Nolan High School - Lepanto Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)
- Class of 1980
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COWTOWN 1 980
Cowtown. We see Cowtown all around us. Itis in our dress,
our speech, our acts. Here at Nolan, we see Cowtown at its
best. We see people everyday in boots, hats, buckles, even
t-shirts professing our pride in our home Nolan
Cowtown. The western life becomes second nature to us.
We surround ourselves with western themes for dances,
pep rallies and other social events. Nolan is where Fort
Worth begins . . . Fort Worth is where the West begins.
Mrs. Paula Parrish, Advisor
Patti Sanders, Chief Editor
MaryAnn Luke, Editor, Clubs
Ronald Totah, Editor, Activities
Scott West, Editor, Sports
Trisha Peck, Editor, Seniors and Faculty
Charles Butler, Editor, juniors
Sonia Conzalez!Deirdre Large, Editors, Sophomores
Mickey Addison, Editor, Freshmen
Sharon Kavanaugh, Editor, Advertising and Finance
Ann Hajek, Editor, Copy
And Mary Andersen, Mary Anthony, Becki Bell, john Bra-
zelton, Deanne Brown, Kathy Downing, Paul Friday, Ross
Griffith, Judy Huskey, Chris Maguire, Fred Quatro, Phil
Schwartz, Tim Smith, David Troutman, and last, but not
least, Tim Watters.
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One of the most difficult tasks that an editor has to
do is choose one of the many deserving people to
whom we could dedicate our book. We have chosen a
teacher who recently taught here at Nolan. She was
more than a teacher to many of us, she was a friend we
could communicate with and rely on. She dedicated
more than timeg she devoted energy, enthusiasm, and
spirit to everything she did. She got to know the stu-
dents intimately, and was genuinely concerned about
their growth. For these reasons we have chosen to
dedicate our yearbook to her. We will never be able to
repay her, but through this tribute we hope to express
our appreciation for everything she has done.
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Diane Burns, the Football Sweetheart,
with her date for the KNIGHT.
Viking spirit overcame the
early obstacle of Homecoming
arriving sooner than expected.
Though no one was prepared,
each division displayed unifying
spirit by their halls and the over-
all togetherness at the pep rally.
The Homecoming celebration
was continued through the week-
end with a hard hitting game fol-
lowed by the music of Rio at the
WEEK PE PS UNITY
Sharon and Sheila show their true character during the homecoming pep rally
Mary Ann, Janice, and Patty distribute tokens of jr. spirit during lunch.
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Roy and Deanne set the pace to Rio. Freshmen shocked at first Homecoming Dance.
Seniors listen to Rio and reminisce. Anticipation awaits for the right price.
HOWDY WEEK: SEPT. 3-8, 1979
Tracy shows off his great physique for the new girls.
The freshmen were well-oriented into Nolan
High School this year. From the welcoming
speeches of the administration and Father Chris,
the freshman moderator, the students learned of
their expectations. After the faculty were finished
with the new students, it was the seniors' turn.
Howdy Week featured the typical joking be-
tween seniors and freshmen. Through singing,
leading cheers, pushing eggs and peanuts with
their noses-the freshmen were introduced to high
school life. Their journey began with the Howdy
Picnic at Oakland Park. There, the freshmen
were forced to unite as a string was run through
their clothes joining them together. The usual an-
tics occured throughout the week, in particular,
the eating of LIVE goldfish by john Marx, Bren-
non Meyer, and Bro. Rich. Howdy Week cli-
maxed with the Howdy Dance on Saturday, and
to the relief of the freshmen, their initiation was
"Is he really eating that live goldfish?!"
Freshmen and Seniors enjoy getting involved in Nolan activities
FRESHMEN ARE CAUGHT ON
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Freshmen particularly Love mods 8-12.
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Lisa leads the revolt.
"What do you mean I forgot my line?"
Eric and Mary-F act or fancy?
Lisa and Roy exchange glances.
Ushers great with a smile.
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"The Small War in Corridor Av was performed by
the Nolen Thespians on Nov. 8, 9, 10, 1979. Mrs. joy
Shaver had the privilege of working with the play-
wright, Dick Dotterer, on this unique and exciting
play. Produced for the first time since its original de-
sign, "The Small War in Corridor A" was led by
Lisa Boteler and Roy Moore as Cassie and Kurt.
These leads were complimented by Eric Petterson,
Mary Schadt, and Colleen Clark. Based on the Ly-
sistrata theory, it was a fun night for all.
NOLAN'S TRUE IDE TITY?
I'd love to dance.
The abominable Luke Doyle has never looked so good.
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Jeff s cone gets him a dance with Patti?
Stacy and Mike sail away . . . together. Undertaker George stalking his next victim.
Nolan Football rival's Homecoming King and Queen
Certainly, the identity
of Nolan showed through
at this dance held after
Halloween. Everyone was
supposed to attend in cos-
tume and it was a thrill-
ing success. The variety of
costumes was only sur-
passd by the variety of
students and faculty who
The fashionable Sanger Harris "dears".
Holidays at Nolan are eagerly looked
forward to by both students and faculty.
Carnations and candy sold by the Student
Council provide holiday cheer. At Christ-
mas time, students surprise their Kris
Kringles with little treats throughout the
week before revealing their secret
Kaki O'Brien offers Santa her cola.
"Oh Christmas Tree . . .ln
A happy elf. Deanne and Vicki exhibit holiday cheer.
This is NOT my Halloween mask you birdbrain
Mary Fenske tells Santa her
WINTER SWEETHEART DANCE 1980
Sweetheart Court Winners
Matt Bilardi and freshman princess, Cathy Ladd strolling
to the stage.
"All Fingers Bandi' provided the entertain-
'ment for the 1980 Sweetheart Dance, February
2, 1980. Snowflakes, lights streaming from the
ceiling, and a gazebo created a wintry, blissful
atmosphere for the night. After nominating
their class princesses at school, students eagerly
awaited the announcement of their
Senior sweetheart Sheila Davis escorted by Paul Friday.
Junior sweetheart Debbie Ladd escorted by Tracy Neuman
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Sophomore sweetheart Linda Martinez escorted by Ed Petro. Freshman sweetheart Peggy O'Brien escorted by Louis
THE BOURBON STREET
The King anxiously awaits the crowning.
Terry and Lenny enjoy the jazz music. Phillipa and Steve get down to the music
The King is crowned, Mark Fisher.
Susan socializes while table hopping.
Mari Schadt escorts the Backwards King, Mark
The atmosphere of the 1980 Backwards
Dance set an amazing new pace. One reason
for this was the distinctive Sandy Sandifer
Brass Band rather than the usual rock, disco,
or country bands. This year's Backwards
King was Mark Fisher, escorted by Mari
Schadt. Also on the court were Mike Crim-
mins, Paul Friday, Luke Doyle, and Kirk
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ATER GETS IT ON.
ater club h many p aces, rom Big
Thicket, Por A C nche Peak Power
Plant to Sid R h d S u Re ervation. The
group is ll d part f he Boy Scouts.
Mr. E p h ds the opera ' d the
group dit as an ecology l The
group h ff s. They include: Kurt S hnert,
Alic S b Bruns Watts, Paul G dell,
Andy Lub g d Anne Drolling but
not least, h p s are Mr Ev d Mrs.
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NOLAN'S CAROUSEL GETS AROUND
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Nolan Hugh School
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Colleen Clark .................................... Carrie Pipperige
Lisa Halden .............
Roy Moore ...........
Tim Halden ..........
Nick Brophy .........
Peggy McGill ..........
jack Agnew ....................
Stayton Swanberg ..........
Sandy Hill ...................
Lynn Bolton ............
Lisa Boteler ..........
Anne Drollinger ..
Greg Cu p
joseph Goins ........
jeff Schneider ......
Lisa Bradley ........
joe Dalton ........
. ......... .....Penny
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Billy ponders the responsibilities of fatherhood
Mrs. Shaver you're S.A.M.
Mmm! Look at those clams.
Thank goodness it's
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june is bustin out all over.
Every year rumors spread about what the spring
musical will be. After the word gets out, Tryouts are
held and the cast is chosen. Then the students anx-
iously await the six weeks needed for perfection.
This year's presentation was no different and the
turnout was tremendous. Director Mrs. Joy Shaver
was assisted by Ms. Sharon Pope, the musical direc-
tor. The outstanding choreography was done by
Miss Carlye Hughes, a graduate of Nolan. Success
was evident to fthe actors and actresses, as well as
the backstage crews who were not unnoticed.
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Actors relieve tension.
Mary had a little . . . WHAT?!
A "Concert Choir Bass"
SIDE OF CHORUS
Our beloved director, Miss Pope.
All work and no play? Never.
The year of '79-'80 will be a memorable one
for the Concert Choir. They made a good show-
ing in Galveston during May as some groups
made excellent ratings. All work and no play? I
wouldn't say so. Take a look!
Fun at "Annie.',
But I thought we were going to Nieman's.
Sing, jack, Sing.
The Varsity band prac-
ticed hard for, and looked
forward to their trip to
San Antonio. There, they
participated in band com-
petition receiving 2,s and
3's in both concert and
sight reading. It was an
exciting and prosperous
year rounded off by a fun
and rewarding trip.
Thanks Mr. Roberts!!!
"I promise I didnit
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VARSITY BAND TRIP
Mr. Roberts conducting toe-tapping music outdoors.
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Ross Griffith THINKS his joke was funny.
Every year the juniors look forward to
receiving their senior rings. This year was
no exception. Mrs. Cope and her com-
mittee organized a memorable day on
April 29. Mass was held at St. Ritais
Church and afterwards students cele-
brated at Colonial Cafeteria. This is the
first step up the ladder to graduation.
Beth Knipple receives a senior present from Mrs. Cope.
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The Stork and Peter Rabbit in the Junior zoo. "A Serious Momentn by Kaki O'Brien
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Rebecca Halden enjoys the dance. Sean Reiderer sings the theme song
Ann Rimar in tune with the music.
Senioris last formal fling at Nolan.
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Prom King Kirk Pouttu escorted by junior Duchesses, Debbie Doskocil and Diana Ochoa.
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A PROM T0 REMEMBER
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anae and her escort strut their stuff. My girdle is killing me.
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FOR THEIR EXCELLENCE
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Eric Petterson awarded for excellence in Language. Lynn Bolton receives tutoring certificate
Chaminade Award Recipient, Roy Moore.
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Patti Sanders, Miss NHS says it all.
Marian Awards Given
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Roy Moore also chosen by his classmates as their
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Carol Cirulli returning for her final
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Andy Lubrano receiving his honors
Relief at last.
Our faithful leaders.
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Robing, a very special moment.
Tracy joins his class.
The beginning walk It's beautiful
Is this where Iim supposed to be?
These gowns are so hot!!!
right: Did you graduate too?
The concelebrated mass is over.
Friday night, May 30, 1980.
Mass begins at 5 p.m. at St. Bath-
olomewis Church. The pews are
filled to capacity as parents,
friends and graduates prepare to
break bread one last time to-
gether. This is also Fr. Chris' last
Mass with Nolan students and it
brings a tear to the eye as he says
farewell. The highlights of the
Mass include the Nolan Chorus,
the beautiful mime, and the sign
of peace which lasted for fifteen
minuteslll. One of the few re-
maining ceremonies for 1980
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It is true that the Varsity cheer-
leading squad of 1980 began very
inexperienced with only three re-
tuming cheerleaders, three vet-
eran junior Varsity cheerleaders,
and two new recruits. Remember
cheerleading camp at S.M.U.?
Who would have thought that one
week could produce such a pre-
cise, spirited, and unified squad?
Their determination to promote
spirit throughout the school was
The memories etched in these
girl's minds of all the hard work
and fun times they spent together
seemed to pass as quickly as they
came. But one thing is for sure,
these fun times together, no mat-
ter how short they may be, will
not be forgotten in a lifetime.
Sing, Kaki, Sing!
Somebody slap them. VV1109 Me?
Yea we did it, yea we know we did it.
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The Vikings of 1979 played with enthusiasm,
determination, and pride. They approached ev-
ery game with the attitude that they would win
that game The Vikings of ,79 attained heights
never thought possible They played for district
title their last game of the season They finished
a strong third in district Lastly, they played for
a possible wild-card berth for the state playoffs
The Vikings of '79 possessed the one essential
quality of loyalty Towards each other the
student body faculty and coaching staff the
success attained by them was truly a super
team effort 1979 was certainly the return of
A salute is indeed appropriate to the seniors
for their leadership hard work and never end-
mg loyalty to their school The foundation has
been formed by the seniors for another super
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Viking defense toughens against Keller.
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Keller 8 Nolan 0
NAV. Justin 22 Nolan 15
Muenster 14 Nolan 28
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The team at homecoming pep rally.
Pavlas sends in a play. Vikings :PFI Lonnie scores again.
VOLLEYBALL GOES TO STATE AGAIN!
Dee Dee gets up for the return.
Coach Melinda Reas' talented squad
showed their dominance on the court
again this season. They finished the season
with a fine 12-4 record, as well as bringing
home two tournament trophies.
The Vikes were also District Cham-
pions, after defeating Bishop Dunne in a
playoff game. The team traveled to Hous-
ton for the state tournament and advanced
to the finals before falling to Mt. Carmel
of Houston in a closely fought battle.
Opposite bottom left: Dee Dee sets it up for the
Opposite right: Beth takes a water break.
Bottom left: The Vikings prepare for an important
Coach Melinda Beas.
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The thrill of victory!
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Mrs. Corbett Girls Varsity Basketball Coach.
Lois Corbett, new but ready, helped our
girls basketball team through a learning year.
Heading this team was BRIDCET BEN-
SHETLER, KofC All-Tournament Team, lst
team all-district, District soph of the year,
and 2nd team All-State, KIM WILSON, 2nd
team All-District, and SHEILA CHENE-
VERT, 2nd team, All-District.
NOLAN ATHLETIC SUPPORTERS
Coach Blair goes over last minute strategy.
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Coach Skinner rounds off the season.
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Fourth quarter chants spur the Vikings.
The 1979-80 Varsity Basketball team: David Garcia, Mark Aertker, Willie johnson, Mike Crimmins, Jim Weise,
Scott Hill, Coach Kincannon, Paul Friday, jim Phillips, Scott West, Kenny Williams, Luke Doule. Kneeling,
john Leatherwood, Mgr.
With the leadership of the few returning
seniors, Nolan,s Varsity started rebuilding in t
1980. The seniors leave the Varsity in the
good hands of four juniors who obtained an
abundance of playing time this year. Mark
Aertker, Ken Williams, Scott West and Scott
Hill create a forceful nucleus for next year.
Despite a disappointing 5-20 season, against
4-A public schools from around the Metro-
plex, individual honors went to Paul Friday
and Willie Johnson. Willie made the 2nd
team for All-District while Paul gathered all-
tournament honors at the prestigious West
Side Lions Tournament, District Most Valu-
able Player, lst All-State and lst Team All-
District. This past year was a learning experi-
ence for the players as well as the first year
coach, Bryan Kincannon.
Scott, Mark, and Luke discuss their strategy.
Scott Hill throws up a prayer.
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VIKINGS START STRCNG,
FALTER IN DISTRICT
"Ah, come on Reflv
The Vikes huddle before a game.
Paul, Tim, and Scott set up befo
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Nolan 51 Lynch ot 58
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Nolan 53 Jesuit 58
Nolan 80 Reicher 55
Nolan 50 Lynch 75
Nolan 59 Dunne 74
Nolan 63 Jesuit 64
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Basketball Sweetheart Tisha Sulak with captains, Mike Crimmins and Paul Friday.
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No one gets in Sharon's way.
Kim practices for penalty kick.
Coach Blair advises Leslie.
Left to Right-Top-Coach T. Blair, Kit Clark, Mary Thomas, Martha Girardot, Rose Broyles,
Kim Andrews, Erin Fitzpatrick, Deirdre Large, Meg Miller. Middle-Diana Ochoa, Angela
Lubrano, Peggy O'Brien, Gina Carron, Gina Lubrano, Jennifer McDonald, Sharon
Kavanaugh, Liz Yoder. Bottom-Laura Simeroth, Paula Moore, Leslie Carron, Julie Bettinger,
Anna Petrencik, Melissa Doskocil, Debbie Doskocil, Chris Quatro.
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No, It's your fault.
Left to Right-Top-Coach Lukacs, Chris Cirardot, john Ashour, Chris Tracey, Bruns
Watts, Chris Bettinger, Lynn Day. Middle-Marty Keoghan, Pat Vondra, Mike Regal-
buto, joe Coins, Frank Lukacs, Kevin Connelly, Bro. Richard Villa. Bottom-Bob Clea-
son, Chris Basic, Jack Agnew, Matt Bowles, Doug Bettinger, Mike Gleason.
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GIRL STRIDE RS
Girls Track Team: Top row, Coach Pavlas, L. Renner, K. Clark, D. Large, T. O'Leary, P. Sanders K
Schmidt. 2nd row, C. Yorek, A. Coleman, K. Bradley, D. Netek, P. O'Brien, N. Deutscher, Wood, 3rd
row, D. Grape, M. McGinnis, M. Houser, Zeits, M. McAllister, C. Quatro, B. Hinkson.
Ah Come on you guys.
The Girls Track Team had a very successful 1980
season. They competed in some of the more challeng-
ing track meets in this area. Although this sport re-
quires a great deal of hard work and practice time,
many would not have traded all the good times for the
Girl State Qualifiers
BOYS STRIDE RS
Boy State Qualifiers
Top row, Richards, McGinnis, 2nd row, Re-
galbuto, Garcia, Kingetar, Barksdale, Zapata,
johnson, Gonzales, Davis, Drollingerg 3rd
row, Colvin, Papan, Cerrity, Hall, McBride, '
Lyon, Samaniego, Wrzesinski, 4th row,
Steele, Brophy, Renner, Day, Huizar,
Steeves, Yorek, Napper, Hemandez, 5th row,
Ochoa, Brazelton, Quatro, Halden, King,
Navejar, Wilson, Manelisay, Ochoa, Coach
Fred shows his form.
The Boys Track Team is one of the oldest sports
at Nolan. In keeping with tradition, Boys Track
set new goals for next yearis team. State Finalists,
Andre Wilson, Trey King, and Fred Quatro were
just three examples of the excellence of Boys
Track. The years ahead look great.
After a hard sea-
son, the Boyis Cross
Country team fin-
ished fifth in district.
It was a rebuilding
year for the team
with a lot of new
freshman just start-
ing. New freshmen
were jeff Waters,
Mark Menacol, Mike
Davis, and Mark
Benner. But lead-
ership came from ju-
niors Greg Steele,
Tom Cerrity, and
BOY'S CROSS COUNTRY
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Craig Davis, Mark Renner
Above: Start of the race. Below Left: Steele races for for the flmsh Below Right esse Samamego
GIRL'S CROSS COUNTRY
Right to Left: Michelle Martinez, Kit Clark, Mr. Blair, Sheila Davis, jamie Dederichs, Jeanette Clark
Kit, An all time winner. jamie, A rookie this year.
1980 GOLF TEAM TAKES STATE
Drive for show
The 1980 Golf team started slow, but finished
fast. They were 6th in a field of 12 at the S W Rec
Tournament but lst out of 8 at the Private Schools
Invitational. Phil Schwartz and Clark Dennis were
named All-District just finishing behind Jesuit by 30
strokes. In state competition, the team began slowly
ending 4th the first day. With Tim Smith's hole-in-
one and Phil's 75, the group pulled into first place
and won state by 6 strokes. john Anthony and Phil
Schwartz were named to the All-State team.
Pete jay takes a tight swing.
That short putt for dough
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Schwartz, Pete jay, John Anthony, and Chet Walker.
Ripping up the green, again!
Left, Tim in fine action.
TENNIS STORMS FORWARD
lst row: Anne Drollinger, Heidi Wider, Johanna Coheen, Tricia Caero, Claudia Cole, Coach May. 2nd row:
john Price, Amy Rosas, Lisa Boteler, Shawn Rojas, jill Hagen, Dan Ashley. 3rd row: Mark Fairchild, John
Cruz, Alex Acuna, Matt Bilardi, Ed Petro, David Craig, Marshall Watson.
ill Hagen and Tricia Caero team up to win. Dan Ashley smashes it up.
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State team- Practice makes perfect.
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VARSITY BASEBALL HOT
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The 1979-1980 Nolan Baseball team was
coached by Lee Hughes. Even though their coach
was a rookie, they worked hard to a 2-6 District
score and fought the games till the bitter end. The
credits this year belong to Anthony Kennedy and
Daniel Zamora with two outstanding victories
back to back in no-hitters.
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VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: lst row, Scott Fisher, James Ayala, David Garcia, Anthony Kennedy, Javier Villarreal,
Andy Lubrano, Daniel Zamora, Mark Graham. 2nd row, Coach Hughes, Ricky Trevino, Paul Erickson, Luke Doyle,
Ramon Goheen, Scott Graham, Mark Fisher, Pete McKone, Jeff Sisk.
jeff catches one . . . at last. David likes to flirt a little too. Daniel throws his fast one.
DIAMONDS ARE FCREVER
Anthony meditates before game
ames re ared to catch.
The Assistant coach for baseball this year was
john Blume and Bat girls were Tarri O,Leary,
Karen Schmidt, and jane Jozwiak. Mary An-
derson and Debbie Marotta kept score for the
predominantly senior staffed team. Andy Lubr-
ano was named Most Valuable Player 1979-
Nolan boys . . . fighting??? No . . .
Luke Doyle and David Garcia string along . .
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Scott Graham throws one in for an out.
Ramon has to stand in the marked circle for one hour. A relaxing moment during tense innings.
B Left to Right: Sandra jones, Maggie Caines, Linda Martinez, Beth
Drollinger, Kelly Bradley, jennifer Deminico.
Linda and Beth get involved in the game.
Cheerleaders relax before the game. We're on top.
FIRST TIME AROUND
Peggy and Lucy intrigued by the game.
Go Big Blue!
What ARE you people staring at.
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The headline is not totally correct. It was the
first time for a few but only the next step up for
the others. The cheerleaders worked as much as
a team as the teams they cheered for. They
cheered when they were losing as if they were
winning. This year saw the late arrival of the
Fish and return of the j.V. squad. Surviving the
report cards, this years cheerleaders will be
long remembered and we wish them luck for
the years ahead.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
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Top Row: McWilliams, F. DeLaPaz, P. Wright, R. Gonzales, R. Saradet, Schaffrath. 2nd Row: Coach Rice, E.
Hemandez, R. Robison, M. Karley, Kalith, G. Calvillo, Coach Skinner. 3rd Row: F. Quatro, Thomas, Brazelton,
K. Weiburg, C. Cox, M. Petrie, R. Knowles. 4th Row: Vasquez, M. Graham, D. Henry, B. Barksdale, T. King, C.
Patterson, B. Meyer.
Above: Cox Kicking.
Brazelton comes on the field.
The V developed many fine players to
fill out next years varsity. They were a
source of 1nsp1rat1on to the freshmen and a
constant support to the varsity
Left: Viking offense on the
GIRLS IN SPORTS
Our resident physical fitness coach.
Remember the nice rides home on the blue Goose?
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Coach Reas is continually supportive of her girls
Girls in sports have won a great
deal of recognition locally and in-
ternationally in the past few years.
Nolan's female athletes are no ex-
ception. The Volleyball team went
to state, as well as the track and
tennis girls. Nolan is very proud of
the achievements its female ath-
letes have accomplished. We pray
they continue to strive and
GIRLS JV BASKETBALL
Are we really playing the Harlem Clobetrotters next week?
Huh? Shawn goes for two. Disco TYC0
Roy Nelson coached the IV basketball
team this year. The offense was strong and
the defense took many victories. Next year
promises to be an exciting year for the Var-
I can't believe I did that! K Now if I can just do this in a game.
Waiting in line . . .
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The 1979-1980 j.V. Basketball season was a fairly suc-
cessful one, as the Vikings finished with a .500 record for
the season. The highlight of the year came at the Dia-
mond Hill Tournament as the Vikings stormed to a 101-
52 victory over Fort Worth Christian on their way to a
first place trophy for the tourney. After a long season,
the Vikings ended up with a 6-2 district record for sec-
ond place. The two close losses coming at the hands of
Jesuit, once in overtime.
Suspense mounts as Nolan jumps to Victory
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Hey guys! The ball is over there!
Left: Ben reaches for a return.
Vikings on defense.
Right: Coach Miculka Watches Gam
F ish take a breather Sideline activity.
The Frosh learned to
work as a team and execute
plays smoothly. They show a
lot of promise and potential
for years ahead. Thanks to
the coaching of Mr. May
and Mr. Miculka.
Left: Coach May engrossed in the
We tried desperately to get
a picture of the 1979-1980
Freshman Football Team.
Only the Heavens above will
know what happened to the
film on three separate occa-
sions. The members were:
Paul Hemandez Scott Brown
Tony Drollinger Clark Dennis
Mark Wrzenski Frank DeBois
Tiffin Navejar Mike Vasquez
James Wilson Mike Williams
Joe Manalisay Brian McWilliams
Matt Fischer jeff Watters
james Doyle Nick Brophy
Mickey Addison Louis Zapata
jay Hall Bill Crawford
Willie Johnson Javier Villareal
Chuck McKone Trey Terrazas
The team with their coach jim Johnson.
Malt Bilardi controls the Viking offense.
Louis Zapata leads the Vikings down the
This yearis freshman team played
very well considering their schedule.
The majority of this season's games
were against 4-a schools. As the sea-
son progressed they improved and be-
came a more solidified unit.
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The most Courageous Athlete of the Year. A very pres-
tigious award. This year's recipient is Martha Cirardot.
She played soccer for the past few years and well-earned
the title of most courageous athlete. She is the first fe-
male to win this award at Nolan so she has every reason
to be very proud. We are also very proud of the first
"Donna,, Thompson award winner.
MOST COURAGEOUS ATHLETE
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MARTHA GIFIAR DOT
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TRACY NEUM ANN
Cute Neal doin' his thing.
Itis a bird, itis a plane, itis, itis . . .
james tries out his new dance' step.
Lonnie introduces the coaches.
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Chris relieved after a track meet.
Take this team and shove it . . .
All together naw. We wear short shorts.
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PLAY B LL!!!
It,s still early. The Junior high sports program is the
first step towards varsity sports at Nolan. Here, stu-
dents perfect their skills competing against other
high classes and return to Nolan on freshman leagues.
The Iunior Vikes play volleyball, baseball and
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Bro. Pierre Weitkamp Bro. Tony Pistone Bro. Ed Kiefer
Principal Ass,t. Prin. Student Affairs Ass't. Prin. Academics
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Bro. Tony grants forgiveness.
Fr. Chris Janson Bro. Roger Bau Bro. jeff Pawlak
Chaplain Plant Maintenance Pastoral Ministry Director
Athletic Director Financial Director
Mr, Larry Pavlas I I Ms. Millie Auvenshine Spot The Wonder Dog drives the new bus
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Bro. jeff Pawlak
Sr. Paul has been a rock of stability for hundreds of Nolanites.
Bro. jeff has organized the Pastoral Ministry into
an efficient Office.
Sr. Marie Theresa Wright I
Bro. Paul Smith I I Mrs. Janet Rodriguez
Fr. Chris offers his sincerity, sense of humor and love Sr. Marie Theresa entices her students with a grin
THE COMMUNITY THAT MAKES IT
Mrs. Paula Parrish Mr. Ten'y Blair Mrs joy Shaver
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Mrs. Patricia Goble Bro. Deece Eckstein Sr. Rose Marie Malnick
Bro. Richard Villa
Above Mrs. Parrish. You don t believe
I m pregnant, do you?
Luft Mr. Blair exclaims Thank C ood-
ness It S Friday!
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Alicia Swanberg reads history of another kind. L
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Mrs. Cope searches for exciting ways to teach history
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Will Rogers Memorial, on the Fort Worth trail. Photo
courtesy of Forest L. Armstrong
A special thank you to the History Depart-
ment because that is what this book is all
about . . . the history of Nolan and Cowtown.
We are proud of our heritage and our school
and we are grateful for the chance to study
The stockyards of North Fort Worth offer history by
Mary Kincannon has
taught Home Ec for three
years but took a semester off
to have a baby. Mrs. Kazda
replaced her the first semes-
ter and Mary returned in
The first semester was taught by Mrs. Kazda.
HOME EC DEPARTMENT
Mrs. Kincannon hard at work.
Mrs Mary Kmcannon Mrs Barbara Kazda
Mrs. Berta Foster I I- Miss
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Miss Lewis is ecstatic
a b o u t his r n e w
FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT
Miss Sharon Pope, Choral' Mrs. Joy Shaver, Drama Mr. Jerry Roberts, Band
Director Director Director
Bro. Louis Fournier, Art '
Mr. Robert says "We're playing Yan-
kee Doodle or nothing."
P.E . DEPARTMENT
Mrs. Melinda Reas I I Mr. john Friday
Mrs. Reas awaits the applause.
Now or later
Mr. Leslie Evans I I Mrs. Christine Wallace -I ' Miss Julie Peterson
If they d0n't shut up I'm going to scream!
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Mrs. Gloria Lawley
Who spiked my chemicals?
Mr. David Harris
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Mrs. Cornehls teaches Spanish with a smile.
Betsy Dodge hears students speak French with a Texas twist.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPT. OFFERS FRENCH,
SPANISH, AND LATIN
For those who have trouble with English
Mrs. Nora DiPetrillo
Mrs. Christine janke
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What language are you really speaking?
Mrs. janke says there,s more to teaching than
books can tell.
Miss Dodge shows off the Language Lab.
Mr. joe Maschino I I Mr. jim May I I Mr. Bill Dyer
Jim May playing slave.
Left: Bill Dyer shares a comment with Mark Skinner about mathematical
Mrs. Mary Blaschke I I Mrs. Tawn Perkins I I Mr. jack King
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Bro. Andy Obemuefmann Mrs. Joan Mooney
Our trusted counselors Mrs. Mooney asks "VVhat can I do for you today?"
OFFICE AND LIBRARY PERSONNEL
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Mrs. Grace Scanlan
Mr. Leo Papa
Mrs. Ann Sivek
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Bro. Pierre celebrating with the seniors.
Bro. Pierre addresses junior class. Juniors giving a grand celebration.
Bro. Pierre getting last minute advice.
Heis really an old softie.
Bro Pierre is proud of his gift from seniors.
We wanted to take this opportunity to say a
few things to Bro. Pierre. After everything you
have done for us you will always be a part of
our school career but more importantly, a part
of our individual lives. You've touched some
more than others, but those of us who love you
have created a warm place in our hearts await-
ing your return. You will return. You always
have. We do love you and wish you a happy
and successful future.
NOLAN STUDENT COUNCIL
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I touched HIM!!
Seniors ARE crazy.
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This year's Student Council has followed in the
footsteps of past councils by becoming part of No-
lan. Far too often, a council tends to become an
elite group of people away from the school. But
this year's Student Council was far more natural.
The Council included Becky Papajohn, Andrea
Smith, Roy Moore, Sheila Davis, Tracy Neu-
mann, Diane Burns, Lisa Boteler, and Jan
Tiemey. Some of the activities they organized
were Blood Drive, Alcohol Awareness Week, and
VVhat do you mean "get out of town by Sundown?"
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Unaccustomed as I am to public speaking . . . Cutting class? me?
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Master French Chef after blowing up the Home Ec
Coach, are you sure these are the new uniforms? Did you get the license plate number??
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Linda wonders if Michele knows whatis in that sandwich . . .
Left to Right: Top, Nick Brophy,
Jack Agnew, Casey Bindel, Joe
Dalton, jeff Schneider, Joe Goins,
Greg Newhouse, Steve Friday, Roy
Moore, Bottom, Lisa Boteler, Andi
Smith, Colleen Clark, Mari Schadt,
Cheryl Benner, 8: Kaki O,Brien.
Right: Judy Husky and Eric Peterson do
the Bunny Hop.
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Music IS HEARD BY ALL
Anthony receives Holy Communion at Spirit Mass.
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MASSES SHOW COMMUNITY
Bishop Cassata shares peace with all of us.
Miss Doskocil drinks with Bro. Roger's consent
Bishop Cassata breaks bread. Kevin McGinnis, "I can't believe I woke up for this!
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MASS . . . MAKING NOLAN COMPLETE .
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SENIOR FILLED WEEKEND
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No1an's Close Community
Mike Regalbuto deep in thought. Bm, Paul in deep reflection
Jim Smith enjoying a breather. Togetherness in the community.
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Pastoral Ministry at Nolan High by Bro. Jeff. Through the greatest masses, and the many retreats, the
School exhibits the rarest and finest success of the Canned Food Drive, Pastoral Ministry created a perfect
qualities of life itself. This organiza- the special celebrations, the daily community, for everyone at Nolan.
tion of students at Nolan is directed
BAND SETS THE PACE
Band officers: Walter Williams, Bruns Watts, Debbie Marotta, Mau-
reen Murphy, Cynthia Aguirre, Mary Anderson.
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Mr. Roberts dedicated to his conducting.
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The Nolan Vikings Varsity Band,
under the direction of jerry Roberts
had a busy year. Along with their
scheduled practices, the varsity band
helped back up the cheerleaders and
fans at football games and pep rallies.
This year was the band's first year to
have a fund-raising drive. They
earned a little over 82,000 from
candle sales. This was not enough for
the uniforms but it was a good start.
Throughout the year the band mem-
bers were full of enthusiasm and the
desire to make their band a better
Left: What would band be without
With the direction of Ms. Sharon
Pope, the choruses of 1979-1980 have
grown into a truly unified group of
excellent singers. The newly formed
Girls Chorus developed a delicate
harmony which graced many of No-
lan's liturgies. The group ensemble is
a more refined voice brought about
by many hours of practice. The larg-
est chorus, the Concert Choir, grew
both in numbers and singing ability.
As well as participating in state com-
petition, these choruses sang at many
liturgies, and held Christmas, Easter,
and Spring-Fling concerts. One thing
unique with these choruses is the fact
that the harmony is not only evident
in the songs, but among the singers
themselves-truly harmonious in every
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Colleen Clark, Rosie Ruiz, Michelle Martinez, Sandy Hill, Marvin Thonrton. Sitting: Joe Dalton, Stayton Swanberg.
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Our hard working staff?
Yearbook staff often wonders, Why?
Tommorow,s the day for what?
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William Blumherg' Lisa Boteler Diane Bourland Lisa Bradley
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Drina Courchesne Cynthia Cuellar
Sheila Davis Lynn Day
Luke Doyle Anne Drollinger
Diane Ford Angela Franko
Tina Galindo David Garcia
David DeSantis Melissa Doskocil
Mary Fenske Mark Fisher
Paul Friday Brenda Flores
Lonnie Gilmore Martha Cirardot
Ramon Goheen Angie Gonzalez Mary Gotcher Scott Graham
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Pat Kaler Sharo Kavanaugh
Chris Kirchem Lawrence Landry Gina Lefall
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Mary Martin Mike Martin Michele Martinez Lydia Martinez
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Jim Smith Ceo Steeves
Cynthia Thibedeau Sara Thomas
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Ricky Trevino Cindy Vallejo
Jan Tierney Maria Tinnerella
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Walter Wllhams Andre Wllson Steve Wood
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Mr. dr Miss NHS
Patti Sanders 81 Tracy Neumann
Most Talented Most Spirited
Michele Brennan 8: Roy Moore Diane Burns 81 Larry Woodard
Tisha Sulack 61 Luke Doyle
Most Likely To Succeed
Anne Drollinger 81 Mike Regalbuto
Tarri O,Leary 81 Larry Woodard
Best Dressed MOSi Athletic
Lisa Halden 6: David Griffith Patti Sanders 61 Ramon Goheen
john expresses himself
Dream on Tim
I'm a Pepper
Mike, deep in thought
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Co for it!
George contemplates life
Stacy Cam bell
WOULD YOU BE LIE VE?
Big Bad Bill.
Marianne F elsman
Erin Fitz atrick
Barbara F ranko
Tom Gerrity mi
joe enjoying his music
MOVING RIGHT ALONG TO '81
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UP AND CCMING FRESHME
WHAT COULD BE BETTER?
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SOC IT TO 'EM
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team and IS rnvolved ln obtalnlng the legal rlghts to explore for and produce
natural resources Landmen transform sclentlflc Ideas lnto economlc realltles
Trrey work vvrth enylronmental programs to ensure a contlnued balance
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Nolan High School IS appreciative
of the following donators
ALTONS OF FORT
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FATHER BOB BREEN
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Pattl grlns knowing what Mary Ann will endure in 1980-1981.
Yearbook Edltor H0m6C0mlng Queen Senlor Favorlte MISS
NHS Varslty Cheerleadlng Captaln Marian Award Wlnner This
IS for 1979 1980 and the llst goes on! Path worked harder than
any other Edltor ever had to Smce I left ln anuary to have a
up the pieces others on the staff left undone But she was always
smlhng happy encouraglng and tolerant Her work was preclse
and thorough all the tlme She s a very speclal person to me
and I mlss her already
Thank you Pattl
Love Mrs Parrlsh Q une 8 1980?
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Patti 1979 1980 Homecoming Queen Mrs. Parrish, please come back!!!
A farewell hug
Roy Moore tries to remember.
I made it!
Valedictorian Mike Regalbuto and Salutatorian Andy Lubrano
give the final word.
May 31, 1980. Saturday night. Days of ceremonies,
practices, processions. The last one. Excitement is run-
ning wild, nerves are on the breaking point. Everyone
is thinking of the Senior party after graduation. Is my
cap on straight? Who am I supposed to follow? Mrs.
Comehls is checking her list again. Whois missing?
Bro. Deece gives a beautiful speech. Roy sings a beau-
tiful song. There is a beautiful slide show. Evrything is
beautiful. But itis over, I've received a BLANK di-
ploma! Oh No! What did I forget to turn in? Whew . . .
Everyone got a blank one. Recessional out. This is it.
School will always be school, but Nolan will always be
home to me.
It's picture time.
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How do I look?
Cynthia takes the last walk
Give me drugs.
Deece gives a word of advice.
You see . . . it's this way.
HOW D0 YOU SPELL RELIEF?
They just can't keep their hands off.
Rumor has it!
Trick or treat!
YumYum . . .
How sweet it is.
Would you believe?
jesse expresses himself.
Come and Get it!
Hold it! Stop everything!
Freshmen ham it up.
Brain Damage . . .
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I won't go!
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