Thousand Oaks High School - Lancer Legend Yearbook (Thousand Oaks, CA)

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M, Q y 6 Q55 Lx , Wwwwwwx 'www ,,,, W s -f X Q 1- . ,' Contents Academics Activities Athletics Classes Lancer Advisor: Assist. Advisor: ECll'lOl': Acodemics Activities Clubs Copy: Typing: Business: Sports: Closses: lO Legend Staff: Mr. Chuck Andrews Mrs. Gretchen Mosher Kerry Denrnon Rory Dunbar Bonnie Breuklonder Koren Kent Mike Bruck Andi Stork Chris Brucklmoier Lee Colby Steve Monginelli Lo u ro Roo ker Potti McKee Dennis Foirbonks Don Ferro Milodo Newill Stewort Myhill Rick Delmclrter Myro Low Roger Rome-y Robyn Wolsh Dove Ormsby ,.., In Apprecialion lo . . . Mr. Bill Manzer For The many hours of work he hos contributed To TOHS, both cis lost YECIVVS senior clciss advisor and This yeor's Sfuclenf Cabins-T advisor, we dedicate The 1967 LANCER LEGEND to Mr. Bill Manzer. 't-4- 5, Academucs Superintendent and Staff Meet Challenges of Countg's Largest School District , 217 I A 5 F 4 1 I. 5 2 ff, f ,,4,,, i' ff lx ! f Z f le 2 nf I, X iff af f L gf MJ. MR AXEL JENSEN DR JOSEPH W CROSBY MR LEWIS K JOHN Assustcmf Sopermtendent Supermtendenf Aclmmustrotxve Superintendent Trustees Oversee Welfare of Sax Schools Stondmg Mr Jensen Mr Rollo Von Slyke Dr Robert Wlllnoms Dr Crosby Slttmg Mrs Dorothy Rlchordson Mr Robert Mathews Problems of Coun+g's Biggesi School Faced and Conquered bg Principal Mr. Tom Rosser ' 51:1 11- . ' ' 'e if A wif 1 11' naw-1 fx ' lf i' 1' , ' 11 ' A, 1' 'f1"fV59U""h Q' ' 131' ' 117111 ,1 1 1 1. 1 Kin X X Y,. ,1 Y - M 7 1 1151312111111 1 1 w 1 1 "11'f' 1 1 3.i'f1,.,.:1if?1'L1Tf?1 . ff, ' ' ,154 gm' 11,1 ,ny 1 1' 1 . 1 - '1.fr3'f1 :Q , , f 1' H 1' 4, , V sk ,L '1. 34' 'X' 17' Q , 1' " 'i, 1,U,:,,1-1' ' fi 1 ' ' C ' ' ff' 1 u Q7 V gf' 1 1 11 W 'Mj?ElA'i?S?W"11ri"",+Y?ink3Jf J 11 3' 1-fwiv 1 5' " 1 , 12 1,1 ,Li . 1,1 , 1 , L,, " - 151:11 1 11 1 1 11 1 1, ,, '- .rf 1 ,M W 1 Q, A .,,.11 ,T JU Q -'- - W, ,gil :11 1 1 .1 1 1-HW. W ' 12 1 V , 1 . fy .U,:if,Nf L Y ' 1 X V 5116 'V Aug! nn. 15 JL 5,1 4? ra? 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D2 4 ' ' il ' f OZ., mx ,Y -4 gall, 541.1 a"?""'1Si:11'. - 1' .,1.. ,4,,+1 ?,h,.A5.i'v1 . is iQ ,J, ,F I .L 142 'T+1i'iff:5'.lf Hvwih "'L -1"-'I-4 .' 4 1 l ' 1-..-5 l fr T fl' wi an l 5' 3 Jff 5 ff K Nix., I if Moneg Mai-Ters Occupg Mini of Girls' Vice Principal Of The many new people who were welcomed To TOHS This year, one was Mrs. RoberTa Schoen- herr, The new Girls' Vice Principal. She has Two of The mosT imporTanT, and Thankless, iolos on cam- pus. Besides direcTing girls' discipline, she is in charge of A.S.B. acTiviTies. ln her brief year aT TOHS she has already gained The respecT of all. Vice Principal Conirols Sirings of TOH9 Sporis Mr. Elmer de Silva has been wiTh Thousand Oaks High ever since The school firsf wenT info acTion in 1962. NoT only has he served well in The im- porTanT job of Boys' Vice Principal, buT he has also Taken on The demanding chore of super- vising The many disconnecfed acTiviTies associ- aTed wiTh The school's infra-mural sporfs pro- gram. Phone Company Welcomes Aiiendance Oflicer's Calls Our man on The aTTendance office phone This year is Mr. James Moore. Before deciding To chase down wayward sTudenTs aT Thousand Oaks High, he served aT Camarillo High School as The head of iTs hisTory deparTmenT. One may look To The aTTendance records as evidence of The fine iob he has done. Ma ry Lou McNeal James McElmurry W T- Patricia Johnson Frances Fredriksson Joseph Schiro William Seaver, Head Counselors work to solve students' problems: Office Staff manages school records. files Six counselors against about 2700 students isn't very good odds, but somehow The counselors manage. Hearing each problem, complaint, or request a student has is a Tull time iob that requires patience, years of Training, and experience. Aiding The counselors as well as The school is The office staff. These secretaries face 'new challenges daily as They work To keep The mechanics of The student body and faculty in order. Row 1-Jean Jones, Dot Dalton, Lois Neighbors. Row 2--Virginia Christian, Rita Lamb, Nell Gardner, Enid McCord, Ruby Rocke- feller, Sammie Bennett, Pat Romans. T37 1.1 W is Vern Darby, Chester Tait, Floyd Fulton, John Hammill Fortino Sanchez, Jess Gunter, Rudolph Stayer, Laverne Conklin, Dee Jeffcoat, Tarlee Coleman, Denver Lang Q O The UPmost-Theg Pick Up. Fix Up. W f""'! 7"'5. H L k u L k u A d 0 k u O0 pl p n p 'ip-ig' ff l Mr M -if Today the school relies on a staff composed of men and women 25, .... -- i ll '1' whose jobs vary from maintenance to cooking. I U54 f M-- . . . tl ...un A double maintenance crew keeps the buildings and grounds in f fm H good condition. Two members of the crew are responsible for . 3456. making the locker rooms inhabitable seven periods daily. .A - V The cafeteria staff works equally hard to feed hungry students lx V. during double lunch hours. Ely, ' More concerned with intellectual appetities is the library staff l lx which mans both the textbook room and the library. Vik, ' Adiacent to the textbook room is the audio-visual room where an Mr. Gil Speckles oversees all the record players, tape recorders and projectors. He also keeps the language lab running. Mrs, Mary Fox, the nurse, keeps the students in good repair, she trains her own office help and advises the FML. And the bus drivers bring many of the students who keep the rest of the staff working. Artee Talbert Norman Amans Locker Room Attendants Dorothy Hopkins, Fay Hawes, Bernice Rasey, Elizabeth Dyks, Doris Hayes, Edna Reed, Neva Tait, Tessie Boyert, Daphne Frost, Theressa Walker ' f 1 ' 'i:z:s...f.g:1:42.. L 1 ' i f E fl 1 4 7' A . ,ty 'X ,,. , . V '5' it: ,Qs 1' 3 lf -I 1 2 '7' , f ' 'F ii 2 . l l f 1, ff' ' I W If gf, l xx 'z, Mary Fox School Nurse Gil Speckles Audio-Visual ff li i, x -Ll f 2 if vw f l Q I All ,, Ui 7 Past Happenings Conirasied With Currenl ' 2 Hisiorg Students For Roles As Future Y M ,Q , Z, !f W I f 's Z' ,Ni if .4 'qi if' 4 J ' 'X ? 5 Dale Ackerman - -' ' J 1 'Q - fo Darrel Adams Q, ' J' Joan Anderson , gp ' Victor Arcadi I William Berg fl f J '," 35f2?, " ' Mark Brenizer Gayle Brown James Eaton Darlene Feller Robert Fisher f X it Tom Gibbons Norman Johnston Curtis Luft James Mcllwain Christopher Pagliaro V , John Pearson Sandra Pettit Victor Pisciotta ' Howard Plank Vincent Robo Mr. Luft and Mr. Manzer take on extra duties in the form of Student Cabinet advisors 04, , Events Prepare TO Leaders Of America Since ancient times, a great fascination with the old has been a common avocation, and it has also been a useful one, for without a complete knowl- ledge of what has already occurred, we cannot avoid past mistakes. Together with an unquenchable curiosity, this subject has attracted many interested students at Thousand Oaks High School, Helping them find answers to their hundreds of questions is the duty of our History Department. Headed by Mr. Manzer, this department unfolds the drama of past happenings combined with events taking place today. This department also deals with the workings of different governments, and certain critical social problems facing our country today. Vw, I, VJ. '41 3, P H. 4, if V' 1 V ,seats - ' f .1 f K Q William Manzer Department Chairman Don Shotliff Keith Wilson Mrs. Brown takes time out to savor one of her own iokes 0 0 T AH And Music Provide M OuTleT For Expression If A sploTch of red painT on an empTy canvas, a blob of clay ' V , f"1.L by slowly Taking shape, The smell of oils and lacquer-all These are a parT of an art class. STudenTs noT only discover whaT T - 1-'V1f T Q .:1,f wi naTural TalenTs They have, buT gain a greaTer undersTanding Jerome Tuhy Robert Wiles info The basic laws ThaT govern arT such as The use of per- Dept. Chairman Depf, Chairman specTive and shading. Aff ' Music Also in The arTisTic realm is The music deparTrnenT. Composing iT are various levels of band, glee clubs, choir, and classes in music appreciaTion, The deparTmenT as a whole holds a repuTaTion in The disTricT for The honors and awards iT has received in The pasT. The imporlance of The wise use of art materials is sTressed by Mrs. Shannon. D., f,. 6 Esay Hellerstein 15' Q. .- KaTherine Karrh ' fp Q' A v RoberT Palmer 17 X V XM Barbara Shannon -- Mr. Wiles and The choir work hard To keep up their good repmq. tion rryx .430 P.E. Wears TO Students Down, Builds Them Up Performing a sommersault or headstand correctly or slamming a volleyball-over a net-all these require skills that usually don't appear naturally in students. PE instructors improve physical fitness and coordin - 9 tion by putting students in many varied game situ - .pay C L, C Sew iw. i S Nh :WN :sy fe? ' b 1. s:,,. W p gg gi r ii .X ix Q f ll lg clk! tions. lf ll' A , Ulilfo For seven periods a day, Teachers puthslludem Through a period of rigorous activity, lhUl ULWW weak muscles. The groans and soreness t have at the first ot the year give way to gyre' l'lvS2l4 provements during the physical fitness tests ptygtlgedf year's end. ' Swimming was introduced to the students for hell first time this year as an elective. all , W Jacquelyn Ross Department Chairman Girl's P. E. Miss Ross prepares to test a girl on her tumbling routine, K . 4 3 - fiiffk U 1 , lim, " f 'F '- M A if Virginia DeSoto Lois Kusano Roberta Lacey William Loretta Christine McElroy Robert Mursella Jessica Perry Carolyn Riley Ronald Stillwell To the suprise of the PE teacher, the student returns his spike with a block-side out! ,li gi lv 1 l ,: i lx H f ' ' , I I I . afpaff' f . if ,R to - 1 H' eff "-'- e i m ,.,- .idfssna ,wi , 5 W3 Z, f""" f' 2 ,h is th gl ,Q f , 1' A 5 J ess, K N 1 ,fl f in :J ' ',, - -e Lan gua ge, Homemaking Teach Special Skills The ability to speak another language fluently and correctly expands one's knowledge of other cultures and countries. Most students take ad- vantage of the foreign language program at one time or another. The skills acquired in one of the homemaking Miriam Wills Dept. Chairman Homemaking courses prepare gi-rls for the future, whether it be in the home or in a career. if 'Lo Bernard Dain Lynn Hartzell Leila Hyman Jeanne Scanlin' Paul Stalnaker Mary Jane Watson Tomorrow's stars flock to Mrs. Hartzell's room to sign up for the American Field Service talent show. Pl -'-" E M ALX Mrs. Wills explains the essentials of a good home. Kathleen Cainer Edith Grossman Doris Weimef ., , ., . .. . .,.. Ztwfziqz W . K .. ,V " , 4 f X f' Wi A ' A f ,... IQ H - - ,. 'S J . 7. ia I-. . , f V if v . l . ' , - ' .' ' ' - . f . - ' H' - J .ff 'K ' ' -' '.'- ' . . '41 Lenon Parker Frank Perry Depf- Chdifmvn Dept. Chairman Business Industrial Arts Edwin Canton Norman Giangreco James Hansen Richard Nathanson Karen Noble Janet Parker Frank River Katherine Tittman l James Feller Vernon Friesen Herbert Henderson Ed Killgore Ronald Igoiewel Jl 1 I li Business. Industrial Arts Help Plan For Future Jobs Where will the business tycoons of tomorrow come from? From the high schools of today, for it is here that a student first discovers that the commercial world is for him. The Industrial Arts Department also prepares stu- dents for future occupations, through the creation of useful and beautiful items from such materials as wood, metal, leather and glass. 05.2 ' ,few J M . eff QQ, f,f, I ""'f 6 ,I Lin Thomas X I ,Mine .xl ol 1-.Wife X11 yt of Mr. Henderson explains the next proiect to his wood cllassjfll if lg' , M ff Jjiyrll lf .ful ' l A xgfj wif ay 105546 IIXWQL Develops Crihcal Thinking There is noThing in This world ThaT is noT based upon The science of 1,1 410- MaTh Taxes Analghcal AbiliTg, Q T Wggjgwg maThemaTics. lT is also a subjecT which is largely responsible for devel- oping in TOHS sTudenTs The abiliTy To Think criTically. Vernon Powell, head of The maThemaTics deparTmenT, and his colleagues have developed a sTrong sequenTial program which increases analyTical abiliTy as The sTudenT progresses Through The inTricaTe maze of algebra, geomeTry, and TrigonomeTry. The maTh deparTmenT has The repuTaTion of being one of The besT in The disTricT. Wayne Boyer Ann Daniel John Hansen -,gy-3151 V M Vern Powell Depanmen-T Chairman WW! Sarkis V Keochekian Jacquelyn McCan RoberT Michell V A Dale Owens 4 A3 A W 5615 Stanley Paumer ' ' ' 4, RoberT Thomas W ' ffl 452-0' Douglas Williams ,K 7, ' Mrs. Daniel keeps her daily vigil over The classroom. 'W' ,ff f f' - f gf' ,., T if Mr. Peterson poses with his lab assistant, Josephine. Bugs, Chemicals Add To Charm cl' Science What is science? Why does a scientist do what he does? What good is science? These and an infinite number of other questions are asked of Mr. Keith Chartier's Science De- partment every day. They welcome these ques- tions, for the entire purpose of their department is to guide the students toward the answers. This they do, benefiting from thousands of dol- lars worth of apparatus, a vast supply of knowledge and an endless supply of patience. The science faculty know that their role is be- coming more important every day, as science assumes a stronger place in our lives. Keith Chartier Department Chairman, Howard Brody Joel Galanda Ronald Hedin William Lutz John McMullen Robert Peterson Don Salado Douglas Tucker if! 67 M ,QL ,, k 1 I ,A David Wagner A -fxtx 1 X 7 Seam. 4, Charles Andrews N, ' ? Gary Coffman 4 , 4' Jean Ferguson , V' 4f?""i Q oralee Griswold 1- " ' I ,4 L 'G 4, ,ig f . Charles Ig ' ri Deparfm i Ch r . 1 . Priscilla Holberf Grace Jones Elizabeth Kimball V Robert Miller English Inspires The Pen, Relines Speech You may look like a million dollars, drive a mag- nificenT limousine and be TilThy rich, buT The TirsT Thing Taken inTo consideraTion when people meeT you is your manner of speech. The English DeparTmenT, under Mr. Charles Wisuri, makes iT Their personal consideraTion ThaT every sTudenT aT Thousand Oaks goes TorTh inTo The world wiTh a firm knowledge of grammar and The rules of proper speech planTed in his mind. WhaT can one speak of and wriTe of wiTh This new-found knowledge? The English DeparTmenT hasn'T missed a Trick. They also Teach of The liTera- Ture, pasT and pre-senT, of The world's greaTesT auThors. Mrs. Rose aids students wiTh acring Techniques. 1 zz ' ' T +5 , G ii E 2 fc N T 2 1 Q 2 , , , C '3 1 '- r K2 is T 2 1, 1 ,N f Tim' Gretchen Mosher Clair O'Hara Carol Perkins Jan Peters William Reilly Julia Rose Leonard Sfeele Barbara Wa rkenfein We Teachers Take Advaniage Of Ang Opporiuniig To Unwind Q 7 Y,,V.,A ,w,.W,W,.h..,, M.,,,,?..3 'Q ij if Vfpy, , f ' K jj my fx 6 ' Q f f Q W' ' - gi ' fi V, 71,5 fy f,,,,i,. I X , ,1 , 3 MM-,fy -1 mfff7f'5Y.w1iw 7-, "LH f f. 0 , f ' f 'ff'Zvi2W4f?7"0ffl?-ff'?fYf:f4 If 'Z f? f 'i 5 , Q ,,f.ff,W'.M,,?,,v 3, ,f 5 , ,,,,,.,, nf WM ,' 0 V J , ,.,lwy,g,Q,,' Vg wfif f 'a ,,,, , K Q ,., 5 12 ,xi ' .5 . , L4 Q' 4 f 6 wi f 4 ,BSU 21 j 5 5 gk fm: J if , K 6' K 3 ip i 2 2441. V 'ILL- 'ifz 74174 ., f is 'P , fi .4 4' aff ' ' W: 4 Z ,,l f ' 7' A, ,f in '15, ,av y 1 ' f f I 1 , ,yf ,Z .,,,,,,. 2 .,., 72, 5 4' 1 , 1 ,Q --I if " E133 'm Q, , xg, x Q49 MM f 4 . Hx? I 4 W4 lv fx , , . ygl, ,v , if, II? , H45 K 'v s. v. , 7 rl Q . , if ,Q-ff "img A jx E V I A X. V v., . Y ff, 4 . +25 A n 4 k,f' 1' . ,v ,. lu f.. qv, 3, Oi fL,'i"s. ' j . 5 'i , . 1.4 ' I -v V s 7' xqlf f I A fu 1 5- ring 454' - 32,' . -fill 4' in ASB Officers Lead Qohool In Event-l'uI Year .t.,,,.., we-...ff Kathy McKee A.S.B. Vice President Mr. Luft Advisor Jerry Klein Rory Dunbar A.S.B. Secretary A.S.B. Treasurer As the present school year comes to a close, we, the students of Thousand Oaks High School, are able to look back and see that each of us has gained knowledge, experience, and ma- turity. In the coming years we must use that which we have gained here to the betterment of our lives. Our memories at Thousand Oaks will be treasured and many of our achievements shall become traditions. We shall all look back upon this year as a prosperous and enlighten- ing one. Thank you and good luck to all of you and to Thousand Oaks High School. Robert Evans A.S.B. President R? .. Km? X s NX y 4 l, fi Carol Clark Commissioner of Activities Mr. Manzer Advisor Michelle Fallon- Bonnie Breuklander Kerry Denman Mike Howard Commissioner of Spirit VCISC Proiect Chairman Publicity-Historian 591-..Gf.Arm5 ICC: Row T-Fritz Naumitz, Kathi Clohessy, Diana Larkby, Barbara Williams, Lene Holland, Alice Miller, Row 2-Jett Spencer, Judy Lewon, Bonnie Breuklander, Debby Bonney, Tim Knaak, Kerry Denman, Dave Ormsby, Row 3-Brad Baier, Dan Casley, Bill Gommer, Jett Liebling, Marv Monk, Mike Kosty, Stuart Myhill. ICC Organizes Clubs. Council brings changes The Student Council and lnter-Club Council culminate their year's activi- ties with ioint sponsorship ot County Fair Days, during which students and teachers alike turn hayseed. Both organizations are charged with coordinating the activities ot stu- dents and organizations. The Coun- cil passed a resolution to form a student court in which students vio- lating school regulations would be judged by their peers. Also planning for thetuture, ICC took charge of distributing needed money for clubs and classes for the new Newbury Park High School. STUDENT COUNCIL: Row l-Barbara Williams, Erika Borgeson, Kathy Dishno,' Jerry Klein, Patty McKee, Michelle Fallon, Chris Hillila, Karen Kent, Row 2-Kathy Nadon, Lynn Anderson, Linda Butler, Sue Faskin, Steve Manginelli, Bonnie Breuklander, Mary Strand, Row 3--Diane Burnham, Kathy Clohessey, Susan Moreno, Carol Brosgart, Jett Benesch, Mike Kosty, Carol Cutler, Pam Ruth, Gaye Teger- dine, Robyn Romans, Stuart Myhill, Row 4--Bill Olsen, Ardell Ousey, Sue Evans, Link Forte, Russ Cameron, Tim O'Connell, Debbie Bonney, Jill Russell, Rory Dunbar, Row 5-Marylou Amos, Sherman Olmstead, Lynda Bridges, Kelley Facller, Mike Fratiali, Jim lglehart, Bruce Pitzler, Lydia Grillo, Stephanie Chew, Michelle Richardson, Row 6-Daniel Ferro, Jay Goldman, Keith Hughes, Dan Casley, Bob Spaniel, John Powers, Phil Phillips, Steve Walsh, Mark Cronin. New Interest Emerges In Classical Languages Classical Club, a nation-wide organization, re- vives interest in Latin anal other ancient lan- guages. The only requirement for membership is enrollment in or one year of Latin. This year, UCLA is sponsoring a Roman playclay where Classical Clubs from all over Southern California will compete in such exhibitions as mock chariot races. CLASSICAL CLUB: Row l-Mrs. Scanlin-Advisor, Dave Hirst, Melanie Smith-V. Pres., Jeannette Clough-Sec., Steve Manginelli-Pres., Row 2-Valerie Gran- I I I holm, Christa Edelen, Robert Hayler, Dan Langlois, Michael Mills, Row 3- Mr' Slolnokel' 'n5l"UCl5 C' Smdenl 'VT The U59 Ol Katherine Hosford, Gary Rogers, Jett Carroll, Steve Riley, Gene Sidak. llle language lobe FIGALASIG: Row l-Mr. Stalnaker-Advisor, Christy Koetters, Mary Rose, Kathi Bell, Karen Kent-V. Pres., Kathi Clohessey-Sec., Diana Larkby-Pres., Cherie Dain, Teresa Wilson, Mr. Dain-Advisor, Row 2-Jill Russell, Cindy Burke, Rory Dun-bar, Karen Weller, Lorrie Current, Pat Muir, Jeff Spencer, Elizabeth Henium, Gail Hayashi, Mary Kestler, Rita Durell, Elaine Henderson. i ,i ji ..: "flr 41 .4 i . 1. S, .,,,.2,.'. ..,' , -f, , 5. Q' ,, .. . , Annual Staff Labors To Produce TOHS Yearbook Ignoring such petty obstacles as deadlines, the i967 Lancer Legend staff come up with whot it feels will be a treasured souvenir for many years. The harassed editors - slogging through thousands of pictures and hundreds of reams of copy - added further torture to their lives by designing the mod- ern art format and patterns theme which is followed throughout the current edition of the Lancer Legend. The result, the staff feels, was worth the work. Kerry Denman, Editor f, ' , is y farm- ' I, 5 Y 4 ' LEAF ' ' -ali 14 " , f-, I -.-ff-., I uf M - r 17- eg . ' fi AZQJEE' z: " n'-3 '- -- offs ' r 'f V , 2 1je,t5yfvvbf:7fsfy,sg1,2gsvefe,s-..Ar- W-nwwwmgwww ..,,... , ,.,.. . if 4 Q I X' QQ . . uifuiz- 4 k -sv 5 gf X + tif .ff deadline. bl ANNUAL: Row l-Karen Kent, Gale Robinson, Carolyn Gates, Kerry Denman, Mr, Andrews, Adv., Melanie Smith, Sue Scanlin, Bonnie Breuklander, Patty Lassak, Carol Cox, Dan Ferro, C hris Annual Staff takes time out for a bite to eat while working on a 1 i iff? it I Sherry Renker, Merilyn Rosebraugh, Jill Russell, Rory Dunbar, Ellen Zerlin, Debbie Baker, Row 2-Andi Stark, Hank Schnieder, Bill Roberts, Lee Colby, Lora Metzger, Pat Muir, Paul Heckorkow, Mrs. Mosher, Aclv,, Row 3-Paul Granger, Peter Lysdal, John Fisher, Brucklmaier, Alice Wilkerson, Steve Mangin-elli. Mike Bruck Rory Dunbar Chris Brucklmaier Faculty Business Copy Steve Manginelli Andi Stark Lee Colby Classes Typing Sports Q -. V 'l,l ' ff""'F , ,1 ,1 17, , Mrs. Mosher Ast. Advisor Mr. Andrews Advisor Karen Kent Clubs Bonnie Breuklander Activities ,Z ri , , eg? ' A 4,ff lit L, Z fill A J' f'1"r" 'jr V. 3iE',.I'f'? 1 1 I gmfkxt if Z! 7 f X' , l i ' A xaqjffnr, ,......w.,.w--- , , r, 4 37 Clubs Strive To Serve Needs Of Students Before school and during lunch, The Student Store is open, sell- ing school supplies and novel- ties. ln conjunction with FBLA, The members who operate The sTore learn about merchandis- 5 ' fi 'Z A. y gw wi ing and sales Techniques., The T966-67 year marks The f second year of TOI-IS' service club, the Lanceteers. The Lance- Teers have branched out To serve not only The school but The com- munity as well. The Thousand Oaks Chamber of Commerce gn. honored The girls by making The club a member. The girls in Their green weskits, bereTs, black . skirts, and white blouses have lf become a Tamiliar sight around both campus and community. STUDENT STORE: Row l-Rochelle Acar-Secretary, Carolyn Gates, Charlene Mottet, Stephanie Chew-vice president, Donna Rockenstein, Chris Hillila- president, Row 2-Cherie Wascher, Linda Calkins, Pat Muir, Lora Metzger, Becky Morris, Barbara Manheim, Row 3-Carey Cox, Mr. Nathanson-advisor, Clay Clark. SERVICE CLUB: Row l-Carolyn Gates, Ellen Zerlin, Carol Burgess, Linda Calkins-secretary, Bonnie Breuklander-vice president, Jane Boltinhouse-president, Louise Calkins-treasurer, Diana Crebassa, Linda Silbert, Caron Jones, Barbara Williams, Row 2-Rochelle Acar, Sharyl Hayden, Carolyn Conrad, Chris Mathews, Nelda Bouey, Stephanie Chew, Pat Workman, Chris Bell, Mary Boccone, Sandy Sitzler, Karen Hinton, Kerry Denman, Row 3-Mrs. Mosher-advisor, Meri Mattson, Cindy Burke, Cherie Wascher, Sue Moore, Linda Valentine, Rebecca Groth, Janet Colby, Debby Edson, Jeanne Mercer, Patty Lassak, Mrs. Littman-advisor. 1 -- .-l5 .1 I I L ' .-,., w+u..x'nk..l , stem. 'Sana . 2. wa.----.,,,..,., Boys' Fed, Girls' League Promote Activities At TO I ' Z Af! 5' ,ff X J, 1,5 1 , f liwfl, , gil... GIRLS' LEAGUE: Mrs. Jones Beginning the year with their annual fashion show, Girls' League sped on to many active months. October marked their convention, attended by girls from Ventura and surrounding counties. In coniunction with Boys' Federation, Girls' League sponsored the Backwards Dance. Competing with the girls, Boys' Federation held their assembly showing surfing films, Selling programs during football sea- son and sponsoring a sports night and car wash were among their fund-raising projects. 4 im-- .l. , - BOYS' FEDERATION: Larry Levin-Treasurer Neil GUS League and Boys Feder Stewart-Secretary, Dave Ormsby-president ation strive to improve girl- boy relations. advisor, Barbara Williamson-executive council president, Patty Lassak-secretary, Diane Bibbero historian, Laura Susman--treasurer, Sherald Laird--vice-president, Lynn Torch, Judy Lewon-president. --Y,-,-, . V I , ,fs V E11 , . , ,.f' My Z' 1+ ..i-131 F5 Pt AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE: Row I-Stuart Myhill, Mary Boccone, Susan Detering, Carol Clark, Gaytha Goins, Christine Middleton, Jean Thompson, Sharon Tinsley, Joann Keller, Jan Posey, Barbara Pearson, Joyce Gran, Row 2-Rochelle Acar, Kathy Mulcahy, Leslie Mason, Becky Gay, Stephanie Chew, Kathie Johnson, Pat Muir-Corresponding Secretary, Shari Ainsworth, Laurie Brown, Maureen Huesrnan, Donna Coombs, Karen Taylor, Carey Cox, Jennifer Johnson, Row 3-Melody Roderick, Carol Baur, Christy Koetters, Caryn Kraus, Carolyn Sheen, Debbie Reinisch, Marsha McMillin, Debi Hinton, Cindy l-larr, Joyce Coombs, Lee Reidinger, Margaret Rose, Row 4-Debbi Benesch, Lisa Ebbinghaus, Mary McClung, Judy Truitt, Lundee Dzitzer, Dorene Guynn, Karen Geitz, Kathi Clohessy, Barbara Robinson, Cathey Larson, Carol Parise, Sue Draker, Cyndi Coberly, Row 5-Debbie Albright, Maggie Carlisle, Sandy Saylors, Pam Sorenson, Linda Grillo, Marilyn Jessup, Suzanne Hardy, Linda Christian, Karen Sagarra, Barbee Draker, Louisa McNulty, Debbi McHenry, Row 6-Bill Castleman, Russ Cameron, Nancy Keeley, Michele Fallon, Jerry Klein, Chris I-lillila, Cindy Nelson, Jim Johnson, Craig Pace, Tom Ballard, Row 7-Hank Schnieder, Bill Roberts, Steve Manginelli, Bob Ahrens, Greg Flick, Jim Collins, John Solo- man, Ronde Peterson, Bill Irion, Steve Clark, Chris Vender, Clyde Whelen, Ronald Jones. ' AFS Promotes Understanding Among Nations AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE: Row I-Mrs. Hartzell-Advisor, Mary Rose, Jill Russell, Merilyn Rosebraugh-Treasurer, Rita Dudell- Vice President, Lene Holland-President, Carol Brosgart-Recording Secretary, Nancy Curtis-Historian, Kathi Bell+Publicity histo- rian, Claudia Rowlett, Mr. Brenizer-Advisor, Row 2-Mary Strand, Karen Weller, Kathy McGrath, Sherry Renker, Sandy Blackburn, Gale Robinson, Karen Panzegrat, Kelly McClung, Teresa Wilson, Darlene Panzegraf, Corey Dzitzer, Valerie Granholm, Alice Miller, Row 3-Robyn Romans, Pam McGehee, Carol Robinson, Kathy McKee, Judy McKee, Cindy Burke, Linda Hailstone, Sue Evans, Judy Smiley, Pam Coberly, Linda Erickson, Claire Benveniste, Row 4-Chris Mahlstedt, Donna Jones, Lora Metzger, Judy Lewon, Carol Cox, Kerry Denman, Jane Boltinhouse, Elizabeth Henium, Karen Hinton, Gretchen Pieper, Sherald Laird, Row 5-Tim O'Connell, Ann Nelson, John Smith, John Powers, Mike Schlegel, John Solomon, Bob Nelson, Mike Mills, Mark Wilson. ee FHA. FMLA Ege Improvement of Health, Home l FHA: Row l-Mrs. Coiner-Advisor, Randi Phillips--2nd V. Pres., Lynne Rodgers-Hist., Pat Ahern-V. Pres., Row 2- Nelda Bouey-Treas., Pam Hopkins, Sherry Silay, Teri Collins, Earlene Malden- Pres., Cindy Shreeve, Belinda Hartun-g, Susan Brookes About twenty members strong, FHA works dili- gently to provide the school and commu- nity with the talents of home economics when needed. The girls baked and served the refresh- ments for a convention at school. They offered recipe books for sale at Christmas time. H Members of the Future Medical Leaders of Amer- ica busy themselves with many worthwhile ac- tivities. Of special benefit overseas, the mem- bers bake and mail cookies to soldiers in Viet- Nam. Their top proiect of the year is the adop- tion of a Korean orphan. Kathi Clohessy and Linda Saunders clean up after an FMLA meeting l '2l FMLA: Row l-Linda Proctor, ..r 4Csyilm'..n John Horne-Pres., Linda Saun- ders-Sec.-Treas., Cynthia Fick- en-V. Pres., Jay Hawkins, Jeanne Mercer, Janet Colby, Row 2- Marilee Siebers, Lori Arcuri, Kathi Clohessy, Lora Metzger, Vickie Altman, Mrs. Fox-Advisor, Row 3-Cheryl Olson, Debby Edson, Karen Hinton ix FBLA seeks f Practical Experience FBLA, designed tor students en- gaged in and interested in busi- ness courses, closely associates its members with the business world. The year's activities ,in- cluded a food drive and control of The student store. Debating, dramatic interpreta- tions, extemporaneous and im- promptu speaking, poetic inter- pretation-all These combine To create the well-rounded men and women The National Foren- sic League seeks to develop. Members improve Their skills and practice Them in Tournaments at schools around The state. FBLA: Row I-Carol Robinson-Treas., Myra Low-Pres, Pam Ruth-V. Pres., Virginia Rockhold-Seo, Row 2-Sandy Brown, Margaret Mackey, Michelle Morris, Carol Cutler, Sue Openshow, Miss Noble-Advisor. Orators Achieve Victories. Recognition NFL: Row l--Denise Rowlefte-Sec., Jeff Spencer-Pres., Cheryl Davis-Treas., Lynn Torch-V. Pres,, Row 2-Mrs. Rose -Advisor, Greg Spencer, Nancy Myers, Debby Miller, Denielle Rowlette, Carol Brosgart, Carolyn Sheen, Nancy Keeley, Karen Kent, Teddy Vlachos, Robyn Romans, Sue Fasken, Terri Eichel, Kathi Nad-on, Paige Peterson, Paula Mahan, Mr. O'Hara-Advisor, Row 3-Steve Walsh, June Hardy, Virginia Rockhold, Donna Persing, Becky Morris, Gaytha Goins, Carol Cutler, Patty Lassak, Debbie Weidman, Beverlee Sandoval, Cynthia Ficken, Marnell Malseed, Merilyn Rosebraugh, Suzanne Moreno, Carol Robinson, Row 4-Claire Henium, Sharon Ragusa, Bill Arbuckle, Jim Richards, Fon Moore, Ken Ulrikson, Tom Brock, Judy Lewon, Pam Starke, Dianne Gonzales, lbw 5-Kathy McKee, Sue!'Openshaw, Greg Needham, Jim Kuethe, Steve Simmons, Craig Price, Bill Hirst-Publicity, Jack Hopkins, Kathy Tupper, Mary McClung, Bruce Dunkel. 'Z aw- JP' A ..E:..aI".. aF 1 I f ' '4' !'Ean!D:?tf P..'.1xaa'A'.71vHnll2v1vmE'4 ,Nas-eq f . - 3 ART CLUB: Row l-Rochelle Acar, Carolyn Gates, Maggie Paumer-Sec., Steve Simmons-Pres., Bob Simmons-V. Pres., Helen Allwine, Donna Coombs, Gayle Barnwell, Row 2-Mrs. Shannon-Advisor, Louise Calkins, Melissa McMillin, Debra Stickney, Sherry Renker, Pat Minella, Gretchen Pieper, Pam Schallock, Carol Huddelleston, Row 3- Lorrie Current, Graig Walker, Dale Williams, Steve Vento, Alice Wilkerson, Chris Brucklmaier, Bette Strom, Sharon Lochner. FTA. Art Club Set New Techniques for Future ln an attempt to further artistic appreciation and ability, the Art Club rooms are open daily after school. Members frequently go to the room to work on such proiects as painting and sculpture. To earn money tor supplies and excursions, the Art Club painted murals and posters for various activities on campus. Another professional career, teaching, requires much pre- liminary preparation and experience. FTA helps stu- dents acquire this experi- ence through actual prac- tice. Field trips during the year enable the members to observe teaching meth- ods. H rrriismlil' ' FTA: Row l-June Hardy, Vivian Curall-Treas., Glenda Colby-Pres., Sue Clark, Randy Nixon, Andi Stark, Row 2-Ida-Marie Hines, Nancy Demsky, Judy Truitt, Rebecca Groth, Diana Larkby, Pat Muir, Karen. Kent, Row 3-Janice Kerr, Cindy Burke, Kathy Clohessy, Melody Roderick. ,E F5 --.. txt L LETTERMAN'S CLUB: Row i-Mike Vanderwaal, Frank Vasquez, Benson, Marv Monk-Sec., Art Diaz-Treas., Jeff Liebling-Pres., Rick Delmarter, Ken Morgan, George Webb, Chuck Oderfer, Jim 2-Fritz Naumetz, Dave Ormsby, Butch O'Brien, Fred Andree, Tim mf? Neil Stewart, Lou Blais, Ken Steve Williams-Sgtfat-Arms, Fisher, Mr. Merrill-Adv., Row Owens, Roy Beall, Mike Renner, Giving service To The community and supple- menting The Tunds of athletic programs, Let- terman's Club keeps well occupied. They be- gan the year with a suc- cessful muscular distro- phy drive. Money raised from their car wash, Harlem Clown and don- key basketball games helped To purchase let- ters, Trophies, and other supplies. GAA plays Tive sports a year, opening member- ship aT the beginning of each sport To anyone in- terested in improving her skills and competing with other schools. Ev Mackey, Bill Gommer, Doug Tarvin, Gary Ranclolf, Dave Varnes, Row 3-Mike Carson-Assist., Justice, Brad Baier-Chief Justice, Andy Nelson-Att. Gen., Rick Hammond-Assistl Sec., Larry Walden, Rob Evans, Dan .Casley, Russ Cameron, John Solomon, Al Clark, Bob Debski, Bob Nelson, Hank Tunney, Randy Buth Lettermen Strive for Athletic Excellence: GAA Encourages Competition Among Girls GAA: Row l-Lora Metzger-Hist., Marcia Ferraro-V, Pres., Alice Miller--Pres., Betty Lenoir-Sec., Kathy Holton-Frosh Rep., Row 2-Miss Riley-Adv., Maureen Huesman, Kathy Dean, Darlene Panzegraf, Mary McClung, Becky Fenner, Jeanabelle Fitzgerald, Jeannie Spears, Laurie Brown, Miss Ross-Adv., Row 3--Julie Swanson, Carolyn Cunard, Jeannette Welling, Judy Corner, Kerry Collins, Carol Burgess, Ida-Marie Hines, Marietta Thompson, Linda Calvert, Faith Galley, Row 4-Diane Ormsby, Janis Morrell, Darlene Zapinski, Heather Carling Smith, Sherry Booth, Lorna Riggs, Carla Longstreth, Karen Sagarra, Deborah Stickney wb JN 'ri SWIC lStudents Will in Com- monl and PGP lProgressive Government Partyl appeared during the close of student body elections of Spring l966. Their mutual obiec- tives were to create school- wide interest in the elections and to initiate changes in school government by pro- viding a definite platform for each party. Political con- 'ventions were held during which each party's candi- dates were elected and i heard. This year the parties made some changes in school government such as introducing student court, In May, the parties rise to full strength as they work to get their candidates elected. l 4, lr: B SWIC: Mr. Rees-Advisor, Rick Wornsbecker-V, Pres., Linda Butler-Gen. Comm. Chairman, Sue Fasken-Sec.-Treas., Tim O'ConneIl-Chairman PGP And SWIC Wage Bit-ter Political Battle Rivaling Democratic, Republican Struggle PGP: Mr, Eaton-Advisor, Becky Morris--Cent, Comm., Barbara Williams-Sec., Anne Frohock-Board, Cherie Dain-Steering Comm., Jerry Klein, Bill Roberts-Co-Chairman, Hank Schnieder, Kathy McKee-Board, Bonnie Breuklander-Treas., Steve Manginelli-Chairman f' A ,c,, iw off' CSF: Row 1-Thomas Booth, Jeff Berg, Greg Needham, John Powers,-Dist. iO rep., Bill Roberts-Publicity-His., Bill Castleman-Treas., Kathi Bell-V. Pres., Mary Rose-Sec., Glen Ruff, Mike Schlegel, Row 2-Laura Mullaney, Rory Dunbar, Laura Susman, Lene Holland, Mary Strand, Jill Russell, Claudia Rowlett, Debra Tobak, Sue Scanlin, Bill Gommer, Row 3-Scott Flick, Bruce Pitzler, Bob Ahrens, Jim Collins, Tim Knaak, Claude Sigel, Betty Lenoir, Corey Dzitzer, Ann Kornblit, Dan Casley, Row 4-Rob Evans,-Carol Brosgart, Becky Morris, Louisa McNulty, Linda Powell, Sue Sladek, Linda Maxwell, Elaine Henderson, Row 5-Ann Nelson, Donna Kuznkowski, John Fisher, Michelle, Fallon, Jerry Klein, Chris Hillila, Kathy Howe, Stephanie Chew, Jennifer Johnson, Cyndi Coberly, Row 6-- John Smith, Tom Ballard, John Boloman, Bob Nelson, Randy Buth-Sgt.-At-Arms. CSF Members Attain Excellent Scholastic tanding With Much Effort And Hard Work CSF: Row l-Sue Scanlin, Debra Tabak, Bruce Pitzler, Bob Aherns, Paul Torgerson, Glenn Ruff, Tim Knaak, Row 2-Cyndi Coberly, Kathi Bell, Mary Libby, Claude Sigel, Bill Roberts, Mary Strand, Mary Rose California Scholarship Federation is a statewide organization open to students of high academic achievement, Each semester the club opens membership. During the course of the year, CSF spon- sors a book sale and other fund raising proiects in order to give ci scholarship at the end of the year. Two field trips, one per semester, are taken by the stu- dents during which they visit a cultural or educational center and then see a movie. Four Groups Support Publication To publish treely is a cherished American ideal. To this end the journalism class and the Press Club publish and support the publica- tion of the school newspaper, the Lancer. The Literature Club edits and prints Reflections, a magazine ot original literary and art work of our students. Individualistic View- Point presents candid opinions ot the student body and provides a forum for political parties during school elections. NEWSPAPER: Row l-Kathi Nadon, Karen Gronseth, Ellen Zerlin, Pam Hopkins, Sue Clark, Linda Silbert, Cindy Burke, Sandi Bellinger, Row 2--Stephanie Kish, Kathy Clohessy, Ann Nelson, Pat Neel, Vikki Ruth, Kris Watson, Karen Mishler, Vicki Villarreal, Row 3-Mr. Miller-Adv., .lim Collins, Jim Kent, .lim Fisher, Bob Simmons, Jerry Panks, Mike Kohl, Editor, Lee Von Biela, Link PRESS CLUB: Row l-Mr. Miller, Advisor, Kathi Nadon, Karen Gron- seth-Pres., Mike Kohl, Jim Fisher --V. Pres., Mary Ahtye-Sec., Di- ana Larkbyp Row 2-.litn Collins, Ellen Zerlin, Kathi Clohessy, Ann Nelson, Fon Moore, Pat Neel, Greg Clancy. LITERARY MAGAZINE: Row l-Mrs. Brown-Adv., Kathi Bell, Mary INDIVIDUALISTIC VIEWPOINT: Row l-Maybelle Silliker, Tony Rose, Cloudia Rowlett, Mrs. Kimball-Adv., Row 2-Bob Simmons, Mikkelson, Sue Faskeftz Row 2-Lindfl BUTl9Y, lim O'COV1f'1Sll, Sue Fasken, Linda Butler, Betty Lenoir, Becky Morris, Bill C051-Ie. John Runnion, Bonnie Breuklander. man. vw is f in 'Y N-I SCIENCE CLUB: Row l Melanie Smith, Tim Knaak -Pres., Bruce Robertson -Treas., Chris H Betty Lenoir, Row 2 Randy Buth-Hist. Marv Monk, John Fisher Bil Roberts, Hank Schnieder Row 3-Mike Bruck Dave Ormsby - s Scientific minds search for a way to blow up the school. 1. Radio Science clubs work with dials bugs Among the goals ot the Science Club are the com pletion of a Telescope they have been building and attiliation with CATS a county science organiza- tion. Meetings are made especially interesting with a variety ot speakers and tilms. They further their experience with field trips to such places as the Hughes Research Center. Students whose interests turn to ham radio have ioined the Radio Club where they can exchange ideas about their receivers and experiences. Many ot the members are working to obtain their own licenses. Three club members already have their own receivers. RADIO CLUB: Row 1- Mr. Perry, Advisor, Steve Kelem, Jim Price, Steve Jessup, Rex Bradshaw, Les Pres,, Ronald Jones, Mike Dunn, Jim Brand, V, Pres, Schloetel, Mike Kosty- CHESS CLUB: Row l -Gene Sidak, Bruce -- Guynn-Sec., Tony Mikkelson - SgT.- af-Arms, Mike Ach- enbach, Glenn Ruff, Row 2 - Han k Schnieder, Tim Knaak -Treas., Gary Zer- lin, Mike Schlegel+ V. Pres., William Hirst-Pres. . Chess anahcs MeeT FuTure PsgchoIogusTs To MaTch Their WITS The members of The Chess Club are devoTed To Their game. Their all-engrossing acTiviTy draws Them TogeTher daily To compeTe over pawns, bishops and bologna sandwiches. Members play each oTher Twice and record Their winnings TaiThTully. From These rec- ords come The names of The players who will play in The TournamenT of exhibiTion games. PSYCHOLOGY CLUB: Row 1- Mr. Rees - Advisor, Romanda Digiglio, Twink Martin, Chris- Tine HuTson, Linda Doughfy, Cherie Frenchg Row 2-Ann Nelson, Kelly McClung, Shar- ann Johnson, Sherry Laircl, Irene Adams, Karen Panzegraf, Jeannie Alrick, Sherry Reriker -- Treas., Row 3 - Merilyn Rosebraugh--Sec., Leslie Brody -V. Pres., Gale Robinson, Sue Openshaw, Lane Sumpfion - Pres., Rene Myers, Peggy Faye, Carol Cutler. Probe The Human Mind New To our campus This year is The recenfly formed Psychology Club. This group is made up of Those sTudenTs who would like a more Than basic knowl- edge of human Traiis, and behavior. Once a monTh The members of The Psychology Club visiT and en- TerTain The paTienTs of Camarillo STaTe HospiTal. 7 3 f l A A - Q LANCER CHOIR: Row l-Teri Winchester, Jeannie Alrick, Philip Longstreth, Tony Koriantis, Gordon Lemm, Deanna Dixon, Kerry Denman, Cindy Nelson, Kathy Bassett, Karen Penzagraf, Row 2-Sandi Linebarrier, Pam Schallock, Layne Floyd, Tim Moriarity, Greg Flick, Cliff Holley, Larry Mellinger, Jill l-licks, Gayle Dowd, Debbie Edson, Row 3-Connie Knight, Judy McKee, Mava Harris, Tony Denman, Dan Ferro, Mike Jones, Russ Perkins, John Zianrick, Kelly McClung, Diane Allen, Row A-Janet Colby, Michelle Sopko, Karen Hall, .lay Goldman, Bob Alcarez, Bob Robertson, John Runnion, Tom Gustavson, Tina Everett, Jeff Burke, Jeanne Fullerton Lancer Choir, Lanceret-tes, Emeralds Qing For Communitg. For Trophies. And For Fun Choir members rehearse competition numbers. After three months of hard prac- tice, the Lancer Choir presented V 1 its Christmas pageant in con- , 3 . junction with the drama depart- ment. The high point of the per- formance was l-landel's 'il-lal- lelujah Chorus" from the Mes- siah. While working on seg- ments of Brahms' Requiem for the Easter season, the Choir readied itself for competition - the first being its own home fes- tival. The Lancerettes also participated in the Christmas pageant sing- ing well known Christmas car- ols. The Emeralds, a special branch of the choir, perform in the community in their gay sports outfits. F J 6 ,V , I F l-' 1 ! 326 gg . in ' x A ik an f 651231, 'I ,rf H uf- qu?" -35 ,. ' v lm .' i! - 551. a sl-AN 4..wM,,.v..., .,., 5,4 M -L -.,l WMM' , . I 2 'i gs E -5 FLAG TWIRLERS: Row l-Judy Romano, Monica Cox, Row 2-Cheryl Davis-head, Sandy Harris, Lynda Powell, Nancy Keely. CP 0 I ' 3 l I l -3 if lx l 7' Twirlers. Lancer Band Qirive for Complefe Perfeciion Under The direcTion of Mr. HellersTein and drum maior Diane Tooker, The Lancer Band puT ouT anoTher year of enTerTaining half Time shows, parades, and concerTs. March- ing on The TooTball field in Their green and gold uniforms, The band played songs from musicals like "My Fair Lady" and oTher popular arrangemenTs. Tying in wiTh The Homecoming Theme of "Ole", The band pre- senTed a special program wiTh The music of The Tiiuana Brass. Adding a Tlair of Mexico were The flag Twirlers in Their inTerpreTaTion of a bull fighT. The Camarillo Chrisfmas parade was The major parade for The Band This year. Diane Tooker Took second place in drum maior compeTiTion. LANCER BAND: Row I-Jeff Wharton, Ross Quinn, Will Alger, Donna Rockenstein, Carol Robinson, Penny Patron, Diane Tooker-Drum Major, John Strand, Treas.--Ellen Morgan, David Schloefel, Sandee Escarcega, Barbara McQueen, Rhoann Ponseti, Row 2--Sue Peck, Karen Krowl, Diana SomerTon, Don Hess, Mark Eddy, Roger VesTer, William Krueger, Jim Price, Mike Thomas, Keifh HunTer, Vince Wharton, Ed Bedwell, BeTTy Clough-Sec., Sary Plyley, Terry Wrench, Sfeve Pollack, Row 3-Bill Ruff, Diane Schrank, Claude Sigel,,Dan Ramsey, Rick Donnelly-V. Pres., Tom Sankovich, Mike, Degner, Rusty Seller, Allen SuTTon, Gary Zee, Don Gerber-Pres., Standing- Robert Dickie, Dale Foucar, Pat Lewis, Cheryl Widero Barbara Robinson, The only band maioreTTe, has won many prizes In Twirling in compeTiTion all over SouThern California. Patti float, i--ve--R, ,--vvyp-.-., .t x -kwa, "'T57' A . McKee and her Caballero float down T.O. Blvd. on their third place sophomore Beauty and the Beast? No, it's Queen Queen Kathy and Her Court Add To Bea ufg Our Homecoming royalty says Ole! Deanna Dixon, Patti McKee, Barbara Duncan, Pam Droney, and Queen Kathy McGrath 'M mf , ,, . W A - 5 ,. , ,aug 5' . 1 Q' , ' - u 584 . , , , .. -A tml ff' lvl "' "il ' K 5 5-4' N3 1 , .L ' 4 W h .W-. . , ff: ii?-7 :ty 351111-'zfw , . - . 't :--,i,.a.:,2.-.-.-f.A,,m.-.,.11,g2:,g1 :1.I"'?5f:'?Qs:,fQ: fi,45, - ,. .I - viii -. f f , 'I N V 11'1' 5f'2 217'L':-i.:Ef-iii!-as TW-. 1 2 1 , 2 4 5 ', 55121 -flff-'gi f z - ': "ii:i 5l5 af?E2?21,. TF? fe -f r' Q 'M Kathy and her friend Ferdinand the bull. Ol' Homecoming The traditional practice of the varsity football team selecting the TOHS Homecoming queen was broken this year as the stu- dent body turned out to the polls to select favorite choices. Chosen as queen was Kathy McGrath, Princesses in the queen's court were Patti McKee, Pam Droney, Deanna Dixon, and Barbara Duncan. lf 5 S: Students cast their votes for their favorite candidiates. Ki Six year olcl Pat McGrath presents the crown to ASB president Rob Evans for the climax of the ceremony, as the court and their escorts, Dave Ormsby, Dan Fallon Bruce Bruschi, and Jim Cyr look on. Our queen is protected from "The Beast" by her date Ev Mackey. I Homecoming Means Work Fun And Memories Fiesta spiriT, wide skirts, and broad- brimmed. sombreros were a common sight in "Old Thousand Oaks", as The Lancers got ready tor Homecoming 1966. With OLE as its theme, Homecoming began with an early morning parade on Thousand Oaks Boulevard. Later came The game and The highlight of the occasion: The crowning of Queen Kathy and her court. The day was com- pleted that evening aT The Homecoming dance, amid red roses and sparkling fountains. . . . produce beautiful results. I I M M216 ,IM left: Preporotions for the Homecoming dance continue for into the night .pq i S, f', tl .-Us ' I. It V' , tu.- . if iwwf 1 fl X4 fr! E7 4,213+ yi' uf -4 I '-f Z X 7 , , . F ,JI ff Q- 4 ' A f- . ,. I 1 1 A. , .f if iw? I 5. nl I 1 ft:-""' ' 7 ' , f "I realize it doesn't work os well os scissors, but look ot the time were saving." left: Students work on decorations for the big- gest event of the winter season. 57 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Marylou Amos-Head, Gail Robinson, Laura Rocker, Tony Denman, Robyn Romans breaking the routine of practice 1 .ff X Fun. Saiisfaciion Reward .l""x 193' 4- "I swear: I'II never look at another game as long as I live! I 1 r J.V, CHEERLEADERS: Clockwise-Sue Evans, Lynn Rodgers, Joonn McGro1h- Heod, Lindo Levitt Our Songleoclers prepare for another noisy, horn-blowing ride through Town. . , Their Hard Work As School Spirii Rises us 0 Z Q I- H1 If U l'l'l xl ua xr o U' CD 1 -. Q I Q Q. m 3 K Q -.. 3' X4 3 F1 G5 -. o -. J' 'I J Q. ci on 2. Q. LQ o T I YD Q Q. I' o c -. Q S E I cb I4 m o :I 3 Q on c 2. vi o 3 Q. fn! ff, wax W I 59 Spirit Means Meng Things To Mang People What is Spirit? lt is an overcrowded rooter's bus grinding off into the night, full of shouting, laughing stu- dents. It is a cheerleader turning a cartwheel, a songleader con- centrating on an intricate pat- tern, it is a thousand students attending a game in the freez- ing cold. Spirit is the driving force on any campus, the difference between a merely good school and a really g reat one. Thousand Oaks' never-flagging spirit has served to elevate it, giving the Lancers a name for student par- ticipotion. ,, , X f M , , , ' ,4 , 2, ,, ,,,. 'WWA ' J . f , 1 , ' 7 .7 , W . , , 2 l Aly., Daily classroom druclgery is broken by an enthusiastic piano act presented by Mr. Felix DeCoIa. 60 Jane Boltinhouse and her mother beam with pride as Jane accepts her award as Senior Girl of the Quarter from Girls' League President, Judy Lewon. y l This year's Pep Squad helped boost spirit and enthusiasm at games and rallies. 4 2, gif' ,- 4' - f 42 4 , W . I . ff '47, 1"- Spirit is not only attending games and- activities, but working behind the scenes to make those events what they are. Mr. Williams demonstrates what good faculty participation we have here at TOHS by submitting to slavery during spirit week. Lancers will endure anything to see their teams play. s new it Yrgx -4 HN l.1..2lI ' Confusion Mounls As Juniors Six Fool Bunng ln Class 7 4 X Mr. O'Hgm pufg finishing . . . and Becky Norris puts finishing Kelfh HUQIWSS Gnd Becky N0rriS wiih Touches on iiie pioy - i , touches on Steve Wqlsh, a friend of the Jr. Class Wes Pohl, Debbie Iglehart, Paul Watkins. Patti Dryden, Carol Brosgarf, Jeff Spencer, Kathy Howe, Steve Walsh, Beverle Fisher, Dan Farrell. fiv -li e Sandoval, Jay 62 Pursue An Elusive. Plag "Harvey" if ! Juniors behind the scenes . . , the stage crew of "Harvey" Dress Code violator? No, it's Carol Brosgart who has iust escaped the attentions of Duane Wilson- played by Jay Price. QW, J 1 I Aww' af' Debbie lglehart receives good news as various cast members look on. Take a group of enthusiastic iuniors, hand them a funny play, and watch them start to work. The end results of their play, "Har- vey", were seen by large crowds on No- vember 3, 4, and 5. Jeff Spencer took the lead role as Elmer P. Dowd who had a peculiar friend named Harvey, an invisible six foot tall rabbit. ln- visible, that is, to everyone but Elmer. Apparently the family, played by Carol Brosgart and Kathy Howe, thought he was a bit crazy and throughout the play tried to have him committed. Confusion mounted when Carol Brosgart, Elmer's sister ended up in the institution by mistake after being subjected to iust a bit ot Hroughing up" by Jay Fisher, the hospital guard. One thing led to another with Harvey popping in for an occasional invisible appearance until all the players resolved to let poor Elmer alone -and Harvey, too. .it X ,1 vw- 1, -12 J, 1:4 59 ff l . i I l r 1' 'E I I .fx i - I 1 Vp ' if Q ,gf 9. z WH... ,gy V "il-7f'tb1il -. ,fr,iigi1' 1 ...xt-, U- 1 , ,mf r S sf: 2 i,, I ' ,QQ 3 sz gg' fy , V ,X 5 ..,t,iN.V.g X S 2 1 fi Ng 7' s -4 f ,T - Y I nv: K' . t D 5 ,. Y I Q .r" r .M fn.: r r ... . H 1,. .wr f . ff et- f'. . ,-4,s,:.r y 'ff 5.5 fi? N. P '46 Jr ,mx - - Q -1 Y 3l5:.v9'.v '.f5iFfA"' f .. .5541 7 4 s 'r X V .- '25 :Eg-:s,I4f 3-,H :wreak 1 33-gigsr., K T' if .35.sr+3.f3'p9v'-. N ff " iiS,S.3.1i' " H. 64 Lets dance! Caryn Cosgrove and Gary Gray pose at the Senior Ball. In Bustles r ell Bottoms os The raucous sounds of a rock band make the walls of the gym tremble as another dance gets under way at Thousand Oaks High. Capris, bellbottoms, sport- shirts, cords and loaters are all part ofthe pattern at these after- game hops or sports nights. For that something special, how- ever, the mood is somewhat more serene. Dreamy music and an elegant setting form the backdrop here, while bright cor- sages, flowing gowns, tuxedos, and dinner iackets replace the more conventional modes of dress. Dances this year included all types, from the Prom to Dog- patch Days. But whatever the mood, these dances provided a welcome break from the daily grind of study and homework. W fT.'i"'?I"E'Tl-. C W ers,-f - s ,... Q? Q-55 5111.1 . f.a.l.igQ1i ,X " ' The Sunset Thousand Oaks Country Students dance and enioy themselves at a formal. . . ,i . 44. Q zili aj, , . Q? .z sw., 'rv Dur School Dances Swing FWF A ,, ,h:m:- 5116: J ' 'Xzfr,l,1rafe2Qfwff6e"'?2 i .. , .,,,.. 5. , f ,r f " B ' ' ' X . ""' -s4-f-va'4-f4:g4:1:-'-4" .Q 1. f f 'fx x x ... sf i 5, 0A-dZ,e,.s1m1'-- -- ' ' . M, ,,,, Mo. so A ' ,AA, ' A r ,, o Club was The beautiful setting for "Bourbon Street," this year's Senior H05 'he 907 Un ifch? Yes! GH ifch fo ClC1I1C9, GS lf's rock Boll. our time at one of the many after-game dances. The Captives, a local group, provide the music for on evening of fun and enierfainment. ine M K YQ Cowardlg Lion Makes Crowd Roar In Seniors' "The Wizard of Oz" proved a great choice for The Talent-packed senior class. Cheryl Davis gave a wonderful portrayal of DoroThy, a young girl who was carried away To The Land of Oz by a Tornado. Ironically enough, Bob Bruschi made everyone feel a twinge of sympathy for a cow- ardly king of beasts. Among others, Mike Richards as The Scarecrow and Steve Simmons as The Great Wizard, gave outstanding perform- ances. Under The direction of Mrs. Rose and Lynn Torch, The senior play was a greaT success. Judy- Smiley, Cindy McDonell, Sandy Wash, Marilyn Rosebraugh Simmons, Bob Bruschi, Leslie Brody, Cheryl Davis, Cheryl Olsen xi-7 - "' w" Watch out for the wicked Belinda! ii 3' N N939 l3'lfli L Not all witches are wicked and ugly. 2 l Sw QM Y X I We're off To see the Wizard! Hilarious Rendition DF "The Wizard Of 02" T... R' e ,Tim O'Connell, Steve herry Merrel-7 x Judi Romano, Bill Gomer, Sue Openshow, Debbie Jeter, Dotty Jonsmo, Pom Schollock, Suzanne Moreno, Elizabeth Henium, Koren Weller, Kcindy Hodgkins, Carol Cutler, Fon Moore, Borboro Willinms. I i 3 .C , - - X, ,xo - ,W ,.,, ,C ,417 Ag,-A ' 5 liisuismnwofm f Stage Crew-Donno Miller, Craig Price, Steve Simmons, Lynn Torch, Donna Coombs. . ,, 3 5' 5 ,,.5 6 , ,, xi, i 35 if , , , . , , E ,,1..il Mrs. Rose, director, tries to orouse her sleeping cost. 67 Exchange STudenTs Spread Friendship My year here in America has shown up noT so much The differences beTween here and SouTh America. buT raTher The many, many similariTies. I have learned and seen much here, buT I Think Thousand Oaks High School is number one on my IoT. The kids and TacuITy have so overwhelmed me wiTh Their sponTaneous Triendliness ThaT righT from The sTarT I was lefT IiTTle hope of reciprocaTing iT in equal measure. I know ThaT when I leave, l will miss sTrolIing info class wiThouT a Tie . . . and above all The many friendly "I-Ii's" which meT me as I walked down fhe halls and made me Truly Teel aT home. STuarT Myhill Right-Stuart Myhill, TOHS's foreign exchange sTudenT from South Africa, is caughf by The phofographer on The way To class. Below-Sue Thomas, TOHS's represenTaTive To BogoTa, Colombia, returned in January afTer a year's sfay. Here, she enTerTains her brother, Kevin, wiTh a Spanish 'Folk song she learned during her experience. xi' 1 31 Jumors shout We re not crazy the rest of The world s!" sorry Dan but Santa Claus doesnt come this fume of The year ---11 3 , , m f SPDRTQ Varsuig Foofballers Gei Hoshle Welcome In Flrsi CL Year JVs Gave Rag of Hope Robert Musellq Asslsfqnf on Barney, Head Coach Chrns Pogliaro, Assistant t V n"'1Ir .W ' 1 f.:2' f ,LJ , '4.e.....- U?-.ff - jj'j'L . 5, ..,.?-pwqlq .V b I ,. ,,,. . ,. iq'-. " 'Ss 1,2- 1 , l-.:-mi., ., A "wise ?Z'f,, ' "Teen" x 'I - , ., A-N 1" ' ,. H w we-.., f ff.: , vff . , ff We ' W" ., 11,51- ,, - 245 f ff sgbzgx, ' ' 4,145 ' ' V 3: ,-F .V 4' ,i , 5, g A A 1 : r -A ' 'Hpf 'r if ,v , .fi ,,j-j A . 1e'fP 'jg.frf-, xi fflircell' A . '- 1 new 2 -f'-1-,. dzzlyzrh -V. - " J,-'CxAn , 1 '-of-fn-v - 1 Fe' -1- ,1.:.g'- j--'-5 wil?-5 V, ' xv' 1 fv' A 5- vi-fl s ,v , XL ki. Y ' - :nf '.L,e.w.,.J4.w,e ,Q 4- ,, ER-vw-1' -I , fun-ye -Q .nb 1' -- e .,-K-:anemia ' v fe - .471 -1 ff- 1 1'5,gQ,, VARSITY FOOTBALL: Row 1-Fred Andree, Gary Randolph, Ev Mackey, Mike Renner, Guy Mor- gan, Roy Beall, Boyd Cannon, Rick Delmarter, Chuck Sabalos. Row 2-Larry Dillon, Bob Rob- ertson, Fred Kraus, Steve Williams, Randy Tenny- son, Mike Carson, Bill Gommer, Ken Benson, Brad Baier, Rick Hammond, Mike Howard, Lou Blais, Herb Nevins. Row 3-Warren Green, Ross Howard, Nick Candela, Bob Bruschi, Terry Beall, Harry Hedlund, Bob Nelson, Larry Walden, Tim O'Malley. There can be no avoiding the fact that the Lancer 1966-67 football squad had a disap- pointing year. The record of wins and losses however, does not tell the whole story. Despite their disadvantages, the Lancer football team gave every spectator his money's worth, and provided another good season of Lancer football. The season started with a pair of non-league games, both of which the Lancers lost. After falling to a powerful Palmdale eleven, 13-O, the Lancers suffered the same fate against Ale- many on the following Saturday, 13-6. The next game was a suspenseful one right to the last gun as the Lancers were narrowly edged by the Cougars of Ventura High, 13-12. But the Lancers bounced back to hand Simi High a 14-6 defeat. Boyd Cannon l11l hands off to Ev Mackey i251 as strong blockers open a gaping hole 73 w ff. 'N 1 .ffm 'rv-L K., ,,,. F -4, SENIOR BACKS: Mike Howard, Bob Bruschi, Bill Gommer, Larry Wolden, Roy Beall, Ev Mackey A horde of Lancer rushes in fo assist. 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' 4 "-5' E4 V ' "1 5" I7,::'fl'f5'-9ffT'i,,'fl'LZ .YS :H 52151:-1 -.eS'f5rf"'1mi'-in--:gg-1rf'1f -of ' - e"?'s52I'Zr' Q Iifazgffiwlelf M l ,i,e,:,,,,,, ,wr-:vi . ,:u.f v, ggi Q "wi ' if -4 .-u ww -f X . . - af- riff- f- ,Q M, 'zipihg lccklefs led bY Rick DelmC'l'TCf l70l, Guy Morgan l63l and Mike Carson l8ll. smother an enemy runner, while Gary Randolph l46l As Fortune Plunge, Lancers Trg Harder The Lancers iourneyed to Santa Barbara High the next week for a battle with the most for- midable team in the Channel league. The Dons defeated the Lancers, 41-6, The Lancers next met their traditional foes from Camarillo High. The Scorpions, thirsting for revenge for last year's defeat, got it 19-O. For a while it ap- peared that the Lancers might win their next battle against the Yellowjackets of Oxnard. The first half was a real slugging match as the Lan- cers traded touchdown for touchdown with the Oxnard squad. The second half saw the Oxnard team fire up and take the lead, which they never relinquished. The final score was 46-25. The Lancers were foiled on their search for vic- tory as the Buena Bulldogs gave them another defeat 25-O. The last game of the season, the Lancer homecoming, was spoiled by Hueneme, 13-O. is MANAGERS: Loren Roseth, David Varnes, M. Kosty JV. Frosh Gridders Promise Quick Return Lancers 14, Palmdale O, Lancers 26, Ventura O, Lancers TO, Oxnard O. These were some of the lopsided tallies that appeared on the scoreboard as the Lancer Junior Varsity team took to the field for their T966 season. Losing only two games lto Santa Barbara, T8-O, and Camarillo, 34-Ol and tying one game with Alemany 6-6, the Thousand Oaks J.V.'s placed second in league standings. With few injuries to sap their strength, the Lancer J.V. line held back opponents and also opened holes for the speedy backs. Guided by Bill Shaw, the J.V.'s tallied up a season's total of ll9 points. This year's Freshman football team had one of the best Frosh season records. Winning four games in a row is not an easy iob for any team, especially against such opponents as l-lueneme H9-Ol, Santa Paula l2O-Ol, Camarillo l33-61, and Rio Mesa l28-Ol. The sole Freshman loss, to Oxnard, was a heart-breaking one, as the team fell by only a 6-O score. They were partially revenged, however, as under Don Shotliff and his expert crew of coaches, they roared back against arch-rival Camarillo, handing them a 26-O drubbing. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL- Steve Emmons, Ricky Rosieika, Chamberlain., Russ Crowell, Zachary, Rick Shima, Kelly FROSH FOOTBALL: Row l-Bob Sudden Mgr., Jim Sabalos, Paul Deitrich, Rick Braden, Curl Wilson, Bob Rownlee, Bob McKenzie, Lee Libby, Craig Kelleher, Jack Hall, Dan Rose, Tom Power, Dan Ramsey, Gene Hill, Kim Oliver, Row ll-Bob Peters, Kent Gallimore, Burison, Roland Fishear, Steve Reich, Ed Voelker, John. Bremer, Chip Burke, Bruce Pickrell, Ed Yeakel, Bob Quick, Steve Skeie, Doug Bridges, Row Ill-Gregg Brizindine, Rene Nadon, Bruce Dunkel, Kent Heweft, Joe Garibay, Rick Chacon, B. J.4Baier, Manny Sanehez, Caldwell, Jim Betts, Mike Shima, Dave Ledesma, Larry Lequire. 6 l To Former Lancer Football Pre-Eminence Row 1-Gary Quinn, Mgr., Richard Sutton, Mark Nelson, Bob Eicholz, Gary Gallimore, Tim Crowney, Greg Sanders, Dan Kriete, Mgr., Row 2-Steve Heidman, Bill Hansen, Wayne Nottingham, Charles Odofer, Cliff Holley, Gary Oliver, Bob Enderson, Rick John Martim, Dan Davidson, Rod Eggleston-, Jim Mullinex, Row 3-Randy Kelly, Paul Gabrinetti, Alex Bomlmeiier, Tom Winters, Mark Fadler, Ron Giles, Bob Rockefeller, Mike Rippy, LeRoy Diotte, Dan O'Malley, Terry Scott. Vander Brink, Brad Butcher, Wayne Salo, Dave Jay Brown, Jerry McClain, Gregg Herzig, Scott Collins, Evan Clevenger, Jim Earl, Steve Jeff Bensen-, Steve Turner, Gary Stanford, Nate rl, -I 2 li COACHES: Don Shotliff, Edward Lennert, Bob Thomas COACHES: Bill Shaw, Bill Loretta Cross Counirg Varsiig Looks To Frosh And JV Teams For Qirong Reinforoemenis in '68 J CROSS COUNTRY VARSITY: Bill Parsons, Rick Thornton, Bob Newton, Mike Degner, Gerry Droney, Bob Arney, Fon Moore. Coach Ron Sfillwell cracks o ioke To ease ihe ren- SENIOR RUNNERS: Fon Moore, Jim Kennedy, Mike Degner sion before o big meet. Jim Rowley, George Webb. J Z .Lf- S: il 'L-5? Despite a dismal season, in which they suffered eighT losses without a win, The varsiTy cross-country runners were looking optimistically Toward the next year of competition. Back for The T967-68 season was high point man Bill Parsons. And the Junior Varsity I5-31 and Frosh-Sophomore l7-ll Teams both posted winning seasons in Their inifial campaigns in The Tough Channel League. Coach Ron Stillwell was looking forward To sTrong performances nexT year from such runners as John Agnew, up from The JV's, and Mario Vargas and Jim Wilson, both up from The Frosh-Sophomore squad. Hueneme, 38-19. ' The Varsity opened The sea- son by losing a Tight meet To Rio Mesa, 32-28, and bowing To Channel islands, 36-22. ln cross-country com- petition, The Team with The lowesT score wins. Tra- ditional rival, Camarillo, edged The varsity harriers, 33-25, as They opened Their Channel League campaign, and Oxnard raced To a 36- 19 win. The TO runners nearly upset Ventura, 32-27, before being handed Their worsT defeat of The season, 40-15, by Santa Barbara. Closing out The season, The Lancers were defeated by JV AND FROSH-SOPH RUNNERS: Row l: Martin l-lillllu, Sieve Wright, George Webb, Dani Langllois, Mario Vargas, John Agnew, Tony Korianitis, Arthur Bassett, Jud Kruger, Tim Moriarty, Row 2: Tom Aldrich, Charles McDonald, Jim Wilson, David Baumbach, Steve Fish, Garry Payne, Gordon Hickle, Bruce Anselmo, Stan Mansfield, Rick Turner, Bill Krueger, Jim Kennedy, Jim Rowley, Howard Wright, Tim Killgrove, Jeff Riggins, Tim Booth. TRAINERS: Butch O'Brien, John Jones. VARSITY: Row 1-Dan Dollar, John Solomon, Rob Evans, Mike Kohl, Dave Torgerson, Hank Tunney, Row 2-Ron Murgatroyd Manager, Tim Rubald, Dave Ormsby, Gary York, Rich Dyess, Mark Ballinger, Jay Hawkins, Alex Sinczewski, Bob Mosher, Dave Varnes Manager, Not Shown: Paul Fairbanks, Mike Costie and John Jones, Managers. T.O. Basketballers Meet Tough Opposition: Look For Strong Support For Next Year The Lancers assume an unusual position for basketball players as they search the court for Rob Evans' contact lens, lost during Simi game. 6? The Lancer Cagers' first sea- son in the Channel League was an awakening one, as they finished with a league record of 2-12, Mike Kohl set a season's scoring record of 369 points, and the combi- nation of Kohl and Alex Sinczewski broke the 1-2 scoring record. Thousand Oaks had two able centers, Mark Ballinger and Rick Dyess, both 6'5" seniors. Dave Ormsby was valuable on the boards, and Rob Evans' quick hands contri- buted to the Lancer defense. Returning to the varsity next year are Karl Torgerson and Tim Rubald. Both the B's and the JV's had excellent seasons, and T.O.'s future looks bright. v ,.,, K 1 I v if K if 5 ' "7 s E N I o R CENTERS: , ig Rick Dyess, and Mark . -. . ,AAA" 1 Ballinger. 'A vi A , f3f'51 'K fjQf:QZiL3,2iQlZ5f Q ,,. A ,V , SEN I o R GUARDS: AV V QA I Row I-Mike Kohly 2 -", Row 2-Bob Evans, 'Q ' ,,V - ,-.l Hank Tunney, Dan Dollar. :qu-.----f.--.-.wvp-M.. ,f,.,. -- .,,. . I ,C ....W . , . .Q iz.. A I ' 9 wi V ,,.m6s:.7 V ' f -f-' -,.g,,.,4, -V-.M .- ff 1'-f' ,V . Qw2J'WEi2EIf1.'fE5" Coach Dale Ackerman cuts a piece of cake at the Varsity party after the Lancers last home game. LEAGUE SCORES Home Opponent 61 Oxnard . . ....... 75 61 Venfura .. ..... 79 74 Hueneme .... . . .57 56 Buena ........... 73 Santa Barbara ..... 67 54 53 Camarillo ... . . .54 55 Simi ..... . . .72 58 Oxnard . . . . .88 54 Ventura . . . . .86 53 Hueneme .... . . .48 59 Buena ........... 86 35 Santa Barbara ..... 58 79 Camarillo ........ 80 72 Simi ..... . . .73 E 1 l i k :L 5 E Q E SENIOR FORWARDS: Row 'I-Jay Hawkins, Bob Moser, Row 2-Gary York, Alex Sinczewski, Dave Ormsby, John Solomon. a n ill! ll as , ' 1 1 I sew. l .. X . 4 . 15 l 1 X41 1 ., .awpxwav I ........., ,, ,N ,AA ,,,, md, 4-V 1, I W' ' '-' "" W- -rrrvnd f A. U , WA W 1' l?.."..T fl 82 el: J' A J.V. BASKETBALL: Row i4Harvey Reed, Nick Candella, John Martin, Bill Jones, Mike Donahue, Manny Sanchez, Greg Peterson, Jeff Schlecht, Row 24Rick Rosieka, manager, Charles Dunn, Mike Cleary, Henry Schneider, John Richards, Dave Pearson, David East, Jim Collins, Greg Meyers, Loren Roseth, manager, Coach Fisher. Lancer Rooters Come In Droves To Enjog Hustle And Spirit Ot' J.V. Basketballers Dave Ormsby, Alex Sinzewski and Rick Dyess battle for a rebound against Santa Barbara. The J.V. basketballers sur- prised everyone in the Tough Channel League by finishing with a winning season. Paced by Nick Candella and Mike Donahue, Coach Fish- er's Lancers stayed near the top the whole season, Dave Pearson and Jeff Schlecht contributed both fine board play and consistent scoring. Other outstanding perform- ers were Mike Cleary, Jonnie Martin, and Bill Jones. En- thusiastic crowds always at- tended the J.V. games, en- ioying the hustle and spirit of the team. Mike Kohl puts up anoTher shot. " 's" Jus-.T Miss League Tiile The "B" Cagers had a Tremen- dous season in '66-'67, The Lancers finished all alone in second place wiTh a 12-2 league mark and had a T6-5 over-all mark. Led by The scoring of Link ForTe and Mike Galvin, TO con- quered almost every opponem iT faced. Mark and Gary Adams and Ralph Lucas were The men on The backboards for The "B"s. The crucial game of The year, and decider for The champion- ship, was againsi' VenTura. The Lancers losT by only 3 poinTs. "B" TEAM: Row 1--Bob Rockefeller, Ken Corr, Ron Weyand, Mike Galvin, Russ Cameron, Bob Debski, Randy Jones, Rick Thornfong Row 2-Steve Heckman, mgr, Tom Maxwell, Steve ViTTum, Doug Frost, Link ForTe, Ralph Lucas, Mark Adam-, "pq,-don me.-' Mark Bollinger Uses G Hueneme Andy Schniede-r, Gary Adams. man Us G pro s P. ll5 "C" BASKETBALL: Row I-Mike Rlppy Rick Shima Bill Bndwell Mike Oliver Dave Diaz Rick Zimmerman Mike Finch Bob Platz John Siemens, Row 2-Tony Anderson Randy Eagle Steve Schlegel Tron Carter Paul Torgerson Coach Gene Lloyd Steve Skete Gordon Hickle, Steve Reich Bill Hansen Pete Lysdal "C" Basketballers Nab Second Place Slot Frosh Guarantee Flock Ot' Reinforoem ents The C's grabbed the second place slot in the Channel league behind Ventura, finishing the season with a record of 16 wins and 4 losses. The Frosh Basket- ballers gave promise of strong recruits to insure continued top performances. Winning Tradition. All-League Returnees Brighten Lancer Varsity Baseball Future l VARSITY: Row 1-Chuck Sabalos, Dean Yoshiwara, Bob Johnson, Ted Chamberlain, Row 2-Andy Nelson, Bob Debski, Rick Thornton, Russ Cameron, Mike Finch, Mike Galvin, Terry Beall, Art Diaz, Les Shelledy, Row 3-Coach Merrill, Loren Roseth, Manager, Lou Blais, Dave Falkoski, Brad Baier, Scott Christian, Mark Ballinger, Greg Smith, Phil Phillips, Herb Havins, Randy Foster, Coach Hansen, Not Pictured: Keith Hughes, Steve Heckman, Manager After mowing down all Frontier League competition last year to grab the loop championship, the varsity baseball team turned its eye this year toward the Channel League. Under Coach Merrill, the varsity had knocked oft ,.ef4,-.,,,,,,,,W - , V all its early season competi- , M' ',. ,i- ' i", X ' -V tion, before beginning "l-t A league play- All-league it -i C l i .4 pitchers Mark Ballinger and . M , X . , . . . , V V , 7 A A l Greg Smith anchored the L L L 1 kff ,, pf i L 7,1 L i mound staff, while Les i , , ilf' ag? 1 Shelledy, all-league outfield- ,f "Q, ' f , er, and returning lettermen ' Art Diaz, Lou Blais, and Brad Baier, provided the hit- ting muscle. . Q v, 141,45 4"-A C 85 SENIORS: Ted Chamberlain Greg Smifh Andy Nelson Lou Blais Randy Foster Arr Diaz Les Shelledy Brad Baier Mark Ballinger Hard Throwing Lancer 'T7 ' fnf fl it!! JV: Row l-Jim Scaife, Peter Lipsett, Fred Hebert, Johnnie Martin, Row 2-Earl Smith, Cliff Holly, Marc Menefee, Randy Eagle Steve Emmons, Dan O'Malley, Jeff Riggins, Mike Rippy, Row 3-Chris Landon, manager, John Agnew, Mark Nelson, Bob Bailey Kelly Fadler, Steve Rogers, Mark Zachary, Dennis Papenhausen, Rod Eggleston, Martin Poenie, Scott Flick, manager. Lancer JV's Look To Repeat League Title: reshmen Provide Future Prospects For TO The Lancer JV and Frosh Baseball teams were eager to continue their fine records of past years. The JV's again had a strong team and looked to repeat their league title. Coach Lloyd's freshmen started the year out well, and should provide the Lancers with future Varsity titles. - - .-si ht ' lrr. FROSH: Row l-Wayne Salo, Jim Sabalos, Bob Thompson, Kent Hewitt, Jeff Benesch, Pat Shelledy Mike Shima, Row 2-Bill Lewon, Dallas Hickle, Rod Heywood, Dave Allen, Joe Newton, Rusty West Rene Nadon, Dan Daughty, Larry LeQuire, Row 3-John Schlegel, Brad Butcher, John Smith, Stan Mansfield, Bob Quick, Jim Earl, Jim Willoughby, Manlio Marquez, Bob Minnella, Not Pictured: Bob Cf"l"l"ll' . il .. , U VARSITY WRESTLERS: Row l-Jim Sabolos, George Webb, Raul Rodriguez, Steve Salamone, Ken Morgan, Row 2-Howard Scott Gary Oliver, Steve Clark, Don Hanson, Row 3-Jim Hall, Bob Bruschi, Harry Hedlund, Jose Fierro. Varsitg- Wrestlers Pin Down First Channel League Title In Ang Athletic Competition The Varsity wrestlers, under Coach Loretta, brought TOHS its first Chan- nel League championship in any sport this year, tying Hart High for the title. In addition to their fine finish, the varsity qualified seven grapplers for the C.l.F. meet, while the J.V.'s placed nine men in their tournamehti B e h i n d undefeated senior Steve Salomone, voted out- standing wrestler of the Channel League, the varsity piled up an 8-2-l record on the year. Also tough for the Lancer wrestlers were George Webb i9-21, Ken Morgan I9-21, and Bob Bruschi l9-2l. Senior Steve Lang- lois anchored the J.V.'s with a 9-O record. Coach Loretta gives a few pointers to wrestlers SENIORS: George Webb, Steve Salamone, Steve Langlois, Monty Roper, Bob Bruschi, Jim Kennedy, Jim Hall, Don Hanson, Steve Clark, Raul Rodriguez, Quentin Eckmcm. J.V.'s: Row l-Pete Rosales, Cecil Puente, Tom Schembri, Dan Rodriguez, Bill Parsons, Row 2-Kent Gallimore, Pat Peppi fo, Gary Bergman, Clay Clark, Row 3-Dan Davidson, Bill Krueger, Stan Mansfield. 'ZX -i i I i l -dm- f"' ' M 0.f""w - , ,,,,wfff'ai, , A 46" ' ' if 1157 11 , f'-f.. ,fn I-if -- "1?.4o5,3w'viJ"n' W, - ' A - ,Q '-" -A ,. , - :A L5 , +v,,."4" ,4 ,. 1,1 , . ff 7 4 ' sf Q ,414 me fm. , ,,4. .,,, A ,g , , ,.A4A ,C ,4.,,, A SENIOR SWIMMERS: Dave Sunstrum, Timothy Casey, Steven Miller, John Claus, Charles Rainwater, Randall Scuria, Dan Pierce, Michael Schelgel, Bruce Robertson. Lancer Swim Team Inaugurates New TOHS Pool-Shows Promise For Future Competition "A" SWIMMERS: Row l-Dave Sunstrurn, John Claus, Timothy Casey, Randall Scuria, Mike Mayotte, Steven Miller, Rusty Geller, Row 2-Timothy Killgrove, Mike Achenback, Fred Adler, Charles Rainwater, Robert Brooks, Michael Schlegel, Bruce Robertson, Steven COOCh9S Owens Gnd Williams -I 3112 ,-..,,,, , , , 4 'Wifi , ,v"f?f' 2, ,.., , , T v'gli1:7"f,v....-luv-'.'4 " ' ' -snn.f.ar:1fwZ...,, 1:- r,-,'aa EAW , Pw3Ifm.. " ' , 1. fx, . I , sw 'Nfx ,fx x .J B - lm,,,,,,c,,., ,,-' THQ: .,-Y--' "B" SWIMMERS: Row 1-William McCombe, John McGrath, William Roberts, Charles Nelson, Ross Quinn, Mike Dunn, John Fisher, Judson Krueger, Mark Holmes, John Cobb, Kurt Degner, Row 2-Michael Eppinger, Bob Eichholz, Tim Sturm, Joseph Vasquez, Glenn Miley, Jimmy Whitesell, Dan Pierce, Robert Hayler, Abel Padilla, Chris Vender. Thousand Oaks again showed its tremendous- growth this year by adding a swimming team to its athletic curricu- lum. Under the coaching of Dale Owens and Doug Williams, T.O. won its share of meets and b e a t schools with more experi- enced squads. The varsity was led by the swimming of Dan Fallon and Randy Scuria and the diving of Chuck Rainwater. Out- standing "B's" were Bob Davis, Rod Scuria, and Bob Hayler. Prospects are bright for future years since the Lan- cer team is one of the youngest in the league. "C" SWIMMER5: Row i-Albert Thomas, Kent Gallimore, Scott Davis, William Alger, Richard Wormsbecker, Gary Quinn, Row 2-Kevin Wittig, Rick Dillingham, Martin Hillila, Alfonso Fierro, David Swenson, Rodney Scuria, Ken Morgan, Paul Sternburg. km f of X' Y mf! 1.1 -V r N f R 1 ff 'V Q 1- Q 'VA 1,351-,fy ,, ' W X Y a g L , W Q, I 5 tl ,mv X l K . 1 ll f A 1 1 X , --X , 4 SENIORS Paul Tomor Ken Benson, Mike Waters, Jay Hoard, Marvin Monk Len Vasquez TOH9 Tennis Team Hopes For Another Title In New League Unable to defend their Frontier League title this year because of the change in leagues, the tennis teams were eyeing a repeat per- formance in the stronger Chan- nel loop. Coach Musella, putting in his second year with the teams, looked for strong performances from Randy Buth, a clutch player for the last two years, and Mar- vin Monk, a good steady net- man. Also expected to provide strong competition in the new league were Len Vasquez, Kaoru Yoko- ta, a promising sophomore, and freshman Dennis Broersma. , l ., ' 3 f ' fx? ,.- L,:4555' A if 9 my TENNIS: Row 1-John Toner, Len Vasquez, Kaoru Yokota, John Boersma, Steve Liebling, Dennis Boersma, Row 2-Jim Iglehart, Paul Granger, Ken Benson, Mike Waters, Jay Hoard, Marvin Monk, Paul Tomor, Rick Smith, manager. Coach Musella watches a tennis practice Daily workouts keep TOHS tennis team in top shape. 'Wt 4 . 4 r L u zc,N Pole vaulter clears the bar during practice. 7 july f nffffb JM? I if l l- 9 A fl 1 , 7 ff! WW ' fl 'if MV! . ,.------7-""""'AT 1 ,LV , . ,L Coaches Lennert, Shaw, and McMillen Cindermen Face Challenge: Compete In Tougher League Featuring a number of strong performers, but lacking in depth, the TO varsity track team was faced with a struggle in the Channel League. The cinder men were paced this year in the sprints by Tim O'Malley, who took both the IOO and 220-yard dashes against Hueneme High in an early season clash. Rick Dyess and Rob Evans, back from the basketball team, were consistently around the six foot mark in the high jump. In other field events Rick Delmarter and Sherm Olmstead held their own in the shot put, while Evans was a contender in the pole vault. SENIORS: Row l-Ken Young, Neil Stewart, Fred Andree, Butch O'Brian, Row 2-Rick Delmarter, Tom Alvey, Bob Spaniel. ,ny ,yy-' , , ., , ., , Vf ll I lk , f ' fv f td ac' Q 'J 5 Z 'ia A I f v T 1 1 1 , f if 4 f M A I ' ,I --fx... r- v,-36", .-211 M 3 x1 4 3' ff fe 6 X Pi 4 in ff , if " 1., 45 44' , - ig-r l 1 if I 1 - r , , , 1 1 1 1 .Q.:.,L 1. K, ,1 ...1...,,,- VARSITY TRACK: Row 1-Butch O'Brian, Rowland Fisher, Sherman Olmstead, Tim O'Malley, Earl Arterburn, Rick Delmarter, LeRoy Diotte, Robert Peters, Row 2-Ben Baier, Dave Baumbacl, Russ Crowell, Dan Davidson, Ken Morrill, Jerry Droney, Robert Newton. F2 ,S Sherm Olmstead gets off a practice put .Ybilf ' ,1 -. :- N. 'f--1, ,f , Q .... A K ,., , .,.,- "W--'42-vs..-, ,...f- -ww-.M . 4-.,.,- ,, ' ,,,., .. ""-9'i-vnu f- A AQ - 1, New fl:-xt '-f Charlie Groven and Tim O'MalIey work to improve their block starts. Q wr A -, V '-vagfffff' give, UQU4 mg?" I f. , ,,,,V . ,W A5 il M I lil Ili i I. TQ 12255 i Q ' ?..,,,,.h . 1 , "B" TRACK: Row l-Dan Langlois, Mike Van l-looser, Ken Young, Jeff Carroll, Fred Andree, Gary Payne, Gary Oliver, Charles Odorter, Alex Bohlmeiier, David Algranti, Jerry Kraus, Row 2--Dave Wender, Charles Groven, Gary Randolf, Neil Stewart, Tom Alvey, Eugene Hill, Bob Alcaraz, Bill Krueler, Dennis Meade, Jim Brand, Greg Herzig, Bob Spaniel Prospects Bright L " " and "C" Track A ,A o f-1 The TO "B" and "C" track teams, packed with enthusiastic varsity candidates, be- , gan the year looking like potential Chan- nel' League Champions. Garry Payne, W , .., in B dlstance man, had developed enough already to challenge other var- me -eee- A P -l"i'-' r-'r' Y '--- ' s"""" sity runners in the two mile event. While the varsity was having its troubles in an early meet against Hueneme, the "B's" won their class 55-40, and the "C's" rolled over their opposition 68-18. With a number of talented track men waiting in the wings, TO's track future looks rosy. Tom Alvey grimaces as he nears the bar for the highiump. "C" TRACK: Row l-Steve Growney, Mark Gonzales, Dave Theobald, Greg Sanders, Dan Ramsey, Kent Frame, Ken Rolston, Bruce Dunkle, Craig Brizendine, Row 2-Tim Growney, Paul Kuethe, Mike Fox, Paul Dietrich, Terry Scott, Bill Hansen, Steve Fish, Steve Cameron, Kent Frame, Row 3-Robert Enderson, Dan Krite, Greg Brizendine, Don Mifiert, Mario Vargas, Kim Oliver, Tom Aldrich ' "" s -- -H' " "" """"' ,l A ' ' ---'A' V me I : . .' .y at , ' 1 uh , I F. .,,, 1 A , ,4 . Q , in A , . -"GW ,, ,, , wi not Q , ..,..,,. 4 g ,.A. V ..., , i , . .M f - we ' fff' f, flaw T M M cb V l In Nm VV V we VI I D A' ff ! :Eg f,g I .TS , 42 0 , I ,, .- ' f 4 , f A ' - f' gm fi L ,' .1 l A ai: " , , . , ,'s,,, . ' , . A 's" vi ,1 af ' ..,. if , ,, V- V' H V1 I . 5 V19 ' I stan! 'I .I QQTUQQ , fy V J V L' ---, I E 5 . Qi, ,pi " 2' 'I ,A ,.f r , 'E Gillii xf .4 1202 A ' jpb ' K V' 1, X bl.lD,.l. s 1, li J Q ' V "f' I' ' it ,." 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Led by returning C.l.F. champion Fritz Naumetz, and consistent linksmen such as Jeff Spencer and Jim Fisher, the seniorless golf team provided a threat to any other in the league. Rick Patrick lines up a putt. .i1gfL Linksmen In League A' , , ,a I , A-...f -I I: 1 , ,J 1 " nfnlu MMM M 051,11 ,np ,V 71 ,vs f, X. ff? ' A I gg: Y f 1 fm Nh ,f ' an fc, 1 A 'Lffm , -'f 1 Q, , ,. , ' fy, L Q, 5 ja!-1 ' 2 ,1 'J lk db! 1 7 ' fm a J f 1 Q, 'L , '-:ww .5-jaafgc-Q QU-gm' 1 if 5.2-fe'lI,zQ1 f ,, ,fjf , J H 2 :'12E:1::,,.1ge-',:z:,i x 1 .4 'fi ' i f MQ . 255- , ,,.V. .190 . ,.,:' I Q im MM. , -,., 5 1 . '6 '22 I .1 Ki 53215 V f. gd K-f" 'ff' ,ge as 'ffl 5 Q!:w,z,:5qz'.-' ff if 14: 'Qi ..'.34.1Lil 99, Freshmen Pitch In To Hectio Pace Of TOHQ Classroom Sessions. Sports And Activities N, ,, , , - ,. :ez-23 Lage., ff 4 , ,,, ft ,km 2 if 1 fy .- 4 ,. X ,J 3-J fm l A M 'l"A '4,? 1 ll? ff' ,J,Joanne mA,bbnn4iQadQLa: ll' gkwswl A e Achenbach X , ,, gg ., vji,'I5" "Q3fQ.fv,- n-cy Adams fu 1,,,.,. 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If-H ,,,,., I I f f Janet Nissen Randy Nixon Debi Norman Harold Nottingham Wayne Nottingham Bob Nouchi Patti Oberle Elizabeth O'Connor Pat O'Keete Ricky Oksas Gary Oliver Mike Oliver Kathy Olivia Bill Olsen Danny O'Malley Rick Ongstead Christine Ormsby Ardell Ousey Sharon Owen Tom Owen Karen Owens Vince Pacimeo Debra Paige Eileen Paloolian Tina Pastore Lauri Patterson Penny Patton Maggie Paumer Donna Peacock Debbie Peck Paige Pederson Bill Peete Tony Pepitone Larry Perkins Vern Peters Ladonna Petersen Greg Peterson Wendy Petty Randy Picton John Piere April Pierson Barbara Pillard Barry Pillard Leroy Piotte Al Pisciotta Bruce Pitzler Bob Platz Martin Poenie Jan Porter Linda Powell Madeline Power Matt Priddy Dale Proctor Carl Prokop Debbi Pruss Cecil Puente Michelle Punse Richard Puopolo Frank Raila Donna Ramicone Richard Ranallo Marcia Rarick Michael Ray Robyn Raymond Keith Read Maureen Rearoon Ellen Reay Bob Redmond Craig Reed Tom Reed Allan Reynolds Jim Richards John Richards Michelle Richardson Hans Ricken Connie Rickords Lee Ellen Riedinger Jeff Riggins Richard Ringo Ann Rintalan Mike Rippy V Bob Roberts Rick Roberts Wendy Robertson Daniel Robin Carole Robinson Bob Rockefeller Melody Roderick Lynne Roe Gary Rogers Lynn Rogers Secretary Debi Hinton talks over Sophomore activities with Sergea nt-At-Arms Dan Fallon. fa. l. e 3 lv . 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Linda Silbert Ginger Silliker Glen Simmons Sandi Sitzler Julie Skaggs Mary Skinner Sue Sladek Mary Sloyan JoLynn Small Christine Smith Earl Smith Keith Smith Michel Smith Warren Smith Debra Snyder Paula Snyder Jennifer Sohl Pam Sorenson Kathy Sorenson Phyllis Southard Barbara Spaniel John Sparks Sharon Spechtenhauser Irene Spencer Roy Spencer Cecelia Spensley Pam Starke Donna Stevens Karen Stevens Deborah Stickney Steve Still Fred Stipp Dana Stivers Jim Stoltman Martha Stone John Stoughton Richard Stultz Steve Sullivan Jan Sunstrum Allen Sutton Richard Sutton Julie Swanson Sylvia Sykes Marty Symonds Debra Tabak Charlene Taylor Karen Taylor Nita Taylor Karen Tegerdine Cliff Thieme Harris Thomas Jean Thompson Sharon Tinsley Rick Tiomsland Teri Tolly Eva Tomor John Toner Glenn Torch Paul Torgerson Steve Torres Terry Traver Tim Tricas Kristina Tubbs ff 4 "jfs ,J .MW1 Wife egg , , i 44 in ."'-wwf' ' . ,,,i, ig -QV , ,,,,,1 ,,,,,V -wa: ., - f. Q1 J' 'ei 4 2 V A 1 va' I I X ' it K A 2. ff . 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QA if Jeff Tunison Glenn Tyler Ken Ulrikson Steve Untug Kathleen Ungerman Nancy Valdez Tom Valdez John Vanderzwaan Jan Vanleeuwer Mario Vargas Christopher Vender Paul Verdon Roger Vester Vicki Villareal Marcia Vreeken Dawn Wade Valerie Wagner Heather Walken Vikki Walsh Sue Ware Neil Warner Cherie Wascher John Watson John Waudey Tom Wayne Robert Webb Ronnie Webster Lonnie Weems Bob Weidenteller Roxie Weider Debbie Weidman Wally Weigand Hugh Wells Stephanie Westling Ron Weyand Clyde Whelen James Whitlock James White Janet White Jim Widick Craig Wilderman Bruce Wilding Barry Wiley Wendy Williams James Wilson Larry Wilson Mark Wilson Robin Wilson Teri Winchester' Thomas Winters Teresa Winton David Wifi' Kevin Wittig Celeste Wolet Roberta Wollentin Richard Wray Clay Wright Don Wyndham Kaoru Yokota Robert Young Robert Young Sheila Young Ronnie Zalcariu ' ga, ,Vg I f r ,i -azz: -. 'Q s 1, ,S .1 T gl :dwg ffl ' sf ., 1 '- X 1 'Q J ,Y 1. , its Not Charles Amos Debbie Anderson Irene Bohlmeiier Rex Bostrom Mary Brennan Fred Burgess Ernie Carson Emily Chacon Glenn Corning Rudy Cruz Sharon Culligan David Cummings Steven De-mbicer Leroy Diotte Carlos Dorthalina Margaret Dzioba Gordon Hickle Stephen Jessup Jeffrey Kaufer Teresa King David Kyer Cathi Martin Sharon McKinley 1 Pictured Keith Newsome Celeste Nolet Deborah Nuciforo Charles O'clorfer Greg Peterson Sally Pugh Cristy Rock Stephen Rogers Kurt Russell Louise Sarra Mike Sasson Susan Schrader Daniel Settole Suzanne Shearer Bruce Smith Linda Stiles Anita Taylor Michael Thomas Frank Wallis Jody Widero Edward Yates George Yates Eric Zimmerman Mark Zachary Gary Zee Steven Zemke Adrianne Zemont Ellen Zerlin Linda Zettersten Patterns on bulletin boards are an informative part of school lite Barbara Manheim and Kim Miller design an original creation for their English ll class Juniors Show Potential As Breadwinners- Fill Treasurg Through Moneg-Making Ideas Charlene Adams f' , A 'f., A , K fn Gary Adams " , N, ,T 4 Jim Adams T T - w "k ' 1' V , - 41 32: 51. Mark Adams A, I ' . ' I H "jw,,f1Z- Q Q.. 1, 5' Pam Ainley '77 gf: , ADX Shari Ainsworth ' I. " ',. , -,' '- 4 ' D ' Debbie Albright , A " f ' ' q , " ' 'roy 2' ' 'V A, ' Richard Alcaraz ' i ""v' "" J f' T ,.l. .o,rr . . Nancy Alcorn if f A 3 .1,, Rodney Algoet ' " ,L , ' gf ' 'V' f :ii '1 A David Algranti I 5 l -1 3, , T ' ,Q E1 f 'lg Diane Allen "QQ " 1 , Stephanie Allen v J All ' - 12. 4 'A Pig 1, -I 4 V 'N ' K" -, H- Wendy Altemara ff "' A Vickie Altman Anthony Anderson Cheryl Anderson Eloise Anderson Lynn Anderson Marianne Anderson Steve Anderson Tim Anderson Bruce Anselmo Paula Appling Bob Arney Valari Arps Earl Arterburn Ron Atkins .s X: I if y ,L More Frank Bartlow a 3 ' i ,f j f' I if ' ' , 1'5'72'-j Bob Barton ' QE WG David Baumbach Es! v .T ' , . .. 1 Q ' Q N5 V X 'ff if 45, ,.,. ,,k. 4 F.:' 4,,, y 4- W 4 2 , is . ' K '-J ,A f - ,,, x X x N xi A -" t l . President Steve Walsh and Vice-President Bruce Bruschi print up notices for the Junior Class Play "Hurvey." ,Q Kirk Bales I ., 2' Thomas Ballard Jeanne Barbee 5 1 Ken Barrett i . Denise Barrigan 'IS' Libby Bartels :aw Eg f Yi S -is . -VI ky - Jlfixf, ff I wi ' "" r - 4 by Terry Beall ' 'Vw f Sue Beck 4 ' LL f Ronald Beeghley A 1 . sl P Debbi Benesch A ' ' Deborah Bennett 3 X A Jim Berg , by Belinda Bergman U r jig." ' ' I ' x x, ,, Doug Biasi ' I ' .V Patti Bickley ' ' 33 .. . Dave Bishop Q' I V - ' 'iff -4 " " Rosie Bishop 'H 1 if '- J Rick Blick -ef-,J f' H- N Maryanne Baccone ,t, L5 ' 'X V , " Steve Boden " - 2155 A- We . In Susan Boerboom 1 I y Judy Bolden ' V If ' if Mark Boltinhouse In 1 t " '--.. f 'Z Laura Bond fi. : LJ h I f 1 55' Joe Botkin 23 ' ' V ., I V I Carolyn Bouey A R ' '. ""' r Nelda Bouey by J . ' . f llrl 1 - 'V . ., Ross Boyert . I ' 'lun ' ' Phil Boyle -MF if r Q l e lm V. si : f" .,l-t ffm r James Brand 'I ' l 1 ' lll' 'J tif' " ',1. 445' .if ,, 4' ' f Dan Brock - I' . ' , 'A 51' A - Wifi 'Q V W . W? Tom Brodt I -, E ' Q-,,, P ' A fl fi Kg, , V f m' John Broersma xy , I 1 :Lx Q I., ' irff mi: 4 it I iw - Susan Brookes J it J lzrd J 4 .tv..l-,.. Bob Brooks 4 ' ,V Carol Brosgart , .nh Wy J? 3. , - , VL11 S fri 1'- L, 5 AA, 4 8:5 , Bruce Bruschi V f ' 4 'fl f .,'- ' ' 5 ' ' ,iff Mike Burt :wt . ' T -3 ,"l 'gg ' """' 'yr' Larry Burton , ,. N .fu . ' ,I - my lj A Brad Caldwell ,ls , ,I J. li- , v,,.,, I X H ,-1A. X Susan Calvert 9' ' -f -. 1. L 1 L: A 5' ' l Jia. - on . ,V-.ze f 'Wai Qs- I Il 1 Q' 4 fl 2 J f f. 3' , ?a . I ,. C.-f 3441 1.1 .if Counting the receipts from the KRLA Apes basketball game are Secretary Kathy Howe and Treasurer Karen Krowl. Thomas Calvin Russ Cameron Sue Cameron Boyd Cannon Paul Cannon Roberta Cannon Heather Carling-Smith Margaret Carlisle Gerhard Carrle Us 14,2 " V 4 gs ,-.. 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In This subiecf-as does a sTudenT in school-The arTisT musT find values, ideals and goals. From This informafion he Then deTermines how The suloiecf fiTs inTo The paTTern of socieTy. The CenTurions of l967 have conTribuTed Their TalenTs and energies To creaTe an ouTsTanding paTTern for oThers To follow. WI'Th aThleTes such as Brad Baier, Mike Howard, Mark Ballinger, Ev Mackey and Rick DeImarTer leading The way, TOHS has seT high sfandards, of aThleTic achievemenT. Our cheerleaders and songleaders, wiTh Their pep and enThusiasm, have seT a high goal To reach, and have caused spiriT To ring ThroughouT The school. Lene Holland, Donna Persing, Kerry Denman and Jane Bolfinhouse have dem- onsTraTed Their abiliTies, and have been chosen Girls of The Quarfer. Cenfurions have also demonsTraTed Their academic abiliTies, Carrying The scholasTic banners of TOHS are Jeff WharTon, Bonnie Severy, KaThi Bell, Laura Mullaney, Rob Evans and Bob Nelson, semi-finaIisTs in NaTional MeriT Scholarship com- peTiTion. Sue Thomas, our sTudenT abroad, has also helped spread The name of The Class of '67 afar. We sTarTed as a freshman class of 435 sTudenTs, and have grown To a boisTerous 678. Our currenT leaders -Bob Nelson, presidenT, Sue Crandall, vice-presidenfg Mary Sfrand, Treasurer, Sdndy Blackburn, secrefaryg and Tony Mikkelson, sgT.-aT-arms-have confinued The TradiTion of success in our class. The name "CenTurion," originally given To Roman miliTary leaders, symbolizes The leadership capabiliTies of The members of The class of '67, IT is a class whose paTTern will remain for a long Time aT TOHS. nl, 1 ' AusTraIia Vi iq.T 1 ,N A MIKE ADAMS ' f I T'- 4,7 Cclifor ' HIC I .. ' .I -' PATRICIA AHERN I I I I Massachuseffs A W " 'Y I IRENE NORAH ADAMS I X " ff La MARY AHTYE 'i ,. Nebraska 'T New York J-.L JEFF AILCORN California DIANE ALDERETE - Vw California HELEN ALLWINE California 4' 7: ROBERT ALBRIGHT JEANNE ALRICK Colorado ROBERT ALTMAN Pennsylvania TOM ALVEY ,, California MARYLOU AMOS California IRMA ANDERSON California FRED ANDREE Oregon MARK APPEL Wisconsin JERRY ARCURI New York LORI ARCURI New York KRISTINE LYNN California NANCY DIANE BABB California BRAD BAIER Kansas LINDA BAILEY Illinois BRADLEY BAKER California DEBBIE BAKER Canada JANET BALL California MARK BALLINGER California SANDRA ANN BOLLINGER Ohio RON BARTOHOMEI New York BARBARA BASKIN California LORRAINE BAY California ROY BEALL California CHERYL BECK Ohio SUZETTE BEISEL California ,I .is ,N KATHERINE BELL California TONI BENASZEK Ohio PATTI BENNETT California KENNETH BENSON California JEFF BERG New York NONA BERRY California DIANE BIBBERO California DOUGLAS BlCK'LEY California STEVE BIENIEWSKI Wisconsin SANDY BLACKBURN Texas LUCIEN A. BLAIS New Hampshire DENISE BLANK California JANE BOLTINHOUSE California RICHARD BONNEY South Dakofa THOMAS BOOTH California PAUL BOYERT California BRUCE H. BRAY California BONNIE BREUKLANDER California BECKI BRIDGES Texas LYNDA BRIDGES California f 'll 5,12 1" A 35 MIKE BRIDGES California BRAD BRIGHT California KATHY BRIONES Illinois PAM BROCK Oregon LESLIE BRODY California SANDY BROWN Illinois MIKE BRUCK California CHRISTINE BRUCKLMAIER California KRISTINE BRUNO California BOB BRUSCHI New Jersey BRENDA BUCHSER California JOANN BURDICK Utah SONNA BURISON Ohio JANE CYNTHIA BURKE California JEFFRIE SUE BURKE California DIANE BURNHAM Texas RUTH ANN BURR Massachuseifs STEVE BURTON California RANDY BUTH Wisconsin LINDA SUE BUTLER California 1 V, f z vp , 45,- if -:-, I jv ., .,: 1""1g' QQ:- f 'xlv' X iv ' ""1'.9" f L, , y :UWM . il'. The hollowed ground of The Senior Pafio is forbidden To oII but the feet of The Cenfurions. Cenfurions-'67 WT ? 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TOHS: Boys' Fed. 12. ALDERATE, DIANE, TOHS: FML 10: Latin Club 10: FHA 12: AFS 12: Girls' League. ALLWINE, HELEN, TOHS: German Club 10: FHA 10: Girls' League 10-1 1: Art Club 12. ALRICK, JEANNIE, TOHS: Girls' Glee 9: Latin Club 9: FML 9-12: Science Club 10: Lancerefttes 10: Spanish Club 10: NFL 10: Figalisig 11-12: Lancer Choir 11-12: Emeralds 11-12: Psy- chology Club 12. AMOS, MARYLOU, TOHS: JV Cheerleader 10: Varsity Cheer- leader 11-12, Head 11-12: Sophomore Princess 10: Junior Princess 11. ANAST, NANCY JO, TOHS: AFS 9-10: Lancer Legend 9-10: Lancer Newspaper 9: Service Club 9-10: Spanish Club 9: Stu- dent Council 9. ANDERSON, IRMA, El Segundo High School: Spanish Club 9: FHA 9: Drill Team 10: Student Council 10: TOHS: Flag Twirler 1 1, Head. ANDREE, FRED, Northridge High School: Gymnastics 9: TOHS: Track 10-11, Lettered 11, 12: Football 11-12, Lettered 12: Lettermans' Club 11-12. APPEL, MARK, Lincoln High School: Basketball 9: TOHS: Golf 10-12: Lettered. ARCURI, LORI, Pueblo Catholic High School: Pep Club 9-10: French Club 9-10: Student Council 9-IO: JV Cheerleader 9: Varsity Cheerleader 10. TOHS: FML 12: Girls' League' 12: ASB Rep. 12: Rally Club 12. ARCURI, JERRY, Pueblo Catholic High School: Junior Classical League 9-10: JV Football, Lettered 10: JV Track, Lettered 10: Columbian Squires 10: National Latin Honor Society IO: Art Club 10. TOHS: Art Club 11: Boys' Fed. 11-12. BAIER, BRAD, TOHS: Freshman Football, Defensive Player of Year 9: Varsity Wrestling, Lettered 9: Freshman: Baseball, Let- tered 9: Lettermans' Club 9-12: Varsity Football, Lettered 10-11: JV Baseball, Lettered 10: Varsity Baseball 11: Varsity Football, Team Captain 12: Most Valuable Lineman 11. BAKER, DEBBI, TOHS: NFL 9: Student Council 10. BALL, JANET, TOHS: Girls' League 10: Flag Twirler 11. BALLINGER, MARK, Cleveland High School: JV Baseball, Let- tered 10: JV Basketball IO, 11. TOHS: Varsity Baseball 10-11, Lettered 10-11, Player of the Year: Lettermans' Club. BEAL, ROY, TOHS: Freshman Football, Lettered 9: Freshman Baseball, Lettered 9: JV Football, Lettered 10: JV Baseball, Lettered 10: Varsity Football, Lettered 11-12: Lettermans' Club 11-12. BEISEL, SUZETTE, Milliki High School: Medical Achievement Award 9: French Club 9-11: Business Spelling Award 11. BELL, KATHERINE, TOHS: CSF 9-12, Vice-Pres. 12: AFS 19-12, Sec. 11, Publicity 12: Figalisig 11-12: Girls' League 11-12: Reflections 11-12: lvy Chain Marshall 11: NMSQT Finalist 12: Optimist Award 12: Honor Roll 9-12. BENASZEK, TONI, TOHS: Pep Club 9: Class Treas. 9: Student Council 9-10: AFS 10-12: French Club IO: Figalasig 11: Honor Roll 11. 176 BENSON, KENNETH, TOHS: Freshman Football, Lettered 9: JV Football, Lettered IO: JV Tennis, Lettered 10: Chess Club 10: Junior Football, Lettered 11: Varsity Tennis, Lettered 11-12: Varsity Football, Lettered 12: Lettermans' Club 12. BIBBERO, DIANE, TOHS: AFS 11-12: Girls' League 11-12, His- torian 12: Rally Club 12. BERRY, NONA, Edgewood High School: Class Council 9-10: FHA 9: Girls' League 9-10: Drama Club 10: GAA 10: News- paper IO: TOHS: Girls' League 11: Girls' League Exec. Coun- cil 12:. BERKELEY, CONNIE, Coeur D'Alene High School: FHA 10-11: Pep Club 10-11: Girl ot Month 10: Girls' Fed. 10-11: TOHS: BIENIEWSKI, STEVE, TOHS: Track 9. BISHOP, DAN, TOHS: French Club 10. BLAIS, LUCIEN, TOHS: Baseball 9, Lettered: JV Football 10: JV Baseball 10, Lettered: Varsity Football 11-12, Lettered 12: Varsity Baseball 11-12, Lettered 11-12: Lettermans' Club 12. BOLLINGER, SANDRA ANN, TOHS: Lancer Legend 10-12: Art Club 12. BONNEY, RICHARD, Bishop Luers High School: Band 9. TOHS: JV Football 10, Lettered: Choir 10-11: NFL 10-11, Sgt. at Arms 11: Junior, Senior Class Plays. BOOTH, THOMAS, TOHS: Cross Country IO-11: CSF 12: ICC 12, Pres. BREUKLANDER, BONNIE CECILE, TOHS: Spanish Club 9-10: Pep Club 9-10: ICC 10: Girls' League 9-12: Girls' League Exec. Council 11: Service Club 10-12, Historian 11, Vice-Pres. 12: AFS 10-12: FHA 11: Science Club 11: ivy Chain 11: Junior Class Play 11: Junior-Senior Prom Chairman 11: Student Coun- cil 11-12: Lancer Legend 11-12, Activities Editor 12: Figalasig 11-12: PGP 11-12, Treas. 11-12: Student Cabinet 12: Home- coming Dance Chairman 12: Rally Club 12: VCISC Proiect Chairman 12, County Chairman 12. BRIDGES, LYNDA, TOHS: Songleader 11-12, Head 12. BRIDGES, MIKE, TOHS: Football 9-1 O. BRIGHT, BRAD, Bell High School: Bell Honor Society 9: U.S. Marine Corps Physical Fitness Award 10: Bell Science Club 9-IO: Chemistry Depart. Assist. 10. TOHS: Science Club 11. BRUCK, MIKE, TOHS: Honor Roll 9: Track 10: Electric Club 10- 12, Sec. 10, Pres. 12: AFS 11: CSF 10: Student Council 9-12: Student Cabinet 12: NMSQT Commended Student 12: Lancer Legend 11-12, Copy Editor 12. BRUCKLMAIER, CHRISTINE, TOHS: Girls' League 10: Lancer Legend 10-12, Business Manager 12: Art Club 12. BURDICK, JOANN, Santa Monica High: Girls' League 10: Drill Team 10. TOHS: Girls' League 11: Rally Club 12. BRUSCHI, BOB, TOHS: Football 9, Lettered: JV Football 10, Lettered: Varsity Football 11-12, Lettered 11-12: JV Wrestling 9-10, Lettered 10: Varsity Wrestling 11-12, Lettered 11-12: Lettermans' Club 11-12, Vice-Pres. 12. BRYANT, ROBERT, TOHS: Band 9-12, Lettered 9-10. BURISON, SONNA JOY, roi-is. Girls' League 9-12, sfude-nt Store 9, 12: Service Club 11, 12: AFS 10-12: Girls' Glee 9: Songleadef12: Student Council 9, 11: Pep Club 9: Lancer Legend 12: Senior Class Play: Rally Club 12: Figalisig 11, Spanish Club 9-10: SWIC 11: PGP 12. BURKE, CYNTHIA JANE, TOHS: Pep Club 10: FHA 12: AFS 12: Girls' League 12: The Lancer 12: Service Club 12: Rally Club 12: Lancer Legend 12. BURKE, JEFFRIE SUE,.TOl'lS: Student Council 9, 12: Choir 10. 12: Rally Club 12: Girls' League 12. BURNHAM, DIANE, North High School: Girls' League 9-10, AFS 9-IO: Pom Pon 10: Kappa Delta Kappa 10. TOHS: Drzlt Team 11-12: AFS 12: Student Council 12. BURR, RUTH ANN, Camarillo High School: TOHS: Lancerett. 11-12. BUTH, RANDY, TOHS: CSF 9-12, Varsity Tennis 9-12, JV Cross Country 10, Varsity Country 11, Science Club 10-12, Latin Club 10, AFS 11, Student Council 9, Lettermans' Club 10-12. BUTLER, LINDA SUE, Mayfair High School: Latin Club 9. TOHS: CSF 10-12, AFS 10-12, Honor Roll 9-11, Literary Magazine 11-12, SWIC 12, individualistic Viewpoint 12. BYSTROM, EVIE, Luthern High School: Pep Club 9, Camera Club 9, Car Committee 9, TOHS: Girls' League 10. CARSON, MIKE, TOHS: Frosh Football 9, C Basketball 9, Frosh Baseball, JV Football, JV Baseball 10, Junior Class Play 11, Varsity Football 12, Lettermans' Club 11-12. CASEY, TIMOTHY F., Queen of Angles Seminary: Freshman Class Vice-Pres., Bolsa Grande High School: Cross Country 10- 11. TOHS: Boys' Fed. 11-12. CLARK, CAROL, TOHS: Lancer Legend 9-10, Pep Club 10, Serv- ice Club 11, Student Store 10, Girls' League 11-12, Lancer Choir 11, Ctudent Council 11-12, Commissioner of Activities 12. CLARK, AL, TOHS: German Club 9, JV Wrestling IO, Letter- man's Club 12, Swimmnig 12. CHRISTIAN, LINDA ANN, TOHS: AFS IO-12, Girls' League' 12. CLARK, DAVID, TOHS: German Club 10, CSF IO, Science Club 10-12, Honor Roll IO-12. CASLEY, DANNIE, TOHS: Frosh Football 9, JV Football 10, Varsity Football 11, C Basketball 9, B Basketball 10-11, Stu- dent Council 10-12, Lettermans' Club 11-12. CASTLEMAN, WILLIAM, TOHS: CSF 10-12? Treas. 12, Student Cdmcil 1O, AFS 12, Reflections 11-12. CHASE, GORDON SINCLAIR, TOHS: Tennis 10, CHRISTENSEN, PEGGY, TOHS: Student Council 12. CLARK, KAREN, TOHS: Ivy Chain 11, Lancer Legend 12. CLOUGH, BETTY, Pequannock Township High School: GAA 9, Music Club 9, Choir 9-10, Girls' Glee 9-10, Panther Band 9-10, Latin Club 10, Honor Band 9-10. TOHS: Lancer News- paper 11, Sec. 11, Honor Band 11, CSF 11, Lancer Bond 11- 12, Sec. 12. ' COBERLY, PAMELA, TOHS: Honor Roll 9-11, AFS 12. COFFEE, WILLIAM A., TOHS: B Basketball 10-11, C Track 10. COLBY, JANET, TOHS: FHA 10-11, Pres. 10, Vice-Pres. 11, Lancer Choir 11-12, Sec.-Treas. 12, Girls' League 11-12, Serv- ice Club 11-12, PML it-12, FBLA ii, Pub. 11, Rally Club 12, Ivy Chain 11. COLLINS, THERESA MIE, TOHS: GAA 9, Girls' League 12, Psychology Club 12, FHA 12. COOK, MICHAEL, TOHS: JV Baseball 10, Lettered 10. COOMBS, DONNA LEE, TOHS: CSF 9, Honor Roll 9-11, GAA 11, AFS 11, 12, Art Club 12, Rally Club 12. COSGROVE, CARYN, TOHS: Lancer Legend COX, CAROL, Ousley High School: Y-Teens Vice-Pres. 9, Girl of the Month 9, Annual 9, Girls' Glee 9, Student Council 9, News- paper 9, Canoga Park High School: Foreign Language Club 10, Folk Singing 10, FHA 10. TOHS: AFS 11-12, Girls' League I 1-12. CRAIG, TERRY, TOHS: Track Team 9, B Track 10, Lancer Choir IO, 12, Lettered 10, 12. CRANDALL, SUSAN, TOHS: Class Pres. 9, Student Council 9, 10, Pep Club 9, AFS 10, Senior Vice-Pres. CRUDINGTON, JACQUE, La Mirada High School: Girls' Dress Board 10, Modes and Manners 10, Ways and Means 10, Scholarship Society 9-10. TOHS: CURRENT, LORRAYANNE, TOHS: Art Club 9, 11-12, Honor Roll 9, GAA IO, 12, Modern Dance Club IO, Figalasig 11, SWIC i 1, Girls' League 11-12. CUTLER, CAROL, TOHS: Pep Club 9, Girls' League 9-12, Exec. Council 12, Ivy Chain 11, AFS 12, FBLA 12, Student Council 12, Senior Class Play 12. DAHLQUIST, PAM, TOHS: Girls' Glee 9, Honor Roll 9-12. DAVIS, CHERYL ANN, TOHS: NFL IO-12, Treas. 12, Drill Team 10, Junior Class Play 11, Flag Twirler 12, FBLA 12. DAVIS, JEANNE, TOHS: Girls' League 11-12, GAA 12. DEGNER, MIKE, TOHS: Cross Country 9-12, CSF 9-10, Basket- ball 9, Track 9-10, Band 9-12. DELMARTER, RICK, TOHS: Frosh Football, Lettered 9, JV Foot- ball, Lettered 10, Varsity Football, Lettered 11-12, Lettermens' Club 1 1-12. DENMAN, KERRY, TOHS: CSF 9-11, Science Club 11-12, Service Club 11-12, Pres. 11, AFS 11-12, Lancer Legend 10-12, Activities Head 11, Editor 12, Honor Roll 9-12, Girls' League 9-12, Junior Girl of the Quarter 11, ICC 11-12, Vice-Pres.11, Drill Team 10, ASB Historian and Pub. 12, Student Store 10- 11, Choir 11-12, Girls' League Council 12, Ivy Chain, Marshall 11, Student Council 11-12, PGP 11, Sec. 11, Rally Club Junior Class Play, Prom Publicity Chairman 11, Student Cabinet 12, Junior Council. DICKIE, ROBERT G., TOHS: Lancer Band 10-12. DIGIGLIO, ROMANDA, TOHS: Psychology Club 12. DOLLAR, DANNY, TOHS: Track 9, C Basketball 10, .IV Baseball 10, B Basketball 11, CSF 11, Varsity Basketball 12, Swimming Team 12, Boys' Fed. 12. DONNELLY, RICHARD, TOHS: Lancer Band 9-12, Lettered 9-12, Assistant Drum Maior 12, Co-Capt. 12, Ventura County Honor Band 1 1. DOWD, GAYLE, TOHS: Girls' League 9-10, NFL 11, Lancerettes 11, Lancer Choir 12. Senior class treasurer Mary Strand and sargeant-at-arms Tony Mikkelson rummage through a box in the ASB room to find props for the Senior class party. 177 l DRAKER, SUE, Sunny Hills High School: FHC 9. Bolsa Grande High School: Spanish Club 1O.1'OHS: AFS 12. DRONEY, PAM, TOHS: Girls' League 11: Spanish Club 11: Senior Homecoming Princess 12. DUNBAR, RORY, TOHS: Student Council 9, 12: Sophomore Class Treas, 10: AFS 10-11: Junior Class Treas. 11: CSF 10-12: Lancer Legend, Faculty Editor 12: ASB Treas. 12: DAR Award 12: Honor Roll 9-12. DUSSEAU, NICHOLETTE, TOHS: AFS 10. DYESS, RICK, Waltrip High School: French Club: Band. Chats- worth High School: Varsity Track, Lettered 11: Lettermans' Club 11, 12: Journalism Club 11. TOHS: Boys' Fed. 12: Varsity Basketball 12: NFL 12. ECKMAN, QUENT,' TOHS: Varsity Wrestling, Lettered 9-11: JV Cross Country, Lettered 10. EDSON, DEBBIE, Delano High School: Girls' Glee 9. TOHS: Girls' Glee 10-12. EDSON, DEBRA JEAN, TOHS: Girls' League 9-12: FML 10-12: Service Club 11-12: Rally Club 12: Lancer Choir 12. EMERSON, RICHARD MICHAEL, TOHS: Frosh Football, Let- tered 9. ESCARCEGA, SANDRA TERESA, TOHS: Band 9-12, Lettered 10-11. ESPEY, ALICE, TOHS: Latin Club 9-10: Spanish Club 10: Fig- alasig 11-12: AFS 11-12, Telephone Chairman 12: CSF 9-12, Pres. 12: Reflections, Editor 11-12: Girls' League Council 12: Science Club 11-12: Optimist Award 11: Honor Roll 9-12: Hon- orary Superintendent ot Schools 12:- National Merit Award 12. EVANS, ROBERT H., TOHS: Track, Lettered 9, 10, 12: Basket- ball, Lettered 10-12: AFS 11-12: ASB Pres. 12: CSF 12: Letter- mans' Club 11-12: Boys' Fed. 12. EVERETT, TINA, TOHS: AFS 10: Lancer Choir, Pres. 12: Emer- alds 11-12: SWIC 11-12: Junior Class Play 11: Optimist Award 12. EWING, BARRY, Sonora High School: Freshman Football 9: FFA 9. Oakdale High School: Sophomore Football 10: FFA 10: Honor Roll 10. TOHS: FAIRBANKS, PAUL, TOHS: Basketball, Lettered 9-12: Baseball, Lettered 9-10: Football, Lettered 10: Lettermans' Club 11-12: Boys' Fed. 12. FAMBROUGH, DAVID ANTHONY, TOHS: Student Council 10-11. FASKEN, SUSAN, TOHS: NFL 9-12, Sec.-Treas. 12: French Club 9-10: Lancer Legend 9-12, Faculty Editor 11: Service Club: Student Council 11-12: AFS 11: Figalasig 11: Honor Roll 11: SWIC 11-12, Sec.-Treas. 12: Literary Magazine 11-12. FAY, PEGGY, TOHS: FBLA 10-11: Psychology Club 12. FERGUSON, JOANN, TOHS: Spanish Club 10. FERRANTE, JOHN ALAN, Neosho High School: Freshman Foot- ball 9: Freshman Basketball 9: Freshman Track 9: French Club 9. TOHS: Freshman Baseball 9. FICKEN, CYNTHIA, Grover Cleveland High School: Pep Club 10: GAA 10. TOHS: FML 11-12, Vice-Pres.: AFS 11-12: Psy- chology Club 12. FLOYD, LAYNE, TOHS: Girls' Glee Club 9: Lancer Choir, Let- tered 10-12: Rally Club 12: NMSQT Award 12. FOLEY, MIKE, TOHS: Freshman Football 9. FORD, EVELYN ANN, TOHS: Girls' League 12. FRANCO, NANCY, TOHS: Drill Team 9: Girls' Glee 9, 12: FBLA 11. 178 GERBER, DONALD JAMES, TOHS: Honor Roll 10: Band, Lettered 10-12, Capt. 12. GERMAN, CARA, TOHS: Figalasig 10-11: AFS 11-12: Girls' League 11-12: Service Club, Historian 11-12: Lancer Legend 12. GLADNEY, JOHN DAMIAN, Mira Costa High School: Track. TOHS: GOMMER, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Mulholland Junior High School: Track, Lettered 9: Basketball, Lettered 9: Baseball, Lettered 9: Football, Lettered 9. TOHS: JV Football, Lettered 10: JV Base- ball, Lettered 10: JV Wrestling 10: Lettermens' Club 10-12: Varsity Football, Lettered 11-12: Varsity Track 11: Sgt. at Arms, Staff 11-12: Junior Class Play 11: Talent Show 11: Student Council 12: Spanish Club 11. GONEAU, BOB, TOHS: Boys' Fed. 12. GONZALES, ALLEN, TOHS: Battle of the Bands Award 11. GRAY, GARY, TOHS: Freshman Football 9. GUYNN, BRUCE, TOHS: Junior Achievement 12: Chess Club 12. HALE, MIKE, Reseda High School: Golf10: JV Baseball 10: Band 10. TOHS: Wrestling 11. HALL, JAMES B., TOHS: Freshman Football 9: Honor Roll 11: Wrestling, Lettered 11-12: Senior Class Play 12: Science Club 12: AFS 12. HALL, KAREN, TOHS: CSF 9-10: Honor Roll 9-12: Girls' League 9-12: AFS 11-12: Lancer Choir 12: Rally Club 12: Figalasig 12. HAMMOND, RICK, TOHS: Freshman Football, Lettered 9: Track 9-10, Lettered 9: JV Football, Lettered 10: JV Wrestling, Let- tered 10-11: Varsity Football, Lettered 11-12: Lettermans' Club 12. HAMMOND, THOMAS, TOHS: Varsity Wrestling 9-10. HANSON, DON, TOHS: Football 9-11: Wrestling 9-12. HARDEN, ROBERTA KATHLEEN, TOHS: Honor Roll 10-11: FBLA, Vice-Pres. 11: Junior Class Sec. 11: Lancer Legend 11: Girls' League 12: Songleader 12. HARRIS, SANDRA M., Immaculate Heart High School: Genesian Players 9: Glee Club 9. TOHS: Art Club 11: AFS 11: Girls' League 11: Service Club 11: Psychology Club 12: Flag Twirler 12. HAYDEN, SHARYL, TOHS: FHA 9-10, Sec. 10: Drill' Team 10- 12, Historian 11: Girls' League 12. HEATON, EDDIE, TOHS: Football 9: Track 9. HECKMAN, STEVEN ROBERT, TOHS: Basketball Manager. HENJUM, ELIZABETH JANE, TOHS: Student Council 9: Speech Contest Finalist 9: NFL 9-10: French Club 9-10: Girls' League 9-12: AFS 10-12: Figalisig 11-12, Pres. 12: ICC 11: Honor Roll 9-12: lvy Chain 11: Rally Club 12. HENDRICKS, JOHN DOUGLAS, TOHS: Honor Roll 9, 12: Stu- dent Council 10, 12: SWIC, Sgt. at Arms 12. HILLIER, STEVE, Redwood High School: Band 9. HINTON, KAREN, TOHS: AFS 10-12: Flag Twirler 11: FML 12: Service Club 12: Rally Culb 12: Girls' League 12. HOARD, JAY, TOHS: Basketball 9-10, Lettered 10: Tennis, Lettered 10-12: Boys' Fed. 12. HODGKINS, KANDY, TOHS: AFS 11: Service Club '11. HOLLAND, LENE J., TOHS: Freshman Girl of the Quarter 9: CSF 9-12: German Club 9-10: Girls' League 9-12: Service ICC11. Club 9-12, Sec. 10: AFS 10-12, Treas. 11, Pres. 12: Figalasig 11-12: Student Council 11-12: National Merit Award 12: 1 HOWARD, MIKE, TOHS: JV Baseball 9, Freshman Football 9, Sophomore Class, Sgt. at Arms IO, JV Football IO, Varsity Wrestling IO, JV Baseball IO, Varsity Football II-I2, Varsity Wrestling II-I2, ASB Sgt. at Arms I2. HUTMACHER, DARCY SUZANNE, St. Pius X High School: Girls' Glee 9. Petersburg High School: Student Council IO. Eastmont High School: FHA II, Girls' Glee II, Girls' League II, Student Council II, Honor Roll II. TOHS: Student Council I2, Lancerettes I2. HUTSON, CHRISTINA, Taft High School: Homemaking Club IO, Science Club IO. TOHS: FHA II, Psychology Club I2. ISOM, DAVID, TOHS: Freshman Football 9, JV Football IO, JV Baseball IO, Varsity Baseball II-I2. JAGOE, DON, TOHS: Honor Roll 9, IO, I2, Tennis IO, Base'- ball I2. JANSMA, DOTTIE JAYNE, TOHS: Drill Team IO, I2, Girls' League II-I2, Student Council II, AFS II-I2, Service Club I I -I 2. JOHNSON, DON, TOHS: Freshman Football, Lettered 9, JV Golf, Lettered II. JOHNSON, JAMES F., TOHS, Honor Roll 9-I2, Figalasig II, CSF II, NMSQT Letter of Commendation I2, AFS I2. JOHNSON, JIM, TOHS: JV Football IO, JV Basketball II, Stu- dent Council I2. JOHNSON, MIKE, Dorsey High School, Freshman Class Pres. 9, Electronics Club 9, AFS 9. TOHS: Student Council IO, Varsity Tennis IO, JV Basketball IO-I2, Boys' Fed. II. JOHNSON, SHARANN, TOHS: Girls' League 9-I2, Spanish Club IO, CSF I0,I2, AFS I I, Psychology Club I2. JONES, DONNA L., TOHS: Honor Roll 9-II, AFS II-I2, Fig- alasig I I, Girls' League I I -I2. JONES, MICHAEL D., TOHS: Freshman Track, Lettered 9, Lancer Choir 9-I 2. JOY, PAT, TOHS: Honor Roll IO-I I. KELLY, DENISE, R. L. Turner High School, FML 9. TOHS: FML IO-II, Sec. IO. KENNEDY, JIM, TGHS: Honor Roll 9-IO, Cross Country I2. KENT, KATHLEEN A., Thorton Fractioal High School: Girls' Glee 9, GAA 9, Booster Club 9. Bishop Noll High School,Sophomore Glee Club IO, Booster Club IO. Canoga Park High School: GAA IO-I I, Booster Club IO-I I. TOHS: KLEIN, BITSY, TOHS: Girls' Glee 9-I2, Latin Club 9, Pep Club IO, FBLA II-I2. KOLL, MICHAEL, W. TOHS: B Basketball, Lettered IO, Track IO, Varsity Basketball, Lettered II-I2, Lancer Editor I2, AFS I2, Figalasig I2, Newspaper Club, Treas. I2. KORIANTIS, ALTHENA, TOHS: Girls' League I2, FBLA I2. KORNEGAY, GWENDOLYN K., Vandenburg A.F.B.: Cheerleader 9, Student Council 9. TOHS, Banner Carrier II, Student Coun- cil I2. KOWALSKI, LINDA, North High School: Pep Club 9-IO, GAA 9, Girls' League I0-I2, Rep. IO, Student Council IO. TOHS: Psy- chology Club I2. KRAMER, MELANNIE, TOHS: Girls' League IO, Medical Club IO, Figalasig I2. KRAUS, FREDERICK, TOHS: B Football, Lettered IO, JV Football, Lettered II, Varsity Football I2. KUZNKOWSKI, DONNA, TOHS: A Cappella Choir 9-IO, CSF IO- I2, Sophomore Class Sec. IO, Figalasig II, Girls' League 9-I I, Ivy Chain Marshall. LAIRD, SHERRY, TOHS: French Club 9-IO, AFS IO-I2, Service Club II, Girls' League 9-I2, Vice-Pres. I2. LANE, SHARON, TOHS: FBLA II. LANGLORIS, STEVE, St. Anthony's High School: Football 9, Lettered, Basketball 9, Lettered, Baseball 9, Lettered, Track 9, Lettered. TOHS, Wrestling I I -I 2, Lettered I2. LANNEN, RAY, R. L. Thomas High School: Basketball 9, Let- tered,Soccer 9, Lettered, Baseball 9, Lettered, Student Council 9, JV Football, Lettered IO, JV Baseball, Lettered IO. TOHS: Varsity Baseball, Lettered Il. LARKIN, SCOTT, TOHS: Frosh Football 9, Lettered, Basketball 9, Lettered, Track 9-I2, Lettered, Student Council 9, Letter- mans' Club 9-I2, JV Football IO, Lettered, Wrestling IO-I2, Lettered. LARSEN, CATHERINE BLISS, TOHS: AFS IO-I2, Girls' League II. t LASSAK, PATRICIA, Fullton High School, Honor Society 9, Captain's Table 9, Master Mariners 9, Girls' League, Sec. 9, Student Council 9, Girls' Glee 9, Service Club 9, Teacher's Aide 9, GAA 9, Annual 9. Birmingham High School: GAA IO, Girls' League IO, Pep Club IO, Y-Teens Sec. IO, Damsels IO. Huntington High School: West Virginia Honor Society IO, SAM Sec. IO, ICC IO. TOHS: NFL II, AFS II-I2, Girls' League II-I2, Sec. I2, GAA II, UN Contest Finalist II, Lancer Legend I2, Student Council II, Rally Club I2, Figal- asig I2. LEWON, JUDITH ANN, TOHS: Girls' League 9-I2, Historian II, Pres. I2, Student Council 9-I2, Honor Roll 9,IO,I2, AFS II- I2, Figalasig II, Service Club II, Ivy Chain II, ICC I2, Foreign Exchange Student Candidate I2, NFL I2, Girls' State Rep. II. Nona Berry, Jim Johnson, and Judi Romano apply "Snow to candles on the production line. LIBBY, MARY KATHERINE, TOHS: Honor Roll 9-I2, CSF 9-I2, Figalasig 9-I2, FML 9, Science Club IO-I2, Asilomar Con- ference II, Jastro Scholarship of U.C. of Davis, Letter of Commendation for National Merit Test. I79 LIEBLING, JEFFREY, TOHS: Architectural Awards - Ventura County and Southern Calif. 9-11: CSF 9-11: Student Council 9-11: Lettermans' Club 10-12, Pres. 12: Sophomore Class Vice-Pres.: JV Football 10, Lettered: JV Tennis 10, Lettered: Junior Class Vice-Pres.: Junior Football 11, Lettered: Varsity Tennis 11, Lettered: Boy of the Year Award 11: Varsity Foot- ball, Lettered 12. LIPSETT, JIM, Port Chester High School: Swim Team 10. TOHS: LIPSETT, JODY ANNE, Saint Marys High School: Booster Club 9: GAA 9: Latin Club 9. Port Chester High School: Pep Club 10: Secretarial Club 10: Typing Award 10: Shorthand Award 10. TOHS: FHA 11-12: Girls' League 12. LOCHEMES, RICHARD, TOHS: Frosh Football 9, Lettered: Wrestling 10, Lettered: Track 9-12, Lettered. LORE, STEVE, Columbus Junior High School: Gymnastics Award 9: Gymnastics 9, Lettered: Baseball 9, Lettered. TOHS: LOW, MYRA, TOHS: Honor Roll 9-11: FBLA 11-12, Pres. 12. LYNCH, JAMES, TOHS: Basketball 9: Wrestling 10: Track 10-11. MACKEY, MARGARET LOUISE, TOHS: Lancer Legend 10: FBLA 1 1-12. MAHLSTEDT, CHRISTINE A., TOHS: CSF 9: Honor Roll 9-11: Figalasig 11: lvy Chain 11: Literary Magazine 11-12: Girls' League11-12: AFS 12. MALSEED, MARNELL DIANE, Benton High School: FHA 9-10, Mixed Chorus 9-10: Class Sec. 10. TOHS: Art Club 12: NFL 12. MARSDEN, MARILYN, TOHS: Lancer Legend 10-12. MARTIN, SHARON, North Eugene High School: Gymnastics 10. McCLAIN, RANDY, TOHS: Frosh Football. MCCLUNG, KELLY, TOHS: Glee Club 9: Lancerettes 10: Lancer Choir 11-12: GAA 11: Psychology Club 12: AFS 12. McDONALD, DEBBIE, Cottage Grove High School: GAA 11. TOHS: McDONALD, LINDA LOW, TOHS: Girls' League 10: Big Sister 10: NFL 11: Student Council 11. McDONALD, CINDY, Glendora High School: AFS Club 9. TOHS: AFS 10: Girls' League 11: CSF 11. McDOWELL, WILLIAM K., Gardena High School: Cross Coun- try 9-10: Track 9-10. TOHS: McGRILL, JOYCE, Lancaster High School: Girls' League 9-10: GAA 9-10. TOHS: Girls',League 11-12: GAA 11-12. MCGRATH, KATHY, TOHS: Girls' League 9-12: Freshman Princess 9: AFS 10-12: Spanish Club 10: Figalisig 11-12: CSF 10-11: Songleader 12: Homecoming Queen 12. MCKEAN, MARK W., TOHS: Honor Roll 9. McKEE, KATHLEEN ALICE, TOHS: Pep Club 9: NFL 9-12: Lancer Legend 10: Lions Club Speech Contest Semi-Finalist 10: Student Council 10-12: ASB Comm. ot Spirit 11: Girls' League 11-12: Student Cabinet 11-12: Rally Club 12: AFS 12: ASB Vice-Pres. 12: Girls' State 1966 Delegate. MCQUADE, SEAN PATRICK, Mont La Salle High School: JV Basketball 9, Lettered 9: JV Football 9, Lettered. Santa Monica High School: JV Basketball 10, Lettered. TOHS: B Basketball, Lettered: Boys' Fed. 12. McQUEEN, BARBARA ANN, TOHS: Advanced Band 9,10,12: AFS 11: Girls' League 11. MERCER, JEANNE, TOHS: FHA 9-11, Vice-Pres. and Treas. 10: GAA 9-10: Pep Club 10: Girls' League 10-12: Service Club 11-12: Service Club Award for Junior Girl of the Year 11. MERRIFIELD, RICK, Chaminade Prep High School: B Track 9. TOHS: 180 METZGER, LORA JEAN, TOHS: GAA Historian 12, Lettered 11: German Club 9-10: lvy Chain Marshall 11: AFS 11-12: Lancer Legend 11-12: Student Store 11-12. MIKKLESON, TONY, TOHS: Wrestling 9-10, Lettered 9: Football 10: Track 9-12: NFL 10: Junior Class Sgt. at Arms: Senior Class Sgt. at Arms. MILLER, ALICE, TOHS: GAA Treas. 10, Vice-Pres. 11, Pres. 12: Girls' League 9-12: ASF 12: VCISC 12: lCC 12. MILLER, STEVE, TOHS: Varsity Tennis 10-11, Lettered 10-11. MOLNAR, CHRISTIE, TOHS: Girls' Glee 9-12: Student Coun- cil 11. MONTAVON, VICTOR, Antelope Valley High School: JV and Varsity Wrestling 9-10: Student Senate 9-10: JV Swimming 10. TOHS: Student Council 11-12. MOON, BILL, Hollywood High School: B. Track 10. TOHS: B Track 10. ORRILL SHE Es ondidob High Sch ol Girls agus-2 , , ' - ' , : ' ' - , 9. TO s: ii. f Cliasoof Lung QQQJA 'lO.fQZLL. Momus, MICHELLE CHERYL, TOHS: FHA 11: FBLA it-12. MOSER, BOB, TOHS: Track 9, Lettered: Basketball 10-11: B Track 11, Lettered: Basketball 12. MOST, LEXA, TOHS: FHA 10: Lancer Legend 10: Drill Team 11: Girls' League 10-12: Honor Roll 9-12. MULLANEY, LAURA, TOHS: CSF 9-12: Girls' League 9-12: AFS 11-12: Service Club 11-12: Figalasig 11-12: Song- leader 12: NMSCS Commended Student 12: lvy Chain Marshall 11: Student Council 10-11: Staff Literary Magazine 11. MYHILL, STUART, TOHS: AFS Foreign Exchange Student from South Africa 12: Student Council 12. MYHREN, SUZANNE, TOHS: Girls' Glee Club 9: Advanced Girls' Glee10. NAPIER, SHIRLEY ANN, TOHS: Girls' League 9: Drill Team 10-11: Big Sister 12. NELSON, ANDY, TOHS: Frosh Baseball 9, Lette-red 9: Varsity Golf Team 10-12, Lettered 10-12: Lettermans' Club 12. NELSON, DALLAS, roi-is. Frosh Football 9, Leifered 9, Jv Football 10, Lettered 10: JV Basketball 10, Lettered 10. NELSON, ROBERT W., Granada Hills High School: Track 10. TOHS: Track 10: CSF 10: Honor Roll 10: Varsity Football 11-12, Lettered: Language Club 11: Lettermans' Club 11-12: Senior Class Pres. 12: Student Council 12: Stud-ent Cabinet 12: AFS 12. NESTER, CHUCK, TOHS: Football 9-10, Lettered 9-10: Base- ball 9, Lettered 9: Basketball 10, Lettered 10. NEEL, PATRICIA, TOHS: Honor Roll 9-11: Girls' League 11-12: Journalism Club 11-12, Advertising Mgr. 11, Journalism Ex- cellence Award 11, Assistant Advisor 12. NOEL, RON, Sepulveda Military Academy: Battalion Staff Officer: 1st Lt.: Track Honors. TOHS: Reflections. O'BRIEN, BUTCH, TOHS: Track 9-11, Lettered 9-11: Wrestling 9: Cross Country 11, Lettered: Lettermans' Club 10-12. O'BRIEN, ROBERTA CHARMAINE, TOHS: Girls' Glee. O'CONNELL, TIMOTHY LAWRENCE, TOHS: Honor Roll 9: Mgr. JV Football, Lettered: Mgr. Wrestling, Lettered Varsity 10: Figalisig 11: Junior Class Play 11: Boys' Fed 12: Chairman of SWlC 12: Reflections 11. OGDEN, DOUGLAS, TOHS: Art Club 11. O'HARE, ELLEN, South High School: Drill Team 10-11. TOHS: Honor Roll 11: Girls' League Exec. Council 12. OLSON, CHERYL ANN, TOHS: FML 9-10: Girls' Glee 9-10: Student Council 11: FML 12: Girls' League 12: AFS 12. OLSON, ELOISE NAOMI, TOHS, Pep Club 9-IO, German Club 9-IO, AFS 9-I2, Girls' League 9-I2, Honor Roll, 9-I2, Prom Committee II. OPENSHAW, SUE, Covina High School: Pep Club 9. TOHS: NFL IO, Junior Class Play IO, Service Club I2, Psychology ClubI2. ORMSBY, DAVID, TOHS, Frosh Football 9, Lettered- 9, C Basketball, Lettered 9, Frosh Baseball, Lettered 9, JV Football, Lettered IO, B Basketball, Lettered IO, CSF IO, Varsity Bas- ketball, Lettered II-I2, Lettermans' Club II-I2, Science Club I2, Boys' Fed. Pres. I2. OWENS, TIM, TOHS, crs 9-IO, Golf 9-I I, Lettered II, Cross CountryIO, AFS II, Lettermans' Club I2. PACE, GRAIG, TOHS: Figalisig II, AFS I2, Honor Roll I2. PACE, PEGGY, Columbus Junior High School, Drama Club 9. PANKS, JERRY, South High School, Football 9, Lettered 9, Track IO, Lettered IO. TOHS: PANZEGRAF, KAREN, Lutheran High School: GAA Il, AFS I2, Psychology Club I2. TOHS: PARLIER, KATHRYN PATRICIA, Grant High School, Cheerleader 9, Sophomore Class Sec., Pep Club 9. TOHS: PAYNE, MARYELLEN, TOHS, Girls' Glee 9, FHA IO. PECK, SUE, TOHS: Band 9,I2, Banner Carrier IO-II. PERSING, DONNA, TOHS, Sophomore Class Pres., Sophomore Girl of the Quarter, Junior Class Pres., Girls' League 9-I2, ICC IO-I I, AFS II, Student Council IO-II, NFL I2. PETERS, KATHRYN LEE, TOHS, FHA IO-II, Treas. IO, GAA 9-IO, I2, Girls' League I2, Science Club I2. TOHS representatives in the National Merit Scholarship Finals were John Smith, Jeff Wharter, Bruce Robertson, and Kathy Bell. PHILLIPS, RANDI, Hillsboro High School: Drama Club 9, Freshman Class Play 9, Pep Club 9, Girls' League IO. TOHS: FHA II, 2nd Vice-Pres. PIERCE, DAN, Bear Creek High School: Basketball 9, Football 9, Track 9. TOHS, C Basketball IO, C Track IO, Track II-I2, Lettered I I-I2. PIEPER, GRETCHEN L., TOHS: AFS IO,I2, Art Scholarship II, Art Club I I-I2. POWERS, JOHN C., Riley Junior High School, Football 9, Math Club 9. TOHS, CSF 9-I2, Student Council IO, I2, Chess Club 9-I2, Vice-Pres. IO, I2, Ist Place Optimist Speech Con- test 9, JV Basketball IO, Lettered, AFS II-I2, Honor Roll 9-I2, JV Golf II-I2, Newspaper II. PRICE CRAIG G., TOHS, NFL IO, Art Club I2. PRZYBYLSKI, CHARLES MICHAEL, TOHS: Football 9-I O, Base- ball 9-I2. PUOPOLO, MARY LOUISE, TOHS: GAA 9-IO, Spanish Club 9. RAGUSA, SHARON, Corvallis High School, Girls' Glee 9, Drama Club 9. TOHS, NFL IO-I2, Girls' Glee IO, Adv, Girls Glee II-I2, Flag Twirler II. RAMEY, ROGER, TOHS, Baseball 9, JV Cross Country IO, JV Baseball IO, Varsity Cross Country II, JV Basketball II, Boys' Fed I2, Varsity Tennis I2. REARDON, TIMMOTHY, TOHS: CSF 9-I I, Honor Roll 9,II. REAY, LORRAINE M., Del Valle High School, Homemaking Club 9, French Club 9, Rally Club 9-IO, Foreign Language Club io. TOHS: Fagensig 12. REDMOND, RONALD JAY, Hightstown High School, JV Soccer 9, Lettered 9, JV Baseball 9-IO, Lettered 9-IO, Varsity Soccer IO, Lettered IO, AVA Club IO. TOHS: REITMEYER, SANDI, TOHS: Lancer Legend IO, CSF IO, Honor Roll IO-II,AFSI2. X RENKER, SHERRY ANNE, TOHS, Student Council 9, Ivy Chain II, AFS I2, Girls' League I2, Art Club I2, Psychology Club, Treas. I2, Lancer Legend I2, Rally Club I2, Honor Roll II-I2. RENNER, MICHAEL K., TOHS: Football 9, Lettered, JV Football, Lettered IO, JV Baseball, Lettered IO, JV Wrestling, Lettered IO, Lettermans' Club IO-I2, Varsity Football II-I2, Lettered II-I2, Boys' Fed. II-I2, Varsity Wrestling I2. RICHARDS, MICHAEL ANTHONY, Birmingham High School, Drama Club 9, Journalism 9. TOHS, Drama IO-I2, Baseball IO, NFL IO-I2, AFS II-I2, Rally Staff I2, Psychology Club I2. RIGGINS, MARY KATHRYN, TOHS: Girls' League. RIPLEY, RICK, Newport Harbor High School: C Football 9, Lettered 9, C Baseball 9. TOHS, Frosh Baseball, JV Football IO, Lettered IO, JV Baseball IO, Lettered IO. ROBERTSON, BOB, Bakersfield High School: Football IO, Con- cert Choir IO-II. TOHS, Football I2, Lancer Choir I2, Emeralds I2. ROBINSON, CAROL JEAN, TOHS: FBLA II-I2, Treas. I2, Prom Committee II, AFS I2, Girls' League I2, Rally Club I2. ROBINSON, GALE, TOHS: Girls' League 9,II,I2, JV Cheer- leader IO, Student Council IO-I2, AFS IO-I2, Ivy Chain II, Varsity Cheerleader, Lancer Legend I2. RODRIGUEZ, RAUL, TOHS, Wrestling IO, Varsity Wrestling II, Lettered, Cross Country II. ROMANO, JUDI, Hauppauge High School, Pep Squad IO, GO Rep. IO, Hauppauge Eaglette II, Choir II. TOHS: Flag Twirler I2, FBLA I2. ROMANS, ROBYN, TOHS: JV Cheerleader 9-IO, Head IO, Service Club 9-IO, Girls' League 9-I2, NFL 9-I2, Pres. IO, csr 9-io, Ars 9,i2, French Club to, AFV 11, vice-Pres., Figalisig II-I2, Varsity Cheerleader I2, Lancer Legend I2. ROPER, MONT KEIR, TOHS: Frosh Football 9, Wrestling 9-I2, Football IO-II. ROSE, MARY, TOHS, CSF 10-12, Sec. 12, AFS 10-12, Literary Magazine 11-12, Figalisig 11-12, Girls' League Exec. Council 12, Girls' League 10-12, Honor Roll 9-12, lvy Chain 11, Marshall. ROSEBRAUGH, MERILYN, TOHS, Girls' League 9-12, AFS 10-12, Treas. 12, Figalisig 11, Junior, Senior Class Plays, Lancer Legend 12, Psychology Club, Sec. 12, NFL 12, Rally Club 12. ROWLETT, CLAUDIA, TOHS, CSF 9-12, Lancer Legend 9-12, Service Club 9-12, German Club 9-10, Newspaper 10, AFS 10-12, Figalisig 11-12. ROWLEY, JIM, TOHS, Track 10-11, Lettered 11, Cross Country 11-12, Lettered 11-12, Boys' Fed. 11-12. RUNNION, JOHN J., TOHS: Frosh Football 9, Chess Club 10, Lancer Choir 11-12, Track 11, Lancer Legend 12, Individual- istic Viewpoint 12, Editor, Rally Club 12, NFL 12. RUSSELL, JILL, TOHS: CFS 9-12, Treas. IO, AFS 9-12, Figalisig 11-12, Honor Roll 9-12, Student Council 11-12, Girls' League 9-12, Literary Magazine 11-12. RUTH, PAM, Garden Grove High School, Honor Roll 9, Girls' League 9. TOHS: Honor Roll IO-12, Student Council 11-12, Lancer Legend 11, FBLA 12, Vice-Pres., Girls' League 12, Girl of the Month 12. RYLAND, cARoYLN GAYLE, TOHS, student Council 9, Ars 10-11, Figalisig 11. SALAMONE, STEVE, TOHS: Varsity Wrestling 10-12, Lettered 10-12. SCANLAN, SUE, TOHS, Junior Class Play 11. SCHALLOCK, PAMELA, TOHS: Figalisig 11, Art Club 11, Girls' League 10-12, Rally Club 12, Lancer Choir 12, Girls' League Council 12. SCHAUWECKER, JOSEPH, TOHS, C. Basketball 10, C Track 10, Boys' Fed. 12. SCHEETZ, VAL, TOHS: GAA 9, Girls' League 11. SCHEMBRI, MARIA C., TOHS: Student Council 9-10, Girls' Glee 9-12. SCHIAPPA, MICHAEL, Alemany High School: Chess Club 10, Track IO. TOHS: Cross Country 11. SCHLAMP, RICHARD J., Gleason High School: CSF 9, Sgt. at Arms 9, Student Council 9, Language Club 9, Science Club 9, Class Vice-Pres. 9, Frosh Football, Lettered, Frosh Baseball, Lettered, Math Club 9, Chess Club 9, Frosh Track, Lettered, Frosh Basketball, Lettered, Honor Roll, 9, Newspaper 9. Ver- dugo Hills High School, CSF 10, Sgt. at Arms 10, Football 10, Varsity Swimming, Lettered, Chess Club 10, Honor Roll 10, Yearbook 10, Sports Club 10. TOHS: CSF 11-12, Honor Roll 11-12, JV Golf11-12, B Basketball 11, Varsity Swimming 12, Student Council 11, AFS 12, Chess Club 12, Pres., Newspaper 1 1. SCHULTZ, BILL, TOHS: Football 9, Lettered, Track 10-11, Let- tered IO-11. SCURIA, RANDALL, TOHS, JV Basketball 9, Track IO, Figalisig 12, Swimming Team 12. SEDELMEIER, STEVE, TOHS: Football 9-10, Lettered 9-10, Baseball 9-10, Basketball 10-11. SEVERY, BONNIE, TOHS: CSF 9-12, National Merit Letter ot Commendation 12, Honor Roll 9-12, Science Club 12. SHELLEDY, LES, TOHS: Freshman Baseball, Lettered 9, JV Base- ball, Lettered 10, Varsity Baseball, Lettered 11-12. SHERMAN, TOM, TOHS: CSF 11, Gymnastics. SHY, ELIZABETH VICTORIA, Hilltop High School, Lance and Pennon Award 11, Eurdiate Award 11. TOHS, SILHKER, MAIBELLE MADELINE, TOHS, Honor Roll 9-12, CSF, Figalisig, Science Club 12, Literary Magazine. 182 SIMMONS, STEVEN W., TOHS, Art Club 11-12, Vice-Pres. 11, Pres. 12, NFL 12, Senior Class Play. SINCZEWSKI, ALEX, TOHS: B Basketball, Lettered 9, JV Foot- ball, Lettered 10, JV Basketball 10, Most Valuable Player, Varsity Basketball 11, 12, Most Improved, Boys' Fed. 12, Let- termans' Club 12. SITZLER, DENNIS E., TOHS, Freshman Football 9, Tennis 9, Cross Country 10-11, Track 10, SWIC 11. SILAY, SHARON, TOHS: FHA 12, Girls' League 12. SMILEY, JUDY, TOHS, Girls' League 9-12, FML 9, AFS 12, Lancer Legend 12. SMITH, GREG, TOHS: Freshman Football, Lettered 9, JV Base- ball, Lettered 9, Varsity Football, Lettered 10, Varsity Baseball, Lettered 10-12. SMITH, JOHN, TOHS: CSF 9-12, Track 9-12, Lettered 11, Freshman Football, Lettered 9, JV Football 10, Lettermans Club 11, National Merit Semi-Finalist 12. I SNYDER, SHERRYL, John Muir High School: Art Club 9. TOHS: SOLOMON, JOHN F., TOHS: JV Tennis, Lettered 9, Student Council, C Basketball, Lettered 10, C Track, B Basketball 11, Varsity Basketball 12, AFS 12, Boys' Fed. 12, Lettermans' Club. SOPKO, MICHELLE MARIE ROSE, TOHS: AFS 9, FHA 10-11, Historian 11, .Advanced Girls' Glee 10, Lancer Choir 12, FTA 10. SPANIEL, BOB, Golden High School: Frosh Football 9. TOHS: Student Council 12, Boys' Fed. 11-12. STEFFEN, CRAIG C., Porterville Union High School: Tennis 9. TOHS: STEPHINS, GAYLE, TOHS: Girls' Glee 9, Art Club 9-10. STEWART NEIL, TOHS: Wrestling 10, Lettered 10, Track 11-12, Lettered 11-12, Lettermans' Club 12, Boys' Fed. 12, Sec., Honor Roll 10-12. STORT, BILL, Reseda High School: Cross Country, Lettered 10, JV Track. TOHS: JV Cross Country. STRAND, MARY ELIZABETH, TOHS: CSF 9-12, Sealbearef, Life Membership, Student Council 10, 12, AFS 11-12, Sec. 1-1, Figalisig 11, Senior Class Treas. 12. STROM, BETTE, TOHS: Art Club 1 1-12. SUMPTION, LANE, TOHS: Lettermans' Club 11, Basketball 9-10, Football 10-11, Lettered 10-11, Track 11-12, Lettered 12, Psychology Club 12, Pres., Student Council 10-12. SUSMAN, LAURA, North Hollywood High School, CSF 9-11, AFS 9-11, Honor Roll 9-11, Service Club 9, Student Council 9-11, Homecoming Princess IO, JV Cheerleader 10, Girls' League 9-11, Girls' Glee Pres, 9, 9th Grade Council. TOHS: CSF I1-12, AFS 11-12, Girls' League 11-12, Treas. 12, NMSQT Comm. Winner, Honor Roll I1-12. SWEET, RICHARD, Van Nuys High School, ROTC Army Award 10, Gymnastics, Lettered IO. TOHS, JV Track 11. TAPKING, DOUGLAS A., TOHS: Chess Club, Student Council. TOLL, ELIZABETH, TOHS: Art Club 10. TAYLOR, GEORGINA, TOHS: CSF 9, Honor Roll. TAYLOR, NANCY, TOHS: Girls' League 11-12, Figalisig 11. THOMAS, KAREN, TOHS: Student Council 12. THOMPSON, ROBERT L., TOHS: Frosh Football, Lettered 9, Track 9, Lettered 9, JV Football IO, Lettered 10. TOMAR, PAUL, Crespi Carmelite High School: Frosh Football 9, JV Tennis 9, Honor Roll 10, Varsity Football 10-11, Var- sity Tennis 10-11. TOOKER, DIANE, TOHS: Band 9-12, Drum Maior 11-12, Ventura County Honor Band 11. Senior Class President Bob Nelson chats with Fire Chief Sitlon during student government day. TORCH, LYNN, TOHS, GAA 9, Girls' League 11, Pub. 12, NFL, Pub, 11, Vice-Pres. 12, Junior, Senior Class Plays, Director 12 TUBB, JIM, TOHS, Baseball 9, Track 10, AFS 10-11. TUNNEY, HANK, Roosevelt High School, JV Basketball. TOHS, B Basketball, Lettered 11, Varsity Basketball, Lettered 12, School Newspaper 12, Lettermans' Club 12. TURNER, DON, Eastwood High School, Frosh Football, Lettered 9. TOHS: B Track, Lettered 10. TUTTLE, NANCY, TOHS, FBLA 11-12, Lancerettes 11-12, Honor Roll 11, Ivy Chain 11. ULRIKSON, JIM, Monroe High School: Art Award 9, Varsity Football, Lettered 16. VANDERWAAL, MIKE, TOHS, JV Track, Lettered 9, JV Basket- ball, 11, Varsity Track 12, Letterman's Club 12. VASQUEZ, FRANKLYN CHRISTOPHER, TOHS: CSF 9, Frosh Foot- ball, Lettered 9, Wrestling, Lettered 10-11, Tennis 10, JV Football, Lettered 10, Varsity Football, Lettered. 11, Lettermans' Club 11, AFS 12. VASQUEZ, LEONARD, TOHS, Frosh Football 9, Cross Country 10-11, Tennis, Lettered 10-11. VLACHOS, TEDDY, TOI-IS: Girls' Glee 9, Adv. Girls' Glee' 10-11, GAA Gold Medal Winner 11, NFL Gold Medal Winner 11, Adv. Girls' Glee 12. VOELKER, LAWRENCE, Loyola High School, Intramural Sports 9. TOHS: Boys' Fed. 12. WALDEN, LARRY, Canoga Park High School, B Football 9, Track 9. TOHS, Varsity Football 10-11, JV Wrestling 10-11. WALSH, ROBYN RAE, Saint Andrew's High School: Honor Roll 9, GAA Swim Team 9. TOHS: CSF 10, French Club 10, Honor Roll 10-12, FHA 11, Girls' League 12. WARNER, CHARLES, TOHS, Band 9, Varsity Wrestling, Lettered 10. WASH, SANDY, TOHS, Girls' Glee 9, Newspaper 10, Lancer Legend 11, Girls' League 11, Student Council 12. WATERS, MIKE, TOHS: Freshman Baseball 9, B Basketball 10, JV Tennis, Lettered 10, Varsity Tennis, Lettered 11. WATSON, KRISTINE, Mahwah Junior High School, Art Club 9, AVS 9. Bossier High School, Y-Teens 10. TOHS, Art Club 12, Psychology Club 12. WEBB, GEORGE M., TOHS: CSF 9-12, Honor Roll 9-12, Chess Club 9-12, Frosh Baseball, Lettered 9, JV Baseball, Lettered 10, Cross Country 10-11, Lettered 12, Junior Football, Lettered 11, Varsity Wrestling, Lettered 11-12, C Track, Lettered 11-12, Lettermans' Club 11-12, Proiect Aim Participant 11, Third in Optimist Speech Contest 10, Optimist Teenager of the Month 11, CIF Semi-Final Wrestling Tournament 11, CIF Final Wrestling Tournament 12, Channel League 98 lb. Wrestling Champion 12. WEBSTER, VICKI, TOHS, Girls' Glee 11. WEIGHT, RICK, TOHS, Frosh Football 9, Wrestling Frosh, Let- tered 9, Frosh Baseball 9. WELLING, STEVE, TOHS: Science Club 9-12, Basketball 9-12, Lettered 11-12, Golf, Lettered 9, Lettermans' Club 10-12, Cross Country 10-12, Lettered 11-12. WEYLAND, KAREN, TOHS: Student Council 9-11, Girls' League 10-12, FBLA 10-12. WELLER, KAREN DEE, TOHS, French Club 9-10, NFL 9-10, AFS 11-12, Figalisig 11-12. WIDERO, CHERYL LYNN, TOHS, Banner Carrier 12. WILDERSON, ALICE ANN, Granada Hills High School: Girls' Track 11. TOHS, Art Club 12, Lancer Legend 12. WILLIAMS, BARBARA CHRISTIE, TOHS: Honor Roll 9-10, GAA, Lettered, Sec. 10, Wagon Wheel Architectural Award of Merit 9,11, German Club 10, Lancer Legend 10, Service Club IO, Lion's Club Speech Finalist 1965, 1966, Figalisig 11, Vice- Pres., AFS 11, NFL IO-11, Emerald Pin, PGP 11, Sec. 12, Coneio Valley Days Swim Meet, First Place, Comm. of Lake Sherwood Citizenship Award 11, Certificate of Merit from Great Western Education Exposition 11, lvy Chain 11, Girls' League 9-12, Pub. Chairman 11, Exec. Council 12, Rally Club 12, Student Council 9,12. WILLIAMS, DALE, North Hagerstown High School, Art Club 9,11. TOHS: Art Club 12. WILLIAMS, STEVE, TOHS: Frosh Football 9, C Basketball 9, C Track 9, JV Football 10, JV Basketball 10, Lettermans' Club 10-12, Sgt. at Arms 11, Varsity Football 11-12, Student Council 11-12, Varsity Track 11-12. WILSON, MARIA THERESA, TOHS, Figalisig 11-12, AFS 12, GAA 12. WISE, SUSAN JO, TOHS: Drill Team 10, Flag Twirler 11, AFS 11, Big Sister 12. WORKMAN, PAT, R.A. Long High School: Rift Club 11, Service Club 11. TOHS: Service Club 12. YAWORSKY, BARBARA A., TOHS, AFS 10-12, Banner Carrier 9, Girls' League 12. YOUNG, TERRIE MAUREEN, TOHS, AFS 10-12, Banner Carrier 9, Drill Team 10-12, Girls' League 9-12, Lancer Legend 10, Rally Club 12. YOUNG, KEN, Rose Mead High School, Frosh Basketball 9, Frosh Football 9, Football 10-11, Track 10, Soph. Class Pres. 10, Key Club 10-11, ASB Cabinet IO. TOHS: Track 11, Boys' Fed. 12. YORK, GARY, Vista High School, Varsity Basketball 10. TOHS: Varsity Basketball 11. ZEMKE, KATY, TOHS: Student Council 10. 1 ww, AMW Q I '.,y,Wng-,wana , .Y . ,V . y 1, ' f, .f ,, 9,,,.c4,f , A4 1. , .Veg wwf mmm, qfffufyfw., ' 6 Q f WW? ffijgf- 5 v mmf I , , Q, , , 2 J f , .lx , C ,Mrk Z1 , . :IZ Q., ......, ,.,.. , if at 1 ,, fg? 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