Foothill High School - Shield Yearbook (Tustin, CA)
- Class of 1973
Page 1 of 308
Pages 6 - 7
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Cfhe following are excerpts from Yearbook Class-
room Reports respectfully submitted by the Editor
to the Advisonj
Good morning H.M.K. God loves you.
The three Southern gossips are laughing at Lesley.
Miss Paul is unduly persecuted. We weep for her.
Kruiser Koppenal is Kruising . . . why not?
Athletics' is goo gooing at Jay.
Discussion about smoking habits between H.M.K. and
the Belles. They shouldn't complain - it keeps up a
market for their daddies' tobacco crops.
Green tree pins are very popular this fall.
Miss Lindauer is sultry today.
H.M.K. is painfully teaching students how to play
Monster Armond is a critic.
Terry is bustling about like large grey squirrel.
H.M.K. is ill. The kingdom mourns . . .
8:06 a.m. - jay Palchikoff has just broken free, and
is trotting about the school somewhere. National
Guard has been called out to find him.
H.M.K. talking to Terence, giving last minute
instructions . . .
Athletics Ed.: ,lay Palchikoff Photography
Ed.: Terry Nolan. Activities Ed.: Charlotte
Smith. Academics Ed.: Sue White.
Activities Section: Denise Lindsay, Charlotte
Smith, Suzi Horwitz, Debbie Leung, Avilee
Bean. Not shown W Donna Chunick.
Ed.-In-Chief: Lesley Paul.
Academics Section: Fred Krepps, Sue White,
Lisa Lush, Mitzi Bradley.
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Watson, Debbie Garside,
Martha Barry, ,lay Palchi-
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Photographers: Mark Ar-
Rick Himes, Jim Jentges,
Doug Kensrue, Scot Len-
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Quayle, Craig Riemer, Bill
Advertising: Darryl Kop-
penal, Bonnie Lindauer,
Yearbook Advisor: Mr.
ur: Sports Section
lr: Features Section
ul: Editorial Section
ll: Editor in ChiefA
cr: News Section
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Editor in Chief: Alice Short.
News Editor: Sally Sayres. Staff: Janice McFaddin, David Halterlein,
Janetfensen, Fred Krepps.
Editorial Editor: Debbie Carson. Staff: Lynnie Creenebaum, Tom
McCarthy, fill Sharf
Features Editor: Linda Lovret. Staff: Doug Heath, Kathy Sherman,
' Sports Editor: Alec Robbie. Staff: Jenny Roper, Lew Stowers,
'Q Bruce Todd, Peter Turcinovic, Bob Wienberg.
Many thanks to all those who contributed to the Knight Lifefor
. X theirfine work and dedication throughout the year.
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This year the 1.5.3. Cabinet tried to
lay down as rnany guidelines as possible
for the eubinets lo eome. This was also a
year for ehanges and a time for new ideas
to be enaeted. Many of these new ideas
eame about with a new sehool board in
mind. The Cabinet tried to get involved
with as many ar-tiuities as possible that
would benefit most, if not all of the
student body. Some of the groups that
benefited were the band, both girlsland
boys, P.li., and the entire student body,
through ne llf classes.
I would like to thank you for giving
me the opportunity to work with sur-h
fine people as the 1972-73f1.S.H. Cabinet.
Than k You,
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Coleman Blurnfield introduces his next number.
Chris Howard sings 'gBitter Badv at tenth annual Folk Festival.
Mr. Webb, Activities Coordinator, introduces the next act.
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graduate! entertain with 'gLove the One You're With.,
cl: Foothill's top gymnast, Mike Miller fthird from right!
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ll: Performers draw laughs at Mime Assembly.
lr: Pianist Mr. Blumfield fascinates students with
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cl: Oh boys, the wet head is dead.
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Foothill's Tenth Annual Pep Week and
FAKHFAJ was again a success. The week began
with the sophomores and 6'Election ,72,,, high-
lighted by the crowning of Miss Patriotic. The
freshmen were spooks andgoblins with their theme
of "Spirits of ,76.', The "Hawaiian Touristsu
junior dayfeatured "Don Ho"with "Tiny Bubblesf,
and the week ended with the "Surfin' 60,sH
seniors being entertained by a lunchtime per-
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The 1972 Friday Homecoming activities were the most
encouraging Foothill has seen in a long time. Many new
competitions were added, and old ones were viewed with
fresh enthusiasm and excitement.
For the first time this year, the pool was used as a site
for class competitions. The inner-tube race proved to be a
great deal offun, and the sweatshirt race was perhaps more
frustrating, but equally hilarious.
On the handball courts the hot dog, pickle, bagel, and
sucker salesmen were doing a great business. Impossible as
it may seem, there was an even larger variety offoodstuffs
than last year. One could gorge himseh' on his favorite
treat while taking in the sights.
These had now moved down onto the field, where the
fun continued with the faculty egg-toss, the girls,and boys!
tug-o-wars, and the auctioning off of pies to be thrown at
helpless teachers and administrators. History was made
when the chariot race was held, as two of the vehicles had
The last event was the competition yell, won by the
Juniors, who also earned the most pep points for the week.
All was climaxed by the football game against Mission
Viejo, ending in a tie, and the crowning of Miss Mari
Richards as Homecoming queen. The traditional dance,
this year with a Hawaiian theme, culminated this year,s
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u: Rob Strachan, Mary Donol1,ue:l,isa Spvifvlivr, Dan Vogclzangg
.lay Palchikoff, Queen Mari Rir'harfls: Ryder, Steve
Shaw: Cecilia Reilly, Mark Dicrkes.
ll: 1971 Queen, Lois Holderman, osc-orted by f1SliPresiflmit,
lr: Queen Mari Richards prornenadfrs after hor Coronation.
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Princess Tafjzv Ryder Princess Mary Donohue
For .several years, the Foothill Drill Team has held the
reputation of being an outstanding drill team. The 1972-73
Drill Team was challenged with living up to this reputation,
and they succeeded. Under the direction of Miss Yetter and
Mrs. Glasgow they performed in one basketball and five
football halftime shows. Their hard work was rewarded with
winning a first place in the Tustin Parade, Sweepstakes in the
Camarillo Band Review, and Sweepstakes in the Chaffey Band
Review, in which they earned an outstanding 95.8 points out
of 100. Aside from the hard work each individualput into the
Drill Team this year, they hada lot offun times with pot-luck
dinners and a Christmas party at Balboa Island.
With all they have accomplished, every member of the
Drill Team agrees that none of it could have been possible
without their pride, spirit, and unity.
: Captain Debbie
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Foothill's Marching liand, under the direction of Mr. Waibel,
had another outstanding year. Tlzey brought home trophies in
three out offour parades, two of which were the largest Band
Rl'l'lf'Il'5 in California. The drum nwjor, Darryl Rapp in the
Camarillo lfand Review. 11 long with the drill team, the band
pu! on five different half-time shows. They played at elemen-
tary sz-hools around lhe f-ountv. pep rallys. and various fund
raising ar-tivilies. sueh as the annual pancake breakfast. The
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Six individual bands this year included nearly two hundred students at Foothill. They participated in several competitions, and the Marching Banc
placed second, third, and fourth in parades.
The Bands included Beginning Band, Stage Band, Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Marching Band, and Pep Band. The Concert Band performer
in the Christmas and Spring Concerts, while the Stage Band attended such events as the Broadway Review, Tustin Unified Art Festival, and the Cost:
Mesa Shopping Mall. The Symphonic Band also attended several events, and all bands participated in the Foothill Band Day at McDonalds, May 12
According to George Waibel, the band Director, the department is about seventy percentfreshmen, so that next year the band will have experienci
to help them. Mr. Waibel adds, 6'As long as we can receive support from the A.S.B., we will be able to represent Foothill High at the level of excellence
that all other areas ofthe school have achieved. H
SYMPHONIC BAND: Front Row: J. Purcell, B. Podell, L. Anderson. Second Row:
M. Palchak, C. Darlington, E. Weiner, S. Bauerschmidt, I. Tanaka, B. Johnson, K.
Ross, M. Berger. Third Row: D. Strich, R. Woebken, L. Barley, S. McCalla,
H. Hollander, R. Green, L. Knobbe, J. Chesavage, C. Beatty, M. Schoonmaker,
R. Chesley, H. Paulson, D. Chalmers, M. Tyler, M. Langner. Fourth Row: M.
McDonald, D. Persinger, L. Pickford, K. Hamilton, T. Carmagno, S. Gausewitz,
W. Corrigan, I. Onyett, L. Herrington, T. Ewald, J. Anderson, C. Sawicz, R
Gilbert, D. Palchak, P. Seitzinger, D. Rapp, M. Russell. Fifth Row: S. Pagte
M. Peterson, K. Gilson, M. Palchak, A. Weiss, D. Kent, C. Lewis, .l. Gallan
Sixth Row: C. Cooper, R. Burk, E. Erikson, S. Elliot, B. Edens, J. Hollon, T
Duensing, T. Freres, C. Brown, D. Boggess. Not shown: R. Ostrow.
CONCERT BAND: Front Row: K. Yout, K. Christian, K. Hueter, J. Lewis, L. Ornis, D. Cerich, R. Anderson, I. Morse, M. Eicher, M. Bell, L. Herington,
Rogers, L. Lundquist, S. Carse, B. Schminke. Second Row: D. Rehak, B. J. Castell. Fifth Row: R. Burns, R. White, D. Hiles, K. Morgan, L. Jones,
Cossaboom, L. Baker. Third Row: T. Cramlet, E. Connor, S. Holmberg, S. French, S. Paliska, R. Conlee. Sixth Row: D. Klaus, C. Arnold, M. Engle, C.
D. Nelson, J. LaMain, D. Debush, T. Bebout, M. Morioka, M. Nielson, C. Bush. Beck, R. Hall, C. Proctor, P. Stewart, I. Lewis. Not shown: J. Wadell, M. Tutor,
Fourth Row: J. Barstow, C. Watson, B. Jeffers, E. Halverson, C. Eliason, C. M. Rodman, J. Brennan.
Band Director, Mr. Waibel
STAGE BAND: Front Row: M. Kachuck, B. Stedman. Second Row: D. Brown, M. Tyler, T. Labue, R. Braverman, D. Pitman.
Third Row: J. Koeppen, K. Combs, P. Seitzinger, J. Onyctt. Fourth Row: P. Castell, R. Landes, D. Kent, G. Seitziner, D.
Thurburn, D. Adler, J. Mossler, D. Halderman. Fifth Row: T. Parker, T. Hart, T. Duensing. Not shown: R. Ostrow.
llllllfll IIN ln' R1u':.I. Cross, l,. Carmagno, C. Bartlett I Huber D 5 Peck D lpson Bottom Row 7 IJUQUGIIP L Firestone A Forlwy
Rapp I Ilzrrmm Y Il1l'l1lll.ll. Rf-vd,J.Pvarsol, J. Ortiz, D llautwn D T Uuvn ll Ilart I Num H Vllfldll Not Shown E Smxth I' Boehelm
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Justzs B Ulaml I Surftan, K. sllervngs, T. Waxton. MidzlleRnw S Gerrard 5 Cohan S llrlton ll Krieg l' Otter UFLHIOUIC
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MIXED CHORUS: Top Row: B. Southwood, B. Perlof D. Kassebausm. M. B.
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Albright. R. Culver. D. lylueger. 1. Duquvtte, V. l.'lll'l0. Row -1: lf. Newman.
Garrett, P. Cillerstrom, K. Wyat,.l. Tuvell. Row 2: C. Leinberger, .V. Fujimoto, C. Stein. S. Pederson. S. lf-derson. K. luxsi. Bottom Row: D. Sanzpieri, T.
WL. Carrie, S. Arnold, B. Varian, L. Robinson, D. Wilcox. Row 3: D. Younkin, Martin. D. Kewanwytewa. C. Thompson, S. .f" 1 cker, S. lflliot.
MIXED CHORUS: Top Row: J. Cloutier, R. Holderman, K. Arritt, E. 0,Neill,
W. Cargiulo. Row 2: M. Murray, P. Keller, S. Johnson, L. Fretwell, L. Fay,
S. Ewald. R. Harding. Row 3: S. Kuykendahl, M. Crimes, S. Oden, .B. Le Seuer,
D. McKinney, L. Buhler. Row 4: L. Haverson, L. Kail, L. Cohen, S. Filley,
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D. Capazzoli, A. Auerbach, K. Anderson. Row 5: S. Arnold, D. liuige, P.
Hadley, D. Reilly, L. Lynch, L. Canerwss. Bering. Row 6: I. Sewell, fl.
Page, A. Sweeney, B. Henry. L. Paulen, N. Low.
Clzerzises Present Conrerts,
Under the guidance of llr. Doyle, the five ehoruses fFl'9Slll7lllll
Chorus, Mixed Chorus, .rldvanced Cirl,s Clee, Conf-er! Choir,
and the Madrigalsj have had a very satisfying year. ln December
they put on the Christmas Convert, in llareh, the annual
Broadway Review. and finally they presented the I973 Spring
Concert. lI11'0lUI'I7l0l1l was at an all time high, and 1074 looks
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Fgge, H. Weber. D. Bolle. Row 2: P. Brooks, M. Greylak. C. flnderson. D.
Gales. lf. Gomez. l,. Wayne. B. Bragdon. Hou' 3: K. julian. J. Lawson, K
Henderson, fl. Cudmunsen. K. Sneden, K. Brown. J. Sample. How 11: .l.
Strickland, C. Honey, K. Wilson, H. Sandau. I.. Belinn. P. Kirkpatrick
D. fllareus, K. Kyzer. Bottom Row: S. Freeze. I.. Cillerstrom. V. Smitl
K. Page. C. J. llieks. C. Rusk. .l. Steinmetz, D. Perkins.
ERESlI,1I,1.YC1IORUS: Row I: C. Cameron, D. Oden, D. Loren, F. Sentesy, L. Paige. Bottom Row: H. Dubowo, I,. Black, K.
. Holder, D. Turner, Forrht, K. Haley. Row 2: M. Costello, L. Anderson, L. Plesset, J. Weed. Not Shown: K. Curtis, R. Johnson,
ox, J. Secoy, M. Sprague, M. Faw, M. Boeheim, L. Tucker, P. J. Lightner, S. Paterno, L. Shulman, C. Smith, K. Burns, S. Basnrab.
Qilsdorf Row 3: B. Wray, J. Elder, N. Lovett, B. Wright, .l. Pajares,
Wilcox, P. Kvllvr, C. Bocharim, P. .lar'kxon. Row 2: J. Lambvrt D. Nvwlon
rmon. Row 3: T. Baberky, B. .U0Cosh. ll. ,Ylll7f'y. D. .-luping. D. Coombs
1NCED GIRLS CLEC: Row 1: S. Primreau, QW. Moore, K. Crven, C. Hurns,
Cordon, J. lmxtvr. R. Dunker, R. Harsh, C. Koopman. P. ,PfllT'lf'llU, D:
H. Sheflin, N. Cox. Row 4: H. Bynum,
lf. Koll, P. sllfrCale, ll. Benton
Reynolds, K. Kunzkv, C. Cook. lfotlom Row: P. .'lllIlt'fSOIl. D. Wlweler,
.llcPhersol1. C. Camaralo, C. Connor, K. Harmon, D. llyorl.
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The Broadway Review markedits tenth anniversary
this year, with a superb show. Better rehearsed than
any other, it moved along smoothly, from the opening
number to the finale.
All six choruses and the Stage Band performed,
with the Madrigals' HTevya,s Dream" the finest of all
group numbers. The addition this year of commercials
between acts gave the audience some good laughs.
Soloists this year were Ann Forkey, Ellen Potter,
Suzanne Helton, Sandi Colian, Karen Meengs, Darryl
Rapp, Dale Justus, Mary Hart, Sam Peek, Sherry
Bartlett, and Mr. Doyle. Probably the most profes-
sional number was a Bacharach-David duet performed
by Joan Pearsol and Lisa Caramagno. Lisa Belinn and
Sam Peek also presented a duet.
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cr: The relief of intermission brought to you by Madrigals.
ll: A Grecian Urn?
lr: National would have been proud of our girls.
: Madrigals getting a hair cut?
: Suzanne wonders, "Will He Like Me?,,
: Advanced Cirl's Clee performed "The Munchkin
: From "South Rampart Streetn came the Foothill
lr: A fine deliverance of "Dueling Banjosv by John
Corzine and ,lim Koeppen.
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Sherry Bartlett filled the air with
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Reminiscing were Lisa Belinn and Sam
Peek in "I Remember It Wellf,
Mixed Chorus also went 'Strolling
Through The Park. "
Foothillls music department salutes
America in the finale with "You're A
Grand Old Flag."
Once again the Broadway Review proved
to be a real "Cabare.t. "
"I Do Not Know A Day,,,from Two by
Two, was sung by Mr. Doyle.
"Everyday is Ladies Day" with Dale
In "Hernand0's Hide-away" were the
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GIRL S LEAGUE OFFICERS: Diane Evans, Holly Holub, Ann Page, Dana Stanley, Nancy Brennon, Joni Moses, Duane Vodrey, Debbie Pepal, .lulie Cloutier.
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This year the Girl,s League, involving every girl in the school, had
one of the most successful years ever. Led by Diane Evans, President,
and Holly Holub, Vice President, the Cabinetplanned and executed
a variety of activities, both fun and beneficial. A new office was
added, that of Community Service, to contact charities in need. The
addition of the Board, consisting of reps from each class, also made
a dQ'ference in communication.
The Cirlls League developed a large treasury and used the money
in a number of ways: to pay half the cost ofa curtain for the gym,
to buy an air conditioner for the Student Store, to aid in the cost of
the Knight Life, and to sponsor students in the March of Dimes
Walkathon. It was a year of hard work, one that really paid off
GlRL'S LEAGUE HONORARY BOARD: Judy Elder, Pam Stuart, Julie
Thorpe, Darlene Evans, Suzi Horwitz, Joan Mossman, Beth Woods.
Not shown: Kathy Rusk, Wynn Davenport, Susy Lindsay, Martha Barry.
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ClRL'S LEAGUE REPRESENTATIVES: Becky Schulz, Debbie Carside, Ann Olson, Sally Sayres, Julie Duran, Maureen Day, Chris Funk, Amy Opfell,
Michelle Crimes, Patti McFarland.
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1972-73 marked the most successful year ever for the Foothill Cirlls
League. Through hard work and planning they presented a variety of
activities and services to the student body.
The year began with the traditional Meet ln Eat, and a new type of
assembly - the Tahitian dancers. Next came the 1972 Christmas formal,
"Knights In White Satin." The proceeds from this dance gave the Cirl,s
League the largest treasury of any group in the school.
1n February, carnation sales added color to Valentine's Day, and Bruce
Todd was named HMA lrresistable. 3, The Sadie Hawkins Dance and a spring
fashion show completed the year's activities.
Girl's League used its funds for air conditioning in the Student Store,
and a curtain in the gym for dance and other presentations. For these
efforts and for the great activities they sponsored, the 1972-73 officers
are to be commended.
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'6Knights in White Satinf, the l972 Christmas formal, happened
December 18, at the Saddleback Inn. The band, Anonymous, filled the
room with good vibrations, and a record number of couples danced,
sipped punch, or enjoyed the scene.
The highlight of the evening was the crowning of Queen Deanne
Williams and King ,lose Cueto. They reigned until midnight, when the
Knights and Ladies dispersed.
ur: To sing, hear, and play every-
thing from Bach to rock, visit
Winnas Music Store and Studio,
540 E. lst St., Tustin, 544-5350.
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the Rowdy Club includingfrom
left:f Steve Cortz, Paul Hoes-
terey, ,lim McCormick, Scot
Lengel, and Larry Zechter.
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The black and gold banners around campus, ripped down unmercifully by some
students instilling spirit in others, were the masterpieces of the 1973 Pe Club These
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artists met once a week during fall, to paint such signs as "Co Big Black and Gold,',
"Execute El Mof' and "Terrorize the Tillers." They also held two fund-raising drives,
one in the fall, and one in the spring.
Next year's Pep Club will, for the first time, be separated from the Pep Squad, and
will thus be free to expand its activities. In this way it is hoped more students will
become involved in promoting spirit at F.H.S.
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Pep Club Officers: President,
Lesley Paul. Secretary, Holly
Holzwarth. Treasurer, Kathy
ul: AFS Club Advisor, Mrs. Woodroffe
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AFS Gives Opportunities,
This year the American Field Service made it possible for two
students to come to Foothill, and for Bill Yedor to travel to Sweden.
Lisa Huber, our visitor from near Vienna, Austria has been here
since August. She feels one year in a foreign country is very
rewarding, because besides learning of that eountry, you also learn
about yourself The world seems much smaller to her now that she
has friends in all continents.
laia Laviano comes from Venice, Italy, and feels some of the
greatest experiences she ls had are herfriendships with other exchange
students, and the feelings and ideas they have shared together.
Foothill ,s dl FS Club has helped the program ,s success enormously,
and they plan to continue this support in the future.
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SPANISH CLUB: President - M. Mitchelg
Vice President A H. Poulseng Secretary -
L. Ciampicollog Treasurer - A. Nozickg
Advisors - Mrs. Fleischer, Mr. Bradley.
HOME EC CLUB: President f M. Duffyg
Vice President - K. Cordong Secretary A
P. Hickmang Treasurer - C. Chytrausg K.
Freresg Advisor - Mrs. Conception, Miss
CHESS CLUB: President - Rick Lloydg
Vice President - Mike Tunnellg Secretary -
Bob Thomasg Advisor - Mr. Hardy.
BICYCLE CLUB: President - Evan
Massarog Vice President - Linda Cuttingg
Coodwillflrnbassador No. I - Mark Sloaneg
Goodwill Ambassador No. 2 - John
Hengisg Advisor - Miss Terry.
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BIOLOGY CLUB: President - Darlene
Thomasg Vice President - Randy Vogelg
Secretary - Katie Wilsong Treasurer -
Mary Donohueg Advisor - Mr. Feher.
AMATEUR RADIO CLUB: President -
Marc Bergerg Vice President - Randy
Weberg Secretary A Ron Hatag Treasurer
- Ron Hatag Advisor f Mr. Ward.
MA TH CLUB: President - Dave Nishballg
Vice President - Mark Lundg Secretary
f Jody Kriemang Treasurer f Steve
Brannong Activities - Mark Schlesingerg
Abacus Chair Person - Debbie Carsong
Advisor - Mrs. Driscoll.
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Vice President - Randy Vogelg Secretary -
Judy Carlsong Treasurer - Craig Reimerg Advisor
- Mr. Oster.
CFPOW'S: President - Susan Evanderg
Advisor - Mr. Frogue.
CHRISTIAN CL UB: President - Rob Riselyg
Advisor - Mr. Schroeder.
FRENCH CLUB: President - Beth Amestoy
Advisor - Miss Landoe.
GERMAN CLUB: President - Dwain Adler,
Advisor - Mrs. We ber.
HEALTH CLUB: President - Doug Caltg Vice President
f Betty Weiderrnang Secretary - Judy Carlsong Treasurer
-Anand Desaig Advisor - Mrs. Osborne.
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Secretary - Donna Aldermang Advisor - Mr.
WISE CL UB: President - Lisa Belinng Vice President
Karen Meengsg Advisor - Ms. Terry.
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Moehleg Secretary f Dan Goodwing Treasurer - Mary Wileyg
Advisor - Judy Weightman.
ll: CRI'f.f'l TIVE WRITING CLUB: President f fill Sharfg Advisor A
Larry B0 wen.
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Shawg Vice President - Jose Cuetog
Secretary - Andy Katnikg Treasurer -
Jay Palehikoffg Advisor - Mr. Sedoo.
KEY CLUB: President 5 Terry Hunt:
Vice President - Rob Cibbsg Secretary f
Sam Camaratag Treasurer f Dan Vogel-
zangg Key Club Sweetheart f Diane
Vodreyg Advisors - Mr. Ward, Mr.
SKI CLUB: President
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Vice President - Lora
Moong Secretary f
President -Jeff Hubelig
Vice President A Val
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"Art is an effort to create,
beside the real world, a
more human world . . . ."
-A ndre Mauro is
To all the people who
contributed their time and
work, we would like togive
our appreciation and con-
gratulations for a success-
For a set just right for that big night, visit
La Contessa Coiffures, 13430 Newport, Tustin,
The-spians Officers: l-r: Bob Brewer, Lisa
Robinson, Dale Justus, Diane Loewe, Peter
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Row 1: Lynne Conti, Brad Chase, Don Brannon, Mitch Rosen. Row 2: Carol Waters, Bill
Warhurst, Lora Moon, Craig England, Jeff Galt, Joel Patterson, Peter Cohen, Mike Cray,
Terri Horwitz, Dave McKennett, Curt Post. Row 3: Bennett Waxman, Steve Paliska, Greg
Mathews, Chuck Post, Loren Perry, Bob Templin.
Foothill's Speech Team had a busy year, traveling to
tournaments at Loyola, Claremont, UCLA, and San Diego.
Our novice debate team took sweepstakes at the full novice
tournament, and five people qualified for the state
For the first time we had a qualjier for the National
Tournament in Pennsylvania. This is Joel Patterson, a
sophomore. Although Mark Schlesinger, Dave Nishball, and
Craig England are graduating, several underclassmen will
remain to continue this high performance.
Tom Moore Paul Satkin Marcel Daniels David Green, Jeff Drucker, Robert
George Szwolop Charles Valle Row 2 Sandy Sampieri, Craig England, David
Mark Schlesinger Steve Adler Bill Warhurst Pam Sherman, John Price, Carol
Row 3 Car Ka lor Stac Craun Bill Davis, Tom Hansen, Clint Scott, Bruce
Tim Bonner Rick Cadmus Marc: VonAldenbruck.
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Horticulture C ah
This year, in an effort to beautnfy the
Foothill campus, the Horticulture Club re-
landscaped the planter areas on campus and
refunhished the pond.
Mr. Wiseman, the advisor, leaves us with
"Have you looked at the grove lately?
Our "plant-in" was a success and is growing
every day. We have plans to turn the grove
into a park. This happening would be more
:pt to take place if we at Foothill took
more pride in the campus and kept it cleanll'
From the traveler to the gourmet, therels
something for everyone at Tustin Bookstore
and Stationers, 1100 Irvine Blvd., Tustin,
Horticulture Officers: President - Annette Kirin.
Vice President- Nancy Saben. Treasurer - Paul
Woock. Activities Advisor - Rene Dunker.
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ICC Provides Link
Between ASB, Clubs
Participation is the key to an enjoyable education at Foothill.
The campus offers many organizations of diversified interests, and
provides for the formation of new ones for any student who takes
The ICC is the open line of communication between the clubs and
the Associated Student Body government. This year the ICC and
ASB Cabinet combined for another successful Homecoming week.
Individual clubs also participated in community services and on-
campus improvements. But most important is the groundwork for a
future, more powerful and effective ICC which has been laid.
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The Foothill Knights this year did a goodjob of thrilling, baffling, and completely overwhelming their fans. The two pre-season
games against University and Kennedy showed our team a likely contender for the league championship. A victory over El Modena
added to our hopes, but with the bitter defeat by Tustin came a turn of the tide. The season was agood one as far as the fans were
concerned - they were never quite sure what to expect, and on the whole our Knights proved themselves very able players.
Seven of the senior boys did an exceptional job. Andy Katnik, a very steady performer, made two of the all-league teams
and showed excellent leadership. Jose Cueto, one of the most improved players, made one of the all-league teams and proved
to be a great inspiration to our Knights. Mike Lubinski contributed a great deal this year, as did Sam Peek, who has aided our
varsity team for three years. Dave Szkaradek made one of the all-league teams, and Chip Hackett played very well for Foothill.
Dave Williams, handicapped by a bad knee for most of the season, was an asset to the team whenever he was able to play.
Of all the games this season, the victory over El Modena was probably the most satisfying for our Knights. At that time the
Vanguards were the top team in our league.
Coach Snyderfeels Foothill didagreatjob this year, and says the ,73 season looks good too, as there are some strong Sophomores
who will be moving up to Varsity, and some greatjuniors who are already there.
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The Frosh-Soph football team had another successfulyear.
Boasting 156 points total to their league opponents' 39, the
team placed 2nd in scoring defenses and 3rd in scoring
offenses, bringing them to a tie for third place in league play.
One of the highlights of the season was the game against
San Clemente, in which the team piled up 56 points.
Some of the outstanding backs who may play are Bill
Floyd, John Hasselbalch, Bill Tripp, Kelly Combs, and John
Hoyt. Some of the best linemen were tackle Greg Roberts,
center Mike knapp, guard Lindsay Hubby, defensive safety
Greg Bennett, tackle ,I im Healy, nose guard Marty Healy, and
tackle Dave Kimberly.
Under the guidance of Coach Zeich, Foothill has developed
one of the greatest Frosh-Soph teams in its history.
Top, l-r: Coach Zeich, L. Carter, J. Astor, L. Mengos, I. Sayres, B. Coll, J. Haley, S. James, P. Stillwell, D. Mangano, D. Kimberly, T. lfarr. Center, l-r:
D. Eck, A. Bolander, K. Combs, B. Shade, D. Phillips, S. Craig, J. Carson, M. Healy, R. Holderman, D. Brannon, S. Laird, M. Prescott, J. Hasselbalch,
Coach Heil. Bottom, l-r: T. Bremer, M. Jones, I. Hoyt, T. Haigh, C. Roberts, C. Krause, M. Knapp, I.. Hubby, I. Mossler, B. Floyd, B. Tripp, C. Bennett.
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The Frosh Mini-Knights had a respectable
season this year, with three wins, three losses,
and a tie. At the beginning of the season, the
team looked to El Modena as their toughest
opponents, but they flattened the Vanguards,
20-0. Mission Viejo turned out to be the best
team, and defeated our Knights, 10-0. In fact,
the Diablos, league champions, were undefeated
and unscored upon all season.
Foothill had several excellent players who
will help strengthen our future teams. Best line-
men were Chris Irwin, Rick Frey, Bob Spurzem,
Dean Kassebaum and big Tom Hansen. The
outstanding backs were Joe Duffy, Jeff Van
Harte, and Steve and Greg Speicher, the Rootsie-
The Frosh continued this year under the very
kind and able leadership ofcoaches Mike Wertman
and Taylor Wagner. Mr. Wertman was happy with
the team's performance, and sees for several of
them greatfutures in FHS football.
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First Row: Mike Eberle, Tim Bonner, Norm Katnik, John Casey,
Mike Small, Paul Noble, Scott Rempor. Second Row: Bruce
Ramsayer, Mike Heil, Dave Elrod, Steve Speicher, Jeff Bennett,
Bob Spurzem, Ted Filey, lim Cassidy, Rick Robbins, Chuck
Bauer, Bob Houlihan, Andy Lacy, Alan Shofjf Third Row:
Steve McHale, .loe Duffy, Jeff McKee, Mark Helsing, Tom Lu,
Jim McCone, Scott Attenborough, John Horwitz, Jerry Phillips,
Mike Brannon, Jeff Kreuger, Andy Stidger, Jeff Cillman, Kirby
Motsinger, Dave Green. Fourth Row: Zack Anderson, Chip
Brown, Greg Speicher, Dean Kassebaum, Rick Fry, Paul Terry,
Bruce Kelly, Dwight Magnusson, Marty Lauber, Tracy Pyeatt,
Jeff Van Harte, Tom Hansen, Mike Lull, Greg Ford, Doug Cross,
Kurt Rathjen, Dave Shanbrom, Augie Opfell, Dave Bartik, Bob
Shultz, .lack Langhausen, Chris Irwin, Mike Medici, Jeff Woody.
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"The 1972 water polo team faced one of the toughest schedules of all
the teams in CIF this year . . . and they played great games against
Thus said Coach DeLong of this yearls Aqudknights.
The Knights' season record was I3-11. Their finest victory was over
Garden Grove, with a score of 8-3. Runners up in the Estancia Tournament,
the team was paced by Rod Strachan, all-American water polo phzyer, and
a co-captain of the team. Rod was voted Knight ofthe Year by his team-
mates. jaybird Palchikofji also a co-captain, was voted most valuable player
in the Estancia Tourney, and Eric Smith was most valuable goalie. Bob
Bonebrake was also one ofthe great seniors on the team.
DeLong summed up the year and the team by saying, "The 1972 water
polo team had more spirit than any other at Foothill, and were a very close-
knit team. They worked exceptionally well together. Igot a great pleasure
from being able to coach that particular group ofguys. 'l
VARSITY WA TER POLO: Sitting: R. Cherney, R. Strachan, R. Vogel, I.. Johnson, K. Wills, P. Spurzem, H. Bunge, I.
1Palchikoff, J. Secor. Hanging: D. Quayle, T. Travis, C. Bayles, E. Smith, B. Furniss, B. Bonebrake.
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Under the guidance of Coach Hummell and the outstanding
leadership of team captain Marcel Daniels, the junior varsity
water polo team had a fairly good season. They competed
against some of the top teams in Southern California. Although
they didn at win as much as they had hopedfor, they gaineda
lot of experience and learned a lot from the top competitors.
One of the things that helped our Knights this season
were the many outstanding players, such as Marcel Daniels,
team captain and Most Valuable Player. Foothill owes much to
Coach Hummell, and to all of our dedicated players.
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Foothillls Frosh-Soph water polo team had an outstanding
season against the top teams in Southern California. The
team's winlloss record was not quite as high as expected, but
they did well anyway. The team gained a great deal of
experience by playing against top competition. Under the
leadership of Team Captain Rusty Crawford and Coach
Hummell, the frosh-soph team had a very satisfying season.
The frosh-soph team has many players that should go on
to be star varsity players. One of these is Rusty Crawford,
team captain and Most Valuable Player.
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FROSH-SOPH WA TER POLO: Row 1: J. Drucker, D. Duran, D. Chase, H. Sipe, B. Gavin, R. Crawford, T. Bierbaum. Row 2:
1 R. Cosselin, B. Chalmers, M. Nielson, I. Palmer, T. Davis, B. Kaplan, J. Rose, D. Cerich.
Harriers Best Ever
Long Beach Invitational Champs - Orange
County Invitational Champs f League Co-
Champs - CIF Finalists - Undefeated in
duel meet competition f Five runners on
the all-county team . . .
Needless to add, the 1972 Cross Country
contingent was the best and most successful
one ever at Foothill.
Led by Seniors Larry Cerich and Bruce
Todd, and underclassmen Dave Fristoe, Matt
Bell, Greg Cerich, Scot Lengel, Todd Page,
Perry Vermillyea, Cordon Thrupp and Mark
Spilsbury, the Knights afoot rolled past
opponent after opponent while being
acclaimed the number one team in Orange
The momentum the Knights gained early
in the season carried them all the way to the
CIF finals at Mount SAC, where, behind the
second place finisher, Knight of the Year,
Larry Cerich, they finished sixth in a tie in
all of CIF.
Next year most of the team is returning,
so paced by Matt Bell, Scot Lengel, Perry
Vermillyea, Greg Cerich, and a host of other
runners, another excellent campaign can
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R. Himes, C. Thrupp, D. Fristoe.
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Page, R. Himes, M. Bejack, P. Spilsbury. Row 3: S. Lengel, H. Lachmare.
If injuries hadn't set in, the
1972 ,IV cross country team
couldpro bably have won league
this year. As it was, they were
forced to settle for third, much
to the dislike ofstandouts Rick
Himes, Mike Farrar, Todd Page
and the remainder of the squad.
Theflfs proved their strength
when healthy, by winning the
Long Beach Invitational, while
placing second at the West-
minster Invitational, and
generally steamrolling their
Next year most of the JVs
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varsity team. If this year was
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7. Lomakin, R. Houghton. Row 2: S. Adler, P. Spilsbury, T. Alderman, M.
licher, K. Wiley, D. Kamanski. Row 3: D. Starkey, B. Schulz, I. Tuvell, M. Smith,
F. Craig, 1. Kimmich.
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Keeping in step with the varsity and
,IV squads, the froshfsoph team also ran
away with the Long Beach Invitational
championship. Then, the best crop of
freshmen ever went on to finish fourth
in league behind the efforts of Tim
Alderman, Mark Spilsbury, and Steve
Chances are they would have placed
higher, had the top runners Greg Cerich
and Todd Page not been moved up to
support the fVand varsity teams.
It's difficult to predict how well the
froshfsophs will do next year, but with
a nucleus of strong freshmen runners
returning, they can 't be too far off
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Gerry Perkel, Lou Schildmeyer, Bucky Day, Andy Upfell.
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After a horrendous pre-season, which saw the varsity basketball
squad fall to the depths of a I-9 record, Dave Rowenhorst and Stan
Hansen led the injury plagued team back to three league victories in
the first four games and a surprising overall record of 6-8, in the rugged
Rowenhorst and Hansen finished two-three in the Crestview League
scoring race, Rowenhorst averaging a shade under 20 points per game
and Stan shooting at an 18pointslper game clip. Dave was helped along
by a 40 point scoring explosion against Villa Park, while Stan's game
in game out consistency held the team together. Coach Hummel
characterized Stan's play, calling him "the best pure shooter live ever
had at Foothill, " while labeling Dave "a complete basketball player. l'
Considering the team suffered over a dozen disabling injuries and
illnesses over the course of the season, it was quite a feat that Andy
Opfell, Commander-in-Chief of the infamous "Andys Army, "played
without injury for the entire season. A.O. 's rebounding and intimidating
defense helped the team eke out victories over such teams as El Modena,
and Mission Viejo, along with spoiling 0range,s C.l.F. hopes with a
stunning upset over the powerful Panthers in the season finale.
The remainder of the starting lineup, Bill Weingart and Kevin
Murphy, as well as top subs, Gerald Perkel, John Capozzoli, and Bucky
Day gave the team scoring and rebounding balance.
With players like Weingart, Day, John Klinglehoffer, Rob Pinkerton,
and Lu Shildmeyer returning, next year's team should shape up into a
strong league contender.
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Quackenbush and the strong rebounding ofScott Huson, the
1973 Junior Varsity Basketball squad racked up nine
victories while -suffering but five defeats, and locked up
second place behind San Clemente in the Crestview League.
With Huson, Quackenbush, and Mike Cray holding up the
front line and Mengos, Rich Wodiski, and John Schultz
rotating as guards, the team developed character and a will
to win, which resulted in the best record ofall the Foothill
basketball teams this year.
Pete Spilsbury, Eric Weber, Tim Fearer, Ken Chapman,
Jeff Wanlas, Mark Acuna, and Dan McGrew rounded out
the J. V. team. If these players continue to perform the way
they did for the J. V. squad this year, next yearls varsity
picture looks bright indeed.
vklaad ends Balanrediyeph Squad
Balance was the key to this yearls froshfsoph basketball team, which won five
league games, lost nine, and finished fifth in the Crestview League. Seven players could
have been considered ustartersv, with Jeff Ecklund, top rebounder and player with
most minutes played being named most valuable player. Coach Wilkenson calledfeff
a atop flight playerv and one who expended 'gtremendous effort, even in practicef'
One game he pulled down 25 boards and his consistent defense was a great help.
Matt Rodgers, Kelly Combs, and Craig Morris all started at guard, with Rodgers
leading the team in scoring, boasting a I0 point average and Morris close behind,
averaging 9 per game. john Fredrick, John Sayers, and Jeff Ecklund played forward,
while Dave Flynn startedat center. Another forward contributing many minutes played
was Bob Steel. The remainder of the team consisted of center, Pat Garrett, forwards
Timo .Lu, and Phil Stillwell, and guards Ed Castro, Doug Amo, and Jack Bowen.
The highlight of the season was when Morris and Rodgers scored 24 and l7points
respectively, as the team upset first-place and undefeated Tustin, 61-56.
Top: Kelly Combs, Craig Morris, Doug Amo, Timo Lu. Middle: Pat
Carritt, john Sayres, Jeff Ecklund, Dave Flynn. Bottom: lack Bowen,
John Fredricks, Steve Poliska.
Top Jim Needle Kurt Matkln Dave Garrett lon Anzel Tom Hanson Coach Poston. Bottom: Bob Hullahan, lim Forkey, Brian Catnik,
Middle Chris Dunk Greg Spelcher Kevin Wurzer Augie Op ell lim Pinkerton.
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Equaling the LV. team for the best basketball ref-ord at Foothill in 1973.
this yearls freshman team also finished league play in second plane, with a 9-5
record. Center Chris Dunk had the seasonls single-game high offensively, scoring
27 points against San Clemente, as he averaged nine rebounds per contest over
the entire season. lim Forkey. a hot-handed guard, was not far offllunkfs high
game, amassing 26 points in two different games. Dave Garrett sparked an
outstanding defensive unit, while forward Kurt Malkin, and alternating guards,
,lim Pinkerton, Steve Caird, and Jim Needles rounded out the top players on
With all these players being only freshmen, many good things can be expected
to come from them, before they graduate from Foothill in l976.
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Riding the wake of the superlative effort turned in by undefeated
untied senior, Al Korn, the 1973 varsity wrestling team finished the
season with a 4-3 league record, good enough for a third place tie in the
Korn, 15-0 during the regular season while wrestling at 178 lbs., won
every award in sight including Knight of the Year, Knight of the Month
Uanuaryl, fastest pin trophy f17 seconds! at a tournament and most
valuable wrestler at another tournament, while pinning all but one
opponent andfinishingfhfth at C.1.F.
Leading the team at league finals, Andrew Katnik, Knight of the
Month IFebruaryl reversed the decisions of three wrestlers who had
previously beaten him in dual meet competition, to win the 193 lb.
class and advance to C.1.F. Korn, also finishing first at league finals,
Mark Cay I2ndj, Rod Youngman f2ndj, Wayne Garner I2ndI, and
Doug McAulay f3rdj also all qualified for C.l.F. competition.
Rod Youngman, a four-year varsity letterman was named Knight
of the Month for December, and also the recipient of the Mark McNulty
Memorial Award. Rick Watson, wrestling in the 98 lb. class, finished
third in league and was voted the most improved wrestler on the squad.
Clint Scott, jim Wheelan, Gerry Silver, Mike Knobbe, Steve Sparling,
Larry Hoover, and heavyweights foe Terenti and Owen Van Skike
rounded out the 1973 varsity wrestling contingent.
Losing ten of the fifteen lettermen to the outside world through
graduation, coaches Wiseman and Marzilli will have to depend heavily
on this year's froshfsoph andj. V. standouts to fill in the gaps next year.
Row 1, I-r: Larry Hoover, Mark Cay, Clint Scott, Mike Knobbe, Wayne Garner Rick Watson Row 2 Rod Youngman lim Wheelan Gerry
Silver, Doug McCauley, Alan Korn, Andy Katnik, foe Terenti.
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Owen Van Skike, senior heavyweight wrestled down to J. V. most of
this year, and all he did was earn the most valuable wrestler award,
while devastating the league with a 7-0 record. His performance, along
with the efforts offose Cueto K6-U, JeffMilliman K2-01, Mike Lubinski
K5-21, Doug Younkin K5-0-U, Tom Bremmer I4-lj, John Harwood K4-lj,
Scott Booth K4-lj, and Scott Craig I2-02 highlighted the 5-I-I season,
which saw the J. V. team grab third place in the Crestview League.
Phil Naud, who was 2-0 while briefly wrestling J. V., led the froshf
soph squad to two victories in its onlythree matches. Andy Lacy and
Joe Hammer also contributed greatly to the wins and are expected,
along with Naud and a host of other fine freshmen and sophomore
wrestlers, to add strength to future varsity and J. V. teams.
Row 1 lr Steve Sparlmg Tim Farter Matt Wagner Dave Bartick Doug Younkin, John Harwood, Philip Naud. Row 2: Owen
Van Skzke Paul Seitzmger Jose Cueto Mike lubmskl Chris Erwin Stott Booth Scott Dolittle, Tom Bremer.
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"Mike Champion is one of the most sought-after
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Coach Sedoo of the Foothill Varsity Baseball
team made this statement about one of his finest ,
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players. Mike, a senior, has pitched a no-hitter, and V AV milfs 3 lg M if it '
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The Varsity team isn't doing badly itself Their e M5 K I, ,K
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San Clemente, via a 4-3 come back. VM A.. 1 -'
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stop. The whole pitching staff is doing a great job, ,J W X R, j i
with Boxberger's and Nahigan's talents added. All gyig .,,.., S '
in all our team is strong, but they still have the A V T T' A ..,..iQ
to Sedoo, Villa Park is "the team to beat," and it s
major part of the season to go through. According 'T L y y 3
will probably take at least an 11-3 record to win t Iz, ZIE H , me
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Pitching, De ease Btg Keys
Foothillfs JV Baseball team this year matched Varsity with a 3-I league
record at press time. Led by Scott Huson, top pitcher, who has thrown a no
hitter and a three hitter so far, the team Hshould be among the top finishers
as long as pitching and defense hold out. H Coach Bauer, author of this state-
ment, said outstanding players were Scott Rowen, outfielder, Kelly Coombs,
shortstop, and Tom ltollue, second baseman. Steve Cort: and Robert Steele
were also a valuable asset.
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"This team is not blessed with an over abundance of talent, but through
hard work and desire this is going to be a very difficult team to beatf'
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Coach Kritzer admits that they must win QOZ of their
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fhonotte. Row 2: Jay Hooran, Jim Davey, Tom Gibbons, Scott Craig, John Fredricks, Steve Speicher, Larry Mengos, Rick Fry, Dave Angelini.
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ul: Weinburg serves to Mission Viejo
ur: Knight racketeer, Glen Morton aces
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"Both teams ought to win league championships and if the Varsity Team
plays to its potential, they should do well in C.I.F. H
Thus said Coach Zeieh of the 1973 Varsity Tennis Team. With a season record
so far of 6-0, the season looks good, and the coach feels the team will remain
The Knights, toughest match was against Mission Viejo, who was tied with
Foothill for first place in the league. They dumped the Diablos 25-3, maintaining
their undefeated record.
Every player is undefeated so far, showing outstanding skills, and next year
the team will have a good nucleus as only two seniors are leaving.
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record of 6-0. Very few .sets had been lost, and all players were proving
The season ahead looked good, but a championship depended heavily
on the outcome of the meet against Mission Viejo. Coach Zeieh speaks
of our ,I.V.'s proudly: u,I.V.,s are always tough. We ,ve won champion-
If all goes as predicted, we ,ll have another victorious year to add to
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VARSITY: Paul McGaffigan, Pat Patterson, Bruce Hoefel, Scott Helton, lim Norris, Mo Weir, John Cullen, Randy Scholnick, Cundy Haigh,
Dave Weir, Jim Anderson, Coach Mc Williams.
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Even after a I5 stroke loss to powerhouse Mission and a
stunning three stroke upset at the clubs of meager Katella,
the varsity golf team still had an excellent shot at going to
C.I.F. as a team, at press time. Coach McWilliam,s 1973
squad, trying to follow up last year's league championship
and C.I.F. runners-up contingent, boasted a 6-2 record hah'
way through the season, and even though the league title
hopes were fading, C.I.F. still loomed as a definite possi-
bility for the team, and a likelihood for some of the top
individuals. fthe top two teams from the Crestview league
qualify for C.l.F.l.
Scott Helton and Mo Weir, alternating numbers one and
two men, were the two most outstanding players early in
the season,, each averaging in the seventies. Helton had the
low round of the year, checking in at even par, 72. John
Cullen, Gerald Perkel, and very much improved golfer, Paul
McGaffigan held down the next three spots, with Gundy
Haigh andjim Anderson also seeing action in varsity matches.
Foothill's junior varsity goU team was undefeated at
press time K6-01, and from the looks of things, appeared to
be well on their way to running away with the league
championship. Bucky Day, Jeff VanHarte, Rick' Culver, ,lon
Aron, and Sam Ainslie were the top performers, all averaging
in the low eighties.
With the entire J. V. sq'uad and three varsity golfers
returning, the outlook for next year's team appears to be
very encouraging indeed.
ul: Dave Weir slaps longfairway wood.
ur: Laird puts another drive on the line.
cl: Weir avoids water, then hits to green.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Bucky Day, George Mahlstead, Jeff VanHurte, Brian Katnik, ,lon Aron, Rick Culver, Matt Hahn,
Dave Pflueger, Sam Ainslie, Richard Denzer.
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Thirdollrai ln' CIF Crown
With only one BIG meet standing between our heavily favored
varsity swim team and its third straight C.l.l". championship, it's
records and winning streaks, which span the last .seven years. Three
straight Orange County and Anaheim lnvitationals championshipse
7 straight Crestview League championships tFoothill,s varsity swim
team has never lost a Crestview duel meet since the league's
inception in 1967.2-35 consecutive duel meet victories-3 .straight
This year All-Americans, Rod Strachan, Bruce Furniss, Peter
Spurzem, Larry Johnson, Ken Wills, and possible All-Americans,
Randy Vogel, and Eric Smith, with strong help from diver, Mark
Hastings led the Aquaknights to a sensational season, and barring
total disaster, their third consecutive C.I.F. crown. Exciting clutch
victories were notched against mighty Long Beach Wilson and
talented Sunny Hills, as well as a very convincing win gained at the
C.I.F. relays, outscoring over 150 schools in the process. Specifically,
Peter Spurzem, Rod Strachan, Bruce Furniss, and Ken Wills teamed
up in the 435100 freestyle relay against Wilson to set an all-time
C.I.F. record 3:15.5.
Bob Bonebrake, John Saathofjf Jay Palchihoff, Don Quayle, Bill
Bunge, andlllarcel Daniels also all contributed depth and talent to an
already awesome attack.
And there seems to be no letting up in sight as Coach DeLong can
expect four returning All-Americans to lay the groundwork for
another great season ...., f lnd who hnows, maybe even C.l.F.
championship number four?
VARSITY: Row 1: Randy Vogel, John Saathoff Rod Strachan, Jay Palchikofji Bob Bonebruke, Ken Wills. Row 2: Larry Johnson, Don Quayle, Bruce
Furniss, Eric Smith, Peter Spurzem, Bill Bunge.
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Snatlwf Daniels Lead Vs
John Saathoff and Marcel Daniels provided the power and speed
necessaryfor the Junior Varsity swim team this year, Saathoff qualifying
for varsity C.I.F. and Daniels improving by leaps and bounds into a
fine varsity prospect for next year. ln fact, calling these two swimmers
junior varsity is almost ludicrous, as each lettered varsity would be
top swimmers on most other varsity teams in C.I.F.
These two, with the help of bacldstroker, John Secor, Rob Cherney,
Steve Tanaka, and Drew Zastrow brought the J. V. 's a respectable third
place finish in the Crestview League, while also scoring victories over
various non-league teams.
If these swimmers continue to improve the way they have this year,
they, along with outstanding froshfsophs should provide enough talent
to insure another awesome varsity contingent next year.
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JV: John Saathoffk, Steve Tanaka, Rob Churney, Drew Zastrow, John Secor"', Marcel Danielsak. fl'-earned varsity letterj
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This year's FroshfSoph swimming squadplaced second to powerful
Mission Viejo in the Crestview league, while stars Bill Bunge, Warren
Oswald, Mark Secor, and Tucker Bierbaum led the team to an
excellent overall record. Bunge went to FroshfSoph C.l.F. as an
individual, and the remaining three, along with Jeff Harmon, Tom
Seymour, and Bunge comprises our two C.l.F. relay teams.
Rusty Crawford, Andy DeBoer, Jeff Drucker, Paul Terry, Kurt
Rathjen, Dave Duran, Don Chase, Dave Cerich, Bill Davis, Bruce
Chalmers, jeff Rose, and Chuck Scott fCaptain Buzz! rounded out
the FroshfSoph team this year, and their talents added to the
strokers above, should give the J. V. and Varsity teams much needed
depth in the years to come.
FROSHISOPH: Row I: Chuck Scott, Jeff Drucker, Rusty Crawford, Andy DeBoer, Tucker Bierbaum. Row 2: Kurt Rathjen, Dave Duran,
Don Chase, Paul Terry, Dave Cerich, Tom Seymour. Row 3: Bill Davis, Jeff Rose, Bmce Chalmers, Warren Oswald, Mark Secor, Jeff Harmon.
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Mike Waldren, Don Benno. Row 2: Larry Gerich, Jeff Kimmich
Peter Turcinouic, Dave Tollefsen, Lu Shildmeyer, Zane Anderson
Bill Weingart, Cordon Thrupp, Keith Pipes, Clifflfughs, Bill Yeadorj
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Foothill's Varsity Track team pulled what looks now very much like a
league eharnpiouship. ,-It press time lhe rec-ord was 3-0, with zz great
vietory over our leading eontender, llission Viejo.
Top men on the team in sprinls and hurdles were Reilly, Hughes, Bene,
Pinkerton, Hearth and Postliill, while our finest distance runners were
Fristoe, Hell and Cerieh. In shot put and diseus. Kamik and .'lleCuire
excelled, and in pole vault, Korn, Yedor. and Loc-lzrnar were our best.
lllglljItl7lII0l'S Cray, Weingart, lxrinznzieh. and long and triple jumpers Tuvell,
Klinglehojer. and Quaekenhush were top sc-orers too.
The season looks lJPf'AN'g00!lft'lHI1 here. and mans' exeellent men are
returning next year.
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rr: junior, Roh Pinkerton runs away urith the hurdles.
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vault: speed, strength, and 1-oorrlination.
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Row 1: R. Watson, R. McDaniel, C. Wessinger, J. Duquette, E. B. Craig, T. Paige, M. Scrivens, B. Waxman. Raw 3: S. French, T.
Herman, F. Borgeman, M. Carretson, P. Djokevich. Row 2: D. Pyeatt, D. Beuke, 0. Vanskike, R. Himes, K. Hobbs, D. Kamanski,
Tolefson, C. Crissinger, H. Brown, R. Lomukin, R. Marshack, S. Adler, D. Southerland, I. Yelland, G. Cerich.
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With a league record at press time of 2-1, our JV track
team is offering good experience to future Varsity tracksters.
Severalexcellent athletes performed on the team: in sprints,
Zane Anderson, Mike Waldron, and Peter Turcinovic, from
Yugoslavia. Keith Pipes led our JV hurdlers, with Todd Page,
Mike Farrar, and Rick Himes top distance men. In shot and
discus our finest Knight was Dan Beucke, in pole vault Paul
Wilner, and long and triple jumps, Dave Tollefsen. The whole
team did a greatjob.
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The Frosh-Soph, with a record of 2-I at press time,
were led by Tripp and Tornay in sprints and hurdles,
and Eicher, Spilsbury and Gerich in distance. Best shot
and discus boys were Wheeler, Roberts and Healy. The
jumpers lending their talents to these young Knights
were Pinkerton, Tuvell, and Schulz.
All in all it,s a young team, and many of the freshmen
will return next spring to continue the Frosh-Soph's
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M. Spilsbury, R. Brown, J. Ceisendorfer, J. Schultz, D. Fox, C. Irwin, L. Eldridge, T. Alderman, J. Cassidy, C. Roberts,
D. Wessinger. Row 3: S. French, D. Kamanski, M. Eicher, C. Irby, Z. Anderson, D. Starky, T. Paige, M. Scrivens, B. Craig,
M. Healy, S. Adler, S. Tornay, J. Yelland, T. Pyeatt, C. Minor.
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Par! In GA .
Two hundred of Foothill's most coordinated girls
were involved this year in GAA. The Cirlls Athletic
Association offered twelve sports this year: Volley-
ball, hockey, basketball, softball, tennis, badminton,
archery, gymnastics, track and field, synchronized
swimming, modern dance, and swim team. The volley-
ball, basketball and .softball teams included Varsity
and JV, and next year hockey will expand to include
this too. The CPE departmentis to be commended for
encouraging and involving our ladies in these events.
Officers: Treasurer, T. Christian. Vice President, Robin Harding.
President, K. Bird. Secretary, April Auerbach.
Managers: N. Arpin, D. Newland, H. Gavin, K. Miller, D. Degraffenreid
B. Brose, D. Perkins, S. Meyerhofer, L. Moon, I. Heuter.
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MODERN DANCE: Row l:l. Chunick, P. Cordner, B. Schuh, T. Knoll, S. Puterno, M. Murrel,
V. Saunders, S. Bright. Row 2: I.. Moskiewiez, S. Craun, B. Wray, T. Quayle, S. Detlark.
Row 3: K. Culley, ff. Sfregola.
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Ninety girls participated in this yearfs modern dance eon-
cert, '4Lifefs a Long Songff Iiecauxe of the theme, a large
turn-out is anticipated, as the show really promises to be
This year, unlike others, there is a director for each dance.
f1er'ording to director, .Wiss Irene Powell,
'SWQ are striving to 1-reate a danee eoneert which will be
entertaining for the whole audience. N
fl curtain to he used as haf-kdrop is currently under con-
struction with the help of the Cirlls League, Home Economics,
shop classes, and Mr. Dwight .WcCrar:ken. The curtain will
allow the concert to be performed on the gym floor, providing
more room for the dances and aiding in the quality of
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LV: BASKETBALL? Y. Fiege-Kollman, S. Sloan, D. Goetten, C. Burns, T. Ququette,
J. Matthews, R. Rocco, C. Robbins. Varsity: A. Thrupp, C. Quackenbush, R.
Harding, S. Bering, D. Perkins, B. Brose, T. Christian, A. Auerbach. Not pictured:
MODERNDANCE: Row 1: S. Watkins, L. Carrie,J. Lewis, L. Halverson, L. Buhler,
D. Tichenor, D. Siwolop, D. Kirk, M. Blaustein, S. Tompkins, S. Slode, S. Profet,
B. Amestoy. Row 2: J. Loer, D. Sampiere, C. Christ, K. Callardo, L. Martin, S.
Golian, D. Tronbull, M. Messina, I. Tappan. Row 3: C. Evans, D. Benun, V.
Clark, D. Thomas, C. Thomas, D. Rogets, C. Rusk, L. Belinn, R. Comerford. Row
4: N. Law, S. Dutcher, D. Morrell, K. Kaufman, A. Beaver, M. Hawley, S. DeHark,
.L Holub, V. Garside.
The Varsity and JV basketball teams this year boasted
records of 3-1 and 4-0 respectively. To date they have played
only four games, but the season is not yet over.
Foothill belongs to the South Coast League, so competes
against Tustin, Mission, Edison, Marina, and Laguna Beach.
Top players on Varsity included Robin Harding, Debbie
Perkins, and Ann Thrupp. JV greats were Cheryl Burns,
Stacey Sloan, and Janice Matthews.
Coach Karen Yetter feels unext year holds promise for a
goodyear. There are a number ofgoodjuniors and sophomores
who will come into their own nextyear. if
Row 1, 1-r: K. Culley, J. Jennings, P. Stewart, S. Saroff, C. Waddell, B.
Maxson, I. Duran, C. Sawyers, L. Stanton, S. Kahkonen, L. Scott, K. Green.
Row 2: E. Watson, C. Newbrander, C. Reed, K. Ross, L. Wilson, M. Fein, K.
Lane, K. Ryan, S. Harkleroad, K. Lull, L. Sliffl Row 3: I. Brewer, N. Arpin,
K. Sneeden, V. Kail, S. Reiner, S. Bartlett, E. Kordes, N. Seat, A. Norris, L.
SlUf, K. Sharf J. Roberts, D. Evans. Row 4: C. Burns, T. Radillo, K. Claus,
S. Mayrhofer, M. McFarland, P. Ducey, M. Davis, K. Strachen, D. Lane,
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"My Favorite Things,', the 1973 Synchronized
Swim Show, was the completion of many hours
of hard practice for the fvty girls involved. Each ..
girl was in a minimum of three numbers: solo,
duet, trio, or novelty group number, according r
to ability. .
The student directors this year assisting Miss
Shirley Kelly were Nanette Arpin and Robin
Summerl. Miss Kelly explains the success of the
show by this statement:
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among the girls. This is a very good group. "
ur: Syncro Managers: N. Arpin, R.
Summerl, Miss Kelly.
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SWIM TEAM: Row I: S. Whitaker, Miss Brushert, C. Lull, K. Duntly, C. Tancredi,
N. Boyles, G. Bayliss, J. Heuter, S. Kakohnen, L. Stanton, L. Saathofj. Row 2: K.
Strachen, M. Davis, S. faniga, K. Miller, R. Summerl, S. Shoemaker, B. Evans, S. Sloan,
K. Kunzke. Not pictured: K. Heuter, T. Reed, C. Reed, J. Watson, A. Senechal, A.
Stockland, J. Harwood.,
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Winter, V. Booth, S. Patterson. Row 2: K. Christian, C. Bonebrake, L. Robinson,
D. Alderman, C. Andrus.
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Carett, K. Miller, K. Yamaguchi, J. Moses. Row 3: C. Wih, J. Lamb, T. Lombardo,
R. Summerol, B. Litchfield, K. Bird. Row 4: J. Coyl, J. Ochoa, K. Christian.
TRACKTEAM: K. Morgan, E. Edson, S. Farrar, I. Rogers, C. Villeneuve
B. Degraffenreid, M. Forgy, S. Mayhofer, D. Degraffenreid, T.
Christian, L. Carroll, D. Brennan, B. Bowen, P. McNumee.
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Donna Strauss Tom S tree ter
Doug Strif-klin Mitch Swatez
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Jillana Tappan Mary ,Ieane Tatsuno
Joseph Terenti Darlene Thomas
Gary Tilden Barbara Tompkins
Cheryl Travis Todd Travis
Peter Turcinovic Debbie Turnbull
Joe Vallee Richard Vanderpool
Milan Trebotich Michael Tunnell
Stephen Van Meter Owen Van Skike
Barbara Varian I on Vogel Randy Vogel
Jenndfer Ware William Warhurst
Gregg Way Robert Weinberg Howard Weinthal
Mo Weir Andrew Weiss
Renee Wessel Jim Wheelan
Sue White Helen Whitney Eleanor Wiener David Williams
Deanne Williams Doug Wilson Lynn Wilson
Michael Wilson Mary Winchester
Karin Winsor Carole Woeh'el
Andrea Woh'e Lesley Wohfe Beth Woods
Lorrie Wootan Robert Wullenwaber Chris Wyart
Mark Wyland Dann Yablonka Bill Yedor
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Rod Youngman Karen Zeigler Jim Zink
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Nicest Looking Hair: Dan Vogelzang and Cecilia Reilly
Most talented: Rick Tanaka and Mary Hart Teachefs Pest: Bob Weinberg and Karen Hamilton
Best Personality: Dave Williams and Helen Gavin
Most Talkative: Jose Cueto and Donna Chalker
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NATIONAL MERIT LETTERS OF COMMENDATION: Marc Gerry, Mary Hart, Dorothy Ipson, Mark Lund, Evan Massaro,
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Bracy, Steven Broe, Robert Dale, Todd Fearer, Randal Franke, Lyn Seeley, Steve Shaw, Mike Shutt.
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K. Pecchini J. Cernek D. Chaban
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Drill team for three years
Sue E., Bob C., Rex C., Karen Y.
Squirt gun fight
Planted seed wonderpoob
Blues: clear water astral weeks
Tolouse Lautrec's hair revolution
Sixth period civics
My freshman year
Being in Marching Band
Being in Pep Band at games
The P.E. F roggies
Surfin ' Sixties
Chemistry Eand N113
Making tea at midnight
Leaving Foothill High
Ditch day fall of themj
B. W. least 'til death
Friends and enemies
Volleyball and Tennis team
Playing baseball in tenth grade
Meeting good ole Tony
Formal with Mr. Primo
Civics football bets
Marching and Concert Bands
Drill team for three years
"The Mouse that Roaredn
Poco, smoke-stack lightning
My junior year
Winning sweepstakes in drill team
Working in 0.R. at hospital
fr.-Sr. Prom 1972
Bayzerman, J oe
Writing my own notes
Eating one Lays Potato Chip
Getting sent home to shave
My ditch days
Track and Cross Country
Crummy's Economic class
1969 FHS-Bonita Football game
Advanced Comp term paper
Pie thrown at Rob
Active member of CNO
47th St. in the spring
T.P. at Strickland's
October 20, 1971
Pepster camp 1972-1973
Fighting the Administration
Fighting the School Board
Fighting the Revolution
IV Tennis Championship Team
High and low honor rolls
Q2-Sting a good teacher
Physics E class
Summer School Civics
Senior Recognition Day
Senior ditch day
Last day of school this year
1972 Christmas Formal
Going to the Jr.-Sr. Prom
Having T.A. sixth period
Going to the games
Feast and loust
Harold - 2-10- 1
Fishing and the Zoo
Summer of 1 971
Foothill Fabulous Forensic Follies
Christmas Formal 1970
Sewing contest 1972
Bagel Cruiser's Club
Reno Speech Tourney
Enlightened by the Glumpies
Karen getting married
Snow Camp 1971
Teaching kids in Mexico
Sharp Point Plans
English II '
The Avicary Ripper
The best parties
Girls' State Representative
Orange County Academic Decathlon
Nixon Campaigng Pfitzner's T.A.
Carrell, David Spencer III
Truckin' my blues away
Annihilating freshman fBombardmentj
1971-1972 drafting class
Freshman football season 1969
My first Appleford class
Being a slave at FAKHFAJ
Thrifty, near escape
Donkey weed killer
Christmas Vacation 1972
Christ, Phil -
Varsity Football - Sr. Sports
Chem parties - Triumvirate
MV Football game W freshman year
Volleyball in P.E.
Coming to Foothill
Vacations from Foothill
Roan's - Sandy, ,loan and Erin
Worms at Open House
Co merford, Regina
Raising my rating
Consuming my maximum
Breaking my old record
Mr. Minne s American Lit Class
Red Hill realty van
Stephen's All Nighter number one
Renobs, Goats, R.H.
Looking at Ted
95 on an Appleford test
Life member of CSF
Cro tbers, Barbara
Making chorus records
Waiting for graduation
Four weeks of hell-week
A year with G.B. Ward
Two years with Mr. Patterson
Met a wonderful boy
And now 1,m getting married
King of Christmas Formal
Varsity Golf- two years
JV Basketball as a sophomore
Baseball, and Waterpolo
Breaking my jaw in 1971
Learning how to drive
Summer of 1972
Rusty, Bi l, Tom, Larry
Junior Yearbook party
Grad Night 1971
Football games 1969 and 1970
Ginger Snap and 4 cookies
Active member of GNO
ASB Cabinet member
The 5:30 AM loggersflaunt
The B.D. - B. W. Handball Champ team
Christmas Formal 1972
Sadie Hawkins 1972
My midnight rambler
October 1972, 56th street
Bruin Head Utah
New Years 1973
Modern Dance Award
Clothing with ,lahnig
Last day of school
Feast and Ioust 1972
Mammoth Lakes Hot Springs 1973
1971 Football season
Christmas vacation 1972
Sophomore Christmas Formal
Freshman - Dances
Sr. Graduation and night
Senior recognition 1972-1973
Corn, frogs and peas
Gordong October of 1970
Caught with Avocadoes S.C., D.E.
T.P. at Striclcland's
M.S., LT., M.D., Drill Team
August 26, 1972
Licky Tea - Cup
Pepperoni Pizza and Onion Dip
The NBA Basketball shoes
Skiing in Aspen, Christmas 1972
Parties at Canyon Lake
Parties at the Kirkwoods
CFPOW Club President
An unforgettable Drill Team!
My friends and sharing
A night with S. W.
T.P. at Stricklands
JV Swim Team
Tuscan Room fStephan Reillyj
New Years 1973
English 11, Badminton
French Contest: Ed, Zane, Brad
Going with Paul Cleeland
Being in mixed chorus
G.B. Ward's flux fluid
Massarols term paper for seminar
F illey, Sue
Frogs, Peas, and Corn
Redhill School and tennis team
1 met Patti
Graduation at last
The Ranch Reality
Eating cafeteria food
Waitingfor the end of the year
Broadway Review solo 1973
I V Basketball
Only one trip to Uncle Dan ,s
Offce in four years
Terry 's Sociology Class
Last day of school
Drill Team 1972-1973
FTA Club 1969-1971
Smoke-Drink and merriment
Opening my hall locker
Suspension for parking in the red
First day of school
Field science - summer 1971
Active member of NBRAPC
Seymour, Noah, Summer 1971
See ya later, Del Taco!
My first Football game
Being elected as a celebrity
Christmas Formal 1 972
CIF Track and Cross Country
Freshman English 1 with Glasgow
Mrs. Dean and the Student Store
Band C Football
February 6, 1971
Gillerstro m, Laurel
My Junior year
Driver Training with Mr. Marzilli
Student elections weeks
Grad night 1971
Sophomore year in general
Christmas Formal 1972
One of D.R. 's Dames
When 1 killed my knee
Being in Broadway Review
Being in Folk Concert
Being in Pep Assembly
Dressing in P.E. for ten minutes
Waiting in the smashed cafe line
Sitting through Civics and Econ
The Buzzby Boys
Ginger Snap and the Cookies
Good Camp fun
Locker broken at Christmas
Getting an F in Spanish
Locker fixed about Easter
Never attending ANY Formals
Learning how to drive
Enjoying people and parties
Girls' League Senior Rep.
Throwing oranges at lunchtime
Forging notes for school
Ditching a lot
Last day of Freshman year
Last day ofschool
Haeggstro m, Nils
First day here in ninth grade
All the days here 9-12
Last day here in twelfth grade
The prime biological question
Bob and imitation of diesel truck
Ginger Snap and Four Cookies
1971 Sadie Hawkin,s Dance
Spring ditches to beach
Meeting Dave Brown
Freshman Christmas Formal
The Big Banana
Varsity Football as Fresh man
Varsity Volleyball team
Slitting frogs in biology
Active member of GNO
Meeting new people
Playing beach ball volleyball
Graduating Il hopej
S.G., P. Y., L.H., M.M., RJ.
Broadway Reviewg T.N., B.C.
Powder skiing at Alta
Getting a buzz at Alta
Powder skiing at Alta
Green, Pickle, Whop, Brute,
Blue, News, Hippies, Manny 's,
Mac, Band, Chicks . . .
Galen and parties
Snealcing to Senior Grove
Ditching assemblies to Bruce s
CSF trip to UCLA
Freshman Eng 1 with Glasgow
Band and Drill Team
Student Store and Mrs. Dean
BanffSchool ofFine Arts 1972
Meeting lay Olson 1 972
.lune Mountain 1971
CIF and State Golffinals
Powder - Brian head Utah, Xmas 1972
Sophomore Chicks 1973
Broadway Review 1970-1973
Christmas Formal 1972
Valentine 's Day 1973
Independent Study - Mr. Wiseman
Third and Sixth Bombardment
Bicycle Club officer
Woodstock and M-A-S-H
Hild, Mary Ann
Christmas Vacation 1972
10 to 12foot waves at 56th St.
Hot and glassy days
Wrestling,s Mythology Class
My White Truck
Brotherhood- Varsity Baseball
FHS Band 1969-1973 minus one W time
George Waibel's 4th period lunch club
JOCITA G 1 970-1973 lVice-Presidentl
Maranatha - The Lord Cometh
Active member of GNO
Christmas Formal 1972
Muddy fields fDrill Teaml
Broadway Review - all years
1 970-1971 Elections
Football and Basketball season
Four years ofjirst period P.E.
Homecoming game vs. Orange 1
Swim, Swim, Swim
Thank-you Mrs. Glasgow
Counting the days til summer!
First day my freshman year
Malt Shop and Gary
Gary and Casey
My White Hat
Activities Commissioner and KJ
Amateur Radio Club Sec. 1971
Amateur Radio Club Pres. 1972
T.A. for Korich
B and Varsity Track
B and Varsity Football
Made some pals
Drill Team Captain
D.R.K.'s Biology Class
The Broadway Review
Concerts - Quad and Gym
Feast and Joust
Mr. Minne for a teacher
Thrills and Spills of Driverls Ed
After school handball gang
The two "R's"
Junior Yearbook Party
Finally made it!
Katnik, Andrew R.
Varsity Football, Wrestling,
Beating Elmo in Football
First in League Wrestling
Lost in the World
Salvation in Jesus
Eternal life and my Rexy
Trash can fires
Meeting Don Kempa
Participating in activities
Chorus IBroadway Reviewj
Kindness from friends
Ditching and boys
First football game
Koep en Jim
1971 Fglk Concert
Poco Concert and Graduation
Summer of 1970
Summer of 1 971
Summer of 1 972
Being a bunny rabbit
Being told to get a haircut
Getting a B average as a senior
Chemistry E and French Four
Making tea at midnight
Summer of 1970
Summer of 1971
Summer of 1972
My ten day suspension
Field Hockey Trophy
Seventh period P.E.
Freshmen and Soph Football playing
Junior and Sr. Football watching
Playing on the golf team
Skiing - skippingfor it
First band trophy for 1972
Nahigan at the school dance
The Parking lot
Mrs. Paterno and her French 4 class
My friend Lyn Gerry
December 4, 1972
The tape company
Lorrie, Bonnie, and Suzanne
Picking on Coach Steve
Loving number 25
Unauthorized field trips
Summer of 1 970
Summer of 1 971
Summer of 1 972
My trip to Isreal
Playing the Tympanies
Having good friends
Being a cheerleader
Christmas Formal 1971-1972
Pepster Isongleading campj
Drill Teamerjlor two years
CNO fDel Tacol
President of the Chess Club
Captain of the Chess Team
Active member of GNO
That's the Long and Short of it.
Knight Life and AFS
Hillbilly 's-Decorating at 3am
Good times with Chris
Born again in 1971
Witnessing to Mr. Kritzer
FHS Maranatha Concert in 1972
Being top science student
P.E. water puddle fights
Portraying the Dormouse fmuchlyj
J and KWH 1nc. fPart time onlyl
Becoming a proficient clockwatcher
Cruising to Pizza Man
AFS Da 1973
Making new friends
Suspension as a Sophomore
GAA Varsity Volleyball
Gymnastics Cal Fullerton
Summer of 19 0-Woodstock
Poor smoked-out Piz
Times with Greg's Van
Broadway Review 1972-1973
Walking to school
Sue Getten and Co.
Karen and Sue
When 1 accepted Jesus
Prayer meetings with brethren
Saturdays at the House
Pres. ofJ and KWH Inc. Isatisfyingl
K'SAOSlVP's and going out lunch
The mouse that roared
Junior Triangle 1972-1973
High School madness
The Lighthouse in Geometry
Blowing up Pj7tzner's Chem Lab
McA ulay, Doug
Drill Team 1972-1973
W.H.J. and D.
A.S.,s T. V. Room
Being a part of "Hummell's Gang"
Writing for the Knight Life
The moon landings
1969,s Football season
God giving me sunshine
"57", Mike, Tim
Summer of 1971
Modern Dance 1972
Tull, Leon, Moody Blues
CS, VL, Mannys
Summer of 1971
Summer of 1972
Summer of 1 973
Cross Country and Track
Two years of Patterson
Graduation in .lune
Shield Sports section
Recognition Day grease up
The Duebee Sisters
CIF Championship Football season
First day of my Freshman year
Last day of my senior year
Field Science 1 971
Summer of 1972
Last day of every school year
Third in Surf Contest
Getting tu bed
Mitchel, Mary E.
Football vs. Orange 1971
Football Team Manager
Getting on Honor RolLs
.lr.-Sr. Prom 1972
Foothill Marching Band
Mo ttola, Chris
W. W. Ward ,s Psychology Class
My tonsils operation
Fifth period P.E.
The game we sang Xmas Carols at
German Club '
BBQ Corn Chips
Coming to Foothill
Being in Foothill
New York piano concerts
Learning about people
Ditchin' school to go skiing
Surfin ' Sixties
Feast and Joust 1972
Grad night 1971
First day ofSophomore year
Last day of senior year
Appearing in Ten Nights Barroom
Reno Speech Tourney
Foothill Speech Team
F oothill's Fantastic Follies
Seminar - "Cascades of Cacas"
SC: JL, MM, MPT CK, MS, TC, MM, FP.
Abortion, Draft, Temper, Russ
Going to the office for first time
Ditching school for the first time
Writing my own notes for first time
Madge and froggies
Recognition days and Graduation
Re-election of the President
The Crummy listener
Oden, S tarla Denise
CIF Playoffs in Football
CIF Playoffs in Basketball
4:30 in the morning
Active member of NBRAPC
President ofIOCITAG 1969-1973
Waibel's 4th period lunch brigade
President ofE.C. Fan Club
Orange- fight at the end of jr. year
Introduced in first basketball game
Introduced in last basketball game
Active member of GNO
My sophomore year
The good ole ditchin' days!
Cabinet and KJ
AS and AK
Gaius Fais Mingeus
GirLs' League secretary 1972-1 973
1 found Tim
Water Polo and Swimming
Tacos 1 971
Gary, P, L, N, D
Salton Sea, River
Gordon's V. W.
Driving in quad and getting caught
Playing Football every year
Playing Varsity Basketball
Playing Varsity Golf
Fresh man Football
Jungle Ball in P.E.
Boy 's Foods
Las Vegas with Mr. Slayton
Christmas Formal 1971
Attending Athletic events
Competing in Track
Call the Plumber
21st Slimey creatures
CROP Samie Sweat Meat
Breaking my leg swinging on flag
275 foot burn out in parking lot
Being only low rider in school EVER
June 18, 1970
Active member of NBRADC
4:30 in the morning
Scoring first TD against Uni
Starting first Vars Football game
Meeting Sue Freese
Being in the Broadway Review
All the Football games
Pro fita, Loraine
Going to South America
Maranatha Concert in 1973
Helping kids in Mexico
Drill Team 1972-1973
Patterson is classes
Swimming and Water Polo
B ofA Mr. Doyle
New Years Eve 1972-1973
Going with Pat
March 3, 1973
"1 don't think . . ."
August 20, 1972
Knowing .lesus Christ
My friends meeting Christ
Wearing unpaired shoes
European Concert Tour
Moving to Calyfornia
The Tuscan Room incident
Lawn driving and trash canning
Avocado selling on 1 7th street
Getting in trouble constantly
Hasseling my teachers
Feast and .loust 1972
1973 Christmas Formal
Grad Night 1971
Speech Team IVarsityj
Going to Europe in summer of 1972
Never getting caught
Learning to ski
The first time ever 1. . .
My mom coming to pick up the car
And I wasn't there
No Senior privileges
Drisco1l's 5th period Algebra
Surfin, land not taking Janice MJ
Walker's Market fGeorge1
Sleeping in class
My ,lunior year in Africa
Spirit FHS had when 1 was a frosh
No senior privileges
tryouts, elections, second best
My first time
My second time
My third time
August 25, 1970
"Let,s play pooll'
Suspended for smoking
Greg Poulen 's Van
trash can fires
Football CIF Playoffs
Bombardment on rainy days
My best friend
Sharing with each other
Night at S W
Knight Life staff
Active member of GNQ
Making tea at midnight
Orange Co. Academic Decathlon
Late to Mr. Oster's class
Laurie Bucher as lab partner
LG's locker room operettas
Writing for the Toilet Paper
National Lampoon in class
Writing for the index
Simba, Summer 1971, Sixer
"1 donlt think it's very . . .,'
Trip to Hong Kong
OC Career Convention Rep
Sam Peek in Madrigals
Mr. Minne's red pen
Acting in school plays
Walking to school
Skiing at Mammoth
Worked for Drama
First Hell'.s Angel in FHS
Skiing at Mammoth
Playing in the band
S fregola, Celeste
Ginger and the Four Snaps
ASB Cabinetg "Funky Nassau"
Signal 30:1une 13, 1973
Concerts and friends
Sharf J ill
Senior Ditch Semester
Most injured Senior Sports
Chem Partiesg TRI UM VIRA TE
Groovin' at last
Beingpushed in the pond
Going to England
Knight Life writer
Knight Life Editor Esq.
JO, GKP and the Golden Jet
Basketball, Lorry and Alcohol
No more school
Last days ofschool
Christmas and Easter vacations
Surfin' with the Cool Breezers
Getting in trouble - getting out
Thrifty - a narrow escape
Varsity Basketball and Dave
After game parties
FAKHFAJ and Senior Munches
My cooking classes
Going to Tic-Toc on lunch
looking for a girl
Active member of GNO
Life member of CSF
Active member of GNO
Broadway Review all years
Synchrog Scuba Queen
Saluting theflag 720 times
The logic boards in Physics
Varsity Waterpolo and swimming
Waiting 3 years for no privileges
Having the accident with Sandy
? with Sandy
Oil burnouts on Dodge
Being a senior
Neff-October 10, 1 970
4:30 in the morning
The jqrst time ever 1. . .
St. Charles, Maureen
Synchronized Swim Team
Mr. Pat,s Science class
"Kemal" Kritzer's Popcorn flicks
Fainting in class
Falling in Love
April 23, 1970
.lune 29, 1971
November 12, 1972
Pam, Peggy, Darcy, Sandy
1 moved three times
"1 met boo boo 's "
Getting my first buzz
No senior privileges
Tennis Team Junior Year
Cruising in my Vega
All American swimming and W. Polo
CSF every semester
Team Capt Swimming and W. Polo
The month oflune
S tricklin, Doug
Writing poetry in senior grove
Speech and making a speech of
free verse and short story.
Schroeder 's drafting class
ASU peech contest
Tustin to West White House jog
Terentz, J oe
First sportos banquet
Last day of school
Field Science 1971
Dancing in Modern Dance Concert
Painting backdrops for homecoming
Mom and Cherry Pie
Foothill High School
Spring Fling 1970
Capt. Buzz and the OE 800's
Brother Brew the Shower Stealer
Back row American Lit
Summer of 1972
Patterson's Biology class
Formals and Proms
The day I met Iane
The day 1 met Jesus
The day I became a senior
Fourth period Bombardment
Chemistry with substitutes
Biology Club and Field Science
T urcinovic, Peter
Piano concert assembly
Tommy 1972 Jethro Tull
Howie 's 45th
January and February parties
Vallee, j oe
My first suspension from school
J V Track Team
Heritage High Drop Out
Meet Mary Stillwell
Van Meter, Steve
Van Skike, Owen
Vogelzang, Dan "Bogie"
Christmas 1972 in Hawaii
Easter 1972 Day and night at river
Key Club party .Iune 1972
Living in Lake Arrowhead
Making High Honor roll
Knowing the wonderful FHS teachers
Not failing any classes
Ed, Zane, Jerry
Knight Life staff
My trip back East
First novice debate
Redlands University Summer 1971
November 20, 1971
FK the DI
Hot Corner and Alice
Not turning in my senior index
Wein thal, Howard
Seeing Mr. Crummy almost cry
Getting out of 0ster's class
Getting out of Sparrow's class
.Iunior Homecoming 1971
1 972 Spring Sporto Awards
Senior Homecoming 1972
VP Foothill Band Board
Junior Triangle 1972-1973
Disecting things in Biology
Senior Recognition Day
Feast and .Ioust
Active member of GNO
1 970-1 971 Elections
Varsity Football and Track
Christmas Formal Queen
Twirler for four years
Five period day
Host sister to Viky
My surprise birthday party
Satterlee's Shorthand Parties
Sadie Hawkins with Becky
Mom Sardo, Dad Ettlin
"My friend Celarious'
Taiwan, Varsity Cross-Country
Football games and skiing
My first time
Week long parties
My next time
Trips to the counseling office
1 969-1970 Football season
Capt. Track Team
Four years Varsity Wrestling
Wrestling league finalist
4:30 in the morning
learning to score baseball
Active member of NBRAPC
Zink, J im
fights with ,lanice McFaddin
Lunchtime trips to tic-toc
Iune 13, 1973
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