West Campus Junior High School - Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)
- Class of 1981
Page 1 of 112
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Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1981 volume:
REFERENCE COLLECTION MM FOR USE IN THE LIBRARY ONLY BERKELEY PUBLIC LIBRARY BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA BERKELEY PUBLIC LIBRARY 2 TO THE VEST CAMFUS STUDENTS Congratulations to all of you for the fine manner in which you have been able to make the adjustment to the all ninth grade school. As you know, this is our second time around in having all the ninth grade students together. It is not an easy task, so I personally want to thank each and every one of you for your cooperation, pa- tience, and trust, in us, as a staff, in making this campus good for young people. I have always believed that young people can handle any situation. We as adults must continue to reaffirm our trust in you as a group to be able to succeed. There is a tendency for many adults to forget that being a teenager is a very important, yet short span of time in your lives. Many of the experiences you have are unique for you, but not for us as adults . However , this does not lessen the importance of these experiences for each of you. It is our hope and wish that this first year of high school has been a positive experience and will provide the cornerstone for you to build your individual careers . All of us, as adults sincerely wish you the very best in the coming years of your educational experience. In our own way, we shall be watching your progress and certainly want to make ourselves available for any assistance we can provide after you move on. Please know that your f friendship is very important to us and we want to keep it and nurture it. 4 5 6 SEE, I CAN SMILE, REALLY " MR. CRAWFORD MS POSTON MS GARDNER MR. DALE DA BIG CHIEF THERE ' S NO WAY THEY ' LL ESCAPE US NOW MR. POSEY Mr. Thompson We would like to give special thanks to Mr. Kratz because, although he rarely listens and is extremely unorganized, we couldn ' t have done this book without him. WE LOVE YOU KRATZ! MR. KRATZ MR. BRUSH MR. MITCHELL MR. CARLUND % — - MS SPONSELLER MR. DORSEY MR. BEST Ms Atkins 4 MR. HUBBARD MR. GRONNENGEN SEXY LEGS; OOOW LA IA T I J 8 MR. WELLS MS WILKES MR. LOVELL MR HENDSCH MR. VMITITNGTON MR. MLILHOLLAND WELL. . .MAYBE I DON ' T NEED THIS CAKE MR. KENEKO MS GA.YLOR MR. HARDYMON MS RCHLAND MR. MILLENGER MS CLAUDINE MR. BARKER MS LUKE MR. WILLIAMS 10 T. APPEL WEST CAMPUS WANTS YOU 12 IF MY FRIENDS COULD SEE ME NOW Y. BATES N. BALM MY DENTURES ARE FALLING R. BAYBA V. BELL J. BARTTNE J M, BEMESDERFER S. BENFORD A. BENNETT N. BENNETT D. BERLIN 13 P. BROOKS 14 J. BROWN K. BRCWN T. BROWN T. BRDNER K. BUCHER M. BUDINGER N. BULL LOOK MA, NO CAVITIES! V. BUDINGER J. BUNDY M. BURNS C. CAGAMPANG L. BULKLEY P. BURLESON K. BUTLER Y. CALDWELL WE ' D SHOW THEIR FACES, BUT THEY ' RE ALL UGLY! C. CANTLON R. CARROLL J. CAVANADGH S. CAREY S. CARTER C. CHAN ■ ■ K. CARPENTER M. CAEUSO C. CHANDLER D. CARRAWAY THAT WAS SOME GOOD WEED E. CONNOLLY C. CONTENT R. COOK S. COYLE G. CRAWORD 18 A. CUSTER 0 L. DAHMS A. DANIELS R. DANZIGER L. DARRCW S. DAVID A. DAVIS L. DAVIS L. DAVIS P. DAVIS 19 R. DAVIS s. DAVIS T. DAVIS R. DAVIS F. DELACKNER 20 K. ERWIN R. DONOVAN S. DOTY G. DOUGLAS C. DRIEHAUS R. ESCLOVON M. ESHIMA. S . ESPOSITO D. ETHERIDGE E. EVANS 22 V 1 D. FORD C. FORSEY S. FORTE M. FRANCO R. FREIFELDER SHO YOU RIGCT D. FRAZIER E. FRIEDMAN M. FURIJICHI D. GADDIS J. FRANCIS R. FREEMAN L. FRIESEN M. FUSCO L. GAINES 23 S. GILBERT A. GUMORE H. GLEASON m. GLOVER M. GLOVER R. GLOVER C. GODFREY S. GOLDMAN A. GOLDSTTEN J. GOLDSTEIN R. GOINS T. GRAGGS D. GRANT H. GRAY S. GREENWOOD 25 E. GRAYSON B. GREIF R. GRIFFIN N. GRIMES D. GROSS 26 Y. HARDIN Q. HARDY P. HARRINGTON A. HARRIS J. HARRIS 27 D. HO C. HODGES J. HOLBROOK D. HOLDEN C. HOLLIDAY R. HOOGERHYDE M. HOOVEN K. HOPKINS P. HOPKINS B. HORQ TZ watch an McDonalds: WATCH OUT BO E. EJV D S. HOWELL K. HUEY Y. HQGHES C. HURD E. HUTCHESON L. IMANIL G. IRLANDO J, ISHIMARD A. JACKSON B. JACKSON I. JACKSON L. JACKSON M. JACKSON M. JACOBS WE KNOW WE ' RE BEAUTIFUL THE DEVIL MADE US DO IT M. JARDIN J. JENSEN A. JOHSISON A. JOHNSON C. JOHNSON D. JOHNSON P. JOHNSON D. JOHNSON M. JOHNSON L. JOHNSON M. JOHNSON N. JOHNSON P. JOHNSON S. JOHNSON C. JOHNSON J. JONES S. JONFR T. JURD J. FAIL J. KAJI 30 a. king K. KING J. KING K. KLOPP S. IAWSHA. B. LeBLANC 32 T. LESTER J. LEVINE M. LI H. LILLER I. LINK S. LITILEFIELD D. LIVINGSON M. LQAR V. LONGREE M. LOPEZ 33 1 34 D. McKINZY . G. McVAY S. MEAS D. MEDCALF D. MEISEL 35 r M. MENOCAL M. MEREDITY L. MERRIN L. MEVETT C. MEYERS PAPER, SCISSORS, ROCK! 5h E. MONROE C. MORE R. MORGAN K. MOORE T. MOORE 36 J. MORRIS K. MORRIS S. MOBRIS R. H)SES STATUTORY RAPE J. MOURATOFF P. MULHERN M. MUNOZ C. M1JNSON S. MURPHY S. MURPHY H. MUWWAKKIL m M. MURANISHI 37 D. NASSIRY M. NEUMAN I. NICHOLSON H. NISHIKAI B. NONET C. NELSON J. NEWTON I H. NICKLES L. NELSON T. NELSON MTDMORNING BLUES 7 p T. NEDLANDS K. NG G. NXKAUX) 38 39 A. PITTS j pQIRar H PQSKANZER R - POWELL P. POWERS D. RAMIREZ T. RAMSEY T. RANDEL M. REED _0 0. PROVOST T. FUSINA N. REESE R. REGALADO I. RICCA A. RICHARDS L. RICPEY A. RICHMOND 43 D. RIDEADX S . RIENZI D. RIGGLE p. RINZLER s. ROBINSON 44 Y. RUSSELL D. RUSTON J. SAENZ H. SALAMQN S. SAMPSON 45 R. SCUDDER C. SHANKS C. SHAW N. SHEA S. SIGNER J. SELFAISON C. SHANS C. SHAW L. SHERMAN M. SINGH S. SELTER W. SENEGAL TFA FOR TWO M. SENTURIA D. SHARNQFF F. SHAW DALLAS, HERE WE CCME! 46 B. SILVER R. SILVEY J. SIMMDNS A. SIMPSON J. SKLUT B. SPRINGSTEEN J. STAMPER M. STEELE D. STEINHART C. STELLA 48 M. STROUD K. SUSSMAN L. TABB S. TANIGUCHI J f w 1 S. SULLIVAN E. SWIFT L. TABSHARANI T. TARVER E. TAYLOR P. TAYLOR A. TEITZ J. TEMPLE J. THQ4AS 49 L. TRAN H. TU N. UNDERWOOD w. USHER P. VAN KEMPEN 50 P. WANG G. WALLY L. WALLACE B. WALLACE S. WAKDA M. WAUGH S. VMKINS C. WASHINGTON B. WARRICK M. WARREN 51 F. WILLIAMS N. WILLIAMS 0. WILLIAMS P. WILLIAMS t. WILLIAMS TEDDY PENDERGRASS, EAT YOUR HEART COT! V. WILLIAMS L. WILSON S. WILSON Z. WILSON L. WINNIE D. WINSTON S. WODLEY S. VDOTITCZ R. WOLFER R. WONG 53 59 1) CAROL SHANKS 2) ALISA NOW3X 3) ANDREA RICHARDS 4) ALISON BORROl«N 5) JEANNIE TOY 6) MICHAEL BOTTCM 7) ANDREA MINTON 8) RACHEL PCWELL 9) JULIA ISHIMARU 10) CASSANDRA LEE H) MAYUMI NISHIMOTO 12) JAMIE KAJI 13) ANN WILCOX 14) DAVID CONCEPCION X5) CANDI CHAN 16) MELISSA SIROUD 17) BOBBIE WARRICK 18) PAM HARRINGTON 19) DIANA YOVINO-YaJNG 20) LORIE HART 21) GRAY DOUGLAS 22) NIKE SCHWAB 23) SYBIL ROBINSON 24) KRYSTAL CARPENTER 2 5) BURT JONES 2 6) RHONDA HALL 2 7) YVE1TE DAVIS 2 8) SASHA ESPOSITO SOUA FITZ 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 MARGARET VALERIE BUDINGER MARIANNE LOAR CA MTT ,i E WILKINS CARMEN WASHINGTON GIANINA IRLANDO IEFF AYRAL RUTH CRCWE SHANA GALLAGHER CHRISTY DRIEHAUS KELLY KLOPP ANDRE JACKSON TAMARA MACK ROBIN DONOVAN LAURA BRAIT JACELYN CREMER CHARLIE KRATZ CECI HURD HEIDA SLOBIN DEIDRE TCM SHARON BENFORD JULIE KAIL HELEN CHU THERESA ' BAKER SUSAN THCMAS KAIHERINE SUSSMAN MEGAN NEUMANN CLAUDIA CHAVIZ LISA BODWALK INDEX OF BABIES FOOTBALL The 1980 West Campus football team stormed to a 8-0 season. Led by coaches Mendoza and Crawford, a tough and enthusiastic team domin- ated through two scrimmages and six games without a loss. The offense featured two very talented running backs, Chris Toney and William Usher. They were backed up by Jan Bundy and Greg Chatman who also did great jobs. Clarence Lowery came in the middle of the season and had a couple good performances. The re- ceivers were led by Andre Keyes and Thomas Jurd. Nathan Johnson and Eli Connolly also were consistent. The offen- sive line made life hard on opposing def f ensive lines . Center Ben Horowitz was named the most inspirational player and guards Claude Shaw and Pat Thomas opened large holes for the running backs while tack- les David Stem and Kevin ' Marshall were immovable . The defense led by the team MVP Greg Chatman and William Usher only gave up 41 points . The linebackers , William Usher, Greg Chatman and Chris Jefferson overwhelmed the opposition. While the line of Dan Phaner, John Levine, Pat Thomas, Jan Bundy and Kevin Marshall were as solid as a rock. The second- ary put on creditable performances . Thanks should go to Mr. Mendoza and Mr. Crawford for doing a great coaching job. Also the fans the cheerleaders and pom-pom girls did a great job cheering the team on. CHRIS TONEY FOLLCWS HIS BLOCKING MOST VALUABLE PLAYER GREG CHAIMAN AND COACH CHICO MENDOZA THE PCM-POM GIRLS TAKE OVER AT HALF TIME THE JACKET DEFENSE BURIES EL CERRITO FOOTBALL L to R Front: Rachel Freif elder, Ronda Davis, Liz Bulkley, Renita Escolovon , Sandra WalMns, Sophia Carter, Crystal Carpenter, Julie Cohen, Beatrice Nonet, Nicole Snob, Lisa Piniella, Alex Stern. Second Row (standing) : Colin Thompson, James Tennison, Barnaby Sliver. 72 L TO R Front Row: Yuette Russell, Jessica Jones, Mrs. Woolbright, Rosi Regalado, Kara Hancock. Second Row: Andrea Coleman, Kim Moore, Constance Moore, Nadira Clark. Third Row: Tracy Bruner, Rachel Ybarra, Selina Lewis, Jamie Rucker, Karen Collins, Cybil Robinson. THird Row: Eraina Swift, Helen Niskikai, L to R Andrea Minton, Gia Irlando, Tonya Moore, Christy Colen. Megan Neuman, Lisa Dommer, Shauna Apple . 73 meet to demolish Mr. Kratz ' s desk before moving on to trash Santo Domingo. L to R Front Row: Michele Furichi, Drew Hayashida, Tab in Chung. Second Row: Tracy Kwon, Tracy Fernandez, Robert Wong, Stephen Rienzi. Third Row: Jeannie Toy, Miles McAfee, Candi Chan, Marty Muranishi , Caroline Nakahara Fourth Row: Teri Lester, Helen Chu, and Mr. Kaneko. 76 Chess Club meets daily in Mr. Hughes room, their entrance is through the window. L to R Front Row: Dirk Holden, Ed Cohen, , Andrew Ferguson. Second Row: Joel Waxdeck, Frank Williams, Julian Woods, James Lawler, Tracy Kwon, Brian Smith, Stephen Hightower. Third Row: Ethan Hutcheson, Garret O ' Keefe, Kevin Yost, Cory Johnson, Carter Zinn, Ann Wilcox, Michele Furichi, David Maurer , O ' Neil Provost , Caroline Nakaharai, Eric Wexelman, Marty Muranishi , John Sklut. 75 AFRO -AMERICAN STUDENT UNION THE WEST CAMPUS JUNIOR STATE CHAPTER (ABOVE) PRETENDS TO LISTEN AS MAIN CAMPUS JSA PREXY DAVID SHELLHASE RUNS FOR STATE OFFICE COMPUTER CLUB (ADVISOR MR. HENDSCH AT LEFT) 77 80 REVENGE, SWEET REVENGE FRCM LEFT TO RIGHT: Brie Ducey, Jessica Jones, Sean Hallinan, Yvette Russell , Mia Kunis , Brian Maher , Kate Morris , Gray Doug las, Gia Irlando, Sarrah Dolven, Megan Neuman, Rachael Carroll Dayna Winston, Nicki Schwab, Billy Grief, Karra Hancock, Jen- nifer Sinmons, Alex Kon, Colin Thompson, Freida DeLacker, Ad- ieu Goldstein, Michael Wadman, John Hanson. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Eric Taylor, Will Gilbert, Helen Chu, Julie Kail, Candi Chan, David Lasky, John Martin, Samantha Greenwood, Simone Wajtowitz, Vincent Carpenter, Karen, Sharon Benford, Je- anie Toy, Peter, Megan Neuman, Michael Wadman, Kate Morris, So- nya Fitz, Gia Irlando, Yvette Russell, Rachael Carroll, Diana Yovino-Young , Andrea Minton, John Galleni , Sioblian Coyle, Mea- gan Weber. 85 THE CONCERT BAND IS LED BY MR. WILLIAMS 86 39 96 5 c Yearbook Staffs 7- i Re i Vu 97 mWALS WORTH PUBLISHING COMPANY MARCELINE. MI8SOURI, U.S.A. mWALS WORTH PUBLISHING COMPANY
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