Ulm American High School - Marauder Touch Yearbook (Neu Ulm, Germany)
- Class of 1986
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Ulm American High School
eu Ulm, West German
Class, spirit, academics, sports, togetherness are a few things that
make up our school. Through our high school years we are touched
by these things and more. Through daily contact with school life We
are changed forever. As Well as being touched, we also touch others
by our participation in events at UHS. Our input inevitably alters
the outcome of these events. Every Marauder on these pages of this
yearbook has affected our lives. All of this is the "Marauder
Touch"-Amy Uuereb, Editor.
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In or out of school, Ulm is a beautiful place
to live and relax.
Pictures Clockwiseg QD Downtown Ulm, a
great place to shop C21 The back of the
Elementary School, before construction. C35
The crowded lunchline C45 The temporary
portable C55 The famous trash can, it was
removed because of the construction. C65
Wiley Field during a football game. C75 Ulm
Banhof Q81 The Donau River from the
Touch Of lm
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Clubs 8a Organizations
Ulm Says Hello!
A hello and a smile is what makes Ulm so
special. Here are some students who think
Top Right: Tanya Manibusan says a classic
hello from the Leipheim bus.
Left: Stephanie R. waves from a classroom
window while Mrs. Moore, Kristen M.,
Simone C., and Cindy J. say hi from the
Top Left: Tanya Walley and Jenny
Jimmenz smile from Mr. Stewart's room to
a friend below.
Mr. Gordon G. Gartner, Principal
Mr. Gartner has been principal
of the high school since the
opening in 1981. He would like to
wish the class of 1986 the best of
luck and good fortune in the future
years to come.
The Fabulous Faculty!
Norman J affee
Education Program Manager
High School Counselor
High School Secretary
Mary Beth Arnot
World History, Government,
Psychology, Social Studies,
Learning Development, Vollyball
Math, Algebra, Science, 9th
Science, Biology, Chemistry
Geometry, General Math,
English, Pre-Algebra, Yearbook.
Librarian, Basketball Coach, 7th
Mary Frederick ' '
Computers, Business Lab,
Home Ec, Science, Student
Council, Sophomore Class
English, Newspaper, Drama.
Ms. Slattery points out new
students to Mrs. Johnson and Mrs.
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anything that is headed for him.
English, US History, Sports
Director, Golf Coach, Soccer
English, Spanish, French, Senior
Class Sponsor, NHS.
Industrial Arts, Math, Jr. Class
Social Studies, US Histo
P.E., Nova Tanz, Health,
Social Studies, English,
Algebra, Science, Physics,
Advanced Math, Football Coach,
Art, Video Arts, Honor Art
Band, Guitar, Choir.
School Nurse, Outdoor Club.
Reading, Testing, 8th Grade
German, World Regions.
Cooperative Work Experience
Ulm Facult !
Either in the classroom or after
school activities, Ulm's Staff is
ready to help the students anyway
Mrs. Cash looks up a phone
number for Mrs. King.
Teachers, like students, enjoy a
break from the set schedule. Pep
rallies and extra-curricular ac-
tivities are very popular with the
Top Left: Miss Larson tells her dance class which way to dance. football team at a pep rally.
Top Right: Mr. and Mrs. King introduce Mr. Rosser and his Mr. Nesheim shows Tracy Sherman how to thread a loom.
Breath Of Mormngl
Top Left: Michelle Krebill and J oeylynn Shaw rush to
Top Right: Van Boone stops to remember if he locked
the door or not.
Above: Pia Greenwall walks in to school smiling but
the day ahead might not always be as happy.
Right: Michelle Richardson tries to beat the crowded
hallways but it is even worse outside.
School begins each morning at
8:20. Students stream in by
different modes of transportation.
Some arrive by bus after a long ride
from Memmingen or Gunzberg,
while others walk or ride from
Vorfeld Housing area.
Clockwise: D Chris Degler decides
on needed supplies for the day. 27
Phil Jones escorts a new "girl" to
school. 35 The Memmingen bus. 45
Ira Briggs rolls in for another day.
Clockwise: ll Senior Hall is always one of
the centers of activity. 25 Students enjoy
the hallway bustle for as many seconds as
they can squeeze from the clock before
entering the classroom door. 31 Gina
Pennington and Kirsten Miller share a
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Keeping In Touch In
Almost 116 hours of the average
students day is spent in the halls of
UHS. That's longer than any class
period. The time is not wasted but
is used to keep up on all the news
of the day. We all keep in touch in
Top: Kristy and James say hello to
Above: Jackie dreams about the
warm beaches of Puerto Rico.
Right: i'What, more homework?"
The senior class showed their
spirit in everything they did. They
all worked toward graduation but
they definatly left their mark at
UHAS. Good Luck Class of 1986!
Seniors seem to smile and laugh more than
the lower classmen. The class officers fright
topl, Mitch Jaffey, Mike Wilkins, Joanna
Jerome, and Jackie Rivera join fellow
classmen fright bottoml Cathy Daugherty,
Kristen Lucas, and James Cable in their
Senior year is full of challenge and triumphs. It is a time of
just rewards and hopeful anticipation. It is also a time of
mischief and it takes a good smile to get out of trouble.
Jenifer Stephens displays the smile that gets her out of trou-
It's not all smiles though. Mitch Jaffey and Kelli Cathey show
another side of senior life.
Senior life is not always fun. The future weighs heavy on the
shoulders of a senior. Graduation is great but it comes with a
TOUCH of reality.
Kelli Cathey, Sharyn Howard, Jackie Rivera, Jenifer Stephens,
Julie Szilagyi, and Sydney Jones show humor smoothes the
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Jackie R. 8 Mike W.
Joanna J. 5 Rob R.
Pam T. 8 James N.
Syd J. 8 Leon C.
Sharyn H. 8 Tony M.
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Ski Week Hinterbrand
Model United Nations Year-
book TAG Basketball
Statistician and Manager.
Reach out and touch the
world and youll never lose.
Thanks mom and dad and all
those who care.
Drama Speech Team Pep
Club Soccer Volleyball Stu-
dent Council Model United
Nations Ski Week. Life is a
series of experiences each one
of which makes us bigger
even though some times it is
hard to realize this. -Henry
Ford. Thanks Dad and Julie
Leon Cooper Jr.
Football Basketball Track.
Mistakes aren t so bad until
they become the only thing
Varsity Swim Team Chorus
Homecoming Court Basket-
ball Manager Pep Club Na-
tional Junior Honor Society.
Mitch J affee
Concert Band Cross Country
Tennis Senior Class Pres.
Hinterbrand MUN JSHS
Ski Week National Honor
Society Student Council.
-Keep reaching for the
stars but if you only make it
to the clouds look down and
enjoy the view. Thanks
Mom and Dad.
Class Officer Senior Class Of-
ficer STUCO Rep. Yearbook
Newspaper. Not everything
that is faced can be changed
but nothing can be changed
until it is faced. Thanks
mom and dad for all the
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Cheerleader, Ski Week, Ten-
nis, Honor Art Society, Stu-
dent Council. "Everybody's a
star, but your shine is as
bright as your mind."
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SCA Representative, French
Club, Drill Team, Flag Corps,
Basketball Manager, FBLA,
Football, Basketball, Soccer,
Band, Model United Nations,
Powder Puff Cheerleader.
Football Basketball Manager
Soccer Wrestling Ski Week
Football Powder Puff
Cheerleader To the seniors
of 87 work hard and your
time will come Robert P
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Football Soccer Powder Puff
J ennlfer Stephens
Track Cross Country
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YABA Well always be
together ln our memorles
Thanks to Ms Larson and
everyone else who made thls
year specral to me Good Luck
Andrew I hope you have as
much fun as I dxd
Football Track Baseball
ROTC Dr1ll Team Color
Guard Wow' I can t beheve I
made It I m a graduate
ROTC Softball Basketball
Happmess lsnt somethmg
you find 1ts somethmg you
create Thanks mom and
dad for puttmg up with me all
these years I love you very
Soccer Football Computer
Club FBLA Presldent GMC
Mxhtary Dnll Team CWE
Don t thmk about lt just do
t Good Luck Adam and
Kevm but especlally Amy
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CLOCKWISE: Rob, Robert, and Tony hide their faces in
shameg A group shot of hard-working seniors in government
class-Sharyn, Jackie, Jennifer, Sydney, Juli, Mitch, Kelli,
and John, a lonely junior! Juli, a perfect example of an
organized person. Joanna shows class in her jeans jacket.
It has been said that clothes
make the person, but we here at
Ulm High School know that that is
not always true. Our unique per-
sonalities and friendliness touch
many lives proving that we have
Top: Hi Mom!
Left: Members of the Junior and
Freshman Powder Puff team
showing their spirit.
Right: Sleak, slick, Chajuana
Smith enjoying life.
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS!
Bottom Row: Karen Daugherty,
VPg Kristen Lucas, Pres.g Kari
Miller, Secretary. Top Row: Ling
Gramling, Treasg Bob Haro,
Sophisticated Sophomores--Class Of '88'
Harold J imenezfGuyJ
Dana fGoodenl McDaniel
Top Left: Few of the fresh Maraudere crew.
Top Right: Sophomore Class Officers-Pres:
TeeCee Corbins, Vice Pres: Stephanie Reichert,
Sec!Treas: Eduardo Andujar, Class Rep:
Bottom Left: Pete Lovo caught in the act.
Bottom Right: Members of the M.L. Band Aid
Club lipping out.
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The Fine Class Of '89
From left to right:
President: Claudine Germain
Vice President: Erica Jones
Student Council Rep.: Yari
The Freshman Class brought a
tinge of "fresh" ideas and energy
to the upper classes. Their
enthusiasm showed through in
sports, academics, and day-to-
day life. Their continued spirit
will help them be superior
sophomores in the year ahead.
Time For Class!
Right: Phil Jones, ready to get away from class any
Below: Kristen Lucas, helping Mitch Jaffee with an
equation in trigonometry.
Bottom Right: Kirstan Miller takes a break in typing.
All work and no play makes Ulm students bored. Everyone gets
serious about school work but that doesn't mean they don't have
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The junior high classes show
vigor and spunk when taxed with
difficult situations, which prepare
them to enter high school.
Above: Getting ready for a
Left: Sangdow Lawter says hello.
Right: Laura Bare and Tania Fitz-
simmons enduring the day.
Excellent Eighth Grade
Carl Thomas III
SEVENTH GRADE RETAKES
President-Stephanie Lucas, VP-Simone
Dunlavey, Student Council Rep.-Sharon
Sens1t1ve Seventh Graders
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J olina Owens
Jesus Paez III
Joey Lynn Shaw
Georgette Germain President
Pete Lovo-Class Rep
Jess Reno-Vice President
Senior High Superlatives!
BIGGEST FLIRTS: Tanya Walley
8: Tony Boutwell
CLASS CLOWNS: Gina Martin KL
MOST ATHLETIC: Amacure
Harris Sz Kristen Lucas
BEST EYES: Kari Miller 8a
BEST BODIES: Yad Yari Andujar
Sn Eduardo Andujar
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Everyone picked as superlatives were voted on by grades 9, 10,
The Student Faculty Volleyball
game was held to raise money for
MUN so they could go to the
Netherlands. The girls' volleyball
team was a tough opponent for the
rugged faculty team. The game was
fun for all.
Top: Miss Larson looks like she has the
game under control as referee.
Above: Michelle Halpin helps her
teammates cover the court.
Left: That must of been some shot, Mrs.
Student Faculty Volleyball
Having fun is one of the things
that Ulm High is all about. Our
school is filled with many happy
faces that reflect contentment
which is vital to the learning pro-
cess. From cheezin' it up to goofing
off, our unique atmosphere
enriches the spirit at our school.
Top: Tara H. tells the
photographer, "You ain't gonna
worry me, just hurry up and take
Left: Juli and Syd displaying op-
Right: Leroy Hammin' it up.
Above: Jessie P. and Patrick S. clowning around.
Right: Ron S., Irvin T., and William H. stripping for the camera.
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As a major factor of extra-curricular ac-
tivities, sports are enjoyed by eyeryone.
Either on the court or on the sidelines, they
are a definite part of our school.
Top: Leon makes a touchdown.
Above: Volleyball rallies for a victory.
Left: Ulm tips the ball in for a basket.
Leon Cooper outsmarts a Giessen defender for a large gain. Jim
my Loveless offers additional protection.
Coach Klemmer and Coach Moore watch
anxiously from the sidelines.
Throw that football, Anthony Rangel! James Nichols takes a water break.
The Krash Krue!
Left: Amacure Harris fighting off defenders to make yardage
Below: Gina Martin asks the magical question: "Water
ULM MARAUDER FOOTBALL TEAM
A. Harris, A. Rangel, L. Gramling, V. Boone, J. Haro, B. Haro, L
Cooper, J. Loveless, R. Rodriguez, M. Wall, D. King, J. Nichols
R. Russel, L. Taylor, R. Perales, D. Sparks, B. Malone, T. Malone
M. Wilkins, W. Hampton, S. Jackson, J. MacDaniels, G. J imenez,
. D. McNeal, M. Andujar, D. Boone, D. Wanner, T. Boutwell
, Assistants: Gina Martin and Kari Miller. Coaches: Mr. Rosser
and Mr. Moore.
The tennis team changed
seasons from a spring to a fall
sport. With the exception of Juli
and Sydney, the team consists of
mostly freshmen. The team didn't
have a victorious season but they
show lots of promise for next fall.
Bottom row: Tammi Brusegaard,
Jennifer King. 2nd Row: Tiffany
Pickins, Stephanie Lucas, Heather
Nets And Tees
Stewart, Becky Orona. Top Row:
Ben Jones, Syd Jones, Juli
Szilagyi, Angela Ballard, Sherry
Ackerman, Todd Pickins, David
Ackerman, Mrs. Arnot.
Right: Tiffany P. Waits for the
Below: Becky practices with the
Above: The Tennis Team rallies for a victory.
The very first season for the Ulm Golf team proved to be successful.
Tony Krebill placed 5th in Germany and Brian Malone, who had
never played golf before, did very well also. Mr. Kingls excellent
guidance was a major factor in this team's success.
From Left to Right: Kelli Cathey, Tanya
Walley, Tracy Sherman, Whitney Stewart
QMJ, Yari Andujar, Becci Schafer, Michelle
Halpin, Jenny Jimenez, Cathy Daugherty,
Kristen Lucas fCaptainJ.
Top of photo: Mr. Arnot cheering with his
Left: Cathy D. waiting to return a set.
Left Middle: A power bump by Tanya
Left Bottom: Cynthia Bramlett follows
through on a good return.
Above: Kristen L. sets the ball over the net.
The girls vollyball team coached by Mr. Ar-
not had a successful season. The team went
to Small Schools Championships and
brought home 6th place. The Stars and
Stripes players from Ulm were Kristen
Lucas and Tanya Walley. Congratulations
to the whole team!
The Boys Basketball team showed much
improvement this year. They worked hard
as a team and proved that they are true
Marauders, withou a doubt. Leon Cooper
was choosen for all-conference.
Marauders, we are proud of you!
Right: Mr. Moore gives his team the
The team is: Van Boone, Jimmy Matt Wall, Leon Cooper fCapt.J
CPoo Bearj Loveless, Robert Chip McNeal, Harry Morgan and
Borrego, Anthony Rangel, GinaMartinfMgr.D
Amacure Harris, Coach Moore,
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Left: "I don't know about all this. . ." is Anthony RanGel's remark
after Coach Moore sends him in.
Below: Leon Cooper waits for Marcos Andujar to make his free
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Leon shoots a free shot. Giessen wonders where the Ulm
hid the basketball.
The Girls Jump
For The Top!
Still one of the most popular
sports at UHS, the ladies
basketball team cranked out a
winning season. The girls worked
more as a team this year to make
the games fun for all.
Top: Tracy, Pia, and Andrea wait to be
subbed in while managers Tara and Risa
Right: Cynthia goes for a jump ball.
Below: Verena shoots for the extra point.
Fresh As Always . . .
Ms. Larson tells the team the plan of attack.
Women's Basketball Team Record:
Ms. Larson CCoachJ, Kristen Shultz, Lisa Kitter, Kirsten Lucas Attencio, Verena Sexton, Lynn Howard, Cynthia Bramlett
fCapt.J, Pam Thorten fCapt.J,Michelle Halpin,Angrea Kotowski, Michelle Bragg, Yari Andujar, Pia Greenwall, Joyce Christian
Tara Hemingway fMgr.l, Ms. Frank fCoachJ, Tracy Rose, Pam Risa Ewings QMgr.J
The at Slappers!
The Ulm wrestling team,
coached by Mr. Rosser this year
was small. The team didn't win any
meets because they didn't have a
full team. However, they proved
that they were true Marauders by
winning most, if not all of their
matches at each meet. The Ulm
Wrestlers are: Capt. James
Nichols, Bob Haro, Joe Haro, Greg
Pece, Ramon Rogregiuz, Emmit
Hines, Stoney Hanes. Managers:
Jenny Jimenz, Kari Miller.
Top: Joe Haro battles it out with a competitor.
Middle Left: Emrnitt viciously attacks his victim.
Middle Right: The Ulm Wrestling team warms up for a match.
Above: Stoney prepares to meet his foe.
Right: James is victorious over his Karlsruhe opponent.
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Very few weeks pass without at
least one special event to break up
a set routine. These interruptions
make life at UHS less regimented
and more fun.
Clockwise: 11 Students listen to a
Christmas concert. 21 Roy McNeal
and Tammy Brusgaard get into
Switch Day. 35 A sign of the times.
Homecoming court starting with 7th grade, left to right: Bianca Bottom left: Michelle Bragg and Derek King The Shade
Kotowski, Tanya Manabushan, Claudine Germain, TeeCee Cor- Brigade.
bins, Kristen Lucas, Juli Szilagyi, Sharyn Howard, and Joanna Bottom rightg What does the L stand for Bridget?
Homecoming '85 had Marauders in Mo-
tion as it's theme. Students depicted the
theme using deep, dark jungles, hot air
balloons among other things. The theme
was also used as a guideline to decorate
wagons as floats, a new idea this year.
Juniors won lst prize for their hall and the
seniors captured top honors for their float.
The week began with Switch Day, followed
by 50's Day, Rambo Day, Senior Diction
Day. Thursday, an exciting powder puff
football game was played in which the
juniorffreshman team blanked the
seniorfsophomore team, 12-0.
Thursday evening a huge bonfire roared
behind the school. The fire and Friday's
boisterous pep rally provided the necessary
shove for the football team victory over
Fulda, 31-30 in a real nail-biter. The girls
were also victorious in volleyball, assuring
themselves a berth in the championships.
Marauders In Motion
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1. At right-Mikki Wall doing Homecoming Court, left to right:
some serious thinking. Rob Russell, Juli Szylagyi, Leon
2. Below left-Kari Miller lO0ki1'1g Cooper-King, Joanna
for a future in the World Series. J erome-Queen, Sharyn Howard,
3. Below right-Our Senior Robert Perales,
4. Above-Bonnie Carter is very interested in her subject.
5. Tony Boutwell-Business as usual!
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Left to right: Class of 89 shows the
"Marauder Touch". Kevin Brown, Donnie
Boone, Roy McNeal, and Irving Taylor on
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Ackerman. Yari Andujar is pursued by Dana Gooden and TeeCee
A friendly smile is always easy to 2. Below-Simone Corbette flashes
find on the ULM Campus. a friendly smile!
1. Right-Derek King, William 3. Below right-Miss Larson's
Hampton, and Matt Lovo discuss famous gym class!
Derek's taste in dress.
4. Kristen Lucas-Going for the Gold-and a touchdown!
5. Right-Rob Russell and Matt Wall trying a new step!
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Top: Bob Haro, Marcos Andujar and Chip McNeal-"Where were
you born?" Bottom Left: Ira Briggs helping out. Bottom Right:
Michelle, Dana and Demetric take a break.
The Classroom Touch
Left: Here is what happens on our football
team, William H. is a perfect example.
Below: The typical German class. Lisa S.
sleeping while Tanya W., Heather M., and
Sean S. take a break.
Middle Left: Chajuana Smith the perfect
example of a girl out of time. Well, actually
it is just 50's Day.
Bottom Right: Tina R. and Damian F. in-
tently listening to the lecture Cwell maybe
with a little distraction . . . SNAPD
Bottom Left: Tammy B. and Jennifer K.
live near the world, but Derek K. lives under
At Ulm High School, the classroom touches Sometimes events outside the classroom
everyone in a different way. When the invade the class giving a carnival-like
students enter their classrooms, they find atmosphere.
learning, humor, drama, or perhaps sleep.
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Here at Ulm High School, we offer a wide
variety of clubs and organizations for the
students to chose from. The clubs and
organizations, however, are nothing without
the participation of the student body. They
are the ones who make activities
Drama club hams it up.
'tWe sure do love these new Wigs, Mrs.
"They expect us to go on after that?
A Hint Of Politics
Student Council is: Yari Andujar, Claudine Germain,
Kelli Cathey fPresidentJ, Kristen Lucas, Bob Haro,
Cathy Daughtery, fSec!Treas.J, Gina Martin QVPJ,
Jackie Rivera, Mitch J affee, Stephanie Lucas, Sharon
Kennelly, Michelle Bragg, TeeCee Corbins, Pete
Lovo, Georgette Germain. Advisor: Mrs. Haupt.
Top: Kelli gets involved in a debate.
Left: Haupt. Members put in their ideas.
Student Council is made up of class presidents and
1 rep from each class. They sponsored the Sadie
Hawkins dance along with other terrific projects.
Model United Nations
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This year the MUN students
represented the country of East
Germany. Jon Pece was
ambassador and the delegation
consisted of 10 members. The
students did research on East
German opinions of world issues so
they might be able to participate in
MUN activities at the
Congresgebouw in The Hague,
Pictured are: Ambassador Jon
Pece, Bob Haro, Kelli Cathey, Ling
Gremling, Kristen Lucas, Mitch
J affee, Heather Mitchell, Amy
Uuereb, Karen Daugherty, Cathy
Daugherty, James Cable, Michelle
Bragg, Kari Miller, Kristy
Shepard, Tiffany Pickens, Gina
Martin. Advisor: Nancy Yoder.
Above Left: Karen, Cathy, Leon
and Jon say hello.
Above: The Netherlands
A Touch Cf Spirit
The power force of cheerleaders
showed their spirit through
energetic cheers and chants. From
pep rallies to homecoming their
enthusiasm has infected the stu-
dent body tremendously.
From left to right: Joanne Garland
CAD, Claudine Germain, Nicki
Spencer, Julie Brusgaard, Risa
Ewings, Lisa Kitter, Amy
Southerland, and Joanna Jerrome
Right: Julie showing her usual
Below, left: Claudine asks the
crowd, "Are team is what?"
Above: The girls showing their spirit at a pep rally.
Right: The Cheerleaders showing their 'tSuccess" pyramid.
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act to follow. Lots of problems and loss of
crowd support seemed to major in the
begining but the girls shone through by the
end of the season. Six hours of cheering a
weekend and a lot of practice proved to be
very effective in the long run. All the
cheerleaders thank Mrs. Moore for all her
time and support.
From Top to Bottom: Claudine Germain,
Tiffany Pickens, Amy Uuereb, Sherry
Ackerman, Bridget Germain, Cindy Jones.
Above: Advisor Lou Moore joins in too on a
Tiffany, Bridget, Sherry and Amy finish a
cheer while hoping for a Marauder victory.
Top Left: Miss Larson teaching a new dance
Top Right: A flying routine to the "Bird",
Above: Stephanie Lucas stretches out.
Right: I wonder what Santa,s Helpers are look-
Nova Tanz Dances To The Stars!
Nova Tanz is a jazzy, dance group that
performs at halftime during football and
basketball games. Under the direction of
Miss Maggie Larson, the group is con-
sidered having the best dance style in
Europe. Their performance at camp last
September brought them home with
superior ratings and the respect of other
drill teams and dance groups in Europe.
Bottom Row: Tara Hemingway, Stephanie
Lucas. 2nd Row: Risa Ewings, Amy Uuereb,
Heather Stewart, SukHee Kim, Lynn
Howard, Stephaniee Reichert, Julie
Brussegard. 3rd Row: Brenda Rivera, Chris
Criswell, Yary Andujar. Top Row: Darlene
Williams, Irving Taylor, Colleen Steel,
Michelle Erwin. Not Pictured: Syd Jones,
Erica Sims and Barbara Parker.
Below: SukHee reaching for the top.
Bottom Right: Tara H., Brenda R., Colleen
S., SukHee K., Lynn H., and Stephanie R.
lined up for the halftime performance.
Bottom Left: What is that ghost doing with
Tara Hemingway's earmuffs on?
Band has had a very successful year.
Besides performing in concert, they also
played at pep assemblies and home football
Above, left to right: Mr. Peter fdirectorb,
Karen Daugherty, Nicky Moore, Ben Jones,
Patty Dunlavy, Joanne Garland, Erical
Smith, Paul Hackney. 2nd Row: Katie
Moore, Erica Jones, Colleen Steel, Pam
Atencio, Tiffany Pickins, Lamont Mason.
Top Row: Steven Poe, Jimmy Shaw, Brian
Malone, Paul Hansen, Della Malone, John
Smith. Not pictured: Jenifer King, Becky
Orona, Semetric Walton.
Top right: Paul Hackney playing his heart
Right: Mr. Peter conducting the band at a
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row, Sharon H., Julie S., Laura B., Tania F.,
Tina G., Shelly S., Walley S., Eric M.,
Jonathon W., Adam W. Front row: Christy,
Tracy F., Deanna E., Tanya M., Brenda R.,
Kimberly B., Tammy B., Bianca K.,
JoeyLynn S., Michelle R., Knot pictured
Leon C., and Jenifer SJ and the conductor
Left: Singing makes the world go round, or
so says our chorus class in their first
Right: You should be singing instead of day
Don Williams, Chris Degler and Mike Richert are all absorb-
ed in the Drama Club's production of "Video Christmasf'
Right Left: The cast and crew of "Video Christmasn present
Mrs. King with a bouquet of flowers after the final
Bottom Right: Jennifer King as Grandma.
As a new club to UAHS, Drama club has put a definite mark
in the school and community. Not only with their Christmas
production but also in helping put together a video of our
school. Drama Club is: Todd Cicilese, Jeff Brockman, Patty
Dunlevy, Arthur Plowman, Angela Ballard, Heather
Bonanomi, Sherry Ackerman, Claudine Germain, Ami Ken-
neally, Tiffany Pickins, Tina Gills, Ben Jones, Pam Adams,
Mike Uuereb. Advisor: Mrs. King
Honor Art Soc1ety And Outdoor Club
HAS is: Colleen Steel, Tracy
Sherman, Gina Martin, Sangdow
Lawter, Simone Corbett, Claudine
Germain. Not Pictured: Kevin
Lackey, Doug Zook, Amy Brown.
Advisor: Dennis Nesheim. HAS is
made up of students that exceed in
art or video art. They helped
complete a model of our school,
Outdoor Club is: Brenda Rivera,
Amy Uuereb, Michelle Krebill,
Todd Pickens, Cathy Nath, Bonnie
Reiter, Mike Mahoney, Eric
Brogan, Michael Steel, Camie
Bench, Tiffany Pickens, Jeff
Brockman, Shelly Speaks,
Brandon Nolke, Henry McFadden,
Aaron Herrera. Advisors: Mrs.
Yoder and Ms. Ruble. Outdoor
Club is responsible for raising
money to go to Hinterbrand Lodge,
the ultimate outdoor experience.
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Right: Damian Fitzsimmons and Tony
Boutwell showing off their expert
Bottom: "Should we really use that layout?"
Amy Uuereb asks.
Yearbook Staff: Joanna Jerome-Senior
Editor, Amy Uuereb-Editor, Dana
Gooden-Business Manager, Michelle
Bragg-Photo Editor, Ami
Kennelly-Editor, Patty Dunlavey, Tee Cee
Corbins, Sandow Lawter, Damain
Fitzsimmons, Tina Reed, Pam Adams,
Tony Boutwell, Heather Mitchell, Michelle
Richardson. Not Pictured-Gina Martin,
Katie Moore. Advisor: Thomas Edgar.
A Touch Of
Journalism . . .
The yearbook staff took on a new challenge
this year. Not only was the staff under a new ad-
visor, they had no experience either. They work-
ed weekends and holidays along with after
school to meet the deadlines and hassels to bring
you the HMARAUDER TOUCH."
THE ULM MARAUDER STAFF IS: Amy
Uuereb, Editorg Jon Pece, Layout, Joanna
Jerome, Senior writer, Katie Moore,
Artworkg Tiffany Pickins, Krista Ferrel,
Ben Jones, Adam Wilkins, Steve Poe, Nicki
Moore, Patty Dunlavey, Shelly Speaks,
Michelle Krebill, Mrs. B. King, Advisor.
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF
AMERICA IS: Mike Wilkins, Pres.g Tony
Boutwell, VPQ Tara Hemingway, Treas.g
Damian Fitzsimmons, Heather Stewart,
Michelle Bragg, Tina Reed, Adam Wilkins,
Claudine Germain, Jessie Paiez, Brandon
Steel. Advisor: Mrs. Fredrick.
Top: Adam Wilkins makes a deal with a
Right: Tara types away.
Left: Tiffany decides what to write next.
Top Left: An old friend bites the dust for new
addition. Top Right: A true work horse ready to help out.
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Construction for our three million dollar additions began Oc- and a photo lab. Also, we will have several major renovation pro-
tober 30, 1985. Construction is to be completed before school jects that will improve various areas within the present school
opens next year. The additions will include several classrooms, building itself.
The halls of UHS echo with
laughter and complaining.
Marauder life, like life everywhere,
is filled with ups and downs. Some
days everything is great while
other days are not so good. Even
the bad seems a little better,
though, because you are a
Top: Lunchtime is munchtime!
Left: Students in Mr. Edgar's class resist
the temptation to read during SSR.
Above: Ling's Famous Look.
Above Right: Joyce C. has the most spirit in
this crowd. Don't you think so?
Above: A Homecoming skit by Nova Tanz.
Lady T. Love, 1Tara Hemingwayl inter-
views Coach Moore. fBrenda Riverab
Bottom Right: The revised Ulm Marauder
cheerleaders doing their most difficult
pyramid with Derek K., Rob R., Tony M.,
Matt W., and William H.
Pep Rallies are generally held the Friday
before a home game. Students crowd in the
high school gym the last period of the day to
listen to the coaches praise their teams,
learn a chant from the energetic
cheerleaders, and get fired up for the up-
coming game. One of the highlights is wat-
ching Nova Tanz performing a new dance
routine. To some students, the best part of
the pep rallies is the early dismissal from
A Punch Of Pep!
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Crash Cf Cheers!
Left: Bridget Germain leads a football team waits for Coach
cheer. Rosser to call them into the center
Below: Part of the Marauder to be introduced.
Middle Left: Michelle, TeeCee and Dana everyone by popping up from behind
are the most reliable for getting a cheer a-graveyard? In all, pep rallies were very
started. successful this year.
Above: Nova Tanz ghosts surprised
Top: Cindy Jones and James
Nichols having a friendly chat.
Top right: If you couldn't tell, it's
Ami Kennelly's birthday.
Right: We want our food and we
want it now!
Break is a very popular part of
the Marauder student day. Nor-
mally at 10:15, the students are
given a 15 minute break during
which organizations sell anything
from hotdogs for 506, to miniature
candy bars for 15112. The Gym-
nasium Hallway, the library, and
the Junior!Senior Hall are the
most popular places to eat and
talk. The least desireable place is
in the "crushing crowd" in front of
the break sales table.
A Short Pause.
Field trips are one exciting way
to get away from school for a day
or more. German, French, and
CWE are a few of the classes that
went on trips this year. The
basketball overnights, the leader-
ship conference, MUN conference,
Ski Week and Hinterbrand were
the major trips that organizations
went on. To all, they were a lot of
Top: Well Kari, what do you want to do?
Above: Tara jammin' on the bus to Giessen.
Bottom: Barry, Tanya, Julie Matt and
Cathy having a friendly lunch in N iirnberg.
A Dash Of Deutschland.
Above: James Cable, Claudine Ger-
main, Jennifer King, Julie
Brusegaard, Tanya Walley, and
Whitney Stewart model new trends
in skiing . . . sunbathing!
Top Right: Derik King and
Georgette Germain head up the
Right: William Hampton and Rob
Russel show off their GQ look
while Jennifer King falls at their
Ski Week 86 was held the first
week of February in Ber-
chtesgaden. 35 students and Mr.
and Mrs. King went to the Skitop
Ski School to either learn to ski or
learn to ski better. Ski Week
wasn't all fun though. An hour of
homework and a 9 P.M. curfew
every night was required of
everyone. When the kids weren't
skiing, they played in the snow and
talked in the ski lodge. On Friday,
the ski races were held. Everyone
was split up by his or her ability.
Overall, Ulm placed in over half of
the winner slots. Everyone though,
learned how to ski better and had a
ing A White
Ski Week '86!
Even though skiing was the
main activity, everyone went shop- Walker, or just enjoyed the
ping at the sport store, had a soda beautiful View and the fresh air of
in the Bavarian Bar of the General the Bavarian Alps.
Top Left: Kevin Lackey learns acrobatics
on skis or is that him falling?
Middle Left: Shawn Slencamp, Matt Wall,
and Matt Lovo show their approval of Ski
Bottom Left: Bridget Bermain and Heather
Stewart go up the slope ready to conquer
any challenge that lies ahead.
Top Left: Amy Uuereb and friend get some
sleep after a hard day of skiing.
Above: Michelle Halpin and Tiffany
Pickens look over the slope and decide
which way to go first.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY IS: Jon
Pece lpresj, Karen Daugherty, Cathy
Daugherty, Mitch Jaffee, Kristen Lucas,
Kari Miller, Tony Malone, Gina Martin,
Cynthia Bramlett, William Hampton,
Derek King, Tina Reed, Stephanie
JR. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY IS:
Simone Corbett, Chris Degler, Patty
Dunlavey, Risa Ewings, Erica Jones,
Jennifer King, Sandow Lawter, Stephanie
Lucas, Kristin Miller, Becky Orona,
Leonard Orona, Greg Pece, Colleen Steele,
Claudine Germain, Heather Stewart, Brian
Malone, Trudy Giliillian, Angela Ballard,
Stoney Haynes, Annis Hogdkins, Jennifer
Hodgkins, Vemon Loree, Kelly Schultz,
Jeff Brockmann, Eric Brogren, Kristen
Brungard, Georgette Germain, Bianca
Kotowski, Kerry Newberry, Dianne
Serrano. Advisor: Mrs. Denise King.
Left: New members read the NHS Promise.
Top Right: Jennifer King and Mrs. King
smile as Derek King is inducted into the
Bottom Right: Claudine Germain keeps on
her toes to read her part in the ceremony.
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In order to be considered for
membership in the National
Honor Society, a student must
achieve a cummulative grade
point average of 3.3. Students
are then further judged on
several other factors including
character and citizenship. Once
in, the Society, members must
maintain a 3.0 average and con-
characteristics befitting the
Society. To be asked to join is
truly a touching honor.
Top: New members being inducted.
Left: Colleen Steele lights a candle as Mr. Gartner and Col. Eskew
Right: Current members wait for the ceremony to begin.
Headlines Of 1985-86
On January 28, 1986, the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded 20 miles above Cape Canaveral killing all eight of its passengers.
In November of '85, President Reagan and Premier Gorbachev held a summit in Geneva, Switzerland. They talked about nuclear
arms control and world peace.
In the Philippines, President Marcos was caught in election fraud causing the country to split into two factions. Mrs. Aquino
eventually claimed victory.
Apartheid still is in control in South Africa. Riots, bombings, and bloodshed happened everyday. A few recording stars got
together and wrote the song "Sun City". All the money raised was to help bring an end to Apartheid.
Terrorism was a main issue, especially in Europe. The Achille Laurel hijacking was one form and the bombings at Rhein Main
airfield and the Rome and Vienna airports were another. Reagan declared all out war against terrorism.
Three years after the Tylenol poisoning, a woman died after taking Tylenol capsules laced with cyanide. The company stopped
making the capsules all together.
AIDS is still the most talked about disease. After Rock Hudson's death, Elizabeth Taylor started raising money for research.
Fourteen year old Ryan White was barred from school because he had contacted the disease from a blood transfusion.
The mark rate dropped drastically causing problems for the Americans in Germany. In less than a year, the Deutschmark dropped
over a mark per dollar.
On December 5th, a new Burger King restaurant opened its doors in Neu Ulm. It is just like those back home. It hired over 100
Since N eu Ulm is a model installation, it has been going through major changes. Construction can be seen everywhere you look.
Some of the places under renovation are: The Rec Center, the Chapel, and our school.
4! 5 FA moves from Wiley Barracks to Ft. Riley KS.
In the World series, the Kansas City Royals came out on top in a tough fight against the St. Louis Cardinals. Superbowl XX was
an easy victory for the Chicago Bears. They were 10 point favorites over the New England Patriots. They completed the season with
only one loss.
Rambo, First Blood Part 2, The Color Purple, Out of Africa, St. Elmo's Fire, Rocky IV, White Nights, Teen Wolf, Back to the
Future, Jewel of the Nile, Romancing the Stone, Part 2.
The Superbowl Shuffle, the Chicago Bears, Count Me Out, New Edition, We Built this City, Starshipg Party all the Time, Eddie
Murphy, Friends, Dionne Warick and Friends, Smoking in the Boys Room, Motley Crue, Cherish, Kool and the Gang, Say You, Say
Me, Lionel Richie.
GAMES AND TOYS
Transformers are still popular this year. Rambo Dolls and Carebear Cousins are new this year. Cabbage Patch Kids are favorites
among little girls and Trivial Pursuit is the most popular game on the market.
Girls: Tight Skirts, Stirrup Pants, Oversized Sweaters, Long Blouses, and Teddy Bear Coats are the fashion styles. Pastels were
very popular, even for winter. Paisley was the kind of shapes and designs found on fabric.
Guys: Long coats, Nike hi-tops and polo shirts are what every guy is wearing. Almost every guy, especially skiers, would.n't be
caught without their sunglasses.
Right Left: Kari Miller writes a letter to
President Reagan expressing her feelings
about the Summit.
Bottom Left: Mr. Peter, Mr. Moore and Mr.
Hart talk about how good the food is at
Below: Part of the construction of our
Bottom Right: Rob thinks about playing in
the Superbowl, rather than the
A Flair Of Fashion!
Marauders have set the pace.
They definitely know the latest in
fashion, makeup and hairstyle. We
get a little bit crazy but if we didn't
who would the other schools and
We have the basics in fashion
and hair but we have a tendency to
stretch it out. To understand this,
you must venture into the halls
and listen to what the students are
talking about. There is only one
way you can dress like a Marauder.
You must be one!
Far Left, Top: Heather Mitchell wears the
basic Marauder dress: jeans, shirt and a
Marauder letter jacket.
Far Left, Bottom: New fashions in Nerd Wear
is shown by Tony B. and Damain F.
Bottom Center: Derek K. proves that Toga
Dress is the hit of the season. Notice the
natural headdress and white socks.
Center: Girls wearing guys clothes seem to be
quite popular at UHS. Julie and Stephanie
really get into it!
Mini skirts, ski hats, and sunglasses are
enjoyed by the male gender lately. Rob Peralis,
Rob Russel, and Tony Malone really love it.
Living in a military community and with the
recent release of Rambo has prompted army
fashion, especially with 7th grader Walley
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days at UHS. Not much gets ac-
complishedbut a pep rally because
everyone has better things to think
about: the weekend!
Top: Harry Morgan dreams about his plans for the weekend while Middle Right: Tina Reed is ready to tackle the weekend ahead.
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A Few Goodbyes
At the end of the day students and teachers leave
the school either by bus, car or feet.
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