West Campus Junior High School - Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)
- Class of 1979
Page 1 of 112
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On behalf of The enTlre sTaTT aT WesT Campus, I would llke To congraTulaTe
all The sTudenTs who have conTrlbuTed To making The year 78-79 a pleasenT and
I was parTlcularIy impressed wlTh The greaT number of sTudenTs who quallfled
for The academlc honor roll This year.
My DGST wlshes To The nlnTh graders, who were The firsT group of sTudenTs To
aTTend Three full years aT WesT Campus. I wlsh Them conTlnued success aT
Berkeley High School.
l am also looklng forward To seelng The sevenTh and elghTh graders nexT
PRI CI PAL
In his 24
he was here
Kenneth W. Roberts, PrinCiPa1
years ln The dlsTrlcT, Prlnclpal
worked ln many areas, from coach and
maTh Teacher To counselor and prlnclpal. Mr.
been aT WesT Campus slnce l969 when
as vlce-Prlnclpal. During The summer
Travels around The counTry ln hls
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VICE PRINCIP L TAYLOR
Allhough he allended school ln Oakland, Vice
Principal Taylor is no sfranger To Berkeley
Schools. He was a Malh Teacher aT Wllllard for 5
years and was a counselor for 7 years al Berkeley
High. He came here To Wesl Campus 3 years ago for
his presenl job as Vlce Prlnclpal. For The pasl
I5 years durlng The summer Mr. Taylor has dlrecT-
ed a Summer Camp called Camp Mendocln0. He hires
young people from The Bay Brea To help ouT. Those
allendlng are warned lo walch oulg he's known To
play a mean game of Tennis.
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Af' Sports ................ . . . pages 70-77
1 , fy Clubs and Activities... ...pages 78-95
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T diis year for a year-
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Bonjour Ms. Krumins,
from your Spanish class
Ph: Elliott MT- Dale
Mr. NUlhO1l3Hd Ms . Mcquaid
Can you imagine Mr. Gronningen
losing his Temper?
Mr' Kaneko Mr. Gronningen
Lx. Jones hw. Slater Ms. Sims Nr. Forofani
Can you imagine Ms. Curtiss on Roller Skates?
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MS- Guftiss Ms. Sponseller M., qhaw
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You are missedlf
Ms.Luke Ms.Evens Ms.AgreTeIis MF-C5Sh
ihe Award for Fithing The Most Words on One Ditto Sheet
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' Mr. Caldwell
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Ms. Guerrero Ms. Smith Ms. Davis Ms. Morris
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MT- A5h1eY Ms.Reed MS- Taylor Mr.Marble
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Peter Blayney Catre Bluford Matthew Brillinger Israel Brooks
Dawn Brown Kathfyn Brown Latina Brown Mark Brown
Tinya Brown Twina BTOWH
Debbie Burgess Amanda Burroughs Chris Cantlon Matthew Caver
Thomas Champion Greg Chatman Claudia Chavez Rosby Ch-HVGZ
Trena Christopher Shannon Clancy Kim Clark Mary Clark
Dina Clemons Ronald Clifton Danita Coleman Niema Coleman
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Arthur Collins Russell Cook Katja Cooper Ernest CourtneY
Carolyn D01 it
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John Crossman Lise Dahms Shirley David
Yolanda Davis John Dews Wayne Dismuke
Brian Earle Monica Edwards Benjamin Ellis Frank Ervin
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Prank Franco Reece Freeman
12 JOSG FUGHTGS Ruben Garcia Joseph Garrett
Christopher Gatison Sonia Gholar Sheila Gilbert Willie Gilbeft
Kyle Gong Patrick Gordis Suzanna Gough Steven Grady
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Derrick Jackson Leslie Jackson Aaron Johnson Davera Johnson
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Regina Kinstle 15
Patricia Kojima Shellie Lawscha
Kevin Lee Abe Leider
BFenden Leonard Marcus Legfer
Barbara Le Blanc Casey Lee
Ann Leon Michelle Leon
Ian Link Joseph Linhares
Sheila Littlefield Marianne Loar
Cheri Lopes Martha Lopez
Llarence Lowery Adrien Marble
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Sherry Mc Culloch
Kevin Manning Sakonnary Meas Celia Meyers Angelo Miller
Andr ea Minton Eric Monroe
Robert Mora Robert Morgan
Dana Mozer Maria Munoz Darius Nassiry
Thanh Nguy en
Mayumi Nishimoto Alisa Niwok Nlna Orlesert Erica O'Quinn
Richard Passadore 506 paiyot
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Martin Perez Roberto Perez James Perry Wendy Pettit
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Billy Stanberry Millicent Steel
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Donnell Thompson Donnie Thornrcn
Efaina Swift Robert Swift
Paul Taylor Jennifer Taylor
Velisa Thomas David ThOmP50H
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Dora Luz Valentin Maria Valentin Brenda Wadsworth
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Christina Weber Megan Weber Patricia Webster
DOr0+hy Whiie Leslie While Luraclous Wilkerson Camille Wilkins
Aubry Williams lnezy Williams Nancy Williams Pamela Williams
Terry Williams John Winchesler Mark Wolfe Roberl Wong
Roland While Diane Yovino-Young
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Bruce Appleyard Sarah Ballachey
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Alma Batchie Charles Beasley
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Tam y Burgess Cheryl Builer
Jennifer Carlbon Stephanie Carr
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Alma Cato Daniel Cavana Karen Chambers
Christopher Chase Maria Christian Barr Chugg
Kenneth Cfaik nric Crapo Lisa Davenport
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Krishna Douglass Nancy Driehaus
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Valeurie Friedman David Gaines Toby Gaines Su mer Gerlach
Babak Ghaffaradly Amy Gillmar
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Dawn Green Lynnette Groom Carol Grunwald Dawn Hall
Laura Hanf Belinda Haskins Justin Harrison Robert Harrison
Trudy Harrison Errol Haynes Ka+her5ne Hein Lauri Hendler
Ian Hendry Phillip Hennen Wlnifred Hodge Shawn HOlliHS
Paul Hlllon Riis Hotson
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Fonda Houston Charlotte Hudson Sarah Hughes Todd Hunter
Elicia Hutson Deloria Jackson Pamela Jackson Teresa Johnson
Thmnas JOHHSOH Andy Johnson Caroline Jones Hortencia Jones
James Joneg Matthew Jones
Traci Jones Ursula Joneg
Carla Jourdan Becky Keaton Lisa Kelley Nina Kelly
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James Marble Michael Marshall
Daphine Mc Tlaniel Mafia Mc Elvalle
Josh Meidov Luz lhldar
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Sandfa MiXi0U Mitchell Molotnik Molly Moore
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Katherina Reynolds Cheve' le Richardson Heather Roberts Tod Robinson
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Jenny Sanders Steve Sands Cathy Schulz Ken Shinomiya Patylgla Symng
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Vernon Wallace Michael Walker Eleanor Walker Dan Weinberg
Rollie White Tonette White Ruth Whitehead Mark WilkiI1S
Dessa Williams Rodney William Anne Williamson
Edna Wilson Zachary Wilson Larry Wirsig Kelley Withy
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Jane Davis Sarah Davis Trevor Davis Tim Delaney
Llsa Dolii John Dolorfino Linda Dolson Micheal Dorsey
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David ESPBVZG Jackle Evans
Mayle Fernandez Joseph Ferrell
Jaime Fuenles VlcenTe Fuenles
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Artnur Green Angela Guerrero Al Gilson UeUiSe GUi1l0TY
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Angus Hand U 1 f 2 Helen Harrls
Tammy Harris Jacqueline Harrison Thnk Hayes
Frank HBYSS Hea+heV Hearn Naomi Heileman Jackie Hein
STaven Hicks William HoITzapple Delores Hcod
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Marla Kirkwoou Andy Klinman
Avery Lee Lynn Lee
Mark Khouri Anton King
Anne Kornnauser Kelley Lambert
Keir Leninham Patrick Lenz
Rodney Lewis Rose Lewis Tony Lewis Janet Leonard
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Angela Miller Harold Mmznes I Judy Mitchell
Micheal Mc Elvane
Marlon Moore Ari Natkin
Tad Palmer Ester Pasillas
Kimberly Perry Jeff Pilisuk
John Newsome NQUYGT NSI'-'Yen
Micheal Otis Timur Otus
Beatriz Perez Michael Permillion
Carla Pinell Darryl Pines Rodney' Plflknel' Leonard P easan
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David Sherman Diana Shermoen
Po-Lin Shyu Heidi Siegel
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Kim Smith Sanora Smith Todd Smith Antoinette Stanberry
Aaron Stearns Tony Steele
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Tracy Stuart Vuthy Suon Karen Sweet
Kent Takata Ricky Taylor Benesha Terrell
Kimberly Thomas Jim Thornburg Vincent Thornton
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Vincent Walker UHHiCl W3TQ
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Dondee Williams Lisa Williams Sandra Willingham Aria Wilson
Carolyn Wilson Jennifer Wong gYolanda Woods Aron Yarmo
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ing last picture in the yearbook
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Left to Right: Kevin Anderson, Hardy Gilbert,
S!! John Clark, Julius Cooper, Carlton Hail,
Kirt Johnson, Kevin Thomas, Doug Barkus,
Todd Smith, Alfred Williams. Coaches Norman
Thompson, Percy Crawford, and Chico Mendoza.
An interview with Coach Mendoza revealed
a disappointment with the l978 football sean
son. Two main reasons were given for the
low record 2 and 7. The first reason giveninas
that the department didn't know that a team
would be possible because of prop. 133 con-
sequently the team was started late and didnlt
have enough time to work out and practice the
plays. Coach Mendoza said that the second
reason was that after the grading period
some of the boys got cut from the team be-
cause of low grades on their report cards.
The season started well, they won the first
and second games. Then the season went down
hill. The team was unable to keep the momen-
tum. Coach Mendoza looks forward to a better
season next year. Coach Mendoza has been
working with the football team for years
and also with the baseball team.
Coach Chico Mendoza
Left to Right: Dan Rust, Michael Walker,
Edwin Mc Kinney, Rodney Williams, Ronald
Kelly, Andy Johnston, and Hilery Williams.
Avery Lee-Sports Lditor
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73 St. Elizabeth 76
77 Douglass 3l
64 Encianl 37
31 Warriors 62
62 St. Elizabeth 60
68 Encial Sl
35 B.H.S. 36
71 B.H.S. 52
44 Vallejo 35
6Q Marin Catholic 30
74 Salano 46
71 Vallejo 77
60 Douglass 54
56 Salano 37
WOODLAND TOURNAMENT Kwon-2-lost-lj
33 Warriors 39
Q9 Mitchell's Marauders 87
-55 Douglass 45
Left To Right: Rodney Pinkney, Tony Steele,
Jerrod Hubbard, Kelvin Adams, Michael Permillion,
Michael Walker, Troy Whittle, Darryl Pines.
The West Campus 9th grade basketball
tewn coached by Mr, Mitchell, P.E. teacher
and a most succesful Qart-time coach,
coasted to a l0-4 season and then demone
stratinq superlative skill were 2-l in
the past-season tournament played in
The team,cmuprised of only top-notch
players,had a couple of stand-outs
amongst its ranks: Rodney Pinkney and
James Whittle were named co-most valuable
players of the Woodland tournament.
Left to right: Ridney Pinkney, Guard, All
Tournament Of Woodland, Jerrcd Hubbard,
Forward, Consistent playerg Troy Whittle,
Forward, All Tournament Of Woodland,
Cwolfmanj-Next Darryl Pines, Gaurd Known
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X Ruth Whitehead, Alma Batchie. Second Row:
X Mary Ann Simmons, Emily Mendoza. Sitting
Down: Statistician, Natalie Glover.
L The Glrls' Basketball Squad, also coached by
Q 4 Mr. Mltchell, was spectular,to say the least, ln
, xggifwmi seven games as they posted a 6-I record, laying
L' three teams, two times each. The West Campus girls
played the competltlon tough, and four out of seven
tlmes beat their opponents by more than ten polnts.
ln post-season pIay,also held at WoodIand,the
glrls,Ilke the the boys, finished with a 2-I record
Pla Street, the team's leading scorer, was named
the M.V.P. of the Woodland tournament.
SCORE: WON-6 LOST-I
WtST CAMPUS OPPONENT
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'N 4l val lejo 20
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3O Salano 9
A special thanks to Norman Thompson for
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The West Campus water polo team, coached by
Jack CSparkyj Shaw, met every day in the
spring semester during lunch. The team, consis-
ting of 21 7th, 8th and 9th graders was sponsored
by Ms. Agretelis. The team played games against
King, Berkeley High Junior Varsity, and B.H.S.
Girls teams. The members of the water polo team
are Matt Borsch, Marcus Brown, Tony Burgess,
Daniel Cavana, Kenneth Craik, Mike Edenborough,
Mayte Fernandes, Jackie Hein, Cameron Hosie,
Keir Lenihan, David Miley, Adam Mote, Tad
Palmer, Tod Robinson, Josh Seney, Eric Steiner,
Ethan Strauss, Rollie White, Louis Nuyens,
Amy Ricca, and Kim Smith
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Roselinn Lee,Tad Palmer,Ixenneth Cra1k,Den1se Yee.
Sitting left to right:
Maria Boas, Andrea Minton, Anne Buckland r 1 1
Dana Mozer, Charlotte Loar, Kelly Withy, Laura Brownsorg Chris '
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Mevan Neuman, Krishna Douvlas.
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To have good awhlendance and good school clllzen- Y
ship, no referrals for flghling, no mlsconducl, -
38's on Their reporl cards. 71h gr. Cheerleaders
Denlla Coleman - Head
Julia Thomas - Co-Head
8Th gr. Leller Glrls
Dawn Green - Head
Ellcia Hulson - Co-Head
9Th gr. Pom Poms
Lisa Ragland - Head
Sponser - Mrs. Manning
Head of cheering squad -
Even though few people knew it, West Campus
did have a Gymnastics team this year. It con-
sisted of Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth graders.
The team was coached by Ms. Agretelis.
Back:Left to right,Debbie Quinn,
Front:Left to right, Ramona Smith,
Back:Left to right,RoseIinn Lee,
Pat Glover, Anne Buckland
Frontzteft to right, Kirsten Boyton,
Jackie Harrison, Charlotte Loar,
Absent: Sarah Davis, Susan Driehaus,
Naomi Hellman, Thu-Nguyen, Thu-Thi Vo. Standing:Jennle Gurrola
' Sltting:Maria Boas
FAVORITE ALBUMS: Too Hot-Peaches and Herb, Destiny-Jacksons, Com odores Live,
Gratitude-Earth, Wind, and Fire, Bustin out of L-Seven-Rick James, Some Girls-
RoHing Stones, Wanted-Richard Pryor, Rocky Horror Picture Show Soundtrack, Motive
Bootie Affair-Parliment, Here, My Dear-Marvin Gaye, A Wild and Crazy Guy,Steve
hartin,Who Are You-The Who.
FAVORTIE SONGS:HReunitedUPeaches and Herb, HEasyH-Commodores, HLight up Friday
Nightn-Bell and James, HBaker Streetn-Jerry Rafferty, HI Want to Be Closen -
Switch, HBig Shotn -Billy Joel, HJust the Way You Aren-Barry White,HI Want Your
Loveu-Chic, HMiss Youn-Stones HAll the Way Liven-Lakeside, HKnock on Woodn-Amy
Stewart, HShake Your Body Down to the GroundH+Jacksons,HRoxanneH-The Police,
WTragedyH-Bee Gees, HOpen Invitationn-Santana, HWe Are Familyn-Sister Sledge,
HSupermanH-Herbie Mann,HFireH-Pointer Sisters.
FAVORTIE GROUPS: Earth,Wind, and Fire, The Bee Gees, The Com odores, The Beatles,
The Jacksons, Led Zeplin, Parliment, Peaches and Herb, Santana, Rolling Stones,
The Who, Lakeside, Rick Janes.
FAVORITE CLOTHES STYLES: Straight Legs, GQ, Sticky Fingers, Dickeys, Candies, Winos,
Mikes, Down Jackets, Sweat Suits, Split Skirts, and Chines Flat Shoes.
FAVORITE HAIRSTYLES: Feathered, Perm, Wet Look, Long, and Jerri-curl.
FAVOTITE TV ACTORS: Robin Williams, John B lushi,Gary Coleman, Redd Foxx, Fred
Berry, Lawrence Hilton-Jackson,David Hubbard, and Alan Alda.
FAVORITE TV ACTRESSES: Daniel Spencer, Cherl Ladd, Denise Nicholas, Jacklyn
mith, Stockard Channing, Linda Carter.
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BIG MONEY MAKING FILMS OF 1978 ALL-TIME MONEY MAKING FILMS
TITLE AMOUNT TITLE AMOUNT
Grease ............... . . . 83,091,000 Star Wars ..... 164,765,000
Saturday Night Fever ........ 71,463,000 Jaws ............ 121,254,000
Close Encounters ...... 54,000,000 The Godfather .... 86,091,000
Animal House ........ .... 5 2,368,000 The Exorcist ..... 82,200,000
Jaws 2 .............. . .. 49,299,000 sound of Music .... 79,000,000
Heaven Can Wait ....... . . . 42,517,000 The Sting ......... 78,889,000
Star Wars freissuej . . . . . . 38,375,000 Close Encounters ..... 77,000,000
Hooper ..................... 31,500,000 Cone With The Wind ............... 76,700,000
Foul Play .................. 25,065,000 Saturday Night Fever.. . ....... 71.463,000
Revenge of the Pink Panther.25,000,000 One Flew Over the Cukoo Nest. . .59,000,000
Up In 5moke ...... . ......... 21,271,000 Smokeyand the Bandit ....... ..... 5 7,259,000
The End ..... ' ............... 20,000,000 American Graffiti ............... 55,886,000
Cneap Detective .... .... 1 9,500,000 Rocky. .....'.... . . 54,000,000
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High A11Xi9tY ------ ---- 1 7,040,000 Love story ........ .... 5 0,000,000
Pete's Dragon ..... .... 1 6,100,000 'Powering Infefno ,,,, ,,,, 5 0,000,000
House Calls ..... .... 1 4,400,000 Lvfglws 2 ..,.,,,.,,,, ,,,, 4 9,078,000
Coma ............ .... 1 4,400,000 me Graduate ...... ..,, 4 9,299,000
Damien CEIIGI1 Z -... .... I -2,050, DOC-LOT . . . ,,,,, 46,
Capricorn One .... .... 1 1, 500,000
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around today is HThe Rocky Horror
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Straight-legged jeans have been a tad in the 50's
and 60's, but they're a tad today again! The
nschool-boyn look also hit the tad list with new
wire-rimmed glasses, ties, and Hcock-roach kil-
Iersu a fancy shoe ot the 50's that also made a
comeback. It used to be that kids would walk into
class with holey tennis shoes, and socks, but
shoes are the big thing in fasmon now: Nikes,
Bucks, Clogs, Candies, Crocosacks, and Oggs,CJel-
liesl. And ladies pull out those lace socks and
stockings with seams. Clothes that represent the
traditional clothing ot the working class are pop-
ular today also. They are green army pants, paint-
er pants, three-piqce suits, leisures with ties,
and cowboy hats. Not only are these clothes suited
tor men, but also women. By looking at past years
and noticing their trends we can use the same
ideas to enhance today's look in clothing styles.
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The Jazz Band is made up of members of the
symphonic band who are interested in jazz.
'llley meet twice a week, eighth period. Mr.
gardymon directs as well as writes, most of the
music that the jazz band plays. They improved
a great deal this year and put on a couple of
concerts which were very well received.
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The Symphonic Band this year was under
the direction of BH. Rose. It consisted
of about 35 people who played a variety
of instrments ranging from clarinets to
a bassoon. They improved a great deal since
the beginning of the year. The band per-
formed several concerts this year.
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four concerts. The concerts were pertomed
at the school auditorium.
Ilev Meade,Becky Weiner,Zach Wilson George
Qianna Poonahary Hebepgegn,Locke,5chuJTg
This year has been a successful one for the
drama department under the direction of George
Felker III. It began with the continuationof
lunchbox theatre and went on twith the musical
Seventeen and then went to Hayward for the
big event of the year-the state drama Gompeti
Lunchbox theatre ig a half hour show composed
of scenes and skits performed by both beginning
and advanced drama students, ghowiat lunchtime
with the admission price of five cents. The
npney collected goes tm having trophies for
tne drama contest.
Many groupsfshown herejtried out for the
state Competition at Hayward in full costu e.
nach group is doing a one-act play lasting no
longer that 45 minutes.
The groups shown here from left to right, top
to bottom are: USupressed Desire,H HCalm Down
Nbther,H HThe Questioning of Nick,H HChamber
NUsic,H and HTwelfth NightHCAbridged to one-actj
Marx Tidd,Dylan Gilbert
,Kelley Meade,LaDawn Duval
Upper Row:Rachel O'Malley,Laura Brownson,
Driehaus,Naomi Heilman,Timur ot-us,Amie C-U01 G1'w1wald,L0uiS Nuve11S,Barbra Leblanc,
Laroi S3CHS,M3Tl3 Boas LOWER ROW:Aria Wil- 33
son,Dorothy Breen,Riis Hotson
The A.A.S.U. firsT formed lasT year, so many of
lasT years members sTayed ln The club. The firsT
job of The year was To elecT officers ThaT would
be ln office for a semesTer, unless They were re-
elecTed. Among The acTiviTies planned for The yea
were a record raffle, poT luck, and a successful
pre-chrlsTmas dance given for The club members
and Their lnvlTed guesTs.
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Presldenf - Kevin Thomas
Vice-PresidenT - Kim Thomas
Treasurer - Mavls McClennon
SecreTary - Toni Browne
Asian Student bhion
Co-Chairmen- Kevin Song,Davi, Quone
This years Asian Student Union, because it
started late, did not have very many activities
Une activity they did have was a picnic.
This year as always the chess
4 Q I 1 club was sponsored by Mr. Hughes.
The winners who tied for first
were Robert Ward and Caedmon
near. They met everyday at lunch
in room lO3. when I talked to
hE.Hughes he said that next
year they would do it again.
So chess fans should keep in
practice for next year.
Mr. HUQHS' real
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' Doris Taper, former teacher at West Campus,
is now program supervisor for the District's
'Tutorial Services Program. Her main duty is to
provide tutorial services for first and second
quartilefbelow grade levelj students to enable
them to master the basic skills of English and
math. Ms. Taper also supervises U.C. and Ceta
tutors assigned in the classroom. Within the
Tutorial Services Program are the other two
programs described on this page. U 0
H cation Program at West Campus is headed
by Yvonne Hall. The program includes l85
students and 6 adults. The goal of
Compensary Education is to help
students improve their reading and
language skills so they can do bet-
ter work in the conte t areas.
Ms. Hall has worked in all grade
levels during her lZ years in the
district. She has one daughter and is
interested in reading, dancing, and
music. She admits to being "a gormet
cook and gormet eater." If she hadn't
Q H become a teacher, her next choice would
NS- YVOHT19 F1311 i13.V'S been to be an archeologist.
The Federally funded Compensary Edu-
Diana Penney is coordinator of t e anguage
Arts Motivation Program at West Campus. She
hires consultants, est artists, and tutors, L A '
arranges schedules,g3nd tutors in four classes. r s
The federally funded program is made up of
four parts. The first is the Tutorial Writing Q '
Program. Tutors, English majors from Cal, get
three units credit for helping students with p
their writing skills. This year the tutors P
Helped in both regular and skills English
classes. The second is the Heritage videotape
being produced by George Pelker.
Also in the program are artists Ca poet, and
an actorl and career lecturers.
Mrs. Penney, who has been involved in writing
programs at West Campus for three years, feels
that the program does help students. Evaluations
of West Campus writing samples done at U.C.
support this feeling.
Mrs. Penney moved to Berkeley in 1968. - ' s
before working at West Campus, she taught Englisl I
in Daly City for six years. The mother of a Y - 'T
five year old boy, Mrs. Penney spends her spare , I
time talking, reading, quilting, and sometimes ,p,,,p:. AA ccy. I ,.
camping or backpacking. ,g P s
Mrs. Penney feels that coordinating has '
taught her a lot also, and she would like to V" ,fe
came back next ear. . .
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On Friday November 3, 1978 formef
President TeddyCBob BoydlROOSGVSlT
visited West Campus. Two assemblies
were held while Mr. Roosevelt told
The students ihe lmportance of good
health. Relating some Of hiS OWN
chlldhood experiences, Mr. ROOSGVSIT
urged The students To have good diets,
be atheletic, and enjoy life-
Tnis year, as well as last, the city
of Berkeley put together a fake disaster,
uhni Disaster, that would test the police,
firemen, hospitals, etc. This year the
nest Campus drama students were chosen
to act as the injured and dead victims
of a bus accident. Z5 students from advan-
ced drama were picked to play the parts
of the injured students on awrecked school
bus with every injury imaginable.
The morning of the evenilthe students
had gory make-up applied and were separ-
ately told now to act for whichever injury
they were supposed to have. A school bus
picked up the bloody West Campus students.
The bus pulled over on Centcnial Road, and
a mutilated car, umtaining two bloody adults,
was placed on the side of the hill beside
the bus. This was the setting for the ac-
cident. The police. firemen. and ambulance
mere called to the scene. They had been warnwl
prior to the event that it would happen,
but they weren't told when or where.
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AS TUG tiremen, paramedics, and police
arrived, they handled the situation as
if it wee?an actual accident. They used
the regualr procedures. The badly injured
students were taken in the ambulance to
the hospital, and regular procedure was
used there. Ther was even a temporary
morgweset up at the scene of the accident.
At the end of a very successful Mini Disaster
the students were taken back to school to
change and remove their make-up and then
were let out for the day.
Hafs of all dIfferenT
descripfions were seen
around Wes'r Campus
when we held our fl-rs?
Ha'f day on Nov. 2 I978.
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STUD T COUNCIL 78-79
Under the direction of
Mr. Cuffee, the Student
Council planned various
activities for the students
They started the year with
a student rally, at which
they had a raffle for sev-
-eral records. After the
election, the student coun-
Q01 sold student body cavd
and appointed a 'Crazy
Hat Day? Before the winter
recess the council had a
raffle for a Christmas Tree.
On Valentines Day they had
a talent show and dispensed
carnations. They finished
the year with a trip to
Great America. The Presi-
-dent was Jaude Harrison
with the Vice President
Matt Borsch. The Ninth
Antionette Standberry and
Craig Walker. The Eighth
Grade Representatives were
Sarah Hughes and Kelley
Wlthy. The Seventh Grade
Representatives were Ramona
Smith and Charles Patterson
lHlS fears Valent1ne's nay actlvites included
the annual talent show and the school tradition
of b6Hd1Hg a C3TH3tlOU to a frlend or loved one.
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