Keith Speed, Nate Good, Dave Bunch, Alan Korn. Third row-Jim Jentges, Curt Tiffany, Bruce
Kinosian, Pat Egan, Ted Luen, Steve Clark, Paul Schact, Bob Courtney. Fourth row-Brian aLhr, Terry Noland, Jack Owen, Brad Samways, Tom
Wilkins, John Spurzem, Bob Gail, Kevin Smith. Not shown Chris Day. Coaches Zeich and McWilliams.
Front Row-Marvin McCabe, Mike Champion, John Wilson, John Menig, Bill Yedor, Dave Kanno, Mike Sfregola, Clay Rossman, John Nahigan.
Marc Keeler, Dave Maizland, John Capozzoli. 2nd Row-Jeff Anderson, Bob Moen, Phil Christ, Mo Weir, Scott Helton, Mike Ross, Bill Duberley,
Jeff Johnsrud, Dan Rabun, Joe Chambers, Brad Chilcote, Randy Swift, John Hohener, Andy Katnik, Marc Dierkes. 3rd Row-Mike Palchak, Bob
Perryman, Harold Scott, Kevin Monohan, Ed Laird, Stephen Reilly, Brad Meinert, Marc McKinley, Bob Bader, Craig Eadie, John Gullon, Dave
Szkradek, Ken Day. 4th Row-Coach Tratar, Brian Fujimoto, Marc Bennett, Don Brown, Robbie Gibbs, John Bridston, Jim Sardo, Kim Heinle,
Brian Woelford, Joe Cueto, Bruce Todd, Jeff Gormin, Coach Wagner, Mark Thorpe. Not Shown-Managers Doug Heath and Bob Templin. Not
cees tie league leading ,
The Cees ended their season on a high note this year by tying the
league leading, Orange Panthers 6-6. This brought their league record
Kim Heinle quarterbacked the Knights through the season often times
throwing to ends Mike Champion and Dave Szkradek. When the Knights'
running game was instigated, they went to their running backs Scott Helton,
Bob Moen, and Robby Gibbs, who often made substantial gains behind
the aggressive blocking of linemen Mike Sferegola, Andy Katnik, Jim Sardo, Sfelmeft Fiei"Y-leading interceptor
and Jeff Gormin.
The defensive unit of the Knights was led by linemen Mike Sfregola, Andy Katnik, and by Stephen Reilly. Defense
seemed to be a big factor in a couple of games. In the Tustin game, a punt was blocked by Mark Dierkes and grabbed
by Mike Sfregola, who ran 45 yards for a TD. Another big defensive gem was made in the Orange Game as the Panther
quarterback went to the air, and the endzone, for a sure Panther touchdown. Fate saw it differently as Stephen Reilly
intercepted the pass and galloped 105 yards, endzone to endzone, to tie the score at 6-6.
Most valuable player awards, for the mini-Knights went to Andy Katnik, for lineman of the year, and Bob Moen for
the back of the year.
Leading ground gainers were Scott Helton and Bob Moen. Scott Helton also scored the most points. Stephen
Reilly had the most interceptions on the year and also, along with Robby Gibbs, most yards on punt returns. Greatest
yardage on kickoff returns was by Andy Katnik and Bob Moen.
Even though the mini-Knights did not smash all league competition, they kept a strong desire to win, and despite
some injuries to several key players, they kept fighting for daylight. Due mainly to the never ending yelling of coach Trat-
tar saying, "Stick 'em boys, stick 'em."
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Pauling, Bill Smith, Doug Moon, Ward Krause.
varsity water polo-runners-up
in league competition
This year's water polo team was paced by Crestview League
co-player of the year Chris Wills. Chris was also named Knight of
the Year and given an honorable mention in CIF and the high school
All-American lists. He was the teams leading scorer. The Knights
compiled an 11-8 record playing many outstanding high school
water polo teams, making them runners up in the league.
Other outstanding players on the squad were Bob Cutting-
goalie, Steve Furniss-forward, Bill Smith-guard, Dave Hansen-
wing, and Steve Weber-guard.
With four of the seven starting players returning, next years
prospects look extremely bright for the tank men who will be sched-
uling some of the top water polo teams in CIF. Sophomores Dave
Sodaro and Bill Smith will add great depth and experience to next
Bottom Row-Mike Stasney, Scott Huntsman, Kevin Shaw, Bill Geyer. Top Row-Perry Se-
cor, Matt Cohen, Mike Hastings, Mark Green, Dave Gibbs.
strong cee team
Foothill's small but mighty Cee water
polo team dropped one league contest to
place second in the league. Their strong
team spirit led by player of the year Rod
Stracken netted them an overall record of
5-1 in league play. The team, though
small, has produced fine people for next
year's Bee team, as well as this year's
The team was led by Freshman Rod
Stracken, Randy Vogel, Bob Bone-brake,
Kim Palchikoff, and sophomores Tommy
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fourth in the league, proved to be true
competitors to their opponents in league
play. This season Mike Hastings was
voted by the team as the most outstand-
ing Bee player. While the teams high
scorer was Perry Seccor, with Mike and
Perry working together they completed
most of the teams scoring plays. The
most exciting game was against Los Ami-
gos when the mighty Bees crushed their
opponents 19-12 for a Knights victory.
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Eric Smith. Top Row-Bryan Wolfe, Tom Streeter, Bill Southworth, Kevin Keyzer, Tom
Blanton, Don Quayle, Rick Blethen.
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Top Freshmen, John Murray and Larry Gerich lead the race.
Alderman finished strong at Orange County invitational.
Phil Zahnie most valuable JV, races on to victory
Foothill harriers starting the year off winning a quad-
rangular meet against Irvine League Champions Santa
Ana Valley, Saddleback, and Santa Ana High, raced
strong in dual meet competition.
Rounding out the top varsity positions were Ken Rob-
bins, Richard Alderman, Brad Fowler, Tim Reilly, Robert
Vining, Joe Wilson, and Steve Patterson, who was
chosen "Knight of the Year."
The Varsity Team, though laden with early-season in-
juries, still managed to finish the year with a seven win,
three loss record. A few season highlights were when
Tim Reilly placed at National Posted Times with a record
board time, and when Steve Patterson made All-County.
Led by "Most Valuable JV" Phil Zahnie, "Most lm-
proved" Bill Lewis, Rudy Vega, and Mark McLaughlin,
the Junior Varsity won their division at the Orange
County Invitational, and finished the season with a fine
eight win, two loss record.
Frosh-Soph Team finished with a seven win, three
loss record. Outstanding individuals were Mike Vega who
was chosen "Most Valuable Frosh-Soph", John Murray,
The Freshman Team also won their division at
Orange County Invitational, and finished second at the
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Bottom row-Tom Messina, Mike Vega, Steve Champion, Steve Van Meter, Tim Reilly, Steve Patterson, Richard Alderman, Dan Murray, Rudy
Vega, Craig Whaley. Second row-Mel Melilli, Randy Jeffs, Don Ross, Tod Fearer, Steve Garich, John Murray, Pat Coxon, Steve Melilli, Brad
Bode, Ken Robbins, Joe Wilson, Robert Vining, Brad Fowler, Andy Melilli, Phil Zahnie, Keith Sneden, Bill Lewis, Mar McLaughlin, Steve Desotell,
Al Melilli, Stan McCurdy, Mike Flanagan.
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This year the Knights registered a superb 21-6 overall record, equalling the best won-loss record in Foothill's his-
tory, set the previous year.
ln pre-season play, the Knights grabbed the Valencia Tournament title and the consolation championships in the
Orange and Santiago invitationals.
With Bill Boyd, Steve Peterson, and Craig Grimm anchoring the boards, the Knights opened league play as the
team to beat, and on their home court they did not disappoint anyone. Their record in Walker gymnasium was an
But 3 losses in the snakepits of San Clemente, Orange, and Villa Park denied Foothill their chance to successfully
defend the Crestview crown. The Knights finished with an 11-3 mark, second only to Villa Park's 12-2.
Their second place ranking in the rugged Crestview League earned them a CIF playoff berth.
Behind Boyd's 19 points and a defense that forced numerous turnovers, the Knights smothered La lVlirada in
route to a 54-51 first round triumph.
ln the second round, the Santiago Cavaliers surged in front at the start, but they had to withstand a furious fourth
quarter Foothill rally to eliminate the Knights, 58-44.
Knight of the Year Bill Boyd was named to The Registers all-Orange County first team at the season's end, com-
plimenting an earlier honor naming him among the top 100 high schoolers in the nation.-
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Van Camp, Bob Williams, Coach Robbins.
j.v.'s looking up
to next year
Coach Dick Robbins' JV team got off to a slow start
this season, but came on strong to finish with a 7-7
league record. In pre-season action, the JV's captured a
second place trophy in the Santiago Holiday Tourna-
ment. Despite the fifth place league finish, the JC cagers
played extremely well, and all losses were by very few
points. This year's squad had many fine prospects for
coming Varsity seasons. Among these were Bob Wil-
liams, Tom Steffy, Don Owen, Bill Neilson, Jim West,
Dennis Murphy, and Steve Felton, but all players had
great spirit and confidence in the team. Under Mr. Rob-
bins' fine coaching, next year's JV team should place
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Cohen getting ready to break.
Bottom row: Mike Stastny, Rich Cohen, Pete Bower, Tom Davderdale, Dave Kanno. Middle row: Coach Sny-
der, Gus Alagna, Bill Carollo, Dave Netztosia, Glen Bradley, Top row: Sam Peek, Pat Egan, Greg Pence, Russ
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bee's prove a
will to win
Coach Snyder's Bee Basketball team
proved time and time again that they had
the desire to win. Despite several key
players having to "retire" for various rea-
sons, they fought to win. Losing two
starters is usually bad news, but our bees
lost two fine players after their first en-
counter with Tustin. They regrouped and
came back the next game to beat El
Modena 35-30. Another "comeback" win
came after a memorable game with Mis-
sion Viejo. Our bees came back to rip
The team ended the season on a win-
ning note, howeverg as they beat Orange
58-57 in a thriller, with four Goothill play-
ers fouling out of the aggressive game.
The nucleus of the bee team was com-
prised of guards, Rich Cojen and Bill
Carollo, center Russ Little, and forwards,
Pat Egan and Greg Pence. Sam Peek,
Pete Bower, Dave Kanno, and Glan Brad-
ley.also contributed heavily. Little led in
both scoring and rebounding. He aver-
aged 8 rebounds and nearly 13 points a
game. Cohen led in assists. Although
the bees did not take the league, they
proved that they wanted to win. Hey, Var-
sity, look who's coming.
Bottom row: Dave Price, Mike Anderson, Dan Rabun, Bob Moen. Second row: Steve Reilly,
Gerald Perkel, John Caphozoli, Joe Chambers, Ron Munds. Third row: Andy Catnik, Phil
Christ, Harold Schot, Randy Scholnick, Lester Littleman. Fourth row: Steve Shaw, Doug
Carter, John Colan, Jay Beesemyer.
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cee's top honors
The Foothill High Cee Basketball team
took top honors in the Crestview League
this year by compiling a 12-2 record in
league play. This is the second straight
year that the mini-Knights have won the
This years team worked well together,
with a team revolving around center Har-
old Scott, forwards Jay Beesemeyer and
John Cullen, and guards Mike Anderson
and Bob Moen. Harold Scott and John
Cullen led the team in rebounding, while
Bob Moen and Harold Scott led it in scor-
ing. Frequent subs were, Tom Strobel,
Doug Carter, Ron Munds, Scott Thomas,
and Stephen Reilly. Their play also
Perhaps this years "biggest" win for
the mini-Knights came when they beat
Mission Viejo 56-48, on Mission's home
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court. Mission, at that time, was the only
team that had defeated our cees in
league play. lne cees pulled to an early
18-6 lead after the first quarter. They
never looked back. Scott and Moen led
the scoring with 15 points apiece.
Our cees later lost to Orange, making
their league record 12-2. ironically they
only lost their first and last games. Con-
gratulations Coach Poston, for a job well
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"Sweetheart" Mayerhoffer works his way out of a tough position.
Joe Taylor wrestles opponent to his back for a pin.
Top row: Rich Martin, Joe Terenti, Jim Hatter, Gary Vitolo, Joe Colubo, Joe Taylor, Fred Mayrhofer. Middle Row: Bob Rahauser, Doug Ma-
Caulley, Dale Craddock, Mark Day, Cliff Jarmie, Randy McKinnon, Kirk Mills. Bottom row: Wayne Garner, Ron Youngman, Richard Myers,
Jack McDaniels, Mo Weir, Dan Murry, Bill Yetter, Robert Philips.
Coaches Wiseman and Bain look on with great emotion.
wrestling team: getting better
all the time
The FHS Wrestling squad finished up its' 1970 season look-
ing forward to next year, when the future promises to be brighter.
Varsity grappler Randy McKinnon took third in league,
while Fred Mayrhofer captured fourth place. Cliff Jarmie and
Mark Day were unable to wrestle due to injuries.
The team, struggling against handicaps from the start, has
improved consistantly and is expected to be a strong contender
within the next two years. With almost the entire squad return-
ing next season, and Mr. Wiseman taking over the supervising
reins handed down by Coach Bain, the team promises to be, in
Coach Wisemans words, "tough in the years to come."
Team Captains Randy McKinnon and Fred Mayrhofer have
been the mainstays of this years squad, along with Cliff Jarmie,
who has come through with some clutch victories throughout
With an important escalation in the Wrestling program, FHS
wrestling fans may look forward to a contending squad in the
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Bob Speicher at bat.
Co-Captain Conrad Hohener throwing for the third out.
Bob Blacklidge executing fast bali.
Co-Captain, third baseman, Mike Van Dordrecht.
With an impressive list of returning starters, headed by
All County pitcher Bob Blacklidge 4.353 ave.J, leading hitter
and All League second baseman, Conrad Hohener 4.400
ave.l and All League shortstop Gary Jackson 1.272 ave.l, the
'1970 Knights should be in excellent position to contend with
Mission and El Modena for the title in the tough Crestview
This years ball club is loaded with good hitters and ex-
ceptional speed. In early season competition, a powerful
offense has been the key. Third baseman, Mike VanDor-
drecht, catcher Doug Adams, and second baseman Hohener,
Blacklidge heads the mound corps, and if Bob Hoyt can
come through with a few victories, the Knights should be
tough to handle. Consistent defense seems to be the only
problem that must be overcome.
Top Row: Wheeler Birdwell, Bob Busbee, Bob Hoyt, Mike Maes, Bob
Blacklidge. Middle Flow: Rocky Schact, Dennis Bader, Doug Adams,
Mike Van Dordrecht, Mike Szkaradek, Rob Tuvell. Bottom Row: Bill Bus-
bee, Conrad Hohener, Doug Mitten, Gary Jackson, Dennis Clause.
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junior varsity rips up the field:
returners strengthen next years squad.
Strengthened by a solid frosh-soph team, along with several outstanding frosh
prospects, the Junior Varsity baseball team looked forward to a highly successful
campaign in 1970.
Pitching was the strong suit of this year's team. In early season ball games, Russ
Little and Mike Champion pitched well. Heavy hitting catcher John VanDordrecht,
backed by Paul Schact, strengthened a solid infield led by Captain Mike Falbo at short-
stop, and Ken McCabe at third base. Sophomore Pete Cooper patroled in the out-
Coach Trater stated that in early season competition the major problem was con-
sistent hitting. lf this problem is solved, by next year the Junior Varsity should be at
the top, challenging defending champion Tustin for the title.
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3 According to Coach Marzilli, the 1970 Frosh-Soph base-
if ball team was very young and inexperienced. The line-up
was bolstered by only one returning letterman.
The infield consisted of first baseman Ernie Albright,
second baseman Bob Moen, shortstop Mark Dierkes, third
baseman Pat McDonald, and catcher Jim Sardo. Coach
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g..? ig i one to watch. Backing the infield was a very fine all fresh-
e ' - Q he ' man outfield. In left was Dave Szkaradek, in center John
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Top Row: Coach Marzelli, Mike Oroza, Ernie Albright, Jim Sardo, Steve Clark, Gus Alagna, Wayne Melanson, Dave Szkaradek, Bob John-
son. Middle Row: Pat McDonald, Stu Malmgrem, Harry Scott, Bill Geyer, Ed Laird, Bob Moen, John Tate. Bottom Row: John Bridston, Bill
Hanses, Dan Vogelyang, Mark Dierkes, Rudy Rita, John Nahigan, John Hohener.
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row: Tom Zurn, Brad Aris, Bruce Bjornson, Gary Gilman, Dean McCormick, Paul Weinberg,
Keith Sndden. Third row: Coach McWilliams, Doug Wilson, Scott Daniels, Bill Shanbrom,
Eric Price, Larry Bishop, John Stephens, Greg Wanlas. Not shown Tim Underwood.
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This year a new face has taken up the challenge to organize
a winning team in the annals of Foothill Tennis. The players refer
to as "The Tartar" but you'll recognize him as Coach McWilliams.
Having lost 7 out of his 8 varsity starters from last year, has filled
his positions with young but strong players.
"With the ability and desire to work hard," said Coach McWil-
liams, "we're strong contenders inthe league."
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golf team tees off
The Golf Team scored three quick wins, and showed
why there is hope for the first League championship in
four years over perennial powers San Clemente and El
Modena. The Knights crushed Katella in a pre-season
match and slipped by Mission Viejo and Villa Park. At
press time their record stood at 2-0 in league, and 3-0
The team was led by seniors Stuart Bose and Bill
Greschner, returnees from last years' league contenders,
who are anchored in the no. 1 and no. 2 spots, respec-
tively. Seven other players give the Knights the overall
depth necessary for a strong team. Senior Carmen
Conte and junior Jeff Brown played consistantly in the
three and four positions, while senior Mike Reilly and
sophomores Chris Jordan, Dan Rabun, and Dave Wil-
son competed as fifth man, or higher, when called upon.
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Rose, Jeff Brown, Mike
Rielly, Chris Jordan.
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varsity wins fourth
league title in a row
Paced by two-time High School All-American Steve
Furniss the Foothill Varsity Swimming team continues as
one of the area's strongest aquatic forces. With two fine
Freshman swimmers in Rod Strachan and Randy Vogel, plus
Sophomore sensations Bill Smith and Dave Sodaro, our fu-
ture is indeed bright. The record for the year was 10 wins
and 2 losses. The losses were to C.l.F. Champion Corona
del Mar and Sunny Hills. Steve Furniss was the outstanding
swimmer in C.l.F. and won the 200 yard Individual Medley
and the 400 yard freestyle to become the first swimmer ever
to win 2 events as a freshman and sophomore and two asia
junior in C.l.F. history. The tankmen downed Palos Verde
for their first dual meet loss in two years. The success of
this team can be attributed to dedication and hard work.
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Top Ftow: Tommy Blanton, Steve Pohle, Kevin Keyser, Don Quayle. Bottom Row: Eric Smith.
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Among the hardest working and most
spirited teams in the sports program this
year was the Bee swimming team. After
a long and hard training program at the
beginning of the year the Bees were
really "ready to do a job" as Coach De-
Long would say. And indeed they did
come through with a highly successful
season, highlighted by some very fine
performances. At the head of these per-
formances were the medly relay team
made up of Mark Green, Mike Hastings,
Perry Secor, and Steve Weber. These
four qualified for CIF and missed the fi-
nals by three tenths of a second. Coach
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give any team a great meet. They
placed 4th at the C.l.F. Relays
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defeated season in dual meet
competition. With Rod Strachan
and Randy Vogel able to swim
Cees when needed, our little
guys are very strong. Tom Blan-
ton, Bob Bonebrake, Rich Ble-
then, Jay Palchikoff,-Bill South-
worth and Steve Pohle were oth-
ers who added to the success of
our Cee Swim Team.
Top to Bottom: Mike Hastings, Foster Johnston, Perry Secor, Scott Huntsman, Kevin Shaw.
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Front Row: imgrj Robert Himes, Cmgrj Keith Yount, Kevin Donovan, Doug Rothrock, Randy Smith, Jim Votaw, Mark McCandless. Second Row:
Al Melilli, John Cushman, Andy Melilli, Rich Alderman, Keith Delorenzo, Jim Cushman, Robert Vining, Steve Patterson, Tim Reilly. Third Row:
Mike Cecchini, John Mackey, Bob Williams, Fred Mayrhoffer, Joe Wilson, Mike Jackson, Bruce Boegeman, Mike Flanagan, Jim McKennon.
Fourth Row: fmgrj Stan McCurdy, Richard Keyser, Brad Bode, Ken Robbins, Tom Lachmar, R.U. Ready, Brad Fowler, Chris Cullen, Peter Wood-
fill, Greg Lindstrom, Gary Roberts, John McGuire.
Votaw hands-off to Jackson in the 440-relay.
excels in league
Starting the year off by annihilating Western
High by 78-40, and destroying Irvine League
power, Santa Ana Valley, by 72-55, Foothill Var-
sity tracksters raced in league competition.
At present, co-captain Mike Jackson, has
gone a fantastic 10.0 in the 100 for a new school
record, 50.6 in the 440, and runs anchor leg in
the 440-relay. Jim Votaw, clocking a 23.1 in the
220, also runs the 100 and fills the third posi-
tion on the 440-relay. Foothill's other fine Var-
sity sprinters are Keith Delorenzo and Bruce
Boegoman in the 100, Rich Alderman and Kevin
Donovan handling the 440, and mile-relay.
The distance events are well covered by the
"Fearsome Threesome", Tim Reilly, co-captain
Robert Vining, and Steve Patterson. Reilly, clock-
ing 2:03.3, is the top man in the 880, aided by 5
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m'le're'aY- Vining, timed ln 4335-9, 'S Pushing the Tim Reilly hits the tape in the mile-relay.
school record in the mile, and Patterson is low-
ering his present school record two-mile, of
9:46.7, every meet.
Randy Smith, heading the hurdles and pole
vault, aids in the 440-relay, and Doug Rothrock
vaults and leads the high jump. Mark McCand-
less, presently jumping 19'6" in the long jump,
is expected to jump much farther.
Heading the weights are Richard Keyser, who
has thrown 50 feet plus, and Jim McKennon in
the shot put, and John Fletcher and Tom Lach-
mar in the discus.
Larry Egbert wins Bee 100.
effort pays off
strong and winning
The Bee track team exhibited a strong and winning ef-
fort this season.
In the distance events Andy Melilli ran the 1320 in 3.23.3.
Sprinter Larry Egbert excelled in the 220 with a time of 24.1
and the 100 yard dash in 10.6. Bob Williams did very well in
the high jump, bounding to a height of 5'10". Williams was
also strong in the low hurdles, running it in a time of 13.7
and the high hurdles in 16.5.
In field events John Spurzem is top man in the shot-put
and discus events, Sophomore Rob Gall vaulted to a height
of 10'6". Jeff Heath and Glenn Bradly dominated the long
jump, Heath making 18'8" and Bradly close behind jumping
18'6". Heath was also a contender in the high jump, making
his best jump at 5'8".
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Top Row: Jim Jentges, Larry Egbert, John Spurzem, Mark Sloan, Terry Nolan, Todd Fearer, Dave Richards, Dave Benid Tom Landerdale
Middle Row: Bill Lewis, Glen Bradley, Rod Mathews, Scott Pfleiderer, Nate Good, John Cushman, Jack Owen. Bottom Row Pat Coxon Bob
Gall, Sam Peek, Jeff Heath, Rudy Vega, Phil Zahnie, Bob Courtney.
Top Row: Jon Menig, Don Brown, Randy Swift, Stephan Reilly, Bob Thomas, Steve Van Meter, Bruce Todd, Mel Melilli, Randydeffs, Chris Pruett.
Middle Row: Jeff Anderson, John Murry,'Jeff Kasparian, Don Ross, Bill Carollo, Dave Anderson, Larry Gerich, Steve Melilli, Mike Bega, Tom
Messina, Tom Wilkens. Bottom row: Tom Tilson, Allen Korn, John Gullon, Bill Yedor, Randy lrwin, Dan Murray, Mike Palchak, Dave Mayland,
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Bruce Todd and Steve Melilli place 1-2 in Cee 660.
records are made to be broken
Foothill's Cee track team, made up of almost all Fresh-
men, did a fine job, as they had already set new records in
Sam Peek now holds the frosh high hurdle record, and
also does the low hurdles clocking 14.7. Tying the frosh
record in the 100 yard dash, Tom Tilson also excelled in
the long jump, jumping a fine 18 feet. Terry Hatter ran the
low hurdles in 14.6, and took on the 100 yard dash in 11.0.
Distance runner, Larry Gerich, covered the 1320 clocked in
The Cee team also excelled in field events, headed off
with pole vaulter Bill Carollo, and Allen Korn. Carollo clear-
ing 10 feet, and Korn with 9'6". ln the long jump, Rob Gibbs
did a fine job, springing 18'6".
Records are made to be broken, and the young Cees
earned many titles and records this season.
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Miller, pam Henderson. Zaret, Kathy Varian, Chris Graham. Middle Row: Pat Shine
Jill Stubbs, Marilyn Miller. Top Row: Katie Miller, Gretchen Beck
The past year must rank among
the most successful and memor-
able that the members of Foot-
hill's G.A.A. has ever experienced.
Those involved in all aspects of
the organization-basketball, hoc-
key, volleyball, softball, tennis,
badminton, modern dance, arch-
ery, swimming, officiating and
synchronized swimming-have put
in many hours of concentrated ef-
fort to make Foothill's G.A.A. suc-
cessful in its athletic endeavors
and recreational purposes.
Mrs. Glasgow Miss Kelley
Miss Herring Miss Powell
Bottom row: fl to rl Tina Summerl, Dottie Miller, Robyn Liebman, Syd Mayrhoffer ,Jaime Scholnick, Gwen Kreps, Nandy Shanahan, Sharon Mar-
cus, Carolyn Jensen, Nanci Mueller, Wendy Walker, Debbie Collins. Second row: Janeen Graham, Denise Wright, Jan Zaret, Janet Owen, Pat
Little, Gail Karon, Anna Paul, Diane Douglas, Third row: Carolyn Cunningham, Chris Graham, Denise Monahan, Cathy Chambers, Ruth Dono-
hugh, Debbie Rapport, Mimi Kadin, Molly Kadin, Paula Baker, Sabina Schorder, Lycia Adams. Fourth row: Kathy Ball, Linda Perryman, Lynette
Shaw, Laura Hastings, Mary Clumeck, Nancy Showalter, Anita Hagenbuch, Sally Dorsett.
Bottom row: T. Perrin, L. Olson, L. Donohugh, L. Franke, V. Fteasoner, T. Miller, C. Schendel, M. Brown, S. Cutting, M. Miller. Second row: B.
Freeland, D. Freedman, S. Lebeau, P. Parkinson, A. Garman, S. Barnum, N. Mossman, C. Craig, C. Lund. Third row: Ft. Sanders, P. Hume, L.
Weinberg, M. Falbo, V. Paterno, K. Hodges. Fourth row:
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Bottom row: L. Dunbar, L. Huddleston, M. Weber, K. Poirier, L. Cleary, B. Boobar, J. Lu, G. Whiz, O. Golly. Second row: M. Jackson, P. Adler,
D. Mehrtens, B. Sparling, J. Cross, M. McKennett, K. Thomas L. Casselman S. Zwirn L. Brewer C Randolph Third row' D Grobman S Ad
ams,'C. Hutchinson, S. Beatty, K. Adams, D. Frady, L. Nelsoh, A. Zandstraf K. Schultz, E. LoBoe Gumm, Meier P: Davergoort, Mills
K. Gllsdorf. Fourth row: J. Paxman, J. McGuinn, F. Tanner, C. Mengos, S. Huson, L. Mitchell, J. Price, D. Preston, C.'Kamanski, R. Little, Fifth
row: C. Ward, M. Mims, P. Henderson, L. Holderman, L. White, B. Osborn, H. Klotzsche, C. Smyth, B, Carpenter.
Bottom Row- C. Peterson, C. Cutting, M. Stillwell, M. Duffy, K. Miller, C. Reilly, S. O'Neal, K. Zeigler, H. Gavin, T. Duquette, A. Page, L. Paul, D.
Williams, A. Forkey, H. Whitney, ,K. Blair. Middle Row- T. Ryder, Ft. Reasoner, M. Hart, B. Varian, D. Rogers, Averbach, L. Holthaus, S. Joe,
S.. Leibman, K. Bird, E. Weinor S. Bering, K, Frohardt, C. Sfregola, L. Legano. Top Row- Miss Herring, J. Arls, D. Evans, S. Sayres, C. Cun-
ningham, D. Kewanwytewa, L. Cooper, D. Heinly, L. Lusk, S. Evander, M. Winchester, L. Barley, K. Gorke, D. Perkins, Fl. Harding, Ellen Bracy,
J. Pearsol, L. Caramango.
f.h.s. g.a.a. does
This has been a year of new
and exciting activites for all G.A.A.er's.
One of G.A.A.'s newest and biggest ef-
forts was started when Foothill initiated
its first synchronized swim show. Modern
dance broadened its scope by presenting
a workshop for all those interested in
learning what Modern dance is all about.
ln March, advisors and members alike
turned their interests from athletics to
a week-end of fun and snow in ldyllwild.
And all of these original activities were
recorded on film by Miss Herring to be
shown and enjoyed at G.A.A.'s final acti-
vity, the banquet has always served to
culminate the entire range of activities
and this year's is bound to be the best.
As in past years, Foothills' female
athletes have done an outstanding job at
all sports days whether it be for team
sports or individual sports: the Knights
were consistently victorious. The All-Star
teams in basketball, volleyball, and soft-
ball have all done excellent jobs in those
invitational tournaments in which they
participated, but, more importantly they
had a great time and represented Foot-
hill well. Foothill's girls organized their
own tournament in the form of the Third
Annual Foothill!Tustin Invitational Swim
meet held for the second year in our pool.
And how can G.A.A. afford to participate
in these activities? Through the proceeds
from the now infamous G.A.A. Sucker
Mention, too, must be given to the ef-
forts made by all members of the G.S.A.
Board-preparation for Sportsdays, Sixth
period inter-class tournament, and attend-
ing all those Board meetings-often miss-
ing dinner at home just for a meeting.
lst row M. Munchkin, J.,Graham, T. Duquette, C. Averbach, M. Poiier, S. Schroeder, L. ,
Dunbar, J. Price. 2nd row D. Wright, S. Dorsett, M. Mims, T. Duquette, G. Beck, K. Ball, l
L. Perryman. l
lst row K. Poirier, B. Carpenter, T. Tyler, C. Breslow, M. Weber, A. Averbach, C. Graham,
M. Poirier, J. Zaret, T. Duquette. 2nd row K. Adams, C. Robbie, D. Wright, J. Graham, J.
Stubbs, S. Dorsett, A. Paul
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Taffy Ryder, Linda Cutting, Carol Petterson,
Robin Wilson, Sara Newall, Second row: Laura
Giampiccolo, Susan Evander, Janet Martin,
Donna Matics, Erin McCalla, Joyce Aris, Third
row: Judy Carlson, Gail Bayless, Kathy Ford,
Ellen Bracy, Kathy Bird, Joll Stubbs, Sandy,
Grun, Fourth row: Evelyn Soule, Stephanie
Bonner, Pam Garside, Cindy Lund, Diane Mar-
.ff cus, Marilyn Miller.
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Roberta Morgan. Second row: Alison Bains, Pam Huson, Pat
Shine, Holly Hollub, Leslie Lucus, Kathy Newbrander, Sandy
Seely, Lori Nelson. Third row: Michelle May, Chris Alvey, Sherri
Elliott, Kevis Bean, Sherry Delahay, Jeri Dietrick, Carol Darl-
mation, Suzanne Giese.
Top Row: Laura Hastings, Kevis Bean, Diane Marcus, Luann Huddleston, Ann
Baltz. Bottom Bow: Pat Little, Tina Summerl, Ann Hall, Pat Shine. Pam Huson,
Lori Nelson, Cathy Myers, Stacy Huson.
Bottom row: Stacy Huson, Sue Cutting, Laurie
Frankie, Second row: Judy Carlson, Evenlyn Soule,
Terra Tyler. Third row: Chris Johnson, Kathy
Varian, Jessica Hueter.
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To the Seniors:
Thanks for being a unique and involved class. While
many hard hours were spent in trying to determine what
would be to your best advantage, I can say in all honesty
that the challenge you provided has been a really reward-
ing experience. l hope that your new plans include time to
return and say hello.
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terry acker martie acton
diana adams doug adams
richard alderman steve allbritain
robert anderson nancy arnold
janeen aron jim aron jim astor
lee aubel dennis bader
robert banner Kemp baker
kathy ball chris barnum linda barrett
alexis barta linda bartholomew susie beesemyer jeff bejach
anita bell ellen benefield
nancy bennett roger bentley laurie berrier bob bice
denise bigelow bob black bob blacklidge
georgia blake bruce boegeman carl boode
eric boode jim boyd elaine bradley
john bradley bob bramhall
linda bransky debra brassey kathy brennan ken brewer
mike brewer jack briggs
diane brown mark brown
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nancy brown neal brown peter brown
vicki bryan blair bryant steve buckles
charles burns todd butler kerrie byrne
linda campbell lewis cann
fred cannon bill cantrell
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nancy caples cathy chambers patty champion Kris chandler
jill Childers Chris Ching jim Christ tom clark
karen Clarke lance Cleary
peter Cleary mary Clumeck nancy Colbert debby Collins
suzanne Collier oliver Colteryahn Carmen Conte
mark conzelman sheri cooper bill cooper
debby corlett Kathi coxon wes craddock
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bill craig jim Crawford
claudia Cray lucia crispim murray c.um terri crum
debbie cruze chris cuilen tim culley
jim Cushman bob cutting hannah daley
scott daniels kathy davis
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ray de angelo pat delaney
keith de Iorenzo debbie dierkes richard dietz
stan doddridge tom doherty
ruth donohuqh sally dorsett diane douglas
brad drake debby drumm derek duesler
diana duff natalie duquette
steve duquette vicki dyer
scott eckerle bruce edens sarah eldridge
janis elliott kathy elliott dale ellis
gary emerson nancy englund jim estes
dana ettlin pat evans
tony falbo terri fatino
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steve finlan bruce firestone debbie firth john fletcher
susan flower rick ford scott ford ellen fox
john frady marilyn fratto
frank fredericksen greg frederking pat freres linda frost
bob fulton ray gall ' tim gaskins
steve gausewitz Suzanne giese jennifer gill
marilyn gill gary gillman steven gilson
iim glauser don glefke
mimi goffstein debbie goodwin doug gordon jan gortz
carol gourlay chris graham jeannine graham
belinda green pat green bill greschner craig grimm
philip grimm jay gronemeyer judy gross
isauro guevarra susie gunderman
ron gunnell ronda gunnell steve hachey
anita hagenbuch ben hall
diane halus scott hamer dave hammond
mike hartman laura hastings jim hatter
rick haugen nanette haumann
chris hawkins mary heath
cindy hofferbert conrad hohener terri holl
bret holter don hows
dean howard lisa howard
melinda hudson jessica hueter dana nuff lynn hunt
pam huson todd huss nancy ipson michael israel
chris jackson gary jackson
mike jackson Iaurie jeffs carolyn jensen carl johnson
chris johnson don johnson patti johnson
randy johnson foster johnston cindy jones
bob jones steve justus mimi kadin
mollie kadin rick kai!
margaret kemeny Iaurie kibbee chris king john klein
david klotzsche steve knisley kristy knox
synde koukal ward krause gwen kreps
bili krupp krena kruppe
nanCY 'ahf Sheila laib
david lampert richard lander
louise landis scott landwehr lars larsen
melinda IGSKG joan leasman cindy le fevre
CLASS FLIFIT: Craig Whaley, Sydney Mavrhofer
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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Stewart Rose, Ruth Donohugh
BEST LOOKING HAIR: Greg Frederking, Pam Streeter
MOST ATTRACTlVE: Derek Duesler. Melinda Wente
BEST DRESSED: Peter Cleary, Melinda Leake
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DONE MOST FOR THE SCHOOL: Kirk Ryder, Cathy Cham-
MOST FFIECKLES: Rod Banner, Debbie COIIinS
EAOST SCHOOL SPIRIT: Don LeSuer, Renee Wein-
MOST ATHLETIC: Craig Grimm, Sally Dorset
MOST ALLUFIING EYES: Billy Shanbrom, Connie Martin
MOST INTELLIGENT: Carel Veenhuyzen, Mollv Kadin
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TEACHERS PEST: Larry Moorehead, Linda Perryman T' -fx
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beauty mark lpart of the total allure of most attractivel
dimples lthose cute little facial indentationsb
the red rose lone of the ploys of the class flirty
the class letter ldenoting exceptional school spiritl
fred lemake janls lemieux
debbie lester don Ie sueur
bill lewis robyn Iiebman carol lillibrldge
robert lindauer tim lindgren pat little
sharon Iosleben bobbi louscher marjorie low
elizabeth Iueck jim Iundquist
john m-HCKGY janet maier
scott manning sharon marcus matt marschall Cgnnie martin
nancy meyer mike makltka ruth mildner
dottle miller sandy miller Kirk mills
steve mitchel doug mitten
barbara moberly denise monahan alison moore
Iarrv moorehead melinda morgan
gary morrell nanci mueller marchelle murray chris mc cabe
mike mc cluskey linda mc cone
steve mc donald
maureen mc kown
carl mc coy colleen mc
mike mC hale lisa mC Kee
mark mc Iaughlin paul mc mullin
ed nance bruce nenadal
susan newland susan newlon tom nittg
pete nobile vaughn nybakken
judy nyman linda o'donnell cathi olson
steve oroza barry Osborne pat osborne
diki ostroski bob ostrow
janet owen paul page
robyn parker steve patterson anna paul
rick paxman bill pearsol linda perryman
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mitch peterson sandy peterson tom pevehouse
kathy Phelan david pickens
butch Dittard j0n pitts
marina pitts cynde plath cliff post charles potter
eric price linda profet joe profita
susan quilty kathy rabun
lee ramlo michael ramstead tim randall
merry rank Iyle rapp debbie rapport
mike reilly rina reta chip ristuben
Ken robbins melanie robbins Stuart YOSG
doug rothrock silvia rubiao
tom ruff risa ruffner julie rupe kirk ryder
elaine Sanchez grant Sargent doris Sauter robert Schater
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bart schalansky debby Schmidt jamie scholnick
Sabine Schroder cassie Schulte Steve Schulze
joyce Schwendemann debbie scott
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beatriz serio jean Seymore
roger shanley veena Sharma
vicky snaw frankie sheflin
candy Sherman randy Sherman
lezlie sherrel judy Shimizu
nancy Showalter julie sinitzin aulfl Synder
randy smith bill socha jirn soderberg
barney sokol bob speicher bryan spofford
dixie spriggs mark stanley
Ieslie steward alayne stoops
sandy stratmeyer pam streeter mark Strickland laurie Strobel
tina Summer! tom sutherland janet sutton glen swedelson
steve sweet mike szkaradek
marilyn tatum cindy taylor elizabeth taylor susan taylor
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matt thuney tom triman janette trotter
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mike van dorcrecht larry varela valerie vaughan carel veenhuvzen
mike ventura pat vermeulen julie vevoda
rob vining sherry vogel jim votaw dave walker
mark walker wendy walker joe Waller
Curt warner Iuanrle Weaver
jon weber shirley weber steve weber
gayle Weinberg mitch weinberg
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renee' Weinberg dan weis
Craig Whalf-PY richard whitnah denise whitney
debbie wilson doug wilson
brian witbracht debbie witt
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scott wolfenden ierrv woods bill wright denise wright
betty jo wylie keith yount
ray yuenger marvin yust
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National Merit Finalists L R, Frank Fredericksen, Peter Brown, Janette Trotter, Mark Davis Ray Yuenger Carel Veenhuyzen
Daughters of the American Revolution Award: Renee
Right: Gemco Scholarship Award,
Bank of America Award Winners: Back Plow L-B, Diane Douglas
Artsg Betty Jo Wylie, Home Economics, Jeanine
Graham, Foreign Languages, Judy Wiley, Business, Mollie Kadin, Mathematics, Linda Perryman, Art, Front Row L-B, Lyle
Flapp, Fine Arts, Bob Ostrow, Trade 8. industrial Arts, Peter Cleary, Social Science, Not shown, Bruce Edens, Mary Heath,
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Los Angeles Times Scholarship Finalist: Carel Veenhuyzen Orange County Decathlon Winners: L-Fl, Marilyn Tatum, Varsity Division, Ruth
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lt has been a pleasure working with the class of 1971 for the
third year. Our class spirit has reached an all time high. I have
observed positive changes in the attitudes and motivations of many
individuals in the class.
What will the members of the class of 1971 contribute to the
future? This is impossible to answer at this time, but l feel that each
individual will be prepared to make a unique contribution and that
his education at Foothill will have given him the best possible
preparation to do this.
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Your sophomore year has proven to be one of change. You
were no longer the scared freshmen who had not reached the
maturity of upperclassmen. Now you face two of the most exciting
years of your life. May I wish you the best of luck in these years
and in the future.
Richard A. Robbins
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Mr. Carl R. Shaner-Asst. Superintendent, Business
Mr. William B. Zogg--Superintendent Mr. Jay lngall-Asst. Superintendent Instruction
Joseph Meier-Asst. Principal Instruction
Dan Holub-Asst. Principal Students
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developing our own potential, but to becoming part of
something greater than ourselves. Let us, through in-
volvement, put our shoulder to the wheel of progress-
that of developing into the fiber that upholds the objec-
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