Mount Eden High School - Scepter Yearbook (Hayward, CA)
- Class of 1987
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Qiopy Smile, fellas! The fooTball Team
was apparenTly happy aT Monarch
Day as They smashed TogeTher To geT a
CApovej Maybe a liTTle biT of jeers
from a seagull as iT shows who geTs The
beTTer of The Senior Quad mural.
CRighTj Rachel Wenner shows a
mood of neuTraliTy as she siTs in class, no
happiness buT no sadness eiTher, jusT
doing her work.
... elco e to I3 ee S,
eers, and Hanniness!
iT's a happy campus. You can
Tell ThaT by jusT walking across The
:quad aT lunch and seeing all The
smiling faces and happy friends.
3uT iT's noT someThing ThaT we've
wad To work aT achieving: being
This greaT of a school has jusT
come easy To us.
Cheers, jeers, and happiness
are jusT a few of The facTors ThaT
wave made This year so very spe-
cial To us all. The cheers came aT
spiriT evenTs, fooTbaII games, pep
'allies. The jeers were broughT
across Through friendly kidding
wiTh good friends. And The happi-
ness was jusT an everyday occur-
ence for The sTudenTs here.
I'I don'T know whaT iT is This year,
There is jusT This new afmosphere
ThaT you can feel around school,"
commenTed junior Lesle Tyler. "IT's
hard To explain iT, buT I like iT. IT jusT
seems like everyone likes people
more. IT looks like The school is
more uniTed Than in The pasT, and
l'm glad ThaT iT's finally hap-
The feeling of TogeTherness is all
around The school, like eIecTriciTy
buzzing Through The air. And iT's a
good feeling. "I jusT feel like The
whole school is closer This year.
There is sTill compeTiTion beTween
everyone here, buT ThaT's whaT
makes This place so fun. VViThouT
The fricTion ThaT we have, The
cheers and jeers, we would all geT
on each oTher's nerves. And we
don'T wanT ThaT, do we?" said
sophomore Michele Sims.
VllhaT we wanT is a close, unified
school, and iT seems ThaT for The
year 4987, ThaT is whaT we have.
-By Laurie Machado
Uopj Whaf a bunch of happy ad-
minisTraTors! Showing off Their versafil-
iTy, many members of The ME. Teach-
ing sfaff donned Tuxes and canes for a
humorous dance roufine during lvlon-
QI.efTj Junior pride was auiTe evidenT
during The march info The gym on Ivlon-
arch Day. IT was one of The greaTesT
happy memories for The class.
QAbovej Raphael Qulroga has a look
of confusion and perpIexiTy as he pre-
pares his school lunch. The look of ex-
ciTemenT is shared by all aT school.
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Uopy The Class of T990 showed off
Their spiriT in a rousing cheer alone on
Monarch Day, clireoTed Towards The
CAbove5 The cheerleaders in anoTher
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one of Their rousing cheers, clone during
halfTime of one of our games. No maT-
Ter whaT The score, Though, The cheer-
leaders were always There in supporT of
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afTernoon, Karen Finamore and Valerie
Bowlin relax on The quad during lunch.
CLefTQ On a play Thai broughT him To
his feeT, Damon Hunn yells ouT in proTesT
To The referee's call, ready To respond
To iT by blowing loudly inTo his infamous
CBelowj Who is ThaT masked man?
Why, iT's The criminal Zorro, ready, will-
ing, and able To swaT anyone who
walks by wiTh his famed blade.
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minds of The BOD come up wiTh
now? A ddnce To sTdrT off The new
YGGV? And everyone peen inviT-
The dnnudl Welcome Bock
ddnce come in Sepfemper ds is
dlwdys expecfed, puf d loT of
people were surprised. lvldny
were expecTing The dlmosT-Trodi-
Tiondl l'Alohdl" Theme To pop ouT
dgoin This yedr, puf They were
wrong. BOD come up wiTh some-
Thing new ond excifing. No Togds,
no sock hops, ond no gross skirfs
. . . This wds going To be T'JusT d
Acfivifies commissioner Oourf-
ney Ordy come up wiTh The unique
dpprodch To The firsT ddnce. "We
were dll so Tired of coming in l-lo-
wdiion clofhes, Togds, ond dll ThdT.
WhdT we wdnfed wds d Theme
we knew everyone could prepdre
QAbovej Oeffing The peof, Alondo
Delfoung ond Gildo Mologon shore o
CRighTj Showing everyone else The
'l2- i'JusT o Ddnce"
for, dnd 'Jusf d Ddnce' seemed
jusf The perfecf Theme. ThoT wdy
no cosfume wds reduired. Jusf
pring yourself ond The odmission
money." she expldined.
'llusf o Ddnce" rdked in The
ldrgesT crowd ond The lorgesf
gross d BOD ddnce ever hdd. BOD
presidenT Alice Chung wds duife
impressed by The figures. HIT wds o
gredT feeling inside seeing dll These
people from school come To The
ddnce. We hdd dpouf five hun-
dred people There dnd They dll
seemed To be enjoying Them-
selves ond doncing. AT leosf by
The wdy The ddnce floor wds cov-
ered wiTh people, I ossume They
were dll ddncing." she sold exci-
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ond Rishi Shukld
chic wdy To ddnce, Ellioff Cdrpenfer
ond Lourdes Verzosd pop in Their inimi-
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'n Style and Grace!
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ddncingi Lomounffiffowoy ond Quan-
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SomeThing differenT wos in The
dir. Be iT The worm Ocfober
wedTher or The focT ThdT iT wos
Homecoming Week, There cer-
Tdinly wds on dir of exciTemenT on
No more dull, humdrum,
sTrdighTforword eIecTions This yeor
for Homecoming. BOD decided To
TonTolize everyone wiTh on drrdy
of lunchTime ocTiviTies ond rdllies To
coincide wiTh The dnnuol elecTions.
The resulTs: o fdnTosTic week of fun
NominoTions sTorTed The week
off os usudl. BuT by midweek, The
ocTuol voTing wds Tdking ploce.
Rdllies were seT up for The condi-
doTes To pdrTicipoTe in, dll The
while showing off Their spiriT ond
dedicdTion for The school. The Top
Three cdndiddTes for The cldsses
were expecTed To sTorT The dcTivi-
Ties off by compeTing dgdinsT The
oTher closses in o Mummy Wro-
pfLicorice EdTing conTesT. lT wos
designed To promoTe The True es-
sence of Homecoming ond por-
TicipdTion Through The sTudenTs
As The week progressed, ond
The cdndiddTes were becoming
fewer ond fewer, The Teochers oT
MT. Eden TredTed The sTudenTs To o
Tedcher-orienTed gome. A Pie
EdTing conTesT seT The scenorio for
such on evenT, ond dll The Teoch-
ers who porTicipoTed in iT proved
To be greoT sporTs. Even Mr.
George Moore wos o good sporT
when he become The buTT of The
ioke when he hod To eoT his pie
blindfolded while dll The oTher
Teochers hod Their blindfolds Token
BuT The biggesT surprise of dll
come when Domino's Pizzd spon-
sored d Pizzo EdTing conTesT for
The sTudenTs The ofTernoon of The
Homecoming gome. Teoims from
dll four cldsses compeTed dgdinsT
edch oTher To see who could finish
off TwenTy slices of pizzd The fos-
TesT. This ending evenT helped
wrop Homecoming week up wiTh
o floir of exciTemenT.
Through The BOD's hdrd work
ond dedicdfion, Homecoming,
once d sTole onnudl evenT, wos
finolly given The bursT of new life iT
so desperoTely needed. AfTer be-
ing Thredfened To disdppedr inTo
The woodworks of old TrddiTions,
Homecoming emerged os o
sTrong spiriT evenT. CODQTOTUIO-
Tions ore in order To dll Those ThoT
helped ond porTicipdTed in Home-
coming . . . o sTrong, new TrddiTion
oT M.E. .
- By Ldurie Mochodo
CAbovej Tiffany Esfrelld finds how dif-
ficulT iT is To edT licorice wiThouT her
QRighTjThe King ond Queen in Their
glory. A ride dround The fooTboll field in
o Joguor converTible wos ci gredT wdy
To end The nighT.
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ihe same! Afier being force fed, Dana
Quan ana Mark Dixon ceriainiy aiain'i
Think apoui pizza!
QBeIowj Felix Miranda races againsi
Time and his own feei To finish wrapping
up ihe freshmen,
QBoiiomj The Royal Coun' prepares
for Their ride around The Track,
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A grand slaughter against Sun-
set set the mood for celebration
as Marcus Rios and Dana Quan
were crowned Homecoming King
and Queen for 4986.
A win was just what the candi-
dates, football team, and fans
needed to wrap up an exciting
week! All the candidates were
winners and deserve a big con-
By Laurie Machado
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SomeTimes The preporoTion for
lvlonorch Doy seems more ex-
housTing Thdn lvlondrch Doy iTself.
BuT noneTheless, lvlonorch Eve is
one of The greoTesT nighTs you
con ever spend wiTh your closs. IT's
o nighT filled wiTh exciTemenT, Ten-
sion, ond, of course, sTress ond
ls iT oil worTh iT'? You hecir ThdT
muTTered more Thon once if you
come To The gym on lvlonorch
Eve. BuT, yes iT is oil worTh iT. lT's o
chdnce for The closs To work To-
geTher, ploy TogeTher, ond Tolk To-
geTher. lT's one of Those rore nighTs
where everyone is TogeTher unTil
The wee hours of The morning, ond
dnyone who's ever helped ouT
knows how long The wee hours
Everyone's inviTed To porTici-
poTe in lvlonorch Eve. BuT whoT we
reolly wonT To convey To The sTu-
denTs is how much fun you con
hove while prepdring for The Big
This yeor's lvlonorch Eve sow The
cicTions of mony moTure sTudenTs
helping ouT. iT wos o greoT chonge
from ldsT yeor's onTics of The
groduoTed closs of 4986. The
closses were very duieT, inTenT on
finishing before The crock of down.
Freshmen soT gudrding Their
pleochers while owoiTing The orri-
vol of Their sTreomers ond Their
rides home To coTch on hour's
sleep. Sophomores showed off
Their works of drT in Their Gumpy
shields ond flooT. lvleonwhile, The
juniors duieTly worked on some
losT-minuTe shields ond Tdping up
Their shoker cons. IT wos widely
known ThoT The seniors were off To
some secreT pldce To sTorT work
on Their winning pockdrop.
IT moy hove been o duieT ivlon-
orch Eve, puT iT wos one of inTense
concenTrdTion ond effori. All The
work ThoT The closses puT inTo
lvlonorch Doy should pe com-
mended. To everyone who
helped ouT: you deserve d poT on
The pockl CongrdTuloTions oil
closses on gredT jobs!
-By Sunny FroTus
QLefTj Showing True dedicoTion To The
closs of 88, Mike Honkins ond Moy Ai-
rnorio fill up The losT of The pink ond red
Qikpovey lvloking sure Sophomore Mi-
chele Sims song ond chonT ore reody
for The nexT doy ore Juniors, Lourie Mo-
chodo ond Leslie Tyler.
Senior Piraies Sieal The Treasured Golc
For The Class of 4987, Monarch
Day broughf abouT a realizaTion of
a greaT dream ThaT The class had
been siruggling Towards for The
pasT four years.
The dream of Taking firsT place
aT Monarch Day came True for The
seniors, due To Their hard work and
IT Took auiTe a while for The class
To geT Their acT TogeTher and sTarT
preparing for The evenT, and mi-
raculously They managed To pull
Their backdrop Togefher The nighT
before Monarch Day. Maybe The
lasT-minuTe deTails ThaT needed To
be worked on helped The class ouT
more Than They expecTed. Com-
ing Togefher seemed To bring
abouT a clearer sense of uniTy and
spiriT To The seniors, somefhing ThaT
undoubiedly helped bring abouT
Their surprise vicTory.
The senior skiT was a parody of
iiThe PiraTe Movie," wiTh a band of
bad piraTes aTTacking a deserT is-
land loaded wiTh young girls and
Their king faTher. While ravishing
The island for The looT, one of The
piraTes fell in love wiTh one of The
daughTers on The island. She geTs
him To change his evil ways and
Turn The Tables on his fellow piraTes.
He fighTs wiTh The head piraTe, ulTi-
maTely defeafing him, and he
gives Them an uITimaTum: eiTher
change your evil ways and marry
The daughTers or else They would
all be in big Trouble. And of course
The piraTes agree To marry The
daughTers, and They end The skiT
off in a merry noTe by doing a jolly
liTTle dance signifying The mar-
Seniors showed an incredible
display of spiriT and enThusiasm for
Their class. They surprised all oTher
classes by Their greaT number of
parTicipanTs. These facTors were
accrediTed To Their fanTasTic win
"IT was so incredible ThaT ou
class managed To pull This off.
guess This goes To show you Tha'
The underdog can come ouT or
Top someTimes. l am very proud o'
The class of '87, and l'm very prouc
To say l'm a parT of iT. l Think This
was The besT way To sTarT off our
senior year on a blasT. No maTTei
whaT happens in The fufure, our
class will be able To look back or
our Senior Monarch Day and smile,
because They know we were The
besT and ThaT we deserved iT The
mosT!" commenTed Aice Chung.
The Monarch Day Trophy sTands
Tall and proud in The office, wear-
ing The golden bow of vicTory
around iTs neck.
-By Sanjay Sabnani
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CAbovej Fighfing over The freedom of
Their fair maidens faTher are Rishi Shukla
and Alex Medina.
CT2ighTp Singing To The Tune of "lT's a
Small World" is Teresa Fisher, proud To
be in The class of 87.
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of 87 proudly sTdnds in fronT of Their
QLefTQ Showing Their spiriT ore Lyzeffe
Cruz ond Ceciiio Viiiegos, holding Their
qApovej The men who hove SENIORS
wriTTen doross Their chesTs ore, Jeremy
Miller, Mike Grohorn, i?on Knighf ond
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fiopj Damon Hunn is poTienTIy c:iwciiTing
The wise words ThcJT he hos Traveled so
for To heor from The Devii Fred Fox.
QAbovej Showing her spiriT onci uniTy is
Brenda Temple for The class of 88.
QI?iQhTj The Juniors cc1n'T woiT To Toke
Their piece in The gym.
Juniors Tdke on Unexpecied Second
Tglk gpouT ihcrediple fegTs! The
juniors were so gmgzihgly TogeTh-
er OD ivlohgrch Dgy ThgT They
sTuhhed everyohe ghd lefT gll The
oTher clgsses ih gwe of Their gregT
gpiliTy form ihTo mgsses OD The dgy
of This gregT spiriT evehT.
Though The clgss wgs disgp-
poihied wiTh Their secohd plgce,
They do hgve g loT To reflecT pgck
oh ghd pe proud of. They cgme
ihTo ivlohgrch Dgy deTermihed To
peTTer Themselves from Their lgsT
yegr fourTh plgce. Ahd Through
The legdership of juhior clgss presi-
dehT Eddie Lozgno, The clgss
pghded TogeTher To form GD uh-
sToppgple wgll of uhiTy.
Devil's lslghd wgs The locgTioh of
The clgss' skiT. Oh The islghd were
The WesT Ehd ghd The EgsT Ehd,
Two groups who were cohsTghTly
fighTihg. They wghT To domihgTe
egch oTher ghd decide The ohly
wgy To do ThgT is To fighT egch
oTher ouT ih The sTreeTs. BuT ThgT
highT, The WesT End legders Thihk
of gh glTerhgTe plgh. They will gg
To The legehdgry Devil Temple,
where The Devil lives ghd holds The
power of The world. BuT gil This
while, The EgsT End Thihks of The
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sgme ideg. BoTh groups send g re-
presehTgTive To The Devil's Tem-
ple, where They legrh ThgT power is
gchieved Through uhiTy, hoT domi-
hghce. They decide To uhiTe ghd
The skiT wehT well, cohsiderihg
The wireless mike wehT off hglfwgy
Through Their skiT. BuT The juhiors
hgve plehTy To be proud of! NexT
yegr They will jusT domihgTe lVloh-
grch Dgy ghd geT The wih They de-
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CLefTj Angelo Chong, Sngron Sigffgn-
son ghd Teresg Chew proudly repre-
sehT Their clgss.
Qikpovey Represe-hTihg her clgss is Jen-
nifer Neii gs she proudly holds up her
6' umb " oves tself
for licstatic 'SQ
This yeor's Ivlonorch Doy wos d
hoppy occosion for The Sopho-
more Cldss of 4989. IT wds ony-
Thing buf disdppoinfing. No longer
ore The sophomores Idbelled ds
'xldsf ploce". This yeor The closs re-
ceived on oufsfdnding Third.
IT wds d smdll yicfory, grdnfed,
for some of The clcisses, buf The
sophomores were duife conTenT
wiTh beofing The freshmen. IT wos
The sophomores' godl, noT To
come in Idsf ploce, ond iT wds ful-
filled. 'll Think This yedr we reolly
pulled iT dll Togefher ond mode GD
efforf. Vile hod The help of o IoT of
hdrd working, responsible sopho-
mores which is probobly whoT we
were missing in The Idsf Two Ivlon-
drch Ddys. Vile were reolly deTer-
mined To mdke progress This yeoir,
QAboyep Sunny Frdfus ond Michele
Sims Try To sTop Jonef Harbor ond lsidro
Jiminez from killing edch oTher.
Ql2ighTj Proud To be on '8Qer, Roberf
LoGrdce floshes his closs' yedr.
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ond I Think we did," sToTes Gordon
Olsen, sophomore presidenT.
VViTh Gumby, pldyed by Cless
Buckner, GS Their Theme, The closs
proceeded To sTdge o Typicdl
Ivlonorch Ddy meeTing. Of course,
wiTh one smdll excepfion, Gumby
dppeored. The sTudenT dcTivisTs EI-
wood ond Freidd, ployed by John
Lemdnski ond Jdnis Youngmdn,
Tried To geT everyone To pdrTic-
piofe. IT wos sIighTly difficulf wiTh
The cIdss's pdsT record. Especiolly
wiTh d closs including cheerledders
Ddnd ond Krisfino Cllflicnele Sims
ond Sunny FfOfUS,QC1l'T dverdge girl
Teend CLdrd Wennerj, d jock Troy
Clsidro Jiminezj, surfers Erico ond
Poulo CJulie Olson ond Jdnef Hor-
borj, nerdy Brion Cl?oberf Lo-
Grocej, ond preppy Biff CGordon
Olsonj. They were hdrdly pre-
pored To pdrficipdfe.
Gumby oppedrs To sdve The
ddy. IT works, unTil he Ieoves. In
which cose he is obliged To mdke
o refurn yisiT. This closs wds reolly
ununiTed ond unspirifed. Gumby's
refurn yisif mokes The closs redlize
The imporfdnce of These Two
bedufiful words T'spiriT" ond "uni-
Ty" To bring The closs Togefher.
The supporf ond spiriT shown
wos oufsfdnding compdred To
Their repufdfion of being unocfive
ond unsupporfive. Their overoll dp-
peordnce os on indiyiduol closs in
Their sfdnds looked greof. Ivlore
sTudenTs porficipdfed ond more
were concerned wiTh Their closs.
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news of spiriT and uniTy, Gumoy QC'iess
Bucknerj awaiTs her cue.
QLefTj Michele Sims, Jeannie Sfromer,
ana isidro Jiminez show Their spiriT for
The class of '89
CAboveQ AT The Typical Monarch Day
r'neeTinQ scene, Lara Wenner TisTens in-
TenTIy while neray i?oberT LaGrace
aoes exTra creaiT work.
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Though The class of 4990 re-
ceived lasf place This year, They
Took iT in sTride and sTarTed Thinking
abouf nexf year. "Though our
class did noT place This year, l sTill
feel iT was a successful Monarch
Day." said Jamie Sanfemeyer,
freshman, abouf her class. ForTu-
'TaTely, mosT all of The freshmen
wave ThaT same opTimism.
The freshmen have noihing To
de ashamed of. They had more
aeople come Than expecTed and
The spiriT was very high, according
To Jennifer lviiler. The skiT was very
well done. Cindy Rofhfuss and Tre-
vor Hsher did an excellenT job as
vladdie Hayes and David Addison,
especfively, co-owners of The
Blue Monarch deTecTive agency.
Karen Zen, leader of The good
kids, convinces Chris Sfory and The
bad kids To clean up The school
Cwifh The help of The Blue Mon-
archsj. The backdrop and The
shields followed The Theme of
"Blue Monarchs CATCH THE SPIRIT"
very well, buf were noT as defalled
as The oTher classes. Maybellene
Supnef- l'Some people cared and
some people didn'T, puT puTTing all
The spiriT TogeTher of all These spir-
iTed people makes me proud of all
my Monarch Day accomplish-
menTs." Agnes Cuison- l'Working
on Monarch Day was really fun. l'm
proud of my class for showing all
The spiriT we could show. We have
3 more years To go, and I know
we'll do beTTer." Nina Belen- "This
year, many of us became a liTTle
Too confidenT, noT knowing The
compeTiTion we had againsf us
NexT year, we'll know beTTer. I am
sTill proud of our class and proud of
The people who worked hard."
" 4990, caTch The spiriT, shouf iT
loud so all can hear iTl" "lT's unfor-
Tunafe ThaT we didn'T place higher
Than we did, everyfhing was done
well and we had a loT of spiriT,"
said Trevor Fisher. Don'T worry,
class of 4990, you sTill have Three
years ahead of you.
-By John Lemanskl
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qLefTy Heading Towards The gym wiTh
The class, Maybelline Supner and Tre-
vor Hsher help lead The way.
qAbovej Agnes Cuison reads off her
shield To sing along To The class' song.
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Clouds cleared and Seniors shone . . .
Eorly one weT SepTember morn-
ing, cigfTer o dreory rdinfoll, The MT.
Edenisenior closs gofhered To-
geTher underneoTh o cloudy sky
ond hoped To see even o roy of
sunlighf. BuT They weren'T going To
leT o liTTle wdTer ruinmflfaeir once in d
lifeTime senior picnic.
Loughfer filled The porking loT os
groups of friends gofhered oround
ice chesTs filled wifh goodies.
Finolly The buses orrived ond The
seniors knew Then Thof Their spe-
cidl doy wos obouT To begin. The
buses ropidly filled wiTh onxious
seniors. They were now on Their
woy! This wos Their firsT ocTiviTy To-
geTher cis o groduoTing closs ond
CAbovej lT's Time To flip Those sfeoks
before They geT burned. Todd Dixon
prepores some fine dining cuisine for he
ond his friends.
fRighTj Bob Sonfmyer shows off The
bod ThdT dll The girls die for ds he
lounches o fooTboll.
They were deTermined To moke
This doy well worTh Their long woiT.
AfTer o long bus ride To Ook-
wood Loke T2esorT, lVldnTecd wos
quickly invoded by lVl.E.'s lively,
hyper seniors. Foofboll gomes
obounded ond volleyboll nefs
sprong up everywhere ond dll
were puT To use in whdT seemed
like seconds. The Closs of 4987
seemed To bring lvlonfeco To life!
AfTer o while, The sun come ouT
ond iT wds Time To hiT The slides!
From The crdzy TwisTed wdTer
slides To The ouTrogeous Ropids,
The closs splished ond sploshed Till
They could do no more. All This ex-
ciTemenT did more Thdn jusT geT
Them crdzy ond wild, iT dlso gdve
Them o chdnce To enhonce Their
lorge oppeTiTes. iT wds now Time
To slop The sTeoks on The grills.
There wos food over every kind -
Chinese, lvlexicon, Filipino, ond, of
course, good 'ole hdmburgers. Ev-
eryone hod jusT enough Time To
geT in Their Idsf biTe when They
were informed ThoT iT wos Time To
wrop up The porTy.
So The buses were slowly lood-
ed ond The seniors heoded home
offer o very shorT buT fun-filled
The closs of '87 hod ci sploshing
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CLefTp Rodney Marquez draws back
for The famous deep Throw To The IefT,
QBeiowQ Valerie Bowlin ahd Shannon
Griffin shiver ih The cold.
CBoTTomj Now This is whaT The Senior
Pichic is all abouT! Good friehds and
good food are whaT makes The day!
"The Gang" gaThers arouhd The bar-
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"lt was short, but sweet, and let's do
it all over again, though all the rides
were good. lt's something l'll never for-
"l thought it was pretty fun. lt was
cold and a lot of things could have
been better, but all in all it was good."
ul had fun with Trudy and Monique,
but the day itself wasn't that great."
'tit gave the seniors a chance to be-
come closer. Being together all day
helped us get to know each other. l
had lots of fun . . , wish there was an-
uit was so great. Hanging with my
friends was a great way to spend the
day. lt was a nice chance to get away
from the dull monotony of Mt. Eden."
uit was the most fun l've ever had
with our class. lt's making me look for-
ward to all our other senior activities. I
had fun, no matter what the weather
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CAboveQ Spicing up those ribs for those
hungry seniors is Thomas Ferreria.
QRightj Gazing in astonishment is Jim
Richardson watching Chris Huston put
the whole thing in his mouth.
CUpper Righty Posing for a picture is
Mark Romero, Jeremy Miller and Peter
Grace as Mike Graham sneaks in for a
QLefTQ LosT minute hoir preoorotiohs
for The bus ride home is whoT's oh Rob-
ert Lozano's mind os he checks himself
ouT in o mirror.
fBeIowj Courtney Gray enjoys her
ride clown one of The seclote slides.
CBoTTomj BesT friends Kristi Hillestcd,
Trudy Reyes ond Monique Borundcl
goTher for o weT, buT hoppy, picTure.
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Close-Up A dvenfures Back East
Going To The easT coasT for a
whole week To learn and see The
real workings of The goyernmenT
was a dream come True for five
lVlT. Eden sTudenTs as They parTici-
paTed in The Close-Up program
This pasT fall.
A loT of money wenT inTo The Trip
To VVashingTon D.C., and all The
sTudenTs, Jeremy Miller, Debbie
Davis, Ann Seffens, Lyzelle Cruz,
and Cecilia Villegas, agreed ThaT
iT was all worTh iT. Fundraising, such
as selling candy bars for many
monThs, helped The sTudenTs af-
ford The Trip.
Ms. Joan Hoskins was The
sponsor of The Close-Up Trip This
year. She commenTed ThaT The
Trip ouT easT really helps The sTu-
denTs undersTand goyernmenT
and They all profiTed from parTici-
Close-Up is a loT more Than jusT
going easT and seeing all The fam-
ous naTional siTes: sTudenTs geT To
see and learn firsThand how The
naTion works. They aTTended
seminars discussing goyernmenT,
classes ThaT Turned inTo ThoughT
Talks which allowed Them To ex-
press Their own opinions, and They
wenT on Tours of The area around
Them. They had liTTle Time for
Themselves or To relax, buT ThaT
didn'T seem To maTTer for They
were Too busy meeTing new peo-
ple and having fun To noTice.
AT The end of The week, a loT of
The sTudenTs found iT hard To leave
Their new surroundings and, of
course, Their new friends. BuT when
They did leave, They all agreed
ThaT They came back richer, boTh
educaTionally and emoTionally.
"To me, l believe The Close-Up
Trip will be one of The mosT memo-
rable momenTs in my high school
years. Alfhough l musT say l'm noT
sure whaT l'll remember mosT: The
good Times l had or how unorga
nized l was, l could never remem
ber whaT Time The Transfer buse
lefT or whaT Time we had To be
somewhere. Through The whole
week, l probably had 'l5 hours C
sleep ToTal because l was alway
in The middle of a pillow fighT o
wresTling maTch wiTh my room
maTes, or on The phone wiT
someone in anoTher room. We
had roommaTes from Tennesse
New Orleans, and parTs of Califo
nia. I had Two roommaTes fron
San Leandro and Oakland, ani
one from Tennessee. We all be
came real close and when i
came Time To leave, saying good
bye was real hard. l would recom
mend This Trip To everyone. IT'
more Than jusT learning, There's 4
loT of fun involved, Too," com
menTed Jeremy Miller.
By Laurie lvlachadi
COpposiTe pagey The Close-Up group:
Ann Seffens, Jeremy Miller, Lyzelle
Cruz, Debbie Davis, ancl Cecilia Ville-
Cleflj Jeremy Miller relaxes before ain-
ner in The holel.
Cbelowp Cecilia Villegas hangs oul
near The capilol.
flower lefly Lyzelle Cruz goes sighlsee-
ing in Ola Town, one hislorlc landmark.
"ClQoSe-Up awloweli wie
to wleei wramlj View people
Urrawr alll aaa . .. "
aaaivr . . . "
Qowdg rlgulllcgt Keeps l3OlSlQeTbOl0ll
To cheer louder Than The cheer-
leaders. To be more obnoxious
Than one could possibly imagine.
And, finally, To make all oTher bas-
keTball Teams feel as uncomforf-
able as possible when played The
Monarchs for baskeTball.
ThaT was The whole basis for The
exisfence of The "Rowdy Bunch,"
lVlE's own group of unruly sTudenTs
who decided To Terrorize all oTher
Teams The school played during iTs
"Rowdy Bunch" had been
around lasT year, buT This year iT
really became a TradiTion ThaT will
jusT have To be conTinued. lT was
sTarTed mainly by The wild imagi-
nafions of seniors Alex Medina,
Jimmy Richardson, Louis Slaley,
and Lori LaManlia. AnoTher sen-
ior, Kevin Chow, added his arTisTic
abiliTy To The wild posTers The Row-
dy Bunch decorafed The bleach-
Though The Rowdy Bunch was
Told ThaT They had To subdue Their
acTions a liTTle biT afTer The cheers
They yelled began To geT a biT
lude, noThing seemed To bring
Them down. They were definifely
The loudesT, mosT brash group of
fans ThaT The HAAL has ever come
"How do you Tell a Team To pre-
pare To face The Monarchs in a
baskeTball game?" asked Alex
Medina, "And how do you pre-
pare Their Team members and
cheerleaders and fans for The
abuse They are going To receive
aT The game?" He smiles. "You
don'T prepare Them. You jusT leT
Them come in and be shocked by
The whole scene."
Louis Slaley agrees wiTh Me-
dina's ouTlook. 'lThe Rowdy Bunch
harms no one. We're jusT a bunch
of sTudenTs Trying To have a good
Time aT The baskeTball games. We
don'T mean To offend anyone by
our cheers, we jusT do iT for fun.'
The whole group provided fo
greaT fun and enTerTainmenT aT a
The games and was even sup-
porTed by baskeTball coach Ror
Benevides. ln facT, aT The annuc
SpiriT Game, Coach Benevide:
announced over The PA aT The be-
ginning of The game "Thank you
Rowdy Bunch for making This sea-
son The besT."
And Thank you, Rowdy Bunci
for giving The school The bes'
cheering secTion iT has ever seen
and probably The besT roofing
secTion California has ever seen
Here's To hoping ThaT The Rowdy
Bunch conTinues on as a name-
sake TradiTion filled wiTh loTs of fur
By Laurie lvlachadc
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Seosovi Juwipiiig CWTTQT SxCiTewieJfri
opposiTe DOQGD The Rowdy Bunch in full
orce! C5oThering for Their "mug" shoT,
aniy ci obouT hoif iTs members showed up!
ook QT ThoT size ond imogine even more
houTing oT o gome!
Abovey In o rore quieT momenT, bond
nemberHea1h Ramos Tdkes five by leon-
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'iThis yeor's Rowdy Bunch wos
more exciTing Thdn IosT yeor's. i
reolly enjoyed cheering The Teom
on, ouT iT wds mode especioiiy fun
due To The foci ThoT we were win-
ning oil our gomes."
ing on his insTrumenT. The bond usuoiiy
shows up To ploy oiong wiTh The Rowdy
Bunch. CRighTQ Coach Benevides Thdnked
The Rowdy Bunch GT The IdsT Iedgue gome
for Their owesome supporT of The winning
The YGGI' in Review: Politics
Suddenly Reagan wasn'T
The 'ibure" presidenT every-
one hc T deemed To be.
His bigge wlomaTic disasTer
became u arenT To The na-
Tion when in a brief appear-
ance before The VVhiTe House
Press corps, he admlTTed Thai
he had noT been in full knowl-
edge of his aides' acTiviTies in
The sale of IeThal weapons To
BuT ATTorney General Edwin
Meese was Traversed inTo
delivering The worsi of The
news: up To S30 million in se-
oreT profiTs from The weapons
had somehow been Trans-
ferred over To The subporT of
The Nicaraguan ConTras.
Three sebaraTe oommiT-
Tees were aT once seT up To
invesTigaTe The goings on, buT
few auesTions were To be an-
swered. Key figures, former
naTionaI-securiTy adviser John
PaindexTer and former sTaffer
Col. Oliver NorTh boih Took
The FifTh Amendmeni To "prod
TecT Themselves." Thus while
doing Thai, Reagan himself
found his in credibilify wifh The
nafion in TaTTers.
Rehnquist Sits In the Bench
ieppeiisiee f chief. .jusTioes for
T The notional Supreme Couri.
.Bi,giTgClil was noT a pafh of
s rosesfo gefihere. ATTer The
unhmely deaiih of Warren
Burger, chief jusfice, Rehn-
auisT was chosen for The job.
Bu? The Senaie wcrnfed To
geT Their hands on him firsi be-
fore he saT in The bench.
drugsuser flew, buT he was
acquiffed of Those beliefs.
Then he was charged i Thaf
while acfing as The a GOP op-
erafive in Arizona he Tried To
brevenT blacks and Hispanics
from voTing. BuT he was Qo-
auiTTed of ThaT one olso and
was finally approved and
confirmed by The Senafe. V
The Year in Re vie w: Poliiics
Meese: No Porn in Whiie House?
rsf vnder Qsreive Grew-
noofdrvhvfi Greek female rrr fire
ee for JUSHCG Department.
lr was the anniversary, fmoi-R
ty. Gver Q yeof ago, Ferd-
ncmo Marcos had Tried ro rig
The etecrion in The Filipinos, but
thot c:iicln"r work. And when
he fried to fight, Corozon
Aquino come of him with fuii
force. e i
Due To The overwhelming
display of People Power, Mor-
cos ond wife imeido fled
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The Frlrplnesrio Howora, for their
r r' rhen
Wsff 'Of hem 'r Q 're-
rrrirf irrin o'7Qf'?f,MfW5f
6? ro helpzlife in rho
People Thai Made the Ne ws
Len Bias Meefs Unfimely Cocaine Death
IT was The besT of Times, iT
was The worsi of Times. li was
The biography of The life of
baskeTball greaT, Len Bias.
lT was definiTely The besT of
Times considering he had jusi
been drafied by The Bosion
Celiics for 34.6 million. i-le sure
had plenTy of reasons To be
AT Bias' funerai, broTher
James Bias Jr. weeps uncon'
Trollably while his faiher offers
him supporT. The deaTh
shocked The whoie counTry.
A Royal March
lT was a Time of exciTemehT
ih England as yeT anoiher one
of The Royal Princes Took his
wedding vows. s
This Time around, TT was
Prince Andrew who decided
To Tie The knoT wlTh The esT9o+
mable Sarah Ferguson.
Noi To be ouidone by his
broTher Charles, Andrew and
his bride wed all The way firsT
ciass wiTh Tradiiional Royai
family wedding ceremonies,
compleie wiTh a parade oil
The way Through London.
But unTorTunaTely, iT ended
up being The worsT of Times.
ali due To his celebraTing.
T WiTh due cause for a parTy,
The prospecfrive pro ended
up snorTirzg.a biT Too much oo-
caihe. Friends Told him To cui iT
out ThaT he'd had Too much,
bus' inhis own words, he could
'ihandle .ahyThingl" PrompTiy
afier, he collapsed.
Suddenly iT siruck America
Thai cocaine could affecf'
everyone, even a rare user.
So sad iT is Though ThaT iT had
To be shown Through a deaih.
Bui America was finally learner
ing ThaT drugs were no longer
jusi fun and games.
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And whoi wouid Americo
be like if Their Thursday niQhTs
were void of Their fovoriie TV
Ever since iTs premiere over
o yeor ogo, The "Cosby
Show" hos hii Number One
every week in ci row, no moi-
Soys Cosby of his success:
"Well, when you're hoi,
you're hoi . . . ijusiihope my
embers don'T smoider ouT."
Spock, Kirk Return
The reiurn of Sior Trek To The big
siiver screen pieosed millions of
people. Copioin Jornes T. Kirk
pidys wiih furry iiiiie creoiures in
'iThe Troubie Wiih Tribbiesf' ond
Dr. Spock does some mindrneiding
in "By Any Oiher Nome."
Cruise Enio ying
'Top ' Success
The egeiess idol ond The young
Top gun mei up This yeor for o reoi
biockbusier movie, "The Color of
Money," iT wos The besi yeor for
Tom Cruise, who monoged To gei
in Two Top movies, Besides "Col-
or," Cruise biosied dwoy in "Top
Whdi more could on ocior dsk
for? Looks, money, greoi ociing
siyie ond fGDTOSfiC movies io
booi. Cruise is definiieiy The i"8Os'
con-do kid" os he Tokes The movie
indusiry by siorm, going moch five
wiih his hoir on fire!
Coming pdck from o four ddy
weekend, SpiriT Week loegdn. The
sophomores were The firsT To
decordTe The ddminisTrdTion hdll.
"Sophomore Sdvings ond Loon"
The sign redd. IT hod dll The mdkings
of o pdnk, even d TodsTer gi-
veowoy wiTh edch new dccounT
opened. The sophomore hdllwoy
won firsT ploce. The evenT for The
ddy wds The Bdlloon l-lug ond pro-
duced whipped creom conTes-
TdnTs, wiTh The juniors Tdking firsT
The nexT morning, The hollwdy
wds insTdnTly Trdnsformed inTo d
bedch. Blue woves croshed
dgdinsT The building. HSurfin' lvl. E.
H." wds The Theme wiTh pdndnd
peouTies ond peoch umbrellos.
ThoT some doy broughT on senior
vicTory in The PreTzel Relcry. Lough-
Ter wos spredd in This evenT wiTh
floured foces, coke guzzling, ond
QRighTj Sophomores sTruggle To grosp
onTo The rope.
QAbovej Sliding dcross The floor, The Ju-
niors end up losing To The freshmen.
Sdriorls Cowie OUT Cifictloliious
As The Third doy of SpiriT Week
dpprodched, The sleepyeyed
seniors proughT l'Hedven's GoTe"
To The bledk hdllwoy. Everyone
hod To wdlk corefully for, ofTer dll,
pillowy clouds oren'T ThoT sTurdy.
The evenT of The ddy wcrs The info-
mous 'lEgg Drop." IT hod To be The
obsoluTe messiesT of The gdmes,
considering The pldyers hod To
drop o crdcked egg inTo cr Dixie
cup held in The mouTh of onoTher
cldssmdTe. The Seniors didn'T
seem To mind The egg yolks,
Though, ds They monoged To
come in firsT in This evenT, Too.
The findl doy of SpiriT Week
proughT The juniors To The hollwdy.
ChrisTmds in Februory? You peT!
Everyone wds in The ChrisTmos
spiriT os The hollwdy emiTTed ChrisT-
mos cdrols cill Through The ddy pe-
hind The chimney The juniors
loroughT To The hollwoy. Hopes of l
vicTory donced Through The
heods. The SpiriT Rolly wds cr rec
boTTle ds The puffed ond grul
sTruggled Through The gruesome
Tug of Wdr. ThoT evenT wds The
mdin dTTrcrcTion when iT come
down To The wire wiTh The Fresh
men ond Seniors bdTTling for firs
ploce. The Seniors primiTive, bruTe
force come ouT on Top, while The
Freshmen Took second, Junior:
pldcing Third, crnd The Sophomores
coming in ldsT.
Then come The pig, findl nighT ol
compeTiTion: The SpiriT Gome.
Who wds The loudesT? The mosl
unified? All in dll, The Juniors endec
up winning The dll-dround blessed
By Michele Sims
ivi Spiliii CWQAQ QOUMQS
Hop IefTj Leslie Tyler, we've Told you
hoT To weor so much powder! The hdT-
urol look is in!
Uop righTQ Eddie Lozcino geTs cieoned
up dfTer The Bolloon Hug.
CLefTj Shdnnin Collins prdoTices for The
Bdliooh Hug, meosurihg The disTdhce
oeTweeh her dhd her porTr1er.
Ufrbovej You've goT To TrusT your porf-
her, Damon Hunn, ds They drop o row
egg righT ir1To your Dixie cup!
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Uopj Junior Hugo Schmidi proudly dis-
pioys The Dixie cup ThaT earned Them
CAbove RighTj IT's a messy job, puT
someones goTTo do iT! Tracy Murphy
and Keisha CuThberTson ploy The Bai-
CAbovej Chrissie Lee shows poTTie
scars afTer The Egg Drop.
WhaT o show of cohcehTroTion!
QRighTQ Carrie Soares and Louis Staley
give iT Their oil ogoihsT The mighTy fresh-
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part of Spirir Week iscempeiing
crgainsl oiher ciasses because i
Cheri Loza, Sophomore
"i never gel much out or Spirit
Week. The Spirit game aoesn'T
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classes. Though ltiseioi offun
competing in The Qac:irires 9lCrndl
screaming for your oiassk'
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ancl Tracy Hammond all waTch The spir-
iT evenis aT lunch.
QFar LefTj Preparing her new wardrobe,
Robin Aragon fixes her Glad Bag.
CAT:-ovej The Number One Monarchs
were feaiured in The SpiriT Rally.
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balloons for The Balloon Hug.
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woiion Bonono coughT The eye of ev-
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CTopj isn'T iT jusT like The Tellers To be ouT
To iunch oil The Time oT Sophomore Sov-
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squeeze Their balloons.
CFar RighTQ Kerin Zien and Jerrelle Lock-
harT are surprised To find whipped
cream in Their balloon.
CBoTTomp The more Christine Maurici
blew aT The flour, The more iT goT on her
CAbovej And They're off! The Balloon
Hug runners Took off wiTh a dash.
CLefTj Paul BuTIer sTrugQles on a floured
ground To pick up The preTzel he had
Uopj Selling cider, ine S.A.D.D. iniro- CApoveQ Mr. Cnilcoii gels siudenl
clucecl siuclenis To ine imporionce of Karen Hal off To closs wiln Cl pgss.
noi drinking ond clriving.
52 lnviiciiion To People
QLeflp During free lime in arl class,
Tony Fernandez skelches one of lVlE's
Injured and oul of foolball prdclice
for a while, CBelowj Larry Byrd jusl kicks
iT on The quad, wailing for his lunch To
CCenTerp Stuffing yourself in a car for
Twenly minules isn'T everyone's ideal
lunch period, bul il sure is a greal way
To meel people! Kim Jackson, John
Lemanski, and Nina Belen all scrunch
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qFar lefij Jimmy Richardson casually
losses a football.
QLefTj Seniors gel ready during Mon-
CBelowQ Governmeni class musi be
amusing for Aaron Geddins.
QBelow leflp Darrell Park seems very
proud of his player.
CBelow righly Jerry Torres ana Kevin
Chew enjoy one of The fooiball games.
lnviiaiion To Seniors-55
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Cabovej Reading magazines like
ThaT, There's no way Alice Chung
can fail iVlosT Likely To Succeed
also Brian Takenaka, noT picTured
Though. CrighTj Alex Medina and
Dana Quon, jusT your All-Around
CIefTj The IaTesT cIoThes, and
greaT faces are whaT make
Valerie Bowlin and Gary Pear-
son iviosT ATTracTive.
berlson and Mike Graham
FDUST GQTSS, They SUCIQQGCT
Qbeiowj Paul Rosenlind and
Collins, our iviosT Unique seniors. A pic
Ture is worTh a Thousand words.
qieftj Dedicdted dnd different. Rishi
Shukla dnd Courtney Gray- Most Ser-
vice fo Cidss. Qrighf cornerj "Hdven'f I
seen you somehwere before?" Biggesf
Fiirts, Bret Stover and Dixie Krimm.
Specioi thanks to the Southiand
Denfai offices, Wiison's Suede and
Leather, Spencer Giffs, Dominique
Lens Crafters. Dcziiey's, The
aCompc1ny, Waidenbooksrond the
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some of these pictures inf sfores.
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Kristi Re' Hiliestaci
Trudy A. Reyes
Qdbovej Naomi Clark, peeks out
from behind. CShyesf dlso, Larry Byrd,
buf was too shy To take d picturej
TOP TEN GRADU T ING SENICRS
The choosing of The Top Ten
graduaTes of The class of 'I987 is
done by compuTer which Takes all
The grades of The sTudenTs for The
lasT four years and Takes The Ten
who have had The besT Grade
PoinT Average overall.
The yearbook wanTs To ac-
Alfhough l excell in maTh and biological sciences. l ' siiiiisiif T
also enjoy liTeraTure and The performing arTs. Follow-
ing graduaTion, I plan To aTTend Chabof College and
IaTer Transfer To a four year insTiTuTion such as U.C.
Berkeley. In The fuTure I simply hope To enjoy myself
and increase my parTicipaTion in Drama and dance.
lVly GPA. is 4.0
Denise L. Brady
knowledge The following from The
class of 4987 for Their ouTsTanding
grades for The lasT four years.
CongraTulaTions!l!! These Top Ter'
siudenfs were The Top Ten as oi
The daTe of Feb. 20, 'I987 for The
firsT 7 semesfers.
l found I have a greaT inTeresT in biological sciences
and arT when I was in eIemenTry school. Pursuing The
.. .wg -s
sTudy of biological sciences furTher in college will help
me To enTer The field of Gynecology. I plan To aTTend,
hopefully UC. Berkely or U.C. Davis To reach my goal
in being an ObsTeTrican. WhaT is my G.P.A.'? 3.97 so
I've hod To work hdrd in my closses To exoell. I've
Ieorned o lor or Mr. Eden nor only Through irs curricu-
lum our Through my experiences os well. I pldn To
furrher my educorion or UCLA with The gools of ob-
Toining o degree ond o well-poying job.
n Edno Dere
AlThough I really do noT Think I excel in anyThing I
have achieved a 11.0 G.P.A. which has aualified me
for admission To U.C. Berkeley. In school, I enjoy my
maTh and sciences parTicularly. As far as fuTure plans,
are concerned, I Think I wanT To be a docTor and feel
ThaT college sTudies and experiences will supporT or
change my goal! Regardless whaT The ouTcome
may be, I will keep feeling posiTive Toward iT.
Now ThaT I Think abouT iT, I really can'T say I excell
fully in any one Thing. I'm in a way a "jack of all
Trades" I'm fairly good aT being a musician and pres-
enTly I play Three brass insTrumenTs. I'm doing very well
in my class subjecTs I do enjoy compeTing in sporTs
unless of course a sporT evenTuaIly bores me. I do
have a knack aT finding high paying parTTime jobs.
RighT now I have a parT-Time job ThaT pays nearly
double The minimum wage.
There is no oTher UniversiTy pesT suiTed Towards my
needs Then The Navel Academy. The Navel Acade-
my offers an excellenT educafion, a wide varieTy of
sporTs and exciTing exfracurricular acTiviTies. IT has
aImosT everyfhing one could wanT.
lVly grade poinT average is 3.95
I don'T really excell in anyThing parTicular, however I
enjoy maTh and have an appreciafion for music. I like
wriTing sTories, Though I don'T do Too much of IT, and
work hard To aTTain my goals. I hope To aTTend Ca.
Poly SLO and major in ElecTrical Enginering, In The fu-
Ture, I hope To graduaTe from college and geT a well
paying job ThaT will allow me To live comforfably and
I really don'l have a favorile subjecl, bul I do espe-
cially well in malh, english, and woodshop. I am plan-
ning lo allend San Jose Slale or Cal Slale Hayward.
There I plan lo gel a Bachelor Degree in Criminal
Juslice. Afler I gel my degree I plan lo become a
Law Enforcemenl Officer. My grade poinl average
for my four years al lVl.E. was 3.95.
l've lried lo do my besl al everylhing I sel oul lo
do, pul my grades aren'l lhe mosl imporlanl lhing lo
me anymore. Sure my grades are impressive, bul il
doesn'l have any significance unless l've learned
somelhing new aboul myself. There's more lo school
lhen learning lhe malerial handed lo you. ll's aboul
underslanding and applying whal you learned lo
help olhers. l've had fun here al lVl.E. and wherever I
go, l'll conllnue lo enjoy myself.
" sf' Ten proud Top Seniors CBack Rowp Den-
ise Brady, Consuelo Sichon, Rozanda
Lee, Alice Chung, Edna Dere, Linda
Chang CFronl Rowj Jonalhan Monlilla,
Anlhony Hoang, Frank Silva, Brian Ta-
Good Leddel' ship Helps 59l1iOf5 Ex CE
i'Serving as Senior Class Presi-
denT has been a worTh while ex-
perience ThaT will always hold a
special memory in my hearT. I owe
special Thanks To my officers who
have done a superb job in carrying
ouT Their duTies, as well as Those
spiriTed and supporTive individuals
in The class. Alex, Rodney, Dana,
and Kevin: The dedicaTion you've
puT Towards The class is deeply
appreciafed. All The hard work
really showed wiTh T87's explosive
spiriT which led us To win Monarch
Day. lT's been an ouTrageous year
and There are many more good
Times To come. The Class of 4987 is
a unique class which has over-
come many obsTacles, and These
sTrengThs will Therefore always be
relfecfed upon us as The Golden
Year ThaT puT us in The limelighT."
Senior Class PresidenT
"The flock was roused from
sleep by his cry, as loud as he
could scream iT from five hundred
feeT up: 'I can fly! LisTen!
I CAN FLY!"
Senior Class Vice
"I Think our class showed how
awesome we really are This year,
especially by winning Monarch
Day. l've enjoyed being an officer,
and am glad ThaT I was a parT of
everyfhing. IT was nice serving wiTh
Cindy, Dana, Alex, and Kevin, who
have all been greaT friends These
four years. Good luck To Them,
and good luck To everyone in The
Class of 'l987l"
Senior Class SecreTary
"lT's been an advenTure, To say
The leasT. BuT There's always been
The fun Times everyone in This class
has shared wiTh each oTher. Hon-
esTIy, I have really enjoyed work-
ing wiTh everyone in The senior
class, you're all one of a kind.
hope you all do greaT in The fufure
and don'T ever IeT The memories
slip away. To my fellow officers
Thank you for always being There
in supporT. Good luck everyone!
Senior Class Treasurer
"To wrap up my IasT four years ir
one paragraph is silly, noT To men-
Tlon impossible. The good Times
ThaT l've had here were only possi-
ble Thanks To The greaT people I've
meT and worked wiTh over many
Monarch Days. I appreciaTe all The
friendships l've made and mosT of
all I appreciaTe The supporT The
Class of '87 has always given iTs
officers. ThaT's why we're so
greaT, lcause we work TogeTher.
I'm proud To say I was all a parT of
Senior Class Hlsforian
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joseph Acber Phil Alarcon jose Amador Sweeda Amiri Rodrigo Anguiano
Quantise Anloine Yuba Ambaki Link Arreaga Lamont Anaway josepb Ayers
Bonnie Bailey Kristine Bailey jack Baldridge Silvia Burajas Fernando Base
Rober! Bastress Denell Bell I john Berrios Cbarlelba Blabe Monique Borunda
, Valerie Bowlin Denise Brady 4 ' Bradley Brown 1 Lawrence Brown john Buendia
Thomas Buena Charlie Burns ' Raquel Bybee Larry Byrd jeffrey Carpenter
Cesar Cavazo: Mary Ceniceroi' Linda Chang Kevin Chew julie Christensen
6 6 -Seniors
Alice Chung Bryan Clark joseph Clark Naomi Clark Nelson Coelho
Shanin Collins Healher Cook jesse Cooper Berin Couacaud Cathryn Cowden
Anthony Cozzette Mercedes Cristobal Chelece Crufn Elizabeth Cruz Lyzette Cruz
Ronnie Cruz Domingo Cuevas Bryan Cunningham Keisha Cuthbertson Elmo David
Deborah Davis Dewayne Davis I Nequetta Davis Rachael Davis jose Delaoruz
juan Delacruz Albert Delgado Michelle Delgado Elizabeth Dernpsy
Edna Dere Mark Dixon Todd Dixon Michael Dolan Cindy Dorothy
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Gina Duarte Michael Dunne Andre Edwards Lisi Elespp Davkl Encelan
Darayus Engineer joann Estrada Liza Eslrada Geeta Faruq Tony Fernandez '
Todd Fisher Teresa Fisher Sandra Fitch Bennxkon Flores
Solomon Floyd Cindy Foget Kristy Foster Nancy Francis Joanne Garcia
Seniors De-Ga-6 9
Aaron Geddins ' - Shajna Gee Tricia Gifford Ferdinand Goloyo Michelle Gomoll
I Dario Gonzalez Peter Grace Miha Graham Courtney Gray Liz Grey
Meg Grey Pamela Grier Gregory Griffin Patty Grqfin Shannon Griffin
Karen Gustafson ' Karen Hal Paul Hale ' lwlliam Hallinan Lynn Harwood
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Ken Henderson Tanya Henderson Frenetta Hendrix, Valerie Hernton Angela Hill
Kristi Re' Hillestad Linda Hinojosa Alvin Hoang Anthony Hoang Steven'Hohl 5 X
Kenny Huang Chris Huston Viet Huynh jenny Izab jason jackson .
Kim jackson Scarlet jackson Abdul jamit Susan jankowsbi Redeemer jaocbieo
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Donnelle johnson Lawanna johnson 1 Lavell jones Bruce jordan Darlene jory K
' jolm Kim Young Kim Robert Knight Ronald Knight Dwe Krimm
jessica LaCofnbe I
Lori Lamantia Hilda Langarcxa Angelica Laxut Vu Le Baldev Leader
Hung Lee Rozanda Lee Monique Lewis Vanessa Lim Kimberly Lockwood
Maricela Lopez Werner Lowensprung Robert Lozano Frank Luccbesi Kedh Lucicb
Q, Paul Lyons Michael Macacbor Bruce Madden Deondra Madere Pravin Mahabir
Kelly Marks Rodney Marquez , Theresa Marquez Diane Martin M Donna Martin
Allen Martinez Tina May Robert McKinney ' 1 Donna McCreaa'ie Linda McDonald
Alex Medina joann Mejia jeremy Miller Delnis Miranda jonathan Monlilla
Lisa Moore 1 Elezibelh Moran Roxane Moran Andre Mosley Priscilla Moungle
Greg Mugg Tracey Murphy Dam!! Myers , Esanullah Najeeh Anupa Narayan
yodif Nvlffm Grace Ng Dai Nguyen Nhut Nguyen Thao Nguyen
Treo Nguyen Viet Nguyen Shawn 0'Connor Christine Papp Darrell PM-L
Sandeep Patel Marilou Paulo: Thomas Paulson Kim Peacock
Seniors M a-Pe- 75
Gary Pearson Marci Pennington Donald Perry Guiha Pontrelli Alfred Powell
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Steven Price jon Quaid Dana Quan Roselin Randy Ramirez
Ronda Rawlins I Rachel Reboton Rhondalyn Renda Trudy Reyes james Richardson
Alton- Riddle Rachel Rivera Tammy Rivers Anthony Rodriguez
Michelle Rodriguez Barbara Rollins Mark Romero Rachael Romero Paul Rosenlind
jocelyn Rout! Eric Ruenz Sanjay Sabnani Rahrne! Safnimi Abel Sancbn
Aireen Sanchez Ferdinand Sarxido Robert Sanhnyer Emilyn Santos S Pamela Sarofeen
C ynlhia Schnader Kyra Schoening Kurt Scortt Arm Seffem Rishi Shublg
jocelyn Siapno Connie Sicbon Frank Silva , I Nick Silva X Jeanette Silva
Tina Silva Gurindarpa Singb james Sloan Catrina Slobodnink Heidi Smith
Robert Smithline I Carrie Soares Osman Sorbbabi Lasbawn Spencer Louis Staley
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Keith Stanton Kim Stapp Melanie Starz Bret Stover Curtis Stredic
Brian Tabenala Kim Txernan Linda To Arlene Tobia Aida Toledo
jerry Torre: Tana Tsai 0 Heather Ulricb Dfhne Vargas
Peter Vialpando Luis Vxeyra Dean Vigil I Cecilia Villega: Jeri Walher
Kerry Walker Faylaizia Warren R. Marc Walley Patrick Watson Heather Wesley
Max Wheeler Cynthia lwlltkllhf joy Williams Niko lwllxhnzs Todd Woodward
David Yamashha Sang Yi V Eric Yuan
lose Amador "Thanks Mom and Dad for all your
jelp and support. I'm glad you guys pushed me
ar I might have done something I would have
egretted for the rest of my life. I love you both for
iilways being there when I needed you. Now,
Hs hit em'!
Puantise Antoine "CXO "87", the best to each
if you . . . Mom and Dad. I love you both. Sister
Dee, the best to you now and always . . . Bestest
renz: Niko, Stacye and Monica, the best to you
all, I luv you guys!!"- Ouanchy
loe Ayers "lt was the best of times. It was the
vorst of times. That pretty much sums up my
'ears at Mt. Eden. Thank you, everyone that has
ielped me make it. Hey Chill Band was great and
good luck next year. Caryn. don't forget about
four shoe. "87" RULES"
lonnie Bailey "Good Luck to the accounting
:rew- Catrina, Jenni, Kris, Kim. Sean. Gregg and
Jlaria. I love you Adam. Thanks for helping me
vith everything, I finally made it!"
Iristine Bailey "I dedicate this quotation to my
nom and dad. I want to say publicly that I love
and respect you very much. I'm so glad I am
inally completing high school. Goodbye and
good luck in the future, The accounting crew.
lack Baldridge 'lThe years were rough, The
rears were hard, Now set fire, to my attendance
:ardl Thought I couldn't get out of this place.
.ook at me now and I laugh in your face! Class of
iilvia Barajas "I want to thank my aunt and uncle
or helping me through these years that have
Jassed. And to all my friends at Mt. Eden, I wish
'ou the best of luck. I'Il miss you all. I wish the best
o the class of "87"
iernando Basa "Thanks to everyone that made
he times at Mt. Eden bearable. Take care every-
Jne and enjoy your lives. Sanjay, Laurie. Alice.
Iuka. and Greg- Goodbye. My friends, maybe
or forever. Goodbye - Ferny"
Bobby Bastress "I would like to thank the entire
:lass of 1987 for all the unforgettable memories
rou've given me. Special thanks to the CREW,
'ony. Charlie, Teresa and Kristi for being there
ivhen I needed them most, especially Pam, I
couldn't have made it without you."
Denell Bell "I liked being at M.E. the two years
that I was: I had fun kickin' it with my partners. On
behalf of the CONDO PARTNERS I leave my half to
my partners: Londell, Chico, Lamont, Omar, and
Larry. Have fun the last years your at M.E. Yak-
Monique Borunda "Mom and Dad: I love U for all
the love and trust U put in me, Caprice and
Royce: Stay cool. Shawn: Thankx A being there.
To all my friends, thanks for helping me smile
through the years. lets keep in touch. Michelle-
I've learned to be adventurous! Steve- UR IN 'IO
SE. I love you RAB. P.S. Trudy and Kristi - l gotta go
Pl- love MOU L5I,'LUW.ru
Valerie Bowlin "To all of my close friends, family,
and the class of"87". I LOVE YOU!! Thanks for all
of the good times and the treasured memories.
l'lI keep forever. but remember. this is just the
Brad Brown "MXI, UX DURX Y! B.T. VOR R.L. IMQP
SZR Y!"+ ZAXB.NZB DZU,+Z LVBII MVBR NX9696V4f
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Thanks to all of my friends and my parents. Later
lil' sis, I'm outa here! QTWEETY BlRDj"
Lawrence Brown "Thanks mom and dad for ev-
erything. Good-bye and good luck to F.B., S.S..
C.C., and R.M. Good luck to the class of 'i88".
John Buendid "STAND BY ME" Oh "THE FINAL
COUNTDOWNH to USUMMERTIME, SUMMERTIME"
when it'S "HIP TO BE SQUARE" to "OPEN YOUR
HEART" so "COME GO WITH ME" and LETS GO
"WALK LIKE AN EOYPTIANH On this HNOTORIOUS-
""LAND OF CONFUSIONH cuz "THE FUTURE'S SO
BRIGHT I GOTTA WEAR SHADES" -"PAUL REVERE"-
Tom Bueno "Welcome to where time stands still.
no one leaves and no one will. Moon is full, never
seems to change, just labeled mentally der-
anged. Dream the same thing every night, I see
our freedom in my sight."
Charlie Burns "So teach us to number our days.
that we may apply our hearts unto widsom"
Thankx mom and dad for all the love and support
you've given me over the years. I love you. A
special thankx to Tammy Ankrum.I love you.
Good luck class of "87" in the future and may we
all meet again. Remember - Wherever you go,
there you are!"
Raquel Bybee "During the time spent here. I
have learned a lot about people, thanks to my
friends and Ms. Victor. I'm moving on in my life
and the people close to my heart made it possi-
ble. I am able to love now and I hope never to
lose the beauty of it."
Larry Byrd "Thank you mom, Toma and Khai for
your love and support and being there whenever
I needed help. I love you all. I want to thank all my
friends for making high school so fun. Good Luck
Cesar Cavazos "Thanks mom and dad for not
pressuring me to succeed in school. Its been fun
guys! P.S. Confucious say, "Have a nice day!"
Mary Ceniceros "Mark, K.S.H., Tina. thanks for
everything! Duckie and Lizzie, together we
teased, laughed, and cried, but never fought.
We got into mischief alot and almost got caught!
But we'lI always be together cause true friend-
ships Iast FOREVER!!!"
Linda Chang "Eureka!! Eureka!!"
Kevin Chew "Thanks to all my good friends who
have made these four of the best years a person
could have. We've had great times, both good
and bad and I never want to forget you guys.
Remember. next year - Southern Cal! Good luck
to you all in the future!"
Alice Chung "Like a bird upon the wind we will
know the sense of freedom. We will find the an-
swers to the questions we've never known. We
will make our names stand out and forever we'Il
stand proud. We are here . . . Many thanks to my
parents and to all the friends and teachers who
never stopped believing in me. Yika - love you!
Brian Clark UILYJU, TFEMSLD, GLTICO87, DMGIF-
FITW, BNBBNBS, MSLDTFGMIFWHAP, IGIMYJYMS-
MIM. IHlCO87DAWAlGlDITF, DIASIYW, TJUMD-
SAM8LR, IGMLT87, GOOD LUCK!"
Naomi Clark "Na Na your the best. but save
some for Pinky, Ades, Joann. Joann, iT's been
greaT, good luck. Brian Thanks for being There,
even Though I don'T remember. Ivlarilou, Trudy,
lvlonique- We made ITI Friends Forever. Joanna
hang In There. Love ya alll"
Shanin Collins "Howdy: Vic, Jessy, Pip and Ernie.
Doughnui fighfs and IaTe nighT bank escapes.
Team A.V.O.K.? Sorry, Team G! Pass The TANG
because she's gof Joe's Trousers on. EaT iT, WhaT?
Well I didn'T see ThaT rock. LaTer skaTers. STrIng
Cdon'T pull iT.y"
Healher Cook "I made iT, Thanks To mom and
dad, I love you! Good luck "87". A special Thanks
To The Crew for all of The good Times. you're The
greaTesT! To my Tigger, I love you forever Ba al-
ways . . . XOXO"
Jesse Cooper "Special Thanks To dad, sis, 84 my
grandparenTs for helping me geT all I have. Love
always To The boyz, Rock for ages. To IVI.B. a
pleasure To know,
Kaly Cowden "Thanks mom and dad for all your
help. I really do love you boTh. Good luck Chrissy
and Chrissy G. Thanks To my friends Jodie Nelson
and Cindy Schneider. Thanks Brian Henderson for
being There. C Ya!"
Mercedes Crislobal I'The Time is here and IT's
Time To cheer. Some will bursT ouT inTo Tears while
oThers will yell ouT Their cheers. Good Times and
bad will be remembered, from beginning To end.
BesT wishes To all my friends and To The class of
Dixie Krimm "Mommy and daddy all The yelling
did me good. I finally made IT! Duddies we are
finally ouT This camp. STrong friendships should
never die! BesT wishes Tashai and Sherell. De-
Shawn I LOVE YOU and good luck! Be sTrong
Pumpkin and Tequila. I love you all, buT I goTTa
Lisa Cruz "See mom 84 dad and U.J. 84 A.F. I made
IT! Mahalo 81 Aloha Leimomi, Angie, Kawai, 84
Nani. 'I-A-3 D.P. Ivle Kealoha Pumehana - lkaika"
Lyzelle Cruz "Ces and lVIalou: you guys awe
besT of friends anyone could ask for. 'I2' 'I3' '
Ronnie Cruz "The Time has come. School is done.
I couldn'T have done IT wiThouT my mom and my
grandparenTs. I love you all. LasT buT cerfainly noT
leasT my girlfriend. I love you, Tail"
Domingo Cuevas "MT. Eden has been The besT
four years of my life - sikel To my mom and The
uTols, Thanks for all The supporT. John, Jerome,
Gary, Tracey, Delnis and The Gang, Ces, Ivlarilou
and LyseTTe - lVlahalo"
Bryan Cunningham "I hope everybody's dreams
come True. I know my dreams have come True.
Because over The summer I ran inTo a very special
girl. If she'II have me I would like To marry her. I
LOVE YOU! Cheryl Robinson, and don'T ever for-
geT ThaT! Now kiss me you fool . . . "
Keisha Culhberlson "Look mom - I made ITI, I
passed The TesT. These pasT Twelve years have
been The besT. To all my friends ThaT have more
years, I leave wiTh happiness and shed some
Tears. I love you mom, STanIey, Angie, and dad.
The Kid from New York!"
Deborah Davis "Thanks mom and dad. You
made This year special for me. I LOVE YOU AL-
WAYS. Pooh sTay cool. Remember "FIRST CLASS
FOREVER." Leah, Nicole "The Crew." IAN DARRYL
SIMES, YOU'RE SPECIAL. Toni, iT's been fun. Salna,
Thanks for being my friend. PaT, Donnelle, Dell BYE!
HEY Nesha, Nesha, BLUE FOREVER."
Dewayen Davis "I would like To Thank The follow-
ing companies for making This school year possi-
ble! Budweiser, Coors, and Jack Daniels. WiThouT
Their help I wouIdn'T have made iTl"
Naquelfa Davis "I'd like To Thank God. Say I love
U mom and Thanks for being There for me, and 2
Norwarren I wish U all The luck 84 happiness in The
fuTure, your a greaT friend. Jacie 84 Sonya Thanks
for making 2nd live. l'll miss ya Noo Noo! . . . lvls.
Rachael Davis "I would like To Thank my mom for
all The supporT you've given me over The years
and a special friend David Jones. Good luck in
The fuTure LaIVIan. E "STay SweeT?" Good luck To
our fuTure Freddie Taylor. "Bless you all"
Jose DelaCruz 'II wanT To say Thankx To all of my
frenz and fellow gradz of 'i87" for The greaTesT
high school years anyone could ever have. Espe-
cially To you Angela Rose Reyes, for making rr
life so wonderful. Love ya all and Take IT easy. P.
"Someone busT ouT The yayo" Remember TI'
smoking law CUSSK!
Juan DelaCruz "Well fellers, iT's Time To jam, O
ver Edgar, HenesTy, Donald, Ivlondi, Paul, Denn
Jeff, Robby, all of you undergraduaTes make Tr
besT of your youngsTer years. Angie, Tricia, Trud
you all be good. Everyone keep In Touch. All c
you guys are one in a million, especially by br!
Alberl Delgado "I finally made IT. Good luck I
The resT of The underclassmenf'
Michelle Delgado "Thanks mom and dad.
couldn'T have done IT wiThouT you, your Th
greaTesT. David you mean everyThing To me an
I love you so much. I miss you grandpa, I wish yc
were sTiIl here."
Edna Dere "IT's all been worfhwhile buf This is ju
The beginning! Mom and dad- Thanks. Jane
you've been a greaT sIsTer. Have fun R's. Goo
luck and congraTuIaTions To The class of 1987!
Todd Dixon "All my life I never sTopped To wori
'bouT a Thing. Open up and shouT IT ouT - an
never Try To sing, wondering If I've done IT wron
Will This depression IasT for long? Won'T you 'S
me . . . where have all The good Times gone?
Cindy Dorolhy "I would like To Thank my parenT
Teachers and God for helping me make
Through The years. I love you all."
Gina Duarle "Thanks mom, dad, and Mark for c
The supporT you've given me Throughouf my hig
school years. Joey your The greaTesT! I hope w
sTay TogeTher forever, babe. I love you forever
Lisi Elespp "Mommy no pudiera hacerlo sinTi IVIL
chisTsmas gracias para Toda Ter ayuda. Te amo
eres Ia mejor! And To my Three besT buddies IVl.lN
R.R., and Mr. Bear- I super love you guys! Thani
for all The memories."
JoAnn Eslrada "I, JoAnne EsTrada, firsT, Thank m
parenTs for bringing me up Thru my high schoc
years. To all my friends, hope To be seeing yo
around. lviomi and Mooke, Thankx for being sl
nice To me. Jimmy, Take care and good luck wiT
your up-coming years,"
Liza Estrada "Thanks Ms. Griebrok for allowing
me to graduate at Mt. Eden. Thank you Jim Sloan
for introducing me to the drugs, alcohol, and
rock-n-roll. Uust kiddingj Thanks Jim for every-
thing. I love ya. I love you mom for standing by
me and understanding me."
Tony Fernandez "To THE CREW-Mike, Peter Mark,
Gary, Robby Yvonne, Brigette, Maria, Heather,
you guy's are THE GREATEST! I could never forget
the good times. Mom I put you through a lot of
hard times. I'm sorry! I love you mom. To Heather I
love you and always will. Hi Ron."
Thomas Ferreira "Mom, dad, Coach Matthews,
Ms. Schwiers, Mr. Wyckoff, thanks for everything! I
LOVE YOU ALL! Bubbles, you're my favorite 'I
IGeorge, hang tough buddy! Lil' Dude, good luck'
lTo all my friends, I'll love you always! Lowerclass-
rnen, you'II always be WORTHLESS EIGHTGRADERS
to me! Best of luck to '87! "LEAD"
Todd Fisher "Mom 84 dad thanks for the guid-
ance. The worst is over. And Ms. Schweirs thanks
a lot. Class of 87 the laughs and joys will ever
linger on. Keith, Gary, LuLu, good luck in the fu-
ture. Jay will always be Brown. To Niko, paradise is
our next stop.
Teresa Fisher "To dream the impossible, to con-
quer the unconquerable, this is my quest." Mom
and dad, you've given me the love and encour-
agement more than one could ask for. I love you
forever. Trevor, good luck in your next 3 years at
M.E. Shawn FOREVER FRIENDS secrets told,
memories shared, remember you only live once.
Bret and Robby, to know you is to love you and
that I do. You guys are the best. Good luck class
Sandra Fitch "Mom, thanks for your support. I
ove you! Members of the R Club, Sonny, good
uck Grace, we've had our ups and downs. No
'natter what happens, you are and always will be
'ny very best friend! Take Care. Au revoir"
Bennison Flores "Mom 84 dad I told you I'm gonna
Ttake it. Thanks for all your support. Glad to have
you with me. I love you!
Solomon Floyd "First of all l'I like to thank my
Tlother and father for everything. I wish good
luck and a great future for the basketball crew,
S.L., Kurtis stay down, and Dre toss-up the town
Cynthia Foget "lf we could sell our experiences
for what they cost we'd all be millionaires by now
. . . As we go don't forget the FLAMlNGO!"
Kristy Foster "Mom and dad, sorry for all the trou-
ble l've caused you throughout the years. Well I
finally made it. Michelle thanks for everything . . .
We've been through a lot together, but we
made out on top. Donna it'i been fun knowing
you. To Ms. DelaRiva. thanks for everything. I love
Nancy Francis "Mom and dad thank you to the
both of you. You are the best parents anyone
could have, I wouldn't have made it without you,
mom! To my brother I wish you lots of luck next
year. Best wishes to the class of 1987. P.S. I love
you mom, dad 84 Don."
Joanne Garcia "Some people call me rude, I
wish we all were nude. I wish there was no black
and white, I wish there were no rules. PRN- Prin-
cedemonianism - Electra. Jay, Nut, Bucky, you
are my life, I love you. Jen Pal, Freaks! Take care
all ya tosses! Jobaby 57"
Salna Gee "I thought this time would never
come it seemed so far away, without you mom,
without you dad l wouldn't be able to say, it was
hard, but it was fun the class of B7 is number one.
Thank you for everything."
Patricia Gifford "Goodbye to my friends and
thanks to my teachers. Good luck to you all.
Good luck to Angie, Mary, Sherri, and Sheli. I hope
that the rest of your time is as great as mine has
Michelle Gomoll "Thanks to me l made it. So
screw all of you who thought you helped. I love
you all though, especially me."
Dario Gonzalez "l'd like to thank my parents, and
many friends, without them I don't know how I
could have made these the best A years of my
life. All the best."
Mike Graham "To: Jim z, Pete, Tony, Heather,
Alex, Jeremy, Mark, Greg, Rachael, Robby, Gary,
Tina, Rick, Brigette, Levon, Maria, thanks - you
nerds. Love you Teena! Thanks mom and dad!
BEASTIE BOYS!! "When I get my fill I chilly most"
Greg Griffin "lt's been a good A years at M.E. but
l'm glad I'm leaving. Good luck to the Crew in the
future. 86 B2000 Rules, BOYS."
Patti Griffin '!Thanks mom and dad for all of your
support and understanding. To my special
friends: thanks for all the good times! T.H., Y.M.,
JC., W.P. Qstay in school womanly D.M, and to my
boyfriend, I love you very much babe. Good luck
class of lQ87."
Shannon Griffin "Sunny, thanks for being there
for me. To Lore, and all spiritleaders, thanks for a
great fun filled year, I'm gonna miss the squad.
Valerie and Kelly, thanks for all the memories, I
love ya and will miss ya!"
Courtney Gray "My eyes are watering, there's a
lump in my throat. l've longed for graduation,
now I don't want to leave. I'Il miss the games, my
boring classes, the close friendships l've made
over the years. But qBoo-hoop I won't let the sad-
ness of leaving my friends - family keep me from
partying my A- off in college! Good luck 87,
Pam Grier HBAIGO thank you God, Hank
8cC.B.C.Y.C., Niaue, Lace, Deac, Rell Yeah, lt's
that T.U.C. forever. And to that old Bhrama Fam-
ily- U- KNOW-WHO-YOLJ-ARE! lt's kazual cuz we'll
miss you wenches too. T.U.C. Alwaze. PS. Throw
Karen Hal "My last year, ma, and you're not
here. Be proud of me, I love you. Thanks L and
Pops for the help and understanding. to the up-
coming seniors keep the Mt. Eden Spirit alive and
Lynn Harwood "Theres no secrets and no corrup-
tion in the center of infinity. Theres no limits in non-
existence and no beginning to my destiny.
Kenneth Henderson "Mom, thanks for supporting
me through all these years, you're the greatest!
Ms. Schwiers thanks for being there, especially
you Keith! Good luck class of 87 l'll never forget
you Joanna, I love you and always will! K.I.T. al-
Tanya Henderson "Mom, dad I've finally done iT!
Thanks for everyThing. l'm glad I had The Two of
you To see me Through. I love you boTh, Neil W.
XOXO, Good Luck. LaShawn, happiness is get-
Ting whaf you wanT, success is wanTing what you
geT. 4987 was so legiT!
Frenetta Hendrix I'To my moTher and faTher who I
love very much, I Thank you for your love and for
your supporT. Good luck in The fuTure To The class
of 4987 and you NeTTe."
Angela Hill I'Mom and dad I love you boTh and I
hope I haven'T been a disappoinTmenT To you
Two, but I do Try my best. Thank you very much
mom for everything. Darryl Malone, you've
broughT me happiness, I LOVE YOU. Take care
everyone! Love always, fuTure Mrs. Angela Ma-
Kristi Hillestad "Of The four years I've been here.
I've come across many friends, you're all very
dear To me! Trudy and Monique, my best friends,
Thanks for all The good Times! Grandma and
Grandpa Thanks for everyThing. I love you boTh.
Ricky CM.D.j you're my everything. l'lI always love
you . .. FOREVER! Good luck nexT year Teena
Beena, you, I could never forgeT! ONO SKONO 84
OOMPS QwhaT did ThaT meanp? Hey, Monique Go
Linda Hinoiosa "IT's been fun, but now IT's Time To
go afTer our dreams and make Them come True.
Thanks for all The greaT Times DaneTTe, Roxane,
Lamont, Luis, Michelle, MiTchi, and Greg. To my
family, Thanks for all your supporf and help. To my
freaks, keep dancin. 'IC-Ya Babes!"
April Hiram "Mahalo To my sisfas lkaika, Nani.
Kainoa, Kawai, Malani, Namakalani, Leialoha,
Angie, Napua, Angelica, Joann, and PaTTy.
Thanks for The smiles, laughs, and Tears. May all
your hearTs be as one Through all The years -
'ISTAND BY ME" Smile Jimmy! I love you mom.
dad, and Moke. Aloha, Leimomif'
Kevin Hoang "May you have The greaTesT Two
giffs of all on These holidays: someone To love
and someone who loves you. If you already had
IT, don'T blow iT - good planeTs are hard To find.
Never eaT more Than you can IifT!"
Steve Hohl "To The guys I hung around with aT
lunch, 'IHope you make iT Through The rest of The
years wiThouT me." l'd like To Thank all my friends
for being There Through The years. To my mom
and dad, I love you and Thanks for everyThing,"
P.S. Good luck Kevin."
Chris Huston "ln only a single year aT ME. I've
gained friendships ThaT will never be forgoTTen.
Leaving my old school as a senior seemed like a
Tragedy Then, but being welcomed as I was
made IT loTs easier. Thanks Bene for The greaTesT
season. Julie, I love you, Thanks everyone!"
Viel Huynh "My one and only, Nancy Francis:
You're a very special person To me, em Ha. Don'T
you ever forgeT ThaT!!! You're my besT friend!
You're mine, and always will be. Please forgive
my misTake."Anh yeu em mai mai, I missed your
Jenifer lzak "I don'T wanT To sTarT any blasphe-
mous rumors, but I Think ThaT God's goT a sick
sense of humor, and when I die I expecT To find
him laughing. Rachel Thank you for undersTanding
me. You're The besT. Rishi I will be your friend unTil
The end of Time, "sweeThearT" Laurie, I know ThaT
you will geT everyThing ouT of life, but just don'T
forgeT who you are, SPUNK. l.L.U. ALL."
Jason Jackson "The official, biodegradable
quoTe of Jason J. Jackson: "I suppose for once in
my life I mighT as well be serious and Thank every-
one who goT me here, CYou know who you arej
so, class of 87, leT's geT out info The real world and
show 'em how IT's supposed To be done. Bye Ms.
Kim Jackson 'ITo mom and Ed, Dad and Erica,
Thanks for everything, you're The greaTesT! To The
family, I made IT! I love you all. To The friends I
leave behind, good luck. And To The class of
4987, we are The fuTure. Good luck and make The
most of your lives. Always remember your
dreams. Thanks for The meories, l'll cherish Them
always. P.S. Rishi, remember our OSCAR!"
Scarlet Jackson "Momma, Daddy, Thanks for
supporTing me Through The years. I love you boTh!
Del, Randel and Theda, I made iT! Arn'T you proud
of me. STerling Moses, I give my best wishes To
you, love you always. yo LaShawn, was 87 legiT
Susan Jankowski 'Thanks mom and dad for ev-
eryThing. And To my friends especially Joanna,
Rachael and Lynn for being There when I needed
someone To Talk To. And To ArT Ramirez you will
always be SOITWSODQ VGTV SDGCICII To ITIS. I love
Donelle Johnson "I would like To Thank all of my
friends and my moTher and faTher for geTTing me
Through The year. BuT now To my parTner Dell, IT's
been fun because The roap squad was number 4.
BuT all that I know is The class of 87 must go."
Lawanna Johnson "To my friends, for The resT
sTrive for The besT, cuz This cruel world will puT you
To The Test. Thanks mom for yelling aT me. IT got
Through. A special Thanks To Ms. Schwiers. To my
longtimefriend Kristi HillesTad, may we be friends
for Ten more years. Ms. Bunny."
Lavell Jones "To my parTners Danny J. 8s Big D
Holloway, be cool 84 sTay in school. To Omar J. we
had our ups and downs buT your sTiIl ok. To Lacy
Lace I love you 84 always will. I want To be wiTh
you forever: Love Chilly Veil."
Darlene Jory "Thanks mom and dad for pushing
me when I needed iT. Good luck Andrea and
Wendy in your fuTure years aT MT. Eden. I love you
Debbie Kearns "See mom, I Told you l'd gra-
duate. IT's been Tough, buT I made IT. All my
friends, Thanks for The memories. I Love You! Rishi.
where would I be wiThouT your supporT'? You'l
make iT cuz baby you're a sTar. JuJu, I wish yon.
were here To share iT aII."
Robert Knight "I will never forgeT The fun, of Th
friends I've made here aT MT. Eden. BUT MOST O
ALL MOM, Thank you for your sTrong and lovin
support all These years. BesT of luck in The futur
class of 4987."
Ron Knight "There comes a Time when every-
body musT grow up. I guess This is our Time.
Thanks: Rob, Tony, Rishi, Kim, Louis, Rachael, Don-
na and a whole bunch of oTher special people.
FLEA you're a great friend, Thanks. Michellj
you're The besT. I LOVE YOU!!! Mom Thanks I lov
you. 87 lives."
Dixie Krimm "Hey ChrisTy! LeT's break ouT The
Sody Pop! Yo Pinky whaT's up'?! To all you crazy
people iT's been . . . Well, all is not lost! Bye morr
84 dad . . . Thankx Schwierso for all your help! P.S
John M., I'II always love you."
Lori LaManlia "Mom and Dad - Thank you for all
of your loving supporT. I couIdn'T have made iT
wiThouT you! Good luck Pafrick, I'II be Thinking
abouT you always! I love you and I'm going To
miss youll!! I can'T believe high schools Through
and I'm on my way To SDSU!"
Hilda Langarica "Good Luck To all The senior
class of "87". A dlllar, A dollar, A Ten o'cIock
Scholar. Whaf makes you makes you come so
soon? You used To come aT Ten O'cIock buT now
you come aT noon. Thank you mom, dad and
friends and Teachers."
Angelica Lasul "Thanks mom for all The helps
you've given me. I wouldn'T have made IT wiTh-
ouT you. For The class of 87, I wish you The besT of
luck. Thanks To all of my friends, and especially
mommy, yau're The greaTesT . . . human. I'lI al-
ways love you."
Jeff Lee "Follow your dreams - in This world They
are your besT chance. Don'T lose hope, find a
reason To keep iT. Good luck. Thanx for every-
Thing R.H.,S.H.,S.S.,J.S.,M.G.,and S.G. Classof87
Rozanda Lee "The essence of a higher educa-
Tion is The search for ideas."
Monique Lewis "Mommy 84 Margie, my inspira-
Tion ThroughouT The years. Mission accomplished I
made iT, Thanks. The Crew: Lace, Rell, Bop 84 Pam,
Thanks for good Times. Hang in There TasTy. So-
nya, my besT friend, 87 was your year Too, so This
ones for you. May you resT in peace." Nique-
Vanessa Lim "Thanks mom and dad for supporT-
ing me all These years. Yeah! I made iT, isn'T iT
greaT. I especially like To Thank all my friends. lT's
been greaT. Dana, hope we'II sTay friends for a
long, long Time. J.R., E.S., H.L., R.S., S.P., S.R., V.T.,
Good luck To The class of l987!"
Kimberly Lockwood "I finally made iT. Told you I
could do iT. BuT I couIdn'T have made IT wiThouT
The help of my mom and my grandparenTs,
Thanks for your help. BesT wishes for all my friends,
E.R., D.M., N.S., and many more. Good luck To my
underclassmen wiTh whom I also had many
friends. R.J., L.G., KC., M.S. BYE EVERYBODY. 87 is
Maricela Lopez "I wanT To Thank my mom and
dad for helping me Through These years and I also
wanT To Thank my boyfriend for supporTing me on
finishing school and being There wiTh me when I
need him, and l wish The besT of luck To The class
Keilh Lcuich "Plan for The real life before you
know iT you will be There. To my friends James
Lucas, Mikey D., Mr. Anderson, Barb, Anna M.,
KrisTy, JaneT, Chrissy L., Thanks for The inspiraTion,
also my parenTs Don, Julie, Ron, Barb wiThouT you I
wouIdn'T be here."
Paul Lyons "Well mom and dad I finally made iT.
You helped a IoT U2 Vernon, as four aa!! of yu
Teechers hoo Ierned mee well, Thanx for The
Times. Also Thanx To all my friends for puTTing up
wiTh me. Mr. W., Todd, Ken, Cari, Jay, Mic, Dee,
Shane, CinfBear and Mr. and Mrs. R. Thanx for The
Michael Macachor "AfTer The dreams, come re-
aIiTy. The pasf is gone forever, buT The memories
sTilI live on. Friends and family Thanks for making
my years The besT."
DeOndra Madere "I would like To Thank a very
special person in my life . . . MY MOM. I would like
To Thank her for all of her help, because wiThouT
her I would noT have made IT This far. you are The
GREATEST! Love Qyour oldesf daughferj Ms.
DeOndra Madere of Class of lQ87."
Kelly Marks "Thanks Lori and ChrisTine for all The
greaT Times This year. And Valerie and Shannon,
l'll never forgeT you! Good luck class of 87, I hope
all your dreams come True."
Rodney Marquez "Show's over, were hisTory
now! Special Thanks To all my friends for making
These years memorable and fun - especially This
one. Good luck To you all! See you guys down
SouTh! Good Riddance M.E. cause I'm gone -
Allen Marlinez "Thanks mom and dad for all The
Things you've done for me ThroughouT The years,
especially having me. Thanks C.K. for being There
I love you. I also wanT To Thank B.Y. for everyfhig
you've done for me. And K.W. for being There. I
love you alI."
Donna Marlin "Mom, dad, Thanks for everyThing.
see I made iT! Nick Thanks for The supporf I love
you! ChrisTy ofh was fun, keep in Touch."
Donna McCreadie "Mom, Thanks for all your love
and supporT. Dad, I wish you could've been here,
I love you boTh very much!-Chris, HeaTher, and
PaTTi Thanks for being such greaT friends. - Joh-
nie, YOU are The besT and I Love You!l!l"
Linda McDonald "Everybody's searchin for a
hero. People need someone To look up To. I nev-
er found anyone To fulfill my needs. A lonely
place To be, so I learned To depend on me. I
decided long ago never To walk in anyones
shadows. If I fail, If I succeed, aT IeasT l'II live as I
believe. "RespecT YourseIf"- Bruce WilIis"
Robert McKinney "Thank you mom and dad for
puTTing up wiTh me all These years. I finally made
iT. Bye Bye MT. Eden."
Alex Medina "BarTender I'Il have anoTher" '!Love
is only chaTTer, friends are all ThaT maTTer" "STrike
hard, sTrike fasT, sTrike ofTen" I love you mom and
dad, Good luck To The class of "87", and check
slxf'Speed is life"
Joann Meiia "Each day is filled wiTh fear along
our way. BuT This one brings our cheer Our Gradu-
aTion Day. P.S. Thanks mom and dad, J.J.M.E.G.
BesT wishes To all my friends."
Jeremy Miller "I wanT To say "Thanks" To all my
Teachers who learned me so good. I be grad-
giaTed now. PeTe, Mike, Greg, "BesT Senior Buds"
To my sis I leave my swim lane. To JB, besT friends
always. Class of "87" besT of luck, Love class
clown. LONG LIVE SAPPOROJ'
Delnis Miranda "GraduaTionl A memorable Time
of boTh bliss and sorrow. Looking back in reTro-
specT I find myself yearning To relive memories
long gone. To my buddies-keep in Touch cuz' I
sTiII luv ya! To!'Smurfy" and '!AbduIa" Alfhough
The fufure separafes us, we will always be The
besT of friends."
Jonathan Monlilla "To live for Today and To love
for Tomorrow is The wisdom of a fool. Because
Tomorrow is promised To no one. You see, love is
ThaT wonderful Thing ThaT The whole wide world
needs plenTy of. You may conquer The world, buf
wiThouT love There is noThing aT aII."
Elizabeth Moran "My end aT MT. Eden is jusT The
beginning. We musT now look To our fuTures and
reach our goals. If may noT be easy, buT iT will all
be worTh iT someday. Thank you for everything
mommy and daddy. I will always love you. Helder
Deider you are The greaTesTII!!I"
Roxane Moran T'CongraTuIaTions cfo 87. lTs
been a greaT Time 84 The memories will IasT for-
ever, Thanks To my friends: Linda, DaneTTe, Greg,
Luis, John, JaneT, gs C-Hall. Special Thanks To my
parenTs for Their supporT 84 belief in me. Love you.
Andre' Mosley "Thanks moms and Pops for ev-
erything. To Curtis and S.L. good luck To your
fuTure. To my Ace J-Luv Keep The Tenders flowing
HOMEBOYI- DRE '."
Priscilla Moungle "Thanks To all my friends for
making my senior and iunor years compIeTe.
Thanks To mom and daddy for everything. BesT of
luck To Emily, Swena, Jocelyn, AnnaLeah, Rachel,
Vanessa, Rosalind, Hilda, Young, Angelica, Fran-
ces. Celina . . . Friends Always."
Tracey Murphy T'There are no endings only be-
ginnings. To my buds Chilly UD" and 'TKing of The
AI" don'T parTy Too much. To Mike and Dave and
The rest of The gang l'lI be over for dinner. To my
good friend Lourdes don'T forgeT To do your
David Myers "Thanks mom and dad for every-
Thing. Val kindergarTen Through our senior year
Together, Thanks for being a good friend. Jason,
sweeT bug Alex Medina and PeTer Grace goT
horse nuTs. Tic Tic Tug see ya Greg Mugg. Tyler is
your bug done yet? Gary Pearson your awe-
some. BNBBNBS. Louis STaIey you scrounge. Bye
Barbara Nabors "Hey people The end is noT hear
buT The end is here. So To all The guys and gals
and all my close pals, I bid you all a shorT good
bye. Because long ones always make me cry.
Y'aII be down. Sheronica, Shawn, and ScarIeT Oh
Yea The E-Hall CrewI"
Anupa Narayan "Good luck! Classes of 87. Mom,
Dad, Jai, and Rakesh Thanks for supporTlng me. I
Told you all I will make iT and This is iT. Also Thanks To
you Too Ashees for sTanding by me all The Time
when I needed help. Once again Thanks a loT
Jodie Nelson "Thanks mom and Jeff for giving
me ThaT extra push when I needed IT. If if wasn'T
for you guys, Kathy and Cindy, I couldn'T have
done IT. Good luck! I love you mom, dad, and
Diane. Jeff, I'll always love you. Jo-Lyn. P.S. Good
Bob Nguyen "The learned man auoies well The
words of oThers, The wise man quotes his own."
Dan-Thao Nguyen "The key To success is The
consTancy To pursueI!"
Nhut Nguyen "Thank you, Ngoc, mom, and dad
for keeping me on The righT Track ThroughouT high
schol. Thank you, Tien and VieT for lending me
your ears during my hard Time. IT has been a
Tough year, buT we made iT. Now comes The real
Grace Ng I'Mom and dad, I love you. Thanks for
everything. To my baby slsTer Florence, hang in
There. I will always be here for you. Sandra, my
besT friend, we made iT! You're The greaTesT. R's
forever! Good luck To The class of 873'
Joe Ockhuysen "This was my very inTeresTing
school, ThaT was really boring To me aT Time."
Shawn O'Connor "Happiness is seeing your
boss's picTure on The back ofa milk carton. I wanT
To Thank Jerry Falwell and Marc Wilson - The only
Two guys who can make Thousands of people
sTand up In unison and shouf, "Jesus ChrisTl!" The
falcon has landed, The faT man walks alone . . .
Christine Papp "Looks like we finally made IT!
Good luck To The class of 87! Thanx To my cIosesT
friends wiTh who I laughed and cried. Donna and
JeaneTTe- we had a IoT of good Times. More
daze To come, new places To go. l've got To
leave iT's Time for a show . . . "
Darrell Park "We've all been looking Towards
graduaTlon and now ThaT iT's here, l've never
really realized whaT lies ahead unTil now. Keep in
Touch MonTilla and YamashiTa and steer sTraighT
Through life. I love you mom, clad, mama, papa,
and especially my babez I love you Eileen. DJ
Park C 3 Pencilfon '87."
Sandeep Patel "Mom 84 dad- Even Though I'm sTiI
gonna prove ya wrong, you're seT for life, mark
my words. "Sis"- Though we've had our differ-
ences, IeT IT be . . . "FeIIas" - Here's To fuTure days
. . . cause The NIQUE will fly in '87, P.S, HEY DUDES.
whaT ever happened A.S. and The S.S. Looks like
The game's over."
Thomas Paulson "May The roads rise To meet
you. May The winds be always aT your back. May
The sun shine warm upon your face, The rains fail
soft upon your fields, and unTil we meeT again
senior class of 87, may God hold you in The hollow
of his hand."
Kim Peacock "Thanks mom and dad for youh
supporT Through my years aT M.E., Good luck To'
The class of "87" and To all of my friends ThaT will
be graduaTing in The fuTure years. Deedy, ChrisTy
M.M., K.S., J.D., A.S,, and B.B. P.S. Boudy."
Marci Pennington "iT's been a long four years. I'
kinda sorry iT's over. Lynn we've been besT friend
for a long Time now. I hope IT stays ThaT way. Pl
we've had some good Times TogeTher, I'm sur
we will have more. I hope we will always be Th
besT of friends."
Allred Powell 'Thank you mom and dad for sup-
porTlng me Through high school. IT was a high hil
To climb, To reach The Top. Buf when I did I never
sTop. I give my best To my girlfriend nexT year al
climbing ThaT high hill. I'll miss you Sherreese Rich-
Steve Price "Mom and dad I couldn'T have made
if wiThouT you,Iove you both. My homeboys Dre',
J-Luv, The KID and The hoop crew good luck ir
whaTever The hell you do, we'II iT's Time To get
ghosT, don'T geT ill be like SL. and "chill The most"
- player S.L."
Dana Quon "To my mom and dad and To all my
friends: Thanks for being There when I needec
you and for being greaf people. Cari and Cin,
you guys are The besT of my friends and I luv you,
Randy Ramirez "If you Take a few minuTes To look
inthe past you knew IT would never IasT. The smile
and Tears of Those lasT four years could never be
forgoTTen wiTh These special people, mom, Den-
nis, and Lisi. Thanks mom, I love you. Our dreams
are now possible Dennis!"
Rhondalyn Renda "Thanks mom and dad for all
your support during my four years at M.Eden. I'd
like to thank E.R. for keeping me going in govern-
ment. Thanks Mike for all your support, I love you.
"87" is the best."
Trudy Reyes "Good luck everyone!!! Thank you
mom for all your love 84 support 84 dad I'm so glad
we made up. As for Monique 84 Kristi, thanx for the
best of times you crazy chics. Jessica you'II al-
ways be my bestest buddie. And last but not
least . . . To my baby Johnny, we've been
through so much and we survived thanx to our
love. You're everything in the world to me sweet-
ie. I LOVE YOU!"
James Richardson "To LOU, Mark, Sean, Val,
Shannon, Susie, Chris- Contrast, Kev, Rod, Robert,
D.J., Jon-Man, Rishi, Jeannie, Courtney, Linda, Jo-
baby, Nut, Wilmaduke, M,C., Ice, Pam, Alex,
Larry, Brian, Bret, Bob, Ziggy, Big AI, and Marcus
- It was fun while it lasted. BERIN - may you al-
ways remember this year."
Allon Riddle "Mt Eden has been a good home
for four years. I have met a lot of new people and
kind teachers l'll miss. Thanks for your help. I love
you Nicole Olate for always and forever. Look
out world here I come. Thats all foIks."
Rachel Rivera "David, I couldn't have made it
through these last two years without you. Thanks
babe. I love you a lot. mom and dad thanks for
your support. You're the best parents in the
world. Bro, P-nut, Tony, Jennifer, Good luck with
your remaining years here."
Tammy Rivers "Thanks mom, Tina for the support,
but now I'm on my way, thanks for the helping
hand. Graduating from Mr. Eden is one of the
best things that's happened to me besides my
love for Lamar Myson Brandon. Thanks for the
wonderful years in school. Good luck class of"87"
Anthony Rodriguez "Ann, may it last forever. Fly
high Dean, to the A, what happened?"
Michelle Rodriguez "I finally made it through
school. I'd like to thank my loving parents and all
my best friends. And also I would like to thank Mt.
Eden teachers who gave knowledge to us stu-
dents who want to pursue better educations.
Good luck class of '87"
Barbara Rollins "We'Il I finally made it dad and
mom. Thanks for all your help and support. I love
you both. Kim, thanks for being such a great
friend. Elena and Angelique good luck next year
and the years to come. l'lI miss you both. Mike,
Take Care, and I LOVE YOU!"
Mark Romero "Thanks to everyone Family, sis,
MUG, Big T, A special thanks to Kristi Re' Hillestad
for helping me in government. See you D Hall
MJG, Big T, GB, PV, TW, BL, KRH, TR, MB, VB, JN, Big
Les, KF, WALL AND JMG! Gary P you got SHAFTED!
Pimping Carmellol PD+l"
Rachael Romero "Congratulations class of 87'
. . . Love you mom and dad, thanks for all of the
encouragement and for believing in me! Espe-
cially for Mark, just remember I'II always be there
for you. Thanks T.F., M.G., and K.W. for every-
thing. To Tashai S. I'll miss you!"
Paul Rosenlind "Zoltan, Mike, Dan, I'lI be waiting
with the party place! Take it easy Nelson and
keep in touch. You guys are too much! Anastasia
I'rn gonna miss you, but l'Il visit you I promise. Your
the best girlfriend a guy could have, I LOVE YOU!
IRON MAIDEN R.I.P.'s ...... Mr. Unique"
Jocelyn Routl "Mom, dad, Jenny, Erlindo, and
Freddie, lfinally made it through school, thanks to
you. I also want to thank my best friends Hilda,
Emilyn, Rosilin and Vanessa. The best of luck to
the class of '87"
Eric Ruenz "I finally made it. Thank you mom and
dad for all your support. Best wishes to R.R., T.C.,
E.D., F.S., M.S., K.L. Take it easy Phil. The class of 87
is the best."
Rahmat Samimi "I want to thank my parents for
helping me throughout these past years. I really
enjoyed playing soccer at Mt. Eden. I made a lot
of friends during the past years. Thank you and
God Bless everybody"
Abel Sanchez "Party people all over the world.
Fly guys homeboys and pretty girls. This is my
quote I'm about to say, party hard and stay a
pain cause when your out of school it won't be
Emilyn Santos "Love to mom, dad. Good luck
Francia 84 Dino-is this for real? Amy 84 VO5-re-
member rhombus, triangle, parallelogram? We
made it without them bozos-good memories
though . . . To my friends-sorry guys, didn't have
time to write anything else-I'II miss u'aIl though . . .
Bob Sanlmyer "To my family: your sweet
thoughtfullness has been beneficial to me
among circumstances! To those crazy guys in
statistics:"SNAUSAGES!" BS Incorporated. Hey
Bret, you still owe me money. Thanx for the
laughs 87' T.C. 84 D.M. some of thsoe jokes are
actually funny! I love you mom 84 Carm."
Pamela Sarofeen "What is past we know, what is
for to come we know not," Thanks Linda, Rishi,
and Charlie for making these years what they
were. Most of all thank you Robby, don't ever
give up on me, I love you."
Cindy Schneider "Thanks mom and dad for ev-
erything. I love you both. To my friends Kim,
Kathy. Jodie, 84 Stacy, I couldn't have done it
without you. Guy, thanks for everything. I love
you, babe! You are everything to me. Together
we'II make it forever! cfo 87"
Kyra Schoening "We've finally come to the end,
but really it's just the beginning! I finally made it
Londa. I love you sis. To all my friends, thanks.
Dad, never could have made it without you. All
my love to Darryn, my strength for 3 years. "87"
will never die."
Kurt Scorlf "I made it, thanks for your help mom,
Jay, Dar, and Greg. Good luck to the class of
"87". D.N. I will never forget the good times we
Ann Selfens "How do I love thee . . . Mom, dad.
even Chris. Forever yours, AJ. Day?"
Rishi Shukla "Babe look at me and tell me what
you see. You ain't seen the best of me yet, give
me time l'lI make you forget the rest." Thanks
mom and dad."
Jocelyn Siapno "Good luck to all R's. Hope you
fulfill your dreams. It was fun while it lasted. Keep
the tradition underclassmen. R's Forever! Live
your dreams! Thanks, Jackie, for "Standing By
Consuelo Sichon "When Failure stares you in the
face fight back with might and main, and if your
faith is strong enough your goals you will aTTain" -
Mohn "Think about itll", as I always say . . . "
Frank Silva "My A yrs, at MT, Eden have been fun
but went by fast. L.B. and G.H. enjoy The rest of
your stay at M.E Good luck T.F. and D.G. in what-
ever you decide To do. Thanks for all your help
mom and dad. GOOD LUCK CLASS OF "87"
Jeanette Silva 'IWeII . . . I've had loads of GOOD
TIMES CI-le! I-Ielj School can be as fun as you make
it. I'm thankful To my parents who I love very
much and helped me To get back in school and
my friends who stood by me! Stwilly, I luv you!"
Nick Silva "Chevy's Rule. Good bye and good
luck To all my friends To my mom, dad, brother
Rich and cousin's Jim and John. I finally finishedI"
Tina Silva 'ITo: My mom and famiily This year I
dedicate To you for your support. I love you all.
Love Tina P.S. Arizona here I come."
Gurindarpa Singh 'IThis is The most happy and
sad moment for all The senior year. The most Thing
I like having The high school and entering college
life. This occasion only comes once a year and all
we have is memory That we have done in high
school. Good bye."
Jim Sloan I'CIing To The past you'll be left behind
cause you can't turn back The hands of Time.
Rock-n-Roll ain'T no noise pollution, Rock- n-Roll
will never die, Thanks mom and dad. Love ya Liza.
Thanks To all of my friends, couldn'T have made it
Catrlna Slobodnink "Thanks mom and dad for
being so supportive and helping me struggle
Through high school, You were always There en-
couraging me To be what I am Today. I wouIdn'T
be here if iT weren't for you! I love you! Well,
Dennis, we FINALLY made it!
Heidi Smith "Mom, Pop, Pouge, Dad iT's been
hard but I did it. Phil I love you. IT's going to last
forever, Lizzie Thanks for being There when I need-
ed you. To my friends don'T dream it -be iT.
Adults don'T spit on us because we are The fu-
Dennis Smithline "The best feeling is knowing
you've made IT! Its been a struggle but Ms. Ad-
ams helped me Through iT all, l'II never forget her
for That. To my special friends Randy, and Joy
you've been The best friends a person could
have. Mom I did iT. I love you mom."
Robert Smithline "Thanks mom and Bob for help-
ing me Through These years. I wish your picture
was here next To me Dennis, for our final year aT
M.E. I love you all. Especially I love you Norma
Sanchez, your my all. I love you honey, I want To
be with you forever,"
Cari Soares "Mom and Kenny Thanks for all your
love and support, I love you both. Dad, I'm still
confused, but will always love you. Cyndi, your
special to me, I love ya sis! Cindy and Dana I hope
our FRIENDSHIP lasts FOREVER! My buddies in
Psych, Paul and Mike, Thanks for cheering me up,
Good luck class of "87", see ya aT ChaboT."
Osman Sorkhabi "Osman's Law: I. Good luck to
all The F-LS I hanged around with aT lunch. 2.
Make wise decisions in The future. 3. And may I
asked - why are you Trying To read This you nosey
LaShawn Spencer "Mom, didn't Think iT could be
done "huh' '... '? To my love and second half I'l
Love You! Scarlet and Tanya, live your lives To The
fullest. Classmates "Get all you can Today for
Tomorrow it may not be There." Scarlet, 87 legit! I
Thought you knew! Hang in There Lewis."
Louis Staley "Thanks To: Donna, Sean, Kevin, Val,
Ron, Rob, Jim, Suzie, Greg, Gary, Ken, Dana,
JoJo, Rishi, Courtney, and Cindy your The great-
est. A very special Thanks To my family. Coach
Becker Thanks for helping me mature on and off
The field. l'Il miss You Berinl D.M. you scrounge. Hi
Carol! Thanks Laurie, Jenelle, and close friends
Love you all The Regime. ul-lang Loose" 'IGidde
Keith Stanton "I, Mr. Wonderful, wish The best of
luck in The future 2, 442, 44666, Sweet Lou, A.M.L.,
The class of 87 and myself! I will always luv that
someone special. Thank U Ms. Schwiers, and my
Kimberly Stapp "Thanks mom for all The support
you have given me. To all my friends, Thanks for
being There: Kim, Danielle, Paulie, Tina, Diane,
Mary, Nequetta, and Lisa. Special Thanks To Bill
you are The best boyfriend a girl could have.
Good Luck cfo 87"
Melanie Starz "l'll always remember my years c
M.E. Thanks To all my friends. I'Il miss you all. Goo
luck To The class of "87" Party on! Thanks mor
and dad, I did IT! When one is one, and one is a
To be a rock and not to roll . . . " LED ZEPPELIN
Bret Stover TIThanks mom and dad for all The sup
port! To all the girls aT ME, its been The best, I lov
you all! To all my buddies Thanks for being Ther
Teresa, Robby, Mike, Charlie, Tony, Joe, and T
Bobby I love you more Than Carm. Good luck an
goodbye ME." I
Curtis Stredic "To my homeboys Dre', Steve
Solomon, and etc. May God bless you all in yoL
future schooling or careers. Also To The preTT
young ladies of 87, stay sweet, kind, and fine
and stay in Touch. To my family I love you al
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Kim Tiernan "Thanks mom for your support.
wouldn't have made it without you, I would alsc
like to thank Barbara Rollins for making my fir:
year at MT, Eden enjoyable. I love you. And than
you Rachael Davis for helping me write This an
Linda To "I like To Thank you all my Teachers fo
helping me out for The past four years. Speck
Thanks To my mother for raising me up and mad!
me go To school. I love you. Best of luck to Thi
class of 87."M,F.L.L."
Arlene Tobia "Thank you for all the supportivl
people who helped me succeed all of Thesl
years. Without you, I would've noT been here.
of The people who were left in MT. Eden, esp
cially To my friends, good lucklll'
Aida Toledo 'Tl finally made iT! To my frienc
we've had some good Times, but There will bt
many, many more To come. Good luck class a
87. Gracias mama'y papa por Todo hecho. Lc
Jerry Torres "Arise and go forth and conquer -
Tennyson Rod and Alex hope you hit Mach 2 with
your hair on fire. Thank you Jules and Amy two of
the finest girls a guy could know. Thanks mom
and dad for everything. 87 was. is. and always will
be NUMBER ONE!"
Heather Ulrich "I did it mom and dad. I know I
don't say it very often. but thanks and I love you!
Jeff. we've been Through some hard time, but I
know were gonna make it. I love you babe! Two
years and many more to come. Thanks Donna.
you're a sweetie."
Diane Vargas "To my mom and dad, I wish Them
the best of love. To my friends: Lacy. Sherell, Pam.
Monique, Stacy. Paulie, Kimmie, Chelece, Rox-
ane, Elesabeth, I-leidi, Joanne. Trudy, Monique.
Keisha and Brinda. I wish the best of love and
friendship, especially to my babe in 861'
Pete Vialpando "Thanks to my mom and dad for
getting me through the school years at M.E. P.S.
Good luck Joe."
Luis Vieyra "Well I did it, Thank God! Thanks mom.
dad, grandma for all your support. Good luck to
my brother and sister Pep and Maritza. Lori re-
member I'Il always love you. I'Keith B. Stanton,
good luck buddy!"
Dean Vigil "I-li there!"
Cecilia Villegas "To mom and dad, thanks for all
your love and support. I wouldn't have done it
without you. Lyzette, Marilou, my pal and all my
friends, thanks for being there when I needed
you. I will never forget all the good times we had.
GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 873'
Jerilyn Walker "Thanx for all your love and sup-
port mom, dad. and sis's. . .Don't cry JuI's, 4989 is
not that far away. Enjoy! To all my friends Best
Wishes 8k Take care. s.e.f. Special thanx to "JIM",
Fred, George. Carlos, 84 Hilger for making these
past few yearsareal. . .BLAST!! CDOORKYDATEY
Kerry Walker "Can't say it's been fun, but can't
say it hasn't either. I'd like to dedicate this gradu-
ation to my mother to whom I know it means a
lot. I'd also like to thank a person who is very
special to me as a friend, Bret Yuto. Also Coach
Faylaizia Warren "Mommy thanks for all your
confidence in me. T.U.C. Krew: Monique, Che-
Iece, Pamela, Sherell, Diane, and Stacey: thanks
for all the UNFORGETTABLE times together. Now
its time to move on and l'll never forget you guys.
Sherell and Chauncey have a funky-fresh Senior
year. Can you feel the Beat? Lacy-Lace"
Christy Wartenby "Folks, I heard you. Okay? To
the Dove Way Boys- Thanx, but I don't wanna
play. Dixie - ATTITUDE PROBLEMS? Nope We loved
it. We got it! And with love and admiration. Dale,l
offer you it all! It has something to do with the
Flintstones, right? Sweetness and trust always."
Marc Watley "Life is living on the edge. unknown
destiny: Adventure. To be the very best at what
you do. Mam'y'pap' Gracias Para Creer enmi.
Seniors Fazio, Capitani, Y Adams: Gracias por-
todo. Siosa, Palagi Kitang mammahalin. Y a ti,
Querida, Te amd mas que digo."
Pat Watson "Thanks mom, dad. Rhonda, Victor
and Valerie for your love and support. Good luck
to my love Lori at SDSU and in your future. I'Il miss
you! Good luck to my cousins Darren and Da-
mone. Also to Dell, Donnelle and Ben, may we
Heather Wesley "Study to show thyself approve
unto God. a workman that needth not be
ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." II
Timothy 2:15 Thank you God, for without you I
could do nothing. Thank you mom, dad, and
Heath, for everything. Good luck Letta Webster
loves B.J. Forever!"
Cynthia Williams "It's been a great A years and I
couIdn't have done it without you. Thanks morn
and dad for being there I will always love U."
Niko Williams "Well we made it class of "87"
Good luck to you guys in the future. Special good
luck to Ouantise, Monica, 84 Stacey, oh yeah, I
can't forget all my freaky friends good luck to all
you freaks love ya. I love you Todd."
Todd Woodward "Thanks for the good times
folks. Especially J.J.J. for lots o'Iaughs. Don't worry
about tomorrow. just live your life day by day, for
tomorrow has enough to worry about. MATT.
Special thanks to Mr. A.. B.VW., S.C.. L.S, K.C. and
the "best boy". Look for me in the credits. TI-lAT'S
David Yamishita "Class of 87 rules forever!!
Thanks June and Patti for helping me in school
and dad and mom for understanding the prob-
lems I had. Good luck D.J. Davis and D.J. Park in
the future and take care. Well class of 87, ITS
NOW TIME TO PARTY HARTY!!!"
Sang Yi "Nopel nothing profound form confuses,
just thanks to my buddies, and my parents. I love
Eric Yuan "Thanks to Ms. Adams. Shalom! Mr.
Martino. To Mr. Hokom, Math is fun. Best of luck to
all my buddies. Bret, don't forget to feed your
car. Thanks MOM and DAD for supporting me
90-Invifofion To The Juniors
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wnai To Take nares on.
QLefij Jusi a punch of friends hanging
CBeIowQ Erica Mussoio is far rnore
concerned aboui ner nair Tnan ner Eng-
CBoiTorn Iefip Sorneining amusing
musi be happening To Marcus Rios'.
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Builer prepare To do Tneir infamous High
JUN ORS 1988
lnviiaiion To the Juniors-94
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Ma es 1: ass rent!
I feel Thof This yeor's officers did
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cldss. Even Though lvlonorch Doy
didn'T fdll inTo our hdnds, I feel The
efforT we puT inTo iT supplied d
gredT dedl of responsibiIiTy I'd like
To Thdnk mdny people who rndde
This yedr d successful one espe-
cidlly Jennifer Ho, who pldnned
ond orgdnized The Junior Prorn.
The only Thing IefT I hdve To soy is
ThdT I redlly enjoyed being presi-
denT of The Junior closs of 4988.
UnTil nexT yedr . . . . . .
Junior Cldss PresidenT
Being 4988's Vice Presidenr hos
TdughT rne life isn'T d bowl of Jello.
92 Junior Cldss Gfficers
Accepfing responsibiIiTy isn'T dn
opTion, iT's d reduiremenT.
Junior cldss Vice Pres.
This yedr vvds very prosperous
for our cldss. Specidl Thdnks To dll
Those who cooperdTed in rndking
This yeor o prosperous one Cyou dll
know who ore OTGD. I dm very for-
TunoTe To hdve been eIecTed To
serve my cldss, I helped To Iedd iT,
which hos given me experience ds
Junior Closs SecreTdry
This hos been d good yedr for
The Junior Cldss. We've received ci
loT of supporT from our cldss. We
rndde This d gredT yedr To remern
-AnThony Vdn Ddrnme
Junior Cldss Tredsurer
iT's been d greoT ond fun, fur
yedr for us. The officers becdrne
besT of friends. Of course, I be
come very sTressed ouT driving
people dround during lvlondrc
Ddy dnd dll ThoT, buf I've survived
I've enjoyed being GD officer iT':
helped me mdTure, if ThoT's possi-
ble! I rnusT Thdnk dll of The officer:
for rndking This yedr gredT!
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CLeflQ Gerling ready 'ro go 'ro her nexl class is Kellie Collins,
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The Preliminory ScholosTic ApTiTude
'esT is o sTep below The reol Thing-The
eol pdnic ond score To seniors ond
ome juniors. The SAT TesT could meon
fe or deoTh To mony, puT forTunoTely.
he PSAT TesT scores don'T dffecT The
Tondings for college enTronce, like The
LAT TesT does which is mosT cerToinly o
wig sigh of relief To juniors. The PSAT TesT
cores do in focT give you on ideo of
vhoT is on The dcTuol TesT. Some soy iT is
Everyone enTers The cofeTerio To
oke The PSAT TesT opprehensively ond
inprepoired. Once They hove bubbled
1 Their onswers ofTer pondering
hrough The somple TesT for o few hours
hey deporT from The cofeTerio Thinking
o Themselves how eosy iT wos ond
vondering if The reol Thing is much more
P AT Tesf
difficulT, or They leove owe sTruck oT
how unbelievedbley difficulT iT wos. A
few monThs loTer The sTudenTs ore re-
veoled Their scores. They look oT Their
scores willing To improve Them or im-
pressed wiTh The high score. No moTTer
whoT feeling The TesT gove you or whoT
your resulTs iT wos given jusT To give you
on ideo of how much preperoTion is
needed To prepore for The dcTuol TesT.
"The PSAT TesT menTolly ond physicolly
prepores us for The reol Thing."
"The PSAT is one of mony TesTs ThdT
help us predicT whoT we musT foce in
our fuTure perToining To our educo-
"l believe The PSAT is o college prep-
oroTion TesT ThdT will show The True opili-
Ties of The sTudenTs who ore Toking iT.
The sTudenTs will Then Toke The SAT ond
show colleges whoT They con do."
"The PSAT is d good woy for sTudenTs
To prepore for The SAT, which mony
colleges look oT subjecTively. IT gives
mony sTudenTs o chonce To exper-
ience Toking o college enfronce
"The PSAT gives us o chonce To exper-
lence whoT The SAT TesT-Toking is like.
AlThough The TesT scores do noT counT,
There ore cerToin meriTs dworded To
Those juniors who do excepTiondlly
well. ThoT's probobly one of The mony
incenTives why juniors Toke The PSAT
even if They didn'T hove To."
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ies is Jdson lvlorshol hord oT work.
QAbovej Looking in To his sTudles in
greoT depTh is Dovid lvlefford.
QLefTj Toking o quick look oT The co-
moro is Michele Monson, she reolly
only did iT To geT ouT of Typing for o
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qRighlj Charing over a few good
poinls aboul The game are Joanna Uhl
and a few of her friends,
QBelowj Wilh a puzzled look on his face
li jusi seems like Cullen Gordon will
QBoTlom Righlj ln a daze Alanda
Deyoung walks down The hall nnenlally
preparing for her nexl class.
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QFar LefTQ Feeding each oTher by The
mouTh full is Karen Finamore and Paul
Buller aT The Pizza conTesT.
CLefTQ Singing in uniTy To show Their spiriT
are Damon Hunn and Leigh Purry for
Qlielowy A proud Junior Class showing a
loT of spiriT and uniTy aT Monarch Day.
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am lar Faces from the class of ' '88 ' '
fupper lefty Russel Scott explains the
seore-cts of eating a lollipop.
fUpper Lefty Redoing her paper to
make it final is Christine Brantome.
QAbovej Helping out a friend is Amy Mi-
chel and Wendy Lara.
fAbove Righty Friends forever Are Elsa
Andrade and Lisa Cisneros.
fApove Far Righty Taking a pose is San-
dra Guerrero and Danelle Rodrigues.
:Righty In a daze frorn his test score is
Juniors- 4 Ol
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Are You Excited Abou
Your Junior Prom?
One of The mdny Things sTudenTs dreom dbouT when They enTer high school
Their Junior Prom, whoT will I weor? or who will be my dreom doTe'?, These quesfio
run Through The minds of mony of The juniors This yeor.
"l've been woiTing for my Junior Prom ever since I enfered high School. l've bee
Thinking oIoT dbouf iT since my sophomore yeor. Our Prom will be GREAT!"
"Yes, I'm very excifed obouT The Junior Prom, becouse dll my friends ore juniors si
know I'm going To hove fun."
"Yes, I om very exciied dbouT my Junior Prom. l've olreody mode big plons, l'r
going To look for o dress soon. My boyfriend ond I ore going To renT o limo one
hove o gredf Time ond porTy!"
i'Yes, I'm so excifed obouT my Junior Prom ThoT I'm wondering if iT will be how I
olwoys wished ond will my doTe be edrlier To geT me There so I con show off."
"l've been dreoming of my prom since I firsT Iedrned of Them when I wos IiTTle.
dreomy dress ond o perfecf ddTe . . . or is iT d perfecf dress ond d dreomy doTf
Anywoy, I om eIoTed!!"
"I om reoiiy excifed obouT The Junior Prom! I olwoys wonfed To go when my
broTher ond sisTer wenT, ond now ThoT I hove The chonce I'm going To moke IT
Qupper Lefij Shhhi Geoff Birchfield is
reading his book wiih much inTeresT.
CUpper Righij Hey gong make way for
The lunch crew.
Civiiddle Lefiy Taking a break our of Pho-
Tography class To gei a pioiure is Tracy
Marizehe and Shannon Ledford.
CAbovej Con'T waii To Turn The nexi
page is Lisa Cisneros.
QLefTj Checking our Thai gorgeous
hunk across The quad is Sharon Siaffen-
son and Stephanie Siguenza.
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Ipper Leflp Jeff Lee seems lo know how
i daze all The girls. CFar Bollom Leffy Vic-
rr Alverez seems sure of himself before
s big 'resl
ollom Leflp Wilh a sure sign of concen-
alion on his face il's Tim Phelps.
QFar Leflj Karen Renda is pracficing for
nicesl smile nexl year.
QBoffom Leflj Jusf clowning around is
friends Jake Barloni ana Mannie
QLefTj Wifh Baby raffle ancl all Tai Wolfe
shows her school spiril on Halloween.
QBoTlomj Tommy Chong poses like a
proffessional would have.
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406-InviToTion To Sophomores
Qfor IefTjLara Wenner iD Homecoming
puzo SOHHQ CODTGSY
QlefUSophomores show spirit OD Moh-
UowerIefUJoyanne Denogc hos o
heori To heori folk.
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Ihvifoiioh To Sophomores-'IO7
Officers Help Class m ro ve
"l Think The Sophomore Closs of
'89 reolly mode progress This yeor.
We showed considerdbly more
spirii, orgonizofion, ond uniTy This
yeor Thon ony oTher, ond, os for os
l'm concerned, we hoven'T even
sTorTed. '89 broke iTs lvlonorch Ddy
slump ond showed honesT enThusi-
osm in spirlT evenTs. Sophomore
pride wds obvious This yeor, ond
l'm sure we've seen our besT ones
. . . so for. NexT yedr promises To
be even beTTer Thon This one, ond
oT The rdTe we're going l won'T be
surprised if iT is."
"The Cldss of '89 hos come d
long wdy since we firsT orrived of
The goTes of MT, Eden over Two
yedrs ogo. Like mosT eighTh grdd-
ers, we were confused wiTh The
new school, new TrodiTions, new
people, ond our new lives. This re-
flecfed our performonces in ivlon-
orch Doy in our firsT Two yeors. BuT
"Tile gm cerrioirrig los
been bull, O6 swrpruses
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G2ighTj Leno Celddo, Gordon Olsen,
Roberr l.oGroce, ond Lord Wenner.
This yeoir, someThing hoppened.
,SOMETHING Tell in ploce. '89 is off
To o new beginning, Thonks To
mony people, '89 is beginning To
Toke off, ond once we geT going,
we'll be hord To sTop.
"Being hedvily involved in my
closs hos redlly helped me grow.
i've Throughly enjoyed working
wiTh dll The sTudenTs in my closs,
noThing will ever reploce The feel-
ing you gef working TogeTher wiTh
your clossmoTes. l'm gldd l be-
come redlly involved This yeor be-
couse This is The besT yeor ever for
us. iT's been wonderful To be o porT
of iT dll. Thonks everyone for mdk-
ing iT possible."
"lT's been o yeor of improve-
menT for The sophomore closs. NoT
coming in ldsT on lvlonorch Doy
proved ThdT our clciss hos spiriT. We
hdve one problem ThoT's keeping
us down, ond ThoT's our lock of uni
Ty. lf our cioss con become unifieo
we will be someThlng To be reck
oned wiTh. All ond dll iT's been c
good yeor for The Cldss of '89. TT'
been fun being Trecisurerf'
"This hos been ci greof yedr fo
us. VVe've leorned To deol wiTh re
sponsibiliTy ond in pldnning for ol.
closs ocTiviTies. ln The pdsT, we
hove been coreless, buT were
Iedrning ThoT we won'T olwoy
hove odvisors To help, so we holvs
To Tdke The responsibiliTy To moke
sure we gef Things done on sched
ule. l dm hoppy for The improve
menT, ond l know The nexf Two
yeors ohedd will be worihwhilel'
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Turhing Dreams into Reality
A car is someihing every sopho-
more wanis more Than anyihing
else. Life is hard Though, geiiing a
oarand aoiually driving isn'T The
easiesi Thing in The world To do.
Pirsi' of all, you have To know how
To drive, obviously. To do Thar, you
have To pass driver's Training, gei
permit and finally, your li-
Sure, ThaT's oil you have To
GOT Yeiysomeiimes ihere are cer-
Tain unavoidable oircurnsianoes
Thai You from doing all Those
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T in ikiy drivers education you can
only be abseni Three Times in The
Thiriy fivesohaol days you are in iT.
So, if you sleep lore one day, The
Cor breaks down anoiher day.
and when you absolurely oannoi
'niss anoiher day, you become
deathly ill, and you couldn'T go To
school if your life had depended
on iT, oh well! You'll jusi have To
Take iT nexT year, UGC-3HHHl
Drivers Training is a liiile easier To
gei Through since There are only
Two weeks of iT. All you have To
do, is sTay awake aT The simulaior,
and Try noi To run over anyThing
when you are driving. Preiry simple
righi? Well, ii Takes Tremendous
effori To siay awake during Those
incredibly boring simulaiors and
Those Trees and Telephone poles
'iusi come our of nowhere! The lasi
Two Things, The permii and The li-
cense, are really easy after you
have survived drivers educaiion
and drlver's Training.
Now Thai you can drive, you
have To find a car To drive. Well, if
you don'T have a job, your only
hope is Thai one of your relaiives is
mega-rich and likes you a loT. if
you don'T have any really rich relo-
Tives, your jusi going To have To
gei a job. Then you have To work,
for monihs and monihs ands
monihs before you have enough '
money To buy a cor Cused of
coursej. Afier you buy iT you have .
To gei car insurance or else you
can'T drive Thai' hard earned oar
ofyours, And iT isn'T jusi as couple
of hundred dollars eirherl So you s
slave away ai your job for ia cou- T
pie more rnonihs. You can finaliy
drive your car, maybe . . . You siiii
have To have money for gas, and
for Those unforeseen liTTle acci-
denis, oar Troubles Thai have To
be fixed by Those expensive me-
chanios who rip you off royaliy.
So sophomores, have fun wiih
your car, you earned iii!!
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This is The yedr The Sophomore cldss is
redlly puT To The TesT. Will we cuT iT dcd-
demicdlly? Only The fuTure con Tell ThdT
of course. For now, our worries ore
moinly focused on geTTing Those
homework dssignmenTs in on Time, ond
keeping The old grode poinT dveroge
For some, ThdT TrdnscripT hos To look
good for fuTure employers. OThers pldn
To go To college. For dll Sophomores,
This is The firsT yedr ThoT will dffecT our
fuTures. In oddiTion, closses ore more
difficulT ond Tedchers expecT much
more This yedr Thdn They did in The pdsT.
WhdT does This meon To The Sopho-
CAbovej Aoron Dixon sTudies hord for
his hisTory TesT.
CLefTj Ddvid does his homework in The
cofeTerid GS Tony looks on.
CRighTj Tdnyd Rice discusses her new
love life wiTh Sdndy Heigh.
more sTudenT? Well, iT mecins Those
ThdT hdve never lifTed d pencil in Their
lives dre going To see whdT iT's like To
New ldws, effecTive in 4987 require
Those sTudenTs involved in dThleTics ond
oTher exTro-cirriculcir dcTiviTies To mdin-
Tdin good grodes or be cuT from These
ocTiviTies. Keeping your grddes up dlso
hos o mojor dffecT on enTry inTo col-
lege ond jobs. Colleges ond businesses
wdnT highly moTivoTed people. They
judge you by whdT They see in your
TrdnscripT. So, now is The Time To buckle
down, dnd puT your nose To The grind-
sTone. WhdT you do now could medn
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8:45 4sT Period. ChemisTry wiTh
Mr. Buckner. Really nice guy, in-
TeresTing Too, buT a Tough class.
9:46 2nd Period. HisTory Mrs.
James. We have a TesT on
Rome Today. Mr. James Tells us
how easy iT is. I hope so.
40:26 3rd Period. English. Mr.
Marlino. Talk a!oouT exciTing.
AcTualIy iT's preTTy fun, consider-
ing iT's an English class. My pesT
class all day.
44:22 LUNCH!! BuT Today, I have
To do homework for Trigonom-
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42:07 LITh Period. Trig. I didn'T fin-
ish. Mr. Q is gonna be mad. Well
. . .... he'II undersTand.
4:08 5Th Period. P.E. Managed
To sprain a finger and TwisT Two
muscles playing paskeTloalI!
2:09 oTh Period. Foods and NuTri-
Tion wiTh Ms Kirk. I really like This
class, Today we are making
cookies. My parTner forgoT The
eggs and flour. There is some
glue and gIiTTer in The arT room.
3:05 Our cookies were a hiT. puT
now, iTs Time To go . . . HOME!
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graph," says Paul Butler.
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work," says Jose Irizcrry.
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Opposite page top leftj Junior Kathy
Senoya tells Sophomore Robert LaGrace
that he is okay in her book.
Opposite page top rightj Tina Hisola
vrites love letters to her sweetheart aur-
Opposite miaalej Serenna Cushere ana
Erica Baker work on yearbook every
:hance they get auring Ms. Victor's Ger-
lower lefty Freshman Donna Jarino walks
ke a lady, as sister Lisa Jarino and Janet
larbor pay close attention so that they
:an learn how.
Upper rightj Vicky Reeves ana Steve
untsford show everyone else the latest
Upper lefty Cyndi Evitt and James Enos
alk about their Geometry class.
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CBelowj Sophomore Michele Sims show
us The True meaning of pain during The CC
STuff, which wos held oT The beginning c
The school yeor. qBoTTom RighTQ Smile, Isi
dro Jiminez. QBoTTom LefTj "JusT how long
will This go on?" cries Sunny Fraius while
Taking members for JSA during club week
Opposiie Page QAbove LeTTQ Jeff Meale
smiles for The camera on PicTure Day
fBoTTom LeTT5 Jeannie Siromer conTem
ploTes wheTher she should eoT her IVI 84 M'
or her SkiTTles firsT. fBelow RighTj Sean Wil
son and Sunny Fraius wrap Lara Wen a
and Roberi LaGrace wiTh ToileT , ,
during SpiriT Week. Clvliddle LefTj
people reolly QeT inTo school spiriT os
Clark shows us.
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QOpposiTe Pagey RoberTo Torres
checks ouT The view. Cllpper LefTj Sung
Tae Kim ana Anh Nguyen make
skeTches for The fuTure in Ms. WiIcox's
arT class. Clipper RighTQ Ruben Oregon
wanders if The cookies are burning in
The oven. Qlower LefTj Class of 'IQOO
showing Their spiriT aT Monarch Day.
flower RighTj Joachim Mansalay
Takes a look aT our fine school on T.V..
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FRESHM N 1990
lnviTaTion To Freshmen-'l2'l
Officers Behind the Scenes
"The yedr in prospecTive in one
word? Rewdrding! Even Though
some Things didn'T end up Too suc-
cessful, The ouTcomes were dl-
wdys rewdrdlng dnd mode me
proud of whdT my cldss dccom-
plished. Ivlondrch Ddy wds GD ex-
dmple of This. I wdsn'T Too Thrilled
dpouT The resulTs, puT when I redl-
ized jusT how much we did dc-
complish IT IeT me know jusT how
imporTdnT our TogeTherness wds.
For The fuTure, l plon To hdve o IoT
of fun wiTh my cIdss."
l'AIThough my cldss received
fourTh pldce in lvlondrch Ddy This
yedr, I feel iT wds o Iedrning exper-
ience. Everyone helped ouT d llTTIe
insTedd of o few people doing ev-
eryThing. So fdr, our cdndy sole
hds been successful dnd we ore
pldnning on using The money we
rdised for OD end of The yedr cldss
Trip. We ore pledsed wiTh The
cldss spiriT dnd involvemenT. I feel
ThdT The Cldss of '90 hds d IoT of
poTenTidI dnd l'm proud To pe d
pdrT of iT. The nexT Three yedrs, I'm
sure, will prove To be gredT ones
for The Cldss of '9O.
'lShouId I lie dnd soy ThdT lvlon-
drch Ddy wds d gredT evenT for
our cldss? No, I don'T Think iT wds,
louT IT wds d good ledrning exper-
ience. ThdT wds The mosT impor-
TdnT Thing. The fdcT ThdT we
worked dnd dccomplished some-
Thing TogeTher wds redl impor-
l'This 4986- 4987 freshmen
school yedr wds dn okdy yedr. IT
wdsn'T gredT, jusT okdy, lvlondrch
Ddy, SpirlT Week, Leddershlp Cldss,
The Pizzd Sdle, dnd The Cdndy Sdle
were dll fun To be d pdrT of. To dll
my freshmdn friends, we'II be pdcl
nexT school yedr, puT ds sopho-
mores. Tdke core of yourselves
This summer, dnd l'll see you dll This
coming SepTemper. Good luck Tc
dll Those seniors."
"Prepdring for dnd Tdklng pdrT in
Ivlondrch Ddy wds once dgdin d
fun dnd gredT experience! IT wds d
IiTTIe disdppoinTing, puT I Think if our
spiriT dnd uniTy is kepT up, we will
hdve noThing To lose! I hope nexT
yedr we con do peTTer on lvlon-
drch Ddy, puT The mdin Thing To do
is keep our spiriT up, dnd hopefully
The yedr's will geT beTTer!"
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WiTh all The homework The
Teachers lay on us each day, iT's a
miracle we have any Time for ex-
Tra curricular acTiviTies.
Well, whaT do we do when The
daily TorTure is over aT MT. Eden . . .
. . . some Freshmen say They go
home and do Their boring home-
work. OThers head for The gym To
change for pracTice, wheTher iT
be fooTball, baskeTbalI, or volley-
ball. Now wiTh The new Tardy poli-
cy, a loT of Freshmen head sTraighT
To M-4 To serve Their long half hour
of deTenTion. For Those whom are
noT very acTive in school, They will
jusT go home and waTch T.V. or
grub on some food!!!
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iiil Sheila Gonsaives
G is . Madalane Gonzales
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4 Sfephen Head
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fp. F., .. -' Michael Herrera
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CODDosiTe pagej On Their way To
lunch are Danielle Eaglin and Errica
McKnight. CLefTj Freshman Mall Pitta
and sophomore Todd Saine show new
sTudenT Laura Kline The campus aT
lunch Time. CApoveQ Be careful noT To
make a Typing error, Maninder Dhillonl
Freshmen Co-Ho 425
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very hard in her mafh class. CBelowj
Cindy Rofhfuss, Trevor Fisher and Jen-
nifer Leinhard lisfen fo Their advisor dur-
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l or ' 2,4 Paul Meagher
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FIQESI-I If CIJSES!!!
You're siTTing There in cldss, hop-
ing, proying, ThoT your Teocher will
noT coll on you. Suddenly, l'Where
is your poper?" rings ouT dcross
The cldssroom. You look up. Yes,
The Teocher is looking sTrdighT of
you. Millions of excuses swim
Through your heod, ond findlly The
Teocher booms "Don'T Tell me
you've losT iT AGAIN!" You Tell The
Teocher "No, I hoven'T losT iT. I, uh,
Turned iT in yesferdoy, yeoh, I
Turned iT in eorly, yeoh, ThoT's iT.
Yeoh, I sure hope you didn'T lose
ThoT, 'couse There's no woy I'm
doing ThoT Term pdper dll over
ogoinf' You fold your drms ocross
your chesT ond geT inTo o sforing
deodlock wiTh your Teocher.
Excuses, excuses, excuses. You
know Them oil, ond your Teocher
hos heord Them oil. YeT some sTu-
denfs sTill insisT on conjuring up
Their Teocher. Here ore d few of
'IA Russidn spy ThoughT iT wds o
secreT CIA messoge ond sold if I
didn'T give iT To him, he'd blow my
kneecops, so I gove iT To him."
'll wds chopping veggies for din-
ner, ond I sliced my sisTer's orm
when she come in The room be-
couse she wds geTTing me mod. I
jusf losT conTroI ond I sliced her. The
blood squirfed dll over my dssign-
menT ond we hdd To Tdke her To
The hospifdl. I didn'T geT home unTil
ldTe so I didn'T hove Time To do iT dll
'lA cdnnibol wds going To edT
me, ond I jusf hoppened To hove
my homework wiTh me so I gove
him ThoT so he wouldn'T edT me. He
wds so confused Trying To reod iT, I
ron dwoy while I hdd The Time."
By Trevor Fisher
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CRigniD Howard Marizeiie lislens in Ms. VllrignT's main class.
QAboveQ Cindy Rolhfuss lisiens io wnom Valerie Spears and
Jamie Sanimyer lnink will win for Besl Cosiume in ine Hallow-
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Mauricio Tries To gel Nina BeIen's aiienlion, bui sne's loo busy T
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Tanya Smith signs up To see her counselor obouT o
Tasha Thyne enjoy The longer lunch Time To eoT
lunch ond check ouT The ouTe guys on The quod,
oloss chonge. QAbove le-TTD Cindy Silveirci oncl Ncr-
Freshmen ST-Zi 'l3'l
432 Invifcmfiom To Foculfy
Qifor LefTJ Mr. Rodriguez looks like he
heeds o nice hoT chocoioTe.
QLefTj Mr. Tcrioli ond Mrs.Griebrok
sTroII ocross The quoci QT IuhchTime.
QBelowQ Mr. Kessler woTches The vor-
siTy fooTboII game very ihTehTIy.
QBoTTom LefTj Is This The True Ms. Vic-
Tor GDC! Mr. Moore. OD Holloweeh?
QBOTTOFTT RighTQ A differehT side of The
sTuciious Mr. Wick.
IhviToTioh To FocuiTy 433
Do We Really Need Teachers?
Do we really need Teachers?
ATTerall, all They do is sTand over
us, punish us, give us "F's" on our
finals, Take over The role of our
parenTs and overall jusT Take The
fun ouT of being aT school. RighT'?
Wrong! If There were no Teachers
There would be no school.
Teachers help us in many ways.
They are The one's ThaT make us
more inTelligenT. They Try To help in
differenT ways when we are Trou-
JOHN DAVINI- Principal
CHARLES CAGLE- AssisTanT
bled. Each Teacher will Teach you
someThing, and each one will
leave a mark on you, wheTher iT
be good or bad.
'iThere are all differenT kinds of
Teachers and each is essenTial To
our growTh. IT is jusT a maTTer of
which one can help you," sTaTes
There will always be one Teach-
er ThaT you remember The mosT
CTopQ Mr. Davini and Coach Ron Bene-
vides are having a happy Time as They
waTch The fooTball game.
QBoTTomQ "Now IisTen here . . . "says Mr.
Phil Calling as he Tries To Teach his eng-
and label as your favoriTe. IT ma
have been your firsT grade Teach
er, your sophomore english Teach
er, or in The fuTure, a college pro
Please always remember an
never forgeT, if There were n
Teachers There would be n
school and no world. Everyon
would walk around quiTe clueless
FRED TAIOLI- ViCe Principcll
LYNDA GRIEBROK- AssisTanT
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Elaine Adarns- counselor
Debbie Polrnesil- counselor
Frank lvlaryrnee- counselor
Calhy Schwiers- counselor
Charlolle Ainslie- regisirar
Pai Albrighl- English
Phillip Anderson- social science
Ernesi Avellar- foreign language
Don Baken- work experience
Ed Baker- auio shop mechanics
John Barlevian- science
Lee Becker- maih
Leorah Benaderel- special educa-
Ron Benevides- rnalh, PE, fine aris
Jacklinn Bennell- English
Susan Black- rnodern dance
Arlene Blandeno- aide
Marjorie Bond- business educalion
Barbara Borel- cafeleria
Glen Buckner- science
Evelyn Buderus- supply clerk
George Chilcoil- fine aris
Belly Clark- principal's secrelary
Phillip Colling- English
lVlillon Deviil- English
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mst im vous.
CFar Lefly- ZOOM! Whai did Those senior pic-
nicers slip onlo your barbeaued ribs Coach
CAboveQ- Looks like Mr. Queheillall would
ralher be fishing Than working on Tangenls,
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Carolyn Drybrae- English
Bernaaine Fazio- foreign language
BeTTy Fisher- cafeTeria
Nancy Foley- maTh,
Jack Freclerick- PE
Don FreyrnouTh- special eaucafion
Barry Gilberf- social science
Marilyn Gise- science
lvlary Fioefling- cafeTeria
PeTe Hokorn- rnaTh
Joan Hoskins- social science
GarTh Jaehnig- rnaTh
Jackie James- social science
Ron Jorgenson- science, fine arTs
Mary Jones- cafeTeria
CAoovey Mr. Winterholler is auiTe Thor-
ough when Teaching his classes.
CAbove RighTQ Ana jusT whaf is so funny
on This fine evening aT The foofoall
game Ms. Cathy Schwiers ana Ms. Su-
Ql?ighTQ Ms. Stone is hara aT work in The
aTTenaance office making sure you are
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"I Have This Prcblem . . . "
Ms. Susan Viclor is in her sec-
ond year Teaching aT ME. She is
auife pleased wiTh her Teaching
posifion here. Ms. Viclor loves
Teaching "and aT ME especially."
She Taughf in San Francisco for
Two years and she feels much
more conTenT here. She enjoys The
sTudenTs because They are ouT-
spoken and moTivaTed. She feels
"very comforTable" here since
she affended a high school similar
LasT year, Ms. Viclor Taughf
Two german classes and Two
spanish classes. This year, howev-
er, she TaughT one course in each
of Them. She was really excifed To
learn ThaT she would also be
Teaching Three psychology
She sTaTes ThaT The subjecfs in
her psychology classes are inTer-
esfing and currenT. She is abso-
luTely Thrilled ThaT she in facT had
fhree psychology courses. "I
would have been happy wiTh
one" she auipped. She wanTed
The sTudenTs ThroughouT The year
To gain an undersfanding of Them-
selves. She believes ThaT is The
mosT imporTanT lesson. Moreover,
she says ThaT, "This knowledge
can be used To undersfand and
In addiTion To her busy schedule,
Ms. Victor was also The club advi-
sor for The Peer Resource Club and
S.A.D.D. CSTudenTs Againsf Driving
DrunkD She spenT one year prior To
coming To ME developing a peer
counseling program aT a high
school in San Francisco. "l found iT
rewarding To Teach sTudenTs how
To help Themselves and Their
Ms. Viclor is a vegeTarian and
eaTs a loT of Tofu. She lives in
Berkeley and Tries To live like a hip-
pie. ParT of her german skills were
acauired from her parenfs who
were survivors of Nazi Germany.
STuarT Kessler- maTh
Suzanne Kindle- English
Debbie Kirk- homemaking
Gary Leonard- maTh
Agnes Llorens- aide
,-' X tl James Lucas- science
. .wx 3 fi if 1' Rufh MalfaTTi- assisTanT principal's
Barry Manning- English
X gf VicTor MarTino- English I
NX . Evelyn Medelros- cafeTeria
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Pril Mills- special educafion
T Peggy Miloslavich- business
Lucerne Moreland- fine arTs
Dorofhy Mullen- PE
fLefTj- Mr. Rodriguez, Mrs. Polmesil,
and Ms. Cathy Schwiers seemed To
enjoy Themselves aT The Senior pic-
Barbara Nielson- Librarian i'ii1: 1
Nola Phagan- library A 'ff if
Gary PoTTer- science Qrfiiirre s if T
AniTa Quarry- cafeTeria
Ted QueheillalT- maTh
Barbara RanelleTTi- homemaking
Grace Reliford- cafeTeria
Marvin Rodriguez- science
Judy SanTariano- sTudenT sTore
Jo ScoTT- insTrucTional aid
Anne Scurr- English
Florence Soldahl- career cenTer
Susan Solsby- social science
Janice STone- aTTendance office
Mary Suziki- aTTendance office
Myron Swezey- PE
Karen Taylor- special educaTion
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RoberT Van Wagner- English
Susan VicTor- foreign language, A
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Ms. Lynda Griebrok has seven-
Teen years of Teaching under her
belT, buT, she felT iT wasn'T enough.
She felT she had a loT To offer. So,
she wenT To nighT school acauired
a masTers degree, complefed The
C-BEST TesT and was on her way.
She really enjoys being in admin-
isTraTion. She likes working aT ME.
She is happy wiTh The sTaff and The
sTudenTs because They have a
knowledge, caring, and are jusT
iiTerrificl" A place wiTh Those kinds
of people is The "besT place To
Ms. Griebrok has been a
cheerleader for many years and
was an original RaidereTTe for The
now Los Angeles Raiders. Now,
she devoTes her summers To The
CADA Cheerleading Camps. Long
ago she voiced an opinion ThaT
cheerleading camps should Teach
The sauads how To lead The
crowd. She was Then offered a iob
To help carry ouT her "opinion"
Now, she's in her ninTh year,
working for CADA. This year she
was a "dorm-mom". She made
sure all The girls were comforTable
and noT home sick.
Ms. Griebrok is a very fashion-
able lady and seTs her own Trends
She wears The looks ThaT are righT
for her figure. She has her colorf
done every year.
She loves Renoir. She plays dupli-
caTe bridge. She haTes liver ana
her favoriTe foods are hoT dogs
Tuna fish, and chips. She considerf
big pickles dipped in musTard To be
The ulTimaTe in gourmeT cuisine.
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QAbove Lefip- Mr. Van Wagner osks Jeremy
Miller why he never cioes his homework.
fAoove righij- Mr. Rodriguez Toiking on The
QLefTj- Mr. Anderson cioesn'i seem To be
oble To fii oil of his fooci inio his mouih.
CAoove5- Mrs. Potmesil recops The highlighis
of her life wiih Ms. Cathy Schwiers.
ivieriiyn Weiss- speciol eciucoiion
Shoron Wilcox- fine oris
Norm Winierhoiier- sociol science
Joonne Wrighi- hornemoking, rnoih
Alien Yonoeil- business eciucoiion,
Foculiy- 'i 39
Clopp Wendy Lara, Jennfer Ho, Leslie CAbOveD EVUOYWWQ iiie SUN GTDiSr1evIOhOI
Tyler, and Laurie Machado awaiT The OD The COHSQG Ciblb iViD Ole Debbie
BART Train To Take Them To Fall STaTe. Davis, Kevin Chew, FernClI'Id0 BCISG, Ni-
cole Clark, and Jocelyn Siapno.
'TAO-IhviTaTioh To OrQanizaTiohs
CCenTer5 Taking a resT and waiTing for
an elevaTor aT The HilTon are Michele
Sims, Laurie Machado, Leslie Tyler,
and Rishi Shukla.
CLefTy Pam Sarofeen, Lori Lamanlia,
Shannon Griffin, and Carolyn Williams
Take Time To pose wiTh The ever famous
CBelowj Delivering holiday cheer for The
College Club are Cindy "Santa" Fogef
and her liTTle elf Amy Michel.
V ' DDGANIZATIDNS
lnviTaTion To OrganizaTions-'llll
BUD Has es ear Ye
New officers ond ci new cidvisor
To booT, The 4986-4987 Boord of
DirecTors hoped for d TonTciIizing
yeor for ivIT. Eden sTudenTs. BuT iT
wdsn'T ds eosy cis iT sounded, cis
new BOD members sow how diffi-
cuIT iT recilly is To keep Things run-
'iVVhen you Think dbouT being
STudenT Body PresidenT or Vice-
PresidenT, you firsT Think of The oT-
TenTion you geT. BuT dfTer You're
eIecTed, iT's noT os sensdTionoI os
you firsT ThoughT," commenTed
BOD PresidenT Alice Chung. "IT
wds hord Iedrning dll The ins ond
ouTs of possing Things Through od-
minisTroTion, plonning donces ond
dll The findnces. If iT looks like on
edsy job, Then iT's dppedrdnce is
duiTe deceiving, for iT's no picnic!"
BOD spenT much hord work ond
long hours prepdring ideds for dc-
TiviTies for school. VVhciT They
wonTed wos To emuldfe o feeling
of wdrmTh ond uniTy dmong The
sTudenT body. To sTdrT off wiTh,
BOD sponsored ci 'Cor STuff" in
which They crdmmed over TwenTy
"ITS Dwi 0 Qeurufiivicg ex-
peiiiemue. . . ovie IW Inw-
eri borirgei . . . "
BOD Cldss PresidenTs:
QCIockwise from Topy Senior Clossz Cin-
dy FogeT, Sophomore Cldssi Gordon
Olson, Freshmen Cldssz Ivioybellene
SupneT, ond Junior Cidssz Eddie Lozono.
442-Boord of DirecTors
sTudenTs inTo d I-Iondo Civic. Then
come The firsT donce of The school
i'JusT o Donce" sTdrTed Things
off on o grdnd noTe. IT received
The IdrgesT crowd ond profiTs from
o BOD donce ever. STudenTs
popped cill nighT To The sounds of
everyThing from modern music To
The beoT. lvlusicdl selecTions To suiT
every need piedsed The crowd.
Ivionorch Ddy 4986 wos The
smooThesT running ever, Thdnks To
The gredT efforTs puT in by oil BOD
members plus closs officers. Every-
Thing wds well-orgdnized for once
ond ron on o loose schedule. IT
proved To be The mosT enjoycible
Ivlonorch Doy for dll, especidlly for
Senior Closs PresidenT Cindy Fo-
gel, whose closs sndred d firsT
IvIisIeToe come in sedson, ond
ds iT did, iT come Time for The Win-
Ter Boll. No longer o cdsuol dffciir,
BOD upheld d semi-formdl dress
code for dll sTudenTs. 'lJingIe Bell
Rock" wcis d greoT success ds sTu-
denTs opprecioTed The ccindIeIiT
Tdbles ond o ChrisTmds dTmo
sphere. "The WinTer Boll wcis mos'
deTiniTeIy one of our high spoTs. I'
wos The mosT orgonized donce
yeT, everyThing wcis reddy ond ir
perfecT order before The dcince
even begon. All The commenT:
we received on The ddnce were
generolly posiTive. And if The sTu-
denT body's hdppy, Then we're
hoppy," exploined BOD Vice-
PresidenT Ldurie lvldchodo.
A long-overdue poinT job on The
STudenT GovernmenT Office wos
nexT on The ogendo. BOD decid-
ed ThcrT would be The righT wdy Tc
end Their busy yedr. WiTh closses
plonning Their proms ond boils onc
fundroisers, BOD seTTled for ci few
rdllies To be puT on, buT noThing
mdjor ThdT would go down in hisTo-
ry. They wrdpped iT dll up in June
for everyone wiTh The Goodbye
ddnce. A busy yecrr over so soon.
YeT The reTurning members cdr
only Think "Three more monThs . . .
By Ldurie Ivlcichodo
Apooinlecl BOD Officers:
Acliyiiies Commissioner Courlney Oroy
oncl Rolly Commissioner Jennifer I-lo.
"Ii Qosvfl nlwolis bw
will but its olwogs been
woluifi rl . . . "
4986-'IQ87 BOD Officers:
Cl3ock Rowp Secreiory Ann Celooo, Ao-
visor Noncy Foley, Treosurer Mike Hon-
kins ond Puolicily Direclor Lindo Mc-
Donold. CFron'r Rowj Vice-Presioenl
Lourie lvlocnodo oncl Presiolenl Alice
Booro of Direclors-4413
FSU- mpro ves This Year
Don'T make The misTake of mix-
ing up The clubs like Asians UniTed
and Filipino STudenT Union because
The Two are auiie differenf. FSU us
auife a hoT club This year as They
seem To rake up acTiviTy afTer ac-
TiviTy making Them one of The bu-
siesT clubs on campus.
A loT of The club's success lies in
Their acfive membership, and
dedicaTed officers and fun pro-
jecTs designed To bring The club
closer TogeTher. The members
Tend To Think of Themselves noT as
jusT club members buT as a close-
kniT family. This year, They've
"adopTed" a new member To
Their family in The role of moTher.
Ms. Jackie Bennett joined The FSU
helped The club bring To realiTy
many of Their excifing dreams.
FSU has had plenTy of fund rais-
ers This year, and The money will be
puT To good use as They prepare
scholarships for some worThy sen-
ior members. They hope The mon-
ey will help Their members see how
really precious They are and how
much The club has helped Them in
Their high school years.
"The FSU here aT lvlT. Eden helps
mainly To fosTer pride in The culTure
of iTs members. Through us, They
can Take pride in who They are
and They can explore Their back-
ground and herifage wiTh us. lT's a
real good club for sTudenTs who
wanT To learn how To appreciafe
one can join This club, There's n
clause ThaT says you have To b
Filipino. We'd like To geT suppo
from all groups aT school," con
menTed FSU Co-Presidenf Lyzell
Cruz, "The club This year has reali
improved iTs sTaTus here on can
pus and l'm proud To say iTs be
cause of iTs wonderful members.
All involved in This worThwhil
club have a loT To be proud o
especially iTs officers. Co-Pres
denTs Lyzelle Cruz and Qenili
Villegas and SecreTaryfTreasure
Marilou Paulos have helped FS
gain The sjccess iT deserves.
9 ' JN J By lvlay Almario
family as advisor This year and has
Their eThnic backgyund
The Frllpino Student Union
'lllll-Filipino STudenT Union
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A.lJ. eads Eveniful Year
Eighf years and sTill running
Trong, Asians UniTed sTill Takes an
npressive picfure wiTh all Their
One of The few acfive clubs on
:ampus, AU has over The years
ielped many new immigranT sTu-
lenTs and new Asian sTudenTs in
he school feel comforfable and
T in. Now, The club Tries To deal
viTh ThaT, buT also The Task of
earning abouT The differenf Asian
:ulfures and meefing oTher Asians
IniTed members from oTher
On The Top of Their agenda for
This busy year was Their infamous
Feasf from The EasT, one of Their
mosT popular and profiTabie fun-
draisers. They also had a forTune
cookie sale and planned on hav-
ing a candy sale.
Presidenf Bob Nguyen also
hopes To plan a social wiTh his oTh-
er officers, Vice-PresidenT Brian
Nguyen, SecreTary Janet Dere
and Treasurer Sang Yi, which will
bring Togefher sTudenTs from ofher
AUS all over The Bay Area.
Advisor Pele Hokom has been
wiTh The club since Their beginning
eighT years ago. 'lin The pasT eighT
years," he says, HAsians UniTed
has served lVlT. Eden sTudenTs in a
varieTy of ways. AT firsT, The club
was very imporTanT for immigranT
sTudenTs who knew no one here.
Lafely, emphasis of The club has
been on fund raising and social
acTiviTies. ln The fuTure, I hope To
see The club emphasize on The
original purpose and concenTraTe
on The various Asian culfures ThaT
compose The heriTage of many of
The families of our members."
By Laurie Machado
Asians UniTed- 4415
QOpbosiTe Pagej The gang gaThers for
one lasT group shoT before They leave.
Hop lefTQ Lori Lamantia enjoys herself
aT Disneyland on The college Trib.
flop riQhTj GaThering before dinner, Bri-
an Takenaka, Marilou Paulos, Naomi
Clark and Jocelyn Siapno decide
where To go.
QAbovej Goofy loves Those college-
bound girls as he cuddles wiTh Lori La-
Ql'QighTj Sanjay Sabnani finds his True
likeness aT Disneyland!
Sollege Club Aciiviiies Bring New
Srowing five Times greaTer Than
he previos year, College Club has
enjoyed much success This year.
'hough They didn'T hold regular
neefings every week, They have
nanaged To remain very busy
viTh sTudenT life.
'o sTarT off a membership drive,
he club sold Rose Grams, which
ieTTed Them a nice profiT, noT To
nenTion many new members. The
uccess of The firsT gram sale
nrompTed anoTher sale, wiTh jusT
ms good a resulT. The club will wrap
ip Their fund raising wiTh anofher
lower sale during Valenfines Day.
T December, The club hosTed a
PoT Luck Alumni dinner, which al-
lowed club members To see and
hear Alumni Talk abouT The col-
leges They are aTTending. IT was a
greaT chance for new members
To geT To hear firsT-hand abouT
BuT The biggesT of all Things ThaT
College Club has puT on was The
Soufhern California College Tour.
Many IVIT. Eden sTudenTs aTTended
This Tour of fifTeen colleges in
SouThern California. While down
There, They dropped by many col-
leges and Talked wiTh aTTending
IVIT. Eden alumni. AfTer The Trip was
over, many of The sTudenTs decid-
ed whaT colleges They wanTed To
apply To. lvluch of The club's suc-
cess has To be accrediTed To The
hard work of iTs officers: Saniay
Sabnani, Greg Vecilio, and Jen-
nifer Ho. l'lT's been a real pleasure
working wiTh The club This year. All
our fundraisers have been Terrific,
our alumni dinner wenT greaT, and
mosT of all, The college club Tour
was a blasT. iTs definiTly been a
good year for all clubs, especially
This one. I only hope ThaT nexT year
College Club will do jusT as well."
commenfed Presidenf Sanjay
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C. C. Wreaks Havoc Down South!
Uopj Ancl They're off! Anofher ride on
The lvlalferhorn for Tracy Wagner, Lara
Wenner, David Myers, Sunny Frafus,
Carolyn Williams, Lori Lamanlia, and
Shannan Griffin. QAboveQ The lafesi in
The 3-D look is Sunny Frafus and Shan-
QRighip The College Club sfucls show off
Their lalesf L.A. gear. Tracy Murphy,
Roberl Lozano, David Myers, and Brian
mi, .... in , ,
QLeflQ Jusf anofher greaf day in soufh-
ern California, perfecf for college four-
ing as Carolyn Williams, Sunny Fralus
and Lori Lamanlia relax by The foun-
,gfg,5g, The College Club. Fronf Row: Jonafhon
5 Monfilla, Danny Pan, Fred Fox, Roberf
f LaC-race, Mike l-lankins, Eddie Lozano,
Nasir Pasha, David Macachor, Delnls
Miranda, Cam Khaleeli, Gilda Malogan,
Brian Takenaka, Roberf Lozano, and
Back Row: Shawn Sfory, Teresa Fisher,
Amy Michel, Young Kim, Jocelyn
Siapno, Lourdes Verzosa, Dean
DeAnda, Jennifer Sarofeen, May Al-
mario, Eric Yuan, Edna Dere, Linda
Chang, Caesar Cavazos, Rozanda
Lee, Alice Chung, Paul Buller, Yuka Ara-
kaki, Sanjay Sabnani, Fernando Basa,
Jennifer l-lo, Greg Vicilio, Ann Celada,
Chris Husfon, Connie Sichon, Karen Pip-
kin, Brad Brown, Sfefanle Culberfson,
Mary June Manglicmof, Janef Dere,
John Kim, Cindy Fogef, and Chrissie
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Skl lub Springs nee Again
re ' i fTh f'TT T rn
plarivofcfhce skiiiubiiriiginci iv Q5
again formed masses in hopes of ' ' T
hiTTing The slopes.
And once again, as has hap-
pened in previous years, The
weafher hasn'T played up To Their
parT. Headed by PresidenT James
Enos, The Ski Club sTarTed The year
off well. They held a mosT profiT-
able Gummi Bear sale in which The
profiTs neTTed were To go To plan-
ning Their ski Trip. BuT The Trip had
been forced onTo a book burner
while The sTudenTs hoped for
Ski Club, once again, is booked
by lvls. Lucerne Moreland, who
hopes iT will become an on-going
Club QBack Rowy Vanessa Lim, Ericka Gar- Tracy lvlurphy.
side, John Capucion, James Enos, Dar- QFronT Rowj Gilda lvlalogan, Mark Blum
lene DeAnda, Lawanna Johnson, Bob Jeremy lvliller, and Rueben Oregon.
Nguyen, Advisor Lucerne Moreland,
Writers Rake lip More Members
lT's always been a small and inTi-
mafe club, buT even This year The
Creafive Wrifing Club has exper-
ienced some growfh. LasT year,
The club boasfed a meager mem-
bership of five, and since Then iT's
been doubled and upped To elev-
en dedicafed members. The goal
of The Creafive VVriTing Club is To
help Teach sfudenfs how To wriTe
well and geT Their feelings ouT
Through words in sfories and po-
ems. The wrifing efforfs of all The
members is showed off in a book
They hope To publish aT The end of
The year which will confain mem-
Creafive Wriiing Club officers
were Presidenf Amy Michel,
Vice-Presidenf Felicia Ramos,
Secrefary AI LeMaster, and Trea-
surer Don Francis.
By Laurie Machado
Advisor lvlerilyn Weiss, Vince Oaker, Joy Ann Denoga, and Fred Fox.
Don Francis, Max Wheeler, Amy lvlichel,
450-Ski ClubfCreaTive VVriTing
Berman lub Surfaces on ampus
Advisor Susan Vicfor, Chrissie Lee, Jen- Werner Lowensprung, Vanessa Teix-
nifer Sarofeen, Joanna Lubas, Charlie eira, Sung Tae Kim, lviike Hankins, Cindy
Burns, Chris Husfon, Janef Viviani, EviTT, John Lemanski.
A new club sprang up amidsf
The mass of old ones This year, and
iT comes under The name of The
Though small in size, The club
hopes To aTTracT many new mem-
bers Through The German classes
here aT MT. Eden. IT was formed by
advisor Susan Victor and is head-
ed by officers Charlie Burns and
Janei Viviani. Being so new and
so small, Though, The club hasn'T
really had a chance To plan any
As iT ages, The club will progress
To The sfage where The oTher clubs
are aT. BuT for The Time being, The
German Club is doing jusT fine as iT
aleulaiing Some New Feats
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Bharaf PaTel, Alice Chung, Yuka Ara- zanda Lee, Cam Khaleeli, Brian Taken-
kaki, C-ildo lvialogan, Linda Chang, Ad- aka, Delnis Miranda, Jonafhon lvlonfilla,
visor Garfh Jaehnig, Don Francis, Ro- Sandeep Pafel, and Eric Yuan.
lVlaThleTes is a club which boasTs
of a number of successes. IT man-
aged To increase iTs membership
from lasf year's Three, To nineTeen
sTudenTs This year. in November,
club members wenT To Sanfa
Clara, and parTicipaTed in The an-
nual SanTa Clara lvlafh ConTesT.
Members spenT Three hours Trying
To figure ouT seven problems.
Throughouf The year, The lVlaTh-
leTes encouraged The enjoymenf
of mafhemafics and To furfher The
sfudy of maThemaTics among The
sTudenTs of lvlounf Eden High
School. Mr. Garth Jaehnig, The
club advisor, showed his many
years of experience as The advisor
Through his guidance and encour-
agemenf To The members. lvlem-
bers worked closely wiTh one an-
oTher, and were auick To aid each
oTher as need aroused.
German Club f lVlaThIeTes- 454
e Sweet Sound of Success
Under The direcTion of d new
ddyisor, The Bond gdined d reyiTdl-
izing bredTh of fresh dir. Mr.
George Chilcoif, one of The
newesT Tedchers dT MT. Eden
broughT new life bdck inTo The
This wds The firsT yedr OD orgd-
nized pepbdnd wds broughT To d
few of The fooTboll gdmes, dnd
pldns dre under wciy To orgdnize
for d fuTure mdrching bdnd. Bcind
members dre gdining new insighT
inTo music GS Mr. Chilcoll gives
Them exciTing music To pldy.
There hos been noThing hedrd
buT rdyes dbouT This yedr's bond.
No longer is iT The cdsudl group of
sTudenTs iT used To be. Member-
ship is now down To serious musi-
cicins so They cdn hdye The
chdnce To pldy good music.
-By Lciurie Mdchddo
4987 Jdzz Combo. CLefT To RighTj Jesse
Cooper, Mr. George Chilcof, Gurin-
ddrpd Singh, Donny Didz, STephen
Hedd, Jdson Willidms, ond Vince Bdrr.
T987 Symphonic Bond. FronT Row: Te-
reso STdffonson, Cindy Silvero, Ericd
Websfer, DeeDee Brewsfer, Michelle
Sousd, Julie Olson, Sfefdnie Culberfson,
Kciren Pipkin, dnd Tdshd Hughes. 2nd
Row: Mdrcus Sdlinds, Lourdes Verzosd,
l-leirberTo Torres, ElizdbeTh Moron,
Becky Gdrcici, Mciry Ceniceros, Teresd
Ddvenporf, Kdfhy Murphy, Angelo
Kirchner, Shdrlene Frdnke, Mdybellene
Supnef. 3rd Row: Chris Bdruse, MdTT
PrdTT, Michelle BurT, Ericd Boker, Anno
Moy, Anfhony Cdrdvdhlo, Jednie
Guiles, Afh Row: EllioTT CdrpenTer,
Jdmes Hdslim, Ddmon Hunn, Ddniel
Didz, Aromondo Gdrcid, Jcison Green-
burg, Guy Jokub, Bill Hdslim, John Coo-
per, Jennifer Ho, MdTT Jiminiez, Jennifer
Sdrofeen, Tricid Gifford, Serennci Cu-
shere, Rose Lucds, Michelle Gognen.
Bock l?ow:Joe Ayers, Pdul BuTler, Tyler
Cldrk, Hedfh Ramos, J.J. Mdncldy, Eron
Currier, Mr. ChilcoT.
452-Symphonic BondfJdzz Combo
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CSF Upens Educational ours
fronT Row: Don Francis, Mike l-lankins,
Iennifer l-lo, Alice Chung, Roberf La-
Srace, Brian Nguyen, Delnis Miranda,
Sildo Malogan, Mike Macachor, David
Aacachor. 2nd Row: Sanjay Sabnani,
Aay Almario, Mary June ManglicmoT,
Brace Ng, Sandra FiTch, LyzeTTe Cruz,
Marilou Paulos, YveTTe Cruz, and Mi-
chelle Nepomuceno. Back Row: Young
Kim, Connie Sichon, Jocelyn Siapno,
Edna Dere, Florence Ng, Yuka Arakaki,
Brian Takenaka, Eric Yuan, Rozanda
Lee, Sandeep Pafel, Thao Nguyen,
Abraham Wong, and Mr. ErnesT Avellar.
Membership has increased for
The California Scholarship Feder-
aTion This year, hopefully inTimaTing
ThaT The MT. Eden sTudenTs are be-
coming more inTeresTed in Their
grades, considering you musT be
an honor sTudenT To join. The Fed-
eraTion was founded here To pro-
moTe educafion and increase The
inTeresT in keeping up your good
grades while in high school. IT gives
you someThing To be proud abouT,
knowing ThaT you have made iT in.
lTs basic inTenTion aT MT. Eden is
To leT academically moTivaTed
sTudenTs know ThaT There is a
chance for Them To aTTain a schol-
arship on The grounds of Their
grades. This year's chapfer presi-
denT is Mike Macachor, who
hopes This year's membership will
bring abouT more inTeresT in bef-
Tering The chapfer.
P.R.C.-Small but Worthwhile
ronT Row: Trevor Fisher, John Le- COIGVTTOVL Michelle SNOUQTWVWGSSYI R0-
wanski, and Jeremy Miller. Back Row: QUGIBYQGGILOWCWWG Jomsoflfcmd MS'
ricka Garside, Lisa Amaral, Yolanda SUSOVW VICTOV-
This is The second year The Peer
Resource Club and S.A.D.D. have
been aT M.E. Club advior Susan
Victor says ThaT "sTudenTs ofTen
IisTen To each oTher more Than To
an adulT. Thus, iT's essenTiaI ThaT
They learn how To IisTen To each
oTher, how To respond wiTh under-
sfanding and how To seek help for
Themselves and Their friends."
Club Presidenf John Lemanski
also added ThaT l'iT noT only
means helping ofhers, buT iT also
means Trips To Los Angeles, Lake
Tahoe, and YosemiTe. IT meanT
gaining a new family and new
friends for life. MosT imporTanTly iT
helps you undersTand yourself and
oThers." The Vice-Presidenf of The
club is C'less Buckner, SecreTary
Yolanda Coleman, Treasurer Mi-
By Jenifer lzak
CSF f Peer Resource f SADD-453
eerleaders Have Great ear
The '86-'87 SpiriTleoders conTripuT-
ed much To The lvlonorch pride.
The pep sduod oTTended Their firsT
yedr oT CADA cheerledding
comp oT STonford UniversiTy. IT
proved To pe duiTe sucessful ds
Those cuTe, pouncy liTTle spiriT-
leoders wenT on To win mony
Shannon Griffin, Sheri Phillpis,
ond Michele Sims recieved some
ouTsTonding individudl dwords.
They dll were given The opporTuni-
Ty To perform in fronT of royolTy in
Englond ond lreldnd. Sheri Phillips
dlso wos choosen To cheer oT The
infdmous Alohd Bowl in Howoii. The
sduods olso were blessed wiTh Two
spiriT sTicks, which symbolize overdll
The pep sdudd wds under new di-
recTion, Mrs. Miloslavich, who
wonTed The sduods To concen-
TrdTe Their efforTs on crowd invole-
AT Their firsT compeTiTion, spon-
sored py ChdpoT Junior College,
The Junior VdrsiTy sdudd proughT
proudly home d second ploce Tro-
The nexT compeTiTion olso provec
sucessful os Cindy Fogef ond Mi
chele Sims performed Their liTTle
heorTs ouT To win d firsT pldce Troy
phy in The lvloscoT cdTegory.
The sdudds did excepTionolly we
on dll occounTs ond proved Thor
They were "doing iT for The
- lvlichele Sim:
l 1937 Junior arsiiy heerleader
1937 Varsity eerleaders
JV Cheerleaders. Sondra Walfer, Elena
Rodriguez, Sherry Koeiling, Janice
Youngrnan, Michelle Sockefi, and Erika
Varsily Cheerleaders. QBack Rowp Cin-
dy Fogei, Lori Schroer, Sheri Phillips, Sun-
ny Fralus, Shannon Griffin, and Ann Sef-
fens. Qlvliddle Rowy Alanda DeYounQ,
Michele Sims, and Brigeiie Lorenzi.
QFronf Rowj Sfefanie Culberfson.
Sunny Fralus, Shannon Griffin, and Bri-
gelfe Lorenzi compele af Omega Ral-
Varsiiy Cheerledders- 455
Lion's ale eaches Success
AfTer o yeor of ddopTing To be-
ing o club, ond Then on indepen-
denT sTudy progrdm CinsTeod of
using on dcTuol closs periodb, The
ME Lion's Tole is in iT's prime.
There ore nine members on The
sToff This yedr, ond Ms. Anne Scurr
is odvisor for her second yeor. ul
redlly enjoy iT, The sTdff reolly works
hord" she conTends. The sToff
publishes oT leosT Ten issues o yeor
due To business reduiremenTs. The
Lion's Tole is designed for sTudenTs
oT lvlE who ore inTeresTed in jour-
nolism ond The publicdTion of
newspdpers. The poper hos im-
proved gredTly over The pdsT Two
yeors, even Though The sTdff is
smdll. NIT hosn'T been eosy, buT iT's
been ci loT of fun. We work os o
Teom, ond ThoT is whoT keeps The
duoliTy up" commenTed senior
EdiTor-ln-Chief R. Marc Wcilley, Ill.
'll wos gidd To see ThoT we hod
new sTudenTs who wdnTed To be
involved wiTh The pdper" sTdTed
junior FedTures EdiTor Amarinder
Dhillon. lvlony of The sToff members
were newcomers. They were very
willing To leorn. 'TIT wds o loT of
work, buT olso o loT of Tun," re-
mdrked sophomore SporTs EdiTor
The mosT grueling Tdsk for The
sToff is "pdsTe-ups!" "lvlosT of uf
sTill don'T know how To do The
'posTe-ups' buT we ore dll ledrn-
ing," pronounced junior Opinion:
EdiTor Ray Nepomuceno. Usuolly
The Fridoy before eoch public
Tion, sToffers hdve been known
sToy unTil 5 ond 6 o'clock dfTel
chool, ldying ouT pdpers. UAH
ThoT work reolly poys off," so
Principol John Davini, "iT's d ore
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SA Proves to be the est!
Six musT be a lucky number, and
JSA proved ThaT as Their sixTh year
in The running proves The mosf suc-
cessful. Junior Sfafesmen of Amer-
ica has unauesfionably become
The mosf dominanT club on cam-
BuT is iT really a club? They seem
To do so much more Than a club.
JSA officers refer To Their group as
a "chopTer" a unified group of
sTudenTs who work wiTh each oTh-
er. And They musf be unified con-
sidering Their size This year.
JSA, can easily boasT a sfeady
membership of sixfy sTudenTs, and
They all managed To make iT Their
IT all sTarTed auickly for JSA, as a
heavy membership drive wenT
info acfion in SepTember. And The
response for membership was in-
credible, especially considering
lasT years membership was a
whopping Ten sTudenTs! They be-
came The fasTesT-growing club on
ln Ocfober, The JSA chapfer af-
Tended a one-day conference aT
Sfanford UniversiTy. IT was on
"ElecTions 86" and The 500 sTu-
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denTs from all over Norfhern Cali-
fornia held a mock elecTion for
Governor and STaTe SenaTor.
November was a monTh of ac-
Tion. The Fall STaTe Overnighf
came up auickly, and MT. Eden
JSA Took TwenTy-Two of iTs mem-
bers To The San Francisco HilTon for
a weekend of debafes, ThoughT
Talks, mock Trials, and of course,
ln December, JSA Tried The fun-
ny Tale characTer Goldilocks in a
mock Trial on The grounds of
breaking and enTering, Members
acTed ouT The parTs of judge, law-
yers, and wifnesses, AccusaTions
flew in The courfroom of every-
Thing from zoophilia To rape, and
Topics of buTTock prinfs and psy-
chology kepT coming up. The liTTle
blond girl ended up being hiT wiTh a
TwenTy year senTence.
Members also goT Togefher for
a ChrisTmas Pof Luck, and deco-
raTed a reTiremenT home for
Chrisfmas. lf was The besT monTh
by far for This acTive club.
4987 broughT a flurry of acTivi-
Ties as The chapTer prepared
Themselves for The infamous Three
f . -
day Spring STaTe Convenfion.
lT's been a fruifful year for The
JSA, The besf ever! The officers
were The besT ever, as They were
able To work Togefher auife well
This years cabineT was Presideni
Laurie Machado, Vice-Presidenl
Courtney Gray, Secrefary Wen-
dy Lara, Treasurer Leslie Tyler,
and Legislafive lnvolemenf office!
Rishi Shukla and Council of Ap
proval Michele Sims, Alex Me
dina and Jenifer Izak. The club'
advisor was Ms. Anne Scurr.
'TIT has mosT definifely been
good year for JSA, and iT's mad
our dreams come True. All w
wanTed was a 'good' year, bu
due To our excepfional members.
They have made iT GREAT! The
whole club has broughT The suc-
cess around and They should fee
proud of Themselves for This. We
have some incredible members.
and we're proud of everyone! JSA
you guys are The greaTesT, buT
you already know ThaT!" Com-
menfed Laurie Machado ano
QLeflj Walling lo head home on BART
are Angela Chang, Rishi Shukla,
Stephanie Siguenza, and Teresa
CBelowj AI LeMasler walls his Turn To
CBoTlomj Alex Medina al The Fall Slafe
CBollom Righlj Isidro Jimenez moder-
ales one of The debales.
Junior Slalesmen of America. Back
Row: Advisor Anne Scurr, May Almario,
Becky Garcia, Rachel Wenner, Jennifer
Sarofeen, Jennifer Ho, Leslie Tyler, San-
jay Sabnani, Jenifer lzak, Rishi Shukla,
Eron Currier, Laurie Machado, Al Le-
Masler, Courlney Gray, Michele Sims,
Cam Khaleeli, Lawanna Johnson, Yumi
Cha, Kim Jackson, Sangila Palel,
Slephanie Siguenza, Ann Celada, Alice
Chung, and Mary June Manglicmol.
Fronl Row: Aaron Dixon, Teresa Chew,
Alex Medina, Fernando Basa, David
Macachor, Fred Fox, Parry Yang, Mike
Hankins, Isidro Jiminez, Brian Takenaka.
Junior Slalesmen- 459
QLefTj Rishi Shukla geTs his poinT across
QBeIowj AT The STanford One-Day
Mary June Manglicmoi and Rache
Wenner relax as The day comes To C
In Search of hapier of the
Due To The facT ThaT The Junior
STaTesmen of America is a naTion-
wide clup, There are many awards
given ouT each year by The Junior
One of The awards, ChapTer of
The Year, is whaT IVIT. Eden's shooT-
ing aT. The award is given ouT aT
Spring STaTe To The chapTer who
has done The mosT and deserves
iT. And MT. Eden deserves iT.
Time will Tell, and in The mean-
Time, The JSA will prepare for
Chapier of The Year, and hopeful-
ly win iT.
Uxpovep Tosha Stamps iisTens inTenTl'
To one of The depaTes.
CRighTy Laurie Machado and Leslie
Tyler "do Iunch" aT The STanford One
JSA Officers. LIO Rishi Shukla, COA Mi-
chele Sims, Treasurer Leslie Tyler, COA
Jenifer Izak, Presideni Laurie Ma-
chado, Vice-Presiaeni Courlney Gray,
and COA Alex Medina. Secrelary
Wendy Lara nor piciureci. Ciiieiowj Mi-
chele Sims or The Fail Sraie Overnighi.
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QFar LefTj MT. Eden's Frosh-Soph Foof-
ball Team sTanas anxiously on The side-
lines awaiTing for The game To begin.
QBoTTom Far LefTj Showing us her full
swing is VarsiTy player Wendy McCor-
mick. Qlvliaalej PunTing on The fourTh
down, Todd Fisher shows The graceful
sTyle of his kick. CLefTQ Warming up for
The game is imporTanT, Keifh Hoffman
aemonsTraTes This imporTanT Task be-
fore pracTice. qBelowj Going for 2
poinTs in The Alumni baskeTball game is
Senior Paf Watson.
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Young dnd inexperience This is
vvhdT The lVlT. Eden VdrsiTy fooTpdll
Tedm locked This yedr. Finishing sixTh
in ledgue The vdrsiTy Tedm couldn'T
duife geT iT TogeTher.
The Tedm hdd d good sTdrT by su-
ceeding d vicTory over J.F.K. 311-'12,
BuT dfTer This vicTory The VdrsiTy Tedm
wenT on d losing sTredk. Losing Their
nexT six gdmes The vdrsiTy Tedm
couldn'T duiTe pull TogeTher.
WiTh d sfrong defense ond offense
dT The beginning of The sedson They
soon losT iT when injuries sTruck The
Tedm. The lvlonTerey Trip proved To
pe unsucessful puT The Trdveling vvds
fun. When sedson sTdrTed IVIT. Eden
hod hedrTpredking gdmes ogdinsf
SLZ ond Tennyson. The Tennyson
gdme vvenT inTo overTime ond They
pldyed d firsT score firsT vvin gdme.
Tennyson recieved The poll dnd They
scored from The Ten ydrd line. VicTo-
ry findlly come by The end of The
sedson. The lvlondrchs wenT on To
vvin SunseT ond CdsTro Vdlley giving
Them d hope ThdT They vveren'T in
Even Though The sedson did'nT Turn
ouT duiTe like They vvdnfed iT To pe,
The VdrsiTy Tedm never gdve up The
moTivdTion of vicTory ThroughouT
86' VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM CTopD
Chris Thompson, John Cdpucion, Bry-
dnT Nedl, Jim Richdrdson, Lewis
Dukes, Alon Nueld, Phil Dyer, Eron
Currier CfourTh rovvb Louis STdley,
Codch John Bdllonos, Codch Bill lvldr-
onis, Codch Lee Becker, Codch Don
Villid, Codch Bop Springer, Ken l-len-
derson CThird rovvb Troy Toylor, lvldr-
cus Rios, Guy Jokob, Derek lvldrchdn,
Sidney Wdlker, Sedn SmiTh, Will Schu-
mdnn, Todd Fisher, Csecond rovvl
Omdr Johnson, Berin Coucdud, Jeff
lVldcheTTi, Sedn ReinhdrT, Hugo
SchmidT, JusTin l-lerred, Ddrold Gon-
zdles, KeiTh STdnTon CpoTTomD Gdry
Pedrson, l-ledTh Rdmos, Deon
DeAndd, Ldrry Byrd, Russ ScoTT, Brion
Colld, Pdul Lyons, Kevin Amdrdl.
Cbelovvj Running for The firsT down is
pldyer Omar Johnson.
'86 SEASON RECORD
ME VS. OPPONEN'
0 Son Lorenzo
20 Cosiro Valley
0 Son Leandro
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pares for The handoff. fapovej Looking clown-field for on
open reoiever Todd Fisher prepares for a pass. Cobove righTj
i-iorci and Tough This is how MT. Eden's Defensive was ToughT
To hiT Their opponenfs. qiefTj Looking over like o foTher
Coach Becker sfuaies his Team during prooiice.
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'86 SEASON RECORD
ME vs. OPPONENT
0 San Leandro 2
0 Sunset 2
2 Hayward 0
2 Arroyo 1
2 Tennyson 1
1 Castro Valley 2
2 San Leandro 1
0 Sunset 2
2 SanLorenzo 0
0 Arroyo 2
2 Tennyson 0
0 Castro Valley 2
2 San Lorenzo 1
2 Hayward 1
TEA TAKES FOURTH
The varsity volleypall team had an
exciting and eventful season this
past year. They worked hard and
the dedication of the players paid
off in the form ofa fourth place posi-
tion in the HAAL championships.
The team worked very well to-
gether. Most of the girls' have
played together for many years and
the team had the togetherness that
any team would want. They were
like one big family. Not one single
player really dominated the team!
They all pulled together. If they lost
the team lost if they won the team
won, it was an individual year.
The team had all returning players
except for a few. Next year they
well have all new players. The gradu-
ating seniors that will oe leaving are:
Yuka Arakaki, Moniaue Borunda, Al-
ice Chung and Susan Jankowski.
Over all the girls' had a good sea-
son with their togetherness and their
closeness the team made it through
enjoying the season. A
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Chung, Tomoko Bando, Joanna Loza, Susan Jankowski, Moniaue Bor-
Coltharp, Coach Mark Aauilino, Julie unda, Mary Manglicmot
Walker, Sherry Halvorsen, Chauncey
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VViTh an empire puiIT up from lasT
year, iT's no wonder when a MT.
Eden sTudenT menTions loaskefpall
They geT exciTed. The Monarchs
played hard and Tough and cap-
Tured many vicTories over Their op-
For The second year in a row The
MT. Eden VarsiTy Baskefpall Team
wenT undefeaTed ThroughouT
league and capTured The HAAL TiTle.
The Monarchs losing only Two sTarT-
ers were able To find replacemenTs
and build a winning Team. Through
pre-season The Monarchs losT a few
games puT They recovered from The
defeaT and wenT on To play ThirTeen
games wiTh vicTories.
Pounding Hayward ouT of The
l-lAAL TiTie, The Monarchs played one
game aT a Time, wiTh a crowd called
The Rowdy Bunch Ca group of ener-
geTic MT. Eden sTudenTsD, The Team
was cheered on and coasTed
Through each game.
The Team wenT on winning The
HAAL playoffs buf Their Trip was cuT
shorT losing To DeAnza aT The Coli-
sium. VViTh all The paskeTpaII Team
has accomplished They will pe con-
sidered winners To MT. Eden High
H AL CHAMPION
VARSITY BOYS' BASKETBALL- fleff To righTy Kerry Walker, Darren Frazier, Allen Mar-
PaT WaTson, Donnelle Johnson, Dana Tinez, Bennie SmiTh, Jason Marshall, Derrick
Thompson, Chris Housfon, LamonT Halloway, John Scheid QKneelingj Coach
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Sneoking posi his opponeni is Donnelle Johnson.
Cfor boiiomy Recieving o poss onci going for Two is
Allen "ML Husiie-" Martinez.
Vorsiiy Boskeiboli- 469
STruggling hara The VarsiTy Girls'
BaskeTpall Team foughT for Their
place in The l-lAAL league.
VViTh a recora of 7-6 The girls' pas-
keTpall Team was aple To capTure
fourTh place in The l-lAAL sTanaings
ana proceea To The l-lAAL playoffs.
VViTh a hara aefense ancl offense The
Team was aple To work TogeTher
ancl work hara in Their games. No
game was easy for The Team They
foughT hara ancl Tough ana The
sTanaings prove iusT ThaT.
VViTh reTurning players like Erica
Paulson, Desiree Purry ana Gina
DuarTe The Team was alreaay on iTs
way To a HAAL spoT. New yarsiTy
players like JaneT Viayani ana Joan-
na ColTharp The Team haa exTra
sTrengTh ThaT helpecl Their defense
VViTh such a young Team The varsi-
Ty girls' paskeTpall shoula capTure
anoTher TiTle nexT year.
VARSITY GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM- QlefT To
righTQ Roxanne lvloran, Joanna ColTharp,
Coach Connie Sipianos, Erica Paulson, Ra-
'l7O-VarsiTy Girls' BaskeTpall
shawn Gilmer, JaneT Viyani, Tanya l-len-
clerson, Desiree Purry, KhaiersTa Clark,
86'-87' SEASON RECORD
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ME VS OPPONENT
2 AMERICAN 3
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'I SAN LEANDRO 3
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0 SAN LORENZO 2
BOYS SNAG SPOT
I HAAL PLAYOFFS
Many up and downs were on The
record of MT. Eden's VarsiTy Boys'
WiTh many reTurning players The
Team had The skill and experience To
go far puT wiTh a few problems They
losT iT in The HAAL playoff games.
Over all The Team placed Third in
league and Then losT Their playoff
game To Sunsef.
WiTh a sTrong line and leadership
of reTurning players Kevin Amaral
and BreT STover The Team was on a
roll. Many Ties came upon The Team
This year and many of The Ties cosT
Them in Their over all record. The
Team had one Team ThaT They
foughT hard and Tough againsT and
ThaT was San Leandro.
San Leandro seemed To give MT.
Eden Their pesT compeTiTion and
gave Them Their pesT challenge. San
Leandro was peaTen once ouT of
The Two games and The games
againsT S.L. gave The Boys' Soccer-
Team The challenge They desired.
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dme demonsTraTed by Kevin Amaral.
moTTom lefTQ The Team gaThers aT half
ne To discuss sTragedy for The nexT half.
afTj going for iT all is Mail Pratt. Cabovej
eparing To kick The ball is Sieve Hohl.
VARSITY BOYS SOCCER TEAM- Uopy
Omer Samimi, Hugo Schmidf, Essan Na-
jeeb, Sfeve Hohl, Coach Dave RoThling.
John Quaid. Kevin Amaral, Rodrigo Men-
doza, Jeff Wainwrighf, Qboffomj Roberf
SchmidT, Jorge Aguilar, HumberTo Zeval-
ios, Vu Lee, Mike Herrera. NhuT Nguyen.
MaTT PraTT, Kevin Hohl, BreT STover
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Naomi Clark, Charlene Kan, AniTa Lee, Joyanne Denga, Joann Mejia,
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Gary Leonard, Ckneelingb Wendy
CnoT picTuredD Mercedes CrisTopol,
Linda Tu, Diem Nguyen
QTopj During a maTch senior Thao Nguyen
demonsTraTes her sTrong backhand
Qabovey WiTh a powerful fronT swing Dien
Nguyen shows her deTerminaTion Througl
her face expression.
'86 SEASON RECORD
ME vs. OPPONENT
8 San Leandro 6
I 10 Sunset 4
11 San Lorenzo 3
9 Hayward 5
13 Arroyo '1
14 Tennyson 0
8 Castro Valley 6
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Donald geis prepared To reiurn The serve.
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is pari of The game and Charlene Kan pre-
pares for her serve.
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rive ond movemenT buT eoch hos The
rengTh ond obiliTy To be The besT.
The boys Tennis Teomg o group of
young men moTivoTed ond deTermined
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ceed on The Teom's success.
WiTh reTurning ployers like Mike lvloco-
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ond RoberT Lozono The Teom hos o good
chonce To pull off The HAAL Ieogue like
Eoch member of The Teom hos puT oloT
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procTices ond The Teom looks very well.
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Leonard, Frm-,cis Kim, 30mg Pgkl 30m Qkneelingj Gildo Mologon, Eddie Lozono,
Nguyen, Fernondo Boso, Mike Mocochor, Dovid IVTOCOCTTOVI Mike Phcn
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Varsity Wrestling for The 4986-4987
season was The pest at MT. Eden
High since 4976. The Monarchs went
7-4 individual meets, losing only to
Castro Valley. l-loweyer, the Mon-
archs came on strong in The league
tournarnent, placing nine wrestlers
and taking first.
The nine league players were: Jer-
emy Grimes and Juan Delacruz
who both Took seconds, Tom Burns
and Shawn Wilson who took third
and second respectively, Jason Ka-
mai who took fourth, Keith Stanton
who was forced to settle for a sec-
ond pecause of a knee injury, Paul
Lyons and Todd Fisher both league
champions, and Troy Taylor who
also Took a second.
Varsity standouts included Todd Fish-
er who, with a 28-2 record placed
5th in North Coast Section Keith
Stanton placed in Three tourna-
ments and finished with a 25-8 re-
cord. Juan Delacruz had a 23-7 re-
cord and placed at league cham-
pionship for the 2nd year. Paul Lyons
was undefeated until NCS action.
Varsity is losing four star wrestlers but
because of The depth in J.V., who
took first at league, the Monarchs
should be ready To dominate league
again next year.
WRESTLING TEAM- Ctopp Paul Lyons, Todd
Fisher, James Enos, Tony Bonetti, Coach
Paul Canada, Scott Canada, Russ Scott,
Troy Taylor, Allen Neura Cmiddlej Jason
Kamal, Len Morrison, Mike Casas, Shawn
Wilson, Keith Stanton, Earl Dyer, John
Cooper, Neal Bryant Qbottomj Sonny
Montez, Jeremy Grimes, Cliff Duenas, Tom
Burns, Juan Dela Cruz, Martin Teodosio,
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QFor Lefip Wiih deierrninoiion ond oonceniroiion
Jeremy Grimes Tries To pull down his opponeni.
Qlefip Fighiing for The 'riiie Keiih Stanton gives ii his
oil. Cfor ooovej Preparing To oreceed Todd Fisher
owoiis for The referees whisile. Cobovey Afier o
hard rnoich o vioiory is rewarded Coach Canada
gives Shawn Wilson o oongroiuloiions hug.
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fielcl. Qobovej Toni Wilder pulls smooTh moves orouncl he
opponenT. CrighTj WITTT deTerminoTion oncl The Doll Lara
Wenner sohuffles down field for The gool.
I JURIES AND
Injuries ond missing ployers wos The
Trouble ThoT The girls' soccer Tedm
ThroughouT The seoson iT wos
Tough for The girls' soccer Teorn To
geT eleven ployers on The field oT o
gorne due To The drnounT of injuries
ond illnesses. Somefirnes They hod To
subsTiTuTe The injured jusT To sTdrT The
ers did well due To The condiTions.
MT. Eden besf compeTeTor wos
The Arroyo Tedrn. The Teorns bofh
hod greoT defense ond offense ond
iT wos hord for The Teorns To score
buf MT. Eden goT The beTTer edge
ond They won The Dons 'l-O.
Their besf defesive ployers were
Lara Wenner, Shirley Benedict ond
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Kdy Crowe. All The girls did exTreme-
ly well. Hopefully less injuries will oc-
cure nexT yeor. Good Luck!!
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VARSITY GIRLS TEAM: Csfondingb Tif-
fony EsTrello, Cindy Pendflor, Lourie
BenedicT, Jennifer Miller, Shirley Bene-
dicT, Ann Gufierrez, Koy Crowe, The-
reso Churches, Cooch Roy Myer
Ckneelingj Sheiloh Merz, Lord Wen-
ner, Chorrnoine Riberio, Sherese
Richordson, Lindo Hinojoso, Leonne
Tullis, Cindy EviTT
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as Disappoinhng Season
They puT forTh greaT efforT buT
were unable To compleTe Their
goals. VViTh a 2-5 season The Cross
CounTry Team fell shorT of going To
The championship. They had The ex-
perience buT do To injuries and Team
Troubles The cross counTry Team
didn'T do as well as They would have
The Boys VarsiTy didn'T have a
greaT season buT Their efforTs and
spiriTs were kepT high. The Team was
faced wiTh new faces and They ran
well. Four of The guys placed in
league: Damon Hunn, Paul BuTler,
Robert LaGrace, and PeTe Vial-
pando. Paul BuTler was The only run-
ner To make iT To The NorTh CoasT
SecTion. He placed SixTh.
The Girls Team didn'T sTrive forTh
buT efforT was greaT. WiTh Joanne
Garcia leading The pack The girls
were able To pull off a 2-5 record.
She pulled The girls TogeTher and
Garcia placed in The league finals.
The 86 Cross CounTry didn'T su-
ceed in winning iT all buT wiTh The
years To come They will sTrive forTh.
'86 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM CTopQ
Will lVlaTThews, Ashi SheaTh, Shane Rogge
Damme, RoberT LaGrace, Damon l-lunn, Qabovej Placing oTh in NCS Paul BuTler
Daneil Diaz CboTTomQ Tanya SmiTh, Me- shows us The pace ThaT made IT all possl
Paul BuTler. Sid Jimenez, Mike I-lankins, lanie Casiro, Brenda Goodner, KaTrinka ble Qabovey Leading The girls is Joanne
PeTe Vialpando Cmiddlej AnThony Van Conway, Tina Hisola, Charmaine Riberia Garcia
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tion ore the key foctors in running, os
demonstrated by Mike Honkins. Qleftp
Leoding the pock is Pete Vialpondo
ond Robert LaGrclce. Qtopy Anthony
Von Domme shows us The procedure
of running up hill. Qobovey Running To-
worcis the finish line is Brenda Goodner.
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HoT! Smashing! DynamiTe! These
were The words ThaT described The
Junior VarsiTy Boys' BaskeTpall Team.
The Team going 'ld-O was The pesf
Taking The l-IAAL Championship
wiTh a breeze The JV BaskeTpall
Team was hoT. VViTh Their awesome
defense and offense The Team
dominaTe all The oTher HAAI. schools
ThaT They played. Tough and hard
The JV Team gave iT Their all in every
game. They kepT The moTivaTion and
ampiTion of winning lead Them To
each of Their vicTories. The vicTories
wenT along side by side wiTh The Var
siTy Teams. The Team kepT in mind
ThaT iT was MT. Eden ThaT has The pesT
Teams noT The oTher schools. Winning
was The main parT in Their season.
Players like Chad Johnson, Chris
Widner, Mike Davis, and Jim Morris
kepT This Team piping hoT!!! Con
graTulaTions poys on your undefeaT
ed and successful season.
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Mario Maranda, Chad Johnson, Paul Buf-
ler, Doug Drewek, Julius WhiTe, Jim Morris
Qkneelingj Sidney Walker, James Green,
Joe Vialpando, Dondrell Swanson, John
lwawaki, Chris Widner, Mike Davis.
JV Baskefball- 'l 85
TalehT and Their posiTive ouTlook goT
The JV baseball Team on and ihTo The sea-
soh. WiTh a good aTTiTude and a posiTive
ouTlook OD The game The players ooh be-
gih To sTrive forTh and aTTaih Their vioTory.
WiTh bad weaTher and lack of pracTioe
The JV Baseball Team had Trouble geTTihg
sTarTed buT They did geT in a couple of
pre-season games. The games were
played uhder harsh cohdiTiohs due To
weaTher bug They were able To shag a
vioTory. The Baseball Team has puT aloT of
hard work in and The Team look spiriTed
and ready To go.
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Lack of experience and skill were The
imporTahT facTors ThaT The JV Girls' Bas-
keTbaII rah ihTo.
The Team had The rhoTivaTion and The
spiriT To win buT The scoreboard hever
seemed To show iT. WiTh a record of 6-7
The Girls' BaskeTbaiI Team capTured fifTh
place. The Team hever gave up The hope
of winhihg ahd always carried Their heads
high and ready To Take oh Their hexT op-
pohehT. BuT They jusT had a iiTTIe Trouble
Trying To fulfiii These expecTaTiohs.
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Jhya Rice, Viviah NaThahiei, Dee AnToihe
JV Girls' Baskefball-'I87
JV SOCCER TEAM
VViTh The weoTher onci The Timing
The Junior VorisTy Soccer Teom hoo
ci very ciisoppoinTinQ seoson.
VViTh o record of only Two wins The
Teom dicin'T geT To be chompions.
The Teom never gove up ond fouQhT
To The horciesT wiTh every Qome buT
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The Teom locked The experience
onci ooiiiTy To ploy. WiTh o IiTTie more
work The Teom moy perform beTTer
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iVlorizeTTe, I-ieoTh Coffron, Vince Sommy Kwok, Chris STory
Borr, EvereTT VVoTson, STeve Wick-
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his ieornrnoie. Woiiing for o oleor shoi is John
Murrillo. Swinging oround his ooponeni is Sieve
Wickmcln. Throwing o kick oui book in is Sieve
Wickmcn. Thoi's The woy To use The heoci.
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BaskeTpall a winning sporT aT lVlT.
Eden and The FroshfSoph Boys
BaskeTpall Team made sure ThaT
They were righT up There on The lisT.
WiTh a season record of 43-l The
EroshfSoph Team was able To
capTure The l-lAAL championship
and become one of lVlT. Edens
Hard work and Tough pracTicing
goT The boys inTo shape and
ready To become champions. The
apiliTy of The new players was very
high and This lead Them To The vic-
Tourios season. The new players
were TaughT and Trained by The
pesT and The over all coaching
lVlT. Eden has always had a win-
ning paskeTpall group and were
glad To include The new players To
The lisT,' CongraTulaTions on your
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TEAM: CsTandingj Crissy Lee CsTaTD, Troy Barger, Sean McNamara,
Eron Dixon, Jason Green, DexTer Gordon Beresford, Jeff Lienhard,
l-lolloway, Darrick Chayis, Cornelius Randy PenningTon, Tony OrTega.
Walker, DeWayne Thompson,
CTopD WiTh a rebound
Green TighTs for The pall.
CBoTTomD Dexier Holloway bloc
The shoT from Hayward opponer
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Determination and motivation
were The main faciors of The JV Vol-
leyball Team. VViTh a record of 7-7
The Team didn'T have Too pad of a
Even Though The season didn'T Turn
out auiTe as They would have liked,
The Junior Varsity Team never gave
up. The Team always kepT Their spirits
high and played Their pest. Even
when lossing They would fight hard
until The end and practice Twice as
hard The next day in order To Turn
around The scoreboard.
Their pesT compeTiTors was San
Lorenzo. lVlT. Eden gave Them a run
for Their money. Going inTo a Third
game paTTle The Junior Varsity Team
pulled Together and with Teamwork
and determination They skidded
pasT San Leandro 'lo-'l41.
Despite Their wins and loses The JV
Volleyball Team learned To use Team
work and sportsmanship To succed in
T86 JV VOLLEYBALL CTopD Shirley
Benedict, l-larrice White, Trina Sand-
ers, Coach Brenda l-lunrick, Cpottomj
lVlary Reilly, Aunya Shipman, Nicole
Powell Cnot picTuredD Laurie Bene-
dicT, Jennifer lVliller, Sherreese Rich-
86' sEAsoN Recoizn
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San Leandro 0
Castro Valley 2
San Leandro 1
San Lorenzo 2
Castro Valley 2
San Lorenzo 0
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Qabave leflj Players Qalher arouhd wilh Coach Bolanoes To discuss The
game previously played. Qabavej Wilh speed ahd slick moverhehls
George Adams slides pasl his oppohehl. Crop righlj "l-lui ohe, Hui Two,
l-like!" Qrighij Mt. Eden's Frosh- Soph Ieam huhdles logelher To prepare
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fn againsf l-layward.
avey As The game goes on Howard Mari-
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VViTh mosfly nineTh graders, The
FroshfSoph foofpall Team had a slow
sTarT. They seemed To lack The ex-
perience ThaT would have given
Them a winning season.
VViTh a new coach and fresh new
players The Team had a new sTarT.
Pracficing hard and Tough was whaT
The young FroshfSoph players did.
They had The drive and The moTiva-
Tion To pe winners buf They jusT
lacked The experience To perform.
Alfhough The Team was The under-
dog's all season They always foughT
unTil The end and Then They'd Turn
around and Try iT again aT The nexT
Even Though The players were
new They've had This one year's ex-
perience. NexT year They will come
pack and surprise Their opponenTs.
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T86 FROSHXSOPH FOOTBALL TEAM Uopy
Coach Bolanoes, Jason Ladd, Paul Grier,
Maninder Dhillon, James Enos, HeaTh Ra-
mos, Frank, Taeu, Sy WaTTers, Michael
Clark, Coach Bill Morones QThird rowp
STeve Chung, Juan Ruiz, Troy Orosco, Felix
Miranda, Fernando SanTos, Dave Deines,
Brandon Flores, Marus Thompson, Jeff
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Mealer Qsecondj Eric Ferea, Eric Dela
Housse, Randy Penningfon, RoberT Eidson,
Geoffrey MarcheTTi, Vince Barr, Lenny
Morrison, Mike PeTTinichio, Jerrelle Lock-
harT CpoTTom5 Earl Reilly, Eric Birchfield,
Louis Neman, Sean Reinharf, HeaTh Cofrin,
Shawn Wilson, George Adams, Howard
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wihd up Dc1vid'Rodrigues fires The boil To The oppohehT. CrighTj Ar- '
Toro Heredio mokes good oohTocT wiTh The boil, Cfor obovej Ronnie -
Cruz worms up pioyihg coToh. QrighTj VVoTohihg ond woiTihg To sTeoI 4
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Baseball preoeeded To show us.
Taking Their firsT pre-season game wiTh
ease The Team demonsTraTed The arT of
Teamwork, TogeTherness and The Thrill of
vicTory. The Team works very well TogeTh-
er and many of The players are reTurning
and have played on The same Team for
many years. The Team possesses many
possibiliTies and jusT may Take iT if They can
pull iT all TogeTher.
The spiriT and The deTerminTion To win is
seen Through Their Coach Ron Benevides.
WiTh a winning baskeTpall Team he likes To
see a winning baseball Team. WiTh pre-
season on The way and league around
The corner The Team looks in good shape.
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hiT Ladg Monarchs
WiTh The rdln pouring down dnd The
mud Thick ond gooey The MT. Eden VdrslTy
SofTboll Tedm hod some difficulTy geTTing
in procflce ond Their pre-sedson gomes.
Bui lvlofher NdTure did provide d few
ddys of sunshine for These HAAL Co-
chornps To puT forTh o prillionT displdy of
Tedrnwork ond TolenT in Their pre-seoson.
Overpovvering VVoshingTon High, IVIT.
Eden's offense wds hoT. WiTh ThirTeen hiTs
dnd d conTinous spiriT The Teom vvenT on
To d vicTory.
NexT vvds The Tough Tedm of Nevvdrk
lvlemoriol. WiTh The defense working hord
ond The offense honging in The Tedrn
pulled off o 4-O vicTory. Leoving MT. Eden
wiTh d second vicfory ond Their piTcher
Teresa Fisher wiTh her second consecu-
Tive no-hiTTer. The Tedm hos whdT winning
Tedrns dre mode of.
WiTh dlrnosT oll reTurnlng pldyers The
Girls' SofTpoll Teom hos d chdnce for The
TiTle. Their defense dnd offense hos im-
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QsTondingj Ellen Jewell, Wendy Lord, Julie
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Olsen, Ericd Pdulson, Cooch Billy Evons.
Qkneellngp Cindy Kdcludis, Sheri Kucero,
Chouncey Clork, Cheri Lozo, Desi Purry,
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VViTh The moTivdTioh ond The deTermi-
hoTioh ThoT The Trook ond field Teorh pos-
sesses They should beoome The ohompi-
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lvlohy reTurhers from losT yedr's Tedm.
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slow sTdrT buT oT The momerTT The Teom is
going hon-sTop. They procTioe hord every
ofTerhooh owoiTihg for Their firsT meeT.
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moke up in Their deTerrhihoTioh ohd hord
work. The Teorh mokes The Thrill of vioTory
become o reoliTy To Them. The fuTure
holds o good ouTlook OD The Tedm dhd iT's
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makes a bQTTer Team
WiTh our baskeTball Team sTriving forTh
To vicTory The baclminTon Team haci a de-
lay in pracTioe due To lack of spaoe in The
gym. The Team aian'T geT To begin prac-
Tice unTil a few aays before pre-season
buT ThaT never leT The Team clown.
The Team jusT worked harci ana Tough
ancl Tryecl To pull TogeTher Their vioTorious
Team. Losing Their firsT pre-season game
aicln'T seT back The baaminTon Team iT jusT
maae wanT The vicTories more Than ever.
'TWe had lack of praoTioe clue To our bas-
keTball Team buT we will pull iT all TogeTher
auring our nexT week of pracTice ana be
hoT when season arrives." oommenTs
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The Team mosTly oonsisTs of reTurning
players. These players having The winning
elemenT To Take The league.
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For The second year in a row The soflball
TryouTs were able To come up wiTh fifTeen
more eager girls ready and wanTing To
WiTh a liTTle Trouble in The beginning,
wiThouT a coach and unable To pracTice
The girls are working hard and Trying To
Turn Their O-2 ore-season around.
WiTh lack of pracTice The girls' are Trying
To make up for losT Time. Hard and Tough
ThaT is how The girls pracTice. VViTh Their
spiriTs high and The moTivaTion and deTer-
minaTion ThaT The girls show The Junior Var-
siTy sofTbaII Team should Turn Their record
around auiTe soon.
JUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL 4987: CsTand- Mendrono, Melissa BryanT, Becky Krunich,
ingj Anna lvlay, Shawn Hayes, Sharon Fo- STacye Silas, Aunya Shipman, KhaiersTa
broy, Sonya Valderama, Shirley BenedicT, Clark
Coach Ben Henderson Qkneelingj Felicia
, ' fi
This The end
IefT is Now. And in The
Here ond Now, don'T foil Think we
rnighT see eoch oTher once or
Twice?" -Richdrd Boch
Thonk you, ond good luck, every-
QBack Rowp Teresa Fisher CSporTs Edi-
Tory, Laurie Machado QEdiTor-in-Chiefj,
Rishi Shukla QSenior EdiTory.
CEronT Rowp Shannon Ledford QJunior
EdiTorp and Miss Deborah Kirk CAdvisorj.
- .1 1 1
ow, C1 qAfOlLd fjclrawl QUIT Spoksoli .
"VVe've been Through The good and
we've been Through The bad: IT's now
Time To Think of all The good Times
we've had . . .
A loT of Things were missed This year
due To lack of class Time, and I regreT
everyThing ThaT was overlooked. As
you, The reader, skim over These
pages, you may realize ThaT The WinTer
Ball and WinTer ConcerT are noT fea-
Tured on These pages. No, ThaT is noT
The sTaff's fauiT, I can'T pinpoinT whose
fauiT iT was, buT somehow The picTures
were IosT, negaTives and all. i've Tried
To make up for iT wiTh coverage of ev-
eryThing I could. Please Try To under-
sTand my siTuaTion.
Thank you Michele, Shannon, Tere-
sa, Trevor, Rishi, and expecially KrisTi
and Trudy for all your hard work and
dedicaTion. You'll never know how
much i've appreciaTed all of you. Rishi,
maybe Things would've worked ouT
beTTer wiTh The book had we class Time
To work on iT, jusT like lasT year . . . BuT
Things can'T always work ouT like we
planned . . .
Michele, you've been The greaTesT
friend I could ever wish for This year:
you've given me sTrengTh when I
ThoughT I was weak. And Jen-Bop, This
year has been The greaTesT, I-lon, and
l'll NEVER forgeT you, honesT! Jennifer
Ho, you've always been There for me
and I appreciaTe iT.
And Leslie, we've been Through a loT
This year and iT's only made us boTh
sTronger. I couldn'T have made iT
Through wiThouT you! I love you IoTs,
you're The besT budlll
LasT, buT noT leasT, To my favoriTe
senior bud, Courtney, I wish you all The
luck The world has To offer you! Alex M.,
Kevin C., Robert L., Fernando, Sanjay,
Louis, Cindy, Jimmy R., Chris H., and
Rodney, my senior pals, make The mosT
ouT of your fuTure for you ARE The fu-
Turell Yeah, yeah, l'm sTill sTuck here for
anoTher year! I love you all and Thanks
for making This year 'hip and hap-
Love To all,
Laurie A. Machado
'TIT doesn'T maTTer whaT fools say . . . " -
To The GraduaTing Class:
MAY YOU HAVE
Enough happiness To keep you sweeT.
Enough sorrow To keep you human.
Enough hope To keep you happy,
Enough success To keep you eager,
Enough friends To give you comforT,
Enough weaITh To meeT your needs,
Enough enThusiasm To look forward,
Enough faiTh To banish depression,
Enough deTerminaTion To make each
day beTTer Than yesTerday.
I owe The besT four years of my life Tc
MT. Eden High. MT. Eden has broughT me
many memories. Memories of "Those
good ol' days." BuT Those days have
jusT passed us by . . . so soon, so fasT . .
and now They're gone. Well, Class o
'87, iT's Time To grow up. LeT's hang or
To our dreams and make The besT o
our fuTure. Good luck everyone anc
God Bless Youlll
Fr: Trudy CTruj Reyesj
"I had some fun Times in yearboc
class, buT iT was also a loT of wor
Thanks Miss Kirk for being so unde
sTanding Toward Trudy and me. Trud
yearbook wouldn'T have been Tl'
same wiThouT you. Monique and Trud
I WANT SOME SCHHTPSII ,
Grandma and Grandpa, Thankeiyc
for always being There for me. Teen
WebsTer, Thanks for being mys be
friend Those Three and a half years.
Ricky, you're The one and onlyin rr
life, l'll always love you. ' ,
Lori, I hope your years aT SDSU ar
The besT. You're a greaT friend.
To all my friends, Take care and kee
Thank you everyone,
KrisTi Re' HilIesTad
"If I fail, if I succeed, aT leasT l'll live as I
Delieve. No maTTer whaT They Take
:rom me, They can'T Take away my dig-
TiTy . . . ' Always believe in yourself, be-
:ause if you don'T, no one else will. This
fear has been greaT, I won'T forgef iT.
Special Thanks To . . . Krisli Re' and
lrudy, The besT co-ediTors anyone
:ould have . . . Dan Reynolds and his
:Taff for The picTures . . . GRACE and
.UMAR CMS. Schwiers and Mrs. PoTme-
ally, Thanks for everyThing. You are Truly
JuTsTanding . . . Corky, Ken, Alice, Jen,
.aur, Lou, Deb, Ron, Kim, Louis, Pam,
.inda, and Philip, you guys made iT spe-
:ial . . . Elaine 'cuz you make me look
good . . . John and Rach, 'ln a world full
nf fanTasies, iT's realiTy ThaT hurTs' . . .
Jlom, Dad, Vasanli, I love you all very
nuch . . . All of Show Choir for an exper-
ence and mosT of all, Marc and
icoll, you guys are The besT."
P.S. Neeru - "Memories fade buT
cars sTill linger."
'87, of course,
"The choices I made were my own,
Th a liTTle help from my friends. The
iwanfed responsibiliTies were shed
id days wenT on. Working on The
Iarbook sTaff was greaT. The year
Js full of surprises, good and bad.
Laurie. you made Those surprises
aarable, and you are a Terrific friend.
enny - whaT can I say? WOW! I love
au. For my special Diane, you are The
ulTimaTe. I wish I could repay you, Cin-
dy, for all you've done for me, Bozo!
Learn how To make hoT chocolaTe.
And for The weirdos, Paul, Pally, Lara,
Paul, Kim, and Addison, Rishi, you al-
ways made me smile and you are all so
loveable. I only wish I could express my
graTiTude in much more elaborafe
Everyone needs friends To survive,
and my friends are The greaTesT. I love
you so much.
Good luck, everyone,
Michele L. Sims
"PicTures!! PicTures!! More picTures!!
l'm Tired of sporTs picfures.
This year has been very nerve-
wracking. Deadlines, more deadlines.
Finally, no more To meeT. I enjoyed my
Two years of being SporTs EdiTor on MT.
Eden's yearbook sTaff and I wish I could
conTinue, buT I musT graduaTe. So good
luck To nexT year's sTaff and I hope you
have as much fun as I did.
Teresa M. Fisher
"Many long hours were spenT To
draw IayouTs, look Through hundreds of
freshman mug shoTs To maTch To a
name, wriTe copy and capTion, Then
Type copy and capTion, meeT dead-
lines . . . All for whaT'? . . . To make sure
Laurie wouIdn'T jump down my Throaf?
Well. kinda! BuT more imporTanTly iT
was done so all The freshmen could
look back aT Themselves and Their
friends in 4986-87 and To live a greaT
Shawn . . . Thanx for all your help . . .
Teresa , . . Thanx for answering all my
auesTions and giving me The supporT To
make iT Through yearbook . . . Ms. Kirk
. . . Thanks for leTTing me ouT of class
early all The Time! Thanx again and God
"Our labors are coming To an end,
we are abouT To separafe for a Time,
The friends and memories will live on for-
ever . . . Thanks Laurie and Ms. Kirk for
helping me learn all The new sTuff wiTh
The new company. Considering The cir-
cumsTances, The sTaff was greaT. The
yearbook shows how TogeTher The
sTaff was, Through good and bad. Lau-
rie, jusT waiT 'Til nexT year. To all my
friends, Wendels, Paul, Becky, Amy,
Sue, Kay, Chris, and especially Erica, I
love you guys and couldn'T have made
iT Through The yearfsy wiThouT you.
QBack Rowp Trudy Reyes CSenior EdiTorj,
Trevor Fisher CFreshmen EdiTorQ, Michele
Sims fFacuITy EdiTorj, Richard Cordova
CHead PhoTographerj, KrisTi Re' HiIlesTad
QSenior EdiTorj. qFronT Rowj May Al-
mario QAss'T Junior EdiTor, copy ediTorj,
FreneTTa Hendrix Clndex EdiTorj.
Abarca, Manuelita 45, 93, 405
Achikzai, Mariam 423
Achizai, Yama 93
Acker, Joseph 65
Adams, Cheryl 423
Adams, George 423
Aguilera, Ray 423
Ahari, Nilofar 423
Ahrari, Faridullah 93
Alarcon, Phil 65
Albertson, Ryan 423
Alcon, Domingo 93
Ali, Feroz 423
Almario, May 24, 92, 93
Alvarez, Anthony 93
Alvarez, Rafael 93
Alvarez, Victor 93, 404
Alvarez, Vincent 93
Amador, Jose 65
Amador, Lenora 423
Amador, Paulette 93
Amaral, Kevin 93
Amaral, Lisa 93
Amari, Sweeda 65
Amedio, Renee 93
Amin, Zaki 93
Aminy, Jamal 423
Amiri, Madina 93
Amiri, Morwarid 423
Amiri, Sekandar 423
Anderson, Londell 93
Anderson, Lorraine 93
Andrade, Elsa J. 93, 404
Andriese, Bradley 423
Anguiano, Rodrigo 65
Aniano, Dale 49, 423
Aniano, David S. 409
Antoine, Deneauia M. 409
Antoine, Quantise A. 43, 34, 65
Aragon, Robin 28, 423
Yuka 56, 65
Arellano, Andre 423
Aroca, Kenny B.
Aroca, Martha C. 409
Aroma, Denis F. 93
Arreaga, Luis 65
Arreaga, Luis F
Ashford, Cyrus 423
Baez, Brenda B. 94, 93
Baez, Xochilt 44, 93
Bailey, Bonnie 65
Bailey, Cindy L. 93
Bailey, Kristine M. 65
Baird, Matthew J.
Baker, Erica D. 409, 446
Baldanzi, Brian A. 409
Baldridge, Jack D. 65
Baldridge, Michael A. 409
Balgas, Jason S.
Bando, Tomoko 93
Banks, Nicole K. 93
Banot, David 93
Barajas, Silvia P. 65
Barakzoy, Omar G. 409
Barese, Christopher 423
Barger, Troy 423
Barnett, Jennifer 409
Barr, Vince 423
Barrington, Dale R. 409
Barto, Robert W. 93
Bartoni, Jake 93
Bastress, Robert B. 65
Bazalar, Nestor 423
Belen, Nina 3, 53, 422, 423
Bell, Denell L. 65
Bell, Yvonne D. 409
Belmonte, Nidia 40, 94, 93
Benedict, Caryn A, 93
Benedict, Laurie 423
Benedict, Shirley R. 409
Bengson, Nadjesda H. 409
Beresford, Gordon 423
Bernardo, Lisa R. 409
Berrios, John 65
Birchfield, Geoffrey N. 93
Blake, Charletha J. 65
Blum, Mark R. 409
Borrero, Michael 423
Bortolussi, Raymond A. 409
Borunda, Monique 33, 65
Bowlin, Valerie 9, 34, 57, 58, 66
Boyd, Gary 93
Boykin, Sheli 93
Brady, Denise 42, 43, 66
Brantome, Carole 423
Brantome, Christine M. 93, 404
Breshears, Cynthia 423
Brewster, Deanne E. 93
Britt, Michael 423
Britt, Patrick D. 93
Brooking Jr., John R. 93
Ashley, Christophe W. 409
Attaway, Lamont 43, 34, 65
Ayers, Joseph W. 34, 65
Ayotte, Michael J. 409
Brown, Bradley S. 66
Brown, Denise 93
Brown, Dylan 423
Jeffery D. 93
Brown, Steve 423
Brown, Thomas K.
Buckner, Cless T. 27, 409
Buendia, John J, 66
Bueno, Thomas A. 66
Buhagiar, Anthony J. 93
Buna, Jennifer 423
Burgasser, Brandie D. 409
Burk, Jennifer 423
Burklin, Steve 423
Burlingame, Juvy 423
Burns, Charles E. 66
Burns, Gerald H.
Burns, Thomas A. 409
Burt, Michelle 409
Butler, Paul S. 94, 92, 93, 99, 444
Bybee, Raquel M. 66
Byrd, Larry P. 53, 66
Caballero, lee 423
Cabral, Carla 423
Calkins, Floyd M. 409
Calub, Paul G.
Calvin, Theodore R. 409
Capers, Aaron L.
Capucion, Edward J. 409
Caravalho, Anthony L. 409
Caraway, Pamela 423
Carlson, Lori 423
Carpenter, Elliott W. 42, 93
Carpenter, Jefferey W. 66
Carson, Alicia 423
Carson, Ronald A.
Carter, Niisa C. 93
Casas, Michael 409
Casetta, Michael G. 93
Cash, Christophe T. 93
Castillo, Anthony 423
Castillo, Yvette M. 93
Castro, Melanie 409
Cavanagh, Shawn W. 93
Cavazos, Cesar 66
Celada, Ann T. 44, 93
Celada, Lena M. 408, 409
Ceniceros, Mary H. 66
Cervantes, Louie 423
Cervantes, Yvonne R. 93
Cha, Tae H. 409
Cha, Yumi 44, 93
Champion, Sheronica D. 93
Chang, Angela Y. 25, 93
Chang, George Y. 409
Chang, Horng fJudy F.
Chang, Linda Yu C. 66
Chau, Thao 423
Chavez, Pamela 423
Chavez, Rachel 423
Chavis, Darrick J. 409
Chestang, Elisia 93
Cheung, Tony 93
Chew, Kevin C. 20, 55, 64, 66
Chew, Richard 423
Chew, Teresa R. 25, 93
Chiaverini, Daniel M.
Childers, Beverly 423
Chong, Tommy 93, 405
Christensen Julie A. 67
Chung, AIiCe,K. 42, 43, 57, 58, 67
Chung, Steve 423
Churches, Teresa M. 409
Cisneros, Lisa 93, 404
Clark, Amy 423
Clark, Bryan T, 67
Clark, Chauncey M. 94
Clark, Donyl L. 94
Clark, John K. 94
Clark, Khaiersta 423
Clark, Naomi 57, 59, 67
Clark Michael D. 409, 449
Clark Naomi 57, 59, 67
Clark R. Joseph 67
Clayton, Adam C. 409
Climer Jr, Jerry D. 409
Coelho, Nelson J. 67
Colburn, Jacie 423
Coleman, Jackie 423
Coleman, Yolanda M, 409
Colhour, Daniel E.
Colla, Brian F. 409
COLLINS, KELLE A. 94, 95
Collins, Shanin 57, 58, 67
Coltharp, Joanna M. 409
Coltman, Eric D.
Compton, Sharon 409
Compton, Stephen M, 94
Conway, Katrinka 423
Conway, Tamara L. 94
Cook, Heather M. 44, 57, 67
Cook, Hilary 424
Cooper Jr, Jesse 67
Coopper,John C. 409
Cordova, Richard T. 94
Cornejo, Ana P. 40
Cornelious, Eric L. 94
Cortez, Alexander 424
Costa, Rui 424
Couacaud, Berin D. 67
Cowden, Cathryn D. 32
Cowden, Christine 94
Cowdrey, Michelle 424
Cozette, Anthony R, 67
Cristobal, Mercedes B. 67
Crothers, Susan A. 94
Crum, Chelece R. 67
Cruz, Elizabeth M. 67
Cruz, Lyzette 23, 34, 35, 67
CrCruz, Yvette 409
Cruz, Ronald A. 67
Csech, Robert 424
Cuevas, Domingo R. 67
Cuison, Agnes 43, 29, 422, 424
Culbertson, Stefanie L. 94
Cunningham, Bryan T. 67
Cunningham, Kevin 424
Currier, Eron W. 409
Curtis,Michael A. 40, 94
Cushere, Serenna 409, 446
Duthbertson, Keisha M. 57, 58, 67 Dunn, Sigphqnie T, 440
lang, Thai 409
iavenport, Lorie A. 94
lavenport, Teresa 424
iavid, Elmo A. 67
iavis, Deborah M. 34, 67
iavis, Dewayne J. 67
lavis, Michael W. 440
iavis, Nequetta 67
lavls, Rachel F. 67
iavison, Alisha L. 409
real, Angelique J. 42, 43, 440
ieanda, Darlene B.
ieancla, Dean B. 440
eines, David 424
elacruz, Eldrich 424
elacruz, Jose G. 67
elacruz, Juan G. 68
elacruz, Robert 424
elahoussaye, Eric 424
elgado, Albert A. 68
elgado, Jeffery J.
elgado, Michelle 68
emps, Delano 6
empsey, Elizabeth M. 42, 43, 68
emps Jr., Delano J. 94
enoga, Gaymarie 424
enoga, Joyanne C. 407, 440
eplush, Sharon A. 42, 43, 94
epoyster, Joann 424
epoyster, Lee A. 94
ere, Edna 68
ere, Janet 44
esamour, Carl D. 440
eyoung, Alanda L. 42, 94, 98
willon, Amarinder 94
tillon, Maninder 424
az, Daniel 440
xon, Aaron M. 440
xon, Mark K. 47, 48, 68
xon, Todd L. 30, 68
Jan, Khoi Q. 440
Jian, Michael 68
:lan Tracy M. 94
Jrothy, Cindy T. 68
Jrris, Dyrk H. 424
Juglas, Jeffery T. 94
ewek, Douglas B. 440
iarte, Gina M. 69
Jenas, Clifford 424
ienas, Clifford R. 424
ienas, Glean F. 440
ikes, Lewis B. 94
imas, Chaz N. 440
incan, Michelle J. 94
inn, Michael F. 69
Duvall, Rechird 94
Dyer lll, Earl A. 440
Eaglin, Danielle C. 422, 424
Ealy, Lamont J. 440
Earle, Ambrose l. 424
Eastin, Dawn M. 440
Edwards, Andre 34, 69
Eidson, Robert T. 424
Elespp, Elizabeth L. 69
Elfring, Michelle J. 90, 94
Elliot, Jay W.
Encelan, David E. 69
Engineer, Darayus p. 69
Enos, James J. 440, 447
Enriquez, Raymond G. 42, 43, 440
Escoto, Eva M, 3, 94
Espinosa, Melissa M. 424
Espinoza, Lanette M. 440
Estacio, Milinda J. 95
Estavilla, Edgar M. 440
Estavilla, Oliver M, 440
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Estrada, Liza R.
Estrada. Pedrito S. 424
Estrella, Tiffany 46, 440
Evans, Erin A. 440
Evans, Jean M. 95
Evans, Steven D.
Evitt, Cynthia L. 440, 447
Ezzat, Amro M. 95
Faruq, Geeta 69
Fenicie, Chris L. 440
Ferea, Eric L. 424
Fernandez, Anthony W. 23, 53, 57,
Ferreira, Thomas J. 32, 57, 69
Fieldings, Richard A.
Finamore, Karen L. 9, 95, 99
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Fisher, Teresa M. 22, 69
Fisher, Trevor W. 28, 29, 424, 426,
Fitch, Owen F. 424
Fitch, Sandra C. 69, 424
Fitch, Sonny 95
Flock, Kevin D. 424
Flores, Bennison N. 69
Flores, Bernice L. 95
Flores, Brandon D.
Flores, Maria G.
Flores, Michelle Y. 424
Floyd Jr, Solomon D. 69
Fobroy. Sharon 440
Foget, Cynthia A. 57, 64, 69
Foster, Kristy A. 69
Fox IV, Frederick J. 24, 95
Francis, Donald E. 95
Francis, Nancy M. 69
Franke, Sharlene M. 424
Franzatti, Bianca 424
Fratus, Sunny R. 26, 440, 448
Frazier, Damone M. 440
Frazier, Darren 95
Fulton, Jason 424
Furtado, Kevin AE. 440
Gaines, Louis A.
Galindo, Aracelia 440
Gallegos, Martha L. 424
Gamble, Tim 440
Gamino, Maria 95
Gamino, Maria J. 440
Gann, Dolores 440
Garcia, Alfonzo 94
Garcia, Armando 440
Garcia, Becky 424
Garcia, Benjamin 95
Garcia, Blanca E. 95
Garcia, Irma V. 95
Garcia, Joanne 7, 57, 69
Garcia, Miracle L. 425
Garcia, Rebecca A. 95
Garcia, Rene 440
Garcia, Salvador 95
Gardner, Jacqulyn D. 95
Gardner, Joel L. 440
Gardner, Michelle S, 425
Garside, Ericka 440
Gaskin, Michael J. 95
Geddins, Aaron D. 55, 70
Gee, Shajna R. 70
Gemoya, Kathlyn A.
Genera, Martin J. 95
Gifford, Clarence A. 440
Gifford, Tricia 70
Gilmer. Rashawn E. 425
Godfrey, Timothy B. 425
Godfrey, Timothy B. 425
Goguen, Micchelle 425
Goloyogo, Ferdinand M. 70
Goloyogo, Fernando 425
Gomez, Antinette 440
Gomez, John E. 95
Gomoll, Michele H. 42, 43, 70
Gonsalves, Lisa M. 425
Gonsalves, Shiela B. 425
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Green, Jason D.
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Grey, Margaret 70
Grier, Pamela K. 70
Grier, Paul 425
Griffin, Gregory W. 70
Griffin, Patricia A. 56, 70
Griffin, Shannon N. 20, 34, 56, 70
Grimes, Jeremy 425
Grohnke, Mark 95
Guerra, Cathy M. 95
Guerrero, Kristina M. 42, 43, 440
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Guillory, Michelle C. 440
Gustafson, Karen 70
Gutierrez, Adrian T. 425
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Harmsen, Dirk 96
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Harrison, Eric A. 96
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Harwood, Lynn A. 70
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Hernandez, Jessica M. 125
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Herrera, Justin 111
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Hester, Richard M. 125
Higginbotham, Shannon 125
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Hillestad, Kristi R. 33, 57, 59, 71
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Hiram, April L.
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Holloway, Derrick 111
Holloway, Dexter 126
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Huang, Kenny H. 71
Hudson, Marlon D. 111
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Hunn, Damon E. 9, 24, 92, 99
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Hylton, Mason K.
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Jaochico, Redeemer M. 71
Jaochico, Ronald M. 111
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Jarin, John 126
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Kennemore, Clinton T. 126
Kennemore, Jennifer L.
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Killebrew, John A. 126
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Kim, John 72
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Kwok, Stephen 126
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Vlai, Hoang T.
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Medina, Alex G. 57, 58, 64, 74
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Mehtabuddin, Daud 127
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Miranda, Mario D. 99
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Montenegro, Daniel E
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Morrison, Neil 109
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Moungle, Belgium 99
Moungle, Priscilla 74
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Mugg, Gregory T. 75
Muller, Kalolaine 109
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Murillo, John F. 127
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Najibi, Jamal 114
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Nathaniel, Vivian D.
Nazario, Jose E. 99
Nazario, Ramone E.
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Nguyen, Tien H.
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Perumal, Sunil S. 99
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Petersen, Lori M. 99
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Phillips, Sheri G. 400
Pipkin, Karen E. 400
Pitta, Matthew J. 428
Plunkett, Michael 400
Pokorny, Richard J.
Pontrelli, Guilia 76
Popper, Jason G. 400
Porte, Joseph A. 400
Portilla, Christy J.
Potts, Cindy 445
Powell, Alfred K. 43, 76, 424, 4063,
Powell, Alfred K, 43, 76
Powell, Nicole L. 445
Poyorena, Ernie J. 445
Prasad, Ragni 400
Prasad, Rajesh R. 445
Prasad, Sunil 445
Pratt, Matthew 3, 94, 400
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Querubin, Dulceamor L. 428
Quiroga, Rafael 5, 400
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Thompson, Marcus L. 430
T. Dwayne 4 47
Thornwell, Jamarr A. 448
Tiernan, Kimberly 79
Tiernan, Michelle D.
To Hong, Linda 79
Tobia, Arlene V. 79
Uhl, Joanna R. 98
Ulrich, Heather M. 79
Uppal, Ranjith S.
Valderama, Sonya L. 448
Vandamme, Anthony D. 92
Vandriel, Hendrik M.
Vargas, Derek M.
Vargas, Diane L. 79
Vecellio, Gregory J.
Vegas, Anastasia L. 2, 430
Velasquez, Deserie M.
Vergara, Sheila R, 430
Verzosa, Lourdes M. 42, 448
Vialpando, Joseph G. 448
Vialpando, Pete L. 80
Vidal, Christine M.
Vierra, Jamie G. 448
Vieyra, Herbert J.
Vieyra, Luis C. 80
Vigil, Dean 80
Villasenor, Angelica 430
Villasenor, Gabriel 448
Nffvillegas, Cecilia 23, 34, 35, 8
Villegas, Leo A. 430
Vlviani, Janet C. 448
Vu, Cuong V. 430
Tobias, Anie Leine T. 430
Toledo, Aida M. 79
Tolentino, Myrasol D. 448
Ton, Hong N. 448
Torres, Jerry A. 55, 79
Torres, Roberto 420, 430
Torres Jr, Heriberto 430
Torres Jr, Jerry J. 430
Tran, Can N.
Tran, Kim CTonyj M.
Tran, Linh L. 448
Tran, Than D. 20
Trujillo, Senie Li M. 430
Trujillo Jr, Gene C.
Tsui, John 430
Tsui, Tom 79
Tuason, Iris P.
Tullis, Leanne S. 430
Wagner, Traci C.
Wainwright, Jeffrey T.
Wais, All S.
Waldmann, Saya 404
Chris M. 404
Cornelius R. 434
Jeri L. 80
Julie A. 448
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.Sidney E. 448
Walkup, Chris M. 404
Walls, Robert L. 448
Walter, Sondra L. 434
Ward, Kimberly K. 434
Warren, Faylaizia 80
Warren, Sherrell 404
Wartenbe, Christy L.
Waterman, Robert M. 434
Watley, Lisa M. 449
Watley, R.Marc 57, 59, 80
Watson, Everett S. 449
Watson, Patrick 6, 80
Watters, Sy A. 434
Watts, Cindy A. 434
Watts, David I. 449
Webb, Sean P. 445, 434
Weber, Delilah L.
Webster, Erika E. 434
Webster, Tina L. 404
Weeden, David M. 434
Wenner, Lara C. 45, 49, 27, 406,
Wenner, Rachel E. 4, 404
Werne, Gregory K. 404
Wesley, Heather L. 80
Wesley, Letta D. 434
Wharton, Suzanne C. 404
Wheat, Daniel 404
Wheat, Deborah S. 434
Wheeler, Max B. 80
White, Harrice 404
White, Julias H. 449
White, Neilson K.
Yamashita, David M. 80
Yamashita, Stacy 405
Yang, Patty S. 449
Ybarra, Loraine D.
Yeung. Phillip 434
Yeung, Violet L. 449
Yi, Sang 80
Yoder, Shantell R.
Youngman, Janis M. 42, 43
Yuan, Eric 80
Yuan, Irene 434
Zaitz, Brian J. 405
Zamudio, Salvador C. 405
Zepeda, Sonia 449
Zevallos, Humberto M. 405
Zien, Kerin 44, 28, 434
Zien, Michelle R. 405
Ziomek, Amiki 405
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Woodward, Todd D. 80
Wooten, Kenneth D. 449
Worth, Rodney D. 434
Wu, David C. 405
Wu, Hsiao-Tung L. 449
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