University of San Diego High School - Presidio Yearbook (San Diego, CA)
- Class of 1981
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TIME . . . always passing, never waiting, yes-
terdays, todays, tomorrows. Time - weaving
strands of memories . . . unforgettable, irretriev-
able, precious moments frozen in time.
There is a time for everything - a time to be
happy, a time to relax, a time to listen, to talk
with God, a time to celebrate, to work, a time to
learn and love and grow. There is time for quiet
solitude and time to spend with those who care.
These are the gifts oftime to us -the moments,
hours, months, and years.
Time is ever present in our minds -five min-
utes before the bell, one week before vacation,
one year until graduation. It passes slowly
when we wait and quickly when we are not
ready to move on.
Take time to stop, time to look back again.
Take time . . . and live each day to the fullest.
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Working with positive dedication,
Uni's 1980 ASB Cabinet showed great
progress in serving the students. Last
year, the Associated Student Body
elected these eight students to represent
all students. The Cabinet meets once a
month to organize fundraisers, assem-
blies, dances and other student activi-
ties, and strives every day to achieve its
goals, working with the administration
to satisfy both the students' and the
, Treasurer Iohn Watson
Coordinator of School Activities Cherie Frude
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Most Likely to Succeed and ,
Best Personality . . .Tony
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Loudest Mouth . . .Mike Smyth,
Biggest Flirt. . . Rod Wilske, Mary Petricca
Most Athletic Ioe Monahan, Peggy
Most Talented . . . Iohn Dolan, Eve Selis 5
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Prettiest Eyes . . .Dan Lavine, Karen Toye
Class Clown . . . Bill Holman, Gena Taitano
Deserted Island Companion. . .NeziBalelo,
Prettiest Smile . . . Henry Delgadillo, Lisa
Best Dressed . . .Alfred Pantaleon, Patty Maguire
Most Innocent . . . Bob Michalek, Mary Steffen
Cutest Couple . . . Sandy Acol, Marivi Lopez
Most Spirited . . . Ierry Roller, Theresa Brazier
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Green, green, green,
Freshmen show their spirit,
Students suited up for Sports Day,
U-N-I, let's hear it!
Everything is getting bluer,
Super Sophomores reign,
"Little kids" are everywhere,
Uni, win the game!
Look and see the Mellow Yellow,
Iuniors on the rise,
All sorts of hats, gloves, and wigs,
Uni spirit, reach the skies!
Walk through mighty Senior Country,
Look at all that red,
Rowdy, "Seniors Rule" the scene,
Uni, forge ahead!
Red, gold red, and gold,
Uni's day is here at last
All the classes show their colors,
One Woman's Opinion
Spirit Week's a blast!
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The Winning Senior Class Float
Queen Rita Clark and Escort
Above: Senior Princess Eve Selis and Escort Mike Correia
Below: Senior Princess Pam I-Iaisha and Escort Rod Wilske
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Freshman Princess Sandra Haisha and Escort Keith Anderson, Iunior Princess Iulie Mas-
cari and Escort Rick Madruga, Sophomore Princess Lisa Bufalini and Escort David This-
Fans flocked to USD 'on Friday, November 7 to watch the University
Dons battle the Serra Conquistadors. The sound of Uni's band filled the
air as spectators found spots on the benches, railings, and walls to
watch the game.
The game began! Anticipation and excitement reflected in people's
eyes as the players ran onto the field. The Conquistadors, sorry to say,
ended the half with 20-8.
Cars and floats paraded around the field as the halftime ceremonies
began. Homecoming princesses and their escorts were presented to the
strains of the song, "Yesterday" The crowd cheered as Rita Clark was
crowned Queen. The Class of '81 won Spirit Week and Float.
The Dons picked up in the fourth quarter but time ran out with the
score 35-24 Serra.
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Here they are! University's Varsity Cheerleading Squad!
as, Uni, these people were down on the field, out on the
'm floor, dancing and cheering our teams on to victory.
ale "Yell-leaders" returned to Uni this year in Tom
'anklin and Ierry Roller. Marivi Lopez, Head Cheer-
ader, praises this group as the best she's ever worked
ith, mainly because they were all eager to learn and
Uni has a proud squad here. Rated the most spirited
group attending the National Cheerleaders Association
summer camp, who wouldn't be? Leaving the camp with
four spirit sticks, they returned to Uni with their spirit
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16 Student Life
EGISTRATION SIGNALS START OF EW YE R
Iust when the relaxation of summer was beginning to sink in, it
was destroyed by the moment students and teachers had hoped
would never come: Registration Day, one of the first signs that
another year of high school was ahead. For some, it would be the
In keeping with 1980's inflationary trend, the prices of books,
locks, PE clothes and ASB fees soared. One math book cost S30.
and Advanced Placement History students paid more than S70 for
The confusion about schedules and lockers, familiar to veteran
Uni students, traumatized newcomers. There was, however, some-
thing different about this particular Registration Day. Those stu-
dents fortunate enough to have last names beginning A-M had
retake pictures not once, but twice, because of faulty camera
Registration gave us all a chance to reflect on the most impor-
tant fact: only 175 days until summer vacation rolls around again.
We gathered together before the Lord
to express our spirituality and unity at
masses. At the Homecoming Mass,
guest celebrant Fr. Dan Griesgraber, an
alumnus, brought a new dimension to
For the first time in a decade, Bishop
Leo T. Maher celebrated with us at the
Christmas Mass. There were many
familiar faces at the altar when priests
from local parishes visited at another
The folk group, led by Mr. Shaf-
ranske, provided the music for all our
masses, and the school acquired song-
books so that each student could partic-
The overall attitude throughout the
year was excellent, shown in the
thoughtful, mature behavior during the
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MASSES ARE TIME
TO REPLECT A D UNIFY
prayers of the faithful.
Counter Clockwise From Above: Mr. Gorsich administers ash to begin the
Lenten season: The folk group leads the students in song: Theron Baynard
receives the Eucharist from Father Tassig Father Dan Greisgraber, a Uni
alumnus, blesses the host at the Homecoming Mass: Students and visiting
priests listen attentively to Father Lanphier's sermon: Father Dillabough
offers communion at the Ash Wednesday Mass: Tim Howe delivers the
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SHARP SHOW BOTH HYPNOTIZINC
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"You're a dancer . . . a singer . . . a
child again a sex symbol
Romeo and Iuliet Burt Reynolds
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One night in january, a dozen Uni
students had a chance to live their
fantasies - at least in their minds.
After explaining about the differ-
ent types of extra-sensory percep-
tion, George and joyce Sharp
shocked the audience by guessing
words that members mentally
"transmitted" to them. Then the
Sharps hypnotized about thirty vol-
unteers from the audience, weeding
out those who did not fall into the
"subconscious state" until twelve
were left. Spectators howled when
Steve Levy leapt across the stage as
"Rad Surfer", and as David jannone
took a motorcycle trip. Everyone got
a chance to get into the act when the
subjects found their favorite celeb-
rity in the audience or taught their
friends how to square dance and
Most students agreed that the
Sharp Show was just as entertaining
as past hypnotist shows, and was
much more educational.
Clockwise from left: Peter Canepa gives Burt
a run for his money: Ms. Sharp puts her sub-
jects into their hypnotic stateg john Appel
swings his partner round and round: Denise
Hart does her Raquel Welch imitation while
Greg George trightj registers approvalg Peter
Canepa leads his favorite "celebrity", Mrs.
Marsella, onto the stage.
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Gliding down the runway, the model
stopped to turn and smile at her friends
and parents in the audience. They had
come to enjoy "Fashion Cruise '81", the
annual fashion show presented by
Uni's clothing classes, and they were
Talented students from Mrs. Estelle
Kassebaum and Mrs. Pat Prather's sew-
ing classes modeled garments they cre-
ated, everything from swimwear for the
sunny beaches of Puerto Vallarta to
evening wear appropriate for dinner at
the Captain's table. Custom made wet
suits and ski wear were big hits.
One of the most impressive things
about the show was the number of men
that sewed their own three-piece suits
or sports jackets. Highly professional
technique was shown even by begin-
ning students, and more advanced
workers demonstrated great originality
in modifying patterns with their own
Clockwise from above: Linda Morrill is ready for
a day at the races in her jogging suitg Mike
McCartney won't get cold waiting the big waveg
Cherie Frude and Bill Hollingsworth out on the
town in their own creations: Spectators return
Pam Haisha's big smile as she models her ski
jacket: her classically styled dress complements
Reigna Risk: Christine Sperrazzo looks like she
just jetted in from Europe: Maureen Purcell is all
set for summer.
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The Student Art Exhibit opened for a
week-long run in the C.C. Center on
Ianuary 19 featuring the work of many
talented arts and crafts students.
Included in the display were pen and
ink drawings, air brush creations, silk
screen designs, and wood crafts from
the first semester classes of Miss Rosa
and Mr. A. Those who dropped in to
view the show were impressed by the
quality of the art works on exhibit, and
looked forward to seeing the creations
of second semester art students at the
show in Iune.
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"Will you turn my ring? That
makes fifty, I only need thirty-two
more." The tradition that good luck
accompanies a class ring being
turned the number of one's gradua-
tion year was thus observed by the
class of '82.
On December 15, 1980, in the
Immaculata, about 150 juniors par-
ticipated in another tradition, the
Iunior Ring Mass. The celebration
was special this year because the
rings arrived on the day of the mass,
and for the first time, Bishop Leo T.
Maher blessed them himself.
The theme for the Ring Mass,
"Love is the Answer," was reflected
in the Bishop's homily and in the
choice of songs. Uni's Show Chorus
and a folk group specially organized
for the mass provided the music.
After the mass, the senior class gave
the juniors a reception in Universi-
ty's Catechetical Center.
26 Junior Ring Mass
RING MASS NEW TWIST
BALDICER IN TRIGUING PREVIEW TO H.A.W.
A week before Hunger Awareness
Week, signs reading "Who is Baldicer?"
and "We need Baldicer" began to
appear all over campus. Some students
sported green armbands and when
asked why, they would smile and reply,
"I work for Baldicer." Finally, on Feb-
ruary 20, a sign shouting "Baldicer is
Here" appeared by the library. It turned
out that Baldicer stood for BALanced
Dlet CERtificates and was actually a
game. But Baldicer was only a preview
of "Harvest of Hope" a Hunger Aware-
ness program to begin next week.
"Hunger can be eliminated if we take
action" was the theme of the week.
HAW was an educational experiment
in interdisciplinary learning organized
by Mrs. Adrienne Doyle. Its purpose
was to awaken student interest in a
very urgent social issue- world hun-
ger. Teachers had the option of whether
or not to cover the hunger issue in class:
most teachers devoted part of class time
to the issue. The Foreign Language
classes talked about the hunger issue in
foreign countries: how nutrition
affected both the mind and behavior
was discussed in Psychologyg in English
class, novels and short stories relating
to hunger were read: in fact all the
teachers managed to relate to the sub-
jects they taught.
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HU GER AW RENESS WEEK
OFFERS HOPE SOLUTIONS
On Thursday, we had a special schedule. Three
distinguished speakers discussed hunger in a
morning symposium. Reverend Thomas Pettep-
iece gave the keynote address about responsibil-
ity and reasons for hope. Dr. Paul Saltman talked
about nutrition, and Dr. Robert Livingston dis-
cussed how malnutrition related to the mind. The
symposium was followed by two seminars which
the students selected and the showing of the film
"Grapes of Wrath." Several speakers, including
Mrs. Estelle Kassebaum, discussed the changes
we could make in our lifestyle in order to con-
serve resources. Doug Curley, a local newsman,
lectured on the effect of the media on the hunger
issue. San Diego Supervisor lim Bates and Mrs.
Betty Mclntosh talked about hunger in San Diego.
Other representatives from local organizations
discussed their roles in attempting to deal with
HAW took three months of planning which
included approval by the school, recruiting of
speakers, scheduling of events, and many other
arrangements. "There are many times when it felt
discouraging. But however much it cost in time,
effort, and dollars, if it changed even one person's
mind about hunger, it was worth it," remarked
Mrs. Doyle. During the week, students reacted to
the films and class discussions on hunger. Many
took action by participating in the Youth for
Youth Walk which raised money for the poor.
HAW was a success indeed!
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28 Hunger Awarness Week
Page 27, From Top: Roselyn Aguila sports a Baldi-
cer Ribbong a Speaker addresses studentsg Sally
Dadmun and Kris Stiven tell students how they
This Page, Clockwise From Left: Mr. Zoll con-
gratulates Mrs. Adrienne Doyle on a job well
done: Rev. Tom Pettepiece offers solutions to the
moral problems of starvation: Dr. Robert Living-
ston stresses the importance of nutrition for
proper brain developmentg Dr. Paul Saltman
makes a point about nutritiong newsman Doug
Curley addresses a class on the importance of the
media in social action.
Hunger Awarness Week 29
INTRAMURALS CHALLENGE LUNCHTIME
Because of the great organization of
Intramurals Coordinator Iohn Dolan,
the student body spent their lunchtimes
not only eating but also participating in
In October, ping-pong tables were
assembled in the hall by the 50's for
avid ping-pong players and fans. Out of
the fifty competitors, Matt Cohn won
first place while Mark Sperrazzo took
second. Matt and his brother, Mike,
won the doubles for the past three
years: this is Matt's first time as singles
In December, 28 teams K6 players per
teaml participated in the lunchtime vol-
In the 2-on-2 basketball intramurals,
the Reyes-Thistle team dribbled its way
to victory over a field of twenty-one
Clockwlse From Left: George Beltran tries to
stop Dave Thistle s scoring drive: Dave This-
tle in turn will go to any lengths to keep
George from the score' ping-pong champ Matt
Cohn is so confidents that he doesn't even stop
for lunch' Xavier Porlas shoots for two points:
this lunchtime sportman is determined to win.
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Throughout the history of Uni's intra-
murals, there has never been a display of
class competition and spirit to rival this
year's powder puff football tournament.
The first game pitted the sophomores
against the freshmen. The sophomores,
coached by Mr. Zoll and Mr. Marcus,
defeated the frosh in a close 7-6 game.
The freshmen, coached by Mr. Iacobacci,
displayed much effort and spirit but
couldn't overcome the speed of the soph-
The second game was a head-on clash
between the juniors and seniors. In this
game, no points were scoredg the winner
of the game was the team which had
gained the most yardage, the seniors. It
was a bitter loss suffered by the juniors
and Coach Rubidoux, but they walked
away with an undying spirit, repeating to
themselves, "lust wait till next year!"
The third game was the big Puff Bowl.
The sophomores headed on to the field
with the confidence of their running and
passing game backing them up. The sen-
iors felt confident of their speed on
offense as well as their outstanding
defensive line. The rivalry was fierce, the
teams ready for each other, and the
excited fans screaming for blood. The
sophomores took a 12 point lead in the
first half, and after halftime the seniors
attempted a rally but scored only six
points. So the score remained 12-63 the
triumphant sophomores received a shin-
ing trophy as their reward for a game
OW, A WORD FROM OUR SPONSORS
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Clockwise from left opposite page: "Kiss me! I've
got the 'Signal."': See no evil, hear no evil, speak
no evil - do no evil?g "I dare ya to call it regular. I
dare ya!"g Iudy's a Pepper. Wouldn't you like to
be a Pepper, too?g "Why do you think they call it
'Close-up'?"g "Now he's a Herman Ioseph!"g "I'm
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Our days were filled with essays and
problems and labs. We shared secrets, and
fun, got involved at school. But we also
never forgot that the world was going on its
way right outside our door. Triumphs and
tragedies, good news and bad: we felt and
experienced them all.
The 52 hostages' ordeal continued as the
first bell called September classes to order.
Blaring headlines raised and dashed our
hopes: the second Christmas came and went
and still no release. Finally, on Ianuary 20,
the Iranians ended the 444 day captivity.
San Diego welcomed back Richard More-
field. Ticker-tape fluttered and suddenly
yellow ribbons were everywhere.
On that same day, Ronald Reagan became
our 40th President and the country took a
turn to the right. l-le'd defeated an
exhausted Carter the November before:
Independent Iohn Anderson paved the way
for future third party candidates.
Music fans the world over mourned Iohn
Lennon's assassination outside his New
York apartment. Some sported black arm-
bands and more than a few Uni students
attended memorial services in Balboa Park.
San Diego football fans thrilled as the
Charger's bid for their first Super Bowl
escalated into a reality. They progressed
through the play-offs and finally faced the
detested Oakland Raiders. Fans hissed as
Recession hit hard everywhere. Gas
soared to 81.50 per gallon in many places,
food cost more, even textbook prices
reflected the double digit inflation. On a
lighter side, Iohn Travolta's "Urban Cow-
boy" spawned a Western wear craze and
purple was the color of the year. Tweed,
sweaters and Sperry Topsiders were big as
the "Preppy Look" soared in populaty.
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To and from . . .far and wide. . .
Rushing in the morning out to school
And in the afternoon for home . . .
Not everyone had their own car for
Some rode the crowded buses with the
People pushing and shoving to find
Others walked: still others rode in
carpools, which if you
Recall, were the cause of some
The Senior parking lot. There were
Accidents involving punctual parents,
and smashing Seniors,
The brave bikers, and the poor
pedestrians from USD pool, that
Impaired the dirt bank from the lot
Onto the sidewalk. However far,
whatever it took,
Nearly everyone had their special way
of "geting around."
AND A CTHER O E RIDES THE BUS . . .
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work we golg "Pretty soon we'll need parking per-
mits for our bikes!"g After being dropped off, stu-
dents head up the hillg "Mom, I told you that if
you put the station wagon in the dryer, it would
shrink"g "Let's see, 3.785 liters equal one gallon,
and thats 52 liters, so . .
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It's five minutes before the lunch
bell. Yor stomach grumbles and you
shift anxiously in your chair. As you
watch the seconds go by, you realize
that these are the longest five min-
utes of the day. Fellow students are
taking their money out, counting to
see if they have enough for the
machines. You imagine your lunch
sitting in your locker, waiting to be
eaten. You sigh as you remember
that you ate half of it during break.
At last the bell rings! You observe
other people as they rush out of the
buildings like popcorn from a pop-
per. Music from the ASB Office
begins to fill the air. Hordes of peo-
ple rush to the machines, dropping
coins along the way and taking cuts
to buy junk food at exorbitant prices.
You run off to "the spot" where you
always eat lunch and meet with
friends. Others take off to the library
to work on last night's homework
which is due in the next class. You
just sit back and relax -lunch is the
best time of the day.
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Clockwise From Above: "Lose your
nickel, son?"g special friends: Bill Hol-
man and Mike Smyth: Teenage Contor-
tionistsg "Hey baby, wanna boogie?"g
The Dimple Kid: "Oh, c'mon, you mon-
sters, I know you put it in here some-
wheref' but, Mrs. Filipowski, you can't
leave yet- it's only 3:29!
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WHERE DO YOU HANG OUT?
"I'll be on the stairs." "Meet me at
the wall." "Let's go to the library."
"Who wants to go to the machines?"
Whenever we wanted to find some-
one, we knew exactly where to look:
where they hung out. Certain groups
just seemed to gravitate to specific
areas on campus.
In keeping with tradition, seniors
ruled the stairs. Those of Italian and
Portuguese descent met at the "Wop
Wall," along with a few others. The
most studious ended up in the library
while those who liked quiet watched
the Bay from the west wall.
The Machines were the favorite
hangout for the terminally hungry
and the wall by room 40 remained a
popular spot for finishing up home-
work. One familiar group took the
lawn by The Tree as their own and
another tree in the courtyard was the
property of Uni's Athletic Depart-
But hangouts were most than just a
place to be. As a place to en'oy free
time and share with friencls, they
were an integral part of Uni life.
UNI BASKS IN SUN OP AMERICA
Balboa Park. The Zoo. Old Town.
Mission Bay. Tijuana. The Coronado
Bridge. The mountains. The desert.
Fifty miles of the best beaches in the
world. As citizens of America's "Finest
City" we enjoyed all these and more, all
no more than an hour away.
Uni students were especially lucky.
Perched atop some of the finest real
estate in San Diego, we could look out
for miles around. To the west lay Mis-
sion Bay: many of us worked there at its
world famous marine park, Sea World.
Beyond, the ocean gleamed in the sun
and the lights of Pt. Loma shone.
To the South, Mission Valley buzzed
with activity. Not only tourists enjoyed
its hundreds of restaurants and 2 huge
shopping centers. just across the street,
the University of San Diego's blue
dome glinted brightly. As well as
several community colleges, Uni gradu-
ates could choose between huge San
Diego State or the highly respected UC
San Diego without even leaving town.
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STRIVING POR EXCELLENCE AFTER HOURS
By 2:30 each afternoon, the majority
of Uni students were on their journeys
home, leaving a dedicated few to run,
jump, throw, sing, memorize lines,
write, edit, or photograph. No one
enjoyed staying late after school, but a
certain camaraderie developed
Between the people who stayed every
Would-be athletes drilled in the hot
sun. The yearbook and newspaper
staffs spent long hours rushing to meet
deadlines. The Iesters repeated those
lines over and over again to get them
No one was watching in admiration
and they certainly weren't getting paid,
so why did they spend all those hours
practicing? The applause on opening
night and the cheer of the crowd made
every minute worthwhile.
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back, waits for the snap: "What do we do now
that they've got us surrounded?"g . . . a one and a
two and a three . . .g" "I really wish she'd quit fol-
lowing me! How does she expect me to make a
basket?"g Mika Cutting puts the finishing touches
on the Egyptian frieze while Dan Farney, Greg
George, Kelly Harrington and Theresa Brazier
review their "Murder on the Nile" lines.
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Time-out! Everyday after school,
hundreds of people spent extra time
playing sports on Uni's teams. From
football to badminton, each sport
has something for everyone. Besides
being good exercise, sports teams
provide a chance to meet new peo-
ple, visit other schools, and spend
time doing something that one
enjoys. It's time for people to get
more involved in sports!! Sports help
a school's spirit, and the more people
that become involved, the better it is
for everyone. Staying after school for
sports' activities can be the most fun
part of the day. lt's a time to socialize
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and enjoy each other's company,
while learning about sportsmanship,
and improving one's own talents at
the same time.
Though the season started at a
slow pace for the Varsity Football
Team, by the second half of the sea-
son they made remarkable progress.
The strategies and endeavors of the
offense began to succeed, and the
team was averaging 19 points per
game during the last five games. l
Coach Ramos was very optimistic t
throughout the season. At the begin-
ning, he expected a record of 5-2 for
the season. Unfortunately, difficul-
ties hampered the fulfillment of
these expectations. Four starting pos-
itions were lost due to three key inju-
ries early in the season and the team
was very young. Five of the quarter-
backs in the league were among the
top twelve in the county. The overall
record of 3-6 does not reflect the
team's potential, for the players had
great enthusiasm. Coach Ramos
remarked, "We didn't achieve our
goals, but what is important is that
we had goals and worked very hard
towards achieving them."
The Captain's Award was given to
Dwayne Parker: the Coaches'
Award, to Dave Redfield. The Out-
standing Offensive Player was Steve
Connolly, and Outstanding Defen-
sive Player, Ioe Monahan.
Top Row: Statistician Lila Duda, Coach lack Rubidoux, Coach Mark
Marcus, 79 Tom Ekno, 24 Sean Lavine, 84 Kyle Keller, 50 Steve Connolly,
74 Tim Reilly, Coach Ieff Chung, Coach Ioe Connolly, Statistician Iulie
Mascari. Znd Row: Trainer Kathryn Schorr, Coach Al Rubidoux, Coach
Rich Zielony, 10 Ioe Monahan, 55 Steve Osmers, 86 Dan Otto, 76 Gerry
Scheuerman, 71 Iohn Walker, 41 Dave Redfield, Coach Carl Cummings,
Coach Steve Iacobacci, Statistician Patty Maguire. 3rd Row: Manager
Eve Selis, Head Coach Dan Ramos, 43 Chris Coons, 83 Ieff Babbitt, 80 Pat
52 Varsity Football
Millay, 44 Greg Ketchum, 1 Gar Millay, 59 Tom Stropko, 30 Ioe Evere
Trainer Chris Wehe. 4th Row: 11 Mike Whelan, 21 Ioe Redfield, 22 Da
Lavine, 42 Mark Mahady, 81 Dan Farney, 75 Mike Siese1,63Ioe Dunne,
ron Lipscomb, 66 Mark Coleman, 51 Dwayne Parker. Bottom Row:
Steve Marshall, 33 Theron Baynard, 20 Rod Wilske, 23 Ioaquin Go
salves, 52 Matt Cohn, 85 Kenny Brown, 12 Tony Whitmarsh, 31 Mike Nm
toli, 40 Sandy Acol. Not Pictured: 85 Gordon Achatz, 65 Ricky Martina
64 Iohn Preciado, 70 Ron Zenker.
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Although the Iunior Varsity Foot-
ball Team ended their season with a
2-7 record, they did put in a lot of
effort, according to Coach Mark
Marcus. Being one of the youngest
teams in the league was one major
difficulty the team faced, because
age and size are great advantages to
The men practiced every day after
school with the Varsity, and together
they developed a strong team. The
players expect to have a more suc-
cessful season with the Varsity in
1982. David Thistle was awarded the
one prize offered by the IV team,
YOUNG IV LOOKS TO FUTURE
Most Valuable Player.
54 JV Football
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Back Row: Coach lack Rubidoux, Iohn Patton, Ieff Hin-
ninger, Scott Doren, Head Coach Mark Marcus. Second
Row: Kathryn Schorr, Coach Dan Ramos, Mike Costa, Doug
Moore, Kevin Kennedy, Tom McFarlin, Ieff Chung. Third
Row: Coach Carl Cummings, Iohn Stanford, Doug LeCren,
Iim Sardina, Steve Anderson, David Thistle, Chris Wehe
Fourth Row: Mark Flournoy, Mark Erikson, john Wein-
sheim, Ieff Darby, Iohn Lococo, Mario Crivello, David Mil-
lan, Bert Huerta. Front Row: Mark McCarthy, Paul Winters
Iames Eastman, Steve Liberatore, Iohn Tedrow, Xavier Por-
las, Tony Petricca.
ROSH HAVE T LE T TO GO O
hmen - Top Row: Scott Holmberg, Iack Tarantino, Mike
sley, Iames Orwig, Tim Murphy, Robert Buller, Keith
erson, Billy Gillis, David Grissom. 2nd Row: Coach Al
idoux, Matt Doyle, David Nottoli, lack Burke, Sean Keller,
J MacCarthy, Keith Kaonis, Dante Coladonato, Louie Car-
Head Coach Steve Iacobacci. 3rd Row: Coach Iohn Rick-
ling, Todd Giles, Pat Klopchin, Ierry Pizarro, Adam Barrett,
Paul Stabile, Alex Leon, Drew Flores, Coach Ioe Connolly. 4th
Row: Anthony LaFreniere, Chris Ludecke, Gus Rios, Anthony
De Maria, Brent Wyborney, Ed Arthur, Brian Chadwick, Brett
Harris. Bottom Row: Don Walker, Chris Herb, Danny Bacon,
Ioe Lopez, Bobby Kates, Charlie Kovac, Bobby LaPorta.
After many hard hours of practic-
ing, especially on those particularly
hot days, the Freshman Football
Team developed into a unit and mas-
tered their fundamental skills. The
competition was tough throughout
. the year, specifically from the North
County schools. The team's goal was
i to gain experience in preparing for
i league competition next year.
Even though they ended their sea-
son with a 2-5 record, they still came
up on top, beating rival Saints 6-0.
"The future looks promising,
Coach Steve Iacobacci remarked,
"We've got the size and the talent."
He continued, "We had fun. l'm glad
we had five games at home instead
of driving way out to Vista to play,
because it's good to see fan partici-
pation and support. I was pleased
with our overall performance."
Opposite Page: Dedicated Uni fans congratu-
late their team after a finely executed scoring
drive puts the Dons in the lead, Coach Rubi-
doux charges up the Iunior Varsity team
before an important game. This Page: Fresh-
man runningback Ierry Pizarro races for the
goal line, protected by guard Todd Giles.
Freshman Football 55
B DMI TON SHOWS IMPROVEMENT
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Front Row: Ann Nagy, Brian Keves, Nina Wagner, Dianna Unwin, Coach
Above: Watch the birdie, Margaret!
Right: Craig Carter gets set to swat.
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Now in their second year of co-ed
competition, the Badminton Team
started its season with many new and
enthusiastic players. Although the team
is still in its developing stages, they've
shown a great deal of improvement,
said Coach Ted Tibbs.
"Because of relatively little experi-
ence, we started at a low skill level.
However, we made great strides in
making up the difference!" he contin-
Next year many returning young
players may better the 1-11 record.
Coach Tibbs remarked, "Hopefully
next year, we'll be closer competitively
with the other teams."
Ann Nagy was named most outstand-
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VOLLEYB LL BLOCKS OPPOSITIO
Three o'clock. The game starts
with Captains Peggy North and Ann
Miller leading the Varsity Volleyball
Team on the court. The enthusiastic
crowd claps, then ceases as the first
server prepares. The fans hold their
breathe until the girl steps forward
confidently and sends the ball over
the net. A perfect start to an exciting
match of blocks, spikes, and passes.
Since the team belongs to a com-
petent league, they faced strong com-
petition, especially from La Iolla and
Serra, but as well as being an obsta-
cle, it also helps the team play better.
Though difficulties existed, such as a
lack of experienced players and only
2 returning starters, the girls ended
the season with a record of 10-8,
almost qualifying for CIF. Their
record is the result of the progress
they made during the season and
hard training. The girls practiced 2
hours each day, six days a week.
Coach Altamirano emphasizes that
the greatest improvement is in their
teamworkg "they play as a unit and
function as a whole." Indeed, the
members of the Varsity Team should
be commended for the close commu-
nication and co-operation with each
Erik ROW: Asst- Coach LHFFY. Chris Reilly, Shelly Marie Dubreuil, Captain Ann Miller, Captain Peggy North,
c eone, Coach Steve Altamirano. Middle Row: Margie Rita Clark. Not Pictured: Cathy Keenan.
McKinley, lane Pflaum, Ilene Zarour, Lori Hall. Front Row:
V PASSES OTHERS BY
Front Row: Diane Halfman, Edna Clarin, Sonia Sales, Mary Catherine Kane, Back
Iaime Puger, Diana DeCima, Beth Grady, Row: Audrey Little, Patrice Zeeck, Iolene
Sandi Wehe. Middle Row: Marie Luciani, Trily, Elizabeth Hunterf
At the start of the season, the
coaches felt very optimistic about
the performance of the Iunior Var-
sity Team. The height of the play-
ers gave them an advantage over
the other team because they were
able to reach the net and serve bet-
ter. Their aggressiveness gave them
more confidence, and their ability
to communicate with each other
resulted in making less mistakes
and scoring more points. Since IV
Volleyball provides the training for
the future members of the Varsity
Team, they worked mainly on
Clockwise from opposite page, top: Leaping
high, Chris Reilly spikes the ball as Ilene
Zarour and Margie McKinley look on: Mar-
gie McKinley slams the ball back to OLP3 as
developing their skills in the funda-
mentals such as volleying, spiking,
setting-up, and serving.
This has been a triumphant sea-
son for the IV team since they lost
only one game which was against
La Iolla, a very tough opponent.
This success was brought about by
close team-work and constant
effort. With a 15-1 seasonal record,
the IV team, led by Captain Iaime
Fuger and'and Co-captain Diana
DeCima, has proven to be very
Chris Reilly and Ann Miller cover, Peggy
North jumps to return a smash: Peggy North
sets a difficult serve to keep it in play.
While striving for victory, the
Girls' Tennis team was very spirited
and the members were supportive of
each other as a whole. With a few
returning top players, the team con-
sisted mostly of freshmen and sopho-
The team's seasonal record was 5
wins and 9 losses. Although this was
the same outcome as last year's,
Coach Natalie Wilstermann said she
saw some definite improvement in
the depth of quality of the players.
The year's Most Valuable Player was
Berna Fager, and the Most Improved
was Iulie Rauner.
A primary goal for next year is to
beat one of the better schools: Mis-
sion Bay, Bishops, or La Iolla. With-
out a doubt, Uni can look to the
future for a very successful season
with the girls' tennis team.
This page, clockwise from top: Marcia Mullen
arches back for a big serve: stretching across
court, Elaine Sebastian readies for a return
smash: Coach Natalie Wilstermann. Facing
page: With intense concentration, Holly Mar-
shall anticipates her 0pponent's serveg Sight-
ing the ball overhead, Amy Butzen prepares
for an ace.
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RECORD DOES NOT REPLECT
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SIRLS' TENNIS TEAM
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CROSS COU TRY OUT PRO T
WOMEN TAKE CIP
Clockwise From Right: Iohn Watson and Iohn
Patton practice togetherg Iohn Watson seems to
enjoy all that work for is it the camera?Jg Theresa
Schmitt heads for the finish line.
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Stamina, enthusiasm, and true team
effort were outstanding qualities shown
by the Cross Country Team. Coach
Brian Bigley, with team captains Tony
Case, Patty Zepf, Kris Stiven, and Rosie
Peragine did an excellent job with both
the boys' and girls' squads. The Boys'
team finished off the season with a 4-3
record, while the Girls' maintained a
remarkable, undefeated record of 7-0.
Team members worked hard preparing
themselves for meets by running 6 to 10
miles daily. Many of the female athletes
ranked high in the league, making it
possible for us to win the CIF title.
front Row: Rosie Peragine, Anne Schmidt, Rosanna Carrillo, Keli Smith, Iean Gistaro. 2nd Row: Rudy Regalado, Kris Stiven,
Ioach Brian Bigley, Patty Zepf, Theresa Schmitt, 3rd Row: Tony Case, Peter Wood, Dmitri Pruyn, Steve Mangin, Dan Koch.
lack Row: Mike Ecks, Bob Winters, Megan Harding.
Cross Country 63
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The Varsity Water-Polo team,
headed by coaches AI Frowiss and
Kelly Iones, began its season with
high hopes of making the CIF play-
offs. The team practiced every morn-
ing before school and attended occa-
sional afternoon workouts. Backed
by a powerful team, the offense
scored over fifty goals, vexing the
David Krische was named Most
Valuable Player, Ierry Stehly, Best
Offensive .Playerg Iim Raggio, Best
Defensive Player. The squad's record
was 9-9 overall, 6-5 in the conference
Cplacing 4thJ and 3-3 in the Western
League, placing 2nd.
Looking to a winning season from
the beginning, Coaches Al Frowiss
and Kelly Iones guided the IV team
to its 12-7 overall record. In the
games they lost, the team was
defeated by a narrow margin.
Led by Most Valuable Player Neil
Stehly and Most Improved Player
David Wright, the team took second
in the Western League and third in
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gio, Pete Erpelding, Ierry Stehly, Coach Al Frow- Schatz. Back Row: Mike Reichert, Matt Raggio.
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work, a IV player grabs a pass from a team-
+ mate, Goalie Eugene Cahill stretches to deflect
a goal. This page, clockwise: Dons really do
gig ' rtt live, sleep and eat water polo, Ierry Stehly
" o ' intercepts a Colt goal attempt, Protecting the
4 ball from the opponent, Ierry Stehly gets ready
.Eg to pass.
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Ir. Varsity - Front Row: Coach Al Frowiss, Dan Schatz, Peter Moons, lim Winsor. Back Row:Bill
Bedore, David .Wright, Steve Giesing, Neil Stehly,
Umberto Varagnolo. 2nd Row: Mike DeWitt, Tom
Hollingsworth, Steve Schatz, Elaine Anderson.
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tin, Lisa Asperin, Penny Ecks, Christine Bugelli, Mary Kovac, Coach Diane Bridget McClymont, Iulie Bedore, Kari Conniry, Lisa Ecks, Charline Brand
Kewley. 2nd Row: Mary Beagle, Gretchen Ames, Kim Neeleman, Maura Maire Hunt, Dawn Pirolo, Kerry Ferris, Laurie Martinez, Lisa Allison.
66 Girls Swimming
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The New Wavers enjoyed an out-
standing season. Coach Laura Chirn-
side and Team captains Lisa Asperin
and Susie Martin led the team to a 3-
1 league record, losing only to unde-
feated La Iolla. They've strengthened
in number over last year and ended
its fine season in a respectable sec-
ond place. A great amount of indi-
vidual improvement occurred over
the season also. The 400 free relay
team, with Laurie Martinez, Kim
Neeleman, Lisa Asperin, and Susie
Martin, excelled and went on to CIF,
taking fourth place. Remarkable
team spirit, which was obvious at the
meets, carried the New Wavers
through the season with high hopes,
good times, and a record to be proud
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HAS POSITIVE ATTIT DE
Standing: Iames Carroll, Pat Burke, Tim Carroll, Bill Holman, Tim Reilly, Ron Zenker, Tyrone Stevens, Ieff Babbitt, Coach Zach P'
Kneeling: Paul Zolezzi, Tony MacisQ Steve Oddo,'Iohn Franca, Tom Cahill, Mark Mahady, Pat Millay.
A positive attitude was one of the
Varsity Basketball Team's biggest
assets, according to Coach Zach Peck.
Although he considered them young
and relatively inexperienced, the play-
ers practiced hard to improve their per-
formance, concentrating on teamwork
and good defense.
The Dons faced tough competition
from some very solid teams in the
Western League, so the wins over Lin-
coln and Clairemont stood out as high
points in the season.
As well as captain Tim Carroll, the
team produced some outstanding play-
ers in junior guard Iim Carroll and sen-
ior center Bill Holman. Since one-third
of the team was comprised of juniors,
next year's varsity team will consist
mostly of returning players. Coach Peck
is confident that they will improve on
this year's 4-19 record.
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shoots for twog Center Bill Holman outmoves
Hoover to score: Tim Reilly is so intent he doesn't
seem to even notice the defense: Caught in a cor-
ner, Iim Carroll is ready to pas to Bill Holman or
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HARD WORK PAYS OFF FOR HOOPSTER
At the outset of the season Coach
Ted Tibbs hoped to achieve a .500
mark. The IVers were a short team
and had problems moving the ball.
In most games they had to struggle to
overcome their opponents height
advantage. But the team members
compensated for their lack of height
by playing with great intensity.
Tibbs saw the team's willingness
to work hard as the key to their win-
ning year. The IV hoopsters showed
tremendous improvement over the
expectations of their coach by com-
piling a 15-10 overall record. Iudging
from the progress made by this group
composed mostly of sophomores,
Tibbs believes that next year's var-
sity has a lot to look forward to.
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hael Hensley, Michael Cameron, Matthew Stabile, Matthew Mendoza, Kevin Lee, Louie Car-
er, Will Kreusser, Eric Diamond, Coach Tom ini, Todd Giles.
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Finishing up with a 12-5 record,
the Freshman Basketball Team
looked back proudly on a well-
played season. Although they were
defeated by Poway and Mt. Carmel,
their toughest opponents, the Dons
won all of their home games.
A couple of those contributing to
an outstanding team effort were.
guard Eric Diamond and forward
Rob Schmitt. The future looks prom-
ising for these young contenders,
according to Coach Tom Walbrun.
As another enthusiastic team mem-
ber commented: "In a few years, the
Varsity Team will be awesome!
Poway and Mt. Carmel, look out!"
Clockwise From Top: Mark Campbell sinks
one: Frosh on the fast break: Coach Tibbs
explains strategy for the next play: David
Thistle brings the ball dovsmcourt.
Freshman Basketball 71
Clockwise From Right: Goalie Dan Ignosci
dives to block a goalg Mark MacCarthy drives
downfield to score: with visible concentration,
Megan Harding keeps the ball in controlg Sean
Levine passes his opponent by: IV player Greg
Schultz steals the ball away.
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VARSITY -Front ROW: Steve IZUI10, Randy Ieff Schultz, Iuan Huerta, Sean Lavine, Iohn
Weller. Tony Case. Doug LeCren. Iohn Sora- Ford, Tom Danitz, Mike Mossmer, Bear
han, Hans Britsch, Mark MacCarthy. Back Kreusser.
Row: Coach Chuck Ruzicka, Iohn O'Malley,
R COMES OUT ON TOP WITH COACHES' HELP
ARSITY -Standing: Dan Ignosci, Megan Rob Gadbois, David Schroedl. Dan Koch, Iohn
Stewart Dadmun, Greg Schultz, Bill LaPlante, Tim Casey, Frank Steffen, Steve Hurst,
Ackley, Iohn Patton, Ken Dupre, Tim Riley.
Stackpole, Coach Takis Vartelas. Kneeling:
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An "excellent season" was the
way Coach Chuck Ruzicka described
the performance of the Varsity Soc-
cer Team. His five years of soccer
coaching experience helped him
guide the team to a 9-5 record, Uni's
Captains Iohn Sorahan fthe only
senior on the teaml, Bear Kreusser
and Mike Mossmer were significant
in team plays, with Mark MacCarthy
leading in scoring.
"We started together, we grew
together, we succeeded together,"
summed up Coach Ruzicka after an
exciting season of soccer.
The IV team ended their season in
triumph with the help of Coach
Takis Vartelas, who took over mid-
season. The Dons defeated Patrick
Henry in their final match as well as
trying Saints in a tough contest to
Coming in mid-season, Coach
Vartelas didn't know what to expect
but "I felt great and thought we
could do it." They did, winning their
first game with his guidance.
Captain Bill Fenick, a junior, led
the defense while Colin Stackpole,
Frank Steffen and Steve Hurst lent
an interesting balance on offense.
JV Soccer 73
VARSITYS 12-0 EARNS LEAGUE HO ORS
With their perfect 12-0 record, the
Varsity Softball Team took first in
Western League play for the second
consecutive year. The many returning
players were anxious for another suc-
cessful year, so they made improve-
ments on the offense and were able to
add to their already strong defense.
But enthusiasm and skill were not all
that was needed to achieve their goals,
unity and commitment were very
important. Coach Margaret Mauro
remarked, "The team itself was talented
but the key to a successful season was
that we channeled that talent in the
Pitcher Sue Purcel1's 10-0 record
earned her the League Player of the
Year award while Lisa Noriega, Sandra
Leighton and Heidi Booraem were
named All-League. Freshmen Chris
Carlson and Ieanne Tomcavage were
named to the Honorable Mention team.
Counter Clockwise From Below: Heidi Booraem
winds up for a home rung Tresha Lopez seems to
know it'll be a strike: Sue Purcell swings into a
VARSITY -Standing: Linda Morrill, Lisa lann Alioto, Barb Steffen, Chris Carlson,
Noriega, Christiane Darby, Heidi Booraem, Ieanne Tomcavage. Not Pictured: Sandra
Sue Purcell, Mary Catherine Kane, Coach Leighton,
Margaret Mauro. Kneeling: Sue Ross, Pear-
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XRSITY -Standing: Coach Ige Con- Audrey Little. Kneeling: Shannon Cesare, Tre-
Christie Barabas, Ienn Collins, Mary 8118 LOPEZ, Mimi OWSIGY. 116119 Z3l'0l11'. Beth
Sopatti, Edna Clarin, Colleen Murphy, Gl'8dY.TriCi8 TOYC'
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Though Iunior Varsity Softball is not
as competitive as Varsity, it's still an
important step taken by future Varsity
players. This year's team was young,
inexperienced and mostly freshman.
"Since it is difficult to combine the
talents of thirteen individuals," said
Coach Ioe Connolly, "we emphasized
the importance of unity. The players
concentrated on developing their skills
and on becoming a team."
He continued that after the first few
games of the season, they learned what
it took to win, were able to play as a
whole and improved every game. They
took the contests seriously, but at the
same time were highly spirited and able
to enjoy the sport.
With the leadership of pitcher Tresha
Lopez, catcher Ienn Collins, and
infielder Christie Barabas, the team bat-
ted their way to a triumphant 7-5
JV Softball 75
WRESTLERS PIN HOPES ON LIGHTWEIGHTS
After winning the CIF Title for three
consecutive years, the Wrestling team
looked to another winning season. Dur-
ing practice sessions both after school
and on Saturday mornings, the wres-
tlers strived for perfection. Coach Ed
Harvey said that the team consisted of
good learners and that they were get-
ting better all the time. The mat men
finished their season with a 4-3 record
with wins over San Diego, Hoover, La
Iolla, and Lincoln. Forfeits in the heav-
ier weight classes were a main reason
for the varsity's losses. However, the
Dons hope to recruit heavyweights for
next year's squad and figure they'll be
tough to beat.
Above: Steve Liberatore in action.
Top: Dons ignore opponent's pleas for mercy.
Opposite: Randy Moore pins opponent.
VARSITY -Front Row: Randy Moore, Todd Coach Ed Harvey, Matt Stilinovich, Ther
Salzman, Mike Smyth, Henry Delgadillo, Baynard, Kevin Moran, Ioe Dunne, Io
Steve Liberatore, Ryan Wagner. Back Row: Walker, Andy Gagliano.
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IR. VARSITY -Front Row: Kieran Fleming, Dan Roe, Dave Ed Harvey, Iim Schilling, Doug Moore, Mark Flournoy,
Gagnon, Steve Gagliano, Brian Fleming. Back Row: Coach Coach Andy Gagliano.
Starting the season with a positive
attitude, the Iunior Varsity wrestlers
expected to win most of their matches
throughout the season. However,
through lack of personnel they were
forced to forfeit in three weight classes
at every meet. Still, the team finished
the season with a 4-3 record boasting
victories over Hoover, La Iolla, Lincoln,
and rival Saints. Coach Andy Gagliano,
a Uni alumnus, emphasized that they
were a very good team with a lot of
JV Wrestling 77
ALITY SWIM ERS ON ARSITY A D IV
With the direction of Coach Al Frow-
iss, the swim team was prepared for
one of its best seasons. With quality
swimmers returning, their only weak-
ness at the start of the season was a
shortage of free stylers. A young team
with only three seniors, the varsity
expected Dave Krische, and Steve and
Tom Schatz to be outstanding contrib-
utors. Both the varsity and IV swim-
mers aimed to beat their toughest oppo-
nents, La Iolla and Saints.
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hert, Steve Schatz. Ierry Stehly. Back: Coach
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TRACK OPP TO RUNNING START
DISTANCE -Back Row: Coach Ioe Galindo, Iohn Watson, Iohn Patton, Steve Mangin, Dan Hewitt, Dimitri Pruyn, Mika
Cuttin Dan Otto Coach Dana Shelburne. 2nd Row: Coach Mark Marcus, Robert Hardesty, Lisa Tremblay, Malia Miracle,
Mandy Lopez, Ricardo Villa, Lisa Abeyta, Roseanna Carillo, Rosie Peragine. 3rd Row: Peter Wood, Christine Sperrazzo,
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Ilene Zarour, Patti Zepf, Robert Kelly, George Beltran, Mike Rubio, Traci Velandia, Kell Smith. Front Row Bar e en,
Megan Harding, lean Gistaro, Amy Adams, Lynn Reiter, Eileen Sposato, Theresa Morisette.
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EILD -Back Row: Coach Mark Marcus, Mike Cooney, Theron Baynard, Tyrone Stevens, Brian
zming, Iohn Walker, Paul Balelo, Steve Connolly, Mike Costa, Don Hewitt, Gil Illescas, Coach Ioe
tlindo. Middle Row: Tom Chavez, Tom Simmons, Curt Waters, Louis Adamo, David Redfield,
in Roe, Bill Hollingsworth, Randy Moore. Front Row: Chris Wehe, Mandy Lopez, Annette Roy,
ebbie Hardesty, Malia Miracle.
Spirits were high as the Track and
Field Team headed into a new season
of stiff competition. They were confi-
dent that their combination of returning
champions and fresh talent could help
them defeat their toughest competition,
La Iolla, Serra, and San Diego.
One of those returning champions
was star long and standing jumper, jun-
ior Anthony McClendon. He currently
holds the school record in the events
after breaking his own record last sea-
son. He took second place in the lack in
the Box Invitational in February. The
team also counted on the strength of
CIF champs Rosie Peragine, Anne
Schmidt, and Malia Miracle.
With new distance coach Dana Shel-
burne and new field coach Ioe Galindo
assisting him, head coach Mark Marcus
had high hopes for this season. "We're
training for a great year in track," Mar-
Counter Clockwise From Below: Debbie Har-
desty has perfect discus-throwing form: Up and
overlg Long jump champ Anthony McClendon
takes off for a new school record.
SPIRITS HIGH O TRACK A D FIELD
SPRINTS -Back Row: Coach Dana Shelbume, Ierry Scheuerman, Frank
Leon, Eric Hamilton, Scott Holmberg, Keith Kaonis, Matt Bohr, Brian
Fleming, Paul Winters, Chris Wehe. had Row: Ieff Canzoneri, Anthony
McClendon, Ed Revs, Fred Bustria, Suzie Tremblag, Brett Mattox, Iulie
Mascari, Maureen aguire, Monica Biard, Brian C adwick, Ted Behra,
Coach Mark Marcus. 3rd Row: Scott Simmons, Tim Riley, Richara
Yuvienco, Kenny Brown, Ann Kankowski, Casey Connors, Dawn Man-
ning, Lisa Bufalini, Lisa Abeyta Celeste Kankoyvski, Molly Bialk Teresa
King, Sandi Wehe. Front Row: ohn Roy, Caroline LaPorta, Mia Crivello
Bec y Byron, Ienny Lab, Matil e Biard,
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The Golf team started the season
with a lot of expectations and enthu-
siasm to achieve their goals. They
looked forward to taking a second
place and giving La Iolla a run for
first place. They also hoped to requa-
lify a player for the state champion-
Three returning lettermen - Gary
Regalado, David Iannone, and Mike
Tebbetts, were expected to lead the
team to victory. Gary Regalado was
last year's Most Valuable Playerg
David Iannone has constantly
improved each yearg and Mike Teb-
betts was expected to help the team's
GOLF EXPECTED TO TAKE SECOND
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Right: Coach Dave Theonnes, Eric Lofgren, Thomas Wieme, Gerry Fenech, Scott Garrison, Mike Tebbetts, Gavin Milner, Gary Regalado,
,nnone, Paul Haack, Robert Schmitt, Dave Martini, Brian Best.
BOYS' TENNIS SWINGS INTO SEASON l
Starting off another smashing season, l
the Boys' Tennis Team was very opti- p
mistic. The team worked well together,
which was one important aspect that
helped them out. Top seeded players
Gil Illescas and Mike Riordan helped
lead the team to victories.
Coach Ron Beck had high expecta-
tions for the team and not only looked
forward to a fun and rewarding season,
but also one to make improvements,
make great plays, and make friends.
84 Boys' Tennis A , f'- If
Counter Clockwise From Left: Charles Batte
returns the ball cross-court: Al Panteleon steps
into a smashg bending low, Gil Illescas saves the
serve: a determined Ed Ashman attacks with his
Front Row: Nestor Velasco, Ray Keoffer, Ed Ashman. Pat Bill Gillis, Gil Illescas, Coach Ron Beck. Chuck Cameron, Mike
Stubbs, Dan Stanley, Al Pantaleon. Back Row: Arnold Villaluz, Riordan, Mark Vertullo.
Boys' Tennis 85
BASKETBALL TEAM SHOOTS POR UPSETS
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Coach Margaret Mauro expected the
season to be a long and hard one, but
successful at the end for the Girls' Var-
sity Basketball Team. They had the tal-
ent and the potential, and perhaps the
only thing that could hurt their game
was the lack of varsity experience. To
compensate, they planned to work on
their offensive attack and try to keep
mistakes at the minimum.
The team was composed of five
returning varsity players and quite a
few of last year's IV players, now soph-
omores. Coach Mauro counted on Shel-
ley McKeone's height as an offensive
and defensive threat to opponents. She
also looked to Iohnna Matranga's
shooting, Sue Purcell's rebounding and
defense, and Helen and Pam Douglass'
quickness and speed to help score more
points, especial y in games against La
Iolla and Hoover.
"We'll catch a few second looks and
pull off some big upsets. We'll give it
our best shot," Coach Mauro con-
86 Girls' Basketball
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VARSITY -Kneeling: Mary Dolan, Pam Matranga. Back Row: Crissa Meinert, Sue Pur-
Douglass, Helen Douglass. Standing: Heidi cell, Illlie PiGfI'HS, Shelley MCKK-10118. Elaine
Booraem, Lisa Noriega, Tricia Toye, Iohnna Anderson.
V STRESSES FUN AND FUNDAMENTALS
R. VARSITY -Front Row: Margaret Frank-
in, Gabi Doria, Christine Harvel, Ioann Gar-
sia, Margaret Pfeil, Coach Zach Peck. 2nd
low: Aileen Kennedy, Kathy McKeone, Col-
leen Murphy, Kathy Schmitt, Camille Selis.
Back Row: Annalese Zeeck, Leslie Sherman,
Elizabeth Hunter, Mary Catherine Kane,
Since most of last year's IV moved on
to Varsity, Coach Zachary Peck ended
up with a team of freshmen and three
returning players - Margaret Pfeil,
Annalese Zeeck, and Camille Selis.
Coach Peck intended for the team to
have fun primarily, but to be competi-
tive also. Because the players were
young and inexperienced, emphasis
was given to the fundamentals such as
shooting correctly and passing, and
what every team should have: team-
work and cooperation. They expected a
lot of competition from La Iolla, Mis-
sion Bay, and non-league opponents.
Mr. Peck expected great perform-
ances from Patrice Zeeck, and Eliza-
beth Hunter because of their height and
coordination, and Leslie Sherman and
Mary Catherine Kane for their accurate
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JV Girls' Basketball 87
BASEB LI. READY FOR 2N D CIF CHAMPIONSHIP
Clockwise From Above: Mike Whelan perfects
his swing: Catcher Dwayne Parker is ready for
Mike Corriea's curve ball: As seen through the
fence of the bull pen, Tim Burns throws a fast
ball: 1980's CIF player of the year, Mike Correia,
88 Varsity Baseball
lBsck Row: Coach Dick Serrano, Iames Carroll, Rod Wilske, Tim Carroll, Kyle Keller, Mike Correia. Front Row: Mike Whe-
QGreg Ketchum, Ioe Monahan, Ricky Martinez, Gar Millay, lan, Pat Millay, Dwayne Parker, Nezi Balelo, CaseyTibbitts.
gCoach Iack Rubidoux. Middle Row: Iohn Preciado, Tim Burns,
Having been the CIF champs last year and
the Western League Champs for four years
in a row, the Varsity Baseball team had
another challenging season ahead of them.
They'made more progress at the beginning
of the season than they had at the same time
last year. Their main concern was to win
each game, especially the fourteen league
games, and to win the League again, then
worry about the play-offs.
Coach Dick Serrano expected the West-
ern League to be very competitive because
of improvements made within the League.
Hoover and Mission Bay were expected to
be their toughest opponents, but four other
schools are not far behind them.
The team was led by Co-captains Mike
Correia, a top-notch pitcher and the 1980
CIF player of the year in the county: Tim
Carrollg and Nezi Balelo, one of the better
defensive players in the county, they are
now in their third year as lettermen.
Dwayne Parker was an exceptional catcher
last year and had improved even more this
year. Gar Millay, Kyle Keller and Tim Car-
roll are excellent hitters while Rod Wilske
faces the possiblity of starting in centerfield
The team had a positive attitude, espe-
cially the young players who were in IV last
year, and the transfers because their ambi-
tions were not only to win a position, they
showed interest in helping the team achieve
"All the players are contributing 100'V0
towards accomplishing the team's hopes. I
think that we can do very well this year but
all the same time, it will take a lot of hard
work," remarked Coach Serrano.
Varsity Basketball 89
90 JV Baseball
SOLID IV I FIELD STARS ON DIAMOND
IR. VARSITY -Front Row: Andy Hawes, Ioe Filipone,
Scott Robinson, Kevin Kennedy, Bobby Stocklin, Iohn
Sharp, Frank Giacalone, Dale Pontecorvo. Back Row:
Entering the season with a solid I
infield defense as well as an above
average pitching staff, the I.V. Baseball
Team was prepared for a challenging
season..At the outset, Coach Tibbs set
up some definite goals. One was to
develop the outfield. He planned to do
this by stressing fundamentals such as
thinking ahead and using cutoffs.
Another was to finish with a .500
record. Tibbs felt the team should make
it this far because of the competitive
attitude of the players. With these goals
in mind, he looked forward to a
rewarding season with much improve-
ment from the first game to the last.
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ESHMEN -Standing: Coach Tom Wal- Louie Carini, Mike Hensley, David Grissom,
un, Ray Matel, Frank Steffen, Geoff Hase- Mike Cameron, Doug De Barry, lim Morris,
uer, Matt Doyle, Paul Barker, Allan de Guz- Bert Huerta. Not Pictured: Sean Keller.
an, Bob La Porta. Sitting: Sean McCarthy,
The mental part of baseball, develop-
ing a winning attitude, can be just as
important as the physical. It is one of
the things that facilitates scoring,
according to Coach Tom Walbrun. He
felt that the season would go success-
fully with a winning record, and was
very optimistic about the team.
"We've got good pitching and good
power hitters! It's going to go great!" he
commented. He expected power hitters
Mike Cameron, Iim Morris, and Burt
Huerta to do well, Mike Hanesly,
Shawn Keller, and Burt Huerta for their
talent and style as pitchers.
Coach Walbrun commented that it's
a challenge as well as fun to teach a
Frosh team, and that they've got a lot to
learn. "I am very excited about this sea-
son. We've got an excellent team, excel-
lent players, and I think we'll do okay."
Counter Clockwise From Above: Frosh coach
Tom Walbrun instructs Matt Doyle on a play, "I
got it!" "I got itl" "No, wait ...": Bobby LaPorta
winds up to make a power throw to home.
Freshman Baseball 91
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Senior Class Officers
Treasurer Bill Zepf
Secretary Malia Miracle President Peggy North
92 Senior Class Officers
Vice-President Cena Taitano
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and track go to college frus-
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Marivi . . . Look, it's an HI.
REBECCA MARIE ACOSTA
"Becky" found w!Ioey or at the
machines . .. never on time to first
class .. . the good times w!Ioey .. .
will remember "first love" w!Iim C
Prom '80 w!Paul . .. everybody
at PNC, IW, IS, SS, LC, GH, PS
"Give me a break" .. . "Totally" . ..
Fr. Z 81 Coach Willie .. . loves God,
family, hamburgers, fritos, cherry
Kool-aid 8: Corvettes . .. Thanks
Dad 81 Mom, I really love you alot.
"Begonia" . . . always found in bath-
room with Maria "Needers"
Homecoming '77 Mr. Tibbs
Softball . . . Thanks Miss Mauro . . .
toilet papering Baseball Banquet
with Maria and Patty '80 . . , "I want
a Corvette" frustrated by Mr.
Walbrun and school and diets
Together "we await snow" 1:43
KKC two very special people:
Mar 'n Mar . .. loves Mom, Dad.
Ianine, Ross and God.
3 tg, . gg
"What's the good word?" . . . "ls it a
plan?" . . . Good times with IM, GC,
TH . . . will remember Fr. T and Mrs.
M . .. will never figure out girls,
especially CS . . . Freshman year . . .
4!4!78 . . . whiskers, where are you?
... always and forever . .. Iomo .,.
thanks and my love to Mom and
Dad forever my secret message
to the world is: "Tonto lives on!"
"Chickie" library 8: benches
will remember Wenchie, Frenchie,
Dickie, Diane, Mr. Ramos, Mr. Gor-
sich, Sr. Herberich 8: friends in the
Phils. . .advice from Mr. Gorsich . ..
Presidio med school frus-
trated by being frustrated, hmwk 8:
contracts . . , 7:30 labs . . . loves fam-
ily, friends, people, school f?I, life, S,
chocolates 8: Cod . . . "Do everything
to your fullest."
"Big Al" machines, stairs
friends, DM, I 8: B Cole, Nagy's.
Crissy, SM Coach Serrano's PE
class parking 3189 my son
racquetball, badminton ... Uni
dates, college underclassmen
bottom lockers ,. . my '69 Nova . , .
girlfriends "Let's go" .. . "Don't
"Frank" always found every-
where . . . will remember Mrs. Mar-
sella and Mrs. Daniels, IB, CS, LA,
DD, SH, BL, TN and all my friends
Spirit Week '79, '80 enjoys
skiing, racquetball, music, driving
my Scirocco . . . frustrated by Fr. C's
rules . . . will not forget SM and AM
in Chemistry H I love you Dad,
Mom, Luly, Ioe. Laura, and Eva . . .
Thanks. . . Bye Uni!
"Ante Net" . . . "Annie Batt".. .P . . .
Godmom EG MK... FG
AC . . . DS . . . DC and the rest of the
gang . . . V Baseball stats wfMeg . ..
Chris M 8: our BB heros ...
5NOWW15 . . . will never forget fun
times wfthe Life Science gang,
Musketeers, the wall, Mr. Peck, Fr.
Leo, Coach Serrano, Mr. McGrath
my kids, Bet, joe, Al, Rolo
Thanx Mom 8: Dad.
"Ciblets" ... "Spaz" . .. "Hype" ...
found sharing Tab w!Theresa,
Libby and Mary . , . watch out, Cam
is coming Swimming, Running,
B. Ball will never forget Mrs.
Smith Mr. McGrath, Ms. Fil,
Maura. ES, Kovac, Carmo, Mr. A,
Mary S, Beth . . , Swimteam . . . play-
ing Cam w!Beth Coach Serra-
no's PE class... Brazil vs Ayatullah
...Iulie's ace car . . . the life touches
of CV, I love funk EWF
move to the groove!
just myse f . .. found anywhere . ..
fun times . .. LW, TS, DM, MG, CM
Francais . , . AT and AT, GM ...
too much homework, not enough
time . . . surfing w!Tom ...jokes w!
Donna frustrated by girls
Sears wants to be a lawyer
loves life, women, sunsets, good
friends, imported bier, fun, family
. . . will be rich, have a Porsche, a big
house and a beautiful wife.
THERON BAYNARD, IR.
"Ladies and Gentlemen, University
High presents the student with a
thousant names: Cool Tee, The Kid,
Mr. Sundance, Pocahontas, etc." . ..
Found just about everywhere
will remember DR, IB, Getting to
school on time frustrated by
homework... loves family and
friends ... "Stay smooth every-
body." See ya round, Soul
KENNETH W. ANDERSEN
Thanks to Daryl S . .. KM, MS, DX
RW, CW enjoys driving opei
roads, cars, good times . .. Kinks . .
Who Stones Floyd wi.
remember drive-ins, Levi, Moose
head, Patty frustrated by fres
men bottom lockers . . . gonna buy
fast car, put on my lead boots an
take a long, long drive. I may end u
spending all my money, but I'll sti
be alive . . . Bye.
PAUL MICHAEL BALELO
...kamikaze ...DP... "IX
Way" The Doors Iim Morr
son ... OE800 ... RS ... existent
lugubrious RD LV ..
"Break on through."
DENISE ARLEEN BERRAY
'Neecie" . . . white Rolls, black Vets,
. . Fleetwood Mac . . . Heart . . . wet
Jartners "I will if you will"
sunsets gold dust the ocean
.. working out Blondes have
nore fun hairspray w!Amy
gist in the wet I dunno the
'sty Softball w!Coach Willie
.. my Honda ... Needers . .. early
ad . . . Cosmetology . . . love to LR,
RIP, AI, LA, LS, PD Living w!
orece . . . "Here's to you, here's to
e ... loves God, family and
KIMBERLY A. BOEH
'Kim" found on stairs good
imes w!Nat . . .skiing B Bear Frosh
fr. w!Nat memories w!Lia
M, LM, BS, KG, RH, TD, KK, CS,
VIP . . . concerts w!Terry . . . Water-
:kiing . .. always late . .. Hawaii '80
wTerry Blue Hawaiis 8: MT's
.. Styx Lady Prom '80
nuy? . . . my Celica . . . sunny days 81
:miles loves God, brothers,
'riends 8: Terry . . . Thanks Mom 8:
Dad, I love you lots!
SCOTT S. BECKER
"Big Beck" with the group
German class ...Iohn, Mark, Kevin
C, Bigley, Herr Steves school
spirit and kindness . . . Cross Coun-
try 8: Track. . .Wildlife Preservation
Management frustrated by the
Copenhagen wild animals, the
mountains . . . Queen . . . Blondie . . .
Thanks Mom 81 Dad, Deb, Las and
Herr Steves .. . Der Fouler Mench,
"Byron" will always remember
great friends, GR, BW, MT, DI, IM,
KB, TR ...staying out of trouble . ..
finally . . . "Good Sense" . . . "Miller
stands clear" Golf stuff . ..
"What's up, Dude?" livin' for
summers loves friends, Fridays,
family, God, old Volkswagens, small
bikinis. . . "Later days Dudes."
Will remember Deb, Amy. Theresa,
Kim, Evie, Beyta, Sandy and all
those crazy people who made Track
fun Thanks to all my teachers
and coaches Good luck Skinny
Tilde .. . Hi Iunior and Dolores . . .
Hola Chela ...I love God and my
family Mama y Papa, muchas
gracias por haber sacrificado tanto
por mandarme a esta escuela. Los
amo ahora y siempre.
"lf we weren't already crazy, we
would go insane" Holly. Ierome
and Mattchu ... SMG ... tuxes ...
MIB the game the laugh
unicorns ... shopping w!HG ...
Hey IK, mine is better Teddy,
hang in there kid . . .Thanks Kris for
being more than a sis . .. I love you
Mom and Dad.
EVA MARIE BRADLEY
"Eva" stairs high times w!
Steve 8: all my frenz: DO, TS, PH,
LH, KT, CF, IS, KM, SB, MM, BI, CH
...parties . . . Van Halen w!Steve B
...Kinks . . . straight ahead days . . .
up on stage w!TS rowdy in the
station wagon hotel will
never forget Prom night '80 WXSB 81
MW, if I could remember it
Charity Bowl '80 w!DO Home-
coming 'B0 WXSB, PH, RA . .. Blues
Brothers. . . loves family and Steve.
THERESA ANN BRAZIER
"Brazier Buns" ... found w!
Rhonda, Tricia, Ann and Tony . .. I
love u Fr. Leo . . . Iesters Prez. . . ITS
"Piffy niffy poochy koon" ...
"Ya had to be there" . . . will remem-
ber ALL Iesters, esp. GF, MR, GG,
DF, SB, CC, SM, Iohn "I love you so
much" Dolan ... Aunt Liz CBBH,
Smithful, Ann, TM, ID, MD, DH, IP,
LM, AB ... "Mommie" ... Godzilla
Movies.. .being short. ..luvs R 8: T
81 A, family, friends It's been a
"Kathy" Tennis Crew, US
Nationals '79-'80, World Champion-
ships - US Team . . . Zlac . . . Santa
Clara Noelle, the Twins, CB, IS,
TC, MP, EP, IR, IS, AC, SM, IA.
Karen. . . Catamaran .. . "Noteven"
..."Dream on" . . . mud pie . . . Feb.
I1 ... New Years '80 ... San Felipe
...Econ . . . Physics-the back 2 . ..
PL . . . Tehran . . . Thanks, I love you
Ed and Mary, Mom 8: Dad ...
Thanks for the inspiration, Sara.
"Sharon" "Flo" found on SS
or at the machines with the gang . . .
train tracks with Marcia 8: Theresa
fun times with Spam Ms.
Messina's trouble makers ...
Thanks Ms. IAM, BF, DD and Mr.
Zoll for being my friends frus-
trated by Rob Hadley . .. luvs fam-
ily, Ronnie, friends "Kiss my
grits" After Prom w!EB, MPW
... "What happened?" ...Thanx
Ma 8: Pa.
inette" found at the WOP
ll, machines, SDF or MH . . . Will
ember Ir..class fashion show,
m '80 and ASB Conventions
:shman and Ir. class Secretary . . .
tng to USD . .. can't forget my
rgly and friends that have put up
Cory" will remember special
ends, the twins, CAT 81 ATI TC,
', KB, IS and all of the good times
:'ve had together. . . USD with the
Ts and El Torito ...Thanks Mom
d Dad, I love you.
EUGENE T. CAHILL
Found in library will remember
Pete, Mike, Bill 81 Water polo at 6:00
AM . . . AV . . .loves family 8: friends
...Thanks Mom and Uni.
TIMOTHY O. CARROLL
"Tim" . .. CIF Baseball '80 Bas-
ketball . . . Coaches Serrano 8: Peck
ID and the E Patrol w!Red
the shirt. . . Filippi pizza . . . AR, SC,
KK, DR . . . Today Coach Brown . ..
stats of MP and PM .. . good times
with friends Thanks Mom and
AMY I. BUTZEN
"Amy" . . . found w!Diane, Angie,
Lisa . . . will remember Tennis team,
Coach Willie . . . I love Theresa "ah"
Brazier. . . Knott's w!Iannone 81 Lisa
MM w!Chorus . .. fun times wf
Chorus, Breese 81 I wuv Mr. Hart . . .
I luv TB, RS, TK, ID, EW, GF, LT.
AL, DR, AN, EN, DH frustrated
by brothers. . . DT, SZ, LO, CC, KM
I love Mom, Dad, Kelly 8: Cary
, . . Diet Pepsi 8: green M 8: M p-nuts
TATIANA CALLES L.
"Tat",. . "Tati".. .found at the wall
will remember KB, CB, AT, TZ,
IS, ML, but especially I will remem-
ber my best friend Adriana ..1 6:00
AM Mexicali Mexico El
Torito . . . San Felipe Thanks to
my teachers and my parents and I
thank my step-mother for being
such a beautiful person I love
you too Cala Cod bless Mr. and
Found at my bench, machines 8:
lawn . . . frustrated by tests, teachers
8: being late will remember
Hawaii, ldlwylld, CYO meetings,
Soph 8: Ir. yrs., beach parties, "151,"
my drinking buddy, my VW 8:
Bdays, the bench, SW, RR, DL, AH,
but especially Tricia, Mary 81 Iean
... loves family, friends and life . . .
Thanks Mom 8: Dad. . .. Rainbows
are magic - so is a good friend!
CRAIG STEPHEN CARTER
"Craig" Thanks to TW, TB, RP
and my wife CG ...Tavern ... ICC
Thanks Mom, Dad, Iohn, Brian,
Kim, Kevin, Mow ... loves my van,
fudge, Christmas, Cod, Kermit the
Frog, Fridays, food .. . TS, GF, MC,
RP, EW, CC, BZ, IW, TB, DM, RB,
CD, ID, MB ...Thanks for the play
lots of luck ice sliding
Vicki S RB "What's all the
shootin' fer?" RB . . . Iesters . .,
RBQue . . .Mountain Dew Kazoo.
"Matt" .. . "Mateo" . . . "Cohnhead"
... V Football .., Ping-Pong cham-
pion ofthe world! found by
locker with the Ottage and Contr-
eras will remember Coach Ser-
rano, Mr. Dundas, MM, SO, DI, MA,
WH, 131 listening booths and
singing in the car with Bill frus-
trated by Pong games with Mike . ..
Thanks Mike M for the help . .. rite
Malcolm . . .love ya Mom and Dad.
Will remember doing totally nothing
for the betterment of Uni ID, S.
TR, RL All PV's B's experi-
ments with 151 . . . hates punk dwids
and two-baggers ... "Ou-ou" ...
"Yipe-yipe" ,.. Korg-ape-man ...
family, friends, Cod .. . future: col-
lege, work, a happy wife. 2-5 kids, a
house in the suburbs, lots of money.
CARMEL C. CHAVEZ
"Carm" ... "Carmel-Candy" ...
found with Candi, Chris, Laurie and
Diane ... will remember first ski
trips, big Friday nights, Search,
Charity B. w!LG, CD, CG frus-
trated by always driving and not
knowing where to go "Always
smiling" "You crumb" loves
family, friends and fun times
Thanks Mom and Dad for every-
"Gilligan" . . . found w!PM, BM, AS,
DH, MS, IR, will remember
dances.. . Oct. 27, '79 . . . 10th grade
w!Clair E ... special times w!Rob-
ert . . . special friends, Karrie, Mary,
Debbie jokes w!Tawnya and
Math w!Cretchen frustrated by
Bob and term papers. . . "Paul, what
do have before lunch?" ...love and
thanks to family, friends, Cod and
MANUEL MARK COITO
"Manny" the island the wall
...Ski . . . BK . . . will remember CD,
RS, EC, PZ, VP, DI, IC, PC . . . Mr. A,
Mrs. C . . . Frosh Football ...L 8: M
...Ice Skating . . . parties . . . 7!7s. ..
fun times with VP . .. Granada and
my Celica ... cruisin' . .. frustrated
by girls, curbs and center dividers
"Okay, fine" ASB Ball and
Prom '80 ... Summer '80 ... Van
Halen concert '80 Thanks Mom
and Dad . . . "That's ace."
"Shorty" "Mighty Midget" ..
Europe '80 OLP 1-2 wil
remember friends in WOP class 8: E
the wall ... TZ, CB, LA, Q, PZ, EC
LT, MG, IC, AK, CL, DS, LZ, LF ..
Thanks for the rides Ron Lisa'
Bday . . .Thanks I 81 T . . . sleeping i
the back of Cindy's car . .. Sunday
at Bahia with my family . . . babysi
ting Thanks Mom 8: Dad fo
everything loves Dad, Mom
Ioseph and Stephen.
RITA IEAN CLARK
"Queenie" found at home 0
school days . . . IV 8: Var. Volleyba
Hey, team charades ment
health days w!Fr. Tassi M:
Mauro got a buzz '78 8: '79 P
times ... '78 Homecoming ..
"Where is Maria" Homecomir
'80 . .. times to cherish wfPatty .
love to KS, PN, MM, PA, LR, DB an
you Balelo ...good luck Birds, Pei
. . . I love you Chris . . . I did it Mo:
8: Dad -for you.
ons" ... found at the bench . .,
Ramos, Rubidoux, Napier,
Space Cadet 33 ...
Wrestling . . . St. Pauli Girl
KK, TC, SM, PA, MM,
DR "Its" "Hist"
Bowl '80 . . . loves family
"Iorge" . . . found lurking. . . CC, TC,
SC, KK, CA, DR WOP class '79
...Baseball . . . Lowies 81 Mulson . ..
Blowin' tunes . .. hangin' out W!
Tonto . .. thrashing w!CC loves
family and friends . . . SOF . . . UDT
"What's the word?" "Is it a
IAMES M. COLLINS
"Iimmy" ...found near food and on
the lawn class of '80, '81 my
Angels: DH, LK, "Get hi Boys"
BI, TP, IE, Becky can't
remember too much of anything . . .
looking for Camaro found my
"Z" ... plan to make it big in X-ray
. . .frustrated by the system ...loves
'to drive and summer nights . . . loves
my Kattie and will forever . . . "Only
"Mikie" found in the Twilight
Zone ... Cohnhead . .. hopefully
nothing! ASB President, Secre-
tary, Treasury, go to Harvard
frustrated by Mr. Ruzicka loves
God and family become Presi-
dent of US "Hey" "Mellow
PAUL A. COSTA
Found at the Wall will always
remember Di, Lisa, Ioe, Frank,
Chris, Vicky, Mannl, CM, HS, TO,
CS, PS, TS, AB, IS, RG, RF, IA, Ms.
Rosa, KK . . . Prom '80 . .. Parties at
the boat . . . Cruising the Camaro . . .
Parties at the Island Skiing in
Mammoth . . . going to Rodeo Drive
getting stuck at Disneyland
frustrated by school Let's ditch
Thanks Mom and Dad, I love
on Tuesday" "Too funny" ...
"Chris" . . . Retreat . . . Iesters . . . the
wall will always remember the
good times with LS, MC, VP, FG,
TO, AC, KK, DS, CS, TE, PG, PC,
Bl-I, AG, RD, AK, KW, F 8: IT, VO,
LC, DH, Mrs. G, Donna Thanks
for everything you guys . . . the sum-
mer of '79 . . , the boat . . . the island
... the Proms ... jumping the Bob-
cat . . . Bahia, L 8: M . . . 7!7s forever
. .. frustrated by homework, gossip,
AP, Calc "How rude" Per-
turbed . . . party.
OHN B. DARBY
Found y the machines . . . Araizol-
ogy will remember early Chem.
Lab Mr. McGrath: "Ahh" Fr.
LaRiv: "My son" frustrated by
homework, finals and trying to find
Southwestern College . . . wants to
go to USD , . . Can't believe it's over,
but glad it is . . . See ya later, Uni.
PETE VINCENT DEMARIA
"PT" . . . will remember MD, IF, LF,
SB, LR, DB, the AIC, PB, CK, NS.
KM, TV, PL, Grant Park SB, VV . . .
Go for Titus . . . 4bying Tecolote . . .
lawn runs at State SV picnic. . . 11th
grade history donuts for Mrs.
Marsella Feb. 26 ... PD and LS
forever Thanks a lot Mom and
Dad ... Good luck Anth .. . 3 more
years. . . I love you Lynn.
MICHAEL C. DEWITT
"Dwit" "Dwid" found an
where ... will remember Peti
Chris, Gene, Bill, H20 gang and N
Steves early morning practic
boring classes gambling, Trac
Water polo Sportscaster ..
Chargers losing, quietness, seri
people.. .loves Mom, Dad and far
ily Thanz Mom and Dad ..
"Live for the future" "Nothing
gonna change my world."
"Karen" on the lawn with Kl
MC, SM, KN, CC, SO, CC, CI, D
ditching with Sheila Sl-
Beach ... Charity Bowl goo
times with friends Tennis wi
Ron 8: Scott. . .term papers . . .lov
family and horse Hurt me .
will always remember my frien4
that made Senior year special.
LOHN PATRICK DOLAN
I D" ... found in ASB office,
Vrestler's bench and around the
:hool . . . will remember Wrestlers
. . ASB officers . . . Theresa "Piggy-
Viggy" Brazier CBM Smithfuls
, . ICC - A . . . GF, IS, TS, DM, Ies-
zrs, FL. Scott, AB, RW, Mr. Galindo
nd Mr. Steves . . . "Ahhh, Miss Bra-
ier" . . . will miss "Oaklahoma" .. .
COLLEEN ANNE MARIE
"Ioanie" . . . will remember Ir. fash-
ion show, B-ball stats, Football
water, Volleyball, Ppuff, Softball,
ASB-Trad, Iesters, '80 ASB camp,
good friends, big sis, Linda, Cravo
Dooger, IW, KK, KF, VS, SD, IG,
cousin, IB, Vangie, 81 Ierome W
found out of class Mr. Zoll, Mr.
Mac, Mr. A, Mr. Galindo tDadI
carhoods 8: elephants '80 Sum-
mer vacation loves people
watching, skiing 8: Smurfs 333
Thanks 8: love to Mary, Mom,
family 81 Kimmy. . . "Get red."
IILL MARIE DUTHIE
"New Yorker" found always
with Iim loves God, Ma, Dad,
Lori and Ioanne . .. special friends:
KF, DK, SR, SR. SR, CG, MH -
Slave, IB, TH, DF, TH I will
remember North . . . AP, AK . . . day-
breaks GSY, TN, SK, FD
Wendy's . . . Uni Goonies . .. piggin'
out... Retreat team '80. .. 10!19!79
...the beach, the mountains. . .love
and laughs and fun times.
Vrestling . . . Show-Chorus . . . Ies-
ers. . . "Huh? - What?"
LAMES RICHARD ELLING
" noman" "Ellingus" "Iim"
. . . found all over Uni . . . Brian lllig
will remember all of my friends
...Ski Beach parties! . . . "So what if
I'm skinny! . .. Datsun rules .. .
being the last Elling to graduate
from Uni loves family and
friends. . .Thanks Mom and Dad. . .
69 beautiful girls SOMF . . . Catch it
long live Rock and Roll ..." I'll
see you on the dark side of the
found w!Carmel, Laurie . . . always
remember Charity Bowl w!CC, TC,
LG, CS . .. will never forget IDL . . .
fun times at Ski Beach Thanks
Mrs. K. for helping me . . . will never
forget all my neat friends: LC, CC,
CG, DH, CF, KB, AML . . . frustrated
in Aarnio's class Thanks Mrs.
Daniels for fun times . .. l made it,
"Chris" .. . found everywhere .. .
will remember friends, good times
at Ski Beach, Uni parties and dances
... Cross Country, Wrestling, Bowl-
ing . . . wants to be an architect and
go to college . . . frustrated by finals,
homework and term papers . . . t'Let
the good times roll" . . . Have a great
time. . . Bye Uni!
Uncle Vince! . . . l love you Mom and
LARANA IO FEIST
"Rana" . . . "Froggy" . .. cruisin' . ..
porkin' out .. . will remember good
times with friends, "Island"
WOP wall Cuba-Libra
"Needers" ... Dancing - my life
history! Vons-one and only
16-Ian. 16 frustrated by life! . ..
want to do things my way! Per-
fection is a dream... "You Craze --
" my dream: To be a fashion
coordinator ... ILY Giovanni ...
KGS, LR . . .Truly Mom 8: Dad!
BRIAN PETER FLEMING
Will remember four years at Uni,
the good and the bad . . . LA, KB, IR,
IS, MS, RF and everyone else . ..
will treasure memories of Wrestling
'80 8: '81 . . . Coach Napier, Mr. Gor-
ish, 2 years of Drafting with Mr. Gal-
indo . . . want to be an architectural
designer . . . loves the beach, motor-
cycles 8: eating. . . "I must admit."
"Pete" "Mr. Elperdink" ...
"Scholar" found in pool will
remember Mike, Bill, Gene, Herr
Steves, Mr. Gorsich and jokes
won't ever forget cold mornings in
USD pool four years of Water
polo . .. CSF... Math Club ... Stu-
dent Council . . . frustrated by noise
and homework "The more ya'
put in, the more you get out" . . .love
you Mom and Dad!
"Kat" "Foxy Fenick" car
problems w!Shei-Shei . .. found wf
SR, ID, SR, CG, Thanks Iill for
being you ... great times in
"Oklahoma" V Tennis, Track,
Soccer, Retreat team '80 . . . DF, ID,
Tl-I, FD 8: gang . . . Seefood w!DF 8:
CD .. .ASB . .. CASC wfleff. . . fun
times w!Cath . . .pig w!SR . . . being
weird w!DL, MK, TS . . . loves fam-
ily 8z God . . . Thanx Ma 8: Pa, I love
you. . . Ieff.
Always found at the tree will
remember good friends: Chris,
Steve, Bob, Tim, Suzy the Tree
Gang .. . band . . . Rob, Brian, Larry
"What a hound!" ... the studio
rad times with TD Esq frus-
trated by authority Summer '80
.. . To all my friends: You're all the
greatest and the most radical
wants to be a Rock 'n Roll star.
"Fish-9" found? still looki
will always remember what
his-name . . . UHS Airborne . . . "L,
is either a daring adventure or not
ing" . .. Ruthless Risk games...
keep on traveling - Alaska . . . fr
trated by society, SC and ov
inflated egos . . . "If you never
you never fail Take it easy ai
ENNIFER ANN FOX
'Ba lerina" ... "Observer" ...
Soapy Circle, DeAnza parties. . . EF,
IR, AS, CM, PR, MV, DM, DI . . . to
iance Giselle at Lincoln Center
will always remember that "A prob-
em's only a problem if you let it be
1 problem" . . . Blues Sisters . . . frus-
rated by conceited guys . . . don't let
t show "Hello Mr. Wilson"
Je crazy, you only live once
viom, Dad, Ellen, thanks.
"Libby" . .. by the entrance way on
the bench . . . TB, MF, RW, KN, GA,
Mr. A, Miss Rosa and all my other
friends . . . all the fences around the
school go to work and bum
around . . . teachers, homework, rid-
ing the bus and bottom lockers . ..
my family, friends and guys
"Ohhh my God" "I love it"
Thanks Mom and Dad for sending
me to Uni, luv ya!
CHERIE M. FRUDE
Senior Stairs . . . friends . . . KH, TS,
EB, P 8: LH, MM, DO, KT, CD, CG,
LM, LL, RH . . . fri. IL, BK, EK, BH, A
8: F, Tony . . . two families . . . Kinks
... waitressing ... fair w!TS and
TW Poopsy surfing IA,
ATC's . .. oh no ... Gymnastics wf
BS, BB. . . Search, Fr. Dan. . . horses
GENE D. GAFFNEY
"Geno" . . . "Beetle" . . . found in the
El Cid office . .. will remember Mr.
I, Mr. Dundas and Mr. McGrath
good times WXRE, TW, BZ, TH, IS,
KK, PE, LM, BE, TM . .. Frosh and
IV Baseball, Varsity Swimming
frustrated by incompetence, espe-
cially my own! will always
remember Mr. McGrath's "Ahhh"
loves family, God, friends and
especially Mom 8: Dad . . . Thanks.
"Iewels" . . .9071 devil . . .IV, Varsity
Cheerleader always found hug-
ging someone ... will always
remember Eve, Rod, Mary, Kyle 8:
all my other special friends . . . par-
ties, Retreats, DT's, formal dances,
dinner outings w!Eve. "The Rose"
Hershey kisses, golden sunsets,
full moons, my lions . . . being up in
the mountains Mom 8 Dad, I
love you . . . Nothing ventured, noth-
ing gained . . . follow your dreams.
...desert . . . Cantamar . . . Skin Div-
ing at Catalina ASB beach
station wagon Amo God
hates waiting Brooks, here I
come.. .loved Uni.
"Ron-Io" "Uncle Ron" slugs
always late found on lawn
above the wall ... will remember
crazy times w!PZ, VV tower,
train, boat, Straw Hat . .. loves
weekends . . . bottle cap chewing . . .
frustrated by people who are always
early drive SC "Have faith
Sue" . . . "Take it easy" . . . "Hey" . ..
loves family very much - Thanks
for your help and support.
"Fran" . . . "Frannie" . , . found with
Annette B, Elena, Margaret, Annette
C . . . will always remember DS and
early mornings, GL, LT, TS, Life Sci-
ence class, muskateers, rowdy times
wfthe Big C, Italian class and getting
out of Mr. McGrath's Thanx
Mom and Dad . . . loves Ioe.
ELENA LYNN GIACALONE
"Elena" "El" found with
Annette C, Annette B, Margaret,
Fran and the gang the Muska-
teers will remember the good
times in Life Science, Italian 1
rowdy times with the Big C the
restaurant Mrs. Gorsich, Mrs.
Kassebaum, Mr, Peck, Mr. McGrath
... Search '80 . . . loves Cod, family
Found with Candi and Carmel
will remember MS, CG, MS, LL,
AML .. . good times with Cathi . ..
Charity Bowl with CD and CC
Mammoth '80 6-6-80 8-22-80
Tom and Dan, SG and IS
frustrated by Friday nights and my
VW loves life, family and Cod
. . . Mom, thanks for being there.
"The Heavenly Black Angel" .
mostly found at the Soul Corner .
will remember Frank Giglitto, t
fun at Uni . . . Show-Chorus, mod
ing . . . going to law school ... m
frustrated by unfaithful friends a
guys loves God, family, PF,
IC, SI, MI, TD, CN . . . may my hea
enly love be with you all. . . Mingl
and friends Bye Uni, I'll miss
"Chris" . .. found on the lawn with
CC, CD, LC, DH Frosh year,
walking through boys' locker room
with CS . . . Ms. Rosa, Mr. A, Mrs. K
- Thanx Creative Lettering wf
MR, SC, IC special friends DL,
CC, CD, LG, DH, SS, RB, KD . . . my
hubby CC... 12-18-80 crazy
times w!Deb "What you are is
Cod's gift to you, what you become
is your gift to God" . . .Thanks Mom
8: Dad, I love you . . . I made it.
I O4 Seniors
PATRICIA IEAN ,
"Patty" ... found with RC, at home l
or at the venders during school . . .
remembering always RC, PA, CK,
MM, LR, DB, NB, MC, RH, KS . . . '77
Beach Boys PL Boys '78
Homecoming w!MM, RC week-
ends w!CK, RC, PA, MM. . . T-birds
roof ballooning w!CK frus-
trated by Dean's office love ya!
Mom, Dad, LIBIK, RC, PA, MM, CK
Found with Lisa, Becky, Iohnna and
Kim '. .. I will always remember the
Balboa Bums and Casa De loves
the beach, playing Backgammon
and Aerobics. . .FYE. . . "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."
HOLLY I GROVER
"Wood" . . . was everywhere at on
.. . will remember Zabe, IBIS, Ma
chu, MIB and tux's forever ti
laugh . . . already crazy . . . wants
be a blond Mex. with FBI hat
boredom, soshes and diets lov
Rollerskating, laughing, sunset
unicorns, being crazy and differ
Hey Kamee, blue diamonlfl
always migrate South with h
when he left in a pencil.
SHARON LISA HAISHA
"Lisa" fun times with IM, TS,
AM, TD, CT, IB, ID, CF . . .modeling
with KT, Lila - S. Pink 6!9!80
Ha! Prom '79 506, Prom '80
with Frank, ZB, IS? . . . SW girls,
Balboa Bums . . . Hollywood with F
... Boat-T ... sunrise ... trouble
with ID . . . B-days with Cena 8: Pam
.. . ball girls with DF . . . straws . . .
loves the beach, Ferraris, family,
Frank, LR, TS, IB . . . oral . . . the Bay
the Who RH... 8118179
Thanks Mom 8: Dad . . . Bye.
Cynthia, you made the move easier,
thanks found speaking up in
class... DL... 12!9!79... Muppet
madness . . . gold fever . . . magic
wands . . . CE 80 and the elevator...
walking to USD . . . cruising campus
...Pen C Quin . . . Angie, BC and SK
...Attica . . . Willie S . . . '80 making
the big move . . . Thanks Uni, you
changed my life . . . MBA all the way
.. . loves to laugh.
"Trac" ... will remember Cindy,
Gordon, Ioey, Ieannie, Holly, Tim,
Ieannie B, Celeste, especially Kelly
fThanks Kel!J . . . the FC . . . Thanks
Mr. Corsich and Mr. Thomson
Hi Iames! Ierry! I love you
Mom and Dad, thank you, too fBoy,
I'm thanking everyonel will
remember last two years and New
Years '80. .
7 PAMELA MARIE HAISHA
"Spam" . . . good times with Sharon
81 the gang SW girls Soph
trouble with Sharon Hi Claire-
mont . .. Soccer games, watching
my goalie Prom '80 M7
WPMC '80 with Blues B. 81 EB
Mr. Z, Mrs. IAM, fun times with
Rocco . .. B-days with Cena 8: Lisa
.. . the Bay with R, sunsets . . . luvs
Panteras, Mom, Dad, sisters and
DEBORAH IEAN MARIA
Will always remember BC, MS, IR.
AS, DH, Prom '80 ASB '77,
Track, large my special retreats
with friends: IC, ID, SD, TH, DF, PZ
... found all over campus or in the
gym with Coach Willie frus-
trated by fake and immature people
loves chocolate ice cream,
friends, nature, Cod, family . . . after
graduation, going to CSU Chico
will continue Dancing loves
friends . . . Thanks.
especially Rocco . . . Thanx Mom 8:
Dad for everything . . . Twin Power!
..."Being me" . . .Bye Uni.
STEPHEN HAN EY
DENISE MICHELLE HART
"Niecy" found "together" with
Laurie always sick Cheer-
leading ASB convention U 8:
TJ fashion show formal
dances Shawn's TD ... Frosh
year .. . Midget Mud Wrestling . ..
LK, IC, ML, SL, AH, DC, LR, TS.
Duckie UKJ, Mindy Math with
Iim 8: Ron 3 Losers Cheer
camp Chilli 81 Frosties 3 on
the can frustrated by PH
Thanx Dad, Mom, Shawn 8: Laurie
-I love you!
' DIANE KIMBERLY
Found at the rink . . . will remember
CC, CD, LG, CG ... RA Math
with Mr. Wilson 2 AM RS con-
tests with Iohn 8: Maria .. . Tuesday
mornings 81 Nationals '80 ... frus-
trated by my brother, losing and the
price I'm paying for my future
love my parents, winning, money
and music . . . M 8: C . . . "Someday"
. . . Thanks Mom and Dad for all of
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CHERYL ANN HASINSKY
"Cher" "CC" Robin, MB,
Paula, Vic, Mark, Lis, Maria
found with MB, PS, VS will
remember Butterfield . . . Mammoth
with Iohn, Ross, Robin . . . Camping
with "the Moke gang" . . . frustrated
by homework on the weekend
"But why Moke?" . .. "Haten' life"
...Thank you Mom for caring.. .all
my love to my brothers 8: sisters.
"Willyzander" . . . "Wild Willy" . . .
"Buck" . . . found with the gang, the
bench crowd .. . Teamroom '80
TQH all the time! "Ask her for
Friday" . . . Rocky Balboa, today! . . .
the Beach Boys . . . judging cheer-
leaders . . . everybody is a comedian
"Crack up" . . . "Good one!" . . . frus-
trated by PF 81-C Boys will
remember Coach Peck, BB drills, all
my friends, MS . . . "Psychological!"
...Thanks Dad, Mom.
CYNTHIA MARIE HOLMES
"Sin" ... "HB" always late ...
Heather, my Uni pal love 8:
thanks Mom 8: Dad . . . Iunior year
was the best ... 10!13!79 . . . Chuck
McCue is why I'm so happy
plays, dances, lunch on the lawn . . .
S28 on Slave Day and worth it! . ..
Oreos after school in the van . . . 2!7
!80. . .HB 8: FB, I love you forever.
TIMOTHY A. HOWE
"Scoop" found in El Cid office
remembers El Cid staff, Retreat
Teams, Fr. Dan, Fr. Bob, the Marines
and all my friends lack 44
loves the Lord, friends and his car
frustrated by complacency and
apathy toward the world's problems
... "Ace" ... "Slick" ... "I-Iow's
tricks?" "It's been a slice"
catch a wave "Where is your
DARLA DEAN ELIZABETH
HDD". . . "Pony". . .found with DN
SV, AB, TB, RS or with computer. ,
will remember Ms. Rosa, Ms. Nia
thus, Show-Chorus ...Prom '80 ..
SC at Magic Mount . . . Renaissanc
ASB Convention . .. Apollo
Starbuck ... after graduatio
become a Iedi and learn the ways
the Force frustrated by Fres
man 81 computers . . . loves mo
' . Rosa, G
siblings, Ms od, horses ..
"There is no
AMY LOUISE IOHNSON
"Oceanside Lou" will always
remember excellent friends . . . hair-
spray ... Denise... exploding
champagne w!Lori Zippy Pin-
head . . . Ahh Mr. McGrath 1-2 years
. . .CM . . . Frosh Pres, IV 8: V Cheer-
leading endless Summer nights
in Mazatlan .. . skiing Tahoe, Utah
Christmas Mammoth ... my
BMW wild excursions w!Chow
Chow . .. plans to live in Acapulco
. . . love to family, Beaver, Dad.
"Trish" . . . found by room 57 . . .
Rhonda, Theresa, Ann, Tony, Kris-
ten. . , Mrs. Chaillou . . .Canada and
my cousins . . . my brother Alan . . .
Skiing. . .Iimmy. . .oh well! . . . Ie t'
aime IS ... you're so funny!
Susan and Bobby and all the talks
Theresa and C block inside
jokes . . . Summer with Kris . . . AN,
TB, RS, I'll miss you.
Hey 143 Iolene T Share a smile
let there be Rock . . . AC DC R n'
R .. . Led Zeppelin . . . will remem-
ber IHB memories - CR tCrystalI.
TP, IE lSnomanI, IC f888I, NA, DH,
Mr. Wilson, Mr. McGrath, Mr. Aar-
nio casual SOMF team go
Senzo B ...loads of fun! . . . L7 Pro-
ductions frustrated by morning,
"Ke11s" . . . Football, CIF Baseball '80
... Coaches Ramos, Cosciato ...
Soph year Space Cadets "Not
even" good food, St. Pauli Girl
QS the best of times with SC,
SM, IM, TC, PA, MP, PM, KS, DR,
gKd. .. loves Mindy, family and
"The Godfather' . . . Search 1980. . .
Golf team Mr. Thoennes, Mr.
Galindo found with the Space
Cadets . .. will always remember
Iulie, Iill, Vickie, Cathy, Butzen,
Angie, Donna, Ienny, RW and talk-
ing pizza . . . hope to become a Pro
Golfer in the future . . . Ski beach . . .
concerts . . . "Treat others equal and
school Thanks Mom and Dad,
luv ya. . . later!
love God" . . . Thanks Iulie.
"Killer" Running memories
with TI .. . "I'm having financial
problems" Sammy, Pencils, fro-
zen yogurt, Cremo Demo . . . "Can I
seat them?" . . . "Oh my God, I can't
do it" "I know ou have a wait
but could you at least let me put the
"Iim' . .. found in my jacket
Petricca, Zank, Denise, Kimmy
Filippi's after school MK, IB 81
ASB at Z's boat you animal!
"lt's a fiya hazud" . . . the 3 losers . . .
Sr. Homecoming with AB .. . I love
you? Marg 8: Roford: Become
indifferent and they'll bother you no
more Mr. Thomson's class and
Mr. Ramos' .. . Thanks Mom 81 Dad
81 Uni. . . Bye.
napkins down?" . . . running to work
every Sunday with TI . . . Miguel . . .
surgets at beach . . . Thanks Mom 8:
2 if :fl
"Marge" found w!Tab will
remember Coach Serrano, Mr. Peck,
Mr. Araiza, Mr. Gorsich CIF
Baseball with Ann, OW Basket-
ball stats . . . Search . . . Hilton Sum-
mer '80 my special friends EG,
AB, AC, FG ,... frustrated by IK and
"Phonies" treasure family,
friends, God aspire to travel
Europe, esp. France 81 Switzerland
.. . "So many memories" , . . "Be
Seniors 1 07
LAUREEN E. KNUDSEN
"Laurie" found with Denise
will remember Homecoming float
'78, Ir. fashion show. '80 QT 8: II ...
Midget Mud Wrestling ...Prom '80
...Slave Day- the Hulk, ASB oamp
at SB ASB '80-'BL Sec. 81 PR
Denise, IC, RW, MC, MP, SL. IK, RZ,
LR . .. IV Baseball team '80 . , .ASB
love it!" ...loves family 8:
friends 8: food "Together" with
CARMEN KUTNIK DAVID LADD
"Angie" found with Diane
will remember DR. AB. AN, EN .. .
solving DI's problems hot Sum-
mer nights and scorching days
H20 Skiing on Lake Havasu with
Diane . .. frustrated by calling long
distance - to Vermont ... loves BI
3!25!80 Prom '80 warm
sunsets falling stars loves
family. friends and Cod . ,. love ya'
Mom and Dad. . .for everything.
"Dan" . ,. Football 322, Raquetba
found at Scripps or with m
brother . . . will remember the
Mr. Lichtman, "Beard Bets'
Bodysurfing contests . . . hates
sick loves girls "The
isn't cold" "Proerastinate
...oh yeah, thanks Mom and Dad.
ROBERT L. LEMUS
'Butch" . . . can be found at Fedmart
.. Frosh 8i IV Basketball .,. mid
ierm grad Summer Softball '80
. . will always remember SG, IC, TI
li ID . . . frustrated by term papers 8:
Finals plans to finish college 8:
Jecome an Air Force pilot.
"Sandy" kicking back on the
lawn . . . will always remember AH,
BS, LL, TK, Coach in return to
SOMF SOYOF from SVBT's or
UHBT 8: Kona Trish, you're so
funny . . . often seen in never never
land, Softball office aid was
great . . . you'll never get me for Sen-
ior breakfast loves smiles. good
Rock n Roll "Kinks" parts
with IZM ...Thanks Mom, love ya.
"Googles" ... "Iewells" ,,. "Iu" ...
found at the wall with cuz IoIo 8: Ab
will never forget Italy 1, Con-
sumer Ed with AB, PE with Sylvia,
all the Wops at the wall 8: my good
friends AC, AP, AB, MK, FG, DS,
EG, SG, Sue, CM will always
remember Science with IL 8: Debbie
Iack "tuna" frustrated by
MARIA VIRGINIA LOPEZ
"Marivi" found with Sandy
will always remember LA, LR, DH,
Cheer camps 8: Charity Bowls . . .
special times with SA . . . Football 8:
Basketball games . . . Sandy's TD's 81
beating Saints! ... ll-10-77 . . . 2-23-
79... 7-16-78 . . . Pasacat . . . Cheer-
leading ... frustrated by bes
Chilli 81 Malts. . .loves Sandy, Mom,
Hadji, Dancing, God, Life ... Psy-
chology Dance I made it for
you Daddy! . . . Rah!!
KS's mouth . . . loves friends 8: fam-
"Iackson" . . . will always remember
Summer of '80 with Cindy loves
parties and rad Ski beach activities
. .. frustrated by Punkers, cops and
handcuffs .. . AC DC, Scorps and
Led Zep loves beautiful women
esp. CA team SOMF . .. ILYCA
. . . Thanks for everything Mom and
Dad, I love ya ...will miss the KP's
with CA, MS and AA . . . GGDBMD
HOLLY ANNE MARSHALL
Found on field . . . "Who sings this?"
. .. "What have I gotten myself into
now?" will remember Sue,
Donna, IS and Gia, CM, CR, AS 8:
MV, PR "Tennis Team Follies"
"Let's ditch" "Fight on SC"
frustrated by unemployment 8:
homework . . . loves family, friends,
all Skiing, MG's, Pifias, surfer par-
ties 8r loud music Dreams are
forever, so dream on."
I I0 Seniors
SABIN E LUDWIG
PATRICIA EAN MAGUIRE
"Patty" " oo Bear" good
times with friends . . . M 81 M's with
Mary Snickers Tahoe with
Kim GB Tweety 81 Sylvester
"It's a fiya hazud" . .. stats with
Iules Prom '79 81 '80 - what a
night! . . . my BF IC . . . Don't cry! . ..
Hide in Gurdi . . . DT's . . . our party
. . . SS '79 . . . you only live once! . ..
Thanks Mom 8: Dad, I love you very
MARK W. MAHADY
"Sidesaddle Sam" ... "Ace" old
friend in Adv. Math Frosh, IV,
Var. Basketball . .. frustrated on the
bench and by gunners Coach
Peck . . . Saturdays with Buck, Cliff,
Mike, Buff and Pizza ...loves Irish,
Orangemen fShirtI, food Mom
and Dad, thanks.
"Iim' ont e lawn or in the
library BG, UV, DL, AP, IS
driving Brad's Z taking pictures
"What a failure!" frustrated
by slow drivers and having to wait
to get into the darkroom loves
God, family and friends "Iim
Martin photos, better than Ray Ack-
LISHA RENE LYTLE
Volleyball ... Skiing ... Searches
found kickin' back on the lawn
...radical Sophomore year...
Dean's office good times with
AR, SL, AH, DV wants to see
Europe, party, go to college, live up
North . .. enjoys music, partying,
mountains, peace frustrated by
rules, apathy, SOMF team . .. loves
nature, sunsets, God, family, friends,
LISA MAN GIAMELI
"Mani" found with Becky,
Iohnna, Kim, Karen and Annette . . .
I will always remember the "Balboa
Bums" ... Casa De ... Ski club
FYE ... loves Skiing, the beach,
Backgammon, sunsets and friends,
especially loves GPIA . . . Mom and
Dad, thanks for all your love and
'Cathi" . . . "HB" . . . "As" . . . "Crip"
. . HF, Landyette, Observer Iohn.
Doctor, DI, MV, LM, SM, MR, DV,
VIC, DM, SV, HM Soapy Circle,
Jroken leg, Prom '80, parties, purple
it crayons... frustrated by GR, MT,
if BW . .. zombies ... loves amping
nut, being crazy 8: flirting with my
fu s fluv ya all . .. "Wade through
SUSANNE K. MARTIN
"Susie" Swimming Varsity all
four years CIF. . .Linda and Brig.. .
the 98... the Cliffs... ta kill ya ...
Mr. McGrath . . . BBI . . . Ir. year par-
tying Henry's Summer
Marine St. ... laughing ... "The
Police" Devo "Shooters" the
Captain AAU Valley Swimmers
Coronado Swim Assoc. Mr. A.
Aug. 12 IB EMBO loves
God, my parents, family, friends,
Swimming and Loren baby!
, y J
t with a smile on your face."
"Missy" Cheryl and pictures in
her locker I love my "ever
lovent" Robert," family, friends
Red Roses, ribbons and pounds of M
8: M'S . .. fudge... 1-1-80...4-5-80
want to go skiing and to the
desert sunsets, mountains with
MICHAEL MCCARTNEY snow, the beach, South Mission.
IOHNNA FRAN CINE
"Alligator" "Ionah" . .. "Iunga"
311 found with Kathleen,
Becky, Lisa M, Karen, Kim, Lisa H,
Robert, Iean . . . FYE . . . H20 8: Snow
Skiing ... Bball ...ASB ... Ski
beach 151 dark pretzels ...
auditioning bands Sneaky State
8: Pt. Loma parties "Balboa
Bums" Case De Summer of
'80 with K frustrated by Mr.
McGrath, slow drivers 8: studs
Thanx Mom 81 Dad, luv u.
"Granny" . . . "Kinky" , . . "Amazon"
found everwhere . .. Sue, Chris,
Iulie, HM, DH, SW, my other buds
SC Ski Track '80 the
bus... NY's '80 . .. dirty jokes with
IA. . . life 8: touches . . . Mr. A, Fr. T,
Mr. Ramos, Sra Hiel frustrated
by being confused! . . . "What a roll"
... "ya killer" ... "Suuuziiieee" ...
loves the Who, rainbows 8: the
"Wizard" the tree SOMF
team SGL Genesis Peter
Gabriel ... progressive music ...
Oceanside the carpool MFC
... Syff . .. Chesthairs . .. Sticks . ..
all the other bums . . . AI for 12 years
40 miles from home CS
Ahhh Mr. McGrath sure as
eggs is eggs the bus VH
thanks to the VCC Mafia
...Moms and Pops.
"Tony" . . . found avoiding responsi-
bilities, w!Theresa, Tricia, Rhonda,
Ann, IPD . . . El Cid, Presidio '81 Edi-
tor.. . waiting for March. . . conver-
saciones in Spanish w!A - Frank
. . . TB, TK, AN, RS, ID, TH, BZ, BM
. . . Mrs. Stallone, Mrs. Doyle, Ms.
Hanley, IB fogged-in caroling,
Spokane trips Bedford "l'm
not cynical, just experienced"
frustrated by everything, esp. trucks
and red lights thank you, Bill, Rubie,
Lis. . . love to Mom, Dad and Kary.
Seniors I I I
"Boo Boo Bear" found on lawn
near room 32 Will remember
friends, teacher frustrated by
bottom lockers . . . active in bowling
. . . youth group . . . after graduation
go to college .. . early classes
loves sleeping late in the morning
. . . MS, BC, PM, DA, AS, IR . . . "Me
and my shadow."
MARIA LYNN MELLO
"Mello" . . . basketball . .. found w!
Pearlann . . . Homecoming Game '78
PG RC always remembering
PA, MR, PG, CK, RC . . . Prom '80 . ..
LRU 44 mokes, frustrated by
school need a needer some
day. . .my Vette . . . good luck to Srs
. . . Thanks Miss Mauro .. . together
we R wishing for snow" all my
GERALYN P. MENDOZA
"Geri," "Munchkin" . . . hard to find
. . .gang of 4 w!Deb, Annette, Y'uns
. . . never forget Lucy, MC, AN, SM,
DB, LN 8: Stories "Flash" 7
"Licht" . . . Mr. A, Mr. G's rad class
Pomme Pygmies . . . DL French Fol-
lies "Hey I can dig it" the
times w!ii51 8: IA sweet but
short Luvs' Mom 81 Dad, bros,
God, guys, Frnds, travel Thanx
1 I2 Seniors
memories from Pearl dreams
come true . . . CC, LG, IW . . . all love
8 thanks Mom Dad famil God . ..
1 v yi
PT. . . Bye.
LUCY M. MILANOVIC
"Louie", "Lucille," "Murphy"
Soph soccer . . . will always remem-
ber SM, CM, TC, GM, DV, MK, MD,
IR, CR, IA, AM, Raccoon Far-
rell's w!Sheila found at lockers
. . . Rollerskating . . . sharing lockers
w!Sheila frustrated by parallel
parking, locking keys in car, physics
Mr. Peck, Mr. Araiza, Mr. Gor-
sich, Mr. Ramos . . . "You are my
shining star" won't forget Matt!
..."Shut up, I don't want to hear it!"
ANN EILEEN MILLER
"Annie", "Frank" found n
stairs, rm. 57 doing hmwk, on a
court Ricky, Bill, Nanner,
"Little Sis", Mr. A, Ms. Mauro
Mr. Gorsich lockers too
Lucy .. . friends and
teachers - Thanx , . . piano
forever frustrated by diets
boys loves God, Daddy,
brothers, Dr. Thomas . . . Sun
ger games .. . Irish Farmers
..."A smile goes a long way.'
"Malia," "Wild One". . .found
anywhere w!Rosie 1
bers the good times . . . Track
CC Spirit Weeks
Hair . .. my bud Rosie ... Ms. iv
. . . to be an artist . . .my kinda mu
FM 98 . .. Iames Taylor.
"You've got a friend
Mrs. P - thanx Mark,
loves life, running and roses
Expect a Miracle Mom 81
Thanx. . . Iluv ya . . . This is true
'Ionte" hangin' out Tonto
. Coaches Ramos 8: Rubidoux . ..
1, GC, TS, KK, SC, TW, YKW
Li Beach ... Football ... hoop ...
iseball ASB Ms. Marsella!
lo you have a note, Ioey?"
'heresa, I will be on time tomor-
OHN MICHAEL MORRIS
" elatable' time of change
good memories will remember
golf, photography, SB, Cathi 8:
friends . . . Rush, Led Zeppelin, Cars
... Day Dreamer... wondering
about God and others Death 8:
Dying ... philosophical ... frus-
trated when can't understand,
phony people loves music, art,
the best photographer in the
world the beach sunsets
Thanks Mom and Dad.
Found by "The Bench" will
remember Ken, Sies, Ryan, Scott,
Daryl, Dave, Curt, Mr. Steves and Al
Wrestling, Football Room 95
. . . SEALS. . .Mark and the S100,000
moustache . . . frustrated by cutting
weight for wrestling .. . loves mak-
mg weight Roberto Duran, the
Grinch, G. Gordon Liddy "Dar-
ling, will you Loofa my st mrks?"
w" ... "What's that?" . . . 2 6px of
iw . . . "Theresa, do you have any
tange?" "Can I have your
I le?" . I love ou Mom, Dad,
P . . y
mily and best friends, Troy.
Zhris" found by the wall or
achines . . . frustrated by home-
Jrk, AB 8: guys, esp. IA will
member fun 8: crazy time w!AB,
', GL, DM soccer games, the
and, Wndy's, ASB 8: Prom '80 . . .
tph year . . . the Stairs ... FG, CD,
I, TS, DS Annette and our
seball heroes . . . race a Ferrari . . .
loh baby" B-52s, loves Mom,
1d,sunny days, fun times with Ioe.
Will remember LM, LW, CM, MK,
CM, CR, CB, RP, IS, IP . . . Soph float
Farrell's 8: Christmas cards w!
Lucy Northwestern '80: Califor-
nia Girls talking shoe found
at lockers frustrated by French,
pills, crutches 8: Dad . . . luvs family
8: special friends . . . sharing lockers
w!Lucy ... rooming w!Lynn ...
"There's no such place as far away"
...Thanks Mom and Dad!
MARCIA LYNN MULLEN
"Nuker" "Chow-chow" ... V swim-
ming, V tennis . . . will remember SB
fFlol, MC, AT, TS, EB, SF, VE
getting stuck on RR tracks w!TS,
SB, SG ... Prom '80 w!Mike
"What I remember?" skiing at
Mammoth working at Del
going to the beach living in N.
County frustrated by Math
good times w!Mike loves God,
family, Irish, Mike.
Seniors l I 3
Will remember LD, AM, TDAA
the Big B secret conferences
10-80 . . . my D-ing buddy . . . donuts
and water fights frustrated by
Monday night parties, shopping at
the PC, and the "Inconsiderate B"
. . . "Ann and her lovely twin!"
LISA MARIE NORIEGA
"Lis" . . . "Lizo" found with Tri-
sha and Sylvia will always
remember PS, SG, ES, PA, IM, VP,
HB, Ms. Mauro, Mr. A . . . Taco
Night . . . Iawbreaker . . . IV Volley-
ball, Varsity Softball, Basketball,
1980 Western League Champs, CIF
Playoffs . . . Ms. Mauro, you are spe-
cial P de P skiing at Mam-
moth.. .Luv you Mom and Nana . ..
"More power to me!"
Will always remember Karen, Neal,
Trish, the Beach . . . will never forget
all the assemblies I never went to . . .
frustrated by problems "I won't
be late tomorrow" . . . loves friends,
parents, music, rainbows, unicorns,
playing piano, graduating!
PAUL N EALE
"Tanner" . . . "Spike" . . . "Eagle" . ..
4 yrs Varsity SB . . . Senior Prez, GS
Gov, ASB VB, BB DT buds,
Hardcores, Ms. Mauro, Mr. A,
Skip, Gordon 8: Ioe, RC, IC, Billy . . .
mi familia writing, art class,
music, travel, surfing with the girls
future: move to Berkeley and be
a starving writer ...Backpack
through Europe . . . never let school
interfere with your education
I I4 Seniors
"Bill" . . . found at the back wall
will remember Mr. Galindo, l
Gorsich, TM, MS, IW, AN . . . rid
my bike to school in the rain . . .
badminton, Cycling Club
book staff '79 and '80 . .. frustra
byltrying to type papers at midni
. . . "You can reach all your goal
you set them low enough" M
night yearbook meetings.
"Ann" . .. found
Theresa, Rhonda, and Tony .. .
remember bumper boats with T
.. . Coronado, and standing
"What's the spam?"
Skippy" frustrated by Bio
lab partners . . . "Fugitives from
tice" .. . loves family, Minne
and my "other friends"
Mom and Dad . . . I made it!
DANIEL V. O'I'l'O
Ottoge," "Dan" looking for
Jmebody El Cid office MC,
N, BZ, KD, RP, Do B's CC . . . Santa
lara .. . Ski B at 2:30 . .. fish every
ri listening booths football,
ross C, Track . . . Charity Bowl '80
. . night at Mt. Sac . . . search '80 w!
F's, ID, TH, Fr. Dan, Mr. R Mr.
I . . . asleep in Govt . . . Mr. I, Mrs. D
. . "Sorry I'm late -- again."
Rosie," "Raccoon" . .. found all
ver... w!Malia Freshman
'ang . .. Fr. Pat . .. Ms. Rosa, Mr. L
.. the LeBolds G's crazy
mes w!Laurie all my special
'iends - old and new Track.
C '78 w!Ceri 81 Dana running
..Iesters . . . LIVE! . . . frustrated by
ot knowing who I am . .. loves
Pod, life, Mom and Dad, Malia, fam-
y, caring friends, food . . .the moon
..IT... YGAF...98FM ...Live,
Thanx Mom 81 Dad.
"Vickie" ...found at the wall wfmy
tuna pals 8: the Island will
remember MC, Chris 'n Chris, Crazy
LD, my best pal, LW, DS, TR, and
PC Talent Show ASB Ball
and Prom '80 . .. great times w!
Manuel ... Ieezmon .., Iazz ...
singing w!Edwin frustrated by
long rehearsals 8: self discipline . . .
"Don't dream it, be it" Thanks
Mom and Dad, I love you!
ALFRED A. PAN TALEON,
"Al," "GQ," " tein" "What's
up?" found by lockers or any-
where in the vicinity of will
remember SA, ML, RM, XP, FB, IG,
IB, all other dudes Mr. Aarnio,
Mr. Gorsich, Mr. Shelburne ...Ten-
nis ...Pasacat ... Skiing ... I want
UCSD.. . Iazz Improv . . . frustrated
by: early labs, not having enough
mulah Loves Mom, Dad, Ioe,
especially MB . . . RP, DM, EM, LM,
DM, LG 8: gang.
HEY Mar ... "Petricca FaceT'
Soph 8: Ir. class VP, Varsity Cheer
80-81 ... watergirl . . . remember
good times w!Kim, Patty, Iim, Ron
"It's a fiya hazud" TA Ital I
. . . Prom '80 . .. camp w!Marivi . ..
Big D.. .BB stats. . .powderpuff. . .
Mr. McGrath w!IS .. . loves family,
God, friends, Hank 81 the Chargers,
Rod, KK ... Hid in Curdi . . . SS '79
...Mia . . . Lis, Patti ,... Smile . . . M
81 Ms being a flirt thanks
Mom 8: Dad, I love you.
Rescues from OLP in '79 . . . always
remember special memories
found with Randy ... special
friends: Chris, David, Steve, Kerry,
Sue ... Soph year Party 1-4 ...
Crazy times with Chris Iunior
Prom . . . ASB . .. Saints dances . . .
my blue Honda Senior year . ..
the Chain Gang 79-81 SW
family Oregon always con-
fused I love you Mom and Dad
. . . Randy, thanks for your love.
l l6 Seniors
MATTHEW A. RAGGIO
"Matt" "The Kid" eating
lunch on the lawn Eisor, IS, IB,
HG water polo getting off
work on weekends parties
writing love notes to my best friend
true luv HB which is so
true... kiddo Gurdi . . . SS '79, ..
"Wenchie" ... found at the
machines . .. library . . . w!Char . ..
will remember Frenchie, Chickie,
Dickie, Char, Chris, Willie Sturges
green M8:Ms Ms. Berson . ..
Miss Niethus DM, IW, MM
the bus . . . frosh yr . . . Renaissance
Fair summer '80 pep squad
. . .yearbook . . . travel . . . frustrated
by homework, Char, no eat'n in
library . . . loves travel, friends, par-
ents, guys wfaccents . . .N Yorkers.
JAMES A. RAGGIO I
"Iim ...I's apt . . . Blitz Bros. ..Ie2
one, KB, Kweesh, Beth Ioanne, Sco
tie "Annie" ... Oklahoma ... sui
nkd founder of Midget Mug
wrestling . . . polo, swimming.. . t
cop raid of '80 at I's house . . . Deaf
man's Curve ... Lowylite ... Mr
Gorsich . . . 16 in Kweesh's Rabb
...The Who . . .Teenage Wastelan
My Generation . . . People try to pi
us down just because we get arounc
"Naymay" . . . found in IAM's offi
will remember Renwa, Susaa
NC, ID, AB, TM, TB, IAM 81 her co
fee, Fr. Tassi band 8: footba
games... Dec. 16...Iuly5..
Queen Concert frustrated by
Lennon's death 81 Fr. LaRiv's quick
quizzes . . . luvs family, dog, B M
8: Queen, God, penguins Que
rules death to disco jerk .
Thanx Mom 81 Dad.
Red" ... "Scooter" ... 341 ...
harity Bowl . . . E 8 S Patrol wlTim
. . good times w!Tim, Steve 8: Kyle
, . Coaches Ramos, Zielony 8: Cum-
mings Thanx to Coach Marcus
Jr putting up with me for 4 years
.. will remember good ole ID
Jves Mom 8: Dad "The North
County Gang strikes again"
ALWAYS ON TIME?" who
MADE IT! . . . always found out of
:lass - usually in the ozone .. .
rustrated by people who like to
irgue and DV will remember
everyone, esp. the memories w!DV
kLL Soph yr was the best
links . .. La Iolla .. . Hawaii ...
oves God, my family and life
fhanks Mom, Dad and mu bro's, I
:ouldn't have done it without you
. .High School -- what a joke!
CHRISTINA RAE BRIGID
"Chris" found on stairs an
apple a day will remember TR,
LW, RW, TW, GR, AR, my bro 81
ALL my friends - I luv you! VB 4
ever! . . . Search '80 . . . SKI . . . Land
Cruisers rule . . . Go to USD . . . frus-
trated by DV, clouds, inconsiderate
people 8: food . . . loves people, fam-
ily, rad teachers, friends, sun, VB,
TR, IM, RW, Life. . . "Hey Baby" . . .
"Ie ne sais pas" Thanks Mom,
Dad, TR 8: God. -
DIANE MARIE ROBERTS
"Wa Diane" found w!Angie
AB, DI, TB, AN, KB, MK will
remember TB after beach w!Angie
K's Prom '80 Borrego w!Ioe
. . . So. Co .... River Rats forever . . .
Fisher's . . . Black Meadow 81 glassy
H20 Fiesta Island frustrated
by Mr. Lichtman's term papers
loves Ioe 11!2!79 starry
nights and full moons Thanx
Mom and Dad, luv ya!
GARY A. REGALADO
"Regs" ... Red Keds ... golf...
loves all people I came in contact
with at Uni . . . CR, MBS, IS, IB, MT,
BW, BB, PM, CM, AA . . .found with
the Bush Gang EH, IH, Adolph
seeds makes sense the Cars
Ben Hill Pepe Tugs Mudd
Shop TFS Thanks Dad and
"Cav" . .. Vavoom will remem-
ber Mr. Bill goes to the Penetrators
dance . .. Iazmine DeAnza par-
ties dancing cake walk w!
Ienny My Solo FALA to
succeed . .. the love of my life
Hey gang, this isn't the end, in fact
we've only just begun stay
healthy . . . I luv ya all . . . Ma, I love
ELISABETH F. RICE
"Lis", "Cheap Ditto," "Rum Raisin"
found visiting in Counseling
office will always remember
Kimmy, MP, PM, MBS, PS, CH, VS.
DH 8: LK . . . Mr. 8: Mrs. Gorsich, Ms.
Mauro 8: Mrs. Daniels Sally 8:
Marty . . . retreats with MM, LP, EG,
FE, 8: IS . . . frustrated by 5-1 . .. the
Original Kid . . . "what a catch!" . . .
loves God, family 81 friends
Thanks Mom 8: Dad for everything
...Bye, Uni, I'll miss you.
TODD C. ROCKWELL
CMO and skiing, in that order
beach fires and champagne
someone special, skiing, and the
mountains . . . dreams of Tahoe, but
not alone . . . fears: irate fathers, and
SSS life without girls or snow
"uhoh" "Oh Baby!" "Oh
Seniors I l 7
LORI ANN ROSOLINO
"Lorece" . . . will remember my bud-
dies DB, MW, GT, LF, KS, PN, VS.
RC, PG, M 81 PP 8: LH ...Coach Ser-
rano, Ms. IAM Cheerleading
dancing . . .good times wffriends . . .
tiny bubbles wet partner . ..
"Needers" frustrated by life
loves family, friends, Denise, NB,
RH . . . Baby, here's to you . . . love to
"Stew" . . . cousins and special times
..."I will if you will" . . .ILY, Dad.
GERALD IEROME ROLLER
"Ir" . . . "Ierry" . . . in meditation w!
Dr. Karen . . . IAM . . . Debbie Chris-
tian siblings . . . Varsity Cheerleader
1980 . . . megaphones, mega-bucks 8:
Marivi .. . Pep Squad 1979 bug-
ged by David T and people who
don't know how much they hurt
others all persons are precious
... HI Kim! ... love to Rufus the
Clown Lombards . .. no worn
cliches.. . I love you Mom 8: Dad...
PATRICIA LYNN SALES
"Trisha" . . . Tiki Balls . . . found w!
LN 81 SG . . .will remember AS, MO,
NC, HD, SH, MM, PC, GL ...
Camaro . . . champagne . . . kidnap-
pings . .. Nov. 7 ... Idyllwild ...
summer '80 . . . cradle snatchers: TL
8: S ... CYO ... Filippi's . .. Magen
. . . Election '80 . . . singing telegrams
. . . soph yr w!Beck . . . frustrated by
Ed, Bone and being late luv to
Dad, Mare, Lin, Ed, Bone, Tanya,
Nick, Marsh, Neal 8: Luca.
MARK A. ROSBROOK
"The Bird" . . . Mr. Steves, Mr. Licht
man, Mr. Thomson Die Foulei
Menschen .. . KM, KA, DV, SB, CE
DS, Seis, Henry W SDODE ..
SOF ... The Who .., Dancin' Day:
. . .CC '78 and '79 . . . Frisbee . . . sich
of pizza frustrated my ter
papers, finals, school . . . love, fam
ily, the ocean, summer . .. "lt's on!'
. . .Thanks Mom.
Found w!Debbie, Geri, Laura .. . tl
my best friends, "I luv ya" wi
remember "Flash!" 7 moves . .
community lunch ... Y'uns . ..
Track, discus 100', high jump ..
loves R 8: R music 8: Our Famill
Band ... college-bound ... frus-
trated by diets 8: lack of dates ..
Thanx Uni for the memories ..
Mom 8: Dad, you're the best, I lov
you very much!
REBECCA A. SCHATZ
Beck" found wflohn, Lisa,
thnna, Karen, KTM, Special friends
"Paul" . . . found always and every-
where w!MB, Cher 81 Vic . . . either
- ffustfaled by homework gl b,ad ELAINE SANNICOLAS talking or laughing . .. always
arties . . . will remember Prom 79 remember MBS' CH' VS' LR' MB i D .
id '80 wllohn Casa de Balboa -Agebinu windup toys I H pen-
UITIS . . . Beach . . . Dark 1. . guins I - I roses . l . Open lgckersv
loves A139193 State Dames Benatar "Killer" "Whatsa
.FYE . . . Red Z - Q - l96 l3CkS0n - -- matta for you?" . . . frustrated by AP
tyx . . . Devo . . . special dreams! . .. .H our 3 days in QB H, Special
tanks M0111 8K Dad f0f me memo' thanks to Mom and Dad, I, D, S, C, 8:
ES, ihey Will last f0l'9V9l'- I luv ya- B. . . Lylas my bletta . . .Take care!"
DARYL R. SCHMOLDT
found everywhere that freshmen
ire not . . . will remember Ken A and
he rest of our motley crew Mr.
Steves 8: Fr. LaRiv . . . will never for-
get the friends or the times together
.. Europe, summer of '79 , .. Fris-
Dee Club . . . college or the Air Force
.. frustrated by crowded hallways
.. loves family, friends and all the
good times. . . "Ich bin getweektf'
"Sc erms" . . . by the palm the wall,
found almost everywhere will
remember Mr. Marcus, Mr. Ramos,
IM, KK, TR, PB, SA, TW, PD, HD,
PM. GM, IP, KB, HD, DP, DR and all
my friends . . . 77-78 Saints . . . 78-79
St. Louis in Hawaii: all my
acquaintances there . . . Track 1-4
. . .400 m champ in 4 . . . Football '80
. . . to achieve all that is possible we
must attempt the impossible.
"Rhonnie" found with Tricia.
Theresa, Ann and Tony by rm 57 . . .
will remember Iunior year float and
fun with TB, TK and AN . . . Iesters
with TB frustrated by carpools
and busy telephone lines loves
Mom, Dad, TB, TK, AN, friends and
laughter "Laughing is fun!"
TK, TB, AN, - "Remember, good
friends are forever."
THERESA JEAN SCHMITT
Running, cc 80, Track great
times w!Killer - you're the daring
one! ... cowboy walk chunky
pnt btr . . . starting lines . . , hubcaps
...Donde's bug . . . pencils. . . cran-
kin' w!K and D watching 4-T10
... Cmon, be cool . . . summer of '80
Danny's Song Ioe loves
weekends, family "I have a
wait!" . . . Killer Keller. . . college.
Seniors 1 l9
KATHRYN C. SCHORR
"Kaki", "Pink Panther" 3315
Hard core . .. DT's fright therej
You're special to me ES, GT, PN,
VS, RC, LF, CK, LR and Padre
"Eve, you make dreams easy
f"Scary"I Cena, thanx! inthe
point?"I ... Mr. Corsich ... ZP . ..
DS Mr. Ramos, you're great! . ..
Iohn, if we went away f"I love you"I
... "Butterflies" ... 7!1!78I ... my
dod . . . I love you Kim, Kelly 81 you
ANGELA GAIL SCIACQUA
"Landyette" . . . found in the corner
. . . will remember Tina, Traci, Cap-
withe, Doc, RW, DM, SV, KT, and
especially Mark . . . tennis and Wil-
lie Falling the hotel the
crash . . . bent pennies . . . especially
4!18!80 and Prom '80 . . . soapy cir-
cle and all the suds converting
Mr. L . . . loves Landy and family . . .
"Sei molto attraentef'
EVE MARIE SELIS
"Eveness" I'm a tiger 412
DT's and on! "Selis, you're nothing
but a dreamer" Happiness is all
in the mind . . . Thanx: Mr. Marcus,
Mr. G., Mr. R., Senor A. fgracias
muchisimoj Sr. M.H. and D. Seab M
. . . I will always love Iulie, Kathryn,
Greg, Mom, G.L.I.C.P.D.I. and God.
Lunch Sevigny-Weenie! I'll never
hurt you mama. . . "Scary", "What's
this?" I want to be somebody . . . I
miss you daddy.
MICHAEL W. SIESEL
"Sies" . . . frustrated by no spittoons
. . . will remember KM, DV, DC, RW,
KA, CW and Mary . . . cruising in Big
Red, Redman, and Football . . . "The
only things that matter in this world
are fast trucks, fast women and fast
food" "In is nice, but I'd rather
be Bn." . . .The Fish Bros.
THERESA ANN SCHWETZ
"Terry" . . . "Tree" . . . always found
w!Diana will remember MS,
Ioey, CK, SB, TZ, and everyone at
Poems and a person I'll always
remember. . . If you love something,
set it free. If it comes back to you, its
yours, if it does not, it never was . . .
Dustin Hoffman . . . DP . . . DR. Pep-
per . .. Diamonds ... roses...
Cathy, Mom and Dad. . .mais tarde.
DEBRA ANN SETHER
"Debbie" will remember comm.
lunch, Ir. and Sr. years "Flash!"
. . .7 moves. . . frustrated by guys. . .
rollerskating w!MC in Balboa Park
Easter Vac. '80 . . . "The Tavern" . . .
12!12!80 all my love to my best
friends: Annetee, Geri, Laura, Todd,
Mike C Y'uns UCSD
Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you.
OSEPH A. SEVIGNY, R.
ey" . . . "Ioe" found wf ecl
or Cin . .. friends: BA, CS, TS, D
CC, IPD, ES, RW, VS, MBS, PS, Cl
TH, IK, SM, LK, MP, RP . . . teachel
Ms. Mauro, Padre, Mrs. Gorsic
Ahh Mr. McGrath, Ms. Burso
Coach Willie . . . Kansas . . . Styx .
Seger Tull Teenage Wast
land . . . thanx to PNC Crew 4 goo
and bad, times . . . Iody, IS, BA, M
IC, SS Block Buds: Kim, Kip
Elaine, Iohn Thanks Mom a
Dad, you're great. . . Mais tarde.
KIMBERLIN DAWN SILV
"Kimmy" . . . "Daddy's girl" . ..
sity Cheer 80-81 Ir. Princess
H20 Cang powdr puff
Ramos.. . Ski tahoe w!Patty . ..
remember good times w!Mary, Lis
her "Original Kid", Eve, IK, RZ
"It's a fiya hazud" KK, SC ai
the Big 3 . . . DT's . . . NCA w!SL.
KC 81 the breaks ... I-Iuggie .
Track ES 471 perturbed
TM 8: the Scandal . .. LA: "We
got it!" . . . loves God, bros,
the Ch i
argers, Mocha Ch p
8: friends . .. Thanx
Jel ar local CN'C, Bobba
Carmann Chia . . . good luck, Holly,
ill those morning drives tennis,
Yonex, Fila . . . my Porsche man . . .
Jhysics, the back 2 Infatuation
with Mr. Rubidoux Puerto Val-
arta The twins, Kath, TC, AC,
IB, HG Kraemer, you can't
ilways get what you want, but you
:an try Iiles, I love you
Fhanks Mom and Dad . . . "Mom, we
'Muscles" ... "Needlenose" ...
'Racer X" found with bench
:ang . . . the boys . . . the Beach Boys
.. my imported sportscar quite
he looker Mark, "I never said
hat" Wild Willy: "Ask her for
'riday" frustrated by funny
noys, . . . pretty boys . . . loves laugh-
ng at people .. . wrestlin - Iunior
llympics ... Coach Harvey . ..
'here's you woman . . . eats at Mac's
. .Thanks Dad and Mom!
THERESA ANN SOUZA
Found mostly anywhere will
remember Diana, Lori, Life Science
Gang, AB, EG, EG, DH, BH ski
trips. . . The Island . . . Cuz and Rose
someone wants your frustrated
by school, homework, certain teach-
ers will remember all the good
times with Cuz Mom and Dad,
thanks. I would never have made it
without you . . . Bye, UHS.
CINDY LOU SLOMINSKI
"Polack" "Dr. Slo!" I'll be
famous in the field of medicine - I
promise! loves old Ierry Lewis
movies, the Beatles, my guitar, act-
ing, Ioey, Tracy, my kitty, and Gor-
don . . . "I smile awhile, and while I
smile another smiles, soon there are
miles and miles of smiles, and life's
worthwhile because I smile"
Thanks all of you special people!
"Flake" . . .will remember and loves
LH, DO, EB, PH, MM, SB, CF, KH,
MH, TF, VG radical times with
the girls in s-wagon . . . hotels 8: trax
...ML apt ... stage-w-EB ... "I
want to go home" "I'm lost" . ..
cops, tickets . . .Rocky Hor Crash . . .
Homecoming w!MH, Prom w!TF
"So glad I met my fox Viney
Gallo" "Making up is fun"
loves God, family, Mom and Dad . . .
luv ya Vinney . . . thanks Mom and
Dad for everything.
DIANA IEAN SOUZA
"Di" . . . not found at school . . . will
always remember Tree, Tom, Paul,
and Theresa . . . old times with Deb-
bie, Iack and the Wop Gang . . . AB,
GL, EG, MC, VP, IC, AC, IC, NC, and
IS ,.. Science Gang . .. Mrs. Doyle,
Mr. A and Ms. Rosa . . . early morn-
ings in Fran's car frustrated by
KS's mouth ... Thanks Mom and
Dad. . . "Mais tarde."
MARK G. SPERRAZZO
Always tardy . . . hangs around Iohn
Watson, Bill Zepf, Bill Myles and Ioe
Proal . . . on 31 intramurals volley-
ball team . . . friends: IBW, BZ, BM,
TM, RS, DL, DO, TH, PF, PE, IP and
others . .. to all, good luck now
on to USD. . .Thanks Mom and Dad
. . . Class of '81 rules . .. Smile, it
makes people wonder what you've
been up to . . . So long, Uni!
KATHY A. STAFFORD
"Kinky" . . . badminton and my bud
. . . was found at 5122 Bellvale, sniff
... II, LF, MB, DR, DR, SL, and MW
. .. AB, Mrs. Prather and Mrs. K . . .
midnite at Iojo's B-52's and uno
parties ... w-ing it with Doug ... a
toast to my friends, you are my sun-
shine.. .thanx Mom and Dad, I owe
it all to you Rock Lobsters for-
"Space Cadet" ... "Norman" ...
found with Beth, Debbie and my
shadow . . . frustrated with Bob, 3
classes in a row will remember
all my teachers, friends . . . Prom '80
w!AS . . . Homecoming '80 with PM
cruising w!Beth RM loves
God, family memories of good
times . . . "lust the way you are" . . .
Be serious . . .Thanks Mom and Dad
I love you!
MARION SPOSATO '
"Roger" found with Pete 8:
Smitty. . . good friends: SC, TP, MS,
RB, TS, 8: TS good times, like
going to "The Kids are Alright" with
ultimate Who fans! likes gettin'
rad 81 going to killer parties . . . sum-
mer beachhouse Low, Uite, and
the Who frustrated by waiting
for . . . love my bro, G 81 S surfers 3,
the beach . . .Thanks Mom 81 Dad.
"Lis, MBW" found at the Wall
will always remember Kars,
Chris, Paul, FG, IT, MC, VP, TO,
TM, Pj, Mme. C, Mr. G, Mrs. G, Mr.
parties at the Island and boat
playing soccer . .. frustrated by too
much omework and friends talking
gook . . . to be a designer and go to
Italy loves God, family, friends
thanks Mom 8: Dad "Excel-
RIEROME I. STEHLY
The anch, Apt . . . Blitz Broz, Iames
Kriche, Matt, Ieanine, Holly, CK, SD,
KB, MOE . . . Oklahoma . . . surf nkd
founders of Midget Mudwres-
tling . . . polo, swimming . . . the cop
raid of '80 . . . Deadman's Curve . . .
Annie. . . 16 in Rabbit . . . Mr. Lichy,
Mrs. Gorsich . . . despises socies . . .
people try to put us down just
because we get around" . . .My Gen-
IULIE ANN STABILE
"Iewls" LH, PH, KT, SW, the
girls . .. junior year Q MB wfjuwie
... the boys r ... "The Boat" ...
PUY, PSD, memories . . . Babe 9-14-
79 11-9-79! Styx TLA
good times w!Helen . . . summer '79
8 '80 . . . skating . . . Rod Stewart . ..
frustrated wfthe boys . .. love yo
Mom 8: Dad 8: family ... the beach
God, warm nights and sunsets . . .
by 4 lil' truck . . . But to me love ca
be expressed in just one word
NAB" Paula, Cheryl, Vicki and
is MB, RB II GR, TW, Elk-
art . . . Butterfield . . . Lamps 34 . . .
ie three must haves frustrated
y sticks and diets . . . Red Keds . . .
J-31-80 . . . Purdue . . . surprise par-
es "Weren't you ever 16?"
uve to Mom, Dad, M, E, C and I . ..
isces - Virgo rising Germany
. cliff climbing and watermelons
. best wishes and thanks to all,
specially Brian for his love.
The Twin" . . . "Gu"era" . . . found
l the Wall . .. will remember EP,
B, TZ, KB, AC, IS, DH, IA . . . spe-
ial times wfbest bud Tat 6 am
,. El Torito Mexicali, "papuc-
os", Hi San Felipe sunsets
.. Mexico 12!80 art, Ms. Rosa
' frustrated by French 8: other half
loves God, family 81 special
"chiquillo" Thanks for
Mom, Dad 8: Sis I
"Stibes" . . . surfing . . . I-low does it
go? frustrated by school, rain
and shortboards . . .go to the islands
. . .love to Mom, Dad and family.
"Vicki" love and thanks to MB,
CH, PS, MBS, IS and CC! BB Burson
music - piano Benatar . ..
Heart . . . Lamps W4 . . . school plays
me and my van Sr. yr.
loves Mom, Dad, all my sisters and
GENA M. TAITANO
"Sybil" Shark 4113 DT's
"Blondie" Talent Show '79
the Hardcores . . . !'You're bailin" . ..
I love it when you're dom Cze-
choslavakian brothers . . . Oh, Igotta
joke! Christmas '79 Thanks
for making my high school years so
meaningful KS, PN, VS, LR, KK . . .
"Remember, Uni, perfection does
not exist" . . . always w!Vic.
ARTHUR W. STEPHENS
"Art" found everywhere I'm
NOT supposed to be It's
SALMON! ... will remember
friends, Europe '79 . . . great times w
XRM and friends . . . Prom 80 WXMS
Deutsch mit H. Steves Fran-
cais avec Mme. Chaillou D 8: D
... music ... SM ... loves close
friends, Mom and Dad, God, RR's
street machines frustrated by
istupidity tminej Oh no! Too
"The Twin", "Prieta" . . . Stairs 8:
walk .. . Mexicali, San Felipe, El
Torito . . . m. pies. . . special times w
XMG, Kathy, Iuls, Cory, Tat and
Tom, Ed, Iohn Oklahoma
Band Prez, swim team . . .TF, ECON
"BB" international relations . ..
frustrated by French, my other half,
"papuchos" "C'est la vie"
mmmYummy! . . . loves God, family,
friends 8: traveling . . . Thanks Mom,
Dad, Nana, Sis for everything, I love
Seniors I 23
Not even, hating life . . . ES, TW, CF,
BU, MM, KK, MG, MU, SB ...music
director, ASB, drafting . . . Thanks
Mom 8: Dad.
"Sue" . . . found everywhere! . . . Mr.
Ramos, Mr. 8: Mrs. Gorsich Ir.
year w!E 8: R whiplash '80
good times with my friends at Ski!
Chris, Holly, Donna, CM, CR,
MB, AS, RR, DG, LR, BH, PR, LM,
IF, FM, DR . . . Charity Bowl '80 . . .
loves friends, family, the beach, Led
Zep, Cheap Trick and rainy days . . .
catch ya on the flip side . . . Thanks
Mom 81 Dad.
Found w!Theresa, Iulie, Eva, Cherie
will always remember AS, PN,
RB, TR, PM, AS Ski Beach
Dances . .. Parties modeling w!
Lisa H . . . 6!9!80 . . . HA! . . . straight
ahead. . . Renaissance Fair. . .youth
group... Hotel . . . New York... '79
. . . my best buddy Lisa Rod . . . frus-
trated by parents and guys
Thanks Trisha and Bill M . . . Loves
family, friends, God.
Thank God for my friends Ryan, Bil
- the Unfortunates, KM, MS, MF
KA, Ds, cw, SB, DL my banji
and bluegrass, pure and as old as tln
hills . . . wrestlin '79, '80 and Coac'
Napier prospecting, breathin
fresh air, Norco and late night ja
Kevin 8: Monty Thank yo
Mom, Dad and Mr. Steves for a
your help these past years.
"Landscaper" found sometimm
will remember my Eiggur
friends. . . 1!29!80. . .2!28!80.. .4
18!80! .. . especially Angela, Br:
and Co., pokr games and slow dri'
ers Tennis Team, Bowling ..
loves family and Landyette "t
dekop" Thanks Mom and D3
. . . hey folks six down, one to go!
'he "V" found on the lawn
ojo, Elaine, Lisa, Mrs. Smith, Fr.
.aRiv ...will remember Spirit
Neek, the 2:00 bell on Friday
Track, Racquetball, go into the sem-
nary . .. frustrated with rush hours
it work loves beach, friends,
fosemite, Iojo's company, hanging
nut at the machines Thanks
viom and Dad, love you . . . H0w's it
going? . . . So long Uni.
Jniversity Wrestling, Tennis... the
Deli VW Bus likes ruthless
lisk games, Rocky Road ice cream
ind Mt. Palomar. . . Super Chargers
games with Bill and David . . . Kevin,
David and Sies' party ... Fighting
irish Bob Seger 8: Silver Bullet
Band .. . juggling Kevin, David,
vionty the big three . . . Take it Easy
.. Thank you Chuck and Ierri
iMom and Dadi.
"Renwa", "Punk", "Weirdo",
"Rogie". . .Hey you! . . . by locker or
IAM's office etc .,. Naymay . .. AS
... M ... L . .. I'll remember home-
work and tests... punk concerts . ..
punk boys ... STING! ... to own
NYC ... to be rich 8: famous ...
loves family, cats, Quadrophenia . . .
frustrated by soul and discoites
"Bullshrimp" ... "Cockyjordan" ...
etc. . .thanks Mum 'n Woops, I love
SUSAN L. WEISMANN
"The Wise Woman," "Swoo",
"Suze" 8: others found wander-
ing around frustrated by punk
rockers, Tom's car, French will
remember crazy times at "The
Bench" and on the bus loves to
make people laugh "What?",
"Heah?" ... Rush, Zeppelin, ACDC,
Scorpions, UFO, etc . .. HR 81 R will
never die" loves God, parents,
special friends thanks
patience 8: have faith.
"Sif" . . . hangin' at the tree with the
tree gang ... Slab, Mophead,
Scrooze, Stud, Sticks, Chesthairs . . .
bailing w!SL, CC 8: BW . . . the Sifa-
truck NFC NSG SOMF
Team... Ski 81 OB jetty . . . Ir. year
on the fencing team Sr. year on
the SOMF team . . . summer of '80 w
!Tami-TA oh well, so much for
CURT DAVID WATERS
Fr. Costello, Coach Serrano, Mr.
Galindo, 8: Ms. Rosa give 10021,
get IOOVJ - it worked for me . .. if
you like it, do it, just don't step on
anyone is into racecars, crop
dusters 8: deep meditation "Of
course it's my fault" UHS Air-
borne will beat Mr. Marcus!
come sail away with me life is
easy if you play to win to Dad,
Mom 81 Grandma. what can I say?
LOHN BARRY WATSON
"I "HI", "john Watson the
Fourth," A'The Controversy" . . .ASB
Treas . . . Iesters, CC, Track
friends, OZCFSP 81 pals, those studs
...Must Break 5 . . . I'm no Zepf, I'm
a Watson! . . . will remember the fac-
ulty, crew, administrators ...
Future?: I'll set my sights high and
then I'll begin to conquer! . . . always
fighting . . . Thanks friends, Mom 8:
Dad, Elders l'll remember you,
"Silly Bunny" loves Fr. Tassi,
Mrs. Kass, Susan, Iean, TC, Steve . ..
marry Steve and go to State . . . hate
wigging . . . love growing up, even if
it was the hard way . . . OH ... will
always remember Thanksgiving
Mass ... would like to forget the
food ... Thanks, Mom, Dad, David,
DD and Steve "Oh" "Blues"
..."Shine it off."
Seniors I 25
"Pary", "Mat", "Mary Pat" dur-
ing Senior year wfpleasure, W!
fun having fun with friends
softball, Miss M is a cmp . . . dreams,
doc, MP ... MRSTW ... and
remembering everything . . . Expres-
sions Prom '80 Four Sones
Rolling . .. frustrated by family . ..
"Remember the hostages" loves
partying partiers . . .Thanks Cod for
a mom like her. . . Lori, Denise.
WILLIAM IOHN ZEPF
"Mr. Bill" ... found in the El Cid
office, pigging out at the machines,
beating Mike at backgammon on the
Stairs CC, Track, El Cid editor,
Iesters, ASB . . . frustrated by midget
desks, my last name misspelled, El
Cid deadlines, too little time . . . will
always remember my friends and all
the good times "No, I'm not a
Watson" . . .Thanks Mom and Dad.
ASB office, stairs playing jacks w!
Rod ... will remember DR, CC,
Gordy, LW, CR, LR, MBM, IM, Fr.
Dan, MBS, 8: Herr Steves, Mr. C ...
Arby-Q Mt. Dew, KA Zoo
Doobie Bros!Fri. Nite . . . Search . . .
go to USD? . . . frustrated by Roddie
stealing my lines, indecisive girls,
progress reports . . . loves Cod, fam-
ily, Uni, Cherie A 8: F maintain
casual fitness . . .Thanks Perry.
RODERICK A. WILSKE
"Rod," "Roddie" ... found on
crutches or talking wfa girl, or both
. . . will remember the pear in Psych,
Mary, my Live-in, jacks on the Stairs
w!Tony . . . playing the violin a!HC
wfPam . . . Cobblers, DIPS . . , Prom
'80 , . . Zips . .. frustrated by annual
surgeries, my Stang. Tony stealing
my lines , . . also CR, MP, LR, PM, IC
love to Peg Mom, Iudy K
"Moody" ... found with friends . ..
never in class . . . SkiBeach ... Blitz
Bros . . . the Teain .. . Tower... VV
...Van Halen '80 . . . do you remem-
ber? ... RF, IC, MC . .. summer '80
basketball 314 Coach Peck,
Coach McCormick . . . Ms. D . . , will
remember friends RF, IC, MC. . . DP
...and all the rest of my friends . ..
"It sounds crazy enough so lets do
it" Thanks Mom 81 Dad and my
family . . . W.
LAURA KRISTI WILHOIT i
"Laurie" ... found on stairs . .. will
remember good times with good
friends LL, CR, RP, C, MP, RW
TW, VP . .. Ski . . . dances . . . Pro
'80 . .. Magic Mountain '78 ... frus-
trated by saying dumb things all thd
time loves family thank you
Mom and Dad, I love you both ver3
much "Love ya babe" "cute
stuff" "awoo bebe" "Hey
Bucco" . . , Bye Uni!
"Zank", "Ruford" football 337K
Coach Ramos IR hands up
Mr. Peck Charity Bowls IK
MP, KS, MK, DH, TC, BH, Kim .,
"lt's a fyr hazud" frustrated by
MP, some day, MP.. . loves Califor-.
nia girls, football and pizza Bil
Holman for Prez Ski Beach ..
"69 Corvettes" . . .Thanks Mom anc
Dad college, med school, Dr.
Zenker "Don't let the Hooglets
catch you" . . . I will succeed.
K X :',ki
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lies hidden away,
The Big Tent of Life
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on the cold earth
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in subdued battle,
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Whether sunny, windy, rainy, or snowing,
Friendships and goals are what keep me going.
The magic words spoken before Grandfathefs depart,
Have long been cherished in the depth of my heart.
Whatever I attempt, He 'll be by my side,
And if I should fail. I-Ie'll see that I tried.
When I cease to move higher beyond many tries.
And hot, salty tears spill forth from my eyes,
I wipe them away and continue on,
Building my confidence to the peak of its strong.
jane Pfla um
You never said, "I love you."
I never said, "I care. "
Long forgotten are the moments
and the memories we shared.
You never brought me flowers.
But then, I never asked.
Now try will I to bury pain
and heartache in the past.
Next time you'll say, "I love you "
And I'll let him know I care.
And precious will be the moments
and the memories we share.
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People have many questions:
Life has many answers.
If we don 't inquire of the questions,
Well never find the answers.
In the winter ofour eyes
the memories made sweet
How like silk th e springtim e
becomes the texture of our mind.
We fear the somber sadlizess
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The suicide ofsummers
long past our prime.
The autumn brings a fallen leaf
drained of love.
In the winter ofour eyes
the life, the days worth living
Kathryn Sch orr
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This quiet summer morning is deceptively
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Dark-haired Tommy pushes his small, green
bicycle up to the two blackwbrown doors of his
family's apartment. He seems unconcerned
and innocent. Behind him his older sister,
Beth, pedals her red toy tractor. The timid
look on her face hides the terror in her heart.
From a window above the children, their
mother cautiously contemplates thoughts of
her own. Old, balding Grandpa, wearing a
faded blue workman's apron, peers out of his
Only yesterday this was an ordinary family.
Last night Tommy and Beth were happily run-
ning downstairs to greet their tired father.
Suddenly, they saw three sinister figures con-
front him. The men, all wearing dark, double
breasted business suits, violently attacked Mr.
Link. In the horrifying confusion, the children
heard one of the gangsters tell their dad that it
was stupid of him to try to expose their
employer. They intended to make sure he
wouldn 't ever be a threat to them again. One
of the belligerent men revealed a gleaming
razor-sharp knife and plunged it mercilessly
into the victimis heart! Mr. Link's lifeless body
fell into the shadows.
At this agonizing moment, the children 's
terrified screams had filled the neighborhood.
The men pursued the children, but they made
it safely inside and up to their mother.
Grandpa furtively looked out the door and
saw the assailants driving away in a big, black
The Links were hysterical when Grandpa
called the police. The police came and listened
to the story: by midnight, terror was replaced
Today the stunned family still cannot react.
They are waiting for the police to make some
sense out of what happened. The children
have left the sidewalk and gone to their rooms.
A police detective and a representative from
the justice Department arrive to explain what
is going on to Mrs, Link and her father. The
detective says, "Your husband worked for a
company that designs nuclear weapons for the
government. He discovered that his boss was
selling secrets to the Communists. He had con-
tacted us and the Iustice Department previ-
ously, and we arranged for him to testify next
week. That was the reason for his death."
The detective continues, "Since your chil-
dren saw the murder, these hit men could try
to harm them at any time. l think it would be
best if we put them in protective custody right
Mrs. Link agrees, "l'll go get them, "
As she climbs the stairs, she hears the dog
whining. She enters the childrens room only
to find it empty. She calls out, "Tommy! Beth!"
There is no response. She runs to the window.
and through the lime green leaves she sees a
big, black cadillac screeching away.
Perspective 1 29
The horse could be heard snorting and paw-
ing behind the stall door. The tawny Palomino
had been carrying on all night, and the weak
morning sun filtering in through the tiny win-
dow in the barn seemed to give him new
A group of men gathered outside the stall. It
had taken the eleven of them three months to
catch this golden marauder. The colt had been
tearing down or jumping fences and getting
into grain bins all over the county.
The men stood discussing the situation.
Only a few had any definite ideas about what
to do, and they couldn 't get the others to agree
on any one suggestion. Stumped for the
moment, the group wandered back up to the
Kim glanced around the room once more
and shuddered. The door was barred, as was
the small window beside it. "Theres just no
way out, " she thought wearily. The stuffy
room with its low ceiling seemed to be closing
in on her.
She knew she never should have come to
this town. She had known it the moment she
looked down the tiny main street. Sure, the
people had been polite enough, but she had
sensed their distrust right from the start.
Somehow, she hadn 't trusted them, either. She
had not known how quickly disaster could
Her heart lurched as the bars on the door
slid aside, then quieted somewhat when a
small negro boy was shoved inside. The door
banged shut and the child almost dropped the
food he was carrying for her.
Considerably relieved to find that the guard
hadn 't come, Kim watched the boy Toby
approach her. She didn't say anything, just
smiled encouragingly. In her brief stay in the
town, she had discovered that Toby was a
deaf mute, and little more than a slave. In this
small town, blacks were looked down upon,
and Toby especially because he was an
orphan with no way of defending himself He
took courage from her warm smile and step-
ped toward her.
lt was chaos at the big house. People stood
staring at the gaping hole in the side of the
barn. The horse had actually kicked out the
Soon the baying of many hounds filled the
air. The ranch dogs in the area had been set
out to trail the pony. Over the noise of all the
others, a deep bay could be heard. A magnifi-
cent collie led the pack. The wind whipped
through his thick coat as he raced off the oth-
ers following. Five and a half miles ahead of
this excited pack, the Palomino paced on, his
flanks glistening in the hot sun.
T 30 Perspective
Kim looked at the mess she was supposed to
eat. She just had to get out of here! Once more
she glanced around the dirty room, and this
time she saw something she hadn 't noticed
before. If she looked from the right angle, the
frame holding the bars on the window looked
loose. She ran over and rattled it -- it was
loose! Glad' that the guard had given in to her
pleas to open the window, she looked around
the room for some kind of lever. She picked
up the blunt knife Toby had put down and
though the blade bent, she got the frame loose
enough to knock out. Kim glanced hack and
motioned for Toby to come. Through signs,
she told him of her simple plan to crawl
through the window and sneak around to the
woods behind the jail, She helped Toby out
first, then followed. Together, they ran silently
into the trees.
Three days had passed since the hunt first
started. The other dogs had long since given
up, but still the Collie followed the horse. Nei-
ther had stopped once, the pony just dragging
along fast enough to keep a little ahead of the
dogg the dog just going fast enough to keep up
with the pony. As the next day approached,
the two had almost reached a compromise: the
pony ignored the Collie: they both were too
exhausted to do anything but stumble on.
Soon the colt stopped and cropped the lush
grass, oblivious to anything but his ravenous
hunger, The dog, grateful for the rest, flopped
out on the ground, his sides heaving. A little
later, the dog stretched and sniffedg he caught
and ate a few mice which gave him some
strength. Then the pony was off again, this
time with a definite destination: a cool, clear
stream high in the nearby mountains. The Col-
lie now trotted right at the colt's side, the
horse completely disregarding its adopted
Kim again stopped and helped Toby to his
feet. He was really losing the battle: it was
their third day on the run and it had been
nerve-racking, just staying ahead of the mob
from the town, Neither had had much to eat -
Kim had only run in and out of a small, iso-
lated market and they had eaten hurriedly.
Soon they would be out of this state and into
California. When they were there, her brother
would help them - she had called him from a
public telephone yesterday.
She grabbed Toby and dragged him into the
bushes: she had just seen a car's headlights
coming toward them. She did a double take: it
was her brothers car! The car pulled up, her
brother got out: she and Toby were safe,
The blue-gray sky smiles peacefully down
at the scene below. A happy, tinkling stream
winds unhurriedly around and under an old
stone bridge. Wet, mossy stones are scattered
heedlessly at the edge of the sparkling water.
The crackly leaves on knotty branches whis-
per excitedly in the slight breeze. Golden sun-
light filters down upon the equally golden
Palomino. The now gentle pony drinks uncon-
cernedly as the handsome, attentive Collie
gazes into the distance, his reflection elusive
in the water lapping at his feet. Furtive shad-
ows creep along the ground as time passes,
distorted images of the sprawling black trees.
The alert, sensitive ears of the horse flick
instinctively and the pony canters ofh with the
Collie trotting faithfully behind.
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Perspective 'I 31
lBurned the Courthouse, Me
lf we only looked for the reason behind the words,
The motivation behind the blow,
We 'd understand social unrest.
But instead we choose only to read the slogans,
Condemn the violence,
And jail the revolutionaries.
We never stop to question, "Why?"
Why are the students militant?
Why do our 'tminoritiesnburn and pillage?
Where do the stems and roots ofsocial unrest lie?
We can 't appease them with soothing word band-aids.
We won 't solve the problem with welfare.
I t can only start with respect.
Respect for the life ofthe child in it's motheris womb.
Respect for the inquisi ti veness ofa school-child.
Respect for the changes in a teenager.
Respect for the life and needs of all those around us.
Without respect a person cannot work,
Cannot love himself and therefore cannot love others.
The roots and stems of social unrest lie in our lack of respect.
He sat there, oblivious to my keen scrutiny, enjoying a sec
rity his life did not usually give him. l, on the other hand, w
uncomfortably perched high in the foliage, Hnally coming
the end of my search, These last few weeks had proved dit
cult. Pursuing a marked criminal and the head of the Sicili.
Syndicate is not a job for just anyone.
Up until now, he had stayed aloof from all forms of the la
He had always managed to skip the country just in time
avoid indictments. He was especially difficult to locate Atl
time, due to his New Zealand mountain retreat, to which
I 32 Perspective
lt was here that h
c could forget the outside world. It was a
radise all his own with no worries to bothe h'
r im. The setting
is colorful and plush. He .smoked a ci arette with enjoyment.
e blue robe he wore scraped the tlsick, green grass as he
anged to another position. He sank deep into the large. color-
'cushions which supported him. This was truly a well hid-
n estate which took me long days to find. Now that Ihad
md my fugitive, his time was up.
The moment which lhad been waiting for was at hand. lt
is time to acl. Reaching for my gun, I ruffled the leaves, and
doing so, captured his attention. From the recesses of the
rden, a gunshot sounded. The bullet was swift. It was a
'ect hit in my chest. l fell from the heights and in seconds
is staring up at a dozen armed men clad in dark suits. One
ire shot ended it instantly for me. I was removed and the
an resumed their hidden positions To th'
I . is man, so peace-
lly lounging, I was nothing more than a small disruption in
Q quiet splendor.
IN THE BEGINNING
x'I'he world had been green for a long time
and no evil had yet touched its serenity. The
grass grew abundantly, green and lush. Beau-
tiful wildtlowers bloomed and added color to
the shade of the trees.
More noticeable were the animals: they
stood together in pairs, still, tranquil, yet alert.
as though they were threatened but could or
would do nothin . There was a pair of zebras,
bold stripes of black and white seeming to
stand out in warning, two giraffes, yellow and
brown spots blending quietly with the
branches and fern leaves. Near the feet of the
zebras were a lion and lioness, King and
Queen of the jungle, looking as though their
reign was coming to an end, and all the could
do was retreat silently. A pair of Halllowebn
tigers stared from the grass, ready for flight.
and the elephants, gentle giants of the plain,
stood behind th em.
All this was taken in by her e e but
. y was not
noticed, It was the apple tree, tall and slender
its lon bra h
g nc es spread protectively, which
held her eye. It seemed to draw her toward
itself in a whirlpool of temptation, the axis of
all that existed and all that was to exist,
Slowly, her delicate hand reached for the per-
fect red apple among the branch . A '
es s it met
her hand, a small wave of repulsion, and yet
d cgon, ran through her body. She with
rew er hand quickly, but the apple was still
Staring down at the small fruit, she felt a
great longing to have just one small bite. noth-
ing harmful. The sweet juice of the apple ran
deliciously down her throat, drowning her,
making her want to Cough. Looking up she
realized she was alone. The birds and animals
had disappeared as though they had never
The apple's taste had gone dry and sour,
and in the silence of the world the only sound
in the jungle was a womans piteous weeping,
drowning out the soft hiss of a small snake
passing in the grass.
It's Never Quite the Same
Would it ever come to an end? They had
been traveling along the dirt path for hours.
She wondered how long it had been since
someone had come this way. A couple of
hours?A couple of days? Or perhaps years?In
any case, they were still in the middle of
nowhere traveling to an unknown destination.
She looked at her reflection in the car win-
dow. She was young and pretty with blonde
hair and green eyes, very attractive. She was
getting close to thirty, but still retained her
She looked over at him. His brown hair,
deep, piercing eyes and rugged features gave
him an enigmatic appearance. Two years ago,
she had found him wandering aimlessly on a
desolate road, and had offered him a ride. She
had felt a certain attraction to him right away.
She had dropped him off at a house two
blocks from hers. Living in such a small town,
she wondered why they had never met. 'She
made a mental note to walk that way more
often. She saw him during the next couple of
weeks and eventually, though she couldn 't
remember how, they had become close
friends. Close, she chuckled to herself They
had been sharing an apartment for over six
months and were starting to talk marriage. Ur
at least she was: he was the proverbial free
soul, hard to pin down. They had to talk about
it when they got back from this trip.
The tires rolling over a rock in the road
jolted her from her thoughts. Where were
they? No way of telling, but the area looked
pretty undisturbed: the grass was nearly six
feet tall. She wished he would tell her where
they were going.
She probably thinks I En out of my mind he
thought. It seemed like an endless journey to
him, also. But he just had to find our for cer-
tain if. . . Don 't think about it, he told himself
This silence is deafening, he thought, l'll turn
on the radio. Thats no good, just static. Must
be too far from town. They rounded the next
bend and he could see the ridge. They were
going toward a house at the foot ofthe moun-
She couldnt stand it anymore. "Where are
we going, and why?"she asked.
He knew her curiosity was killing her. "Its a
long story, " he answered.
"Well, I 've got time. "
"0kay," he replied, "you ll find out sooner
or later, anyway. We 're going to a house just
up ahead. lgot the directions from my
mother. " V
"Who lives there?, "she asked.
"Hopefully, my father. You see, he left
when I was ten. just ran out on mom and me.
Mother said she always knew where he was,
but she never cared to retrieve him. She
couldn't have made him come back, anyway.
He was always a free spiritg I guess I inherited
that from him. I just had to come out here
once to rind out exactly why he left. "
He'd never told her that, she mused, but
then again she had never asked. Maybe this
trip would serve to free some of the memories
from his mind. Maybe they could get married.
Her spirits brightened.
They both retired again to their own
thoughts as the car bumped along the road.
They rounded the Hnal corner and suddenly
they were there. It was a little log cabin with a
chimney pouring smoke into the sky, l t looked
like a picture postcard. The house was nestled
in a deep, wide valley. A winding river flowed
by the house. All of this was set against a
backdrop ofsnow-capped mountains.
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Everything glittered at that party: the cham-
pagne, the guests, my mother. Especially my
mother. I couldn't remember seeing her so
beautiful, or so happy. I didn 't know what the
party was for, but since I was only six, I was
thrilled that I was even allowed to stay up for
it. 'This should be a celebration for gon, too,"
Mama had told me. I was in my est frilly
dress and got to carry a platter of hors d 'oeu-
vres and serve them to the guests.
I found Bob around nine o'clock. I wanted
to ask him my question because he was my
favorite of "Mommy's ood friends." I liked
him because he looked like me and whenever
we went anywhere, people thought he was my
daddy. But now he was with a tall, thin girl he
called Patricia. II had seen her before when
mommy took me to a movie. Bob and she were
coming out of the other movie, some gushy,
romantic thi . Mom really liked the movie
we saw. She hies movies that make her cry.j
I didn 't want Patricia to hear my question,
but I couldn't get her away from Bob. He
smiled down at me, waiting, so I asked, "Why
is Mommy so happy? MH18f'S this party for
"Well, honey," he grinned, "Your momis
happy because she's free now. She and your
real daddy aren 't married anymore. "
"Why does that make her happy? Wasn't
my daddy nice?"
Bob's mouth turned up at the corners as he
answered, "Oh, your daddy was very loving!
He loved almost everybody he met. "
Patricia giggled and scolded, "Now, Bob,
remember you Te talking about her father. "
With a concerned look on
his face, Bob turned back to
me and said, "I'm sorry,
honey. I shouldn 't be making
you think bad things about
your father, even if you don 't
Patricia pulled him away
from me then. I stood by
myself in the middle of that
party wondering why my
daddy's love was a bad thing.
K HRV Ma uro
We have been here for as
long as l can remember, liv-
ing in the corner room of a
house owned by a family of
three. We have celebrated in
good, happy times and
mourned in difficult, sad
times. Today the house is
quiet as we wait for them to
return from the cemetery.
I was especially close to
jennifer. She came to see me
often and sometimes even
told me what she hoped the
future would hold for her.
Marriage? A family? A
As soon as she was settled
she could have me. You see, I
am fine and delicately
designed china that was
promised to her by her grand-
Even as a child, jennifer
had admired me through the
giass doors of the china cabi-
net. When she was eight, she
had a birthday party and
invited her friends. I was not
used though, for her mother
feared that I would break.
She bragged that one day she
would be old enough to use
the china and the good silver
as well. There are still
scratches on the darkly
stained table serving as mem-
ories of that birthday party.
The time did come for a big
celebration. It was her high
school graduation party. I
was brought out and placed
on the table which had been
enlarged to seat the guests. It
was the most festive evening
the furniture and I had seen
since she was brought home
as a baby.
lt's hard to believe that
shes gone. l have seen her
pass t rough this chamber in
all the stages of her life. Now,
I am on the table set for two. I
think I overheard the Missus
say that she thought it would
be nice to have dinner Where
they would be surrounded by
C arolyn La Porta
A farmer large and strong and bold
Braves the heat and then the cold.
He whose work is never done,
Still finds time to love his son.
He who fears a killer drought,
Has time to help a child out
On a wild far-fetched dream
ls gentle and so kind to deem
It as important as his work
Which he, ofcourse, can never shirk.
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Perspective I 35
the abandoned soul
in your possession
to do with as you pleased.
Tossed away carelessly
by an unio ving heart,
was to be shadowed by Doubt.
that my character was razed
from the grief
imprinted on my being.
lt was then conceived
that my life 's future
was to be determined
only by you.
You kept me
instead of sending
You placed within me
a new embryo of trust
the debris of loneliness
borne unto me.
For so long,
my soul yearned for
to me before.
I treasure our Relationship
God has committed with
It will get stronger with,
wither from, time.
the memories of good
nightmares of the bad
will linger on inside of me.
Beca use of
and infantile mind
I am compelled
to repute them and cherish them,
will never subside.
But with your help,
they can be
What love remains
within me still,
l ha ve
reserved for you.
ga ve me
the courage and sanguine
I thought were defeated
in subdued battle.
for accepting me
Your Shadow, My Brother.
He was found by his parents to be
One who was normal and loved to be free.
He liked being active and was always on the run,
Looking for new ways to have some fun.
When he wanted his way, he was a persister,
And he enjoyed arguing with his older sister.
As a small child, he acted like a devil,
But he always kept his grades at a high level.
Throughout the years of his normal childhood,
He obtained friends, as many as he could.
He loved to be outdoors and was rarely home:
Throughout his neighborhood he would roam.
The school thought his grades were adequate enough
So they let him go to high school where easy changes to rough.
Elementary and junior high school had been easy for him
But when he entered high school, things started to look grim.
Upperclassmen look on freshmen as though they're immature,
So when he started high school, he felt insecure.
By the end of the school year his fear was goneg
He was no longera freshman, it was time to move on.
His life was as normal as it could be,
But he wasn't perfect, as you can see.
At the top of the moun tain, one must look down to see,
The crisp, white snow among the green trees.
The flowers ha ve all been hidden by the golden, soft snow
A tingling thought is brought to mind ofa Ere 's glow,
The impossible lies ahead.
The twists and turns every one of us would dread,
The moguls and close placement of trees
Bring a thought of bruised arms and knees.
As tough and difhcult as the mountain may seem,
To arrive safely at the bottom is the skiers dream.
Like a classic book, my cover doesn 't shine.
The story on my pages though, is uniquely mine.
Read me through and learn my characters and plotg
You 'll know all that I want you to and some that I do not.
And wh en we've been together time enough to tell,
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Will the Real Audra Murphy Please Stand
She woke and glided neatly into her daily
outine. That, at least, was normal. She made
er bed, showered, and got dressed in that
rder, as usual. She serenely ate her breakfast
flukewarm oatmeal, then departed to catch
er bus for Wellsley College at eight sharp.
Her name was Audra Murphy, a tall, pretty
londe who was very intelligent - and knew
F, She liked things orderlyg she liked to have
verything in its place - including people.
?he rarely dated, though not through lack of
allers. She could have been popular and well
deed had she not held herselfso aloof
She arrived at the bus stop, punctual of
ourse. The bus arrived late, of course. She
'oarded the bus and returned the driver's
heerful smile with a cold, calculated stretch-
Eg of the lips. She placed her fifty cents in the
eter and sat down in the only available seat,
cross from an unshaven and disheveled man
.vho reeked of alcohol and next to a child of
perhaps six or seven.
The bus started with a jerk. They rolled out
into the open highway, out into the morning
narl of cars, trucks, motorcycles and still
Audra was absorbed in trying to decide
vhich lab to do in chemistry when she real-
zed that everyone in the bus was silent except
or one man who was speaking in a loud,
'ough manner. She glanced up and froze in
xorror. There in the front of the bus stood that
:nan - that bum who had been sitting across
rom her only a moment ago. And there in his
rand, no it couldn 't bel, was a gun. His words
:rated against Audra 's ears.
"Anybody does anything stupid and the
river's brain gets plastered all over the whole
amn highway-got it?!"
Audra trembled visibly. The child in the
:eat next to her began to whimper. This tiny
sound somehow struck a chord within that
Jart ofAudra which had long been silent. She
:lowly took the child in her arms and held her.
This, perhaps, was the first loving gesture she
ad performed since Karen But no, this
as not the time to be puzzling over feelings
That man, that crazy hijacker, was telling
'he driver something. The words chilled
udra to the bone for they were just like
omething from an old movie, the kind you
atch at 11:30 on windy nights. "You just get
e to the airport as fast as this heap will go -
o move it, damn it!"
If Audra was scared before, she was terri-
fied now. For here he was, sauntering down
the isle, swaying with the motion ofthe bus.
'He stopped directly in front ofthem.
"Gimme the kid," he growled. The child
Etiffened in Audra 's arms. Audra drew in a
harp breath -- her mind was reeling.
"No," her only thought was that the little
Eirl looked just like Karen, her younger sister
ho had been killed in an auto accident two
years ago. "Leave her alone: take me instead. "
A little corner of her mind said "FooI!", but it
was silenced by a wave of emotion followed
by a monsoon of fear.
The man reflected a moment, suspicion evi'
dent in his dark eyes. All in a moment his arm
grasped Audra 's in a biting grip and yanked
her out of the seat. "Come on. get up here --
and you 'd better not try anything funny. "
Audra stumbled up the lurching aisle, con-
scious ofthe frightened eyes of the other pas-
sengers and the cold, hard presence ofthe gun
on her back,
All too soon the bus was at the airport and
Audra was forced to run through the airport
and board a plane. Her only thought was, "l've
saved Karen. I 've saved Karen, "
Six weeks later Brazilian police had cap-
tured the hijacker and upon his confession
they searched a hotel room. They found
Audra. She had saved Karen. Now she was
with Karen. '
I know you'll never believe me when l till
you this, but I 'll give it a try anyway. Yester-
day, while I was cruising through Harlem
Idon 'I ask me whyd, l was stopped by a gang of
blacks. At first, I thought it was a holdup. But.
as I stopped, some of them walked over to my
side of the car, one stayed in the front. and
three scampered onto my hood. I really didn 't
know what to think and I was speechless.
Then suddenly, they all began to dance and
sing. At first it seemed as though they were a
little on the high side of thingsg however.
except for their shaking their booties in the
vicinity of my car, they seemed normal. A
white man then walked up, tapped on my car
window. and I rolled it down. I expected to
see him pull out a gun and hear myself
scream, but he just asked me how I was doing.
To my astonishment. he told me that he was
the director of a movie, and that behind the
doors of the van in front of me was a movie
camera. l-le then waved his hand and the
doors opened to reveal the camera, I said yes
when he offered me S100 to drive up again.
Imagine me, a "movie star, " A
Perspective I 37
A C f H I "Please haven seat. "
ry or e p v ,
He let the report slip gently from his hands The-yboth sat down' She stared at mm anx'
and land softly on his desk. was 5 '
Sergeant Thomas Ba yor, Age 35
Height: 6 '1 " Weight: 220
Time of Death: Approximately 2:35 a.m.
November 25, 1980
Cause of Death: Repeated blows to the
neck and chest by a sharp abject.
He rubbed his damp brow with a quivering
palm as he tried to combat the rank fluid of
fear and despair that began to bubble in the
pit ofhis stomach.
She had been right! She had known!
Together, they could have saved him! But he
hadn 't believed. If only he had believed her.
His mind returned to the first moment that
he had met her. He had looked up and was
surprised to see a young woman standing
before his desk. He was struck immediately by
But it had been obvious that she was nerv-
ous and uncomfortable with the silence and
was afraid to speak first, so he did.
"I - I was told to see Sergeant Ryne, " she
had stammered, indicating the bold lettering
on the office door with her eyes.
"I'm Sergeant Ryne," he said, rising and
offering his hand. "How can Ihelp you?"
She had taken his hand, meeldy.
"l have some information for you on the
morning murders," she stated, hesitating on
the word "information," Ryne became
After 20 years on the police force, even the
most conscientious man no longer reacted to
the occurance of a murder. Ryne would never
say it was apathy, only a cold acceptance so as
to spare ones sanity. But when a madman
begins a killing spree and when his victims are
members of their own police force, the police-
men work twice as hard on overtime, combing
the streets, searching for any leads. Up until
now, they had none. He prayed she had'some-
thing to say.
I 38 Perspective
What is your name?" He asked.
"Sharon Kellis. "
"What can you tell me?"
"I saw Sergeant Manning being killed, "
Ryne was thrown off guard.
"Whatl You were there when it happened?"
"No, I wasn 't there. I was eating breakfast
two days ago, reading the paper when I saw a
-a vision. "
Ryne slumped in his chair. Another screw-
ball! How could she have gotten into this
office? The guys up front probably thought
this was a fine joke. lt wasn't funny and he
would let them know it.
"I can see you don 't believe it. but that isn't
important. What is important is that I have
seen the killer kill again! He will kill again at
2:35 in the morning at the Baxter Warehouse. "
"Miss Kellis, I -"
"Please listen to me! l'm not crazy!" She
stood up. "At least check up on me! You'll fino
out that Ihave never before claimed to be psy-
chic!! I never knew I was until he started thr
killings, lt's as if we are somehow linkeo
together and he tells me before he kills. I think
he wants me to know so I can stop him. Please
"I don't believe you Miss Kellis, because l
have heard that same story after every other
madman decides to go on a rampage. They
never turn out to be psychic. They just want
some kind of attention! I think your type is
Exasperated. she stomped to the door. "A
man is going to die. Don 't forget that you were
fore-warned!" With that she was gone.
Ryne had gone directly to the front desk ana
chewed them out. The men protested, saying
that they had never even seen the woman
come in, Of course they wouldn't admit it.
Ryne was surrounded with sick people!
His mind returned to the present when ht
saw the imageof her face through the translu-
cent glass of his office door. He stiffened, pre-
paring himself for the arrogant glare of hei
grey eyes as she would stand above him ana
state, "I told you so." But no matter bow arro-
gant she appeared, he would have to listen tc
her this time.
Sharon stepped in and tentatively shut the
door. She wasn't proud, she was scared. Hei
skin was pulled taut on her face from worry-
ing and her eyes were rimmed with red. She
slowly came to his desk.
"Did it happen ?" Her voice was barely audi-
le. Ryne softened. She really was frightened.
ke went to her and helped her to the chair.
"Don 't you know?"
"I couldn 't read the paper." She began to
Ly. He tried to comfort her, embarrased by
vinga woman cry in front of him.
"Who? When?"she asked between sobs.
"It happened when you said it would. I'm
rry I said what I did. This killer has put me
der a lot of stress. The last man that was
'lled was a friend of mine. He left a message
r me saying that he had a lead on the kill-
gs, but he didn 't say what it was. If I had
Fnly believed you, I could have stopped him!
lease forget the way I treated you before and
elp me. We have to stop whoever is doing
"How?" she asked, drying her eyes.
"Did you have another vision this morn-
'No, I told you, I was afraid to read the
Ryne scanned the room, trying to get an idea
E to what to do next. His eyes fell to the
port on Bayor. He reached for it.
"On the second page is a description of the
gene of the crime. It could help you to see
ur vision. But, I won't let you read it unless
ou're sure that you can handle the detils
bout his death."
"I can read it, but I'm not sure ifl will see
Eything about the killer or his next victims. I
ve no wa y of con trolling my visions. "
'Please try!" He handed her the report. She
'ipped the top sheet and began reading the
He stared at her face intently as she read,
earching for any change in her face. She
eared the end of the report with no change. It
tasn't going to work, he thought. What do we
He froze. She was staring at him. The mus-
les of her face were totally relaxed and her
es vacant. It reminded Ryne of a face from
ble dead. He was afraid. What was he sup-
osed to do?
She began to mumble to herself He strained
1 understand what she was saying.
'Y became afraid." She stared, blankly, lis-
ening to a voice that only she could hear.
Don 't make me, please." There was no emo-
on in her voice.
"Where are you?" Ryne asked.
"In a hall. It's dark and so quiet, oh so
lnietlu Her face became more animated. "I 'm
ightened. Let 's go back! "
"Whats at the end ofthe hall?"
"A door. I don 't want to go in there. But I
nust. Imust stop him: Hes not in here! Itlsjust
room with no furniture in it, except for a full
rngth mirror on the wall. He's not here! Yes
Eisf' she hissed. "He's here. I can feel him!"
e screamed and leaped from her seat.
Ryne fell back.
"No, go away!" she cried.
Ryne recovered from his shock and stopped
-er before she ran out the door.
"Stop it! Stop it!" She began pounding his
'zest in a rhythmic motion, as if she were
'abbing someone. Ryne shuddered, his skin
tilted tight across his body and the hair on
e nape of his neck raised.
"Stop it! Stop it!! God, please, why can 't I
Et die!" She collapsed. Ryne helped her to
The door opened. Ryne jumped as if he had
been caught doing something wrong. A famil-
iar face peered in.
"Everything's just fine, Tom. She just got a
little emotional, that's all.
The man nodded. "Reminds me of a red-
head I saw this morning. " He was gone.
"What happened?" She said in a weak,
"Don 't you remember?"
Sharon leaned over and rubbed her temples.
"I don't remember anything. No, wait. I
remember half of a building. "
"I also remember an address and a time.
50012 Vont Street. Apt. 3C at 12:55 tonight."
"No, up to a certain point, I can 't remember
"Thats alright, you did fine. " Ryne said,
patting her shoulder and then moving to his
"What are you going to do now?"
"Look up your building. "
"And then if there is something at that
address, then I in going there. "
"Tonight?" She stood up, frightened.
"Thats when he'll be there. "
"Take me along! Please don't make me wait
again at home, alone, wondering if at that
moment someone could be getting killed.
Please don't let me go through that hell
"Alright, but you will stay in the car. "
She was both relieved and surprised that he
ga ve in so quickly.
He picked her up at 10:45. They exchanged
solemn greetings and then rode for quite some
time without speaking. Neither could believe
they were going to do what they were going to
do. And they both worried about what could
Sharon finally spoke. "Sergeant Ryne. "
She smiled nervously. "Bob, I 've been think-
ing this afternoon about my visions. What
happened today, with me remembering only
the beginning, happens every time. just when I
sense that I am about to know who the killer is
everything goes black. Why can 't I remember
who the killer is? I want to."
"Well, this is my Hrst experience with any-
one like you. No offense, but I think your
mind makes you forget as a way of protec-
"Protection? From what?"
"As I was listening to you go through your
trance, it sounded to me like you took the part
of the victim and it was such a traumatic
experience that you had to forget it. "
Sharon thought about what he had said.
Was he right? Did she play the part ofthe vic-
tim? Something nagged in the back of her
At 11:30 the car came to a stop. Ryne turned
off the motor and the lights.
"There's your half of a building. " he said
pointing across the street.
Shrouded in darkness, on the corner of a
poorly lit and badly paved road, was the rub-
ble of an old hotel. A wrecking crew had
already taken a large chunk out of the build-
mg, but half still remained.
"Make sure the doors are locked. Keep the
windows closed and the lights oftl "
She nodded O.K.
He got out and then added, "Don 't let any-
one in except me. I 've left a message with a
friend of mine at the station, Tom Trowers, to
come down here as soon as he can. Don 't leave
the car until he comes. When he does tell him
to come up after me. I may need some help.
"Be careful. "
He was gone.
She waited alone in the silent darkness.
What if the killer wasn 't in the building, but
standing somewhere in the shadows? Sharon
knew that he would be able to sense her just
like she could sense him. She slumped deeper
into her seat. Beyond the window she could
see a black, gaping space in the building. In
her mind is eye, she envisioned the killer peer-
ing down at her with a devilish grin, knowing
that at last she was coming to him. "It seems
you play the part of the victim." She couldn't
stand to be alone with her thoughts anymore.
She had to get away!
Ryne slowly ascended the narrow stairs,
stepping carefully to avoid making too much
noise as he stepped on the plaster that littered
the floor. Apt. 3C That meant he would have
to go to the third floor. With each step he took,
he became more tense. As he neared the third
landing, he remembered the madman in "Psy-
cho" bearing down on his victims .bis eyes
wide with insanity and wa ving an unhaturally
long knife over his head. Like that victim,
Ryne would ha ve little time to react before the
cold blade would be driven into soft warm tis-
sues of his brain.
He reached the landing and entered a hall.
The only light came from behind a door hung
on one hinge. The room beyond was partially
destroyed, allowing the moonlight to come in.
Slowly and cautiously, Ryne advanced
down the hall. He had to remain calm, steady
and alert, ready for any sudden attack. But no
matter what he told himself his hands shook
and his heart pounded wildly in his ears. A
foot scraped the tioor behind him. He whirled
around, aiming his gun at a figure crouched at
the stair exit.
Hltfs me, " a voice whispered.
The figure crept toward him until the light
from beyond the caved-in door reflected on
soft grey eyes that were large and clear with
He hurried to Sharon is side.
"What are you doing in here?"
"I couldn't stand to be alone. I thought he
knew where I was and was coming for me. I
became so frightened!"
"lt's dangerous for you to be here. You had
"Don 't make me, please! "
She clutched him tightly.
He noticed that she had brought her purse
with her and thought it funny that even at
moments like this, a woman didn 't forget to
bring her purse. r
"Stay behind me and if anything happens,
She nodded solemnly and loosened her
Perspective I 39
They made their way to the end of the hall
and came to the last closed door. 3C appeared
faintly in the darkness. Ryne pushed her
behind him and encircled the knob with his
"l'm frightened. Let's go back!" Sharon
He didn 't hear her. His eyes were intent on
the door knob. It turned easily. It wasn't
locked. Quickly, in a manner well rehearsed.
he flung open the door, crouched down and
aimed his gun into the room. Nothing stirred.
For several long, quiet seconds neither moved
until their eyes grew acquainted to the dark-
ness. When they did they revealed an empty
room without furniture.
Ryne motioned Sharon to stay where she
was and then entered the room. The air was
stale and thick with dust. The window had
been boarded up. There was only one other
door in the room. He opened it in the same
manner that he opened the other one, only not
After searching every closet and corner
until he was sure the killer was not hiding, he
returned to the main room, Sharon stood fear-
fully just within the doorway. Ryne motioned
her to go into the other room. As he did, he
saw a full length mirror. He walked over to it.
Everything she had said had come true. The
building, the empty hotel room and the mirror.
Now, all that had to be seen was if she was
right about the time, 12:55. His digital watch
indicated 12:45. All they could do now was
wait for the killer. He probably had
befriended his victim and had found some
way of getting him here. lt should be easy to
apprehend the killer. But, one thing bothered
him. What if he had interpreted Sharon 's
vision incorrectly. What if she, actually, was
going to be the next victim?
Sharon hadn 't seen his gesture to go into the
other room. She was lost in her confused
frightened thoughts. He isn 't here! Where is
he? She was sure he would bein here. A wave
of nausea swept over her. He had been with
her all the time, waiting for the right moment.
Oh God, help me! l have no protection! She
wanted to scream but couldn't. Her mind
reeled. She became dizzy. I mustn 't black out.
Then I would be totally defenseless! Her hand
fumbled inside of her purse for something that
she could fight back with. Adrenalin flooded
her brain. She would survive. 4
Ryne looked up from his watch and saw her
face in the mirror. It seemed to have been
completely transformed. Her lips were pulled
back, revealing her teeth. Her eyes had
become spheres of frozen granite. He knew he
had been wrong. The killer was SHE. And
Sharon didn't play the part of the victim: she
played the killer!
She lurched at him and with the skill of
experience, aimed her tiny steel weapon
where it would do the most damage. There
was no time for him to react before she
embedded it into his neck. His neck snapped
back. Sharon jabbed it deeper into his spinal
column, twisted it savagely and then jerked it
It seemed to Ryne as though he were falling
in slow motion while a million thoughts
rushed through his mind. Probably has
befriended his victim I think your mind
makes you forget as a way of protection. Pro-
tection? . . . It is as if we are somehow linked
together He wants me to know so l can
stop him. Please believe. please help me! Stop
it! God, please why can 't l just die?"
His head struck the floor. She pounced on
him and began to stab at his chest. His head
rolled so that he could see her in the mirror.
Her eyes were inflamed with joy. Her mouth
was set in a cunning smirk and her hair lay
crooked on her head, revealing blonde strands
underneath that had been chopped close to
her head. He tried to shut his eyes, but he
seemed to have lost control of even that sim-
ple movement. Oh God, don 't make me have
to watch!! Something warm, splashed across
his face. Tiny droplets of a thick dark fluid
appeared on the mirror. He could feel no pain,
only a dull poking, as if a doctor were probing
a wound that wasn 't fully under the influence
of novocaine. Why wasn 't he dying? His mind
Her arms and face were streaked with his
blood. She abandoned her weapon and began
to use her hands. Finally, his heart was dam'
aged. She dug her hands into his torn flesh
and pulled them out, enjoying the feeling, as
shredded strips of muscle and skin slid
through her Hngers. The last sound that Bob
Ryne heard was her wild, victorious laugh as
she raised her blood-drenched hands toward
the heavens. The last sight he saw was her
putting her hands in her mouth.
By the time it was morning, the weak, inse-
cure personality of Sharon Kellis had died
away like the many others before her: and
with her, all memory of Bob Ryne. It was Sara
Kellys chance now, a strong-willed redhead
who was concerned about a number of visions
she had been having. She would wake up in
the morning and tind her steel fingernail file
broken and twisted, covered by a color of red
fingernail polish that she never used. She
would throw it away and make a mental note
to buy another one. Then she would bring in
the newspaper. She would stop before she
entered the house. Splashed across the front
page would be a detailed account of the latest
murder. The multilation of the body was far
worse than any of the others and the police
suspected that some cannibalism might have
been involved. Memories would come. but the
hidden killer inside her would cleverly trick
her into believing that they were onlya vision.
She needed help desperately! She prayed
that Sergeant Trowers would listen to her
now. Sara had visited him the other morning,
before she had another one of her mysterious
Later that morning she would leave. The
feeling that the killer somehow knew who she
was would prompt her toemove secretly. So
secretly, that not even the men at the front
desk would see her enter the police station.
But, despite her precautions, the killer would
go with her.
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What do you do with the extra
time on your hands? A majority of
Uni's students spend it participating
in extracurricular activities here on
campus. You can find them out
cycling on the open road or out in the
mountains slaloming down the
slopes with the cold wind beating
against their faces.
Others spend their time in service
to the school, helping to organize
activities, keeping us informed of
school happenings, and boosting
Still others will use their time trying
to tackle mind-boggling problems or
Whatever the case, the people that
join clubs here at Uni are putting their
time to good use by gaining more abili-
ties to do things they enjoy in the com-
pany of others, and having fun while
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The Iesters exists as a club of superla-
144 Jostors! ITS
IESTERS ARE SUPERLATI E
Back Row: Fr. Leo Lanphier, Leslie McCoy, Gary Faucher,
Kelly Harrington, Mika Cutting, Sue McFarlin, Craig Carter,
Susan Brennan, Roseanna Calderon, Bill Zepf, Cindy Slo-
minski, Chris DaRosa. Middle Row: Dan Farney, Mark
Bouterie', Eve Selis". Iohn Watson", Theresa Brazier',
tives: it is the oldest on campus and has the
most experienced moderator. Father Leo
Lanphier founded the Iesters as the first
club at Uni in 1957 and has been moderator
ever since. And the list continues: most
active, one of the largest, most talented, fun-
Since moving back to the Little Theater
on Campus last year, the Iesters have had
nothing but financial successes. With the
proceeds from this year's productions, the
groufm purchased four liturgical vestments,
one or each play, to be used in school Mas-
ses and in the chapel.
Each Iester must work 32 hours in the act-
ing, business, or design elements of drama,
giving the Iesters the most exclusive mem-
ership on campus. Still, these high stand-
ards haven't deterred new people from join-
"We wanted to give the Iesters a more
open atmosphere, and it has attracted new
members," said President Theresa Brazier.
Members now number about 35. A quarter
of these have also logged in the required 100
hours for the International Thespian Soci-
et , a national dramatic organization. In
adlliition to the three plays highlighted here,
they presented "Hullabullo," Fr. Lanphier's
own musical comedy, in April.
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gine. Front Row: Mike Lukpetris, Nina Wagner, Peter
Wood, Cheryl Stage, Greg George, Lisa Stage, Iohn Dolan,
Elaine Warren'. Not Pictured: Theresa Smith, Ron Bout-
erie'. Cdenotes ITS memberl
CURIOUS SAVAGE HIL RIOU5 CO EDY
October's "The Curious Savage," marked
by some of the finest comedic performances
Uni had ever seen, made the Iesters their
largest profit ever, according to President
An eccentric widow fKathryn Schorrj has
been giving her husband's millions to any-
one who wants them. To make her stop, her
greedy children fplayed by Mike Cooney,
Garry Faucher, and Beth Goscienskij com-
mit her to an asylum. Although sane, she
befriends its hilarious and harmless inmates
fMark Bouterie, Theresa Brazier, Androna
Calles, Doug Moore, and Eve Selisj and with
the help of the good doctor and his assistant
Uohn Dolan and Mary Ricej foils her chil-
dren's plot to seize the money.
From Top: Mark Bouterie,fleftJ and Theresa Bra-
zier lrightl are astounded at Eve Selis" luck at
cards, Kathryn Schorr offers a reward to Mary
Rice, Fr. Lanphier looks pleased with the per-
Curious Savoge 145
SHOTS AND SCREAMS EN LIVEN
The Iesters tried their hand at comic
melodrama with "The Tavern" in
December. Greg George as the witty
Vagabond led the large cast through a
plot laden with shots, screams and
blackouts. The crotchety inn keeper
fMike Cooneyj and his love-smitten son
and tavern girl fGary Faucher and
Theresa Smithl are beside themselves
when the governor fBill Zepfj and his
family fTheresa Brazier, Elaine Warren
and Iohn Watsonl wander in after being
robbed on the road. Finally the evil
sheriff fDoug Moorel is revealed as the
culprit. The Cheerful vagabond's sud-
den disappearance after being
unmasked as an asylum escapee ends
the play on a mysterious note.
Above: The cast of "The Tavern."
Below: Greg George as the Vagabond.
146 The Tavern
URDER DELIGHTI3 LLY SOPHISTICATED
Below: Androna Calles makes the momentous
decision to face punishment rather than commit
suicide. Left: Androna weeps and Theresa Smith
and Iohn Dolan are shocked after she shoots her
ex-fiance, Dan Farney, in the legg Chris DaRosa frl
is skeptical as Androna pleads her innocence to
Dan and Theresa.
Agatha Christie's sophisticated
"Murder on the Nile" delighted Febru-
ary theater goers with its puzzling plot
and quick wit. Greg George as a canon-
turned-sleuth and Androna Calles as a
vengeful woman turned in superior
performances. Honeymooners Kelly
Harrington and Dan Farney were
superb, as was Theresa Brazier as the
delightfully haughty Miss ffoliot-
ffolkes. Iohn Dolan, Beth Goscienski,
Chris DaRosa and Theresa Smith
rounded out the fine cast.
BOWLING CLUB SET FOR STRIKES
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With having fun and developing
skills in mind, the Bowling Club
encouraged many of Uni's bowlers to
join in and improve their bowling tech-
niques. Beginning in October and con-
tinuing through March, the club met
regularly on Wednesdays at Frontier
Lanes. Coordinated by Mrs. Theresa
Rizzo, and led by President Steve
Kemp, the members formed eight
teams, which consisted of three bowl-
ers on each team, and competed against
each other in the quest for "strikes and
Left to Right: Paul and Mrs. Rizzo, Mike Dolan
and Gerry Fenech discuss scores, Patty Harvel
has perfect form for a strike.
148 Bowling Club
Kneeling: Mike Dolan. Front Row: Gerry Fen- ham, Paul Rizzo, lose Garcia, Edwin Reyr
9Ch. Elmo NOSHFL lack LiViH8Si0T1. Mrs. Rear: Frederick Bustria, Steve Kemp, PaulB
Theresa Rizzo, Teresa Fraser, Theresa Abra- zuela, Patricia Harvel, Mike Stokes.
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.er, Iudy Kavanaugh, Ann Miller. Back Row:Gene Gaffney, john Watson, cienski.
EL CID STIRS CONTROVERSY
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Otto, Features, Tim Howe, Editor-in-Chiefg
Ioe Proal, Businessg Bill Zepf, Opinions: Mandy LOPEZ. SPONSC Aflfl Miller, News.
Unlike the past editions of El Cid, this
year's newspaper has taken a political
point of view. When Moderator Nancy
Donovan was asked what she will
remember most about El Cid, she rep-
lied that she will never forget the con-
troversy the paper has caused.
Commenting on the controversy, Edi-
tor Tim Howe said, "Newspapers are
by nature controversial because some-
one is bound to disagree with opinions
expressed." He added that he thought it
was important that the paper allowed
people to express their opinions before
Though the newspaper was not very
organized at first, they made improve-
ments very rapidly. According to Ms.
Donovan, this was because, "We were
able to meet deadlines, improve inter-
viewing techniques, and feature more
and more interesting articles."
One of the major difficulties that the
paper experienced was the lack of stu-
dent response. Though the paper has a
big staff, it needed more letters from the
students to the editor.
El Cid 49
Art by Mika Cutting
Faster than a speeding skateboard,
more powerful than a raging moped,
able to ,ride a 400 mile tour in a single
week . . . Look, out in the bike lane! It's
a herd, it's a train, NO! It's - it's the
Disguised as mild mannered Univer-
sity High students, the Cycling Club
fights the never ending battle for room,
recognition, and the right of way.
Wishing to become better informed
and more experienced in the sports of
cycle touring and racing, the Cycling
Club pedaled 25 miles up the coast
every weekend. During Christmas vaca-
tion, club members took a six day, 400
mile ride to Palm Springs and Hemet.
"The rides were hard," said club presi-
dent Mika Cutting, "but more impor-
tantly, we enjoyed ourselves despite the
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HITS THE OPE- RO D
Back Row: Steve Giesing, Moderator Dana Shelburne, Lee Sampsell, john Pabst, Frank Schanber-
ger, Mika Cutting, Bill Myles, Peter Moons, Brian Keves, lim Smith.
Bottom Row: Ben Balanag, Ruth Lukpetris, Patty Haroel, Mike Myles.
SKI CLUB SLALOMS DOWN SLOPES
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For the members of the Ski Club,
there's no better way to spend a week-
end than hitting the slopes of Mammoth
or Snow Summit. The club members
plan for any weekend when the
weather is good for skiing, but this sea-
son there wasn't much snow and they
have only taken eight trips. There are
about 140 Ski Club members, three
times as many as there were last year.
They enjoyed the trips, organized by
the Boy Scouts of America Ski Explorer
Post. Moderator Mrs. Prather invites all
Uni skiers to join as the Ski Club's
members range in skill from beginners
Ski Club 151
SQUADS SPARK SPIRIT
Filled with enthusiastic spirit, the
I.V. Cheerleading squad got the
teams fired up for the games and got
the crowds rowdy. Led by Head-
Cheerleader, Camille Selis, and Co-
Head, Susie Deely, the squad
showed a lot of talent and originality
in their cheers, dances, and mounts.
Together the whole squad made up
the cheers and dances during their
We are the best.. .We are the U.H.S.
No matter what they say,
We'll do it the Dons way. . .
Red machine, it is up to you . . .
We're gonna win, that's what we're
152 JV Cheerleaders
Left to right from top: Camille Selis, Iackie Grabe, Mary Rauner,
Kelly Harrington, Suzie Deely, Pam Douglas, Dawn Manning,
Pulling each member's distinguishing
qualities together to make a team was
the key to the freshmen cheerleading
squad's success. Head cheerleader
Maria Close's leadership and Ann Kan-
kowski's positive attitude contributed
to the squad's coherence. Co-head
cheerleader Casey Connors wrote
many of the cheers while everyone
helped choreograph routines and voted
on the best moves. Lori Fratarcangelo,
loudest of the cheerleaders, made sure
the fans heard every word, and Becky
Byron and Sally Hayes added fresh
excitement with their gymnastics abil-
These vivacious spirit boosters look
forward to trying out the positions on
next year's IV squad.
Freshman Cheerleaders 153
UNGEONS 8z DRAGONS CLUB
154 Dungeons 8 Dragons
Besides being able to live in a fan-
tasy world of elves, witches, war-
locks, kings, and queens, the mem-
bers of the Dungeons and Dragons
Club also developed their creativity,
imagination, originality, and their
skills in acting, writing, and reading.
Dungeons and Dragons has been
popularized by college students and
now, many high school students are
joining the crowd, mostly because
adults cannot find enough time to
play the game. Playing the game
itself takes about four hours, other
preparations, such as writing the
adventure, take another extra hour.
The dungeonmaster writes the
adventure and each member plays
the part of one of the characters. As
they go through the adventure, dice
are rolled to determine their fate.
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The few but competent chess players
on campus met four times a week dur-
ing lunch to form the Chess Club. Not
seeking publicity, they had a good time.
"lt's pretty straightforward," said
President Gerry Fenech, "We just go in
and play chess."
The Club held tournaments among
themselves to determine club champion
and also showed competitive spirit in a
match against Bishops. With a winning
score of 13-1, "just going in and playing
chess" certainly paid off.
CHESS CLUB E IOYS COMPETITIO
ding: Greg Shannon, lim Winsor, Steve Schatz, Glen stone, Gerry Fenech.
er, Chris Erpelding, Mike Riordan. Sitting: lack Living-
Chess Club 'I55
COUNCIL REPRESENTS ST DE TS
At the beginning of the school
year, each homeroom elected a dele-
gate to the Student Council. This
council had a lot of power because it
represented the whole student body.
They held meetings twice a month,
and during these meetings they dis-
Cussed the different activities on and
off campus that were coming up and
also anything that the Council
wanted to improve. The delegates
who wanted something to be done
about school policies or schedules
introduced the subject and the Coun-
cil voted on it at the next meeting.
Though the Council passed activi-
ties and policy changes such as Spirit
Week and the shortened Friday
schedule, these also had to go
through the ASB to be voted on.
Likewise, anything that went
through the ASB had to also be
approved by the Student Council.
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the senior delegation look ong The council members listen attentively to a lllll A
suggestiong Freshman representatives discuss an issue. 156 Student Council
CSF AN NHS
RECOGNIZE ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
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Front Row: Bill Zept, jusnna riavm, 1-xnna uustria, jocelyn Valencia, Glory CUmmll18, l-yllll Reiter. Felicia Del3l1ey.l0e'M3l'Sellfif David Pilk'
Theresa Abraham. 2nd Row: Kary Mauro, Margaret Pfeil, Iulie Rauner, iD8i0Il, Robert Kelly, Gerry Felleell- Buck Row: R0Sle Pe1'e8lI1e- Kelly Fel'-
Lisa Aaperin, Iulie Bedore, Patty Zepf, Debbie Hardesty, Lisa Stage, Tony ris. Penny Ecks, Brenda Horn, Dave Millan, Augustine Yee, Todd
Mauro. Std Row: Michelle Iohnson, Ryan Wagner, Kevin Moran, Mandy Salzman-
Lopez, Roselyn Aguila, Dan Bedore, Cathy Marusa. 4th Row: Susan Beel,
One hundred and twenty applica-
tions were filed at the beginning of
each semester for membership in the
California Scholarship Federation,
an organization on campus which
recognized those who excel in aca-
demic subjects. Eligibility was based
on ten academic points tA's were
three points and B's onel with no
unsatisfactory marks in conduct. Lif-
time membership was achieved by
completing four semesters - at least
one in the senior year.
The benefits of life membership
are eligibility for scholarships
throughout California and a special
gold seal on the diploma. Member-
ship in CSF helps students in their
The more exclusive National
Honor Society requires a GPA of 3.0
or above and involvement in extra-
curricular activities and community
service. Granted only by the Dean
and class moderators after student
application, membership cannot be
regained once it is lost.
Fifteen percent of the seniors, 10'A
of the juniors, and 5'Z, of the sopho-
mores were selected.
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CHORUS MAKES GOOD SHOWI G
'FIRST TIME 'ROU D'
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Kneeling: Ioe Elliot, Bill Fallon, Elaine SanN1colas Katheryn Femck Pflaum Elaine Sebastian Nancy Diller Arcelia Tapia Amy Butzer
Iohn Dolan, Rachael Green, Elaine Warren, Dan Farney Alfredo Bal Darla Hayes Colleen Caulfield Paula Contreras Aide Hillman Betl
maceda. Standing: Mr. David Brees, Mary Ross Theresa Brazier Iane Brown lane! Andersen Mr Bob Hart Not Pictured Rhonda Sawyer
Do re mi fa sol la ti do! Everyday at E
Block the harmonious sounds of the
chorus drifted from the CC Center. And
that was only practice!
Appropriately named, "First Time
'Round," Uni's first ever show chorus
later performed at masses, assemblies
and during Hunger Awareness Week.
Their performance at Magic Mountain
during Christmas vacation earned them
an invitation to come back any time for
a return engagement.
Many of the chorus' 25 members
became interested in singing after
appearing in last year's school musical
"Ok1ahoma!" So they invited the music
director of that production, Mr. David
Brees, to come and lead the chorus. The
highlight of the group's year was their
"Broadway Spectacular" dinner show
in March, which featured medleys from
"Music Man," "Oliver," "Hello Dolly,"
"A Chorus Line," and "Annie,"
EW BA D TRUMPETS ARRIV L
A drum roll please Taa Daaaa!
Introducing University High's brand
new Band. In its first year, the band cer-
tainly made a good impression. Even
though the sixteen musicians were
mixed from all four grades and ranged
from rank beginners to those with
seven years of experience, they were
very compatible, showing that coopera-
tion and hard work are prime ingredi-
ents in a fine band. Director David
Brees' contagious enthusiasm brought
the group together and dispelled their
For a group in its first year, they have
performed many times, both at school
functions and in the community. They
played for the Parent's Association, the
Point Loma Christmas Parade, at
Homecoming, assemblies and other
football and basketball games.
There's talk of developing a marching
band and drill team. How's that for
moving up the scale?
lhlndillgr Mr. David BFGSS. Iawad MHSSO. Michael Ioseph, IOC HiCk6, Anderson, Tina King, Iennifer Carlisle. Front: Renee Rauch, Tiffany
Ldriana Tapia, Arcelia Tapia, Dwayne View, Glen Boyer, Bill Fallon. Tripp,
lneeling: Betty Lachmayer, Antoinette DeVita, Andy Hawes, Elaine
REMEMBER THE GOOD TIMES
Left to Right: Kara Vitale, Penny Ecks, Mika Cutting, Kary Mauro, Dan
Bedore, Lucia Lachmayr, Paul Azarewicz, Lisa Ecks, Frank Schanberger,
Photography Editor Iim Martin, Moderator Robin Hanley, Copy Editor
"Where's the grease pencil?" "Can you identify the sec-
ond girl from the right in the third row?" "Let's break for
lunch!" "What's a pica between friends?" "We can't use
another picture of him! Crop him out of it." "Let's break
for dinner!" "Is Buff Basketball finished yet?" "Let's break
for breakfast?" "Tell you what, when Mr. Kerr comes in,
we'll pretend like we thought our deadline was next week,
and. . . oh, hi Mr. Kerr."
You hold in your hands the best of 1,527 prints, the final
drafts of miles of copy and the condensed version of 248
Every day after school a small but dedicated group gath-
ered in Room 20 to put together Presidio 1981. Many week-
ends and sunny holidays found them at school when
evertyone else was at the beach.
A ter the theme was chosen, artists competed to have
their work appear on the cover. Sophomore Iohn Roy's
design is featured. Tom Franklin did special lettering for
the opening pages and Lis Rice made sure that all the sen-
iors had their say. Iohn Morris' stunning photo of Uni at
dusk opens the book.
Moderator and guiding light Robin Hanley commented,
"A handful of people put this yearbook together. Without
the layout designs of Bill Myles, the creative copy of Rubie
Crena, the darkroom skill of lim Martin, who became pho-
tography editor at a critical time, and the scrutiny and ver-
satility of Tony Mauro fwho does it alll, this book would
not have been possible."
P 'icLet's break for lunch." "Don't get catsup on the Quad-
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Rubie Crena, Editor-in-Chief Tony Mauro, Anna Bustria, Rosely
Aguila, Layout Editor Bill Myles, Iocelyn Valencia, Bradley George.
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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT GOES 'BACK TO BASICS'
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Clockwise From Below: Mr. Peck - "This one
can't even spell his name the same way
twiceg" Always the gentleman, Mr. Shelburne
helps Amy Iohnson in out of the rain, "The
noun goes before the verb," Ms. Mauro tells
Ierry Pizarrog Ms. Niethus puts up the assign-
ment: English puts Tim McHale in a pensive
mood: Sue Purcell and Mrs. Federico discuss
her essay: Paul McCarty and Ms. Bryan share
"Back to basics" seemed to be the
attitude of the English Department.
Freshmen and sophomore classes
were tracked to enable students with
similar abilities to work together.
Electives were reduced for seniors
and eliminated for juniors, who took
a year-long course.
All this was done to strengthen the
reading and writing abilities of stu-
dents. "These are life skills,"
explained department chairperson
Carol Hammond, "lt is important
that people can use them in the
future, for both their education and
Fortunately, spelling and grammar
weren't the only things emphasized.
"We wanted students to see the
beauty and power of their language,"
Mrs. Hammond continued. Accord-
ingly, students read poetry, short sto-
ries, and novels as well as practiced
A new "Major British Writers"
course was introduced as a senior
elective, and the department organ-
ized a field trip to the Renaissance
Fair. Proud of their curriculum, the
English teachers plan to expand and
improve it further next year. E"9""' '63
'NO FRILLS' BUT
When computers finally take over the
world, as the headlines warn, at least
Uni students will be ready thanks to the
Math Department. Mr. Wilson's Com-
puter Literacy class introduced stu-
dents to programming and the Basic
computer language. They also had lots
of time to practice on the three termi-
nals in the library.
Probably the most individualized
department, math has four sequences,
from Honors through the Basic and
selected College Prep programs to the
Basic program for those who Wanted to
meet requirements only.
"We don't have many frills," said
Chairperson Ioan Breher, "just the com-
puters. Instead we stress a curriculum
that makes people strong, ready for a
career. Plus, 7506 of all college degrees
require a good mathematics back-
The Department is proud that is Hon-
ors Program now culminates in a full
year of Advanced Placement fcollege
Clockwise From Left: Karen Gilmore and Lisa
Mangiameli can't seem to decide if it's the first
minus the second times ...Q Department Chair-
person Mrs. Breher explains graphing: Corinne
Byrnes and Dan Otto confer on an especially
tough calculus problem: "Look! Right there it says
how to do it," Mr. Walbrun tells Iohn Pattong Mr.
Thomson explains trigonometry in one easy les-
Armed with test tube, C-clamp,
and coffee mug in one hand, and
chalk in the other, the Science
Department strived to educate the
students in the varous fields of sci-
ence and to provide not only facts,
but appreciation for the methods of
With basic, regular, and honors
couses, the department met the
needs of every student- from those
who just wanted to satisfy their grad-
uation requirements to those who
wanted to prepare for a career in the
"Belonging to a technological soci-
ety, the students need a strong foun-
dation in the sciences," stressed
department chairperson Steve Iaco-
As well as verification of laws and
theories and application of princi-
ples and formulas, the courses
involved laboratory work, an oppor-
tunity to apply knowledge in a
hands-on situation. Carts sped across
the room, pendulums swung, and
pulleys pulled in physics class,
strong smells of bubbling solutions
wafted from chemistry lab, and frogs
gave their lives to help budding biol-
What else made the science
courses best-sellers? The great co-
operation and intimacy within the
staff and the humor the teachers
added to create a pleasant atmos-
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Clockwise From Left: Mr. Gorsich - "Whadda
you mean, can we skip lab this week?"g Alfred
Carini wonders if this is what happens after too
much biology: Sporting the latest in designer lab
wear, Mr. Tibbs brightens up any biology lab:
Leigh Anderson waits for further instructionsg
Mr. Roth directs a student away from a boiling
vat of hydrochloric acid: Sorry, Charlie, only the
best trigger fish get to be studied by Tony Whit-
marsh and Marie Dubreuil.
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RELIGIO DEPT. GIVES
Clockwise From Above: Laura Villarreal stud-
ies her notes: explaining the Flood to her class:
"Wait a minute! Did you draw a moustache on
St. Francis?" Fr. Tassi wants to knowg "What
do you mean, there is no God?"g Mrs. Doyle
offers encouragement: Mrs. Nicolas gets cozy
while lecturing: "lt's like this, my son," Fr.
LaRiviere explains to Todd Salzman.
Dealing with current events, other
cultures, the past, and the factors
that make us who and what we are,
the Social Studies Department's pur-
pose was to teach the students to
comprehend the complex nature of
society and give them skills so that
they could actively participate in it.
Social Studies classes were also a
time for fun. History students got a
chance to recreate the 1692 Salem
Witch trials. After studying Con-
gress, American Government classes
took the parts of Senators and Repre-
sentatives and went through the
process of passing a bill.
Two of our counselors, psycholo-
gists Dr. Karen Anderson and Dr. Ed
Shafranske taught Psychology to
170 Social Studies
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Clockwise from left: Carmen Revilla et al take
a break from the rigors of Psychology: Amy
Hughes doesn't look too thrilled to be the vic-
tim of witch trial recreation in U.S. Historyg
Mr. Dundas takes roll: Ms. Hanley looks sur-
prised that her class has fallen asleep: Mary
Dolan: "He can't be serious . . ."
Social Studios 171
LANGUAGE DEP RTME
OFFERS SOMETHING TO A
A conversation overheard one lunch-
"Deutsch ist am Bestenf'
"Non, j'aime le francais."
"Yo me gusta hablar espanol."
"Latina non mortua est."
"Il italiano e la lingua di amore."
Well, maybe not, but any linguistics
buff would know this means that
Uni's Foreign Language Department
offers German, French, Spanish,
Latin and Italian. All languages
except Latin, which just began this
year, were offered in a four year
sequence. However, it, too, got such
a good response that Latin II will be
taught next year.
Students were lucky in that they
learned mostly from native speakers,
and all the teachers had visited the
home country for their language.
Fortunately, foreign language was
more than remembering conjuga-
tions and learning new vocabulary.
Students had fun using their knowl-
edge in class skits, restaurant outings
and a few weekend camps for inten-
I72 Foreign Language
Clockwise From Below: Mrs. Chaillou and
Michael Stokes takes notes on an oral report:
Spanish Il students listen attentively to Ms. Ber-
son's Mexican travel storyg Mrs. Hiel gathers an
assignment: Androna Calles addresses her fellow
students Cen franqais, of courselg Mr. Steves helps
David Vaughn with a tough German translation.
Foreign Language l 73
Striving for an emphasis on lifetime
sports, the P.E. Department stressed the
importance of exercise and physical fit-
ness. lt offered not only team and indi-
vidual sports, but also such activities as
the Gymnastics and Creative Dance
Review, where the students performed
for the school, demonstrating their tal-
A couple of new classes were intro-
duced that grew in popularity for
everyone. One was Aerobic Dancing
for girls interested in adding style and
rhythm to their exercising. The other
was a Co-ed Fun Exercise class which
emphasized recreational activities on
and off campus, such as racquetball,
bowling and skating.
P.E. STRESSES FUN AND FITNES
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Clockwise From Left: Building up batting skills:
guys pump iron in the weight roomg Mr. Serrano
referees a soccer match in his class: watch the
ball, not the view!: this looks like more than just a
CO-ORDINATE DEP RTME TEXPLORE
"Let's get those creative juices
flowing out there!" Mrs. Estelle Kas-
sebaum directs her sewing class. As
department chairperson, "Mama
Kass" feels that everyone should
explore the inner world of their own
creativity, a side of themselves they
may not even know exists.
Beyond its preparation of those
pursuing college majors in Fine and
Practical Arts, the department aimed
its courses at helping average stu-
dents find and develop their talents.
Thus the very full Arts classes
delighted their instructors. They, in
turn, gave their students the satisfac-
tion of entering local, state, national,
and even worldwide competitions.
Exciting new courses added pizzaz
to the departments line-up. "Air-
brush Design" was a big hit at the Art
Show as were the stunning creations
from Mr. Altamirano's stained glass
class. -Wetsuit and sportswear
attracted unlikely students to sewing
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Clockwise From Above: "lf you burn it, you eat
it," Mrs, Kassebaum tells her food classy Proud
mothers Pam Haisha and Sharon Bunton discuss
the progress of their "children" in Child Develop-
ment classy finishing off a mug in Ceramics: Ms.
Rosa helps Eva Bradley with her self-portraitg
Ron Bouterie wonders why he always gets stuck
Above: Mike Rubio puts the finishing touches on
a self-portrait. Right: Mr. A approves Craig Car-
ter's work in Ceramics: Dave Fiedler and Mr. Gal-
indo work on a drafting project.
CO-ORDINATE DEP RTME
READIES STUDENTS EOR REAL WORLD
The Business Department offered
courses designed to teach practical
skills which would assist students in
coping with the "Real World." Ability
to type can be a life saver for the col-
lege-bound student as well as for those
who plan to head directly into the busi-
ness world. Thanks to Mr. Ruzicka we
no longer have to coax mom into stay-
ing up all night to type a term paper.
With Mr. Marcus' help we should never
get caught with the deadly unbalanced
checkbook after Consumer Ed.
Above: A:SLDKFIGH,A SL1i"?Q'WS81c!
Left: I use Preference - and I'm worth it.
It's going to be a long three hours, so
the students try to get comfortable. If
itfs English, they'll answer 100 ques-
tions then write three 500 word essays,
if math, solve a myriad of Calculus
problems: if History, interpret sources
and write a detailed analysis of an
event. Each spring these tests and more
are administered to Advanced Place-
ment CAPJ students all over the country.
Sounds like fun, right? The one hun-
dred Uni juniors and seniors taking AP
English, Calculus, and American His-
tory aren't especially thrilled about the
marathon tests, but there are many rea-
sons they enrolled inthe programs.
A primary one is the challenge. Brad
Lichtman, the AP History instructor,
explained "Many students are in it for
the heightened competition. The curric-
ulum in these classes is intensive and a
vast amount of material not considered
in regular classes is covered."
"More importantly," added AP Eng-
lish instructor Sr. Margaret Herberich,
"AP students are better prepared for
college even if they don't do well on the
Apparently, the word is getting
around. English enrollment is up for the
second year and Math, taught by Mr.
Boyd Thomson, and History are doing
fine in their first.
Clockwise From Above: Iohn Watson CU and
Mark Sperrazzo work together on a math prob-
lem: "If you kick my chair once more . . ." Chris
Da Rosa doesn't seem too intimidated by Debbie
Sether's threat: Sr. Margaret answers a questiong
History students work togetherg Ralph Schneider
demonstrates his skill: Mr. Thomson shows Peter
Fisher how it's done: students listen with rapt
attention to Mr. Lichtman's discussion of progres-
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We spend most of our time in the
company of others so, without peo-
ple, what would time mean to us?
People make life happen. Each of us
needs time to experience other peo-
ple. During the few years spent in
high school, on can get exposed to a
variety of people with different
backgrounds, ages, ideas, and values.
This is very evident at Uni, since stu-
dents come from all directions far
and wide. The, like the hundreds of
components in a watch, they work
together to make times to remember.
IAMES G. ZOLL
Among other things, the administrative staff at Uni has
changed a great deal over the past few years. One of the most
important changes is our new principal, Mr. Iames Zoll. As a
first year principal at a Catholic high school, Mr. Zoll takes
notice of the difference between private and public schools.
Private schools are more competitive in that the students go
through a selection process before they are accepted, according
to Mr. Zoll. A
"The students have created an open atmosphere of communi-
cation," comments Mr. Zoll, "which has come to be an integral
aspect of the school. Uni is unique in that manner."
Mr. Zoll so enjoys working with students that at times he
wishes he could be a teacher.
Working together, Mr. Zoll, Ms. Ryan, Mr. Ramos, Fr. Lan-
phier, Mr. Marcus and the administrative staff make sure the
school runs smoothly, as well as offering personal assistance to
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the bustle of messengers delivering passes and students coming to
change their schedules or find out about scholarships. People are
relaxed here, they stop by just to talk to a counselor about nothing in
particular. They know they can get useful advice about anything:
classes, college, or personal problems.
Mr. Shafranske, Mr. Araiza, Dr. Anderson, Mrs. Manning and Mrs.
Donna Daniels fnot picturedl work hard to make their office a pleas-
ant place to be - and you can feel it.
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Front Office Secretary
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PILLI G THE EEDS OP ALL STUDENTS
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Nurse Maintenance Supervisor
Air Brush. Ceramics, Crafts. Class. Let-
Consumer Education, Spanish I, II
Band. Show Chorus
Spanish I, llIA, IVA
Spanish II, IV
Math Department Chairperson. Algebra Ilffrigonometry.
Geometry. C-eometry!Algebra II
English ll. Language Skills. Morality. Old Testum
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SR. EILEEN CAI-IILL, FDC
Morality, New Testament, Worship
French 1, II, III, IV
Social Studies Department Chairperson, US
History, Human Experience II
Biology, Life Science
Italian I, II, IV, Spanish II
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Dance, General PE, Gymnastics, Driver's Education
FR. AQUINAS COSTELLO, OP
English II, New Testament, Worship
Faith, Morality, Old Testament
Life Choices, New Testament. Old Testament, Social
SUZANNE FEDERICO ANDREA FULTON
English I, III, Psychology English I, II
Honors Physics, Physics, Physical Science
Government, US History
Spanish I, Drafting, Technical Drawing
ELIZABETH GORSICH CAROL HAMMOND
Chrlstlan Llvmg British Literature Classics Engllshl Writing
Enghsh Department Chairperson
ROBIN HANLEY SR MARGARET HERBERICH BVM
Economics, Sociology, Human Experience Il Advanced PIHCCTUGHT EH81iSh, English H
ONDINA HIEL STEVE IACOBACCI
Spanishi III Science Department Chairperson
192 Fqculfy Biology, Life Science, Algebra I
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Child Development, Clothing, Foods, Interna-
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Life Choices, New Testament, Worship
FR. EARL LA RIVIERE
Death and Dying, Religious Cultures
General PE, Athletic Director
Advanced Placement History, US History. Government
Faculty 1 93
Dramatic Literature, English I, III
Algebra I, II
Pre-Algebra, Algebra I
British Writers, Classics, Communication
MARIA NICOLAS NIIRIAM NIETI-IUS
English II, New Testament, Worship English I, III
English I, Il
Biology, Chemistry, Science! Health
ed Composition, British Writers, English
General Business, Typing
Air Brush, Art I, Silk Screen, Dr:-1wing!Painting
US History, World Cultures I, II
General PE, Funflixeroise, Weight Training
Government, World Cultures
Foreign Language Department Chairperson.
German I, II, III, IV. French II
Algebra I!Geometry, Algebra II, Geometry
World Cultures I, II, Human Experience
FR. DAVID TASSI BOYD 'THOMSON
Faith, Old Testament Advanced Math, Advanced Placement Calculus
Biology, Honors Biology, Algebra I
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Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, Biology
Algebra I!Geometry, Algebra II!Trigon0metry, Geometry, Computer Literacy
Faith, Christian Living, Religious Cul'
General PE, Aerobics, Dance, Gymnas-
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FR. MICHAEL ZUFFOLETTO
Latin I, Morality, New Testament, Wor-
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May all your steps in life be as eager as
your first. Love Dad, Mom, and Kary
Words can't express the pride we feel
towards you. Love, Mom and Dad
Congratulations Annie We love you,
Mom, Dad, Tim, and Daryl.
Nothing is so We love you, Pete!
strong as gentle- Mom and Dad
nessg nothing is so Chris: Heidi, Sally, Ioey,
gentle as real Mary, Benji, Susie, I. I.
David, Success always to a wonderful son
May your life always be as happy as the Love, Mom
music you play.
Love you, Mom, Dad and Bernadette.
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Success and Happiness
Our Love and Blessings,
Mom, Dad and Mike
Happiness and Success to our son
Love, Mom and Dad
Our best wishes for a beautiful life.
We love you, Iohn. Nous amour toi, belle fille,
Mom and Dad
Dad, Mom, Tim and Dan
Much success for the future.
Mom and Dad
May all your dreams come true.
Love, Mom, Dad: Susan, Tom
and Larry, Kathy and Ford
and Shelley, Carol
We are all very proud of you.
Love, Mom and Dad
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Love, Dad and Mom
We wish you success and happiness
Love always - Mom, Dad, Lynda
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Love, Mom and Dad Love, Mom and Dad
lll You make us so happy Iackie.
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Congrats! We love you,
Mom, Dad, Bros, and Family
Our love and prayers will be with you in
all the years to come.
Mom, Dad and Sean
Best Wishes and Success to Our Son
Love, Mom and Dad
"Keep your sunny side up."
We love you!
Mom and Dad, Iennie and Scott
You have pursued excellence and given us joy and
Reach High, for Stars Lie Hidden in Your Soul!
Always a smile for everyone.
We are proud of you, Lisa.
Love, Mom, Dad, Carlos III, Cathy and Ray
Congratulations, Debra. We're proud of you. We
wish you love, Happiness and Success.
May Cod bless you, Love, Mom and Dad.
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We're proud of you Katheryn.
Love, Mom and Dad.
We are so very proud of you!
Our fervent prayer is that God will send
His choicest belssings to you for a bright
and happy future.
Tabby and Lady
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Your Future Years. Dad
You've come a long way, baby and best wishes, luck, m 'M-N., C
and love for the rest of the way.
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Love, Dad, Mom and Dawn
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Love, Mom, Dad, Brothers and Sisters Love, Mom and Dad
This graduation is a time for memory,
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That all the years ahead
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Dad, Mom, Grandma and Brothers
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Love, Mom, Dad and Scott T0 Our Son, Gene
We wish Godspeed and Happiness
Much love, Mom and Dad
Congratulations and success, Iimmy. Congratulations
Your possibilities are endless. We Love You
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Success and Love,
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God bless you, Son Ron Our Love always.
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We Love You, Meg!
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Mom, Dad, and Kids Love, Mother and Dad
From, Mom, Dad, Ioe and Mary
Diana, and Class of '81,
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Wishing you New discoveries, Treasured mem-
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Love, Mom, Dad, Ioey and Frankie
We're all proud of you.
May all your dreams come true.
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To our dear Christine, r -is your right to happiness.
We wish you success in the future. i- is your boundless interest.
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We are proud of you. Loves and I-lugs,
Mom and Dad Dad, Mom, Charlene, Chrissy 8: Shawn
Best Wishes Class of '81
Victor Avila Family and Staff
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Fernkes, Lisa ,........
Ferrantelli, Iennifer . ..
Ferris, Kerry ..,......
Fiedler, David ..,,.,..
Filipowski, Barbara . . .
Filip one, Ioseph .....
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Fischheck, Karen .,...
Fischbeck. Keith ,. .
Fischer, Peter ......
Flanagan, Kevin ,,.,
Flavin, Iustina ....
Fleming. Brian ...
Fleming, Keith ...
Fleming, Kieran ....
Fletcher, Brian . . .
Fleury, Alfred ....
Fleury. Gerald ...
Flodman. Libby ....
Flodman, Mary .....
Floersch, Duncan .....
Flood, Marla .......
Flood, Monique ....
Flores, Drew ......,
Flournoy, Mark ..,.
Ford, Iohn ,......,.
Fort. Teresa ......
Fox, Iennifer . .,
Franca, Iohn ....,
Franke, Randy . .... .
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Fratarcangelo, Lori .. .
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Frude, Cherie ....
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Gadbois, Robert ....
Gaffney. Gene .,,
Gagliano, Andy ,...,.
Gagliano, Stephen . ,.
Gagnon, Dave ....,.
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Garrison. Scott . ..
Gaston, Michael ....
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Giles, Todd .....
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Goan, Iames ......
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Harvel, Patricia ...,
Harvey, Ed ,,,,..
Harvey, Robert , ....
Hasenauer, Geoff .....
Hasinsky, Cheryl 1 1 1
Hawes, Andy ,,..
Hayes, Darla .....
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Hayes, Roger .....
Hayes, Sal y .,,....
Henninger, Ieff .......
Hensley, Michael ,.,.,
Hepner, Karen ..,..
Herb, Alicia .,,....
Herb, Christopher ....
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Holmberg, Scott ....
Holmes, Cynthia ,..,
Holmes, Iohn ..,,.
Holub, Daniel .....
Horn, Brenda .....
Horn, Brent .......
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Howard, Daniel .,..
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Howe, Timothy .,..
Huerta, Humberto ....
Huerta, Luan .......
Hue ,T eresa ,...
Huftyman, Stacey .,.
Hughes. Amy .,....
Hughes, Iohn ..,..
Hunt, Maire ..,.......
Hunter, Elizabeth ....
Hurst, Steve ...,...
Ibarra, Armando .. ,
lbbetson, Ieri .....
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Ihescas, Gilbert ,,,..
lllig, Brian .....,..
lnlow, Clifford ....
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Iacobelly, Elizabeth ,....
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Iannone, David ,....
Ienkins, Iennifer .,..
Ienkins,Iulie . 1, 1 1
Iohnson, Amy ....
Iohnson. Cort ,. . 1
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Kankowski, Ann . .
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Kasimatis, Paula. 1 1
Kates, Robert .,...
Kavanaugh, Iudy 1 .
Kaveney, Mary ,...
Keeley, Christine . .
Keller, Beverly ...,
Keller, Caroline 1 1 1
Keller, Kyle .,...
Keller, Sean .....
Kelly, Gregg ,...
Kelly, Lynne ,...
Kelly, Paul ,..,..
Kelly, Robert ....
Kemp, Steve ......
Kennedy, Aileen ..
Kennedy. Kevin . . ,
Kerber, Carolyn . . .
Kerber, Laura .....
Ketchum, Gregory .
Keves, Brian .....,
Kewley, Diane ....
Kiefer, Kristine ....
Kieffer, Raymond .
King, Margaret ....
King, Teresa , 1 . . . .
King. Tina ..,,....
Kinninger, Shawn .
Kirkhope, Patricia ,
Klopchin, Patrick ,.
Knowles, Melissa . .
Knidsen, Laureen . .
Koch, Daniel .,....
Koch, Elizabeth , . ,
Kocdurek, Beth ....
Konn, Ieana ,....
Korb, Alan ...,....
Korb, Linda .....,.
Kostecki, Steven. 1 1
Kovac, Charles ,...
Kovac, Mary V ..,..
Kreusser, Edward .
Krische, David ....
Kuhlman, Lorna. . .
Kutnik, Carmen 1 1,
Lab. Chris ......
Lab, Iennifer .......
Lachmayr. Betty ....
Lachmayr. Lucia . ,.
Ladd, David P. ,... ,
LaFreniere. Angela .
LaLlana, Eric ....,.
Landers, Kelli .,...,
Lanfshier, Leo .. .,.
LaP ante, Angele ...
LaPlante, Iohn ....,
LaPlante, Timothy. .
LaPorta. Carolyn .. ,
LaPorta. Robert ..,.
Lariviere. Earl ....
Latus, Felisa .,.,.
LaVine. Daniel ..,
LaVine, Sean .....
Leach, Deborah ....
Leach, Patricia .,...
Leath, Iacqueline . ..
LeCren. David .,.,.
LeCren. Douglas ....
Lee, Kevin ..,...
Leggett, Patricia .,..
Leighton, Sandra . , .
Leinenbach, Karen .
Lemus, Robert .....
Leon, Alejandro ....
Leon. Arnold .....
Leon. Frank ....
Leon. Lourdes ....
Levy, john .......
Levy, Stephen ......
Liberatore, Steven . .
Lichtman, Brad .....
Linback, Peter .....
Lingham. Gretchen .
Lingham. Iohn ..,..
Lipscomb, Ronald ,.
Lisa, Katherine . ..
Litavish, Mary ,..
Little. Audrey ...,..
Livingston, Iohn ....
Lococo. Anthony . , .
Lococo, Giovanni. . ,
Lococo, Giulia ...,.
Lococo, Iosephine , .
Lococo. Peter ,.,,..
Loewer, Chris ,.,.,.
Loewer, Rhonda ,...
Lofgren, Eric .,.....
Lograsso. Luann ....
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Luebbers. Sharon .
Lukpetris. Michael .....
Lukpetris. Ruth .,...
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MacCarthy, Mark ..,.
Machael, Michael ...
Macis, Anthony . .
Macis. Hector .,...
MacLaird, Dave .....
MacManus. Paul ....
Madruga. Iohn ...
Madruga, Lena ..,
Madruga, Richard ...
Maguire, Maureen , ..
Ma uire,Patty ....
Magad , Mark ..,...
Mahady, Mary Beth ,...
Mahalak. Maria ,...
Maher, Leo T ........
Maher, Meaghan ....
Manderfeld, Paul ...,..
Mangiameli, Lisa ......
Mangin, Stephen .,..
Manning. Darlene ...
Manning, Dawn ,,,
Mansur, Daniel .,..
Marcus. Mark . ,.
Mario, Theresa ...,
Marsella, Ioanne ...,
Marsella, Ioseph. ..
Marsella, Ioy ..,...
Marshall, Holly .,.,,
Marshall, Stephen . .,
Martin, Iames ,....
Martin, Susanne .....
Martin, Suzanne ......
Martinez. Christopher . ,.
Martinez, Laurie ,....
Martinez. Ricky . ...
Martini. David ........
Marusa, Catherine .....
Mascari. Karen ....
Maserek, Diane ,..
Mason, Linda ...,
Massey. Sharyl .,,.
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When the golden sun is setting, and life's road you no more trod, May your name
in gold be written in the autographs of God. We love you, Mom, Dad, and Family.
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Lopez, Joe ....,.
Lopez, Letizia ..,..
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McAlindin, Catherine ....
McAnally. Sean ,,...
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McCartney, Brian ...
McCartney. Michael . . .
McCarty. Paul .,..,....
McClymont, Bridget . ..
McCormick, Don .,...
McCoy. Leslie .,......
McCracken, Ieanne ..,.
McCutcheon. Debra ...
McDonough, Kelley ....
McDowell. Bridget ....
McFarlin, Susan ......
McFarlin, Thomas .....
McGrath, Barry .,.....
McGuire. Peter .,,.,..
Mcl-lale. Timothy ......
McKeone. Kathleen ....
McKeone, Shelley ....
McKinley. Marjorie .
McMahon, lames .....
McMahon, Liam. . , . ..
McMahon. Mary .,....
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McNamara. Steven ..
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Mendoza, Geralyn ...,
Mendoza, Mario .......
Mendoza. Matthew ....
Messina, Carol .......
Michalek, Robert .....
Milanovic. Lucille ....
Millan, David ......
Millay. Gar ...,..
Millay, Pat .........
Miller, Ann ........
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Milner, Gavin ......
Miner, Michael .....
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Mizoguchi. Lianne .,..
Mizoguchi, Robyn ....
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Monahan, Michael .,.
Mongiardo, lay ....,
Montali, Iulie ....
Montoya. Lisa ...,.,
Moons. Peter .,...,.
Moore, Douglas ....
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Moran, Mary .......
Moreno, Amalia ....
Morgan, Christine . .
Morissette, Teresa . .
Morrill, Linda ......
Morris, Iames ....
Morris, Iohn ......,
Moser, Kenneth ....
Mossmer, Michael . .
Motta. Michael .....
Mudd, Thomas .....
Mullen, Marcia .....
Mulli an,Sheila ....
Murphy, Colleen ...
Myles, lean ........
Myles, Mary .......
Myles, Michael .....
Myles, William .....
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Nares, Rosemary . , .
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Neeleman, Kim ..,..
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Nichols. Ann .....
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Niethus, Miriam .5 ....
Nikolopulos. Robin .....
Noble, Sean ..,.......
Noonan. Mark .,...
Noriega. Lisa .....
Norman, Kim .....,
North, Peggy ......,.,
Norvell. Elizabeth . . .
Norwood, Donna . . . ,.
Nosari, Elmo ......,
Nottoli, David ....
Nottoli, Michael ....
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Picard. joseph ..,,
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Pilkington. David . ..
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Pitts, Michelle.. . ,
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Plotts, Thomas ,..,
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Potts, Colleen ....,
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Prebys, Theodore ..
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Ravenna, Phillip ...
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Regalado. Rudy .. .
Reichert, Michael .....
Reid. Annette ......
Reilly, Christina ....
Reilly. Tim ......,
Reising. Mari ......
Reising. Michelle .,..,
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Roscoe, Richard ....
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Schwartz. Sara . ..,, .
Schwetz. Theresa .
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Tannis, Sean ,...
Tapia. Adriana ...,
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Tassi, David .....,.
Taglor. Karen .....
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Thornton, jean ..,..
Thurston, Charles .,..
Tibbitts, Casey .....
Tibbs. Theodore ....
Tisi, Karen .........
Todd, Susan .,.......
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Totah, Daniel ....,.
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Toye, Tricia ,..,,.....
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Tremblay. Lisa .....
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Trolinger, Richard ,.,.
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Veilleux. Oscar .....
Velandia, Abigail ....
Velandia, Traci .....
Velasco, Nestor .....
Verhnvskoy, Vladimir .. ,
Vertullo, Mark ......
Vertullo, Mary ......
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Villaluz. Amold ....
Villarba, Mary .,..,
Villarreal, Laura ....
Vitale. Dana ,...,
Vitale, Kara ....,,
Vivoli, David ,.,.,
Voegtle, David . . ,
Votel, Vincent ....
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Wagner. Nina ....
Wagner, Ryan ....
Wainio. john .....
Wainio. joseph .....
Walbrun. Thomas .. .
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Walker, Donald ....
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Tracy Lynn Harrington passed away
on February 20 1981 after a long illness
She brightened our campus with her
openess and ready smile Along with all
the students and faculty at University
Hlgh School we would like to remem
ber Tracy s courage with a song her
father wrote for her
Daddy S Song
Little girl you grew up along tlme ago
I ll always love you lust want you to
Now a young lady leaving the nest
Breakm my heart but proud and tw1ce
Sixteen years where have they gone?
Thank you sweet Lord you gave her
You re still my baby just back from the
Dancm and pracin come hug me once
It s time to release you 1t s time to be
You ve given us happiness Mom Kelly
Sixteen years where have they gone?
Thank you sweet Lord you gave her
So pick up the keys and hang up that
My baby walks out the door a young
lady comes home
Sixteen years where have they gone?
Thank you sweet Lord you gave her
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- Phillip Harrington
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