University of San Diego High School - Presidio Yearbook (San Diego, CA)
- Class of 1979
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HHELLS BELLS" BY we Of '18
Bell rings. Bell rings. .
Students hustle and bustle to get to class. Back to class.
Tardy bell rings. Just one more class.
Teacher takes roll. Math is boring.
Class begins. Love letters and poems are written.
Students are bored. Chit-chat begins. Teacher's slightly raised voice wakes you up.
Teacher yells. Time to go.
Bell rings. Bell rings.
Bell rings. Bell rings.
Lunch time! Time to leave.
Brown baggers and machine buyers are all around. Time for work or homework or play.
Students relax. Dinner time!
The sun shines and sea gulls. . .well, you know. Date time.
Time disappears. Bed time.
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President, . .Brian Anderson
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Secretary. , .Karen
Brian Anderson led the ASB Cabinet through a suc-
cessful year under the guidance of Mr. Galindo. With
hard work and determination, the ASB brought
greater organization to our student government and
encouraged a new spirit in social activities.
Girl's Federation President. . .Theresa Fischer
Boy's Federation President. . .Bill Thomas
Coordinator of School Activities. . .Joan Beeson
Director of Social Affairs.. .Linda North
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Coordinator of Religious Activities. . .Whitney
Mr. Joe Galindo
Dir. of Service, Spirit, and Director of Public Relations. . .David Zepf
Traditions. . .Stacie Brentano
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We've got spirit, how about you?
Classes competing for the spirit mug,
Juniors caught the spirit bug.
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Homecoming Queen. . ,Jayme Bngnell
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Senior Princess. . .Kay Keller
Escort. . .Michael Robbins
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"Lee"-"Flip", four year cheerleader, pen-
nants and pillow cases, cheerleading
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leaders provided the spirit
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wards ClF. Headcheer-
leader Karen Eckberg and
co-head, Lee Selis, led
their squad with cheers,
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fans, hell week, cheerlead-
ing camps, Homecoming.
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"Lori"-"Midge", Camp 78,
with friends, early practices,
Charity Bowl, always smiling,
loves my friends.
freshman cheerleading, 43,
cheerleading camp 78.
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mer camp 78, never on time
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1. Prettiest Hair. . .Pat Connors, Lisa Alban-
2. Prettiest Smile. . .Michele Codinha, Rick
3. Prettiest Eyes...Jeri Allenbach, George
4. Most Talented... John Herrero, Barbara
5. Most Spirited.. .Lee Selis, Roger Devenys
6. Deserted Island Companion. . .Theresa .
Tarantino, Ray Stuberg
7. Best Dressed. . .Vickie Youhouse, Alan De-
8. Loudest Mouth. . .Diedra Gomes, Norman
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0. Most Athletic . .Theresa Fischer, Dave
1. Biggest Flirt, . ,Joan Deryckere, Ken
2. Best Physique!Figure A , .Nate Porlas,
3 Cutest Couple Lee Selis. Rick Balelo
4. Most Likely to Succeed Brian An--
erson, Jessica Watson
5. Most Innocent . Sue Cody, John Sar-
6. Best Personality Linda North, Dan
Thus it was
l am berng drrven forward
Into an unknown land
The pass grows steeper
A wmd from my unknown goal
Strrs the strrngs
Stull the question
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We await the spring,
Ready to fly
To test our wings.
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Nourisned by hopes and
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"Buster" .,, Senior head floor
DB., MF., MH., L.S., V.N., Mr.
Found at Senior stairs and off campus
will remember J.R., V.L., and KP.
Mr. A Vogue Mag., Hollywood.
Swiss Colony, Van Man loves
Craig My very special friends ...
Mr. Ruzika and no burritos ..
"The Cuban". . .Wrestling, tennis
. . .found all over. . .will remember every
one ... Fr. LaRiv, Mr. Beswick-
...searches, prom, being a frosh. . ,loves
friends, girls, sports, God.
"A Wild and Crazy Guy". .. frustrated by
teachers, homework and old jokes, esp.
his. , CSF, NSF, SNL. . .talent show '78,
unProm '78, Junior year, Homecoming
78. . .Rock 81 Roll. . friends.
DARLENE GALE ARMSTRONG
"Uni Pep", . ,Rep Club, Track. . .Will re-
member driving Sr. float at Homecoming
'78, run throughs, off campus lunch,
Search, T.R.ing, b-days, cream pies, note
"Red". . .Wildlife Rescue Club. . .found
with friends. . .V.M., S.G., P. 84 PC.. .. Wil-
lie, Brother John, Mr. Ramos. . .loves to
travel.,.Thanks and love to Mom and
VICTOR E. AVILA
Found by locker. , .L.A., D.G.. J.H., E.W.,
L.B., "Oh the Shark bites". . .future plans-
at the studio. , .loves girls- 36-24-36.
REGINA E. BADILLO
"Gina" "GeGe B.' '... found driving my
car, the bench by my locker. . .M.L., SD.,
T.E,, C.V .... Miss Mauro, Mr. Praxel, Mr.
Minor. . .love my mom, bestfriends, Patty
RICHARD G, BALELO
"Tunaman", . . Football, Basket-
ball. . .S.P., J.B.. . .Coaches Serrano,
McCormick, Casciato, Ramos...C.l.F.
Baseball '78, Prom '78,..frustrated by
Lee, , .loves Lee, family, friends.
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LISA MICHELLE BEDORE
Swim team, Jesters. . .found by swimming
pool, Nanette, Mary, Karen, Anne. . .Sr.
Leonard. , .chocolate milk and cheese
puffs. . .loves friends, swimming.
BRENNA ELAINE BAYNARD
"Bren". . .Badminton, Track, CSF. , .K.W.,
CD., A.K.,, . .Gurr, LaRiv., Prather. . .frus-
trated by freshmen. . ."Say Hey" "What's
Up?". . .loves God, Mama and Dad,
"Jackson". . Track, Stats, ASB. . .Slippin'
and Slidin', F.L,'s and F.G.'s Home-
coming 78. Jogging with Jim frus-
trated by ASB . . loves God, Family, J.P.,
friends, the sun.
LORI KATHERINE BERGERON
Bowling Club, JA, Search. , .found wander-
ing. . .B.B., KB., H.C., T.A.. . ."lt doesn't
pay to search for things that please in life,
the most pleasing things come unexpect-
Volleyball, Softball,...the S.M.B.'s, CD.,
K.S., BB .,.. "Yes, there are two paths
you can go by, but in the long run-there
is still time to change the road you're on."
"To have a beach house in Maui and a
chateau in Switzerland and a dyno Ferrari.
Endless cases of Lowenbrau dark, and
most of all to have excellent friends like I
JAYME LYNNE BIGNELL
"Jayge", . .O-O-S, O-O-B. . .Bald Bes ...
Homecoming 78. . ."l've had some of my
best times here at Uni and l've met so
many really neat people, I'lI always re-
member you, Uni."
KATHLEEN MARY BOYCE
"Kath' '... will remember friends of
78. . .PSA's. . .wants to be a teacher and
live in Colorado ..."lf we weren't all crazy
we'd all go insane' '.,. Jimmy Buffett.
Racquetball, . .found all around. ,, M.C.,
L.W., NP., L.T .... having fun with the nuts-
...loves family, friends, weekends-
...plans to go to college and work.
"Brownie" . . Swimming, Water
Polo. . .will remember Mr. Gorsich, Mr.
Araiza, the Lumberjacks. . ."The secret to
success is hard work". . .wants to sky dive
and go to USC.
BUI THI XUAN HUONG
"Whoong". . .found in the library. . .will
remember Erika, the Vietnamese group.
Mrs. Lilly. . ."I don't understand". , .loves
most: freedom, nieces, nephews and
STACIE ELIZABETH BRENTANO
"Spacy Stacie"... "Howdy-Dowdy- Cu-
tie?' '... Mr. Galindo, ASB, Jr. year, Jest-
ers, Easter eggs from M.P., Searches-
..."Take care my friends, there will al-
ways be a place in my heart for you."
ELIZABETH J. BURNETT
"Bebe," "Bets' '.., 4324 Volleyball, Bas
ketball. . .SMB's, Tree Huggers, Studs..
Search '77, 78. , .Fr. Pat, Gorslch
McCormick, Ahh, McGrath ...loves sun
sets, family, friends.
ERIN K. BURNS NANETTE iviARiE BUTLER UNDA JO CABOZ
"B"...Tbe lmmoral Film Club ...Diana, Badminton, Softball, Basketball, Bowling, .Farrah--4 ' -Tammy' Denise' Donna'
Fugi, Roger, Greg. . .Mr. McGrath, . .Prom Jesters. . .L.B., MR., CS., M.T., D.C., Diana- U MS. Kassebauml ' -frustrated by
'78, Grad Nite, "War Games". . .beefy tos- C.G., V.S .,,. Ms. Rosa, Ms. Prather- gossipersu I yyouire My Everything'
tadas. . .loves God, close friends, Tony. ...Searches, Prom.. .loves family, V 'loves Nobbyy family' friends. I 'June
fnendsi me- Engagement, December Wedding.
PATRICK JOSEPH CAHILL
"Pat' '... main office, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
wards, the wnole office staff. . Sr. Leon-
ard, Mrs. Kassebaum. . .Future plans-
President of my own firm. . .travel to Ire-
"Tari", "Squirlly", "Space Cadet". . .will
remember those eyes. , .frustrated by
one way streets. . .pizza and beer, "l'm so
confusedl' '... loves Marty, puppies, yel-
JOSEPH ANTONIO CARINI
MICHELLE JEANNICE CHARTIER
"Mish' '... Racquetball Club, Year-
book. . .L.T., L.W., Y.D., M.D., D.T.,
S.S.,. . .Mr. Galindo, Mr. Araiza. . .Charity
Bowl. . .loves family, friends, God, the
beach, . .thanks Dad.
DIANE C. CLARK
Jesters. . .Mary, Nanette, Lisa, Laura-
...loves family, friends. . .Hold fast to
dreams, For if dreams die, Life is a broken!
winged bird that cannot fly.
MICHELE MARIE CODINHA
VoIleyball...L.N., PL., M.S., K.J., M.J?,
DB., J.W., Sr. Dolores, Mr. Serrano, Mr.
Craig, Mr. Tibbs. . .Prom 78, good times
with Frank. . ."What a crack up!". . .loves
family, beach, opposite sex.
SUSAN DOROTHY CODY
"Susie", . .W.R.C., Searches. ., MP.,
J.C., D.C., D.A., V.R. ...Mr. Gorsich, Mr.
GREGORY A, CQDY Collins, Mr. Casciato, Mr. Spring, Mr. Bes-
Science Club, Rocket Club' Wrest- wick, Mr. Araiza. . .loves the Christian At-
img. . ivir. Gorsich. . .u.c.s.o. m0SDhG-fe here- cHRisToPHER CHARLES coHN
KATHRYN PAULINE COLEMAN
THERESA ANNE CONKLlN
Julie, P.S,A,, , ,Mr, Praxel, Mr, Ramos
...Crazy Days, Crazy Nights, Summer at
Catalina, . .loves family, friends, rainbows
, . ,to live in paradise, far away in another
"Polly", , .Badminton ,.,Melinda, Karla,
Doug, Steve, Shell. . ,Mr, Ramos, Mr, Bes-
wick. , ,Homecoming 77, Illinois Boy-
,,,Sylvestor Stallone, skiing, Mazatlan
and Europe, To my family and friends: I
love you much,
GEORGE PATRICK CONNERS
"Pat' '... Football, 371, , ,found by the
wall and in the weigntroom, , ,Sophomore
year, , .frustrated by Uni parties, ,, IRHS-
,loves mom, family, friends, and God.
"Sandy", , ,found by stairs, , ,R,V,, J,P.,
A.M,, J,B., Mrs. Gorsich, , ,will remember
Nov, 11 party V,V, ,,, frustrated by
Ruzicka ,,, loves family, friends, Bart, and
MARY LOUISE CONNOLLY
"Mary", , ,found on stairs, , ,Martha, Car-
la, Bebe.,,"tree huggersu, "Puds" and
"Studs" foreverl, , ,Fr, Pat, Ms, Mauro-
, , .loves God, family, friends., , "Friends,
I will remember you!" '
GERALD M. COX
"Gerry". . .Wrestling. . .found by my lock-
er...G.C., G.D., J.D., R.M., Mr. Gorsich
Dundas... dances and other activities-
...frustrated by crowded lockers.
BROOKE KRISTIN CULBERTSON
"Rat". . .found in my truck-cruzen-
...lunch with A.T., J.G., L.D.. . .Miss Rosa,
Mr. Ramos. . .Prom '78, Homecoming
'77. . .31 flavors, "Oh yummy". . .loves
family, eating, going to parties. . .March
PETER THOMAS CROM
"Pete". . .found on courtyard benches
...Anne Marie, Vic, Steve, . .Fr. LaRiv.,
Ms. Rosa ...Choc. Chip Cookies, "Look
lady' '... future plans-college ...loves the
outdoors, family friends. . ,thanks mom,
Soccer, CSF. . .found over the wall, 7 St.
Del Mar... P.G., P.C., D.S. ,... frustrated
by girls. . .plans to go to college. . .to ski
Tahoe, Sweden. . .thanks mom, dad, and
"Greg 'does it' Daly"...Ms. Mauro, Ms.
Niethus. . .frustrated by taking the bus-
...Chocolate Chip Cookies, N.B.
BRANT ROBERT DAVIS
Margarita, Martha, Evan, "A friend is
someone who, when you let go, comes
back,",,, Search, French, Jes-
ters. . ."Why does that always happen to
me?' '.,, Thanks Mom, Dad.
EVA MARIE DEMEYER
Janet, Brant, Margarita, Andrea...Mr.
Shelburne, Mrs. Chaillou, Search '77,
Prom '78 .,.loves skiing, God, family,
JOAN MARIE DERYCKERE
"Little Wave", . .Tennis team. . .found on
the stairs with a few guys. . .V.T., KH.,
W.C ..,. Do You Know Where You're Going
To?. . .plans to be on the cover of
JESSE GONZALES DEMESA
Baseball, Bowling. . .Mr. Thomson, Gor-
sich, Miss Niethus ...Search . .frustrated
by flat on 8. . .ice cream, pizza. .. loves
ALAN CHRISTOPHER DEVALL
"A.D.". . ,Frosh football, J.V., Varsity Bas-
ketball, '78 C.l.F. Baseball. . ,frustrated by
females, homework. . .Thanks to teach-
ers, friends and family.
ROGER PHILLIPE DEVENYNS
Basektball, Lunch Pail Club, Sr. Pres.,
AMFC. , Lumberjacks, Mac, B., Tiny Danc-
er. .. Sr. J., Mr. G., Mr. A. . .7-11-78, Tal-
ent Show, Search '78,. .. "Monty Python
lives!", . .loves family, special friends.
THERESA MARY DEVLlN
"Terry", . .found in the CC Center...
K.M., J.T., JF. . .Mr. A., McCormick-
,. . .Prom '78, MM '78, .. Beatles, Boston-
...loves family, friends, and
Hollywood. . .Thanks Uni for all the good
CAROL JEAN DIEDERICH
"Carol". . .eating with Karen and Janet-
...Barb, Joe S., Joe C. .. Mr. A.V., Mrs.
Gorsich. . .Prom '78, The S.M.B.'s, Nov. 4,
'77, 4513, "Just the way you are.". . .loves
Mike, family, friends, parties ... Thanx
"Mike" ...Wrestling . .found in front of
the gym. , .Coach Napier, Mr. Gorsich, Mr.
Steves. . .Mexican, Italian food. . .loves
good friends, backpacking, and good food.
"B.W.D.". . .Ski bums. . .found on the
bench ...Susie, Melinda, Joni, Karen, Pol-
ly, Charlyri, Leslie, Karla, Renee, Elsa, Sal-
ly, Abel. . .Father Pat. . .Search '78,
friends. . .Cheap Trick. . .loves Susie.
JANE MARIE DUFFlE
Four crazy years with Erin... snow skiing
for the first time...loves chicken, chil-
dren, the ocean, mountains, Janet
'tSchvveuk," and family...loves Charlie
DONALD E. DUPEE
CHUKKA Soccer, Tennis, Track
Q ...S.M., B.A. Mr. Shafranske, Mr.
Araiza, Mr. Warren. . .good friends at Uni-
, . .loves God, Rose, family, friends. ,. To
all my friends-thanks!
YVONNE LAURA JOAN DURAN
Racquetball Club. . .N.P., L.W., L.T.,
F.M. . Sr, Mary, Mr. Beswick. , .Halloween
'78 ..."OI-say, now this is what we're going
to do!' '... loves God, nature, family and
TERESA LYNN EKNO
"Vogue". . .Men watchers. . .found in the
bathroom or at the machines, . .Ma-
donna, Anne, Bathroom gang. . .Mr. Bes-
wick. . .friends . .frustrated by my car-
...Diet 7 Up. . .loves guys, family. . legs.
STEPHAN ANTHONY ERBACHER
"Etienne", .. Basketball, tennis,
CSF . . ,watching RV. and J.B. . .The
WCSB gang. . ,Mr. Gorsich. . .frustrated
by Arabs driving war wagons and black
stangs. . .loves women.
ANNE MARIE EVATT
"Annie". . .The Dance Studio. . .Mrs.
Prather and Fr. La Riviere. . .Loves RDM3
My family ... Wants to goto Europe
Thanks Mom and Dad.
"Chuck". . .VoIIeybaII, Basketball, Soft-
ball. . .found on the stairs. , .l'll remember
the four year gang, RG., P.C,, T.W. . .Mr.
McCormick. . .Loves friends, family, Karl.
KEVIN EGAN EWERS
"Farmer". . Football, Track. . .Senior
year. .. frustrated by Freshmen. . .plans
to go college. . .loves freedom. I
FRANCIS D. FENNESSEY
"Frankie"...Soccer, Track, W.C.S.G.
Club. . .Watching RV. and JB., RM.,
C.M., N.H., N.M., D.D., SE., S.L...Mr,
Gorsich. . .Roving Arabs in War-Wagons
JEFFREY FEE ...loves Tan Pinto's, F.F.M. ADRIAN FERRER
"Flibitus" .., Math Club .., Physics Lab
Rich Pilsl, Pete Macareg, Whitney
W ,..' 'All I need is a little help from my
friends". . .loves God. farnily, friends-
.. wants to rob a bank.
THERESA ANN FISCHER
"Fish" ...Volleyball Basketball, Jr. Pres,
78-79...C.E., BB., RG., MR., J.S.,
JB PCCMK CR JL KE "Dan
CATHERlN E FOX
..loves surfing with Rudy and 37.
MICHELE L. FUGER
"Eggie". . ."Sugie". .. Volleyball. . .Sen-
ior Head...D.G., L.A., SM., SS., BB..
Lara, Tree huggers...Ioves Morn,
Dad, Family ,... wants to attack Mr. Cas-
MARK A. GEORGE
"Frenchy". . . Basketball, Soccer,
Track. , .Smitty's, Miramar Gym. . .T.N.,
J.M., C.V,, R.M., S.T.,. . ,Mr. Gorsich, Fr.
La Riv, Mr. Dundas, . .Prom 78. .. Wants
to be in the U,N.. . .Thanks Mom and Dad,
"My friends, take it easy."
KATHY LYNN GLUM
...will remember Marilyn, J.T., L.T., T.D.,
KM., J.F. .. "That's life". , ,loves Mike,
God, family, friends, and the M's. . .always
wanted to burn rubber.
"Larry' '... Search 78. .. Sophomore
year. . .Mrs. Gorsich. . .frustrated by UNI
parties, ., I.R.H.S ..,, lunch with C.J., H.Y.,
S.K. . .shelI. . T69 Mustang ...loves Caro-
lyn, family, friends and God.
"Dee Balls' '... Loudest Mouth '78, . .Little
Sr. Dolores, Coach Strange and Fr. Lan-
phier. . .found in girls powder room danc-
ing and singing. . .future plans-a Holly-
STUART D. GIMBER
Wrestling, . .will remember all my friends
and the friendly people at Uni...would
love to sail to Tahiti.. .future plans-UCSD
"Thanks Mom and Dad for every-
"Dimples". . .Swimming 76. . .Yolanda
Leianne, C.L., D.R., Big T, Mr. Beswick, all
my friends. . .3-31-78, 6-2-78, Homecom-
ing 77, Search, W! C.L. "Special thanx
Mom and Dad".
CHARLES PAUL GONZALEZ
HMHCHV' 'A parking 'ms' ' 'C'W" MP" "Chuck" will remember Barb G Victor
V.-Y-i Am' Be'g'e' 'V'-Ry W-D4 Q 'SafU'daY A., Lori B., JH., De., Le. . .loves family
nites never s ent. . Carol, I lost my
belt!" "Who?" "Who cares?" M.J.G.
MARY ELIZABETH GOODE
"Babes", . .found most with Jim... Spirit
Week '77, May 29, Sr. Dolores and Ms.
Leto future plans - college loves
family, horses and Jim.
Party Hill, Rush, the machines. .. will re-
member Del Nlar, 7th St. . .frustrated by
fences. . .would like to ski Tahoe-
..."?Donde esta mamasita?"
BARBARA JEAN GOURLEY
...Perspective El Cid, Badminton, Chor-
us. . .Lumberjacks forever, the Un-Prom,
Talent Shows...Ioves music, curly hair,
my crazy family. . .M. Cool and the Gang-
friends and traveling. , .would like to sky
"Stevo". . .M.W., D.D., KB., D.K. . .Fruit
Fights of '76 ...Van Halen, the Cars
"Shattered". . .Lowenbrau dark. , .Wind
and sea, Pomas. . .Iife's the same except
for my Shoes". . .to ski the Alps, BMW's.
JO RE GREENWOOD
JULIE ANN HAISHA
Frustrated by slow drivers. . .found at
foosball tables. . .fun times with Evelyn W.,
R.V., J.B., V.A., C.G., RG., O.N., C.F..
D.H. ,,.. "Whatever turns you on!"
loves family, friends, God, and my special
love to .lim B.
NORMAN W. GROSS
"Norm, Normanski, Norrnanovich"
...Waterpolo, Swimming. . .Lumberiacks,
J.R., T.C., M.B...Araiza Ms. Mauro, Mr.
and Mrs. Gorsich. . ."The Who are you?"
...times with friends. . .to fly.
STACY ANNE HADLEY
DIANA MARIE HAMMER
International Club, Racquetball. .Senior
Wall Fr. La Riv, Mr. Beserk, Herr
Steves Ants in the lockers "Let's
GOI' '... USD..,"Thank goodness l've
NICOLA T. HANNA
"Aarab." and "Nick the Nose" ...football
off campus. . .N.M., S.L., C.S., C.T .,
K.K. . .Mr. Gorsich, Fr. Lanphier. . .Ski
Beach. . ."Pass out the towels in the girls
ALISA LEE HESLOP
"Sam UF. Cottonballsw. . . Head
Gang. . .Mrs. Fil, Araiza, Shafranske, Leto,
LaRiv. , .Charity Bowls, tardies, schmoos,
crazy people, 4 ,loves Richard and moun-
JOHN Vi HERRERO
Perspective, Lunch Pail Club, Jesters, Ms.
Leto Fan Club... front office, chasing peo-
ple. . .Dons Robot crew. , .Talent Show
'78, CLumberJack Scandalj, , ,Cl'iaiIIou,
PAUL CHARLES HUSS
"Poad Husser". , .Concerts. . .Frank Fau-
doa, Kris Behra, Kay Keller. . .Ski Beach-
...frustrated by girls, .. Loves
friends. . ."l LOVE YOU MOM AND DAD!"
ANNETTE THERESA IZIDORO
"Tia Net". . .J.V. Cheerleader, J.V. Scor-
er, Talent Show '76. . .P.T., G.Y., D.J., J.l.,
RS., C,T. . .Homecoming '77, Search
'77. . .Love my parents, God, and Paula.
MICHAEL J. JACOBELLY
"Mike". . .found in my car. . crab, lobe
ster, loud and classical music. . .plans to
go to San Francisco. , .loves playing the
JOSEPH JARDIN NEIL JOLLIFFE
ROBERT ALAN .IONDALL"lVlilton" ,.
"Bob Biceps" Football, Wrestling
Track . .. RB, L.N., GD., R.S., V.T., .l.B.
BAT., C.T., loves God, parents, Becky
friendship and togetherness.
PATRICIA ANN JUNGERS
"Patti" found with Michelle PSIL,
MSS, KSLI, M8tJ, DAB, J.Mc, DSM '76
Prom, Charity Bowl '78 Chocolate
Chip Cookies loves beach and boys.
ANNE CATHERINE JUREK
Jesters Laura, Nancy, Lisa loves
family, individuality, God "Happy are
those who dream dreams and are ready to
pay the price to make them come true."
BARBARA ANN KASIMATIS
"Barb" ... found with my friends, by the
stairs Janet, Karen, Carol, the gang,
K.A., Rhea, Sandy frustrated by wak-
ing up, homework ,., loves God, the sun,
KATHLEEN MAUREEN KELLER
"Kay" Svvenson's Goon Gang, L.
Yam, Linda Baby and Friends, Husser
'tBes " ... "Gay and Kary" ,,. loves par-
ents, Gary, beach, mountain air
Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you.
"Kissinger" ... found riding my RD 4000
... Berry Mugwath . . . fruit fights ,.. frus-
trated by boring teachers .. . loves girls,
motorcycles, drag racing ,.. wants to
race the Baja 1000.
ARNE S. KNUFMAN EARL KOFLER
"Pizza maker" Soccer Me and Football Manager, Photography Staff
Maureen Search, not when the surf's Mr. Ramos for "Circa, Circa", Rudy Cas-
up, Construction Co frustrated by ciato frustrated by tooo much home-
kooks, kneeboarders .., wants to drive a work ,.. loves cooking, fishing, outdoors
turbe Carrera. wants to dive. ED KOFLER
Swimming. . .found in library... Angie,
Shelley. . .frustrated by Algebra. . .HBO-
Iogna!". .. "I don't get it"...love my fa-
mily. . .wants to have confidence.
Four insane years with Jane. . .Prom '78
with someone very special...Thanks
Mom, Dad, Beth, Monica, Jane, Arne,
Frank, Chris, Sam for all the special
KATHLEEN ELLEN LANTRY
"Kathy". . .Katoni rituals. . .hanging
around ...Head Gang, DP., S.M., A.H.,
K.M., J.C., S.A...Sr. Dolores, .I.W., Mr.
McGrath, Mr. Thoennes. . .frustrated with
freshmen. .. loves Bill, mountains. . .fu-
ture plans-be a graphic artist.
MARTHA ELIZABETH LARA
Searches '78 with tree-huggers...McC
school of passing...SB 79, "I care"
...D.M,, N.P., Fish, FRC., B.D....MM and
TT good times with Carla and Mary.
THOMAS MICHAEL LOPEZ
PETE M. MACARAEG JR.
"Petie". . .Track, Cross Country, Rac-
quetball ...J.W., W.C., M.G., A.A..
T.R. . .Mr. Marcus. , .Searches, laughing,
Junior year . .. loves God, family, friends'
future plans-to become a business
FRANCESCA MARIE NIACIAS
"Francie", .. l'm serious. . .Senora Hiel-
. . .Charity Bowl '75, 343. . .The moments
may have been temporary, but the memo-
ries are forever. .. Thanks Pop, Mom y
MARK LAWSON MACKENZIE
El Cid editor, football. . .Lumberjacks, the
B.S. four. . .Mr. B., Sister D., Mr. G, Araiza-
...Ioves smiling, writing, and silent mo-
ments. . .Thanks Mom and Dad.
GABRIEL MANUEL MAGANA
"Gabe' '.., B block...Ms. Leto, Mr. Bes-
wick, Miss Niethus...friends from Uni,
Searches, Prom '78, Uni... loves family,
friends, God...our boat, Lake Havasu
S.T.N.R. . ,found most often in the back of
school, . .S, P, M, N. . .frustrated by
teachers, J.W. .. Rock 'n Roll, . .loves
Will remember J.B., V.G., RU., and S.C. ..
loves family, R.E., A.W. . .Thanks Mom and
Dad for all you have given me.
DAWN A. MAFFUCCI
"Fugi, Turkey, Weirdo, or ??? . .score-
keeping baseball. .. the wall. . .E.K.,
Diana, gang from wall. . .BB team winning
CIF ...Serrano, Corky, . .loves God, par-
ents and roses.
RICHARD WILLIAM MANSUR JR.
"Wheels Mansur".,. Soccer, Ten-
nis,..W.C.S.G. gang, S.E., C.M., N.M.,
N.H., F.F., C.S., S.L., D.D...Mr. Gorsich-
...loves hamsters, gerbils and para-
keets. . .SDSU.
NICHOLAS J. MARTIN
"Nick". , .Mr. Gorsich. . .frustrated by
people in general. . .Heineken and other
quality beer, . .loves ocean, sunsets, soli-
tude. . ,wants to live in Montana, B.C.
SHELLEY R. MARTIN
"Shell", . .Pep Club... Angie, Caro-
lyn,. . .Mr. Dundas, Sr. Joanne. . .will re-
member talent shows, dances, gradnite
'77. , .loves parents, friends, Joey. . .al-
ways wanted to ski.
"Babs". . .Gene, B.S., CP., M.Y., EW. ..
Ms. Rosa,..remember dances, friends,
good times, Charity Bowls ...loves ap-
ples, friends. . .Thanks Mom and Dad for
.. 4 .S
'k K A . 3
DAVID JON MARTINEZ
"Sidewinder". . .N.P., P.T., KS., C.D.,
Nl.W., C.T. , .Lanphier, Wargo ...Baseball
'78. . ."How goes it". . .loves friends, fame
ily ...The Snake and Sidewinder strike
ANGELA BARBARA MAURICIO
"Smange" .., Cheerleading, Jr. class Sec
off campus,..T.T., J.P., J.B., L.N.,
K.K., Senior Studs,..l wish the class of
79-love, luck, and laughter throughout
ROBERT SCOTT MAXWELL
"Scotty" . .. football, track. . . R.S., G.R.,
V.G., D.M., N.P.,C.T. . ,frustrated by look-
ing at the world upside down. . .loves par-
ents, friends, God.
ANDREW D. lVlCCLlNTOCK
"Andy". . ,Kevin Field, Tim and Jon
Brause, Stewart Girnber. . .Nlrs. Leto-
...frustrated by Psychology, Praxel's re-
flection papers. . .after high school plans
to go back East.
LESLEE MARIE MCFARLAND
Found on the stairs and in the RMB
B.W., Beth, S.M., F.F., D.C. being with
Billy and Dino at OJ. ... "What a trip!" ...
loves M., D., K., E., C., A., B. me and
Badminton A.S., SP., C.M., P.J.
Mr. Beswick, Mr. Craig good times
with friends loves family, friends, Bri-
an, Chivos, food "Miss You".
KATHLEEN ANN MCMANUS Katey ,
"Mac" found everywhere Big T.,
J.T., J.F., L.T., K.G., M.V,, S.M. Terry
Devlin, Magic Mtn. 79 frustrated by
rules ... Steve Martin ... loves Tory and
MARIE JACQUELINE MCFADDEN
'Jackie T.F., M.F., C.l., J.C., l.L.,
M.H., frustrated by Tammie's driving
loves Mara, family, Ireland, friends, parties
Thanks Mom and Dad for everything.
GREGORY T. MCMORROW
ln a daze "You know, there are so
many mountains to climb, once you get
through the hills, feel the awe movin'
round you, when you're windblown still."
ROXANNE C. MCNEAL
"Roxie" L.S., M.M., O.G., D.L., C.V.,
J.M., M.G., P.C. Mrs. Edwards, Mrs.
Leto, Father LaRiv loves Nannie and
Nunnie munching out ,,. live and let live.
JOSE CRUZ MEDINA
Cross Country, Track and Field J.H.,
R.M., M.G., RB., L.S., C.V., C.J. loves
my truck, van, Mom and Christina
"What's up?", 'IDon't be a party poop!"
"Chris" .,, Tennis ... the W.C.S.G. .,.
Mr. Gorsich, Mr. Vice, Mr. Araiza, Ms, Leto
loves friends, Porsches, Fosters and
money future plans-UCSD "Fiats
"Storrnan Norman" El Cid R.D.,
D.A., N.H., J.A., C.S. Gorsich and
Araiza ... Ians to attend the U. of Arabia
"God loves you all-that's for the re-
Veterinary Explorer Post will remem-
ber all my friends, hours wasted in library,
soaking wet Magic Mountain ,., loves con-
certs Thanks to Mom and Dad for
CATHERINE ALICE MOONEY
"Cathie" the gang, SS., S.P., D.O.,
A.S. ... Mr. Beswick ...frustrated by T.S.
and dieting .,. loves peanut butter,
chocolate chip cookies, family and life ...
DANIEL JAMES MOORE GARY R, MOORE Tl-IERESA MOORE
Football, Soccer, Foreign Language Club, Will remember the relationship between "Bubbles" Bowling . ,. Illegal Alien ..
Math Club ... found most on crutches ,.. waste and time ... frustrated by the prin- Rosalie, Rosary's old gang ... J.W.W.
loves pizza, beer, parties, hot dogs and ciples of lite loves "the things I can't J.A.M., Willy good times at Uni ..
Padre games ,.. Julie. have" ... future plans-Harvard Law Mom and friends ... wants to run to Jim
School, mie's without stopping.
BRIAN CHRISTOPHER MOORHOUSE
Basketball, Track last year's seniors
,.. Mr, Gorsich .,. Good times ,.. pass-
ing drills . .. Deep Purple, Sabbath, Zeppe-
lin Kayak the entire San Diego River.
"Moran" Nannette, Carol, Monica,
Marg, Barb frustrated by blue book
tests Rosanne Rosanna Danna
sunsets, being bananas "I love you
Uni, and thanks for the best years of my
DANIEL JOSEPH MORRILL
Frosh Baseball ... on my stairs watching
... kool and the gang ,.. Mr. Gorsich, Mr.
Casciato .,, Ski Beach, Halloween '78 ...
A. lzidoro's watch "OMF", "l'll pass"
SILVIA MARIA MUNOZ
Track "Head Gang" L.H., K.L.,
DP., K.M, Leto, Dundas, Sr. Dolores
.,. gettin' busted by J.W. ... Italian food
N.Y. City Saint Bernards get
KATH RYN MA Rl E OTTO
"Kassie" Jesters, Basketball H.S.,
Mary, Sr. Sara ... S.C.F. ... crazy times,
kidnap notes ... loves God, family, laugh-
M.P., T.W., 2 J.W.'s, "the group"
ing and California.
"Vicki" and "my punk" on grass with
A.D. and J.R. ... the l-loneybees and Luis
... Mr. Minor ... 4-6A77!7-26-78 ...
Dream Maker-M 84 M's tennis
WLNHNREASW Thanx Rich.
ASB, Softball, Volleyball F.L. 8t F.G's,
slippin' 81 sliding', Day-baby, Smange,
bench-warming bud, pads 84 studs, etc. ..
Catalina, P.I., T.R., Searches, SM Dato,
"Debbie" the gang Mr. Beswick,
Mr. Craig, Mr. Galindo, Mr. Napier
S.P.'s temper French Fries, salads,
Spaghetti ... "you bet!" ... Chicago ...
loves family, friends, upstate N.Y.
ELIZABETH MARIE ORTEGA
"Cookie" Swimming, J.V. Cheerlead-
ing found all over will remember
my blue eyed gourmet ,.. frustrated that
no one laughs at my jokes K.E., JB.,
A.S. "Bye Uni!"
CHIARME LEAH PARAS
"Charm" Pep Club, Talent Shows,
CSF, 1979 PRESlDlO STAFF ... May, Bar-
bara M. Mrs. Gorsich, Mrs. Kelleher
loves singing, Hawaii, family, God
travel to Europe.
DANILLE MERRY PARKER
"Doni" Katoni Association K.L.,
S.M., A.H., K.M., TB., S.L. ... will remem-
ber the times with my friends ,.. Lasagne,
Led Zeppelin, camping loves friends
"Ricky" found on Sr. Steps and off
campus loves bagels and cream
cheese, black olives ... J.A., J.R., V.L, ...
loves family, friends and rainbows ... "Go
for the Gusto."
MARY LOUISE PEREIRA
W.R.C., Softball, Bowling K.K., SC.,
SB., GF., V.O., S.M. ... 10-875 . .. loves
God, family, friends Avoa, some-
day wants to meet Stevie!
MARIA GIOVANNA PEREZ
"Bozo" ... P.C., R.Q., RP. Janina Guerra,
M.G., C.W. .,. pizza ,.. loves to disco the
night away future plans-U.C.S.D.
JAMES CARL PETERS
"Jimmy" ,.. Basketball, Search . . . found
with Joan ... would like to be a politician
and go to Germany ... will remember
Santana concert, P.l.T.P. .,. jogging with
Joan l'You scrounge!"
SHELLEY IRENE PETRAGLIA
CM., AS., D.O., JM. Partying and
great times with friends ... Plans to be at
the beach and mountains, Jr. College
loves parents, Benson friends, family and
RICHARD L. PILSL
"Pizz" ... swimming, waterpolo ... Frosh
yr., waterpolo gang, N.G,, J.R., MB., F,R.
Mr. Gorsich "Hang in there"
the weekend's coming ... loves God and
NANCY ANN PRAWDZIK
"Nance" .,. Fr, Bob White . . , likes Chica-
go, pizza, Gilda Radner and Saturday Night
Live, London ... loves family and God ...
wants to live and work in Europe ,..
"Whata ya want from me, my blood?"
'tRag" Waterpolo, Swimming Mr.
Thomson the Lumberjacks frus-
trated by the system "Far Out" ,.
future plans-college loves friends ,.
wants to go to Europe.
NATHAN DANIEL PORLAS
"Snake" ... Football-Captain, Track
Dave M., P.T., N.D. cheerleaders, football
team Coach Wargo, Ramos, Lanphier,
Fr. Pat Search, Prom, ASB Ball
loves Nina, family and God.
JENNIFER CAMPBELL RALPH
"J.R. Trol", "Jerry's sis" ... Saints Frosh
Cheer, K.P., J,A., V.L. .., Football pics on
field, skiing in New Zealand "THE
THING PERHAPS IS TO EAT FLOWERS
AND NOT BE AFRAID." ee. Cummings,
LESLIE ANN REDONDO
"Les" Tennis .,, frustrated by
Tammy's driving found in A's Celica
... t'Get Some" .., Friends ,.. Fun times
w! Alvin, Del, Shelly, 8t Tammy loves
TAMARA LOUISE REDONDO
"Tammy" The Good Times frus-
trated wf tennis matches "Guy"
"September" .., loves family, God Si spe-
cial friends In Hawaii wf rny Mazada,
FANCIS XAVIER REICHERT
"Frank" Waterpolo, Swimming, El Cid
... Jar, N.G., MB., RS. ... Mr. Craig, Mr.
Beswick, Mr. Minor Searches, the
Sports Page "The Tank" loves
GARY W. RICKLING
Football, Track, Chess Club . .. D.M., C.T.,
M.H., RS., G.Y. Ruzicka Junior
Prom and after Prom searches
Mocha Chip loves parties, sailing and
CATHERINE MARIE ANN RICO
"Rico" Volleyball ... V.B., W.L., AM.,
DK, Mr, Dundas, Fr. Lanphier
"Come oon" loves all the beautiful
people ... to my Mom and Dad.
MICHAEL DAVID ROBBINS
"Mike" ,.,CIF Champs Cross Country '78
... Joey, Janet, John, Javier, Joan,
Sparky, Dana ... Searches, Ski Beach ...
"Angie" ... "woe baby!" . .. Shelley, Pau-
la , . . will remember Prom 84 Homecoming
'78, "Open Sesame", loves parents, fam-
ily Xt friends . . , Andy Gibb ... My rainbow
loves Gatorade and ruthless risk games
,.. Frosh Homecoming.
MARY JUDITH RYAN
Jesters, ITS found with Nanette, Lisa,
and Diane The Lunch Bunch and Co.
Mr. and Mrs, Gorsich, Ms. Leto
"Excuuuse me!!!" loves family, friends,
LINDA MARIE SALES
"Salsa" ... Francie y Diedra ,.. Sr. Mary,
Mr, Bez, Mr. Shelburne frustrated by
"Hulk", Tikiballs, and Apemen ... madre,
padre, family y friends I love you! y
KEVIN A. SALZMAN JOHN SARDINA ANN THERESA SCHANBERGER
Wrestling . ., Found by food machines ... "Schanhotdogger and fries" ... Mr.
Corky Napier Led Zeppelin loves McGrath, Fr. Lanphier frustrated by
the outdoors ... plans to go to the Carri- Mary Hunter, Gary Moore ... Tab, pizza
bean. ... loves family, friends, smiles with dim-
' ples, and Chevy Chase.
SUSAN MARIE SCMITT
"Sue" Swimming Edwina, Donna,
Eloise, Rod Baby, M.F., S,M., Never
wait or hesitate, get in kid before it's too
late you may never get another chance.
Found off campus . ., Karen, Karen, Kathy
,,, frustrated by homework, term papers
South Mission Beach loves guys,
God, parties, J.O., B.E. skydive.
ANDREA LEE SELIS
"Lee" cheerleading, softball, Jesters
Found vv! Ricky JB., JP., V.T.,
M.M. ... Mr. Steves, Fr. Leo ... S.C., Act-
ing school ... loves Ricky, family, friends
Thanks Mom for everything.
JD., J.W., E.S,, A.E., J.H., P.C., RP., and
D.C. the joker Thanks Mom and Dad
l for all you have done.
PAUL EDMOND SHARP
"Cliff" .., Football . ,. lunch area ...frus-
trated by Freshmen remembers The
Varsity Football Team, Greg Leedom, Ke-
vin Ewers loves Football and moun-
SUSAN ELIZABETH SHINSKY
"Sue" ... Young Life ... D.T., MC., A.A.,
A,R., B.M., V.M., VA.. S,E., "Wild and
crazy" loves family friends, God,
ROBERT L. SIMMONS JR. "Rich" Yearbook ... found every-
"Bob" Cross Country, Wrestling where VW's 4 ever F.R,. MB., B.S.,
The Maders Graduate . . . found infront of D.K., TW., L.F., K.H., OR., MD., lce
the Locker Rooms . .. remembers friends, Cream sandwiches ... Rock ... in the
MONICA J. SIESEL teachers, Uni, USD. styx to become civilized.
"Susie" Calvin Kleins, Saks with Tina
remembers writing and business
classes, Carin Q"Rocky"j, and Dorothy,
Bus. Management ... Thanks for sending
rne to Uni, Mom.
KENNETH A. SMITH
"Kool Ken" Frosh and J.V. Football,
Track Mike, Cathy and the Gang .,
Ski Beach, Dances ,.. The "System" ..
"Runnin' with the Devil" loves cars,
girls, rock'n' roll.
KAREN LOUISE SMYTH
"Karen" Carol, Mike W., Janet, Barb
Mr. A, Mr. Serrano, Mrs. Gorsich
the SMB's, porking out with Carol, eating
candy bars loves friends, family, and
"Chris" Soccer with Jaccobacci
Scott, Rick, Norm, Nick Mr. Beswick,
Mr. Gorsich dances frustrated by
skating backwards and girls loves
friends 81 family.
LISA RENE SMITH
"Lady Libra" courtyard benches
R.M., P.C., C.V. Mr. Dundas, Mr. Bes-
wick ... Senior yr., ASB Ball '78 ... loves
P.R.J.C., friends, family, God ... I love ya,
JANET PATRICIA SPOSATO
"Jay" being friends, talking on the
stairs ... Karen, Carol, and Barb ... R.V.
and S.C. at Vacation Village, Ski Beach ,..
love my bro but most of all-Thanks
Mom and Dad.
JOSEPH P. SPOSATO
"Spamoni" Cross Country Track
Found most often running .., will remem-
ber Mike Robbins, JB., V.B.T. Mr.
Shelburne ,.. ruthless risk games, beating
Saints ... loves parents, friends, and
KAREN DENISE STOCK
Tennis Ellen, Kathy, Karen, Gabe,
Joe W., D.W., GW. . . . frustrated by home-
work and school K.W. loves GS.,
D.W. will always be.
RORY A. STALWICK
,.. will remember Fr. LaRiv and Ms. Leto
... loves playing the guitar, surfing, skiing
... wants to go to Europe ... Jeff Beck,
LAU RA LYN N STAN LEY
"Stan the girl" ... "The more books you
carry the stronger you become," "Strive
and succeed" ... love "my stamp collec-
tion, God, family and parents." "Hey,
RAYMOND STUBERG KATHRYN SUESS CAROL SULLIVAN
"Ray" VB. J.V,, V. Football, J,V. Base- ... found most at the beach will re-
ball, Track Kool and the Gang, 76 B member Robert and Melody, Herr Steves
Team, A.I., P.T. ... Mr. B., Rudy C., Padre ... would like to goto Australia and never
LaRiv will remember never losing to come back loves family and Gerry,
CLYDE J. TAITANO
"Wally" Football, Wrestling Kool
andthe Gang . .. Mr. Casciato, Mr. A., Ms.
Rosa ... found most often on "my" stairs
... Ski Beach.
LISA TERRAMAG RA
"Lis" Racquetball Club the 5
dwarfs: L.W., M.C., MB., Y.O. and N.P. ...
Halloween, tourist day, spirit week, foot-
ball games ... loves God, family, friends,
good times, happy people.
PAULA JEAN THOMAS
"P,T.", Wog A.I., N.T.S., J.C., D.M.,
C.T., G.Y., R.S., J.l., Annette, Nate ..,
loves family, friends, God, Annette, Uni ,..
special thanks to my parents,
WILLIAM WARREN THOMAS
, JULIE THOMPSON
"Bill" ,.. Football, Defensive Captain ...
M.L,, l3,J., J.M,, J.G., BB, GR., N.P., D.M.
... "Stud" .,. My special "Little One" ,,.
loves God, family Thanks Mom, l love
"Hule", "Zorro" Jim, Franc, Linda
Trolinger, Marilyn Vearling, Kathy Glum,
Terry Devlin, Katey McManus ,.. love my
family and friends toilet papering Hy-
I ANNA MARIA THOMSON
"Banana" Volleyball, Basket-weaving
My daddy, Boyd singing to the
ocean loves God, family, Jeffrey,
"Ocean", friends wants to be a rock
MARILYN ANN VERALING
DEBRA TOBIN LUCIANA C. vARAGNoLo "NlO0Se" found at the beach, with
"Debbie" SS., IVLHA, SAM., A,R-V A'B,Y Lourdes, Vicky, Julia, Maria Ms. Rosa, Kearny M9055 Kathy G., LT- Mr,
And all the rest H, "Youre Such 3 Card" Mr. Galindo, Fr. l.aRiviere Spirit Week VICG .. ... "WG cant GII be Perfect" 3.-
frustrated by sig and boring teachers and Halloween pizza Italian food IOYQ God, my great Sfandpafemi famllyi
loves God, family, friendgy American loves to dance and friends "Hasta fflends Mom and Dad-I IOV9 yOU
' ii' Thanx for everything, Kathy,
Foxes. pronto amigos.
CRISTINA VILLASEN OR
"Cristie" ... Lisa Smith, Roxanne
McNeal, Marc George, Jose Medina
tuna sandwiches, disco loves animals
and laughing a lot ... Thanks to teachers.
RHEA ANNA VERTULLO
Softball found by the stairs S.C.,
A.M., L.G. .., Mrs. Gorsich ... Search '77,
Junior Yr., fun times ... frustrated by
school . .. love my family, friends, and life.
JULIA ANNE WAGNER
"Julie" Jesters with Teresa and
the gang .,. Sr. Dale, Mr. Araiza ,.. guys
and homework .., nursing ,,. good
friends and T.W., K.O., H.S., J.W,, N.P., my
brother and B.D.
"Mike", 413 .,. Baseball . .. not found at
school ... with Carol ... Soph. year with
K.C., P.C., L.G., Jim, Linda, Joan, Coach
Serrano Carol, family, friends.
LORRAINE PATRICE WAGNER
"Lori" Racquetball Club ... found
anywhere M.C., L.T., M.B., Y.O., NP.,
C.G. Sr. Mary, Ms. Rosa M.M, '77,
GSY, cruzin', Prom 78 Thanks Mom
JESSICA ANNE WATSON
"J" .., Jesters, Pep Club Club, Tennis ...
the girls, Dar, Roger, Lynne, J.S. p-nut but-
ter and pickle sandwiches ... most likely
to succeed, dances God, Mom, Dad,
3J's and Zorro.
LEIANNE KAY WATSON
Wrestling Sylvia, Jon, May, JG., C.D,
Coach Napier, Search, ASB '78
being short ... Thanks Mom and Dad ...
Diane, Mike, Theresa and Tink . ., "I finally
TERESA ANNE WEIS
"Teri" ... Jesters ... .l.W., H.S., K.O. ...
all my friends here and in Denver ... Miss
Mauro, Fr. LaRiviere "Hi Girls"
loves God, family, friends, and my home:
Ski Bums and fans, the bench gang, The
M.D's, Kitty Mr. A., Lizzy Gorsich
backpacking, Search, Aloha Party, ASB
Ball, Prom '78 T-Birds, sunglasses,
take me away.
CAROL WH ITTAKER
JAMES J. WIEME
The back wall . .. Fr. LaRiviere, Mr. Ramos
. . . college ... love God, family, my guitar.
EVELYN JOYCE WILLIAMS
"Evey" Gymnastics found every-
where J.H., B.M., B.S., A.C., and the
Gang ... Jr. year, good times with friends
loves the beach, good music, family,
friends, sunsets, the mountains.
GREGORY BREMMER WILLIAMS
"Greg" Wrestling, Track food ma-
chines, wrestling room Corky Napier,
Sr. Leonard nice people college
... wants to go to the Olympics ,..
Tacos 84 Stroganoff, Cat Stevens "lt's
cool, it's cool." ASB, soccer, Jesters
.., Frustrated by uncomfortable desks 84
no carpeting ,.. will remember everyone
.., Loves family.
"Billy" ,.. the RMB .,. laughing at teach
ers the bench gang Mr Dundas
Mr. and Mrs. Gorsich B. B Prom 78
OTW, football games ,.. wants to be rich
BERNADETH MAYLING YONG
DENNIS K WRIGHT "May" U, frustrated by what Cgmeg next VICTORIA DENISE YOUI-IOUSE
Wrong Film Science Club Jesters "G.olly you guys!" Good times Wfgpe Vikki friends at the beach and par
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Uni has the force BOOGIE ON' never ending oonoern H, SMILE! love you Babe' Remember me'
Life only demands from you the strength you possess. Only
one feat is possible-not to have run away.
CYNTHIA ANNE JOHNSON
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Pam, Rose, Mari J y f strated by
surfer music I ri d tht SDSU
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someone "get mellow'
Never look down to test the ground before taking your next
step: only he who keeps his eye fixed on the far horizon
will find his right road.
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The basic format for Uni's Search-Retreat program has
been changed this year, but people still come home after
the experience feeling better about themselves and God.
A Retreat is filled with laughter, love, smiles, and tears.
New-found friendships are also a factor of the three days.
lf any two people tried to describe a Retreat minute-by-
minute, there would be two completely different descrip-
tions because everyone has their own interpretation
about the three days. lt's simply an experience everyone
must encounter by themselves for their own personal
MASSES- A CELEBRATION OF
UNITY. . .
About the several Uni masses,
There's not much to explain.
lt's similar to going to Church,
But it's simple and it's plain.
There is no choir or fancy pews,
No women singing soprano.
The music's fairly limited
without organ or piano.
What is it then, you ask yourself
About our Uni Mass?
It's sharing and togetherness,
A joining of every class.
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at that school called Uni,
when every single person
dressed up like a goonie?
I think it was a Tuesday,
Yes, October 31,
when people wore some crazy
And at lunch, prizes were won.
All of Uni High School
was covered with these creatures.
And it wasn't just the students,
but also Uni's teachers.
Everyone had loads of fun,
on that day of Halloween,
when ghouls, fools, geeks, and freaks,
everywhere could be seen.
L'Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou, Ro-
"Dig my ankles?"
I was in the Crest test of 1964
"It's only Ripple, but I love every drop of it!"
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A SOGGY NIGHT FOR VICTORY
Dons Snag Trophy For 4th Consecutive Year.
Devoted football fans were in for a pleasant
surprise as they braved the stormy weather
to support Uni in this 5th annual Charity
Bowl against St. Augustine. The time and
energy spent on this event really paid off in
an exciting game as the Dons breezed past
Saints 14-6, climaxing in an unprecedented
touchdown by David Martinez which sent
the entire Uni side of Balboa Stadium into a
wild frenzy. This is the 4th year in a row that
Uni has won the Charity Bowl and kept the
trophy in it's possession.
Victorious Dons show oft their trophy and their muscles!
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ZOOMING ON ICE
is what a couple hundred students
from Uni were doing one night up at the
Ice Capade Chalet at the Towne Center.
Of course, there were a few students
from other schools that snuck in to enjoy
the fun. Those sneaks! They just couldn't
resist all the fun that Uni was having up
there. You can't blame 'em though. With
good music playing, free skates and ice,
who could resist? There were all kinds of
skaters up there on that beautiful night.
There were those who just glided on the
ice like pros, those who skated on their
stomachs and behinds, then those who
skated for the sake of skating. But, what-
ever t e of skater they were it was en-
joyable for Uni, and even those sneaks!
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SLAVE DAY . . . highlight of PRESIDIO WEEK '79
This year marked the beginning of a tradition for PRESIDIO. The
purpose of PRESIDIO week was to raise money for the yearbook,
and get Uni students involved with the annual. Activities ranged
from a bake sale to a successful patron drive, but the highlight was
the first annual Slave Day. Junior and Senior guys were auctioned
off by our own lvlr. Crazy Dave Gorsich. His constant jokes kept the
crowd in an uproar. The highest bidder became the proud owner of
a slave for a day.
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THE UNITY OF
THE CIRCLE .
A Special Day for Juniors
Bonded together in growth and love, the Juniors took
their first step toward becoming Seniors at this year's
Ring Mass. The evening's activities were planned with
care, and the Class of '80 was encouraged by onlooking
friends and family. A class ring is a permanent and
lasting reminder of the years spent together in high
school. The Ring Mass symbolizes the growth we have
experienced, and the closeness, the bond we share be-
tween us all.The Class of '80 exemplified that closeness
during the service.
Good luck in the future!
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HI-IINX HI-JINX HI-JINX
Whatever happened to "four calling birds, three french hens ..,?!
UAHU OU' next lovely model is Wearing- 4 Was it worth a second chance, Juniors?
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HI-JINX HI-JINX HI-JINX
Remember the time we had hi-jinx one week,
For those who weren't able to afford their whole share,
We were saying in our way to people, "We care!"
Remember the actors who kept their cool,
While they performed X-mas plays for the whole school?
And who'll forget when we had to sing songs.
How embarrassing it was when we sang the songs wrong!
Yeah, hi-jinx was great, and hi-jinx was fun,
Hi-jinx had something for ever-y-one!!
When people gave canned goods and gifts wrapped up neat,
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The CLASS OF 1980 presents
"Stepping Out C111 Style "
This year's Junior Class Fashion Show offered new
highlights not seen in previous shows. Held at the
Bahia Hotel, the Bay Room was decorated under the
direction of Margaret Cahill. The Fashion Show com-
menced with a one hour, no-host bar, followed by
brunch with entertainment by Barbra Gourley, John
Herrero, and Sheila Moran. In keeping with the
theme, "Stepping Out In Style", 24 Juniors modeled
clothes from Fashion Conspiracy and Toni Marten's
Formal Attire. A special feature of the show was the
disco fashions with a dance routine choreographed
by Lorelie Fogel. Fabulous door and raffle prizes, or-
ganized by Tani Chartier, were given throughout the
show. Thanks to everyone involved, especially Show
Chairman, Jennifer Butler, the Fashion Show turned
out to be a great success.
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3RD ANNUAL FASHION SHOW
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The Student Art Exhibit, co-ordinated by the Art
Department and Miss Rosa, displayed the artistic
talents of our students. Many mediums were used
creatively to express a wide variety of art forms:
oils, acrylics, water color, pen and ink, and wood.
This was the third and best year, drawing a large,
enthusiastic crowd, and support from around the
Pencil sketch by Dan Morrill
Pencil sketch by Carol Sullivan
GYMNASTICS AND DANCE REVIEW
Below: "5O's" was the theme
of the dance
The 1979 Gymnastics and Dance Review featured
something new and exciting: BOYS! For the first
time Uni had a boy's gymnastics class and they
participated in the review with tumbling and antics.
The girls were up to their usual high standards with
gymnastics and dance routines. The time and effort
put into the review really paid off.
I-l TURKEYTROT ..?
Intramurals have always made for a change of pace
here at Uni. The Boys and Girls Federation Presi-
dents, Bill Thomas and Theresa Fisher, really did a
great job this year in putting on the intramural ac-
tivities. There were the old favorities like volleyball,
ping-pong, and basketball, as well as some new ideas
like the paper airplane contest, the turkey trot, and
over-the-line. The intramurals provided a relaxing
atmosphere for students to show their skill in friend-
,.. And the turkeys are off for a race around the school
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Miss Mauro shows her style.
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JESTERS-producers of quality plays
The oldest and most active club on campus, the Jesters, was founded in 1957, Uni's first year, by Father Leo
Lanphier. lt is considered an honor society since thirty two hours of service in a production is necessary for
membership. Jesters produces four plays annually in addition to sponsoring other social events. For its members
the highlight is the Annual Awards Dinner at the University Club.
JESTERS: Standing, Diane Clark, 'Nanette Butler, 'Theresa Weiss, 'Julie Wagner, 'Kathy Otto, 'Brian Bouterie, Kevin Sheble, 'Stacie
Brentano, Brant Davis, 'Jimmy Parker, 'Jay Kennedy, 'David Zepf, Mike Lupetris, Sitting, 'Vicki Salazar, Colleen Doyle, 'Ingrid lnnecken,
'Chuck McCue, 'Lee Sells, Amy Johnson, 'Chris Miske, Joe Cornicelli, 'Anne Jurek, 'John Herrero, 'Dennis Wright, Ray Hart, Jessica
Fr. Leo Lanphier 'l,T,S, Members
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The International Thespian Society is the honor corps of the
Jesters. A hundred working hours in theatre is needed for
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This Agatha Christie mystery was the first
play of the '78-'79 season. It was filled with
thrills and fine characterization, especially
those of: "Judge" John Herrero, So. African
adventurer-detective, Chuck "Blore"
McCue, and, the high-powered dramatic
duo, Lee Selis and Chris Miske. Brian Bou-
terie, Ingrid lnneken, Kenny "Doc" Wagner,
Judy Oishei, and Eva De Meyer competently
completed the cast. It was a decided hit that
called for more of the same.
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HEAVEN CAN WAIT, by Harry Segall. Com-
ments from the crowd classed this Jester
production ahead of Warren Beatty's cur-
rent screen hit. The cast included: Chuck
"Joe Pendleton" McCue, John "Mr. Jor-
dan" Herrerog Kenny "Max" Levine, and Lee
"Julia" Selis, with Brian "Tony" Bouterie as
her sinister accomplice. Together, they en-
tranced every enthusiastic audience. Spe-
cial effects provided by Wright, Hart, and
Cadill Co. added much to the fantasy mood.
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Another success at the "Little Theatre-on-
Campus" was Norman Kasna's hit DEAR
RUTH. The delightfully romantic comedy kept
Uni fans lined up at the box-office. The cast
included: Jeanne "Dora" Beeson, Kathy
"Edith" Schorr, Michelle "Miriam" Corriea,
Chuck "Judge" McCue, Chris "Lt. Seawright"
Miske, James "Albert" Parker, and Lee "Ruth"
Selis. There was also a special cameo appear-
ance by Ken Wagner, as Harold Klobbermeyer,
and the singing debut of Witney Witteman as
the Western Union Messenger.
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Back Row: Elizabeth Blankemeier, Joe Cornicelli, Bernadette Bergeron, Stacy Hadley, Scott Maxwell, Jenny Ralph. Fifth Row: Heidi Janzen,
Jackie Post, James Dalessio. Fourth Row: Richard Mauro, Kathy Brady, Doug Boileau, Albert LaFreniere. Third Row: Wenonah Paras, Perry
Regalado, Milicent Yong. Second Row: Lisa Loewer, Carole LeCren, Charmaine Price, Rosie Peragine, Lisa Stage, Mayling Yong, Chiarme
Paras. Front Row: Laura Stanley, Brenna Baynard, Darlene Armstrong, Jessica Watson, Stuart Gimber.
The California Scholarship Federation is an honorary
organization of students. To qualify a member must
have at least ten points in an academic subjects, an
"A" counts as 3 points and a "B" counts as one. The
moderator is Mr. Atilano.
Not Pictured: Lisa Bedore, Joan Beeson, Diane Clark, Chris Cohn,
Jesse DeMesa, Karen Eckberg, Steve Erbacher, Wayne Filipowski,
Barbara Gourley, Norman Gross, Robert Holland, Ann Jurek, Anne
Maria Maquire, Angela Maurucio, Linda North, Kathy Otto, Maria
Perez, Richard Pilsl, Peter Abraham, Rosalyn Brady, Jennifer Butler,
Gery Gross, Lawrence Lograsso, Irene Lord, Dennis Mudd, Dennis
Secor, Mary Ellen Schorn, Danny Thomas, Theresa Wein, Gregory
Witteman, Tom Zepf, Kenneth Anderson, Margie Borer, Peter Er-
pelding, Peter Fisher, Linda Korb, Kiernan Kranz, Catherine Marusa,
Patrick McCaque, Lucille Milanovic, Sheila Mulligan, Dan Otto, Ri-
chardo Rodriguiz, Cynthia Slominski, Egena Taitano, William Zepf.
Pep Club is just another name for real
school spirit. They are the group who is
there to support the teams and the
school. The posters, signs, pom poms,
buttons, and their just being there is all
a part of their job. They are Uni's main
branch, spreading leaves of joy and fun
to crowds at the games, and Uni is the
root of their job. So everyone-let's
Back Row L to R Linda Korb Kathy Stafford, Genevieve Potts, Shelly Martin, Angie
TOD to bottom C"l"'5 Morgan Treasurer Anglo Rodil Adrian Miller Chris Morgan Vickie Paglivso, Tani Chartier, Virgie Rodil, Third Row
Rodll Soofofafll Chlofme Paros Vloo Pfosldoot Molly Ewers Karen Hall Agnes Leon, Jenny Butler, Wenonah Paras, Michelle Chartier
and Danone Armstrong Pfosldoot Second Row Lydia Percy Colleen Potts, Mary Myles, Chiarme Paras, First Row: Lynn
Varney Gerald Roller and Darlene Armstrong.
WILDLIFE RESCUE CLUB
...and over here is the Wildlife Club. .. "Wildlife Club?
What Wildlife Club?" you might ask. lt all started when 5
Uni students decided to form a club that would care for
injured wild animals. They got permission from the S.D.
WLC to start their own club at Uni. Wild animals of the San
Diego area such as possums, raccoons, bobcats, and
foxes are brought in and taken care of. The WLC meets
once a week at Uni and occassionally at the main base in
Back Row, L to R: Mr. Tibbs, Jim Rotherham, Vicki Mitchell, Pres. Linda Morrill, Anne Marie Atkinson, Tanya Ryson, Mary Pereira Front Row
Dave Gagnon, Caroline Rios, V-Pres. Mona Rodriguez, Jeeny Cass, Sue Cody.
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Have you ever traveled the world over?
Seen Japan? Talked to a Yugoslavian high
school student? These experiences and
more are shared in the new International
Club. The club is bringing to the Uni cam-
pus a new world wide perspective.
Back L to R: Helene Schmitz, Monica Thurston, Jennifer Butler, Diana Hammer, Laura Stanely, Oscar Veilleax, Darrell Schmoldt. Middle Row
L to R: Mr. Steves, Julia Souza, Lisa Albright, Erika Bekken, Joe Bunton, Arthur Stevens, Front Row L to R: Scott Becker, Karen Varney,
Debbie Hardesty, Julie Bedore.
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Are you looking for good, clean,
intellectual fun? How about
friendly competition? This
years Chess club offered all of
this. The club was led by Pres.
Joe Alvarez and moderated by
Fr. Earl LaRiviere.
Back Row L to R: Tim Hughes, Jerry Fenech, Jesse Delvlesa, Ted Jungers. Front Row L to R: Father
LaRiviere, Joe Alvarez, Laura Stanley. Not Pictured: Ray Ackley, Joe Shaules, Norman Misleh, Darlene
Armstrong, Sean McCoy.
L to R: President, Richard Pilsl, Secretary and Treasurer, Tony Morrow,
and Vice-President, Rick Rodriguez.
This year the Math Club is booming. The students
themselves gave lectures and demonstrations to
each other as well as competing with other schools'
students. They have plans on entering 6 competi-
tions in the California Math League this season, and
3 in the spring at various colleges. They have also
sponsored a Math Field Day for elementary schools.
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Back Row L to R: Mr, Thomson, Norman Misleh, Jerry Fenech, Dennis Secor, Tony Mauro, Ricardo Rodriguiz, Mrs. Breher. Front Row L to
R: Wayne Filipowski, Tim Hughes, Carole LeCren, Richard Pilsl.
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Erickson, Middle Row: R. Evanko, G. Fenech, J. Demesa, C. Fenech T Abrahams C tr' e
Erickson, S. Kemp, Seated: P. Schroff, T. Souza, Not Pictured: T. Mcneal
This year, the bowling club encouraged Uni bowl-
ers of all skill levels to come out and bowl. The
club met at Frontier Lanes every Wednesday and
everyone got to bowl. Teams were set up and the
competition was without pressure from fellow
club members. The club under the guidance of
Mrs. Erickson, also plans a banquet for the end of
96 Bowling Club
The Racquetball Club had an air of easiness this
year. The members of the club met once a week
and even held small, friendly tournaments
among themselves... In the words of the
moderator, Mr. Ariaza, "lt's more or less a casu-
al thing. We get together,play racquetball, and
just have fun."
Pres. M. Chartier, V-Pres. L. Wagner, Members: A. Alcantara, J.
Appel, Y. Duran, M. Branco, L. Terramagra, N. Chartier, T. Char-
tier, J. Myles, B. Myles, C. Coil, A. Nichols, P. Regalado.
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Perspective is University High
School's literary art magazine.
This creative publication gives
all students a chance to ex- , '
press themselvesg to reach out peiiri,i,
and touch the Uni community.
It is published annually by a
staff of dedicated students,
moderated bv Sherry Kelleher.
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THE SILENT KINGDOM
In a silent kingdom of royalty,
On a common battlefield four kings fight.
And Queens to their Kings sit with loyalty,
While the Jacks bow down low to their plight.
The Aces of four are mightily high,
With bright red hearts and diamonds forever.
And while laughing jokers at their feet lie,
Black spades and clubs play ever so clever.
What silly rules to the games they have raised,
Using numbered knaves to do their small deeds.
And such startegies involved, l'm amazed!
Oh, such is the life and such are their needs.
And sometimes great welath these silly games bring,
But never great wealth to the silent King.
Fourth RoweTony Morrow, Frank Hennessey, Perry Regalado, Third Row-Robert Manderfeld, Chris Goscienski, Joan Beeson, Earl Kofler, Tim
Howe, Jay Kennedy, Second Row-David Zepf, Laura Stanely, Barbara Gourley, Roger Devenyns, Mr. Minor, First Row-Frank Riechert, Mark
MacKenzie, John Raggio.
Don of Dons
El Cid is the student newspaper at Uni. The paper is
controlled by a very dedicated staff and their first year
advisor, Tom Minor. Throughout the past school year,
the newspaper has tried to turn out a quality paper
with each edition. Long hours of hard work are paid off
with a sense of accomplishment. El Cid is led by its
"par excellence" Editor-in-chief, Mark Mackenzie. The
team roster was filled by such notables as Frank
"Zappa" Reichert in Sports, John "Owes Frank Mon-
ey" Raggio in News, Barb "No Write Editorial" Gourley,
Opinion Editor, "Mountaineer" Devenyns in Features,
Norm "No Page" Misleh, Jay "What's a Photo" Kenne-
dy, and David "Cartoon" Zepf.
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Our photography staff slides into a pose for Presi-
dio. Look carefully, these are the ones to blame for
that awful picture of you in the yearbook! Top to
Bottom: Photo editor Jennie Ralph, Stacy Hadely,
Guy Morisette, and Rick Simonis. Not pictured: Ter-
Introducing our copy crew! These imaginative minds
worked hard to get the corny captions, peculiar po-
ems and appealing articles for Presidio 79. Clock-
wise: Copy Editor Stacy Hadely, Rubie Crenna,
Mayling Yong, Leslie Redondo, and Angie Rodil. Not
Pictured: Chiarme Paras, Wenonah Paras, Laura
Stanley, Stuart Gimber.
Our layout staff designs each page of Presidio '79. They
make sure the pictures and copy are balanced and appeal
to your eyes, even if you don't notice it! From left to right:
Well Uni, this is Presidio '79. lt is a product of
hours of grueling and time-consuming work:
staying after school, working holidays and
struggling to meet deadlines. We wanted to
bring you a quality yearbook to treasure for
years to come, chances to smile and remem-
ber old faces, or maybe just a place to press
flowers. Was it worth it? We think so!
Wenonah Paras, Lorelei Fogel, Layout Editor Chiarme
Paras, Michelle Chartier. Not pictured: Jessica Piccini,
Jennie Ralph, Angie Rodil, Barbara Mascarenas.
Our business staff has the responsibility of selling adver-
tising space. This year they also took care of the baby
pictures and messages found in the last pages of the
book. From left to right Editor Cathy Fenech, James
Dalessio, and Maura Fleming.
The buck stops here. Moderator Mrs. Kelleher
and co-editors Chiarme Paras and Jennie
Ralph are the ones who take the final responsi
bility for getting everything together and to the
Q their time and support.
Our sports staff takes a break from lay-
out designs, sports stats, and team pic-
tures. Left to right: Sports Editor Rich
Simonis, and Jennie Ralph.
Presidio Staff 101
Presidio '79 extends special
thanks to Victor Avila, Barbara
McLarney, and the whole stu
dio, Robert Manderfeld for pic
tures, Mrs. Hammond and all
other typists, John Fanciullo
and Ken Smith for lettering and
posters, assorted Uni art stu
dents, Mr. Gorsich for his ap
pearance at Slave Day and all
the many more who gave us
BISHOP LEO T. MAHER
AUX. BISHOP GILBERT CHAVEZ
"I go to Uni because religion here makes the school differ-
ent. Religion at Uni is not displayed by many students and
faculty going to Mass every day. It is, instead, shown by
every student and every faculty member going out of his
way to be friendly and helpful to others. The big difference
is that Uni is not just a school. lt's not even a place but an
experience and a feeling that we will remember forever.
l've had a good time. THANKS UNl!"
ROBERT W. EDWARDS
Associate Principal, Dean
of Students, Spanish I.
The Administration. . .they have the singular problem of bringing everything at Uni together. All it takes is a little
bit of foresight and planning, concentration, tenacity, diplomacy, efficiency and a lot of patience. This year has
been as challenging as any. The most notable problem was the massive changes in the physical grounds. We all
came to prefer dry dirt over very wet mud and the tranquility of classes without the roar of steel monstors
blasting away. Through this and more our administrators maintained. We all thank them for another year of
Academic Assistant Prin-
cipal... Social Science
teacher... Participated N
in lots of meetings. ..
likes Mexican food and
any kinds of desserts...
Always wanted to travel
to the East Coast. , . Frus-
trated by being forgetful.
JOSEPH W. WILIMEK
Dean of Students. .. U.S.
History. .. likes pasta and
wine, "Don't get mad just
get even." Always wanted
to write a historical novel.
Main Office Secretary
SISTER RUTH GARBANI
JO ANN MARSELLA
Head Librarian. Likes piz-
za. "No lunch bags in the
library." "Do you have
any work to do while
you're in here?" Always
wanted to be a brilliant
classical pianist. .. frus-
trated by not being a bril-
liant classical pianist.
Assistant Librarian. Likes
blue skies. . .always want-
ed to be a mother. . . frus-
trated by not being a
There are some people on our campus who
often go unnoticed. But secretly they run the
school. They pick up, clean up, move things
and keep everything working from pencil
Sharpeners to plumbing. Unl's Custodial Staff
front row L. to R. Ellsworth Buchanan, Dick
Rolf, Valdez Fausto. Back row L. to R. Steve
Gonzales, Henry Curtis.
Spanish 2,4, CSF, NHS.
Likes sweetbreads. ..
Frustrated by mechanical
things that break at the
most crucial time.
Craft, Ceramics... J.V.
Volleyball Coach, Varsity
tor... likes Italian food,
"Fleetwood Mac" Always
wanted to live in Hawaii
again... Frustrated when
people aren't honest with
Chairperson. . . "Araizo-
Iogy" Racquetball moder-
ator. .. The 'clean
bean'. .. Always wanted
to beat Gorsich going
low, .. Frustrated by Ra-
mos burping at science
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MARY K. BERSON
Spanish 1, Algebra 1...
Pep Club. .. likes Fritos 84
Ice cream, "Bueno!" Al-
ways wanted to live for at
least one year on every
continent and be smart
enough to speak ten lan-
guages. .. Frustrated by
people who don't try.
Christian Living. . . Co-or-
dinator of Search-Retreat
Program. . . likes Sprouts,
nuts, vegetarian pizza...
"Bald is Beautiful!" Al-
ways wanted to write a
book... Frustrated by
seeing half the world
hungry and poor.
Challenge. .. Frosh
ASB Moderator... "No
pain no gain." "Be the
very best person you can
be." Frustrated by talking
Algebra 1, Honors Geom-
etry, Pre-Alg. Math
Club... Loves Mexican
food. .. "No man is an is-
land." Always wanted to
tour the U.S.... "l love
the warmth and friendli-
ness at Uni. Uni is the
best." , i 4.
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SISTER DALE BROWN
Oceanography and Coun-
seling... Likes Fillippi's
pizza 84 Barry Manilow.
RUDY E. CASCIATO
Algebra 2, Algebra 1B,
Adv. Math CHD, Algebra
2!Trig. Varsity Football
Assistant Coach, J.V.
Human Experience, U.S.
French 1,3,4... Likes
lamb legs, not "aIouette!"
Always wanted to see
Greece and South Amer-
ica... Frustrated by re-
Italian 2,3,4, Spanish 2. .,
Loves Classical music and
Italian operas. .. Always
wanted to live in Spain for
a year. . . Frustrated by
work started and not
U.S. History, ,. Asst. Var-
sity Football Coach, .,
likes pizza... Always
wanted to retire at a nice
beach... Frustrated by
doing taxes and reading
Biology C, Science-
!Health. Loves Cheese-
cake, Turkey Tacos. .. "A
grade in the hand is worth
two in the bush." Frus-
trated by A Block.
Religious Cultures, Chris-
tian Worship, English 2. ..
likes lobsters and pizza. ..
"There's got to be an ea-
sier way to make a living."
Always wanted to travel
to Europe. .. Frustrated
by students not studying.
CHARLES L. DUKE
Geometry. .. Varsity
French II. International
Club. Likes Salmon and
Disco music. Always want-
ed to go to France. Frus-
trated by no being able to
Technical Drawing, Draft-
ing. ASB Moderator. Likes
Sept. song. Would like to
play golf everyday. Frus-
trated by lack of organiza-
U.S. History, Govern
ment. Likes classical mu
sic... Always wanted to
go to Australia... Frus
trated by ingratitude
American Nobel, Print
DAVID L. GORSICH
Biology, Chemistry, Life
Science. Head Football
Coach... Likes brains
and eggs, hash browns,
toast with kumquat mar-
Media,2arjVil?English 1. Alkjmalader H nsuck it ups,
V'iQlf'lf'.,.f, llfgf ,VV V "Circa Circa." Would like
L5-0' ' lvlffy ,LW V to ring the bells on an as-
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Living, Faith A,
Sophomore Eng., Ex.
Writing, Am. Novel, Dram.
Lit. ., Favorite song "The
impossible Dream." AI-
ways wanted to travel
around the world.
ly imitated by Mr. Ramos.
Spanish 1, 3.
Chairperson. Writing Lab,
Reading Lab, Print Media,
Shakespeare, .. Always
wanted to join first colony
to outer space... Frus-
trated by not being able
to teach Science Fiction.
Biology C, Life Science.
Frosh football coach,
Soccer coach. . . Likes
ltalian food... Favorite
song, theme from the
Good, The Bad and the
Ugly. .. "Would I kid
SHEROLYN A KELLEHER
Moderator of Presidio,
Perspective 81 Alternate
Lifestyles. . , Like Woody
Allen, baseball and her
freshman classes. ..
Would like to travel in
the Orient. . . Frustrated
by yearbook deadlines.
REV. EARL W. LARIVIERE
Dying and Death. Chess
Club Moderator. ,. "My
Son." "l consider it a
great blessing to be able
to teach at University
Soc. Sci. Department
Executive, and Faculty
Council. ,. Loves
Chinese food. . .
"Women hold up half
the sky." Frustrated by
having many things to
do all the time.
Chairperson, Food and
1.2. . . Likes
activities. . . Frustrated
by not knowing all the
students at Uni. .. Loves
FR, LEO F. LANPHIER
Jesters and l.T.S.
Moderator. .. Likes
Geritol. .. "Yeah, team!"
Always wanted to punch
out Fr. LaRiv. ..
frustrated by unfunny
comedians and raunchy
Morality, Faith, Church.
Loves the outdoors, win-
ter excursions at Yosem-
ite... enjoys reading,
writing, thinking, and Mo-
zart's 17th piano concer-
to... greatest dream at
the moment is to answer
the eternal, "Why?"
Algebra l, II, IA, Pre-Alge-
bra. Varsity Basketball
coach, Girl's Volleyball...
likes Manhattan clam
chowder... "Why is this
hard?" Always want-
ed to go on a Caribbean
cruise... Frustrated by
students who can't follow
Consumer Ed, Freshmn
football Coach, Track and
Dramatic Literature, Ex-
pository Writing, Short
Stories, Eng. l. Coach Var-
sity Softball, Coach Bas-
ketball. .. "You Can lf
You Think You Can."...
would like to be head of
the Mafia... Frustrated
by people who do not try!!
English, British Novel.
HECTOR D. MACIAS
Physical Education, Par-
ticipated , in the sports
Algebra 1, IB, Pre-Alge-
Driver's Ed., Boys Gym-
nastics, Frosh Football.
Asst. Frosh Football
coach, Wrestling Coach.
Freshman English, Exposi-
tory Writing. J.V. Basket-
ball coach, Frosh Baseball
coach. Always wanted to
see the Olympic Games in
El Cid, English 1, Swim
coach. Loves sports of all
kinds and Mexican
food. ., "You can get it if
you really want.". ..
would like to live in the
South Pacific... frus-
trated by people who get
pleasure out of other peo-
Writing, Freshman Eng-
lish. Would like to ski in
Austria and read all the
books she owns. .. frus-
trated by her own limita-
P.E. Department Chair-
SISTER SARA SANDERS
Chemistry, Life Science.
Coach Volleyball, Basket-
ball. .. "ln action l cleave
to the creative power of
God." Always wanted to
spend a summer in the
Grand Canyon... Frus-
trated by selfish, self-cen-
Contemporary Moral ls-
sues, Christian Morality,
Liturgy and Worship,
Christian Social Action.
Senior class modera-
tor... "Our responsibility
is not to stop the future,
but to shape it... to
channel our destiny in hu-
Art 1,2,3, Creative Letter-
ing... "Oh my God!" Al-
ways wanted to converse
with Michelangelo and
have the opportunity to
study from him. .. Frus-
trated by apathetic stu-
Honors Physics, Physics,
Physical Science, Book-
store, ASB Finance
Moderator. . . Like brains
81 eggs, hash browns with
kumquat marmalade. ..
"Circa-circa," "Suck it
up." Constantly frus-
trated being imitated by
Ting 1, 2, 8. Accounting
P.E. Varsity Coach Base-
ball, Frosh Basketball
Behavioral Science, Counsel-
or, Morality, Search. Loves
tennis and Fidel's Chicken
Burritos. . .Always wanted to
play Wimbledon. . .True un-
derstanding comes from not
only looking with the eyes
but seeing from the heart.
DANA SH ELBU RNE
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Writing, British Lit. Cross
SR. PAULINE SHALLOW
Shorthand l, Counselor.
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Faith, Church. "We see
things not as they are, but as
we are." Drinks beer and
loves Fillippi's pizza. .. Frus-
trated by having to wait.
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THOMAS J. STEVES
German l,ll,lll,lV. . .Interna-
tional Club. .. Likes Volaille a
las supreme. . ."Study the
Walls-" Always wanted to
take a safari. . .Frustrated by
a student he can't motivate.
FR. DAVID TASSI
School Chaplain, Worship,
DAVID A. THOENNES
Human Experience Il, World
Cultures I, Legal Rghts. Golf
coach. Likes pizza and Cri-
bari wine...Always wanted
to shoot par golf. . .Frustrat-
ed by stupidity "We
Wildlife Rescue Club, Fresh-
man basketball. Always want-
ed to travel and have a gar-
den,..Frustrated by dirty
air. . ."Hello!"
Algebra I, Geometry, Profi-
ciency Math. Likes beer,
chips and dips... "Danny's
Song," "I can help." Always
wanted to manage a comput-
er facility...Frustrated by
trying to learn that time im-
poses certain limitations on
Math Department Chairper-
son. Math Analysis-Calculas,
Advanced Math, Geometry,
Proficiency Math. Favorite
"Willie" Figure Control, Cre-
ative Dance, Co-ed P.E. GirI's
Varsity Tennis coach. Enjoys
disco music, racquetball and
CAMILLA BECKETT VELT-
Girls self-defense, General
P.E., GirI's swmming coach.
Loves Mexican food. . .Mar-
garitaville. . .Always wanted
to open a million dollar swim-
covnsiss . . .
The religion department does not stop with
just taking four years of religion classes. The
Search Program and special religious activities
throughout the year are all a part of the de-
partment. ln class, religion has also taken a
different approach. The emphasis is on helping
students through a free exchange of issues and
problems during class. Students are encour-
aged to have a positive attitude toward religion
and to see it as part of everyday life.
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What do you do in Science?
You walk in the class
and you sit in your seat. rw
And it's really kinda bad
when you're just about to eat,
'Cause when you turn around and
look at your old desk...
You find a dead frog, scissors,
and a bowl for the mess!
"It kind of reminds you of Tibbs, huh?"
SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
S tudies of the worid
O ther cultures
C urrent events
I mportant people
C Iinical psychologists
I nteresting facts
E xploring the past
N ervously awaiting tests
C alifornia History
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iiSllencia por favor!!
The Foreign Language Depart-
ment boggled its students'
minds with an array of nouns
and verbs. Films, food and field
trips added versatility to the
classes, mispronuncia tions ad-
ded humor, and teachers' dedi-
cation added warmth.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT
Parlez francais, pas anglais!
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The business education department offers classes in
Typing, Consumer Ed., Business Law, and Account-
ing. These classes have a lot to offer Uni students.
The many lessons and skills learned in the classroom
can be put to practical use in school, the world of
business and life in general.
Uni's home economics classes provided a warm,
personal atmosphere in which students could polish
up on their domestic talents. Under the direction of
Mrs. Kassebaum students learned sewing and cook-
ing skills along with the responsibilities of child rais-
Eggs act as surrogate children to child development students.
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P ush-ups, gymnastics, dance,
H and stands, swimming
Y oga, softball, football,
S occer, tennis, badminton,
I ntramurals, self-defense,
A crobatics, running,
E nthusiam, and the usual,
D o we have to suit up today?
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To free imaginations, to express emotions, to cap-
ture ideas, to discipline techniques-this is cre-
ation, and creation is what Uni's Art Department is
all about. Graphic design, sketching, and painting
introduced basic skills to beginners. Now third year
courses allow advanced students to explore further
into their favorite fields of expression. Students also
have the opportunity to try their hand at a wider
variety of mediums. Best of all, the department
stressed an atmosphere of casual relaxation, where
ideas and true effort are matched.
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SECOND PLACE . . .
Our two wild and crazy stat girls: Joan and Anna
Top Row Cl to ry: 50 Scott Maxwell, 12 John Sardina, 35 Mark McKenzie, 63 Jeff Thomas, 84 Joe Monahan, 75 Kevin Ewers, 40 Dan Moore, 70
Bob Jondall, 74 Rick Balelo, 81 Bill Thomas, Second Row: 72 Paul Sharp, 64 Joe Losano, 61 Daniel Thomas, 80 Kevin Cammall, 82 Mike Strange,
76 Tracy Reed, 23 Steve Simmons, 44 Gary Rickling, 24 Ray Stuberg, 41 Craig Leedham, 73 Sean Doyle, 52 Joe Jardin, 43 Clyde Taitano, 20
Vern Gaston, 1 David Martinez, 62 Jerry Ralph, 51 Tony Petraglia, 10 Danny Anguiano, 42 Nate Porlas, 22 Brian Hines, 60 Marty Hunter.
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and Sean Doyle wrestle with Mission Bay Quarterback.
Mr. Ramos took over as this year's new Varsity
head coach. He described the season as "dis-
appointing," considering the fact that the Sen-
tinel had predicted they would take the West-
ern League Championship. The team's final
standing was a three-way tie for second place
with a 4-3 league record ad and a 4-5 overall.
The squad's MVP was running and defensive
back, Gary Ricking. Pat Connors and Rick Ba-
lelo won the defensive and offensive awards
respectively. With a new experienced coaching
staff and many good returning players, look
out Western League for next year!
Varsity Football 135
J.V. FOOTBALL: KICK, PASS,
With a strong defensive line, this year's J.V. Football team ended the
season with a 4-2-1 record which placed them 3rd in the Western
League. Coach Casciato was impressed their skills and feels there
will be some strong additions to the Varsity team next year. Captur-
ing the Most Improved title was David Redfield 84 Most Inspirational
was Matt Hettenbach.
Top L to R Robert Meador, Kyle Keller, John SanFilippo, Ronald Zenker, Ted Jungers. Second Row L to R: Mike Seisel Kevin Moran Rod
Wilske David Dowling Third Row L to R: Steve Connolly, Mike Hettenbach. Ray Abeyta, Steve Misleh, Dwayne Parker Theron Baynard
First Row L to R Bernard Meador, Sandy Acol, Anthony Whitmarsh, David Redfield, Gordon Achatz, Ken Bergeron Paul Graber Coaches
Rudy Casciato Carl Cummings.
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The Freshmen team's O-6-1 record does not reflect the team's
winning spirit. "We went into every game thinking we could
win, but football is a game of breaks - we just got bad
breaks," explained Mr. Marcus, the team coach. Much was
accomplished not in terms of the winflose column, but in
terms in fulfilling the team's goals of instilling discipline, con-
trol, and the fundamentals of football in the relatively unexper-
ienced squad. The team's MVP was Anthony McClendon who
played many different positions and is, as his coach puts it, "a
l great athlete."
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Top Row: David Croft, Dan Farney, Joe Dunne, Joe Martinez, Wayne Brown, Second Row: Jeff Babbitt, Steve Osmers, Steve Howell,
Rafael Munoz, Joe Wainio, Mike Yong. Third Row: Chris Weke, John Preciado, Charles Smith, Tyrone Stevens, Kenneth Mc Faul,
Tom Chavez, Anthony Ybarra. Fourth Row: Coach Jacobacci, Mike Whelan, Fredrico Bustria, Tom Cahill, Scott Brown, Roger
Hayes, Joe Martinez, Robert Stocklin, Brian Maguire, Greg Kelly, Coach Napier. Fifth Row: Coach Rubidoux, Anthony Mc Clendon,
Jose Garcia, Mario Crivello, Brian Milvaney, Mike Nottoli, John Sharp, Pat Millay, Sean Lavine, Joe Everrett, Coach Marcus.
N CHEERLEADERS FORM A CHORUS LINE OF SPIRIT
Michelle Correia, Julie Geraci, Maria Lopez, Head Cheerleaderg Lorie Bergeron, Amy Johnson. Camera ShyfNathalie Gray.
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We're the ones that talk so loud, and wear the small, red
vest! We try to look real sexy, vve're faithful and We're proud.
'Cause we're rooting for the "Dons", and not some team
that's cowed. You'lI always see us there at the game shout-
ing cheers our loud, trying to pep up the guys playing, and
the ones up in the crowd. Yeah, we're a little rowdy, and
some of us are modest, but Uni's J.V. Cheerleaders are the
cuest and the hottest!!!
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VOLLEYBALL QUALIFIES FOR C IF
Third Year In A Row.
Teamwork was an important reason why the
volleyball team took second place with a
league record of 15-3. With the return of this
year's junior players and the recruitment of
players from this year's undefeated J.V. team,
Uni can promise a very strong Varsity team for
Top Row: Sr. Sara, Martha Lara, Cathy Rico, Patricia Cravo Carla Everett Janet Loos Greg Witteman Jeanne Berray Theresa Fischer
Diane Duplessis, Jean Mullen, Suzie Kovac, Whitney Witteman
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VOLLEYBALL SPIKES AGAIN! ts
Under the instruction of Coaches Steve Altamirano
and Karl Elam, the Junior Varsity team was unde-
feated in league play with a record or 18-O. Mr. A.,
despite a leg injury, was able to keep the team's
spirit and efficiency up to championship quality.
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First Row: Lisa Haisha, Rita Clark, Eve Selis, Peggy North, Anne Miller, Jackie Post Second Row: Julie Dehn, Karen Smyth, Carol Diederich,
Mary Hickey, Marjorie McKinley, Karl Elam Third Row: Coach Altamirano, Suzanne Krische, Jodi Haff, Shelley McKeone, Margie Borer, Lisa
Lytle, Mary Patt Willroot, Heidi Janzen
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BADMINTON TEAM SHOWS IMPROVEMENT
Moving in a forward direction, this year's Badminton team was
ranked fourth in the Western League. The improvement, says
Coach Prather, is due to key players working together. The
Most Valuable Player title was shared this year between Valer-
ie Schmidt and Nanette Butler. Lourdes Garay had the Most
Improved title. Coach Prather is excited about next year's
team because there is the possibility of it being co-ed. She is
looking forward to the change.
Front Row Cl to rj: Ann Nagy, Jeannie Perez, Kathy Stafford, Ingrid lnnecken, Valerie
Schmidt Karen Hall, Second Row: Lourdes Garay, Rene Ognibene, Kathy Coil, Agnes Leon
Denise Miller. Third Row: Crissa Meinert, Nanette Butler, Lydia Percy, Jennifer Butler. Forth
Row Coach Prather, Brenna Baynard, Julie Souza, Margaret Cahill
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Front Row: Veronica Seyde, Natalie Gray, Julie Rauner, Jessica Watson, Kristina Straumfjord, Teresa Enriquez. Second Row: Coach
Wilstermann, Theresa Rudolph, Joan Deryckere, Leslie Boysen, Jody Lucas, Elizabeth Rice. Third Row: Bernadette Fager, Karen Stock,
Elaine Sebastian. Not Pictured: Tammy Redondo.
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LOVES THEIR Rl-lCKET
An integral part of any competitive team is
learning and having fun. That's just what our
girl's tennis team did this year, and though
they ended the season with a record of 3-
13, all the games were close. Sharing the
title of Most inspirational were Elaine Sebas-
tian and Joan DeRyker. Tammy Redondo
received the Most Valuable Player award.
There were also several other leading play-
ers on the team. The top singles players
were Tammy Redondo and Kris Struamj-
ford. Karen Stock and Terri Rudolph were
the leading doubles.
Since the majority of leading players will be
graduating this year, next year's team will
need determination and lots of work to de-
velop more depth to the team and increase
the skill level of their beginning players.
There it goes!
CROSS COUNTRY CAPTURES C.I.F. TITLE.
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Varsity 4C.l.F. Champions, back row CI to ry: Fred Davies, Joe Sposato, Mike Robbins,
COBCVP D303 Shelburne Peter Fischer. front row: Tom Zepf, Mike Cooney, Wayne Cody, Rich Hernandez.
The varsity Cross Country team went all out this
year and captured the C.l.F. Championship for 1-
A class schools. Leading the assault were seniors
Mike Robbins, Cfirst in C.l.F.J and Joe Sposato,
CMost Inspirationalj. At the J.V. level, Cliff lnlow
received the Winged Foot Award. The girl's team
also put in a good showing with sophomore, Rosie
Peragine, placing fourth in C.l.F. Char Price was
voted Most Inspirational to the team. Coach Shel-
burne was pleased and added, "Winning makes it
more fun, but it's really being with such a tremen-
dous group of kids that makes coaching worth it."
Mike Robbins crosses the finish line a winner
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Charmaine Price, Lisa Albright, Jennie Ralph.
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Mike Lekupetris, Eddy Gross.
No, the J.V. team did not win every game.They did, however, know which
games to win. By the time the season ended, their record was 5-O in league
play, and they were the Western League Division Champions. Now that's how
the game is played.
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YOUTHFUL SWIM TEAM PLUNGES INTO SEASON
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The Girl's Swim Team had a very
successful and fun-filled season,
with a 7-3 record even though
they did not have ideal practice
hours: 6:30-8:00 A.M. As the
smallest team in the Western
League, 23 swimmers, Uni girls
earned a close third place against ,ot ctw,
La Jolla and Mira Mesa.
Outstanding team members were
returning lettergirls Lisa Bedore,
Mary Beth Allison, and Susie Mar-
tin, along with promising fresh-
men Kim Neeleman, Terry Pleva,
and Lisa Asperin.
Front Row: Paula Krische, Lisa Bedore. Mary Beth Alison, Terri Pleva, Marcia Mullen, Suzanne Martin, Laurie Martinez, Kim Neeleman. 2nd Row:
Theresa O'Flaherty, Julie Bedore, Gretchen Ames, Leslie McCoy, Mary Rice. 3rd Row, Coach Fenton, Erika Bekken, Arcelia Tapia, Lisa Asperin,
Johanna Straunfjors, Karen White, Maura Fleming, Coach Veltmann.
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Back Row L to R: Julie Gimber, Coach Napier, Leianne Watson Raymond Fleury Jim
Crawford, Jon Brause, Kevin Salzman, Grant Flores, Pat Symth Todd Salzman Chuck
McCue, Cathy Diem, Kathy Fenech. Front Row L to R: Mike Diem Bob Jondall Greg
Witteman, Stuart Gimber, Tim Brause, Wayne Brown, Greg Williams
After three years of waiting, the Varsity Wrestling team
went 7-O this year the capture the Western League
title. In the final match of the year, the team crushed
previously undefeated Serra, 47-20. From there, Uni
went to the City Finals where ten wrestlers qualified for
C.l.F. .lon Brause and Greg Williams placed first in their
weights and advanced to the state tournament in San
Jose. Again, Greg placed first in his weight, to become
the state champ. Overall, in C.l.F., the team placed
sixth. As a finale to a successful season, Wayne Napier
was voted Western League Coach of the Year.
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The J.V. also clinched the Western title for the third con-
secutive year. Coach Napier, who was voted Coach of the
Year, led the team to several tournament victories. Ten
wrestlers qualified for the CIF regional tournament. Two of
those wrestlers, seniors John Brause and Greg Williams,
took lst in their weight classes and advanced to the State
Tournament in San Jose. The team placed 6th overall at
CIF as a finale to a highly successful season.
Standing L to R: Julie Gimber, Coach Napier, Cathy Diem, John Walker, Dan Hiel, Tony
Petraglia Andy Gagliano, Mike Contreras, Chris Goscienski, Henry Delgadillo, Mike Spo-
sato Leianne Watson, Cath Fenech Kneelin l. to R: Steve Connolly, Daniel Redfield Jim
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SOCCER TEAM HAS BEST TEAM EVER
The soccer team improved vastly this year
and rounded the season with a 4-10-O re- J A
cord. The team placed fifth in Western
League and scored more goals against top-
rated La Jolla than any other team. The
team played well all season under the lead-
ership of Coach Jacobacci. Fernando Aran-
queren was selected First team Western
League. With many returning players the
soccer team should be looking forward to
the most promising season in Uni history.
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James Dalessio, Kevin Field, Dan Moore. Front L to R: Armando lbarra, Willy Klopchin, David Seyde, Scott Lowther, Jamie Ralph, Randy
Weller, Paul Graber.
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Standing L to R: CBack Rowjz David Vaughn, Jim Peters, Steve Erbacher, Richard Mansur, Hans Wichery, Alfred Panteleon, Jim Parker, Dan
Stanley. Middle Row: Coach Napier, Whitney Witteman, Mike Gaston, Pat Stubbs, Greg Shultz, Mike Lukpetris, John Franca, Joe Cornicelli,
John Ford. Kneeling: Steve Uddo, Mark Vertullo, Mark Stilinovich, Jim Dalessio, Scott Brown, John Connors, Mike Ecks, Ryan Wagner.
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ning season. As a team, they will work for attaining a title
in the League as well as personal growth and achieve-
ment in the game of tennis.
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The Varsity Softball team,
coached by Ms. Mauro had an ex-
ceptional season with a 16-3 re-
cord. The team did not lose a
home game all season. Their
team-work along with their spirit
led them to a second place in the
Western League. Throughout the
year, the girls were kept in sus-
pense by a "secret friend". An-
other member of the team was
assigned to them and surprised
them with gifts from time to time.
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support and drew them closer to-
gether. Uni-y, talent, and great
coaching led to a fantastic sea-
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Back row Cl to rj: Linda North, Madonna Howard, Mary Miranda, Leslie Davis, Barb Steffen
Peggy North, Front row Cl to rj: Coach Mauro, Lee Selis, Ruth Gerrity, Sandy Leighton
Martha Lara, Karla Everett, Jeanne Berray, Heidi Booraem, Kay Keller.
VARSITY SOFTBALL ROUNDS THE BASES T0 A
Barb Steffan shows what a freshman can do.
J.V. SOFTBALL CAPTURES
WESTERN LEAGUE TITLE
The Girls J.V. Softball Team took first place in the Western League with
a league record of 9-1 and an overall record of 13-O. Most Valuable
Player was Sue Purcell, Most Improved was Shelly Post, and Most
Inspirational was Tani Chartier.
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VARSITY BASKETBALL STRUGGLES THROUGH THE
The Varsity Basketball Team tied for 5th in the Western League with a
5-9 league record and 9-18 overall. The outstanding performance of
junior Hans Wichery during the season was recognized throughout the
county. In addition to his many other honors, he was made player of
the year by the Sentinel in their all county Quantas team, He set
school records for the most points and field goals scored and for the
best season average. Honorable mention was given to Senior Rick
Balelo and Junior Joe Winters in the all league team.
Standing L to R: Coach McCormick, Scott Tracy, Joe Winters, Rick Balelo, Hans Wichery, Doug Barbara, Jim Peters,
Henry Lemus, Eric Shine, Kneeling: Brian Moorehouse, Andy Cruz.
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Back Row L to R: Bob Lemus, Gordon Achatz, Joe Monahan, William Holman, Coach Peck, Bob Doty, Tim Corroll, Ron Zenher, Mark
Manady,. Front Row L to R: Kenneth Brown, Onesimo Balelo.
According to Coach Peck, the J.V. Basketball team was
"balanced" and everyone had a chance to play. The
team placed third in league standings with an 8-6
league record and 11-14 overall. Gordon Achatz and
Bill Holman won the team awards for their outstanding
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This year's freshman bas-
ketball team had a 7-9 re-
cord in the Western
League. Jim Carroll was
voted Most Valuable Play-
er and Tim Reilly was cho-
sen Most lmporved.
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BOY'S SWIM TEAM
MAKES A SPLASH
With an enthusiastic group to work with, Mr.
Minor's first year of coaching the Swim team B
will be made a little easier. Many returning
players along with fresh new faces should all
add to a successful, funfilled year.
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i ingsworth, James Raggio, David Ragsdale, Gery Gross, Jerry Stenly, Jeff Turner, Ruchard Pilsl, John Raggio. Bottom row Cl to rj: Frank
Reichert, David Creche, Doug Beaulo, Matt Brown, Norman Gross, Chris Miske, Coach Minor.
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BOYS TRACK AND FIELD ARE BETTER THAN EVER
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But it's not as easy as it looks! than 4Oft.
Back Row L to R: John Sanfilippo, Don Hewitt, Shawn Hart, John Gorman, Mike Robbins, Fred Davies, Pete McGuire, Brian McMorrow,
Frank lngrande. Fourth Row L to R: Billy Kemper, Tom Sorenson, Mike Strange, Bob Jondall, Mark MacKenzie, Joe Lozano, Jon Brause,
John Connors, Jim Connors, Pete Fischer. Third Row: Gil Griffin, Robert Hicke, Bill Zeph, John Watson, Greg Gonion, Mike Cooney, Mark
Rosebrook, Greg Williams, Joe Sposato, Ray Kiefer. Second Row: Scott Tracy, Jim Winsor, Bill Thomas, Gary Rickling, Frank Fennessey,
Mario Crivello, Bob Simmons, Pete Macaraeg, Jose Medina. Front Row: Anthony McCledon, Ken Burgeron, Coach Tibbs, Earl Robinson,
Coach Marcus, Coach Shelburne, Greg Witteman, Wayne Cody, Cliff lnlow.
Putting all your strength into it is what it takes.
Precision timing and total accuracy is needed for the
perfect baton pass.
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This year's J. V. and Varsity GirI's Track teams are
really cooking. Last year, the girls were developing and
building their strength, but Coaches Shelburne and
Marcus feel that we've now got a team to be reckoned
with. We've got some fine athletes who'll prove to be
GIRL'S TRACK TRUCKS ON AND ON AND.
competition ffom now on.
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ise this year Monica practices for the quickest start in the sprents.
Back row fl to ry: Patty Cravo, Malia Miracle, Shelly Post, Chris Morgan, Annette Roy, Mary Dubreuil, Patty Zepf, Kathleen Bradly, Alicia
Lytle, Denise Miller, Tricia Kirkhope. Fourth row: Joan Beeson, Lisa Abeyta, Jennie Ralph, Beth Holman, Rosalyn Brady, Caroline
Keller, Liz Patton, Kim Silva, Kathy Feneck, Terry Rudolph. Third row: Monica Biard, Theresa Schmidt, Debbie Walz, Julie Mascari,
Shelley Lozano, Michelle Plank, Reigna Risk, Suzanne Krishe, Wendy Hayeward, Noel Chartier. Second row: Susan Boileau, Kathy
Mackerley, Eva Cardner, Vicki Paglioso, Annette Mangiameli, Abby Veladian, Ruthie Thornburg, Mary Miranda, Terry Trolinger, Tani
Chartier,. Front row: Jean Sells, Lila Duda, Rosemary Whitman, Donna White, Coach Tibbs, Coach Marcus, Coach Messina, Coach
Shelburne, Mariella Ohep, Rosie Peragine, Charmine Price.
GOLF TEAM: IN THE SWING OF THINGS
Golf is a sport that every-
one can enjoy, and our
Uni team goes at it "full
Swing". The team is com-
prised of ten players, six
players per match, who
practice twice a week.
Coach Thoennes feels
that they have improved
greatly since last spring
and is certain that the im-
provements will continue
in the future. At the end of
last season, Uniwas tied
for third place in the
Thoennes looks ahead
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Standing CI to rj: Coach Thoennes, David Jannone, Richard Hernandez, Gary Reglado. Kneeling fl to . . .
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GlRL'S VARSITY BASKETBALL: DRIBBLE, SHOOT, WIN!
Back Row L to R: Margaret Fischer, Ruth Gerity, Kathy Otto, MaryAnn McKeone, Lee Selis, Diane Duplessis, Jean Mullen. Kneeling: Martha
Lara, Cathy Cohn, Peggy North, Mary Hickey, Johnna Matranga.
The Girl's Varsity Basketball team was the Western League
champ last year and they have the raw talent to do it again
this year. The girls work well together, have lots of fun, and
are filled with high hopes. There will be many returning
players, so that next year everyone will know, they're the
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s of N f lg This year's J.V. team is comprised of almost all
freshmen, Despite their youth, they are a strong
team that is really working. Under the inspiration-
al coaching of Ms. Mauro, they should have a
Standing L to R: Sue Purcell, Chris Reilly, Shelley McKeone, Sue Chelsa, Mary Whelan. Kneeling: Barb Steffen, Lewis Davis, Ann Nichols, Heidi
Booream, Front: Maria Mello.
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Back Row L to R: Coach Serrano, Dave Martinez, Steve Simmons, Chris Cohn, Danny Anguiano, Onesimo Balelo, Coach Rubidoux. Middle
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standing performance and take the CIF title for
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Standing L to R: Coach Casciato, Chris Loweer, Jaime Ralph, Steve Levy, Tony Whitmarsh, Chris Coones, Dwayne Parker, Coach
Cummins. Kneeling: Rod Wilske, Joe Monahan, Kyle Keller, Gene Gaggney, Bob Doty, Ron Zenker, David Redfield. Not Pictured: George
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The Freshmen baseball team will play a full 17 game
schedule during the season. The team's coach, Mr.
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Names to watch out for in upcoming season play are
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The trials and tests of the underclass years
have dried up and blown away.
Replaced by a confidence new and strong
that is seemingly here to stay.
With the upcoming events of the school year
our days are filled with fun.
But the thought remains with everyone
there are bookloads of work to be done.
But we're strong of spirit, strong of heart, each and everyone.
We will take all the challenges that come our
and be able to say we won!
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Mary Beth Allison
Third year in high schoolg you're finally
an upperclassmanl What do Juniors like
about their new power?
"When stomping on others toes, you ca
without fear of getting stomped back."
"You can act older."
"You can push around all the little tots."
No one bothers you.
"Getting nearer to graduation."
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Jo Marie Filippone
Jo Marie Gangitano
"l'm sure l put my flight log in here somewhere'
Juniors, what is your contribution to
My great athletic ability."
My school spirit."
My best behavior."
"All my talent especially my great voice."
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"Hey! Look at this in the classified ads. Wanted full
head of hair. D. Beswick."
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Juniors have spirit that can't be licked!
What is the highlight of the Junior year?
"Getting out of it will be the highlight."
"Winning the Spirit Mug, yeah!"
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Not too big, not too small,
Just in between, not special at all.
Knowing some things, forgetting others,
Getting rides home with mothers and brothers.
Being a sophomore is sometimes a bore.
Things we do, seem as if we've done them before.
See the freshmen getting lost,
But don't help them whatever the cost!
We've all been through the teasing before
And really don:'t care for any more.
New experiences lie not far ahead
CWatch that traffic light, it's turning redlb.
When we can drive it will be great,
And for senior year, we can hardly wait!
But sophomore year isn't all that bad,
Just think of all the fun we've had!
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but still in between. Being a
Sophomore, what does it mean?
"When l was a Freshman it was easy,
now the work is harder. They don't
treat us like babies anymore."
"Really nothing because you are just
in a different grade." "When we were
Freshmen we got kicked around but
now we are one step closer to being
at the top." "We are like a part of
the school. We feel like we belong.
We're part of the student body."
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Uni student gives her support to school.
Sophomores, what changes would you like to see
at Uni? "The tardy rule." "They should have
more activities during lunch time." "Everything!"
"The food in the machines to fresh food." "My
grades." "Nothing, everything is O.K." "More
coverage of girls sports in the El Cid. They are
part of Uni too!" "Maybe just make it a little
more fun for the students." "I would like to
change the path to the school and make it
shorter." "Change the sophomore lockers to the
Hey everybody-we're spirited, too!!
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the finer points of ballet.
"Henry Robert, Catherine Roberts, Gladys Rob-
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Dr. Willard Cratchlieu, famed mad scientist, fascinated Uni students
when he spoke here on October 31, 1978.
in the school and try to get good grades." "Don't sit on the Senior
Stairs if you know what is good for you." "Get rid of all your hard
classes." "Don't act dumb." "Stay cool." "Say you're a sophomore."
"Be yourself." "Take it easy, do all your homework, and eat your
"Here birdie, birdie!"
SCHOOL FOR A FRESHMAN
The faces are unfamiliar,
The schedule equally baffling,
And, though you may survive 'til the end of the day,
You'll seldom end up laughing.
The school is a maze of halls and doors
Arid the courses are stiff and hard.
The juniors and seniors taunt and tease
And seldom take your part.
Amid the turmoil, crowd, and noise,
Your locker must be opened.
But once your locker combo's learned
The complaints are left unspoken.
F block is getting steadily boring,
The teacher drones on and on.
You glance at the clock, the final bell rings,
Your day at school is done.
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new. Lockers, schedules, home-
work, cute girls, and foxy guys.
Whatever their experiences,
Frosh are eager to express their
impressions of school.
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Freshmen's first impressions of Uni
"Nothing to get excited about,
"This is going to be a long year,
"Friendly welcoming," "What a
huge campus!" "So much home
work," "N-ot as big as l thought,
"Good-looking male teachers!"
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Freshmen, what is the biggest difference be-
tween high school and grammar school?
"Less severe tortures and no machine gun
"You're on your own here."
What do Freshmen like best about Uni?
"Being treated like an intelligent being."
Our logical schedule."
"The foxy assortment of girls.
"The Pizza Man."
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Laurie Ann Purshouse
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"Day 5 is Friday unless we drop on Monday which makes Day 2
Wednesday instead of Tuesday. . ,so what the heck is my next
class ? "
What are Freshmen going to contribute to
Uni? "A long and torturous memory of
me." "Myself." "Nothing" "My best be-
havior." "I don't know yet."
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What you have to attempt-to be yourself. What you have to pray for-to become a
mirror in which, according to the degree of purity of heart you have attained, the
greatness of life will be reflected
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