University of San Diego High School - Presidio Yearbook (San Diego, CA)

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Z L I i Eagw - s gi Ll 'V In its twenty-five years on the hill, the University of San Diego High School has experienced much growth and many changes. As the number of students has grown, so has the variety of courses, sports and extracurricular activities offered. While maintaining the caring, Christian atmosphere on which it bases it's reputation, Uni has added Honors and Advanced Placement courses to guarantee a superior education. The increased social awareness of the '60's and the individualism of the '70's have influenced both students and teachers. Graduating classes still feel, however, the same pride in becoming responsible Christian adults as did the small group of sixty-five young men who came to the school in 1957. V F .. jg ' fi 1 f. . A ,,.. dh K .gb Campus Views 5 1. Estelle Kassebaum 2. Donald McCormick '69 3. Hector Macis and son, Anthony '82 4. Fr. Leo Lanphier 5.jack Rubidoux '74 6. Stevejacobacci '64 7. Lily Rosa '73 8. Barry McGrath 9. David Thoennes and daughter, Deanne '85 10. David Gorsich 11. Edward Shafranske '70 12. Danny Wilson '64 ,J if if W ,wi M 1... V' 'lvl cnc Change, Growth, Development. These words hold the key to University's secret of success over the past twenty-five years and also contain the seeds of hope for the future. Mingled with this spirit and determination to continue growth is a sense of con- tinuity and constancy. A Twenty percent of the current faculty has been associated with University for over ten years. Some faculty members have been a part of Uni since the beginning. Others have left University as graduates to return as part of the teaching staff. Others have come as teachers and now bring their children to Uni as students. Fr. Leo Lanphier, one of University High's founders and presently the school .chaplain as well as a member of the faculty, describes this enduring appeal as "the warm, family-like spirit that prevails throughout the campus." Familiar Faces a X. Y if i lp' ax ' .W 'A L ri 4 i9 nu- 1? .2 zvafffii ww is 3 4 ,-.vw , :Fm :A-1 ae 'Q wx V 4 M fr - .- 1, W if -' 9? 'N jf' "Eff" . . A I A E gi ' gy, , s K1 9 -ia 3 1 fins- 51' in Familiar Faces 5 TT' V V sn V The heritage of University's ASB is one of service. President Steve Od- do, a write-in candidate for that of- fice in last year's election, led the cabinet in a spirit of co-operation. This unity aided them in their rela- tions with students and faculty alike. The officers met every day during B block to plan dances, on-campus concerts and movies, and traditional activities like the ASB Ball and popular Rent-a-Don auction. The variety of activities reflected the cabinet's concern for individual tastes and their dedication to representing all groups within the student body. 6 ASB A-sith. I moi 4 '1 .a' 'mn , 'W W.-W ,, .., ,X F W "Es 2...,b.. JN... iii: ' 5542 ,I -1i1f:fs?i3s:4: 'fam A 25213 ' ' m wwf ' "" ,,,. , Y.-1.. , L -J I ew: "rx if 1' - - . in 13 62 g5B:i 'A f x wgwrcw z", X- ...W ,,,......f W ' W fia zzza iw IIN lfynfpn app. .U Sig, I I 'j F . lQDv- l I X 'gg' H ' ' Ilmwimls U ,W num nf B- W , 1 Txfglg mai I ng ln il I f'E2wsi Q rm lgffiffjg r N 1 -Q JQ WLg!v?:w 'i 1- in Mg , ,F '59 5? E g? :Q.,.:: 1- The class enthusiasm exhibited during Spirit Week culminated in the presentation of the class Floats at the Homecoming game. The Seniors accumulated the most points for their erpril de corpr during the week and were pro- claimed the winners of the Spirit Week competition. Then came Halloween . . . a day when the imaginations of Uni students came to life. Painted and masked faces created the illusion of being in an unreal world. A variety of ar- tistically created creatures lurked around the campus. The atmosphere was filled with laughter as even the teachers got into the act. Most people attempted to maintain their secret identities as others asked, "Who is that?" or, "What is that?" The most creative costumes won giggles and screams as Uni's spirit soared. 8 Spirit Week and Halloween igivl vgvv vvv vvv Funniest . . . Mr. Tibbs 8z Mr. Shelburne Best Group . . . Mika Cutting 8: Tom Franklin The Sophomore Float The junior Float The Senior Float The Frosh Float Soph Pharoah . . . Alex Leon Most Original . . . Mike Lukpetris Lucia Lachmayr 8: Rubie Crena Special Award . . . Fr. Tassi Faculty Cheerleader . . . Mr. Moriarity Spirit Week and Halloween iii: Q. . 1 +5 what L r 1 , M 5:15 ' IQMT ' N -QE.: WH 115 ' K W" ff' 'J ' efnfff -ea , xii: naL,?,ls1i::.,,. 7 mfulnllxlfii' ' L 5 Wim W WRX ' 1 W We -z,s2::4,::. E 11 m'r.:::::1- 5, rx f - V "' 3 4 wx , xl xzsxgffsfr ' 7 v , we hw: I 1 , ug4aaa:'W heya 1' m:u.r.. .W ae-ew" , 'Q vb Wm 5 a 1 'G r iw ,-mf' iw '-wr? 25 ,',, x. k I X f, ' W 'wif X ,f J if Al H' 51 if 'YW NSW' Excitement ran high as the U.S.D. stadium filled for the 1981-82 Homecoming game. The University High Dons, pitted against the Point Loma Pointers, took an early lead which they saw slip away in the third quarter. The floats, which took over the field at halftime, displayed the theme of "Changes" Three senior couples and a princess and escort from each of the other classes represented the student body while Rita Clark, last year's Homecoming Queen, returned to crown the new Queen, Theresa Enriquez. Despite the fantastic determination and spirit demonstrated by the Dons at the game, the Pointers were victorious - 14-7. Homecoming ll Through extremely hard work at a three day summer camp, the Varsity Cheerleaders learned an assortment of new and exciting cheers. Their vigorous and enthusiastic efforts paid off as they came out on top and took first place in all events. They performed cheers and dance routines to provide spirit at pep rallies and athletic events. In addition to creating and rehearsing these cheers, they also put on fundraising dances. They produced a new cheer hand- book containing game etiquette written by Ms. Cusack with input from Mrs. Conn. 12 Varsity Cheerleaders .-"' 1. Patti Deely - Head 5.-Iulie Mascari 9. Camille Selis 2. Dawn Manning - Co-head 6- Karyn Cruz 10- CHr0lyr1 LaPorta 3. Shelley Lozano 7. Lisa Tremblay 11- Mary Rauner 4,-Ieanne Selig 8. Pam Douglass 12. Lisa Bufalini Varsity Cheerleaders 13 ' mv Mm' B W M M if 1 AffZ f'fff. JB. ,yxiggg ri, ' ' 0.-HA ,f ' --5. FQ 4 i, W , W M A -up 'ww EFORTI' ,"npf , W "Wa, , 'ff' s.. :wif ht. . J 'Zum A " 1' A W 1 2 X u K wr A 'NiN MQ' ,gg W 'W M :pw Wm -Q if Aff W Z if 2 Ewftq t- 'KQ wif gg, X f - " L ,g.rag,, ,aim -- .. xx' lf K ,sf s... MQ... ..4. "Nm ima? W 'WHS ' 739: 2 ,kg ,W Q, ,. as , p 5 . .-w"""" 45' f , .. 5 535' M f....1..Q I 112+ L 'P' Zi -1 a 1 A , -E 1 2 ,ef ' 4 lm' ll M' IPHB TBM u 'QW E."g..ff,A as 3 3 it 4' 5 So Prettiest Hair . . . Stacey Huffman, not pictured, Ray Kieffer Best personality . . . Mike Whelan 8: Tony Macis, Celeste Kankowski 8: Bernadette Fager Best Dressed . . . Steve Izuno, Anne Schmidt Best PhysiquefFigure . . . Ron Lipscomb,jessica Piccini Deserted Island Companion . . . Greg Ketchum, Karyn Cruz Most Talented Greg George, Judy Oishei Most Likely to Succeed . , . Steve Oddo, Elizabeth Asperin Senior Standou ts 15 X L 1"w -I W-5 gxxmuv m ' V.. QXXXX:lllII'lZ,,2'9, 16 Student Life , ' , www WZ. Q' M TH' if H' ' I 1 K ,1- G. U sf? 2, S Student Life 17 EUCI-IATI T EXPRESSIO GF SPIRIT AL UNITY I I I I UI nor. In a high school, there are many ways in which the student body can come together: pep rallies, sports events, dances. What sets Uni apart from other high schools is the fact that the 1500 students come together to celebrate a sacrament, the Sacrament of the Eucharist. Masses at Uni are very'special celebrations which unite the student body in thier common belief. Singing together, pray- ing together, and celebrating together creates a bond that adds a unique dimension to high school life. A folk group led the Uni congregatin in song, supplying a fur- ther source of inspiration. Guest celebrants from various parishes in the diocese and visits from Bishop Maher provided an occa- sional change, but ordinarily Uni's own priests con-celebrated the Masses. The atmosphere created at these gatherings of the student body was one of the power of the Holy Spirit - 1300 strong. 18 Spiritual Life 1. Mike Tebbetts proclaims the Epistle at the Thanksgiving Mass. 2. "The Mass is ended. Go in Peace!" Father Leo Lanphier gives the final blessing. 3. Father LaRiviere preaches the sermon at the Thanksgiving Mass. 4. The folk group is led in song by Elaine Sebastian. 5. Pastors from neighboring parishes joined Bishop Maher in con-celebrating the Christmas Mass. 6. Father Tassi distributes the Eucharist at the first Mass of a new school year. 7. Dan Shafer receives the Body of Christ from Father LaRiviere. 8. The Responsorial Psalm is read by Elaine Warren during the Opening of School Mass. ,aff -xnxx' l lf' s E. F 'I .-gy-all Spiritual Life Although the Varsity Football Team fell somewhat short of expectations, all was not lost. The Eighth Annual Charity Bowl Game, witnessed October 23, 1981, was a hard-fought battle from which the Dons emerged victorious. The early part of the game saw strong defense on both sides. Uni was able to stop several St. Augustine drives, yet could not progress against their defensive unit. In the fourth quarter, Uni put together a determined drive three minutes from the final gun. Marching downfield all the way to the two yard line, the Dons put their field goal unit to work. The winning score came with twenty-one seconds left in the game as Ricky Martinez kicked the ball and split the uprights from nineteen yards out to give Uni the win, 3-0. Uni's shutout of the Saints marked the third straight year the Dons have been able to prevent their traditional rivals from scoring. The Saints have failed to put points on the board in five of the last six encounters, allowing the Dons to amass a record of one Charity Bowl lost, seven won. was www 20 Charity Bowl - w.i. iPx"""'iQt ills px.. . "5 1:42 'WK 6- i I as Q. 3 1 ww , ,QVAVAI VLA- , at .... Q . -. Q M K Y 1. Dons stomp their way downfield. 2. Uni fans cheer the Dons to their seventh conquest. 3. Dons and Saints engage in "hand-to-hand" combat midfield. 4. Ricky Martinez punts the winning field goal. 5. Quarterback Gar Millay and Mark Flournoy share the thrill of victory. 6. Dons rush to defend their downed teammate. 7. Coach Bud Mayfield presents the Charity Bowl Trophy to Prin- cipal, james Zoll. 8. The Referee and Coaches Bud Mayfield, Dick Serrano, and Rick Carusa anxiously watch the scor board. M 1 . 1 AQYNOY' QVQVX MVSQVJ W lowsf seem "Y41C.Q, 'FAO-vxrg C Kqwevx VJXC m5QCh MSC RECGGNIZES TEN UNI ST DE TS 1. The ten National Merit semi-finalists were presented to the student body by Mr. Zoll. 2. Rhonda Loewer is congratulated by Mr. Zoll, asjoan Breher smiles her ap- proval. 3. Michael Reichert happily accepted congratula tions on receiving scholastic honors. 4. Mrs. Breher hands Margaret Kasimatis her plaque from the Na- tional Merit Scholarship Corporation. S.jim Rotherham proudly shakes hands with the Principal before receiving his plaque. 22 National Merit rl L,-r 5-wx .. 2 3. In addition to spiritual growth and the development of sportsmanship, academic excellence has always been a primary goal at Uni. At the Thanksgiv- ing Liturgy on November 25, 1981, ten seniors were recognized for their superior performance on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Tests QPSATSD which they took in their junior year. Accepting Letters of Com- mendation from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation were: Margaret Kasimatis Rhonda Loewer Michael Reichert james Rotherham Gregory Shannon Cheryl Stage Casey Tibbitts joseph Wainio jim Winser Patricia Zepf Dependent upon the scores attained on their SAT's, these students may become eligible for one of the numerous National Merit Scholarships awarded through the NMSC itself, or through private corporations. National Merit 23 24 CHRISTMAS WEEK WW 'NH :fe ,1 I . W. ,tr ' SX ' .. A I .. , . My . Q' E 'hz I 2 ' : E..-57 ' U ' - + S l :TH jg . 1. Students browsed around tables laden with handmade toys. 2. Long lines formed as photographers were kept busy taking photos of Santa and groups of students. 3. Mrs. Gorsich gives last minute instructions to student cashier, Mike Nottoli. 4. Mrs. Calabrese joins students in selecting homemade goodies to dispel that hollow feeling. 5.Annette Mangiameli and a friend decorate the Christmas tree in the Library with handmade ornaments. 6. Students choose from various spice ropes and adult gifts for some last minute Christmas shopping. 7. "Mr. Altamirano, I do believe this caviar is a little stale!" Doug Moore complains. Christmas Week M Lx if ug., sa it - a gi Q 1 xi . a i 9 1 l True Christmas spirit pervaded Uni in the week before vacation. As each class decorated its designated area of campus, the school was submerged in a sea of red and green, setting a festive tone for the week's events. At the Box Lunch Auction, students had the opportunity to bid on lunches to be served by a favorite teacher or friend. The ASB sold hot spiced cider and Christmas cookies while the Campus Ministry and Religion Departments sponsored a Christmas Bazaar. Handcrafted items from St. Madeleine Sophie's, the retired sisters of the Immaculate Heart, and Uni students were available at bargain prices. Santa Claus was on hand, bearing an astonishing resemblance to Mr. Altamirano, to be photographed with Uni students. All proceeds from the sales went to charity. The week ended with delivery of candy cane Christmas wishes and a Mass celebrated Leo T. Maher. Sf- x I 5 as a c .R . 4. , ,Q A ft. 5 Eggs . 1 ,+ was - A 1 gf , S Q K 5 A x I 1 f ' illlfl' w 3 ...'l C .,.y 5 . g. S 5 .gif ..k,.'h V:,. g " gg W 9 flfaj t x is I :fa I V J 4 N 1 Ti ' be ' K' ' T or in a s - . .. . - ' Q no A -K Q. it if X ' i . " Ass--. -. . . . ' ' - 6 . X 5 .r.k.L. A M .V -...' .3 1. .K kk,. I 1, Q Ns X . ,.... Q I 3 - . . ... if N gf .xx 7. Christmas Week 25 APN On February 18, 1982, Dr. Michael Dean returned to Uni to re-educate the students about hypnotism. He demonstrated the power of suggestion to the subconscious as student volunteers laughed and cried at imaginary movies, tried in vain to put on their shoes, and flirted with people in the audience. Dr. Dean showed the captivated onlookers how hypnotism is used as therapy by curing Dan Farney of his nail-biting habit. He regress- ed Dan to the age of six and discovered that the problem arose from a case of stage fright. To end the show, Dr. Dean told his subjects that they were various celebrities, sent them into the audience, and called them back to the stage with particular songs, Kelly Harrington per- formed "Hit Me with Your Best Shot" while under the impression that she was Pat Benatar, and Mark MacCarthy was electrifying as the lead vocalist of Devo singing and dancing to "Whip It." Ballerinas Dan Farney and Mike 'W' Whelan displayed diverse talents when they ,M joined the rest of the male subjects in the "strip tease" that closed the show. f"""-E X ,if 1. Dr. Dean and Greg George have a friendly "father-son" discus- sion. 2. Kelly Harrington lives out her desire to make it big in show business. 3. Xavier Porlas quenches his "thirst" before being put to sleep by Dr. Dean. 4.joan Haff, Camille Selis, Theresa Smith, Meg Vacio, and Kelly Harrington demonstrate some fancy steps under the direction of Dr. Dean. 5. Alex Hart reveals her ambition to be the lead singer for the B-52's. 6. Mike Whelan and Dan Farney display a keen knowledge of the finer points of ballet. 1 26 Dr. Dean 51 DR. DEAN SHOW HAS HYPNOTIC EFFECT ON STUDENTS Q5 X Q SS E gi! r, Dean 2 V Q TMA? if F if at f Q, ' r Ju, 7 is f Y 5 ' ' 'Zag 1. Moments of serious discussion occupy Seniors during break. 2. Students enroll- ed in boys' P.E. work off excess energy. 3. "Lend you my math homework? Never!" quips jennifer jach. 4. Concen- tration is the key to success for sophomore Billie Stone. 5. "What?" ex- N claims Teresa King, "That grade is i' W mine?" 6. Steve Marshall and Steve Osmers swap jokes between classes. 7. iiitr Ricardo Calderon proudly shows student s' e H support for the Chargers. t Candids . itil , l W ii ccs H' I fri ,Wi K x "-s..,... 41" 'K 1 Annu., Wfsi bi 4' x., k y x J! x , '4' fm I 'af lf L. eh Candids 29 50 Candids Ml 1. jill Brow and Judy Oishei discuss the merits of vending machine hor chocolate. 2. Even admiring glances cannot deter Ann Kankowski from serious study. 5. Seniors engage in fun and frolic on the Senior stairs. 4. Steve Oddo does some last minute administrative planning with jessica Piccini. 5. Members of the Uni wrestling team roam the walkway seeking what they may devour. 6. Ben Balanag takes a few moments to laze on the lawn. IZ li!! r .W is lsv.. A Candids 31 I AFTER SCHOOL 3 ACTIVITIES 52 After School Activities A p W. ,X Q m , N b . if . ix x M K ' A 'disk f 1-me g 1, Q. 4 My-f V+ 3 t li I x I , , X ,, , . 'mg I . - .. 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The after-school activities in which Uni students participated prepared them for the adult world in that they required organization and responsibility. On any given day, one could find athletes, cheerleaders, or the Drill Team practicing on the field or in the gym. Thejesters' entertain- ing performances were the result of many hours of rehearsal, and the newspaper and yearbook staffs often remained at school well into the evening to meet deadlines. Other students volunteered their time in the com- munity or held afternoon jobs. Whatever the activity, people with extracurricular interests gained valuable experience in budgeting their Ilme. ff ff 5. 1. After the 2:10 dismissal, the locker room area bustles with activity. 2. Mike Cutting sells Lori Cushman the copyright while Edna, Lisa, and Rubie work on layouts. 3.jim Eastman directs traffic after school hours. 4. 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VV, sV.V'1-fkkw' ww' 1Q,V:51s:1V.45-V1Vz11VV2.A.u1V 11-V2 . - A f2ffi?2i251f?1 Q41 xi .K - A V .1 V- 1 - - ' Af' 1AAA1:- 152. H"i'X,V 'V I ' -XVXQM V,Z'5..gg7S..kAVVXEVA15Aj,4'A?2L.Lg1sA'.KlLA3131. J X ,W A S K-.TSE m.V,+.,.,u sqgw fs i BV., Vw, .WVVVM..fV,VSV.?z.V-VL,.V --V VV .T , 4 pm, gmwwgggwy, .,ws..,,, .. .. VV.4 VV . . V - VV-V-VVAYVVVVVV sVVrz.i1fJV1fVVVLf. if '71 fAA5f VQfHiQe Vi.as.V-V5fmLV1esV 'fm-V: ww ,V V 51 . AEM Vfgfff.5.feVf-T, 1 - W ,wV..n.Vw....V1.V, mEfggAKA?55SKgQi 1. Melinda Hulme greets an unseen friend at the top of the stairs. 2. john Ports crams during lunch, while Tim Casey meclitates on a beef bur- riro. 5. "Hey, Mr. Peck, guess whds going to be in your class!" chuckles Mr. Lichrman. 4. "You're a little hard to ignore, Tom Franklin," says Mary Remington. S. Nick Peters shows off one of his prized Beatles memorabilia. 6. "Oh, not another test!" moans Chrissi Grenard. .4 ,r Q . if 4 . Q Wu 1 . L S , :Sw I n f 'vpn af' V- I lqj 1 , W V .4 .A,, ,V V! " N ,ga 'QT' i ggr ' K ZT- X 'wp-., .. M gy., im .1 6. Candids 37 LANE. , iiii is WWW W WW ARKlNG S590 236 if-'66 1.jim LaRue hops on his moped to escape the 2:10 parking lot crunch. 2. In the shade of the trees, Frank Leon, Ray Caldwell, Michael joseph and Miguel Gonzalez review Spanish vocabulary. 3. "You've got to be kidding, I did the wrong chapter review questions?" asks a desparing Karen Drapeau. 4. "Que more day down and another three months go to!" smiles an oprimistic Steve Liberatore. 5. joe Redfield shows off some of that famous Uni personality, 6. Fifteen minute breaks proved ideal .for Charlene Frude's nail repair job. 7. "Oh, a broken nail and l'm already late for work," sighs Sandi Wehel. 8. and after dark the vicious Uni mascot foams the halls. Candids -L . 1 +fr- .M X F Pi? 'lu-.Q 4. .F f...---- 4 Af A ww. N' A K -ATV A. ,. J , . ,K , Candids 39 FA H10 FLIGHT' 1 The Fashion Flight 1982 was a soaring success. Students from the Clothing I and II, Tailoring and Athletic Skiwear classes constructed many fashionable garments for the '80's. Flight 1982 on Trans-World Uni was headed for a sightseeing tour of Europe and attendance at the wedding of Uni's Lady Di, Mari Reising, modeling a beautiful wed- ding gown. The show featured a wide variety of knickers and miniskirts, and ended with a grand finale of formal wear. Clothing teachers, Mrs. Kassebaum and Mrs. Prather, con- tributed much time and effort to the success of the show. 1. Co-ordinating dresses were modeled by Josephine LQCOCO and a small friend. 2.Marie Reising made and modeled a reproduction of her mother's wedding gown. 5. A sporty plaid shirt-jacket and solid blue slacks were worn by james Orwig. 4. A fashionable mini-skirt suit and safari print blouse were the choice made by Denise Sick. 5. Head of the Practical and Fine Arts Department, Estelle Kassebaum, accepts a bouquet of flowers from the fashion show bridal party. 6. Becky Byrom is ready for an active day of play or shopping in her knickers. 7. Proper tennis form and sportswear for action were displayed by Bob LaPorta. 40 Fashion Show az., - 'H 1 si if at R Xs- 1 X -- 5? . .Ex .- 1 E 'f iiiizi. 5, K ii 5 -E.et:.s,' . ffm . W N NQQ ff' fi: ,1- Th. ti if Q .gg , A little wood, canvas, paper, paint, ink, colored glass and an abundance of student talent - put them together and another suc- cessful Student Art Show is born. This year's Show was held during the last week of january in the C.C. Center. The Show featured not only outstanding watercolor scenes, pen and ink drawings, oil paintings, and airbrush works, but also exquisite and colorful stained glass designs, expertly done woodcraft projects and delicately executed mirror etchings. The diversified skills and varied interests of both students and members of the Art Department were well represented in the Show. he J .J REQ V .n"' 42 Arr Show g, lam1...a.... n. w-1 1 2 l 1 ART OW S ...M.......J ' xx.. in J ' 1 I E Y 1. Mrs. Hansmann lends Robert Buller and Drew Flores some ex- pert help with silkscreening. 2. Phil Giesing concentrates full atten- tion on the production of his silkscreen. Art Show 43 Class unity among the Juniors was demonstrated at the Ring Mass, celebrated December 8, 1981, at the Immaculata. As juniors Mary Dolan, Beth Goscienski, Kelli Landers, and Anna Plaster performed the theme song, "Friends" by Elton john, Bishop Leo T. Maher blessed the class of '83's newly acquired class rings. In his homily, the Bishop explained the significance of the rings as a bond between school and community. juniors Kerry Ferris, Margaret Pfeil, and David Pilkington proclaimed the readings and music was provided by a group of their classmates organized by junior Class Treasurer Mary Dolan. Through the commendable efforts of junior President Dave Millan, several male voices helped lead the singing, notably on the tWO-part "Lord's Prayer". Fathers Leo Lanphier and Tim Lamm con- celebrated the Mass, and the Bishop was assisted by three University alumni now in St. Francis seminary: Ray Hart, '80g john Dolan, '81, and Ricardo Villa '81, 44 junior Ring Mass UNIGR RI G MASS A SIG OF UNITY A,....- ,nvvffh Y ,.t,. W i... M A--vs: . ef Q1 UR is s his Q Q s S x :c . ap X is , is 1 it sf - als R yt tif. sz - Q iw fauna.. Q -4 ! M 1, av Q1 L- 'Sf' wi' ,Q Yu 1,35 P 1, x 4 7 J., H54 I Z2 5 J we . -Q .yvw W Nzfkf rQwi5,k'f L. x - - x 5'-Qifffxi -Y-My . 1. Q A5 . M 48 Candida G53 1 j WA' K K y . ' Q-'N-af if-tw fr. 7 . ' raw? i 7 1 5: 4 ,., ,gint my 2 . fl x f 'E ' ' if K2 gf 5 , J o l,-:J r2-- -, ...rg fr - fr y ze.. ' ' 3' 'K 1 f F ii, if? ta-A . 5 4 K, I . If 915 T., i ' " ' uflllflf 'EWF i w. ... 5 ,, . ,fl I, - v 2 - .rf 1 if ,A '41 w ' fL.: N. i k if abhwflmt , VV fr 1 - 4. 4 W A 1 .An rs. 'ff i A 1. Less than complete atten- tion seems to be the order of the day forjenninejaviere. 2. A slight disagreement over locker ownership erupts between Ben Balanag, and Dean Wagner. 5. Alex Leon "ponders the im- ponderablen in Religion class. 4. Craig Waters and a companion carefully ex- amine and discuss class schedules. 5. DeAnn Paul is captured between classes by a roving photographer. 6. Grassy hills and shady trees provide space to stretch put and relax between classes for Louis Carini, Peter LoCoco and friends. 7. "I have a secret and l'm not go ing to tell you,"-Iosephine LoCoco smiles coyly. 8. "And I thought we were go- ing to spend a sunny day at the beach," scowls Pat Millay. V' if r . ,Man I I ' 'fi 'lm ,C 8. Candids 49 cn 50 Seniors SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Theresa Enriquez, Presidentg Lisa Fernkes, Treasurerg Celeste Kankowski, Vice-Presidentg Douglass, Secretary. 8 1 f sa, , , 5311 4 Q 1 X S'C's'E T220 A S Sssi S lass M1982 A wr mafwasmsgwsvug l THERESA ABRAHAM PATRICIA APPEL ma" found wfLinda MR. vmecoming '81 . . . Basketball tryouts . . . anx Ms. Mauro . . . Maggie . . . Miss isa, Dana thanx for all you gave, and lit forget to stop and look at the flowers! W to be able to tell my thoughts through !. . . to be one with myself. . . love, fami- xfriends, and good times . . . will have ie, laughter and eternal happiness. l KIMBERLEE ANN AIDS "Kim" . . . will always remember - Those Greek Gods "Athens Express", dancin at H.H., Limos-esp. Coast 16, 8: River wfLeslie . . . Hopes to become a Lawyer 8: travel to Europe "Europeans only" I love you - Aunt Silva, Nonno 8: Nonna, Kris, Kelley, Kevin, Dad, 8: friends. Thanks for all your love and support!! ELIZABETH ANN ASPERIN "Lisa" . .. "Lis" . . . found on grass with groupie . . . will remember Anna, jaws, Elaine, 8: all my other buddies . . . but love especially to my best friend Res-Oh what crazy times! . .. "Ooh baby!" . . . "Uh-oh" . . . Swimming - CIF . . . Thanks so much Dougie . . . Mr. Peck . . .My Dream: To be a great Dr . . . Rainbows are magic 81 so are good friends! Thanks Mom, Dad, 8: joey, I love you! LAURA MARIA ALVAREZ "W0wafAl" . . . LostnS ace . . . will rmem- br Dana S, Mrs. G,jR dI'he Babesj . . . Prm 808481, jstrs soph yr -"Harvy", Sr bud DFish, PHnry, Blboa, ChRusse, SrYrI8c-I Loves 8: will rmembr CI, C-I, CD, CS, EC, Mac, SP, Dale, ST, AC, MF, all the B's esp Mark loves the beach, mts, true friends, cats, RRR esp LZep, mvzc, cnsrts, frdm, D's, hpyns, SFDP . . . Hi Cowin! . . . WHAT! . . . Thanx clan8call. PAUL AZAREWICZ "Paul Merlin Leonardo Davinci Azarewicz The Magnificent" Fools on the Hill - Arthur - . . . BH, MC, TF, AM, RT, KM, -IS, PP, NW, CS, NM, GF, ML Lord Pentox Coresia . . . Beatles forever . . . CBLS and 0810 Rvle .. . Poinie Dies . . . TAPE IT . . . "Pam, what color are they?" . . . Mika, "ls it lamb-tonight?" . . . Brent, Look an 8 . . .The 7 forever. ALFREDO ANGUIANO jEFFREY MICHAEL BABBITT "Babs" Football . .. Hoop . . . Coach Peck . . . Licht . . . Shel - I took the Dabbit . . . KPL .. . Charity Bowl 80 . . . Specials- Hogan, JE, Mc, so, PM, Twins, sl, ?2, TD, GK, PD, MM, CK, 8: Michele . .. In- famous nites at VV 8: Ski- "Why me, of- ficer?" ... Magic Mtn wfHoag 8: jo- "Now? lt's 7 am!" who'd ya scam on? . . . Homecoming 81 wfwhat's her name - "You're screwy" "Do some Grog" .. . Thanx Mom and Dad. Seniors 51 CARA MARIE BARROW Found with pals - Doreen, Mary, Lisa, Denise Ph llis will alwa s remember 1 Y Y - 4f19f81, Del Mar, swabnight, Riordan's house, A.S.W, base, good 8: bad times in Bessy, Wendy's . . . frustrated by Kent leav- ing, cheerleaders, physical fitness. Thanx for love 8: support v Mom, Dad, Wayne, Grace, family, 84 Kent f Love you all very much. NANCY BETTS Will remember - friends, Cheryl, good times at the beach partying - thanx Lowie . . . fun nights with Mary - Rolling Stones '81 "Me 'n' my Bug" . . . frustrated by S.D.P.D., school, teachers, tar- dies, stopsigns - where? "But officer" . . . enjoy good co .., summer 'n' sun .., "Thanks Mom and Dad for all your love and support." 52 Seniors JULIE ANNE BEDORE 'jules' 'Juju Bee", found everywhere . . . will remember Patti, Tese, Liz, ME, TA, TF, RL, IZ, RN, RM, MM,jS, MB,jM, BS, BH, Gj,jM, DS, SK . . . Swimming - MP, Cam . . .jack 8 . .. retreats - Fr. Bob, Fr. Dan, Dan, RH,jD, DH, GG . . . frustrated by not understanding math , . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Mr. Shelburne, Mr. Tibbs love God, family, friends. GEORGE RICHARD BELTRAN "Georgieporgie" "Luciano" found by the machines wfP.B., Skoal . . . will remember "The Yang" "T.F. Manl", French .. , Doyle's "radicals '81", CSA, Track '81, Bothweeks . . . Detention '81 . . . will enjoy days in PB., work and no play frustrated by '68 MG's and Pisces loves life, kids, friends, and car . . , "Gimme a break!" SHARON ANN BLAKE Shar" found wfMary nevr-n-class, always tardy "Mar, we-'re laggin'!" The girls - MV, KT, NC, MK carpl-esp. RB . . . bs drvrs . . . crzy wknds wf Mary-n- girls .,, jr yr wfSO8rRW .,, Prom 81 wfjP, refrls . . . Pnut Bttr, yogrt . . . Mick-n- boys, "Such the fool" . . . Stimybn-Phily , , . DW, X-mas 81 ..,7411- KT turns 21, PB concrt wfG84K Special thanx to Ma, Dad, Bro 8: Sis - I luv you all esp. 11f17f81. i SUSAN BOILEAU "Surfer Sue" ,, . Que pasa babe . . , found everywhere and anywhere , ,. will remember radical times with CR, VR, RL, KM, DK,jS, MB, crazy times with CR . . . Thanx God for the special friends you gave and for my family who has been so patient with me . . . proud of Bro Doug, wants to help those who can't help themselves "Take it on the run" . . . I love my family! BILL BERG "Bill" haven't been found yet wil remember surfin' wfCS, MR, jD, MG .. "Ya' Herfs" . . . whole lotta Rosie . . . "Test What test?" . . . love ya' Annette . . MATH frustrates me .. . Wrestling '81 ., I'll always remember good times with MG CS, MR, and -ID ... and I love my Mom. Dad, and family. HEIDI BOORAEM "Heides" . . . sunsets, Mts, CG, 4ev, Y? . . . ski, snow, smile, 4 yrs. V. Softball -fi . . . fence finder 11096 CIF one day . . . I am me TKS to MM. . . dream: to ACHIEVE . . . V 8rjV BB Secrets . . . "Hey, you Bionic!" . . . "That's not in my contract" I got a lifetime renewal . . . 143 Magpie . . . RM, ZI l "Heres to ya" Bear 84 Lil' 1 Dedication - Key to success .. . "HOWDY" for Mom, TKS - I love YOU. i MICHELE BOOSE anks MP, DK, KM, VR, CR, SS, SB, I, Uni, and especially Mom, for you all de me what I am today . . . ffone . . . will rays remember 1980's bus gang, 1st Lt. of Drill Team, Camp, BB, and good times h close friends . . . favorite sayings: ude" and "Am I right?" I wish the it ofluck to the class that rules , . , '82. SUSANNE BRITSCH Chen" . . . found with Elaine . . . when I find her . . . will forget Frosh Year, but remember "The Animal" 8: green M's, the Dawg, Cheer 80-81, Camp with l . . . will forever be frustrated by Elaine and will never forget johnny P . , . ids Kerri??? "Pres '64" . . . wish you h love . . . Love Ma, Pa, Bro,jP, ES, 8: Tibbs. JOE BORER "Pumpkinhead" found everywhere will remember good times with S.O., G.I., B.S., j.S., j.O., "How 'bout them Dawgs!" . .. The soup gang . . . Aspen '80 Mammoth '81 .. . BIO, Groceries . .. Quarters ,.. Bizz-buzz ... "Furr Sure" .,. college bound , . . frustrated by boring teachers and leg warmers, "Mercy, mercy," . . . BMH . . .Thanks Mom and Dad. PAUL ACIERTO BRIZUELA The Briz Kid" . . . found in the library . . . will remember SGT. E.R., and definitely F.B. Bowling Club, U.M.A. . , . Samahan, Sphinx CNC style, but all stylesj, Karate, Disc jockey frustrated by being bored . . . Thanks Mom and Dad - God, love you all, and my special so- meone - Lynn , . . "Later on Dudes! I'll be jammin' my big guitar!" . . . "Oh well, Bye Uni!" it RONALD L. BOUTERIE II G.D.R. Forever . . . The greatest friends you could ever have. DF and GG, you've helped cope with many problems, I thank all the friends I've made especially Suzy L . . . Car- pooling with four great friends ...jesters . . . STYX 7141 . . . I've learned a lot here and I thank all my teachers . . . I love my family "Paging Dr. Ronald L. Bouterie II Emergency! . , ROBERT BROOKE "Bob" "Robert" . . . most found wfBK, DH, TS ,.., Rainbow . . . Moody Blues . . . Genesis The Who Stones "81" will remember Mr. Lichtman, Ms. Mauro, Mr. Dundas . . . most seen scoping . A.P. History . . . Starstruck . . . No reply at all . . . hassling everyone headed for college, outside world Take life one day at a time. 'sk we LESLIE C. BOYSEN "Lester" . . . priorities . . . frustration . . . non-conformists I will always love my true friends - especially jennifer and john from M.Code words . . . exchanging glances God bless Mr. Shelburne and Madame Thank-you Mom and Dad, ILY! jILL ANNE BROW "Lady Di" , . . found on stairs or on a bench wfjudy ... MM3tjS8cjudyl E8cL SrYrDLPNjCBWMC . . . sitting on stairs watchn the view . . . dances wf Oklahoma . . . Don't panic, aah. . . . Folkgroup Presidio . .. Opening Nites frustrated by gossip 8: Auditions loves pigs, Summer, music 8: Theatre white pinto . . . shopping . . , the beach . , . jT 6: Confetti . . . Thanx to Mom and Family . . . future: college, New YorkfTV. I I Seniors 53 MARGOT BUMPUS "Garmo", go Mar Got . . . found anywhere WXSM, BS, RC, IC , . . Sr. stairs wfME, RL, TA, TF, PZ, IZ,jB, MK . . . Basketball , . . Swimming .. . Political Awareness Organization . . . Love traveling, Europe . . , PATRICK BURKE V. TIMOTHY BURNS - s FREDERICKJAMES BUSTRIA Fred "Rick james" Bustria . .. found in around library can't forget SGT. E jose G., M.R. Stud, The Briz Kid, TE, 1 and the LADIES OF IB, PH, LPQ, N Most of All Mary Ann S .. . 1245 Still Summer fun of '81 . . . Track . . . Bowli and memories . . . go to college, beci 1 doctor, who knows? . . . Love Mom, Anna and Nina Bye Uni High 8: Care Y' all! frustrated by Math, people who. are frustrated by slow drivers. Thanks Mr. Peck, Mr. Shelburne 8: friends Good luck to all! , . . Thanks Mom 6: Dad, I love you! l S BENET BYRNE 54 Seniors THOMAS CAHILL -ii r' KE 5 ROSANNA CALDERON "Rosi" . . . Frosh, Soph. 8: junior Years wfLeslie , . , Hawaii . . , Tahoe . . . Mexico . . . Hullabuloo . . . Niner . . , My special friends . . . . . Faculty . . . Mary 8: Guys at Sem ...jesters... El Cid ...Mrs. V 8: W . . . Loves Family, God . . . I'll miss you Fr. Leo "Hold on to dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly! . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Ricardo, Carlos, Armando, Papa - ninos Love You! MATTHEW ANTHONY CAMPBELL "Matt" . . . enjoyed good x's, XC 8: wres ing . . . Freshman yr. at Saints , . . lots off with friends at SE, SC, 8: K38 . . . strives I the clean cut American way . . . surfing . good x's wfthe MH Crew . . . Plans to A to college 8: major in business Lot God, PETER CANEPA ,CE Found at machines pitching pen- ies will remember wild times wfP.B., R., J.R., KJ., LG., M,M., M.V., N.B., QT., CRS Bud, Loui, Miller, Ms. .nderson is 7141 Beatles, Led Zep, Tull, arties at Ski Beach, Frustrated by teachers, rsts, tardies. "When is this class over?" oves close friends, the ocean, friday ights, fishing music, and family. PETER DAMIEN CARVALHO Pete" found wfthe bench gang, will :member JS, RR, CC, DG, EL, MS, MP, 'obs' . . . Sue . . . Encinitas . . . Homecom' ig D. U. ...Frustrated by short lun- hes Thanks mom 81 Dick beach arties . . .getting stuck in the sand . . . I've made it. Down Simba? Smile it's Monday, iesta Island. Will miss special friends '82 Jrever summer of 80 Good luck nderclassmen. l V EVA MARIA CARAHER "Bevan will remember tree gang wfST, SL, BW,JF, DV, etc. Soph 8cJunior yrs. - 11th grade: what am I doing?? Memories wf Uta, CS, RC, KW, LK, RK, TV, etc ...etc BP? Reggae always .. . R,N.M. -- R,I.P. Thanx LD, LA, SD, SP, TE, Dr - Few who can relate . . . future: psych?, fami- ly . . . much love to family, my dear friends, God . . . "May you always have the courage to be yourself." COLLEEN MARIE CAULFIELD "Leaner" "the tab lady" Found at the bench .. . The hill and senior stairs. Good times wfthe B gang RR, DG, PC, What a bunch of RR, 54 KD 4 ever! Everybody's mom, show chorus, sing! sing! sing! special friends KC, TS, DH, BS, DS, RR, KD, DG, TF, RM 8: ma swank I love you . . . thanks for caring. Loves God, Family 8: friends, Thanks Dad! 3 L's Love, Laugh, 8: Live! ALFREDO SALVATORE CARINI "Freddo" Go to college, found at the wall wfLen, Frank Bc Louie, Frustrated by stuck up feems 8: close charger games, will remember Lenny D, Frankie G, Louie Mink, Tyrone, Mary V, Mr. Collins, Mrs. C But it's ACE, Ma please wfthat feem, ACDC, MY 4x, The Maverick! Crank the tones . . . Loves God, family 84 tuxs . . . I dedicate this to Bon Scott, Ciao . . . ANNETTE CEFALU JAMES CARROLL THOMAS ANTHONY CHAVEZ "Spiderman" found on wrestlers bench and by machines will remember Coach Napier, Coach Harvey, Randy, Todd, SL, KF, MC, BB, CS, and all the wrestlers , . . Mr. Gor- sich's class ski trip with RM, JW, JS, DW, CM . . . Frustrated by cutting weight, tests on Mondays and Homework . . , "Hey Pinhead" Loves making weight, ski-trips, family, God. Thanks Mom and Dad. Seniors 55 CRISTINA LOUISE COLADONATO "Tina" . . . found on the phone wfDan . . . LW - remembr Longfellow? CHaj . . . Thanx MRD, you too, MK8zDH . . . Bud . . . will always remember Dan, Thanx 4 all the good times "Hey Grouch, what about Big Al?" fthought I'd forget, huh?J Boone, you're a doll The MC got the best of me? . . . Hey creep! Thank God for rain, roses, sunsets, surprises, and for Boone. . . "Tiger". is TED CONTIS 56 Seniors BEVERLY ANN COLE "Bev" lockers wfSB 8: MV or at the machines . . . TC, JL, SB, MV, KG, RZ, 84 esp. Mr. A . . . catamaraning 84 parties remember great times wfLK, Mj,jD, TC, NS, esp,jC go to college? . . . live by the beach frustrated by Monday morn' ings 81 tardies,jS .. . LOVE the beach 8: partying wffriends . . . Thanks Mom 6: Dad, your baby has made it . . . Luv ya! . . . See ya Uni. JOHN COVELL MARC ALLEN COLEMAN "Coley" . . . "What about this guy, is he worth a shmit?" . . . specials: Tom, Bah, Hogan, joe, Oddo, Wheat, Bo, Re, Pat, GK, VPS-, Dee,jean, 6: CK, AS, LH, KSLS, KB . . . ISKI, Mc, VFootball 2 . . . T4F . . . Shel 6: frozen Dabbit . . ,Oct 3 wfPP8c-I . . . Bullet . . . I'll Scam-Hg . . . WCWB . . . Pro- gressive Tune . . . OhjLaw . . . I met U last week , . . precious loves, Shelly 8: Dad, Mom G8zE Thanks God ...So what? -- So, lets dance. jOHN CONNORS -IOHN COVEY Will remember -Ioeboy, Gilbert, Leslie, Audrey and other friends . , . surfing . . . Miller. . . imports . . . Reggae , . .music . . . getting kicked out of everywhere we go . . . jan, Holly, Chris, Abby, Gloria, Tom, Mark frustrated by closed minds - and no money . . , Martin's Art, Bill's laybacks, HQ, CB, Tyoshos . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. RUBIE S. CRENA "Rubikins" "Sue" found trdy remembr: tms QthBBC, Smmr81, Nj! soyf-sqad, modling, VAMC-6E, 66 su OjfP's . . , "Goodmswa!" "Fozi?" " SOYtnly!" .. . tru frnd 81 pal - Lucia Ron, AP, KE, DM,jM, Sj, AV, KB, M: MsG Prsdio82Edtr fthx-KM,BGJ CSF, NHS,PAO, . . . frus: phnies, clsdmg apthy, mnpltrs . . . phl snqstv - God, or wrldprbs lv: Mts, Khlafc, bchfi maitais, puppies Law? Thx G Mom 8: Dad, 4 all, ILY. , MARIO CRIVELLO RAFAEL A. CUADROS Jst often found in library with friends or ying with computers Learned most m A.P. Calculus, Death and Dying l remember DD the most but also BK rl all teachers . . . Engineering . . . success, heling . , . Languages . . . I hope someday lsee those whom I met at Uni, and if I nt - Oh well, "That's life in the ghetto." DAVID MICHAEL CROFT Zieg Heil Repteil, Lagnaf , , . Holy Mackerel boys, What's going on here? Check out the smegma labetuses . . . party- ing at the wall wfMr. Dundas I'm a model citizen . . . I think I've got them fool- ed again Looking forward to life of retirement . . . too many art classes , . . Hey Cletus face, let's have a party. i l LORI CUSHMAN "Lorilie", "Cush" . . . found wfLiz and Ab- by , . . Fun Times wfSK LOVE ALWAYS! RW, TE, SP sfsfsi LS, Av, LW, LN Friends Forever . . . Frustrated by fights wffriends 8: GUYS! Summer '81, the BEST Will Always Remember FAMI- LY, FRIENDS 8: FUN TIMES . . . Plan to be a nurse "Lori, hit the books." Remember to ALWAYS be yourself." Thanks to all for caring ...Love Ya ALWAYS. SI P, T 5 tj iff KARYN MAEVERONICCA CRUZ "Kar" Cruzble found wfPatti and jean, the Bench HZO sliding Blu moon fCL8cD Pmarshmllw Luvs champagne and roses Dr. Noah CGHQ never 4get 2 yrs. V. rah fIGTBsj special times wfBob 8: friends . . . VV . . . M8zD, thanks for everything ...-IS, PD, CL, BL, TE, CT, 8: The Gang - wfout you there'd be no SUNSHINE!! A rose wfout thorns is like love wfout pain Gonna miss ya Uni . . .ILYall . . . "OK - Bye" MIKAJEREMIAH CUTTING "Michelangelo", "Picasso the GREAT!" . . . Fools on the Hill, found under the um- brella - Charles! The Beatles - Basically Awesome! Ray - Mary GF . .. BVH ...TF...GP.,.EW...PA... DU... AM...MKM...PP...RL,..RT!Swim- ming . . . Track , . . Uni4Cycles , , ,Alpine Club . . ,jesters . . . Yearbook . . , Drop-in . . . ! Frustrated by "tests" and lack o' time Why did the pygmy say ungabunga? LOVE GOD, Mum,AUD-I, LENNON, Friends. ISABEL CRISTINA CUADROS "Isa" . . . Found in the library or wffriends . . . will remember Mr. Gorsich, Araira, PG, MB, IZ, -IF . . . architecture . . . languages successful future frustratd by not having electives during senior year . . . Loves God, family, friends, Ferraries, travel- ing, cold weather . . . "Oh man" . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. SARAH ELIZABETH DADMUN Paddington, my joy and release, on call meeting mimmers dawts to T-Birds Sealane . . . KS, EO, EE, SF, I love you all , . . He is always there . . . Thank you SED, KKD . . . Sorrento Valley, the destructed beauty ...Dressage ...the right to human dignity . . . l've only just begun . . . Kinder two time A.P. Colic nights . . . Why are they so old? Poet Portland Events . . . I-LD. Thoreau. Seniors 57 LEONARD MATTEO D'ANGELO "Lenny" . . .working at Leonardo . . . found at the Wall with Fred, Frank, and Lonie . . , Italian class with Mrs. C and the others . . , going to the soccer games with my camera ... big time sound mixer ... l'm not Frank's brother Freshman irls oh no , , , But it's ale, oh well, that's lifie . . . Loves Family, God and my white truck . . . Sicilians, that'S Italian! CIAO, TIMOTHY MICHAEL DINAN "Timius Totalius Ingenius" . . . found lurk- ing . . . rigid ninnies . . . BLACKMORE . . . Zappology wfDanno, Ken 61 da crew RW, LM, SL, JF, BW, P, CDC 8: all da treerats . . . EMBO . . . Loves Michelle, music, Family, Friends, art and the final seconds of Earthquake . . . Will remember recording under attack 8: cuffs wfJer . . . Thanks Rit- chie, Rob, Rosa,Jerry for the Inspiration . . . 81 M0 8: Po. . . Let's rip. 58 Seniors THOMASJAMES DANITZ "Tom", "Dan" "Did you study?" Soccer '80, '81 "two sandwiches!" skiing . , . scuba . . . will remember Backpacking '81 and . . . Frustrated by teachers . . . Anything is possible . . . Treasures Family, Parents and God , . . Take life one day at a time and don't worry, just be prepared . . . Love and Thanks Mom and Dad . . . Bye Uni. HELEN MARIE DOUGLASS "Hel", "Elena" will remember crazy 8: fun times wfTE, LA, ES, JS, PD, Steve, Pami, KC, BC, XP, RM, JH, SO, SL, JF, MN, D. Fam, DW, bud LF, SMc, BP, T Gang, JE, MW , . . BCBSBB . . . Tennis, Basketball, sports . . . Bye Peckers, BF, my hubby SL8cM, TPK, BG, parties . . .Always tardy . .. IALJ. Powder Puff , . . "Say what?" .. . Hel's Rx7, T bull, IWFWIL , .. Loves Dad, Mom, God, Steve, Pam,Joey F 8: Friends! PATRICIA MARIE DEELY "Dee" . . , Squealy . . .Jeanne 81 Karyn, UR my SUNSHINE! Will remember Bo, Hogan,Joe, Marc, ODS, RE, Wheat,Jeff 8: Pat fmy twin broj Best xs . . .summer of '80 WXGUNGA Head RAHRAH! 2x camp champs! Sun 2fJS Smarshmallows H20 sliding! PL friends, Suzy B, JN CMargsj! Billy . . . Tab with Trace . . . Balboa Ct. gang 4ever! Luv ya Mary, LG 6: my Dino-weens! HC WXRG, Suz 8: Joaq! ILY SC, MM, MK, we made it Mom! I miss you Dad. MARIE DUBREUII. "Mar" . . . always wfLittle Terri, DI, Shelly M CDUPJ, Julie M, Soph year to Dana Inn wfThe Girls, gettin' ran in Palm Springs, dancin' in Mex wfChris, PC 81 SDYUM . . . JV 8: V Volleyball . . . Mr. A . . . hot sum- mers at the beach, Proms '80, '81 at SHHI wfC8:C 4 me, cloves . , . Homecoming '81 wfJules 8a Shell . . . Stones . . . Lookin' for- ward to movin' on Loves God, family, Beach 8: Friends , . . Thanks Mom and Dad. DENISE MARIE DeSOUSA "Dawn?" found Q13 vendies v always remember AH, TC, DH, t mongolians 8a all the sp. Friends Cbest bt dy: DEJ, Luv ya Berry Baby "Ahh" . Thanks Mrs. V for the pep talks! . . . Pc - Summer '8lfIIalloween wfthe BB'sff times Q13 P.B.f frustrated by t grapevine! "No Clippers!" "d-nos "shpoof!" dreaming for the future . Thanks God, Mom 6: Dad! LILA DUDA "LiI Cruiser" .. . WACSC People . . . RIN - Thanks. , , magpie in your eye , . . L2 r presidential confidant Q Heidi ASB 8: Iv G. NOK!" - Elaine . . . GS, BH, Marg . Times wfmy Squat Partner Rain , Beautiful Eva . . . You are a chapter in life never to be experienced again. D greatly Trust me. For your patien love and understanding - Thank you M and Dad. l . JOSEPH DUNNE oe" . . . Football . . . Wrestling . . . Swim- ,ing . . .will remember Sandy, Crissy, Pam, Iichele and Betsy . . . Lifeguard at Co , . . 'ood Friends Steve, Bill, Mike, Colin .. . ey Steve, look out for that curb! . . . 9ear's Stovies" Bad luck at Ski 'ish that I could get to know every Eautiful girl . . . What to do with life! . . . ate gossip and reps . . . Thanks Mom and 'ad. MICHAELJOHN ECKS Igent X" Da Tree Deliverin tah, Tahoe, Mex . , . Who, Kinks, 8: DA ones Marquette remember Gor- :h's sick humor 8: Mrs. Kassebaum ares slow drivers . . . He who hesitates is st . . . I'm not into it .. . Idolizes Carson . Loves Family, Friends 8: Rad Times . . . ianks Mom 8: Dad . . . Right, that's ough. KEN DUPRE The Tree Gang will live on even without us. I loved art and will miss LR. I will always remember the Tree members: Randy, Liam, Tim,jL, and AF. A special thanks to Dan for all care and help. Thanks to Mom and Dad, I love you both and even Suzanne - also Mike, Paul, and Dan, P.S. Ski Beach is a bust. THOMAS MICHAEL EKNO "Ekno," "Ek" , . .found withjules and with cool people at the Bench . . . Coley . . . RE . . . Wheat . . . All the rest . . . People at the Stairs . . . SK . . . KS ...JO . . . whole lots more . . . football I, 2, 3, 4 . . . 65 . , . Mary you wanka your babe DMS U do it . . . Man y0u're nuts . . . Cruisin' in the Bullet Larryz .. . ZORAN LIVES! ,. . Od- do 4 Prez . . , Uni , . . it was cool . . . Frisco St .... Thanks Mom and Dad .. . Starting all over . . .See ya! JAMES DURAN .f RIKA ELLIS "Monty" . . . Vail '81 . . . Hawaii '80 , . , one half of the gruesome twosome . . . love all ofmyspecialbuds...PC...MV...Sam ...WS...WL...Marc8cGary...Rj... and tree gang '81 .. . MMFU. Penguins in the pool .. . north side . . . Heaven Br Hell ...Big Bear wfMeg , . . Saints dances . . .I need a lett . , . yellow Porsche . . . QB Pros ,.. Purple . , , Can I get sick now or later? Thanks Mom 8: Dad: I made it! JAMES EASTMAN THERESA N. ENRIQUEZ "Tres", "Babes" . . . found with Grp 2 "Hunyas" JVABHDKCLIS, special to me Homecoming '81 Prez . .. Tennis ELN Berna Frustrated by busy phones ILY Ma, Dad, Virg 8: much love to Roy Patrick . . . In doubt? Look at my eyes . . . to da spazs . . . Lene, Deb,jax . . . I too much love you babe, you still have the golden touch. M 84 D, thank you for your luv TD 53 Hearts VEUSC 2f21f81 . . . R 84 T . . . 8f11f81 "Very special" Kar, it's gonnabok! Fashion school . . .! Seniors 59 CHRIS ANN ERBACHER GGLLfv-ism EgTBfwawa B-loons, Bon- fires DRCSALJ Casa DeWencholes 31 fcdgd GigPorkrs Rox96 Sufer Bgirl, Baghead, Alexis Pa-questn, Utah, Figs Forever, RPalm BBQmts, Safty Pnhead, Sad case, GQ, 360, Vrry Spic Life, then U die Luvit! Bst frnds 4 ever, Stac Scopin Arbys wfRosie, Debraa . . .60 dy lvr futr: Hrps 5 Crz, trvl, hppnss 4evr, RUBS . . . lv: aminls, family, frnds, God . . . Thx M 84 D 8: ABS. MARY LOUISE DOROTHY EWERS Molly, Grace, Mary Lou? At last the Senior Stairs are mine! Where is my gold-trimmed Mazarati I was promised , . . Frustrated by N. Ireland 8: parents in park- ing lot! Thanks Miss Niethus 8: Mr. Lichtman .. . I'll remember bowling wfthe GTDs BGY wflove to the GROUP!! You know who you are Thank you Mom and Dad . . . Good bye Uni . . . Love, Ralph 8: Me. A Seniors LISA A. ESTRADA "Liza Mae", "Gonzo" . . . found all over wfMary . . . will remember Foz, AMR, RW, Michael, Colin, Mr. Dundas . . , great times wfPatty and all the rink rats . . . SK . , . MB . . . summer of '79, . . frustrated by tall peo- ple . . . "Save Mono Lake" . . . Disneyworld '80 . . . Ray, Bobby and the gang "Oh well!" , . . Loves God, Mom, Dad, Hil, Mar, Gelina, Pep, and Pat Csisters foreverj BERNADETTE FAGER Burnt Toast YA SOU to the best friends in the world. Thank God for skiing, tennis, Dom Perignon and Mom and Dad . . . Ten- nis team . . . limo night . . . being late . . . 4 am . . . the International . . . Cherche la Monde ILY Simonetta and Hababy I- spy, 004, sophisticated funkin fast cars, Fer- raris - too much - Let's go live. DAWN MARIE EVANKO Denise?? .. . found wfmy shadow . . . will remember good times wfDD, Summer '81fPort RS Concert, the Limo group, DW, TC, DH . . . scaming wfDD . . , Halloween wfthe BBs , . . Hi, Mr, Peck . . . cruising on Friday nights MB, SC It's your party Softball again? Willie! Frustrated by brothers Fun times Q Tahoefskiing "Oh I'm sure!" Thanks Mom and Dad 81 Family. DANIEL GERARD FARNEY The GDR, Duffo . . .Great times in SR . . , Math wfJ.F . . . all the plays . . . will remember PW, RH, JB, TW, TS, and everyone else . . . Dear Mom and Dad, Thank you for your love, help, and time . . . God bless Don, Lynn, Eva, Ronny, and G.G. Thank you for everything, I love you all. -X JOSEPH F. EVERETT "Poops" V. Football Team captai ,. . Coaches Ramos 64 Mayheld , . . doin grogs wfHoag . . . Babs . , . Coley .. . PP .,.RE...BO...SO...SCGoods...x at VV Ski will remember PD, J! CK, JM, M8zD, UNC . . . C. Bowls . r VPSM, Mtn, wfHoag . . . Babs "Now at ' a.m." "Hey Hoag, why's the sun up. ,..skam...Prom'81,..T4F..."25tan OE can do it." CL, "U R special" .. Hang loose Uni . . . Thanks Mom and Da love you. GARY EUGENE FAUCHER "Gar Gar" Talking to Genevieve .. will remember MC, CS, BH, PP, PW, NW TF, JS, TL, ML, PO, TS, GG, Yah, MU GP, KM, PA . . .Jesters, Show Chorus . . Frustrated by Father, speed bumps, myself: Try it again Gary, you've almost got it . . Love most: Jane, Theresa, Debbie, Alan Mom, Hugh, Dad, Sandy . . . Missed mosu Mary, Ray Yippy skip, there's a littli green man in my head, Bye. ls. A . LERARDJOSEPH EUGENE FENECH ':rry" . . . Found wfChess club or in Rm , . , will remember JL, JW, EN, CE, SS, , AM, MK, JC, Mrs. Breher, Mr. shburn, Mr. Lichtman, fthanks for :hing me to thinkj . , . Stare Science Fair annual annihilation of Bishops Chess b . . .the ether . . . Stanford? . , . "I have particular talent, I am merely extremely .iisitive" - Albert Einstein. DAVID FINDLING 'e" . . .Found everywhere. . .The Roll- itones Concert with Pat . . . Tennis . . . r Frustrated by Roth and Serrano .ove Family, God . . . want to be a zr, Igorta go. WILLIAM FENICK "Bill" . . . Found with friends . . . Ms. Rosa, Mr. Lichtman, KinksfStones '81 . . . The Who Killing summer '81 at Camp body surfing, soccer, tennis. Thanks, Mom and Dad. LISA KAY FERNKES "Lis" rad times wfTS, LA Celeste, my special friend - FH . . . summers 80-81 . . . Crusn' brdwlk . . . surfers - "I luv your bod, I mean board!" . . . R. Stones '81 wfjB's ... DT 81 ... Prom wfjC ... SrTreas . . . my bash 81 . . , Lve Memrs CO, DK, JB . , . Rllr. Skiing . . . my boat "Stoke" . . . Go Bckvlly Goons , . . Wknds Q mskts Bolts Bud HD Awwgeez . . .jB.S.S. - "O Bayba" . . . Mr. X Luv 84 Thanx, Mom 84 Dad, Trust ANIANA FILIO KEITH FISCHBECK me, BRIAN KEITH FISCHBECK Found Q stairs, slopes, beach, bench, friends at bench, Kinks con FRP with Kevin . , . mush . . . Disney shrooming jupiter bowl raid at Calypso swim Uni cross country P.L.H . . , go around the world . . . People who say I can't . , . Every man of genius sees the world at a different angle from his fellows, and there is his tragedy. Thanks LW and Dad 84 Moms. MARY FLODMAN Found everywhere LR, SB, LK, ME, and everyone else, DW, Spirit Week, Pep Rallys . . . Go to College . . , try to make it in the real world . . . good times at Uni and in Mr. Walbruns class. Spirited class of '82 . . . RL, OW, Luscious, lt's not that bad . . . Thanks Mom and Dad I love you Bye, Uni. Seniors 61 KERRI FLYNN TERESA MARIE FRASER "T. Fraser" Dignity Scooter Found beneath lamppost on Senior stairs will remember bossman, "Dad", Prof. Honeydew, and the Group will also remember good times at Uni and defective lamppost , , . Bowling . . , Swimming . . . G.S.A ..,. Farrell's . . . Ralph . . . Mac . . . Dover Rover GBY to everyone, You are great friends . . . I love you Mom and Dad . . .Thanks for everything. 62 Seniors JOHN FORD Love Peace: War Hate "One thing I can tell you is you've got to be Free" Gord! BL's Soccer . . , jesters Muddy, Hymie, Dan, Bob, It's our wall . . . UAH" . . , Live to Surf, Surf to live, Dawn raids with jeff, There is only one success, to live your life your own way. Myths, Marie, Stacey 8: jC ... meaningful music .,. What's wrong wfyour carjR . . , Thanks Folks, DAVE GAGNON "Squiggy", "Herman" The Bench RR, CC, GM, DH, LC and Friends, Thanks for everything . . . Special thanks to Madame C., Mr. D., Mr. 8a Mrs. G . . . prom '81 Wrestling Skiing ra- quetball ,. . Girls .. . Mom 8a Dad you're wonderful . . . off to college wfmy Volkser . . . Don't forget these are the best of times. JOHN FRANCA jose F. GARCIA, JR. Found around . . . "What's jammin' tonite?" . . . Sup? . , . Can't forget Sarge, Rj, the Briz Kid, the Stud, and the rest . . . Pourquoi? Merce Mme Chaillou . . . Cruisin my Datsun . . . LPQ . . . Summer '81 . . . "Life in general" . . . off to college then Med school . . , Keep jammin' the tunes . . . Soul . . . Frustrated by no cash and due dates Loves God, Mom, Dad, jo-Ann . . . Mom, don't worry! . . . Later! THOMAS EDWIN FRANKLIN F is for , . . Edgar, Fools on the Hill und the umbrella - remembers: jenny, Ambc Pam, Cari, Lady Ka, MJC, BVH, PA, C4 GF, RR, KM, PC, RT, CS, ML, RL, Shi up, Ruth! MR, TE, GG, PW, Mary Ra Clare B, Karen J, Cheerleader 80 . Homecoming '80 wfAmber, My lockn wfPam, Being wfjenny "I knew . . . Beatles . . . Loves God, I Friends Thanks Mom 84 Yeah, and . . . 4?- GREGORY A. GEORGE "Gor" . . . I will always remember the gre times with DF, RB, NM, PW, EW, and a jesters. Thank you, Fr. Lanphier. Retrea with DR, TW, jB, RH. Thanks Fr. Bo Thank you Mom and Dadgl love you. Lo God, Family, Dan, Ronnie, and Nikki. ll be acting, flying, and playing my piano. PHILIP ANTHONY GIESING iilbert" Found at "The Bench" 'Char" .. . S.K,, M.K., RN., S.H,, ., I will remember dances uski" . . . Waterpolo . . . "M" . . . Swim im, Oct. 3 with "Char" M.K. and J. Most frustrated by fake people I violence. I love hot, sunny days, irlotte, family, friends, surf'n, the wildlife l especially my parents "Let's go rfing!" ! MARTIN GORENCE t forget Algebra 2 with D.D., R.S., ., P,E. with Gilbert . . . Surfing with n, Mike, Bill,joe,john . . . Cardiff trips - great . . .joe's Christmas Tree decora- . . . feel bad about 4 yrs of college . . . re me a quiz" , . . Colin's fla ,joe boys :ut . . . Hope I see all of my fiiends after i School. Bill's laybacks . . . Mike's ride. . . Bye. FRANK GIGLITTO KATHLEEN MARIE GREENWOOD "Greeny" . . . "Greenface" . , , Found anywhere . . . Always cherish times with Val, Trisha, Parties at Lolo's with N.C. boys Val's Bday and chmpgne after school with Bobbie A, 1Momj . . . Dehalo Dileechia Off campus with j.S., K.C., P.D .... Breakfast with j.R. - "Babycakes" . . . "Whada nutty" . . . "No sirree Bob" . . . Frustrated by Backing up . . . Love ya V.A., TI., NCB's, Mom, Dad, LLJ, BJ, PG, JM, God, EDWARD GOAN DARLENE HAEFLINGER New Yorker . . . Will remember DR, DH, Dances wfDon, especially Prom 80 . . . Grad nite 80. . . I luv and miss you dad . .. Mom, I luv you more than I can say Thanks Dawn 8: jackie for when I needed my sister Don Bufalini is why I'm so happy , . , D 6: D 3-21-80 . . . Don, you tru- ly are the biggest part of me . . . We've only just begun ro live . . . Bye Uni!!!!! JOAQUIN F. GONSALVES "Go-go" Varsity football 142 Great times with Suzie . . . The boys at the corner . . . PED, Z, Mike, Rich Road trip . . . The Gunga - PF, -IS, JC, RG, RV, JR . . . Summer '81 .. . Louie, Louie . .. Charity Bowl '81 . . . Midnite snacks at Al's wf 1 8: 2 . .. Frustrated by Italians and Patti Deely . . . Luv ya Suzi and Mrs. Deely , . . Thanks Mom and Dad for everything! 1 l i LORAINE DALE HALL "Dale" . . . "BillyBob" . . . pnut butter, HV, - Rj, True friends . . .jaggeritis . . . VB -- Balboa Ct., Mudpie at ChartHouse - Bear-Spaz - what an Elliott! . .. love you Anut . . . Park City . . . More fun . . . Santa Barbara . . . Tami Miema 8: white wine - 7 . . . Reggae .. . BH, jill, friends! Fairmont? . . . Cramps - D - Bands . . . Apollo - AShh . , . A new mom-Rabbit, MCKO - 1, I wanna horse . . . U2 fame . . . in mags, PL, Luv, Suz, Cure, Ruts, GM, Family!! Seniors 65 PATRICIA ANN HARVEL "Tishia" good times wfG.E.L.E.L. Summer '81, Raquetballffiadminton . . . Skiing Sun Valley . . . Tahitian dancing . . . special friends . . . GL, ES, EP, LL, LQ, AS . . . 8z the gang , . . MCPS Sisters . . , The Theatre . . . Broadway Musicals . . , singing, dancing . , . "South Pacific" . . . my Porsche? . . . Hawaii . . . Loves, God, fami- ly, friends . . . Mom, Dad 81 Tani , . . I love you . . . Life is forever , . .Thanks Uni. DONALD H. HEWITT 64 Seniors ROBERT HARVEY Dread I Dub culture Frustrated by conformist . . . Be open minded ,. . Music tames all and informs all , . . Europe '82 . . . l won't forget my friends . . . Love you JE, CE . . . I love you Mom and Dad and Lynne too. WILLIAM HOLLINGSWORTH "Billy" . . . me an my Prindle-fly a hull . . . San Felipe '81 Uni airborne - The suicide team . . . Prom '81, what a blast . . . T.L. "m" the O.B. Rat Super, Jeffery, and Randical . . . Can I borrow a dime? . . , Well, goodbye all you people, have fun! . . . P.S. It's "Sir" Jethro Bodine Rush, Floyd and the Who, What a concert!! . .. Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you!!!!! ROGER HAYES "Roger Dodger", "Rog" . . . found all over, Great times off campus JW., P.W., BH., D.H. .. . Weight training . . . Motor- cross . . . All tracks Southern CA . , . Crashes at San Diego Stadium . . , will remember getting radical "Hurtin for certain" Frosh F.B. frustrated by homework on weekends Hot summers at Encinitas! . , . "See you around" ELIZABETH HELEN HOLMAN "Beth" "Elizabethie" "Marybeth" . . . found everywhere with Ker and Jul . . . good times with Ker, Jul, AB, AR, KK, SL, TW, SO, SB . . , Powderpuff . . . Stats , . .Jr. 8: Sr, years . . . Frustrated by Mr. Gorsich 8: boring papers Virg liz MY "Why me" ... Orange ... 21 rolls ... reject ... Jokes . , . "Thank Ker, you're a great friend" "Cold pizza in the parking lot" "Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you!" BELINDA O. HERNANDEZ "Linda" . . . found near Senior stairs. . . w always remember KF, PR, Dan F,, C 8: L Sc all my special friends , . . will rememb Prom '81, '82 8: spcial times wffriends . Cross Country '81, coaching the "mad" ' Volleyball team frustrated by airheai 84 low ambitious people "ya squid "waah" . . .Thanks Mom 84 Dad Luv ya. "S.C.K. roadrunner" "Beep-beep" BRENT VON HORN "Phillip", "Buff" . . . Mary Frances Kathrj Rice RPA PA, TF, MC, AM, C PP, JS, GF, EW, DU, R 8: ML, MM, G RT, and Herrsteves . . . Remember fools t the hill and the Beatles . . . Are you Blu Watt? . . . Smile CS . . . Waitress ffl, Fudg Semi-clever This is true Kasal chop! Oh, Yea . . . Unga Bunga? Love yi very much Mom 8: Dad, Family and G4 . . . Remember Me? We went to I together. DENISE HOYT GILBERT ILLESCAS knames: "Everything" . .. found 1where" . . , Thanx:-IB,-IS, BS, OZ, TY, BMH, M,M., RM, AM, JC, CB. 6cMy BBug Skiing Aspen, Mam- h, Utah, with the GANG Thanks Peck for V. Basketball quarters, Suz, Artesians frustrated by myself, ' belly, "Is it me for a moment", Ikin' 'bout my GGGeneration", "Fun rr" . . . thanks Mom 84 Dad . .. I love STACEY LEA HUFFMAN GGLL V-ism wawa! Bloons, bonfires! . . . DRCSALCasa, wenchls, 31 FCDGD . , . Eg ...TP Gig, Mr. BQMSH . . . pk Poky? ahuh6thow...C21...BBQ...Mts... Vriety spice life . . . Udy Zmoro, Wtrmelon . . . Rpalm safteypinhed Lui. . . tele. , .6qLj beach . . . Baja . . . Biocrik nun suferfBfgirl ,..360...Clifs...TIGERRox96...cruz . . . Australia . . . BFDEb, Rosie, Chris, gxs forevr . . . luv it! . . . laughter, frenz, family, God, XOX, M0mfDad, ABS, CLIFFORD INLOW AMY HUGHES "Amy" . . . found at stairs and off campus will remember good times wfDebbie . . . MM,-IR, DL, DD . . . talk with Denise . . . Prom '81 . . . Show Chorus, Sea World . . . plans to live in Australia . . . frustrated by guys, Psy . , . loves guys, rainbows, unicorns, Ferraris, the beach . . . endless summer nights wfPC Hey toots Ooh Lola . . . We made it mom! , . ,Thanks . . ,I love you!! STEPHEN M. IZUNO "Wheat" hangin' at the palm wfCole, Hogan, Bo, Re, On, Babs, joe, Dee, Tom, Weener, Odds, Pat ,. . will remember Sky Show 8: all night venture wfthe crew soccer baseball . . . cross country . . . frustrated by goon Larrys 8: donut girls . . , Have another dozen I'm feelin' alright wfthe crew . . . Remember VV 8: ski beach . . .Thanks Mom 8: Dad for everything. DAN A. IGNOSCIJR. "Red" ...found wfGK sometimes and the RB gang, riods . . . will remember Mr, and Mrs, Gorsich, Fers, Mohead, Big Dave, Ho, cc, DR, Mama, Spike, jv and v soc- cer Palomar bound, FG's frustra- tions: English, Math, jV Soccer, no car, parents, carpools . . , love most: sports, fun, arcades fav. saying: Get a haircut GS, Fers, EA thanks Mom for the transfer, love always. ELIZABETH ANN ACOBELLY "Liz" . . , Ound on the lawn . . . will remember Donna, Rosie, and Mandy likes to dance frustrated by English teachers, test, and Kathy , . , My Salamander . . . Fred . . . Thanks Mom and Dad . . , Hack, I love you." Seniors 65 LISA LJACOBO "Munchkin" At locker , .. Will remember Carla, Lisa, Liz, Kim, LE, MM, TH, Dl,, GP, MV,JR, MM, ES, TE . , . Mr. "A" Mr. Ramos lic Mr. 84 Mrs. G. Will remember most about Uni Mr. Shelburnes tests Football games Spirit Week E 84 F Blocks My "Good" jokes Thanks Drill Team. I love you, Mom, Dad, Ted, Fernando, Mork, Mindy 8: Misty Blu. GREGG KELLY I can't show up tomorrow, my Grandma died Will only remember people I've known Plan to be either a Nuclear Physcist or wino will get to Aspen sometime with BS,JB, GI, OZ, etc . , . Can we go home now? Thanks a lot for everything Mom and Dad. JENNIFER LYNNEJENKINS ,. . with Leslie B . . . Ramos, LB, RS, JC, PD, JS, KC, RH,JF, GS, DH, JO, TZ, NB. .. Detentions. , , Mr. A . . . V-Ball . . . Cheer wfKC, PD, JS, Hagendaz Drama at Parker , . . "It was a gas" . , .Wax- ie Reag! Anthony! . . . UCLA . . . Moviestar . . . Dishonest people . . . Luv money, clothes, outgoing people, L.B, Mark del Muro, ME!! Life is a game, play it! l i J. STEVAN KEMP "Steve" usually found at the rink Thanx for lunch, Dan, I owe you . . . I will rememberJ. Breher 6: Lisa E . . . 3 yr bowl- ing Club Prez Good times at the rink with LR, DM, TA, GD, AC , . . Frustrated by Lisa, Loves Lisa My partner April, Thanx, we're great . . . Biggest thrill, finals with Dad , . . Thanx much, Dad . . . Smile A quitter never wins, a winner never quits. CELESTE MARIE KANKOWSKI Cel . . . U R SpecialJules, Shel, Mo, Lis . . . PJ Parties with Dwarfs , . . 254 will do it . . , Wtr fight Q19 LB . . .BB cars , . . Beach walls ... CB '81 waking in wagon ... Hey Managers, SPRINT . . . HC 81 wfL6zM . .. Fun x's wfMW, JB, SO, MC, AC, KH Sr, VP 84 CO . . . Supriz 4 me? ...Ski-VV WXVPS . . , My SA ...I Luv Gran 81 Trac Never 4 get U I luv Mom, Dad, Malp 84 God . , . Mo, There's a reason . . , Luv. . , Paul 8a smiles, being me. GREGORY N. KETCHUM "Ketch" ... M4 ... Brando ... Football . . . "I was open" , . .JB . . ,CIF Baseball '81 . . . "Patience" . . . MW . . . Smooth as Silk ...wfMillayJ480... GM ...The PB Con- nection, 7f7 to 1444 8: J480 the best of Times with Eve . . . All of my friends . . . All the people , . . "You know me, but you don't know who I am." Life is a state of mind . . . MARGARET MARY KASIMATIS "Margaret" found on the grass and Rm, 58 Laurie, Kim, Liz ... w remember AP History and day before tl test Prof. Honeydew and mole talk . Folk group, HAW, Political Awareness ., I'll be in school forever . ., "Oh brother frustrated by ignorance . . . love my frien God, and music . , . Thank you lj Lichtman, 1 at BRIAN W. KEVES Kevin . . . Computer Room . . . Chess C Cycling Club General Atomic UCSD . . . Cal Tech . . . Engineering . . . English, History, Calculus . . . PolifSci C . . . Litchman , . . Shelburne . . . Tibbs Araiza . . . Badminton . . . Dan . . . Greg Arcade . . . Europe . . . Cycling .. . Rock . . . Creativity . . . UTC . . . Up with fus . , , down with nuclear weapons . . . Utc . . , Sociofeconomic equality . . . PAO perfect society. 4 , , KRISTINE MARIE KIEFER Kris" . . . found wfSharon . . . babysitting - Domailles Fun x's wfSL, AR, RW, xW, BK, TL, BH, KS, ,IL . .. C.B. '81 - 'oogeyman FV Dippin-Bruises . . . S.B. arties . .. RWS Cough syrup . . . pizza . . , JR ice cream Shopping LT Diets" . . . hobbycatting. Confused by Mr. iorsich, math, homework and guys! Your aby made it, Mom! Love and thanx always Iom, Dad and the 5K's. KRISTINE LEIGH KIRKENDALL Cris" always with Linda where's indaf .. . The sunshine twins . . . ustrated by Mr. Gorsich . . . Hi, Mr. Peck .Elaine... Mac's...GK ...Ihate my ir. Do you have your keys? What are iends for? . . .I will always love you Mat- ew, Linda . . . Football and ski beach . . . :t's go! . . , Someday I'll have my Red Bar- ietta, Peace . . . Mick Jagger .. . SP, PH, hanks everyone. RAYMOND-IOSEPH KIEFF ER "Kief' found most laces fun with Red, Stubby, Bri, TBJCFAA, SC, - nights at Lolo's North County Crew fun at Bekins with MC and JR ...Keep trying Burns D blk is fun in E blk Look forward to college Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you . . . Frustrated by stuck up girls and 50 min. classes . , . record chipper . . . buy buy. MICHAEL KNIGHTEN "Michael" . . . our bench . , . bench people will remember school dances Bc Friday nites . . . 1 Swedish party , , . Forget summer '81 Do I get a kiss, good night? I was only joking!!! Am I worth it? Ralph likes Tonies chalk it up to experience . , . 1 girl I wanted . . . 2 pretty girls,jacki Sz Melinda . . . Loves family, God, ESP. Good Friends. Chow!!!!! i DEANNE M. KINNINGER "Guera" found at the ranch will remember Lucia my first friend at Uni summer '81 in Mexico wfBeto, "What a blast!" . , , Love horses, blondes, fast cars 8: traveling Frustrated by stoplights and delays . . . Thanks to all of my friends for all of the terrific times, Really special thanks to Meave for all that you taught me! Thanks, Mom!!! ELIZABETH ANN KOCH "Bethers", "Biff", "Bethlehem" Found with Trish 81 the gang. . . piano . . .CSF . . . Ski Club PAO Club wfM.L. D0 you have a probable cause? Ya want to be an ar- chitect? Frustrated by metal detectors, politics, doctors, airheads, pronouncing my last name, carpools . . . the Boogeyman . . . Loves pizza, skiing, jellybeans 81 Jacuzzis . . ,Thanx, Mom 61 Dad. SHAWN AMMON KINNINGER S.A,K. The bench P,B., MK, BW, JR, 'IL, MC, TE Music and clothes Materialistic wo-man me? Thanks Tim and Nancy! Future? Dr. Kinninger ... Diamonds are forever . , . My love . . . Kristine a part of me and my life . . . One day we'll meet again , . . 3 favorites - Sally, Annie, Elizabeth. Thanks Mom 8: Pops, I love you. EDWARD OWEN KREUSSER "Bear" ... Scamming ... Surf's up . .. me and the "boys" .. . Soccer '79 , . . partying , . .jP, VH, PB, DL , . . Concerts . . . neck deep powdenjigstrike! Turn up the volume! Quarters, cookie jars, P.B. shores, Prime score! Can't stand rainy days, classical music, term papers, losing. Loves family, friends and life. Seniors 67 l LUCIA KATHERINE LACHMAYR "Lukie" . . . "Louie" . . .Found at the rancI-I . . . Always tardy . . . Special Frenz: Rubie, Deanne 8: Babbetts, Wfrmbr NB, AP 8: F, NG, LG, BG, AR, TR,jB, WC, BD, GC, MD, dz PB. Frustrated by apathy, world probs, carpls, chauvys Bc phonies. The ranch 81 Wild Wed's. "It's possiboon Love God, family, nature, horses 6: VW's. "It's been real." Thanks Mom 8: Dad for caring so much. ILY . . .T.G.I. Over. SEAN D. LAVINE "Seen Laveen" . . . Long-Legs . . . soccer . . . Football Will remember BK, GM, SD ..."Schultz" 6a my wife, HD . . . Mr. Roth "Semi-clever" . . . Frustrated by tickets and tests . ., Benny Hill! ., . "Well Done Melonie!" . . . "Big Deal" . . . "Hey jack!" "The Beat" Go to UCLA Dr, Lavine? Sears Thanks Mom and Dad. 68 Seniors ERIC ARUTA LALLANA "Which Eric?" . . . Bowling Club . . . Chess Club NHS CSF Found everywhere WDM, EG, jS,jE, TC, TE, and everyone on Senior stairs. Will always remember all my teachers . . . Mr. Shelburne and his Okra My Erst day Spirit Week '81 Impersonating Mr. Zoll on Senior Day . . , Frustrated by bad jokes . . . Thanks God, Mom, Dad, Family and friends . . . "Be flexible." DEBORAH ANN LEACH "DEB-Casper", OLP, Kearney, Uni Proms 80, 81, 82. All my friends, Sandi, Angela, Rika, Meg, Alicia,john, Amy . . . Ski Beach , . . State Parties . . . GQ-guys . . . Mr. A . . . Summer of '81 with Ron, Being fat . . . Diet Dr, Pepper , . . My shrink, l'm so mean and insane! Turning 18, eating peanuts and cheese Graduation Going to Mex- ico wfRon . . . "Turtles" . . . Love to Mom and family. Thanks 4 High School, Mom! ANGELE MARY LA PLANTE "Hi, hunya" . . . I love you too much baby, WAIT WHAT. Even Gucci would be pro- ud! Limo nights, dance all night in Rome, Audi today Rolls.Royce tomorrow. I spy 004 . . . Lions . . . Travel Europe . . . Race a Ferrari Fashion design Speak Fran- cais and roam the disco's of the world. Loves friends and the good times we share. je Taime Mom merci. JACQUELINE MARIE COLLETTE LEATH "Qui" . . . Found wfMelu or at R stairs . . , will never 4get MK, BW, SA, KJ, RL, HA, MS, LG, Kj, TE, OM, PK, STE 8: my Brooke will always luv my baby sister Melinda . . . It's you 8: me against the world . . ,.IV .. . Bumble Bee . . . Swensens H. C. 80f81. Loves Mel, friends, God, Mom 84 family, sun, weekends, Mr, 81 Mrs. K I luv U Daddy. I'M GOING TO TAKE ALL THE WORLDS GOT TO GIVE AND GIVE IT ALL I'VE GOT!!! JAMES VAN BUSKIRK LARUE jimmy" . . .jr. yr. The Big Transfer . . . on the grass wfTR, LM, TM . . . Will remember all the girls LA, EC, BC, MV, RE, AH, Mivrjs . . . 1 love KC . .. Fiesta, ski-good sense rail em' up. . .The Prom . . . jeanne I am not a veg E14 ever Thanx 4 the rides TB . . . Frustrated by this whole neo-political scenario ... Kenipopobra' always Thanx Mom Mom, Dad, Lucy Alle I luv you . . . I've on- ly just begun. PATRICIA MARIE LEGGETI HTTEGGELH . . . "Trish" . . . Frustrated bf Mr. S 8: essays losing my voice 8 Psych! found wfBiff and Margie .. Boss? Basketball ...jB, MB, SM, .. Hi, CM 8: KV . . . Socials wfSL, KK, RW etc . . . Boogeyman . . . Gov't wf Mr, L . , Prom '81 wfBill . . . Fr. LaRiv's wisdom . . jel College Loves family, God, Fri Greg "We've got all the time in th world." . , .Thanks Mom 8: Dad! RON LIPSCOMB 'Lippy" M2 Football 80-81 Lisa B. 53. The Boof Prom '81. 1-LC. 79-81 . . , MN, iM T-Bone OZ . 251 re rom 81. . GIOVANNI LOCOCO , , . . p p . ,oves Mom, Dad, Sister, L.B. Thanks for ll Mom and Dad. SHELLEY MARIE LOZANO Sheldon" Dad's lil' girl 4 yr, of heer ...CC 79-81 , , . CB80-1 . , . HC 80-1 ,. will remember 4f25f81, 10f30f81 ... un x's wfjules, Cel, PTH,jS, PD, MR,jL . Always laughin . . . yellow rozs . . . rom 80-S1 .,. Soph. yr. wfME . . . Found innin' wfDad ... M-it hurts to be autiful MG, FRL, FRC, MD . . . To E your best ,. . No Big Deal ,.. Luvs CM, FTBL 81 God. Thx 2 my spcl fmly 8: iends . . . Mom, Dad 8cjoey, I luv U. RHONDA LYNN RITA LOEWER "Shortie" "Talent" Found on the Sen. stairs. Frustrated by dippy chicks and slow drivers. Loves God, Mom, Dad, fami- ly, Patti, Theresa, Teresa, julie, Laurie, Margot, Donna, Dan, Steve, Greg, jim, Eric, 84 last but not least, Molly and unicorns Garfield, rainbows, grace, talent, dignity . . . GTD Bowling Team . . . Thanks Mom and Dad GOD BLESS YOU ALL! COREEN LUDECKE SHARON ANNE LUEBBERS "Luebbs" , , . skating . . . always found wfKris ... Fun x's WXKK, AMR, RW, TW, LAP, BK, TL, BH, KS,jB, SP, LC ,... C.B. '81 , . . Boogeyman , . . F.V. Dippin . . . Loves skating at Skyline . . . Future plans - to be a national Champ!!! Frustrated by Mr. Gorsich 8: slow drivers etinuir SB Parties RWCS . . . Pizza . . . Thanks for everything Mom, Dad and family. I love you!! ERIC LOFGREN I.. MICHAEL LUKPETRIS Mike What? . . . How do you spell it? . . . Last seen everywhere at once will remember EVERYTHING! Plus The Fools on the Hill Mika, Brent, Tom, Pam, Ambie, Sis, jen, Paul, Sher, esp. GUF, Thanks. Art wfRosa . . . Gym wfPraith . . . Willie Mr. Z Mr. R Mr. A's. Thanx too! Priest? Me? Ask the man upstairs Hey, Mom 8: Dad Well, you know, Thanks wflove . . . Goodnight. Seniors 69 RUTH ANNE LUKPETRIS "Ruthie" . . . Found with Amber, Lianne . . . going to the plays wfSusan. "I want to go Home." Being at school at 7:00 in the morn. "Oh, shut up, Tom." Will remember Lisa, Trish, TF, KM, CR, VR,jS, DK. 'Today is the day you worried about yesterday." Thanks Mr. A and Mr. Dundas. Loves the Lord, Mom, Dad, Paul, Dave, joe, Becky, and Mike, my twin brother. BRIAN MAGUIRE Thanks Mom and Dad, I appreciate all you've done There's no better way to end all of this than to go on a summeralong binge wfFredo, Mike,-john, Ray,j0e, Tim, Pat, Mario and, of course, Kasie. 70 Seniors HECTOR ANTONIO MACIS "Tony" . . . Always will remember my good friends, LM, TR, NM, and TK wfmany great times together . . . plus to all my other friends, thanx will never 4get a great person Coach Peck 8z the Varsity BB team "XYZ Mr. McGrath" Loves the beach and sun . . . Led Zep and the Doors Rolling Stones 81 Thanks Mom, Dad and Diana for everything, I love you. MARY BETH MAHADY "Mahady" . . . best pals - Riordan, Moore, 61 Barrow. Del Mar 12-19-80. Help pillow shortage? Big A or Lil' A! Swab Nite fWinkj chased By MP's. Miramar 9-19-81. Don't call him "The Boss." Springsteen 9-2- 81 my nite . . . Going to the fair wfBarrow. It's gonna rain, Riord. Fine, Moore, Fine others . . . Squeak, DH, PP, LV, MB, MR, Kev. . . Love Ma, Pa . . . Born to run. JOHN C. MADRUGA "Bo" . . . "l'm in the crowd wfgood friends Hogan, Wheat, Cole, Oddo, Baby, joe 8: Pat ...Sky show 81 CFS 8: NS at the Big Sky. Parties at Ski and VV . . . "Feeling alright wfthe crew." 999 Basketball Z. Peck style . . . V. Soccer . , . Will remember special x's with Lisa . . . Homecoming Din- ner . . . "In the City" . . . Thanks Mom and Sir, you're the best. PAUL MANDERFELD Z E RICHARD EDWARD MADRUGA "Rejon" hanging at the tree wfHoag, Bab, joe, Cole, Ekno, Wheat "Oddo for Pres. campaign 81 upset . . . "I've got an un- controllable urge" VV, Ski Grogs Homecoming escort Goon Larry's . . . Have another donut . . . The Rude Boys . . . Lip up . . . No live? . . . Basketball with the Zack attack . . . DS 84 PP . . . Sinx, SK, KB, 8: ME . . . GP . . . Thanks Mom 8: Sir for everything. ANNETTE GINA MANGIAMELI A-nut . . . P-nut butter, HV-R-I, true friends jaggeritis. VB-Baboa Ct . . . mudpie at ChartHouse . . . Bear, what an Elliott! Love you Lori . . . Park city-more fun. Santa Bar- bara. In gas Holly, BLk mare, Nikki, thanks Skiing wfLisa B-nut, Elizabeth, jess, Scott jackie, Sisters. Luv K. Loggins, Freddy oldies. GQ my SR really! I love you Georgette, Patti,joni, Lisa, Mom and Dad. s X g DANIEL R. MANSUR Jan" . . . Found by my locker wfA, C 81 WXO a pen . . . always late but excused 'fk note . . . "I lost my contact or my car :uldn't start" Willie's a joke Fk rking wfDW 81 CF BL I was 8Ch hind CR your in the way DSI puld have got an ajy . . . "the Black lllet" . .. AESME I knew that . . . S i 5 ps ...j. yr. lunches Hate pep lies 81 25 m. lunches. Oh, ya, thanx Mom Dad. STEPHEN P. MARSHALL "Marsh" .. . "Dawg" . . . Found all around . . . will remember OZ, Lippy, Bones, Nauts, Hog, POOPS, Coach Mayfield, Rubidoux, wrestling . . . football . , , skiing in Mammoth. T. slammers, quarters, "What's up" , . , Good x's at Ski, VV, Rocky Horror wfOZ, BAX Frustrated by girls, cars . . . Debbie . . . Special thanks to DD, jS, SL, KC, CK, MOO, DEE. Luv ya Mom 81 Dad, Mark 81 Margaret. LINDA ANNE MASON lnda Mae" "Mae" . . . seen floating thru npus . . . going nowhere. I will remember :ations and holidays. Leave my love Fr. Leo Hope 2 pass the bar :od x's wfKris 81 everyone .. . Love the er and before school parties . . . Thanks all the understanding Mommy and Dada "Closer to the heart" are EW, SO, C, DN, AR, CI' 81 ylfl is KK. SHARYL MARIE MASSEY Found wandering around campus wfElaine , . . will remember CB, EW, CCC-GW, ID, jC, MF, 81 the party spot . . . loves good x's wffriends, animals, my family, Keena, Coke and flirtin' with disaster Hope to be a vet . . . frustrated by Sr- parking lot and short lunches . , . "The way you go must be your decision" . . . Thanks for everything Mom! ILY LAURIE MARTINEZ Space . . . nowhere . . . lying in the grass . . . Margaret . . . Kimmy . . . rich kids . . , over run wfmods .. . swimming fanatic . . . workaholic . . . sleeping in class . . . graduating Feb. 9 . .. Semester of R 81 R . , . off to Mexico . . . frustrated by Myself 81 pollution . . . loves nature 81 God. Let it be. dir SEAN MCCARTHY Sean" found mostly at tree will remember PMC,jS, TM, MV, EN . . . V.V. . . . Prom 82 . . . special x's with friends . . . parties SCIROCCO Racing RUSH . . . frustrated by low intelligence and slow drivers . . . loves Mom 81 Dad . . . "Scirocco Action" ... What you doing? . .. "Hey man" . .. Special thanks to Mom and Dad for their support! JULIE ANN MASCARI 'jules" "Brace yourself' 3 yrs. rah! CB 81 . . . Pr. H.C. 80 . . . "Limo" Proms 80, B81C 4me , . . roses . . . stats wftweery, track found jogging wfMC, crazy x's wfSL, PM, MR, MD, CK, P 81 -I . . . 9f25f81 sfzzfso "Being me" I luv u, Cel, Shel, Pty, Mark, KGC 81 God. Luv ya squads . . . Sunshine-Grazie my love and friendship 4 ever, Thanks Mom 81 Dad, Gr 81 Gr U R the greatest! Bye Uni! ANTHONYJAMES MCCLENDON Seniors 71 SHELLEY CHRISTINE MCKEONE Too-tall roof will remember BS, MB, Super, Say-hey, TL, SPROUT, TV, MC, Basketball wfSuper fwhat a Bettyj and say-hey . . . Volleyball wfSprout Bt MC . . . will always remember good times in 79-80 wfTV 8: LL . . . 50 WUP 6: Co. Frustrated by bottom lockers Good luck MB 8: BS Love my family, friends, God and Food . . . Thanks Mom and Dad - I love you. ,CRISSA MEINERT Found wffriends . . . KV, TL, BK, MS . . . Ace I missed ya Soph yr. TV, SM, BC Let's do 8: say we didn't Toned My poor car! Basketball frustrated by a terrible four-letter word - work . . . and by Biology wfTibbs . . . Rocked bumper cars Donuts .. , Thanks Mom Bi Dad, I love you. 72 Seniors MARJORIE MARY MCKINLEY "Margie" Princess M 84 M Queen . . . Close to Deb, Sue, Trish, Beth, Peps . . . Frosh Prez wfiis, RD, FR, JR Colt '73 . . . OKLAHOMA 80 wfCM . . , Trad C-Ir . . . Mr. T., Laurie, Mr. G. D. Pride . , . ffl-I VB Capt . . . Mr. A., fDadj, AM,jP, CE . .. Swim Tm Mang . . . Mr, L, Al, DK,-IR,jS often on sts usually eating "I want" won't forget Proms, HC wfR. Misses Mom '79. Loves God 8: family .. . Thanks Dad. MARIO MENDOZA just myself. . . will remember good times at the bench wfBB, CS, MG, MR Air- brush, Art, cramming for Gorsich's math class Frustrated by math, Francais Loves women, art, clothes, designing 8: money . . . Hopes to be a famous designer one of these days . . . Fidm Genesis Pas . . . I don't know! Thanks, Mom, Dad Bt family for everything. Later. l LIAM MCMAI-ION The tree gang lives on! and on! Later on everyone 8: TDJL, A, RW, LC , , . See you sometime, somewhere. Yes rules! Full Pull KD, EMBO 81 others Buy my art, I need the money! Will remember art 81 LR , . . Now LH. Party on and later to all whom I never say Hi to Life is full of kings and queens who blind your eyes and steal your dreams. PATRICK BRANNIGAN MILLAY "Pat" . . . CIF Baseball '81 . , , Football 14480 . . . Charity Bowls 80-81 . . . Serrano, Ramos, Mayfield, Z., Rubidoux, Carl C wfKetchum 91444 . . .The PB Connection . . . Sr. Prez., almost at Ski, VV wfHogan, Babs, Coley,joe and some G's . . . What a Larry! Frustrated by fast DB's 8: Gar's fumbles! The whole crew .. . Maria 61 me . . . Q. are we not men? Thanks Mom and Dad. 3 I NATALIE MARIE MCPHAIL "Nikki" . . . never found ,,, rembr KK,jf PD, GM 81 2 yrs. cheering . . . Sopl princess . . . Frosh yr. fruitfights . . . danci . . . Gar - still luv ya like a son! Thanx fc all the encouragement! U too GG an- Cheryl . . . Hey, don't eat that banana! Lov KK, puppies, white roses, 84 people wh- like U 'cause they took the time to know L , , . frust. by rumors! It just doesn't mattei Thanx Ma Bt Pa. GAVIN D. MILNER "Gavin Blod" . . . Found by the bushes . . . Will remember "BMI-I Gang", IO., SL, CW, GI, JB, BS, Miss Rosa, Mrs. G Golf 80-81 . . . Lichtman 8: Wash? . . . Golfing wfjO 8: the folks . . . Art center , could be . . . Frustrated by Spanish, A.P. English Bt papers. "Mrs. Rosa, I don't know what to do." . . .Love my family, friends 6t so many art classes . . . We need more men on the job. AMES FUAD MISLEH Sta ", "Klinger" . . . The Stairs, The Wall . Remember EL, DS, GS, PZ, TF, RL,jB, E, IZ, TA, SB, ML, TC, DG, ES, TE, R, LR, Fr. T. Shelburne, Lichtman, ashbum, Doyle, Wilson . . . Good x's, eerleaders, people . . . PAO, Chess Team . Doctor . . . Susie, Elena May, Bad jokes . God, family, money, women . . .! iwsal Don't take life seriously because ru will never live through it! W ,V.,... . -, . ,S . , F. MARY W. MORAN oz", Grn M8cM ,... Found walkin wfLE . Will always remember good times wfall r frenz, Dawn, MM, LE, RW, AR, CN 8: 'i, Crazy teachers, powderpuff . . . Tennis Willie . . . Summer of '80 81 '81 .. , My ure - Lee 8: Study Psychology. Thank Mom 8: Dad . . . Loves God, Nature, ily, Dawn, Frenz, Ziggy, Chargers, VG specially Lee . . . "Aannnyway" ROBYN MIZOGUCHI LINDA MARIE MORRILL "Blonde" . . . Found everywhere . . . Donuts, Vs Softball . . . we're AWESOME coach! Thanks for making my high school yrs. so meaningful, PA, TM, TR, SP, 84 PC . . . I will always remember you Mr. C. Thanks for everything . . . XYZ Mr. McGrath! . , . Stones '81 . . . Pat Benatar . . . Loves to surf 81 watch sunsets . . . frustrated by having to wait . . . I love you Rick . . . I made itl Mom 81 Dad. DENISE ELAINE MOORE "Nieser" always in trble wfDor, Mary, Cara Del Mar, 12f19f80 help Dor nd a pillow? Let's go upstrs swab nite, 6f19f81, mm, The Bust 9f2f81, Springsteen I need scurity won't 4get Phee, EC, DH, MF, PP, The Gang '8C tespsupe . . . rem abt Uni 2:10 Bc SB wfpals . .. Heidi, Watch the Fence! , . . Frogs ,, , Famqt. Fine . . . sum. '82 NY . . . Luv ya Ma 8: Dad. KENNETH WILLIAM MOSER "Ken" . . . will remember all my friends esp, joe, Tim and jim , , . The Who, Doors ... Yosemite camping the awesome outdoors. Experience all you can v live life to the fullest and don't ever forget. Thanks to my family and friends who helped. RANDY S. MOORE "Rand" found at the Wrestlers bench with friends . . . Will remember: Spiderman, Libby,jW, TS, MC, and all rad wrestlers . . . Special thanks to Coach Harvey and Coach Napier . . . Loves to ski with the team, TC, JW, TS, BT, TS, DW . . . Frustrated by not making weight and Gorsich's tests. "Hey Pinhead, get off your back." . . . Loves God, thanks Mom, Dad 8: Bro. H ,,-r MARY MYLES "Old Mare" . . . will fem. DL, AH, AH, CN, TE, KJ, LL, MM 8c ESP. PC . . .junior off campus lunch . . . 9-19-81, 6-10-80 ELO , ,, Frustrated by being tickled . . , 11-19-81 . , . Wish it was easy , . . A fool will lose tomor- row in search of yesterday . ,. Thanks for you P . . . Nothing matters but the weekend from a Tuesday point of view . . . Springs- teen forever! Cradlesnatchers! I'm free. Seniors 75 ROSIE NARES GGLL . . . V-ism . . . Egg TP, waBloon in Limo wfDCSLACasa Wencholes jackBx , , . CW . . . Box 96 , . . RockyHor bagheads Fair BBQ , MsH, Mr B, Porky, Tomoro LuiLui "Ahuh 61 how" . . .jMV, H2Omelon, cliffs, Kellogs, Mammoth, 256, Marco, tourists, FCDGD BLK or Creme Colin Pics Gig . . . Re Inn moonf60 dy lover . . . scopin . . , sufer Bgirl Debbie, Chris, Stacey, Pinhead, Lady Crazy, Good Xs . . . Love ir! . . , Luv Mom 8: Dad. KIM NEELEMAN "Kim" found on the grass maybe . . . will remember Laurie, Lisa, Char, Maire, and creating with Ms. Rosa and Mr. A . ,. Swimming 78, 79, 80, 81 .. . Varsity C.I.F . . . always remember all my pals I found in and by the pool . . . I love movies, my bro's 8: Mom 8: Dad . . .thanks for everything. ELIZABETH-IEAN NORVELL "Liz" found with Lisa will always remember 12-1-79, Sea World buddies and parties, Summit '81, Triple play, Wmt z at jack's Ap Mist and Summer '81. Frustrated by tourists, stupid questions and Mr. Lichtman's ego Lisa, it's been real - Thanks, I love you, Craig!! Hawaii '82 . . . It'll be an experience. 74 Seniors if as .9 if ELMO ROBERT NOSARI,jR. CARLA NEWTON Will remember Summit Ski Trip wfL.W. 84 L.N . ., The Triple Switch Country B, etc, etc . . . Great teachers . . . Mr. S, Madame C, Mrs. Doyle, Mr. Dundas THANK YOU! good friends LJ., M.M., M.S ,. . Summer '81 . . . Frank . . . I love you, Mom, THANK YOU! , . . Finally good bye, Uni! ROBIN MARIE NIKOLOPULAS Found at wall, lawn always remember Tawnya,jo, Barb . .. Magic Mountain '81 with julie . . . Class of '82, ffl . . . will never forget all my teachers . . . Miss Niethus, Mr Roth, Mr. Wilson Happiness and fun times with friends enjoyed Math and Science College love you, Uni." Thanks Mom and Dad for the best years of my life, MICHAEL FRANCIS NOTTOLI "Notts" 71431 . , . VFootball 80-81 ,. . Prom '81 8: the PC . . . H.C. '81 . . . Never had so much fun wf3 girls . , . "Go out for Track", cs sL, js, PD, RL, Moosh, Dog, Ks, cs, cus so.si, 254, BMH, CL . . . Bnch . .. MrR, MrM The "M" has to go Mio, AM, TS, Moo, PWOSD Track ,,.ASB,Ha!...SOUP...Surf...Sum- mer '80 frustrated by JS!! loves Mom, Dad, T, D, K, c, A, 1, J. Thanks HD, LB, Mom and Dad! STEVE ODDO "Ods" .. . "Prez" . . . "Zorro" . .. ASB .. "Write me in " . . . Varsity Hoop . . Thanks Coach, friends . . . Bo, Re, Hogan Babs, Poops, Ty, Ang, Wheat, Zappy james, Deels, MM, CK, Trish, -IS, DR, My Cabinet f24 Lost wf Mac AP, 'IV Hoop, Balboa Ct . . . 7 am Mgc Mtn, Rol tacos, imagine . . . "It's been real" . . Thanks "O", Mom, and family, luv ya' Gm: "I am a rock, I am an island" - Pau Simon. TERESA R. O'FLAHERTY inks to everyone who reached out over years ,. . Can't wait for FVA! ., . with cial love to Irene and Leslie . . . special titude to Mum who held my hand along way, FEVEN EDWARD OSMERS :" . . . "The Dawg" . . . sometimes Steve BB,Rs ...wJ.B ...s.M G.I ., . will remember Rocky Horror with rsh . . . "Slammers will kill ya" . . . Aspen Mammoth '81, "25c" frustrated by veLodge, driving loves Mom, Dad, family . . . "Hey Clutch!" . . . Mrs. Gor- i, thank you Captain Varsity Foot- , 1981 . . . Thanks for everything, Mom Dad. .IUDITH IRENE OISHEI "Bev Sills" . . . found on stairs or on bench wfjill . . , will remember jsCn Sr Peggy 84 of course Lady Di "Babes" Oklahoma Talent Show 79-80 . . , Being a soprano is a trill a minute . . . WW the brood jr. Theater Starlite . . . Gilbert Bt Sullivan . . . New York, New York . . . frustrated by slow drivers loves opera, God, 8: Mom 81 Dad 6: Andy O! , . . future: The Met. ELIZABETH K. OWSLEY Bench crew , . . ski bumming wfNetsker '81 . . . Big Bear 8: Mammoth . . . S.V.F. wfSal, Cheese 8: Pad . . . Tennis wfBrett . . . River trip '81 . . . It's an Ed! . . . Tahitis 8: Rocks Sea Ln. at Summer Froyo Wtr Ski wfPat'S babe ASHSASHSASH , .. Kitters, the Rommel cat . . .j. Mc . . . H.C. '81 wfS.O, 8: friends , . . NYC is the place to bel . . , Hawaii '82 wffearsome foursome . . .luv ya, Mom and Dad. JOHN o'MALLEY "Suitcase" .. . with the BMH boys at the RUSH . . . I'll remember times wfSL, GABI . . NIB, BS, GI, CN, KF, GM . . . Sporadic Disease . . . Park game TD's . . . Sue, Rader . . . "frustrated" dreams not going my way Soccer I'd rather be at a journey concert . , . Homecoming '81, GD . . . favorite sayings: "Buff helmut", "Yes, Sir" loves: Mom, Dad, family, friends Gabi , . . "It's out" , . . I made it - yes sir! MARY E. PATTON I wish I had more time to thinkl . . . Swim team, Frisbee, Soccer loves the beach and mountains, rough water swimming . , . Teachers make Uni: Brad, Mr. A., Rosa, Gorsiches, Spring, Doyle ,... friends: Colin, jacquie, Kris, Sally, Kerry, Eckes . . . Social Action . . . I wish I were smarter . . . I love my family . . . "Cat's in the Cradle" . , . Keep smiling! . . . God Bless! ' JOSEPHINE ROSEANN ORLANDO 'jon . . . found at the scenic wall . . . always remember Mr. Shelburne 8: his okra, Tawnay 84 Robin . . . Sheming on DW, SO , . . 1979 Homecoming with Wayne . . . 1981 Prom wfTW, TR, -IS . , . Uni Basketball games horseback riding 8: running . ,. frustrated by making too many decisions . . .loves God, Dad, 84 family . . . "Yes, you toojomi!" . . . "Must be nice," JESSICA MARIE PICCINI 'jess" . . . Can I ever forget you: Bird, Nut- ters, Lester, Ka-T, Scooter and esp. you - Spot? Even though skiing in Mammoth, be- ing in the same French class for 4 yrs. living thru Fr, Tim, and meeting my huney was average I will cherish these memories ,, . Mom, I love U.. . Lin, Den 8: Gran, Ly too! . . . Scotty, you'll always be my E.L. . . . ILY! Adieu! Seniors 75 RICHARD PIETRAS PHYLLIS RENEE PRIDE "Phee" found with Denise always remember Ramona High and Jolie . . . Thursday nights with Di 8: J.D . . . waking up in the mornings, Psychology .. . shop ping with the gang, Renee getting caught weekends with Ron all the great times! camping The River hangin' around DM, CB, MM, DR . . . love ya' Mom and Dad, sisters and Ron. 76 Seniors MICHELLE MARIE A. PLANK "Shell" . , .good times at lockers '79, '80. . . Remember always: MB, AM, LD, RD, and Senor Atilano , , . Track '79 . . . Talent Show '79 . . . Homecoming '80 . . . frustrated by Fedmart Excuse me! best days of my life spent with E.DJ.R. making waves ,. . Go get 'em, Tracye Cherriedean!! Ppsychology, here I come . . . Thanx Mom, Grandma, Chris, Nina, and Friends. . . Bye . . . Uni. SUSAN PURCELL Betty, Super! , . . never found . . . Twang . . . SC Cohnhead - I'm sure, Bsktball wfSay Hey, Tree! Jesus is allright! Jules like abridge! Frustrated by goons, conformists Bob L.S.B.N. Coaches! won't 4get Pat Benatar '81! SM, BS, ASB, I kan type? Larry! Dave, Eva C - goon . . . All Bettys 81 Georges acknowledged! Dan! Bradley? L.M. What am I now? . . . Luv Mom, Dad, L, S, Paul, R, K, M, Mo - made it. ' r l i GENENIEVE THERESE POTTS Will remember: GF, CB, RA, MC, CE, BH, RN, PP, JR, DS, BL, LM, TM, Lynn, Kathy, Roberta, Superman and Chuck, Mr. Lichtman, Mr, Shelburne - HellofGood' bye - I got the last words . . . frustrated by: AM Radio, homework, and getting up early XYZ Mr. McGrath .. , Stones '81 will never forget Ray Thank you for everything, Mom and Dad I love you . . . A little green man in my head. LAURIE ANN PURSHOUSE "Laurie" found with the gang will always remember LJ, AR, TW, RW, KK, SL, JO, TR ., . Swimming '79 . . . Rolling Stones '81 . . . Tahoe . . . Canada . . . skiing . . . Sis in Tahoe . .. dreams: Be happy . .. me 8: LJ's l. 1 G.V.F . .. frustrated by my name, diets, and people who can eat anything and everything Dreamers live forever , . . thanks Mom, Dad, Lisa and Si. s 55? JOHN F. PRECIADO "Pres" 'JPN . . . Football, Charity Bowl 'E '81 . . .CIF Baseball '81 , . .Johnny's GT. frustrated by crutches . . . "Let's talk ' Bob" . . . Sweetheart Ball '81 . . . My Birtl day '81 . . ."Wait 'till Monday" . . . w always remember great times with SB, won't forget you "I am third" . . . lovr God 8: Family 8: being with SB . . . Thanl Mom 84 Dad. JULIA M. RAUNER 'Julien . . . 'Jules" . . . found wfTomg stair gang JL, JT, Ks, SK, SD, DH, MK, EC AM, BW, and all other friends wi remember VTennis wfDonny - ES, Bf HD, all my ASB buddies and Uncle Das ...parties, friends, beach, Summer, rr Mav, Kensington, Lagos . . . iQue sera sei Love Tom, ocean, sunsets, mountain family Thanks Mom and Dad, I lox YOU, PHILLIP C. RAVENNA 1il", "Rat" . . , found wfJim and Kerri by Wall will remember KF, JE, BH, V, SM, KT, Kv, DN, Dawn, c Block Donovan, parties, my friend Mr. Occifer Frustrated by busy work, senior parking :l blown engines . . . You only live once, t if you live it right, once is enough . .. x cliff dive at the Clam and Sunset Cliffs Thanks for everything Mom. MARI CELINE REISING e" . . . found around wfShell and Becka I'll remember Homecoming '78, '79, hm '81 .. . "The Boat", "Beaches", largarita 8: gumdrops" '79, '80, '81 ihion Shows - never would have surviv- wfout Mrs. K . . . frustrated wfFedMart, iool, always poor! "Smiles" , . . Ted's my 'e, my life! Wedding March 1985! "No Jblems, only solutions." Loves Ted, n, Chrly, Shell, 8: Family Bc Mrs. K.! OSEPH M. REDFIELD "Re " found at ecaETiT Football . . .Charity Bowl '80 . . . Prom '80 . . .Team Lolos parties with RK PS . .. BM , . . TB . . . MC . . . Test? What test? Now? . . . skiing at Steamboat . . . frustrated by pop quizzes . . . surfing in the fog . . . Ran- cho Roads . . .stuck up girls . . .and NI's + U's How many days till summer? Loves Mom, Dad and God, thanks . . . So many girls, so little time . . . "Tood0loo!" EDWIN M. REYES "Ed", "Sarge" found by the Wall will always remember the Paul B., Fred B., andJose G., PH, CH, FL, AL, LC, LL, CR, AV, EG, LL, NV,JG, RC, SW, PQ and the rest . . , Yearbook . . , Red Cross . . . Bowling . . .Track . . . Driving . . . Sea World Special thanks to God and Family Anybody hot? no! You know why? Why? 'Cause we're cool . . . Bye Uni, see ya'round. MICHAEL REICHERT MICHAEL W. RHOADES "Mike" JV, V Basketball J424-30 JVPS , . . will remember trips to Wash surfing wfCS, BB, MG , . . ski-TJ wM444 . . . funnelize . . . quarters - 508 . . . MC - 1 my TR7 .,. "You Herfi' . ,. '78-'82 2 Good times wffriends Kanga Kiss - Alfa games - NM ..,Love you Mom 84 Dad, thanks for everything. Thanks sis for all your help, good luck wfhoop bro's . .. We made ir! LE, MR, cs, BB, MG, JR, KH. JOHN TIMOTHY REILLY 'John" or "Tim?" Who knows? I don't , .. on the grass getting crazy wfLM will remember JL, LM, TM, MV, LA, my sis and all the Stones V. F-ball and V. B- ball . . . all the awesome girls . . . parties , . . S, D, R and R 4ever . . . always out of class ski and VV rail 'em up! Frustrated by girls, money, and the establishment . . . Thanks Dad, Mom, and Chris for pushin' IIIC. JOSEPH RICH Seniors 77 :ei we 1.451.122 - e 1 Ali ' CARI ANNE RILEY "Chubby" found at lockers laughing with friends . , . will always remember VR, SB, CR, DK,-IS, Kelly, Mr. Ray,jill, Angie 8: RL Charity Bowl Uni is 141 Pep Club . . . Bible studies . ,. Singing . , . Love most . . . j.M , . . jesus Christ . . . I love you Mom Bc Dad, thanks for being there "Smile" 'jesus loves you" "GEt rowdy!" VIRGINIA A. RODIL "Virge" . . .will remember Mr Peck 8: Mrs. Hiel, Frosh year, laughing wfChubby, AR, RW, JV, BS in Spanish class ,. . fun times with Suby, can, js, DK, RL, CR, iz, Ms, KV . .. Basketball stats . . . Search '80 . . . Charity Bowl . ,. Beat Saints , . . Pep Club '79 Loves God, Mom Bc Dad, Ang, Tony, Ed, laughing wffriends 8: Arby's . , . "Smile!" 78 Seniors ee DOREEN PATRICIA RIORDAN My pals Mahad, Cara, Denise . . . also DH, PP, Lisa, MB, MF, KF, KD Del Mar 12-19-80 Be free! Big or li'l A? Help! Swab night, wanna sit in the shade? MPs at Miramar 9-19-81 Don't worry, just flirt! ...6-6-81 the mix-up 9-2-81 my night out wfthe boss Ashbury Park NY . . . 5-24-80 Bryan 3-18-79 I will always love you Yes, born to run I love you Mom 81 Dad. RICHARD THOMAS ROSCOE "Rick" . . . Rock 'n' Roll, loud and hard . . . found at my bench, the dirtiest minds! I will always remember - Dr. A, Mr. 8: Mrs. G, Ms. Rosa . . . DG, PC, TF,jS, CC, 8: to all my other best friends . , . to my beloved babe, I love you Kris . . .Thanks everybody . . .Hey Squiggs, fastr. by , . . punk, yuk! . . , school . . . workfLTBRF . . . Loves my babe fKrissyj, VWs, Mom 8: Dad, thanks for everything, too. CAROLINA M. RIOS "Nina", "Carol" Great times and my friends . . . around S.D. beaches . . . mts . . . sailing ,. , 2 skates .. . soccer football , . . dancing . . . shooting with my Canon 5 mile! Special thanks to all my teachers. "There is always a first time!! Thanks Mom and Dad! Life is great! Bye Uni! I jAMES ANTHONY ROTHERHAM jim", found by machines or on Senior Stairs . . . will remember all my friends and teachers, esp, MR, ES, TL, AH, LD, cs, DR, DM, MM, Mc, HB, TD, and Super Cell Mrs. Breher, Mr, Lichtman, Mr. Steves, Mr. Shelburne, Mrs. G . . , Life after graduation? frustrated by zoners , . . Love God, Mom and Dad . . . Thanks to everyone . . . Mellow out . . . That's not my problem, REIGNA ANNE RISK "Bear" . . . blondes aren't dumb, thai Heidi . . . true friends, hard to find 1451- LD, TS . . . headbands, miniskirts . . . C guys, red BMW, surf, ski, alala, snow tas good, squat team . . . Hi Zippy, OTL su mer, sunsets, 14 mnts . . . Liz 81 151, cha pagne, cliffs, follow your dreams Thanks Miss Mauro, SMC, Tajamaba baby lowies, JKTAS Thanks Mom Dad, Rod, 143MR . . . I know you care! LAURIE RUDOLPH "Take life one step at a time and hopeft you will survive." found on stairs always will remember close friends, go times with Craig, Molly, Michelle and wi Vova, talking with Mary in Mr, Walbru class frustrated by Craig Magnu clothes, Rolls Royces, flowers, Bye. . f S . r INNE MARIE ELENA RUTA Ruta", "Annie" Always dancing . . . Good s wfRW, LP, KK, SL, TW, BK, TL, MM ,. Boogeyman FV dippin RN 8: SH ..GGLL 84 Limos . . .jr. Yr. wfBI-I, KS, iirg 8: my skiing . . . U.S.O. shows . . , roupie 1! Crying can make you feel better! rry! Why me? Brenda - someday gether on Broadway . . . You're the best! lR, CR,-JV - smile! CB '81. Thanks Mom, 7ad 8: fam. I love you! l l GILBERT SANCHEZ 'Gibbles" "Monster" Found wfRS 'IC . . . Will remember Frosh yr. wfjP 8: , A . . . RC,-IR, GS, SL, MC, BW, MG, TR, iD, PW . . . Fun on the weekends wf.IS 8: he MH gang . . , Surfin' trip to Cardiff vfCL Can I have your sandwich? Dunk . . . The Clash Rude Boy . . . Stay Free .. Always a Saturdays kid The Beat Eoncert . . . Always luv DC . . . Thanx Mom BL Dad. KIMBERLY ANNE RUZICH "Kim" . . . Found everywhere . . , can never forget Uni's terrific athletes . . . "Go, Dons!" . . . Will remember CL, CR, CR,jS, AH, KS,jC,jS, AP and all others . . .jesters USD .., "Go for it!" Loves God, family, friends, life and horses . . . Remembers excessive yelling at games .. . GK . . , Dons fl fan . . . The Police .. .Go Go's . . . Carolyn thanks for being so great! . . . Thanx Mom and Dad! JAMES A. SARDINA Nor Big 'jimllimn ... jv Football, v. Football 7F85 - the great special teams . . . "The Stick 'n Mach" - very funny Scotter CHa,Haj . . ,Mr. McGrath "Ahh, james Sar- dininia . . Where's johnny Lo? Retreat was good, nice people . , . Had a great year, thanks .. . See ya later - jim, jim, jim, john, Mike, Rich, Tom, Dan, Shawn, Matt, Gil, Richard 8: more . . . Too cool! TAWNYAJO RYASON Found all over . . . Will remember Josephine, Robin, 8: all my friends . . . Wendy's 8: Mc's wfjo Bagels 8: CC cookies Stones tour 81 ...Track stats . . . Charity Bowl , . . Prom 81 wfjo,jS, TW Scheming on SL .. . Bugging MC Frustrated by diets . . . Always take advan- tage of your opportunities . . . "Go for it!" , . . Loves God, special friends, family 8: my cat. MARGUERITE ROSE SCHANBERGER "Margie" . . . Found wfmy best friends dan- cing the night away at HH . . .just because it's 2:00 don't mean that we have to stop . . . "Athens Express" - Yassou, Ouzo and Retsina . . . Champagne Sz fettucine . . . Limo to San Francisco, Lear jet to Europe . . . Loves God, family, 84 my friend S. Tiamo, Gaetano. TODD A. SALZMAN Wrestling . . . four years varsity . . . Found at the wrestler's bench Frustrated by cutting weight and wrestling over Christmas vacation Will remember the Stones 81 tour . . . "Corky" Napier, Ft. LaRiv, all the wrestlers 84 the good x's with Marathon Mary. Loves family, God DR. "Hey, Pinhead" "And the youngest of the Fam. is moving with authority." MARK KENNETH SCHEBLE "Sheblee", "What" - "Huh?" Found off campus Confused by Trendies .. . The Charity Bowl - "Suthrn Come Fen" . . . Can I go to my locker for a second? . . . Let's skip the assembly! The Who 84 Specials 8: jam , . . Going to remember CI C-Freeko - RS, CF, MC 81 rest. Yea, I like DIAAKAR-TAS, can I have one? . . . Thanks Mom 84 Dad for everything . . . Mods always . . .Thank God, I'm free. Seniors 79 JIM SCHILLING Always remember friends Donny . . .junior . . . Roger, especially john . . . Found at the wrestling bench or the machines , . . Remember wrestling . . . trip to Utah with cast Going to the desert meeting Teri . . . Love water skiing . . . riding motor- cycle To my friends my Grandma Q . my parents and my brother jeff, Thanks ou. MARCIA CATHERINE SCHWARTZ "Maacia" "Marsh" Found usually wherever my feet take me! Thanx to Crits, Deb, Tap,-jr, RH8tKV . . . Loves rain- bows, cowboys, mustaches, wine 8: especially The Who! 8-2-79 . . . 7-10-80 , . . 11-10-81 Homecoming 10-16-81 Thanx to everyone who put up wfme while growing up! Much thanks and love to Mom 8: Dad Frustrated by the male species! Also DGPCRR. 80 Seniors ANNE MARIE SCHMIDT ,ff 'Lf ELAINE MAE SEBASTIAN "Elayne" . . . I'm such a "soc" . . .ASB does it in the cabinet . . , Tennis . . . singin' til I make the big time . . . Goals so high, Talents so many dt I'm gonna shine for everyone to see! To all of my frenz, thanx! Sis 8: JP, ILY! My Eunie, don't ever settle for ff2! Thanx Lita . . . Mom 84 Dad, I did if - for you 8: ILY! God, you've blessed me Sz I thank you . . . Annapolis, Here I come! DIANA CATHERINE SCHMIDT "Lady Di" , , , found wfTerri .. , Times to cherish wfTerri . . . Karen , , . Marie . . . SH, MV, DW, RE, DL . . . Frustrated by getting lost 8: followed wfTerri . . , where's Monroe St? . . . Pepsi wfKaren at VSL . . . summer of '80, '81 . . . wrong ya gump . . . Mr. Tudbowl EM! Your babe No more chickitas "WC" Tootsie Rolls Forever!! I love you Mom and Dad, I did it. .IEANNE MARIE SELIS "WEANS", UWEANERH ... will alwys remember 4 yrs RAH . .. squads '80-'81 - Camp '80-'81 . . . Summer of '80 wfPatti 8: gunga Balboa Ct . . . Ski BXVV . . . Patti 8: Karyn "U R my SUNSHINE" fun x's wfCal, Hel, mer "Hey Silly" . . . Blue moon Plnk C H2Osliding Greg, Pat, Hogan, Wheat, Bo, Re, Coley,jo,-jeff, SL, JM, Gay 8: Mike, ATLECPDJ, Dyn0Delight, PILYA, THANKS MOM, I LOVE YOU!!! GREGORY . SCHULTZ "Muddy T" "S HULTZIEU W ...Soccer . . . mellow . . . music , . . rad, waves . . . Aleeda parties . , , and . . . chic ...U...of.,.SantaClara. , l GREGORY T. SHANNON "Lurch" ... "Bird" ,,. "Tree" ..."B Bird" found Easily Ctoo big too mi will remember: Lichtman . , . Napier . Casciato Herr Steves . . . Cindylou and: P MC, TF, DL, jM, EN, JR, MK, CS, ai most of all, SSPEZ "Every little thing s does is magic" . . . Per Ardua Ad Astra . If it happens, It must be possible . . . "Me ly this and nothing more quoth the rav nevermore. I JOHN P. SHARP 5harpo" found 1.0. all over will rmember -IB, CT, BS, GI, MV, JO, OZ, Y, CK, MB, MH Stones concert . .. 'eekend parties . . . quarters and biz buz . . . rosh football . . . movies SW 8: HS aseball . . . Frustrated by life , . . blow bughnuts ... BMH ... Doggie ... soup K It hurts inside . . . surfing wfBlood .. . lie Kinks Lynn, Paul, Cliff . .. Mom 'id Dad you're the greatest, I ! JAMES MICHAEL SMITH lDudimaxus Simba", No way, nopossible ay! San Elijo woo! The summer, Mikey, he surf punks. Encinitas, surfing, Steph, Iorgan, Letti, Cruising the beach for more teenage girls! Thanx to: Shito-Ryu, Neil, Nom, and especially to Peter in school. CSD Dorm parties, Beach happenings. I te carpoolsl Thanx and I love ya Mom 8: fad! Later days. l I KAREN LYNN SHIELDS "Kerri" . . . "Ker" . . . Found wfBeth 84 jul . . . Fun times wfBeth,-Jul, Abby, SB, MS, AR, KK, SL, TW,jP, CB . . . Powder Puff 21 rolls The orange lemon .. . Ed Malone "Hi David" "You Reject" . ., "Does anyone have an aspirin?" . . . Homecoming '81 . , , Frustrated by diets and boring TP's . . . Thanx Beth, for being there . . . I love you Doug . . .Thanks Mom and Dad I love you. COLIN STACKPOLE "SS" . . . Havent been found yet. Will remember the Deep fry, surfin' with M.R . . . B.B . . . M.G . . . Love ya Annette! Pam, where's Herbie! Hi wowa! Notes? What notes? Can I borrow a pencil? C.S. is superb! Soccer '80, '81, '82 oops! Love ya Mom 8: Dad good times wfL.E M.R ...B.B...M.G...M.P...R.N...D.W . . . ETC. Hey ya herfs! THOMAS SIMMONS CHERYL STAGE "Flower Child" can't forget the wall, Fools on the hill, Nikki, Ray, Chris, Karla, MBW, GE, MC, BH, LT, KB, MK, MA, BK, BS, TF, FG, TA, PA, EC, Ms. Q, MR. Brad, Mr. 81 Mrs. G, Mme. C, IC Club, island, boat, beach, 8: Stag parties, jesters, summers '79, 8: '81, OTP, PAO, Led Zep, BBXWB frustrated by AP homework, good talk loves all, esp. God, family friends, Bt Beatles. Bye! RICHARD SIMPAO BARBARA MARIE STEFFEN "Bub" .. . "Bud" ... will remember my friends SM, RN, RC, MB, SP, TL, LW . . , 4Vars SB . . . VCC, PZ, IZ , . . Trac . . . Soc- cer .. . freshman yr ML ,. . Seniors 82 . . . Thanx Ms. M, Fr. Lariv, Mrs. G . . . Thanks M 84 M Mikels . . . Kris . . . I-Iotdoggers 141 Holy Mackrel Punch . . . Frustrated by tests, lst game CIF, Broken fingers, Coach . . . Live today like you'll die tomorrow . , . Luvs God, family, friends . . . Thanks Mom 84 Dad. Seniors 81 TYRONE STEVENS "T-Bone", "TY" . . . Palm Tree . . . Michons Girls and Friends - SM, SO, RL, MN, LB, GI, CW, PD, MOO, CK . . . Good times . . . Party . . . Basketball Party JC Girls Dumb questions Pairants, brother, people Good times Yoo . . . That's right . . . Thanks Mom and Dad for everything , . . God Bless . . . I love you. CRTPPJ. l MICHAELJ. STOKES Comrade, Steve! . . . Found everywhere . . . Good x's WUG, RJ, Briz, Ed, RM 81 Georgie Porgie . . . N'oublie pas la classe de Francais et la belle professeur . .. Will also remember TW,jS, 8: EL . . . Raiders 80 8: LA Dodgers 81 "Well, you know!" ... Doyle's Radicals 81 . . . "Cherry that baby!" .. . College is next and then the world . . . Thanks Mom 81 Dad . . . Bye!! 82 Seniors KRISTINE STIVEN I leave Uni very different than what I was. I love this school, I love the happiness that engulfs the campus and the beautiful peo- ple who teach and learn here. My friends are the BEST, very special in their own ways. SB . . . X-country . . . campus ministry . . . Goodbye, Sally - it is only a matter of time Shawn, you have made my life special! 1LYF! THERESE MARIE STONE "Trese" - getncrazy wfLF, CS, MS, -IW, MR... DT 81, P Puf80 . . .Thanx Mrs. K, Shel . . . ASB BALL 79 . . . jill Bc ValyKooks . . . CFD's . . . WWM4GTPink! 2nd 8: 4x4's "C'mon now!" . . . 4FRon a fone the par . . . Summer 80f81 Bday fun, T 8: C n BCB . . . "UR Pushin it!" . . . Brdwlk craze . . . Luv sunsets, purple 84 Porshe 9285, fashion! Speshl memrys - SR fl-9X6-9l PS, TW, ST, TM, MH - Mr. X. Love and thanx Mom 8t Dad . . . see ya Uni!! CHERYL STOCK Will always remember DM, TS, NB, Sandy 8: Hosp. cabinets . . . To the best things in life . . . CW . . .Sunsets and champagne . . . Thanks Andre you've seen me through the high times Frustrations - empty gas tanks, the morning after and red lights . . . To the best part of my past and all of my future. Love you always, Chris . .. Thanks, Mom and Dad. TERENCE PATRICK STUBBS "Pat", "Stubb", "Meril" . . . Found wfjoe 8: Ray . . . will remember good x's wfBM, AA, KG, TB,jR, RK at Lol0's, rowdy car- pools 8: jr, Prom at the Bahia Mam- moth in 81, Stub-bash 1-3, C. Tour 81 . . . V. Tennis, ja Team, Lolo's ,. , Frustrated by slow drvrs 81 bias teachers . . . Love Mom, Dad 5 T's,j 8: life . . .Time to go make my millionl? . , . Later! L.: ROBERT D. STOCKLINJR "Bob" . . . Found with jS,jR, GI, OZ, ji KF . . . Will remember the ski crew, Asp '80, Mammoth '81 Baseball Partii quarters, Bizbuzz Frustrated by borii classes 8: no snow! . . , "I'm going skiing "Furr Sure", "Waist deep powder", "BMH "It's history" . . .Love you, Mom 84 Dad. DANIEL F. SULLIVAN "Getting over all the time I had to won leaving all the changes far from far behini . . . "The road not taken" . . . "Who do yr think you are, anyway?" Suzanne, A drew, Rhonda, Stevan and all the oth special people. . .God Bless you all!! ELIZABETHJULIA SULLIVAN izzy" . . . long distance . . . found wfLori . Taboholic , . . Letters to AM . . . "Let's it, Pat" Neil Y. will remember lotta ze to special friends 8: Bro! . . . Frustrated endless diets, starry eyes , . . Future is in sign . .. "It's Okay" . . . Love always Jd, S, C, P, NR, C, P,J esp, my Mom BL P . "There's no classic design only the pat- 'n in your mind - be yourself!" LORI TERRAMAGRA M JANET KRISTI SWEM Found at Cari Bt Virgie's lockers will remember CR, CW, VR, CR, SB, DK, MB, IZ Rowdie football games .. . Char 8: Brian in Hist Bible studies, searches, raids, wfChar . . . "Smile, Jesus loves you!" "Crosses Bise" Love most Jesus, God, family and special friends . . . Tracy, Susan 81 Debbie . . . Thank you Mom 8: Dad for all your love!! JONATHAN C. TIBBITTS "Casey" "Angus" to some Found J,O, all over . . . To remember JS, SO, JB, PM, GK, RL, SM, R, BM, TY, SL, DM, SM Stones 81 wfElvis SW 84 HS wfSharpO UCSB ASB Camp 81 - a blast Homecoming 81 wfSal CIF Baseball 8: The Patch . . . Angus, Malcolm 6: Bon Kinks, Stones Steves, Ser- rano, Egor Thanks Mom, Dad, G 81 everyone. l i LIANNE CARYL TANNIS 'Jasmine' Lisa, Ruthi, Gina, Cheryl, Amber . . . Be rich Bc wise . . . Frustrated by homework . . . Love fudge, unicorns, sunsets. Without nonconformists like me, humanity is doomed to a static Br un- creative existence Huh? Happiness is putting yourself in God's hands . ,. I love God, Mom 8: Dad. Thanks, Mom. KAREN RENE TAYLOR "Karen" will remember Good friends DU, KB,JW, MW, PR,JM . . . Mrs. G, Mr. Ramos Loves everyone esp, DB, MH TA wfMike 8: Tim HL cookies, Rossina,Jennifer, Richard . . . Frustrated by decisions, formal dances 84 esp. guys Pardon me? I can't relate Hi! Julie! Loves family, step-family, Rankins . .. Thanks Dad, Nita, Mom! I love you! Bye Uni! It's been fun! THERESA DIANE TROLINGER "Terri" My pal Mar, Palm S rings .. . get- ting lost and followed wfDi E.M,, memories of Soph. yr Dana Inn Sgm "Puppet" Kinks wfGayle O.S. EC Prom 81 C 8: M ya! Miss Mauro "Trollycar" .. . History wfLori T , ,. Two telephone books high heels Will never forget Alfredo 61 joking wfBrian . . , Love 8: thanks to Mom, Dad, God 8: friends. DIANNA EVELYN UNWIN "Dee" Found everywhere Fridays, roses, nature, sunsets, rain, sing 'n Dreamer, I'm going to Oregon busy. "That's neat" . . . "Smile!" "You got it Toyota" Alpine Club . . . Chorus, thanks Q . , .Journey . , , Fr. J. campouts . .. river . . . Prom 81. The best of times. Luv to my friends KT, TD, JW, MW, CM, SU 8: SM, You're my sun- shine, babe! Loves God, family, friends . , . Bye Uni! Seniors 83 MARGARET CATHERINE VACIO "Meg", "Benny" . . . One half of gruesome twosome . . . K.B.ff1 8z 2 . . . AMP 8: Rod . .. Your BABE Luv ya MK, SH, RE, DW, DW, DL, SP . . . Snow Summit wfRika, Vail 81 Marine St. wfMaria, Goonba . . . High beams parties . . . Catalina right, Sam? . . . Who faints on lifts? . . . PNC. ,. VW's oh yea . . . Honk if you see a surfer! . . . SH dz JT, LH 8: MH, Me 8: Dave ILY! MAS 81 MUG .. . VSL .. .jump in a window . . . KBIB . . . Lettuce Love to U Mom, Dad 8: Mike 8: Ifirfue joe WAINIO I would like to thank all those teacher at Uni who helped me an immeasurable amount fyou know who you arej See you jim, Ken, 8: Tim Gerry - remember that the horizon is the only reality. 84 Seniors KAREN FAY VARNEY "I was out further than they all thought, and I wasn't waving, I was drowning" . , . "Donuts!!" . . . CMM, TL Bc "no names boo-boo" "Toned" movie "Rock- ed" Stats-Peck-VR-LW My Friend Mr. Sheriff Thanx to LN 81 LW - opps-ERA lit Mt - 1960's ,. . PCR MS 8: men . . . "K.A." . , . Thank Mom 84 Dad . .. ERA - NOW! JOHN F. WALKER Howdy jr . . . Wild Man Walker . . . Found at the wrestler's bench . . . Coach Harvey 84 Napier . . . RH, jS, PD, SM, jB, PM, MN . . . Wrestling . . . Football . . . Track . . . Remember Guarding the Matt . . . College . . . Geothermal Engineering . . . not getting a Senior space . . . Parents . . . Wrestling . , . Uni people . . . Let's go for a run gentlemen!! . . . Napier's law lives, this is true. ' r r i ABIGAIL ALEXANDRA VELANDIA "Abby" ... Found everywhere ... Remember good x's wfMA, BH, LC, KS, JP ... Summer 80 ... BH, MB, DD, CARL'S . .. late nites ,. . walks . , . Easter 81 LC Cabo... Dacks driving Summer 81 ...MA . . . Windansea . . . late nites Serra parties Kinks my stang . . .shopping . . .july 4. . . Basketball Beach at nite Frustrated by mauls . , . being short, diets. . . . "Quality not quantity" . . .Luv ya Dad,j, Mom. C5 DEBORAH LYNN MICHELLE WALZ Limo! . . . GGLL V-ism W-Balloons in Mammoth wfRosie, quarters, Thumper, UC woman . . . Chris e- always, b-less ABS Stacey's laugh Frenz til we R 96 or 69 Roc-Chairs H20 81 ODI, Bagheads . . . Syr. cruises BBQ, Picnic Q School . . . 12 yrs. wfMeg AmP found tapes tigers . . . Sing a gram . . ,joebie Ronnie 249 58 Brandon Luv 2 Chris, Rosie, Stacey 61 Ronnie. . .Thanx Mom 81 Dad, MARY MARGARET VERTULLO "Mar" fToolsl Will remember frienr Frosh yr. wfNina . . . Hc 79 wfSL . . . AE Ball 80 wfMP, HC 81 WUS . . . Stones . It. Amici LDF, CFG . , .Crazy x's wfNan . . . St. johners esp. AA 81 jP . . . Partii diets, 8: dreams ... "MiIler High Lif Found wfShar 8: Bev vegging "OI- dokie" . . . loves family, horses, RVF, bear 8: God, Thanks Mom, Dad 8: Mr. Zoll f that 2nd chance! Hey, Uni, guess what? IN more Vertullo's. ELAINE SUSAN WARREN "Lane" . . . "Little One" . . . Wanderi around or eating . . . special friends, Shary KK, LM, GF, PR, jE, jF, KH, MR, RPI jR .. . jesters . .. Chorus . . . Fr. Leo . YFG friends Parties . . .jon . . , B. Sing . singi Acting . . . dances . . . min. golf . . . wfElaine "Do what?" "Baby!" "That, I I Cool" . . . ILY Stevie, Nicks, Pat . . . oi you, Mom and Dad! Your little baby made it and it's never been dull! l CHARLOTTE WATSON har" found wfPhil Swim team 1 yr. irsity, Sue, relay team, city confrence . . . ZO polo cuties ., . loves horses . . , Cor- ado AAU K.N . . . Great times 'XR.N.S.H.C.E.D.W. slice in moon, limo SLL -I.S. locker trunks wfR.W Jd's love wfj.S.C.R . . . skiing wfP.G . . . ry to Pt. L runs Oct. 3 . . . Goal: Wy, Phil, rses. "These are the best of times." MICHAEL ROBERT WHELAN 'Iogan" V. FootballfBaseball fs Bam Captain CIF Champs layfield . . , Grogin wfjoe . . . Babbs . . . oieymaeatB0...so...PM...qvPsy ..T4F ...KPL H251 Game! A -- M' Itn wfjB . . .JE "It's only 7 am" . . , Prom l Will remember, CK, JS, PD, MM, iK, UNC, MBLD, Cuz, MP. . . "Re8cBo15 rs." "skam MC" "Who'd u tam on" ... CB's ... "Hey joe, How ome the sun's u ?" . . "Have a grog" . .. p . ,ove you Mom 84 Dad. i CHRISTOPHERJ. WEHE "Way-he" "WeI-Ie" found wfAn- thony or wandering around . . , will remember AM, DM, PD, I-ID,jM, TS and all my friends coaches Ramos, Marcus and Peck . . , The Banana . . . Tunaboat . . . Beating Saints . . . Freshman football . . , wrapins ankles . . . Gap in MV . . ,Going to MIT . ,. frustrated by homework, women, socialites, sister and running out of S loves friends, Smurfs 8: "EW8cF". fr f i in at A A DONNA DEE WHITE "DD" Found out on the grass Rosie, Liz, RL, ME, TA, TE, Miss Rosa, Mr. A, Mr. Dundas, Mrs. Kass will remember sitting out on the grass with Liz and Rosie laughing Bowling, special Olympics, Taught special religious Ed. Frustrated by not having enough time Thanks Mom and Dad, Karen and David . . . Love You. RANDALL S. WELLER "Ran Ran" . . . Under the tree at lunch . ,. Good friends KD, TD, LM, MM, SB, Good Luck Thanx Mrs. Gorsich Mt. Ramos Prom, Homecomings parties "College, here I come" Frustrations ... Hmwk . , . grades teachers ... girls , , .trying to ski . , . I luv "Shiela" , . . Mom- my an Daddy an family an friends. Thanx all. , . "Get it up San Diego" Cool EMBO! THOMAS E. WIEME "Dude", "Wemes" can be found with jim, Eric, Mike, will remember sports talk with Mike, Robin, Mr. Lichtman and good times with friends, will remember golf, NATA, and watching Uni football, Long live the Big Red Machine, Frustrated by carpool being late Love God, family, friends, Thanks Mom and Dad for the good education. BYE UNI!! MARY CATHERINE WHELAN "Mary" , . . Found all around wfDU,jW Bt KT . . . Will remember D, K, V.Football games 8: the parties . . . Art, art, art - Thks Ms, Rosa . . , Frustrated by parents, 3 , work, 84 blind dates wfDianna U. fnever againj always the last to know , . . plans on college, will be an artist someday . , . Soph yr .... "No, we're cousins" . . . Loves fami- ly, friends, 8: God, Thnks Mom 8: Dad for everything! KENNETHJ. P. WILLIAMS "Kenny of the keyboards" Tristar Will remember julieann, Doug, Evelyn, Elaine, Ricardo, Mr. Roth, David, air class "I did not, Mr. Thomas" ... Mr. Medenwald and Don Shuman Trevor and Evelyn and I with LIC . . . "Remember to keep in mind that jesus Christ has died and will come again in glory" Ravel's Bolero , . . "GWL" Seniors 85 ,... 'dk LISA ANN WILLIAMS Will remember summer of 81 with Beuf and his "2" . . . Sea world and our party ... my sunburn . . . Summit 81 and the triple play . . . Good times with Liz, Carla, KV,LC, The I.D. and sunrise ser- vices wfmy best buddy frustrated by tourists, test, and Mr. Gorsich. Looking forward to Hawaii, UCSB and the summer It'll be an experience jEANNE LOUISE WINTERS '1Ieanne" . . . will always remember good times wfTD, KT, MW, DU, TH, and special friends esp. DR, GM , . . '80 8: '81, 10 o'clocks, blue lights huh . . . what . . . shroomy nights and skiing summers wfToni I finally made it Here's to God, friends cheers frustrated by messed up plans Where has all out time gone? . . . RocknRoll is here to stay . . . Love you Mom 8: Dad, Thanks! 86 Seniors PATRICK WILLIAMS Q. 'Q Y THERESE MARIE WINTERS "Tese" Rainbows Will remember RW, AR, LP, SL, KK, LS, BH, KS . . . USD . . . The Hunters CB81 - Boogeyman Uni retreats - Fr. Dan . . . Dio retreat team - special friends . . . Kentucky Fried Chicken, "Therese" . . . To God, Mom, Dad, family 81 my special friends - Thanks for making me happy, I love you! "There can be no rainbow without a cloud and a storm." RENAE LYNN WILSON "Renae" . . .found with: AR. ,, KK . . . SL ,..TW...LP...GoodtimeswithAR... KK,..SL...TW...LP...BK.,.TL . . , cough-syrup . . . FV Dippin . . .jack-in- the-Box . . . Stacie . . . I can't even believe it David - always bringing me flowers . . . cookies . . . ice cream . . . food, always eating . . . Can I have a hug? Too many things to do and not enough time . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you both . . , You too Chris. CURTIS M. WISSLER "Wallpaper", "Wicked" . . . good times with SO, GI,jB, BS, BF,jS, and the rest . . . my good friend j, O'Malley .. . the BMH club . . . The people, the special opposites, the parties . . . The Pretenders and Chrissie, the wait up the neck Lichtman's history the dog My team the Vik- ings, etc soccer, kicks Thanks for everything Mom 8: Dad "Pack it up, throw it away." aQspxve JAMES WINSOR it ,X BILL WOODARD Sol-Bros E.P.T.B.B . . , At Greenshack T Did M Find IT . . . Turtle, wheres the Tuna! , . . EA, GOGOGO, PP . , . What a babe , . .Thanx . . JL, SK, MT, MK, MH,jT, SH, LK, BD, EHFC, AK, BD, LJGTS, WW, and FBG . . . Ski 81, BEGB, CM, Rio , . . Remember 20 plants TB, Good Stuff Don't take anybody seriously TH .. . Thank Mommy and Daddy. NOT PICTURED: TIMOTHY BUTLER PAUL HAACK MICHAEL F. TEBBETTS DANIEL WILKINSON AWN EM W' swf o . A 1.07 K6 04016 I Mug X 1 4,44 rv VMS V'-Qfu' yemz . peep IJ 70008 WVWV9' lu fl , gzevou fri WM V'f6"'U'X l PATRICIA ELLEN ZEPF V... ljiejz ' "Patti", "Elf", "Dr. Teeth" . . . Found sleep- ing everywhere . . . Track . . . Cross country ILENE L. ZAROUR ... SAC ... Folk Group ,.. Retreats ... acaped from OLP, found on Sen. stairs 8: Arby's . . . PAO . . . Frustrated by no time B. Court Will always remember my . . . Hi, Mrs. Breher! . .. Love God, family, iddies: Margie M., Kathy K., RL, TF, TA, laughter, my family of friends - you know l QE, PZ, DS, SK, BH, Mr, A., Mme, who you are - life, sunrise, running M maillou, Mr. L . . . Piggin' out at Farrell's Emerson . . . Give life all you've got- You fVB Team 8: the gang, Track . . . VB , , . only live it once . . . Thanks Mom Bc Dad, Q B, Powder Puff, . . El Cid . . . Spring Sing l'll love you always!! x LH! . Teen Soyo . . . Piano . . . Frustrated 1 IHWK 8: bottom lockers . . . Loves God, I muy, friends, VB af life. GBY Au. , .flfl Qfvfiflfl fel OTV6LQl YUUEQ, WQYQ . CMM t MQ i Jefxotfwx I X9 L Ngbfjlflfkzlflfklx 1 Oymwzzl l Todd a ' f QTVLQL, l X Jvc-00 OL.. 0-'wx N . Mos.. M ov M ml Cx, N' ' .www www! ilifilmf- it 'mf' W Wea WWW ,,,, 88Sports .59 'K u , ' 1: 9 A fi gn ,. 2432? 4,3 Q4 W af M x, A ff 1 ' "Va, ,f X , 313 -x ' V s 12 I K, I 1 at i 'U' "" ' 4ff,gF?,'f.a aww " ,,-Y ,, I ravi? J W? H44 fw.,,g-W A ' M 1' ' A 4' "" W, 'V 3 ,,,,,.s-V 1 'A' 'fm V rv , I K M 57' fM71fa5"':"?1i' H fy.-fig , Af 59,73 if JN,-5 f5:fT'aj:i'Jv. fzlkmfw-af , . , A , ,ww If - 2, f' 'J Qu M '-5.4 ff g.,..ff-.U iq gr WM W W ff ,gn 7' .. .p.f,,.,ocw.,. W bw, ,,, ,Maw v 'Y ww., w.,,.m ff V f'f-,u' M m,,,-VUSW' , 4' ,Q I AQWMQQMW f I Q54 V wwf' M.. W . 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Coach Steve jacobacci. 3rd row: Manager Maureen Maguire, Manager Meg Vacio, Marc Coleman,jeff Babbitt, Head Coach Bud Mayfield, Mike Whelan,joe Redfield, Manager Suzi Deely, Manager Celeste Kankowski, 4th row: Manager jackie Grabe, Xavier Porlas, Steve Osmers, Steve Anderson, Mark Flournoy,joe Everett,jim Sardina, Pat Millay. Bottom rowzjohn Capuzzi, Paul Winters, Mike Nottoli,joaquin Gonsalves, Steve Liberatore,john Campillo, Ricky Martinez, Dan Wilkinson. 1. David Thistle searches for a receiver. 2. Mike Whelan warms up for the game. 3. The enthusiastic Dons Dan Wilkerson, Greg Ketchum, and Gar Millay return to the field after halftime. 4. Mike Costa ex- ' presses his anxiety on the sidelines. S. jeff Babbitt consults an official about acall. T 90 Varsity Football Z Varsit Football "We Got Pride!" 1? .J , .J 4 4 if D' N" ' ' 2 .ii 1. Quarterback Gar Millay is always ready to carry the ball himself if necessary. 2. The Dons accept a penalty. As the pigskin turns . . . the continu- ing saga of the Red and Gold battling their stubborn opponents. The Varsity Football Team's record of 1-7-1 did not evidence the exceptional effort of the defense, the enthusiasm of the team as a whole, nor the games lost by only a few pO1nfS. Steve Osrners was chosen as the Outstanding Defensive Player, while john Preciado received the same recognition offensively. The Coach's Award was earned by Steve Marshall, and Mike Whelan was presented with the coveted Most Valuable Player Award. After his first season at Uni, Coach Bud Mayfield remarked that although the team had a disappointing season, their spirit remained excellent. "They were a great group to the end, and they never lost heart." 1981-1982 Varsity Football Seasonal Record ip , . .,,., .- 5 riff' - -f 7 'Q .4 Q- as-.Q-, ' ' fi -it rl M .ng Rm? is s ps. 'V . , 4,7 ., 8 has . 31 J . x ' 6 .. -. F'-fn, ' 7 " gNIg9.Ag,f2,M W -u - . ,. 1 , it no. qt .rl l ' AV 5? " 'fl' H41 A A fi at dw 7 ' f ' . It ,g,, V K, ,V 1, 5.2 15 A V l 1 . if 5 .1 'tar ,, as talr WMM Q AV 1 2. I1 is U if University 7 28 University 0 14 University 0 30 University 14 28 University 7 14 University 7 9 University 6 6 University 2 3 Carlsbad Ramona Clairemont Morse Point Loma Lajolla San Diago Mission Bay Varsity Football 91 JV FDQTBALL DISPLAYS TALE 1981-SZJV Football University 0 17 Carlsbad University 10 0 Ramona University 14 27 Clairemont University 0 12 MOYSC University 14 17 Point Loma i . I miami L . Top row: Manager Patrice Zeeck, Head Coach jack Rubidoux, Kevin Kennedy, David Grissom, john Patton, Scott Holmberg, Coach Alan Kolhs. 2nd row: Manager Ann Kankowski, David Nottoli, Dan Smyrh,jeff Ertle, Doug DeBarry, Tim Murphy, Greg Coleman, Robby Schmitt, Manager Erin Rowe. 3rd rowzjim Morris, Sean McCarthy, Keith Anderson, Louis Carini, Billy Gillis, Keith Kaonis, Dante Coladonatohjeff Darby. 4th row: Paul Campillo, Anthony LaFreniere, An- thony LcCoco, Donald Walker, Brent Wyborney,joe Filippone, Mike Remoll, Paul Stabile, Alex Leon. Front row:jaime Navarro, Gus Rios, Ed Arthur, Chris Herb, Dave Millan, Sean Walsh, Mark Aguilar, Bob LaPorta, Seasonal Record University 9 14 St. Agustmi University 10 14 Lajoll University 9 22 San Diegr University 3 17 University City University 15 14 Mission Bag When students left school sitting comfor- tably in their cars, they often passed a dedicated group of guys in gym shorts and cut-off shirts starting their daily four-mile run. As carpools arrived home, the junior Varsity Football Team was suiting up for practice. Guided by Coach jack Rubicloux, the team showed steady improvement throughout the season, What they lacked in speed, they made up for in size and talent. Keith Anderson, David Millan, and jim Morris showed con- siderable talent and potential. Although the season was not extremely successful in terms of victories, the squad gained the experience necessary to advance to the Varsity team. Their success lay in their ability to learn from their mistakes. Bob LaPorta heads for the goal line. A --" ..'l 92 j.V. Football Freshman Mike Vacio practices his pass reception. 1. Nothing stops Mike Remoll on a carry. 2. Anthony LaFreniere protects the quarterback with effective blocking. 3. The-I.V. team is intense even on the sidelines. YROSHTEAM GEARED TG VICTURY There is no team like a winning team, especially one with such style, heart, and enthusiasm. For eight weeks none could tear up the football fields of San Diego 'better than Uni's Freshmen. Their goals, .to appreciate and enjoy the game of foot- ball, as well as to train for the future, motivated them to a 4-Z-2 record. Such players as Outstanding Back Virgil Enriqtsez, Offensivelineman Frank Hooks, and Defensive Linernan Alex Soriano fired the team, caprained by Mike Vacio. Coach Stevejacobacci prais- ed the players: "They worked hard and learned quickly. They came together fast and it was fun coaching them. They're an enthusiastic group." 1981-1982 Freshman Football University 0 0 Carlsbad ' University 46 6 CRam033 University ' 0 9 ofonal O University 21 0 Mt- Emiiffe Top row: Coach Eddie Vido, Head Coach Steve jacobacci, Coach Tom Czarnecki, 2nd row: Mike Rowe, Raul Carillo, Tim Sur, Tony Burris, Todd VanBoxtal,-John Wacthel, Pat Thiss, Peter Sung, Brian MoCk,jack White, 3rd row: Manager Bernadette Toye, Rick McMillan, Frank Hooks, Dean Gonsowski, Anthony Crivello, Mike Vacio, Scott Marshall, Chris Pascal, Ron Huber, Kevin Mahady, Tom Beam, Manager 'Iohn Boyer, 4th row: Manager Monique Perreira,-Iohn Philpott, Virgil Enriquez, Fern jacobo, Kevin Murphy, Frank Vitale, Chris Rays, Carl Stewart, Alex Soriano, William Mertz, Anthony Cefalu, William Yturralde, Manager Christina Deely. Front row: Stephen Castagnola, Bill Nostrand, Ken Zampese, Eddie Gregory, Tom Rickling,-Joe Thomas,joe Duarte, Tom Czarnecki, Bill Askin,jimmy Tasto, Tom Byron, Chris Babbitt,jim Kennedy, Frank Terzoli. Seasonal Record University 7 19 St. Augustine University 27 0 Mater Dei University 21 0 Coronado University 9 14 St. Augustine Freshman Football 93 Exceptional Talent in the Water: Varsity University University 4 15 University 4 14 University 12 6 University 9 12 University 12 13 University 18 8 University 15 13 University 14 6 University 9 12 University 7 15 University 12 7 University 7 6 , t L A El Capitan Granite Hils Crawford Point Loma Patrick Henry Morse Kearny Madison Mira Mesa Hilltop Crawford Morse Point Loma ani' -1 " f' v Standing: Coach Al Frowiss, Asst. Coach jerry Stehly. Kneeling: Mike Reichert, Elaine Anderson, Phil Giesing, David Wright, Randy Franke, Chris Erpelding, Neal Stehly, Steve Schatz. Sitting: Andrew McMichael, Tom Schatz, Sean Mc- Cauliff, Dan Bedore, Peter Moons. -E .t 5. M,- E . Q, is E ' . YW 94 Varsity Water Polo Q Exceptional talent has made water polo a major sport of interest at Uni. The Varsity team was young, with junior Chris Erpelding as the only returning starter, but established a good founda- tion for future years. First year Varsity player Elaine Anderson prepared for a tentative berth on the junior Womerfs National Team. Caprian Phil Giesing and Senior Mike Reichert held starting posi- tions and worked with junior Steve Schatz, Most Improved Player Randy Franke, and Erpelding, designated Most Valuable Player, to create a winning team. Below: Phil Giesing gestures to a teammate to signal he's open for a pass. l00'0i""" g,,i,1aiw.am.aapm W4 an Spectators, coaches, and team members .......,,.,...s..... . . . and JV 1 The aggressiveness of thejunior Varsi- 51 Water Polo Team overwhelmed many af its o ponenrs. "They were fired up!" tffirmedl Coach Al Frowiss, "There was a very competitive atmosphere on the Captains Dan Bedore and Dan Lorch, llong with returning player Pete Moons, 'nchored the team in its development of ture varsity players and pursuit of a bet- ler understanding of the game. Bedore chosen as the Most Improved Player ile Mike Wright was named Most goal attempt. lv. Coach Frowiss gives the team some pointers during a time-out. 2. Tom Schatz prepares to pass the ball as brother Steve watches. 3. Goalie Dan Bedore is ready to deflect a an 1. I at 5' Gigi' .aj J, Y YQ V g .5 C' Y i A? . Standing: Coach Al Frowiss, Asst. Coach jerry Stehly. Kneeling: Dan Lorch, Mitch Beu, Nick Prelgovisk,jim Sports, Mike Wright, David Thornburg. Sitting: Ed Primeau, Dan Wrightuloey-Asperin, Chris Maggio, Brennan Giesing. 1981-l982j.V. Water Polo Seasonal Record aluable Player. Li vs. El Capitan Win li vs. Granite Hills Loss vs. Crawford Loss li vs. Pt. Loma Win ti vs. Patrick Henry Win li vs. Morse Win li vs. Keamy Win Uni vs. Madison Uni vs. Mira Mesa Uni vs. Uni vs. Uni vs. Uni vs. Hilltop Crawford Morse Pt. Loma Loss Win Loss Loss Loss Loss j.V. Water Polo 95 Girls' Swim Teams Set Impressive Records University 78 56 Crawford University 76 71 Bishops University 72 68 Mission Bay University 78 75 Madison University 80 74 Point Loma University 69 87 Serra lhuvemny 28 48 LajoHa Univ9rSity 97 60 Clairemont University 90.5 68,5 Kearny i. QQ' W W. ,t MMM 90 it 3 sr: W5 F . - - . .-an Qi r. '55 Xkitkr Q. V' VA kkkk K .. L H V is We ffe ' ggi s K . ' 1- so of t "l' .. A 'K ! . x . K A r ,. ,Z J I pt A Abovzllusr when you thought it was safe to go back in the water . . . An encounter with Uni's Swim Team was fa to their opponents. Despite having to share the USD pool with the Water Polo Team, Coach Marcia Plumley feels that the Varsity and junior Varsity Girls' Swimming Teams mer her expectations. Both teams ended the season with a record of 7-2. The many outstanding returning team members, such as Varsity captain Maura Sexton and Mary Patton,j.V. captain, enabled them to place third in afield of fourteen 96 Girls' Swimming teams in the city finals. Lisa Asperin Warsityj and Inga Bear 0.V.j were voted the Most Valuable Players while Mary Klovsc and Kerry Ferris won the Achievement and Spirit Awards for Varsity and j.V., respectively. Two Varsity swimmers placed in CIF: Lisa Asperin swam to victory in the 50 and 100 freestyle, and Kim Neelernan in the 200 and 500 freestyle. 4 V 4 I f I if: ! v We isnt 1 ' if 'L N I 4 i,,ii,, " ' .,,,'1f'M:' fu" l" 2 V'.. ' 5 A 4 .km S ml fvf-"5 Hi ' - . e ga... :F- ii ,f I i 1 . X X, .aw , an ig. i ' University University University University University University University University University U nw x 'W -vm 1981-1982j.V. Girls' Swimming Seasonal Record 94 38 Crawford 96 45 Bishops 98 45 Mission Bay 102 48 Madison 69 86 Point Loma 74 0 Serra 34 42 La ,Jolla 97 55 Clairemont 80 75 Kearny Top row: Mary Patton, lnga Bear, Penny Ecks, Charlotte Watson, julie Bedore, Adrian Armstrong, Coach Marcia Plumley. 2nd row: Maire Hunt, Maura Sexton, Sue Ainsley, Lisa Asperin, Kim Neeleman, Kerry Ferris, Mary Kovac. 3rd row: Darcy Hammonds, Theresa Abraham, Theresa Frazier, Deneen Osmers, Deann O'Neal, Margaret Pfeil, Asst. Coach Mary . 4th row: Karen Fishbeck, Lisa Ecks. Sth row: Angela Yvonne Montoyanlenniferjach, Alexa Cole, Terry Dewitt, Meredith Giesing, Terry Bacani. 1. Team members examine statistics from the Y . iq last race. 2. V for victory, a common sight at at Uni meets, 5. Charlotte Watson looks pleased with the outcome of her race. 4. Brennan Gies- ing clocks a swimmer as his sister Meredith looks on. Girls' Swimming 97 MWQW W 4 1 a I-can-5. Top row: Matthew Sullivan, Louis Adamo, Bert Huerta, David Settles, john Walsh. 2nd row: Stewart Dadmun, David Pilkington, Peter Wood, Robert Kelly, Dmitri Pruyn, Coach Fr. Tim Lamm. 3rd row: Steve Mangin, Dan Koch, Sean Yonker, Pam Reichert, Kastle DeMassa, Meg Harding. Front row: Keith Fleming, Paul Petit, Mary Plum, Susan Wetzel, Meg Daley, Kristin King. If MJ ,MW Q Mg M if M W H 'fa IZ! if ,yi Aww I I ,,,, ,, . -- L ' , 'W v ,,,i N " " S Z V V W 6, ,,,, VVV, V ,, , . ,W an 2' 1, V, Al . , li , , , H 5 z ww W a ,W i P l , 1 4 - vig + ' a i ii't a P 5 , ,,, ' V ,La Vzy, VV, , , K ,V V Kzg 2 ,V I VV, V - V , , ff f it t , f is he l. , ' 7 f . M' , W "'l ' if W ii 1 TZ" -- ,,,,, I v - -ff it V L i r i t a tsrat A ,.ii , - 1 , , -I V 4 :W 'i"--' V ' ,, - , We - ' af " Q V t 522+ ,A Vtvava i H? M, i s K' 9 Qi , , VVV V 1 ,,,V Z.. 1 V V VV Vik V VVVVV, , f , . E ,, V n llyl Q . " , ,,,, 'fffa 1 r - W Country Cross 1. The boys' team springs from the Cross Countr Makes a Strong Finish .xii J 1 1 J fir-4'i?f'7E iz. 'i ' .'?"?j, ?iiTff :a -ga Sw ii 1- n k t ,S ll Q . f 'gl . i v i "Wi 7 AQ . ". i Q ' K ., ,Q gg? ,duff whim 'f gp , it In . .I v ' K2 vk in-rv' 5 I fa , Zr j M it J . Y. A. r, 2: 'yin parity, sf is it -aria is it . 1 1 it "II r t If-G X Ni "5 4 yy Y' Ji, 34 2 . . 1- A-1,-,f.. f - ,,.., Yi aku 3 ,Agri I. J .- r, I N., 'S K . 'gi' Vis 3 .Vi 3' "F 1 5 I LL K V. Q A ' e C- i Y lr r, L. X , . - If A ' f' A ' P Q Q ' I 3 , J Above: Fr. Lamm gives final instructions before a race against Mission Bay. 1981-1982 Cross Country Seasonal Record Boy: Girl: University vs. Grossmont Loss Win University vs. Lajolla Loss Loss University vs. U.C.H.S. Loss Win University vs. Mission Bay Loss Win University vs. Clairemont Win Loss University vs. Point Loma Loss Win University vs. San Diego Loss Win For the Cross Country Team, 1981 was a year of beginnings. Only a handful of last year's runners return- ed, and these were mainly sophomores. The result was a very young and inexperienced group. The boys fielded a team against some very formidable competition. Led by Team Captain Bert I-Iuerta and number one runner Dmitri Pruyn, they engaged in tough con- tests, emerging with a 1-5 record. The statistics did not adequately reflect the time and effort put out by the team members. Coach Father Tim Lamm is confident that such dedication will improve the record in future years. With more returning members and tough new teammates, the girls ended the season with a more ex- emplary record of 4-2. Captain Patty Zepf and Rosanna Carrillo, who placed a remarkable tenth in CIF finals, saw to it that the girls were always a force to be reckoned with. The team, almost exclusively freshmen and sophomores, promises to be the toughest in their con- ference next year. ll 1 in . ,.,t, ,fy .- .. EJ .1 V. Y N ... . 9 . -- - " M so-"wx 'gi L-N . j""i Aa' j' r,--,:- .. ' starting line against Mission Bay. 2. Peter Wood discusses strategy with Fr. Lamm. 3. Rosanna Car- rillo in training. 4. Robert Kelly concentrates on his stride. Cross Country 99 V , .., V. Z z., .VE Y P . ..A W '1 ZV . T5 imlii aa . fa .,g'b-5:,f,, V, .V ' f .,, W ' Vg., e .. , 5 .1 g f .. an fi. 4 I at 4? gli if W5 JWf.'.A . 1. Coach McCormick reviews his squad. 2. Michelle Bauer about to deliver a powerhouse serve. 5. Berna Fager shows her style. 4.jennifer Moyers gives her all. 5. Maria Olson reacts to a net ball. 6. A. tough return for Barbara Abraham. 100 Girls' Tennis Girls' Tennis Team Places Fourth in League M. l Standing: Kerry McCarthy, Bernadette Pager, Christiane Darby, Teresa King, Blaine T Sebastian, Helen Douglass, julie Rauner, Colleen Murphy, Lynn Brennan. Kneeling: Julie Montali, Michelle Bauer, Michele Angles, Maria Olson, Keiko Kishida, Barbara Abraham. Sittingzjeanne Winters, Kim Fleclejennifer Moyershloan Eckhardt. A seasonal record of 10-5 and a placement of fourth in their league was quite an achievement for the nineteen members of the Girls' Ten- nis Team, especially considering that their opponents La Jolla, Bishops, ind Point Loma were three of the top five teams in the county. Coach Don McCormick was pleased with the girls' work since the majority of of 19-11, Michelle Bauefs of 14-6, and the outstanding 26-4 record of Freshman jennifer Moyers spurred the reanfs spirit. Another vital factor was the ex- ceptional work of doubles partners Freshman Kim Fleck and returning player Colleen Murphy, Elaine Sebas- tian and Theresa King, and julie Rauner with Freshman Keiko members were new to the team. Cap- Kishrda. e . , . ram Helen Douglass singles record 1981-1982 Girls' Tennis Seasonal Record University 11 7 Mira Mesa University 5 14 Patrick Henry University 3 14 Point Loma University 0 I7 Lajolla University 5 12 Bishops University , 15 4 Sena University 11 7 Crawford University 8 9 Kearny University 17 0 U.C.H.S. 16 1 Sm Diego University 9 8 Mission Bay University 16 1 , 0.L,P. University 12 5 Hoover University 16 1 Morse University 16 I Madison Girls' Tennis 101 S W dlelilhliie Efifyjeyil Varsity Volleyball "',,,M:gs 'e X 'JR.z:'F wifi -win' " sis ll,llll 1 ill r ' I w ,ge . . Top row: Beth Grady. 2nd row: Suzanne Martin, Jaime Fuger. 3rd row: Asst. Coach Carl Elam, lrfg jenniferjenkins, Coach Steve Altamirano. 4th row:jane Pflaum, Shelley McKeone, Cathy Keenan, Sonia Sales. Front row: Mary Catherine Kane, Margie McKinley, Ilene Zarour, Sandi Wehe., 102 Varsity Volleyball an-,fi,-,seemsf'-e.L5ri3,1.ig,JrrL:f'w55.,HAw-rggriqmgiaqagg-if miiegsemiffyit--gfrsdmlrefm ., , ,, ,,. 19814982 Uni vs. Clairemont Uni vs, Lajolla Uni vs. Bishops Uni vs. U.C,H.S. Uni v . Hoover Uni v . Mission Bay Uni vs. Point Loma Uni vs. San Diego S S .l... ..yy. yr r, ,rr will w r ip ertri - 1 if L14-wa Ma-f,.J.iwr-Tee:,Hs-eyivaeyw-eferfavifr f-'mnm1-a-w..'wfr+-f- a,,fr,..,i.fews-we ef Mmjigfv5+E+:'?m1TH'5-31?'WH55l'fi'5215451 , ,J -, ,W,f,W,,a ,raw a. aye., W far, f ''1''feieflfrgafernweiv''wifiawiweiaswiteiir''Y .. . r i . Teamwork Pa 1 iiit 1 Q if 'o - . if 1 P .rv-.--'fret-. :1.e:.,f:,' 1 -za:--as-1 f- -1-4 , we .ff-'r",.-f-e-1 ik, ,ii Seasonal Record if 5 . RZFQK1 1'-'D' ffl' 1i1??fiLf?Ef ,Q .wir - e- A . 1 e C f l . YY e , Sefeeeg ee '1 f -- is 'V -i"'71Z 3 xiii- ff e 1 ' ' or i it M x . W M., W3 sa. -i aigm ,T K A 13 1 Top row: Nicky Fuger, Deanne Ridenaur. 2nd row: Marie Luciani, Michelle Sorenson, Heidi Erpelding, Nancy Beel. 3rd row: Dianne Halfman,jeanne Weinsheim, Colleen Dowd. Front row: Patty Dowd, Tammy Thomas. Uni vs. Clairemont Uni vs. La-Iolla Uni vs. Bishops Uni vs, U,C.H.S. W Uni vs. Mission Bay Uni vs. Point Loma Uni vs. San Diego More 1, Coach Altamirano gives his Varsity team support. 2. Mary Catherine Kane leans back to serve. 3.'Iane Pflaum and Ilene Zarour react to Mary Catherines save. iv. voiieybaii wa R 1' 104 Badminton With only two returning players, Alex Hart and Brian Keves, the Bad- minton Team strove to improve with each match. The young group realiz- ed its hopes of winning at least two matches, ultimately securing a record of 5-11. Coach Ted Tibbs commented that the players had a genuine desire to learn the fundamentals and strategy of the game. Such outstanding players as Heidi Booraem, Jody Har- rebomee, and Kim Simon generated interest in the sport. Coach Tibbs has high hopes for next year, as most of this year's players will be returning. 1981-1982 Badminton Seasonal Record University 8 University 4 University 3 University 3 University 5 University 2 y University to , University 5 'University I7 University 5 University 6 University 4 University 5 University 12 9 Morse 15 Madison 14 Mission Bay 14 Patrick Henry 12 Clairemont 15 Lajolla 7 Lincoln 12 Sen Diego 0 Crawford 14 Serra I l Hoover 13 Mira Mesa 14 Point Loma 5 Kearny 'VN 1' rt- Top row: Coach Ted Tibbsjody I-Iarrebomee, Kim Simornjohn LaPlanre. 2nd row: Billie ' C52 iiifl C C Stone, Alex Hart, Patty Harvel, Linda Duffy. 3rd row: Carlos Ramos, Bonnie Graham, Dana Arkinzadeh. 4th row: Paul Dinauer, Brian Keves, Mike Rhoades, if X or X my X X, X? N X S Badminton Team Gets Back to Basics 1. john LaPlante returns the birdie. 2. Paul Dinauer watches for the serve. 3. Brian Keves, right, recovers from a save. .gi ,Q sw wswsms a -'- aaa, I V- - . Ai Badminton 105 UNI HOOP TERS SHOW GREAT PROMISE r,...... g r MM. ,. MQW I-LJ 5' aw i ., ,,,1 ,funn nun-:UMM Eif- Warm, .1-"X Tony Macis follows through after aiming a perfect shot. The Varsity Basketball Team won more games than any of its predecessors from the last five years, finishing with an overall record of 11-14 and an especially satisfying league record of 6-6. Two victories over arch-rival St. Augustine prefaced the un- forgetable win over undefeated San Diego at the Sports Arena. Led by seniors jim Carroll, named Most Valuable Player, and Captain Steve Oddo, the Dons completed a tough schedule in the Western league. Other consistent performers were seniors Tony Macis, Mike Rhoades, and Tyrone Stevens. junior starters Doug Holman and David Reyes, and sophomore sixth man Phil Dinauer contributed solid efforts, giving Uni fans reason to look for- ward to the future. 19314982 Varsity Basketball Seasonal Record Uni 55 58 Kearny UU? 41 60 Marian Ullf 50 47 Sr. Augustine U19 95 55 Clairemont Uflf 54 32 University City Um 51 57 Sun Diego uag sa 64 Missing B., Um 49 73 - Patrick Henry Uni 48 62 1310113 U55 55 53 Point Loma Unf 53 24 University City Uni 47 45 Clairemont UB! 59 55 San Diego Uni 54 57 Point Loma Unr 45 63 1410113 Um 59 as Mission any 106 Varsity Basketball ,,,,,........ U' 1 Q .M ,r,r. -1vv'wbv""'t saw- . sis Ass. S ,aw-uf 'H ,....,us-.... .M ggig ,.,rrr ssss s V wif-ffifgtgr .. S T - Yes . r f ese S, S srt A g 1 r ft' 5--,Ui . .L ' , 4 - S si' :- ,. sl aw si 4 -sgeai cusp' '1'!"" in an - si es: -it N N 1 ri +- , N dl. Y' Xmas, 1 ' ' ' M f -If N , v QM 31 if midl' - 'ir M 'U---qqr-H! -n-4' N Mr ,,.s Steve Oddo, Tony Macis, Doug Holman, Gil Illescas,john Franca, Coach Zachary Peckwloe Esqueda, Tyrone Stevens,jeff Babbitt,jim Carroll, Phil Dinauer. we el 1. Phil Dinauer awaits the outcome of jeff Babbitfs foul shot. 2. john Franca displays his aerial talents before the home crowd. 3. David Reyes prepares to block an opponent. 4.jim Carroll is ready to re- bound Doug Ho1man's free throw. Varsity Basketball 107 2 E fi 9 i' as 5 5- 2 I 1 IV. Makes Record i Improvement BBN l .. N 'V lazy-rigs:-"m,. .,.-' vw-,wW:,,,,,,. .. A is Top: Eric Diamond, Will Kreusser, Matt Borer, Mark Campbell, Rob Schmitt. Middle: Coach Ted Tibbs, Dale Barba, Mike Cameron, Rob Bullef, Kevin Lee, Mike Hensleyo Bottom: Paul Kelly, Sean Keller, Matt Mendoza, Robert Holman. , N N Y- Qu X N , -V The bench shows deep cencencriii during a-time aut. e 1 l be Vii- if 7 K-:-' g is 1 5 , H :.' . z z :..3 eee . emozrpe f ggg4M K x . 4 bl f.k ,:g:as-ww R . E , 4' E , V, 3 bij Q V Y , x lm Although the j.V. Baskerb Team lost five of its firsr sexi games, long hours of he.rrl m3qti -. X- s 1 paid off later an improved 4 consistently the winter, finishing witlifg of 12-10. As Coach? remarked "When worked to their team was capeble of or .mr Co-capraine .Marko and Mike Rauch were if reeri such primary players aSfErieD 7 'S e f r . L .- ' Q r r ieee . K .,.. - we , 2 mend, Will Kreusser, and R655 Uni 50 Uni 44 108 .I.V. Basketball SSSSSESSSSSSSS SQSSUSSSEBQQSISSETS :ease-use ee-,ees Sarrieri 21 r,512,,reveeiiisee: 256 e l- -:nw lifffisa lrtl , ftfard-1 lhsrdsiwd was ifislfsf are lisi rei'e This '4 r basalt ffffrfsl flue slxhrwrshauiqrlii ye . 4 eufsiaasinssaelsysftilwsfs , , ssrf ' 4 ffssfshsuflsskf 1 Pie? SWF briefs il steer Jsnivf Ygaff on rl iiffllffgf i f. rr . if bis rs is ' 5 3 in wil 'rbi r D' lil . W3 .ZW nthony Crivelio searches for an . open animate, R . K Frosh Finish With 14-5 Record Top row: Coach Tom Walbrun, Patrick Marsh, jack White, Mark Shults, Kyle Schmidt, David Zehner. 2nd row: john Rhoades, Scott Marshall, Dan Lorch, Anthony Crivello, Roger Ibarra. Bottom row: Ken Zampese, Chris Paschal,joel Wat- son, Kevin Mahady. Seasonal Record 6 39 66 Mr. c 19 42 38 54 49 St. August' 22 Coronado 49 Mr. Carmel 27 Christian 51 Marian 26 Coronado 50 Torrey Pines 32 Marian 32 St. Augustine 45 Christian Mar Vista 'Ulises MQ. I X- 1. Mike Cameron displays determination and power. 2. Rob Schmitt is anxiously waiting to hit the boards for the rebound. 3. jack White and Kyle Schmidt discuss strategy. 4. jack White gets ready to back up Anthony Crivello. Frosh Basketball Soccer Talent Yields Winning Season Standing: Dan lgnosci,john O'Malley, Bear Kreusser, john Ford, Mike Mossmer, Sean Lavine, Todd Graham,juan Huer- ta, jeff Schultz, Doug LeCren, Coach Scott johnson. Kneeling: Statistician Suzanne Martin, Colin Stackpole, john Madruga, Randy Weller, Tony Case, Mark Cooper, Mark MacCarthy, Steve Izuno, Statistician Beth Hakeem. 1981-1982 Varsity Uni 3 Uni 6 Uni 1 Uni Uni Uni 2 Uni 4 Uni 2 Uni 3 Uni 0 Uni 3 Uni 4 Uni 4 Uni 1 Uni 2 Uni 4 Uni 1 Uni 0 Uni 2 ,g I 7 5 I E ,fw ,.e,..,..ya..z.....s is ,re K Q. se .. -li"" was 4-sf -r X -K' ,, r gs, R at it ,, . t . , 2' K . -1 wa X" S.Q"f..fii K L . . 110 Varsity Soccer Running the ball down the field, john Ford is asturly in concentration. g Z Soccer Seasonal Record 1 Chula Vista 0 El Cajon 1 Coronado 3 Santana St. Au 'nc 1 Claifrrimnt I Mission Bay 1 San Diego 0 University City- 5 Lajouai 2 Point Loma 9 - Pllfiifk Henryf 2 i Claizemcfnt, 0 Mmm my V 1 Sm 0 University City' 2 Lujolh I Poim Loma 1 Kearny Showing exceptional talent and enthusiasm, the Varsity Soccer Team ran, kicked, and scored its way to a winning season. The seventeen players, coached by Scott johnson, took first place in the limited divif' sionfof the La jolla Cup Tournamentgti established their confident? on a course to Losinglkonly to top-ranked La joltaf andf'toiPoint Loma in their bid forces the playoffs, the team finished with an outstanding record of 18-5-1. ' Although the team will be losing talented seniors such as Bear Kreusser, Steve Izuno, and Most Im- proved Player john Madruga, half ofa the players will return next year, ini clttclingy high scorers Sophomoreg sisei ilmfffa and JUf1i0f chosen Most , jg, si,ik 2 y giii a goal. -enthusiasm and talent to an educational, if YW f0f Team. Coach Steve iibaeciilicomrnented that a 5-9-2 .iei ffDidn'r really do justice to they played. A large hberfof the defeats were very rnatchesf Eians Britsch, named Most Enable Player, gave the team action. Other exceptional letes, such as Rob Eagan, Mark rn, Ed Primeau, and Frank Stef- promise good fortune for are varsity teams. 'jwiayf - , - .rig " , 51, 4 5,6 f f , 1' Hfr., ff M- .' .g.' A . 'Mfr Y 'N '1 L W fx 525 Ygjf- .ns r'?"4"e1zfzw V , Q p ' -'Fvgr,:,m.-3,-5 .., ., , ,,- I . , .-,. 1. .tr 4 ef" ' .4 i- rf Je'-lf" r.!.ufrm,- 'mr 'W ' "42112',. f M, V , 5 lvfiwa' c rragffewaem-fa 2 fa V ,Q ..'h:. Jw" QQ it I , ,, "iff A.. 1 a ,, Standing: Coach Steve jacobacci, Brian Nicholson, Robert Eaan, Tim Casey, Paul Barker, David Schroedl, Tom Atkins, Tim Kimball, Mark Horn, Hans Bntsch, Steve Denenberg, Claude Marengo, Statistician Meg Harding, Statisticianjennifer Ricklefs. sneelmgz Tim Riley, Richard LaPorta, Dan Koch, Bob jassoy, Steve Hurst, Frank Steffen, Manuel Faria, Scott Steibel, Ed nmeau. sr' , f. in M. ,M-A .pow W! 1 . ,gem 5.1 , .., . .QA yi' . f 7,7 , V ,',,4-S3 a ,QM .Ury ,N . . ,, . ,nfl , V M ,V 1 iw:-fri'-. N, fy ,,. X ,: ly I ,-. rl' , fi. - ' -V fl .V . as .1 'V ' Y. ' V . ,.. v - .-.4 -- N .N 'nik' J., 5 lxgdewv -jig' ' ' ' fl V ' , -4 , , lei' .-, ,v ew: 'S 3 , A N, , 6 .. fm ., ,UV , ,, , ,, ,. K Q 1 -- f?2'1+f'f' , ' fs.-.ai Q f if '40, I 'a , V4 ...rx 1 ,. . we - Af' , , ,, W A , 1' .aww . ' ,al .. ' 1. Randy Weller prepares to pass the ball to a teammate. wsmgszjyisocwsmomlRecord 2.. Mark Cooper jumps to head the ball against a UC 1 0 cmnaao High opponent. 3. Tim Riley intercepts a pass. 0 1 Patrick Henry 6 0 Crawford 2 3 Serra 6 0 christian 0 0 Madison 0 3 La-Jolla 2 l Clairemont 0 University city l- 3 San Diego 1 2 Point Loma 1 5 La 10113 Z 0 Clairemont 1 University City 2 3 San Diego 0 Point Loma j.V, Soccer 111 Q 1 .v ,, :Wil 1. john Walker grapples to another win. 2. Coach Ed Harvey stands proudly with the team's co-captains, john Walker and Todd Salzman. Wrestlers wtf Standing: Coach Andy Gagliano,jim Tasto,jim Schilling, Stephen Gagliano, Steve Marshall, Victor Gerardi,joe Thomas, Coach Grant Flores. Kneeling: Randy Moore, Todd Salzman, joe Dunne, john Walker, Doug Moore, Tom Chavez, Steve Liberatore. 112 Varsity Wrestling The Wrestling Dons opene the season fighting hard. The determination and talent wer displayed in fantastic victoria over St. Augustine and Poi: Loma early in the seasos However, triumph faded t defeat against San Diego an Clairemont. Under the guidanc of Coach Ed Harvey, the unde manned Varsity team con pleted the season with a respee table record. Gutstanding pe. formances were given by fou year Varsity wrestler Tod Salzman, who leaves Uni with cumulative record of 82 win 21 losses. All-County star Joh Walker helped lead the tear with strong support fror seniors Tom Chavez, jo Dunne, Steve Marshall, Rand Moore, and jim Schilling. The j.V. Wrestling Team coached by Andy Gaglianr showed great talent, enthusiast and team support. r Tom Chavez pins h oach Harvey and Coach Gagliano :rutinize their opponents. t if- K 'K All xx 5. 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Division CIF Championship for Uris Varsity Softball Team. An impressive 14-2 season record culminated in ex- citing playoff victories over Hoover and MissinneBay. The team went on to beat Southwest 3-0, clinching the CIF title. 2981-1982 Varsity faiths!! Seasonal Renaud 5 Mission Bay 0 Point Loma 1 Lnjolh 1. Sm Diego 5 Clairemont 0 University City 3 Mission Bxy 0 Pain: Lum: 2 Sem 6 Ln Jolla 0 San Diego 5 Clairemont 5 University Cay 2 Hoover lg Mission Buy e , Baud-Aves: Most Valuable Player Barb Stef- fen and Heidi Booraem, named Best Defensive Player, led the team along with the other senior players. However, Coach Margaret Mauro stressed that "basically it was a team effort. We succeeded because of our high hopes." 1. jane Pflaum is ready to kill the ball. 2. Barb Steffen demonstrates her champion- ship winning pitch. 3. Coach Margaret Mauro, along with captains, Catcher Heidi Booraem 7145, and Pitcher Barb CMagicj Stef- fen jll, displays proof of their C.I.F. Championship. Varsity Softball 115 j.V. Softball: Young and Talented Top rowzjack Williams, Darcy Hammons, Andrea Scampone, Michelle Rudolph, Meaghan Maher, Maura Sexton, Diane Pappert, Dominic Rocio, Bottom row: Denise Downing, Chrislyn Millay, Chrissie Deely, Ursula jensen, Marie Giblin, Divana Matel. Not Pictured: Deanna Ridenour. 1.Miche1le Rudolph , I E ' X ' h ' 5 ' x t 1 I I D! winds up for the f "-. 4 pitch. 2.Maura Sex- Q , ' , ' , Q ' , ton is ready to deliver N the big hit. l 116 j.v,s0frba11 The players ponder whether or not thei teammate will steal second base. The members of the j.V. Softbal Team advanced beyond their basil understanding of the game thro hr challenging season. Their rua record did not reflect the girls' hare work nor how much they learner under the guidance of Coach jacl Williams. Most Valuable Player Marii Giblin led the young team whic consisted of only five sophomore none of whom were returning players. e 4 fl I ' 4 , 1 l Q Uni's Golf Team, which Finished fourth in CIF last year, expected to improve its stan- :ling and take first place in the league. Acknowledging strong support from Uni's athletic iepartment, Coach David Fhoennes expressed some con- :ern that recent budget cuts 'night interfere with other schools' golf programs. Team Captain Mike Teb- Jetts, who qualified for the atate Championship last year, ed the team, along with three :ther returning lettermen: Ar- uro Filio, Scott Garrison and 'aul Haack. Freshman Scott Buchanan was also .expected to nake a real contribution to the eam. Gavin Milner prepares to drive a ball. . Paul Haack follows through after a :zwerful drive. 2. Tom Wieme and Eric ofgren hone their putting skills. wwwmmim www I ,3V,y,,v1 . . Standing: Coach jack Rubidoux,josephine LoCoco, Mark MacCarthy,john Holt, Mike Whelan, Greg Ketchum, Gar Millay, Ricky Martinez, Billy Rumsey, Xavier Porlas, Coach Dick Serrano, Sitting: Deann Paul, Pat Millay,j0hn Sharp, David Thistle, Mike Erb, john Preciado, jim Carroll, Casey Tibbitts, Ron Lipscomb, Annette Cefalu. Bottom: Karyn Cruz, Jeanne Selis, Carolyn LaPorta. ,, in C 1 S N t 118 Varsity Baseball I f 1 WU, W mf' We I U M fi I -fm 'V .,'Wz, -M.,-q,,i . fiewmw ,, ' 'f'ff A "fn, ,, V ..,i fe , Ei I' W? 5 5 Z I Vafslf BMS for a Good Season john Holt easily catches the ball . Key players like seniors jim Carroll, Pat Millay,john Preciado, and Mike Whelan gave Varsity Baseball coach Dick Serrano good reason to expect a winning season. Granting that the team was relatively inexperienced, he em- phasized thar they had "a lot of 1. Mike Erb puts his full force behind his pitch 2 The team rests before a big game. 3. 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M sf" ..QI..y2sy-a V, f .. t, my wk , . . a 1- + xg, , A X .... .. .. 1 A Ly J,4M?,, I 5- . ., . like Vacio swings at a perfectly thrown heh. 5 e S F-. i Coach Eddie Vido had trouble atting the Freshman Baseball Team 9 eighteen players, demonstrating ge wealth of ability present at Uni. xpecting to gain ivaluable ex- erience from their twenty scheduled arnes, the team members hope to be Early to carry oireunis CIF a+- winn- ig tradition by their senior year. Duarte and john Wachtel raked, promising as hitters early in ie season. A strong infield and the itching staff of Mike Hillerrnan, Lorch, Scott Marshall, and Eavid' Mudd guaranteed many bex- ting innings. l y Freshmen Carry on Tradition .so-.ani W , 3 , ,,' "j X A irgfgbn , ' ,Q Standingzjulie Walz, Todd Van Boxtel, Scott Marshall, Kevin Mahady, Rollie Carrillo, Coach Eddie Vido, Mike Hiller- man, Chris Paschal, Dan Lorch,-john Wachtel, Dale Barba, Elaine Canepa. Sitting: joey Duarte, joe Thomas, Stephen Castagnola, Mark Manning, Kevin Murphy, David Mudd, Fernandojacobqjohn Philpott, Mike Vacio. fs -gf: .. an k . ,M .. t.. 'A ga a rs - Q e ,,.t-,. at -. ,,.., V g K It K 1l,1-1 , h K J as R te X f- fi-fsfitnl wr - t, sa r S t. 4. s Frosh Baseball 121 ,1. if-7- 122 Track and Field Track and Field ff fi I t0 3 Runnmgsfaff Qld ,O .vf1R..lg,,, "A '- ' as :L t neil M: K f or "' "W X N A Edwin Reyes leads this cheerful pack around the track. The Track and Field team foresaw success at the beginn- ing of the spring season. Based on their past records,nRosanna Carrillo, Anthony McClendon Q and Don Hewitt were counted upon to give the team a tremen- doussboostg The hard work and talent shown by the whole team promised to make this season 4, n ,,:,,1 f ssss S A . one of the best yet. ye rrrr QQ. ff irrrt W ,i , , - KV kzggkh t I. N se xx sw X ei slim? S w N' as A s -4 sis as Q is QF: ie X .. . .X eg. N ii W5 r Q . ' g eienntge rrtrrrr. r r.r.1:r1 a Rosanna Carrillo Sprints for the finishiline. i .L Ll mding: Coach Darrell McClendon, Sara Schwartz, Patrick Brennan, Dan Hewitt, Tim Sur, Don Hewitt, Roger irra, Dan Farney, Frank Leon, Allen Deguzman, Coach Mark Marcus, Chris Wehe, Coach Cindy Liliebladh. reeling: Pam Reichert, Tom Beam, Greg Tibbitts, Anthony McClendon, jackie Dahms, Virgil Enriquez, Ed lyes, Vince Crisologo, Alvin Villaluz,joe Pantaleon, Paul Scott. Sitting: Kathy Nottoli, Stephanie Ritz, Carmella viles, Evelyn DaRosa, Pam Douglass, Frank Terzoli,-lim Lueth, Dawn Pirolo. . Anthony McClendon gives it his all in the ing jump. 2. Don Hewitt is the picture of etermination. Standing: Coach Darrell McClendon, Sara Schwartz, Ben Balanag, Richard Yuvienco, Ed Arthur, Chris Ludecke, David Findling, Theresa King, Theresa Abraham, Patty Zepfulodi Harrebomee, Keiko Kishida, Coach Mark Marcus, Coach Cindy Liliebladh, Kneelingg Frank Schanberger, Lettie Lopez, Steve McClure, Dana Arkinzadeh, Linda Duffy, Anna Plaster, Gabriel Perez, Bret Harris, Chris Wehe. Sitting: Bridget Riley, Sharon Rhoades, Gene Rathswohl, Steve Spittell, Anna Ybarra, Gwen Chuilli, Rosanna Carrillo, Gail Fitzmorris. Track and Field 123 Varsity Basketball Reaches New Heights i.. an., ss "' w .Q we Xixi. Sir 3 1. . Z2 54 is U l -ina ., M -ff ,, ' ,ff J 46 A 5, 'ii 'xS....,, .sl in 5 ,,,, W " Tricia Toye, Leslie Sherman, Sue Purcell, Elaine Anderson,-julie Pietras, Mary Dolan, Shelley McKeone, Helen Douglass, Elizabeth Hunter, Patrice Zeeck, Christiane Darby, Ilene Zarour and Coach Margaret Mauro. 124 Varsity Girls' Basketball With seven returning players and wealth of talent, the Varsity Girl Basketball Team had the potential t become Western League contender Coach Margaret Mauro anticipate that powerful rebounding and l strong defense would play a majt part in the team's success. Guidance from seniors Held Douglass, Shelley McKeone, an Sue Purcell inspired the girls to their best with help from reruminl juniors Elaine Anderson, juli Pietras, and Trisha Toye. -4 Patrice Zeeck outjumps her opponent. irilseprei forthe ,LVQ rrrrr phampretst w Gable g rimy an elses in Fsnvsslyf r isbn-mn Naneyrrbegmnrirrfrlqfleitlriy 1 Jw Wm u z Qllftreparegl t fer it a r t 1 rlghard in, to ' sles Q B ' ul j.V. Squad Attempts Shot at Winning Season me ee ax e s 'ml X ,.--"" wt' Q 'SG-as ft? ...,.4vI' Standing: Coach Zachary Peck, Maggie Franklin, Monique Roy, Heidi Erpelding, Andrea Scampone, Lisa Romeo, Aileen Ken- nedy, Nancy Beel. Kneeling: Teresa DeWitt, Alexa Cole, Gabi Doria, Christine Harvel,-jennifer Ricklefs, Denise Downing, Kathleen Schmitt. it MENS, Q ii No h1eenwSchmitt goes over the ropiifm- ,,,, all Ke, 3. A -5, t ,L may 1. Helen Douglass looks for an open lane. 2. Kathleen Schmitt sets up the pass for the duck. 3. Alexa Cole wat- ches a crucial free throw. j.V. Girls' Basketball 125 A ,, ,, V 1 73 an , W. H 'H Cl 'N f1 Cf., flu S ff 4 . 'li Ulf' - W , 1, N4' ff, 9 , 3 Kneeling: Nick Prelgovisk, Dan Wright, Chris Maggio, Paul Witt, David Carpenter. 2nd row: Coach Al Frowiss, Ed Primeau, Mitch Beu, Andrew McMichael, Randy Franke, Sean McAuliffe. 5rd row: Scott Doren, Ricardo Calderon, Dan Bedore, Brian Fletcher, Steve Schatz, Chris Erpelding, Tom Schatz. Not Pictured: Mike Wright, David Wrighgjoey Asperin, Neal Stehly, Phil Giesing, Brennan Giesing. vs sh ,,,, its A lm 1 nur' mul M"'4 126 Boys' Swimming rs-I 'L M- tr ' ' an , A o Jai? if fc N - f . yngfpf I mr , ,,4.A,54? ,,,5,3Emf 'E L fin: qi ,' if . f ru., f ' , r xf , N Y! K M ,, if , ,mimi ' ' vi -.4 'V 'p "s wfdfv' ' .l H 'L ,T 'ff-Av x9O'P""' 1.- Bo s' Swim Team Strong for Another Year As co-champions of the Western League for 1981, the Boys' Swim Team was favored to take the league alone this season. Striving for an undefeated regular season, a distinct possibility since the team was ex- tremely well-balanced in all events, the swimmers' main goal was to win the City Conference championship. Coach Al Frowiss commended the team for its winning attitude and competitive atmosphere, which he expected would help them do well as a team in CIF. He looked for leader- ship from Scott Doren, Randy Franke, and Steve Schatz, and predicted that joey Asperin and An- drew McMichael would contribute some unexpected victories. A diving team was initiated by Coaches Frowiss and Brad Lichtman to enhance the Dons' chances of do- ing well in the City Conference. Diving Team: Ed Primeau,jim Winsor, Chris Erpelding, Charlotte Watson. . 5, Ash 1. Steve Schatz shows great form in the butterfly stroke. 2. Chris Erpelding begins a winning dive. 3. Ricardo Calderon takes one more breath as he pushes to the finish. 4. Scott Doren, Randy Franke and Steve Schatz take off at the sound of the gun. 5. Ed Primeau executes a precise dive. Boys' Swimming r , W is a iii 3?"2f-aft.. ti - .,k1'l'XfQ,f'.i ' L, , V l .qi ,A i f ' ii 3Q5,i'f-Walesa?-'X ff"f ' s + 39' I in x3x..xxKiS:.t54:.3 ii? 5 A at , . . ak S .... or S s .-f ' V -"' .- ez -, -, - ' ' e X, . - . e f+ -:- : -- fits..-f r gtfghf - r , --.Sv K- K K v A. ky: e . .. . , .. , ., - my-'W 3 ,twmmis C VT? - R, ,, . A avr' Q We N 35 Q, xt 5 Q3 . I X. , saw. ky wa, ,Lp 1. T. Pat Stubbs shows form in his return of service. 2. A strong forehand return is demonstrated by Ed Ashman. 128 Boys' Tennis Back row: Coach Fr. Tim Lamm, Kelli Smith, Ray Kieffer, Bruno Filio, Pat Stubbs, Bill Gillis, Ralph Ommer,' Ashman, Steve Oddo, Mike Riordanulean Gistaro. Front row: Chuck Cameron, Matt Stiiinovichuloel Wars! john Fleischli, Steve lzuno, Nestor Velasco, Sabin. Team Strives for League Title i Abundant talent on the devisediiiiiby Coach Tim Tennis Team was intensified through hard work. Returning seniors Gil Il- lescas, Ray Kieffer, Steve Oddogarxd Captain Pat 'led the through rigorous workouts and drills Top seeded juniors Ed Ashmai Bruno Filio, and Mike Riordan ada ed clrnfiensxon to r o the tear: challenging for the league title. A x-if-ilbl -' ' .. ., x , M X , A 9551 fi X ' if?" ktiifif' 1 K if Q WJ fx" 1 'X ik .. xr I ,k""1W-E, ff V ' Qi-3 s 1? A I A pq Q A L 'S YS? ' 7 1 1 xi5E?w'q :mi "L K Q iw. k v ., - Q i ' . " 2 A A -. - N..' if A 5 Q ' 935-.-A Tia' S if ' -H ' L Wil ,wi " 1 ' Y , , 2 sy vfygifr? W -,Q if A 3 , A L 4 , . 1 ' T 1 5 H .3-3 Q f ,, 3 i V, ,J 5 ! 5 X Wu 95. .K S Y . .vp K LX Q X .1 A 3 N E . . . NW .Wait .y,ET?75Q93152g - x g My SW 1 53, fy, X, N 2 LQ' --R . ,, 3151, gi Q Q , l dx WW gg 'Pk -A f' av ff' 5' , L 1, ,gg " ' W " , :,? vw:y . 5 ,1241 . ' .54 150 Clubs and Organizations v 'M 2' I Q ,. bf ,uf V E- - 'B ' ' Hi' 'HHH' S f jk 1-K , vi Davey? M15 s ' ss 4, 3 5 khfsh L . by ff x 9 ' i ' m A XL'LLL' ','-. ,. 3 ' ,Q , lv s wx , vs 1 Clubs and Organizations 131 FFR l . ff C Zyl.: Cf'iX All If: ,H g9l Q- N X T . X Y f , . jesters ill ff QW' HP' T lf Y MX! if l , l , ff- W , 1 LM F ,4 T, An integral part of Uni since its founding by Fr. Leo F. Lanphier in 1957, the jesters X W, fi, provided an opportunity for Students to experience drama. New members were initiated gg I i after accumulating thirty-two hours of service in some aspect of a production: either ff " -,X X X, M Q ,, business, production staff, or acting. The jesters expanded their usual schedule of four x 5Q,,xlg?- V plays a year to include a Shakespeare competition at Chapman College in Orange, Califor- K ix X' ' 1 nia, and the 26th Annual High School Theatre Festival in Long Beach. S XX ff " ,, f The International Thespian Society is comprised of individuals from all over the world L, jf who have amassed one hundred hours of outstanding work in the business, set, and ac- ' ting facets of theater. Uni's chapter of ITS, led by President Elaine Warren, was the honor ig! corps of thejesters. Activities for 1982 included a progressive dinner through San Diego. Back row: Kelly Harrington, Tom Franklin,jeff Soulages, Susan Brennan, Bonnie Graham, Paul Azarewicz,jenny Soulages, Cheryl Stage, Mika Cutting. 2nd row: Doug Moore, Pam Puryear, Susan McFarlin, Melissa Sanchez, Mandy Lopez, Lettie Lopez, Tony Gilson, Nina Wagner, Annette Rico, Lisa Montoya. Front row: Rosanna Calderon, Dan Farney, Ron Bouterie, Theresa Smith, Greg George, Gary Faucher, Peter Wood, Elaine Warren, Kim Ruzich, Moderator Fr. Lanphier. Top row: Cheryl Stage, Gary Faucher, Mika Cutting, Rosanna Calderon, Doug Moore. Middle: Nina Wagner. Bottom row: Lisa rg 4'- Montoya, Peter Wood, Theresa Smith, E T4 'T Elaine Warren, Susan Brennan, Ron 1 Bouterie, Greg George. 4 S5 International Thespian Society 152 jesters The Inexpected Quest :I 'L 'Q- Thejesters opened the 1981-82 season with The Unexpected Guest, a murky, mysterious whodunnit by Agatha Christie. Smooth, enigmatic Michael Starkwedder fGregory Georgej and the alternately cool, then pas- sionate Laura Warwick CKelly Har- ringtonj headed this noteworthy cast. Gary Faucher played Laura's lover, and Mike Lukpetris made a cameo appearance as her dead hus- band. Theresa Smith rendered a remarkable performance as Mrs. Warwick, while Beth Goscienski created the role of the efficient governess, whose only weakness was an attachment to the temperamentaljan Warwick fPeter Woodj Dan Farney and Bill Fallon, as police detectives, search- ed for clues, while the blackmail- ing Nurse Angell was played by Susan Brennan. tries to reason 1. Miss Bennet calmly with the crazed .Ian War- Laura Warwick wick. 2. Lovers and julian Farrar deny any involve- ment in the murder of Laura's disabled husband. 3. jan, Laura, and Mrs. Warwick try to determine who the murderer could be. jesters 13 Life With Father Blustering Clarence Day, Sr. QDoug Moorej, tempered by the gentle yet firm hand of his loving wife, Vinnie QTheresa Smithj led the cast of this char- ming comedy about American family life at the turn of the century. The Day sons were endearingly played by Tony Gillson, Frankie Terzoli, and Marty Gorsich. Marty, the son of faculty members David and Elizabeth Gorsich, though only seven years old, stole the show with his charisma and imaginative spelling. Sweethearts Clarence jr. QPeter Woodj and Mary Skinner fElaine Warrenj provided romance, while the constantly fired and hired maids, the cook CBonnie Grahamj, the stolid doctors, and the vivacious but flighty Cora QKelly Harringtonj rounded out the cast. 1. Mother quizzes Whitney on his catechism as little Harlan watches. 2. Father tells Mother that under no cir- cumstances are Cora and Mary to stay in his house. 3. As Clarence jr. gazes blissfully upon his sweetheart Mary, Cora thanks Father for his hospitality. 4. Mother, the boys, and Annie CRosanna Calderonj await Father's arrival at the breakfast table. 134 jesters i Peg O' M Heart The jesters' Spring production of Peg O' My Heart featured Nina Wagner in the title role. Her lilting Irish brogue and bubbling personali- ty charmed everyone, especially Sir Gerald Adair QDouglas Moorej. The haughty, miserable Ethel fBeth Goscienskij toyed with the affec- tions of philandering Christian Brent QMike Lukpetrisj, while her foolish brother Alaric fGreg George, delighted the audience with his frivolity. Susan Brennan portrayed stuffy Mrs. Chichester, and john Weinsheim, a newcomer to the stage, played lawyer Montgomery Hawkes. Completing the cast, Mika Cutting and jenny Soulages amused all as the uppity household staff. 1 1. Alaric explains the state of family finances to his mother Mrs. Chichester. 2. Christian Brent attempts to per- suade Ethel to elope with him. 3. Peg andjerry meet for the first time. 4. Peg and Bennett con- front one another over an order issued by Mrs. Chichester. jesters 155 Members of the Bowling Club met once a week at Frontier Lanes to develop and advance their bowling skills. Weekly dues went into an ac- count at the bowling alley for trophies and a party at the end of the year. The Club held competitions between teams and individuals, and trophies were awarded to those who had the highest overall scores. Their co-ordinator Mrs. Theresa Rizzo, Moderator Mrs. Breher, President Steve Kemp and Secretary Theresa Abraham worked hard and combin- ed their expertise to keep the Club organized and fun-filled. Bowling Club etwwsss se M., N ,aww W, ar' Top rowzjohn Self,-jeff Soulages, Rick Kruse, Greg McCabe, Tom Tenhunen,jeft' Henninger, Ken Brown. 2nd row: Chri Sherman, Glen Boyer. Bottom row: Mil-ce Duffy, Paul Rizzo, Steve Kemp, Theresa Abraham, Lisa Funtall, Mrs. Theresa Rizzr Vincent Bucher. Bowling N-...I 5 ?:',l QL ' 'li 'H -rs - .. ', 'il- ' ' . QA, -visa ont row: Nancy Diller, Bridget Riley, Tim Gabrielson, Mrs. Andrea Fulton, Moderator. Back row: Meaghan Maher, Mike :mihan,john Pabst, David Martini. Club Golf course courtesies, sportsman- ship, cooperation, and friendship ranked second only to fun as the Golf Club's objectives. The ten members, including Keefe Baker, President, and Moderator Mrs. An- drea Fulton, enjoyed the competition involved in a good game of golf at least twice a month. Although most were active golfers, membership was not restricted to golf-pros only, and all enjoyed occasionally taking a novice along on the local public courses for a nine hole round. Golf 157 j.V. Cheerleaders Top row: Cynthia Contrerashlennifer Lab, Gabi Doria. 2nd row: Theresa Tomcek, Patricia Falstad, Kasie Connors, Maria Close Front ro Becky By om Generating spirit and firing up fans at games and pep rallies, the j.V. Cheerleading squad was filled with en- thusiasm. The girls practiced twice a week and encouraged the -I.V. Football and Basketball teams at every game. Head cheerleader Maria Close's leadership resulted in a dedicated and talented group. Co-head Cynthia Con- treras and Theresa Tomcek got he spirit going while Gabi Doria and jenny Lab kept an eye on the game, determined to cheer the team on to victory. Kasie Connors and Trisha Falstad choreographed the routines and Becky Byrom's gymnastic talent kept the prac- tices fun and the spirit high. 138 j,V. Cheerleaders Dance and till Team QB l 5 ix Pop row: jenni Shields, Lori Duthie, Doreen Dizon, Lisa Fei-nkes, Therese Stone, Chris Keeley. 2nd row: Mary Ann Villarba, Eloria Acosta, Lisa jacobo,joy Marsella, Laura Cruz, Kari Conniry. Bottom row: Nikki McPhail, Michele Boose, Elizabeth -Iunter, Dawn Canzoneri. Discipline was the key to success for the newly formed Dance and Drill Team. Captain Nikki McPhail, First Lieutenant Michele Boose, Se- cond Lieutenant Elizabeth Hunter, and Third Lieutenant Dawn Can- zoneri supervised the practices, held three to four times a week throughout the Summer and Fall. Mrs. Wilstermann, as moderator, made sure all seventeen members followed the rules and regulations of the Dance and Drill Team Hand- book, resulting in halftime exhibi- tions of precision and spirited dance routines. The Team organized car washes, garage sales, and bake sales to raise money for summer camp, ac- cessories, and music for routines. They plan to enter into competition next year and will put more emphasis on drill when Uni starts a marching band. Dance 8: Drill Team 139 For those lovers of the great outdoors, the Alpine Club provid- ed a breath of fresh air. Founded in 1981 by Peter Moons and Mika Cutting, President respectively, the organization was meant to give every Uni student an opportunity to appreciate the wilderness. Moderators, Mr. Altamirano and Dr. Anderson-Laib, stressed that team hiking was the safest and most enjoyable way to hike. As a further precaution, all members were required to take a Red Cross basic first-aid course before par- ticipating in the hikes on Mt. San President and Vice- Jacinto and in the Cuyamaca and Laguna Mountains. 140 Alpine Club .lf in ' ff" 'EN 'ligvfflb g k., J: A Ziggy. ff , xiii, 1 h gig- ,'- 'X , I Qc gm QI' We vu, Sli p fi qi' li tml, if 'li l A were llrlonvllwi il" l'1 . !W,,1'4:.l tl rl,-11 vi lx 1' 5 Q 4: Q 'ig f l ,l as Xi, Ruth Lukpetris, Trisha Leggett, and DEHHHC Kinninger try to keep warm by the campfire. Top row:Brent Hom, Genevieve Potts, Mika Cutting, Teresa Abraham, Moderator Steve Altamirano. 2nd row Co Moderat Karen Anderson, Dianna Unwin, Deanne Kinninger, Barbara Abraham, Frank Schanberger. Bottom row Gary Faucher Trisl Leggett, Margie McKinley, Ruth Lukpetris, Peter Moons. Alpine Club Back row Pat Shinsky Keele Baker Andy Gray Tom Atkins Mike Myles,jeff Soulages, Peter Moons. Front row: Moderator Cyn- thia Liliebladh oey Barreras Not pictured Brian Keeves Steve Geising, Frank Shaunbe, Karen Taylor,-John Pabst. f 1 0 Cycling Club Uni cyclists discovered anew that bik- ing not only is one of the few inexpensive modes of transportation remaining, but it is also a great form of recreation. The only equipment necessary to join the Cycling Club was a bike and enthusiasm. President Mike Myles, Moderator Ms. Liliebladh, and eight other members met twice a month to plan weekend tours to Del Mar, Point Loma, and other areas of San Deigo. These shorter rides helped build endurance for longer trips like the six-day excursion through San Clemente, Hemet, Indio, Borrego Springs, and julian, taken over Christmas vacation. lll""""" ,N,, L -M E " ess-fy S ,f Q' 3 1, Skiers load their gear on the bus bound for Brianhead. 2. Teresa King has a disagreement with a pine. 3. A Ramosman. 4. Rollie Carillo and jim Tasto wait for their turn on the lift. 5. Celeste Kankowski, Leigh Anderson, Mike Mossmer, Maureen Maguire, and Andy Hawes relax after a day on the slopes. 142 Ski Club llr 1 Ski Club 8 'if ,BN ,.,. A ig XE' if 4. N Q it we L A 1 sis- In ..'ii' C :.. kg it L." QL-A Q N.. - . v, 1 ak., I sm op row: Meg Vacio, Rika Ellis, Sam Harrison, Rob Buller, Drew Flores. Ted Behra,john Potts, Danny Pryor, Bobby Kares, Mike Monahan. 2nd row: Keith Anderson, john 'achtel, Matthew Borer, jeff Dawson, Tim Murphy. 3rd row: Steve Denenberg, Todd Graham, Mickie Alderson,john Sanford,jaime Navarro, Mary Catherine Kane,jen Collins, anne Tomcavage. 4th row: Mary Lange, Michelle johnson, Kerri Kantor, Patricia Harvel, Kelli Smith, Teresa King, Anne Ibarra. Sth row: Elicia Richardsonnlulie Spahn, Stephanie itz, Kristin King, Cindy Kemp,j0hn LaPlante, Louis Adomo. Bottom row: Lisa Williams, Lori Cushman, Elizabeth Owsley, David Adamo,jay Mongiardo. Wa!! , fin rea! jfaff J f7"Pf VCU M13 yea I K0 U5 f I VQJ 6,13 0 lfpgif fqegf LJ! Ciff jOfhj Af AQ uf fu 50 auf' ML, tgvfnmffy fc, -Jr ,LT 1 ffm 7 X70 ff I .7 f'C'f,q jycncj ,ly gp 4,,,',fA0,,,L yay, fir? 0 jffpaf ff ICQ . Lo -fc' L ifaffl. The phenomenal popularity of the Ski Club enabled officers Lori Cushman, Annette Mangiameli, Elizabeth Owsley, and Lisa Williams to plan fourteen trips for 1981-82. They in- cluded both day and weekend excur- sion to Gold Mine, Mammoth, and Brianhead. The seventy members of the Club, ranging in skill from beginners to experts, honed their skills while meeting new friends and having fun. Mrs. Prather and Mr. Ramos served as moderators of the club, which has been in existence since 1979 and continues to grow as the years progress. 'We' W :Nga x.-9 - .. 5" A. Ski Club 143 r i s i i S From row: john Parton, john Rhoades, Colin Stackpole, Mike Rhoades, Dean Gonsowski, Albert Gagliani, Chris Mertz, Second ro Richard Longworth, Brian Fletcher, Doreen Dizon,john Tedrow, Garret janney, Kerri Kantor,jeff Dawson, Paul MacManus. Third row: Il Tim Moriarty, Moderator, Matt Campbell, Martin Gorence, Theresa Stone, Bill Berg, Richard Schauer, Sandi Wehe, Duncan Floersch, Ci johnson. Fourth row: Bradley George, Mark Scheble, Lisa Fernkes, Brent Wyborney, Andy Wirkus, Chris Ludecke, Rob Budetti, T Mulligan,jim Sports,-Joe Picard. E Surf Clul 1982 saw a charter issued to the - y Surf Club, moderated by Mr. Moriar- y my a l , ty. Colin Stackpole was elected presi- , 4 dent, Bill Berg vice-president, Mike , W y M lf Rhoades treasurer, and Matt Camp- , i 5 bell secretary. The Club also chose A Mike Cameron as their sergeant-at- Q arms to help maintain order at the S meetings. The members gathered bimonthly to make plans for surfing trips, including a possible excursion to Mexico. The main objective of the 5 organization was to help students en- joy the ocean and relax outside of school. The officers hoped to ar- f r 401: V r. . lii yriy 7? V ' V ' ,,,v.,,: frfffzf 1'f ' if an 2,i 1,s,?ge"rt f range competitions against other . ,,,, , ,,,i,,,, Q A schools and to produce an audio- , - - as iii visual presentation to show to the if ara rrro if students at Uni. ,.. - rrrrrr 1 ,-'l 71' -13 -,, 1 rni' " ' i " , , 1 -, H ' 144 Surf Club Top row: Doreen Dizon, Amy Hughes, Lynne Osias, Nikki McPhail, Keli Smith, Mary Beth Dykes, Kelley McDonough, Lisa Blake, Elizabeth Brown. 2nd row: Dorianne Chiulli, Theresa Enriquez, Cindy Kemp, Kathleen McKeone, Wendi Wagner, Colleen Caufield, Elaine Sebastian, Ms. Cusack. 3rd row: Robin Halliday, Paula Contreras, Katherine Acol, Mary Ross,janet Anderson,-Ienniferjach, Pam Reichert, Nancy Diller. Bottom row: Molly Ewers, Cheryl Stage, Colin Green, jim Butler, Gary Faucher, Dianna Unwin, Crissy Grenard, Mary Dolan, Yvonne Montoya. 3Chorus and Band Directed by Ms. Cusack, Uni's chorus and band displayed the 2 vast musical ability present on campus. The small but powerful band added spirit and rhythm to pep rallies and various sports events. With an effective blend of many fine voices, the chorus pro- vided a harmonious atmosphere for some of the masses at Uni and for several school functions. The obvious talent of the members of both groups, coupled with many hours of practice, resulted in continued strength for the young music program at Uni. 1 El ' A d , Ch ' Sch ll , Michael joseph, Dwayne View, Ms. Cusack. and row: jawad Masso, Angie giggdgo-fzygepl-Ti-xiicken lf:iLil,rWszelliilii, Gly: Biiyer. Bottom row: Meg Adams, Beth Tucker, Adrianne Armstronghlennifer Carli- sle, Tina King. Chorus and Band 145 Each day at lunch, a small group of skilled students prepared to engage in a small war on a miniature battlefield. N'o, Uni does not have an ROTC program, the Chess Club was just setting up another game. The six members utilized their patience and developed complex strategies in preparation for tournaments with such schools as Francis Parker, Bishops, and La Jolla. Competitions were held in regular and speed chess. President Gerry Fenech affirmed, "Playing chess improves our deduc- tive reasoning." All of the members agreed that they strengthened their playing skills while enjoying the challenge of the game. 146 Chess Club Chess Club Left ro right: Steve Schatz, fstandingj, Gerry Fenech, Glen Boyer,jim Misleh, Chris Erpelding and Tom Schatz fstandingj. .3 ff Q ,- ya wr The Dungeons and Dragons Club activities expanded to include such games as Chivalry and Sorcery, Traveller, and Top Secret. These complex games of strategy cultivated club members' imaginations and deductive reasoning. Founder Paul Azarewicz served as president of the club, moderated by Ms. Niethus. Steve Covell was Vice-President while jim Winsor acted as Keeper of the House. Dungeons 81 Dragons ff Left to right john Winsor john Covell Paul Azarewicz,jeff Soulages, Stephen Covell. Dungeons and Dragons 147 The California Scholarship Federation and National Honor Society recognized Uni students' academic achievement. Eligibility for membership in CSF was based on ten points CA's worth three points, B's worth onej in academic subjects and demonstration of consis- tent good conduct. Freshmen could become Associate Members after the first semester, but regular member- ship was available only to sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Four semesters of qualification, at least one be- ing in the senior year, merited Life Membership and made students eligible for scholarships offered through the Society. Requirements for NHS were slightly more stringent. Students not only had to maintain a grade point average of 3.0 or above, but also had to show outstanding qualities of leadership, scholarship, conduct, and service. l l 3 A Seniors: Top row: Paul Azarewicz, Anne Marie Ruta, Lisa Williams, Liz Norvell, ji Rotherham. Bottom row: Ilene Zarour, Margie McKinley, Patricia Zepf, Theresa Abraham. California Scholarship Federation juniors: Top row: Alexandra Hart, Alison Mitchell, Suzanne Martin, Beth Grady, Katy Mauro, David Pilkington. 2nd row: Jenny Soulages, Susan Beel, Mary Rem- ington, Robert Kelly, Margaret Pfeil,jackie Crisologo. 3rd row: Edna Clarin, Kerry Ferris, Felicia Delaney, joe Marsella, MaryAnn Blouin, justina Flavin. Bottom row: Lisa Montoya, Penny Ecks, jocelyn Valencia, Anna Bustria, Teresa Perez, Mary Ann Villarba, Barbara Abraham. 148 csFfNHs Sophomores: Top row: David Londono,jawad Masso, Louis Adamo, Dan Koch. 2nc row: Lisa Ecks, Teresa King, Melissa Sanchez. 3rd row: Susan Ainslie, Paula Kasimatis Meg Harding,jean Gistaro. Bottom row: Paula Contreras, Bonnie Graham. i i ' . . if . N, fr A r 5 , r 1. x it S 533-I frat lg H 2 3 6 ' 1 ...H 'li Left to right: Chris Sperrazzo, Margaret Pfeil, Barbara Abraham, Mary Remington, Lucia Lachmayr, Robert Kelly, Rubie Crena, Maryann Blouin, Beth Koch, Ann Roberts, Kary Mauro, Michele johnson, Christiane Darby, Margaret Kasimatis, Patti Zepi, Brad Lichtman, Moderator, Liz Norvell, Greg Shannon, David Pilkington, Theresa Abraham,jim Misleh,joe Wainio, Ilene Zarour, Elizabeth Owsley, Gerry Fenech, Eric Lallana,jim Duran, Sally Dadmun, Stewart Dadmun, Kris Stiven, Mary Patton, Alexandra Hart. The Political Awareness Organization was a club whose purpose was to discuss relevant political issues, events, and ideas, as well as to pursue active par- ticipation in politics. These objectives were reached through informal meetings at which inhabitants of the political arena spoke and questions were debated. Hoping to foster an interest in politics throughout the student body, Chairman Greg Shannon and a council of seven students sponsored guest speakers, films, and debates on two evenings a month. Active participation was also sought through in- volvement with political can- didates and their campaigns. Political Awareness Organization 149 l l i 3 L i Front row: Elizabeth Owsley,-julie Rauner, Tina Coladonaro, Sally Dadmun, Mr, Thoennes. 2nd row: Theresa Enriquez, Lisa Asperin, Elaine Sebastian, David Millan, Sue Purcell, Steve Oddo, Kris Stiven, Mike Nottoli, Kelli Landers, Margie McKinley, Randy Weller, Paula Kasimatis,joy Marsella, Elizabeth Hunter, Elaine Dwyer, Traci Hatter. 5rd row:-Iulie Montali, Sue McFarlin, Sarah Schwartz, Kim Ruzich, Alex Hart, Phil Dinauer, Bob LaPorta, 4th row: Debbie Millan, Eunice Sebastian, Kathy Nottoli, Gina Civarelli, Colleen Dowd, Mary Dolan, Lori Cushman, Lila Duda, Alison Mitchell, Nina Wagner, Tracy Erra, Vicky Molinarolo, Erin Rowe, Carolyn LaPorta,-Iohn Walsh,-joel Watson, Mary Ann Logue. Back row: Trisha Whelan, Maureen Maguire, Eric Lallana, Pam Reichert, David Pilkington, Kerry Ferris, Anne Roberts, Pam Douglass, Patricia Zeeck, Rosanna Carrillo, Michelle Moore, Tonianne Giacaloneujoey Asperin. Student Counci Through the ,Student Council, Uni students were kept informed and were able to express their opinions on school issues. An elected representative from each homeroom attended the meetings every three weeks and then reported back to his homeroom. The council also helped to keep the lines of communications open between the administration and the student body. Under the direction of President Lila Duda, Secretary Margie McKinley, and ASB Officer-in-Charge Alison Mit- chell, the delegates gained experience in the workings of student government. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Sitting: President Lila Duda, Secretary Margie McKinley, ASB Officer-in-Charge Alison Mitchell. Standing: Moderator Mr. Thoennes. 150 Student Council 1 E I r g Standing: Mike Ecks, Rosanna Calderonhjessica Piccini, Kneeling: David Settles, Bob Harvey. El cid A year of major changes for Uni's newspaper, El Cid, saw the formation of ajour- nalismfNewspaper production class and the ar- rival of a new advisor, Fr. Tim Lamm. The class instruction emphasized the organization of a paper and effective writing, especially capturing and retaining a reader's attention. The editorial staff was also completely new. Editor-in-Chief Rosanna Calderon, News Editor jessica Piccini, Features Editor Robert Harvey, Sports Editor Mike Ecks, and David Settles, the Page Four Editor, had the help of the jour- nalism students and outside writers to put out the paper on a regular basis. El Cid exchanged issues with other high schools and sent informa- tion about Uni to all San Diego parishes and to The Sentinel, a small local newspaper. N- row: Michael Pedace, Kelly Payfer, Ed Gregory, Tony Burris, David Settles,john Mitchel1,j0e Wainio, Moderator Fr. Tim Lamm. row: Pat Brennan, Susan Boileau, Gina Romeo, Ilene Zarour, Berna Fager, Theresa Enriquez, jessica Piccini, Leslie Boysen, Lisa Beth G cienski Teresa Morissette Bottom row eff Soula es Kastle De Massa Mar M les Traci Hatter, Rosanna Calderon, ynuts, os' A, ' . :J g , , y y , 1Michael Ecks, Bob Harvey. l El Cid 151 Sub-Editors: Sandi Wehe,jill Brow, Eileen Sposato, Lori Cushman, Ed Reyes, Meg Vacio,jay Mongiardo, Lucia Lachmayer, Kim Neeleman, Brett Matrox. In order to make the 25th edition truly special, the Presidio 1982 staff spent countless hours writing copy, making layouts, proofing, and tak- ing, developing, and printing photographs. While other students enjoyed vacations basking in the sun, those students involved in producing the Yearbook spent their free time with grease pencils, croppers, and seemingly endless stacks of Quad Paks. A semester-long class in Year- book production, a new addition to the curriculum, educated staff members in the principles of copy, layout, and Yearbook design. Editor-in-chief Rubie Crena, Kary Mauro, Copy Editor, and Bradley George, Photography Editor, guided the inexperienced staff and oversaw their work. "We have argued, laughed, and sometimes cried over this book," said Mrs. Margaret King, Yearbook Moderator. "The students have given the best of themselves, their time, and their talent." Editorial Staff: Sam Harrison and Sandi Wehe, Layout Editors, Rubie Crena, Editor-ii Chief, Mrs. King, Moderator, Katy Mauro, Copy Editor, Bradley George, Photograpl' Editor. Presidio 1982 COPY Staff: Bonnie Glmhami Mandy' LOPCZ, Paula COH- Photography Staff: Frank Schanberger, Drew Phillips, Hams' Karl' Mmm' LUU3 Lafhmayf- Bradley George, Kim Neeleman, Tom Ekno,-jay Mongiar' do, Diana Schmidt. SQ I' 1 1 ,Q YQ 'ple' ew- : f J X 4 -fi vs . we is 3 4? 154 Perspective The Agreement ifokw Their team are one: of grief Togetber We Jympathize with them, Their heartf areflled with hopeleimef, Hg laughed, ,be laughed Wt' Pity Ihfm- He Jang, the Jang Their hodiet are weary, He ffigd, 51,6 5,-fed We thaw our companion. He died, the lived, but died imide, They cry for food, they chohefor water. We give them our love, and they die. Mia Crivello M015 Ewen -4- qv I can 't tell you why, But tome things just don? work out. I know that you love me. It': not your love I doubt. I know itlv not you or me,- I guest .rome things we ll never fee. I know we 've both tried. You know we 've both cried. So it look! like we 're not going to make it. We made our pronzixeg lefk try not to break it. I know you love meg I know you need her. So I ll let you go till you know for ture. Well now itir time for me to go. I 71 always love you though you ll never know. A5 I walk out, I 'll rloxe your door. 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L " 12 ' I r fu deg S 'Y .Qt Q' " G 1 off' Debutante At 18, fhe hetornex a little queen, Sofialite partie! and pearly reign supreme, Perrhance, her relative: are affluent, She may refeive invitationx to it, All it well If YES, But what a dreadful bore 17-NO. Invitations flow in from her pofh conzpanionf, Waltzef, Fox Tron, and Cha- Chat are the rage. On Muffy? birthday, her night ofnightt, Tangot, The Swing, and Rhumhaf are on the top Of her lift Truly, thif is the Jocial ayfair no one will min, Not even THE LA j0LLA LIGHT or Burl Stiff But. . . all good thing must rome to an end, Frethman year at Vatxar heginf, . . .Aftion flops, . . . Flathbulhs pop. . . . The party '5 . . .over. Alexandra Hart Perspective 155 Perspective PPC' THE COLOR OF FIRE IS ORANGE Carl leaned down, face close to the table, examining each curve, groove, and intricate color design on every puzzle piece. His sharp eyes picked out the one he was searching for. He picked it up eagerb' and brought it into the frame. It ft perfectly, revealing a little more of the earthen bridge. Large red -orange maple leaves were starting to drop over its tiered rails. The next piece would have orange in it. He scanned each piece carefulhr, keeping the color in his mind. A piece with orange . . . Fire - hot, angry, roaring in his ears . . . He blinked. For a moment he had forgotten what he was doing. He looked at his hand, The muscles were twitching. Carl rubbed his hand on his pants, trying to get the sensation to stop. Then he gave his attention back to the puzzle. He concentrated deeply, until his eyes saw onbi the pieces. The sounds around hint seemed to go mute. He was no longer aware of the radio behind hint. "The body was found earhf yesterday evening in a dense part ofCarsen Park. Because ofthe over-all damage to the body, positive identfcation has not yet been made. However, it is believed . . ." His fingers closed on a piece, instinctivebf, without even looking at it. It ft into place, forming a maple leaf of vibrant orange, like It thrashed about violenth, fire eating hungribf away at it. The fre roared, almost drowning out the screams. There was the sickening, acrid smell of burning hair . . . He opened his eyes. He was bling on the floor. The card table had fallen on its side, dumping puzzle pieces on him and on the floor. "Oh, God, "he thought. He had had another attack. But why? It had been a year since it had happened. He had hoped it was all over. He sat up. His head was still a little fuzzy. He brushed off the puzzle pieces that were caught in his clothes. His mother entered the room. "What happened?"she asked. "Are you all right? " Concern wat written on her face. "Yet, the dog knocked over the table, " he lied. Carl righted the table and began to talvage what he could ofthe puzzle. He willed hit handt not to shake until the lep. When the did, he tank heavih to the floor. Hit face wat tweating. He couldn 't tell her he may have had another attack - he wouldn 't. It would ttart all over again with her conttanthy worrying and futting over him. She would have him in bed and, alwayt, there would be that look of concern in her face. No the would never know. Tonight he would tneak into the medicine cabinet and take the medicine the doctor had given him latt year when they thought that he might have had epilepty. "Hey, Stick, you want to go jogging? " He tmiled, recognizing hit titterh nickname jhr him. Of all the people latt year, the had ttill treated him norrnalb. Hit mother had accuted her of being intentitive, hut he fit that that wat far from true. "WelL do you want to go or not? " "Yet, yet I do. " "Then hurry. I 'm getting into my jogging thingt right now! " He quickb' got into hit T- thirt and a pair of tweat pantt. In the other room, he heard hit mother 't voice. "I don 't want you jogging around Carten Park. Not after that murder." "Don 't worry. I don 't want to go there! Imagine, tomeone burning tomebody up! " hit titter replied. They jagged two milet. He concentrated on the tteady rhythm hit feet made at they pounded the tidewalk. To one tide, the houtet opened onto Carten Park. Many treet littered their autumn leave: on the gratt and tidewalkt. Hit titter crotted the ttreet. He yhllowed, but they didn 't enter the park. He watched hit feet rite and fall patting each evenb tpaced crack. An orange leaf wat blown into hit path. Hit hot landed tauarebf on it. Cruthing it. . . Fire exploded about hit foot. It raged up hit leg and into hit face. Hot air teared hit lungt. He couldn 't breath. He dropped to hit kneet. He could fel the tkin on hit face dry and crack and then peel hack like the paget Q' a book. Hit eyet burned and thriveled in their tockett. He tried to cry out, hut hit throat wat charred. "Are you all right? " Hey, are you all right? " He opened hit eyet. Hit titter wat looking over him. He became aware ofthe ground beneath him. Hit leg wat twitted underneath him. Oh God, it had happened again. He plz like crying. He wat to helplett againtt it. "Can I help you up?" He let her hehft him up. Hit mutclet were weak. She hehhed him back home. "Pleate don t tell mother! " he had taid. But, of courte, the had to tell. He tpent the next week under clote turveillance from hit mother. He wat turprited that hit mother even let him go to tchool. At the end ofthe week, while concentrating on a tett, he had another attack and wat tent home. Hit titter entered the room tentativebr. She wat dretted in her jogging clothet. "How ya ykeling? " ' "Fine, "He wat Qing in bed. "Are you going jogging? " "Yet, and hurry up and get better. I hate jogging alone. " He tmiled. "I could tneak out. " "No, today you fray here. " There wat a flicker in her eyet,' tomething ttrange, but then it wat gone. She came farther into the room and ttood next to the bed. "What doet it feel like . . ."She wat uncomfortable. "when you have one of thote attackt? " "I don 't really know. I don 't remember anything during them. I know I dream tometimet. " "What do you dream about? 'I "I don 't know. I forget when I wake up. " "Aren 7 you curiout about what you dream? You thould try to remember next time. " "I hope there won T be a next time. " She tmiled and patted hit arm, "Bye " He watched her go and then ttared at the ceiling. He wanted to go with her but he knew he couldn't. There wat that flicker in her eyet. She didn 't want him to go. She wat prohabb ayhaid he would have another attack. He couldn 7 underttand it. He had teen the doctor again, thit week, and ttill the doctor couldn't tell them whether or not it wat epilepty. H it watn 't, what wat it? Without realizing it, hit mind centered on a tpot on the ceiling. The mutclet in hit hand began to tremble. Sweat broke out on hit forehead. It wat warm, like . . . Fire, burning out of control. The image ttruck violentb at the flames that were devouring ittfleth. Oib, black tmoke poured from tkin that hubbled and cracked. It danced about with the flamet and then fill. Itt face wat jutt inchet from hit vition. Itt mouth wat wrenched open in a voicelett tcream. The eyet and note were reduced to charred holet that tpat tteaming juicet like fat on a grill. Detpite the damage he recognized the face. It wat hit titter. He jerked up. Hit body wat trembling. The dream wat fading away but he clung to it. What wat it? Hit eyet fell on the picture of hit .fitter on hit dretter. For a tecond it wat the face of charred corpte. With the tame inttinct that had guided hit hand to the puzzle piecet, he knew that hit titter wat in danger. Terror yqlled hit brain. He could think of nothing elte but that in a thort time hit titter wat going to ji ff-L 'ft vi.. 1 S4 4 'Qi -3 . I rmx r V x - A gig if? .Q ,R x 5' 4 f 'fit if i 4-of 35+ t will 13 , no Ujf.Jne't' Af ff' Wx' f L die. Carljumpedfrom his bed and ran. He ran from the house and the street. His mother tried to stop him, she called aper him to stop, but he didn 't hear her. She went to the phone. Without thinking, he ran towards Carsen Park. He took short cuts through people 's yards, jumping fences and tearing through hedges. He was going too slow. He would be too late. Pain crept up from his side, cramping his stomach muscles, until he nearly doubled over with pain. But he had to keep moving. He couldn 't let his sister die. She was the onh' one who understood him. He almost never got a chance to realb talk to her because she was always out, but he trusted her and he loved her. He had to get there in time. He crossed a green lawn and reached the sidewalk when his muscles began to tremble. Another attack coming on. "Noi No! Not now! " he screamed out loud. His foot twisted on the curb. He pill forward. His head hit the pavement. He could bear the sound of . . . Tires crushing the loose gravel on the pavement. A black car slowly made its way 158 Perspective X ni ng...- is ff' Laura Vsllurr I into Carsen Park. It was moving slower than normal, as it had an ominous evil intent. A girl with her hair bouncing in a pony tail behind her was jogging on the side of the road. The car crept up behind her, like a cat stalking its prey. There was a cold splash of liquid, the light ofa match and then the eruption ofjire. He opened his eyes. Oh God, how long had he been out. He struggled to get up. He felt weak. His ankle screamed with pain. He looked at it. It was oddly bent and already the skin around it was turning dark shades of blue and red. He managed to stand up. His foot was a throbbing, leaded ball. It was agony to put pressure on it but he had to move. He made his way as best as he could, biting his lip against the pain until he drew blood. He was sure he could feel bones rubbing against bone. Only the Farymr his sisters life kept him moving on. The entrance to Carsen Park that he and his sister had passed by a week ago was in sight. The car in his dream was slowly entering it. He struggled toj91llow it but the pain was so much. Something was starting to poke from beneath his skin. His eyes flied with tears. He lost sight ofthe car. He dragged his body hrward. It was hopeless. He wasn 't going to make it. He saw his sister, her hair tied in a pony tail. The car was creeping up behind her. He cried out to her, told her to look out, but she didn 't turn around. He was desperate. He jbrced his body into a limping run. The skin on his ankle tore. A slim, white silver of a bone poked through. Billiant red oozedfrom the wound down his foot, leaving glistening blotches on the road. He screamed in terror and pain, The girl turned around. At that moment, she was splashed with a copper colored liquid. A match was lit. The liquid erupted in flame. She screamed. He dove at her. His arms wrapped around her shoulders. Hot flames blasted his face. They fell of to the side and rolled down a small embankment. Dry, autumn leaves caught fre and floated up around them like orange flares. They stopped. He covered her body with his, smothering the flames. His mind and body were burning with pain. Through his blurred vision, he saw someone get out ofthe car. He froze. For a moment his heart stopped. He looked at the blistered cheek of the unconscious girl beneath him. She was unfamiliar to him. His sister was coming down the embankment. Her eyes looked angry and accusing. His troubled mind was thrown further into confusion. What was she doing in the car? He stared at her in disbelief One word escaped his lips. "Why? " It was barehf audible but his sister seemed to have heard it. She shrugged. "It was fun. " Her voice was emotionless. He was horrified. He couldnt believe it. He couldn 't accept it. A boy came out of the driver's side ofthe car. He carried an orange bucket at his side. He looked familiar. It took Carl a moment to remember his face. The boy had been a friend of his sister 's last year at about the same time he had yqrst started having those attacks. There were rumors that he had been arrested for attempted arson. Carl struggled to make some sense of what was happening. The boy climbed steadily OS Cot-Q. toward him, never taking his eye! off him. Suddenly Carl realized what he was intending to do. His eyes widened. He backed away and tried to crawl, but the pain of his foot flared up, sending tiny, orange dots behre his eyes. He hsught against the threat ofunconscioasness. lHe couldn 't faint. He couldn 't let them do this to him. Carl looked, pleadingbf, to his sister. ,Her eyes were cold and without peling. His eyes blurred with tears. His lips firmed the word fplease ". She onb stared. The boy stood over him and raised the bucket. Carl lurthed forward, jnrcing his body to stretch. Thick, clotting blood warmed the ground, His hand connected with the others arms. The bucket spilled over, Carl all back shutting his fyff against the agony of his foot. An autumn leaf still alive with the sparks ofthe previous fire, was splashed. There was a burst of orange light. The boy stepped back in disbelief and terror, letting the bucket drop from his hands. A high, shrill scream K eff'- ,fflxg punctured the silence ofthe park. The boy ran back to the car to escape from the terror below. Carl sat up, pulling hi! knees close to his body. There was no more pain. He no longer felt as zfhe were a part of his body. He wasjust floating in the hot air, watching his sister dance in the agony offlames. He was amazed that she could keep on screaming even when her face was gone. Watching her burn wasn 't the same as watching people barn in the movies. It wasn 't just the clothe! that taught on fre. The skin swelled with fre, bubbled and then turned black and crisp. It shriveled and peeled away, revealing deeper layers of raw flesh that, in turn, bubbled and blackened until the jqgure withered and shrank. The thing that was hi! sister dropped. Gore splattered, steaming on his arm, leaving red marks as it slid down his skin. He wasn 't aware of its burning, nor was he aware of a car that suddenly screeched on its brakes, or the screams of his mother. All he could see, hear or smell was the fre that played on the corpse before him. He could remember now. He had seen this many, many times bepzre, and he would go on seeing it again and again for the rest of his lw. Gary Fdufbef The nights are caoernsg Empty and oast. I had a watthfire, But a wind swept in and It is dark again. I reach for you But I feel instead the Enoeloping darkness Of an unforeseen thasm. I totter at the edgeg Hoarseb call your name, Andfall, I'm sorry. . . Beth Goscienski ,..--4, 1 fp- in ,..,---'fs W-W, --L.,-- A ...,44- - K ,,- --,. 'ff h V .,. .f- V :-, -H-Z '---- .,, -iL,.4 f Wi..- IsSz:j' in- -A f- 'gags ' ' M4 - W,-v-v. -V--5--h.., - - -rr' ......,-.f,.,,.,.. , .,,4,,,H',.?..n ,A,,. N... 4- --r. , v- zfg. Y- Vit, --" ' - -- V., ,. ,.,....,4......- We fqsf 159 "arat " I loved her as ifshe were my sister. She was my sisters hest friend. We onbf knew each other far a year, But yet, to me, she was very dear. Living far away in Mammoth, I didn 't get to see her enough. But the times we had Were the hest of my LW. So kind and loving, Always thinking of others, She led a wonderful IM. Until one, just one, single night, The experience of dreadful fright. A passenger she was, In a truck with two friends. Through the mountains they sped. Making it through all the bends All hut one. It was too sharp a curve, For the speed they were going. She was killed. The other two lived. I will always rememherr Tara, In m own s ecial wa . 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Kristine Stiven She wrote his name on the rock Each day the ocean came and went Greeting her name that didn 't talk Engraved were the feelings she meant Nothing could touchher rock on the shore Though the waves pounded, the letters remained Her love for him was stronger than before Missing him so much - her heart was drained Time passed, he never returned They said not to worry -- time will heal Her empty heart had a lesson well learned People love not knowing they steal A new man came, someone who cared She told hersehf she was happy and content It was quaint with a heart never hared He was forgotten with memories hent She wrote his name on the sand When one day they ventured to the ocean The waves tumbled over the land Erasing his name and her devotion She turned to where the sun shone His name on the rock remained clear Her destiny yqnalbf known We never jhrget those who are dear. Bernadette Pager The Lau 100 Around the corner they rome, Uniform! soaked with fweat, firm! and legt moving rythmically, Straining to heefl going, The flame if want in their eyes. The hwy, Eyet Jqueezed .Shut in concentration, A nd pain terrihle pain, the want to give in, to Jtoft. But on they come, Lihe the rujhing wind, Down to The twenty, They are no longer human, lint animals drioen hy desire, and rage. Nothing hreaht the trance. lixtejit the tape, 'lhe almighty tape. Where one will exalt And one willfade away. Dmitri Pruyn f 5525 J E?- X -r -,S x, .. Zz r"r' 'Q Brent Dimalanta Life without ehangw would he like jfairttiftgn without color, 'lhe night .why without .start Ur a novel without words. Frank 'lerzoli Ile Called. . . l le ealled hefore l Ie tame. hut .mme would not liiteri, l le ealled when lle arrived, hut ,some would not follow. lle ealled again at l Ie left, hut .some would 1101 linten. l le if zallinig now, hut .some will not follow. llc williall one lay! time, who will ll.flL'Il.J who will follow? Rhonda Loewer 'E' PL'rsfx'L!iwL lfl Curt lVi.sLfler Tears All ofthe seasons and all ofthe days All ofthe reasons why I 'oe felt this way So long, so long Then lost in that feeling I looked in your eyes I noticed emotion and that you have cried for me. I can see What would touch me deeper, Tears that fall from eyes that onhr cry? would it touch you deeper Than tears that fall from eyes That know why? A lzfttirne ofquestions, tears on your eheele I tasted the answers and my hody was weak for you the truth. Rudy Regalado fgwif iffy X me My L ' lr X cya 195 ll ,ehw Looking hack Wondering Could I have been? Could I have done? what was best The road is clear, the sun is bright. A shadow covers me and I wonder. The faces, Fresh Young Alive Passing hy meg did I want? I knew I could then why not try? another pretty face, not M E! The many friends, the games dances parties I never knew, I wonder And then I see, I. Was so much more. I knew the truth. Clothes, nor money, nor artzftial faces could hide the truth the Me. I grew so fast, that I know, but not in vain. In wisdom And so, when the shadow falls upon me, I look towards the sun without regret and walk on. Carla Newton A Reverie For A Friend I had a friend .fo ineredihh different from me it way frary. Dwfrent goalx, Different looef Same Antwert to Prohlem5 we committed onrtelvef. He was human .fo wat I. We Jhared the tirnef, Lonelinexs Sorrow and Gratitude heftowed on nf and the world. How little did I realize thif wax not to he permanent. He 'J now gone from my graxp Into the handt of Eternity. I appretiate it now hut Then never knowing Fate at my tender age. So thif it to you my friend, my Reoerie rlty Song my Life. Take it - It kyourx now, For you can 't he Replated But the memory of Thee liet within my Reverie Never to he Forgotten. Lynn Reiter Life Aj9er Death IJ it the beginning or the end what happen: to zu when our hodiet are too old to mend? IJ it a plate or a mere feeling it it a place to mfr or a place to begin our healing? Will I know when I 'm there or will it take me hy Jurprife? IJ it a plaee oftrnth or. . . a Jummary ofour lief? Diane Pappert I-Ieinekin Hill My name if Bill and a thildhoodfll, Wax to play on Heinehin Hill. Withjoe, Ferdie, Leddie and Nicoleg lVe'd roll, roll, roll down the hill, The hill was grauy green, and oh how Loveb it gleamed in the hright Yellow Jan, while wild flowery grew and hluehirdfflew. There Iplayedfor many a day, Almoet every day ofmy life. Then, one day it happenedp it realht happened . . . Heinehin Hill waf out ofmy life. Now, I 'm oldg with no pocket of Gold and I walk lonely around The park, when my eye Catehef eight of ol 'Heinekin Hill. There it remains, Jtill the tame at everything I dexrihed. When Itit down and look around, a tear comey to my eye, For little children are playing With a boy Named Bill on Heinehin Hill. Nitk Peter! 6 Sean Meflnally Perspective 163 x ,,, ff' X 4 Wx 1 x -X pcb- 505354: And In The End M A Dream The dream wat a dream well dreamt. Itx origin wa: a minaf the mind well Jpent. Into it came Itf recollection, a never ending again And purtued by all but found by none ry' them. Like the wind it could not be caught But breathed It! breath and lef It5 thought Until the day it breathed too Jtrong And a mind caught :ight and held it long, It ruftled and Jwayed at :fa tree, Gropedfor It: prupofe, then bent it free. It had been too Jtronghr the mind ofthee. It way a dream well dreamt. Annette Rico Greg Coleman 164 Perspective Abtence Peace: it it not jurt absence from war - It it: absence from the gnawingpain of hunger abfence from devastating Jorrow, abfence from lonelinetf. Lori Hall The Scuhttor A boyg eye: that tee farther than the rect, With :ready hand and Jteadiefmind. Content with Jimplicityg though awe- intpired. Frzutrationg Patience. Patience. Patience. A man, the tame, with hammer now, To .vcuhftt hi: logic into fixed eternity. "Captive " within himxehf Hailed as geniut, but knowing better. A Sculbtor, M ichelangelo. 1 A Tribute to My Mother Mounting my unicorn, I wax about to leave. The path :et in front of me, my goal! to achieve. But you were all alone in the Cadbury Cattle, And I started thinking of all the haxsles, Of all the yeart, turmoil: and tear: that I eoft you fo very dear. I wanted to Jhow my ajy?ction but couldn 't,' I hurt you when I knew I Jhouldn 't. To Jay I am .worry will not Juyfice, But I can think of no honorable faerifee To lay bejhre a mother who Loved me more than I ever knew. I can onb fay with a Jigh, That I love you more than there are Jtart in the sky Pleaxe try to underftana' and forgiveg Remember to you, my silent adoration, I give. I thank Godymr you, my mother. Given a choice, I would choose no other. Lianne Tannis The Voice There it something chafing me, fomething I cannot hear, something I cannot tee. It it coming with full force, with full power, it hat no weaknesx, no weaknen at all,' it if like trying to knock down a two- ton wall. The only thing there is to do is fate "it. " But what am I facing? It is not a monfter, nor it it a bean, but yet it if a problem. I cannot Jleep. I cannot think of anything elfe but my problem. Can it talk? Will it lixten? To God I pray every night to take away thi! sinful fright! But even still doe! it stay. When will thi: thing go away? Why it if here it not my turn to Jay. Perhaps, one day it will leave. But for now, and I feel for yet many days to tome, I weep quiethf and gently intide. Elaine M. Sebaftian G ,Y K, be , it 166 Perspective I X WWW Q 72 Ex K , x N ,ft ' ,Wm-,V RY -- fi, A K ha ii' I I, w mmwllm it . 5' IVII , ll ikhwfwi ' R -iffmi, A M," ex Brent Dxmnlantz Manmade Heaven I love to :it and wonder, in my Jeeret tree- top hou5e,' How a great big, two- ton elephant can he stared ofa tiny mouse. And in my Manmade Heaven, I watch the lilies bloom,- And wonder how a loveb' day can darken Jofaxt, Jo Joon. It alwayx .rtriket me odd when I .fit here all alone, How much I love my privacy - yet :till with pr home. For year: I 've .fat here in this tree and watrhed the .featoni change, My life - I 've thought a lot aboutg rould it be prearranged? Doei some great eelettial being far, far up above - Know what I am thinking, and know the thing: I love? Doe: he or the ever read my mind and already know what 3 there? Doe! he or the know so much even the number of my hair? But in my Manmade Heaven, hidden in the shadeg I will alwaysfind happineu in the heaven I have made. Jenni Quirante rig!! M xx! Yeiterday I found mysehf Sitting on the heath, Watehing wave.: roll sky high, A5 far at they could reach. All the while I kept on thinking to myfeh' About the great thing! We all want in lift Fame, fortune. . . But after a long time I turned to view the birdf Then I got to thinking About what I realbf wanted A- The way lw realbf was ,hr me. And at the wavet crathed down, The hope: for a dazzling superttardom Were engumed before my very eyes, Like a dream which never tame, Yet patted my by . . . Slipped through my jqngers And away to other! For them to graxp and hold. In doing Jo It broke loofe new ideat About a future within my arm length 3 rearh, Waiting to be found and lifed up again, Only to end up hreakin g and unfold, Unto my very eyet behold. 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We 'd jump on the bus to go out for the day, but there was 07161 one prohlem. lVe'd have to end our fun and the reason for this was He wanted his dinner hut it was okay, cause it was just as well. lVe'd get hack on that hus and go again the next day. She is myfavorite person. Now I 'rn a little hit older but I love her just the same and only one thing has changedg I haven 't heen on that has in prohahb four years. I always go down to visit and wish I was still a hahy. I don 't know :fl could survive without her hy my side. She is my favorite person. He is my second, She is my grandma. He is my grandpa. Alexandra Saraske Archaic Did you see the new kid around school? He has neatbf trimmed hair. He speaks teacher 's English. He wears washed and ironed clothesf And he wears shiny shoes. Man, he also gets A 's in his grades. What a nerd' Forget it! Let's raid the girl 's room Richard Yuvienco QW J. N ' , 043 'Q 5 in EJ., .12 S, L. K I 'u N-wad Roy Quini Waiting jhr the sunrise, I climbed the steep rocky trail to the cliff above. Stumbling around in the starlit darkness, I found an uncomfor- table yet frm ledge to sit on. I looked down at the beach and saw a black void which seemed endless. Leaning against a large rock, I sat quieth, closed my eyes and listened to the roar of the ocean as it pounded the shore far below me. The autumn air, so crisp, was flled with the scent of seaweed and a cool westerh breeze seemed to awaken me. . . .,--re wg? t L 1-3.'-'mF57f"' . mf-:1tg.6'.:,i r ' 4' 'wha .. if--'LN' . JL " 15,4- .. f',f'5 hi: A wu- aw-. -as 1' 4,4-aff, g,4:aVfmi! 1 172 i .5 ig eg Mi!" 4:3333 U '. ' lpf :, '-Q. AMI.. ,rdg.k-3-'yas' 'A "'1,-if v . c 3 1,5321-4, 5' ffregeeg is ' 1 I""5'l's. I Qlx' .V :-:ge 1 3 ,f -2 wi-for-ia: . f' QJ . , C . ,sg Wig.. .N . 1-u uw' N - - 3 . ., .,-.UML Y ',Hg.?.,,5.: 1 .. 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' Q' .w2Q'11E5?.: '- "'9fC . , r . Jxii-sig,',v+:.I-IT?-r.--shi? "Wag ig 5 'g,-.Un 47 Eric om, ru A- R 7 i- "-,'- K 1' -. 168 , . L,,.,'-4, .gy N-44-f,:'s!LR:.f.ff" Opening my eyes, I watched mystifed as the sun broke the darkness on the far end of the beach. I quickb' stood up and ran down the steep and rocky trail to the beach below. Aj9er getting to the bottom, I walked on the cool white sand toward the far end of the beach. In the distance I could see the locals paddling out. Turning around I saw the onh true locals -- a group of dowhins who were taking off on a large wave. I looked up and saw a large number of sea gulls riding the wind high above me. The rays ofthe sun jhund my back and they felt good. Turning around, I hlt the warmth of the sun on my far. The sun looked like a large orange ball of flame in the middle of the light blue sky with sun-split clouds, While standing there in solitude with a silent, lmed mind, I put my hand out and touched the face of God. Ben Balanag The Castle on the Hill The castle on the hill was full of wonder and joy .hr all the children who came. But the keepers ofthe castle were dulL and tired and grey. They smothered the joy and the wonder with their age and tediousness. The children 3 eyes stopped sparklingg their smiling faces became sullen. The castle no longer interested them, but still they had to come. The keepers showed them all onb one side ofthe things in the castle. The castle became sad because no one saw its beauty any more. One day, a keeper had a son who also became a keeper. He was young and full of energy and enthusiasm. He saw the beauty and the wonders and the joys ofthe castle. He showed the children how to discover them. The sparkle if his eyes and the smile on his face were mirrored in the children 3 eyes and faces. The other keepers were afraid ofthe new man with new ideas and energy. But the children hund new life. The castle was happy again amidst the laughter. The children grew and replaced the old, tired keepers one by one. As it was in the beginning, so it was again. Full of wonder, joy, growth, and laughter, Perspective Editors Lisa Ecks Penny Ecks Beth Goscienski joe Marsella Annette Rico Cheryl Stage The Window Seat Once I :at in antique glam And .ftared upon the Jnouy path. I held a rote within my handf, And I hoped that moment would alwayt laft. Once I tat in antique glam When a gutt of wind came waltzing past, And pale pink petal! flipped through my hands, Linet By law they Jtood in line - By number the linef tent them away. Atyqrtt it wasjutt a game - Then the line! fame home in another form: Boxet, Many afked why -- Still young hoyx Jtood in line 4 And fell upon contented lap. Ong to be Jem homeqm the Onfe I sat in antique glam And .fhed a Jorrowful tear. The happieft moment of my life had patted, And happy Jolitude led to lonebffear. Long Jince I sat in antique glam 1,118 often sat and cried. It 3 heeauxe I eried in antique glaft That my heart know: the reaton why, And now it doefn 't bother me to cry. Unnatural, geometrzcform. Again they axked why e- Onbf a hw linef of time later, A new generation Jtandt in line. A1 the line makers make more line weapon: Young hoyx hlindbf want to play the game. That game watn 't too long ago -- Why can 't we learn? Why can 't the line makert learn? Tlleffid 5712012 Standing in line it a loting game. Sarah Dad mun Pam: na Appel Q C! ,,,VVi 1 V 1 I. 5 ' 9 1 . gf, hz, 4 M, J 44 i ',,' I , .7 I ,my I X J A ,L ,x K, Vi' VV , '?" F, V, TH'2th""! Larry Boggeln M.D. Carol QEHingj Boggeln Veron icaj. Walidiseraj Meyers Murphy M. Hanafm QSmithj Geis 1974 juditz 1974 Cathy fBaulerD Hougan Linda Kim C affel' 980 V V VE V V V VV VV? VVV VV EMM1 il 'IH f f . Ness .W , X 4- V, Q I 'Y 9 . -' . A Q... f-L,.. Q5 Q. 1... iw . . . f:1ff4Q1f 0114- A A 'iw .p : if X Qs' - . I 'V I :W m- I 11. x i" js,L,it I me K7 KVVL W gi X X , ' , . '..iffii5 '--- 55'-ii " yH'3.- sg Tiff J ...QW M L Lk.L. . , . ,A .-.gy W.. ,, 5 .. ,W 1 ..... , W .. ,K gym. Ei - .TW ksiiiils- ' Nfl xiii: 355 , 'firi-f3E'19,25QZf5fL ' ' 172 Acadermcs ' wg , .. ...M-.f ... ... im. X X YN QJUQQ fx-ww .,..m -all- 1 ' v IST Aw- 'QQ' 5 gs ...Ax N.-.. 4.---Q.. . M. WN, ...M v """""""'-K A xi. ff, Academics 173 174 Administration ...Z s., P Diocesan Office "'i-up--" :hi .rxphsihiir xhhisifr alan.. PML MOST REVEREND LEO T. MAHER MOST REVEREND GILBERT CHAVEZ B'5h0P of San Diego Auxiliary Bishop of San Diego N61 a v a A . iv ,li vol: June, 1982 Dear Friends: This year marks the 25th anniversary of the foundation of University of San Diego High School bv the Diocese of san Diego. In the course of this past quarter century, fniversitv High has evolved from s tiny prep sehoei of es youhg men :O s highly respected eoedueasishai ihsrirurioh of 1300. More than D000 young men and women have been awarded its coveted diploma of graduation and have carried with them into the larger com- munity a vision of peace and justice and a commitment to service which will have a mighty impact on the community as the years pass, As University of san Diego High seheoi stands eh the threshold of its second quarter century, a period which will thrust it into the third millenium of Christian history, un- parallelled challenges and opportunities await. All that has gone before gives us confidence that the extended family which makes up the University of Sari Diego High seheei edm- munity will rise to the occasion, renewing and deepening their commitment to high quality Catholic education and to the trans- formation of both individual and society which is educati0n's goal. We commend and congratulate che University of sah Diego High School coux:-.unity at the passage of this important niler stone, this silver jubilee, and we wish you Godspeed as 'lou press forward with eohfidehee ihre :he future. siheerei-1 -.-Ours in Christ, .. 4, "' 'Qf REVEREND DENNIS CLARK Teo T. T-iaher V b 5151100 Of San JESS Superintendent ofSchools Although students and teachers are the principal elements of education, coordination of the components is vital. A reorganization of Uni's administra- tion facilitated the smooth routine of each school day and insured thorough coverage of all aspects of school management. Mrs. joan Breher left the Math Department to fill the newly created post of Academic Assistant Principal, which placed her in charge of cur- riculum and standardized testing. Mr. Dan Ramos, as Assistant Principal of Student Services, dealt with attendance and disciplinary infractions, while Business Manager Mark Marcus directed Uni's financial operations. Principal James Zoll and Associate Principal Nancy Ryan collaborated to maintain an atmosphere conducive to learning and to give support to the en- tire school community. NANCY RYAN Associate Principal JAMES G. ZOLI. Principal MARK MARCUS Business Manager Principal DAN RAMOS Assistant Principal ot' Student Services Administration 175 JOAN BRE H E R Academic Assistant LUN if FR. LEO LANPHIER Chaplain 176 Administrative Staff SHIRLEY CARL Fiscal Administrative Assistant ALLISON REEVES Librarian .IERI IBBETSON School Nurse Administrative Staff ESTHER LA PORTA Direczor of Information Services PAT VACIO Director of Community Affairs 1 ik E i DICK ROLF Maintenance Supervisor iir i A 1-K, MU. ' ,mmwmmc , Q Administrative Staff LILY BOURDEAU Registrar CLARE BOOK Associate Principal's Secretary if fi s CAROLYN BAYETTE Attendance Secretary JANE FRASER Front Office Secretary CANDACE SNYDER Business Office Secretary Counselin Department DR. ED SHAFRANKSE irman ALEX ARAIZA Biology Honors , . . Counselor. The expertly staffed Counseling Department at Uni was recognized for its helpful programs and dedicated personnel. Led by Dr. Ed Shafranske, the counselors were genuinely'ap- preciated by the students for their assistance in many areas of future, career, and academic planning. Their concern for the well-being of the students was reflected in the readily available support and attention they provided. The presence of two psychologists, Dr. Shafranske, and Dr. Anderson- Laib, Mrs. Gorsich, the director of the Religion and Campus Ministry Departments, and Mr. Araiza, resident expert in the realm of college admissions, made help in many areas possible. Counseling 179 er Guidance and Counseling Department Cha- 4 5 5 E 2 Q SR. MARGARET HERBERICH, BVM English 2, Major British Writers, AP English, Advanced Composition. ,....,.W...,.,..........t..aW,,..A.,.....wQN..mcv..t ,Q FR. TIM LAMM English IA, ZA, 2B, journalism El Cid moderator, Cross Country and Boys' Tennis Coach. MARGARET MAURO Modern Classics, English 3 . . . Varsity Soft- ball Coach, Girls' Varsity Basketball Coach. English Department New faces in the English Depart-' ment increased the quality of instruc- tion. New staff members Fr. Lamm, Ms. Liliebladh, and Mr. Mayfield helped to carry out the program of the new Department Head, Mr. Dana Shelburne. Freshmen concentrated on gram- mar and a genre study of literature, while sophomores continued to study genre and uncovered the mysteries of sentence patterns, paragraph development, and the organization of essays and research papers. The investigation of American literature and expositiry writing prepared juniors for a semester of Major British Writers and one of an elective, or a year of Advanced Placement English, as seniors. -I. BARRY MCGRATH English BA, 313, Major British Writers, Modem Classics, Communication Arts 1, MIRIAM NIETHUS English 1, Mythology, ,,,lnv""', ZACHARY PECK English IA, ZA, 2B Boys' Basketball and Girls'j.V. Basketball Coach, Senior Class Moderator. Varsity DANA SHELBURNE English BA, BH, Major British Writers . English Department Chairman, English 181 Math Department Through the Math Department, students were challenged on all levels, ranging from basic math to Advanced Placement Calculus. As one of the few departments at Uni that placed students according to their level of proficiency rather than their grade, the program was in- novative, but maintained high stan- dards in all its courses. The new Department Chairman, Mr. Don Mc- Cormick, was joined by two teachers new to Uni, Mr. Fischer and Ms.jax- on, and by Mr. Gorsich, who transferred from the Science Department. KIRK FISCHER Algebra 1, Algebra 1fGeometry, Geometry. DONALD W. MCCORMICK, Pre-Algebra, Algebra Ilffrigonometry, Ad- vanced Math 1 . . . Math Department Chair- NANCYJAXON man, Girls' Tennis Coach. 'GeometryfAlgebra 2H, Algebra IB. 182 Math BOYD THOMSON Geometry B, Advanced Math 2 Calculus. TOM WALBRUN Algebra 1, Geometry B, Business Freshman Basketball Coach, j.V. Baseball Coach. DANNY WILSON Geometry, Algebra 2fTrigonometry, Com- puter Literacy . . . Computer Team Coach. MADELYN TRAINOR Algebra 2fTrigonometry, Algebra lfGe0metry, Algebra 2. ,K Q Q R Wm... L 9 . w .,.r.f- Ma at -ag. t,ttl Q AS as Religion Department LARRY BRODING Worship, New Testament. I . The Religion Department, under the direction of Ms. Elizabeth Gor- sich, strove to bring about an understanding within the students of the Gospel message. Required courses in faith, worship, morality, and marriage and family living gave students a solid base for exploration of social action, church history, modern religious cultures, and the process of death. The work of the religion teachers greatly enriched the students as they developed a sense of Christian reponsibility in regard to the world around them. 184 Religion SR. EILEEN CAHILL, F.D.C. New Testament, Worship, Morality, Algebra IB. NANCY DONOVAN Faith, Religious Cultures, Old Testament ADRIENNE DOYLE Christian Life Choices, Christian Social Action . . .Campus Ministry Team. E mu. 4 ,. Q I ELIZABETH GORSICH Christian Living Religion Depart- ment Chairperson, Head of Campus Ministry. E I J, H ff s'tr . it FR. EARL LARIVIERE Death and Dying MARY MULLIGAN MCELROY Morality, Christian Living. 'U . "i W v. twf. I MARIA NICOLAS Old Testament . . , New Testament ix We Q sr.. , 1 we N .. . . X W- N! , F DAVID PETERS Worship, Life Choices, Faith. Q. FR. DAVID TASSI Faith A, B, Old Testament, Worship. Religion 185 186 Sience PAUL COLLINS Biology C, Life Science. DAVID GORSICH Advanced Math 2, Physical Science, Algebra 1, Intermediate AlgebrafTrigonometry Bookstore Manager. DR. STRANGEPORK Pig Latin, Swineology, Sowing , . . Moderator of The Future Farmers of America Fm Science Department X . STEVEJACOBACCI j.C.ROTH Physics, Honors Physics Science Department Chairperson. Algebra 1, Life Science, Biology. 1 Q THEODORE TIBBS minron,-j.V. Basketball Coach. SR. GLORIA STURGEON Chemistry, Honors Chemistry. Established courses in the Science Depart- ment remained popular despite changes. Mr. J. C. Roth became Chairman, and also ac- quired the Physics classes as Mr. Gorsich utilized his talents in the Math Department. Sr. Sturgeon joined the faculty as a chemistry teacher, and Mr. Araiza returned to once again open the eyes of Honors Biology students to the wonders of Araizology. Stressing the importance of experimental evidence in scientific study, some classes re- quired students to arrive early once a week for lab exercises. These courses in the lab sciences were offered in regular and Honors programs, while overviews of Life Science and Physical Science were also available. The variety of levels on which students could challenge themselves accounted for the general approval given the program. Science Biology, Life Science, Algebra 1 Bad- 187 JOHN DUNDAS American Government, United States History. 3. MARGARET KING U.S. History . . . Yearbook Moderator and Advisor. il... BRAD LICHTMAN Advanced Placement American History, ln- troduction to Political Science, American Government . . . Moderator of the Political Awareness Organization, Chairperson of Social Studies Department. TIMOTHY MORIARTY U.S. Government, World Cultures. Social Studies Department JACK ANTHONY RUBIDOUX World Cultures A 6: B Football 81 Baseball Coach. DAVID A. THOENNES World Cultures . . , Student Activities Director . . . Golf Coach. Under the chairmanship of Mr. Brad Lichtman, the Social Studies Department stressed consideration of political, social, and economic movements in the study of history. Required courses of World Cultures, U.S. History, and American Govern- ment were supplemented by Advanc- ed Placement U.S. History, a psychology elective, and two new courses: Contemporary World Af- fairs and an introduction to Political Science. These courses were available to those students wishing to explore major issues through in- depth analysis. The depart- ment encouraged further ex- amination of political movements through par- ticipation in the Political Awareness Organization. JANA UNTERBERG Psychology, World Cultures, Contemporary World Affairs . . . Moderator of Modern jazz Dance Club, K Social Studies 189 Foreign Language Department Students were able to explore other countries without leaving their desks through the Foreign Language Depart- ment. Five languagus were offered: French, German, Italian, and Spanish in four-level programs, and Latin, originally planned as a one year course, expanded to two years due to its immense popularity. Grammar and conversational ability were emphasized, but students also considered the customs, culture, and history of the country from which the respective languages came. Department Chairman Mr. Tom Steves said of his staff, "They're a very enthusaistic department, well traveled, and many of them native speakers of the language they teach." RACHELE CALABRESE Italian 1, 2 8: 5, Spanish 2. JOHN ATILANO Spanish 2, Spanish 4 CSF and NHS Moderator. i is Q .'i' X'--N , . A BARBARA CHAILLOU French 1, 2, 3, 4. " ' E I IMI? 162,13 Avanti' Amiafu A X Amo rf.au9'Sil ii is i,,,,, ,J JOSEPH GALINDO Spanish I, Drafting, Technical Drawing 1 - Q , K wk .....-ff' 'Viv 51" J Jlreqgf xx , 4 DOINA E. HARRISON Spanish 1 ONDINA HIEL Spanish 1, Spanish 3 FR. LEO LANPHIER Church, Latin 1 8: 2, Drama 1 Bc 2.journeys Of St. Paul THOMAS STEVES Language Department Chairperson . . . French 1, Spanish 2, German 1, 2, 5, 4. Foreign Language 191 STEPHEN ALTAMIRANO Crafts 1 8: 2, Sillcscreening 1 8: 2, Stained Glass, Airbrush, Lettering, Ceramics 1 8: 2 Varsity Volleyball Coach, Alpine Club Moderator. 192 Fine 6: Practical Arts CAROL CUSACK Band, Show Chorus, Speech Communica- tions Moderator of Varsity and j.V. Cheerleading Squad. y,cc C """wn.... ESTELLE KASSEBAUM Clothing 1, Art 1, Child Development, Tailoring 1 81 2, Foods. Q 'xx' Ewa S Fine and Practical Arts Department .4 MAUREEN QUINN Consumer Education CHARLES RUZICKA Typing 1 81 2. LILLY ROSA HANSMANN Airbrush 1 84 2, Art 1, Silk Screening 1 8: 2, Drawing 8: Painting. I Y- - f A change of name for the Fine and Practical Arts Department was desirable because, as Chairperson Estelle Kassebaum explained, "Peo- ple would look at the old name and say, 'Co-ordinate Department? What does that mean?' We feel that the new name expresses the real goals of the department." The curriculum varied from the usual drama, art, music, clothing, and food classes to include speech, mechanical drawing, drafting, and business courses. Ms. Kassebaum stated that the program helped students explore creative areas of their own personalities and discover talents they never knew they had. She remarked that the department was also utilitarian in that it provided much of the entertainment at Uni, such as the fashion show, choral presenta- tions, and other interesting productions. gig'-Jfft M. Physical Education Department The Physical Education Department, headed by Ms. Natalie Wilstermann, kept Uni students physically active. For those in- terested in fullfilling the state requirement, General P.E. provided a sampling of many sports. Electives included Aerobic Dance, Gymnastics, Physical Fitness, and Weight Training. The one co-ed elective, Fun and Exercise, involved going off campus for various recreational activities. Participation in any of the extracurricular sports at Uni, as well as independent P.E. programs, con- tributed toward credit in the department. ' HECTOR MACIS P.E. IB, 2B . . , Athletic Director. NATALIE WILSTERMANN Dance 1, 2, Figure Control, Fun and Exer- cise, General P.E .... Department Chairper- son, Dance and Drill Team Moderator. 1 l l VDNMV as 2 RICHARD A. SERRANO P.E. ZB, 5B, Weights 1, 2, Fitness G Varsity Baseball Coach, Asst. Football Coach. g . PATRICIA PRATHER Fun and Exercise, P.E., Foods, Gym- nastics 1, Clothing, Athletic and Ski Wear. 194 P.E. F its .g , , in f 1. 5- i -um- -1' New 235.---W M"1E'1V1BB' Q 49'-6 xx 1 Q N if mix 3' pak - ff K N A .. 1 na 1,- 196 Student Body , I I ww, lf. - . IPS,-.r S s .F fy' fl nn I. -i HQ MQ '-iss Aw., A'-w uf, "'-H -Mx, Student Body 197 v P ii-'I r P i, 198 juniors VF, ..,.4..r-W., H JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Beth Goscienski, Secreraryg Kelli Landers, Vice-Presidentg David Millan, President Mary Dolan, Treasurer. .YH1171RUlWr'rrwfrvwr,,a.,,f 4 51x lass of 1983 Barbara Abraham Amy Adams janet Andersen Elaine Anderson Leigh Anderson :ggi ,..... ,W 'sas 'Q ':d. Af H "rr1 w r 1 r X r Anderson L AAAdd If ar r Edwin Ashman Q ..... , .- fr 1: 1- 1,-tfewre .7 Akai: '- f5?i5fi1555 ' 'f if 1. ,,-gf:5ffwsEE:v' A - X r 'H " :,, :SSW-55 2 5 A -ali"-EAS 'fE:irg5,,: If:s'N ,, K Ki A x r. , . as I ' R TF 5 i xg. ..k. K Ng, ESss5fffwf, S-sy. K. ifzf iw' F: 5- .. :-- as .,,, .X Nsmiti, -- 1 i t L l ,'rr N, 1. l eprmsfkwf ,Q 1 ' K QI 15 . S X W. 3 I I i ik- ,, ' .ii A A Ama rrrrrr r ,, k.oo Balanag Bffkff Barrow A 5 j A S Barre on rrr Bduler ff' li5ig,ggg?wssA. A :- f - B B r iw X -1- . N 'w sz? 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A -1-7 SAV .- iii' . 9 ' : ' 7555 ,bum Gs rs 1 unfit, a Flood SQ gn. y if MTW? Pamela Douglass Rebecca Dow Karen Drapeau Suzanne Dupre Dolores Duthie Ross Margaret Tracy Erra joseph Esqugda Robert Evaggo jennifer Fierrintel Kerry Ferris rrrc Bruno Filio joseph Filippone justina Flaviu Kieran Fle x i: Alfred Flexi Du Qfggxn Floersfh Mark arme 9'r'w'w" "'B l Elizabeth Grady 1 if E' 202 juniors xr' MN NM 5--1 Mary Gonsalves jose Gonzalez GOSClCHSk1 Grabe Brian Gushue , Hakeem' A .r sv X QTNT' 'rv ir-'v ei F ,3 are ,MK 1 1 Kerri Kantor Christine Keeley Lynne Kelly R0bert Kelly Kevin Kennedy Alan Korb Mary Kovac Donna Laframboise Kelli Landers john LaPlante Carolyn LaPorta Felisa Latus Douglas LeCren Karen Leinenbach Frank Leon . .,.. an f 1 y q Pi E15 xfe -Qs, . ! :V aaa, yryn Q QM? 'l'l .r yy. iei L UQ john Levyf fiiii Steven Liberaroregg Peter Linback Johfhialgg ma ryiryyy udf lifflf - t. y , w vvvr W KVLIV F ,wi l fa nw f ,, M W F 433 M ,W if Q X if se L LOC . , aria - 2 44 we at mwow my 1? I KX QA P Mark MacCarthy Maureen Maguire Dawn Manning joseph Marsella Suzanne Martin Ricky Martinez Karen Mascari Karolyn Mauro Bernadine McCarthy jx Paul McCarty fo. Q-,Y EW my fit 4-'1 - -el. 9. fu. an wr juniors 205 james McMahon Mary McMahon Amber McQuinn David Millan Garrick Millay Alison Mitchell Lisa Montoya Peter Moons Christopher Moore Moore Moreno ll ws.. Perreua ix, 2:9 Anna Marie Thomas Plorts i an 1 i It , . 'i v 3 li h QI N ' k f'+1, s .1 W IQ15- 1 4x , no Q ? i 5, M f F 1 i 204 juniors W X35 up +... x ai, I Mary Elise Plum Dale Pontecorvo Xavier Porlas ' Giovanni Prestigiacomo Kim Preston john Pruyii rlii oiir mzoo Martha Quintana . Carlos Ramos Mlgigel Ranch oor. p n ii Regalado Reising s Remington lfgichael Rernoll we .----,, r.- ijavid Reyes Annette Rico Timothy Riley Michael Riordan sginne Roberts Lynda Roberts Edward Rodil A M . Daniel Roe Gina Romeo h i ' john Roy William Rumsey ' Michelle Salazargix Rebeca Salmon shmi JQHH rtttttttsyttr srs ' 1 Robert Sansom - Humberto Saucedo Francis Schanberger Stephen Schati Richard Schauet juniors 205 Aw- .iwgffiaw .f,,:: f .., 1, gg? .... . if 55550 . if few we Kimberly Scholle David Schroedlrw jeffrey Angela Sciuto john Self r fffff if S -", 'X-- . .. f fff 5 51 m,-A Shafer S Iff j : Nw f Q ' ' " . Shine ilvielissa Sibley .wx A Theresa Smith - Daniel Smyth Kendall Snyder jennifer Soulages 301122 fi Christine Sperrazzo Eileen Sposato h Neal Stehly Melissa Steveley Lisa simon K Q S .. 5 X Joanne Tamkin .Q lil S in Lennox Tannis Tedrow 4 ' -Q filerramagra 1.. Michele Thiel x f. f If we--lsr. :fsf-s:Qr-s-Q:.f-swf, 57 - 5 1' :i:'?iifs'sssss'Q:ir:E?si. mesa? sw1:i'A":::' --A ' -5--2 -:far-.ss " P 'XTX in X y - f 5 r , ex X , :Els-we -S 1- r were-V -. -ss - -- - ' ,, X X S ,X Q' S s S Q, 5. i D Q Q ,,,..... ?TZa3bs: w Sf. y X ' Alia . 'isi s 52 - 1, S? N WK X ,. . .x,..x. N , ff? X Wg Q5 X ,.-i f .. ryr. . .., eee- I A ,-., L S .. rs,, ,. , . K M f iii'- 1 'W iirr S ' if ,X-WS? . :5 E i' E' .E - S isssr Lnsae 2 S ' : fi iw " Li. ' :51'W l','W if Si .sei , VII V K N ,, 35,,:,5.,,fCrQfesff,Q,f? ' i Q is ......... seek gi... r x ..... ..... N . , N. Ce ,s-rr S , 0 31 1 Q Q " T l -Siiiigfifffx: K ,," ' 5 - 7 "" - 9 X - Z sy -5 ' X, my 22' N- Q , ss e S -'yr is 1-41, i W ,.... vw 206 jumorsr . N .fiii l Sf' :II , M ,mi .qx 4- v- ' 4 ,-1 1 Nw, X 3 Q-. J -1- ,wx mg' qv.,- ,Z E' is Q Z -Q.. Q-is l , 1 'NE it-v ,ry ,ya 9-is u..- 5 Q, f W 1011 333. is if A L: Sha Annelisa Witt Monica Wirr Wood Wood Wright Yee Zeeck o , , "" 'P L f Q55 : .Q ,. ' ' . ,, Sf' 7- V . , X ' ,. 'Yf'fiJ.:fV.H ' FV T :UW K '::?'xiEE+'iSi-':'f"?'E7 f' 1-J . ' - V P VF: "f1Q.'EX7fiff..LJ, ,,-.,, ,MV fum ,,:. - i -.v mwah " , if w if Q J 'Ia ..-. ,,,,. Q u QQ, hs"X Q-, .. 11 m w 1 F , juniors 207 Eff W 'gawk ' , f Xifg im ma? X XQJUV 'X fy 1 AU A. X LX , M ' A -X VU 97159 J X951 blk, 4,5 Y Db My M KL Y XTX w fu- ,L- X A L' fy f Ou M3 Jvkwfwfw gm X Im UW? WM mm I . N CJUQXX 04 4 S j'UfTCJ7 W 1 bm Guam Cam OL Q Ez' 'P " , gvv' 'EF' Q3 ,5,. 52- LUUQ YM ",- '., f f 24 1 f Q i 1 ix., .4. -wigs iii ag M-mmm SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Elizabeth Hunter, Treasurerg Susan McFarlir1, Presidemg julie Momali, Secretaryg Paula Kasimatis, Vice-President. lass M1984 4 4 4 4 4 Sohomores 209 3 E K NX. r 1 x 'Tfifiiiix ' 122.51-. as 1.2, X: J I . ,. WX ! r Xt Xrgw X I ..1..,: Z X Q X .ie-H" . .Q f H X F QV, 15" x xxx i 1 X ' f 1,4 X' 5 V v R .gX ,- x 52 slr 1 Nr L. L x - Qs f :Q X. ' M XPS .db - J I r .P fr a 210 Sophomores Gloria Acosta Louis Adam0 Megan Adams Mark Aguilar Susan Ainslie Michele Alderson Lisa Allison Keith Anderson Laura Anderson Michelle Angles Edward Arthur Valarie Asgib .. , .mei ..r... Xia: , . iii o sssi f iiiis' 55155 ss s v eissss j sissese L A A inoe X SX, X ,RAN , Iii' Sr Xing - X ' iq r,- . V, ,X ..,i..gN X. Q-. :Q I, sims ' ' f fiifffkss Rlchafriislieixfww . - '--1 f ' .sl1- . ,---- L ooii .,:: Kristrrai Betteilgbn e i . '555 YE: Mgchfgll Beu i MolliffBialk ' Q. A Borer GiC"i5B0Yff so ' is Pml5fBfad1X?Y ieiilii .sls ' sss -X5 iii 9 Q. i zki' ? k-hkl -f riaer X aiies lrll Chaihrre James A 'L fX Robei w tti ' 0 t. et f'- F5 rrr- s -X . .. ,. . strsssrzfa re fe . Swiss i . 5 R 0 X ii i ' 4 ,X Johigfff l ' --rf. sf wk fi? KLX- as-rv .. X XXX X -- X X xx V iw X X 5 x A A gee X Reb N X H 5 X Q X A fit igisfiwi XR S A X X X R 4 X is X X X xi N X X X K . . X Z: c . A .iri L Ariita Caiimlin Michael Camgmasfi swasmsrasa Paul Campillou A jeff Canionerii liiii ' ltnasfsscapwi Catherine Carini hs, fs - -' - -as if gg ---- XV rs,,gaXg:Q::Q we A X I K x fn Y P Q- . 1 N l 'E r-1:44 Q I ! 'L' 5 in N .V Q A l E , Xu ,FX 5-x My .Y- 'lk 'xr 5 Louis Carini jorge Carrillo Rosanna Carrillo Kevin Carter Annette Casemero Timothy Casey Alma CdeBaca Neila Chrisman Kathy Christenson Gwendolyn Chuilli Regina Ciavarelli Maria Close Dante Coladonato Greg Coleman jennifefffollins- jail Conary K'athleeri'Connors Cynthia Contreraa Paula Contreras Mary C per Cora Costa Alfred Covey Kristin Cox Diana Cutri Deborah Dahl Douglas DeBarry Allan DeGuzman Qiani DeLaCruz Delaney DeMaria Carolyn DeRoche Linda Devall Lisa Devan Monique Devenyns Christina DeWitt Eric Diamond Nancy Diller Brent Dimalanta Philip Dinauer Darren Dizon Michael Dolan Judy Donahue Gabriela Doria Colleen Dowd Denise Downing Dan Drexler Brian Dubois Ji Sophomores Li' Y. v Nga 5 42 G, fi If if xv X v-f -v 3 in .W , ,CARY ii' 212 Sophomores 1. 1: Q E 3, ff A F "" is ,f Michael Duffy Robert Eagan joan Eckhardt Elizabeth Eclcs Celina Elguezabal Michael Erb jeffery Ertle F William Fallon Patricia Faistade Pamela Feclor Arturo Filio Karen Fisehbeek Kevin Flanagan Keith Fleming Monique Flood Drew Flores Teresa Fort Randy Franke Margaret Franklir Gina Freitas Robert Gadbois Claudia Gallo Susan Gannon Arlene Garcia JoAnn Garcia h 'Pearla1Garcia F Peterifieorge i F Tina Giacornini Giles Q 5 wiuiagm Gillis ' jean Fistaroi M355 uut- R mi , M . rf, ' K 3 . f M R Darcy Hamrnons Thomas Harkayi 34 we A e W 1 X , , mmj, iii? .R f J E " 'Ns-. gm sig? xl 1-gg-:.,, BSg - W--fy S Y EM fi K ' -','-1535 . Q vsmik . 'flj' 'S mg, 41- Alejandro Leon Arnold Leon Gretchen Lingham Katherine Lisa Mary Susan Litavish Anthony LoCoco Pietro LoCoco Luann Lograsso Rose Lograsso David Londono ,oe Lopez,jr. - ef"i7"2' . x ,,k, 1 -nw Christopher 6 ii,, PQFQMHCMQ Q 1-QQ?fM2df9 f f s Meaghan if f5 Stephen Mang g l ii' ' Claude Marengff joy Marsella y y 7 gms i s y We Eg ,. David Martigji W' jawadjgviassoj Ray Ijffatel ' AnQ??Mattesonmi.i,yA,, az, Af Brewmattogi r',': Lim: ' :-7 , ,,t,,,,,,1t,r , , ,,,.,, Emily M2 '-f' 5 . joy McF 1 A Cat he r 1 H6 Sean McAuliffCi5?fy2g1f3gi,Qif Sean gh, BY idflff IQHCCE Q lxicolle cDade Amy Mc fllistrim Susan M I , arlin Kathleerff CKe0ne Andfe ' Hel Matthew, za . 7 ' . Llama 'Y olo Michael'M1 n jay ,," I V, X 5' wwfvn -1 - ja orr1s V. Michael Motta ' julie Mulligan Colleen Murphy ti,t,,r . Timothy Murphy Michael Myles Jaime Navarro we 22 , Sean Noble r . Kxrfnberly Ijiorman bh W,,, ir e - --', 1- is la . 'X X .... r,. .. lg ,,-. . -- a or H . N .. a f f Y A 'fi' 3: R':.f-M5555 'il V' - 2: . . I1 P1I'01O X' ' r . E Q, Gerard Plzarro X -f Mary Plum gk john Potts Edward Primeau Stephen Pruyn Daniel Pryor h Donnai'Pu1krabek Roy Quini Brion Ramos Marissa Ramos jon Reiter Teresa Renshaw 2 .,r. Sharon Rhoades Deanna Ridenour -1 ::l iii i ' l ish g ,rki T ,wg E . .. xx E ' 2,1 .w::Q:.1:-:QI 5 1 3 r sh . 1 we r gi ,, .,,. E S - r fr., fr "' '5 4 K E he ,Q ,Q rr... rrrr ' I 5 R "-: -,:-q .4 5 Q . sf M,-wwf ffa, rv Q 5 i s :gi is -are - I . gxwivxx ,..r e ,se ,M e ga .. s ri V E652 5 gg 11- , yr.. 5, e S r rg ' s A fr r J. ., Izr. , fu w u N .. gli- S - ew. a - - N -,rw gfggi.. SEE? z he 'E 95' Q I S I we-fi Sw' ffm 5 ,f.1f.'5:'iI N si 3 25593 55 fssglkl - ' gasp . ,, . Q . rrr' l ee.. a. e r H . Schmitt Q ,Schwaller y M X X Q r.e ee' or 'e eer'e Sovhomofes 215 T - . "L ""' s sen, rl Lisa Schwartz Sara Schwartz David Settles Maura Sexton Leslie Sherman Denise Sick Scott Simmons Kimberly Simon Suzanne Simon Leslie Simpao ' Marci Sloan Sandy Slominski 5 Keli Smith james Sports Chiara Squeo Paul Stabile c,.Anthony Stagnaro S Francis Steffen Scott Steibel Gina Stella james Stenger Matthew Stilinovich J K 122: . , -Q ,, Billie Stone Erik Storer Patrick Sullivan Roxanne Swartz Daniel Taillac jack Tarantino Thomas Tenhunen - Peter Thiel Thornton gf jg .,:,.:tr ry' lisa? . . Karen T151 S THQ at vase mcek ii Tfafl s ,K .. XS. 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X- 'F' , at J Wx h , 5. l ki X A Katherine Acol David Adamo Elaine Alcantara Heidi Anderson Dana Arkinzadeh Sylvia Armfield Adrianne Armstrong Billy Askin joseph Asperin Christopher Babbitt LishfBabiCki5giiQ J0SfPh David Inge Karl Arlyne 11- -:hanan Vincent: ucher Christine Burke Mighael Burke Stem Burnett ifhnthony Burris Thomas Byrom jacqueline Cabotaje Heide Cabrito Elaine Canepa Adriana Cantisani Raul Carillo David Carpenter Nina Castagnola Stephen Castagnola Renee Castaneda Carmela Caviles Dolores CdeBaca Anthony Cefalu Eva Cerciello David Chaison Herman Chang janeii Chavez Dofianne Chuilli Matthew Coen Mary Cohn Alexandra Cole Mary Collins Sean Connors Melissa Conway Susan Corder Therese Cornick Vincent Crisologo Anthony Crivello jeffrey Crowe Mary Cunningham Thomas Czarnecki Teresa Dahl jacquelyne Dahms Megan Daly Gabriella Darby julie Darby Evelyn Darosa jeff Dawson Kathryn DeCourt Christina Deely Kastle DeMassa D is as v X-.if .--- 1:1 --"- as-,1 se. - M5232 .. ,, ., , . r H YS so 'iii 53 . 2-:yes -f,,, .. 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Q. ., L .. .. ir, , kr i , r -- " A "', . fr . , - Swan , '.- f Colin Ed r S r.ii X r"r t we if Q-ff L as 1 -,f--.- 1- I., .V -w--MEl'9fe'P'ri fi. , Q-,Nw k.'lm gf,f,sgsF,f .+ +QEQv3S ft J ,, T. y ,,.. ,ff , r Mark .c,y r 5 j waded asrt T I Q or ll: i' Tract - -'r-- K -Ngnggh f V. ,l-. ."" J if -Midi 'li Eemian r sils T T I ,I '-,.--, K gy? rs: . Paul Paula Dems Hef t y :fig k.ffV fill s a is , i V I s r my ' . - . wwmww' 220 Freshmen 'r-, ii W JE 3 L 5 Q15 aa Q? 54315 ah Deann Huls Shawna Hunt Roger Ibarra Dimarc Mike Stefanie Livecchi Andrea Lobato Marianne Logue Richard Longworth Daniel Lorch Kathleen Lowrey Leurh LW 'do 2 ,,'f1 ::,, , ' I Mark Patrick Marsh ScQK!fMarshall Michael Massa ,, V- I ' aMatel .,a, , , , ,V - V h W 11 Al' fi' n Q -nL" lindin 2, ccabe Q E 53131222 i 1 ,S , 2322- MCCHHH fl 5 jig ' cCanhy J 6 aa ak? ea W q 1 Q 552 Q 3 Zig V 43523 Q, 6 eg f s gf .1 ff In Q ,'2- ' McClure ' lf 7' 27' lhstnm 5 , 'v':' ww , W, , . f ' f adden :eww f 1' 1 3 -I 1 M M ,MGM ,,,... 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Deanna O'Neal A Rmhlynne Christine Linnette Pagan Paula Panissidi Joseph Pantaleon Diane Pappert Janis Paprocki Christopher Paschal Brian Paul Kelly Payfer Michael Pedace Cynthia Peraza Monique Perreira Lisa Perry Paul Petit john Philport Angelica Picado Amanda Plain Erica Ploeser julie Preciado Nicholas Preliovisk Lisa Prestel U ii Melissa t.,A S Pamela 4 jenniferQuirahte Elifebfib Raikiwlf Eugeiaatiiaiiigivohi e Virginiaikeeyes e lellee . Jenm gs, Cfs e T i ling 5 ' ,652-55 Shin .Qf .,... 026 j Rudolph: Ru msey f X S sew S YN 3 C are M r l T33 oy 5 ll V W S Xxx : ony Ruta is -We ,, . - A '- -'-. 555 'E ' ' 41: 2 ew ' 5 ' 1 5-,.. it or E i ,, S5 S ' E .M A ,t, 'Qf X gf i N QF si N , X X , ie if Y eg i is W X -Riagg X X '1 .+ ,W I M X i 4 5+-5 r a K iii A ,e. 5 -rw. 5,1 N ,.,, A " , if r-Ig E . er Q . .I X, , gp l e .P f 'W S -. --:- D., Q. f . N Rx --sfl i i ' Q .,, aj g Q ,X HA 1 f . S W- - A ' S r ' Q! 55 S ett , e r W . is , 6. t S, W S T 5 1 so ? .. rw e :is I . on , lg la L A at , K me " i S 1, Q X 1 .r "1 .Q -- 1' Ferdinand Santos Michael Scalo Andrea Scampone Kyle Schmidt Marcella Schorr julie Schroedl Paul Scott Eunice Sebastian Erin Shean Christopher Sherman Pat Shinsky Mark Shults jennifer Sibley Donna Silveira Lisa Simard james Simon Nicole Simonds Daniel Skeen janelle Smith Mary Smith Catherine Solis Michele Sorensen Alex Soriano jeffrey Soulages julie Spahn Steven Spittell Christopher Stephenson Carl Stevvart Kazhleeiwtixrtevant Subia Suess Matthew Sullivan tfeter Sung r 3 N ..., ,tx - s sQ a if A . , 1. H Q I ie 1 is SX se K r S' 'Q 5 X X S Su' ' ichelle Swall . ' g '1ji1lSwem f ' X san Tabor W LQ W, X , 5, C je nine Taillac SM A , . .V .if ax james Tk V - gb Carlos Tavares i ' S1 , P , Mark ,L l ' f- Dm' YW 1 , , , , 2 I'fm.- aa' - .. . - :Q X - ' ' I 35 ,',,-', Ni i ' 1, as ' ' ,, "'i , i ' 1' V 5 , ,, , , . I -- ' . L 5 t I . , ' S' A Q . - - '- S ' s H ' -. ' 22: 4 ff i ' 34 l i 5 Q- - 5' - 4' if 2 " ' r N .az .fi En' "'i"' ff 'XX e . 0 is . 5 ' 1 f r f ' H 5 L 'it ' t "' ,,v. il. ' f1,a.!3,. - K , , 1 r S it ' he t-,'. 'r Ex EQ s -- Nga l , M if ...Q - 5 , ,H g il m f xi mmwvwazf - 'i' ' 1, S V1 f l E Vg Freshmen 223 ' A , H Heather Whelan Tricia Whelan jack White Libby Wiedenhoff john Winsor Paul Witt Michele Wittmayer james Woodard Daniel Wright Michael Wright Paul Wizelaki William Yturralde it , '45 Gb xx ke 552, 'RJ CWS mY-ivx. 'cg Ls ' ' ' IE' 'Hifi' 669 1 x , :,-4' ef W u, 3 ,A s,0PHONk NRI 'I fini ihmm km Y -Y. Q ca vw. 0. 'nb af . I-. ,,' xfgfs? .L u,:i'NfQ,L, , , ,wk '4 , ,wi E:".'.4, , .H +A., Q ffn b., Q , H H--.-.ww,vmw1. ......1wwN,,..wwvLx--vwf .,f.-w-1-.'-awww! -11-www 1. -4 -.X . . . T. -sw .Y 1 A .. -. -, W -Q X .f-:wunlrv mmiiw ... .S MN 5 'wvvy -Q New-vw' M,N+.w.ww-F ws 30: fgqweww x..fM,-MQ-4 can -Q wwx -Xwmww-ox 'Hi QNNSWN A".""' ' fy w":-X'-Sv' Q "Y:"',',, W num-saws uw , xv.: ...W wi suv W' .. M-.www-Q. Q-Q ff fs? --:QA uns: N 1 Q Q - X ,,-.aww 75. Xqu 5+ . ...vu -.R gs: :Q-Q 55: 32"-'1 ?-'Jil . 1 5 naw. , A 5, , 'L 7'-'Q ww .L ,.. . 4, , ,I . an-ww - "" J 15. 1.'.?:h .va . . i' , - Q. .gs u NN., X, X y, ywww f . 3' nf'-.V LT:ifS NH, E - Luna' Lvwwffj N gggf ...MW QW Y . 5. 'ff -,, M. b. mg -W ,, ,. ,TL V .Y . w-. Q VY rw,- ,, ...V .. .F . A . Nuff. i Q sf -1 .- 'K X if Rw fi -1 Q MQ as 1 fx Q X mms,-,1 Congratulations, Lori! Best wishes for a life Hlled with success and happiness. May all your dreams come true. Love Always, Mom 8: Dad. 226 Babies R . .. c Kim, Congratulations! We are so proud of you. Love, Dad 6: Mom. 'QQ ,.f ,..! 2 Congratulations, Steve. We wish you much happiness and success. God bless you. Love Mom, Dad and Deneen. Meg, CBirdJ If God told you exactly what it was you were to do, you would be happy doing it no matter what it was. What you're doing is what God wants you to do. Be happy! We love you - Mom, Dad and Mike. jx, M Qt- ,.,. ' it 'X Congratulations to our future lawyer and CPA. Sue, we are very proud of you. Love from, Dad, Mom and Ronnie. Congratulations, Diane. Love, Mom, Dad, Rick, Kyle, Heather. N Q S X fr.. 1 Q.. i s lg . X.. C . . 1 ,nf tt Mark, jessica, and mn l J tt,-f,,.r Congratulations, Lucia. We love you always. Your Mom and Dad. 'ii ,ef ..l- , You've been all things to those who love you dearly. Mom, Dad, Grandma, KPCDC 841. Babies 227 It 1 i Best wishes and God Bless you on your Graduation Day and "Our Gal, Sal" lways. We love you so very much. Love, Dad and Mother x KL Dad, Mom 81 Diana. ' .Nw A ii ii ii 5 Qry ' , l Q - ' i n 'A' . ..r. B "" 'X My-QS i KX X ' ,f i . 2, 4- ,si y t To our fine son, David, an ambitious and responsi- ' ble young man. We wish you every success in life God Bless You A1Ways,Bema. that two proud parents can. W H 1 228 Babies e a ove you - Mom, Dad and Family. Darlene, hope your future is filled with happiness, love and all the things you want to fulfill your life. Love Mom, Tom, Dawn and jackie. vs Congratulations, Randy. We are so proud of you. One goal finished and now you start another. We wish you lots of love, success and happiness. Keep that smile always. Mom, Dad, David, Bobby. iiri if s 's . erer- I .... essa . ' 3 5 . fi F . ,, .rg rt., g L t ""' M . ase 5 , , 1 eess. . .,,, t We give thanks to God for you. Wishing you To Schafze Upon Graduating, D mL1Ch SUCCESS and IWHPPIHCSS 111 fhe COUHUE "How beautiful is youth! How bright ir gleams with years. its illusions, aspirations, dreams!" May your future Love, Mom, Dad, Chris, Michele and Carey. hold many fulfilled dreams - From your family. Babies 229 230 Babies FIOITI 1964 tO 1982 - ' - ' lonv wa Bab ! We're reall We are very proud of you and pray for all good Congratulations, You ve Come a , 5 Y . Y Y things in your future. You have our love always, Proud Ofyou Km' Love, Mom, Dad'T1m 81-Juliet' Mom, Dad and Dan. 1 rr 1 " 4 r You've only just begun - The future holds every blessing you need for a successful Congratulations, Ken! We are so Proud of you. You can be and haPPY life- We love You Very much, anything you want to be SO - gO fOr itll Love, Mom, Dad, Dad 34 Mom Michael, Paul 8: Suzanne. Q1 9' 4 -N gtk 1 N X wma X N X xi K c.. We're so proud of you joaquin. The best of everything in the future. We Love You! Mom, Dad, Mary Lynn,john, Debbie 81 Gail S X R e ? . X f ,., if X T bi - 4 xi' ' K tti Congratulations! We are so proud of you and hope your dreams come true. Love, Mom 8: Dad. Best of luck always 8: may God always bless you. We love you, Shelley. Mom, Dad 8cjoe Lozano. S' 'li N. rs' if -. Congratulations, Mario. Happiness and success always. We are very proud of you. May you find someone to love you as much as we do. Mom, Dad, Darin, and Nicole. Babies 251 . . Jkgx tk X... N .. wi C , XN,N . N Teresa! Dream your dreams, persevere, and they will be yours. Our love and prayers are with you always. Love, Mom, Dad, Mary and Les. a 54,51 "" RQ. if L-f-av 232 Babies Congratulationsjeffl We are so proud of you. Love, Dad, Mom, Chris andj. R. fl! -its Congratulations, Steve. We wish you all the success 84 happiness you deserve. We're so proud of you! Love, Dad, Mom, Cindi Susy 8: Theresa. Congratulations, Cara. We knew you could do it! Never loose sight of God. Love Wayne, Dad, Grace 8: Family. 1 k ,er wks of-. ,Q you always, Mom 3 AW.. Sweet Anne Marie, Marc, you made the gifts of life and love so real May you always know the joy and happiness you - 50 Precious, have given us. We are very proud of you. Love, God Bless yOu, Son, We love you, Dad, Mom,john,joni 8: Anthony. Mom, Dad, Greg, and Eric. 17, - sf if is I is 5 May God's love and joy continue to radiate through Philip, may you always be eager for life! We are very pro- your shining out to others. Celeste, we love you. Your ud of you! Family. Love, Mom, Dad, Meredith 8: Brennan. Babies 233 i Q5 x -3 . Lf N53 ts n ' X.XNi"r-QR X , . . .Q 'FP i ' 1 . Q ,, O ' L f ' my ' a in 'F .. .laik wi' ' Q 4+ is , P Q ,wx , , Q 2 v' an Q . 4 X' Q sf .w a ii ..,. ,..k xx, .. ' ' , r . . as W, 1 ,M,,. U. f I i i f 2 1 . May your light always shine. 71' I -Qi fnfigh Denise M f Q 7 f I f' H alf' ' ' f ,aw 2 ,. ,,,. ,4 ,,K'j:.4Q M t sqm. ,K we-.1 . p , in Q . . - .Q ai' n ...Q B .4 ,.r . . U Q fr U Q as Q Q ,ax Q. ,X ,Q ,aa You haven't Changed a bit! May all your dreams Come true. Congratulations, Rosie. Love, Mom and Dad. L wr' ? LAI ,dos .L-:"" 4 ' K BUSY- ,f 9 P . w g! 4. Zflfgg , ,gff'.F'- , , ei 'fy ' 334551 3 QE. Eg'-215 3 Q 'T-'sz , X Congratulations, we're proud of you! God Bless, and good luck in Best Wishes, Greg! the future. ' Love, Love Ya, Mom and Dad. Mom and Dad' 234 Babies QVC L Qu 9 591 l viwv . 904 P' WV N WS X -- J... . .gk QA? OW M LP' UW RSS ii Qffw - .ewxrw E We wish you much happiness and success, Billy. Congratulations! We love you, Mom and Dad. X iafefwfs ,gms 'T in 4 . I thank God with all my heart for giving me a daughter as wonderful as you. May your life be always happy and may all your dreams come true. gs PV S Wm 'r t . K r .wr- ,Am ww"' W es cf ol" Vx OJ tb Congratulations, Trisha. Dream the impossible dream and we pray it will come true. We love you, Mom and Dad. lpxduxmwbmp th --lffflilvl ,!l? Congratulations, Elaine! We want to thank you for all the happiness you have given us. Our love, Mother and Dad. Babies 23 236 Babies 4. E Congratulations, Kim. May your future be bright and may all your dreams come true. Love Always, Your Grandparents, and Families. Congratulations, Pat! We are behind you all the way. Love ya' and God Bless, Mom, Dad, Tim, Terry, Tom and Ted. K Q' n f Go for it Paul! I D Congratulations and best wishes to the Senior Class With our Lord's Grace, we will always be with you. of '32, Most especially our dear Therese. RUdY, M0OHligl'1I, Midmel Bfiluela- Lots of love. Mom 8: Dad Bc Virgil 5420. Congratulations and Success, Robert. Your possibilities are endless. We love you, Mom, Dad and Lynne. 9 We 5 , 'lv t ' 5, God grant you the serenity to accept the things you cannot change, Courage to change the things you can, and Wisdom to Know the difference. Love, The Deely Family. High hopes for the future generation to come. We love you Dave, Mom, Dad and Family. I' 63X A'f",!,J', fi-.. Dear Kris, Congratulations! We are proud of you little sister. Best wishes for many happy and successful years. Love, Mom, Dad, Kathy, Karen, Kim, Kenneth and Kay. Babies 23 238 Babies 2 ,,, A l xml", . KW f V' I Smile, Mary! It wasn't so bad and we're proud of you! Congratulations and our love, Dad and Mom. Good luck on your climb ro the top, Karyn. May you reach success. Much love from your family - Mom, Dad and Romeo CMahal Kita! KJXJJPJLQ A v Ml? ,'kQ.fvYx2xvNN l XDOULAO Q Crvn .- IXJXX Q.A',f ,--L .A-...X J I A , .,,.UA H Hp! ,C dw L,V.Jz. cl DU QANJZJULQ N J Gull SMA Ugg V-Juan, 0-.J - 'Grovtkadf TLJAQ, Mg VLQO Guo? NQQCJDQ4 Y doouci VYXJVQJD O Wa UK . 4 c whoa ' - 60 kfvvyflxa Avery special daughter. v Our delight through the years. '7Wx,u,Q,k Lowa, x -fr Cl fl XX Congratulations, FRED! Hard work and fun just begun, but you must continue to study and work harder. Best wishes to a successful future. We love you. Mom, Dad, Anna and Nina in as -tfffw To our little pilgrim!! Congratulations! Love, Mamba and Dad. H-is s . W 4 4 ix . W Nt 'e 311' Congratulations to our dear Elizabeth. We love you and wish you nothing but the best. Love, Mom and Dad. .x Q .1.A Q . 4 t is 1' 1 " X 5 p ..,t Nj. Q-f Annette, You are very special to us. You have brought a lot of joy and happiness in our lives. Love, Dad, Mom,john, Anthony and Sal. is 3, gs' . Qs i ..i " .4 t lllt D R L' Vu' i'r1 'W . fi s 5 . . t 'tttr ....,,.....- p 1 Vyyp y V..sr p e Congratulations john and Rick. We are proud of you. Love, Mom, Dad, Denise and Steve. Babies 239 Dear Stacey, May your dreams become realities and may Come into the mountains, Dear Bob, to seek out the beautiful God bless you, guide you and protect you. Love, Mom, things in our land, so you can use love and friendship to create a Dad and all your brothers and sisters. O new and better world. Love, Mom, Dad and Scott. 1 gb ppc td, i A Ay , - J , 'W' UM! f MP rx K jg I Ly ly 4 Off 'f lp! A 1 li ' ,V ' A x Milf' ' 5 -'X 4 GL' L ' if 5 .M ,J fi ,. ' , 0 1, uf! Q U :L I L 5 - ' lllwdlx K -:fl U , . , . .F ur ,. s ' f.: 1., for , I DQS A K A 1 x N - E E - '- k V If 5 if JM pf' E , T . , , If W - 5 i g i,,. .X J g 5, . D 1 " D M! 240 Babies Q KeeP gfowlng in YOU' abllifl' .fo Share From the first day of school on. You've made us very yourself, your-talents and easpwally Your proud! Good luck Jin. Love, Peter, john and Mom. love with all, You're a "special gift" to us. Love, Mom and Dad. i df- X g g . . :,,' , 'F ' N D ,. . J M 1 . A 1 ' J f rates D . Q y All lt . Beverly, Thank You for making us so proud. Con- Congratulations Shelly on your fine work. We are proud of you gratulations, Love and Hugs. XOXO Mom and Dad. and love you. Much success in your future. 5 .... ff! r' I A 6 i X- as ttaf Q e . may m. it With all our love to you and success in all you strive to do. We l0VC YOU, Linda, and are VefY Proud of YOU- Con' Love, Mom, Dad and Maggie. gratulations and love, Mom and Dad. Babies 241 Dearest jim, We are so proud of you, Congratulations! You are our greatest treasure. Our love, Mom, Dad, Peanut and "The Kids." Congratulations to our sweet and merry Molly. From: Mom, Dad, Kayte, Keoin, Tricia andjoe. 242 Babies Oh my God!, Me a Lawyer? May your dreams always come true. Love, Dad, Mom, Sisters and Brothers. Congratulations Linda! May your every wish ana dreams come true. God bless and keep you always. Love, Mom, Dad, Don, Ken and David. Your goals are so highg your talents, so many but knowing you Elaine Mae, you'll do it all and outshine the sun!" Mahal, keep your feet on the ground but keep reaching for the stars. Dad, Mom, Lita, Eunice, and Nana Congratulations, Good Luck and God Bless. ill A rss', ,. X5 , l 'ttt T - t 1 t KQ E ,, , y is "May you always have the joy and laughter of your youth." Love, Mom and Dad. A7 1 5 X ...X X N X To our jacquie, Our fiesty jacquie who has touch- ed our lives in so many ways. A very special con- gratulations. You are very, very special to us. We love you, babe, Dad, Mom, Kathie 84 Bill. .tt Helen, Congratulations and good luck in all you do! Love, Dad, Mom, Steve and Pami. Babies 245 Hogan . . . "Our Hero" 145 With love and happiness always, Dad, Mom, Tricia and Brent. ' sf fi lwfw We wish you success and happiness in all your endeavors. All our love, Mom and Dad - Congratulations! 244 Babies E K' ff, Du bisch mies Schi, Scha, Schi Scha Schatzelr Love from, Mama, Papa, Hans and Oma. Dear Son, You have been a blessing and a wonder ful reason to exist. We are very proud of your suc cess in this particular stage of your life. Love you Mom, Dad and Roman. ongrafufafiono an . Heal' ed for flue .il-ufure Cyan of l982V gy 'S if 'vw - Etta fl' -3 5 W. 5 pirit, ' one, hangs . . . . . 25 Bears 2? X N-new A - Q ,ian 'aging 1 . K vw Q :,,: M YW ,f 'U , Cl """'lIuu.... ' B '?" P. Q 1, . Gifs, .L 4 I in I Aims. kuzfffmnwzrezzwmfla I iv -f my ' sv ww KM, , 1 A 5 K I 1 E K S 1' i . 7 K sl V Se x sM,. . Q xl .1 e X Hsve iwwwf 3' My new " X , f Lf 'F' S' 1 , 1 An Irish Blessing May the road rise up to meet you May the wind be always at your back May the sun shine warm upon your face May the rains fall soft upon your fields And until we meet again May God hold you in the palm of His hand. Closing 247 Abraham, Barbara Abraham, Theresa M. Acol, Katherine Acosta, Gloria Adamo, David Adamo, Louis Adams, Amy Adams, Megan Aguilar, Mark Aids, Kimberlee Ainslie, Susan Alcantara, Elaine Alderson, Michele Allison, Lisa Altamirano, Steve Alvarez, Laura Andersen,janet Anderson, Elaine Anderson, Heidi Anderson, Keith Anderson, Laura Anderson, Leigh Anderson, Stephen Angles, Michele Anguiano, Alfredo Appel, Patricia Araiza, Alex Arkinladeh, Dana Armlield, Sylvia Armstrong, Adrianne Arthur, Edward Asaro, Valarie Ashman, Edwin Askrn, Billy Asktn, Michelle Asperrn, Elizabeth Ann Asperinhjoseph Asperrn, Kimberly Atilanowlohn Atkins, Thomas Avila, Alicia Aurewicz, Paul Babbitt, Chris Babbrtgjeffrey Babick, Lisa Bacani, Maria Baker, Keefe Balanag, Ben Balanky, Dawn Balmaceda, Alfredo Barabas, Mandy Barba, Dale Barhoum, Tony Barker,-john Barker, Paul Barreras,-joseph Barrett, Adam Bartow, Cara Barrow, Monica Bane, Charles Bauer, Michelle Bauler, Nancy Baxter, David Bayette, Carolyn Beam, Thomas Bear, lnge Bechthold, Kari Becker, Laurence Bedard, Monique Bedore, Daniel Bedoreululie Beeche, Arlyne Beel, Nancy Beel, Susan Behra, Richard Beltram, George Berg,jeanne Berg,Wi1liam Betterton, Kristine Betts, Nancy Beu, Mitchell Bralk, Molly Brard, Matilda Blake, Lisa Blake, Sharon Blouin, Mary-Ann Boeh, Greg Bohan, Sean Boileau, Susan Bolado,jack Book, Claire Booraem, Heidi Boose, Michele Borer,joseph Borer, Matthew Boudreau, Lilly Bouterie, Ronald Boyer, Glen Boyer,-Iohn Boysen, Leslie Bradley, Elizabeth Bradley, Paul Brand, Charline 248 Index 1ClJ,101,140,148,149 51, 97, 123, 136, 140 145 139 143 W, 143, 148 145 92 33,97,114,148, 143 Z4, 102, 140 145 94, 124, 145 92, 143 54 46 101 123 97, 145, 92, 123, 128, 93, 15,51,97, 95,150,218, 111, 141, 51,132, 93. 7, 51, W. 97, 117,141, 31,48, 123, ICB, 121, 113, 111, 120, 141, 101, 93, 123, 97, 94, 126, 199 148 219 210 219 210 199 210 210 51 210 219 210 210 192 51 199 199 219 210 210 199 199 210 51 51 179 219 219 219 210 210 199 219 199 150 219 199 IW 210 199 147 219 107 219 210 219 199 210 210 210 219 210 199 210 219 210 52 199 199 210 199 219 178 219 219 219 199 210 199 52, 97 103. 125, 143. 143, 52, 95, 126, 97, 145, 148,149. sz, 14, sz, 104, 53, 1lB,143. ss, 136,145, 93, 53, 219 219 199 210 52 210 144 210 52 210 210 199 199 52 199 199 199 157 199 178 115 139 53 210 178 132 210 219 151 219 210 210 Braun, Christine Breher,joan 23.136, Brerstenjames Brennan, Lynn 101. Brennan, Patrick 123, 151. Brennan, Susan 110, 132. 135. Britsch, Hans 111. Britsch, Susanne Brizuela, Paul Broding, Larry Bronson, Carl Brooke, Robert Btow,j11l 30, 53, Brown, Andy Brown, Elirabeth 145, Brown, Kenneth 136, Bryant, Lori Bua, Michele Buchanan, Scott 117, Bucher, Vmcent 136, Budetti, Robert 144. Budetti, Susan Bufalin1,L1sa 12, Bullet, Robert 43,1lB, 143. Bumpus, Margot Burke, Christine Burke,-lack Burke, Michael Burke, Patrick Burnett, Theresa Burns, T1mothy Burris, Anthony 93, 151, Bush, Carolyn Bustria, Anna 148, Bustria, Frederick Butler, Matthew Butler, Tim Byrne, Benet Byrom, Rebecca 41, 139, Byrom, Tom 93. Cabotaje,jacqueline Cabr1to,He1de Cahill, Sr. Eileen Cahill, Stephen Cahill, Thomas Calabrese, Rachele 24, Calderon, Gabriela Calderon, Ricardo 29, 90. 126. Calderon, Rosanna 54.132, 134, Caldwell, Ray as, Calimlin, Anita Qmeron, Charles 123, Cameron, Michael NH, 120. Campbell, Colleen Campbell, Mark HB. Campbell, Matthew 54. Campillo,-john 90. Qmpillo, Paul 92, Gnepa, Elaine 121. Canepa, Peter Cantisani, Adriana Canzoneri, Dawn 139, Canzoneri,jel'frey Capuzzi,john 90, Capuzzi,jim Caraher, Eva Maria Carillo, Raul 93, 121, Carini, Alfredo Carini, Catherine Qrini, Louis 49.92, 120. Qtl, Shirley. C.arlisle,jenn1fer 145, Carpenter, David 126. Carrilloulorge Carrillo, Rosanna 99, 123. 150, Carrollhjames 55, 107, Carter, Kevin Carvalho, Peter Case, Anthony 110, Casemero, Annette Casey, Timothy 36, 111. Castagnola, Nina Marie Castagnola, Stephen 93, 121. Castaneda, Renee Caulfield, Colleen 55. Caviles, Qrmela 123. CDE Baca, Alma CDE Baca, Dolores Cefalu, Annette 55. Cefalu, Anthony 93. Cerciello, Eva Cesare, Shannon Chaillou, Barbara Chaison, David Chang, Herman Chavezulanell Chavez, Thomas 55, Chrisman, Neila Christenson, Kathy Christiana, Robert Chuilli, Dorianne 123, 145, Chuilli, Gwendolyn Ciavarelli, Regina Clarrn, Edna 148,153, Close, Maria 10, 138, Coen, Matthew Cohn, Mary Carolyn Coladonato, Cristina 7, 56, Coladonato, Dante 92. Cole, Alexandra 97, 125, 219 175 210 219 210 199 210 53 53 184 199 53 152 199 199 199 210 219 219 219 210 199 199 210 54 219 210 219 54 219 54 219 210 199 54 199 145 54 210 219 219 219 184 210 54 IW 210 199 151 199 210 KID 210 ,201 2117 144' 2111 210 219 55 219 ZW 210 ZKXD 210 55 219 55 210 211 176 KX! 219 211 211 118 211 55 ZCXD 211 211 219 219 Z19 145 219 211 219 118 219 219 ZID 190 219 219 219 112 211 211 2113 219 211 211 ZKXJ 211 219 219 150 211 219 Cole, Beverly Coleman, Greg Coleman, Marc Collins,jennifer Collins, Mary Elizabeth Collins, Paul Conaty,jill Conners, Gtr: Conniry, Karen Connorsulohn Connors, Kathleen Connors, Sean Contis, Ted Contreras, Cynthia Contreras, Paula Conway, Melissa Coogan, Kelly Cooper, Mark Cooper, Mary Corder, Susan Cornick, Therese Costa, Cora Costa, Louis Michael Covell,-john Covell, Stephen Covey, Allie C0vey,john Cox, Kristin Crena, Rubre Crisologojacqueline Crisologo, Vincent Crivello, Anthony Crivello, Genee Crivello, Maria Crivello, Mario Croft, David Crowe,-lefferey Cruz, Karen Cruz, Laura Cuadros, lsabel Cuadros, Rafael Cumming, Glory Cunningham, Mary Cusack, Carol Cushman, Lori Cutri, Diana Cutting, Mika Czarnecki, Tom V 92, 5' 21 14, 56,91 114, 143. 139. 138. 138, 145, 148, 152. 110, 46, 90. 56 147, 8,56,149,152. 148. 123, 93, 109. 152. 57, 10,12,15,57, 139. 145, 34, 57, 143, 150. 152. 9, 34, 57, 110, 132, 93. 21 21' 184 21 21 20 51 21 21' 5' 21 21 21' 20 20 21 21' 21 21 20 14 20 21 5 Z1 22 20 21 21 21 20 23 5 21 11, 20 5 5 20 21 19 221 21 144 21 Dear Lord, I finally made it! Love, Nikki McPhail 1 5 ldmun, Sarah idmun, Stewart nhl, Deborah ihl, Teresa yhmsujacquelyne ileo,Chmt1ne ily, Megan Angelo, Leonard initz, Thomas hrby, Christiane irhy, Gabriella 1rby,jeffrey rby,julie Rosa, Evelyn wson,jef1' Barry, Douglas Court, Kathryn ely, Christina ly, Patricia ly, Suzie Guzman, Allan V La Cruz, Diana vlaney, Felicia ylaney, Roben 1 Maria, Anthony l Massa, Kastle rmpsey, Christa rnenberg, Stevan : Roche, Carolyn r Sousa, Denise rvall, Linda rvall, Rhonda rvan, Lisa ivenyns, Monique e Vita, Antoinette 2 Witt, Christina : Witt, Theresa amond, Eric ller, Nancy malanta, Brent nan, Tim nauer, Paul nauer, Philip stefan,-janet z, Stephen zon, Darren zon, Doreen xlan, Mary rlan, Michael rlan, Patrick xljanin, Caryn 5nahue,judy movan, Nancy rren,john Scott 1r1a, Connie rria, Gabi xucerte, Dawn muglass, Helen Juglass, Pam rw, Rebecca rwd, Colleen rwd, Patricia xwning, Denise iyle, Adrienne apeau, Karen exler, Dan iarte,joey ibois, Brian ibreuil, Marie Ida, Eliubeth iffy, Linda iffy, Michael indas,john inne,joseph ipre, Kenneth ipre, Suzanne iran,-lames ithie, Lori iykers, Ross vyer, Eileen 'kes, Mary Beth gan, Lynette gan, Robert 5tman,james ron, Daniel khardtuloan ks, Lisa lts, Michael lts, Penny no, Thomas fuezabal, Celina ion, Lynetta is, Rika riquez, Theresa tiquez, Virgil 1, Michael iacher, Christine melding, Christopher welding, Heidi a, Tracy le,jeffrey Iueda,-Ioseph rada, Lisa inko, Dawn inko, Robert erett,-loseph ers, Mary 7, 57, 149, 150, 228 W, 149, 2111 211 219 125, 219 21D W, 219 58 58 101, 124, 149. 2111 219 92, 2iX1 219 125, 219 144, 219 92, 120, 211 219 95, 116, 219 12, 14, 58 11,51 21D 125. 211 211 148, 2115 211 211 58,151, 219 220 111, 145. 21D 211 58 211 2111 211 211 2115 211 97,125, 220 118, 211 157, 145, 211 211 58 104, ZKXJ 10,107,150, 211 220 115, ZIXD 211 159, 144, 203 46, 124, 145,150,1Q, 2111 211 220 220 211 184 126, 2111 2111 125, 158, 211 220 50, 58, 101,124 15,44, 125, 150, 201 201 105, 150, 211 105, 220 116, 125, 211 18 59, 20 212 95, 116,125, 211 211 54, 58 58,151 104, 125, 220 156, 212 188 59, 112 59, 250 201 59. 149 159, 201 201 220 145, 220 220 111,212 54, 59 220 101,212 97, 148, 151,155,212 59,151 97,148,153,201 59, 90, 151 212 220 59, 145 11, 14,50,59, 145,151 95, 125, 220 11s, 119, 212 60 94, 126, 146, 201 103, 125,220 46, 150, 201 92,212 107,201 60 60 201 14, 60,90 60,145 Fager, Bemadette Fallon, William Falstad, Patricia Faria, Manuel Farney, Daniel Faucher, Gary Fedor, Pamela Fenech, Gerard Fenick, William Fernkes, Lisa Ferrantellihlennifer Ferris, Kerry Filio, Aniana Filio, Arturo Filio, Bruno Filrppone,joseph Findling, David Fischbeck, Karen Fischbeck, Keith Fischer, Kirk Fitzmorris, Gail Flanagan, Kevin Flavin,justina Fleck, Kimberly Fleischli,john Fleming, Keith Fleming, Kieran Fletcher, Brian Fleury, Alfred Flodman, Mary Floersch, Duncan Flood, Marla Flood, Monique Flores, Drew Flournoy, Mark Flynn, Dianna Flynn, Kerri Ford,john Fort, Teresa Franca,john Franke, Randy Franklin, Margaret Franklin, Thomas Fraser,jane Fraser, Teresa Freitas, Gina Friesenhahn, Billy Friesenhahn, David Frowiss, Al Frude, Charlene Fuger,jaime Fuger, Nicole Fulton, Andrea Funtall, Lisa f 5 fl Q i 15, 60, 1113, 26, 60, 60,15Z. 61. 50, 61. 97,148, 61, 61, 45. H 1 151,228 212 158, 212 111,220 125,152 140,145 212 146,149 60 159,144 45,201 150,201 61 117,212 128, 201 92,201 125, zzs 97,212 61 182 125,220 212 148,201 101,220 128,220 98, 212 115. 201 126,144 201 61 144,201 201 212 145,212 21.90.201 94, 220 62 62, 110 212 62, 107 126, 212 125, 212 9,14, 36,62, 152 178 62. 97 212 220 220 94, 126 58, 201 102, 201 105, 220 180 156, 220 Gabrielson, Timothy Gadbois, Robert Gaffney, Theresa Gagliani, Albert Gagliano, Stephen Gagnon, Dave Galindo,joe Gallo, Claudia Gannon, Susan Garcia, Antonia Garcia, Arlene Garcia, Holly Garcia,jo-Ann Garcia,jose Garcia, Pearla Gardner, Teri Garland, Shane Garrison, Scott Gehring, Charles Gemino, Maiko Generas, Anthony George, Bradley George, Greg George, Mary George, Peter Gerardi, Victor Giacalone, Frank Giacalone, Toniann Giacomini, Tina Giblin, Marie Gibson,jon Giesing, Brennan Giesing, Meredith Giesing, Philip Giesing, Stephen Giglitto, Frank Giles, Grover Todd Gillen, Theresa Gillis, Bill Gillson, Anthony Gistaro,jean Gistaro, Patricia Glum, Mary Pat Goan, Edward Goan,-james Goan, Mary Gonsalves,joaquin Gonsalves, Mary Gonsowski, Dean Gonnlez,-lose Gonzalez, Miguel Gorence, Martin Gorsich, David Gorsich, Elizabeth Goscienski, Beth Goyette, Michael Grabe,jackie Grady, Ann Elizabeth Graham, Bonnie Graham, Todd Granja, Margaret Gray, Andrew Green, Colin Greenwood, Kathleen Gregory, Edward Grenard, Christina Grimm, Paul Grissom, David Grosekemper, Karen Grou, Lee Gullett, Stephanie Gushue, Brian Gushue, Christine Haach, Paul Haeflinger, Darlene Hae en,john Hafgjoan Haisha, Sandra Hakeem, Beth Halfman, Diana Hall, Danny Hall, Lees: Hall, Loraine Dale Halliday, Robin Halvorsen, Eric Hammons, Darcy Hanafin, Holly Hanna, Mark Hansen, Michael Hansen, Wade Hansmann, Lily Rosa Hardesty, Robert Harding, Megan Harl-tay, Thomas Harrebomee,-Iody Harrington, Kelly Harris, Bret Harrison, Doina Harrison, Elyse Hart, Alexandra Harter, Traci Harvel, Christine Harvel, Patricia Ann 157, 220 212 220 144, 220 112, 201 62 190 212 212 220 212 220 212 62 212 220 201 117, 201 201 220 201 144, 152, 201 15, 26, 62, 110, 152, 155 201 212 112, 220 201 150, 220 212 114,116, 220 20,W 95, 97, 220 97, 201 14, 42, 65. 94 141, 201 65 212 220 92, 128, 212 152, 154, 212 128, 148, 212 46, 201 212 65 212 220 65, 90, 251 202 95, 144, 220 202 58, 220 65, 144 5,186 25, 185 110,155,155,151,lW, 202 220 90, 202 102, 148, 202 104, 152, 148, 152, 212 110, 141, 202 220 141, 220 145, 220 14, 65 95,151, 220 57, 145 212 92, 212 202 212 212 202 220 117 15.65, 229 220 26,155, 202 212 110, 202 105, 212 212 212 54,65 145, 220 212 97, 116, 212 202 220 212 220 4, 45, 195 202 W, 111,148,212 212 104, 125, 220 26, 46, 155, 202 123, 215 191 145, 152, 215 26,104, 149, 202 151, 220 125, 215 64, 104, 145 Index 249 Y' M...- , fm, 2 ee? at.. W' te if fs.. "Guess how many dimples I have?" She's a blessing to her mother. Harvey, Robert Hasenauer, Geoffrey Hawes, Keith Hayes, Peppia Hayes, Roger Hayes, Sally Henninger,jeff Hensley, Michael Herb, Alicia Herb, Chris Herberich, Sr. Margaret Hernandez, Belinda Hernandez, Nanette Hewitt, Daniel Hewitt, Donald Hicke,joseph Hicks,julia Hiel, Ondina Hillerman, Michael Hillman, Aide Hinshaw, Clayton Hitchcock, Patrick Hitchcock, Paul Hjotth, Paula Hoffmann, Denise Holden, Thomas Hollingsworth, William Holman, Douglas Holman, Eliubeth Holman, Robert Holmberg, Scott Holmes. Stephen Holt,john Holub, Daniel Hooks, Frank Hom, Brenda Horn, Brent Hotn,jill Horn, Mark Howe, Brian Hoyt, Denise Huber, Ronald Huerta, Humberto Huerta,juan Huey, Theresa Huffman, Stacey Hughes, Amy Hughes,john Hulme, Melinda Huls, De Ann Hunt, Marie Hunt, Shawna Hunter, Elizabeth Hurst, Steven lbatra, Roger 250 Index V 64,151 120, 215 120, 202 202 64 215 156, 202 148, 120, 215 202 92, 215 183 64 220 125. 202 64,123 145, 215 220 191 121, 220 202 220 202 220 220 220 202 64 107, 202 14,64 lm, 215 92, 215 202 118, 119. 202 215 95, 220 202 64,140 220 111, 215 215 65 95, 220 W. 120, 215 110,120, 215 215 15,65 65, 145 202 36, 202 221 97, 202 221 124,159,150, 209, 215 111, 202 109,123,141 221 1bbetson,jeri jgnosci, Daniel escas, Gilbert lnes, Dimarc Mario lnlow, Gifford lzuno, Stephen jach,jennifer jackson, Kimberlee jacobacci, Steve jacobelly, Elizabeth jacobo, Femando jacobo, Lisa james, Mark janney, Garret jansen, Petra jardin, Carla jassoy, Robert javiere,jennine jaxon, Nancy jenkins,jennifer jensen, Ursula jesse, Anthony johnson, Cort johnson, Michele johnson, Scott jones, Monte joseph, Michael juditz, Tommie Kane, Mary Catherine Kankowski, Ann Kankowski, Celeste Kankowski, Linda Kaonis, Keith Kantor, Kerri Kasimatis, Margaret Kasimatis, Paula Kassebaum, Estelle Kates, Robert Kaveney, Mary Kazmarek, Kristine Keeley, Christine Keenan, Catherine Keller, Sean Kelly, Coreen Kelly, Gregg Kelly, Lynne Kelly, Paul Kelly, Ruben Kemp, Cindy Kemp,john Stevan Kennedy, Aileen Kennedy,james Kennedy, Kevin Kerber, Carolyn Ketchum, Gregory KeveS. Brian Kidwell, Ernest Kiefer, Kristine Kieffer, Ray Kimball, Timothy King, Kristin King, Margaret King, Teresa King, Tina Marie Kinninger, Deanne Kinninger, Shawn Kirltendall, Kathleen Kirkendall, Kristine Kishida, Keiko Kloberdanz,jerty Kloberdanz, Mark Klopchin, Patrick Knighten, Michael Knowles, Melissa Knowles, Todd Koch, Daniel Koch, Elizabeth Korb, Alan Kostecki, Steven Kovac, Charles Kovac, Mary Kreusser, Edward Kreusser, William Kruse, Richard Kuhlman, Lorna Lab,jennifer Lachmayr, Lucia Lachmayr, Martha la Framboise, Donna La Fteniete, Anthony Laib-Anderson, Dr. K Lallana, Eric aren 176 65, 110 65, 107 221 65 15, 65, 110, 128 28, 97,145,221 202 4,93, 111,187 65 95, 121,221 66, 159 221 144, 221 202 221 111,221 48, 215 182 66, 102 116, 221 221 144,202 145, 149,202 110 221 33,145,202 215 102, 114, 143, 215 50, 92, 215 1154, s0,66,90 221 92, 215 143, 203 22, 66, 149 148, 150. 209, 215 4,41, 192 143, 215 215 215 159, 205 102, 215 ice, 120,215 221 66 205 10s, 213 98, 148, 201 145,145,221 66,156 125, 215 93. 221 46, 92, 120, 203 215 15, 66, 90, 118 66,104,141 221 67 67,128 111,221 W,145,2Z1 152, rss 28,101,1Z5,l45,148,215 145,215 67,140 14,67 221 67 101,125,221 213 221 215 67 215 221 98, 111, 148, 215 67, 149 205 215 215 97, 205 67,110 118,120,215 136, 221 215 158, 215 8, 68, 149, 152, 227 215 205 92, 95, 215 140,179 68,149, 150 Lamm, Fr, Tim Landers, Kelli Lange, Mary Lanphier, Leo La Plante, Angela 14 Plante,john 14 Porta, Carolyn La Porta, Esther La Porta, Robert La Porta, Richard La Riviere, Fr. Earl La Rue,james Latus, Felisa hvine, Sean Leach, Deborah Leach, Patricia Leath,jacqueline La Cren, Douglas Lee, Kevin Leech, Amyee Leggett, Patricia Leinenbach, Karen Lenz, Gabriele Leon, Alejandro Leon, Arnold Leon, Frank Leon, Lourdes Leonard, Tamara Levy, Katherine 1.evy,j0hn Liberatore, Steven Lichtman, Brad Liliebladh, Cindy Linback, Peter Lingham, Gretchen Linghamjohn Lipscomb, Ronald Lisa, Kathy Litavish, Mary Susan Litavish, Michael Little, Audrey Livecchi, Stefanie Lobato, Andrea Lo Coco, Anthony Lo Coco,johnny Lo Coco,josephine Lo Coco, Peter Loewer, Rhonda Lofgren, Eric Lograsso, Lu Ann Lograsso, Rosemarie Logue, Marianne Londono, David Lnngworth, Richard Lopez,joe Lopez, Lerizia Lopez, Mandyjo Lopez, Tresha Lorch, Daniel Lowrey, Kathleen 5 s Q, 128, 151, 45, 150, 199 145, 5, 18, 132, 176, 104, 145, 12, 45, 118, 150- 34, 41, 120,150, 111, 17, 31 68, 110, 110, 118, 68, 9. 49, 92, 53, 125.l 39,90, 112, 56, 149, 141, 123, 148, l 15,69, 90,1 l 114, 92, 40, 49, 118, 49, 23 69, 150. 144, 125, 152, 132, 152, 114, 95, 109, 121, 6 ew: Liz, We are very proud of you and much. Your Family we love yor rzano, Shelley ciani, Marie decke, Coreen decke, Christopher ebbets, Sharon Anne eth,-james kpetris, Michael kpetris, Ruth Ann C Canhy, Mark lchado, Laura icis, Hector acis, Tony ac Manus, Paul adntgaulohn admga, Lena ldntga, Richard iggio, Christopher tguire, Brian aguire, Maureen thady, Kevin thady, Mary ther, Meaghan ilanga, Gregory tnderfeld, Paul ingiameli, Annette ingin, Stephen inning, Dawn inning, Mark insur, Daniel trcus, Mark rtengo. Claude Anthony rrsell-a.jos-eph rrsellajoy Ann rtsh, Patrick rrshall, Scott rrshall, Stephen rrtin, Suzanne ittinez, Laurie Ellen rrtinez, Rick rrrini, David iscarihlulie Ann tscari. Karen rson. Linda Nl. Michael isaey, Sharyl isso,-jawad mel, Davina ltel, Ray .rtesor1, Ann Marie ttox, Brett .uro, Kary ,uro. Margaret ylield, Bud .ynor, Emily Alindin, Cktherine Alindin, Pamela Alindin, Richard Auliffe, Sean Cabe, Gregory Cann. Kimberly Carthy. Bemadine Carrhy, Kerry Carthy, Sean Carthy, Sean G. fatty, Paul 'Clendon, Anthony Clure, Steven Gymont, Bridget Corrniclt, Don Dade, Nicolle Donough, Mariory Ellistrim, Amy Ellistrim,jenny Elrcry, Mary Fadden, Daniel Fadden,-joy Farlin, Susan Farlin, Thomas Gill, Kathleen Gillen, Patricia Grath, Barry Greeveyuloseph Keone, Kathleen Keone, Shelley Kinley, Marjorie Mahon,-james Mahon, Liam Mahon, Mary Michael, F. Andrew Millan, Rick Phail, Natalie Quinn, Amber Sweeney, Therese ieiros, Christina nert, Crissa 1os,james idou, Mario mdou, Matthew tz, Chris tlmestet, Celeste tn, David n, Debra lay, Chrislyn y:y,G1rriCk y, Patrick .er,-jacqueline 1er, Gavin leh,james 12, 69. 103. 123, 144, 8, 69, 110, 70, 231 214 69 214 69 221 135 140 26,110,118,205 s. 1, 15, vo, ms, 2211 221 194 144, 214 10, 14, 70, 110 153, 214 70 95, 126 70 150, 203 W. 93. 109. 121, 115. 137. 221 70 214 221 70 24, 70 W, Z14 12, 203 121, 221 123. 111 71 175 214 148,153. 203 139, 150, 214 109. 221 93. 109. 121 14, 29. 71.111 102, 110, 148, 21,W,118, 117,137, 12, 71, 145, 148, 116, 152, 14s, 152, 114,115,124, 11, 94, 126, 136. 101, 71.92. 11, 71, 4, 1111, 145, 132.150, KD. 5. 145, 72, 102, 72, 102,140,148, 94, 126, 93. 72. 139, ioa, 91, 144, 11, 46. 92, 120, 150,1w, 150. 116, 21, 90, 118, 14. 49. 72, 90. 72, 73, 145, 221 112 203 71 203 214 230 205 71 221 71 214 221 214 214 214 203 181 131 214 214 221 221 214 221 221 203 221 214 71 203 123 221 214 182 214 204 214 221 185 221 214 214 204 221 221 181 221 214 124 150 204 72 204 214 221 145 204 221 221 72 221 72 214 221 221 204 222 222 204 118 222 117 149 . N , K . X 1 2' A t . ..... :'ll " ' 2 ' 2- - - . f. .1 - 5 , , , 5 . , ,-:QW-1.11. , K .2 .....,, X Q kk ie- ....,. A B . mx - nf bk V I A - ,fig ,, A ,AAA up ,,, . v, K A if , . A A 5 . ttk E 3 .- . - 1, . , ..L.rr , , is 2 9 t9..,.9i Q 7 iiii .7 1 l 4,31 y '-"' 11. .., ,,,b A 45 if I up M as A . ff ' Crissa - Some ofthe best things in life are worth waiting for. Mom and Dad Mitchell, Alison 6, 148, 150, 204 Murphy, Timothy 92, 143, 214 Mitchell,-lohn 151, 222 Myles, Mary 73,151 Mizoguchi,L1anne 214 Myles, Michael 141, 214 Mrzoguchr, Robyn Mock, Brian Moeller, Stefen Molinarolo, Victoria Monahan, Michael Mongiardo,jay Montali,julie Montoya, Lisa Montoya, Yvonne Moons, Peter Moore, Denise Moore, Chris Moore, Douglas Moore, Michele Moore, Randy Moran, Mary Moran, Virginia Moreno, Amalra Moriarty, Tim Morissette, Teresa Morrill, Linda Morris,-james Morrison, Ellen Moser, Kenneth Mossmer, Michael Moria, Michael Moung, Erika Moyers,-jennifer Mudd, David Mullrgan,jul1e Mulligan, Timothy Murphy, Colleen Murphy, Kevin 73 95. 222 222 150, 152, 214 v 143, 157, 214 143, 153, 214 101, 150, 209, 214 132, 148, 204 97, 145, 222 Nates, Rosemary 94, 140, 204 Navarro,jaime 73, 114 Neeleman, Kim 204 Newton, Carla 25, 90, 110, 112, 112,131-1, 204 NCWIOI1, Denik 150, 222 Nicholson, Brian 73, 112, 229 Nicolas, Maria 73 Niethus, Miriam 222 Nikolopulos, Robin 204 Nirschl, Celeste 144, 188 Noble, Danny 151 73 92, 120 110 1111101 121 144 101 93, 121 , 204 Noble, Sean , 114 Norman, Kimberly , 214 Norvell, Elinbeth 222 Norwood, Donna 75 Nosari, Elmo , 204 Nostrand, William 214 Nottoli, David 222 Nottoli, Katherine , 222 Nottoli, Michael , 222 214 , 222 , 214 , 222 74 92, 113, 143, 214 74.97, 152, 226 74 222 111,222 iss 181 74 204 222 215 215 74, 148149 204 74 93, 222 92, 215 121, 150, 222 25, 74, 90, 150 Index 251 0'Brien,james Oddo, Stephen O'F1aherKy. Teresa Oishei, Andrew Oishei,judith Ojeda, Angela Olson, Maria 0'Malley,-john 0'Mal1ey, Mary Ann Ommer, Ralph O'Neal, Deanna 0rlando,josephine Orwignlames Osias, Ruthlyn Osmeis, Deneen Osmers, Steven Osthimer, Christine Otto, Eric Owsley, Elizabeth Owsley, Marguerite Pabst,john Pacado, Angie Pagan, Linnette Panico, Melissa Panisside, Paula Pantaleon,joseph Pappert, Diane Paprockiulanis 252 Index -1- . 'Biz aa,?"if , 3 . jr 3 1,2 ,.wut.gf-:gf,1f,,'w,iffbf11f,2.e' 12 V1-Lsswfi-11:1 .f 2 we ,C ,,,, 1 'Y ' .1 ' Kim, you're special! Love, Mom and Dad 204 6,11,15,30, 74, 107, 128, 150, 227 75 215 15, 30, 75 222 lm, 204 75, 110 204 128, 222 97, 222 75 41, 215 145, 222 97, 148, 215 29, 75, 90, 226 222 204 75, 143, 149 204 137, 141, 215 145 222 215 222 125, 222 116, 222 222 Paachal, Christopher Panorujohn Patton, Mary PauL Brian Paul, De Ann Payfer, Kelly Peck, Zachary Pedace, Michael Peraaa, Cynthia Perea, Gabriel Peres, Teresa Perez, 1'hornas Perreira, Monique Perreira, Susan Perry, Lisa Peters, David Peters, Nick Petit, Paul Petricca, Anthony Pfeil, Margaret Pflaum,jane Phillips, M. Drew III Philpott,john Picado, Angelica Picard,joseph Picciniulessica Pietras,Julie Pietras, Richard Pilkington, David Pirolo, Dawn Pizarro,-lerry Plain, Amanda Plank, Michelle Ploeser, Erica Plotts, Thomas 93, 109, 121. 92, 144, 222 204 34, 75, 97. 149 222 49, 118, 151, 107, 125, 151, 123, 148, 93, 36, 155, 97, 148, 102, 114, 152, 93. 121, 144, 15, 30, 75, 124, 98, 148, 150, 123, ZH 222 181 222 222 215 204 215 222 N4 222 185 204 222 204 204 204 215 222 222 134 151 204 76 204 215 215 222 76 123, 204 222 204 Plum, Collette Plum, Elise Pontecorvo, Dale Porlas, Xavier Potts, Genevieve Ports,john Prather, Patricia Preciado,-john Preciado,-julie Prelgovisk, Nicholas Prestel, Lisa Prestigiacomo, Giovanni Preston, Kimberly Preston, Melissa Pride, Phyllis Primeau, Edward Pryor, Daniel Purcell, Susan Pruyn,john Pruyn, Stephen Pulkrabek, Donna Purcell, Susan Purshouse, Laurie Ann Puryear, Pamela Q1 ini, Roy Qainn, Lisa Quinn, Maureen Quintana, Martha Quirante,jennifer Rainbolt, Elinbeth Ramos, Brion Ramos, Orlos Ram'os, Dan Ramos, Marissa Rasey, Dennis Rathswohl, Eugene Rauch, Michael Rauner,-julie Rauner, Mary Ravenna, Philli Redfielduloseph Reeves, Alison Reeves, Virginia Regalado, Rudy Reichert, Michael Reichert, Pamela Reilly,john Reising, Mari Reising, Michelle Reiter,jon Reiter, Lynn Remington, Laurajean Remington, Mary Remoll, Michael Renshaw. Genevie Renshaw, Teresa Reyes, David Reyes, Edwin Reyes, Marilou Rhoades,john Rhoades, Michael Rhoades, Sharon Rich,j0seph Richardson, Elicia Ricklefs,-jennifer Rickling, Thomas Rico, Annette Ridenour, Deanna Riley, Bridget Riley, Cari Riley, Timothy Riordan, Doreen Riordan, Michael Rios, Carol Rios, Gus Rippo, Anthony Risk, Reigna Ritz, Stephanie Rives,jet'frey Rizzo, Paul Robbins, Christelle Robens, Anne Marie Roberts, Lydna Rodil, Edward Rodil, Virginia Roe, Daniel Rohmer, Debbie Rolf, Dick Romano. Silvia Romeo, Gina Romeo, Lisa Romo, Anthony Roscoe, Richard Rose, Anthony Ross, George Ross, Mari Roth,'lohn Rotherham,james Rowe, Erin 98. 21 21 120, 21 26, 90, 118, 21 76, 11 36, 145. 21 11 76.90, 1: 2. 95, 126. 21 2, 21 21 z, 95, 111, 126, 2: 145. 2 6, 76, 124, l' 21 se, 2 Z 132, 2 1 2 1 2 2 l l 1 104, 2 l 115, 2 1, 76, 101, f 12, 45, l 58. 77, zz. 77, Q,123,145,150,218,1 40. 36, 148, 92, 107, 77, 123. 14s, 109. 144. 77, 104, 123. 143, 111, 125, 93, 41. 132, 105, 125, 137, 111, 128, 92, 1s, 125, 145, 156, 149. 111. 151, 125, 145, 23, 78. 92, 150, ,we, Michael ,y,john ,y, Monique ,zell, Kollerre bano, Christine ,bidoux,jack ,dolph, Laurie dolph, Michelle msey, Daniel msey, William ta, Anne Mane ra, Anthony zich,K1mbcrly zicka, Charles ason, Tawnya an, Nancy s, Christopher culles, Faith laur, Michelle les, Sonia lmon, Rebeca lzman, Todd nchez, Gilbert nchez, Melisa n Filippo, Giuseppe n1'ord,john n Nicholas, Lorraine nsom, Roben ntos, Ferdinand ntos, Lisa raspe, Alexandra rdina,james ucedo, Humberto alo, Michael ampone, Andrea hanberger, Frank hanberger, Marguerite 'hatz, Stephen 'hatz, Thomas hauer, Richard 'hebIe, Mark 'hilling,james :hmidt, Anne Marie ihmidt, Diana Zhmidt, Kyle rhmirt, Kathleen rhmm, Robert tholle, Kimberly thorr, Marcella throedl, David :hroed1,julie :hultz, Greg :hultz,jeff :hwaller, Chris :hwartz, Lisa Ihwartz, Marcia :hwanz, Sara :iuto, Angela :ott, Paul ebastlan, Elaine ebastian, Eunice :lf,john elis, Camille elis,jeanne urrano, Richard ertles, David exton, Maura afer, Daniel alranske, Dr. Edward annon, Greg harp,john hcan, Erin helburne, Dana herman, Chris herman, Leslie hlelds,jenni hields, Kerri hine, Lisa hinsky, Patrick hults, Mark ibleyulennifer ibley, Melissa ick, Denise ilvelra, Donna imard, Lisa immons, Scott immons, Thomas imon,-james imon, Kimberly lmon, Suzanne imonds, Nicole impao, Leslie ,impa0, Richard rkeen, Daniel ,loan, Marci llominskt, Sandra ,mith,james imith,janelle Smith, Kell Smith, Mary Smith, Theresa Smyth, Daniel Snyder, Ondace inyder, Kendall Solis, Catherine Sorensen, Michelle ioriano, Alex ioulages,jel'frey 95. 125. 4, 92, 118, 116, 118, 119, 79, 115, 79,152, 95. 102,114, 79. 152, 148, 145, 222 205 222 222 215 189 78 222 222 205 148 222 150 195 79 175 222 222 205 215 205 112 79 215 222 205 205 205 225 215 215 79, 90 116, 125, 123, 140, 152, 94. 95, 126, 146, 94, 95, 126, 146, 144, 79, 205 223 225 205 79 205 215 205 144 H1112 15,80 80, 152, 109, 125, 92, lm, 111, 110, 145, 121150, 125, 13,19, 80,101,145, ,156. 150, 156, 12, 26, 15. 80, Z1, 90,118, W, 151, 97,116, 19 Sf so. 81, 9. 156. 124, 159. 135. 141, 109. 41, 104, 128,143,145 26,112,134, 46,92 105 95 141,147,151 227 225 215 215 206 225 2M 225 80 215 215 216 80 216 206 225 150 225 215 ZCB 118 194 216 216 ZM 179 149 118 225 181 225 216 215 B1 206 225 225 225 215 216 225 225 216 81 225 216 216 225 216 81 223 216 216 81 225 216 225 2113 206 178 2M 223 225 225 225 Soulageswlennifer 110, 112, 155, 148, 206 sullwan, Daniel 82 Sousa, Angela 206 Sullivan, Elizabeth 35 Spahn,jul1e 145. 225 Sullivan, Matthew KB, 225 Sperrazzo, christina 149. 206 Sullivan, Patrick 215 Spittell, Steven 123, 223 Sung, Peter 93, 221 Sposato, Eileen 152, 155, 206 sur, Timothy 93,125-225 Spottsjames 94, 144, 216 Surron, Lisa 206 Squeo, Chiara 216 Swall, Michelle 225 stablle, Paul' 92, 216 Swartz, Roxanne 216 Stackpole,Col1r1 81, 110, 144 Swem,janet 35 Stage, Cheryl 81,152, 145 Swem,jill 22" Stagnaro, Anthony 2.16 Steffen, Barbara 81,114, 231 Steffen, Frank 211, 216 Srehly, Neal 94, 206 Sre1bel,Sc0It 211, 216 Stella, Gina 216 Stengenjames 216 Stephenson, Christopher 223 Steveley, Melissa 206 Tabor, Susan 223 Stevens, Tyrone 82, 107 Taillac, Daniel 216 Steves, Thomasj. 191 Taillac,jeanine 223 Stewart, Carl 95, zzs Tamk1n,joanne 206 Stil1nov1ch,Marr 128, 216 Tann1s,Lianne 95 snven, Kris 6, 11, sz, 149, 250 Tannis, Sean 206 Stock, Cheryl 82 Tarantlnonjack 216 Stocklin, Robert 82 Tassl, Fr, David 13- 185 Stokes, Mike 82 Tasto,j1m 93,112, 117- 221 Stone, Billiejanine 29, 104, 216 Tavares,joe 221 Stone, Teresa 82, 139, 144 Taylor, Karen 14133, 141 Storer, Erik 216 Tebbetts, Mike 13, 35, 117 stt1l,ba,Pa, 82,128 Tedrow,john 144, 206 Sturgeon, Sr Gloria 187 Tenhunen, Thomas 136, 216 Stunevant, Katie 225 ' Tennies, Mark 221 Subia, Marc 128, 223 Tennyson, Daniel 225 Suess, Susan 223 Terramagra, Linda 205 ,e 9 V, fe 1:19119-it at ,, F . 1-N" 'S K 222 1 1 26 A-'MAN An - , - , .1 S' 2 . 5 2 riff .a-nr' 7 -..af' c as X "'X. . . 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