Foothill High School - Shield Yearbook (Tustin, CA)

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Shield Jineteen Hundred and Seventy-Two iootnill High Tustin, California These were the days my friehciwe thought theyti hever end... 4 i ff e 4' ' Q df. . ,,, i3 -32 'Z Wed sing and dence forever and a dey. .. , f, ,X W, Y , f 5 3 , 1 .,.--f ,.-v-F' 2 W.,,,...w-aan Wed live the life we Cheese, wed fight and never lose... w 1 For we were young and Sure to have Qur way any W In , , ," ap., 7 wha I. 4 ...v,,., .N i 3 1 Q,Z,,,w,L,, jueegpteoto ww ydwfa-Q'-egawwvsidgyqzf-aa W'WUP+ff'ALwerfJ-U0+fffw9'4Uff'NUJ'Akfcefht1Lcmved'C"s wxuq . G ,MQ '71-I-Q1 4101.0 SCO came . Q 3 , K ,CAL 752000-e Uwe ie-6 . , Ta ble of Contents Theme .... . . 1-9 Activities .... . . 10-73 Student Section . . . 74-91 Athletics .... . 92-155 Academics . . . . 156-284 Senior Index ..... . . 285-292 Advertising After Five Tux Shop . . 53 Erma's Gift Box . . . . 60 Goldstreet L.T.D. . . 61 Tustin Yardage . . 62 Winn's Music .... . 63 Kyoto Nursery ..... . 64 Lemon Heights Drug Store . . 69 Something Else .... . 80 Wild West Stores . . 80 Pants Primarily . . 81 Bourbon Street . . 81 Tustin Bookshop . . . . . 89 Walkers Drug .... . . 269 Cover Design by Bruce Parker 1 9'-la-qkuz iA if -r i .,, au, Q2 2 ' ' 4, i M? iii? af, ,,,.,-M ,l .-34. - A ' 2 P? -if 7' b ix J, J -P '-L, Activities 4 W.: f '97 HK 1? 'xi TE E, 'l'iiw'YOGR,JtPl:l5 .ALL PHOTOGRAPHERS Shield Staff Academics editor: Claudia Gibson. Staff: Cathy Crockett, Robin Foreman, Kristi Haley, Frances Hart, Kathy Langhauser, Lesley Paul, Charlotte Smith. Activities editor: Terry Arnold. Staff: Ginger Anderson, Donna Chuniek, Nancy McClure, Jana Palmer, Sue White. Athletics editor: Ann Hall. Staff: Linda Cutting, Dave Kanno, Russ Little, jay Pal- chikoff, Gary VanCamp. Photographers: Bruce Parker, Roger Matkin, Kevin Shaw. ADVISOR, Mr. Korich s L I ACTIVITIES EDITORS David Brandt, Matt Cohen, and Bruce Todd Work diligently 0 David snickers at a humorous articl Feature section checks advertising. , W M 'Yr it . K V, ' Knight life staff checks over finished roduct """'Qn- X ,A 'w- Be-sas ' Mc""' 'K--4:5,'i'? a editor, Dave Kanno and reporter Cheryl Pfleiderer m..7I2M'J K.. earless leader! Q rters take time out to work on other subjects. J. K, - look over photography book. F E e all" V Knight Life Alice looked round her in great surprise. "Why, I do believe we've been under this tree the whole time! Every- thing's just as it was!" 'lOf course it is," said the Queen: "what would you have it?" "Well in our country,', said Alice, "you'd generally get to somewhere else - if you ran Very fast for a long time, as we,ve been doing." "A slow sort of country!" said the Queen. "Now here, you see, it takes all the running you can do to keep in the same placealf you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that! " -Lewis Carroll in Through the Looking Glass Special thanks must be given to all those who contributed to the Knight Life. Editor in chief, Kevis Bean, directs classmates. an-Ma :L-"UL, '1' ..m- ,o,, arm g 23 HM. 'kk"' 4"'+'0 ,zfrv-fffmi' X. no s 1 ...lb-5 v- I I r s l The A.S.B. Cabinet this year at- tempted to give new direction to student government. Rather than merely existing as an organizer of social affairs, the cabinet involved itself with more important student concerns such as curriculum and formulation of school policy. Through our work, we have tried to place the student in the position in which he rightly belongs, a position in which he can take an active part in his own education. Mike Sfregola, A.S.B. President -5, 33' tt v..""'.....'r 'ff' V1 ' vlnnniat-n-.arm-gg W 'Q V, is 1- M 5 t 1. 1? t if ntnnnqnu--penn-an 3 1... ,i-mi-3 r .E :,,' a gl I V 5 i f Jw A W 'I 6 1 S- 1 VFX T , 'Q ' N ' t Q:j I - ' lg F 4 V T il ' 1 '1v , A f at ay Q y - ' ' T r .. 4 rrl - H T yy ll .1 . 73: r e ' T 5, - f yy,yoes . V P 3 1 fi 2 Ji. . fi A , I . Vw 5? Q ss Q T W P f H e , ff 44' T T f- .Jw H 0, if m S ' . i"'kQ'i"' QQ T t.,' ' fi M . ' A V -' a - ttt, . Q5 i ilyii H ' '-.F 42 X 1 T . E y y , e, M gm l , , ,, y ig r rre rer r . n r r rr ere r he r rrrrrr rsss T -fvirlvs raalll ' T virfr .rr, - V .,..,r..,.,,t.,.,,...,.,,., . .,,. . .,.....,,,,,,.M,, H H I!1rt-Lw ,,. , 4 I ,M K, , I I V?-1 M,,,rmk . V H 1 U -f K V 5 my x-ff' mae --K 'f 5 I I 15525: V11 ',f--,f:, I ' , a H . 'fx' ' 1 if 7 - W ' K' - ., . - e V . I , f , . 5, MMM, W ,.,,, ...mm ,fmt A, Q . . . ,Wmwf , f ' . I V , - K 1 fi 6 . , 3 ' ,,, 'X , W' A 1 'f't E ,,- Y ' i "" ,zzwffi ry' , M AV H , . . f I ! .1 JZ Q Q if Q , ......- , kg 1 ,M . 2 rw l 44 51 'if 5 W 1 2 5 y 5 , , , -1 1 , , 2 A 1 1 Q Kanno j. Newland Van Camp G. Evans Little L. Cutting Kachuck T. Tierney SCh0l!liCk P, Maynard Bean P. Haugen Bryant . Hall . Schwartz M. Hastings M. Sfregola Pep Clulo This year could be considered a transition year for the spirit at Foothill. With Foothill fans giving strong support, the year proved successful for all sports. However, school spirit was not the traditional rah-rah-zis-boom-bah of former years, but was dis- played through a deeper sense of pride in the individuality of the school. Next year,s students can look forward to seeing this new spirit a uniting force on campus. - Stephie Bryant Pep Commissioner Steph officiates at a Pep Club meeting. 5 fx., Q, 3 4--' .. - Lfflwx we - . , - 1, r ..3m4..,g:53m,.,,:.,.2v A - . .X do-f , 'Ni- ?5 w at if -x ff- - : up Chris Funk rides Caesar as Foothill's Knight. Stephanie Bryant-Pep Commissioner. 6 Us, Mei. is 5 2 .'.Xi?-Q-.Q-wt f 3 gr 5, .-.1 ,. ' Z ,r -if J 's A Janelle Price-Mascot. 1 11 s 3 1 1 Q 5. l Terry consoling Steph after a FHS loss. vw! we 2 .4 S X., I S view .S A .fl JMXLU- ' "? enee, Karen, and Lisa 51:51 ,' 33 Z ,,K s 191 sa "making it" with the 310 yawn? K ,qs--.fmssng-KKKfwf-'f"'ffVff"M ' gf r if K K 7 S K X 2 ' '-, K ee f 'Q UM -"N ? 4 1 Debbie and Karen J-'w,., a ., Kw - pulls ahead. Cgps. j.V. 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' ' K , K . f,-.xv 9' ' K X l . sw 'V .-.5 -'S y Varsity Cheerleaders Lori White, Debbie Preston, Sandy Seely, janet Cross, Lois Holderman, Francine Harris :bbie and Lori look on anxiously. Victory! I udy shows enthusiasm as FHS scores. I Francine cheers team on We're out for victory . . . 4 ' ! s 1 w 1 2 ,1 is Black and Gold forever more as , if l Mary ends her routine pleased. 'VT 1 ' N Q "fx 'W Taffy entertains at half time. support the sideline. Terry and Kristi jump for joy. Roberta smiles after a victory. ui Sonqleaders Taffy Ryder, Mary Hansen, Ulf 2 ff: Qui, 'Q Kristi Haley, Roberta Morgan, Terry Arnold, Katie Miller. ri, i 1. X Q K Q an QQ- E xl 1? Rick Lake, alias Elvis Y' FAKI-IFAJ Brings Back The 405 And 5O'S Homecoming week 1971 was one of hard work, hard play, and all around excitement. Throughout the week, students of every class were involved in competitive activities, each hoping to receive the most pep points. Some of the strange happenings were the Juniors sashaying down the quad in the Vir- ginia reel, a personal appearance of "Elvis Presley,', and brave students participating in the Senior,s competition: an octopus eating contest! On Friday, at FAKHFAJ, confusion reigned, as students roamed the field, and the contro- versial pig did not. Meanwhile, the competition continued, with the traditional tug-o-wars, the Volkswagon and chariot races, and of course the pie-eating con- test. Throughout Feast and Joust, the empha- sis was on the "feast," as students munched everything from dill pickles to Japanese tacos. The Senior class came in first place with the most pep points. Concluding the week's events was the fierce battle between the Knights of Foothill and Katella. This game proved to be the decid- ing one for the league championship. Our Knights were heartbreakingly defeated by a score of l0-0. The evening was highlighted with the crowning of Lois Holderman, l97l-72 Home- coming Queen. Lois and her court later reigned over the Homecoming dance, which ended this year,s FAKHFAJ activities. 27 1' ,... And they're off! If 913 , uf M? M ,W K X. iii! s n.. x. n.. - Where 's the pig? ,1- ' 4 frgf? Qiiv .rf F' 551832 i ffm- 1 sf -W ' EYE! 1 , fm Us. Lia i-4-4 L-.---w f "--Y Ijust couldn't wait! - 5- 4 ' z fsz- f t f ji X wo, mga W3 X I W ? , ii fiif::sr,"1Jf?"T -- f5:'Ef'i'-'I f Wir I HD .Q , i ---- - ' fi W L ' N Z LLZ: ki . '- L,"A 'FS' L ,,,1 ' " , h M ' - Hi " ' I I as 3 5:5 5 ,.,. yy. zt N' ,Li ig Vkk, K , kkr. 2 .. My I Y 6 5 'A'i if V V ' N L - Y M F I ,.,, ,V Q, :Zk ,K 4- ,Z s .J A. Q , 4 x 1 s "'k ' - f47" ,f , to the 40,5 and 50's. Q, ncess Debbie Cushman Y n Je.. - NYM lcess Laurie White Princess Princess Bitsy Osborn Heidi Klotzsche E Marching Band Dwain Adler Jim Anderson John Anderson Linda Anderson Linda Barley Marc Berger David Bowen Ellen Bracy Robert Bravermai James Buster Sandra Carse Russell Chesley Kay Clapper Kelly Combs Walter Corrigan Cynthia Cramblet Richard Dabney Carol Darlington Mark Day Anand Desai Brian Edens Sherri Elliott Edward Erikson Tom Freres David Fristoe Laura Giampiccolo Douglas Gordon Robert Green Brooks Harrington Terry Hart John Hollon Louise Hussey Kathleen johnson Martin Kachuck David Kent Louis Knobbe Bob Landers Mark Langner Jacquline Lewis Tom 'Lobue Gerald May jim McCormick Larry Moe William Monsanto Jack Onyett Richard Ostrow David Palchak Mary Palchak Michael Palchak Robert Palchak Rodney Pang Dan Persinger Mark Peterson Mike Pickford Keith Pipes David Pitman Barbara Podell Darryl Rapp Fred Richardson Marilyn Sample Mark Schifflbein Dianne Schmidt Greg Seitzinger Paul Seitzinger Sandra Shaw Steve Sparling Keith Stanley David Sutherland Patrick Tallon Steve Tanaka David Thorburn Michael Tyler Joel Vincent Brian Wadell Andrew Weiss Murray Willis George Winget Paul Woock , ,,...,t.,N..u-,W.-, , W, ill Team :t Allen .ette Arpin Lie Barnum lbie Beran :helle Bowe iy Cunningham y Donoghue Evander me Evans hy F rohardt jorie Gall la Gavin y Hart ryl Harville lbie Heinly :anne Holderman lbie Jordon Debbie Kirk Debbie Knox janet Lawson Denise Lindsay Joyce Lu Pam Mason Susan Mayrhofer jill Matichak Erin McCalla Kathy Newbrander Francine Perlof Ellen Potter Donna Seaman Joy Strickland Barbara Variah jill Watson Elenor Wienor Robin Wilson Karen Yamaguchi Gail Bayliss Kathy Bird Krista Borchardt Cheryl Burns Sherry Dutcher Peggy Fried Donna Grissingei' Holly Holub Dorthy Jacobs Tricia Jones Cap tain- Wendy J ones Maj orettes- Dee Ann Williams Donna J ohns on Banner Carriers Cindy Kamanski Kathy Lull Cheryl McLaug1in Joni Moses Becky Schulz Deepak Sharma Dana Stanly Celeste Ward Katie Wilson Debbie Watkins Co-captain- Kim Thomas Managers- Candy Crawford jenny Hueter Drill Team- Better Than Ever Foothill's drill team really gave the school something to be proud of this year. Under the leadership of captain Wendy Jones and assistant captain Kim Thomas, they performed four half-time shows, dealing with T.V. shows, a circus, Peanuts, and the Homecoming show. This year marked the highest placing in parades in Foothill,s history. Our girls placed third in the Santa Ana Parade, took an excellent fourth in the Hawthorne Parade, and made every Foothill student proud with a first place in the Tustin Tiller Day Parade. The addition this year of Mrs. Glascow as assistant drill team advisor made a great deal of difference in the improvement in the banner-letter girls. jenny Heuter and Candy Crawford, as drill team managers, contributed a great deal to the team,s efficiency. The year was summed up well by Miss Yetter, advisor: "This was our most suc- cessful year yet. It is all a result of the unity and harmony among the girls. We've worked very hard and enjoyed doing it." 36 M Drill team entertains students during a pep assembly. 1 -Q, ww' 'sod P' 4 is Z l E K . ,EM EE s Captain Wendy jones, and co-captain Kim Thomas, advisors Miss Yette Mrs. Glasgow, and managers Candy Crawford and jenny Hueter. XXX x 1 2 3 is r and 101001 Bands Display Talent "From Bach To Rock" This year Foothill boasted four bands: a marching band, a pep band, and two concert bands. Their largest concert was at Christmas, when all four bands combined. The music was a mixture, "from Bach to rock" as the director, Mr. Slayton, put it. All four bands did a great job this year, and next year, with an estimated two-hundred forty students involved in 3' i Nm? un? 4, 4 be ,si f XX s R fx , T 1 5 i ii? ittt' Q51 Q. ....Z.'f" Pep Band-Row 1: T. Freres, D. Nelson, E. Bracy, E. Erickson, M. Sampi B. Green, Row 2: M. Palchak, D. Johnson, L. Hussey, B. Podell, L. Giampiccol E. Wiener, Row 3: M. Langner, D. Rapp, L. Anderson, D. Persinger, D. Palcha band, their reputation should stay high. i . A . sn... . T. Q Symphonic Band- D. Adler, J. Anderson, J. Anderson, L. Anderson, L. Anzel, L. Barley, M. Berger, D. Bowen, E. Bracy, R. Brauerman L. Buster, S. Carse, J. Casteel, R. Chesley, D. Chalmers, K. Clapper, K. Combs, W. Corrigan, C. Cramblet, R. Dabney, C. Darlington, M. Day A. Desai, B. Edens, S. Elliott, E. Erikson, T. Freres, D. Fristoe, L. Giampiccolo, D. Gordon, G. Gordon, B. Green, L. Harrington, T. Hart,J Hollon, L. Hussey, K.Johnson, M. Kachuck, D. Kent, J. Klingelhofer, L. Knobbe, M. Lander, J. Lewis, T. LoBue, B. Landes, L. Mason, G. May J. McCormick, J. Milsaps, R. Miller, K. Miller, L. Moe, B. Monsanto, D. Nelson,J. Onyett, R. Ostrow, D. Palchak, M. Palchak, M. Palchak, C Palchak, R. Pang, D. Persinger, M. Peterson, M. Pickford, D. Pitman, K. Pipes, B. Podell, D. Rapp, L. Ricey, F. Richardson, M. Sample, D Schmidt, K. Schmidt, B. Schminke, G. Seitzinger, P. Seitzinger, S. Sparling, K. Stanley, D. Sutherland, P. Tallon, S. Tanaka, D. Thorburn, M Tyler,J. Vincent, B. Wadell, A. Weiss, M. Willis, G. Winget, P. Woock, R. Zechter. 1. ,,,,......-W ' fl yan-46 v ,N ,W 4: D. Adler, M. Pickford, K. apper, A. Weiss, M. Palchakg Row fig ' J. Hollon, B. Wadell, Onyett. ,ff ' - 4 Concert Band-Row 1: J. Tolley, N. Knobbe, C. Christensen, K. Ross, S. Bauerschmidt, I. Hollander, A. Peltzer, J. Goldenfield, L. Lindquist K. Yotkag Row 2: E. Conner, L. Pickford, B. Bopf, D. Grobman, T. Lu, M. Rodman, D. Rehak, M. Schoonmaker, S. Gausewitz, H. Hollander,J Holubg Row 3: J. Lamain, D. Brown, W. Williams, G. Kammerman, H. Poulsen, G. Bennett, M. Russell,J. Brennan, C. Brown, M. Nielson, D. Bush Row 4: T. Pfarr, C. Ornes, R. Pitts, B. Green, J. Chesavage, R. Gilbert, M. Eicher, C. Sawicz, W. Oswald, B. Turner,J. Gallant, B. Jeffers, R Anderson, Row 5: S. Paliska, C. Eliason, J. Henderson, L.Jones,J. Mossler, S. French, T. Seymour, S. Pagter, G. Holmes, L. Hoover, G. Lauterbach P. Casteelg Row 6: T. Duensing, M. Prescott, J. Ecklund, J. Aron, S. Rialson, D. Boggess, R. Holl, J. Scherer, D. Morton, R. Burns, D. Gerich ki, X , -,MN , , ,....,,' if Madrigals: Row 1: Lisa Ervin, Gordon Brooks, Kim Kluth, Lisa Carmagnohleff Rawitch, Dorothy Ackerg Row 2: Diane jackhjohn Harrison, -Ioai Pearsol, Catherine Coyl, Darryl Rapp, Sue Helton, Barbara Varian, Sam Peek, Rochelle Bowe, Row 3: Mary Hart, Kai Palchikoff, Michelle -Iacksor Viky Tomassini, Sandy Golian, Greg Barton, Row 4: Chris Lind, Advisor - Mr. Doyle, Carol Secretan, Wendy Jones, Brad Bode, Sally Schmidt Janelle Price, Brad Samways, Judy Pope. QQ ANCED GIRLS GLEE Row l S Peterson D Leung T ,Iosse C Bush L Case, H. Anderson, Row 2: V. Aston, P. Schneider, D. Harmon, Levy D Moynegh A Sweeney L Katnik C Steen N Sabin Row 3 S Freese H. Spar, C. Gross, K. Wilson, L. Robbins, S. Brokaw, L. Pou- n B Sheflin J Sewell L Halverson S Filley ROW4 D Chunick L Ball L Kail, R. Dunker, D. Kirk, K. Anderson, P. Henrietta,,I.Debjardins, Capozzoli .I Schwartz Row5 N Low M jack K Kyzer D Grissinger LI Waspi. D. Hidebranelt, D. Lindstrom,V. Smith, P. Hadley, R.Robins3 Robins Row 6 K julian L Schmidt T Zerbo D Steffy K Sneden P Huddleston, K. Brown,C. Gilbertson, L. Lynch, D.Burge,A.Averbach, McCalla Row 7 L Fretwell L Venstrom F Tanner D Wilson M Grimes P Keller, K. Kanallakan,A. Ford, R. Holderrnan, K. Knox,M.Men- Hard Work Results In Musical Protiency Five choral groups at Foothill participated in a variety of activities this year. The most important were the Christmas Concert, the Broadway Review and the Spring Concert, where all five groups were allowed to perform, gaining valuable experience. Material of medium difficulty is picked for the Christmas Concert and Broadway Review, and as confidence in their musical ability develops, the choruses are presented with more difficult work for the Spring Concert. In Mr. Doyle's own words, 4'Success breeds success," as a result of the pride in their accomplishments. He also spoke of the effort to offer a wide perspective in music: HI try to give the kids as much of a varied pro- gram as possible so they will have the experience of singing every type of music." There is an assortment of performing opportunities, in addition to the main school events. This year, the community enjoyed the singing talents of our students, with mainly the Con- cert Choir and the Madrigals taking part. They also performed at a Choral Festival, where they have come back with high honors for several years. Mr, Doyle tries harder! by bellowing out a happy tune . , , or turning his back on a sour note. Q . K w .,.. ' CONCERT CHOIR: Row 1: P. Loslebem, D. Clawson, E. Potter, T. Duquette, D. Leinberger, L. Firestone, R. Foremang Row 2: K. Meengs, S. Ga rand, D. Ipson, J. Dietrick, K. Haley, S. Seymour, C. Secretan, A. Forkey, C. Harrisong Row 3: S. Ewald, S. Bartlett, D. Brain, L. Huddleston, 1 Secoy, J. McGuinng Row 4: B. Spriggs, D. Edgar, B. Oland, B. Smith, T. Weston, T. Owens, D. tIustus,j. Soderberg. Not shown: S. Gross,j. Gros D. Martin, E. Smith, F. Perlof. :sf it 1 : v-Q. 1 P ' i sv M l KESHMAN CHORUS: Row 1: C. Klein, R. Hubbard, L. Phillips, S. Hobbyhl. Plumbo, C. jossi, P. Anderson, C. Camarata: Row 2: K. Sivak, D. artin, P. Huffman, V. Benefield, S. Wilcox, K. Osherman,j. Peters, M. Western, T.-Board, P. jackson, Row 3: B. Black, L. Richards, G. Proctor, Boehim, S. Primeau, L. Buhler, K. Harmon, C. Cook, Row 4: T. Babecky, D. Newton, R. March, S. Engel, B. Miller, K. Adams, D. Wilcox: Row L. Witt, D. Wyart,j. Lester, P. Norris, S. Seaman, E. Warhurst, S. Acker, C. Paige. , t - -fr il .f mi E, 1 sl A A A Q1 5 iff .-- ..-.Z IXED CHORUS: Row 1: D. Kewanwytewa, C. Greenwood, L. Camarata, D. Marcus, D. Perkins, S. Pederson, D. Vaughn,-I. Steinmetz, I.. Twightg pw 2: K. Divita, C. Kamanski, C. Newman, P. Mason, L. Thomas, L. Cavness, J. Acton, C. Rusk,j. Liljenquist, P. Kirkpatrick: Row 3: C. Graham, lWhitaker, P. Brooks, C. Anderson, D. Kamanski, M. Weber, B. Crouch, D. Bode, K. Hamilton, T. Horwitz, S. Merrillat: Row 4: QI. Curan, S. Bering, Stedman, M. Greytek, L. Wayne, E. Gomez, D. Moffat, K. Carse, M. Crom, C. Peck, CJ. Peck, Row 5: B. Sandau,j. Goldthorpehj. Lawson,j. e, B. Furniss, K. Kruger, S. Egge, P. Plumbo, S. Clark, K. Farris, P. Peck, Row 6: C. Henderson, C. Ward, B. Sparling, K. Dietrick, D. Newall, Ward, S. McCoy, P. Bradley, C. Ewald, V. Norta,j. Riley, Row 7: G. Maxon, B. Carpenter, C. Hutchinson, F. Boeheim, B. Perlof, B. Tuvell, li. ith,j. Harmon, B. Harvey, J. Sample,j. Clouter, K. Thomas. Broaclway Review: A Consistent Success "Welcomel,' sang Sam Peek, opening the ninth annual Broadway Review. Santa Ana High School Audi- torium was once again packed with an audience that was treated to a superb show. Mr. Doyle, the director, led the cast through a wide variety of solo selections and choral group numbers. Madrigals, with their usual display of talent, per- formed "That,s Your Funeral,', "The Farmer and the Cowmanf' and 'SAscot Gavottef' Concert Choir bright- ened up the evening with several songs, includir "Sesame Street." The Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee, an Freshman Chorus, added to the colorful parade of grou selections. Solo performances included Sandi Golian, Kim Koutl John Cushman tan alumnusj, Rochelle Bowe, Mary Har Chris Lind, Carol Secretan, Darryl Rapp, Jeff Rawitcl assistant director Janelle Price, and a very special rend tion of the "Love Storyv theme by Mr. Doyle. But th fi T? "There were never such devoted sisters . . ." Q-as 44 T1 point of the evening was, without a doubt, Kai chikoff's performance of "Rubber Ducky." That iught down the house. Duets performed were "Sisters," with Ellen Potter , Karen Meengs, and "Bosom Buddies," with Lisa amagno and Joan Pearsol. The Faculty Frolickers got ir share of laughter when they presented "I'm 'ever Blowing Bubbles." fir. Doyle and the entire cast put a great deal of time and work into this production, and they can rest assured that every bit of it was worthwhile . . . they once again presented a fantastic Broadway Review. Doyle proudly congratulates the cast. Kai and hisA"rubber ducky." fee Q icri A be X 5 . .N - 1 Q 1 - Q I . gifs! U r s QM r if i up of' p N. tiki e to p f BQ 'wr W 1 is A 92, X fi V W i W j, Faculty Frolickers - Slayton, Wood, Wiseman, Kennedy, McWilliams, and , Feher. M21rYHartSiHgS"Somewhere-" "That's Your Funeral!!" 46 'Oc Adolf and the Sauerkraut's entertained with a German Tune, and the audienc did enjoy it! iiiilfqf TF Somewhere Over the Rainbow", sung by Janelle Price. 47 G This year's Girls League officers include Mychele McFarland, Diane Evans, Toni Chunick, Holly Holub, Shari Liebman, Winn Davenport, Linda Casselman, Ann Hall, Cathy Rusk, and julie Cloutier. eirl's League Gets It Together iave you ever wondered what was the purpose of those girls ning around Foothill High's campus in matching long blue sses? Those ten girls were the busy members of the 1971-1972 l's League Cabinet. This group of girls worked together nughout the year to put on many of Foothill's most important successful activities of the year. The officers of this yearls 1971-1972 cabinet included Ann l serving as Presidenthlulie Cloutier as Vice-President, Cathy '63 Rusk as Activities Chairman, Toni Chunick as Public Relations, Holly Holub as Publicity Chairman, Diane Evans as Treasurer, Linda Casselman as Friendship Chairman, Shari Leibman as Secretary, Lynn Davenport as Sophomore Representative, Mychele McFarland as Freshman Representative. Miss Barry, assisted by Mrs. Kerns and Miss Knight, advised and guided the girls in all of their activities. X ig ,UZ A, t, 'Heres 5, , Ma, M .pm r. swf x... ,fm ,. is-f -a.: 1-Ive 5 ', if '-:af it is Freshman cools off at annual Meet 'n Eat. Girls' League Sparks Activities The Girl's League began the year with the annual Meet Eat to welcome the Freshman girls. For something new th held a Halloween Happening, followed by the biggest dar of the year, the 1971 Moonlite and Mistletoe. On Februz 14th the girls played Cupid by delivering carnations. T year ended with the traditional Sadie Hawkins Dance. rae seslf iiss eeeii Nrgu iree,t eeeeeee ueea irei.ee eve ,fiyt s iffffjiffsiffi siti iue M uee u e r e e "We love you Robbie . . ." V Foothill's own "love Story." I if Q KW fe sd s, fgsx Irresistable displays his charm. 3 Look into my crystal ball "Yummy , . ." 4 .sv f n ,I ww.- 419' ,J ar-'gf' xiidg 45 P i i Q. af fmt, 5- '--an-..., E X s S s , - ,, A... X- "Moon1ite Ancl Mistletoe" Enonants Knights , Ladies "Moonlite and Mistletoe," this year,s Christmas formal, was held at the Balboa Pavillion. True to the dance's theme, mistletoe hung abundantly over the couples as they danced to the music of "Rain- bow." At ten-thirty Ann Hall and Mike Sfregola presented Queen Julie Boggess and King Mike Hastings with their golden crowns. For the rest of the dance, they reigned over their court of princesses Kristi Haley,Peggy Haugen,Sheila Zwirn, LuAnn Huddleston, Kim Thomas, and princes Fred Mayrhofer, Tom Zurn, John Spurzem, Doug Schwartz, and Rob Tuvell. 9 sf f 4 Foothill's clubs are a mixture of services, education, and fun. Whether it is Art Club or F.T.A., there is something here for everyone. . This year, Thespians presented three plays. The Art Club put on an art show to raise money for a new loom. Our Folk Club presented the annual Folk Concert, and Creative Writing Club published ajournal. While they wrote, the Speech Club verbalized, traveling to tournaments in Arizona and Reno. . ,,,, M-M.:m,,f'ffvmxgg!VQ Inter Club Council members Tim Butler Karen Bates Marilyn Sample, jackie Ross, Michelle Matichak, Celeste Ward, LuAnne Huddlesti Gordon Brown Karen Moe Elke Meier jeff Newland Presldent Chuck Zeigler, john Harrison, Thane Tierney, Robin Wilson, Brian Bu hausen Bob Christoff Gay Evans Doug Schwartz Diane Van Schoten, Gale Jeffers. N If 3' 'ff' ,Xie s N X 1: 'M ' ,Ji v.f,,. ,.n,5,,,g ,, 4, ,fin f- -, 4+-4 -'., Q- x -F '. . f ' f, .1550 . g ,IL if K 'ff ,. f?.'.',,- W' 3? if ff ii re t if W- 5- ' f 'Sgr ' V' 'TSS' The Math Club also entered competitions, as did the Chess Club, who took second in our league. Biology Club went on two hikes, and Horticulture Club finished the pond. Spanish, French, and German Clubs participated in Lingo Day, and A.F.S. hosted foreign students. Health Careers Club visited a hospital, and F.T.A. Visited Gwen Foss. Home Ec. made gingerbread men for F.A.K.H.F.A.J. Club Presidents meet to discuss plans for Homecoming. ?i5f4vHi'f Foothill's sports clubs this year included the Ski, Bicycle, Sailing and Surfing clubs. Guys in school sports made up the Varsity Club. All sports were supported by Pep Club. Key Club, C.F.P.O.W., and S.T.E.P. performed services this year, and Christian Club sponsored a Maranotha concert. C.S.F. took a trip to Balboa Park. The Inter-Club Councillinked the organizations together. As a committee, they put on Feast and Joust and the Homecoming dance. ,. in ini ABALAE lnzwfs F'3l?Nx7EXm , PRESENTS 'ima-: 3 3,51 -rl . if Orig 154ecWdh Cmam Chevy l' Q eef.f at ' , AFS:"Wall4 Together, Talk Together.. ,,, g I Jr. W , ., in . H n a- -fsyxgg A 1 1 ASF Members: Karen Bebout, Margaret Holub, Michelle Martin, Dawn Moynagh, Annebel Aabo, Frances Hart, Karin Windso Cathyliusk, Karen Moe, Viky Tomassini, Linda Lovret, Donna Matics, Diane Marcus, Ann Forkey, Robin Waltzer, Ellen Bracj Bernard Detry, john Murray. From left: Karen Moe, Viky Tomassini, advisor Miss Woodroffe, Irkeri Pehu-Lehtonen, .fFrances Hart not V shownl American Field Servic AFS stands for American Field Service. just recen it was renamed AFS International because of the v. amount of countries it now includes. This program v started just after World War I in order to resume go relationships between war-weary nations. Presently, A International is a private, non-profit organization whi offers high school students the opportunity to live al study with families in other countries. Promoting go will among the peoples of the world is perhaps the important by-product of the program. Here at Footll the AFS club has been busy raising money for I activities and also funds to contribute to the Tustin A. chapter. President Karen Moe has organized many acti ties such as a potluck dinner and an AFS Internatior Day. This year Foothill hosted Viky Tomassini, AQ student from Argentina. We also hosted Irkieri Pehu-L4 tonen, our Youth for Understanding student fro Finland, who is here for one year like our AFS studen Then and Only Then Shall Ye Have Peace Viky Tonnassini Hello, I am Viky Tomassini from Bahia Blanca, Argentina. My American ifamily, the Kenneth Winsors, is really fantastic. They are a bigger family than my Argentine family. I like this very much because in Argentina I have only one older brother, but here I have two younger brothers and they are so fun to be with. Here at Foothill my American sister Karin helps me so much with schoolwork and learning to speak English. The school system is so different here. There are so many clubs and activities, and American students have so many opportunities and freedom to use their knowledge. I am so grateful to AFS for send- ing me to American. I have come to know many places and.things in America that I will never forget. AFS has taken full responsibility for me and also sent me information to help me before I came. My experience has taught me a great deal. I have learned to take full responsibility for my- self and I am no longer dependent on others. FIEHIICGS Hart My summer in Afghanistan was an incredible experience. I lived in Jamal Mina, a section of Kabul which is the capital of Afghanistan. My family consisted of four brothers and five sisters ranging in age from fourteen to twenty-eight. My parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mohammadi, were ex- tremely kind to me, and being devout Moslems they taught me a great deal about their religious customs. There was only one person in the family who spoke English fluently, so I learned as much Persian as I could in two and one-half months. The most beautiful part of my experience was getting to know my Afghan family. There is so much an American student can learn from a different cul- ture. I was really grateful to AFS for sending me to such a primitivelyybeautiful country where learning started the minute I stepped off the plane. Q' kv' 1- h my i ,,, - ' .- -. Q 1 . f .1. ref. af 9' - R5 ' 'A' . L if in, ' Q 1 1-.fr r '54 ' Sf - ' . ,N 1 wif" 1 ww Q. 4 at 4 ,1ss1':..:.fm2'ff- K - CSF Officers Tim Butler Kevis Bean Vince Licata Jill Matichak Steve Brannon Advisor Mr. Oster Vx Pla There Is, My Lord... Foovhill's dramatists, the Thespians, presented a wide variety of plays this year: "Anastasia,,' "Odd Couple,', and a Shakespearean comedy, "Midsummer Night's Dream." All three were results of a lot of dedicated work by the partici- pating members, and all are congratulated on their perform- ances. Thespians: Row 1: Sue Hood, Debbie Robertson, Peter Cohen, Dale Justusg Row 2: Lisa Robinson, Melodic Rae, Russell Chesley, Diane Loweg Row 3: Walter Corrigan, Lynne Conti, . . l jill Matichak, Joel Patterson, Karen Meengs, Daryl Rapp, Candy Crawford, Laura Secoy, Find all Of llfeis UOVCIUCS Qt Erma Bennett Glaustein, David Garrettson, Barbara Musicant. Gift BOX, 600 E- 1Sf St-, TUSUH- Thespian Advisor: Mrs. Pecararo 60 Af touching scene from Anastasia .If- "Oscar" scolds "Felix," Creativity and inspiration are the keys to good writing in Creative Writing Club. Home Ec. Club preparing a meal. 4, ,, In y hi' ii I The sounds of Dylan, Taylor, and Stookev sound best on instruments from Winnls Music Store and Studio, 540 E. lst St., Tustin. 544-5350. F? w- A, , 4f-- 4-.Q .4."...,,,""-.Q 'Will' ""' 'l iff: 'sv-4' fr Art Club members do their "own thing!"- Folk Club proves to be a rewarding experience for all the members. The fun of sewing is exceeded only by the fun of selecting beautiful fabrics, from wools to velvets at Tustin Yardage and Notions, 2136 N. Tustin Ave., Santa Ana, 541-6303 EZ Y v .M , 9 it at ' 'K . M rd 1 x fi z Qi uw f if if fa ' ul lf, J 9--, ah -'g,0f,.. ,J '51 Art Cl ..i.......t,it Creative Writirlg Larry Feigh Bernice Marcus Lynda Martin Judy McGuinn Kathy Rose Marilyn Sample Jill Sharf Judie Wagner Advisor: Mrs. Dargan Home Joan Brewer Rita Brown Lisa Erwin Judy Gormin EC. Lynda Martin Anna Maria Ornelas Donna Rose Advisor: Miss J ahnig Folk Clulo Ron Beard Cathy Coyl Chuck Currey Curt Dietrik Margaret Holub Advisor: Karen Allen Howard Baldini Ann Beaver Karen Blair Lisa Camarata Joan Dale Michelle Duffy Dottie Eglinton Jeff Goreman Bev Hardgrove Margaret Holub Judy Keith Kay Landrum Nancy Low Kathy Newbrander Judy Pope Tom Weston Dan Yalblonka Mrs. Waterman ulo Mary Messina Gretel Mochle Cathy Morehead Donna Newland Jan Oland Jana Patterson Sue Pederson Robin Roseenburg Jill Tappan Darlene Thomas Leanne Walker Mary Wiley Kathy Yotka Advisor: Mrs. Wright l . the most Biology Club learns while playing games, Horticulture Club strives to make Foothill beautiful campus around. For better horticulture information on growing beautiful flowers, trees, and' . ShI'llbS, Call Kyoto Nurserv, 1091 Irvine Blvd., '1ustin, 544-2157. Q , fi W 25 . 1, 1 j if if if f if af? ff-1+ Vw Vw iff? llpn ff! Y . ' .Em We Q' is Wm wwf? Q QQ' wr , Amrk i. I sy N r. R E: 'xi 'J' ii ? eeer I ,, to a1 a L. , Jffyy 1 V . A l.t1 Y 11, ' r . ' iiii 1 I , fi, K K 2? .J :sw iii- " if: Q . Zi mf A 7 ,.., wi I- Math Club's power is in numbers. '51 Biology cum Karen Chandler Elana Donahough Mary Donahough jeff Gormin jeff Gronimeyer Mike Henderson Cindy Kamamoki Joyce Lu Mitch Phillips Nancy Slane Charlotte Thomas Darlene Thomas Mike Tunnel Rick Tunnel V Katie Wilson Robin Wilson Advisor: Mr. Wood Horticulture Lisa Camarata Laura Chacon Pam Gunderman Tracy Hope Advisor: Mr. Wendy Jordon Cindy Newman Lindsi Stenglein Celest Ward Wiseman Math Clulo Mark Bark Gordon Brown Fred Hamann john Harrison Vicent Licata Mark Lundt john Millsaps Dave Pitman Mark Schlesinger Harris Sherman Randy Sherman Advisor: 1 Mrs. Driscoll F TA Diane Oland Cass Panos Sue Ross Louis Sachar joe Taylor Christy Usatenko Advisor: Mr. Frogue Gernnan Club Ski Clulo J. Alston T. Alston L. Anderson G. Brooks P. Brooks C. Bunch A. Burns J. Carlson C. Currey P. Davis B. Ditter D. Galt D. Garretson K. Getter S. Getter J. Gittelson D. Grobman J. Grormeyer . Hage . Henderson D. Jones L. Fiege-Kollman K. Krupp A. Levine . Mancini . Moyuagh Advisor: Mrs. Weber Palchak Perkel Phillips Russell Schendel Scott Stefan A. Trickell A. Ash R. Fischbeck K. Ashlock Fischbeck N. Bayles H. Fraser S. Beatty K. Gibbs A. Beaver M. Hastings T. Bierbaum N. Hitt J. Broe M. Horner M. Buckley J. Keith B. Chilcote A. Killebrew K. Cooper K. Landrum J. Dean B. Detry D. Lane D. Dizney G. Langenbeck D. Dizney E. LoBue M. Manning E. Meier D Moynagh A Olson S. Pagter D Proctor M. Reinglass C Rickbeil S. Saroff C Sfregola C Spilsbury J. Stockland Advisor: Miss Woodward Guest speaker entertains the German Club. K. Stovall S. Thomas S. Turbow J. Tutton D. Vodrey J. Wagner J. Ware P. Weinger M. Wiseman A. Wittberger B. Wodiskie C. Ziegler Instructor demonstrates ski techniques on Foothill's slope. sicycle Club L. Anzel R. Ason M. Blaustein B. Bode D. Bode S. Bryant C. Cage S. Colbert L. Cutting P. Davis D. Diedrich 9 P. Dorsett E. Massaro R. Gray D. Matics B. Grondin L. McConnell J. Hengesh M Messina M. Holub M Murphy M. Hudson M Murrill S. Janiga S. O'Neal L. Jenks M. Phillips D. Kanno A. Powel K. Knox D. Proctor J. MacPherson Advisor: Miss Terry r5aa-? ai -440. Ji ii if M... . a if , 9 C. J. D. B. D. B. C. M. G. K. Reilly Riley Rogers Ross Schwartz Votaw Wallis Willis Winget Zeigler Spanish Clulo D. Evans R. Foreman A. Forkey J. Goldenfield L. Halderman S. Hardy C. Harrison J. Harrison R. Howes J. Kassabaurn D. Lindsay B. Mancini M. Martin D. Matics Advisor: L. Mitchell M. Mitchell T. Mitchell K. Moe A. Nozick E. Potter M. Reinglass Mrs. Fleischer S. Rohrs S. Shanfield M. Slaught S. Titmaron V. Tomassini C. Travis A. Zall 1 Jde my bicycle past your window last night." Cylists tour the Foothill campus. Spanish Club . . . Ole! a 5- .M W-Q....,., 'F ix l ,QHQQ sl .QQ 'J lil: 38' ,..............,..,a..,... --x- . 'vi Health Careers Club members play hospital. Need a check up? French Club members fniov cad "Cl1eckmate . . . I've got you coveredf' the language' I ,,,', ?'1b7",7'Z'."""'d f--ww-vu--L -M l i 5149.901 A 'gh J. Aldrich M. Hartman ig' in f. V -- . a t--L.. , C fd 'Y . i f . .Qm , . .er's coimpany as well I M if i T1 M534 Health B. Henry H. Holub M. Kanarek K. Mann J. Millsaps F. Perlog C. Quackenbush D. Adler B. Podell R. Cantrell J. Rawitch J. Dietrick S. Saroff M. Donohugh D. Sharma L. Fiege- D. Steffy Kollman J. Trueblood D. Galt C. Ziegler D. Hammer G. Barton K. Holl J. Carlson R. Hows S. Ditter C. Klein D. Elliott K. Meyers R. Franke T. Mitchel J. Galt Advisor: Mrs. Osborne Medical Explorers dress a wound with Band-Aids and Bactine, special- Advisorr MT- Ward ties of Lemon Heights Drug Store, 13022 Newport-Avenue, Tustin 1544-74901 B. Amestoy Baldini Boobar Boyer Carrie Garson M. Cleary J. Dorche M. Duggleby M. Edwards H. Frasier Y. Frost D. Garside D. Halterlein D. Harden F. Hart M. Hart Advisor: Miss M. Hastings J. Henderson P. Hickman L. Irwin B. Jeffs L. Kail K. Kochanski T. Kochanski N. Knobbe ,I . Kreiman L. Long K. Martin L. Matichak J. Matichak B. Mauro B. Mitchell J. Newland Landoe R Risley S. Saroff K. Sneden T. Travis B. Wodiske eetronies . Sawicz R. Risley G. Jeffers D. Strich Strich T. Morgan R. Weber M. Berger B. Jeffers G. Wasgy French Cluh S. Peroi M. Phillips E. Potter S. Prophet M. Schoonmaker S. Seely M. Sfregola D. Sharma A. Short M. Sodaro P. Stillwell D Tichenor M. Tizinsky K Wilson L. Winter N Yocca D Proctor Chess Cluh Douglas M. Palchak M. Henderson GronemeyerB. Thomas J. McLean J. Harrison N. Groot D. Scherer R. Lloyd C. Harrison M. Tunnel Advisor: Mr. Hardy Breakfast at C0eo's with the Key Club. Coach Sedoo talks to Varsity Club. ,, apr A vi.-,V 'f'!'-'-,ff fi . ww--rife: ft if 'Jax .,,-f -wm,4.,,f.-w,:9" , ""' 2 ug.,-RJ-.i.,. '. 1 ef ' W 'HQGiWT'.Q1fli'a' . 4, ,. 'gi 1 J' we 'Q L-1 f.,..: N I Christian Club members enjoy fellowship. Varsity Club smiles at this years memories. was 4 up '-an i Q. H. eg AMW ...,x hy ," 'Hs- Todd Feher entertains Christian Club members. 45. if ary 'Q J. CFPOW'S discuss plans for Christmas activities ...sa wypf in' J avg 4 .8 ' ,A .. it s. ...KU i . Varsity Club C. Bell R. Gall J. Harrison F. Mayrhofer D. Murphy J. Palchikoff P. Secore D. Sodero R. Strachan J. VanDordrecht B. Weinberg B. Bjornson B. Geyer R. Jacobs J. McKennon B. Nielson G Roberts B. Smith T. Steffy R Tuvell D Williams T. Zurn Advisors: Coach Sedoo - Coach Osborne CFPOW'S J. Acton B. Christoff S. Evander N. Fujimento S. Golian K. Gross M. Hurd J. Knowles Advisors: L. Paul C. Sfregola T. Sweeter K. Wilson T. Bak C. Eaton C. Fujimoto D. Gross Linda Horvath Christian G. Aorta L. Caramagno C. Darlington D. Dreibelbis S. Elliot J. Gallant D. Grobman M. Hartman S. Hobby K. Kochanski K. Martin B. Mauro H. Paulson M. Phillios M. Pickford B. Sanders P. Showalter K. Snedeil D. Tollefsen D. Wilcox L. Bucher D. Carson D. Dreibelbis K. Duggleby T. Fearer R. Gilbert L Gillerstrom S Hardy R. Killips S. Morris J. Rodriguez S. Shanfield D. Wilson , Steve Frogue Club R. Hage P. Hickman D. Kanno T. Licato J. Mathews L. Paul J. Pearsol M. Phillips S. Reaves A. Sargeant S. Sloan D. Stefan L. West Advisor: Lowell Schroeder Key Clulo S. Camarata M. Sloan R. Gibbs S. Thomas M. Hastings G. Toth R. Hows D. Vogelzang J. Johnsrud M. Werner P. Maynard P. Cooper R. Mclntyre J. Halderman QSM J D. Rabun S. Helton wiisiifg' ,. ffl R. Schuh R. Jacobs ., xs-A . -as--.ag ' My :rift B. Mancini J. McCormick F. Osen R. Rodewald L. Shoemaker S. Smith S. Titmarsh J. VanDordrecht B. Wadell Advisor: Wendall Ward Forensic Team i ' if ,if ' if Row 1: jeff Newland, David Beyerle, Mark Block, Steve Broe, Tim Butler, Brad Chase, Marcel Daniels, Craig Englundg Row 2: jim Gittelsor Mike Gray, Art Levine, Lora Moon, Dennis Osborne. Not shown, Reg Darley. X 73 E3 ki ' Q11 af Row 1: Chuck Post, Melody Rae, Rob Risley, jackie Ross, Eric Schlesinger, Richard Swenson, Bob Templin, Mrs. Waters fadvisorjg Row 2: Mark Schlesinger, Bill Warhurst, Dave Nishball, Steve Brannon, jill Matichak, Omar Newland. ,pw Q.: Wi? v ,W ' - U W 1? !,,.,iqg V , I5- uif. gm-.f1xS:sQ4au'.' I OHS . I ,gf F3-.Frm :sm 5 Q' 15-8 I 1 Fx y is i - 74 Students The life of a student at Foothill naturally revolves around the school . . . at least that is the way it is generally portrayed in the yearbook. lt is a truth, however, that the school in reality exists for the student, and that his moods, his feelings, and his point of view create the total atmosphere felt on our campus. This year we, the staff of the 1971-72 Shield, have initiated a new section, presenting the school through the eyes of the students. It is our hope that through this effort Foothill can be seen in a new light. XCUJ ' PR' new up A .. M A W Q -A ' Q.. 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TH 1' f FQ 5- Athletics Knight of the Week - Kennedy - Mike Falbo No. 22 Knight of the Week A University A Rick Jacobs No. 66 What is reality? 94 i Knight of the Week - Villa Park - Sam Peek, No. 44 Knight of the Week - Tustin - Mike McCray No. 78 95 ,mx 'R A' 4'-L 1 0' X ,R ,f ,.,, ',gQ6?f9'??' Glenn Bradley, Mission Knight of Week, awaits pass. A 2 dfgfyffmas Andy Katnik, Katella Knight of Week, readies to snap ball, as Tuvell barks out signals Sam Peek - Back of the Year, Orange Knight of Week. 98 Kennedy defensive back eludes diving split end, Glenn Bradley, after interception. 1 .. if Afxf- . ,V - M Ln..,f,L l , . Way? f . f , fly. I A c , ,,-ia.. f . ,qw ,,.f,. ,f . . ,11f,.l... ,,.r. ,KL v if 'ff A ., .ffI4?ff 'sity Football: Row 1 f J. Evans, A. Korn, J. MeKennon, F. Mayrhofer, T. Steffy, M. Falbo, R.Jaeobs, G. Bradley, R. Tuvellg Row 2 - Shampion,J.Johnsrud, S. Rielly,J. Hohener, C. Palchak, P. Cleeland, J. Nahigan,J. Cueto, J. Crowtherg Row 3 f D. Price S. Peek, S. Shaw Wood, P. Christ, A. Katnik, M. Lubinski, D. Williams, G. Roberts, Row 4 4 D. Szkaradek, D. Brown, J. Jentges, M. Dierkes, J. Owen, Heinle, S. Clark, J. Spurzem, M. McCray, varsity Footloallzfx Revival Qt Success Success returned to our varsity football team as they made strong come back as likely contenders for the league champ- nship. Although they got off to a dismal start in the season th the losses of two pre-league games, they made a strong me back bringing themselves to a tie position for first place the league. Their position was finallyjilted in the last game i an , X Commissioner, Stephie Bryant, boasts guantlet after Tustin win. of the year when they were defeated by a strong team from Katella High. The season measured out a final 6-3 victory over their opponents. This yearls revival of the team should be attributed to a fine coaching job by Mr. Snyder, and his assistants: Coaches Osborne, Rosmino, and Curtis. lt will be a difficult task in the upcoming year to replace some of the outstanding players of this year's squad, such as Mike McCray, Gary Roberts,John Spurzem,Jim McKennon, Fred Mayrhofer, Rick Jacobs, Mike Falbo, and Glen Bradley. We should be very proud ofthe contributions these young men have made to Foothill High School. x .xx w ew . . 1. - ,uv -v -. "M , -sf, Q-'M . is 'S a if ...1 1 , , , e- .. -5-s .Q ... f I ,. ,. . we Q- 4 .T sl' we ...J-"f,.a - -1 ,- ' . vi-LH 3 . ' Q wa. Y l Coaching Staff: Bill Snyder fheadj, Al Rosmino, Bob Osborne, and Curt Curtis. 99 ... if '55 P - .. - 4 Frosh-Soph Football: Row 1: lsittingj D. Beno, M. Gray, D. Sutherland, S. Gortz, D. Danskin, T. Bradley,J. Cantrell, S. Keyser, K. Pipes, B. TL ton, Row 2: J. Posthill, R. Nesbitt, R. Wodiske, S. Katnik, P. Hoesterey, G. Rodman, P. Willner, D. Berger, M. Gillman, E. Gillsdorf, S. Bootl Row 3: P. Spilsbury, B. Duggleby, B. Shade, D. Beucke, M. Gray, A. Robbie, B. McGuire, L. Quackenbush, L. Schildmeyer, M. Reidlinger, D. Wei C. Marvic, T. Sheflin, D. Lind, COACHES: Left - Coach Zeichg Right - Coach Bauer iv ' l Fresh-Soph Place 5th In League Foothillls Frosh-Soph team began their season optimistically with a sweeping victory over an inex- perienced University High squad, with a 34-0 win. Perhaps the ease of this initial Victory boosted the team's confidence toward a gradual improvement over . the year. The sophomores finished the season with a . record of three wins, four losses, and two ties, placing them fifth in league with a 2-3-2 record. Steve Gortz, Tim Bradley, Alex Robbie, along with Bill Tutton were all two-way starters for most of the 4 season. Team captains for 1971 were: Bob McGuire, Tim Bradley: Most Valuable Back Tim Bradley, and Alex Robbie. The Squad will long Coach Zeich remember the victory at Mission Viejo and the Katella defeat. FOOTHILL OPPONENT QLEAGUESFQ 34 O University 0 30 Kennedy 5 7 Villa Parkik 14 14 San Clemente? 20 7 El Modeno"' 14 14 Tustinik 14 1 6 Orangebk 22 0 Mission? 6 8 Katellaak Dan Danskin: Most Valuable Line- Coach Bauer man m Bradley breaks to the outside . Gortz trucks downfield Schildmeyer for six ind to Bradley . . . Touchdown AHHHH!! : e ' trflk 're K P N l l Freshman Football: Row 1 Qsittingj : J. Grimes, M. Larnard, S. Grinsley, L. Hubby, D. Phillips, B. Shade, D. Kamanski, M. Prescott, B. Waxman, L Laib, P. Larnardg Row 2: M. Rogers, T. Haigh, B. Floyd, K. Combs, M. Williams,j. Davey, R. Hoesteroy, T. Bremer, M. Knapp,j. Haley, R. Ho dermang Row 3: D. Mangano, C. Krause, R. Chesley, M.jones, G. Bennett, R.jones,j. Carson, B. Tripp,j. Tuvell,j. Mossler,j. Lamain, R. Wilne Row 4: Coach Wagner,j. Sayres, G.- Roberts, B. Coll, R. Hall,j. Astor, S. james, L. Carter, M. Kehoe, D. Nelson,j. Eckland,j. Hoyt, P. Stillwell M. Rodman, Coach Wertman, G. Mahlsteadt, P. McGaffigan ' Frosh Capture League Mini Knights, the Freshman football team, won their Knighthoe in a decisive victory over the Mission Viejo Diablos, capturing tl Crestview League championship. It was a fitting climax to a seasc in which the 'ffighting frosh" went 6-0-1 in league play. Coach Michael Wertman's philosophy of strength and powerft hard-hitting football inspired the freshman in their quest for tf league crown throughout the season. Throughout the Fall, Wertm and assistant Coach Taylor Wagner drilled the fundamentals of winni football into their team and the Freshmen utilized those ideals to be i their competition with a total of 180 points scored. Most Valuable Players - George Mahlsteadt and John Hoyt Coaches Wertman and Wagner Paul McGaffiganilines 'em up. ,, it.-1 rf ,W M- Us to sLm...a if f K ' dge opens 91' mght Speedster' Coaches Wagner and Wertman look on with full concentration, hlsteadt sprlnts for goal line. Wwe? 1. if s or : in :Meer x ,W-f if 'fy " ,,fk, 4-ff 'srtif mv' ,Maha ff-W ffff gh f 3 Sr? ,wr W5 Eh K rv' AH W 4.5 a - Q, o , o. j 441.9 " W e A or t ,V f f 5, ff had-. If , K ?i,.1'M..,,.gH3u'i f ' H 3 o LVV, - Qi A ,,,- if Q , ' , ' , 1 ,yy aw , , ma, , e y Jo, e ,Jw Vmt, ,, sf sf ', L - A a A , 'M J M 1 5-5,Si.+ fb-if .V , . L V ,ff M. f f Q -' we , YET frwwf A- Awiywwm ,.,,.,,,,,nqu-.f-W--N f Tension high as Knights face Tillers. - - . Defense swarms Tiller runner. Famlhar Slght for champs' If-.ag r n 1 W Q ' " l,, 1 M 4 if I it Q I DW M 1 k. . -"ff .K 'v Water Polo Knight of the Year, Bill Smith, uses scare te Spurzem stays with his man. 'X X, Rod Strachan passes off. 2 " m.. ,, .k.., , .4 ..,,,- ,. wig, ,,,. - h hh hhhhhhh Q 'im' Q gi -A Z- kr .xi -1 bm, ,av-'N 'P A - Kf" "W mf N J N f .un I--5M.,.,,, , ,, .x.. ,, ff. .ar .zwff ,IQ .Vg-ff""" J 3849 f-v--nm W 'S x 'YN Poloists Prove "Its The Water Pride, personality,and power brought the 1971 Aquaknights to a great 18 and 5 record this year, making them one of the top teams in C.I.F. The highlight of the season was having two revengeful wins over powerhouse Corona Del Mar, 8 to 2 and 8 to 6. This year,s team was very well balanced, with all starters always a scoring threat. Our offense produced 207 goals for an 8.9 goal per game average. Other vital statistics showed the team was 10 and 4 against teams with blonde-haired goalies, and that they did better all around on cloudy days. No doubt a good deal of the success this year came from the spirit of the guys themselves.Determined to awaken student interest in water polo, they went all out, and really knocked 'em dead when "Bill and the Four Bubbles" made their debut at a November pep assembly. It also became known that whenever 4'Railroad" Bill Smith and "The Hunkn Kai Palehikoff were found together, Foothill students could be sure something fishy was going on. These two, along with "Pizza Man" Dave Sodaro, and Perry Secor, were the zaniest yet most outstanding sen- iors on the team. Returningjuniors are "Sweet Baby Jay" Palchikoff, Rod Strachan, Eric Smith, Bob Bonebrake, and sophomore Witt Davis. Coach De- long is sure "with these boys we have returning, we can look forward to an outstanding season in l972.,, 106 1 'Fr ?lL-Qwwmsritmmwwumrs-f-'wmammwwlunsnwmumm 5 if . ' si Z r , , , 1 at 1 1 4. i s, Kai Palchikoff continues to defend the Foothill goal. v , . 1 f . Team pauses to talk strategy and goes on to beat Rancho Alamitos 24 - 6 1' 1 -V , 1 - -- - rluvf ,rsity Water Polo: Rowl K Pa1ch1koff B Geyer,D Sodaro,B Smlth E Smlth M Green, Row 2 W Dav1s P Secor, M Cohen Pdlchlkoff Strachan. Q-hump:-f was itt Cohen, Bill Geyer awalt their turn .U-K f ,,. ,gk-dW.,w,, -WH.. MM- L 4' I "van-u. ew-.J ' ' wamr f ' mx ,aw ' ' P W ,Y ' .N ,, if , A Vi., fxf, ,.,, f. '.1'f"2,'2'.'1v f "L ,ff ' ,. 4,4- if ,h,, ' A W-" 1 , ff :mn Q, Af r , , ,mm ,W ,Q f ' e'1 1 Q- V H, ,fl 4 A . 4 Junior-Varsity: Row 1: T, Travis, R. Gosselin, J. Harmon, J. Palmer, J. McCormick, S. Pagter, M. Blockg Row 2: R. Crawford, D. Quayle, Bayles, J. Cullen, T. Fearer, J. Silver, T. Seymour. JV's set up for goal. Q I , i K I Q! 5.1 ..-aww' ff I john Secor - effective Frosh-Soph goalie Frosh- Soph Shine With 15-3 Season Foothillis Frosh-Soph water polo team this year was one ofthe best in C.l.F. Our baby Knights had speed and scoring, with such out- standing players aslPeter Spurzem fvoted by his team-mates most Valuable playerj, Ken Wills, Bruce Furniss, Bill Bunge, and Larry Johnson. Other strong plays were turned in by aquaknights Robbie Churney, John Secor, and Marcel Daniels. With improvement on the skills acquired this year, many of these boys will play on the Varsity team within the next three years. If their winning spirit stays as high as it is now, Foothill can expect some fine seasons ahead. This year Frosh-Sophs came under the new leadership of Coach Hank "Boom-Boomn Hummel. He led them through a fine season. sh Soph Row 1 S Tanaka B Bunge R Churney B Furniss, P. Spurzem, K. Willsg Row 2: L. Johnson, M. Daniels, M. Secorul. Secor , , l i Varsity andj.V. Cross Country: Row 1 QL-RJ: T. Messina, D. Fristoe, M. Mellili, M. Bell, B. Courtney, B. Yedor, M. Frehers, F. jeffsg Row 2: P. Vermilyea, S. Lengal, L. Gerich, M. Benet, K. Jordan, S. Mel- lili, S. Van Meter, J. Murray, R. Blethen. Not Shown e Bruce Todd. Harriers -Sho Will To win This year proved to be one o the finest for Foothill,s cross country team. In spite of losing some good runners, the team? attitude was still one of determi nation, and morale stayed high. Led by captains Larry Gerich Bruce Todd, and Tom Mesinna Foothill's Varsity placed eightl in the Orange County meet. Thrc' runners made the "all countg team: " Larry Gerich, Bruce Todd and Matt Bell, the first freshmar ever to make the Varsity team a Foothill. Top man on the team wa: Larry Gerich, team captain anc Knight of the Year. He won thc Long Beach Invitational, was mos' outstanding at Corona Del Mar and broke five records, including the course record at league finals He was the first Foothill runner. He did a fine job over-all. Todd and Gerich take lead from Tustin. The loneliness of a long distance runner. Todd sets the pace. 110 E E 2 1 5 i E X I can do it. Bell pulls ahead Himes and Throppe spring ahead. f," -.af Cross Country Coach Whitaker ,.4!""!p,h Row 1 QL-RJ: M. Farrar, K. Hobbs, G. Throppe, R. Himesg Row 2: B. Craig, M. Eicher, M. Smith, T. Alderman. Not shown -john Klinghofer and Dave Gcrich. A ' i -W , Q 1 1 A ' N I i ' X ' gt ,, 0 . Q v , ' ' Y M., if ' i I ' .4 J 4,5 H "K f .f ,C , ,wizswgfl y ,iVDi,,q f,,f.t,v.',,,',t I 1 ' ,,,,, , X t t I ,, f K I f-.Elm-vw M -H f-A . 14 Q.,,, 'jj ,i ' r.-f',g'H wi- K, "4 Q. ' -I, 1 IVF , f .Q-gsgQ4,lfI V HL 1 og, ' T, IE ir? , www 7.-1 , . , ky -ws ' 1. ' , V, ,MN if M V 3 . W, W - ,I 5 HH., 3, ,. , Y J ,nz .W , I WT , tmr, A ,qi , :iff V . 5 , ' , m " llfwx mtv- . , f1FQ+W1Q,z,M',yi'p,Q..- A ,,, l . . A . ,g Frosli-Soph Win League Foothills, 1"l'USll'SOlDll tctnn clicl Cx- Ccptionttlly Well this scnson, lllklllg first plucc in thc lcttgnc for it tri- chztmpionsliip. Among the top runners were Rick Himcs, Gordon Tlirnpp, und Perry Vcrmilyczt. According to Couch Wliitttkcr, thc froslt-sophs have shown at lot oli prom- isc. ll' this scgtson is tiny inclitttttion ol' thc future, Foothill can look liorwgtrcl to some Varsity winncrs. W , gh, .... ,...- ..-'X-'-"""' gfzf ,. 3"g4'a4,e f y. I Q 9 4 , Vs . -if 4, ,SWT fi' 1: tw - L." -fl, 5 ,, ., ,, : .5 -1. x"q'f1 Afz, 0.0 ,-2 I 'N H ,, . Q . .V 5 A.. 'Q' tk-4 K 7 -'44 Q5 gig 'M ' ' ". 0 C N g A 3 5 'L ' 2 '.f lx .hw 5 . Q, .5 ' . - ., I x xl, -, f - 5 V Y 2 Murph to Mr. I Hansen goes high for rebound Murphy lays it in as team watches Tuvell puts one up avian. 114 30' 3 0 f T.. Q S.. rsity Basketballers: back row l-rc jeff Welshans, Larry Buster, Bill Nielson, john Capazolli, Dennis Murphy, Tom Steffy, Robby Soeei told Scott, Rob Tuvell, Tom Strobel, Stan Hansen. Front rowg managers: Clay Rossman,jim Gittelson, and Randyjaekson. Cagers third Make C.I.F. Despite a mid-season slump, 'oothill's premier eagers finished ie season with a quite respect- ble 15-10 record. Comprising ie nueleous of the Knights, ttaek were center and leading :orer f16.60jjeffWelshansg for- 'ards Stan Hansen, and Tom teffyg and guards Rob Tuvell, 'enniss Murphy, and Rob Soeei. . surprise representative in CIF 5rd in leaguej, FHS went on to irprise 5th ranked Bellflower 2-59 before losing a heart breaker J San Bernardino 66-65. Hansen ad Tuvell also scored well. FOOTHILL OPPONENT SCORE 62 Mission Viejo 53 72 Villa Park 56 59 San Clemente 52 73 El Modena 75 77 Tustin 70 75 Orange 84 67 Katella 84 45 Villa Park 72 63 San Clemente 69 81 El Modena 56 63 Tustin 49 86 Orange 69 59 Mission Viejo 44 57 Katella 60 62 Bellflower 59 65 San Berdoo 66 ll5 32. ' iii Hanson battles for rebound. Q55 Welshans looks it in. +. , i 1 41 V Q?" Tom Steffy flying do WII court. fc w L..,...W.. ,N- ,N passe 2 Hanson up hlgh over panther. Q I M 'f X, ' 'nn 1, Q, 5 - TJ ,WK junior Varsity: Row 1: Manager S. Paliska, L. Quakenbush, R. Pinkerton, J. Perkal,j. Mengos, R. Wodiske, J. Capozzoli, M. Fredricks. Row 2: Manager B. Waxman, K. Murphy, B. Weingart, L. Schildmeyer, A. Opfell, B. Day, K. Harding, J. Klinglehoffer, Coach Southern. JM 'S Share Crestview Title After getting off to a very slow start in pre-season play, the team rebounded to a 12-2 league record and co-champions in the Creastview League. Fine coaching, a good team effort, along with a strong backing from the student body were all keys to the teams success. 'Juniors Kevin Murphy and John Cappi- zolli lead the young team, along with sopho- mores Rob Pinkerton, Luther Shildmeyer and Bill Weingart. jeff Capozzoli streaks downcourt, BOOM! Lou Schildmeyer intimidates opponent. if K 'hip Kevin Murphy skys for jump ball. kj .V -if . 1 Frosh-Soph: Row 1: J. Wanless, T. Ramstead, D. Bower, M. Acuna, K. Coombs, D. Amog Row 2: S. Sharp,J. Shultz, S. Abru Coach Mike Wertman, S. Huson, K. Murphy, G. Adams, D. Tolefson, not shown - R. Holderman MGR. zzo, K. Pipe Fresh-sopn oagerg M - EXD6f1f31'1C6 LUHQ 56215011 A , . 4 M.'. This year,s Frosh-Soph basketball team experienced a long if , T . Ve N . Q , hard season. In pre-season play they managed to win 2 games and bCgan league pl-HY with a, 2-5 record. The team then ran ii ee'e iid eess into troubles as it lost the next l3 games. The high point of the NME 1... season came when the mini-knights knocked off Katella in the iisli D MN Vi ii at gm by 10 PM eei . i The offensive attack was lead by team captain and leading ,fig ""'i'7,f.-1 ' scorerjohn Schultz while Jeff Wanless anchored the defense. LN ' ':':' ii ','. 2 7' A Amo waits for score opportunity. Ml1fPhYVSt21llS fOr time. N' il' 2 "-A 1 Wertman at work Keith Pipes and Tom Ramstead guard El Moden . . I .. I s j f . ... ..-- K 1- a offence. eshman: Row 1: R. Watson, P. Shillwell, LI. Hoyt, D. Bender, S. Egge, E. Weber, R. Boxberger, J. Gossett,j.jamers, R. Steelg Row 3: G. rnnett, C. Morris, M. Rogers, Coach C. Poston, T. Lu, E. Schlesinger, L. Wayne, M. Tracy, S. French. att Rogers, john Hoyt, Keith Frohardt 'ucker Power" by Mark Acuna. , line up for freeshot. john Hoyt - up for the shot. fi GJ Cagers Give 1002 Frosh cagers this year battled to an ll-9 season record, with a 7-7 league record tying them in third place. Leading scorers for the frosh.were Eric Weber, who led all scorers for the season, and Steve Egge. Leading rebounders were Weber, Keith Frohardt, and john Hoyt. Other rnain contributors were Greg Bennett, Rod Boxberger, Rob Steel and Larry Wayne. Eric Weber out-jumps opponent. " Wrestling Fred Mayrhofer is declared the winner after another exhaustive match. , i?z4z'fkv-finial!!! mv., fxfmfw ':'f'2ff:,f5h kkf4m4e::3mghfJfWw2bR' :h Meyers, one of Foothill's finest, tests distorted opponent. distraught after tie against Tustin. i ns l i ilii stfig a Cliff jarmie is congratulated by teammates after clutch victory. I ,, 1-I , , ,,L,,.V. . - mm wie , Q va. Varsity - Row 1: Cliff jarmie, Jeff Evans, Rod Youngman, Dave Maizland, Clint Scott, Wayne Garner, jim Daveyg Row 2: joe Trenti, Fred Mayrhofer, Al Korn, Doug McCauley, joe Taylor, Russ Ason. fNot shown: Mark Gay, Taylor tightens webb around opponent. Coaches Wiseman and Marzilli aid Foothill wrestler during crucial match. VARSITY LEAGUE RECORD Opponent F.H.S. - Opp. Villa Park 34 - 15 San Clemente 33 - ll El Modena 2l - 37 Tustin '26 - 28 Orange 39 - 15 Mission Viejo 23 - 26 Katella 58 - 3 Varsity Grabs 3rd In League '4Fred Mayrhofer is probably or ofthe top seven wrestlers in Californi in his weight classf' according to or of the 1971-72 wrestling coaches, M Marzilli. Fred, along with other kc wrestlers, spearheaded the attack, whic vaulted the varsity wrestling squad to 9-4 overall record, including four leagi triumphs, and a 3rd place finish in tl Crestview League. Wrestlers having superb league se sons were: Fred Mayrhofer Q7-OJ, Cli Jarmie Q3-l-lj, Rich Meyers Q4-lj, Rc Youngman Q6-lj, Wayne Garner t5-l and most improved wrestlers, Al Moi Q6-0-lj, and Andy Katnik Q3-lj. Fred pins another helpless victim. 9 sh-Soph - Row 1: Randy jones, Steve Turner, Randy McKinnon, Steve Sparling, Scott Xander, Steve Riggs, Steve Katnikg Row 2: Howard Weinthal, Paul Seitzinger, Dave Gerich, lry Hoover, Sean Cleary, Tom Bremer, Mark Gray. VS Rack Up 11 l ,ig Victoriezs 'Foothillis 1971-72junior varsity wres- tg team experienced an outstanding son, even topping the varsity mark, i assing l 1 viCt0riffS, while Suffering Mark Gay chats with El Modena wrestler y 3 defeats. Senior Mike Cleary Q8-0-21, M Il heavywcishf Owen Vanskikc i9'2'1lv Junior Varsity - Row 1: Miles Gilmore, Tom Haige, Bill Cook, Kevin O'Toole, Tim Carter, fg bgcn Cifgd as the tgamlg most out- Mike Knobbexg Row 2: Owen Vanskike, Mike Cleary, Andy Katniklc, Doug Stricklin, llarris - Sherman, jim Wheelan. Utearned varsity letter.j riding performers. Raul Seitzinger Q3-ll, led the froshfsoph .ad to a respectable season, managing 'ctory and a tie out of its only three ches. ,N gil ' fr 'Y ' f .' 'I ,Q ,Q--2? g R P t i i y l ' 4 125 'Wm em A :iff Y ' gud, ,P I-Ie's off and running. Hit dat ball! Rounding first and headed for second. Whefe'd it go? 126 fosh-Sophs Lt Hard to Win The 1972 Frosh-Soph baseball team was fbably one of the best in years and enjoyed 2 of the winningest seasons ever. l'he team was anchored by strong pitching m Rod Boxberger and a good double play nbination of Tom LoBue and Kelly Combs. E offensive punch was lead by first baseman rt VanCamp and outfielders Rob Steele and Je Stolier. The Knights most impressive game I Top rowl to r: B. Green, G. Hueter, T. LoBue, K. VanCamp, R. Boxberger, Q a 12-2 romp Over Villa Park. D. Stoler, G. Morris, Coach Kritzer. Bottom row: M. Willis, B. Floyd, C. Anderson, K. Coombs, D. Phillips, D. Bowen, R. Steele, T. Ramstead, M. Rodman. nel. up to bat. Here's the pitch. . ,,, , ,W ,. ...wugva .Q A gg Fiw 4.-,,.iL5fff Q 35 y 127 VE JM Baseball Corriess Alive Foothill's junior Varsity baseba team may very well be first in tl? league this year. At press time th record is 3-l, with everyone hittin well, and great depth at every positior The team has a very well-rounde infield, with a score-keeper to matcl She's Karen Zeigler, and really keel: the team on its feet. Among the top J.V. players ar catcher joe Ducey, centerficldcr Ale Robbie, second baseman Joh Hohener, and rightfielder Rob Steele With much improvement from las year, this season's record may be th best yet, and Varsity can look forwar . to some great players next year. Top Row, I-r: J. Ducey, K. Murphy, Huson, S. Gortz, Adams, Coach Bauer. Middle Row: Mgr. B. Dietz, A. Robbiehj. Schultz, II. Scott, R. Steele, B. Tutton, R. Oberly, batgirl Karen Ziegler. Bottom Row: J. Cueto, D. Danskins, D. Heath, S. Rowen, Hackett, T. Bradley, KI. Hohener. . 5' 81 35 -mt '12, 5 ' 1 Siva- A lf-'xy I gl my if S V Q. Q diffi- sp. .. I' - we ' - - ,, .... - . '?" ' 6 . . A A 'iQ1,,-itinslki' .v. ca.. . - ' A ..,w.....,f' . Aggie Q i L' V . ' - .- g 5 S . ' . . L. 1' , 'ft' t -- Y '- . ' Q- , - . 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Touch 'em 'N Foothill scores, as catcher leaps high c. 1-, , - w 'lc 129 9292+ ff-N34 ff-"""'U ww , W 'Q Mug clit!!! p Varsity Baseloal Full Cf Surprise "Foothill is stronger than anyor thought we would be," comments Coach Sedoo about the 1972 varsii baseball team. Excellent pitching coming from Russ Little, Mil- Champion, and Ken McCade. In add tion, our Knights display a good ou field and a competent infield. Ther are three exceptional hitters on tl team: Rob Tuvell, John Bridston, ar John Van Dordrecht. There are foi seniors and five juniors starting . . because of this, the season ahead 3 '73 looks good. As for this year, Coac Sedoo feels, "If we continue as vw are now, we'll be right in the thic of things. The team's overall desii and attitude are very good and wi pay off." Varsity Baseball top row 1-r-Coach Sedoo, M. Champion, B. Geyer, R. Little, P. Cooper, b Malmgren K McCabe Middle Row: M. Falbo, R. Reta, J. Bridston, G. Van Camp, R. luvell J Van Dordrecht Bottom Row: S. Shaw, T. Davey, M. Dierkeshl. Evans,j. Nahigan, F "QQ in F, as ffm t vw -, ' ... .rf f so S-gfv"",.. if Q Ivawgsae ' 'H at . 'S' A Q W , ,Q K K 915+ 41" ,far .Q -L ' fl Q' ittle bears down on opponent. 3 Y . .,,. ii' wr .aw J. o rey. ,., A. ,. , ' 4. .win .f'i7i fa T. MW? , , ..,1, lg. E., ii '.i. if L' ,e'. 7- if i . , . 5,5 A , ,LL V 3 1- e s ' s 57 5 ' f: . ,f ., .R ,, M. .gh '-"else Q, ,, N ' 1-- :f f N - A . h so e. " ,4 , ., V i , ,, a s HH 1 M, . so 55,5 ' : gf H: . M . . j " frm' f' 'e q S Nx"""':'-fix-fwesl: .. 'f' ' N' "fl, ,ji '--V 'X A lm .rr .. .. I ' Lil 5" me " A t We s 1+ r ' in .. 53 :E A xp A , " 'Y' fi e"' r x ""' f w3'a',,. it "x- ' ,, .WN .N Ng, s me , . x.fdisf..,,3,,SQr,, x - - 3. . '32 ,, . , Q, . ,U -' . use :Wa-N . . ' L -L . ' Y P flu ' w .. f ' 1 K' ' ' ' , ' l55, Qy .. "' Iw:s-15 . ff' m 3.: k - 1 1" ' .JA. :,w'4:e-:Ned -3- ' i ,.. k - bo starts double play. ch Sedoo and Geyer in deep concentration. 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Van Dordrech holds runners close. .M we Mu-W 193 -can A, v, Atgfs, , ,,,N.,, , 'P 8 5, , ,L Q ...,,,i. ,1:sgfs,,:g:sggmfk1.ssg,VX ffzQgg.gff1.ggLszggaavf- " QR-wvmaeisiig' if ggwijii 1' ,' S' Lk S, iw ms., K 'W -.,w,,-,..,,.,., M W M. .,.,,.r T1X7?Nf?f?ffi?xQ Q , -Q54 "bfi i ,V .ovwxmf .. a"" A ' L' 'YVJS fb? Dfw - VY :evil Q1-'-f Varsity Tennis: Row 1: B. Berkhausen, T. Zurn, G. Morton, B. Weinberg. Row 2: . . h J. Harrison, S. Smit , C. Harrison, D. Lind. 5 wifi 1 Varsity Tennis The 1972 tennis team have started c the season with a winning streak, wi sight victories out of the nine match played, as of press time. As of press tin the most important matches have not y been played. Tustin which was last yeai champion's are expected tobe one of th year's toughest competitors. Katella Hig should be the most improved team ov last year, causing the Katella Knights to l another of this year's strong opponent The team's coach, Mr. Zeich believes tl yearls team to be the one with the be opportunity in our league to win tl championship and advance into C.I. They have already won all but one - their matches, losing only to Loara l23li l5Wi. During the Spring recess the tea won the first ever Crestview League Cla Tournament sponsored by Mission Viej The eight varsity team players are listc as follows in order of their rankings c the ladder. 1. John Harrison 2. Tom Zui 3. Bob Weinberg. 4. Glenn Morton 5. Da' Lind 6. Chuck Harrison 7. Rusty Mill 8. Brian Berkhausen. Brian Berkhausen strains for a return. Q X . . F ' K 'av mvw'fwf,.Q Y. V , , . I f A it 1 . .f -la tx. - N 4'l""w..9 2 91 K "XX, W M: the ,b f X- All :gi cm ,hm ,,.. , L: al, ,, I 4 ff 5 IVV . wg ,YW t to rf , T "um mv- 'st Kuta ' 5, t gf WT Ni . , ..,, . I f. M ,,,,,ff'C -, , '-4 ,N ,1.. V ii .. . 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'wage pi ,4,4Af .fx JM Tennis Team Meets Its Match As of press time the J.V. tennis team had started off this year's season with a 6 to 3 victory over their opposing rival teams. This year,s JV team consists of many important play- ers who will go on to next year's varsity team. The following names constitute this year,s ,I.V. team in order of their rankings on the ladder which is made up of the boys on the Junior Varsity and secondjunior Var- sity teams: Skip Smith, Greg Grace, Norm Mclnnis, Mark Thorpe, Bob Tripp, Larry Body, Andy Opfell, Mike Murphy, Alan Zall, Mark Smith, Bob McAulay, Steve Turbow, Bill Cook, Mike Schendel, Marc Bennett, jim McCormick. ,, junior Varsity Tennis: Row 1: A. Opfell, L. Body, A. Zall, G. Grace, B. Trip, R. Miller, ll Thropeg Row 2: M. Bennett, M. Murphy, J. McCormick, M. Smith, S. Turbow, M. Schende B. Cook, B. McAulay, r J . T' Coach Zeich Andy Opfell serves it up 1-5 134 --...-hh. sf . . l l A i-..x 1 all 1 1 , , , , 1 . . rf V Q fx R1 rv " 1' , . I 7 r v 5 x 5 f w 1 .I M- . ' v-. lark Thrope returns serve. 'asm' .atmpfb K I --.4.....,, 5 na, 3 , we .,, A x,:,X? rx X' Y xt ' u NAT, A,X,f'fe 5, X 'K xx ' , rzir brilliant return by Knight racketeer. shows perfect form. Knight reaches high to meet ball. x .I 135 Golf is-rw s' H s ' I Keeping his head down, Scott Helton attempts tricky putt M bmw . .,,. W. 5 ., ,... -.-..-4.l.,..rQ5f,gm4,b,MWLL,A:km.r,y 'fQjf.i L if ' . my WNW-n, Jordan number four man, follows Putting out After reaching green Chris zeros ln on long putt I t 14 ---M Q fb 5: , ie. f Q- in In top form, number three man, Dan Rabun addresses ball. f - Q 1 . L .. we 5 L L L A, w e f tn 1 qw ' hu ge I' L , Q-LL L L L e?M4-"fx ' A e"e- i LL sez L1 L X- Y ' 'A 1-i'fQiifiL2f'i ' "" 7 -L 1 K L L -- .L ,LL--k K L.Lk - 'W' L'LLe -e-.- p 'L , L LLLLL. A ' -.n . ww--"' 1' Q.S.-avSMaEg,a15f"L.f,.wz fswwb- .. ' w,f" "' LL ' 'ffiiek W l -e .k,.--fm .L Lggg L :L -sg ' g ,Q Q -mf ,. Him f wx-in ' 4... fyffffqilgn-h:,:5Q,-vw L. 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'i .. fi: .pci :'f"',,+,f-7 rW?1H.7""Jr'fi'tiav.u'S 2 Q . - , I ... 'JV' . i 1 u . i it LY 1 , 5 , "' ' . 'ww Q I 5 I ., v X' 1- ,rn . Sl i 1 Y Varsity ffrom leftj: Rick Miller, Glenn Toth, Chris Jordan, Coach McWilliams, Dan Rabun, Scott Helton, Charlie Bell, Dave Williams. fnot shown: Mo Weir, john Cullen.j . Golfers Par For The Course "lt looks good, but we still have to play Mission and they're tough .... very tough." That is how 1972 Golf coach, Mr. McWilliams evaluated the varsity team's chances of winning the Crestview league title this year. At the time, the Knights had piled up a perfect record through its' first five league matches, in the process defeating defending champion San Clemente and embarassing Orange by 48 whopping strokes. Leading the varsity squad to its' early league lead were, Dave Williams, Rick Miller, Dan Rabun, Chris Jordan, and junior, Scott Helton. Dave Williams, a C.I.F. standout, was the most outstanding member of the team, in the early going, keeping his average score at even par, 72. Rick Miller and Dan Rabun had the top individual marks, check- ing in at 2 under par 70, and 1 under 71, respectively. The Junior Varsity squad also had a flawless record at press time, 7-O. Mo Weir and Mark Reidlinger shined for the JV team, averaging about 80 each. . , ,f ' W 1-HGH SCU-QQOL .W 1-'lf' Q' Q G ' 5 Q ' 'W Emi ' ii . V V E .Q3fi"'a-.hs 'earl Q1 it - ., at A 'N f rttta My . -, ,,,. , W Q may - ' I B U"x,.f. .F g 7 v K ii K Ex 3 X , ', vw ' , V A ,, , 2 N M Y W ,af 5 . I f ,., A l ,. ' Q K i 31-4 .Qi H kr I I V. , .. . J.. K junior Varsity ffrom leftj: Paul Bradley, Paul McGaffigan, Gerald Perkel, Gundy Haigh, Jim Anderson, Steve Sharpe, Mark Reidlinger. ',,,.--..,N...l- 'nw-' 'Alf 1" - Swimming ' fqgawm K . F , V L N w w ws.. .11 ,Q L .figm :fr i L is , . .. N 'K 4 N Q, - -. . -war M X.-.5 1 -Are? I ..-- srl.: 535 Varsity: B. Bonebrake, B. Bunge, M. Cohen, B. Furniss, M. Hastings, Ma. Hastings, L. johnson, J. Palchikoff, D. Quayle, P. Secor, B. Smitk E. Smith. P. Spurzem. D. Sodaro, R. Strachan, K. Wills. Winning Season Swimmers Net A C.l.F. champions in l971, our aquatic Knights are favored to swim away with it again this year. The sparkplugs of the team are two All-Americans from last year, junior Rod Strachan and captain Bill Smith. Smith is our number one sprinter. Dave Sodaro, Pete Spurzem, Bruce Furniss, and Larry Johnson also boost the teams' record. Our brother duo of Mike and Mark Hastings are among the top divers in C.l.F. The Varsity winning streak is now 25-0, and Coach DeLong predicts it will continue to skyrocket next year. Swim Coach Tom DeLong keeps track of scores. K ' 'iff 'S Bruce flies to the finish for a great stop-watch time. Pete Spurzem illustrates the constant presence of concentration. KM A Smith fBillyj limbers up for the start J Foothill Swimmer - Rod Strachen. achen and johnson take off. .vw-all 'W Y X- A 4 , 5 ia, K ,X X Di. X ,Xt , x fix 1' 'Wi' r x x 'loaf M it X as R 5. if if . ff?Wert I AWB' B s - C's5 Row 1: J. Harmen, M. Daniels, J. Secor, R. gosselir, T. Semor, R. churney. Row 2: D. Gerich, A. De Boer, M. Secor, W. Oswald S Tenaka, R. Crawford, Row 3: M. Block, J. Proctor. Bees Work Hard For Achievements Foothill's Bee swim team is, at press time, in third place in the league, with a 7-5 dual meet record. There were few Bee players, and this necessitated bringing some Varsity swimmers don occasionally in order to have enough men. Coach DeLong has, this year, concentrated on the Varsity team, using Bees as a medium to gain experience where it is needed, to attain a stronger Varsity team. If the Cees return next year, the Bees should have a strong team. i4fjY-MPT. sf R if fi , ii ' . 1 4 5, ' , B' w so 4 Q , t 1 ..,, .J H 1- "i"' + ..Lr px K ggi r - -ruby...-.. ,, .vvypv F - ' . A sls'iif' f . -- . ' ' 1. f t,.'r it B J ii .--. , R' vvss We ress ...Ma ..- Q 'e eeea as B rrss "" ---f "' A Ml"9""'rfi1::, - .1 .,b- , W ii A A MZ--fm ......, vp lg. sk 5- m-f,..N,4-.s.. -,ji 1f-- -"- - . .iigneammrit 5 A ' , sai 2- Iam- f ,, M owl, ,L. t , 9 i K' 7 A f' qw" wi kj. W N , -". -x" Q , QM v ' .R , -YN ,, g ' 'si-Q . sys: t t -fm" 1' Lone swimmer performs freestyle form. i 4 N1 niels and Churney start off relay. john Secor awaits beginning of race. Coos Earn Title Of "Champions" "The Cees will be league champions," promised Coach DeLong. Our Cee's, full of excellent swimmers, have such strong sophomores and freshman as Kenny Wills, Bill Bunge, john Secor, Warren Oswald, Rob Churney, Steve Tanaka, Mark Secor, Marcel Daniels and Tom Seymour. These young men, in the words of Coach DeLong, are "Foothill's aquatic stars of tomorrow." He feels they show fantastic potential, and that some will play Varsity next year. Already he is "eagerly looking forward to the seasons aheadf' Varsity Track: Top Row: R. Jackson, B. Todd, J. Posthill, S. Riley,j. Heath B. McGuire M. Palchek M. Gra M. McCra L. Schieldme er . S urzem , , V, Y, V ,J P , F. Mayrhofer, R. Pinkerton, M. Ferrar. Middle Row: L. Gerich, B. Yedor, M. Bell, C. Hughes, A. Katnik, R. Blethen, D. Fristoe, L. Quackenbush C. Ginsburg. Bottom Row: B. Courtney, B. Cohen, G. Bradley, A. Dorni P. Vermillia, S. Lingle,j. Klinglehoffer, M. Freres. Harriers Look To Great Season Foothill's Varsity track team not only has fair record this year, but can look forward to great season in 1973. The record, at press time stood at three wins and three losses, including th heart-breaking El Modena meet, which Foothil reportedly had won, but because of a correctioi in scoring, the Knights lost, 67W - GSW. The tean is now two points behind first place. Top distance men are Larry Geich and Bruc Todd, both juniors. Our best sprinter is Gleni Bradley, and best hurdler, Rob Pinkerton. Othe assets to the team are Bob Courtney, Jeff Heath Jim McKinnon, Bob McGuire, Mike Gray, Loi Scheildmeyer, and Al Korn, who broke the schoo record in the pole vault. Only six of the top men are seniors, so F' Whitaker looks forward to a very successful next year. Gerich leads the field in his mile. EJ 5. W I-nil sa-mvmizw 3,34,.,f BILL fm., l , e 2 Pinkerton shows excellent form. Q A4-4 McKennon lets it fly. A S is 0 we ,, i we R, -M iii , .... VW., , Bradley sprints home first. S ' . X ' is gt K Q . 2 Q.. 1 AGN' . L - i .,., ,,,..,, , V . W ,rr,,, - ,wma 1 . ,,...., V ' , X . :N JM Track Qffers Experience j. V. Track: Top Row: J. Farr, J. Owen, C. Hackett, G. Silvers, R. Wolenwaber, M. Bejach. Middle Row: K. Wiley, L. Zechter, E. Mazarro, D. Starky,j. French, M. Fredricks. Bottom Row: R. jeffs, A. Hassellbeck, D. Camanski, R. Watson, R. Haggie, B. Armon. f N ,, 'Y . , . , - ' ' 1 , 1 cc RR.. if ,. A . 3 .g c ' " .N t 5 KV. e -- .le" I --. -e ..:l "'t l'-' - if H .' .:' " ' .e-. ee .:,. L' l R g .": lll " . ' .lr Z ' f .: ... 5 ' 2' R lf' Track's junior varsity team gives all the guys at Foothill a chance to enter competition. Although there is no for J.V.,s, they participate in and were undefeated in non- competition this year. Several boys participating in J.V. track league meets league of the show a lot of potential and move to Varsity. Mike Bejach is such a guy on the hurdles. Hassleback, a freshman, and Hackett are also promising, the former in sprints, and the latter in sprints and hurdles. Coach Whitaker feels the junior varsity team is impor- tant, and offers a lot of opportunities. Frosn-Sopns Rip Competition 4, sg ,fd ,.....l rosh-Soph Track: Top Row: G. Thrupe, K. Hobbs, P. Weinger, G. Roberts, Rn Himes, D outherland, P. Wilner, C. Marvick, D. Bueche, P. Spillsbury. Middle Row: J. Kimick, K. Frohardt l. Eiker, J. Tuvell, M. Gray, K. Pipes, D. Beno, B. Lachmar, B. Wheeler, R. Tolcffsonl ottom Row: J. Carson, Z. Anderson, S. Craig, B. Craig, G. Goings, R. Alderman, B. Trip. ' "The whole team is great,', says Coach Whitaker of Frosh-Soph track, undefeated so far in meet competition. Top sprinters are Don Beno and Jerry Carson, top hurdler is Bill Tripp, and the distance team is spearheaded by Rick Himes, Mike Ferar, and Gordon Thrupp. In the highjumptleff Kimmick broke the school record, Bill Wheeler is a great pole vaulter, and the two Johns, Tuvell and Klinglehofer, are great in long and triple jumps. Matt Bell, a freshman, is breaking all kinds of records. "It's a young group and very prom- ising," claims the coach. W A Busy Year -A G.A.A. this year was involved in a total of twelve sports. In addition to the traditional girls participated in archery, badminton, swimming, tennis, and track. For the first time, G.A.A. included gymnastics. There was also modern dance, which presented a concert, and synchronized swimming, producing the now famous Aquacade. Nearly all sports-days were a I success, and the introduction of junior varsity teams gives assurance of another good record I1CXt year. Sandy Deharak-Modern Dance, Sherry Beatty-Track: Row 2: Dawn Frady-Swimming, Lori Nelson 1 Syncro-swimming, Debbie Preston-Volleyball, Robin Wilson-Archery, Mary Mims-Tennis, Tei Duquette-Badminton, Robin Harding-Basketball, Judy McGuinn-Officiating. Managers: Row 1: Heidi Klotzsche-Gymnastics, Helen Gavin-Hockey, Susan Bering-Softba ,a-33 A V .r C , ff . ... ' ' ,Q G N ...eff - .' T' . , .. . . ., A, P.E. Advisors: Top to Bottom: Miss Yetter, Miss Kelly, Mrs. Osborne, Miss Powell, Mrs. Glasgow, Miss Woodward. Officers: Row 1: Debbie Perkins, LuAnn Huddleston, Mara Weber: Row 2 Laura Martin, Paula Gavin, Cathy Bird. Freshmen: Row 1: J. Kinosian, ' G. Evans, C. Chytraus, K. I Gordon, H. Hollander, C. Christiansong Row 2: A. Thrupp, B. Schuh, R. Averbach, M. Hodges, P. Anderson, Row 3: C. Christ, L. Boyer, L. Paul, C. Ryder, J. Lamb, T. Lom- bardo, L. Ueland, V. Carter: Row 4: L. Martin, P. Hufman, C. Paige, K. Ross, S. Getten, D. Chapin, A. Trickett, L. Pick- ford, A. Opfell, L. Buhler, S. Primeau, K. Sibakg Row 5: D. Bnun, V. Booth, B. Stenglein, S. Moses, D. Evans, S. Anderson, T. Duensing, Y. Fiege-Kollman S. Shumaker. 1 sports of basketball, field l hockey, volleyball and softball, l 1: C. J. Hicks, D. Jacobs, R. Holderman M. Reynolds, J. Mathews, K. Sneden, D. Wilson Bradley, T. Christian, D. Pyeatt, S. Butler, M. Keeler, K. Foster, D. Degraffenreidg Row 3: E. Plows lCramblet, H. Holzwarth, J. Moses, S. Mayrhofer, S. Feign, K. Clapper, B. Russell, K. Eriksen, NYamaguchi, B. Brose. - '. f W E vw lx? . - K F Q . 1 K N, K , 'J' Dunker, K. Casey, L. Robins, D. Capozzolig Row 2: S. Gerrard, R. Jones, D. Newland, C. Bracyi They'll never return this one. ' r .X in , W... .. . -, f 2. V 12 ' 1 i f-2 if izfii ,V .. .. N . . . , ,k.,..,.3:s.E,--.--Fr. , l C -7' X P as X 8 H K 5 :is Q Q yi. 'W 3 x x. V1 N sf I 4 iii? 5 l 45 X i 1-is in EE Q , lim Q 5 X3 2 Q " 4 Q 'V R J . . 1 gz f jg., V J I - J X I J, J ' Girls, let's get organized! J -4... - . -- -. 1 ' ug,--' . - , - . A. 1.. if ' 1.8. nv' ,ofa ae. Q N M , .af 5--I ' Q. Y Q. X sq Z' K .J ,N R . A ... . M . 3 Q. nf E A ig? ... .5 ii Fi 5 P Row 1: R. Reasoner, T. Ryder B. Votawg Row 2: L. Lagano J, Pearsol, S. Liebmang Row 3 Row 4: A. Averbach, L. Holtha I gotcha! We 1- E? if M 1 ,P 17 A W...-i-.1 as If ,.. ,M i5,, x ,,, L N r " ,f'x-- 5 qi- ,. L x., L L J .L . L , 54 'zffG'T,ff-- .'b,,, 5 f L k N k k A: LL? 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Dave Weaver Mara Weber M . i J rlll llrl l le rrrr ' M qrb elre 1 f Q5 Marsha Werner Mike Werner Chandler West Dave Williams 'tif' Lesley Wilson N Michael Wood F" Linnea West Julie Whitacre Laurie White ""N-a. David Williams Garry Williams Barbara Willner Robin Wilson Larry Wiora Bill Wodiske Tim Woods Brian Woolford Kim Wright aron Wurzer David Wylie in Yann Paul Yuenger Doug Carter Chard Zechter Chuck Zeigler Robert Mancini xmas Zurn Sheila Zwirn wk N "HS JL, u ' 5 i: ,lx Y Q . u 3 Q 3' 1' .yu N wr N x r' ig R A :- ..,-we A ' . If " " gf if is 'Q xx as 'iw-A We S 3 ,-,Q 'Q --Q" Y ng X' . 1' ,, i in 1 ,ff-ws? -4' 3.31 44' , kgff-5 jf fwfr if uk 7 if ali. Q 16. ml' il .3 W ? V--Q-r 99" Ron Eilath, Foothill's Y.F.U. student from Uruguay u u if .. Q5 6 Q 'r , 5 .Q W 'Q I ' ,N sk ifulff -' :-: - A Qu iuu 2 e ,, - foE?f:ff wsfgi i. Al rj M eg if -----... M3 ,,,,,, New-wv-4 eiilaax ew 11--my-.wg M23 5 'M ,l511 02.3553 Semor Polls W Fw 0 e A 0- X -f - X , 69 fe' X-fj if liviammri .- Uzwv QAQAQQ X scoff rw Us ' "' I Rfwfsi L ' 'A lin G1 N e Q., Most Uninhibited: Mike Werner, Judy Bourget 'R gf- 'M ,M ls W Most Athletic: Fred Mayrhofer, LuAnne Huddleston e eee Funniest: Dennis Murp'hy, Glenn Toth. Sue Gumm Most Likely to Succeed: Mike Sfregola, Kevis Bean l 208 555, 'li vi i' 'N l iv ,F K F-It J .E , ' Tv! xx E 6 G V Q i 2.3- .,,' '- . .,,,.t.,.,.,,,,,..,,,.,,f , 1 fl 1 .Af A ,, ,' '41 ' 5 cz, 3 W eeee 4 AQ' 'LN V , . V , 2 --...g 5 -v 'f ,L E2 F1 Kf' xx """"""" we swf xxx 'Uni- Teacher's Pest: Mike Th0mpSOI1, Most Alluring Eyes: Debbie Cushman, Tom Steffy Judy Neal . Www, KSWW 4 '-""" J X W A' ,.,,,, ,Qff::5 I I Class Flirt: jeff Rawitch, Karen Bates Senior Sweethearts: Kim Thomas, Rob Tuvell .gsi..-- my X X1 X S , '-- W .Q -....,-.v...Z,,. ., V 'If ws 3, lb ' ' ,wht ww Q . ,,,, ' ,' ' - fi I," if .- , - 3 1 ydffsfi ,Q , Best FigurefPhysique: Bill SMith, Karen Schultz -- Most School Spirit: Dave Kanno, Sandy Seely 'lu an-'AR' A pl 3 . . fs"f"5fQ 0 Jr gy :tix iw Q 3 -'L 'ls V1-W7. 365 Reise, ,Nag YA, as Mxgxx Senior Loudmouth: Jim Glttelson Lynn Brewer Most Intelligent: Dan Rabun, Elke Meir Sexiest Smile: Debbie Preston, Charlle Bell Most Sarcastic: Kai Palchlkoff Andi Klein 0- L ,-,gl H444 fi, wfiee Q eta ,fi ,JG N l'f1'F' N58 ,Kar -m. J., 'D jks4p,'gx 'fi ,, - nm pkg! Ns.. 0 15. in sf 47g " .'-xr .- , wtf: -4 ' 4'Aq ksd':4" g l 1?-N, -f , ' QT,.,'1'- 3 Y' 2 Qjfw ,Hi 'w 5,1 ,lisfhg ' +f'x - 4 V ,J 4: I .ff 'P S' .. , 15. Ru- 2 .. v affixc ., ,, ,f , ' gif.. 'ax' X xr . 4- ,A 1-wx A QQ' we K 'J' . 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The English department, our perpetual morning coffee addicts, plagued the lives of the students with unbelievable compositions, reading assignments, and term papers. But we made it through, and managed to learn something about self-expression in the process. Our attitudes may not have improved much, but at least our form of expressing them has. Logic is the byword of the math department - so say some students, is homework especially on the weekends. Still, we have to be grateful to our math teachers when we realize that cosines and tangents do have a use in our physics homework, that ratios are vital in making a scale model, and that those terrible algebraic story problems do come in handy at the store. There was never a dull moment in the science depart- ment this year. Whether it was the fish burning up in the over-heated aquarium in biology, or the man from the gas. company shattering a rubber balloon in chemistry, something was always happening. And don't forget the physics experiment in which we had to keep our hands in an ice bath for five minutes. As one of the students sarcastically put it, "That was really cool." The social science department stressed the application of the past to the present, using history to help show us why the world is as it is today. It also became apparent that conditions such as war, poverty, pollution and power struggles have existed for a long time, and that we can't change overnight. Many students would like to though, as shown by the declarations of independence written in some of the classes. These brief descriptions of only four of our depart- ments show some of the variety offered at Foothill. The language, fine arts, and physical education depart- ments, and business and technical education also added to this year's experiences. The faculty has done a good job this year of giving us a lot of work, but a lot of satisfaction too. 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NIHHTIGHEHFICS F 5' L e xi ff , . at - I WK 'L Aabo, Annabell- 1 62 AFS Abruzzo, Ellen- 162 501265 DOYOUEY: 49,31 62 Adams, Kathy- 153, 162 GAA Treasurer GAA Pep Club Adams, Susan- 157, 162 Pep Club GAA Adler, Pam- 162 GAA Pep Club Young Life Club Alagna, Gus- 1 62 Albright, Ernie- 162 Baseball Speech Club Broadway Review Allison, Rick- 162 Alston,Jane- 157, 162 GAA Homeroom Rep. Girl's League Alston, Tom- 1 62 Anderson, Jim- 163 Key Club JV Tennis Surfing Club Anderson, Mike- 163 Cee Basketball Bee Basketball Anderson, Philip- 163 Anderson, Ginger- 13 Yearbook Staff Ski Club GAA Anfuso, Richard- 162 School Plays Arnold, Terry- 13, 24, 25, Songleader Yearbook Editor CSF Arrington, Clyde- 163 Ason, Russell- 124, 163 Varsity Wrestling Michelin Impossible Spirit and Stack Concert Axelrod, Linda- 163 Ski Club CSF GAA 162, 291 Bak, Turry- 163 CFPOW Club Pep Club Baker, Mark- 163, 21 1 Bari, Barbara- 163 Up the Down Staircase Thespians GAA Barton, Greg- 40 Senior Recognition Day Broadway Review '70 Bates, Karen- 54, 163, 209 German Club Pres. ICC GAA Battles, Laurie- 163 Pep Club ' Synchro Bean, Kevis- 15-17, 58, 154, 164, 208, 212 Knight Life Editor Beatty, Sherry- 150, 153, 157, 164 GAA Forensics Medical Explorers Beesemyer, Jay- 1 64 Behrens, Karen- 164 Belinn, Kathy- 164 Bell, Charlie- 164, 210 Varsity Golf CSF Lunch Monitor Benton, Mark- 164 Beresford, Wayne- Bcrkhausen, Brian- 54, 13 JV Tennis Key Club ICC Beucke, Chris- 123, 164 Biener, Gail- 164 Embroidering in Econ. Winning point in volleyball Lunch in senior grove Birse, Gordon- 164 Soccer 0. UB. Pres. LaCrosse Bjornson, Bruce- 58, 164 Varsity Tennis Key Club Cee Football Blanton, Tom- 164 Sailing Swimming Water Polo 2, 164 Blethen, Richard- 110-112, 144, 164 Water Polo Cee Swimming CSF Blyzka, Tom- 164 Bode, Brad- 40, 164 Folk Club Bike Club Madrigals Boggess, Julie- 13, 52, 165 Yearbook Staff Christmas Formal Queen Terry's best friend Bollinger, Ken- Boobar, Robin- 58, 153, 157,165, GAA Honor Roll MGM's Bourget, Judy- 165, 208 Hardy-Marzilli's Geom. Mrs. Black's Spanish Plays Christmas Formal '71 Bowe, Rochelle- 37, 40, 165 Art Editor, Gallimaufry Solo at Broadway Review Drill Team, 3 yrs. Bradley, Glenn- 144, 145, 165 Varsity Football Varsity Track Honor Roll Brandt, David- 14, 213, 165 Knight Life CSF NMSQT, Letter of Commendation Brennan, Susan- 165 Brewer, Lynn- 58, 153, 165, 210 Christian Club GAA O. UB. Jes. Brown, Brian- 166 Varsity Tennis CSF Principal's Honor Roll Brown, Gordon- 54, 58, 166, 212 Cal State Fullerton Science Day CSF Field Trip Chess Tournaments Brown, Rita- 78, 166 Home Ec. Club Student Council Forensics Club Brown, Sandra- 1 66 Brown, Vivian- 58, 166 213, 27C fant, Stephie- 16-18, 20, 24, 58, 166, 213 . Academic Decathalon, 1st and 2nd ional Merit Semi-Finalist Commissioner rns, Christie- 166 sh, Richard- 166 ster, Larry- 115, 166 Eer, Tim- 54, 58, 72, 73, rlwell, Gary- 166 vert, Cathy- inon, julie- 166 a lot of boyfriends t alot of boyfriends ived ltrell, Rex- 167 dical Explorers hor R011 L Club mrara, Laura- 167 radway Review Etball Games rus Christmas Concert -ollo, Bill- 167 :ketball 'f Club .ck 'penter, Bev- 43, 167 .A ung Life 'tball Manager 'se, Karen- 43, 167 ,A btball 'ter, Doug- 75, 167 Lasketball Tennis ixcipal's Honor Roll kselman, Linda- 48, 167 ll Team l's League mis Team res, Robert- 167 UB. V.P. mess, Steve- 167, 291 :chini, Mike- 167 'fing :mtball Val to FHS V icon, Laura- 167 ,A nmer Field Science Club r Club 166, 213 Chandler, Karen- 167 Biology Club Honor Roll C.B. Club Christoff, Bob- 54, 76, 167 Football CFPOW Club Pres. JV Tennis Chunick, Toni- 48, 50, 168 GAA Pep Club GAA Chytraus, Becky- 19, 167 Pep Club GAA Clark, Sandi- 43 "Ten Nites in a Barroom" "The Physicist" "Flowers for Algernon" Cleary, Laurel- 1 88 Cleary, Mike- 125, 188 Wrestling CSF Ski Club Cleary, Tamara- 1 88 Cohen, Matt- 14, 58, 188 Varsity Water Polo Varsity Swimming CSF Cook, Kathy- 188 Volleyball in P.E. 4 Period Day Marzilli's Geom. Class Cooper, Greg- 188 C Football CSF Honor Roll Cooper, Leslie- 188 Cooper, Monica- 188 ' Cooper, Pete- 131, 188 Key Club CSF Baseball Corbin, Terry- 169 Corrigan, Patti- 159, 169 French Club Coxon, Pat- 169 Pep Club Cross Country Coyl, Catherine- 40, 47, 169 Madrigals Folk Club Modern Dance Craib, Randy- 169 Sailing Club Pep Club Crawford, Candy- 37, 169, 207 Cray, Linda- 169 Crom, Melinda- 43, 169 Ski Club Broadway Review ' Cross, janet- 22, 23, 169 Crouch, Richard- 169 Cruikshank, Richard- 1 69 Varsity Swimming CSF Chess Club Cruikshank, Beth- 169 Cruze, Sheryl- 58, 170, 207 Cushman, Debbie- 30, 33, 1 C.B. Club Honor Roll GAA Dale, joan- 79, 1 70 Art Club GAA Spanish Club Darley, Reginald- 170 Varsity Speech Team Electronics Club Biology Club Davenport, Phila- 41, 1 70 Folk Club Pep Club Art Club Day, Mark- 170 Dean, Janet- 1 70 Delaney, Tom- 170 Descamps, Paul- 170 Arts and Crafts Wood Shop Science Club Desjardins, jeanine- 41 , 1 70 Detroye, Susanna- 84, 170 Detry, Bernard- 1 70 Dietrick, Jeri- 42, 1 71 Dietz, Terri- 1 7 1 GAA Pep Club Art Club Dietzsch, Laura- 70, 20 Ditter, Sue- 1 7 1 CSF Drama Club Latin Club Dizney, Denise- 58, 1 7 1 Doherty, jim- 1 7 1 Ducey, Cynthia- 1 7 1 Harlequins Homecoming Committee- '71 Stage crew- Up the Down Staircase Duesler, Drake- 1 7 1 Key Club Surfing Club C.B. Club Eaton, Cynthia- 1 7 1 Edgar, David- 1 71 Baseball Manager Football Manager Home Room Rep. Ediss, Gregory- 171 Eilts, Gary- 1 7 1 Football Cpt. 4th per. P.E. lst place Tire Roll- '69 FAKHFAJ Einboden, Errol- 171 Eldridge, Susan- 172, 206 Sailing Club Pep Club CFPOW Elliot, Denise- 172 Ellis, Deedee- 172 Emerson, Keith- 58, 172 Frosh Class V.P. CSF Mrs. Black's Spanish Plays Ervin, Lisa- 40, 172, 213 Erwin, Kim- 172 Erwin, Lorri- Estes, Shelley- 172 Everton, Mark- 172 Varsity Baseball Ewald, Susan- 42, 172 CSF Mrs. Black's Spanish Plays FTA Faccou, Denise- 1 72 Falbo, Mike- 94-96, 131, 172 Varsity Football Varsity Baseball Feign, Larry- Fesler, Virginia- 172 Art Fiege-Kollmann, Laila- 172 Fielding, Darlene- 172 Survived Fischer, Larry- V.P. of Radio Club A.V. Official Fletcher, Larry- 1 70 Ford, Stephen- 170 Tennis Foreman, Robin- 13, 42, 171 Spanish Club ' Yearbook Staff Miss Congeniality-Miss Tustin Cont Foster, Cathy- 1 7 1 Pep Club Fox, Margaret- 173 Frady, Dawn- 150, 153, 173 GAA Frederking, L.- 21 1 Frederking, Mike- 110, 1 1 1, 1 13, 1 Cross Country Track Fristoe, Norman- 173 B Basketball ' Frost, Barbara- 173, 210, 211 C.B. Club Fug and Fub F.P.F.U.C.S.B. Frost, Yasmin- 173 French Club MGM's Furman, Dale- 174 Gall, Robert- 30, 78, 79, 174 Varsity Track CSF Key Club Geisendorfer, Henry- 58, 174, 213 MGM's CSF Geyer, Bill- 131, 174 Varsity Water Polo Varsity Baseball Bill and the Four Bubbles Gibson, Claudia- 13, 174 Yearbook Editor CSF Principal's Honor Roll Gill, Karen- 58, 174 CSF Home Ec. Club GAA est 44, 173 Gilmore, Miles- 1 74 Wrestling Track Gilsdcgf,fCathy- 174 W Y GAA Ginsburgh, Charles- 144, 174 Varsity Wrestling Varsity Football Varsity Track Gittleson,jim- 58, 72, 174, 210 Varsity Debate Team Mgr. Basketball German Club Goldthorp, julie- 1 74 Goldthorpe, joan- 43, 174, 21 1 Broadway Review Spring and Christmas Concerts Modern Dance Concert Gordon, Douglas- 175 Gordon, Sharel- 175 Graham, Malcolm- 175, 206 Green, Mark- 1 75 Green, Robert- 175 Greinke, Frank- 175 Grobman, Dianne- 89, 175 CSF GAA Student Council Gronemeyer, jeff- 1 75 Chess Club Biology Club Gudmundsen, Scott- 1 75 Guillan, Janis- 1 75 Gulko, Victoria- 1 75 Gullon, Glenda- 175 Gumm, Sue- 84, 176, 208 Homeroom Rep. CSF GAA Haag, Lucy- 176 Biology Club Christian Club Homeroom Rep. Halderman, jeff- 176 Math Club Biology Club Key Club Halderman, Robert- 176 Haley, Kristi- 13, 24, 25, 42, 47, 50, 51, 1 7 6, 2 1 1 , 29 1 Songleader Yearbook Staff Girl's League Hall, Ann- 12, 13, 16, 17,48, 49, 50, 52, 176 Haman, Fred- 58, 176 Hamner, Dzidra- 176 Hansen, Mary- 24, 25, 176, 291 Songleader Drill Team CSF Hanson, Bill- 176 Hardgrove, Steve- 176 Hardin, Dave- 159, 176 Harrington, Brooks- 177 Harris, Francine- 22, 23, 177, 210, 211 Varsity Cheerleader JV Cheerleader Harrison,John- 40, 54, 58, 132, 133, 135, 158, 177, 212 Hart, Frances- 12, 177 AFS to Afghanistan AFS Club Pres. French Club Hartmann, Martha- 177, 2 French Club Christian Club Hartwell, Robin- 1 77 Harvey, Gary- 177 MGM's Bee Football Cee Football Harville, Cheryl- 177, 213 Drill Team MGM's CSF Hastings, Mike- 16, 17, 30, 52, 139, 141, 177 ASB Treasurer Varsity Swimming and Diving Academic Decathalon Haugen, Peggy- 16, 17,53,58, 177, 210, 211 ASB Secretary Hauser, Steve- 177 Haynes, Peggy- 177 , GAA Homeroom Rep. ayton, Thomas- nack unch etention Heath,Jeff- 53, 178 Varsity Track Heinle, Kim- 178 Varsity Football Henderson, Mike- 1 78 Pres. and V.P. of Chess Club Biology Club Henderson, Pam- 79, 158, 178 Pep Club GAA Henrietta, Peggy- 41, 178 C.B. Club Pep Club Higgins, Jay- 178 Hild, Tom- 178 Hill, David- 178 Hill, Randy- 178 Hill, Yolanda- 178 Hines, Pat- 85, 178 GAA Hitt, Nita- 178 Hoag, Wyatt- 1 79 Hoesterey, Karla- 78, 179 Home Ec. Club GAA Pep Club Holderman, Lois- 22, 23, 30 2 1 5 Varsity Cheerleader Christian Club GAA Holl, Kathy- 179 Hood, Susan- 60, 179 Horton, Doug- 179 Hows, Ronald- 179 Key Club Spanish Club Medical Explorers 31, 32, 179, Huddleston, Luann- 42, 52, 54, 150, 153, 158, 179, 208 Hueter, Noble- 1 79 Hunt, April- 179 Hurd, Martin- 179 CFPOW Club Band Huson, Stacey- 153, 157, 179 GAA Varsity Tennis Mgr. German Club Hutchison, Cathy- 43, 180 Illo, Sally- 180 Inman, Marla- 180 Volleyball French Club Folk Club Jack, Diane- 40, 180, 312 Madrigal Piano accompanist Concert Choir Bank of America Music Award Jackes, Malcolm- 84 Jackson, Kevin- 180 x Jackson, Michelle- 40, 153, 180 Jackson, Randy- 144, 180 German Club Varsity Basketball Mgr. Jacobs, Amy- 180 Jacobs, Rick- 94, 95, 180 Varsity Football Key Club V.P. Pep Club Jamie, Cliff- 123, 124, 181 Varsity Wrestling Jeffs, Randy- 110, 181 Cross Country Track Spanish Club Jewell, Janine- 181 Johnson, Donald- 181 Johnson, Mark- 213 Johnson, Robert- 43, 181 Johnsrud, Jeff- 181 Varsity Football Key Club Sec. CSF Johnston,Jeri- 58, 181 CSF Home Ec. Club Pep Club Jones, David- 181 Jones, Suzanne- 181 Biology Club Pep Club AFS Club Jones, Wendy- 37, 40, 47, 181 Drill Team Capt. Madrigals Jordan, Christopher- 181 Just, Bob- 181 Kallel, Allen- 1 81 Kamanski, Cindy- 43, 153, 181 GAA Drill Team Biology Club Kanalakan, Kathy- 41, 181 Kanno, Dave-12 15-17, 26, 58, 182, 208, 209 Public Relations Commissioner Sophomore Class President Athletics Karl, Marcia- 58, 182 Home Ee. Club Principal's Honor Roll Spanish Club Katnik, jane- 1 82 Keeler, Mark- 182 Tennis Chess Club Madrigals Keene, james- 182 Kelley, Gary- 158, 182 Football at Westminster HS Biology Club Folk Club Kemeny, John- 182 CSF Killebrew, Ann- 1 82 King, Elise- 182 GAA Drill Team Chorus Kinosian, Bruce- 182, 213 Kittay, David- 180 Wrestling Baseball Girl Watching Klein, Andrea- 182 Klein, Barry- 183 Pres. of Electronics Club Klotzsche, Heidi- 30, 33, 150, 153, 158, 183 GAA Ski Club Homecoming Princess Knowles, jon- 1 83 Latin Club CF POW Club Pep Club Knox, Debbie- 183 Synchro Drill Team Home Ec. Club Kreps, Penelope- 183 Kruppe, Kreta- 183 CWID Club GP Society Mt. Brigade Lake, Eric- 27, 183 Lander, Lisa- 183 STEP Club Medical Explorers Biology Club Langhauser, Kathy- 183 MGM's O. UB. Prsts. Yearbook Staff Lauderdale, Thomas- 183 Leeds, Gary- 183 Varsity Chariot driver Leinberger, Diann- 42, 58, 183 Christmas Formal '70 Homecoming '70 Mrs. Black's Spanish Plays Lemieux, Richard- 184 Levine, Arthur- 72, 158, 184 Student Court justice Forensics Team CSF Levy, Janis- 75, 84, 184 Licata, Vincent- 58, 158, 184, 212 Chemistry Student of the Year Senior Class Council MGM's Liljenquist, jan- 43, 184 Broadway Review Christmas Concert Spring Concert Lind, Leslie- 184 Broadway Review Girl's Service Pep Club Lippett, Carol- 184 Litchfield, Richard- Little, Roslyn- 184 GAA Little, Russ- 13, 16, 17, 130, 184 ASB Athletic Comm. Varsity Baseball Yearbook Staff LoBue, Elisa- 153, 158, 184, 212 CSF Skiing Art Lombardo, Frank- 184 Varsity Football MGM's Loren, Phedre- 188 Losleben, Pam- Louscher, Sheila- 185 Art Club Ski Club Lu,Joyce- 37, 58, 153, Drill Team MGM's GAA Lucas, Leslie- 185 Lucio, Carolyn- 185 Lueck, Boris- 185 MacLean, Valerie- 185 CROP A Pep Club Honor Roll Malcolmson, Gary- 185 CSF Mancini, Robert- 185 Medical Explorers Spanish Club Key Club Marshall, Debra- 41, 42, Martin, Dawn- Martin, Debbie- Martin, Lynda- 185 158, 185 185 Creative Writing Club Sec. Home Economics Club Sec. Radio Club 2 Martin, Michelle- 185 Spanish Club AFS Pub. Chairman CSF Mason, Pamela- 43, 58, 1 Drill Team Modern Dance Homeroom Rep. Mathews, Rod- 58, 186 Track CSF Oceanography Club Matichak, jill- 54, 58, 72 Matics, Diane- 186 Matkin, j ohn- 1 2 Matkin, Roger- 186 Class A Speedway Racing Filming Movies Surfing Club Maxon, Linda- 75, 186 85 , 73, 186 Maynard, Phil- 16, 17,,31, 186 Publicity Commissioner Key Club Pep Club Mayrhofer, Fred- 95, 97, 122, 124, 144, 145, 208 Varsity Football Varsity Wrestling junior Class Council McCabe, Ken- 186 Varsity Basketball Varsity Baseball CSF McCabe, Shelley- 43, 186 Chorus Wrestling Matches McClure, Nancy- 13, 186 Pep Club Yearbook Staff GAA McCormack, Howard- 186 Snow Skiing Swimming McCoy, Steve- 42, 43, 186 McCray, Mike- 95, 144, 187 McGaffigan, Karen- 151, 187 Pep Club GAA CSF McGuinn,judy- 42, 150, 158, 187 GAA Concert Choir GAA McHale, Tim- 187 McHatton, Diane- 187 Mclnnis, Norm- 187 CSF Tennis Team TA of the Year McIntyre, Ross- 61, 187 Tennis C Football Key Club McKennett, Marianne- 187, 212 MGM's Synchro Mrs. Black's Spanish Plays McKennon,jim- 99, 187 Football-Knight of the Year Football-All league lst team Donkey Basketball McLean, Kathi- 94, 97, 145, 187 McMullen, Lisa- 187 McNulty, Anne- 188 GAA Gymnastics Meier, Elke- 54, 58, 159, 188, 210, 212 Ski Club President French Club VP ICC Melanson, Wayne- 188 Menaker, Susan- 188 Mengos, Carol- 188 Merillat, Susan- 19, 43, 188 Merriman, Wayne- 188 Messina, Tom- 110, 112, 113, 188 Meyers, Katherine- 188 Miesel,jan- 54, 84, 188 Honor Roll Calif. State Scholarship Semi-Finalist Might, Cindy- 43, 1ss Milbrath, Dave- 188 F AKHFAJ S.S.Q. Miller,janice- 188 Miller, Judy- 188 Miller, Rick- 188 Varsity Golf Miller, William- 188 Swimming Team Varsity Club Milliron, Megan- 189 Mills, Pam- 189 GAA Volle-yball GAA Basketball Art Club Millsaps, John- 58, 189, 290 Mims, Mary- 150, 157, 189 Varsity Tennis Team GAA Board Mitchel, Teresa- 58, 189 Mitchell, Linda- 153, 189 C.B. Club Mrs. Black's Spanish Plays Moe, Karen- 54, 58, 189 CSF AFS President Spanish Club Moffatt, Deborah- 43, 189 Morehead, Richard- 190 Morgan, Roberta- 24, 25, 188, 291 Songleader CSF Drill Team Morris, Lisa- 190 Pep Club CFPOW Club Morton, Brent- 190 Mueller, Mark- Munt, Dean- 190 Practical Construction C Football Honor Roll Murphy, Dennis- 12, 114, 115, 117, 190, 208 Varsity Basketball Murrill, Mary Beth- 190 Oceanography Club Art Club Sec., Treas. Knight Life Myers, Janet- 190 Neal,Judy- 190, 208, 209 Home Room Rep. Pep Club Ski Club Nelson, Lori- 154, 190, 212 Swim Team FHS Bullock's Campus Rep. CSF Newall, Sarah- 190 Newbrander, Kathy- 158, 191 Drill Team Synchro Folk Club Newland, jeff- 16, 17, 54, 72, 213 ICC President Ney, Margo- 191 Nielson, Bill- 115, 191 Varsity Basketball Varsity Club Spanish Noe, Cathy- 191 Home Ec. Club Spanish Club Honor Roll Nunez, Raul- 191 Dodge Challenger RT Oberlin, Karen- Oland, Dianne- 191 FTA Pub. Chairman Pep Club MGM's ' 73, 159, 212, Olesen, Dayle- 58, 191 CSF MGM's GAA Badminton Openshaw, Steve- 191 Oroza, Mike- 191 Osborn, Bitsy- 30, 33, 191 GAA Homecoming Princess GAA Award Osborne, Dennis- 72', 191 Osen, Frank- 191, 206, 213 Academic Decathalon Key Club President Boy of the Month Owen, Jeffrey- 58, 192 CSF ' Palchak, Robert- 192 Varsity Football Band Chess Club Palchikoff, Kai- 40, 45, 140, 190, 210 Varsity Water Polo Varsity Swimming Bill and the Four Bubbles Palmer, Jana- 1 3, 192 Panos, Cassandra- 192 FTA Secretary Home Ee. Treasurer Spanish Club Parker, Bruce- 12, 84,192 Yearbook Staff Connie Having the best friend you can Parker, Laura- Parker, Steve- 192 lst Lunch Lecture Hall Adv. Drafting The Click Parkinson, Keith- 192 ' Patterson, Jarjie- Pauck, Corey- 192 Paxman,Jill- 159, 192, 213 Peck, Kathleen- 43, 192, 207 Pedersen, Carolyn- 158, 192 Mixed Chorus Frosh Chorus Worked in Library Pehu-Lehtonen, Inkeri- Penner, Joanne- 1 93 have Perlof, Francine- 42, 193 Drill Team CSF Concert Choir Pfeifer, Patricia- 193 Phillips, Mitch- 193 Geschupo, RsF r. Biology Club Chess Club Pickford, Mike- 38, 39, 193 Band Christian Club Pipal, Susan- 193 CSF GAA Bike Club J Pippin, Norm- 193, 210, 211 Auto Club President Key Club Two Suspensions Plumbo, Pat- 43, 193 Broadway Review Honor Roll Spring Concert Poirer, Kathy- 151, 153, 193 Pope,Judy- 40, 158, 193 Madrigals Folk Club Pep Club Pranuaski, Ted- 193 Preston, Debbie- 22, 23, 153, 193, 210, 212 JV and Varsity Cheerleader DAR Award GAA Preusker, Vicki- 194 Price, Janelle- 20, 40, 46, 47, 157, 194, 211, 212 Mascot Tennis Team Madrigals Primeau, Frank- Varsity Football Symphonic Band Querfurth, Jonathan- 194 Rabun, Dan- 58, 194, 210, 212 Academic Decathalon Golf Football Ramirez, Jann- 194 CSF MGM's Mrs. Black's Spanish Plays Randall, Patty- 194 - Rasband, Reg- 194 C Football Honor Roll Tennis Rauen, Mark- Rausch, Mike- 194, 212, 290 Chess Club V.P. of PLUS Rawitch, Jeff- 40, 194, 209 Ray, Gary- 194 Reinglass, Michelle- 6, 194 GAA Ski Club Spanish Club Reynolds, Craig- 194 Rialson, Craig- 195 Ricey, Lance- 195 Riley, Dennis- 195 SGIOC SP Robbins, George- 195 Roberts, Gary- 195 Varsity Football Varsity Wrestling Robertson, Deborah- 60, 195 Thespians Drama School Plays Rock, Catherine- Rodewald, Rick- 58, 195, 213 C.B. Club Surfing Contest C.D.A. Rohrs, Sally- 1 95 Rooke, Alan- 195 CSF Thespian Rose, Kathy- 195 Creative Writing Folk Club Christian Club Roseland, Paula- 58, 195 Rosenberg, Ellen- 195 Ross,Jackie- 54, 72, 73, 196 JV Cheerleader Miss Tustin Ross, Susan- 196 Rossier, Dan- 196, 290 Plastic Covering Hand Ball Rowen, Eric- 196 MGM's CSF Boranian Campaign Sachar, Louis- 196 MGM's CSF Varsity Club Sample, Marilyn- 54, 58, 59, 196 Marching Band Concert Band Creative Writing Samways, Brad- 40, 196 Sandoval, Sandra- 196 Schade, john- Schiffelbein, Paul- Schildts, Phil- Horticulture Schmid, Marilyn- 196 Schmidt, Diane- 196 Symphonic Band Creative Writing CSF Schuh, Richard- 196 Schultz, Karen- 53, 196, 208, 209 A Schwartz, Doug- 16, 17, 31, 52, 54, 196 Schwartz, Nina- 196, 212 Scoot, Susan- 84, 196 Secor, Perry- 58, 196 Varsity Water Polo Varsity Swimming CSF Seely, Sandy- 7, 22, 23, 197, 208, 209 JV and Varsity Cheerleader Christian Club Thespians Seljan, jenny- 1 97 Sfregola, Mike- 16, 17, 28, 30, 52, 58, 197, 208 A.S.B. President A.S.B. V.P. Sophomore Council Shanfield, Stewart- 197 C.B. Club Surfing Club CDA Sharp, Connie- 61, 197 Sharpley, Gaile- 197 Shaw, Kevin- 12, 13, 197 Bee Water Polo Bee Swimming Yearbook Photo Editor Shear, Ken- 158, 198 Sherman, Randy- 58, 198 Siebert, Gail- 198 Siegfried, Michele- 198 Spanish Club President GAA Sinclair, Donna- Slaght, Mary Beth- 198 Spanish Club President Pep Club CSF Smith, Deborah- 198 Pep Club Smith, Kaye- 198 Ars Smith, Sheila- 198 Smith, Skipper-132, 1 98 Smith, Bill- 30, 42, 141, 198, 208 Varsity Club President Varsity Water Polo Captain Varsity Swimming Captain Smith, Gary- Smolich, Chris- 198 Smyth, Cindy- 153, 198 GAA Sneed, Linda- 199 Socci, Robbi- 48, 51, 114-1 Varsity Basketball Girl's League Mr. Irresistable Sodare, Dave- 199 Varsity Water Polo Varsity Swimming Sommerville, Dave- Sparling, Becky- 43, 199 CROP Nursing Program GAA Folk Club Speed, Keith- 199 Spriggs, Robert- 42, 199 Spurzem, john- 53, 95, 97,1 Varsity Club Varsity Football Mrs. Black's Spanish Plays Stagner, Dale- 199 17, 199, 210, 211 44, 145, 199, 213 Stanley, Keith- 199 Stedman, Kathi- 199 Steffy, Tom- 19, 114-116, 199, 209 Varsity Basketball Bee Football j.V. Basketball Stenglein, Lindsay- 199 Stephenson, Casey- 200 Stewart, Mike- 200, 290 Stilley, Roberta- 200 Mrs. Black's Spanish Plays Pep Club Ski Club ' Strobel, Tom- 115, 200 Varsity Basketball Sullivan, Mary- 200 Honor Roll GAA French Club Sweetser, Tom- 200 CFPOW Club Sailing Club Associate Member Rep. State Cent. Comm Tanner, Francis- 41, 200 GAA Girl's Glee Tardif, Phil- 200 Varsity Football Key Club Taylor,Joe- 122, 124, 200, 206 FTA V.P. Varsity Wrestling CSF Thacker, Todd- Thackrey, Carol- 200 Thaete, john- 200 Frosh-Soph Baseball Thomas, john- Thomas, Kimberly- 37, 43, 201, 209 Drill Team Co-Captain CSF Pep Club Thomas, Lynne- 6, 201, 213 Pep Club Home Ec. Club National Merit Commended Scholar Thompson, Mike- 201, 208, 209, 268 German Club g Student Council Thornton, Mark- 201 Titmarsh, Spencer- 201 Key Club Spanish Club Tomassini, Viky- 40, 201 AF S Club Spanish Club Learning English Tomlinson, Gary- 201 Toth, Glenn- 85, 201, Varsity Golf Key Club Announcement Team Trousdale, Bill- 201 Crusin' to good friends Snack Music at 5 a.m. Trueblood, John- 201 Tucker, Steve- Turnbull, Susan- 201 CSF Modern Education GAA Tutton, jane- 202 Pep Club Ski Club GAA Tuvell, Rob- 43, 96, 1 Twight, Lisa- 43, 202 Ueland, Nancy- 202 Pep Club Speech Club Debate 208 14-116, 131, 202, 209 Usatenko, Christy- 58, 156, 202, 212 FTA President Synchro MGM's Vallee, Butch- 202 Honor Roll Chariot Construction Equipment repairman Van Camp, Gary- 1 3, 210, 21 1 Senior Class President junior Class President Baseball 16, 17, 26, 30, 158, 200, Vande Verde, Barbara- 202 Pep Club CS F Homeroom Rep Van Dordrecht, john- C.B. Club Surfing Club CDA 130, 131, 202 Van Schoten, Diane- 54, 202, 213 STEP President Bicycle Club Biology Club Vaughn, Dusty- 43, 202 Vega, Rudy- 202 Varsity Track Cross-Country Woodshop Vermilyea, Kris- 203 Vosatka, Bill- 203 Musical groups Working Wadell, Brian- 38, 39, 20 Drum Major Key Club Director of Pep Band Walker, Gaines- 203 B Football Electronics Club Stage Crew Ward, Cheri- 43, 153, 203 GAA Pep Club Young Life Waspi, jill- 203 Weaver, Dave- 203 Weber, Mara- 150, 153, 155, 203 Weil, Shelley- 29, 203 CSF Homeroom Rep. Pep Club Wells, Martha- 203 Werner, Marsha- 203 Werner, Mike- 203, 208 Surfing Contest C.B. Club West, Chandler- 204 West, Linnea- 204 Whitacre, julie- 204 Chorus White, Laurie- 22, 23, 30, 33, 153, 204 Varsity Cheerleader GAA Pep Club Williams, Dave- 204 Varsity Golf Williams, Garry- 204 Wilner, Barbara- 204 Wilson, Lesley- 154, 204 Wilson, Robin- 54, 150, 204 Biology Club csr GAA Wiora, Laurence- 204 Wodiske, Bill- 204 Wood, Mike- 204 Varsity Football Pep Club CSF Woods, Tim- 204 Woolford, Brian- 84, 204 Wright, Kim- 204 Wurzer, Sharon- 158, 205 Wylie, David- 89, 159, 205 Yann, Ron- 205, 270 Band Sailing Club CFPOW Club Yedor, Robert- Yuenger, Paul- 205, 212 Zechter, Rick- 205, 213 Modern Education Club Band Forensics Team Zeigler, Chuck- 54, 205 Medical Explorers Key Club Ski Club Zum, Tom- 52, 58, 132, 133 205 212 Varsity Tennis Tennis, Knight of the Year Zwirn, Sheila- 50, 52, 158, 205 Senior Council CSF Spanish Club ln Memory of Paula Webber Q 3 i 5 . E Q 5 K if. . 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