George Mason High School - Mustang Yearbook (Falls Church, VA)
- Class of 1970
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Falls Church, Virginia ' V A ,M
Volume XIX Md 1
Dolly Hass, Editor 9
Jim Davis, Business Manager
C. B. Brouillette, Principal
l Katherine Hanley, Sponsor
Table of Contents
Student Life .... 1
Curriculum .... 46
Organizations . . 88
Seniors ...... 106
Underclass . . . 138
Juniors .... 140
Sophomores . 150
Freshmen . . 160
Eighth Grade 168
Seventh .... 174
Advertising . . . 195
The beginning of the '70's found George
Mason's horizons expanding. Student Life
was the aspect of the school most radical-
ly affected by the changes. Student in-
volvement in activities became as diverse
as the offerings. Involvement was not
necessarily confined to school as students
acknowledged the influence of world events
by developing priorities in their obliga-
tions to themselves and others. The six
classes devised new methods of approach-
ing class projects, sponsored activities
and formal dances.
To reflect these changes, Mustang
'70 is an experiment in organization. For
the first time the Theme, Sports and Fea-
tures sections have been combined
chronologically to emphasize student
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The Majorettes salute the Major.
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Pucker power is the power of the hour as Tri-Captain Stickney presents Suzanne
with a necklace, Tri-Captain Davis adds to Suzanne's floral decor, and Tri-
Captain Hobson gives her the traditional football.
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The 1969 Homecommg Court smlles from the sxdehnes From Left: Joanne Lynch, Freshman Attendantg Judy Chamberlain,
Sophomore Attendant Debbxe Wlencek Juntor Attendant: Barbara Brittain, Senior Attendant: Colleen Lynch, Maid-of-Honor:
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The week preceding Homecoming was
one that can only be described as hectic.
Falling just after the Carnival, it was
further complicated by the arrival of the
October Viet-Nam Moritorium. Anti-war
leaflets competed with dance advertise-
ments and rising feelings about both issues
filled the air with electricity.
Even more work than usual, remained
undone as the week began and the race
against time continued until the very
afternoon of the dance. Released from
Carnival concerns, the Seniors worked
with a will to bring their plans to fruition.
The results were well worth the effort.
But Seniors were not the only workers.
The annual dummy contest brought a flood
of dummies. The Pep Club, whose spirit
chain entwined the halls in its coils,
planned Spirit Week activities.
Homecoming Day saw a snake walk
winding its way through the city and an
anxious Homecoming-Chairman about to
experience the fulfillment of much
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Offensive Team. From Left, Front: Jeff Hobson, Bob Hobson, Andy Schwind, Barry Dinneen, Mark Hamlin, Chuck Stickney,
David Payne. Second: Pret Block. Third: Wendell Byrd, Bruce Manley, John Wagner.
An abundance of speed, talent and
drive from the backfield, and force, power
and experience in the offensive line
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game plan. The addition of Pret Block at
quarterback, Bruce Manley and John
Wagner at running backs and the return
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ceivers turned this offense into a stunning
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Guards Mark Hamlin and Andy Schwind,
Tackles Chuck Stickney and Bob Hobson
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chine it was. Recognized at the annual
Fall Banquet for their outstanding con-
tributions were Pret Block, who accumu-
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rushing, "Most Valuable"g Andy Schwind,
"Most Improved", and Bill Marsh,
"Most Team Spirited."
George Mason's four contribu-
tions to the All-District Team
were, from left: Pret Block,
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Dinneen, Jeff Hobson. Third: Wally Boswell, Wendell Byrd, John Wagner, Mike Lacy.
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ball players forced many members of the
offense to play both ways. Coach Jack
Gambill did a marvelous job, manipulating
the players he had to work with. This
coupled with frequent injuries caused the
defense to lose much of its sting from
past years. While the players were still
fresh, the defense resembled last year's
powerhouse. Gapping holes in the defensive
wall would have been total disaster were
it not for the valiant efforts of returning
players Chuck Stickney, Wendell Byrd,
Jeff Hobson, Jim Davis and Mike Lacy
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an honorable mention in the selection of the all-
Marty Schwind fat leftl drives with sheer determination.
Injuries Cripple Defense
George Mason Opponent
20 Culpeper 0
38 Brentsville 22
20 Stonewall Jackson 28
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in a sideline dispute. 0 Spotsylvania 40
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onaJamesWood quarterback. 8 James Monroe 30
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Varsity. From Left, Front: Mr. Gambill, Head Coach, Marty Schwind, David Payne, Bill Marsh, Jim Davis, Tri-Captain: Chuck
Stickney, Tri-Captain, Jeff Hobson, Tri-Captain: Pret Block, Mike Lacy, Clay Walden, Barry Dinneen. Second: Leon Philpot,
Manager: Jim Lynch, David Campbell, Jim Langford, Bob Hobson, Bruce Manley, Wendell Byrd, Richard F auteux, John Wagner,
Mark Hamlin, Wally Boswell, Mr. Scott, Ass't Coach. Back: John Velasquez, Ron Lodico, Andy Ciaccio, Doug Riffee, Duane Scott,
Jake Warner, Tom Alexander, Robert Macomber, Andy Schwind, Jeff Gilmore, Barry Kain, Bruce Clendenin, Mr. Marr, Ass't Coach.
Varsity Dips into JVReserv0ir
Junior Varsity Record
eorge Mason Opponent
Stonewall Jackson 32
Stonewall Jackson 16
Varsity Football Team. From Left, Front: Glen Goodnight, Doug Moore, John Lawless, Charles Boaz, Bruce Sandford Guy
Second: Mark Shell, Bill Moore, Mike Harbour, Jonathan Crone, Ed Yarbrough, Dennis Tracz. Third Tom Kam Steve
Mike Hoover, Rusty Russel, Charles Perkins, Sean O'Keefe. Fourth: Mike Koontz, George Swick, Bruce Grant Mark Snider
ie Wiencek. Back: Jim Gathercoal, Eric Grant, Danny Kinkaid, Scott Bradley, Steve Herrington.
Cuts usually are not a worry for po-
tential JV Football players, but this year
Coach Mark Benson got such a large turn-
out that he was forced to limit the numbers
on the team.
Unfortunately quantity does not al-
ways indicate victory: the team suffered
from acute inexperience and a lack of
physical size, playing teams which drew
primarily their Freshmen and Sopho-
mores from a larger pool. By the end of
the season, some JV players moved up to
varsity to fill in for injured players.
Sophomore Scott Bradley and Fresh-
man Petie Mattson starred on offense and
Coach Charles Harold's Soccer Team
nearly captured a championship, while
starting eleven men most of whom were
seniors. Due to a late season loss to
Washington-Lee, the Varsity placed sec-
ond in the Northern Virginia Soccer
League, behind Yorktown.
Even so, the team had the best over-
all record in Northern Virginia. Many in-
dividuals received awards for excellence.
Captain Andy DuPont, Vice-Captain Jeff
Lundy and Junior Zeyad Sarsour were
selected to the NVSL All-Star Team.
DuPont, capping a brilliant high school
career was named the Outstanding Defen-
sive Player in the Metropolitan area.
While losing so many starters could
be a major obstacle next year, Coach
Harold had no reason to be in the dol-
drums. An undefeated JV squad will surely
replenish the ranks.
Soccer Record Besl
Danielo Garcia runs into difficulty on his way down field
Dan Hoke directs a perfect pass to Robbie Werth.
Lorenzo Rocca blunts a
crucial Yorktown drive.
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Andy DuPont intercepts another pass.
The Mustang defense sets up to block a goal attempt.
Varsity Soccer Record
George Mason Opponent
1 O'Connell 1
2 Friends 0
1 Wakefield 1
2 Woodrow Wilson 5
2 Yorktown 0
0 Friends 0
1 W-L 1
1 Yorktown 1
1 Wakefield 1
3 O'Connell 1
1 Woodrow Wilson 1
0 W-L 2
Frankie Lozano turns the tide against a Friend.
Dave Fredenburg 'puts his
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Zeyad Sarsour Crightl, Andy DuPont Cbelowl and Jeff Lundy Cbelow
right? were chosen for the All Northern Virginian Soccer team.
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Chum. Second: Frankie Lozano, Zeyad Sarsour, Kevin Burns, Jeff Lundy, Co-Captain: Andy DuPont, Co-Captain: Lorenzo
Rocco, Paul Gregory, Mark Greenberg, Eric Yoshihashi. Back: Ronnie Hoke, Robert Waring, Lance MaCracken, John Vander-
heyden, Wayne Locke, Wayne Coates, Richie Buschow, Robbie Werth, Paul Eskildson.
Going Rough Across Country
With only two seniors out for the
Cross Country Team, Coach Tom Carey
had a difficult time winning meets this
Most Valuable Runner Kim Champion
I 5' and Chris Boswell were the only upper-
classmen participating in the sport this
season, so losses can be chalked up to in-
experience. However, the team did defeat
Osbourn in a meet held at the historically
famous Manassas Battlefield, during a
rainstorm proving that they were men for
Returning next year with their hard
earned knowledge, Ed Collins, Paul Kar-
nis, and Jim Powell form a strong nu-
:fs cleus for the long distance squad.
Kim Champion labovel overtakes an op-
ponent at the Osbourn meet. Runners
line up fbelowl at the Stonewall Jackson
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Hammond. Back: Bob Moore, Ed Collins, Terry Skelly, Gordon Matheson, Paul Karnis, Ray Schmitt, Tom
"Hobbit,' Habit Addicts A udience
The outlook for the Hobbit and his dwarf companions appears dim. '
Gandalf, the great wizard, Cabovel startles a breakfasting '
Bilbo. The clever Hobbit lrightl relieves an elfin guard of
to New A uditorium
e Elfin Queen ponders the serious prob-
s of her unwanted guests.
e Trolls prepare to roast Bilbo.
The greedy leader of the dwarves refuses the queen's proposal.
The lost Hobbit struggles against
green, slimy Gollum in the
cavernous depths of the dark
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Moliere's Imaginary Invalid, the b
major dramatic production of the year, LWQ, A'
represented a continuation of the "Clas-
sic" tradition begun with last year's
Everyman. It was a success despite a
Friday the 13th opening and a Saturday
One of the major problems with
production was the need to reproduce a
piece of 17th century France on stage.
Its achievement was made easier by the
authentic drawing room set constructed
and reconstructed by the stage craft class.
Other problems included a break-away
bed and an invalid who actually was sick
during the week before production. Per-
haps the biggest drawback was the diffi-
culty in establishing an air of farce. But
the cast finally caught fire and even this
obstacle was surmountable.
Lovers Angelique and Cleante pause after their original aria.
Argan scorns his brother's cynical position on doctors.
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Student Director Laurie Bolster, and Stage
Manager Debbie Blystone, survey their problems.
Those dimly seen people walking the cat walks-the Lighting Crew.
Suffers R eal Maladies
Cleante explains the new method of writing words within the notes to Argan. Nitwit Thomas mistakes Angelique for her
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fbelowl is to tease.
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Angelique . .
M. Fleurant . .
M. de Bonnefoi .
M. Diafoirus . . . .
Beralde . . .
M. Purgon ....
Student Director .
. . . Ed Tiley
. . Anita Cerio
. . . Sandy Jones
. . Janet Harding
. Ken Harrington
. Paul Eskildson
. . . Bill Essig
. . . Jennie Jones
. . Mark Hanak
. Glenn Harcourt
. . .Laurie Bolster
"Coconut Grove" Blossoms with
Junior girls Crightj in the opening
theme number, Coconut Grove, wait
to see the success of their fluores-
cently rimmed costumes and faces
under the black lights. Marianne
"Johnson" McGlynn tbelow leftl
theorizes on the "wickey sticket"
of "mental dazzle." Gladys Cbelow
centerl vetoes Tyrone's suggestion
of working out in the Corrective
Gym. Steve Flick Cbelow rightl stum-
bles into Pete's Saloon in a demon-
stration of "Blind Justice."
Members of the "Coconuts" doff
their hats during "Butterball."
Talent in Extended Show
The Junior Class surprised the entire
school, even themselves with the produc-
tion of the Variety Show, Coconut Grove.
With SB650 worth of advanced tickets
sold, and an auditorium filled to the aisles,
the Juniors topped financial records of
all previous years.
Tryouts began following Christmas
Vacation. There were so many acts that
it was necessary to cut. Even then the
acts lasted longer than the alloted time
so that second cuts were required. Still
the show ran over two hours.
The Juniors were the first class to
have the auditorium for the Variety Show.
The sound and lighting systems far sur-
passed any possible in the gym, enhancing
many of the acts with technical attributes,
such as slides, black lights and sound
systems. Sometimes it was clear that the
equipment was unfamiliar to its operators.
Individual talent was the Show's most
outstanding feature. Dance interpretations
by Anne Davis and Patricia Jonesg songs
by Lynn Grove, Patti Singleton, and Anna
Earmang and classical guitar by Mike
Davis emphasized student abilities. One of
the most memorable individual acts was
Craig Medak's recitation of two macabre
poems. Yuki and Danilo, the foreign ex-
change students, impressed everyone
with English, Spanish, and Japanese ren-
ditions of Sounds of Silence.
Faculty acts emerged again after an
absence of several years. Mrs. Butter-
field and Mr. Brouillette as Gladys and
Tyrone entertained with their park bench
antics. Three couples in the faculty dance
exhibited fine form as they emulated
Katherine and Arthur Murray.
Pulled together at the last minute by
Glenn Harcourt as Master of Ceremonies
the show contained more dancing than in
previous years which combined with vocal
numbers to produce a well-balanced and
financially successful show.
During pre-show rehearsals Danilo and Yuki prac-
tice their translated version of Sounds of Silence.
A midnight duet ftopl "Sorori Duae'
fthe two sistersl by Susie and Abby Ames.
Lynn Grove Cleftl sings one of the Peter,
Paul and Mary hits. "The House Song"
accompanied by Mike Davis. Will Hub-
ben fabovel, a member of Quoxite Archi-
type, provides the rhythmic backup for
Members of the Pom-Pom girls display their new uniforms and their dancing ability.
Glov Sr. questions Shonevas's
proposition that all dogs bite.
EFFE Literature Class
Ootesh and Iharv convince Glov that he
who loses wins.
The Drama Department is quite a
travelling organization. After trips to
Middle Earth and 17th Century France,
it was off again this time to Russia for
"Gamblers" by Nikolai Gogol. The pro-
duction of Gamblers was frenzied at best,
coming on the heels of "The Imaginary
Invalid." The experienced cast made the
work somewhat easier, but there were
still problems. After barely two weeks
of rehearsal, the players took to the stage
to present the play to the descerning eye
of Mrs. Withers' EFFE Russian Lit class.
Next appearance of the play was the Dis-
trict One-Act Festival, held at GM in
March, where the play was rated excel-
lent. The final curtain fell on "Gamblers"
after two performances at the school one
act festival in April.
Iharev .... ..... G lenn Harcourt
Gavrooshka . . . . Ralph de los Reyes
Alexandra . . ..... Laurie Bolster
Ootesh . . . . . . Pete Fredenburg
Krugel . . ..... Will Hubben
Shoneva . . . . Cynthia Herfindahl
Glov ..... ....... B ill Essig
Glov Junior . . .... Craig Medals
A Clerk . . . ...... Anita Cerio
Director .......... Mrs. Carol A. Hull
"General Glov wins 4,000."
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uring a hectic work session, EFFE Committee members assemble the course handbook.
Among the SCA's boldest projects
this year was a foray into the realm of
student-planned and run curriculum. This
effort, dubbed EFFE iExperiment in
Free Form Educationb, saw a student
committee chaired by Sheila Jones, as-
sume control of the curriculum for a
three day period in March. The commit-
tee planned a sequence of over 100 courses
based on the response to a survey ad-
ministered to students and faculty.
Teachers were recruited from the facul-
ty, student body and sources outside the
school. Courses covered an amazing ar-
ray of topics ranging from transcendental
meditation to quantum physics and touched
on a wealth of subjects not usually ap-
pearing in high schools. Students regis-
tered for courses but were not required to
attend, although responsibility of choice
was stressed by the committee to the
student body. Courses were open to com-
munity residents as well as students and
Initial response to the program was
extremely favorable, at least from the
students. They seemed to welcome the
change from the usual routine and the
chance to explore topics of their own
choosing. Long range effect is more dif-
ficult to' evaluate. How students would
react to such a system as routine instead
of change is a question still unanswered.
in Grades 9-12 got a taste of college registration
while waiting sometimes an hour to register for
Mrs. Rooney amuses EFFE Co-ordinators Sheila Jones, Fran Harbour and
Mark Greenberg in the EFFE office, with the glass swan she received on the
Naval Research Lab field trip.
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During EFFE, Mr. Tom Jones,
usually surrounded by a crowd of curi-
ous students, sculpted on the patio outside the library lobby.
Mrs. Huth demonstrates the finer
Steiner, Debbie Yeary and Barbara
points of Gourmet Cooking to Karen
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In Gymnastics class Ronnie Lodico and Kim Champion attempt
to master the Flying Angel under Mrs. Lanier's supervision.
Mike Lacy and onlookers discover the therapeutic value of
creating with mortar and bricks in the popular brick laying class.
Based on Indicated Interests
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learning about Pushkin and Gogol. Susie Ames' method of making delicate paper flowers.
Nicholas explains the complicated process of Teachers and students experimented in new teaching areas as shown by Mr. Scott
film to new darkroom candidates in the Cabove left! with his slide rule, Bill Stroud lcenterb discussing Education: Summer-
Class. hill and Officer Cifala giving the details on the anatomy of an arrest.
Dance and Basketball rovide
The Ides of March were celebratecg
with a full weekend of activities in mid
The weekend began with the tradi-
tional Friday night Junior-Senior andT
Faculty-Key Club Basketball games. Fol-
lowing almost two months of sporadic
practices the Junior-Senior girls at-
tempted to provide entertainment for the
sparse crowd. Both teams had develope
game plans but under the leadership
Monica lngley and Connie Rackowski
"Gulch Trodders" tJuniorsJ were able
consistently out score the Seniors
piling a 21-19 victory.
The Key Clubbers were no
tion for the experienced Faculty.
the game's high scorer, Mr. Alan
with 30 points, the Faculty had no
securing a 70-32 win. Valiant Key
attempts were made by Jeff Smith, W
Coates and Kenny Fautuex, high Key
scorer with 14 points, but to no avail.
The weekend ended with an unt
tional event. After many months of uns...
planning by the Sophomores the Sweet
heart Dance appeared as the Ides c
March sockhop, but with the tradition
court. This court, a much discussed fe
ture, had been finally incorporated int
the dance following a 9th-12th grad
Sophomores spent much of the da
decorating in the true Roman
with murals and columns. The court
crowned with laurel wreaths.
Senior Colleen Lynch tleftl shoots over a Junior guard for tv
crucial Senior points. One of the "Gulch Trodders" tabovel i
drvldual standouts, Connie Rackowski, goes in for a successf
Dressed in their Sunday finest, the Junior-
Senior, "cheerleaders" Ctop leftl show
their superb .cheering talent with such
favorites as "Two Bits." The Faculty
Coach, Mr. Jack Gambill lleftj exhibits
some of the ballhandling ability which
insured the Faculty win over the Key
Club as Andy DuPont Kabovel gets a little
more height than Mr. Sanders on an
he Ides of March Court From Left Jessie Miers Sophomore Attendant Denise Moore Senior Attendant: Barbara Brittain,
azd of Honor Susie Ames Queen Connie Cooke Junzor Attendant Cllla Edwards Freshman Attendant.
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Larry Clendenin leaps high to recover a rebound
against Stonewall Jackson.
Bodie Lindsey sets it up. Duts it in.
Jeff Hobson hustles for a rebound as GM gains possession of the ball
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The Varsity Basketball team under-
went the third consecutive head-coaching
change in as many years. Heartbreaking
one and two point losses were scattered
throughout the season, while team per-
formances vacillated between profes-
sional teamwork or undisciplined show-
manship. Overall, it was a disappointing
season considering the teams experience
and potential, with five out of seven of last
year's 14-7 season starters returning.
Highlights of the season included some
fantastic individual performance by Pret
Block, who scored 37 points during the
District Tournament breaking George
Mason's record for high scorer: and
Wendell Byrd, who racked-up 29 points
against Gar-Field and was nominated to
the Post District I-B All-Star Team, and
the Coaches' All-District Team. Scott
Cline came out mid-season and added an
extra boost. None the less the Mustangs
finished fourth in the Monument District.
Next year George Mason participates
in a new Battlefied District. Two of this
years starters returning, with a strong
crop of Junior Varisty, makes the outlook
for next year's team optimistic.
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Robbie Werth scores against Spotsylvania.
park Spectator Interest
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Phe Stonewall defense finds the going rough against Byrd.
tips the ball the Mustang way, One of Pret Block's daring shots is successful.
George Mason Opponent
61 Spotsylvania 65
88 Clarke County 77
73 Woodbridge 65
70 t Warren County 77
61 James Monroe 73
53 Spotsylvania 66
64 Stonewall Jackson 70
58 James Monroe 91
81 Gar-Field 95
74 Woodbridge 81
77 Osbourn 67
65 Warren County 62
69 Osbourn 55
64 Gar-Field 66
83 Stonewall Jackson 84
66 Clarke County 56
70 Osbourn 59
66 Gar-Field 90
68 Woodbridge 69
Seniors ominate Roster
From Left, Kneeling: Wilson Earman, Manager: Mr. Arnold Siegfried, Coach: Ben Scott, Manager. Standing: Larry Cleri-
denin, Richard Fauteux, Gary Lindsey, Bruce Manley, Robbie Werth, Duane Scott, Wendell Byrd, Scott Cline, Pret Block, Ed
Hannum, Jimmy Langford, Jeff Hobson.
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dribbling technique. Pret Block Ctop
right! demonstrates his style. Jim
Langford fbelow rightl shoots from the
Larry Clendenin makes a clutch play for
JV Season Tops Four Years
With five of seven starters returning,
the Junior Varsity began their season
with three straight victories. In spite of
the strong start the new coach, Mr. Torn
Carey, felt the effects of lack of height on
the team. Glenn Hood and Wally Boswell
were instrumental in keeping the season
alive as Billy McGlynn's game and half-
time ball handling aroused spectator
spirit. The baby Mustangs placed third in
the Monument District with a 4-4 District
34 Spotsylvania 32
41 Clarke County 35
45 Woodbridge 21
24 Warren County 29
50 James Monroe 59
30 Spotsylvania 31
32 Stonewall Jackson 39
36 James Monroe 55
48 Gar-Field 53
42 Woodbridge 32
33 Osbourn 43
46 Warren County 31
39 Osbourn 34
36 Gar-Field 35
38 Stonewall Jackson 45
33 Clarke County 39
46 Woodbridge 54
Left Front Dennis Tracz William Haskins Jim Lynch George Swxck Mike Rozzelle. Second: Coach Carey, Mark
Pete Mattson Howard Herman Wally Boswell B1llMcGlynn Glen Hood Not pzctured' Doug Hammond.
Davis State Champ
Team Finishes Eighth
Tri-Captains Kim Champion, Jim
Davis and Kelly Champion acknowl-
edge pre-match introductions.
Kelly Champion fbelow leftJ begins the final take-
down. Jim Davis' opponents fbelow right! often
find themselves in this predicament.
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The Wrestling Team overcame al-
most insurmountable barriers, showing
self-determination and team effort. Coach
Alan Kreuger, with no previous wrestling
experience, guided both veteran and novice
wrestlers through a successful season.
George Mason placed fourth in the
District Tourney, led by Davis and Kim
Champion, District Champions at the 155
pound and 107 pound weight class,
At the all-important fifteen team
Regional Tournament the Mustang Mat-
men earned five berths to state. Jim and
Kim, with their second championships of
the year, paced the team to fifth place.
Ronnie Lodico placed second in the 130
pound class. Kelly Champion, wrestling
in what was termed the toughest weight
class, defeated the 123 pound state cham-
pion and placed second. Billy Martin
earned the trip to state by placing fifth
in the 115 pound class.
The Mustangs placed eighth in the
State Tournament and once again it was
Kim Champion, with a second place in
his weight class and Jim Davis winning
the first State Championship in the history
of GM Wrestling.
Varsity Wrestling Record
George Mason ODDOHGIU
19 Osbourn 20
31 Stafford 8
16 Spotsylvania 14
10 Stonewall Jackson 29
33 Woodbridge 10
36 Brentsville 5
19 Woodbridge 18
15 Gar-Field 23
33 Brentsville 5
Injury prone Bob Hobson demonstrates potential.
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I Strong pins earned Billy Martin a trip to State. Second Place in the Regional Tournament.
JV and Varsity Wrestling Teams. From Left, Front: Larry Best, Marty Schwind, Ronny Lodico, Kelly Champion, Tri-Captain:
Billy Martin, Kim Champion, Tri-Captaing David Rothmeir. Second: Andy Clinton, Manager: Stephen Lundy, Manager,-
Chuck Stickney, Jeff Cronin, Laban Sadtler, Andy Schwind, Jim Davis, Tri-Capling Bill Marsh, Andy Ciaccio. Third: Brian
Schwind, Greg Parrott, Larry Tapper, Scott Parker, Mr. Kreuger, Coach: Guy Apseniek, Wayne Marsh, Frank Gordon, Eric Grant.
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Falls Church School Board. From left, seated: Mrs. Jessie Thackrey, Vice-Chairman: Mr. J. Roger Wollenberg, Chairmang
Mrs. Sally Strait. Standing: Mr. Walter Morse, Dr. Edward Todd, Dr. Norman J. Kerr, Mr. Robert Cruise.
DR. DWIGHT E. KNOX J. EARLE PHILLIPS
Superintendent of Schools Assistant Superintendent of Schools
H. MURRAY KLINE
to Embrace New Facilities
RICHARD L. TOMALTY
Guidance Director. B.S.,
Wayne State University:
' M.A., University of Mich-
B.A., B.S., University of
Missouri: M.A.T., Har-
B.A., Anderson College:
N M.A., Ohio State Univer-
RICHARD F. SANDERS
B.S., M.Ed., William and
C. B. BROUILLETTE
MARY JANE JONZ RICHARD G. COLBY
B.A., University of Texas: M.S., North- B-A-, American UI1iV6I'Sity5 M-A-, George
western State. Special Education, Washington University. Resource Teacher.
R eading Skills Lab A ugments
The English Department expanded its
curriculum this year, filling the old book
room with a variety of reading machines
and skill materials. This- Skills Lab was
staffed by a full-time reading specialist,
and a member of the English faculty, as-
signed each period on a rotating basis.
Conceived as an aid to individual stu-
dents who needed to increase their skills
in the language-arts area, the lab was
well used. Students from all grades, in-
cluding Seniors prepping for College
Boards, were referred by their English
teachers or utilized the lab on their own
initiative during study halls. Several read-
ing machines, SRA reading enrichment
materials and skill test materials were
available to students andfor their teachers
for individual skills practice and devel-
First quarter English classes were
again composition for all students. Be-
ginning second quarter grades 9-12 began
the quarterly rotation of courses origi-
nated last year. Second quarter classes
got off slowly though because of the back-
log of 'undelivered paperback books. More
than one teacher was forced to abandon
course schedules until the fourth week of
the quarter when most of the books had
RICHARD C. LOHMAN, JR.
B S Bowling Green State University. English. Dramatics Spon-
sor Jumor Class Sponsor.
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English Department K-12 Co-ordinator. B.A., Beria College
M.A.T., Duke University. English.
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B.A., Hope College: M.S., Indiana University. Reading Spe-
cialist, Study Skills.
CATHERINE MA GDALEN 0
B.A., University of Delaware'
M.A., John Hopkins University
English. Junior Class Sponsor
B.A., Mary Washington College. English. Junior Class
B.A., Duke University: M.A.T., Vanderbilt University.
English. Sophomore Class Sponsor.
TEMPQ, LA S50 Profit
This year the literary community at-
tempted to tighten up its TEMPO: and
with considerable success. Due to a more
coherent planning period, the literary
magazine found its goal early in the year
and was able to reach it with a minimum
of difficulty. i
As in the past, the basis of the staff
was Mrs. Rodin's Creative Writing Class:
however, an attempt was made to involve
a wider spectrum of students particulary
in the area of art. The editorial staff
found itself considering material from a
greater number of authors other than
themselves, and they discovered that,
with a little effort, they could create wide
student appeal without sacrificing quality.
B.S., Temple Universityj M.A., American University. English. Film
Club Sponsor. TEMPO Sponsor.
TEMPO. From Left, Kneeling: Bill Lowe, Bill Stroud. Standing: Paul Maxwell, Ed Daniel, Mrs. Rodin, Sponsor: John Van-
derheyden, Mike Davis, Glenn Harcourt, Editor: Andrew Acosta.
rom Editorial Experience
To streamline the production and
increase coverage, the LASSO, staffed
mainly by inexperienced students in Jour-
nalism Class, expanded to eight pages and
added two associate editors.
The bi-weekly routine included Tues-
day beats, Wednesday assignments, Fri-
day story deadlines and following Wednes-
day, going to press. The printing class,
better known as the George Mason Press,
used the new equipment of the print shop
to produce more professional issues. This
equipment improved picture quality by
using metal instead of rubber plates. Even
though Miss Neaderhouser was absent
- most of the first quarter, the staff settled
- 1 into an efficient routine, managing to meet
their deadlines more promptly than in the
i past. The knowledge gained by some of
4 , the staff at the Columbia Press conven-
4- 1 I, tion in New York City helped to improve
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Q, 'NK A ' staff turned out higher quality pictures.
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' view," and "Going Events" were always
" present, with "Both Sides Now," "Bull
Feathers" and "Centering In" appearing
Tackney, Associate Editor: Miss Neaderhouser, Sponsor. in alternate issues.
LASSO Editorial Staff. From Left: Barbara Mahaffey, Associate Editorg Priss
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Clinton, Nick Nicholas. Back: Glenn Harcourt, Randy Bullock, Ralph de los Reyes, Sandy Jones, An Larson, Richard Warren,
Mark Greenberg, Frank Avery. Tom Skelly, Hiroyuki Yagi.Nol Pictured: Dolly Hass.
Thespian Qualitylteplaces Club Quantiti
Thespians. From Left: Laura Avery, Sandy Jones, Vice-Presidentg Pete Fredenburg, Ralph de los Reyes
Secretary-Treasurer: Laurie Bolster, Anita Cerio, Glenn Harcourt, Craig Medak, Presidentp Barbara
The National Thespian Society is an
honor society of those who have given
meritious service to high school dramatics
and have demonstrated a competance in
that field. Thespian aspirants collect
points toward induction Kin ninth through
twelfth gradesl by either working back-
stage during productions or actually act-
ing. Twenty points are required for in-
Thespians decided on the yearly pro-
duction schedule and owing to some con-
fusion about the Drama Club, the Thespia-
ans assumed responsibility for all the
Members found themselves working
hard early in the year producing "The
Hobbit" under the leadership of President
A Three-Act involving the entire
school was performed in February and a
One-Act was developed by the Thespians
for presentation at the Regional Drama
Festival in March.
As the Thespians spiraled to new
dramatic heights on the cat walk, "Break
a leg" suddenly took on a new meaning.
B.A., Hamline University. English, Stage Craft. Dramatics Spon
sor. Thespians Sponsor.
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President: Debbie Wood. Standing: Mr. Menzer, Sponsorg Van B-A-, M-A-, George W3ShiI1t0!'l U!liV0rSitY- English- D6-
Rouse, Chris Neuman.
The Debate Club was an exception
to the rule. As one of the few activities
meetings, the Debators
faced a difficult time this year. Left with
members the club was
forced to forge a team from an age and
interest spread unusual in such a small
This year's topic for league compe-
tition, "U.S. Military Intervention," pro-
vided the club with a fertile field to re-
search, and research they did. Six months
of work went into preparation for the
Not a well known club, the debators
attempted to overcome their public re-
lations problems. Early in the year they
sponsored a Marriage Booth at the Car-
nival. Since then they have made them-
selves verbally known and should be able
to field a larger squad next year.
bate Club Sponsor.
Quill and Scroll. From Left, Front: Ralph de los Reyes, Glenn Harcourt.
Back: An Larson, Priss Tackney, Suzanne DuPont, Barbara Mahaffey, Craig
Medak, Gail Clinton. Not Pictured: Dolly Hass.
Dimension, the Junior High version
of Tempo was composed of the artistic
and literary works of seventh and eighth
graders. Students could submit short
stories, poems, paragraphs, personal im-
pressions and illustrations, to their Eng-
lish teachers or to Mrs. Lipsner and Mrs.
Butterfield, the sponsors. During weekly
meetings, Editor Bruce Stanley and the
Dimension staff read and compiled these
efforts into a magazine which was typed
mimeographed, and stapled to the colored
This year Dimension added another
issue to their production schedule circu-
lating a post-Christmas issue as well as
the Spring one.
Junior High A bilities
MARILYN VICTORIA BUTTERFIELD
A.B., University of California. English. DIMENSION Sponsor, Eighth Grade
ESTELLELIPSNER DIMENSION Staff From Left, Front. Lon Cortor Assistant Editor: Linda
B A, Albion College' English- DIMENSION Draper, Sue Huber, Catherine Vanneman. Standing: Wayne Millan, Debi Ander-
Sponsor. son, Bruce Stanley, Editor: Michael Checknoff.
Combined in DIMENSIO
Film Club. From Left: Ralph de los Reyes, Mrs. Rodin, Sponsorg Larry Clendenin, Mike Davis, Dave Fre-
denburg, Mark'Hanak, Chris Nelson.
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-A-. Wake F0l'9St College. English- Eighth Grade Sponsor- B.S.g Millersville State College. English, Social' Studies 7. J.V
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Social Studies Primes Citizens
The structure of the social studies
is changing. No longer will the main con-
cern be with the memorization of dry
facts and other such. "Informed citizen"
is the term of today and the Social Studies
Department strove to produce them this
year. Their means was an experimental
program modelled on Project Social Stud-
ies, a comprehensive curriculum for Kin-
dergarten through Grade 12 by the Uni-
versity of Minnesota.
This new program is an "articulated,
interdisciplinary, multi-media program."
Simply, this meant that a variety of meth-
ods in addition to the traditional lecture
approach were used to present a wide
variety of topics, from anthropology to
sociology. Also stressed was a critical
way of gathering and evaluating data. It
was hoped that this method of analysis
would carry over into the students lives,
producing adults capable of intelligent
analysis of political situations.
Finally, being a co-ordinated pro-
gram, the experiment was able to present
a larger body of material than ever before
by eliminating some of the repetitive in-
struction that has occurred in the past.
JAMESJ WALLS .
BS MA Ohio State University. Government, Economics.
J unlor Class Sponsor.
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Geography, World History. Soccer Coach.
GREGORY H. WILLIAMS
B.A., Ball State University: M.A., University of Maryland.
Government, Civics. Key Club Sponsor. Chairman, Junior
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IR C Simulates Pakistan
B.S., George Washington University, Government, Social Probi
lems, International Relations. International Relations Club Spon-
sor. "It's Academic" Sponsor.
The International Relations Club was
basically the same as in past years: how-
ever, due to a lack of driving support,
the club limited its activities somewhat.
The annual fall AFS workday netted a
total of S270 and over 9596 of the AFS
Christmas cards were sold.
In February, George Mason IRC
members served as the Delegation from
Pakistan to a Model United Nations Exer-
cise held at Georgetown University. Some
students served as researchers, advisors
and observors, while a chosen few acted
as the delegates themselves.
All students involved were required
to do in-depth background research and
study in the field of International Rela-
tions as well as in the specific area of
Pakistan relations. This study enabled
the participants to resolve the problems
presented to the General Assembly. The
Pakistani Delegation also served on the
Social and Economics Council, a poten-
tially powerful position.
In the spring, the club again attempted
to raise the money needed to bring a for-
eign exchange student to George Mason,
again with considerable success.
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nternational Relations Club. From Left, Front: Fran Harbour, Brenda Twombly. Craig Medak, Hiroyuki Yagi, Pete Fredenburg
obin Brickman, Sandy Jones. Second Row: Kay Wood, Lynne Hammond, Laurie Bolster, Earl Houseman, Treasurer: Stephen
undy, Vice-Presidenlg Bill Marsh, Presidentp Holly Hutchens, Secretary: Connie Rackowski, Historian: Karen Scheller
eresa Twombly. Standing: Debbie Wood, Steve Antinozzi, Sheila Jones, Bill Essig, Van Rouse, Laura Avery, Susie Gendreau
Nel Sigmond, Meg Scott, Eric Yoshihashi, Cindy Herfindahl, Robin Segall, Mary Karnis. Not Pictured: Danilo Garcia.
" roject Social tudiesv Alters
DEWAYNE DOZIER KIT OBER
B.A., George Peabody College. World History. B.A., Carleton College: M.A., University of Michigan.
Freshman Class Sponsor. American History, Ancient History, World History, Soph-
omore Class Sponsor.
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B.A., Simmons College: M.A., Northwestern University. U.S. History, Psychology. Sophomore Class Sponsor.
Sequence, Course Offerings
B.A., Mary Washington College. English, Social
Studies. Seventh Grade Sponsor.
MARC D. BENSON
B.S., Boston University. Geography. J.V. Football
Coach, Eighth Grade Sponsor.
B.A., University of California at Berkeley Social
Studies 7. Chairman, Seventh Grade Sponsors
Social studies tests are exasperating.
Witheris Wizards Win Victory
Although the Math Department did not
receive a place in the new wing, they did
occupy new classroom areas vacated by
classes moving to the new facilities. In
addition to spreading out, the department
numbered nine teachers and enlarged its
programs by acquiring seventh and eighth
grade remedial materials. The newly re-
bound orange and blue books disappeared
when really new Algebra II-Trig books
arrived. For some who remained in the
math program, the AP Calculus and Math
V Classes continued to offer students an
opportunity to exercise their numerical
Coach Casey Withers and her Math
Team again made their weight felt in
their league. "Wither's Wizards" con-
sistently finished in the upper third of
their region, which included all Fairfax
County I-A schools. After a win, Dr. Knox
paid off and treated members to lunch.
The math season consisted of twelve
meets, ten district and two regionalg
George Mason hosted a regional match.
Refreshments after meets rehabilitated
Math Department K-12 Co-ordinator. B.A., University of Denver: M.S.,
University of Illinois. Trigonometry, Algebra III, Matrix Algebra, A.P.
Calculus, Probability and Statistics. Math Team Sponsor, Keyettes
Math Team. From Left, Standing: Jeff Strait, Keith Thackrey, Mrs. Withers, Sponsor: Andy DuPont, Mike Burk, Nick Nicho-
las Seated: Steve Antimozzi, Mark Greenberg, Gail LaBaugh, Jeff Lundy, Gail Clinton, Kevin Burns, Captain, Ann Perry, Ted
Bam Glenn Harcourt, Bill Stroud.
Feastg Also Some Meets
CORNELIUS J. COMBER
B.S., University of Southern Mississippi. Algebra,
Plane Geometry. Chess Club Sponsor. Senior Class
CHESTER S. ROCKWELL
A.B., Shepherd College: M.A., George Washington University. Al-
gebra, Geometry, Intermediate Math, Math V Chairman, Senior
HELEN BOHART P FERN ASHBY
B.A., M.A.T., Northeastern State College. Algebra, Geometry. Dramatics B.A., Oberlin College. Algebra, Geometry, Trig-
Sponsor. onometry, Functions. Cadence Club Sponsor
Senior Class Sponsor.
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B.A., Mary Washington College. General Math, Algebra. B.S., Montana State University. Math 7, General Math,
Junior Class Sponsor. Algebra I. Seventh Grade Sponsor.
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RUSSELL J. ROWSON ELIZABETH BALDWIN .
B.A., B.C.E., Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute: B.S., B.S., Florida State University. Math 7. Future Nurses of
United States Naval Academy. General Math, Plane Geom- America Sponsor.
etry. Freshman Class Sponsor.
Ph Meter Solves Acid Problems
Department Coordinator. B.S., Marywood College. Biology,
. try. Junior Class Sponsor.
University of Nebraska: M.A.T., University of North Carolina.
Science, Biology. Senior Science Club Sponsor, Wres-
Coach, Sophomore Class Sponsor.
For the Science Department, this was
not a year of radical changes or great ex-
pansion, but one of steady progress, al-
lowing for the realization of several long
hoped for goals. In the area of life sci-
ences, a shifting emphasis toward ecology
led to a fuller exploitation of the streams
and woods located on the campus. Back
inside, chemistry and physics classes
enjoyed the use of the two major equip-
ment acquisitions, a photo-spectrometer
and Ph meter. The photo-spectrometer
was employed in the study of bonding and
assays while the Ph meter allowed stu-
dents an easy check for their titration
Students not only made fuller use of
the lab facilities, but sought outside aids
as well. Several participated in work-
shops and seminars given by the Virginia
Academy of Science and Georgetown Uni-
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A.B. Gettsyburg College: M.A., Colgate University. Science
Biology. Senior Class Sponsor.
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DOUGLAS B. SCOTT
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B.A., St. Mary of the Woods College: B.S., Kent State
B.S., Hampden-Sydney College. Science, Chemistry, Math. Future
Teachers of America Sponsor. Assistant Varsity Football Coach.
J. K. LAYTON
B.S., University of Kentucky: M.Ed.,
University of Virginia. Science.
Chairman, Eighth Grade Sponsor.
THEODORE J. HENRY
B.S., New Mexico Highlands University. Earth-Space Science, Physics, A. P. Chemistry.
Chairman, Freshman Class Sponsors.
Physics Lab Disaster
B.A., George Washington University. Biology. Senior Science Club Sponsor.
Freshman Class Sponsor.
This year has been one of varied ac-
tivity for the Senior Science Club. Mem-
bers ranged far a field in their search for
knowledge and mixed with other area sci-
ence buffs in many activities.
Becoming directly involved with other
area science clubs, they sent two partic-
ipants to the Science Club Conference
sponsored by the Washington Junior Acad-
emy of Science. Four Members attended
Georgetown University's Science Sym-
posium. The International Science Fair
at Baltimore, Maryland also drew inter-
Not being a group dedicated to talking
and looking only, the club undertook sev-
eral field projects. Among the most inter-
esting were trips to Washington and Lee
and Woodson High Schools to make use of
the planetarium facilities and a jaunt to
the Tide-water area of Virginia to study
Senior Science Club. From Left, Seated: Carolyn Diehl, Vice-Presidentg Mimi Rinick, Cindy Herfindahl, Debbie Wood, Char-
lene Beethoven, Secretary: Robin Segall. Standing: Robert Campbell, Betsy Rouse, Jeff Burns, Margaret Karnis, Robert So-
bol, Ann Wingrove, John Wise, Beth Waitzfelder, Paul Gregory, Treasurer: Marianne McGlynn, President: Mrs. Clark, Spon-
sor: John Simmons.
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B.A., Madison College. Spanish, P.E. Span- B.A., Judson College: M.A., George Washington University.
ish Club Sponsor. Chairman, Sophomore Spanish. Spanish Honor Society Sponsor.
B.S., University of Wisconsin. German. German Club
Sponsor. Sophomore Class Sponsor.
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B.A., Cornell University: M.A.T., Yale University. Latin, Journalism.
LASSO Sponsor, Quill and Scroll Sponsor.
Hot Day at Carnival
Spanish Honor Society. From Left, Front: Laurie Avery, Gail Clinton, Cindy Herfindahl, Secretary-Treasurer: Robin
Segall. Second Row: Craig Medak, Anita Cerio, Debbie Wiencek, Susie Gendreau, President: Susan Cumbey. Back Row:
Scott Merkle, Karen Scheller, Tom Skelly, Mrs. Costa, Sponsor: Susan Wainwright, Beth Waitzfelder, Reeny Chapman.
Not Pictured: Suzanne Hollandsworth, Vice-President.
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Spanish Club. From Left, Kneeling: Terry Branch, Nancy Peel, Nancy
Curt. Standing: Karen Scheller, Mrs. Krum, Sponsor: Karen Daniel,
Breaking with a long standing tradi-
tion, the Spanish Club and Spanish Honor
Society combined activities this year to
form a more active group for a more in-
teresting year. Though several trips,
meetings, and parties were held together,
separate charters were maintained in
order to preserve the prestige of Honor
The Spanish Honor Society operated
a highly successful and profitable Taco
concession at the Carnival that gave them
ample funds. The annual Christmas Pinata
Party was popular as was the trip to the
Pan American Union Building in Washing-
ton. Taking advantage of the area's Span-
ish community, the clubs viewed movies
at the Ontario Theater - in Spanish.
A guest speaker from Equador proved
so successful in the fall that representa-
tives from other Latin countries were
invited to speak.
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German Club. From Leftg Front: Janice King, Linda Cole, Janine Hardy, Mary Karnis, Secretary-Treasurerg
Brenda Twombly, Theresa Twombly. Back: Mrs. Huth, Sponsorg Nel Sigmond, Sue Cole, Karen Seegren, Kathy
Wood, President: Meredith Hutchins, Vice-President.
The German Club was off to an early
start this year, making up for time lost
last year. They plunged into Carnival
planning immediately after electing offi-
cers. Culinary interests dominated many
club activities. Their successful Carnival
booth sold German pastry. To celebrate
the start of Lent, the club prepared a
Fasching feast in the traditional German
style. Their appreciation of the good food
spurred them to finish the year with din-
ner at a German restaurant.
The Christmas season brought a flur-
ry of activity in the club. They assembled
a bulletin board of German Christmas
customs and finished the season by favor-
ing Falls Church with selections from
German Christmas Carols.
In the spring the club went on a bi-
cycle trip. Although they could not emu-
late German youth owing to the lack of
hostels and Alpsg they suffered the usual
international aches and pains.
ILEANA ALIM DORIS J. JACKSON
B.A., American University. French. B.A., Howard University. French
French Honor Society Sponsor. Senior French Club Sponsor. Junior Class
Class Sponsor. Sponsor.
Jeune Filles Bake French Pastries
The French Club and Honor Society
worked jointly on several projects this
year. The most important of these was
their profitable French Pastry booth at
Carnival '69. Petits fours and brioches
concocted by female members with the
help of authentic French recipes from
Mrs. Alim, delighted hungry Carnival-
The French Honor Society held early
inductions, raising membership to its
full quota. The streamlined Constitution
eliminated the separate offices of Secre-
tary and Treasurer, combining ,them into
one position. As in past years, the Society
ventured to Lisner Auditorium for a
French play. This year's attraction was
The Club planned to have a Christmas
party, and to visit a French Protestant
Church which holds services in French.
French Club. From Left: Front: Anne Wells, Liz Hoffman, Michelle O'Keefe,
President: Andrea Andrews, Vice-President: Robin Dibble. Back: Paul Bruck-
er, Nancy Addison, Carol Thur, Ann Peret, Carolyn Diehl, Ann Gerard, Secretary-
French Honor Society. From Lefty Front: Kinsley Morse, Michelle O'Keefe, Ann Gerard, Carolyn Diehl, Robin Dibble. Second
Row: Bob Moore, Jeff Burns, Mark Greenberg, Ben Scott, Vice-Presidentg Kevin Bums, President. Back: Bob Macomber.
Secretary-Treasurer: Chris Nelson, Fran Harbour, Meg Scott, Janine Chevalier, David Fredenburg, Jeff Strait.
Art Explores New Media
Owing to the late arrival of supplies,
the Art Department was forced to subsist
on pure talent alone for the entire first
quarter. Despite this setback, several
unique projects were undertaken in a va-
riety of new media. Mr. Kline found him-
self back in his old element as a welding
instructor for Art III-IV students. An op-
portunity to explore photography was also
given to students in advanced classes.
These opportunities did not come with-
out effort. The students in the advanced
classes had already passed through a rig-
orous grounding of basic fundamentals.
Natural rendering of subjects and the
complex relationships between form, col-
or and space as well as art history area
was covered in the lower level courses.
Overall, the department is acquiring
a more fluid, exploratory posture that
bodes well for the future.
ROBERT W. DUNBURG
B.A., Capital Universityg M.A., Columbia University. Art. Freshman Class
Craig Medak plows into woodcut project.
B.S., State University of New York. Art. Pep Club Sponsor.
Junior Class Sponsor.
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B.S., West Virginia State University. Home Economics. Future Home-
makers of America Sponsor.
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The Home Economics Department was
kept busy this year with its usual job of
educating both boys and girls in the finer
points of day to day living. The curriculum
covered a wide range of subjects, both
theoretical and practical. In sewing, one
could make anything from chef's aprons,
in the boys' Eighth Grade course, to entire
outfits in Advanced Sewing. Cooking was
covered quite completely from nutrition
and balanced menu planning, to actual
preparation of dishes.
Seventh grade girls gained employ-
ment opportunities at the completion of
the child care and baby-sitting unit, which
included real-life simulations with the
"sweetie pie" doll. As a reference, each
received a card signed by the Home Ec
Teacher, Nurse, and Principal.
The Future Homemakers of America
got off to a rousing start this year by
baking 12 dozen cookies for the Faculty
Welcome Tea. At Christmas, the club
hosted another tea, again for the faculty.
Demonstrations on bread baking and
French cooking were very interesting
and enjoyable, as was the trip to VEPCO.
Other projects included making flowers
for a nursing home, bean bags for the
Red Cross, and filling Christmas stock-
ings for the Salvation Army.
Future Homemakers of America: From Left: Front: Lisbee Stanley, Barbara Brittain, Vice-President: Mary Karnis, Treas-
urer. Second Row: Karen Steirer, Carol Humphreys, Program Chairman: Tricia Kinney, Historian: Helen Cooksey. Back:
Ann Perry, President: Kim Perry, Jessie Miers, Secretaryg Brenda Twombly, Mary Antinozzi, Teresa Twombly, Cathy Boggs, A
Barbara Checknoff, Jackie Chase, Anne Newton, Pat Hundley.
In the area of business and vocational
education, this was quite a year of ex-
pansion. The completion of the new audi-
torium-classroom complex allowed for
total relocation of business classes and
an upgrading of both business and in-
dustrial arts curricula. New business
courses included Data Processing, Ste-
nography and Clerk-Typist. These
courses were taught in two hour blocks
with the express purpose preparing stu-
dents for full or part time employment in
these areas. Graduates of the Steno and
Clerk-Typist programs were prepared to
function in a wide range of office posi-
tions. Data programming provided man-
power to fill key punch and accounting
positions. Increased enrollment in Typing
I and General Business, the pre-requisite
for the new courses, was indicative of an
increasing interest in the business world.
To augment regular instruction busi-
ness minded students got together at meet-
ings of the Business Club. Meetings of
this group featured outside speakers and
participation in the Washington Gaslight
Company's Junior Stockholder Program.
Funds were raised at their Bingo Booth
at the Carnival.
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B.S., Bloomsburg State University. Short-
hand, Clerk-Typist, Typing I, Personal
Typing, Notehand. Business Club Sponsor.
smess Curriculum, Offers
JOYCE J. LOWRY
B.A., Pembroke State College: M.A., University of Virginia. Typing I, General
Business. Commercial Arts Department Chairman.
Business Club. From Left: Janet Alexander, Jackie Locklar, Karen Shears, Marian
Huber, Mary Kate Carroll, Karen Steirer, Mrs. Baylor, Sponsor: Betsy Rouse, Marian
Dziubinski, Judy Kight.
New Courses, Part Time Employment
NADINE N. WILSON
B.S., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College:
M.A., Northwestern University. Data Processing, Rhett Lowry operates the key-punch during the new wing classroom
Typing. National Honor Society Sponsor, Student dedication.
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B.S., Old Dominion University: M.S., University of Tennessee. Stenography, General Business. Senior Class
Electronics, Printing, rafting
The Industrial Arts are growing. This
year has seen the addition of three new
high-intensity courses. All three new
courses will eventually be expanded to two
Drafting was the shortest of the
courses, being taught in two-hour blocks.
Though the skills acquired are geared to
the placement of students in drafting
careers they will be valuable in many
other situations as well. Students who
show special promise may be placed in
jobs without the traditional apprenticeship
Both printing and electronics were
taught for three hours daily. Printing pro-
vided experience in many facets of the
field ranging from hand setting of type
to photo engraving. Electronics probably
gave students the widest variety of skills
for use in outside careers. The course
covered electronic theory as well as giv-
ing students a chance to face practical
RICHARD W. BRADY, JR.
Class A Electricians Mate Schoolg Journeyman Printer. Printing. Junior
B.S., California State Teachers College. Electronics. Senior Class Sponsor.
Mike Burk, Nick Nicholas and Joe Earman
contemplate the complexities of 'plugging-1n.'
Give Students Career Edge
RICHARD DEAN TRIMBLE WILLIAM G. LANGSTON
A.A., Warren Wilson College: B.S., Western Carolina Uni- B.S., Virginia Polytechnical Institute. Industrial Arts.
versity. Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing. Varsity Freshman Class Sponsor.
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ALYCE ALPINE N EUKIRK
B.S., University of Cincinnati. Drafting.
Julie Hollandsworth proves that girls are good
at Mechanical Drawing too.
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With the addition of a new practice
room and two sound-proof solo rooms the
vocal music department was able to maxi-
mize talents. Starting early in the year by
singing at the dedication of the new audi-
torium, the choirs performed frequently.
Singing at Women's Club meetings, Church
Concerts and City Recreation Department
parties gave the Senior Choirs a reputation
for participating at non-school activities.
The student-body was put in a holiday
mood at the assemblies before each holi-
day vacation. The Christmas Assembly
included all the choirs and several solos,
each from a different part of the audi-
torium. Evening concerts were also pre-
sented for students, parents and interested
friends. Notable among these was The
Pops Concert consisting of light modern
music and the annual Alumni concert in
December featuring Vivaldi's "Gloria."
A radio program and the Senate Rotunda
Easter Observances completed the busy
"We accept the charge . . . to foster
a greater and continued interest in solo,
ensemble, band orchestral, and choral
performance. . ." reads the Oath of Tri-
M, the music honor society. In addition to
going to concerts, studying music appre-
ciation, and giving recitals, the society
inducted seven new members and four
Accompanied on the guitar by Julie Pitsnogle, Debbie Blystone
performs at the Christmas Assembly.
Period Vocal Class. From Left, Front: Nancy Curt, Nancy Hall, Laura Avery, Shirley Johnson, Jessie Miers, Danilo
Pat Herman, John Simmons, Ralph de los Reyes, Anita Cerio, Judy Kight, Jan Tanner, Anita Smith, Theresa Lampert
Paige Fraley, Laurie Briggs, Mary Lloyd, Barbara Checknoff, Joyce Wynkoop, Tom Alexander, Keith Bost, Don Faith
et Alexander, Janine Chevalier, Claudia Dewhurst, Susan Skubal, Karen Cordray. Third: Charlene Beethoven, Sue Lemon
ren Scheller, Alan Stack, Jeff Gilmore, Wendell Byrd, Earl Houseman, Charlie Momsen, Jeannie Lloyd, Carla Goins.
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Johnson, Claudia Dewhurst. Third: Charlene Beethoven, Ralph de los Reyes, Keith Bost, Janine Chavalier. Fourth:
Jeff Gilmore, Wendell Byrd.
Modern Music Masters. From Left, Seated: Lynn Muilenburg, Patti Singleton, Mark Hanak, Carolyn Diehl. Standing: Barbara
Checknoff, Jessie Miers, Shirley Johnson, Debbie Blystone, Barbara Mahaffey, Connie Rackowski, Julie Pitsnogle, Bob
Macomber, Wanda Keyser, Presidentg Gail LaBaugh, Ann Gerard.
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Hammond, Bob Macomber, Paul Eskildsen, Benn Deans, Jackie Jackman. Third: Julie Pitsnogle, David
Fred Norman, Lynn Muilenburg. Fourth: Barbara Mahaffey, Debbie Blystone, Mary Fredericks.
Grade Chorus. From Left, Front: Rolanda Stevens, Arleen Compher, Debbie Smoot, Shirley Burdick, Billy Lindsey,
Terman, Mike Checknoff, Dan Skelly, Terry Rothmier, Susan Walton, Anna Earman, Angela Jordan, Kitty Porter, Sharon
Anna Philpot, Traci Houtz, Kim Coolidge, Sue Watson,Genelda Johnson. Second: Linda Johnson, James Pope, Mike
Tom Stickney, Greg Cronin, Kelly Driver, Erika Herfindahl, Dora Philpot, Doug Jackman, Charles Boaz, Randy
John Crone, Jeff Lennon, Peggy Trevino, Bonny Egnor, Linda Powell, Patty Sierk. Third: Ellen Crane, Abby Ames,
Holcomb, Gigi Gittings, Jill Levins, Jackie Gray, Cathy Smith, John McBee, Doug Swick, Vince Stack, Steve Miller,
Hunter, Susan Miller, Anne Churchill, Mary Larson, Janice Hughes.
Bands Expand to Fill Facilities
Under the able direction of Mr. Barr,
the bands provided a rippling musical
background for a multiplicity of school
activities as well as entertaining the com-
munity with several concerts of their own.
The new wing spawned a new band, the
Pit Band, which enriched auditorium ac-
tivities from a safely concealed location.
Among the band's many performance
credits were all the home football games,
several away games, the March band fes-
tival at Loudoun Valley, the annual Falls
Church Memorial Day parade and three
concerts in January, March and May. In
addition, several outstanding band mem-
bers participated in the All-Regional Band
Solo and Ensemble Festivals.
To handle all of these chores, there
were four separate bands ranging from
the 'plain old band' to the select Pit Band.
Providing valuable back up assistance
for the band were those twirlers the ma-
jorettes. Sporting new red and white jump
suits, the four majorettes performed at
the Homecoming parade, Carnival '69,
home football games and several Pep
Rallies. The girls also began to wear
their uniforms to school on the Friday
preceding an athletic event and to home
JAMES FRANKLIN BARR
B.S., Davidson College: University of Cincinnati: M.M.E.,
Indiana University. Band. Majorette Sponsor, Drill Team
Junior High Band. From left, front: Tammie Phillips, Susan Mitchell, Jocelyn Francis, James Caprio. Second:
Kevin Snight, Joanne Shick, Lela Price, Mike Rinick, Robert Weintz. Third: Kenneth Moore, Kathy Beitle, Scott
Lowe, Tim Harrison, Gwen Hunter, James Marshall. Fourth: Kenny Brown, Bert Vines, Scott Campbell, Tommy
Jones, Jerome Rackowski. Fifth: Skip Johnson, Barry Lovings, Max Himelright, Sherrie Locke. Not Pictured: Anne
White, Audrey Francis.
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Senior High Band. From left, front: Carolyn Diehl, Ann Gerard, Pam Wollenberg, Connie Rackowski, Joanne Troy. Second:
Mary Seal, Betty Eckert, Robin Segal, Cindy Herfindal, James Rackowski, Bruce Stanley, Nancy Nickolas, Laurie Bolster, Erika
Herfindahl, Jeff Burns, Jackie Chase, Eve Strait, Brenda Twombly. Third: Wayne Millan, Nel Sigmond, Debbie Wood, Nancy
Gerard, Terry Brock, Pat James, Margi Rinick, Mimi Rinick, John Heffernan, Billy Moore, Mark Hanak, Gail LaBaugh, Abbie
Ames, Paul Gregory. Fourth: Jan Edmonson, Debra Lovings, Janine Hardy, Fred Lane, Barbara Wurz. Standing: Candi Chase,
Scott Merkle, Dennis Bettendorf, Teresa Twombly, Paul Brucker, Deedee Sigmond, David Rothmier, Fred Norman, Gary Parrish,
Cathy Proffitt, Mike Hoover.
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Twombly. LaBaugh, Presidentg Dave Fredenburg, Librarian: Mary Seal,
Vice-President, Drum Majorettef Fred Norman, Band Manager.
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This was a year of shifting emphasis
in Physical Education as the Department
was expanded to include a wide range of
programs and a new Athletic Director,
Coach Siegfried. After school opportuni-
ties showed prodigious growth.
First, Archery was revived after a
lapse of several years and Golf, a totally
new course, was taught in the spring. The
Bowling program was carried over from
the last two years and again included the
option of bowling after school at a public
alley. New equipment included tumbling
mats and a portable water fountain for
the outdoor athletic teams.
The Varsity Girls Softball Team was
organized to compete against other girls
in the Monument District on the JV Base-
ball schedule. ' o
Seventh and eighth graders avidly
participated in the intramural program.
The boys played basketball, assisted by
Varsity players last period, and the girls
played hockey and volleyball. Volleyball
was also availabe for Junior and Senior
Finally, the coaches looked better
than ever, decked out in new red Banlon
shirts emblazoned with "George Mason
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Monogram Club Sponsor. Head Varsity Football Coach.
ARNOLD P. SIEGFRIED
Athletic Director. B.S., Rutgers University: M.S., George
Washington University. Physical Education. Head Varsity
"Happy Jack" Gambill welcomes thunderous applause at a
Provide PE Variety
MABEL BRADD '
B.S., Radford College. Physical
B.S., University of New Hampshireg
Co-ordinator. Cheerleading Sponsor.
Netted in by rough weather, the girl's gym class works on volleyball skills
M.Ed., Eastern Michigan University. Physical Education. Camival
AV Staff Covers New Territory
CHARLOTTE HAGEN, Library Secretaryg NANCY DePASQUALE,
B.A., Shepard College. Not Pictured: MILDRED DALTON, B.A.,
George Washington University, Madison College.
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Audio Visual Staff. From left, kneeling: John Norris, Steve Ingley, Doug Jackman, Tom Taylor, Bennet Gordon, David Lamber
son. Standing: Mrs. Hagen, Don Faith, Carl Lindahl, Terrel Wright, Jeff Cronin, Steve Kaplow, Jim Gibbons, David Begle
Dennis Bettendorf, Bill Fry, Cliff Parrot.
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Guidance Secretaries. Manilla Smith, Guidance Secretary: Ann
Macon, Academic Secretary.
Office Secretaries. From left, Sealed: Lucy York. Standing:
Esther Kraft, Annabelle Stafford, Terry Donnelly.
Custodial Staff. From left, Seated: Louise Newman, Minnie Williamson, Ernest Lowery, Francis Drew, Geneva Rodgers.
Standing: Letha Collins, Greta Hickman, Wesley Thompson, Luther Alexander, Lewis Aylor.
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Student Council Association. From left, front: Bette McCarthy, Kevin Burns, Mark Greenberg. Second: Stephanie Line Patti
Singleton, Wanda Keyser, James Rackowski, Debbie Blystone, Julie Harton. Third: Janine Chevalier, Judy Parsons Susie Gen
dreau, Robin Dibble, Sheila Jones, Jennie Jones. Back: Leon Philpot, Ben Scott, Nick Nicholas, Randy Bullock, Robert Waring
Janet Harding, Kinsley Morse.
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"The SCA is YOUR government,"
this year even more than in the past. A
major reorientation stressed involvement
and benefit for more students than ever
To effect this change, committee
chairmen were selected not only on the
basis of a specific skill but with an eye
toward giving the council a broad opinion
Council work began early in the sum-
mer. The first major thrust, aside from
the record-breaking Carnival, was the re-
vision of the dress code.
Again the publication of a handbook-
student directory was undertaken, and its
arrival, though late, was heralded as a
SCA members were ultimately and
directly involved with communtiy activi-
ties. They were represented on the Falls
Church Drug Abuse Council and on YAC.
Possibly the most exciting of the
SCA's undertakings was planning the Ex-
periment in Free-Form Education CEFFED,
a three day exercise in March during
which the curriculum was altered to give
students a chance to participate in semi-
nars covering subject areas of their own
The annual Electives Fair was re-
vised along the lines of Back-to-School
Night, with the demonstrations being given
in various rooms and the guests free to
move about at will.
In addition to all its special and un-
usual activities, the SCA undertook the
day to day running of student government
with a surface smoothness that belied the
enormous amount of work that went on
under the surface.
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SCA members cheerfully supervise City Youth Advisory
Student Council Offi-
cers. From left, front:
Bette McCarthy, Re-
cording Secretaryg Mark
Second: Kevin Burns,
Debbie Blystone, Treas-
urer: Robin Dibble, Cor-
James Rackowski, Sec-
Orator Harcourt elaborates on Dress Code survey comments.
CA Tackles Dress Code
Virtual abolition of the dress code
was the ultimate outcome of an effort at
revision undertaken by a joint Student-
Faculty Committee. The problems of
changing modes of dress were researched
by the committee through the administra-
tion of a survey to students, faculty and
parents. The survey results were reported
to the School Board and led to the adoption
of a temporary code. Finally, the question
of pants on girls led to the replacement
of a formal code by broad outlines con-
cerning taste and cleanliness.
Nick Nicholas distributes Dress Code Survey results.
Mark Greenberg awaits an audience before
the School Board.
Nick N icholas, Chairman, presents Dress Code Committee recommendations.
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National Honor Society. From left, front: An Larson, Gail LaBaugh, Treasurer: Craig Medak, President: Glenn Harcourt, Vice
President: Gail Clinton, Secretary: Hiroyuki Yagi. Second: Tom Skelly, Robert Waring, Mark Greenberg, Dolly Hass, Debbie
Wiencek, Mary Seal, Barbara Brittain, Priss Tackney, Danilo Garcia, Sheila Jones, Debbie Blystone. Third: Jeff Lundy, Kevin
Burns, Kinsley Morse, Susie Gendreau, Meg Scott, Laura Avery. Back: Ann Perry, Janine Chevalier, Marianne McGlynn D
nise Moore, Karen Scheller, Susie Ames. Not Pictured: Sandy Jones, Bob Hobson, Jeff Hobson.
During this year of upheaval "revolu-
tionary" trends attacked even the old
standfast National Honor Society. Accord-
ingly, the traditional guest induction
speakers were eliminated and the four stu-
dent speakers changed their styles. Let-
ters from the society to students making
the honor roll were reinstated this year
to give students more of an incentive to
strive for academic excellence, as well
as to commend them.
Inductees kindle flames of Character, Leadership, Scholarship, and Service
Future Teachers Return To Elementary
Judging from their performance this
year, the Future Teachers of America
should be credits to their chosen profes- ' '
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Scott and President Janine Chevalier they
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projects that included teaching in the
elementary schools, a tutoring system,
and Project Touch.
Their meetings were a forum for
speakers from the Teacher Corps, the
Peace Corps and Project Headstart.
On the social side, they sponsored a
Teacher Tea in August, sold refreshments
at Back-to-School-Night and sponsored
parties for children in Project Touch and
Teachers enjoy faculty teas given by the Future Teachers.
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Future Teachers. From left, front: Susan McQuary, Judy Jensen, Pat Hundley, Mary Fredericks, Carol Gray, Barbara Check-
noff, Susan Cumbey, Van Rouse. Second: Laura Mongole, Janine Chevalier, President: Brenda Twombly, Terry Edwards,
Janice King. Third: Sheila Jones, Vice-President, Nel Sigrnond, Treasurer: Connie Rackoski, Lisbee Stanley, Helen Cooksey,
Corresponding Secretary: Ann Newton, Marian Dzuibinski, Mary Karnis, Historian: Jackie Jackman, Reeny Chapman. Fourth:
Jean Winston, Debbie Locke, Meg Scott, Ann Perry, Chaplain: Kim Perry, Susie Gendreau, Secretary: Kathy Wood, Liz Hoffman.
Schoolg urses Visit Hospital
Future Nurses. From left, front: Barbara Charlesworth, President: Barbara Brittian, Vice-President. Second: Mary Seal
Treasurer: Monica Ingley, Public Relations: Mrs. Baldwin, Sponsor, Charleen Beethoven, Historian: Kathy Kane, Secretary
Back: Linda Lindahl, Mary Margaret Shick, Carol Compher, Andrea Andrews, Linda Taylor, Teresa Lambert, Vivian Shreve
Beth Waitzfelder, Pat Macomber, Karen Steirer, Teresa Twombly, Nancy Hall, Margaret Karnis, Susan Hughes.
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President Barbara Charlesworth contemplates
More than just a service club, the
Future Nurses of America used their
service as a practical prelude to study
and a career in nursing. The c1ub's ac-
tivities this year certainly reflected their
aims as well as being valuable assets to
the community. Work was done with re-
tarded and crippled children as well as in
a nursing home.
To provide needed relaxation as well
as monetary help, the club staged a cake
walk at Carnival '69.
New Policy Admits Freshmen
Key Club. From left kneeling: Pete Colonna, David Parker, Jim Langford, Ben Scott, Sophomore Representative: Leon Philpot
Mark Greenberg, Senior Representativeg Ritchie Buschow. Standingg Eric Yoshihashi, Secretaryg Paul Karnis, Bill Ermerms
Fred Watson, Kenny Fauteux, Laban Sadtler, Junior Representative: David Manning, Treasurer: Pat Herman, Vice-President
Tom Alexander, Wayne Coates, President.
Flushed by their car rally success, the
Key Club came back this year to repeat their
triumph. Not so fortunate in other fun en-
deavors they lost their football game with the
Marshall Key Clubbers 30-0.
Primarily a service organization, the
club marched for ALSAC and UNICEF, col-
lecting S264 in a combined effort with the
Keyettes. Key Club participation in Project
Touch provided an excellent service for un-
derprivileged children in the area.
A policy change from last year allowed
for the acceptance of freshmen and prompted
a second induction.
Enthusiastic response is given at a Key Club meeting
Half Year Terms Initiated
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V1 four fold: to develop initiative and leader-
ship, to provide common work experience,
to serve school and community, and to co-
operate with the school principal. In the
past year they have without doubt lived up
to all of these lofty aspirations.
Not a group to procrastinate, the
club's activities began last July with a
slumber party that yielded 32 dresses for
Jew' - Vietnamese orphans. Too numerous to
recount fully, the rest of the year's ac-
tivities included work on Project Touch,
marches for ALSAC, UNICEF, and
Dimes, ushering at various school activi-
ties, and an Easter party for the children
-at at the CP Center.
A note of special importance was the
appointment by the President of Keyette
International of Susie Ames as Interna-
tional Project Chairman.
A change from past years, all offi-
cers with the exception of President and
Class Representatives were elected for
half year terms, in February and May.
New member inductions were held as usual
in September and February.
Keyettes exhibit mechanical aptitude with the snow cone machine.
Keyettes. From left, front: Sarah Stanley, Junior Representative: Susie Ames, Keyette International Projects Chairman: Kathy
Wood, Senior Representative: Kinsley Morse, Meg Scott, President: Barbara Brittain, Chaplain: Debbie Wiencek, Pat Hundley.
Second: Mary Margaret Shick, Connie Rackowski, Ann Perry, Corresponding Secretary: Denise Moore, Vice-Presidentf Sheila
Jones, Recording Secretaryp Anita Cerio, Barbara Checknoff, Suzanne DuPont. Third: Robin Dibble, Anne Gerard, Carolyn
Diehl, Cindy Herfindahl, Marianne McGlynn, Lisbee Stanley, Carol Gray. Fourth: Nancy Curt, Mary Karnis, Laura Avery, Susie
Gendreau, Sue Lemon, Margie Earman, Jatine-Chevalier, Sandy Jones, Historian. 7
Tri-Hi-Y Marches to a New Cadence
Cadence Club. From left, seated: Judy Bradley, Sergeant-at-Arms: Helen Cooksey, Historian: Claudia Dewhurst, President:
Ann Perry, Treasurer: Lisbee Stanley, Secretary: Meredith Hutchins, Chaplain. Standing: Mary Karnis, Judy Parsons, Julie
Hollandsworth, Carol Cooke, Gaye Goetz, Carol Gray, Bugsy Schumann, Linda Miers, Wanda Keyser, Anne Newton, Bette McCarthy.
Cadence Club members display "Flower Power" in their booth.
Formerly Tri-Hi-Y, the Cadence Clu
assumed its new name as the result of
massive reorganization effort. More scho
oriented than in the past, the club spo
sored two membership drives and ope
ated with a much expanded roster.
Despite its new direction, the club e
perienced some difficulty in translatin
its aims into action. The sale of larg
beautiful paper flowers at Carnival '6
was undoubtedly the most popular an
profitable project undertaken by the clu
Drill Team Conceived and Expanded
rill Team. From lower left: Doris Chamberlain, Dorothy Hannum, Nancy Coates, Yvonne Goebel, Jenny Gendreau, Mary Hoover,
ela Price, Norma Miller, Kathy Frase, Karen Boggs, Regina Lloyd, Judy Pickeral, Joan Perry, Debbie Holcomb, Susan Miller,
racy Goetz, Sandra Christian, Joyce King, Terry Rothmeier, Candy Kain, Anita Wilkerson, Julie Herrick.
divert the attention of the white clad Pom-Pom girls.
New this year, the Drill Team ex-
panded from the eight member base dur-
ing football to include a flock of seventh
through ninth grade girls for the rest of
The original eight were presented at
the home Woodbridge football game and
performed at several following games in-
cluding Homecoming. Their uniforms and
pom-poms were all homemade.
A second set of tryouts followed the
close of football season, increasing the
number of girls to twenty two. The rou-
tines performed by these girls were re-
sults of the creative efforts of the team
Pep Club Gets Student
Armed with pledge and charter the
Pep Club set out to instill that magic qual-
ity, Pep, in the student body. Despite com-
plex organization and an avalanche of ac-
tivities, the student body's response was
somewhat disappointing. Their mammoth
"Mustangs Have the Power" banner be-
came a legend in its own time. Activities
reached a fever pitch during the week be-
fore Homecoming when the club sponsored
dummies, spirit chains, sticks, and signs,
sneaky sneakers, winks and waves. For
Homecoming itself the Pep Clubbers dec-
orated the bleachers, presented mums
for various girls involved with the days
activities and presented a football neck-
lace to the Queen.
In the week to week battle for spirit
individual club members took care of
their "adopted" athletes, while the club
as a whole provided schedules and posters
to prompt the students. As a fitting cap-
stone for their labors, the club bought a
commemorative plaque and sent thank you
notes to the athletes' Pep Club Officers: From top: Reeny Chapman, Treasurer: Colleeni
Lynch, Vice-President, Suzanne DuPont, Secretary: Tricia Kinney,
Historian: Barbara Brittain, President.
Pep Club. From left, front: Tracy Goetz, Tricia Kinney, Sarah Stanley, Suzanne DuPont, Mary Margaret Shick, Rita Comley,
Liz Hoffman. Second: Anne Dexter, Jennie Gendreau, Teresa Lampert, Mary Lloyd, Colleen Lynch, Susan Watson, Page Fraley,
Patti Rick. Third: Joan Gibson, Debbie Wiencek, Barbara Brittain. Fourth: Emilie Papanicolas, Cilla Edwards, Judy Cham-
berlain, Joanne Lynch, Margie Earman, Jeannie Lacy, Judy Parsons, Jill Levins, Kathy Kane. Fifth: Nancy Peal, Carol Humph-
reys, Nancy Curt, Debbie Smoot, Barbara Hamlin, Debbie Williams, Perri Khosrovi, Linda Gilley. Standing: Debbie Lovings,
Vivian Shreve, Helen Cooksey, Bugsy Schuman, Priss Tackney, Mrs. Stenburg, Sponsor.
ody Up For Games
Monogram Club. From left, kneeling: Robert Waring, Kim Champion, Andy DuPont, President: Andy Schwind. Second: Chuck
Stickney, Jim Davis, Marty Schwind, Secretary-Treasurer, Billy Martin, Jeff Lundy, Mark Greenberg. Back: Mike Ellis,
Wendell Byrd, Mark Hamlin, Tom Skelly, Vice-President, Paul Karnis, John Wagner.
Monogrammer Andy Schwind helps the Pep Club Homecoming Chain
reach new heights.
During the past year the Monogram
Club has gone efficiently about its busi-
ness of providing an image of the athlete
as something more than a sports machine.
An honorary organization, for which all
lettermen become eligible, but into which
they are not necessarily inducted, the club
provided both service and entertainment.
The annual Back-to-School night traf-
fic jam was unravelled by competent Mon-
ogram car parkers. During the new wing
dedication club members were again
pressed into service parking cars as well
as guiding people through the new facilities.
Spring brought the Spring Sports Ban-
quet, again Monogram planned and exe-
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Practice makes perfect. This year's
MUSTANG staff was bolstered by an
abundance of experience and exuberance
to the result that dead lines were met,
and more time could be given to actually
working on the book as opposed to "learn-
ing the ropes." The photography staff was
an exception. The presence of an increased
number of people was sometimes offset
by a decrease in familiarity with equip-
ment, but hard work and sweat usually
managed to get the job done . . . eventually.
Major changes in the book's organi-
zation were the dropping of the Sports and
Features Sections with those activities
covered in a student activities section.
Another policy change involved the com-
bination of the headline and copy sections
under one editor. Otherwise things re-
mained much as they have been in the
past. As always, editors outnumbered
staffers by about two to one.
Despite this year's success, the out-
look for the future is somewhat dimmed
by the' dominance of graduating Seniors
on the Staff.
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As usual, the MUSTANG staff gets -gn
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Photography Staff. From left, front: Rhett Lowry, Glenn Harcourt, Laurie
Second: Harold Nicholas, Debbie Blystone, Barbara Mahaffey, Mike Burk. Third:
Baynham, An Larson, Randy Bullock.
MUSTANG to New Heights
MUSTANG Editorial Staff. From left, front: Wanda Keyser, Advertising Manager: Kathy Kane, Assistant Subscription Editorq
Judy Chamberlain, Assistant Organizations Editorg Margie Earman, Assistant Features Editorp Anne Peret, Assistant Curricu-
lum Editor: Renee Chapman, Underclass Editor. Second: Colleen Lynch, Sports Co4Editor: Kathy Wood, Curriculum Co-
Editorg Gaye Goetz, Production Manager: Suzanne DuPont, Onifcmizations Editor, Gail Clinton, Senior Editor, Mary Karnis,
Assistant Unrterclass Editor. Third: Craig Medak, Features Editorg Mike Burk, Assistant Advertising Editorg Pete Freden
burg, Curriculum Coflfzlitor: Mike Ellis, Sports Co-Editorg Wendell Byrd, Subscription Editor: Sarah Stanley, Index Editorg
Randy Bullock, Photography Editor: Glenn Harcourt, Headlines-Copy Editor.
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From Left: Eric Yoshihashi, Treasurer, Wanda Keyser, Class Representative: Kinsley Morse, President: Denise Moore,
Secretary: Wayne Coates, Vice-President.
On entering George Mason the class of '70
was confronted by Goldwater-Johnson posters
soon rivaled by first class officer campaign
promises of Coke in the water fountains and free
ice cream. Alternating Science with Home Ec. or
Shop, class members claimed wooded land sur-
rounding the then non-existent football field and
observed nature amid the mud and poison ivy.
In Eighth Grade, athletic redistricting left
George Mason in IB competition. Students be-
came involved as the Football team placed second
in District, and cheered "We're Number One"
during basketball. The day ended at 2:30 for
some, at 3:00 for those in language. Everyone
was an intellectual as the Eighth Grade dominated
the honor roll.
Freshman year began with a little excitement,
along with SCA doughnuts, when one morning an
army helicopter was discovered resting on the
practice field. Going to basketball games meant
going to dances afterwardsg "Detour" was the
first attempt at producing such a sockhop. BSCS
biologists staked another plot by the now exis-
tent football field.
In '68 Sophomores were integral parts of
clubs, publications, and SCA. The active class
agenda set precedents: Sophomore Sucker Day,
"Up, Up and Away", the first Sophomore Christ-
mas Dance, and Clarence Clean-Up. After redis-
tricting again the basketball teams moved into
the Monument District. The last year of the two-
year modular system allowed everyone a little
free time to congregate in the halls and watch
the devastation of the hill for the new wing. The
student square was almost completed.
Junior year was another election year and
as the country inaugurated Nixon, the class began
its first year under Kinsley. Super class organi-
zation produced a spaghetti dinner, a sweetheart
dance with a real fountain, a controversial
Variety Show and a "Midsummers Night's Dream"
New concepts were introduced with the quarterly
English changes and phrases like "creative
problem solving" and Hfuntional fixity" crept
into the common vocabulary. Most of the class
ended the year on TV reliving Black Voices, De-
cision and Dissent or Film.
The Morse machine defeated the Free School
Party and the class of '70 moved into that decade.
The only class with complete independent study,
Seniors roamed the halls planning carnival,
Homecoming or selecting announcements. Athletic
competition seemed plagued by insurmountable
injuries. ARA provided welcome relief from 11
years of cafeteria food. Seniors became cafeteria
experts since the campus was not completely
Graduation on a Saturday morning in the new
auditorium set another precedent. Seniors won-
dered how much of their influence would affect
George Mason in the '70's.
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Thomas C. Alexander
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Susan Elizabeth Ames Owen Richard Baynham Karen Jule Black
Roy Page Anderson Jan Raynor Bigart William Preston Block
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Seniors Survive: Coke
Tim Burnham expresses his pleasure at the Carnival.
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Christopher Boswell Judith Ann Bradley
Geo. Leland Brennan
Therese L. Brennan
Barbara Gail Brittain
Owen Rand Bullock
"Did someone say Carol Cooke?"
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Timothy D. E. Burnham
Mary Elaine Burrell
Entranced by her little machine Denise Conley does her 'thing',
whatever it may be.
James Kevin Burns
Ritchie D. Buschow
Ritchie Buschow watches the bouncing ball.
Jon Kimberly Callgway Brian Davis Carroll
Gary Campbell Kelly Ray Champion
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Janine Y. Chevalier A C V CCC
Gail Elizabeth Clinton Carolyn Alice Cooke ' Helen Mafia Cooksey Ch1'iStiI16 Marie Dailey
The Modular System . . .
James Edward Davis
Benn Stuart Deans
David Alan DeCreny
Ralph E. de los Reyes
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Claudia J , Dewhurst Daniel Barry Dinneen Richard Dumm
Barry Dinneen and Marty Schwind "armed" as guards for the Homecoming dummies.
Andra Pierre DuPont Suzanne DuPont Joseph Patrick Earman
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Barbara Brittain reminds gaping Pete Fredenburg of next period's test.
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Karen Eve Falkowski Joyce Ann Fewell J. Peter Fredenburg D8I1i10 Hidalgo G81'Cia
Richard Paul Fauteux Lani Kitson Fisher Mary Ann Fredericks Lesley Gaye Goetz
The Free School Party. . .
Matthew James Gorman Lynn Susan Grove Glenn R. Harcourt
Mark Alan Greenberg Lynne Hammond Dorothy Mae Hass
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Charles Jeffrey Hobson
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Julia L. Hollandsworth
Earl Arthur Houseman
Peter Lloyd Hudson
Deborah Leigh Hughes
Edward A. Humphreys
Patricia M. Hundley
Holly C. Hutchens Jacqueline A. Jackman
Meredith Hutchins Wanda E. Keyser
"Now, where did I leave those keys?" ponders An Larson.
. . .Seniority
Stephanie Line discovers the cure for the common hiccough.
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Michael Joseph Lacy James Nile Langford
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Gary H. Lindsey Frank Albert Lozano
Stephanie Alexis Line Jeffrey Wetmore Lundy
The Marshian meets the Hassian.
Gary Scott Lyman Barbara Anne Mahaffey
Colleen Ann Lynch William Thomas Marsh
- y Jeannie Martin Deborah Gail Mattson
, , , Gordon Moore Matheson Richard T. McCarraher
Chris Neumann as Marrm' Sam employs hlS eloquent rhetorlc.
Draft Revisions Alter Plans
"You have differentation and intergration confused," Colleen
Lynch explains to seventh graders.
Craig Mac Medak
Linda Annette Miers
Walter James Miller
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James W, MCCI-Qcklin Carol Jean Mclnturff
'IT'S' alive and living in Barbara Mahaffey's hot dog!
Seniors Dominate Sports,
Denise Ann Moore Elvira Kinsley R. Morse Lynn Muilenburg Christopher E. Neumann
Jackie Jackman takes notes during a Senior class meeting, surrounded by "interested" peers.
Ann Marguerite Newton Harold Thomas Nicholas J oelle Odorizzi David Jerome Ordway
Edward John Orf John Clarkson Parker Judy Ann Parsons D-HVid NeWt011 Payne
The Three Stooges, Jeff Hobson, Jim Davis, Chuck Stickney, contemplate Brentsville then Gar-Field.
Martha Smith Payne Ann Christine Perry Julie Agnes Pitsnogle Janet Marie Reynolds
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Daniel Earl Seidel Eric William Sherman
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Patti Singleton puts her artistic talents to good use for the
Drama Club at Carnival '69.
Patricia E. Singleton Th0II1aS Patrick Skelly
Janet E. Siniard Nancy Anne Skubal
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Karen Jean Smith Charles Floyd Stickney
"You just sat on my gum," Tom Skelly informs Gail Clinton.
Wilson Edward Stinson Brenda Gay Thorpe
John Stock James Pierre Thur
Priscilla M. Tackney Rena Frances Trexler
Michael Claud Tedder Christine Van Domelen
John Wesley Wagner
Clayton Custis Walden
Richard Henry Warren
Susan Virginia Weiler
Robert Monroe Werth
Lynn M. Westmoreland
Kathy Wood helps bring in the marlin.
Eric S. Wolf Michael A. Yarborough
Katherine E. Wood Deborah Ann Yeary
Hiroyuki Yagi Eric John Yoshihashi
Two AFS Students
Experience American System
George Mason's two AFS students, Hiroyuki Yagi and Danilo Garcia, pause in the library at an appropriate place.
Each year George Mason's AFS
Chapter host a Senior foreign exchange
student. This year there were two: Danilo
Garcia from Costa Rica, and Hiroyuki
Yagi from Tokyo, Japan.
Each boy became involved in school
activities early in the year. An active
member of the Varsity Soccer Team,
Danilo displayed the skill that years of
practice in one of his country's important
sports had given him.
Hiroyuki-Yuki-for short impressed
the entire school with his musical abili-
ties at the Christmas concert by singing
a Japanese protest song to his own
Both boys were quiet and yet quickly
acquired friends with their pleasant per-
sonalities, and were a vital part of the
LARRY ADDISON: SCA Commit-
tee 43 French Club 23 Drama Club
TOM ALEXANDER: SCA Student
Square Committee 3,43 Key Club
3,42 Future Business Leaders 23
Varsity Football 43 "Brigadoon"
33 Dance Clean-Up Committee 2,
SUSIE AMES: Class Representa-
tive 1,33 Keyettes 2, Historian 3,
Project Chairman 43 Wilderness
Society 33 Band 1,2,33 Pep Band
1,2,33 Varsity Cheerleader 33
Girl's Sports 23 Variety Show 33
Homecoming Chairman 43' First
Place in Declamation Contest
French I 33 Sophomore Christmas
Dance Attendant. '
ROY ANDERSON: JV Football 23
Varsity Football 33 Baseball 13
OWEN BAYNHAM: Photo staff 4.
JAN BIGART: Transfer 4.
KAREN BLACK: Dance Decor-
ation Committee 2.
PRET BLOCK: JV Basketball 1,
Captain 23 Varsity Basketball 3,
43 Baseball 23 Varsity Football
3,4. Most Athletic 4. Most Valu-
able Player, Football 4.
DEBBIE BLYSTONE: SCA Treas-
urer 43 SCA Representative to
School Board 43 National Honor
Society 43 LASSO 43 LASSO Cir-
culation Editor li Tri-M 2,3,43
Future Teachers 3: Choir 1,2,3,43
10th Grade Ensemble3 Select En-
semble 33 Choir Librarian 2,3,43
"Oklahoma" 13 "Brigadoon" 33
Variety Show 1,33 Decorations
Committee 33 Junior Car Wash
Publicity 33 National Merit Letter
of Commendation 43 YAC 4.
LAURIE BOLSTER: SCA Assem-
blies Chairman 43 Thespians 3,41
Staff 43 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Inter-
national Relations Club 1,41 Band
1,2,3,4, Concert Band 1,2, March-
ing Band 1,2, Pit Band 4, Wind En-
semble 23 Girl's Sports 13 "The
Hobbit" 43 Best Supporting Actress
23 Outstanding Performance 13
Director of "The Imaginary In-
CHRIS BOSWELL: Transfer 33
Cross Country 3,41 Varsity Track
JUDY BRADLEY: Welcome Com-
mittee Chairman 43 MUSTANG 33
Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3Q Cadence Sergeant-
At-Arms 43 Pep Club 13 Library
Aide 13 Office Aide 33 Jr. Sr. Girls
Basketball Game 33 Powder Puff
Football 33 Variety Show 33 Dec-
orations for Homecoming Parade
33 Sweetheart Dance Decorations
Committee 33 Car Wash 3.
TERRY BRENNAN: Drama Club
1,2,33 Choir 1,2,32 "The Lottery"
BARBARA BRITTAIN: SCA
Treasurer 33 National Honor So-
ciety 43 MUSTANG Staff 1,21 Pep
Club 1,2,3, President 43 Future
Nurses 1,2,3, Vice President 43
Future Homemakers 3, Vice Pres-
ident 43 Keyettes 3, Chaplain 43
Girls Basketball 33 Powder Puff
Football 33 Variety Show 33 Dance
Publicity Chairman 23 Decorations
Chairman 13 Home Economics
Fashion Shows 23 Most Outstand-
ing Home Economics Student Tro-
phy 23 Most Improved Latin Stu-
dent 23 First Place in Spanish
Poetry Contest 33 Academic
Achievement Award 33 Math As-
sistant 33 Spanish Lab Assistant 33
Homecoming Attendant 2,4.
OWEN BULLOCK: SCA Elec-
tions and Surveys Committee
Chairman 43 LASSO 43 MUSTANG
Photography Editor 43 Forensics
Prose Reading Third Place 33
Drama Club 43 National Merit Let-
ter of Commendation 4.
KEVIN BURNS: SCA Vice Pres-
ident 43 National Honor Society 3,
43 French Honor Society 1,2, Vice
President 3, President 43 Chess
Team 1, Captain 2,31 Math Team
3, Captain 43 Track 23 Soccer 3,42
Most Improved Player 33 Choir 23
Prom Chairman 33 First Place at
Regional Science Fair in Chemis-
try 23 Second Prize in UN District
Contest 33 "It's Academic Team",
Captain 43 Most Scholarly 4.
MARY BURRELL: Spanish Honor
RITCHIE BUSCHOW: SCA News-
Its Academic" Team. From left: Mark Greenberg, Kevin Burns, Captainf Glenn
Harcourt. Alternates. Back: Dolly Hass, Van Rouse, Priss Tackney.
"Oh my aching back," moans Lynn Grove
letter Chairman 43 Hi-Y 33 Key
Club 3,43 Soccer 1,3,3,43 JV Base-
ball 23 Band 1,2,33 Junior Variety
Show 2,33 Spaghetti Dinner 33 Car
Wash 33 Band Festival Medal 3.
JON CALLOWAY: Transfer 33
Varsity Football 3,42 Varsity
Baseball 3, Most Team Spirited 3.
KELLY CHAMPION: Transfer 23
Monogram Club 43 JV Football 23
Varsity Wrestling 2.3, Captain 4,
Most Improved Award 33 Second
Place State Wrestling Competition
33 Track 3.
KIM CHAMPION: Transfer 23
Monogram Club 2, Treasurer 3,
Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Cross Coun-
try 1,2, Most Improved Runner 2,
,Captain 3, Co-Captain 43 Wrestling
2,3,4, Co-Captain 2,3,43 Most Val-
uable 2,3Q Third Place In State
Wrestling Competition 33 First
Place in Monument District Wres-
tling Competition 33 First Place in
Junior Olympic Wrestling Tourna-
ment 33 Homecoming Dance Con-
cessions Chairman 4.
SCA Welcome Committee-Wel-
come Tea 43 Future Nurses 2,3,
President 43 Tri-Hi-Y 33 Cadence
Club 43 Sweetheart Dance Publicity
Chairman 33 Sophomore Sucker
Dayi Bake Sales 23 Spaghetti Din-
JANINE CHEVALIER: SCA Pub-
licity Chairman 4: SCA Carnival
Publicity Chairman 43 National
Honor Society 43 French Honor
Society 1,2,3,4: Drama Club 2g
Keyettes 2,4, Corresponding Sec-
retary 33 Future Teachers 3, Pres-
ident 43 Girls Sports 23 Choir 1,2,
3,42 Concert Ensemble 33 Sweet-
heart Dance Committee 3: Variety
Show 33 Academic Achievement
Night 1,2,33 "Brigadoon" 3: Spa-
ghetti Dinner 3.
SCOTT CLINE: Hi-Y 33 JV Foot-
ball 13 Varsity Football 13 Varsity
Basketball 43 Varsity Baseball 13
JV Basketball 1,2.
GAIL CLINTON: Sophomore
MSQT Yields Semi-Finalists
Class Secretary3 National Honor
Society 3, Secretary 4: Quill and
Scroll 3,43 Spanish Honor Society
1,2,3,43 MUSTANG Co-Index Edi-
tor 2, Assistant Features Editor
2, Production Manager 3, Senior
Section Editor 4: LASSO 43 Drama
Club 33 Math Team 3,43 Girls
Track Team, Powder Puff Foot-
ball: National Merit Letter of
Commendation 4: Junior Prom
WAYNE COATES: Senior Class
Vice-President 43 SCA 43 Key
Club 2, Secretary 3, President
43 Soccer 1,2,3,41 Track 13 Choir
1,3,4Q "Oklahoma" 13 "Brigadoon"
33 Readers Ensemble 33 Variety
Show Set Chairman 33 Junior Class
Carwash Chairman 33 Spaghetti
Dinner 3: Key Club-Faculty Game
PETER COLONNA: Transfer 33
Key Club 43 Varsity Basketball
Manager 1,23 Varsity Baseball 1,
23 Sweetheart Dance Committee 33
Prom Committee 33 Junior Class
Car Wash 3: Homecoming Dance
DENISE CONLEY: LASSO 1:
CAROL COOKE: MUSTANG 23
Pep Club 1,2,43 Drama Club 13
Tri-Hi-Y 3: Cadence 43 Sweet-
heart Dance Committee 33 Variety
Show Publicity 33 Homecoming
HELEN COOKSEY: LASSO 43
Tri-Hi-Y Historian 3, Cadence 43
Future Teachers 3, Correspond-
ing Secretary 43 Pep Club 43 Pow-
der Puff Football 2,33 Senior High
Julie Pitsnogle waits patiently
for a dialtone.
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National Merit Semi-finalists. From
Band Secretary 13 Chairman Soph-
omore Sucker Day: Sweetheart
Dance Committee 33 Electives
Fair 33 Jr.-Sr. Girl's Basketball
33 Homecoming Court Chairman 4.
CHRISTINE DAILEY: MUSTANG
13 Pep Club 1,23 Future Teachers
23 Cheerleading Club 1,21 JV
JIM DAVIS: MUSTANG Busi-
ness Manager 43 Monogram Club
2,3,43 JV Football 13 Varsity Foot-
ball 2,3,43 Tri-Captain 43 Most
Improved Lineman 2,3, Most Team
Spirited 3, - Coach's All-District
Team 3,43 Evening Star All-Dis-
trict Team 33 Wrestling 2,3,4,
Captain 43 Most Team Spirited 2,
3: Second Place in District Wres-
tling 2,33 Second in State Wrestling
33 Third Place in Junior Olympics
33 Chorus 1,2,3,43 "Oklahoma" 1:
left: Kevin Burns, Gail LaBaugh and Glenn
Most School Spirited 43 Virginia
Music Camp 1,2,3.
BENN DEANS: Hi-Y 2,33 Pep
Club 43 Soccer 1,21 JV Baseball 23
Reader's Ensemble 33 Concert En-
semble 3,4: "Brigadoon" 33 Vari-
ety Show 3.
DAVID DECRENY: JV Basket-
ball 1,23 JV Baseball 23 Varsity
RALPH DE LOS REYES: Trans-
fer 2: Thespians 3, Secretary-
Treasurer 4: Quill and Scroll 3,41
MUSTANG 2,33 LASSO 2,3,4Q
TEMPO 3,43 Drama Club 2,3,
Secretary-Treasurer 43 Interna-
tional Relations Club 3,4: "Re-
markable Incident at Carsons'
Corners 2"3 "Opening Night" 3.
CLAUDIA DEWHURST: Tri-
Hi-Y 2, Secretary 33 Cadence
President 43 Christmas Dance
Julie Hollandsworth plants last flower of Homecoming Court decorations.
The senior class annually elects
eight superlative senior awards.
Best-All-Around: Suzanne Du-
Pont and Bill Marsh.
Decorations Chairman 23 Spaghetti
Dinner Decorations Chairman 33
Variety Show Opening Number 33
Prom Court Chairman 33 Home-
coming Dance Co-Chairman 43
Chorus 43 Freshman Homecoming
BARRY DINNEEN: Transfer 43
Varsity Football 4.
RICHARD DUMM: Transfer 4.
ANDY DUPONT: SCA Second
Vice President 13 Spanish Honor
Society 1,23 Math Team 43 Mono-
gram Club 2,3, President 43 Soc-
cer l,2,3,4, Co-Captain 1,2,3, Cap-
tain 43 JV Basketball 33 Varsity
Basketball 33 Varsity Tennis 2,32
Varsity Football 3,43 Co-Chair-
man Sweetheart Dance 33 All
Northern Virginia Soccer 43 All-
Metropolitan Soccer Team 4, Out-
standing Defender 4.
SUZANNE DU PONT: SCA Home-
room Representative 1,32 National
Honor Society 33 Quill and Scroll
Class Gives R ecognitior
3,43 MUSTANG 1,2 Underclass
Editor 3, Organizations Editor 43
Keyettes 2,4, Junior Representa-
tive 33 Pep Club 1,2, Treasurer
3, Secretary 43 Cheerleading Club
1,2,3, Vice President 43 JV Cheer-
leader 1, Co-Captain 23 Varsity
Cheerleader 3,43 Powder Puff
Football 1,23 Jr.-Sr. Girl's Bas-
ketball 33 Variety Show 2,33 Sock
Hop Dance Committee 13 Christ-
mas Dance Decorations Co-Chair-
man 23 Sweetheart Dance Attend-
ant 1,23 Most Athletic Girl Award
23 Woodward and Lothrop Teen
Board 33 Homecoming Queen 43
Best All-Around 4.
JOE EARMAN: JV Football 13
JV Baseball 13 Varsity Baseball
WANDA ELAM: Powder Puff
Football 43 Chorus 33 Christmas
Dance Committee 23 Sophomore
Sucker Day3 Variety Show Public-
ity Chairman 33 Sweetheart Dance
Committee 33 Spaghetti Dinner 33
MIKE ELLIS: Varsity Football
33 Varsity Baseball 2,33 MUS-
TANG Sports Co-Editor 4.
KAREN FALKOWSKI: Transfer
43 German Club 23 International
Relations Club 3.
RICHARD FAUTEUX: JV Foot-
ball 23 JV Basketball 23 Varsity
Football 33 Varsity Basketball 3,4.
JOYCE ANN FEWELL: Trans-
fer 33 Spanish Club 13 Pep Club 1,
23 Majorette 1,2.
LANI FISHER: Transfer 23 SCA
Bulletin Board Committee 43 SCA
Dress Code Committee 43 TEMPO
33 Variety Show Scenery and Props
33 Pep Club 4.
PETE FREDENBURG: MUS-
TANG Ass't Features Editor 2,3,
Co-Curriculum Section Editor 43
Thespians 43 Drama Club 2,33
International Relations Club 3,43
Band 1,2,3, Drum Major 2,3, Pep
Band 2,3, Band Manager 23 "Ok-
lahoma" 13 "Remarkable Incident
at Carsons Corners" 23 Children's
Plays 23 "Brigadoon" 33 "The
Hobbit" 4g "Everyman" 33 Best
Supporting Actor 3.
MARY FREDERICKS: Transfer
33 Red Cross Club 1,23 Latin Club
1,22 French Club 1,23 Honor Roll
1,23 Chorus 3,41 "Brigadoon" 33
Sweetheart Dance Committee 33
Alumni Tea Chairman 4.
GAYE GOETZ: Freshman Class
Secretary3 SCA Concessions Chair-
man 33 MUSTANG l,3, Production
Manager 43 Pep Club 1,2,4, His-
torian 33 Cheerleading Club 3,43
Tri-Hi-Y 33 Cadence 43 Varsity
Cheerleading Manager 3,43 Spa-
ghetti Dinner Publicity Committee
33 Junior Christmas Dance Attend-
JIM GORMAN: Hi-Y 3.
MARK GREENBERG: SCA Pres-
ident 43 Sophomore Class Vice-
President3 SCA Assembly Chair-
man 33 National Honor Society 3,43
French Honor Society 1,2,3,41
LASSO 43 Key Club 2,3, Sr. Rep.
43 Monogram Club 2,3,4Q Math
Team 3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 Soccer
1,2,3,41 Virginia Boys State 33
National Merit Letter of Commen-
dation 43 "It's Academic Team"
43 Falls Church Council on Drug
LYNN GROVE: Drama Club 2,
3,41 Chorus 3,43 "Oklahoma" 13
"Brigadoon" 33 Hootenany 33 Va-
riety Show 1,2,33 Christmas Dance
Co-Chairman Decorations Com-
mittee 23 Homecoming Publicity
Committee Co-Chairman 43 Soph-
omore Sucker Day: Freshman
LYNNE HAMMOND: Interna-
tional Relations Club 3,43 Chorus
1,2,3, Keeper of the Robes, 43
"Oklahoma" 13 "Brigadoon" 33
Concert Ensemble 3,42 Fine Arts
GLENN HARCOURT: SCA Stu-
dent-Faculty Conduct Code Com-
mittee 43 SCA Dress Code Com-
mittee 43 National Honor Society 3,
Vice President 43 Thespians 3,43
Quill and Scroll 3,43 Spanish Honor
Society 2,32 MUSTANG 2, Head-
line Editor 33 Headline-Copy Edi-
tor 4, Photography Staff 43 LASSO
2,3,43 TEMPO Editor 3,43 Drama
Club 2,33 Spanish Club 23 "The
Remarkable Incident at Carsons
Corners" 23 "Everyman" 33 "Wisp
in the Wind" 33 "The Hobbit" 43
"The Imaginary Invalid" 43 Co-
Chairman Christmas Dance 23
Variety Show 3,43 Academic
Achievement Night 2,32 U.S. His-
tory Award 23 Latin Tournament
23 Senior Scholastic Poetry Award
33 NCTE Award Winner 43 Na-
Most Scholarly: Marianne McGlynn and Kevin- Burns.
0 Superlative Seniors
tional Merit Semi-Finalist 4: "Its
Academic" Team 4.
DOLLY HASS: Sophomore Class
Secretary: SCA Recording Secre-
tary 3: National Honor Society 3,
4: Quill and Scroll 3,4: MUSTANG
Production Editor 2, Curriculum
Editor 3, Editor 4: LASSO Co-Ex-
change Editor,4: Pep Club 2.4, Sec-
retary 3, JV Cheerleader 2: Varsi-
ty Cheerleader 3.4: Cheerleading
Club 4, Secretary 2, Treasurer
3: Powder Puff Football 1.2.3,4:
"Oklahoma" 1: Chorus 1: Variety
Show 2.3: "Up, Up and Away"
Dance Chairman 2: Spaghetti Din-
ner Chairman 3: Jr. Sr. Girl's
Basketball 3: Academic Achieve-
ment Night 1,3,4: Virginia Girls
State Alternate 3: National Merit
Letter of Commendation 4: "Its
Academic" Alternate 4.
CECELIA HEIL: Transfer 4.
PAT HERMAN: SCA Student
Square Committee 2, Chairman 3:
Key Club 2, Treasurer 3, Vice-
President 4: Future Business
Leaders 2. President 3: "Briga-
doon" 3: Advanced Chorus 3.4.
JEFF HOBSON: Transfer 2: Na-
tional Honor Society 3,4: Varsity
Football 2.3, Tri-Captain 4:
Coach's All-District Football
Team 4: 'Evening Star All-District
Football Team 4: Washington
Post's All-League Football Team
4: JV Basketball 2. Most Spirited
2: Varisty Basketball 3.4: Most
Improved 3: Harvard Book Prize 3.
Transfer 2: SCA Homeroom Rep-
resentative 3: French Honor So-
ciety 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, Vice Presi-
dent 3: Cadence 4: Dramatics Club
2: Wilderness Society Vice Presi-
dent 3: Co-Chairman of Spaghetti
Dinner Publicity 3.
EARL HOUSEMAN: Internation-
al Relations Club Treasurer 4:
Carnival 4: Mixed Chorus 2,3,4:
10th Grade Chorus: "Brigadoon"
2: National Merit Letter Of Com-
mendation 4: Latin Award 2.
PETE HUDSON: Transfer 4.
DEBBIE HUGHES: Pep Club 1:
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ED HUMPHREYS: Hi-Y 2, Ser-
PAT HUNDLEY: Spanish Honor
Society 2: Future Nurses 1.2:
Keyettes 2,3,4: Pep Club 2: Drama
Club 2: Future Homemakers 4:
Future Teachers 4: Academic
Achievement Night 1.2.
HOLLY HUTCHENS: LASSO 4:
Drama Club 3: International Re-
lations Club 3.4: Variety Show 1,
2: "The Hobbit" 4.
MEREDITH HUTCHINS: SCA
Welcome Committee 3.4: German
Club Secretary-Treasurer 3.4:
Tri-Hi-Y 3: Cadence Chaplain 4:
Office Aide 1,2,3,4: Prom Refresh-
ments Chairman 3: Spaghetti Din-
ner Waitress 3: "Remarkable
Incident at Carsons' Corners" 2.
JACKIE JACKMAN: Future
Teachers 2.4: LASSO 1: Fine Arts
Festival 2.3: Homecoming Dance
Publicity Committee 4.
WANDA KEYSER: SCA Class
Representative 4: Tri-M 2.3.
President 4: MUSTANG 3, Ad-
Wittiest: Mike Lacy and Wanda Elam.
Most Outstanding Contributor: K insley
vertising Co-Editor 43 Interna-
tional Relations Club 33 Tri-Hi-Y
33 Cadence 43 Chorus 1,2, Secre-
tary 3, President 43 Readers En-
semble 2,3,43 Variety Show 1,
Co-Director 33 "Oklahoma" 13
"Brigadoon" 33 Hootenany 33
Class Sock Hop Committee 1,2,3Q
Spaghetti Dinner 33 Jr. Sr. Girl's
Basketball Game 33 Car Wash 33
Sophomore Sucker Day3 Carnival 4.
GAIL LABAUGH: National Honor
Society 33 Treasurer 43 Tri-M 2,
3,43 International Relations Club
33 Math 'Team 3,41 Band 1, Li-
brarian 2, President 3,4, Pep
Band 1,2,3,4, Band Patch 1,32
"Oklahoma" 13 "Brigadoon" 33
Variety Show 1,2,3: Academic
Achievement Night 1,2,33 National
Merit Semi-Finalist 4.
MIKE LACY: Junior Class
Treasurer3 SCA Carnival 43 JV
Football 1, JV Basketball 23 Var-
sity Basketball 3, Most Team
Spirited '33 Varsity Football 3,43
Variety Show 33 Boys' State Al-
ternate 33 Wittiest 4.
FRED LANE: Band 1,2,3,4.
JIM LANGFORD: Chess Club 13
Soccer 1,23 Varsity Basketball 3,
43 Varsity Baseball 3, Most Im-
proved Award 33 Varsity Football
43 Car Wash 33 AFS Work Day 3.
STEVE LARRIVEE: Varsity
Baseball 2, Most Team Spirited 23
AN LARSON: National Honor
Society 43 Quill and Scroll 3,42
MUSTANG 1, Co-Index Editor 2,
Copy Editor 3, LASSO 43 Photog-
raphy Staff 43 Pep Club 13 Drama
Club 2,3, Make-up 2,3,4: Wilder-
ness Society 33 Dance Committee
13 Christmas Dance Publicity
Committee Chairman 2, Decora-
tions 23 Sophomore Sucker Day3
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Prom Decorations Chairman 33
Quill and Scroll Citation 23 United
Nations Essay Award 33 National
Merit Letter of Commendation 4.
GARY LINDSEY: JV Basketball
13 Varsity Basketball 2,3,4.
STEPHANIE LINE: SCA Bulletin
Board Chairman 43 SCA Home-
room Representative 33 SCA Con-
cessions Chairman 33 MUSTANG
13 Pep Club 1.3, Historian 23 Tri-
Hi-Y 33 Cadence 43 Wilderness
Society 33 Cheerleading Manager
33 Cheerleading Club 33 Variety
Show 23 Sweetheart Dance Com-
mittee 33 Christmas Dance Com-
mittee 23 Spaghetti Dinner Co-
Chairman 33 Carnival 4.
WAYNE LOCKE: Soccer 1,2,3,4Q
Stage Crew 1,2,33 "Brigadoon" 33
Spaghetti Dinner 33 Car Wash Co-
FRANK LOZANO: Transfer 33
JEFF LUNDY: National Honor
Society 43 French Honor Society
1,22 Math Team 43 Monogram Club
233,43 Soccer 1,2,3, Vice-Captain
43 All Northern Virginia Soccer
"Who works in the Library?"
asks David Ordway.
Team 43 National Merit Letter of
COLLEEN LYNCH: Sophomore
Class President3 French Honor
Society 2,33 MUSTANG 3, Sports
Section Co-Editor 43 Drama Club
23 Pep Club 2,3, Vice-President
43 Tri-Hi-Y 33 Cheerleading Club
Vice-President 3, President 43
Varsity Cheerleader 3,42 Powder
Puff Football 3,43 Jr. Sr. Girl's
Basketball 33 Choir 3,42 Senior
Class Chairman of Carnival 43
Homecoming Attendant 33 Home-
coming Maid of Honor 4.
BARBARA MAHAFFEY: Junior
Class Secretary3 Thespians 3,41
Quill and Scroll 3,41 Tri-M 3,43
LASSO 2, Editor 3,42 Drama Club
1,2333 Keyettes 3,43 "Oklahoma"
13 "H.M.S. Pinafore" 23 "Briga-
doon" 33 Chorus 1,2,3,41 "An
Over-Praised Season" 23 "Every-
man" 33 Business Manager for
One Act Plays 33 "The Hobbit"
Student Director 43 Accompanist
for Advanced Mixed Chorus 33
Senior Ensemble Student Director
43 Choir Alto Section Leader 43
Students in College Selections
Most Talented: Craig Medale and Lindy Schrenh.
Jr. Sr. Basketball 3: Powder Puff
Football Chairman 4: Co-Chair-
man Christmas Dance Program
Committee 2: Sophomore Sucker
Day: Quill and Scroll Recognition
BILL MARSH: Junior Class
Vice-President: JV Football 1:
Varsity Football 2,3,4: Wrestling
2,3,4: Track 2: Virginia Boys
State 3: Best All-Around 4.
JEANNIE MARTIN: SCA Proj-
ects Chairman 4: MUSTANG 2:
Pep Club 1,2,3: International Re-
lations Club 4: Powderpuff Foot-
ball Chairman 3: Choral Ensemble
4: "Brigadoon" 3: Sockhop Chair-
man 1: Bake Sales 1,2: Car Wash
3: Spaghetti Dinner 3.
GORDON MATHESON: Cross
Country 4: Tennis 2: Track 3.
DEBBIE MATTSON: SCA Home-
room Representative 2: Tri-Hi-Y
1: Pep Club 1: Drama Club 2,3:
Wilderness Society 3: Freshman
Class Clean-up: Homecoming
Publicity Chairman 4.
BETTE MCCARTHY: Freshman
Class President: SCA Recording
Secretary 4: SCA Homeroom Rep-
resentative 2,3: LASSO 1,2: Pep
Club 1,2,4: Spanish Club 1: Chorus
1,2,3,4: Sophomore Ensemble Sec-
retary-Treasurer, "Oklahoma" 1:
"Brigadoon" 3: Lab Assistant 3:
Teacher Aide 4: Chairman of
Waiters and Waitresses Spaghetti
Dinner 3: "Outstanding Freshman"
MARIANNE McGLYNN: National
Honor Society 3,4: Spanish Honor
Society 2,3,4: Spanish Club 1,2:
Biology Club 2, Secretary 1: Sen-
ior Science Club President 3,4:
Keyettes 3,4: Debate Club 3, Vice
President 4: Drama Club Tickets
Chairman 4: Lab Assistant 1,2:
Teacher Aide 4: Academic
Achievement Night 1,2,3: Lions
Club International Award for
Peace Essay 1: First Place,
George Mason Science Fair 2:
First Place, Regional Science
Fair 2: Smith College Science
Award 2: NSF Summer Institute
3, Most Scholarly 4.
CAROL MCINTURFF: Sweetheart
Dance Publicity Committee 3.
STEVE MCINTYRE: JV Football
CRAIG MEDAK: National Honor
Society 3, President 4: Thespians
3, President 4: Quill and Scroll
3,4: Spanish Honor Society 3,4:
MUSTANG 2, Features Editor 3,
4: LASSO 2,3: Art Club 1: Drama
Club 2,3, President 4: Spanish
Club 2,3: Chorus 1: "Remarkable
Incident at Carson's Corners" 2:
"Chairs" 2: "Lost Prince and the
Stolen Princess" 2: "Everyman"
3: "Rocking Horse Winner" 3:
"Hobbit" 4: Variety Show 2, Co-
Chairman 3: Christmas Dance
Committee 2: Latin Tournament 2:
First Place Intermediate Spanish
Declamation Contest 3: AFS Reg-
ional Applicant 4: Most Talented 4.
LINDA MIERS: LASSO 4: Dra-
ma Club 2: Cadence 4: Jr. Sr.
Girl's Basketball 3.
DENISE MOORE: Transfer 3:
Senior Class Secretary: Keyettes
3, Vice President 4.
KINSLEY MORSE: Senior Class
President: Junior Class President:
Sophomore Class Representative:
SCA Convention 2: SCA Dress
Code Committee 4: National Honor
Society 3,4: French Honor Society
3,4: MUSTANG 3: Keyettes 2,3,4:
Pep Club 1,2: Cheerleading Club
2: JV Cheerleading Manager 2:
"Oklahoma" 1: Variety Show 2,
3: "Brigadoon" 3: "Most Out-
standing Sophomore": "Most Out-
standing Contributor to the SCA"
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enjoy delicious tea goodies.
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National Council of Teachers of English
recognized Glenn Harcourt as a winner.
2: "Most Outstanding Junior Girl":
AFS Finalist 3: AFS Committee
4: Junior Sweetheart Dance At-
tendant: Virginia Girl's State' 3:
National Honor Society Scholar-
ship Semi-Finalist 4: "Most Out-
standing Contributor" 4.
LYNN MUILENBURG: SCA
Dance Co-ordinator 4: French
Honor Society 2,3: Tri-M Appren-
tice 4: MUSTANG 1: Pep Club 1:
1: Sophomore Sucker Day: Bake
Sales 2.3: Spaghetti Dinner 3:
Sweetheart Dance Committee 3.
HAROLD NICHOLAS: SCA Fo-
rum and Social Action Chairman
4: Publications Photography Staff
2,3,4: International Relations Club
3,4: Wilderness Society 3: Flying
Club 3: Math Team 4: Sophomore
Sucker Day: Christmas Dance
Committee 2: MAA Award 3.
JUDY PARSONS: SCA Welcome
Committee 4: MUSTANG 3: Tri-
Hi-Y 2, President 3: Majorette 1:
Powder Puff 3: Jr. Sr. Girl's Bas-
ketball 3: Variety Show 3: Sockhop
Committee 1,2: Sophomore Sucker
Day: Bake Sale 2: Car Wash 3:
Office Aide 1.2,3: Teacher's Aide
DAVID PAYNE: JV Football 1:
Varsity Football 2,3,4: JV Basket-
ball 2: Varsity Track 2.
MARTHA PAYNE: LASSO 4.
ANN PERRY: SCA Bulletin
Board Committee Co-Chairman
4: National Honor Society 4: Fu-
ture Homemakers 2,3, President
4: Pep Club 2: Future Teachers 3,
Chaplain 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Cadence
Treasurer 4: Keyettes 3, Corre-
sponding Secretary 4: Chorus 1,
2,3,4: "Oklahoma" 1: "Brigadoon"
3: Sophomore Ensemble: Sopho-
more Sucker Day: Sockhop Com-
mittee 2: Sweetheart Dance Dec-
oration Chairman 3: Prom Clean-
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Future Nurses 1: Tri-Hi-Y 2,
Treasurer 3: Cadence Vice-Pres-
ident 4: Keyettes 2,3,4: Chorus 1,
2,3,4: "Brigadoon" 3: Prom Co-
Chairman 3: Freshman Christ-
mas Dance Attendant.
CHRIS NEUMANN: LASSO 1.2:
Debate Club 4: "Brigadoon" 3.
ANNE NEWTON: SCA Welcome
Committee 4: LASSO Co-Ex-
change Editor 4: Future Nurses
Club 1: Drama Club 2,3,4: Tri-
Hi-Y 3: Cadence 4: Future Home-
makers 4: Future Teachers 4:
Jr. Sr. Girl's Basketball 3: Band
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we don't know.
up Committee 33 Car Wash 3.
JULIE PITSNOGLE: Tri-M 43
LASSO 23 Drama Club 1,22 Inter-
national Relations Club 33 Pow-
der Puff 13 Chorus 3,42 "Briga-
doon" 33 Sophomore Ensemble:
Concert Ensemble 4.
JANET REYNOLDS: Transfer
33 Pep Club 1,23 Girl's League 1.
23 Office Aide 3.
LORENZO ROCCA: SCA Car-
nival Co-Chairman 43 Soccer 1,2,
JOHN ROEBUCK: Sockhop Com-
VAN ROUSE: Chess Club 13 Bi-
ology Club 13 International Rela-
tions Club 3,41 Debate 43 Chorus
1,2,33 "Brigadoon" 33 "It's Aca-
demic" Alternate 4.
KAREN SCHELLER: Transfer
Central High School 2,33 National
Honor Society 3,42 Spanish Honor
Society 1,2,3,43 Dramatics Club
13 Spanish Club 13 International
Relations Club 1,43 Horseback
Riding Club 2,32 Skiing Club 2,33
Chorus 13 "Oklahoma" 13 "The
LINDY SCHRENK: Girl's Track
1,23 "Oklahoma" Scenery 13 Va-
riety Show 1,22 Christmas Dance
Decoration Chairman 23 Dance
Committee Chairman 13 Bake
Sale 13 Most Talented 4.
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Paper Blues Plague Seniors.
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Nicholas and Susie Ames supervise Homecoming activities.
BUGSY SCHUMANN: SCA Wel-
come Committee 43 Tri-Hi-Y Ser-
geant-at-Arms 33 Future Teach-
ers 33 Pep Club 43 Cheerleading
Club 43 Varsity Cheerleader 43
Powder Puff Football 2,3,43 Girl's
Track 23 Jr. Sr. Girl's Basketball
33 Sophomore Sucker Dayl Dance
Decoration Committee 1,33 Bake
MARTY SCHWIND: Monogram
Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 43
JV Football 13 Varsity Football
3,42 Varsity Wrestling 2,3,41 Third
Place District Wrestling Match 2,
33 Varsity Baseball 2,3.
MEG SCOTT: Transfer 23 SCA
Homeroom Representative 33 Na-
tional Honor Society 43 Keyettes
2,3, President 43 Drama Club 23
International Relations Club 3,43
Chorus 23 Sophomore Sucker Day:
Sockhop Publicity Committee 23
Baccalaureate Reception Commit-
tee 33 Chemistry Lab Assistant 3,
43 Academic Achievement Night
2,31 Junior Science and Humani-
tarium Symposium 33 National
Merit Letter of Commendation 4.
PATTI SINGLETON: SCA Bul-
letin Board Co-Chairman 43 SCA
Exchange Committee Chairman 43
Tri-M 43 Pep Club 1,23 Drama
Club 1,23 Flying Club Vice-Presi-
dent 33 Cheerleading Club 23 JV
Cheerleading Manager 23 Intra-
murals 1,23 Powder Puff Football
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Mark Greenberg dashes off a Menzer quiz.
2.3: Jr. Sr. Girl's Basketball 3:
Chorus 1,2,3,4: Senior Ensemble
4: "Oklahoma" 1: "Brigadoon"
3: Variety Show 1: Christmas
Dance Decorations Committee 2:
Sophomore Bulletin Board Com-
mittee: Delegate to National Con-
ference on Citizenship 4: YAC 4.
TOM SKELLY: Transfer 2: Na-
tional Honor Society 4: Spanish
Honor Society 2,3,4: MUSTANG
4: LASSO Sports Editor 4: Mono-
gram Club 3, Vice-President 4:
Varsity Baseball 2,3: Academic
Achievement Night 3: YAC 4.
NANCY SKUBAL: German Club
BARBARA SMITH: Pep Club 3.
KAREN SMITH: Transfer 3: In-
tramural Basketball and Volley-
ball 1,2: Latin Club 2.
LISBEE STANLEY: SCA Wel-
come Committee 4: LASSO Copy
Reader 2: Drama Club 2,35 Tri-
Hi-Y 3: Cadence Secretary 4:
Future Homemakers 4: Future
Teachers 4: Keyettes 4: Band 1:
Jobs Earn Credit, Money
The mad pencil nibbler, Chris Van Domelen, strikes again.
Bette McCarthy does clerical chores.
Dolly Hass, Priss Tackney, and Stephanie Line jot figures at "It's Academic."
Chorus 2: Publicity Chairman for
Three One-Acts 3: Sockhop Com-
mittee 1: Christmas Dance Dec-
orations Committee 2: Sweetheart
Dance Decoration Committee 3:
Spaghetti Dinner 3: Teacher's
CHUCK STICKNEY: Monogram
Club 2,3,4: Varsity Football 1,2,
3, Tri-Captain 4: JV Basketball
2: Varsity Wrestling 3: Varsity
WILSON STINSON: Transfer 4:
Bowling League 1,2,3: Art Club 3:
JOHN STOCK: Transfer 4: Var-
sity Club 3: Varsity Football 3:
Varsity Track 3: JV Tennis 3:
Recreation Council 3.
PRISS TACKNEY: SCA Direc-
tory Chairman 3: National Honor
Society 3,4: Quill and Scroll 3,43
MUSTANG Assistant Underclass
Editor 2: LASSO Exchange Edi-
tor 3, Editor 4: Pep Club 1,2,3,4:
Tri-Hi-Y 3: Cheerleading Club
2,3,4, Historian 1: JV Cheerleader
1, Co-Captain 2: Varsity Cheer-
leader 3,4: Powder Puff Football 2,
3,4: Jr. Sr. Girl's Basketball 3:
Variety Show 1,2,3: Christmas
Dance Co-Chairman 2: Academic
Achievement Night 3: "It's Aca-
demic" Alternate 4: Most School
MIKE TEDDER: JV Football 1.
BRENDA THORPE: Future Bus-
iness Leaders of America 3,4.
JIM THUR: International Rela-
tions Club 1,2: Hi-Y 3.
RENA TREXLER: Chorus 3.4:
MAX TURNER: JV Basketball 2.
CHRIS VANDOMELEN: Spanish
Honor Society 1,2: Pep Club 2:
Chorus 2,4: Christmas Dance
Committee 2: Sophomore Sucker
Day: Academic Achievement Night
for Vocational Students
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Don't watch the keys Karen Smith! Swallowed the fly.
DON VINES: Photography Club
2: Track Team Manager 1.2: As-
sistant to Athletic Director 4:
Chorus 1.2,3.4: "Brigadoon" 3:
Variety Show 1.2.
JOHN WAGNER: Transfer 3:
Letter Club 2: Monogram Club 3,
4: JV Football 1: Varsity Football
3.4: Varsity Baseball 1.2.3.
CLAY WALDEN: Soccer 1: JV
Football 2: Varsity Football 3.4:
RICHARD WARREN: LASSO 43
Chess Club 1,2.3: Biology Club 1.
Library Assistant 1.
SUSAN WEILER: Girl's Track
1: Sophomore Sucker Day: Sockhop
Decoration Committee 1.2.
ROBBIE WERTH: Freshman
Class Vice-President: Soccer 1,
3.4: JV Football 2: Varsity Bas-
ketball 3,4: Varsity Baseball 3:
Band 1: Variety Show 1: Sweet-
heart Dance Committee 3.
LYNN WESTMORELAND: Cho-
ERIC WOLF: Wilderness Soci-
KATHY WOOD: MUSTANG As-
sistant Organizations Editor 3,
Curriculum Section Co-Editor 4:
Keyettes 2.3, Senior Representa-
tive 4: Debate 2. President 3.4:
International Relations Club 3.4:
German Club 3, President 4: Cho-
rus 1.3: "Oklahoma" 1: "Briga-
doon" 3: Variety Show 1.3.
HIROYUKI YAGI: AFS Student
4: LASSO 4: International Rela-
tions Club 4.
DEBBIE YEARY: Pep Club 2.
3.4: Future Nurses Club 2: Future
Business Leaders President 4:
Chorus 18.104.22.168: "Brigadoon" 3:
Sockhop Committee 2: Spaghetti
ERIC YOSHIHASHI: Senior Class
Treasurer: Chess Club 2.3: Key
Club 3, Secretary 4: Soccer 3.4:
Lab Assistant 2.
Predominantly senior Choir sings at Assembly.
Benn Deans may reach his elbow by
the end of the meeting.
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The class of '71 faced, as have most
Junior classes, the financial problems of
staging the traditional Prom which ends
the year. When the Carnival became the
year's major scheduled money-making
project for classes and clubs, the Juniors
were faced with the necessity of careful
planning for their year's activities.
During the summer the Juniors spon-
sored several bakesales, profiting 365.
To lighten their financial responsibilities
the class soon cut the traditional Spaghetti
Dinner and gave the Sophomores the
Sweetheart Dance to experiment with.
The Zoo Dip, White Elephant Sale,
Paint Twirl and the popular Car Smash
were the class's Carnival boothes. Junior
confidence increased as the treasury in-
creased when the class profited the
largest total sum, 154161 of any repre-
sented organization. The class had made
it halfway to their proposed Prom budget
of S1000 by mid-October.
Individual talents in art, dramatics
and music marked the class's achieve-
ments. The new vocational programs
were patterned around a large junior en-
rollment and were designed to involve
class members in two-year programs.
Experience in dramatic productions was
an asset to the first Junior class to stage
the Junior Variety show in the auditorium.
The show in March was the source of the
remaining Prom finances.
The search for a Prom site led Jun-
iors to a variety of possible rooms. De-
ciding against the traditional motel sites,
the class aimed early in the year for the
Tysons Corners Shopping Mall as the
tentative Prom location.
rop Spaghetti, Sweethearts
Keith Bost Mike Burk
Steve Boyles e Donald Bums
John Brophy Tim Burrell
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Melanie Allan Doug Appleton Ted Bain Dee Dee Bayrlharrl
Steve Antinozzi Laura Avery Nancy Bartholomew Gary Boone
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Wendell Byrd Mary Carroll Reeriy Chapman Larry Clendenin Connie Cgoke Ann Davis
Toni Calderone Anita Cerio Veronica Chase Janet Cole Edward Daniel Mike Davis
David Campbell Richard Chapins Andy Ciaccio Ed Collins Karen Daniel James Decker
Jack Chee Der Betty Eckert
Jack Lem Dey Bill El-merins Juniors settle down for a long winter's SCAT.
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Bill Essig Debbie F ilan Bucky Gibson
Mindy Falkowski Linda Foltz Joan Gibson
Kenny Fauteux Susie Gendreau Linda Gilley
Frank Gordon Carol Gray John Grim
Maurice Gordon Steve Grigg Mark Hamlin
Dana Gore David Grim Eddie Hannum
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Fran Harbour Karyn Hamer
Front row rooters enjoy a variety of diversions at the Woodbridge game. Janet Harding Ken Herrington
Larry Clendenin demonstrates his skill in art.
Bill Howard Milton Hunter Gary Johnson
Cindy Hull Monica Ingley Sandy Jones
Robert Hunt Judy Jensen Sheila Jones
Vince Herron Dallas Hulcomb
Joyce Hileman S. Hollandsworth
Bob Hobson David Hgoper Juniors create own unsupervised study.
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Paul Karnis Paul Kuritzky
Judy Kight Nick Larson
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Ronny Lodico Cynthia Lozano
Bill Lowe Joan Lozano
Laban Sadtler and Terry Skelly exhibit teamwork at Junior Carnival booth. Rhett Lowery Stephen Lundy
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Bob Macomber Roger McClesky Beth Mileson
David Manning Lance McCracken Buster Miller
Billy Martin Susan McQuary Shirley Miller
J anet Masters Toni Mecca Charlie Momsen
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Gilley guides Juniors.
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Bobby Montgomery Bob Moore
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Tom Nicholson Ricky Ori' Gary Parrish
Fred Norman Larry Parnell Cliff Parrott
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Jeff Strait Billy Stroud
Kevin Strickler Shiela Tapper
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Keith Thackrey Tommy Thompson Liz Viscuse G. Waitzfelder
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The largest class in school, the Class
of '72, was definitely established in the
Senior High as they were seated with the
Juniors and Seniors in the new auditorium.
The class set an underclass precedent
by publishing their own directory early in
the year. Sophomores were also rapidly
drafted into Senior High activities, making
important contributions to the Varsity
Soccer and Varsity Football teams par-
ticularly after first string injuries re-
quired JV replacements. Girls also got
into sports as a majority of the victorious
Sophomore-Junior powderpuff team was
Sophomores in their effort to organ-
ize planned three Carnival Boothes: Card
Darts, Ring Toss and Skee Ball. The in-
come was not as high as had been expected
though due to the cost of the purchased
prizes. Sophomores then planned an Ugly
Man Contest to supplement their income.
Class meetings re-appeared on the
Sophomore schedule. This was a forgotten
experience for some whose last meeting
had been in Seventh Grade. With the help
of Mark Hanak's frequent surveys, Sopho-
mores voted on accepting the Sweetheart
Dance from the Juniors. Due to the un-
favorable past results of some semi-
formal dances the class changed it to a
The experience that class members
gained in a variety of areas will prove
valuable for their Junior year.
Escape Testing Barrage
Wayne Allen Andrea Andrews Lucille Ask 1 Diane Bailey Janet Barbee David Begle Kathy Boggs
Debbie Ames Mary Antinozzi Frank Avery Gordon Bailey C. Beethoven D. Bettendorf Wally Boswell
Bev Boyd Scott Bradley John Brennan R0biI1 Briflklllall L0l'l'2iI16 Brown Patty Burke Janet Burnham
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Robert Campbell Judy Chamberlain A A -
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Candi Chase Reita Comley John Daniel
Barb Checknoff Carol Compher Andy Davis
Theresa Clewlow Ann Crane Glenn Deans
Jim Clinton Susan Cumbey R0bin Dibble
Sue Cole Nancy Curt Car0ly1'1 Diehl
Donna Dinkle Denise Doyle Margie Earman
John Doliante M. Dziubinski Terry Edwards
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Jackie Locklar views her lunch with mixed emotions.
Paul Eskildsen Barb Ferguson Peggy Flynn
Ed Falkowski Steve Flick Page Fraley
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Steve Harrington Kenny Herrick Lois Hertz
Cindy Herfindahl Scott Herrington Denise Higd0H
Howard Herman Anne Herron Steve Hill Jim Lynch knows the right moves.
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Debra Hoff Dan Hoke Tricia Hopkins Susie Hughes Stephen Ingley David Johnson
Liz Hoffman Mike Hoover Will Hubben Carol Humphreys Susan James Shirley Johnson
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Patricia Johnson Janice King Kathy Lambert
Kathy Kane Tricia Kinney Wayne Langford
Mary Karnis Jeannie Lacy Sue Lemon
Billy McGlynn chooses his victim.
Class can be fun for Lucille Ask and Ann Wells.
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Carl Lindahl Dana Lyman Michael Marcet
Debbie Locke Jim Lynch Bill McGlynn
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Jim McKenzie Frank Mele Nancy Miller
Bruce Mechem Jessie Miers Bill Miller
Scott Merkle Debbie Miller Liz Moore
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Judy Proffitt Rich Rouillier Mike Rozzelle Andy Schwind
Mary Ross Betsy Rouse Steve Scheller Ben Scott Culpeper game results Satisfy Ralph Pierce.
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Susan Shade Mary M. Shick Mark Snider
Mark Shell Anita Smith Robert Sobol
Wayne Langford, Susan Hughes and Dennis Bettendorf expect a spec-
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Ann Wells Carol Whitlock Gary Williams
Maricie Werth Kay Whitlock Norman Williams
The Hanak-Fredenburg duo "livens" football fans.
Sarah Streeks Sharon Struble Janice Tanner Carol Thur Teresa Twombly
Sandra Street Daniel Sutton Marlene Thorpe Brenda Twombly J. Vanderheyden
Carnival Returns Miss Mark
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Roberta Willis Jean Winston
Alberta Willson John Wise
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From left: Jenny Jones, Class Representative: Kim Walker, Secretary: Anne Peret, Treasurer: Julie Harton, President Nancy
Feeling somehow more mature, the
Freshmen bid goodbye to the Junior High
wing and plunged into the Senior High with
They planned to give a Christmas
sock hop and present a George Mason flag
to the school. Since the classes' Goldfish
Throw, Magic Ducks and Bean Bag Toss
boothes at Carnival '69 did not bring in
enough money for the entire year's activ-
ities, they elected to sell tootsie rolls and
wash cars to finance their flag.
The all-girl officers distributed val-
entines and sold guesses for the Ground-
hog Identity Contest.
The ascendance to high school brought
more active participation from the class.
Class members played Powder Puff foot-
ball and cleaned up after football games.
They made an effort to 'Keep Our City
Clean' through a class project to pick up
litter along Broad Street. Freshmen par-
ticipated in a wide range of activities,
notably drarnatics productions and SCA
From the first day of school, when
Freshmen guides showed new students
where to go, the class of '73 has been an
active and successful part of George
lan Flag Purchase
Debbie Brown Diann Bullock
Donna Brown Frank Cantore
Paul Brucker Rodger Carroll
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John Boaz Mark Bolster Theresa Branch
Tanya Bodden Tom Bontempo Laurie Briggs
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Linda Cole Bill Daniel Anne Dexter Pat Eckert Debra Evans
Jeff Cronin Kathleen David John Dudley Cilla Edwards Don Faith
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Ehrmantraut. Fritz Fralick Jim Gibbons
Marlene Gallagher Theresa Gibbons
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JoAnn Hall Theresa Hartnett Donna Herman
Mike Harbour Julie Harton Joe Hoban
Janine Hardy John Heffernan John Holcomb Jane Jeter and Inis Sharff march to the same beat.
J. Hollandsworth Terri Houtz Jane Jeter Steve Jones Tom Kane Anita Kines
Glen Hood Marian Huber Andrea Johnson Susan Jones Steve Kaplow Alison King
Jerald Hoover Frank Jeter Jennifer Jones Nancy Kain Margaret Karnis Dan Kinkead
hiloh Coyote Wails at Sockhop
Judy Yelverton studies hardly in Study Hall.
Deborah Lovings David Marsh Roger McConchie
Scott Lowery Lauretta Masters Terry McIntyre
Joanne Lynch Petie Mattson Pam Millan
Pat Macomber Matthew McCarthy Norma Miller
A Pep Rally holds almost everybody's attention.
Class Cupids Deliver Hearts
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Doug Moore Bob Murphy Bill Newman
William Moore Theresa Murphy Nancy Nicholas
Charlene Morris Jeff Nelson Sean O'Keefe
You dictate, I'll write." volunteers Debbie Wood.
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E. Papanicolas Anne Peret Steve Pfinster
Greg Parrott Charles Perkins Dan Phelps
Peter Piccariello Vivian Ray
Stewart Pierce Richard Reno
Anthony Polk Norris Rice
Michael Precht Dennis Ridge
James Rackowski Margaret Rinick
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Freshmen are big on the JV Football Team.
From left, standing: Abby Ames, Class Representativeg Erika Herfindahl, Treasurer: Nancy Gerard, Secretary. Seated Mark
Tracz, President: James Pope, Vice-President.
The Class of '74 returned in the fall
to realize that they were no longer the
youngest class in school.
The first class activity consisted of
welcoming the incoming seventh graders
and being old hands at such complexities
as locker combinations, gym suits and
The year's first class meeting was
devoted to discussion concerning the pro-
posed Carnival booth. The artistic abili-
ties of class members were recognized
early when the home made arts and crafts
for the Psycho Shop, donated by eighth
graders, sold out.
Eighth grade girls became involved
in athletic and extracurricular activities.
Girls excelled in intramural soccer, bas-
ketball and musical performances, and on
the Drill team. Boys added to both the
JV Football and Basketball, showing
promise for future teams. Boys and girls
increased rooting sections as they began
to fit more into the routine.
Jointly with the seventh grade the
class had several of the famed Junior
High 'record' dances, and a field day in
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Patti Galacci Barbara Giles Irene Gittings Gloria Goff
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Mark Hunter Douglas Jackman Linda Johnson Patricia Jones
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Steven Miller Richard Moore John Norris Dora Philpot
Susan Miller Glen Mowitt Kevin Parker James Pope
Mike-Mitchell Deborah Newberry Jan Philippsen Kathryn Porter
Derrick Moore Kevin Nicholson Anna Philpot Linda Powell
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Christine Purdy Marjorie Rinick Denise Santos Christopher Shul Eliz. Sherman Patricia Sierk Deborah Sitton
Patricia Rick Teresa Rothmeier Dean Satterfield Brian Schwind Stephen Sherman Deidre Sismond Daniel Skelly
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S. Westmoreland Debra Williams Ed Yarbrough
Earl Wilkerson Louise Willis Jeffrey Young
Wanda Wilkerson Carroll Wright Nikki Young
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From left: Nancy Coates, Treasurer: Don Stroud, Presidentg Dorothy Hannum, Vice-Presidentg Tracy Goetz, Representative
Not pictured: Aileen Miller, Secretary.
The Class of '75 entered GM with
great expectations of the new freedom that
high school provides. The experience of
having a private locker and changing
classes every hour was an exciting change
from elementary school.
The enthusiasm of the seventh grade
became immediately obvious with the
class's first officer elections. So many
students were interested in running for
office it was necessary to have the
school's first election primary to reduce
the number of candidates to two per office.
The final election was close, particulary
for the office of president.
Election partisanship however did not
keep the class from uniting to put on three
successful carnival booths. Win-a-Draw,
Fortune Telling, and Record Request
booths were the seventh grade's first at-
tempt by the class as a working whole.
New opportunities were opened to
seventh graders this year. The drill team
and pom-pom girls gave Jr. High girls the
chance to actively show their spirit. Many
in the class participated in the years first
dramatic production "The Hobbit", gain-
ing valuable experience.
Intramural sports involved seventh
grade boys and girls in soccer, football,
and basketball, and the seventh grade in-
fluence in Pep Club was obvious at both
home and away games. A spring track-
field day, along with several class parties
and dances finished out the year.
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Congratulations Graduates from . . .
Home of the Whopper
in Falls Church - Fairfax - Springfield - Woodbridge
D. W. Appleton
Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Avery, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Betts
Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Burnham
Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Calloway
Mrs. Vi Clark
Mr. and Mrs. Cooksey
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Coates
Comitz and Mazzoni
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kaplow
Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Lane
Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Lemon
Mrs. Anne Lovell
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marengo
Mr. and Mrs. Donovan R. Miers
Col. and Mrs. Lewis C. Millan
Mrs. H. O. Momsen N A A
.and Mrs. Walter H. Morse
. and Mrs. Harold T. Nicholas
Falls Church Hobby Center
Falls Church J ewe11er's, Inc.
Liggon Decorating Company
Lisbee and Bruce Stanley
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
L. Rice Edwards
J. F. Ermerins
William E. Fraley, Jr.
John E. Fredenburg
The Freshman Class
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Papanicolas
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cortland Peret
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perry
t. and Mrs. Eugene C. Rider
S. H. Edmondson Cap
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Scott
The Senior Class
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Shick
. . . . . . . 161
Alexander. Janet . . . . . 74.753.80.141
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Fry
George Mason Key Club
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gerard
Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Greenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Erskine Harton, Jr.
Lynn and Alice Hutchens
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Hutchins
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Stanley
Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Strait
Mr. and Mrs. Hirst Sutton
Dr. Edward D. Todd
Capt. and Mrs. S. L. Waitzfelder
Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Wells
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Wood
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson H. Wurz
King-Kerley Dry Cleaners
Stratford Motor Lodge
Wallace and Monroe Pharmacy
Ziggy's Gulf Service
Abdo. Charles . . .
Acosta, Andrew . .
. . . . . 141
. . . 52,141
Acosta. Philip . . . . . . . 175
Addison. Larry .
. ..... 109
Addison, Nancy . . ..... 71,161
Albrecht, Mark . . . . . . .
Albrecht. Mike .... .
Burnham. Janet . . . ...... . 151
Alexander, 'l'om . . . . . . 18,79,96,109
Beethoven. Charlene .... 67.79.8O,95,151
Begle, David ....
Beitle, Kathy ....
Bell, William ....
Berens. Matthew .
Berens. Richard . .
Best. Larry .....
Betts, Mary Beth .
. . . . .83.86,151,157
Brown, Kenny ....
. . . . . 82,175
Brown, Lorraine ............ 151
Brucker. Raul . . .
. . . . 25,71,83,161
Bullock, Dlann .............. 161
Burdick, Shirley . . .
Bullock, Randy . .
Burdick. Susan ...... ........ 1 69
Burke, Mike .....
Burke, Patricia . . .
. . 62,104,105.141
. . . . . . . 151
Burnham, Tim . . . .
Allan. Kevin . . . ...... 161 Big!-IFC, Jim ---.- ------ - 109
Allan, Melanie , , ,,,, 25,141 Black, Karen ................ 109 Burns, Donald . . ........... . . 141
Allan. Russell . . .... . . . 175 Block. PFC! - . . . 22.214.171.124.7B,109,132 Burns, Jeff .... ..... . 67,7l,83,15l
Allen, Wayne . . ...... . . 151 Blystone, Debbie .... 78,7B,80,81,90,91, Burns, Kevin . . . 22,62.71,90,91,111,128,
Ames, Abby . . .... B1,B3,168,169 93'104'109 129,130
Ames. Debbie . . ........ 150.151 Blystong, Patricia .,,,,,,.,, , , 161 Burns. Patrick .............. 175
Amis, SUSIE ...... 33,93.97,1gg,135 3032, jjhsrles , , , , , , 1,935,129 gurrell. lrrlhary ..... ..... 1
n crson, e ra ........... . 5 , ,,,,. ,,,, 1 ,1 1 urre , lm ...............
2ngerson,ARr:jy . . . ........ 109 Bgblz. William . . . .... 175 Euschowclffifhie ......... 22.96.1111
nrews, nrea... ...71,95,I51 , uslrless
Qnsell. Jeanne . . . .... 3175 533221 i1l'g2iil'.'. . . . . iii Byrd, Wendell . . . 14,15,1,8,4g,7?.759.806
ntlnozzl, ary . . . ..... 7 ,151 1 1.1 5. 4 ,14
gntinozugteven . . . . . . 59.62.141 gg2gsJaQl::efl' ' ' ' ' '95 g0?3'llCE Cllixb ....... . . . . . . . . 98
pneton. oug.. . ..... 141 ' " ' aerone. oni... ........142
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Ask. Lucille . . I I 1 . '.'.'l5i.15s golstef- ,lgfufe - - 30-54-59-83-1041110 Campbell. Cynthia' I . f I I 115
2tvi90dV,D0?n:l .fi . . . ........ 132 Bgjffggpo ah,,g,g,,g,, "" ' """ 121 gamnlgeil. lgavid . . . . . 18,142
Il!lfI'lSUl1tU.. ......... . '- """""' ampe.ary....
Avery. Frank . . . ...... 53,151 goone- genms --'--' ---' 1 2? Campbell, Richard . . . , . s2,1-15
Avery, Laura . . . . . . 25,54,59.s9,7s, Gone- my A -"'- ---" 1 Campbell. Robert . . . . . 67,151
l 79.913.97.141 3051- Merrell - - - 1 - 79-30-141 Campbell. William . . . . . 169
Ayoub, Hlla-neh . . ........ 161 Boswell, Chfls - - - - - ---- 23-110 Cantore, Frank .... . . . . 161
Balley, Davld . . Boswell. William . . . . 15,18,41,151 Caprio, James . . . . . 82,175
Bailey Devra . .
Bailey Diane . .
Bailey Henry . .
Bailey Kevin ....
Bain, Robert .....
Bain, Ted . ....
Band. Junior Hiilh . . .
Band, Senior Hillh . . .
Banther. Debra ....
Barbee. Janet .....
Barr. Bonnie .......
Barrett. Jerome ......
Bartholomew. David . . .
Bartholomew. Nancy . . .
Baskelball, .IV ......
Baskelball. Varsity . . .
Baynham, Dee Dee . . .
Baynham, Owen . . . .
Beaman, Shirley .
Boyles, Jim ....
Boyles, Loretta . .
Boyles, Steve ....
Bradford, Donna .
Carlson. Betty ....
Carlson. Linda ....
. . . . 169
. . ..... 175
Bradley. Judy . . .
. . . 141 Carroll, Brian ....... .... 1 11,134
. . . . 175 Carroll. Mary Kate . . . . . 74,141,142
. . 98,110 Carroll, Rodger ............. 161
Bradley. Scott . . . . . 19,151
Branch, Theresa . . . . . 161
Brennan. John . . . . . 151
Brennan. Lee .... .... 1 10
Brennan. Terry .... .... 7 8,110
Brickman, Robin . . . ...... 59,151
Briggs, Laurie ....... 79 161
Brittain. Barbara .
Brophy, John ....
Brown, Brenda . . .
Brown. Debra . . .
Brown, Donna . . .
Brown. Jim . . .
. . . e.1:i,i3,9aI,97.
Carroll. Sonny . ............. 151
Cavanaugh, Daniel .......... 78,161
Cerio, Anita . . . 25,27,30,54,79,97,142,145
Cerio. Steven ............... 175
Chamberlain, Doris ......... 99,175
Chamberlain. Judy .... 9,12,100,102,105,
Champion, Kelly . . ....... 43,111
Champion, Kim . . . . . . 23,43.101,112
Chapins, David .............. 175
Chapins. Richard ............. 142
Chapman, Reeny . . . 126.96.36.199,140.
Charlesworth. Barbara .... 95,112,133
Harbour. Francis ...... 25,31.59.71,143
Line. stephanie .'.
. . . . . 143
. . . . 78.95.164
Chase, Bruce . . .
Chase, Candi ....
Chase, Jackie ....
Chase. Veronica , , ,
Checknoff. Michael .
Cheerleaders, JV. . .
Cherry, David ....
Chevalier. Janine . .
. . . . . . 175
. . . 78,813,152
. . 73.83.161
. . . . . . 142
. . . 56.81.169
. . . 71,79.80.93,94.
Chew. Robert ..... ....... 1 69
Choir' .........,. . . . 78,79
Choir. Eighth Grade . . . . . . 81
Christian, Judy ..... . . . 169
Christian, Sandra . . .... 175
Churchill, Anne . . . . . 81,169
Ciaccio, Andy . . . . 18.43.142
Ciaccio. Danny . . . ..... . 169
Clendenin, Bruce . . ...... 18,161
Clendenin, Larry . .
Clewlow, Theresa . .
Cline. Scott ..,...
Clinton, Andrew . . .
. . 40,57,142,144
Clinton, can . . . 5a,5sjse,92.io'5f12zI124
Clinton, Jim ............... 152
Coates. Nancy .......
Coates, Neale ............... 162
Coates, Wayne ..... 22,78,96,106,10B,112
Cole. Janet . . . ............ . 142
Cole. Linda .............. 70,162
Cole. Shirley . ........ ..... 1 75
Cole. Susan .............. 70.152
Collins, Carol Mclnturfl' ........ 119
Collins, Ed ....
Colonna, Peter . . . .
Comer, Debra . . .
Comley. Reita ....
Compher, Arleen . . .
Compher. Carol . . .
Compher. Thomas . .
Conley, Denise ....
Cooke, Carol . . .
Cooke, Connie ....
Cooksey. Helen . . .
Coolidge. Kim . . .
Cordray, Karen . . .
Cortor. Lori . . .
Crane, Ann ....
Crane, Ellen ,...
Crellin. Charles . . .
Crone, Jonathan . . .
Cronin, Jeff .....
Cronin, Gregory . .
Cross Country . .
Cumbey, Susan . .
. . . 100,152
. . . 81,169
. . . 95,152
. ..... 175
. . . 78,111,112
. . . . . . . 98,110,112
.. ...., .81,169
. . . . . . . 175
. . . . . 19.81.169
. . . 22.413.86.142
. . . . . 81,169
Curt, Nancy ,... . . 188.8.131.52
Curtis. Stephany . . . ..... 25.162
Dailey. Christine . . . ...... 112
Daniel, Bill ..... .... 1 62
Daniel, Edward . . . . . 52,142
Daniel, John . . . . . . . 152
Daniel. Karen . . . . 140.142
David. Kathleen . . .... 162
Davis, Andrew ..... . . 152
Davis, Ann ................. 142
Davis. Francis ............... 162
Davis, Jim .... 15,18,42,43,101.104,113.
Mike ............ 52.57.142
Dawkins. Jane . . .
Deans, Benn . . .
Deans. Glenn . . .
Debate Club . . .
Decker. James . . .
DeCreny, Daryl ....
De Creny. David , . ......... . .
De Long, Leslie ..............
De los Reyx. Ralph . .
Der. Jack Chee ....
Der, Jack Lee ....
Dewhurst. Claudia .
Dexter, Anne .....
Dibble, Robin .....
. . islsbfeiuia
. .... 100,102,162
Diehl, Carolyn .... 67,71,80,83,97,150.
Dinkle, Donna . . .
Dinneen, Barry . . .
Dolan, Barry .,..
Doliante. John . . .
Doyle, Denise . .
Draper, Linda . .
Dreslin. Joan . . .
Drill Team .,..
Driver. Kellie . .
Dudley, John . . .
Dumm. Pat .....
Dumm. Richard . . .
Dunn, Sam ................. 175
Dunn, Thomas ....
Du Pont, Andy ..., 21,22,62.101,112,113
Du Pont, Suzanne . . . 184.108.40.206,97,100,
Dzuibinski, Marian ....... 74,94,152
Earman. Anna ....
Earman, Joe ....
Earman, Margie .
Earman, Wilson . .
Eckert. Charlotte , .
Eckert. Elizabeth . .
Eckert. Patricia . . .
. . . . 97.100,102.105
Edmondson. Jan . . . . . . 25.83.175
Edmondson, John . . ...... 170
Edwards. James .... ---- , . . . 175
Edwards, Priscilla .
. . . 100,102,162
Edwards. Terry . .
Egnor, Bonnie . . .
Elam. Wanda . . .
Ellis. Mike .....
Engel, David ,...
Emierins. Bill . . .
Eskildsen, Paul . .
. . . 94.152
. . . . . 81,170
. . . ...... . 162
. . . 78,114,131
.' .' .' f 22',2'7i78,81l152
Espinosa, Rolando .....,...... 170
Essig. Bill ,...,.
Evans, Debra ....
Faith, Christopher .......... 79.175
Faith, Don .......
Falkowski, Karen. .
Falkowski, Mindy .
Falkowski, Tom . .
Fauteux. Kenny . .
Fauteux, Robert . .
Ferguson. Charles .
Ferguson. Barbara . . .
Ferris, Donna . . .
Fewell, David . . .
Fewell. Joyce . .
Filan, Debbie ....
Filan, Margaret . .
Fisher, Lani ....
Flick, Steve .....
Flynn, Peggy . . .
Foltz. Linda . .
Football. JV . . .
Football, Varsity .
Foster, Claudia . . .
Fraber, Clifford . .
Fraley, Page ...,
Fralick, Frederick .
Francis, Audrey , .
Francis, Jocelyn . .
Frase. Katherine . .
. . 86,162
. . . 153
. . . .... 96,143
.. ,...., 162
Film Club ...,.. ...... 5 7
. . . . . 114.133
. . .... 170
. ......... 162
. ...... 82,170
. . . . . . . 25.99.175
Fredenburg. Pete ..... 25,30.54,59.10l5.
Fredericks, Mary .
French Club ,..,
French Honor Society ......,... 71
Fry. Robert ......... ..... 1 70
Fry, William . ,..... ...... 8 6,153
Frye. Catherine . ............ 153
Future Homemalzers of America . . . 73
Future Nurses of America ...,.. 95
Future Teachers of America ,.... 94
Galacci, Patti ......... . . 170
Galacci, William .
Gallagher, Marlene . . 162
Garcia, Daneilo . ...... 20,22,79,80.93
Garhart, Richard .
Gass, Joseph ....
Gathercoal, Jim .
Geoffrey, Tammy .
Gerard. Anne . . . .
Gerard. Nancy . . . .
German Cl u b .....
Gibbons, James . . .
Gibbons, James M.
Gibbons, Teresa . .
Gibson, Burns ....
Gibson, Gail . .
Gibson. Joan . . .
Giles, Barbara . .
Giles, Michael . .
Gillam, Arthur .....
Gilley. Linda ....
Gilmore. Jeff . . .
Gittings. Gigi . . .
Goebel, Teresa . .
Goebel, Yvonne . .
Goetz, Gaye ....
Goetz. Tracy . .
Goff, Gloria . . .
Goins. Craig . .
Goins. Carla . .
Good. Jeffrey ....
Good. Robert . . . . .
Goodnight. Glenn . . .
Gordon. Frank . . .
Gordon, John ......
Gordon, Maurice . . .
Gordon. Mildred . .
Gore. Dana ....
Gorman. Jim . . .
Grant. Bruce . . .
Grant, Eric . . .
Gray, Alan . .
Gray. Betty ....
Gray. Carol .....
. . ........ 175
. . ..... 99,100,175
Gendreau. Susie . . .
. . . 220.127.116.11.153
. . . . . 83,110,168
.. ..... 86
if' ..... 11162
ff .A f 116
. . 100,110,143,146
. . . . . 18.751.80.153
. . . . 99.100,174.176
. . ....... . 170
. . . . . 79,176
. . . . 162
. . . . 176
. . . . . 153
. . . 19.170
. . . 43.143
. . . 86.170
. .... 143
. . . 25.176
. . . . . 143
. . 115,131
. . . . 153
. . . . 43.162
Gray, Jackie ..... . ........ 81.170
Hammond, Lynn . ....... 59.751.81.115
Hanak, Mark . . . 27.57,80.B3,15O,l53.158
Hannum, Dorothy ........ 99,174,176
Hannum, Eddie .....
. ...... 40,143
Harbour, Mike .............. 19.153
Glenn . . . 10,25,27,30,52,53,
Harding, Janet ....,
Hardy, Janine ......
Harner, Karyn .....
Harner. Robin ......
Harrington, Stephen . .
Harris. Joni . ..... .
. . . 25,27,90,143
. . . . . 70,533,163
. . . . . . . 143
. . . . 153
Jones, Seth . . .
Jones, Sheila , . .
Jones, Stephen . .
Jones. Susan . . .
Angela . .
Kain, Barry . . .
Kain. Candance . .
Kain, Nancy . . . .
Kathy . .
Thomas . .
Kaplan, Sandra . .
Kaplow. Steve . . .
Karnis. Margaret .
, y... ...82.176
Hartnett. Genevieve . . ..... 176
Harton, Julie ..,........ 90,160,163
Haskins, Bill ................ 41
Hass. Dolly .... 53,93,103,l04,115.118.
Hazelwood, John ............. 176
Heasley. Mike . . . . . 176
Hebert. Mary . . . .... 176
Hedeen, Kris .... ....... 1 15
Heffernan, AJohn .
Herlindahl. Cynthia . . . 30,59.67.83,97i
Herfindahl, Erika .
. . . 25.81.83,168.170
Herman, Donna . ......... 78,163
Herman, Howard . . . ...... 41,154
Herman, Pat . . . . . 79.96.115
Herman, Thomas . . . .... . 176
Herrick, Julia . . . . . 99,170
Herrick, Kenneth . . . . . 154
Herrick, Leslie . .
Herrington. Ken . .
Herron, Anne . . .
Herron, Vince . . .
Hertz, Lois .....
Higdon, Denise . .
Hileman, Joyce . .
Hill, Carolyn ....
Hill, Steve .....
Himelright, Max .
Hoban, Joe ......
. . . 176
. . . 27,143
. . 144
. . 154
. . 154
. . . 144
. . . . 176
.. . . . 82,176
Hobson, Jeff .... 9.l18.104.22.168.115.121
Hobson, Robert ......
Hobson. Randall .....
Hoegberg. Leslie , . .
Hoffman, Liz . . .
Hoke, Dan ....
Hoff. Debra ....
Holcomb. Dallas . .
Holcomb, Debbie . . .
Holcomb. Glen ....
Holcomb, John ......
Hood. Glen . .
Hooper. David ......
Hoover, Jerald , . .
Hoover, Mary . .
Hoover, Mike ....,
Hopkins, Patricia . . .
Houck. Catherine . . .
Houseman. Earl . .
Houtz, Terri . . .
Houtz, Traci . . .
Howard. Bill . . .
Hubben. Will ....
Huber, Kenneth . .
Huber, Marian . . .
Huber, Susan . . .
Hudson. Peter . .
Hugel. Conrad . .
Hugel. James . . .
Hughes. Debbie . . .
Hughes. Janice . .
Hughes, Susan ....
Hull. Cindy ........
Humphreys, Carol . . .
. . . 14,15,18,144
. . . . . . . 176
. . 71,94,100,154
. , . . 20.22.154
. . . . . . 154
. . . . . . 144
. . . 81.99.170
. . . . . . 176
. . . . . . . . 163
. . 22.214.171.124
. .... 144
. . . . . 81,170
. . . 95,154,157
. ...... 144
. . . . 73,100,154
Karnis. Mary . . .
Karnis. Paul . . .
Kemp, William . .
Kennedy. Steve , .
Kerr. Christopher .
Key Club ......
Keyelles .... . . .
Keyser, Carolyn . .
Keyser, Wanda . .
Khosrovi, Parri . .
Kight. Judy . . . .
Killam. Carol . . .
King, Alison . .
King, Janice . .
King, Joyce . . .
Kines. Alice . . .
Kines. Anita . .
Kinkead. Dan . . .
Kinney. Tricia . . .
Knepshield. Brian .
Koontz, Mike ....
Koontz, Sandra . .
Kuritzky, Paul . . .
La Baugh, Gail . .
Lacy. Jeanne ....
Lacy, Mike ....
Lambert. Kathy . .
Lampert. Theresa .
Lane. Freddie . . .
Langford, Jim ......
Humphreys, Ed . . .
Hundley. Pat . . . . . .
Hunt. Michael ,..... ......... 1 76
Hunt. Robert ......
Hunter. John ....
Hunter. Mark . . .
Hunter, Milton . . .
Hutchens, Holly ......... 25.53,59.l1B
lngley. Chris . . .
Ingley. Monica . . .
lngley, Steve ....
Jackman. Jackie . .
Jackman, Doug . . .
James. Susan . . .
Greenberg, Mark . . . 22.53,90.91,92,93,
Gregory. Paul ....... 22.83.67,153
Grieg. Lynn ................ 153
Grigg. Steve . . .
Grim. David . .
Grim, John , . .
Grove, Lynn . . .
Hall. Jo Ann . . .
Hall. Nancy ,....
Halteh, George . . .
Hamby, Sarah ............... 176
Hamlin, Barbara ........... 100,152
Hamlin, Mark ......
Hammond. Doug ............ 22.153
. . . . . . , . 170
Hammer. Sarita . .
. . . . 70.98.116
' '. '. '. '. '.'. '.'. '. 195.144
International Ihflulions Club ....
. . . 78.8l.94.116.l20
. ....... 81.86.171
Jensen. Judy. . . . . . 94.144
Jeter. Frank . . . .... . 163
Jeter, Jane ..... . . . 162,163
Johnson. Andrea . .... 163
Johnson, David . . .... 154
Johnson, Gary ..... ..... 1 44
Johnson, Genelda . . . 81.171
Johnson, James . . . . , 82,176
Johnson. Linda . . . . 25.81.171
Johnson. Mary . . ...... 171
Johnson. Patricia . ...... 155
Johnson, Shirley - - - . . 19.54.78,79.80
Johnstone. Joanne . . .
Jones. Jennie . .
. . . . 27.78.90,160,l63
wen .............. 82,176
Jones. Patricia . .
Jones. Sandy . .
Langford. Rodney .
Langford, Wayne .
Langlais, Cheryl . .
Langlais, Michael .
Lansing. Rory . . .
Larocca, Dorothy .
Larson, An ....
Larson, Mary . . .
Larson, Nick . .
Lawless, John , .
Leigh, Betsy . .
Leigh, Jayne . .
Lennon. Jeffrey . .
Lewis. Bob ....
Lindahl, Keith . . .
Lindahl, Linda . . .
Lindsey, Dagmar . .
Lindsey. Karen . . .
Lindsey, Bill . . .
Linton. Cathy . .
Linton, John . , .
Lippard. Karen . .
Lloyd. Jeannette .
Lloyd. John ....
Lloyd. Mary . .
Lloyd, Regina . .
Locke. Cheryl . .
Locke, Debbie . . .
Locke, Wayne . . .
Lodico, Ronnie . .
Loilin. Lynne . . .
Lovell, Paula . . .
Lovell, Peter ....
Lovings. Barry . . .
. .......... 176
. . 31,59,126.96.36.199
. . . 81,171
. . . 18.145
. . . 25.99.176
. . 95.100,105.155
. . . . . . . 176
. . , 86,163
. . . . . . . . 176
. . . . 23.96,101,
. ...... 164
. . . . . . 100,111
. . 74.79.145
.. .... 163
. . . 73,100,155
. ....... 176
. . 15,16,18,117,131
. ........, 155
. . . . 79,95.100,164
. . . 18,40,96.112
. . . . . . . 176
. . . . 155.157
.. ........ 171
. . 53,55.93,104.116.
. . . 145
. . . . 53
. . . 19.164
. . . . . . . . 145
. . 78.79,97,100,155
. . . . 81,100,171
. . . . . . 177
. . . , 25.95.145
. .... 145
. . . . . . 164
. . . . . 81,171
. . . 40,117,130
. . . 90,117,136
. . . . . . 171
. . . . . 164
. . . . . 171
. . . . 79,164
. . . . . . . 177
. . 79,100,164
. . . . 99,177
. . . 82.177
. . . 94.155
. . . 22.78.117
. .... 177
. . . . . 164
. . . . 177
. .... 164
. . . . . 82.177
Lovings. Debbie . . . . . 83.100,164
Lowe, Scott .... .... 8 2.177
Lowe. William . . . . . 52.1-15
Lowery, Rhett . . . . 104,145
Lowery. Scott . . . . . . . 164
Lozano. Cindy . . . . . 145
Lozano. l-'rank . . ........... 117
Lozano. Joan ............... 145
Lundy, David ............... 117
Lundy. Jeff .... 22,59.93,101,112,11gj
Lundy. Stephen . . .... .... 4 3.59,145
Lyman. Dana . . . .......... 155
Lyman, Gary . . . .......... . 118
Lynch. Colleen .,.. 9.13.100.l03.105,
Lynch, Jim .... . . . 18.-11,154,155
Lynch, Joanne ...... 9,12.100.102,164
Lyon. Pat .....
Macomber, Pat . .
Macomber. Bob . .
Magee. Timothy . .
Mahaffey. Barbara .
Manley, Bruce . .
Manley. Cathy . . .
Manley. John . . .
Manning, David .
. . . 188.8.131.52,146
. . . . . 53,54,55.78.
. . . . . 14.18.40
. ........ 171
. . . 184.108.40.206
t . . . 95,97,100,102, Vines. Bert . . . . .
Marcet. Mike ....
Margelos. William .
Marks. Pamela . . .
Marsh, Bill ..... 18.43.59,118.130.134
Marsh. Wayne ......... . 43,164,208
Marshall. James . .
Martin, Gary ....
Martin. Jeannie . . .
Martin. Billy ....
Masters, Janet ....
Masters. Lauretta . . .
Allin! Team .....
Matheson. Gordon . . .
Mattson, Debbie . . .
Mattson, Petie . . .
Maxwell, Paul . . .
Maybury, Cathy , . .
McBee, John .,...
McCarralier, Rick . . .
McCarthy. Bette . .
. . . 101,177
. . 79.118
. . 43.146
. . . 146
. . . 164
. . . 62
. . 23,118
. . , . . 118
. . 41,163,164
. . . . 52.133
. . . 170.171
. . . 81,171
. . . . . . . 118
. . . 78.90.91,94
Piccariello. Peter . .
, ....... 83,159
McCarthy. Brigette . . ,..., 177
McCarthy, Mathew . . . . . . 164
McClesky. Brian . . . . . 177
McClesky, Roger .... . . . 146
McConchie. Roger . . . . . . 164
McCracken, Lance . . . .,... . 146
McCrocklin, Jim . . ....... 119
McGinnis. Harry . . ......... 171
McGlynn. Bill ..,... 41.150,154,155
McGlynn. Marianne . . . 220.127.116.11.111:?g
McGregor, Vincent . . ..... . . . 177
Mclntyre. Karen . . . . . 177
McIntyre. Steve . . . . . 119
McIntyre. Terry . . . . . 164
McKenzie, Jim . . . . . . 156
McKenzie. Joseph . . . . , 177
McQuary. Susan . . . . . 146
Mecca. Toni .... . . . 146
Mechem. Bradley . .......... 171
Mechem. Bruce ....... ,..... 1 56
Medak, Craig ..... . 2l3,30,54,55,59,119.
Medak. Kirk . . . . ....,... 25.177
Mele. Frank . . . . . . 156
Melvin. Joyce . .
Merkle. Scott , . .
Michael. Barry . .
Miers. Jessie . .
Miers. Linda ...,
Mileson, Beth . . .
Millan. Pam . . .
Millan, Wayne . .
Miller, Aileen . .
Miller. David . .
Miller. Debbie . . .
Miller. Harold . . .
Miller, James . .
Miller, Lydia . .
Miller. Nancy - . .
Miller. Norma . . .
Miller, Shirley . . .
Miller. Stephen . .
Miller, Susan . . .
Miller, Walter . . .
Miller, William . .
Mitchell. Edith . . .
. . . . . . . 177
. . 73.78.79,80,156
. . . 53.98.1l5.119
Mitchell, Howard . . . . , . 165
Mitchell. Mike . . . . . . . . , 172
Modern Music Masters . . .... 80
Momsen. Charlie ..... . . 79.146
. . . . 94.146
Mongole, Laura . . .
Monogram Club . .
Montgomery. Bobby . . . . . . 146
Montgomery. Paula .
Charles ...... ..,. ....
Derick . . .
Moore, Denise ,.... 93i97.il06..1'08.120
Moore, Doug .... .
Moore. Kenneth . . .
Moore: Richard . .
Moore: Ronald . .
.. ...... 19.165
. . . . 19.83.165
Moore. William . .
Moreland. Penelope . . . .... . 146
Morris. Charlene . .... . .... 165
Morse. Harriet ........,... 165
Morse. Kinsley . . . 71.90,93,97.106,
Mott. Elena ...... ...,..... 1 77
Mowitt. Glendon .... 172
Muilenburg. Lynn . .
Murphy. Bob .....
Murphy. Dennis . . .
Murphy. Therese ....
National Honor Socicly
Nelson. Christopher . .
Nelson. Jeff . .... . .
Neumann, Chris ....
Newberry. Deborah . .
Newberry, Robert . . .
Newberry, Sharon . . .
Newman, Bill ..,. .
Newton. Anne . . . .
Nicholas. Harold . .
. . . . . . . ies
. . . . . . 156
. ..., 57.71.146
. . 55,78,1lB,l20
. ...... 177
. . . . . . . 165
. . 53.73.94,98,120
53 62 83 90,92
Nicholas, Nancy . . . ......... .
Nicholson, Kevin ....
Nicholson. Thomas . .
Niel. Debra .......
Norman. Fred ....
Norris. John ...,
Norris, Therese . . .
Odorizzi, Joelle ....
O'Keel'e. Michelle . . .
. . . . 86,172
O'Keefe. Sean . . .
Ordway. Dave ....
Ordwoy. Michael . .
Orf, Ed .......
Orf, Richard .....
Osborne. Marcy . .
Owen. David ....
.. ....... 177
Papunicolas, Emile ..... 100,102,165
Parker. David ..... . .... 96.156
Parker. John .... . ...... 121
Parker. Scott . . . . . 43.172
Parnell, Larry . . .... 147
Parrish. Gary . . . . . . 83.147
Parrott, Cliff . . . . . 86.147
Parrott. Greg . . .
Parrott. Stephen . .
Judy . .
Payne. David . . .
Payne, John ....
Payne, Martha . . .
. . . . . . . 165
. . . . . . . . 177
. . . 90,98,100.121
. . , 14.15.16,18
Payne. Mary Beth ............ 165
Peel, Nancy ............. 100.156
Pep Club ............,.... 100
Peret. Anne ....... 25.71,105.160.165
Perkins. Charles . . .
. . ...... 19.165
Perry. Ann .... 62.73.91-l,94.97.98,121
Perry. Joan . . L . .
Perry. Kim ....
Peterson, Michael .
Plinster, Steve . . .
Phelps, Dan ....
Philippsen. Jan . .
Phillips. Tammie . .
Philpot. Anna . . .
Philpot. Dora ....
Philpot. Leon . . .
Piccariello, Anthony . . .
Pickeral. Judy . . .
Pierce. Alycon . . .
Pierce. Ralph . . .
Pierce, Stewart . .
Pitsnogle. Julie . .
Katherine . . .
Polk, Anthony . . .
Pope. James . ,
Porter. Kitty ....
Powell, James . . .
Powell, Linda .
Prender, Mary . . .
Price. Lela ....
Proflitt, Cathy . . .
Proflitt. James . .
Proffitt. Judy .....
Proflitt, Richard . .
Prolecher. Mark . . .
Purdy, Chirstine . .
Pulsifer, Mary ....
Rackowski, Connie .
25 99 177
.' .' e5,i3Q94,io5f1s5
.. .... 82.178
. . . . . . . 156
. ....... 166
. . . 178
. . 99.178
. . . 141.147
. . . . 178
. . . . 156
. . . 156,157
. . . . . . . 166
. . . 18.104.22.168.
. . . . . . . 166
. . 81,168,172
. . . . 81,172
. . 23,156
. . 81.172
. . . . . 78.147
. . . 82.99.178
. . . . 83,147
. . . . 178
. . . 157
. . . 172
. . . . 147
. . . . 170,172
Rackowski, James . . . . . . 83.90,91.166
Rackowski. Jerome .
Ragland, Linzie . . .
Rainard. Donald . .
Ray. Gilbert ....
Ray. Robin . . .
Ray, Vivian . . . .
Reno, Richard ....
Reynolds. Janet . . .
Rhodes. Philip . . .
Rice. Norris .....
Richmond. Harold .
Rick. Patti .....
Rider. Drew ....
Ridge. Dennis . . .
Riffee. Doug ....
Rinick. Margaret . .
Rinick. Marjorie . .
Rinick. Michael . .
Robertson. Barry . .
Robison. Barbara . .
Robinson. Bryce . .
Robinson, Guy . . .
Rocca. Lorenzo . .
Roebuck. John . . .
Rooney, Pat . . .
Rose. Thea . . . . .
Ross. Mary ......
Roth. Richard ....
Rothmeier. David .
Rouiller. Richard . .
Rouse, Betsy ....
Rouse, Van ....
Rozzelle. Richard . .
Rozzellc. Mike . . .
Russell. Donald . .
Russo. Christine . .
Russo, Paula ....
Sadtler. Laban . . .
Sandford, Bruce . . .
Santos, Denise . . .
Sarsour. Zeyad . . .
Satterlield. Dean . .
Scheller. Karen . .
Scheller. Stephen . .
Scherger. Deborah . . .
Schmidt. Raymond . . .
Schmitt. Jan . . . . .
Schmitt. Keith . . .
Schrenk. Lindy .... . .
. . . 166
. . . 166
. . . 121
. . . 147
. . . . . 147
. . . 100.172
. . . . 172
. . . . 166
. . 18.147
. . 67,166
. . . 172
. . 82,178
. . . 178
. . . 178
. . . . 166
. . . . . . 178
. . . 20.22.122
. . . . . 122
. . . . 148
. . . . 166
. . . . . 157
. . . . . . . 166
. . . 43.83.166
. . . . . . 81.99.172
. ...... 157
. . . . 67.74.157
. ..... 166
. . . . 122.133
Schul. Chris .... ........... 1 72
Schumann. Bugsy ...... 98,100,103.122
Schwind. Andy ...... 14.18.-43,101,157
Schwind, Brian ......... 22.43.172
Schwind, Marty . . . 14,18.4,101,113,122
Scott, Ben ........ 40.7l,90,96,150.157
Scott, Duane . . . ..... 18,40.78,148
Scott. Jim . . .
Scott, Meg . .
Seal, Mary ......
Sealock, Shelley . . .
Seegren. Cindy . .
. . . . 22.214.171.124
. ...... ..123
. . . . .70.78,148
Seegren, Karen . . .
Segall, Robin . . . . . 25,59,67.83.157
Seidel, Danny ..... ........ 1 23
Selecl Ensemble ,.... ..... 8 0.81
Senior Science Club . . . . . 67
Shade, Susan ...... . . 157
Shafer. Michael . . . . . 172
Shaffer, Gary . . . . . . 148
Sharif. Inis . . . . . 162,166
Shaw. David . . . . . 166
Shears. Karen . . . . . 74.166
Shell. John . . . . . . . 123
Shell. Kent . . . . . . 178
Shell. Mark ..... . . . 91,157
Sherman, Andy . . . . . . . 157
Sherman, Eric .... . . . 123
Sherman, George . . .... 178
Sherman. Lisa ..... . , 172,173
Sherman. Stephen . . . . . . 172
Sherwood, Cathy . . . ...... . 178
Shick. Alan ......
Shick. Joanne ............. 82,178
Shick. Mary Margare
. . . . . . . 166
. . 78.95,100,166
. . . . . . . 178
Shifllett, David ....
Shilling, Stephen . .
Shreve, Vivian . .
Sierk, Jackie . .
Sierk, Patti ....
Sigmund. Deidre . .
Sigrnond. Nel ....
Silverstein, Michael .
Simmons, Joan ....
Simmons, John . . .
Simmons, Sheila . .
Simpson, George . . .
Siniard. Janet ....
Siniard. Margaret . .
Sitton, Deborah . . .
Skelly, Dan .....
Skelly, Patricia . . .
Jimmie . .
Patti . . .
Skelly, Terry .....
Skelly, Tom . . . . .
Skubal, Nancy . . .
Skubal, Susan . .
Smith, Anita . . .
Smith. Barbara . . .
Smith. Donna . . .
Smith, Jeff .... .
Kathryn . .
Smith. Karen . . .
Smith, Keith . .
Smith. Mark ....
Smith, William . . .
Debbie . .
Snider, Mark . . .
Snight, Kevin . . .
Sobol. Robert . . .
Soccer . ...... . .
Souders. Randy . . .
Spanish Club ....
. . . . . 81,172
. . 59,70,83,94.148
. . . . . . . . 25
. . 67.79.166
. . . . . 148
. .... .... 1 48
. . 7S.80.81,90.123
. .,....... 123
. ....... 178
. . . . . 172
. ........ 166
. . . . . 22,145,158
. . . 79.102,157.159
. ...... 148
. . . 62.148
. . . 81.173
. . 124.137
. . . . 173
. . . . . 166
. . . . . . 157
. . 81,100,173
. . . . . . . 157
. . . 82.178
. . . . 67.157
. . . . . 22.23.24
Spanish Honor Society . . . . . . . 69
Stack. Alan .....
Stack, Vince .....
Stanich. Hartley . .
.. ...... 81,173
Stanley. Bruce . . .... . .
Stanley. Lisbee . . .
. . . 73.94,97,98.124
Stanley, Sarah ..... 97.100,103.105.148
Staudinger. Bruce . .
Steirer, Karen . . .
Stepp, Terri .....
Stevens. Rolando . .
Stickney. Chuck . . .
. . . 73.711.95.158
. ....... 81.173
. . . 14,15,16.18.43
Stickney. John . . ....... 178
Stickney. Tom . . . . . 81.173
Stinson, Beverly . . .... 178
Stinson, Wilson . . . . . 124
Stock, Betsy ..... . . 148
Stock, John .... . . ..... 124
Strachan, Wendy . . . ..... . 148
Strait, Eve ..... . . 78.83.166
Strait, Jeff .... . . . 62,149
Streeks, Sarah . . .... 158
Street. Sandra . . . . . 158
Strickler. Kevin . .
Strickler. Mark .
Bill . . .
Strub. Stephen . . .
Struble. Sharon .
Struble. Susan . .
Sludenl Council Association . . . 90.91.92
Stuebing, Vanessa .
Daniel . . .
Douglas . . .
George . . .
y. Priss . .
Tangman. Lauraine . . ...... . . . 178
Tanner. Janice . .
Tapper, Larry . . .
Tapper. Sheila . .
Taylor. Linda . .
Taylor, Tom . . .
Tedder, Mike . . .
Mareeline. Mo.. U.5.A.
. . . 33,52,62.149
. . . . , . . 173
. . . .... 79.158
. . . . . 43.167
.. . 25,86.95,149
Terman, Mark . .
Testa. Dolores . . .
Testa, Lawrence . .
Thackrey, Keith . .
Thompson, Norma .
Thompson, Wally . .
Thomas. James . . .
Thorpe. Marlene . .
Thur, Carol ....
Thur. Jim .....
Thurston, Pam . . .
Tiley, Theresa . .
Tiley. Ed ....
Tracz, Dennis . . .
Tracz, Mark ....
Tramble. Arlette . .
Tramble. Arnold . .
Trevino. Peggy . .
Trexler. Rena . . .
Troy, Joann .....
Twombly, Brenda . .
Twombly, Theresa .
Van Domelen, Chris
Velasquez. John . . .
Volz, Kenneth ....
Vreeland. Chris . .
Wagner. John . .
Wainwright. Susan .
. . . . 173
. . 62,149
. . . . 167
. . . . 178
. . 124,158
. . . 71,158
. . . 124
. . 178
. . . 178
. . . 25,27
. . 19.41.173
. . . 41,168,173
. . . . . 173
. . . . 173
. . 81.173
. . . . . 78,124
. . . . 59,70,73.78,83
. . . . 22.52.158
. . . . . 124,136
. . . . 56.173
. . 15.18.149
. . . 82.178
3 ........... 167
. . 126.96.36.199.101,125
Waitzfelder. Gayle . . . ..... . 149
Walden, Clay ....
Walker. Debbie . .
Walker. Harry . . .
Susan . .
Walton. Dale . .
Walton. Susan . .
Wannop, Carol . .
Waring. Anne . . .
Waring, Robert ....
. . . 18,125
. . . 178
. . . . 167
. . . 160,167
. . . . 149
. . . 81.173
Warner, Jake ............. 18.158
Warner, Shawn ..........
Warren, Richard . .
Watson. Fred ...... ..... 9 6.149
Watson, Susan ....
Weetman, Gabrielle . . . .
. . . . . 81,100,173
. . . . 173
Weiler, Susan ...... . .
Weiiii. Rinbert' . . .
Wells. Ann . . . . .
Werth, Maurice . . .
West. Maurice . . . .
. . . . 125
. . . . . 82.178
. . . 71,155,158
. . . . 158
Werth. Robbie ...... .... 2 2.40.125
West, Michael ....
Westmoreland. William . . . . .
White, Ann ......
Whitlock, Carol . . .
Whitlock, Kay ....
Wiencek, Debbie . . .
. . 93.97,100,102.149
Wiencek, Ronnie ........... 19,167
Wilkerson, Anita . .
Wilkerson. Earl . . .
Willcock, Debbie . .
Willcock, Sharon . .
Williams. Debbie . . . . . 100,171,173
Williams. Gary ..... ....... 1 58
Williams. Norman . . ..... 158
Williams, Ronald . . . . 159
Willis, Louise . . . . . . 173
Willis, Roberta . . . . . 159
Willson. Alberta . . . . . 159
Wilson, Marcella . . . . 159
Wilson, Michael . . . . . . 178
Wingrove. Ann . . . . . . 67,167
Winston, Jean . . . . . . 94,159
Wise. John .... . . . 67,159
Wolf, Eric .... . . . 125.134
Wolfe. Sharon . . .
Wolfrey, Sharon . . .
Wollenberg, Pam . .
Wood Debbie . .
. ......... 159
25 55 59 67 83 167
woodf Kathy . . .-55.59,70,94.97.105l125
Woolfenden, Linda .
Wrestling ............... .
.Wright, Carol . . . . . . 86,173
Wright, John . . . . . , 149
Wright, Laura ,... . . . 178
Wright, Rebecca . . . . . . 178
Wright, Wayne . .
Wurz, Barbara . .
Wurz, Judy .....
Wynkoop. Joyce . . .
Yagi. Hiroyuki . . .
Yarbrough, Ed ....
Yarborugh, Mike . .
Yeary, Debbie . . .
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Yelverton. Judy . . .
Yoshihashi, Eric . . .
Young, Jeff ......
Young, Nikki . .
Young, Paul . . .
Zarou. Maher . . .
Zlotnick. Steve . .
Zotter, Frank . .
David Wayne Marsh
On January 5, 1970 David Wayne
Marsh succumbed to myocarditis. David
was a member of the Freshman Class
and the Wrestling Team. This page is
dedicated to his memory.
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