Foothill High School - Shield Yearbook (Tustin, CA)

 - Class of 1971

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I ,X I Ihlnf Ifdilif IQ 'II -'ff IIT DO AI j I ELM V! I I ' I ' ' Aff Iliff LQ OIL I I' QU LIXIPYI IQUIUQ5 LJMM ,- I 1 f C ,film F 9WD9 5I 632 C QIQIIWI . ACTIVITIES may 940141 ' ' QJFJCJ 0ffL.,sAOW'fa.e M553 Wm J 95055, Jojgfcfcfaffzfff'-1? "Zami 1195 C435-Sn? P+ C-g,,.,,,.l zelfk Clk!-v"f5 H'-PS yiz, UO. I6 QU-,.,5,,'Vj dd- afmw Fffv----v-f1Qef-2 Cilff--"'xax5 .OS WZ io 'bw-L 24.-fss l f-OFM mf'-ff' B+' ffge OLSQTA. i-5-W-2-5 xSP!-Tx' Sw----H-rs. 'jllfj 595 ye-N Goail fue? aw f 9 11 A.S.B. President, Stan White iff K, 1. ' , . V Aj. -Ng.. V .M A.S.B. Cabinet from left: Norman Kachuck, Dean McCormick, Laurie Neale, Laurel Donahue, Gary VanCamp, Steve Yamaguchi, and Jim Franke, Thane Tierney, Mike Sfregola, Paul Weinburg, Craig Correll, Hicks. Andy M il', ra He , n W ' , ' ' , el In Barba lton Sta Activities Coordinator, Mr. Webb hate Debbie Friedman Peggy Communication, The Gool Of The A.S.B. Cobinei This year the A.S.B. Cabinet had deep concern for better communications among the Stu- dent Body. Through the Cabinet Newsletter, "Fireside Chats," Homeroom Representative meet- ings, and the Knight Life, a new rapport was established between the A.S.B. Cabinet and the Stu- dent Body. Besides the progress made among the students them- selves, a new rapport was es- tablished between the A.S.B. Cabinet and the Administration through unstructured meetings and the lntra-District Council. It is hoped that there will be a con- tinuation and expansion of these policies. Thank you for a good year. Stan White A.S.B. President les f f we as X c I ff., W W A c W AW T . , if ,ig fy ,il as T vs .A if i'.' . are g ,M , .c ,ri T1 J -QW H4 use T . T 13 ...LMA Activities section works hard to meet deadline ,f ,, 4 :gi f Proofs approved by Academics. swim! -nw " gr it Iii in if Athletic section ponders over new ideas. i J K 4, T I V-V r Q Qf4i1 V1 ,W-f"""' Shield Stuff Tries New ldecis. Editors .......... Sue Cutting, Fran Goldie Activities Editor ............. Terry Nliller Activities Section ...l.... Andrea Lindsay, Carolyn Clark, Terry Arnold, Sue Thompson Athletics Editor .......... Gretchen Beck Athletics Section .......... Dennis Claus, Carla Robbie, Ann Hall, Jill Stubbs Academics Editor .......,.. Pam Garside Academic Section ....... Claudia Breslow, Laurie Franke, Melissa Trotter, Barbara Elzig, Barbara Spivey, Claudia Gibson Copy Editor ......,..... Claudia Breslow Photographers . . Kevin Shaw, Peter Bueche, Ric Silver, Roger lVlatkin, Joyce Aris, Steve Shanfield, Bruce Parker Advertising ................. Steve Lohr Endsheet . . . ............ Bruce Parker Cover .... ...,. S teve Felton Poetry . . . . . . Lois Tompkins Advisor . . . ..... Nlr. Korich Fran and Sue check yearbook layouts. Q vii fi 5 if m"""lu U L,.. if . .g,vf.,fY-v'f:,-' S, Si-Ports staff, Russ Little, Mike Bejach, David Brandt, editor and Carla Robbie. Photographer Roger Matkins. si . if s fm E, ,, 0,4 ,.,,, Feature Editor Mary Beth Murrill and staff, Louis Sachar. Not shown Jeannie Palmer. TK.:-X Editors Mary Beth Murrill, Gretchen Beck, David Brandt and Editor-in-chief time Chris Day. Not shown, Stan McCurdy, advertising. 4 an , up iw Q .. .,,,,.., iw misss :FA , ,isis fLfn ifdyofjf Gfilwywli-M "7 C99 . ,fi 4 ' Gtfff dw lifjfpv ft 'ifgtfw .E LL QV! News editor, Gretchen Beck and staff, Linda Lovret and Dave Kanno. ot shown, Randy LY E! fs 1 Editorial editor, Kevis Bean and editor-in-chief, Chris Day. l e2i:f F 5 - - x i ,xii I "img ,Sf ww? K 'fffir 'H M .i., ,fi at it , M S - 'iei'-, :fii kgsii avf,g,5f,1i:fasgg:a1, tiez iii, " H K 1 V:'L wigs .14 ,iz-I 'A . . digg K, .iw My 5 ., . ig.: M Ag ,Q ,. - A f es- . ,, . 4 Q-qggiw-efwgl ff A, .--ffgifwfaw.. .1 ' uf M, L, ai. We . - .W .,,,f,,., , .V FA, Q n, I .,E,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,f H.. sig, M' f f A tis" .. ...,...- , as 4, ,, fix iii-f"z-.S '-'lvkff " ' K ,.. , . f. f , K , , fi' . .... -5 -3fi,,,5,g,f,w-V., in . M.i-iuzirl TQ, As,.fg'..,1:+v---.Jew M ,- if ,W . - ,gm -,,- I Q' zwfiigi. , , -4: Q ,,g1,,f,,. K 1: If nmwgfsfi K Mmjgs ,.., A-ff Lf- ' QAM 6, ,,,,. ,. ,bf -H, 'al Knight Life Aids ln Communication Despite a delay in printing of the first issue, the Knight-Life came back and established itself as a means of student communication on campus. With the cooperation of Mr. Frick, Knight-Life was able to discuss controversial issues by illuminat- ing both sides of the subject. Many thanks must be extended to those who put in countless hours of effort and work to make the newspaper staff a productive organization. Gretchen Beck, News Editor, constructed the news page into a responsible source of information, Kevis Bean, Editorial Editor, was responsible for the content of the student opinion page, Mary Beth Murrill, Feature Editor, supervised a section adding creativity and humor to the Knight-Life, David Brandt, Sports Editor, managed the factual coverage of all FHS athletics. But none of this could have been accomplished without the assistance of Mr. Korich, source of invaluable information and guidance, who helped make the Knight-Life what it is today, and what it will be in the future. Homeroom Representatives from the bottom: Row one: Pat Tallon, Matt Schuth, Linda Cutting, Heidi Klotzsche, Debbie Preston, Sue Gumm, Laurie Wooten, Lisa Bjorkland, Gary Ball, Heidi Spar. Row two: Bob Templin, Steve Katnick, Ann Olsen, Rudy Vega, Don Ross, Russ Little, Joy Strick- land, Jackie Ross, Diane Mergell, Debbie Beck. Row three: Rob Gibbs, David Maizland, Joan Mossman, Debbie Cushman, Sue Eckardt, Barbara Elzig, Kim Wil- son, Pete Cooper. Row four: Jim Sardo, Steve Keyser, Phil Christ, Terry Nolan, Dave Primrose, Shelly Weil, Penny Krebs, Fred Mayerhofer. Row five: Carrie Ran- dolph, Mary Jo Strader, Rick Lloyd, Andy Opfell, Jeff Galt. Betsy Peterson, Joe Boggess, Tracy Hope. Row six: Spence Titmarsh, Steve Martin, Pete Woodfill, Richard Keyser, Scott J nw, Huntsman, Linda Gelinas, De J Dee Cook. Row seven: Steve Van 3 5 Wagner, Ann Hall, Peggy Haugen, Alice Short, Doug Larson. Row eight: Rick Jacobs, Greg Poulen, Lisa Poulen, Russ Ason, Mike Sfregola, Thane Tierney, Gary Van Camp. Row nine: Craig Ed- die, Mike Cleary, Dan Rabun. Row ten: Dan Rossier, Norm Pip- pen, Clark Moffat, Bill Button, Chris Kirkwood, Larry Johnson, Steve Gortz, Donna Slane. ,.QW.f:-W.-sc aa fs' is ivif i Homeroom Reps share their ideas at a meeting. Closs Reps Aid In Communication There were two purposes of the Homeroom Repre- sentatives this year. First, the representative related to the A.S.B. Cabinet the problems of his respective class in an effort to deal with the problems of the stu- dent body. The second purpose was to establish a two- way street of communication between the A.S.B. Cabi- net and the student body. lt is hoped that the Home- room Representative will continue to be a significant and effective force on campus. "'T"'5l Pep Club president and Pep Commissioner: Peggy Neale. Row one: Kim Thomas, Fran Hart, Francine Harris, Paul Schacht, Debbie Preston, Janelle Price, Jim Evens, Peggy Neale, Jackie Ross, Margaret Brown, Cheri Harville. Row two: Mary Hansen, Linda Cut- ting, Carol Peterson, Rita Gray, Linda Casselman, Linda Maxon, Debbie Chytraus, Katie Miller, Michell Tunnell, Roberta Richardson, Nancy Mossman, Lois Tompkins. Row three: Jill Jones, Francine .OE Spirit Socirs To New Peaks WOW! What a fantastic year. The spirit at Foothill has improved IOOCXJ over previous years. The minor sports as well as the major sports were well sup- ported by the student body. Throughout the year, the classes displayed outstand- ing spirit and pride. Homecoming week showed unequaled participation by every- one. . it The student body, working together . as a team, has proven that Foothill is the GREATEST! So, to Foothill, l leave many dedicated Pep Club members and under- classmen to make next year even better. Peggy Neale Pep Commissioner .-ka., Perlof, Lori Nelson, Robin Wilson, Barbara Spivey. Row four: Janet Cross, Roberta Morgan. Row five: Richard Cohen, Marilyn Miller, Pete Grimes, Jane Smisek, Marilyn Mengos, Robin Sanders, Linda Weinberg, Tom Steffy, Laurinda Campbell, Carla Robbie, Andrea Lindsay. f P As we cheered them on . . . i, ' 1 .V.1 f 1-- .. Juniors Show their Creativity Driving spirit to the Tustin game began with the car caravan After their spirit arousing skit, senior girls become spectators fm if - iiei-iayzinf 5 -in 1 ., , ,.. t, . , A Wi? . Q' , i ig-in 2 S HW N. ij i?f 'H-Ak J. V. Cheerleaders from left: Francine Harris, Jackie Ross, Sandy Seely, Debbie Preston Mascot: Robin Sanders 'Ii Y Foothill Knight, Debbie Morrell on Charger Varsity Cheerleaders from top: Linda Weinberg Chris Schendel Laurie White Valerie Reasoner Karen Mueller Marilyn Mengos Cheerleaders at the goalpost after P.A.T. Yell leader Kevin Donovon -'tif 55 f' tiki V ,rm x ik 1 Wwgfg 5, 61 , 3' ia L Varsity Songleaders From left: Cheryl Jessup Margaret Brown Laurinda Campbell Mary Falbo Marilyn Miller Andrea Lindsay Pep Week Reflects Class Creativity fi' P' ff72x5Np see Top right: Senior Citizens indulge in daily gossip. Left: Juniors show spirit with a Mexican fiesta. Right: Even with backwards clothes, freshmen head in the right direction. wh Q I f' 3' it - , A gp K I Q F4 ' ,se '- . ' ,. .- i 1: :gg 1 V' , 1' I 3. ,.,?.j-f-5 9 2' ,. 1 s b, E2 ,Y 'X Q Q x Sophomores dressed as comic strip characters on their recognition day. mx 'TX 1 KVA' Q .A n ' 0 . K xx I K Ci' ' KP! 1 X 52' I f use 4 e g's1f i if zz ,Li ' KT? r 3i'e!!g:Q:v x v ,f-gr K Q Q .W v , ' , .Q , . 4 ' ny. if Traditional slaves at the picnic brighten Randy McKinnon's day. FUSTHH1 iiiefixisz 18 W Q il.. on Seniors win the chariot race in spite of tough competition 5 I W ,.k'fi?'f, We M. i 7 4' 'R 1 iw ,,, M Mx M - 'li- Wm 'ur Freshman pile high. N? W Q-is ,fix x -pf if V, 1,. W gi J, IXJ s g fx " Thane Tierney has a cold butt rewarding experience. N m 1 SPF' . fi ww af - ,V wx .1 Vw . I The 1970 Homecoming court and their escorts left to right Pat Hohn, Falbgv Ra Sh It V L ' I I L p I- B b H It - Dean McCormick, Valerie Reasoner, Steve Furniss, Queen Mary Reilly y U Z on Srag' any aumg' ar ara e on and Tlm Tears of joy stream down Mary FaIbo's face as she is crowned 1970 Homecoming Queen 5... Homecoming Royalty Rule Over Knights Of Rooring Twenties As the climax of the 1970 Homecoming Week came to an end Miss Laurie Strobel 1969 Homecoming Queen, assisted by Stan White, A.S.B. President, crowned Miss Mary Falbo 1970 Homecoming Queen. Then at Foothill's Annual Homecoming Dance new innovations broke tradition. The student body presented "The Knights of the Roaring Twenties" amid the atmo sphere of gangsters, get-away cars, silent movies, and a penny arcade to returning alumni. 29 .W gif' Fin-iff ii .47 First row: Sue Martin, Debbie Shinoda, Joyce Lu, Debbie Heinley, Jill Jones, Vicki Paterno, Candy Cunningham, Jill Stubbs, Carol Peter- Cathy Craig, Kathy Varian, Roberta Richardson, Claudia Breslow, son, Sheila Meier, Mary Hart, Robin Wilson, Debbie Chytraus. Third Francine Perlof, Jim Matichak, Janet Cross, Lori Nelson, Danelle row: Cheri Harville, Wendy Jones, Cathy Deidrich, Linda Maxson, Kim Dorsch, Debbie Grobman, Rochelle Bowe. Second row: Cindi Lund, Thomas, Barbara Spivey, Linda Casselman, Mary Handen, Michelle Roberta Morgan, Fran Hart, Carla Robbie, Katie Miller, Wendy lllo, Tunnell, Pam Garside. Not shown Melissa Trotter. 'Q Advisor. Miss Yetter. wg, V .,- - --.- .. - fr, .- B-we ' f-U., .W W.. ,..., Hn- vm-.,p...,-V. b vp-Maw' H 95 sf 1 V. 3 K ., .J Q , f. .k ' Q, Q a - U f 13 frm, , K O 3 If I 7, t ,t ,.,,,,-' Ji- by - xiii? ,J . + X WA ' ' I ieii 'aff' it - I., -- xx Vw if 4 - 1, ., 4 I arm V M, is I V t ,. . " ' Vi' 14 .1 1 fm ,Q ne- i 'Y 1' ,t if . . J J , ,. , ,,,, ., ,, ,Q ,, ,l M , , J at , , . ,, ii 1 if T. Q . ' bkzl ,S ,.,,, ,. , .,,,t , . , ,Q . .,., T V V "Eff: , sv .. es ..,. . . M La w , --.Q , ' 1 ' I a 3 --Ji gf 'ill Captain Claudia Breslow and Co-Captain Wendy lllo. R,- T, ,ffl fx ' w Drill Teom Builds For The Future Throughout the years, the drill team has been changing in many ways. This year's drill team was instrumental in innovating new ideas and pro- viding a firm foundation for future years. The 60 member team performed this season in new uni- forms purchased by the school. This uniform will basically be the permanent uniform for future FHS drill teams. Under the leadership of Captain Claudia Bres- low and Co-Captain Wendy lllo, the drill team per- formed in four football half-time shows, the Tustin Tiller Day Parade Cin which they placed second in competitionj, the Hawthorne Band and Drill Team Review, the televised Huntington Park Christmas Parade and a basketball halftime. ln addition, for the first time, the drill team performed an ex- tensive pre-game at football games and one new type of half-time show that included field maneu- vers instead of formations. However, the two characteristics of this year's drill team that will remain most memorable to its members, were the tremendous amount of pride in the team and warmth toward each other exhibit- ed by each individual member. ,, nm .. - I f if H .. -Q.. 'K .1.,' -.X g. Q. ffl Q .. 1 A ,- SK' x 8' I l . Q xg . VK4 ,tlfw K fs, ' ,X - I r N . . . I . X Q f : 'Q -A . ,K . NL! A s T, l lk K if 3 ll .33 5 ly-'t s V l' r g p r l if g M X . 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Clap- per, R. Cord, W. Corrigan, J. Cross, R. Dabney, M. Day, D. De- graffenreid, K. Degraffenreid, A. Desai, E. Erickson, T. Freres L. Giampiccolo, R. Green, S. Gudmundsen, M. Hampel, B. Har: rington, L. Harrington, T. Hart, D. Heinly, J. Hollon, H. Holub, L. Hussey, D. Kent, J. Klingelhofer, L. Knobbe, B. Landes, D Laursen, J. Lewis, T. LoBue, M. Lund, J. McCormick, G. May, O 2 5 A J. McGuinn, K. Miller, J. Millsaps, K. Monahan, W. Monsanto J. Onyett, R. Ostrow, M. Palchak, C. Palchak, M. Palchak, R Pang, M. Peterson, M. Pickford, K. Pipes, D. Pitman, B Podell, K. Prigmore, D. Rapp, L. Ricey, F. Richardson, R. Ross M. Sample, W. Sauer, D. Schmidt, F. Seitzinger, P. Seitzinger, E. Soule, K. Stanley, S. Tanaka, J. Tennant, G. Thrupp, J. True blood, J. Tschirgi, J. Vincent, B. Wadell, A. Weiss, E. Wiener, D Williams, M. Willis, G. Winget, R. Youngman, R. Zechter. Pep Band: First row: L. Barley, L. Anderson, B. Wadell, S. Broe, M Day. Second row: B. Podell, E Soule, J. Lewis, M. Hampel, M. Pal chak, J. Trueblood. Third row: K Prigmore, M. Lund, J. Hollon, B Monsanto, M. Pickford, D. Adler, M. Peterson. Fourth row: W. Corri H gan, A. Weiss, D. Kent, R. Corp, J Onyett. Fifth row: E. Bracy, T. .. Freres, M. Sample, E. Erickson 2' fill? iv . B , ... C , ..... C. . -it . ' - Stage Band--First row: D. Rapp, D. Ostrow, row: L. Harrington, B. Burk, G. Seitzenger, A. T. LoBue, D. Pitman, J. Trueblood. Second Weiss, M. Lund. FooThill's Bonds Grow With Enthusiasm And Support The Foothill High Band members have had a new and exciting sea- son. The ardent support of the ad- ministration, student body, and the community has launched Foothill's instrumental organization into an encouraging year of growth and en- thusiasm! The Pep Band, Marching Band, Stage, and Concert Bands have had the greatest year ever. Tom Slayton Band Director Concert Band from left to right S Fazekas, J. Anderson, L. Bowen. Third row: B. Gentry, P. Wook, K. Johnson, S. Lengle, R. Anzel D Persinger L Anderson S Balsley, C. Cramblet, I. Miller, D. Fristoe, D. Thorburn. Fourth row: E. Bracy, D. Nelson, Hollander B Schminke S Carse Second row: M. Tyler, D. Chal- D. Morton, P. Tallon. mers M Langner W Williams D Sutherland, S. Sparling, D. wav Choir Director: Mr. Doyle ily ,.....M-,.,....,...,, Freshman Chorus: Qleft to rightj First row: S. Maskiewicz, T. Mitchell, C. Gargiulo, N. Fuji- moto, V. Aston, A. Sweeney, C. Houlihan, B. Valerie. Second row: L. Halverson, K. Wilson, C. Hicks, L. Robbins, S. Kuykendall, L. Pou- len, V. Smith, R. Dunker, C. Graham. Third row: D. Kirk, P. Huddleston, J. Clayton, S. 5 Gerrard, B. Sheflin, B. Sandav, K. Kyzer, K. Kevorkian. Fourth row: S. Bartlett, T. Zerbo, J. Lawson, J. Strickland, D. Grissinger, S. Wente, M. Jack, C. Robins, D. Steffey. Fifth row: L. Lynch, J. Cloutier, G. Maxson, R. Hol- derman, L. Venstrom, L. Brian, C. Ewald, J. Evans. Mixed Chorus: Cleft to rightj First row: K. Rose, D. Kewan wytewa, A. Page, C. Newman, L. Caramagno, L. Firestone, L. Krueger, D. Leinberger, C. Kamanski, P. Primeau, G Brooks, C. Harrison. Second row: C. Christiansen, B. Free- land, A. Shanhandeh, M. Ashteyahi, K. Kluth, D. Watkins, T. Duquette, G. Osborne, L. Gillerstrom, A. Horberg, D. Perkins, D. Ipson, C. Pedersen, P. Mills, J. Acton, D. Vaughan. Third row: J. Curran, J. Levy, K. Yotka, J. Whit- acre, B. Crothers, B. Stedicrau, T. Owen, M. Wright, T. Ryder, R. Reasoner, K. Schultz, S. Merillat, J. Dietrick, J. Mason, S. Seymour. Fourth row: C. Henderson, P. Hines, S. McCahe, J. Riley, M. Crom, T. Dietz, K. Peck, W. Plum- bo, M. Weber, J. Soderberg, G. Hotte, P. Bradley. Fifth row: S. Correll, B. Sparling, B. May, E. Smith, B. Engel- hard, J. Prigmore, T. Weston, C. Currey, T. Ward, J. Gross, B. Banner, J. Cushman. E a 90 Concert Choir: Cleft to righty First row: Marc Fredrick, Pam Losleben, Kathy Bradley, Cathy Coyl, Debbie Young, Joan Pearsol, Denise El- liott, Francine Perlof, Toni Duquette, Jan Jens, Greg Poulen. Second row: Craig Englund, Rochelle Bowe, Sue Ewald, Sue Ross, Christine Lind, Diane Jack, Karen Hodges, Penny Moses, Cindy Post, Nancy i Advanced Girls Glee: Cleft to rightj First row: L. Paul, D. Clawson, J. Lil- jenquist, C. Rusk, S. Evender, P. Plumbo, T. Jossi, J. Lu. Second row: B. Sears, K. Stedman, S. Freese, L. McMullen, B. Lester, S. Helton, T. Horwitz, S. DeHarak. Third row: E. Potter, S. Filley, M. Jackson, K. Stedman, J. Waski, J. Goldthorpe, D. Moffat. Fourth row: J. Levy, K. Haley, M. Hart, C. Shade, K. Carse, L. Wilson, A. Forkey. Fifth row: K. Thomas, K. Kawallakaw, C. Ward, A. Ford, K. Farris. Harris, Craig Manchester. Third row: Sydney Aris, Kathy Newbrand- er, Bonnie McCarty, Diane McDuffee, Cathy Myers, Pat O'Toole, Cathy Diedrich, LuAnn Huddleston, Sally Schmidt, John Harrison. Fourth row: Brad Samways, Ted Scholl, Greg Barton, Jeff Rawitch, Bill Smith, Frank Huddleston, Y w.....,.. fffvififi if fa' .-1 2 - 0 'rf' -P .ff .. 36 -rv f, hi Q F4 'QE-U "' Q-I s..,l if First row, fleft to rightyg Susie Spofford, Chris Swenson, Asa Horberg, Mary Beth Elder, Kathy Varian, Sharon Mueller, Mary Beth Firestone. Second row: Bob Toler, Chantel Detry, Vicki Paterno, Karen Kirkpatrick, Pilar de la Hanty, Marilyn Miller, Judy Pope, Greg Poulen. Third Madrigals Perform For The County Madrigals is the number one chorus in school and the standards are very high for en- , trance. At least two years experience is neces- sary for the audition. The student should be able to carry his own part with a good feeling of musicianship. Music of all periods is performed at Christ- mas time and in the Spring. During the year, this class participates at service clubs in the county. , 1 F L' rowp Vicki Crandall, Karen Burke, Debby Brian, Janelle Price, Cindi Lund, Dawn Dirksen, Wendy Jones, Becky May. Fourth rowg Jim Hicks, Bucky Gray, Kai Palchikoff, Roger Powers, Greg Flint, Craig Manchester. if Madrigals practice "lt's a Fine Life" for Broadway Review. Mr. Doyle, music director, receives a bouquet of flowers from Snoopy in "Happiness ls". "Oklahoma" Heads Broadway Review The eighth annual Broadway Review was a com- plete success! Held for the first time at the Santa Ana Auditorium, the entire cast was delighted to see more than 2500 people in the audience. All ofthe choruses of Foothill participated in the pro- duction which included 32 songs from more than twenty Broadway shows and movies. Some of the soloists included Janelle Price, Dawn Dirksen, Bucky Gray, Chris Swenson, Sue Correll, and others from Madrigals and Concert Choir. Among the highlights of the program were group numbers some of which included as many as 27 people. The Duets "All or Nothin" and "People Will Say We're in Love", plus "Okla- homa", title song from the same show highlighted the show. The kids usually do such a tremendous job with all of the songs each year, it's hard to say that any individual show was the "best", but this has rank at the top. Freshman Chorus in "Telephone Hour". MN... TOD ROWS "I CaI1't Say Know," Said Mr- Kennedy, Mrs. Fehr, Miss Kelly, Miss Powell: Bottom Row: Coach Wise Weiehtman. Coach Delong, Coach Osborne, Mr. Webb, Mr. man, Mrs, Fleischer, Miss Shargitz. Madrigals in "It's a Fine Life" from "Oliver" Bill Smith gets big laughs as "Geraldine I , , u fx I1 "' E" f x X Charlie Brown and Lucy are later joined by the rest of Concert Debbie Brian and Roger Powers Singing "All Of N0fhin8" ff0m choir in "Happiness". "Oklahoma". eg. A X Q K 7 K , , , f ,ff Y Q , 1 The Mixed Chorus in the opening number, "Applause", Buck Gray singing "Whistling" from "Darling Lili". 43 Ten Girls Mix Well lf you take ten girls and put them in room 503 with matching outfits, you've got a Foothill Girls' League Cabinet. This year the girls worked hard to put on the traditional Girls' League activi- ties, added some new ones, and in- clude as many girls as interested in planning them. The officers of the 1970-71 cabinet included Laurie Franke as President, Ann Hall, Vice-President, Nancy Moss- man, Activities Chairman, Kristi Haley, Public Relations, Wende Wotipka, Pub- licity Chairman, Sue Cutting, Trea- surer, Gail Osborne, Sophomore Rep- resentative, and Julie Cloutier, Fresh- man Representative. Terry Rose and Jan Levy can't be forgotten as the cabi- net's right-hand ladies. Mrs. Weight- man, assisted by Miss Barry and Mrs. Kerns, advised and guided the girls in all of their activities. Advisors: Mrs. Kerns, Miss Barry, and Mrs. Weight- man. rg 'V 1 ' JR L W Girls League President, Laurie Franke l Girls League Cabinet: Public Relations, Kristi Haley, Treasurer, Sue Cutting, Freshman Representative, Julie Cloutier, Vice-President, Ann Hall, Publicity Chairman, Wende Wotipka, Sophomore Representative, Gail Osborne, President, Laurie Franke, Activi- ties Chairman, Nancy Mossman, and Friendship Chairman, Carla ' . Robbie ii pg x ":f': s f Girls League Singing Trio entertains at the Meet n Eat Big and Little Sisters get acquainted. Sadie Hawkins' guests dance the Virginia Reel. Girls Leogue Promotes Involvement Girls' League activities started with the tradi- tional Big and Little Sister Meet 'n Eat. Entertain- ment was presented by Janelle Price, Chris Swen- son and group, and the singing trio, Sue Cutting, Terry Nliller, and Carla Robbie. ln October the Cabinet hosted 250 girls at an Orange County Regional Girls' League Conference. On February 11th the girls delivered over 600 car- nations for the 2nd annual carnation sale. Fred Nlayerhofer was given the title, "Mr. lrresistible." The Girls' League presented the Sadie Hawkins dance with a "Marryin' Sam." The 1970-71 year came to a close with the traditional slumber party. Christmas Formal Queen Cathy Myers and King Steve Furniss t J.. Santa mingles with the merry crowd. Guests dance to the sound of Blue Steele. Couples gave gifts for needy children. lses s Furniss, Meyers Reign Over l970 Evergreen Un Ice This winter the Knights and Ladies danced under the stars among the trees at "Evergreen on Ice". The formal was held at Orange Coast College, and music by Blue Steele added something special to the dancing. Santa Claus also mingled with the crowd giving candy canes and holiday cheer. For tired couples there was a blazing fire and popcorn. At ten-thirty the red carpet was rolled out and the royal court made their appearance. Cathy Meyers was crowned Christmas Queen by Stan White, A.S.B. presi- dent. Steve Furniss, crowed as King, then reigned with the Queen and their court. The prin- cesses were Marilyn Maizland, Gretchen Beck, Claudia Breslow, and Karen Hodges. Princes were Gary Ball, Richard Cohen, Tim Reilly, and Kevin Donovon. X .. 'if uw. ' .2 ?i !1 2, 1 Inter Club Council: A Chonnel To A.S.B. Council The Inter-Club Council is a representative body comprised of all Foothill club and class presidents. The council provides a necessary channel through which the clubs are able to better communicate with the A.S.B. Cabinet. This year, as in past years, the I.C.C. was responsible for providing the food and drinks for Foothill's Annual Knights Homecoming Feast and Joust, as well as organizing the Homecoming dance. I.C.C. Officers: Tony Duquette, Kris Hansen, and Craig Correll. I.C.C.: first row: Sue Cutting, Elke Meir, Tony Duquette, Christy Usatenko, Craig Correll, Bucky Gray, Lois Tomkins, Kathy Bradley, Second row: Peggy Neale, Ellen Bradley, Claudia Breslow, Jill Paxman, Chris Hansen, Terra Tyler, Diane McDuffie, Steve Burris. Mike Sfregola, Dave Kanno, Third row: Gary Van Camp, Andy Mellili, Bob Thiele, Chuck Ziegler, Gordon Brown, Mike Czach, Phil Gail, Bill Smith, Norm Kachuk, Mr. Crummy. FFS In its efforts to provide service to the student body, the Inter-Club Council has demonstrated its capabilities as an effective and necessary branch of student government at Foothill. First row: Debbie Gerding, Cathy Craig, Tera Tyler, Roberta Rich- ardson, Diane Bentley, Second row: Hans Vroom, Asa Horberg, Judy Tschirgi, Kim Julian, Chan- t I Dt Ad C a e ry, a ontreras, Pam Garside, Third row: Fran Hart, Pilar de la Hanty. A.F.S. Opens Gateways For Understanding Through the years, the American Field Service Club here at Foothill has engulfed the interest of many students. The club is designed to create a friendly relationship with the people of all nations, and form a type of "international handshake" for our exchange students. Foothill's A.F.S. Club has been working hard to raise the amount needed to bring a foreign student to our school. The fee is relatively high, but the joy and experience of meeting these people makes the amount seem like pennies. This year we are fortunate enough to host two A.F.S. exchange students: Chantal Detry from Belgium, and Pilar De la Hanty from Uruguay. Under the "Youth for Understanding" program, similar to the A.F.S., two students are spending this school year at Foothill, from Sweden is Asa Horlaerg, and from Holland is Hans Vroom. lt is our hope that these delightful people return to their homes with a new and better under- standing of life in the United States, and the variety of the American people. Advisors-Miss Woodruffe and Mr. Oleson. gm Vllluimim 1' it :E s .wc sv kg NRM M 'il . .... . , , 7 ..-. ., usage 'Q' ss, S A.F.S. exchange students: Chantal Detry, Pilar de la Hanty, Diane Bentlev. Y.F.U. exchange students: Asa Horberg from Sweden and Hans Vroom from Holland. fit Hello my friends, Because you have accepted and brought me here, I am living one of the most marvelous years of my life. Always, coming to America has been one of my deepest dreams. When in July, I knew that I would spend this year here, in California, I could hardly believe it! I would meet people, a lot of people, share with them joy, happi- ness, and cares, see the "world", and live the happiest and nicest experi- ence that could happen to anybody. For six months I have discovered the most wonderful family-and I have loved them-and met a lot of friends. Really, anywhere you go, no matter from which country and which culture they are, people are always, always wonderful. More than making me dis- cover America and the Americans, these months have opened my eyes at home, on all these years. Here, at school, because of many of you, I spend the nicest moments and l'll never forget California, sun, friend- ship, love, happiness, thanks .... Sincerely, Chantal Detry from Belgium 5 3 After assuming the role of a "din- kum Aussie" Creal true Australianj from "down under" in Australia, I can honestly say that this year was one of the most beneficial in my life. I was billeted to the Botterill family in Melbourne, Victoria for the full year and attended Korowa church of England Girl's Grammar School with Lesley, my host sister. I also had two older sisters, Anne and Prue, who attended the National University away from home. The two things I think l'll miss fbesides my fan- tastic familyj are fish'n chips and pie'n sauce, both typically Australian. This experience was truly a tre- mendous one and will now enable my future years here to present a most challenging experience as well. Diane Bentley from Australia It's very difficult to try to express with words all what this year meant to me: confusion, happiness, smiles, homesickness, lightness, hard, easy and lovely times. All of them together are part-will always be part-of one of the most marvelous years of my life. Nlost of all I learned . . . I learned about people, people that feel the same no matter their skin, language, or flag, I also learned about myself and I discovered every- thing I had and have again with a new light. To feel that we can love each other by overcoming our differences is the greatest feeling in the world. Realiz- ing this and living it was the experi- ence that meant the most to me. I was very fortunate living with two wonderful families: lVIr. and IVlrs. Fred L. Richardson, Roberta and Fritz attending Foothill and also IVIr. and Nlrs. George Trotter, Norma and David. They are all a very special and important part of my life. I loved my days at school, a unique, fun, dear group of friends, the sunshine, and the grass during lunch time . . . This was a mar- velous experienceg unique and dif- ferent for each of us. I want you to know that my hands-my self-are opened to you in a big thank you for helping make this year unfor- gettable to me. I won't say good-bye to any of you, to this little Tustin, to this great Foothill, I only can say words from the deepest these corner of my heart. Hasta siempre! Pilar de Ia Hanty Montevideo, Uruguay , 'xc . wi Advisors: Mr. Coulter and Mr. Oster. 'Z' ,rw . 2 ,Q 1 7 Sr 'gffif """i , sax i Q". J Freshman CSF, First row from left: R. Himes, D. Tolley, T. Douglas, Second Row: R. Beard, D. Kirk, A. Desai, K. Bradley, M. Daniels, Third Row: R. Holderman, S. Archibald, C. McLaughlin, K. Clapper, B. Podell. as .. A ll Senior CSF, First row: A. Mintzer, J. Bird, V. Reasoner, B. Ka- zanjy, K. Lagenbeck, S. Barnum, B. Spive R. Richardson, M Y, - Trotter, Second row, G. Lindstrom, P. Cail, S. White, J. Tschirgi, P. O'TooIe, B. Fowler, V. Paterno, A. Contraris, P. Sharma, S. Burns, B. Fried, D. Grobman, P. Moses, S. Kasparian, P. Ste Junior CSF, First row: B. Vande Vrede, S. Bryant, K. Moe, T. Mitchel, C. Archibald, R. Morgan, L. Nelson, Second row: L. Thomas, S. Weil, T. Arnold, S. Zwirn, P. Roseland, A. Killebrew, K. Bean, J. Price, Third row: F. Perlof, J. Matichak, D. Ole- sen, M. McKennett, D. Dizney, J. Tutton, C. Harville, T. Butler, P. Cleary, Fourth row: G. Brown, J. Git- telson, V. Licata, L. Wiora, R. Sher- man, M. Rausch, Fifth row: Eric Rowan, R. Rodewald. 594, Q, phan. Third row: G. Flint, C. Correll, S. Burns, D. Richards, J. Stephens, B. Thiele, C. Diedrich, J, West, G. Garotto, C. Aver- bach, S. Peterson, L. Smith, R. Keeler, C. Craig, L. St. Lawrence, C. Lund, P. Garside, F. Goldie, T. Weyler, J. Holderman. ,aim ix f Sophomore C.S.F.-First row: C. Peterson, T. Duququette, T. Ryder, J. Carlson, D. Thomas, Third row: D. Kent, R. Lloyd, A. Vincent, D. R. Gray, L. Evans, R. Reasoner, C. Smith, S. Reilly, S. Correll, M. Wishball, O. Newland, C. Englund, B. Warhurst, S. Brow, C. Riener, Champion, C. Bucher, D. Matics, Second row: M. Lund, S. Brannon, D. Beyerle, T. Fearre. Fourth row: T. Duquette, R. Gray, L. Evans, M. Tunnell, A. Short, S. Shaw, M. Mitchel, M. Schlesingir, A. Nozick, C. Smith, S. Correll, L. Bucher, S. Brannon. First row M Brown T Du uette C Diedrich P Garside P O'Toole A Garmon C. Lund, B. Helton, Second row: P. Sharma, L. Smith, L. St. Lawrence, C. Craig, B. Spivey, D. Grobman, R. Richardson, Third row: B. Kazarljy, K. Langenbeck, J. Holderman, F. Goldie, S. Barnum, V. Paterno, T. Weylerg Fourth row: R. Ra haeuser, G. Garotto, P. Stephen, S. Peterson, J. Bird, T. Lachmar, J. Tschirgi, S Kasparian, B. Fried, C. Breslow, G. Flint, J. Stephens, J. West, B. Theile, G. Lind Strom, R. Richards, B. Fowler. CSF Expands Interest With Trovel California Scholarship Federation, made up of students who have achieved high scholastic standing, was an ex- tremely active group. ln October they vis- ited San Diego Zoo. The Regional Con- ference of CSF at Cal State Fullerton was their target in March. In the Spring se- mester there was a field trip to Griffith Observatory with a trip to Cal. Museum of Science and lndustry culminating their year's activities. President: B. Kazanjy. Officers: G. Lindstrom, J. West, S. Bryant, J. Tschirgi, M. Champion. M. Brown. 44. l X 9 - M... .. J ,Wm V . .. ., ..,..-,,., D is K r .K Q 1 1 x"'i1 Y Creotive Writing Club Publishes lournol The 1970-71 Creative Writing members continued in the tradition of the club and sold Daffy apples in February to raise money for the journal. During Nlay, they released the creative efforts of many students in the school in a published journal that consisted of short stories, prose and poetry. Each year the response of an appreciative audience has been overwhelming, and it leaves some- thing for the next year's club to work with. be-N, gun Judy McGuinng Treasurer, Scott Milbrathg Publicity, Kathy Bradley: Presi- dent, Lois Tompkinsg Vice President. 3.-.ff gr' V It Selling Daffy Apples was the Creative Writing Club's money making project. Top row: Christy De- graffenreid, Chantal Detry, Jill Sharf, Di- ane Schmidt, Chloe Mclntyre, Linda Mar- tin, Tera Tyler, Nancy Harris. .fy ,gi-g., eull"""' if if First row: Dawn Dirkson, Mary Hart, Susan Correll, Mary Wy- lie, Jim West, Cindy Averbach, Tony Duquette. Second row: Lisa Haldernan, Tony Hafter, Jordan Breslow, Alice Short, Bruce Ross, Tracy Barber, Miss Horvathp advisor, Marga- ret Holub, Jim Koeppen. Third row: Danny Yablonka, Mary Richards, Don Burks, Keith Franklin, S h e r r i e Delahay, Mark Thacker. Folk Club Shows New Enthusiasm This year's Folk Club was able to present a more thorough and complete insight into the many facets of folk music. There was more enthusiasm this year as was proven by the increased attendance. All of the members contributed to the success of the Folk Concert in April, as well as the many performances throughout the year. Each member was given the opportunity to express his talents and tastes, as well as learn from others. All benefitted. A joyful Mrs. Pecoraro after the production of Up the Down Staircase. Officers: Sue Kasparian, Jon Tschirgi, Debbie Rogers, President Steve Aston, and Penny Moses. Steve Aston and Dave Moore in The Physicists. . 9 A fu 'L .Q Wt' W A :fr First row: S. Seely, S. DeGraffenreid, S. Milbrath, L. Paule, W. Corrigan. Second row: P. Moses, C. Turve, S. Kasparian, K. Wilson, L. Lusk, B. Barta, L. Kopenhall, K K W, , M. .Q sis: ' Writ . 1-????f.-fuses rwafrivrnlw ' , . ..t.1. - - f. sg. t .-""""" I 2 t. Q1 ii E R. Waltzer, J. Matichek, L. Lucas. Third row: R. Anfuso, R. Wilson, D. Denar- dSCIkSHdKCh RM LNI MGldIDR o, . ar, . oo, . o en, . organ, . eson, . a e, . ogers, S. Detter. Fourth row: C. Secreton, J. Tschirgi, S. Correl, S. Aston, C. Man- chester. Horlequins Joins Thespions. This year Foothill's drama club, Harle- quins, became a Thespian chapter. Thespians is a national organization, recognized by all colleges, with chapters in high schools all over the country. Students earn points for membership by working in all facets of the theatre. Drama club activities have also increased in quality and quantity. The children's produc- tion, Alice in Wonderland, continued in reper- toire this year, traveling to grammar schools in the area, while a new student adaptation of The Wizard of Oz was produced. Major productions began in the fall with the delightful spoof on high school life, Up the Down Staircase. The winter production was a challenging drama, The Physicists. ln the spring, the authentic Victorian Hall melo- dramatic production, Ten Nights in a Bar- Room, was the cap to a year of fine per- formances. Wrfstf' it C"".-walk! A class scene in Up the Down Staircase. Make-up crew adds finishing touches on opening night. sp- 'Rx lil A 5 A was y ,Q ,, x L.. , -Q A xffcwjx ro 1. r -P TK 'xr f-Y L -1- 2 o 1 1 I A 'E , ' 'I f if 4- " ,Q , Y 3 ' it 'K mv. E,,l.lx:. ' x L., Y- V 'r "Lx 1- 1 1-,Ay X' N 'NJ J, ' ' 2 . ,, f 'f K - f' Y J l - ' I , i . W - -A Q L, wx H Q i M ,r A X Qi 1 Q f ii 1 . ', X' . ,x X R W ll in T, s 3 5, K1 1 1 T ' ' 'Ni L Q ix X - om.. 1- x ' Y ' Q r , 1 1 A or , ww, 1 1 4 W 1 H ' ' wg w f X wr N. ' ' H S '1 ' ffwivexko 5-.n-.M ' X 'M R' 'I ty, , 11151 " W-N NAV Actors are made up before the production 58 First row B Hardgrove A Ba z M Messina L row J Tappan, G. Moehle, M. Holub, T. Arnold, S. Osen, J. Dale, L. Gerry. Art Club Dobbles With Crafts And Candles Students interested in ceramics, macrame, painting and creating artistically started the fall semester with a jaunt to the beach. Approximately 25 members of art club met at Huntington Beach to make sand candles. A hot dog roast followed the art attempts. Then there was the money making venture when the club painted car identification posters for the Tustin Tiller Days Parade. Also art students enjoyed profits earned selling pickles for Homecoming '70. A chalk-in proved to be a first at Foothill. Art Club members actually drew pictures with colored chalk on the sidewalks of F. H. S. lt was an artist's dream. ,se pu. 55 ,'h' 4- F Aff. T 55' ' "'b'Y?3l5i?5Qv i yt 3:2 Q Q L :stag fl Q 1 K r -ey.. . lil!!! In 60 ' H '. J fb SWOOSH Club Involved ln Sociol Work. For the first time in Foothill's history the name of the Home Ec. club was changed to SWOOSH. To us, the SWOOSH Club does not just consist of sewing or baking. The goal of each one of us is to help other people around us, by entertaining children in hospitals or cheering up the elderly at convalescent homes. We also have a Viet Nam project of writing and making things for the soldiers. The meaning of SWOOSH Club is social work outside of school hours. kill' ie Top Cleft to rightj: Miss Jahnig, Mrs. Reardon, Kathy Noe, Cass Panos. Bottom Tony Chunrck Marilyn Gladel Diane Jana Palmer, Leslie Merhtens, Marcia Karl, Mrs. Concepcion, Lillibridge, Kathy Knox Members from left: Eileen Eastin, Linda Lovret, Diana Lillibridge, Beverly Fried, Cass Panos, Kim Lane, Sue Ross, Peggy Fried, Christy Usatenko, Mr. Frogue. 3' if is FTA Explores The Fields Of Teaching N' 'T' 3 ,p T' The purpose of the Future Teacher's Associa- T Fx tion is to explore the different fields of teaching 5 all and to discover what teaching is really all about. This year the activities included speakers, a field trip to an elementary school, a year-end banquet, and the taping of history books to aid those who have a hard time reading. Advisor: Mr. Frogue Officers from left: Eileen Eastin, Christy Usatenko, Cass Panos. Beverly Fried, Sue Ross. Front row, left to right: B. Stedman, C. Harrison, G. Grace. Middle row: J. Gronemeyer, M. Palchak, F. Hamann, M. Phillips. Back row: M. Henderson, J. Harrison, R. Himes, C. Palchak, B. Thomas. '1- v 2' .X A ian- gigg- Chess Club Wins New Trophies 'M " 3 -5 The Chess Club has done very well - ' in league play this year with a record of 4-2-1. Mike Henderson and Chuck Harrison won trophies at the Birming- ham Chess Tournament in Los An- geles during Christmas Vacation. Next year all members of Foothill's First CIWGSS Team will be l'e'EUl'l'ill'lg and Another exciting game against Mr. Hardy should take the league. of 1' Qi- i yin :f . . 4 g g., ,Ye ,. s -,. ,sm gg, . ... ss .. ' vs 4""'k A ,f fgdyqi' If 4 Z1 fx ,015 9'-'22 334 ix, f is L 1 ' .. ,I 4 L L a 4 1 A I v -S J' , u A R' Advisor: Mr. Hardy A C Q fl Chuck Harrison and Mike Palchak ponder over their next move. 62 an Advisor Mrs. Reedy, Speech Captains Dave Moore d Kathy Langenbeck and Adv'sor, Mrs. Brodrick. ' 1 :gr 2' '1 Lila 1.9, Q- 5 l l miata?-ml 'N Varsity, First row: Lisa Speicher, Sherry Beatty, Jackie Ross, Chris Swenson, Kathy Langenbeck, Pat O'Toole, Dave Beyerle. Second row: Stew Shanfield, Janelle Price, Jeff Newland, Art Levine, David Moore, Al Melilli. Third row: Carl Turve, Steve, Brannon, Mark Schlesinger, Jim Gittelson. Foothill Speech Teom Upholds Winning Trodition Each year the Speech Team sells football programs to finance their activities. It is a chapter of the National Honor Society- the National Forensic League. The team traveled to a tournament every other weekend. They entered their Readers at Palos Verdes and presented it at Foot- hill High School. The year is climaxed by the out-of-state tournaments at Stan- ford University, Arizona State University, and the University of Arizona. They entered the Voice of Democracy, Lion's Club, and Optimist Club contests. Novice: B. Warhurst, D. Nishball, C. Hampton, M. Holub, G. R- Nlelnfyfei l-- Clark, R- Dafley- K- Bfadley. S- Gallagher, Langenbeck, Mike Farrer, G. Heuter, M. Horner, M. Elder, L. 3- ROS-en, E- Befgmafl- B- l-UeCk- l'l- SC0f'f- D- T0lleY. S- Moon, B. Chase, C. Post, D. Swenson, P. Krebs, F. Franke, Slade, K- J0l1f1S0H, Nl- Miller, K- Bryant, A- GOffSteif1, Nl- R. Risley, J. Galt, D. Galt, L. Gerich, T. Gossett, M. Swatez, G0ffStell'l, Nl- KflOlJl9e, J- Halpern. G- -leffefS, R- Robbins, H. Vroom, S. Broe, J. Sharf, C. Englund, O. Newland, D. M- Gray. W- Davis. 3- FUFf1lSS, L- Haldefman. K- BVOWF1. G- Silver, K. Jordan. Mehrtens, L. Giampicole, B. Blaustein, M. Block, J. Douglas M. Dan'els, D. Primro , . bright, L. Lucas, K. Meengs, seEAl if, s i I disapprove of what you say but I will defend to the death your right Each time a man stands for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out any in- to Say It- V0lt3'V9 justice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of Hope. Kennedy The Political Science Club ls A Varied Panorama Ot View Points. Each individual is three persons: what you try to make people think you are . . . what you think you are . . . what you really are. Lindquist lnferious revolt in order that they may be equal, and equals that they may be superior. Such is the state of mind which creates revolutions. Aristotle The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation. Thoreau ls, . ' i 1 5 , 1 K -f...,,,,,.... w.........,..., - .vi 0.1 r.c,s.c...QN... me I f 'v 1 "Think as l think", said a man "Or you are abominally wicked, you are a toad." . . . . and after l had thought of it I said. "I will, then, be a toad." This is a "FORUM" of "TOADS." First row: Bennett Blaustein, Greg Garratto, Judy Tschirgi, Pilar Delahantey, Phil Cail, and Steve Lohr. Second row: Stan White, Jim Hicks, Rick Silvee, Hans Vroom, Roark Keeler, Peter Bueche, and Dave Toth. Modern Educotion Seeks An attempt was made this year by a minority of students to make educational experiences more interesting and meaning- ful. Supporting the ideals of cre- ativeness and innovation, we strove to expand present edu- cational processes. We be- lived in the idea that the stu- dent was capable of planning his own direction of intellectual en- deavor. ln the spirit of this be- lief, we felt that the students should have more responsibility in the form of expanded inde- pendent study programs. Being able to structure his own learn- ing process, the student would readily learn the responsibility of independence, thus making him a more useful person. Officer Gail Biener and President Jeff Czach. Officers not shown, Mike Clark, Ellen Rosenberg, Rick Silver, and Larry Waelde. Mr. Kennedy, advisor. Not shown, Miss Terry and Mrs. Westling. ,s-s, New Learning Experiences. 'W'ff'fQfiff .i... gx, g V gs , .,.. A gy fs, f K. f , Q it f 1, A "" , Q V. Wi? Z if 5 yi .A, M .gg Q p A s , ' lcr'1 224,42 'H t f T W' . i is ,fc + ii .Q If if if-ff Q Q.. r .daze i f 1 I ir. K 'Q' 25,1 3. ' 'H , rr if rs s c 'I ti :,,. , . r -W of Left to right: Toni Hafter, Paul Yeunger, Pat Jasper, Jeff Czach, Gail Biener, Nanette Papp, Nancy Ueland, and Lori Schuth. 65 .M . -rgtss 7.5 .statin H , M, .4 .. ' l ,sl First row from left: B. Bjornson, K. Palchicoff, P. Secor, R. Tuvell, B. Vogel, R. Strachen, Coach Sedoo. Third row: D. Moon, W. Krause Williams, D. Claus, R. Kaiser, M. Hastings, D. McCormick. Second S. Furniss, S. Peterson, D. Hansen, L. Pauling, B. Hoyt, T. Lachmar row: Coach Osborne, T. Zurn, B. Smith, S. Pfleiderer, D. Sodaro, R. Vorsity Club Builds Athletic Progrom This year the Varsity Club has again helped build the athletic program at Foothill. The club organized various activities such as the Donkey Basketball game in order to obtain the necessary funds needed to purchase extra equip- ment for the athletic teams. Coaches Jerry Sedoo and Bob Osborne were the advisors of the Varsity Club. Officers were: Bill Smith--Presidentg Rod Tuvell-Vice-President, Steve Furniss-Secretary, and Steve Peterson-Treasurer. rw 4 as Advisor: Coach Osborne, President: Bill Smith, Advisor Coach Sedoo. Officers: D. Howard, R. Schultz, J. Stephens, B. Thiele, President, G. Ball. Key Club Provides Service To Community 36 Started just four years ago, Foothill High's Key Club has been one of the most successful clubs on campus. The Key Club's main function lies in being a service organization to the school and the community. Projects have ranged from a March of Dimes drive, the mosaic on the Walker Gymnasium, to over- all campus improvements. With the successes from this year and past years providing a firm foundation, the Foothill High Key Club promises even greater success in the coming years. 41' fi WMM Advisor. Mr. Ward, Not shown: Mr. Severson. Row 1 from left: G. Ball, R. Schultz, B. Thiele, J. Stephens, D. How- D. Blackford, B. Toler, B. Boyle, K. Sneden, J. Bird, C. Correll. Row 4: ard. Row 2: R. Rodewald, F. Osen, R. Jacobs, D. Bode, B. Berkhau- D. McCormick, L. Pauling, D. Toth, H. Vroom, D. Primrose, L. Bishop, sen, J. Johnsrud, J. Hicks, C. Day, S. White. Row 3: M. Sfregola, B. Rodewald. 4 v EE , 'ffl fa .eu-3' Uigmma, VH ,, f 1 'Tail' First row, left to right: L. Lusk, F. Hart, S. Seeley, J. son, B. Spivey, F. Osen, A. Short, J. Newland, O. New- Paxman, J. Matichak, Pilar Delhanty. Second row: L. land, S. Thomson, Advisor: Miss Landoe E. Meier. Matichak, B. Amestoy, S. Profet, J. Miller, R. Richard- Club Brings French Culture This year French Club has been very active. The purpose of the club is to introduce different facets of the French culture to Foothill students. It hopes to do this through fun experiences such as its field trips. Some of its field trips were a movie and French restaurant in Los Angeles. Each semester there is an increasing membership which proves the year has been very successful. Officers, left to right: A. Short, President: J. Paxman, S. Thomson, E. Meier. Claus Maass, the German Consulate who visited Foothill. Officer Bob Thiele, Advisor Mrs. Weber, and officers Kris Hansen and Rick Debrick. 'K , tx .YH . ii , , German Club lnifiofes New Activities The German Club has moved ahead this year with more interesting activities. Besides our pic- nic at Irvine Park and a German dinner, the German Consulate in Los Angeles visited Foot- hill. The Club also had made a German film, a move that will hopefully be carried on by future classes. First row: Lisa Hussey, Linda Ander- son, Mary Donohugh, Leigh Koefel- da, Karen Bates, Kathy Langenbeck, Linda Anderson. Second row: Mat- thew Brooks, Brian Chase, Jane Al- len, Bob Thiele, Bob Kazanjy, Kris Hansen, Dwayne Adler. Third row: Steve Shannon, Bob Bonebrake, John Trueblood, Rick Debrick. .lf - ff r -' - Q ,. , W J 4 .. X 1 'Y Q , 4 - -F at ' + X 'Q L' 11' t si' '4- Xc X , x , M ,le i if sjx A all ,K yy, ,.. J gf r ww V ,, --f uc! , , ,sg N, ff , mf . if Af X b ., X . ,- , H . . 3 Xfa I' ,JAX xi W. V5 gl, ff If X ,f ,W , fs ' V - 'LJ W .J e w f Q f i 'X 4 A ff, , J A , cf s P ' ri . , .1 . Y, J X , - Al, e , , , t f ,,, 1. , s, ii X Q4 X ' Q. fir' ' ' - r- V k Ng, , , -lv t i : l e ' fy ,L . .X -. gi 2 X .f v Q P ' ' i ' iff!! A F :X l f, X, X, ' f' 'eil 'x ir Spanish Club Broodens Students' Understanding This year the Spanish club gave Spanish stu- dents an opportunity to broaden their use of the langauge and their understanding of the culture. They included in their activities a fund- raising drive, where they sold soft drinks after school and a pot-luck dinner where all the mem- bers brought a typical Mexican dish. Also, they met with FoothilI's foreign exchange students from Peru. ,- ....... WAV, if ' 1+ - X , 'Q I -'Qi f ' . V av 'Mag ... . 4 v"'i+.,, ,- President, Robert Thiele, Officers, Stan White, Ellen Potter, Craig Correll. Members, J. Pearsol, L. Karmonov, S. Yamagu chi, D. Rowley, S. McCurdy, R. Licata, S. Bart let, D. Dreibelbis, C. J. Hicks, J. Hicks, D. Smith A. Sargeant, E. Bracy, A. Melelle, B. Himes, N Good, C. Rowley, L. Buecher, K. Ferris, K. Schaf- fer, B. Watkins, M. Tally, D. Hansen, J. Harrison, J. Lu, S. Selly, S. Correll, L. Martian, L. Holder- man, D. Brown, J. Galt, D. Galt, M. Firestone, T. Fearer, P. Moses. Chrislions Meel 1970-71 was a very suc- cessful year for the Christian Club, even though it was the first year of its existence. Through out the year,.the club functioned as a service to the school and community. To help in the community, members went out several times in work parties. As their contribution to the school, the Christian Club held weekly meetings featur- ing guest speakers and oc- casionally, special concerts. Ski Club Interests Skiers Of All Levels This is the first year Foothill High has had a ski club. It took some effort to start it, and we are glad we succeeded. 70 people showed up at our first meeting to enjoy the movie and hear of some really spectacular ski trip bargains. The pur- pose ofthe club is to show ski movies and to bring informa- tion concerning inexpensive and worthwhile ski tours, equip- ment rentals and lesson packages, to the attention of its members. For this reason we have had representatives of vari- ous well-established local ski clubs come and present their programs. Sunland Skiers, a major ski shop in Anaheim, came to our gym and put on a presentation complete with lecture, ski movie, and a demonstration ramp. President Elke Meir KN wx, z . 1 r sv- Y I "s ii V .W ,5.,,.'gK3.,,,-,,3?P--,Q f j q3r,,!'f ,, X Us fri" ..5 A A iw' q ,1.-gf? Est. s. f 'M.3f fs-J 71. I Y- .A s sf M , ,,A,,.', 1-L5 K .-glib +- A t:f'1,'M""'l"'t 'fr -.f,'. "r':s.f 1 1 ' if X . if , V. 1 - -' .u .' -t, sb , ' f . ' af" t'f"'s' ur . A l I if-. . . F,4w?5.,.,- M, , we V 1 Wg? 9 . sl free- rs i. fix 'i t of l , 1 fu. 'isnt w fvgg, ,Ng ' 'fi ,g..,-HH ff, A Q X - . K, ' Vx. .Ni ff fl .tgilz -sl Q' i 1 ,Z m 'SGA Advisor, Miss Woodward. . 4. V N "' --'ag J ved r First row: Gordon Brown, Chuck Lawrence, Jeff Brown, Jim Bird, Beverly Fried, Pam Sharma, Jackie Felman, Vicki Paterno, and Ad- Brad Fowler, Steven Brannon. Second row: Advisor, Mrs. Driscoll, visor, Mrs. Chen. President Gordon Brown demonstrates a mobius strip 2 . f 'Qff' X 5 . ,si 'P ' f ff . .pw i Q'- Y Ld 4- . fd' ' ii r s KX. T I WJ' 9 'lv ri .A t . I -1, 'T 3 5 7 ..-an-IX. ' t,.: ,I . Knowledge + Interest 2 Moth Experience The math club strives to take the sum of our knowl- edge, multiplied by our keen interest in general mathe- matics, plus our overall Congeniality, to come up with a total of new math experience. Thus, we often find ourselves pondering over Blazes Mazes while prepar- ing our math team for tournaments, computing the area of a knight while making our club float, being mys- tifed by topology while inverting our local football and starving to death while trying to solve our mathema- tical car rally. We are also subjected to the mathemati- cal idiosyncrasies of our inspring instructors, Mrs. Driscoll and Mrs. Chen, who has almost caused several black board eraser suicides, while maintaining that she can prove the binomial theorum on three black- boards singlehanded. All in all, math club is one of the essential factors in our understanding of the present computer age. Electricians Spark Creative Waves. The main purpose of Electronics Club is to help students obtain their ama- teur radio licenses. lVlem- bers can work in such fields as radio teletype, ra- dar, satellite tracking, ama- teur radio, and computers. The club has gone to the El Toro Air Facility to ob- serve their radio equip- ment and to hear them communicate with service- men in Vietnam. img HAM CLUB NOTES 13 i"':". x yi, AN rs.-..... A01 W Bottom from left: Howard Buswell, Gale Jef- Klein, Bill Green, Mr. Ward, Doug Cavanaugh, fers. Top from left: Richard Dabney, Barry Jeff Keast, Reg Darley. - ,He 5- K ' :--- J"w . 0 X M t F. . . mi 1 Q' 4 .Q l 1 ,, T' Y ,. -i. lf- i ,l ,M L X 1--- I sl t . Q ....,., ,, S f,?' if ,A Q 'Ft' I ' 2' ' X i ' a---it ,rf 1 e'l' - f F" l f' Q Q- rl' -f-"r rf "' -r N 4 r"i I' Individuals work for good results. Advisor: Mr. Ward Students in the metal division weld away. .ff Advisors: Mr. Williams and Mr. Kirsh. Wood division works to complete another project. ' sn- -...us-u-v""' g,,......t ,, ' K K H Procticol Construction Club Provides Work Experience Practical Construction Club is de- signed to give the students a similar type of work experience as to that of industry. Many types of jobs and experiences are presented to help the students pick a vocation. The ad- visors which influence the club are Nlr. Williams and Mr. Kirsh, each sponsoring a wood and metal division. Front row: Diane McDuffy, Kathy Lawrence, Second row: Carol Rimshaw, Michelle Tun Katie Wilson, Cindy Kamanski, Davie Leffler, nell, Kim Leffler, Robin Wilson, Lucy Haag Helen Corrigan, and Mr. Feher, advisor. and Jeff Halderman. Officers Diane McDuffy, Michell Tunnell, Carol Rimshaw, Robin Wilson, and Jeff Halderman. Biology Club Focuses On Conservation This year, Biology Club was involved in several field trips. On one occasion the club traveled to Villa Park Dam for a hike to study the flora and fauna. Participating in the Annual F.A.K.H.F.A.J., we sold See's Suckers to earn money to reseed a burned area in the hills. A joint overnight trip was planned with Field Science to feed and observe migratory birds at Salton Sea. Mr. Feher, advisor and students Linda Mac and Lucy Haag reseed burned areas at Cleveland National Forest. Front row: Karen Bayliss, Candy Rest, Joan Elko, Kathy Meyers, Debbie Jordan, Kris Han- sen, Laura Dunbar, Laura Bonebrake, Laila Fiege-Kollmann, and Karen Linville. Second row: Helen Corrigan. Greg Barton. Jeff Ra- witch, Boris Lueck, Jeri Dietrich, Chuck Zeig- ler, Mary Donohugh, Bill Wodiske, Ken Bol- linger, Terri Mitchell, Sherry Beatty, Tim Mc- Hale, and Rex Cantrell. arf' Officers Helen Corrigan, Mrs. Osborne, ad- visor, Sherry Beatty. Second row: Chuck Zeigler, Bill Wodiske. Nledicol Explorers Discover New Fields The Medical Explorers is a newly formed club on campus this year. Besides our own meetings at Foothill, the club also attends the general Medi- cal Explorers meetings, held at St. Joseph's Hospital, that con- sist of lectures by doctors. This year we hope to get the stu- dents involved with better health education. yxieitie l , 5+ 1 5 Work On Pond Renewed By Horticulture Club The 1970-1971 segment of the Horticulture and Ecology Club continued with efforts towards the development of the pond. Many weekend hours were put in to ce- ment the base, replace the water pump, and lay bricks for flower beds and a walkway. lt was hoped that their efforts would serve as an example to the other students towards the beautification of the campus. if 1 fe -- ' ,.. 4' , my ' me .,.., 'H ,W ftw . , 1 th . ms , , M1 .MM . - f ,Q we Before ----- 1970 After ----- 1971 Left to right-Dawn Shiley, Lois Tompkins, Sue Wilson, Greg Flint, Phil Call, Scott Mil- S.T.E.P. members observe San Onofre Nuclear power plant. S.T.E.P. Club Combots Pollution Students for the Termination of Environmental Pollution CS.T.E.P.J has rounded out its first year as an A.S.B. supported club at Foothill. lt was informally started in April of 1970, led by Ruth Donohugh and Cathy Chambers, and is the first ecology club of any kind ever at Foothill. There have been numerous activities held by S.T.E.P. in- cluding a field trip to the San Onofre Nucelar Generating Plant, a fresh fruit sale, and a can and bottle recycling drive. Its purpose is to inform the students as to the danger-scof environment al pollution, as well as to take meaningful steps to involve everyone in assisting to correct this tragic situation, which faces us all. ATHLETICS f f X A X M A+ 1 W, M W W W NN naallllllwwgiuy M Nm "'.m ' v W l llR ,LN W f ' MW ' If 1 ..n..1 x.x NNW 5 N XX 'XYX V 1 v, -W' H w"17" --y W . M ' WL .1, ff M Qxxx xx X N N!X,,,, E 3 x.A,.A I S I g W xref i :iii E. 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' -muffi- P ' -Mi-.sal I "YF" ""?"""'f'--f-an v sl' 'viii' Schacht bulls his way through Tustin line for tough yardage. Knight of the Week ik W if I Q H :K . i i . Q i ,,..., y j1,.f.s Rocky Schacht-Mission Villa Park v ,., ..,, , - 84 'O uf, if 1 ,f H a- Q.. 4. ...,,,i. .. Ed Modena bites the dust. 20- 6 O- 7 14-19 7- O 6-14 13-15 34- 0 6-57 30-12 Hord-hitting Knights Crush Arch-Rival Tustin The 1970 Varsity football team finished their season with a 3-4 record, remarkable considering the many injuries to key personnel, and the relative inexperience of the members. Containing only 10 seniors, the squad crushed archrival Tustin by a score of 34-0. The Knights then proceeded to capture the District crown by rolling over Mission Viejo, 30-12. Originally tabbed as a rebuild- ing year, the 1970 football season produced a variety of surprises for many, among them the hard-fought 15-13 loss to second-place El- Modena. The Knights came within an outstretched hand of upsetting 11, the heavily-favored Vanguards, when Mark McCandless nearly broke loose for a 65 yard touch- down in the third quarter. With 6 seconds remaining in the game, Foothill scored on a 12 yard Car- penter-to-Bradley aerial, but the Knights were thwarted when a G'e"" B'ad'eY-Ofange two-point conversion failed. Perhaps the highlight of the sea- son was the Knights' crushing vic- tory over rival Tustin High. The Tillers were picked as pre-season favorites to tie with Orange for the league title, but a hard-hitting Varsity eleven forced Tustin into numerous mistakes and turnovers, Foothill ending up a 34-O conquer. Knight of the Week l Bob Kazanjy-San Clemente .., V i': ' " 'fl' i"'1iu-'--f"- - i fx at ff! ,,, W' ff? i .,,,i,-- Z? jc 352 280 SO First row from left: Wheeler Birdwell, Glenn Bradley, John McGuire, Rocky Schacht, Mark McCandless, Steve Carpenter, Bob Hoyt, Mike Falbo, Mike Champion, Randy McKinnon, Bob Kazanjy, Fred Mayr- hofer, Sam Peek. Second row: Gary Rodman, Rick Jacobs, Mike Ev- ans, Richard Keyser, Briggs Shade, Biff Bonnar, Mike Wood, Bruce tai Borchardt, Tom DeWald, Kim Heinle, Jim Crother, Alan Korn. Third row: Paul Cleeland, Mike McCray, John Van Dordrecht, Gary Ro- verts, Paul Schacht, Pete Woodfill, Steve Clark, Chris Palchak, Greg Lindstrom, Jim McKennon, Steve Martin, Jim Jengtes, Mike Cecchini, John Surzem, Bob Courtney, Kim Wright, Steve Reilly. Knight of the Week xiii' Knight of the Week Randy McKinnon-Kennedy Mike Mccray-Katella Schacht charges down the fi er AL'AI Wkyl Z kyyvyxy S 1 vwS..W W AA "" Y . Q , V,,V. ,,W, A 2- --'-1, -', - ' K' ,ML Z! Knight of the Week Steve Carpenter-EI Modena ia., . 22953: fi. . ,Fw v-J' Carpenter fakes to McCandIess 'Q' We Nl L an Q W V ,,,,. W,,..M-Q-'M 'swan ez - ' ' 7 McCandIess powers ahead as Spartans watch Ni., xi :-. Si Knight of the Week LT' 'gm' 2 Mark McCandIess-Santa Ana Valley 89N a J Bee's Come On Strong To Win Lost 3 After a narrow 8-6 victory over visiting S. A. Valley, the Bee team was overpowered by both Kennedy and Katella. Then the Bee's became a tough team in the league by win- ning their last three games in a row. Continual improvement and a desire to win by all team members were key factors in the Bee's success this year. Coach Zeich and Bauer were both pleased with the final outcome of the 1970 season and development of all players this year. 3 s'i' A T ... G if ,V.l l so ...... 'sk lstrs H ew .lf , .. ,, - 5- Mr 7. , ,,w.., . . 'ft- W- -t fe' . r. rx -new widow: Ngyviwif-l , to mo .. . .. Wt, , . ., ' 7 -ff .,.l Ar it ' K Quackenbush and Sfregola block as Gibbs f-out V powers uno!-?9n.9 F -P through hole. First row from left: Skipper Smith, Paul Corrigan, John Hahi- gan, Jeff Johnsrud, Scott Helton, Dave Kanno, Mike Sfregola, John Cantrell, Dave Szkaradek. Second row: Terry Nolan, Robbie Gibbs, Andy Katnik, John Hohener, Craig Hampton, Phil Christ, Jeff Anderson, Steve Shaw, Cliff Hughes, Jim Sardo. Third row: Mark Dierkes, Jack Owen, Ed Laird, Jeff Gormin, Dave Sutherland, Bill Duberley, John Vostmyer, Paul Hoesterey, Dan Dankins, John Craig. Fourth row: Coach Bauer, Joe Cueto, Mark Bennet, Randy Collins, Steve Gortz, Mike Lubinski, Steve Keyser, Bob McGuire, Jim Castille, Bill gutton, Don Brown Lin Quackenbush, Jay Clapper, Coach eich. F 4 if ew .. ,FTF . ew if fi 3 ' f' , ,, J .Q , w'83 5 33, sa tis: A ' J..-72 .116 8 5f' 52 ...381 J .. 4 4. Q J J ggxw- K . W , F Q F :HQI , , 1 Q ' m e ia, 1 5 1 V W J fi v ' W A ' . K5 . y . , 'f' I ,lex ' E A uz 9,51 ., " H I i ' fa ' 'sc' ' M' ' NJ ' I g 14 4 'E Ar' k ,arm L. ,X gif 14 fil301rgx M T ll r ol l idol, '61 . 4, Li . at y 'expo if A J ii' g VL" t ,J 5 W d A 4, g iv., f 5, First row from left: Bill Shade, Dave Morton, Steve Katnik, Dave Maizland, Dave Weir, Zane Anderson, Mo Weir, Tom Ramstead, Gundy Haigh, Tim Bradley, John Sinclair, Joe Valley. Second row: Dave Newquist, Hank Palmer, Dave Price, Jim McCormick, Dave Fristoe, Tim Owen, Rob Temp- lin, Frito Rodell, Rick Wodiske, Clint Scott, Clay Rossman, Scott Hodges, Chuck Nance. Third row: Eric Sameshima, Randy Switt, Paul Woodfill, Dave Berger, Brian Fugimoto, J - J? 1 x W .3 1 K N 'L t 'ff Tom Lind hands off to Alec Robbie. Mike Ross, Dick Swenson, Don Beno, Kirt Van Camp, Chuck Marvick, Mark Gray, Rick Tanaka, Tom Toler, Pete Showalter, Dave Lind. Fourth row: Coach McWilliams, Tim McCray, Ran- dy Deborick, Alec Robbie, Bill Cook, Chris Noe, Joe Ducey, Fritz Richardson, Marc Lander, Rob Steel, Paul Wilner, Gary Wilson, John Schultz, John Klingelhofer, Coach Wagner. Cee's Break Even With A 3-3-l Record " ak 'ti Coach Wagner was pleased with the success of the 1970 Cee football team. With very few re- turning lettermen from last year's squad, he rea- lized that he had to get the most from the incom- ing freshmen. The team played extremely well with the number of inexperienced players they had and ended with a 3-3-1 record. Next season the team is looking for a good number of this year's freshmen to return and form the nucleus for a championship year. 1 vw sn, ' fm Sf 4 A , W ,Q -6 I W .Qi -4' , ,Aww K F 2 ,ax ,,,. KVM lg 5 , K E t 1 T J' S , - amm- J 'Q iidf gms Z . A 3 'E3.?"' 1 Y -r SI' ,f 5 M at 1 t x E J ,,,, f V P fl , .. 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Kai Palchikoff blocks penalty shot. A ' . l . v f V ' f Q 7 5 I -' 3 eh 5 '35-a . '? ,N , 5 'Suu , " H V 1 ., , 2 F. K Y K 1 ,. "Q . 'QA , N - 4 gk 'Q-ff Ffgp ' :- if , "yn-Q ,E Jw -. f . Wg, I f f' 'fs if J' " 44" .pf ,Q V -S Y, 1- K + sm..- " - my v gg V get Q . w, - Q ' W 55 . 7 ..k Ji - 1 ti U 2 is R 7 5. J. K " 'S K V' ww... fiqif A 'w A " .4 -,ar .:- - V, H , A, m. , , 'h,j' 1 , , v pm, ' Q' Q' +-J ' 9 "yu ,, , K , if H WM 7 ,,. if ,, 7, ii' - .1 fwig Nw Mr: ea. if , - 'A fm, ff' -'f H: V Z'lZi3,-wff51- ,Q K ufgip ' 4- ni V, 1 5 f 'f A. . Xrfw h ' M ,ggi K 17 g ' ,M Va'e F 'V ggyaz, ,maui f .W "' ,1 e f' , -Q., wr , I iw , ,,., l ..-f: 3" NV f ' . iw ,M K an 93 ,. g L IAQ. Row 1: Rick Blethen, Tom Blanton, Matt Cohen. Row Pettibone, Perry Secor, Dave Sodaro Ste 2: Mark Green, Dave Hansen, Dave Pinkerton, Larry Bill Smith, Scott Huntsman, Doug Moon. Pauling, Mike Hastings, Rod Strachen. Row 3: John Varsity Woterpolo Tops Their League This year's Varsity waterpolo team was paced by co-captains Steve Furniss and Doug Nloon as the Knights won their third league championship in the last four seasons. The team compiled a 15-7 record, downing such C.l.F. powers as Lakewood, Sunny Hills, Cali- fornia, and Valencia. Steve Furniss, the Geek, always showing out- standing sportsmanship as well as skillfull ag- gressiveness, led the team through the meets scoring a total of 81 goals. Other talented players were sophomores John Pettibone and Rod Strachan, juniors: Perry Secor, Dave Sodaro, Bill Smith, and Kai Palchikoff. As both Steve and Doug are seniors, next year's team will be built around five of this year's start- ing seven. Coach DeLong feels, "We can look for- ward to a very fine team that will be playing top C.l.F. competition." ve Furniss, ts-erm' ' KY' , .. V V ' t Coach Delong explains strategy to team - Q ,X f H " or --- - err i t W E - , u H WM is ,Sw Wa- b Q - Q 1g,,j"' ,,,.,e5,e,ea,,,, I Q . L ., g .W - 'I I V . - W nal . ,ew My I , iw e as . 0 ' il UN- 4 six 5: W ' '. ,V w-.51 ,pf I tra - ' 'W . - f 'M M ww. A fm Xk .lug ,,,, -Efupwgf ,VQQ ,N , w .- ,f . A -, at--www ,lf W V ip l' . 1, . 1' its if , , . -3 - - P , my kic3k,L'L"-K MVT- W ie W 53 'S' :3 ' Y -:a.i"-fif Wei.. , . -9,1 ' it t r -,s .. - K' f A , , , 1 ,, .-g.s2,,-riggmgg, - wig,-.. f ,rw - . , ' ' k,.,-. v . .,-- 1 - ' - , f .7 . 5, . V,k7 W V,k.. kk ' H ,sw Mighty Frosh-Soph Come on Strong This year's Bee team placed second in the league and compiled a 5-6 record. Top play- ers for the Bees were Jay Palchikoff, Mike Hastings, Randy Vogel, and Bob Bonebrake. Many of these boys will be assets to next years varsity team. The Knight's Cee team won the 1970 league championship and had a fine 9-3 over- all record. This year's team was paced by first year man Wit Davis. Davis scored 48 goals and should be a real asset during the next three years. Coach and team members unite. -if N 5 'rv X . X y is , b 3-4, gif 1 X 'X L 1 k X Vx if V 5 '11, -4- 'f . ' 4 -fbi -f l i ': i as Q-I' ' 5 l xx 4' fx III. VH 4 W. 'IIIII I I X III X W I mu 'II' -I II I I I WIIIIIIII "IH I' 2 I I III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I..I I X I! I I I I II I I IIIIIIIIII' ,IIIIIII ll' XIII II l I I IIIIIIWI .,,I,,,,.II,,.I I Ill ll II"15II III , I II , ' " I Il II II.. II III IIIIIII II. I II I I III III IIN, IIgM,II IIIIIIIIIIH I II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINAIIN X W IIIII III I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 RIN I I IIIIIIH . II 'II 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIII I I I I II' I III " IW IMI I rm. 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Garibay leads EI Modena in race M rw 'A " 4 L 4 N ry " Y Q AV' L s4.A 5, ,K ,N ' A L k fav Ah M i N - 1,15 ,-rr L . , R V r " .Y 5 A " ' Q 'ag Q' 'A W , , r , e A g M h , e L sr is 4. 1 r ' f .age 1 " A ca 3 flak, 3 'ia If n my fig ,ir R . 5 1 K h .. ss ., - Q - l From left: Mel Mellili, Keith Sneden, Mike Vega, Pat Coxon, Tom Messina, Steve Mellili, Steve Dezotel, Dan Murray, Sal Garibay, Mike Flanagan, Larry Egbert, Randy Jeffs. Varsity Bottles For League Co-Championship To Coach Whitaker this year has been "by far the greatest year for Foothill's distance runners." The harriers opened their season by winning the Corona Del Mar Invitational. Larry Gerich and Bruce Todd took individual honors with a first and second finish. All six runners placed in the K top nine positions. Foothill's Varsity was rated fourth in Orange County. ln addi- tion, the team produced four sophomores for the "all county team." They were: Larry Gerich-first, Bruce Todd-fourth, John Murray-sixth, and Don Ross-seventh. Behind Tim Reilly, captain, the Varsity was led through its first undefeated season in dual meets, to the league co-championship. 52212, 59gEfnAgS1gfhmgw'li, J0hI'l Murray. Bruce Todd. Don Ross, Brad Fowler, Larry Gerich, Tim Reilly, Rudy JF. From left: Perry Vermillion, Ken Hobbs, Scott Lingle, Rick Himes, Glenn Morton, Steve Van Meter, Rick Weber. Great Future For Young Runners Junior Varsity runners finished their season as second in the league. They won at both Corona Del Nlar and Orange County lnvitationals and came in second at Westminister. The Frosh-Soph team was third in the league. They showed high indications of being "one of the finest groups of fresh- men runners in Orange County." The teams as a whole will lose two top men in Tim Reilly and Brad Fowler next year. Coach Whitaker feels, "The biggest problem will be to find someone to re- place the leadership provided by Tim Reilly." ' wif s it 61 it all Flanagan sprints hard against opponent. 2 a M , - m QQ gf Basketball S M fn ' ' -'.:,. . and ,. W ii' X X ob 'ik' K f lu! 0 g . Coach Hummell Peterson age X an fa 25? ""'i.- .. A for tip-off against Katella. ... 'f Pfleiderer steadies for free-throw. Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Rubwoux Sunnyt4Ms L.P.VVHson Troy EIDorado Troy Sannago Savanna La Habra LoweH KateHa VHM Park Knights Struggle To 9-I5 Record Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi Foothi ................SanCIemente EI Modena Orange Nhssknn KateHa ViHa Park San Clemente EI Modena Orange Nhsskan 60 67 59 82 61 79 87 83 57 76 80 53 ll struggles for goal. 5 . M.-ew SEE sf! if? 54 We I 11 1Q ..vk, Q'A: f e nd Knight of the Year Ray Schultz Q Vw Q, Ciaus and Pfleiderer play offensive court 'asv' FoofhiII's Basketball Team Gains Experience For Future Success For this years Basketba I team it was a rebuilding season. The players worked hard to gain experience from their success they had as a team as well as their failures. The team has used what they have learned to become a moving force to work their way back up to the top of the league that has be- come a basketball tradition at Foothill. Among the top players on the team are Ray Schultz who was the top scorer in the league and also the most valuable played voted on the team. Rob Tuvell also a high scorer for the Knights and top Kneeling left to right: Clay Rossman, Coach Hummel, Bob Thiele. Standing: Steve Peterson, Ray Schultz. Steve Dezotel, Bill Nielson, free throw man, Jim West high rebound man, ano players such as Scott Pfleiderer, Dennis Murphy, Dennis Claus, Steve Felton and Steve Peterson wh were also fine players for the Knights. As the mos? improved player Steve Dezotell came through many tight spots to help the team. Next year there will be four returning lettermen to act as the platform from which the Basketbal team will work their way back up to a flawless record that has been achieved in previous years. Bob Williams, Dennis Murphy, Dennis Claus, Scott Pfleiderer, Pat +514 McCool, Rob Tuvell, Jim West, Steve Felton, Stan Hansen. vm,-W FSE... y , X ,M I f Q 1 1 " ,f .,4""""'m Murphy defies gravity with skill. Q, 'Wwe-..,'K.j' I 'W f lag Left to right: Coach Robbins, Dan Allman, Rob Pinkerton, Harold Scott, Russ Little, Tom Steffy, Lu Schildmeyer, Bob Moen, Kevin Harding, Dave Rowenhorst, Tom Stro- Et t Welshans up for two points. 106 61:4 If 3 fri bel, Gary Van Camp, Larry Buster. Missing from picture: Jeff Welshans, John Cullen, and Jim Gittleson. H .gcllvhll "ff W V Z .Q W ,K .aww Junior Varsity Basketball Team Rebounds To Victory The 1970-71 Junior Varsity basketball team was one of Foothill's finest. After losing close games to Tustin and Mission Viego in the first round of league play, the team re- bounded and during the second round was the best in the league. The season's high- point was a 100-76 victory over Katella, thus becoming Foothill's first team to top the cen- tury mark. Outstanding team play, with an even scoring attack, marked the efforts of Junior Knights. First row from left: John Capbozoli, Bill Wodiski, Mike An Scott Thomas third row Coach Whitmore Norm Fristoe derson, second row: Keith Pipes, Scott Huson, Gus Alagna Bill Weingart Larry Witt Drew Siebert Bill Carollo Bee Cogers Hit Season High Coach Whitmore's Bee Basketball team started out well in pre-season competition with a 6-2 record. The loss of two key players, Jay Beesmeyer and Tom Lauderdale, only temporarily hampered the Knights who rallied hard throughout the remainder of the season. The highest scores were earned by John Capa- zolli, with 239 points in 17 games, and Mike Ander- son, who contributed 30 points to the 91 scored against El Modena. Larry Witt exhibited fine rebounding. Voted the Most Valuable Player, his talent and show of spirit were responsible for wins over such forces as San Clemente and Orange. i un ar eco o eve a o e om o is e, ave ri Randstead John Klinglehofer Marc Fredericks Third row Sl ai lug lv '35 Cee Knights Crush Kotello 45-3l ln their oppening league battle, the Cee Basket- ball team slipped by Katella High School, 45-31. Starters Jim Mengos and Alec Robbie averaged 10 rebounds per game. Rising to meet the challenges of sickness, in- juries, and lack of height, the Cee's compensated with quickness and developed shooting from out- side. Perhaps the best rounded player on the squad was John Klingelhofer who averaged 9 points a game. He turned the ball over less than five times throughout the season. Ending the season with a crushing victory over Katella, the Cee Knights will undoutedly higher the quality of future FHS basketball teams. X 'Q 0' junk - if 0',,,,., ' I 1 . 44 - ' . -.. A D fu", ' .. , lips- :IK X in First row from left Larry Sorenson Steve Carollo Dave Lin Coach Poston, John Shultz, Alec Robbie, Jim Mengos, Rick BIID b S ndrw St Elison ScttRownT Wdk D F'stoe. -X 34 -H . ,......-our-, . . 'r'r J sei-Hfiffianlsliii SQ, s ""' 109 W First row from left: Tim Carter, Mike Knobbe, Mark Gay, Scott Alexander. Second row: Kevin O'TooIe, Ran dy Jones, Jeff Wanlass. Third row: Paul Seitzinger, Miles Gillmore, Dave Kittay, Russ Ason, Bob Green. VT 9 . . S: x in , R if gi? QNX Y kt f . 21. H 5: -, ' , tl is 1 First row from left: Rob Phillips, David Maizland, Mo Weir, Wayne Garner. Second row: Nate Good, Doug Meredith, Bob Rahaeuser, Kevin Jordan, Mark Day. Third row: Alan Korn, Doug McCauley, Keith Speed, John McGuire, Gerry Silver, Steve Martin. N jCliff Jarmie sets grapevine on hapless opponent. First row from left: Rod Youngman, Dan Murray, Rich Meyers. Second row: :Cliff Jarmie, Mark McNulty, Jeff Evans, Clint Scott. Third row: Fred Mayrhof- ler, Gary Roberts, Bob Kazaniy, Randy McKinnon, Joe Taylor. f'7Iin Gropplers Fight Woy to 3rd Ploce The FHS Wrestling team saw its finest season ever in 1971, losing only two dual meets throughout the year. Placing third in league, the Knights only losses came at the hands of perennial wres- tling powers, EI Modena and Tustin High Schools. ln their meet against Villa Park, the Knights trailed by two points upon entering the final match. Although outweighed by 50 pounds, Alan Korn then decisioned his op- ponent for a 23-22 Foothill victory. Other Varsity grapplers having key sea- sons were: Rich Meyers lO-2, Dan Murray 8-2-2, Mark McNulty 11-1, Cliff Jarmie 9-2-1, Joe Taylor lO-2, and Fred Mayrhoffer 10-1. With Coaches Wiseman and Marzilli add- confidence and experience, FHS can look for- ward to a league championship. - vasmas ibnwwr-W Doug Meredith takes down opponent for two points. i .i ,M V K s xv fQ11,.Mi,JAk ,i - I 521451 1. PM M, ,L 1 . .,LL,,. ,---v Baseball 1, , , 7 K :M wk WV 'fx Am J JV! A H545 V I mmm . ff 33 H' 5 ,ff f ,+ is ,, ' 1. - 0 w K ,ga gf , , , mA WW V ,Q VV . K my 7 ,.,.k,,a w W ' 'W' W 1 ' . ' Ng : N ,X is ,D YA f' iv U 1. Ami Q ,W r - I ' :Mq,rib i?xf, Q '01 ' - V- ,'f' x. w f' .1 ,' ? wp., , , JK K W? "f'ff""'?" W, . - W J Qiv-MME.A,.X Mf-:,fa12,:s :Lsm A2:14 x- 1 ,,.W,af, 1 M ,wig V' mJ,Lf,,,5,s. 'wi-2. ,d ' "M . ' Riff " :k"3f'f"'W' ' . M ,: -..-.541 ff' V ,5 ., .L il i W, - K A V u..x-V,. , , 1 :1 V ,.,, Ny-,.., , A A A A M'ik,45,3Q ,wK, A .4 ,W . v , T. M. f' i Y 2 SQ' - gf ii ,. 55 5 , Schacht beats throw to first. 1 V1 -ar 1 Y we 4' Mike Falbo scores first run against Westminister. 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Second row: Russ Lit- Bob Hoyt, Ray Schultz, Rob Tuvell, Steve Carpenter, and tle, John Van Dordrecht, Rocky Schacht, Wheeler Bird- John Bridston. Knights Faced Difficult Return Baseball has been often referred to as the most unpredictable game of breaks and certainly our knights have suffered from a lack of breaks. With a O-6 league record midway through the season the Knights faced a difficult comeback. There were some outstanding players who showed excellent potential. Steve Carpenter, Rocky Schacht and Rob Tuvell supported the Knights with their hitting ability. Some excellent pitching was displayed by Mike Maes, Bob Hoyt and Ray Schultz. With the fine ability shown at times by the other young athletes on the team, the Knights put it all together for a great team effort. There were many outstanding seniors who have led Foothill to the Santa Ana Summer League Championships the past two years who will be missed next baseball season. These boys are cap- tains Steve Carpenter and Rocky Schacht, third baseman Dennis Claus, pitchers Bob Hoyt, Mike Maes and Ray Schultz: and outfielders Briggs Shade and Jim Evans. wsu www. --A 2 -'nw "W Bob Hoyt hurls pitch into homeplate. ig, V..V 1 , . .W .gf .,-mwmfa ,A 4 gh ,, Mgmwn w- M 11- 4, J 4 'EAI' W 8 , as : f Q av: aw 'Q , ,H iv 3 Q, if kv 1 E 3, 'S -up-v ,V+ ,,WH.,,, Gary Van Camp takes ! off for first. ' in -Jan N' 1111- . 'B-me Y gy. 1 I"7M' '-QYKQQK 3: L ,rwwa LM L V-M A 535 ,QM f M,-V V 2- +- ' , A K - Q YQ, mf, X , .. ' - A if Q ' . . , A :L..'Q-Q 4. u 'R .sf .v H V " . . ' w Q'fQ." ' A " '- Y 'Q 3, A" 1 ff - ' : .fe Q.:-Q' " ,, " 7. ' , wg . - f m--' ' , ' .. -' "'f"I"' , ERE. . Q, V A - ,f 1 -M "" x W' , A L. . ,. 5 . WV.k . K Aj., mkdbw K, ,.:,. A V. V ,E V ,gh xl H ':. ' Q f W f 1"' f.v,f .:w.,.,ffff K':f ..w . fi if -- WL -. , -6 MW V u - . - N "W , W, , Lx. , .,,, . K W . 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' we 3 11,15 il.-,ss ,s ..,. ,, r e.gis:fgxg'f.-sf :ig V V ' ' .. . - ' gff,gri?.1tTiwf it -. - . gqgrref . V ., .. 'Y Nr -. u r' , . ' fl , reg -fs A- A i. N 1, , -4' . if gg.iqw' ff -1 'M V -r f 'r V AV fimrf' gk Q . , . - . f ' U 4 WM' gi? - - p V . ' 323-fitizef, Vi 'T i ' rl ti Aids ,gifillm Wi' 7 -as .lf W 1- we-fs., .. ,. 1 .. .f w r - 'L Ez. -P , - 1 'Q f Saws we it f M.. ,so famf1eeefhw, ew - -1 ,V . First row from left: Kurt Tiffany, Jeff Evans, Ed Laird John Hohener, Rudy Reta, Mark Reidlinger, Tom Brak ley. Second row: Ernie Albright, Dan Allman, Bill Geyer, lV's Look Towords The Future The 1971 Junior Varsity baseball team, al- though plagued by walks and unearned run's showed the ability to compete in one of the toughest J.V. leagues ever. The team had many bright spots in its '71 season. It showed it had speed and courage to continually battle back. With an over all team effort and many fine individual efforts the outlook for the 1971 varsity season looks great. y .. yyimlm, 5 gt K.. V ' .k'.8x.m....f: Gary Van Camp, Keith Speed, Pete Cooper, Dave Szkaradek, and Coach Bauer. Frosh-Soph Hos Sfrong Defense This year we have a strong defensive team bolstered by Tim Davey at shortstop and Dave Price at third base. This, backed up by our five outfielders that can be interchanged without loss of defensive power, has helped build a strong Frosh-Soph team. The out- fielders are Jose Cueto, Murray Willis, Alex Robbie, Rob Steel and Scott Rowen. Pitching has been our major concern so far, but if the pitching staff continues their present form of control pitching, we should be a very tough team to beat. ef' lun. .Q A ""bs..f-' Lg. Frrst row from left Bob Bader Curt Dnetrlck Tom Ram Dan Danskm John Schultz Jose Cueto Thlrd row Steve stead Murry Wullrs Dave Bowan Dave Morton Second Shaw Joe Ducey Bull Tutton Steve Gortz John Nahegan, Tennis Q' t . First row from left: Jim McCormick, Bob Wein- berg, Brian Berkhausen, Chuck Harrison, Glen Morton, Mark Thorpe, Coach Wagner. Second row: Rich Miller, Andy Opfei, Scott Hodges, T Zurn Norm Mclnis Skipper Smith Jon Dean McCormick smashes Katella Iob. Stephens, Dean McCormick, John Harrison, Ross Mclntyre, Gregg Wanlass, Bruce Bjorn- son, Brad Aris, Brian Brown, and Keith Sneden. 4 4, 1 ' ti. - :':' , . . s it ,- ... 1 gif, - : if -I r""""'. ' - F ' F F - -W se. --is --.Q WtffagzSf1fsf,f- My P , f ' , vA.v ,,5.,,.mM., , . .. I 1 . it Bob Weinberg sends forehand into back court. ,.. ..,,.-f is F Knights Net League Favorite The outlook for Foothill's tennis team was promising with the return of league champions and key supporters, Keith Sneden and Greg Wanlass. Pre-league play opened by soundly defeating Marina, a 4-A school. The Knights really showed their colors after trouncing El Modena 24-4 and Villa Park 25-3. Even the league favorite, Katella, was overpowered, 23W-41!2. Bruce Bjornson and Tom Zurn provided the major strength in singles competition. Bob Wein- berg's winning record also helped to bring Foot- hill to victory. Doubles were fortified by the teams of Jon Stephens-John Harrison and Dean Mc- Cormick-Brian Brown. Foothill has a fairly young squad with the po- tential to produce future championship teams. ,ji A A . 4 .. - fw un. Tom Zurn spins his wicked second serve. 12 O H f ...., Mm ,.,,, , ' M V. ,nga 1"' ,K ' , I g, 1 5 A ,,,. 1,,, 2 s , rf s 2 " 7 rr, . wire., Q., ,in ,,,. ,., 4 N.ex3Za.f,, ,, -63,3 A 19' A Q5-,,-xsffm W X frfw 755w'iw',-'1 f"' 5 f: --M '-., sw 1 1- V w 'sw ww-he ' ' , ' 'V r-if 3 -ffWz,2'i"5?'mrs,, ww 4y'.- A Chris Jordan inspects results of clean drive. . -M. K I H. ,., 1, Q 4 f 5 'N .1 First row from left: Mo Weir, Gary Wilson, Scott Elko, John Cullen, Scott Helton, Dan Rabun, Dan Hartman, Paul Accongio, Don Beno, Dave Weir. Second row: Dave Coach McWilliams, and Rick Miller. Williams, Chris Jordan, Randy Scholnick, Glenn Toth, Scott Helton stoops to claim his prize. we ir.: Wm 2 is QE ,. , , "" ' f s . ' A M, , A , llzifsmigm , , it W - '--' Q Vorsily, J.V. Golf Show Strong Yeor The golf team, with 17 members this year, tried for their first league crown ever. Varsity's first match left Katella behind by 55 strokes. Jeff Brown was the only senior on the team, with juniors Dave Williams, Rick Miller, Chris Jordan, Dan Rabun, and Charley Bell balancing the line-up. Sophomores Randy Scholnik, John Cullen, and Scott Helton also played, under the guidance of Coach lVlcWilliams. Paul Accongio, Don Beno, and Scott Elko were regu- lars for the J.V. team. Others with consistent talent were Glenn Toth, Dave Weir, IVlo Weir, and Gary Wilson. S?- u I-U I .'x'x' v .:.:,:. . . 1':"':'l x 151: pg g. . I' .i .' 'u I-R I .QW xq A N . I L I .I xxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx xx x x x x x x x x x x x x xxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxx xxx x xxx x xxxx xxx xxxx xxxxx xxx xxx xx xxxxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxx x xxxxxxx x xxxxxx xxxx xxxxx xxx x x xx xxxx xxx x xxx xx xxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx x - xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxx xxx -. I l.......-.A..-..'. . xx ... .... .. . x . xx.. .xxx x x .. .. xl hlkxlll ll I xx . x xxxxxxx . xx ' xx xxxx . . xxxxxx . . xkxxxlxxlx . . . x x ... rx ...'9... .. x xx Kllx x , x ...x xxxx .. . .. ,xxxxxxx xxxx... x xx 58 K ll- .- . I 'V I - A 5 5... --0 6 8 !. F , lx Eric x. -C x ---PI -.- x , Smith flies out ahead. Q it ! 5 Y. 5' u si if "' I as -.,., Furniss starts, determined to win. F5 I' h P F ,A r ' 1 I P .. tt 2 v- ,. ' 4. 1. 'fl.Q.'Q, ---b- .ar - - -- .....-..-4'Le"" -3,-14, ..- - - - V -V.. -Q-. , 4--Q -Q. ...-, t 9-J-+ - '- ""2Ge"'i5-'-2 "' N t Jay Pachikoff leaps into the 200 Free relay. R Swimming wr'-f2""' W, f M 4.2, 9i",,,.-. F 3 f . -M ,f X r' :A Y A- A L . , ,aj 0 K M A ' -wx -L W 5"'.,1r, iff-rf. W N, , , N, A K-M... KMHMM few H- - L W few Y ,N .,,.iN M. A . M A X K K JW S.. in P M Q b- K .. .V.. Ulf, t fe ."8"'faqLg :A ,QM ' A it U -.,, we K1 L A ,,'ww,3Qt, r' . , M W. tiw 4,1 I 9, '55 Southworth takes I 4 , e,.. . L f f 5 , ,31a,.,.,a.- , . Q, , ,L K ,A 'wr-wr r f in -'55 a breather. H W ..., K 12 Varsity Swim Team-Best Ever The 1971 Varsity Swimming Team was the best team in Foothill's Swimming History. The Knights established themselves as the top team in CIF early in the season as they coped the CIF relay meet. At press time the Knights were enjoying an undefeated season which included an 11-O dual meet mark plus the lst Annual All Orange County Swimming Championship. Foothill's Varsity Swimming team was paced by three time All-American Steve Fur- niss, and sophomore sensation Rod Strachan. Steve was the top swimmer in CIF and at Press time looked like an All-American candi- date in five events. Other outstanding per- formers on the 1971 squad were Bill Miller, Bill Smith, Dave Sodaro, Witt Davis, Doug Moon, Mark Green, John Pettibone, Perry Se- cor, Randy Vogel. Foothill's Divers were Mike Hastings, Mark Hastings and Mike Miller who played an im- portant part in the CIF Championship. With 1O of his top 12 swimmers returning for 1972 Coach DeLong is extremely opti- mistic towards Foothill's Aquatic Future. "If we're successful in winning the 1971 CIF Swimming Championship I feel we should win the 1972 Championship." Varsity left to right: Larry Johnson, Mark Hastings Randy nrss Bill Miller Rod Strachan John Pettibone Perry Vogel, Mark Green, Dave Sodaro, Doug Moon Steve Fur Secor Bill Smith Wit Davis x 128 'X H f' , . f ,, . , . ., . .. . , . . . M . . . . . . . . . . . Y .1 an 1. 1- 1 l Cee's left to right: Back row: Don Quayle, Eric Smith, Todd Travis. Front row, Ken Wills, John Secor, Robbie Cher- ney, Mike Miller. ,fa V-if F . ,0,,,,, , Z my m 2 -.W.,,,, ,rs - .......s. l , -Y iw-so K b AA 1, "' 'Rn lm. iam--uma f' Bee's left to right: Mat Cohen, Bucky Grey, Bill Southworth, Bob Bonebrake. l Bee's And Cee's Take League The B Team won the Crestview League Championship with a 5-1 mark. Several swim- mers demonstrated great improvement and could figure into the 1972 Varsity plans. They are Sophomores, Bob Bonebrake, Jay Palchi- koff and Bill Southworth. Nlatt Cohen has shown great improvement in the 200 and 400 yard freestyles and should add great depth to next year's Varsity Team. The 1971 C Team was 10-1 at press time and were undefeated in League lVleets. Steady performers for the C's were John Secor, Eric Smith, Don Quayle, Kinny Wills, Mark Hast- ings, Robbie Churney, and Todd Travis. ' 'ff ' f vain f ,. , if .f -v -r ,. 1 o 1 , . , , li . . . . , , 1, It 'gk M", f . - ,Few Wagga? ' '31-Tailfi-T33 - ,gg f 1 T 4 rock ww S 1 Q 8 'f is i any vw Mark McCandIess attempts 21 foot jump. Bob Williams leads the pack in 180 hurdles. M, . .Marc ara' we 'W M-i r 1' N l . ' 'N 5 f r l .lx' . First row from left: Chuck Ginsburg, Bob Courtney, Scott Pfleiderer, Bob Williams, Jim McKinnon, Glenn Bradley, Marc McCandless, Alan Korn, Mike McCray, Second row: Dave Pinkerton, Mike Jackson, Dave Williams, Lou Schildmeyer, Tim "Mr. CIF" Reilly, Kevin Donavan, Richard Keyser, Tom Lachmar, Bob Varsity Strength Captures New Records Foothill's track team showed some of the most feared com- petition in the Crestview League this year. A consistent and very strong team, they downed Villa Park as well as one of the top-rated teams, Katella, 64-63. ln their first home meet the squad demolished San Clemente. Individual honors were numerous throughout the season. Competing in the Shorty Smith Relays at Santa Ana College, the mile relay team, Mark McCandless, Bob Courtney, Tim Reilly, and Kevin Donavan, captured first place with a time of 3:32.2. The shot put crew took a first in another relay. At Chafee Invitational Tim Reilly ran an exceptional time of 1:59.8, setting a school record in the 880. Kevin Donavan fin- ished with a 49.9 time in the 440. Larry Gerich and Bruce Todd earned first and second places for the 1320. A second place spot was also picked up by freshman Rob Pinkerton in the 70 yard high hurdles. Members displayed fine efforts in other areas. At Tustin Bob Williams jumped his six foot best and Larry Gerich ran the mile in 4:27 for one of the best times in Orange County. Richard Keyser threw an Orange County record of 151'3" in the discus against Tustin. At the El Modena meet he shot putted 54'4V2". Tom Lachmar and Jim McKinnon proved valuable in these two events. Larry Egbert and Glenn Bradley ran both the 100 yard 220 yard dashes and teamed up with Bob Williams and Kevin Dona- van in the 440 relay for a 44.4 time. An unfortunate back injury side-lined Al Melilli for the season. He was well-liked and missed by all. A special mention also goes to Coach Whitaker, the man be- hind all the success. He provoked spirit as well as talent in all the members. Gall, Sam Peek. Third row: Gordon Brooks, Jim Jentges, John Spurzem, Larry Egbert, Ed Mooney, John McGuire, Gary Rodman, Jim Crothers, Doug Lockwood, John Murray, Mel Mellili, Don Ross, Bruce Todd, and Larry Gerich. Tim Reilly chalks up another 880 win. 4 Z--sei, . if was hi Q Q . i Q m....1 M.,-.-pf ,,.,,,, ggi? ,. Www .F Kevin Donovan finishes first in 440 dash. U n , l Le it inf 0:4 i ' M5 , -an liz 3 'S -. 7 'fl w '+:f"fm. A X - wxvi 6 on ' vxmggk W- , ,V As 1,4 K L. 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' "'4f'f!":5,11Jl8f' ,aff 4?w.,' "A 4: sgwf Ao www QL W First row from left: Kevin Jordan, Jack Owen, Bruce Cohn, Russ Ason, Miles Gilmore, Jim Ferarro, and Scott Lengel. Second row: Rick Blethen, Stephen Reilly, Craig Hampton, Andy Katnik, Keith Pipes, Rob Pinkerton, Bob McGuire, Jeff Pfarr, Steve Key- si rf Q5 tt 4 Bees Show Great Potential The strong individual efforts and talents of the Bee track team has helped them to come through with a winning season. Proving invaluable in the distance events is Steve Melilli and Kevin Jordon. In the field events Jeff Heath dominates the high jump and in the long jump Stephen Reilly has proven to be strong. Showing outstanding ability in the discus is Bob lVlcGuire, who has broken the sophomore record as a freshman with a throw of 137'. Also doing well in the shot put Bob throws 432 Nlost valuable in the shot put is Andy Katnik who has a best put of 47'. Stephen Reilly and ser, Jerry Silver, Joe Gross, Terry Nolan, Steve Melilli, Mark Bennett, Randy Jeffs, Clifford Hughes, Bill Carollo, Jeff Heath, Dave Sutherland, and Jeff Anderson. Scott Hughes lead San Clemente in 100 yard dash. is c , W, . sc ew X if ., ., ws J bliil . -4 1- N. -' M Cee Trock Develops New Tolent The Cee Track has gained great experience this year and will provide strong prospects for next years track team. Among the top men on the team are Dave Maizland in the distance events and Tom Tilson in the low hurdles. For the field events Al Rodil is strong in the high jump and tops in the pole vault is Mike Palchak and Bill Yetor. ln the shot put is Mark Gray and Tom Tolar, Tom putting the shot a distance of 4l'. Scott, Tim McCray, and Randy Swift. Third row: John Klinghofer, Tom Messina, Kevin Shear, Gerald Perkel, Mike Ross, Tom Toler, Steve Vanmeter, Ken Hobbs, and Rick Himes. i l K Q -Al t ,rw ,if fi if ee law: if Er fl tit li li sk I X X .1 X gy i I 'Cv V it J x xv - if f w X tr to wht Q gi QM if 'X U i 61' ' si? . V l J ee' iffrib- , tb 0505 N QGAA Replocbgibr-?iQ7id With The New This has been a year of innovation for Foot- hill's G.A.A.-old traditions have been broken and new ones established. The first annual mother-daughter recreation night proved a suc- cess, G.A.A. breakfasts have a new image, and the old blazer is gone. Although the new has re- placed the old in some areas, that unfailing tradition of success still stands, upheld by the tremendous pride and enthusiasm on the part of all the girls and their advisors. Foothill's win- ning record was extended by teams in all areas of sportsday competition as they put together new skills and continued sportsmanship to con- tribute to a very successful year. G.A.A. Head Advisor: Miss Kelly Q """"""""" ' 'Q Kat i e fggvsga i . G.A.A. Managers: First row from left: Officiating-D. Beck, Modern Dance-K. Varian, Volleyball-K. Poirier, Synchronized Swimming-K. Miller. Top row: Hockey-L. Hud- dleston, Basketball-M. Weber, Badminton-M. Poirier, Tennis-G. Beck, Swim-P. Shine, Archery-M. Miller. 136 G.A.A. Officers: Top from left: Frosh. Rep. P. Gavin, Sec.-L. Dunbar, Vice Pres.-J. Stubbs, Soph. Rep.-T. Duquette, Pres.-T. Duquette, Treas.-K. Adams. ,gi First row from left: S. Beatty, D. Frady, Huddleston, J. Price. Second row: P. Anler, . Klotche. . Smyth, B. Osborn. Third row: R. Little, M. Jack- K Adams, L. Dunbar, J. McGuinn, S. Huson, L. son, L. Holderman, D. Preston, E. Meir, H. C C Kamanski, K. Poirier, L. Brewer, L. Mitchel, . Juniors 'A 'J ' if . -1 54' ff 'S 4 f w"""'5""fr' Q . J lxwllihii Vf...A L- . ' i ' ffzffg 2 WFS I Nha' ,.-..r f ., . vi ' 'WC 01 . , .gy , ' I ' Q I sq.. ni.. . ,I ..-. I V 1 . 3 f 1 iffy: J I ' 4 3 if I . Q fd! - ,.,, iiifsfz,f'f,,ff ' . , , - . 4 N, 'im A ' Frosh. Advisor: Miss Wood- wa rd Freshman First row from left: C. J. Hicks, D. Vodrey, L. Belinn, K. Bradley, K. Getten, D. Beran, J. Watson. Second row: J. Mathews, L. Mahr- tens, D. Pyeatt, C. Powers, K. Erickson, D. Kirk, C. Thomas, K Meergs. Third row: S. Mayrhofer, K. Clapper, D. Degraffenreid S. Feign, P. Gavin, C. McLaughlin, D. Stanley, B. Brose. , A fir? rs- .mf ., , .,,, fr 937 Xu. . in he A wwf M Junior Advisor: Miss Schargitz MX ,i Seniors Senior Advisor: Miss Powell First row from left: S. Barnum, T. Duquette, M. Martin, T. Tyler, A. Contreras, P. Garside. Third Falbo, R. Sanders, S. Green, C. Mclntyre, M. row: L. Olson, L. Olson, C. Averbach, J. Heppart Poirier, P. Shine, D. Beck. Second row: J. M. Firestone, B. Freeland, C. Craig. Stubbs, K. Varian, V. Reasoner, M. Miller, S. Q-. rf First row from left: S. Oneal Winchester, C. Quackenbush, C. Sfergola, V. Benefield, C. Reasoner, K. Bird, E. Bracy. Zigler, H. Gavins D. Perkins B. Votaw, S. Leibman, K. Miller, M. J. Pearsol, A. Powell. Second row: Peterson, L. Cutting, T. Ryder, R. Third row: B. Varian, K. Gorkie, K. D. Mattics A. Forkey. First row: on top: M. Grimes, P. McFarland, L. Lagano, R. Harding, E. Weiner. Top: A. Averbach, S. Berring, L. Holthaus. if HQ' 1 Soph. Advisor. Miss Yetter Sophomores -wk ww- 51-gg V I - . V .H , . . ,S .,. N iw .... .. QQ, i : w i , 25,2 E'- an if X 5 3 I ,,f ' 0' an x N Q T I 3 X S I 6 A Q vm, fax , ?s2T4' jfkvfggfff' A H' lar 7 WAV, www mr? at H1 F I if 1- asv' I X , 4 Q 'AM U' A Individuol Teom Sporls X V Y megq .Q . ,F K . 2, , L F A t .S , ,.., .1,g,,..g.rfff:'- l 'BZ-Xin Archery team-Back row from left: C. Pow- J. Miller, S. Adams, C. Averbach, J. Stubbs, l ers, C. Ward, S. Newall, R. Wilson, R. Little, J. McGuinn, S. Baisley. P. Garside, L. Smith, M. Miller, L. Hussey, Tennis team-Back VOW frOrn left! H- Holzwarth, L- S. Bush, T. Duquette, M. Pettibone, J. Alston, R. Jones Anlell. L- Donohugh. J- Prifle. S- Huson. R- B00bar, R. L. Dunbar, T. Duquette. Third row: M. Mims, C. Aver Harding, E. Plows, C. Mclntyre. Second row: P. Bryant, bach, G, Beck, e,,,,5 fi 5-Sis?-.S - sea- 2... . ,i '..' rr wi. 3+ 4 . fra, we I I y l i f E., V. -3 335231 I , " -2-if A wifi' '-if-Q K ,Q , 3. ,. Sr . i . .3 Q 45 H. "" 5 UQ Badminton team-Top Row From Left: M. Weber, C. row: C. Robbie, T. Duquette, C. Averbach, P. Shine, Mclntyre, S. Green, L. Huddleston, M. Poirier, J. T. Duquette, M. Mims, L. Cambell. Stubbs, D. Perkins, R. Harding, P. McFarland, Second Mrs. Glasgow, Archery Advisor Patti McFarland has a style all her own. Q. Jackie Lewis puts a thirty footer. W Wm W .... . ., ine' rw ..VV F A A ,Hwy VVLVV K ' . it 4 4 fwwi M. .wwefitlww f , wifi? . ,. . 6, , sing. H ru. iris' 4 ,WMMWMM Track team-Top row from left: P. McFarland, P. Gavin, J. row: M. Firestone, S. Green, J. McGuinn, D. Degraffenreid, C. Slane, P. Shine, J. Lewis, J. Cleary, T. Barber, P. Schildts. Crawford, K. Bird. Second row: J. Stubbs, S. Beatty, B. Brose, J. Mathews, Front KX? mwwabwm, Roslyn Little aims for the ta rget. Swim team-Back row from left: S. Chase, N. Arpin, C. Myers, S. Mayro hofer, R. Morgan, B. Votaw, J. Watson, D. Vodrey, D. Evans, J. Hueter, P Shine. Front row: K. Sneeden, K. Lull, L. Evans, D. Frady, M. May. ,N 2 3. i- I1 HQ 1? li mini' Modern Dance-Back row from left: D. Pyeatt, A. Contreras, K. Frohardt, M. Palchak, C. Pfleiderer. Third row: M. Horner, J. Heuter, J. Carlson, E. Soule, S. Dutcher. Second row: K. Bradley, T. Jones, K. Getten. Front row: K. Varian, T. Tyler D. Beran. Synchronized swim team-Back row from left: J. Watson, C. Burns K. Frohardt C Darlin ton S. Schmidt P Palmer D , I - E 1 1 - , - Knox, M. McKennett, L. Belinn. Second row: C. Green, D. Frady, K. Meengs, S. Elliot, D. Evans, M. May, K. Newbrander, C. Usa- x i Miller,.H. Holub, P. Huddleston, L. Lucas, S. Bonner, J. Steel, N. Arpin. Front row: K. Bean, B. Helton, S. Mueller, D. Stalman, tenko, V. Kail, J. Lawson. Third row: R. Morgan, L. Nelson, K L. Wilson. S. Mavroofer. -1 ..'!"...!.!5 143 'al ACADEMICS 59 ,paw K. WWF :3 3a ,- IQ wwf 1 K i ma...- -1-Q-I NM,-N if ,U-u -ug -3145 '1 , 'ax it in--K, 4, he I , ,- wit' .M .f irjy A W . . .. Qin V1 7 ,M,Nf,..w ..- --u 'kn- H.- ,M Sensors Senior counselor-Mrs. Denno Senior class council-President Dean McCormack, Scott Huntsman, Wendy Illo, Barnum. pk.- -'-u.....,q--.- AMN Jana Slane, Brad Fowler, Sally .s ,Q -nw-ggmvfwuvwv David Anderson Gail Anderson 'Qs K V 3 Aileen Andrus Mahnaz Ashteyani Steven Aston as Cindy Averbach Alan Axelrod Gary Ball Alice Baltz Dave Barber in Annette Barker Sarah Barnum Jill Barstow Debe Barton Karen Bayliss Debbie Beck Gretchen Beck Bill Bekkedahl we ml 53 w . i r' i M .. ' 3 : gf ?Q-'agiwic Barbara Bickford Barbara Behn Diane Bentley James Bird Roblynn Beight e w, we as S, we 'Zi 4 , D5 ,333 S. -. me ., 'S ifbrufze f s 532' Wg P3 a 3 L Gerry Bermingham Wheeler Birdwell Doug Blackford Paul Boggesg Laurel BOf1ebl'3ke I Larry Bishop Richard Bode William Bonnar Bryan Boyle or ,.,,lfr,4 . , w.. 1, W., . W iq.. '.', 1 ,"'- . Jean Bradley Kathryn Bradley Ken Bratton Claudia Breslow Susan Brooks Dave Brown Jacquelyn Brown Debbera Brian Demi Brigham Jeff Brown Margaret Brown Pam Bryant Brokaw M Peter Bueche Dave Bunch vcd Karen Burke Don Burks Stephanie Burns Steve Burris Beverly Burrows Donna Bush Charles Buswell fkifiiiu g F .marine ,nf ,mafia- f 5, 5 V-kgiiiifds 'za Wil B -icffllvi -w'Ii!T" 5 Lin ,-M, , 14 , Qs'?ih,fL 5, -K . 1 K-X an-.f.-w-.sg-' f g- 91,-wf mia: -f Bill Button Philip can Bonnie Calvert Christopher Camarata Kristen Cameron Laurinda Campbell Steve Carpenter Sandi Carpenter Gordon Carroll Dave Casselman Tom Chambers Brian Chase Candy Christiansen Leigh Christianson 4 Linda Clark Mike Cochrane Debra Chytraus Michael Clark Richard Cohen Carolyn Clark Dennis Claus Joel Colombo Ada Contreras Edith Cook Bernadette Cope Chris Corey 1Craig Correll "'W'!"m. Vicki Craib Victoria Crandall Robert Crawford :fx '91, Helen Corrigan Catherine Craig Debra Crothers Bonnie Crowl John Cushman l Connie Cox Sue Cutting Nora Cueto 155 Charles Dabney Jon Davis Christopher Day Chantel Detry Joe De Clue Christy Degraffenreid Maria Delahanty Cherie Delahay Darla Denardo George Dennis Dana Denzer Tom DeWald Steve Dezotell Cathy Diedrich !Karen Dietz ' 4 Dawn Dirksen Mary Dixon Dan Doherty Laurel Donohugh Kevin Donovan Danelle Dorsch Keith Dgyle Lynne Drewitz Q 1 i 5 Stacy Dubowe Katherine Duckett Toni Duquette Eileen Eastin Susan Eckhardt Mary Beth Elder Cathy Ellls Brad Ecklund Louisa Egan Larry Egbert Barbara Elzig - Terri Erwin James Evans Mary Falbo Dana Fatino el Janie Fauchier Donald Fay Jacalynne Felman 6 Steve Felton Mary Firestone Jill Fisher Steven Fitzgerald Mike Flanagan i Frank Fleischman Greg Flint we U!'M-'iv Laurie Flock Susan Foster Brad Fowler Pete Bower Pat Fox Laurie Franke Bettie Freeland Beverly Fried Debbie Friedman Lorinda Frohlin Steve Furniss Susan Gallagher Debbie Garell ig Bobbie Gargiulo Salvador Garibay Re' Patricia Garmon Greg Garrotto Pam Garside Robert Gay Lynda Gelinas 2 Debbie Gerding Frances Goldie Cindy Graham 5 .- Kenneth Gray Gayle Goldthorp Steve Graham Sandy Green Peter Grimes Deborah Grobman John Grow Yr--rx Qv Joyce Gudmundsen 4flN,'s David Guenett David Hansen John Hansen 94. Kristine Hansen Miles Hanson Neal Hanson Marcia Harris ,, , KW fi , ,R y Nancy Harris James Hasselbalch Brenda Hatter Libby Haynes Jeanne Hefner J' Q L- X- A- ""-...W l Bill Helland Barbara Helton Sue Henley Jan Heppert Jan Hess Frazier Hewettl John Hibbs David Hicks S in .r K-,S SHA Sglwii 5933 IEW N Y? SS r W iff 33 0 ,My QQSEQQSESJZQS fqrfrfx f 1, "SUM In X510 Y 'X I i ' ni If 5 x iff , T R 5 5 ,wr QM? 'ig w w S S S 6 MQ 4 arf- S54 V' S 3 fr wif, fn-Jeff, .N f'i'i555'f fa 'X .r if 2 ,wg M '43,-22 M 35 ,Q r, fr S 2 s Q75 W g 2 , S 4 S Egiggzi 3 a re R l r 5 Sffsge 53 H MWW 4:-:.'r:ri:2ff:rs-wifes: 7 frfw,r '4S2:':.:,li':-"" M' a'f:.:g,mia.f2s:i::'-' V h A E is - :L ws1?J.1J:4f2'r 1 j ' " i. 'fi A my ,g:3L,yqg,,gfy-- .. 'X' -'..-'.:::5?,f.:-"::,': : -"' . '. A - , 'fl y Q. f. - gs, V.me-waz?-M1 - 'fr -- - ,-2:V,-f-'-.g,',:.1r.ga1fi - -3- .J ' K .- K -,pf . 1 :::ff:s..'s.,9!a me ,,,-1 iv' ' -rf rel: -- . . 'Z . W ai iii' im, ii- , Y was S 1 B Jim Hicks Tracey Hill Lorraine Hilsabeck Robert Himes Karen Hodges Karen Hoefener Pat Hohn Donald Holder Janice Holderman Kurt Holter S Gail Holtaus Asa Hofbefg Douglas Howard Robert Hoyt 5 Frank Huddleston Kelly Huff Bev Hughes Patrifria Hume Gail Hunter Scott Huntsman Wendy lllo Paul Isford Lori Israel 5 Judith lvanson Douglas Ivan Pat Jasper Janet Jens Mike Jesch Linda Johnson William Johnson Bob Jones Eileen Jones Jill Jones Cheryll Jessup Claudia Johnson ,,,...s -W' ' I Barbara Kantorik Susan Kasparian Robert Kazanjy 5? , , ,I QSM: , . , . ,:i"'h' 4 ,,+ ' J 1 X I z W 3 Most Alluring Eyes Laurie Isreal and Doug Moon ff -ali' Sexiest Smile: Ray Schultz and Karen Mueller Friendliest: Wendi lllo and Bob Toler Q it A 35, ww E i W i Most Intelligent: Judy Tschirgi and Roark Keeler Most Likely to Succeed: Stan White and Marilyn Maizland Senior Polls S sig Egg' -1 Hairiest Legs: Scott Pfleiderer and Nanette Papp Senior Loudmouth: Vicki Paterno and Rick Heller-not shown Best Personality: Steve Yamaguchi and Mary ralbo Best Dressed: Bob Kazanjy and Barbara Helton qv 4' Yin- 1 . 1 - Zaniest: Gary Bali and Pat Hume Most Frecklesz Tracy Mason and Laurel Donohueh n. ie X ang AX' 44" 3' 4:1 f":,..:v' .TN "'f.??"i F . , F Most Talented: Biff Bonner and Dawn Dirksen Best Physique: Sue Foster and Rocky Schacht 0 l Best Looking Hair: Bill Rooewald and Valerie Reasoner 'GLA Class Flirt, Chris Day: Most Gullible, Eileen Easting Class Flirt, Debbie Young: Most Gullible, Wheeler Birdwell Most Creative: Sally Barnum and Steve Felton '-5 :F 'fi gf- it if jx 5 32 -331. Xfvfv' idea, -F25 nfl ' 30" .vnfll Most Attractive: Pat Hohn and Mark McCandless Teacher's Pest: Pat Jasper Cabsent-Paul Weinbergb kr: gg msn, , .nl-Mx -f ff.-.W 5 '61 Most Athletic: Toni Duquette and Steve Furniss Most Comicalj Richard Cohen and Page Meinert -mg. 5131? --W If i i. em: inasasaaeiassf ffl ' tr wake ,aff-gi, ggi' 'MK Cutest Dimples: Scott Huntsman and Pam Bryant Senior Sweethearts: Christina Schendel and Jon Stephens Most School Spirit: Peggy Neale and Kevin Donavan Sexiest Voice: Rusty Schwartz and Sue Martin ii I ' .z, 5? 5 " V ' 1 - 7. H . -We-was E ,r , Z 4 5 4 - K Roark Keeler Randy Keller Steve Kelly Sandra Kennel Susan Kennel ,e V! .5 t,f,i,f 49, K ..lV,WA 1 ,,,, f Richard Keyser Paul Kile . Q. Claudia King 'A Wm.. Cris Kirkwood Karen Kirkpatrick Kim Koefelda Jackie Koll . 7 K 1- Kevin Kordes Gordon Kurowski David Kuykendail 4 Tom Lachmar Kathy Langenbeck Charles Lawrence Laurie Leeds Lynn Lehman V2- V Kim Leffler Richard Licata 1 73 17 4 Carolyn Lidsky Robert Lind Steven Lohr lr my r a Steve Lindgren Nell Lindley Andrea Lindsay Greg Lindstrom Caryn Ann Linville Marta Little 19'- Cindi Lund 55.3511-.liar Qiiiflsfgslgyjy V r 2 '53 Michael Maes Marilyn Maizland Craig Manchester Pete Mann Rgn Martens Greg Martin Steven Martin fi Sue Martin Sue J. Martin Jan Mason Allan Marcus Linda Marsh WM, Tracy Mason Richard Matics i 175 7 L.. M ,K Rebecca May Mark McCandless Bonnie McCarty ,S In Chloe Mclntyre fi? figs, Randall McKinnon Patrick McCool Dean McCormick William McCurdy Diane McDuffee John McGuire Larry McNamee Mark McNulty , Linda McRay Greg McVey Sheila Meier Marilynn Nlengos fx Page Meinert Jeanne Meisenbach ' f ' X Andrew Melilli Jasper Melilli Diane Mergell via . 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' N Larry Pauling Krista Payne Ls Harry Perlsen Stephen Peterson Paul Pitcl Betsy Peterson William Pfleiderer David Pinkerton Pam Plumbo Greg Poulen Dan Podell Michelle Poirier Karen Preusker Cllnthia P05'f David Potter John Prigmore Roger Powers Michael Preston Denise Primeau David Primrose Kathy Purcell Bob Rahaeuser i sf ies 'L Roger Rahaeuser Valerie Reasoner il'im Reilly Candace Rest Sharon Rice David Richards David P. Richards Roberta Richardson Harry Riley Carol Rimsha William Rodewald Cindi Rhodes Ron Rolontz Jill Rose Carla Robbie David Rowley Roland Royce Dave Rose Roger Rusk 3522? gk ,ASSY 'E A351 .,igi:gr,5 . Terry Rose Deborah Saltz ..-wwln 9-A 3 x ,, l55f53'5f?5r .wi Sai. . Q,,i,,X 1' WY, if 2 Q Ar 9. 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National Merit-Let ters of Commenda- tion: Claudia Bres- low, Janice Holder- man, Gail Holthaus, Cindy Lund, Vicki Pa- terno, Mary Dixon, Sue Kasparian, Bev Fried, Judy Tschirgi, Tom Lachmar, Roark Keeler, a n d J o n Stephens. Not shown --Sally Barnum, Steve Burris, Jackie Felman, and Lois Smith. Gemco and Elks Club Award: Bev Fried 'Qw- "-wah.,-.A Outstanding American Hi-School Students: Sally Barnum Knot shownb Jr. Kevis Bean, Judy Tschirgi, Cathy Diedrich, and Jr. Rob Tuvell. f 1 National Merit Finalists: Sandra Carpenter, Pat O'Toole, and Toni Duquette. Betty Crocker Homemaker Award: Vicky Paternog Roark Keeler, Marvin R. Emerson: Memorial Science Award. 3'Q1Qf?ffQ I 2 A 5 yJgM 'J wwf-4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., g r. r L , , ...J W...m,..3 .J....l "'-un-m....,, ...ii To ""'-si D.A.R.: Toni Duquette "N-.. A . 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Van Camp Vande Vrede Van Dordrecht Van Schoten Varner Vaughan Vega Vermilyea Vodrey Vosatka Wadell Walker Ward Waspi Weaver P. Webber L. West . Williams L. Wiora . Wright M. Weber J. Whitacre B. Willner B. Wodiske S. Wurzer W tw' . . r ... ,l Q t . Weil . White . Wilson . Wohl . Wylie M. Werner D. Williams R. Wilson M. Wood R. Yann ta 1 , 5' 7 H Zi' i t 1 1 1- 1 X . 9" 5 12, ' it--. . K, X . fir '72 f W Q . I H v .Axfl VW P. Yuenger R. Zechter T. Zurn 5.-L ., C. West D. Williams R. Wilson T. Woods J. Yeake - 2 gi, ff Q f - A. Zandstra C. Zeigler S. Zwirn ig, -, qt .Sig ji X - swf .,Q.f:?f,:"f59 , e D, wat , '-ef V - . fn 9 ' X - p Y .f 'K sc.. 4 -gsm , ,M Y, ,L if , 9 S . Q 4 M, I , N , -I , I -," . K x 4 . yn .. . 1:41 1 V 1' ' 1' Vijyfyxvif Vg f' V . ,N gf, Q A ,f 'T 'f kvf""i 1- fx Y' Na,.+i AX 'W K 2 214 Sophomores 5 i,. Sophomore Counselor-Paul Whitelock i , oo of z151fr,,"iii", 1 ,NWI if " ' +s4'vQfi, i f Q x " "' fff5i"3Wrw -if lf" ffl ' 4 .. 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Bacon B, Bader l ' T3 - 5 A F ' I 41. 1 Y ' A 1 ,, H D. BaislEY L. Ball C. Barber is , L. Barley J. Barlon L. Barnum -. B. Basarab G. Bayliss l. Bayliss - .4 A. n r l xi I I B. Borchardt M. Bower E. Bracy R. Brewer J. Bridston L. Briggs D. Bryant K. Bryant L. Bucher 5 'W B A rw-1 1 H ,. A . . 1 ' . ' ,, H ...W a .rr I, wg X 1 Beiach Bewefield Bergman Beyerle - Bird . Blair . v . 3... Ae. if. . 5,1 J. Anderson R. Badham W if 2' xx K i K X -1 9. X if .. . '? 3, L. Bekkedahl M. Bennett S. Bering R. Bickford L. Biorklund D. Blantin 4 x Sig if Q v Aa , W, an I . .. 3. , 'L il r Q..-4 Al .. , N I .ai 'I la fx Q f ,ar 535. ' 44 J A r i ,3 W ii . . nl- 77 --. S q C 3 ff. . 1 Vx ' 1 xy A. . S .I N., .. 8... -C .A , x 1 ,A . Q C. B. D. S. T. K .ff J. D D L. s f 'iw 351 'Q' dr ge J , 9 sf Q J. L. M B. R. D. Burns Burns Burris Builer Comarata Cantrell Capozzoli Coramagno Carlson Correll Carson Case Costeel Chalker Champion Chilcote Childers 5 f 2 i. Cavness - , A. if ff ag QL .Nl . . 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Filley M' ' Q: 5 ,WA K. Finn gm S ,WK ND E L. Firestone E' 1 X Q as 'f R. Fischbeck I 1' R 3 - ,. 3 V ' - X ' ' In -Q K is T, 7 . ,.'L, L V..L L ' nj ' vi. ug T I VJ? ' X ni?::-A.. A T .f A " " ma J Fisher - " 5 Q, J Flatley 1' 'I M. Foley M ,. ,, E A lk' . ' K f ! rl . T Q . if A F J Qt' ' 5 K. Ford , T. Ford - .F '1 V, 4. -bl N x ,AF H. Gcvin M. GGY A. Gebhart G. Geisendorfer L, Gerich L, Giqmpiccolo R. Gibbs L, Gillergtrcm R. Gillham M. Glcdle A. Goffstein S. Goings H. Gold S. Golian K, Gqrke J, Gormin J. Gormin T. Gossett M. Gould R. Gray S. Green C. Greenwood M, Grimes S, Groff 3. W . is if X -1 jx 1 l iw A . . .Q M . QL 3 f 'fi N, . . +5 'TJ' 5 Zi 5' ft tl" N 1' Forkey R. Franke T. Freeman Fretwell . Frohardt S. Furman +4 EX, :ML XM vo Q K ug ' I r K .M .5 W. Frank M. Fredrick S. Freese P. Fried B. Fuiimolo W. Garner Hardesty Hardy Hart Hayden Helton Henry fx. ' A l 4 . 5-4, B. Hardin . Harmon . Hartman . Heath . Helton . Hicks V M1 J . x it R. Harding J. Harris A. Hata D. Heinlk . Henderson J. Hohener J. Gross ' 'l -' in L - K. Grubbs R. Guerrero T. Gulino E. Gutierrez T, Hoare K. Hcberkorn N. Haeggstrom J. Hofter L. Halderman ' ' , J. Halpern 5 5. , J. Horner f K. Hamilton -V -. lj.. S. Hansen I Q " C. Hanson ' ' . 'Z .Y K M. Hanson l K 4 l w is -.1-' Lay .F x 6 , vim xm ,.,. A Q ., 'W i 1. X455 . ' ,f ir 5' l 2 Xu .I s V.. xr . R+. f J. Hollon H. Holub M. Hubeli T. Hunt R. Jacobs D. Jordan ' .,c"'-' 7' 1 fb . ',, .. J: Q. I ' , - .,.. I . Y N s A. 'J L ' ,' 56' ar. .. 4? A . Q: X Holter Hilscbeck Hueter Ipson Jeffers T. Jossi Q J ' 2 5 .Q . x ll -Q .L I N I . t 5325? ' A if 1 '- . "2 A A fi ' . . F -i ,T . , f"'fQ. L. Holthous T. Horwitz C. Hughes G. Jackson J. Jentges S. Joe K. Johnson S. Tohmson D. Justus N. Kachuck J. Kamorek D. Kanno .-.r" f,,.-ff" Af" Q . M, Gross N J. Gullon . Ilia, n J. Kasparian J. Kossebaum A. Katnik L, Katnik J. Keith P. Keller B. Kemp D. Kent P. Kloogh K. Kluth L. Knobbe L. Koppenaal A. Korm V. 1 gf... 3 1 . x L. W L. 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Q . f a N it 33 4, 'xv vi - Ni ml g , 'f A l Tappen Thomas Thorpe T. Tilson Travis Tschirgi ,QM T, J 1 1 Ak 31 ,gg , . , T M. T J. Tere Tiff Tod Trav Tuc TX, -w M. Tunnell D. Turnbull S. Van Meter O. Vanskike B, Vqriqn J. Vince,-13 J. Vogel R. Vogel D. Vogelzang J. Vostmyer B. Votaw J. Wagner ' ,, x S L 7 at 224 .. K Ja' 2.- .iffffsi , Q s -pxllig 7, gl f ' ,xiv ,, . is . es 155' ari a , , s. L k . Lib. W K Q, . R....,gi ,E 2 ,J R. Waltzer T. Ward W. Warfurst A. Weiss J. Wheelan S. White V. , . . . . . ll .. Y . . ff ar f, xi 53, X L. Wilson M. Winchester G, Wingef K. Winsor D. Witte C. Woelfel B. Wolf A. Wolfe L. Wolfe J. Warne H. Whimey R 3114... L. Woorcn W. Yedor K. Zeigler .ir J QW3 9533 I ef ag? ' 21 fb' X Q 'Q 'l' I . .gi ' f . 5 . M A 2. 1 X If f n .- --.ss-rfa. ' . . 4'-use as k Q iv 1 A ff mx .' :ka 4' gig arg N-1 1 A Q r D. Watkins G. Way B. Weinberg T. Weinberg H. Weinthac M. Weir E. Weiner S. Wilhelmi D. Williams D. Williams D. Wilson J. Wilson C. Wyarr D. Yablonka K. Yolkc R. Youngmon J. Zink Bottom Row: L. Gerry L. Boone J. Vallee J. Koeppen C. Warner L. Milhorn Top Row: E. Hews K. Harding D. Johnson J. Dossi R. Brokaw M. Hart . 0 X 225 226 A W' QF mm . 4 lg , A Q fi ' 1 V I 1, , - f f 3- 1 1- wif' gf., LL f,. 94" 3-'fly Magi' 5 :1 Freshmen Freshman counselor-J eff Olesen Freshman class council: Jim McCormick, Dorothy Jacobs, Karen Eriksen, Cheryl Pfleidereri Lisa Belinn President Thane Tierney Y 1 -n-qu mn" 9 ,, W fi mfg-Qfbfh ' '1- E on 7 -.r-"A K H. -S S6 Head counselor-Martha Collison 227 28 J gi ,yyz e 'VXA .. YW lg ,ess . .SE Q P 'B ,Fl we . . '-z1 ,,.,f f " ff A 3 . 4' 'Af .Q r - f C ' , P- Arwfveio Alexander H. Anderson L. Anzel R. Astor T. Barber K. Battles J. Anderson Archibald Baisley Barnes Bean 5? swf 'I .fl -ffl .W It fl D. Alderman Anderson Armstrong Baldini Barry Beard 'ilrfiivlit . V Q 13 li 4 il ' X . . . 5, . .7 KA ,sg lx, X ll W f l W l Q." sz lx S. Alexander Anderson Arpin Ball S. Bartlett A Beaver G B. Amestoy C . Andrus . Aston . Ballard . Baschak . Bebout L. Belinn J. Bell J. Benefield G. Bennett D. Beran D. Beresford C. Berg D. Berger ,-,s L . L is 3 1 ,g Q f are i2.,,. ' ". '. mx 'J J .Q,.!o fr f 15 .V ' Sri? M 33 is v ...Tri 4 ef . ' A fi ,,, 5 - 1 W srs r . J f -hu-. . t a A N -- J . E52 lk ft. ir' . ' 5 aw-1:11 .:::335, .E..' ., .... ....... ...... . ..--1... nl""" D. Bergman B. Baegeman S. Bourget K. Bradley v . Beno . Blenef M. Blaustein - Bveef J. Boeeess C. Boney . Bowen D. Boyles M. Brock P. Bradley T. Bradley L, Brandy - 1'lLli5gi.ff:f .. 5 3 . .. ,g y ,. .-. 1 .Q F f It 1 ...: le J' rx, J ' ' x L' rm llL L. Brian T. Brigham S. Brokaw B. Brose J. Brown D. Buck H, Buckley B. Bunting D. Burge R. Burk L. Burton V. Bush H. Buswell 5, Bmler L. Ccmarata D. Cameron B. Campbell J. Cantrell L. Coples D. Capazzoli 3, Cqrollo X54 1 Dx A I A' M. Block K. Borchardt C. Bracy J. Brewer f A . .i ,V 1 .2 H s al! f ' R B. . 'Q C. Bunch L. Cadwell S. Carse ,l f at 4' X T. Carter K. Casey D. Covanaugh L. Cave D. Chalmers C. Chamberlin B. Chase S. Chase R. Chernet H, Childers L. Citron K. Clapper 4 .53 f ' vig, fs W , gif: .,,., , ,,, ,.., H 5 ef".-5 N .. af it u Q is 411 W. Davis R. Debrick L. Degennara R. Deharak L. Dennis S. Derickson L. Diedrick B. Diehl C, Dietrick T. Clarke D. Clawson J. Clayton R. Collins E. Conlee B. Cook V. Crandall D, Crockett J. Crone R. Dabney S. Dahns M. Daniels f nf f J. Cleary J. Cloutier K. Cooper D. Cornett D. Crowl C. Currey D. Danskin W. Davenport 'E . M . at 1fi .rg,'g3 F js X . !t-rj QV Q L. Cohen C. Cramblet K. Curtis P. Davis 1 - in J . -7-fl A' fm ew' ,, U Q . , .ll 7 in 'lt .J M. Distefano D. Douglas D. Dreibelbis B. Dunbar T, Ediss O ' w A +i C. Donaldson J. Douglas J. Ducey R. Dunker L. Eilts 'ff fi . 1 'B + .:'- 59 gg .. M. Danohugh S. Dawnrworth B. Duggleby S. Dutclner S. Elko a if Nil D, Degraffenreid A. Desai T. Dirksen X l . X f Q' I gg: .:': i 5 7 P . D o r s e Y t D. Dreibelbis 5. Duhamel D. 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Whiting 5645 x .- x t a v., 1 X' W e s - 3 . , N 5 ,M K V .S J fiiiisffixig Vlach Wallis Warmus Webber S. Wente Willey 5. M a s I 7.5. Q s '-F 4- gi A-T . ' , V . V K , . . Q . ,K an +32 1 Q I X . ' ' ll 1 T , ' A fi c-Qiv' " A ,3 ' Q ' 'X . g '5- 5,4 lr . 4 K. Williams W. Williams M. Willis P. Willner K, Wills D. Wilson G. Wilson K. Wilson ' ' in K. Wilson P. Woock L. Quackenbush lull . fir, A. Wilrberger J. Winches1er P. Woodfill S. Waody K. Yamaguchi D. Yuenger rn NL? 'inf ll R. Wadiske M. Wrigln T. Zerbo - .... .. 1 ' .-.J ff Q I.. Wi!! G. Wray Zechter 9 is X, Ji. v 'Q I 23 , m,,,,,,-.,,? f.w.v,,,,M..Mz,,,.,...Mn, ,,,, 6 Q ,Y Administrcfrion And Faculty 24 District Administrotion ' -.M s- .1 5- R if t W4 V- f "-A ..... R. Bartholomew J. ingan ig E I ff, Vi Qi . ' ., Q, ' ' ., . . 2 5: . 2552 , . Q. W Q i! C. Bfinef P. Calhoun m3,,..w.. A , ? ha Q . 't Q . 'M Q J. Schumaker J. Smith ta is, ' W' ,. ff' if I H. Selleck FV: .. M. --qs., rm,-. -me S. Q' + .Q fs X ' 1 I , .. ..., f :f.2r59gs4ez: -,311 - 2"' 14 iemxnifffff W. Zogg Q Q S 5 1 ,Nl ' , Foothill Administrcfrion 1 X., ...,, s 1' ml rr 'Q ,4f ' Q1 .1 il ,gf A W. Frick -. f" " 7 J. Meler ' . f 'f ,wk -7-n. 4' ,aw K W D. Holub 5.1 fi Ui? W, .X , mv K. Webb x 242 English Deportment Prepores Student For His Future Life The English program at Foothill High School will probably not provide the stu- dent with all the tremendously complex skills he will need to pursue his career in a business, trade, or profession. We can, however, train the student to be literate and to see the relevancy in our society of being literate. Nlore significantly, we can give the student both a discipline and a technique for acquiring the knowledge and skills that will one day provide him with the kind of successful life he seeks. E. Christ x -, ,w ' K 3352 , 'Sm i f W 'dr , V Y ir G. Korich N. Waterman 402' M. Dargan J. Fox , , .Q .iff K K.. . 'L B ,.,. , J . . - -, ,, 7 wrfife-2-zvsi' 2 L. Minne J. Reedy Y ,' r J of W J. Weightman C- Westling ,Q . D. Horowitz C. Sparrow H. Woodroffe lVlofh Challenges The Thinker Mathematics is a science and as such, should be approached by students with an open and in- quiring mind. As a science it not only attempts to enlarge the student's thought processes, but also attempts to improve his reading ability. lt is not arithmetic, although it uses many arith- metic processes. Too many students approach their first mathematics course, usually algebra, with the idea that it is another course in arith- metic. The present curriculum attempts to meet the following objectives: C15 To develop a good understanding in the basic properties of mathematics so that stu- dents may be able to move forward comfortably into more advanced areas of mathematics and science. C23 To increase the students' ability to read and write in general and to increase self dis- cipline, self direction, and independence of thought. C35 To develop concepts, understandings and skills not known but needed in future edu- cational, industrial, technological, business and professional pursuits. Six GEOIETRY s I f' 'le 'fy' 52. 4 .qw ., A ww, A, . . . .,,wM,..w- MW V, '- f' 3 S. Chen A. Marzilli W. Driscoll W. W. Oster W Q -ikg 'l ,f 1 Hambidge -any in ..-f - Snyder I W B 5 . , ..... , .. YQ . . . -"' A--4,-, -mf mf...- DL 0 r 511 kb A3 hx fa IWC W 6 7? 5- 'Z bel L fipff 14 I S M4350 4 f x A U3 F f x ff 0 15 4 A 'A' ,ff Y- of ,T W. Hardy B. Heil K JGCOUS ,7. , 1, R . ,,,. nv-Y f G. Whitaker B. Z9iCh O? GirI's RE. Offers Fun Competition The Girl's Physical Education Department offers a widely varied selection of activities. It is felt that these activities help provide a satisfying emotional release in an atmosphere of fun and competition. The sophomores, juniors and seniors participate in an elective program with different sports of- fered each six weeks. At the semester, the fresh- men, who up until this time have been engaged in team sports, join in this program. This year, a class in gymnastics Cemphasizing the balance beam, side horse and uneven parallel barsb and a dry land ski class for beginning skiers have been added to the program. ln addition to the regular classes, the depart- ment provides specialized classes which include advanced team sports, tennis, modern dance, synchronized swimming and a physical education seminar for girls interested in continuing in the field of education in college. . ij, f 33.9. K H gig? M t, spy , . 7-'Dil " ' f em .sf 'V t J. Glasgow 3- Kelley f I. Powell M. Schargitz T T D. Woodward K. Yetter Boy's P.E. Teaches Skills That Are Essential For Future Activities It is the Foothill Boy's P.E. Department's aim to help our students become physically tit, and more importantly, to help our students realize the importance of maintaining this fitness. The ac- tivities are varied so that all boys may have an opportunity to participate. A strong emphasis is placed on those activities which have a carry over value and may therefore be used later in life as an enjoyable recreational activity. Our department recognizes that exercise and physical activities are as essential to growth as is eating and sleeping. We hope to help our students acquire the skills, attitudes, knowledge, and physi- cal competency necessary for success in everyday living. 3 . - c gi s s 1 CX. if ' 'I ' I, fll 1 , , . ' z J 1 . t it -. V... E. H' "' 7 5 I Q -1+ Q E , . E' ,, W 1, . L . Jr E. Bain T. DeLong .me -nf s .ma . ,g ffi , . .,jlg.-5 2, 1 H. Hummell R. Osborne G. Sedoo if , y x M 4,536 My YP G1 M 47 J' 'ff AW W 'lffw MW W wx QQSEFFQW Foreign Language Department lnstills New Techniques For Meaningful Study The main purpose of studying a foreign language is to achieve a practical mastery of that language. lt is recognized that the learning of a second language is a skill requiring self-discipline, hard work, continual practice and motivation. ln order to make the study of a language more mean- ingful and relevant, we use tape recorders, tapes, films, dialog posters, cartoons, newspapers and maga- zines. The student should be able to understand, speak, read and write the language with appropriate mastery. And, of no less importance, he should gain an understanding and an appreciation of the culture and the people mirrored in that language. ln a world made daily smaller by jet age transporta- tion and instantaneous communication, there is surely no goal more important than learning to understand and communicate with other peoples of the world, who are today, really only our next door neighbors. -W ' 2 ,fs..7- l is , , ui 1 A. Black C. Bradley ff Ox L. Horvath J. Landoe - as , ff , . .33 ,, Di , nugg i , if Wei Keir .,., ,lg N, A. Bullo M. Fleischer J. Hogan 2 "' as 4 R. Paterno M. Weber 24 ,--- -nf-W --- Science Curriculum Tries To Reflect The Interests And Needs Of Society Formal education of any kind will reflect the many interests and needs of the society it finds itself immersed in. The Science curriculum at Foothill attempts to respond to these interests and needs by offering a variety of courses de- signed not only for the college student, but for the student who will go into the mainstream of life after graduation. Laboratory techniques are emphasized in the biological sciences through the use of the micro- scope, individual block studies, and group dis- cussions. The physical science student has many opportunities to apply the principles of the physical world in laboratory oriented situa- tions which include programming Foothill's own computer, Rachel 703. The curriculum is not bound by the classroom walls-at any given time students may be any place on campus practicing the art of modern horticulture. The curriculum is designed to instill an awareness of the physical and biological world in which we must interrelate, not only for the benefit of the individual but for the benefit of all mankind. 5 S.. 55 K :Q M - .sWg,,, kk..,. 'W f - . - . ,U W R 5? X sq M K? B. Bauer U,,.,,,....,M . A R. Patterson xg P. Feher P 3 1-eb U B. Whitmore W. M Sociol Science Stresses Inquiry And Discussion The Social Science curriculum emcom- passes those aspects of the Social Sci- ences that are believed to be of the greatest value for the general education of students in secondary schools. The de- partment tries to provide an atmosphere that permits the student to inquire, dis- cuss, communicate ideas and draw con- clusions. Attention is given to the study of man's role in social, economic and po- litical activities of the past, present, and future. Courses in Psychology and So- ciology attempt to prepare the youth to deal constructively with the psychological and sociological tensions in today's world. The senior Civics' class helps the youth to understand the personal re- sponsibilities of citizenship and to com- prehend the values and limitations of government. In general, the Social Sciences provide an experience for the student to develop a sense of identity as a person and to es- tablish his position as an individual and a member of society. W Easton F ,....i Bath ww rogue ----..........,,,, 21. V, f ., W giw Utt 254 Tech Ed Students Prepdre For Vocation The Tech. Ed. Department is composed of the shop and home economics teachers. While most of the school is striving to prepare the students for college, the Tech. Ed. Depart- ment is preparing their students for a voca- tion or an avocation. The students that take the shop or draft- ing classes will be better prepared to enter many of the areas in industry. The students that go through the Home Economics courses will be well prepared in the many skills and value decisions involved in successfully man- aging a home and family, or continuing their education in college. lt is the desire of each member of the Tech. Ed. Department to train each student as well as can be done in preparation for their chosen life's vocation. Also, each member is con- stantly working to help each student become a better citizen and person. . , , ,r j , A .M .3 in A L. Concepcion K. Jahnig E33 if veg l. a. r r A. Kirsch T. McWilliams k y by W 1 r- , sa ,jk X K f M A M. Reardon L. Schroeder G. Ward J. Williams Fine Arts: Long On Creative Talents The Fine Arts Department, consist- ing of Music, Drama and Art, is a de- partment ot activity. ln it, the student is encouraged to develop his creative talents on a nonacademic level. The art section covers such interests as sculpture, painting, ceramics and crafts. Students often work long hours on projects in these areas. The drama section attempts to develop the dra- matic talent of many students. This past year, under the direction of Tom Slayton, the number of bands was in- creased by the addition of a symphonic band to the marching, pep and concert bands. The five choruses directed by Ed Doyle, work all year round to pre- pare for their Christmas Concert, the Broadway Review and the Spring Concert. .Y , e ' . 2? Z' 'fn n T1 1' pg f if -.. ,.lt. P. Bomar L. Bonar .' I -3.9, T V in ' V g ."' 71.3 . A T f is., ' E. Doyle S. Pecora ro ' zk ' H " 1viff,2'QrI' A- -", . r- 215- V .,,, , - T. Slayton S. Wright .sw-"""'A '41'!!F"W ...S Business Gffers Vocational Training Business exists to produce and distribute, for profit, the goods and services needed to satisfy human needs and wants. Since human needs and wants are limitless and ever expanding, there is always opportunity to participate in business to supply new goods and services. The preservation of our free enterprise system depends onthe ability of individuals to make wise decisions. Therefore, knowledge of business and the economic system within which it operates is an important need of all students for the preserva- tion of our society. The Business Education Department at Foothill has two broad objectives: C13 To provide business and economic education which will contribute to the general education of all students and pro- vide background understanding for those students who pursue the study of business beyond the sec- ondary level, and C23 To provide vocational skills and understandingin those areas of business em- ployment for which a definite need exists. J. Chambers R. Hicks J, .,-as-23.-fri"-5:1 Lrr. i c' 'lla J. Jentges A. Satterlee r D. Wiley 257 .1 ' 1 wg ? "'. W M,1,,,A, xy 5 Q ww W Q N 'E - .gf V E. Bott S. Dawson E X. N. Fauchier A. Gormin J. Hawkins F. Minnett -sf v .K.'- '- ' ,L g i f .aw A.A,. . ,Q ,l b ,MV . 4 M M . , 5 B. Timson M. Tuvell E? iii ,Q 15 idk' yggfwf'-1 ag, ,Q .24 fw:L?':'iifl'12f'kiT wa V V ,..,Mff.,f,w A -su-4 ........,, ,.....,.,..-aw ,.,,.,,...-14' , M. . ,qanwQvf'5'k ' , Librarians and Nurse rrr Q 1 "'ll rl , , V r -1 5 IP' - A . 3 A ,. 5 xt Q Q '- fair 1 ' Y' fr . M. Ford V. 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Foothill High School - Shield Yearbook (Tustin, CA) online yearbook collection, 1973 Edition, Page 1

1973

Foothill High School - Shield Yearbook (Tustin, CA) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Page 1

1974

Foothill High School - Shield Yearbook (Tustin, CA) online yearbook collection, 1975 Edition, Page 1

1975

Foothill High School - Shield Yearbook (Tustin, CA) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Page 1

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