Torrance High School - Torch Yearbook (Torrance, CA)
- Class of 1965
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Once in September three eighth-grade graduates entered high school. After
being admitted and learning room numbers, they paused for conversation.
"I like this school," said the first student. "There're so many neat kids to
talk to during boring lectures."
"I like this school, too," the second student agreed. "We have seven minutes
instead of five between classes. More time for a smoke."
"l'm in favor of this school's atmosphere," the third student commented.
"lt's so exhilarating to the mind."
They went on to their classes and didn't see one another until after lunch.
"Man, these kids are cool! I found out someone throws a party nearly
every night!" said the first student with wonder.
"I love the cafeteria's mashed potatoes," said the second student. "Real
gooey! Perfect for food fights!"
"Why, this school's library has an extraordinary collection of books on the
metamorphosis of the rat-tail moth!" said the third student, showing the first
book he had checked out of the library.
At the end of their first day at the new school the bell rang, and they were
dismissed from their classes.
"Where's Room 'll0?" asked the first student as he met his friends.
"Oh, did you get detention, too?" said the second student.
"What a tremendous institution!" exclaimed the third student. "The chem-
istry professor is going to let me use some hexylresorcinal in my experiment with
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Well, he may sound a bit corny, but he has the right idea. School is for
work, not trouble.
Therefore, the annual staff has decided to dedicate the 1965 TORCH to the
third student and to those like him who show that they have the right idea about
school. They enter with enthusiasm for learning and continue to a successful
completion of high school on graduation day, when, likely, they are also honored
as life members of the California Scholarship Federation.
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CHAPTER ONE, PAGE 4 . . . .... SUPERVISION
CHAPTER TWO, PAGE 20 . .. . . . IDENTIFICATION
CHAPTER THREE, PAGE 90 .... . . . PARTICIPATION
CHAPTER FOUR, PAGE I22 . .. . . .COMPETITION
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more Things Than anyone else on campus. IT's amusing To waTch The sTudenTs aT
lunch as They Try To sneak pasT a Teachers aide or hide from a TarTar Lady who's
handing ouT ciTaTions.
lT's even funnier To look Through windows during finals. One sTudenT may
be cheaTing, and iusT as he Turns around To geT one more answer, he finds Two
eyes glaring down aT him only Three feeT above his head, I-Ie makes a smarT
remark, JusT as a sTrong hand sTarTs iTs way down Toward The vicTim, The princi-
pal walks in.
The hand sTops, cheaTing sTops, everyThing in The classroom sTops. The prin-
cipal calmly walks around The room and walks ouT. Then afTer checking on sev-
eral more of his facuITy, he hurries back To his office, where he is Trying To meeT
The deadline for his monThIy reporT. The superinTendenT wanTs iT aT four o'cIock
sharp, ergo, iT musT be done!
AT four o'cIock Through my Telescopic lens I see The superinTendenT looking
over The reporTs he has received from The principals. ll have super-visionll While
The superinTendenT works busily aT his desk, I look and smile, raTher smugly I
admiT, as I see The school board Talking abouf him in an adioining room. Their
conversaTion is auiTe mild, buf waiT Till iT's Time To renew his conTracTl ThaT's
when doors and windows remain closed. In facT, I suspecT one of The board
members plugs The keyhole wiTh chewing gum.
Besides enTerTaining myself by observing people on campus, I also read
The papers That fall on The lawn. Can you imagine my surprise when I saw This
bold headline? SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS FACE ELECTION BY CITIZENS.
ForTunaTeIy I have no such worries, I relax and nod in agreemenT wiTh whaT
JonaThan SwifT meanT in The lines I once heard Mrs. Davis read To her English
So naTuraIisTs observe a flea
I-IaTh smaller fleas ThaT on him prey,
And These have smaller sTiII To biTe em,
And so proceed ad infinifum.
I-Iey, whaT's ThaT man wiTh The long saw doing on The Senior PaTio?
BY BOARD OF-
AND DISTRICT NTENDENX
The firsT officicil public school sysTem used in Torrdnce wos pro-
vided by Los Angeles in 1917, This sysTem provided ci school build-
ing in The middle of The ciTy of Torronce. This school included grddes
from l4indergorTen To Twelffh grode. The moin building used Then is
sTill sTcinding buf is ciccompcinied by mony more buildings since
In l947, The Torronce Unified School DisTricT wcis born. Since
Then The growing of our school sysfem refuses To sTop. Becouse of
The efficienT School Boords we hcive hod more new schools ond The
reconsTrucTing of our old schools hove been possible. We now hove
in our school sysTem ThirTy-five public groimmor schools ond four
public high schools. The fuTure seems opTimisTic for This wonderful
Thing ThciT hos hoppened To The ciTy of Torronce.
A modern school sysfem needs o modern ond efficient office To keep up with The fosf roTe of our
growing schools This building shows 0 simple pockoge wifh o complex gift hidden inside.
CURT SHERY, MD.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
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ALBERT W. CHARLES
Like stationary and sta-
tionery, compliment, and
complement, all together
and altogether, the words
principal and principle are
often confused. If you have
difficulty distinguishing be-
tween these two words, a
brief examination of the fol-
lowing sentences should
make them clear,
Dr. Carl Ahee, our princi-
pal, demonstrates the princi-
ples of leadership
One of our assistant princi-
pals, Mr. Marcus Caldwell,
endorses the principles of
Another assistant princi-
pal, Miss Bea Rous, helps
instill in the students the
principles of self-discipline
Mr. Harold Klonecky, our
new assistant principal, ex-
hibits the principle of good
management of the facilities
of a growing school.
The principles of increas-
ing educational opportun-
ities for students and of stu-
dents' fully realizing their
capabilities are important to
all of our principals.
Now that you understand
these words, tell me which
you should use in this sen-
What is a teenagefsi
Dr. Carl Ahee
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B.A., U. of Wyoming
M.A., U. of Wyoming
Student Activities' Advisor
B.S., North Dakota State Teachers College
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This is the beginning of a long day.
Harold Widney Alice Hammond
Curriculum Coordinator College and Vocations
A.B., San Francisco State Counselor
M.E., U.C.L.A. B.A., U.S.C.
D,Ed., U.S.C. M.A., U.S.C.
I SLIPS, SLIPS, SLIPS
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White slips! Pink slips! Green slips! Yellow slips!
Reach forthe white slip!
Avoid the pink slip!
Welcome the green slip!
Hide from the yellow slip!
Yellow slips! Green slips! Pink slips! White slips!
Gerald Ronan Vincent DiFiore
Senior Class Counselor Junior Class Counselor
B.S., Creighton U. B.A., U.C. at Santa Barbara
M.A., Long Beach State
Virginio Levcnos Ruth Pearson Paul Foster Shirley Ellerman Dorothy Metros
Nurse Librarian Attendance Counselor Sophomore Class Counselor Freshman Class Counselor
R-N-, Sf, ViY'IC9m!5 Hospital B.S., U.S.C. B.A., East New Mexico U. B.A., U.C. at Santa Barbara B.S., Eastern Michigan U.
College of Nwfsing Ms., u.s.c. MA., u. of Arizona MA., Long Beach smfe
B.S., Long Beach State
The hurnan nnnd B ourtundarnentalresource.
Government, U.S. History
BA., Pepperdine College
John P Kennedy
Before graduating into active citizenship, the seniors are instructed in its bagi
BS., Boston U.
Charlie Davis Richard Douglas Fannie Garshtield Mary Ann HGVWSY Wesley Pef9fS0Vt
World Geography, World Geography, English, Math, U.S. History U.S. History
Boys Physical Education Driver Training U.S. Government, World BA., LOVWQ BBClCh STGTQ AB., UC- Beflseley
B.A., Chapman College AB., U.C,L.A. Geography MA., LOVWQ B-F2GCl't Stilte MVA., USC-
World History, U.S.
AB., Upsala College
MA., Long Beach State
James Stannard Stanley Strain Arlo Sullivan Jane Young
U.S. Government World Geography World Geography, World History, Fine Arts
A.B., Western Michigan U. B.S., Clarion State College General Mathematics B.S., Kansas State U,
M.A., Long Beach State ME., U, of Pittsburgh A.B., U. of Portland
M.E., U. of Portland
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Spanish, Girls' P,E.
B.A,, U of Puerto Rico
B.A., Long Beach State
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A.B., Fresno State College
B.A., U, of Utah
Catherine Ba ker
English, U.S. History,
Latin, English '
A.B., Western State'
French, Boys P,E., Driver
A,B., San Francisco State
Mary Dukes Wealtha Godsell Jane Hoose
English English, Annual Staff Speech, Fine Arts
A.B. U,C,L,A, B.A., Millsaps College B.A., U.C.L.A.
M.A., Claremont Graduate
Classroom participation, which enriches the mind, is the proceglulte followed
in all of our English classes. Such is the case in this Engliilillll class of
... guage distinguisttf, animal
Mrs' Koss' Patrick Manion Gary Mitchell
,O ' 3 English Reading
NXLVJU Y AB., San Francisco State BA., Sterling College
B.A., U. of Oregon
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Elizabeth Snively Shirley Thayer Marsha Wismer
English, History English, History English
ch State B.S., Texas Technological BS., Wisconsin State B.S., Penn. State
M.S., U. of lllin
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If a man empties his purse into his
head, no man can take it away from
Barbara Daugherty Patricia Greaney . . ,
Homemaking, Clothing Homemaking, Modern lllm' All mveslmenl ln knowledge Ol'
Department Chairman Living, Foods Wgyg pgys flqe best im-ef-6515
BA., Fresno State B.S., U.C.L.A,
B.S., Long Beach State
MA, U. of Loyola
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Typing, General Business
B.S., Ohio State U.
Interfacing, tuilor's tack, nap, and miter-
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Architecture, sculpture, painting, music, and poe- l
try may Truly be called the ettlorescence ot civilized l
life. Herbert Spencer
Band, Instrumental Mu
B. Music Ed., U. at Kan
M.S., Kansas State
Next year the boys at Torrance High will no longer be using this building. Ti
new building on campus, now being constructed, will include an automechc.
shop in addition to
the present shops.
Maurice Wilson Patsy Jaeger
Art Department Chairman Crafts, Art
BS., Moorhead State AB., Chapman College
M.S., North Dakota State U.
Richard Bullington Robert Baker
Wood, Drafting, G.l.A. Electricity, Electronics
Department Chairman A,B., San Diego State
A.B,, San Diego State
Thomas Bray Jim Curtis Harold Strohm
General Industrial Arts, Drafting, Machine, Metal Woodshop, General
Driver Training B.A., Arizona State U. Industrial Arts
B. Voc. Ed., Long Beach
B.A., Arizona State U.
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Gordon Johnston Joe Fuller Richard Hulse Richard Odgers
Algebra, Trig., Driver Algebra Prep., Moth lA Algebra l, ll Geometry
Training, Math Department BS., Southeastern State of A.B., Long Beach State A.B., U. of Missouri
Chairman Oklahoma M.A., U. of South Carolina
B.S., U. of North Dakota
M.A., U. ot Minnesota
Learning to experiment properly depends largely on preparation,
Mr. Rodericks chemistry class is preparing through instruction for
observation, and calculation.
their next. experiment.
There is no royal road
General Math, Algebra
B.S., U. of Massachusetts
M.E., Westfield State
Algebra l, Geometry
B.S., Heidelberg College
M.A., Long Beach State
-lolm KHOPP Paul Howard Charles Pillet Richard Richhart David Roderick
General Science, Physics Earth Science, General Biology I, ll Biology I, Life Science Chemistry, Earth Science
DeDGfTf'fiEfWT ClWC1iFmGr1 Science, Driver Training, B.S., U. ot Pittsburgh B.S., Brigham Young U. B.S., Duke U.
B.S., Central Missouri State Boys' Physical Ed. M.S., U.S.C.
College B.A., Arizona State U. M.Ed., U,S.C.
M.S., U. of Kansas City
M.A., Highlands U, of
Boys' Physical Education
BS., U. of Nebraska
M.E., U. of Nebraska
Health 84 Driver Instruction
Boys' Physical Education
B.S., Ohio State U,
John Corcoran Gerald Holland Howard Towle
Boys' Physical Education Boys' Physical Education English, Boys' Physical
B.S., Texas Western College BA., Fresno State Education
Janet.Orr Joanne Kennedy Vivian See John Trantham Harold Wartle
Girls' Physical Education Girls' Physical Education Girls' Physical Education Boys' Physical Education Lite Science, Modern
BA., University ot Toledo BA., Texas Womens B.S., U, ot Minnesota B.S,, U. of Houston Science, Boys' Physical
Department Chairman University ME., U, of Houston Education
B.S., U. ot Utah
This duty wasn't mentioned in the contract.
A sound mind in a sound body.
Girls' Physical Education
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Phyllis Henderson Dorothea Johnson Wilma Williams
Student Body Accounts Clerk Secretory to Miss Rous Secretory to Mr. Coldwell
Jo Ann Allen
Librory Clerk Secretory to Mr. Klonecky
Secretory to Dr. Ahee
Evelyn Sexton Lucille Lilore
Records Clerk Attendance Office
Secretory to Dr. Widney
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Top row: Robert Dutton, W. O. Hoy, Evelyn Thomas, Don Christensen, Edward Woodbury, Bottom
row: Frank Baker, Robert Johnson, Robert Brewster, R. Trenary, John Shepard, Clarence Ditto.
We all envy Don Christensen, our man-on-wheels.
Hazel Ruth, Virginia Davis,'Otha Anderson, Ruth Meyer, Thelma Friberg, Mollie Hoke, K0fl1fYf1
Dill, Imogene Franklin, Alyce Brown, Sue Pagao.
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Who am I? Do you know who I am?
I wear ci BeaTIe cuT.
Every day I'm caughT Tor crowding in The lunch lines.
Every day I caTch The saime boy Tor crowding in The lunch lines
My conTacTs are TinTed blue.
My Treckle counT has reached 573.
I was The TirsT To be caughT in The Tardiness crackdown.
I have The cIecinesT '56 Chevy in Town.
I look iusT like her. lWe're Twins.l
I pass all my hisTory TesTs. So does The girl in Tronf of me.
My raTTed hair adds Tive inches To my heighT.
Tennis shoes and plaid shirTs are my Trademark.
AuTumn's TooTball bruises sTill hurT.
Second period-rain, wind, or heaT-I deliver The masTer abse
My flips always Tlop.
My Two friends and I look like Three bears in our Turry iackeTs.
My cowboy booTs are never shined.
STcinding wiTh my buddies in TronT of a classroom, I make bird
Calls aT lunch.
I'm so skinny you can'T see me when I'm Turned sideways.
I carry legiTimaTe shoes in my purse.
Every oTher day I wear black lace sTockings.
No one wears shorTer skirTs Than I,
I'm kidded because of my black leaTher iackeT.
My Take pony-Tail aTTracTed The aTTenTion I wanTed.
WiTh colorless hair, lighT eyebrows, and pale complexion, I
choose To wear whiTe lipsTick.
I wear a sTring Tie To look like Dapper Dan.
I shave my head To make my girlfriend mad.
Who am I? Now you know who I am-a sTudenT aT T.l-IS., w
recognize me from my picTure in The annual, iT's noT my Tau
ualTTy as a sacrifice To conTorrniTy, buT, please, dear reade
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FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
Alon Schwartz H81
Ginny Horncxns HJ
Kcithy Rippy K3I
Candy Voien T41
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
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Janet Kimbrell l21
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Gloria Adams Robert Aggen Janis Albright Richard Adams
Patricia Adams Joe Andrews Susan Armstrong Bruce Alcock
Charles Anderson Sharon Asnten
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Fred Babb Renafe Baier Gary Baker Robert Baldwin
Eileen Banks Nanci Barnard Gregory Barreft Vlncenl Bosile
Nancy Bauman Randolph Bell Karen Bighann Donald Bill
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Michael Blankinship Olive Blankenship Keith Bleakley Deborah Boase
Patricia Borash Kenneth Boston Lynn Boufin David Bowdoin
Michael Bowman Linda Boyd Judy Bradford Richard Broos
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Judith Brown Edward Buczek John Buffalo Ronald Browning
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Robert Carroll Janet Chrisfian Jim Charlesworth Kathleen Cassidy
Larry Champion Rodney Clarke Sharon Clear Jon Chaykowski
Arlyene Clark Vicki Coast
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John Collins Bonnie Combs Gail Combs Steve Combs
Ronald Comer Karen Coiione Suzanne Coy Patrick Coyne
Richard Davies Michael Dawley Jean Dean Robert Dean
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Cary Deise Candy Dobbert Susan Dobrick Hubert Dodos
Denise Donaher Chris Danish Donna Dougan Arlene Dupuis
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Sandy Evans Pamela Flemming Lawrence Flemming Willaim Felfs
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Apollo: Greg Borrerr
Louro Flock Froncine Frohnlmoefer Gory Fulfon Mortho Foster
Soondro Founfoine Borrry Golrrobronf Vicki Golrrison Rosemary Golonolo
Sheryl Gollovvoy Anloinerle Giolnnberolino
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Jerome Gilles Lloyd Gilstrop Rebecca Goldstein Sondro Good
Carol Goodrich Potricio Goodwin Cynthio Grey Johnny Grey
Timothy Griffith Abrohom Griiolvo, Jr, Dione Groppi Jerye Grubb
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Chorles Hordoge Jomes Horfley Robert Hoss Shirley Hosselberg
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Sfeven Henderson Virginici Homcins RoberTc1 Homons Jonice Hesser
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Noreen Hughes Richard Huscher Sam lnfermill Phillips Hull
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Lorroine Kelfz Jonef Kimlorell Corol King Douglas Kinfz
Wayne Kiffle James Kropfavich Richard Labate Luana Gayle Lackey
Sandie Lambert Charles Landrum Lonnie Languis Sfeven Lassere
George Lopez Gail Lord Frank LoVerde Jean Lucas
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KOTl1leeI1 Ludwig Joseph Marley, Jr. Karin Marquard James Malone
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Robin Hood- Alvin Sasuga
John McClure Joann McDade Michael McEwen Cleoan MCCOVTYUS
Maryann MCCUsker Kathleen McLaughlin Tommie McMahon RCHWCU McGraw
John McKenna RUTIW MCNUITY
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Barbara McWhirfer Carl Meadows Jacqueline Megow Steven Melchert
James Mercer Susan MeT'fz Joy Mefzner Patricia Meyer
Barbara Mogavero Paula Moon Judy Moore Richard Moore
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Suzonne Moore Gory Morse Roberf Mullen Daniel Murry
Roberto Myers Shirley Myers Poul Newhouse Sounclro Nielsen
Lindo Norihom Tonya Norfhcuff Cheryl Norfhingfon Jeri O'Donnell
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Dressed In his Tokyo school unitorm, John Haig sends greetings to
his Classmates at T H S
Dennis Ogren Michael Owens Phillip Patrick Brian Olsen
JOlWr1 Osborn Colin Perreault Susan Perry Marsha Pauly
Rose Perez Mary Peters
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Fairesf Maiden. Nanci Barnard
Ronald Phillips Josephine Quinfero William Raines Lee Pickens
Thomas Posner Louis Reeves Laura Rice Carl Randall
Glenna Redmond Penny Richards
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Barbara Rineman Kathy Rippy David Rittmiller Jerrold Rivera
Richard Rivera David Roberts Kathryn Roberts Judith Robison
Margaret Roemisch Michael Rose Helen Rose Donald Rudd
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Our srrong bands can ne'er be broken
Formed in Torrance High.
For surpassing wealth unspoken
Sealeol by Frienolship's Tie.
Torrance High School, Alma Mafer,
Deep graven on each heart
Shall be founol unwavering True,
When we from life shall part.
Alvin Sasuga Alan Schwartz Chris Sciarroffa David Schlerf
John Schnepp Darlene Scully James Seiple Jeannette Scirica
Gail Scarf Lynn Shelby
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Sheila Sheldon Joan Sherbo Michael Shinoda
Kristin Singleton Richard Sleek Richard Sloan
Julie Snow Larry Snyder Sylvia Solis
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FOIZA Pl-ACE IN THE
Glenn Sfeinhous Pomelo Sfuort Connie Sudmeier Janis Sullivan
Miles Sumner Polly Terrick Ronald Thompson Katherine Tiolmorsh
Cheryl Trippe Sondra Turnoge Jucliih TurrenTine Jock Tweedy
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Girls' Store Representative: Janis Albright
Boys' Store Representative: Alvin Sosugcx
Randolph Tyler Adrian VondenHeuveI DeloiVc1n Dyck William Vcilles
Michael Vonclenberg Conclcice Voien Doro Wcihl Roberi' Vclughon
Lovvrence Villa Charles Wolloce
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James Walsh Cheryl WaTers Edward Warson John WayT
Michael Wechsler Linda Weiss Russel Wells William Wheeler
Barbara While Cynthia Wicker Thomas Wilkes Cheryl Williams
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Daniel Williams Donna Williams Gerald Williams, Jr. John Williams
Lynn Williams Cafhie Wilson John Wilson, ll Sandra Wilson
Dana Wolinsky Ronald Yafes Mondell Yeaman Caroll Yurkovich
ADAMS, GLORIA: G.A.A., Song Queen
ADAMS, PAT: G.A.A,, Sports Manager, Q, 'fha i
lecder 4, Honor Member, 3, CSF, 'xipoum
I ' il
ty Tennis, I,2,3,4
AGGEN, BOB: J.V. Wrestling, I
ALBRIGHT, JANIS: C.S.F., Historian-Reporter, Lite
Member, Tartar Ladies, Sgt.-at-Arms, Future
Teachers' of America Club, Secretary, Treas-
urer, President, French Club, Treasurer, Secre-
tary, G.A.A. Sports Manager, Historian,Re-
porter, Folksong, Secretary, Speech and Debate
Club, Secretary, Press Club, Secretary, Student
Congressman, I,2, Commissioner of Records,
4, T.N.T., 4, intramural Track Meet Medalist,
Girls' State Representative, 4, Outstanding
Speech Student Plaque, I, Speech Certificates
ot Excellent and Superior, Quill and Scroll,
D.A,R. Award, Drill Team, 4, Variety Show,
2, Feast of Lights, 3, Spring Concert, 4, Girls
League Recognition Day, 4, Christmas Aud
Call, I,3,4, Junior Citizens Day, 4
ARMSTRONG, SUE: Girls League Representative
BABB, FRED: Torch, 3,-4, Fine Arts Award, 3
BAKER, GARY: Senior Play, Q,3, One-Acts, Q
BANKS, EILEEN: Spanish Club, Vice-President,
Treasurer, Girls' League, Historian-Reporter,
ASF, Club, Secretary, Student Congressman,
4, Girls' League Recognition, 3,4, Prom Prin-
tl.i.I:,. RICHARD: Varsity Club, Vice-President,
arch, 4, B,C,.l.V. Basketball, I,2,3, J.V,, Var-
ll ' Www.
BARNARD, NANCI: G.A.A., President, Vice-Presb
dent, Secretary, Recording Secretary, Yell
Leader, Tartar Ladies, Freshman ,Class Presi-
dent, Sophomore Class Vice,President, Junior
Class Secretary, Commissioner of Pep, Com-
missioner of Finance, 4, Potpourri, 2,4, CSF.,
Girls' League Recognition Day, Miss Sopho-
more, Miss Junior, Miss All-Round Girl, Honor
Plaque, G,A,A., Pep Squad, Yell Leader, 2,3,4,
Junior Citizens Day, 4, Pioneer League Forum,
3,-4, Homecoming Queen, 4, Prom Princess, 4
BASILE, VINCE: Variety Show, 3
BAUMAN, NANCY: Tartar Marching Band, I,2
BELL, RANDY: B Track, 2, C Cross-Country, I
BIGHAM, KAREN: Bank of America Business
BILL, DON: C Football, I, Christmas Aud Call, 4
BLANKINSHIP, MIKE: Student Court, I, Student
Congressman, I, B, Varsity Football, I,2,3,4,
B,J.V.,Varsity Basketball, I,2,3, J,V,, Varsity
Baseball, I,2,3,4, Tartar Knights,
BOASE, DEBBY: Sophomore Class Secretary, Pep
Squad, Song Queen, 4
BORASH, PAT: Potpourri, 3, Honor Award for
"Torrance Beautiful" Essay Contest, 3
BOYD, LINDA: Tartar Choir Secretary, 4, Christ-
mas Aud Call, 4
BRADFORD, JUDY: Certificate for Essay Contest, 2
BROOS, RICHARD: C Football, I, B,C Track, l,2,3
BROWN, JUDY: Student Congressman, I, Home-
coming, Top I5, 4, Drill Team, 4, Variety
Show, 4, Big Sister Program, 4
BROWNING, RON: A,F,S., Vice-President
BRUCH, MIKE: Varsity Wrestling, 4
BURNHAM, BEVERLY: Variety Show, 3, Girls'
League Recognition Day, 4, Christmas Aud
BURQUE, JOELLE: Intramural Track Meet Medal-
ist, 3, Girls' League Recognition Day, 3,4,
Big Sister Program, 4
BUSH, CHARLES: J.V. Basketball, 3
CAMBON, JOAN: Freshman Class Vice-Presidei. ,
Sophomore Class Secretary, Torch, 3, Pep
Squad, Song Queen, 4, Homecoming, Top
CARLSON, ROBERT: Student Congressman, 2,4
CASSIDY, KATHY: Drill Team, 4
CHAMPION, LARRY: Varsity Track, 2,3, Cross-
country, 2, All-Pioneer League C Pole Vault-
ing, 2, Bank of America Award for Arr, Critics
Choice Award tor Water Color, 3
CHAYKOWSKI, JON: B,C, and Varsity Basketball,
J.V., Varsity Baseball, Most Valuable Player,
B Basketball, C.S.F.
CLARKE, RODNEY: C Football, I
COAST, VICKI: Student Congressman, i
COMBS, BONNIE: Pep Squad, Song Queen, 4,
Big Sister Program, 4
COMER, RON: Boys' Court Representative, I,
T.N.T., 3, Potpourri, 3
DAWLEY, MICHAEL: B, Varsity Football, C Track,
DODOS, HUGH: B,C, and Varsity Football, I,2,
3,4, Varsity Wrestling, I,2,3,4, B,C Track 2,3
DOBRICK, SUSAN: Student Congressman, Student
Court Representative, T.N.T.
DREY, NORMAN: Varsity Football, 4, Varsity
Wrestling, 4, Varsity Track, 4
DUPUIS, ARLENE: Student Congressman, I,2,
Girls' League Representative, Fine Arts Award,
Big Sister Program, 4
EGGLESTON, CONNIE: Press Club, Vice-Presi-
dent, President, Girls' League Representativep
T.N.T., Feature Eclitor, Editor, I,2,3,4, C.S.F.,
Lion's Club Speech Contest Winner, Torrance
High Herald-Examiner Correspondent, Corre-
spondent to Ingenue Magazine, Quill and
Scroll, Certificate oi Excellence in Speech from
Southern California Debate League, Fine Arts
Banquet Plaque in Journalism, Girls' League
Recognition Day, Miss Journalism, 4, Junior
Citizens Day, 4, Christmas Aud Call, 3, Big
Sister Program, 4, Pioneer League Forum, 4
'I 'ug ,X ea- ia? .
F. E, COLETTE: Business Club, Vice-President,
.ituclent Store Organization, Advertising Chair-
ian, Future Teachers of America, President
ENOCH, SANDRA: Student Congressman, 2,3,4,
Girls' Glee, Secretary, Girls' League Repre-
sentative, I, Girls' League Recognition Day,
Miss Comedian, 4, Homecoming Princess, 4
EVANS, SANDRA: Variety Show, 2, Christmas
Aud Call 3,4
FLAGG, LINDA: Big Sister Program, Chairman, 4
FLEMMING, PAMELA: C.S.F., Treasurer, President,
3,4, Tartar Ladies, Queen, 4, l.R.C., Secre-
tary, 4, A.F,S., Vice President, Torrance High
School Representative to Torrance Chapter of
American Field Service, 3, Student Congress-
man, I,3, Senior Class President, Commission-
er of Publicity, 4, T.N.T., Managing Editor,
3,4, C.S.F., Variety Show, 2, Girls' League
Recognition Day, Miss Phi Beta Kappa, Junior
Citizens Day, 4, Big Sister Program, 4, Pio-
neer League Forum, 3,4, Homecoming Prin-
cess, 4, American Field Service American
Abroad to Germany, 3, Prom Queen, 4
FLUCK, LAURA: C.S,F., Secretary, Student Con-
gressman, Life Member of C.S.F., Bank of
America Trophy lMath, Sciencei, Quill and
FOSTER, MARTHA: T.N.T., 3, Christmas Aud Call,
FOUNTAINE, SAUNDRA: Girls' League Recogni-
tion Day, Miss Art, 4
FULTON, GARY: Boys' League Representative,
Student Congressman, Varsity Football, J.V.
Basketball, J.V., Varsity Baseball
GALANDA, ROSEMARY: Girls' League, Repre-
sentative, 3, Vice-President, 4, President, 4,
Tartar Ladies, First Lady, 4, Treasurer, 4, Medi-
cal Careers Club, Publicity Agent, I, C.S.F.,
Treasurer, I, l.R.C,, Historian Reporter, 3,4,
Big Sister Program, Chairman, 4, Student
Congressman, 3,4, Potpourri, I,3,4, C.S.F.
Life Member, Girls' State Alternate, Bank of
America ,Liberal Arts Award, Awards of
Achievement for Science Fair, Fine Arts, Bill
ot Rights Essay, Pioneer League Forum, 4,
Prom Princess, 4, Salutatorian
GARRABRANT, BARRY: Varsity Club, President,
Secretary, Treasurer, Potpourri, I, C,B, Varsity
Football, 1,2,3,4, C,B, J.V. Basketball, i,2,3,
C Track, 'l, J.V., Varsity Tennis, 3,4
GARRISON, VICKI: Drill Team, 4
GILLES, JERRY: B Football, 3, Most Valuable
GOLDSTEIN, REBECCA: C.S.F., Treasurer, Girls'
League, Representative, 4, Vice-President, 4,
Tartar Ladies, First Lady, Commissioner ot
Records, 4, Optimists Citizen Award, C.S,F.
Life Member, Senior Play, 4, One Acts, 4,
Girls' League'Recognition Day, Miss Thespian,
GOODRICH, CAROL: Big Sister Program, 4
GRIFFITH, TIMOTHY: Christmas Aud Call, 3
GRIJALVA, ABRAHAM: l.C.C. Representative, Stu-
dent Congress, l,2,3,4, C Football, l, B, C
Track, Varsity, J,V., C Cross Country, J.V.
Tennis, Intramural Track Meet, 3, Torch, 3
GRUBB, JERYE: Student Congressman, I, Girls
Court Representative, I
HAIG, JOHN: Junior Class Council, 3, T.N.T.,
l,2,3, Attended School in Japan, 4, Press-
Herald column from Japan, 4, J,V. Wrestling,
l,2,3, C Track, 2, Cross Country, Novice, 2,
Soccer Uapanl, 4, CSF, Tartar Knights, Har-
vard Book Award, 3, National Merit Scholar-
ship Semi-tinalist, International Relations
Club, American Foreign Service Clubf Vale-
HALE, WALTER: Varsity Club, Secretary-Treas-
urer, 4, President, 4, Tartar Knights, First
Lieutenant, 4, J.V., Varsity Basketball, l,2,
3,4, Varsity Basketball Co-Captain, 4, First
Team All-Pioneer League Basketball, 3,4,
C.l.F, S.S. All-Tournament Team, 4, Most Val-
uable Player Varsity Basketball, 3, Home-
coming Escort, 4, All C.l.F. S.S. Team, 4, All-
Torrance Team, 4
HASS, ROBERT: Christmas Aud Call, 4
HASSELBERG, SHIRLEY: Betty Crocker Homemaker
of Tomorrow, 4, One Acts, 3, Miss Home-
makei, 4, Big Sister Rrogram, 4
HAWLEY, LINDA: Future Teachers Association,
Treasurer, President, Drill Team, 4, Variety
Show, 2, Christmas Aud Call, 2
HEATH, NANCY: Freshman Class Secretary, Stu-
dent Congressman, I, Big Sister Program, 4
HENDERSON, JAMES: T.N.T., 2,3,4, Varsity
Wrestling, l,Y,3,4, C Track, i, C Cross Coun-
try, i, Second Place Novice Tournament, T,
Fourth Place Pioneer League, I,2,3, First Place
Leuzinger Tournament, 2, Fourth Place Upland
HENDERSON, STEVE: J,V. Wrestling, 3
.. Vijfr i
HOM 'NS, VIRGINIA: G.A.A., Historian, Report-
Mice-President, President, Senior Class Vice-
irrgiident, Commissioner at Pep, Miss Per-
sonalit,, 1, One Acts, 3, Christmas A icl Call,
4, Big Sister Program, 4, Pioi.:rr league
HORTON, STEVE: Tartar Knights, B Footb,.' - l.
Varsity Baseball, 2,3,4, Homecoming Driv
Huscms, LARRY: iv. emboli, Q
HULL, PHILLIPS: B, versity rosibsli, 2,3,1 .,
Varsity Baseball, 2,3,4, Most Valuabl .rr
B Football, 3, Sportsmanship Award bas :ll
HUMMEL, DONNA: Student Congress, Potpourri,
INTERMILL, SAM: B Football, 2,3, J.V., Varsity
lSHlHARA, KATHERINE: Drill Team, 4
JENSEN, CAROLYN: G.A.A., Sportsmanager, l,
Historian-reporter, Secretary, 4, Tartar Ladies,
Sgt.-at-arms, 4, French Club, Sgt.-at-arms, 4,
Quill and Scroll, Student Congressman, 4,
Torch, 3, Editor, 4, Fine Arts Award tor An-
nual Staff, CSF Life Member, Posture Week
First Place, 4, Drill Team, 4, Big Sister Pro-
Gram, 4, Intramural Track Meet, 3, Medalist,
JOHNSON, CAROL: Student Congressman, l,2,
Sophomore Class President, Junior Class Vice-
President, Junior Class Treasurer, Speech
Merit Award, 2, Homecoming Top Fifteen, 4
JOHNSON, KAREN: Tartar Ladies, Girls Glee,
Big Sister Program, 4, Pep Squad, Flag, 4,
Student Congressman, 3, Christmas Aud Call,
I, Festival of Lights, I
KANTORSKI, SALLY: Drill Team Captain, 4, Tar-
tar Ladies, CSF, Big Sister Program, 4, Home-
coming Top Fitteen, 4
KELTZ, LORAINE: Girls' Glee
KIMBRELL, JANET: Honor Roll, G.A.A., Vice-
President, Secretary, Yell Leader, Rally Club,
Vice-President, Taftar Ladies, Girls' League,
Secretary, Ccrrerranding Secretary, Student
Congressman, i,2,4, Junior Class Secretary,
Girls' Couri Rcprusuntar e, 4, Senior Class
Vice-Prezixerit: .'MS.I, 're-President, Com-
missioner ot Arixities, Commissioner of Pub-
licity, Student Congress Secretary, Torch, 4,
Intramural Track Meet, 3,4, Medalist, Excel-
lence in Impromptu Speaking--Achievement
in Speech, Fine Arts Banquet, 3, G.A,A. Honor
Plaque Recipient, Girls' League Recognition
Day, Miss Politician, 4, Junior Citizens Day,
3, Christmas Aud Call, 3, Big Sister Program,
4, Pioneer League Forum, 2, Winter Formal
Court, Junior Princess, 3, Homecoming Prin-
cess, 4, Variety Show, 4
KINTZ, DOUGLAS: German Club, Secretary, 3,
President, 4, CSF, Tartar Knights, C, Varsity
Football, l,2, C, Varsity Track, 2,3
LANGUIS, LONNIE: Student Congressman, 4,
C, B, Varsity Football, l,2,3,4, J,V, Baseball,
2, J.V, Wrestling, 1,2
LUCAS, JEAN: Student Congress Representative,
LUDWIG, KATHLEEN: Pep Squad, Maiorette Cap-
MALONE, JIM: C, B, Varsity Football, l,2,3,4,
J.V., Varsity Baseball, 2,3,4, Co-captain Var-
sity Football, Second Team All-Pioneer League
MASAKI, JOHN: Student Congressman, l,2,3,
C Football, l,2
MCCOMAS, CLEON: Christmas Aud Call, 4, Big
Sister Program, 4
MCCUSKER, MARYANN: Girls' Glee President,
Girls' League Representative, 2, Student Con-
gressman, 3, Drill Team, 4, Variety Show,
l,3,4, Girls' League Recognition Day, 4,
Christmas Aud Call, 4, Big Sister Program, 4,
Homecoming Top Fifteen, 4
M:DADE, JOANN: Student Congressman, 2, Pot-
pourri, l, CSF, Tartar Ladies, Fine Arts Award,
Bank of America Award for Homemaking,
Girls' League Recognition Day, Miss Fashion,
4, Drill Team, 4, Big Sister Program, 4
MCGRAW, RANDI: Student Qng'-Jsman, Big
Sister Program., 4
McMAHAN, TOMMTE: Cirls League Representat-
tive, 3, Big Sister Program, 4 -
McNULTY, RUTH: Student Congressman, l,2,
T.N.T., l -
MEADOWS, TOM: B, Varsity Football, 2,3,4, B,
J,V. Basketball, l,2,3, Varsity Track, 2,3,4,
Sportsmanship Award, J,V. Basketball
MEGOW, JACKIE: Tartar Ladies, Queen, Secre-
tary, French Club, Secretary, Sgt.-at-Arms,
Girls' League, Board of Directors, l.C.C., Girls'
Glee, Pep Squad, Song Queen, 4, Variety
Show, l, Girls' League Recognition Day, 3,4,
Big Sister Program, 4
MELCHERT, STEVE: C, Varsity Football, l,3,4, C
MEYER, PAT: Girls' League, Vice-President, 4,
Secretary, 3, French Club, Vice-President,
G.A.A. Sports Manager, Girls' League Repref
sentative, 2, Student Court Representative,
Secretary, 3, Student Congressman, Girls'
League President, 4, Commissioner ot Group
Control, 4, Tartar Ladies, Pep Squad, Song
Queen, 4, Girls' League Recognition Day, 2,3,
Miss Service, 4, Junior Citizens Day, 4, Christ-
mas Aud Call, 4, Big Sister Program, 4, Pio-
neer League Forum, 4, Prom Princess, 4
MOON, PAULA: Girls' Glee, Christmas Aud Call,
MOORE, RICHARD: French Club, Treasurer, Stu-
dent Congressman, Bank at America Certifi-
cate, lMathl, NMSQT ILetter ot Recommenda
MOORE, SUZANNE: Student Congressman, I,
Homecoming Top Fifteen, 4
MORSE, GARY: B Basketball, 2
MULLEN, BOB: One Acts, 4, Chfistmas Aud Cali,
MYERS, SHIRLEY: Drill Team, 4, Variety Show, 4
NEWHOUSE, PAUL: Varsity Football, 2,3,4, Var-
sity Wrestling, 2,3,4, Varsity Track, 2,4
NORTHCUTT, TANYA: Torch, 4, Senior Play, 4,
Foreign Language Speech Contest
NORTHAM, LINDA: Variety Show, T, Christmas
Aud Call, l,4
NORTHINGTON, CHERYL: Christmas Aud Call, 2,
Festival at Lights, 2
PATRICK, PHILIP: T.N.T., 3
PERRY, SUSAN: Homecoming, Top Fifteen
PERREAULT, COLIN: Student Congrlessrqbn, Sen
Play, 3,4, One-Acts, 3, Christmai Aud Cc
3,4 , ..
PHILLIPS, RON: Variety Show, 2,3, Christma
Aud Call, l,2,3,4
POSNER, THOMAS: B, J.V. Basketball, 2,3, B,
Varsity Swimming, l,2,3,4, T.H.S. Swimming
Record set, Junior Citizens Day
REDMOND, GLENNA: Intramural Track Meet
RICHARDS, PENNY: G,A,A. Historian
RIPPY, KATHY: Senior Class Secretary, Student
Congressman, 2, Big Sister Program, 4
ROBERTS, DAVE: B Baseball, 2, B Tennis, 3,
Christmas Aud Call, 4
ODONNELL' JERI: French Oubl Treclsurer 2, ROBERTS, KATHRYN: G.A.A, Treasurer, Secretary,
Sophomore Class Treasurer, Student Congress-
man, 3, C.S.F., Pioneer League Forum, 3,
OGREN, DENNIS: B Football, 2,3, B,C, Varsity
Track, l,2,3,4, C Cross-Country, I
OLSEN, BRIAN: Student Congressman, B,Varsity
Football, i,2,3,4, B Baseball, l, J.V. Tennis,
OSBORN, JOHN: B,C,Varsity Basketball, l,2,3,4,
B,C Track, C Cross-Country
PAULY, MARSHA: Student Congressman, 3, Drill
Team, 4, Tartar Choir, 4
3,4, Drill Team Co-Captain, 4, Big Sister
TWEEDY, JACK: l.R.C. President, 4, AFS. Presi-
rt, is -
ROBISON, JUDITH: Drill Team Treasurer, 4, Stu-
dent Congressman, l,2, Sophomore Class Vice
President, Student Court' Representative, 2,
T.N.T., 2, Certificate in Fine Arts, 2, Home-
coming Top Fifteen, 4
ROEMISCH, MARGARET: Student Congressman, 4,
Homecoming Top Fifteen, 4, Drill Team, 4,
Big Sister Program, 4
4, Big Sister Program, 4
ROSE, MIKE: C.S.F,, Senior Play, 3
RUDD, DON: J,V. Cross Country, 2
SASUGA, ALVIN: Speech and Debate, Treasurer,
3, Vice President, 3, Tartar Knights, CSF.,
Bandq Vice President, Student Congressman,
T, Sophomore Class President, Junior Class
President, ASB. President, 4, Student Court
Representative, 4, Student Court Bailitf, 4,
T.N.T. Press Conference, 4, C and J.V. Track,
l,2, C Cross Country, i, Junior Citizens Day,
4, Christmas Aud Call, 4, Pioneer League
Forum, 2,3,4, Certificate ot Merit in Band,
Certificate of Merit in Speech from T.H,S.,
Certificate ot Excellence in Speech at Long
Beach State, Prom King, 4
SCHWARTZ, ALAN: Tartar Knight Captain, 2nd
Lieutenant, Student Congressman, 2,3, Junior
Class President, Senior Class President, Variety
show, 3, Junior Citizens Day, 3,4, Pioneer
League Forum, 4, Homecoming Court Escort,
4, Excellence in Impromptu Speaking, South
Bay Speech Tourney, 2, Prom Prince, 4
SCIARROTTA, CHRIS: Student Congressman, 2,
Christmas Aud Cali
SCHNEPP, JOHN: B and J.V. Basketball, 2,31
JV. Baseball, 2
HELEN: GAA. Secretary, Student Con-
3, Torch, 4, Potpourri, 4, C.S.F.,
SEIPLE, J'..iES, -,itin Club, Treasurer, 'Vice Presi-
dent, li TN 4, C, Varsity Football, 2,4,
SHELBY, LYNNE: Student Cc kressrnan, 4, Home,
carving Top Fitteen, 4
SINGLETON, KRIS: Variety Show, 3, Big Sister
SLEEK, RICHARD: C Football, l, Varsity Wres-
tling, 2,3, C,B Track, I,2,3, Varsity Cross
SLOAN, RICHARD: C,S.F,, Vice President, 3,
President, 4, I.R,C., Vice President, 3, Presi-
dent, 4, Press Club, Treasurer, 4, Tartar
Knights, Student Congressman, 2,4, T.N.T,, 4,
Variety Show, 2, National Honor Society, Let-
ter ot Commendation from National Merit
Scholarship Qualifying Test, Musical Comedy,
2,3, C.S,F. Lite Member
SNOW, JULIE: Girls' Glee Treasurer, Christmas
Aud Call, l,2,3
suvoeiz, LARRY: c, s, versity rooieeii, i,2,4,
J.V, and Varsity Baseball l,2,3,4, First Team
All-League Baseball, 3
SOLIS, YOLANDA: Pep Squad, Maiorette, 4, Big
Sister Program, 4
STUART, PAMELA: Christmas Aud Call, 4
TIDMARSH, KATHY: G,A,A., Historian-Reporter,
Student Congress, 2,3, Girls' League Recogni-
tion Day, 4, Christmas Aud Call, 3,4, Big
Sister Program, A
TIERNAN, RICHARD: Politicos, Vice-President,
Tartar Knights, 2nd Lieutenant, Captain,
Thespian Society, President, Sophomore Class
Vice-President, Junior Class Vice-President,
C.S.F,, 2, Student Congressman, 4, Potpourri,
I, Drama Award, 3, l.R.C. Award of Excel-
lence, 3, Senior Play, 3,4, One-Acts, 3,4,
Variety Show, 3, Prom Prince, 4
TRIPPE, CHERYL: Christmas Aud Call, 3,4
TURNAGE, SANDRA: Christmas Aud Coll, 4
TURRENTINE, JUDY: Potpourri, I, Variety Show,
4, Christmas Aud Call, 4, Big Sister Program,
dent, 4, Latin Club Vice-President, 3: C-5-F
Lite Member, Student Congressman, l,2,4'
C,B Football, I,3,4, Varsity Basketball, 4,
Novice, J.V. Wrestling, T,3, 2nd Place Novice
Wrestling Tournament, Rotary Club Foreign
Exchange Student to Brazil, 4, A,F.S. Semi-
Finalist, "Highest lndividual Achievement"
and "Member of First Place Delegation" in
i.R.C. Model U,N. Debate, Homecoming Escort,
4, Prom Prince, 4
VALLES, BTLI.: Freshman Class President, Boys'
League Representative, I, J.V. Basketball, 2
J.V. Baseball, i,2
VANDEN-HEUVEL, ADRIAN: B, Varsity Track
2,3,4, J.V. Cross-Country, 3
VAUGHAN, BOB' f Slse -'li '
VILLA, LAWRENCE: L 1 For 'llg V, Baseball
VOIEN, CANDY: Student Congressman, 2,3, Jun-
ior Class Treasurer, Senior Class Treasurer,
Secretary, Potpourri, I, Freshman Honor Stu-
dent, Fine Arts Award, Drill Team, 4, Variety
Show, 4, Christmas Aud Call, 3,4, Big Sister
Program, 4, Tartar Choir, 4
WAHL, DORA: G,A.A, Sports Manager, 2, Treas-
urer, 3, Vice-President, 3, Tartar Ladies Treas-
urer, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms, 4, Outstanding Musi-
cian of Torrance High School Plaque, 3, Girls'
League Recognition Day, Miss Music, 4,
Christmas Aud Call, 2,3,4, Big Sister Pro-
gram, 4, Tartar Marching Band, 2,3,4
WALSH, JIM: Student Congressman, T, Boys'
WATERS, CHERYL: C5,A.A. Sports Manager
WATSON, EDDIE: Varsity Club, Vice-Presid
Junior Class Court Representative, Stuc.
Congressman, l,2,3, Commissioner ot At
letics, 4, T.N.T., l,2,3,4, Potpourri, i,2,
Basketball, lg Varsity Wrestling, 2,3,4, S
Varsity Track, 2,3,4, Novice, J.V, Cross-Court
try, 1, Journalism Award ot Excellence, Jun
ior Citizens Day, 4, Pioneer League Forum, 4,
Prom Prince, 4
WAYT, JACK: C Basketball, l, J.V, Baseball, 2
WEISS, LINDA: Spanish Club, Historian, Student
Council, Variety Show, 3, Christmas Aud Call,
WILKES, TOM: B Football, 2, B Basketball, 2,
.l.V. Tennis, 3
WILLIAMS, DAN: Tartar Knights, Senior Class
Council, Student Congressman, 4, Junior Citi-
zens Day, 4, Homecoming, 4
WILLIAMS, GERALD: Band, President, Drum Ma-
ior, Outstanding Instrumental Music Student,
3, Variety Show, 3 '
WILLIAMS, LYNN: Tartar Ladies, Historian-Reporv
er, Sgt.-at-Arms, G,A.A., Honorary member,
Sports Manager, Big Sister Program, 4
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WILSON, SANDI: G.A.A,, 2-year Award, Tartar
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is missing CSF by one point because of extra-curricular activities.
is a boy's asking a girl to the backwards dance.
is selling popcorn during both halves of a ClF basketball game.
is getting up an hour early to be on time for Student Congress meetings.
is being the only one to cha cha at the Prom.
is freezing to death during a football game because you're in a drill team
is singing off key during the Christmas aud call.
is coming to school instead of the beach on Saturdays to work on someone
else's annual section.
is spending half your yearly allowance on smash ribbons and stop signs.
is serving punch every year at the winter formal but never being asked to go
is getting the most laughs in the variety show when your act is supposed to
is letting the TNT staff put your car's picture in the paper.
is spending your lunch time standing duty and handing out citations.
is losing your front teeth playing football.
is staying after school for a rally when attendance is not compulsory.
is burning yourself on the popcorn machine.
is picking up twenty trays in the cafeteria so that there will be a Friday
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Nanci Barnard Judi Rynharf
Head Cheerleader Cheerleader
' 'ONUW2-D TOl2-RANGE
On SepTember days and Through The year,
.gm lT's noT unusual Tor one To hear,
Sharon Gunier t A
Mascor The sfamping and marching of disciplined TeeT.
Yes, They're in Time wiTh every beaT,
For There're none beTTer in This land,
Than The Torrance High drill Team and band.
Ta riar Band
Saxophone-KaThleen Alexander, Richard GolighTly, Ronald YaTes, Ernie FosTer, Mike Casfillo, Craig Camp. Trumpef-
Thomas Baker, Gary BarneTT, Thomas Billigmeier, John Collins, John Mclaughlin, Bill Mickelson, Mike Purviance, Dan
Richardson, George Slenrz, Steve Stark, Louis Velarde, Randy Wolfgang, Jim Calkin. French horn-Bill Foster, Paul Gonzales,
Harold Johnson. Tuba-Mike O'BeTz. ClarineT-Dave Birmingham, Donald Burton, Richard Clutter, Nancy Cushman, Laurann
Cage, Anny Garret, Debbie Philips, George Scruggs, Mike Shelhari, Jayne Simms, Darlene Nelarde, Dean Watson, Jerry
Williams, Kay Young. Drums-Earl Buck, Neil Buck, John Davley, Mike Howell, Nick Large, Daryl Lloyd, Mike Malloy,
Rick Moser, Ron Philips, David Reimer, John Roberfs, Dora Wahl, Terry Jones, Trombone+Ralph CasTillo, Tim Ferguson,
Sfeve Freem, Greg Sanders. Flute-Leslie Flacy, LouCinda Holt, Susan Mickelson, Becky Beall. BariTane-Andy Marzullo.
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In keeping up the pep and steam,
In showing opponents were onthe beam,
Without our cheerleaders we would loe lost,
For they come Through at any cost.
Now, let us cheer this group ot cheer,
Rewarding them for their work This year!
Row: Robin Major, Sally Kantorski, Jeanne Reed. Second Row: Shirley Meyers, Maureen Rose, Marsha Pauly Rena
Lana Languis, Pat Dowling, Judi Robison, Kathy Cassidy, Cindy Grandstaff, Candy Voien. Third Row: Janis Albri ht
Roemisch, Sally Laughney, Kay Roberts, linda Dowling, Vicki Garrison, Maryann McCusker Julie Takayama
Row: Donnell Cook, Shirley Johnson, Riana Bell, Phyllis Weaver, Donna Kasari, Sandy Cox, 'Leslie Smith. Fifth
wi Linda Moon, Trudy Blair, Kathy Bynum Barbara Barto Sandi Martinez Karen Harding Janet Dowds Sand Adams
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ancine Perrault, Susie Meyers, Linda Hawley, Linda Seiplei Susan Engstrom. Sixth Row: Karen Hines, Carolyn Jensen,
aron Hines, Peggy Echols, Kathy Lynch, Joy Coffey, Cathy Yuilcovich, JoAnn McDade, Judy Brown.
y Cheryl Barnett
Tartar Drill Team
npfuin Sharon Coffee
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Jeanne Rubeo Royleen Corsentino
Captain Bonnie Combs
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pnder the direction ot Mrs. Virginia Lindsey, the newspaper
statt nas once again kept T.H.S. informed. The brilliance and
guidance of Editor Connie Eggleston, as well as the etforts ot
the reporters, feature writers, and photographers, have made the
Torrance News Torch a source ot enjoyment for the students and a
credit to the school.
Valerie Gusiaveson, Ginny Lohey, Eddie Wat-
son, Pom Flemming
Roger Webb, Ron Updike
Janis Albright, Sherrie Ault, Bill Borrelli, Donna
Broos, Ronald Comer, Susan Dobrick, Frank
Henderson, Eric Jones, Susan Pauly, Rosalie
Preston, Sharon Turner, Jim Seiple
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as These, infermingled vvlth The sounds of the Typevvriters am.
the groans of The staff members.
"Do we get our yearbooks free?"
e in a horizontal space!"
But I can only draw stick people!"
BUT you can'T pul a vertical plcTur
"You mean nexTSa1urClay, Too?"
"Can'T I go home-yet?"
I was never meant To be a writer!"
Carolyn Jensen, Rick
Barbara Souza, Carol Yurkovich, Robin Maior,
Debbie Dahlen, and Tanya Northcutt
Classes, Faculty and Administration
Adams, Bob Carroll
Cathie Wilson, Janet Kimbrell, Sandy Marhnez
Helen Rose, and Fred Babb lNot Pictured Don
Activities, Organizations, and
Pam Flemming Sponsor
Tartar Lady Cabinet
1 st Semester
Queen . . ......... Jackie Megow
lst,Laoly . . . . Rosemary Galanola
Secretary . . . . . Pam Flemming
Treasurer .. ...., Dora Wahl
Historian .... ... Carolyn Jensen
Sgt.-at-Arms . . . . Lynn Williams
Queen . . Pam Flemming
lst Laoly . . . . Rebecca Goldstein
Secretary ,. .... Jackie Megow
Treasurer . . . . Rosemary Galanda
Historian ., ..,. Claudia Yates
Sgt,-at-Arms . .... Dora Wahl
Tartar Knight Cabinet
l st Semester
Captain ...... .. Alan Schwartz
'lst Lieutenant . . . . Mike Shinoda
2nd Lieutenant .. . Richard Tiernan
Captain ...,........ Richard Tiernan
ist Lieutenant . . . .... Walter Hale
2nd Lieutenant , . . . Jim Crockett
John Cr 'ins
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Renate's day. Here she
In the A.F.S. Club, Renate can converse with students with her own interests.
Renate Baier, this year's foreign exchange student
from Austria, brought with her many new customs and
ln Austria, Renate lives with her mother and father
and one brother anal one sister. The high school Renate
attends is very different from ours in that they have five
hundred boy students and eight girl students. They also
attend school for six years instead of our usual four years.
Renate will long be remembered and truly missed
at Torrance, because she has contributed so much en-
thusiasm to all activities at T.H.S. and mostly because
she has been a friend to all. We sincerely hope Renate
will come back to see us again.
, As Senior Princess for the 1964
Miss Friendship at the Recognition Winter Formal, Renate led the class
Aud-Coll. of '65 to victory in the canned-food
drive. She was escorted by Jack
With her American Sister, Karen Harding, Renate learns the Renate Baier poses with her American family-Mr. and Mrs.
ways of America. Harding and Karen.
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IT's when senior g'rls are c" fsen 1-f' Home ming
lT's a fooTball game where all The alumni come back To Their schoo
and a queen and Tour princesses are chosen To reign over The game
and The dance.
Who picks Them?
FirsT of all, The seniors selecT The Top FiTTeen and They are announce:
aT a pep rally. Then There is a Tea where The Top FiTTeen and Thei
moThers have a liTTle geT-TogeTher.
Then, from The TiTTeen The whole school picks The queen and her Tour
princesses. They are announced aT anoTher pep rally and aTTend The
Homecoming game and dance. This year The queen was Nanci
Barnard. The Tour princesses were Pam Flemming, Sandi Enoch, JaneT
Kimbrell, and Dana Wolinsky.
WhaT happens aT The Homecoming dance?
Well, all The alumni come To The dance and The capTain of The TooTball
Team gives The queen an auTographed Toofball and They lead oTT The
TirsT dance. Everyone has a good Time and remembers whaT evenTs
and acTiviTies They had wiTh all oT Their former classmaTes.
Gee, ThaT seems exciTing! Maybe l can be on The Top FiTTeen when l
am a senior. Wouldn'T iT be greaT To be queen! Oh, I can'T. l'm a boy.
TOP HFTEEN. BoTTom Row: Maryann McCuSl4er, Sally KanTorski, Carol Johnson, Judi Robison, Sandi Enoch, Lynn Shelby. Top Row: Susan Perry
Susie Moore, Nancy Barnard, Joan Cambon, Dana Wolinsky, Janet Kimbrell, Pam Flemming, MargareT Poernisch, Judy Brown.
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PRINCESS DANA WOUNSKY
PRINCESS JANET KIMBRELI.
Jimmy: "You better Take ThaT back, File." H.C.: "I swear I'lI come out after you with a whip-now
File: "' ain'T takin' noThin' back, Jimmy," you give me That gun."
H. C. CURRY . . . . . RICHARD TIERNAN LIZZIE CURRY .... REBECCA GOLDSTEIN
NOAH CURRY ........ LYNN BARENZ FILE ................ KEITH BENTON
JIM CURRY .. ... BILL MOONEYHAN SHERIFF THOMAS .. ... JIM COOPER
BILL STARBUCK ........ MIKE HUBBERT
The play Takes place on a WesTern ranch in a Time of cIroughT. For The
Curry family and oThers whose lives depend upon The survival of caTTIe, iT is a
Time of helpless desperaTion. For Lizzie Curry,who has never had a man's love
and concludes she never will, iT is a Time of helpless resignaTion. She is convinced
she is "as plain as old shoes" and noT half so comTorTabIe To have around.
lnTo This parched region sTrides a man who calls himself Bill STarbuck-
Rainmaker. Oufrageous yeT charming, STarbuck spouTs a mouThTuI of big ideas
and bigger promises. WiThin 24 hours he'Il bring rain-any kind They wanT-
Tor SIOO, paid in advance!
Stqrback: "Say ir, gqy ir, Lizzie, HC.: "Just what The boys were saylng-sure good To have Liam' ha me
Lizzie: 'Tm-pretty." again."
HC: 'He doa? sound Iwke no crwmimal to me, Filef
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The Latin Club is in Roman dress ar the Foreign Language Party,
French students register a variefy of expressions as they watch the pinafa being broken
lO6 Dr. Ahee is blindfolded as he gels ready 10 hit the pinafa.
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Dr. Ahee swings or ihe pinoto, frying to get the candy out.
The Spanish Club celebrates Los Posodos, on old Spanish Christmas Tradition,
The Spanish Club culrnincires Los Posodos by presenting gifts to the Christ Child.
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The Tortor Choir brings the Christmas Season To Torrance High while singing The humorous "Twelve
Days of Christmas."
Alvin Susugo presenfs The Winner ol fhe canned food drive To rhe Senior princess Renata Baier lfor lefll. The other princesses are
Judy Rynharf, Junior Class Princess, Mary Boughen, Sophomore Class Princess, and Renae Johnson, Freshman Class Princess.
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Baurngardner, D. Zuver, C. Sucldufh, K.
Haynes, Miss Hoose, Miss Young. Row
ll: J. Cooper, D. Mondschein, M. Haynes,
M. Smith, R. Hammond, D. Greenwood,
C. Boyd, R. Webb.
I ONAL ONS
Row lf K. Young, E. Banks, A. Sasuga
Row II: S. Welsh, L. Flock, R. Baier, V
Gustayeson, A. Kittang. Row lllg R
Labale, C, Yurkovich, J. Cooper, C, Stein
man, R. Galanda, M, Blankenship, R
Sloan. Row lV: D. Masaki, R. Hammond
D. Greenwood, Mr. Rudolph. Row V1 B
Foster, J, Tweedy, R, Tiernan.
Kneeling: D. Masakl, M. Haynes, J. Wells, R. Tlernan, C. Haynes. Standing: C, Haynes, M.
Kucherer, V. Dobbins, B. King, D. Fox, K. Young, E. Banks, Mr. Armstrong.
Row I. Mr. Roderick, J. Jack
son, M. Reeves, A. Marzuile,
M. Stark. Row ll: B. Hammond,
M. Smith, R. Peterson, D. Robb,
M. O'Betz. Row Ill: D. Mend
Schein, D. Huffman, R. Kien
stead, T. Mounts.
Standing: B. Borrelli
D. Broos, E. .Jones
R. Webb, C. Eg
qlesfon, R. Comer,
A. Robinson, Mrs
Lindsey. Sitting. R
Preston, S. Auir, G
Lcihey, S. Welsh, I
Shinoda, S. Bundy,
V. Carter, H. Rose.
J. Albright, L. Fluck, C. Eiseie, R
Meyers, P. Leinweber, N. Mclnfyre
M. Roach, E, Banks, P. Miller, F
Fledon, C, Yurkovich, K. Sfrafos, M
Blankenship, N. Tarpey.
Row I: A. Sasuga, A. Kitfang, A. Kittang, V. Gustaveson, J. Albright, P. Miller, L. Beatle, M. Hanes, ,F. Feidon, Row II:
M. Blankenship, S. Welsh, M, Hubbert, Mr. Roderick, L. Davies, C. Marquand. Row lil: N. Tarpey, D. Heinline, F.
Row I. Charlotte Derryberry, Joey Morris, Janice Lacas. Raw ii: Mike Meditz, Lucinda Davis, Sharon Warnoi, Sue Edwards, Kathy Morris, Dennis
Lucas. Row iil: Nancy Harrison, Karen O'Cain, Jaaly Engstrom, Frank Vansteei, Myra Mitcheii, Karen Rivera, Janis Albright.
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OFFICERS: Laura Fluck, Julia Takayama, Rebecca Goldstein
Albright, Pam Flemming, Richard Sloan.
LIFE MEMBERS: Seated: Rosemary Galanda, Rebecca Goldstein, Laura
Fluck. Standing: Janis Albright, Richard Sloan, Jack Tweedy, Carolyn
Row I: Bob Hammond, Clayton Hamasaki, Phillip Paulin, Scott Triplit, Mike Tweedy, Carol Clarke, Susan Reeker, Virginia
Roberts, lrene Shinoda, Peggy Ackerman. Row ll: Steve Turner, Ron Peterson, Laura Fluck, Julia Takayama, Rosalie Preston,
Rebecca Goldstein, Rosemary Galanda, Pam Flemming, Janis Albright, Row lll: Terry Lewis, Richard Sloan, Jim Seiple,
Alan Johnson, Melody Friberg, Karen Hines, Sharon l-lines, Nancy l-lowes, Marilyn Blankenship,
Pres. Pat Meyer
V.P. Rosemary Galanda
Sec. Ginny Lahey
Treas. Sue Mever
l-list-Rep, Eileen Banks
Sr. Rep. Rebecca Goldstein
Jr. Rep. Kathy Lynch
Soph. Rep. Jan Eckersly
Fresh. Rep. Diane Archer
At the Girls' League Installation are the first and second semester Presi-
dents, Rosemary Galanda and Pat Meyer, and Mrs. Jaeger, sponsor.
Pres. Rosemary Galanda
V.P. Rebecca Goldstein
Sec. Claudia Yates
Carr. Sec, Janet Kimbrell
Treas. Judi Rynhart
l-list-Rep, Eileen Banks
Sr, Rep. Connie Eggleston
Jr. Rep. Robin Bingham
Soph. Rep. Mary Boughen
Fresh, Rep. Pam Boswell
This year's Posture Week winners were Louise Trembley, Charlene Metcalf, Carolyn Jensen, Pam Boswell, and Sharon Saddler.
Miss Freshman, Sally Lasse X
Our Miss Brooks, Miss See
Miss Steno, Mrs. Lilore
Mr. Novak, Mr. Armstrong
Phi Beta Kappa
Miss All-Round Girl, Nanci aarnczrd
Miss Junior, Julia Takayarno
Miss Sophomore, Mary Bouahen
Shown here iS the Swinqingest classroom on Miss "Head-A-Lettuce" interviews Miss "Lotta Students characterize teachers, who are easily
campus, with all ot' its individualists. Loot' at a typical Jollywood press conference, recognized.
'qht Pligzht -s written by Sally Laughney. The play is wrapped around a story ot surfers trying to get to Hawaii. The cast
'les Bill Mooneyham, Tom Rippy, Dennis Luhrnonn, Joy Coffee, and Anne Almeida.
"Juvie" was written by Kathy McDonald. lt is set in ci cluttered-up living roorn, giving accent to the problems of a teenage girl,
Lucille Grooms. Lynn Borenz and Duane Lyons help her with her problems.
Science Fiction was the rnain theme in 'Sector l508," attracting "oat-of-this-world" tans. Richard Tiernan, writer, telt that the cast
Maureen Rose, Jack Rose, anol Keith Benton left the audience spellboond.
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Rf FUN AND PROFIT
Hurd working luniors-Sc1Hy'Lougnney, Jud: Rynbort, Julio Tokoyomm, Cmny
Bynum, ond Sharon Coffeefcre busily seVMng Tickefs To The Donkey Bciskefbcxli
Game To raise money for The prom.
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Prince Alon Schworfz, Princess Eileen Bcxnks
Prince Ed Wcifson, Princess P
Princess Rosernciry Goldndo, Prince Jock Tweedy
Princess Nonci Borncird, Prince Richard Tierndn
Alvin Sasuga: ASB. President
lst Semester Student Court
Alvin Sasuga, Debbie Lifron, Judge Bobbie I-lornaris, Tom
Rippy, and Sally Laughney.
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2nd Semesfer Sfudenf Court
Jim Crew, Jolwn Buffalo, Tom Rippy, Carol Clark, Parsy Land-
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Alan Schwartz, Senior Class Pres., Judi Rynhart, Vice-Pres., Eddie Watson, Comm. of Athletics, Jim
Crew, Freshman Class Pres. Front Row: Janis Albright, Comm. of Records, Pam Flemming, Comm. of
Publicity, Robin Bingham, Comm. of Group Control, Bobbie Homans, Student Court Judge, Mary
Boughen, Sophomore Class Pres., Roger Webb, Comm. of Finance.
2nd Semester Council: Back Row, Coleen Long, Freshman Class Pres., Pam Flemming, Senior Class
Pres., Pat Meyer, Comm. of Group Control, Judi Rynhart, Junior Class Pres., Renate Baier, Foreign
Exchange Student, Nanci Barnard, Comm. of Finance, Ginny Homans, Comm, of Pep. Front Row:
Eddie Watson, Comm. of Athletics, Mary Boughen, Sophomore Class Pres., Rebecca Goldstein, Comm.
of Records, Robin Bingham, Comm. of Publicity, Rosemary Galanda, Girls' League Pres., Bobbie
Homans, Student Court Judge, Roger Webb, Vice-President,
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Once upon a Time I was The sTar aThleTe of Torrance High
School. I played in all sporTs and played each one well, as
my name Deadly DarTar TarTar implies. The Tans called me
DDT Tor shorT. In my Tour years aT Torrance High I had many
exciTing and memorable experiences. One remembrance ThaT
I cherish is of a TooTbalI game wiTh U.C.L.A. I Threw a curve
To The anchor man, buT The old horsehide bounced off his
cap back inTo my arms. I raced down The Track Tor The win-
AnoTher Time I was made a hero was in The IasT baseball
game of The season. I sTood aT home pIaTe awaiTing The
nexT piTch. As I waiTed, I was shivering in my shoes. Al-
Though iT was The middle oT January, I didn'T shiver Trom
cold buT from TrighT. The shoulder pads Those piTchers wear
make Them look frighTeningI As ThaT pigskin came hurTIing
Toward me, I swung my rackeT wiTh all my sTrengTh and senT
The fuzz ball ouT The window Tor afield goal.
In my IasT Track meeT The score was Three-love in The oTher
Team's Tavor wiTh buT one evenT IeTT. IT was The 440 and I
was running. On The TirsT Turn my TIaTs sTuck in The mud and
I Tripped, louT I picked myself up and ran down The courT
aT Tull speed. My heImeT even Tlew off. I danced pasT The
oTher runner and won by TwenTy IengThs. This won The game
for us and our Team won The wresTling championship.
ATTer I leTT, The school was noT auiTe The same. Even
Though Those Tour years I spenT There as a senior were greaT,
I don'T see how people can say Thaf old T.I-I.S. is living
happily ever aTTer
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brealm ,s against Lawnfalf 'Tick 'Th 2' . peqt
againsi 'NesT, and Brian Oli c'-1 .Zed "o f-Pic
for his regular sTandouT perlormo s.
OTher hopeful noTes were The fine aefens.x. per r- Tces
underclassmen Jeff Tonkel, Bob Sharpe, Terry Tiedernon, and .,nn K
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iobs These players did, plus The sparkling offense generaTed in The season finale
wiTh Lennox, spell brighT hope of 1965.
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Coach Tramham Coach Towle Coach Waffle
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While some Tormrs ore in CJCHDI1, most of ihe squad Weir in Cnticipcxtiori for Their chcv-ce.
This goes To prove o Turtor can bring anyone dowh One more sec. cmd someones run will be ot on end.
on his buck.
Domi worry. He never knew what hir him.
Heres what happens when cm player
loses 0 confocr.
Bees: FronT Row: B. Sfarr, B. Lynn, D. Edwards, S. Newman, S. McCready, F Kendall, D. Kline, W. Walsh, R. Hawkes, K. Granf, D. Kling, J. STA
T. Razo, K. Jackson, T, Hardage, R. Tyler. Second Row: D. Barns, Y. Barns, Y. Flores, K. lhara, M, Robards, K. Whearley, C, Williams, E Tallanf,
Garrison, R, Thornhill, M. Smifh, J. Randall, J Gilles, H. Graybehl, F. Blcunt, M. Tweedy, J. Hornbeck, R. Ybarra, Third Row: Coach Frank Simon, M
Infermill, C. Roio, L. Kreagle, R. Braddock, D. McMullen, R. McElhose, J, Smoof, L. Pia, M. Musso, S, Hull, M. Griffin, B. Bynum, B. Cano, S. Jasper
J. Gisf, J. Beahan, J. Polsfon, J. ArneTT, R. McTee, S. Medved, R. Wark, Coach Paul Howard.
Coached by Mr, Frank Simon and Mr. Paul Howard, The Bees scorched Their
way Through league play for a 5-O record and The league championship.
The Bees weren'T The only Team To do well. For The firsr year The Pioneer
League awarded an official championship in Cee foofball and The Tarfars were
successful in bringing home The firsT-place Trophy. AlThough The Team sTarTed
slowly wiTh losses in non-league play, They compiled a 4-l record for The official
The Cees are coached by Mr. John Corcoran and Mr. Dale Walker.
Cees: Fronf Row. R. Kiser, J. Billings, D. Shigekuni, T. Gassett, K. Roberfs, M. Randall, B. Schooley, F. Kline, R. Kelfz, B. Wilkes, F. Nourse, J. Pryofr
-ll Cook, T. Romero, M. VanKroligen, Second Row: Coach Walker, A. Lucero, Y. Ramirez, B, Moreno, B. Perez, E, Perez, E. Ortiz, G. Palma, L. l'lOWG"Cl, B-
Goodman, T. Fraser, D. Kelfz, J, Rowles, B. Watkins, L. lsbell, G. Goefisch, Coach Corcorcan. Third Rawi J. Schaefer, B. Ragsdale, K, Bill, S
Morales, J.'PaTrick, G. Benson, M. Gargalis, S. Anderson, H. Coleman, C. Hitchcock, M. Turner, A. Alvarez, C. Groven, M. Barber, B. Borrelli.
P Trisinaa KeiTh Blecikley Bill HambleTon Ed Miller Jim Miller
zlrrbin Rory Moran Mike Sfewarf Greg Parker Jim Pepper
DIQTZWOE RUNNERS OUTDIQVXNOED
The T964 Cross CounTry Team was led This year by ouTsTanding sophomore
runner, Mike Thomas, and senior Team capTain KeiTh Bleakley. The lack oT depTh
prevenTed a high standing in The Pioneer League Tinals ThaT were held aT
The oTher fine runners on This varsiTy Team included Bill l-lambleTon, Ed
Miller, Jim Miller, and Bob Brisbin.
The novice and iunior varsiTy Teams were composed of Jerry Linville, Rory
Moran, Greg Parker, Mike STewarT, and Jim Pepper.
GreaT Things are expecTed from These runners nexT year, since only one man,
senior KeiTh Bleakley, will be losT Through graduaTion.
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Standing. Coach Boerger, Robin Fischer, John Osborne, Bob Brennan, Jon Chaykovvski, Jim Oliver, Bart Johnson, Richard Davies, Walt Hale. Like
Troup, Dick Kruel, Bob Whitney, Jim Crockett, Coach Corcoran.
Kneeling: Managers Louis Velorde, Flash, and Jack Tweedy.
Coach Will Boergers i965 heroes burst from the third place league status they had held for five previous seasons
and blasted their way to the most dazzling basketball record in the forty-nine year history of the school! The Tartar
roundballers served early notice of their prowess when they ripped their way to the Consolation Championships in the
Pacific Shores and Beverly Hills Tournaments.
These impressive early victories were fashioned with a sparkling fast break offense featuring Senior Guard Bob
Brennan, a precision offense that was compared favorably in the public press with the best college offenses, and a tena-
cious defense keyed to the rebounding of Senior Forward Wally l-lale, Senior Center Rich Davies, and Sophomore Bart
Johnson. Hale and Johnson were the guns inthe pattern offense.
The Pioneer League season was even more impressive as the free-wheeling locals extended their victory skein to
fifteen consecutive. Each of the five league opponents fell twice before the onslaught of the inexorable Boerger's Bomb-
ers. Junior Fred Carpenter was a steady threat, Davies had to be honored, and the combination of Johnson and Hale
proved indefensible. Brennan continued to perform pyrotechnically.
West provided the only real note of suspense to an almost routine string of wins. At home, the inspired Warriors led
by one point with seconds to go, but succumbed to a patented, slashing drive down the key by 'iMr. Clutch," Bob Bren-
The CIF AA Playoffs added four more victories to the string and produced many pulse-stopping thrills. St. Monica
and Buena fought stalwart and worthy battles, but were subdued in the remaining instants by Brennan buckets in rep-
licas of those he made in the West game.
Luck played out in the Championship game, as Servite scored the Cinderella field goal to break a 60-60 tie with
nine seconds left in the game. Davies' after-the-buzzer shot went wide, and with it went the dream. Nonetheless, it was
Cl m0QVilflC9"tT SGGSOH . , . a tribute to the players and coaches who carved an unforgettable record in the annals of Tar-
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Johnson muscles the ball away from a Buena
defender as he leads the Tartars to a 52-51
victory. Bart scored 25 points in the fourth game
of the CIF campaign. The follow-up to this game
was a 65-61 win over Simi.
53 North . . ....... 55
62 Culver .. . . .39
60 West... ....58
66 Loyola ... . . . .56
57 North .... .... 6 7
53 Leuzinger .. .... 42
50 Bishop ... . . . .49
54 Ventura .... .... 6 5
68 Morningside .. .... 67
71 Alhambra ... . . . .56
77 Compton .. .... 62
70 West ...... .... 5 0
81 Montebello .. .... 62
76 Lawndale .. .... 53
98 Leuzinger . . .... 7O
84 Lennox .... .... 3 8
65 El Segundo .. .... 53
74 Aviation ... . . . .59
54 West .... .... 5 3
54 Aviation ... ....43
82 Lawndale . . .... 65
72 El Segundo .. .... 55
93 Lennox ............... 65
Hale rebounds tor Torrance against Lowell
in the second ClF game, Although our
Tartar five were behind at the halt they
outscored the Patriots 40-18 in the second
half to win 65-46.
55 St. Monica ......... 52
65 Lowell ... . . .46
52 Buena . . . . .51
65 Simi . . . . .61
60 Servite .. . , .62
The stands are packed with Tartar fans-students, parents, and faculty,
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outcome. 'Ne uoulcl If Wq,t und yell '- lW0F
Davies tries for our last shot, but the clock
ran out, with good fortune going to Servite.
Bob Brennan, All-CIF guard, scores on a layup against
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Hale hits o iamper in the final CIF game against
Servite. Wolters' 25-point performance was undoubtedly
the best of his 2-year career.
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Talented Bart Johnson, Tortar sophomore,
demonstrates fancy dribbling ability against
three Servite defenders,
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Top Row: D. Kruel, B. Doyle, T. Tiedeman, B. Sharpe, L. Stuckrafh, S. Rowe, A. Albright, N.
Sandstrom, R. Sullivan, Coach Corcoran. Bottom Row: D. Woodward, K. Grant, R. Ybarra, G. Strayer,
M. Branstetter, J. Smoot, M. Troup.
Varsity wasn't the only outstanding basketball team at Torrance this year.
The JV's were TO-O in the league and became the first JV team to go undefeated
in league play. The season record was a fabulous T3-l.
As captain, John Ziemke didn't hold the only honor. Dick Kruel was voted
the most valuable player and Bob Sharpe had dual recognition of being voted
most improved and most inspirational player.
Under Coach Davis's capable leadership, the defending B cham-
pions enioyed another successful season, finishing in second place A
with 8 wins and 2 losses. John Randall was team captain, Dwane J
Grim, the most valuable player, and Steve Jasper, the most improved '
Top Row: Coach Davis, L, Pio, D. Grim, B. Bynam, R. Sullivan,
S. Jasper, R, Owens, G. Galyardt. Bottom Row: A, Brown, B.
Cano, J. Randall, S. Russell.
Under Captain Bob Floyd the Cs earned a
third in the Pioneer League. Outstanding mem-
bers included Mike Randall, most valuable play-
er: Tim Venable, most improved, and Don Luca-
relli, most inspirational player.
Top Row. Coach Howard, K. Waters, J. Koozer, L. Vocke, A. Davis, M, Goettsch, J.
Gilliard, D. Lucarelli, M, Randall, J. Billings, B. Floyd. Bottom Row: K. Roberts, R. Keser,
T. Venable, J. Hose, A. Romero. 133
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Martinez squares oft against Schwartz.
Short and Hambleton wait for whistle.
Dodos goes in for fireman's carriage on
Felix sets up drop step against Fitzgibbon.
Top Row: E. Watson, J. Fitzgibbon, B. Dean, H. Dodos, D. Kline, N. Drey,
T. Lewis, P, Newhouse, Bottom Row: B. Schwartz, J. Martinez, A. Felix, B.
Short, B, Hambleton, F. Henderson.
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In maTches wlfia f he .ooln '965 g'ap,:ii:':f: refer- drop and
sweeps against or p- .71Ts
AlThough True ieoir. as ci ,vhol is vi -k, I --.ividuaf vvere sfrong.
Eddie VVaTson's blin J spe. gi along wi 1 The sTr. -'gTh of Terry Lewis en-
abled Them To go undefeated in dual maTches. The smallesT member CT The var-
siTy squad was Bob Schwarfz, who had a disadvantage because of his weighT.
AT The Torrance Tourney, Team capTain Jorge lVlarTinez, Paul Newhouse, and Hu-
berT Dodos Took second while Norm Drey, with his animal insTincTs, Took Third. A
newcomer, ArT Felix, came around To help Torrance in The league Tournamenf.
Sophomore David Kline had his biggesT momenT when he almosT pinned The CIF
championship. Bill HambleTon filled
in for Frank Henderson when Hen- '
derson received a leg iniury and was
sidelined for nearly The whole sea-
Drey and Lewis work from down posiiion. Dean and Kline r
Wafson and Henderson Tie up in TirsT period.
J.V. GRAPPLERS, Top Row. J. Linville, L. Strouse, B. Dean, J. Frier, R.
Rodriguez, H. Ragsdale. Bottom Row: M. Hanes, B. Borrelli, G. Cisneros,
P. Paulin, B. Drey.
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Bottom Row: M. incorvia, D. Dupuis, K. Ihori. Top Row. J. Beahanf F.
Feldon, J. Kllne
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Bottom Row: D. Svvearinger, S, Turner, C. Groven, D. Hwara, N. Buck, J.
Nandy. Top Row: T. Meadows, D. Massie, M. Kinfz, M. Horrmbeck, C.
Coach Gerald Holland Pole Vaulters: D. Schlert, M.
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Distance Runners Shvt PUTTGVS
Bottom Row: M, Rodgers, M. Stewart, K. McMullen, M. McGuire, E. Miller, Bottom Row. R, Rodriguez, C. Roio, M, Randall, B. Braddock, J. Buffalo
S. Tripplet. Top Row: K. Bleakley, B. Brishan, J. Miller, M. Thomas, J. B. Dehn, Top Row: D. Kelsey, J. Standridge, L. Kraegel, J. Gisi, K
Koozer, R. Owens, L. Pia Benton, M. TweedY'
Although the Pioneer League Varsity Track competition was completely monopolized by Aviation's
mighty Falcons, head coach Jerry l-lollands and assistant coach John Trantham's entries proved some
very tough opposition, particularly in the field events and middle distances. ln The pole vault the local
contingent had a tough one-two punch in seniors Adrian Vandenheuval and Dave Schlert. Both have
cleared T2 feet.
Other good marks posted to date are Tom Meadows' iO.5 in the TOO-yard dash and 22.9 for the
220-yard dash, Keith Bleakeys 2:04 half-mile time, Terry Lewis' 49-toot heave in the shot put, and
sophomore Tom Schemenauefs 6-toot high-iump mark.
Front .11 D. Yak, L. Snyder, D. McKenzie, D. Kling, C. Smith J. Randal, F. Kendall, S. lnTermill. Back Row: R. Highfill, M. Blankinship, Coach Walker
J. Malone. J. Chaykowski, B. Sharpe, S. Kealey, P. Hull, L, Durcher, B. Jchnson, S. Horton, J. Polsfon, D, Barnes.
Torrance High Schools vc1rsiTy baseball Team, as described by Mr.
Walker, The Team coach, is a "fine group oT hard-vvorking boys."
They sTarTecl The season vviTh Tvvo non-league games, a win over
Bishop MonTgomery 4-2 and a loss To CenTennial 2-O in eighT innings.
AT seasons end TarTars were Third in The Pioneer League.
The besT hiTTers-McKenzie, a iunior, Johnson, a sophomore, I-lull
anol Snyder, seniors-were named by Coach Walker. Good piTching is
expecTeol Trom Sharpe and Kealey, boTh iuniors. Defensive sTars, as
named by Mr. Walker, are boTh iuniors-Danny Kling anal Chris SmiTh.
Since The Team is mosTly iuniors and sophomores, nexT year They vvill
show even more promise Than This year. The mosT improved player is a
sophomore, Fred Kendall, one oT The many hopes Tor an even beTTer
Team nexT year.
El Segundo Torrance... ... 2
WesT ... Torrance... ... 3
AviaTion . Torrance 7
Lavvnclale . Torrance... ... 9
Leuzinger Torrance 3
Rolling Hills Torrance 2
Lennox . . . Torrance 4
AviaTion . Torrance A
Lennox .. Torrance... . . .19
Lennox . .. Torrance
El Segundo Torrance A
WesT .... Torrance
AviaTion . Torrance
Lavvndale Torrance -4
Lennox . . . Torrance
El Segundo Torrance
WesT .... Torrance 3
Coach Walker 138 Sreve Keuley
a Tarfar pifcher
Back Row. J. Waters, R. Faeth, D, Woodward, J. Crockett, G. Hooser, D. Grim, T. Hartley. Front Row. M, lntermill, G. Strayer, G. Cisnerzxj R. Vidal,
B Cano A. Duarte, Not in picture. B. Bynum, R. Thornhill, D. Greenwood, K. Waters, M. Waxman, J. Polston, G, Galyardt, R. Moron L. Dennis, D.
L orelli S. Hull, R. Ybarra.
With an 8-5 record, the J.V. Baseball team
finished in second place in the Pioneer League.
This year's J.V. Team was led by Captain
James Crockett. James Polston was named the
most valuable player, and Gene l-looser was
named the most improved player. The sports-
manship award vvas won by Ray Vidal. Much ot
the success ot this year's promising team goes
to the good coaching of Mr. Boerger.
West .7 Tartars..... 9
Aviation .. . O Tartars .... . l
West . . . Tartars
Lennox ..... Tartars
EI Segundo Tartars
Aviation .... Tartars
Lennox . Tartars
Aviation . . . Tartars
Lennox ..... Tartars
El Segundo Tartars
West .... . . Tartars
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Chuck Curriutt 4th, Varsity Jim Ulrich 5th, Varsity
Tom Waddell ond Alon Johnston Barry Gorrcbrcmt cmd Greg Bqrreff
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Bottom Row: M. Gargalis, T. Walls, D. Shigeiuni, M. Carpenter, S. lhori. Top Row: B, Hammond, T. Cristofferson, B.
Goodrich, L. HurnisTon, C. Harnasaki, F. Blount.
Coach Howard Towle Talks wiTh Coach Sutherland of West
High, formerly of T,H.S.
WiTh a record of 8-l The Varsify Tennis Team became The firsT in THS hisfory To enTer CIF. AT press Time The Team had
won Their firsT round in CIF wiTh a score of QOVZ-7112. Led by Three seniors - Rick Adams, Mike Shinoda, and George
Lopez - The varsiTy had beTTer balanced sTrengTh Than in recenf years. The seniors were admirably supporfed by Two
sophomores in The fourTh and fifTh singles posifions - Chuck CurnuTT and Jim Ulrich, boTh undefeaTed in league play.
Doubles sTaTions were well manned, wiTh iuniors Torn Waddell and Alan Johnsfon operaTing as The firsT doubles uniT.
They were backed by Two seniors, Greg BarreTT and Barry GarrabranT. The laTTer duo were converTed fooTball players, buT
had Tremendous compeTiTive spiriT and represenTed The greaTesT improvemenf on The Team. BarreTT had never played
Tennis before, buT more Than carried his share of The load for This pair.
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Yell Leader, Nanci Barnard, President, Ginny Ho-
mans, Vice President, Bobbie Homans, Recording
Secretary. Standing: Rena Chavez, Sports Man-
ager, Valerie Gustaveson, Historian-Reporter, Cheryl
Waters, Sports Manager, Miss See, Sponsor, Debbie
Lifton, Treasurer, Carolyn Jensen, Sports Manager,
Maureen Rose, Sports Manager, lNot pictured Kay
Roberts, Secretaitf, and Pat Adams, Yell Leaderl.
FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE MEMBERS
Sitting: M. Hernandez, D. Wheatley, B. Nelson, D. Dyer, S. Adams, C.
Ogren, J. Engstrom, S. Katsuki, N. Harrison, K. O'Cain, C. Tomasada,
C. DerryBerry, R. Chavez, J. Davis, 2nd Row: J Lucas, J. Wilson, C.
Clarke, L. Adams, S. Ault, P, Robinson, D. Broos, P. Brummett, D
Beezley, L. Echols, L. Mayeda, Y. Burnett, D. Kasari, R. Black, C. Ward
3rd Row, K. Justice, K. Bray, L. Sprout, D. Garrobrant, S. Dennis, J
Houde, S. Ordaz, L. Davis, M. Chiono, J Hickman, J. Kennedy, vi
Roberts, D. Kasari, K. Kern, M, Roach, 4th Row: C. Dearden, J. Davis
S. McGuire, L. Gilbert, C. Geruc, B. Wilson, S. Warnol, C. Saddler.
Kneeling, Rena Chavez, Yell Lea der, Cathy
Yurkovich, Secretary, Sharon Dennis, Sports Man-
ager, Miss See, Sponsor, Donna Broos, Sports Man-
ager. Standing: Janet Kimbrell, Yell Leader, Ginny
Lahey, Yell Leader, Nanci Barnard, Recording
Secretary, Ginny Homans, President, Bobbie Homans,
Vice President: Caroll Yurkovich, Treasurer, Kathy
Tidmarsh, Historian-Reporter, Cheryl Saddler, Sports
Manager, Becky Wilson, Sports Manager, lNot
Pictured, Lynn Williams, Honorary Memberl.
JUNIOR AND SENIOR MEMBERS
Sitting, R. Jones, C. Jensen, D. Wahl, K. Roberts,
K. Johnson. 2nd Row: C. Yurkovich, V. Gustaveson,
C. Yurkovich, M. Rose, L. Davey. 3rd Row, J.
Kimbrell, K. Tidmarsh, S. Wilson, C. Waters, G.
Homans, B. Hornans, J. Burque, P. Adams.
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basKffTb.'r5!, and soTTball. f-'evv rnis yer is .T e Thur ,. ,
nighT bowl.: , league. Tennis, Trampoline, and ping pong
are offered as individual sporTs.
This ,fear Torrance was hosTess Tor a baskeTball play-
day held aT Lawndale High. IT was seT To The Them'e of
"GAA, Vis'iTs The Olympics."
GAA. members have made many new friends and
had many good Times TogeTher. Some girls have served
on cabineTg orhers have helped Their Teams To vicTory.
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HOWTO AN ANNUAL WFIHOUTPEALLY
Once upon a Time a classful of students decided to write a book. lt couldn't be iust an ordinary book,
it had to be full of action, sentiment, and surprises. Although these students wanted to write such a book,
they were reluctant to work so hard writing it. So-they decided to try the technique used by Tom Sawyer
when he white-washed the fence.
When Taylor Publishing Company heard about the book, Taylor was eager to do the printing. Next,
fustin Studios put through a call showing enthusiasm for doing the photography. They pleaded so hard
to help that the students agreed to let them send their three best phoographers-Mr. Jackson, Mr. Frost,
and Mario. When the Torrance Press Herald and Bill Borrelli of the TNT staff wanted some of their pic-
tures included, the staff complied.
Now the book was really swinginf Out of the cloudy grey sky the TNT asked to be included in the
work. Then came the faculty members, who begged to help with write-ups and to let kids out of class so
they could supervise the work.
Everything was now ready except for one thing-money. To help with this problem, Torrance mer-
chants and businessmen asked if their establishments could be advertised in the book. When they found
this was possible, they generously gave the needed finances.
With so much enthusiastic endeavor, naturally the book was finished in good order. Sales skyrocketed
and ll5O copies were sold, Ever hear of a better success story? Or ofa happier staff?
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