Francis Parker High School - Cavalcade Yearbook (San Diego, CA)
- Class of 1977
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CAVA CADE 1977
by the Associated Student Body
Francis W. Parker High School
6501 Linda Vista Road
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Seniors . . . 8
Underclassmen . . . 16
Sports . . . 38
F acultyf Administration . . . 62
Activities! Organizations . . . 70
Patrons . . . 82
Advertisements . . . 84
A man who admires Renaissance men and in many ways is one
himself, is esteemed by those he helps prepare for college.
This teacher was born in Inglewood, California, but soon after his
birth, the family moved to Trona, California, where he spent 13 years
of his childhood. He was next to the youngest in a family of six
His father worked in a chemical plant at Trona. When he died, the
family moved to San Bernardino where his mother worked in a
rectory as a cook until she retired last year. He went to Aquinas High
in San Bernardino where he admired Father KJV" Sullivan, another
After he graduated from Aquinas, he received a scholarship to go
to the University of San Diego where he majored in history and
minored in political science and philosophy. Two important professors
in his life at that time were Dr. Braniss and Dr. Gilbert, at USD,
To earn money for his schooling he worked for an insurance
company for a year. He also worked as a night watchman. He felt the
jobs were not suited to him so he went to University High to teach.
He graduated from USD in 1966. In 1967 he married Diane
Schmeits and a year later alson Kurt was born. Kurt was followed by
a sister Colleen in 1973.
This teacher joined Parker's history department in 1970 and also
coached football his first two years. He had played quarterback in
high school as well as baseball. At University High he had coached
water polo. He feels coaching is not for him.
He is at home in the classroom where he enjoys teaching history
and humanities and taking the students on cultural fleld trips. He also
likes to teach all of his students to think for themselves. He is fond of
quoting one of his heroes,xThomas Jefferson.
Parker is suitable for him because he is free to teach what he
wants. He feels the class sizes are right for teacher-student rapport.
His hobbies are: Western art, history, sculpture and writing.
He believes in diligence, a favorite quotation of his is: HFor with
slight efforts, how should one obtain great results? It is foolish even
to desire it."-Euripides
With pride, a smile, and a handshake, we dedicate the 1977
CAVALCADE to the man in the hat - Dave Russell.
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We are presenting this year's CAVALCADE with a theme
of Faces and Feelings. You will notice that this year there
are many new faces on the pages of the book-Parker's
enrollment is up not only because of new seventh graders,
but also because of many additions at upper levels.
The feelings of the students at Parker can be expressed
in individual ways or in group situations. A cheerleader's
mood of anticipation as her team receives a kickoff can be
matched with the team's mood of jubilation as they score
a touchdown, and misgivings of a seventh grader as he
begins his first day at the upper school can be equated to a
senior's anxiety as he prepares to enter college.
A most important event of 1976-77 was the
accreditation of Parker by WASC, or Western Association
of Schools and Colleges. This evaluation was done by giving
the students questionnaires on the school and by having
the faculty, administration, and service people write
lengthy reports on all of the school life. This accreditation
was climaxed by a visit from WASC representatives in
lVlarch. The accreditation should prove valuable to Parker,
through the analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of
A phenomenon of 1976-77 was Parker's Ubaby boom."
lVlr. and lVlrs. Corbln's son appeared on the scene for
Thanksgiving. On Jan. 5 lVlrs. Rogers had a baby girl and
lVlrs. Cheskaty had a boy a few hours later. The next day
lVlrs. Pooch gave birth to a little boy.
We would like to thank our industrious staff, our literate
contributors, our busy photographers, our illustrious
advisor lVlrs.'Spain, and professional photographer Tony
Francis, and special thanks to lVlr. Galyan and Otto Hirr for
building us an excellent darkroom. We would also like to
thank all of our generous patrons and advertisers for their
much needed financial help.
Below left and above, industrious editors Alex lVlayer and Maxine
Fuentes study yearbook material. Below, an important part of making
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To the Class of 1977: You are the largest senior class in
Parkens dxty-hve year hmtory Thus,rnore of you have
contnbuted Uothe growth and developnwent ofthe schoo
than fonner graduahng dasses You have perforn1ed weH
acadenncaHy,rnade a Qgnihcant nwark on the schooVs
athledc successes and provided quahtyleadershipin aH
phases ofschoolHfe.CoHeges have achvew sought your
apphcahons and your coHege adnnssions prohleis
connnendable.You have a pracUcalincHnaUon in your
future plans Qnce you have selected coHeges ohering
You've had good dass spint,enjoyed your fun thnes Cat
the beachL and have exhibned nwature judgenwentin
managing school affairs.
As Ihstthese accon1pHshn1ents and as you read thern Uf
anyone reads the Headrnaters hAessagel,I think you have
muchto beproud ofand we attheschoolareindebtedto
you for what you have given to Parker. However, I sense
that as a group, you are inclined to sell yourselves short as
far as your Parker successes are concerned and the
brightness of your future. YOU NEED NOT DO SO! I feel
conhdentthatin yourindnndualfutures,thereis asrnuch
success and happiness ahead as there has been in your
years at Parker
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LAURA SUSAN ALMOUR
Sue . . . hopes to be a resort manager . . .
hopes never to be without friends . . . can't
stand boring classes, phony people, or math . .
.San Diego on a clear day. . . sunrise. . Mrs.
RMC. . . milk. . . idolizes Winnie the Pooh...
lying on a sunny beach . . . BB, DB, LA, SKB,
DM, JT, SO IThanks to alll . . . SILK
DEGREES by Boz Scaggs . . . GORILLA . . .
100 yd. dash . . .the twins... L.A.w!LA,..
:rl i9!11-9!22l . . . blink , . . loves mom,
stickball, partying I6!15, 7!31, 12!2Ol . . .
cosmic man . . . this is Sue. . . writing notes
during lectures . . . movies w!B . . . llaccept
people as they are". . . Mrs. Brown . . . T2 ..
.Europe '74 . . . Leadville '75 . . . Hana '76 ..
.Bolvill '77 . . . 'IThe things I hear and seel!".
. , Let us be thankful for the fools. But for
them the rest of us could not succeed." f
Santos. . .hopes to be a prominent engineer
and have a big ranch and a lot of horses . . .
hopes not to die . . . can't stand lazy horses
and low riders . . , Russell and Ghironi . . .
Pancho's Place. . . enchiladas . . . dancing . . .
UJay". . .Grace Slick. . . GODFATH ER I and
II , . . idolizes Zeus. . . Sylvia, Blanca, Mama,
Ana . . . 'II don't know" . . . stand on my
hands . . . "One for all and all for one" . . .
loves Donothuis, Mama, 'lLlano", and playing
piano . . . 'lNever lend your women, rifle, or
horse" . . . night . . . San Francisco '66 . . .
Track and Field . . . San Francisco. . . llBut I
really had better go and bathe so that the
women may not have the problem of washing
my body when I am dead."-Socrates
ROBERT RICHARD BAGNALL
Bags. . .hopes to make it big and be happy..
. can't stand leprosy, class or socks . . . Mr.
Volker . . . Pat's and D.C. Jr.'s . . .weekends
were made for M . . . Basin, T2, Black's . . .
partying, extinguishing fires . . . llFree Bird" ..
.THE OMEN . . . idolizes O07 and James West
WANNA . . . UTS!" ...GDD . .. M is for the
many things she gave me . . . llIt's your life ..
.so take it to the limit" . . . Whompin' . ..
watching llSaturday Night Live" at M's . , .
Farrah Fawcett. . .The Heep. . .4 wheelin'.
..llParty it up and live it down" . . . Portrero.
. . Beer Bob. . . Sally Smith . . . J.M. in
reverse. . . shboys . . . hunting hat. . . Organ
Power without M . . . llWith a friend at hand
you will see the light. If your friends are there,
everything's alright." -B.T.
MILLARD JOHN JAMES COVER
Millard . . . hopes to be a teacher,
veterinarian, or a psychologist , , . hopes not
to live in Los Angeles . . . can't stand essays,
my jokes, nagging, or Monday mornings . . .
Corbin.. .Wyoming and Montana . . .Tacos .
. . sleeping . . . listening to music . . . llQueen
of the Forest 'I by Ted Nugent . . .THE
LONGEST YARD. . . idolizes John Fogerty and
Jack Nicholson . . . llAsk me ifI care" . . . Zits
...llBabies on Fire". . . Hamburger Brothers
..."To be interesting you've got to be weird."
. . . loves spending money. . . Ulf you screw
up, forget it, who cares"fEVERYONEl . . .
morning . . . early evening , . . entering and
leaving Parker... Harold in P,E .... llI'm not
afraid to die, I just don't want to be there
when it happens."-Woody Allen
ELISA VICTORIA BARTLETT
Yaz . , . hopes to be remembered, to love and
be loved . . . hopes never to be second best , . .
can't stand frustration and insecurity . . . Mr.
Volker , . , Mrs. Barrett IILYI . . . Corby and
Co .... My Journal . , . llTiny Dancer" by EJ .
. . III can't do that" , . . Nov. 2, 1970 . . .
idolizes MUSK OIL , , . Puzo . . . Michael
Corleone . . . I adore my sexy supertaco . . , Al
Pacino... Edgar Allan Poe... 425 . ..
"Thank God for Mr. Russell!" . , .Teddy . . .
Banana throwing . . . 'lIt's funny how young
lovers start as friends"-B,T .... Honda Cars .
. .Dr. Frye . . . RW. . .the wisdom of Mother,
the patience of Ninny . . . USD on two hours
of sleep . . . Essays at 4 a.m .... SSLM . . .
Math? . . . Some men see things as they are
and say why-I dream of things that never
were and say why not."wRobert Kennedy
MICHAEL EATON CRONE
Croner . . . hopes to be a successful person . .,
hopes not to be a failure . . . can't stand stuck
up chicks. . . Mrs. Corbin . . . Mr. Lipman . . .
My bed CI like to sleep a lot? . . . stewfatho . ..
working on cars . . , llGet The Funk Out Of My
Face". . . many. . . B.S, walks and money
talks . . . Dyslexia. . ,Red Hair. . .football . . .
after dark . . . giving swirly . . . Southern
:Teague Champs , . . I'Variety is the spice of
SCOTT LOWELL BENNETT
Scott. , . can't stand Brussel sprouts and liver
. . .chocolate milk . . . idolizes Robert Blake
and Farrah Fawcett. . . loves playing football
and tennis lbasketball?l . . . 6th period rock
outs . . .the basin , . . Hey Vow!!! . . , Let's go
out and get some pizza. . . I'lI let you go . , ,
Harvey , . . a new school record . . .ticklish . .
.head!? . . . really wired at the beginning . . .I
smell clutch . . . the Mazda's dirty. . .TN . . .
Saturday Night at the Mov lil es. . . 14 . . ,
Want some gum? . . . Submarines? Where? ..
.offroad ...Want something? . . . a senior?.
, . my middle name was going to be Oliver. . .
Later. , . S.B .... 'lThere are two paths you
can go by, but in the long run there's still time
to change the road you're on."fRobert Plant
MAXINE ELIZABETH FUENTES
Max. . .hopes to own a limegreen 450SL with
20-200 glass . . . hopes not to go gray, blind
or become something I'm not . , . can't stand
turnips, dumnkopfs or SK music. . , Mrs. C . .
.Alps . . . G. Pie . . . SOUND OF MUSIC..
TOMMY . . . CASABLANCA . . . ALL of
ELTON'S 135 . . , idolizes EHJ, SIR C, DF,
SUPERESIBAT, SH, 007, F, GGP, Brando,
Bogart, RB, JN . . . enravished by NJ, FF, MD,
GG, CD, ASB . . , admires RMN, RW, CJ, VG,
RM . . . 111-LB, Pirates, Vikes . . . traveling,
bowling, pinball, music, SPORTS . . .
Sombrero Man, Gaga, AM, SDPS8tmost of all
MOM-Thank You! . . . muck about crumpet ..
.JPS8tMP. . .antenna 8tHK-HLJ , ,,
innocencetitpalmistry-CRB . . . EvDon't
forget-You ain't seen nothin' yet!-IALY . . .
Extremist . . . llMake the most of yourself for
thats all there is to you."
JUAN CARLOS BLANCO
Carlos . . . hopes to live happy with a big
family . . . hopes not to fall and can't get up ..
.can't stand Mom's green beans . . . Mr,
Lipman . . . dirt. . . everything . . .
Motocrossing . . . uThick as a Brick" by Jethro
Tull. . . Carolina . . . nervous . , . loves
jumping, playing in the mud, my Suzie K . . .
evenings, summers of '75 and '76 . . .
llEverything here has been just ine" . . .
'lCaminante no hay camino, se hace camino al
andar caminante no hay camino, son tus
huellas el camino y nada mas."-Antonio
DAVID THOMAS GOULD
David . , . hopes to have the freedom to do
what I want , , . hopes not to become too
much of a hypocrite or be drafted . . , can't
stand water, intolerant people, listening to
records all the way through.. . Mr. Russell..
. Mrs. Corbin . . . Paris . . . Japanese Food . ,.
listening to records . . . uDon't Let It Bring
You Down" by Neil Young . , . DARK STAR ..
.idolizes Jesus Christ and Mohandas Ghandi.
. , R.B .... elephants. . . 'lThe Brabrogs are
disturbing my sleep again" . . . loves drawing .
. . The Grand Vizier . . . my pet monster. . .
TlNever do something today, because it will
ruin tomorrow." . . . 9th grade Christmas
Dance , . . being a senior was such a turn on-
getting out is even better . . . UI don't mean
any of this" . . . l'Insanity destroys reason, but
CYNTHIA RENEE BRYANT
Renee. . . hopes to have a successful career
and contribute to the welfare of society . . .
hopes not to stand back. . .fried shrimp 81
niet mignon . . , can't stand washing dishes or
doing housework . . . f'elephants" . . .
"tweezers" . . . Mrs. Moore, Corby, Mr.
Russell . . . l'Nights in White Satin" . . .
'tReasons". . .loves dancing, singing, running,
and being with friends . . . I'What's your
problem?" . . . uShut up" . . . Stevie Wonder.
,,R.M .,.. sugarless gum . . . HJ, D8tM-car.
.. MF8tM with welts 84 sand . . . HiYa! HiYa!
HiYa! . . . 6th gr. lost dress . . , Christmas
Dance '74 with D.G .,.. llbig shock" . , . first
girl on track . . . Winter Dance '76 . . . Thanks
Mom and Fatty for 13 yrs . . . l'No man was
ever endowed with a right without being at
the same time saddled with a
responsibility."-Gerald W. Johnson
GUY EDWARD HALAC
Skeeter , , . hopes to be wealthy and enjoy life
to its fullest. . . hopes not to go crazy . . . pair
of socks . . . can't stand Mullen's car or
writing essays. . . Uncle Russ and Mr. V . . .
Bedroom . . . Steak. . . Listening to my stereo
. . .Jeff Beck. . , Flyers , . . idolizes Charles
Bronson and George Carlin . . , Penny
Incident, death turn, Espresso . . . Ulf you
don't get caught then it's legal" . . . hockey . .
, evenings . . . Parker 500. . ,"Every person is
born to one possession which out values all
the othersfhis last breath."-M ark Twain
CHRISTIAN WARREN HALL
Stoneface . . . hopes to make it through
college. . . hopes not to be a vegetable or an
undie . . . can't stand Hanafin's shoes and
surfer chicks . . , Russell . . . the boat . . .
pizza , . . spinaker flying . . . meeting at the
basin . . . OMEN . . , idolizes Dean G. Gall
ifatherl . . , 'lThat cracks me up" . . . too
much done on lst. . . PDO not buy a '42 jeep"
. . . memory of Brigade after practice, Fiesta
Island . . . Pizza Face and 7-11 . . . love
cruisin' . . . l'A Mich in the hand is worth two
in the Cooler." . . .Ambassador Game . . .
Parker 500 . . . Espressos . . . going out with
the guys after a game . . . Football , . .The
Jeep . . .The Basin... B.E .... Mullen's car
reeks hard . . . 'lThere will be no free rides."-
MARK STEVEN LASER
Laz . . . hopes to be the richest man in the
world . . . can't stand to lose, smog, being
forced to do something, Newton's Ah-Woo yell
. . , Uncle Russ.. .back hills of Alpine . ..
pizza... Mexican food . . . Linda Ronstadt ..
.Johnny Cash ...THE STING . ..
Muhammad Ali .. . Lisa.. . Newt. . . Marilyn
Monroe . . . Wien Man, I know, Ya, It takes
two to tango . . . undies . . . Pls that you
Bob?" . . . Silver Train . . . Rita. . . l'Love
God, people and nature for they will love you"
. . . loves doing anything that's fun and
playing basketball and baseball . . . l'Live life
to its fullest, be an individualist, and be crazy"
...Dinner time, Party time and Skiing Time.
. . basketball . . . Presidio Bust . . . Beating
l.J.C.D ..,. 'lMake hay while the sun
JAMES TRUITT HANAFIN
Jim . . . hopes to own a TR-6 and be on the
Gong Show. . . hopes not to be an illegal alien
. . . can't stand bad drivers, getting-up too
early, socks without elastic . . .the History
Department. . . Hilton. . . Homogenized Milk
. . . Linebacking . . . uHarbor Lights" . . .
idolizes the Pillsbury Dough Boy . , . Bouchie,
Kirsten, Friends . . . llIt's pretty ugly" . . .
have wings will Hy . . . l'Keep your head on a
swivel" . . . loves lying in bed listening to the
radio and driving . . .Gusto . . . Being scrubs..
.L's 84 M . . . Perfume. . .You're gone...
Cow... Football... U.S. History. . . Even
Me? uEven you Halac" . . . Rudeness . . .
Friday Nites . . . Penny Incident . . .
Westbound on Balboa. . . etc. . . UI do not
believe in an afterlife although I am bringing a
change of underwear."-Woody Allen
MARCY ANNE MAHER
Marce . . . hopes to grow 4 or 5 inches and
always be happy. . . can't stand playing tennis
wfk, egos or mushrooms . . . Mr. Volker, ooh
la Ia . . . basin . , . T2 . . . singing in the rain
wfw . . . l'Saturday Nights Alright" . . .
SOUND OF MUSIC . . . mom and dad, thanks.
. . "Never heard the word impossible" , . .
strange noises in 0 . . . J's reverse . . .
abandon ship, Doc! . . . O.P. without M . . .
TAB, 77 calories , . . 5-2 . . , loves cheering, V-
ball and H's tennis . . .The Way. . . Sept. 3 . .
.moose . . . nighttime with Santana at K's . . .
B . . . homecomings . . . M's house . . . in the
park. . . Corbyx. . who pulled the fire alarm? .
. .friends . . . 'You've got to get up every
morning with a smile on your face and show
the world all the love in your heart."-Carole
BYRON WENDELL HARLAN
Mr. Chest. . .hopes to someday play bass for
Parliament. . . hopes never to lose his love for
music. . . can't stand La Jolla surfers or
David Gould's taste in music or TAB . . .
aboard the Mothership . . . Grape Crush,
Sorrento's pizza . . . playing on my bass . . .
llStretchin' Out Un a Rubber Bandl" . . . Let's
make it tonight, well I guess not. . , New York
Yankees-they'll win it all . . . idolizes Drew
Pearson and Bootsy Collins Che can really jam?
.. . Patricia, I love you so . . . llDon't mess
with this chest". . .skiing and listening to Dr.
Funkenstein . . . llWhen you mess with fire,
you get burnt." . . . Ulf you're feeling
mediocre, tell me, will you still smile?"-
JULIE LYNN MANSFIELD
Jules . . . hopes to be a linguist and travel
around the world . . . hopes not to be normal
or run out of TAB . . . Guadalajara, Mexico,
Mexican Food . . . watching old movies, going
to the beach, meeting people. . . GONE WITH
THE WIND. . . Gene Kelly. . . Earth, Wind,
and Fire my Celica. . . Mocha. . . Sags . . .
MF, LC, CD, Phil, the fabulous foursome . . .
mass hysteria. . . duck. . . Incognito . . . may
I have this dance? . . .are you loaded? . . .
Disneyland . , , guera . . , city zoo! . . . being
totally insane with Karen . . . M, D, L, J . . .
cheerleading . , . Homecomings . . . I'm old
enough to know better but too young to resist
..,fais ce que tu voudrias . . . sunset in
Puerto Vallarta. . . tlThe tragedy of life is not
that it ends so soon, but that we wait so long
to begin it."-Richard L. Evans
OTTO ALBERT HIRR, JR.
Toe . . . hopes to be an engineer, have friends
but stay an individual . . . hopes not to
become an isolatioist. . . can't stand Frank's
Porsche . , . Corbin . . . Summers . . . Pooch ..
, Point Loma. . . La Jolla. . . Liver sauteed in
onions and butter browned mushrooms . . .
working on my VW . 4 . jogging . . . Seals 84
Crofts, Chicago, AWB . .. PAPILLON ... OLD
MAN AND THE SEA... Betsy... Ribbet
Ribbet . . . Knee Deep. . .thinking of the
impossibles . . . loves doing anything that
requires a large resource of knowledge . . .
'lYou can always succeed if you try hard
enough". . . 6:00 a.m .... 12:10 p.m. . . . The
Jack Log . . . "Observe the turtle-he makes
progress only when he sticks his neck out
Iwhich is the only time he can get his throat
ALEX SIMON MAYER
Ex-Lax . , , hopes to be a NATLAMP writer
and get a fast car , . . hopes not to
compromise all of my life or die gloriously , . .
can't stand tapeworms or maggots . . . Mrs.
Corbin, Mr. Volker, and Mr. Russell , . .
Underwater . . . Jelly Beans and Popcorn . . .
listening . . . 'tMy Generation" by P.
Townshend . . .A CLOCKWORK ORANGE-
Anthony Burgess . . . idolizes Harry Reems,
James Hunt, Steve Prefontaine, Patty Hearst .
. . llEverybody, I love you!"-Stills . . .
QUADROPHENIA . . . nobody's home, Hello?
. . That's very nice. . . pencil tapping under
desk . . . snap, crackle, Hake . . . spastic . . .
loves running and the L.A. Dodgers . . . MJ
W! C.S.N.8.tY . . , sunsets. . . sunrises . . .
Europe '76 . . . my first day . . . Track Buses..
llHope I die before I get old,"-P, Townshend
HA'l'l'IE LAVON JOE
Hattie. . .hopes to travel and have a business
career. . . hopes not to become a bum . . .
can't stand homework, having to wake up
early or arguing. . . Mr. Russell . . . Mrs.
Corbin . . . beach . . . shrimp fried rice , . .
going to dances . , . 'lJust To Be Close To
You" by the Commodores. . . Brothers
Johnson... MURDER BY DEATH . , . D.C,B..
,.J.E.M .... PR. I have to tell you
something." . . . 'ttweezers" . . . l'elephants" .
. . 'tpicks" . . . loves singing, playing the
guitar, going to scary movies and reading
mysteries . . . t'Flowers in a field are
beautiful". . .Dany8tMcuIa , . . R.B, . , , Taco-
P.-car . . . perfect disguise. . , D,M,C,K , . .
learn protein . . , MF and Satre . . .Winter
Dance '76 .. . hustle. . . "All things come
round to him who will but wait."-Henry
ROBERT PREDRAG MITROVICH
Metro. . . hopes to be rich and successful . ..
hopes not to be a Republican or bet on many
Charger games . . . can't stand Mexican food
and science majors . . . Mr. Russell . . , Mr.
Volker... Beach . . . Stadium . . . Arena . ..
pizza. . . UToo High" by Stevie Wonder. . .
THE STING . . . THE GODFATHER . ..
BANANAS. . . SLEEPER . . . PLAY IT AGAIN
SAM . . . idolizes Harry Truman and Thomas
Jefferson . . .Woody Allen , . . Mel Brooks , ..
Humanoid . . . "The thing is..." . . . If you
believe in what you are doing, you will do it
weIl" . . , l'Do what is right for yourself" . . .
Alka Seltzer. . . 'lMan is the only animal that
laughs and weeps for he is the only animal
that is struck by the difference between what
things are and what they ought to be,"-
BRIAN ROBERT JONES
BJ . . . hopes to always live near the water . . ,
hopes not to be a history major or go to Mesa
College. . . Volker, Rex. . .the beach, day or
night... living, swimming, sailing . ,.
extinguishing . . . l'White Bird" . . . DEVIL IN
MISS... SHAFT . . . J. and everybody . . .
Wake up, class is over . . . Gdd . . . All right
take your seats-Where to? . . , water polo , . .
'lGo for the best or don't go at all'l . . .
weekends, sunrise . . ,Organ Power without M
. . . Donuts on the football held . . .
Guadalajara . . . 'lTake away the motive and
you take away the sin."-Miguel de Cervantes
BILL VINCENT MULLEN
Bill . , . hopes to stay happy and live in
Southern California . . . hopes not to host
llBowling For Dollars" or major in Physics. ..
can't stand slow drivers, short hops and
egomaniacs . . . Mrs. B and Uncle Russ , . .
sunny days, T2 and M.B., cheesecake,
Whompin' and Swoopin' . . . 'lYou Can't Hide
Love" by Earth Wind and Fire , . . THE
EXORCIST . . . idolizes Dr. J and the Pink
Panther. . . l'That's rude" . . . Cow, B's, the
Penny Incident, full blown essay, Party
Hearty, The Love Wagon . . . llYou only go
around once" . . . Fridays and Saturday
Nights.. .The Basin. .. 10th grade baseball,
6-0. .. 'lYou will End peace of mind when you
look way down in your heart and soul. Don't
hesitate because the world seems cold. Stay
young at heart."-M. White
BRYAN KENT NEWTON
Newt. . . hopes to be happy and have a
fulfilling life . , . hopes not to conform to
others' standards . , . can't stand moles . . .
Uncle Russ, Corbean, Dexter, Lipman . . . O.B.,
Colorado . . . Mexican food . . .chocolate chip
cookies. , . Body Whomping . . . "Color My
World" . , . GORILLA by James Taylor. . .
L.M., Lazy, Umpy, Bob, Thanks G and C . . .
llYou're crazy," ah-Woo, Come awn now! . . ,
E.T. and the P tree . . .the kow . . . Colorado
Kid . . . loves writing, music skiing, reading,
tennis, B-Ball, CIF rrl. . . l'Smile, be honest,
be'yourself" . , . "Prove it" . . , Storm Waves,
Whomping at night , . . ltMeddle with no
man's conscience, especially your own, for the
convictions of the mind are sacred."AB.K.N. .
. . llSeek and ye shall find,"
Tanaz . . . hopes to be a good friend to
everyone... hopes not to hurt people or be a
bore . . . reptiles and insects texcept
butterfliesl ...my parents.. , all my teachers
at Francis Parker. . .anywhere as long as I'm
with friends . . .enjoys reading, drawing,
listening to music and dancing . . . 'lMichelle"
by the Beatles. . . novels and biographies . ..
loves badminton, table tennis, chess and
teasing people . . . 'lWe have to learn to live
and not just exist. Take an interest in what
goes on around you and the people" , , .
sunrise and sunset. . . llThe first day in Parker
is one of the days of my life I shall never
forget. Everyone was iand still is? unbelievably
kind." . . . not fond of horror movies . . .
llTreat people as you would have them treat
THEODORE JEFFREY NOTHORN
Ted . . . hopes to be a successful doctor and
enjoy life . . , hopes not to die young . . . can't
stand old lady drivers, cold weather, the
Dodgers, homework or Neil Sedaka . . . Corbin
.. . backpacking in the High Sierras . . .
German chocolate cake . . . sports . . . "Nights
in White Satin"-the Moody Blues. . , THE
LORD OF THE RINGS, THE HOBBIT by
Tolkien . . . idolizes Spiderman and Paavo
Nurmi . . . T8tT . .. llDifferent strokes for
different folks" . . .gardening service . . .Tad
Steinbeck. . . pole vaulting . , . loves running,
go-karting, movies, tlChicago" and playing
tennis . . , t'The Doc is no more" . . ,
Christmas Dance. . .the llFlame" . . . swirlies
...stickball . . . '76 Cross Country . . . Parker
track-mile Bt 2 mile . . . alright-now look . ..
llHe conquers who endures."-Persius
ELON FRANK TALIAFERRO
Farkle , . . hopes to become a successful
businessman and enjoy life to its "fullest" . ..
hopes not to get killed . . . can't stand
homework and reloading . . . Mr. Summers . .
, likes Mammoth Mt., steak and skiing . . .
't1984" by David Bowie . . . ltVienna Strauss
Waltz" by Johann Strauss . . . BLAZING
SADDLES , . . SILENT MOVIE . . . idolizes O07
... Kari Nansen . . . ltdon't worry about it" .,
.llde Fodas" . . .fast cars and fast boats. . .
llCerveza" . . . going out with Kari . . .
anything to do with guns. . . going for the de
Fodas . . . 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m .... traveling
to Mammoth tin the back of the busl . . .
...Fair . , . ULive life to its fullest every day
of your life,"
MARK ERICH OEMCKE
Umpk . . . hopes to own a Chevy Cheyenne
4x4, catch a blk. marlin . . . hopes not to live
inland or eat Rocky Mtn. Oysters . . . can't
stand losing tAmbassadorl . , . idolizes Ernest
Hemingway, Robert Conrad . I .the beach,
mtn. cabin . . . sunrise to sunrise.. . hunting,
fishing . . , Mr. Volker. . . Julie, Scott, Newt,
Las.. . Big Blue, a little chew . , . pizza 84
Fosters . . . l'Lay Lady Lay" . . . Stevland
Morris . . . heavy frisbee, "A punch in the
nose," It's so nice out. . . off roading,
roundup, victories, extinguishing tires, 110
m.p.h., sneaking out the back door, A Sunday
in the mtns . . . loves M.D.D., the deep blue
brine, riding a dirty, silver Suzuki . . . Be
happy, live life . . . t'Before the gates of
excellence the high Gods have placed
,g:,, -N X
SCOTT JAMES ORR
Scott. . , hopes to be a prominent lawyer . ..
hopes not to be behind a desk eight hours a
JOHN AGOSTINO RIPPO
friends, knowledge and Smoneyis . . . hopes
THOMAS WARD RUTHERFORD
Rip . , . hopes to always be secure in wealth of Tom . . . hopes to know where he IS and lf not
hopes it's on the coast , hopes not to be
day - A - CHFIW Stand 1999 Yepaif' bills and not to be a pilot for Aerflot . , . can't stand stuck alone inthe desert can t stand
crutches - 4 4 HIQU 5l9YYf3S, DGBCH 4 - 4 Dl2Zf3 - - - decrepit English teachers . . . steak , , . undependability and triviallty Pa s Bob s
four-wheeling, hunting , . . llJust You Nl lVle" building things useful and lasting . , . 8tTad's , , . hshing any time Free Bird
. . . Nlark . . . idolizes parents. . . heavy
frisbee, I think I'll leave it out , . , loves T.N. ..
t'Rhapsody in Blue" by Gershwin . . .
fascinated by Sherlock Holmes . , . Jesus
The SHOW and late night WGS 4 - . basketball 4 Christ on a bicycle! . . . I write with a fountain
4.SurlSet4 4 4 llByr0n St-'Z beach D3l'tl95l Sixth pen, draw everything I can . . . t'Try like hell to
Grade Camp, uTirrlber Wolf" . . , "If you can win, but don't cry if you lose" , . 4 loves
trust yourself when all men doubt you, if you
can dream and not make dreams your master,
Yours is the earth."-Rudyard Kipling
drawing, doing anything intricate , . , lll.et
people think you're the bloody idiot you're
pretending to be, The element of delayed
surprise is not without virture" . . . sixth grade
movie . , . UA man begins to lose his
individuality when he becomes too popular
among his peers,"4Wilbug Bright
lVlany unique faces with individual personalities . . .their contributions will remain.
. , K,W .4.. HI feel like I m ln a movie
Spanish peanuts . . , Tony the Tiger
looks quite tasty" , . . loves body surhn not
body whompin', B and V-ball Get your
balance then go for it" . 6 20 so OB be
there . . , Saturday nights at the Basin
The Krug in Doc's class , , stay on the coast'
. . . t'There's a moment coming it s stlll ln the
future, hold on, Oh No, we ve missed It
Juniors Get Shaky
Near Top of Ladder
The highly spirited juniors added more than just
life to the Parker campus this year. lVlany became
fully aware of their academic life stimulated
especially by the various college reps who were able
to get them moving in the search ofthe right college
and get them out of many classes. Their academics
were also stimulated by lVlrs, Corbln's talent for
teaching and being able to take up half the period by
talking about her "olden days." It was an enjoyable
class , . . even if she is so short.
Even though one more year has put a damper on
the juniors' rowdiness, there are times when their old
spirit still breaks through. They can be seen dancing
to classes, singing the newest songs and adding life
lVlost of them are looking forward to another year
at the old Parker homestead, and adding a touch of
class to the class of '78,
Right, Otto Eros concentrates on homework.
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Above, Jocelyn Guiles, Denise Bailey and Leesie Assam enjoy chatting in history class. Right, a
smiling Tara Nelson makes her way to class.
Above, Cliff Treais relaxes on the grass during a football game as
Marguerite Rossis tries to read in the hot September sun.
Sophomores Stress Scholarship, Spirit, Sports
The class of '79 is a mixed bag of personalities
and ambitions. Interests range from auto
mechanics to zoology. lVlany are active in sports
and they stand out in academics especially. At fre
Honor Society dinner held in October more
sophomores were honored than any other class
ts t lVlany worked on the newspaper and the creative
lm tt! writing magazine. They all showed a superior
'N ei it t"i amount of spirit during Homecoming week.
lVlany in this close knit group of 10th graders
Jtt have been togethensince their lower school days
it Sophomores move up through their high school
,Xi WW years and look forward to being the largest
graduating class yet.
Above, Jay Plaehn says hello in his unique way. Above, Cathy Vafis types diligently as an ever threatening
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Senior High Life
This year's freshman class feels they are refreshingly
original. They are of a mixed variety, capable of expressing
a wide selection of emotions at a single time. No one
characteristic stands out by itself: they are an unusually
well blended sort. They are sensitive to life, and respect it.
This class definitely has the HSpark of Divine Fire" which
glows brighter and with more intensity as each year
progresses. Their standards are set high, but whatever
paths they choose, they will do well in their journey
"To be or not to be" is not a problem to them, they
At right, Bruce Jackson, Steve Carey, Curt Ittner and Tony Ryan talk
things out on a warm afternoon.
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of writing a term paper from Mr, O'Rourke.
Class Braces U
For High School
The eighth graders are very vivacious and often smiling.
Since this is the brace stage, many of these smiles are
backed up with braces.
But these young teenagers have a serious side to them
behind those smiles. A whole class of them took Algebra I,
and many improved their reading in the Brown Reading
Course. Because it was an election year, the eighth grade
had the advantage of learning more about politics than
usual. In their own election, Sandy Iverson became the
second girl president ofthe junior high student council.
To use up some of their excess energy, they planned
interesting games nights and became more involved in
The class of '81 was Hbracing" up for high schooll
At right, eighth grade girls Find Parker's new menu tasty.
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Above, eighth grade boys watch as IVIr. Summers creates a new form of life
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Gabe Zatarain, David lVIcLean,
Scott lvlaches, and Kim Theilig
surround lVlr. Kerkering as they
wait apprehensive-ly for their
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7th Grade Tykes
The seventh grade class, largest at
Parker upper school, is comprised of 40
lower school graduates and 21 new
The llpea-greens" did a good job
adjusting to homework, tests, the
responsibility of having lockers and getting
to classes on time.
The seventh grade enjoyed different
school activities such as game nights,
football, basketball and baseball games.
The spirit of the seventh grade was really
exhibited at these sports events and
especially during spirit week.
With the hrst year behind them, these
enthusiastic people look forward to the
second rung of the ladder.
At left, Suzanne Turner and Mary Jane Buck take on
their new responsibilities with a smile.
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Above, seventh grade girls Cathy Denton, Marie Wexo, Cleo Van Doren, Elizabeth Reid, Sue Rutherford, Leslie King,
Julie Field, Nancy Harrington, and Jessica Sheridan gather to express feelings on a hot day.
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Pesquiera, Kent Jones, an anonymous leg, and Jaime Cruz enjoy their new locker privileges, At
right, Peter Krause, Jennifer Jenkins, and Mike Collins finally get to the head ofthe lunch line.
Opposite page, seventh graders play hard in "Luncheon Bowl."
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and lVlrs. Styles look on.
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Here We Come!
International Women's year was
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preparation for seventh grade with
great stress on responsibility and
independence. The highlights ofthe
year were sixth grade camp at
lVlataguay and the end ofthe year
party. Look out upper school, here
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llfleadows study their spelling words. Right,
sixth graders Andrea Dahlberg, Robert
Palmer, Patty Drane, Stephen Vafis and lVlrs.
Brown enjoy a relaxed atmosphere for
learning, Far left, Ty Keith, Andrew Hawes,
Lisa Rathjen, Beth Brown, Sheryl Kauth and
Lynn Fowler have become close friends in
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Homecoming, October 29, 1976, took a different twist
this year with the game and dance being held on a
Friday. This change did not at all effect the impact of
the Lancer football strength as they destroyed Marshal
27-O. However, it did affect the attendance of alumni.
There were fewer Parker graduates than ever before.
After this homecoming victory, the HMonster Mash"
Dance was held at the lower school and was a smashing
success featuring the top-notch band, uWisdom."
Spirit week was sponsored by the senior high girls'
league this year. Such activities as Western Day, Fifties
Day, Flower Day and Clash Day kept the spirit strong.
To end the week, the girls' volleyball team played the
faculty and won two out of the three games. This was
the week prior to Halloween which added even more
Halftime festivities were full of color. Balloons filled
the air. Anticipating students, faculty, parents, and
alumni stood around the stands and sidelines as Tara
Nelson was crowned Homecoming Queen with Steve
DuPlessis as Head Escort. Julie Mansfield, Kent
Newton, Mary Day Dewart, and M-ark Oemcke made up
the honored court.
At right, Tom Gildred crowns Queen Tara Nelson. Above, the
Homecoming Court: Julie Mansheld, Kent Newton, Steve DePlessis,
Tara Nelson, Mark Oemcke, and Mary Day Dewart.
Top left, various "greasers" and 'lchicks" gather around
NIr.l.ipman for advice on how to be "cooI." Top right, two
cowgirls take a siesta. Middle, from left to right, Barrie
Berg, Carol Leonard, Rebecca Smith, and Teresa Pesquiera
model their Clash Day outfits, and IVlr, Giraud shows off his
50's Day garb. Bottom, left to right, Andi Kaufmann readies
for the last roundup, as pioneer Judy Kincaid takes a rest
from the wagon train on Western Day. Above, spirit banner
provides backdrop for cowpoke's chow time.
What It Takes! if
Football . . . basketball . . . summer practices . . . cheer
camp. . . new chants, cheers and uniforms . . . daddy. . .
Southern League Tourney. . . going on a lion hunt. . . a X" A
young squad. g
Cheer camp at UCSD in August was the biggest help in fl"
developing the varsity squad. The first day we began to rw, .gi
straighten out the many differences between us. After a A
healthy Hare of tempers and a total failure in the iirst . . 4 ,
evaluation, we began to develop as a unified squad instead
of five separate individuals. 1' 4 ' W
The varsity cheerleaders had a spirited year of new and 7 'Y
exciting experiences. IVlade up of four underclassmen and
only one senior, with different personalities and some very large appetites, the group gained many memories. They'll
never forget Lisa's big mouth, Joce's agility, Karen's
Lancer locomotive, Chris' cheer: t'We've got what it takes"
and lVIarcy'S TAB addiction. l'l fii' A
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Right ltop to bottomb, Lisa Cook, Marcy Maher, Jocelyn Guiles, Karen
Reavis, and Chris Trepte. Below right, Karen, Jocelyn and Chris shout
encouragement. Below left, the girls show their enthusiasm, Below, the
varsity cheerleaders stir up Lancer spirit at a football game.
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It Was "Funtastic!"
Five unique personalities comprised the JV cheerleading
squad. Although they had some misunderstandings during
the year, everything always worked out.
No one will ever forget yelling 'ltake that ball away"
when actually Parker had the ball, or baking cookies for
the team, and then forgetting to bring them.
The people in the ofhce must have gotten sick of
watching the girls practicing their cheers in front of the
building. It meant that not only the cheerleaders but also
the office staff knew the cheers for the next game.
Because of the formation of the JV football team the
girls were able to participate in supporting both the JV and
varsity teams as they did during basketball season.
Altogether it was a llfuntastic" year.
Left ltop to bottoml, Diane and Pam lead a cheer, everyone gets into the
act, the squad lleft to rightbz Glynnette Kosmas, Pam Guiles, Laura Wolf,
Diane DuPlessis, and Courtney Field. Below, the JV in formation.
arsity Completes Winning Season
Pictured above Cback rowl Coach Cook, Coach Volker, Chris Hall LM, Mark Oemcke FB, LB, Jay Plaehn LE, Byron Harlan RE, LB4 Scott
Bennett FB, DE, Mike Crone QB, DE, Mark Laser QB, DB, Coach Ghironi. Front row, Jim Hanahn LM, LB, Cliff Treais HB, DB, Guy Halac
LE, Keith Wickman LM, Mike Sourapas HB, DB, Bill Osborn HB, DB, Ken Crone LM, Joth Layton LM, Jim Crawford RE.
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27- O Marshall
52- 8 Marshall
Even though the 1976 Lancers were minus a league
to compete in they still displayed their excellence by
ending 5 1 O and acquiring a number five rating for all
The Lancer grldders experienced one of the toughest
schedules ever Their only loss was suffered at
Ambassador Christian rated number two in the state, in
the last fifteen seconds of the game
Jim Hanahn was selected as MVP for the year.
Hanafin was also recognized as Top Defensive Player for
his consistent tackling and heads-up play at linebacker,
and he shared captain's honors with Mark Oemcke.
Oemcke was also voted Most Inspirational Player. Mike
Crone and Mike Sourapas were voted as Top Offensive
Players of the year. Crone, at quarterback, aggressively
piloted the Lancers. Sourapas, at tailback, was leading
ground gainer and scorer for the Lancers. The players
gave their all in every game,
Homecoming was traditionally victorious for the
Lancers as they shut out the Marshall Eagles 27-0,
before an enthusiastic crowd.
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Pictured above lback rowl Coach Cookg Coach Volkerg Jim Ilko LEg Tony Williams LMg Byron Gwinn FB, LBg Bill Helwig QBg Alex Vargas LlVl
Ramon lozada LlVlg Andy Almour HB Chris Todd DB5 Mark Clifton Cy John Mansfield LlVl lVlatt Bradaric LlVl
For the first time in Parker history the Lancers fielded a
Junior Varsity football team. The JV was not expected to
win all of the games because it was an experimental and
In their first two games they were overmatched and
consequently were decisively defeated but the team
benefitted from these experiences In their last two games
they ielled into an extremely tough team. Inspired by
hardhitters like Bill Helwig, Ken Dewart, and Bob Bartlett
the team showed great spirit and enthusiasm.
A lot was learned this year. The JV will undoubtedly
contribute many fine players to upcoming varsity teams.
John Ivlansheld was awarded IVIVP on ofiense, and Chris
Todd was selected on defense. Named co-captains were
Bruce Jackson LlVlg Curt Ittner REg Ken Dewart FB, LBg Coach Ghironi. Front row, Bob Bartlett HBg David Peterson HBg Steve Carey HB
Bill Helwig and John lvlansfield.
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Oemcke looks on. Right, Coach Ghironi and Cliff Treais plan strategy. Above, Mike Crone prepares to hand off while being
protected by brother Ken.
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Laser weaves his way down field. Diane DuPIessis, Courtney Field,
Laura Wolf, Pam Guiies, and Liz Gildred practice cheering. Top right
Mike Sourapas dances downfield for Hrst touchdown ofthe season,
Above, Ken Crone readies for the snap.
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Pictured above, from Ieft: Manager Randy Laser, Ken Sulzer, Matt Crosbie, Mark Laser, Kent Newton, Robert Mitrovich, Byron Harlan
Scott Bennett, Steve DuPIessis, Mark Oemcke, Jim Crawford, Scott Orr, Manager Peter Harrington. Not pictured: Coach Kerkering
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i19-7 Overall Record
These were the major accomplishments of the 1976-77
varsity cagers. Indeed the going was a little rougher this
year, but what this team lacked in ability, it certainly made
up for in desire.
To no one's surprise, the Southern League Tournament
trophy will remain at Parker another year. The Lancers
conquered Mountain Empire, 43-36, in the Saturday night
final game. Byron Harlan was named the tournament's
Most Valuable Player.
In league play, the Lancers dropped two games for the
first time in three years, which was a surprise, but still
placed second and in reach of the Class A crown.
In play-off competition, Parker was slated against
Christian. The Lancers had defeated the Patriots twice in
regular season play and that night was to be no exception.
Parker speared Christian, 58-36, to earn a berth at the
Sports Arena against Army Navy Academy.
The Hrst half defensive display that the Lancers put on
at the arena was awesome. The halftime score was Parker
25, Army Navy 8. In the second half the Lancers coasted
to a 35-30 championship victory with most of Parker's
upper school cheering wildly.
With two extra wins the Parker Lancers boasted a 19-7
overall record. Coach Brian Kerkering has much to be
proud of: two years as coach and two Class A
Championships. He instills a winning attitude in all his
Left, Ctop to bottoml Matt Crosbie goes in for a layup, Mark Laser leads
a Parker fast break. Bottom, il. to r.l Steve DuPlessis puts up a shot,
Byron Harlan pulls down a rebound with authority, Scott Orr lays it up
uncontested. Opposite page, fl. to r.l Kent Newton fires one up, Lancers
Kent Newton, Mark Oemcke, Mark Laser, and Byron Harlan psych up
before a game.
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Pictured above, from left: Manager Randy Laser, Chris Todd, Matthew Bradaric, Tim Rutherford, Bill Heivvig, Jef? Cass, Doug Halverstadt,
Byron Gwinn, Ken Dewart, Curt Ittner, James Ilko, Manager Peter Harrington. Not pictured: Coach Glassey, Steve Seiber, Cliff Treais.
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season 11-6 overall and 5-1 in league to share lirst place
with the Army Navy Academy Warriors.
lVluch credit should be given to Coach Glassey who put
together the pieces of an inexperienced team creating the
most respected JV basketball machine in its league.
Two big non-league victories for the Junior Varsity
cagers came this year in the defeat of Chadwick and
Polytechnic, two strong Los Angeles based schools.
The JV Lancers vied with three area public schools this
season. Lessons were learned from Point Loma and
Southwest, but the Lancers almost upset Ramona High.
The Lancers couldn't hang on to a seven point half time
advantage as the Bulldogs' second half fastbreak strategy
paid off for them 46-39.
League play went smoothly with easy victories against all
opponents except one, Army Navy Academy. Because of a
tear jerking 35-33 loss to the Warriors near the end of the
season, the Lancers had to settle with sharing the League
title with ANA.
All in all, it was a highly respectable season. With the
return of Ken Dewart, Byron Gwinn, Tim Rutherford, Jeff
Cass, and Jim Ilko next year, the JV Lancer cagers have a
Left top, Doug Halverstadt and SDNIA position themselves for the
rebound. Left bottom, Steve Seiber lets go ofa jumper over defenders.
Below, Cliff Treais displays perfect form.
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Mullen, Mike Crone, Matt Crosbie. Kneeling, tl. to r.J Manager George Smith, Bill Helwig, Ken Sulzer, Bill Osborne, Chris Todd, Guy Halac,
Jim Lyons, Steve Seiber, Tom Rutherford, Manager Bert Wahlen.
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Netters Go for Fourth Troph
Pictured above, Cstanding I. to r.J Peter Price, Scott Orr, Bill Helwig, David Bassham, Steve Seiber, Scott Irving, James Whisenand.
Kneeling, Cl. to r.l Jeff Adler, Chris Sullivan, Madeleine Herrill, Ken Crone, Lisa Cook, Martha Flores.
Another successful season of
Parker tennis was anticipated at
presstime with many new faces
joining the ranks.
New players such as freshman Jeff
Adler, Chris Sullivan and Bill Helwig,
along with senior Scott Bennett and
old hands Scott Irving and Ken Crone
were expected to put Parker on top
The team went looking for their
fourth CIF Championship in as many
years of Parker league play. They
were led by Brian Kerkering, in his
second season as coach.
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il, to r.J Bill Helwig displays his serving form,
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tl. to r.I Madeleine Herrill waits for the return
shot, Scott Orr readies for a forehand.
Bottom, Cl. to r.I Scott Irving follows through
on his shot, Chris Sullivan concentrates on the
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At this writing, the 1977 track
season was in its First days, but the
Lancer tracksters were definitely
looking for an improved season.
The sprints were a strong area,
with juniors Mike Sourapas and John
lVlalik returning joined by freshman
Fred Hardy. The middle distance
runners including freshman Matthew
Bradaric, sophomores Jeff Cass and
Warren Jones and senior Santos
Cota-Gomez looked good also.
Seniors Ted Northorn and Alex
lVlayer and sophomore Gordon
Gilbreath headed the Lancer long-
distance department. They were
expected to be challenging some
records later in the year.
The Lancers also expected to
dominate the field events, as well.
Joth Layton, lVlike Sourapas, Scott
Bennett, Harold Singleton and Jay
Plaehn were all jumping and
The hurdlers, Fred Blum, Joth
Layton, Doug Halverstadt and Jay
Plaehn, appeared promising,
although they were rather new to
Gut it Out
For the hrst time in Parker sports
history, the Lancers produced a
cross-country team which competed
in the California Interscholastic
Federation. The team was organized
at the beginning of the school year
and competed in five meets, including
the Southern League Finals. Because
of their small size, lno more than
four membersl they were allowed to
compete as a team only in the finals,
where they Finished about in the
middle of the 40 man race.
Though the team had no coaching
and had to work out on their own,
they did very well. Only one member
of the team will be returning next
season. If Parker is to have a strong
cross-country team more students
will have to turn out and a coach
should be found.
The 1976-77 cross-country team
members included: seniors Otto Hirr,
Alex lVlayer, and Ted Nothorn, and
junior Ken Sulzer.
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Halverstadt, Joth Layton, Fred Blum. Front row, ll. to r.l Gordon Gilbreath, Matthew Bradaric, Ted Nothorn, Alex Mayer, Mike Sourapas
John Malik, Fred Hardy, Manager David Green.
Bottom, ll. tor.JJohn Malik practices getting out of the blocks, Jay
Plaehn shows good form while clearing the hurdles. Above, Jeff
Cass, Warren Jones, and Doug Halverstadt ready for the 100 yd.
dash. At right, Cl. to r.l Alex Mayer grins as Gordon Gilbreath and
Ted Northorn let him win, Harold singleton gives the shot a big
push, Below, the Cross Country Team, L. to r., Alex Mayer, Ken
Sulzer, Otto Hirr. Not pictured: Ted Nothorn.
Softball Team Sparkles in Debut
Pictured above, tstanding l. to r.l Mrs. Styles, Letty Rosado, Denise Bailey, Jean Mullen, Madeleine Herrill, Kathy Steiner, Diane DuPlessis,
Lisa Goehring. Kneeling, Cl. to r.J Maile Knudsen, Cheryl Barbour, Leigh Ann Layton, Renee Bryant, Maxine Fuentes, Jannice Kinkade,
For the first time in its history,
Parker was able to field a Girls'
Softball team. Along with live other
Southern League squads, Parker
trained and practiced through a
game-packed three month season.
Julian proved to be the toughest
nine. However the Lancers were able
to finish with a healthy record.
Despite their lack of experience, the
girls made a good showing.
Many enthusiastic eighth graders
provide promise for future seasons.
With the return of Jean Mullen,
Diane DuPlessis, Madeleine Herrill,
and Lisa Goehring, Parker will have a
strong foundation to build on.
Clockwise, starting top left, Madeleine, Jean,
Denise and Diane take their swings at the
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Pictured above, fstanding l. to r.i Julie Wahlen, Monica Childers, Nina Severance, Coach Volker, Jennie Smith, Carol Leonard, Kathy
Steiner, Jean Mullen, Kneeling, fl, to r.i Barbie Jones, Kirsten Hedin, Maile Knudsen, Leigh Ann Layton, Maxine Fuentes, Lisa Goehring.
The 1976-77 Girls' Basketball
Team had high hopes for a winning
season at presstime. This year, the
female cagers had an official league
to compete in. Twenty tough games,
employing a varsity and a JV were
scheduled for the three month
Fifteen spirited shooters, jumpers
and dribblers turned out for the
team. There was a representative
from each high school grade, with a
record of seven from the sophomore
Coach Volker's patience and
determination combined with the
girls' stamina and spirit produced a
fine squad. Returning veterans
Maxine Fuentes, Lisa Goehring,
Karen Reavis, Jennie Smith and Julie
Wahlen along with new prospects
Jean Mullen and Leigh Ann Layton
provided a strong offensive and
defensive foundation for Parker.
Far left, Barbie Jones vies for possession of
the ball in practice as Monica Childers looks
on. Left, Maxine Fuentes hurls a pass away
from defenders Jean Mullen and Kirsten
Hedin in a pre-game workout.
Girls' volleyball had a very
successful season this year, thanks to
Coach Kerkering's time and patience.
Boasting ten wins and winning their
league, the team went on to play the
second place team of the Avocado
League. Though they lost to Mt.
Carmel in the playoffs, the girls had a
Following in the footsteps of the
varsity, the JV also went undefeated 'W N
in league play. Many members of the
JV team show much promise for next
year's varsity squad.
Below top, Cheryl Barbour sets up a spike for
Maile Knudsen and Jean Mullen. Below left,
Madeleine Herrill spikes one to the Julian
team as Lisa Cook looks on. Below right, the
varsity squad gathers around Coach Kerkering.
The varsity team. Pictured above lback rowl Lisa Goehring, Jennie Smith, Madeleine Herrill,
Jocelyn Guiles, Chris Trepte. Front row, Julie Wahlen, Marcy Maher, Patti Crews, Lisa Cook,
Mary Day Dewart.
The JV squad. Pictured above ll. to r.J Cheryl Barbour, Jean Mullen, Kathy Steiner, Denise
Bailey, Liz Gildred, Diane DuPIessis, Letty Rosado, Leigh Ann Layton, Maile Knudsen.
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Standing, fl. to r.l Manager Sandy Iverson, Keith Sampson, Katie Seiber, George Smith, Gabe
Zatarain, Matt Herrill, Pat Styles, Manager Marc Guiles, Coach Lipman. Kneeling, tl. to r.l Bill
Van Gaasbeek, Marc Wolfsheimer, Pat Oddo, Pat Millay, Bert Wahlen, Maury Liwerant, Mike
2 Tie for First
After losing their First game, the
7th and 8th grade basketball team
found what they were missing and
went on to win their next seven
games. Their record of 7-1 was good
enough to tie them for first place
with Army Navy Academy.
When given the choice of sharing a
trophy or having a play-off, the team
chose unanimously to play ANA for
the trophy. The team went into the
game with spirit and eager to play,
but they returned from the game two
Only two members will return to
this team next season. Next year's
senior high basketball team's roster
should be greatly bolstered by the
addition of this year's 8th graders.
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Below, fl. to r,l Katie Seiber holds the ball out
of reach, Pat Oddo outjumps his opponent,
Bert Whalen tries a jump shot.
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Few people are aware of the
importance of the Parker Board of
Directors to the functioning ofthe
school. Responsibilities of the Board
include establishing the general
philosophies, selecting the
Headmaster, and overseeing the
Financial well-being of the school.
These decisions are made by a
total of twenty-eight members,
including the Mothers' Club
president, Fathers' Club president,
and the student representative. Each
member is elected to a three-year
term by Parker parents.
The dedication of this Hne board is
evident in every area of life at
Above, tl. to r.J Mr. Bennett, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
Treais and Dr. Crone relax after a hard day's
work. Below, Board of Directors President
Philip Gildred, Jr.
Board of Directors
Philip L. Gildred, Jr., President
Samuel Carpenter, First Vice
Paul K. Tchang, Second Vice
Mrs. George Smith, Secretary
Robert Nostrand, Treasurer
James Hanahn, Student
Mrs. Sam Assam
Mrs. Milan Brandon
Mrs. John C. Carson
Victor M. Cruz
Kenneth Nl. Graham
Lowell G. Hallock
L. Thomas Halverstadt
Mrs. Robert Harrington
Mrs. Dan Hedin
Otto A. Hirr
J. Lawrence Irving
Tawfiq N. Khoury
Nicolas Marsch, Jr.
Milagros Quini, M.D.
J. Mark Rhoads
J. Stephen Thornborrow
Louis M. Wolfsheimer
Fathers' Club Officers
Kenneth M. Graham
Mothers' Club Officers
Mrs. R.L. Harrington
Mrs. Kenneth Graham
First Vice President
Mrs. Joan Evons
Second Vice President
Mrs. Lynn Williams
Mrs. Robin Mansheld
Above left, Mrs. Corbin reads a story to her animal friends. Below
left Mr. O'Rourke prepares for his get-away. Below, Mr.
Kerkering, Mr. Russell and Mr. Bennett talk over a football game.
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A perceptive student will often study a faculty member's
face to determine his mood for the day. But is the teacher
wearing a frown because someone forgot his homework, or
is it because the teacher wants so badly to get his class to
understand the material he has just explained? It could
also be, this year, that the faculty member's report for
Parker's accreditation is overdue.
Whether they are explaining the concept of the common
market, the meaning of a Shakespearean sonnet or the
proper way to build a model boat, Parker teachers are
conscientious. They are concerned about individual
students and their progress.
Smiles usually prevail because they have a feeling of
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History, H umanities
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Above top, Mr. Lipman chows down on a hearty lunch. Above left,
Mrs. Jackson sports fashionable duds. Above right, lVlr. Volker
prepares for another invigorating history class. W
Above, three hardworking ladies: Mrs. Jan Rogers, Mrs. Lisa Hume,
and Mrs. Pat Helwig.
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Left, Mrs. Barrett ponders over an English paper.
Ready to Serve
Most of us see the secretaries as those who find lost
books, supply pens for a test and give passes for being late
to class. Actually, their duties cover much more.
Mrs. Helwig's ofiicial title is Secretary!Receptionist of
the Upper School. Her list of duties ranges from answering
a busy set of phone lines to assisting the ill and injured.
Students, teachers, and administrators rely on her. 'lAsk
Mrs. Helwig," is heard often during the day. Her job is
Mrs. Rogers is the secretary to Dr. Crone, Mrs. Smith
and the Board of Directors. She also purchases textbooks
and handles the accounts payable in the bookkeeping
ofice. Her invaluable service to seniors is her assistance
with college entrance materials.
Transportation secretary Lisa Hume assists in preparing
bus routes, meeting parent requests and generally helping
out in the bus office. She also does some bookkeeping,
operating of the switchboard, and is in charge of the main
ofihce in the early morning.
Keep Us Going
Despite having to carve Thanksgiving turkey in the
dark during a power outage, the cafeteria ran smoothly
under its new manager lVlrs. lVlathews. The food was
delicious, and the ladies were never faced with the
problem of left-overs.
Jim Galyan along with his small army of custodians
and groundsmen kept the classrooms and surrounding
areas in top condition. They performed their duties in a
happy way with no complaining.
The Transportation Department, headed by Dan
Zatarain, with help from Lisa Hume and Beverly Brock
made sure students arrived and departed from school
on time. The drivers were responsible in their driving
and taking care of their passengers.
At left, cafeteria crew I. to r. Lorraine Polhamus, Josenna Cruz, Betty
Turner, Virginia Mann, and manager Louise Mathews. Not pictured:
Agata Bork and Fran Parrino.
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CAVALCADE Works to Record Faces, Feelings
Editors ............... ...... ....., ......................... M a x ine Fuentes, Alex Mayer
Copy Editor ........ ............................,.............,.......................... S ue Almour
Photographers ...... .....,...................... S onny Adler, Liz Gildred, Lisa Goehring,
Otto Hirr, Brian Jones, Letty Rosado, Frank Taliaferro
Staff ............... .......................... E lisa Bartlett, Jim Hanahn, Ted Nothorn,
Mark Oemcke, Nina Severance, Cathy Vafis
Artists ...................... ............................ J ohn Rippo, Tanaz Sondouzi
Business Manager ...... ................,................................ L eesie Assam
Advisor .............................,................................................................. Mrs. Spain
Contributors ..................................... Renate Adloff, Mrs. Barrett, Bob Bartlett,
David Bassham, Mrs. Brown, Renee Bryant, Dr. Crone, Mary Day Dewart,
Courtney Field, Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Helwig, Karen Hirr, Marcy Maher, Robert
Mitrovich, Bill Mullen, Mrs. Jackson, Scott Orr, Mary Lou Quini, Mrs.
Russell,' Mrs. Smith
Team Pictures and Senior Portraits ......,........ Tony Francis, House of Portraits
Thanks to Mrs. Helwig for supplying us with innumerable amounts of
information-Maxine 84 Alex
This year's CAVALCADE is the result of six months of taking pictures,
writing copy, squeezing money, and editing. Much of the actual production
took place on holidays, weekends and after school.
The moods of the staff ranged from the panic that theyifelt as the
deadlines neared, to satisfaction when they Hnally perfected a difhcult layout.
Many times they encountered hopelessness when a picture was botched or
a headline was counted wrong, but also there was relief, when some missing
copy turned up or a headline fit just right. And at the end there was
exhiliration and a sense of accomplishment as their goal of completing what
you are reading now was realized: The 1977 CAVALCADE
Above right, CAVALCADE staffers show up for "annual" meeting. Above left Ctopl, Sue Almour
checks over copy. Middle, Leesie Assam hgures budget for the year. Bottom, Ted Nothorn actually
types up a couple of lines.
THE VIEW Brings New Name, New Look to Paper
Editor-in- Chief ................................................................................. Bill Mullen
Assistant Editor ..,.,.. ...... T 6-dINOih0YU
Feature Editor ...... ............................... L eesie Assam
Sports Editor ..........,.........................................................,........... Mark Oemcke
Sports Assistants ...,............................................ Sue Almour, Robert Mitrovich
Typists ..,............. Elisa Bartlett, Maxine Fuentes, Harold Singleton, Cathy Vahs
Artists ..................................,............... Leesle Assam, Lisa Goehring, Sara Vafis
Photography ................ Sonny Adler, Liz Gildred, Brian Jones, Frank Taliaferro
Circulation ..........................,.................................,... Renee Bryant, Tara Nelson
Reporters: Bob Bagnall, Bob Bartlett, Barrie Berg, James Comstock,
Courtney Field, Maxine Fuentes, David Fulwiler, Kelly Green, Jim Hanafin,
Carol Leonard, Alex Mayer, Scott Orr, Harold Singleton
Advisor ............................................................................................... Mrs. Spain
1976 was the year for the bicentennial, the year for Jimmy Carter, the year
for THE VIEW. The new name debuted in October marking the end of the
CLARION era. After considering choices for a new name some very good, the
staff chose THE VIEW for two reasons. First, because of the location of the
school and its surroundings, THE VIEW is appropriate. Second, THE VIEW
also symbolizes a way of looking at things from different perspectives which is
what we try to do.
The change brought about a new attitude towards the paper and its
objective. THE VIEW branched out this year to include coverage of
happenings not only on campus but around the San Diego area as well. The
paper did its best to provide students with information on entertainment
including movie and concert reviews.
Another strong area in this year's paper was its extensive coverage of all
on-campus sports. Girls' volleyball and basketball came into their own this
year and were given the recognition they deserved.
This year's staff was the largest and most productive the paper has seen.
The responsibility was evenly distributed among THE VIEW's hard working
members as everyone was a major contributor to each issue.
All in all we feel steps have been made in the right direction towards
improving the quality of the paper and providing material to interest
everyone. We know this trend will continue and we wish the best of luck to
the staff of '77!
Above, the gang's all here. Above right, Elisa Bartlett types a story. Middle right, THE VIEW
ready for paste up. Right, Editor Bill Mullen pastes up a final copy.
Many Faces of Government
The 1976-1977 ASB clearly refiected
the tradition of fine student government
leaders at Parker.
HActive" fails to describe the
productivity and intensity of the senior
high council's work. Numerous activities
such as recorded dances, sales, etc.
Hooded the calendar raising school spirit
and the bank account in order to have
funds for larger functions.
Spirit Week and Homecoming, organized
primarily by the senior high student
council were smashes.
Besides wanting to better Parker's
social events, the student council worked
to improve its basic machinery, student
participation. This year, the student body
clearly illustrated its satisfaction in the
council. Student support climbed and all
functions throughout the year were highly
The student council also played an
important role by assisting with
accreditation of Parker.
This was a good year for the
junior high student council. They
sponsored many funfilled and
profitable functions such as games
nights and magazine selling.
The council's attitude towards
their different goals was very
mature and business like. With
Sandy Iverson as president, the
student council accomplished
Keith Sampson was an
enthusiastic vice president and
Katie Seiber was an organized
secretary-treasurer. They both did
fine jobs in carrying out and
helping with the council's ideas.
Pictured above tback rowl Bill Helwig, 9B rep., Harold Singleton, 10A rep, Jim Hanafin,
representative to the board, Sue Almour, 12A rep., Cliff Treais, 11B rep., Mark Oemcke
president, Julie Nlansheld, 12B rep. Front row, Karen Reavis, secretary-treasurer, Julie
Wahlen, 10B rep., Glynnette Kosmas, 10C rep., Denise Bailey, vice president, Leslie
Pearce, 9C rep., Andi Kaufmann, 9A rep. Not pictured, Judy Kincaid, 11A rep. At left,
president Nlark Oemcke contemplates a new idea.
Pictured below Kback row? Susan NIcKig, 8B rep., Katie Seiber, secretrary-treasurer,
Sandy Iverson, president, lVlatt Herrill, 8A rep., Pat Styles, 7C rep. Front row, Keith
Sampson, vice president, Steve Carter, 7A rep., lVlarc Wolfsheimer, BC rep., Tom Gildred,
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Pictured above lback rowl Debbie Freedman, 10 rep,, Mary Day Dewart, 11th
rep., Renee Bryant, 12th rep., Teresa Pesquiera, 9th rep. Front row, Letty
Rosario vice president, Leesie Assam, president, Liz Gildred, secretary, Karen
Pictured below Cleft to rightl Alyce Graham, 7th rep., Michele Deilgat,
treasurer, Lee Rhein, secretary, Sherre Bryant, president, Ann lVliller, vice
president, Pia Lindquist, 8th rep.
Baking cookies. . .crawling under the bleachers
looking for trash ...decorating and cleaning up..
.singing . . . blowing up balloons. . . planning
various activities. . . spending money . , . and just
generally making people happy are some of the
things that the senior high girls' league does best.
This year's league carried on with their daily
candy sales, went caroling and, of course,
chattered away during the ever popular slumber
The girls were a tightly knit and very
enthusiastic group. They enjoyed drawing up a set
of by-laws for the upcoming board members to
Below, president Leesie Assam discusses new ideas with Teresa
Pesqueira and Karen Hirr.
With goals of friendship, fun
and service, the junior high girls'
league has worked enthusiastically
on many projects during the year.
Fun and accomplishment
prevailed at games nights, the
annual slumber party, and
Christmas caroling with the senior
high girls' league.
All the girls worked hard on the
major ways and means project
selling stationery, and are proud of
the donation they were able to
make to the school. It was a
rewarding year for alll
Cassette tape holders, bowls, lamps, skim and skate
boards, a gun cabinet and the ever-popular boats for
the boat Regatta in Spring were among the items made
in woodshop. One of the bigger projects of the year was
a large-size dining table. All in all it was a successful
first year for lVlr. Barry'Cheskaty.
Auto mechanics continued to be a popular elective
with Rex Panton teaching the class. Tara Nelson and
Letty Rosado were the first girls brave enough to take
the course. The group worked on old cars and every now
and then were able to try their skills on a car that was
in good shape.
Wire sculptures, lettering in Old English and papier
mache masks were all a part of this year's arts and
crafts course taught by lVlrs. Jackson. The class
benefited from two new potters' wheels built by lVlr.
Giraud and IVlr. Cheskaty. Despite a few soldered fingers
and getting lost in the mysteries of one and two point
perspective, this year's arts and crafts program can be
termed a success.
Even though there were no boys signed up this year,
the girls in the sewing class had a great time making
jumpers, skirts, and bathing suits. At press time, lVlrs.
Ghironi and the girls were planning to put on a fashion
show at the end of the year.
Right tTop to Bottoml, Cathy Steiner measures off a guideline, Dave
Lieberman works on the lathe, Jessica Sheridan concentrates on a
typing exercise. Below tTop to Bottoml, Keith Wickman 'lbondos" a
tailgate, Kristen Hobbs pins a blouse for a good fit.
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New Clubs Flourish
The 1976-77 school year marked the beginning of three
new clubs at Parker. These clubs gave the students,
faculty, and alumni a chance to get together out of school
and also to reveal some of their more hidden talents.
ltBody Whomping, Inc.," presided over by teacher Larry
Lipman, was a club which practiced the fine sport of body
whomping, one of the more deranged forms of surfing.
The members, Bob Bagnall, Kent Newton, Tom and Tim
Rutherford, John Cook, and Fred Blum met before and
after school and on weekends to whomp and be whomped
upon by some 'ignarly" waves. Their favorite spots were
Ocean and Mission Beaches.
The NTower Two" club was another beach club. It was
named after a well known landmark on Mission Beach.
Tower Two was one of the more sophisticated groups,
having four different orders: Upper School, Lower School,
Alumni, and even a Foreign Exchange order. The club had
more than 50 members including unofficial leader Mrs.
Brown of the lower school.
Although not really new, having died out the year
before, the Bike Club started up again this year with about
15-20 members. The group was headed by Mr. O'Rourke.
It was made up mostly of 7th and 8th graders, and took
about eight outings. They usually rode up the coast,
averaging 30-40 miles a trip. At the end of the year they
planned to take a century trip la 100 mile tripi.
Top Mark Oemcke Ken Dewart, Sue Almour, Andy Almour and Steve Du Plessis gather around Tower Two, the landmark for after
school hours and summer club. Middle: Mr. Lipman reigns as Body Whomper king. Below: Some of the Bike Club members. Back
row Laird Nelson Annette Mangiameli, Alyce Graham, Jennifer Jenkins, Ken Graham, Mr. O'Rourke, David Rudee, and David
Carson Front row Nancy Harrington, Mary-Jane Buck, David Green, Steve Fisher, Rusty Reniers, and Joel Smith.
Dances, Games Nights
Enjoyed by Students
Dances of the year included the Kick-OH, Monster Mash
and other casual dances. The semi-formal ones were the
winter dance, and a year-end spring dance.
ilWinter Reflections" in January proved to be a great
evening of dancing and dining to the music of HPrysm." It
was held in the Kon Tiki Room of the Catamaran Hotel
which has a beautiful view of the multicolored lights
reflecting on Mission Bay.
A Sadie Hawkins and a 5O's dance were held during
The 7th and Sth graders had fun at their games nights
as well. They danced, bowled, skated and went to
Dances were organized by the student councils and girls'
Top, Richard Marsch, Andy Almour, and Sonny Adler rest before the next
dance at uWinter Reflections". Middle, 8th graders carry on at games
night activities. Below right, Dates Lisa Mumby and Richard Marsch
arrive at winter dance. Below left, Fashionable Monica Childers and
Sonny Adler show how a well-dressed couple should look.
Honor Society Awards
The National Junior and Senior High Societies' purpose
is to recognize and reward students who have shown high
academic achievement. On Tuesday, October 5, at the
University Club, a dinner was held to honor those who had
fulfilled the requirements during the 1975-76 school year
for admittance into the organization.
Mrs. Corbin was the guest speaker for the evening. She
stressed the fact that students need a good home
atmosphere in which to study as well as an appropriate
Dr. Crone gave recognition to honored students by
classes. Due to the large number of last year's seventh
graders being honored, they were presented with their
awards at a later assembly.
Those inducted into the Athenian chapter of the Junior
Honor Society from last year's eighth grade included:
Donald Brandon, Kenneth Dewart, Diane DuPlessis, Karen
Hirr, Jim Ilko, Andi Kaufmann, Maile Knudsen, Larry
Lef'Fler, Leslie Pearce, Teresa Pesqueira, and Lori Roberts.
Students commended for their ninth grade academic
year were: Eric Allison, Jeff Cass, James Comstock,
Madeleine Herrill, Kristen Hobbs, Barbie Jones, Warren
Jones, Beth Lavender, John Mansfield, Adrianne Moss,
Katie Palmer, Karen Reavis, Nina Severance, Chris Trepte,
Ernie Tucker, Cathy Vans, Julie Wahlen, and Laura Wolf.
New members inducted into the Lancer chapter of the
Senior Honor Society were: David Bassham, Fred Blum,
Patti Crews, Joth Layton, Pete Price, Cliff Treais, and
Individuals recognized for their eleventh grade academic
performance included: Bob Bagnall, Renee Bryant, Millard
Cover, Maxine Fuentes, Hattie Joe, Brian Jones, Julie
Mansheld, Alex Mayer, Kent Newton, Ted Nothorn, and
Twelve of last year's senior class were also commended,
They were: Christina Blanco, Lee Braly, Carl DuPlessis,
Kiki Flores, Lori Fisher, Hilary Hanafin, Don Jones, Scott
Miller, Mary Nelson, Tim Nelson, Sarah Semlak, and Betsy
Above top, Madeleine Herrill gets a proud smile and a handshake from
Mrs. Treais upon receiving her award. Middle, Peter Price, Nina
Severance, Alex Mayer, Cathy Vafis, and Joth Layton are pleased with
their awards. Bottom, Mrs. Corbin captivates scholars and parents with
her informative address.
Those who enjoyed singing or acting turned out for
the drama and chorus classes. Among the innovations
was a Christmas musical, a modern version of the birth
of Christ, UNO Room at the Inn." The chorus for the
nrst time became known in the community by giving
performances at local elementary schools. New and
traditional Christmas songs were sung.
Another project was their Spring program with the
theme: Sound of lVlusic. lVlembers of the chorus
included: Denise Bailey, Renee Bryant, Mary Day
Dewart, Diane DuPlessis, Cary Estes, Helen Fares,
Courtney Field, Debbie Freedman, Nladeleine Herrill,
Hattie Joe, Andi Kaufman, lVlarcy lVlaher, Julie
Mansfield, Desiree lViitrovich, Jean Mullen, Tara
Nelson, Lisa Nothorn, Katie Palmer, Susan Peshel,
Karen Reavis, Letty Rosado, Nina Severance, Jennie
Smith, Julie Wahlen, and Laura Wolf.
Although their plans had not yet been finalized, at
press time, the drama class was making plans to
produce one drama, either HSorry Wrong Number" or
uThe Curious Savage," and two comedies selected from
the Reader's Theatre.
The actual class, made up of 15-20 members,
teachers iVlrs. Patty Barrett, lVlrs. Lisa Hume, and lVlrs.
Regina Smith was divided into two parts, a lecture
section on dramatic history and a practice section.
The class also planned to put on a few small skits, to
take held trips to television stations, and to have outside
speakers come to talk to the class.
Below, Hattie Joe and Renee Bryant take a rest in between songs.
Right, ttop to bottoml The chorus presents their version of the
Nativity Scene, Letty Rosado, Jennie Smith and Julie Wahlen lead the
chorus, The girls start out their program smiling.
We would like to thank those whose contributions made
this year's CAVALCADE possible. Their generosity is greatly
Dr. George Abdelnour
Patricia R. Adloff
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Anderson
Dr. and Mrs. Sam Assam
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Aylott
Mrs. Burleigh Bagnall
Mr. and Mrs. Merlynn J. Barbour
Dr. and Mrs. Earl A. Bauer, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs Hugh M. Bennett
Mr. and Mrs Jeremy Berg
Mr. and Mrs William L. Bradaric
Dr. and Mrs. J. Brand Brickman
Cecelia A. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo W. Bryant
Dr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
William G. Cass
Judith A. Clifton
Mr. and Mrs. E. Alan Comstock
Mr. and Mrs. Irving P. Crawford
Capt. and Mrs. Quintous E. Crews
Dr. and Mrs.
Daniel P. Denenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Joel C. Estes
Mr. and Mrs. Nasim Fares, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Flores
Mr. and Mrs.PhiIip Gildred, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Gilman
Betty S. Harlan
Mr. and Mrs. Otto A. Hirr
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Irving
James E. Iverson
Chief and Mrs. Joseph Joe
Joesph J. Keely
Mr. and Mrs. John Kosmas
Maria Irma LaGreca
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Lavender
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Layton
Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Z. Lozada, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim G. Malik
Mr. and Mrs. George D. Millay
Dr. Arnold J. Mandell
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Marsch, Jr.
Lisa and Laura Mumby
Elizabeth Ann Nothorn
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Osborne
Pacific Scene, Inc.
Dr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Palmer
Parker Mothers' Club
Dr. Margaret Peshel
Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. R. Price
Dr. and Mrs. Romeo A. Quini
In Honor of Dr. Sam Assam from Sandy Randel
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reniers
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Rippo
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Robbins
Hon. and Mrs. Raul Rosado, Letty and Eric
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sachs
Mrs. Maxine Scheider
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shishido
Mrs. Grace V. Singleton
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Soares
William T. Stephens, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sulzer
Dr. Edgar E. Thomas, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. Ernest S. Tucker
Dr. K. W. Vargas
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Warwick
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar S. Weinberg
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Whisenand
Angie and Monica Whitney
Mrs. Ethel Wylie
Jump, Chump! Hit the frickin' ball! Hot Dang! Get
a hand on everything! Son of a bun!"
Who could forget these words?
Thanks, Coach Kerkering
SEE YOU NEXT YEAR
With you there is
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YOU AND NIE
F. W. P.
Jeftrey Dene Scheider
To my babes,
Just You !n' lVle
Bobo 81 Schnookums
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lVl K and L.L
Thanks for all those
Friday and Saturday
nights! What are
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Stop flirting! . . . going
on a lion hunt...
porking out . . .
don t take no beginners
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Varsity 76- 77
to the class
BEST WISH ES
Nlrs. C and Nlzz G,
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Thanks for Nothiqg
YOU RE GREAT!
I LOVE IT!
To Nlr. Giraud:
It's been a good
year for us redheads.
Sunkist fruit gems.. . S20 or 10... Death Valley
8t Nlt. Everest. . . Spaz . . . getting juiced . . . our
'Ove you both' love life . . . bumpin' 84 uh-huh . .potato-chip Cook
The Rothchilds incident . . . Glynnette . . . What's
the deal? . . . ANA. . . speedy . . . We're a bunch of
A's and B's . . . Thanx Varsity . . . Later,
Pam, Diane, Liz, Courtney, Laura
Your' educauon has helped to make a better-
world And lookmg toward the future per
Maps one day you'l1 help us to bmld a more
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