Tennyson High School - Aegis Yearbook (Hayward, CA)
- Class of 1982
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We all had hopes for our future. We tried to picture
our life many years ahead. There were so many
questions that we asked ourselves. What will we do?
Will we reach a point in life where we are satisfied?
And did we meet the goals that we had set for our-
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is the way life after high school is thought to be. But one day each of us shall experience it, and find out it's not always so. Buildi
future takes a lot of time and effort. Not only when youlre out of school, but as you are working your way through it. But when yo,
finally achieved the life you want, youlll realize that it was all worth it.
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Now that the year is over, we all have our memories to look back on. All the friends we had for years andthe new friendships that arose
the good times and the bad, are all safe in our memories.
We've all grown in so many ways, and it's all reflected in what we say and do.
Now it's time to move ahead, find the direction we want to go and start moving.
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Hitting them hard, this year's Frosh team made the 81-82 football season at Tennyson an
exciting one. The long summer of dedicated practice enabled Coaches Randy Malmgren
and Alan Hart to build a strong, ambitious team.
As the year progressed, the Lancers became stronger and more united. They showed the
opposition what it took to make a good team. Team captain, Kelly Musgrove, added, "We
worked really hard this summer and it really paid off because this yearls team was
exceptionally better than last year. We really had a good time and I know that next year's
team will be even betterf,
Coach Randy Malmgren quipped, "The Frosh team played to it's potential as the league
season opened up. A strong offensive line of Just Joplin, Tim Moore, Chris Bygum, Kelly
Musgrove, Eric Silva, and Jason Lee opened up holes for John Lambert as he approached
the 1000 yards rushing. Quarterback Daryll Clarke ran the offense. The Defense was run
by captain Kelly Musgrove with Jay Johnson anchoring a strong line backer corp.
Tennyson can be proud of our top-notch Frosh
Team. They left a very positive mark on us with
their superior techniques.
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led by Coaches Milt Pickford and Bill Caprasecca showed great promise and
hope. "The Lancers came onto the field with Ray Magallanes and Simon Torres
as one ofthe best pairs of wide-receivers in Lancer history," said Coach Pickford.
Jackie Williams' running kept alive Tennyson's history of great runningbacks.
Manuel Manzo, offensive captain with his powerful front front line, Dave Ed-
wards, Don Edwards, Steve Dimas, Vince Black, John Vilche, and Melvin Silva
held back defensive efforts to get the ball.
When the year began the Lancers hoped to be rated in the East Bay ZA Polls.
Their dreams came true after defeating both Moreau and McClymonds, they
were rated fifth. This was the highest the Lancers were ever ranked in Tennyson
The Lancers worked very hard the week following the game against McClymonds
getting ready for the strong Oakland Tech. Oakland Tech played a very tough
aggressive game, but the Lancers' awesome power was proven too tough for
Oakland Tech. Lancers beat them 21-12. Oakland Tech was the last game for our
Lancers in pre-season and after that game we were
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Hayward High's football team looked into a mirror on Friday
night, October 9-and the Farmers didn't like what they saw.
Tennyson, taking charge physically in much the same way the
Farmers have done in the past, ran through and passed over the
two-time defending Hayward Area Athletic League champions
34-O in a shocker.
"It's a pure pleasure to beat a two-time defending champion,"
Pickford beamed. "The kids dedicated the game to themselves and
they played like thatf,
The Lancers, as they would do all night, rose to the occasion,
however, holding the Farmers to four yards in four plays en route to
the first SHUTOUT OF HAYWARD by an HAAL team since
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was the tennis team's motto to get them in the spirit to take on their
opponents. That's what really aided the tennis team was their great
spirit and enthusiasm to win.
"Fantastic," Tennis coach, Mrs. Harris said with a smile, g'The
team has it if they will put it to work."
There were six new tennis players this season. Even though they
were rookies the experience they have received will promise for a
steady team next season.
l. Back row: Ellen Nagasawa, Carrol Pena, Debbie Dean, Michele Yin, Frances
Silvia, Coach, Mrs. Harris. Front Row: Vivian Castro, Susan Quan, Teresa Deh-
Lee, Sharon Quan, Gina Taylor. not in picture Donna Sakata and Sherrie Hender-
son. 2. Debbie Dean shows her style with determination. 3. With confidence, Ellen
Nagasawa hits the ball. 4. Looking at the ball with intense concentration, Sharon
Quan prepares to hit the ball. 5. Team Captain, Michele Yin, shows form with her
backhand. 6. Frances Silvia is surprised as the ball curves toward her. 7. Gina
Taylor prepares for a dazzling return.
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Tayco showing determination. 4. Sitting: Dana Tayco,
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hight, Zedrick Scott. Kneeling: Robert DiFede, Chris
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Dashing through long and tiring trails of Garin Park and running
lap after endless lap around the field, cross-country team runners
had one thing on their minds, "Going The Distance? These were
part ofthe strenuous exercises they had to go through to be in best
possible running condition, the team practiced sixteen to eighteen
hours a week and ran about six to eight miles each day in practice
alone. Coach, Mr. Ron Stark, worked equally hard preparing them
for their meets that they had this year.
"Everyone on the team had to have one of three qualities. They had
to be crazy, or had to have a lot of self-discipline or they had to be
truly dedicated, because cross-country has a lot of pain involvedf'
said Coach Stark.
Top Runners on the team were Manoj Sen, Ramon Fuentes, Con-
nie Hurtado, Chris Finn, and David Benevente, these five runners
were the strength of the team. However other team members were
nothing to leave behind for without them they could not have
finished in such a dynamic way.
Gln a sport like Cross-Country, being a boy or girl doesn't matter as
long as you can run the long distances in a good time," said Connie
Hurtado. She was the only girl here to go to the finals!
"We would not have had a chance without the strength and encour-
agement of Coach Starkf' said Freshman Zeddrick Scott.
"Although we lost two of our top runners and gained a lot of
inexperienced runners, we still felt that we could do well," said
Manoj Sen and Ramon Fuentes. And they were proven to be
correct as the teamjogged their way into one of the top four spots in
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The future varsity players worked well together. When all seemed
doomed the team had the spirit to shake it off, and go on to win the
With returning players, Captain Beth Ford and Sheryl Shawen the
team was off to a good start. The new faces brought about a skillful
Coach Jeanie Calamar was proud of her team. The practices were
held in the gym at 3:30 til 6:00. Many skills were developed then,
and the training was tough. Working physically and mentally to
insure a successful team.
"The girls worked really hard, and very well together," said Coach
Jeanie Calamar. One of the new players Lynette Olivan said, "We
got it together and went for it." All the players agreed, if it was not
for Jeanie they could have never made it!
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Practice, confidence, dedication, and getting along are the key
ingredients in measuring up to good spirit squads. Better than ever
was used as the overall theme for both song girl and cheerleader
U.S.A. Camp in Sacramento is held every year as sort of a get
acquainted time for cheergirls everywhere. Both squads attended
camp July 28-31 to show their spirit as a team. They received many
excellent and superior ribbons, a spirit stick, and also a certificate
of achievement. Omega Rally was another competition entered by
both squads, held at the Neighborhood Church, October 24. Work-
ing hard during summer and throughout the school year, the girls
sponsored carwashes, dances and various different sales. Two thou-
sand, five hundred dollars had to be raised in order for the girls to
attend the competition in Santa Monica, Ca., the Miss Drill Team
U.S.A. Pageant. Five hundred additional dollars was paid by each
girl for uniforms and other miscellaneous expenses through the
Time was an important dedication made by each girl to their
squads as three hours per day were practiced during summer and
The squads advisors were Mrs. Mattos, Guy Andrade, Deverie
Andrade, and Yvonne.
"Both groups are very together as a spirit squad, not as individual
groups. People don't realize how much tense and hard work is
involved," commented head song girl Karyn Johnson. Two year
veteran Maria Mattos concluded, "Enthusiasm, a winning team
and winning spirit squads are what it takes to get a crowd going."
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Once again, Executive Council organized most of the student body
functions and approved all class and club activities.
This year's leaders were Mike King and Karyn Johnson in coalition
as Presidents. Mark Yin served as Vice President. Secretary was
Diana Lara. Treasurer was Jay Clare. Melinda Buss, our
Mike Zaballos and Bryan Durrett did a great job as Rally
Commissioners. They were the organizers of this year's Spirit
Week and Fall Rally.
Clubs, Calendars, and Publicity officers were Maria Mattos and
Phyllis Wong. They notified fellow students and faculty members
of oncoming sports and other school activities with their talented
David Tayco, who served as Athletic Commissioner, did a fantastic
job with presenting us with this year's Sports Queen and King.
The Senior Class was lead by Alfred Hernandez. The Class
President for the Juniors was Donna Sakata. Steve Bongard helped
lead the Sophomore Class throughout the year.
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l. Bobby Kelley and Kim Wong take a break for lunch during a meeting. 2.
Mr. Pinto explains the rigorous requirements for CSF. 3. CSF members
seated: Karen Chin, Cassandera Troutman, Tanya Anderson, Kim Wong,
Donna Sakata, Michele Yin, Anne Gee. Back row: Mr. Pinto, Advisor,
Beverly Yee, Cliff Chin, Lucia Contreas, Bobby Kelley, Jay Clare, Gene
Tang, .lulie Umale, Adrian Gonsalez, Brian Moore, Tammy Lem, Lilly
Tang and Jana Eager,
The CSF club stepped off to a great start this year, planning
candy sales and car washes in order to finance trips to college
campuses such as Berkeley and Stanford. CSF is the California
Scholarship Federation and is an honor society for students with
a GPA of 3.50 or higher.
This year's advisor was Mr. Pinto, who gave information,
advice, and helped officers bring the club together. "There was
a lot of enthusiasm in CSF this year, and I am glad we were so
successful," said Mark Yin, President of the club. Fellow
officers included Vice-President Alfred Hernandez, Secretary
Jeanne Esser, and Treasurer Brian Moore.
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Aided by fund raisers such as car washes, Advent calenders, candy
sales, and T-shirt sales, the French Club was able to have a success-
ful year, with the money from the fund raisers. The French Club
was able to take trips to the Ice Capades and many other exciting
places. Heading the "Oui', club this year was Tanya Anderson, her
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was Kevin Bratcher, and taking care oflpublications was Marcy
Pierce, and Secretary Bobby Kelley. Advisor, Mrs. Wolff who
commented, "It,s coming along great and the students this year
had a lot of spirit."
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l. The french club officers left to right Bottom row: President Tanya Anderson,
Treasurer Kevin Bratcher, Secretary Bobby Kelley, Publications Marcy Pierce,
Vice President Jenny Whalen, Advisor Mrs. Wolff. Members: Esther Arca, Mi-
chele Yin, Chris Orrey, Maria Mattos, Julie Umale, Greg Kiyoi, Bobby Nakamoto,
William Rumley, Mary Reyes, Virna Navat, Fe Macawile, Susan Hanson, Clifton
Casipit, Greg Eager, Cassandra Troutman, Amy Rivera, Jana Eager, Drewan
Perry, Debbi King, Lora Ramey. 2. Leading the meeting is President Tanya Ander-
son. 3. Vice President Jenny Whalen and member Fe Macawile paying close
attention to the meeting.
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SE IOR SY DICATE
SHCT THEM DOWN
The Class of 1982 proved their abilities in this years Spirit Week. i With that final boost they came out winners, as planned. That was
They were led by President Alfred Hernandez and Vice-President the Seniors second consecutive year for an overall win. Who could
Steve Dimas. The highlight ofSpirit Week was the Seniors float. It think of a better way to leave Tennyson.
was as close as your going to get to seeing the real 1933 Cadillac.
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1. Seniors pulling toward a victory. 2. President Alfred Hernandez leads the
Senior Class. 3. Phillip Barraza in pure amazement. 4. Mendy Wilson concen-
trates on her strategy. 5. Senior Class Prince and Princess, Doug Henry and
Vivian Comella. 6. Barbara Bower and Mike King waiting patiently for the
game to start. 7. Seniors show their spirit.
Senior Spirit C9-is X35
l. Dottie McKechnie gains 15 yards. 2. Barbara Bower goes for a touchdown. 3. Sheri
Blakley grabs Marioly Fiandor's flags. 4. Senior Cheerboys show their spirit. 5. The
fantastically athletically inclined SENIORS! 6. Patricia Hurtado goes in for the 2 point
conversion. 6A. Mr. Kendall goes over rules with both teams. 7. Marioly Fiandor gains
yardage for the Juniors.
performance by the Seniors girls pulled off an exciting show of
athletic skill in the annual powder puff game.
Seniors were led by both quarterbacks Patricia Hurtado and Bar-
The winning touchdown was made by Barbara Bower, while the
offensive line did a good job blocking. Patricia Hurtado ran in a 2
point conversion to make the winning score 8-0.
Sophomore Larry Wood and Senior Steve Dimas coached the
seniors to a victory. 6'This years Senior Powder Puff team was
good," commented Larry Wood, 'gln my eyes there wasnlt a most
valuable player the whole team played great!"
Coaching the Juniors were Anthony Uchytil and Ray Magallanes.
Both coaches commented, "We had plenty of talent, but we just
couldn't get that talent to work together."
Even though they didn't score thejuniors played a good game while
being led by quarterback Michelle Yin. Both receivers Marioly
Fiandor and Millie Rodriquez put forth great effort to bring their
team close to a touchdown.
Over all, both teams put forth great sportsmanship and
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l. Juniors gather around at the rally. 2. Deana Muriset and Bob Finn show spirit at the
rally holding up Ruth Trainer and Amber Garcia. 3. Juniors posters and stringers hang in
the halls during spirit week. 4. Junior cheerleaders Connie Aduviso and Cathy Slayton. 5.
Diana Lara, Cathie Pearson and Dawn Hernandez get horny at the rally. 6. John Farmer
and Diana Lara ride on the Junior float as Prince and Princess.'7. Mike Rivera and Ernie
Anderson look in the camera in amazement.
38 Junior Spirit Week
"Though they came in fourth place the Juniors showed a lot of spirit
and unityf, Victor Vasquez commented. The Class of '83 wasn't as
hot as they have been in the past few years. Cathie Pearson said , "I
felt that our class lacks participation and enthusiasm to get the job
done." Dawn Hernandez added, ul think that next year, if enough
people get involved, we can win! But without every ones help we'll
never get first place? Julie Rosenbusch also added, "Only a few
people dedicated their time to class meetings and decorations.
It'sjust not possible for a few of us to stay up all night working
on all of the posters and chains and then decorate the hall and
then try to show all kinds of spirit the following day. If everyone
got together and helped we could have won." John Farmer and
Diana Lara showed great spirit as they rode the float displaying
all the royalty of being Prince and Princess.
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Royal ride along with Mike King as Sports King. First runner-ups were Mark Yin and Liz
Talbert. Manuel "Pretty Boy" Manzo and Jeanie Esser Placed as Third runner-ups.
Riding with class as Senior Prince and Princess were Doug Henry and Vivian Comella. "It
was fun.', commented Doug Henry. For the Junior class "Devils" John Farmer and Diana
Lara were chosen Prince and Princess. Just Joplin and Lea Cordova waved happily at the
crowd as Sophomore Prince and Princess. Robert Bargas and Nicole Sibley were chosen as
Freshman Prince and Princess.
1. lst. runner-ups Liz Talbert and Mark Yin, 2. Znd. runner-ups Jeanie Esser and Manuel Manzo. 3. Sports
Queen and King Irene Clenney and Mike King. 4. Senior Princess and Prince Vivian Comella and Doug Henry.
5. John Farmer and Diana Lara as Junior Prince and Princess. 6. Sophomore Princess and Prince Lea Cordova
and Just Joplin. 7. Freshman Prince and Princess Robert Bargas and Nicole Sibley.
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1. Debbie Natsuhara hanging on in the stuff the 2. The Sophomore
Cheerleaders. 3. The Sophomore Bananas doing their skit. 4. The Apealing
sophomore float. 5. Yelling "Were alive was the class of'85, 6. Cherise Caberal
watching with enthusiasm 7. Tugging away were the sophomore bananas.
42, Sophomore Spirit Week
THE GGPEELI "
This year the class of 84's theme was Sophomore's Go Bananas.
The Sophomores could always be seen in a bunch, walking down
the halls saying "Sophomores don't take no umph jive',, during
spirit week! They were up at 3:00 in the morning decorating the
hall in yellow, black, and white. 'gEven though it was so early in the
morning we still had a lot of fun." said sophomore Debbie King.
The sophomore's float was a gazebo with two giant bananas on the
sides. It was speetacularl, and all their hard work paid off, as they
got third place for their float.
They had a lot of spirit and enthusiasm during the rally. The
sophomore bananas didn't "split" their fourth place finish at the
rally with any of the other classes. The sophomore Prince and
Princess was Just Joplin and Leah Cordova. t'Even though we only
came in third place we still had a bunch of fun,', said sophomore
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l. Angelina Rovner 8L Luis Romero have fun on the dance floor. 2. Eileen Hosino
and friends sit this one out. 3. John Texeira struts his stuff. 4. The students at
Tennyson dance the night away. 5. Tim Cunningham with Connie Hurtado. 6.
Raymond Garcia mingles with friends. 7. Just Joplin gives a weary smile as the
dance comes to an end.
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The Halloween-Homecoming dance was a great success. The spirit
week winners were announced along with the winners with the best
Halloween costume. The winners of spirit week were fourth place:
Juniors, third place: Sophomores, second place: Freshmen and first
place with the Senior Syndicate.
The three best costume winners were Karyn Johnson, Carolyn Cola,
and Cheryl Kiyoi. Karyn was the favorite for her "Belly Danc
The music was provided by a DJ who got everyone out there
The dance helped the leadership class raise money for up com
ing student activities.
SAFARI BAGGED A ZN
Frank Luzaich, president of the Class of 85 and vice president
David Sakata worked hard to get the spirit of the Freshmen Safari
out into the open during spirit week. They worked their way to a
second place finish over-all. Frank commented, "I was really proud
of the class and the work they did, and l know we'll get 'em next
The Safari Prince Robert Bargas and Princess Nicole Sibley rode
46!Freshman Spirit Week
to a third place finish on their float. For their sportsmanship and
halls, they took third, and for the rally the Safari took second.
The office of Rally Commissioner was held by Mario Maya, the
Treasurer was Terri Dembrowicz, and the Secretary was Brett
Moreno, each of these officers along with the rest of the class all
worked together and put on a great hunt for the spirit week.
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man, Julie Umale. Sitting down: Donna Sakata. 3.
Front row left to right: Sheryl Shawn, Steve Bongard,
Dahlia left to right: Steve Jackson,
Cliff 4. Left to right: Teri
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down: Fran u . 5. Front row left to right: Julie
Sandow, Cathy Hennessey, Susan Hanson, Amber
Garcia, Andrea Daniels. Back row left to right: Alfred
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l. John Torres burning rubber in his 71 baracuda. 2. DeeDee Smith's Z-28, Eddie
Lourenco's Z-28, Mark Manausa's 71 formula parked in students parking lot. 3.
Dee Dee and Eddie kicking back on their 79 Z-28's. 4. Victor Vasquez's 69 Rally
Sport Camaro showing off his 350 engine, 5. Showing off their trucks are John
Delrose, Randy Coursey, and John Deleon. 6. Kicking back in the parking lot are
Bobby Green, John Torres, Bert Gallegus, Tom Wolverton, Paul Mahedy, Bill
Davis, Randy Coursey and John Deleon showing off their cars and trucks.
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is what you find in Tennyson's parking lot at lunch time. The smell
of burning rubber, and tires spinning as they leave the parking lot.
Some of this years older cars were Karen Milani's 63 SS Nova,
Mark Manausa's 71 Formula, Tom Wolvertonls 68 California
Some of the newer cars were DeeDee Smith's 79 Z-28, Eddie
Lourenco's 79 Z-28, and Bobby Green's 79 Bradley.
The trucks this year were Randy Coursey's 70 ford, John Deleons's
79 Datsun, and Joh Delroses's 80 Toyota.
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WHAT IS A L0 RIDER
A lowrider is a culture and a beginning of Chicanos getting and
identifying themselves with their cars. You don't have to be in a
club to be a lowrider and you don't have to own a car. A lowrider is
just the way you style.
A cool person that wears a Pendleton or T-shirt, sits low and listens
to his tapes. Someone that is pretty mellow and takes pride in his
Sly Low Riders
A lowrider is a ride with small tires, a bad or nice paint job and
crusin' low and proud.
But basically a lowrider is together and proud, not a regular person.
You belong to something, you're somebody, you're a LOW-
1. Las Rucas de T.H.S., looking good, sha! 2. Veronica Barraza, Lupe Rocha, and
Yolanda Marquez mad dogging our camera-man. 3. Matt Fernandez, Guero Lo-
pez, and Sammy Hernandez hangin' out at lunch. 4. T.H.S. genie giving a casual
look. 5. Rosemary Arroyo relaxing by Hector Alverezs' firme Chevy. 6. Simon
Torrez kickin' back in his firme carucha. 7. Javier, Carlos, and Paul standing
around with nothing to do during lunch.
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l. Nora Cabrera shows off a Coke and a smile. 2. Manny Rapoza and Danny
Davis looking good. 3, Sammy Hernandez and Angel Maca while kickin' back.
4. Elena Garcia, Lisa Zamora. Julene Elisary, Debbie Loaisiga, and Angie
Martinez sitting Pretty, 5. Manny Rapoza, Julene Elisary. David Castro and
Danny Davis enjoying a crazy lunch. 6. Mau Fernandez looking cool, 7. Jorge
Galvan lWeaselj Checking out the scene.
AZA DE BRONCE
Orale Raza, the Tennyson High School students have always been
proud of our Raza, pero que paso con our Raza this year. We would
hate to see our Raza die. This year La Raza Club staff members have
tried to do their best to get things going with the club pero the
participation hasn't been at its best. So if you'd like to see our Raza
growing you've got to participate more and get into the scene, for La
Raza means being UNITED and PROUD.
A special thanks goes to Pilar Rios, who works in the College Motiva-
tion Center and who's helped us out as much as she has in the past.
We're very thankful to have her for the two special days out of the
week she gives us, and other Tennyson High students. Also a special
thanks to Jose Ovalle for all his help to the La Raza Club in the past.
We would like to thank very much the staff of the "La Raza de
Broncei' Club: Pres., Rozanna Lomas, Vice Pres., Carmen Rodri-
guezg Secretaries, Angela Delgado y Julene Elisaryg Treasurer, Sgt. at
Arms, Lori Lopez.
Remember, keep our club going cause "La Raza" will never die.
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RE PGNSIBILITY FALLS
This years Legislative Assembly was a gathering of elected represen-
tative of the student body. It was the representatives job to keep his
homeroom informed of school functions. The representative also
ask-ed the class how they felt on school functions and how they felt
they could be improved. Legislative Assembly was run by Vice-Presi-
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dent Mark Yin and Secretary Diana Lara. It was the assembly's
job as a whole to decide how the school is to run. Everyone felt
that this years Legislative Assembly worked wonders for Tenny-
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l. Taking notes on the meeting. 2. Charles Bonney and friend relaxing during the
meeting. 3. Gina Taylor copying Brian Moores notes. 4. Christina concentrating on
Mark Yin's speech, 5. Legislative Assembly together as a whole. 6. Bobby Nakamoto in
pure amazement. 7. Mark Yin and Diana Lara calling the meeting to order.
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l. Students are served a fabulous variety of Greek delicacies by the food com-
mittee. 2. The dance committee performs with the Parthenon as their backdrop.
3. The dance committee's moment of glory is highlighted by their forming a
circle as the crowd looks on. 4. Participants eagerly line up to stave off their
hunger. 5. A group of students enjoy the fashion show. 6. Jim Boyd prepares to
catch a grape in the "Grape Toss" competition. 7. Penny Lucero, fashion plate.
Toga's, food, and Hayward High's humanities class could all be seen
at this past year's Greek Orgy, held in F-wing on November 20, 1981
Students here prepared the food, decorations, and generally every-
thing else having to do with the orgy while Steve Dimas, a true to life
Greek, journeyed to Hayward High to invite their humanities class.
The days were counted till the 20th. On THE day, as lunch started,
cries of "orgy!H could be heard throughout the school as the seniors
rushed over to F-wing.
The students danced, ate, competed in best legs contests for the men
and best arms contests for the women, flaunted their togas in a
fashion show, tossed grapes into each other's mouths, and basi-
cally had a good time. The men even left their mark in Tenny-
son's history when they competed against the ladies in tug-of-
war. The girls tied the rope to a tree, and the men practically
uprooted the tree! The end result was a large rope burn around
the circumference of the tree.
The festivities lasted until 3 p.m., at which time Hayward High
had to take their leave, F-wing was cleaned up, and students
went home to nurse the beginnings of colds some had received as
a result of parading around in their togas all day.
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This past years drama play was directed by Hank Mc-
Donnell. He and the students worked hard on getting
the props set up and the rehearsals rolling. Everyone
was running around getting their act together for the
The play this year was titled MTHE IMPOSSIBLE
YEARS." The lead script was Mr. Kingley, played by
Bobby Menezes who commented, "This was one of the
best years, drama-wise, for Tennyson. Everyone pulled
together to put on one of the funniest plays I ever had
anything to do with. Too bad I won't be here next year
to participate again . . . I'm gonna miss it.
Mr. McDonnell added, "THE IMPOSSIBLE YEARS
had some impossible moments in trying to get it all
together but, finally and happily it worked. It was a
bright and entertaining show, acted with a good deal of
expertise. Comic acting is not an easyjob, and I felt my
students did extremely well."
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1. Conni stands in amazement, 2. Marcy hands Mr. Morrison a drink to calm his
to let her go out. 6. Cindy tries to calm Brian's raging nerves. 7. Sonjia listens quietly
x.,,N I I K nerves. 3. Sonjia and Robert discuss their childs problem. 4. Cindy begs her father
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p TERACT GETS
Sponsering the blood drive, building a rooster
board for the basketball team, and helping in
the Walkathon were just a few ofthe many
activities the Interact club was involved in.
Interact is a club which is involved in commu-
nity services such as the blood drive and
Christmas caroling at convelesant hospitals.
"Interact does a lot to help the school and the
community, and a lot of hard work is put in to
the clubw, said Alfred Hernandez, a member
of the club.
Tanya Anderson was the president of the club,
and she led them through a very successful
year. Their advisor was Mr. Jack Kendall, who
expressed his view. "Interact is made up of a
group of hard-working students who are, for
the most part, Seniors. I would like to see more
underclassmen involved in the club. Interact
does a lot for the school and the community,
and I'd hate to see it disolve".
1. Mr. Kendall helps Jim Boyd with some information. 2.
Tanya Anderson prepares to call a meeting to order. 3.
Interact members fback rowl Kelly Bacon, Brian Moore,
Jim Boyd, Bobby Kelly, Cfrontj Alfred Hernandez, Susan
Hansen, Mary Kulesza, Tanya Anderson, Bobby Naka-
moto, Michele Yin, Chris Orrey, Mike King, Isabel Mo-
lina, Mr. Kendall.
Twelve days of school was one of the skits at the Big Sister Tea on
September 26 at 3:30 in the cafeteria. Other skits were "Hard
Knock Life", "Franks Restaurant", "Plant Life", S'The Spider",
and "Lucy Lubner,'. Mr. Dan Morrison, director of activities,
presented a slide show on seniors and freshman alike, to end the
Tea. Each year the Tea is presented to the freshmen by the seniors
to bring the freshmen to know this school and the people in it
In between skits, freshman and seniors had a chance to talk. Re-
freshments were served by the Future Homemakers of America.
1. Pat Bruce serving Linda Ford at Franks Restaurant 2. Alfred Hernandez waits
for his order at Franks Restaurant. 3. Brian Moore slyly tries to put his arm around
Cheryl Kiyoi in Lucy Lubner.
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l. Club Advisor Leslie Vihauer helps with today's agenda. 2. Cassandra Troutman looks
upon her work. 3. Four members intensiviely listen to the meeting. 4. Leah Cordova
speaking and Mary Reyes in the background. 5. President ofthe club Mary Reyes runs the
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The F.H.A. provided opportunities for self-development and prep-
aration for family and community living and for employment and:
To strengthen the function of the family as the basic unit of society.
To encourage democracy through cooperative action in the home
and community. To encourage individual and group involvement in
helping achieve worldwide brotherhood. To institute programs pro-
moting greater understanding between youth and adults. To pro-
vide opportunities for decision making and for assuming responsi-
bility. To become aware of the multiple roles of men and women in
today's society. To develop interest in home economics, home eco-
nomics careers, and related occupations. This year officers were
President Mary Reyes, Vice President Lynette Olivan, Secretary
Kathy Fagalde, Felicia Bottom, Treasurer Julie Umale, Historian
Albino Flores, Parliamentarian Obiel Leyva, Recreation Chair
person Leah Cordova, Reporter Octavia Ivy.
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l. Sherrielee Henderson while keeping a watchful eye on the camera dancing the night
away wiih her boyfriend Jason Akre. 2. Darryl Clark and Michelle Brown keeping in step.
3. A typical sence of romance in the air Cindy Linson, Bill Davis, Jennifer Yingling and her
boyfriend, Liz Talbert and Rick Oase. 4. Just Joplin and Maria Mattos dancing away. 5.
Brian Moore and Carolyn Cola boogie on down. 6. Everyone joins for a slow dance, 7.
Couples move romantic to the slow dance.
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This year Christmas Dance was sponsored by the Senior Class on
Dec 18, 1981, with around 210 people. The class made around
5257, which will be used for their Senior Ball and other Seniors
activities. The students were getting down with the D.J. from 8:00
to 11:00. The President was Alfred Hernandez.
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1. Darlene Francois pins a carnation to Rick Oase. 2. Randy Foster signifies victory by
standing on Maria Mattos' inert form in the Junior skit. 3. Gina Taylor passes a Lifesaver
to Bobby Menezes. 4. Andrea Daniels exhibits her skill for tying balloons before the
Balloon Pass. 5. Lynette Olivan and Lisa Quintal have fun at the Winter Rally. 6. Jennifer
Hanna as Ms. Shicklegruber in the Senior Skit. 7. Randy Foster and Maria Mattos capture
everyone's attention during the Junior Skit.
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On January 22, 1982, students were released from class in order to
attend the Winter Rally.
Sitting with their respective classes, Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, 8:
Freshmen watched their classes compete for the Spirit Trophy. The
classes competed in tug-of-war, Balloon Pass, Lifesaver Pass, Skits,
cheers, and various other activities designed to stimulate students,
spirit towards their school. The Seniors placed first in overall spirit.
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Under the direction of Coach Mike Pinto, the Lancer Basketball
Ladies started off their season on the right track, winning six of
twelve pre-season games.
The Ladies took fourth place in their annual McKinley-Ville Pan-
ther Classic tournament, in which they traveled north to Humboldt
County and won their first game in three years.
Going into the league season, the Lancers were forecasted by the
Daily Review to place third in league.
A close rapport between coach and team made the season success-
ful and happy.
Said second year player Marioly Fiandor, "We have a very good
relationship with Mr. Pinto. He doesn't tell us what to do, he shows
Added Darlene Martin, "The relationships between coach and
player is a good one, he goes farther than just coaching, he's a
Summed up Michele Yin, "We had a really great team this year.
Even though we had most of the same people as we did last season,
we played more as a unit and balanced our scoring. Our strength, I
think, was our defense."
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Clenney, Tarasa Moore, Stephanie Hawkins, Lisa
Olmstead. Second Row: Sheryl Shawen, Cathy
Kirstein. Third Row: Marioly Fiandor, Darlene
Martin. Front Row: Manager Harold Eldridge,
Tracey Shields, Michele Yin, Coach Mike Pinto.
Not in picture Co-captain Kathie Britt. 2. Drib-
bling down the court, Stephanie Hawkins shows
her talents. 3. Setting up for a perfect shot, Tarasa
Moore, concentrates greatly. 4. Mr. Pinto and
Harold Eldridge guide the team to another victory.
5. With her team members nowhere to be found,
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Jr. Varsity helps to prepare many of our future varsity players.
They get to experience many of the same things they'll experience
on Varsity. The players learn that co-operation and togetherness
are important factors for a winning team.
This year, we had a very successful team. Though there were some
heart-breaking losses along with the injuries of some valuable play-
ers, it was in important season filled with new experiences.
Team member, Cambi King, commented, HI think everyone
learned a lot this year. We all got a long really well and that
enabled us to have a much more unified team.
There were some very promising new talents on this year's team
and we,ll probably be seeing quite a few of them on Varsity next
l.Tennyson's outstanding J.V. basketball team is shown here. Cambi King, Denyne
Lyons, Teresa Bettencourt, Alisa Becerra, Coach Jeanne Calamar, Beth Ford, Lisa
Gimeno, Bennerita Martinez, and Milette Rodrigez. 2. Stephanie Norman gives it
her all as other teammates watch with confidence. 3. Lisa Gimeno shoots past the
opposing team's reach.
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l. Dribbling up the sideline Ernesto Rosas controls the
tempo of the game, Ball girl Mary Kulesza. 2. Some-
how Artro Villasenor manages to see through his hair
enough to take and clear the ball. 3. The only word to
describe Juan Fiandor is awesome as he takes a shot on
goal. Soccer stat Phillis Wong. 4. Powering the ball
upfield Adrian Gonzales dampers the opponents
chance of any scoring possibility. Soccer stat Ellen
Nagasawa 5. With not alot of grace but every bit of
possible effort Emanual Pacheco shields his San Lor-
enzo opponent from reaching the ball. Soccer stat
Gina Taylor 6. Peter Westerfield makes one of four-
teen saves on the day while on his way to recording a
shutout. Soccer stat Susan Hanson 7. Climbing off the
ground is a San Lorenzo player after Angle Manjiuar
has left him to drive up field with the ball. Ball girl
The 1981-82 soccer team learned one thing this year, if the team
was going to win it would be a fight to the finish on the soccer field
to see who would claim the victory. Although the teams ranking in
league play was not of the highest nature, opposing teams could
count on a tough game if they were to face the Lancer squad.
With Juan Fiandor at middle forward, Emanual Pacheco, Reshpal
Singh, Hong Sun Kim, and Arturo Villasenor as half backs, and
full backs Angle Manjiuar, Adrian Gonzales, and Mark Yin the
team had some of the best individual talent it has seen in years. The
question is if these players can pull together as a team. This is one
of the many tests the team faced during the season.
One more positive note was the goalie position, with no returning
goalie coach Victor Serrano turned to Brian Moore and Peter
Westerfield to solve this problem. With neither of them having any
soccer experience they both combined their efforts to share this
position and both do a good job while playing it.
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Cabrera, Jay Clare, Ernie Anderson, Paul Furtado, Ernesto Rosas Third Row: David Tacyo, Reshpal Singh, Mark Yin,
Adrian Gonzales, Alex Plotitsa, Emanual Pacheco, Juan Fiandor, Hong Sun Kim, Artro Villasenor, James Miranda, Angle
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The 1982 Frosh-Soph Basketball team was very successful and
were at the top of the standings almost all year. Coach Sam Rich-
ardson, in just his second year of coaching has displayed great
ability to work with the young players and developed their skills on
the court and in the classroom. His teams, over the past two years,
have been a well disciplined and competitive unit. Zedrick Scott
commented, "Ifit wasn't for Coach Richardson and his demanding
tactics of strategy we would probably not have done as well as we
1. Lee Wilbright jumps for the rebound. 2. Eric King goes up for a rebound. 3. Top
left: Dino Torres, Robert Topete, Randle Cook, Lee Wilbright, Kevin Leung, and
Paul Villegas. Bottom left: Matt Dorado, Zedrick Scott, Dana Tayco, Craig Velas-
quez, Eric King.
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Dedication, Hustle, and Attitude, that's what Coach Cedell Clay-
ton demands from his Junior Varsity Basketballers. "Every player
must come to practice everyday and give l00'Za if they wanted to
play in the up coming gamesf, replied Coach Clayton. The main
objective of this team was to get the younger players ready for their
future up at the Varsity level. The team was lead by Sophomore
Steve Jackson. "He was the difference for us this year,', Clayton
commented. Another outstanding player was Sophomore guard
John Lambert. Altogether the 1981-82 J.V. Basketball makes the
Varsity's future very bright.
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Wins! That's the difference between this year's Varsity Basketball
team and last year's team. "It was a totally different attitudef' said
Coach John Goulding. This yearas team is twice as good as last
year's," commented Junior guard Charles Bonney, "the good thing
is that we have six players returning next year, including four
"Team play was the major role played in the team's success,',
Senior forward Doug Henry replied. l'It really feels good to win
some games," said the sharp shooting guard Joey Scheid. Rick
Gase commented, "It's been a fun year because we are winning
some games and every player gets to play. It's a total team effort."
The Lancers were led by high scoring Senior Doug Henry at one
forward and Junior Herreria at the other forward spot. The start-
ing guards were Senior Joey Scheid, Junior Charles Bonney. Ju-
nior Paul Melker rounded out the starting line up at the Center
Position. Coming strong off the bench was Senior guard Mike King
and Junior guard-forward Rick Gase. Rounding out the Varsity
team was Senior guard Ronald Kinerman, Sophomore forward
Charles Walker, and Junior Lee Gates who contributed alot to this
years team success.
Coach Goulding commented, "I was able to substitute freely with-
out hurting the team any. Our team was at least eight men deep
talent wise. This factor helped the Lancers cause in there strive for
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This year's Wrestling team was very small with only eight people
on the team, however, they gave it their best shot at all their
The Castro Valley International Meet was the first meet ofthe
year in which two of our veteran wrestlers, Matt Simas and Kevin
Moore placed third and fifth at the meet. "I think that the team
would have been much better if more ofthe people would have
came to practice" said, Captain Matt Simas
"The team we had this year is ok. If we all would have tried to win
but I don't think we could have been as good as I thought, and that
is what hurt the team. Wrestling isn't a part time sport, it is a sport
that takes dedication in order to become successful," said Junior
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tling team. Top: Coach Steve Cross, Kelly Musgrove,
Kevin Moore, Greg Stewart, Brian Price, Assistant
Coach Bill Whiley. Middle: Jerry Wood, Greg Kiyoi,
Matt Simas, Troy Francis, Kneeling: The Wrestling
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There have been many cutbacks in public
schools over the past couple of years such
as: teachers, a variety of classes, driver's
education and training classes, counselors,
and maintenance work. But this does not
cutback on the excellent work our adminis-
trators and counselors put forth, to guide us
in better directions for our future.
Irene Martin, Vice Principal, was new to
our school this year. Her dedication to her
job and her warm smile shows she will be
around for many years to come.
"The 1981-82 school year has been a good
one for all of us at Tennyson High. The
Aegis has again been effective in recording
the events of the year to help us remember
the good times. Congratulations to the class
of '82, I wish the very best in all that you
do." Principal Gordon Pipkin stated with a
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Administration Q15 X91
These people could almost be called worka-
holics. The number of hours they put in at
theschooland onthejob wereenonnous
Mr. Tootle has worked as Finance Director
for years, He handled all money for the
Student Body, wlnch included Student
Body Cards, Student Store, gate receipts,
all club's fund raisers, plays, and special
fund raBers.lle paid aH bhlsincurred by
clubs and the Student Body. Mr. Morrison
has been Activity Director for the last seven
years. His job has been one which required
his presence at all activities. He organized
Student Council, Legislative Assembly,
many fund raisers, and all Senior Class ac-
tivities: Disneyland, picnic, Senior Ball,
Graduation, Breakfast, etc., etc. Mrs. Fe-
kete had the responsibihty of niaking sure
all students were able to REACH the
graduation requirements. Mr. Baken was
the person the students went to see if they
needed a job. All students could get credit
for working if they followed the guidelines
set up by Mr. Baken.
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Only one year of math studies was required for gradu-
ation. Because of that, the enrollment in math classes
has steadily gone down through the years. This years
enrollment was approximately 661 students. Mr.
Brown had one main math wizard in his advanced math
class, Jay Clare.
Special classes were provided for students who needed
to improve their skills in order to pass the REACH test.
Mr. Brown stated, "Math is the key to science and this
is the age of science-learn your math!"
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l, Greg Eager doing his lab assignment. 2. Mrs. Watson calculating a chemistry
problem. 3. Giving a lecture is Mr. Lawrence. 4. Steve Bongard busy taking notes.
5. Misty Benson working on her assignment. 6. Peter Westerfield in another world.
7A Explaining a problem is Mr. Aiken.
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Learning to use atomic numbers and how to dissect
frogs and earthworms were some of the many events
that took place in the science classes.
In C-6 students learned how to mix various chemicals
together to creat different formulas. Sometimes these
formulas had smelly results. Labs were done through-
out the year. MI looked forward to the lab experimentsf'
commented Dawn Hernandez. "Although the work
sometimes gets hard," commented Cathie Pearson, 'EI
know that I will benefit from it."
Biology classes learned how to dissect frogs and investi-
gated how genetic traits are transmitted from parents
to offspring. Microscopes were used to determine the
difference between A and B blood types. Students
found that they could depend on the microscopes to
help lead them to scientific discoveries.
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English is needed for every human who lives in the U.S.
to be informed and to communicate with others. For
the last couple of years teachers have been stressing the
basics of reading and writing, which these abilities are
needed by each student to graduate, from Tennyson
Mrs. Frances Gibson commented, "English is the cen-
tral subject we teach here. If students learn to commu-
nicate well, and how to use the library so they can
always find what they need to know, they have the tools
to become educated."
Humanities teacher, Dan Morrison, was also quoted as
saying, "You don't appreciate your language until you
go to a foreign country, and you want to be understood.
English should be important to us because it is a tool
that can open doors and create relationships. We use it
to express our feelings and our dreams. Sometimes we
use it to hurt others. English is the bridge that helps me
teach you all."
1 Trying to figure out what Mr D1Geronimo is saying Paul Villegas listens intense
ly 2 Aroura Romero working as fast as her fingers can go. 3. Taking time out from
his studies Jeff Marlais tells Lisa Cappello a joke. 4. Laura Rainey in deep
concentration 5 Getting as close as he can to his studies, Mike Rivera works on
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LET THERE BE
HISTORY . . .
Four score and seven years ago, the great Lancer in the
sky said, "Let there be history." And there was. But to
keep history from being boring he created U.S. Histo-
ry, Comp. History, Guidance and Health. But this
wasn't enough so he created American Government
with family living, psychology, criminal justice and po-
litical science. Yet history doesn't teach itself so the
great Lancer asked for the best teachers in the universe
and sent them down to earth to teach the best subject in
the world, "HISTORY!"
Mr. Pinto commented about one of these subjects, Gov-
ernment, and he said, "The study of the structure,
institutions and operation of how we govern ourselves."
He added, "The acquiring of knowledge of how our
government is structured and operates is one of the
most important tasks confronting a high school stu-
dent. Directly and indirectly, our lives and our environ-
ment are effected by the actions of government at all
levels, federal, state and local."
The great Lancer did a great deed to the world when he
created history, and the Social Studies teachers go
through alot of work to teach students. And most of the
students may not become President but at least they
learn a little about History and Government. Mr. Pin-
to's closing lines were "The sad things are when stu-
dents make mistakes, but the funny things are when I
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l. Mr. Tootle and Carolyn helping Sherri, Tami, Doug, Dee Dee and Karen to
understand copy writing, 2. Sue Speckman and Regina Rheinor planning their
oopy. 3. Mark Wood and Victor Vasquez watching Tina Knudson as she types their
copy for them. 4. Peter Westertield in his designing ways, designs a layout. 5. What
picture should I use seems to be the thought that Chris Carpenter has in mind. 6.
Cartpenter, Tami Ritter, Vicki Orr, Phillip Barraza, Peter Westerfield, Doug
Henry, Jack Toland, Mark Wood, Victor Vasquez, Miquel Colon, Barbara Bower,
Debi Lemos. Middle Row: Cathy Pearson, Deana Muriset. Cathy Hennessey,
Ginny Harding, Shawn Morrison, Tina Knudson, Mendy Wilson. Front row: Dee
Dee Smith, Karen Milani, Mr. Tootle, Julie Rosenbusch, Susan Hammerick, Dawn
Hernandez, Carolyn Cola, Sue Speckman, and Regina Rheimor.
Besides selling ads, Jack Toland can also write copy. 7. Back row: Lee Green, Chris
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Writing copy and cropping pictures were some of the
things you could see if you went to second period publi-
cations class this year. The class did very well consider-
ing there were only six second year students and the
rest were first year.
Carolyn Cola, Editor, Peter Westerfield, Co-Editor
and Mr. Tootle, Advisor proved to be most helpful in
preparing the yearbook.
At the beginning of the school year the class went to a
yearbook conference held at California State College
at Hayward. We learned how to draw layouts, write
copy and crop pictures.
Senior pictures were in color this year along with many
other sections. "The 1981-82 class got along very good
this year and had a lot of fun" said Mr. Tootle.
Publications S3 fioa
With a lot of help from ads from merchants, the Lancer
Legend was able to have another successful year. This
years Editor was Josie Miranda, with a lot of help from
her Co-Editor Robert Murray, and advisor Mrs. Fran-
ces Gibson. This year brought many changes for the
Lancer Legend Staff. Usually there were two periods of
Journalism, fourth period and sixth period, but this
year there was only fourth period. Working together
the Staff was able to get the job done. The Lancer
Legend was published every three weeks with four
pages of news about Tennyson High and many other
things going on around the world. Later on in the year
the Lancer Legend was put out with eight pages instead
of four, to end a successful year.
l. Josie Miranda, Editor, giving directions to Chris Orrey and Jenni-
fer Hanna. 2. Fourth period Journalism, bottom row: Margret Con-
treras, Melinda Azevedo, John Francia, Ann O'Brien, Susan Ham-
merich, Chris Carpenter, Lee Green. Middle row, Tammy Ritter,
Bridget Cunningham, Mike Quan, Jennifer Hanna, Bobby Menezes,
Laurie Liles, Cindy Linson, Josie Miranda, Liz Nava, Mrs. Frances
Gibson, Chris Orrey, Jose Formento. Top row, Miquel Colon, Dennis
Severance, Don Edwards, Doug Henry, Dion Washington, Deana
Muriset. Not pictured is Robert Murray. 3. Editor Josie Miranda
preparing dummy sheets for the newspaper. 4. First year students left
to rightg Don Edwards, Dion Washington, Doug Henry, Deana
Muriset, Miqual Colon, Lee Green, John Francia, hard at work. 5.
Josie Miranda, Editor, plans stories for an issue of the Lancer Leg-
end. 6. Advisor Frances Gibson gives first year students a test, 7.
Tammy Ritter and Cindy Linson discuss ad layouts.
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how to make the machine work by itself is studious Ann Gee, 3.
Checking over her work is Stephanie Hawkins, 4. Proving he could do
a woman's job is Anthony Uchytil. 5. "Keep your eyes on the book"
Beth Ford. 6. Ted Calunod intensely figures his margins. 7. Typing
awaaaay. Lisa Capello.
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"I like typing but lid rather be smoking!" puffed Jaime
Typing was only one of the many Business Ed classes
offered this year. Recordkeeping, shorthand, account-
ing, business English, and office occupational lab were
Record keeping took the place of general business. Fil-
ing, alphabetizing, and budgeting are the main class
Office Occupational Lab, ran just like an office. Stu-
dents work at their own speed on typing, ditto ma'
chines, and individual assignments. Extra credit is
earned by doing a spelling and punctuation book. Once
a week a test is taken on the opposite spellings of busi-
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Escargots, eclairs and quiche served at the banquet, and a Christmas
play were just some of the activities highlighting the foreign language
There were two new additions to the foreign language department this
year. George Khoury, who taught Spanish, and Jose Ovalle, who has
been at Tennyson for many years as the Mexican-American counsel-
or, taught beginning and advanced Spanish.
There was a decline in sign-ups for the German classes, so a class was
offered at Moreau High. Mrs. Wolff commented, "I hope to build up
the language program because the world is getting smaller and therels
a need for communication with the other people in the world."
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Core is a program that teaches students basic skills in math, Eng-
lish and social studies. These classes were developed for students
who are two or more years below reading grade level.
Mr. Hedgecock commented, "One of the best things about being a
Core teacher is seeing students succeed in regular classes after they
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Core is an essential program and it will help many students to a
better future. Thanks to teachersg Mr. Lew Hedgecock, Ms. Julia
Film, and Ms. Jackie Cote Tennyson has been able to make Core
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Working in an individualized atmosphere was the base
for success in the Special Education Department. Visu-
al aid projectors, language masters, cassette recorders
and games for perception were all steps to bettering
Vocational Skills were a very high objective for the
Special Education Department. Ms. Criscione worked
with each student and tried to give the students the
tools to be productive people in society. The teachers
also emphasized self esteem. Feeling good about ones
self is an important goal in the department.
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Special Ed Special Ed
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was the name of the game in Physical Education classes
here at Tennyson where both boys and girls participat-
ed in various exercises such as jumping jacks, sit-ups,
push ups, and other various exercise, But P.E. wasn't
just exercises, students participated in various sports
also, such as Softball, football, soccer, weight training,
volleyball, trampolining, basketball, swimming, golf,
badminton, tennis, racquetball and square dancing and
still more! I look forward to P.E. because it is the time
when you can get out and have fun!" said junior Mike
This year they have started a new policy, it states that if
you do not dress for P.E. and are not excused you had to
come to detention at 7:40 a.m. the next morning. Ac-
cording to Mr. R. Stark, he thought that this was one of
the reasons that there was a larger participation in P.E.
this year. 'gP.E. is the greatest class in the world, be-
cause what is more important than your health!" said
Mr. Norm Prince.
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The Industrial Art classes were very important classes
here at Tennyson High. These classes which include
woodwork, auto mechanics, metal, mechanical draw-
ing and electricity help teach students how to work with
tools and their hands safely and accurately. These
classes help students develope skills that may help them
in the future. One of the most talented students is
Randy Coursey. He has advanced woodshop. Bill
Well's said, "Randy brings furniture out of woodshop
like it was a furniture factory. Some of Don Edwards,
Dion Washington, and Mike Reviera projects were
jewelery boxes, waterskis, cabinets and even a grandfa-
In auto shop students work long and hard before they
can even touch a car. Yes, there was alot of bookwork to
do before they can get to work. This class was very
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worthwhile, it could save students a great deal of time
and money, because they know how to take care of their
cars. Some excellent students in this class were John
Vilche, Tim Cunninghan and Anthony Uchytil, Neil
McClusky and David Benavidez. All of these students
worked very hard to learn a skill and it has paid off in
all the fine work they have accomplished.
Mr. Don Beck Mr. John Gomez
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Art has always been a popular class for students. Some
of the projects this year included shading, drawing
skills, and weaving.
Ms. Greene had a humorous comment, "It's nice to
know that no matter how sleepy I might be in the
morning . . . my second period Art 18:2 class will AL-
WAYS WAKE ME UPF,
Ms. Greene's fourth period class is quite talented.
These students worked on independent projects of their
choice. Outstanding students include: Wyman Choy,
Cheryl Kiyoi, Mendy Wilson, Veronica Vasquez, and
Hien Van Nguyen.
When Mr. Bergloff was asked about outstanding stu-
dents in his class he replied "I don't have time to com-
ment on that right now."
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l. Amy Reveira concentrating on her project. 2. Jeff Jones working on his pottery. 3.
Sam Brantley hard at work. 4, Working creativly is Maria Arcaina. 5. David
Manzo shading in his poster. 6. Rafael Gonzales smiling for the camera. 7. Kelly
Musgrove shying from the camera.
1. Pretending to work are Mendy Wilson, Anne Pearson, and Cathy Hennessey. 2.
Walter Ford, Les Swift and their buddies were sent out of class and in to the library.
3, Carmen Rodriguez flashes a smile for the camera. 4. Students study in the
library. 5, Mark Yin and Hong Sun Kim study hard for their next exam.
Opening at 7:30 Tennysons librarians are ready to
check out books. The head librarian Judy Harrison and
the library clerk Arline Higgs work together as a team
through out the day. The library had many different
books from all different people. Jokes, drama, horror
and many more were there. Almost l00 books were
checked out each day. Some of the helpers were, Kathy
Johnson, Sherri Madrid, Bridget Cunningham, Nora
Cabrera, Susan Hammerich, Lily Tang, George Hen-
ry, Amber Garcia, Leilani Hosino, Robert Merhley.
Some of the students go to the library at lunch. Mark
Wood said, "I think the library is a great place to cut
class and go study for other classes."
Miguel Johnson commented that he didn't like the way
you have a pass to get into the library at lunch time.
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Tennyson's bands stepped off to a great start this year
with the addition of the Orchestra. The class, held
during third period, was started by Mr. Gallardo. "This
is the first time in years that we have had an orchestra,
and the students are doing a terifficjobf' he comment-
ed on their success.
Also hitting the scales were the Concert, Symphonic,
and Jazz bands. The Concert band is the talent-filled
stepping stone to the Symphonic and hopefully, the
Jazz band, whose members are some of the best musi-
cians at school.
Assisting Mr. Gallardo in the success of the bands was
student-teacher, Tom Jones. Mr. Jones finds working
here at Tennyson with a great band very exciting and
helpful, as he hopes to someday be a teacher in the
Mr. Gallardo also taught a guitar class in addition to
the bands, and they all worked very hard to bring music
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l. Gina Green decorates her gingerbread house. 2. Ron Chapman washes the dishes.
3 Cherie LaVenture works on her project. 4. Yolonda Velasquez, Elva Sanchez and
Luana Wilson get ready to finish off the cake. 5, Linda Hodges smiles for the
camera. 6. Roxanne Carlson, Cathy Clevenger and Irene Clenney get together to
sew. 7. Cindy Glass gets ready to get started.
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Delicious aromas of foreign and domestic foods linger
through "C" hall daily as the Home Economics classes
tested their abilities in the kitchen. Mrs. Vilhauer, Mr.
Armstrong, and Mrs. Blazic taught not only cooking
but, other skills such as macrame, latch hook rugs and
The class was excellent, because it prepared the stu-
dents for living on their own. Boys and girls alike en-
joyed the experience of a finished sewing product or a
decorative macramed plant hanger.
Mrs. Vilhauer taught "Living On Your Own." The
class did such assignments as bank book, interior de-
sign, and cooking.
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This years, 198lr82, Lancer baseball team dominated most
of its opponents that they played. "This was the best team
that this school has ever had," commented Coach Willie
Valech. "Our'team had the best talent that I've seen in
years," said senior catcher Jack Toland. The Lancer squad
was a veteran club and one of the top teams in the Bay Area.
Ever since coach Valech has taken over we have become a
winner. "We have made it to the playoffs three years in a
row," replied senior Mike King. Perhaps the biggest reason
for the Lancers success was the pitching of three time All-
HAAL pick Doug Henry, Also helping the Lancer cause was
Junior Charles Bonney who was consistent both at the plate
and in the field. The rest of the team consisted of: third
baseman, Tim Cunningham, shortstop Ray Magallanes, first
baseman, Mike Goueia,,pitcher, Doug Henry pitcher, Todd
Luallin, outfielder, Robert Rivera, catcher Mike Riveria,
outfielder, Eddie Melendez, pitcher, Tim Helms, infielder,
Rick Oase, Assistant Coach Mike Bongarz.
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Jack Toland, Tim Helms, Mike Rivera, Coach Valech, Row 2: Robert Reveria, Dave
Edwards, Doug Henry, Ray Magallanes, Mike Gouveia, Junior Herrera, Tim Cune
ningham, Charles Bonney. 2. Concentration is Jack Toland's key to success. 3. Junior
Herrera puts tag on Farmer runner. 4. Talking over strategy is Doug Henry and Jack
Toland. 5. Charles Bonney guns down runner. 6. Third baseman Tim Cunningham
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trampled their opponents with three returning starters, Doug
Texeira, John Martinez andfJohn Solario. Lancers have shown
gtfeatpperformance this pastyear. "Even though we had some
troubles with the coaching staff, I think our chance for first
place is as good as any team,'7 Dino Torres proudly stated.
ffAnthony Bolelo is the new cbachg' stated Head Varsity Coach
Willie Valech,"'He,ll do a goodyjob, he has a good reputation
with the kids."
1. Top row: Robert Defete, Randle Cook, Rodney Posey, Doug Texeira, John
Solario, Brian Price, Steve Carplilter, Chris Bygum, Jim Perkinson, John Mar-
tinez, Dino Torres, James Coppelo,-David Williams, David Sakata, Chris Kir-
stein, John Overdorf, and Coach TonytBolelo. 2, John Martinez whirls in a
strike! Za. "Let's get out there and win,'l preps, Coach Boleo.
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Hurtado, gets set to hit the ball. 6. Bennie Martinez winds up. 7. Coach Currier and
player Jane Moore plan their strategy.
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Last season's 0-14 :record was a great disappointment to the
Lancer Ladies, but through many hours of practice and in-
struction, the girls came through shining,
Eight 'returning varsity players, helped to round out this rela-
tively young teamg Patricia Hurtado, the team's only senior
member commented, "Our team has improved over last
year's team. Ourcoaching staff is a lot better." Junior Dawn
Amaral agreed by adding, "Our team has come a long way
through the years and we've improved a lot."
Coaches Jeanne Calamar and Cindy Currier worked with the
girls and produced a successful season. f'The team showed
great promise and has the ability to be a league contender."
Coach Currier summed up for them both.
In their first pre-season game on March 12 at Pacific High
School, Tennyson had a shakey start. The Vikings slipped
past Tennyson with a score of 4 to 2. This showed that the
Lancers could become a major threat throughout the season.
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"This years Badminton team played with real determina-
tion", said Coach Prince. Although there were an awful lot of
first year players the team was successful. There were 12
returnees from the previous year. One of the returnees Alfred
Hernandez added, "Our teams strong points were girls and
boys doubles, and mixed doubles? Tennyson's weak point
has always been singles but they worked on improving their
singles game. The team practiced everyday after school for
two hours and usually had games twice a week. "There were
more pre-season matches which were nice because it gave the
new players a chance to get the feelingw, commented Susan
Hanson. This years team showed real dedication!
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l. Tammy Lem does her famous back stroke. 2. Boys team, front row, Jim Stephen-
son, Mark Wood, John Chmiel, Back row, Coach Tom Crocker, Mike Zaballos,
Doug Chapman, Jeff Marlais, Steve Bongard, Eddie Sears. Not in picture, Just V -LV V
Joplin, Eric Blockie, Danny Brown, David Gyory, and Jim McGovern. 3. Eddie jr J 1
Sears performs his front two and a half summersalt. 4. Mark Wood swims the '
butterfly as he makes it to the wall. 5, John Chimiel bring his head around for a
breath of air. 6. Steve Bongard concentrates on performing his dive. 7. Girls team, '
front row, Coach Crocker, Liz Nava, Teresa Difede, Tammy Honig, Julie Hanna,
Sherry Henderson. Back Row, Tammy Lem, Julie Sandow, Ann O'Brien, Leah
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The Lancers swim team started out very early in the season
with few experienced swimmers. "As the season progressed,
we gained experience from each meet and we were able to
improvef, said Mr. Crocker, the coach.
Most of the team was madeup of Freshmen and sophomores.
There were very few seniors and juniors. For the first time
since this school opened in 1958 the boys and girls did not
compete together as one team ibut as individual boy teams
and girl teams. ,
Coming back for the third year is Mark Wood, as the stron-
gest and fastest swimmer on the team, Mark commented, "I
think the team did great, and, sophomore, Just Joplin has a
lot going for him in the futurerat Tennyson with the swim
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is what this years 1982 track teams were trying to do. The
team had to practice for several hours a week on our track
and also on the trails of Garin Park
Some of the key people on the team were Dion Washington,
Manjo Sen, Scott Andrews and Ron McDonald, however the
rest of the people on the team were also a great necessity to
the team. "It was an inexperienced team but besides Castro
Valley we were competitive with the others schools", com-
mented Mr. Ron Stark
The team did well this season finishing in one of the top four
spots in the league. The defending league champions were
Scott Andrews and Marcia Whalen. L'Our team this year was
relatively small, but we were still the best. I wish the track
team of 1983 good luck but with a coach like Mr. Stark I
know that they will do tremendously well,'i said Dion Wash-
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Tayco. Center: Mike Black, Todd Gordon, Jose Govea, Eric Silva, Eric King, Zeddrick
Scott, Kelly Muskgrove, Greg Eager, Clifton Caspit, Lee Wilhight, Chris Fenn, Matt
Reyes, Dana Tayco, Front: Lisa Gimeno, Deanne Lyon, Penny Wilkes, Tarasa Moore,
Marcia Whalen, Christina Uchytil, and Connie Hurtado. 2. Larry Wood gives his all in
throwing the shot-put. 3. Scott Andrews and Dion Washington strive for a victory over
a Castro Valley runner. 4. Ronald McDonald clears the bar with ease, 5. Up, Up and
away Mike Beneviente goes for it all. 6. Todd Gordon poll vaulting his way to a win for
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was the theme for the class of 85. It didn't take them long to get into
the swing of things as they had very little trouble finding their way
around here at Tennyson.
The Freshman Safari took second place which was great, because
for the past three years the freshman classes have placed fourth in
Spirit Week, which proved that the name Freshman isn't anything
to laugh at. Rolling in the dough was just a mild way of putting it
for the freshman money makers as they brought in an estimated
5500.00 dollars for this school year. The first money making pro-
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Robert Bargas Maria Barrios Paula Baxter
Lisa Bowers Kelley Brooks Gary Brown
ject that they had was a candy sale which was a great success! As
their freshman year came to an end, they looked back on this year
and were sad to leave their freshman year behind, but they were
even happier to become Sophomores.
The freshmen class officers were President Frankie Luzaich, Vice
President: David Sakata and Treasurer: Teri Benbrowicz, which
was one of the reasons why they were one of the best freshman class
that Tennyson High has had!
Ed Addison Roman Aglibot Vickie Alameda
Abdul Azimi Donna Balelo Wilma Balmediano
Mercedes Bienvenue Danny Bocanegra John Bonardi
Michelle Brown Stan Bullis Mathew Burton
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number one! 2. Hard at work were Dino Silva and
fb-I Renida Butler Juan Cabrera
Tennyson Calundo Doug Camacho Carlos Camara Frank Canedo Lisa Cappello Yolanda Carrier
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Darryl Clark Kim Colbert Angela Coleman
Terri Coleman Gregory Combs Randall Cook 2A
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finishing lunch. 3. Smiling for the camera is Racheal
Billy Curtis Greg Dalzell
Darlene Davis Ethel Davis
Terri Dembrowicz Deann Desoto
Stacy Cross Collette Cunningham
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Camella Davis Clarence Davis
Dan Delbagge Mark DelRosario
Adelim Driscoll Victor Duenas
Richard Golgtgn Kim Duran Scott Effinger
Kyle Escalem Charlene Esser Eric Evans
Emil Fajardo Beatrice Feliciano Neil Ferris
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1. Johnathon Gordon and friend dance the night away. 2. Kris Kerstein stands
alone. 3. William Diez relaxes in the shade. 4. Freshman doing their skit.
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Lynne Justus Lisa Kaloostian Michael LOYH
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Afshia Khoshdel Cambi King Eric King
Mike Kingsford Scott Kirchner Greg Kiyoi
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Leonel Pacheacho Sandy Lucas
Maria Lucero Bryan Lukins
Domingo Luna Suzi Luque
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1. Freshmen Cheerleaders show their spirit. 2. Three
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Tina Martin Armondo Martinez
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Marco Martinez David Massone
Ruth Mata Brien Matz Debra May
William Metante Peter Miranda Danny Moore
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Brian Mote Luis Murga Marie Neely
Kimm Negrone Chris Norton Sabrina Norman
Lisa Noguera Lorraine Null Tonya Nunes
Jeanette Pacheco Mario Sanchez Leonel Pacheaco Arlynne Pastor Jose Pastran Angie Peinado Zv
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Diane Perez Matthew Perez Tonia Perez James Perkinson
Gina Pulitovich Carlos Presidente Dennis Pzeveso Sharon Quan
Angelica Ramirez Lydia Ramos
Robert Ribeiro Jerome Risby
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Michelle Rodriquez David Romero
1. Charleston Ceve smiles forthe camera. 2. Freshmen
having fun doing their skit. 3. Phyllis Wilson hard at
work. 4. Shading her pretty eyes from the sun is Doris
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Cindy Ray Veronica Regevig Matt Reyes Joe Rheinor
Esperanz Rivera Richard Keen
Regina Works Cynthia Rodrigues
Javier Romero Michelle Rudy
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Ululani Simon Kevin Smith
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Randall Stoops John SICHUOF
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Luis Torres Miguel Trevino Sheri Uchytil Amalia Velazquez Elizabet Velazquez
Joseph Velasquez Vickie Vice Kim Villa Paul Villegas Hai Vu
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Lee Wilbright David Williams Sharon Winsett Jeff Witt Regina Works Ricky Yamashita
Nancy Yee Ron York Carlos Zarate Ramona Zavala Olivia Zarate Bryan Zuking
School spirit is one thing Tennyson High seemed to lose more and
more of as the years have gone on until the Class of "83,' came onto
the scene. Although the class took a measly third place in spirit
week competition with the slogan SOPHOMORES GO BA-
NANAS, they had the widest variety of people involved in the
spirit week activities in many years. Jocks, rah-rahs, and just the
normal studentsjoined in on the spirit week festivities when usually
only the rah-rahs are absorbing all the fun.
The sophomores took second place in the float competition and first
place in the hallway competition. If it weren't for not getting
enough bonus points during the week of fun the sophomore class
might have been in contention for the first place trophy.
Led by class officers Steve Bongard, President, Dahlia Buss, Vice
President, Sheryl Shawen and Steve Jackson, SecretaryfHistori-
Ricardo Acevedo John Achaigua Danny Aguilar
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the Sophomores took their turn at making a little bit of money with
different fund raisers. These fund raisers consisted of car washes,
coupon book sales, a candy sale, and an aluminum can drive.
The class made over S900 on just three of the four attempts at
raising money. The one fund raiser that failed was the aluminum
can drive. The only cans brought in were those of the teacher
advisor, Mr. Morrison.
"Well, I had a fun year. We tried but I guess we needed to get it
together sooner," said Sheryl Shawen. This thought was shared by
many of the sophomores and because of these feelings the class of
"83" showed they were more together than a lot of classes were in
the years before them.
David Aguilar Millie Alemasov Amy Alvarei
Eric Anderson Ferdinand Arafiles Lori Arrabit
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Alisa Becerra Julie Beltran Misty Benson
Linda Bonk Mike Bronzi Ralph Brown
Quinton Byrd Cherise Cabral Elliott Callahan
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Dahlia Buss Chris Bygum
James Cappello Athan Carabello
Juan Castaneda Vidanilo Castro
Peggy Chatham Karen Chin V
Robyn Clark Teri Clark
David Conand Thuy Cong
Marie Crescini Tammy Cruz
Celia DeLaRosa Roy Depizair
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Onkar Dhjilion Tina Diamond
Bill Diaz Debra Diaz
Robert Difede Marcia Dodsun
Elizabeth Cook Cynthia Cordova Judy Costa
Kim Davis Michael Dean Tracey DeBorba
1. Caught showing off his '??'?'? appeal is Sophomore class prince Just Joplin. 2
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Dennis Erectus Sandra Espinoza
Jim Edwards Jamila Ehsan Zorha Ehsan Tami Ellsworth
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Galindo Gina Garland Tonya Gatewood
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Kathy Gerow Lisa Gimeno Eileen Glenn Laura Gomes Arturo Gomez
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Andreas Gross Lethu Ha Julie Hanna Azam Hashimi Ferishta Hashimi
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watches on as Collette McComb shows off her Basket-
Charmain Hopkins Eileen Hosino Jose Ireta
Darlene Jefferson Just Joplin Cynthia Jow
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John Lambert Veronica Land Jason Lee
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Denyne Lyons Mario Madrid David Manzo Yolanda Marquez Paul Martin Toni Martinez
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Carol Nieves Teresa Nunes
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Indaleci Padilla Young Park Ileana Pastran
Drewan Perry Jerry Perry Phonsava Phaysavang
1. Showing off the technique of passionately sipping o.j. is Kathy Fagalde. 2. Setting
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Kim Poepoe Denio Ponco
Rodney Posey David Prevatt
Patrick Pryor Daryl Quan
Jose Reyes Raymond Reynolds
1. Maria Rodriguez shows her emotions after the sophomores lose an event. 2, Just Joplin and Mike Bronzi look
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Michelle Ruiz Richard Ruiz Patrick Ryan
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Donna Scott Eddie Sears Frank Severa Bernie Shanklin Sheryl Shawen Tracey Shields
Marin Silva Raymond Silva Sanjay Sindal Jennifer Sipp Tammy Sischile John Sitko
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Virginia Yillegas Cathy Walker Charles Walker
Kyle Washington Mary Watkins Jeff Wever
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Wendy Wallace Roseann Warren
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Penny Wiltz Kim Wong
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Michael Benavente David Benavidez Darrell Benson
Vince Black Charles Bonney Donna Bontrager
Kurt Borden Sam Brantley Kevin B1-archer
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Tim Anson Esther Area Richard Arellano
Sherry Azevedo Kelly Bacon Michael Baldizan
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Lisa Burton Theresa Butorovich
Kimberle Cabo Pam Cabral
Rodney Cain Refugio Cantu
Doris Cartagena Elvia Chaidez
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Sonia Clenney Mike Colon
Margaret Contreas Chris C01-neu
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Eddie Eger Robert Elliott
Barkzi Farwa Helen Febo
Scott Covert Alison Cravalho
Andera Daniels Dennis Darnell
Lisa Dean Debbie Deanda
Stacy Drawdy Lisa Dunn
Jeffery Elwaft Maria Estrada
Alberto Feliciano Bob Penn
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McGill Johnson Barbara Jones Jeff Jones Deanna Johnson
Steve Kohl Steven Lamendola Robert Land Diana Lara
Radonna Lee Tammy Lem Lewis Frank
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Paul Melker Diane Menezes Robert Mehrley
Laurie Liles Cynthia Linson
Fred Lucero Eric Ludvi g
Raymond Magallanes Dallon Mahoney
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Myles McGinnis Kimmer McQuinn
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Nancy Simmons Reshpal Singh
Cathy Slayton Kevin Snell
Colleen Soper Rick Sosa
Alicia Sepulveda Dennis Severance
Sean Tayco John Texeira
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Susan Manzo Freddie Malvo
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Hayward, Ca. 732-0447
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27343 WHITMAN ST.
HAYWARD, CA. 94544
COAST TO COAST HARDWARE
31169 MISSION BLVD.
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BRUCES ARCO SERVICE 782-5010
1220 W. TENNYSON RD.
HAYWARD, CA. 94544
SOUZA RADIATOR SERVICE 5824335
25101 MISSION BLVD.
HAYWARD, CA. 94544
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HAYWARD, CA. 94544
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7550 Mowry Ave.
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77 Jackson St.
Hayward, Ca. 94544
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P.O. Box 2
Union City, Ca. 94587 487 1398
CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1982
Auto Care .'
2408 Whipple Rd.
Hayward, Ca. 94544
47l-5776 Coy Moody
Expert Repairs On Domestic And Japanese Cars
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Acevedo, Gustavo 140
Acevedo, Ricardo 152
Acevedo, Rosa 179
Achaigue. John 152
Achaigue. Michail 140
Adams, Evelyn 140
Addison, Edward 140
Burton, Lisa 166
Burton, Matthew 140
Buss. Dahlia 24, 26, 29, 49, 153
Buss, Melinda 26, 28, 30, 179
Butler, Renida 141
Butorovich, Theresa 166
Bygum, Christian 153, 129
Dabney, John 180
Dalzell, Gregory 142, 129
Dancoe. Maryann 141. 142
Daniels, Andrea 27, 49, 63, 166, 169
Darnell, Dennis 166
Davila, Peter 154
Davis, Camella 142
Aduviso. Consuelo 39, 165, 136
Agliboy, Roman 140
Aguilar. Catherine 177,
Aguilar, Daniel 152
Aguilar. David 152
Akram, Azizah 177
Alameda, Vickie 140
Alemasov, Ludmila 152
Allen, Anthony 113, 177
Allen, Carl 12, 177, 136
Allen, Sean 140
Allen, Tanya 26
Alvarez, Amy 152
Alvarez, Hector 53, 152
Amaral, Dawn 165, 130
Amaral, Michael 152
Ampon, Rachael 143
Anderson, Amy 152
Byrd, Quinton 153
Cabo, Alfred 166
Cabo, Kimberley 166
Cabral, Cherise 153
Cabral, Pamela 43, 166
Cabrera, Gisela 178
Cabrera, Juan 78, 141
Cabrera, Nora 34, 166
Cain, Raymond 166
Cain, Rodney 166
Callahan, Elliott 153
Calunod, Ted 107, 153
Calunod, Tennyson 141 '
Calvin, Donald 12, 179'
Canacho, Douglas 141
Canara, Carlos 141
Davis, Clarence 142
Davis, Danny 54, 55, 180
Davis, Darlene 142
Davis, Ethel 142 V
Davis, Fred 142
Davis, Kim 154
Davis, Lisa 166
DaViS. Ronald 166
Davis, William 51, 66, 180
Dean, Deobrah 16, 180
Dean, Jamie 142
Dean, Michael 99, 154
Deanda, Debbie 166
Deanda, James 10, 142
Deborha. Tracey 154, 130
Dehlee, Teresa 16, 180
Eric 10, 152
Anderson, Ernest 38, 1 14
Anderson, Tanya 20, 24, 31, 33, 1
Andrews, William 177, 182, 136
Araliles, Ferdinand 152 '
Arca, Esther 33
A rnold ,
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Campos, Edwin 179
Canedo, Frank 141
Cappello, James 153, 129
Cappello, Lisa 98, 107, 141
Carabello, Athan 1-53,
Carlson, Crystal 166
Del Bagge, Dan 142
Del Rosario, Mark 142
Delarosa, Celia 154
Deleon. John 51, 167
Delgado, Angela 180
Delgado. Gloria 167
Arroyo, Rosemary 53
Asim, Muneer 152
Atwood, Teresa 177
Azevedo, Melinda 177
Bachmann, James 177
Bacon, Kelly 19, 136
Baker, David 177
Baker, Steven 175
Baldizan, Patricia 177
Baldovino, Maxine 177
Balmediano, Wilma 140
Bargas, Dina 24, 177, 188
Carlson, Roxanne 123, 179
Carlson, Susan 166
Carpenter, Christopher 103,
Carpenter. Steven 153, 129
Carrier, Yolanda 141 ,
Cartagena, Doris 166
Casipit, Clifton 10, 33, 141
Castaneda, Juan 153
Castorena, Gilbert 141
Castro, David 55, 179
Delgado, Helena 167
Dembrowicz, Teri 49, 142
Drose, John 51, 180
Desmond, Kristi 180, 182
Desoto, Deann 142
Scott 154 '
Devine, Megan 167
Dhillon, Sukhwinderjit 180
Castro, Vidanilo 153
Castro, Viviane 16, 179
Cave, Charleston 148
Cervantesi Frederic 179
Chaidez, Elvia 166
Chand. Deepak 141
Gallagher, Gerald 181
Robert 41. 47, 140
Chand. Pradeep 141
Barraza, Phillip 34, 176, 178
Barraza, Veronica 52, 103, 152, 162
Barrientos, Pablo 95, 152
Barriga, Jacqueline 152
Barrios, Maria 140
Bashore, Dan 178
Baumgart, Teri 152, 178
Baxter, Paula 140
Beaudry. Michael 152
Bccerra, Alisa 153, 136
Bell. Sandra 178, 192
Beltran, Julie 153
Benavente, Michael 19, 165, 136
Benson, Misty 153
Bergloff, Marie 153, 130
Bettencourt. Theresa 153
Beyelia, David 178
Bienvenue, Mercedes 140
Black, Vincent 12, 165, 136
Blakley, Sheri 36, 178, 189, 193
Blockie, Eric 134
Boeanegra, Daniel 140
Bogan. Noreen 178
Bonardi, John 140
Bongard, Steven 10, 24, 49, 97, 153, 134
Bonk, Joanne 178
Bonk, Linda 153
Bonney, Charles 5, 12, 56, 82, 84, 85, 88, 126
Borden, Kurt 165
Bottorft, Jeffrey 178
Bower, Barbara 35, 36, 176. 178, 189, 193
Bowers. Lisa 140
Bowman. Jay 178
Boyd. James 58. 62, 178
Brantley, Samuel 95, 100. 116
Bratcher, Kevin 33. 101
Britt, Kathie 73, 178
Dawn 27, 166
Chandler, Sandy 179
Chapman, Douglas 153
Chapman, Ronald 122, 179 Y
Peggy 10. 153 f
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Chinn, Clifford 49, 153 J
Chmiel, John 166, 134
Cho, John 166 7 ,,
Choy, Michael 179 .
Clare, Jay 24, 31, 32, 78, 179, 192
Clark, Darryl 10, 66, 31, 141, 129 3 "
Clark, Robin 153 F 1 '
Clark, Shellie 179
C1ark,Theresa 153 'i ' i,
Bronzi, Michael 10. 153, 161
Brooks. Kelley 140, 130
Brown, Danunrd 166, 134
Brown, Gary 140
Brown, Jonathan 178
Broun, Michelle 14, 193, 178
Brown. Michelle B, 66, 178
Brown, Ralph 153
Brown. Scott 178
Bruce, Nicholas 153
Bruce. Patrick 63. 179
Bullrs. Curtis 178
Bullis, Stanley 140
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Clenney. Sonia 20, 166 1
Clevenger. Kathleen 123, 176, 179
Cola, Carolyn 48, 67. 102, 103, 176, 180, 193
Colbert, Kimberly 141
Colbert, Lindsey 81
Coleman. Angela 141
Colon. Miguel 103. 105, 166
Comella. Vivian 35. 41, 180
Conand, David 154
Cong. Thuy Thi 154
Connors. Robert 166
Contreras, Lucia 32, 154
Ccntereas. Margaret 103, 166
Cook, Douglas 154
Cook, Elizabeth 144, 161
Cook, Randall 10, 79, 141, 129
Cordova, Leah 23, 41. 65. 81, 95, 153, 154, 134
Cornett. Christian 166
Costa, Karen 180
Coursey, Randy 5, 51, 180
Craig. Paul 180
Cravalho. Alison 166
Crescini. Marie 154
Cross. Cheryl 142
Cross, Stacey 142
Cniz, Tammy 154
Cummings, Deborah 166
Cunningham, Bridget 26, 28, 105, 166
Cunningham, Collette 142
Cunningham, Timothy 8. 12. 45, 180, 190, 126
Curtis, Walter 142
Custis. Denise 176, 180
Diamond, Tina 154
Dias, Kenneth 154
Diaz, Debra 154
Diaz, William 145, 154
Dierkingi Steven 154
DiFede, Robert 19, 154, 129
DiFede. Theresa 23, 142, 134
Dates, Gregg,,1l4, 142
Dimas,iSteven'12, 48, 180
Dodson, Marcia 154
Dorado, Matthew 136 A
Dornatlt, Brian 155 fi G1
Downey, Brian 180 ' 1- 1 'f
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Edwards, Don 8, 1,2,15.105,l81, 192,136
Edwards, James 155 f 1 ,
Eflinger, Scott 143 f
Eger, Eddie 167
K Ehsan, Zohra 155
'Eijansantos, Ronaldo 78
Eldridge, Stacia 176, 181, 193
Elisary, Julcne 55
Elliott, Randy 19
Elliott, Robert 18, 167
Ellsworth, Tammy 155
Elwart, Jeffrey 167
Escalera, Kyler 143
Espinom, Isidro 12, 155, 181
Esser, Charlene 143
Esser, Jeanne 29, 49, 181, 183
Estrada, Maria 167
Evans, Eric 143
Fagalde. Katherine 158
Faine, Carmen 167
Fajardo, Emil 143
Falcon, Michael 10
Famer, Elton 155
Farmer, John 38, 41, 166
Febo. Helen 167
Febo, Michael 181
Feliciano, Alberto 167
Feliciano, Beatrice 143
Fenn, Christopher 19, 155
Fenn, Robert 38. 136
Fernandez. Fred 181
Fernandez, Matthew 53, 54
Ferreim, Steve 181
Ferrell, Michael 167
Ferris, Neil 143
Fiandor. Juan 76, 78
Fiandor. Marioli 37, 73, 74. 167
Figueroa, David 143
Figueroa, Norma 155
Filamor, Edna 20, 181
Flores, Albino 143
Flores, Anna 143
Flores, Charlotte 155 '
Flores, Gabrial 168
Florez, Gary 155
Fogarty, Ryan 168
Ford, Elizabeth 22. 23, 75, 107
Ford, Frank 143
Ford. James 168
Ford, Linda 63, 181
Ford, Walter 171
Formento, Jesse 143 V
Forsythe. Shawn 143
Foster, Randy 68, 69, 168
Foster, Stacey 168
Francia, Jennifer 143
Francia, John 105, 181, 193
Francis, Troy 87, 181
Francois, Darlene 26, 29, 68 165
Franconi, Galindo 155
Franconi, Vivian 181
Franklin, Douglas 143
Fuentes. Chris 10. 155
Fuentes, Ramon 168
Furagganan, Glenda 168
Furtado, Bernadette 155
Furtado, Paul 78
Galindo, Laura 168
Galindo, Lucia 155
Galindo, Maria 168
Galindo, Michelle 143
Galindo. Rosa 155
Gallagher, Joseph 181
qrhiegirs, Nrirbert,s'1, 168
,oargiin Arrttieri27,i4g. 168
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Gates, Archie 82, 846168. 136
'Gerdrdtp 'Peter 168
Eieniiv, Kaiiiieeii 156
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Giraldez, Richard 168
Giraldez, Stephanie 143
Glenn, Eileen 156
Golston, Richard 10, 143
Gomes. Carol 182 A
Gomes, Dawn 144
Gomes, Laura 156 '
Gomez, Arturo 156
Gomez, Arturo R, 156
Gomez. Arturo V, 156
Gomez. Belinda 168
Gomez, Anthony 182
Gonsal es, Sherrie 168
Adrian 32, 76, 78, 18
Gonzalez, Pedro 114. 156
Gonzalez, Rafaela 117, 160
Gordon, Anthony 18, 19, 144
Gordon, David 156
Gordon. Donald 156
Gordon, James 81, 144, 136
Gordon, Jay 182
Gordon, Jonathan 168
Gorospe. Olivia 144
Gouveia, Michael 168. 126
Govea. Alma 168
Govea, Jose 156, 136
Graham, Michael 158
Green, Gina 23. 122, 156. 130
Overdorf, John 159
Green, Lee 103, 105, 168
Green, Robert 51, 182 '
Green, Shirley 168
Grimth, Teresa 156
Gross, Andreas 94, 156
Guliek, Scott 143, 144
Gusman, Lisa 168 ,
Gyory. David 78, 144, 134
Ha, Lethu 156
Ha, Tho Thue 144
Hagen, Armand 114, 182
Hammerich, Susan 103, 105, 169
Hanna, Jennifer 69, 104, 105, 182
Hanna, Julie 88, 1156, 134 2
Hansen, Colleen -144 Y
Hanson, Susan 33, 48, 77, 78, 109, 182
Harding, Virginia 182, 193 '
Harris, Carol 182
Hashimi, Aram 156
Hashimi, Ferishta 156
Hashimi, Jamal 169 -
Hawkins, Stephanie' 107, 156
Hellner, Leslie 176, 182
Helms. Timothy 169, 126
Henderson, Sherrie 16, 66, 102, 169, 134
Hennemann, Donna 144
1-lennemann, Gary 183 ,
Hennemann, Sharon 169 V
1-iennessey, Catherine 48, 103, 118, 181, 183
Henry, George 82, 169, 136 ,
Henry, Karrie 136! '
Henry, Doug 35, 41, 82, 83, 84, 102, 103, 105,
Hernandez, Alfredo 24, 30, 31, 34, 62, 181, 183
Hernandez, Dawn 22, 23, 39, 103, 169, 130
Hernandez, Este1lall56 Y , 1
Hernandez, Frank 144 " , '
Hernandez, Maria 183,
Hernandez, Monica 156 '
Hernandez,Sainue1 53, 55, 183
Herrera, Ana 144 V , p
Herrera, Guillermo 5,182, ss, 169, 126
t, Cristina 1561, '
Hill, Elisabeth. 144 , V,', , K '
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Hoag1en,Marion 144 , V
Hoagos,'Linao.122, 123, 156
Hogan, Casey'1,69, , V
1-lonig, Tammy 156, 134
Hood, Julie 169 , ' "
Hook, llaleri 156 A '-
Hopkins, Charmaine 72, 156
Hopkins., John 169
Hosino, Eileen 44, 156
Hosino, Julian 183
Hosino, Leilani 169
Humer,Leon 144, 136
Hurley, Mary-Kate S, 169
Hurtado, Antionette 144
Hurtado, Connie 19, 18, 45, 183, 136
Hurtado, Corinee 169
Hurtado, Patricia 36, 183, 130
Hutchings, Duane 183
Hylton, David 145
lrela, Jose 156
lsadora, Arituerpia 169
Ivy, Octavia 183
Jackson, Steven 12, 49, 80, 81, 156
Jackson, Yvette 169
James, Gina 145
Jefferson, Darlene 157
Johnson, Karyn 24, 27, 31, 178, 183
Johnson, McGill 169
Johnson, Steve 183
Jones, Barbara 169
Jones, Gary 145
Jones, Jeffrey 116, 169
Joplin, Just 10, 45, 154, 157, 161, 134
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Kain, Denise 176, 183
Kaloostian, Lisa 145
Keen, Richard 149
Kelley, Robert 32, 33, 157
Kemnitz, Karen 157
Kesler, Jamie 87, 145, 136
Keys, Leland 145
Khan, Yasmin 145
Khoshdel, Afzal 145
Kiley, Kendall 183
Kim, Hong-Sun 78, 119, 183
Kim, John 169
Kinerman, Ronald 183, 136
King, Cambi 75, 145
King, Deborah 157
King, Eric 79, 145, 136
King, Marie 33, 157
King, Michael 5, 13, 12, 14, 31, 35, 40, 62, 82
126, 136, 184, 187
Kingsford, Michael 145
Kintscher, Joanne 157
Kirk, Kenneth 157
Kirstein, Catherine 20, 21, 72, 74, 169, 130
Kirstein, Chris 145, 129
Kistler, Tamera 184
Kiyoi, Cheryl 63, 176, 184, 193
Kiyoi, Gregory 87, 131, 145
Kluba, Michael 157
Knudson, Mary 102, 103, 176, 184, 193
Kohl, Steve 169
Kokkinis, Ourania 146
Koo, Shirley 157
Kubischke, Sandra 146
Kulesza. Charlotte 146
Kulesza, Mary 62, 76, 78, 184
Lambert, John 11, 80, 151
Lamendola. Steven 169
Land, Marissa 146
Ladouceur, Donald 157
Land, Robert 169
Land, Veronica 157
Lara, Diana 24, 31, 39, 38, 41, 57, 169
Larsen, Robert 184
Lavenlure, Cherie 112, 179, 184
Laverne, Monique 146
Lee, Jason 10, 157
Lee, John 157
Lee, Kenneth 146
Lee, Radonna 170
Lee, Robert 157
Lem, Tammy 49, 168, 170, 134
Lemos, Debra 103, 176, 184, 193
Leung, Kevin 79, 146
Levi, Arnold 146
Lewis, Frank 170
Lewis, Jeffrey 146
Lewis, Michael 184, 189
Leyva, Obiel 146
Liles, Laurie 105
Linson, Cynthia 66, 105, 104, 170
Liu, Peggy 184
Lloyd, William 184
Loaisiga, Deborah 55, 184
Lopez, Enrigue 184
Lopez, Loreta 146
Louis, Roxann 146
Lourenco, Edward 50, 170
Lourenco, lnex 157
Low, Jonathan 146
Loya, Michael 10, 108
LuaI1in,'1'odd 184, 126
Lucas, Sandra 146
Lucero. 11 Fredrick 170
Lucero, Jenny 146 V
Luoerol Maria 146
Lucero, Penny 27, 58, 184
Ludvig, Eric 170
Lugo, Nelson 185
Lukins, Bryan 146
Lum, Patricia 146
Luna, Argentina 77, 185
Luna, Domingo 146
Luna, Tina 185
Luque, Suzette 146
Luzaich, Frank 49, 148, 150
Lynch, Bonnie 185
Lyons, James 185
Lyons, Denyne 70, 157, 136
MacAwile, Angel 55, 185
MacAwile, Fe 33, 170
Madrid, Mario 157
Madrid, Sheri 185
Madsen, June 185 V
Magallanes, Raymond 12, 126, 170
Mahedy, Paul 51. 185
Mahoney, Dallon 170
Maldonado, Rudy 170
Malvo, Freddie 185
Manausa, Mark 49, 186
Manzo, David 117, 157
Manzo, Manuel 12, 14, 40, 176, 185, 188, 126
Manzo, Theresa 170
Manzo, Susan 176, 185
Marciel, Melvin 147
Marks, Linda 170
Marlais, Jeffrey 98, 147, 134
Marquez, Yolanda 52, 157
Marlin, Darlene 20. 21, 72, 74. 170, 130
Martin, Paul 157
Martin, Tina 147
Martinez, Angela 185
Martinez, Antoinette 157
Martinez, Armondo 147
Martinez, Bennerita 70, 75, 130
Martinez, Daniel 185
Martinez, Doreen 157
Martinez, Edward 185
Martinez, John 157, 129
Martinez, Laura 147
Martinez. Marco 147
Martinez, Mark 81
Martinez, Randy 170
Martinez, Ruben 170
Martinez, Steven 185
Massone, David 147
Mata, Ruth 147
Mattos, Maria 24, 27, 28,
Matz, Brien 147
May, Betty 186 '
May. Debra 147
Maya, Marcus 157
Maya, Mario 49, 147
Mayberry, Robin 157
McClusky, Lynn 170
31, 33, 66, 68, 69, 1
McClusky, Neil 186
McComb, Collette 157
McComb, Michelle 186
McDonald, Ronald 136
McEl1ey, William 147
McFarland, Cheryl 94, 170
McGinnis, Myles 170
McGovern, James 157, 134
Mclntosh, Roger 158
McKechnic, Dorothy 36, 182, 186
McQuinn, Kim 170
Mook, Debra 158 '
Medina, Andrea 170
Medina, Edward 186
Medina. Sandra 147
Megens, Rebecca 158
Mchrley, Robert 170
Melendez, Edward 12, 170, 126
Melker, Paul 82, 83. 84, 170
Menezes, Diane 170
Menezes, Robert 68, 105, 186
Menjivar, Angel 70, 78
Metante, William 147
Micheal, Tracy 186
Milani, Karen 102, 103, 176, 186
Millhousc, Cheryl 158
Nelson, Michael 171
Neyses, Kenneth 187
Niblett, Robert 171
Nicolai. Norman 187
Nieves. Carol 106. 158
Nieves, Marilyn 187
Noble, Susan 187
Noe, .lack 187
Noguera, Lisa 148
Norman, Sabrina 148
Norton, Troy 148
Null, Lorraine 148
Nunes. Teresa 158
Nunes, Tonya 148
Oase. Eric 66, 68, 70, 81. 85, 171, 126
Obricn, Ann 105, 187
Ocampd. Eric 158
Olivan, Lynette 22, 23, 69, 87, 158, 130
Oliver, Carl 12
Olmstead, Gregg 158
Olrnstead, Lisa 72, 159
Olund, Teresa 187. 189
Oriel, Cynthia 159
Orosco, Ronald 159
Orr, Jaime 113, 157.159
Orr, Vicki 8, 103, 176, 187, 190
Orrey, Christine 20, 33, 62, 104, 105, 171, 130
Pacheco, Eleanor 171
Pacheco, Emanuel 77, 78, 187
Pacheco, Jeanette 148
Pacheco, Leonel 78, 148
Padilla, lndalecio 159
Pauda, Esther 171
Park, Jae 159
Parry, Loni 187
Pastor, Jane 148
Pastran, lleana 159
Pastran, .lose 148
Patterson. Mark 171
Paulitc, Steve 81, 159
Pearson, Anne 8, 118, 180, 187, 190
Pearson, Catherine 3, 103, 171
Peinado, Angelica 148
Pei, Sokhon 171
Pelimiano, Hedilim 187
Pelimiano, Mylenc 159
Pena, Ana 187
Pena, Caroll 16, 171
Perez, Diane 148
Perez, Frank 18
Perez, Matthew 148
Perez, Tonia 148
Perkinson, James 10, 148, 129
Miranda, James 170
Miranda, Josephine 104, 105, 186
Miranda, Peter 147
Moberg, Vaughn 10, 158
Mohring, Susan 170
Molina, Isabel 62, 186, 193
Perri, Christopher 159
Perry, Drewan 33, 159
Perry, Gerald 159
Picton, Robert 188
Pierce, Marcy 33, 159
Plolitsa, Alex 78, 188
Molzen, David 115, 186
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Montalvo, William 158
Montinc, Pauline 158
Mook, Stanford 158 K
Moore. Brian 32, 63, 56, 67, 186, 78
Moore, Daniel 147
Moore, Jane 158, 130
Moore, Kevin 87, 171
Moore, Tarasa 72, 74, 171, 136
Moore, Terry 112, 144
Moore, Timothy 10, 147
Morales, Lino 158
Morales, Rosa 158
Moreira, Mayra 147, 150
Moreno, Lisa 171
Moreno, Tommy 186
Morrison, Cheryl 158
Morrison, Shawn 103, 176, 185, 186, 193
Mortenson, Gregg 158
Mote, Brian 148
Mote, Dorene 171
Mummert, Rose 186
Murga, Luis 148
Muriset, Carlyn 158
Muriset, Deana 38, 103, 105, 171
Murray, Robert 178, 185
Musgrove, Kelly 10, 87, 136
Myers, Stephanie 158
Nagasawa, Ellen 16, 17, 76, 78, 176, 186, 193
Nakamcto, Robert 35, 57, 62. 186, 108, 121 V
Narveaz, Angela 158
Natsuhara, Debra 42, 158
Nava, Elizabeth 105, 186, 134
Naval, Virna 33, 171
Neely, Marie 148
Ncgrone, Kimberley 148
Ponco, Carlo 188
Ponco, Democrito 159
Ponco, Joey 81, 159
Posey, Rodney 10, 159
Posey, Stacey 8, 171
Pruidente, Carlos 148
Prevatt, David 159
Price, Brian 87, 159, 129
Price, Joseph 188, 136
Price, Myrna 171
Pryor, Christina 171
Pryor, Patrick 159
Quam, Kathleen 171
Quan, Daryl 159
Quan, Michael 105, 171
Quan, Sharon 17, 148
Quan, Susan 16, 149
Quintal, Lisa 4, 23, 69, 87, 159, 130
Quintero, Carlos 171
Rachal. James 149
Ramey, Lora 33, 99, 171
Ramirez, Angelica 149
Ramirez, Luis 171
Ramirez, Sylvia 188
Ramos, Lydia 149 ,
Rapoza, Manuel 54, 55, 188
Ray, Cindy 149
Ray, Jess 188
Ray, John 171
Raygoza, Leticia 188
Regevig, Varonica 149
Retzi, Luis 171
Reveira, Michael 38. 171. 126
Reyes, Charlotte 49. 172
Reyes, Gilbert 112
Reyes. JM 150
Reyes. Mary 24, 33.
Reyes. Nlztltltcyt 19,
65. 120. 172
Reykalm, Kenneth 172
Rheinor. Joseph 149
Rheinor, Regina 102
Ribeiro, Robert 149
Riblett, Michael 172
Rice, Kelly 101
Riddle, Sandra 159
Riley, Karen 172
Rink. Paula 188
Risby, Charles 12
Risby. Jerome 149
Ritter. Tammy 103,
105, 109, 188
Seto. Jimmy 189
Severa. Frank 161
Severance, Dcnnis 105. 174
Shanklin. Bernie 161
Shawen. Sheryl 22. 23.49, 72. 161
Sheehan, Susan 150
Shepard, Stephanie 189
Shepherd. Theresa 189
Sheridan, Steven 150
Shields. Tracey 72, 161
Sibley, Janine 171, 173
Sibley, Nicole 41, 47, 150
Signett, Jami 189
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Eric 10. 150. 136
Troche. Darren 110
Troutman, Cassandra 24, 32. 33, 49. 64, 171
Turpin, Jeffrey 162
Uchytil. Anthony 106, 170, 174, 136
Uchytil, Christina 162
Uchytil. Sheri 151, 136
Ulibarri, Lynn 162
Umale, Julie 24, 32, 33, 49, 174
Uy, Gil ts, 19, 162
Valencia, Sheri 191
Valenzuela. Karla 162
Vanbuskirk. Richard 80, 152
Vasconcellos, Frank 175
Vasquez, Elva 120, 191
Vasquez, Felix 191
Vasquez. Verouicka 176, 191
Rivera. Amy 172
Rivera. Esperanza 149
Rivera. Mike 113
Rivera, Robert 81, 160, 126
Roberts, Victor 10
Robinson, Richard 150
Rocha, Guadalupe 52, 160
Rodrigues, Donna 149
Rodrigues, Johnna 149
Rodrigues, Sandra 188
Rodrigues, Benita 172
Rodrigues. Carmen 118, 188
Rodriguez, Carol 160
Rodriguez, Mariear 149
Rodriguez, Michelle 149
Rodrigeuz. Milagros 172
Rodriguez, Milette 75
Rodriguez, Marie 160
Rodriguez. Victoria 160 ,
Rogers, Kevin 188
Romero, Aurora 188
Romero. Betty 172
Romero, David 149
Romero, Javier 149
Romero, Luis 44, 172
Romero, Richard 160
Romero, Silvia 188
Roncarati, Rocco 160
Rosado. Yvette 172
Rosal, Jeffrey 160
Rosas, Ernesto 76, 78
Rosenbusch, Julie 103, 172
Rnvner, Angelina 44
Rubasky, Mark 160 '
Rudy. Michelle 149
Silva, Kimberly 150
Silva, Maria 161
Silva, Melvin 5, 12, 15, 190. 136
Silva, Raymond 161
Silva, Wayne 190
Simas, Matthew 70, 86, 87. 166, 173
Simmons. Nancy 174
Simon, Lani 173
Simon, Ululani 150
Singh. Reshpal 173
Sioteco, Elix 101. 174
Sipp, Jennifer 161
Sisehile, Tamara 161
Sitko, John 161
Slayton, Catherine 39, 174
Smith, Theresa 40, 102. 103. 176, 190, 193
Smith, Kenneth 174
Smith. Kevin 150
Smith, Kimberly 150
Snell, Kevin 174
Snell, Wayne 190
Snowden, Tina 150
Snyder. Brenda 162
Snyder, Christopher 150
Solorio, John 174, 129
Soper, Colleen 174
Soper, Jessie 162
Soper, Patricia 150
Sosa, Richardo 13, 12. 14, 174
Soto. Ann 190
Souza. Karen 162, 134
Speckman, Susan 102, 103, 176, 185, 190
Slegall, Ronald 150
Stephens. Sabrina 146, 150
Stephenson, James 162, 134
Stephenson. Wanda 150
Vasquez. Victor 50, 102. 175
Velasco, Cesar 175
Velagquez. Jeffery 191
Velazquez, Amalia 151
Velazquez, Carmen 191
vetazqliez, Elizabeth 151
Vice, Vickie 151, 161'
Viceral. Raymond 191 '
Vilche, John 12, 191
Villa, Kim 151
Villar, Jorge 191
Villasenor, Arturo 76, 78, 191
Villasenor, Dora 162
Villegas, Lisa 191
Villegas, Paul John 79, 88, 98, 151, 129
Villegas, Virginia 163
Virgin, Patrick 175
Vu. Hai 151
Vu, Hoahg 24, 48. 191
Walker, Cathy 26, 29, 163
Walker, Charles 82, 163, 126
Wallace. Wendy 163
Walls, Kimberly 191
Ward, Gary 175
Warner, Tammy 110, 175
Warren, Roseann 163
Warren. Yolanda 151
Washington, Dion 105. 115. 191
Washington, Kyle 163
Watkins, Mary 163
Watkins, Patricia 151
Watts, Stephanie 175
Weissman, Lisa 151
Wells, William 113, 191
Wentz, Jayme 175
Wentz, Kelley 151
White, Caroline 175
Ruggles, Kelly 173
Ruiz, Lisa 160
Ruiz. Michele 160
Ruiz, Richard 160
Ruiz, Tina 173
Sterling. Stephanie 150
Sterlinski, Darrin 150
Stewart. Gregory 87
Stockwell, Lisa 174
Stoops. Randal 150
Westerlield, Peter 77, 78.
Wever. Jeffrey 163
Whalen, Jennifer 33, 163
Whalen. Marsha 26, 190.
97. 102, 103, 176,
Ryan, Patrick 160
Rumley, William 33. 150
Sabian, Duane 78, 188
Sabian, Marian 150
Sabian, Patrick 173
Saito. Dana 160
Sakata, David 10, 49, 150. 129
Sakata. Donna 24, 31, 32, 49. 173
Sakata, James 173
Salazar, Nora 134, 173
Salazar, Roxana 161
Sanchez, Elva 122
Sanchez, Mario 148
Snndou'.Ju1ic 48. 189, 13-3
Sangliera. Burinder 161
Santiago, Kenneth 161
Santiago. Michelle 150
Santillano, Ronald 161
Santos. Edward 150
Santos. Joyce 161
Santos, Rita 189
Saxton. David 161
Schafer. Janelle S7. 150
Schcid. Joe 83. SZ. 189
Schmidt. Kurt 150
Schoutcn. Barry 150
Schouten. Hilary 173
Scott. Donna lol
Scott. Nlark 150
Scott. Zedrick 19. 79. 150, 136
Scars. Eddie lol
Salmon. Christina 100. 173
Stoops. Randie 162
Strain. Brian 190
Stratton, Linda 162
Stumm, Susan 174
Swift, Diana 162
Swift. Diane 190
Swift. Lester 118, 190
Sylvia, Frances 150
Talbert. Elizabeth 20. 40, 176, 191, 134
Tan. Ida 162
Tang, Gene 32. 48, 191
Tang. Lilly 32. 191
Tanguay, Susan 191
Tarin. Assadullah 162
Tayco, Dana 19. 18. 79, 150. 136
Tayco, David 24. 30. 31. 78. 191. 136
Tayco. Sean 12. 174
Taylor. Gina 16, 56, 68. 77. 78. 176. 191. 193
Teixeira. Teresa 150
Texeira. Johnny 44. 174. 129
Thompson, Edward 174
Tinsley. Sheryl 162
To. Chau My Thi 162
Toland. Jack 103. 191. 126
Tomlinson. Lisa 174
Tonjes, Daniel 19. 151
Tonjes, Diana 191
Topete. Bobby 10. 151
Torbik. Tammy 151
Torres, Dino 10.79. 151. 129
Torres. John 10
White, Kymberley 163
White, Patricia 175
Wilhight, Lee 19. 79, 151
Williams, David 151, 129 7
Williams, Charles 163 ,
Williams, Jackie 12, 13, 14
lmlliams, Preston 12. 192
Wilson, Andrew 192
Wilson. Luana 163
Wilson. Matthew 163
Wilson, Melinda 34, 103, 118, 176, 192
Wilson. Phyllis 163
t. Sharon 151
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k. Lisa 192
Kimberly 32, 163
Phyllis 31. 76.78, 175
Jerry 12, 87, 175
Larry 12, 163
Mark 12, 102, 175. 134
Regina 149. 151
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Yamashita, Ricky 151
Yee, Beverly 32. 163
Yin, Mark 24. 31. 40. 56, 78, 119, 184, 192
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Torres. Luis 151
Torres. Nlonica 174
Torres. Simon 5, 12. 13. 1-1, 53. 191
Traynor. Ruth 38, 17-1
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Yin, Michelle 8. 16.32. 33, 62. 72, 74, 175
Yingling. Jennifer 175
York, Ronald 151
Yost. Chrystelle 24. 192
Young. Richard 192
Zaballos. Michael 10.24. 156, 134. 159, 163
Zacarias. Barbara 163
Zamora. Elizabeth 55, 192
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