Francis Parker High School - Cavalcade Yearbook (San Diego, CA)
- Class of 1973
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Published by the
Associated Student Body
Francis W, Parker High School
6501 Linda Vista Road
San Diego, California
"If I could make some changes in the world, Iwould like to see
human beings simply be more considerate of one another, to be
more concerned with others, and demonstrate the ability to help
To many, this exemplifies the attitude of a man who has done
much for Parker, He was, at one time or another, the director
of summer school, Assistant Headmaster, and teacher of U,S,
History, 7th and 8th grade math, first year Spanish and geogra-
Before coming to Parker in 1958, he served his country for 27
years in the Navy. He was awarded the Bronze Star for action in
the Philippines when the ship he was commanding was hit by a ka-
He is enthusiastic about his work, empathetic with his students.
He teaches because working with young people is intriguing and
challenging to him. He tries to help strengthen their weaknessess
by giving them a hand, hoping that eventually they will become
stronger people. He does, as he says, "keep trying to help each
person as best I can. "
It is with great pride, appreciation, and affection that the 1973
CAVALCADE Staff dedicates this annual to Admiral Ralph H.
San Diego's climate knows no seasons, but student life at Parker certainly does, In the fall everything gets under
way - classes, clubs, student council and Girls' League, Winter comes with basketball and holidays. Spring brings
more activities and dramatic productions, And then summer is here and another school year is over,
The '73 yearbook staff has adopted a completely new format in the hopes of capturing the spirit of Parker student
life as the year progresses, Our book is no longer divided into "Classes," "Sports, " "Clubs," and "Campus Life, "
Instead, the divisions are "Autumn, " "Winter, " "Spring," and "Summer," and we've attempted to cover every as-
pect of the year from the first day when we meet faculty and friends, to the last day when we start summer vacation,
As you've noticed, we've also changed our name, CAVALCADE is defined as "a procession of people on horseback,"
and the staff feels that it suits both our new format and Parker's Lancer mascot. We hope that this name will be used
in successive years and become a permanent one,
CAVALCADE '73 is different from past Parker yearbooks in that we have relied almost completely on student photog-
raphy, I think all of our photographers have done a wonderful job, and I would like to thank all the contributors, es-
pecially Alex Szekely, Howard Eddy, Frank Taliaferro, and Paul Bell-Lee, Special thanks go to Keith Kaufman, who
spent many hours in the dark room during his evenings and weekends.
I would also like to thank our advertisers and patrons for their financial help in making this book possible, and the
Pischel Publishing Company for their cooperation,
But most of all, I would like to thank the CAVALCADE '73 staff, and our advisor, Mrs, Spain, who expressed con-
fidence in us and kept us going when things got rough,
We have enjoyed facing the challenge of putting together a yearbook which depicts Parker student life, and we hope
that you will enjoy reading through it.
H E A D lvl A ST E R ' S
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TO THE CLASS OF 1973
After twenty years spent in education as a teacher andfor administrator, the question asked of me most frequently is
"Why did you go into education?"
The answer I gave twenty years ago seems more relevant and valid today than at the beginning, "In a group of stu-
dents that I am trying to help learn, if just one of them is influenced or motivated to go on from here to a higher learn-
ing, then my efforts are all worthwhile. "
You and I have seen Parker launched on a remarkable new era. There were some frustrations accompanying a new
campus, new curricular offerings, new faculty, new responsibilities and freedoms but you adjusted to these rather
gracefully. You worked with enthusiasm and determination to instill the student body with a sense of pride and spirit
in the Lancers, Your academic accomplishments are equally impressive and your college acceptances reflect a tan-
gible symbol of reward for your years of academic effort, ,
Each of you in your own special way, as you move on to "a higher learning" has given to me a greater sense of satis-
faction than I have ever felt with thousands of students encountered in past years,
Your marks of excellence and high spirits will act as a "benchmark of success" for the many Parker graduates of
the future, The Parker faculty and I deeply appreciate your contribution to the school,
My feelings for you are perhaps best summarized by the contemporary prophet, Jonathan Livingston Seagull: Jona-
than's parting words to his prize student, Fletcher, were,
"Look with your understanding,
find out what you already know,
and you'1l see the way to fly, "
Your race to learn has just begun!
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President Mark Rhoads addresses the Board,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
J. Mark Rhoads, president
FAT H E R 5' C LU B
Burleigh Bagnall, second vice president
Mrs, George H, Smith, secretary
Predrag Mitrovich, treasurer Officers:
Mrs. Gretchen T. Allen Robert Nostrand, president
Clarke Braly Raul Rosado, vice president
Walter B, Broderick Hugh MCNeiHYy Secretary
Mrs, John C, Carson George Lergf treasurer
Philip L, Gildred, Jr.
Percy M, Goodwin
Otto A, Hirr
Julian M, Kaufman
Mrs, Vincent E, Mazzanti '
John Z, Mraz
Heidi Munzinger, student representative
Robert M. Nostrand Officers:
Mrs, Raul Rosado Mrs, Raul Rosado, president
C, Arnholt Smith Mrs, Sam Assam, first vice president
Mrs, C, Arnholt Smith, Jr, Mrs, Otis Brooks, second vice president
Paul K, Tchang Mrs Alan Schrift, secretary
Nicholas Wallner Mrs, Paul Tchang, treasurer
Thomas S, Whitelock III, M,D,
Louis M, Wolfsheimer
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Science, Math, Coach English
Winning isn't everything, but losing is
You got to sorter give and take in this old
world, We can get mighty rich, but if we
haven't got any friends, we will find we
are poorer than anybody,
If men would consider not so much where- If you begin by sacrificing yourself to
in they differ, as wherein they agree, there those you love, you will end by hating
would be far less angry feeling in the those to whom you have sacrificed
George Bernard Shaw
To follow the sun, bo surf, to swim, to
sport, to befriend, to think, to challenge-
to live with such enthusiasm that most
people would not seem alive. Now forget
everything that I have said and live your
It is not how much we hgve but how much I remain - Anonymous You must look into people as Well as at
we enjoy, that makes happiness.
Scott Collins Lynn Dewart Tim Dowdle
Such intense concentration!
The world is so full of a. number of things
I'm sure we should all be as happy as
Robert Louis Stevenson
Speak softly and carry a big stick,
It is almost better to tell your own lies
than somebody e1se's truth,
Joyous distrust is a sign of health, Every-
thing absolute belongs to pathology,
I live each day as it comes, striving to en-
joy life as I can, And if I have but one mo-
ment of happiness during that day, Iwill
keep it and cherish it, For Iwill make
that single moment last a lifetime.
Too much sanity may be madness and the
maddest of all, to see life as it is and not
as it should be,
Man of La Mancha
Pay no attention to Caesar, Caesar doesn't
have the slightest idea what's REALLY
Kurt Vonnegut, Jr,
It takes a rat to win a rat race,
Let the wonderful, infinite variety of sea-
shells inspire you with faith in your own
F rank Lloyd Wright
Those who are not busy being born are
Facilior est reprimere cupiditatem pri
mam, quam explere totum quid eam se
POOR RICHARD'S ALMANAC'
Karen Molnar Shelley Mraz
The only failure that lacks dignity is the
failure to try.
Malcolm F, Macneal
"You beaner! "
I believe that every right implies a re-
sponsibilityg every opportunity an obliga-
tiong every possession a duty.
John D. Rockefeller, Jr,
"ENery body needs
I believe in the sun even when it is not
shining, I believe in love even when I am
alone, I believe in God even when He is
Maybe we are less than our dreams
would make us, but that less is more than
some gods would dream of.
milk. . . even Charles Fares. "
Set sail towards the sun, feel the warmth
that's just begun, Share each and every
dream, they belong to everyone.
Roy Holliday Kelly Luce
Dan Jones Almeda Lynn
Jon Licht Bill McCreery
Howard McPhatter Robert Schwanhausser Elizabeth Waddell
Greg Pennington Carla Shestag Phil Webster
Victor Roberts George Turner Paul Zellman
So help me, if we lose this game today, .
Completing High School
courses in 11th grade
But Mother never told me about Ultra-Bright!
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Jean Polhamus Rosalind Ragsdale Pam Smith Jenny Tchang Bobbie Wellman
Todd Pratum Alan Sheldon Alex Szekely Robert Waddell Linda Woodle
David Cook Mike Devin
John Cook Carl DuP1essis
Jim Cooper Jim Ferrari
Wes Cramer Lori Fisher
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Mike Fletcher Madeleine Herrill John Mansfield
Gordon Gilbreath Leroy Kinzy Jay Plaehn
Elizabeth Gildred Melissa Knox Karen Reavis
Not pictured: James Comstock
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Ernie 'Ihcker Melissa Wolfram
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Seated: Andrea Scott, sec.-treas,g Hunt Braly, pres,g Carla Buchanan, vice pres,g Heidi Munzinger, rep, to Board, Second
row: Jim Holt, 10A rep,g Jake Russell, 8A rep,g Bob Bagnall, 8C rep,g David McGinnis, 7C rep.g Bob Jackson, 7A rep,g
Leesie Assam, 'IB rep, Third row: Pat Flynn, 10B rep,g Jim Ferrari, 9A rep,g Dione Brooks, 12 rep,g Ted DuPlessis, 11
rep,g Jim Cooper, 9B rep,g Trish Selfe, 8B rep, Not pictured: Dr, Crone, advisor,
First row: Martha F1ores,7th rep,g Carla Shestag, pres,g Hilary Hanafin, 9th rep,g Isela Lirnon, Bth rep,g Elizabeth Wad-
dell, llth rep, Second row: Mrs, Treais, advisorg Kathy Pavel, treas,g Kelly Luce, vice pres,g Linda Woodle, 10th rep.g
Livia Szekely, 12th rep, Not pictured: Rosalind Ragsdale, sec.
CLARION and CAVALCADE staffs
met every day to learn the basics of
good journalistic writing and applied
production, Both publications se-
lected new names,
The paper, with Hunt Braly as
editor, was published monthly,
Charles Fares did an outstanding
job as production manager.
The yearbook, with Heidi Mun-
zinger as editor, chose a new for-
mat and used student photography.
Seated: Rosalind Ragsdale, Laurie Mansfield, Heidi Munzinger, Jeff Brandon. Standing:
Jenny Tchang, Jean Polhamus, Hunt Braly,
Keith Kaufman, Alex Szekely, Howard Eddy.
Not pictured: Andrea Scott, Livia Szekely,
M rs , Spain, advisor
Seated: Dan Jones, Jean Polhamus, Hunt Braly, Art Flores, Standing: Craig Rhoads,
Rosalind Ragsdale, Lee Braly, Jenny Tchang, Pat Flynn, Robert Anderson, John Cook,
Heidi Munzinger. Not pictured: Jon Licht, Charles Fares, Andrea Scott, Laurie Mans-
In September, a dinner was held for the students who
qualified for the National Honor Society, It stood out
among past dinners because it was held in the fall, instead
of spring, so that work of the previous fall and spring
could be judged,
The curse of a "Friday the 13th" had no effect on the
Junior Honor Society initiates, An assembly was held for
them on Friday, October 13th, in which they received
pins and certificates.
Students honored at the dinner were, Joe Bagnall, Hunt
Braly, Mark Brandon, Gary Chlad, Lynn Dewart, Roy
Ehlers, Judy Fabion, Charles Fares, Keith Kaufman,
Heidi Munzinger, Livia Szekely, Roy Holliday, Tom Lo-
coco, Mark Allen, Dave Folkert, Jim Holt, Judy Hope,
Marci Lawson, Jean Polhamus, Jeff Silberman, and
Students honored at the assembly Were: Lee Braly,
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L, , ' ng Spencer Harlow, Chuck Hope, Brian Jones,Joni Lawler,
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Dr, Crone greets dinner guests. Nw ,
Junior Honor Society inductees take oath.
Students, parents, and teachers enjoy dinner at Bahia Hotel,
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OPEN END MEETS WITH REVEREND SANDVEN
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Dan Jones Mike Layton George Neves
Coach Glassey Steve DuPlessis Otto Hirr
Six man football made its debut at
Parker this year. As the season
progressed, our team became ac-
customed to the new rules and
strategy, and the games became
more exciting. A spirit bus
accompanied the team to Chadwick
for this game.
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Below, Scott Brown unloads against Poway
Christian, At right, Lancers wrap up Crusader
Brown is brought down,
Paul Zellman concentrates on kick,
End of the line for Layton
HCIVI ECOIVI ING '72
Preluded by a Homecoming Week in which anti-school-
spiriters were punished for their treasonous acts at a Kan-
garoo Court, the Homecoming Game was a culmination of
During Homecoming Week, football players ruled the
roost and were on the lookout for Parker no-no's. Of-
fenders were brought before the judges, senior football
players, by the other team members and appropriate
sentences were meted out,
On Saturday, a valiant effort by our team came to
naught as we lost to LJCD, 27-20. At halftime, Kelly
Luce was crowned queen by President of the Board, Mark
Rhoads, Judy Fabion and Livia Szekely were honored as
the two Homecoming Princesses.
Alumnus Walker Scott prepares to annoimce
Homecoming Court and Escorts.
Cheerful Cheerleaders during halftime,
The Court henchmen and willing UQ victims
Today Parker, tomorrow Vegas ?
Dr. Pronko executes a traditional move-
Takao Tomono dons his elaborate wig,
IN FALL ASSEMBLIES
Highlights of the assemblies were a talk by a former P, O,W, , the
Thanksgiving program, and a fascinating lecture-demonstration of Kabu-
ki, an unusual Japanese art,
Bob Chicca, who was on board the PUEBLO when it was captured by
North Koreans, told about his experiences. He illustrated his talk with
documents and pictures.
The Thanksgiving program at the Upper School was in the form of a
chapel service, Reverend Richard Duncan was the speaker, He is the
youth minister at the Kensington United Church of Christ. Andy Paine
sang and accompanied himself with the guitar and harmonica,
Dr, Leonard Pronko, a foremost authority on Kabuki, visited Parker
on December 1, with his assistant, Takao Tomono. They performed a
segment of the play "Benkei at the Bridge," after speaking on the art,
By putting on their outer garments and making up while Dr, Pronko
spoke, they were better able to illustrate the fundamentals of Kabuki,
At right, Rev. Duncan gives a
Thanksgiving message, Below,
Andy Paine entertains.
An ancient art enacted.
Today, fans, we have with us . . .
Visions of Christmas and a two week vacation danced in
the heads of Parker students, The first Christmas pro-
gram put on by the Upper School was a success. Every-
one from classes to choir got in on "the act, "
Organized by the High School Student Council, the pro-
gram consisted of three skits and several musical numbers,
The 7th grade presented "Jingle Bell Travelog, " and,
joined by 8th graders, sang several musical numbers,
Truly unique was the seniors' production of "The Night
Before Christmas, " to which they gave a humorous twist,
Juniors Roy Holliday and Carla Buchanan sang and acted
out "I Can't Dance, " The girls' choir harmonized beau-
tifully on Christmas songs.
The 7th and 8th graders Went roller skating on Decem-
ber 15th for their Christmas party, The day after, the 9th-
Grace, David, grace and talent!
12th grades held their annual Christmas dance at the Uni-
versity Club, sponsored by the Mothers' Club. "Power" y
supplied the music.
Do, re, mi-me-ME!!
Seniors ham it up - as usual!
PARKER HOSTS LEAGUE
Parker faced SDMA in the consolation round.
Parker hosted the Southern League Basketball Tournament this
year for the first time. From December 5 through 9, the teams
battled it out on the court, with the Army-Navy emerging victorious.
Having the tournament in our gym was beneficial to many. ASB
card-holders could watch the games at no charge. The seniors ran
a refreshment booth and made money for their year-end activities.
Parents and vis itors enjoyed exciting basketball in Parker's fine
With a strong possibility of having the tournament from now on,
students look forward to making money through concession stands,
and eliminating long bus trips to Ramona four days in a row,
Mr. Frost provided this board to keep fans posted
during the tournament.
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Mike Grone, manager, Dave Cook, Ted DuPlessis, Greg Pennington, Scott Brown, Chris Waddell, Robert Anderson, Pat Flynn, Jim
Ferrari, Gary Chlad, George Neves, Scott Collins, Coach Bennett.
Two for Ferrari!
Coach Bennett instructs team during time-out.
Ted shoots a. jumper.
Dave Cook goes up over Don Tavie.
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Fumble or first down?
Scott Brown gets the tip,
Chlad rebounds against Borrego,
Vic Roberts readies for rebound as Mike Farley shoots jumper. Tom Halvel-Stadt guns against S.D.M,A.
Kneeling: Joe Bagnall, Steve Sourapas, Jack Laux, Art Flores, Wes Cramer. Standing: Coach Siunmers, Jon Licht, Tom
Halverstadt, Mike Farley, Paul Zellinau, Jim Cooper, Vic Roberts, Robert Waddell, Roy Holliday, Carl DuPlessis, Not
Pictured: Mike Devin, Dan Jones,
7TH AND 8TH GRADE
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Kneeling: Bob Devin, Sean McGee, Mike McCuen, Chuck Hope, Mike Sourapas, Spencer Harlow, Ted Nothorn, Standing:
Steve DuPlessis, Mike Crone, Matthew Zedaker, Greg Crippen, Robert Mitrovitch, Steve Barrett, Mark Oemcke, Coach
Glassey. Not Pictured: Jake Russell, Tom Rutherford,
Lancers await tip against Patriots,
Parker's youngest cagers listen to Coach Glassey.
Kneeling: Jean Marsch, Rosalind Ragsdale, lst row: Hilary Hanafin, Livia Szekely, Lori Rollins,
Elizabeth Waddell. 2nd row: Dione Brooks, Heidi Munzinger, Andrea Scott, Kelly Luce, Mrs. O'
C'mon, Ros, you can do it!
Heidi, Dione, Carla, Andrea, and Kathy
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CAREX FREE GUIVI
THE SCIENCE FAIR
There was an amazing difference in the amount of student
participation in the Science Fair and the Carei'fFree Gum
Parker's Science Fair was to be held on February 22, but
only Roy Holliday, junior, and Mike Devin, freshman,
entered high school projects. Therefore, the official judges
didn't come, and Parker was not represented in the Greater
San Diego Science Science Fair this year.
On the other hand, students Went all out on the Care"4Free
Gum contest. A massive effort by students and teachers
showed Parker spirit at its best. At one time, the paper
cutters couldn't keep up with the demand for 3"x5" cards on
which to write the magic words. Dr. Crone even designated
a special assembly period March 14 for the project. By the
end of the contest, Parker people had written "Carei"Free
Gum" 233, 700 times! First prize was 8500. 00 and a concert
by the Grass Roots.
Keep on cuttin'. The Magic Words
Award winning science projects by Roy Holliday, Mike Devin, LaTanya Squires, and Kirsten Hedin.
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Kneeling: Mike Sourpas, Jim Ferrari, Ted DuPlessis, George Neves, Scott Collins, Tom Bobczynski, Joe Bagnall,
David Lasry. Standing: Coach Glassey, Alan Sheldon, Mike Farley, Kurt Eberhardt, Robert Anderson, Paul Zellman,
Robert Waddell, Greg Pennington, Scott Brown.
1st row: Mike Crone, David Durrill, Pat Flynn, Victor Roberts, Jim
Ferrari, Robert Waddell, Hunt Braly, Gregg Bartell, Roy Ehlers,
Coach Summers. 2nd row: Dan Jones, Mike Layton, Wes Cramer, Chris
Waddell. 3rd row: Chris Kneib, Doug Carter. 4th row: Howard Eddy,
Alex Szekely, Mike Farley, Greg Harris, Todd Pratum. Not pictured:
Steve Barrett, Tom Bobczynski, Scott Brown, Robert Anderson, Gary
Chlad, Jon Licht, Alan Sheldon.
Tracksters run a brisk workout.
Up and over!
1st row: Roy Holliday, Hale Maher, Scott Collins, Scott Brown. 2nd row: Coach Freer, Chris Kneib, Art Flores,
Larry Bernstein, Mike Devin, Howard Kennedy, Jeff Brandon. 3rd row: Dave Cook, Jim Ferrari, George Turner,
Gary Chlad, Keith Kaufman.
Mike Devin stretches to make a return.
Too close for comfort.
Hale works on perfecting his
Our newly-formed girls' basketball team was in-
experienced but very enthusiastic. Coached by Pat
Flynn, they showed steady improvement as the season
The girls' first game was a tough one against LJCD,
Kneeling: Almeda Lynn, Bobbie Wellman, Hilary Hanifin, Renee Rustad, Rosalind Ragsdale, Carla Shestag.
Standing: Elizabeth Waddell, Lori Fisher, Kathy Pavel, Kelly Luce, Jill Goodwin, Marci Lawson.
In May, Parker High drama students staged "Our Town'
by Thornton Wilder under the direction of Mrs. Wolf The
play revolves around life in Grovers' Corners, a small
New Hampshire town, and emphasizes the value of the
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Mrs. Gibbs .......
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George Gibbs ....
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smallest events in daily life.
Mike Layton, Rath Webster
Livia Szekely and Laurie
Mike Layton, Donna Gibson
Linda Woodle, and Rath Webster
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Skiers take off for Mission Bay.
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