University High School - Kronos Yearbook (Spokane, WA)

 - Class of 1979

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U , , - . ei f X - 2. . :Qt -F6 . ly ini' 'F W1-e 1 , W. , ., .,.,... . -- 5 . , '-W'-'Q sxi-,xxx r Jocks Appraise Prospects Becky Albert Teresa Allen Jerri Altmaier John Anders Linda Anderson Jenny Andrews Laurinda Anglin Zorica Arsova Robin Aschenbrener Dan Atkinson Joyce Aucutt Rena Austin , , ' 1 ,M V ., , H, - x 5 . g NQA5' 1 Y v. -.- . 'Kia , W, 195 A 'd A 3 ,. .fn -I , A 'ima- hi!! 1 X' X XX Katy Azar Jim Bagdanov Renee Bagwell Jeff Barge Kris Barnard Marty Barth Gayle Bayne Jeannette Baugh Sue Beevers Thomas Beck Bonnie Becker Joe Beckley Every year the Senior guys look forward to "checking out" the new sophomore girls. U 1 In oi va hu -li tm r-1 i N , K fi 55 A .4 B AQ, Kay Beckley Bob Bell Todd Bergland Sandra Black Peggy Boardman Robert Bobbett Jill Bobich Teri Boone Craig B1-auff Greg Brookbank Mark Brzowtowski Bill Brown Don Busch Cindy Byers Kitty Byrne Jarry Caine 1 Y B ,ge I A ,A i' 'lb WCP? 'lame' Jill Blackwell David "Scott" Blew Mike Botti Rocky Bottles Ty Brown Diana Beuschke Mike Calhoun Rita Campbell Every year Seniors show their "Seniority" by placing Sophomores in what they feel is their class levelmgarbage cans! Sopho- mores quickly disproved the theory as they gave the Senior class a heal challenge for Homecoming activity points. img O3 m5 ': GJ UU NG- L? ilk C t ' s iv C 1 .uf , K XX ,, F 'U fir I -:iff - M x Tina Campbell Terri Campman Debbie Carbon MHIIY Cafdoza Misty Carlson Steve Carpenter Jorene CHU' Kim Cassel 26 On October 3, 1978, the Senior class won the Home- coming bed race. Probable cause: Bigger, Stronger, and Faster men! Sam Cathcart Wendy Cederblom TYCCC do 51-F uk X 59' .st Donna Carlson Rick Castleman r l Mark Chapman J .ff - 'YI , ,jf as Nunn' Judy Charley Judy Choate Greg Christianson Linda Clark Steve CIBITIBIIS Cathy Clgmgnt Jim Clifford Leeann Cline Judy Cobum John Combs Scott Conklin Syd Conklin Paddle Squad Controls Crowd Barbara Cook Arturo Cordero Phil Cosby Shawn Cosgrove Kevin Cox Mick Daly Dave Davies Chris Davis Donna Davis Kelly Davis Ted Davis Karen DeG0n SJ VIP-' Q w 4d"""hv J ,asa X fs 3 X Chris Delegans Carmen Deuel Jim DlCklf1GOI'1 Miko Dioksoo Carol Dlkes Davld Dlk6S Rosanna Dlnsmore Cheryl Dixon Donna Dixon Jim Dodd Randy Dolan Dao Doughty Keeping up with tradition, the Paddle Squad maintained control over football crowds with fun and authority. Mike Myers, Dave Golf Craig Brauti Steve Uht, Craig LaFord, Mike Calhoun and Mike Brito made up the team of tough Titans, on H il' all H-I Il-I lun Lynne Eide Dave "Scooter" Ellis Kim Farance Steve Farmer Mark Fromviller Elisa Frost Louella Gerritsen John Gettig 1, One moming the Titans awoke to find their tower an ugly Central Valley blue. Needless to say the mighty Titans were not overjoyed. They felt obligated, in return, to grace the Bear's bam with a little Crimson and Gold. Within the week the Titan water towerwas back to normal - Crimson and Gold forever! 31 E I GJ -H -IJ Q-amy Sean Gilbert Lajena Giles Lloyd Gilmore Sandra Gilmore Dave Goff Mark Goodman Laura Gorecki Susie Granger 32 Homecoming took place during the first week of October this year. Seniors kept the school in sus- pense by keeping a secret .MU I about how many raffle tickets the class of '79 had sold. The last day they pulled ahead for a surprise Cx, win. The largest contribu- tor this year was Craig Brauif who sold 325 raffle tickets. Ez Chris Grifiith x Gary Glennie Lionel Green Barb Grenz QQ Maureen Groce Tammy Grytness Lisa Gudgel Dave Gustafson David Guyll Melody Haarstick Dixie Hanna Shelley Hanson Dan Harlow Ty Harper Glen Harrington Joe Harris Emily Hart Sarah Hawkins Darren Heppner Dan Hill "Rowdie" Srs. Rule Assembly Cindy Haskell Cindy Haskins James "Jock" Hatch Judy Heggem Mike Heise Laura Hennessey Chris Hergenreder Jamie Higgins Dale Higgs x X H. X. , 5 'X ,. as .N X ". lei ' Q x x f 'A x '33 'vm K5 . f 'fi ,J -, . - Q X . I i x , 7' 6 . . ii xxx X l 3' 61 ' 21 1 ,. : N , XX I Julie Hoeper Tim H0g3I1 Cindi Holland Sandra Hollingsworth Jeff Hubble Earl Hugill Kathy Huntley Craig Husa Doug Hutton Lyn Hylkema Lori Ivester Scott Jamieson " '79, '79, 1, 1, 1, 1, '79!" can be heard booming from the bleachers as Seniors show their school' spirit during assemblies. .f. 0, In -I-7 W Ll on-1 -li 1 Julie Jeflkle Lori Jefheys Allen Johnson Pam Johnson Dpus Kfflfhley Gregg Kennedy Cooper Kennett Diane Keys Lmda Klflgen Joel Kinney Rick Koontz Duanne Kopp -Ian KFUP-'1 Scott Kllhlmarl Steve Lacombe Criag Laford Many Seniors of '78 became involved in community activities. Diana Bueschke modeled, helped with charm classes, and helped in fashion shows as the U-Hi representative to the Bon Marche Fashion Board. Karin Minor reigned as Miss Spokane Valley and was busy with parades, grand openings, and festivals throughout the year. Craign Husa earned the KJRB-Seven Up "Student ofthe Week" award October 16, recognizing his school activities and football participation, gf 1: 14 . O GJ D- 'E' Ll-IO Il-I f-.ea DEQ CDD. Nathan Lawless Vickie Layton Ross LeFrancois Nal1Cy Leichner Jennice Lyonnais Tracey Lynch Bill Mahaifey TGPQY Mallotte Nan Marks Eight University High Seniors Partici- traveled through Switzerland, Austria, were, Fmnt row: Shelley Stanford, pated in the People-to-People High Germany, Netherlands, Czechoslova- Lynne Eide, Nan Marks, Cindy Haskell. School Ambassador Program last sum- kia, England and France. The students Back row: Jan Krupa, Jim Otis, Mike mer from June 7 to July 20. They that were the ambassadors for U-Hi Calhoun, and Dale Higgs. 38 Janice Mathis . ,gf 1 Tammy Mazzie Joanne McCaslin Lori McClure Kim McDonald Cari McDowell Lisa McKenzie Mike Medlen Mike Myers Kelly Mmmcg Karin Minor Mike Moen Joe Monforton Students Escape at Lun h "Rules are meant to be the freedom Of getting broken" seemed to be away from the m0110- the motto for the Uh tony of the school Cafe- very few 1?l that enjoyed leria. Allan Moorhead Joe Moplan Bev Morris Chrns Moms Brian Moss Legza Mowdep Doug Muirhead 'Una Munkers David Murphy Tom "pat" Murray Jon Nalder Jlm Nance QS? A3 40 , s ' Ek' N ,yeh ,hee,e M X e-' 'svs x . ' Um x Q 1 A .,- I Vicki Nelson Wendy Norton Sue Ogzewalla Donald Oppedahl o Now n J is , S -M. ' .1,, ' .5 K K lk .-sg Q., ,rl ' .v I ".-,' ' . , Qi 'fgg?iass.s:f if ' i 1 A Jill Nessly Donna Nicol Paul Nienhqis Kathy Nuss John O'Br'ien Pat O'Neill Rick Oliver Chris Olson Eric Olson on-1 Ill? U U hu In cn Lu U 2 In aa as I fN7 Linda Orahood Barb Ostrom Jim Otis Mike Payne Caroline Peaslee Cathy Peck Lyle Peterson Teresa Pfau Bill Phifer Dan-911 pope Kim Pulver Brenda Purrington Steve Parker Ken Paxson Frank Petersong Kent Peterson Tami Podd Kelly Polich Tom Rawlings Todd Reed "United Spirit Association" was the camp which the Varsity Cheerleaders attended last summer from June 24 to the 28th. Throughout their stay, the girls prepared for the upcoming year's activities. Re- ceiving top honors were: Renae Waldby, Shannon Stiltner, Vicki Nelson, Lora Driskill, Leslie Simanton, Lynne Eide, Patti Kealy, Diana Bueschke, Debbi Haskins and Maria Delegans. Il-3 -H ii! 35 was .W-H I-1:-' C055 Xian N1 Judy HiChaI'dSOI1 DOIlald Rirlg Kelly Rgark Barry Roberts Kim Roellich Clay Rolls Donna Roseborough Mark Botchford "Why our class?" seemed to be the cry of the 1979 Seniors. This year, for the iirst time, the state of Washington required everyone to attend school for 180 days. So, the Seniors, along with the underclass- men, will stick it out to the bitter end. 44 Y "" 4 in fl l Ay! r' . KS' 15 ?J,4ff'?' 7' ,. A"'u """i.v, - 4 ' ' e if ' Q 42612 -e. F "iw-, ,. ,v LM 'Jil Dave Sackett John Robertson Rom Rumpeltes Brad Sams 1' Rick Sandeno Glenda Schafer Teresa Schindler Kevin Schmidt Mary Jo Schmitz Wendy Scott Dan Sem Lori Shagina Jim Shaver Brad Sheldon Mike Shiosaki Kelly Shook Senior Shows Pride ln Excellence Randy Shoop Connie Sieglock Leslie SiIIlHIlI0H Cathy Simmons Jackie Skidmore Genevieve Slater GHIZY Slammer Jayne Sours Keith Spragg Shelley Stanford Holly Steele Laurie Stephens :f s . :',f'.s2z1ef'sz1e-I - 1' k f, ,4g.1:Wgg1,gQ.5,a-Stix, I if kfi. it k.,.. L, K ,A:.,h.. ,:A?k,m w,5jk F- H ' ' 'Em New--1' - - S i SQ if 4 A , . N i J '55 ,iaaz V iera yam ll, - gg -- , 4' .- ,V i 1 11 b, RQ 755. ,,,. - x 3 '-5 K S K X . .. X N . 46 N Pam Stigkngy Shannon Stiltner Mike Stockman Doug Stuart Lisa Taff Carrie Taplin LeifTay10p Todd Thies Julie Thomas Flick Thomas Jody Thomason Bonnie Thompson Q, , fm:-ff AVf,,:,Q 'www My Af' , For Donna Dixon riding horses is an important part of life and an expression of excellence. She has been riding for ten years and has competed in jumps and Westem and English style riding for the last 7 years. She has received more than 75 trophies and over 200 ribbons for her continual dedica- tion in horseshows throughout the state of Washington. CII Il-3 0 cn Il-I Ili hu oi E I NWN x in-. Connie Thompson Jim Thompson Laurel Thompson Lauri Thompson Paula Tibbals Lisa Tomberelli Terry Trevaskis Kathie Tunison Lori Upham Pricsa VanDoren Ruthanna VanDoren Gary Vandiver Vemon Vogel Jeff Vigue Lisa Wagner Renae Waldby Q59 vrY""?' -0-K. L0I'i.Th0mP50n Brent Thordarson THU Tyfee Steve Uhr Allan Vawter Gene Vent Mark Wan Michael Wallin lun. x , 4 One senior, Sean Gilbert carried his interests beyond h.s. activities. Sean has been snow-skiing for 10 yrs. and compet- ing for 5. He has skied all over the Northwest receiving not only competi- tion points, but also ten trophies. In his iirst four years of competition he skied on the Spokane Mountaineers Race Team. Last year Sean skied for the Spokane Ski Racing Association and this year will be racing for Schweitzer Basin in Sandpoint, Idaho. Janie Walsh Danette Ward Paul Warner Dan Warren Andy Werlberg David Wentz Neal Wheeler Kelley White Kelly Williams Rick A. Williams Rick L. Williams Steve Williams Judy Zachow 5-5-61 t0 10-28-78 U-Hi Titans were sad- dened at the death of Judy Zachow October 28, 1978. Judy was an active member of the stu- dent body and a "friend of everyone- from the least known to the student leaders'f, according to a close friend. She participa- ted in the Powder- puff Game in Septem- ber and was attending night classes in Busi- ness Law to prepare hereself for a college course and career in law. 'All that lives must die, passing through nature to eternity" -Vwlliam Shakespeare ln Memoriam Seniors ot Pictured Todd Adams Candy Allen Teresa Aschinger Mike Baldwin Vicki Bertholf Ten'i Bird Craig Brooks Gary Caddick Stephanie Cargill Larry Cieszewski Steve Crossley Mike Crouse Dave Davies Dana Decker Renee Demsier Steve Gadeke larry Greenwald Gerald Gum Scott Hanchette Bob Hogan Rick Hoover Mike Howlett Can-ie Hughes Dori Hughes Lynn Hurst Roger Julian Kathy Kemme Dan-on Kimball Scott McElmy Jerry Michielli Denise Moss Randy Naccarato Mike O'Donnell Malinda Oliver Rick Orden Sandra Parker Marsha Ramirez Stan Richards Marie Rubens Jodi Schneider Brad Smith Debbie Smith Marie Stewart Mark Talley Tom Thompson Lyn Titus Sheri Watson Shelagh Wilkinson Kelly Wrenchey Jett' Young n-"MX ax ai u I C' A ffl? l , 'JW 'K-.. u ' 5.3 K ,s . as-'Q--g, 4 ,r, X. as Susan Wingett Ken Wisenor Jeff Witter Connie Wolff Jo Ann Workland Sheila Wygant Raymond Yang Jeff Yamada Colleen Windsor PQ' 1' T rv-X Ardella Witherow Mark Wood Terri Yandt Tim Yamada , iff? , -MH, se games-Too many close games-Too ma ctices-Saturday Practices-Saturday Pract the game-Meet you at the game-Meet you ore?-What was the score?-What was the s ating victory-Exhilarating victory-Exhila feat-Exhaustion and defeat-Exhaustion a harder-Always tryin' harder -Always tryin -Bad weatherfbad roads-Badweather! ba ers-Thanks for cheerleaders-Thanks for coach-Here's to'our coach-Here's to our 9 G IB A04 3, 1 Q if Q 'W' ni, 'fp 5 - I ' 1 's ' 4' 4 , . 4 hw u ...- n A 9 K H1 ll: " if' 1 in lf n 1 ' I . 7 1'- 2" 1 '1- v- ' ri I 5? bf . if 5, r . ,-. . 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Below Right: Ted Davis and Titan teammates demonstrate the ecstacy of a win after defeating the Big 9's Karniakin 21-0 in the season opener. T I , 1 'L Opposite Page, Above Right: "Hut 1, hut 2, hut could be heard as the Titans get underway against the Gonzaga Bullpups. Above Lett: An overview of Joe Albi Stadium as the Titans warm up, Below Right: Darrell Pope runs fora touchdown in his own special way. 54 I 1 I 1 - i Right:W1de Receiver Bill Kramer shows perfect form as he leaps up to catch a pass. Immediate Below: Captain Darrell Pope looks mean as he reacts to a play from the sidelines. Far Below: While the clock runs out, coaches Ressa and Janke review the Titans performance. -1- 0 , x , 0. J lv ., L- ,1-wr-,"5' A , A 4, K.: ,.li?,3:kg,. .Yiwu V, ,, .. .fy V A. w,vk:f, k f A f , 'ffl J J , ' 211,w:-.-sw? ' - V , W, , 1f,,,5g1'.,fgg25'gp..ff-yr , - '.,'1'2+li"t1'35 gp:-ir,-Pfgw.. - ,-,, I ny., - --fwi'f.,f,'5,4-1.t.,.W ' --', "' ,. "' v ' ..f-aye., Vi '-rg' ,,,,, M: s o-A QQ . 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J ,f -J f ,Vs . ff ,. s -B ,gps- . ,W .. f f 1-f.fs:.f:mfs.:4,f'5,. 3E.i.f'i'?"f fv ' 5 ' Q,,,',,.j:-W 1 if ,M ,.:-,,.,..'61,.1l,3v ,zifp-4, tfif-kg, .af ag Z fig ix 'f"wLfa 7 '- ft-,ffAff?4y't,M,.t, , 'Q,yy,,w:v:k vjgfgr, ,--vg.,7.tg5,1y,vwf A. ,Pwg X , J aya. Q - ,-We V ww-a M,.ir:m,, , y..,.q7W+fW ffsff-fgwgf 'Pm-iiwfs -- ,M mf 1 - , -e,pf.F.,gf -...1 -. f,. . 'ff' -- J,,.. Tx... F ,gl Nfl, 'v Q gp- , 32 " 8 J' , 2 'E C S i ' " 1 1 iv. 1 ,azz Q TY -3 is Front Row: Neal Wheeler, David Oakes, Quinn Schultz, All Morehead, Jon Nalder, Scooter Ellis, John Robertson, Brian Kovacich, Ken Wisenor, Kevin Rotchford, Brad Sheldon. Znd Row: Aaron Altenador, Craig Haase, Mike Vigessa, J .P. Carbon, Mick Daly, Mike Crouse, John Holland, Joe Monforton, Brad Erickson, Frank Stadler, Ron Woolcock, Mark Rotchford, Jim Dickenson. 3rd How: Angela Walker imanagerl, Dave Guyll, Kelly Roark, Tim Watson, Bill Kramer, Scott Olson, Keith Zachow, Brian Wiggs, Todd Bobbett, Varsity Football Takes 3rd Place "We had a pretty successful year and even though there were a few disappoint- ments, we never quit trying," stated Senior Quarterback Dan Warren. Dan was chosen the "Athlete of the Week" by local sportswriters and broadcasters. This award is given to the player considered to have played the best out of all the local games during one week. The Varsity Football team held a 5-3 record in their 3rd season of playing in the Greater Spokane League. They tied for 3rd place with Ferris, whom they beat earlier in the season. Darrell Pope, defensive captain, summed the season up by saying, "I feel that we have one of the best coaches around, and that Mr. Holmes should be commended for this tolerance of us this year. Even though we didn't go as far as we expected to, I've enjoyed this year because I had a chance to work with a bunch of great football players and coaches." Left: Football is not all victory. Offensive Lineman John Robertson reilects the impact of the Homecoming loss to Mead. ww. ?0f39l4Qfi 1 y ' U-High Z1 ..... U-High 14 ..... U-High 14 ..... U-High za ..... U-High 13 ..... U-High Z1 ..... U-High o ... U-High 35 ..... U-High as ..... tssf 712, Yzos f fe, M 3 f wh Mike Medlen, Larry Schmedding, Carmen Espinosa, Darrell Pope, Dan Warren, Marty Barth, Brent Littler ttrainerl. 4th Row: Debbi Cumbee lmanagerl, Mike Rootvick, Chris Delegans, Brian Sheldon, Joel Kinney, Ted Davis, Steve Carpenter, Greg Christiansen, Sam Parker, Kyle Wyatt, Mike Myers, Matt Sullivan, Dave Gregory, Doug Kircher, Kevin Drew Carey James, Craig Husa, Rick Williams. Season Record Kamiakin 0 .....Ferris 13 .....L.C.20 .....C.V. 7 ....Mead34 .....N.C. 7 ....c.Prep 7 .....S.Park 28 ....Rogers0 Fighting B's ...... Hard work, muscle and enthusiasm helped to form this year's GSL Championship B-Squad football team. "Some of our more outstanding players were Marty Cosbey, Kevin Drew, Rick Kay, Mike Rootvik, Dave Spragg, Tim Peterson, Jerry Otis, and Chris Neinhaus," said Coach Darril Isotalo. "Most of the guys are from Bowdish J.H.S. where they had a championship 9th grade team, and good coaching. The guys developed a lot of enthusiasm about this season." U-Hi is known for it's outstanding B-Squad teams. In the past four years our Hghting B's have won 27 games and lost only 7. The squad considers this a record to be proud of Students generally agree and look forward to seeing their B "Champs" out on the Held again next year. Front Row: Rick Kay, Craig Honican, Rod Seefeeldt, Jim Olson, .Ion Byers, John Knudsen, I Mark Wybomey, Mark Cook, Brian Kovacich. Second Row: Mat Reckten Bruce Steele, Matt Stadler, Jim Robertson, Mark Black, Scott Gustafson, Jery Otis, Harold Vwlson, Doug Kirchen Kyle Wyatt. Third Row: Dave Spragg, Mike Berzowski, John Monroe, Mike Anderson, Dan Dittbumer, Chad Little, Seth Bland, Criag Haase, Dwight Boechler, Mike Bootvik Fourth How: Tim Peterson, Brian Utley, Chris Neinhaus, Craig Hawkins, Eric Husted, Tim Watson, Marty Cosbey, J.P. Carbon, Carey James, Steve Agen. Immediate Right: Cheerleaders are busy keeping up the cnowd's enthusiasm. Pictured Left to Bight: Lauri Gross, Danielle Meselve, Kim McMulkin, and Rhonda Walters. Opposite Page, Above Right: Tommy Titan suffers a blow in the person of Tim Peterson. The Titans ultimately defeated the CV bears in this game. Below Right: Another victory for the league champs!! 58 ny' A-wa- vi'-W W x .,,g,.,,,Ki,,.,k 'H Champs Again!! ,r .4- 5 , ,,,,,,,..,m l, X, ,Q ,Eff N Q7 ,f .J 7, f ,Jay , A n I v " 2 Powderpuff 1978 Seniors Take Hold Below: Renee waldaby is off on a mad run to who knows where! Below Right: Rita Campbell enjoys her time with the ball as she gets ready for a winning play. Above right: Senior team- mates tGen Slater, Terri Yandt, Tammy Mazzie, Mel- ody Haarstick. and Jill Blackwell? look as if the team is deserting them! In the background Ted Davis reacts to a play on the field. Right: Watch out world! Sarah Hawkins is on her way to victory. 60 E1 Senior girls proved their prowess lnarrowlvl by defeating the Juniors 14-13 in the annual powderpuff match. The game was held on a Homecming afternoon tor the second year. The "ever-faithful" Dudley Mizogouchi and Bill Clift coached the seniors once again. Coaching the juniors were Mr. Ken Richardson and Mr. Jim Lusk. 1 J ',,,f f Wi. t, A , ver Juniors 1 Z 2 E 2 5 i gl' Above len: Watch out Rhonda, Patty's gonna get you. Above right: Senior team appears in quality and quantity as they appeared for the game. Immediately above: The ever so "feminine" senior cheer- leaders Ted Davis, Chris Delegens, Mike Medlan, Mick Daly, Joel Kinney, Todd Bobbett, Dave Goifgot a chance to be rowdy as they play a little football for themselves. Juniors had no fear Ito say the least! as they held the Seniors to a close game. Above right: Junior cheerleaders lScottvW1liams, Mike Brito, Pat Shook, Bruce Lightfoot, and Brian Wiggsl have come for revenge. Right: Renee Moore let's 'er rip as the ball tlies for a possible winning point. Below right: Gotcha Debbie! Debbie Gibson and Jodi Thompson both missed the ball. Bottom: Faculty members Mike Robey and Skip Drew helped out at the Powderpuff game. Immediate bottom: The Junior team put up a good tight but not quite good enough. Next year they will return to take the victory and keep the Seniors proud. ff 5 .- .rhy- L Q34 ' 'Xi 'Lak' 3 . ., '1-YN: 'V11 L ,gas A .4 "f "if " 6SLs?IQ- N N- a ,ng 3?"q3:"zs.,:i xx gsf' 62 . ,,.. if N 9? . . V W., A ff ' 'f . ' A' we .f"'i' 'J . 5: .' w ,H ta. . 05 fa' of-'H fg . - . 1--. A .e Qu,-A... MW, -,- i-Lew. A-S-hy? .' ' 35.--,.-wi gkfa 3T?fz1f.,.::1fu'skw., 1 W :eff-L e vf' v 8455510 Juniors Tumbl Below: Senior girls "go for it" in an attempt to regain the ball. Below lett: Senior crowd reflects a moment of excitement. Left: Rhonda Nicole had the wind knocked out of her before she got up to try again. Girls Show Competitive Spirit "Improvement became the motto for U-Hi's Girls Varsity Volleyball team this year," remarked coach Paula Oswald. "The team had some outstanding victories, but unfortunately some defeats accompanied the wins." VWth the exception of Renee Bagwell the varsity team is composed of underclassmen. "This makes the Titans hopeiiil for a winning season next year." "The J.V. team", said coach Barb Wilkerson, "proved their ability with an even win-loss record this year." "They've got it!" commented coach Oswald. "The girls only need a little more concentration and experience to become the top team in the league." sis, Varsity front row: Brenda McKeeIsetterl, Liz lspikerl, Jackie Boardman lsetterl Staci Goodrich lspikerl, Gail Taif tspikerl, Terri , Tucker lsetterl. Row four Theresa Galloway Moore lspikerl. Row two: Kay McMulkin lmanagerl, Mrs. Paula Oswald tcoachl Kris lspikerl, Renee Bagwell lspikerl, Lynn Mickel- Johnson lspikerl. son lspikerl. Row three: Adele Doughty Above Left: Nobody can retum Laurie Watson's powerful spike, Left: Where's the ball? Above: Renee Bagwell proves that no serve is too tough for her to return. 4?'if.5,i,f " 'f m " V 7, ' A ammmlrrrv 4 Rogers. Far' left: The Titans get ready for their game aginst top seeded Left: Mrs. Oswald not only tells her team, but shows Staci Tucker how it's done. ' Below: Hard at work? Junior Varisty Row one: Lori McClure Ispikerl. Bow two: Karene Waldby lsetterl, Penny Johnson tsetterl. How three: Loriann Hoyt lspikerl, Kelly Price lspikerl, Cheryl Groth Ispikerl, Norene Zinecker tspikerl. Row nnusmmr. Qllllikwwsr four: Cindy Marvin isetterl, Michele Gilmore ispikerl, Sandy Andrews lspikerl, Sharon Rosenthal lspikerl. Not pictured: Laurie Watson lspikerl, Linda Nicholas lsetterl. Right: Despite a disappointing 2 and 10 record, underclassmen kept up the individual practices during the school term while looking forward to another season next fall. Below: Move over Don Kardong, here comes Chris Phillion and John Tondini! Lengthy practice sessions in early fall become a familiar routine as cross country Hpreppedu for upcoming meets. Cross Country... ,Hx 5. N, ll. .f"'f Q31 79 Y ,.4 O f 6, .., 5? . ' QA fa ,. t ' 3. ,Q Y .gg .J- tl s ' sf. 'S 66 Far Above: Girls Cross Country Team. lBack Row! Coach MacPhee, Mary Cunningham, Sarah Hawkins. Front row: Kathy Mctlaslin, Tammy Gaudette, Christine Uescr. 1 i 1 wmv Kee s on Moving "Cross-country is a lot more than just running," stated assistant coach Barbero. i'It takes a lot of work and dedication to produce a winning team, and this team has really worked together and encouraged each other." Coach McPhee said, "We've all gone to the meets ready to win. The competition has been tough, but I feel we've come through this season better than I had hoped." Also, this year, three members of the boy's track team tBob Yates, Brian Christian, and Brian Kennal qualified for and went to an invitational track meet in Kansas City. All three participated in the Zlfz mile race for the 14-15 year olds. Unfortunately, our group came in 16th out of 16 teams. Above: Boys Cross Country TeamtBack Row! Brian Kenna, Bob Yates, John Top Left: Brian Kenna is on his way to another first, one ofthe many during this season Brian is it Junior and will be retuming next year. Tondini, Brent Thordarson, Coach MacPhee. Front row: Brian Christianson Bill Cunningham, Brian Coleman. Varsity Determination Wins espectabl Position Varsity Season Record U-Hi . . .... Coeur d'Alene 67 U-Hi . . ..... West Valley 71 U4Hi .. .. . Kennewick 57 U-Hi . . .... Shadle Park 60 U'l-li .. .... North Central 18 U-Hi . . ........ Pasco 76 U-Hi .. ........ Mead 36 U-Hi .. ....... Gonzaga 58 U-Hi . . ............ Ferris 47 U-Hi . . .... Central Valley 39 U-Hi . . ......... Rogers 45 U4Hi .. .... Lewis dn Clark 51 U-Hi . . ...... Shadle Park 65 U4Hi . . .... North Central 37 U-Hi .. .......... Mead 33 U-Hi .. ..... Gonzaga 48 U-Hi .. ....... , . , Ferris 51 U-Hi . . .... Central Valley 62 U-Hi . . ...,...... Rogers 64 U-Hi . . .... Lewis SL Clark 74 U-Hi . . .......... Ferris 43 t Q , 3, 1a1vl1 4 S- 'N-. He. ,gy if-Q ABOVE: Tom Rawlings on the rebound, "Got a little kick from Chiclettsf' ABOVE RIGHT1 S-TVR-E-T-C-H Tommy, for the Titans! RIGHT: A determined Steve Shagina goes up for two, 68 LEFT: "Up, up, and away" goes Randy Shoop! BELOW: The Titan fans spirit was never-ending at this defeat over CV. Titan Power!! - ,Qi his QT? 3 X' ! tTRNS 3 Y , TURNS , 55 fffmg i UTTANSN 54 E4 A nfl' FRONT ll. to r.J: Brent Littler, manager, Jim Peck, Chris Gritiith, Jon Nalder, Steve Shagina, Paul Nienhuis, Greg Fiscus, manager, Coach Marv Ainsworth. BACK: Paul Stringer, Coach Bill Ames, Chris Gaiser, Dave Gustafson, Aaron Alteneder, Tom Rawlings, Randy Shoop, Dan Warren. Teams Top 0ff Junior Varsity and Sophomore B-Squad Basketball teams were termed Hvely successful" by their respective coaches during the '79 season. B-Squad earned second place in league play with their 12 wins 4 loss record and Junior Varsity also placed 2nd with 14 and 6. Coach Bill Cliit emphasized season highlights as the two Central Valley defeats-one from trailing 18 points. Junior Varsity players were praised by Coach Bill Ames for, their tremendous attitude and willingness to work together." Both Coaches emphasized that future Varsity seasons will be better because of the eiforts of their players this year. Season Record B-Squad J.V. g A U-Hi 66 .... ..... C oeur d'Alene 54 U-Hi 59 .... ..... C oeur d'Alene 45 U-Hi 65 .... ,..... W est Valley 52 U-Hi 60 .... ...... W est Valley 35 U-Hi 50 .... .... K ennewick 64 U-Hi 47 .... ........ S hadle 59 U-Hi 73 ..... Shadle Park 61 U-Hi 56 .... .... N orth Central 48 UAHi 68 ..... .... N orth Central 58 U-Hi 49 .... ......... P asco 73 U-Hi 71 ..... ......... P asco 90 U-Hi 53 .... ....... M ead 43 U-Hi 46 .... , ....... Mead 51 U-Hi 52 ,... ...... G onzaga 49 U'Hi 54 .... ...... G onzaga 51 U-Hi 68 .... .......... , Ferris 58 U-Hi 67 ..... ........... F erris 51 U-Hi 38 .... .... C entral Valley 36 U-Hi 54 ..... .... C entral Valley 53 U-Hi 60 .... .......... R ogers 53 U-Hi 63 ..... ............ R ogers 48 U-Hi 46 .... . . . Lewis SL Clark 63 U-Hi 62 ..... ..... L ewis 81. Clark 68 U-Hi 38 .... .......,.. S hadle 74 U-Hi 56 ..... .......... S hadle 57 U-Hi 83.... .... North Central 60 U-Hi 59 ..... .... N orth Central 48 U-Hi 53 .... ......... M ead 42 U-Hi 66 ..... ......... M ead 28 U-Hi 61 .... .... G onzaga 55 U-Hi 63 ..... .... G onzaga 56 U-Hi 71 .... ..... F erris 52 U-Hi 66 ..... ....... . . Ferris 55 U-Hi 56 .... ....... F erris 54 U-Hi 50 ..... .... C entral Valley 48 U-Hi 65 .... ........ R ogers 57 U-Hi 51 . , . . . .......... Rogers 48 U-Hi 51 .... . . . Lewis 81, Clark 54 U-Hi 41 ..... ..... L ewis SL Clark 45 tum 3 MANS HITANS 5645, Z3 gn JUNIOR VARSITY: Rick McClure, Charlie Baldwin, Chris Tucker, Jim Peck Kelly ABOVEI Lions, andTigerS. and Beale - . - oh my??? No questions about it. When up Siegel, Chris Erickson, seen Olson, JeffJones, Mark Redkey. FRONT: Coach Bill against the mighty Titans-as Charlie Baldwin proves with his determination. Ames. its not likely that the Lions, Tigers, OR Bears will escape. Oh my! 70 ' Up against tight opposition, Steve Gillis doesn't let anything stpp his dedicated performance, as was pmv the score of this game. at a. jx Q ffsfk 'Hi K E . fp , V so ,L f 3 iffflfwd .-. it 'W fs 3.9 P s-sf' iso-" , 0' if 'Zvi Q29 i Q 5 gf Q 5 jfs V , if-Q X1 Y gf, mf, fm, 5 i ,,it i ,iv ai 5 U-High U-High U-High U-High U-High U-High U-High U-High U-High U-High U-High U-High U-High U-High U-High U-High U-High Ferris .... NC ..... SP ....... Marycliif .... GP ........... Oaksdale ......... Salmon Arm BC Mead ............ LC ............... Rogers... CV ....... .... Fems .... .... NC ...... .... SP ........ .... Marycliff .... .... GP ........ .... Mead ..... .... Girls Basketball: We Are the Champion Speed, hustle, and intensity were the trademarks of the Titans on the basketball floor this season. The girls knew they were the best and they sure proved it! Cheryl King, Kitty Byrne, Renee Bagwell, Jody Thomason, and Sarah Hawkins were the team's five veterans. They provided experience and leadership for the team. Coach Sam Janke knew he had the best team around and the girls sure lived up to their respected coach's expectations. Dedication, discipline, and the buming desire to be number one, carried them to the league Championship. On to State!!! I it ' - lx: Top left: The five retuming seniors this year were Renee Bagwell, Cheryl King Kitty Byrne, Jody Thomason, and Sarah Hawkins. Above: Jody Thomason tights to keep control of the ball. Far left: Coaches Steblaj, Janke, and Crosby, Rhonda Nicol, Renee Bagwell, Jody Thomason, Cheryl King, Kitty Byrne, Donna Kramer, Mary Maxwell, Liz Goodrich, Mary Cunningham, Gail Tafll Sarah Hawkins, Laurie Watson, Terri Williams, and Linda Orahood. Top left: Emotion plays a big part in Sarah's game. Immediate lett: The tive returning seniors this year were Renee Bagwell, Cheryl King, Kitty Byrne, Jody Thomason, and Sarah Hawkins. Right: Junior, Gail Tafftakes control ofthe ball in a game against Shadle Park. Above, top row: Coach Steblaj, Linda Nichol, Jackie Bates, Karen Barnard, Tammy Gaudettc. Bottom row: Kelly Price, Kim Self Cindy Chewning. Bight, top row: Ronda Walters, Renee Moore, Renee Whipple, Lynn Mykelson, Coach Crosby. Bottom row: Julie Bobbett, Brenda McKee, Staci Tucker, Lori Watson. 74 1' Ja 93 Ngwf ' 6 inf- 1 f N, L J x W ... -297' J .V. and B Squad Battle for First Place Se: The 1978-79 .I.V. and B Squad Girls Basketball teams know what it feels like to be winners. In the Greater Spokane League they played outstand- ingly well. Lori Ann Hoyt and Cindy Chewing were named the two all-around top B Squad players, by their coach, Mrs. Steblaj. Lynn Mickelson and Lori Watson were outstanding players for the .I.V. team, which was coached by Mr. Crosby. Coach Steblaj stated that as of the middle of the season, neither team had lost a league game. Left: Coaches .lanke and Steblai plot against their opposition. Below: Sophomore Tammy Gaudette and her Coeur d'Alent opponent put the ball back in action in the season opener. 75 Donkey Defeat For Teachers "We battled the teachers until the end and naturally we came out on top", stated Scooter Ellis, captain of the student team, and President of the Letterclub. The Donkey Basketball game was played on November 7th, and was filled with excitement for both the players and the crowd that came to cheer them on. The students beat the teachers with a iinal score of 36-28. Keith Spragg was high scorer for the studentswith 10 points. All in all, the game was a big success and a night U-High will always remember. -'rt ,ff sf "' .af 357' ,v- pn 4 rs, e, 1- Jw Clockvvise from below: "Hey Coach - Keep your eyes on the game, not on the girls!!" "C'mon donkey, if you come back in and play we'll take you to Mac's after the game," plead the momentarily sidelined Jeff Witter and Brad Sheldon. Teachers Holmes and VanMeter smile despite their defeat. Da-Da-Dum, Da-Da-Dum, Da-Da-Dum, Dum, Dum: Hi Ho, Mr. Janke!! Mr. Van Meter tries to get it in, as Mr. Lusk tries to get on, SeniorTodd Bobbett "races" domm the court towards the basket, in complete control, as Mike Myers guards him well. 'Wh ll-High' Gymnasts Go For Th Gu to! U-High Gymnasts, standing fourth in the league at the time of publication, are mostly all returnees of last years team. Coach Oswald states, "The girls from last year have improved their skills greatly and it really shows: their optional routines are of higher risk and quality this year. Most nights the girls have very hard workouts, but once in a while the team isn't too highly motivated." Coach Oswald continues, "The girls are now looking forward to some good competition in optional meets against C.V., Shadle, and Ferris." Stacy Bolyard is last year's State Competitor. We hope to have more of our girls go to State this year and from the looks of things right now it could be very promising." ' ' Above: Marci Allen accomplishes an excellent mount on the balance beam. Right: bottom row: Debbie Gettig. Second row: Kathy Reeve, lmgr.l, Kim Allen, Bev Morris, Jami Byes, tmgrl. Third rowg Kim Bergeson, Sheila Braman, Gail Thieman. Fourth row: Teresa Becker, Kathy Clark. Fifih row: Marci Allen, Stacie Bolyard. 78 M... ,,.,..t ---v'w4rP1lllllC ..m..f...,.m A - M . .. M., ., ...M it - . - -A W V, ' V., lf'-.Q-rv 5'-9?--ff. 3 f . . W -1- N,N,,,.1 4 .A-M.E.It,r ,R L H Rift , yt' fy ' ' ,QQ5 .- . ,W,.,,t,A, . 4, .,.V typ, Vnlflgrllpili lw7.'Iz xmh Qi -. 1 'K wi:-3' A' . mu-f MJF.. 3 i 1 Far left: Teresa Becker expresses great concentration as she goes for her"eagle" on the parallel bars. Left: Sheila Braman shows nice control as she moves across the balance beam. Below left: Kim Allen really uses her head for this breathtaking mount on the balance beam. Below: Gail Theiman expresses her gracefulness while posing on the balance beam. Below left: Mrs. Oswald obselves, as Debbie Gettig goes in for her vault. Center: Kim Allen is "head over' heels" over this vault. Right: Stacey Bolyard is really flying high after this vault. :gl Wrestlers University Wrestlers held a 3-Z league record with an overall score of 8 wins 4 losses at the time of publication. Coach Lusk stated, "One of our most outstanding seniors this year is Dan Doughty." Dan has lost only one match so far, which was to tough competitor Rudy Pazer of West Valley. Other than that Dan has held a very outstanding record. Other outstanding wrestlers are Juniors, Dave Bagwell and Jim Guinn. Dave is undefeated in the league so far and Jim lost his first match to an undefeated Mead wrestler. Senior Kent Peterson is definitely a regional hopeful for this season along with brother, Greg Peterson. "Greg is our onlv Slfllf' veteran returning to the team this yearf' stated Coach Lusk. Captains are J eff Witter and Dave Bagwell who will be leading the team through an outstanding season. Coach Lusk states, "Sophomores, Neal Davis and Mike Anderson are promising wrestlers. They too could do outstanding in Districts." Coach Secilia concurs with Coach Lusk that we have a better tournament team than last year. ji if Q e Top right: Kent Peterson shows great control over his guy in this breath taking position. Above: Mike Anderson got this Deer Park opponent in a good tish hook position. Right: Scott Glennie looks a little nervous as he readiusts his kneepads before taking on his man. Qi. 80 M M, M... Q yt... wi 'tif 'fffi:f'- J A "fm me , Vv, P J. .1 t,,JgJ 4 :: Q3 ' W.. ,fm fig H 6, I ,, Far left: Frank Peterson looks as though hes in tor a hard landing in the hands of his fighting "friend". Above: John Robertson shows great strength as he battles it out with his opponent. Lett: Scott Glennie looks like he's not about to let this guy get away livin him. Front row: Dave Bagwell, Neal Davis, Lynn Hurst, Greg Peterson. Second row: Kris Johnson, Scott Glennie, Lee Clark, Mike Anderson, Kent Peterson, Teresa McCaslin. Third row: Coach Lusk, Coach Richardson, Jeff Witter, Jim Guinn, Jim Dickenson, Dan Daughty, Coach Sicilia. 81 J.V. Wrestlers ! ! ! ! Bottom row: Ty Grandolfo, Andy Jackson, Darrin Olson. Second row: Dan Ditbemer, Jerry Moolick. Jeffwiggs, Mark Fromviller, Third row: Brian Padrta, Bill Johnson, John Robertson, Scott Glennie. .,4'f' Above: Just look at the muscles on Greg Peterson as hc shows his man just who's gonna win this match. Right: John Robertson watches follow teammates with great interest, ,..--' Track Team Sets High Goals The 1979 co-ed Track teams are anticipating an outstanding season, according to Coach Bill Ames. The coaching staff and athletes have set high goals for 1979, the iirst ot which is the Greater Spokane League Championship, followed by a big State win! This year's Track team consists of a number of quality athletes, some of whom were 1978 state competitors- Kitty Byrne, Renee Bagwell, and Erik Krauss. "I believe 1979 will be one of the best years ever at University High School in Track and Field," stated Coach Ames. Returning State Veteran Kitty Byme reaches fora U-Hi victory in the 880. Kitty earned "top" middle distance runner title in the Greater Spokane League. She placed second in G.S.L. in herlunior year. s Renee Bagwell paced U-Hi hopes for state in the Top Weight Shotput. She was one of three State Veterans from Junior year efforts. Rated "one of the top sprinters in the state" by Coach Ames, Erik Krauss awaited Spring competition with enthusiasm. His 100 yard dash performances earned him a State birth last year. Track Take The Field Senior Ty Harper, one of U-Hi's best iavelin thmwers, offered good potential to state competition this year. One of the best high jumpers in Eastem Washington was Senior Steve Uht, His highest jump to date is 67". Seniors, Front Row: Joe Monfor- ton, Robyn Aschenbrener, Paul Nienhuis, Holly Steele, Randy Schoop, Kitty Byrne, Ty Harper, Cheryl King, Mike Myers, Renee Bagwell. Second Row: John Rob- ertson, Chris Phillion, Gary Van- diver, Angie Wells, Lori Shagina, Carrie Taplin, Craig LaFord, Steve Uht, Mike Crouse. Third Row: Greg Fiscus, Jeff Hubble, Scott Kuhlman, Jock Hatch, Craig Husa. Sam Parker, Jim Thompson. Last Row: Rick Sandeno, Greg Chris- tianson, Sam Cathcart, Dave Dikes. 84 Nm ..- rs, la. X - f :gf Trackster Craig Husa runs for the "thrill of victory" and denounces "the agony of defeat." MANAGERS, FRONT ROW: Dave Albert, Cathy Peck, Brian Christianson, Sandy Skierka, and Bob Hughes. COACHES, SECOND ROW: Bob Barbero, Mike Van Matre, Glen MacPhee, Doug Steck, and Joe Espinoza. LAST ROW: Sherri Culver and Head Coach Bill Ames. JUNIORS FRONT ROW: Mary Cunningham, Bob Yater, Rob- yn Fogg, Brian Kenna, Barb Green, Mark Rodkey, Teri Budinger, Chris Tucker, Deb- bie Gibson, Scott Spencer. SECOND ROW: Aaron Altene der, John Tondini, Erik Krauss, Doug Kircher, Donna Cramer, Bruce Lightfoot, Kevin Robin- son, Dave Foster, Rick Bos- trom. THIRD ROW: Tim Shobe, Quinn Schultz, Brian Kovisich, Dave Olson, Butch Hoisington, Ron Adcock. SOPHOMORES FRONT HOW: Bill Johnson, Shari Schenk, Brian Utley, Tammy Gaudette, Kevin Drew, Lorie Ann Hoyt, Pat Swanson, Paula Baine, Dwight Boechler, Cathy Mo- Caslin. SECOND ROW: Lynn Mickelson, Kent Stein, Maria Encinas, Troy Brown, Ann Melton, Bill Cunningham, Beth Budinger, Todd Myers. THIRD ROW: John Spatz, Dan Ditt- bemer, Sherri Ross, Jeanne Hannin, Chris Osure, Chris Butler, Brad Kuhlman. FOUR- TH ROW: Kevin Doege, Mitch McCleod, Bruce Reynolds, Pierre Snediker, Chad Little, Mitch Dice, Dan Flory. FIFTH ROW: Jim Walker, Dave Gos- sling, Steve Gillis, Art Tveit. 85 !.......:..-- VARSITY ROW ONE Scooter Ellis, Darrell Pope Marty Barth, Chris Delegans Dave Guyll Jon Nalder, Dan Warren .Ion Holland. ROW TWO .Ioh Davies Tommy Fisher. Dan Lollison Andy Jackson. Tim Yamada Tom Destefano, Carmen Espinoza Scott Price ROW THREE .lay Allen Ll'II'lS Nienhuis, Scott Olson Dave Gregory, Craig Hawkins Tim Peterson, Scott Reckord Larry Schmedding. varsity action Baseball: Slides into Action Strike three! You're out! Defeated again! These were only a few of the calls which the University Titans never had to hear .... Well maybe just one or twice!?! The varsity team started out new this year with most of its players being brought up from .I.V., plus the returning nine from last year. The newest member is the new and eager coach Don Ressa, who, as the head coach completes the team. His willingness to play and achieve was an added advantage to the team along with their own goals and ideas, and the diligent help of Mr.Crosby and Mr. Garcia in getting the guys around the bases. TOP RIGHT: Marty Barth shows the expression of a dedicated baseball player! MIDDLE RIGHT: What a target, Scooter! !Scooter's natural position for playing baseball is not looking dovsm.! BELOW: As we said, Mr. Ressa adds a new approach to the game of baseball. BELOW RIGHT: Andy Jackson scoops up the ball to get the runner out at first. "' ya' .I-...Q fi' 1 . Z:-fn . :HEI A v- , rw ' "" F I ?Q. ...Q s :mm "ev, .v. f . 'fa"'f A :P I I a'f.n as 4 he . 5 - ..., .'1.!Y- 1 4. ,,, -' -Q'-'?4'2'f .1221 ., -C 7-tv' fs 37' ll' af f -':- -:HH 2... iwrigai his IW? - x ,M e. 4, 'r'!f. 'ns v-png Sd 7' 'S , ' sf' I 1 '11 :"-V1-9. at u -,Z as 1IT'4'V.5' ,f Exif .. ' ' ' K r, if ,ifajf 3 Na+.-,'aQ1+ .IUNIOH VARSITY, HOW ONE: Isittingl John Bumgardner, Scott Conrad, Bruce Steele, Steve Henry, Dean Hostedder. BOW TWO: Teresa Niessing, Keith Zackow, Eric Husted, Glen Galliher, Harold Wilson, Seth Bland, Dave Spragg, Steve Duff HOW THREE: John Williams, Rick Kay, Marty Cosby, Dean Gibbs, Troy Cole, Paul Scott, Kippy Erickson, Mr. Lusk. w 1 Above left: What style! What form! What grace! It looks like yes, well maybe, it isg a grounder! Above right: With a position like that pitcher, it's no wonder the batter got a hit Right: Coach Lusk starts the race for the ball, On your mark, get set, go! J.V. Baseball Swings into the Season The junior varsity team headed out this past year with great enthusiasm. Mr. Lusk coached the team again for the second year, and all the guys enjoyed his "learning experiences." The team, whose members were mostly sophomores, had great potential and all of it was put to use in defending the U-High team. Y. A -l 87 Girls Softball Teams Go ll Out For 1979 Season' The University High School Girl's Softball team looked for a highly successful season in 1979. With many returning veterans, Coach Dudley Mizoguchi lShortyl is optimistic about the Titan season in the Greater Spokane League. "We should finish near the top" stated the handsome coach. The returning players included Lori McClure, Sarah Hawkins, Rita Campbell, Paula Tibbals, and Candy Allen who are expected to be in starting positions for the third straight year. Other returning letterman include Colleen Windsor, Sr.: Gail Talf Jr., and Staci Tucker, Jr. Newcomers who are expected to play an important role in Titan success are Rhonda Nicol, Jr., Terri Williams, Jr., Cindy Chewning, Soph., and Michelle Looney, Soph. The highlight ofthe early season was a weeklong trip to San Jose, California, where the Titans played three San Jose teams and visited the sites and attractions of the San Francisco Bay area. VARSITY: FRGNT BOW: Lori McClure, Staci Tucker, Denise Moss, Jackie Boardman ROWTWO Sarah Hawkins, Rita Campbell, Gail Taff Cindy Chewning, Terri Williams Colleen Windsor ROW THREE: Michelle Quigley, Candy Allen, Theresa McCaslin, Terri Moore Rhonda Nicol Michelle Looney, Brenda McKee, Coach Dudley Mizoguchi. "B" SQUAD: FRONT ROW: Kim Allen, Cheryl Bergland, Dawn Horgan, Kathy Hillary, Mary Puhek, Kathy West, Renee M001-e, Sarina Hill, Sandy Anne Crawford. ROW TWO:.lami Buys, Marci Allen, Wendyvigue, Wendy Andrews, Kim Self Coach Ken Richardson, Davis, Kelly Price, Robin Long, Kathy Warren. ROW THREE: Tami Shafer, The B-squad softball team attempts to match their successful 14-4 season irom last year. Coach Kent Richardson is enthusiastic about his team who are led by Jrs. Kathy Warren, Renee Moore, and sophomores Dawn Horgan, Wendy Vigue, Kathy Hillary, Wendy Davis, SandyAndrews and Marci Allen. The B-squad will play a full Z3 game schedule including a double-header with perrenial Idaho power, Lewiston. TOP LEFT: Dudley "Shorty" Mizoguchi and Kent "Bullit" Richardson. IMMEDIATE LEFT: B-- Squad player Wendy Vigue gets ready for action, The girls' tennis team, coached by Miss Marilyn Hastings held their own in league play this fall and looks like a strong contender this spring. It is a young, experienced team which has a lot of depth. This fall we had two Greater Spokane League cham- pions, Janie Walsh and Cara Westerhoff. These girls are still hopefuls for this spring. Mr. Gilchrist, head coach of the boys' tennis team, stated that he had no prediction for the up- coming spring tennis season. "My prediction rests on the fact y that we should have a stronger team this spring, being able to improve on our Fall Record." Our three top Varsity players: Kevin Cox, Nate Lawless, and Barry Roberts have been taking clinics all winter long. X " -' sz. , ,. .Ni-M' - H - b"'-Q. K I as ' - - 41 -ig.- LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Wheeler, Chris Cathcart, Charlotte I-'latmlc Ann Clark, Sharon Rosenthal, Kay McMulk.in, Laurie Gross, Emily Hart, Janie Walsh, Cara Westerhoff Lori Shagina, Jeri Altmeir, Kathy Reeve, Lisa Sime, Jami Erickson, Sheila Wygant, Tracy Fields, Marcia Miserek. Zockie Arsova, Patty Tunison, Kathy Tunison. Coach, Miss Marilyn Hastings. ABOVE: Kevin Cox spends extra time working on his serve. ABOVE RIGHT: Ben Evans powerfully follows through on his serve. RIGHT: Lori Shagina warms up before one of her matches. L I I 4 4 f f x tal llg l I , I l -s-9. f,'- .T-.f,',Y gh I 4"- L...-fff .ly stat-X K Sv...x Y FAR ABOVE: Lisa Sime dives to save the ball!! ABOVE: Barry Roberts shows intense concentration while preparing to smash the ball over the net. RIGHT: Janie Walsh works on her powerful backhand. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kevin Peden, Tracy Stephens, Ilkka Jauhiainen, Arthur Cordero, Scott Phillion. ROW TWO: Nate Lawless, Kevin Cox, Heinz Frauhaufter, Curt Lindner, Anders Haker, Dave Johnson, ROW THREE: Coach, Mr. Bill Gilchrist, Kelly Sigel, Ben Evans, Oliver Rabe, Dave Hall, Marty Orr, 91 Titan Golfers This year the Titan golfers hope to attend the Invitational Tournament which will begin March 17, in Kennewick Coach Mike Robey stated, "We should win at least half of matches here, and this will qualify us to go on to the tournament." Four players who Mr. Robey expected to do exceptionally well were: Sen- ior, Rich Williamsg Juniors, Terry McNair and Bill Leich- ner, and Sophomore, Brad Tucker. Coach Robey also said, "We have a young team this year, so next year we ought to do better than ever!" RIGHT: Junior Rob Schultz shows intense concentration as he works toward another victory. LOWER RIGHT: Senior Rich Williams displays perfect form during the first match of the '79 season. 92 shaun., "Drive" for Victory "lh1..,,. , .Y kg. T33 M f.if . Nay.. 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V. . l S ,.... , i s., E' K ' " 59.2.3 A. A wtf in ,KV ' 3 z X Pam Ady Aaron Alteneder Ron Atchison Leisa Baldwin Rich Beck Michelle Bertholf Janet Albert Molly Anderson Scott Auble Debbie Bass Teresa Becker Michelle Best xiii tp Jay Allen Janet Allen Sherri Anderson Wendy Anderson .letf Austin DHVG Bagwell jgn Bass Georgia Bates Mike Beecher Mark Benish Kris Blaylock Joann Bleu M The Junior class started the year by electing their oflicers, who planned the Junior Prom and also looked ahead to their Senior Ball. The olicers are: front row: Renee Whipple, Linda Taylon Second rowg Vickie VanCott, Daniela Merseive. Third row: Kim Persons. , , ,W W., fr ,F , j , V 3 s I '-V. A 5 x, ' ,A l I , , ,V If ,, 'lr-fi 51555. Sm: fig fsfrffifiwwfifki v.iw,-fp. were li. ,cf L " i 1 ,.x ttyl :A Q - 22' 23 - 53 , i Z 3? -A NM . . -1 . 59' gi.. Q 'di' 1 V , ui . 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Diane Blount Jackie Boardman Kathy Bwhm Kay B0hn Ken Boles Stacey B0lyaI'd Rick Bostnom Kristin B0yleS Sheila Bfaman Greg Braymen Mike Brito Brian BI'00kb21I1k 3 f 5 Deanna Brown Susan Brown Tammi Brown Deanna Brummett Teri Budjnger Gretchen Bumgamer '- 97 Doug Buska David Butcherite Jami Buys Ame Bye Janis Campbell Joe Campman J.P. Carbon Chris Chamberlin Pamela Chase Brad Chewing Lee Clark Ellen Clarke Teresa Cokayne Todd Collins Jeff Combs Lisa Conrad Scott Conrad Donna Cramer Patty Crass Debbie Cumbee Mary Cunningham Chris Curtis Lorrie Dale 'hang Dang Kristi Danner John Davies Lorie Davies Barbara Davis Bonnie Davis Colene Davis Lisa Davis Steve Davis Bobbi Dazell Rod DeGagne Maria Delegans Tom DeStehno Arun Diedrich Kim Dietzel Doug Dixon Carolyn Doty Melody Dronen Lisa Duncan Juniors Jitter Better -1- W?" X RQ .4 in v ng, ,J t 'L " f'. D , fr Q ,.,,,,.,,.. ,V my fc ,. gm, '21 f 2 Y 'J vi' it-.1 9 I if nw' 3 Vmffw 1 I exxciirix 4 ' rx. 1 X , ,, i U mlm . 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Marvaleen Duthie Brad Edwards James Edwards Lynn Ehlis Kevin Eisenbarth Mart: Ellis Cris Erickson Brad Erickson Jarni Erickson Mark Eschlirnan Carman Espinoza Starell Evans Christy Fall Dorine Farley Eddie Fechner Tracy Fields Brenda Flory Robyn Fogg Heinz Fraunhoffer Robert Freeman Scott Fumish Toni Gaines Theresa Galloway Henry Gasper Denise Gates Allison Gentry Kim Gibbard Debbie Gibson Leanne Gibson Barbara Gilbert Juniors present Ll-Hi ln Valley Pageant Lisa Gillis 7 ""- J Q31 lx .fm A v E Scott Glennie 1' X Q Si V, 1, X-vt 5 if V F 1 J Liz Goodrich 'J I W 4 . Q ir' 'A f , f I , fm. Ted Gorder A iv, I 'X ' .VAG f l W 'i" " 54 Qigfgrfii, -V ftlaul Debbie Gothmann X A A' iii ? 'Q-L. J' wily 3 K LAX ,fi R Q ' ta J J.,-.X it ini.. t. L . 4. L, Q i N' ' Y 3 r ba, . f. . 1:15 E .. Terri Graves 7 A: ,," N J i 1 J.D.Gr1een -V "i:i' ' I V ' Barb Greene wi' H ' V J F-'Q ff? it fig:-Q' Connie Grenz ' J David Gregory . ' J ,V n I 'rif NK Brenda Griilith ix J it 1 ,. it ,.. V A SUeGw1h '62, , ',2 Qs- 'W' W Jim Guinn it ,fl J J xv 5 fi H Julie Gustafson ' ff? N "' Af-'n 7 Julie Hafner A A I 34, - Q ' 5 if AHde1'SHHkeP Qi f ,nse are ., N David Hall f J 'M ' ,non . J Q, be r W 3 , ,f' If hub - "-' J V -ru' Debi Halverson Sabrina Hanley 1 , Blaine Hansen LR Karley Hansen Renee Hanson f Keith Harr ' fi , ,yi 'ar' Q ff: H Traci Harvey Debbie Haskins Scott Haskins Addy Hatch Cathy Haux J, Sl. ' r ' Kevin Harr ' Q., ' -"" Z' ' if Viv 1' at wr' wi at y l , Brian Haydel I M i ,Ah 'vs Qs ,, 4, Maryanne Hayes - ,ig r r Pauline Heidecker ,,.,, ' - Steve Hennessey N ' Y Y 5 Steve Henry i M J Kami Heuston ,V 5 ,. A U, y 535 l .. atea ez z H J if x. Janice Hicks J I Dan Higgins X' 41 John Hoiland ' ' if Butch Hoisington ' Larry Hoisington Janet Hollen fi' ' - ' t " Greg Holts ' ' T' Kendel Howry Nelson Humiston Susie Hussey Andy Jackson Sue Jarvis - M, feb, ,, 1- ' . ,f--,' st J X lime. .J Ti , ,LV fi J N' J' 3,4 . Y' i:gi'l"' . ,,,., :'::,f5?5 L 2 fa Ag 100 :.r-:a:fwzfv'1 f -. f Wgzrmrvt wg.-1' Q ,,f, . . .l V-.J Q rj M 'QHS4 , x 1 A ' 1 vw. 1 - , . S J' 1 t. -,... - J .W QQ Usa Jay if I M . 5 ,SJ . .W . ,V , Greg Johns Q -t 1, E 5 A -t S' Kristin Johnson 1 ZY- ' Q J- ' ' ' Q X Teresa Johnson ,Vg ' it ,Egg ' ,A 1 ,- if xi- Rick Jonas , A D A J six dye rf- ,Mfg V Colleen Jones i Yif -' I fri' A . - Y 1 r gp. f '. ,gy I 'll ,. wp .4 V A Q ff? . x hid LN 'L ei lno .R J 3 Y QQ - ,vt ,a, tie 5 , ,I Jeff Jones Taylor Julian Don Kemp Brian Kenna Kris Keiifer Steve Kihara Dan King Doug Kircher Larry Kite Marcie Klobucher , Stephanie Knox Brian Kovacich Kim mm Bill Kramer Erik Krauss Mike Kuester Jeff Kulp Edith Lambert A Vx ' wg-fwz, Beth Lamm Juli Lani Kelli Lang Bill Leichner Julie Leonard Teri Leonard The Junior class elected six girls to be candidates for the title of Miss Spokane Valley. These girls are: front row: Laurie Armstrong, Renee Whip ple. Back row: Traci Harvey, Daniela Merserve, Debbie Haskins and Sandra Howell. Three finalists represented the school in a Valleywide competi- tion in January. Teri Liepold Bruce Lightfoot Virginia Littell Brent Littler Steve Lively Natasha Lodahl Jetf Long Robin Long Cheryl Ludvik Skip Mace Renee Mclnnes Mark MacPherson Dan Mahaffey Lori Mahlum Tracey Martin Dana Mason Diane Mathis Mary Maxwell Heidi McAuliff Theresa McCaslin Rick McClure Scott McCombs Brad McCracken April McCumber Brenda McKee Jamie McKenzie Blake McKinley Kevin McMulkin Terry McNair Gary Merritt Daniela Merserve Glenn Miller Ron Miller Scott Miller Marcia Mistenek Vicci Momb Jerry Moolick Tammy Moon Renee Moore Terr'i Moore John Morris Kim Morrow Terry Mouming Debbie Muirhead Jody Mullet Laurie Murray Tom Naussley Jan Niccolls Class of '80 Cooks Up A Storm z,1f1r3?" I I t A ,, A A M .t eklk M i K v 1 M A 554 VJ , xt ji -e ff -'Q ku " ' v- 5 ' , 'Q X r 5 'Q ',., 1' ,f--Yffw r 'M "iii A If -f AW 55i,r" 'f i ,,,- I , , . 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W 1 'zz .1 , 1 J - ,gage .5 Z ' .' ,A wif Rhonda Nicol Karen Niehenke Randy Nowasld Paul Nystrom Dave Oakes Jim O'Br'ien Jerry O'Dell Bob Oglesbee Greg Olds Sheldon Olds Kari Olsen Kris Olsen Dave Olson Josetta Olson Scott Olson Connor O'Regan Allan Orr Marty Orr Paul Osbom Terry Osbom Sue Osterback Kathleen Owens Rick Packer Scott Palmer Darryl Parks Devin Pearson Monique Peaslee Jim Peck Kay Pelley Kim Persons Future "Ga1loping Gourrnets" from U-Hi whip up something special Ipossibly even edible,l in 4th period Coed cooking class. 10 Adam Peterman Will Peterman Steve Peters Greg Peterson Lori Peterson Dave Phifer Craig Phillips Dawn Pogue Alice Polignoni Dave Ponsness Stacia Porter Dan Powell Debi Powell Scott Price Wanda Provo Mary Puhek David Quass Michelle Quigley Oliver Rabe Cindy Rawson Suzy Reasoner Scott Reckord Kathy Reeve David Reeves Judy Reger Scott Rentel Rob Rhodes Steve Ries Katherine Riley Paul Roberds Mike Roche Mark Rodkey Tia Rodgers Jei Rooks Jeff Roma Mike Rootvik Michael Ross Hope Rossmeier Kevin Rotchford Christy Sampson Debbie Sandeno Lisa Sanders Juniors Create Bomb ,f-4. ,i 123 10 QH1' .1 4' , ' we-r,. -11+ 2 ,1 E,-. j-fq,4 .,..1 .4 . , me 5' 1 .I M l X. 4 A QS X HZ v X 5 " f--.... -'-, s ' 3 ,.,. , t at Q , Q rl Y 5 L , 'a ,i l f F ' . a ,ft x 1 Ri ? 6 N ' Q21 'SC Q55 gl 1 I ,E J . rg fr " Y t f T 2 Q fig. 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Carl Saunders Doreen Sauve Tammy Schafer Steve Schenk John Scheuneman Larry Schmedding Michele Schmitz Quinn Schultz Rob Schultz Paul Scott Pat Scroggin Lynette Seeman Steve Shagina' Pam Shatto Brian Sheldon Alan Sheperd Danette Sherwin Tim Shobe Pat Shook Kelly Sigel Lisa Sime Jeri Simmons Kelly Skierka Larry Slagle Jeanne Smith Doug Snider Scott Spencer Lori Springer Frank Stadler Jonathan Stearns Chris Stemple Laurie Stephenson Mark Stokes Matt Sullivan Marissa Sullivan Mike Sulya Lynn Swisher Gail Taff Kathy Taylor Linda Taylor Steve Taylor Mike Tennyson Dave Thomas John Tondini Louis Miquel Torres Sue Towles Julie Trent David Tuchek Terri Tschetter Joe Tucker Staci Tucker Patty Tunison Reed Tumer Jill Tuttle Larry Tyler Phil Tyree Vicki VanCott Craig VanSkaik .lei Vandiver Stuart VanZyverden Heidi Vej sz Mike Vigessa Kim Vigneri Steve Visintainer Smart Vogelman Rich Vogt Joe Wadlington Angela Walker Robbie Wallace Julie Waller Laura Walther Kathy Warren Tim Watson Greg Watts Vickie West Tammy Westerhoff Alice Wheeler Charles Wheeler Renee Whipple Sheri White Wayne White Troy Whitten Brian Vwggs Scott Williams fl wx I 1 S S l if . il V . ' -wif ,, F ffiif 42 jf, 'f' fe. A 'i X f or J ' f by" Y-Zfffijfkffi , 5. ai K 1+ sm: fi fi, i ggf: ,QM W, ,,,,,, -E , fi Slum 4 -. -4. R P '- 'in In Memoriam On October 2.6, 1978 the faculty and students of University High School suffered the loss of David Deasy. Dave was a member of Crimson Band. Stage Band, Fnench Club and the Percussionauts. He is missed by all who knew him. Terri Williams Tisha vthneinger Clayton Mnton Kevin Wisenor LeaAnn Mtter Donna Wold Bob Wolf Jay Woods Ron Woolcock Kyle Wyatt Bob Yates Keith Zachow Not Pictured Ray Arment Steve Bassett Russ Biomstad Robert Brown John Budig Phillip Chapman Richard Collison Kathleen Colon Carl Couch David Foster Ty Grandolfo Bud Gritlith Craig Haase Shelly Hager Teny Hartson Steven Henke Jett' Highley Sandra Howell Robin Howell Carey James Deborah Johannes Tina Lus Kim Mm-oh! Yvonne Millspaugh Jody Mullett Nasser Nukho Kathy Pennington Steven Ray Gordon Reed Leilani Reed Sue Reed James Ring Paul Scott Ray Sherman Lawerence Lawerence Slagle Shelby Slater Gail Thieman 108 artest-Who's smartest-Who's smartest- teachers-All those teachers-All those teac s?--The administrators-The administrato m papers-Tests and term papers-Tests a ectures?-Remember those lectures-Rem lass-Skipping class-Skipping class- Skip -Homework vs. dates-Homeworkvs. date iPhew!J-Chemistly lab iphew! J-Chemistr ng-Munchies in Co-Ed cooking-Munchie out-Counselors help out!-Counselors hel :amu- i ,-AQ 'Win W e A-a., - r. . ' 'T m-,.-, 'F' 1. . s. -f 4' .-,.' ,i.4.'. Q ' 7 157- , f , uv 'f' 'C'-14-. 5 J". :..-,, W " " '.v:':::..,. J " ' 't-55,55 -' . it!- , slr 1 :Ax -'Z' '7 'Y '- E.. ..,..- . ,H V L -1' ' if " if f. xi Q .. '- A . -. .-4.-.Z G' N-. iii'-'65-11Q,, :ai 2, H- N ,o ' an I 'J ' r ' , , -4-,'xX 4"' ' , .Q -7 ,- - 'fflixe:fs.w:4'fF-Liifassssuf-5' .f., - 9 ,vi ...wr 53 sua!-'. . 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'wilt-'i,'w F, " ,mg '.- :ya-'QA JE, ' 3559 TY- 'N 5' ,gi in. 'fi-' . ' ig: . 'vgg , ' ,i W Sczssffhgg- ..., lf x '-ffN9-ry -Q. . ,A " - - EQ. .. . . W, 'l..q. 'Gigi' ' e 109 11 S.E.L.F. Reaching 0ut to the Community A new grading system and a new adviser greeted the S.E.L.F. students for the '78-'79 school year. The 36 students of the Student Educational Learning Force program have gone on a standard grading system instead of the pass! fail system they received in previous years. S.E.L.F. students commute from U-Hi to the six local elementary schools lBroadway, Opportunity, South Pines, Chester, McDonald and Universityl to serve as teachers' aides. Leroy Flatt, the adviser for the S.E.L.F. program was extremely pleased with the results of the course. "The students really got a lot out of this class, not only our students, but also the students of the local elementary schools." S.E.L.F. Class, Front Row: Jan Mathis, Lagena Giles, Sandy Gilmore, Pegg Boardman, Jeri Altmaire, Jodi Schnieder, Kim Cassel. Second Row: Tina Campbell, ,- Cindy Haskins, Jenny Andrews, Chris Olson, Joann gl Workland, ConnieThompson, Denise Moss. Third Row: if A E If ff Cathy Peck, Lisa Taii Bonnie Becker, Donna Carlson Sue Beevers, Donna Roseborough, Cindy Haskel, Suzie Q Granger, Cathy Pendleton. Forth Row: Barb Ostmm, Diane Keys, Jackie Skidmore, Karen Minor, Craig Brauif 4 Mike Heise, Pat O'Neill, and Mike Shiosaki. . ' ' 4 if Q 0, X YS Mr. LeRoy Flatt, S.E.L.F. advisor, takes a break from planning second semester schedules to pose for the "Kronos" photographer! Cindy Haskell apparently enjoys practicing the number system for her S.E.L.F. students at University Elementary School. Donna Roseborough takes a break here at U-H from her little chargers! 1 Scholars Join Honor Societ Honor Society is a club designated for high academic achievers. The organ- ization is strictly honorary, there- fore the group does not sponsor any activities. This is decided by a majority vote of the members at the beginning of the year. Exactly how are Honor Society mem- bers chosen? The applicants apply directly to the National Honor Society for membership. One must also have the requested g.p.a. to iulill the requirements. Sophomores-3.8, Jun- iors-3.4, and Seniors-3.2. Mr. Brown, the Honor Society advisor, said that nearly Zfa of the members receive scholarships and all of them recieve certiicates of membership. He stated, "The basic reason for joining, however, is the appearance of it on your record." Honor Society members, Mike Shiosaki, and Lori Shagina demonstrate the high level of intelli- gence maintained by the Society. Members of the National Honor Society include, front row, Ilett to rightl: Lauri Thompson, Donna Nicol, Kelly Davis, Linda Orahood. Second row: Mike Wallin, Susie Hussey, Barb Cook, Mike Shiosaki, Lisa Gudgel. Last row: Brent Thordarson, John O'Brien, Kevin Cox, Jim Jones, Craig Husa, and Carrie Taplin. Not pictured: Becky Albert, Jill Blackwell, Cathy Clement, Tammy Grytness, Lori Ivester, Sue Jarvis, Julie Jeckle, Steve Kihara, Erik Krauss, Marcia Misterek, Bill Phifer, Tom Rumpeltes, Lori Shagina, Holly Steele. and Mike Tennyson. U-High Names Top Scholars Three seniors will lead the class of 379 in academic standings at graduation, according to Principal Jim Stickney. Brent Thordarson earned the coveted number one spot with Jill Blackwell and Donna Nic- ol close behind. Valedictorian and Salutatorian titles honor the stu- dents who have maintained the highest level of aca- demic excellence over their three years at University High. This year's winners were perfect examples of this - all three maintained a 3.9 G.P.A. or better over their three years. Named Valedictorian, Brent Thordarson plans to go to the University of Pudget Sound next fall. Brent main- tained a perfect 4.0 G.P.A. through his high school career. The Salutatorian award is shared by Jill Blackwell and Donna Nicol who both maintained a 3.97 G.P.A. to rank second in the class. Jill plans to attend the University of Washington Engineering School next year and Donna will enroll at Pacific Lu- theran University. au: f 5 l Q1-f' .-'. ' "f f , ui, Principal Jim Stickney Crightl congratulates Donna Nicol, Brent Thordarson and Jill Blackwell on their records as he named the three academic leaders of the Class of '79 x 11 iq' 1 "" 1 ,5 Q i Jock Hatch earned a S2000 general academic Scholarship to the Univer- f gif ff, ' - Wg ! 3 ik A A, G . . ' 5 5 , Qt sity ofPuget Sound John O Brien also received a S2000 scholarship to the 1 i'i1 fi University of Dallas but announce- i 5- 1 ment was too late to allow photo inclusion. s Two Titan girls were appointed to the academies thisyear. They were Renee Bagwell Ito the Militaiy and Merchant Marine Academy? and Holly Steele lto the Military and Air Force Academies and an NROTC scholarship! Craig Husa and Dale Higgs also earned appointments to the Air Force Academy and the Merchant Marine Academy, respectively. iie ' e . '-y- -- 't w-'t' A " 1 5345 W 521 if This year the class of '79 received about S405,000.00 in scholar- A F? ,. a t 'F sh1p awards. As of March 16, four Tltans had been accepted at ff? .f,. . sw. mf m111tary academres. Five other semors had received monetary M' grants ranging in amount from S100 to S2,000. grew 1' . ,, .'f15'. ' 23f' 'ff w as i aww H ft gr- ' '1 1 l l X wu- xr 5 Pl l 1979 National Merit Scholarship winners receive awards from Principal Jim Stickney. They am: Gail Bayne, Jock Hatch, Lisa Nicolaysen, Mr. Stickney inot a winnerll, Bill Phifer, Becky Albert, Allen Johnson, John O'Brien and Elisa Frost. These winners were chosen by their test scores on the National Merit Test. This year Sam Cathcart, Misty Carlson, and Craig Husa were winners ofthe local Elks Scholarships. These awards of S100 each are given for vocational and academic excellence. IDI, Q mn 99' " ow ,itll gl M, .v"'gq iid 'Org pa 'COA 1 I' si ll WO, Z. f',Q?J.tsQ f-Agxifi-.gag Y 11:':-1 ,. 4- Q ff , Mfr, 115 it a'h-Ng, its tm' 2:1-iv' .V lr-'1'f-:M 1 me K .fl Ti 'Q -.eff Q ft Q A - . ., .1 4-If , 1- . - ' R .X Y' sg A N5f','Tj'9w',Z'.l -ff in f fm - :1 1 ,- , 54. M X .1 Q 1 -,,vj.,,3tg:S:,g-:ws M55 3 im, was 'if S-,:'s5'!ssia5 Q 2 iH " xlyi1 ft l' 'ft 5 Hpogf. tl 1653 . . it 1 Vw gg i- Q'-f-'g-'iiesxif-xr, is - t sw sl2i:e:fl4rixEJ' . " VW-22-3 Administration Proves Busy A new starting time and a new Senior class schedule most reminded students of Central Administration work this year. "But there is a lot more to it than that explained Mr. Charles Stocker, Assistant Su- perintendent of Schools. Mr. Stocker said that an earlier starting time for the Senior High Schools provided enough time to bus elementary stu- dents at the end of the day. Superintendent Dr. George Eisentrout approved the tinal schedule adjustment which required arriving 15 minutes earlier. A new basic eduction law required Seniors to attend a full 180 days of school. This rule was implemented by CV administration, but was not their decision, Mr. Stocker said. District Administration is acc- omplished under the super- vision of the tive School Board members elected from the CV community. These members volunteer their etforts all year to assure a smooth running school program. Mr. Stocker emphasized that all persons in the central administration staff relate to the U-hi program. From time to time everyone is involved in curriculum planning, text- book selection, staff selection, and general "problem sol- ving" for the Univesity student body. Dr. George Eisentrout Neil Prescott Charles Stocker Superintendent Assistant Superintendent 1 Assisfam 5UP9f'iflfff'1dBf1f 116 During-the summer of '78 the baseball field went through a complete over- haul! Fields were plowed and new grass was planted. Projects such as this are the responsibility of the School Board and the Central Administration as they pro- vide for the needs of U-Hi and all district schools. Darrell Thompson Board Chairman Bruce Gehman Gordon Henderson Richard Ivester Sheryl McCormack Central Valley Administrators study the district map to consider population trends - and attempt to an- swer the key question "Where or will we build a new high school?"lVlembers are fl to rj Fran Erickson, Sup- ervisor of Elementary Educationg Bob Jayne, Super- visor of Secondary Educationg Charles Stocker, Assis- tant Superintendentg George Eisentrout, Superinten- dentg and Norm Stokke, Personnel Director. Mary Arnold Secretary to the Superintendent, attends all board meetings to record decisions on the districts policy. 117 . Wulff Join Staff: New to the University High School admini- stration is Mr. Kevin Wulif who joined the staff in September as Assistant Principal. According to Mr. Jim Stickney, Mr. Wulifhas been in the Central Valley School District for ten years. He was at Bowdish Junior High for live years as Assistant Principal and spent another tive years as Assistant Principal at Evergreen Junior College. "This year there has been much better dressing and a much improved attitude at our school. This in turn has affected the teachers attitudes for the better," said Mr. Stickney. Keeping the future growth in population in mind, Mr. Stickney sees a decline in the coming seventh and eighth graders. "They stopped making babies in those years," he added, "but we still hope to have a new high school within live years." 'M'-if-so . ....,--f-. - ef" i ,If-v. Every morning students tile into the busiest section of the school -- the oiiice -- with the most common need, absentee slips. This is just an example of A the "easy-going" lifestyle the A oliice staif experiences. 118 Pat Moll Business Offce Marsha Haney Attendance Clerk Ruby Hawkins Secretary ff --L . if use FN -53 E"- .gs 'H Tv QE ,Q -S2-.: U13 Q2 'si- BO 35 511. 52 Student Prepar e For College Mr. Driggs, Mr. N accarato, and Mrs. Lancaster have been preparing the present Seniors for college and post-graduation life ever since thie ninth grade year. They began with orientation meetings. Later in their Junior year, the counselors talked with the classes about entering college. They gave the Seniors pre-college tests, such as the W.P.C.T., the S.A.T., the A.C.T., and the P.S.A.T. Our counselors also helped to arrange numerous weekend college visits and hosted representatives from many of these schools. 1 1 ' kr , .5 M ' .H it ,gle an e- L L. 4... S" iiig. .. . 1 t - l S 44... at ' Al ' K rr , 4- f t , ..... . Ye? IA X s .1-1,521 , ,liliggl ri 1,-ga. fl.. eff :sl Q tri-2:.g,sr,3' 'ig . 1 f -5 4 ' 1 se - Annette Lancaster Counselor Richard Naccarato Counselor Darrell Driggs Counselor Marily Olson Library Clerk Mary Gergerson Library Clerk!Ser:. Margie Lamm Counseling Secretary Above leti: The library is a place to learn, read, study, and lto Mrs. Kenny's dismay! socialize. Some students work during their available time while others go through the magazine section. But all enjoy the company of their friends. Above: Trying to see a counselor can be very dif5cult sometimes--they are three of the busiest people in school. To get an appointment with your counselor, Mrs. Annette Lancaster, Mr. Darrell Driggs, or Mr. Richard Naccarato, you must follow several steps. Step 1: Schedule the appointment with the secretary, Mrs. Margie Lamm. Step 2: Get called down lpreferably out ofclass, not lunchll. Step 3: Rush down to the center, hopefully to be greeted with more than a closed door. Here students display the most common step-waiting! 119 gf 9 Ahove:Time marches on .... Language Arts teachers, Judy Moore, Joe Espinoza, and Nan Waters posed for a 1971 annual photo. Right: Mr. Welch's sixth period Mythology class adds a little pizzazz to the end of his day. Some of their ingenious antics were pulling the hand oif his clock, hiding his chalk, and rearranging his calendar. 120 Carl Welfih Sandi Atwood Jet? Brown D . J eps: Head Bill Gilchrist Cami Isotalo s moza lgjlyl ljsotalo Lucy Jydstmp Judy Moore English: As Important As Ever English courses maintained their "normal" importance, according to Mr. Carl Welch, English Department Head. "Normal" impor- tance means it's a required class for underclassmen and an elective of college and career-bound seniors. Mr. Welch emphasized that 70176 of the U-Hi graduates do enroll in some form ofcollege training and the elective Senior year is very important tor them. Left: Mr. Robey pushing cavity-causing candy to crunchy-craving kids! Below: Brigite Madelines French background was a benefit to her third period French class members, Lauri Thompson, Mike Kuester, Traci Harvey, and Renee Whipple. -,tv 00 0 .I no' 4 Ernest Richlie Mike Robey Clancy Schierman Nan Waters A 121 12 Mathematics-the Language "Math is the language of all Science," joked Mr. Dave Orahood as he explained why the Mathematics and Science Departments are combined into one unit at U-Hi. The reply was more than just a quick quip. Mr. Orahood emphasized that without a good education in math it is very difficult to advance in any form of science. Even the most basic scientific computations require some algebra. Below: The U-High Faculty has certainly changed since 1966 .... hasn't it Mr. Stickney? l 5 . V! F A David omhood Marv Ainsworth Dept. Head -l0h1'l Gard-ner Caml Fiskland Gerry Manfred Glen MacPhee of Science Bob Barbem Sam Janke Helene Mir Jon Barstad Jim Lusk Left: Students enjoy yet another of Mr. Manfned's high volume mathematical lectures. Below: Students in Mr. Orahood's Chemistry 3 class spend some time in lab creating a smell familiar to the 100 wing, 123 Below: Over the years the only things that have changed are your ties and your hair, Mr. Dyer. Right: "But really Mrs. Culver, l didn't do it, really I didn't," exclaimed Greg Kennedy. Far Right: It looks as if even Mr. Traynor got a few surprises out of his new European History class. 24 E Roy Dyer Dept. Head Ted Clark Sherri Culver Leroy Flatt Mary Gruber Cheryl Miller Madora Parmentier Yeti? ' JIWMKN Departments Bring About Change Several changes have altered the Business and Social Studies Departments' curricu- lum this year. The Social Studies Department includes a newcomer to the U-Hi staff: Mr. Howard Crosby. Mr Crosby teaches European History, Civics and a Study Hall. When asked how he liked the school he replied with much enthusiasm, "I really enjoy teaching here." Another addition to the department is the European History Advanced Placement course. It is a class designed for the college bound senior. The course was only scheduled for one period since it was new. Department Head,.Iohn Traynor was over- whelmed by the applications. He hopes to have more advanced placement classes in the future. Business Department students celebrated the removal of the last manual typewriters and the arrival of new "Selectric" electric machines. "In a couple of years manuals won't even be made anymore," said Mr. Roy Dyer, Business Department head. This points up the need to train students on the newer machines. :iw John Traynor Dept. Head Rex Alstrom Bill Clitt Howard Crosby ff?-Q. . E54..14rk 1 - Dudley Mizoguchi Ward O'Reilly Kent Richardson Mike VanMatre Industrial nd Fine Arts Prove To Be Above: Mr. Cnoss di- rectingU-High'sgirls chorus. Right: Scott McElroy pauses for a mo- ment to admire his masterpiece. Billie Kenny Dave Cross Donald Ressa Gary Green Laurie Crowley Paul McKinney N553 1 2. 4 Ji, . ,CW IC Kermit Kilcup Gary Fields Practical, Fun, nd Demanding In the Fine Arts Department many new, exciting, and interesting changes took place this year. Changes included new band uniforms, a choir festival, a television studio, and a dramatic production. While speaking with Mrs. Billie Kenny, head ofthe Fine Arts Department, 'she said that generally the department was growing and improving. There were several new classes including beginning guitar and a class in mime. This year for the first time in about 15 years, our band got new uniforms. The members debuted for the students of our school, for the first time, during our Homecoming game. Also, this year the Titan band was invited to a Music Evaluators Convention, in which five other states partici- pated. This year, for the first time in our school's history. the drama students performed in a major production. The title of the play was "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest." Another change in the Drama Department was the addition of a pantomime class. In this course, the students learned to perform with motions, but without words. New in the Industrial Arts Department this year were the interesting articles made in the woodshop. Some of the more fascinating were waterbed headboards and elaborate furniture reproductions. Mr. Kilcup added that a new tig welding machine had been purchased. Above: Mark Rotchford creates an elaborate work of art. Chuck Pierce Emmett Gumm Bob Gehres 127 Above right: Custodians Dorothy Harris and Dick Gorley finally get a break. Above: Robert Stallman and adop ted staff member pose for a quick photo. Immediate right: Cooks cease their culinary efforts just long enough for the photographers to snap a picture. 128 syn- Right to left: Judy Abbs, Linda Inlow, Pat Vandiver, Vivien Landers, Dorothy Campbell, Sue Mills, and Hazel Herman. William P.E. Shapes Future: Cooks Maintain Reality Marilyn Hastings New equipment in the Physical Education Department and an "average year of cleaning" paced the '79 school year. This year the P.E. David Holms Department installed a weight station and new Daniel Iyau floor matts. These new items were considered, by the students to be "excellent additions to the department." While speaking with Miss Marilyn Hastings, a girls' P.E. teacher, she commented, "It has really been a super year! There were no major injuries or serious theft problems." During an interview with Mr. Dan Iyall, a boy's P.E. teacher, he informed us ofthe many sports played in his classes. Some of these sports were: Volleyball, Tennis, Flag Football, Bad- Pallla Oswald minton, and Wrestling. Some of the new sports Joe Tmmbly added this year were Golf and Archery. As the P.E. classes carried on, the custodians were always working hard. While speaking with Mr. Robert Stallman, the head of the custodians, he remarked, "At the first of each year things seem pretty good. However, by May they have become progressively worse." Above: Several boys in their P.E. classes demonstrate their he-man strength. Lett: Ane things very different today than they were back in 1970, Mr. Iyall? 1 eniors!-All those seniors-All those senior ys!-All those senior guys-A11 those senior thing-Left out everything-Left out everyt omecoming-Competing for Homecoming re-Two more years-Two more years-Tw crowd-New faces in the crowd-New faces -Top ofthe bleachers-Top ofthe Bleacher enses-Drivers Licenses-Drivers Licenses 1?-So, this is high school?1-So, this is high s lowly-Maturing, very slowly-Maturing ve lm, x K x .wifi f :faqs-f'. 0. 'ry ' 1 A 1 Zi 'i ' 512. ' Q, . -, W S ,r fix gf 3 . Qf Sandy Andrews -. ' Q., r 'g self"-2 w' xr 5 anus. may l . XYSTT-' X Exits v f yi :KG 4 N nw.. svn' 1, - ' N? fr -ts s , 4SQ-1'i:3- 3 .-2 3,3 .g ww N 1 Xl L X f uw -li Ji Q1 'gf' .5 w. 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Julia Gibson David Gilchrist Steve Gillis Michele Gilmore Pat Godley Dave Gossling Randy Gray Gini Green Wendy Green Harley Gneger Laurie Gross Cheryl Gnoth Jeff Grytness Shonna Gumdy Scott Gustafson .Iackie Hamilton Jeanne Hannum Jim Hansen Crystal Harrison Joleen Harris Julie Harvey Tom Harvey Kathy Haskins Craig Hawkins Susan Hawkins Rebecca Hawkins Tina Hayes Redean Hayes David Heaton 6 Regan Heaton Diane Heidecker Carissa Hentschel Debbie Hill Sarina Hill Kathy Hilleaxy Marci Hixson Tanya Hogan Jill Holmes Mark Holthouser Greg Honican Leah Hooker Dawn Horgan Dean Hostetter LoriAnn Hoyt Teresa Howlett Ron Hubble Dana Huninan Bob Hughes Chuck Hughes Jolynn Hutton Mick Hydrick Laura llgen Neil .Iacot Brad Jeffreys Bill Johnson Dave Johnson Judy Johnson Penny Johnson Shannon Johnson Rick Kay Bill Keehner t 7 i I 5 lit 1 M' "' E? 7 R 1 , ,, ,,. ,, M, :S ?.,,,g .? , 7 f ff .fa pg 4 1 . 5 1 Q? 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The Sophomores, however, will always remember who really won the '78 race. Q, W . 1,. f il -f ,W g . . 1, sw' ,. . X ' V1 , Q., u U- " ' . l 1 X 55 ,W f, K A x one Q . '-Y 1 ix Y ' 'i A 5 jf H' 4' ' 1 ft X, I 1 ffl X f . l ,vgonnr vafv fkx . .Q I All , . rf? '- .gi 138 tx! 1 Yii. gl L. ax lr , , A 'H a , f-if '- 5 4' og 5 WI ,A . V, N f . g , , 'V 4 K Q ,P 3 ' or 5 K X 1 1' tiff, . X .1 -.i X Mike Morgan Robin Morlan Steve Morris Ted Morris Steve Moss Steve Murphy Todd Myers Chris Myhne Theresa Nausley Katy Nelson Linda Nicholas Ken Niehenke Chris Nienhuis Teresa Niesing Ken Nystrom Christine Oeser Kandis Oliver Darren Olsen Dayna Olsen Jim Olson Janet Osterback Jerry Otis Brian Padrta Kevin Paxson Melissa Pendleton Joe Perotta Scott Persons Scott Peters Tammy Peterson Tim Peterson Erin Phelan Scott Phillion Kim Pierce Sharon Pitner Holly Placencia DJ. 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I A-.5 iw ,. .3 , 1-:':' .r -4 s..i.L5fM, Q . 5.2 .-:' L. -' 41- E-,Q ' 'ie rgsq W 25:55 2:4 '42 I 535 5 1213 A - -A-t 1.5 -I ..L.:. pg 3.5 , -Qt: .-3, 4. g .5 gel -tc -.1 sign,-5,, g .fl :Ziff 2- 1 sr. :See sf f 'W' 'iii 421' W IF " ' ,. Jpdg 5.5 f 'ii 'fffdifgf i. J? . ,..,. ,'-N-i..'e.gs59,91-1 , .A ' - - -'-fr' ' :f,.j,ef I' - . y f f 4. I 1 QP'-f I 1 ---"wif--nfs Z 143 Sales Start Out A.S.B New Year Raising over S11,000, the '79 A.S.B. officers directed the raffle project during Home- coming week, "to raise more money than ever in the history of U-High", stated their advisor Mr. Skip Drew. The A.S.B. oiiicers directed the raffle ticket sales for the trip to Hawaii and the '79 Camaro. These sales aided in paying for the new band uniforms. The officers also organized the Leadership Conferences which are held annually. During the spring semester the officers organized a committee to finance a new score board for U-High's football field and an upgrading of the P.A. system in the gym. Left to right: Jim Nance, Vice Pres., Darnell Pope, Pres., Cheryl King, Treasurer, Mike Myers, Sgt. at Arms. C Above: Sophomores are welcomed by the A.S.B. otlicers with a small "initiation". Standing: Darrell Pope, Mr. Skip Drew, Advisor. Sitting: Mike Myers, Cheryl King, Jim Nance. League of Krono Work ll Year M J J 'ee """' J p Lili! r I l J an w 1 A Q ,, Qs if as ! pl pn 1 3 . . t vm . ,,, ., , N . l5 ak W H , 3 E Y bi--v Tr-'fi M. Q iff 5 ge A summer disco dance held on the U-Hi tennis courts began a busy season for the League of Kronos, a non-fund raising organization made up of both boys and girls. "The League members also spon- sored the Sweetheart Dance in February, the FatherfDaughter Dessert in Novem- ber, the Spirit Breakfast during Home- coming week, and the Senior Mothers- Tea at the end of the year", states Mrs. Mary Gruber. Sitting: Lauri Thompson, Wendy Anderson, Lori Shagina, Craig Husa, Jill Blackwell. Standing: Mrs. Mary Gruber, Jackie Hamilton, Marissa Sullivan, Judy Richardson, Robin Aschenbnener, Robyn Dunlap, Mrs. Lucy Jydstrup. is Q37 x 1 A val" ' azts,5,'3' Leh to right: Lori Shagina, Pres., Jill Blackwell, Vice Pres., Robyn Dunlap, His- torian, Lauri Thomp- son, Treasurer, Julie Jeckle, Secnetary. A The League of Kronos Executive Board, Front row: Lonetta Bu- eschke, Wendy Anderson, Judy Richardson, Robin Aschenbrener. Back row: Craig Husa, Marissa Sulivan. Missing: Jackie Hamilton. 145 Foreign LanguageClub 146 Base Year On Food Events Above: This year's French Club members were: First row: Aimee Do, Luis Torre, Toni Gaines, Laurel Thompson. Second row: Pam Shatto, Barb Greene, Kim Seltj Anna Thomas. Third rome Brigitte Madaline, Renee Whipple- Treasurer, Mrs. Nan Waters-Advisor. Fourth tow Tracy Harvey-Wce President, Genevieve Slater-Secretary, Holly Steele-President, Linda Kingen- Program Chairman. Above right: Mrs. Judy Moore, Mr. Joe Espinoza, and Mrs. Nan Waters were the advisors for the German, Spanish and French Clubs, respectively. Right: Doughnut sales produced sufficient iiinds for the French Club to have the beneiit of French aide, Brigitte Madeline. Dinners, Doughnuts, and Desserts! This is how the German, French, and Spanish Clubs kept themselves busy throughout the school year. The German Club held a dinner at the Hofbrauhaus Restaurant on November'2,1st, and a Christmas dinner at school on December 11th. In the Spring, the club members went to the Shriner's Hospital, bringing a little German hospitality to the patients. French Club members kept their delicious doughnut sales going throughout the year. The funds were used to bring a French student to Spokane. Brigette Madeline visited and taught the French classes, sharing with them experiences from her homeland. As for the Spanish Club, there were numerous activities planned throughout the year. Included in these activities were a Christmas Caroling party, a Spring hayride, and a dinner held and prepared atschool. The Spanish Club also held a "Welcome Exchange Student Dessert," November 28th."The dessert was attended by C.V.'s foreign language clubs and our own French and German Clubs. The dessert was "muy magniiico!" 1 w - Above left: Spanish Club members: Row onezlenean Thomas, Mary LaCombe, Elaine Yang, Karen Walker, Emily Hart, Mike Shiosaki, Cathy Clement, Tammy Westerhoili Bow two: Robin Morlan, Teri Sceels, Beth Budinger, Barbara Davis, Allen Clark, Marcia Misteneckl Tina Munkers. Row three: Heinz Fronhauser, Donna Wald, Shelly Hagin, Joe Harris. Teri Graves, Diane Bmwn, Mr. Espinoza. Row four: Nancy Lilchnen Deanna Brown, Wendy Anderson, Loretta Bueshce, Adelle Doughty, Carri Taplin, Barb Cook, Beth Lamm. Row tive: Cara Westerhoftj Anders Hogart, Craig Husa, Carmen Espinoza. a me 'fx . v The German Club consists of: Row One: ChristyWa1len, Mark Eschlisman, Ray Yang, Mark Benish, Erik Krauss, Ron Adcock Row Two: Mrs. Moore, Molly Anderson, Zorica Aisova, Terri Yandt, Non-club memben Greg Brayman, Donna Dixon. Row Three: Shelby Slater, Jill Nessly, Misty Carlson, Jill Blackwell, Dave Gofij Bill Keener, Ed Fichtner. Row Four: Mike Walling, Oliver Babe, Dave Gossling, Mike Zumbolt, Eric Albrecht, Phil Baker. Lett: Spanish Club members practice their singing f0I' their Chfislmils CaI'01il18 Pdrfy- Left: Mr. Espinoza and Craig Husa talk over the Christmas activities. 148 Difficulties Plague ercury Again this year, the Mercury staff was plagued with many diiliculties. Some problem areas for the staff were dead- lines and an editorial position change. The paper itself generally consists of about ten pages. Included in these pages are feature articles, an events calendar, an editorial page, and a sports section. About the paper, Mr. Bill Gilchrist, had the following to say, "This year's paper was a definite improvement over last year's3 the statf was smaller so everyone was allowed to contribute more. 'l , X , -.X sports article for the newspaper. 5-we Left: Jim Nance lFlat Editor! looks on as Andy Jackson finishes a Above: Mr. Bill Gilchrist lAdvisorl helps John Davies with his article for an UPC0miI1g deadline, as Greg Fiscus "works" on his. in -l Lift' ' l 12 Mui H Left: Sue Jarvis, IAssistant Editorl, works on a feature story for the paper. Sue is responsible for many of the articles on school spirit and school activities. Below left: Andy Jackson and Dave Gregory work on some last minute typing for a Mercury edition. Below: Mr. Gilchrist helps Sue Jarvis Iinish up a flat for the paper. Mercury Staff back row: Dave Gregory, John Davies, Sue Jarvis, lAsst. Editorl, April McCumber, Andy Jackson, Greg Fiscus, Jim Nance, Bill Gilchrist, IAdvisorl. Front Row: Stan Richards, IEditorl. 14 Letter Club Lead '78-'79 A ti 'ties This year the Letterman's Club was drastically rearranged. N o longer is it just a "man" club, las you can telll. Being of a "1iberated generation," the girls are entering into the action, and succeeding. This year the club elected oiicers, sponsored the annual Donkey Basketball game, but mostly kept the students involved in sports. Mr. Isatalo is the advisor of the group and has been for the last two years. At right: Receiving a U-High letter is an honor as shown by wearing your letter jacket to show your personal achievements. 150 Row One: John Tondini, Bruce Lightfoot, Neal Wheeler, Teresa Becker, Jodi Thomason, Kitty Byme, Chris Griiiith, Cheryl King, Kelly Roark, Bill Kramer, Keith Zackow, Dan Doughty. Row two: Erik Krauss, Doug Kircher, Stacy Tucker, Julie Wallen Rhonda Nic- hol, Keith Spragg, Tim Yamada, Steve Carpenter, John O'Brien, Kevin Cox, Lori Shagina. Row three: Tammy Gaudett, Brian Kenna, Bobby Yates, Kim Gibbard, JoAnn Workland, Dan Warren, Jon N alder, Dave Gustafson, Ed Marier, Dave Dikes, Julie Jeckle, Frank Peterson. Row four: Theresa Gall- oway, Marcia Misterick. Debbie Gibson, Mark Rodkey, Janice Mat- his, Carrie Taplin, Emily Hart, Renee Bagwell, J.P. Carbon, Craig Haase, Judy Richardson. Row tive: Sarah Hawkins, Liz Goodrich, Stacy Bolyard, Dave Gregory, Joe Monforton, Rick Sandeno, Sue Beevers, Kelly Skierka, Brian Kov- acich, David Oakes, Mike Median. Row six: Kathy Reeves, Dave Bagwell, Chris Johnson, Quinn Schiltz, Mike Crouse, Carmen Espinoza, John Hoiland, Alan Shepard. Row seven: Paul Nein- house, Bnenda McKee, Tom Raw- lings, Jock Hatch, Kevin Drew, Adel Doughty, Lynn Mickelson, Kay McMulken, 'Gail Taff Row eight: Chris Gaiser, Randy Shoop, Mark Fromviller. Row nine: Scoot- er Ellis, Frank Stadler. fl 'i In we r " f "" "" "" 'tif iiigi rw J ff' Q W 41405 We , f , 3 i i . ? -ff L Vids I 2 .72 if !, E-it i 5 'V 'll' ' n 'Q iTf"1'3Q'.l M 'ffl J S' F' l ' S. ' lf? J" V Mr. lgatalo Scooter Ellis Kitty Byrne Advisgr President Sec.!TI'8aS. Bruce Lightfoot Vice President mix 3 -' ,A si xw 'V 1, :gg . my as WM' 1' ,--1-u--1--x Ma 1 122.51 L f . .-M ., .V '3 5 N., PM ...ae Q Y at WWA :rw m. Q Z? ' if ,,, , Q "WORRYING"...that's what this year's annual staif did. Would deadlines be met? Could we get our copy on time? These were some of the questions irequently thought by the stall? The staff consisted mostly of inexperienced annual students who had to learn quick land didl! The first month was spent selling ads, which was immediately followed by annual production. Mr. Clark kept the staif going with many different "techniques". Most often used was the Saturday moming work session. 'fd Qffiffjbnf 5 1 aa dflg ....u.4., .-mu..-x , .... le mT.- lwarvfw 52 9 79 Annual Staff... 1-ws, X-.. ., ll , .fi tel Above: Special thanks go to John Erickson, MarkWood, Steve La Combe, and Sam Cathcart. These four dedicated photographers spent many of their Titan Ten's and alter school and evening hours snapping important pictures. Through rain, sleet, snow, and blazing heat the pictures were taken, developed, and printed Immediatly above: The annual staff diligently works towards an upcoming deadline. Above letl: Mr. Ted Clark had another "interesting" year with the 78-79 staH?! Here he checks to see which deadlines have been met. Works To Complete Their Task unu- I sie-:Wy at is ewfi' . 3 l- ,Q i' f V 2 W . .ww Lett: Being coerced out of another lunch, some of the staff members iinish up their layouts in order to meet their deadlines. Below: The '78-'79 annual staifconsis- ted of these students: Top row: Ruth Anna Van Doren, Lynn Eide, Nan Marks, Jayne Sours, Lisa McKenzie, Pam Stickney. Middle: Sue Osterback, Addy Hatch, Lynn Swisher: Lauri Thompson, Teresa Becker. Seated: Bonnie Davis, Janice Mathis, Lori Shagina, Jim Otis, Mamie Klobucker, Beth Lamm. Not pictured-Kathy Huntley. 3 Immediately Above: Tim Tyree, las Mr. Hardingl, attempts to receive a heav- enly message during the play, "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest." Above Right: "Uncle L Palmisanol, enjoys the his fellow Cast mem break between his lines. 8 nny, " lLenny during a Immediate Right: Mrs. Laurie Crowley personally directs every step of this "Cuckoo's Nest" rehearsal. Top Above: A few members of the drama class take a short break fmm rehearsal to relax and fool around. xp X ff .Va Drama, More tive Than Ever This year for the first time,the UHigh Drama dept. put on the major production of the play "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," which was performed Dec. 13-15 and was an excellent example of what the classes are capable of doing. The produc- tion, about being in a mental -V hospital received "rave reviews" x -,s p get from all those who saw it. , , 3 5 Also this spring the drama dept. put on a talent show and a 50's t musical. Other activities done by the drama club included a Held A trip to Eastern State Hospital and 6 A 'K a drama toumament in Wen- atchee. Performing in this tour- nament were several of our and mime acts E f 5 5 Y M ""' 1 fi 1 1 Top Above: Ted Davis attempts to prove his masculinity in a dramatic scene ii-om the play, "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest." Immediate Left: Ron Atchison demonstrates the intense concentration an actor must have. This photo was taken as he ieiiected on his childhood in the drama departments first major play of the '78-'79 season. Above: The 3rd period mime class "working" without their makeup. The mime class went to a toumament in Wenatchee last spring. 155 Flag nd Rifle Corp The U-High Flag and Rifle Corps con- tinued to do their very best throughout another school year. Mr. Gary Green, the group's advisor, stated, "I am particularly pleased with these girls and very proud of their accomplishments this year. They're highly dedicated and it is shown by their accomplishments at every performance." Two changes made the 1978-1979 school year important to the Corps. New music and uniforms were added this year. The uniforms were paid for with fund-raising projects, such as the student body's car raille. Flag captains, Terry Yandt and Mary Cardoza and Rifle captain, Kami Heuston kept their teams in top shape this year with lots of practice. Three times a week, at 6:45 a.m., they met at school and practiced for 2 hours. They also got together for an extra session on an occasional Saturday morning. 'The effect of these practices were the shivers sent down our spines and the high level of enthusiasm we all felt at each game our pride and joy attended. A Above: front row, l to r: Cathy Peck, Liz Goodrich, Shelby Slater, Mickey Schmitz, Gail Taff Mary Jo Schmitz, Cathy McCaslin, Maryanne Hayes, Jami Buys, Sandy Skierka, Marci Allen, Judy Heggem, Elisa Frost, Mary Cardoza center, Janet Osterback, Tammy Schafer, Jackie Skidmore, Staci Tucker, Theresa McCaslin, Lynn Ehlis, Michelle Quigly, Mary Cunningham, Diane Keys, Karin Minor, Cheryl King, Kitty Byrne, Lisa Taftf Back row, l to r: Barb Davis, Teri Tschetter, Lori Davis, Kami Heuston, Jackie Bates, Cathy Pendleton, Bonnie Davis, Vikki Momb, Donna Nichol. Not pictured, Tammi Brown. Right: Mr. Green carefully explains how he wants things done. 156 Above: Flag captains Terry Yandt and Mary Cardoza and Rifle captain Kami Heuston take time out of a rehearsal to smile for the camera. Remain Our Prid And Jo Top Left: Members of the Color Guard am shomm practicing in the early moming hours-perfection at its finest! Top right: Rifle captain Kami Heuston tclosest to bleachers! works with the rifle corps, Bet you the routine is perfect by the end of this practice! Middle right: Wait a minute! I thought this was Mr. Green's band class. Bottom right: Majorette Kelly Schus- ter performs during a basketball halftime show. Bottom Left: Flag and Bitle Corps dis- play their talent with gusto at a half time show. .4 .-an 'B' 6 f' , v. . Y . - . -?,d'LNw- Q ,, a - , - R Q we 4. b e 'I' rtrltlw 157 Music Makers Go Far The U-High bands began this year looking better than ever. Their bright, new uniforms were Hrst demonstrated for us at our Homecoming game in October. This year the Jazz Lab attended a workshop at the University of Wash- ington. Also this year, the Concert Band went to the University of I daho and took Hrst place in the Concert Band Festival. Besides going to Idaho, our group was invited to be a guest of the All Northwest Music Educators Confer- ence in Billings, Montana. The superior talents and efforts of our bands have held U-High on top! My X- . , GOLD BAND, FRONT ROW: Roy Lange, Tammy Schafer, Janet Albert, Christy Anderson, Connie Wolff Scott Furnish, Kathy Nuss, Dawn Pogue, Lynn Carskaddon, Kathy Pendleton, Molly Anderson, Barbara Davis, Susie Hussey, Cindy Byers, Donna Nicol. ROW 2: Laura Driskell, Mickey Schmitz, Laura Ilgen, Shelly Hager, Larry Slagle, Heidi Brovxm, Lauri Armstrong, Randy Dolan, Stuart Vogleman, Joleen Harris, Rick Bostrom, Dan Doughty, Genevieve Slater, Brent Thordarson, Marty Orr, Shelby Slater, Laura Hennessey, Mary Jo Schmitz. ROW 3:Mike Lund, Craig Phillips, Phil Tyree, Dawn Horgan, Scot Auble, Steve Farmer, Barry Roberts, Andy Wenberg, Bruce Brown, Clayton Winton, Scott Haskins, Allan Moorehead, Bryan Stockman, John O'Brien, Tom Rumpeltes, Craig Van Skaik. ROW 4: Kevin Egeland, Gretchen Bumgarner, Lori lvester, Scott Reosser, Candy Allen, Kathy Tunison, Kami Heuston, Ray Bohn, Paul Osbom, Randy Shoop, Dave Phifer, Tom Thomson, Joe Harris. 158 CRIMSON BAND, FRONT HOW: Ron Hubble, Jeanne Smith, Jill Tuttle, Kevin Doege, Richard Doughty, Alice Polignon, Sharon Rosenthal, Bobbin Gunderson, Sheri Smithson, Bob Hughes, Toni Gaines, Barb Greene, Terri Leiopold, Ellen Clarke, Julie Harvey, Lori Davies. ROW 2: Pat Langan, Chris Morris, Bonnie Davis, David Seibert, Ken Nystrom, Michelle Best, Kathy Clark, Neal Frost, Teresa Asbury, Susie Hussey, Mitch Dice, Jeff Castleberry, Layne Bunker, Joel Burrington, Sarina Hill, Wendy Davis, Chris Myhre, Lynn Ehlis. HOW 3: Steve Gillis, Brad Tucker, Regan Heaton, Kerry Hoark, Steve Hood, Kevin Roark, Glen Galliher, Dennis Morse, Gordon Reed, Dean Gostetter, Cory Degague, David Bleker, Mark Black, Dennis Weitman. ROW 4: Terri Tschetter, David Foster, Steve Hennessey, Conor O'Regan, John Bumgamer, Yvonne Cain, Dan Corder, Tom Harvey, Brad Highley, Marcie Hixon, Vince Littleton, Mike Miller, Mike Morgan, Ted Morris, Rob Behm, Tim Tviet, Brian Wade. ff M 1 1 :aff I yi N1 J , S, M, 159 Practice Makes Perfect STAGE BAND, FRONT ROW: Paul Osbom, Clayton Winton, Lauri Armstrong, Joel Burrington, Larry Slagle, Teresa Asbury, Mitch Dice, Layne Bunker. ROW 2: Scott Ro, Vince Littleton, Marty Orr, Mark Black. Dave Bleker, Scott Haskins, David Albert. ROW 3: John Bumgamer, Ray Bohn, Dean Hostetter, Regan Heaton, Dawn Horgan, Mike Lund, Craig Phillips. l 1 I , f- I I D- 160 in xx-s.t,.1 5...-v xx if L 1 ., P' JAZZ LAB, FRONT ROW: Randy Dolan, Stuart Vogleman, Cindy Byers, Heidi Brown, Roy Lange. ROW 2: Lori Ivester, Joe Harris, Scott Jamieson, Allan Moorehead, Tom Rumpeltes, Bruce Brown, Dave Phifer, Bryan Stockman. HOW 3: Tom Thomson, Kevin Egeland, Brent Thordarson, Scott Auble, Andy Wenberg, Barry Roberts, Steve Farmer, Phil Tyree. Choir Sings Out U-High choral groups acquired an impressive perform- ance record during the 1978-79 school year. The groups participated in over 35 performances including concerts, competitions and festivals. Included in these performances were the E.W.M.E.A. Choral festival and the Shoreline Invitational Choral Festival. The choir also sang at graduation and before the community. The jazz Choir received an invitation to perform with the top ten jazz choirs of the U.S. in San Fancisco, California. The Advanced Choir also received an invitation to the Shoreline Invitational Choral Festival. These invitations were great honors and the choral department was proud to receive them. Girls Ensemble, front row: Jackie Boardman, Lynette Seeman, Chris Olson. Second row: Laurie Stephenson. Third row: Lynn Swisher, Pegg Boardman, Sue Osterback. Fourth row: Janis Campbell, Ruthann Vandoren. Fifth row: Mary Puhek, Meagan Baxter, Sandy Parker. Sixth row: Jan Niccolls, Danette Sherwin. Seventh row: Lori Springer, Renee Moore, Karen Niehenke. Advanced Choir, first row il to rl: Dianne Blount, Teri Graves, Jeri Simmons, Debby Carbon, Ruthann VanDoren, Cathy Clement, Jolynn Hutton, Hope Rosmeier, Barb Grenz, Pam Ady, Elise Smith, Janet Osterback. Second Row: Danette Sherwin, Mary Puhek, Colleen Jones, Stacia Porter, Connie Grenz, Kathy Taylor, Tina Munkers, Emily Hart, Virginia Little, Diane Mathis, Dawn Pogue, Deanna Brummett, Deena Beck, Meagan Baxter, Sue Osterback Diana Bueschke, Judy Coburn. Third Row: Beth Lamm, Carolyn Doty, Christy 162 Sampson, Kim Marohl, Chris Blaylock, Maureen Groce, Pete Cieszewski, Doug Hutton, Bill Elliott, Steve Visintainer, Dan Atkinson, Bill Cunningham, Carrie Tapplan, Juli Waller, Lori Springer, Kim Farance, Lisa Gudgil, Renee Moore. Fourth Row: Jeff Barge, Sam McCormick. Steve Dixon, Mike Vogt, Brian Christiansen, Dave Johnson, Brad Edwards, Darrin Olsen, Ken Boles, Gary Slemmer, Loyd Gilmore, Rich Williams, Ty Harper, Todd Adams, Mike Thomson, Jeff Vandiver, Tracy Stephenson, Paul Nystrom, Keith Zackrow, Robin Dunlap. Jazz Choir, first row lleh to rightl: Dianna Bueschke, Lynette seeman, Teresa Allen, Dan Phillips. Second row: Tina Munkers, Tracey Lynch, Mary Puhek, Cathy Clement. Third row: Gary Slemmer, Dan Atkinson, Maureen Groce, Jolynn Hutton. Fourth row: Stacia Porter, Kim Farance, Deena Beck Fifth row: Janis Campbell, Julie Waller, Lynn Swisher. Sixth row: Margret Braithwait, Dave Johnson, Donna Roseborough, Steve Visintainer. Sev- enth row: Colleen Jones, Doug Hutton, Jeff Vandiver, Brad Edwards. Eighth row: Ken Boles, Todd Adams. Ninth row: Steve Dixon, Jeff Barge. 1 .' arg. 'Y Left: Chorus, First row lleft to rightl: Leah Hooker, Dana Mason, Carol Corbett, Brenda Flory, Cheryl Bergland, Kelly Lang. Second row: Gini Green, Leslie Anglin, Dwana Witherow, Kathy Snow, Jackie Quinn, Kandy Oliver, Diane Blount. Third row: Barbara Black. Sheila Wygant, Kristina Henricksen, Cindy Marvin, Adele Doughty, Jill Homes. Fourth row: Lori Thompson, Deanne Sills, Diana Blue, Kim Vigneri, DeWretha Laing, Brenda Tackitt, Robyn Wiedrich, Vickie Wall. v -.. si' 3 -'S i .A 1 'K f L..gi.hfm'.. fi. Snug xg 163 Spirit Paces Homecoming Beginning with the ever pop- ular Lick 'em, Sock 'em, Top 'em Day, Homecoming emphasized a week of spirit. The week made it's way through Pajama Day, 50's Day, Color Day, and Football Day. The Senior Class Oilicers and A.S.B. Oiiicers developed three new ideas this year. Pajama Day, a day to wear your P.J.'s, included a Bed- Race. A dancing contest be- tween the classes on 50's Day and a Football day completed the additions. During halftime it was an- nounced that the Seniors ac- cumulated the most activity points. RobinAschenbrener, the Senior princess, was crowned Homecoming Queen as her escort Kelly Roark looked on. "Time passed so fast and it seemed like a dream. I felt like it reallywasn't happening," Robin stated. Vickie VanCott won the Camero during halftime as Robin pick- ed up her winning ticket. Vickie commented, "I felt shocked and kept feeling like I was a person on a game show. I almost fainted when I was down talking to Mr. Stickney. After the thrill boiled down, I realized how much work needed to b 2 done on the car." Below: The crowd looks on as Vickie VanCott runs to accept her new car. Top Right: A moment of Senior Victory shows on the faces of Sr. Homecoming Queen Robin Aschenbrener and escort Kelly Roark. 91 ls.. I .Wt L. :gn q I AT..r..... .-+L 5 c'g':.3a ,f , f, 1 gs 3:.f,k,1,k. Q Vg "' Y? K ' X . f f 4 .. dig' Top Left: In between classes on 50's Day. Left Middle: Jersey Day added a new touch to Spirit Week. Left Bottom: Vickie VanCott in her new car during halftime. Above, Right Top: 'Iwo wild and crazy Titans tJudy and Cathy! on PJ. Day. Above right middle: Resting after a long week of showing school spirit. Bight Bottom: Seniors conquer new challenges as they participate in U-Hi's 1st bed race. lb' g v Top Right: The band, flag members and rifle corps break in their new uniforms during the Homecoming game. Below: Leading the Sr. class in a cheer, Dan'el1 Pope gives cheerleaders a hand T Top Right: An enthused crowd gets the guys psyched-up for the Homecoming game. Below Right: Seniors did their best during the Bunny Hop contest. Unfortunately they didn't win. is Y ll-High' Talent ?... Definitely Amu ing!!! Many of University High's teachers and students showed off their "stuff ' at the Talent Show, which was held in the gym on Tuesday, February 27th. ' The show raised approximately 3850.00 which was divided up between the Drama Department and the Girls Softball Team. The drama classes, led by Mrs. Laurie Crowley, planned to spend their share on a trip to a Drama Tournament in Wenatchee. The Softball Team, coached by Dudley Mizoguchi, intended to spend their money on a trip to San Jose and San Francisco during Spring Vacation lthe 1st week of Aprill. When asked what she thought of the "night of frolics", Mrs. Crowley responded, "It was really a lot of fun. We hope we can make this an annual thing." Coach Mizoguchi, when asked the same question, stated, "Personally, I think the faculty talentwas much worse than ever expected." He also mentioned that he didn't think he'd be joining in the "fun" ofthis event next year. ABOVE: It's the Macho Men!!! Shown here from left to right: Mr. Bill Gilchrist, Mr. Kent Richardson, Mr. Dudley Mizoguchi, Mr. Jim Lusk. TOP: Mr. John Traynor really "got into" his part in "Ruth" as you can see by his relaxed expression. MIDDLE: Nelson Humiston really shows enjoyment in his part of the show. BOTTOM: "Oh yes!" And here we see Mr. Howand CrosbytThe Ballerina! at his best-a little more entertaining than Civics!!! 167 Cheerleaders Pacing the school year for nine months, U-High's Varsity Cheer- leaders raised the Titan fans' spirit to greater heights than ever before achieved. The girls dedi- cated a lot of their time and energy to making this year the best ever. Enlarged to ten girls, Below: Both squads of cheerleaders combined to cheer on the football team as they entered the iield for another victory. the squad got going with Spirit Camp in the summer where they took top honors, including the highly prized Unity Award. Dur- ing the year they planned pep assemblies, dances, sports ban- quets and many other activities to honor the Titan teams. Bight: "I'd rather be a raindrops," chant Titan fans at U-High's basketball victory over C.V. 168 mq..,,e Even though things have changed a little since 1969, the spirit and enthusiasm that the U-High cheerleaders bring to the Titan fans will always stay the same. it Spark Excitement in Titan The bigger-than-ever B-squad boos- ted enthusiasm and spirit at U-High all through the '78-'79 sports year. They cheered the Junior Varsity and B-squad teams on to great achieve- ments, and also assisted the Varsity cheerleaders in planning pep ass- emblies, dances and other school- related activities. The Fighting B's of U-High are, first row: Wendy Anderson, Loretta Bueschke, Laurie Gross and Sandra Howell. Second row: Sherri Stiltner, Danielle Merserve, Ronda Walter and Kay McMulkin. Third row: Julie Bobbett and Connie Grenz. Ten years later and still going strong! The '78-'79 Varsity cheerleaders are: Front row: Maria Delegans, Shannon Stiltner and Vicki Nelson. Second row: Renae Waldby, Les Simanton and Lora Driskill. Third row: Lynne Eide, Debbi Haskins, Diana Bueshke, and Patti Kealy. Top Right: Teresa Becker and Christy Fall have some fun as they "decorate" ITooterJ Scooter Ellis's car with balloons, tape, and yam. Center Right: Bet John Robertson never guessed that his G A. was Janis Hicks as he opened his "Treasure Chest" of goodies. It looks as if Mike Crouse is pretty shocked himself. Bottom Right: The signs and toilet paper left on Ken Wisenor's house by Tina Campbell just about says it all! Below: There's no denying anything when Janice Mathis is caught in the act of decorating Dave Guyll's house. Q bbs Gaoavff ff Above: It's surprising how Greg Christianson never seemed to gain a pound from all the "goodies" that were stuffed in his locker by Renee Hanson and Gail Taii 170 'sua y,,...,pJ y CT'5 Sitting: Tina Campbell, Kim Roellich, Cathy Peck, Jayne Sours, Diana Bushkey, Robyn Ashenbrener, Gail Tatf Mickey Schmitz, Laura Hennesey, Chris Olsen, Jeanie Peterson. Standing: Diane Clifford, Teresa Beckland, Debbie Haskins, Laura Driskall, Joleen Carr, Maryann Hayes, Syd Concklin, Maureen Groce, Jan Mathis, Lisa Tafti Cathy Pendleton, Cheryl Kosochalk, Kathy Warren, Brenda McKee, Liz Goodrich, Stacy Bolyard, Alice Wheeler, Judy Richardson, Terri Yandt, Jill Blackwell. Behind Wall: Donna Carlson, Renee Bagwell, Cheryl King, Emily Hart, Kitty Byrne, Barb Grenz, Linda Orahood, Kelly Skierda. Standing On Wall: Teresa Becker, Vikki Momb, Lisa Conrad, Rhonda Nicol, Gen Slater, Glenda Schafer, Teresa Phau, Lisa McKenzie, Nan Marks, Shelly Stanford, Lisa Tombarelli, Pam Stickney, Sandy Skierka, Kathy McCaslin. 36? Guardian Angels . "Yes they really are angels! These girls have got to be really ambitious" states Mr. Paul McKinney, advisor. These guardian angels have lots of fun throwing toilet paper, yarn, balloons and other mischevious things all over the football players yards, cars, hou- ses, and lockers! The players know it's all in fun and that it shows how much their efforts are appreciated. Just who their angels are is a big secret to be kept from the players. However, alter the season has ended, the guys will usually do something especially nice for their angels, such as take them to dinner. This is to show them how much their support was appreciated. Above: Up goes the sign and on goes the tape as Judy Richardson and Julie .Ieckle prepare Ted Davis's house for an upcoming football game. Immediately Above: It looks as though Dave Guyll had some fun trying to locate his car after the angel raid. ' utumn Daze' Start the Ball Rolling The annual Sadie Hawkins Dance was held in the University High School gymnasium on Saturday, October 21, 1978. The Sadie was sponsored by the Mercury Staff and their advisor, Bill Gilchrist. The band that attended was Sideshow. Dinners tor two at Clinkerdaggefs Restaurant were awarded to Jill Blackwell, Dave Goff Tina Campbell and Ken Wisoner for best costumes, which were Fruit of the Loom. There always seems to be an interesting turn-out, and a large one at that. Hopefully each year every "Sadie" gets her man. Right: Tina Campbell, Ken Wisenor, Jill Blackwell and Dave Golf are shown in their Fruit OfThe Loom costumes. These two couples won first place in the costume contest. Below: Other couples are shown ranging from not-so-extravagant outfits to more extravagant ones. Left to right are Chris Griflith, Jayne Sours, Doug Dixon, Lynn Eide, Myke Burito and Nan Marks. 172 'SW 5 . , 5 fQ.5R',s --,, Sweetheart Dance Fills the Air "Love Is in the Air" was the theme ofthe 1979 Sweetheart Dance. The annual dance was held on February 24, from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. in the Central Plaza Ballroom 1CafeteriaJ, Orpheus was the band that entertained the large group of sweethearts. The Sweetheart Royalty this year was Senior Cathy Clement and escort Chris Gaiser, Junior Lisa Sanders and escort Troy Whitten, and Sophomore Julie Bobbett and escort Carmen Espinoza. The senior class had more couples present at the dance, so Cathy was crowned Queen while Lisa and Julie were the Princesses. The dance was sponsored by the League of Kronos and Executive Board with it's advisors Mrs. Mary Gruber and Mrs. Lucy Jydstrup. TOP LEFT Sweethearts boogie to the sound of Orpheus BOTTOM LEFT: Queen Cathy Clelnellt imd Pmleeeb U53 MIDDLE Sweeheart Royalty are Princess Lisa Sanders and escort Tnoy Whitten, Queen Cathy Sanders Shown hvldms bfluquets of "Uses as escorts and ml Llement and escort Chms Gaiser Princess Julie Bobbett and escort Carmen Espinoza. Blackwell look On- BOTTOM RIGHT: Sweetheart dancin' provides romanun " A Special Night Th Juniors Will Always Rem mber 'Knights in White Satin" was the theme of the prom U- Highs Juniors will always remember. On March 24, 1979 from 8:30 to 12:00 the Class of '80 danced the night away. The Junior class officers head- ed the committee for the pre- paration of this dance. Mem- bers Kim Persons, President, Vicki Vancott, Vice President, Danielle Meserve, Secretary, Renee Whipple, Treasurer, and Linda Taylor, Sergeant at Arms worked under the direc- tion of class advisor, Mrs. Cheryl Miller. ta i' as Princess Dana Allison Princess Staci Tucker Princess Terri Tschetter Escort Tim Peterson Escort Brian Sheldon ESCOIT Craig VanSkaik Et, I to . Mi t f X4- 2' , .K ,t 'L . Q f 1 ML i,4......, ...', Far right: Junior class president, Kixn Persons, prepares for the dance by posting advertisements around school, Immediate right: The Junior Prom Dance Committee looks over lists of possible entertainment tor the dance. Senior Ball Highlight Class The Convention Center was the "grand ball room" for this year's highlighted senior event. May 5th was the long awaited night which lasted from 8:00 p.m. until 12:00 a.m.. The band played on through the evening as the seniors danced 'til their hearts were content. The assorted couples were lucky this year, in that they were able to stroll along the riverbank and enjoy the outside scenery ofthe park and downtown lights. Right: Ken Wisenor Tina Campbell Far right: Todd Bobbett Renee Waldaby Right: Jock Hatch Linda F oumeu' Far right: Dave Goff Jill Blackwell 176 of 19 9 'A Place In The Sun Top left: The Convention Centerwas the scene for the grand event where the senior class spent their last dance together. The scenery, the band, and the moonlit night all helped to make the atmosphere romantic. Above: A senior couple takes a break from the dance to enjoy a beautiful moment alone. Far above: This year's dance committee was the senior class oflicers who did their best in making the dance a success. Debbie Wins for Ll-High This year, at the 26th annual Miss Spokane Valley Pageant, Debbie Has- kins, Lauri Armstrong, and Danielle Meserve represented U-High. Out of these three, Debbie won the title of Princess. The three girls were selected when the Junior class members voted for their Miss Spokane Valley candidates. At the pageant, the girls were judged in the following three areas: ll personality and poise, Zl appearance, and 31 speaking ability. Here, the major emphasis was placed on the 3rd category. The girls gave prepared speeches to imaginary Valley conventions, as well as impromptu speeches. Throughout their reign, Queen Candy Chapple and her three princesses will attend luncheons, grand openings, and other social events. The girls! prizes ranged from a 500 dollar scholarship to fabric from Stretch and Sew. Also present at the Coronation, which was held on January 27, 1979, were U- Highs retiring Queen, Kann Minor and her court. 1.11.3 Miss Spokane Valley and her court: ll. to 1:11 D1 bbic Haskins 1U-Highr, Judy Mott lC.V.I, Queen L andy L li ipple lW.V,i, and Cindy Nickols ll'L.V.l. Princess Debbie Haskins Debbie Haskins and local personality, Bob Soper, joked around after Debbie completed her speech to an imaginary Secretarial Convention. Immediately below: The original Miss Spokane Valley candidates are: Front row: Lauri Armstrong, Renee Whipple, Sandra Howell. Back row, flanked by Chamber members, are: Traci Harvey, Danielle Meserve and Debbie Haskins. A 'QM ga.: s?!'i'- -M9 I 7,4 nil, N 4 . . . Daniele Meserve Lau,.iA,.mSt,.Ung Uebble Haskms 17 Diana Beuschke Represents Ll-High in Lilac Festivities On March 15, 1979, at a school assembly, Lilac judges chose Diana Beuschke as the princess to represent University High in the 1979 Lilac Festival. Dianawas chosen from the six other candidates, Robyn Aschen- brener, Kim Farance, Lori Ivestor, Julie Jeckle, Vickie Nelson and Holly Steele. The tough decision was made after all the girls had answered impromptu questions and had given their pre- pared speeches. In April, Diana competed with the princesses from all the other local high schools for the title of Lilac Festival Queen. She received a lot of publicity and had the honor of being on the Lilac float in the Torch Light Parade. f 'Qwxv Ax J eg Y KN. ig. iii-wg. -m-ifl--- .- ----f-A--L P ABOVE: Diana, Robyn and Kim listen while a fellow candidate gives her speech at the U-High Princess selection. RIGHT: 1978 Lilac Princess Julie Hoiland poses with 1979 Princess Diana Beuschke. 180 ix ' ,A f 1 4 -1 , we ,X NS' X X t 5 I LEFT: Julie congratulates a surprised and exuberant Diana, the new Lilac m Princess from U-High. BELOW: Chuck Heaton talks to candidate Holly Steele L while the judges select the new princess. si i if wwewwfimwe 155.15 . .. 'W h xv f 4 - ,Q Lilac Princess candidates standing KL to RJ Julie Jeckle, Robyn Seated, 1978's U-HighLilacPrincessluliel-loilandand1979LilacPrincess Aschenbrener, Holly Steele, Lori Ivestor, Kim Farance, Vicki Nelson. Diana Beuschke. 'i BASMIHN: Remem , Z, lm f . 0. z .Q ' M . , g 1 . S 3 - n . 5 ,gl 4 Q , x I i 2 " 1978-79 " sw-'52 rmdiik nixfw -1 wal' ' -LI. A Wi' Q 'Y A w f-1 fi 24 51 151 H0111 45 uiltks gf 9, ber Live Dream... 'Ya Remember the Past, Live Today, Dream the Future ...Why remember? It is always important to remember those signiicant parts of our lives which brought us through childhood and adolescence and into adulthood. Why live? Youth is a very important time in everyones life, because we're just beginning to explore and discover the beautiful world around us. Why dream? Without dreams our society would never advance and individuals would have no purpose. Most of all dream. Today's dreams are tomorrow' s memories. .X. ....... ,' ,ss if ff M f F Q , J A r . . . xg mst., 0 Ni if as' Jaw xii 6. V if qi . i . gg 'Qt X " tak .,,, 6 . i gin K ,I 1, F0 QI' -601 2 190 I, 04 fx 1 ,604 Z 91 dull , Nw' - 18 g I' .2-rf " E SENIORS A Adams, Todd 162,163 Albert, Rebecca 22 Allen, Candy 158 Allen, Teresa 22,163 Altmaier, Jerri 22,110 Anders, John 22 Anderson, Linda 22 Andrews, Jeanette 22,110 Anglin, Laurinda 22 Arsova, Zorica 22,151 Aschenbrener, Robin 22,145,170,163 Atkinson, Dan 22,163 Aucutt, Joyce 22 Austin, Rena 22 Azar, Kathy 23 Bagdanov, Jim 23 Bagwell, Renee 23,65,64,170,150 Baldwin, Mike Barge. Jeff 23,162 Barnard, Kris 23 Barth, Marty 23,57,86,55 Baugh, Jeannette 23 Bayne, Gayle 23 Beck, Tom 23 Becker, Bonnie 23,110 Beckley, Joe 23 Beckley, Kay 24 Beevers, Sue 24,110,150 Bell, Bob 24 Bergland, Todd 24 Black, Sandra 24 Blackwell, Jill 25,60,145,170,172 Blew, David 25 Boardman, Peggy 24,110,163 Bobbett, Bob Z4,57,61,77 Bobich, Jill 24 Boone, Teri 24 Botti, Mike 25 Bottles, Rocky 25 Brauff Craig 24,29,32,110 Brookbank, Greg 24 Brown, Ty 25 Brown, Bill 24 Bueschke, Diana 25,170.37,43,162, 163 Busch, Don 24 Byers, Cindy 24,58,161 Byrne, Kitty 24,170,150 C Caine, Jerry 24 Calhoun, Mike 25,39,38 Campbell, Rita 25,60 Campbell, Tina 26,170,110,172 Campman, Terri Z6 Carbon, Debbie 26,162 Cardoza, Mary 26,156 Carlson, Donna 27,170,110 Carlson, Misty 26 Carpenter, Steve 26,56,l50 Carr, Jorene 26,170 Cassel, Kim 26,110 Castleman, Rick 27 Cathcart, Sam 26,152 Cederblom, Wendy 26 Chapman, Mark 27 Charley, Judy 27 Choate, Judy 27 Christiansen, Greg 27,56 Clark Linda 27 Clemens, Steve 27 184 Clement, Cathy Z7,147,162,163 Clifford, Jim 27 Cline, Leeann 27 Coburn, Judy 27,162 Combs, John 27 Conkli Conkli n, Scott 27,86 n, Syd 27,170 Cook, Barbara 28 Cordero, Arturo 28,151.90 Cosby, Phil 28 Cosgrove, Shawn 28 Cox. Kevin 28,150,90 Crossley, Steve Crouse Mike 56 150 D Daly, Mick 28,56,61 Davies, Dave 28 Davis, Chris 28 Davis, Donna 28 Davis, Kelly 28 Davis, Ted 28,54,56,6O,61,154 DeGon, Karen 28 Decker, Dana Delegans, Chris 29,56,61 Derosi Deuel, Dickin er, Renee Carmen 29 son, Jim 29,57 Dickson, Mike 29 Dikes, Dikes. Dinsm Dixon, Dixon, Dodd, Dolan, Carol 29 David 29.150 ore, Rosanna 29 Cheryl 29 Donna 29,41 Jim 29 Randy 29,158,161 Doughty, Dan 29,150,158 Draszt, Mikele 30 Driskil l, Lora 30,170,158,43 Dunlap, Robyn 30,145,162 Egeland, Kevin 30,158,161 Eide, Lynne 31,38,152,43 Ellis, Scooter 31,57,86 Erickson, John 30,151 Erickson, Paul 30 Evans, Ben 30 Evans, Mark 30 F Faranee, Kim 31,162,163 Farmer, Steve 31,158,161 Fiscus Greg 30,48,149,69 Flesland, Tammy 30 Fournier, Linda 30 French, Jim 30 Frisina, Kelly 30 Fromviller, Mark 31,150 Frost, Elisa 31 Frost, Neal 30,159 G Gadeke, Steve Gaiser, Chris 30,150.69 Gale, Sally 30 Gerritsen, Louella 31 Gettig, John 31 Gilbert, Sean 32,49 Giles, Lajena 32,110 Gilmore, Lloyd 32 Gilmore, Sandra 32,110 Glennie, Gary 33 Gotll Dave 32,Z9,61,172, Goodman, Mark 32 Gorecki, Laura 32 Granger, Susie 32,110 Green, Lionel Greenwald, Larry Grenz, Barb 33,170,162 Gritiith, Chris 32,150,651 Groce, Maureen 33,17,162,163 Gijvlness, Taninitv 33 Gudgel, Lisa 33,162 Gum, Gerald Gustatson, Dave 33,150,69 Guyll, Dave 33,5686 H'l Haursttttk, Melody 33,60 Hanchette, Scott Hanna, Dixie 33 Hanson, Shelley 33 Harlow, Dan 33 Harper, Ty 33,162 Harrington, Glen 33 Harris, Joe 33,147,158,16l Hart, Emily 34,170,147,15U,90,l62 Haskell, Cindy 34,38,110,111 Haskins, Cindy 34,110 Hatch, Jim 34,150 Hawkins, Sarah 34,60,66,150,88 Heggem, Judy 34 Heise, Mike 34,110 Hennessey, Laura 34,170,158 Heppner, Darren 34 Hergenreder, Chris 34 Higgins, Jamie 34 Higgs, Dale 34,38 Hill, Dan 34 Hoeper, Julie 35 Hogan, Tim 35 Holand, Cindi 35 Hollingsworth, Sandra 35 Hubble, JetT 35 Hugill, Earl 35 Huntley, Kathy 35 Husa, Craig 35,37,57,145,147 Hutton, Doug 35,162 Hylkema, Lyn 35 lvester, Lori 35,158,161 J Jamieson, Scott 35,161 Jeckle, Julie 36,145,l71,150 Jettreys, Lori 36 Johnson, Allen 36 Johnson, Pam 36 K Kealy, Patty 37,61 Keithley, Doug 36 Kennedy, Gregg 36 Kennett, Cooper 36 Keys, Diane 36,110 Kimball, Darron 37 King, Cheryl 37,144,170,150 Kingen, Linda 36,146 Kinney, Joel 36,56,61 Koontz, Rick 36 Kopp, Duane 36 Koschalk, Cheryl 37,170 Kremer, Jim 37 Krupa, Jan 36,38 Kuhlman, Scott 36 L Latord, Craig 36,29 Lacombe, Steve 36,152 Lundberg, Eric 37 Lange. Roy 37,158,161 Lawless, Nathan 38,90 Layton, Vickie 38 LeFrancois, Ross 38 Leichner, Nancy 38,147 Lura, Nancy 39 Lynch, Tracey 38,163 Lyonnais, Jennice 38 M Mahattey, Bill 38 Mallotte Tertiv 38 Marier, lid 39,150 Marks Nan 38,170,153 Mathis, Jan 39,170,1 10,150,153 Mazzie, Tammy 39,60 McCaslin, Joanne 39 McClure, Lori 39,65,88 McDonald, Kim 39 McDowell, Cari 39 Mclzllnoy, Scott 129 McKenzie, Lisa 39, 170,152 Mvdlen, Mike 39,57,61,15tl,152 .170 Minnick Kelly 39 Minor, Karin 39,110 Moen, Mike 39 Monforton, Joe 39,56,150 Moorhead, Allan 40,56,158,161 Morlan, Joe 40 Morris, Chris 159 Moss, Brian 40 Moss, Denise 110 Mowder, Leeza 40 Muirhead, Doug 40 Munkers, Tina 40,147,162,163 Murphy, David 40 Murray, Tom 40 Myers, Mike 39,29,56,144,77 Nalder, JOn 40,56,150,86,69 Nance, Jim 40.144,148,149 Nelson, Vickie 41,43 Nessly, Jill 41 Nicol, Donna 41,158 Nienhuis, Paul 41,150 Norton, Wendy 41 Nuss, Kathy 41,158 0 O'Brien, John 41,150,158 O'NCill, Pat 41,110 O'Donnell, Mike Ogzewalla, Susan 41 Oliver, Malinda 41 Oliver, Rick 41 Olson, Chris 41,170,110 Olson, Eric 41 Oppedahl, Don 41 Orahood, Linda 42,170 Ostrom, Barb 42,110 Otis, Ji1T1 42,38,151,153 P Palmisson, Leanord 154 Parker, Steve 43 Parker, Sandra 163 Parker, Sam 42,56 Paxson. Ken 43 Payne, Mike 42 Peaslee, Caroline 42 Peck, Cathy 42,l70,I10,162 Pendleton, Cathy 42, 170,1 10,158 Peterson, Frank 43,150 Peterson, Kent 43 Peterson, Lyle 42 Ptau, Teresa 42,170 Phiter, Bill 42 Phillion, Chris 42,66 Phillips, Dan 163 Podd, Tami 43 Polich, Kelly 43 Pope, Darrell 42,55,56,57,144,165, 162,86 Pulver, Kim 42 Purrington, Brenda 42 Ramey, Kevin 42 Ramirez, Marsha Rawlings, Tom 43,150,69 Reed, Todd 43 Richards, Stan 148 Richardson, Judy 44,145,170,171 150,162 Ring, Don 44 Roark, Kelly 44,56,150,163 Roberts, Barry 44,98,158,161 Robertson, John 45,56,57,171 Roellich, Kim 44,170 Rolls, Clay 44 Roseborough, Donna 44,1 10,1 1 1,163 Rotchford, Mark 44,57,127 Rumpeltes. Tom 45,158,161 S Sackett, Dave 44 Sams, Brad 45 Sandeno, Rick 45,150 Schafer, Glenda 45,170 Schindler, Teresa 45 Schmidt, Kevin 45 Schmitz, Mary Jo 45,158 Schneider, Jodi 110 Scott, Wendy 45 Shagina, LO1'i 45,145,112,15O,153 Shaver, Jim 45 Sheldon, Brad 45,57,77 Shiosaki, Mike 45,110,112,,147 Shook, Kelly 45 Shoop, Randy 46,15o,15s,s9 Sieglock, Connie 46 Simanton, Leslie 46,43 Simmons, Cathy 46 Skidmore, Jackie 46,110 Slater, Gen 46,60,170,146,158 Slemmer, Gary 46,162,163 Sours, Jayne 46,170,153 Spragg, Keith 46,150 Stanford, Shelley 46,38,170 Steele, Holly 46,146 Stephens, Laurie 46 Stickney, Pam 47,170,153 Stiltner, Shannon 47 Stockman, Mike 47 Thordarson, Brent 49,61,158,161 Tibbals, Paula 48,88 Titus, Lyn Tollerson, Paul Tombarelli, Lisa 170 Trevaskis, Teny 48 Tunison, Kathie 48,90,158 Tvree, Tim 49,155 ll Uht, Steve 49,29 Upham, Lori 48 VanDoren, Pri sca 48 VanDoren, Ruthanna 48,153,162,163 Vandiver, Garv 38,162 Vawter, Allani49 Vent, Gene 49 vague, Jeff 48 Vogel, Vern 48 W Wagner, Lisa 48 Waldby, Renae 48,60,43 Wall, Mark 49 Wallin, Mike 49 Walsh, Janie 50,90 Ward, Danette 50 Wamer, P aul 50 Warren, Dan 50,57,150,86,69 Wells, Angie 51 Wenberg, Andy 50,158,161 Wentz, Dave 50 Wheeler, Neal 50,56,150 White, Kelley 50 White, Larry 51 Williams, Kelly 50 Williams, Rick L, 50,57,16Z Williams, Rick A. 50 Williams, Steve 50 Windsor, Colleen 51,88 Wingett, Susan 51 Wisenor, Ken 51,57,172 Stuart, Doug 47 T Taill Lisa 47,170,110 Taplin, Carrie 47,147,150,162 Taylor, Leit'47 Thies, Todd 47 Thomas, Julie 47 Thomason, Jody 47,62,150 Thompson Bonnie 47 Thompson Connie 48,110 Thompson, Jim 48 Thompson. Laurel 48,146 Thompson, Lori 49,153 Thompson, Lauri 48,145 Thomson, Tom 158,161 Withemw, Ardella 51 Witter, Jeil'51,77 Woltf Connie 51,158,159 Wood, Mark 51,152 Workland, JoAnn 51,110,150 Wygant, Sheila 51 Y'Z Yamada, Tim 51,150 Yamada, Jet1'51 Yandt, Terri 51,60,170,156 Yang, Ray 51 Zachow, Judy 50 JUNIORS A Adcock, Ron 96 Ady. Jett' 96 Ady, Panela 96,162 Albert, Janet 96 Allen, Kenneth J. 96,86 Allen, Janet 96 Allen, Kim 96 Allison, Dana 96 Alteneder, Aaron 56,96,69 Anderson. Molly 96 Anderson, Sherri 96 Seniors Dave Guyll and Renee Bagwell start a new sport basketballl? Anderson, Wendy 145,96,147 Armstrong, Lauri 96,160 Arre, Denise 96 Atchison, Ron 96,154 Auble, Scot 96,161 Austin, Jetl' 96 Bagwell, Dave 96,150 Baker, Sue 96 Baldwin, Charles 96 Baldwin, Lisa 96 Bass, Debbie 96 Bass, .lon 96 Bassett, Steve 96 Bates, Georgia 96 Baxter, Meagan 96,162 Beck, Deena 96,163,162 Beck, Richard 96 Becker, Teresa 171,170,96,150,l53 Beecher, Michael 96 Benish, Mark 96 Benson, Penney 96 Beresford, Lori 96 Bertholti Michelle 96 Blaylock, Kris 96,162 Blount, Diane 97,162 Braithweight, Margaret 163 Blue, Joann 96 Boardman, Jackie 64,97,88,162 Bohn, Ray 97,160 Boehm, Kathy 97 Boles, Kenneth 97,163,162 Bolyard, Stacey 170,150 Bostrom, Rick 97 Boyles, Kristin 97 Braman, Sheila 97 Braymen, Greg 97 Brito, Mike 29,62,97 Brookbank, Biian 97 Brown, Bruce 161 BIUVVD, Deanna 97,147 Blown, Susan 97 Brown, Tammi 97 Brummett, Deanna 97,162 Budinger, Theresa 97 Bumgamer, Gretchen 97,159 Buska, Doug 98 Butcherite, David 98 Buys, Jami 98 Bye, Richard tArneI 98 Campbell, Janis 98,163,162 Campman, Joseph 98 Carbon. John 56,58,98.150 Chamberlin, Christine 98 Chase, Pamela 98 Chewning, Brad 98 Clark. Lee 98 Clarke, Ellen 98,159 Cokayne, Teresa 98 Collins, Todd 98 Combs, Jeti' 98 Conrad, Lisa 170,98 Conrad, Lisa 170,98 Conrad, Scott 98,86 Cook, Terence Cramer, Donna Crass, Patricia 98 Cumbee, Deborah 56,98 Cunningham, Mary 66,98 Curtis, Chris 98 D Dale, Lorrie 98 Dang, Trang 98 Danner, Kristi 98 Davies, John 98,148,1-19,86 Daties, Lorie 98,159,160 Davis, Barbara 98.147 Davis Bonnie 98,153,159 Davis Colene 98 Davis Lisa 98 Davis , Steve 98 Dazcll. Bobbi 98 Deasy, David 107 Degagne, Rod 98 Delegans. Maria 43,98 Destetano, Tom 98,86 Diedrich, Arun 98 Dietzel, Kim 98 Dixon, Doug R. 98 Doty, Carolyn 98,162 Dronen, Melody 98 Duncan, Lisa 98 Duthie, Marvaleen 99 E Edwards, Brad 99 Edwards, James 99 Ehlis, Lynn 99,159 lflisenbarth, Keiin 99 1-Zlliot, William 162 Ellis, Marc 98 lirieksen, Chris 99 1-lrickson, Brad 56,99 Erickson, Jami 99 Bschliman, Mark 99 base 185 Espinoza, Carman 57,99,147,159,86 Evans, Starell 99 F Fall, Christyna 171,99 Farley, Dorine 99 Fechner, Eddy 99 Fields, Tracy 99 Flory, Brenda 99 Fogg, Robyn 99 Foster, David 159 Fraunhotler, Heinz 99 Freeman, Robert 99 Furnish, Scott 99 G Gaines, Toni 99,146,159 Galloway, Theresa 99,150 Gasper, Henry 99 Gates, Denise 99 Gentry, Leigh lAllisonl 99 Gibbard, Kim 99,150 Gibson, Debra 62,99,150 Gibson, Leanne 99 Gilbert. Barbara 99 Gilbert, Beverly 100 Gillis, Lisa 100 Glennie, Scott 100 Goodrich, Elizabeth 64,l70,100,150 Gorder, Theodore 100 Gothmann, Debbie 100 Graves, Terri 100,147,162 Green, JD. 100,151 Greene, Barbara 100,146,159 Grenz, Connie 100,162 Gregory, David 57,100,148,150,86 Gritlith, Brenda 100 Groth, Susan 100 Guinn, Jim 100 Gustatson, Julie 100 Haase, Craig 56,58,150 Hafner, Julie 100 Hager, Shelly 147 Haker, Anders 100,151 Hall, David 100,90 Halverson, Debra 100 Hanley, Sabrina 100 Hansen, Blane 100 Hansen, Karley 100 Hanson, Renee 170,100 Harr, Keith 100 Harr, Kevin 100 Harvey, Traci 100,112,146 Haskins, Debbi 43,170,100 Haskins, Scott 100,160 Hatch, Adriane 100,153 Haxtrx, Cathy 100 Haydel, Brian 100 Hayes, Maryanne 110,100 Hiedecker, Pauline 100 Hennessey, Steve 100,159 Henry, Steven 100,86 Heuston, Kami 100,156,159 Hicks, Janice 171,100 Higgins, Dan 100 Hoiland, John 56,100,150,86 Hoisington, Butch 100 Hoisington, Larry 100 Hollen, Janet 100 Holts, Greg 100 Howry, Kendel 100 Humiston, Nelson 100 Hussey, Susie 100,159 J Jackson, Andy 100,l48,149,86 James, Carey 57,58 Jarvis, Susan 100,148 Jay, Lisa 101 Johns, Greg 101 Johnson, Kristin 64,101,150 Johnson, Teresa 101 Jonas, Richard 101 Jones, Colleen 101,163,162 Jones, Jeff 101 Julian, Taylor 101 K Kemp, Donald 101 Kenna, Brian 67,101,150 Kieffer, Kristine 101 Kihara, Steve 101 King, Daniel 101 Kircher, Douglas 57,58,101,150 Kite, Lawrence 101 Klobucher, Marcella 101,153 Knox, Stephanie 101 Kovacich, Brian 57,58,101,150 Kraftt, Kim 101 Kramer, Bill 101,56,150 Krauss, Erik 101,150 Seniors show experience . . . passing notes without getting caught! 186 Kuester, Michael 101 Kulp, Jefirey 101 L Lambert, Edith 101 Lamm, Elizabeth 101,147,153,162 Lane, Julie 101 Lang, Kelli 101 Leichner, William 101 Leonard, Julie 101 Leonard, Teri 101 Liepold, Teri 102,159 Lightfoot, Bruce 62,102,150 Littell, Virginia 102,162 Littler, Brent 57,102,69 Lively, Richard 102 Lively, Steve 102 Lodahl, Natasha 102 Long, Jeffrey 102 Long, Robin 102,88 Ludvik, Cheryl 102 M Mace, William 102 Maclnnes, Renee 102 MacPherson, Mark 102 Mahaffey, Daniel 102 Mahlum, Lori 102 Marohl, Kimberly 162 Martin, Tracey 102 Mason, Dana 102 Mathis, Diane 102,162 Maxwell, Mary 102 McAuliff Heidi 102 McCaslin, Theresa 102,88 McClure, Rick 102 McCombs, Melvin Scott 102 McCracken, Bradley 102 McCumber, April 102,148 McKee, Brenda 64,170,102,150,88 McKenzie, Jamie 102 McKinley, Ira Blake 102 McNair, Terry 102 Merritt, Gary 102 Meserve, Daniela 58,102 Miller, Glenn 102 Miller, Ron 102 Miller, Scott 102 Misterek, Marcia 102,147,150 Momb, Vikki 170,102 Moolick, Jerry 102 Moon, Tammy 102 Moore, Renee 62,102,162 Moore, Terri 64,102,88 Morris, John 102 Morrow, Kim 102 Mourning, Terry 102 Muirhead, Debra 102 Mullett, Jody 102 Murray, Laurie 102 N Nausley, Tom 102 Niccolls, Cathryn Uanettel 102,162 Nicol, Rhonda 61,63,'l70,103,150,88 Niehenke, Karen 103,162 Nowaski, Randy 103 Nystrom, Paul 103,162 0 Oaks, David 56,103,150 O'Brien, Jim 103 O'Dell, Jerry 102,86 Oglesbee, Robert 103 Olds, Gregory 103 Olds, Sheldon 103 Olsen, Kari 103 Olson, David 103 Olson, Josetta 103 Olson, Kris 103 Olson, Scott 56,103,156 O'Regan, Connor 103,159 Orr, Allan 103 Orr, Marty 103.160 Osborn, Paul 103,160 Osborn, Terry 103 Osterback Sue 103,153, 162 Owens, Kathleen 103 P Packer, Richard 103 Palmer, Scott 103 Parks, Darryl 103 Pearson, Kevin 103 Peaslee, Monique 103 Peck, Jim 103,69 Pelley, Kay 103 Persons, Kimberly 103,174 Peterman, Adam 104 Peterman, Will 104 Peters, Steve 104 Peterson, Gregory 104 Peterson, Laura 104 Phifer, Dave 104,161,86 Phillips, Craig 104,160 Platnick, Charlotte Pogue, Dawn 104,162 Polignoni, Alice 104,159 Ponsness, David 104 Porter, Staci 104,163,162 Powell, Daniel 104 Powell, Deborah 104 Price, Brian 104 Provo, Wanda 104 Puhek, Mary 104,163,162 Q. Quass, Dave 104 Quigley, Michelle 104 R Rabe, Oliver 104 Rawson, Cindy 104 Ray, Steven 86 Reasoner, Suzy 104 Reckord, Scott 104,86 Reed, Gordon 159 Reeve, Kathryn 104,150 Reeves, David 104 Reger, Judith 104 Rentel, Scott 104 Rhodes, Robert 104 Ries, Steve 104 Riley, Katherine 104 Roberds, Paul 104 Roche, Mike 104 Rodkey, Mark 104,150 Roma, Jnff 10-1 Rogers, Tia 104 Books, Jett' 104 Rootvik Michael 56,58,104 Ross, Michael 104 Rossmeier, Hope 104,162 Rotchford, Kevin 57,104 S Sampson, Christy 104,162 Sandeno, Debbie 104 Sanders, Lisa 104 Saunders, Carl 105 Sauve, Doreen 105 Schafer, Tammy 105,88,159 Schenk Steven 105,86 Scheunemann, John 105 Schmedding, Larry 57,105.86 Schmitz, Michele 170,105 Schultz, Quinn 56,105,150 Schultz, Rob 105 Scott, Paul 105 Scroggin, Pat 105 Seeman, Lynnette 105,162,163 Shagina, Steve 105,69 Shatto, Pamela 105,146 Sheldon, Brian 56,105 Shepherd, Alan 105,150 Shewvin, Danette 105,162 Shobe, Timothy 105 Shook, Pat 62,105 Sigel, Kelly 105,90 Sime, Lisa 105 Simmons, Jeri 105,162 Skierka, Kelly 170,105,150 Slagle, Lawrence 105,160 Smith, Jeanne 105,159 Snider, Doug 105 Spencer, Scott 105 Springer, Lori 105,88,162 Stadler, Frank 57,105,150 Stearns, Jonathan 105 Stemple, Christine 106 Stephenson, Laurie 106,162 Stokes, Mark 106 Strickland, Robin 106,86 Sullivan, Matthew 57 Sullivan, Marissa 145,106 Sulya, Louis lMikeJ 106 Swisher, Lynn 106,153,163.l6Z T Taff Gail 64,170,106,150,88 Taylor, Kathleen 106,162 Taylor, Linda 106 Taylor, Steve 106 Tennyson, Michael 106 Thomas, David 106 Tondini, John 67,66,106,150 Trent, Julie 106 Tuchek David 106 Tschetter, Terri 106,159 Tucker, Joseph 106 Tucker, Staci 64,106,150,88 Tunison, Patty 106 Tumer, Reed 106 Tuttle, Jill 106 Tyler, Larry 106 Tyree, Steven tPhill 106,161 V Vancott, Victoria 106,163 Van Skaik, Craig 106 Vandiver, Jet? 106,163 Vanzyverden, Stuart 106 Veisz, Heidi 106 Vigessa, Mike 56,106 Vigneri, Kim 106 Visintainer, Stephen 106,163,162 Vogelman, Stuart 106,161 Vogt, Rich 106 W'Y'Z Wadlington, Joe 106 Walker, Angela 56,106 Wallace, Robert 106 Waller, Julie l06,150,88,163,162 Walther, Laura 106 Warren, Kathleen 170,106 Watkins, Susan Watson, Timothy 56,58,106 Watts, Greg 106 Weitman, Dennis 159 West, Vickie 106 Westerhoff Tammy 106,147 Wheeler, Allice 170,106 Wheeler, Charles 106,86 Whipple, Renee 106,121,146 White, Sheri 106 White, Wayne 106 Whitten, Troy 106 wiggs, Brian 56,652,106 Williams, Bryan Scott 62,106 Williams, Terri 107,88 Wineinger, Tisha 107 Winton, Clayton 107,160 Wisenor, Kevin 107 Witter, Lea Anne 107 Wold, Donna 107 Wolf Bob 107 Woods, Jay 107 Woolcock. Ronald 57,107 Wyatt, Kyle 56,58 Yates, Robert 67,107,150 ZaCh0W, Keith 56,107,150,86,162 SOPHOMORES A Ackerman, Nancy 132 Adams. Lloyd-Jim 132 Agen, Steve 58 Albert, Dave Michael 159,160,132 Allen, Marci 132 Anders, Janet 132 Anders, John-Scott 132 Anderson, Christi 158,132 Anderson, Erika 132 Anderson, Michael 58,132 Anderson, Michelle 132 Anderson, Ron 132 Andrews, Sandy 65,132 Anglin, Leslie 163,132 Annis, Jolene 133 Argo, Debbie 133 Arrnent, Ray 139 Asbury, Teresa 159,160,132 Aurich, Brent 132 Baker, J-Phillip 132 Baily, Robin 132 Barge, Janet 132 Barnard, Karen 132 Bass, Doug 132 Bates, Jacqueline 132 Baxter, Laurie 132 Bayne, Paula 132 Beck, Chrys 132 Becklund, Teresa 170,132 Behm, Rob 132 Bellomy, Lisa Benton, Bill 132 Bergland, Cheryl 163,132 Best, Michele 159 Black, Barbara 163,132 Black, Mark 58,159,160,132 Bland, F. Seth 58,132 Blecker, David 159,160,132 Blew, Bonnie 132 Blue, Diana 132 Bobbett, Julie 132 Boenan, Edward 132 Boechler, Dwight 58,132 Bolee, Sandy 132 Boling, Mitchell 132 Botti, Joanne 132 Boulton, Carolyn 132 Boynton, Joanne 132 Bmmm, Diane 132 Brown, Heidi 158,161,132 Brown, Troy 132 Brzostowski, Mike 58,132 Budinger, Elizabeth 132 Bueschke, Loretta 145,132 Bumgamer, John 159,160,132 Bunker, Layne 159,160,132 Burgeson, Kimberly 132 Burington, Joel 159,160,132 Burrows, Debra 132 Busch, Kimberly 132 Buster, Darrin 132 Butler, Chris 132 Byers, John 58,133 C Caddick Cheryl 133 Cain, Yvonne 159 Campbell, Daryl 139 Campbell, Rani 139 Canino, Jett' 139 Capstick. Amy Carskaddon, Lynn 158,133 Cassel, Chris 133 Castleberry, Jetf 159,133 Cathcart, Chris 133 Chappell, Kip 133 Charley, Scott 133 Chewing, Cynthia 134,88 Christianson, Brian 67,134,162 Clark. Ann 134 Clark Kathy 134,159 Clifford, Diane 170,134 Cline, Lori 134 Cole, Troy 134 Cook, Dennis Cook Mark 58 Cooper, Rick 134 Coleman, Brian 61 Corbett, Carol 134,163 Corder, Dan 134,159 Cornish, Lisa 134 Cosby, Marty 58,134 Crouch, Charlene 134 Crump, Brent 134 Cunningham, Bill 67,134,162 Davis, Ed 134 Davis, Neal 134 Davis, Wendy 134,159 Degon, Vicky 134 Dean, Linda 134 Degagne, Cory 134,159 DeLauder, Teresa 134 Dice, Mitch 134,159,160 Dickson, Steve 134 Diedrich, Aree 134 Dinatale, Janet 134 Dishno, Cyndi 134 Dittberner, Daniel 58,134 Do, Aimee 134,146 Doege, Kevin 134,159 Doty, Richard 134,159 Doughty, Adele 64,134,150 Drew, Kevin 57,132,150 Dutii Steve 134 Dutlord, Max 134 E Edwards, Bradley 134,162 Edwards, Dan 134 Edwards, Marc 134 Ellingson, Cindy 134 Emert, Steve 134 Encinas, Maria 134 Erickson, Phillip 134 Eslick, Tal 134 F Famsworth, Nolan 135 Finney, Dan 135 Fischer, Heidi 135 Fiscus, Douglas 135 Fleury, Dan 135 G Gage Devery 135 Galliher, Glenn 135,159 Gardner, Mark 135 Gaudette, Tammy 66,135,150 Gendron, Glen 135 Gettig, Debbie 135 Gibson, Julie 135 Gilchrist, Dave 135 Gillis, Steve 135,159 Gilmore, Michele 65,135 Godley, Pat 135 Gossling, David 135 Gray, Randy 135 Green, Gini 135,163 Green, Wendy 135 Greger, Harley 135 Gross, Laurie 58,135 Groth, Cheryl 65,135 Grytness, Jeff 135 Gunderson, Robbin 159 Gurney, Shonna 135 Gustafson, Scott 58.135 Hamilton, Jackie 145,135 Hannum, Jeanne 135 Hansen, Jim 135 Harrison, Crystal 135 Harris, Joleen 135,158 Harvey, Julie 135,159 Harvey, Tom 135,159 Haskins, Catherine 132,135 Hawkins, Craig 58,135 Hawkins, Susan 135 Hawkins, Rebecca 135 Hayes, Christina 135 Hayes, Redean 135 Heaton, Daiid 135 Heaton, Michael 135,159,160 Heidecker, Diane 135 Henricksen, Krista Hentschel, Carissa 135 Highley, Brad 159 Hill, Debbie 135 Hill, Sarina 135,159 Hillearjv, Kathy 135 Hixson, Marci 135,159 Hogan, Tanya 136 Holmes, Jill 135 Holthouser, Mark 136 Honican, Greg 58,136 Hooker, Leah 136,163 Horgan, Dawn 136,158,160 Hostetter, Dean 136,159,160 Houpt, Mike Hoyt, Loriann 65,136 Howlett, Teresa 136 Hubble, Ron 136,159 Huffman, Dana 136 Hughes, Bob 136,159 Hughes, Charles 136 Hunter, Jim Hustad, Eric 58 Hutton JoLynn 132,136,162 Hydrick Mickey 136 7 Mr. Ressa demonstrated a new teaching method at the Leadership Conference. I"J Ilgen, Laura 136,158 Jacobs, Pamela Jacot, Neil 136 James, Leisa Jeffreys, Brad 136 Johnson, Bill 136 Johnson, David 132,136,162 Johnson, Judith 136 Johnson, Penny 65,136 Johnson, Shannon 136 K Kay, Rick 58,132,136 Keehner, Bill 136 Kemp, Dean 136 Kennedy, Scott 136 Kennett, Bemice 137 Kite, Stacey 137 Kivett, Gayle 137 Knierim, Rebecca 137 188 Knudson, John 58,136 Knobel, Kristine tKimJ 136 Knoy, Lois 136 Krupp, Kimberley 137 Kuhlman, Brad 137 L LaCombe, Mary 137,147 Laing, Dewretha 136 Langan, Patrick 136,159 Larsen, Shawn 137 Leonard, Mark 137 Lindner, Kurt 137 Lindly, Robin 137 Little, Charles lChadJ 58,136 Littleton. James Wincel 137,159,160 Long, Loel Looney, Michelle 137 Lowery, Lorene 137,159 Luebecke, Stefan Lund, Mike 137,158,160 Lundberg, David 137 M Maney, Sharla 137 Manuel, Sherri 137 Marelli, Richard 137 Marvin, Cindy 65,137 Mayiield, Scott 137 McAulifE Michael 137 McCaslin, Cathy 170,66,137 McCormick, Sam 137,162 McKay, James 137 McKinney, Debbie McKinney, Randy McLeod, Mitch 137 McMulkin, Kay 58,64,137,250 McQuihley 137 Meckel, Sandy 137 Melton, Ann Michelli, Joseph 137 Mickelson, Lynn 64,137,150 Miller, Mike 159 Miller, Tammi 137 Mills, Juanita 137 Mohland, Gary 137 Moline, Julie 137 Monroe, John 58,137 Moore, Cheri 137 Moore, William 137 Morgan, Michael 138,159 Morlan, Robin 138,147 Morris Michael Morris, Steve 138 Morris, Ted 138,159 Morse, Dennis 159 Moss, Steve 138 Murphy, Steve 138 Myers, Todd 138 Myhre, Chris 138,159 Ne-o Nausley, Theresa 138 Nelson, Kathy 138 Nicholas, Linda 138 Nienhuis, Chris 58 Niesing, Teresa Nystrom, Ken 138,159 Oeser, Christine 66,138 Oliver, Kandy 138,163 Olson, Darran 138,162 Olson, Dayna 138 Olson, Jim 58,138 Osterback, Janet 138,162 Otis, Jerry 58,138 189 P Padrta, Brian 138 Paxson, Kevin 138 Peden, Kevin 90 Pendleton, Melissa 138 Perrotta, Joe 138 Persons, Scott 138 Peters, James lScottJ 138 Peterson, Tammy 138 Peterson, Tim 58,59,138 Phelan, Erin 138 Phillion, Scott 138,90 Pierce, Kim 138 Pitner, Sharon 138 Placencia, Holly 138 Plonske, DJ 138 Plumber, Tony Pollock, Bill 138 Powell, Dawn 138 Price, Kelly 65,138,88 Prinoe, Jerry Pryor, Natalie Q.-R Quick, Audree 138 Quibbs, Dean 138 Quinn, Jacqueline 138 Racicot, Bob 138 Rector, Matt 58,138 Reed, Chuck 139 Reosser, Scott 158,160 Reynolds, Bruce 139 Richardson, Jeanne 139 Rider, Elizabeth 139 Riley, James 139 Rivera, Greg 139 Roark, Kerry 139,159 Roark, Kevin 159 Robertson, Jim 58,139 Rooks, Kathryn lKamieJ 139 Roselhal, Sharon 65,139,159 S Sanders, Kathy 139 Sanders, Kevin 139 Sargent, Brett 139 Saunders, Regina 139 Sawyer, Lenora 139 Schenk, Shari 139 Schmidt, Lisa 139 Schoen, Sharon 139 Schroeder, Jan 139 Schuster, Kellie 139 Scott, Carol 139 Sebert, David 139,159 Seefeldt, Rodney 58,139 Self Kim 139,146 Shatto, Cindi 139 Sherman, Candace 139 Sills, Deanne 139 Simon, Lorri 139 Skeels, Teri 147 Skierka, Sandy 170,139 Smith Elise 139 Smith, Maryterese 139 Smithson, Sherri 139,159 Snow, Kath 139,163 Sokoll, Chris 159 Sours, John 139 Spatz, John 139 Spitzer, Shawn 139 Spragg, Dave 58,139 Stadler, Matt 58,139 Standford, Wendy 139 Steele, Bruce 58,139 Stein, Kent 140 Stephens, Tracy 140,162 Stewart, .lim 140 Stiltner, Sherri 140 Stockman, Bryan 140,158 Stoltenberg, Evan 140 Stuss, Kevin 140 Strickland, Kelly Sutherland, Lynn 140 Swanson, Pat 140 Swanson, Vince 140 T Tackitt, Brenda 140 Taylor, Alecia 140 Taylor, Jefirey 140 Thomas, Anna 140,146 Thomas, Janenne 140 Thomas, Mike 140,162 Tiffany John 140 Tipton, Mark 140 Torre, Louis 146 Trinkle, Stephanie 140 Tucker, Brad 140 Tveit, Arthur 140,151 Tveit, Tim 159 I U-V Uht, Sue Utley, Brian 58,140 Van Eslberg, Terri 140 Vawter, Ted 140 Vigneri, Etrry 140 Vigue, Wendy 140,88 Vogt, Mike 140,162 W-Y'Z Wade, Bryan 159 Waldby, Karene 65,140 Walker, Karen 147 Walker, James 140 Walker, Keith 140 Wallin Kristi 140 Walter, Honda 58,140 Warner, Stephen 140 Watson, Laurie 140 Watson, Tim Webb, Joe 141 Webb, Tracey 141 Wells, James 140 Wentworth, Jeff 140 Wentz, Robert 141 Westerholl, Cara 141 Wheeler, Kathryn 141 Wick, Glenn 141 Wiediioh, Robyn 140 Wiggs, Jell' 140 VVitson, Harold 58,141 Wilson, Kippy 141 Wilson, S. 141 Winegar, Lisa 141 Wingett, Howard 140 Witherow. 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