Mountain View Union High School - Blue and Gray Yearbook (Mountain View, CA)
- Class of 1979
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Photographs and Memories
of the days gone bye
Sometimes a look or thought
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Thinking of all the happy
times we shared
After the years are gone
we realize how much we cared
of how we looked
Makes us forever wish
to treasure this book
Thinking of all the times
we fought and won
Thinking of all the things
we left undone
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when these days are done
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and love all your peers
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how much we've grown
when these days are done
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Class SectionfFaculty 152
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My na Torda John Turner
Todd Turner Suzie Vago
Plaridel Valdez Margaret Vega
Aaron Wallace Roberi Weber
Tori Winder Sandy Yamaji
Carmen Zelaya German Zelaya
ALLEN FGSTER, 1962-1978
OUR FRIEND AND BROTHER
BEST EYES: Molly McCIurg SL Brian Hopp
MOST IN THE FOG: Denise Meier 8L Adrian Mulien
IIIQST DRESSED: .loy Bishop SL Rey Agbziyzini
CLASS CLOWN: Lynn Shaw 8L Jon Pont
GABBIEST: Rhonda Harris 8: Kevin Haralson
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Most masculine and feminine: Brin McCloskey, Davi
Most Likely to Succeed: Linda Loney, Orlando Darang
Tallest and Shortes: Suzanne Nolan. Steve Dudley, Diane Abey, Alai
Best Couple: Charlie Passantino and Wendy Harris
Biggest Flirt: Sara Mead And Tom Galicia
Shyest: Margaret Kyles and Bruce lmai
Most Artistic: Teal Nakayama and Xavier Bovie
Bcst Smile: Grace Endberg and Bobby Fowler
Senior Class Wills
I, DIANE ABEY being of sound, mind and body hereby be-
neath, 13 of my shortness to any tall freshman.
I, MARTY KAY ANDERSON hereby bequeath, safety pins
id tape to Karry Dennis for her uniform.
I, JEFF BAUMGARTNER hereby bequeath, Ms. Rossano's
gs and tests, and Mrs. Graham's essays to the incoming freshman
I, MARK BETTENCOURT hereby bequeath, my mustache,
rich has accompanied me through four years of high school, to
iyone with a cold upper lip.
I, LESLIE BEYER hereby bequeath, my ability to talk my dad
to things to my brother John Beyer.
I, JOY BISHOP hereby bequeath, all my love to my close
ends, especially 3-4-3, who made this year complete.
I, XAVIER BOVIE hereby bequeath, all my funny and corny
kes to James Retting.
I, KENNETH BRADLEY hereby bequeath, my one handed
um rolls to Benny Pugh.
I, EMMETT EDWARD BRYANT hereby bequeath, Patty
ennis and Karry Dennis to Nick Siler.
I, STUART CAMPBELL hereby bequeath, all Monty Python
.tics and rituals to Mark "The Tak" Takayama.
I, YVONNE CARSON hereby bequeath, my happiness to all
I, SANDRA CHOW hereby bequeath, all of my cut slips and
tony notes to Vizar Balcita.
I, LAURI CODE hereby bequeath, all my school spirit to the
w coming class of freshmen '83,
I, GLORIA CORRALES hereby bequeath, my love-life to
ena Zavala, who's use to a one-way street.
I, MR. CLARENCE JAMES CUMMINGS hereby bequeath,
my underclassman my knowledge and skill of playing great
,sketball to Michael Lewis, class of '8O.
I, ORLANDO DARANG hereby bequeath, all my loose
ange in my locker to my brother, Mario Darang.
I, IRENE MARIA DASHLER hereby bequeath, all payments
wards the new piano I hope to have someday to Julie Ann
I, PIERRE DECKER hereby bequeath, my Cross-Country
oes to Barry Miller.
I, BABETTE deRUITER hereby bequeath, a practice set of
finding up dominoes to knock down to Julita Madera.
I, DOLORES GARCIA hereby bequeath, my pillow to Charlie
:avers to reach the gas pedal when he drives.
I, EARL R. KRIEWALL, being of questionable health, hereby
queath, my reserved seat in the library to Patrick Dunbar.
I, PHILLIP IVAN LAVRISCHEFF, the Master of Mirth,
reby bequeath, all my rotten and terrible jokes that are found
irthy of"gonging" to Robert Rollison, the Jr. Master of Mirth of
ountain View High School.
I, Ruth L.G. LIM hereby bequeath, anything I leave behind,
od or bad to Cyril Chong '8l.
I, HENRY LIU hereby bequeath, refined sugar and chemical
ditives to Steve Reiling.
I, LINDA LEE LONEY hereby bequeath, my running shoes
d my Johnsonls Baby Powder to Laurie Wenger.
I, MIRZA LOPEZ hereby bequeath, my pottery wheel in Ce-
mics to Tony Garden.
I, TERESA E. MARRIOTT hereby bequeath, all of my undone
tmework and flunked test to my sister Pam who may be able to
I, DOUGLAS JAMES MCILWRAITH hereby bequeath, my
-ility to play the trumpet to Jack Lugn - He'll need it.
I, SARA MEAD hereby bequeath, my car communicator to
I, LINDA MORIMOTO hereby bequeath, my Corvette friend
to Nadine Sala.
I, GUS MUNIZ, hereby bequeath, my chess ability and some
acorns to Per "Chipmunk" Thompson.
I, SUZANNE OOKII NOLEN hereby bequeath, my height,
craziness and spikes to JoAnn Chiisai Kikuchi.
I, EVELYN MARIE PARRISH hereby bequeath, a pound of
"Lumbo Gold" to Phillip Roberson.
I, CHARLES PASSANTINO hereby bequeath, all my extra
locker space tohave a place to put his junk to Frank Dowse.
I, MONA PEARSON hereby bequeath, fdistributed evenlyj all
my love and craziness to all of my friends, especially the shy ones.
I, KATHLEEN M. PHELPS hereby bequeath, my sister Karen
to Mr. Bissell - may they go through another year together peace-
I, JON PONT hereby bequeath, all my band aids to Lon Tokun-
I, ANA RAMIREZ hereby bequeath, my favorite chocker to
I, CINDY RAMIREZ hereby bequeath, my cheerleading outfit
and briefs to my little brother Raymond.
I, JULIE RANEY hereby bequeath, Mrs. Vidal's Spanish Class
and Book with all my luck!! to Valli Davis.
I, KAY RASMUSSEN, hereby bequeath, my grades and my
ability not to skip to Darrell Rasmussen.
I, VINCE ROMAO hereby bequeath, all my skateboard ability
to Louis Pena and Mark Peterson.
I, MARINA SANDOVAL hereby bequeath, my love and my
thoughts to Martin Sanchez.
I, PAUL M. SCHWARTZ hereby bequeath, my P.E. locker to
Purr and Vert fBecca and Maddyj.
I, LYNN S. SHAW hereby bequeath, all of my Dolly Parton
jokes to Karen Phelps.
I, GILBERT A. SMITH hereby bequeath, the highly presti-
gious position as president ofthe MVHS German Club to Steve
I, MICHELLE SMITH hereby bequeath, my faulty gross skirt
that I used in Dance Spectrum that kept falling off to Margo
I, DAN SNYDER hereby bequeath, all of my trombone abili-
ties and music knowledge to Steve Mayeda.
I, MAY TOM hereby bequeath, all my fears, frustrations and
worries over grades from Mr. Lee's and Mr. Chadda's class to Julie
I, JOHN R. TURNER hereby bequeath, a whole day with me
and another couple at Great America to any Junior girl with a nice
personality, humorous and just have a good time.
I, PLARIDEL VALDEZ hereby bequeath, my gratitude to all
I, AARON WALLACE hereby bequeath, my blue striped run-
ning socks that the cross country fans love to Paul Aoyagi.
I, ROBERT H.D. WEBER hereby bequeath, my passtime
memories to teachers and friends.
I, SANDY YAMAJI hereby bequeath, all my yellow admit slips
to my sister Shari Yamaji.
I, RONALD YEE hereby bequeath, my remarkable skill in
postponing a tennis game indefinitely to Jacob Wellington.
I, CARMEN B. ZELAYA hereby bequeath, my love and
friendship to David, Scott, Stuart, Bob, Larry and all my teachers.
I, GERMAN A. ZELAYA hereby bequeath, the whole school
building and its students to the one who wants to take it.
DIANF ABIEY-Sr, Board. 4 yrs. class activities. Favorite
Pastime-Partying. Best Friends- Denise Meier. Dolores Gar-
cia XL I.ynn Shaw. Favorite Song-"Chocolate Pudding"
Memories-The Ilaunted Ilouse. CCS Game.
RIZY AGBAYANI-4 yrs. FYO tPres.l. 2 yrs. Basketball, 4
yrs. Dance Spectrum, 4 yrs. Tamaraw. Track. Baseball. Stu-
dent Gov't,, Sr. Class President. Best Friends-Orlando.
Glenn, Ron. .lulian. Rastrniio. Sign-Cancer, 7-IX.
MARTY ANDIERSON-3 yrs. Varsity Swimming, 2 yrs.
Band. 2 yrs. Band-Aide. Soccer, Meinories-CCS, Snow in
the winter of '75-'76, Best Friends-Ross 81 Gregg. Debbie.
Brian. Julie. Sandy. Mike, Marty. l.aurie. .leff. Pastime-
ANTONIO ANDRHS-4 yrs. FYO. 3 yrs, Soccer. 2 yrs.
Track. Tennis. Basketball. Tennis. AFS. Favorite Pastitne-
Aftcr'School Practice. Nickname-Tony. Song-"I Iigh School
Dance". Favorite Food-Pepperoni Pina. Best Friends-"To
Many Things To Write."
DANNY BASCOS-FYO, Favorite Pastime-Basketball.
Nickname-Danny. Best Friends-Danny Sarmiento. Ana-
belle. I.arry. Danny Agloro. .lesus. Favorite Song-"KiIawen"
tTagalog Song.-Pangakoi. Memories-Grad Night, Sr. Pie-
.lIiFF BAUMGARTNIZR-3 yrs. Student Government. 3
yrs, Drama, Choir, Swim Team, Waterpolo. Memories-"Go-
ing to the best school in the Bay Areaf'
I.IiSl.IIi BEYER-2 yrs. Volleyball. l.ettergirl. Ski Club. Sr,
Board. I.ife Science Club, Prom Comm.. Senate. Sr. Play,
Nicknames-Span 314. Noodle Arms, I.es. Memories-Young
l.ife camps. Barffo, Football u- the beach. CCS. Ilawaii.
MARK BFTTFNCOURT-3 yrs. Cross-Country. 3 yrs,
Track. CSF. Se. Board. Business Club. Song-"Dazed and
Confused" by I.ed Zeppelin. Memories-Dropping the pizva
IRFNF DASIII.liR-2 yrs. Drill teamfColor Guard. 3 yrs.
Dance Spectrum. 2 yrs. I.ife-Science Club. Swim Team. Best
Friends-.lulie Carver, Raelene Ilourany. Memories-Gather-
ing at the pina parlour after football games.
PIFRRIZ DIECKIZR-2 yrs. Track, AFS, Cross-Country.
"Business Club, German Club. Best Friend-Iiarl Ilarris.
Memories-Karla Raubitsehec. Favorite Pastiine-Metal
Working. Best Group: Beatles, Nicknatne-Pepsie Tissue
BABliTTIi DIERU ITFR-2 yrs, Volleyball. Soccer. Discoing.
Sign-Aries 8: Taurus. Best Friends-Grace, .lulita. Andre. Fa-
vorite Song-"tYou're at Special Part of My I.ife" by Whis-
pers. Memories-Summer of '78, Favorite Pastime-Sewing,
.lUl.Ili DIZWITT-Drill team. Memories-CCS Champion-
ship. Bandroom. Doobies Concert. Cal Band Day. Pleasan-
ton. and "A Star is Born". -
RANDOl.PII DIRIECTO-PTI.-CSF. Business Club tPTI.l.
German Club tPTl.t, I.ife-Science Club tsemi PTI.l,- Sr.
Board ta division of PTI.l. Nickname-Oscar Madison. Pas-
time-Ingoltrating gov't. secrets to underground Comm,
MARK DRIiBIiRT-Tennis-Motocross. everybody-I.ed Ze-
plin and spaghetti-The Varsity Cheerleaders from l975.
STIiPIlIiN DUDI.liY-Activities-4 yrs. Basketball 4 yrs
Track, I yr Football 2 yrs. csf. Senior Boards, Nickname-
Slug Best Friends-,I.Ii. C,P. V,R. K,II. Favorite Song-The
l.lGllT Memories When the Varsity Basketball beat Peter-
son who was ranked 7th in CCS.
IEIIFIQN DUIIAIMIE-Activities. Gymnastics 4 yrs. Pep
Club Secretary I yr mascot My l.ast 5 years in Frankfurt
Germany have been the best I've ever had in school. I wish
thi- Qt-ninrs tht-rt: as well as here the best 79 Uber Alles.
GRACIQ IQNGBIZRG-Nickname. Ace Other Aries Memo-
Lies Wes ' i ' ' "s W'dn'sda' ni'hts snow
' G " ' vi ite Patglute-B:tckp'ielg'ng.
.lOYSI.YN BISIIOP-Sr. Board. .lr. Class Sec.. I-'YO Vies-
Pres.. 3 yrs, Tamaraw. 3 yrs. Basketball. 3 yrs. Dance Spee-
trum. 2 yrs. Flag Girl. 2 yrs. Badminton. Honor Roll. Nick-
natne-.loey. .lo-.lo. Song-"Your I.oves Too Good . .
TFRFSA BFANCIIARD-2 yrs. Drama. 2 yrs. Choir. 2 yrs.
Theatre. 2 yrs. Dance Spectrum. Sr. Board. .lournalisin
Club. Iixecutive Cabinate. Song-"Fair Share" lTheme from
One on Oriel. "OIiver!" east party, Rhonda doing "The
RFBFCCA BI.OTTliR-Favorite Pastiine-Iliking. Memo-
ries-"Fd rather not remember". Best Friends-Cherie Chan-
cellor. .lim Melanson. Nickname-Becky. Favorite Food-Ice
XAVIIER BOVIIQ-Tennis. Pastimes-Swimming. Guitar
Playing. Art. Tennis. Best Friends-Mark Drebert. Kim Roys-
ton, Michelle Smith. Favorite Food-Gourmet fo d. Song-
Rock 84 Roll. Memories-Goingto concerts. Frana. Parties.
KIENNIETII BRADLEY-4 years of Track. 4 years ol' Band.
I year ol' Football.
liMMliTT BRYANT-Football. Baseball. Favorite Pastime-
Partying, Football. Nickname-Iimm., Best Friends-Dolores
Garcia. Sara Mead. Totn Galicia. Glenna Ilall. Favorite
Song-f'Mary .lane". Food-Steak. I.obster. Memories-CCS.
STIIART CAMPBlil.I.-3 yrs. Cross-Country. 3 yrs. Track.
Soccer. German Club. Computer Club. Favorite Pastime-
I.iving, Nicknaine-Scotsman. Best Friends-Brian Pullen.
Mark Betteneourt. Memories-Painful Days of Cross-Coun-
YVONNF CA RSON-Drill Team. Badminton. "Spoon Riv-
cr Anthology", Best Friends-Melody. Ptllli-TTIIIIT. Memo-
ries-Sally Pearson as my best friend in my past years. Nick-
name-Bavonne, Favorite Pastitne-Dancing,
SANDRA CIIOW-Best Friend-lid Casuga. Favorite Song-
"I Write a Song For You". Memories-The joy and excite-
ment of the school when we won the CCS championship in
A75-'7o. Favorite Pastime-Bowling.
I.AURIIi CODF-3 yrs. volleyball. Tennis, Drama Club. Ski
Club. CSF. Sr. Board. Mural. Wrestling Seorekeepcr. Math-
ntatieal I.eague. Ilomecoming Float. Favorite Pastime-
Reading. Being- Rowdy. Skiing. Going to football games.
liI.AlNli C0l.l.lNS-Nickname-Tasha. Best Friends-l.i7
O'ConneII. .leanette Sumpter. Favorite Pastime-Making
Friends. Favorite Song-"Dust in the Wind". Metnories-Be-
ing in Plays.
GLORIA' CORRALIZS-2 yrs, CSF. Sign-Virgo. Favorite
Song-"Zoom". Favorite Pastime-Dancing, Best Friend-
Nena Zavala. Memories-"Memories a recollection of
the past both good and bad engraved in your mind never to Ie
Cl.ARIZNCIi CUMMINGS-3 yrs, basketball. Sr. Board.
Best Friends-Iivelyn Parrish. Iilana Foster. .loc I.yle, Russell
Poeples. Favorite Pastiine-Playing Basketball. Nickname-
Tobey. Metnorics-Playing Var. Basketball Since I was a
ORLANDO DARANG-3 yrs. Football. 4 yrs. Wrestling. 3
yrs. Baseball. Basketball. Sr. Play. CSF. FYO. Sr.- Class
Vice-President. Boy's State. Tamaraw. Ilomecoming. Best
Friends-Glenn Zweigle. Rey Agbayani. Pastime-Sports 84
mothers. Favorite Song-I.ights .lourney
.IONATIIAN IZNGQLIIST Activities- Football .l.V. Varsi-
ty. 2 yrs Basketball 2 yrs Baseball Favorite Pastimc. Cars
Sports Nickname li Best Friends Richard Ramirez Favorite
song A horse with no name. Favorite Food Pllltl.
GUSTAVO FIEVRNANDFZ Drama Club l.a Raza Unida
Club I.os Americas Student Council Senior Play Cinco De
Mayo Soccer Club Favorite Pastime Reading. Dancing
Nicknatne Gus Best Friend Carlos Rodriquel Favorite food
I.ARRY FI.ORIiS- CSF. German Club. Business Club. Fa-
vorite Pastitne-Ilunting. going out and eating arottnd in my
jeep. Best Friend-B Pullen-M Bettencottrt-G Smith-G
Munil C Thompson-P Decker. Memories-Conning all the
teachers, physical Science disasters. XL good M.V, spirit. Best
Ye ' 0
ROSSANNA Fl.ORIiS-Vice-pres, Club las Americas. Rep.
for IESI, classes Favorite Pastime-Tennis. Volleyball Best
friend-Anita Ochoa. Noemi Garcia. Pinnky Martinel. Car-
men Zelaya. Maria Sandoval, Frank Sanaloni. all the boys!
Favorite Song-l.ast Dane. Baby come back.
TYRONE FLOYD-4 yrs. Football. Senate. I yr Soccer.
Best friend-Kim Cauz. Memories- Bush babies. summer
school 76, Sra, UlDAl,. Favorite pastime-P.U.C.-ING.
Beach buinming. Nick name-Boogie down Tyrone.
FDGAR FORONDA-F.Y.O. Pastime-Bowling. Nickname-
Garl. Best Friends-Danny Baseoo. Danny AgIoro,,Danny
Soriniento. Favorite food-Italian Memories-Grad-night.
Senior Picnic. Sign-Virgo Birthdate X-30-ol.
BOBBY FOWI.liR-4 years. Football. 2 yrs, Basketball.
S,O.M, Committee. Best friends-.Iohn Paeella. Vince Ra-
inao, Alice. Chris. .lohn Ii.. Charlie P. Favorite Pastime-
Playing chess. sports. Nickname- B.F. Buddie. Favorite
Song- Sweet Ilome Alabama,
DOFORIES GARCIA- 3 yrs. Soccer. 3 yrs. V. Baseball
Seorekeepcr. Ilead V. Cheerleader. Senior Board. Iixecutive
Cabinet. Tri-School Rep.. Yearbook Staff. Best Friends-
Denise. Diane. I.ynn. Sara. Cindy. Dale. .lon P. Nicknatne-
KIT GII.MOR'Ii- Nickname- Coyote Duster. Favorite song-
Tlie Wanton Song. Favorite Pastimc- Car Racing. Best
Stlli GUNION- 2 yrs. I.ettergirl, Senior Board. Best
Friends-Sandra lloecker. Memories-C.C.S.. Wright Ave..
Rengstorle Mansion. Journey Concert. the summer of "7X".
Nickname- Grunion. Favorite Pastiine-Water skiing. Ilorse-
back riding. Sign-I.eo
KIQVIN IIARAI.SON- 3 yrs, Drama. 4 yrs. Young I.il'e. 4
yrs A,S.B.. Youth Service Program. Favorite Songflfood-
Nature Boy. l.obstci'. Favorite Pastime-Guitar. writing.
Nickname- Bumble. Memories- First play-l.iI' Abner. Insan-
ity of Freshman year.
l.lNDA llARI.OW- 3 yrs. Volleyball. 2 yrs. Basketball, 2
yrs. Softball. 2 yrs, Band. Favorite Pastime-Sports, Nick-
name-llair Bear. Best Friends- Susan Morano. Dana .lones.
Michelle I.ipnick, llelen Grilli. Kathy owens. V
RIIONDA IIARRIS- 2 yrs. Chior. 2 yrs. Drama Club. 2
yrs. Dance Spectrum. Senior Board. Iixecutive Cabinet.
.lournalism Club. Memories- Iiarl llarris and Steve llopp
giving me roses for "OIiver." Favorite Pastimc- Doing the
tree. Nickname- Bee Bee.
WFNDY IIARRIS-Freshman Secretary. Sophmore Secre-
tary, Senior Secretary. Senior Play, 2 yrs. l.ettergirl, 2 yrs.
Track Secretary. Memories- Football games, Woodleaf
Camp, Volleyball Marathon. Nickname- Mimmy, Wendell.
Favorite Pastitne- Writing. Camping.
MICIIAEI. IIAWI.EY- 2 yrs. Football Senior Board. Fa-
vorite Pastime- Flirting. Memories-69. the band. Denny's.
Bob's. Nickname- Mikey. Best Friends-Doug Mcllwraith.
Favorite Food-Steak with mushrooms.
BARBARA IIATT- Senior Play. 2 yrs. Student Govern-
ment, 2 yrs. M.V.A,A. Nickname- Giggles. Best Friends-
The Gang, Favorite Pastimc- Procrastinating. Favorite song-
Of a l.ife Titnc. Memories- When it snowed in M.V.
TIZRIZSA IIELD- lfzyr. A.F.S. Nickname- Red. Favorite
song- Beast of burden. Memories- I.os Gatos. good friends,
Mothers, beach, mountains. concerts. Ilonda in the quad,
parties. Favorite Pastimc- Maerame, music, skiing, Sign-
CYNTIIIA IlIGARliDA- l.a Raza Unida. Favorite Pas-
time- Softball and George. Nicknatne- Diatttond. Best
Friends- Shy and Tony and The Teen Angles. Favorite song-
ffood-First Impression, Mexican Food. Memories- I.as Teen
Angles and Las Mestizas.
BOBBI IIII.I.- 3 yrs. Band. Color Guard, 3 yers. Drama.
Student Government, 2 yrs. Tamaraw. Senior Board. Dance
Spectrutn. Memories- The oth period lunch bunch. Siberian
lee Mosquitoes. T.V, Farrah look, I.ate Nights at Denny's.
.IIENNIFIZR IlIMI.IiR- Radio club. C.S.F.. Senior Board,
Drama crew, 2 yrs. Color Guard. 4 yrs. Badminton. Memo-
ries- oth period lunch bunch. Round table pina-after foot-
ball gatnes, educational Iixperiences, Tom's birthday pre-
sent. Nickname- .lcl'finer.
SANDRA IIOFCKER- I.ettergirI- spirit leader. Senior
ing. Ilorseback riding. Best Friend- Sue Gunion. Favorite
Songs- Dreams and You see me crying. Sign-Taurus
KARIEN IIOPKINS- German club secretary. Best Friends-
Al Ilarris. Tassy Drummond. Favorite Song- You needed
BRIAN IIOPP- 4 yrs. Water Polo. 2 yrs. Captain. 4 yrs.
Track. 2 yrs. Ski club. 2 yrs. Young I.il'e. Senior Board.
Favorite Pastimc- Snow skiing. Favorite Soitg-l.ean on me.
Nickname- Ilyroin Bropp. Deadly Brian. Frian Fropp.
RAIiI.IiNIi IIOURANY- 4 yrs. C.S.F., 3 yrs. Radio club. 3
yrs. Drama. German club. 4 yrs. M.V.A.A.. A.S.B. secre-
tary, A.F.S.. Senior Board. 4 yrs. Concert Band, 4 yrs.
Marching Band. 4 yrs. Pep Band, 3 yrs. .lan Band. Favorite
MIZRIANNF IIUNT- 4 yrs. M.G.M.. German club, .lr.
Prom Advisor, Girls Stale Citizen. I.il' Abner. Favorite Pas-
timc- Movie-going. Favorite Food-Baked Alaska. French
Fries. Memories- 1975-76 S.C,V.A.I., and C,C.S. football
BRADSIIAW IIUPP- Band. Favorite Pastimc- mttsic.
Nickname- Ilandsone. Best Friend-.lay Creamer, Dager
Mcllwraith. Favorite Song- Red neck mother. Memories-
spending the night at Discovery Park,
CIIARLIES HURT- Best Friend- Daryl Davis. Favorite Pas-
timc- Skateboarding. Favorite Songflfood- "Fm at war with
the world", l.obster. Nickname- Chuck.
KURT IIUTSI2I.l.- 4 yrs. Baseball, Senior Board. Favorite
Pastimc- Baseball, cars. Best Friends- Becca Gustavson.
Charlie Passintino. Memories- Being in C.C.S. playoffs for
baseball. Favorite Song-Sweet Emotion. Nickname- Ilut
TIQRIESA IIUTTFR- Volleyball. 4 yrs. Gymnastics. Ski
club. Best Friends- I.eslie, Molly. I.ynn. Iiileen. Cris. Ile-
Iayne. Nickname- Tiger. Muscles. Favorite Pastiine-Water
skiing. Acting crayy. Cruzinl Being laly. Memories- Foot-
ball games. beach trip.
BRUCF IMAI- Football. Wrestling.
SUSAN IMAI- 4 yrs. V. Tennis, 4 yrs. Basketball. 4 yrs.
Softball, Volleyball, Asian club. Vice President M.V.A.A..
Sister City. Nickname- Imoose. sing- I.ibra. Favorite Pas-
timc- Sports. Memories- I975 C.C.S.. Favorite Food- .lapa-
nese and .lunk.
DANA JONIES- 3 yrs, Softball. Favorite Song' "Cocaine".
Favorite Pastitne- Dancing. Best Friends- Duane Collins,
I.auri Code. I.inda Ilarlow, Michelle I.ipnick, Marty
KAY ANDIERSON. Memories- The time it snowed. C.C.S.
ADRIAN MUI.l.IiN- 2 yrs. Theatre acting. Favorite Pas-
timc- Playing electric gttitar. Favorite musician- .limi Ilen-
tlrix. Memories- communicating with people. "I wish stu-
dents at M.V.Il.S. would strive to be themselves instead of
putting up a front".
TIM .l. KIRI.IiY- .l.V. Football. Favorite pastiine-Drag-
racing and working on ears, Song-"Always and Forever".
Memories-The Senior Prom.
IQARI. KRIIiWAI.I.- 2 yrs. track. 3 yrs. MGM, Pastimc- I
Quoting Monty Python Nickname-Beast, Best Friends-Chris
Iindicott 8: Terri Marquel,
MARGARFT KYl.IiS-Spring Frosh cheerleader. Nick-
natne-Marg. Best Friends-Yolanda Kelleigh 81 Dana Jones.
Pastiine-Camping. reading, music, dancing. Song-"Love is
in the Air", Food-Pizza. Memories-CCS. pizza parlor
CON RADO LAVARIAS-4 yrs. Basketball 12 yrs. Varsityj,
FYO. Nickname-Cojo, Song"'It's You That I Need", Zo-
FELISA LAVARIAS-4 yrs. FYO. Nickname- Felis, Song-
"Forever Yours" Zodiac Sign-Libra.
PHIL LAVRISCHEFF-Choir. Journalism Club, Sr. Board,
School Paper. Song-"He is the Music" by Truth. Best
Friends-Robert Rollison. Diane Alldinger. Michelle Smith,
Alice Thai. Pastime-Playing football.
RUTH I.IM-Drama, AFS. Favorite pastime-reading, danc-
ing, tennis. Favorite food-Lamb Stew. Best Friend-Cyril.
Other Activity-Sr. Play.
VUOKKO LOKSY-AFS. Skiing. Sailing. Favorite Song-
IIEN RY l.lU-CSF. Business Club, German Club. Comput-
er club, AFS. Asian Club, Football, Sr. Board. Metnories-
Mr. .lohnson's Educational Experience. Song-"Echoes",
Best Friends-Gus, Mark, Brian. C.T.
LINDA LONEY- 3 yrs. Band, 2 yrs. German Club. ASB
Treasurer, 4 yrs. CSF, 2 yrs. Cross Country, Track, Volley-
ball., AFS. Sr. Board, 2 yrs. Inter-Club. Senate. Nicknames-
I.. Triple L or EGEITSHZEETWYSN in band. 'TTTTWT
MIRZA LOPEZ-Mudders Volleyball Team. Best Friends-
"The Girls". "Ifanyonc is to be taken captive to captivity he
goes, If anyone slays with a sword he must be slain. tl.uke
471 Memories-Paul Chandller, CCS
BRIN MCCLOSKEY-Favorite Pastime-Skiing. Nickname-
Nirb. Favorite Song-"Beast of Burden" by the Rolling
Stones. Memories-snow-skiing. loft. Wed, nights, driving
llonda car through quad. fighting with Mary, Mike
MOLLY McCLURG- 3 yrs. Varsity soccer. 4 yrs. class
activities, Homecoming Commisioner, Munchkin Club
President. Drama Club, "Oliver!", "To Killa Mockingbird",
Sr. Play, Head JV Cheerleader, Nickname-Mudball.
DOUG MclLWRAITH- 4 yrs. Marching Band. Stage
Band, and Pep Band. Favorite Pastime-Cars-Developing
Speed. Nickname-"Dung". Dougie. or Dougal Best Friend-
LUZ MARIE MALLARE-4yrs. FYO. Dance Spectrum.
Nickname-Luz. Favorite Song-"You Were Meant For Me".
TERESA MARRIOTT-4 yrs. of being a Sports Fan. Favor-
ite Pastime-Sit by myself at times, reading. Nickname-Ter-
ry. Best Friend-Janet Cox. Memories-"FII always remember'
my graduation". "Fun I had wffriends
SARA MEAD- 4 yrs. Volleyball. 2 yrs. Swimming, 3 yrs.
Softball, Badmitton, AFS, Varsity Cheerleader. Sr. Board.
Sr. Play. Yearbook Staff. Best Friends-Lynn Shaw, Dolores
Garcia. Cindy Ramirez, .lon Engquest, Jon Pont.
DAVID MEDINA-Best Friends-Tim Kirley, Patty Kel-
leigh. Ed Villesenor. Favorite Pastime-Racing. Weightlift-
ing, Flirting. Memories-Giving Mr. O'Keefe a bad time.
Song-"Running with the Devil". Nicknatne-Medina.
DENISE MEIER-3 yrs. Dance Spectrum, Drill Team. Fa-
vorite Pastimc-Partying. Best Friends-Diane Abey, Dolores
Garcia. l.ynn Shaw. Memories-The "Haunted House" on
Alpine Road. CCS, Steve Martin's "I.et's Get Small".
.IOANN MERIALES-2 yrs. Dance Spectrum. 3 lrs. Ta-
maraw. 4 yrs. FYO. Favorite Song-"You Were Meant For
l.INDA MORIMOTO-Band, Volleyball. CSF, Drill Team.
Asian Club. Sr. Board. Senate. Song-"l.ove's Holiday "by
EWF. Sing-Pisces. "ahmo". '
GUS MUNIZ-Football, CSF, Business Club. Sr. Board,
Computer Club. German Club, Memories-A really neat per-
son, .lean Bornschlegel, and my favorite teacher. Mr. .lohn-
son. Song-"Enjoy and Get it On "by ZZ Top.
VICTORIA MUTIA-2 yrs. Badminton, Sr. Board. .lr. Class
Treasurer. Drill Team-Flag Girls. FYO-Treasurer and Sec-
retary, Tamaraw, CSF, Dance Spectrum. Honor Roll. Nick-
name-Vicky. Song-"It's You That I Need". Sign-Aries
TEAI. NAKAYAMA-Favorite Pastimc-Horsebackriding
dc Discos. Best Friends-Linda Morimoto, Susan lmai, May
Tom. Zen Hines. Favorite Song- "Zoom" by The Commo-
dores. Meinories-CCS '75 Football. Sign: Scorpio.
SUZANNE NOLEN-3 yrs. Volleyball, 4 yrs. Softball. 4
yrs. CSF, 3 yrs. Band. Homecoming Commis.. ASB. .Ir. 8:
Sr. Boards. MVAA Pres. Nicknames-Spal ifl. TTN. Ookii.
Noley. Pastime-Spazzing out. Song-"lf You Leave me
MARIA OCIIOA-Best Friends-Ana Ramirev. .Ianet Cox.
Fevorite Song-"Get Oli". Pastime-I.iste'1ing to Soul Music.
.IOIIN PACELLA-4 yrs. Basketball. 4 yrs. Baseball and 3
yrs. of Football.
IEVELYN PARRISII-Varsity Basketball. B.S.U. Nick-
name-Evil Eve. Best Friends-Betty Robinson, Alan Foster.
Elana Foster. Favorite Song-"One Nation Under a Groove"
CHARLES PASSANTINO-4 yrs. Football. 4 yrs. Basket-
ball. Frosh Baseball. 3 yrs, Track, Sr. Board, Ilomecoming
King. Best Friends-W.Il., .l.P.. F.D.. .I.E.. Memories-Oct.
23. '7n. Woodleaf. Volleyball Marathon.
WENDY PATIENCE-Softball. Yearbook, Sr. Board,
Camp Counselour. Nickname-Breezy, Best Friends-Shari
Bauman, D.S. Favorite Pastime-Music. Soaking up KL laying
in the sun. Favorite Song-"Oh Darling" Sign-Leo.
MONA PEARSON-Drill Team, Color Guard. Sr. Pley.
Best Friends-Bobbi Hill, Karen Weyland, Doug Mcllwraith.
Mike Hawley. Jennifer IIimIer.l Irene Dashler. Nickname-
Mona I.isa, Mo. Mooooonnaaa. Song-"Il" by Bread. Ilobby-
GREG PERKINS-Tennis, Basketball, Baseball. Best
Friends-Everyone is! Memories-Staying after school for be-
ing tardy too much. Missing the school bus 8L also waiting for
it. Driving golf balls over the bleachers.
KATHY PHELPS-3 yrs. cheerleader, Ilead Pom-pon,
Frosh Treas., Sophomore Vice-Pres., ASB Vice-Pres.,
"Spoon River Anthology". "Oliver!", Sr. Board. Drama
Club, 3 yrs. Senate, Yearbook, Munchkin Club Vice-Pres..
.ION PONT-3 yrs. Football t2 Vars.I. 2 yrs. basketball. 3
yrs. baseball, I yr. wrestling, Senior Board, Yearbook Staff.
cia. .Ion Enquist, Chris Kikuchi. Favorite Pastime-Sports.
ANA RAMIREZ-Favorite Pastime-Ballet dancing, Best
Friends-I.etty 8L .lanet. Favorite song-"Teen Angel". Sign-
CYNTHIA M. RAMIREZ- 3 yrs. Basketball. 3 yrs. Soft-
ball. 2 yrs. cheerleader. I yr. soccer. Nickname-Rams, Best
Friends-Cindy Higareda, Favorite Pastime-Softball and eat-
ing. Favorite Song- "Always 8L Forever". Favorite Food-
CIIERYI. F. RAMOS-Senior class treasurer. Senior Board.
F.Y.O.. Tamarraw, Dance Spectrum, C.S.F., Ilonor Roll.
Nickname-"SherreIl". Memories-The way we were in "79"
Favorite Song-"Wishing on a Star". Sign-Scorpio.
.IULIE M. RANEY-Senior Homecoming Float, Senior
Pancake Breakfast. Memories-Making the Eagle at l.ynn
Shaw's house for the I97X Homecoming lloat, Ilomecoming
game '78, 3rd period P.E., lst Semester 78. Hasseling Su-
zanne Nolen. Chemistry 2nd period.
KAY D. RASMUSSEN-Finance' Bob Sumner. Best
Friends-Nancy Schmidt. Favorite Pastime-going out. Favor-
ite Song-"Your the one that I want". Nickname-Legs.
VINCE ROMAO-3 yrs. Football, Gamesters. Senior Board.
Memories-Cruising down El Camino throwing snowballs at
people and cars. Nickname-Vinnie. Best Friends-Grace Eng-
berg, Brin McCloskey. Favorite Pastime-Skateboarding. Fa-
vorite Food-All Food!
MARINA SANDOVAI.-Badminton. Best Friends-.Iosc.
Carmen P. Ninet, Virginia, Mirella, Arturo, Rossana. Fa-
vorite Pastime-Badminton, Volleyball, Dancing. Favorite
Song-"Always 8L Forever". Memories-February 5. l975.
Raining days, Summer .lob.
NANCY I.. SCIIMIDT-Worked at a job most of the time.
Was a good student. Best Friends-Suzanne Nolen. Molly
McCIurg. Kay Rasmenson, Denise Meier, Wendy Harris,
Tyrone Floyd, John Pacella, .Ian Sampson, my boyfriend
PAUL M. SCIIWARTZ-Nickname-Schwartzc. Best
Friends-Everybody I hanged aroung with over the years.
Favorite Pastime-Partying-wrecking and fixing cars. Memo-
ries-Thc time Becca and Maddy got locked in the boys locker
I.YN N SHAW-.lr. Class Pres.. Sr. Board. Sr. Play. Softball,
Soccer. Exec. Cab.. Yearbook Staff, Presidents Council.
Best Friends-Sara Mead. Dolores Garcia. Cindy Ramirey.
.lon Enquist. Favorite Pastime-Kipitling, Cruisin'.
GIl.BERT A. SMITH-German Club. C.S.F.. Inter Club
Council. A.F.S. Best Friends-C. Thompson. M. Bettencourt.
B. Pullen. 'R. Yee. Memories-German Club Ski Trip '77.
Favorite Pastime-Swimming. Favorite Food-Lasagne.
MlCHEl.I.E I.. SMITH-3 yrs. Gymnastics. 3 yrs. Dance
Spectrum, I yr. Tennis. Best Friends-Chris Endicott. Aaron
Wallace. Xavier Bovie. Earl Kriewall and gang. Favorite
Song-A scene from a night's dream "by Genesis. Nickname-
DANIEL A. SNYDER-4 yrs. Marching Band. I yr. Tennis.
I yr. German Club. Nicknamc-"Schneider". Favorite Pas-
tiine-Old Cars. Tennis. Girl Watching, Music. Memories-
Playing in the CCS Football finals during half-time in the
ROBERT A. SUNMER-I yr, Varsity Soccer. Best Friends-
COLE D. TIIOMPSON-German Club. C.S.F.. PTI.. Busi-
ness Club. MGM. Computer Club. I yr. Football. Memories-
I forgot. Favorite Food-Bread. Favorite Pastime-Bicycling.
Nickname-Cole Portor. Best Friends- Gilbert. Henry. Mark,
MAY TOM-C.S.F.. Asian Club. Sign-Taurus. Favorite Pas-
time-Tennis. Bowling. Ice Skating. Favorite Food-Chinese
food. Best Friends-Linda Morinioto. Ellen Wojnar, Susan
Imai. Teal Nakayama.
MYRNA T. TORDA-4 yrs. F.Y.O.. 4 yrs. Tan1araw.Senate
representative. Best Friends-Nancy .lusto. Favorite Pastime-
I like dancing. playing Tennis. Nickname-Myr or Myrna.
Favorite Food-Chinese dish Kc Filipino dish. -
.IOIIIN R. TURNER-4 yrs. B.S.U.. I yr. Var. Soccer. Fa-
vorite Pastime-Model Builder. Best Friends-Carl 'E. Gill.
Nickname-Sabwafare, because Fm everywhere. Favorite
Song-l'll write a song for you. Favorite Food-Chinese.
TODD TURNER-2 yrs. Football, 2 yrs. Track. Nickname-
Toad. Favorite Hobby-Shootin' Pool. Favorite Food-I.a-
SUSIE E. VAGO-3 yrs Spirit Club. Senior Play. I yr.
M.V.A.A.. Ski Club, Sr. Board. Memories-"C.C.S. Football
Champs '75". English I Class. Favorite Pastime-Waterski-
ing. Snowskiing, Gymnastics. Best Friends MM.. l..B.. S.N.,
T.II.. D.G., C.R.. S.M.
PI.ARIDEI. DAUZ VALDEZ-F.YO. Favorite Pastime-
Guitar. Nickname-l.arry. Best Friends-Pinoys. Favorite
Song-"Who Can I Turn To'?". Memories-Good Times.
AARON WALLACE-3 yrs. Track. 3 yrs. Cross Country,
Senior Board. Best Friends-Michelle Smith. Earl Kriewall
and gang. Favorite Classes-Ms. Rossano's Biology class. Mr.
.Iohnson's Physics Class. Favorite Pastime-Flying. Nick-
Friends-Steve Myers. .ludy G.. Motn, Dad. sisters, Denise
Bellamy, Sue N.. Les B., Vince R., Chas ll., Darel D.. Molly
M., Barb ll. Favorite Pastimc-Bicycling. Touring. Skiing.
KAREN WEYLAND-2 yrs. Drill Team. C.S.F.. M.G.M.. I
yr. Color Guard, 4 yrs. Drama Crew. Senior Board, 3 yrs.
Student Government, Dance Spectrum.
SANDRA A. YAMA.II-Nickname-Sandy. Sign-Aries.
"Chaka" tllang I.oose!I. Favorite Song-"First Impressions".
Memories-".lo. Remember when we went to SVIIS in your
dad's car and. . .!!!"
RONALD ll. YEE-3 yrs. AFS. CSF President, Bus. Club
Treas.. 2 yrs. German club. 2 yrs. Asian Club. AFS Secre-
tary. Favorite Pastime-Assembling model war kits. Best
Friends-Gilbert Smith. Nickname-Reggie.
ALBERT YU-3 yrs. Soccer. Badm inton. CSF. Best Friend-
Robert Manzano. Nickname-Albert "You". Memories-As
an ESI. student. I would like to thank Mr. Benurdes for
teaching me ESI. English at the beginning because it had
been quite helpful. Group-Bee-Gees.
CARMEN ZELAYA-Volleyball, Badminton. Other-"Good
l.uek To My Friends". Memories-To the I975, I976, 8:
I077 years of my life. Song-"A Kiss And Say Good-bye, See
Me Obvido Otravvcz". Favorite Pastime-Singing, Dancing
GERMAN ZELAYA-Swim Team. Waterpolo Team, 3 yrs.
I.a Rala. 923 yrs. Las Atnericas, "I.a Batalla Del Cinco De
Mayo" "El Despertar Del Io". Memories-My two 'ra yrs.
through Mountain View Iligh, Friends. enemies? Plats,
school. cut. Best Friends-Tim K.. Ana Tierney.
GLENN ZWEIGLE-Frosh Football 84 .IV Football Cap'I.,
Var. Football- 2 yrs. Basketball. Frosh Baseball Cap't.. .IV
Baseball, 2 yrs. var. Baseball. .lV, VAR. Wrestling. Favorite
Pastitne-Waterskiing, Snow Skiing, Surfing. Sports. Nick-
name-Monkey. Song-"Always 8: Forever".
ROBERT MANZANO-4 yrs. CSF, 2 yrs. Business Club,
Track, C 8c D Basketball. Tennis, Sr. Board. Favorite Pas-
time-Sleeping, Fishing. Playing Tennis, Baskeball. Jogging.
Favorite Song-"Dust in the Wind". by Kansas. Nickname-
Bob, Berto. Sign-Aquarius.
IIORTENCIA ROMO-Mascot. Soph. Treasurer, .Ir. Clas
Vice-Pres.. 2 yrs. I.a Raza, 2 yrs. Cinco De Mayo, Home-
coming. Yearbook, Sr. Board, Sr. Play, "EI Despertar".
Cinco De Mayo Queen. Ilomecoming Princess, 2 yrs. Ilonor
Roll. Boyfriend-Danny Garza. Nickname-Orty.
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The seniors worked hard and they pulled off a really great show. Here
and Nowis a play about real life kinds ofpcople with real problems. lt was
hard, but they did it and they did it well. And they learned a lot!
All the seniors helpedg some acted, some ushered, some worked the
lights, and one pulled the curtain but they all worked together to pull off
one of the biggest fundraisers of the year.
Working with others on a play is a real experience. It brings people
close and the cast and crew of Here and Now will never forget the
closeness that they felt towards one another.
The future memories will be ofthe long rehearsals, the hard work on the
programs and posters, the nervousness of opening night, and the patient
help of their director Jim Vaughn. It may have been a little bit of a shock
to parents, teachers, and friends but to them it meant a lot and they were
proud of it.
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This years Varsity Football team did not have one of
the most successful seasons in the schools history, but the
Eagles played their hearts out and made every game a
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by the 21 first downs against league champion Peterson.
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Fine efforts from seniors, Charlie Passantino, Emmit
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made the team a potential threat everytime they took the
The team recieved fine play from their sophomores
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Gil Tachibana. These players will make a good nucleaus
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Near Championship For Frosh-Soph
Missed Extra Point he Difference
The Frosh-Soph football team ended with a 7-1-
1 record. Although the Eagles missed the cham-
pionship by half a game, they had the best record
held in many years. Their only missed win was over
their rival school Los Altos. The score was 14-0 ,
until the Eagles came back with two touchdowns. 1
They didn't get the extra point because ofa mis-
take and lost 14-13. This cost them both the game
and the championship.
The Frosh-Soph team had an excellent offense
and an excellent line, which made holes for the
halfbacks and held together for passes. The half-
backs and receivers were excellent in making yard-
age when it was needed, and scored up to 34 points -f, ,sw
in a single game.
This was one of the best teams ever on its level
and looks for a championship next year. 1' 'ld
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Top Row: Coach S. Alban, Coach D. Mateo, R. Cash, M. Preston, J. Glenn, G. King, L. Gardner, L, Cole, S. Kirkpatrick, T. Acala, B. McKay, Coach ll
Whitney Middle Row: T. Miller, J. Perez, T. Mateo, I.. Blackletter, F. Mcmolo, A. Osborne, T. Taylor, L, Nair, K. Ranieri, M. Dalton, SD, Greene Botto
Row: R. Zavala, C. Beavers, S. Pena, J. Villarreal, A. Cavagnaro, M. Bush, R. Martinez, B. Bryant, C. Fowler, J. Tillman
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Spikers 79-Itis A Hit!
Inexperience is the word you can use to
describe this year's Varsity volleyball team
which had only two returning veterans-Sue
Nolen and Margie Higa. The loss of veteran,
Sara Mead was another factor that hurt the
team's overall record.
The team started off league play against
the two toughest teams in the SCVAL-St.
Francis and Los Altos. Victories over these
two teams could have led to a CCS berth in
the league playoffs, but a couple of off nights
thwarted the girls. Led by coach Jan Peter-
son, the Eagles proved to be tough competi-
tion in the remaining league competitions.
Top hitter for the team was Sue Nolen,
aided by setters Margie Higa and Joann Ki-
kuchi. The team looks to next year with five
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Back row QL-RJ: S. Nolen, S. Mead, L. Beyer, K. Miura, Coach Jan Peterson Front row CL-RJ:
M. Higa, J. Kikuchi, J. Madera.
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The "agony" of defeat
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Kathy and Sara up for the block
Kathy dinks one over
Margie slams home a serve.
Sue gets set to "slam!"
Eagles find holes in opposition defense.
Julita and Sue block out LA.
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M coach Angie Fischinger played their way
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25 'iiir ' tif! 'ff M Elana Foster who was later moved up to
ll' raL1--f-swr 5 is M' Varsity. The climax of their season was
E y T rlti . y, their victory over Los Altos.
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M A , T jg sity Team, and we know they will do a
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Back row QL-RJ: Coach Jan Peterson, R. Tom, Y. Tsuge, C. Blcisner, Front row tl.-RJ:
T. Macklin, J. Murphy, L. Harlow. Not Pictured: E. Foster, P. Eulate and Coach
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Linda spikes over Santa Clara.
Coach "Fish" explains team strategy.
m congratulates Pat on excellent play
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Nadine "hustIes" for the ball!
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This year, our Cee volleyball team ended the year
with a 10-7 record. Veterans Teri Floyd, Ela Ancheta,
and Lianne Adamson provided the backbone for the
team, aided by Lauri Code and Terry Hutter. Many
of the girls will be returning next season to provide the
needed experience for the Varsity and JV teams.
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'. Luna. L. Adamson, J. Okimura, T. Alvarado, E. Ancheta. a Sets one up'
C's Faced Long Hard Season
The C basketball team struggled
their way through a no win season.
Though the eagles fought hard, they
couldn't quite seem to get the eagle ma-
chine to work.
Outstanding players were sopho-
more, Mike Gill and freshman, Andy
The team is looking for a better sea-
son next year.
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Top row: Coach K. Bailey, N. Carbonel, E. McGee, M. Gill, A. Olsen Bottom row: L. Williams, R
Edora, A. Ariyama. Not pictured T. Mathis.
Noli makes a shot.
Mike Gill takes a free throw.
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op row: V. Balcita, A. Valdez, C. Labsom, E. Barrera, A. Lavarias, J. Sarmiento, Coach Bailey.
ottom row: T. Jcnvey, J. Rin, R. Rin, E. Andrade, M. Lavarias, D. Sarmiento.
The d's played an abbrevlated season endmg m 7 3 record The
team worked exceptionally hard for thelr wmmng season Awards
were given to the outstanding performances of Armando Lavar
ias M.V.P. and Visar Blalclta M I P
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Our 1979 smashers had an experienced season. With
12 Frosh on the team and returning players from 1978,
next year looks to be a good season. Top seeded Varsity
players for singles were Sara Nakamura, Judy Haya-
mizu, Cindy Carson, and Lori Oakley. In doubles top
seeded players were Debbie Snyder, Susan Imai, and
Cora Sevidal and Marijo Santos. J.V. individual honors
went to Lori Oakley, Charlene Howell, and Susan Bal-
It looked good to me!
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up row. L to R: Susan Balcita, Charlene Howell, Terri Czifrik, Becca Gustafson, Cindy Carson,
:ronica Nogales, Susan lmai, Mrs. North, Judy Hayamizu. Bottom Row. L to R: Lori Oakley, Cora
:vidal, Melonie Divina, Marijo Santos, Janet Sloan, Dani Moen, Kelly Fleming. Not pic. Sara
akamura, Elizabeth Sevidal, Debbie Snyder
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This year the 1978 Mountain View Cross Country Team mad
a bit of history. For the first time in over 2 decades the cros
country team capture the Santa Clara Valley League Champior
ship. Throughout the season MV had beaten every team in thre
center meets and three invitationals. Halfway through the leagu
championship the race was slipping away from Mountain Viev
At the halfway point in the tough 3 mile Foothill course, Da
Gonzalez was leading Cubberlys Martin Vavuris, last year
champion by three yards, Barry Miller and Doug Aoyagi were Z
and 22 place and Steve Reiling was dragging the team to su
defeat in 35 place. Mountain View looked as though they woul
whip. Their places were 7,8,9,15 and 16, defeat was immenen
But MV put it together. Dan Gonzalez set the meet recor
running 15:31. Mario Springer blew Vavuris away at the two mil
mark, finishing at 15:45. The big story was number five, Stew
Reiling. He moved up from 435 to finish 12th in front of Aoyag
For the first time in Mtn. Views history we've had a girls tean
They qualified for the regionals by finishing 5th in the leagu'
Linda Loney, with an impressive year, beat Irene Vavuris, la:
years champion, losing only to Wendy Huston of Gunn
The final victory of the day forMtn. Miew was Brian Pullen
amazing victory in the JV race, with Stuart Campbell runnin
third. MOUNTAIN VIEW IS A CROSS COUNTRY CHAN
DANNY 8L MARIO "CONGRATS',
Linda pushes for the finish.
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Although our 1979 swim team was very small, our girls
still prove tough. With only a 9 person team, our team
competed against the larger and more experienced teams
with alot of courage and blue pride. ,The team has been
improving all season in time, and techique. Karen Rollison
andSTammy Velho qualified for C.C.S.
Coach Hettinger looks on.
Zobel pulls to the finish.
JX.. Standing. L to R: Karen Zobel, Sylvia Ayala, Coach Pam Hettinger, Pam McQuill:
AA' N-f Karen Rollison. Sitting. L to R: Elizabeth Biancardi, Diane Aldinger, Andrea Bornsch
" gel, Tammy Velho, Not pic. Dena Stolte
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Diane beats'em at the start.
Varsity Water Polo Comes Up With Best Record
The Varsity Water Polo team
emerged with the best record in the
schools history. The teams 7-ll record
was highlighted by an exciting win over
Peterson, which proved to be the
schools first water polo win since 1975.
Headed by Mr. Bill Smith the Ea-
gles worked very hard as indicated by
their outstanding record.
Congratulations to Mr. Smith and
the team for a job well done.
pvvpz Top Row: J. Beirn, R. Eastwood, G. Switzer, T. Downey Bottom Row: J. Okamura
Bukalish, J. Little, J. David, A. Bernal, Coach B. Smith, Not Pictured B. Hop
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Frosh-Soph, Successful Season
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joyed a great deal of success this year as
pointed out by their overall 9-10 record.
Unfortunatley only one of the team's 9
wins came in actual league play.
Placing 3rd in the Santa Cruz Invita-
tional proved to be the highlight of the
League honors went to first team all
leaguer Guy Vaughn who will be only one
of the spirited players to move up and
compete at the varsity level next year.
Pat clears the ball.
Loughran sets for a shot.
ttom L to R: Brian Bellamy, Matt Nolen, Pat Burke, Dave Leiser, Eric Hutsell. Top L to R:
Eve Walker, Dave Muhlestein, Guy Vaughn, Gary Porta, Tom Loughran, Pat McMordie- f
FALL DRAMA STARTS OFF WITH
TO KILL A MQCKINGBIRD-A HUGE SUCCESS
Teachers, parents, and students combined to
make this play a hit. Many long hours where put in
by the company of 43 to make the elaborate set,
authentic costumes, and realistic make up. It was
an experience for everyone company and audience
included. The director Mr. Vaughan put in much
time, effort, and dedication, which was the founda-
tion that enabled the company of "Mockingbird',
to make the play the success it was. Altogether it is
an event that will belong remembered by all.
and he ns 6 M feet tall." Jem describes Boo Radley.
Take Helen inside Cal," Atticus advises The audience is shocked at the Jury s verdict of guilty
Dead Shot Finch takes aim.
Jean Louise describes the court scene.
Oh Atticus, do we have to go home?"
Jean Louise Finch
Heck Tate ..,,...
Judge Taylor ...,.
Boo Radley .....
Mrs. DuBose ....,...
Reverend Sykes . .
Mayella Ewell . . .
Nathan Radley ....
Mr. Gilmer .......
Tom Robinson . . .
Helen Robinson . . .
. . ..., Teresa Blanchard
. . . Delia MacDougall
Rhonda Denise Harris
..... . . Dave Whiting
. .... Herschel Sanders
. . . ,... Herschel Sanders
. . . . . Leslie Stanton
. . . . . Molly McClurg
. . . . Clea Arthur Lee, Jr.
..... James Vaughan
. . . . Steve Reiling
. . . . Will O'Connell
. . . . Russ Korupp
. . . .Kevin Haralson
. . .Rhonda Karriem
6'El Despertar Del l6"
A Play With Cultural Pride!
El Despertar was performed on September 15 by Teatro Estu-
diantil De La Raza. El Despertar was the first play performed in the
history of M.V.H.S. concerning Mexican independence day. The
play itself was about a classroom of Chicano students coming back to
school from summer vacation and finding a mural painted on a wall
of the classroom. A figure in the mural suddenly comes to life and
shows the students, through historical and modern scenes, that they
are like their ancestors-involved in a struggle for justice and equa-
lity, and that education, pride and unity are the keys to determing a
better future Cmore coverage on pgl32J.
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PEOPLE STIRS THE REVOLUTIONP
Joe and Larry are amazed at the sudden life in the mural
Martin discusses the hard life of the Mestizo
Students discuss the opportunities for chicanos as well as pride within themselves
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The Eagles flew through Homecoming week, enjoying many memo-
rable events. Dressed in funky hats, rolled-up jeans, bobby socks, skirts
and shoes, the eagles recreated a 50's day. Classes competed in pump-
kin carving, pie eating, balloon stomping and float-making contests.
At the rally on Friday, a very happy Charlie Passantino was crowned
the 1978 Homecoming King. Later, the eagles paraded down Castro
Street with their floats which showed the hard work and effort put in by
the classes. The sophomore class float took top honors in the parade.
That night the eagles showed their spirit at Foothill College. The
game was dedicated to Phil Rognier for his work as a teacher and Dean
of Student Activities. Though the game was lost, sparkling halftime
ceremonies lifted spirits. Returning majorette and Homecoming Queen
of 1977, Alice Nicholas, entertained the crowd with her twirling of
swords and batons. It was also a special night for Dolores Garcia, who
was crowned the 1978 Homecoming Queen.
The week ended with a dance held Saturday night hosted by the
Senior Class. The eagles got down and boogied to the sounds of their
favorite disco music.
The drums roll
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'81 captures first pl
L.A. Knights threaten Eddie Eagle
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Last year's Homecoming King
Kent Cole, is being pictured here
because of an error in the 1977-78
yearbook. Kent was our Senior
Class Vice-President and our stu-
dent body president as well as one
of the most active students at
Mountain View. We wish Kent
the very best at Chico State Uni-
versity, and we will always re-
member his contributions at
Cheerleaders Build Spirit.
Always visible, the school rah-rahs play an im-
portant role in building and in encouraging our
teams on. Like working for the post office the
cheerleaders are expected to perform their cuties
rain or shine- light or dark- if all this sounds really
bad and overly sentimental, just try standing in the
rain at 9:00 at night during a football game and
Seriously, the job of a cheerleaders is demand-
ing, one that requires dedication and hard work.
Thanks to all the girls who contributed their time
and effort, and to Mr. Randall their outstanding
.IV Top, .lerylann Mossner, Middleg Maggie Costa Bottomg Joann
Mossner, Christy Nunley, Leslie Kinney
lettergirlsg L to R: Madeleine Emery, Rhonda Karriem, Stephanie Vowell,
Michelle Lipnick, Anna Tierney, Patty Dennis, Donna Kirley
Varsity-L to Rg Top Row: Kathy Phelps, Cindy Ramirez, Sara Mead, Dolores
Garcia, Glenna Hall
Pom Pons-L to R3 Denise Stevens, Karen Phelps, Sherry Picardal, Suzy Va
Mascots-L to R3 Rhonda Harris, Kristi Miller
Tumblers L to R Eileen Duhime Debbie Duhalme
Advisor Mr Randall
fheerleading squad: Top Row-L to R1 Suzy Vugo, Sherry Picardal, Karen Phelps. Denise Stevens, 2nd rowg
fladeleine Emery, Rhonda Ktirriem. Stephanie Vowell, Michelle Lipnick. Anna Tierney, Putty Dennis,
Donna Kirley. 3rd row: Dolores Garcia. Kathy Phelps. Cindy Ramirez. Sum Mead. Glenna Hull. Jerylunn
flossner. Christy Nunley. Leslie Kinney. .lotinn Mossner. Maggie Costa. Bottom row. Debbie Duhuime. Kristi
fliller. Rhonda Harris, Eileen Duhtime,
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Front Row: J. Himler, L. Wclls, B. Hill, M. Pearson, Back Row: C. Whiting, T. Osborne, K. Weyland, I. Dashler, li
Wheat, J. Smith.
Front row: A. Ashby, G. Haase, D. Aoyagi, R. Obuchi, D. Okubo, S. Kinamin, L. Padilla. Second row: B. Knitter, P. Aoyagi, B. Hagen,
Conway, K. Watanabe M. Saturnino, K. MacGowan. Third Row: E. Lau, C. Labson, T. Calica, A. McNeil, B. McKay, D. Snyder, L. Davi
Fourth Row: D, Leger, J. Hogsett, B. Pugh, S. MacDonald, J. Baldwin, N, Burke. Fifth Row: J. Carver, P. Farley, J. Bettencourt, P. Carve:
E. Smith, A. Harmon. Sixth Row: F. Allen, J. Lugn, D. Mcllwraith, J. Renke, R. Libuano, B. Randall, D. Edwards. Seventh Row: A. Royol
V. Vanden Bosch, J. Dooley, M. Tidwell, J. Spenader, A. Wilbur, A. Ariyama, D. Dessun, Eighth Row: R. Skare, R. Hourany, M. Takayam
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Congratulations to the Marching Band
and Color Guard for their outstanding
performances in competition this season.
With their change in marching style and
brand new uniforms, our eagle marchers
captured two awardsg one at the San Jose
Parade and First Place at the Cupertino
Directors Don Nelson, Gary West, and
Drum Major, Richard Obuchi have done a
1-2-3- Band Rah!!!
The band moves on
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FRONT ROW: K. Watanabe, L. David, A. Ashby,
L. Padilla, D. Okubo, R. Hourany, D. Aoyagi, S.
Kiniman. SECOND ROW: B. Randall, N. Burke, J.
Bettencourt, E. Lou, K. Watanabe, A. Ariyama, D.
Dessun, M. Saturnino, P. Aoyagi, M. Takayama, B.
Pugh, THlRD ROW: .I. Renke, J. Dooley, V. Van-
den Bosch, J. Baldwin, S., MacDonald, R. Skare, A.
Royala, J. Lugn, D. Mcllwraith, R. Libuano, J.
Spenader, R. Obuchi, M. Tidwell, A. Wilbur. BACK
ROW: B. Nitter, B. Hagen, K. McGowan, D. Sny-
der, D. Leger, A. McNeil, K. Labson, B. McKay, T.
Calica, P, Carver, J. Hogsett, A. Harris.
FRONT ROW: K. Fleming, S. Seymour,
K. Crosson, C. Whiting, C. Nunlcy, J
Sloan, M. Costa, D. Berg, C. Higuchi. SE
CONG ROW: R. Harris, T. Daniels, L
Stanton, K. Willisma, D. Richey, M
Hunt, D. Stolte, R. Harris, T. Blanchard
BACK ROW: B. Van De Muir, D. Terry
P. Lavrischeff, .l. Harold, P. Scheid, M
Reeves, J. O'Conncll, E. Collins, H
FRONT ROW: S. Maycda, R. Hourany
K. Watanabe, D. Jack, B. Holden, B
Pugh. BACK ROW: A. Pinter, S. Brad-
ley, J. Lugn, D. Mcllwraith, R. Skare.
THE CHRISTMAS CAROL
A Christmas Play With Holiday Charm
Cast takes a bow
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Christmas? Did they do their shopping?
Sleep? No! They went to play rehearsals.
They put on a play. They did The Christ-
mas Carol starring Steve Reiling as Eben-
ezer Scrooge, and which was directed by
alumni Greg Jenkins under the guidance
of Jim Vaughn.
With a 15 person cast and the rest help-
ing on crews, they presented a really enter-
taining show which had holiday spirit and
Agun Scrooge denies the Christmas Spirit.
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Suzanne pounds it down court!
GIRLS DO IT WITH FORM!!!
Basketball is the name of the game. That's what our
girls proved it to be. Our girlsjust missed the play-offs
in a close game against Santa Clara. They were de-
feated 39-45, but still wrapped up a fourth place
league finish with a record of 7-4. One of the high-
lights was the Christmas Tournament, which took
place at Cupertino High School. Our girls were de-
feated against Jameslick and Independence High
School. But came back with two victories one over
Sunnyvale and the other over Pioneer High School.
They placed fourth out of sixteen teams. You did a
good job Eagles!!!!!
Eagle girls relax down court!
Macklin conccntr Iles lor the h i mp'
Macklin hits over 2 defenders.
Elana seta up the offense.
lmai charges down the court Rose tips it in for 2.
Sitting L to R: Julita Madera, Sue Nolen, Margie Higa. Kneeling L to R: Caroline Bishop. Susan li
Joanne Kikuchi, Elana Foster Standing: Ms. Cotton, Linda Harlow, Rose Tom, Theresa Macl
Girls In ough Competition
Led by Kathy Miura and Donna Okubo, the J.V. team finished a
tough schedule with a commendable record of 6-7. Strong defense
coupled with a hard "press" gave teams in the league a rough session
when the eagles took the court. Coach North saw great improvement in
her squad and is looking to the next season. Good job eagles!
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Jackie over powers her opponent
Karen takes the ball down court
Kathy and Julie ready for action
Donna dribbles down court for Z!
The Eagles bring it in
Santos on the move!
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agles Struggle With Tough Schedule
This year's Varsity basketball season can only
: decribed as unfortunate. The team emerged
ith a 0 and I0 season, as they played in the
ughest SCVAL league in I5 years. The high-
ght of the Eagle year was their only win over
lenlo school in the early part of the season.
The team played hard in all of their outings
ltC0l1ldI'lil pull out a victory. It was the feeling
'many that if M.V. could have won one game,
would have been the start to a winning season.
.andout include MVP Jon Enquist and MIP
When asked about next years season some of
e younger players said "theres no where to go
it up." Better luck next year.
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Frosh-Soph started their season off with a
bang by coming in second in the Fremont Tour-
niment. They continued their excitement
throughout the season, as each game seemed to
be more exciting that the previous one. The
team had a good year and produced many fine
players that should help the varsity in the come-
ing years. All-leaugers and Co-M.V.P's Leigh
Cole and Fernando Mutia, led the way as the
Forsh-Soph enjoyed their finest season in resent
Fernado drives the lane for easy bucket.
Left to right: Top row- F. Allen, F. Mutia L. Cole, G. Tachibana M Dush Bottom roi
R. Martinez, M. Lewis, Costa, R. Ramcriz.
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Injuries, inexperience and bad weather played key roles in this year's
Girls Varsity Soccer team's play. Although they captured a few pre-
season victories, their efforts were not as successful in regular league play.
The girls played their hearts out and held defending S.C.V.A.L. champi-
ons, Los Altos to a score of 2-0 in an exciting rematch from last years.
Karen Zobel led the tough defense and was voted
M.V.P. by her teammates. Other defensive standouts
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were Katie Bornschlegel and Diane Aldinger. High
scoring honors went to Pari Rossi who also contribut-
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A fight for the ball,
Top Row: Coach Nava, L. Beyer, S. Vowell, K. Zobel. Middle Row: P. Rossi, K. Rollison, A. Bornschlegel, D. Aldinger. Bottom
Row: D. Stolte, M. Luna, M. McClurg, D. Garcia, L. Shaw.
Ready - Aim - FIRE!
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.Vfs-Ready For Next Year
The J.V. Soccer team experienced quite a building
year, gaining the much needed skills and endurance
necessary for the game. The training received will be
most valuable to the varsity squad next year.
Eva Rivera was voted MVP and led the team
offensively. Other standouts were Valerie Quintana and
Sylvia Ayala. Ayala was later moved up to the varsity
Valerie takes it down.
Top Row: S. Little, C. Howell, S. Ayala, N. Neumann, Middle Row: A. Harman, J. Milton, E. Rivera, P. McQuillan, Bottom
Row: V. Quintana, J. Ramsey, K. Mann, W. Hajenious, D. Saulus.
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Pam sets up defensivlcy
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Eagles Kick Through Season
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The Mountain View varsity soccer
team had a long season but got by
with a victory over Palo Alto.
Although the team had a tough
season there was outstanding play by
JOE CASSARA, who made co-
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also made lst team all-league in the
S.C.V.A.L. There was also some ex-
cellent play from ALBERT YU and
The Varsity Eagles are looking
forward to being contenders next
year in the league, according to
Coach Otto Sterba.
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RJ Front row: A. Yu, J. Aceves, H. Lu, T. Hinshaw, J, Flanagan, T. T. Nguyen, T. Andres, and
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V's ave A Good Season.
The frosh-soph soccer team had a good sea-
son, according to coach Dienger. The team had
outstanding performance by Vince VanDen
Bosh, John Dooley, and Clint Hayes. The most
notable by Jeff Baskins, who made All-league at
goalkeeper. Through the team will be losing a
great coach in Mr. Dienger, the Frosh-Soph will
be looking forward to a rewarding season nest
B-R Jose Dooley. Ian Gillern, Jeff Baskins, Vince Van Den Bosch, Duc Tran, John Davids
Jacob Wellington. M-R: Donald Marcy, Eric Labson, Clint Hayes, Jamie Rettig, Todd Lit
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Varsityf .V. rapplers Finish Tough Seasoi
The wrestling team, under the coaching of Art
Olmos, struggled their way through a long season
with a final record of 4-5. The memorable events
for the team were beating rivals Los Altos and
Although the teamls performance didn't fly with
its record, they showed good competition at four
tournaments. At Cupertino, C. Beavers placed 6th,
D. Olmos - 3rd and M. Darang - 2nd. At Blossom
Hill, D. Olmos - lst and M. Blevin - lst. At Cam-
den, D. Olmos - lst, and at Overfelt, D. Olmos -
3rd and M. Blevin - 4th,
Individual statistics proved to be the highlight of
the season. M. Blevin placed 2nd in league and
regional tournament as a heavyweight. D. Olmos
placed 4th in league tournament at l23 lbs. J.
Tillman placed 4th in league tournament at l35
lbs. C. Beavers placed 3rd in league tournament at
98 lbs. L. Gardner placed in JV Tournament at 177
lbs, and L. Garcia placed lst in JV Tournament as
Top Rowz Coach A. Olmos, O. Darang, M. Preston, M. Dalton, B. Arellanes, D
Olmos, Bottom Row: ll. Masuda, C. Beavers, M. Stienke, J. Tillman, T. Mateo, R
Zavala. Not Pictured: M. Blevin, G. Deleon, I-I Sanchez, M. Darang, N. Siler, T
Galica, M. Fowler, F. Gicale, S. Usher.
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Dalton puts a half on his opponent.
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Top Row: K. Darrow, K. Munn. R. Ballou. M. van Erp, M. Code. N, Dclcon. Bottom
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HI! if someone says "America", the first things I remember
are peanut butter and football--but that sure isn't all! I have had
such a great time here in California that I just can't forget this
So many things are different here than in Finland but I find it
fun to try everthing new. Mountain View High is a lot different
than "Iisalmen Lukiof' my school back home, but i enjoy being
here and having all my great classes and great teachers. To me it
was new to have all six classes every day, but I like it.
I want to thnak all those nice people who have helped me and
I hope that you all will have a nice summer!
Vuokko Loksy, exchange student from Finland.
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Vuokko and sister Linda playing their favorite game.
Last year, I never would have thought I'd be spending this year in
Germany. In fact, I was looking forward to being a MVHS senior,
not wondering where my new home for a year would be or how my
new family and I would get along. How life changes! Now, instead of
being so involved with senior activities, I don't even have time to
think because I am so busy trying to learn how to speak German and
get along in a new culture.
l'm living with a family of three in a town called Lage tbetween
Bielefeld and Dermoldj. My family, as well as people from school
and around the neighborhood, have made me feel very much at
home, despite the contrasts between American and German cul-
tures-several of which l've already come across. Learning about
these cultural differences, which l'm sure I'll encounter more of as
the year goes on, is part of the reason I applied for AFS and besides,
without these differences, you could hardly call the "AFS exper-
ience" an experience!!
exchange student to Lage, Germany.
Thanksgiving in Deutschland with another AFS student.
Denise and little brother
Denise with dad, brother and grandparents on Hcligabend IChristmas Fvcl
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T. Mccabe, V. Hernandez, J. Diaz, R. Jara I. Hernandez, H. Romo, Mrs.
M. Dcnevan, A. Alvarado, H. Montez, B. Sias, Not Pictured: V, Quintana,
G. Corals, D. Corals, S. Austin.
CLUB LAS AMERICAS
Club las Americas, under the sponsorship of Diane
Meyers, is a group of active students, representative of
various Latin-American backgrounds. With great pride in
their language and cultures, they have presented several
school and community activities including folkdances,
dinners, fund raisers and dramatic productions. One of the
most successful schoolfcommunity events is thedCinco de
Mayo celebration, sponsored by Club las Americas and
MEChA. This activity has involved hundreds of people in
a culturally traditional fiests where everyone enjoys the
food and entertainment of the Spanish-speaking commu-
M.E.Ch.A. CMovimiento Es-
tudiantil Chicano de Atzlanj
earlier known as "La Raza Un-
ida", is a group of active chicano
and Latino students. In the past
years they have had many fund
raisers which lead up to the cele-
bration of "Cinco de Mayo".
The profits go to scholarships
for Chicanos and Latinos. This
school year, MEChA along with
Club Las Americas had a dra-
mactic production which had
students realize that they too are
involved in a social struggle, and
emphasized that pride, unity and
education are the keys to self-
determination. The club also
sold carnations at Valentineis Day, watermelon at the May
Fair, and participated with Foothill College's MEChA's
Cinco de Mayo celebrations at Rengstorff Park. We would
like to thank Maria Garcia and Ralph Bettencourt for all
their time and effort they have put into the Club. Con el
orgullo y espiritu de nuestra gente, VOLVEREMOS!
C. Rodriguez, M. Zelaya, A. Hernandez, G. Alas, J. Zelaya, C. Ze-
laya, N. Gody, A. Ocboa, M. Cuevas. Not pictured: R. Ochoa, S.
Rodriguez, S. Zamudio, M, Sanchez, A. Marcy, P. Rivera, B. Avila, P.
Alvercz, P. Branbila, I. Hernandez.
The drama club was very active again this year, they had various found
rasiers such as the sale of cookies at football games, along with perform-
ing two major productions, l'To Kill a Mockingbird, and Once upon a
Mattress. The two fall and spring term presidents were Teresa Blanchard
and Molly McClurg. They on the behalf of the club wish to thank the
student body for the support of the drama clubs productions, and promise
that "The Drama Club will be back next year even brighter and stronger
under the leadership of the upcoming underclassmenl'
The asian club combined with the Sister City
organization to promote a better understanding of
the Asian background of many of our students.
Through Sister City, M.V. students can spend part
of their summer travling in Japan, and on alterna-
tive years, Japanese students can visit our country.
A most interesting and lively club.
. The Journalism club
The Journalism Club was a new club this year, and its major job was to publish our school paper, The Eagle. The club
lead by 'Mr. Leo Van Munchin, was quite success and the paper was welcome around campus. One of the bi
accomplishments of the paper was to campaign for student rights in a local business that was borowing students durin
classtime. The students won- Thanks Eagle!
The Mountain View High School Business club is going to Yosemite again. Members raised funds for their trip by selling
stuffed animals at christmas. The project was successful one and the money was raised necessary for an over trip planed the
weekend of April 27. The group plans to hike and hopes there will be some snow left to enjoy. Members may plan another
activity before the end of the semester but right now they are polishing their biking boots!
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The computer club is a group of students who use the M.V.H.S. computers outside ofclasstime, before and after school and
at lunch and brunch. Members write programs and play computer games, for which no previous experience is necessary. The
club has raised money to buy new programs including one which allows people to play chess against the computer.
The Runners' Club was a new club formed this year club went to a Midnight Run in Los Altos on New Years
designed to promote running in the school. This year, the Eve day.
The Mountain View Ski Club has been very active this
year. Among a few weekend trips to lake Tahoe they went
on a trip to salt Lake City Utah during the week of
February I2-l9th. All the trips were made possible by the
dedicated president Robert Weber and the club advisor
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The club is made up of people with skills ranging from
beginners to experts. All of which have the bug for sking
The Mountain View Ski Club is a unigue group who's
primary goals are to ski as much as possible and to have
fun. They succeed very well in these areas.
Munchkin Club, new this year, was founded by four little seniors.
rst they had to find an advisor so they picked another proud
orty, Mr. Finnell. This little club was headed by Molly McClurg-
'esident, Kathy Phelps-Vice President, Dolores Garcia- Secretary
id Diane Abbey, their super munchkin, as Treasurer and they
lded eleven more members. n
They started out the year by nominating Kathy Phelps and Vince
omao for homecoming candidates. Later they carried out a super
and raiser selling munchkin candy bars. The profets of which took
lem to Great America. Besides all these they had the added fun of
articipating in the gong show singing "We welcome you to much-
in land" and "Short People."
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Mtn. View Athletic Association held one of its most suc-
cessful candy duries ever! Under the leadership of President
Suzanne Nolen, the club set a record for candy bars fund
raising. This enabled the club to hold three separate banquets
instead of the usual end-of-the-year banquet. "Congrats to
all of the board members and participants." And thanks for
all the hard work done which lead to such a successful year!
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The German club uner the sponsorship of Mr. Otto
Sterba, engaged in a number of activities designed to give
our students a sence of German culture.
The B.S.U. here at Mt. View High School planed activities for the celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King's Birthday
and for Black History Month.
During November and December the group sold Hot Chocolate before school in the morning to raise funds for Black
History Month. They planned to have at least three major activities, here at the school, to highlight the contributions of
Black Americans in this country. They will also be having some traditional African artifacts in our displays for the month.
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The M.V.H.S. business club went to Yosemite once again. Members raised funds for their trip by selling stuffed animals
at Christmas and the project was huge success. The money was raised for an overnight trip which was planned the weekend
of April 27. They were involved in many other activities and also added to the great number of successful clubs here at
AFS is the American Field Service, an international, non-profit
iolarship program operating in over 60 countries to give I6-I8
,ir olds the chance to live for a summer or a year with families in
A is for Americans Abroad, which Steve Kinaman hopes to
some in I979, After a series of interviews, Steve was chosen to be
Juntain View High School's candidate. Steve hopes to follow in
: footsteps of Francine Howell, who is living with a family in
Jrway and Denise Bellamy, who is in Germany this year.
F is for field, friendship and families, which make student ex-
inges possible. Hosting an AFS student offers a chance for new
sndships, personal growth, and discovery. Last August, the
ney family welcomed Vuokko Loksy from Finland. Vuokko is
loying this year as a senior at MVHS with the help of her
neriean host sister, Linda.
S is for service and support from the volunteers who make
dents exchanges possible. Students, parents, teachers, staff and
nmunity members help to provide moral support, to raise funds
' scholarships, to find families who have an extra bed and lots of
'e. AFS needs support from anyone in the community who would
e to help.
Lfhis year's student president is Linda Loney, faculty advisor is
trcia Largent, Americans Abroad chairperson is Dolores Loney,
homefinding chairperson is Marilyn DeRousse. Carol Baum-
tner is the chairperson for the international Dinner, an annual
Working together, volunteers and AFS ers benefit. lt is a special
portunity to understand the values and beliefs of another culture
d to discover that the similarities among people from all parts of
: world are more important than the differences.
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This past year the "Tamaraw" group presented their perfor-
ance, "Nightmares of Dreams," in San .lose for the United Na-
ons Year of the child. ln addition, several fund raising activities
eluded diseos, guessing the correct number of beans in a jar, and
mpia making demonstration. The featured seniors in this year's
YO are: Rey Agbayani, Joy Bishop, Orlando Darang, Vicki Mutia,
heryl Ramos and Myrna Torda.
The Life Science Club this year was made up of the
members ofthe Physiology class. The primary shared interest
of the members is in careers in the medical or biological
fields as indicated by the clubs included an analysis of the
school's energy consumption in cooperation with PG and E.
Student Government Leads The Way
Student government is a combination of everyone and
everything in the school. It includes the Administration,
the faculty and all the students. All these factors make
up this group which helps the school to grow and become
more recognized by the community as a good and hard
Being involved in Student Government offers a price-
less and valuable learning experience on how a demo-
cratic government works. lt helps you to get opportuni-
ties in future schooling life that you wouldn't ordinarily
get. lt also helps an individual develope his or her leader-
The 78-79 school year has brought many successful
programs. Among them are the Drama Program, Band
Program and the many varities of ethnic and social
My experience as A.S.B. president has been a learning
and rewarding experience. lt has helped me to recognize
the importance of a bureaucracy, I certainly hope that
Mountain View High continues to grow with the many
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A.S.B. President: Benny Pugh
A.S.B. Officers: Vice Pres.: Kathy Phelps Sceg Raelcne Hourtny Tresuru
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A.S.B. Commisioners: lst row: Russel Peoples. K. Kiebkc. S. Nolcn. R. Harris Second row: M. MCClurg. C. Whiting. D. Gzireizi. Third rovi: K.
Wheyland. B, Hill. T, Blanchard
INTER CLUB COLJNCII.: lst row: K. lliirzilson, M. Bellencourt, R. Kihurzi. D. Tcrry R. Dircclo, G. Smith. R. Yee: Second 2nd row: C. Ramos, R.
Agbiiyiiniul. Himler.T..lenve5..l. l"l1ll'lLlg1lll. D. V2lI1ClCl1lJUS.T. NgUyCll13l'Cl row: R. Houruny, L. Loncy. D. Garcia, B, Hull, M. McClurg. B. Fowler. A.
Bornsehlegel. K. Phelps: 41h rovl: S. Nolen. G, llziyes. R. Peoples.
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Our staff is proud to bring you this
year's Blue and Gray, and we hope you
Editors Specialist Editors
Linda Morimoto, Suzanne Nolen, Brian Hopp
enjoy it as much as we enjoyed the work
Unless you are on a staff, you will nev-
er know the time, pressure, problems,
and hassles that go into creating a visual
history of a years' activities. To all who
worked with us we say Thanksl- Thanks
for the understanding by the Faculty,
Administration, and you the students.
A special thanks must go to our own
Les Peterson. Les is our Yearbook Re-
presentative who gave us help and under-
standing during those tramatic 'fdeadline
Enjoy the book and
years the good times
remember over the
at Mountain View
Gray Staff '78-79
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Blue And Gray-"We Did It Your Way."
Brian Hopp, Robert Weber, Paul Schwartz
Myrna Torda, Annette Eichler, Sue Gunion, Molly McClurg
Glenna Hall, Patty Dennis, Leslie Beyer, Karry Dennis
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The odds certainly seemed to be stacked
against the journalism class printing the news-
paper this year. First of all, the class was jinxed
by three members of the winless MVHS foot-
ball team: FRANK DOWSE, TOM COOPER,
and MIKE COPELAND. Try to imagine how
much worse things got when ED "THE
HULK" VILLSENOR and student body presi-
dent BENNY PUGH enrolled. Or consider try-
ing to work with such characters as MATT
TRUJILLO, NINO SVEVO and 'IGLORYI'
LAURIE WENGER. VALLI DAVIS and
ROBERT SINCLAIR turned out consistently
good stories, as did DIANE ALDINGER, JIM
DAVID and PAT EU LATE. And where would
the newspaper staff have been without reporters
like PATRICIA WHITE, TED TAYLOR,
TERESA RYAN and TONIA OSBORNE?
DEBBIE JOHNSON and MICHELE HEA-
LY won the coveted "SILENT BUT DEAD-
LY" Award. PAUL SCHWARTZ was a dou-
ble threat this year because he worked on the
yearbook and journalism staffs. Finally, there
were hard workers like THERESSA MACK-
LIN, BRAD McKAY, SCOTT KIBLER,
RON VALENZUELA and MARY FRANK-
unching Beats The Odds!
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nce Upon A Mattress
Each show the Drama Club puts on is better than the last,
and "Once Upon A Mattress" was the best one yet. The
cast and crew worked hard for six weeks straight. Sewing
costumes, building a magnificent set, designing the lights,
and not to mention rehearsing for their parts made this
show one M.V.H.S. will never forget. With the help of Mr.
Vaughan, the director Laurie Vanderhoven, his assistant,
two alumni Greg Jenkins and Johnny Stienwinder, and a
volunteer from the Community School of Music. Over forty
students had the fun and excitement of producing a play.
The students learned about acting, dancing, building, sing-
ing, and working with other people. The cast and crew will
never forget the pride they felt when they peeked through
the curtains and saw the excited people waiting to see the
best play ever: "Once Upon A Mattress."
What is the middle name ofthe daughter-in-law of the Blacksmith who forged the Sword that
killed the beast?"
"The King and the Minstrel! and I"
cena and the Minstrell discuss the New Princess
Court dancers, Frank Dowse and Andy Bornschlegal dance
The bird sings and caws over the princesses bed
The court nervously awaits the results ofthe test.
Lady Maybell plans her next flirtatious jesture.
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Under the leadership of President Russell
Peoples and Advisor Mr. Sanders, the Junior
class sponsored many memorable events during
the year. High on the list of activities were the
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draisers such as a clean up at the school, car
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Left to Right: Teddy Jenvey, Lynn Schafel, Russell Peoples, and Karen Zobel
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Class President Elana Foster worked hard
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year for what will become a top class.
Sophomores are participating in many of the
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school life. Go Class of 813.
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The Best In Photography
Class Of 79!
Michael L. Murphy, CSNI
The Old Mill
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Class Of Located In The Old Mill
2540 California Ave.
Mtn. View, California 94040
Carl Slmpson Bulck Inc.
Mountain View Ca 94040 553 Cdstro SI
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Jim Hollingsworth, Manager
835 Leong Drive
Mountain Vievv, CA 94043
Palm Y0rksh1re Inc
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Brings Best Wishes To The Class Of "79l'.
Larry V. Riches-4730 El Camino
WHY LEAVE HIGH SCHOOL JUST BE-
CAUSE YOU'VE GRADUATED?
Lots of adults like you keep coming back to school
as ADULTS. It's a fact-THOUSANDS of
adults of all ages flock to Awalt, Mountain View,
or Los Altos night after night. Why? Check out the
schedule. Youlll find courses in art, music, home-
making, business skills, technical training, psychol-
ogy, crafts, or high school credit programs.
Enjoy your new status-you've earned it. And
think about keeping your ties with Mountain View
through one ofthe hundreds of classes offered just
for adults like you.
For more information, call 967-7986 or 948-2948-
3278. Better yet stop by the adult school office at
any of the three high schools.
MOUNTAIN VIEW-LOS ALTOS ADULT
MTN. VIEW COMMUNITY HEALTH CEN-
If you cannot afford to see a doctor. Then visit the
Mt. View Cummunity Health Center, Santa Clara
County Bldg. 101 Sterlin rd., Mt. View. Evening
house Tuesday, Thursday 8: Friday 6:30 P.M. to
10:00 P.M. This general Medical Clinic is operated
by Medical Staff that speaks spanish 8L English.
g,Probles De Medico Se Habla Espanol llamenos
por telefono 965-3323?
We here in the gang would like to dedicate this ad to our very spastic
Hriend, Denise Bellamy, AFS 'er in Germany-we love you!!!
lasona, where it all began . . . be cool . . . what a drag . . . the pits . . . are you high'?'?? . . .
lashers . . . At the Hop . . . K.C. concert . . . mellow out . . . Gurgle . . . ILOVE YOU!!!
. . California girls Cyou all should be . . . J I want your body!!! YEEHAW!!! have a ball,
maby . . . Afternoon Delight . . . Dense . . . Walnut Creek . . . I feel sick . . . Tahoe . . .
Vludball . . . Chevelle . . . I think I'm in love . . . kick back . . . we're flying!!! my dad is
gonna have a cow . . . Sweet Home Alabama . . . burritos . . . J-J-Jack in the Box . . .
.wimming at G.A.'s . . . Fooled Around and Fell in Love . . . MV Shell . . . CCS football
. . mentals have more fun . . . SPAZ OUT!!! laughed so hard, I almost had an accident
p , . Who Love You . . . I can dig it . . . Pick me a winner . . . We Just Disagree . . .
Marching Band . . . R.M. High . . . El Camino . . . Day on the Green Jil the Soph, Jr, Sr,
pench . . , Homecoming 78 . . . twiggs I can relate . . . Too Hot Ta Trot . . . your carls
Jretty . . . Best of My Love , . . spam ham in the Comet . . . TTN . . . spaz's 1-7 . . .
Vlystic Mr. Sam . . . lunch line . . . hels a sweetie . . . oh gross!!! hi fans . . , check it out
. . . Fool for the City . . . Y.L. camps . . . Hollywood smile . . . the '78 Prom . . . Mr. Ree
s a Mysteree to me . . . Bass drum . . . Molehead . . . Mork from Ork . . . get off my case
1 . . Zaszba!!! have a heart, cutie!!! Ilm HYPERR!!! I've got the munchies . . . TINK,
l'INK, TINK . . . RR Tracks!!! vacuum attack . . . french . . . Swenson's , . . 2nd set , . .
Qahahaha!!! SUCKER!!! how big are your boys'?'?'? YOWZA, OWZA, YOWZA!!! hang a
L!-E . . . BA! CA! BD! Welre going to the movies . . . Brick . . . House!!! babababaBarbar-
1Ann! Noley . . . WHEE DOGEE!!! Rognier's US final . . . Peel out . . . run into any
loorknobs lately? wherels the party'?'?'? baha bug . . . Just Give Me A Kiss . . . flag ,em
lown, girls . . . Sarah Smell . . . flashlight . . . beep, beep, beep, beep, beep, dadadadada
. . . down to earth . . . Zippo . . . bike trips . . . Gumball Rally . . . Woof Woofs . . .
Having My Baby . . . HBR . . . Z-28, Supersport . . . Woody . . . 69 Nova . . . orange
sports car grew up into an orange four wheel drive truck . . . 74 Chevy Stepside . . .
Vlustang . . . SSJ . . . Jackson Browne concert . . . !'Jeff, put in whoa-whoa!!', 1932 wine
:owboys . . . KOME van . . . catch a wave . . . sorry buddy, I donlt race . . . Kome drive-in
. . . wanna get married??'? I'll race you for your body!!! Kim Saabe ready to pick beep, Kim
Saabe pick beep!!! notes on cars . . . Chris, Hal and Doug , . . Nevada boys CMike and Jessb
. . . Hey Beaky!!! never going back again . . . MV 8-LA 7 . . . Woolworth softball games
. . . Fremont. HOT STUFF TSSSS!!! Boogie Man . . . Pull my finger!!! lst street . . . KISS
December 1963-!'Oh what a night!!!"
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SAD, Alan 18, 36
BARCA, Lladira I8
3EY, Diane 6, 11, 18, 36
EVES, Rafael 18
JBAYAN1, Reynold 72, 18, 141,
-LEN, Joyce 18
SJDERSON, Marty 18
NIDERSON, Sallie 19
NIDRES, Antonio 19, 114
QBAS, Jacqueline 19
HLA, Victor 19
KLMONTE, Linda 19, 139
XRNES, Lori 19
XSCOS, Daniel 19, 139
XUMGARTNER, Jeff 19, 34, 41,
ANE, Amber I, l1,13, 19
IRN, Jim 66, 19, 136
LLAMY, Denise 19, 131
TTENCOURT, Mark 15, 20, 63,
YER, Leslie 9, 20, 52, 110, 111,
136, 139, 143
SHOP, Joyslyn 20, 34, 139
ANCHARD, Teresa 20, 41, 69,
OTTER, Rebecca 20
UGUIREN, Paul 20
VIE, Xavier 20, 36
ADLEY, Kenneth 20, 80
EWER, John 20, 45
OTHERS, Tammy 20
YANT, Emmett 10, 20, 45, 35
AMPBELL, Stuart 20, 63, 136,
APPELLI, Albart 20
ARREON, Eileen 20
ARDOZA, Saul 20
ARSON, Yvonne 20
ELI, Domingo 21
HOW, Sandra 21
LEVELAND, Teresa 21
ODE, Lauri 21, 40, 93, 121, 136
OLLINS, Elaine 21, 80
ORRALES, Gloria 21
UMMINGS, Clarence 21, 105,
ORRILLO, Mario 21
ARANG, Orlando 45, 72, 21, 35,
ASHLER, Irene 21
E BOER, Faith 21
ECKER, Pierre 21
E RUITER. Babette 21
EWITT, Julie 21
IRECTO, Randolph 22, 135, 141,
ORNBERGER, Michael 22
REBERT, Mark 22
UDLEY, Stephen 12, 22, 36, 72,
UHAIME, Eileen 22, 77
NGBERG, Grace 22, 36
NGQUIST, Jonathan 6, 22, 45, 47,
72, 104, 105, 106, 107
AHIM, Rizan 22
RNANDEZ, Gustavo 22, 132
RRIGNO, Matteo 22
LORES, Larry 22
FLORES, Rossana 22
FLOYD, Tyrone 22, 45, 46
FORONDA, Edgar 22, 139
FOSTER, Alan 33
FOSTER, Loise 22
FOWLER, Bobby 22, 36, 141
FULMER, David 23
FREEMAN, Rona 23
GALICIA, Thomas 23, 36, 118, 119,
GARCIA, Dolores 23, 35, 71, 75,
76, 79,l41, 142,139
GREENY, Penny 23
GRAYWOOD, John 134
GREGORY, Brian 23
GUEVARA, Salvador 23
GUNION, Sue 23, 143
GUTIERREZ, Juan 132
HARALSON, Kevin 6, 23, 41, 34,
92, 141, 147
HARLOW, Bernedia 23
HARRIS, Rhonda 6, 23, 40, 68. 72.
141, 80, 34
HARRIS, Wendy 11, 23, 142,36
HARVEY, John 105
HATT, Barbara 9, 23, 40, 141
HAWLEY, Michael 23, 45
HAYES, Katherine 24
HELD, Teresa 24
HENDREN. Kevin 24
HIGAREDA, Cynthia 24
HILL, Bobbi 24, 40. 139, 141
HIMLER, Jennifer 24, 41, 141
HIMMAUGH, Karen 24
HINES, Zendolyn 24
HINMAN, David 24
HO LE-TRINH Thi 24
HEOCKER, Sandra 24
HOPKINS, Karen 24, 137
HOPKINS, Kathleen 24, 101, 102
HOPP. Brian 3, 24, 34, 66, 72, 11,
136, 142, 143
HOURANY, Raelene 24, 78, 80,
HUMMEL, Valerie 24
HUNT, Merianne 25, 80
HUPP, Brad 25
HURT, Charles 25
HUSTEN, Lynn 25
HUTSELL, Kurt 25
HUTTER, Teresa 5, 6, 25, 136
IMAI, Bruce 25, 36
IMAI, Susan 25, 35, 61, 98, 99, 100,
134, 137, 139
JARA, Richard 25
JENKINS, Kathy 25
JON ES, Charles 8
JONES, Dana 25
KEE, Charles 25
KIKUCHI. Christopher 25
KIRLEY, Timothy 26
KORPP, Russel 26, 40, 41, 134,
KRCH, Rosemarie 26
KRIEWALL, Earl 26, 137
KYLES, Margaret 26, 36
LAVRISCHEFF, Phillip 26, 80, 146
LAVARIAS, Conrado 26, 139
LAVARIAS, Felisa 26
LAVARIAS, Pacita 26, 139
LIM. Ruth 26, 139
LIPNICK, Michelle 11, 26, 76, 77
LIU, Henry 26, 135, 137, 138
LOGWOOD, Mike 26
LOKSY, Vuokko 1, 26, 130, 139
LON EY, Linda 26, 35, 63, 130, 136,
137, 139, 140, 141
LU, Harold 114
MCCLOSKEY, Bryn 27, 35
MCCLU RG, Molly 27, 34, 40, 72.
MCCONN, Shawn 27
MCCREADY, Mariadel 27
MCILWRAITH, Douglas 27, 78, 80
MACGOWAN, April 27
MALLARE, Luz 26
MANZANO, Robert 27
MARRIOTT, Teresa 27
MARRON, Joselyn 27
MARTINEZ, Pedro 27
MATA, Betty 27
MEAD, Sara 11, 27, 32, 36, 6, 52.
53, 77, 142
MEDINA, David 27, 35
MEIER, Denise 27, 34, 139
MERIALES, Joann 28
MONEM, Mehrdad 114
MORIMOTO, Linda 28, 142
MULLEN, Adrian 28, 34
MUNIZ, Gustavo 28, 135, 137
MUTIA, Victoria 28, 139
NAKAYAMA, Teal 28, 36
NOLEN, Suzanne 52, 54, 72, 13,
28, 36, 98, 99, 100, 137, 139, 141.
OCHOA, Ana 28
OCHOA, Maria 28, 133
OWENS, Mary 28
PACELLA, John 28, 45, 105, 106
PARRISH, Evelyn 28
PASSANTINO, Charles 28, 34, 36.
8, 44, 45, 46, 47, 71, 75, 82, 104,
105, 106, 107, 142
PATIENCE. Wendy 28, 143
PEARSON, Mona 28, 40, 41
PENA, Menchie 29
PEREZ, Jesus 29
PERKINS, Greg 29, 105
PHELPS, Kathleen 29, 140, 141, 34,
PLATH, Shari 29
PONT, John 29, 34, 45, 47, 142
PULLEN, Brian 29, 63, 135, 136,
QUEEN, Tammy 29
RAMIREZ, Ana 29
RAMIREZ, Cynthia 6, ll, 29, 76.
RAMIREZ, Estella 29
RAMIREZ, Jeneva 29
RAMOS, Cheryl 29, 139, 141
RANEY, Julia 29
RASMUSSEN, Kay 30
ROACH, Dennis 30, 143
ROBERSON, Phillip 30
ROBINSON, Betty 30, 138
ROBINSON, Carolyn 30
ROMAO, Vincent 30, 35, 41, 45,
ROMO, Hortencia 30, 35, 72, 132,
RONALD, Kimberley 30
SANDOVAL, Marina 30
SANTIAGO, Mary 30
SCHMIDT, Nancy 30
SCHNEIDER, Kurt 30
SCHWARTZ, Paul 30, 92, 134, 143.
SEGURA, Cirma 30
SHAW, Lynn 6, 30, 41. 34, 111, 142
SIAS, Rebecca 132
SMITH, Gilbert 30, 137, 141
SMITH, Michelle 31
SNYDER, Daniel 31, 78, 80
SNYDER, Deborah 31, 61
SOLIS, Javier 31
SUMNER, Robert 31, 114, 115
THOMPSON, Cole 31, 45, 135.
TOM, May 31, 35
TOM, Mary 31
TORDA, Myrna 31, 143
TURNER, John 31,134
TURNER, Todd 31,45,143
VAGO, Susan 8, 31, 136, 76, 77
VALDEZ, Plaridel 32, 139
VEGA, Margaret 32, 132
VELASCO, Silvia 32
VIDA, Sandy 32
WALLACE, Aaron 32, 63
WEBER, Robert 32, 136, 143
WEYLAND, Karen 32, 40, 93, 141
WILLIAMS, Renee 32
WINDER, Tori 32
YAMAJI, Sandra 32
YEE, Ronald 32, 35, 137. 139, 141
YU, Albert 32, 114
ZELAYA, Carmen 32, 132, 133
ZELAYA, Jerry 32, 132, 133
ZELAYA, Maria 32, 133
ZWEIGLE, Glenn 5, 8, 32, 45, 46
ABARCA, Rosendo - 154
ACEVES, Jose' - 114. 154
ADAMSON, Lianne - 154
AKIYAMA, Scott- 134, 154
ALDINGER, Diane - 64, 65, 111.
ALAS, Gloria - 133
ALVAREZ, Porlilio - 114
ANDERSON, John - 154
ANDREWS, Dean - 4, 13, 154
AOYAGI, Douglas - 63, 78, 80, 134,
ARELLANES, Bruce - 118, 154
ARMSTEAD, Allred - 9, 14. 45
ARREOLA, Silvia - 154
AYALA, Silvia - 64, 112, 137
BAINS, Danielle - 154
BAINS, Paul- 154
BAKALISH, Mark - 66, 136, 143
BALCITA, Susan - 61, 139, 154
BALCITA, Vizar - 59, 139, 154
BALDWIN, Vincent- 154
BARR, Pam -154
BAUER, Dayna - 154
BELEN, Elaine - 154
BELION, Sylvia - 154
BELTRAN, Leanne 63, 154
BERG, Deanna - 15, 80, 154
BERG, Deanna - 15, 80, 154
BERGVALL, James - 154
BERNAL, Andrew - 66, 154 197
BIANCARDI, Anna - 64, 154
BISHOP, Caroline - 100, 101, 139,
BISHOP, David - 45, 154
BLACK, Kim - 154
BORNSCHLEGEL, Katie - 110,
BUI, Dung -154
CARBONEL, Joselito - 139, 154
CARDONA, Annabelle - 154
CARRANZA, Carolyn - 143, 154
CARSON, Cynthia - 61, 154
CARVER, Julie - 78, 101, 102, 103,
CATOLICO, Nadine - 139, 154
CELI, Emiliano - 139, 155
CHAVEZ, Alfred - 155
CHOW, Karen - 155
COCHELL, John - 155
CODE, Michelle - 10, 14, 155
COLE, Patricia - 155
COLE, Robert f 155
COOK, Eric - 45, 155
COOPER, Cherri - 1,55
COOPER, Tom - 45, 134, 136, 144,
COPELAND, Michael - 45, 134,
144, 155 '
CORTES, Pablo - 155
COSTA, Margaret - 8, 76, 77, 80,
COX, Janet- 155
CROSBY, Keith - 155
CRUZ, Joseph - 155
CURRY, Phyllis - 138, 155
D AURA, Lucy -137,155
DAVID, Jim - 11,15,66, 134, 136,
144, 155, 158
DAVIS, Patricia - 155
DAVY, Sharon - 155
DEL REAL, Anna - 155
DENNIS, Patty - 76, 77, 136, 143,
DOWSE, Frank - 45, 47, 134, 136,
144, 146, 147
DUE, Steven - 155
DUHAIME, Deborah - 77, 155
EASTON, Alicia - 155
EASTWOOD, Richard - 11, 66
EICHLER, Annette - 114, 143, 155
EMERY, Madeleine - 76, 77, 155
ENBYSK, Scott- 155
FAYARD, Jose - 155
FERINA, Nicole - 155
FERNANDO, Wilma - 155
FISHER, Murray - 155
FLANAGAN, John - 114, 141, 155
FLATMOE, Scott - 155
FOO, Jadine - 155
FULMER, David - 155
GARCIA, Frank - 155
GARCIA, Mirella - 155
GARCIA, Rosa - 132, 155
GODOY, Noemi - 132, 133, 155
GONZALEZ, Daniel - 62, 63, 136,
GRILLI, Helen - 155
GUSTAVSON, Rebecca - 9, 61, 155
HAGEN, Robert - 78, 80, 155
HALL, Glenna - 14, 76, 77, 143
HARLOW, Linda - 16, 55, 56, 100,
HARTJE, Roger - 155
HARTMAN, Tracy - 155
HAYAMIZU, Richard - 155
HAYES, Gloria - 101, 103, 138,
HEALY, Michelle - 134, 144, 155
HEGWOOD, Eddie - 105, 107
HIGA, Margie - 52, 54, 100, 137,
HINSHAW, Troy - 114,155
HODGKINSON, Susie - 155
HUBER, Sharon - 155
HUSON, Carla - 155
JENVEY, Teddy - 59, 135, 141,
JOCIUS, David 12, 155
JOHNSON, Angela - 155
JOHNSON, Philip - 155
JONES, Sharron - 155
JOSHUA, Michelle - 155
JURADO, Madelena - 15, 83, 156
KAKU, Wayne, 8, 45, 105
KANAZAWA, Alecia - 156
KARRIEM, Rhonda - 68, 76, 77,
KEE, Danny - 156
KIEBKE, Kristi- 141, 156
KIBLER, Scott- 144, 156
KIHARA, Randy -134,141,156
KIKUCHI, JoAnn - 3, 52, 100, 137,
KIM, Bae Sung - 4, 156
KINAMAN, Steven - 78, 80, 134,
KIRLEY, Donna - 76, 77, 156
LAGMAN, William - 156
LAINO, Robert - 156
LANGFORD, Laura - 156
LARA, Mike - 156
LAU, Ginger - 156
LAVARIAS, Amando - 59, 156
LETHEM, Nancy - 156
LIPSETT, Marcus - 156
LITTLE, John - 66
LUGN, .lack - 78,80
LUHAR, Devendra - 156
LUNA, Ernesto - 156
LUNA, Johnny - 156
LUTT, John - 156
LYLES, Joseph - 156
MCCABE, Terrence - 133, 156
MCCONNELL, Dave - 156
MCCRAY, Penny - 156
MACGOWAN, April - 156
MACKLIN, Theressa - 55, 98, 99,
100, 134, 144, 156
MADERA, Julita - 3, 52, 54, 100,
MARAMBA, Monica - 156
MARQUEZ, Lucia - 156
MARTINEZ, Debbie - 156
MASUDA, Naomi - 156
MATEO, Chris - 45, 105, 156
MATHIS, Thomas v 59
MILLER, Barry - 63, 156
MONTOOTH, Joseph - 143
MONTOYA, Joseph - 156
MOORE, Jeffrey - 156
MORALES, Jeffery - 156
MORENO, Jo Anna - 156
MORENO, Susan - 156
MOSSNER, Joseph - 156
MULFORD, Kelly - 156
MUTIA, Carmela - 137, 139, 156
NAKAMURA, Sara V 6, 61, 134,
46, 156, 158
NAMBIAR, Vijay - 156
NARVAEZ, Lisa - 4
NEMCHIK, Patricia - 156
NEUMANN, Natascha - 63, 112,
113, 136, 156
NGUYEN, Hoang - 156
NGUYEN, Thanh - 156
NIBLOCK, Scott - 156
NISHIURA, Gavin - 156
NOGALES, Veronica - 60, 61, 156
OBUCHI, Richard - 78, 80, 156
OKAMURA, James - 66, 135, 156
OLMOS, David - 45, 118, 119, 120
OLSON, Alan - 58, 156
OSBORNE, Tonia - 134, 144, 156
OWENS, Kathleen - 135, 156
PADILLA, Judy - 156
PALMA, Carmelita - 156
PARRIS, Angela - 156
PAULSON, Thomas - 156
PELLEY, Scott- 156
PELLOUCHOUD, Vicky - 157
PENA, Luis - 157
PEOPLES, Russell - 44, 45, 104,
105, 107,138, 141
PETERSON, Mark - 157
PHELPS, Karen - 76, 77, 90, 158
PICARDAL, Sheryl - 76, 77, 157,
PINTER, Alan - 80, 157
PRITCHARD, Scott- 157
PUGH, Benny - 78, 80, 140, 144,
PUGH, Lorrissa - 157
PULLEN, Adrienne - 157
QUINTANA, Valerie - 112, 113
RANDAZZO, Debi - 157
RAPP, Owen - 45, 157
RAQUEDAN, Lorna - 139, 157
REEVES, Michael - 80, 157
REILING, Steven - 4, 63, 81, 95,
136, 147, 157
RICHEY, Diana - 80, 137, 157
RIN, Jacob - 59, 157
RODONDI, Michon - 157
RODRIQUEZ, Sandra - 157
ROLLISON, Robert- 13, 157, 158
RYAN, Teresa - 144, 157
SABALA, Robert - 157
SAITO, Debbie - 157
SALA, Nadine - 135, 157
SANTOS, Gerardo - 134, 157
SARMIENTO, Jesus - 59, 157
SAULUS, Shane - 114, 142, 157
SCHOLZ, Tami - 157
SCHWAFEL, Lynn - 154, 157
SEGURA, Irma - 157
SERRANO, Celia - 157
SILER, Joseph - 157
SILER, Nicolas - 9, 45, 93, 157, 158
SIMOES, Isabel - 83, 157
SINCLAIR, Robert- 144
SLAUGHTER, Ricky - 157
SLOAN, Cheryl - 157
SMITH, Charles - 45, 157
SMITH, Todd -135, 157
SMITH, Zibby - 157
SOUSA, Derek - 157
SPRINGER, Mario - 62, 63, 157
STEVENS, Denise - 76, 77, 157
STEINKE, Mark - 118, 157
STOLTE, Dena - 65, 80, 111, 157
STRONG, Dwan - 157
SU, Jack - 137, 157
SVEVO, Nino - 134, 144, 157
SWITZER, George - 13, 66, 136,
TAKAYAMA, Mark - 78, 80, 157
THOMPSON, Lisa - 137, 157
TIDWELL, Montgomery - 78, 80,
TIERNEY, Anna - 76, 77, 157
TOKUNAGA, Lon - 45, 46, 157
TORRES, Danial - 157
TORRES, Josephine - 121
TURNER, Bryan - 157
USHER, Scott- 120, 157
VALDEZ, Anselmo - 59, 139, 157
VANDENBOS, Donald - 141, 157
VARGAS, Annette - 157
VENEGAS, Cynthia - 157
VILLASENOR, Therese - 157
VOWELL, Stephanie - 12, 76, 77,
110, 111, 157
WELLS, Michael - 157, 158
WENGER, Laurie - 1, 11, 63, 134
136, 137, 139, 144, 157
WESTFALL, David - 158
WHITE, Patricia - 138, 144, 158
WIDMONT, Catherine - 158
WILLIAMS, Gwendolyn - 158
WILLIAMS, Kristy - 80, 146
WILLIAMS, Miguel- 139
WILLIS, Kenneth - 158
WILLSON, Mary - 158
WOHLKEN, Pamela - 158
ZAVALA, Conrad - 143, 158
ZAVALA, Magdalena - 158
ZOBEL, Karen - 64, 93, 110, 111,
ALLEN, Frank-4, 78, 108, 159
AOYAGI, Paul-63, 78, 80, 134, 15
BARRERA, Ernesto-59, 159
BEAVERS, Charles-159, 118
BLACKKETTER, Lee-48, 49,51,1
BLEISNER, Catherine-55, 159
BLEVIN, Matt-118, 120
BORNSCHLEGEL, Andrea-83, 14
159, 111, 147
RKE, Niki-78, 80, 159
RKE, Patrick-67, 134
SH, Michael-108, 159
LICA, Timothy-78, 80, 139, 159
SSARA, Joe-114, 115, 159
LI, Rizalde-139, 160
ILE, Leigh-49, 50, 51, 160
ILLING, Patrick-48, 49, 160
.LTON, Michael-48, 49, 160, 118,
.VIDSON, John-160, 116, 117
.VIS, Rod A1Ien-160, 143
.V1S, Valli-81, 144, 160, 147, 146
,NNIS, Karry-12, 160, 143
SCIPU LO, Joseph-160
JWNEY, Timothy-66, 160, 135
IBOIS, Kathy-160, 139
INBAR, Patrick-160, 146
IWARDS, Debra-78, 160
ILATE, Patricia-55, 160
OYD, Terri Lyn-160
ISTER, Elana-55, 56, 160, 98,
IRDNER, Lamont-2, 4, 12, 45,
19, 121, 160
LL, Michael George-58
IEENE, David-48, 160
IASE, Grace-78, 160
IRPEL, Warren-116, 160
KRRIS, Rhonda-68, 76, 77, 80,
HAYAMIZU, Judy Ann-61, 137,
HOGSETT, Gerald-78, 80, 160
HOLTON, Lorraine-114, 161
HOWELL, Charlene-61, 112, 113,
JOHNSON, Debra Jo-144, 161
KIMPEL, Howard Jay-161
KINNEY, Leslie-8, 76, 77
KIRKPATRICK, Sean-48, 50, 51.
KNITTER, Brian John-78, 80, 161
KOWALSKI, James-161, 135
LARREMORE, Cheryl Ann-161
LAVARIAS, Mario-59, 91, 161
LEE, Darryl-134, 161
LEGER, David-2, 78, 80, 161
-LEWIS, Michael-11, 14, 108, 138,161
LIBUANO, Raul-78, 80, 139, 161
LITTLE, Stacey Lynn-112, 137, 161
LOUGHRAN, Thomas-11, 67, 161
LOWE, Daniel-134, 161
MC CLURE, Mark Elliot-161
MC CONNELL, David-6
MC CEE, Charles-161
MC ILWRAITH, Suzan-161
MC KAY, Harold-78, 80, 144, 161
MCQUILLAN, Pamela-64, 112,
113, 161, 137
MACDOUGALL, Delia-10, 68, 147,
MARTIN, Margo-146, 161
MARTINEZ, Richard-51, 108, 161
MASUDA, Henry-118, 161
MATEO, Tim-2, 48, 118, 119, 120.
MAYEDA, Steven-80, 134, 161
MILLER, Kristi-76, 77, 162
MIURA, Naoko-52, 53, 101, 102,
MORIMOTO, Julie-134, 162
MOSSNER, Jerrylann-8, 14, 77, 76,
MOSSNER, Joann-8, 76, 77, 162
MURPHY,Jaque1ine-55, 101, 102,
MUTIA, Fernando-108, 139, 162
NOLEN, Matthew-67, 143, 162
NUNLEY, Christine-8, 12, 80, 81,
76, 77, 134, 162
OKUBO, Donna-78, 80, 101, 102,
134, 137, 162
PADILLA, Elizabeth-78, 80, 162
PEREZ, Jose-48, 49, 116
PRESTON, Michael-118, 162
PUGH, Andrea-13, 162
RANDALL, Bruce-78, 80, 162
RENKE, James-78, 80, 162
RIVERA, Eva-112, 113, 137
ROLLISON, Karen-64, 93, 111,
ROYOLA, Amado-78, 80
RYAN, Debbie-137, 162
SANCHEZ, Martin-114, 132
SANTOS, Maria-61, 101, 103, 139,
SARMIETO, Danilo-59, 139, 162
SATURNINO, Mendel-78, 80, 162
SCARE, Russel-80, 90, 137, 162
SCHEID, Philip-80, 162
SKARE, Russell-1, 78, 80, 162
SMITH, Eli-68, 78, 138, 146, 147,
SPENADER, Jeffery-78, 80, 162
SU MPTER, Jeannette-163
TACHABANA, Gil-45, 108, 109
TAYLOR, Teddy-134, 144, 163
THALMAN, Kathryn-134, 163
THOMPSON, Per-138, 163
TILLMAN, James-50, 51,118, 119
TOM, Rosalie-55, 98, 99, 100, 163
TOOMBS, Diane Elise-163
TRUJILLO, Matthew-144, 163
TSUGE, Yuri-55, 56, 101, 134, 163
VALETE, Frank-139, 163
VAUGHN, Guy Allen-163
VOGEL, William-116, 163
VU, Tuyen Tam-134, 163
WALKER, David Art-67, 163
WARGO, Melody Ann-163
WASHINGTON, Alice-138, 163
WATANABE, KeniChi78, 80, 134.
WELLINGTON, Jacob-116, 134,
WHEAT, Melisa, Lori-163
WHITE, Bridget-138, 163
WHITING, Carolyn-80, 141, 147,
WILBER, Aaron-78, 80, 163
YEE, Michael Harry-134, 137
ZAVALA, Robert-118, 142
ANDRADE, Eymard-59, 139, 164
ANDRES, Resty-139, 164
ARIYAMA, Andy-58, 78, 80, 134,
ASH BY, Angela-78, 80, 90, 164
BALDWIN, John A1vie-78, 80, 164
BALLOU, Robin-121, 164
BETTENCOURT, Albcrlin-78, 164
BAUMGARTNER, Bruce-134, 164
BELLAMY, Brian-1, 67, 164
BETTENCOURT, Joe-80, 164
BRIONES, Linda-139, 164
BROWN, Rochelle-138, 164
CARBONEL, Noli-58, 164
CARVER, Paul-78, 80, 164
CELI, Beatrix-139, 164
CHAN MEI, Cheung-134, 164
CHOI EUN, Joo-164
CROSSON, Kathleen-80, 165
CZIFRIK, Theresa-61, 165
DANIELS, Tami-80, 147, 165
DARROW, Kimberleigh-121, 165
DAVID, Elizabeth-78, 80, 165
DE LEON, Norma-121, 165
DEL REAL, Ruben-165
DESSEM, David-78, 80, 165
DIAZ, Joseph-132, 133, 165
DIVINA, Melanie-61, 165
DODGE, Greg-116, 165
DOOLEY, John-78, 80, 116, 165
DOUGLASS, William-78, 165
EDORA, Russell-58, 139, 165
FARLEY, Patricia-78, 165
FERNANDO, Mary-139, 165
FLEMING, Kelly-61, 80, 165
FU ENTES, Claudia-165
GRIFFIN, La Tonya-165
HAJENIUS, Wendy-112, 211,165
HAMILTON, Natasha-138, 165
HARMON, April-78, 80 112, 165
HAROLD, James-80, 165
HATFIELD, Karen-90, 165
HAYES, Clinton-116, 165
HERNANDEZ, Anita-133, 165
HERNANDEZ, Ignacia-1-33, 165
HERNANDEZ, Vincent-133, 165
HIGUCHI, Carol-80, 134, 165
HOLT, Julie-164, 165
HUTSELL, Eric-67, 165
KARRIEM, Monique-138, 165
KIHARA, Judy-134, 165
KRAMER, Suzanne-134, 147, 165
KUNIMOTO, Dwayne-134, 165
LABSON, Clint-59, 78, 80, 139, 165
LABSON, Roderick-116, 165
LAU, EUGENE-78, 80, 165
LEISER, David-67, 165
LE PHUNG, Duc-165
LITTS, Todd-116, 165
MCG EE, Eddie
110, 111, 166
MCNEIL, Alvin-78, 80, 166
MACDONALD, Scott-78, 80, 166
MACDOUGALL, Colin-135, 166
MAC GOWAN, Keven-78, 80, 166
MARCY, Dona1d-116, 166
MARQUEZ, Emelina-139, 166
MEMOLO, Frankie-51, 166
MOEN, Danielle-61, 166
MON EM, Mchrdad-166
MUHLESTEIN, David-67, 166
MUTIA, Rosanna-139, 166
NAKAYAMA, Perri Lehua-166
NONG THUAN, Ding-166
OAKLEY, Lori 61, 166
OCHOA, Anabel-121, 166
OKAMURA, Edward-134, 166
PELCH ER, Ocean-166
PORTA, Gary-67, 166
PRITCHARD, Kenny-116, 166
RAMIREZ, Raymond-108, 166
RAMSEY, Janice-112, 166
RETTIG, James-116, 117, 166
RIN, Rizalde-59, 166
ROBINSON, Jackie-1,'l38, 166
RODRIGUEZ, Carlos-132, 133,
ROM ERO, Juanita-166
SASAKI, Brian-134, 166
SAULUS, Desiree-112, 113, 121,
SEVIDAL, Corazon-61, 166
SEVIDAL, Elizabeth-61, 166
SLOAN, Janet-61, 80, 166
STANTON, Leslie-80, 134, 146,
STOKES, Heather-80, 166
TERRY, Donald-68, 80, 134, 135
TILLMAN, Tracy-121, 167
TRAN, Duc-116, 167
VALENZUELA, Teresa'144, 167
VAN DEN BOSCH, V-78, 80, 1
VANDERMEER, Brian-80, 167
VAN ERP, Mary-1, 121, 167
VAN ZWOL, Mark-167
VEN EGAS, Angelita-167
WILLIAMS, Leonard-58, 167
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