University High School - Odyssey Yearbook (Irvine, CA)

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Bonham .Sieve zw{aQueen VT i i xT W dHost DaLented— Ctxls Cassldy grft ctfuffoxd cMosi " Doo cJflfi " — Bo6J(. znj[axviak atyosi jClxely to .Succeed — onto LOoxeen JLee ' tltW ' JSeniox L.lais c fdvisors: lf(aren dofiexos and O icki jCinbLxd — he last foux yeaxs have fiassed like a whidwind and working with energetic and goal-oriented class councils has been an unforgettable exfterience. U am indebted to the clan, presidents — [jy zJratmon, Christine oxdon, planet JJiittsckwag ex and (Jhris -Junstabl — w) Leadershift has been exemfdary, xesfjonsibts and infixing. JLauxie zJfull and d Hindy z HiLlex nave hxovided continuity by sexving all foux yeaxs on the council. adl[xs. l ichi -Linblad foined us the sofdiomoxe year and added frefr and direction to oux wild schemes. cdromecoming themes and fa.fi assemblies will always be bteasuxed memoxies of a very enexgetic and spirited class. jinauy, the West brought us the coveted drfomecoming awaxd this yeax, but we were fust as committed to the l ' Vizaxd of iDz, Hollywood and L, dliy ' Woxld — Lf elbow. JJuxing our freshmen, sophomore and zSeniox yeaxs, we won a mafoxity of the pep assemblies. Ilnfoxtunately nevex seemed to be that successful with dances. zrfow does one say farewell to 468 unique individuals who blend into a dynamic cLass? -Jo all those talented musicians, axamatic actors gifted athletes and Leadexs, cdVational adv{exit Semi-finalist and general webi-adfusted ana 1 delightful students, IJ wish you a Lifetime of exfdoiting your own talents, believing in your fellow man and your nation, and committing to something laxgex than youxselves. l eep in touch 60 Si zncoz C Laa C ounaiL -Lani HJamafuji, -Lauiic zrfuLl, Chtii Juni tall, dhxii tftoxdon, -Ls-iLU £fietoi, 2ituaxt U-Loya, iec£ s¥anL£, aiy i£ti, tannc Boom and iiinJy zA ' tilUz Seniors H m This year ' s homecoming game against the Corona del Mar Seakings proved to be exciting as well as fun. The half- time activities were very impressive with the highlight being the crowning of Mindy Miller as queen, while her court, Princesses Jeanne Boom, Emily Bush, Marybeth Francke and Margie Troy looked on. Although the final score of 14-9 favored the Seakings, the high energy generated by the enthusiastic team and crowd lasted until the next nights dance. The dance was sponsored by the Junior class and was held on campus. The band Legend played and everyone that went thoroughly enjoyed themselves. 64 Homecoming n Jeanne Boom Queen Mindy Miller Margie Troy Homecoming b5 Queen Karol Baker Senior Prin or rnncess Merrill Wegner Junior Princess Jill Bradshaw Winter This year ' s Winter Ball, sponsored by Girls ' League, was held at the Turtle Rock Community Center. The theme Ice Castles was highlighted by a real ice castle and everyone had a great time dancing to the unique sounds of Go od Company. Halfway through, the dance the crowning of the court; commenced. Karol Baker and Stuart Lloyd were crowned Queen and King, respectively. Sophomore Princess Freshman Princess Anne Baker 66 Ball The rest of the court was announced as follows. Senior Prince and Princess, 3hris Tunstall and Merrill Wegner: Junior Prince and Princess, Larry Com- nerford and Jill Bradshaw: Sophomore Prince and Princess, Tom Gentile and ne Baker: and Freshman Prince and Princess, Charlie Baker and Judy 3ole. Freshman Prince Sophomore Prince Stuart Lloyd Senior Prince Chris Tunstall Junior Prince Larry Commerford Charlie Baker Tom Gentile D a nee OOOkay! — Tab — cast party 4:30a.m. — D.P. — in the backandout the middle — on the hill — pass the squeeze — Patience — put it in a bun — smelly tights, dirty feet-DippityDooDah-eyelas hes-WEBAD — smile — shut up, you guys — Junk Food — Miss Piggy — cold duck — bean dip — happy birthday — ALL day rehearsals — invitational — floppy feet — NOSE EYES BOOBS — quick changes — Surfin ' USA — bruised knees — lunch in the room — Home Sweet Home — Sleep? — Not Mrytle — bras hanging out — Watch the Flats — there goes the tape — We need another dollar — Safety pins — warmup.warm- down — " Never Want To Leave You " — Thermoses — Rah, Rah Whipit — stage crew — " It ' s a Bore " — foot in the mouth — space cadets — trash — TOO HIP — gotta go — BEST DANCE PRODUC TlON; couldn ' t have done it without you Mrs. Crockett; WE LOVE YOU! i 68 Dance SUE CROCKETT Reva Berlin, Jill Bradshaw, Katie Csanyi, Leslie DePauw, Kim Enochs, Tim Exley, Kari Greenberger, Ty Harman, Rick Hill, Mandy Kerchner, Ralph Layton, Bettlna Lehnert, Ann Marchesano, Shiela McCarthy, Sean McGlaughin, Jill McKendry, Melissa Mednick, Mitch Mitchell, Claire Partin, Kim Petrovitch, Scott Smith, Robin Sudakow, Dianne Thomas, Lisa Uesugi, Wendy Warner, Merrill Wegner Dance t 9 c assica (3 uita Thanks E.F.!!!! Never Forget-flat tire on the way to grossmont-no-go van on the way to San Diego — clogged fuel filter — singing Pretty Ditty — KIDNAPPING E.F. — Bill, how could you play frisbee with a cast on your leg? — we hate carrying stuff in the rain before perf ormances — playing for a roller — skating elephant (Peter the What!) — why do we always break strings before performances! — HA HA at UCI (what a thrill) — we Love to be drowned out by the orchestra — The baton is up, folks! — Page, fix your zipper — JAMMIN ' ON THE BUS! — Memories like these will never die . . . Thanks to ALL!!! Jeff Eggert, Brian Eliel, Brent Gordon. Linda Hebb. Jan Hellick, Dawn Isley, Brian Jones. Jason Luckett, John Luna. Matthew Moore, Kurt Nishimura, Bill Ogle, Darlene Perez. Marl Steele, Page Stonecipher, Cassandra Tolbert, Yuko Uchiyama, Shell White, Michelle Williams. Kim Winslow, Robin Winslow, Susan Zuehls. ' - ; 70 Guitar Rock Sh ow " Stars — A Musical Revue ' The concept of this years commercial guitar production represented a radical departure from previous productions, while earlier productions tended to be mixedmedia presentations of well developed rock music " Stars " was definately a Song and Dance show. Realizing that a definite lack of stage presentation technique was lacking among Urn ' s pop musicians, " Stars " was designed to develop the talents in this area. The virtuosity of the musicianship required, in this show, was unusually high as were the demands put upon the dancers by choreographer Pippa Winslow. The show was very fast paced, with many stage changes creating, an overall excitement for the audience. Instrumentalists: Kevin Baldwin, Vincent Blackburn, Sharon Berman, Brent Gordon, Brian Jones, Jason Luckett, Darrin Morrill, Bill Ogle. Ben Pryor. Bill Sherlin, Dan Traslavma, Kim Winslow. Singers Dancers: Randy Cash, Jenny Davis, Shey Garner, Linda Hebb, Dawn Holtord, Linda Miller, Becky Snodgrass, Page Stonecipher, Jenny Spruance, Cassy Tolbert. Kim Winslow, Robin Winslow. 71 Junior-Senior Prom The Best of Times The 1981 Junior-Senior Prom was held at the Newport Marriott Hotel. This year the Senior Class broke tradition by turning the Prom into a dinner-dance. The coronation of the Prince; Eric Hedayat, and Princesses; Chris Gordon, Laurie Hull, Shannon Morrissey and Margie Troy, led up to that of Mindy Ann Miller and Tim Exley as Queen and King respectively. The band, Primo, played with great enthusiasm and this dance shall always be held in our mem- ories as — " The Best Of Times. " Princess Princess Prin Chris Gordon Laurie Hull Eri 72 Prom Queen Mindy Ann Miller ce Princess Margie Troy Tim Exley Princess Shannon Morrissey Prom w. est Sid btory Perhaps the most popular musical drama of contemporary theatre, West Side Story is based on Shakespeare ' s poignant tragedy, Romeo And Juliet. The Cast, Crew and Orchestra all put in many hours of hard work to create this touching production. 74 rill i ' H 4 Mr H V « fr F I Hr iSH jflM ' ifl Maria: Claire Partin, Tony: Evan Ramer, Anita: Ayne Joujon — Roche, Bernando: Eric Hedavat, Riff: Eric Leviton. The Sharks: Jeff Sudakow, Alan Rosenbaum, Lance Yarwood, Joe hoerdeman, Jason Johnson. The Sharks Girls: Carrie Howes, Kathy Perry, Linda Miller, Reva Berlin, Meri Finley, Ro+asha Hanseworth, Tara Owens, Jyoti Sarda. The Jets: Chris Cassady, David Widawsky, Jeff Hufford, Tim Exley, Charles Lamb, Marybeth Francke. The Jets Girls: Mindy Miller, Margie Troy, Cathy Ciranna, Jennifer Jones, Nancy Knowles, Carol Lind, Lisa Wilcox, The Adults: Jason John- son, Rich Jones, Mike Towne, Suzy Krueckeberg. 75 September Jeanne Boom Jeanne is a member of the Senior Class Council and is the Photo Editor for the Odyssey. She was selected as a Princess for the Homecoming Court and was voted Most Calm, Cool and Collected by the Senior Class. Girl of the Month Each month Girl ' s teague chooses an outstanding senior girl, who excels in many areas, to be a Girl of the Month. She is singled out because of her participation in and dedication to both the school and community. These girls are to be com- mended, being a Girl of the Month is definately an honor. October Mindy has been a Varsity Cheer Songleader for two years. She ' s on the Varsity Diving Team and is an active participant in both the Water and Snow Ski Clubs. As a well liked student Mindy was elected Home- coming Queen. November February Meri Finley Meri is President of this years Drama Club. She has participated in many shows and had the lead in the Mad Women of Chaillot. As a well rounded fine arts student Meri is a Madrigal Singer and a member of Choir Council March Suzy Krueckeberg Suzy has been active in Student Government and is this years ASB President. She is a member of the School Site Council, CSF, and the Drama Club. Suzy is interested in acting and was Production Manager for West Side Story. Lisa Met Lisa is a National Merit Scholar Semi- finalist and ASB Publicity Director. She is active in many clubs including CSF, Snow Ski and Windsurfing, of which she is President. Lisa is also a member of the Varsity Swim Team and Choreography. Doreen is FBLA Vice President as well as Girl ' s League and Classical Music Vice President. She is Presi- dent of |CL and is a member of CSF and the Varsity Speech and Debate Team. Doreen was Irvine ' s lunior Miss. lune Deidre Fischer Deidre has participated in Marching Band for the past four years. She is a Univine Reporter and a member of the Swim Team. Deidre is also actively involved in Wind Ensemble and Orchestra Marybeth Francke Marybeth is as ASB Pep Commis- sioner. She has been a Varsity Cheer Songleader for two years and is the coordinator for all Pep Assemblies. Marybeth was elected as one of the Homecoming Princesses. Bridget Reischl Bridget has been an active member of the Performing Arts Department. She plays Second chair Violin in the Orchestra and is a Madrigal Singer Bridget is in Choir and interested in Opera Peggy Lucero Peggy is the ' 80 ' 81 Odyssey Editor- in-Chief and ASB Activities Coordi- nator. She is a member of CSF and the Snow Ski Club. Peggy has com- peted with the Speech and Debate Team and is a member of the Senior Awards Committee. 76 Gril of the Month AFS Q_ C Q_ O C CD 4— i u Carsten Schwartz As an AFS student I have had a great and totally new experience. I lived with two families so I got to see a lot of different lifestyles. It ' s the same with other experiences I ' ve had. You showed me how to play football and how to improve my tennis, you helped me in classes and the AFS experience has helped me to get to know myself better. Thank you, the UHS students, as well as my fami- lies, and the AFS adult chap- ter and school club. Eduardo de Souza Campos This year ' 80- ' 81, I got an interesting experience in my life. I really liked this year. I was hoping to do many things that I wanted to do. And I can say, I did them. This experience was great for me, I saw very well the differ- ence between to be or not to be; the difference between people and things. AFS 77 ime Oapsule In the years to come, when our individ- ual worlds have become different and we have changed immensly within ourselves, we will, at times, look back on yesterday, and who and what we were. Here in our 1981 Time Capsule we have captured reflections and lifestyles. We have gathered some of your favorite things, to perhaps laugh over now, but in the future to serve as a reminder of the way it used to be. Your good old days are right here, for you. 78 Time Capsule 1980-198 Apple Computer fTfMHIKXK 3 i • VON HAAK • L ETS EAT IIGHT JON THENIGHTRIDERS THE UNCLAIMED CIRCLE JERKS THE CROWD • MAD SOCIETY THE HOBOOYS. WET PICNIC MARINA SWINGERS SUMNER TONI THE MOVERS THEWE1ROOS MIODLE CLASS ♦ A6EHT 0RAN6E RUBBER CITY REBELS . THE FALCONS DuBROW » CITY LIGHTS THEPLIMSOULS-THEPOP GARY MYRICK THE FIGURES THE BOXBOYS 0 Q- O I i_ (D C (D Time Capsule 79 Polish Laborers Revolt Burning Oil Refineries Signal War In Iran N ews R With A Powerful Blast Mount. St. Helens Blew Ash And Dust 10 Miles High Carter Tearfully Departs The Presi- dency As Reagan Succeeds Him To Become The President of the United States of America 80 News Reel Space Shuttle Launched by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Saturn: A New Frontier The Hostages are Cheerfully and Tearfully Welcomed Home After Their Release From Captivity -M m CD CD to Numerous Cubans Immagrate to the U.S. . . . Jack Niclclaus Wins his Fourth U.S. Open . . . Plane Crashes at John Wayne Airport — The First In It ' s History . . . Southern California Fires Darken the States ' Skyline . . . Who Shot J.R.? . . . Steve McQueen Dies of Cancer. News Reel 81 THE PEOPLE 82 The People The People 83 JUNIORS 1 ( 4e s+n no CwO , 0 ood luek u +h c nfl QOTe . See v 84 People JUNIOR COUNCIL President: Denise Villanueva, Vice President: Carrie Coltman, Corresponding Secretary: |ana Sutherland, Recording Secretary: Polly Plumer, Acticity Co- ordinators: Lenise Villanueva, Nicki Theard, and Mike Rose, Publicity: Lynn Ehrensperger and Stacey Dalzell. Ways and Means: Jim Oxnard. JUNIORS JAM!!! She loves you — ya, ya, ya. Flower Power. SIXTIES — my generation. Homecoming " A learning experience! " LIPS R IN — all year round. Pure Cold " Unity. " Thanks to all the DEDICATED JUNIORS that helped us through the year. Mr. Bova, Mrs. Crockett, Mr. Messina, and Mrs. Farrell — Thanks for your support — You ' re FOUR IN A MILLION!!!! LOOK OUT FOR A SUPER SENSATIONAL SENIOR YEAR!!! People 85 JUNIORS Kurt 8k Bourne Douglas Bowen David Bowliz Craig Bowman Warren |ill Karen Cina Boyd Bradshaw Bregman Brigante Tom Carr M m HP ' mH vTmW vBL At c m Thomas Chang David Chant David Chapman Scott Chapman Najat Chehade Jeffrey Chen Todd lesse Cleme nt Cochran rl ¥f n n ■ ' Nancy Coda Patti Codde Vicki Cohen Michelle Scott Brent Dena Carrie Collis Collins Colquit Colten Coltman JUNIORS Greg Claudia Denise Heidi Robin Lynn Brian Shannon Misha Rick Eberhardt Edde Edwards Eddy Egerton Ehrensperger Eliel Erdos Evans Everman Bcx s H K3S C-T B r m -J Blt ' 9 m -- fl ■ - ' H m-M H - - A " W ' f J " p 4 ' H — " ' Todd 88 Evenson Dave Ewles left Ferguson Cindy Fern Yvonne Fernandez Ed Fever Mike Fiscus Jeff Fleck Alex Fong Johnny Aeinz Dan Carolyn Roxanne Terri Laurie Rachel leanne Luis Fong Forster Fox Frank Frostholm Fuimer Fyffe Callas Callion Garcia Stacy Hinderstein Gardner Hoch gg JUNIORS Karen Karpowich Dave Kealoha Randy King Mike Kleinhans Karen Klotz Michael Klotz f tfl 7 -%W W , 1 T] V - 1 Laurie Kettering Baham Khandan Alice Kiang Jeff Kehel ■ 3 e. 1 » ' i Knute 90 Krista Greg Kosmatka T. Kresnicka Melina Kust Todd Lacey Anthony Laciura Caroline Liley Robin M. Stephanie Lin Lindquist Scott Lmdsev Penny Upper Sherry Kevin Long Margulis Malvin Longbreake Jason Luckett Steven Matasbora Warren Luhrs Ghns Marlett Kim Martin Mike Renata Martinez Martinez " mm. S. f M -m i •- f ' ■mmW. il Melissa Beth Mednick Meeder Lise Miller Lisa Miller p] JUNIORS Mike Kelly |im Charlene Liz B. W Honoru George Ortloft Oto Oxnard Pantus Paragone Park Pastushin Patlan Bfl 1 7 ■ --» B 19 ' ■ 7 JB ■St - JE ■B • ' D 1 A ■Mi • k • - " v rifl i lUinVi . v 7- Paul 92 David Paul lim Geoff Pearlman Dianna Pescar Lynne Peterson Kim Pelrovich Maureen Phillips Doug Rick Jennifer Jody Roxanne Eugene Roberts Radical Roberts Robinson Roehr Romero Laura Dennis Sauerwein Savavard Teri Myra Christine Schick Schiphorst Schneider JUNIORS Picture Available Page Stonecipher Sheila Stover Donna Street Robin Sudakovv )ana Sutherlan d IF? Hl fll —mU— r f —Mmm mm m km ■ Mm 1 .. , ' T Pv c C SJZ v Mike Sutton Salme Taagepera Maise Tahery Mehra Chris Ray Ramin Michael Nicolette Diane Tv Anne Troy Tabatabai Talley Taylor Tayyanipourm Terell Theard Thomas Thomas Thompson Thompson Lynda Toth Desiree Todd Pat Tracy Paul Udink Susan Underwood Lisa Varga Mimi Vemt Glenn Verdult Denise Villanueva Lenise Vellanueva Sandy Westersund u$?° Carl Charles Renee White White White Lisa Wilcox Ruth Welker Diane Williams |im Williams Michelle Williams mm Victor Zalivar Zartler Lorl Ziese Tammy Zulauf People 95 SOPHOMORES IPeople SOPHOMORE COUNCIL President: Tom Cenlile, Vice President: Hope Hamashige, Secretary: Stephanie Thompson, Treasurer: Alice Crawford, Activity Co-Ordinators: Karen Hardy, Frank Hemberger, Publicity: Tammy Engel, Chairman at Large: Tom Robbins. As we end of our second year here at University High School, we can look back on a road paved with friendships, happy memories and successes. Our unity and spirit was evident in everything we did and the class of ' 83 became the class to watch. Our next two years will lead us to new friendships and new experiences. We are looking forward to two more fantastic years. With everyones share of enthusiasm we will truly be an unforgetable class!!! The Sophomore Class Council People 97 SOPHOMORES Orrei Donna Steve Mike Michelle Barrasch Barbee Ba ' rsamian Bartlell Beardsley K pQB _ - 1 M H • BBL — ■ fl ■ t- - Lm ■ H ' - ' MM W { vm M. kx + L. m fu Tony Bob Susan Heather Sharon Evie Amy Belanger Bellah Bellistn Bennett Berman Bernstein Bertin Em fc ■ " ■ H N 1 | jy k? J 71 Sheryl 98 Carlson Chris Carranza J ; Debbie Chandler Annie Chang lames Lily Cheatham Chiang ■ ' Linda Dostal Pam Doughman Ben Susan Dover Drake Rick Drennan Karen Drews Luis Gaither Shey Garner Yolanda Maryann Garnica Garver 99 SOPHOMORES Tim Cehnch Cathy Censler Jennifer Glenn Ksana Golod Betsy Rotasha Hawk Haynesworth PH V v 9 F j ' 1 4 - - x ■■ Rp - TfjH til T J5 Dan Leah Hazelwood Head Silja Kennan Robert Kerchner Steve Kesinger Nancy Kiang lay Mike lim E. Michael Dennis INI Helen Maryanne Elan C Kilkeary Kiper Kistinger Kievit Knowles Kone Korenberg Kropp Krueger Kuo Debby Kathy Matthews Maulin PB ■■ 1 $T: ' .12 W ■ t wr r JfKt m : fr Wf : ■ ■ ■ J . ' 1 %• Shigeo Mlzuno lennifer Mocaby Crady Mania Morris Morton SOPHOMORES Louise Mountford Mike Peter Cherie Murphy Nakaguchi Nelson Nelson Baie Michelle Nelzer Newell Thuy Nguyen Trung Nguyen Kelly Uma 102 Ransom Rao Scott Suzanne Tami Kan Lisa Rogers Rogers Ruppin Sagen Sakura Lisa Brian Lon S. Pamela Salerno Sandness Sase Schupak Schwarm Douglas Schwarm Andrew Schwartz Missy Segal Jennifer Sehnal lulie Seleine Michele Senatore C Sence Karyn Sernka Amy Shaftstail Lana Sherman Martin Anthony loy Eve Rob Laurie Stephen Anne-Marie Sheri Shults Sickles Sillesen Silva Singer Simons Simpson Sircello Sloan David Kim Stephen C. David Kiana Stolte Stone Stubberud Sucher Sussman Tabibzadeh Wendy Tacha Homayour Tayyanipour Dave Thompson ■ ■ Krishna Stephanie Thompson Thompson in j SOPHOMORES Jeff Weinstein Tony Wells Shell White Sandra Whitesel Scott Whitman Daniel Kelly lim Widowsky Williams Williamson R9B Bh - B ■ ! B B B H .■-, Hj Hi - - jB 1 ' . ♦ V | 104 People V H »1 People 105 SOPHOMORES 106 People People 10 " FRESHMAN UX I People FRESHMAN COUNCIL President: Julie Anderson, Vice President: Bryn Burton, Secretary: |udy Cole, Treasurer: Lisa Ciranna, Publicity: Jessica Robinson, Activities Coordinator: Mike Kiper Annette Salazar, Spirit: Charmayne Cien, Committees Coordinator: Tobrene Bankhead. When we first arrived at Uni, the whole idea of being in high school was more than bewildering. We were barely settled when things began to happen . . . First the Spirit Assemblies, we showed everyone what the class of 1984 can do! When Spirit Day arrived it was the Roaring 20 ' s, and after all the rushing we did, we had one of the best showings for a new class at University High. The image of the " Typical Freshman " changed with our class because of the over- all unity, and determination to get out there and win!! We are the class of 1984 and we hope to make the next three years as memorable and fun as this first year. The Freshman Class Council People 109 FRESHMAN Kristal Richard Charles Kevyn Lisa Tobrene Babbs Baik Baker Baker Baker Bankhead Randy Cash Ion David Anthony Victor Sarah Richard Cech Chan Chiarilli Chu Chuang Cmeyla P IP PI 171 Fl r " " " B IP! » IK H M wl m IB. B H jL M Fv; ' 11 l " vfl Li Wk jj wL. j ■ " " 1 1 110 |udy Tom Michael |im D Frank Stephanie Suzanne Cole Collins Comia Corbett Cox Cronin Csanyi Danford Susan Cringle Steve Cumple Kim Guzzetta Farah Habib 1-n FRESHMAN David Kim Jesse Lauren Bonnie Hanna Hardeman Hartz Hauk Haugan l l r T H HwW W i C ' ' " K " " JC B H a Ht J H w K xr ' M9 V I m " JH ft ?2 isSpk 1 A ' Lisa Lisa Kevin Melinda Steve Karam Katz Keegan Keenen Kelly l rr H ■ " H ■ " H i B i v- i yft BT fM . ■ flfl X i H K — - fl H 1 f .- A » if M Kelly Sandy King Wendy Beth Fred Nancy Kim Robert Bruce Cindy Rick Hoe Gweon 12 King Kingsley Klein Knowles Keeth Kramer Krehs Kurrle Kust knon David VtaiLmh Langlois Lawrence lung Lee B Michele K. Layten Lebeure Lelvis Mark La Pard Randy Levan HBIP Kim lennifer Shannon Dawn Karan )ohn Lewis Liles Little Lombardo Lotfi Luna m E F - H IT--1 fL££ tm " w • ] H Hp t- | ■ Li i i J m FT- t ' 1 P ' fl -r- - Kay W •i Greg BwhI Danny Brian Joanna Michelle Cidget Lydon Andree Tracy Swammatha Macedo Machnikowski Mahadevan Melame Daniel Kellie Metz Michelson FRESHMAN Darren Tim |ana Susan Mark Mauricio Samaha Sanders Sandow Sanford Sauerwein Schabes Mike Michael Dianne Daniel Schaffner Schlacler Schnider Schuartzman 114 Sigmond Doug Simpson Mike Simpson Brana Kendall Rachel Eric Duane Sudit Sullivan Swafford Swanson Swift £TM loanne Szabo Adam Tachner Norman Thomas I ' M Thompson Andy Thorson Roger Tolosa Alice Trauthein V. Tim Michael Trauthwein VanMecheien Villanueva Linda Audrey Woodmanse e Wu Dan Yilulerich Lisa Yesson Zachary FRESHMAN THE CLUBS 118 The Clubs TheClubs 119 flSB Row 1: Cathy Ciranna (Club Commissioner), Peggy Lucero (Activities Commissioner), Lisa Melfi (Publicity Commissioner), Julie Anderson (Fresh- man President), Tara Owens (Secretary), Chris Cassidy (Fine Arts Commissioner), Marybeth Francke (Pep Commissioner. Row 2: Austin Kim (Vice President), Tom Walling (Athletic Commissioner), Suzy Krueckeberg (President), Michelle Salazar (Treasurer), Denise Villanueva (junior President), Cindie Keegan (School Board Representative), Chris Tunstall (Senior President), Laura Rush (School Board Representative), Tom Gentile (Sopho- more President). Advisor Phil Quon and V.P. Austin Kim listen intently. This year ' s ASB Cabinet was very successful. The sixteen members group started off the year with tra- ditional Homecoming activities centered around the theme of " Time in a Bottle. " The main emphasis of the year was increasing communication throughout the school. This goal was accomplished by publishing a faculty newsletter, meeting with administrators, talking to Teacher Advisory groups and using the school bulletin boards. The cabinet also planned many interesting assemblies including Hard Times, the Air Force jazz Band, and the UCLA Modern Dance Ensemble. The cabinet was greatly assisted by the activities secretary, Denise Beckwith. 120 Clubs Do they ever agree?????!!!!! An extremely serious topic being discussed!!! What a profound statement!!! What ' s the SCAM? Meetings at arrowhead. Frozen undies. " TOUCH ME. " What can we do second quarter? CANS, CANS, CANS. Who ' s late again? Who can get another mercedes? Does anyone have any Business? " Kris Kringles " Cathy " Olderman " Ciranna Julie " What do I need to do? " " Anderson Chris " Multi-Tal- ent " Cassady, Marybeth " Put an X on my back " Francke, Tom " Ladies Man " Gentile, Cindie " Working all time " Keegan, Austin " Magic " Kim Suzy " You do not need to be concerned " Krueckeberg, Tara " Stanford " Owens, Lisa " Pos- ter " Melfi, Laura " Star Reporter " Rush, Michelle " CO " " Salazar, Chris " Can I did up the " Tunstall, Denise " Surfcat " Villanueva, Tom " CC- Man " Walling This can ' t be happening to me . . . yes it can!! Clubs 121 Univine Row I: Jyoti Sarda, Eric Hallman. Row II: Tina Beychok, Linda DeBree, Deirdre Fisher, Margie Troy, Kelley Kelson, Colin Jackson. Row III: Mr Rohwer, Pam Karel, Laura Rush, Bob Marvick, Stuart Lloyd, Steve Hanle, Liz Niermann. Row IV: Nancy Fisher, Lisa deBree. shouldn ' t have to suffer through this garbage — I ' m the editor!!!! 122 Clubs M I can ' t type and smile! Univine advisor, Bob Rohwer and friend!?! Editors Left to Right: Laura Rush, Sports; Stuart Llovd, Special pages; Bob Marvick, Executive editor; Pam Karel, Feature; Liz Niermann, Entertain- ment; Eric Hallman, Photo; Steve Hanle, News Opinion. The Univine — A group of hard working young men and women dedicated toward one aim — PUTTING IT DOWN IN BLACKAND WHITE!!! They pulled their typewriters together real tight, filed their xactos sharpened their pencils and together, like no other Newspaper Staff, made journalism music!! More than anything during the two semesters that snap the 1980-81 school year the UNIVINE clearly expressed the views of the whole student body at. U.H.S. clearly except for a few things that might have been written between the lines!!!! Clubs 123 Girls ' League W u SSS Sl S S Sl Record W T ' ■£ " DOreen Lee ' Vi «-President; Yuko Uchiyama, .espunoing secretary, band, Carr, Recording Secretary; Stephanie Thompson, Treasurer; Kathryn Edde, Publicity. What to you call a group of 26 totally crazy girls who wear the same dress every Monday and act absolutely zany when they ' re together? Girls ' League, of course!!!! Girls ' League is an organization designed to represent all the girls on campus. We are dedicated to bringing all the girls together into a kind of unity and creating a closer bond of warmth and friendship for everyone. In order to do this we have many traditional activities which we do every year. These include: the Meet Eat Picnic, the Homecoming Mum Sale, the Winter Ball, the Valetines day Carnation Sale, Father-daughter and Mother-daughter events, a spring dance and a fashion show. Being in Girls ' League is a privilege and a lot of hard work, but it is well worth it for all the fun and experi- ence you can gain. This years league was one of the BEST ever!!! All of the girls worked long and hard to make our activities successful and the work really paid off!! You guys are FANTASTIC and we love ya!! Best of luck to next years Girls ' League!! Hope you have as great a year as we did!! — The Girls ' League Cabinet of 1980-81 124 Clubs Clowning around at the Meet Eat Picnic You expect ME to sell 40 mums? By myself Anyone for some juicy gossip Representatives: Row I. Maria Yarwood, Soph; Lisa Salerno, Soph.; Rana Mursa shige, Frosh.; Julie Anderson, Frosh. Alt.; Bren Burton Frosh ■ Jan- ice Ford, Sr. Row II: Cathy Kuo, Soph.; Laura Rush, ASB.; Claudia Edde, |r.; Karen Bregmann, Jr. Alt.; Linda Lucostic Sr Alt ■ Margie Tr ' ov Sr Miss- ing: Lynn Ehrensperger, Jr. Clubs 125 APS AFS enables students from 63 different countries to study in other nations. It is committed to promot- ing understanding of dif- ferent cultures and exchanging ideas. Row 1: Barbara Alber, Cretchen Belknap, Eduardo de Souza, Campus, Carsten Schwartz, Ion Luna, Swati Bnan- dori. Row 2: Matt Henderson, Doreen Lee, Laura Rieders, Jyoti Sarda, Molly Kales, Maria Carrenza, Manlys Gar- cia, Laurie Skaer, Knstan Keffe, Pam Doughman, lenni Malone, Hope Barth. Row 3: lennifer Latham, Robin Lumsclame, Lisa Dugen, Leslie Hanna, loan Hanley, Ruth Walker, Chris Cassady, |oe Bahan. International Club The International Club promotes friendship among nationalities and encourages cultural inter- change. People from fif- teen different countries are here to learn and to share our cultures. It is a small world!! Row 1 : Shegeo Mizuno, Tom Chang, foanna |en, Eaustina Chen, Mrs. Lynn Rundel, Mr. Les lohnson (Advisors). Row 2: lames Huang, loanne lensen, Audrey Wu, Lillyana Fernandez, Vickie Lee, Seyna Morales. Row i Byung- woo Park, Johny Fong, Byugiu Park, Hoe Cweon Kwon, Denis Lee, Becky Dyer, Eduardo Souza Campus. 126 Clubs Classical Music The Classical Music Club is a group of classical music lovers. We get together in workshops to socialize and appreciate Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, etc., and we go to concerts and many other places of interest. This year ' s activi- ties included: a trip to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion to see Zubin Mehta and Isaac Stern, a workshop with the New York String Quartet, a trip to the Hol- lywood Bowl, and our own concert. Row 1: Joanna Jen, Merrill Werner, Dawn Weiner, Alice Kiang, Doreen Lee, Makei Okamura, Joy Slclessen, Nancy Kiang. Row 2: Junya Shinozaki, Jennifer Jones, Audrey Wu, Katie Way, Jenni Malone, Tamar Ranon, Lisa Belluzzi, Jeff Volk, Marilys Garcia. Row 3: Jeff Chen, David Huang, Sarah Chuang, Eva Janizsewski, Louisa Michelson, Junghyon Lee, Yooh Mee Choi, Bill Carver, Mr. Bruce Sanford (Advisor), Cathy Park CSF J m Row 1: Vincent Chan, Susan Armentrout, Pam Schwam, Claire Partin, Tara Owens, Amanda Kerchner, Doreen Lee, Jyoti Sarda. Row 2: Silia Kennan, Barbara Alber, Delia Melin, Kathy Ciranna, Teresa Veitia, Tamar Frenkel, Marci Yarwood, Hope Barth, Uma Rao, Jan Hellick, Maki Okamura, Joanna Jen, Alice Kiang, Lori Sase, Renee Rothstein, Michelle Agul. Row 3: Carol Waterman, Sheryl Carlson, Kisik Ro, Lisa Belluzzi, Amy Bertin, Elizabeth Griffith, Suzy Krueckeberg, Lisa Wilcox, Stephanie Thompson, Lisa Melfi, Laren Loomis, Liz Rothman, Chris Cassady, John Owens, Katie Way, Helen Isefuko. Row 4: Camille Ginsburg, Annalie Johansson, Bill Craven, Celine Regalia, Joe Zahaui, Sara Polack, Ena Goyal, Susanna Chan, Shelly Adler, Laura Rush, David Morris, Derek Krueger, Josh Polack, Mark Heap, Steve Hanle. Row 5: Pam Doughman, Baie Netzer, Salme Taagepera, Gary Gibbs, Yong Choi, Sandy Greer, Michael Ono, Jeff Chen, Kevin Baldwin, David Huang, Johann Lin The California Scholar- ship Federation is a club composed of students that exceed in academic excel- lence. The Life members (Seal Bearers) are qualified for special C.S.F. scholar- ships at various colleges and universities. Through- out the United States, ranging from $250 to $5000 in value. In addition to their studies, members enjoy an annual C.S.F. night at Disneyland and other cultural events dur- ing the school year. Clubs 127 The Speech and Debate Team provides students with the opportunity to develop and improve their speaking and debating skills in league, invita- tional, and service club competitions. The team attends approximately 25 competitions a year both in California and through- out the nation. Novice and varsity speakers also work to achieve membership in the National Forensic League, a national honor society. This year ' s team looks forward to attending the state finals at USC and the national finals in Utah. Speech Debate ®$ % Row 1: Mrs. lackie Reedy (Advisor), Erainia Sherman, Nusa Maal, Peggy Lucero, Alice Crawford, Renee Roth- stein. Row 2: Nate Pearson, |ohn Dunn, Lisa Melfi, Michelle Agul. Academic Decathalon Mrs. Carole lackson (Advisor), Tom Stevens, Chris Ransom, Lisa Belluzzi, Chris Cassady, Shelly Adler, Ka ri Creenberger, Derek Krueger, Mrs. Jackie Reedy (Advisor). Row 2: Ken Kistenger, David Widawsky, Matt Moore. The Academic Decath- lon is a contest of aca- demic strength which Orange County high school students compete in annually. Our team con- sists of two A students, two B students, and two C students who face a bat- tery of tests in ten aca- demic areas: English, Mathematics, Social Sci- ence, Science, Fine Arts, Career Education, Speech Interview, Essay, and Super Quiz. 128 Clubs JCL Toga . . . Toga . . . Toga!! No, it ' s not Animal House, but it ' s a unique club cam- pus — )CL! The Junior Classical League is an organization offering Latin students the opportunity to get together and have a great time . . . the Roman way! The year begins with a supernatural initiation for the plebes, (n ew mem- bers). Other major activi- ties during the year are the Dies Stultorum, a wacky Roman day for all the JCL chapters throughout Southern California and the annual state JCL Con- vention where students don their togas for a wild weekend-complete with: an Olympics, chariot races, academic competi- tions, and a Roman ban- quet. Many other exciting activities make JCL an experience! Row 1: Michael Chu, Scott Carver, lames Huang, Robert Ok, Manadevan Swaminatha, lulie Weinstein, Bryn Burton, Wendy Doetkott, Lisa Belluzzi, Elizabeth Griffith. Row 2: Ramln Tayyanipour, Laura Rieders, Doreen Lee, loan Hanley, lennifer Goldberg, Yoon Mee Choi, Mr. Les lohnson (Advisor). Row 3: Greg Nylen, Jeff Miller, Chris Marx, |ay Kilkeary, Kisik Ro, Darlene Perez, Helen Isefuko, Sara Polack. dr. Exchange The Junior Exchange Club a student division of the Men ' s Irvine Exchange, is a conglomerate of active students willing to volun- teer their services. Most of the club ' s annual activities are a tradition, which we are proud of. We help the Irvine Exchange Club with their community service projects such as: the Irvine " Search for Talent " con- test, senior athlete award banquet, the Harvest Festi- val, the University High School Carnival, and our biggest pride, the Red Cross Blood Drive. This year, we are aiming for the biggest blood bank yet!!!! Mr. Lance Otis and Mr. Richard Hansen are our advisors. Alice Crawford, Baie Netzer, Brenda Soltz, Paul Guy, Cathy Kuo, Regma O ' Brien. Clubs 129 The Science Club is an organization dedicated to helping students under- stand science. This is accomplished by partici- pating in science related activities, such as field trips, guest lecturers and various experiments. Science Club - i . -. -.»• - C-- Front row: Nusa Maal, loan Hanley, Ina Goyal, lenny lones, Jeff Chen, Elizabeth Griffith, Nguyen Minh Trung, Laura Reiders. Second row: David Oschacoph, Alice Kiang, Joanna )en. Third row: Rick Pendelton, Mark Harold, Lisa Belluzzi, Yoon-Me Choi, Name unknown, ]eff Sohrt, Andie Carver, Karen Karpowich, Kiski Ro, Name unknown, Orie Barash, Cohan Lin, Jeff Avella, |unye Shinozaki, David Huang, Maki Okumura, Mr. Bob Ferazzi, (Advisor). Computer Club TRS — 80, APPLE,HUNT PECK, POKE 12881, DATA BASE, ]OB$,SIGMA — 7 SUNDAY 6:30 PM,FOR 1 — 1 TO 1000, ID ,SRA , FLOUR, FAIR, M ODEMS WED. LUNCH, P ASCAL,COBOL,$MONEY ,YOUGOTTA DO IT YOURSELF, SANTA ANA |.C.,XDBGET(B + $, " IO + )S; " ,M7,S( ), " NAME: " ,I$ Front row: Tom Stevens, Chris Ransom, Laura Rieders, Vincent Chan, Greg Nylen, |eff Chen, Micheal Chu, David Huang. Second row: Tom Kresnicka, Scott Snyder, Jeff Avella. Third row: Gavin Scott, Steve Boulanger, Todd Cook, Kevin Keegin, |osh Polack, Tom Williamson, lohann Lin, Andie Carver. Fourth row: Adam Finkel- stein, )oe Zahavi, Victor Burnes, Alex Fong, Paul Woodmansed, Richard Lambakis, Jeff Short, Eric Pope, lunya Shinozaki. I 30 S.E.fl. This club consists of a group of students who all share a common concern and interest in the environment. They are interested in broad- ening their own awareness of environmental issues and in increasing the general con- sciousness of the earth as a finite and closed ecosystem here on the University High School campus. Their first big commitment was to organize and maintain our school ' s first recycling effort; they run an on-going program to recy- cle all the bond paper thrown away by students and administrators each day. They also believe in having fun and getting outdoors and have gone on walks in the Newport Back Bay, the San )oaquin fresh water marsh, have gone on a whale-watch- ing trip, and gone cross- country skiing. Students for Environmental Action: Shelley Anderson, Suzanne Bolding, Libby Sillesen, Karen Loomis, Karen Karpowich, lennifer (ones, Ena Coyal, Alex Burgnon, Jim Cheathan, FBia Future Business Leaders of America is a national organi- zation whose goals are to help students gain confi- dence in themselves and to help them make the success- ful transition from the class- room to the business world. FBLA members are also provided with the opportu- nity to compete in business skills at the Section, State and National FBLA levels. In past years, University FBLA has been a sweepstakes finalist at both Section and State Com- petitions. FBLA: Paul Udink, Lynne Peterson, Doreen Lee, Lisa Salernio, Carol, Rolasha Haynesworth, Pam Doughman. Row two: Frances Marin, |enni Malone, Kari Sagen, Amy Bertin. Row three: Chris Ogle, Jennifer Roberts, Tami Ogle, Katie Way, Michelle Agul, Cheryl Carlson, Suzanne Whitman, Swati Bhadhari, lyoti Sarda, Karen Carr, lackie Holmes, Libby Sillesen, Sayna Morales, Lani Yamafuji. Row four: Vicki Alexander, Cindie Kee- gan, Linda Deboer, Yuko Uchiyama, Steve Boulanger, Sarah Chuang, Sandy Greer, Shell White. Clubs 131 € several exciting outings this year. We had a blast in v .. ; - - : . ... - -. e; on Lido 14 ' s in Newport i-z - r: : - : _ -::e A e - iz i •■■ ; : ' —■= - " - . . e -e : : • " f " : ' ' ••• = - : : i z -ev .r= " Sailing • •: : .■-■• The Beach Volleyball Club was a brand new- club this year. This club consists of beginning as well as experienced play- ers. We played mainly on the weekends at Wood- bridge and on hot da. - played down at the beach. Beach Volleyball Surf Club The Surf Club is one of the most active clubs at Uni. This year the club was involved in the Catalina Surf League and finished 2nd place overall. Many people competed in league finals with Alan Flores going on to State finals finishing 5th place in California. All members of the Surf Club enjoy the natural beauty of the ocean and being in close touch with nature. Surfing is the only sport that leaves no trace of man ' s presence after one ' s fin- ished riding the waves. Aloha! Front row: Tate Berg, Jim Parker, Dave Perry, Peter Calusen, Bruce Reyner, lohn Calusen, Alan Flores Second row: Loren Pochirowski, Scott Keller, Billy Miller, Tim Clark, Debbie Simmons, Eric Stegman, Greg Spindle Mike Mednick, Matt Abe, Rene Remlinger, Don Reigrod. ■ ■ «- • 1)4 Clubs Windsurfers The Windsurfing Club is a new club on campus this year and has met with great success. Because windsurfing is a relatively young sport, the club has introduced many people to a brand new experi- ence. Lessons and outings in Newport Bay, a tour through a custom wind- surfing shop, a demonstra- tion on Senior Lawn and many excursions with a local windsurfing fleet are a few of the activities the club undertook this year. Front row: Lisa Catz, atahe Brasso, Mary Bauman, Karen Drews Second row: Cathy Ciranna, Michelle Col- lingham, Bryn Burton, Steye Kelly, Tom Bauman. Third row: Mrs. Carole lackson, (Advisor), Cathy Park, Deirdra Fisher, Saill White, Laun Sacket, Anne Coleman, Sheryl Carlson, Lisa Melfi. A peaceful windsurfer in Newport Bay Clubs 135 Water Ski . N Water Ski Club: ]ill Hufford, Cathi Gardner, Debbie Craeber, Cretchen Belknap, Robin Egerton, Sharon Cowels Row 2 Pattv Keer. Bob Keilin, Cathie Haskins, Diana Poeston, Lynda Toth, Calhy Ciranna, Yuko Uchiyama, Drew Haughlon, Scott Lmdsey. Row 3 Leslie Talley, Lelaine Lau, Julie Seleine, MaryBeth Franke, Janet Seleine Row 4 Mr Lance Otis, Karen Bregman, Tony Herncane. left olk. Tom Cerhnck, Colette O ' Brien, Greg Delmari, Penny Lipper, Jennifer Roberts, Jason Lucket, Jovanna Guess, Anne Coleman, George Stocks Row 5 Kevin Hill Row 6 John Goehle. Paula Rolstad, Karen Drews.Shen Ogle, Kai Kaiser, Kris Spies, Tami Hale, Mark Comings, Jeff Hufford, Suzanne Speros, Lisa Forney, Chris Marx, Gerry German, Eric Hilgeman, Chris Ogle, Chris Quigley, Jeff Cambell, Jim Parker The University High School Water Ski Club has been active since 1970, with over 600 students participating in the various club activities over the years. Each year the water ski club has an increasing membership and this year was no exception. These students not only water ski but also camp on their trips. They just love the outdoors. They claim the change of environment does them good As in the years before, the club takes one big trip per year. This year, club mem- bers spent a full week camping and water skiing at San Antonio Lake during the spring vacation. Besides their big trip, they take weekend trips to various parts of Southern California. 136 Clubs Ski Club U.H.S. ' s popular ski club poses tor a picture in between trips. The idea ot the ski club is to ski t he best mountains at the best prices the can The sknna the do is a lot differ- ent than the skiing people do m California The ski beautitul area- that are world famous plus the tr to set up their trips to places where the skiers won ' t na e to wait in 45 minute hit lines. The trips take students out ot Ca that ha e never been out of the state. Sot onl do the e penence a change ot environment but the also see another wa of hie The _grow and mature more on a " da trip than the sould at home in a ear In the past ears the have skied in Oregon at Sit Bach- elor, m Idaho at Bogus Basin m oming at lackson Hole m Colorado at Snow Slass. Aspen Cre-ted Butte and Purgators as well as in resorts in Ctah and California This ear the leel the ha e lin ed up two of their greatest skiing experiences at lackson Hole. oming and at ail, Colorado. The ski club ha- grow n o er the ears e en though prices ha e spiraled upward. The still feel the trips are the cheapest wa tor skiers to ski the BIG ONES 7 crazy girls pose fora picture while taking in the view at Jackson Hole. Kris Spies on the slopes of lackson. Colin lackson going for it on the Advisor Maria BaKer having a great bunny slope. time. Clubs 137 y PINE 8RTS 138 Fine Arts Drama Row 1: Men Finley Kathy Perry, Claire Partin, Lisa Wilcox, Carrie Howes, Evan Ramer, Suzy Krueckeberg, Linda Miller. Row 2: Rick Pendleton, Mike Towne, Amyo Shaffstall, Peter Ridgeway, Nusa Maal. Row 3: Eve Silva, Alan Rosenbaum, Reva Berlin, lason lohnson, |ill Hufford, Ayn loujon-Roche, Marcelle Bolding, lyoti Sarda, N.P. Jeff Sudakow, Liz Rothman, Chris Cassady. Dear Thespians: I hope you ' ll remember this year, and everything we ' ve worked for with pride, laughter and love. I hope you ' ll remember all our achievements — The Talent Show, Initia- tion and the Spaghetti Factory, the Saloon Dance for Spirit Day, Singing Telegrams, the dancing Buffum ' s elves, donuts every Mon- day and Wednesday, the Melodrama, and State Competition. I hope you ' ll remember the dreams we started out with, and the prog- ress we made towards making those dreams came true. I hope that this year has set tradi- tions to be carried out in the coming years as Troupe 3219 grows in importance. I also hope that you ' ve found something to enrich your lives . . . and never forget the arts! I love you all, Meri Finley (President) Fine Arts 139 Mime The second annual U.H.S. Mime Troop, under the direction of Steve Ehrensperger, had its greatest year ever. These 12 members entertained at Homecoming, assemblies, and at the year end public performance, " An Evening of Mime. " Next year ' s mime troop will be better than ever with many per- formers returning to dazzle the audiences of Irvine. Row 1: Lisa Wilcox, Lance Yarwood, Nusa Maal. Row 2: Marcelle Bolding, lason Johnson, Rick Pendleton, Mike Towne, Linda Miller. N.p.: Kathy Perry, Randy King. 140 Fine Arts Guitar The main goal of the University Guitar Ensem- ble is to provide rehearsal and performance condi- tions for the guitarist which parallel those offered to other instru- mentalists. They play a variety of works especially arranged or composed for them, as well as arrange- ments from other instru- mental ensembles. The ensemble performs widely. Last year at the Crossmont Guitar Festival they were recognized as the outstanding perform- ing group by internation- ally known composer, |ohn Duarte. The ensem- ble also made a full length studio recording. These achievements have led Uni ' s Guitar Department to be one of the top 5 pro- grams in the United States. Rowl: Bill Ogle, Kim Wlnslow, |an Hellick.Mr. Eric Futterer (Advisor). Row 2: |ohn Luna, Kurt Nishimura, Yuko Ochiyama, Michelle Williams, left Eggert. Row 3: Shell White, Brian Eliel, Mark Stele, Darlene Perez. Row 4: Suzie Zuehls, Brent Cordon. N.p.: |ason Luckette. Fine Arts 141 Stage Band The stage band is the jazz outlet of the music department. Consisting of 25 students, this group performs at school con- certs, basketball games, and the music festival. Row 1: Scotti Roach, Jeff Weinstein, Chris Watson, Kevin Baldwin, David Hosford, leff Okuda. Row 2: Kathy Prewett, Kim Winslow, Bill Ogle, Sharon Berman Row 3: |oe Soto, John Weistein, Randy Wallen, Phil Layton, Mark Badin, Jerry Hiller, Jim Peterson. Concert Band Row 1 : Eddje Leach, Alisa Truman, Deidre Fisher, lenny Maher, Sara Pollack, Cretchen Belknap Bill Craven Jeff BenefieL Row 2: Scotti Roach, Laura Reiders, Karen Baldwin, Krista Churchill, Camille Cmsburg Amy Bro- naugh Sarah Stephens, Betsy Hawk, Lisa Katz. Row 3: Jeff Okuda, Jeff Weinstein, Louisa Michelson Alan Kosenbaum, Boyd Steer, Helen Isefuko, Chris Talley, Laurie Simon. Row 4: David Hosford Kevin Baldwin tmily Bush, Timur Red|aian, Dan Schwartzman, Paul Nilsen Row 5: Larry Granger Bruce Weinberger Adam Tachner, Jon Weinstein, Phil Layton, Joe Soto, Warren Boyd, Randy Wallen, Jim Peterson, Mark Badi n Andy Quinn Melina Kust Row 6: Eric Jones, David Paul, jerry Hiller, Hank Huntley, Tim Johns, Cordon Culp Mona Reed, David Brandli. The concert band is a musical organization of students who perform major works of the con- cert band repertoire. Besides giving a number of school concerts, they participate in music festi- vals, and at district com- bined concerts. Orchestra This talented group of 50 musicians perform well-known works by prominent composers. They have been involved in several concerts, per- form at music festivals, and are the accompanying orchestra for the school musical. Row 1: Greg Nylen, Tamar Ranon, Mike Sutton, Bridget Rieschel, Krista Churchill, Lauri Sacket, Eva laniswski, Cathy Park Row 2: Richard Bulck, Steve Deputy, leanne DeQuette, Allsa Truman, Lisa Belluzzl, Mary Lou Wood, Karen Baldwin, Yoon Mee Choi. Row 3: Victor Chu, Karen Drews. Row 4: Alan Rosenbaum, Kevin Bald- win, |eff Volk, Eric Jones, Warren Boyd, Tim Johns, Emily Bush, Steve Brandli, Louisa Michelson, Eddie Leach, Scotti Roach. Fine Arts 143 Madrigals The Concert Choir of University High School participated in the major choral concerts: Fall, Holi- day, and Spring; they were responsible for fund rais- ers, assemblies, and the So. Calif. Vocal Assn. Cho- ral Festival. Many of these singers also contributed their talents on stage or back stage for the Spring Musical " West Side Story. " ' Concert Choir: Row 1: Ben West, Ray Evan, Desiree Todd, Misha Evans, Kristan Keefe, Eric Leviton. Row 2: Linda Miller, Nisao Tamura, Lisa Baker, Sandra Whitesel, Kathy Indusil, Sherry Long, Lisa Belknap, Robin Combs, Paula D ' ltri, Kelly Ransom, )eni Maher, Page Stonecipher, joy Sillesen. Row 3: Suzanne Whiteman, Jason Johnson, Mer i Finley, Bob Renaud, Teri Schick, Ed Stewart, Lisa Gardner, Phil Cold, Carrie Howes, Jeff Sudakow, Becky Snodgrass, Walter Cebalies, Valerie Stens, |udy Citarelli. Concert Choir The UHS Madrigal Sing- ers is a select group of 16 singers chosen by audition for the quality of their musicianship. This year ' s Madrigals performed in the three major concerts: Fall, Holiday and Spring; they also participated in the park Newport Carol Fest, Saddleback College Chamber Singers festival and the So. California Vocal Assn. Choral Festi- val. Most of the members were also in the cast of " West Side Story. " Madrigal Singers: Kristan Keefe, Meri Finley, Laura Mills, Kelly Ransom, Suzanne Whitman, Page Stonecipher, Linda Miller, Paula D ' ltri, Robin Combs, Sandra Whitesem, )eni Maher. Row 2: Ed Stewart, jason Johnson, Bob Renaud, Walter Ceballos, Ray Evans 144 Fine Arts Barbershoppe Quartets Mens ' Barbershoppe Quartet: leff Sudakow, Evan Ramer, Bob Renaud, Phil Cold Mens ' and Womens ' Barbershoppe Quartets: These newly organized groups, after an absence of two years, delighted audiences in concert per- formances in the commu- nity with their old fash- ioned harmonies. These groups met outside class time to perfect their skills in singing 4-part harmony. Womens ' Barbershoppe Quartet: Ten Schick, Lisa Gardner, Suzanne Whitman, Laura Mills. Fine Arts 145 146 147 THE SPIRITED r ». m m unitrer 148 The Spirited The Spirited 149 PEP SQUAD 80-81 1980-81 Pep Squad: Mindy Miller, Tara Owens, Kann Cullen, Cathy Censler, Marybelh Franke, Leslie Talley, Michelle Callison, Margie Troy, Sherry Ogle, Sue Bellistri, Karol Baker, Carrie Coltman, Chris Nilsen, Susan Sutter, Pattie Sleight. V Hey You Guys! hey, hey, HEY. Who shakes the Most? USA — There ' s Nothing Like It-Munch out city-spirit stick MEGA superiors WHIP IT (and there ' s no discussion) Camera Happy Hams, " Wait the wind is blowing. " White Night-True True Blue " on 3, " Everybody get down-Oo, Oo, Ah, Ah-Kick the cate and stomp it dead, People mag . . FAME mandatory but extra, cake fight, Ponytails forever, luv ya, UNI Congrats Mrs. Sorey. Porta-pot pattee X-C twins frat scammer briefs? mega tea my spaz jaw gutsy woman 1st to crash loses smile 1, 3, 4 this is tun queeny of the lagoon De-STROY! (Dictators Rule) 1S0 Spirited Ife. Flagtwirlers Susan Sutter Carrie Coltman Teri Schick Pattie Sleight Chris Nilsen Leslie Talley Frosh-Soph Cathy Gensler Sue Bellistri Karin Cullen Sherry Ogle Songleaders Marybeth Franke Karol Baker Margie Troy Michelle Callison Mindy Miller Tara Owens Spirited 151 UNIVERSITY TROJAN M 152 Spirited HIGH SCHOOL ACHING BAND r Spirited 153 TALL FLAG AND MARCHING BANC t- » : ' 4|il Tall Flag and Banner Squad: Katie Way, Carol Waterman, Sheryl Carlson, Lucinda Woolen, Suzanne Whitman, Leslie Hanna, Karen. Row two: Donn; Wendy Sacket, Am-Lauri Sacket, Cassy Tiber, Cassy Tolbert, Gwynnae Byrd, Pam Doughman, Kim, Kim Baker. Tall Flag and Band is an extremely talented and highly dedicated group of individuals. They practice diligently in the early hours of the morning in order to achieve success in competitions. They won the Overall Sweepstakes and the Music Sweepstakes at Buena Park, took second place in the Tustin Tiller Days Parade and also competed in the Chino and Riverside parades. This is a hard working group that the school should be proud of. »4 Spirited B ' Twaw i XA m-irm Spirited 155 E SPORTS 158 Sports Var ity ' Intere t Dedication Rebuilt Offensive team ready begin play. Mitchell cheers after score on Tustin. Coaches: Ruiz, Moody, Salerno, Mullen, Curtis, Calles, Thompson. Row 1 : Ron Ratchff, Drew Houton, Scott Goodwin, Mike Rose, Craig Hunter, Victor Zaldivar, Gary lannuzzi, Mike Ortloff, Carl Watkins. Row 2: Tony Lachura, Adam Venit, Jeff Frel, Mike Miller, Randy Gass, Justin Smith, Mike Fiscus, Steve Matsubara, Brad Hier, Mike Shayce, Joe Yovin, Randy Myers. Row 3: Tim Exley, Steve Cech, Sean McLaughlin, Scot Hatake, Tom Balding, Jamie Weston, Randy Scott, Jeff Stein, Eric Hedayat, Robert Hobart, Stewart Coss. Row 4: Richie Sorensen, Dave Anderson, Larry Commerford, Rick Hill, Ralph Layton, David Neff, Cliff Baum, Robert Mitchell, Scott Buccola, Karston Schwartz, Jeff Miller, Andrew Borda, Lewis Garcia, Chris Marble. Row 5: Mike Sessum, Craig Rouse, Darryl Monroe, Rene Remlinger, Brad Guess, Scott Smith, Rick Morrisor Todd Lansing, Dennis Lee, Bob Marvik Dan Gense, Ken Weisbrod, Bill Tosheff. Sports 159 X — Liw K v ' Offensive team lines up against Bill Tosheff ignores attempted block. Team on line against Tillers. Offensive player protecting Bill Tosheff from opponent. 160 Sports ustin Tiller line. Tim Exley gains yardage against the Norwalk Lancers. Strong tackle by defense. Rene Rimliger kicks off for Uni. Running for break in defense. Coach Salerno giving advice. Sports 161 Effort by Team lmpre e Coache The sophomore coaching staff, coaches Roche, Peter, and Bova, would like to thank this years sophomore football squad for their hard- work, dedication, and per- severance under difficult cir- cumstances. The opening of Woodbridge cut the proes- pect of an excellent season. Day in and day out, collec- tively this squad was the hardest working group I have ever been associated with in 17 years of coaching. Thanks and keep up the good work. Coach Roche VV A . A t Vi Uif ' $;. " £ vjy H Soph Row 1: Bob Stewart, Chris Carranza, )ohn Pierano, Grady Morns, Eric Wright, |ett Okuda, Larry Peckham. Row 2: Steve Barsamian, Gary Call, )eff Morris, |ohn Baldikowski, Steve Kessinger, lerry Stevens, Frank Hemberger, Paul Otis. Row 3: Steve Paige, Steve Granger, Jim Williamson, Loren Parker, Eugene Moir, Steve Hobart, Charlie Hults, Greg Spindle, |ohn Luhrs, Charles Davern. Grady Morris carries ball. Larry Peckham makes handoff to Morris. |ohn Herano dodges defensive men. Coaches Roche, Peters, Bova 162 Sports Steve Hobart makes tackle with help. Team discusses next play. Kern puts up good fight. Trojan offense in action. Fre hmen Learn Talent lr kill Row 1: Jason Gentile, Norman Thomas, Bruce Brown, Mike Zaldivar, Cao Lam, Brandon O ' Brlan, Cordon Kim, |im Singer, Lance Faile, Barry Brittingham, Steven Boyd, Darin Cox, Will Watson, Jessie Hartz. Row 2: Jim Cork- ett, Kevin laffe, Mike Simpson, David Carr, Mark Kern, Mike Boom, Pat Brown, Scott Asplund, Brian Layton, Brian Plumer, Charles Lamb, Eric Swanson, Darin Samaha, Jon Cech, Eric Craves. Strong grip on ball Sports 163 164 Sports Vor ity UUoterpolo- 3rd in C.I.F. Row 1: Payam Chiami, Steve Brown, Keith McCoy, Scott Washburn, Steve Hanle, Craig Willis. Row 2: Mike Herman, Karl Repins, Bill McClymonds, Jeff Campbell, Jeff Miller, |on Pendleton, Coach Chuck Morris. Not Pictured: |ohn Barrett. -.••».- Goalie )on Pendleton saves shot. Craig Willis preparing to pass the ball. The 1980 season caps the Uni water polo dynasty which has seen the Trojan rated as one of the three most successful programs in the United States. In winning the Sea View League this year Uni has set an unprece- dented record of 7 league championships in 8 years. Completely dominating the Sea View League the Tro- jans averaged 15 points a game while holding their opponents to 5 points. In two years this team has achieved the impossible. As a Frosh-soph team they were 3rd in league. Last year they won the Sea View League and finished 4th in 4A CIF. This year we are rated 3rd in 4A CIF and 4th in the United States. The unparalleled success of the water polo program has been built on mutual faith. The knowledge that the coach and players believe in and will support each other 100%. This feeling must pre- vail for any program to achieve the lofty goals which the water polo team has attained. Coach Chuck Morris. Jeff Campbell taking a shot. Karl Repins playing good defense. -; . at c . John Barrett looking for an ope ning. Sports 165 Jeff Campbell: Co-MVP Sea View League, 1st team 4A CIF, 1st team All American Craig Willis: Honorable Men- tion Sea View League Jeff Campbell takes a shot off the line Steve Hanle: Co-MVP Sea View League, 1st team 4A CIF, 2nd team All American Keith McCoy: Honorable men- tion Sea View League Bill McClymonds plays good defense. Karl Repins: 2nd team Sea View League, 2nd team Sea View League, 2nd team 4A CIF, 5th team All American The Varsity team having some underwater fun. jon Pendleton: 2nd team Sea View League, Honorable men- tion 4A CIF Bill McClymonds: 1st team Sea View League, 2nd team 4A CIF, 4th game team All American 166 Players rest during a break in the game. John Barrett: Honorable men- tion Sea View League Coach Morris gives some advise to his players. 1 bet you say that to everyone. " Jon Pendleton making terrific save. Sports 167 J.V Polo Gain Experience For Future. ? 5 i - . Stan Abe giving some advice to the team Uni player taking a shot on goal. w r-. :-A -- Uni player preparing to take a shot Steve Schupak throwing the ball to one of his team mates. 5 £ © f . • • f p J Steve Schupak handles the ball The junior varsity team finished 3rd in the Sea View League. Outstanding improvement and team work was the key to this teams ' success. Fine water polo playing was displayed by: Mike Herman, Geoff Miller, Steve Brown, Henery Perez, and Adam Finkelstein. 168 Sports Row 1: L TO R: T.J. Prendergast, Eric Oliver, Dave Wamsley, Doug Schwarm, Steve Schupak, Rob Kerschner, Mike Bartlett, Brian Waters, Ethan Hedayat, Tim Cerhich, Dave Colwick, Kelly Wasbourne. Row 2: L TO R Rick Rodrick, Mike Schlatter, Mark Hanna, Brian McColl, Erik Nelson, Henery Perez, Scott Carver, Adam Finklestien, )ohn Luna, Ken Sullivan, Jenny Liles, Dave Langlos, Maurico Schabes, Jeff Price. Lead by Experienced Rlumnu The team gathers around during a break for some sound advice from Coach Stan Abe. The Fjosh-soph team finished third in league. The team improved tremen- dously this season. Many sophomores were playing Varsity which enabled new players the opportunity to play. The Uni Frosh-soph team traveled to San Luis Abispo and finished fourth in a Varsity tournament. The team was lead by Steve Schupak, Mike Bartlett, Doug Schwarm, David Colwick, Tim Cehrich, and Scott and Kelly Washbourne. ' £ Good defensive playing by University. A Uni player trying to swim out of reach of his defender. A good save by goalie Steve Schupak. A University player keeps the ball away from his defender. Sports 169 Cro Country Lead by Talented Individual f " ' V ! ' ' $« Front row: David Creenberger, Jeff Kuhel, Stuart Lloyd, John Owens, Dan Jack, Tom Walling, Brad Meyer. Back row: Gary Gibbs, Brian Nelson, Phil Moores, Steve Emery, Steve Deeks, lames Rogers, Scott Emery, Coach Bob Messina. Stuart pushes for league. Varsity ranked no. 1 in CIF for a good part of the year. The boys ' varsity team tied for the Sea View League championship. By far, they dominated league in cross-country for the entire CIF section. lohn runs with good pace. Sports 171 J.V. Dominate Sea View League k: H Brad takes the lead. Stewart holds a steady pace. Running for the finish. H ft M t The J.V. team won all five invita- tionals that they attended, and were led throughout the year by many out- standing individuals. The only loss that J.V. experienced was due to ill- ness. .► .- ; . ..tif. - - • Junior Varsity, Row 1 : Doug Roberts, Kisik Ro, Deenesh Sohoni, Jeff Baker, Archie Deeks, Marc Armentrout, Colin Jackson, Brian Aros. Row 2: Todd Homer, Keen Zenk, Steve Myrick, Jim Woodle, Jon Shelton, Pete Ridgeway, Dan Translavira, Mark Heap. Jeff sets good pace. Phil gets a second wind. 172 Sports Fro h foph how Improvement Brad pushes for lead. Varsity runners Myer and Emery in the head of the pack. !• i;-.ji . ' ' if A Sophomores, despite the losses to Woodbridge began to jell near the mid- season. They are led by the big trio of David Green- beger, Marty Shults, and Chris Quigley. They are still in line for Sea View | League championship as well. Stewart runs with ease. Uni. tries to push ahead Front row: Roger Tolosa, Alex Arden, Tom Ely, Matt Henderson, Richard Raick, Greg Dawson, Ravi Sohoni. Middle row: Mahad Swaminath, Pat Park, Scott Delman, Karen Lotfi, |ohn Could, Arellano, Mike Kiper, Bruce Krebs, Charles Herald, Bill Michell, Third row: Darrin Rogers, Keith Boyd, Charle Bako, Jon Kaston, |ohn Benrud, Mark Sweenein, their division Mike Schaffner. The freshman team was a very important group from the start of the sea- son. This big group of guys shows a lot of promise for the future. They were the Orange County champs in 174 Basketball All The Way To C.I.F. Colin Kate passes the Ball A Uni player shoots a free throw. Uni player setting up a play. Uni player finds an opening. Trojan player passing the ball. Shooting a free throw. Uni player up for a rebound. Kate passes to another player. Basketball 175 University ' Varsitv Basket- ball Team mav have been the best in the school ' s historv Despite losing three games b one point including a 5 overtime game, the team fin- ished u ith a 14-12 ret on Led bv all-leaguers Tim Mi Laughlin and Brad Guess, the team tmished third in league and entered CIF pla otls for the first time in eleven years. b k kctbd Mi Laughhn shooting a free throw Rand Vlyers w ith a good move CD II oil DO- ; c c °- O 13 Basketball 177 Coach Rick Curtis, Rich Sorenson, Mark Asplund, Chris Marlett, Sieve Matabura, Darrell Monroe, Tam Eilerls, )oel Pierce, Eric Blake, |eff Miller, Anthony Lucera, Greg Spain. The JV basketball team struggled through the recent season, however, several players showed excellent signs of improvement. Lack of playing experience was the key ingredient missing in this year ' s |V team, which lead to several heartbreak losses. The team concept was stressed and the progression from a group of individuals to a team unit became evident near the end of the year. University Fighting for the Ball. 178 Basketball Row 1 : Andrew Quinn, Jon Kasten, Steve Golan, Chris Marek, Norm Stolzoff, Jim Singer. Row 2: Paul Arellano, Graham Everett, Bret Ryon, Pat Brown, Matt Henderson, Jesse Hartz, Coach Doug Sorey. Not Pictured: Jason Gentile, Phil Gold. The 1980-81 Freshmen Basketball Team finished a strong third in Sea View League competi- tion. Coach Doug Sorey stressed team play, with heavy emphasis on Fun- damentals to prepare the young men for Varsity participation. Trojan player fighting for the ball. VHS players jump for the ball. Basketball 179 180 Sports Team ha trouble matching pa t talent f, J u Varsity, Row 1: Corden Culp, Brent Hill. Row 2: Eduardo Campos, Paul Letourneau, Timar Redpan, Kwan Son, Darin Samaha, Scott Buccola. Row 3: Steve Balding, Mike Terrell, Ceile Sherman, Mark Cockery, Kevin Ayala, Brett Adair, Dirk Krause, and Coach Mike Bova. $ Player turns to bal Shoulder trapping by Stuburud. Uni. ficks ball away to gain possession. Sports 181 J.V. - experience gained for next year junior Varsity, Row 1: Paul Rianda. Row 2: John Peirano, Tom Chang, Darryl Willis, Craig Brown, Paul Milovich. Row 3: Steve Canto, Mike Kievit, Doug Bowen, Tom Balding, Elan Krenger, Coach Mike Bova. ? L Player traps ball. Dribbling ball away from goal mouth 182 Sports Uni defending goal from shot. Row 1: Coach Alan Wetzle, Mike Kipper, Charlie Baker, Mike Villanueva, Will Watson, Eric Hilgeman, Peter Nacaguchi. Row 2: Steve Wegner, Randy Cash, Brendon O ' Brien, Rodger Tolsa, Eric Oliver, Steve Deputy 184 Sports UJre tler trive to ucceed in league Coach Creenburg referees Wrestler attempts to gain control Top Row 6: Charlie Lamb, Steve Hobart, John Luhrs, Dave Siegfried, Mitch Mitchell Row 5: Rob Hobart, lohn Baldakowski, Barry Brlttlngham, Holts, Scott Asplund, left Stein. Row 4: Jerry Stevens, Gary Lall, Jerry Hiller, Loren Parker, Jo Ha Fawcet, Alan Watkms. Row 3: left Okuda, Mike Boyd, Bob Stewart, Jim Williamson, Steve Barsa- mian, Tom Quinlan. Row 2: Steve Paige, Bill Lyn, Phil Head, Howard Kimm, Joey Horamen, Chris Curraza, Gorden Kim. Row 1: Mike Zaldivar, Ravi Shoni,Greg Dawson, Scott Holt, Lance Faily, Charlie Talmer. 185 Two schools fight for a win A match is about to begin 186 Sports Scott Holt wins the match Wrestler gets set in down position Sports 1871 188 Var ity Tenni Conquer many K MM 8 r Kevin Margolis shows his varsity ski Chris Ceer hits well Varsity, Rov 1 : Dennis Day, Chris Greer, Todd Collis Row 2 Charlie Nickell, Brian Nelson, Danny Day, Kevin Margulis. Glen Maloy. Again, the boys ' varsity tennis team is one of the strongest teams in Southern California. Led by Danny Day and Charlie Nickell, the team will surely go all the way to playoffs. Todd Collis shows power Kevin Margulis concentrating 189 Strong 81 Team ( :) i v 1 I. V., Row 1: Eric Oliver, Steve Cumple, Ray Armstrong. Row 2: Dan Margolis, John Perriovich, C illy Sherman, LuisGaither. Not Pictured: Mike Martme Frosh Soph: Row 1 : Joe Chan, Charlie Baker, John Pendleton, Youg Choy, David Chan. Row 2: Johann Lin, Matt White, Brett Vogul Mike Morrissey Randy Levan Robert Ok. 190 TV 191 192 Volleyball Hope For R Powerful eo on Row 1: Jim Parker, Dave Shipp, Daye Ewles, Eric Hallman, Coach Mike Puntz . Row 2 Rene Rimhnger, Jamie Gregg, Bret McQuoid, Chris Miller Team discusses strategy Jamie Gregg spikes ball on opponents Volleyball 193 Eric shows passing technique Chris M iller digs the bail. Eric tries to save ball )amie concentrates on hitting the ball Chris sets up the play. Bit 4HJ All Uni player passes ball. 194 Volleyba This years Frosh Soph is show- ing a great deal of enthusiasm and should be a powerful J.V. team next year. Junior Varsity has a 2-2 record currently and hopes to improve as the league progresses. low 1 : Mark Burnbeck, Tom Robbins, David Tayyampour, Greg Contoui, Bruce Brown, Tom Boavmann, Pat Parks low 2: Coach Paul Kubas, Ramm Tayyampour, Jeff White, George Patlon, Scott Asplund, Steve Oranger, Rich. Row i: Andy Quinn, Frank Cronin, Scott Chapman, Mark Asplud, Greg Spindle. Great block by Uni player Steve Granger sets ball to Scott Chapman Uni player digs bal Volleyball 195 Swimming €1 1% Sports Teom till Highly Remembered This year ' s varsity sv imming team excelled in the league, just as it has in past years. Some great talent was lost with the graduation of the senior class, but they made up for every bit of lost skill. Vasnty, Row 1: John Luna, Adam Finklstein, Kelly Washbourne, Scott Washbourne, Rob Kerchner, Jeff Hufford, T.|. Prender- gast Row 2: Tim Gench, Geoff Miller, |ohn Barrett. Mike Herman, Doug Schwarm, Mike Barlett, David Wamsley. Da id Col- wick. Coach " God " Morris. , . t 1« Swimmer intering the pool. 9 $ft V • John Barrett dives. University swimmer comes up for air. Stroking across the pool. Coach advises team. Sports 197 Strong Stroking Continued Player shaking hands after good race .V. swimming was made up of frosh soph as well as more advanced swim- mers. They were a rather large group with a lot of successes. They will be the framework of next years varsity team and it will be a good one. ).V. Row 1: Erick Craves, Joe Hordemann, Kendall Sullivan, Steve Monroe, Mauncio Schabes, David Langlois David Hanna, Steve Flake. Row 2: Adam Flnklestein, Tim Gehrich, David Colwick, Mike Bartlett. Steve Douglas T.J. Prendergast, Ethan Hedavat, Brian McCollogh, Scott Carver, Mike Schlacter, Coach " God " Morris. 198 Sports Rt Univer ity In the frosh soph team the coaches are seeing fresh prospecta- ble young swimmers. With practicing they will make a promising varsity team in the next few years. Fros Soph: Row 1: Coach Chuck Morris, Ethan Hedyat, Brian McCollogh, Scott Carver, Mike Schlacter, David Langlois. rm Speedy swimmer races clock and opponents. Stroking down the pool. Cheese! Sports 199 I fiJL Bo eball S - - - a i _ g 200 Baseball Team Attempt To Change Record w M« o w arsity: Row 1: Greg Eberhart, Chris Plante, Pat Bacon, Mgr Greg Bosbonis. Row 2: Mike Shavce, Adam Venit, Carl Watkins, Kevin Booth, joe Yovin. Row 3: Mike Frei, )avid Orgill, Bob Marvick, left Simpson, Bruce Buckingham, Coach Fisher. Player tags safe. Catcher handles bal 7 Concentrating on ball. 201 fl Very Fierce Team Pitcher completes toss. 202 Baseball Runner is out. Runner digs in for speed. The Training Begin Here Hat shades eyes for a successful catch. Outfielder throwing ball to pitcher. Power added to pitch. Hard concentration on pitch. .... " A Frosh Soph: Row I: Coach Dan Robinson, Graham Everett, Jesse Harte, Joe O ' Brien, Steve Kelly, Steve Paige, Jason Gentile, Jeff Morris, Coach Luke Finley. Row 2: Jim Singer, Rob Gentile, Danny Martinez, Eric Swanson, Chris Marx, Norm Stolzoff, Dave Husford, Chris Johnson, Colin Cate, Paul Brown, Pat Brown. Jr. Varsity player runs. Baseball 203 wY wm - 204 Track A print To C.I.F. ft Suit. J Row 1 Mark Heap Craig Hunter, Tim Exley, Jeff Baker, Ron Kleiner, Mike Ficus, Brad Meyer, Marc Armenlrout, Phil Moores, Steve Deeks, Mike Staudt, lohn Owens, Jeff Kuhel. Row 2: Steve Emery, Larry Commerford, Rich Morrison, Scott Nelson, Ed Duval, Glen Stewart, lohn Bachman, Brent Colquitt, Rich Hill, Ingmar Forster, Chris Install, Gary Cibbs, Todd Homer, Steve Myrick, Dave Anderson, Scott Emery The University High track team continued its tradi- tion of fielding strong dual meet teams and outstand- ing individual competitiors. Key injuries again rele- gated the Trojans to the runner up slot, but they made their usual strong challenge. Outstanding indi- vidual competitors were Dave Anderson, Todd Homer and Mike Fiscus in the spring Brad Meyer, Scott Emery, Steve Emery and Steve Deeks in the dis- tance races. John Bachman and Mike Stuadt in the hurdles, Tim McLaughlin, Craig Rouse and Glen Stewart in the jumps, Greg Buck in the pole vault and Rich Morrison and Rick Hill in the weight events. Deenesh Sprints ahead Uni ahead again Rick Hill shotputs Track 205 J.V.- Arive for Title 7VJT1 (few 9 " University wins race Brah Hell wins race Row 1: Doug Roberts, Archie Oeeks, John Wong, Frank Cheng, Pete Ridgway, Alan Watkins, Sean McLaughlin, Deenesh Sohonmi, Kisik Ro, Steve Matsubara. Row 2: David Neff, Tim Evans, Ken Zenk, left Codd, Colin lackson, Steve Kenefic, Mike Rose, Randy Cass, Clif Baum, Dave Siegfried, Bob Mitchell, Denis Lee, Brad Hier, Scot Hatake Runner takes the lead 206 Track Alan Watkins clears hurdles 4 fc - « Greg Buck praties polevault Chris Quigley rounds curve Row 1: Erik Heras, Charlie Herald, Merrll Wiener, Tim Sanders, Bill Mitchell, Mahadevan Swaminatha, Matt Henderson, Roger Tolosa, Greg Dawson, Alex Arden, Ravi Sohoni, Bruce Milovich, Mike Scott, Mike Schaff- ner. Row 2: Erik Pope, Mark Fu, Orrei Barasch, Marty Shutts, Mark Sauerweim, Paul Brestyansky, Sephen Jen, Nick Buffinger, Tom Gentile, Paul Nilsen, Larry Peckham, David Greenberger, Chris Quigley, Karan Lotfi, Tony Sickles, Tom Stearns, Mike Kiper, Charles Lamb, Bruce Krebs, lohn Luhrs, Steve Boyd, Eric Hilgeman, Darin Rogers, Gary Call, Rich Drennon, Dave Stotle, ]ohn Gould. Brad Meyer takes the lead. 207 208 Golf olf - Ri ing In Participation The Golf team is not well known at University High, but with future experience they hope to gain more recognition. This year they are few but hope to gain more mem- bers in the 1981-82 season. Row 1 : Paul Evans, Drew Haughton. Row 2: David Slater, lay Kilkeary, Michael Cornell, Andy Borda. o» ■ A golf cart Dave Slater readies a putt Setting up before a game. Coif 209 GIRLS ' SPORTS | _ |, f »■ il Jyli (H T i i f It - t — t ■ - rfi " IT-rMii I I I ,7 f I 1 . ' l iM, -j-inll ' j 1.1 ' H - ' i ' i-Mf ' Bi-H til — ii H 11 H 210 Girls ' Sports Girls ' Sports 211 212 Sports Experience Gained Under flew Coach Top row: Mary Baumann, Nicky Theard, Michelle Williams, Leslie Speros, Debbie Simons, Christy Bondra, Kathv karr, Kris Barnes, (ovanna Guess. Below: Coach Shar Wallander. A substitution is made Leslie and Nicky go up for the block. Seven players became the players to assist Leslie and Kathy to form the varsity team. Deb- bie Simons came out of nowhere to spike and serve with amazing effectiveness. Jovanna Guess, a sophomore, has fine jumping ability and improves with each game she plays. Two seniors will be missed by the coach, Kris Barnes a backcourt specialist can also hit with a great deal of effectiveness. Christi Bondra is just beginning to learn how to use her height of six feet for spiking and blocking. Three juniors will continue with the team in ' 81. Michelle Williams is learning to do everything — backcourt defense and front- court offense. Mary Baumann has tremendous spirit and thrives on defensive digs. Nicky Theard has the height and abil- ity to provide a strong middle hitting and blocking strength for Uni. A winning game over Costa Mesa gave Uni the same num- ber of league wins as it ' s record in 1979. Other exciting games included a two game win over San Clemente and a win over Laguna. J.V. Look tooPromi ing Future Liz Rothman blocks against Estancia Karyn Sernka hits the ball The team recovers from a mistake Linda serves Coach Wallander can see a great deal of improvement in theJV squad due to the fine coaching of Rod Cut- ting, experienced South Coast Volleyball Club youth coach. " A strong JV coach is a varsity coaches dream and Rod fits the description to a " T " . " 214 Sports Ro n b t y n P Eg K e r rton PieS ' " T ° ' h ' " " V 3CCa ' Lmda He ' ber B ° " 0m: Lon Bondra ' shannan Vacca, Liz Rot hman, Kris Mott. Karyn Sernka, Robyn, Kris and Lynda await the serve. Kris Mott spikes the ball Linda makes another serve Lynda Toth passes the ball to team members Sports 215 216 Sports H-Country Dominate Win League Amazing Theresa Barrios Senior Sandie Holguin trying hard According to some experts, UHS has the best high school team in the United States. They dominated all the meets they participated in this year. This outstanding team is led by the dynamic duo of Polly Plumer and Theresa Barrios. Cap- tain Sandie Holguin, talented Laura Saurwein, greatly improved. Susan Armentrout and newcomers amie Nourse and Tina Lia made up this great team. Laura Wegner and Debbie Zenk have been part time performers as well. " 1st row: Sandie Holguin, Suzanne Rodgers, Kathy Fiscus, Chris Nilson, Debbie Karpowich, Annie Baker, Denise Villanueva, Debbie Zenk, |amie Norse, Melissa Partin. 2nd row: Laura Sauerwein, Myra SchiphorsI, Kristen Creve, Lenise Villanueva, Kris Latimore, Susan Armentrout, Laura Wegner, Theresa Barrios, Polly Plumer, Carrie Coltmen, Monique, ludy McLaughlin, Tay Via. Sports 217 J.V. Win League Once Again Row 1: Ann Stewart, Cara Ramsay, Michelle Mequiar, Sofia Menda, Ian Hellick, Lisa Margulis, Annette Salazar, Lori Chapman, Lucrecia Beckford, Celine Regalia, Suzanne Akullian, loanne Szabo, Ann Huettl. Row 2: Judy Cole, Tristen Weltner, Adrianne Burdette, Lisa Carlson, Cory Cate, Nikki Ciger, Marcia Fu, Martha White, I u lie Borda, Tracy Machnikowski, Sue Kafesjian, Kim Lewis, Catie Csyani. Row 3: Katie O ' Neil, Cenise Cray, Lisa Ciranne, Susan Elliot, lennifer Latham, Robin Lumsdaine, Tessa Kaganoff, lennifer Glenn, Kay Matsubara, Ann Bowen, lennifer )ones, Stephanie Csyani, Dawn Lombardo, Kellie Kuehl, Michelle Salazar. The Uni girls ' cross country team has been the most dominant team in the history of the school. Not only are they undefeated this year, they are virtually untouched. They have won every major invitational they have attended and will be the Sea View league champs for the second straight year. Stars of the team were, Judy McLaughlin, Lenise Villanueva, Kristin Creve, Melissa Partin, Laura Wegner, and Suzanne Rogers. Keeping up the pace Laura Wegner lead and Tina Liao SJ ' P Sophomore Susan Armentrout goes for the win Polly Plumer concentrating Tay Via running well Kris Latimore does well again Freshman Anne Huettl rests after race Sports 219 220 Sports Tenni Credit Girl Athletic ♦ ♦ • y ♦.♦■ •v « TO Uma Rao with powerful stroke Sue Oliver completes serve. Missy Segal strains for shot. Maureen Connolly follows through on a serve. For the second year in a row we were 3rd in the Sea View League. With a 12-5 record we were led by Shannon Morrissey, Jill Bradshaw, Libby Sillesen, and Uma Rao. Libby Zart- ler was Most Inspirational, Chrissy Middleton was Most Improved and Uma Rao was Most Valuable. The season ended in a C.I.F. loss to awesom Foot- hill High School. Affectionately, Karen Speros • ■ Row 1: Jill Bradshaw, Chrissy Middleton, Missy Segal, Lisa Winterstien, Pam Southwell. Row 2: Kevyn Baker, Libby Zartler, Shannon Morrissey, Maureen Connolly, Libby Sillesen, Sue Oliver. Sports 221 The Junior Varsity ended sec- ond in the league with a 7-3 record, and a 15-3 overall record. Michele and Monika often played up, during illness, on the Varsity level. The Most Valuable award went to Michele Lefebvre, and the Most Improved to Monika Brishka. Enthusiastic Julie Anderson was easily recognized as the Most Inspirational. Affectionately, Karen Speros J. V., Row 1: Sue Steele, Karen Belgum, Alice Crawford, Maki Okamura Row 2: Kristal Babbs, Isabel Dixon, Kelly Peart, )uli Anderson, Andree Macedo. Row 3: Leslie Holabird, Tracy Southwell, Michele Lefebvre, Monika Brishka. J.V.- Arong ucce or of Vor ity Team Monika Brishka adds spin Varsity player Maureen Connolly concentrates. Tired Lefebvre waits for play. 222 Sports V Monika Brishka strokes. Michelle Lefebvre serves. ).V. player shows potential. - , 1 — . _ 1 ' ' ' » ' ».i -_ Varsity player Missy Segal putting in effort. 1 ' • I iir m 1 sm i SwP r - ' wttWWM mm •;.....%-.-:•. w.« | Varsity ' s Pam Southwel Varsity ' s Zartler. Preparing for the toss. Field Hockey v . nswip 224 Sports Excellent record upheld by team Row 1: Teresa Brown, Kathy Kerr, Lenise Villanueva, Salme Taagapera, Debbie Regosin, Laurie Fyffe, Seliene Regalia. Row 2: Vikki Griffin, Shannon Morrissey, Sue Thompson, Bunny Frued, Leslie Speros, Carol Witherspoon, Michelle Mocaby, Penny Smith, lennifer Latham In the past, many girls who were involved in soccer, took an interest in field hockey. This year some were skepti- cal about the success of this season ' s team with the loss of a few key players to the newly formed soccer team. Field Hockey proved they were still a strong team. Kathy Kerr out runs opponent. Struggling for the ball. Dribbling down the f ield. Sports 225 J.V.-fl Tough and Row 1 : Molly Rielly, Woodmanse, Susie Bregman, Shannon Vacca, Michelle Mocaby. Row 2: Jennifer Mocaby, Salazar, Laura Saurwein, Lisa Cirrana, Lisa Rapalea. Molly Rielly fighting with opponent. Uni stealing ball from opponent. 226 Sports trong team ' Uni getting the edge on the ball. Varsity player, Shannon Morrissey, running. m The University team often dominated their games. 5 %0 Kerr and Taagapera battling an opponent. Kathy Kerr running for the ball Sports 227 occer » • ' A ' tS Mm — i r HI B - H - W " ' A ... Fir t year team win Sea View League Row 1: Lauren Aspergren, Melinda Keenen. Row 2: Jamie Norse, Tay Via, Libby Zartler, Donna Smith, Karen Hardy, Christina Misen, Theresa Noyes, Clair Shelton. Row 3: Therese Shelton, Maureen Connolly, Hope Hamashige (manager), Shelly Brlansky, Sue Oliver, Mary Cook, Ann Baumann. Not pictured: Samantha Collins. I ■- Donna Smith controls ball well. . - Karen Hardy beats her opponent. 1 y s Mo Connolly makes a quick move. The UHS Girls ' Varsity Soccer team has had an outstanding first year. Leading the forward line were Cap- tain Therese Shelton, Theresa Noyes, Mo Connolly, Libby Zartler, Karen Hardy, and Mary Cook. The Mid-field was led by Donna Smith, Shelly Brlansky, Sue Kafesjain, and )aime Nourse. Fullbacks Clair Shelton, Sue Oliver, Ann Baumann, Christina Misen, Samantha Collins and Tay Via held the backline. Goalies Lauren Aspergren and Melinda Kennen com- pleted the team. A special thanks to coach )oey Knox. Sports 229 J.V. ha q trong eo on The JV team trounced the other league teams, providing a strong base for many years to come! Leading scorers were Cheryl Willis and Mary Kay Bau- mann, with Sheila Hart, Sofia Merida and Lori Bondra as defensive powerhouses. All twenty girls worked well and improved as a team together. Kim Lewis watching carefully Catherine Edde concentrating Lori Bondra catching her player Row 1 : Sophia Merida, Anna Vacca, Catherine Edde, lennifer Collins, Tina Liao, Stacy Dalzell, Kim Lewis, Mary Kay Baumann, Brenda Soltz. Row 2: Ann Bowen, Cheryl Willis, Lori Bondra, Karen Cernka, Claudia Edde, Karen Bregman, Susan Armentrout, Sheila Hart, ludy Cole. Not pictured: Sue Hart, Hope Hamashige 230 ' . r " M " — . ■« Theresa Noyes kicks long pass Co-Captain Tina Liao chasing the ball Sam Collins dribbling past player TRITONS Ba ketball 232 Girls ' Basketball Vor ity Fight hard in tough league Uni looks for another player to pass to. Uni shoots Michelle shoots for the basket. : - i : . J.V.-fl well balanced team The start of the game. Uni team dribbles down court Passing the ball to team mates. This years Basketball team was comprised of very capable athletes. The team played very well considering the tough league that they are in. Next year they hope to improve their league standings. 234 Girls ' Basketball Uni player shoots to score Trojan dribbles ball from Mustang Uni dribbles down court Monica looks for open team player Uni shoots to score Michelle shoots Karen aims for basket. University practices Girls ' Basketball 2351 236 Sports Teresa Vieta, Sandi Carr, Jennifer Sehnal, Bethna Delay, Karin Cullen, CraceAnn Irvine, Becky, Julie Anderson, |udy Cole, Louise Montford, Allison Ward, Paula Ruhl, MaryAnne Kropp, Ruth Walker, Stephanie Thompson, Joanna Schultz, Katie Matthews, Jennifer Lyles, Deirdre Fisher, Laurie Hull, Mindy Niller, Torene Bankhead, Lisa Melfi, Natalie Brasso, Pam Doughman, Martha Lindgren, Susan Bregmann, Andy, Karen Karpowich and Coach Sharon Bragg. wmnmrf 1 " tlt Xi s5 Swim team during a break in practice. Sandi Carr diving of the blocks. Sports 237 23fl Ir.i ' l- Var ity- Jtrong £r Tough Varsity: Row 1: Mindy Miller, Emily Bush, Sandi Holguin, Laura Mills, Lucricia Beckford, Robin Rodgers. kathy Friscus. Row 2: Debbie Zenk Tae Via Kristen ( Lenise ViNaueva, Chris Nielson, Tina Lao, lamie Norse, Theresa Baros. Row I Susan rmentrou! Iud WcGlaughm Mellisa Partin Michelle Salazar, Myra Ship ' lovanna Guess, Denise Villanueva, Polly Plummer, Annie Baker, Laura Wegner Robin K i ,7 7 . ■ Kathy Fiscus followed by Denise Laura Mills throws Discus. Hedi McClaughlin runs. Track 239 Voung Team Taking After Var ity i» " ■ r i j siiB Hurdler trots over hurdle. r f— F-»-— 1 — erTT -f - Three Uni hurdlers lead the pack. 1 240 Sports Leaping over the hurdle. Varsity member Laura Mills in Field events. Sports 24l| I 242 Sports vV tt0 re- 2 a SRttfl in J K » ,1. v $SttU L - ■» A . 4 _«• gttli , Varsity, Row 1 : Vikki Griffin, Sherri Ogle. Row 2; Kathy Salazar, Mimi Venit, Shannon Morrissey, Laurie Fyffe, Marilus Garcia. Row 3: Carol Witherspoon, Theresa Brown, Michele Renshaw, Nancy Coda, Kristen Lamphier, Eve Silva. R Hard Working Team Row I: Sherri Ogle, Lana Sherman, Vikki Griffin, Row 2: Salazar, Mimi Venit, Kristen Lamphier, Lori Fyffe, Carol Dewey, Marilus Garcia. Row 3: Lynn Wilson, Carol With- erspoon, Theresa Brown, Nancy Coda, Michele Renshaw, Patti Codde, Shannon Morrissey, Mon Reed, Eve Silva. Sports 243 244 Faculty d A 1 - Ma Bob Mohr, Principal Gary Norton, Assistant Principal Ken Bailey, Counselor - j£ Phil Quon, Activities Coordinator Faculty 245 1 246 Larry Chrystal Jeff Cunningham Grace Day Sue Crockett Rick Curtis Linda DeBoer I , ( r V Sylvia Speyers Carol Eilerts SEE WHERE YD: im Chapman, Career Guidance Erla Marley, Nurse Elaine Nissen Belly Ruhlman Larry Shelton Work Experience Pam Dyer-Forkasdi 3etty Farrell Subbing for Mr. Otis . Bill Fisher I 1 Elizabeth Demongeot Mark Effle Bob Ferazzi 247 248 Claire Constantino |im Medak, Counselor Anne Colten, Counselor Arleen Johnson and loan Bachman Sue Kaulh, Counselor Ed Salerno, Counselor 249 250 Bonnie Tillman, Ann Jackson Sandy Brooks Jeanette McGlynnis, Business Manag Mike Bova, Special Programs Denise Beckwith, Activities Coordinator Secretary Donna Jones, Special Programs 252 , v Sieve Calles ' ■ Pat Chiarenza, Competency Lab. 253 For tomorrow class, read pages 1 through 256 . " And then the big, bad wolf said to Little Red Riding Hood " Hold on Doug Sorey Pat Terry 3fr». Dan Trevino 1 I Arden Smith Karen Speros Ken Tratar 255 " You just try it . I look back on these past tew years — all the faces of the people I used to know and the things that seemed so important then — all such a big part of my life. But they ' re from a different time and space. I ' ve changed and so have they. And we ' ve all gone on to find our own destinies. But I ' ll always have a place in my heart for these people and things that touched my life and made it so. " Dear Mr Toth 256 I " All together now a one . . . " and a three . . . " " and a two I 257 THE ADS THE ODYSSEY STAFF Would Like to Thank: Steve Sernka Eric Hoeffer Steve Schupak Dan Palley Eric Hallman Dave Ewles Dan Jack Bob Lewis Dale Isley Lori Forney 258 Ads T DR. RONALD S. GROSSMAN DR. MICHAEL N. SPITZER OPTOMETRY COMPLETE FAMILY EXECARE EYES EXAMINED - CONTACT LENSES VISUAL THERAPY - SPORTS VISION DESIGNER FASHION FRAMES PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED - GLASSES ADJUSTED AND REPAIRED JN CAMPVa VALLEY CBNTIK - 4SU CAMPUS DR., Ill VI NE IT APPOINTMENT - 7»-7774 Special Thanks to Mark Effle CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1981 238 1 1 Bridger Rd El Toro, Calif. 92630 586-333 1 The Store For Photo Supplies GREGORY R JOHNSON. D.D.S.. MS PRACTICE LIMITED TO ORTHODONTICS 5394 Walnut Ave. Suite H Irvine. California 92714 (714)552-5800 260 Ads Irvine. 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S Ksiw ' .- fe 8 " The People: Dena Froschauer, Brenda Soltz, Nancy Rees The Sports: Mimi Cottingham, Carolyn Frank, Don Reigrod, and Lisa DeBree. Theresa Noyes, Kris Barnes. The Staff Is there Life after Yearbook? . . . When is the REAL deadline? . . . Where is a cropper? . . . Hurry, Bob is going to be here any second!! ... Who has been eating the quad-packs? ... YEARBOOK NITE ...So Keith Hon, will you please spot this now? ... DON!!! ... What is a tiki boat? . . . But Stein they don ' t make grade 9 paper . . . Where is Nancy? Does anyone have some turns? . . . Why are these prints being printed so late? . . . What do you mean that 150 senior pictures are gone? . . . Jenni why can ' t you focus tha lamo camera? ... 31251 NO! 31255 NO! 31252 ... That ' s Gnarley!! Tim blows Chunks... The 81 ODYSSEY is 1. Editor Peggy Lucero The Clubs: Sandi Carr, Maria Cosgrove, Liz Rothman The Experiences: Jennifer Vassos, Donna Smith, Susan Zuehls. 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