Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA)
- Class of 1975
Page 1 of 300
Pages 6 - 7
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Introduction . . 4 . H . . . . . . . 1
O O l 'O O Q O O O O O O O O
Organizations 84 Clubs . . . .... 38
Athletics ........... .... 6 2
Faculty ..... . . . . . . 138
Underclassmen . . . . . . 158
Freshmen . . . . . . 160
Sophomores . . . . . . 174
Seniors 'Class of 75' . . . . . 206
Art 8: Conclusion . . . . . . 256
Ads 84 Index . . ..... . . ..... . ...... 273
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It takes all kinds
Lyle Dybwad is the real meanie.
Fire-thrower john Strong. "Bops" Debbie Shaffer, Debbie Wright, and Michele Lewis.
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Even the faculty members enjoyed the Senior Ball.
From the formalities of the Senior Ball
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hnson and Steve Berman boogyin'.
"Are you sure we're doing this right?"
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Mike Courtright and Nancy Walter dancing the traditional waltz.
Adele Cheney and Tom Koeske dancing.
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ludy Francesconi and Greg lones dancing.
Three N.P. girls named Conejo
Honored to be 1974 Coneio Valley
Debutantes by the Coneio Valley Historical
Society were Adele Cheney, ludy
Francesconi, and Nancy Walter, all from New-
bury Park High.
ln the spring of their junior year, sixteen
girls were selected from throughout the
Coneio Valley for this honor, and presented
to the public in their senior year. They were
nominated by civic organizations and schools
based on their outstanding contributions to
the community, and their high academic per-
In October, wearing white formal gowns
and mantillas to carry out the Spanish thgmg
the debs were presented to the community at
the elegant Triumpho Ball held in their
honor- La Fiesta del Triumpho.
The girls and their escorts, Tom Koeske
Greg lones, and Mike Courtright, enjoyed 5
unique and memorable evening.
Photo complimentary Ray Brown
a break at the Christmas Dance.
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Foreign exchange students
Anne lege makes a friend with Pekka Hamalainen while Val Rust translates.
Rita Brendon adviser of Foreign
A new experience for all
Newbury Park High School has had the chance to
get to know five students from overseas. Rita Brendon
adviser of the foreign exchange program was proud of
the results. The students visiting this year were as
follows: Kiyomi Obata, from japan, Pekka Hamalainen
from Finland, Anne lege from France, Phil Hesford
from Australia and Maine Pelersson from Sweden.
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Kiyomi Obata of lapan discovers the sun of California along with
The sun sewn in denim by
The stlch of Denim
Denim contest winners: Cindy Deaton, lody Long and lill Baldwin.
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"Did you say we weren't expressing ourselves?"
N.P.H.S. on the dial
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Murray the cop, Matt Chapa, trys hard to reason with Oscar Madison,
Speed, Kevin Pintar, and Oscar, Yuri Parisky, are persuaded to stop arguing by Murray, Matt Chapa,
while Vinny, Peter Light, looks on.
All the World's a Stage
No you mustn't my darling Alright you guys
You must choose between us
The Drama Department put on several
major productions for the student body.
Among them was "The Odd Couple" by Neil
Simon and "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
by William Shakespeare. They also per-
formed many one-act plays such as "Hear
the Sound of my Feet Walking, Drown the
Sound of my Voice Talking," which was
entered in the L.A. Valley College contest.
The Drama classes did a bill of one-act
plays: "Another Way Out" directed by
Darlene Featham, "Overtones" directed by
Terry Cole, "The Old Radio Show" directed
by Karen Alberts, "Here We Are" directed
by Sharon Mccreedy and "The Still Alarm"
directed by luli Lund.
"The Odd Couple" was the Fall produc-
tion presented at Los Cerritos lr. High
Auditorium November 22 and 23. The cast
was made up of the following actors: Oscar:
Yuri Parisky, Murray: Matt Chapa, Vinnie:
Peter Light, Roy: Scott Barrington, Gwen:
Andrea Dean, Cecily: Darlene Featham,
Felix: Karl Chlarson and Speed: Kevin Pintar.
The spring play, "A Midsummer Night's
Dream," was performed May 1, 2 and 3 at Los
Cerritos lr. High. The lovers were played by
Kevin Pintar, Sara Wilson and Kerri Gordon
with elves and nymphs throughout the
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First there's the watcher. Second there's the watch"ee"
Curt Crane calling the shots from the sidelines.
Kean Mack. Tony Vargas and Traci Smilhe.
"On Any Sunday"-or Monday or Tuesday or Wednesday...
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This year, Homecoming Week was victorious for the seniors. Activities ranged from a
greased watermelon contest in the pool to a truck push.
Karen Harlan reigned over this year's court as Homecoming Queen. Her court consisted
of Senior princess, Terrie Keen, lunior princess, Debbie McCabe, Sophomore princess, lane
Pugh, and Freshman princess, Laurie Heisser. The dance was held in the gym, with the
theme, "California Dreamin." Returning graduates were reunited with former classmates
and current students while they danced to the sounds of "The Super Band."
The following night the football team defeated Simi, 26-13 in our Homecoming Game.
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Homecoming '74-What a week:
Brenda Wright and Debbie Wright working on the lunior class float.
Craig Hartman and Yuri Parisky-doing their job?
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lim Curran-never too tired to smile.
Rick Oldenkamp-first your right foot, then your left.
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ing, four Thousand
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the City Councilfs endorsement of the
once-defeated school bond, features the
committees gold, black and red logo.
Ones councilman, Carroll Bowen,
declined to swap his, sportshirt, coat
and tie for a T-shirt, butihe said the
refusal has nothing to do with his sen-
timents about the school bond.
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fixed incomes who have doubts about
money. We represent all people here.
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ficial position which is. detrimental to
their point of view."
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councilmen when it was time to vote on
"There comes a time when you've
got to bite it, and that's right now,"
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Pawprint scratches another one out
Once again the Pawprint staff managed
to organize and assemble the yearbook. It was
a tough schedule with layouts to make,
deadlines to meet, and books to sell. This
year's class was a continuing experience. After
a one year leave of absence, the returning
faculty advisor was Ms. Kristi Colell, aided by
co-advisor Ms. lan Branham. They and their
editors, Terry Hall and Sara Schrader molded
a quick learning staff of inexperienced
rookies into well-rounded journalistic
designers. The Pawprint 1975 was the product
of their efforts.
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clubs and organizations 41
A.S.B. Lending a helping hand to .P.H. .
A.S.B.-The amount of time and energy invested by these people should not be measured
by clocks or machines, but by the people they serve-the students of N.P.H.S.
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A,S,B.-Top row, Norm Sanford advisor, Sandy Oldenkamp, Nancy Cannon, l. B. Holston, Cathy Peale, Chris Ezykowski,
Mike Courtwright, Craig Hartman. Second row, Vickie Knox, Liz Carlysle, Greg jones, Dorothy Gustufson, Tom Koeske. Third
row, Rick Oldenkamp, Yuri Parisky, lohn Harris, Mary Padorsek, Vicki Lacasella, lody Barton, Debbie Biernbaum. Front row,
Marcy Mandoky, Vickie lengen,
42 clubs and organizations
lournalism keeps .P.H. .
During the 1974-75 school year, the "Prowler" staff, under the editorship of Robin
Straussberg put out fifteen issues along with Special Christmas and Senior issues. School
response was excellent. Although meeting deadlines kept them extremely busy they still
found time for many outside activities. Some of these were, candy sales, car washes, a battle
of the bands, a dance, and several write-off contests in which lournalism students competed
and won awards.
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lim Martin. Second row, Kathy Hitchcox, Chris Navarres, Amy lenkins, Danguole, Tranelis, Laura Healy, Nancy Rich, Scott
Gormley, Peter Light, Angela Evans, Richard Hienz, Sue Guttierez, Allison Shivers, Rich Gregory. Front row, Key Bowline,
Kelly Milner, Nancy Elkort, Barbara Arroyo, Andy Smith, Kevin Slattum, Raoul Duke, Robin Straussberg. Front, Lynette Shif-
clubs and organizations 43
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The panther spirt squad added
something new, two panther
mascots and six songleaders. ln ad-
dition to our six cheerleaders. The
new spirit squad worked hard to
build enthusiasm at N.P.H.S. During
Homecoming they sold mums to
raise money and on Valentines Day,
they sold and delivered carnations.
The girls were very industrious at
raising money for all the sports
events and also to have their 1975
yearbook picture in full color.
clubs and organizations 45
Panther band adds musical spirit
This year, under the direction of Mr. Fisher, the Mighty Panther band strived to add new
dimension to the musical spirit at NPHS. One of the newest experiences of the year was
marching in the Simi Valley Spectacular. Along with the usual half-time entertainment, the
band participated for the first time in half-time competition at Los Altos High School. In
other competitive activities, they performed in the SCSBOA festival and the El Primero Band
Review. Along with leading the music of the 1974 Homecoming parade, the band also
played in the Ventura County Fair parade and the Camarillo Christmas parade. The group
also participated in several community projects including the "Pageant of the Oaks" and the
opening of the Bobby Sox season.
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clubs and organizations 47
uring the 1974 7
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Club was probably on
of the most actlv
groups on campus
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ranging from Ne
Slmon's comedy, "Th
Odd Couple t
Shakespears, "A Mid
Dream." Also on thei
schedule of produc
tions was the unforget-
table Faculty Play. T
draw the year to an end,
they held the annua
Drama Awards Banque
where several student
Drama Club keeps tight schedule
action. Drama put on
were honored an
everyone was stuffed.
Refer to club index
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VISILII I ts Llllll.
Under the direction of Mr. Reed and Mr. Valentine, the Visual Arts Club led a very busy
and successful year. They held mana' of their lunch time film festivals, which included Betty
Boo , many famous horror films an many others. They sponsored a glitter dance and held a
lunclh bag decorating contest. Around Christmas time the Club members got into the spirit
by painting the windows at Fazios. Their schedule also ipcluded :rang fIEGd trips.
Re er to u In ex or names.J
V I 1 les perso I d
There are no rules, laws, or limits to
the art of creating, only concepts . . .
Top Row iLt. to Rt.J: Karyn Desmet, Michelle Powell, lan Van Atta, lulie Sauer 2nd Row: lody Long, Sue Stukan Robin
Crosby, Kathie Benneche 3rd Row: Sue Watkins, Nancy Walters, Debbie Gritz, Nancy Rich 4th Row: Cindy Christoph ,Dianne
Schuster, Denise Ching, Kim DeBoer, leni Bishop 5th Row: Liz Buchanan, Sandy Bartolemi 6th Row: Ms. Pinkston 'Deanna
52 Clubs and Organizations Brydson, Bonnie Olsen, leanne Bairski, Lisa Cundy, Pam Kounders Not Pictured tAlphabetical Orderj: lill Baldwin, Cindy
InneL.Ci.nrlv llc--man 1':... n--..-..
0uting Club heads for the hills
g its p I
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Outing Club started their year off with thirty-five
members making a trip to Mammoth for a weekend of
snow, good times, and hopefully no broken legs. But
Outing Club has much more to offer students than snow
skiing, although, it does seem to draw the most enthusiasm.
They filled the remainder of the year with backpacking
trips, water skiing, camping, and a cruise to the Channel
Islands. To help finance these trips they showed skiing films
and held a fashion show. This years advisors were, Bob
Valentine, Robert Kesting, and john Boden.
Clubs and Organiz t 53
club at Newbury Park
High School is dedicated
to the development of
business leaders in the
Conejo Valley and Ven-
tura County. Their ac-
tivities consisted of a state
convention held in the
spring where students
competed in business
The California Scholar-
ship Federation is an
organization open to any
student who meets the
Some of their activities in-
cluded a tour of the
U.C.L.A. campus on CSF
Day. Later on in the day
they were guests at the
U.C.L.A. vs. Oregon foot-
ball game. To help raise
money for the club
treasury, the group
worked concessions at
home basketball games.
54 Clubs and Organizations
Decca and C.S.F.
Decca- Top row tlt. to Rt.J: Kevin Kuhn, Larry Collins, Bill Pippin, Dean Geer, jill lohnson, Mark Sharer, Robert lensen, Tom
Foster Second row: Mr. lohnson advisor, Mark Stotko, Scott Westwood, Pam lilg, Cathy Collins, Bill Robi, Lisa Martin, Gayle
Higgins, Bonnie Garmon, Kathy Laycock, Chris Carroll, Tim Postel, Mr. Faris fAdvisorJ Front row: Robert Batterson, Colleen
Casey, Greg Ayala, Cindy Barron, Steve Smart
C.S.F.- Top row llt. to Rt.J: Patrick Ward, Larry Nelson, Don Fulton, Robert Peters, Second row: Mike McDonald, Debbie
Biernbaum, Robin Anderson, Regina Waldron, Leslie Waltt, Allison Thorpe, Tim Curtis, Herb Hiatt. Front row: Lorraine
Dejoyce, Mark Colletti, Kim Manna, Sue Boehm, Mark Siegel, Rick Fehnel, Cheryl Martell, Cindy Law, john Bratmon, Tina
Rasnow, Karen Alberts, Mary lane Watson lAdvlsorJ, David Tso, llm Roum, Frank Belllnghiere, Millie Fulmer
German and International clubs
The German Club is in-
tended to mix fun with various
cultural activities throughout the
year. Field trips were taken to
Alpine Village, to amusement
parks, and to view a Ge an
film. The club also to part in
celebrating Fasching and the
famous Oktoberfest. This years
advisor was Frau Feller it was her
second year heading up the
group and she kept the group
busy with her interesting ideas.
This years officers were, Marc
Covent President, Gary Enke
Vice-President, and Myles Meier
Lege, Carol An nese.
Clubs and Organizations 55
International Club- Top row Robin
. Anderson, Larry Davis, Debbie Blern
baum, Pam Koenders, Crystal St Ro
main, Attilio Armeni, Paul Courtwrlght
Rita Fraley, Sue Geib, laymie Bernstein,
ludy Francesconi, Sherry Holston
Valerie Rust, Danguole Tranells, Mrs
Brendon advisor. Front row: lody Bar
ton, Ted Broadway, T. I. McDonald
Marc Covent, Marcy Mandoky, Terl
Gallenstein, Phil Hesford, Pekka
Hamalainen, Kiyomi Obata, Anne
The Newbury Park
League has been in its
Second year with Mar-
clne Solarez as advisor.
This year N.F.L. has par-
ticipated in several
Speech and debate
tournaments as well as
holding their own on
the 10th and 11th of
lanuary. Officers this
year were, Peter Light
President, Beth Symons
Time is short and
days of wisdom are
few. Do your searching
now, look everywhere,
ask how, beg for help,
Make your promises,
sell yourself. Set your
head to the heavens
and pick your stars.
Now look earthward-
feel the hurt, the
weakness, the disap-
the impossible. Do
your own crying.
Rain feeds the land,
rivers feed the sea,
themselves, who will
Find your soul . . feed
it with bits of broken
a creative writing by
56 Clubs and Organizations
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This year Girl's League's many active
members sponsored a car wash, a candy cane
sale, and their annual Christmas Dance in
December. january brought many guests to
campus for a debate tournament. The girls
served their homemade cookies, as well as
food and coffee to the visitors. Other ac-
tivities included a canned food and book
drive for the needy, and many guest speakers.
Under the direction of Mrs. Reed, Mrs.
Mathis, Mrs. Weber, the Girl's League led a
very full and successful year.
T.W.P. are H.E.R.O.S.
The members of T.W.P. had a very active year. Among other things, they changed their name from F.H.A. fFuture
Homemakers of Americal to T.W.P. tTeens With a Purposel. just some of activities included a trip to San Diego for the
F.H.A. conference. Homecoming week, they held a class competition with Spirit Chains and assisted with the float building.
At Thanksgiving, the club had a surprise Thanksgiving Dinner for a needy family. They made candied apples for the faculty,
and at the faculty Christmas party, they served an assortment of homemade goodies. Their hectic schedule also called for a
Mother's Day luncheon. Under the direction of Mrs. Crosman, the members of T.W.P. were kept pretty busy.
Clubs and Organizations 57
The purpose of W.A.A. is to sup-
port Women's Athletics by sponsoring
fund-raising activities, playdays, sports
nights, and all kinds of neat stuff like
that there! You dig?!?!
58 Clubs and Organizations
Refer to Club Index for names
Standing: Miss Dibble 1AdvisorJ Front Row Ill. to Rt.J: Theresa Hagman, Nancy Getman,
lulie Harris, Glenda Higgins, Yolanda Guerrero, Nancy Dowing
Wrestlers and their Mat Warmers
Top Row CLt. to Rt.j: Scott McKenzie, Tami Nelson, Sherri jacobson, Terri
jacobson, Dennis jso, jim Fernandez, Richard Heyman, Steve Cowdin,
Ron Kates, Mike Manos, Paul Cleath 2nd Row: john Clouse, Lori Ruggles,
Gail johns, Anne Kuethe, Mark Stuckert, john Bellinghiere, Carl
Satterthwaite, Derek Link 3rd Row: Craig Schofield, Kyle Wellr, Tom Luke,
Diane Leonarhardt, Leslie Waitt, Ken Cutcher, Mat Whitney, Mike
Curran, Mike Ferrell, Pete Postel 4th Row: Royce Gilder, Daniel Torres,
Tim Noble, Phil Carroll, Richard Heinz, Sonia Espinoza, Ramona Ochoa,
Cammy Ochoa, Lupe Preciado, Rebecca Peeate 5th Row: Ron Cohenun,
Shirley Yingling, Frank Bellinghiere, Scott Gould, Angelo Lang, jim Hyatt,
jackie Ray, Liz Reif, Kurt Harmon, Mike Curran 6th Row: Coach Hurley,
jeff johns tCaptain 84 Presidentj, Becky Park, Patty johnson, Shannon Ed-
munds, Yvonne Malone, Ellen Hazeltine, Dan Drell, jim Baker, Craig
Anderson, Coach Wilkes Front Row: Dave Williams, Randy Kopper, Bren-
da Coady, jeanne Sweeten, Kurt Magnuson, Rick Mellinger, Lisa Cundy,
jon Moreno, Doc Needham, Paula Swauger, Larry Rice, Coach Pry Not
Pictured: Miss Winsky
This year the Wrestlers added something
new to their team. A Club, including girls!
Twenty-five of them to be exact, and they
called themselves Mat Warmers. The Girls
Cheered the Panthers on to many a victory!
Clubs and Organizations 59
Concert Band and Orchestra
ASB - advisor Norm Sanford
l. B. Holston
Concert Band-Marching Bal
advisor Mr. Pete Fisher
Drill Team and Units
De Vries, Becky
St. Romain, Claudette
fold out between 49-50
Director Mr. Ron Shannon
St. Romain, Crystal
National Forensic League
Advisors Marcene Solares
and Amy Reed
Advisor Virginia Gangsei
Advisor Ms. Dibble
julie Harris - Pres.
Glenda Higgins - Vice Pres.
Nancy Downing - Treasurer
Nancy Getman - Historian
Theresa Hagman - Publicity Chairman
Yolanda Guerrero - Secretary
Claudette St. Romain
Chambers, La Donna
Van Cleave, Ros
Mike Bondio with the ball. Curt Ausmus runs lor a touchdown.
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Coach Pagliaro, Coach Lloyd, Coach Bugg, Tim Ahern .. - -v- my ,M
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Bill Bryan, Dennis Bursley, Bob Kinney, Eric Blum, 3rd row: 4 X
Curt Kutcher, Craig Schofield, Dan Miller, Dave Shaffer, Paul X A A s ef Pg
Howell, Dean Wolff, Tim Falkner, Ted Mortimer, 4th row: jeff x W X , ,
Shoup, Bob Miller, Rick Wessels, Vernon Siran, Dave Wise, A . ' N A A ,
Mark Mesenbring, Curt Mesenbring, 5th row: Don Girdwood, A a, , , r
Steve Henson, Bob Ranieri, Eddie Escoto, lim Boehmer, Mark , , ,I
Batchelor, Don Wise, Rick Bilbro, 6th row: Tracy Muegge, leff 'M' ' ' A3 - 1 '
Blum, Mike Breazeal, Randy Doner, Tom Doeske, Rich Drews, XE '
Elwood Rodrigues, 7th row: Mike Bondio, Steve Berman, Tom if ' I
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Panthers in action
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"Outh my way!" says Larry Mathews
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"We're number one!" That was assistant coach
George Hurley talking about the 1974 junior varsity foot-
ball team which had just finished its season with a perfect
9-0 record and a league championship, the best l.V. team
in all of Ventura County.
The sophomores outscored their opponents 336 to
68, an average per game score of 37-7. While the offense
was rolling to big scores, the defense prevented their op-
ponents' offense from ever scoring more than twice in
one game. Even more impressive, the first team defense
was scored upon only three times all season.
Consider that the sophs beat Agoura 40-8 tAgoura
finished 2nd in their leaguel, they beat Buena 40-16
fBuena won their league titlej and they defeated
Camarillo 36-0 1Camarillo finished 2nd to the Panthersl.
The l.V.'s crushed other Ventura County teams by scores
of 41-6, 34-14, 34-0, and 42-a.
The junior varsity's high scoring offense was led by
leff Mathews, Dennis Carlson, and Ken Mosley. Helping
Mathews average nearly 160 yards rushing a game was an
offensive line of leff Wilfong, Bob Reed, Dave Henson,
Ron Barr, Steve Willis, and Bob Hughes. The powerful
defense was led by lim Dykstra, Kurt Kohler, Pete
Suterko, Rod Manson, and Trevor Hambrook.
'We had no weaknesses, the talent was super, the con-
sistency great. ln 18 halves of football we scored on our
opening drive 13 times. That kind of consistency doesn't
give the other team a chance."
"Don't be so grabby," says leff Kunisaki
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"Alright boys l'm coming through," says Dennis Carlson
IV Team: Top row, Coach Mike Robles, Kurt Kohler, Kevin Craig, Brian
McNiff, Dennis Carlson, Steve Willis, Pete Suterko, jeff Wilfong, Dave
Henson, Bob Hughes, Bob Reed, Coach George Hurley, Second row, Rich
Kunisaki, Ray Camarillo, Barton Huber, lack Kinney, Scott Cook, Brad
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Tom Musick, Roger McDonald, leif Mathews, Ken Mosley, Kirk Scoggins,
Mark Rogers, Steve Katz, leff Kunisaki, Pete Delgado.
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IV Football 73
74 Frosh Football
"Now get out there and kill them!"
A heart to heart talk.
"Alright, put it here."
"Hey, would ya get off met"
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Top row, Coach Hendricks, Calvin Bursley, tnot shown, Coach McGinnisJ,
2nd row, Tim McCann, no longer on the team, Sven Slattum, Rudy Valen-
cia, leff Nelson, lon Allen, Gary McGregor, Mark Dupplessie, Kris Girardi,
Steve lones, 3rd rowp Greg Sullivan, Russ Propes, Mark Wessels, Terry
Devine, Harold Covent, Richard Orr, Mike Woy, lohn Bellinghiere, Ken
Cox, 4th row, lohn Muscarella, no longer on the team, Gene Rubino, Ken
Lian, Hugh Clouse, Mike Shaffer, Ron Edison, Nelson Alberts, Mike Melia,
Bill Becker, 5th row, Scott Pickles, Mark Barteck, Carl Carlson, Bob Keen,
Mike Mulcahy, Harold Kurczeski, Mark Birmingham, lohn Lingelback,
Greg Hall, 6th row, Randy Groom, Steve Stovall, Greg Paquin, Craig
Schoonover, Steve Petty, no longer on the team, Perry Martin, lohn Hen-
son, Frankie Alvarez, Brent Englehardt.
This year, as in the past four years, the
freshmen football team had another highly
successful season. The yearlings compiled a
6-6-1 record for the season. Although out-
sized throughout much of the season the
freshmen team came down to the last game
The most exciting game of the season,
other than the championship game with
T.O., was with Hueneme. The score was
tied 6-6 with just one minute remaining in
the game, Greg Paquin hit lon Allen with a
A 40 yard scoring pass to preserve their un-
defeated record. The championship game
with T.O. was a hard fought contest with
Thousand Oaks coming out on top 8-6.
Newbury Park scored the first time they had
the ball when Greg Paquin scored on a 25
yard run. The point after attempt failed and
--F N.P. went in at half-time leading 6-0. T.O.
scored the second half on a 30 yard run by
lim Reaves. Their attempt at a conversion
was successful which was the margin of
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I. B. Holston makes a goal while teammate Tom Meloth looks on.
Mike Waters-"Help I can't swim!"
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Varsity Waterpolo top row: A. Areni, I. Hunt, B. Retner, B. Douglas, S.
Roach, D. Faldwell, I. Sheppard, C. Britt, M. Zellar, L. Nelson, B. Koenders
D. West, D. Trotter, second row: M. Waters, B. Thomas, D. Fulton, I. B
Coach Chris Sawyer
Holston, N. Oren, third row: T. Pepperdine, P. Holzapfel, I. Tracas, S
, Young, T. Meloth.
The 1974 Varsity Polo team wound up their
season with a third place finish. Some new
faces on the team this year were Tom Meloth, a
transfer student from Agoura High School, and
Terry Pepperdine from Long Beach, they both
aided in the teams success this year. I. B.
Holston made an impressive showing in the
first game against Nordoff scoring 15 goals.
Mike Waters, Paul Holzapfel, and Scott Young
made up the defense. Sharing the goalie posi-
tion were Iohn Tricas and Don Fulton.
At the awards banquet Most Valuable
Player went to I. B. Holston and Tom Meloth.
Most Improved went to Terry Pepperdine.
Most Inspirational went to Mike Waters. To
show Coach Sawyer their thanks the team
presented him with two tickets to Las Vagas.
Soph!Frosh waterpolo victorious in league
Coach Chris Sawyer in action giving his pre-game speech.
Bill Allen gets surprised by opposite goalie.
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Mike Hayes swimming for the ball.
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FroshfSoph Waterpolo top row: Coach Sawyer, D. Picket, R. Bell, K. Pittman, I. Ake, K. Collins, second row: B. Allen, I.
Brassfield, G. Moore, D. Sundious, T. Roach, P. Hindricks, T. Sonnley, thrid row: D. Hackney, B. Thorpe, S. Rubin, M. Hayes,
R. Ketshering, D. Zweng, M. Northrop, B. Allen.
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Mike Hayes swimming for a goal during practice.
The 1974 Soph!Frosh Polo team in
its second year of play took 2nd Place in
the Marmonte League with an im-
pressive 9-2 record over the other
league teams. The starting players in-
clude Brett Thorpe guard, Dean Zweng
guard, Mike Hayes forward, Roy
Ketshering guard, Steve Rubin forward,
Mark Northrop goalie, and Bill Allen
forward. Leading the team in scores
was swimming star Mike Hayes, he was
also voted Most Valuable Player. Best
Defense went to Bill Allen. Most Im-
proved went to Bill's brother Bob
Allen. Coach Chris Sawyer says he is
looking forward to next years team, "It
will be the best ever." Sawyer is looking
for the league championship.
Go Scott go!
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VARSITY: B. Thomas, B. Kounders, D. Fulton, R. Foster, B. Allen, I. B. D. Trotter, 3rd row: Coach Chris Sawyer, M. Wendeley, D. West, l. Hunt,
Holston, A. Armenip 2nd row, S. Young, T. Pemberton, N. Oren, C. Britt, M. Hayes, S. Rubin, M. Northrup, T. Meloth, R. Ellis.
SOPH-FROSH: K. Pittman, S. Chink, B. Thorpe, D. Pickett, S. O'connell, G. Sanders, C. Ellis, K. Howard, B. Collins, T. Roche, P. Cowan, I. Culbertson,
Moore, B. Silver, T. Silver, 2nd row: K. Banks, R. Bell, D. Sundies, B. D- Resenf B- Allen, l- 5Cl1l'9ff l- Ohe, K' Loffin-
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Billie Douglas soaring through the air.
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"Allright you guysl' says Coach Sawyer.
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1975 was the Panther swimming most
successful year. The Varsity ranked 3rd in 4A CIF
completed this season with an 11-1 record. They
repeated for the 2nd year in a row as Marmonte
League Champion High Point of the year was the
crushing defeat of T.O. 109-61. Outstanding per-
formers were Mike Hayes 50-100-200 freestyle,
100 butterfly, Tom Meloth 50-100-200 freestyle,
Bruce Thomas 100 backstroke, 500 freestyle, 200
freestyle, l.B. Holston 200-500 freestyle and Scott
Young 100 breaststroke, 200 IM.
I.V. are 12-0 in season and 7-0 in league
Terry Pemberton 100 breastroke
Rocky Ellis 100 freestyle,
Steve Roche 100-200 freestyle
Derik Feelwell 100-backstroke,
Frosh-Soph 11-1 overall and 6-1 in league
outstanding improvement throughout
Perry Cowan 200-100-50 freestyle
Bob Allen 200 freestyle, 100 I.M
Brett Thorpe 100,200 freestyle
Our team makes it to CIF
Russ and leff fight for a rebound
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Varsity Basketball: Top row, I. Wellington, M. Schroeder, C. Blat, T. Broadway, R. Miner, R. Zabel, Third row, E. Cox, B. Svendsen, R.
Francis, L. Dybwad, Coach Barone, Second row, R. Oldenkamp, T. Kunisaki, W. Cox. tNot shown: K. McKniff and M. lonesl
Thaddeus gets ready for a shot
Russ looks on as teammate Mark Schroeder aims to sink it
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Battle of the 33's
Thaddeus shooting a jump shot
Coach Barone reflects on the past season
amners spring into action
Seniors: Top row, M. Schroeder, T. Francis, L. Dybwad, C. Blat, second row, T. Broadway, R. Miner, R. Oldenkamp, third row,
B. Svendsen, R. Kunisaki, front row, E. Cox. tNot shown: K. McKniff and M. lonesj
The 1974-75 Basketball Season opened up with
a new coach, Ken Barone, a new offense t1-43, a
new style tfast breakingl, and a new finish- the
Semi-finals of the C.I.F. playoffs!
With only three returning lettermen, Captain
Mark Schroeder, Thaddeus Francis, and Lyle
Dybwadpmany felt that the Panthers were in for a
rebuilding year, though both Mark and Thad had
been starters for the past two years.
Coach Barone then inserted juniors Russ Zabel
and leff Wellington into the starting line-up and
the Panthers were off and running. Outstanding
reserves were led by Ted Broadway, Kevin McKniff,
Chuck Blat, and Ron Miner at the center and
forward spots, along with Bob Svendsen, and Rick
Oldenkamp at the back-up guard spots.
After an opening Marmonte League win over
Royal, the Panthers were stalked by both Camarillo
and Oxnard. Coach Barone then brought up Kent
Keyser, a freshman, and Steve Apperson, a junior,
from the l.V. team to add dept to his squad.
The Panthers went on to finish 3rd in the Mar-
monte League with a 6-4 record including a big win
over then number two C.I.F. ranked Camarillo.
Invited to the playoffs, Newbury Park quickly
showed the experts we deserved to be there by
soundly defeating Mount Carmel tSanta Fe League
Champs! 82-61. Next number two rated Los Amigos
tGarden Grove Champsl was stalked and defeated
by the Panthers 54-52. Onto the 3rd round and
Lynwood tSan Gabriel Valley Champs! met defeat
at the hands of the Panthers 69-65. The Panthers
finally lost against the Mission Valley Champions
and number three rated San Gabriel Matadors 58-
49 in the Semi-Final game.
The team has much to be proud of, we
finished higher than any other team in our short
Coach Barone is looking towards next year for
another winning season.
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l.V. Basketball: Top row, S. Apperson, P. Dvorak, T. Armstrong, P. Wieland, M. Broadway, D. Styka, second rowp K. Keyser, B.
Vanderpool, P. Gruenthal, K. Keyser, R. Gregory, S. Cook.
Scott Cook sees an opening
The l.V. Team had a most satisfying season. They had to regroup after
losing Steve Apperson and Kent Keyser to the Varsity Team. The remaining
members worked together to pull off a good season.
"A lot of people were surprised at how well we did after losing our two
best players. This was the best j.V. team N.P. has ever seen!" commented
The leading scorer was Matt Broadway, 9.7. The leading rebounders
were Matt Broadway and Dave Styka.
The team came in 2nd place with an 18-6 overall season and 8-2 in
l.V. League Scoreboard
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Camarillo 54 55
Oxnard 39 71
Simi 52 41
T.O. 57 41
Royal 32 42
Camarillo 52 44
Oxnard 37 47
Simi 43 61
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The IV II team had an overall ten wins
and eleven losses. In league they won five out
of ten games and came in third place.
The leading scorers this year were Steve
Pechloff and Mered Oren. Steve Pechloff
was also the leading rebounder.
l.V. II Scoreboard
Hueneme 55 31
Hart 32 36
Buena 22 66
Santa Paula 33 51
Agoura 30 52
San Marcos 42 64
Nordhoff 38 64
Ventura 57 38
Morningside 51 48
Muir 64 40
Ventura 47 38
Royal 41 44
Camarillo 38 36
Oxnard 45 50
Simi 41 36
T.O. 58 42
Royal 36 40
Camarillo 57 41
Oxnard 47 61
Simi 38 35
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The Frosh-Soph basketball team lost only one game
in preleague this season, to Morningside.
They won their annual N.P.H.S. Frosh-Soph basket-
ball tournament, making this their second year with a
perfect record of 10-0.
The leading scorers this year were Bryan Torrey,
13.9 and Greg Kniss, 16.5. Greg also had the leading
number of assists, 72. Randy Dumovchel was the leading
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fSimiJ 36 34
T.O. 33 48
Valley View 41 54
La Colina 63 37
Camarillo 41 40
Hueneme 71 42
T.O. 63 57
Oxnard 62 63
Camarillo 41 39
Hueneme 50 37
T.O. 74 56
Freshmen Basketball team: Top rowp C. liedtke, I. Allen, T. Steiner, G. Sharpe, G. Paquin, R. Orr, S. Carr, T. Melton, Bottom
row, K. Collins, M. Birmingham, R. Groom, M. Intelkofer, S. johnson, B. Kurcheskl, T. Kelly.
Steve Carr jumps against Oxnard.
"Hey coach, how's this for defense."
Outstanding play this year came from forwards lon
Allen, who led the team in scoring and rebounding, and
Gary Sharpe. At guard Mike Intelkofer did well against
some fine Freshmen guards in our league. Various
players played fine supportive rolls all year.
With continued work and development, many of
these players will continue through the program and be
the Varsity of tomorrow.
The team ended with a 9-9 over-all record and a
third place finish.
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lim Fernandez takes down opposition for two points.
Captain Randy Kappen wins his match.
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Captain jeff johns picks up opposing team member for a take down.
Randy Kappen gets set to pin his man.
Top row: Coach Pry. Second row: I. Blum, R. Mellinger, G. Warren, C. Schofield, S. McKenzie, Third row: I. Moreno,
R. Kappen, R. Gilder, P. Carrol, I. Iohns, Fourth row: C. Carlson, I. Clouse, P. Postel, M. Whittney, I. Fernandez M.
Coach Hurley, Coach Pry and Coach Wilkes.
The 1974-1975 wrestling team has many new ac-
complishments, led by a new coach, Dan Pry.
Coach Pry led his team to many tournament wins, 1st,
Alemany Invitational, 2nd, Pleasant Valley Invitational and
4th, Dana Hills Invitational, and the League Championship
with a record of 8-0-1. The tie was with Thousand Oaks
High with a 28-28 match.
The entire Team contributed to the League win. Every
team has its standouts and Newbury Park was no different.
Gary Warren i178 lbs.J was the Most Valuable team
member along with being first in league and 3rd in CIF sec-
tionals. Iim Fernandez did not get to compete in the Mar-
Seniors Top row: I. Iohns, G. Warren, Second row: R. Gilder, I. Fer-
nandez, P. Carrol.
monte League Championships held at Camarillo H.S. due
to an injury, however, lim had a record of 20-0 and was
voted Most Outstanding by his teammates. Ieff Blum C1681
was first in league and Randy Kappen 11367 voted Most
Inspirational. Randy was first in league and voted Captain.
Ieff Blum was voted Most Inspirational. Royce Gilder 11411
and Pete Postel 11063 were 2nd in League. Postel was also
voted Most Improved. The team was led by captains Ieff
Iohns and Randy Kappen. Coach Pry was very pleased with
the success of this year's team and hopes for the game
results next year.
Congratulations on winning the League.
Rick Mellinger "Pin Him"
The 1974-1975 l.V. wrestling team un-
der the direction of Coach Hurley took
Third place in the Marmonte League. The
team had a record of 9-4 including their
victory against Agoura, 72-0. The team
also went to the San Marcos l.V. tourna-
ment and the Santa Barbara l.V. tourna-
ment placing fifth in both tourneys. The
team was led by captains Rick Mellinger
and john Bellinghire. Most Valuable
member of the team was Dave Williams
with Mark Batchelor and Rick Heinz as
The FroshfSoph wrestling had a dual
meet record of 4-0. They were very
successful at tournaments. The team took
First at the Novice tourney, Fourth at the
Royal FroshfSoph, Second at the Valley
View tourney, and Fifth at the Simi
tourney. The Most Valuable member was
lohn Billinghire and Most Improved went
to Mike Way. The team captain was lim
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Heinz M Batchalor I Hyatt Thlrd row P Postel M Whlttney,
Tenni team does well ith new coach
Varsity Tennis Back row: I. Richards, G. Burford, P. Moore, I. Ballinger, T. Smart, Coach Dick. Front row: l. McBride, S.
Bunnell, P. Anderson, T. Hacket, S. Brawley.
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a new coach, Coach Dick. He feels that the
team should win the league if there are no
injuries or any unpredictable situations. The
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Tennis: the 1 sport
l.V. Tennis Back row: I. McGehee, L. Dillin, D. Hovious, B. Barnett, C. Henning, Coach Dick. Front row: P. Harris S Benldlck
K. Roggenstroh, R. Laningham, B. Korf, I. Knee.
The l.V. tennis is going to have a
promising year. This years team is kind
of different. It has a girl for the number
one man, and her name is Linda Dillion.
Coach Dick has a good outlook on her
playing. The team also has another girl,
Carla Henning, from Brazil. This should
be a good year for Panther tennis.
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lim Martin CSeniorl
Keith Grubb KSeniorl
Keith Broccoli Uuniorl
Dave Schulze Uuniorl
Larry Collins Uuniorl
Tim Taylor lSophomorel
lim Kelly CSophomoreD
Steve Smith iFreshmanJ
Overall- 2 wins, 6 losses gi f
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"It's all in the hips," says Keith Grubb
Varsity Team: Top row, lim Kelly, Tim Taylor, Steve Smith, Bottom
tNot shown: Keith Broccoli, Larry Collins?
"a thousand miles.
row, lim Martin, Steve Sutter, Dave Schulze, Keith Grubb
larry Collins, "Gee coach I could just go on forever, what mile did you say
cross country 105
Over the hills and through the weeds
l.V. Scoreboard ,
Overall- 5 wins, 3 losses
League- 2 wins, 3 losses
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Greg Perkins, lim Fernandez, Tony lones, Bottom row, George Tade, Mark Castro, Shawn Mason, Pete Von
Gaza, Pablo Espinoza, Tim Curtiss tN0t shown: Cathy Collins, Claudette St. Romainb
lim Kelly and Tim Curtiss congratulate George Tade. ,f
lim "FleetFoot" Fernandez
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Nordhoff 35 22
Rio Mesa 34 24
Santa Paula 36 23
Royal 43 20
Camarillo 50 15
Simi 50 15
Oxnard 21 34
T O 32 24
Frosh-Soph Team: Won the Frosh-Soph league
cham ionship for the second straight year, es-
tablishing themselves as the best Frosh-Soph
team in Ventura County.
Members of that Team:
Steve Smith Eric Greenfield
Y lim Kelly Mark Bradley
A Tim Tay or Steve Tamburrino
N - ' Marc Pittman Harper Wren
N Mike Taylor Dan Torres
Places in Invitational:
Moorepark Invitational- 2nd Frosh-Soph
Cal Lutheran Invitational- 1st Freshman
Buena Park Invitational- 2nd Freahman
Overall- . 7 wins, 1 loss
p,osh-50ph Team: Top row: Danny Torres, Kevin Kelly, Tim Taylor, Marc Pittman, Bottom row: League' 4'W'n51 1 loss' Placed 151-
Sfeye Tamburrino, lim Kelly, Steve Smith, Harper Wren, Mike Taylor 1Not shown: Mark Bradley,
Tom Lian makes it over with ease
108 Varsity Track
Tom McDonald goes up and over
There is no limit to the Panther
Varsity team: Top row, M. Courtright, I. Balbien, T. McDonald, L Mathews, T. Taylor, A. Vonch, T. Sinclair, bottom row, I. Kelly, K.
Collins, C. Ausmus, I. Sheperd, C. Hill, S. Skinner, D. Merton, B. Broccoli, E. Groom, S. Berman, S. Smith, S. Grove CNot shown:
Praise, second row, T. Lian, I. Brown, L. Mathews, I. Shoop, I. B. Elseaj
Varsity Track 109
110 l.V. Track
l.V. team: Top row, M. Ludwig, D. Dalton, D. Sincerbeaux, B. M. Rogers, bottom row, T. Kozlowski, B. Davis, S. lohnson, D. Zaid-
Engelhardt, S. Schuster, G. Brouwers, P. Schmidt, C. Boyce, B. Huber, man, M. Grant, V. lones, I. Robson, R. Goers, I. Brown, C. St. Romain
second row, T. lones, I. Fadler, K. leronimus, T. O'Hagan, N. Cip- tNot shown: D. Stootl
pollini, M. Pounds, G. Perkins, C. Schoonover, H. Eklove, M. Castro,
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Gaza, M. Barteck, P. Winkler, second row, B. Armstrong, D. O'Hara, D. link, M. Pittman, T. Zaidman, B. Keen, S. Cowdin,
E. Greenfield, K. Kelly, S. Pickles, D. Torres, bottom row, F. Alvarez, M. Davis, C. Kummermehr, K. Mosley, K. Lian, M.
Taylor, K. Slattum, H. Wren.
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rown anchoring the 440 relay
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Varsity mile relay: Keith Broccoli, left Shoop, Curt Ausmus, Larry Varsity440 relay: Larry Mathews, Curt Ausmus, Keith Broccoli, Tom McDonald
112 Track Relay Teams
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Frosh-Soph mile relay: Craig Kummermehr, Bobby Keen, Kevin Craig, jeff
Frosh-Soph distance medley relay: Kevin Craig, Dan Torres, Tim Taylor, Steve
Frosh-Soph 440 relay: Craig Kummermehr, Bobby Keen, Ken
Mosley, Tom Pagano
Larry and lefl Mathews
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W5 the waiting, This is baseball
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and his 1975 team
The mighty panther team led by Kenny Lemon.
Manager Tim Dourghty making his usual trip to the drinking foun-
The 1975 panther baseball team had a lot
to work for after the 1974 team's victory in
the Marmonte League. Last year's team had a
record of 19-5 and went into the second
round of CIF. This years team had five retur-
ning lettermen including "All League
Choice" Ron Kunisaki.
Coach Merrill had a young team and a
very inexperienced one. He was satisfied
with the overall improvement over the
season. This years team had young pitchers
compared with last years Geoff Combs, Bill
Schopp and the "Most Valuable Player in the
League" Mark Hendershied. The 1975
Panther pitchers included Scott Krving, Ran-
dy Doner, coming up from the l.V. team,
Steve Mazucca, who also plays first base, and
Russ Zabel, also from the l.V. Team.
Yet in the long run, the 1975 Panther
Baseball Team did their best to follow in the
"paw prints" of the '74 Marmonte League
118 Varsity Baseball
"l'm ready for anything coach," says Kunisaki
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Getting ready for the pitch. The board
Up, up and away
The l.V. baseball team
coached by Bob Hendrix
should do well this year. The
beginning of the season
started slow because most of
the games were rained out.
The team has a good strong
infield with jeff and Rich
Kunisaki and a productive
batting game. Coach Hen-
drix is very optimistic about
this years team.
Wa mlng up for batting.
l.V. Baseball 121
The freshman team looks good in '75
The Freshman Baseball team did quite well.
They also had a new coach, Coach Magrain. The
team had a record of 2-0 at the time of printing
and this indicates that the frosh will take league.
It is a well rounded team with good fielding and
122 Freshman Baseball
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Frosh Baseball Back row: Coach Magrain, G. Sharp, S. Henson, G. Sullivan, C. Bursley, Front row: R. Propes,
lones, I. Ballinger, M. Wessels, M. Wright, Coach Miller. R. Groom, M. Bermingham, S. Horne, C. Carlson, I.
second row: S. lones, M. Mazucca, B. Park, S. Alback, M. Cavangna.
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Baseball at its best.
ary Sharp practices a piidz from the mound. Carl Carlson getting ready to make a play.
Freshman Baseball 123
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Larry Davis lining up putt for a crucial par.
The four most important golfers on the golf team, Larry Davis, Blake Bowling, Dean Simpson, Kean
Blake Bowling up on green shooting for a possible birdie.
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Girls' athletics plays by CIF rules this year
Newbury Park High's Varsity Volleyball
team has had a trying season. As they are now
competing under CIF rules, competition is
stronger, and tension is heavier. Although the
team had no wins up until the second-round
play-offs, their spirit was not dampened, and
they went on to defeat Camarillo triumphantly.
Cheering the team on from the sidelines was
Coach Marti Dibble, a third year teacher at our
Receiving awards for outstanding playing
this year were Yolanda Guerrero and Nanci
Downing, who both made the Marmonte
League All-Star team. Yolanda Guerrero also
received the Most Valuable Player award for
the second year in a row, as she was the team
high scorer and most inspirational player on the
court. Nancy Getman was awarded Most Im-
proved Player for her effort and stamina.
Coach Marti Dibble
Coach Nori Parvin
The lunior Varsity Volleyball team has had
a season of victory, but also a season of defeat.
With a 2-8 record, the girls on the team worked
hard developing their skills. Along with their
coach, Nori Parvin, the team members stayed
after school until 6:30 p.m. practicing their
bumps, spikes and sets.
The high scorer on the l.V. team was Cathy
Paterson, with a total of 55 points in 10 matches.
Theresa Hagman, who was always hustling on
the court, won a trophy for being the Most
Valuable Player on the team. Always in there
trying her hardest was Amy Cohler, whose hard
work paid off as she walked off with a trophy
for the Most Improved Player.
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Varsity volleyball sends two to all-star team
VARSITY VOLLEYBALL-Top row: Marti Dibble, manager. Middle row: T. Mogan, T. Hart, G.
coach, I. Harris, N. Getman, C. Martell, G. Nestor, Garber, N. Adamson and R. loachim. Bottom row:
Y. Guerrero, I. Wilson and G. Higgins, team N. Downing, M. Kitnick and V. Lacasella.
junior varsity volleyball team spikes opponents
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Parvin, coach, A. Cohler, I. Burke, C. Paterson, P. Bottom row: C. Matz and T. Hagman.
Harpel, T. Dyke and S. Creek. Middle row: I.
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Teammate Yolanda Guerrero looks on as ludy Wilson goes up for the spike. Terri Dyke goes for offensive bump.
An anxious l.V. team and coach look on happily as Newbury Park leads.
"Now listen, you turkeys. . .'
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Varsity Tennis: C. Sherman, R. Robb, C. Villa, Sande Washburn, coach, P. Heydenreich, L. Darough, R. Alex-
ander, S. Rice and R. Schow
Robin Schow living up to her nickname- "Swish"
Coach Sande Washburn classified this
tennis season as a "building year." The girls
won many individual matches and sent four
girls to double finals and two girls to singles
finals which were held at N.P. and T.O.
Robin Robb, who came to us late in the
season from Arizona, won all but one of her
matches and was named Most Valuable
Player. Sheri Rice worked hard to improve her
skills and played in all the matches. She was
chosen as Most Improved Player.
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Connelly and C. Humbert. Middle Row: Donna Wilson, Landrith, D. Miller, Not Pictured: N. Adamson and D. Coach Donna Wilson
coach, G. Nestor, K. Funai, K. Kutchen, S. Walton and K. Connelly.
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Due to lack of facilities and equipment the girl's gym-
nastics team was unable to compete this year. They had
attended a workshop and they perform an evening exhibition
for the public, which earned money for new equipment.
Returning to the gymnastics team for the second year were
gymnasts N. Adamson, I. Campbell, C. Decker, K. Funai, K.
Gossen, T. Keen, B. Landrith, T. Morgan and S. Rice. Next year
they will be competing within the Marmonte League.
Kristi Funai goes around and up.
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Coach Nori Parvin
Coach Connie Winsky
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P. Girl' basketball win in style
VARSITY BASKETBALL-Top row: Coach, Nori Parvin, Bottom row: R. loachim, A. Anderson, B. Baker, I.
D. Shaffer, P. Harpel, H. Eggebrecht. Middle row: M. Mack, Y. Guerrero. Not pictured: A. Dixon.
Hunter, D. Wilson, C. Kahman, H. Phillips, I. Wilson.
IUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL-Top row: C. Peterson, Bottom row: L. Luke, T. Steele, W. Mitchell, C. Ross, C.
D. Price, Coach, Connie Winsky, L. Nichols, T. johnson. Stansell, l. Shelton. Not pictured: T. Hagman and C.
Middle row: S. Howes, P. Spoehr, S. Crook, K. Parks. Matz.
Holly Eggebrecht goes up for the iump Nori Parvin coaching the team
Basket good by Diane Wilson
Our Newbury Park Girl's Basketball
teams went through a hard season. With
two new coaches added to the school,
new teams were formed. Nori Parvin
presented new plays which paid off dur-
ing the Camarillo and La Reina games.
The Varsity team had difficult work-
outs and strenuous games. Many of the
practices were held on Saturdays.
Connie Winsky took the junior Var-
sity team and, like the Varsity, worked
very hard on drills and plays. They per-
formed outstandingly well against
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league standings put the l.V. team in third
Everyone up for the iump
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Girls splash into CIF
Coach Sande Washburn IUNIOR VARSITY SWIMMING-Top rowp B. Coffelt, A. Bland, I. Burch, E. Sullivan, L. Swiertz, Bottom row
A D. Zigan, L. Morr, P. Heinrichs, I. Shaw, C. Murry, Coach- Sande Washburn.
Sande Washburn was our l.V.
Swim coach this year. This was the
first year that there was separate
coaches for the swim teams.
Many of the girls were on the
team last year and have returned to
make another successful season.
The girls practiced tenth period and
late into the evening every day. The
girls were very determined and
showed their dedication at every
Patrice Heinrichs first off for the relay start
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D. Heinrichs and C. Harper. Bottom row: B. Parshley, D. Martin, K. Cowdin, H. Turner, S.,Peterson, L. Buchanan, Marti
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As the third year of girls swim meets
approached, the girls were out in the pool
everyday. With the start of the season on
March 17, they practiced from 7th period
to 4:30 and sometimes 5:00. The
swimmers worked on sprints, kicks and
pulls of each stroke.
They swam against such schools as
Thousand Oaks, Oxnard, Royal, Agoura,
Camarillo and Simi. With the League
Prelims at Newbury Park a few of the girls
swam their way into CIF.
Marti Dibble coached the girls and
worked on each individual stroke with
them. Rain, sleet, or snow the girls with
their coach were out there working
and at every home meet Mascot 'Tasha'
Girl's Athletics 135
Varsity softball team
slides into victor
Coach Connie Winsky "You're outl"
Genie Garber releasing pitch.
Softball season began on March 31 of this year.
After days of long practices, the first game was played
on April 11. The last game of League play was May 6.
The Varsity Softball team consisted of many good
players, some of them were returning for their second
year. Those returning included Nanci Downing, Teri
Hart, Cathy Sherman, Patty Harpel, Rhonda Torres,
Genie Garber, Diane Wilson and others. Coach Con-
nie Winsky's main plan was to "keep the team
together for lots of practice and team work."
Her ideas were carried out and worked well, as
was seen throughout the season. The positive attitude
of team members was shown through their outstan-
ding play while outfield, or strategical maneuvers
"Bring 'em all in, Robin!"
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IUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL-Top row: V. Prewitt, V. Malmo, D. Arthur, D. Ockander and C. Marsh. Bottom
Barrett, D. Kabot, L. Luke, K. Iones, I. Burke, L. Sherman, row: B. Boyd, T. Gilbert, D. Cornish, K. Brocolli, D. Neel,
M. Murry, S. Trexler, K. Sharer and Diana Doyle, coach. M. Lockert, I. Shoneman and M. Nathan.
Middle row: C. Palma, K. Swan, C. Iensen, C. Casey, I.
Coach Diana Doyle
I. V. Softball team swings into action
Ieanne Malmo releases pitch after wind-up. Cindy Iensen "swinging into action."
"lt's an easy catch, Colleen."
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L team was working in almost
the same manner as the Var-
sity team. Late workouts,
weekend practices, and the
closeness of the team brought
on a very deserving season.
The team consisted of
mainly freshmen and
sophomores, all of whom had
never played on the NPHS
team before this year. In the
beginning of the season,
there were approximately
-- thirty girls trying out. Out of
this thirty, only fifteen were
chosen to compete.
Coaching the I.V.'s this year was
Diana Doyle, a first year teacher at our
school. Her constant, optimistic outlook
on the season gave the team the con-
fidence they needed to enjoy playing as
well as winning. Coach Doyle remarked,
"This I.V. team has been a talented and
enthusiastic group of girls who have
worked hard, but also have enjoyed play-
ing good softball."
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Board of trustees- First rowg Mr. Cecil Schnelle, Mrs. Pauline Hogstad. Second rowp Mr. Glen Scott,
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Attendance- Bill Loretta
Librarians- Carol Walters, Dixie Hoffland, Bev Aggen, Bonnie Patton. Nurse- Frances McDermott
Secretaries- Ann Whitted, Paula Gould, LaRue Davidson, Dixie Verie Urpin, Gladys Hyde, and Sue Allison.
Burton, Blanche Doak, Linda Hayley, Ethel Kennedy, Pansy Ward,
Career Center offers new atmosphere
The Career Information Center was es-
tablished to hel all students of Newbury
Park High Schoofidentify their interests and
aptitudes in relation to their future career
choices. Students visiting the center find
out about careers in a friendly, informal at-
Students can come to the Career
Center for college applications and
catalogues, career materials, audio-visual
career information, guest speakers
representing various vocations and
colleges, Armed Services information and
for participation in the Work Experience
Services available include job place-
ment, draft registration, voter registration,
Social Security card applications, and ap-
titude and interest testing.
A special thanks to those bus drivers
and maintenance men who have devoted
much of their time to serving NPHS and its
students. Also, special thanks to Pete
Magallanes, audio-visual man.
Girls' P.E. attendant- Betty Asmus
Boys' P.E. attendant- lerry Naaktgeboren
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Career center coordinators- Mr. Gary Reed and Mrs. lessie Lillingreen
Cafeteria staff- E. Cleis, G. Lewis, S. Brodski, G. Evans, M. johnson, V. Ainsworth, S. Shaw, V. Edwards
B. Bandy, C. Stewart, M. Martell, and S. Allen.
This year, the Pawprint staff has asked the
faculty at N.P.H.S. to write about one of the follow-
1. The most humorous event in their teaching
2. Their most memorable students.
3. Their most memorable event.
The success of their comments show their
enthusiasm and spirit of faculty members toward
N.P.H.S. Those who have responded, have added to
our "Celebrate Yourself" theme.
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This year the social science depart-
ment has been working together to br-
ing a more unified approach to various
subjects, in order to overcome the
program changes and class alternating
Separate programs have also been
instituted by members of the social
science department, such as Mrs.
Meyers' psychology studies at
Camarillo State Hospital.
While lecturing, I was walking
around the room and stood next to
the pencil sharpener. I started to
move forward, but my hair was
wrapped around it.
The morning of November 20, when
Ms. Diane Heiken got into my
drawers in front of my second period
Teaching is a funny experience in
itself. It's the stupid and funny things
my students and I do daily that keeps
me coming back each Monday-like
painting my room, installing a televi-
sion showing it off-and then dis-
covering it isn't my room.
My most memorable event was
coaching the 1973-74 Rio Mesa
basketball team into the semi-finals
of CIF playoffs, and then being ap-
pointed Varsity Basketball coach
here at Newbury Park.
I was showing a movie on apes for a
7th grade anthropology class. I asked
the students to please try and sit in
their seats instead of climbing over
them and swinging from the lights
like an ape. While walking back to
my desk, I tripped on the proiector
cord, unplugged the movie, and
knocked over a student's desk.
The 1970 football game between
T.0.H.S. and N.P.H.S. It was the first
football game between the two high
schools and it ended in a 48 to 48 tie.
As I complete my fourth year of
teaching, I believe that all students
are memorableg but some do stand
out in my mind for various reasons. I
remember students that smile and
enjoy school. It's these students who
get involved with whatever they do
that make me feel that what I am do-
ing is worth my effort.
How could anyone forget the fond
memories of little Chickie Hearn,
Steve Apperson? I thought after last
year no one could top you, but this
year I found a new you in Bryan
john Uelman, D.C.
All of my students are memorable,
My most humorous event was the
day Iulius Caesar fell asleep in my
social studies class.
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On Friday the 13th, to the delight of
my sixth grade class, I bent over to
mop up a mess from a leaky drain
and ripped my trousers. Never again
will l deny that day unlucky.
Dorothy Beau bien
Yes, my heart of stone really does
bleed for you!
There are 2,650 students
enrolled in Newbury Park High
School, but 2,680 enrolled in
English! Full classes, busy teachers,
excitement about langua e and
literature - all these descrie the
English program in our high school.
In one room is a beautiful driftwood
mobile showing the symbolism of
The Scarlet Letterp in another room,
a Ken doll with five changes of
velvet costumes - all for the
miniature Hamlet. From another
class comes the ringing tone of a
modern-day Marc Antony. In still
another room, students pore over a
dictionary trying to get to the root
of the root.
Since the stud of English is a
combination of the building of skills
and the discovery of content, each
English class, includin electives,
offer all the aspects ofg English -
reading, writing, speaking, conjuga-
tion, declension, paragraphingl, ex-
plication, understanding and t eme
- and did you know that when
Charles Darnay went to Paris ....
Have you heard what is happening
in South Africa .... and did ou hear
and what do you think ....?
All of my students are memorable
and I cannot single out one student
or one event to tell-but I can tell
you that I collect and save these fond
memories, as one might save scraps
of fine cloth, and I plan to make a
beautiful patchwork quilt with them
to keep me warm when I'm too old
I found it humorous twith a twinge
of pain and sadness! that a few adults
angrily criticized my classes because
"students are free to express
My most memorable students have
been those I have met this year at
NPHS. Arriving as a new teacher
medway in the lirst semester, I asked
some of my classes to tell me of
themselves and their needs. Instead
of requests and complaints, I
received notes of welcome and
offers of help. Thanks-I think
When I was student teaching, I
entered my science fiction class
dressed as Cyrano de Bergerac. I had
a long, red cardboard nose, a
poncho for a cape and a yardstick for
a sword. Now that Ed Sullivan's show
is gone, what's left? The Sonny
Virginia Gangsei, D.C.
One day in English 4 the students
began to leave without being dis-
missed. I asked them to sit down, ex-
plaining that since I ruled so seldom,
I wanted to be at least queen of dis-
missal. The next day the students
marched into the room with a pillow
on which rested a sceptre. With it
was a scroll signed by all her loyal
subjects to "Queen Virginia."
The most memorable students I've
had are all the students I've worked
with: The giggly ones, the serious
ones, the sunshiny ones, the bored
ones, the puzzled ones, the in-
terested, the imaginative, the warm-
hearted, the confused, the
My most memorable students are
those who have received an A in my
My most memorable teaching
"experience" is the streaker who
came in from the cold.
ludy Susan Urrutia
One of the most memorable tand
embarrassing! events during my
teaching career at NPHS was when I
had to deliver, straight-faced, a cer-
tain line in the faculty play last year.
For those of you who don't
remember the line . . . good!
Many years ago, while addressing my
very first class and trying to appear
extremely mature, I very formally an-
nounced, "Now l shall pass out the
cheating sarts"-my first, but not
Teaching, day by day, is a humorous
experience in itself. Especially when
you have students who do things like
putting a whole onion in their soup
when the recipe calls for onion to
While showing my students the
proper way to cut lettuce, I had a
protest from one of the girls. She
told me that her mother had warned
her against cutting it. The reason?
The vitamins would fall out the ends!
I remember one of the boys from my
co-ed foods class choosing classtime
to prove to a friend his theory that
an egg can stand great pressure end
to end and not break. Either the
theory was wrong or he slipped, the
egg exploded 10 feet in all directions
with a few of us in range.
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Mary Ann Revello
Home Economics is involved
with preparing high school
students for the outside world. The
subiects included in Home
Economics teach the student to be
independently wise with the basic
knowledge of living away from
home. English and Mathematics,
courses which are required, aren't
used on a daily basis. Everyday of
his life, a student will put to use
what he has learned in Home
Economics-whether it's anywhere
from handling money to handling
My most memorable student ls m
The mathematics department
of N.P.H.S. is the largest elective
department in the school. The
applications for the logical reason-
ing structure of mathematics is un-
This year we have been
attempting to enlarge the Honors'
Program's calculator and computer
equipment, and give instruction to
each student on how to operate it.
Happiness is working hard for two
years and seeing your work pay off in
an undefeated football season.
Robert R. Thomas
Mr. Thomas, observing that one of
his students is not paying attention to
the explanation of the Pythagorean
Theorem: "What do you think
David?" Davis pops up in his seat and
says, "Er, aw, uh, what do you think,
Mr. Thomas?" Mr. Thomas answers,
"David, I don't think, I know!" David
answers, Hwell, Mr. Thomas, I don't
think I know either."
At the end ol my third year of
teaching, after putting up with and
then dealing with students shooting
rubber bands in class, my geometry
class presented to me a wooden
plaque award for patience. Attached
to it was a 12-foot tail made of rubber
"Brush-off" in parking lot.
My most humorous moment
occurred last year when my third
period class, seeking a rest from their
constant laughter at my jokes, used a
recorded "laugh track" one day.
My most memorable student was the
one who offered me S50 for an A.
My most memorable students! I'd
need 1200 words just to name them.
Each has been memorabley each has
been unique in some way.
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No comment. No comment.
My most humorous experience 1974,
in two words, is Donald Dubnow.
Dennis Reed, D.C.
After explaining to a class that we
only had a limited number of rulers
which must be properly cared for, I
heard a loud "snap." As much to his
own surprise as to mine, a student in
the front row had broken a yardstick
over his own head.
Pete Fisher, Music D.C.
Six days in beautiful Hawaii with 140
terrific students and a great half-time
show has to be my most memorable
Students I will never forget are:
Anita, Lynn, Tracy, Gary, Paula, Kim,
Carrie, Denise, Wendy, Tammy,
Maurya, Phil and Bill-and not
necessarily in that order.
My most memorable events at
Newbury Park High School have
been the opening nights of each of
the plays. After all of the time spent
in rehearsal, and all of the nervous
butterflies before the shows, the
applause at the final curtain is most
The art department at this school is really great!
They have film festivals every month: Betty Boop,
Horror movies, and stuff like that. In December we
decorated Fazio's Market for Christmas.
There are lots of great courses to take, like print-
making and photography. The photo lab has been
improved, and now people with cameras are all
over school, and developing very well. Many
students won awards at the Pageant of the Oaks con-
test for their work in painting, drawing, and
All of the art teachers are back, including Mrs.
Colell, who took last year off to have a baby! She
enjoyed the vacation so much, she's taking another.
All her vacations seem to come with babies.
I think I'll take art next year.
The music department comes in assorted sized
and shapes, 150 band members and attached units
marched in parades and performed half-time shows,
while 85 Black Orpheus members gave their talent to
musical shows throughout the year from Back-to-
School Night through the Spring Show. Others, such
as the stage band, have performed at various school
activities in concert, and hosted their own lazz
Sande Washburn, D.C.
I announced to my class to meet on
the field and said, "Mrs. Washball's
Soltburn class meet on the field."
The department is involved in a new
Physical Education Program this year. It is
experimenting with co-ed classes where the
students are rovided the opportunity to
enroll in co-e or regular P.E. classes. The
classes are taught by teachers from both
Girls' and Boys' P.E. Co-ed activities include
such sports as archery, softball, badminton,
wei ht training, and tennis.
The students also have the unique op-
portunity to elect the three sports and
teacher for the semester. So far, we have
between three and four co-ed classes each
Long range plans include ability group-
ing and specialized classes for g mnastics,
dance, and, athletics.
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My high school teachers thought it
incredible that I had returned to be
in their profession - teaching. You
didn't know me in high school!
During my first year of teaching, Mrs.
Feller chased me out of the faculty
mail room - she thought I was a stu-
Donna Rae Wilson
My most memorable event is
happening right now. I'm teaching
with my favorite buddy, C. l. - what
a surprise for both of us.
Last year, on my birthday, some of
my students kidnapped me at 5:00
a.m. to take me out to breakfast -
nightshirt, curler, and all!
Connie lo Winsky
While riding my ten-speed to school,
a car suddenly swerved toward me
and I was forced to make an astoun-
dingly awkward leap to safety. Never
again will I forget my training
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Winning the CIF championship in
baseball the first year ot N.P.H.S. ex-
istence and the championship game
were events that will stick out
torever in my mind, and ot course
the young men who made up that
team are my all time students.
Beating Thousand Oaks in Soph.
Football 45-6 this season. Also the
ball players who contributed so
much - left Mathews, Ken Mosley,
and lelt Wiltong.
Receiving a personal invitation to at-
tend a stage version of the "Sound ot
Music", starring one ot my former
students, has to be one ot the
proudest and most memorable
moments in my teaching career.
My most humorous event occurred
when Pete Delgado had to take ott
his track meet shorts, in front ot 500
people, so Keith Broccoli could use
them at Marmonte league Finals.
Coach Robles and Coach Pagliaro.
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Science department does nothing
David Moore, D.C.
Said the amphibian to the marsupial,
I'm being bothered by
platyhelminthesf' Said the marsupial
to the amphibian, "You should see
my nematodes." And as they talked
they sailed down the bile duct and
up the duodenum to the Islets of
Langerhans where they built a
nucleolus from an endoplasmic
reticulum, some ribosomes and a
Golgi body. There they lived happily
eating lipids and amino acids.
My most memorable students have
been those who sincerely wanted to
learn and gave me the opportunity
to share with them my vast store of
Darlene Feller, D.C.
My first trip to Europe for a fantastic
2Vz months is my most memorable
During my first year of teaching, a
CLC hall monitor yelled, "Stop,
students can't go in there." "I am not
a student," I said. He wouldn't
believe me and I was lacked out of
Being the belly-dancing P.E. teacher
in the faculty play last spring and see-
ing several of my innocent students'
shocked faces front row center!
R. Clark Hunter
My most memorable students have
been those Russian students who
taught me to like Ivan Rebroff and
those who started the custom of
awarding hero medals in class. Also,
those geography students who
"went with me" to Heartland, USA.
Mary lane Watson
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My most unusual teaching ex-
perience occurred in Mexico City
while teaching a junior high English
class. I was given 45 youngsters and
virtually no materials with which to
work. Despite all obstacles, it was a
truly broadening experience for all
Aside from the usual classroom
activity, the foreign language
department has been busy sightsee-
ing. Numerous events and
celebrations from different coun-
tries take place in the Los Agneles
area, and the foreign language
students share in the festivities by
taking field trips - German
students went to Alpine Village, and
some Spanish students spent the
day at Olvera Street. French, Italian,
and Russian students were busy
sampling the food from their par-
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Doris Webe' lohn CUFIS , Shirley Ross
To me the rewards of teaching do N0 comment. No comment
not come during the school year, but
the months or years afterwards,
when students write or call back
from their jobs. There are five of my
former students working for the FBI
all in the same office. The first one of
the five is now the office supervisor.
Their presiding officer nicknamed
the five girls "Weber's Wonders."
The academic resource center
The Business Education Depart-
ment has been busy preparing students
for the business world. The methods of
preparation that are offered to the
students of N.P.H.S. include work ex-
perience, wages, field trips, and
classroom work related to the real
world. The faculty in this department
have been exploring a variety of ac-
tivities to constantly improve students'
efforts in dealing with an ever-
increasing complex world.
My amusing incident occurred to me
as a brand new teacher at N.P.H.S. I
met, almost simultaneously, my new
principal and head counselor and
wandered whether I had in-
advertently signed a contract with
The Academic Resource Center is a small group instruction
class whose main function is to combat the cookie cutter con-
sciousness that pervades much of public education.
The students and teachers who make up the center, realize
that not everyone comes from the same academic mold, and
tererfore strive to adapt the program to the needs of the stu-
dentp something they have found to be a rather rare and novel
When Tom Saputo was washing his
hands at the sink, only he didn't
know that there wasn't a drain pipe.
Consequently, he was washing his
lsn't it wonderful what the students
can do with their hands-and feet!
The surprise party that the 1974
Pawprint staff gave me is one of my
fondest memories as a teacher. I'II
always have a soft spot in my heart
for those people and our growing
In the machine shop we have a
unique situation in which I, as the in-
structor, can give much individual
help, My boys are not a number, but
a person who I get to know and
hopefully understand. This, then,
shows me the good in each of the
boys, and helps me understand the
why's of his shortcomings. I like to,
then, remember all my boys, not just
one or a few since each of my
students has taught me something. I
really like my job.
My most memorable event in
teaching was the day the pipes in the
boys' rest room were broken and
flooded the wood shop.
The Industrial Education
Department has been quite busy
this year. They have added two
new members, Mr. Bill Beaubien
and Mr. lim Ganser, both in the
wood area. The department
worked together at the Ventura
County Fair placing third for their
display. Mr. Barker and his
Architecture ll class are currently
involved in the design and con-
struction of the memorial mar-
"Teaching is a humiliating
Please see candid.
Class is . . . Rick Scott checking lunch passes during Bth Class is . . . Pam Dennis forehand.
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Class is . . . Nori Parvin cruising the streets after school in her '74
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78' brought with it several new changes. Probably the most dynamic
of the arrivals was the shifted schedule for Freshmen and
Sophomores. Opinion was often times voiced by the foes of the new
schedule, but most managed to adapt to it. Although the new shifted
schedule helped to alleviate the over-crowded condition, some of the
old rivalry between the underclassmen and the upperclassmen may
have been lost in the shuffle.
Another was that this year's class was the first incoming Freshmen
class to "experience" registration. The selection of courses and their
instructors was for some a frustrating and disappointing start to four
years at NPHS.
The year was not a complete upheaval of basic traditions, as many
participated in the traditional activities. The Welcome Dance, an an-
nual favorite was again hosted to welcome the Freshmen class and
received a phenomenal turnout.
Homecoming Week saw the birth of the class spirit. Long evening
hours were labored to assemble the float, which in itself was a first.
This was the first year the freshmen float ended-up as what it was
planned out to be.
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petitions was just the beginning. During the year, the class became so
"spirited" that they were suspended from attending the rallies.
With a beginning like this one, the 'class of 78' should hold
memories for years to come.
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This is the only way to travel.
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Van Cleave, Bill
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Toda Freshmen, tomorrow Sophomores
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The sophomore class contributed to their second year of high school in many ways.
Along with the usual homecoming activities, floatbuilding, and football concessions, the
class had a car wash, a booth at NPHS fair day and a raffle. Other activities included a candy
sale, a class play, a Spring dance and a boy-girl basketball Marathon. The year concluded
with winning the Spirit Chain and a farewell Pizza Party. It is hoped that this year will be
treasured by many.
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Kristy Decker working diligently on sophomore class float.
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Loneliness is next best thing to loveliness.
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Sophomore princess. . . .
Whi h on will it be?
Nominees for Sophomore class princess, from left to right, Terri Bell, Kim lones, lane
Pugh, Donna lendian.
"Oh no! English again!"
Sophomore Princess lane Pugh
Rivard, Sherri --vf
Sophomore Princess, lane Pugh, being driven to Home
Smith, Connie jo
Let's celebrate! lt's Friday!
What was that?
Did we just see a streaker?
This sure beats doing homework!
"He knows the answer, "Let's ask him "
A students' version of "California Dreamin
A varlety of ways to learn
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lunior Class Officers: Peter Stamos Vice President, Aspasia Drivas Sgt. at Arms, I. B. Holston President, Vicki Lacascela
Secretary, Ken Shappet Treasurer.
The Class of '76 hosted many school activities this
year, including the Fifties Day and Dance. There was a
lunchtime sox hop and a fifties costume contest. The band
"Sterno and the Flames" lit up the sky for the fabulous Fif-
ties Dance. The lunior class helped provide concessions at
several home football and basketball games. The luniors
had a twenty-four hour dance marathon. Most important
the junior-Senior Prom was a fantastic success as the
luniors raised a vast amount of funds to subsidize the cost.
What's everyone looking at?
Faces' for the future
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Being the class of the centennial year
the juniors are given the emblems of the
nations two major political parties as their
spirit mascots. juniors have always been
socially envolved but even more so when
they supported many of the issues in the
November '74 elections.
Mary Ann Fletcher
Chris takes care creating her artwork
Iuniors are active in Creative Art .
Tim puts final touches on his project.
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Iunior never lose humor
I got a deal you can't refuse.
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Faces make people happ
Take'n it easy.
A variety of talent.
Did you drop your handkerchief?
Excitement over activities
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Michele St. Pierre
Claudette St. Romain
junior dreams of '74
jeanne day dreams
, Elizabeth West
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and now we're through
Senior class officers- Top row: Tom Koeske- Sgt.-at-Arms, Greg lones- Vice President. Front row:
lody Barton- Secretary, Mike Courtright- President, Debbie Birenbaum- Treasurer
The class of 75 celebrated their fourth year at NPHS
with a booming start. A twenty mile Senior Cyclethon took
place with an all-you-can-eat picnic at the midpoint. This
was a great financial push and along with working con-
cessions for football and basketball games, the Seniors
Homecoming was next on the agenda. This brought
the Seniors together every night for a week in the building
of the winning homecoming float. Other homecoming ac-
tivities also showed the "spirit" of the class. The Seniors
had a special interest in the greased watermelon throw-or
should we say greased freshman throw??
The Senior Ball was a "great success" according to
those who attended. The people at Sportsman's Lodge
were even nice enough to exchange our room for the half
expected 400 couples to a smaller room for the 57 couples
who were present.
Fifties Day brought out the spirit in all of us, and the
Seniors were on an upward climb once again. All too soon
we got hit with another rally and when it was time for class
competition . . . the Seniors looked pretty bad. By having
connections with the judges we managed to retain our
The Seniors also participated in the annual "Let's see
how much we can rip them off" time of the year all year
long. This included such memoirs as the senior sweatersp
caps and gowns twhich we are priviledged to keep?J5 year-
booksp announcementsp etcg etcp etc. . . Naturally, this
didn't create an abundance of enthusiasm.
Grad night will soon be with us and then the class of 75
can look back at the fun and the laughter and maybe shed a
few tears for the past, and a lot of smiles for the future.
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Most Talented-Vicky Knox and Chris Lovejoy
Best Dressed-Tony Cagliano and Becky Mitchell
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leff Allison: Concert and Marching Band, 3 years: pizza: music:
architecture: the forest: hiking: The Allman Brothers:
"Middle class poverty is hiding inside your 40,000 dollar
house because you don't have the money to pay the
jenny Anderson: My thoughts are censored.
Robin Anderson: "Silence often says much more than trying to
say what's been said before."
Carol Andree: "Freckles": Baton Twirler, 3 years: camping:
life: skiing: plants: friends: beach: football games:
smiles: and " !!l" ALOHA tHawaii, '72J.
Mary Rose Aquino: Alias "Mary Mascot": best friends with
Cathy Campus: member of the "Scandalous Group." In
love with I.L.P. and forever laughing. "A contended
spirit in the sweetness of existence." Put the Wop on
Attilio Emilio Armeni II: I have been on the water polo and
swim teams since they started at this school. I like swim-
ming and my friend is I.L.P. and I am also a member of
the "Scandalous Group."
Cindy Ashford: I had a dream and it filled me with wonder, you
had other plans. I.L.M.F.A.W.M.l.-Love always me.
Dayna Atkins: "This feeling inside me has never denied me the
right to be wrong if I choose."-Raymond O'Sullivan.
Becky Barton: Welcome back my friends to the show that never
ends. Memories to those who know my one person
show, which laughs. T.P.'s forevermore, so don't be sore
"LG" SKtG,Bl and twinkle and the fishes KELPJ K, Little
Elton smiles upon you.
lody Barton: And the peace of God, which passes all un-
derstanding, will keep your hearts and your minds in
Chris Bergeron: "My friend-the touch of your love is a gift I will
Steve Berman: "BERM": football, 3 years: track, 3 years
to "Dave Mason" and "Traffic" and fogging up
laymie Bernstein: Happiness is like a sunbeam, which
on my horse in the
Chris A. lloehmer: I would like to be
only myself, nothing is more important.
Elton john: I love'Tny friends and Lynne
bye Yellow Brickjtogd!
Brinkmeyer: I leave to sisters
coming was May
Laura Dennis: To Sue, Rita, and Sandy: Remember: Tomor-
row's going to be a brighter day! In a couple of years
the brightness will be so unbearable!
Karyn DeSmet: Green power! Swampwater: Elton lohn: Emer- '
son, Lake, 84 Palmer: Malibu: T.P.'s: my cat and fish:
strange S.S.: Chada: MJ.: Nigel O.: Madman across the
S nior profiles
water. My 13 years are finally over!
Debbie DuQue: Thanks to all my Boba friends for 2 great years
at N.P.H.S. Always remember COLEHO. See ya at Zuma!
Lyle Dybwad: Everyone is different and unique-and gladly so.-
Black Oak Arkansas is great-and we're going to C.l.F. in
basketball this year with the "Fearsome Foursome."
Karin Ferry: "Begin to be now what you will be hereafter."-St.
lerome. To C.S. and T.A., remember me. Philippians 4:8-
13: lohn 4:20,Z1.
Rita Fraley: I'd like to thank my best friend, Sue Geib, for the
best years of my life.
ludy Francesconi: Thank you Mrs. Gangsei for reaffirming my
faith in teachers, Thank you Terri for eebie deebie and
oobie doobie, Thank you laymie for being the only one
telling me to be uncool, Thank you Lynne for your
friendship, Thank you Sharon for being such a beautiful
person, Thank you Greg for your love, Thank you my
friends for everything, and remember, keep "shaking it
up," right Mike? "I wish you love, and strength, and
faith, and wisdom, Goods, gold enough to help some
needy one, I wish you songs, but also blessed silence,
And God's sweet peace when every day is done."
Don Fulton: ". . . but peace would be the product only of a
better world: a better world could be brought about
only- by better individuals . . ." -
what he is.-The Wall Street lournal-
Cynthia Faye Marie Kennan: "A singer cannot delight you un-
less he himself delights to sing."-Kahlil Oilran-Black
Orpheus, vocal ensemble.
Richard E. Kershaw: Alias "Ricky Racer"-Best friends with Tom-
my Turkey and Harry and K.M.: in love with Cathy Cam-
pus. "Baby, you ain't seen nothing yet!"
Vicky Knox: This is my song for the asking. Ask me and I will
play All the love that I hold inside.
Bob Koenders: "I'm impressed."
Tom Koeske: To everything there is a season, and a time t
every purpose under heaven: A time to be born, a
to die: A time to plant, a time to reap: A time to la
a time to cry: A time to love, a time to hate: A ti '
war . . . and a time of peace." Ecclesiates 3:1,2
"Now and forever, since time began You and me
part of God's pIan."
Beth landrith: May the friendship, love, and happiness given to
us from God, during our time spent together here, con
tinue to grow and spread as each of us go our separate
ways in life.
Cindy Landstad: Friends, I will remember you.
Alfred lames Lewis: "Try to make one person happy each day,
even if it's just yourseIf."-Smythe-
lody Long: Sophomore class secretary, '72-73: Belly dancing:
1 y t'
Kristi Funai: Parties: May 24,: October 25,: Green Power! Sho
treasurer of Ideas Unlimited. Hey, Cindy, we finally
and fat! See ya in Stewart Heights, Hubba! Debbie and I made ig, Thanks for being Such 3 great friend,
l lealfe Y0U Sulies 5'U'C'K'E'R'5! Marlene Longamore: Yearbook, 2 years: H.R., 2 years: D.T., 2
Sue Geib: From freshmen to Seniors, New friendships and years: ILO., 1 year: P.C., 1 year. Hurray for Mrs. C.
watching over us from above. Special
love to Rita-Lee for the "good times"
Meyers and Virginia. To N.P.H.S. I leave M.R. and my
scuzy sneakers, ha! The "on the floor gang" rides again!
3 are f' W !'f'W5-" H N l Kean Mack: Well known golfer-In love with cheerleaders. Best
D930 The lord does 'HEY' ludge friends with everybody, even Ricky Racer and Tommy
but the heart."-I
Turkey. Life is really neat, it's good to be around.
Marcy Mandoky: "Peace is not needing to know what will
easy, take it
and fun. "Two roads IN a
. . . I took me une
the difference." .
Tim Kell: Imagination was given to man to compensate l1lm for
what he is not: a sense of humor, to console him for
happen next." l'll see you all someday in the funny
papers . . .
Dawn Manson: Ed is a fruitcake: wanna go to the market?
Kathy Marcellus: Oh yes, the days of wine and song. Of good
friends and times gone. Recollections of joys and tears.
What a way to spend four years!
',g,Larry Mathews: Whosoever shall exalt himself shall he
humbled: and he that shall humble himself shall be
Tom McDonald: The years will pass us by: but the memories
linger on. B.D. to TJ. remember our memories!
Thomas Dian Meloth: Alias "Swimmer"-I am 1 iiggler of
Southern Comfort, instead of Brandy, V1 iigger white
creme de menthe. Shake me with cracked ice: strain. I
am a "Stinger."
Margaret Meriwether: "Summer: not a season, but a state of
Sandy Meyers: "I have
different color eyes," "Oh my
Daniel Miller in football: Gold Chipper:
Honor Mike: R.R. Sr
P.N.: of the wise
games: Martony's:,Vlate to
old and new friends: have
Rah! I take thee, Todd.
Patrisa Rainer: "l love people, smiles, life, chocolate chip
cookies tnot the school'sJ, and best of all, Ken."
ing greatest time:
Susan Rath: All things are done to the glory of God and it is on
f" His wings that we shall soar. Band, 1973-74, 74-75: Drum
maior, 1974-75: Panther Band President, 1974-75: Stage
Band, 1974-75: G.A.A., 1973-74.
Margaret Reed: Bye Sidney. Thanks to all my friends. Good
luck with all the Ow-ees. See you at the Zoom!
Remember the Co-Le-Ho.
Tami Ricci: Thanks to my special friends. High School was fun,
but I wouIdn't want to do it again!
Ginny Richards: Here's to 2 years at T.0.: 2 years at N.P.: T.P.
A jobs: "the on the floor gang": waltzing at Whataburger:
--Sli Dr. Suess: and the beach. To Meyers 81 Co.: a special
5,5 i. thanks!
.iggfheryl Ringle: To Carol Nelson-Precious and few were the
i X' ' moments spent with Greg and lim.
N bbie Rollins: Stewart Heights, rah! To the good old gang,
' Sue, Karen, Kristi, Lorie, Karen, remember Oct. 25, 1974,
3 it's been just o.k. Briars, remember long and skinny-also
' ' Ma 24 1974 Green power! Kristi and I leave you Suzie,
y , .
W, -. , have fun. s-u-c-K-E-R-sl
.. .I 10.
Salamon: Girl's Glee, 9: Mixed Chorus, 10: Drill Team,
Kelli-Ann Scheurerz Maiorette, 4 years: good half time shows:
winning trophies: Hawaii.
Terri Scott: I'm an innocent young child, sharp as a knife.
lody Sinacori: "Tammy"-"Our forgettable friendship."
Timm Sinclair: Enter ye mortals, who fear not to tread the
portholes of HELL!
Loretta Smith: I like Sly 81 the Family Stone, and I'm moving to
Newport Beach guys!
Crystal St. Romain: "The feeling of new friends to find And I
see here new friends of mine."-lohn Denver- I love
to sing, play my guitar, and meet people.
Cindi Stempel: "The supreme happiness of life is the convic-
tion of being loved for yourself or more correctly being
loved in spite of yourself." And to K.F.-always remember
me: T.A.: S.C.: and what went with them.
Sue M. Stukan: Making friends for the world to see, let the
people know you got what you need. With a friend at
hand you will see the light, if your friends are there
everything's alright. Colorado: Karmanghias: beach:
swampwater: T.P.'s: Mobil: green: scuba-faulty top:
Bob Svendsen: Basketball player and member of the B.A.
Bruce Thomas: Success is relative and I have no relatives.
lohn Tricas: Does a bird have wings because it can fly? Or does
a bird fly because it has wings?
Karen Vignati: To my friends, "In the beginning when I didn't
care, like my own reflection you were always there."
Leslie Waitt: CSF Life Member: Honor Roll: "3-R Knights,":
Swim Team Timer: the Beatles: cats: carnations: purple:
Sebastion l. Troll Ill: C.l.: football games: swim meets:
friends: boy watching: yellow Triumph Spitfire with
black interior: and "Being Ridiculous Together!"-
Regina Waldron: "Kindness is the sunshine in which virtue
Mike Waters: "It's the Waters, and a lot more."
Dave Williams: Give me my wings of imagination, and I shall
show you the universe.
Dianne Wilson: G.A.A., Varsity Basketball, Softball, Volleyball:
Honor Roll: Band, 4 years: Golden Lyre Award: Perfect
Attendance, 4 years. Basketball, Baseball: john Wooden:
Music: being outdoors: and friends.
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Severs, Don 188
Sexton, Craig 251
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"Oh, so that is Larry O'Connorl"
That's it, no more.
But ludy, I need the picture today, my Pawprint editors Terry Hall and Sara Schrader.
d adllne was yesterday."
This was our yearbook, Pawprint '75. It's
come a long way from the ninety-six page book
of 1968 and so has the school. The close of
another school year has come. The Seniors of '75
have been ousted by the incoming seniors of '76,
but memories will stay and this is how it was.
Our Freshmen year saw the birth of the
swimming pool, a pool which seemed to take
forever to build. We even got a day off when the
workmen broke the water main. The freshman
Homecoming float that year was one which
probably will not be forgotten, no matter how
hard we try. It's the only float that started out as a
moon and ended up as a scoop of ice cream.
Ours was the last class to ever be subjected to
"Slave Day." This was also the last year that the
boys restroom in building C was in one piece.
As sophomores we were the "Hairest class
ever" and the local barbers and beauty shops will
always think so. This was also the year we played
war games on the quad. The entire campus
looked like World War I France criss-crossed with
"Foxholes" from the broken gas line. Most of us
had running bets on whether or not we would
make it through the day without falling into one
of those trenches. 1972-'73 the year of no heat in
the classrooms, and no hot water in the showers.
Spring came and the ASB convention that lasted
FOREVER. Cold McDonald's hamburgers and
watered down orange drink made it all
lunior year and the class of '75 was in the
dark with daylite savings time in lanuary to
"help" the energy crisis we needed flashlites to
find our first period class. The school was saving
energy, too, no lights!! And what can you say to a
P.E. class playing football in the darktt We were
saved from the Energy Crisis then Watergate. We
bid good-bye to the class of '74.
So there we were, Seniors. The entire school
emersed into a school bond election. The class
went out and showed the community "we
With the overpowering sound of "Beach
Baby" and as we were all "California Dream'in"
1975 was the year of the surfer. The class float
depicted a beach scene complete with sand and
empty beer cans.
All in all the class of '75 is unique. We've
never seen our school in one piece. With the
swimming pool, the gaslines, this year the mar-
que and additions to the school the class of '75
I would like to express my gratitude to the
two responsible for our extensive pictorial 1975
yearbook. A special tribute goes to Larry O'Con-
nor and his studio and ludy Francesconi our
overworked student photographer. Even those
working on the yearbook staff frequently
overlook and neglect to be grateful for the many
hours donated by the photographer, "the real
workhorse" behind the annual. I say thank you
for aiding in the production of this 1975 Pawprint.
K. A. Colell
Changes have been numerous. We said
goodbye to Ms. Padden and Mr. Tapper and we
welcomed Ms. Armstrong and Mr. Benefield,
tBut we said goodbye to him soon afterl and
found sociological significance for Mr. K.
When all is said and done we will miss the
smell of burning trash cans, the games, the quad,
chilli-macaroni, iitterbuggen' with "Snotty Scotty
and the Hankies," the friends, the goodtimes and
the bad times.
Now as editors of Pawprint '75 we would like
to thank O'Connor Brothers Photography, Don
Kille our publishing representative, the ad-
ministration and faculty. Thanks to Mrs. Bran-
ham for her moral GJ support, her sense of
humor and her house on the beach. We are es-
pecially thankful to Mrs. Colell for enduring our
continual harrassment, problems, deadlines, and
Good luck class of '75 you will be
Terry Hall and Sara Schrader
Editor Pawprint '75
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