Mount Si High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Snoqualmie, WA)
- Class of 1983
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Text from Pages 1 - 198 of the 1983 volume:
TFIBLE UF CONTENTS
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spring when the world is mud -
luscious the lirrle lome bolloonmon
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when the world is puddle-wonderful
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for ond wee
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Poge 2: 'ID Ms. Horgroyes, is Roxie Pew lost
ogoin? 23 Did Lynn Hindes squirt tornoro in
your eye, Judy Lindemonn? C35 Isn't thot
owesome, totolly owesome, Tomi Jones
ond Mindy Cort? 45 Doug Borrlett, Morgie
Sulsur is not ollowed to print such things.
Poge 8: 13 Wendy Querro ond Don Adcox
con't believe whot Mr. Avery is soying. QD
ls this your evil-eye Jim Bennett? CD The Drill
Teorn shows off their new porn pons! 49
Liso Cooper ond Michele Melde, let me see
you get down.
The future I would contemplote
ls kindly veiled.
It is not wonton chonce,
Nor inexoroble fote
Sholl drow the screen
Thot hongs between
This doy ond thotp
But One Omnipotent
Upon my welfore bent,
With never foiling mercy holds in ploce
The future's veil before my foce,
And only drows eoch doy
The veil o little woy,
Lest l, too, soon should see
Whot is in store for me -
By Mory Green Whipple
13 Kris Willig, whof kind of o look is thot? 25 Judy
Breeden - portroit of o Toboholic. CD Lori Gunderson
leorns o new gome, peek-o-boo.
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1bSteve Heirmon ond Donoree Chouinord, is ir only puppy
love? 23 Mike Estes escorts Terri Osrergord our the door. 85
Mork Simpson ond Neno Pribic ore momemorily
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THE ROAD NOT TAKEN
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, W
And sorry I could not travel both "Qi
And be one traveler, lang Istoad
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrawth,
Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wearg
Though as for that the passing there
Had warn them really about the same,
And bath that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had tradden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing haw way leads on to way,
I doubted if Ishould ever come back.
lshall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, andl -
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
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15 Seniors show their empty cans in support of "no drinking pop in the
halls." 25 Darin Harrington and Wally Davenport find it hard to control
themselves during a pep assembly. 35 Oops! A fire drill catches Julie
Fufe in the bathroom, and she must run to safety.
15 Morls Kolhruss excitedly wotches os his pencil rolls to vic-
tory! 29 "Robby Heort-throb" Venn ond "Gilligon" Gollowoy
odd their own speciol tolent to our pep ossernblies. 39 Deb-
bie Culp is cought up in the spirit of the ex-cheerleoders skit.
47 Bob Morrisey con hordly believe his luck when trocy
Quoole ond Koil Pickler ogree to pose with him.
Gother out of sror-dust
And splinters of hoil,
One hondful of dreorn-dust
Nor for sole.
By Longsron Hughes
15 Lori Crow, Connie Gunderson, ond Kelly
O'Donnell hurry off to closs. 29 Judy Lindemonn
discovers new oreos to opply herself. 33 Donny
Gront, Kerry Srillwell, Ron Hendrickson, ond
Dorek Schiesser ore port of the rypicql Mr. Si holl
Dreoms . . .
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13 Betsy Cervine, Brendo Brice, ond
Becky Powell ore sooking up the
plentiful sun of Snoquolrnie. 25 Jeff
Miltimore, Don Schroeder, ond Kristi
Stermetz discuss Iife's greoter dilem-
mos. 33 Poor Freshmen, being work-
ed to the bone. 43 Jone Briggs proc-
THE RICH MAN
The rich mon hos his moror-cor
His counfry ond his rown esrore.
He smokes o fifry-cenr cigor
And jeers or Fore.
He frivols rhrough rhe livelong doy,
He knows nor Poverty her pinch.
His lor seems lighr, his heorr seems goy,
He hos o cinch.
Yer rhough my lop burns low ond dim,
Though Imusr slove for livelihood -
Think you rhor I would chonge wirh him?
You ber I would!
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Poge 101 15 Loni Dellinger tokes time out. 25 Lori Johnson loves pep' I
ossemblies. 35 The whole teom eogerly owoits their turn ot bot. 45
Chorlo McKinney ond Trocey O'DonneII work their fingers to the
bone. Poge 11: 15 Stocey Were-Iius con't think until she hos her rnor-
ning coffee. 25 Roxie Sompson olios "5oIIy 5eornstress" ot work
ogoin, 35 Wolly Dovenport studies so hord he con't toke time out
for lunch. 45 Noomi Proud ond Joy Ryon discuss the lotest gossip.
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The whole student body hos
noticed 0 chonge in Mount Si.
Everyone wonts to get involved
ond is full of spirit. With the help of
Pep Club ond its president, Tommie
Adoms, rooter buses hove gone to
oll the owoy footboll gomes. The
new pep ossembly plonning com-
mittee hos mode pep ossemblies
worth going to. With oll this spirit it
hos been eosy to be the student
body president. My cobinet, Spenc,
Lynn, Rob, Ken, Kris, ond l hove
hod the privilege of two different
odvisors, Mock Armstrong ond
Woyne Hoshiguchi. We were olso
fortunote enough to be elected lost
yeor, moking student council run
more smoothly this yeor.
I would like to especiolly thonk
the cooks, becouse with their cin-
nomon rolls, more people ottend-
ed the ASB meetings.
lb ASB in oll of its glory. 25 Kris ond Kelly
Willig molse ASB o fomily offoir.
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ASB foces onother yeor of lofty
gools ond heovy responsibilities.
High on the ogendo is the develop-
ment of student leodership, the en-
courogement of the ASB to toke o
more octive role in school octivities,
ond, but of course, the onnuol
chollenge of fund roising.
Under the creotive leodership of
President Kelly Willig, Vice President
Spenc Iocolucci, Secretory Lynn
Hindes, ond Treosurer Rob Critten-
don, olong with wise input from
Vice Principol Mr. Woyne
Hoshiguchi, these gools ore sure to
15 ASB reps broinstorm. 25 Secretory
Lynn Hindes, did you miss onother ASB
meeting? BJ President Kelly Willig is
pleosed with her officers: Business
Monoger Ken Dillmon, Treosurer Rob
Crirtendon, ond Vice President Spenc
Iocolucci, 49 Reps Kris Willig, Judy
Hoglund ond Christine Perrymon show
how they feel obout ASB meetings.
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As we walked down senior hall with fearful an-
llcpation of initiation, things started moving for the
lass of '88, Our hebful advisors, John Roeber and
lfiaureen lttig, assisted President Ken Johnson, Vice
resident Kail Pickler, Secretary Teresa O'Donnell and
Tusiness Manager Kelly Mllig in class fund raisers, in-
-luding poster and key chain sales.
Our sophomore year was led by President Kelly
-Wllig, Vice President Kail Pickler, Secretary Jane
Lriggs and Business Manager Cathy Scott. We won
e Hoot competition for Homecoming. We also rais-
d more money for our class with a raffle of donated
ems from valle y businesses.
We moved into the upperclass in our junior year
fith President Tommie Adams, Vice President
Spencer lacolucci Secretary Lynn Hindes and Business
Manager Cathy Scott. Our Homecoming float tied for
Hrst with the Class of '84, We attempted to raise
money with more key chain sales.
Our senior year finally arrived and the Class of '88
really started to show what they had. The class
leaders consisted of President Cathy Scott, Vice Presi-
dent Jeff Hendrickson, Secretary Julie Ferrier and
Business Manager Shannon Blazina. There was a
noticeable increase of spirit and more people dressed
up for Homecoming week than ever before. Our
Homecoming Queen was Tommie Adams with Ken
Johnson as her escort. We also won the float com-
petition. We sold Class of '88 tee-shirts to raise
money and had a proiitable Homecoming dance.
Liso Aciaermon Tommie Adoms Donold Adcox Kelly Adcox
Curr Ammons Corolyn Arens Fred Argelon Robin Boker
Lindsey Borbeou Mike Beckman
Jomes Bennett Broins equol money for Mike Chondler ond Lynn Hindes. Shannon Blozino
Jim Breeden Jone Briggs Glen Broughton Louro Brown
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Mindy Corr Anno Chompo Closs couple, Chris Eods ond Dono Donielson, worm up neor
biz. 'rl '.
Mike Chondier Alison Chossid Jeff Child Donoree Chouinord
Shonnon Blozino ond Spenc locolucci show they oren't like LGSO Cooper
Poulo Cox Debbie Culp Dono Donielson
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Morci Dovidson Steve DeGroor Bill Dellinger
Ken Dillmon Chris Eods Troy Eoron
Eric Elvesrrom Mike Estes Corol Evons
Don Gobel Most Likely To Go Pro - Dole Horris ond Jone Briggs.
Furure employees of Ringling Brothers Circus - Alon Lind ond
Tim Goss Cherie Hoos
Toni Homilron Colleen Hornpron
Mory Gorewood Monico Gehrrs
Delio Gildersieeve Pere Glover
Judy Hoglund Joyce Holisrrorn
Dorin Horringron Dole Horris
Scorf Horr Toni Henderson Jeffrey Hendrickson Robin Hendrickson
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Sondro Hendrickson Denise Hezel Chris Hill Lynn Hindes
Melindo Horiuchi Robert Hurfless
Spencer locolucci Dionno Jockson Nicesr smiles? Morci Dovidson ond Chonse Rogers
Kenneth Johnson Lori Johnson Andrew Jones Tomi Jones
Eric Jorgensen Guy Kerzenberg Kelly King Morcy King
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Doniel Kirchrneyer Mork Kohlruss
Mosr likely to pick up hirchhikers, Kirn Rogers ond Ken Kirsten Konoposlsi Teruyo Kondo
Joseph Loskody Melisso Lems
Most likely to own swomp lond in Florido. Chris Hill ond Kim
Kenneth Morfin Shaun M050n
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Dovid Myers Emmonuel Pordo Alicio Perrymon Christine Perrymon
Roxonne Pew Violet Phipps Koil Pickler Timothy Pillo
Royko Pribic Noncy Pruitt
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Nicki Pudinski Tommie Adoms ond Ken Johnson uncork their persoonlity, Trocy Quoole
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Most likely ro hove Ioryngifis: Lindsey Borbeou ond Kris Willig.
Christopher Roddewig Chonse Rogers
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Joy Ryon Roxonne Sompson
Thomos Schiesser Traci Schneider Lotnryn scott Lotnerine :neo
Jomes Shedd Poul Shockley Deron Smith Stacy Smith
Kim Smithson Coit Stone
Kris Swihort Stephanie Tochelle Most likely to be on the cover of Vogue rnogozine: Spenc
locolucci ond Sue Cleven.
Korhy Toylor Gini Towery Jim Townsend Korherine Trocy
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Srocey Werelius Most likely ro be in your dreoms. Jeff Hendrickson ond Melindo Horiuchi.
Most likely to sreol your pom-pons. Tommie Adoms ond Spencer Iocolucci
Kristine Willig Jomes Willing Doron Wolff
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The closs of '84 reolly cleoned up this
yeor. They were led by President Shonnon
Cernick, Vice President Bryon Zemp,
Business Monoger Brod Kooso ond
SecretoryfTreosurer Amondo Songren.
They were ossisted by odvisors Moureen
McCIeon ond Gory Miller.
They roised money by holding two
donces in December ond Februory. Once
ogoin they sponsored the holftime hoop
shoot during bosketboll gornes.
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themselves captivated by the spectacle
before them. Page 85: 1? Dalin Overbay and
Pauline Salois, is finding boys more important
than homework? 27 Mike Oster likes what he
sees. 33 Dan Schroeder is ready to hear Mark
Simpson's opinion now.
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grode he got on thot test. QD Cindy Bush
orgonizes her locker. SD Lori Gunderson
con'f believe whor she just heord. Poge
371 15 Rick McForlone, Jeff Howe, ond
Kenny Finch hove o snock during breok.
Poge 38: 15 Koren Scott is deeply
engrossed in whot the teocher is soying.
27 Neno Priblc is on octive converso-
tionolist. Poge 39: 13 Lonl Dellinger
suspiciously eyes whot's for lunch todoy.
23 No mustoche yet, Wode locolucci. 33
Glen Reule tokes o breok from the
tedious work he does in Annuol closs.
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Poge 40: 13 Wode Wolff, Morls Simpson,
ond Rick Mortin eogerly volunteer their
tolents in Creotive,Coolsing closs. Poge
41: 17 Junior yeor brings new struggles to
Steve Roy who finds himself with o
broken leg. 25 Tino Holtzner c:on't
believe she's going to be Annuol editor
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The closs of l85' shows thot they ore on top of
things ot Mount Si High Closs officers ore
Treosurer, Melony Horiuchi Business Monoger
Brion Wyrsch, Presidents Julie Gephort ond Jim
Stevens, Secretory, Joy Hoffrnon ond Vice Presi
dent Soro Keller.
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Young, ombitious freshmen enthusiosticolly
porticipoted in vorious clubs, octivities ond
sports. At their first meeting, the closs wos in-
troduced to odvisors Moteo Arteogo, Keith
Grohom ond Elizobeth McKenzie. They elected
closs officers President Shuree Werelius, Vice-
President Erin Cernicls, Secretory Jonette
Hoglund, Treosurer Lourie Ridgley ond Public
Relotions Person Cherie Richter.
In the foll the freshmen hod o boke sole to
roise money ond ploced third in the homecom-
ing floot competition.
15 Som Adoms con't believe his eyes, Derek Schiesser
hos flipped out. 27 Freshmen girls toke o breols to tolls
obout the cute guys in high school.
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Poge 52: 15 Kim Hickenbottom's fovorite time of doy is
Iun'ch period. 25 Som Adoms ond Kurt Fykerud cotch o
fost snock during breok. Poge 53: 15 Heidi Ostergord,
Terry West ond Lisl Mofli discuss the toctics of long
distonce phone colls. 25 Jonette Hoglund ond Shuree
Werlius ore proud to be freshmen.
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Poge 54: 15 Jim Eosterling potlently woits for closs to
stort. 25 Trocy Borter ond Tommy Johnson, ore you lote
for closs ogoin? Poge 55: 15 If you cleon your plote, Col-
in Poddock, you'll grow up to be o big senior. 23 Jerry
Bennett con't believe whot he just found in his locker. A
CD Todd Osiodocz didyour lunch moke you sick?
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Superintendent Lorry Lindberg, new Vocotionol Director Corol Lowrence, Administrotor
Edlucotionol Services Dorthy Beomer, Finonciol Director Dove Allred, ond Tronsporto-
Director Don Grino. 25 Mr. Lindberg looks into the future for onswers.
Our ASB representotives Mike
Chondler ond Cotherine Sheo
hove brought bock much informo
tion on the proceedings ot the
monthly school boord meetings.
The Administrotion discussed
overcrowding ot the elementory
schools, teochers' controcts the
moving of teochers between
grodes ond buildings, olternoting
elementory pricipols yeorly ond in-
troduced the new teochers for the
Cotherine Sheo odded, "lt's like
being bock stoge ot o ploy . . . you
get to see whot reolly influences
She olso stoted, "More students
should get involved with the
meetings ond voice their
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templates on howto make Curt Ammons a superman. 29 E A sg 'lr'-of 6
Bob Hutflessjust does not agree with Mr. Avery's rules. 35 g ' 6 or
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This year has brought about
many changes in the administra-
tion. Mrs. McKenzie, a full time
teacher for the in-school suspension
program, was hired. But the most
obvious change in the main office
was the face of Mr. Wayne
Hashiguchi. After years of teaching
at Mount Si, "Hash" served his first
term as vice-principal.
With Mr. Bob Davidson leading
the administrators, they hoped to
realize their goals which included
stricter-enforcement of the rules in
the parking lot and helping the
A.S.B. improve methods of
Both students and staff showed
a more positive attitude than past
years, demonstrating a great deal
more spirit and pride in the school.
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White is always happy to hear ideas for activities. 35 Wayne Hashiguchi just received l'
latest issue of "How to be a Successful Vice-Principal." 43 Elizabeth McKenzie shows he
feelings for the ISS program. Page 63 1D Susan Goodson, "Campus Cop," is always on th
lookout for trouble. 29 Barb Swaney tries to look excited as she calls on another absei
student. 33 Mary Johnson is always greeting students with a cheerful smile. AD Margl
Sukut looks out for flying food. 55 Ellen Snyder is relieved to have finished the records.
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15 Mount Si cooks gother to whip up o meol. 25 Greg Goodson tries to cleon up
his oct. 35 Kothy Lems is reody to wrop up onother tosy item for lunch. 45
Lorry Pengilly is hoppy to be o custodion ot Mount Si High School. 55 Moxine
Heppner is cought with her honds in the dishwosher.
Poge 65: 13 The district bus drivers ore cought ber-
ween shifts. 25 Jody Adcox gives us her winning
srnile. 39 The bus rnechonic rokes o breok.
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The good times sure did roll dur-
ing Homecoming 1982. We got off
to a great start with a very suc-
cessful Spirit Week. On Monday we
got to see everybody wearing
his! her favorite hat and crazy
sunglasses. Tuesdoy we were in-
vaded by punk rockers with multi-
colored hair and some total nerds.
People in Roman togas and
bathrobes wandered the halls on
Wednesday. On Thursday we all
went to the beach in senior hall
with real sand, o swimming pool,
beach-balls and a lineup of lawn
chairs. Friday was the traditional
"Scarlet and Gray Day."
During the halftime festivities, the
royalty was driven around the
track in old-fashioned cars supplied
by Eastside Street Rods.
Mistresses of ceremonies were
Shannon Blazina, Judy Haglund and
Cathy Scott. The royalty included
freshman princess Sherrie Richter
escorted by John Botton,
sophomore princess Heidi Evetts
escorted by Jim Stevens and junior
princess Shannon Cernick escorted
by Brad Kaasa. Senior royalty con-
sisted of princess Dana Danielson
escorted by Chris Eads, princess
Melinda Horiuci escorted by Alan
Lind, princess Jane Briggs escorted
by Dale Harris, princess Kelly Willig
escorted by Chanse Rogers and
princess Diana Jackson escorted by
Spenc lacolucci. Laura White, the
returning queen from 1979 was
escorted by Jeff Hendrickson. Tam-
mie Adams our 1982 queen was
escorted by Ken Johnson.
. . . HUMECDM 1982
Poge 68: 13 A Mounr Si ployer goes in for
the ottock on o Rom. 23 The undercloss
royolty woirs for the seniors ro orrive on
sroge. 33 Mount Si receives the boil in o
winning gome. Poge 69: 17 Tommie
Adams smiles os she occepts her crown.
2D Alon Lind ond Melindo Horiuchi on-
ricipote the crowning of the queen. 33
The royolty receives flowers before the
queen is onnounced.
DANCE CIQAZE . . .
This yeor Mount Si students hod
mony opportunities to "rock out"
ofter footboll ond bosketboll
gomes. There wos o lorge turnout
ot most of the donces ond the
sponsors mode substontiol profits.
The bond voried from the
"Heovy Metol" of "Prowler" to
the "New Wave" of "The Allies."
There wos olso o donce with
recorded music ond o light show
sponsored by- KNBQ rodio ond the
closs of 84.
This yeor's speciol donces includ-
ed o Holloween costume donce
ond the semi-formol Homecoming
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Weber exomines Donald Duck with the
help of Heidi Welling ond Cherie Hoos.
2? Andreo Robertiello "gets down" with
Goofy ot the Holloween donce. SD An
unknown monster hounts the Hollo-
ween donce. 47 Everyone hos o greot
time ot the KNBQ donce. Poge 71: 19
Julie Ferrier doesn't believe thot Bob
Emery is scheduled for o check-up. 25 A
Mount Si fovorite, "Prowler" rocks our
school ogoin. 33 Jim Sonders con't seem
to find 0 doncing portner in this crowd.
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The cheerleoding squod, led by
odvisor Mrs. Eloine Clifford, did on
outstonding job roising school spirit
ond running the pep ossemblies.
New this yeor wos the spirit
boord. The gool of the boord wos
to involve more people in plonning
ond running the ossemblies.
ln o chonge from previous yeors,
oll the cheerleoders ot every foot-
boll gorne, ond rototed between
bosketboll ond wrestling.
At cheerleoding comp the group
wos one of five out of o totol of 75
thot received the leodership pen-
nont oworded for outstonding
leodership skills exhibited during the
Tomi Jones olso commented, "I
feel thot the squod worked well
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Page 72: 15 Pauline Salois and Kathy Tolleth run through their cheers ata
football game. 25 Cheerleaders: Top row: Kathy Tolleth, Tami Jones,
Dalin Overbay. Middle row: Joyce Carlson, Shannon Cernick, Mindy
Carr, Pauline Salois, Gayle Grina. Bottom row: Lori Johnson. Page 73: 19
Cheerleaders warm up before an assembly. 25 Kathy Tolleth and Joyce
Carlson, "Did you forget your cheers?" 39 Joyce Carlson teaches Shan-
non Cernick to fly. 43 Cheerleaders discuss who will lead the "Rooster"
DDILI. TEAM . . .
The drill teom worked
throughout the yeor on
developing new routines for the
pep ossemblies, bosketboll
gomes, ond focing the cold
weather ot our home footboll
gomes. Under the instruction of
Ms. Ott, the drill teom entertoin-
ed the students through the
The moin gool for the drill
teom seemed to be, get
superior roting ot the store com-
petition. Most of the members
joined drill teom.for the donce
proctice ond the experience. The
drill teom olso known os the Mt.
Si Misticots, think of their instructor
just os onother Misticot. Ms. Ott
thought thot the teom improved
on: shorpness, teom unity, pride,
ond individuol lesson in respon-
sibility ond commitment.
74 Drill Team
Poge 741 13 Proctice mokes perfect Miss Ort. QD
Smile Shonnon Lemoine you're on Drill teom.
SD Drill teom stonds reody for oction.
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tion. 35 Con you touch your nose to the floor Joy Hoffman? 45 Are
you out of step, Deonno Rynolds?
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The 1982 Varsity football season
has been an exciting one, with
many of the players winning
awards and honors. The patrons
who went to the games, home
and away, enjoyed watching
some truely WILD Cats play.
Mt. Si Scoreboard
Mt. Si. 7 Bainbridge O
Mt. Si. 14 Cen. Kitsap' O
Mt. Si. 14 Enumclaw 24
Mt. Si. 31 Seqium 7
Mt. Si. 14 Tyee O
Mt. Si. 31 Fife 18
Mt. Si. 21 Mt. Rainier 7
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Mt. Rainier 18-21
Coaching the J.V. football team,
Mr. Clifford led the players through
a great season. When asked what
his goals were for the team during
1982 he replied, "To play the most
kids possible and give them some
experience. Also to have a winning
season." In addition, he added that
most of the goals were met. One
of the players, Bryon Norris further
stated, "lt was a really fun
Page 80: 15 The J.V. football team poses
for a portrait. 25 Players practice the fun-
damentals of tackling. -39 Steve Ray ex-
periences the agony of defeat. 47 The
Wildcats rush on to victory.
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Whot hoppens when two
freshmen get together on one
field? The result is the Frosh Touch
not o winning seoson, but definitely
exciting footboll. Highlighting the
seoson were two fumbles
recovered by Dennis Riley in one
gome ond four interceptions, one
fumble recovery by Fronk Feldor
ogoinst Fife ond one lorge bump
on Jerry Bennett's heod.
Defensive Cooch Berndt thought
the defense ployed tough oll
seoson while speciol teoms cooch
Gollowoy thought thot the kick off
teom or the Komokoszi's ployed
Receiving owords for the teom
were John Botten ond Don Horris,
Co-coptoins, Jerry Bennett, Most ln-
spirotionolg ond Dennis Riley, Most
Improved. Summing up the seoson
cooch Gollowoy soid, "Mr. Berndt
ond I ore proud of the ployers for
stoying out o difficult seoson."
19 The mighty freshmen tockle o Fife
ployer. 29 The offensive prepores to run
the "option." 35 The Mount Si Freshmon
footboll teom stonds proud.
Freshmen Football 81
For the first time, volleyball
mode it to distrkt playoffs. Ranked
number 4 in the Seamont League,
the talented 'Cots beat Sealth, the
number 1 team in the King-Co
League. Most of the girls con-
sidered this the highlight of the
Winning seemed to come easy
to the teom and after a successful
game they would receive a pre-
sent from Coach Ott. Presents in-
cluded food, games, and towels
with their names printed on them.
The team olso gave presents to
their coach if they lost. One of the
gifts was a song which received
excellent reviews from the Mount
Rainer football team.
Finishing their season 9-7, 4th in
district, and only 2 points from
state, this team left their mark in
Mount Si's Volleyball history.
15 Liso Ackerman jumps up to block, but
she can't seem to find the ball. 27 Lisa
Riley points the way . . . CD . . . but her
team-mates have other ideas. 45 Coach
Ott, Toni Hamilton, Kim Coleman, Kelly
Willig, Jane Briggs, Loni Dellinger, Liso
Ackerman, Judy Breeden, Kris Willig,
Liso Riley and Tino Holtzer show off their
new towels. 53 The volleyball team
shows us o new side of their character.
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17 J.V. Volleyboll Teom: Shelly Rhynolds, B. J. Reynolds, Liso Ander-
son, Soroh Keller, Kim Hickenbottom, Michoelle Browers, Joy Hoff-
mon, Noelle Pieper, Melindo Burrell, Gonerre Worn, Jockie Reznlck,
Julie Horschel. 25 See Soroh Keller serve. SD Jockie Reznick counts her
. . . TAKE SECDN
-I-M Mi Rainier 15-10, 15-5
Tyee 15-1, 15-10
Enumclow 15-10, 15-10
Fife 15-11, 15-11
15-10, 8-15, 15-7
Tohomo 11-15, 15-6, 12-15
13-15, 15-7, 13-15
The J.V. Volleyboll teom proved
to be one of the best in the school's
history. Five returning ployers ond
five tolented freshmen took second
"ln my four yeors ot Mount Si
this hos to be one of the finest
squods I've ever hod." com-
mented cooch Reynolds.
13 When BJ. Reynolds tollss, everyone listens! 23 Joy Hoffmon knows how to
serve too. 83 lnspirotionol ployer, Joy Hoffmon inspires Noelle Pieper on!
J.V. Volleyball 85
CDDSS CDIJNTIQY . . .
Pg. 86: 15 Cross Country reom poses for
o group shot. 25 Just onother long, hord
run for Bob Fortner. 33 Jeremy Rene,
Jeff Emonuel, ond Bob Fortner leop post
Tohomo's teorn runner. Pg. 67: 'D Jeff
Ernonuel proctices for o one-legged
roce. 27 Chris Roddewig doesn't wont to
be bothered with signing outogrophs. SD
Heidi Evetts is oheod of her opponents,
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This yeor's cross country teom
wosn't the biggest, but they got
the job done. Leoding the teom to
victories ond records, wos their
cooch, Mr. Odmon. The top girls in
cross country were Heidi Evetts ond
Cothy Scott. The top boys were
Bob Fortner, Jeff Emonuel ond
Jeremy Rene. Overoll it wos o
good yeor with more individuol
success thon usuol.
Most inspirotionol were Jeff
Emonuel ond Heidi Evetts. Cooch
Odmon stored, "When oll five top
vorsity boy runners were present,
the guys were 'tough os noils!"
Mike Chondler commented, "With
o few more bodies out, Mt. Si will
definitely be contenders in the
yeors to come."
Cross Country 87
GIIQLS SDCCEIQ . . .
The Girls' soccer teom truly found
soccer to be o kick in the gross this
seoson. Cooch Morrisey replied
thot there were mony inspiring
ployers this yeor. Mony new
ployers did on outstonding job. The
most inspirotionol ployer wos Melin-
do Horiuchi. Most voluoble wos
Kirsten Konoposki ond the most im-
proved, Melony Horiuchi. "l'm pro-
ud of them," commented Mr.
Poge 88: 13 Girls' soccer teom Jill
Loskody, Cooch Bob Morrisey, Louro
Grohom, Melony Horiuchi, Lisl Mofli, Col-
lette Roddewig, Nicki Conklin, Corolyn
Gole, Kirsten Konoposki, Julie Fury,
Moryleo Lillejord, Becky Sole, Trocy
Rousseou, Moniko Dujmovic, Melindo
Horiuchi, Jill Dovidson, Tommie Adoms,
ond Betty Schiesser. Not pictured: Kerry
Stillwell ond Lori Strotron. 25 The soccer
teom clowns oround.
88 Girls' Soccer
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GULF TEES DFI:
The golf teom this yeor wos
older ond hod more experience.
Morlin Jensen wos cooch ond
members were juniors Rich Cor-
michoel, Bob Emery, Kurt Fury,
Wode Iocolucci ond Louri Storooslip
sophomores Brion Colvin, Dorrin
Mortin, Dorryl Mortin, Erik Steorns
ond Tony Wilkersong Freshmon Kurt
The teom wos successful in
ochieving their gools even if the
seoson record wos not outstanding.
Their gools were to get everyone
on the teom to improve his! her
score ond send golfers to compete
in the district ond store
Junior Wode Iocolucci won the
Ieogue medolist tournoment, then
went to the district tournoment ond
wos co-medoiist. In the spring he
competed in the stote tournoment.
The golf teom voted Wode
Iocolucci os coptoin. Sophomore
Dorryl Mortin wos voted os
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standing ore Brion Colvin, Erik Steorns, Louri Storoosli, Mr. Morlin Jensen, Kurt Fury, Wode locolucci ond Rich
Kneeling ore Kurt Fykerud, Tony Wilkerson, Dorryl Mortin, Dorrin Mortin ond Bob Emery. Poge 91 1D Rich
tokes time out to dig for buried treasure in the sond trop. 27 Kurt Fury loses his iron on this owesome sw-
. SD Erik Steorns corefully putts the boil os teommote Wode locolucci colculotes the outcome.
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92 Varsity Boys' Basketball
The Varsity Boys' Basketball
worked on playing with team ef-
fort this season. Coach Cloakey ad-
ded, "The team became better
disciplined at playing in this
fashion." Whatever the team was
doing, it worked. Although they
started out slow, they soon picked
up winning speed. One player,
Spence lacolucci, commented,
"When we worked together in
games, we seemed to be pretty
Enumclaw 53 65
Tyee 50 59
Fife 59 53
Mt. Rainier 42 46
Liberty 82 55
Tahoma 64 60
Enumclaw 61 63
Tyee 43 48
Fife 52 57
Mt. Rainier 49 43
Liberty 49 50
Tahoma 67 63
Page 92: 15 Matt Thompson effectively
handles the ball while Wade Iacolucci
hurries to help. 25 Dale Harris and Mike
Estes stretch their talents to new limits. 35
Wade lacolucci leaps into the air to
release a beautiful shot. Page 93: 13
Matt Thompson gracefully slips the ball
into the hoop. 27 One Wildcat player
aggressively reaches for the basketball
while the others prepare to retrieve it.
Varsity Boys 93
VAIQS 17' GIIQLS
Varsity Girls' Basketball had an
exciting season coached by Hep-
worth. The team strove "to im-
prove the skill level of each in-
dividual to a point where they
each felt they had a special role to
make our team successful," said
Hepworth. The girls placed in
Enumclaw 42 41
Tyee 45 49
Fife 84 20
Mt. Rainier 52 22
Liberty 38 23
Tahoma 38 48
Enumclaw 46 83
Tyee 33 27
Fife 55 39
Mt. Rainier 48 47
Liberty 58 41
Tahoma 52 61
94 Varsity Girls' Basketball
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Poge 94: 15 Liso Donoh steps into oction
while Loni Dellinger helps out. QD The
Wildcats plon their ottock for o jump boll
situotion. Poge 95: 15 TOP: Loni Dellihger,
Kerry Stillwell, Liso Riley, Liso Donoh MID-
DLE: Kirsten Konoposlsi, Kristi Stermetz, BJ.
Schiesser, Judy Breeden BOTTOM: Cooch
Hepworth, Heidi Evetts, Kelly O'Donnell,
Tino Holtzher. 25 Kristi Stermetz expertly
dribbles ogoinst her opponent, 85 Kerry
Stillwell wotches Judy Breeden toke olm
for on importont foul shot.
Vorsity Girls' Bosketoll 95
.V. ACT DN
JV boy's bosketboll teom,
cooched by Mr. Spolding, set gools
of improving individuol bosketboll
skills, winning over holf the gome
ond the Sulton Tournoment. The
chompionship gome of this tourno-
ment wos ogoinst Monroe. Twelve
points down ot the stort of the
fourth quorter, Mt. Si ottoclsed with
o full court, mon-to-mon defense.
The pressure wos too QFGOT for
Monroe ond Mt. Si won 57-53. lt
wos the seoson's high point.
Enurnclow 59-84 64-67
Tyee 54-55 56-63
Fife 52-55 39-38
Mt. Rolnier 33-55 44-51
Liberty 59-65 52-57
Tohomo 48-68 56-38
Poge 96: 13 J.V. Bosketboll shows their
stripes. 27 Troy Bodey outjurnps the op-
ponents. 35 Opponents concentrote on
Donny Corpenter. 45 Tohorno ployers
ottock Jim Stevens. C53 Troy Bodey struts
down the court.
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The J.V. girls' bosketboll teorn
storted out being o very young
ond inexperienced teom. But
Miller hod hopes, Being his first
yeor cooching girls' bosketboll he
inspired us to reoch deep down in-
side ond ploy with our heorts, ond
put out 1102, The seoson storted
out rough, losing the firsf five
gomes, they were oll close fought
motches to Triple A schools. Then
come leogue, ond did we cotne
on strong. We only lost three
gomes ofter the first five ond oll 14
of us ployed olmost every gome.
Miller hod high gools set for his
teom ond they were oll met.
Leoding scores were Tornrny
Johnson ond Missy Hepworth olso
the leoding rebounder.
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shoot even if the referee doesn't.
2D A smoll but enthusiostic ou-
dience, 35 Kim Hiclsenbottom con-
centrotes for one point. 43 The
young but ombitious J.V. Bosket-
boll teorn with Cooch Miller.
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Bosketboll teom come through the
seoson with on even omount of
wins ond losses. Considering the
hord work ond effort thot wos put
into the teom this yeor. Mr. Venn,
the teom's cooch wos hoppy thot
the teom did so well. Most of the
teom members thought thot the
teom hod o greot yeor ond were
proud to hove ployed for the Mt. Si
teom. Everyone of the members
porticipoted throughout the bosket-
boll seoson ond were glod to hove
been o port of their '82-83'
Freshmon Bosketboll teom.
The Freshmon Boslsetboll teom scored
Mt. Si vs.
Mt. Roiner 52-45
Mt. Roiner 54-56
Poge 98: 15 Kevin Elliot prepores for the
gome to stort. 25 Jon Botton tolks to
teomotes obout their leod. SD Louis
Anderson moves post his Tyee oppo-
nent for on ottempted bosket. 45 Mr.
Venn folks to the freshmen teom obout
their victory over Fife.
98 Freshmon Bosketboll
The J.V. Wrestlers mode it
through onother yeor successfully.
Although they oll didn't moke it to
the Stote Tournoment they oll sup-
ported the wrestlers thot did moke
it. The seoson ended with three
wins ond five losses. Overoll the
J.V. teom hod o good yeor with
cooch, Tim Berndt.
The teom scores ore os follows:
Mt. Si vs.
Mt. Roiner 18-35
Poge 99: 17 J.V. Wrestlers, Top row: Kenny
Johnson, John Pike, Bort Kelley, Borry Giles.
Bottom row: Somuel Adoms, Richord
Newton, Croig Homilton, Jerry Bennett. 25
Borry Giles shows us his superstrength. 39
John Pike ottempts to pin his opponent. 47
Shown Grohom trys to get his opponent to
the floor. 55 Croig Homilton shows us one
of his holds. 65 This is whot becomes of his
J.V. Wrestling 99
WIQESTLI . . . "-
The vorsity wrestling teom hod two
gools for the yeor: to continue the winning
trodition ond to copture o Seomount
Leogue chompionship. With on experienc-
ed cooching stoff, olumnus Greg "Cooch
Minnow" Hort joining veterons Tim "Cooch
Trout" Berndt ond Dick "Cooch Bullheod"
Compbell, the Cots did whot they set out
to do. They wrestled their woy to o 10-2
duol motch record which wos good
enough to toke first ploce in the leogue,
olong with Tohomo.
Their ottitude con best be seen when
looking ot the Tohomo motch. The Cots
were oble to upset the fovored Beors 28-
27 for o shore of the leogue chompionship.
The greotest thing obout it wos thot every
wrestler, win or lose, did his port for the
Mount Si vs.:
Roosevelt 45- 6 Enumclow
Sommomish 30-27 Fife
Lindberg 34-21 Mt. Roiner
Fronlslin Pierce 28-33 Liberty
Bellevue 42-25 Redmond
Tyee 62-12 Tohomo
15 Dovid Moses is reody to pounce on his opponent. 25 Sho
sits down on the job, 33 A Mt. Si wrestler hos met his motch
Donny Wilbur shows us his moves.
17 Mt. Si Wrestlers: Doniel Wilbur, Guy Ketzenberg, Dovid Moses,
Steve Heitmon, Tim Glover, Toby Eofon, Jim Griffin, Shown Grohom,
Thomos Morum, Jim Bennett, Chonse Grohom, Donny Robinson, ond
Pete Glover. 25 Dovid Moses scores ogoin.
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The Pep Club stressed involve-
ment this yeor ond got results.
With enthusiostic officers like
president Tommie Adoms, vice
president Debbie Ridgley,
treosurer Amy Shultz, ond
secretory Amondo Songren,
they orgonized rooter buses to
oll owoy footboll gomes, sold
Pep Club sweoters, put up more
signs in the holls, ond sought to
increose the use of the Student
Center. All this ond more: with
better publicity, odvisor Eloine
Clifford ond these dedicoted
students not only improved sup-
port for the footboll teom ond
other sports, but improved the
entire school's otmosphere os
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104 Pep Club
Poge 1041 15 We knew thot you were invited
Pep Club Joson Hurst, but does thot include tl'
girls' locker room? 25 The Pep Club.
Page 105: 1D Amy Shulfz exploins the proper woy
to poinr cones. 23 Bill Robey prepores to roke o
"bite" our of Kelly Eby ond Joy Hoffmon.
Pep Club 105
AFS is something completely
different this yeor, in foct, it is
now colled lnternotionol Club.
The club's gools for this yeor
were to support foreign ex-
chonge students, promote
culturol oworeness ot Mt. Si, ond
plon internotionol exchonges for
next yeor. The club would be
restructured ond o newsletter
published. Along with these
gools the club hod severol oc-
tivities which included o potluck,
o rollerskoting porty, bowling,
ond folk doncing. Plonned for this
spring is on internotionol
weekend trip to Victorio. The
club encouroged students ond
stoff to get involved in forming
meoningful ond enlightening
relotionships with students of
15 Our illustrious AFS Club: Noelle Piper, Monico Gehrts, Teruyo Kon-
do Ooponb, Advisor Mr. Tilton, Lillio Rosoles CVenezueloD, Roxonne
Pew, Louro Brown, Lynn Hindes. 2D Lillio Rosoles from
Venezuelo, shows Tilton how to soy hello. 39 Mr. Tilton
the comero his Iody-killing look ond posture. 43 Lindo Lo
- Lynn CHindesD the mouth.
Germon Club hos been very oc-
tive this yeor. They've received
tremendous support from oll grode
levels ond from odults like Mrs. Gigli
ond Mrs. Dujmovic. Selling gummi
beors, odvent colendors, ond
Volentine's bolloons hove been
very successful, ond will be opplied
to long term gools, like on ex-
chonge to Germony. Activities
hove included on Oktoberfest bosh
with Burlington, o Foshing donce
ond dinner, ond o plonned Moyfest
donce ond dinner, olong with o trip
to Leovenworth, ond cross-country
skiing in lote Februory.
Page 107: 13 Roxonne Pew ond-Mrs. Du-
jmovic discuss Twiggy's lederhose. 25 Of-
ficers: PR. Down Eorl, Pres. Moniko Du-
jmovic, Treos.!Sec. Noelle Pieperg V.P.
Chris Brown. C35 Herr Tilton does his
Walter von der Vogelweider irnitotion.
47 Noelle Pieper ond Moniko Dujmovic
look toword Leovenworth.
Germon Club 107
HDNDIQ SDC E17 . . .
Honor Society hod o whole new
look this yeor. The most noticeoble
chonge being thot it is twice the
size it hos been in post yeors. Ad-
visors Bob Odrnon ond Dennis
Doigler, president Mike Chondler,
vice president Jeff Hendrickson,
secretory Kelly Willig, ond treosurer
Monico Gehrts worked hord to br-
ing the group out of debt, develop
sociol interoction ond be of service
to them school ond community.
The group porticipoted in on initio-
tion potluck, cookbook soles ond
the "Nutcracker" bollet.
'Ib Honor Society poses for o group shot. 23 Shonnon Blozino
reveols her inner feelings obout Honor Society. SD Ken
Johnson shows thot you don't hove to be ot Forrells to rnoke
o pig of yourself.
108 Honor Society
. . CUTS I-IE MUS ADD
1D Advisor Bob Odrnon polishes ond shines. '27 Co-odvisor
Dennis Doigler, olios Mephistopheles, tempts Honor Society
students with one yeor of A.P. English. 35 Koren Elliot
wonders whot she is doing here. 45 Cothy Scott gozes into
Honor Society 109
MEXICO AGA N.
This year's travellers to
Mexico will spend time in
Mexico City, Merida, Uxmal,
Chichen ltza, and Cozumel.
They will be able to tour
Chapultepec Park, see incredi-
ble pyramids and temples,
and enjoy the hot climate.
The club is not only for
travelling. Many students
have achieved honors outside
of Mt. Si. Lynn Hindes, one of f
many Spanish Club students to
rank in the National Spanish
Test, Said, "Even though l
didn't get to go to Mexico, I
had a lot of fun participating in
the social activities."
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13 Spanish class learns what confusion is all about. 25 Mrs. D
and her kids. All 12 of them. 39 Charlie Oliver and friend are
enthusiastic. 45 Brian Norman repeats his lessons while Eric
Johnson contemplates the theory of relativity.
110 Spanish Club
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The FFA, under the leodership of
president Kelly Eby, vice president
Duddley Thompson, secretory
Robin Krouse, ond treosurer Dorcy
Kobloth, sought to improve hor-
ticulture ond forestry skills. These
enthusiostic horticulture students
helped odvisor Mr. Mortell in
orgonizing o pizzo feed for his
students, ond they ore plonning o
field trip to Butchort Gordens in Vic-
torio B.C. Though they've hod o
lote stort, the FFA is progressing
quite ropidly towords their gools,
which include o plont sole ot the
end of the yeor, ond ore engoged
in more octivities thon post yeors.
f ,f I A ,I T
19 Mike Dolon ond Deon Dillmon wonder if onything is grow-
ing yet. 27 I use Tidy Cot in my cot's litter box, exploins Mr.
Morrell. 35 Those oren't noil clippers Richord Benden! 45 Alon
Reznick prepores his flot for o project.
BDA NS A
The Moth Club, heoded by Mr.
Morion held mony meetings thot
gove the Moth Club o chonce to
get things plonned. Unfortunotely
they didn't become known to the
Annuol Stoff. The Science Club hod
o chonce to do things twice
becouse of the odvisors being swit-
ched ot the semester. Mr. Berndt
left ot the semester to toke
onother job in Kent. Then come in,
Mr. Ribetoy, who brought the club
olive ond plonned lots of new ond
exciting things for the Science Club.
Poge 112: 1D The Moth Club, Top Row: Mr.
Motion, Dovid Mosher, Michele Melde,
Mike Chondler, Bret Bottey, Andy Jones,
Bottom Row: Dovid Meyers, Lonnie
Snyder, Stor Collins, Ingrid Christen, Jeffery
Dickmon, Roxonne Pew, Gory Christen,
ond Aurthor Pollord. 23 Con Bret Bottey
reolly be confused? 35 Science Club, Lynn
Hindes, Kotherine Trocy, Monico Gehrts,
Cotherine Sheo, ond Mike Chondler. 45
Science Club working on something else
112 Moth ond Science Club
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serve. 23 Rich Cormichoel.
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The Mount Si Tennis Teom ron
into some tough competition in
their '83 seoson, borely losing the
mojority of their motches with o
3-4 record. However, the vorsity
ployers ore looking forword to
the leogue, district, ond stote
tournoments coming up. Ployers
who sow oction this yeor were,
Seniors - Jeff Hendrickson, Lynn
Hindes, ond Joon Rice, Juniors -
Kie Robinson, Rich Cormichoel,
Dolin Overboy, Pouline Solois,
Debbie Ross ond Chorlie Oliver,
Sophomores - Tiffony Strobel,
Dorrin Mortin, ond Lonnie Snyder,
ond Freshmon - Sherie Richter.
Since only three ployers will be
groduoting, Cooch Morrell will be
looking forword to hoving o
strong returning teom next yeor.
Poge 115: 19 Chorlie Oliver, did your
rocket breok down ogoin? 23 Do the
tennis hustle! SD Cooch Mortell ond
Derek Hurst go over finol ottock plons.
45 Lonnie Snyder through the doors of
life. 59 Pouline Solois beots her rocket.
Tennis 1 15
V RSITY BASEB
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Poge 116: 15 First row: Cooch Hort, Rondy Curtis, Chonse Rogers, Curtis
Ammons, Dole Horris, Normon Force, Fred Argelon, Don Gobel, Bob Mor-
sholl, Cooch Miller. Second row: Donny Robinson, Brion McNelly, Stocy
Smith, Tom Duvoll Morls Simpson, Chis Eods, Steve Venero. 23 Running to
the infield, Chris Eods finds himself lost in concentrotion. SD Stocy Smith proc-
tices up on his boseboll skills. Poge 1171 1DMorl4 Simpson disciplines himself
through onother demonding proctice. QD A boseboll finds itself clutched in
the powerful hond of Rondy Curtis. C33 Steve Venero corefully prepores to
help the Wildcots overwhelm their opponents.
116 Vorsity Boseboll
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WI DS UP
Varsity Baseball was
coached this year by Mr. Miller.
When aslsed what his goals
were for the season, Miller
replied, "To teach the athletes
to play baseball as it should be
played while being the most
aggressive team on the field."
During the season, participants
exhibited a real interest in
learning more about the sport.
Good leadership also surfaced.
ln particular, Dale Harris and
Chris Eads stand out as college
prospects. All in all, the season
proved to be an exciting and
MT. Sl VS:
ESC 1 5-20
Wenatchee 6-12, 9-10
Mt. Rainier 3-10
Varsity Baseball 1 17
Development of strong fun-
damentals was stressed by the
J.V. Baseball team this year in or-
der to help the players reach their
potential. The team is "improving
gradually" according to Brian
Grassi, at Mt. Si. Summing up the
season, said Grassi: 'We really
have made excellent strides this
Page 118: 13 Top row: John Pike, Kevin
Elliott, Dennis Reilly, Richard Golhke,
Donald Harris, and Coach Brian Grassi.
Page 118: 13 Bottom row: Mike Beck-
man, Tedd Schictley, Matt Bonaudi,
Dave Caperon, Robert Curtis, Mark
Hellman. 29 Rick Gohlke is lined up fora
perfect catch. 83 Steve Ray takes aim for
a homer. 43 Coach Grassi, are you going
to be another Babe Ruth? 53 Mike
Beckman is ready for a line drive. 65
Kevin Elliott is going to catch another
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outstonding othletic seoson. The
moin gool of the cooch wos to
cultivote the skills of the younger
ployers, preporing them for od-
voncement in the progrom.
For the J.V. teom this hos been
the lorgest turnout yet. Cooch
Tilton soid "There's o greot deol
of tolent on this teom. There ore
mony freshmen with tremendous
potentiolf' The teom hod o
rother disoppointing yeor with o
record of O-11, olthough they
come close o couple of times.
Poge 119: 13 1st row: Keith Hicks, 2nd
row. Cooch Tilton, Kevin Gregory, Tom
Corr, Borry Giles, Mike Oster, Chuck
Hollowell, Bort Kelly, Ed Cossody, Chris Eby,
Mike Gotewood, Todd Reno, Joson Busby,
Grd row: John Johnson, Rob Crittenden,
Dorek Schiesser, Herby Jones, Jim
Mognuson, Rondy Gosper, 4th row. Chris
Mortin. QD Mt. Si's J.V. Soccer teom con't
quite figure out where the other teom is.
33 Mike Moses struggles to kick the soccer
boll. AJ Cooch TiIton's Alcotroz mug shot. 55
Joson Busby demonstrotes o flying kick.
J.V. Soccer 1 19
RSITY SOCCER . . . I
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while Alon Lind, olso o mid- Q 3 , , Wt y gg,
fielder, received All-Leogue irrii U
Honoroole Mention. Soid y
Cooch Mork Venn, "Ourteom is ll J riiii V ' r ' 531,32 itfi if" S ' if 'M' A ""W'Wi
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roots his teom on. 35 Eric Steorns grobs the
boil to prevent o gool. 47 Neno Pribic hos o
penolty kick. 5? Jon Botton dribbles up the
120 Vorsity Soccer
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AD Alon Lind goes for o corner kick. 53 Did you just get o
new Toyoto, Eric Steorns?
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FELI ES . . .
Mt. Si Girls' Track team was
off to a slow start due to its
being such a young team.
Coaches have tried a new
procedure this year. They have
combined the boys' and girls'
track teams in practices. Each
coach has taken one part of
track, and coached it all
season. As Shannon Cernick put
it, "lt's a lot better this year
because you get more in-
dividual attention. Guys are a
lot of fun. They're encouraging,
and always trying to make you
do better. We're like a big
family - everyone gets along
'We've been working real
hard," Cathy Scott commen-
ted, "but we just haven't been
having good meets. Mainly
because there are no home
meets, so we never have the
advantage of people cheering
122 Girls' Track
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Poge 122. 13 Heidi CLowdiD Evetts shows us the ogony of run-
ning. 23 So Shonnon Cernick bought herself o rooster. 37 Borb
Henderson proctices the perfect pose for trock ond field. 43
Borbie Roy comes in for o londing. Poge 123. 1DTeorn mem-
bers include, lst row. S. Cernick, D. Schweitzer, B. Roy, L.
Ackermon, G. Grino, C. Scott, K. Willig. 2nd row. B. Hender-
son, B. Auckermon, J. Conyocla, M. Dujrnovic, D. McNeeIy, C.
Roddewig, K. Willig, S. Keller. Grd row: D. Eorl, N. Woodwicls,
J. Erwin, A. Sukut, L. Rogers, H. Evetts. 2DCothy Scott looks
somewhere over the roinbow. 83 Liso Rogers does the
"steepIe chose." 45 Sorcih Keller throws up.
Girls Track 123
BOYS' TRACK . . .
Becouse of the deploroble
condition of the trock, there
were no home meets this yeor,
but thot did not stop boys' trock
from hoving o productive
seoson. Cooch Johnston's moin
gool this seoson wos to oid the
othletes in improvement of
their skills in individuol events. J
"Different othletes hove been ' '
successful in different meets,"
commented Cooch Johnston.
He olso stoted thot outstonding
trockmen, including Robert
McCorty, Spenc locolucci, Dove
McDoniel, Bill Robey ond Eric
Johnson, should go for in post-
seoson competition to district
ond stote meets.
Poge 124: 1D Louis Anderson concentrotes on put-
ting the pole in ploce. 23 Dorryl Mortin, hove you
inherited Pinnochio's nose? 39 Mike Chondler tokes
o deoth defying jump os Liso Ackermon looks on.
47 Did you forget your Old Spice this morning,
Dovid McDoniels? Poge 125, 1D Boys' trock
gothers for o group shot. 23 Eric Johnson winds up
for the throw. SD Dorryl Mortin is omozed ot Louis
Anderson's obility to stop in midoir.
124 Boys' Track
RUNS, JUMPS, THROWS
GIRLS SWING FOR . . .
John Roeber returned from
lost yeor to cooch the vorsity
softboll teom ogoin this
seoson, olong with Morls
Robitoy os ossistont cooch. Thir
ty-two girls tried out for 14
Among the returning girls ore
Jone Briggs ond Tommie
Adoms os teom coptoins, Kelly
Adcox to pitcher, Liso Riley ot
left field, ond B.J. Schiesser
returned to left center field.
When oslsed obout teom
gools, Mr. Roeber onswered,
"Just to repeot os leogue chomps
ond represent our school ot the
stote AAA-AA Tournomentf'
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Poge 126: 13 Teom Picture: Top left, Kothy Stollmon,
Jonette Hoglund, Liso Donoh, B.J. Schiesser, Judy
Breeden, Liso Riley, Kerry Stillwell, Tommy Johnson,
Cooch Roeber. Bottom row: Tommie Adoms, Jone
Briggs, Dionne Joclsson, Kelly Adcox, Donoree
Choinord. 25 Kelly Adcox concentrotes on releosing
the boil. SD Kerry Stillwell lost the boll in the dust. 43
Jonette l-loglund is reody for oction. Poge 1271 13 Liso
Riley hits onother home run. 25 Jone Briggs stretches
for the boil. BD Cooch Robitoy dreoms of being o
professionol softboll ployer. 43 Tommie Adoms pon-
ders on where to throw the boil. 53 Jone Briggs tosses
Cooch Roeber the boil os Kelly Adcox positions her-
126 Vorsity Girls' Softboll
Vorslty Girls Softball 127
SWINGING Pon FU :
All sorts of new foces showed
up for Junior Vorsity Softboll this
yeor. For the first time, Mr. Jen-
sen decided to cooch the girls
ond wos very impressed with
their tolent ond spirit. He od-
ded, "To hove more girls out
for softboll ond to give them
the skills necessory ond
knowledge of the gome to
odvonce to o Vorsity position,"
ore his objectives for the
seoson. 'With three yeors of
softboll left, most of them Cthe
girls? will ploy Vorsity Softbollf'
he continued. Yes, J.V. Softboll
does seem to hove token o
swing for the better this yeor.
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Poge 128: 17 First row: Nicole Boker,
JoDee Houstveit, Missy Hepworth,
Terry West. Second row: Tino Holt-
zner, Liso Goudy, Kim Hickenbottom,
Trocy Borter, Tommy Triplett. Third
row: Heidi Ostergord, Lono Nicholos,
Kerri Schlicting, Cothy Roddewig,
Jeonne Miller, Liz Nykreim. Fourth
row: Joy Hoffmon, Lilo Hond, Julie
Gephort, Kelly Overboy, Cooch
Miller. 23 Tommy Triplett swings in
perfect form. SD Diligently wotching,
Tino Holtzner holds control over her
port of the outfield. 43 Active softboll
ployers keep their skills finely tuned
through much proctice.
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Ski Club went literolly downhill
this yeor! President Lynn Hindes,
directors John Roeber ond Bill
Holsteod got them up to the moun-
toins first, though, ond with eorly
snow it hos proved to be o good
yeor. The Ski Club consisted of 28
members, who oll put in o lot of
time ond effort on fund roising,
which included selling progroms ot
bollgomes. With this money ond o
S25 membership fee the club hod
o pizzo bosh ond took six trips to
the locol ski resorts. They olso hove
o spring trip to Crystol Mountoin
Poge 113: 1D Some of Ski Club woiting to go
skiing, Brod Honkins, Bryon Wyrsch, Mork
Enebrod, Stephen Croner, Rob Crispen, lef-
ferey Dickmon, Derek Lendy. 27 Brod
Honkins, con't you get your foot in the
boot? OD Heidi Jeffery is going up the hill
the hord woy. 45 Mike Beckmon stropping
in for o ride he'll never forget. 55 Jefferey
Dickmon con't woit to hit the slopes.
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TODAY'S MT. Sl
With every chonge there is o
new beginning. Tolls to this yeor's
foreign exchonge students: Teruyo
Kondo, Lilio Psosoles, or Emmonuel
Pordo. They con tell you obout
chonges, growth, beginnings. Tolls
to freshmen ond to seniors obout-
whot is new, who is new, ond
whot we hove oil occomplished.
They hove different ideos ond dif-
ferent gools, but the underlying ot-
titude is the some. Beginning.
Teochers thot hove seen the
trees grow out front tell you obout
chonges. They will point out their
young ossociotes with their new
ideos ond ombitions, tolls obout the
Closses they hove seen grow from
freshmon to senior ogoin. Every
chonge denotes on end, ond
every end herolds o new
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spoon. Voliey tolk, orginoted from
Moon Unit Zoppo's "VolIey Girl,"
wos one of the biggest fods this
yeor. Diet Coke wos olso big os
wos onything with heorts. Portoble
cossette ployers known os
"woIkmons" could be seen ond
heord in the holls ond in the
clossrooms. Anything hoving to do
with Gorfield, E.T. or Smurfs wos o
big hit. As hemlines got shorter so
did hoirstyles. Both guys ond girls
kept the Iocoi hoirdresser busy.
Stickers were stuck on olmost
everything ond tootsie pops were
the hottest item from the student
store. New wove groups such os
the Stroy Cots, Pretenders ond Miss-
ing Persons were fods on the music
scene. Borf me out.
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In 1983 if you didn't weor Levi's
you weren't in. Storting with the
feet you hod o choice of vons,
duck boots, high top Adidos, boot
shoes, or shoes with bows. lf peo-
ple looked shorter it wos becouse
low heels were in. Moving on up
the guys thot liked looking ot girls'
legs hod o problem seeing through
leg worrners. Both guys ond girls
felt cornfortoble in Sweots Bi
Chego. Miniskirts were worn by
those brove enough to foce the
Cold winter ond the ottitudes of
clossrnotes. Sweoters with heorts
ond olligotor shirts with turned-up
collors mode it to the top. The
romontic look wos olso in os more
dresses ond blouses with brood
shoulders ond ruffles were seen.
Bright ond floshy jewelry were oc-
cessories thot finished the look. Bon-
donos were o versotile foshion
worn on olmost ony port of the
body. Don't worry if you con't
keep up with the lotest style. For
sure they will only lost forjust o little
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The past year was one of the
best as far as the movie scene
went. "Gandhi," "E.T.," "Tootsie,"
"Missing" and "The Verdict" were
nominated for best picture of the
year. Jessica Lange received two
nominations: for best actress in
"Frances" and best supporting ac-
tress in "Tootsie" KZOK remained
one of the favorite radio stations
although some people received
pleasure from listening to KYYX.
Judus Priest's album "Screaming for
Vengeance" was one of the
year's favorites as was Def Lap-
pard's album "Pyromania." The
North Bend Mobile was one of high
schoolers' favorite hangouts
although some people found cruis-
ing Crossroads more exciting.
Video games such as Ms. Pac-man,
Frogger and Donkey Kong Jr. were
the favorites of the year. TV shows
with a male star, Magnum P.l. and
Matt Houston, were big as were
show about high schoolers e.g.
Fame and Square Pegs. Although
the things mentioned above may
be controversial, there was one
sure favorite at Mt. Si this year --
the Mt. Si football team.
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Noture's first green is gold,
Her hordest hue to hold.
Her eorly leof's o flowery
But only so on hour.
Then leof subsides to leof.
So Eden sonk to grief,
So down goes down to doy.
Nothing gold con stoy.
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This yeor wos full of excitement
ond eogerness for the closs of 1983.
Though we foce o lot of chonges
ofter groduotion. we couldn't help
but remember the outstonding
memories of our high school yeors.
We oll hod our own speciol ond uni-
que moments thot hove stood out
during the lost four yeors, but they
oll center oround Mt. Si High.
After we Ieove the yeors ond
times we've come to be so oc-
quointed ond comfortoble with,
eoch 'of us will foce o new beginn-
ing filled with o feeling of curiosity
ond o willingness to survive. The
memories we will olwoys hold on-
to, but the "Chonges . . . o New
Beginning" is whot we live for.
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The English Deportment strove to
updote course options ond increose
the number of English credits re-
quired. Within the clossroom they
sought to improve the students'
communicotion skills. The yeor wos
o "moderate success" soid Dennis
Doigler, heod of the Deportment.
Also, severol odditions entered
the English rooms. New dictionories
ond thesouruses were purchosed
while Steve Simpson joined the
stoff. All in oll, the Longuoge Arts
Deportment continues to thrive.
Poge 148: 15 Cot Tolls bubbles over with
enthusiosm. 23 Allison Chossid
doydreoms her woy through closs. 33
Monico Gehrts, Michele Melde,
Cotherine Sheo, Kothy Trocy ond Roxie
Sompson enjoy on onimoted closs of
English Literoture. 45 Scott Weppler strug-
gles with in-depth concepts. 59 Chris Hill
consoles Andy Jones when his bottery
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Poge 149 1? Nicole Boker urgently rushes to finish her
moth homework. 23 Chonce Grohom diiigently ot-
tempts to do nothing in o moth room. 37 Mr. Odmon's
Moth Anolysis closs reluctontly grosps eoch new con-
cept shoved their woy.
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reoched their gools this yeor
despite serious finonciol cutbocks.
These gools inciuded "improved
communicotions, better computer
focilities, ond to work within their
budget," commented Mr.
Spolding. Porticipoting os heod of
the Moth deportment, Geri
Spolding mentioned proud oddi-
tions to the deportment. These
were the computers delivered to
the computer focilities. Use of this
equipment offered new oppor-
tunities for interested students.
SC ENCE ADVANCES
With frogs, mognesium flores,
fetol pigs, ,ecosystems ond
equolibronts the Science Dept. wos
off to onother yeor. Though
deportment leoder Tim Berndt left
ot semester this yeor his reploce-
ment, Mork Ribetoy, is just out of
college ond very enthusiostic. He,
olong with other deportment
members Mr. Knoll, Mr. White ond
Mr. Johnston, continue to strive for
o quolity science progrom ot Mt. Si.
Poge 150: 15 The new biology teocher, Mr.
Ribetoy, horcl ot work. 25 Scott Hort is
finishing his breokfost. 35 Scott Rankin od-
ding up the Science Deportment's debts. 47
An ordinory doy in biology. 5? A reol hord
working closs? 65 Are you trying to copy,
John Newton? 73 Cheers! Cotherine Sheo.
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The Social Studies Department
saw some changes this year under
new department head Mr. John
Roeber. lncreased coordination
with the English Department will
allow students to write just one'
good research paper for both
classes. Brian Grassi was a new ad-
dition tothe Chistoricb staff, which in-
cludes Francis Kelly, Art Galloway,
Dave Clifford, Vivian Simpson and
Marlin Jensen. Flashy old policies
were also continued, as the juniors
in U.S. History rehashed the Civil
War and tried their hands at farm-
ing, while the seniors in SWP played
the stock market and learned how
their winnings got taxed.
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Page 151: 1D Mr. Venn is stumpted by
another of Chris Widener's questions. 29 Mr.
Roeber get back to correcting those tests.
35 Kurt Fury explains the Civil War to Frank
Fisher. 43 Karol Pierce listens to Shelly Van
Zandt's daily gossip. 55 Peter Andreasen at-
tentively takes notes. 63 Are you studying
for a history test Barbara Henderson? 75
Chris Widener gets tired of waiting for Mr.
Venn to wake up.
Social Studies 151
Hai D.li. . . . TEAMS U
This yeor the P.E. deportment is
seeing some chonges in the cur-
riculum os deportment heod Mr.
Mork Venn hos o good outlook for
the future. He would like to see
more full time P.E. teochers, ond
olso o more consistent progrom
with similor expectotions. Voriety is
olso o contributing osset to the
closses. New to the progom is the
choice to pick whether or not to
pick o teom sport closs or individuol
sport. Weight troining ottributes to
one of the most populor closses.
15 Wode wolffe doesn't like to hove his picture token.
25 Erik Fykerud is oppoulled ot onother doy ot P.E. SD
Don Schreoder does not like whot mister Lolonne hos
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Have you ever thought about
business as a career? The voca-
tional education department is striv-
ing to train students for this field and
many others. The department has
seen some changes this year, with
a new department head, Mrs.
Carol Lawrence, and a newly cer-
tified vocational counselor, Mr.
Keith Graham. Computers have
also become an integral part of the
Learning about vocations is one
thing, but doing them is another.
DO and DE Cdiversified occupation
and distributive educationb make
things happen. These on-the-job
training programs give students ac-
tual hands-on experiences in the
careers they are interested in. This
kind of experience is essential for
entering today's tough job market.
15 Richard Gohlke looks enthused about drafting class. 25
Steve Degroot concentrates on his typing book. SD Surprised
by annual photographer, Bill Stephen forgets what he's
DO, DE and Vocational 153
D.li.c.A. MAKES Bucks
When you heor DECA you moy
think of Skittles, Snickers, ond other
ossorted sweet snocks, but there is
much more behind the counter.
With president Jomes Townsend,
vice president Ken Dillmon, ond
store monoger Trocy Quoole,
DECA hos orgonized o food drive,
put on o prom foshion show, ond
hos gone on o field trip to Victorio,
B.C. The club not only porticipoted
in regionol ond stote competition,
but mode o multitude of stomochs
15 A shocked Mr, Morrisey receives news
from Steve Venero thot his cor wos just
sold in DECA. 25 Where's those gleoming
white teeth, Jim Breeden? CD Cought in
the oct of crime is Jeff Mitchell. 45 Ah ho!
So this is where you hide 1st period,
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Yes, ovoiloble during both lun-
ches this yeor ot o n'iinute's notice
wos o choice of prowns, o chicken
dinner, pizzo, o homburger, o
shoke or fries, ond mony others.
The Touch of Closs, supervised by
Joy Ryon, Coit Stone, ond Colleen
Hompton, ond completely run by
students, hos proved not only o
greot job troining progrom, but
very filling os well. We hope Miss
Ruby will continue her supervision
in building this excellent olternotive
to school lunches.
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onother clossy homburger. 25 Miss
Ruby suffers onother Excedrin
heodoche. SD Denise Hezel mokes
sure no one Ieoves without
Touch of Closs 155
CDUNSELI I3 CENTEIQ
High school is not merely a time
of learning, but a time of decision
making. Each student must decide ,
just what comes after graduation,
and the counseling center is
available for all as a guide. Under
the leadership of Marilyn
Hargraves are Sandy Foreste,
counselor Thomas Tilton, and new
counselors Linda Jones and Keith
Graham. Mr. Graham is en-
thusiastically undertaking a "face
lift" of the career center. This vital
resource will be updated and
reorganized with the help of a
career education minigrant and a
coordinated program for students
of all grade levels will be instituted.
These efforts should assist future
graduates in accomplishing their
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Graham and Sandy Foreste, gather for a group shot. QD Dorothy Burnham
burns the wires. CD As usual Marilyn Hargraves is on the move. AD Sandy
Foreste contemplates her newest idea in rearranging the counseling
center. 53 Keith Graham helps yet another student rearrange her schedule.
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Chonges hove been toking
ploce in the librory this yeor. Some
of the more obvious odditions to
the system ore o new computer
center funded through community
gronts ond o showcose of disploys
by teochers, students ond even
former students. Mr. Rene is olso
"pleosed" with the overoll por-
ticipotion from the vorious deport-
ments ove the post yeor. As for
future gools Mr. Rene would like to
improve the resource selections
ond cut down on losses.
15 Kim Colemon ond Scott Ronkin ploy little
bunny foo-foo. 2D Mr. Rene is deeply in-
volved in his typing. 35 Mike Chondler ond
Ken Johnson count their colories. 47 Allison
Chossid works hord on her schoolwork. 55
Guy Ketzenberg, whot ore you reoding?
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Crystol o group of eighteen girls
is becoming widely known ot
Mount Si. Singing during ossemblies
hos goined them well deserved
recognition. Their instructer, Mrs.
Sidney Weller is very impressed
with Crystol ond commented,
These girls hove o lot of speciol
tolent." Since Crystol is o highly
selected group, o lot of tolent is
needed just to be in it. Mrs. Weller
olso proised the other choir groups
"Concert Choir with fifty-three
members hos much tolent ond hos
improved tremendously. Girls'
Choir with thirty-two members
mostly consists of younger girls, but
they hove consideroble potentiol.
The Men's Ensemble with sixteen
members is o speciol group. This
group is only on it's second yeor,
but their tolent is endIess."
The Choir is plonning o trip to
Comp Cosey, which Amondo
Songren, o Crystol member soys,
"This trip is becoming on onnuol
event thot oll porticiponts reolly
seem to enjoy." Other choir
members hove noticed more
students ore involved in choir ond
they oll hove o good word to soy
obout the progrom ond their in-
structor. The rest of the student
body hove noticed Choir's speciol
tolent for singing.
Poge 156: 13 Sidney Weller hod o hord
doy. 27 The choir gets rowdy. Pge 159: 15
Girls' Choir performs ot the Christmos
Concert, 23 Louri Storoosli helps out Girls'
Choir with o solo on her flute. 83 When
Crystol sings, everyone listens, including
the block stonds.
BAND l3l. WS I-IAIQID
Led by the odvonced musicions
of Wind Ensemble, Mount 5i's bond
ore ropidly improving. Students
who ottend the Pep Assemblies
ond heor the Pep Bond, which is 0
combinotion of Wind Ensemble,
ond Stoge Bond, con ottest to this.
The Pep Bond contributes greotly
to the Pep Assemblies ond its one
of the reosons thot spirit hos been
so high. Spectotors especiolly
thought the bond wos o mojor foc-
tor in getting the crowds rowdy.
To help mointoin their excellence
the bond hos o solo ensemble con-
test. Mr. Grody, the bond conduc-
tor, is enthusiostic obout the future
of the bond, soying "lt's going to
be onother fine yeor ond I on-
ticipote growth in the next few
The bond ottends vorious events
such os ploying in the Kingdom ot o
Sonic's holftime, porticipoting in the
Seo-King Bond Festivol, ond trovel-
ing to Abbotsford, British Columbio.
Debbie Ridgley, o member of
Wind Ensemble for three yeors
soys, "Even though we put out o
lot of hord work, we still seem to
hove fun, especiolly ot
Abottsford. ' '
Poge 160: 15 Jeff Howe ond Bret Bottey
blow hord on their horns. 25 Stoge bond
performs during the Christmos concert.
CD The bonds ploy their mogic. 47 The
bond is cought in o condid shot. 53
Members of the bond rest before o per-
formonce. 65 Stephon Boyle reloxes
with his fons.
With the help of the whole stoff,
Cot Toles wos oble to wipe out
their deficit through popcorn ond
od soles ond by sponsoring o
donce. A four poge poper wos T
published every month with o six ,
poge edition ot Christmos. Debbie Q
Ridgley, editor for second
semester, soid thot the combino-
tion of people worked to the od- y
vontoge of the poper, ond she
thought thot the quolity of the y
poper wos better thon previous
yeors. Troy Eoton, editor first -
semester, soid, "Mr, Doigler'sjokes
were corny, but oll in oll it wos o f
Poge 162: 15 Mr. Doigler double checks the news or-
ticles before they hit the press. 25 Spenc locolucci is
exhousted from oll the work he does in Cot Toles,
but Debbie Ridgley is still on the move. SD Amy
Shultz is not thrilled with Joy Hoffmon's lotest news
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Doigler offers Joy Hoffmon odvice on her news orricle. CD
Cothy Tolleth puts everyone to sleep including herself.
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Busy, busy, busy were the
never-tiring workers of the An-
nuol stoff, odvised by editor
Cothy Scott. "Changes . . . o
New Beginning" provided on in-
teresting theme for the Annuol
stoff, odvised by Ms. Jones, to
work oround. Mony long hours
of hord work were put in by the
Annuol stoff during ond ofter
The Photogrophy stoff under
the direction of Jeff Hendrickson
ond Tino Holtzer, spent mony
long hours toking ond develop-
ing pictures for the onnuol.
With the oid ond cooperotion
of the foculty, the Annuol stoff
wos oble to present o successful
13 Tino Holtzer ond Cothy Scott iron out onother onnuol pro-
blem. 29 Dove McDoniel shows whot working in onnuol con do
to o person. SD Ms. Jones soys to Poul Moson Reod my lips
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15 Hord ot work on her onnuol chores is
Judy Lindemonn. 25 Those crozy onnuol
stoffers doing whot they do best
stonding oround. 33 Kothy Roy is so pro-
ud of her newest onnuol Ioyout. 45
Shonnon Blozino ond Jonet Souvoge osk
photogropher, Judy Breeden, who is in
these pictures. 55 Mike Chondler od-
mires onother fontostic onnuol copy.
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AN WE IQEMEMIBEIQ . . .
He Lives . . .
I connot think ond will not soy '
Thot he is deod, he isjust owoy.
With o cheery smile ond wove of the hond,
He hos wondered into thot better lond,
And left us thinking how wondrous foir,
It must be, since he lingers there.
And you, Oh you who so fondly yeorn
For the welcome step ond the glod return,
Think of him living on, os deor
In the lond of there os the lond of hereg
Think of him living on, I soy,
He is not deod, he is just owoy.
Nor is he owoy from the better portg
Awoy from the eye, but not the heortp
And he lingers neor to soothe our poin.
And teoch us thot bright eternol shore
For the hond-closp of love ond life once mo
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Just Changed Am I. . .
I am not dead . . . don't cry for me.
in the twinkling of an eye,
I was changed . . . you see.
I heard you cry . . . I spoke to you.
but your ears could not hear,
what I wanted you to.
I kissed your cheeks . . . as tears did flow . . .
you were so sad . . . you made me so.
Ifelt your pain . . . your mourning so great . . .
but I am gone . . . accept my fate.
l'm not the same . . . this you MUST know.
In the twinkling of an eye . . .
lwas changed . . . changed was I.
To return to God . . . who REIGNS on High.
Release me please . . .just let me "BE
I did not die . . . just changed you see.
Don'tcry. . . no more tears. . .
they're binding me . . .
Metoyou. . . youtome. ..
and I must be free.
Just remember me . . . as once wasl . . .
Idid not die . . .Just changed . . . am I.
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BASEBALL, BOYS VARSITY
BASKETBALL, BOYS FRFSHMAN
BASKETBALL, BOYS JV
BASKETBALL, BOYS VARSITY
BASKETBALL, GIRLS JV
BASKETBALL, GIRLS VARSITY
Bridgeman, Lori Jeanne
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7, 16, 27, 31, 65, 69
50, 54, 61.
61, 99, 1lIl, 112,
17, 16, 20, 66,
50, 65, 61.
9, 17, 19, 21, 65, 82
34, 65, 73
16, 19, 106, 112,157
19, 148, 157
62, 63, 64
60, 60, 151
20, 62, 157
12, 13, 34
De Hate, Timothy
60, 106, 109, 146
10, 36, 62, 91
12, 13, 21
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17, 21, 71
35, 90, 91, 151
7, 60, 151
44, 101, 149
36, iD, 101
4, 34, 36
3, 60, 1
52, 54, 97
3, 13, 23, 106
45, 105, 162, 163
36, 40, 82, 95
36, 37, 160
13, 20, 23, 162
36, 38, 91, 93
Langston, Jo Ellen
24, 108, 157
24, 101, 157
24. 59, 95
8, 13, 25
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26, KD, 101
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Newton, Richard ll
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06, 64, 65, 106, 107
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47, 90, 91
9, 46, 95
8, 40, 95
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I: A SDECIALTHANIKS
Our four yeors ot Mt. Si were helped olong by two very speciol people, Mr. Roeber, ond Ms. lttig. They storted us
on our first fund roiser os freshmen, ond continued to guide us to groduotion. They showed us whot true spirit reolly
Their willingness ond love to pull us through these post yeors ore greotly opprecioted. And so, we would like to
thonk you ond soy thot we will never forget either of you.
Thonks so much!
The Closs of 1988
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Living on a lighted stage
Approaches the unreal
For those who think and feel
In touch with some reality
Beyond the gilded cage
Cast in this unlikely role
Ill-equipped to act
With insufficient tact
One must put up barriers
To keep oneself intact
Living in the limelight
The universal dream
For those who wish to seem
Those who wish to be
Must put aside the alienation
Get on with the fascination
The real relation
The underlying theme
Living in a fisheye lens
Caught in the camera eye
l have no heart to lie
I can't pretend a Stronger
ls o long-awaited friend
All the world's indeed a stage
And we are merely players
Performers and partrayers
Each onothers audience
Outside the guilded cage
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Both Sides Now
Bows ond flows of ongel hoir
And ice creom costles in the oir,
And feother conyons ev'rywhere,
I've looked or clouds thot woy.
But now they only block the sun,
They roin ond snow on ev'ryone,
So mony things I would hove done,
But clouds got in my woy.
I've looked or clouds from both sides now
From up ond down ond still somehow
lt's clouds illusions I recollg
I reolly don't know clouds ot oll.
Moons ond lunes ond ferris wheels,
The dizzy doncing woy you feel,
As ev'ry foiry tole comes reol,
I've looked ot love thot woy.
But now it'sjust onother show,
You leoved 'ern Ioughing when you go,
And if you core don't let them know,
Don't give yourself owoy.
I've looked or love from both sides now,
From give ond toke ond still somehow
lt's love's illusions I recollp
I reolly don't know love ot oll.
Teors ond feors ond feeling proud,
To soy "I love you" right out loud,
Dreoms ond schemes ond circus crowds,
I've looked ot life thot woy,
But now old friends ore octing stronge,
They shoke their heods,
They soy I've chonged,
But somethings lost,
But somethings goined.
In living ev'ry doy.
I've looked ot life from both sides now,
From win ond lose ond still somehow
lt's life's illusions I recollg
I reolly don't know life or oll.
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