Newport Harbor High School - Galleon Yearbook (Newport Beach, CA)

 - Class of 1975

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Pictures' can only remind you, of the Fridays when you had a test foreach class. That part-time job that all too soon became full-time. Those freezing football games. Working day by day at rehearsals. The times you went cruising for parties and almost ran over a friend. When it was so hot. You said to your friend, "Let's split and go to the beach." That special date that turned out to be a fiasco. - . When you hobbled around because your feet were so blistered from hiking. Walking along the beach with a special friend The Yearbook can remind you of these things, but only you can add the memories. The following pages have attempted to capture these memories, however the Galleon cannot include everything. The rest of these memories can only come from you. 3 ftu""NY ik ,L 'WI X 45.2. f 'f k - -ff 57571 ills., iff' 1' fgwiffflaaf 'fwmf .. 'si 3- lg T f '4f,?1""'1W'1fE3Eiig:'j ' aaw gf-,, xa- ' : 1 14 , . fx V , Y A, g' ,, i Rx . , , A if - hes! Y-.ni FQ' lf Liv? 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All the rallies, the times he went to Coc0's to avoid those rallies, plays, con- certs, the lunch time activities lcare for a pie?J and of course parties. At times, school can become dull, it can even become boring and the only thing that is on one's mind is to get out. But if a person can become in- volved with the social aspects of high school life, that life can become so much more pleasant. Activities are an integral part of the system, and without them, that system would probably die. l l ' J' 1 4 Z' fl is avail 5-1 A 1 fQff7'5'3'f" l , ., . , s.f,. ,.,, 1 , " '. - " . 'ww' 71 .1 'm ilfflll' 1 -7 "' ' 5 5 all-U "4 " , I , W ,.., ,A !,., ,, Z 'A' 77 3 " f ,gf -- 2:45 ,A f A l 2 . ,.,. .ff 4 rr W . ' ' O ' ' ' 1 . 'J i . ,aw if-0 x .Ni f 1 t! R -. ,V . ,, , ', 1 iz Lx . y - .1 - .Mn X 5 W .. wr X L K J, 1 0.wt'vlY " . : 'f '- 41-fs A ,in gf: li , yin. ,,,,l,.f'f .,'V .Mf',1.'1,A K ,, w . ., . 1 ,- ,,.,.4 Q r 1 Tw 'V k 2 5 -, Q, K v va . .. H 2:12 , . 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Y, - ' , , , F V -, - 5-1-I 1.-..,""' M. - K 1 P- A 'J' 'i' fg., 1 I , . ,,.V 5-qvmgwy-gri, ii "" "1" ' " " ' " ' ' ' A flash. of lightning and a clap of thunder, natural fire works, kicked off the start of Homecoming '74 on November lst. The excit- ing game, against the Fountain Valley Barons, began with a first half totally dominated by the Tars. As the gun sounded indicating the end of the half, tension mounted as the Homecoming Princesses came on to the field. Each girl was chauffered to the home stand in classic cars, the first being Freshman Princess Karen Egan. Second was Sophomore Princess julie Brown and third, Iunior Princess Leslie Scott. Finally, in the last two cars, came 1973 Homecoming Queen Kris Uhler and the three Senior Prin- cesses, Nancy Beckett, Barbara Beek and lan Brousard. And then, the suspense was over. Homecoming Queen Barbara Beek was crowned by ASB President jeff Zigner. Harbor maintained its lead to beat the Barons and left the spectators in good spirits as they readied themselves for the Homecoming Dance, immediately after the game, at the Balboa Pavillion. Every half hour, students could take a ride on the Pavillon Queen while a group called Spring Canyon played into the night. Qi f as rf. Qf' f.s ff ill We .wr M . , -,,.,. .s , 'F T3 ' A 9 . 72.1 V - Wig i .'.M"31.W 'H r , -iw? .11 .Ly-L If 11-3' f' " -so E . . S 5 ra x, V. x e' Vfffz . V V V 1- .A , 5 i, C A a V x-V Q 1 - 1 . i . -nppp cp 1 it ..t A . . I g F Sb 4 J. ,f -if f -. 7 " ff ff ,' J 1' A ' Q f X ,.,f.z- , ,ax uv .. 4-, ,, :,. www- I wk I--" 3 " ' "" 1' i , I7 W' f .1-459:21 " - iff' 41. 515 3. -f"5"1 f -xg 'F f I 1" 0 - A in Q--55-243-1525, ,, u g f . 51 gf-alias!-,,g5 . .,,, ' Pffgknix wN,3.,nr.-' ' '-4. ,','1-.'f- , " ,yu 14 'K . f A , - f 'H 1 -W ,Qi -, df L' L 40, "if-' f QQ" , 1 vid... - f ,. 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IES S CHRI T UPERSTAR lr Jai an - Cast and Ensemble Lauren Mitchell Michael Soto Chris Sippl Amy Lloyd Amy Menkes Dana Van Diver Rick Rodriguez Phillip Phillips lan Kliewer Nova Ball Mike Mann john laenicke Debbi Elias Dana Schirmer Kim Soto Shona Tutt A Lisa Burden Charlie Bill jennifer Carey Sue Deverich julie Dunger Robert Keller Debora Leffler Bob Lloyd Kim McDaniel Amanda Norminton Katherine Perry Deb Petersen Mark Rucker Delicia Sampson Andy Simkins leff S-imich A MID WINTER Q CGNCERT 11 L. sr, G 11,H 3 x .AA , .A xt iv 1fQE i2QpwQe gifQ syQfefEasQQQgf ' ' . Ai 5. v f 931. K in 5 Ai 31-43, " -15 R , X . ,, . . j -1 A EEN? N 52 ' 'Fra -A .,.. ..,,,.... ,, ' ' Ei fi' ' Lu 1 155 Muff- ,V .VA T,V,,,l..f - N , I V H K FB? . T: A - ,W--.J ,L 5,1.:,.',f'-YL-ff", 'L V wg. .wk .. Z, ,, ..., ..L,..-.......,...,.......... , ' L " ' . 1 fiMg?'d3? . ,.j . '- ', j..,,.4,,. . -.mv ,,A, I,-H --.-.1 -5 f .A A W"-gf' . . W , , MLM- ,I I ,vig-2 ' 1 ---gf I r , ,, f V V,1f71g7i I j " - Y ' v f' T? '1 , ' " JL .5 V .. ' 'VS I 1 K , , 115 1, ,I " , Q 1, ' 5' f - h',.-1,1-Lzafja , '- ,. , x.- ' .,, , 3' . lf' f -Vp . g , A 1, 5? S - B - l L DANCE PRODUCTIO 1 fi - ,. ' A V,!..Vi.a45 . Q . Q fa 1 1 V " vw ,nf - v '4. QA, ,,, ,fyar V, ' I VV W IW . ,f fi' .- ., , ' . - ' V' . ' Vs " - 6' 'I' , 'sn ' ' 6 ff A..-TV V ' ,. A, tg-cf, . 3W iMW,,ar ,g .I 379133: is f ' 'K' fl' L u re M ,rv f fn ., I . . .3 Z . , 'LV . V .J V A ,M ., e' N' 4 swf, , ' ' za- - , , ,Qfi L - .. V -. V-'QMZ1 f 'M' , -..,, , V, V V V ' 'qw ..,,,,,,4.W,f-wwf'-gg A jim . . ww 1 " ' f --f 'i4 fj'ifF QA 4V ,.2 The 1975 Dance Production was pre- sented lan. 31st before an audience of some 400 people. Although there was no theme this year, the girls outdid them- selves in dance achievement. 25 Dance numbers were presented with 'I7 num- bers from Dance Prod. Classes and 8 from Advanced Dance. Approximately 130 girls participated to put on a most out- standing dance show. SPRING gg f xg-'4 le "rv"'. 45? .1 Y! ,1 6 ,Q g'u wr! r,w an ,1 A A R S an 1 -Q, - "A ' Q., 44 .Q ,A 1 p. , . if 9 vr- Av n- 'X A, 9 2 'Y 5 W' W 6 iv' ' xi , - -j g Q 1,15 , I A. "' uflyf P . f' - If 2 5-.-I. 1 e H9 ff ,w af 1? E- 1 if i ff Zi ' ,J Q i 1 Ji - . A . 'V "" A " 9' " , ,,., ,W !, W W. . X 0 J ., : ,QQ AA' x l l.. W , f 2" f. 'fx X X 'I X fm 1 X if ug Q . T4!' Y I CONCERT 'i 3 l2'?7Ei wg rl .:. gg? A .ff if aw'- L T2 if ' 1 1 ,V I It I . - - V.. 3 ' s sf. 2' ' z X u ' U' 'Q U' 5 g f f if .l I. fly V ' la? 1 ,,f, V If ILE T RE DI GBRE K Newport Harbor inaugurated a new reading program this year on lf ' February 10th. It took the form of a 24 minute "Silent Reading Break". . -fl During this period, students, faculty and administrative personnel all qu paused in their busy day to silently enjoy reading matter of their own choice. 'wil The idea for the SRB program originated from the Reading journal. Mrs. Werner sought the appropriate approvals. It appeared that every- one responded enthusiastically tothe program. Reading for enjoyment and enrichment rather than for academic reason seemed to be enjoyable to all concerned. Annu V? WZ! A44-A ",. 5 I CIF VERSUS D ILY PILOT TARS - CDM COACHES Massacre IV turned out to be just that with Newport Faculty Coaches demolishing CDM Coaches 59-51. The Tars' stand- outs were: Tim Parcell, who scored 20 pts., Hank Cochrane, who played with a broken finger. Others playing for the Sailors were: Baby Face Bratten, Doyle, Rocky Ford, Tex Blieker, and Bill George. Principal Chuck Godshall had a fantastic game playing for the Daily Pilot, and scoring 2 pts. Unfortunately, the CIF staff won against the DP. elm? -W WI TER DANCE Dancing to the beat of the "Black Watch", strolling the decks of a famous ship, this was the scene of the '75 Winter Dance, held on the Queen Mary, lanuary 24th. Approximately 580 people attended the Dance, which was one of the rnost unusual and exciting of Harbor's dances. W i wgiww 4 .Hwy -9 ,,,.,..5+ . . i v?3'iP,g Y NVYX 'W 4 i.........l .......4. 1 1 I a.-.--.Q L!! ll fi , fini S NIQRS WHO ME? Did you say sour lemon? if W, Play ball! , iw Watch it! That's right Betsy, take a big bite! fiwft I guess l'll let you take my picture. 'i No, seriously, it's a... Oh, that's a shame! V, ll' 1 f,54,1g2:: Q S 5, That's really funny! Don't bother me, I'm thinking. 35 . -l'-3 V" i, J By the cruelly invisible Camera rnan how silently time ran! We cannot climb back, nor can our friends, To that Calm light. The brief film ends. john Updike All Photos by Photography Classes W' yea. .y2:c,z:: "'i4'7'?99f,r. Uri? if , gf r -,ny 'V ' I 1! v ,fiff of 1 .11 fy' . , V isa -,, ,j ,i 4 , A ,J e , A - ' ' fe' ' ' Ez. ff fig? 'f " A , .gf- f 1' i V- Q 1 . 'Y ey, k :. gl - ,X AY gi we . - A .., I x . ,,z. x gf 5 if 5,1 X .'Lg:.l,-1 .1-If g K xx-53 Q 1' ' ' it W ' 2 1 W J , L A y Q A, if K Beauty is eternity gazing at itself ' it I in the morror. ' QQ ns But you are the eternity and the mirror. is I 4 '3 , - tx , , KahiIGibran V H l ww f l IM? This is the passing of all shining things no lingering, no backward wandering be unto us. E.E. Cummings EVENTS OF ' -75 The events which shaped our lives were numerous and often confusing. Many of our prominant political figures fell from power into disgrace or were convicted of various crimes. Inflation spiraled, causing such commodi- ties as sugar to skyrocket in prices. The Arab oil embargo caused oil and gas shortages and the oil companies were hard pressed to supply the nation's main fuel supply. A rash of kidnappings erupted and Patty Hearst despite numerous wild goose chases remained in hiding. ln spite of the violence and disillusionment, America pulled herself together to fight a recession with Gerry Ford at the helm and with Nelson Rockefeller as V.P. With the signing of the tax rebate bill, Americans re- ceived tax cuts to ease financial crisis and the prime rate was lowered to encourage lending power. The l.l.S. treas- ury also released its stockpile of gold into the world's gold market, causing a great controversy. Among the achievements of 74-75 was the record break- ing time spent in space by man in Skylab. The record time was 84 days. Another space project was Pioneer ll which journeyed to the other planets. Secretary of State, Kissinger obtained a peace break- through between the Arabs and lsraelies. Unfortunately, he was unable to procure a lasting treaty and warfare erupted again. This conflict caused the resignation of C-olda Meir and Mosha Dayan. King Faisal was also as- sasinated by his nephew, the reasons at the time of pub- lication were unknown. Many other countries had politi- cal upsets which often resulted in violence. lt is a tribute to America that even though her political leaders were wrong in their judgement concerning domestic affairs, she was able to relieve them of office and select other individuals without violence. 1. jerry Brown, Democratic Governor of Ca. 2. Photo from Pioneer Il from jupiter. 3. Patty Hearst in guise of S.L.A. soldier. 4. Round Gally before destruction. 5. Scene of destruction of Mariner's Mile. 6, Sugar-symbol of inflation. if 4 l l 411, . , ' mfw-zz '- ffizf LEP.. - -..-Qi . QQ 4 is I A Q ,, .,, f ..4-133 1. Gerry Ford, new President of United States. 2. Richard Nixon, resigned Presidency, was granted full pardon by Ford. 3. lohn Mitchell and H.R. Halderman, convicted defendants of Watergate. 4. Nelson Rockefeller, new V.P., chosen by Gerry Ford and approved by Congress. 5. Arafat address- ing the United Nations. 41 IIIINZ ill!!! i ts N ' Active clubs gave a spark to student life at Newport Harbor this year. Interest was aroused in German club when they went to the October fest earlier this year. Latin club had plans for a trip up to San Francisco. The Sailor band held several fund-raising events to aid in their proposed trip to Arizona, Chantelles also were planning a trip out of state, to Hawaii. Key Club with the aid of keyettes was able to pro- mote a march of dime fund raising activity. Girls League, another active club, along with being responsible for the winter dance sold carnations for valentines day. In com- petition with neighboring schools in San Clemente, Kiwanis Bowl made the semi-finals. CSF planned a field trip up to the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History. This year, compared to years past, student's involvement within clubs thrived. 'l. 'Dau Warner and Steve Morhiro discussing the mystery of guppies in spherical bowls V 2. Twoflitlhrzlubberi vigorously arguing over the price ofa chocolate Easter rabbit 42 41. ,ps s -N "Sega-L v:-ff ,l"' -1, 1 I 1. A computer nut concentrating on his computer. 2. Newport's I.D. squad proudly showing Tar spirit. mf' V Q 3. Flotsam and letsam getting their act together for pubh f X , cation. 1 'D ew: if JP V ' ' .M a r - ' , ,,, M 4 ' M " v.:2g:'?z1'f':iQ ,j I A 3 xi . . . . . . 4, V w 4. Pl-ul Kang leading the cheerleadersmtheur routine. ,fi 4'-4. , , A , ' W -W-yvffdif 43 1975 SAILDP IVIARCHING BAND Pictured From Left to Right, Front Row, Mr. England, Robert Nelson, Kathy Alderfer, Steve Lane, jeff Fier, Linda Franklin, Susan England, Second Row, Tim Fier, Eric Boss, Carla Hosmer, Stan Roberts, Mark Convey, Bruce Salvati, joe Cole, jim Pellitier, Connie Bradford, Bob Pelletier, Third Row, Brian England, Bob Schmidt, Doug Hansen, Dudley Pratt, Andrew Camien, Peter Bradstreet, john Burns, Mark Olson, john Corzine, Brent Caldwell, Fourth Row, Mark Rowan, john Torian, Tony LaCombe, Heidi VonSzeliski, Chris Laljer, Ben Shaw, Lesa Harrison, Heath- er Crossen, jay McKarus, Don Holmes, Fifth Row, Keith Kostlan, Doug Prichard, Gregg Linhoff, Diane Smith, Britt Westover, Marty Esslinger, Bill Schwerter, Lance Beau- regard, Lynn Duket, Tim Campbell, Sixth Row, john Di- lullo, Kathy Mclntosh, Brad johnson, Peter Hoffman, Susan Skinner, john Lillycrop, Melinda Stoddard, Cindy Dostal, Tracy Hodgkin, Kathy Dupuy, Seventh Row, judy Ritch, Candy Montgomery, Kathy Kendrick, Barbie Moore, Erin England, Linda Esslinger, Debbie Dunn, Lori Leaverton, Donna Sawyer, Lynn Schoonover, Eighth Row, Vicki Brownell, Susan Parry, joyce jones, Kelly jacobs, Mary Subeasky, Scott Lindsay, Andy Herman, judy Hurley, Barry McVay, jane Stoddard, Ninth Row, Roger Driver, Kurt Apel, David Fier, Nancy Herman, Abra Kaufman, David Mukai, . gr! ' sw 44 dw it 1 ,,.,M, ,fa 13 ,defy D R U IVI IVI A J D Fl Sam Mello tx Pictured From Left to Right, Front Row, Tim Fier, Second 1-1 1 ........,.4..4.a W, 1...,,,-.-ni. ., , ,,, Row, Susan England, jim Pelletier, Mark Rowan, Connie Bradford, Bob Pelletier, Third Row, Stan Roberts, jeff Fier, Keith Kostlan, Joe Cole, Mark Convey, Fourth Row, Bruce Salvati, Robert Nelson, Carla Hosmer, Eric Boss, Gregg Linhoff. PEP BAND Pictured From Left to Right, Front Row, Eric Boss, Second Row, Brent Caldwell, Mark Olson, Peter Bradstreet, Brian England, Third Row, Andy Herman, David Fier, Erin Eng- land, Linda Franklin, Fourth Row, Tim Fier, Susan England, Bruce Salvati, Stan Roberts, Fifth Row, Joe Cole, Connie Bradford, Bob Pelletier. DRCHEST RA Pictured From Left to Right, Front Row, Ken Tellvian, Tab- by Hasin, Gabrielle Heywood, Kristin Hoganson, Pat Dun- can, Tina Cherry, Jeanine Manseur, Valerie Miller, jan Kliewer, Second Row, Lisa Yamaguchi, Charlette Spur- lock, janet Elliot, Liz Kendrick, Barbara Englar, Lisa Pedigo, Susan Takata, Third Row, Peter Bradstreet, Robert Nelson, Linda Franklin, Kathy Dupuy, Ellehart Schafer, Steve Crump, lay Carman, Fourth Row, Mark Convey, Ioe Cole, Jim Pelletier, Mr. England, Bruce Salvati, Susan England, Stan Roberts. 45 FLAG TVVIFILERS . Pictured From Left to Right, loyce McVay, lill Attebery, Laura Kirkpatrick, lean Vinson, Sheree Moritz, Linda Ryan, Vicki Salyer. ID S QUAD Pictured From Left to Right, jennifer Smart, Andy Herman, Katy Barnard, Karen Boyde, Cathy Campbell, Karen Bradford, Linda Allen, Leslie Bowman, Debbie Snyder. ANCH FIETTES D Pictured From Left to Right, Sue Straw, Marcel Riem, Lorrae Gery, - Susan Styll, Renee Power, Wrendi Morris. 46 ADIVIIRAL AND CDNINIDDD RES Pictured From Left to Right, Cindy Collins, Anne Hanley, Diana Wahlstedt, Stacey Bodenhoefer, Heather Oliver. NIA J D R E T T E S Pictured From Left to Right, Sue Perry, and Erin England. HARBOR DRILL TEAIVI Front Row, Diana Wahlstedt, Second Row, Anne Hanley, Stacey Bodenhoefer, Heather Oliver, Cindy Collins, Third Row, Caroline Hirata, Tori Stockham, Cindy Larrick, Sandy Nickerson, Ro- berta Holland, Robin Towne, Fourth Row, Anne Detsch, Sarah Fawcett, Edith Anderson, Wendy Dennis, Ieanine Cozad, Lynn Bowman, Fifth Row, Torrey Morvay, Ellen Brown, Claudia Deni- gan, Lorrae Felde, Kathy Offstein, Sandie Mirata, Sixth Row, Pam Merritt, Leanne Stromgren, jen- nifer Selby, Lisa johnson, Diane McKamey, Susan Shafer, Seventh Row, loni Hutchinson, Anne Allison, Lauri Hanson, Francie Vittrup, Lisa Pedi- go, Teri Felde, Eighth Row, Karen McGillis, Gail Smith, Karen Davis, Beth Murrel, Kay-Lynn lr- vine, Lauri Shulda, Ninth Row, Kathleen DeRuff, Leslie Breckenridge, Suzanne Crane, Robin Broadus. 47 CHANTELLES Pictured From Left to Right, Karen Egan, Kerry Gilbert, Felicia Calle, Patti Cobb, Lauren Mitchell, Monica Old- men, Mrs. Haig, Bev Andrews, Terry-Lynn Williams, Lisa Barkdull, Dee Mickaelaen, Nancy Gray, Lori Bowman. CHDRALLE Pictured From Left to Right, Front Row, Amy Lloyd, Lori Bowman, Kerry Gilbert, Darien jones, Amy Menkes, Lisa Bark- dull, Gloria Feige, Felicia Calle, Michele Price, Nancy Gray, Laura Kirpatrick. Second Row, Lynn Bowman, Ann Detsch, Kathy Noack, Kim Gilbert, Kathy Tucker, Patti Cobb, Lisa Saw- yer, lenny Fletcher, Laura McGregor, Terry-Lynn Williams, Pat Courteau, Monica Oldmen. Back Row, Mark Smith, David McKenny, joe McCarthy, Roger Haskell, Matt Levine, Gary Brooks, Pat McCarthy. - GIRLS CHORUS Pictured From Left to Right, Suzanne Crane, Robin Towne, Roberta Holland, Laurie Butterfield, Marcel Prichard, Nadine Sheps, Linda Robin- son, Marisa Babic, Laura Adams, Kimberlee Dickey, Melinda Myers. DRAIVIA CLUB Pictured From Left to Right, Front Row, Debbie Peterson, Mark Rucker, Chris Sippl, Phil Phillips, Lauren Mitchell, Shona Tutt, Barbara Curtis, Second Row, Susie Coleburn, lune Gorman, Roger Haskel, Sue Deverich, Kathy Perry, Donna Lewis, Amy Lloyd, Third Row, Wendy Bents, Leslie Rucker, Nichole Martin, lennifer Carey, Tony Rambino, LeAnne Killian, Kim Soto, Dana Van Diver, Mike Soto, Leslie Curtis, Debbie Elias, Bob Lloyd, Nova Ball, Blair Gust, Bob Keller, Amanda Normington, Delicia Sampson, Charlie Bill, Fourth Row, Lisa Burden, Andy Simpkins, Sue Kitchens, Gabrial Haywood, Mark Milnik, Debbie Leffler, Amy Menkes, Kathy Nowack, lan Kliewer, Back Row, Ted Barben, Andy Neisser, Kim McDaniel, Richard Rodriquez, Mike McConnel, Keith Wolfe. STAGE CREVV Pictured From Left to Right, Front Row, Debbie Peterson, Mark Rucker, Charlie Bill, Second Row, Nova Ball, Roger Haskell, Bob Keller, Amy Lloyd, jenny Carey, Leslie Curtis, Back Row, Bob Lloyd, Ross Holly, Lauren Mitchell, Mike Connell, Andy Neisser, Sue Kitchens, Chris Coffin, Scott Mullins, Debbie Peoples. i L- , 50 THE SPIAN SDCIET Pictured From Left to Right, Front Row, Debbie Peterson, Mark Rucker, Phil Phillips, Second Row, Amanda Normington, june Gorman, Chris Sippl, not identified, Third Row, Lauren Mitchell, Sue Deverich, Back Row, Bob Lloyd, Mike McConnell, Nova Ball, Andy Neisser, Bob Keller, Sue Kitchens, Dana Van Diver, Richard Rodriguez, Kim Soto, Leslie Rucker, Amy Lloyd, Debbie Elias. , ,,,, , , 51 ff' ' SDNGLEADERS VARSIT CHEERLEADERS Pictured From Left to Right: Front Row, Stacey Kirkpatrick, julie Shoemaker, Lori Hammerslag, julie Comstock, Back W, 'M , , Row, julie Brown, Phil King, Sue Pothoff. ..4 ,f I I Z 1? ll Ill ll Il ll llf IIWI 1 S ,, f,.V Mei Pictured From Left to Right: Front Row, Kathy Troughton, Ann Moon, Nancy Olson, Back Row, Suzanne Aubert, Katie Mulroy, Lynn Wolfe. 52 l l l i l l i t K E V M,,,,,allI JV CHEERLEADERS Pictured From Left to Right: Vicky Vineyard, Erin Mack, Sue Phipps, Gigi Gorman, Ellen Beamish, Dana Duffy. PEP CLUB Pictured From Left to Right: Christy Russo, Kim Daniels, Cindy Harrison, Iill Holcomb, Lily Kuma- moto, loanne Gordon, Wendy Davis, Christy Kirkpatrick, Denise Doering, Kathy Perkal, Sue Phipps, Kathy Horn, Robin Brodus, Kathleen De Ruff, Kathy Kopp, Claudia Denigan, Peggy Troegner,laneWeddington. 53 LATIN CLUB Pictured From Left to Right, Toad Parmentier, Marci Kirschenbaum, Mr. Robinson, Michelle Huhnke, Alli- son Wille, Linda Butterworth. FILIVI SCCIETY Pictured From Left to Right, Holly Tillman, Meghan Miller Jody Black, Cliff Carpenter, Donna Seng, Larry Shapiro, Mr. McGinnis, jeff Simich, Dell Wolfensparger, Tyler Pauley. SCCIAL SCIENCE CLUB Pictured From Left to Right, Lori Reynaldi, Kathy Lecluse, Laura Sell, Steve Lane, Sue Simone, Mr. Moody, Guy Krause, Chuck Roblin. Lf. , . 5 54 ' 2 I K W? ,..!" a ,fr 1 Q if 7? 7, , w , , fu swf? , GIRLS LEAGUE OFFICERS Pictured From Left to Right, Front Row, Kay Sheppard, Laurie Matcha, Tina Smith, Donna Seng, Leslie Bowman, Gayle Kanzler, Back Row, Joyce McVay, Vicki Nixon, Beth Thomas, Cathy Camp- bell, Diane Seng. KEY CLUB Pictured From Left to Right, Front Row, ludy Coombs, Linda Butterworth, Michell Huhnke, Sue Simone, Greg Vaccaro, Bruce Dickenson, Christy Dey, Back Row, jill Richards, jeff Miller, Chris Vaccaro, Phil Simone, Tom Straw, Bettina Bents. GEFIIVIAN CLUB Pictured from Left to Right, Front Row, Tyler Pauley, Monica Oldman, janet Littleton, Steve Morihiro, Back Row, Eddie Breijtfus, Karen Kostlan, Raun Thorp, Milena lirovec, Altan Uykur, Anita Pederson, Mr. Shira. KIVVANIS Pictured From Left to Right, Matt Spangler, Andy Neisser, Bettina Bents Gerry Rosellini, lon Nisbet, Dave Kent, Mrs. Cunningham, Dave Warner Steve Morihiro, lohn Bradstreet, Steve Babb, Matt Schall, Lee Ho, Mr. Mci Ginnis. CSF Pictured From Left to Right, Front Row, Eileen Harrington, Mrs. Cunningham, Steve Morihiro, Lisa Barkdull, Carrie Miller, Allison Wille, Second Row, Greg Vaccaro, Raun Thorp, Andy Neisser, Steve Babb, Back Row, janet Englar, Dave Warner, jerry Rosellini, Linda Butterworth, lane Whitney, Holly Byers, Paula Rosener, Barbara Beek, Linda Franklin, Greg Dawson, Liz MacDonald, Doug Iensen, julie Bernatz, Caroline Sauer, Sylvia Eccles. 56 1 AFS Pictured From Left to Right, Front Row, Gigi Gorman, Not Identified, Anne Hanley, Kathyjagger, Leeann Miller, lulie Howe, Second Row, Not Identified, Raun Thorp, leff Miller, Michelle Howlett, Greg Vaccaro, Not Identified, Linda Butterworth, Flossie Lowry, Back Row, Kathy L'Ecluse, Alton Uykur, Lisa Hinshaw, Tony Alfonso, Toad Parmentier. IVIATH AND CCIVIPUTER SCIENCE CLUB Pictured From Left to Right, Front Row, Lee Ho, Steve Morihiro, lon Nisbet, Rich Yardley, Steve Babb, Second Row, Kim Perry, Kimm Ken nedy, Dave Warner, Rob Yardley, Back Row, Matt Schall, Gerry Rosselini, Matt Spangler. W 5 1 at-5 F ...V . 2- wr A' 'Q '! 'ln ll v,:5e'! N 1 ' ,, ,' Q V Y -5' fg':f", 'Nfl ,M Q ' , . if , ix A la N V1 I bf ' ,,, 57 BEACUN STAFF The smiles on these Beaconeers are well rehearsed, for this is photograph attempt number 36...no, 24...no it's 36. According to Kareem Adbul labbar, The Galleon has "set a standard of ineptitude with their style photog- raphy." As a Galleon photographer tried to find the shutter release, the Beaconeers waited patiently atop the stadium to prove that the Beacon was on top of everything. iHave you ever tried holding a phoney smile for 45 minutes?J. And now for your confusion, a tribute to those seniors making their exit from the staff... jeff Wilkes, our immortal sports page editor, now that this peacock has left we can all take off our dark glasses. Tim Hartman, photographer extraordinaire, who missed the second semester because he had to help his little brother put together a model airplane and cook some English muffins, put some butter on it. . .take a knife out of the drawer. . .stick the knife in the jar of jelly. . .spread it on the muffin. . .put the muffin on the plate... Bill Prichard, who along with having the best looking legs, was responsible for some of the best looking pages in the paper. When asked his feelings about leaving The Beacon, Bill stated "What?" Brad Bauman, who strongly advised us to use more pictures on our pages for an obvious reason: words confuse him. Dave Kupferman, who promises to be a great sports writer, if he can only shake his awe of football players. Van Forsyth, who will probably be the most sorely missed of them all. Our Editor-in-Chief is a very hard worker and a very good writer despite his many faults. However, it is not our purpose at this time to list Van's faults. iWe only have twenty pages alloted to usl. Um! f gl NN 7 Vcc? 'ji jk Oh CQ li 3 :UR CDN GALLEON STAFF if 7 r ' 4 1 .' ' '1'4.,"' A ' A 2 ' as 42 -.tm Q ,W I ,ff ' :JP F4 F' A 'Ti ' fam f P M-W 'T A . "2 t A f A " A A ' f' ,F sf' A ' lf- if 3 'f 5 . ,A A . , "1 I 1 A3"7f, f - VVLE' , F, 2 'VI if We-Ln M -A 7 1 1 A fm 1 A! r A ' l 'P ,' 7 4' l RT L. P if is 2 ff' ,ffl ,t .219 i ' A iwi ,:- ' -1:55, Y lf! y l A I rl , l ima H ff 1 f 2-ll.: AA :vi if V02 fi? 1 fpfrfi f ,zen 2 ,,gf5ivffV1f'fi?Qf',5"iAff'f"7f,':A2f A, Z g A THE STAFF Advisor Mrs. Rosemarie Schnuerer Editor-in-chief Bettina Bents Section Editor, Opening Section Editor, Activities Section Editor, Clubs, Organizations Section Editor, Boy's Sports Section Editor, Girls Sports Section Editor, Faculty Section Co-Editors, Faculty Section Co-Editors, Seniors Section Co-Editors, Underclassmen Printing Staff Workers Bettina Bents Bettina Bents julie Oberg jill Richards Marcie Kirschenbaum Bettina Bents, David Fletcher julie Oberg, Kathy L'Ecluse Bettina Bents Gary Gick, Bettina Bents Gary Gick, Barbie Skinner Shelly Craighill Michelle Huhnke Erin Hazlett Debbie Trapp Martha Parmentier jim Lynn, john Bradstreet Greg Vaccaro Phillip Simone jan Irvine, Ted Peukert Greg Linhoff We the glorious Galleon Staff, in order to form a more perfect Yearbook, establish justice CHa-Hall, insure domestic tranquility on this campus ljokelj, provide for our com- mon defense tWhat Defense?j, promote the general welfare of the Student Body of N.H.H.S. and secure the grandiose yearbook, do humbly submit this chronicle of blood, sweat and tears KNO lesslj to ourselves and our prosperity. Respectively Yours, The Glorious Galleon Staff Pictured from Left to Right, in Upper Photo, Marcie Kirschenbaum, Gary Gick, Greg Vac- caro, Phil Simone, jill Richards, The lllustrious Bettina Bents, Kathy L'Ecluse, jim Lynn, Michelle Huhnke, Erin Hazzlett, Shelly Craig- hill, Frau Schnuerer. Our thanks to the following people who have made this book possible: Bob and Beverly Walker for their excellent photography and on-time printing, Steve jonas and jim Will- iams for the sports photography, Kerry O'Reilly for his tennis photos, Kim Gilbert for her j.C. Superstar photos, Matt, Kim, Dave, and Tom for their help as referees. 59 FOREIGN This year Newport has had the opportunity of hosting four students from South Africa, Spain, Turkey, and Sweden. Three students, Flossie, Toni, and Altan were able to come to America under the auspices of America Field Service. AFS is a non-profit organization that allows students from foreign countries to live in an American home and to at- tend high school for one year. To complete the change, American students are selected to go abroad to live with foreign families for a year or a summer. AFS is also made up of thousands of people who never will go beyond their country's borders. They are the adults and students interviewing and selecting possible candidates and matching homes with exchange students. They are the families who offer their homes and hearts to the students. And most important of all are the high school students and clubs that find an interest in the exchange students. They offer help, love, and a new way of life. An AFS experience is one that can never be forgotten. The AFS year is one filled with love and understanding where friendships will last forever. llvlmnmaum-144 maamwwum .su rm., STUDENTS 1 i, lf f VA TMMJMWJZ Thomas Norlander a . i , ,F 4 5 . Flossie Lowry Galleon How are our schools different from schools in Sweden? Thomas There's more freedom and a better choice of classes. Galleon Have you been anywhere else in the U.S.? Th0m35 Yes, l have been to Washington D.C. Gagnon Do you think parents are more strict here or in Sweden? 50 Thomas They are more strict in Sweden. ., In Q' -Q.. t V, . --,df .. .. . X . . ww H . ,- v . .A-H?" Q Toni Alfonso "I am Altan Uykur, from Korya, a big city and province in central Turkey, of which my father is vice-governor. However, I am actual- ly from Izmir, the second biggest city in Turkey. I have three broth- ers and my mother is a housewife. I have been here since August, and I of course have found America very different, from school to social life, from food to sport. We have a great big formality at our schools regarding clothing and our behavior toward the teachers. Every day, we boys put on a jack- et and tie, and the girls put on uniforms. In school we don't have as many sports or social activities as you do. Besides we cannot choose our classes, we should follow a compulsory weekly schedule which contains at least 'I'I subjects. School is five days a week like here. So it's natural to like the kind of schools you have, for the great freedom and vivacity they have. I am having an amazingly happy timeinthis fine school." ,Z Altan Uykur Galleon Flossie Galleon Flossie Galleon Was your school different from here? I went to a private school. I had to wear a uniform and in addition there was a lot more work. What are some different ex- periences you have had since coming here? There is no T.V. It was neat coming here and watching all the T.V. programs. I went ski- ing and saw snow for the first time. There is no snow in South Afri- ca, right now I'm staying with the Hinshaw's. Do you like America? It's not all that different, but the people have really been fini My name is juan Antonio Alfonso y Mory, or Toni, if you want to make it shorter. Being in this page, there is no way to hide that I was an A.F.S.'er, and I really enjoyed being one. Well, they asked me to write some lines about my year in Newport. I don't know what else can I say, except that I had the best of the times. During my stay I met a bunch of the greatest peo- ple ofthe world, people from whom I learned alot of things. One of the first things I learned was to answer a certain number of questions. Q. Is the school harder than in Spain? A. No, a lot easier. Don't you know that we are smarter? Q. Hey, a blonde Spaniard! A. Strange, isn't it? We are one of the endangered species! Q. What do you speak in Spain? A. Chinese, of course! Q. What do you think of the Californian girls? A. -ICensoredJ Well, if any of you, dear readers, who have read until this point, which can prove either you have a real interest or that you are a masochist, have any further questions, please don't hesitate, I'll be waiting for you in San Se- b t' . . HSIHI1 Tom. Boy s Sports in 1974-75 had one of it s best years ever It the end of the third quarter Football started off with the best season ever ln the hlstory of Harbor It went on ln the C I F play-offs to the quarter finals but then lost to West Torrance to end a great season with a 10-2 record Water polo also llved up to expectations by going through C l F to the flnals The game was played In East Los Angeles which was klnd of unusual since Newport played lt's cross- town rival Corona del Mar for the champlonshlp Unfor tunately CdM won in a hard fought battle -A new sport was added to the C.I.F. currlculum ln the form of soccer. With a new coach, Alfredo Moran, the soccer team went on to an almost undefeated season but due to a mlx-up In the records of two players eight games had to be forfeited and soccer was unable to go to C.l.F. Two sports were added to the boy's sports section this year: salllng and surfing. Although these are not sanctioned by C.l.F. the Galleon felt that these fast-growing and popular sports should be covered ln thls year's yearbook. was on lt's way to another all-sports trophy for 1974-75 vrlth i ' I I 1 I 1 l I I I - 1 W - W - ! l 0 . if 1 ' 9 Q "1-was 1 , ' W. 1 1 4, C Q , 1 f Q' 'L 1-' W f ' 4 1 W . ,., s " .. Q 1 - M, ' kl.xfA. .,,.,"',j "fx .H f'.,Y..' 'o N fy '5g?Q niyfsvfiii, I d A Rx " 'i A, I mvf- ' f -V M I ry ' I i ff 1 , 1 'ffl - fin, :eh . . uv, 1 . 1 . .- V YV x f - 1 1 .V ' ' Af' wr- 77,1 I. " ,fljii ' -4 f'L-H?7,f'.fw4'LrL-ffl , "'2i:f2 V ' f I . . . 1 4 W ' f gg :Q 1:-.Qegfzy ' "-ul I ' ' "JW " j W, j J We- .f . Q ' ' I 'Af' Siifw' 11" 4'-3' 'Y - 'L'.?"f' " ' ' " ' J - If ' in ' 2, ,X 1: 5 , ,I fa . -. . "FV fi: -'-"fit J- ' TC" 'I 4 ' ' . I W ' A., U . V. iff-:T-. ga ..,.4:VY'di ' an 1 AJ if ,gb 1 K 1 if Z ., U ..- , V WI- 10 .f --.-!.:.-'-,Md 'fp' ,- 1 41", ' 3,355.15 . , ' x ' ,f . .V , - cf . E ,fm 1, ," . A ' ,:' , . .,.f. I 95 q,U,,Q,.w1,...,f.M I XL X, ,M -2 t " 'Q . ,, if iv . F. 6. I ' ' A . - ' ww .ip 2, .Y . , A 4 LL I wf X A A 5 QM 1 y, 4 . Z A! J i 'f f ' 4 5 Wm..- M - Q W H +.MQfg:' I ' .i'jg,.:1,,.,,f.,,,,, ...' VM-fb 12251 u l u l w TAR MACHINE FC Extreme effort, skill and a little bit of luck was on Newport's Varsity football team as they forged their way through to the third round of CIF playoffs. Westminster's defeat by Edison put the Newport team number one in the Sunset League with an 8-0-1 overall record. This was just the beginning as Newport pushed on, forcing their way far into CIF, going the farthest ever in the football history of Newport Harbor. After an easy victory over Long Beach Poly, 25-14, Newport went on to play Pioneer, who, by a forced forfeit, took the game away from St. Paul. Newport shutout the Pioneer Titans, 37-0. The Tar Machine was next to meet up with the West Torrence Warriors. However, due to injuries to the Newport team, the Warriors defeated Newport 24-0. OQLI4 Q? sw x X RGES INTO CIF 'fur - : J , ' ,ff . 114 fu .W . . --f--- .. H '- - ' .5 r-if-2, ,V ' wir. ,,fg,3b.' M, " , il if.-fs thlzatf-Q fi mag. tw i f an. ' V, ' f. "X" 'N " '-ff! .f ' A., , , 'Q l A ' , f ' , 3 bw.. V. . ..f- .. .Y .fag ml, .M xg --' 5 at "" f'-5-" ifff"'3' L ' 91 ..:EQ?1'7'g.. 'Q 'll i ff 3 1 P ,, l ' ,xx 4,9 .gy 4 Brian Theriot carries the ball. Gordon Adams runs into trouble. Newport's got the ball. Art Sorce kicks another. Ready for the snap. Vin Mulroy runs with the ball. Victory!! Dave Kent Coaches Tex Bleiker, Fred Peterso l'd hate to be on the bottom! '43 f . n, Dave Perkins, Tim Parsel 65 FO0TBALL The 1974 football season opened with a new coach head- ing the Tar Machine - Bill Pizzica. Although this was his first year coaching varsity football, he had previously coached the wrestling team. Whatever his past back- ground was, he had a successful year and led the Tars onto an outright Sunset League championship. Newport Harbor had six returning starters on offense from last year, perhaps the fastest backs in the school's history and clearly the best receivers ever. At quarterback this year was Crordon Adams C6-1, 170 jr.l. Guard Marc Wil- sey C5-5, 160 sr.J and tackle Bucko Shaw Q5-10, 180 sr.J were back from last year's offense. Running backs and receivers were the high points in Newport's attack start- ing with tailback Brian Theriot, a 9.9 sprinter and the ClF 440 champ. Theriot 66-0, 175 sr.l went on offense only, as did junior Dan Christy C5-10, 1853. Vin Mulroy K6-0, 185 sr.J, Newport's All-CIF 4-A first team selection for last year, at split end, returned to the fold and gave New- port a devastating aerial attack. He runs the 40 in 4.5 and has super hands. The kicking game? Newport had that too, with Art Sorce, one of four Orange Coast All- CIF 4-A players this year, being a threat from 40 yards out. However, if it wasn't for the combined team efforts, New- port never would have made its current gridiron history. 9' 5' -1057 :ww A.. H-en..1 N- Mmm I ! Y P 'V 1 v ff f- -K -1, --fi'-f...-1 f 'I ll Mr 4 W C -00 5 . ., , 'I Z ' ' l I .LJ 1, M ' r V . .. OPPONENT 17 Fullerton T6 6 Corona del Mar 7 21 Westminster 'l7 16 Edison 17 10 Los Alamitos 24 6 Marina 41 28 Fountain Valley 21 14 Loara 19 7 Western 25 14 'Long Beach Poly 37 0 'Pioneer 0 24 'West Torrance " CIF playoffs , Y' I hi Front Row: Steve Richardson, Bob Hanke, Marc Lazzara, Bryant Humann, Brian Whitford, Ed Morse, jim Popov, Paul Col- lins, Art Sorce, Dave Helfrich, Bucko Shaw, Tom Bazacas Row Two: john Phipps, Kurt Clarke, Marc Wilsey, Rick john, jeff Starr, john Nichols, jeff Weiss, Paul Delancellotti, jim Helfrich, Dave Simmons, Phil West, Dale Saunders Row Three: Tom Hawkins, Steve Bruno, jeff Wilkes, Brian Theriot, Dan Christy, Bill Hanley, Scott Reid, Kevin Lindsay, Dan Strajna, Charles U the rove, Brett Hallock, Craig Moon, Pete McCowen Row Four: PhilTupy, Chuck Bullington,Rich Harrison, Vin Mulroy, P S Gordon Adams, Steve Foley, David Kent, Kerry Duke, Mark Steverson, Ron Lamerton, joe Castorena 5- BE 71 je 5321, i, 67? ,ig ju . S0 ,. 543580 14 4:,B3:164,f 55 IFEZ4 , ,7 ,, y ,J y , 5 S4 My , sg .M 52 5 45 40 9335 27 y if 72 '- 68 f, B5 sf fsjy N5 l ' if , ., f. .L 4-.f .vr, a, , f e'f5:,f V .+2--' ' " GJ , 1 iL,g1.. g: : . lf.-Asif ' K 'S if 1'-'2,QyZl5 eg 1' 7 321-51" -'a41A'?'?'?7jfgyj53,f1'Qi2i",L?.,' 'A7'f:-of 1'-V,-4 V' ' : '1..-,'4.Q,f ' 'lmw ,," ZLS:,.2:QQ:?f 1 N- df' 41. 1. Gordon Adams in action 2. Tar Machine makes plans 3. On the center line 4, Brian Theriot dives 5. Brett Hallock 6. Vin Mul- roy catches another 7. Sunset League Coach of the Year, Mr, BillPizzica 67 lunior Varsity Opponent 0 Fullerton 7 Westminster 16 Edison 7 Los Alamitos 0 Marina 0 Fountain Valley 0 Loara 0 Western Newport's got spirit Scramble! Newport has the ball Marc Wilsey looks unamused Tom Mockett and Al Vom Steeg Dan Christy and jeff Weiss lNo. 263 not I Qi. , ,4 X' . A, .. .44 Ep "Vu ., -L. .Law .sex 2: .- V-if? gf- - ..':'-v3,?wfS ffJ,:'rJ'i,, 1 ' -- J Thang IK, 1 ' 4 5 sf. -,s sf:- Front Row: jim Tessers, joe Meader, jim Landrigan, Mike Peterson, Fred Mack, Scott Mitchell, George West, Eric Smith, Matt Kawamura, Chuck Massingal, Chuck Shepardson Row Two: Tim Pfeiler, Bob Schmidt, Scott Perry, Dave Voboril, Sean Prizeman, jim Milligan, Craig Unger, joey Balough, Rick Murray, Brad Drage, jim Hanke, Mike Mello, Owen Frost Row Three: Coach Peterson, Coach Bleiker, Mark Trapp, Bill Pizzica, Randy Hailey, Doug Gotfried, Mike Spraitz, Al Vom Steeg, Greg Steverson, Bob Thagard, Emmett Conrecode, Matt Dickey, Tom Macpherson, Coach Parsel Row Four: Dale Stewart, Chip Butera, Rick Clark, Roy Ray, Dee Ward, Tom Mockett, Mike Hoose, Dave Roum, Rod Blanton, Warren Bradley, Mike Weller, Mark Dellan- celloti, Coach Perkins SOPH FROSH NH Opponent NH 0 Fullerton 60 0 0 Corona del Mar 28 6 33 Westminster 32 8 6 Edison 34 0 12 Los Alamitos 14 6 0 Marina 14 6 21 Fountain Valley 6 40 'I2 Loara 30 6 0 Western 38 0 Opponent Fullerton Corona del Mar Westminster Edison Sunny Hills Marina Fountain Valley Westminster North Torrance Row Three: David Levy, Marco Fatuzzo, Don Burns, Mark Voboril, john Matterson, David Sturgis, Laurence Higby, joel Reid, Guy Graham, David Berman, Troy Trimble, Kevin jarvis, Tim Hanley. Row Two: Coach McGee, jeff Bitetti, Steve Bullington, Doug Brockmeyer, Bill Dutton, joe Harrington, Frank Venclik, Steve Dawson, Gary Hooper, jeff Ashton, Mike Adamo, Dave Clark, Sterrett Metheny, Front Row: Bryan Thomberg, Kirk Elliot, Bob Brown, Harry Massingale, Don Barker, Craig Lyons, Mike Durio, jack Manciet, Paul Helfrich, Mike Wandrocke, jeff Nelson, Greg Shaver tManagerJ 69 CRDSS Striving for its first league victory, New- port's Cross Country team did not quite reach its goals. Newport's squad this sea- son had three returning varsity letterman, seniors jeff King, Ben Roberts, and Dave Fabian. Also running on the team were juniors Doug Patton, Don Patton, Gary Ertz, and Don Fukumoto, and sopho- mores Mark Allione and Phil Lawrence. Newport has not won in league com- petition, but the Tar roadrunners have lost many meets by only a few points. An example was their only loss to Los Alamitos by a score of 27-28 Clow score winsl. Newport's strength this year seemed to be at the bottom as the Frosh-Soph team came in second at the UCI Invitational, October 19. Coach Donald stated, "I'm looking forward to seeing these fine sophomore and freshman runners become varsity athletes in the next couple of years at Harbor." 1. Gentlemen, start your ...two mile run! 2. Mark Allione and Mike Arrigo comin' round the bend. 3, Gary Ertz nears the finishrline. 4. jeff King strives for victory. 5. Don Patton in slight agony. A 'g,,f4.,W,.,. 'w.x,,.f'gffw 'wr 3, if I ,, 5 , f - ' 1 'gw,fZ5,,WW:VMMW,,p ff: 5 44.7 . ..,, !'Z.iL,' 'i .3 ., If gf 253, . mm 4 'i ' b 'W' , w Q" 4' ' Ha-7 , . ., . f f l ?" ' or . .1 ff " 1 V M' " ' 4 H t"- ..12.' Z':m"" 1' Z r z I M' fr, . v-up 4 ,,,,, fb' I. r l 1 - Q01 in H A 4- A . A, , ' 1 uh- ' r, : - .. - Q '14 L 4 . ,jf I , .W 1 Q, -un, U fr, 1 ,f A ' f ,wi,"" 'r 5 1 fi- q , ' , , .2-. ,, . , ' Q 9 ,y A if , ,, -' . . 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FROSH-SOPH NH won by forfeit NH 43 Westminster 15 NH 47 Edison 16 NH 44 Los Alamitos 18 NH 50 Marina 'l5 NH 25 Fountain Valley 30 NH 22 Loara 35 Front Row: Kerry Hirahara, Della Robertson, Dave Fier, Blain Skinner, Tim Fier, Ioe Conk, Tim Campbell, Matt Durio, Gary Parker. Back Row-Nick Madi- gan, Kit Gobel, Bruce Wyman, Dave Davies, Phil Lowance, joe Newkirk, Mark Rowan. WATER POL0 In what has become a Newport tra- dition, coach Bill Barnett led his Tars to their 8th straight Sunset League ti- tle, and an unprecidented 25-2 season. Newport started off the season by de- feating last year's CIF champions, Sun- ny Hills, with a convincing 23-15. Then, under goalie Bill Prichard's directions, the Tars swam away with first place in both the Corana del Mar and Anaheim Varsity tournaments. In Sunset League competition, New- port completed the season with its usual 7-0 record which included a 23-1 slaughter over Los Alamitos, and an 8-4 defeat over Fountain Valley. In a very difficult non-league season, the Tars defeated powerful La Puente in a lopsided 24-1 victory. Then they surged on to defeat some of the tough- est teams in Southern California. New- port lost their only game in regular season play with a 5 to 6 loss against Sunny Hills. In their game, Newport was unable to contain Sunny Hills dur- ing the last quarter. In CIF competition, Newport first breezed past Foothill with early scores by Robertson and Elder. In their next game, Wilson was left behind with a 14-9 score. Frank Anderson scored 7 goals and Mitch White drilled in 3 more. Downey proved to be tough competitiors for Barnett's Tars but Newport squeaked by, 12-11. In CIF finals, the Tars went up against our cross-bay rivals, Corona del Mar. How- ever, due to a lack of team support and a conflict in rooter bus schedules, Newport lost. Coach Bill Barnett be- came somewhat enraged over the fact that "King Football" dominated the sports scene for that night. Both CIF games were scheduled "away" and only rooter buses were provided for the football game. Corona del Mar didn't help the situation by playing in East Los Angeles College's tank, in- stead of Newport's, but they feared that we'd have home pool advantage. Whatever the circumstances, Newport had a very successful waterpolo ca- reer this year. It was a job well done by all. fi: '1- ff 4.4.4, -A am. -1 Ma' .1 Mbgw fx 2' 1... L 4"""'8'-i1ua..a.,, . 4 all .IZ- 2 I - 'if 2 ll ,TA 5 it ! A-1k.an...e.mdpQ'-A.. se... ...a,w'f' '-,nw fa . .. -32 M... 4- Whig yd: , ' ' 4 ' Z . A +5 ,., L fi D -H A gh, 5..- - .4511 I, a lum . 1 ,, 4 . A 1 -if ""f517X , 'H x' Ar , ' W. -V ..,- ,H ' W " A are '-rf' 'Q' 4. if-1. ,,.. . -L . l 1. Coach Barnett plans strategy with Frank Anderson and Brian Lippold. 2. Coach Barnett cools off during a close game. 3. Newport shoots for a goal as the sun sets. 4. Frank Anderson shoots for a goal as Greg Fults and Kevin Robertson watch. 5. Frank Anderson fights off an opponent. 6. Randy Parole blocks a shot. 7. Bill Pritchard blocks a goal. af 2,- ,-'VV fr-Y3"""' I waste' pf! ly QPQ, Xkw r A lx 'Wh-v 3-eb H'-Q 4ar""'59h, Vt... -emu .p 1 Sideline coaching from Gordon McDougal 2 Kevln Robertson shoots 3 Eric Elder shoots for a goal 4 Score' 5 jeff Stevens and Errc Holsmger 6 Coach Barnett confers wrth team 'Xe . f Y M, , g ,ML is ' 1 -V - . w .1 , .1 51, - -fm.. - Q. : fl 7', .'- ' V .' ' , X , ' '1 f ' , 11 -fy . - - .... . A ', ,,, 1 1 -' ' N v-'S-,, . ,.-.:- ' rf, 1" , X--9X...x,P' d- .A-.4 ve' U f A ., - . ff, ,, 1 - - . 5 , - ' , V V., YJ- X Q' Q H ,-f j.,kv A .. i,3...,g, --1-fn Q., .p 141 - e, 'yg..,,k ff, - ' .ifw V rj" f . 1. . ' - ' ,. ' ,--fx .ILL "1 ,A 1' V . 1-cz -. I , I fro' ' 'lf X ' 'Tv v 7 . Wye ,.-'. jill? :J 2 A H I . -' . -V ,sa , 1 S . -. ,, . . , ,- ,,a.., . A,- " Y .. . 5, g, , . 4' "' V I' Varsity NH Opponent 23 15 Sunny Hills 14 1 Costa Mesa 12 1 Foothill 17 1 California 16 3 Anaheim 15 4 Upland 3 6 Corona del Mar 17 2 Santa Monica 11 2 Costa Mesa 19 4 Downey 7 2 Sunny Hills 15 2 Westminster 23 1 Edison 24 1 'F Anaheim 15 3 Los Alamitos 20 1 La Puente 17 2 Marina 14 5 Lakewood 5 4 Fountain Valley 15 7 Downey 27 0 l.O3ra 5 5 Sunny Hills W f ' ' ' ' 19 3 Western Front Row: Mitch Gray, Bob Iverson, Brian Lippold, Dan Lumas, Bill Prichard. 2nd Row: lohn De- ,IZ 3 Fvczycifslgll brott, jeff Stevens, jeff Demott, Eric Elder, Kevin Robertson. Back Row: Frank Anderson, Ted Mc- 12 .H Downey Ginley, Mitch White, Mike johnson, George Newland. 5 6 Corona delN1ar IV NH Opponent 21 18 Mira Costa 9 3 Costa Mesa 17 0 Foothill 4 3 Sunny Hills 19 0 Westminster 12 2 Wilson 8 5 Foothill 8 1 Lakewood 24 2 Edison 14 3 Anaheim 6 3 Los Alamitos 10 2 La Puente 16 2 Marina 5 3 Lakewood 10 4 Fountain Valley 7 5 Downey 20 2 Loara 2 4 Sunny Hills Frosh-Soph NH Opponent 10 13 Costa Mesa 5 2 Wilson 3 4 Foothill 10 4 Lakewood 9 3 Los Alamitos 4 3 Wittier 9 11 Sunny Hills 7 1 Westminster 12 4 Edison 17 1 Anaheim 7 3 Los Alimitos 13 2 La Puente 12 1 Marina 7 1 Lakewood 10 3 Fountain Valley 4 7 Downey 6 10 Sunny Hills 22 3 Western Front Row: Randy Hatfield, Mike Fedorchek, Bill Mortin, Mark Kimes. Back Row: Curt Aaneson, Mark Buchanan, Gordon McDougal, Doug Mader. if ii W H? i 'X i if fi i S E Front Row: john Iverson, Bill Morton, john Vollen, Eugene Veres, Mike Fedorchek, Mark Gau ger, Mark Kimes. Back Row: jeff Young, Cris Forsyth, Tom Myers, joe Beek, Mark Moury, Mar Gauger, Mark Kimes. 75 BASKETBALL Despite a promising preseason, this year's Sailor basketball team, headed by Coach Dale Hagey, failed to live up to expectations. Led by seniors Matt Spangler, Dave Becker and junior Kim Cooke, the Tars fought through a tough season of the Sunset League's top five to finish fourth in the league. M.V.P. Matt Spangler led the Sailors with his fantastic rebounding and was sec- ond behind guard Kim Cooke in total points scored. Other outstanding players were seniors, Dave Seymour and Mark Louvier and junior Marty Feducia. Their accurate shooting greatly helped the team effort. Hope for a higher finish came in the sec- ond round Marina game when the Tars led the Vikings in a fast moving contest until the 4 minute mark in the fourth quarter. Then Marina, in a last minute effort, broke open to defeat the Sailors, 59-50, in a de- served Newport victory. ,,, ,,.W..,,,,.,. 'l. Kim Cooke - Ha! Got it in. 2. The Crowds - You! You! You! 3 The tip off 4. Dave Becker Ah, the erfect la - - P Y- up! 5. Yeah, Coach, tell me about it! .4-1 f -, -- ,, ,yr , Y.. K lr ' ,,,.a-f--- ui .f ,., W.. 4 -AJ 1 ggi Yu. 5 . 1 5 . - 3 Q- Q! " 'fe Q wr ... l ,"' F.R. Pat Patrick, Marty Feducia, Dave Becker, Tom Straw B.R. Mgr. Mark Bogan, Tom Walters, Mark Louvier, Matt Spang- ler Dave Seymour Lee Ho Mgr. Rob Bender Q ,- gg 6. Matt Spangler - No. . .Can't have it! 7. Dave Seymour - Lift off 8. Lee Ho - Where is it? Left to Right, Front Row, Chris Shulda, Warren Doody, Ted Mortenson, Ron Craig, Mark Keys, Scott Lohman, Back Row, Coach Smith, Mark Kuehn, Ruff Schwalbe, Rick Pedigo, Bill Wilkenson, Rob Galey, Tyler Regan, Mark Adair Left to Right, Front Row, Mitch Massey, Not Identified, Not Identified, Vern Fansler, Steve Timmons, Mike Tupy, Back Row, Bob Thagard, Not Identified, Dee Ward, Lyn Geronimi, Chris Keys, Dave Bradburne, Coach Bill George lc Alphabetical Order, Dave Altman, Pat Baker, Iohn Dalbey, jeff Dugan, Brian Maravich, Paul Marshall, Rob Pettingill, Ron Pierotti, Richard Putman, Ron Schwalbe, Steve Smith, Dan Stekol, Coach Manley Feducia 1, Mark Louvier-Easy sinker. 2. Marty Feducia-Definately.Noveryour head. mhiQwQ,h " QQ yQg?gEfii ' 'xy' 3' N3:4f'7fh.' , ,M , ' Q f, , y. ' . -.. ., ff' 4" , , .naar- ,,.'1'Laf5:aw,A. 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CCCER H -1, ..,j-4- . -.- 5 O, f '1 Va,-sity junior Varsity NH Opponent NH Opponent 3 C ' 7 0 Cerritos -I La P65232 3 0 La Puente 3 Garden Grove 2 1 Garden Grove A San Clemente 14 0 San Clemente 4 Westminster 6 0 Westminster 3 Kennedy 2 0 Kennedy 6 Marina 4 nl Marina 1 Huntington Beach 2 0 Huntington Beach -I Saddleback 1 1 Fountain Valley O Edison Tl 3 Saddgfack 0 Westminster :son 3 K d 5 1 Westminster 2 aging 6 0 Kenngdy 3 Huntington Beach 5 1 I Mauna ' - 'ww 3 0 Fountain Valley Q 1 HUnf'nSfOn5d?aCn 5 o Saddleback iso -an ,ag W' Nm ii ,. ... -V P ---- Varsity, Front Row: jeff Walden, jim Popov, Tyrone Blair, john Walden, Ri- IV Front Row: Eric Fordham, Dave Zimmerman, Phil Vass, joel Wandler, Mark Aar cardo Cassilas, Kern Haug, Mike Artiglio Back Row: Coach Alfredo Moran, vold, Blain Skinner. Back Row: Sam Mellow, laime' Paniauga, Dave Callahan Kris Iohn Duley, Ken Parker, Rick Bartels, Doug Ecceles, Craig Smith, Doug Patton, Dunn, Don Patton, Mark Skinner, Bruce Silverman Bery Olgelvie, jack Rainwater 79 i lil C milf!! This year Newport has had a successful Crew team. Due to a lack of other school participation and not being a CIF sanctioned sport, Crew has had to com- bine with Corona del Mar and UCI Crew teams. Head coach Bob Whitford has had four years ex- perience with Crew. Crew has had competition with Berkeley High School, Oakland Rowing Club, and the big competition, the School Boy Western Sprints ' 1 .- af' .Aiea 1 Front Row:lLeft to Right? David Swain, Mic Currey, David Gambel, Chris Lampman, Paul McNally, Doug Carson, Lyle Haskell. Second Row: Brian Whitford, David Mann, David Treat, jeff Elgar, Gus Gillebaard, Brad Sturterant, jack Moore, lon Baldwin, Head Coach Bob Whitford. 3rd Row David Geoggle, Doug Bottorf,1ohn Lord, Tim White, Assistant Coach Tom Wells. 4th Row Kevin Platte, Iohn Nichols, Diana Sturtevant. i' WREST LING The Tars began their wrestling season with an im- pressive showing at the Kennedy Invitational by placing 3rd among the team standings. Dane Muhlig captured the 157 lb. title and was also voted the outstanding wrestler of the tournament. Other place finishers were Wayne Carr 2nd place at 148 lbs., Steve Lovell, 2nd place at 141 lbs., and Don Wright, 2nd place at heavyweight. In dual meet action, Coach Stansbury's wrestlers easily defeated Western 48-13 and Los Alamitos 56- 13. But due to injuries and flu these were the only team wins the Tars had in Sunset League action. ln tournament action the Tars posted a 14th place at one of California's best wrestling tournaments. Nick Kovalenko placed 3rd at 135, Bobby Brown placed 3rd at 123 and Dane Muhlig at 157 won his weight class. Fortunately for next year's team, this year's varsity had quite a few underclassmen. This will help for next year's wrestling season. 1. Steve Lovell squeezes off his opponent. 2. Scott Reid attacks. 3. pin. 5. Dane Muhlig. 6. Steve Lovell fights off an escape. 7. Bruce An Dane Muhlig checks the clock. 4. Scott Reid uses a headlock to get his derson cranks on his opponent for a pin. Varsity NH Opponent 25 Corona del Mar 18 Westminster 18 Edison 56 Los Alamitos 15 Marina 27 Fountain Valley 28 Loara 48 Western l 9,-l,,.. ,,..,,., ,,.,,,, . Front Row: Bill Pizzica, Steve Lovell, Larry Carr, Bobby Brown, Bruce Anderson, Steve Asahino Mark Nusser. Back Row: Don Wright, Scott Reid, Brian Willis, Paul Collins, Dane Muhlig, Wayne Carr, Nick Kovalenko. 1. Steve Lovell always gets his man. 2. Pinned? 3. Bruce Anderson on top of things. 4. Another win for Dane Muhlig. A- H I I-V Front Row: Tony Ranger, Dan Olswang, Don james, Eric Keys Back Row: Eric Boss, Eric Bennett, Steve Bruno, Mike Draganza, jeff Feenstra. Frosh - Soph Front Row: Bill Riley, Jim Beauchamp, Marc Gotuzzo, Don Hanson Back Row: Charlie Massingill, Don Barker, Emmett Conrecod, David Levi. iv. NH Corona del Mar Westminster Edison Los Alamitos Marina Fountain Val. Loara Western 36 Opp 3 54 27 8 33 45 3 Frosh-Soph NH Opp. Corona del Mar 37 18 Westminster 12 44 Edison 18 46 Los Alamitos 30 15 Marina 3 42 Fountain Val. 3 52 Loara 5 57 Western 57 5 WIMMING With an undefeated season in their backpockets, the Newport Harbor Varsity Swim Team sizzled to an unquestionable victory in the Sunset League Championship Meet and earned its second consecutive league title. Phenomenal performances were turned in by juniors john DeBrot, jeff DeMott and George Newland and by sophomores Kevin Robert- son, jeff Stevens and Michael Vellekamp. DeBrott set a school and league record in the 200 freestyle while in the 500 freestyle he broke his own school record. Then DeBrott, jeff DeMott, Kevin Robertson and jeff Stevens teamed up for a school and league record in the 400 freestyle relay. ln the 100 free Newport cashed in on four of the six possible places with DeMott, Stevens, Frank Anderson and Bob Owsley. In the 200 individual medley Newport again went to town with George Newland placing secondg Greg Fults, thirdg and Mike Vellekamp sixth. Kevin Robertson set both school and league records in the 100 butterfly. Continuing the assault were George Newland setting the school and league records in the 100 breaststroke. M ' v , , , . ,V , - 4 yfyx " . A 1 f, X " ' ' .aa . .I . , ' . , A , A . . 13" 4,,..i.2....-L,-,-s-ff ' LW, . ' 'jg-7--.glgfgggijj , 'La'-w:g.3z'a7 'sr' 5.33 .Ja .L 1' ., , ' - f " . ww. fe, it ' ' 'V' 3 lfwf' -A .,-.--.... 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Q -Fi .K v X- "':M-v.k.,..jfw, , L, -- 4 ji 8 85 ix QW 'X Varsity Mira Costa Westminster Edison CdM Newberry Park El Dorado Marina Fountain Valley Loara Western Opp. 52.5 71 67 49 76 74 69 76 41 25.5 NH. 118.5 106 105 116 90 120 100 93 121 97.5 Left to Right, Front Row: Kevin Robertson, Bill Pritchard, jeff DeMott, Mitch White, Brian Lippold Back Row, Eric Elder, Ted McGinley, john DeBrott, Frank Anderson, George Newland l 1 I .I 1 ij s ,K r 4 'Wj K '- 1 lti, , X A lk Left to Right, Front Row, Randy Parole, Eric Holsinger, Ted Tillman, Back Row, jeff Stevens, Mike johnson, Chuck Conway, Doug Mader jV Opp. Westminster 65 Edison 71 CdM 0 Newberry Park B1 El Dorado 117 Marina 24 Fountain Val. 100 Loara 34 Western 25 N.H. 72 61 107 57 77 101 49 103 116 yy? ,g , fn 4 if! i i- H K n' A t-M51' F ' ' Ts'-7 1 ,. . 2lT'.l.-....-J lf 2 4 . 3'-"ss - I . ,vs 'vf ,gl c V 1 , ,sky ,,,g..-.,r ,.., ,A j I ig.4e,..i:ff2.:.i.1 Left to Right, john Dijullo, Stan Roberts, not identified -1 Froshf5oph Opp. NH Westminster 58 82 Edison 19 117 CdM 53 B7 Newberry Park 46 102 El Dorado 67.5 117.5 Marina 36 124 Fountain Valley 32 112 Loara 37 95 Western 21 99 Left to Right, Front Row, Mark Gaugher, john Vollen, Chris Forsyth, Gene Veres, Tom Myers, Middle Row, jeff Young, Mark Mowrey, Ted Tillman, joe Beek, Mike Vallekamp, Back Row, Mark Buchanon, Eric Holsinger, Chuck Conway, Randy Parole, john Iverson + TRACK 51- V n M -,'.., .....,,, "t",' 'T . . ..., ,,,...r, ,.-A 1 1 ,M ff 1,30-gg 1 sz W ' 4 ai ,, . Q, ,7 , , I ' I 'Cgfi . , r iw- Q ff . 4. . , 5 4 f' r ,I 2142 ' 5 YI' 2444 , -A . f-f, . . , , I I . , E, I 0 4 - ' " ' ' jl 4: 1' ' ,. 55- . A Xl 4' 3 , , N 'K , -. . 2, 4 W ' -l? fr, I I ' ' Y ,011 In . 4, . , A . Us ..,,g51'q V wks I if ., ' - v ,'Mfi1'fJf4. . fr' ff" .C ., - v'.. """?' l ', .. l " - V, 1 , "' ".1w'V'ff.,v, ,'H V ,,f.,-M " ,, V ,f .4 If ff, ",',1,.,gL,?f 'i g lf ' 4 'I ' -5 , f- fi " . , 5 My N , f, V. i Wk.,Jv4 . wh. " l 'W' ' . , ' ' " " IM M-M45 EY3 'nrZz.,:Azf , i ' , 144 J" M I Ma., my .40 , QX 2 K' . A -A , ,5 W , ll , , ' Pl 4 iw 1. Giving your all to win. 2. Tom Bazacas goes over the top. 3. Clearing the bar in the high jump. 4. Running is 9006, will- power and 10"!n stamina. 5. Doug Weber is up, up and away. 87 l Almost an unbeatable team this year in track was hoping to gain first in the Sunset League and place high in C.l,F. Southern Section Championship. But unfortunately due to pro- duction deadlines the results of this year's track meets were unavailable. The Tar squad included one defending state champion Dave Kurrasch, two defending C.l.F. champions, Kurrasch and Brian Theriot, and several Sunset League champions. ln the Sunkist Invitational, Theriot, a senior, won the 500 and set a meet record of 58.2 which placed him second on the all time track list. Kurrasch, also a senior, broke the record of graduate Terry Albritton in the shotput with a toss of 64' 'l11!z". The dynamic duo of Kurrasch and Theriot also set records at the Anaheim and San Diego in- door meets. At the Anaheim meet Vin Mulroy and Bryant Humann set marks in the 500 that place them seventh and third respectively in the nation according to "Track and Field News". Kurrasch was also rated by this maga- zine as first in the nation. The Sailors were also lead by Kurk Clarke in the 880, who, at the time of this writing had just broken the two minute barrior and K.C. Connell who broke the school's high jump record with a leap of 6' 61A ". Other highlights were john Phipps, Tom Bazacas and Kevin Lindsey in field events and Don Fukumoto and Matt Dickey in Distance running. 1 XR ' Y E' jr A . " ' " . 1. .--mv...-,-1 ,,-lr--I 'T I V T if in I 1. Winning. 2, Kevin Lindsey throws the discus. 3. Sometimes that bar just won't stay up. 4. Spring is a vital part of the pole vault. 5. Long-distance runner Mark Rowan rests after a hard fought race. , l . te :se ll' 3' 1 " .'x' " 1 5 W A 1 l " V7 ' 1 ' :Y V , .game ff ' AGA Q' f Q 're + l will-wif! 7' ., ' l V ' ' l ,., ,,,ff , g. , 1 ' " Wg u ' V, eV' ' .ir ,gl 2 - ,I " Z" ' it - C R Z l Q I gil. 4 ll , J ' ' x' X I 1 A' ' A F ruin: ' pE'NR ,V' 'V, , Y ' "" ,Q " 1217?-ciJ'1f f a, A ,-f . , , , ,. .,,,, 1 '- -' - ,, V ,, , "ff - f , ., wr' 1 ,g,,,a,..f' ' V, I Front Row, Mike Arrigo, john Phipps, Not Identified, K.C. Connell, Dave Kurrasch, Kurk Clarke, Steve Richard- son, Middle Row, leff Weiss, Bryant Humann, Don Fukumoto, Dave Fier, Gary Ertz, Ron Craig, Steve Schock, Tom Bazacas, Vin Mulroy, Back Row, Doug Eccles, joe Distanislao, Pat Patrick, Not Identified Kevin Lindsey, Tom Walters, Steve Foley, Matt Dickey ,.. 4. f va , , ,L Q Q, at 6 -v "f"' ' "" " 1 ,gi',:-,T.,.f.Lf.L.L:J1JLIiL1+ .,..i, UW A 'WA' A l mm ? in 1 - ,' Q. I I " 115 tif I . f 0 QQ" N f rr-'H-.-.4.,++4..s.H"-'-' .. , - W. eg, .. -, , 'Q ,V ,.. , s ""A""""""-""w....,..t........f.... " I , 1' "" ,. I . ,. ,. ,,.. WHS 1. 41, ,. J 61, V, V Vw, I VV V V , V VSV , V cha., f VKQVVVV W Q ,,V,i, .Z VV' VV A , , V , I 1 1 I V V ,VVV .2 ,. Y fggfzaw, izijggl' ' , 1 if I K Tc' f 1142? 'V ' 1.1: ' ji' 1? ,,gi,f2,fg-ff ii Lf ' K, , e - ii, L7 , ,,,, ye, K I V . V ,. . , -. . 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",,Lf'f24'1fszg4'f q qsfxfwf ' ' -- ,'w0'- ,f 4 'W W, 1 ,w 'f fr "" " ff' M ff 1 f rl ,,,.,,, ., .. ,,,v-'pa V- I - .- ,,, ,fn A, 1 - .,,. - ,,,,.,, 3-,,,, sw,....m,,.:m' ,f nifll .Qff-ay ',.,f'T..-f'TiT71, ff' '- -Iflfffwiffi ,""'7'll1'f'g Front Row, Bruce Wyman, joe Newkirk, Brad Drage, Darrell Durio, Mark Voboril, Bob Custer, Not Identified, Gary Hooper, Sterrett Metheny, Doug Brockmeyer, Bobby Brown, Back Row, Burt Siler, Dave Sturgis, Mark Al- lione, Ralph Westcott, Not Identified, Not Identified, Mark Ashey, Kerry Hirahara, Ioe Conk, Rob Cialey, Chip Butera, Doug Weber, Not Identified, Emmett Conrcode, Scott Ertz, Not Identified, Not Identified. BASEBALL This year's 1975 baseball team is hoped to be one of Harbor's best ever. Thought to be an outside chance team with the loss of two varsity pitchers last year, the Tars have come through with the excellent pitching of senior Cliff Marhoefer and sophomore Randy Hailey. Artie Sorce and Bob Hanley are other outstanding players, providing the batting power which Harbor has lacked for several years. In preseason activity, the Sailors faced a tough schedule with many powerful teams and came out with an impressive 4-'l record. ln the annual Newport Har- bor Tournament, Newport ran away with the championship by defeating Estancia 2-0 and blasting Corona del Mar 6-'l. Other outstanding players for the Sailor baseball team were seniors Kevin Bis- sonnette behind the plate and Rick john at third base. Also adding to the Tars batting machine was senior jeff Starr. Next year's team has something to look forward to with outstanding players as Randy Hailey, a sophomore, and Gary Brahs, a freshman, returning for the Sailors. l - I , . ,. 2' in . , fu . t. , 1 x . , A , , if ' , - L5 mei' fi! gk' .. , M 4 . . , ,n,, Q! P T 'A .. I- . . ,.., , ,. -5T7?i':ulaf:-'1'3is"-?'7,f,- J 'f'f'X-L V if ff ! , H' ' I r - asf?-i--'Liv'w?f1r51-i-"4f':?f an-,g 'fi- " ' ., ".t 1 -.. .afxiff fr . - I .au f-r-Qdfffih-4 fig , ,A A, t Y 1- ff L. .: aiivui 4 ',,. A. r , 4ni I4 - V 'u-. .. -- .- .,.,-fqkr , Af '24 .Van- .. 1, z TL 'A.q'fQ-2,15 1.1.1 -- ,.., f. I .., I " R' is 1' .f ,. '14 1 . air' fl In 7 J . , . L l hz ,fa ff.. M K 'A v. H 1' .. ' ."?4s.Z4i' ' 1 ' 29, V' M -L... V 'r f-1, n 1 ' 73251 1. - v. ,k. , , m.. V' 'A' , .ff 'N A "4 1 s q, ' 5' r-,rw tflmgukapsh-flx.Ai.-77, 1 Jnmnzfzm., 'fm n ,As 1.4 Varsity NH Opp. Rancho Alamitos 3 2 University 4 0 Estancia 7 2 Corona 6 7 Corona del Mar 6 1 Estancia 2 0 Westminster 9 1 Edison 5 4 El Modena 1 3 Los Alamitos 1 3 .Star pitcher senior Cliff Marhoefer. 2. Bunting for a base hit. 3. Kevin Bissonnette. I H, jug. A, wi . 4. Chris Moore rounds third heading for ' home. 5. Bob Hanley hits one as Art Sorce , ,.,,.. 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' gwa. , w.,:1i?ff,f.f,j f'1',,N5' 'gizif'"'3wn1+2iaf.ffft., iff"'.'i1z.,yJ45.z13q, ,f 13,3 1' .2 ,A 7 ,, "f'fH'h?2f1l'l?7fi?b7lF2',2GN A7 'i'Pf16'2'4f ?fggf7f5t,g'1':'4. A5':f4jL2f'z4 ' if- " mf' 'Z' I .. f ha M- ' aff. Ai,-zW?ff1Zwz.f2Z5m JV r ' Front Row, not identified, Dwain Pautsch, Kevin Bissonnette, Rick Dostal, Cliff Marhoefer, Bruce Dickinson, Craig Smith, Rick joke, jeff Starr, Lori Hammerslag, Back Row, Coach Mike Gray, julie Comstock, Larry Calderon, Gary Brahs, Doug Kanen, Art Sorce, Bob Hanley, Randy Hailey, Chris Moore, Doug Eccles, Coach Andy Smith ...ng ya I 2 is . 2 . M.li?.L sam..-4 1 -fo. . ' f . A , 6, 91 f - . , . . . -- ,. tr if , A Q 1 . ' ff N . 'Quilt' 4 -,gn 5 -, b X79 1 Vs - 4 . - .- f I ,, , x ., . , , 5, 4 O J ',J: v ,V . 'V ' ,. I I h .3 -,uf vi 5 a.r'kA nw ,Q . l ' ' ' I ,L 0 ,117 0 g. , Q "' ,- . . vi' l ,' 1 ,V I I , '37, B ..., Q , A 1, V , fs.. A , .X ...ity A .,:J1- ,M 1 - . ,I V' ,U ... se , x N . 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Alphabetically: Gordon Barr, Mitch Braman, Steve Bullington, Tony Cuomo,1ohn Galder- man, Mark Harris, Ken Hirahara, Mike Hogan, Todd Kanen, jim Landrigan, Bob Miller, jeff Nelson, laime Paniagua, Tim Pfeiler, leff Piaskowki, Brad Smith, Lew Snyder, john Walden, Mgr. jeff Car licks. 1.V. Rancho Alamitos University Estancia Corona Corona del Mar Westminster Edison El Modena Los Alamitos Costa Mesa OPP 3 5 2 2 2 0 O 'l'l 3 10 Frosh-Soph Rancho Alamitos University Estancia Corona Corona del Mar Westminster Edison El Modena Los Alamitos University Opp. 9 6 3 6 3 9 8 4 1 'l 1,-,u,sa5mg .,,..v.,,puJgxf-ff . 1 V as S1 iw- , , ., . , . a ., we-1-. g s,:3-.:1r- -5:--,Vs 1.1. - ,.flgym,v,VV.egc-5,-u'gV:"tga?L,.",:N-ft,-c.-.Q Va 1: V s' ' I-,v---7-soV:-1?lffz'V::zffi?3'?l,Vxfs-.2-21 . 'Y' W ,Q 5 1' ',:,.f,,Vft1qrV,',:g,,,' .t Vs- f,:.,.,V,:.V3::4 -.i -gffvs-Vffrf. fVv:'q-.tzarf-9 .. Vs.:-if - :- t-VV' Y, am-A+:-1.f --Ny.. , M gf,-vw ,w -V A Y: . 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V. - J .ru ,I vw' Left to Right Front Row not ldentlfled not ldemlfled Greg Kelly Wall Cahrll Back Row Mark Louvler Tom Straw Mike Blanchard Tum McClary Coach Ron Coon Not Pictured Dan Do ne 'mfdwf af ""'W'.i,, ---. 5,54 Left to Right From Row not rdentufled Bunker Hull lohn Duley Tye Eggleston Back Row Coach Ron Coon Paul Barrett Kerry Carpenter not ldentxfxed Brad Newel notldentrfned QM! K .Y Z i M-an' f V . 1' - 'E W it , Vw-.ft Q 1 ".' , I 4 3 it Q.. 1 .' -f 1 - ', w jf' , , -- Q , 5 5 2 E , , I , ,,,, , , , , I a 1 , I D l . Ein "E" f A U , F f "" ...M . by , 2 , H , M , V V75 "'7?f'w:?,, X ig , I r-W-r-- , a r l 4 A , , ,, Z L, 'CH' 'I 0 , ,, A - , , we Wifi? W 'Aw 7 4' r , w "L ss: E fi ' ,::1' V, TENNIS This year's tennis team was on its way again to another successful season. In preseason activity the Tars won all their matches ex- cept two, losing by a half point to defending C.l.F. champions Palos Verdes and by one point to powerful Rolling Hills who were strengthened by a junior Davis Cup player. At the time of this printing, the Sailors had won all the league matches they had played, a feat they have kept up for the past eight years. This year's team, coached by Pat Wilson, was led by several re- turning varsity players including Steve Marosi, Rick Whitwer, Brad Bauman and lon Nesbit. Also returning for the Sailors were Marc Roy and Carey O'Reilly. Keeping up the standards set by these players and this team will prove challenging for Coach Wil- son and, if successful, will provide many more C.l.F. champion- ship contenders in future years. lUnfortunately, due to publication deadlines, the yearbook staff was unable to obtain all the results for this year's team.J .,,. v 2- 'Q 1 . .. ,X .,. . , .xx ff-' f , X. .g W, J 3 ,.,,,,, N , i in ,.-ya , fi if s it ' zf- "Q , fir, X j . yr . kwvifrnif , f an 5', ff- I 1,3 . . , -, 1. Mark Roy 2. Rick Whitwer 3. Steve Marosi All pictures taken by Carey O Reilly N 1 i W w.am"wmu.,g '17 lun' fm Aww ' I1 g 5 P17 9' 7"'3f W -W E-mv?-W, n -'7'f.4"1,Qf gy.. J 1, """' 'wikkwwn-M4 una , 5"""9' mama-sr-r 9 1' f f 4 I if 3 1 Mwwfnffffifgx W , u K, .0 11 1 7""",.g"0w fwwmlwhxvpmy 'Wh 4- 5421 J 'Ut ' val 7xA""'2" V ' x.f""d"" wr 1 n3,4'1u,J4 , M K K? gagging 0 M "fm lg I 2' V514 433' 1,53 A " f' in 044315: f' v wi-hfewwf ,., W iff? 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Varsity NH 26-5' 22-6 'l3Vz -14W 25-3 25-3 13M -14M 21 V2 'ZOM1 Opponent Redlands Santa Monica Palos Verdes LB Wilson Santa Ana Rolling Hills Sunny Hills 23-5 Fullerton 25-3 Edison 20Vz -7Vz Los Alamitos 26-2 Marina ' Scrimmage NH Opponent 9-7 Edison 22-2 Palos Verdes 24-31 Marina 14m -'I3Vz LB Wilson 23-4 23-4 Rolling Hills Los Alamitos 'Star player-Richard Mukai NH 3-0 Opponent Westminster Marina Fountain Valley 97 GYM NASTICS Gymnastucs thus year took a turn for the better as the team had a new coach Dean Schwartz Coach Schwartz put the boys throu h a very rugorous traunung and for many boys thus unclu ed masterung the basucs The team had many gymnasts who showed theur ex cellence un the unduvudual com etutuons junuor jeff Wulson proved to be the best un t e free exercuse com petutuon Along wuth endurance hus ease and grace were a great factor un helpung hum to do so well un thus competutuon Other outstandung g mnasts un thus event were senuors Phul Kung and john W utlow On the sude horse senuor Bull Mudro seemed to be Harbor s best bet Other hopes un thus extremely duffu cult event were junuor Tum Walker and sophomores Paulson Ruchards and Art Olswang ln probably the most dangerous event the hugh bar fthe only compe tutuon that requures a spotterj junuors Ron Mancuet and Bull Buchanon and sophomore Ralph Hulse were the maun contenders Demonstratung theur feats of stren th and endurance junuors Dan Rossen and john Whut ow and sophomore Dan Sharp showed theur skulls on the parallel bars whule junuors Bull Buchanon and jum Cathcart and Sophomores jeff Feenstra and Eruc Boss showed theurs on the stull rungs Whule those boys dud well un theur unduvudual compe tutuons Senuor Kell Rossen proved to be Newports strongest man un a l the events If not furst he placed second or thurd un the free exercuse sude horse hugh bar parallel bars and stull rungs Kell Rossen who has been on the gymnastucs team sunce us freshman year was the gymnastucs team s greatest asset The team was hopung to place second un the Sunset League wuth Westmunster placung furst Unfortunately due to publucatuon deadlunes the Galleon was unable to obtaun the results of the team s season ,.-fd" ldv? w""" ,pil . . 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Q'l"'ff ha.aG.M.a. ln the opinion of the Gal- leon, Alfredo Moran should be recognized for his sup- port of all Harbor teams in both girls and boys sports and thanked for the addition of his spirit to the Newport Harbor coaching staff. NEWPORT HARBOR ATHLETIC STARS These young men showed excellence this year in each of the sports they played. Some of the other Tar stars included, Dave Kurrasch-Track, Frank Anderson-Waterpolo Swimming, Tyrone Blair-Soccer, and jeff Demott and john Dobrott-Swimming. Un- fortunately, due to space not all of these outstanding athletes can be recognized on this page. There are many others, and these are just a sample of the prominent athletes from Harbor. 103 -1, ' . L, F mmm 5, occ., ...,,,M1..'fe:f::, f ! . V H 54 x ""' M... it " . 22: 1: A ..,. .,., .. . ll. NA . m . , .st "mx ."--- 1 K' " if Q-' "" 52 2.,:..Lt5Ev.'- 'ft-.-fy-1: .. - ' ' 'T ... ,-, .... 4.m m5:.s'.wJ'1L:-1 I A 1 lx lr3ZGGQWqsQi,'f'7v I ll , ig' 2 fr J! fy, 1 Kgs! 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There were nine sports that Newport competed in for CIF. First quarter was Tennis and Volleyball. Field Hockey was second quarter. Gymnastics, Swimming and Track were all second semester. Basketball was third quarter. Fourth quarter was Softball and Bad minton. The Tennis team coached by Miss Gloria Grotta, the Gymnastics team coached by Mrs. Sandy Carney, the Track team coached by Mrs. Rita McFarland and Miss Sue Kemper, and the Badminton team coached by Miss judy Fogt were sports with only a Varsity team. The Swim team had both a Varsity and junior Varsity team and was coached by Mrs. Teri Winfrey. The Volleyball, Field Hockey, Basketball, and Softball teams had both a Varsity and junior Varsity team plus the GAA teams. The Varsity and junior Var sity coaches for these sports were, Miss Fogt for Volleyball, Mrs. Ellen Caricof and Miss Kemper for Field Hockey, Mrs. Lynn Blanton for Basketball, and Miss Nancy Staub for Softball. Like in the boys' Sunset League, the girls also had an All-Sport Trophy to compete for Points were awarded according to how a team finished within the league. Sixteen points were added if the Varsity team finished first. Eight points were added if the junior Var sity team finished in first place. For each sportsday that the GAA teams won, two points were added. At just the end of the first semester Newport had over seventy points and the closest team behind us had under fifty points. This fact was a great inspiration to the girls to capture the All-Sports Trophy. IKM. A X HX . 1 ,X ,-1 K Z. 1 ,S .B X -X-gf .K w . X- ' 1- , ."'1Gz:-zz-wax:-:'L.r rw-4-'X -JW" XV X X '-- 3 P I .f I Thy.. H in ,..,,w....Y--Q-afvsa? ,. X f53gq.X,. ' " . ' I V m5i,::.,ev,X.??wfw. X . A 1, ' - V f vv , 4 , " X Y .Xf ??f5f" fivl- Q ., X I Q X f,f'1fXf'V' K . ow 4!52,sf?. XX X5 X M., Xfzzaq ,, Y. Kip 'lf T 341,52 Q, X. 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Row 2: Renie Gall, Margaret Crawford, Christy Dey, Mary Kotob, Kathy Burns, Kathy L'Ecluse, Kim Perry. Back Row: Denise Davis, Juliana Gotozzo, Sharon Wolf, Dennie Doan, Hillary Ulyate, julie Feenstra, julie Searles, Lisa Hinshaw, Flossie Lowry, Patty Baker, Dorsey Smith, Kim Gilbert. junior GAA Front Row: Perri McClary, Stacey Kirkpatrick, Mindy Hoose, Barbie Skinner, Nancy Olson, Barb Benish, Donna Celiberti, jean Palmer, Alison Wille, Debbie Wright, Laurie Shutler, Marcie Kirschenbaum, Mary Voder jan Bodinus, Anne Layman, Darcie Catapano, Michelle Fedorcheck. Second Row: Terri Miller, Becky Daniels Lynn Williams, Vicki Volk, Marji Friday, Gayle Pennywell, Lucy deMoskonyi, Brenda Finnagen, Karen Tripp, Tami Smith, Suzanne Aubert, joy Lynne Pike, Sharon O'Brien, lulie Comstock, Laurali Abeles. I Sophomore C-AA Q "' A' ' D fvqv ,Z .,Ag: A f., I my 51 3. gi. 1? J . . 'f .l if ' V -., I 4, V ,' I' - 'A V. 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Row 3: Luey Morrison, Milena Jirovec, Karen Kwolcheck, Lorie Felde, Sherry Gaddis, Cheri Armour, Zenda Leake, Elena Vincenti, Ann Phillips, Bridgette Lehman, Ann Ishihara, Raun Thorp, Lisa Myers, Molly Ashe, Celeste Jardine, Jill Johnston. Back Row: Lori Harrison, Laura Shelton, Toni Wagner, Debbie C-ilcrest, Tina Kotob, Janet Englar, Nancy Merrill, Joanne Gordon, Allyson Riley, Lydia Marinos, Connie Miller, Liz Maise. Freshmen CIAA k , Front Row: Audrey Phillips, Cindy Hersh, Janet Littleton, Becky Acton, Jennifer Shoemaker, Lisa Bostwick, Kim Fox, Jayne Draganza, Sally Butler, Julie Campbell, Wendy Jansema. Row 2: Janet Jacoby, Blair Gust, Sue Skinner, Marie Lundy, Jackie Dennis, Jani Attebury, Vicki Leeper, Lea Ward, Sara Schilt, Kelly Wagner, Lynn Droke, Kristen Berg. Back Row: Laurie Hansen, Evalyn Daniel, Taja Gray, Kathy Koll, Debbie Beatty, Dana Myerson, April Dennis, Delicia Sampson, Kelly Vollen, Katrin Hecht, Michele Clark, Karen Olson, Laurie Dunger, Melinda Myers, Margaret Deneher, Suzanne Oulke. Tennis Coach Gloria Grotta's girls tennis team went unde- feated in their first year under CIF jurisdiction, win- ning the championship in the Beach Cities League and sending two doubles teams into the CIF play-offs. The scrimmage with Beverly Hills provided the girls with their only strong competition as the team swept by all their opponents. The teams greatest asset was depth according to Miss Grotta. Dorsey Smith led the team at the number one singles position, but the entire team was responsible for a successful season. Newport Harbor sent two doubles teams into the C.l,F. playoffs this year. Dorsey Smith Nand Lori Schoettler played the number one doubles in the playoffs and advanced all the way to the semi-finals while Kelly Smith and jill lohnston played as the number two doubles team representing the Beach Cities League. B iiii - . 1 1 - 2 2 ' l . ' V . 1 " , ,J I . ' ,..7t. V l ' if! 3Ls'3?tPv4 W ' ft A A 9 ... V Z 1., ., A .- T..-, .,.. .,,., u 1 " . - x 5 1. Dorsey Smith Returning a volley. 2. Molly Ashe. 3. Margaret Dencher and Holly Hendrickson. 4. Melinda Myers returning a volley. 5. Kathy Phillips serving. 6. Lori Schoettler and Allyson Riley ready to return. 7. lill lohnston. 8. Elena Vincenti in the net. 9. Terri Miller serving. 108 4rr---- I L ,4'f:Qs...,. . .. , , W .Va , .. ,--,-ta. f,',:q'f Lf,,,,:, 2 'vfffansqij I. ww f,.4,g1f'fi-5"1 g- 1:1 .. ,, M1f1 ' f f pw" ' .,...,..,.,,, ,4.t4L.,i '1. 12.3.-"' i' ' 2 2 I f ,ff , A10 34 4 if 4' fi rr f 4.3 'it f 13. ' YQ x , ND 1 'J egg? i' "--ww --------M . . t, r":1 f::l s ' .',.5'.lz'4f'174,. QA V141 'Q We :12 .-A wa?-in ZfJ'..t.L1z 1, 1g11'if1?5 2215 Y: 41524-4?fs:,T:i:i -. '- B Mp .f.- .1 1-Aff' ,. is l i WWA, . it iff" ' a E if Q. , I , W , , , , er- - I .,,.. 5 v 5. """f' cw- ' , ' g 3 V ' Z '-if l 3 -l- A , f ....... I ' A ' .rf -A-' I 1 Q I i '..'A J' 0 l ' 45,4 , fill ' V .WM AV ,, in - 'AV A f 1 L ' L M. , 4 ify. f-fy-' i t, X am -C, 5 ' I - ' riff' 'L J Q O +R :TTT -92.511 -5+ , K - ',j-a-lf' 7g..lftf' ' , 4+ T f,1,,i+g,'f1, ajft J' I TTT! ?. lil-. Ti fi, -lr' in -"Ti, -f-ti' 'rl f if P .wi HJ ff iff ,-fy ey 'fri' ,f-My 11.4, if 1'-4 ,a ,i f, Bma,-iff-fffwisff rpii 5, . 'Vi Q.,-f' fnfft 4. IJ .. 1 ...., fy -v - ,C If, ' .ir-y --. i wiisi ff - ly , E -5? ig-545- L.. I q x i ty 3- 15- s- X n I . if X-fel," 5 l 1 Q ,hLs,s,.g,,,' Tifvh-kit H, Nm I Ns ELM, fx! Q' C- 6' l "" ll -,E - '-fl 1-'L--fiokz. A NMFA' Front Row: loanne Gordon, Allyson Riley, Lisa Myers, Kelly Smith, Laura Shelton, Deb- bie Gilcrest, Molly Ashe. Row 2: jill Johnston, Melinda Myers, Laurie Shutler, Dorsey Smith, Mary Kotob, Kelly Wagner, Anne Layman, Celeste Jardine, Margaret Dencher. Back Row: Barbie Skinner, Suzanne Oulke, julie Comstock, Darcie Catapano, Terri Miller, Bridget Lehman, Holly Hendrickson, Ann Phillips, Kathy Burns, Christy Dey, Suzanne Aubert, loy Lynne Pike, Elena Vincenti. NH NH NH NH NH NH NH Hmmm 'film' , 2 ' Q " 'L j 3. 1 , Varsity Marina 16-3 Huntington Beach 16-0 Westminster 15-1 Mesa 14-2 Fountain Valley 19-0 Estancia 16-0 Edison 9-3 I' l u X K i 'O ' VOLLEYB LL The 1974 volleyball season went extremly well for Girls' Athletics. Both the Varsity and junior Varsity teams went undefeated during their regular league season. The GAA teams won all four of their sportsdays. The Varsity and IV teams both won all seven of their league games to become Beach Cities League Champions. By winning their league, the Varsity team qualified for CIF competition. In the first round of CIF, Newport played Brethern, and Newport won 15-12, 15-4. In the second round, Newport played Corona del Mar. Corona won the first game, 15-4. Newport won the sec- ond game,15-3. In the third and final game to determine which team would continue in CIF, Corona finally pulled ahead to win 16-14. This year's Most Outstanding players were: Marie Lundie, Becky Daniel and Tracy McCarthy. The Most Improved player was Pam Knox. This year there were 16 CIAA volleyball teams. The girls com- peted in four sportsdays and lost only eight games of the 51 games they played. Newport beat Edison 12-2, Westminster 14-2, Huntington Beach 12-4, and Costa Mesa 5-0. Wg ,V ' f ,," :, ?g..N,. Eff? ' '- lift? 3 -..w'31i.,. 7' ' f" I lf' H U , ,, , 4. 1. Flossie Lowry ready to return in a GAA game. 2. Marie Lundie spiking. 3. Kathy Caricof and Newport fans at the Corona game, 4. Chris Pattison bumping. 5. Becky Daniel spiking. 6. Kim Gilbert serving. 7. Lynn Williams serving. 8. Hillary McDonald bumping. 9. Iuliana Gotuzzo serving in a GAA sportsday. 10. Coach Fogt talking to the IV team. . .,lt if '33 if - if: , . . .. i I g,.if, is it 'Q 7 'Q . Q -. 'I I I J ". Qf if I ,,..,,, . i f ,ffl I W, Q -. Q' l . ,i . -,, I' .ggi U 4,-F-if W. ' 1 f-"- " ,,-,,,,, J . ' ,' ' , ,ia vw . .- K V' ' . , , .I x , -an QI' I K - I ' LIT' if , . . wav-I :l?"'5'3:'k:Mklf,:- -' 'l - 'H 3 A 'fl-'fs .. . i at F ,-i., . V I W ..a, A .- 4 ' '1- . . . . f 4 1 1 ll ' 574-? I 3. - i f ,i , in h...,.---.,, ... f 110 A T7 I3 I 1 fi-.4 If fw Y ,Y1 Q 1. Jr 'O i ' 1 .s , :Z f 'f ' Qs zplfgylffgkgigfgl-Q, 41 . 'Elia-.fa1Zff.'5?2Q,. ,. ms. , .ii :C 2 .5 5 f I z. .1,:.:,-ww-3,52-a an 35 "" lil' all 'sf' si V. ,I ,gnj li? .F I ,fn . it-aff I 't Il D9 ffl UE, IAIL. ,ff 'X , 'A 1,-at f f I . fy... 4 3? 1 6- 1 21 M ,X f 43, W 49. 9:4 5 ,Q Mn ff f 1 Zan W. -23 ji 4 1 f, X ,' f." .V X 4 ,. ..:,,,f..,, A ,,,. . 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Row 2: Coach Fogt, Marji Friday, Barbara Benish, Tracy McCarthy, Carol lamison, Marie Lundie, Lynn Droke, Manager Michelle Fedorcheck. Back Row: Lynn Williams, Carol Stoneman, Becky Daniel, Cathy Caricof, Liz Maize. 111 112 HO KEY Field Hockey was no exception in the first semester GAA sports as the Varsity team qualified for CIF com- petition. The varsity team finished their regular Beach Cities League Circut, as League Champions, with a per- fect 6-0 record. The team averaged four goals per game to their opponent's four goals during the entire sea- son. In the first round of CIF, Newport played Santia- go. Kathy Wolf scored the only goal, as Newport won, 1-0. In the quarterfinals, Newport lost to Charter Oak, 2-0. Charter Oak later won the CIF finals. Outstanding Varsity players were, Marji Friday, Chris Pattison, Patty Baker and julie Feenstra. Iulie Feenstra was nominated to the second all-CIF Field Hockey Team. The Most Improved Varsity players were Stacey Kirkpatrick and Lynn Williams. The junior Varsity team lost only one game and were League Co-champions with Estancia. Outstanding IV players were Pam Knox, Kathy Burns and Sharon Wolfe. The Most Improved IV players were, Iennifer Hinshaw and Christy Dey. This year, the Varsity and IV teams played a new style of hockey called System. Lyn Giovanni, a physical edu- cation teacher at Shasta College, taught the girls how to play System. The System used the same number of people, but repositioned them on the field to develop better teamwork. The GAA teams had three sports days this year. They were against Westminster, Estancia and Huntington Beach. They lost to Westminster and Estancia, but beat Huntington Beach. 1. Marcie Kirschenbaum lunges into a pass for team- mate Lynn Williams. 2, Mindy Hoose and Sharon Wolfe. 3. Flossie Lowry takes a free hit. 4. Running drills were used to keep the girls in shape 5. Marji Friday dribbling. 6. Lyn Giovanni talking and advising the Varsity and IV teams. 7. More drills. 8. Marji Friday taking the bully to start the game. 9. Marji and the Varsity forward line. 10. Flossie Lowry taking a penalty shot. 11. Kim Wood. 12. Pam Knox tin pink shoesi passing to Kim Wood. 13. Chris Pattison and Tami Smith waiting in a drill line. I l I , X l 6 I 1 " 1 X 0 hrs , Usd ll . X A ' V 9' "M, A 5 4 P I t rg, 'fl .is 17, 3 f ..... w U- N 1 w N l My d wg- , W Id M , ,,,g:.,3f.A.. V rf. ,712 ... fi? ...,.j.,?..?,a.:..-3:3 as , ,. - g , . I . I it r i ."'. . " ," ".. I" '.."r Ff ' mf M1 . V . , -7 -. I-,-, .W-.Wu , 4. 1 xy V be N.: M-I. ., ,.,t, i3,35.g,w,4'?9ti iw . fr Q.. 4 WM.. ' .f .ff-f f. 'f -'f if L' " 2 21- ?5f.'E' JZ' fa wrt-':'7'i i"f. V5 ilscilfr. F25 if "4-4 .s.r'i.:,f fm M. .mf -frfw','4ffffea-its-m,,L. ,fr-,:.w 4 ,fem-4.14. ,mutt-1.x-ws...-w..Q x..i.f,.:'v. :.....2.gm- va.: -,a....ms1.s.rx. , . ' :Qu . 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Fwsigsw-X 5, Q 'W - H If ,zvg--,gg .U , -kc. -nf, . . in ..., 1-'TW':ff1f'Rv-JCL' , X. .xv st-f-ac ---5-,.-giisw ...a,.,-, 553:-:J - -'-+-atc. .. . - -v- .-1 f r-t--g.g..av.g wr- - -Q t., X'-3' we If1'i .,, , r 1'fug . - - e g, ..-,gg Q ' , if t tf -.5 Y, -4 it r K 'Q rf. at M -1 'Q-1, If s. - , 'L' '- 1 ia,-ist.-,. Front Row: jennifer Hinshaw, Kathy Wolf, Ann Ishihara, Trish O'Rielly, Eileen Harrington, Nancy Olson. Row 2: Kim Wood, Tami Smith, julie Feenstra, Marji Friday, Lisa Hinshaw, Flossie Lowry, Chris Pattison, Pam Knox, Patty Baker, Marcie Kirschenbaum. Back Row: Kim Parry, Kathy Burns, Becky Daniel, Kathy L'eCluse, Gayle Pennywell, Christy Dey, Hillary Ulate, Mindy Hoose, Sharon Wolfe, Stacey Kirkpatrick, Lynn Williams. mu,,...v...-,. ,, vi 'A 2. at Varsity NH Edison 1-1 NH Westminster 2-0 NH Fountain Valley 6-0 NH Estancia 6-O NH Marina 5-O NH Huntington Beach 4-3 CIF NH Santiago 2-0 NH Charter Oak 0-2 IV L NH Edison 1-0 NH Westminster 1-0 NH Fountain Valley 2-0 NH Estancia 1-1 NH Marina 1-0 "U, NH Huntington Beach 0-1 113 GYMNASTICS With a lot of graduating seniors, this year's gymnastics team had only nine returning gymnasts. Over half of the 28 member team were freshmen. The girls competed in two different types of meets. The first are compulsary. The routines the girls used are made up by the Olympic Committee. In the compulsary meets only those rou- tines are used. The other type of meet is an optional meet in which the girls can use routines which they have made up for competition. Each type has its own championship meet to de- termine who goes to CIF. Some of the girls recognized for excellence this year by Mrs. Carney, their coach, were lan Bodinus and Nancy Choineer-all around, Dana Ciragg-floor exercise, uneven parrallel bars and balance beam, lan Hillary-bars, Katie Mulroy-floor exercise, Stacey Resser and Becky Rudy-floor exercise, balance beam and Terry Sharp-bars and vault. C in , .,. f-ff ff ' ' . my A .,, mm V.,. M ,.,,-f""' 1 , -4-5,1- r S ,Vi wg 7 mv, '15 .1 .A l,, ,. , .,., , s In Alphabetical Order: Becky Acton, Lisa Beckley, lan Bodinus, janet Broxon, Kelly Brundage, Nancy Choiniore, Ann Christensen, Anne Cox, Elspeth Doobie, Stephanie Foreman, lane Gibbs, Dana Gragg, lan Hilleary, Karen Linhoff, Kelly Loy, Katie Mulroy, Stacey Reeser, judy Ritch, Becky Rudy, Tracey Schutt, Sandy Sharp, Terry Sharp, Karen Shropshire, Dixie Singer, Kerri Smull. TRACK According to track coach Rita McFarland, this year's track team was one of the most enthusiastic she's had in years. And even though this year's team had only 'I3 returning members and 'I3 freshmen, the 38 member team was one of the strongest ever. One of the strong points on the well-rounded team were the long-distances. In pre-season activity two records were broken. In the 880 Paulette Mahon broke the record with a 2:36 run. The mile record was broken by two runners. Cindy Palmer with a 6:09 and Della Robertson with a 6:06. Being more experienced with the CIF level of skill, this year's team hoped to have more members than ever to qualify for CIF competition. This year to qualify for CIF, a person must perform to a certain standard that is set up by CIF. Even if a team does not win their league individual members may still compete in CIF if they are better than the set standards. Strong members of this year's team were, in Coach McFarland's opinion, Della Robertson and Cindy Palmer, the mile, Barbara Benish, Karen Bradford, Ianice Killinger, and Nancy Olson, the 440 relay, Becky Daniel and Marie Lundie, the long jump, Kathy Cari- cof, the high jump, Becky Daniel, Kathy Caricof, Kay Irvine and Marie Lundy, the shot put, and Candy Montgomery and Pam Bost in the sprints. 4.4 kwa.. , M M.-I ,,,,.: . 'Z ,M W.: 'e p i ,.., ,iw .: '4 I .. 1 . .2 4,5 7 0.1731 W- W- uw .,,.,7..h - .,,-,.f,.z9,,.,,,,,-f-, - " r -'.g,z1giLflif. fe 1"t"i.' V- :fi 1 f , q . V. Q- 1. -, - QL . , 11... V. j1..jf1:-,.g..f2 . I . I .f .1., gig:-I-j,a?5?Fl2Qi1a5:.-Q , 116 In alphabetical order: Karen Attlesey, Barbara Benish, Pam Bost, Karen Brad- ford, Sally Butler, Cathy Caricof, Becky Daniel, Evelyn Daniel, Cathy DeRuff, jane Draganza, loan Hutchinson, Kay Irvine, Laura johnson, Evaly Kearl, lanice Killinger, Stacey Kirkpatrick, Marie Lundy, Paula Mahon, Paulette Mahon, joy Marionian, Connie Miller, Cindy Montgomery, laque Mutter, Nancy Ol- son, Trish O'Rielly, Cindy Palmer, layne Potoma, Della Robertson, Sara Schultz, Susan Skinner, julie Shoemaker, Theresa Thamer, Laura Vaghan, Karen Van Dainlin, jean Vinson. Q. 1 2 3 gi, l I ' ,,v I Al, f-1 L K f Set' W.- 1 , ag 2 , . iff, 117 Basketball All seven members of this year's Varsity basketball team were experienced players from last year's CIF qualifying team. Last year's team went to the second round of CIF. The four returning seniors and three returning juniors worked hard this year, as they have in the past, by having several years of experience in working together. According to Coach Lynn Blanton they were in better condition, than previous teams and worked very hard, which made them better in the fundamentals. This year's lunior Varsity team was a mixture of older and younger players. There were three seniors, one sophomore and three freshmen. This year was a building up year for the IV team. The players all put in extra time to learn and be successful in the same skills required by the Varsity players. They were all very competitive and the prospects for next year seem to be good. The Varsity and IV teams completed a regular League Circuit by playing the seven teams in the league. The GAA teams had three sportsdays this year. They were against Westminster, Ma- rina and Estancia. 1. Kathy Burns taking a free throw. 2. Hillary McDonald dribbling. 3. Nancy Herman practicing in a GAA game. 4. Pam Knox. 5. Rose Grey- shock shooting a free throw. 6. The Varsity teams defense. 7. Celeste jardine passing to teammate Elena Vincetti in a GAA game. 8. Lynn Wil- liams doing a lay-up. 9. Karen Olson taking a jump ball. 10. Rose Grey- shock doing a reverse lay-up. 11. JoAnne Lewis shooting in a practice game againstthe Varsity team. -fr 534, .Sz L ' .,.-.h-fx? sb-. jf Q Y ',: A I Rt W . iq. ' uh 1 , A li A S a l 1 l Varsity-Front Row: Sharon Wolfe, Christy Dey, Kathy Wolf, Sally Stege. Back Row: Kathy Burns, Lynn Williams, Pam Knox. JV-Front Row: Hillary McDonald, jennifer Shoemaker, Rose Greyshock. Back Row: Karen Olson, julie Feenstra, Patty Baker, Mary Hayos. MA z Q , -, 1 Q w , , X ---JL., --V---1 . EMM ,,,.- T' f , 4 ,pf Swimming In order to raise money for new swim suits, towels, swim equipment and awards this year's swim team held a Swim-a-thon. Each member of the swim team asked for pledges for the maximum 200 lap Q25 yards per lapl event. The swim-a-thon was sponsored by the National Swimming Hall of Fame in Florida. Each swimmer received a participa- tion certificate signed by johnny Weissmuller. This year the swim team had a new coach, Ms. Terry Winfrey. Ms. Winfrey has ten years coaching experience and at the beginning of the season expected great things with the enthusiasm of the girls. This year's 40 member team participated in addition to the regular league circuit, an Invitational Meet at Mission Viejo. The swim team also had two pre-season meets against University and Corona del Mar. x . ' ,,. L Q. 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'wimf' ,.o,Ji., ..,.,. iii? WL, 1e:f:f.?5'xo"Mf''wifi''f.:z':"':1f:f.f"f"7.i':'fYfI? "' if 5. 's L. 9 's I U. ., , ...J ms. V' W YA 5' 'f s 'S 1 4 ,S . fl X. if N 1 .s 'b 4 2 8? 11:::.' gl :Y Z1 minor:-.Qeunzuut mn ww 1 M1 NVWH-',1 ,:f!iAJiu.Ll -4,-1 I y IAQ, , IK. 'QQ ' i .u.+,L,,., 1 22 ' DMI TO VT In coach ludy Fogt's opinion this year's badminton team was led by two very strong singles players, Chris Pattison and julie Camp- bell. Four of the 13 seniors on the team were also on last year's team. Only one of the 10 juniors on this year's team, was on last year's team. Both sophomores returned from last year. The two freshmen rounded out the 27 member team. The doubles players practiced on Monday and Tuesday from two to four. The singles players practiced on Wednesday and Thurs- day. Those who needed or wanted special help came in on Friday sixth period. Coach judy Fogt commented, "We had a lot of fun this year." Front Row: Dodi Gilchrist, Terry Miller, Robyn Thornburg, Leslie Scott, Rose- marie Vogado, Debbie Yoder, Robin Ringblom, Sharon O'Brien. Row 2: joy " Lynn Pike, Marcie Kirschenbaum, julie Campbell, Darrlyn Dalby, Darci Cata- pano, Lori Scheottler, Elena Vincenti, Glory Laljer, Lisa Myers, Chris Pattison. yi Back Row: Barbie Skinner, Melinda Myers, Joanne Lewis, Lisa Grupe, Morgan """"""' Marchak, Melody Williams, Lori Washbon, Ann Perry. 4 -.tu l ,.fw.' ,f.fa2.fLe,, 5' ' 4 a 52 f ij 1 ' lil I 1 if S f if W 7, ' b 6 'tg-"Hi - M-W. " . L . I g 1 .... W I ' fy , mc- . - .W S, . g ..,, E , , Hlwwf A .MM M, ,Q NI ,V .av-1 tPl 1 to I ff' 17"-.,,,,N-N 4 I LZZQ 'jg' A " 1 - 'C . . .A.. L- In alphabetical order: Patti Baker, julie Bernatz, Kathy Burns, Patti Duncan, Laurie Dunger, Leigh Evans, julie Feenstra, Marji Friday, lulie Frum, Rose Greyshock, Eileen Harrington, Lori Harrison, Mary Hayos, Lisa Hinshaw, Mindy Hoose, Carla Hos- mer, Pam Knox, Zenda Leake, Patti Leaverton, Liz Mais, Karen Olson, Gayle Penewell, Laura Sell, Sally Stege, Sam Stoneman, Lynn Williams, Kathy Wolf, Sharon Wolfe. SOFTBALL Softball was the final sport in Newport's first year of CIF competition. The Varsity and junior Varsity teams were nine seniors, six juniors, eight sophomores and five freshmen. Coach Nancy Staub noted that a lot of the seniors and juniors had been playing together for years on recreational teams, so, they were experienced in both skills and in playing together. The Varsity and JV teams had the practice games. They were against Corona del Mar, Foothill and Tustin. All of their regular league games were on either Monday's or Thursday's. The GAA teams had one sportsday against Fountain Valley. , V 1 , ings.- ,' ' Q fv ,. .1-3v.,,g,'l .fl H ,4"' 'W V .ff ww' , fi?" g f 1-'t i- ... C iii , ,, 1. Q5 4 lfai2fL..,1a.x ...- t '-It -ami' 1' 5 0 123 ADMINISTRATION Dr. Charles Godshall DR. CHARLES GODSHALL-is the principal of Newport Harbor High School. He is re- sponsible for hiring school personal such as the teachers, custodians, and secretaries. His philosophy concerning this is that the better the personal, the better the students. Dr. Godshall has been with Harbor High for the past nine years, and is currently working a 12 hour day. He spends most of this time working with the assistant principals and the department chairmen in an effort to see the approximately 2,960 students make prog- ress. Although burdened by his adminis- trative chores, he still finds time to support several extra-curricular activities such as football and basketball. Dr. Godshall is mar- ried and has two children, Chris, age four, and Freddie, who is two. Near the end of school last year, he received his doctor's degree in Education. Dr. Thomas Wilson DR. THOMAS WILSON-isthe assistant prin- cipal in charge of curriculum and planning. He assists the faculty and staff in the devel- opment of the courses offered by the school. General school wide organization is also un- der his jurisdiction. Dr. Wilson coordinates the student teaching program which in- cludes teacher-aides and volunteers. He developed and oversees alternative ed- ucation programs such as the Newport Plan, and WAY program tWorking and Youl. Other programs run by him include the MGM program, career education, and in- ternal and external research. He also main- tains liason with the Parent Teacher Associa- tion. Dr. Wilson has been with Newport Harbor High for the past six years. He is mar- ried and has four children. 4 E 1 I ::" 31" 3 if li?- Vashke Breeding VASHKE BREEDING-is the Assistant Princi- pal in charge of student services. She is also the head of the guidance office, and or- ganizes the awards banquet for the stu- dents at the end of the year. She is instru- mental in scholarship selection. Mrs. Breed- ing is the coordinator of graduation cere- monies, such as the Baccalaureate. jack King JACK KING-is the Assistant Principal in charge of operations. He is in charge of the attendance office, discipline, and the cus- todial staff. Mr. King also has control of the after school facilities, such as the pools and the gyms. He manages Harbor's budget. ,:j, ' x x I i f CCUNSELGRS Mary Lou Stal W1 1 1 A: J.. .4 l g , ,ww Mr-,V AQWV4 Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he. tif: A ,,.-ffhn f 5 Ks Bill Straw L ' f f 2 ,, 5 fa 4' Proverbs 29:18 Mrs. Stal U51- v -L vv an ae-3542 1 Tom Hays Z 2 , Vicki Dendinger Maureen Murphy CounselorfStudent Counseling Camping, Dancrng No certarn person On a ranch close to a metropolitan ara 1-KI Maureen Murphy ,aan Betty Babcock Mlllle Ballard Sue Blockburger ww-..,.....,,,u .44 '---:IZ ""N'v-P-pa 'QW' 33:4 'W Jaw! ww F07 5 F Q O iiffggg Gladys Bonner Peggy Cermgllla Carol Egll 1119, AW' GPR ,ff llfhha Z 'Q 53llVC'f3ml9 Helenelacobs Dorlslohnstone Y -Ha: .E ' 155, L J lfgfr ' W l 2 f E '-"""""!2vunnnn .v-.,,,h -w-mga, J rg' W3 7-"v7',.,.': Wm Secretaries and Andes 4,, 'qu- Carol Kilpatrick Betty Moore Sally Morse lra- ..,- W l fra i s'i'fi?f-'f?'t Tina Quadres ,f ' "-5 -H 1 flf liiigfif I . as A ra, 2 I E a- -' lg If 'liilll Administrators, Llbrarlans, 4- 'x 'Q QM W1 f gk Q, di WG' , ia! Q ix' ll . ,L 1 4 , ,wf ulyq ffxz W '42 at I 0 ,fm 4' 'W ff X, 5? 5411, if fo 51 E, Susan Riddle Sheila Rutledge X Y 53-, ,,,MwMw,.wf,-wr 7. :aff ff ,, , -f ,.f.....W,,.,... 1 7 1, T -4. nf' V, ?f"Fh,? ' , rs , I 5 Y ww'-Hunan 1 Q ,L .f 1 . . s - wo- if X in 'N .4 'Mr I L L I L ,1 K ' 2' 1 ,J F I A U , Lnf:Q:W':'f1f2rw:r:f:f:w'f.:w V: f X H, W,-,-Ml:-NZimffmmfwwumm mvsvrmnrmcnnnj 1 X ART The Art Department of Newport Harbor was again high in demand. This year students had the chance to explore many mediums of expression offered at Harbor. The courses in- cluded ceramics, jewelry, crafts and print-making. Also of- fered were the basic art classes exploring the entire spec- trum of art. Crafts dealt primarily with pottery and sculp- ture. lewelry made it possible for students to fashion their own personal trinkets. Crafts taught students an array of mediums including pottery, macrame and sculpture. Print- making students learned to do etchings, wood carvings, linoleum block cutting and other related works. Students in ceramics learned how to work and create with clay. They expressed themselves from small irregular pots and sculp- tures to nice symmetrical pots done on the potter's wheel. Students at the same time gained good work habits such as using their time constructively and cleaning up after them- selves. They developed skills and discovered that through art they can use their ingenuity and express themselves to their fullest capability. ludy Alterman Art, Poster Art Hiking, painting, gallerying Newport Beach Swimming ...ilmmgw Shirley Berry f Art, Drawing, Painting ai Collecting beautiful objects, raising succulent plants, l 5 living creatively loan Miro Q, Rancho Santa Fe Tennis, ping-pong Don Moeller Ceramics Spectator sports Bob Hope Right here Football w ?f 1 it S2 K 1 f.,i , '. --Y . X mv., N -X. QM NSW, 4,, x X I '., . x 'x,,.x xl . tl mx 'X 5 K fi 5 R xftjx x'rA . :rj xc' abxf' ' ' ,,w4xy4ff?7 fx Z . 1, l 6-.,,,,,Lff"l .W A .Wh ,. MWA . ,."' if- , l I X W. xi. Irene Robertson Ceramics Shell Collecting Where I live "" l Basketball to watch l gk Y F . .xi 7 if if ,f Carol Wenker Crafts, jewelry X ALTERNATE EDUCATION Newport Plan in its third year, continued to offer stu- dents a chance to earn their requirements through a less-structured, more independent program. Credits were earned on a contract basis. Bob Wentz headed up the Plan, along with john Mor- timer. Both exhibited friendly relationships with their students. With all its attributes, Newport Plan is not for every- body. Without the pressure being put on the students to produce results, many students may find it difficult to rely totally on themselves to complete the learning process. For others, the benefits of such a program make for more assertive, mature, independent students better suited for adult living. Tutor Corp again made available to students a chance to experience teaching, and help kids in junior High, Elementary, and Pre-Schools. This year in career education, students took advantage of the Coastline Regional Occupational Program. The "Crop" program gave students a chance to learn .i ., .I ,,..,'.,:., 'Nm john Mortimer Newport Plan Playing frisbee in a cove with a slight onshore breeze Roger Korman Baja California, Toronto Frisbee Peggy Cerniglia Career Center, ESEA Title 3 My work is my favorite pastime jane Goodall, Margaret Mead, Barbara Walters East Africa a skill such as Auto Mechanics and Boat Building. ,,,,,,,,,.4wn 'l. lohn Mortimer and Dawn Blowers. 2. Mr. Wentz deep in thought. X it, i : Ji 1 if Robert Wentz Speech, Newport Plan Cinema, travel Thelma Cannes C-olf BUSINESS EDUCATIGN Business Education attracted many students interested in Accounting and secretarial careers. Courses offered in- cluded two years of typing, marketing and speed writing which all had successful results. Work experience made available chances for working studentsvmeeting in class periodically to discuss the good and bad points of "work- ing life". Mr. Wulff, the department head met with the students and reviewed progress reports submitted to him regularly by his students. mf M- if iq- C3 13 Sharon East Vanderlan Typing Hunting Antiques Mr. Vanderlan Bridgeport "Truckin" the truckee ,A Les Luymes Typing, Bookkeeping, , ,V ,M ,V Q, Recordkeeping 54,2 M ' tr Real me s r p 2 sr r,s, r fa SA? ,,,,,,,, Q 5 W U e Go Fred Peterson Business Law, Bookkeeping Being with people, doing things My wife-Donnette 40 acre farm in Newport Beach Girl watching 4 ' I at 'i" 'P -ir-',- y i 3 A ..T. .. ChetWulff Department Head, Business Education, Work Experience, Reading Dr. Albert Schweitzer Newport Beach Golf ENGLISH Created to improve the knowledge of our own language, the Eng- lish Department strives for much more. Besides teaching the basics of writing, it also teaches you the skill of communicating with others. ln their first year of High School English, freshmen are taught the fundamentals of paragraph writing. In tenth grade English this is expanded to longer, more complicated paragraphs and essays. ln the junior year these skills are built upon and polished. Through different elective courses starting in the 10th grade and continuing to your senior year you have the opportunity to branch out to areas of your own interests. These courses, such as Writing Workshop and Creative Writing, develope your writing ability and broaden your creative thinking. The advanced placement program is just another part in the English Department scheme to get you to com- municate. This program contains students who have the ability and desire to work at their skills and improve their talent. The English Department has many field trips to help you go outside the class and experience what you talk about. Among these have been trips to the Music Center to see "Savages", "luno and the Paycock", and "Macbeth". The English Department is made up of people who are interested in what they are doing. They try to help all they can. They are a bridge between you and better communication with others. Judy Altshuler English Skiing, Volleyball, Bridge Thomas jefferson Skiing George Badger English jim Bratten English Golf, Reading Don Schula, Robert Kennedy Aspen, Colorado Football Pat Baker English Cindy Collins English, Drill Team, Auxiliary Spendingtime with my husband and family Anyone who makes someone else happy Southern California Badminton Margo Cunningham English Dale Hagey English Woodworking, A Wooden Wherever I am rt 4 he 2 1 4 l 4 fi i X f , 1 3812! aff t-4 f ei-ll OCIM , L d I 4' john Glennon English Reading, Poetry Mr. Wentz in the heart of the one I love l 251.1 pool games -, QQ . , mug Qiffki-,,Z'lii::?i? 4" Z?" ' ' , ,I ,K A V? ,RQ J' .' '4' . 4. Ed Herring English Stripping furniture Ruth Ashton Taylor Kew Gardens Hamster Racing .yt ff' .,, ,W ,-f ' 1- i if? ' ,, '-.2 1. Mr. Mauthe collecting papers. 2. A student reading English while doing yoga in Sims. Lex Kuhta English Reading, Music Ernest Hemmingway and Mick Jagger Mexico and San Francisco Surfing and Skiing Mary Lyons English Reading, Music, Honest conversation Uncle Bill London Indoor -'Qtr af john McGee English Running, Swimming Vince Lombardi Rancho Bernardo Football Andrew Mauthe English leeping, Reading, Bridge Self Big Sur Waterskiing, Volleyball N Q , wx -Y 11 -..... cu. Qld . Evelyn McNeilly English Ping-pong and other indoor sports William Faulkner Whereever I am Repartee john McGinnis English Seeing movies, reading Here Basketball -.., , '1 Al Morgan English Liar's dice Chesty Puller Iwakuni,japan Pugil stick i 313425 ."- E555 Richard Moreno English A 95- E ff ' X. '- ' 'I. Mr. Tagami 2. Phil Phillips and Maureen O'Dally 3. Dave O'Dell hard at work Mary Stuttle English Theatre, Pubs Peter Beard Ireland Riding Betty Orbach English Tennis, Swimming Theatre Benjamin Franklin Big Sur Swimming Gerald Tagami English Films, Golf Bob Wentz Colorado Girls Basketball Bill Wakeman English Sailing Skiing Backpacking Sitting Sleeping Snoyl Don Ulander Department Head English im' Lone Pine I e I Frank Wright English Filling outforms Yearbook Editor Home Watching grass grow 4 4 l 4- FGREIGN LANGUAGE YV' Q' A sc 1 F " C' as -wa, .f ' AA,,,,,-1-'W ,4v4"" 1. Carrie Miller watching "Guten Tag" 2. A student labors over an exam. The Language Lab was improved this year with new equip- ment. The equipment includes new desks, chairs, and car- peting. The desks, or booths, have a system within them which enables a student to listen to a tape and then record his voice and compare it to the tape to perfect his accent. The Lab also has a new supervisor this year, Helene Jacobs. The size of the Lab was increased this year from 30 to 48 booths. The new increased size allows a teacher to bring his entire class into the Lab. In the Lab a teacher is able to play one tape and have it monitered to all the booths occupied by his students. The first year French and Spanish classes use the Lab about once a week. The first year German students use the Lab two or three times a week. The second, third, and fourth year students, along with the individualized stu- dents use the Lab from one to four days a week, depending on their needs. This year, as in the past, a lot of foreign languages had clubs. These clubs were usually sponsered by teachers who taught the foreign language that rhe club represents. The members usually had taken, or were currently taking, the foreign lan- guage, knew the teacher, or knew a member of the club. Most clubs met about once a week at lunch. The,German Club again went to the October fest in the Alpine Village. They also went to a German movie and in December they had a German Christmas party. The French Club had a French dinner at a French restaurant. They also went into Los Angeles to see a French movie. The Latin Club had many candy sales and car washes to pay for a trip to San Francisco. The Chinese Club again went to San Francisco to celebrate the Chinese New Year. Paul Caldwell Spanish Hang gliding, off road motorcycling Emiliano Zapata 3 Puerto Vallarta, Newport Beach E . V' Football john Gentile French Traveling Cortina d'Ampezzo People watching i.L1 f V -1- . I Mary Lee Hall French "V" Lilialohnson Spanish Being mean to students Eleanor Hodges Spanish Reading Ice Skating 1 X44 . ,, 4 Rosemarie Schnuerer German, Yearbook Sun-worshiping, sailing, traveling, music, theatre Newport Beach Skiing, sailing, partying S 5 1 'www ff! 1 o an I Q 2,4 fax 0' 1581 5. v 1.52"-If . 9. N M aff! il- .,4g, . CX X. 1 i . ws sr if l ts- Hr 1. Ted Peters as "The Thinker." 2. Dixie Singer practicing German. WW ' Martin Shira German Body surfing Many great men Where I am Soccer qv ,, 4 ' fha-C' K F Eugene Wellsfry Spanish, Portuguese Painting, Church, Family jesus Christ Mountains, Sea Swimming, Water Polo Kevin Young Chinese Sports, travel Irvine Football I-IOIVIE ECGNOIVIICS This year Harbor's Home Economics Department presented a new image. All classes, even decorative stitchery were co-ed. The sewing classes were individualized so that each student could work at his own pace. The sewing classes offered were: Basic Sewing, Sewing with Knits, Advanced Sewing with Knits, and Tailoring. The cooking classes ranged from basic cooking to advanced classes that ran a catering service for parties and meetings. There was a restaurant in the cafeteria, running for its second successful year, which supplied breakfast. It con- tained two separate classes, short order cooking, and restau- rant service and management. The Home Economics Depart- ment also went beyond the usual cooking classes. Buy and Spy was a class that covered the economics side of living. The stu- dents learned about credit, contracts and how to buy eco- nomically. There were also classes in interior decorating. They worked in the Dean Homes beyond Fashion Island and in the Home Economics lounge. Childhood was a modern course which prepared students for parenthood. They had the op- portunity to actually work with small children at Canyon Nurs- ery School. All in all, the new classes presented a new side to Home Economics. ""'r"N- . . aw f 1 1, '3, , i , . ,. A.,., t, , Barbara Block Decorative Stitchery, Sewing Swimming, golf San Clememte football 3 Mrs. Richard Knup , 1 1 Denny Engelke Convenience Foods Young Decorator ,M Travel, Gardening Duncan Hines kauai swimming W .4 ', 1 .Q f sf, .l julia Smart Home Economics reading traveling San Clemente tennis, cycling ,I as WW i it if KKK? , , 1 'S lb ri' Q 952 gk !! .cv Wx ??s v f f , V it A Q.,.te',1g'f,wfv1f . - , w'if?5Q,5if 'FQ' xi? ' L Q ' . ' " 435 if f . -f:,'imi2fv?zfwa7g:ff -1 ,. ' V- . an me-iliia-f i , 3' . ' - ' 4'.'1.f.i:2s?aff'2 i- r 4 . .. ff -, t , 1 ,tm it , q a ww pf tp D,L,k'T.vI 953512522 ' ff' , 'J 'if' -'W ,, ,31 1 5 ' l il . 55 5' ff ,g.f. . ,X T mi, i,v.f-gg: . X. , '.1,4,e-,...,y,,n 2 ive - ff 'W "c:,3.t. gt uf w- ' ' at INDUSTRIAL ARTS The Industrial Arts program gives basic and advanced training in skills, techniques, and information which will be of value to those who choose to enter industry or business. It also provides a background for students who expect to go into advanced fields in en- gineering, technological work, scientific re- search, and other professional areas of instruc- tion from which a student can leave High School with a salable skill, equipped to take his place as a productive member of society. Students can choose courses in drafting, elec- tronics, metal and machine shops, photog- raphy, power mechanics, woodworking and applied math. By experiencing a variety of pre-occupational exploratory experiences the student is better qualified to make a meaningful choice in furthering his career of future educational plans. He also learns skills that he may apply to leasure time activities as an adult. jeff Lennox Electronics, Drafting Sailing, camping, tinkering Kelley johnson South Pacific . sailing Howard Loveless g N A. up , ..., ,. , 4 V -. ,'. ,-il--1 . ,gl I I ini?-1 Woodshop soaring near water 2 1 l - I - - - , ,WM XI K ff? X.w..,.-i -' N 44" i .., L If J -mv, 2 Q Q 1 ik ,,f '1 nr l a W ii- 'M-,,,,,----A --'-- i www T: .ff ,Ni in l 1 ,,,.asw. . ,,, x"f"" 'W ' james Miller Drafting soaring, Golf Lindberg flying E' Andrew Oliver Drafting building things my wife by a mountain lake fishing, golf ks, William E. Smith Industrial Arts Golf, Fishing Edison San Diego football .... . w .sift 'tr pw :X , o - , 3 W Q QQ ass ' wg Sings YN 5 Es, X , 'NX N wiv A. Qi Q Ex- . ,, 'vk 1 +7 5 i is L, Hi 2531 55.04-'X . PC fel 1 Q Q -4'-K M--' K ...ng 1 1. Drill Team members 2. What, another test? 3. Kris Dunn 'W 5 it 5 Don Vanderlan Photography antique hunting Ms. East Bridgeport, Calif, Truckin' the Truckee 2. Mx TNQ., .f""-'J David Vaughan Power Mechanics Sailing, Flying Winston Churchill Hawaii sailing - n 7 IVIATH This school year has been a busy one for the Harbor High Math Department. Fourteen teachers and two Math Lab Assistants have been kept occupied helping over 1560 students learn anything from Practical Math and Be- ginning Algebra to Trigonometry and Calculus. The newest course being taught this year is the Advanced Placement Math taught by Mr. Dye. Students who do well in the final exam should be able to get college credit for the course. Mathematical milestones for the year include the re- tirement of Mr. jim Miller. Mr. Miller came to Harbor High in 1947 and taught all the Beginning Algebra sec- tions for quite a few years. Later he transferred to Costa Mesa High School where he headed up the Math Depart- ment for many years. He returned to Harbor High in 1969 where he taught Algebra for two years before teaching Drafting in Industrial Arts, Our best wishes go to Mr. Miller who, for so long, was Mr. Mathematics at Harbor High. Hank Cochrane 5 Math i Sitting on the Beach Paulbryantwoody- T hayesjohnmckay Football Larry Doyle Algebra Sleeping Groucho Marx Football KH , 1, H. uh... ,.f' V-- 4 ,f 7 , : A if -JW' ff 'W 1 1" 'f - f':i"VSe2fi " 4 'lf , "sy--M1.:',:f7, ' bfwV??vf"'9.L ,. , Q ivy, ., 1454, Tw! 1f.fiii-3 14141 Qffyf 1 , sff xy 5 - . ffff' ig1,.?jk,., . qqzw ?H'U'1' hr. J - Nz I ,,,,,,g,g,f, , .27gy?'1:fffff.1f2j f + hiya, 'mv ' M M QW W Stephen Dye Geometry, Calculus, Algebra William Grgurich Algebra, Geometry Handing out F-notices Gen. MacArthur N.H.H.S. Horseback Riding -ff' William George Algebra Being with friends Mr. Spock-Star Trek On a tropical island Basketball, Tennis, Golf, Football F Gail Hurwitz Math Webster jones Department Head Taking Movies Albert Schweitzer Harbor Area Football janette johnson Algebra, Bio-Med Reading john Galt Sailboat Racing 1 , A li Emil Neerne Practical Math Gerald Noser Computer Science Reading Historical journals "Liver-eating" johnson Montana Tennis Golf, Music jesus Christ Basketball v "M 2355343 , 'ihwiifi '29if5,em,.f.,k,lZ, ,Q 3,050,424 'N j, ,"",7NJl n"z,bQL 7 I 'Q i y ,Z fl. of W r-19' a'-i. N, 1' xN-,.,1', ,Gy f '1,f.:gi': r 51 Q g.n. ,5fi 1 3233?-11 4 ' 1 - C -63:-9, lf Q I ,Q.5'Z5" jeffrey K. Pierose 'K Algebra Flyingg Scuba Robert R. Angell Corona del Mar Volleyball . Scott Smith Algebra, Geometry Square Dancing Benjamin Franklin Costa Rica Body Surfing 56 WW Via wfgwys nl ' 'JA S: 5'-w.."W' F Herb Routledge Algebra Photography California Football 7 xy.. f., af' Connie Wadsley Algebra, Geometry Water Skiing Gov, Askew Colorado River Ping Pong IVIULTI IVIEDIA CENTER A,--, Ross Bregozzo Audio Visual Coaching soccer Dick Cavett Vancouver Island Soccer 13 2251! ,, jg, is-.1 lohn Echternach Instructional Technician Water Planet .- 2 Millie Ballard Media Center Technician Reading Right where I am. Bowling Divided into its two sections of Audio-Visual and Library services, the Multi Media Center attempts to spread the scene, the sound, and the word among Harbor's students and faculty. This is where the action is: on most days over a thousand people visit the MMC. Easily spotted are the many A-V student assistants who mix in the traffic, leaving and entering the door of the MMC with carts bearing loads of projectors and screens or of audio e uipment, those who remain in the A-V room are busy under the supervision of Ross Bregozzo, mending film, assisting students and staff with their many problems at the copy machine, operating the cassette duplicator, laminatin pictures, or mystifying spectators as they perform these ang many other tasks. Besides aiding students and teachers in their research prob- lems, library staff and student assistants tend the collection of better than nineteen thousand books and a five years' collection of over 200 magazine titles, as well as perform many reprographic activities such as typing and duplicating matter necessar to classrooms and administration. Since the library is no lbnger restricted just as storage and retrieval of printed matter, the staff processes and maintains such exotic communicative media as film loops, film strip, micro- film and cassettes. Among the throngs of persons seen daily in their search for information in the MMC are also those who contentedly read or study and who appear as serene as though they were in a remote cloister of a mountaintop monastery. Suc is the way of man in his ability to adjust to trying circum- stances. Mal Buchanon Head Librarian A ' W.-fffny ini V511-l-...- fs 'Q ,,1.'Q, , i ' Z1 .Mer - , ,g .ya l a , Carol Kilpatrick Technician 'S Reading ,,', Running my dogs L , ,Q I. 'fb pi - 111.11-1 ! . I '71 ,V ff 1 ' I A V 7 'ff ,' 17,85 l gg' Arden Smith Technician 1--W1-1-nr 'at S "'f'ww a lacquie Kuder Clerk Sing in a group Curt Vonnegut On the beach Bicycle n lntz Walker Head Librarian Reading Mountains Darts and Skiing PERFGRIVIING ARTS instrumental The year began before most students had returned to school for members of the Sailor Band. The annual trip to Canyon Meadows near Bakersfield for Band Camp allowed us to pre- pare for an outstanding football season, with excellent shows featurin music of the Beatles, A tribute to Bill Pizzica-splen- did rendition centering around Slaughter on 10th Avenue- great efforts on the part of the Sailorette Drill Team and Band Auxiliary with their showcase spotli ht shared with the Mid- shipmen. Parades included three fag band reviews, with tro- phies coming from the band's efforts and top performances from Drum Major Sam Mello. Furthe.r successes in parade out- ings followed in the spring. Concert performances at Christmas time-the Mid-winter Scholarship Concert featuring guest soloists like Linda Frank- lin, Valerie Miller and Robert Nelson were highlighted. At the Annual Sprin Concert, deserving students received the national and locaT awards presented to top instrumentalists. Ken Telloian was an outstanding orchestral artist on this pro- gram. Other concerts, festivals, rallies, public service functions ike the o ening of the Mariott Hote were followed by the 1975 BandJTour-a great time by the Sailor Band in Vegas, Phoenix and the Grand Canyon. The midshipmen really got uncranked this year, with several dance jobs and feature performances, including their annual E22 concert in May. This group, now "intergrated" fgirls yetll as u dated its music and image-did you ever expect an En - land and in Hawaiian shirts? The year lMr. England's 20t , by the wayl was pleasantly ended by the arrival of new uni- forms for the Sailor Band and anxious expectations of an ex- citing year for 1975 76 Thomas Bradac Drama Acting Bullwinkle l. Moose Yi' .Mtv-i Richard A England Music Music Basketball Basketball 1.-il . 'L A 1 - H 37 - ' as R, If I 'ix El ini ' i.1. , . K I 1 i x it X '-ag :ls-iffiw-Ev fi 5 ' 169 l ass--s C - Q f .194 H dmnm .3 ' Vt N 'wa 5 1 V. Y sf ffiffbf inn-i Mrs. Suzanne Haig Choralle, Chorus, Chantelles My husband vocal This was another banner year for the Choral Music Depart- ment. They participated in concerts and festivals, and were involved in a variety of fund-raising activities. Directed by Mrs. Haig, the Choralle, Choruses, and Chantelles performed in the Christmas and Spring concerts with their usual fine mu- scianship. The Choralle held several car washes, bake sales, and candy sales. They also took their yearly retreat to Idyllwild at the Iso- mata performing arts camp. The highlight for the Chantelles was their participation in the International Hawaiian Festival of Music in Oahu, Hawaii during Easter Week. They held a garage sale, a Christmas gift sale, and bake sales to raise mon- ey for the tour. They also performed in the 2nd Annual Vocal Showcase Concert. PHYSICAL EDUCATION The Girl's PE Department offered a variety of sports including two new classes, Aqua Calisthenics and Track and Trim. Some of the other sports offered were: Volleyball, Badminton, Golf, Flag Football, Dance and Trim Gym. The girls were allowed to choose the sport they were interested in participating in. The classes were each six weeks long. Boys did not have the chance to choose their courses, but participated in the usual sports such as: Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, Harbor Ball and Swim- ming. The boys in advance PE Cbluel had alternate choices of Badminton, Golf, Tennis and Archery. The boys were divided into three groups according to grade and physical capabilities At the beginning of each semester they took physical tests to determine if they would stay in their own division or move up a di vision They are classified into three groups they are the lowest white the middle red and the advanced b ue This year eighteen year olds or those with three pen ods or less were exempt from PE classes Lynn Blanton G r s P E My husband Where I am Basketball VPU CharlesA Bleiker if History P E Movies Sports Wm in Harry Truman Hawaii v- Tennis 'QQVH mi WW ff:-45 err ,ff 5 ll ,fl-,awk wt, O 1 W- A 1 Earl Byers 'ffl' Boy's P.E. Same as Pat Wilson ' Shecky Wilson Newport Beach A -ik: My Mrs. Caricoff Girl's P E Traveling Margery Shea Newport Beach ' --aiu., Swimming l -4 . ', ,jr ' ' 5. 1 Mrs. Caldwell Girl's P.E. Cooking 1. Paul Getty Puerto Vallarta Tennis Sandy Carney Girl's P.E. ,xv ludy Fogt Girl's P.E. Badminton lla! 5, V r", . :w t f 1 ir !! ,-03: 5 ' MLM . .5 " nie .ill -4 rfmn WE!! jules Gage Athletic Director VVise Parents Fallbrook Basketball ., .JW Gloria Grotta Girl's P.E. Tennh radii if Q4 1,142 Jima b M, Rita McFarland Girl's P.E. Track if 9 Q W, N of 5 - 29,0 ,W .r., . Q I lf 4 'N .fl f' , .,-14,351.4 1, rv ' - if ' W ' "?u.:. , '. , ,V 1. ff f-mart 3 f fa., Bill Pizzica Boy's P.E. Football Nancy Staub Cirl's P.E. Skiing, music Steve Wandee Tahiti Volleyball 4. N"""'M Andrew Smith Boy's P.E. Traveling North Shore of Oahu Hawaii Baseball I SAFETY EDUCATION A most important time in High School life is when a student gets his chance to undertake the re- sponsibility of driving an automobile. Newport Harbor's Driver Education Department once again helped the sophomore class to earn their driving privileges. There are three important teaching methods in driver training. They are class instruction, simu- lator tests, and actual behind-the-wheel instruc- tion. ln class, teachers carefully review the rules of the road. Frequent films help to make a thor- ough classroom program. The fully computer- ized simulator familiarizes the student with the basic controls of the automobile. Any error on the driver's part is tabulated and the computer prints out the students' scores for comparison. Students may then operate the specially equipped Driver-training cars, and with the guid- ance of professional instructors gain experience with varied road conditions and traffic problems. This year had the largest number of students completing the course: A record 173 in the sum- mer program, and 714 in the semester. William Bernau heads up the program and hopes for a better educated safer and more efficient generation of defensive drivers 4Z William Bernau Don Duffy Safety Education Sports Southern California Football wrestling Department Head 'Z ,X 'V' If l f f ff f . 4 ff f , , ff W ,,,,, ,g,,,,,5Z4j 7,,a, 4 I lf W1 Zffw f4!1fW'f1'f w A, fy ' 1 ff X ,X , f , f j ' V f 7 f Q , f ln-- H fi 'f:7"fTf"f??"f , , 3 ' f g f-- Q i 2 gi' f 1' K4 4""'T"tr-.. ' ' .1 f M - ' 1 3 . 4 1 A X 4 'Yu 5 'U 1 A , D- my I I ,Z ' W Q vig , 'Q I th 6, f 2 - "1 1 of 1 , a X W W ' , A I ' 1-nr gt' . 'Y' 7- ,g"': . 1 4' , Q VV' -. c 541 Lili?-Slssr if xii?-55:Ligg1.lQ3.-Ig' Agfa. .. .,-sd-, ,... , h ,Qs-H, :M . . ..t.5P,-..- I -1- 2552 'x.:?i:i6fi4Q.1y:::.if1'L'-fazszegfiilsqsx .L what George Selfridge Safety Education Golf Al johnson Golf wa P -v 9 s--Q f,, I .nw g wmv 1 George Spangler Safety Education Whigging JJ. Abriam Mafasatt, Shecky Wilson Carson Valley Football frrl A Ralph Stansbury Safety Education, Life Science Playing recreational sports Huntington Beach Wrestling SCIENCE This year, the Science Department had 13 instructors, either full or part time, teaching over 55 sections from worms to E : MC2. The Department offered over 15 different courses, some of which included, Advanced Physical Science, Environmental Studies, and Water Planet. The Science Depart- ment also sponsored the week long trip to the Yosemite institute, and the Summer Field Studies which went to the Sierras, A river rafting expedition was led through the Grand Canyon for the first time. Mr. Dukes spon- sored the Math Science Club which specialized in undecipherable car rallies, The Environmental Nature Cen- ter won the 1975 Disneyland Com- munity Award in the Environmental- Ecology section. All in all, the Science had one of its most active and stimu- lating years ever. il K1 Ph. u-:pawn iN. him :dbh lla? Nan Bill Barnett Biology -SHI' - Morris Adams Phsiology Biology General Douglas MacArthur P .PLJV ,, -f-' - Cycling My ' n 'f Vince Lombardi Waterpolo 'ibg -V' it K r L -Q SQ 5 --iii ...-.---pl gf. has 'f 5 rv b V , arms EIU t n -is' 1 -in-Ill A . ii- 4 4-l'vKs' . I4 .gvf ' ' 5 . 5 -vw - :J - Q . !..,,v. ,Ml sk-Q unw,.,.,.m2 .--,-.....,.,.,.. s e .lv t V fi' Q 94' ' - ii K "E 'S S- K 1 - . 1, ' ' S 1 N-E P-.,.-v ' rw: . In .in -3 f 'E .s - ig -., , s 1.. X I A .1 ki-v' Q " i Bill Burge Biology Observing new things Charles Darwin ' Hiking N. .N . 17 3 T. Scott Dukes Physics, Chemistry Volleyball Father Colorado Rockies Basketball and Volleyball 1 V' O P Dennis Fox Environmental Nature Q' , ' 0 Q Center gi as f ,F , ' ' Earth Science f ' Hiking, music "' V I lohn Muir A5 ' Q ' ' Sierra Nevada Foothills f 'gn 'j' if 'GQ ' ,L Basketball is. S ff, -f 4, "QV Wg. -s '5f,l5'g",l'A if-T4 Pg,:v,g,gQ git, eflw ,- WS-f"m'.'2"" -l mana IAQ 5 5" Bob Fry human. ELEMENTS '!'l"4"'?U -34, 9 H He rultwu ,M L F 3Ne "'f"l'5f?' , cn lm '- ,,.,,,a.. aiiki 1 WV..., I' lXe 1179055 451 15: tRn Q Fl, Tm Yt: Lu 'mul ' 1.4 t 1+ Md No Lv Biology On Being Human, Teaching Michelle Fulton On thelohn Muir Trail LaCrosse e 2 n-n-.. Bob Hailey Biology Team Sports Frank Sinatra Oregon Track and Field Dwight Roberts Bio Med. Hort. Botany Backpacking Hiking Paul of Tarsus Sierra's lSummerT Track Football 4...J9' William Jewell Life Science Swimming Water Polo Myself Newport Beach Swimming and Waterpolo ., , H, ,. . ,,,,f,,,4,-A f-0.-Wa.-fi M- 'ff A .Y.:e+5f: 1g,13gf?f12fs?eig ,'Ligiiirfr f ' " if 2f 'ff.i --+ -V g J? fx , , K xx' , E+. ff Dudley G. Smith Chemistry Basketball Sports, playing and observing My Wife tl've never met a better personl Here, only with less people Basketball Don Simpson Physical Science Restoring Old Cars and Stukas Nikola Tesla Redwoods Shooting SGCIAL STUDIES Social Studies involves the study of Man. To accomplish this, Harbor High's teachers introduced a wide range of experiences to their classes. Ministers, Rabbis, Priests, policemen, public officials, judges, stockbrokers, and prisoners came to discuss their viewpoint and interchange ideas with the students. The speakers ranged from the famous, like Irving Kanarek, Charles Manson's lawyer, to lesser known but still interesting individuals who intro- duced a dimension of the real world that could not be communicated by films or tape recordings. Students were encouraged to explore for themselves by gathering civics credit for going to court, taking the now- famous Discover America Tour, interviewing family mem- bers as a historical research exercise, excavating buried artificial societies, making video-tapes and sound-slide presentations or by involving themselves in community activities Dennis O Hern returned from an epic tour of Africa and offered his perceptions through a course en- titled African Studies Fabian Giroux continued his suc- cessful course in Comparitive Religions. Mike Marino's Psychology class became one of the most sought after departmental offerings Wayne Horowitz worked with other staff members to expand the use of classroom television. Carrol Tatro studied the dilemma of the human being in society in her innovative course On Being Human." The staff frequently achieved that excited interest" which public education strives for, but all to often fails to ac- complish Where else commented one student," could you learn how to chant from a Hari Krishna disciple, get frisked by a policeman talk with a convicted murderer, find out about the Manson case from Manson's lawyer, and imitate a chimp having a lunch time social all in the same week? I . . . . , . . . . , , . f . , , . ' I I I I ' I V f I f- ' 'T ffzfif' TT? f c? 5'-fr QT 'r' ' '- ' L-fi?'?'4:'F 'iii L ':s 5. Ken Bauermerster Department Head, History, American Political Behavior Grant Ball Civics, U.S. History . 'af ,t K Y' Q ' Kvi ' ' ,C .fo -N . . 1i F -ni' Robert Donald U.S. History, Social Problems Singing in a quartet Ralph Nader Newport Beach Running, Soccer Bm? 1 gas ', 'sa' nw vm-waz., A joseph Beatty Government, Economics Backpacking My wife Like North Tustin Swimming, Chess , Z 2 l L Charlie Douglas U.S. History, Civics, Geography Camping, Off-road Driving Frank Ball, Newport Beach Free Skin Diving,Skiing if Fabian Giroux World History Cornparitive Religions Reading Augustus Caesar Vezelay joe Fox Career Planning Tennis Walter "Rich" Pat Wilson Osage, Iowa Football Bernice Goldberg U S History LDG Water Skiing Mary Queen of Scots Country xx! Z , -W I ,I 'O 5 . t . S 1 - 11 11 , ,. 1 'K PX..- 1----"J, ui C lt, dx MW S in 52 V,,V i-l.-. X V 3' Bill H anke ' , U.S. History Bio-Med if-ff I l I ' T . Q I Travel, Sailing , Q 9? Woodrow Wilson A gpg' gf Laguna Beach 'g . 5' J' Sailing QM: A ' . .L X , I I V Q 1 limi'-J 1 ,,,,L,, 43: If 251. Eb Wayne Horowitz U.S. History, Youth 84 The Law Photography, Painting V , g,. , ,,,, . Buckminster Fuller H V i North California , I lvfi "" ' . I -T. I ,fg,.y,f V' gf yy Tennis A 3 N5 5 lacobj. Miller World History-Geo. Fishing, Hunting, Camping, Sports Mahatma Gandhi, Pat Wilson In the country Football 15, R if F ' if , ' ,,, ,Z.f:f'm Mike Marino Psychology, World History Sports, Cards, Cross Word Puzzles Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King California Basketball ...Su sr222.PQOQg ,-. mme:-ND.-N Q-5-g'5'm3Z ru -- -',-D gi03i5-n'Tt?-Lg "D-1-r5..7r' Q-C :ff 25 Ear -.:. n C fn -1 rn -4 O C H :- Tom Moody Civics, U.S. History ,,,,.,.,.- V - . 9 ..., 9 ,fy ,Mmm MQW, L9 , ' ','ii1??t-"'2 Yiiofi 11 joe Robinson Anthropology, World History, Latin . Q? .' 'fiiifr fm, 'Siu :g..1..:,-1 4 1 , 1 w. M Q 1, .,+ M W ,A 4 Dennis O'Hern African Studies ' mi :ii 9291 ,I A fi i E , 1 ' W , .ale s Q Connie Sell Psychology Guitar, Dancing Eleanor Roosevelt Africa i Tennis , x, . x --S . lf R.C. Stegmeir journalism, World History Travel Martin Luther King Aspen, Colo. lWinterJ U.S. Virgin Islands Baseball Karen Stouffer Career Planning, CROP, Director Career Center My husband, Sailing Galina Prozumenshikova Newport Beach Water Polo, Skiing Carol Tatro Social Problems GRUB A D SC , -ann-1 JM, , ,... .J Top Row: Dorthy Bayliss, Grou Berker, lean Borwer, Norma Bourgois, Linda Brimmer, Virginia Clark, Linda Illingsworth, lacque Kronitz, Karen Machodo, Rosemarie McDonald, Bev- erly Olsen, Val Weoner. rv T' Day Crew-Back Row: Harry Friedberg, Tom Logue, john Stolarek, Gene Mister, Richie Grave. Front Row: john Scott, joe Phillips, Robert Murray, Albert Dickson, Albert johnson, lose Rodriguez. Students enjoying lunch served in the cafeteria. F Y My ..,,,:w' 7 I' VII' YY! IIE E' wi, Night Crew-joe Batchelor, Randy Haun, Paul Hanson, Bee Chase, Da' Adams, Tom King, Danny Scott, Bob Fischer. STUDE T COVER ME 'ffl V .,,.. , ,t 5 , W .. x 5 T. tj tc N! X ,Z v, i 1: -. gf- I ,N Executive Council From Left to Right, Front Row, Beth Salvatore, jeff Zigner, jamie Masterson, Mandy Lowell, Lily Kuma moto, Second Row, Mark Ashey, jeff Bitetti, joni Tucker, Artie Sorce, joe Bush, Back Row, Debbie Beat- ty, Vin Mulroy, Meghan Miller. Student Government for the year of 74-75 was considered to be the lowest in all-time history. The general problem which plagued the student body was APATHY. Student Congress was dis- banded in '74 due to lack of student interest, Despite the vigorous efforts of Ex. Council to institute a more efficient method of government, these great notions never came to pass. Once again, Newport had two ASB Presidents, jeff Zigner and Art Sorce. This was due to the election process which was changed by an ammendment to the Constitution. ln the future, elections will be held on a yearly basis. It is certainly hoped that students will participate more actively next year. The following is a letter from Art Sorce. Over the years, the Ex. Council has been a main- stay in student activities. We have been involved in all dances, concerts, assemblies, and other functions. l only hope that in the future, all stu- dents attempt to get involved. Personally, l truly believe Newport will be Number 1 with me for- ever. Thanks, God Bless Art Sorce IQ . Q judicial Court Artie Sorce-ASB President From Left to Right, Front Row, Ellyn Beamish, Lily Kumamoto, Second Row, - . . ,, - , , -f Terry Miller, Tina Smith, Back Row, jim Helfrich, Brad Bauman, Artie Sorce. 'Wi jeff Zigner-ASB President TT' ' P 179 Maury Lowe-Student Director iS MllH S l l I i N 1 i Y f 1 gif! i 4 A 9 5 5 i i if 'xx 'va- v. 4, Vinnie Mulroy President Barbara Beek Vice Presideht laimie Masterson Secretary Q J I t W X . . 1. ,if K' in ik N ' X ' ' T5 ,Q - 'je n -Av g, . R V, eww- A, P .111 " 'f'Yl4 f' ' fj f N, g, ' ily: li ' . K - e Ykff'7,,e e julie Searles Treasurer t , I MOST SPIRITED Mandy Lowell Lori Hammerslag julie Brown Phil King Tom Straw Art Sorce BIGGEST FLIRT Debbie Martyn Debbi Elias Pierette Dorris Scott Reid Dan Thomas jeff Zigner FAVORITE PLACE TO EAT Marie Callenders Home Me N' Eds Co Cos jack in the Box Carl's junior FAVORITE GROUP Loggins and Messina Elton john Chicago Cat Stevens Deep Purple Emerson, Lake and Palmer MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Lauren Mitchell jaimie Masterson julie Searles Kevin Bissonette Vin Mulroy Gerry Rossilini BEST SMILE Barbara Beek jan Brousard julie Dunn Dave Simmons Chan Bell Tom Straw FAVORITE SONG Stairway to Heaven Your Song Bungle in the jungle Lucy in the Sky Boobs a Lot Seasons in the Sun BEST LEGS Lynn Wolfe Debbie Martyn jan Brousard Brian Theriot Phil King Art Sorce BEST ALL AROUND Lori Hammerslag jan Brousard Nancy Beckett Vin Mulroy Chris Auer Brad Bauman BEST PLACE TO RAISE HELL Squeezums Parties Beach Cruising Class rooms john's Van MOST SCHOLARY Linda Franklin Lois Linn julie Searles jeff Fier Gerry Rossilini Kevin Bissonette HARDEST BREATHER Sue Pothoff Dennie Doan Ann Dickey Brian Theriot Pete McCowan Dave Simmons BEST LOOKING jan Brousard Barbara Beek Patty Sebec Marc Bukich Vin Mulroy Rick Lada FRIENDLIEST Lori Hammerslag julie Dunn julie Brown Vin Mulroy Tom Straw MOST ATHLETIC Kathy Burns Lisa Hinshaw Laura Sell Vin Mulroy Tom Bazacas Bran Theriot BEST SENSE OF HUMOR Cindy Rudy Lori Hammerslag Debbie Campbell Mike Soto Bucko Shaw Dave Helfrich FAVORITE TEACHER Henry William Cochrane T. Scott Dukes Dudley Smith j. K. Pierose Charlie Douglas Carrol Tatro MOST OBNOXIOUS Denny Doan Mandy Lowell Erin Cahill Brian Theriot David Bradburn Phil King Marc Wilsey PERSON MOST LIKELY TO BE IN YOUR DREAMS jaimie Masterson Vicky Tilton Patty Sebec jeff King Art Sorce Brian Theriot MOST INNOCENT julie Tedesco Barbara Beek Terry McClary Dave Simmons Vin Mulroy jeff Weiss ? TTT? lvy Aanensen julie Ahlman KurtAken Mark Alles Newport Beach, Cal. Draftsman jesus Christ 2Timothy 3:16 an 2? N Toni Alfonso San Sebastian, Spain The Winner University l'm still waiting Bruce Anderson janice Angus St. Petersburg, Fla. "The road to adventure begins outside your front door. . ." I . Tami Anderson Santa Monica Marki Randy Arnold Long Beach, Cal. Fireman Made it by "that" much Phoenix, Arizona Living Terry F. "Going for it" Scott Allen Newport Beach, Cal. Renee Anderson Newport Beach, Cal. 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Live a God-centered life lesus Christ "Watch ye therefore" Cindy Barr Brantford and Ontario, Canada Patricia Baker Kathryn Barben Newport Beach Huntington Park - Astronaut Electrical Engineer Ray Bradbury My Mom C0ll6g6 Goto college .114 , kiwi Kim Barton Vinda Batoosingh Duarte, Calif. Trinidad Complete Anarchy My Mother and Father Goto Czechoslovakia Linda Barkkarie Katy Barnard Helsinki, Finland Mill Valley, Calif. Eventual death My own store selling old- Mae West, Phil Kaylor fashioned things Loving johnny B, Goode Barnyard's rule Brad Bauman Sydney, Australia To win CIF Shemp Howard lt's your dime, go ahead lim Bauman Chico, Calif. Commercial Artist Captain Flink .1 ,aww Tom Bazacas Scott Beach David Becker Nancy Beckett Inglewood, Calif. Teach and coach My Dad Sprill or nothing Newport Beach Buffaloe, N. 1. My Father Owau aloha o oe lanet Oh-OK-Same Nelson Barbara Beek Newport Beach Chandler Bell Ted Bentley Manhatten Beach, Calif, Full6rIOr1, Calif. Photographer or Real F8Il'1Gr N- nmltrrr Business - , '-wt-1 Let me out! Bob Beckley Walnut Creek, Calif. To preserve the peoples party policy 1.1. Moon Bettina Bents Los Angeles, Calif. Sail around the world Parents, teachers, friends Cynthia Bernard Newport Beach To receive M,R.S. Degree My Father Yearbook- Alright! College l lohn Bernatz Stephen Bettini Kathleen Bingley Kevin Bissonette Los Angeles, Calif, Stroudsburg Newport Beach Pasadena, Calif. Botanist Forest Ranger To find Tyree's head Father and Mother My Mother That screaming Wap College College Biology, Pre-Vet Mike Blanchard Encino, Calif. Goto S.L,O. 57.1 NL- 'K Carol Ann Bradstreet Newport Beach, Calif. To work with children My Parents ". . .Kooky?. . ." Dave Brockmeyer Charles Musclewhite f"'f ' --0-f Nancy Boatman Karen Boyde Traveling Lincoln, Neb. See ya To be a good wife and mother Joseph Smith Pharmacy School, work f A Elizabeth Brick Reggie Dwight jim Bridges Orange, Calif. Travel Professional Guitarist Good original musicians Go on tour with the band A lan Brousard Elmhurst, Ill. Gary Stanley Brooks Orange, Calif. luli Elton Brace Anner, Middlesex, England To be a loni Denver Biking in Colorado Born, Live, Care, Believe Debby Brittingham Santa Monica, Calif. Social Worker Carol Brown Syracuse, New York Jody Black My folks Y.lv1.F.l.D.F.lVl.B.S.P.l.Y. M.P. David Bradburne :fl 1 All Robert Brock Seattle, Wash. l.H. D.A.K. 4-few? Gary Brown Pasadena, Calif To all the Hoch on the ' Musician Veterinarian or Animal To get out of school Island Beattles Science Family Millionaire before thirty College Keep on trucking! ., lulie Brown Leslie Brown Lisa lane Brown Brenda Bruce Downey, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Fullerton, Calif. Robert Redford To be in show business M.G.I.l.l.R.B. To make my Parents- l.K. Pierose, Bob Hailey Work with the G.B.'s Grandparents To play a lot of tennis The "fancy envelope" q-. Elizabeth Burbank Lisa Cecilia Burden Kathy Burns Minda Bush Ridgewood, New Iersey Oakland, Calif. Newport Beach, Calif. Desmins, Iowa Howburman Teacher Stay sane My Parents Mom William Cahill Mary Carlton Balboa Calif To make some difference that I lived at all jumping lack Flash , . ' a -f " 'ii' 'JEIJZQ5-filfiz' f Y lv' " Y Lawrence Calderon Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. Glennon K.O.B. rules- Orville ,V Craig Carney Van Nuys, Calif. Phil Edwards Travel Getting out V , '-SLT Qt .SCL '45 'FCETESS-e..e. zxhz.-11:31 Cathy Campbell Columbus, Georgia Elementary school teacher My Parents Thanks Mom .,--Q, kiw- lohn Caroom pas Newport Beach, Calif. Chiropractor Father, Mr. Glennon U.C.L.A. Relax and be happy Debbie Campbell Ricardo Casillas Mexico College A Mark Bukich Gold Coast, Australia George "Harmonica' Smith B.L.C.B.M. 1 Erin Cahill U.S.A., Twins plus one Thanks Mom and Dad for everything Volleyball with Fogt Marsha Campbell Killeen, Texas My Mother College in California Cathleen Chrislip Youngstown, Ohio To receive my M.R.S. degree Mark, my Parents Cindi Clough Saugatuck, Mich. See and experiance new things D.K. Art Comito New York To be perpetually happy Mark Convey Sacramento, Calif. jazz musician Boots Randolph College w .1 fig? Patti Cobb Barbara Collier Enlightenment Thermopolis, Montana Lieben, Leben, und Lawyer Singen My Sister College- Yale WS Kevy Conk Brett Connell Corona, Calif. Carpenter David Crosby O.C.C. Sandy Cotten Hoag O.C.C. Greg Courteau Newport Beach, Calif. Dentist Brad Harold College Carol Lillian Collins Downey, Calif. To get out of school early Sonny Bono College, work, ice skating K.C. Connell Oakland, Calif. Automobile Dealer My Parents College Margaret Crawford Inglewood, Calif. Grandmother Work for my Uncle Seeing GAA become CIF Paul Collins jill Connelly Oregon! Mahatma Gandhi "lf you don't love anyone, nothing makes any sense!" james Cress Los Angeles, Calif. Mechanic Cynthia Fischer Travel Brandon Crosland Natalie Cross Linda Custer Matthew Dabney Darralyn Dalbey Marianas Trench Newport Beach, Calif. Pittsburgh, Penn. Los Angeles, Calif. La lolla Calif Underwater Explorer To travel and meet Architect T0 be Happy and loved Robin Lee Graham people Traveling My parents O.C.C. to U.5.S.D. Lauren Mitchell UCD. Continue education i Devon Dale Laura Dale Newport Beach Los Angelas My father Mom and Dad Discover America Roboon! Mike Danaher Milford, Connecticut Veternarian Grandfather To go to OCC Denise Davis Orange, California My parents Live and let live Graduation Day! Kathy Desmond Christy Dey Tom DiBello Ann Dickey Arcadia Calif. Pasadena Oaxaca, Mexico Torrance Keep smiling, it makes Oil refinement My brother people wonder what Captain Ganja CMCCPL PN you're up to. Grow your own rf'-if .1 t , Paul Dierenfield Mike Digilio St. Paul, Minn 51,000,000 To be rich Fonzie My dad Stop looking at me! Get down as , 1 Kathleen Dixon Dennie Doan Bellvue, Washington College G.S. fir Af ff iii. Ma. Andy Denny Milwaukee, Wisconsin Sailmaker Bruce Dickinson Alton, Ill. Mr. Tagami Excellent! Climbing the tower Dan Doane Newport Beach Find a TEN When the crew went out logging Daniel Duffey Pierette Dorris Rifk D0SIHl Bill Drasanla John R. Drake East Lansing, Michigan Ricky NQWPOV' Orange, California Cottage gey I-,ey MOFO To be a success Lawyer or salesman Ah, what mode mms gg Wasn't half as bad as l OCC momais be thought it would be. f ii Casey Dugan Hollywood, Cal Shannon Nicole Duyndam Newport Beach To live in the Sierras Mom, Ieff, "BYC" Raylene Dunigan California Law Watashi wa hazukukashi desu ifornia Tracy Earlywine The important thing is this: to be able at any moment to sacrifice what we are for. Summer Field Studies Kathy Edsen April Lynn Egerton Chicago, Illinois Physical Therapist Chapman World Campus Afloat Three years with Mr. Hanke Terrie Eliker Pasadena, Calif. Photojournalist Charlie Weaver Live and workin 13 L, ff, Susan England Riverside Pre-school teacher Louis Armstrong Britain College JL julie Dunn Mt. Baxter My sister Hey Jill, where's the paghourii Devon Eastman my dad Howburman Summer Field Studies, '74 The Scow Stu Egli San Pedro, Calif. l'm there Myself Bum around Barbara Englar Santa Monica john Duley Stockholm, Sweden Whatever happens is whatever happens Having a good time Doug Eccles Salt Lake City, Utah To continue my naturally apathetic lifestyle Dave Eccles Eric Elder Newport Beach, Ca Bill Barnett Travel C.I.F. in Waterpolo M ' E' Cheryl Esslinger Santa Ana Parents College Summer Field Studies Michelle Dutton Hutchinson, Kansas S,B. Oh, you're Kidding! jamey Eddy Newport Beach Debbie Elias "My Buddy" june 30, 1972 ,W 'K Mark Evans Beverly Hills Architect lf you want it bad enough you'll get it. YN . ,. M rv" -iz ' f5i't'f, . t NW- , - I:-Q . 522,555 Egfr if fx' p+:.',v-gf.. A rti" Hxgzl-f1"TJf'--tr. - Dave Fabian Los Angeles, Calif. Doctor, Beach Bum Georgia Peach O.C.C. on a scholarship jon Field Q Oxnard, Calif. Daniel Forehan Orange Calif I Steven Fainbarg Nelson Farley julie Feenstra julie Ferrier Orange, Calif. Detroit, Michigan Escondido, Calif. Ontario, Calif. Merchant-Investor Accountant P.E. Major Airline Stewardess Mr. Wentz "Big Danny", Don Garlits Mom My Parents Travel, O.C.C. To race a top fueler Tour Europe, College College ...asf jeff Fier Newport Beach, Calif. To really learn something After changes we are more or less the same Van Forsyth Indianapolis, Indiana News broadcaster Father Attend a University Cindy Fischer Oakland, Calif, Secretary james Dean, j.B.D.C. Traveling Carrie Foster Newport Beach, Calif. Y.P.K.R.W.N. jenne Fletcher Portland, Oregon Architect, Travel Cal Poly SLO Linda Franklin Upland, Calif. Music Therapist All that we deeply love becomes a part of us. 'Cir Robert Frederick Ronald Freeman Barry Froisland Alford L. Frost Havlock N C Inglewood, Calif. Salt Lake City, Utah Morristown, N.j. Achieve the most and To live an upright Veterinarian People all wrapped up in strain the least Christian life Grandfather Froisland themselves make very Fx Mayor N orty My Father College small packages. Kimberly Floyd Pasadena, Calif. Teach disturbed children My Mother College Q? .., .,..-,, Linda Franzke Vancouver, Canada Painter R.D.E. and S.L.C. leffery Ward Frum Harbor City, Calif. Well educated and happy Father U.C.S.B.g Surfing -af .2.5L.+5i?.L T? , . .4 ' Mike Gabriel Newport Beach, CA Lumberjack "Pretty sketchy" Susan E. Gee K Pasadena, CA You have to make the good times yourself Laurie Gilbert Tuscon, Arizona To be a croupier Gay and Tolen Graduation Shelly Gragg Kathleen Gaddis Santa Monica Lawyer or teacher of handicapped kids Winston Churchill Gary Gick Alhambra, CA Rock and roll star Richard M. Nixon U.C.L.A. lack Gomez T.M. None Andy Graham 1-0 Linda Gaffey Chicago, Ill. A.D.A. Gater Tim Giel San Diego, CA 10 Lori Goodman Los Angeles, CA Doctor and travel C.S.U., Northridge Annamarie Granillo Irene Gall jesus I do not know Bobbi Gilbert Pasadena, CA O.C.C., work, travel Debbie Stacy Goodspeed Newport Beach, CA Erick Bechtel Getting married 81 Hawaii Kitty Grasso abut. Renee Garnier Kim Gilbert World travel My parents Academy of the Rockies ldylwild Q Giuliana Gotuzzo Lima, Peru Stewardess My mother Good luck for everyone Claudia Grau Santa Monica, CA Los Angeles, CA Los Angeles, CA Belmont park, CA Mom and Dad Contracting To become a R.N. Pro Napkin Folder Be glad for life, it gives "Skiing" Mom Qongnas Khan you a chance to love Paz en el mundo To Graduate 193 Nancy Gray Newport Beach Opera Singer, Richard Wagner Being a Chantelle Lisa Gustafson Shea, Robin! Ar Dave Hamilton Pasadena, Calif. Only time will tell. David Hanson San Diego, Calif. journalist College The cltix l met isa fxliu M Diane Griffith Pasedena, Calif. Lovann, To water ski with Nancy M. P.E. with my friends, Robin Guzik Los Angeles, Calif. Shea, Lisa! 4 Kristin Hammeras Mr. Wentz MMGF Bron Harlan Portland, Oregon Mr, Wentz Traxel Xl?-1gTL7l'l!'lillT Lisa Grupe Merrilee Guzzetta Pasedena, Calif. lose Cuervo, college Another tequila sunrise. Lori Hammerslag Greg Harold Santa Monica, Calif. To gaff Colt's swordfish Love the one you're with Constant pursuit by Betty Janette Guerrero M-4.1-v Don Haid Newport Bch., Calif. 1980 Olympics, Gabriel You get out what you put into it. The Last... Robert Harris Hanley Sebastopol, Calif. Steve Hanley The day I quit football Scott P. Harris Marinas Trench Oceanographer Robyn Grahamn U of Miami joanne Guichon British Columbia, Canada To enjoy life, john Denver. Love is like peanut butter, spread it. Mike Hall Denver, Colorado Down hill racer jesus Christ. Love it or leave it. Ron Hansen Monteray Skiing lnstructer Hugh Heffner Lisa Harrison 5 Timothy Hartman Pasadena, Calif Airplane Pilot Abraham Lincoln College Tim Hatch San Francisco See the world My father Impilla in ci David Helfrich Leilani Hendricks Oceanside, California own a Porsche Endinboro college in Pa. Kevin Haug Newport Beach Not all those who wander are lost Working on Serendipity Andrea Herman Newport Beach, Calif My Grandfather 'MV Barbara Headden Mineral Wells, Texas To conquer Mogul Hill Mom and dad Robert Hertzberg California To be sucessful To live boring is to not live at all. Louisa Hirsch Lee Ho Tina Holden Lori Holznecht To be Head Teddybear Westwood, Calif. Pasadena, Calif. Orange, Calif. Fun city Vince Lombardi Freedom rider Move out, get a job Grateful Dead in San Basketball with Dale About nil and a dog. Diego Hagey Leedie Lighdie Loadie My mother Wendy lean Heaton My mother jigsaw pass, alright Lisa Hinshaw Iohn Hooper ww, john L, Horn lill Hornett Carla Linn Hosmer Karyn Houston Brian Hovnanian Bakersfield, Calif Hammond, Indiana Newport Beach Modesto, Calif, Retire at 25 Doctor P.W.A. My parents Go Navy My parents College Rally at the trailer meeting my friends October 22,1973 Ann's new car Cindy Hughes Bob Hulse Newport Beach, Calif. Professional Actor Lawyer Chic Hearn Becoming an International Thespian NS jackie lackson Connie Hutchinson Newport Beach, Calif. Live on a farm and train horses Travel, College Lori jacobi Pasadena, Calif. Zunzol The Phil Kings "Sunday morning showers" The Tapes Mattlames Hunter Hutchinson Kimberly Hyans City of the Fallen Angels Pasadena, Calif. P.H.D. in scatology Nurse My Dad My Father ...Friends O.C.C. Douglas1.lensen Laurie lewell Detroit, Michigan Change Ray Bradbury College l Rick john David johnson leffery jones Susan Jones Gerhard lurinek Syracuse, New York Wilton, Connecticut Pasadena, Calif. Munich, Germany My Mom and all my Dads Brain Surgeon Sail around the world To make the most of life lerry Garcia D.C. Ingrid Pedersen Relax "Es Bueno" O.C.C. - --ff' Gayle Kanzler Abbe Karges Rick KSSPGV Phil Kaylor Sabrina Kazarian Newport Beach, Calif. Burbank, Calif. Newport Beach, Calif. Orange, Calif. Steve Winwood Musician My fantastic Parents "Tomorrow's dream to Love, the one thing no me" one can take from us.. Newport Plan Kurtisl. Kearl Santa Monica, Calif. Lawyer Spencer W. Kimball A mission and B.Y.U. J Gregg Kelly ln the water Lisa Khatibloo Tehran, Iran President of the Universe Myself jon King Burbank, Calif. To be more like our Winnie Kehoe San Rafael, Calif, Buy my Dad a yacht Go as far as you can and as fast Ken Kelly Santa Ana, Calif. To enjoy life to it's fullest My Parents Vicki Khatibloo lana Kingsley Newport Beach, Calif. Rodney Allan Rippy . ,J 119' LA Robert Brian Kell lill Kelleher Bill Kelly Pebble Beach, Calif. University Peak Karboash, Moracco I thought you had the paghourii,lulie, .. 1' 5 2 E L Curtis Kennard Kimm Kennedy Diane Kenworthy Long Beach, Calif. Sendai, lapan Portillo, Chile Commercial Pilot Marine Biologist Air Force Acadamy My Parents Go for it! David Kilmer Bud Anderson Colegio Monday Morning Blahs lt's only a game Dianna Kirkpatrick Arcadia, Calif. To be supported in the Creator The day the birds got fashion of which I am not HOWIQQS go home! me "TWICE" accustomed College, Travel Carolyn King Orange, Calif. jeffrey Harris King Palo Alto, Calif. Brendan Foster My Granny could run faster Karen Kirkpatrick Glenna Klein 'tiff' lan Kliewer lim Klingensmith john Klohs Tracey Knight Ann V.Kf1ill Reedly Newport Beach Hollywood, Calif. Los Angelas California Musician My parents A.C. Baken Aspiring artist R.B.F. lonah C. KI iewer Set go My mom and dad Hosea 10:12 Have Bass will travel Think positive Dori Koll Nohea kalani Kopa Mary Kotob Nicholas Kovalenko Guy Krause Little pat, little Carol, Hawaii Los Angelas Newport Beach Scotia, California little Les, little Dunk All the teachers l've had Medical doctor My dad, IKM Kiss it off, kid All those football games College The good times Feb. 14, 1972 with Ciriff Meeting people EH? l David Kupferman Stephanie Kuri David B. Kurrasch Dana Kwock Rick Lada New jersey Los Angelas Santa Monica, Calif Honolulu, Hawaii Canada Burt Donald My father and P.W.C. To make the A.A.U. My little bear To live life happily Instant Karma, it gets College in Hawaii lunior National Track College My brother you good, Team The last day of school 26 'lqa . -i Debi Lagios Chicago, Illinois My mom Timothy Micheal Harold W Glory Laljer New York City Lawyer My mother Summer Vacation Ronald Lamerton Bill Lane Cathy Larson Northridge, Calif. Covina, Calif. Paul Lind Home Economics Work, make money Oh-O-Kay To live and be happy Angie Larter Arcadia, Calif. Let us not look back in anger nor forward in fear, but around in awareness. Liann D. Cook Orange, Calif. Child Care Gary D. Rutherford To the one I love . . . wtf' -'ffl' Lois Linn Los Angelas, Calif Mad Scientist The day we played God in Mr. Burge's Advanced Biology class Leslie Locey Cheryl Lash Louis E. Libbey ll Rich Yardley: A christian with guts, who cares enough to listen, understand, a help... thanks, Brian Lippold Newport Beach, Calif. Henry Kissinger All it takes is a little confidence. Bruce Long ev Shelley Lash San Bernadino, Calif. My parents Let's go in the b.b.b.- is that A.O.K. lohn Lillicrop Cleveland, Ohio Become an auto mechanic Mr. Green C.H.S. Goto college. lonathan Little Oakland, Calif. Cartoonist Reggie Dwight She'll have to do! Dan Loomis Kathy L'Ecluse Orange, California Farmer, peace corps U.B.A. You are what you want to be. nv Kevin Lindquist Glendale, Calif. To become a veterinarian My father College lim Leith Santa Monica, Calif. Getting out Gregg Linhoff Newport Beach, Calif. Travel around the world Do what you wanna do .lack Littleton Newport Beach, Calif. Musician My dad Off to London 4? Amy Lloyd Southampton, New York Mickey Mouse Playing the role of Hellen Keller in the"Miracle Worker" Sarah Loomis Ron Loumeau To be happy in whatever I Summit, New jersey do My mother Do it if you want to, but When I met Kristin don't get caught. Hammeras The Streakers l Mark Louvier Susan M. Lynn Waterbury, Connecticut My family Nursing School No Problem! 4111 Morgan Marchak Los Angeles My brother Michael LetsgointheB B B 49 Debbie Martyn Redwood City College Notre Dame CMCCPL PN Easter P S Jn. Marc Lovig Ontario Writer WaltWhitman Creative Bum Patrina Mack Miami, Florida College Nothing brings you peace but yourself. Nancy Anne Marinos Newport Beach Pee-Pa Move to Mountains to go to school laimie Masterson Van Nuys, Calif, Architect- lnspirer -49' fc'-'fr Mandy Lowell Deborah Anne Lowitz Denver Colorado ACIFGSS To follow Gods will Jesus Christ all four years Greg Mahoff Los Angelas College See ya 'rj Ron Manciet Tucson, Arizona Public Accountant My father Trip around the world Lisa Marks Anne Marthen St. Louis, Mo. Live a happy life My father vacations Diana McAleer Hollywood, Ca. Horse Trainer Rodney Jenkins OCC Kym McBride Harbor City, Calif. To be helpful to others Travel Whats Shakin 've Flossie Lowry Benjamin Mann Newport Beach, Calif. Writer and Photographer Kissing Berniece Goldberg beneath the missletoel jeffrey D. Martin Newport Beach, Calif. Tom McCafferty Covina, Calif. To live rich Parents, Patty graduating Eg J 5-'Siam Y Lisa McCarthy Terri MCCleeary Newport Beach, CA Mom and Dad CMCCPL-PN "MunChll" quasi Brian McCune Pasadena, CA Hieki Mikola Boot Camp Go for it now Russell Meisinger Sean McCarthy Santa Monica Forestry and Sailing Sail Around Halloween '73 K'- gif Mike McConnell Newport Beach, CA Actor Being flogged in Harbors' basement 4 -6 Kelly McGillis Burbank, CA Actress Tom Bradac Remember Bradics' Babies Samuel Mello Newport Beach, CA Industrial Designer C.H., K.B., CC., R.E. Where's Frank? Tracey McCarthy Newport Beach 4. nn' v-'P Marilyn McCord Newport Beach, CA To live a happy life j.B. Michelle McCowen Newport Beach, CA Father College as vp., Dayna McCartney -9. 40' WJ Pete McCowen Orange, CA 'fer loyce McVay Los Angeles Halloweenie Baby ' 'frfs -.- if if A H, ' Y, "V l. ..!' 1 Tim McClary Podunk Mr. Zig-Zag Quip ne quip nad "None of them were" 3- Brett McCulloch Inglewood, CA Play Classical Guitar well Cat Stevens Tamara Meehan Phoenix, Arizona Lawyer Tour of Cal. with the Daddy Band-Camp Cronkite 7 - Pamela Merritt Gene P. Mertz Nancy Meyer Norristown, Pa. Alhambra Culver City To be the best l can Mr. Peterson Conservation College Ring aroundtheWhat? O.C.C.84S.L.O. Nov.'I,S p.m. The day I got out DeAnne Mickaelian Palm Springs, Calif. Psychiatrist My Parents Der Tag Willie Kommen fi? Meghan Miller Newport Beach Tim Hansel O, the green wothe botheth Maria Molnar Hungary Artist Cheryl Live and let live Sheree Moritz Live each day as if life has just begun Severi-Iwo, rgigflif- two.. Being .' llacv- ' Tom Miller inn. ,f Valerie Miller Valeria Molnar Hungary OCC A.F.S. Halloween Party in '73 Ed Morse Highland Park Forestry My Father - lohn Denver 'lim ltflriving and College lonnette Miller Newport interior Decorater Travel and college joe Milligan Syracuse, N.Y. Doctor My first day here Kevin Montgomery Orange, Ca. julie Ann Miller Teacher U.C.L.A. 'fSunshine" Tennis, skiing and dance Candi lo Mtchell Dayton, Ohio C.N.B. Craig Moon Kathy Miller Newport Beach Physical Therpist College Hee, Hee, Hee Lauren Cydni Mitchell To act Tom Bradac College "Story Theatre" Chris Moore Los Angeles Electrician College Thank God it's over! Jeff Morton Wendy Mouton William Mudro Butte, Montana Police Officer Dad College Dane Muhlig Colorado Moltarl l.C. EH? Jacque Mutter Friends "I don't know. Why don't we go out to lunch?" Calvin Crest Robert Nelson Newport Beach, CA To be a music teacher Richard England "l'm glad!" Vicki Nixon Oildale, CA Stewardess Grandmother Rallies as a flagtwirler Lori Mullan Newport Beach, CA To be a rnillionare College Monica Myers Burbank, CA My Parents Learn as much as you can in life Brad Newell Washington D.C. Dentist jerry Lopez "Surf Hawaii" Kathrine Dawna Noack Hoag Hospital Veternarian Helen Keller 81 Mrs. Haig OCC , nt Kirk Mulligan Pasadena, CA Non-Ratrace Evel Kneivel, Papillon Viva El Ka-Bong Laura Naczkowski A friend is someone who knows all your faults, and is still your friend lm ' -WP 4 1 ,jg l T Vincent Mulroy Paul Murphy Santa Ana, CA Sailing College Chip Nedeau Pasadena, CA Tennis The Rocket To be the Pro Andrew Neisser Newport Beach, CA Lawyer My dad 8: brother Being "Linus" in YAGMCB Alexis Newman lohn Nichols lon Nisbit Newport Beach, CA Sydney, Australia Music College 'ah Kim Nona Tomas Norlander Kim Norton Joliet, Illinois Uppsala, Sweden San Diego Secretary To be a doctor "Let today embrace the Mom 81 Grandmother Going back to school in past with remembrance Go to college Sweden and the future with longing" Q William Novick lohn Oberman Susan Odell Inglewood, CA Van Nuys, CA College Mother Cal Poly San Lius Obispo "Live and enjoy" A Carole O'l.Ogl'lllr'l Carey O'Rielly Pro Photographer lfor Playboy Magazinel Ralph Nader Quality not quantity Brad Ostman Whittier, CA .db Ken Parkford Pomona, CA I, Paul Getty My Dad Newport Beach is fading "oh, Maxi" Pam Palmer Gary Parker Los Angeles, CA To live in Oregon Mr. Douglas 20" Dwain Pautsch Kim lRusseIll Peacock Christopher Peck San Diggg, CA Pasadena, CA Housewife Ed Russell To Be Happy it-T " L- CY' Dale Offstein May 19, 1957 Mike Ostman Montebello, CA Civil Eng. College Chris Pattison Altedena, CA To be happy Pam Playing Volleyball Bruce Penhall Marry a rich ski bunny Ma and Pa European Long Track The day I leave loe Oliva Los Angeles Michelle Polich To become a lumberjack Seeing 81 meeting friends Liza Paige Atherton, CA Scatologist Elton john Scatsburg U of Scatology i l Dean Pautsch I ski and "B" Reerlie Oles West Covina, CA Frank Zappa Fun City Grateful Dead in SD Ann Perry Pasadena, Calif. Biologist You can't do just one thing. "2..I'7 Catherine Phillips its Dennis Poston ' l Kim Perry Burbank, Calif. jesus Christ Act the way you want to be. - -me Mike Phillips Bellflower, Calif. To be a pilot My parents C'est la vie Scott Pfeiffer St. Louis, Missouri Open a motorcycle shop Maleon Smith Work john Phipps Leslie Ann Pfischner Interior Decorating Life seems brighter with a smile. raid QQ' ...av Debbie Pitt Newport Beach, Calif. Nurse ' Parents College .ff-in. Karen Philbrick Covina, Calif. jesus Christ College Oh, sure. .. Karen Platfoot Toledo, Ohio Rock and Roll Star Boys ' Graduating Sue Pothoff Kathy Pratt William Prichard james Purdy Newport Beach, Calif. Be a nurse My friend, lo Oh. . .really? 17237 Steve Pyle Pasadena, Calif. Decie Richards Orange Coast College Upland, Calif. james Scott Reid Ron Reno Amy Richardson Lori Richardson Santa Monica, Calif. Surfing Newport Beach, Calif. Montebello, Calif. My parents Coach Wilson Doug Registered Nurse To be a lifeguard at Alta Cherish yesterday, My father ...See ya later. ., remember today and Golden West College strive for future .,,,,f4l' Steven Richardson Lisa Richey Sandra Richey Buddy Richley Pizza Alright My Parents Mountains, plants, and creeks, -Nl' 4, fl , P -15' A Robin Ann Ringblom Denise Ripley Robert Ritchie Alexandria Virginia Morris Adams To go to Palm Springs Summer Field Studies '74 Wendy Roberts Lynwood, Calif. To live in the country Work .us ffV' Richard Rockne Las Vegas Nev. Doctor College Placerville, Calif. Ben Robertson Detroit Mich. Five Nights at the Forum My Father Linda Roe Oakland, Calif. Goto College Oh C-od! Michelle Robertson San Bernardine, Calif. Veterinarian College Make somebody happy! Bryan Rogers Newport Beach Paramedic, Medicine Dr. Dan Stringer College Hermosa Beach Marine Science Move to Zambeezee Newport Plan Melody Robbins Covina California Pre School Teacher Mr. Van Arden Sanderson College-Pre School Robert Robertson Steve Root Whittier Calif. Artist Ricky Griggs, Rembrandt The day I graduated Lauri Rinaldi LA, Mom and Dad Relax! Dog pile in Yosemite '74 Kyle Roberts Dallas Texas Vet. College. Charles Roblin Seattle Washington Goto University of Southern Calif. ,,.,a-wr Craig Rose Newport Beach H Coach Wilson Photography, College Painting of the Pipe Gerry Rosellini Alhambra, Calif. To become a veterinarian My parents U.C. Davis Marc Roy Bermuda Retire at 40 College C.I.F. Steve Sargent Los Angeles U.C.S.B. Architect L.B. The day I left Harbor Robin Ross-Duggen Long Beach, Calif. To find myself, Heres to everyone and of course- Rhino's forever! Susie Rubio Oceanside, Calif. Dale Saunders Kelly Rossen Newport Beach, Calif. Auto Mechanic Mr. Vaugan Toni Rossi Pete Rovazzini Bishop, Calif, Di and Mr. Wentz Have a family, college Going to Europe Danny Mercy! ...and then I woke up. Graduating Cinda Rudy Cleveland, Ohio College, Harvard CMCCPL-PlV Morri's Final "9' Paul Savasky Lynwood, Calif. L.B. DeColumbia Travel Tres. after second jeanmarie Santy Marie Sargent Sale, Victoria, Australia Doctor Work in a Hospital Snoid Miss Staub Be good to yourself Graduation 34 to 56 Donna Sawyer Gail Schildkraut Mom, Dad and Donna KW' Lee Sqhlenker Robert Schneider Leslie Schone lartef Sdtraegle Peggy Schraegle Denver, Colo, To be rich Professional Dancer St. joseph, Michigan To be a doctor S.C.K. College K.O.B.-lt says it all 69 73' ' ,, ...f 4 r i ' fm? " lf f W V 3, vm . ,-.. W... ' ,if , W g 1,24 ' 'V' "ff Randy Schroder Los Angeles Q l jamie Schultz Morristown, Newjersey Hyemehosts Storm Travel 1 1 Cindy Schutt Los Angeles Artist jesus Christ MaryMount College if . F i , t' leel, iff. ' yi- W, . i , ' fl fy 4 4 , gf Z ,ga ys , , , 1 f I 9 'f si AVI f O!! M a f, , 2 ., I Dave Schwab Buffalo, New York Lawyer Father Chump Leslie Scott julie Anne Searles , Patti Sebek "jeff" Michelle Secor Newport,Beach, Calif. International Relations ' Hollywood, Calif. To my parents and all My Parents, Mr. Glennon A true friend the good times! Friends College and the cello I Cor. 13:4-8 skiing, tennis 81 sailing! Carrots 81 Orange juice Graduation, tfree againj Carol Semeniuk Arcadia, Calif My parents Beaming the light at Les and Pat rf' julie Sheflin Newport Beach, Calif. ziffzfge "5 ' fl Dave Seymour Orange, Calif. Coach Dale Hagey To eat wild hickory nuts Making C.I.F. in 74' we-.. if Curtis Shelley San Bernadino, Calif. Design Draftsman jesus First day of school Brad Shafer Newport Beach, Calif. Skipper, Fishing Tom Durr W.F.O. Band Dan Shepardson Newport Beach, Calif. Make a Million Parents Finally braking the 'l2 ,311 W David Shaw Varela Sheree Santa Monica, Calif. Dental lab technician Paul Ziesing Working with Mr. McCoy Alan Schwarz Newport Beach, Calif. Commercial Advertisin George Harrison Explore the world Laura Sell Play Volleyball for SDST. Father 81 Mr. Echternach Harrassing Olhoffer! S.F.S. 84 Mexico wfBiom Leslie Ann Shea San Francisco, Calif. Elementary School teach Peter St Kathy Shea Alan Siegrist Y Cali Ji trim Ili iid .-lx 2 'i is Mike Siegrist Holly Simpson Paula Siler Nursing My Parents Being a "Super Soph" in Mr. Adams class. Kim skilimg C 'ga X af i David Simmons Chris Simpson Honolulu, Hawaii Bill Slingsby 'I' i 4. Denise Smith julia Simpson California Composer The Beatles, Wagner, E.A. Poe Kenneth Smith 355 "Quit Omen" Teacher of Deaf Newport Beach, Ca. New Zealand Tennis player fiem Parents To stay deceiving Barry Kanipuni Basically Mort and Al Once a sporto, always a Bigwed Unknown Lab in Chemistry Sailing away sporto 1 J A Linda Smith Teri Smith Scott Snykers Mlichael Soto Steve Southworth my Chicago, Illinois Newport Beach Architect joe Phillips Newport Beach Goiiafiii Take it easy and Smooth Work Mr. Oliver College Architect i , Meeting S.W. OCC Going to London with the My Grandfather led Graduation Drama Department OCC NS, Matthew Spangler Robert Sparks loe Spiller Kathi Sprenger Cynthia Spurlock Burbank, Cal, Burbank, Calif. Santa Monica, Cal. My Parents Attend college Friendship is to be purchased youfre O-K' if you only by friendship. K.O.B. Vw-fax 'Nb Susan Margaret Stamper jeffrey Starr Grant Stenger Sandy Stevens Mark Steverson Dancing "Giselle" with ABT The Artists To be nobody else Young, Rod McKuen Europe '75 -M-QV f, af X0 Jeff Stewart Pamela Stewart Rod Stinman Ricky Strauss Thomas Straw Calexico, Calif. College-UCI Newport Beach Norwalk, Connecticut Newport Beach Finishing my year of My Father Skier My Parents Chemistry-But I love College Billy joel K.O.B. or A.B.C., that is you Mr. Dukes! "Make it forever" College the question ,.,,,., V? fl Ann Strazzulla Lani Strom Ron Stroner Dental Tech. San Luis Obisbo Alhambra Parents and G.A.K, College Someone who is his own OCC Travel Noway Cindy 1 f A 5 , ,, r Q 'fs'-1' X A ,.,- Michelle Stumfall Robert Redford Goto Europe You C-oon Mr. Bauermeister's class Squirt Sturtevant Newport Beach Builder My Grandfather Tony Sundberg lim Sylvester Debra Tauger BrentTaylor julie Tedesco La Mesa, California Long Beach Ski instructor in Sun l6SuS Cl1fiSI Lynwood, Calif. Bdwbdll gm-,lr Valley, Idaho The nite 40 rolls of T.P. Mom and Dad get K, ini, Spider Sabich and Elton were hung onloe HN .vc-Q, gg T. Mr. Dukes' class Robinsons residence leff Tendler Torrance, Calif. Millionare My brother Scrub Robin Thornberg leni Trant Fukuoka,lapan Temple marriage Spencer W. Kimball Eh! Altan Uykur Izmir, Turkey Ataturk The day I was first introduced to students. Brian Theriot - ri-. ' ND!! james Thorson Brainerd, Minnesota Navy for 20 Mom, Dad Going in the navy Ar " .f' .A X William Tupman Newport Beach, Calif. Travel San Vaccaro Yonkers, New York Keep smiling, you'll get there Leaving it. john Thomas Backers Field, Calif. Architect College .GK - 1' Zia' MY Vicki Tilton Hillary Ulyate Los Angeles, Calif. Dudley Smith 2f1f74 4,-, in Vicki VanCleave Chicago, Ill. To survive Mr. Wentz Oh Puddy Leslie Thomas Pasadena, Calif. My parents Marry for money ,!r'W'Q . .1' JM' Don Thousand Detroit, Michigan To enjoy life My father Feels better naked Leslie Upson Wiesbaden, Germany My parents 'V' Kevin Vickery Oceanside, Calif. Horticulture Scott Thomas Los Angeles, Calif. To be elligible College When I was a freshman Holly Tillman Lexington, Kentucky My parents, Mom V. Merci, mon amie junction Peaklette K. C. Uyesugi Newport Beach, Calif. Dentist Parents Getting out of Harbor Rosemarie Vagado Camden, NJ. Not to live an everyday life. College Sherri VonDelden Tim Vorkink Eileen Emma Wach Bob Waddell Glendale Santa Monica, Calif. Forest Ranger Costa Mesa Kaui Accountant ledediah Smith, Bill Greg Lake Neil Young joseph Smith Burge, Dave Meyers Traveling Mission Ho! Thomas Walters To sail to Hawaii Uncle Dale Northern California Life is what you make it Wendy Walker lody Wallace Corrie Ward Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. On back David Warner Chicago, Illinois To enjoy life john Echternach University of Calif. jonathan Waters Leslie Weatherford Encino, Calif. Veterinarian in Hawaii lesus, My Parents "Catch a wave" A Terry Weatherwax Newport Beach, Calif. Medical Career Work and O.C.C. ov- Cindy Waldron Montebelo, Calif. Nurse Lisa Warner Columbus, Ohio Nurse Harriet Hunter Nurse's training Laura Weber Pasadena, Calif. College- Travel jeff Weiss Scott Whitehead john F. Whitlow Chuck Williams Grange Cahf Santa Clara, Calif. Newport Beach, Calif. Redlands, Calif. To be ,wh To be happy 84 live a College Mom Dad U B p,ZZ,Cq full life. M.L.-How can I tell C r Awooo-muc-muc yOU, H ff , . , . . t 1+-,LQ-:?a?.j.4 , nh-'T 5? A. , - '. -'il' T 'TT 'J-T7 h f 11 Melody E. Williams Steve Williams L.A. Calif. . , .ai 45,31-v Brian Willis Erie, Penn. Coach Pizzica Travel- Attend UCSB Meeting N.B. a. X- -we rdf . i jefferson Wilkes Pampa, Tex. To be a doctor My Parents College Lynn Wolfe Sharon Wolfe Denise Wood Costa M9531 Ca- Costa Mesa, Calif Santa Monica, California Proffessional ice-skater To teach P-E., at Harbor Interior' Designer Peggy Fleming and coach Varsity and Marcia Porteous College l.V. teams College AWN iih ,7 yn: Kathy Wolf P.E. teacher My Father Summer Field Studies in '73 and '74 Marc Wilsey , x 'Q 'V 'I ' E '----S-4-if - ,. :,. Q? Z Kim S. Wood L0ri W00d Yma BlaCl4WGll Newport Beach, Calif. College My Parents When l began being call- ed Woody "NS 'if' Maria Elizabeth Wright Shannon Wonderlich Richard Yardley Robert Yardley Karen Yates FirewaterGeronimi Glendale, Calif. Ft. Wayne, Indiana Fort Wayne, Indiana Toliveand ski injune Ha-Cha!!! Nursery School Teacher Lake Qalifornia G.K.G. Debbie Yoder Alton, Illinois Going to Calif. State University Colleen Yonkers leffery Laurence Zigner Earth Artist North ,.. peyote point? Ziggy played guitar ... Being in G,A.A. and the Rose Parade Sandy Sailor Tommy Tar The junior year is the first year that students can really begin to enjoy themselves. Better classes, more electives, and more school involvement make for a better year. The prom plays an impor- tant role in this. The class officers main purpose is to raise money for the prom and to make sure that it is a good one. To do this, the junior class has put on a dance, purchased class rings, and held the annual "Tars and Stars" talent show. 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No longer are they freshmen who know nothing about the school. There is no history requirement so students can take more classes which interest them. Sophomores become more active in school activi- ties. The main purpose for the class officers is to get the students involved. Sophomores seem to become more aware of what high school life is really like. They come out of their shells and begin to grow, emotionally and mentally. lk ,-.Y. aug... s 6. W, 1 rf' -144 at 4' V i i L ., ii 3 Y' . il F 415 Q. ix .A P ,.A . 3,1 . .f-.,, .,:.g, .,. sa .,.,-5. -i Jw. ,V .- x ., -. , In '1 .f ' 3 ffm TA-va ,. .1 f--1f'r"',7 Y, -, '.-H1 '-".-1,-"fi: 1 Pr -IY ' ,.?.,,4 . 4 i -., px fu' " ,A-rn . ,H - -tf1f?5i 'I 7 .- wx 'A' ,Ii ' , -fe, 014:41 +f.mjE 'V I, 5 i ., 3 5? 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What is happening to the world when Elton john is commercialize-d? ln Dover Shores, sometimes the jets sound like they're co ning right through your living room. I ffl twat as- - f lg:-' -i-2 V, lien, I' Q ,E . , , ,, ug ..- 1, 5 ,V 1 311 If ,w , ' ,1 --, .vm YL V, if ri A2 f ' ' This year we're seeing so many movies in English the only problem is that they're all so sad. Do you always have a sick felling in your stomach when you know you're going to flunk a test? l do. I don't interfere, l just enlist in a cause. - V L ,VVV V VV L ff V'V' v r K i V- V V -V V V V s ,L . Q ' 1 '- , -iw-'1 ' . ig' ' A l 1' V ,, ' at t nl - . x X it . . ii- E i'V. WV V J st +3 . - V ., ' ,N -5 6 i I A xv V ' , A ' 4 .'i ' I 2? ' .. ibmfasasm 1 li ,M ' .1 '14 1 y if fi! , t if VA ,, t, ,., z l is -V ..5, ,. ' il! 2-1 f 211 . A x N Q . N ' ' ' "' ' SLN .f-. by Z.: D t. T ' xx .K -. r ' ,. Q ., -, tifvi ' ft.. ' Q sh, ' 'ft 4 xt I, . , L, jaw' ' 1 5 ss. K A ' " L .. x 'X A P .Aan 1. 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"' l i ' ll X if tlwihliil jj. l 44 P5931 "illt t.l ... 'Wi ' Vlr L at 'L f A -A -rf A N " L . I AV -.,Q,?i17Q1:,: i ? , .V lx V iff Q , . if "'l 5 '... 5 "Q 'lf T .V "' 4' K .gon f r X" l "3 J ff- 7 4 - ,- of .V 1 .f a ' ' X lit A 1 s y r ll Calvin johne Becky johnson Karen johnson jill lohnston Vikki johnston Ruger jones Greg jones joe jones Laurie jones Leslie jones Cary jordan Chris Keys David Kiddie Steve Killian Barby King Kristy Kirkpatrick Naomi Kirschenbaum Susan Kitchens Stacy Klein Marilyn Klinger Karen Knudsen Crew Koleta Kathy Kopp Tammy Koteles Tiwa Kotob jim Kovalenko Karen Kowalchur jack Kronstedt Tom Kuehn jeff Kuhn R. l. Kuri Steve Karons Matthew Kawarnura Evaly Kearl Kirk Kearney Greg Kehoe Terilyn Kelly Liz Kendrich Diane Kenney Dana Kenworthy Diana Laddusaw Donna LaMar james Landrigan David Lane Shelly Larkin Cindy Larrick Larry Larson Scott Laughlin Tina Layman Zenda Leake Patti Leaverton Lori Leaverton Carter Lee jeff Lee Bridget Lehman Bea Lerner loan Lewis Karin Liliebraun Robert Lillycrop Laura Lindholm Sophomore-23' David Lindquist Robert Lindsay Kirk Linn Suzan Lins Iohn Littlejohn leanie Locke Gerry Lopez Iohn Lord Beatric Loveless Karen Lynd Scott Lyon Dana Lyons Hillary MacDonald Fred Mack Tom MacPaerson Doug Mader Nick Madigan Tom Maier Elizabeth Mais Chris Manecke loy Marimon Lydia Marinos Devon Marquet Nicole Martin Jennifer Martin Lori Mascola Mitch Massey Charles Massingill Craig Masters Richard Matteson Trish McCIarty Leslie McDonald Melissa McCravran Detraci McGaw Karen McCillis David McKenney Connie McKibbin Ron McVay Carson McVeigh joe Meader Mike Mello Ioe Melloe Mark Melnyk Nancy Merrell Steve Metzger Candy Meyer Kathy Milles Carrie Miller Connie Miller David Miller jean Miller left Miller Kurt Miller james Milligan Staci Mills lames Minter Scott Mitchell John Mirtc-lslarlt Torn Monks-It luv Mottctt 236-Sophomore Y I .Vs -' A I .... .IN . 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A 4 N y, ., -L ' ' A'A' wr, ,V A , n .ifsifq r- 4 . a ---- , .gp L ' r L , J .AVF .Jimi i 'vet , 1 . ' 'iff Have you ever heard the bell ring in the tower? Neither have Q T ,A I .A . When you're a freshman and ask directions, do exactly the opposite ofwhat you're told. Remember to cover your head when the sea gulls take off. ' M, ,M Ja, K ' P .1 " . ' 1 N " f' -1 vu s-', . , r- U Me. M.-Y. - . ..,,."":.,f...-. ,, , My A 'Q' Av' W N ' ' .y X. N , ,. . ,. -I m i 'T .., Q I' , 'dv s X -fl, f ' .s . , 4. L W ' W i f , ' "'2 f- iq 'Q Q- ' - 1- A ss . - x 1 - r ' W P L! 3 7 fc - '.'1,Lsqy' . ff- :gl .Q ' ' .Q -Q5 2 , f V 1, X - at I , W . V3 t ' A X Q 'X ,n l nl ,xlib ,K Q ,. V L e .. f ,QV J -K . X L 94" N 75 . tg - . - t :iff .fl P ' ,- - ' ' L I u' 'z I ,ff nw-5 mi it t- . .1 A -' .ak AJ, . - x L, . .5 3, K 'hw , . L L I 1 f 1 ,V, r M.. 2 L , - ' so 'A'A 'W ., - ' . iff, " -' 4 ' "1 A ""'i 1' Q. F ff? ' - .,.- -V 1 Q l '. , ' if Q 'f JE 1 . 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X i. ., is 4 Q Tonette Rondini Rick Rosan Carrie Rosburg Tony Rose Apri Rossi David Roum Mark Rucker Kristy Ruso Lori Sacre Bruce Salvati Beth Salvatore Nick Santangelo Patti Santoro Carolyn Sauer Iohn Sauage Michelle Saurer Danny Savasky Lisa Sawyer Howard Schaff Steven Schock Robert Schmidt Cliff Schmiesing Doug Schulman Mark Schumacher Rolf Schwalbe Brad Schwan Bill Schwerter Brian Shafer Benjamin Shan lay Shapcotte Larry Shapiro Philip Shapiro Dan Sharp Iinafer Sharp Terry Sharp Greg Shaver Laura Shelton Peter Shelton Chuck Shepardson lill Sheppard Michelle Shipley Laurie Shulda William Shultz David Siegel Tom Sieh Elena Silva Stewart Silva Andy Simkins Sharon Simkin Phil Simone lim Simpson Kate Simpson Drena Sinnett Marc Sintkin Mark Slevcove Lisa Sloan Ienny Smart Eric Smith Eric Smith lanet Smith Sophomores-2 Kim Soto Mike Spraitz Charlotte Spurlock Sue Standage Monica Starleaf Rex Staten Kim Sterling leffrey Stevens Dean Stevenson Greg Steverson Marina Smith Mark Smith Mark Smith Mark Smith Tom Smith Thelma Sneathen Lew Snyder Tari Soderling Sandy Sorge Don Soss Craig Stewart Dale Stewart leif Stewart Tori Stockham lane Stoddard Margarita Stone Carol Stoneman Susan Storver Robert Strauss Sue Straw Leanne Stomgren Mark Stroup Diana Sturtevant Sue Styll Mary Subcasky Denice Summers lay Swanson Gloria Swanson lay Swanson lon Swedland Maureen Sweeney Tom Swift Peter Taylor lim Tessers Bob Thagord Cindy Thompson Pam Thorn Raun Thorp Ted Tillman Steve Timmons joseph Todd Iohn Torian Matt Tozer Alan Tracy Mark Trapp Peggy Troegner Patrick Tupy George Turek Tom Turner Shona Tutt 240-Sophomores 51:31. 15-11. . . - , , f .- , .-.4 - 1 . an . , 5 V, . .V . . A "1 W, .1 , if . U fl . - ,, ini' V. N Q. , .V I 'ln gV , ? , , gg: 5-:swf V is-N'f?y'f?c'p, . . " I hate car rallies! Last time I took a left after the second stop sign and wound up inthe middle of the runway at Orange County Airport. It seems like the days I do my homework, it never gets collected, and the days I don't do it, it does. 4, f-1: - ff N - V, -.M li M Q5 1 A17 NL all YQ? V- AZN: ,:N, : A .V 6 g .Li I V- ., , , ' 'F ' . ' -- . ' . ' ff. . . 1. . I 'a" 1 W- 4-3 gy., f' . I I- J .T f- ' J '-3 f,V,.:'t -:L-112111 ' " .- .f fa 'M 522 4' V . ., :,. ,. . ' 'i ,f " " A Q f r If they keep sand blasting the graffitti off the olympic pool wall, there isn't going to be any wall left. Our Physics teacher gave us a problem in which some halfback was running 53,760 furlongs per fortnight. He's crazy! I 3 , -V in A I I S V 51 I, V31 W Yr- Tis? I : ' ' 1 , . 1 'V ' , " . , ,. ' r I 6 hiv? 1 . ,, .viz X - ,L W4 , , . I .J , I I 4 -5, .5 . wf , wt , .f . mf. f , . -- ----f - 1 . -' ' , . 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All of this immediately hits the freshman all at once when he enters high school life. Most freshmen just want to do what is required of them and leave. The freshmen class officers try to reverse this type of thinking. They are not as concerned with monetary problems like the other classes are, so they try to make their first year in high school a good one. They try to make the adjustment as easy as possible. World history, Algebra 'I-2, a new for- iegn language and other freshman responsibilities all make the year a little harder, but in the end they are glad they made it. ini ? cc, y A ,,,Qav-'W' si "li 'Y 'ms I 'f 9 1 1' I k 2 WHEN! . Y S Y W., 2351" ""2'? 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Ili I Mark Albright I , , LoriAllen lt Mary Allen ll' III Match Allen I ll Kammy Allred I I Phyllis Alpi l Dave Altman I , Terry Alvarez I l Don Ambrose I li Julie Anderson Il Karen Anderson Ill ,I Mary Andrews l li MelonyAngier l I Lori Anthony l l' john Antonelli l ' Mike Arnold l Carin Arrigo I IQ Steve Asahino ii I Mike Ashen l l Iani Attebery l Karin Attlesey l y Brenda Bailey I I: Judy Bailey I l Pat Baker , li Melissa Baldwin XI I Kelly Balsam II Don Barker It Stacy Barker ll I Ioy Barlett I lan Barlow il 1 l ill ' .ty II Ill 3 it I lil: I N I l I I l I l I I I , N I, Brett Barnard I Larry Barnes l Cordie Barr I I Vic Barton Brian Bastedo ' joy Baumgartner Gigi Bayley Bill Beamish Cathy Beasley Debbie Beatty jim Beauchamp I Belinda Beaumont Kevin Beck lohn Becket , Lisa Beckley I Cathy Beegan Carroll Beek Lynn Beevers Cindy Bell Doug Bender l 244-Freshmen f A 'lf' iz . 1 . fx ' :P .- " , . " i. " - .1 CZ' ' . --f' , :I ,"- IQ 4- 'V X - A L . 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Five paragraphs, or 2,000 words, due My grades were so bad last year, I thought I was going to be on the 7-year plan here at Harbor. How come I never get my picture in the year- book? Monday. Bunya! Sa' . I .. V . j , " - -f ' af V- . - V .V f , U z- 1, .X gg' X V ti-5 V O , A , 4 1 7' . J ' l gg ' g 'rt' J A H 'A . I ,W I f ,1 ff' ITS' ,g jf t I I V fx he A 1.-f ' Z1 .-I.. X ' ' 1 P-, in ' i at -:A z' .v' - f 1' ' A s I want out! , - rw ,- v r i iii' ii Q slr, W ,, , - - g s. iyiee M14 5 1 C, 1 V r s ' as sv ' , 2 if fl J L Q' l in-f L , Q X 1-' - . X ' Q' r- ' "" r 'Q-1 is 55' vi 6 it All lxxwe xt '. 3 R iii 5. LA l lf ' f l i ' Q -' H . a.,f.,,.,,,,L,L , The guys in my cooking class are such male chau- venists, they're willing to eat, but when it comes to cooking or cleaning up, you can forget it. rv W Y fv- w V I I 'A , . r . . " ui!-! "5 Bl: U ' A Q 1 lt's not to hard to figure out which kids are fresh- men, if they're not running through the halls they're the ones with the note cards that say Giroux on them. What ever happened to Space Bird? 1 N , " ' i - . ii 5:2515-2 A igai fi' : ' M J E5 "' 1. . fr ' - - V ,... . gg A 5, , .J .la m Q.. 3.3 ..,1 I - f ' .f Q . f . 5: , f -i 132.5 .sk , 1 xr, 1 ' ' , 1 1 1 q al " r u , il L ' I 'Il Bl: i - I I -ea 1 . LL? Q M . ful' f . 1 if 'H ' r,. , . - f- ' K . rr' iiiffr Q ' ! :Xa . fa ,au- 'B M 'I ,lb fail- .,., Q ii . 1 ,gi , 1' Z , ,. ,J .,,, . N V, BE-I , h , 2.3 M is 1-.L f ...-mmf ' '7 rv-' .e , 'i i ' :V e f. 'N ,. , ji Vin . 21326: -, V, X 'J' xiii! . E' 7 Emil' ' Brooks Benjamin Lance Benuregard Kirsten Berg David Berman Phil Bertini Barbara Bianchini lelf Birerri Paul Bixby Belinda Blanchard Connie Burbank Keri Bodenhoefer Shelley Rogers Pam Bos! Lisa Bostwick Bill Bowdie lanel Bowler Sheri Boyer Roger Brace Mitch Braman Brooks Brann Leslie Breckenridge Mitch Breer Eddie Brejlfus Tami Briery Diane Briggs Lori Brittingham Doug Brockmeyer lack Brooks Donna Brower Bobby Brown K Ellen Brown leff Brown Vicky Brownell lane! Broxon Lauren Bruder Kelly Brundage Mark Buchanan Steve Bullington Chris Burdorf Rick Burns Don Burns Sally Butler Ann Cadigan Anna Marie Calderon Felicia Calle Brett Camarata losh Cammer lulie Campbell Laura Canlu lenniferCaricof Freshmen Debbie Carmody Cliff Carpenter Wendy Carson Donna Cassidy Kane Cassidy Rita Castorena Mark Cauger Karen Cawthon Doug Cefali Todd Cefaratti lil Chase Pamela Chung Cathy Clark Dave Clark Lyndon Clark Michelle Clark Michelle Clark Valerie Clark Tara Cline jan Cochran Tim Conlin Debbie Corson Chris Corum lim Corum Gwyn Coulon Mike Councilman Ann Cox Keeley Cox Duke Cozad Calla Craig Lynn Craychee Sharon Croft Randy Cross Ann Crosson Alex Crump Tony Cuomo Barbara Curtis Tim Custer Charley Dale Evalyn Daniel Glenn Daulton Shannon Davidson Steve Dawson Lisa Deacon Ron Dean Pam Deling Victor DeMarquette Chris DeMott Peter Dempsey Margaret Denener April Dennis lacki Dennis Paul Dennis Wendy Dennis Robin Dense Claudia DePascale janet Devries Steve DeWilde Don Dickens Kim Dickey 246-Freshmen V , " 1 gg ? s A 'L V S js git' ' - -QV 2 .i. 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Signed, Lips Y T , v T r K.: il kij' a ' - , 1 il' s ' - 'i X 3 "' il ' -2 . - ".. . ., A r 'l . A ' ZAR. T it T . 5- 'W .iVa'M Hmk CN .' ik. A - V V . V' i ',.,, , . , is: if I " . ":' 5 . ' .. H V - . A 'g,,., 315' as s . f sfjkmmwi Yi . it .swf V t"' Q-af --rs " t""Hs-a. i S--, V N' 25, .wQ'i,,i Q l ' gawk X JMWWW :Smut . iii ai r " hw , va, Y J. 3 A N . M th ah N .- - ' . is 'VJ ' 1 L LQ. . . Ti ' t E il' ' fi i ' ' 'U 1 U is V "-- - Q ov' 'i -Jr Q ' L V ' , 5 L , gy if .N y A , - , ' . ' I ' ' ' ' X -1 'I .' ' gl -1-. 3 , L , K t s WJ! 1 5 X XA x lx: . W . 4, ', -- I -Liga " 1 mt' ' ll J , r, A 1 - . rt I xt t l -: ,At . t I R . as x What do you mean our homework's due today! I really like the bike compound, I just wish I could remember where I lock my bike. You can tell when ski season has started when all your friends are on crutches. i A ' :-, " iw ' I ' 2:-, w i 1 - .. be ,f If ' 1 ti-D .. U ,i .1 gr as t. ' VL ' V , v .- ' W -1 :1'f . 5 93 j'5 .,,,.1 -.jg iq ' I Q ' I to 5 A ' ff if-fn. I I I' Ili I Il Y. ,IL TL' 1 I A 'MQ i N N i ,J . X . E Z sr :af Q ii?" K - or , f 1. 'V Q - - 1. 'I -:I g :Jw V.: .H li t- R XA. zu -vvl X se' ri - . f r A J:3fff5'l' 1 :H 4 flmuf' The only reason I join clubs is to be in the year- book at the end of the year. I was looking forward to driving, until I dented the simulator. I need a one line quote! f X Viiz. if 1 3 ' t 515'-f."-.. r ' . . -,Q 9 11- . n I 1.'.'em'.r,1n..ff"" , an 1, i'lI5fl AII. - ' .f . " 3 .. - J Q V. J '.,A . ,I , ' A 1.x qqvv g .. T5 0 I , V' 7 5 'Q A' ',', r ww I 3 Ai' . . ' I if IIIVII ' I 7 I H I I ' V -I ll It .-.' I I it I I V H t I ' ,, Rev I , ., 1 it .i.' I I , ' fr AVbi::V L VWAV 4 bbla . 5 Q Q W? v V., . - .. M -, I I ' "Q. ' is 12222. ,fi IA. ' e i x ' fp , i ' Tammie Dixon Elspeta Dobbie lim Doner Mike Donovan Diane Doody Cynthia Dostal Marty Doubek Iayne Draganza lerry Drexler Roger Driver Lynn Droke jeff Dugan Alex Dugas Laurie Dunger Debbie Dunn Mike Durio loAnne Durkee Bill Dutton Kim Eckenweiler Scott Eddy Karen Egan Cathy Ege Tom Elliott Kirk Elliott Erin England Pam Enochs Linda Esslinger Leigh Evans Cathy Exner Rick Eymann Iohn Fallon Brad Farmer Mike Fedorchek Michelle Feinberg Terri Felde Doug Felker Drenda Fellstad Brian Fender Debbie Fetterman Shirley Field Rick Foster Tim Fier Danny Finch Kathy Fischer Steve Fischer Mike Fisher Ellen Fleming Tom Fletcher Mike Flinn Stephanie Foreman Freshmen-21 Chris Forsyth Kim Fox lack Franco Cari Freeman Cindy Frost Iulie Frum lohn Fry Dawn Fryling Raymond Galantine Cathy Gallant Susie Gallis Cindy Garber Beverly Garcia Ernestina Garcia lan Gardner Dave Gauthier Mark Gauthier Shawn Gay Lorrae Gery Bob Gibbons lane Gibbs Pal Giel james Gill Teri Gilpin Doris Glover Kit Gobel Coleman Godfrey Susan Going Frank Gonzales Tim Gooding Francie Goodfield David Goodsell Caryn Goornis Brian Gormly Mark Gotuzzo Gigi Goubert Guy Graham Scott Graham Allison Gray Taja Gray Geoff Green Georgina Gritten Mike Grothus Blair Gust Tim Hachey Brian Hagadorn Kevin Hagy Billy Haithcock Mark Hales ludy Hallquist Tim Hanley Ed Hanlon Art Hansen Laurie Hansen Keith Hanson joe Hardwick Tarnrny Harker loe Harrington Mark Harris Patty Harris Freshmen l 1 l . ' I ff' ' , 9 ,5.. , . ' , - ML.. .,-. -A' , ' , J" fir' if , s f.. r 7 A 1 y V. H mr V is I v , I , .. 1 . ' 1 'iffy 'sr fi .,?f:,q r , 6 f , G I I f I I f sis if l r r J, . .sr f , , , u , 'M - rv" Q i A I a. Y ff 1: .. fav 2:2 'Q -:?z,, 5224, gp fix F, '-- 1, ai G , 4 Q . g Q 1 r ' .,., ' ii ' ' .1 ' r '17 , V A ' , - 1 "7 - ' - 2-5,51-frixl .,:zr:.:rba', : ,, - ' 7, V, Miz' , . 1 -I 11,23 ,J - mg 1- : ' ' . r, '1 'i ' " " 4, J, r, .. V, I F , "l' r N Kwai, rlra . 'fl il 5 -1- ' A Z T. " V' V G' ,rf5'i...5a fr ' . 'A a I - W 1' X A ' 2 I 4. 'v-' : n r ,, r ff 1933223 r rr ,A f lflx it 14 Ng gn . ,- 2 rf Y' w f ' In our math Class we have a device Called "Nos- er's Rule" that will solve any complicated prob- lem. This useful theorom goes as follows: "lf you can't get the answer, change the problem." I like woodshop, but why wood? The only thing wrong with it's so foreign! N . y 'Aix V V , , 4 a F ,'rs , a Z f 4' -' .- "" A' QF - Q 'qi 12 in , Er 2511-if - if 2 , '1 r N ' 3, V' Q' ' 1 ,, V I , i . ja-7 2:21 . 4 , ,"a I 4.5" ' T i , 1 ..f ' g . f ai ' y 'A 3 'IQ- 'AA'f1 .1212 41 rr , X Q r H, , H , . My-mlm. if .sy 1 .14 y nag? U ,,, xr 5,1 'M rf, , gr-. ' YES-. 'miiil' 'im Y V9 5 133711-. z so 'S ' 4, 1 1 do we have to use foreign language is, -A 1 i rr 4 X Wxaiff! M t AN I 'iftv ,-4"-gf. 5 l 5 5 I . i I 4 t . 2 My goal is to conquer the tower. I hate all the notes we have to take in Biology. That teacher is going to sprain my brain. My Chinese teacher is so cute, I think that's the only reason I go to class every day. ' 1 . 3' . if haf' .V.. ,. ',- 5 fi .. . i . fl 5 . I 'Ii' I 'gi . 9 , "Z Aw W 'flrkl i .whiny WEA? I .as !'BfA all l W, W 1- A, I 'Bay if lxv no ' "I f I',I 2 gy mst A Ii. X, - Qin fg ifij iif I' lil 'l v' 1 .5 V . . ' lil' I1 'J I V s lit ' fl I 4 -' ' I .Q .I . I ' il ' Q I'm going looney, tuney, tetched in the head, This whole place is gooney, I should have stayed in bed. In Sims Hall it always seems that the heater works when it's hot, and the air conditioner when it's cold. ."',: ' ,e 'M .g,"'l' . , f. If Q1 1' , 1 I mf Q 2 u I' ll . , ' .. .. .1 ., 9'-,. f--'-:ii ,sf f .. l. -....f. X . F111-1' QITYIH . I ' .1 f 7313, 53,235 .74 1,4 0' fi , .I vi i , 1 A f , z ,af r.' 1 I .,, W.: AJ 54 f 3 I " t ' " ' i , 2, I I ll llll I Il . A All t I.. Q 5' I ,lg :,: . an I 5 V , L g-AA QE! ' fy. ig, I r ' I TEM' . 1:1 M I lg I L 7 V A I, wi E Q I ty ll' I , "fi ' V . I . 1 f I Af I I fare. . ,iii it if , I tilt, W1 Greg Hart Debbie Hathcock Tabitha Hasin Randy Hatfield Patricia Hatter Teri Hausman lohn Hawkinson Blayne Healey Noel Heaton Katrin Hecht Scott Hector Ramsey Hedrick Paul Helfrich Holly Hendrickson Sean Hennessee Andy Herrick Dwayne Herft Nancy Herman Tony Herrera Cindy Hersh Richard Heryford Larry Higby Barry Higgins Greg Hill Karen Hillman Kerry Hirahara Sandre Hirata Chris Hiser Bob Hodges Brent Hodges Mark Hodson Pete Hoffman Mike Hogan Eric Holland Roberta Holland Cathy Honeycutt Ron Honeycutt Sally Hood Gary Hooper Diane Hoskin Cindi Howard Laurie Howard Rusty Howard Kevin Huntly ludi Hurley Linda Hutchison Stan Hutchinson Anne Hutter Kevin Hyland Dayna Hynes Freshmen john Iverson Don Iverson Terri lncopero Lori jackson janet Iacobi Kelley lacobs Mitch james Wendy lansema Perryjanuszewski Keuin jarvis Michelle lessee Brad johnson Dan johnson Kevin johnson Linda johnson Lisa johnson Lisa j- johnson Sabrina johnson Tina johnson Tina jones Drewjones Gina jones joyce jones Robert Kahn john Kalayjian Todd Kanen Robbie Kates Abra Kaufman Roberta Kay Greg Kearns Debra Keberle Kevin Keliikoa Kathy Kendrick Brook Kephart Susy Kermode Eric Keys Barbara Killian Kirn Killian LeAnne Killian Mark Kimes james Kindred jesse King john Klevins joan Kliewer Alyson Koehler Leslie Koehn Kathy Koll Sheri Kopp Karen Kostlan Kenny Knight Dave Knox Hanna Krasel Kristi Kremith Matt Kriz Mark Kuehn Chris Laljer Danny Larrick Quin Lee Vicki Leeder Carolyn Leith 250-Freshmen .,, J K- 'ix 1 W ii X cz EY 1 It wg as .2 ? - 5 A tx fit 'w Q .x , Tir, ', i,.- P? - 21423 e -.. 9 as , in W. f A "9-fx N5 i "Z:f ij' A-A JS. . ' X 1. , if gi Y I "- , . 1 Q - N, la... r .w-- sg 5 1 ff' 3 Ti f 1 Elm-1,1 ff' 3. ' 'ring-f ..f.a.f,'3 1 fra.: f-55' '+I pa-. .3 wwe f ' fs 1 . A , X . I . ' K xnxx 1 ,L jg., w.'q3-4 "LMT fix fl.tKgyn,iLQ, S.,-f1r...'1 'mgjgl is i,,,'- ' e 13.13. irfj tj A H, f . 'sv ----Q'--'L - ' kb- r V. , . . V-.K , - J... . -, ei Q J , E -., , . . EQ ,. lie' , ' ' 5 i "' l - 5' -JV' . A dl ' H ff 1 V . J F . ' J' A - ' X, 'ea Q. 'N 'fu e' frm f , A -Q ' ' . I ' s h by t X 1 it . "1 - .4 . , f. 'K . , f ff N mr - A .. E215 wav X Y. w V . V A , f , j ""-- 'ff . f' 11.4 .V lx V ' f . . ' E : 525 '- - .f 74 . Q'.f , Lg, 5Q .ilu WA - -Elf. . . j .gf . s v ., M V . ,V E - X , lg ig' ' LJ 1 .. V' - . ' I I 7' ' ' '-is Y t , IX Q ' xlgfi - .-.. . . - f " -2 si . ' ' '- ' V 1 X 4 .. .,.3,. - N ,,. ii? H 1' ' . F 79 " 1: r vi A. L y . . j "3 t, an , 2 E, I -A.. - 1 ke. L U 15 -l Q' V may 4 I, hx ' i ' 4 ' 'ns' 4 ' 1 HV- ' . . L L a t 1 .t e- K , L ee - ji. , ' - '3'.g1v- ,.-4, y 4" K, Q ' Q. . Kia, Y V Y' f , . . .1 mt ,si , eff--ff L .1 ... f' fi if an A f. ii?-111 A' M a 1 L -L - Z s , - . Q , -xxw N 'X x . 5 H., t. N"-f ' 'i H t - IV A Q 5 at .L ' " " ? LL -h asf ill N efifiig L: , 3 I l- ' -t " f f 1 :Zi U. 2. S KN x K .wth K .-s . ,V 4-Q A .V 57 . 1 ft- L if :Q 132 If Q ' ' 5 if . , it X X . s , ly , A FJ A' Dissecting the frogs wasn't so bad. It was just the formaldahyde that made me sick. What is the 'Mad Eh'? inservice Days are great if I'd just remember not to come until 9:00. The only reason three fourths of the people at this school come is to socialize. 1 l 5 Q35 . ' t - ' vi . ,. , ,t . , . P as 1. 44 I .. ' 3 f" 'fa ' ..l 4,1 L L l' '- . iff? ' ' .. A M . 1...e ' :D . V.r. s 1 1 ' - " .yy Y , -.1 i f A L ,wx 5 E 2. 'if iz 52? -. 1 - 1 , A ? fx 4 Q saw, Q Z ...Q . V .,,. ,s , . .. , L ff y 7' Z3 ' the ,d 9 ' M! ' 'L' " , . 2 . W V ly , 1 . .. K 2 A , y sf at I' . -Q f A .. 1 yxay ,f g iz -' Q -f , P' . Q -. Q. , Q gf, .V ami ga ' , ., - du f 1' 'iw - 3 . l , , . ' V ' 1 - ' -, L . ' 1.1 , -I . . xv" 3, . V ' 1 I .L ...,,. - y -,., . . . f 4 Wil ,V '5 pm gif, K , 'ff gilffq V as yi if L' - ' - " 1 ff A9 i ' Ll , fu " I Paul Levine David Levy Susan Levy janet Lewis Tricia Libbey Sally Lingle Karen Linhoff Susan Lind Janet Littleton Brian Losan Barbara Loudon lim Loudon Marge Lovell Phil Lowance Kelly Loy Randy Luft Marie Lundie Keri Lundquist Mary Luther Craig Lyons Stephen Magro Luann Maclntyre Paltea Mahlman Dave Mann lack Manciet leannine Mansor Brian Maravich Matt Marshall Paul Marshall Brad Martin Leesa Martinez Mike Mascola Brian Maskrey Harry Massingill lohn Matteson Marveen Maxwell Doug McBride Tracie McBride Pat McCarthy Drew McCormick Tony McDemas Pat McDonald Diane Mckamey Kathy Mclntush Deanne McKenzie Bobby McKinlay lohn McLaughlin Tami McQueen Andy MCVay Barry McVay Mike Meehan Karen Melody Scot! Merritt Sterrett Metheny Paula Miller Robertson Miller Tom Miller Iill Mikkelsen Bruce Milligan Carol Milligan Freshmen Ellen Mitchell Candy Montgomery Darin Moody Barbara Moore ludy Moore Erneen Moran Desi Moreland Melody Morton lay Mukarns lan Murray Melinda Myers Dana Myerson Mike Nash leff Nelson Lori Nelson Marcus Nelson Chris Nesselroad l0e Newkirk Diana Nickerson lulie Nichols Paul Nicoletti Dale Nielsen Karen Nielsen Mark Nusser Lili Oberg Kathy Odell Suzanne Oelke Betsey Ohlhauer Daniel Olswang Karen Olsen teff Ortberg lim Owen Steve Palmer lamie Paniagua Kyle Parham Debbie Parker Heather Parkford Anita Pedersen Lisa Pedigo Lisa Peters .. ,.,, , -- W l 4 3 4 A j ! , f .4 1 4 1 ,C Q, P , Q At if Q x 'A 'lllx 52 'A 6 1 4 ' skil l I i we ,, ? .. i 4 fv X-. x 1 i . .K U, r 52' I 9,10 4 V? v f , ,,,z,, , L as " "" : , ,' , ff "V .. ' Jfciffn faE+s, llfifif X ei -- 3 ' if gg ' - .' . .. , P ia , - + 12 ri 1 A M, XJ 1 ' do 'ba I WV '- A 'P it . I 3 gffff' , -, , 3 , , , , V s',,,-11 ,. 1 .,,,,, 1 gf fee 2 1 , 6 . 5 : -ggzafg -f 5 21 P .,i, A M ' ff' ' A ,fw,,,.'l ax 1 K -X r - - v i g 4 -. ' A , af f ' 'V ny' ' s 3' ' sl .V V . V zziiffai -7? y ffie- f- .P re -' " " if ..: 1' 'fe 1 , ., Y-. J.. Q . f 1 7 , "' A Q-4.1 Q 'fgfx A P f t e P a HJ '- " ' , 6 ,, 3 '--.ff 'fl ' -f if ,, 'M U as - t ' iw! it ' 1 r. " ,f ' it V, Q s 5 ,.,1..2, , V I 5 , -I Q. ,H 32--W., ' :fy ' "'.',f' V' ,- .. M- ,, V-ff-""" . .5 S .A K' . I ' , y lv s 457 'QQ i -Cztefa-1 ' 1 ' ' Q9 , ' 'tl , . L I V4 if ' tw. 4- -f .. .. ,as 5 5:2 1 ,. , f Wi? t Zpiiwfh 'Q V HA 1. "-'lei . J mfg? ' '- L4 i f , ' K - im- 2-M i '33 . Pat Peters Debra Petruck Rob Pettinggill Kevin Pfeif Audrey Phillips Robbie Phillips jenny Phipps jeff Piaskowski Ron Pierotti Vartan Pirournian Teri Pomo layne Potoma Dudley Pratt Laurie Price Michele Price Kathryn Prichard Kobi Pulaski Dave Purcell Richan Putman Ross Raaberg 252 Freshmen Q atm X I .B ,Q 3,44 0. mg- Me, . ,,., f . ' " it K -fgywwwlf Q f-eziaf qyQ.? 'guy fe wa 1 X M qvyu .,., ,, , 2 't at 2 , X , g H Q , 1 e . Y ll f sl sr ' , S ff y ' ' i I1 'P if - , 4- , if . if 1 I Q e ' "ri, I 1 A -9 X .59 ' , l ill li l ' "Sf" W, X, H 'Q 3 L 5, tx Wee Q W fl Lf- ' g sl nf-.1 fi., all Waywa- A GMA' bib i.. fu 'sa '45 fi? i Q- 5 0 Rt V tv .L iw H ww.. " 1 ' f at . ru! 'frg A A' K' M A Q 2 - XS ,,.. st ,f . r w. ,Lui ,it 4,L'r'.w T' qu ggi' . g--3, . .. ... . 1 I re...-sm, I t - , l ' 9 -x t N L, 4 - T A gf' Q :K . :FY . ' Ii.. 1. 'Qi A - .. - f ,, . . ff' '-.J r' ,fi il n -I " ' Q' - l f or i i i. lll. X . t. i f A I i y .. 'X .2"s:... 'Tie ' t A Wil l' git. ' ' ll rX'll 9'?ii rl 1 V l' in , The only reason I took Foods is to be able to I wonder what school would be like without eat the food thatthe girls cook. books? Probably pretty bad, then you'd have to listen to the teachers lecture, how boring! The only way to get an A in Barnett's class is to S b bake cakes for the water polo team. Thinking about colleges is such a hassle. It makes me wonder if I should go at alll l Sewing is a good class-if you can sew. I'd rather be sailing. Have you ever looked up in the auditorium, the cerlrng rs really beautiful. Foods is a terrible class if your on a diet. . 5 "- :Q 2. V ' -1-ii' . Q ' ,i3isf:Er t . ' fa. - . is er: t T f' ,W-f -'WS A ffl' 1 Q' ij JL. , .., f t " L. ' 2:5 f ,A ,""'-Q-i., r 521' 'A . 1 i. T ' 1 V, . A. K Q J if ' Q. fi -, - A l 1 ' 23. " ' .5 . ' 'T 1 ' ' .1 4 MQW- .7 Q 'tr - -f' ,, 'J' V ' . , JT" . ,. Q 'ffl t , , Q- ' V' ' 17- ' 14 Y. 2 J-' 4 -. i . 5 i J B 5 , Q gr .4 A ..... . I M r I r 49" 'PW ai f r ' ' f .T " I 'MtAfi':'j yr 1 tfifrivjij V , f f'- o Hg' i f f f" L I W I ' A , I .. 'L .- .- "r"' " izliecfiaii' -1547? 3221? 4 fl Q Q , j 1 v V. :ii V XIX I ? I ' A qw I ,g in Q . - , 4-5.1.5-Q Qgggii ,fi . A fi - ' mls. .,-V ,V . Q . L" fl " t ' ,ggi V I ll 1 My , "ffl, ' Him' 'l" l X ' lr ' Z ,f z if I f - ' V' 5111. 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'Y K q E, r W f p 5 r f 4 3. gear: ., ..,.. ar.: L r , V . 1: , ..'-,, ,- -r r am. ,W I tn L, , L 1 - . aj f Q3 Scott Ramser Carole Rantz Maria Rebard jeff Reece joe Reid jeff Reimier Randy Reno Shelley Reynolds Stuart Reynolds Adam Rhodes Emery Rhodes Ted Richardson Steve Richley Karen Ridge Marcel Riem Lisa Rigdon Melissa Rippetoe ludy Ritch Bill Ritchie Rosellen Rivera Mark Robbins George Robertson james Robins jeanne Rodriguez Kimm Rodriguez jim Romanus David Rosch Dave Rosener Robert Roubian Roger Rovazzini Leslie Rucker Colleen Ryan Linda Ryan Susan Salvin Delicia Sampson Patty Sanchez leff Saunders Sabrina Scaccia Sara Schilr Gileen Schneider Lynn Schoonover Kristen Schultz Tracy Schutt Ron Schwalbe jeff Scott Mark Seirsen jennifer Selbv Nancy Serra Susan Shafer Sandy Sharp lohn Shaul Laurie Sheflin john Sheul jenifer Show Jennifer Shoemaker Karen Sholfner Kym Shuck David Shuyler ludy Shrader Karen Shropshire Freshmen-25 Burt Siler Alicia Silva Bruce Silverman Connie Simpson Patti Sims Dixie Singer Burt Sirota Mark Skilling Blain Skinner Sue Skinner Lauren Slaughter Roseann Smiley Brad Smith Brenda Smith Diane Smith Gail Smith lane Smith Kelley Smith Leroy Smith Mike Smith Steve Smith Tracy Smith Kerri Smull David Snyder Robert Snyder Vicki Solem Laura Soll Kevin Sorenson Kathy South Brian Southworth Mike Sprenger Dan Stekol Mike Stewart Linda Stiffler Rick Stoddard Dana Strader David Stumfall David Sturgis Debbie Subcasky Pat Sundberg Tony Sundberg Gabrielle Sutherland Vicky Sutherland Ianet Swann Kim Swanson Susan Takata Lesley Tarnowske Doug Taylor Georgia Taylor Beth Teneyck Theresa Thamer Iill Thomas Lucy Thomas Mark Thompson Sue Thomas Sylvia Thomas Bryan Thornburg Larz Thompson lohn Timmons Martcela Torres -Freshmen . I 3 3 I . - ga 'f'rg4:. M,, .5 A z H ' 'V Q 1 J mil. f-gl , , X , 3, "I TL ZA t ' 1: 1 'K ' if-I . - is ' 4-'- - .., ., i T f if 51 -' 14,21-we ::'1, 4 V -' fxf, r' 'f 1 4' i 1 f -,g rid 2 -' 1-5 , I' I -' - A .I H M? My L, A P . , ir. V., i f r l, LAN . .til , 'I -f A , lil '- X3 A ,xiii -I 1 t fa A E, I remember really looking forward to getting into Harbor, now I can't wait to get out. This year I learned how to be a really definite maybe about school. When I had Drivers Ed. they had the old simula- tors. You could go 200 mph before the red light would go on. lust think, next year I give the freshmen what I got this year. ' if i V 'ji' -,.., Us if , -V ,f,..,Y. , 'ity 4 t - ,- , new -f f 1 1- , . , -s,. --Q . 1 I. If .- 3 1 H ,fy 4, 1? 1 "Z: I - I I ' '2 :rf 1 . 5 ' 1 t ,A j 51:3 f , 1, I-rf, , .. . - ij' ,ig ,,r,. .J ,. i C 'ilvifs fr' ' ., ' rf ' V 'fic' 5 V F -'I-:gf '- ' I Q xr V, . . 52: ' v iff. 4 ' if - 4 r f '-...I . N iv, l 4 ' ff? 5. TT I as " 'te , if ' ' ' ' .. ' V 4 ,V - 1 t A 44 , ,V Y A X 'V Q, 1 V' Y ---r ' . J l l ' i' 5 .. : ,li if e:"' W lil I 1 9 r 11 1 I' I X ' I Sify. .- ' 2.3 ,, H, . 1 H 1 V - ki xiii- if T 5 . I f is , - . - , , , -ri, ., 15 -.. ,. ,. -,. -, f- W' , f, , -' " - ' W , A Q 4 litre, , 5 '- V if-' A W -1 ' I -L 'fr I If fir- .1-.sqfl i . it I I may . .. 4-13 .Qi , I Y N 'R , :He 'df xg, V I wish the nurse could give out aspirin. I hate to always carry it around. . , , - ,. . .1 ., I - H 'i H "JF , if Q 6 Q .-...NW . ll exiting. i C. N Q A Q- l - l r .- -, , ii . -, May be it would be better if each teacher gave a detailed report on the students progress, instead ofa grade. I remember working every night on Latin an I only got a C, that's disappointing! li When l'm typing the cross-out key always wears out. .W t V-Ry Maybe it's just me, but the people now at Harbor don't seem as much into getting to know- ing other people as they used to. x Have you ever seen anyone doing cartwheels up- stairs Main about 7:30 in the morning? Art is fantastic. You can do what ever you want, be creative, but then the teacher has to give you a grade. I wish they'd give A's for trying your best. xx .C wks . 44 . Q i. l -M . M.-5, v aa? x .--ff s n Q: lf. N I X-'SN Ji' -. ,ml I ' ww. I l . Q' ii f ts' ll ' X 1 8: - :QQ , ii' I by Q. N I 'I't:I ' f e- , Y, .. '1'-.f . tiri- sti-f 3 ,g ,. f' , gy L 'll 'zz V , ' I l l 4 , ' I ,l ' 'v f Max Ha 1445-f""" f , . , . K Q 4 rg. 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