University of San Diego High School - Presidio Yearbook (San Diego, CA)
- Class of 1957
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PUBLISHED BY THE
ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY
OF UNIVERSITY HIGH
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A D VISORSQ
Mr. Joseph Hiel
Mr. Dennis Vice
"IT IS THE DUTY OF ALL PERSONS ... TO RE-
ELECT WITHIN THEMSELVES IN WHAT WAY
THEY ARE TO ENDURE ADVERSITY"
", . facing the glass they run together and assume a single shapeg laughing, we guess at identity,"
to us the door has shut: opened only by the light."
Rays of light flood the darkness
of what is pastg memories of
Ever fading figures flicker
in the chamber. As we turn
Facing the glass, they run together
and assume a single shape:
Laughling, we guess at identity.
Envying its freedom: yet
pitying its naievness
Cursing its honesty: yet
longing for its youth.
Time continues: and the figure grows
and in growing becomes clearer:
Identity unknown, but closer,
to us the door has shut:
Opened only by the light.
and we know the figure . . .
Not of something
dead and goneg rather
Something yet to come.
4 Steve Wiegand
Class of '69
"IT MAY COME TOMORROW . .
"O' days that are gone by,
O' days that are no more."
"But reflect on the past and be able to say that
my time has been properly spent."
"I have come to this resoltuion - never to write
for the sake of writing . . . but from running over
until any little knowledge which many years of reflection
may perhaps give me . .
REFLECTIONS OF A YE
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F THER ERR
The l969 Presidio staff dedicates this yearbook to
Father Junipero Serra. Father Serra with a determined
band of soldiers and missionaries, founded the Mission
San Diego de Acala in 1769, and helped the settlement of
California take place by setting up ll more missions all
along the state.
We of Presidio feel that the dedication is very appro-
priate this year, San Deigo's 200th birthday, and in keep-
ing with the traditions and spirit of the Dons of Universi-
ty High. As Father Serra was a pioneer of a new land, so
all ofus are also pioneers: ofa new tomorrow.
THE MOST REVEREND
JOHN R. QUINN, S.T.L.
THE MOST REVEREND
FRANCIS J. FUREY, D.D
Bishop of San Diego
"They help us reflect on days that are gone."
Very Revere11d.lohr1 A.
Superintendent of Schools.
Diocese of San Diego.
Ver-1' Reverend Willianz H.
Principal of University High
Mr. Joseph M. Galindo Mr. James Cremin Mr. Dennis Hart
Vice Principal of University Director of Counseling and Academic Vice Principal.
E GLISH DEPARTME T
Mr. J. Barrfm McGrath
Dept. Head, Chess Club
Moderator, Quintilian So-
clety Moderator, Tenms
Mrs. Sandra C onion
El Cid Moderator
if Mr. .loeseph H ie!
Mr. John Marlin
Mr. Rzchard Scherer
Mr. Roherl A. Slavinsky
Frosh Football Coach, Asst.
What do you mean the pep hand is on strike?
RELIGIO DEPARTME T
Rev Charles W Shevlo
Rev. Henery F. Fawcett
Mr. James Cremin
Rev. Michael McNall1'
Rev. William M oonev
Rev. Patrick O'Keeffe
Pep Band Moderator, Pep
Club Moderator, Pre Semi-
Rev. Thomas Vidra +L! laoloc
Rev. Edward Wood
Frosh Moderator, Key Club
SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPART ENT
Mr. David Thoennes
Sophomore Moderator, J.V.
Mr. John Dundas
Mr. Dennis Hart
.I.V. Football Coach, Track
and Field Coach.
Mr. Dennis Vice
Asst. Presidio Moderator
Mr. Joseph Wilimek
l Water Polo Coach
Mr. Thomas Steves
"Nobody sleeps in my class!"
Dept. Head, French Club
Mrs. Ondina Hiel
Mr. Antonio Duane
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Mr. Paul Marline:
Spanish Club Moderator
Mr. Orlando Malanga
Business Dept. Head. Ora-
tors Club Moderator.
Mr. John Limpus
A.S.B. Financial Advisor
Rev. James McGray
Latin Club Moderator
Mr. David Gorsich
Department Head, Director
Mr. Sherman Burns
Dktriy mild llgm.
Mrs. M aria Toth
Mr. C ary Bickler Mr. R0bertSeckingt0n Mr. Daniel Wilson
Math Club Moderator
SCIENCE DEPARTME T
Cmdr. Louis Kulol
Mr. ,4lexa11der Araiza
Mr. Charles Duke
Lettermens Club Modera
tor, J.V. Football Coach
Mr. Daniel Ramos Mr. Cecil Wood Mr. Paul Collins
Frosh Football Coach Science Club Moderator
ATHLETIC DEPARTME T
Mr. Richard Serrano
Department Head, Cross
Country Coach. J.V. Base-
Mr. Hector Maeis
Varsity Basketball Coach
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Mr. M1chaelMcDonald dw his te
Frosh Basketball Coach,
Frosh Baseball Coach. l
Mr. Richard Sherry
Frosh Football, Frosh Wrestling.
Mr. Edward Strange P
Varsity Football Coach, Track
and Field Coach.
Mr. Robert Trom etter
Director of Athletics, Varsity
Football Coach, Varsity Baseball
Mr. Roberr Winn
Mrs. A nna Gibson
Mrs. Robert Monard
Mrs. Mary Caf7fy
Mrs. Lourice Loorner
Mrs. Felicidaa' Musar Mrs. Philip Woolpert
HEAD COACH: MR. ROBERT TROMETTER
Managers: R. Duke, T. Hoffman, C. Skinner
ASSISTANT COACHES: MR. ED STRANGE, MR. JOSEPH GALINDO
60 Joe Amaral
61 Tom Withers
62 Jim Withers
63 Tom Beckman
64 Steve Lebherz
70 Steve Boudreau
71 Tom Alkazin
72 Joe Buchanan
Pos. No. Name
G 73 Bob Campbell
G 79 Pete Adams
G 80 Don Weir
G 81 Kevin Madden
G 82 Gil Oriol
T 83 Tom Balestrieri
T 84 Ron Monks
T 85 Mike Crossman
Trainer: M. McDonald
lt was the Don's defense that contained the Hornet of-
fense and gave Uni its first victory of the year over num-
ber one-ranked Lincoln I4-12.
The scoring began with a 23 yard Steve Johnston field
goal early in the second quarter. The next time the Dons
got the ball, Dean Rice capped a sixty-three yard drive
with a six yard run around for the touchdown. Johnston
DONS DOWN DOGS
The Dons reversed the tables this year by downing
Point Loma 28-6. Last season the Dons suffered a 44-I4
defeat to the Pointers, but this year rolled easily to a vic-
tory under the leadership of Tim Gallagher. The Univer-
sity offense was powered by the strong running of Tom
Daniels, who scored three touchdowns. He was aided by
kicked the p.a.t., but the half didn't end until the
Dons caught Lincoln in their own endzone for two
Uni defenders scored another safety and held the
Hornets to two touchdowns and no p.a.t.s.
the swift running of halfbacks Dean Rice and Tim
Murphy and ends Madden and Weir.
The Uni defense held the Pointers to only six
points and also scored six themselves when Buck
Buchanan recovered a blocked kick in the endzone.
The half-time score was 7-6 in favor of the Dons,
but the Dons scored 21 points to wrap up the game
in the third quarter.
DONS TOP SAINTS FOR
CITY'S PAROCHIAL TITLE
The Saint Augustine Saints had to
try punting their way out of the deep
end of Balboa Stadium. but they were
smothered by defensive greats Pete
Adams, Terry Hernandez, Kevin Mad-
den, Mike Crossman, and Tom
Kevin Madden set up the Dons first
touchdown with a 15 yard run after an
yards for a touchdown. Steve Johnston
kicked the Don's thirteenth and final
point in his usual good style. The de-
fense took it from there, and held the
Saintsmen scoreless in the third and
fourth quarters, leaving the score Dons
interception. A Gallagher-Daniels
pass play put "six" on the board
for the Dons. With 51 seconds left
in the half, the Saints rallied with
a touchdown and conversion mak-
ing the halftime score 7-6.
Early in the third period, Terry
Hernandez, who intercepted two
passes, ran a Saint's punt back 53
J ay Vee, Too!
The "little Dons" beat Saints for the lirst time,
scoring thirteen points on an end sweep by Oberle
and an Oberle-Tatum passplay.
A tough J.V. defense, led by Bill White, held the
Saintsman to seven pointsg leaving the final score
Uni 13, Saints 7.
University overwhelmed Clairemont for their easiest
victory of the season with a 42-7 romp. The Dons
wrapped up the game in the first half with a score
University completely overpowered the Warhawks
with a 37-0 win. Tom Daniels and Dean Rice were pract-
ically unstoppable as they blasted through the Madison
line. The Dons got on the scoreboard early in the game as
Tom Daniels ran nearly 50 yards for the score on the
third play from scrimage. The Dons controlled Qmle-
The first score came on a pass from Gallagher to
Weir. Later in the first period, both Daniels and
Gallagher scored on 5 yard plunges. In the second
quarter, Mike Crossman intercepted a pass and
sped 32 yards for a score. Johnston booted all extra
mainder of the game easily, even though they start-
ed getting sloppy in the second half. There were
seven fumbles in the third and fourth quarters, but
the Warhawks failed to take advantage of any of
KEARNY TRIPS DONS
University got off to a quick start against Kearny but couldn't
stave offa Komet rally in the second half. Steve Johnston started the
scoring for Uni with an incredible 48 yard field goal. Steve Boudreau
then caught a Kearny ball carrier in the endzone for a safety. ln the
second quarter, Tim Gallagher hit Terry Hernandez for 24 yards and
six points. With Steve Johnston's extra point kick, University
jumped to a I2-0 lead. Remarkably like Lincoln.
But in the second half, Kearny
capped a drive with a Watkins-EviIsi-
zor scoring pass. The Dons failed to
move the ball and Kearny scored again
defeating the Dons.
ln a casual afternoon affair, the
Dons literally ran all over the
Mission Bay Buccaneers, romping
to a 43-0 win. The Dons were out
for blood and revenge and any-
thing else they could get to help
erase the memory of the previous
game, which was against the
Komets. The offense found it in
forty-three points, and the defense
by shutting out the Mission Bay
Perhaps a bigger headache for Sweetwater was
Uni's defense. The Devils were hassled by Pete
Adams, Joe Amaral, Bob Campbell, and Mike
Crossman who consistently turn in outstanding per-
formances. The game was the Dons seventh
triumph of the season. making it one of the most
The third period was scoreless, but the Dons re-
gained the lead in the fourth quarter on a I6 yard
sprint by Rice. The Vikes struck back with a 69
yard drive that stole the lead, 14-12. The game
appeared lost when the Dons had to give up the ball
after an unsuccessful 7l yard drive. But the defense
forced Lajolla to punt, and Gallagher passed 64
yards to Weir and Rice, and finally gave the ball to
Weir leaving the score I8-14.
A determined Don football squad went south to
face the Red Devils of Sweetwater and romped to a
32-0 victory. The Devils simply could not contain
the powerful Don running attack led by veteran
fullback Tom Daniels and guided by quarterback
IN FINAL SECONDS
The Dons closed their season
with a game that saw the lead
change with every score against
the powerful La Jolla Vikings.
The Dons scored first, but lost
the lead at the half- 7-6.
DONS GROPE PAST
EL CAP IN FOG 19-7
University edged El Capitan High for a chance to
play in the C.I.F. finals by defeating the Vaqueros
I9-7. El Cap scored first, but University immedi-
ately retaliated with a 75 yard drive capped by a 55
yard reverse run by Terry Hernandez.
ln the final seconds before the half, kicking spe-
cialist Steve Johnston booted a field goal from the
29 yard line to make the score 10-7. ln the third
quarter the Dons added two on a safely: in the
fourth, a scoring pass to Weir.
UNIVERSITY RA 1.1. Y REPL'I.SI:'D
Morse increased the lead to nineteen on the kick-
off before the Dons could retaliate. Terry Hernan-
dez scored on an end sweep. The Tigers scored
again, and Uni fought back with a Gallagher-Quick
pass play: Daniels scored the final touchdown.
DONS, 26-21, FOR
A lost fumble and an interception cost the Dons
the first halfby giving Morse a thirteen point lead.
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gerald. Zolleui. Tatum. Anderson. Dagg. Coach Duke. 3111! Vagara. Murphy, Harvey.4lh ROW Paraday, Oriol, Bartorel-
ROW ciouch Sluvinsky. Balsamo. Cola, Ward. Tuttle. Slu- li. Bonesteel. Perez, McCormik. Gott, Schwartz, Dean. Oberle.
bowski. Hanks, Mclntyre. Sweringer. lllig. 3rd ROW Coach
The l968 Junior Varsity Football team carried
on the winning tradition that has always marked
this team. Their season record of 7 and 2 and a
league record of 5 and 2 are evidence of this. The
teams only two losses were suffered at the hands of
point Loma and Kearny. For their efforts they cap-
tured second place in the Western League. This
year the little-Dons posted a strong running game
under the signal calling of sophomore Scott Oberle.
The team is coached by Mr. Dennis Hart in his first
year as head coach and by Mr. Charles Duke.
J. V. CAPTURES 2nd PLACE
'Mission Bay 13
'La Jolla 6
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Quarterback. Scott Oberle. easily rolls away from a Madison
The fast reacting Don defense catches the Warhawk
quarterback behind the line.
Viking defenders finally drag down one of the little Dons
the opponent s running backs
FROS'H SC HEDULIL
Orange Glen 38 ............
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Washington 28 ..........,,.
San Dieguito 7
Saints 32 ....
The heads-up defense of the little Dons was a constant threat to
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TOP ROWQL-R5 T. Roy. W. Key. E. Centers, B. Beck. L. Webb. J. Guida. F. Rebello. K. Kuopus.41h ROW S. Aleman
Keller. P. Healy. A. Zolezzi. D. Barba. T. Casey. Jna' ROW lmgrl. D. Carnine. M. Luizzi, J. Stall. V. Garcia. Coach Ramos
M. Zeeb. D. Salerno. L. Bobbeln. M. Williamson. J. Daigle. T. L. Ewin. R. Ledesma. V. Anderson. J. Wood not pictured
Powers. R. Corder. M. Ripley. J. Whittaker. L. Harpin. 3rd Coach Slavinsky.
ROW T. Salas. G. Zecca. B. Ward. R. Romero. C. Roome. G.
TOP ROW IL-R2 Chris Sebrechts, fmgrj, Greg Beck, Brian Weatherly, Dave Zorn, Rick Kozlowski, Charles Yackley
McCoy, Kevin Colwell, Mr. Wilimek. BOTTOM ROW: Jim Chuck Kennedy.
WATER POLO COMES TO U I
This year for the first time, water polo was intro-
duced at University High School as a C.I.F. sanc-
tioned sport. Despite a disappointing overall sea-
son record of 0-10, the Dons produced two C.I.F.
candidates in Dave Zorn and Rick Kozlowski. The
above record does not show the long hours and
hard work that these Aqua-Roundballers put in to
produce a team. The team was coached by Mr.
Brian McCoy .
Greg Beck . . .
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David Zorn - all CIF guard, honorable mention
The Dons score one of seven goals against Coronado.
Coronado - 20
Monte Vista f 12
Oceanside - ll
Sweetwater - 23
Hilltop - l7
Army Navy - 5
Mt. Miguel- l7
Coronado - 2
Monte Vista - I5 4
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TOP ROW IL-Rl Dave Martin, .lim Traylor, Chuck Friedrichs, John Berutti, Mark Anderson, Mr. Wilimek. BOT-
TOM RO W: Paul Viens, Gerard Rich, Tim Creagh, Tom Montijo. Tom Hawtree.
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TOP ROW - IL-R1 G. Cooney. O. Fraenzel. M. Sticka, M. Zec-
ca. G. Delperdang, R. Richardson. 2nd ROW - R. Montoya. D.
Collins, B. Ray, N. Colwell. G. Drew, W. Sikorske. 3rd ROW
J. Bulfer Qmgrl. H. Comeau. P. Morrison. J. Sulivan, Coach Ser
rano, P. Trishler. M. Dean, P. Humphrey.
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The type of running skill that is required for participation
in this demanding sport is evidenced by the terrain in this
The Cross Country team had a rebuilding season
this year, but the outlook for next year is much
brighter. The Dons dropped five league meets this
year and won only one. As a result, the team fin-
ished sixth in Western League competition.
The Dons had an almost all Junior squad this
year and consequently, will be much stronger next
year. The one big loss to the team will be Senior
Bill Ray. He holds the school record for the two-
mile set at U.C.S.D. His new record is l 1:07. Next
year's Varsity will consist of Steve Cox, Orran
Franzel, Neil Colwell, Pat Morison, and Mark
Cross Country is a demanding individual sport
and more participation is necessary to build a really
Team efforts as well as fierce individual competition
mark Cross Country as a sport.
The home stretch.
Varsity M eel Record
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TOP ROW IL-Rl M. Sticka. G. Delperdang, N. Colwell. S. Cox. 2nd ROW f P. Morrison, Orran Fraenzel, G.
STANDING QL-Rl Ken Brush. Don McCormick, Bruce Foote.
Tim Gallegher, Tom Balostrieri. Murk Sherman. Mike Gallagh
University High in only its second year in the
Western League came up with the best overall
record in the school s history Led by Seniors
Kevin Madden Larry Leonard Tim Gallagher
Ken Brush Don McCormick and Mike Gris
ham the team amassed a 24 and 5 record On
the way to conquest these Dons set ll school
records Ken Brush set the record for the most
rebounds in a season with 353 He also tied the
record for mOSt rebounds in one game with 22
His field goal percentage of 5492-1 set a new rec
ord along with the most the new record of 93
personal fouls in a single season Kevin Madden
in 22 games set a new record for the most assists
in a single season with 88 This number sur
passed the old record by 30 more assists Kevin
also set the record for the most assists in a single
McCormick played in l ll quarters this year also
setting a new record
As a team this years roundballers really broke
the records with the most points 2001 most
points in a single game 92 and the most re
bounds l l75
game with ll in the Chula Vista game. Don
er, Mike Grisham, SEATE17 Dave Bubick. Lairry Leonurd
Kevin Mudden. Jack McMahan.
Mike Gallegher and Bruce Foote accept the lst place trophy in
the Kiwanis Tournament.
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"C I F playoff games
PRE SEASON RESULTS
SAN DIEGUITO FIRST VICTIM
The Dons set the pattern for the next 12
games at the expense of San Dieguito 75
to 36. Brush McCormick and Leonard
led the way with 17 l6 and I5 points.
McCormick was overpowerning on the
boards as he collected I9 rebounds.
AQUINAS FALLS TO THE MA-
CHINE Tim Gallagher led the way with
22 points as the boys in the red and gold
obliterated Aquinas 71 to 41. Size speed
and experience made the difference.
DONS BREAK SCORING RECORD
Six Dons scored in double figures as Uni-
Dame in a very one-sided affair as the visi-
tors could only muster 35 points.
SAINTS GETS STUFFED For the
fifth game of the season the men in red and
gold traveled to Saints to show their arch
rival who s who. Don McCormick potted
22 points and Tim Gallagher and Ken
Brush put in 15 points.
DONS WIN THE PAROCHIAL
LEAGUE With a 76-6l dribbling of Mari-
an University won the so-called parochial
league by defeating all the Catholic schools
in the San Diego Diocese. Leonard Gal-
lagher McCormick and Brush all scored
in double figures.
versity amassed 92 points against Notre
Go Larry go!
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POWA Y FIRST T0 FALL When the
Dons play on a college court they really
come to life as they outlasted Poway 68 to
45 Tim Gallagher collected 20 points and
Larry Leonard I5 points as the whole team
MADDEN PASSES UNI TO CHU
LA The whole team was nothing short of
magnificent as they played by far their best
game of the year. Kevin Madden set the
school assists record with Il and time and
time again set up Larry Leonard, Don
McCormick, Tim Gallagher, Ken Brush,
and Mike Grisham for scores. Larry got 22
points and three other Dons were in double
figures as Chula Vista fell 86 to 52.
BALANCE KEY TO VISTA With 6
players in double figures, University
lengthened its undefeated record with a 90-
56 victimizing of Vista.
CHAMPIONSHIP GA ME Moving to
State the Dons were playing for all the
marbles when they came up against the
tough Orange Glen. McCormick and
Brush teamed up for 29 rebounds and 27
points to bring the trophy to UNI.
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Big Ken stuffs one for his fans.
McCormick powers the baseline for the Dons.
DONS TAKE 3rd PLACE
AT U.S.O. TOURNEY
NEXT The men from the hill made it ll in a
row as they dumped El Cap 83 to 40. Five ofthe
Dons scored in double figures with Tim Gallagh-
er at l7 and Mike Grisham with I5 leading the
MT. MIGUEL FA LLS Last years CIF
Champions were no match forthe Dons as Larry
Leonard popped in I8 points, and Tim Gallagher
l7. Kevin Madden was in great form as he had 6
CASTLE PARK UPSETS Castle Park play-
ing probably their best game ol' the season
caugh University off guard with a super tough
defense and prevented UNI from capturing its
Grisham adds two in aiding UNI tothe Kiwanis Championship
DONS SETTLE FOR THIRD PLACE
After the loss the night before the Dons came back deter
mined to regain some of their lost pride at the expense of
Grossmont. The final score was 74-57 as both Leonard and
Madden collected 6 assists
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MADISON TAKES THE CAKE
In the first game that looked like it
could have been played in the Sports
Arena by the caliber of ball being
played the Dons narrowly lost a
chance to knock off last years champs
as they fell short 55 53 Brush potted
20 points In the second game before a
full house at Madison, the Dons sur-
prised Madison with a very strong full
court press. The score at the half was
39-33 in Uni's favor. ln the second half
they ran out of gas. The final score
was 70-66. Ken Brush collected 20
POINT LOMA FALLS TWICE
Don McCormick was Point Loma's
nemisis as he collected 21 points in the
first game and I0 points in the second
to lead UNI past the Pointers in both
games 67-53 and 68-45. Ken Brush
was the key on the boards with I9
rebounds in the first game and I3 in
Madden and Grisham played heads up defense against Madison.
,VO CONTEST HERE Clairmont had a tough time this
year as they were drubbed in both games by scores of 55-37
and 66-44. Brush had I8 points in the first game and Larry
Leonard had I8 points in the second. Don McCormick out-
played the chieftains at both ends of the court.
VIKINGS GETSUNK Four Dons scored in double figures
in both games illustrating their great balance. They took both
games from La Jolla 63-50 and 66-44. Ken Brush collected 20
rebounds in the last game.
STAL1. FAILS FOR MISSION BA Y Mission Bay at-
tempted a new thing, in their bid to knock off University with a
stall tactic. But it wasn't good enough as UNI prevailed 52-24
KEARNEI'-UNI SPLIT In the first game at Kearney.
Wilbur Strong ripped the nets for 34 points and enabled the
Komets to force the Dons into overtime fell short 64-68. In
the second game it was a different story though as UNI led by
the fabulous shooting of Larry Leonard clinched a CIF berth.
Larry scored 23 points in the first halfand completely demoral-
ized Kearny as UNI prevailed 66-6l.
the first game of the C II- playoffs
Universitv rm into its nemisis from footbill
and was unable to stop the hot shooting of the
tigers They ripped the nets for 78 points
McCormick s 73 points md Brush s 77 points
just werent enough is the Dons fell 8 points
short The final score was 78 77
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Coach Hector Macis
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Coach Cremin and the boys.
For the Seniors the last four years of playing
basketball together have seen strangers from
all over the county come together for the pur-
pose of sportsmanship and winning. lt has seen
the boys of four years ago develop and mature
into men and it has created a friendship that
will last for eternity. The realization of this
friendship and the realization of the need for
companionship were brought into focus by the
tragic death of a friend and teammate. To the
team he was Mr. Hustler and Mr. Paymaker.
It is to him that this basketball section is dedi-
cated to Kevin Madden.
TOP ROW QL-Rl D. Babick. J, Palacios. L. Fitzgerald. G. Drew. T. Hodges. BOTTOM ROW - Coach Thoennes. G. Trejo
E. Pearson. B. Monard. S. Parady. T. Maddox.
. . BASKETBALL
The 1968 Junior Varsity Basketball team under the direction of Mr David Thoennes com
pleted their l968 69 season with an overall record of I2 wins and 9 losses with a league record
Babick Greg Trejo Bob Monard Tom Hodges and Dave Barba A large percentage of this
years team will be movmg up to the Varsity next year to take the place of this years graduating
Seniors The ability of these players shown on the .I V makes the prospects bright for next
of 7-5. This team was composed mainly of Sophomores. Standouts included Greg Drew, Dave
Dave Barba lays one up against the La .lol-
Greg Drew goes high over Madison to sink
Joel Palacios goes high for two
Stan Drew goes for two against the
J. V. RECORD
San Diquieta 54 ,,,, UHS 49
Sweetwater 48 ... . . . . . 57
Saints 50 ...... ..,. 4 9
Marian 31... ..., 67 Q3
Morse 53 .,.r.. .... 5 6
Crawford 54 . .. . . . .53
San Diego 58 i.., .i.. 5 0
'Madison 37 ... . . . .35
'Point Loma 52 ' ' ' "" 53 Joel Palacios shoots for a one pointer from
'Clairmont 43 ,,.. .... 6 8 the foul line.
'La Jolla 48 ...... .... 5 l
'Mission Bay 55 . . . .... 66 7 ' Q Q FROSH RECORD
Patrick Henry 40 ........ 43 l si 'Marian 39 .... .... U HS 42
'Kearny 59 ..i.,,.. .... 4 2 Y 6 'San Marcos 24 .... , , . . . .49
'Madison 54 ,.... .... 4 9 7 Y 'Orange Glen 39 ..,,,,,, . 46
'Point Loma 63 ... .... 48 , 5 Q 'Escondido 35 .......... .45
'Clairmont 46 ,... .... 5 4 9 . Fallbrook 41 ,......,.... 55
'La Jolla 44 .i..,,, ,.., 7 3 . 'Poway 43 .....i.,,..... 58
'Mission Bay 40 . . . .... 56 'Carlsbad 48 .......... . . 6l
Patrick Henry 39 ,....... 50 Y 'Washington 48 i........, 46 7
'Kearny 64 i............. 60 'Saints 40 ............,,. 48 ll
'League games . 'I 'Lincoln 40 .,.,....,,,... 45
' JI, it 'Earl Warren 56 i........ 45
'Oceanside 42 ......,,.,. 57
F S H ' 'San Daqueno 39 i.......i 63
Bob Monard sinks one from the corner. :League games
TOP ROW QL-RJ A. Esqueda, V. Garcia. J, Gott, E. Helscher, ka. R. Bice. D. Carnie, D. Boyd, J. Boyce, R. Severson, M. Luiz-
M. Tatum. L. Faust. T. Vissers, A. Zollezzi, J. Keough, Coach Zi. J. MHCDOWCII, R. Romero.
Michael McDonald. BOTTOM ROW 1 D. Russell. J. Madus-
TOP ROWLL-RJ B. Cooney. T. Mann. P. Libherz, T. Chambers
G. Anderson, M. lllage. Coach Sherry. 2nd ROW M. Sable.
G. Lair, J. Good, E. Villavincecio, M. Gastelum, M. Green. T.
Withers, R. Montoyo, J. DeGunther. B. Bumbar. 3rd ROW -- B.
Miller, J. Priest. T. Withers. B. Ubertti, Snowden. M. Anderson
M. Pulido, E. Leonard. 41h ROW T. Withers. T. Stromberg.
M. Duggan, G. Cooney. D. Duggan, M. Burns, M. Trishler, T.
Elarde. BOTTOM ROW f S. Lebherz. K. McKinley, T. Sexton.
Coach Cremin, J. Amaral. M. Bennett, T. Brunnhoelzl. P.
1969 ESTER LEAGUECHAMPS
The scene in the University gym after Mr. Cremin's grapplers
defeated defending League Champs, the Mission Bay Bucs.
The 1969 Rasslm Dons after just two short
years in Western League competition captured the
league championship The team produced an over
all season record of ll wins and 4 losses with a
league record of 6 and 0
After completing a tough pre season schedule
against such teams as Monte Vista Morse Chula
Vista and Lincoln the Dons opened their league
Champs the Mission Bay Bucs The Don grapplers
defeated the Bucs 23 21 Then La Jolla fell to the
Don Rasslers 37 9 followed by Clairmont 25 18
Point Loma 38 6 and Madison 25 15 Then on
Tuesday evening Feb 18 the Dons defeated the
Kearney Komits 40 7 to go undefeated in Western
League competition In CIF competition Senior
Joe Amaral who ranks second m all time scoring
behind Terry Sexton captured the first CIF cham
plonship for the Dons in 183 lbs class Tom Brun
nhoelzl, a Junior, placed 4th 1n CIF competition.
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competition against defending Western League
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VARSITY WRESTLERS IN ACTION
Joe Fresh Meat" Amaral works on the head ofa Point
Weight Wrestler W-L-D-Falls Points
Paul Wyman I6-I2-0-8 51
Kevin McKinley 24-7-l-8 78
George Cooney 16-I2-I-2 42
Tom Stromberg 4-l l-0-2 A 16
Mark Duggan 9-12-2-2 27
Terry Sexton 23-6-0-I 5 88
Dennis Duggan l-15-0-0 3
Mike Bennett 22-4-0-8 8l
Danny Sexton 14-6-2-4 47
Tom Brunnhoelzl 23-6-2-5 72
Joe Amaral 26-3-0-15 105
Steve Lebherz I8-5-0-9 67
Dennis Duggan 1l4I7 shows an opponent how to do it,
George Cooney fl l5j contemplates his next move on the
way to one of his I6 wins.
Terry Sexton U 363 goes for one of his 23 wins.
1968-1969 SEASON RESULTS
Mike Bennett goes for a pin against a Mission Bay Buc.
Mr. Cremin's grapplers fared well in the var-
ious wrestling tournaments held throughout San
CHULA VISTA KIWANIS
The Dons traveled south to Chula Vista for
their first tournament of the season. There they
placed 10th out of the 24 schools that had en-
tered. Terry Sexton placed highest on the team
with a second in the 133 lbs. class.
CITY DUAL MEET TOURNAMENT
In this tourney, the rasslers from University
grabbed a second place. There were 16 teams
entered. In the process of capturing the runner
up position, the Dons shut out Saints 54-0,
stomped Point Loma 48-8 defeated Morse 28-
17 before losing a close one to Mission Bay 23 to
25 for the championship
HOL TVILLE LIONS INVITA TIONAL
The Dons traveled to Holtville on the weekend
of February 7 and 8th There they captured 4th
place out of the 16 teams assembled Mike Ben
nett 11481 and Joe Amaral 11751 achieved the
highest individual honors with a second place
Kevin McKinley 11061 captured a third Paul
Wyman 1981 Terry Sexton 113611 Tom Brun
nhoelzl 11571 Danny Sexton 11681 and Steve
Lebherz 11951 all placed ,Sth
WESTERN LEAGUE CIF SECTIONALS
At League finals which were held at Point
Loma High the Dons of University captured
first place There were ten teams m all compet
mg The Dons produced 5 champions who were
Terry Sexton 11361 Mike Bennett 11481 Tom
Brunnhoelzl 11681 Joe Amaral 11831 and Steve
2nd Paul Wyman 1981 and George Cooney
Lebherz 12181. Kevin McKinley 11061 placed
11151 placed 3rd, and Mark Duggan 11301 placed
Varsity Dual Meet Record
Dons 21 Chula Vista 23
7 Mount Miguel 42
54 Saints 0
48 Point Loma 8
28 Morse 17
35 Lincoln 9
42 San Diego 8
19 Monte Vista 22
23 Mission Bay 21
37 LaJolla 9
25 Clairmont 18
38 Point Loma 6
25 Madison 15
40 Kearny 7
All Matches: 1 1-4-0
League: 6-0-0 1Champs1
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Mark Duggan 11301 closely examines the knee guards of an
An unidentified Don grappler ties up his
SAN DIEGO CIF SECTION
The Wrestling Dons finished 6th in the I969 CIF
tournament It was the highest finish for the Dons in
their live years of Wrestling Joe Amaral the four year
veteran captured the first CIF championship for the
Dons Joe s all time win record is now 67 28 I with 48
falls and 289 points Tom Brunnhoelzl placed fourth to
become the third Don to place in CIF along with .loe
Amaral and Pat Chambers
, . . . .
Terry Sextons record Enished at 76-24-2 with 44 falls und
296 total points.
Tom Stromberg 11235 in a riding
CIF medal winners Tom Brunnhoelzl and Joe
INDIVIDUAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
QI.-RJ Mike Bennett, Terry Sexton, Joe Amaral, Tom Brunnhoelzl, Steve Lebherl.
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TOP ROW QL-RJ Bruce Keller. Tom Daniels, Lou Tamagni, Joe Buchanan, Pat Quock. Gary Leuthard, BOTTOM ROW
Chuck Schaff, David Nardi, Scott Oberle, Dennis Sesma, Terry Hernandez, Don Wier, Mike Crossman, Ron Monks.
Fri. Mar. 7 Vista
Tue. Mar. ll Coronado S
Fri. Mar. 14 Marian i
Wed. Mar. 19 Helix
Fri. Mar. 2l Point Loma A 29 'QM
Tue. Mar. 25 Kearny I
Fri. Mar. 28 Clairmont ,s at I
Mar. 31-Apr. 2 Lions Invitational
Tue. Apr. 8 La Jolla
Fri. Apr. ll Mission Bay '
Fri. Apr. 18 Madison
Tue. Apr. 22 Point Loma
Fri. Apr. 25 Kearny
Tue. Apr. 29 Clairmont
Fri. May 2 La Jolla '
Fri. May 9 Mission Bay
Fri. May 16 Madison
May 20, 23, 27, 29 CIF
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Charles Yackly starting the breaststroke leg ofthe medley. Greg Beck - the 400 man.
Dave Zorn off the blocks for the 50 free.
The "Rocket" completing the butterfly leg ofthe IM.
Mar. 7 Inter-Squad Meet
Mar. 21 Kearny
Mar. 22 Vista Relays
Mar. 25 Hilltop
"Mar, 28 Clairemont
Apr. 5 Iron Man Relays
Apr. 9 Saints
3 Apr. I5 Orange Glen
"Apr, I8 La Jolla
"'Aprl. 25 Point Loma
May I Oceanside
'May 2 Madison
May 6 Vista
'May 9 Mission Bay
May I0 Dons Diving Derby
May I6 League Finals
Mr. May 20 CIF Prelims
May 24 CIF Finals
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Mar. 14 Madison'
Mar. 21 Bye
Mar. 28 Point Loma'
Apr. ll Mission Bay'
Apr. 18 Clairemont'
Apr. 25 La Jolla'
May 2 Kearny'
May 9 League Prelims
May I6 League Finals
May 24 CIF Prelims
. 1 4 May 29 CIF Finals
Mike Gallagher June 5 State Finals
W H June 6 State Finals
Jeff McCormick and Gary Griffin
Coach Strange Dan Griesgraber
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M d R llmeq MCGH, President: Dun Sexton
"Look in thy glass, and tell the face thou
"Now is the time that face should form
ff Secretary: Wes Merritt Treasurer: Bull Stark
PETER A DA MS
Football l,2,3,4, League Awards 3,4,
CIF Awards 3.4, Track 2,3.4. Swim
ming l,'Lettermens Club l,2,3,4,
Sec. 3, Student Council l,2, UPS 1.2,
The now quiet scene of the infamous fruit fights of 1967 and
"IT IS THE D TY GF ALL
DA RB Y A L DEN
National Honor Society 4, Orators 3
4, Latin Club 3,4, Chess Club 3. His
tory Club 3, Teacher Corps 3,4, V
Pres. 3, El Cid 3,4, Transfer from St.
L YMAN A VILLA
History Club 3.
DA VID REYNA
Tennis l,2, Spanish Club 1,2
62 Bob Turchick
Spanish Club l,2, Science Club l 2
JA MES BAR TA
Chess Club 2. UPS 4. Jesters 4,
Football l 7 3 4 StudentCouncil 7 3
4, National Honor Society 2.3.4.
UPS 3,4. French Club 3.4, Key Club
l.2.3.4, Teacher Corps 4. El Cid l,2,
3, ASB Treasurer 2. Commissioner
of Organizations 4.
TO REFLECT WITHI
STEVE BOUDREA U
Football l.2.3.4, Wrestling 1.2.3.
Track l, Student Council l,2,3,4,
UPS l,2,3,4, Lettermens Club 2.3.4.
Orators I. French Club 3. El Cid l.2,
3.4, Perspeclire l,2,3,4, Presidio l.2,
3,4, Commissioner of Spirit 4, Frosh
Treas., Soph Sec.
Wrestling l,2.3,4, League Awards 3,
4. Science Club I, UPS 4, German
TERR Y BREEN
El C'id4. Presidio 4.
DA VID BRIDGE
Swimming l, Spanish Club l,2,
Football 2,3, Basketball l,2,3,4,
Track 3, Lettermens 3,4, Latin Club
l,2, French Club 3.
Transfer from San Miguel High
Football 3, Baseball l, UPS 3, Key
Club 3,4. German Club 4. Transfer
from Serra High in San Francisco.
The great escape.
Football l,3,4, Baseball 3,4, Student
Council 4, Lettermens 3,4, French
Club 3,4, UPS 3,4, Prom Committee
Cross Country mgr. l,2,3,4, Letter-
mens Club l,2,3,4.
Science Club l.
Swimming l.2,4, Waterpolo 4. Span-
ish Club 2, UPS 4, El Cid 4. Transfer
from Serra High in San Francisco.
Transfer from Serra High School in
Football I,2,4, Wrestling I,3, Track
l,2 3 LettermensClub4
CHARLES CA PPLES
Football l,2,3,4, Wrestling l, Swim-
ming l,2, UPS 3, Key Club 2,3, .lest-
ers 3,4, German Club 4,
PA TRICK CARLIN
KEVIN COL WELL
Football l, Swimming l,2,3,4,
Awards 2,3,4, Water-polo 4,
Cross Country 3, Student Coun-
cil l,2,3,4, National Honor So-
ciety 3,4, UPS 3,4, Ke Club 2
3,4, El Cid 3. Jesters 3,4, Presi-
dio 3,4, Asst. Editor 4.
Science Club l.
REFLECT 0 THE PAST
MY TI E WAS
JAMES CA VANA UGH
Swimming l, Chess Club 3, Jesters
Football l,2,3,4, League Awards 4,
Basketball l,2, Baseball l,2,3,4, Let-
termens Club 2,3,4, French Club 2,3,
4. UPS 2,3, EI Cid 2.
Transfer from San Luis High
Pep Band 2,3,4.
AND BE ABLE TO SAY
WELL SPE T
TOMOTHY DA IL Y Don't be shy Wes. She won tbnte
Science Club l,2,3,4, Student Coun-
E LSLL THOMAS DANIELS
L Football 1,2,3,4, League Awards 3,4,
SVA- 'LVV j 1 CIF Awards 4, Baseball l,2,3,4,
f -L ' National Honor Society 3,4, Letter-
f f mens Club 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3,
.fp ' as 'F M French Club 3.
ai ik' I
,qv 4 M' ? i
MICHAEL DA TTILO
Track 3,4, Transfer to Uni in Junior
Football 2, Baseball l, Cross Coun
try 3,4, Track 2,4, Student Council l
2, Lettermens 2,3,4, Latin Club l.
OPPS . ..
Student Council l, UPS 4.
PA TRICK DELGA DILLO
PA TRICK DIA MOND
Football l,2,3, UPS 3,4.
Will somebody please wake Still up
Hey you! What's your name again?
Science Club l, UPS 4.
GREGOR Y DOWNS
UPS 3,4, El Cid l,2,3,4, Photo Edi-
tor 2,3,4, Presidio 2,3,4, Perspective
2,3,4, Editor 4.
MA RK DRA PER
Wrestling I,2,3,4, Lettermens 3
Orators l,2, Latin Club 3.
Wrestling 2,3,4, French Club 3,
Spanish Club 3.
Hlntelligence, Reflection, and Judgement
History 3, UPS 4, El Cid l, Prom
STEVE FA UCHER
Golf 3,4. Lettermens Club 3,4, UPS
MICHA EL FA ULK No German today! Mrs. Toth is absent.
French Club 4. Science Club 2.
Reside In Meng Young and Oldn
Basketball l,2,3,4, Track l,2,3,4,
Lettermens Club 3.4. El Cid l.
BR YA N FURBEE
Spanish Club 1.2.
Baseball 3.4, Lettermens Club 3.4.
MIKE GA LLA GHER
Basketball 2,3,4, Track 2,3,4, Stu-
dent Council 3, Lettermens Club 2.3,
4, French Club 3, Spanish Club 2.
TIM GALLA GHER
Football l,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3,4
Baseball l,2,3, Lettermens Club 3,4
Pep Band 2
Teacher Corps 4, El Cid 2,3,
Perspeclive 2,3,4, Presidio 4, .Iesters
34 V-Pres 3
Transfer from Helix High
PA UL GRIESGRA BER
ASB Vice Pres. ASB President,
Track I, Cross Country l, Student
Council 2,3,4, National Honor Socie-
ty 3.4, Latin Club 2, Key Club 2.
Track 2.3.4, Lettermens Club 4.
French Club 3.4. UPS 4. Student
Council 4. Senior V-Pres.
Basketball l.2,3,4, League Awards
3.4, Student Council 2.3. National
Honor Society 2.3.4, Lettermens
Club 2.3.4. Orators 2.3. Spanish
Club 3.4. Math Club l, UPS 1.2.3.
Key Club l.2,3,4. Pres. 3, Teacher
Corps 3, El Cid 2.3.4. Perspeclive 2.
3, Presidio 3.4. Jesters 2.3.
DONA L D HA RA N
Football l,2,3.4. Track l.2.3.4. Stu-
dent Council l.2, Lettermens Club 3,
4. French Club 3.4, UPS 4. El Cid 4.
Football mgr. 2. Baseball mgr. 3.
Track 2. Transfer from San Miguil
Science Club 2.3. Math Club 2.3.
T0M HAZELBAKER N' T
Football 4. Spanish Club 1.2. Science
Club l. UPS 2.3.
Track 2.3, League Awards 2. Letter-
mens Club 3. Science Club 2, Pep
Band 2.3. EI Cid 4. Perspecrive 3.4.
'GA Soul Without Reflection Like A Pile
What's new in the chocolate business Mr, Nixon.
JOHN HORN THOMAS IMHOFF CRAIGJACOBUS
Transferred to Uni in Senior year.
HUBERT JA NSEN
Science Club l,2, Math Club 3,
Golf 2,3,4, Football 3,4, Lettermens
Club 3 4
Without Inhabitant, To Ruin Runsn
JA MES KEOGH
UPS 4, Key Club 4.
WILLIAM KA NE
Football l, Key Club 2, Teacher
Corps 4, Presidio 4, Jesters 3,4.
Swimming l,2, French Club 3, UPS
GERA LD KOCH
Latin Club, Sec. 4, Science Club 2,
UPS 3, Teacher Corps, 3,4, Pres. 4,
Perspeclive 3,4, Presidio Jesters 3,4.
Football l,2,3, Basketball l,2,3,4
Baseball l,2, Student Council 2,3
Lettermens Club 3.4, Key Club 3,4.
THE LEAR 'D REFLECT 0
KEVIN MA DDEN
Football 2.4, Basketball l,2,3,4,
Baseball l,2,3, League Awards 3,
CIF Awards 3, Student Council l,2.
3,4, Lettermens Club 2.3.4, Latin
Club l,2, French Club 3.4, Science
Club 1.2, Math Club 2,3, History
Club 3, UPS 3.4, Key Club 2.3.4. El
GAR Y LEUTHARD
DA NIEL MA DDOX
Science Club 2, UPS 3,4, Jesters 3,4
Homecoming Committee 4.
JA MES MA GGIONA
Spanish Club, V-Pres. 3,4, El Cid l.
JOHN MARTINEZ HUGH MARX
French Club 3.4, Science Club 2.
WHAT BEFORE THEY K EW"
Swimming l,2,3,4, League Awards
3, Water-polo 4, Science Club l,
Chess Club 2,3, Presidio l,2,3,4, Edi-
tor in Chief 4, German Club 4, Stu-
dent Council 4.
Football l, Basketball l,2,3,4,
League Awards 3,4, Tennis l,2,3,4,
Student Council 4, Lettermens Club
l,2,3,4, Math Club l, UPS 3.4, Key
DA VID MCGA HEE
Football l,2,3,4, League Awards 3,4,
Track 2,4, Student Council l,2,3,4,
Lettermens 3,4, French Club 3,4,
History Club 3, UPS l,2.3,4, Key
Club 4, Soph. Treas. Junior V-Pres.
Commissioner of Student Affairs 4.
Wrestling l,2,3,4, League Awards 3,
Lettermens Club l,2,3,4, Math Club
l, German Club 4.
Football l,2,3, Baseball l,3,4, Wres-
tling 2, Lettermens Club 3,4, French
Club 3, Science l,2, Math Club l,2,3,
Student Council 3,4, National Honor
Society 2,3,4, Orators 2,3,4, Pres. 4,
Key Club 3,4, Sec. 4, EI Cia'4, Senior
Science Club l,2, Chess Club 2,3
History Club 3, UPS 3,4, Presidio 4,
German Club 4.
JA MES MILLS
Jesters 3,4, Latin Club 3,4, V-Pres. 3.
Football 4, Baseball 3.4, Lettermens
Club 3,4, French Club 4, Transferred
Science Club l.
Reflection How Alliedn
EUGENE MURRA Y
Basketball 2,3, UPS i.
Baseball l,3, Perspevlive 3.4.
Crying towel located inside on the left
ALEX NA VA RRO
Football l,2,3, Baseball I, Student
Council l,2,3,4, ASB Secretary 4.
Commissioner of Elections 4, El Cid
2, Spanish Club Z,3.4, Key Club 4,
UPS Club 3.4.
WILLIA M 0'NEILL
Track l,2,3,4, u e ou
Science Club l. Perxpec ive .
BRA NT PARSONS
Football 4, Golf 2,3,4, Lettermens
Club 2 3 4
DA VID PA LLEMON
Jester 3.4, Transferred from Saint
"A reflection is indeed no
Swimming mgr. l. Orators 2, Span-
sh Club l, El Cid l, German Club 4.
other than a mode of
memory emancipated from
the order of time and
STEVE PHA IR
BILL RA Y
Basketball l,2, Track l,2,3,4, Cross
Country 2,3,4, Lettermens Club 2,3,
Track l,2,3,4, Cross Country l.2.3.4.
League Awards Track 2, CIF Award
2, Student Council 2,3,4, Lettermens
Club 2,3,4, Spanish Club l,2,3,4,
UPS 2,3,4, Pep Band 2, EI Cid 2,
Head Cheerleader 4.
Football l,2,3,4, Basketball l. Wres-
tling 2, Baseball l,2,3,4, Lettermens
Whas in de bag goose? Eh?
KEVIN RAFTER Y
Science Club l, Math Club 2. Teach-
er Corps 4, Perspective 4, Presidio 4,
Football l,2,3,4, Goll' l, Student
Council 2, Lettermens Club 4, Histo-
ry Club 3, Key Club 3,4, V-Pres. 4.
Transferred to Uni in Sophomore
In Vain Sedate Reflections
PA UL ROSENKOETTER
Track 2,3,4, Cross Country 2,3, Let-
termens Club 3.4, Latin Club 3, El
Cid l Jesters '4
Swimming 2,3, Latin Club 3,4, Jest-
ers l,2,3,4, Sec. 3.
Wrestling 2, Tennis l,2,4, UPS 2,3,4,
El Cid l,2,3, Perspective Z 3 Jesters
Orator 2.3.4. History Club 3. UPS 4,
Jesters 3.4, German Club 4.
Baseball l, French Club l, UPS Club
2. French Club V-Pres, l.
We Would Make, When alf ur
Jesters 1.2.3.-1, National Honor So-
ciety 3.4, Per.vpet'Iii'v 3.4. El Cid 3.4.
Editor 4. Latin Club 3.4. History
Club 3. Teacher Corps 3.4.
Swimming l,2.3.4. Student Council
l.2,3,4, National Honor Society 2.3.
4. Orators l,2,3,4. Latin Club 3, Sci-
ence Club 3, Math Club 3.4, Chess
Club l,2.3, History Club 3, UPS
Club 4. El Cid 2. N.H.S. Pres. 4,
Orators V-P. 4. Science Club V-P. 3.
Math Club V-P 3. Teacher Corps 3.
Football l,2,3,4. Wrestling l.2.3.4.
Track l,2,3, Student Council l.2.3.4.
Lettermens Club l,2.3.4. Orators l.
2. UPS l,2.3,4, Key Club 3.4. EI Cid
l,2.3. .lesters l.2.3.
ASB Sgt, at Arms 4, Football l,3.
Wrestling l,2,3,4, League Awards 2.
3.4. Student Council l.2,3.4, French
Club 3. Lettcrmens Club l,2.3,4.
UPS l,2,3,4, El Cid l,2, Prexidio 4,
.lesters 2. Frosh V-Pres. Soph V-
Golf l,2,3,4, CIF Honors 3,4, Letter-
mens Club l,2,3,4, Math Club l,
Homecoming Committee 4.
MARK SHERMAN CHRIS SKINNER
Football l, Basketball l,2,3,4, Stu- F00gballmgr.3,4.UPS4.
dent Council 3,4, Lettermens 3,4,
French Club l,2,3, UPS 3,4, Key
Knowledge We Must
ake Not Snatch"
Wrestling 2,3, National Honor Socie-
ty 3,4, V-Pres. 4, Student Council 3,
4, Lettermens Club 2.3.4, Latin Club
3, Math Club l,2.
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In Thor we trust.
Swimming 4, Tennis 2,3, French
Club 3, Chess Club l. UPS 4, El Cid
3, Perspective 3,4, Senior Treas.
Football mgr. 2, Tennis 3, Letter-
mens 2,3,4, Science Club l,2, Math
Club 3,4, UPS l,2,3,4.
Science Club 2 Key Club 2 3
Golf4, U PS 4, Teacher Corps 4.
MIKE S YL VIA
Spanish Club 3.4, History Club 3,
UPS 4, Key Club 4.
GER Y TR UP
Science Club 2. Chess Club l,2,3.4.
Presidio 4, Jesters l,2,3, German
Swimming l.3. Cross Country 1.2.3.
Science Club l,2. Math Club 1.2.
UPS l.2, Key Club 2.3. German
LARR Y VOGL TA NZ
UPS 3.4. Perspective 4.
Latin Club 2, UPS 4.
UPS Club 4, .lesters 4. Transfer from
All That Reflective Memory Stores
Or Imaginative Pours Are But
Chess Club l, El Cid l. .lesters 4.
Truck 3.4. Leltermens Club 3.4,
UPS 4. Transfer from Fallbrook
Basketball l, Student Council l,
Spanish Club l.2, UPS 3,4, Key
Club 2.3, El Cid l,2,4, Perspeclive 4,
"If there had been none
then no states could
exist at all
Football l,2,3,4, Wrestling l,2,3,4,
Track 2, Prom Committee 3, Student
Council 2.3. National Honor Society
2,3,4, Lettermens Club 2.3,4, Latin
Club 3, UPS 3.4, Key Club 2.3,
N.H.S. Treas. 4.
Football l, Wrestling l, Swimming
l,2,3,4, Waterpolo 3,4, League
Awards Swimming l,Z, CIF l,2,
Lettermens Club 2 3 4
Swimming l,2.3,4. Waterpolo 3,4,
League Awards Swimming 3, Letter-
mens Club 2,3,4, UPS 3,4, Key Club
3, Prexiclio 4.
Basketball mgr. l,2,3,4, French Club
3, Presidio 4.
EDWARD ZER WEKH
DA VID ZONN
Baseball l, Swimming 2.3.4, League
Awards 2,3,4, Waterpolo 3,4,
League Awards 3,4, CIF Awards 4,
Student Council l,2, Leltermens
Club 3,4, Latin Club l,2, Spanish
Club 3, History Club 3. UPS l,2.3,4,
El Cid 2,3.
C ' Sw
Swimming l,2,3,4, League Awards
2,3.4, CIF Awards 2,3, Lettermens
Club 2,3,4, Spanish Club l, UPS l.
You and me w we're looking back right now. Sure, we're plan-
ning for the future and all that, but mostly we're looking. Looking
back to - to football games, and dances, and finals, and vacations,
and classes and f and to a milfiiet-liar things each ofus look back
On. A Vggf 4 ,ggi
Reflections - whergf H. andbfiie at ourselves, we're
aware of changes. nges since last year.
Changes since the them are obvious, oth-
ers not so obviousg e anqgythers not so good.
But we all know j We reflect in our-
selves, in each otherian y allwgcwhajngegdjl 5 ogher.
Reflections - wgseigyout xourgselves, we see just
that. Ourselves. Netonfxipfiiu stay where we
:re now, but rightiwnoyv, I up gizggjfiplizgftytgrgjghing is how we got
ere. ,. , , i , R ,
Reflections f anffiiJvheii'eX5f51r2f'gi5oh:ffOur mffror is a many sided
glass. We see ourselves as iw? gwergmgefffyore. We see ourselves as we
are now. We see ourselvesgags' iiuewxgilllfbielfzfcnflfpwijgxthe rest of our lives
we will see the lastfour yeairsfrefleftecjgxinsus, andftheyke a part of us.
Maybe the most important part . I . if ssqrg g
Reflections - -e and now it's time for that part of us to die. And our
present reflections may run together, and become fogged and ob-
scure. But we won't forget them. Ever . . .
eSteve Wiegand '69
The l968 Homecoming, even though the half-time activities at
the football game were cancelled, was the best yet at University
High School. The Homecoming itself was dedicated to the alum-
ni of University who are now in the Armed Forces. Jerry Stad-
miller, David Gonsalves, and Mike Craig are representative of
During the dance on Saturday evening, Janet Feuling was
crowned l968 Homecoming Queen by Paul Griesgraber. Includ-
ed in Janet's court were Leslie Edwards, Karen Murphy, and Gail
Cochran. Following the coronation, Janet, along with her es-
Our Queen Janet Feuling COFI Alex Navarro led all in attendance in the traditional
queens dance. Music was provided by Sandi and the Classics.
A.S.B. president Paul Griesgraber crowns Queen Janet Feuling as her court looks on.
And they danced too.
The l968 Homecoming Committee
The Queen's Dance
The "classic" form ofentertuinmenl
The Last Dance
FRENCH COMEDY BY MGLIERE
On November 29 and December l, 1968, the
Jesters presented "Tartuffe", a comedy by Mo-
liere. Directed by Merrill Harrington and featuring
Tom Stahl as the treacherous Tartuffe, the play
was deemed by some to be the Jesters finest en-
deavor. The actors were not alone in their effortsg
credit should also be extended to the various crews.
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Large attendence marked the run of "Tartuffe."
Production Mgr. .,,..r........ .
Stage Mgr. r.r.........,,.... .
. John Galletta
. . Gerry Koch
A A . Mike Ross
Mike Sinor portraying Orgon explodes in anger at Dorine
played by Sheila Burns.
Mme Pernelle .,i.ii..........,. Valerie Howe
Orgon .,,i..ii ...i..... ,.i... M i ke Sinor
Elmire .... . . . Carolyn Gallon
Damis .... Jim Crossman
Mariane ,.,. .,,,. L inda Shayes
Valere .,.. John Lutheran
Cleante . . , John Murphy
Tartuffe .,.. ..,.,, T om Stahl
Dorine ..... .i... S heila Burns
M. Loyal ..,.,, . . . Brian Sullivan
Police Officer John Galletta
Flipote .,,..,. , . . Mary Mockus
CHDCOLATE DRIVE BEST EVER
FROSH CAPTURE FIRST PLACE
All fears of a year without that beloved Chocolate Drive were
dashed on the morning of Friday December 6. After an early morn-
ing assembly followed by the distribution of Worlds Finest, the Dons
were excused from school to spend the rest of the day selling choco-
late to the inhabitants of San Diego. In class competition the Fresh-
man jumped to an early lead and eventually captured first place. The
rest of the school finished in order of Sophomores, Juniors and
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STUDE T GOVER ME
EW CONSTITUTION ENACTED
A new constitution was approved and put into effect this year. This new con-
stitution provides for the Associated Student Board of Commissioners which is
composed of ll elected representatives, the four class presidents, and presided
over by the A.S. President. The purpose of the Board is to regulate activities of
the Student Body. The second group is the Student Congress which is composed
of one representative from each homeroom and presided over by the A.S. Vice-
President. The third area of Student Government is the Inter-Club Council. The
Council is composed of representatives of each club and presided over by the
Commissioner of Organizations. The new constitution provides the individual
student and all student organizations with better representations and easier ways
to express opinions.
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Mr. David Gorsich
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A.S. President: A.S, Vice President: Commissioner of Finance:
Paul Griesgraber Rick Gilbert Chris Kane
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Commissioner of Elections: Commissioner of School Commissioner of
Alex Navarro Spirit and Traditions: Student Affairs:
Steve Boudreau 96 Greg Beck
Commissioner of Commissioner of Buildings Commissioner of
Public Relations: and Grounds: Organizations:
Mark Zecca Tom Beckman
The Inter-Club Council is com-
posed of representatives from each
recognized student organization.
The purpose of the council is to co-
ordinate the activities of each indi-
vidual organization. The president
ofthe Council is the Commission-
er of Organizations who presents
the Council's requests before the
Board of Commissioners. The
Inter-Club Council meets about
once a month.
The Student Congress is com-
posed of representatives from each
homeroom. This council initiates
the legislation that is brought be-
fore the Board of Commissioners.
The presiding officer of the Stu-
dent Congress is the A.S. Vice-
Pres. The Student Council meets
twice a month. This council is the
individual student's channel to ini-
tiate legislation. The picture at
left does not contain all represent-
atives as some homerooms had
not elected representatives at the
time of the picture.
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CHEERLE DERS 1969
I-'RONT RO W
THE "DD ETTESM
TOP ROW, KL-Rl: L. Giolzelti, M. Morris, G. Cowart, M. Straten, A. Ruesterholz. E. Cravens, T. Joliff.
K, MacCarthy, C. Guida. M. Kozak, C. Parsons, C. Geis, C. Powers, C. Hancock. BOTTOM ROW: D.
Mohn, M. Sover, D. Ross. M. Campbell, M. Woodman, L. Ferreira, L. Gonzales, M. Hirly, L. Bucha, S.
Zuniga, L, Brown, L. Paulson, D. Humphreys.
TOP ROW QL-R5 G. Cooney, F. Haas, R. Kozlowski, G. Beck, T. Stahl. S. Cox. M, Sinor, E. Pearson. J. Mehren, BOTTOM
ROW - B. Withers, M. Sebrechts. Fr. Cornelison, W. Merritt. M. Grisham, B. McCoy. S. Edmunds.
ATIO AL HO OR SOCIETY
The National Honor Society is University's elite. Its members are the backbone of Uni's excellence
in the academic, athletic, and social spheres. Its members distinguish themselves in the various other
campus organizations and athletic teams. The club's schedule is highlighted by the Spring Banquet. The
club is moderated by Fr. Cornelison.
TOP ROWQL-Rb J. Keough. J. Mockus. D. Schwartz, G. Griffin. M. McCormick, BOTTOM ROW E.
Pearson, T. Beckman. M. Reardon, W. Merritt, A. Navarro.
This year the Key Club continued its spirited promotion of all campus activities. This year a new pro-
ject was added to their agendag a school leadership banquet, which is held annually for the school aca-
demic, and athletic leaders. The club is under the direction of Fr. Wood.
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LETTER N'S CLUB
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
BACK ROW LL-RJ Steve Boudreau. Fr, O'Keeffe. Dave MaGahee.
SEA TED Janet Feuling. Theresa Beckman.
The University Pep Society, under the
direction of Father O'Keeffe, mirrors the
spirit of the University High Dons. Two
years ago the club was expanded to include
Uni's supporters from the girl's schools.
Since then the club has become not only
the most active, the largest organization on
campus. This year the club was governed
by a Board of Directors which include Ja-
net Feuling, Theresa Beckman, Steve
Boudreau. and Dave MaGahee.
ANGU GE CLUBS:
TOP ROWQL-Ry P. Vienes, J. Trujillo, R. Blatt, G. Bianco, G. Griffin, R. Vergara, G. LeBer, J. Torres, BOTTOM ff T. Beck-
man, D. Roberts, Mr. Steves, W. Leonard, T. Anderson.
Mr. Steves' sturdy band of resistance fighters have established themselves as one of the out-
standing idiomatic organizations at this school. The club is unique among Uni's organizations
in that it has members from the girl's schools. Membership to the French Club is open to all
students who are currently taking a course in French.
TOP ROWQL-RJ M. Zecca, Fr. McGray, B. Maher, BOTTOM - M. Ross, G. Koch, .I
Mills, C. Kane.
In its second year of exist-
ence at Uni, the Latin Club
has promoted interest in the
Language ofthe Caesar's.
The club sponsored a New
Year's Eve dance under the
watchful eye of Fr. Mc-
Gray, its moderator. Mem-
bership in the Latin Club is
open to all students who are
currently taking a class in
TOP ROW QLVRJ S. Wiegand. R. Ybarra, N. Colwell. G. Baugh. J. Keough. BOTTOM ROW W. Merritt. R. Salgado. A.
The Spanish Club was not as active this year as was its usual custom. Leading the
struggle to keep the faith are moderator, Mr. Martinez, and president Alex Navarro.
The club meets about once a month. Membership is open to all students who are tak-
ing a course in Spanish or who speak Spanish.
Navarro, J. Maggiora, T. Caterella.
The newly revived Ger-
man Club, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Toth. has pro-
vided a haven for the
Deutsche Fanatisch on the
University campus. This
lusty group of German stu-
dents, with their enthusi-
asm, guarantees the club a
long stay at UNI.
TOP ROW QL-R1 J. Waters, J. Halflinger, D. Vosper, M. Casey. J. Murphy. BOTTOM ROW S.
Edmunds, J. Trujillo, Mrs. Toth, G. Delperdang, J. Priest.
TOP ROW QL-RJ D. Lewis. B. Beck, K. Sweeny, B. Lynch. R. Tatum. E. Shafranski. 3rd ROW J. Barba, M. Zecca. J.
Straight, L. Brees, J. Trujillo, J. Smith. 2nd ROW G. Bianco. B. Laviolette. G. Dittenhoffer. T. Cunningham, C. LeBer,
BOTTOM ROW Mr. Wood. W. Gorse. J. Steed. D. Roberts, R. Luccaradelo, W. Naugle.
The Science Club is rapidly becoming one of the most active clubs on campus. Under the direction of
Mr. Cecil Wood, the club sponsers various speakers and movies on the various branches of science
throughout the year. Highlighting the club's activities was a field trip to one of San Diego's local radio
stations, KCBQ. Membership is open to all science students.
The Math Club has
completed its seventh
year of existence at
University. The Club
fared well in inter-
school competition in
out the county. The
club is moderated by
TOP ROW QL-RJ, G. Karlowicz, G. Beck. BND ROW QL-Rl F. Haas, J. Stevenson, J. Halflinger, J.
Keough, BQOTTOM ROW QL-RJ, S. Edmunds. E. Pearson, M. Sebrechts. R. Greenwell.
TOP ROW QL-RJ J, Lutheran. M. Sinor, P. Grind, .l. Gruber. R. Greenwell. J. Bennett. Jud ROW G. Karlowitl. F. Ueh-
birlg. D. Brophy. M. Windes. C. Sebrechts. B. Uebbing. J. Soto. T. Fisher, BOTTOM Mr. Malanga. T. Barnett. M. Se-
brechts. W. Merritt. D. Schwartz, S. Edmunds. Prof. R. Lott.
The National Forensic League, lead by Seniors Rick Schwartz, Marc Sebrechts, Wes Merritt and
Tom Barnett, continued its fine performances at various speech tournaments throughout the county and
state. The squad is under the expert coaching of Prof. Lott and Brian Thomas from USD, and Mr.
Malanga and Mr. Bickler of our faculty.
ATIONAL FGRENSIC LE GUE
TOP ROW QL-Rl M. Zecca, G. Koch, K. Raftery. S. Edmunds. G. Delperdang. J. Galletta.
BOTTOM B. Kane, M. Tobin. Mr. McGrath. T. Barnett, M. Sebrechts.
Moderated by Mr.
McGrath. the Teacher
Corps provides its mem-
bers with an opportunity
to gain teaching experi-
ence while studying var-
ious methods through the
writings of prominent
educators. Each student
is assigned to assist a
member of the faculty.
He helps by grading and
QU1 TILLIAN CIETY
TOP ROW QL-R3 D. Barba, P. Kimball, J. Flumian, C. Friedricks, M. Windes, D. Hanncock, D. Cunningham, P. Callo-
way, Fr. O'Keeffe, BOTTOM ROW J. Cunningham, F. Ellis, R. Blatt.
The much-improved Pep Band backs up the spirited Don cheering section at athletic
functions. Father O'Keeffe directed the groups efforts, crowned by a runner-up trophy
in the Old Town band competition. After a slow start the Pep Band is fast becoming a
permanent institution of University High.
T This year the Junior Varsity Football and Bas-
ketball teams were provided with the most spirited
group of J V cheerleaders ever. All year these cheer-
leaders had a perfect attendance record to all foot-
ball and basketball games, both home and away.
They were led by Junior, George Delperdang.
QL-RJ Ella Mae Gora, George Delperdang, Margaret Foote.
TOP ROWTL-Rl K. Raftery, B. Salmon. J. Barta. Jud ROW B, Kane. G. Koch, B. Sullivan. .l, Mills, .l. l.utheran. D. lfow-
ler. J. Murphy, BOTTOM ROW T. Caterella, J. Galletta. Mr. Harrington. Fr. McNally. M. Ross, C, Capples.
The Jesters club is considered by many to be one of the most dynamic and interesting groups on the
campus. Their production of "Tartul'fe" highlighted the school's fall activities calendar. Working in
close conjunction with the girls' schools a new plateau in the dramatic arts was achieved. Fr. McNally
and director Merrill Harrington led them this year.
ln its ninth year the
Chess Club has again
provided intellectual en-
joyment for its members.
During the year the
club. under Mr. Burns.
sponsored numerable in-
terschool events. Mem-
bership is open to all in-
terested students who
know the game of chess.
TOP ROW QL-RJ D. Barbal B. McCoy. K. Sweeney. E. Pearson. BOTTOM ROW Ed-
munds. M. Sebrechts. G. Trup. D. Martin.
TOP ROW QL-Rl D. Wheeler. T. McGuire. B. Bavasi. J. Galleta. P. Girard. T. Breen. End ROW B. Nus-
chak. J. Soto. R. Heimlich. S. Edmunds. R. Greenwell. B. Burson. BOTTOM D. Haran. T. Barnett, W.
Merritt. Mrs. Conlon. G. Downs. S. Weigend.
Uni's newspaper was moderated this year by Mrs. Conlon. Rick Schwartz was editor,
and diligent efforts by an active staff made this year's EL CID one ofthe best in memory.
Several new columns were introduced, such as "Write-In." "Potpourri," "Mini-View"
and Wes Merritt's unforgettable "Sports Views." Rick Hiemlich deserves much credit for
making EL CID a success.
TOP ROW QL-R3 L. Gonsalves, M. Naugle. G. Karlowciz. 2nd ROW G. Koch. J. Galleta. K. Raftery. M.
Rolan. R. Greenwell, M. Windes. BOTTOM ROW 1 D. Haran. B. Naschak. G. Downs. Mr. Scherer. S. Wie-
gand, B. O'Niel.
Writer's Inc. publishes Perspective, the school's biannual literary magazine. Editor Greg Downs
and Moderator Mr. Richard Scherer directed the selection of materials submitted by the student
YE RBGOK FF
TOP ROWQL-R3 J. Merhen. P. Day. R. Ybarra. N. Colwell. B. Withers. D. Mickulanis. K. Raftery, G. Baugh. Jud ROW
G. Koch. B. McCoy. Mr. Hiel. S. Wiegand, T. Breen.
This year, the yearbook staff enacted many
changes in the production of Presidio 1969. The most
evident change is in the design of the cover. This is
the first year that the school seal has not been used
on the cover itself. This years cover was designed by
Terry Sexton. The dedication of this book to Father
Serra is also unique. In past years, the book was ded-
icated to a member of the school faculty. The color
picture used on pages 2 and 3 is the work of the
staffs photography editor, Greg Downs. Brian
McCoy was editor in chief. and Kevin Colwell was
assistant editor. The staff is under the direction of
BACK ROW LL-Rl R. Yochim. E.
Quiroga, M. Grisham, G. Trup. Den-
nis Mickulanis, FRONT ROW T.
Breen, B. McCoy. S. Wiegand. NOT
PIC'TL"RED G. Downs. S. Boud-
reau. K. Raftery. G. Koch. K. Colwell.
Junior Moderator: Father Hen- 1 9
Junior Omcers: fL-Rl John Rice, Tom Balestrieri, Dennis Casey, Steve Cox
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