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LOS A LA M O S . . . THE BEGINNING w" Deadliest Weapons in World’s Histor); Made • \ 0^ In Santa Fe Vicinity SarU f e le» rn e d 'o tfic i» llj todAf of a d k f of •.009 Id Ite own fro n t yord. Tb« reverberAtinff AnntHineement of the L oa AUmoe bomb, with 2.000 timce the power of the fi^A t GrAodSUmmere dropped on Gcrmanj-, aIm lifted the eecret of the community on the PejArito PlnteAU, whooe preoeoce AarLa Fe bee Ifnorcd. e ic e p l in whiopcre. fo r more th en two Twn.

D u ring th e tim e Los A la m o s was a closed city, th e re was a gate a t w h ich one had to show a pass to e n te r th e to w n . A ll visitors had to h a ve a pass in clud in g m em b ers o f visiting a th le tic team s. High sch o o l stu d e n ts so m e tim es fo u n d s p o rt in causing tro u b le o ff " th e H ill" and th e n speeding ho m e to sa fe ty th ro u g h th e g a te . W hen Los A la m o s op e n e d its do ors in th e 5 0 's th e g a te be ca m e a local re s ta u ra n t a n d h a n g o u t. T o d a y it is still a re s ta u ra n t and th e re­ m a in in g to w e r no lo n g e r houses m ach in e guns, 2. In th e early years th e A rm y trie d its best to a d e q u a te ly house the in co m in g swarm s o f scientists, n ig h t s h ift w o rkers, m a in te n a n ce crew s and specialists. T h e living qu a rte rs w ere san dw iche d a t best and clo th es line space was p re m ium real estate. 3. T he te stin g o f th e A to m ic Bom b a t T rin ity Site.

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ATOMIC BOMBS DROP ON JAPAN Lying on the Pajarito Plateau and just below w h a t has been a vo lcano, a lake and a cauldera is Los A lam os. This to w n site was b o u g h t in 1918 fro m H.H. Brooks by A shley Pond. Pond built a boys' school on it, and turne d its huge m arsh into a 23 acre lake, the remains o f which are now kn o w n as Ashley Pond (Pond). Robert J. O ppenheim er was p u t in charge o f a se­ cret p ro je ct by the governm ent. He had once visited the boys' school and realized th a t the area m e t the specifications. The boys' school was closed and the beginning o f a tow n sprang up. A t first the re was enough room fo r 30 scientists and an enorm ous la b o ­ ra tory. The pro ject, and soon the tow n, was kn ow n variously as PROJECT Y or the M A N H A T T E N PRO­ JECT. Hiring personnel was d ifficu lt. Scientists had to be persuaded to leave jobs and fam ilies fo r a p ro je ct the y c o u ld n 't ta lk a b o u t and m ove to a lo c a tio n whose w hereabouts th e y c o u ld n 't disclose. People like Enrico Fermi, Edward Teller, Hans Bethe, Stan Ulam and Neils Bohr responded eagerly. A fte r a slight problem concerning housing, which involved the co n ­ stru ctio n o f a group o f houses th a t becam e kn o w n as "b a th tub ro w ", w o rk began on PROJECT Y. The m onths passed q uickly b u t fru s tra tin g ly ; ideas cam e and w ent. Finally, a fte r the first idea o f Project Y w a fte d o n to the Pajarito Plateau, th e y were ready to test one o f the ir three a to m ic devices. O n M a y 7, 1945, w o rk was culm in a te d in a successful te st on the southern New M e x ic o desert. The resulting orange fireball was seen fo r sixty miles and fused the desert into glass an inch and a h a lf deep a t ground zero. Scarcely three m o n th s la ter on the 6 th and 9 th o f A u g u s t, 1945, th e re m a in in g tw o d e v ic e s w e re dro pp e d on Hiroshim a and N a g asa ki respectively, bringing an end to W orld W a r II. The city rem ained closed to the public fo r years a fte r the war, b u t in 1957 the gates opened fo r good. Years la ter we are stilt shadow ed by the history and in fluence o f a scientific co m m u n ity . . . and th a t is OUR T O W N to w hich we dedicate the 1985 LA LO M A.


I O W N . . . THE COUNTRY


The b e a u tifu l P ajarito Plateau and Jemez M o u n ta in region were a virtu a lly u n e xp lo re d area e x c e p t fo r an occasional h u n te r or tra p p e r until 1911 when H.H, B rook and M arsh H o o p e r filed fo r hom esteading rights to a 600 acre p lo t betw een Los A lam os C anyon and Pueblo C anyon. By the fall o f 1916, A shley Pond helped B rook in his e ffo rts to open up the Los A la m o s Boys' Ranch school. Its m ain purpose was to re a cq u a in t these typically "ric h city b o y s " w ith the o u td o o rs and hard w ork in an in fo rm a l e d u ca tio n a l environm ent.

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U p pe r Crossings in sum m er. G olden leaves o f fa ll a t th e c o rn e r o f 4 5 th and Sandia. T he Valle G rande. W in te r on th e C am p M a y Road. Los A la m o s Bridge. T he ro a d n e ar th e ice sk a tin g rink. A pe ek a t Fuller Lodge th ro u g h th e trees. L o o k in g across a t th e ski hill. Fog on the " M a in Hill R o a d ".


OUR TO W N . . . THE STUDENTS

BUDS The "B u d s " is a unique organization o f yo un g m en ready a t a m om ents n o tic e to p ro te c t B U D -LA W . The BUDS a ctivitie s include p artying at BUD-FLATS, cam ping a t BUD-OUT­ POST, and cruising in BUD-MOBILES. They like to score each o th e r "rubs o f s n u ff." The BUDS a tfire is m ade up o f BUD-SHIRTS, fa c e paint, and cam ­ o ufla g e pants.

PUNKERS T h e p u n k e rs w e a r " N e w - W a v e " clo th in g and enjoy listening to punkro c k music such as BLACK FLAG. They have a unique way o f shaving and dying the ir hair. O ne can always tell the status o f a p u n ke r by the num ber o f sa fe ty pins he wears or the length o f his raf-tails.

BOPS One o f the things th a t BOPS do best is squeal. They like music fro m the GoG o 's , M ic h a e l J a c k s o n , a n d th e s o u n d tra c k fro m " F o o t lo o s e . " A tra u m a tiz in g d e cisio n to a b o p is which shade o f lavender to wear. They can be seen bopping around to w n to g e th e r.

CONEHEADS The coneheads spend m ost o f fheir tim e b ra in -s to rm in g . T h e y can be fo u n d befo re school in fhe IMG, dur­ ing lunch a t the IMG, and a fte r school in the IMG. The co ne h ea d 's activities include chess and b a ckg a m m o n . The co n e h e a d s d o n 't like c h e cke rs or pep-rallies. A fa v o rite pastim e is ta lk ­ ing a b o u t m ath. Brian Kingsbury and Willie Fraser ta k e a b re ak fro m stud­ ies.


COW BOYS A lth o u g h the crow d is diminishing Karl Thullen and Darren S ta ffo rd re­ m ain fa ith fu l. They w ear the ir w est­ ern a p p a re l— boots. Stetsons, den­ im , a n d p la id s h ir ts . T h e b o y s occasionally slip them selves a dip. They enjoy driving beat-up old p ic k ­ ups and ta k in g care o f horses.

METALHEADS JOCKS The jo cks are the people w ho p a rtic i­ p ate in varsity sports. T hey are perenially a m o ng the m o st p o p u la r people in the school. T hey bleed green and g o ld . C o n tra ry to p o p u la r b e lie f, m o st jo cks carry a grade p o in t a ver­ age o f 3.5 or higher. Joe Foster and Pat M c C o rm ic k g et ready fo r p ra c ­ tice.

"H e a v y -M e ta l" or "H a rd -R o c k " was coined fro m a term fro m a W illiam Burroughs novel id e ntifyin g w h a t was then "sled g e-ha m m e r m u sic". The clothing includes denim , leather, co n ­ ce rt T-shirts, chains and a t least 28 d iffe re n t types o f m efal. They can usually n o t be seen w ith o u t shoulderlength hair or an earring. For m ore in fo rm a tio n — consult "H e a v y M e t­ a l" m agazine or M a rk Salazar.

PREPPIES Preppies w ear a high class fo rm o f clothing. They try to rem ain in co n ­ spicuous and m odern a t the same tim e, a fe a t which is n e x t to im possi­ ble, b ut the y m anage.

BREAKERS A new group new a t the high school, th e b re a k e rs , u su a lly w e a r b a g g y clo thing and bandanas. They can be seen p ra cticin g the ir "b re a k in ' " and "p o p p in ' " routines in the hall o f the girls' gym where the flo o r m akes fo r p e rfe c t conditions.


IN M Y TIME.

1984 was a year we will all re m e m ­ ber, fo n d ly or not. M a n y new fro n ­ tiers were co nq u e re d ; m a n y roads crossed, m a n y ideas once labeled ec­ ce ntric b ecam e bitin g reality. W e en­ tered this year in the apocalypse o f O rwell. A n d it seems as 1984 was not a th in g like 1984. Here are the m e m o ­ ries th a t are destined to fill publica■fions o f history. H o p e fu lly, this will stim u la te th e fo n d m em ories which we shall all cNferish, and the b itte r ones th a t we ' ^ u l d ra th e r forge t. T h a n k y o u air#cir fha. m em ories. N A T ldV t ^ X ^ W O ^ b -Q ur w arm Svb’r o u g l ^ tto dfr..^b ru p t sum m er w3S^ end as in San an V^drCj, C aliik^nia,T M urvivalist g un m a n entS fed a^crowdeiJ M cD o n a ld s and o p e n e d fire .''^h e a s - \ sassin, James H u b e rty, k^^ed 19 cus­ tom ers b e fo re being sh ot ta d e a th by police sharpshooters. T h ^ re lta u rcm t was subsequently closed t^ c o lls tr u c t a m onum ent 84 was an e le ction year. As e xp e cte d , in cu m b e n t Ronald Reagan w o ^ '^ ^ c t e ^ o a second term by d se m argin o ver W altebKAondale and New Y o rk congres5w oraa^.i0eraldine Ferraro . . . The British poun to its low est p o in t ih H isto ry as the dollar show ed itsjJ;r<;»|^S t e x h ib itio n in rfiu ro p e since 1945. A pound is $1.24 co m p a re d to $ 1 .78 tw o years a ga<TTlW ss A m e ric a — Vanes^sfl'W illiam s-^ a suburban New Y o rk Black w o m a n was d e th ro n e d a fte r Penthouse rr^fjfgazine ptrtjteh e d nude p h o i& g ra p h ^ ffrM s W illiam s. She was replaced by M iss N ew Jersey . . . A fte r a le n gth y ^ \ a \ , fp o rts -c a r m agnate,.Jdhn D jP ^ fe a n w a c q u itte d in Los A ngeles on charges o f co caine tra ffic k in o . This f o l l o ^ d te s tim o n y s ta tin j^ fh a t D d L w e a n w u p ' by g o ve rn m e n t a u th o ritie s . . . W a r co n tin u e d to ra g e o n in LebatiPtI a t the expejrse o f sKMTie 5 0 ( ^ i ^ n c a n liv e ^ Reports state 12 and 13 year olds are now seeing fro n t line a ctio n ^ . .dsrael is n p w undipf'a n eM O oyl/m ent. FifteervN;Tonth term s are to split betw een the tw o cu rre n t heads-of-state . . . l|ng la n ||h a s a rfe ^ fi|j|P W R T i ly member. Prince (Stories and Lady Diana are now the pro ud parents o f Prince H e r ^ ; . . . l2 c h c ^ < f^ j|jP P tT a d e the news this year, n otS vith a n o th e r m arriage, b u t w ith his death . . . Trivial Pursuit # e r t fin e p tfiifflons w orldw ide. The new gam ing sensation o ccupied the evenings o f alm ost all A m ericans. If y o u , 4 a v ^ 'f played it by now , well . . . NEW M E X IC O /L O C A L : A la m o g o rd o native M a i Shanley was c r o w n e d ^ is s U.S.A. She w ent on to semi-final glory in the M iss Universe co m p e titio n . . . Los A la m o s had a re p re sen tative inThe O lym pics this year in Carol Cady. The L.A.H.S. g ra d u a te placed seventh in the s h o tp u t co m p e titio n . . . A n d s p f a kin g o f athletes, m a ra th o n sensa­ tio n T o ny Sandoval did n o t m ake the O lym pic tea m this year. R em em ber th a tjS a n d o va l was a m em ber o f the U.S. O lym pic tea m in 1980 . . . Finally, L.A.H.S. is a fo u r-ye a r school. C ross/towlS Pueblo closed its doors and N orth M e sa 's Cum bres was nam ed the Los A lam os M id d le School. / SPORTS: A lth o u g h the C h i ^ j j ^ Cubs d id n 't do it this year, th e y m ad4 b e l^ v e rs o f us all. The Cubs w on the NL East crow n b u t lost to San D i^ g o r^ d re s , w ho m ade th e ir first W orld Series a & b e a r(^ice. D e tro it represented the AL. u nd so m ething w ithin ourselves, The O lym pics w e rA co n sta n K y in headlines. This year in Lc yball and w restling team s, M a ry W e w a tch e d Carl L ^ i s , M q ry Lou lu w e tto n , Bart C onner, Greg Let us all learn f the O lym pic Games and live it. D ecker, Cheryl L e w i^ a n d lis f is co n tin u e d in its patent^ n as seen fo r the past th irty years, ARTS & E N T E R T A IN M E N j: This k i f i e o u r re frig e rato rs. 'G hostbusters' Indiana Jones g o t his m an in 'T h e f D o o m ". 'G rem lins cin e m a tic debut fple Rain' and 'F o o tlo o s e ' sent us spaw ned num erous im ita te rs j” reeling fo r our b a rf bags. Oh t f * m gam e. 1984 was an album year as 'p o p ' remained, m any fine album s were relSB?ed b ^ mers. Bruc the E S treet Band re turne d to the lim elight w ith the album "B o rn in the U .S.A.' Also in co m p e titio n fo r the fle e tin g # sp o t on the charts was Prince w ith 'Purple Rain', the nam esake so u n d tra ck. San Francisco's Huey Lewis and the News spent o ver a year on the charts, b u t only one w eek in the num ber one slot w ith the ir smash 'S ports'. V an Halen scored w ith the to p -fo rtyish synthesium album '1 9 8 4 ' and fo llo w e d up w ith a nation-w ide sellout to u r. Punk ro ck hailed a new king in form e r G eneration X vo calist Billy Idol. Idol co n tin u e d in his unique sado-m asochistic m annerism s in 'Rebel Y ell'. New W ave sensations D uran Duran co n tin u e d in the ir own way w ith sexual explicitness to s k y ro c k e t to the to p . T heir album 'Seven and the Ragged T ig e r' spent m uch o f the year in the to p ten. R att's d eb u t album 'O u t o f the C ellar' and Q uiet Riot's 'P ow er Supply' becam e tw o o f the best selling 'h e a vy-m e ta l' album s o f all. A n d Julio Iglesias co nq u ered the U nited States w ith his to u r and his ro m a n tic voice. 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FEATURES "T h e L o d g e â&#x20AC;? was once the m ain building o f A shley Pond's boys' school. It the n sat on a one hun d re d and sixty acre p lo t o f land w hich included a very large lake, now reduced in size to w h a t we kn o w as A shley Pond.


Libby T h o m p so n and Jill W ilson try o u t new H a w aiia n m oves. 2. Hey Bobby, lo o k behind; it's a kle e n e x s tu ffe d pineapple. 3. Je ff C roasdell crow ns Q ue en Becky Feuerherd. 4. "E c k ! It's a m o u s e ." Screams T o n y Hinsley. 5. Bill M cG ehe e, G reg H e nd erson and John T esm er serenade.


TROPICS WAS THEME

The them e fo r H o m e com in g 1984 was a TROPICAL PARADISE. The school p a rtic ip a tio n was b e tte r th a n usual this year and the spirit o f the students m ade the h om eco m in g week a success. Spirit W eek consisted o f a Super H ero Day, a N erd Day, 50's Day, Chain Day, and T o urist Day. The parade had m ore entries th a n in past years and the flo a ts show ed m ore w orkm anship. Pictured is H o m e com in g Q ueen Becky Feuerherd and her escort John Potter, Princess Kelly C reek and Joe Williams, Princess Ellen Kim and Brian W oods, Princess M ichelle Russell and Ray Pacheco, Princess Lisa Sharp and M ik e Y ou n g, and Princess Julie V irch o w and Doug Buzbee. The senior class flo a t won w ith its "S te w the P in to s" them e. L ette rm e n escorts c o u ld n 't resist a little c u ttin g up. A m a n d a W ilson holds the chains a ccu m u la te d during Chain Day. The seniors w on th a t co m p e titio n also. A t the pep assem bly the senior girls were in th e ir to u ris t garb and were e n te rta in e d by the ju n ior boys.


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SPIRIT BOILED 1. Last m in u te ta p in g on a flo a t. 2. Freshm an N ik k i W h ita k e r is Super Girl. 3. Senior boys M a rk M a c k , R obert V ig n a to , T o n y Hinsley and Joe W illiam s give a thu m b s up a t th e bo n fire . 4. M rs. Ross dresses as an u ltim a te nerd. 5. " Y o u r m o n e y o r y o u r life ," says Russell D roke. 6. Chris H e rtric h leads th e senior boys in a cheer. 7. N a n cy S pallitta alias M ig h ty M o u s e strikes a pose. 8. La ura B u rk e tt directs th e ba nd th ro u g h a ga rla n d o f t.p.

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T o p p e r ju n ior boys show th e ir b e tte r halves. 2. "H o w a b o u t som e p in to s te w ? " say senior girls Sherri N ew m eyer and N ancy Spallitta. 3. D o n 't w orry Jim, Keri will p ro te c t you. 4. Joe's fire d up fo r acfion? 5. Q ueen Beckie Feuerherd and her escorf John P offer. (W atch o u t John, yo u r on m y fo o t. 6. "Y o u lo o k in ' fo r tro u b le ? " says Kelly Kelso 7. H oly SMOKE, superfriends! It's Batgirl! 8. Juniors a flo a t on Sullivan Island.


This year's H om ecom ing was one to be proud o f a t Los A lam os High School. As the T o p p e r W e e k com m enced, our awesom e team s began tallying victories le ft and right. The first vic to ry was claim ed by the girls varsity soccer team , who d e fe a te d Santa Fe 5-2. The n e x t n ig ht b ro u g h t on the tra d itio n a l car parade follo w ed by the ever-w arm ing bon fire a t N o rth M esa fields. The follo w in g a fte rn o o n , students assembled fo r the annual H om ecom ing parade th ro u g h tow n. The band and various flo ats, along w ith the d iffe re n t clubs on cam pus were all in atte n da n ce. Riding in convertibles were the Q ueen's C o u rt, Key Club C o u rt and o th e r various club representatives. The Seniors to o k first w ith an e xcellent flo a t. Following the m were the Sophom ores and the Buds respectively. L ate r th a t night. T o p p e r pride sw ept the varsity fo o tb a ll tea m as the y d e fe a te d M o ria rty 14-7, adding one m ore to the v ic to ry list. H a lf tim e b ro u g h t a personal victo ry as the new H om ecom ing Q ueen was crow ned. The follo w in g day the boys varsity soccer tea m grasped an­ o th e r well-earned vic to ry by d efe atin g Rio Grande 15-0. To finish o ff the final night o f H om ecom ing W eek, people a tte n d e d the c o ro n a tio n a t this year's dance entitled T ropical Oasis. This even t concluded the m any highlights fo r this year. On b eh a lf o f this year's La Lom a s ta ff, we w ould like to c o n g ra tu la te the T o p p e r team s, coaches, and all those w ho p a rtic ip a te d in this year's activities. T hanks to you, this year's H om ecom ing was a g re at success. G ood luck in years to come.


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GHOSTS OF CHRISTMAS WALKED AGAIN This ye ar the O lions p re p a re d a b e a u tifu l a d a p ­ ta tio n o f D icke n 's C hristm as classic, A CHRIST­ M A S CARO L. D irecto r, M a ry A n n Kelley, said the O lions w o u ld like to s ta rt a C hristm as tra d itio n and p resent CHRISTMAS C A R O L every tw o o r three years. The entire p ro d u c tio n was very fa ith fu l to th e original 1843 D icke n s' C hristm as story. The costum es, m any built exclusively fo r the O lions' p ro d u c tio n , were designed by M a rie l M cE w an and c o n s tru c te d by the A lb u q u e rq u e Civic L ig h t O pera A ssociatio n . They were a p p ro p ria te , historically a c cu ra te , and m any were su m p tu o us in a p p e a r­ ance. M u c h o f the scenery was designed and p a in te d by Los A la m o s H igh School a rt students und e r the guidance o f d ire cto r, M a ry A n n Kelley, and a rt teachers Leslie D oran and Sandi W righ t. W hen the O lions read Israel H o ro v itz ' a d a p ta ­ tio n and la ter the b o o k o f D ickens' A CHRISTMAS CARO L th e y fe lt it alm o st necessary to do som e­ th in g fo r those less fo rtu n a te th a n them selves. Be­ cause th e y had m e t Rae D ouglas (the "C h ristm a s L a d y " in N o rth e rn New M e x ic o ) earlier this year, th e y decided th a t the ir p e rfo rm a n ce s in D ecem ber should b e n e fit her cause. For the cause the O lions also d o n a te d one fifth o f fh e ir to ta l tic k e t sales.

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T he C ast o f C hristm as C arol Jacob M a rle y (evenings)....................................................................................... A la n W are Jacob M a rle y (m a tin e e s )......................................................................................David Baer Ebenezer S c ro o g e ........................................................................................Stephen W a g n e r Bob C r a tc h it............................................................................................................Ian Johnson Fred...................................................................................................................... M ik e N o rth ru p D o-G ooder 1 ...........................................................................................................................Cass Brown D o-G ooder 2 ............................................................................................................................ Ken Bunkley Spirit o f C hristm as P a s t......................................................................................................Cass Brown Y o u n g Boy S croo ge................................................................................................... Vassilious Bezzerides O lder Boy S c ro o g e ...................................................................................... Vic Dalla Betta F a n ..................................................................................................................... A m b e r C hristian S choolm aster (m a tin e e s )......................................................................................A la n W are S choolm aster (eve nings).......................................................................................D avid Baer S choolm ate 1 ..................................................................................................... Rey Vissarigas S choolm ate 2 ........................................................................................................................ G ary Roach A p p re n tic e S cro o g e ............................................................................................................T o d d Erickson D ick W ilk in s ...................................................................................................... M a tt C ra w fo rd F e z z iw ig ..................................................................................................................................A n d y Breen M rs. F ezziw ig...................................................................................................................... Jenine M e s fo n A d u lt S croo ge....................................................................................................................... T o d d Erickson B e lle .....................................................................................................................M a ry Lou Gillis Spirit o f C hristm as P re s e n t.................................................................................. J e ff Bruker M rs. C r a tc h it........................................................................................................................ A n n e W o lc o tt Belinda C ra tc h it...................................................................................................................... Lisa Slocom b Belinda C ra tc h it.................................................................................................................. Sarah M c D o n a ld Peter C r a tc h it...................................................................................................Vic Dalla Betta L ittle Bob C r a tc h it......................................................................................................Vassilious Bezzerides M a rth a C ra tc h it................................................................................................... H e a th e r Hint T iny Tim C ra tc h it......................................................................................................... M a tth e w W ade Fred's W if e ............................................................................................................A m y Koenig Spirit o f C hristm as F u tu re .................................................................................................... Roy C onn Businessman 1 .........................................................................................................................Ken Bunkley Businessman 2 .................................................................................................................. W illiam S traight Businessman 3 ......................................................................................................Kevin Stokes C h a rw o m a n ...........................................................................................................Beth K lingner M rs. D ilb e r............................................................................................................. Jenny Fehlau O ld J o e ...............................................................................................................M a tt C ra w fo rd U n d e rta k e r's M a n ...............................................................................................K en Bunkley A d a m ........................................................................................................................................ KenjiG jovig P o u lte re r.................................................................................................................................. A le x W ade 1. M ik e N o rth ru p and A m y K oenig play the ha pp y h o lid ay couple. 2. The star o f fh e show, Scrooge, is played e xce lle n tly by Stephen W agn er. 3. A la n W are p o rtra ys Jacob M a rle y , the n a rra to r o f th e play. 4. Cass Brown, Ian Johnson, Ken B unkley and Stephen W a g n e r a c t o u t a scene in S crooge's o ffic e . 5. 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OLIONS AND M IM E TROUPE PRACTICED AND PERFORMED TRADES

A fte r nearly tw o years o f a lm ost co m p lete oblivion, the M im e T ro u pe m ade a co m e b a ck. U nder the d ire ction o f stu d e n t d ire cto r A la n W are, the tro u p e began to re turn to the public eye having had p erfo rm a n ce s a f DeV argas M a ll and some o f the elem entary schools. M im e is a fa irly yo un g a rt style form . One nam e synonym ous w ith p an to mine is the g re a t Frenchm an, M a rce l M a rce a u . Charlie C haplin, H arry Langdon, Red S kelton and even Bill Cosby have co n trib u te d to the a rt o f mime. M im ica l expressions and m o ve m e n t can be observed in b re a k d a n c ­ ing. Porcelain mime figures and o th e r m em orabilia have appeared in m any va rie ty stores. The M im e T ro u p e included (fro n t) C hristian Johnson, Cass Brow n, A la n V^are, Brenda Steinberg, and Je ff A yars. (Back) G ary Rooch, Patricia N ix, Le roy O rtiz, Jr., A m y Keonig and J e ff B rucker. N o t p ictu re d : Bob M a lo n e , Shanna Steltzer, Jen nife r L o ch a b y, K irk Fretwell, Becky Pom eroy, C h uck Laver, T o n y Rayburn, Karen D ahlby, V alerie O d o m , Jim H u ff, and M a rik o Gjovie.

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T he OLIONS IS one o f the biggest clubs on cam pus having over 1 3 0 students. They are d irected by M a ry A nn Kelley. The assistant d ire c to r is A n n H ann. All vo cal music is directed by Miss Susan Saizman and any in strum en­ ta l m usic is d ire cted by T o m W eber. M a rie l M cE w an ch o reo g ra ph e d A CHRISTMAS CARO L and Christen Howell ch o re o g ra p h e d WEST SIDE STORY. The O LIO N P roductions were A CHRISTMAS CARO L in D ecem ber MIR­ RORS, and WEST SIDE STORY.

M e m b e rs o f th e OLIONS w ere, S itting: H e rna n Espinoza, Jim B en ne tt, M a rs h M o rg a n , Beth Klingner, Greg H ughes (h o rizon tal) Jennifer V ig il*, A m b e r C h ris tia n *, A m y D ra ke , K atie Lebeda, C arlos Espinoza, Susan Eichor, K neeling: Kenji G jo vig *, Vassilious Bezzerides*, N o ra Espinoza, M a rik o G jovig, D an M a c e k , B ran t A rm s tro n g , M ik e Riepe, S tanding: Russell D ro ke , Dan Low rey, Eric W ade , B ecky P om eroy, I r is h Teasdale, Ken B unkley, Kevin S tokes, M a t t C ra w fo rd , Jenny Fehlau, A le x W ade , T o d d Erickson, M a ry Lou Gillis, Dan F uka, O la f M in g o , Kristen U m b a rg e r, Jim Keller, Emily D u n w o o d y, Brenda S teinberg, M a ry A n n Kelley, O n Ladder: K a th y Lindberg, Jenine M e s to n , A n d y Breen, Rey Vissarigas, G ary R oach, A m y K oe nig, M ik e N o rth ro p , J e ff B rucke r, Cass Brown, D avid Baer, M a tth e w W a d e *, Stephen W agn er, Ian Johnson, A n n W o lc o tt, Lisa S lo c o m b *, V ic Dalla B e tta * , H e a th e r H irt, Becki M is c h k e , A n n a M a rie Bezzerides, V alerie O do m , T ed W o lc o tt, Je ff A yars, N o t P ictured: J o A n n e B inkley, A n d re w s Breshears, La ura B u rk e tt, Roy C onn, A n n e Dare, T o m D v o ra k , Bernard Eisner, K ate Fitzgerald, Laura H iggins, H e a th e r H intze, A le n e H o p kin s, A a ro n H ughes, C h ristian Johnson, Chris L a n d t, Jennifer M c D o n a ld * , Sarah M c D o n a ld * , Ryan M e s to n , M a u ra M ille r, LeRoy O rtiz, M ik e Reisch, A llyson Sm ith, W illiam S traight, A la n W are

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TOPPER REVUE HARMONIZED H illto p H a rm onies A Topper Tribute to Music Topper Revue 1985 directed by M ary Ann Kelley and Suzanne Saizman Stage M a n a g e r.......................................................................................................Anne W o lcott Lighting D esign.............................................................. H erman Espinoza ond Greg Hughes Sound Design............................................................................................................. Dan Lowrey Your Hosts fo r the Evening Laura Burkett Paula Cobb Chehe H arder Stephen W agner Additionol Entertainments Pre-show, Intermission, ond Post-show Drivin' M y W ife A w a y ............................bosed on Drivin' M y Life Aw ay by Eddie Rabbit Turkey Joe and the Thanksgiving Boys Karl Thullen, vocal; Kehn Van Lyssel, vocal; David Wallace, lead guitar M oore Arnold, bass; M a tt Erickson, percussion D o n 't Look B a c k ...........................................................w ritten ond perform ed by Jeff Seay Percussion P o tp o urri..................................................................................................... by S & M Steve Stapleton and M a tt Erickson You ore invited to stay a fte r Hilltop Harmonies to hear the music o f Fate. Stefan Tiler, Neil Gido, M a tt Erickson

ACT I Jazz Ensemble I............................................................................... directed by Jan M cD onald Encore..........................................................................................directed by Suzanne Saizman You M ode M e Love Y o u .................................. by Joe M cC arthy and James V. M onoco Kristi Coulter Angie Lee, piano A Typical Day in Spanish Closs...............................Lovingly guided by Senora Anderson The Spanish IV /V Class A great day in Spanish Class; the teacher solamente (only) asks fo r the super-human, and the students express their gratitude fo r a reduced load with m onetary thanks, Jodi Butters, Deborah Duchane, Craig Fukushimo, Hernan Espinoza, Jody Guthols, Linda Hecker, Rita Herbst, Luke H offm on, Cindy M cKay, M ichael M cKay, Donna Michel, Thom as Quigley, Cynthia Riley, Lynne Samson, Susie Schillachi, David Shepard, Kim Toeves, Agnes Vallejos A lm ost Over You Kristi M ichaud and Lisa Sharp Angie Lee, piano Far From O v e r...................................................................................danced by Chris Edwards Sung by Frank Stallone fro m the movie Staying Alive Big Spender......................................................fro m Sweet C harity arranged by Allen Pack Anne W o lco tt and Trish Teasdale Kelly Bell, piano Stephen Wagner, prop Sewing.....................................................................concept and perform ance by A lan Ware The M an W ith the Child in His Eyes................................................................. by Kate Bush Ann M arie Borch Jenine M eston, piano Ann Tillery, cello Sheri W are, flute Scarborough F a ir/C a n tic le ................................................................................. by Paul Simon Kelly Bell and Ann Tillery Sheri Ware, flute Denise Tillery, piano Whistle M aggie W histle............................................................... arranged by David Stocker Symphonic Boys Serenade Directed by Suzanne Saizman

A C T II Jazz Ensemble II..............................................................................Directed by Jan M cD onald ! Got Y o u .............................................................................................................. by the Split Enz One Way Julie Virchow Steve Stewart, lead and vocal M oore Arnold, bass and vocal Doug Busbee, keyboard M a tt Erickson, percussion S ta rm a ke r.....................................................................................................................from Fame Joanna Norman Karen Engel, piano Anne W o lcott, dance Choreographed by Christen Howell A Rehearsal o f the "Banana Boat Song (D a y o )"......................................by Stan Freburg Puppet Power Doug Dahlby, Karen Dhalby Keri Felts, Delia Norm an, Valerie Odom Paper Faces......................................................................................................... by Dan Lowrey Dan Lowrey and Paula Cobb M ike W ard, bass David Fu, piano Steve Stapleton, percussion W ater M usic, M ovem ents 1, 2, 3 ....................................................................by G.F, Hondel Fun in the Tub Brass Q uintet Kristi M ichaud, trom bone David Nix, Trum pet Tony Rayburn, trum pet M ary Rice, euphonium M a tth e w Rice, trum pet Dance M e d le y .......................................................................................... from W est Side Story Pajarito Ballet Theatre Senior Company Choreographed by M ary Houck Beniamin F ra n klin ................................................ concept and perform ance by A lan Ware Life is a C e le b ra tio n ..............................................................by Rich Springfield, arr. Lojeski Symphonic Choir Directed by Suzanne Saizman

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T o p p e r Revue was a p p ro p ria te ly nam ed "H illT o p H a rm o n ie s" as there were m ore singing groups th a n usual. There was only one skit, and it was p erfo rm ed by M rs. Linda A nd erson's Spanish class. H ow ever, there was variety. There were several obvious changes, w ith one being the absence o f the senior boys and girls dances, since the y did n o t " g e t the ir a ct to g e th e r". The Sym phonic Boys Serenade, how ever, did an e xcellent replacem ent. The M C 's were Steve W agner, Laura B urkett, Paula C obb, and Cherie Harder. . 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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Sw eethearts was sponsored by th e cheerleaders. The th e m e was "T h e O rie n t". The gym was tra n s fo rm e d in to an o rie n ta l pa la ce w ith a Japanese garden. The c o u rt w a lke d th ro u g h th e garden w here th e King, Joe W illiam s, was crow ne d by Kelly M yers. The sw e ethe arts da nce d th e n ig h t aw ay to Rap C ity Crew, the disc jockeys. 1) Sweet­ h e a rt King, Joe W illiam s, and his esco rt, Lisa Sharp, a c c e p t the crow n. 2) Linda Leyba and Jon F radkin pay close a tte n tio n to th e cerem ony. 3) Sara Glass and J.J. L a zaro are in th e swing. The c o u rt inclu ded: 4) D oug Buzbee and Shana M c L a rty , 5) Chris H e rtrich Penny Gillespie, 6) Rob V ig n a to and V a n H a a fte n , 7) Daand Jennifer M o n vid Devries to y a , 8) Ray Pacheco and Connie Darryl G ardener and Gillespie, 9) B ecky Spo oner, 10) Eric Payne 'A m and a W ilson, 1 1) Gary and T ra cy N e w kirk, 12) John Gill and a n d K e ri B ard P o tte r 13) D a v id Woodruff d a n c e s in oblivion.

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EVERYTHING CAM E UP CARNATIONS February 14th was a sig n ifica n t day a t Los A lam os H igh School. In h o n o r o f this special day, ca rn atio n s, delivered w ith a message, were sent fro m person to person holding w arm greetings fo r a frie n d or person足 al sw eetheart. Every year the S tudent C ouncil rekindles this tra d i足 tio n , helping to bring o u t the best in people on this special day. T a kin g shifts a day a t a tim e, the m em 足 bers o f S tudent C ouncil sold the V alen tin e flow ers fo r a dollar a piece. A tic k e f was given to the purchaser (to represent the flow er) along w ith in stru ction s and a pink p ap e r on w hich h e /s h e could w rite a m e a nin g ful message. This paper, along w ith a ca rn a tio n were th e n delivered on V a le n tin e 's Day to the various sw eethearts. M a n y smiles were seen a fte r first h our ended, along w ith hundreds and hundreds o f co lo rfu l ca rn atio n s. New relationships were cre a te d and old ones restored, all by a p re tty flo w e r and a w ell-w orded V ale n tin e message. This year, w ith h e a rt fe lt expres足 sions, V a le n tin e 's Day was one to rem em ber. It was quite a h ectic day, even quite crazy a t tim es; b u t fo r friends and sw eethearts, everyth in g seem ed to have com e up carnations.


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Every year the Key Club puts on a Superdance fo r ch arity. This year the dance p roved to be very successful as m em bers m ade m ore th a n $5,000. There were m any p a rticip a n ts in this year's S uperdance. The Key Club fe a tu re d the D.J.'s fro m Z o d ia c along w ith videos to help ke ep the dancers a bit e n te rta in e d while dancing. T h an ks to the kindness o f local m erchants, the re was p lenty o f fo o d to e at as fo o d was d o n a te d fo r the cause. A ll p a rticip a n ts received a free T-shirt. The dancers w o rke d hard fo r the M u s ­ cu la r D ystrophy A ssociation.

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RACHEL ANNE ARIGHT T ra c k 2,3 ,4 ; Cross C o u n try 2,3 ,4 ; Y o u th in G o v e rn m e n t 4; C o n c e rt Band 2; Sym­ p h o n ic B and 3; M a rc h in g B an d 2 ,3 ; Journalism 4.

SCO TT ALGIRE SCO TT ALLEN

M A R K ANDERSON C o n ce rt Band 2, S ym phonic Band 3,4; M a rc h in g Band 2,3 ,4 ; ROTC 1,2; ROTC 1 1 3.

BECKY ANDREWS BRANT REGAN ARMSTRONG O lions 3,4; D racula 3; A C hristm as C arol 4; C o n ce rt C h oir 2; S ym phonic C hoir 4.

M OORE H. ARNO LD F ootball 2, B asketball 2; Ski Club 4.

GUY BAKER KERI J BARDWELL V olle yball 2; Class S ecretary 2; H o n o r S ociety 3,4; V arsity C h ee rlea de r 4; T o p ­ per Review 4; L e tte rm a n 's Club 4; T ra c k

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TRACY BARKER Daryl G ardner, Kelly C reek, M elissa Pena, and Brian W o o d s pose outside th e IM C.

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M A R Y BARTS K A T H Y A. BARNES Key Club 2,3,4; H illtalkers 4; F ootball S tatistician 4; DECA 3; Y e a rb o o k 4; T o p p e r Review 2.

JEFF B A T E M A N

CRAIG B A U G H M A N JA N N A RAQUEL BEATTY V a rs ity S occe r 2 ,3 ,4 ; G y m n a s tic s 3; T ra c k 4; S tudent C ouncil 2,3,4; S tudent Body Vice President 3; Public Relations O ffic e r 4; Ski Club 4; L e tte rm a n 's Club 4; Girls Stafe 3; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School Sfudents.

ANG ELA CHRISTINE BECKM AN T ra c k 3,4; Cross C o u n try 4; Y o u th in G ove rn m en t 1,2,3,4; O rchestra 2; Peo­ ple to People 3.

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STEPHANIE A N N BEGUIN M a rc h in g Band 2 ,3 ,4 ; C o n c e rt Band 2,3; Sym phonic Band 4.

KELLY ANNE BELL Sym phonic O rchestra 2,3,4; C ham ber Singers 3; Sym phonic C hoir 4; Soth Pa­ cific; H illtalkers 2; FOC 2; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School Students 4; N a tio n a l H o n o r Society 4; A ll-sta te m ixed cho ir 4; T o p p e r Review 3,4.

BRANDON BENSON

D IA N A BEQUETTE KATHLEEN ROSE BLEWETT T ra c k 2,4; Tennis 3; Key Club 3,4; Girls S tate; G ym nastics M a n a g e r 3; Y o u th in G ove rn m en t 3,4.

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HANS CHRISTOPHER BOLVIEN IV E xchange S tu d e n t/G e rm a n y

HEATHER BO LTO N ANNE MARIE BORCH S ym phonic Band 2,3 ,4 ; T o u r 3; Sym­ p h o n ic O rch e stra 2,3 ,4 ; T o u r 2; AllS tate 2,3 ,4 ; C h a m b e r Singers 3; Sym­ p h on ic C h oir 4; Encore 4; N a tio n a l M e rit Semi-Finalist; O lions 2,3 ,4 ; T o p p e r Re­ view 2,3 ,4 ; S outh P acific 2; Y o u C a n 't T a k e It W ith Y o u 3; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ric a n H igh School Students.

DANIEL STEVEN BORREGO KIRSTEN MARIE BOUDREAU G ym n a stics 1,2 ,3 ,4 ; T ra c k 2; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e rica n High School Stu­ dents.

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D AVID C. B O W M A N M a rc h in g Band 2,3 ,4 ; C o n ce rt Band 2; Pep Band 2,3 ,4 ; S ym phonic Band 3,4; Jazz Band 2,3 ,4 ; S ym phonic C h oir 4; En­ core 4; Spanish Club 2,3 ,4 ; V id e o Club 2 ,4 ; Speech 4; D ra m a /m u s ic a ls 3,4; Brass' C h oir 2,3,4.

CO D Y BOYD ELISE BRADBURY Soccer 2,3,4; Ski Club 3,4; H o n o r Soci­ e ty 2,3,4.

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JIM BRYAN Tennis 2 ,3 ,4 ; Chess 2,3 ,4 ; Bond 2,3; N a ­ tio n a l M e rit C o m m e n d a te d S tu d e n t; H o n o r Society.

LAU R A ELLEN BURKETT C o nce rt Band 2; Sym phonic Band 3,4; M a rc h in g Band 2,3,4; Drum M a jo r 4; O lions 2,3,4; T o p p e r Review 3,4; Emcee 4; W est Side Story 4; Encore 4; Jazz Band 4.

DOUGLAS C. BUZBEE W restling 1,2,3,4; C o -cap ta in 4; T o p p e r Review 3,4.

SUZANNE RENE C A N A D A N a tio n a l M e rit C om m end ed Scholar 4; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ric a n H ig h School Students; Key Club 2,4; Ski Club 2,4; A rt Club 2,4; T o p p e r Review 3; T ra c k 1,2.

P AM ELA K. CANDLER V olleyball 2; Basketball 2,3,4; S oftball 2,3,4; Soccer 3.

ANDREW CHARLES CAPPIS W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ric a n H ig h School Students 4; DECA 3,4.

DONETTE KAYLEEN CARTER Class T re a s u re r 2; S o cie ty o f D istin ­ guished A m e rica n High School Students 3; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e rica n High School Students 4.

CHRISTINA E. CHILES G olf 1,2,3,4; DECA 3,4.

LESLIE CHOW DHURI JESSICA LY N N CHRISTIAN Class Vice Presidenf 2; S tud ent C ouncil 2,4; Key Club 2,3 ,4 ; Y o u th LA A R C 4; T reasu rer 4; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ri­ can H igh School S tudents; Girls State 3; H o n o r Society 2,3,4, V ice President 4.

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ERIC CHRISTOPHERSON SUE CICHO N ROBERT CLARK

ROBERT COFFELT NJROTC 2,3 ,4 ; T ra c k 2,4.

DEBORA K. COLLINS Key Club 3; S ociety o f D istinguished A m e ric a n H ig h S c h o o l S tu d e n ts 3; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ric a n H ig h School S tudents 4.

SUZANNE NOEL COLLINS S w im m in g 1 ,2 ,3 ,4 ; S y m p h o n ic B and 2,3 ,4 ; A ll-S tate O rchestra 2,3; Key Club 2,3,4; H o n o r S ociety 3,4; S tud ent C o u n ­ cil 4; Le tte rm a n s Club 4; O rch e stra 3,4; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ric a n H ig h School Students

ERIKA COOPER B asketball S tatistician 3,4; B asketball M a n a g e r 4; O EA 3; W h o 's Life is it A n y ­ way? 2; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School Students; S ociety o f D istin­ guished A m e rica n S tudents 3.

BILL CORCORAN K AT H R Y N COULTER N a tio n a l H o n o r S ociety 2,3 ,4 ; N a tio n a l M e r it S e m i-F in a lis t 4 ; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e rica n High School S tudents 3; R ickover Science Institute 3; Pegasus 4; A s tro n o m y , secre ta ry 4; Y o u th in G o v e rn m e n t 4 ; N e w M e x ic o H ig h School C hem istry A w a rd 3; Los A la m os Science S tudent Program 3.

KELLY ANNE CREEK S tud ent Body President 4; Class Vice President 3; Ski Club 3,4; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School Students 4; S tud ent C ouncil 2,3,4; Y e a rb o o k 4; Prom C o u rt 3; H o m e co m in g C o u rt 4.

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CARLA CRUZ Stephanie Beguin and C arol C o ttm a n are all ready to help p a in t th e LA.

ROBERT C U N N IN G H A M ROBIN M . CUTLER O E A 4; D rill T e a m 3; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ric a n H ig h S ch o o l S tu ­ dents.

KAREN JO DAHLBY N a tio n a l H o no r Society 3,4; N a tio n a l M e rit Semi-Finalist; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e ric a n H igh S chool S tu d e n ts 3,4; Cross C o u n try 2,3,4; A s tro n o m y Club 3,4 Vice President 4.

CHRISTINE L. DANEN C heerleader I; Pep Club 1; T ra c k Cross C o u n try I .

ANNE DARE DAVID DEVRIES

KIRKIL DOBROVOSKY M A Y A DRAISIN ELIZABETH DRAKE Cross c o u n try 2,4; T ra c k 2,4; Law and G ove rn m en t 4.

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DEBBIE DYE SUSAN EICHOR KAREN ENGEL C h am b er O rch e stra 1; O rch e stra 2,3,4; A ll-S tate O rch e stra 1,2,3,4; Jazz Ensem­ ble 2 ,3 ,4 ; O u ts ta n d in g F e stiva l K e y ­ b o a rd P e rfo rm a n c e , W e s t M e s a 2; C h a m b e r Singers 2,3 ,4 ; H o n o r S ociety 2,3, S ecretary 4; T o p p e r Review 1,2,3,4; Tri-Service leadership A w a rd N om ine e 3; S ociety o f D istinguished A m e rica n H igh School S tudents 2; USAF A c a d e m y Sum m er Science Sem inar 3; Girls State 3; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ric a n High School Students 3; DAR G ood C itizen 4; C e n tu ry III Leader 4.

M A T T H E W JO HN ERICKSON S ym phonic Band 2,3 ,4 ; S ym phonic O r­ c h e s tra 2 ,3 ,4 ; Jazz Ensem ble 2 ,3 ,4 ; Band President 4; T o p p e r Review 2,3 ,4 ; B asketball 2; FOC 2,3,4.

BECKIE FEUERHERD T ra c k 2 ,3 ,4 ; N a tio n a l H o n o r S o cie ty 3,4; JV V olle yball 2; c o -ca p ta in 3; V arsi­ ty V olle yball 3,4; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School Students; L e tte rm ans Club 4; Prom C o u rt 3; H o m e c o m ­ ing Q ue en 4.

STEFAN FILER TR A C Y LY N N FLAUGH Ski Club 3,4; G ym nastics 3,4; Y o u th in G ove rn m en t 3,4.

N A N C Y L. FOLEY JV Basketball 2; V a rsity 3,4; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n H igh School Students 3; Le tte rm a n s Club 3,4; Spanish Club 3; Journalism 3, e d ito r 4; Junior Class Sec­ retary.

KATHERINE FO R M A N Tennis 2,4; Swim m ing 2; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School Students 3,4; T ri-se rvice L e a d e rsh ip N o m in e e ; O lions 2; N a tio n a l M e rit Sem i-finalist; H o n o r S ociety 2,3,4; Band 2,3.

CHARLES FORREST JO N A T H A N M A T T H E W FRADKIN N J R O T C 2 ,3 ,4 ;N J R O T C C o m p a n y C o m m a n d e r 4; NJROTC Drill T eam and C o lo r G uard 2,3 ,4 ; NJROTC H o n o r C a­ d e t 2,3; N a tio n a l M e rit Semi-Finalist; T ra c k 2,3,4; F ootb all 2,3.

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A M Y FRASER DECA 3,4; DEC A R eporter 4; T op p e r Re足 view 4.

LAU RA FRASER DAVID FU C h ess 1 ,2 ,3 ,4 ; A ll-S ta te O rc h e s tra 1,2,3,4; N a tio n a l M e rit C o m m e n d e d Scholar 3; H o n o r Society 2,3,4.

SCOTT FUEHRER DARRYL GARDNER JAMES W. GARY

EHUD G AVRON H illtalkers 3,4; Speech T earn. V ice Presi足 dent 4; Chass 1,2; N a tio n a l M e rit C o m 足 m ended Scholar 3; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e rica n High School Students 3.

LESLIE GENO JEFF GEORGE

A N N GERHERT C o n ce rt Band 2; S ym phonic Band 3,4; M a rc h in g Band 2,3,4; South P acific 2.

NEIL GIDO GARY SCOTT GILL Eootball 1,2,4; W restlin g 1,2,3,4; c o 足 ca p ta in 4; Baseball 4; Y e a rb o o k 4; Letterm an s Club.

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PENNY KATHLEEN GILLESPIE C hee rlea de r 2,3 ,4 ; T ra c k 2; H illta lke rs 4; FOC 2,3,4; S ociety o f D istinguished A m e ric a n H igh School S tudents 2; OEA 4; ROTC 2 (Squad Leader); (P latoon Leader) 3; (R ecruiting O ff ic e r ) 4; L e tte rm ans Club 4. "D o yo u k n o w th e w ay to San Jo se ? " asks Julie G ro ff

DEBBIE GLADSON

SARA GLASS GREG GLOVER K A T H Y GORDON

ERIN ELIZABETH GREENE M a rc h in g Band 2,3; C o n ce rt Band 2; S ym phonic Band 3; Key Club 2,3; OEA 2,3; Drill Team 3; Journalism 4; Y o u th in G ove rn m en t 3,4; L e tte rm a n s Club 3; T o p p e r Review 4.

ERIC GREINER JULIE N. GROPE Cross C o u n try 2,3 ,4 ; T ra c k 2,3 ,4 ; H o n ­ or S ociety 3,4; A s tro n o m y 2,3,4; Y o u th in G ove rn m en t 3,4; Le tte rm a n s Club 4; O rchestra 2,3,4.

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D A N GUEVARA LUCINDA GURULE JODY A N N GUTHALS

D A N GUTIERREZ JV F ootball 2; V arsity T ra c k 2; V arsity baseball 3,4; A ll-d istrict baseball 3.

RON GUTIERREZ Basketball M a n a g e r 2; Baseball M a n ­ ager 2,3.

PERRY H A N D Y

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CATHERINE H A N L O N Key Club 2,3,4; T reasurer 4; DECA 3,4; State & N a tion als 3; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School Students; Jour­ nalism 4; Basketball M a n a g e r 2; T o p p e r Review 4; DECA S ecretary 4.

MIKE H A NNAFO RD JON H A N O LD

RICHARD HANSO N JEFFREY HANSEN, JR. CINDY HARRISON

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LISA H A R S H M A N G ym nastics 8,9; JV V o lle yb a ll 2,3, c o 足 c a p ta in 3; T ra c k 2,3 ,4 , B asketball JV 2; L e tte rm a n s C lub 3,4; S tu d e n t C ouncil 2,3 ,4 ; Class T re a su re r 3; FOC 3,4.

ROBERT LEE H A R T W A Y Y o u th In G o ve rn m e n t 4; Ski C lub; T o p 足 per Review 4; A s tro n o m y 4; Key C lub 4.

D AVID HAYES

LIN DA CHRISTINE HECKER Girls Soccer M a n a g e r 3; Ski Club 2,3,4; T o p p e r Review 4; Spanish Club 3,4.

TRENT NOEL HENDERSON JV F ootb all 2, V a rsity 3,4; T ra c k 2,3 ,4 ; H o n o r Society 2,3 ,4 ; Class President 3; L e tte rm a n s Club 3,4; Boys S tate 3; Jazz Band 2.

CHRISTOPHER JAY HERTRICH F ootball 2,4; W restlin g 2,3,4; T ra c k 2,3; Class V ice President 4; Key Club 4; FOC 2,3,4.

T A M A R A L. ANDERSON HILDNER T ra c k 2,3 ,4 ; Cross C o u n try 3,4; Key Club 2; Y o u th In G o ve rn m e n t 3,4; A s足 tro n o m y 3,4; L e tte rm a n s Club 4.

HEATHER LEE H IN D M A N Y o u th LA A R C 2,4; Key Club 2,3 ,4 ; FOC 2,3; O ffic e r 4.

H O LLY LYN N H IN D M A N Y o u th LA A R C 2,4; Key Club 2,3 ,4 ; H o n 足 o r Society 2,3,4; FOC 2,3 ,4 ; O ffic e r 4.

T O N Y HINSLEY MARK HOM UTH M E G A N HONEY DECA 3,4; W restling S tatistician 3,4.

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ETHAN OLIVER HONNELL G olf 2; Boys ba sketba ll m a n a g e r 2,3; Girls b a s k e tb a ll M a n a g e r 4; S o ftb a ll sco re ke e p e r 3,4; Prom C o m m itte e 3; L e tte rm ans Club 3; president 4; People to People C a nd ida te 4.

GREGORY HUGHES O lions 2,3,4; president 4; A ll-S tate T e n 足 or 4; D R AC U LA 3; CHRISTMAS CAR O L 3; T o p p e r Review 3; YO U C A N 'T TAKE IT W ITH YO U 3; W H O 'S LIFE IS IT A N Y 足 W A Y 2,3; SOUTH PACIFIC 2; NJROTC o p era tions o ffic e r 4.

A M Y HUNTER LAR A D. HUTSON Swim m ing 8th , 1,2,3,4; C o -C ap tain 3; A ll-State 3; N a tio n a l M e rit Semi-Finalist; Band 2,3,4; A ll-State 1,3; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e ric a n H ig h S ch o o l S tu 足 dents.

JAMES P. H U TT O N Fellowship o f C hristian S tudents 2,3,4.

CRAIG JACK F ootball 3,4; Baseball 3,4; DECA N a tio n 足 als 3.

KEITH JOHNSON BARBARA JONES C o nce rt Band 2; S ym phonic Band 3,4; O lions 2; SOUTH PACIFIC 2; M a rc h in g Band 2,3,4.

GLEN JONES M ik e Serenades Dean

JEANNE L A N A JONES B asketball JV 2; V arsity 3,4; T ra c k 3; L e tte r m a n s C lu b 3 ,4 ; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e rica n High School S tudents 3; S tudent C ouncil 4; Class S ecretary 4. M ik e H a n n a to rd serenades Dean M o rte n s e n

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JENNA JONES JENNIFER LY N N JONES T ra c k 2,3; M a rc h in g Band 2,3; C o n ce rt Band 2.

JIM KELLER

BRIAN KELLY PETER KENT W ENDY KEWISH

K A M I KEY ELLEN KIM N a tio n a l M e rit Semi-Finalist; Society o f D is tin g u is h e d A m e r ic a n S tu d e n ts ; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ric a n H ig h School Students; H o m e co m in g C o u rt 4.

BRIAN KINGSBURY H o n o r S ociety 2,3 ,4 ; C h am b er Singers 4, Encore 4; Chess Club 2,3 ,4 ; N a tio n a l M e rit Semi-Finalist 4; Speech T eam 4; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ric a n H igh School Students 3,4; S ociety o f D istin­ guished A m e ric a n H igh School Students 4; Electronics & C o m p u te r Club 4.

TROY KIRILUK M O N IC A KJELLM AN B asketball JV 2; V a rsity 3,4; Le tte rm a n s Club 4; Journalism Sports Editor4; T e n ­ nis V arsity 3,4.

D IA N A LYNNE KLEINFELDER F ootball S tatistician 4; O EA 4.

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DAVID KNAB

CAROLE MARIE K O T T M A N N M a rc h in g Band 2,3; C o nce rt Band 2; Sym phonic Band 3,4.

AUDREY LYN N K O ZUBAL T ra c k 2,3,4; L e tte rm ans Club 4; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School Stu足 dents 4; Key Club 3,4; Ski Club 4; T o p 足 per Review 4.

M A T T LADISH

CHRIS LA N D T DAVID LA R O T O N D A KRIS FREDERICK LARSON W restling 2; C o m p u te r Club 4.

M A T T LAU X LAURIE JOY LAZARUS DECA 3,4.

ANGIE LEE V arsity Tennis 3,4; Fencing 1,2; Pegasus 2,3,4; N a tio n a l M e rit Semi-Finalist; N a 足 tio n a l H o n o r S ociety 3,4; T o p p e r Review 2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 2,3; Solo & Ensem足 ble 1,2; French Club 3; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e ric a n H igh School S tudents 4.

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KEVIN LEE W restlin g 2,3; H o n o r S ociety 2,3 ,4 ; Ski Club 4.

D A V ID LEE SCO TT LINFORD

R A N D A LL LO N D O N T O M LOUCK H O LLY L O V A T O

EDDIE LUCERO JEFF LUEHRING M A T T LUSTER

PATRIC FELIX MACROBERTS NJROTC 2,3,4; O lions 3; T o p p e r Review 3.

MARK M AC K BILL M A L O N E

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SHEILA M A R IA M ARTINEZ Band 2,3,4; Basketball M a n a g e r 3; Softball 3,4.

STAN M A TTH E W S W ANDA M ATAZAK

MIKE M A X W restling 2,3,4;

GAIL LORRAINE MAYFIELD O EA 3,4; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School Students.

STEVE MCURDY

JENNIFER E. M C D O W E LL Tennis 1,2,3,4; C a ptain 4; Key Club 2,3,4; H o n o r Society 2,3,4; L e tte rm ans Club 3,4; Secretary 4; S tud ent C ouncil 3,4; Class T reasurer 4; Girls State A lte r­ na te 3; Band 2,3; O rchestra 2,3; Solo & Ensemble 2; Close-Up 4; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School Students 3.

CINDY M C K A Y O lions 2; SOUTH PACIFIC 2; Girls State A lte rn a te ; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e ri­ can High School S tudents 3; M o c k Trial 3,4; Y o u th In G o ve rn m e n t 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; T o p p e r Review 4; Close-Up 4.

DEBORAH LEE M C U G H LIN C o n ce rt Band 2,3; S ym phonic Band 4; M a rc h in g Band 2,3,4; DECA 3,4; M a r­ ke tin g C o-op 4.

JENINE D. MESTON KRISTI R. M IC H A U D W ILLIA M MILLER Ski Club 4; Close-Up 4; T o p p e rR e vie w 4.

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SIOBHAN M ITCH ELL Y o u th LA A R C 3; President 4.

STEVE MOORE DEAN MORTENSEN B asketball 2 ,3 ,4 C -T eam 2, JV 3, V arsity 4; J.V. Soccer 2; DECA Vice President 2, State Finalist 3, President 4; Leadership D e ve lo p m e n t C o n fe re n ce 3,4.

KEN MOSS SUSIE M URPHY G ym nastics 2,3 ,4 ; T ra c k 2,4; Tennis 3 Cross C o u n try 2,3 ,4 ; A s tro n o m y Club Key Club; Y o u th and G o ve rn m e n t; Sk Club.

K IM MYER

LAU R A ANNE NELSON V a rsity Swim m ing 8th , 1,3,4; co -ca p ta in 3.

SHERRI LY N N NEWMYER S tud ent C ouncil 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Key Club 4; Swim T e a m M a n a g e r 4; T o p p e r Review 4.

NATE NEWSOME V arsity B asketball 3,4; J.V. B asketball 2; F ootball 2; T ra c k 4.

PATRICIA LYNNE NIX C o n ce rt Band 2; S ym phonic Band 3,4; Jazz Band 1,4; M a rc h in g Band 2,3,4; O lio n s 2 ,3 ,4 ; Y O U C A N 'T T A K E IT W ITH Y O U 3; M im e T ro o p 4; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School Stu­ dents 4.

HENRY NORDLINGER JO A N N A N O R M A N S ym phonic C h oir 3,4; A ll State C horus 2,4; JR. V o lu n te e rs T reasu rer 3, Presi­ d e n t 4; N a tio n a l H o n o r S ociety 2,3,4; N a tio n a l M e rit Semi-Finalist 4; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e rica n H igh School Stu­ dents 4.

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CHRISTINA M . OLIVER O EA 3,4; Drill T eam 3.

SHERIL LYNNE OLIVER O EA 2,3; Secretary 4.

CA R O LIN A PARKER

PAUL "PEPE" PARKIN T O M PARKINSON ERIC ALLEN PAYNE Baseball 1,2,3,4; W restling 2,3,4; F o o t­ ball 4; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School Students 4; Boy's State 3; Key Club.

MELISSA MARIE PENA V arsity Swim m ing 1,2,3,4; Le tte rm a n s Club 3,4; T reasurer 4; Spanish Club 3; O f f ic e r 4; K e y c lu b 4 ; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e rica n High School Students 3; Band 2,3.

STEVE PERVORSE C A T H Y PIERCE DECA 3; treasu rer 4; O EA 3,4; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School Stu­ dents 4; N a tio n a l H o n o r Society 3,4.

DAPHNE PINKSTON " H e y y o u ! C a t c h , " says D o n n e tte "R e d " C a rte r

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NICOLE MARIE PIPPIN Journalism e d ito r 4; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ric a n H igh School S tudents 3; FOC 3,4.

M IC H A E L JA Y P O LLA T REBECCA MARIE POMEROY O lions 3,4; D R A C U LA 3; T o p p e r Revue 4; M im e T ro o p 4; C o n ce rt C h oir 3.

JO HN POTTER W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ric a n H ig h School S tudents 4; N a t'l M e rit S cholar­ ship 4; B asketball 2,3 ,4 ; JV 2; C o-capta in 4; T ra c k 4; Prom C o u rt 3; H o m e ­ co m in g C o u rt 4; DECA 3,4-S tate C o nf. 3,4; L e tte rm a n 's Club 4.

KRISTIN MARIE POTTER SO UTH PACIFIC 2; O lions 2; C o n ce rt C h oir 3; T o p p e r Revue 2,3 ,4 ; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ric a n H igh S chool Stu­ dents 4.

A L A N PREBYLL

JO HN PREEG PAUL PRYDE T O M QUIGLEY

T O N Y RAYBURN Jazz Ensemble 1,3,4-11 2; C o n ce rt Band 2; S ym phonic Band 3, 4; M a rc h in g Band 2,3 ,4 ; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e rica n H igh School Students; O lions 3,4; M im e T ro o p 4; T o p p e r Revue 2,3,4.

DALE M . RENDELL TRUDI REXROTH S ociety o f D istinguished A m e ric a n High School S tudents 3.

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M A R Y ESTHER RICE Key Club 2; N a t'l H o n o r S ociety 2,3,4; N o t 'l M e r it C o m m e n d e d S tu d e n t; SOUTH PACIFIC 3; Jazz Ensemble 2; M a rc h in g Bond 2,3,4; Sym phonic Bond 2,3,4; Sym phonic C hoir 4; T o p p e r Re­ vue 2,4.

lENDRAECIUS JARVIS RIVERA JV Soccer 1; Peer Counselor-P.E.P. Pro­ je ct 3,4; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School Students; N o t'l M e rit His­ panic Scholarship 4; Editor, Y e a rb o o k 4; Scholastic W riting C o n te st 4; Southw est W riting C o ntest 4.

KAREN GAVE ROBINSON T ra ck 2; Key Club 3,4; A s tro n o m y Club 3,4; Y o u th In G ove rn m en t 3,4; FOC 2,3; OEA 4.

TRACY ROWE TRACY RUFFE (TRACUMS) HERO 3; Elag Corps 4; Drill T eam 4; OEA 4.

MICHELLE RUSSELL V o lle y b a ll 2 ,3 ,4 ; C o -c a p ta in 4; Prom C o u rt 3; H o m e co m in g C o u rt 4; Le tte rm an 's Club 3,4; T o p p e r Review 4; N a ­ tio n a l English C o n te st Finaslist 2.

LYN N SAMPSON Exchange S tudent 3; Ski Club 4; Spanish Club, O ffic e r 4.

JULIE SANDER N a fio n a l H o n o r S o c ie ty 2 ,3 ,4 ; Elag Corps 2,3; A ll-S tate Band 1,3,4; SOUTH PACIEIC 2; Los A la m o s Science S tudent P rog ram 4; F.O .C. 2 ,3 ,4 ; S ym ph on ic Band 2,3 ,4 ; Sym phonic O rchestra 2,3,4; Jazz II 3; Solos and Ensembles 1,2,4.

TORI A. SARGENT Basketball 2; co -ca p ta in 3,4; A L L DIS­ TRICT FIRST T E A M 3; A L L STATE H O N ­ ORABLE M E N T IO N 3; T ra c k 2,3; H o n o r S o cie ty 2 ,3 ,4 ; T ri-S ervice Le a d e rsh ip A w a rd N o m ine e; L e tte rm a n 's Club 3,4.

DAVID SAUDERS SUSAN MARIE SCHILLACI T ra c k 3,4; Soccer 4; Ski Club 2,3 ,4 ; Stu­ de nt C ouncil 2,3 ,4 ; S tudent Body Secre­ ta ry 4; T o p p e r Review 4; Y e a rb o o k 4; Spanish Club 3,4; President 3.

JENNIFER SCHMIDT

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K A T H Y SCHRIBER

JEFF SCHUYLER

BILL S C H W A L M LISA SHARP C heerleader 3,4; Key C lub; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e ric a n H ig h S c h o o l S tu ­ dents; U nited States A c h ie v e m e n t A caem y; OEA 4.

DOUG SHAW

DAVID SHEPARD D A W N SHOOK DECA 3,4; MDE Class R epresentative 3; Drill T eam 3; Business A w areness W eek 3; Eootball S tatistician 4.

LAU R A SIEMON V olle yball 2,3,4; B asketball 2,3,4.

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T O M SIMES CHRISTY SKINNER D E A N N A SKINNER

ALLYSO N SMITH Band 2; Flag Corps 2; Drill T eam M a n ­ ager 3; S tudent C ouncil 2; OEA 3-state; president 4; CVOE 4; Ski Club 2; Y e a r­ b o o k 4; Boys V arsity Soccer M a n a g e r 4; A rt Club 4; O lions 4; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School Students 3,4.

BECKIE SMITH GREG SMITH

M A R TIN SMITH MIKE SO LANO TERRI LYN N SOWELL

N A N C Y A. SPALLITTA Swim m ing 1,2,3,4; C o -ca p ta in 2; AllState Swim T e a m 3; Key Club 4; S tudent C ouncil 4; Girls State 3; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School S tudents 3; Y e a rb o o k 4; Le tte rm a n s Club 4.

ART SPARKS Key Club 2,3; W restlin g 2,3 ,4 ; T ra ck 2,3.

DARRIN STAFFORD NJROTC 3,4; C o lo r G uard 3,4.

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JAMES ROBERT STEIN F o o tb a ll 2,3; G o lt 2; Y e a rb o o k 4.

T IM STELTS

GREG STEWART PEGGY STEWART SAN DY STEWART

STEVEN LEE STEWART Boys State 3; Encore 4; S ociety o f D istin­ guished A m e ric a n H igh School S tudents 2,3; T ra c k 4; Ski Club 4.

M ARKUS LANGE TRISH TEASDALE

JEFF T H O M A S W ADE T H O M A S M A R ILY N N ELIZABETH THO M P S O N S tu d e n t C ouncil 4; Girls State A lte rn a te 3; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ric a n High School S tudents 3; People to People 3; Swim T e a m M a n a g e r 4; Key Club 4; JV C h ee rlea de r 2.

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KARL THULLEN ANNE CELESTE TILLERY S ym ph on ic O rc h e s tra 2 ,3 ,4 ; C o n c e rt C hoir 3; Sym phonic Choir 4; All-State O rc h e s tra 1 ,2 ,3 ,4 ; Solo & Ensem ble 1,2,3,4; Flag Corps 2 ,3 -C ap ta in 4; T o p 足 per Review 4.

PAIVI TOIVIKKO

JOSEPH TRAPPLE A N IT A MARIE TREZO NA O EA 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3.

T H O M A S E. TUCKER Diving 4; W restling 2; G olf 2; Y o u th in G ove rn m en t 3,4; NJROTC 2,3 ,4 ; Jr. Ski Patrol 4.

TRACY TUCKER Diving 2; S oftball 3,

M . AGNES VALLEJOS H o n o r Society 3,4; T reasu rer 4; N a tio n 足 al Hispanic Scholar A w a rds Semi-Finalist 4; S tudent C ouncil 2,3,4; Class President 2; V olle yball 2; B asketball 2,3; Boys V a r足 sity M a n a g e r 4.

CLAIRE VANDERBORGH

CHRIS V A N D Y C K KEN VANLYSSEL ROBERT A N T H O N Y V IG N A T O B asketball 2; M a rc h in g Band 2,3; C o n 足 ce rt Band 2; S ym phonic Band 3; O EA 4.

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JULIE A N N VIRCHO W B asketball 2,3; S ym phonic C h oir 3,4; A ll-S ta te C h oir 4; Encore 4; H o n o r Soci­ ety 3,4; L e tte rm a n s Club 4.

PETER A. VOGEL N a tio n a l M e rit Semi-Finalist; H illta lke rs 4; G am es Club 2,3 ,4 ; C o m p u te r Club 3,4; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ric a n High School S tudents 3,4; M o c k T rial 4; Peg­ asus 2; Science Fair 3,4.

SUSI W A C H O C K I N a tio n a l H o n o r S o cie ty 3,4 ; Spanish C lub 3; N a tio n a l M e rit C o m m end ed Stu­ dent.

ALEXANDER D O N A LD W ADE T ra c k I ; O lions 3,4; Speech 1,2,3,4; D e­ ba te 2,3 ,4 ; H illtalkers President 4; N a ­ tio n a l M e rit C o m m e n d e d S cholar; Assis­ t a n t D ir e c t o r : A C h ris tm a s C a r o l; D racula 3; T o p p e r Review 3,4; Sym­ p h on ic C hoir 4; C o n ce rt Band 2; Show Band 2,3.

ERIC ROGER W ADE T ra c k 1; Y e a rb o o k 2; O lions 3,4; De­ b a te 3,4; Speech 1,2,3,4; N a tio n a l M e rit C o m m e n d e d S tu d e n t ; D r a c u la ; A C hristm as C arol; C o n ce rt Band I ; Show Band 2,3; M a rc h in g Band 2; S ym phonic Choir.

CARO L WAGGLE STEVE W, WAGNER C o n ce rt Band 2; S ym phonic Band 3,4; Vice President 4; C h am b er Singers 3; S ym phonic C h oir 4; O lions 2,3 ,4 ; Encore 4; T o p p e r Review 2,3 ,4 ; Emcee 4; South Pacific 2; A n a sta sia 2; W h o 's Life Is It A n y w a y 2,3; Y o u C a n 't T a k e It W ith Y o u 3; D racula 3; A C hristm as C arol 4; M irro rs 4; T h e s p ia n s 4; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e rica n H igh School Students 4; M a rc h in g Band 2,3 ,4 ; Solo & Ensem­ ble 2,3.

JAY ANDREW WALLER B asketball 2,3,4; N a tio n a l H o n o r Soci­ ety 3,4; Band 2; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n High School S tudents 3.

SHERI WARE LUKE W ANEK ROBERT WARREN RO NALD WARREN F ootball JV 2; F ootb all 3,4; C a p ta in 4; T ra c k 4.

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GARY WASHBURN ED WHITE ANDREA LYN N W IC K H A M V arsity V olle yball 3,4; JV 2; S oftball 2,3; Basketball S tatistician 3; Sym phonic O r­ chestra 2,3; Principle 4; C ham b er O r­ ch e stra 1; S ou th P acific 2; N a tio n a l H o n o r S o c ie ty 2 , 3 ,4 ; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e rica n High School Students 3; Close-Up 4; L e tte rm ans Club 2,3; Vice President 4; Key Club 4; S tudent C ouncil 4.

JOSEPH A, W ILLIAM S JV B asketball 2; V arsity 3,4; Baseball 3,4; OEA 4; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e ri­ can High School Students 4; H o m e co m ­ ing escort 4; Prom C o u rt 3.

WES W ILLIAM S A M A N D A LEA WILSON C h e e rle a d e r 2 ,3 ; C a p ta in 4; D is tin ­ guished A m e rica n High School Society 1,2,3; A ca d e m ic A ll-A m e rica n 3; W h o 's W ho A m o n g A m e rica n H igh School Stu­ dents 3; FOC 2.

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JV C heerleader (cap ta in ) 2; FOC 2; U n it­ ed S tates A c h ie v e m e n t A c a d e m y 2; S tudent C ouncil 2,4; Girls S tate A lte r­ na te 3; Prom C o u rt 3; Ski Club 3,4; LA A R C 3; President 4; LO O K O U T S ta ff 3; Editor 4; Class President 4; Close-Up 4.

CHRISTINE J. WIPE Cross C o u n try 3,4; T ra c k 3,4; N a tio n a l M e rit Scholarship C o m m end ed S tudent; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e ric a n H ig h School Students 3; A c a d e m ic A ll-A m e ri­ can; Y o u th In G o ve rn m e n t 3,4; A s tro n ­ om y Club 4; O rchestra 3,4; S ym phonic C hoir 4; Encore 4; A ll-S tate O rchestra 1,3,4.

ANNE E. W O L C O T T N a tio n a l H o n o r S ociety 2,3 ,4 ; O lions 3,4; D racula 3; A C hristm as C arol 4; T o p p e r Review 3,4; State m a n a g e r 4; C o n ce rt C hoir 2; C h am b er Singers 3; Sym phonic C h oir 4; A ll-sta te C h oir 3; En­ core 3; W h o 's W h o A m o n g A m e rica n H igh School S tudents 3, O EA 3.

ELIZABETH A . WOODRUFF B asketball 2; Drill T eam 3,4; Flag Corps 3,4; Key Club 4; Spanish Club 4; O EA 4.

DAVID WOODRUFF BRIAN H. W OODS Swim m ing 1,2,3,4, c o -ca p ta in 4; Swim­ m in g A ll-S ta te 3,4 ; L e tte rm a n s C lub 2,3 ,4 ; H o m e co m in g Escort 4; FOC 2,3; Key Club 4.

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M IC H A E L PHILLIP Y O U N G

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MR. AND MS. LANS John Potter Kelly Creek

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Jessica Christian Trent Henderson

MOST OUTRAGEOUS Suzi Schillaci John Osbourne

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The co u n ty building is a p le a s a n t la n d m a r k s e t a g a in s t th e Jem ez M o u n ­ tains. Below is p ictured Bill Jack Rogers, a L A N L p h o to g ­ rapher, who has given the LA L O M A s ta ff im m ea su ra ble help by supplying us w ith pic­ tu re s a t a m in u te s n o tic e . O ur cover was m ade possible by him. W e w a n t to ta k e this o p p o r tu n ity to th a n k him properly. 'T h a n k Y ou, M r. R o g e rs ." S ea te d is M a u ry P o n g ra n tz , w h o gives and gives o f him self fo fhe stu­ dents o f LAHS. He began an o rg a n iz a tio n c a lle d Y o u th W o rkin g fo r Y o u th which has becom e an im p o rta n t fa c e t o f sfud e nt life in Los A lam os. W e th a n k you, to o , M r. Pon­ grantz!

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STUDENT COUNCIL WORKED FOR LOBBY Interest and caring w ere qualities th a t were a p a rt o f this year's stu d e n t council. The gro up was a hard w o rkin g bunch w ho sponsored H o m e co m in g and V a le n tin e 's Day C arnations. For the firs t tim e in several years, an e xe cu tive council fo rm e d th a t m e t w ith the principal every tw o w eeks to voice stu d e n t positions on school related issues. This co m m itte e was m ade up o f Janna B eafty, Kelly C reek, Susie Collins, Chris H e rtrich , C hristy Lundberg, Jennifer M cD o w e ll, C a b o t N o rto n , N a n cy Sallitta, Elizabeth T h om pso n , Kevin Tan and David W o o d ru ff. O ne o f the p ro jects u n d e rta k ­ en by the e xe cu tive co m m itte e w as to c o o rd in a te an e ff o r t a m ong all the students, clubs, and the s tu d e n t council to ca r­ p e t the lobby, bring in p erm a ­ n en t benches, and m a ke plans fo r a covered area betw een A and B wing on the ca fe te ria side.


H ang in th e re Jessica C hristian. But finish ha ng ing the paper, to o ! 2. S tudent Body President Kelly C reek and Junior Class President C a b o t N o rto n . 3. Senior S tud ent C ouncil: Elizabeth T h o m p so n , Janna B eatty, Sherri N e w m eyer, Jen nife r M cD o w e ll, Suzi Collins, N a ncy S pallitta, Jill W ilson, Chris H e rtrich , Susie Schillaci, Kelly C reek, A gn es Vallegos. 4. S op ho m ore Class O ffice rs: Sumi H ong, A n n a Priedorsky, C hristy Lundberg. 5. S tu d e n t Body Vice-President Je ff Croasdell, T o ri S argent, A n d re a W ic k h a m , and he lp er A n n Rom ero, ap ply th e ir h o t air fo r H o m e co m ing. 6. T re n t H e nd erson and Je ff C roasdell ta k e thin gs one step a t a tim e. 7. Janna B ea tty to th e d e c o ra tin g ward. 8. Freshm en class o ffice rs: Lea M o rris o n , T reasurer; Jennifer Snodgrass, S ecretary; John H a n lo n , V ice President; and Eric E nd erb rock, Presi­ dent.


KEY CLUB REMAINED ACTIVE

Key Club, sponsored by the Los A la m o s Kiwanos Club, had a very busy year. They had several c o m m u n ity and school o rie nte d a ctivitie s such as w o rkin g a t the Som brillo Inte rm e d ia te Care Facility on w eekends and cleaning und e r the bleachers a t fo o tb a ll gam es. Key Club helped w ith school p rogram s by a ctin g as guides and serving re fre sh ­ m ents on the nights o f O pen House and College N ight. The m em bers raised a lo t o f m o n ey this year fo r ch arity. They co lle cted fo r U.N.I.C.E.F. and had th e ir annual SuperD ance fo r m uscular d ystrophy. The club co n tin u e d to su p p o rt Pablo, a child fro m Peru in the Food fo r H u n gry p ro gram . Key Club also helped o u t Rae Douglas, by se ttin g up a C hristm as dinner fo r a fa m ily in N o rth e rn New M e x ic o and g e ttin g g ifts fo r the children. This year's Key Club also earned m oney by selling H illto p p e r T-shirts and b utto n s. By p a rtic ip a tin g in activities, m em bers earned points. High p o in t earners a tte n d e d the S outhw estern D istrict Key Club C o n ve n tio n a t a resort in Ruidoso. The m eetings were held every Tuesday in the Little T h e a te r and each w eek there was a guest. The club had, a m ong others, a m agician, the band O ne W ay, a local television new scaster, and m any local people. This year's o ffice rs were as follow s: Christine Simonsic, president; Susan Blair, vice-president; M a ra Christian, secretary; and C atherine H anlon, treasurer. The school sponsors were M r. Lee Schacterle and M r. Stan Prim ak. W ith so m uch a c tiv ity and 56 m em bers. Key Club m ay very well have the rig h t to call them selves " th e Best Club on C a m p u s ."

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1. C h ristine Sim onsic, President, ta k e s care o f business, 2. T he Key C lub line up. 3. T he huge p ine app le a tta c k ! 4. Key C lub c o u rt m em bers Beth H a rdie and W a yd e M o rs e casually cruise do w n C entral.


SKIERS "SCHUSSED" THE SL ~ " c S

Ski Club m em bers in clu d 足 ed (b a ck to fro n t) Bill M ill足 er, Rob H o rtw a y , Robert C um m ings, Diane Spring足 er, N icole D a m ron, Josh J a c k s o n , S kip M e u lle r , M ik e E n g e lh a rt, A u d re y K ozabal, Kiril D o b ro vo sky, A n g ie Lee, K elly C re e k , Susan B rockw ay, M r. Russ S h in n , D e b b ie G a s k ill, K a t h ie A t e n c io , S u z ie Schillaci, Erika A re n d t, and Elise Bradbury. D avid Hayes does som e fa n c y acro ba tics.

Here in Los A la m o s the w in te r w eekends fo r m any people revolve aro un d Pajarito M o u n ta in . This "sm a ll to w n " ski area m ay m ean n o th 足 ing to outsiders; b u t to the a d ve n tu ro u s p o w d e r skiers and d e vo te d m ogul mashers, Los A la m o s just c o u ld n 't exist w ith o u t it. As soon as the in trica te w hite fla kes co m m ence, the te rm "T h in k S n o w " begins to SCHUSS every avid skier's m ind. A t the beginning o f w in te r, the ski club assembles to begin planning the ye ar's ski trips. Ski Club sponsor Russ Shinn and board m em bers Guy Baker, Susie Schillaci and Kelly C reek p u t to g e th e r trips to P urgatory and W o lf C reek.

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ASTRONOMERS GAZED :S BACK AT STARS

O nce again, the A s tro n o m y Club was this year's p re fe rred stellar o rg a n iza ­ tion. It should be n ote d here th a t the re is a considerable d iffe re n ce betw een as­ tro n o m y and a strology, a stro n o m y be­ ing the scientific study o f celesfial b o ­ dies and having n oth in g to do w ith the m agic o f the Z o d ia c and to d a y 's h o ro ­ scope. As usual, this club m et "e a rly ". To some students early is com ing to school a t 8:00 A M fo r a m eeting. To the star gazers, early m e a nt som ething like 4 :0 0 A M fo llo w e d by b r e a k fa s t a t M cD o n ald's. In February the club visited the space m useum and pla ne tarium in K an sa s C ity a n d th e C o s m o s p h e re (planetarium . Laser Light Show, O m ni M a x T heatre and Space M useum ) in H utchinson, Kansas.


DECA DRIVES T he D istributive E ducation Club o f A m e rica (DECA) was h ard a t w o rk this year. S tarting o u t th e year, th e members p a rtic ip a te d in the H o m e co m in g parade. D uring O cto b e r, the o ffic e rs a tte n d e d a leadership c o n fe re n c e . A t this confer­ ence T o m Y o rk was ele cte d president o f D istrict IV. This year's biggest success was the DECA Drive. The w hole school was involved in d o n a tin g fo o d and m o n ey. The goods were given to th e C hristm as Lady, Rae Douglas. This ye ar's c o m p e titio n s consisted o f a D istrict c o n fe re n c e (w hich was held in Los A lam os), a State co n fe re n ce (held in A lb uq u e rq u e ), and a N a tio n a l co n fe re n c e (held in San Francisco). O ffered to DECA students was a C o-op p ro g ra m in w hich the s tu d e n t w o rk e d a m in im um o f fifte e n hours a w e e k and received two credits. The DECA store also p ro vide d a learning lab and a fu n d raiser fo r the students. C losing the ye ar was an awards ban­ q u e t to recognize the o u tsta n d in g m em bers.

1. L o o ks like T ro y Bolstad has c a u g h t som e C h rist­ m as F e ve r fro m D a w n S h o o k ! 2. C a th y P ie rce and C hristy Chiles are hard a t w o rk in M rs. W a tm a n 's class. 3. The DECA o ffi­ cers (le ft to right): Christy Chiles, 2nd yea r represen­ ta tiv e ; C a th y Pierce, tre a ­ surer, K e n tM o rte n s e n , 1st year re p re se n ta tive ; Dean M o r t e n s o n , p r e s id e n t ; C a th erine H a nlo n, secre­ ta ry ; and A m y Frasier, re­ p o rte r. N o t p ictu re d : T om Y o rk , vice -p re sid e n t and Jodi Desharnais, 1st year rep rese ntative .

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OEA CAPTURED REGIONAL OFFICES The year fo r OEA (O ffice Education A ssoci­ ation) began w ith an election o f officers. To h on o r the new m em bers and o ffice rs, a fo r­ mal installation o f m em bers and o f o ffice rs was held in the Little Theater. In N o ve m be r some o f the m em bers and all o f the o ffice rs a tte n d e d a State Leadership C onference a t G lorietta. A t the co nfe re nce the Region II o ffi­ cers were elected. The region consists o f Ber­ nalillo, Grants, Highland, Jemez Springs, Los A lam os, M a n za n o , and Rio Grande. Elected fro m Los A lam os were A llyson Smith, presi­ dent; Daphne Pinkston, vic e -p re s id e n t/p a rliam entarian; and Kristy Skinner, secretary/tre a s u re r. Then the club sold candy as a fu n d raiser and a do p te d g ra ndparents fro m the Sombrillo Nursing Hom e. During February the club's m em bers and regional o ffice rs traveled to Grants to co m p ete a t the Region­ al c o n fe re n c e . A ll o f th e m e m b e rs th a t placed w ent on to co m p ete a t the State co n ­ ference in A lb uq u erqu e a t the M a rrio tt hotel. The N a tio na l C onference was the n held in H ouston, Texas. Closing the year was an A w a rd s B an q ue t h o n o rin g th e successful mem bers o f the Los A lam os OEA.

1. The OEA O ffice rs: D e A nn a Skinner, re p o rte r/h is to ria n ; Sheril O liver, secre ta ry; Joleen Barthell, A d v is o r; Jill G re e n , tre a s u re r; M a ra C h ristian , vice -p re sid e n t; A llyson Smith, pre sid ent; D aphne Pinkston, p a rlia m e n ta ria n ; Kerry C larkson, m em b er-at-la rge . N o t p ictu re d Sharon Y o rk , A dvisor. 2. Elena N unez, K e tu ra h Schilling, C indy M ae s, M a ra C hristian, Sue B re w to n , E liz a b e th W o o d r u ff, A n d r e a T h o rn , a n d S h a n n o n Henry. 3. T o p row: Jill Green, C arol W aggel, Robin C utler, Chrissy O liver, A n ita T rezon a. D aphne P inkston, Sheril O liver, D 'N e a l Parker. Sec­ ond row: Ruth M o n to y a , Kerry C la rk s o n , T e rri S o w e ll, K a re n R o b in s o n , R e b e c a A n d r e w s , K ris ti S k in n e r, A lly s o n S m ith , H a n n a R u tt o n . B o t t o m r o w : Jenna Jones, Lucie nda G rulea, T a m m y H a rvey, T ra cy R uff, and D e A n n a Skinner.

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BUILDING TRADES ON SEVENTH YEAR J -r

This is th e seve nth yea r Los A la m o s H igh School has had th e Building T rade s pro g ra m . T he class is a tw o peri­ od class w h ich te a ch e s y o u n g m en skills like surveying, ce m e n tin g , ca rp e n try , dryw alling, ro o fin g , fra m in g and installing doors and w indow s. T he p ro g ra m also tea ches e le ctrica l and p lum b ing skills. Using h a nd and po w e r to o ls is also ta u g h t in th e class. T he p ro g ra m has a b o u t th irty stud ents enrolled. Stan Prim ak and Bruce Johnson are th e in stru cte rs o f th e course. T he stud ents this year to o k pride in th e ir w o rk ; th e y pru cha sed hats w ith the Building Trades em blem on it. The house was lo c a te d on C am ina M e d io on N o rth M esa . T he kids w ere ta k e n th e re by bus. T he house is 3 6 00 sq. fe e t, has th re e be d ­ roo m s and a 24 ft. glass and re d w o o d solarium . The house also o ffe re d a re d w o o d d e ck, all ceder siding and ce d a r ro o f and all o a k cabinets. The p ro g ra m ta ke s pride in p u ttin g in a lo t o f e xtra s th a t w o u ld be to o tim e c o n ­ sum ing and expensive fo r a p riva te c o n tra c te r to do. The house is e xp e c tin g to sell in excess o f $1 50,000. The m on ey th a t is m ade fro m th e selling o f fhe house will be p u f b a ck in to the p ro g ra m as a n o n -p ro fit co rp o ra tio n .

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1. C ould yo u pass th e ta r p a p e r please? 2. B randon Benson and Kevin W a m p le r hard a t w o rk. 3. Instructors Stan Prim ak and Bruce Johnson discuss th e la te st building plans. 4. T o m L o u c k clim bs up to th e ro o f. 5. Bill C o rco ra n pulls up a piece o f p lyw o o d o n to the ro o f. 6. J e ff H anson holds th e la dd er stea dy fo r som e on e clim bing to th e ro o f.

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GAMES CONQUERED UNIVERSE G a m e s C lu b m e m b e r s have an o p p o rtu n ity to play stra te g y gam es and to co m 足 p ete w ith o th e r people w ho like gam es o f the intellect. T w o o f the m o st p o p u la r are Cosm ic E ncounter and King M a k e r. Games vary fro m 2 players to m ulti player and ra n g e in in te n t fro m p u re lu ck to stra te g ic encounters. This ye ar's president is Bill M a lo n e and the vice-presi足 d en t is Bill Lebeda. The club is sponsored by Jim Place and W ilber Bergquist. W ilb er Bergquist, Jim Place, Bill M a lo n e , R obert W a rre n , Ken Sher足 w o od , Peter V og el, and Bill Lebeda 2. M r. Bergquist d e m o n stra te s the ty p ic a l response to a losing po sitio n by L. A.H.S. G am es C lub m em bers. 3. Japan wins W o rld W a r 11-History rew 足 ritte n by L.A.H.S. G ames Club: Peter V og el, Bill M a lo n e , Robert W arren

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VIDEO /ART CLUB COMBINED In the beginning, m an had a slight pro blem w ith co m m u n ica tin g and go od ideas. T hen T h o r cam e up w ith a go od idea, "M a y b e I could ta k e a p ictu re w ith m y c a m e ra ? " But th a t idea d id n 't ca tc h on until FILM was invented. But th e n he g o t a n o th e r H O T flash. He p icked up a piece o f cha rcoa l and p u t a line on th e cave wall, and fro m th a t m o m e n t on, T h o r was k n o w n as the in v e n to r o f ART.

But a rt d id n 't c a tc h on until pe op le fig u re d o u t it cou ld be used fo r o th e r things, besides c o m m u n ic a tio n , and to this day a rt has been misused. So we g o t this idea to save a rt and in tro d u ce video. W e w o uld lend o u r ta le n t to pe op le w h o did n o t have th e g ift th a t we have. T he best p a rt o f th e idea is th a t we co m b in e d a rt w ith th e g re a t te ch n iq u e o f vid eo p ro d u c tio n , and if an yon e tells yo u d iffe re n tly , th e y are w rong. A rt and video go to g e th e r like Laurel and H ardy. T hen BANG , everyone w a n te d a little b it o f o u r idea, and we gave, b u t n o t w ith o u t price. W e used m a n y o f o u r p ro fits to resupply th e NEW V id e o /A r t D e p a rtm e n t w ith thin gs we needed b u t ju st c o u ld n 't get. T he w hole idea was a to ta l success-such a success th a t we g o t an OK to s ta rt a video class n e x t year. I guess th a t is w h a t clubs are all a o b u t, g e ttin g pe op le in te re ste d in thin gs th a t w ere th o u g h t to be im possible. If T h o r co u ld see us now , I k n o w he w o uld be glad th a t a rt has n o t g o ne o u t w ith the STONE AGE. (Chris La nd t) 1. T he club m em bers include: LeRoi O rtiz , D a vid W rig h t, P a tric ia N ix, W es B rew er, A lly s o n S m ith, C hris L a n d t, Erika C o op er, M ic h a e l Stine, A n d re w Breshears. 2. "H e y , does this w o rk ? ? ? ", says D avid Bow m an. 3. T h a t o u g h t to do it. Erica!

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N o o rg an iza tion on cam pus has been m ore m isrepresented and m isinterpreted th a n the NJROTC. A cad e m ica lly, the curriculum consists o f naval history, social and p olitical sciences, law, psychology, applied sciences, seam anship, and n aviga ­ tio n. The p rogram also stresses areas w hich c a n n o t be fo u n d in any b o o k. Ideas em phasized include d eve lo p m en f o f in form e d, responsible, p a trio fic citizens; stre ngthening o f ch a ra cte r; p ro m o tio n o f the understanding o f n atio n al security; p ro m o tio n o f legal responsibility and the causes o f a d e m o cra tic society; aid in the fo rm a tio n o f self-disciplinary habits; d eve lo p m en t o f in fo rm a fio n a l source fo r ca ­ dets concerning o p p o rtu n itie s in the N avy and the A rm e d Services. The u nit is co m m a n de d by NSI C om m ander G.J. H opkins. He is assisted by ANSI Chief M ik e Reed. C o m m a n de r H o p k in 's emp a th e fic understanding and slowness to an­ ger is the p ro g e n ito r o f one c a d e f's c o m ­ m ent; "H e is one o f u s.'' A com m on m isconception is the u nit's ac­ tivities are lim ited to classroom s and calis­ thenics. In a ctu a lity, visits to o th e r units and in sta lla tio n s in Santa Fe, A lb u q u e rq u e , El Paso, and San Diego are n o t u ncom m on. The spring brings a highlight: a one-w eek journey to San Diego fo r M in i-B o o t C am p, a s h o rt­ ened version o f the re cru it basic tra in ing e x­ ercises, or a cruise on a com m issioned N aval vessel. I have o fte n notice d th a t m any students e xpress m o re th a n a passing in te re s t in NJROTC, regardless o f the m an ifesta tion s the y m ay show. It is d efin ite ly in good interest to pursue this if you have an interest in this p rogram or if you have been living on the o utskirts o f fhis or any m ilitary in stitutio n . The o p p o rtu n itie s and satisfa ctio ns are m any and are defin ite ly w o rth c o n s id e ra tio n .— Ray Ri­ vera

C lockw ise fro m up p e r le ft: T o m T u c k e r c o rre ctin g D arren S ta ffo rd . Penny Gillespie ta p in g a ca d e t's u n ifo rm to g e th e r. M ik e Solano m akes a last m in u te he ad w ea r inspection. T he C o lor G uard K a th y G ordon, Linda Leyba, Sondra H olley, Randy G roves, Heidi E dg ett fo llo w e d by th e unit. CPO W ill Stoipe: "S u rely yo u je s t." T he H o n o r G uard erects a sw ord tu n n e l fo r H o m e co m in g C o u rt m em bers Joe W illiam s and Kelly C reek. Inspection: Pla­ to o n Leader M ik e Solano leads his m en th ro u g h a m e­ ticu lo u s m arch rou tine .

Survival cam e to the club in num bers. This year, the NJROTC dropped in m em bership to below the m inim al a m o u n t required by the N a vy to m a in tain itself on a cam pus. A lo f o f w o rk was done fo interesf students and some progress was m ade in allow ing students to have physical e d u ca tio n credit. O th e r a lte r­ natives were being explored.


CHESSMEN CASTLED Last year the chess te a m ended th e ir season placing tw e n ty -th ird a t natio n als in Philadelphia, PA. This year's chess te a m had m any skillful playrs, having only lost three players w ith seven re tu rn in g chessm en. Regularly scheduled p ra ctices were held in o rd er fo r the chess te a m m em bers to im p ro ve th e ir skills, thus b e co m in g m asters o f the gam e. T hey had a record to be very p ro ud o f. They have w on d istrict fo r the past th re e years, having an h o n o ra b le status o f 31-1-1. The chess te a m m em bers included. C oach Stan Prim ak, W illy Fraser, R obert W a rren , David Fu, D avid W o o d ru ff, John Pendergrass, M a rk u s Lange, Jim Bryan, S cott W a tson , M a tt S teurw alt, Ron M a ye r. 1. M a rk u s Lange w o rks hard a t p ra ctice to b e tte r his skills. 2. David W o o d ru ff, senior chess player, c o n c e n tra te s on his n e x t m ove. 3. T eam m em bers: C oach Stan Prim ak, W illey Fraser, R obert W arren, David Fu, David W o o d ru ff, John Pendergrass, M a r­ kus Lange. N o t p ictured ; Jim Bryan, S cott W a tson , M a tt S teurw alt, Ron M a ye r.

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YOUTH LAARC PROMOTED UNDERSTANDING Y o u th LA A R C is an o rg a n iza tio n th a t p ro m o te s b e tte r understanding o f handicapped people. It w orks tow ard a tta in in g this goal o f und e rstan d in g th ro u g h various activities such as assisting a t the Special O lym pics, c o n d u ctin g tours o f the C um bres Learning C enter, sponsoring social a ctivities w ith the Los A lam os G roup H om e, and sponsoring social a ctivitie s w ith the High School Special Ed class. Y o u th LAA R C is a ffilia te d w ith its p aren t o rg an iza tion the Los A la m o s A s­ s o cia tio n fo r Retarded Citizens.

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HILLTALKERS GO ALL THE W A Y By m id y e a r H illt a lk e r s , th e T o p p e r S peech T eam , had b ro u g h t ho m e six tr o ­ ph ie s. T h ir ty six s tu ­ dents a tte n d e d one or m ore o f six m eets. Seri­ ous p ra c tic e co n tin u e d f o r D e b a te Q u a lifie r, N o r th e a s t D is tr ic t, S tate and N a tio n a l Fo­ rensic Le ague D istrict. T h re e s tu d e n ts rea che d th e n a tio n a lly reco gn ized D egree o f Special D istin ctio n and e a rn e d $ 1 0 0 s c h o la r­ ships fro m the Los A la ­ m os V.F.W . These in­ c lu d e d A le x W a d e , p r e s id e n t of th e s p e e c h te a m , E hud G a v ro n , d e b a te vice president, and Cherie H a rd e r, th e fir s t Los A la m o s so p h o m o re to reach 500 po in ts. The H illtalkers p ro d u c e d a w e ekly P.A.C. 8 T .V. s h o w w ith th e s a m e nam e. T hey m e t every T hursd ay evening and on M o n d a y a fte rn o o n s fo r pra ctice. T hey all agree th a t w inning is n o t e ve ryth in g, b u t the e ffo rt to win is!

F ront row : David B ow m an, Cherie H a rd e r, C h a rlo tte S am pson, H o lly M a rsh , Julie M a rsh , M r. Paul Black. S e co n d ro w : R o b e rt C la rk , T o d d E ric k s o n , M a r y L o u G illis , A le x W ade , H e a th e r H intze, Peter V ogel, Kevin T an. Back row : D avid W o o d ­ ru ff, M a rk A nd e rso n , J e ff Brucker, Ehud G avron, John Cham berlin. John C h am b erlin, H e a th e r H intze, Ehud G avron and A le x W ade, clash in a cross e x a m in a tio n debate.

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The French Club is m ade up o f all levels o f French sfudents. French is spoken a f the w eekly m eetings. Presenta­ tions on the culture, lite ra tu re and lifestyles o f France are given by members. Keri Felts, Linda Leyba, and Denielle Fisher give one such p re sen tatio n on Paris (at right). The French Club held a crepe sale to g a th e r fun d s to w a rd s a w eekend a t G lorieta in the spring. T h a t w eekend fe a tu re d singing, dancing, and co nve rsa tio n classes and a ta le n t show in which m any students p a rticip a te d . M a n y m em bers were also involved in a to u r to France during the sum m er. M em bers included: Erica D e M u th , Linda Leyba, Sum iko H o n g , K irste n L in d b e rg , M rs. A n d e rs o n , (F ro n t) M rs. Buehrer, Kristi Lundberg, Keri Felts, Christ! C oulter.

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Hablamos Espanol! M e m b e rs included: M r. Roos Debbie D uchane D onna M ich e l M rs. A nd erso n A n g e la Bates Janna B ea tty Diedre H o ffm a n Front: David Laem m ie C yn th ia M c k a y Alyssa T urne r Kim Toevs (N o t Shown) D avid Bow m an T o m Kriese Leah Smith

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Spanish club is m ade up o f students o f all levels o f Spanish classes. M e m b e rs p a rtic ip a te in a va rie ty o f a ctivities including a M e x ic a n b re a k fa s t and Spanish C hristm as-carding. Spanish is spoke n during m eetings. M e m b e rs o f the Spanish Club p a rtic ip a te d in the P anam a­ nian Days Spanish C o m p e titio n held in A pril in A la m o sa, C olorado. A nach o and b isco chito sale was co n d u cte d as a fun d ra ise r so the y could m a ke the trip.

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The m arching band was impressive as usual this year, keeping fo o tb a ll fans in th e ir seats during h a lf tim e shows. The band m ade several road trips, including th e ir annual trip to the State Fair and parade, to the W est M esa F o o t­ ball gam e in A lb uq u erqu e where th e y p e rfo rm e d the h alf tim e show, and to the Zia M a rch in g Festival. New u niform s were purchased fhis year, giving the band a new lo o k w ith the ir gold capes. They also added new m arching ta ctics such as dance m oves and new fo rm a ­ tions. The 1984 m arching season drum m ajors were Sheri W are and Laura B urkette. M a tt Erickson was vo te d band president. 1. Sheri Klein and Laura W ashb urn p ro u d ly carry th e m a rch in g band b a nn er as Terri T a ylo r and M elissa French m arch alon g side. 2. M r. M a c po in ts in to oblivion as he tries to e xp la in so m e th in g ove r the hu m dru m to Sheri W are. 3. The percussion sectio n ta ke s a b re a k on th e law n durin g a fa ll o u td o o r pep assembly. 4. Bill M cG e H e e shows u tte r c o n c e n tra tio n as Pat M o o re leads th e way. 5. C hristine Simonsic, th e LAFHS tw irle r fo r th e 1984-85. 6. Band president M a tt E rickson's expression fo rm s a sharp c o n tra s t to th a t o f d ru m m er Carlos Espinoza. 7. M r. M a c 's M a g ic Band a t th e W est M e sa fo o tb a ll gam e. 8. 'T h a t 's rig ht, C h uck (FHildner), yo u really w ere o u t o f s te p ," says M a rtin Smith.

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1. M a t t Eilert w ith his drums. 2. V in ce T rujillo, A n d y G artz, M a tth e w Rice, M a tt Cushing and S co tt Sandry fo rm p a rt o f th e brass section. 3. M a rla Robson plays the xylo p h o n e . 4. M r. M a c to o ts his horn. 5. A n n e M a rie Bezzerides, Claire H enderson. M id d le Row: S cott Sandry, M a tt Cushing, M a t t Rice, A n d y G artz, V in c e n t T rujillo. Back Row: Chris Sm ith, G rant Jensen, D avid N ix, John G reene, and Rich Ryan.

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CHORALAIRES FRONT ROW : D irector, Susonne Salzmon, C hristy M illig a n , Deidre H o ffm a n , M a rg a Schachterle, A b b ie K irk p a fric k , H e a fh e r H ert, Stephanie Jordan, Jennifer M yers, Robin Cessna. Second Row: Diane Eagan, Lisa Schw am , Janet C o o k, W a n d a M a tu s z a k , A b b i C a tle tt, Kristy C o ulte r, Paivi T o iv ik k o , M ich e lle C a rte r, Emily Dunw o od y. T hird Row: Pam T hullen, Erin Eox, Teri T aylo r, Jo A n n Binkly, C a roline Parker, Kim Larson, Devi A u stin , Beckie Pom eroy.

ENCORE F ront Row: Shawnee N eeper, G reg H ughes, Julie V irch o w , Dan Fuka, Kristin U m barger, David B ow m an, C hristina W ip f, K aren En­ gel. Second Row: Dan Low rey, Jennifer M eye rs, Steve S tap leton , Becki M isch ke , T o m Richie, A n n e M a rie Borch, Brian Kingsbury. T hird Row: Steve S tew art, A n n e Dare, Brian M a rtin , Robin Cessna, Jim Keller, Laura B u rke tte , Steve W agn er, Paula C obb, John Tesm er.

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This year the music d e p a rtm e n t to o k a new tw ist w ith new ch oir d ire cto r, Susanne Saizman. M s. Saizman, a g ra d u a te o f the University of A rizo n a, a cce p te d a challenge here a t LAHS in fo llo w in g the fo o ts te p s o f Sheldon Kalburg, a long-tim e ch o ir d ire c to r a t Los A lam os. She also arrived the to u r year fo r b o th ENCORE, the show choir, and fo r Sym phonic Choir, a 25 voice m ixed choir. The choirs planned to to u r parts of New M e x ic o and share th e ir ideas and talent w ith o th e r choirs in New M e x ic o . A fte r touring th e ir hom e state , a trip to A rizo n a and to the U niversity o f A rizo n a to w o rk w ith some o f the best choirs in the state was planned. This is the first year an all girls ch oir or choir o f th a t sort has been a p a rt o f the m usic p ro gram here. The choirs sang e veryth in g fro m pop to classical pieces. A ll to g e th e r, the choirs and show choirs m a ke an interesting and d efin ite ly entertaining spice to Los A la m o s High.


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1. S ym phonic C h oir (boys); Row 1: Steve Stew art, T om Richie, Roy C onn, Stephen, Buescher, M ic h e a l N eerg aord , Steve S tap leton , Jim Keller. Row 2: James Olsen, John Tesm er, Brian M a rtin , T om Baber, M a tt C ra w fo rd , Brian Kingsbury, B rant A rm s tro n g , Steve W agn er, Shaun P ruitt. Row 3: David B ow m an, Dan Salazar, Greg H ughes, Dan Low rey, Bill Elloitt, A le x W ade , A la n W are. 2. Sym phonic C hoir (girls): Row 1: Trish Teasdale, JoA n n a N o rm a n , A n n e W o lc o tt, Karen Engel, Jennifer M eye rs, Kelly Bell, A n n e M a rie Borch. Row 2: Krista W h e tte n , Paula C obb, Kristy M ic h a u d , Asa M o lin , Julie V irch ow , Shawnee N eeper, M a ry Rice. Row 3: Robin Cessna, A n n e Tillery, A n n e B unkley, Christina W ip f, Jeanne M e ts o n , Laura Higgins, Becki M isch ke . 3. S ym phonic C hoir Bass Section "s in g s " w ith u tm o s t c o n ce n tra tio n . 4. M s. Saizm an keeps tim e while ke e p in g order.

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This year's orchestra had a new d ire ctor, T om W eber, who ta u g h t a t Cum bres Junior High. The orchestra had fo u r successful concerts, one fo r each season. For the holiday season the y per­ fo rm e d the NUTCRACKER SUITE. There was a large num ber o f AllState m usicians w hich included Brian A rth u r, Elizabeth A tw a te r, Kelly Bell, A nn e M a rie Borch, Paula C obb, Suzy Collins, A nne Dare, Chliu M ie D ick, Karen Engel, M a tt Erickson, W endy Erickson, Keri Felts, Kristin Fitzgerald, W illy Fraser, David Fu, M ik e Han, Greg H enderson, Laura Higgins, Stephanie Hue, Greg Hughes, Lara H u t­ son, G rant Jensen, Barbara Jones, Lisa Judd, Beth Klingner, Laura L in fo rd , Dan Low ery, John M a cF arlane, Tom M acFarlane, Willy M a d la n d , Brain M a rtin , Bill M cG e h e e , K risti M ic h a u d , Becki M is c h k e , O sa H o lin , J e n n ife r M o tte rs h e a d , J e n n ife r M y e rs , Shawne N eeper, Joanna N orm an, Elizabeth Pack, Erin Parsons, Tasha Phillips, M a tth e w Rice, Kris Rusthoi, Julie Sander, S cott Sandry, Stephen S hankland, Kevin Stark, Nissa S trottm a n , Trish Teasdale, John Tesm er, Keri T hom pson, A nne Tillery, Denise Til­ lery, Kristin U m barger, Clarie V an d erborgh, Julie V irchow , M ichael W ard, Sheri W are, and Christina W ipf.

T o m Y o rk and Charles Felts g e t do w n w ith th e low notes. M r. W e b e r co n d u c ts his new group. Steve S ta p le to n kee ps th e beat. A n n a M a rie Borch to o ts her horn. W ill M a d la n d , will he be th e n e x t fid d le r on th e ro o f? K aren Engel, 1st ch a ir cello.

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The PEGASUS s ta ff w o rke d hard fo r the p ub lica tio n o f the same nam e. Students su bm itte d the ir creative w ritings and drawings during the fall and w inter. Then the s ta ff w e n t to w o rk editing and choosing which w orks could be used in th e ir b o o k. W ith the help o f M rs. Lois Sharp and M rs. N ancy Terry, everything w e n t sm oothly. PEGASUS is published and distributed in the spring fo r all the students. The PEGASUS s ta ff included Bruce Fretwell, D avid W o o d ru ff, M rs. Lois Sharp, K a th ryn C o ulte r, M rs. N a ncy T erry, Christy C o ulte r, Cherie H arder, Shawna Rae, A n g ie Lee and Julie M arsh . David W o o d ru ff, the e d ito r and K a th ryn C o u lte r go o ve r a piece o f in tri­ ca te po etry.

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ATHLETES EMPHASI2. Every m e m b e r o f the L e tte rm e n 's Club m ust have received a le tte r in a school sponsored varsity sp ort as a pre re qu isite â&#x20AC;&#x201D; sort o f a a th le te 's h o n o r society. O ne o f th e ir m a jo r business item s was running the concession stands a t the a th le tic events. They assigned d iffe re n t te a m s nights to sell cokes or p o p co rn or w hatever. T h a t te a m could use the m oney to purchase whatever was necessary th a t the school did n o t supply. The club also sponsored the W in te r Sports Spirit W eek. Ethan H onnell was th e p resident; A n d re a W ickh a m , vice-president; Jennifer M cD o w e ll, treasurer; M issy Pena, secretary; and Mrs. Beverly O 'd ell was the sponsor. j

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The 'o ld R om ero' residence, as it is re ferre d to , has long been a land m ark. It fo rm e d a firm c o n tra s t to th e m odern facilitie s along P ajarito Road where it was built. Even as we to o k this p icture, we suspected th a t it was a b o u t to m eet its de­ mise.


JUNIORS SHOWED LEADERSHIP QUALITIES S cott A d a ir M a tt A lb rig h t M a tt A lc o u ffe Sean A p g a r M ik e A rc h u le ta Steve A rm ijo

Steven A rm ijo David A rm stro n g Elizabeth A tw a te r Devi A ustin Karen A yars David Baer

Debbie Bagley Eddie Baldwin A lan Barnes M irri Barnes T im o th y Bartos Brent Bawden

Karen Bennion John Bentley Rob Bentley Dawne Berrios Joanna Bibeau M ik e Bieniewski

Susan Blair Kristen Blecher A le x Bohl John Borrego M u rra y Bowm an Connie Bradley


M ichelle Braithw aite Steve Branch A nd re w Breshears Sue Brewton Chris Bridwell A n n e tte Brown

Siobban Brown Je ff Brucker Steven Bunch K enneth Bunkley W ayne Burgess Christy B urket

M ik e Burris Jodi Butters Donna C agliostro Bill Cave Robin Cessna John C ham berlain

B rett C handler Bobbie Chiles Jacqueline Christen M a ra Christian Tiphany Clark Kerry Clarkson

Julia Clem ents Rachael C leveland Paula Cobb Ian Cole Roy Conn Dorisanne C o o k

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N ichole D am ron Jodi Desharnais Chliu M ie Dick Connie Doolen R obert D ow ler D eborah D uchane

K ath y D unagan Kevin Dussart Greg Dye Heidi-Rose Edgett Laura Edinger T o dd Erickson

H ernan Espinoza Jennifer Esterl S cott Everett Greg Featherson Jenny Fehlau Keri Felts

John Finch M ich a e l Fink Kristin Fitzgerald Joe Foster W illy Fraser M elissa French

Bruce Fretwell Gary Fuehrer Daniel Fuka Craig Fukushim a John Fullbright Roy G albraith

P atrick Garcia Ronnie Garcia Lee Gibson Keith Gido Lisa Gill Connie Gillespie 116


M a ry Lou Gillis Steve Gosling Brent Gronere Stacy G regory Ellen M a rie G uenette Sara Hall

Lynda H alloran David H arbur Elizabeth Hardie M a tt H arlow Debbie Harris Gillian Harris

Darlene H arvey M a iri Harvey Darul Hastings Greg H enderson A n d y Henins Shannon Henry

Rita Herbst Kelley H errm ann Pat H ertrich David Higbie Laura Higgins C huck Hildner

Roy Hillm an H e a th e r Hintze M a rk H item an Randy H odges Deidre H o ffm a n Luke H o ffm a n

Lisa H o fm a n n KC H older Donna Holm es Julie H o m u th Kerry Honsinger


A le ne H o p kins Bill H orn Jim H u ff John H u ff Paul H u m p hrey Eva H u n te r

Je ff Jack David Jackson Julie Jackson Dan Jacobson W endy James M ich e lle Jaram illo

Dan Jason S tuart Jensen Scot Johnson Billy Jones Greg Jones R obert Jones

T a m a ra Jones Jill Kave Paul K eaton Brian K e ffle r David Kellner Rick Kelly

Sean Kelly Kelly Kelso Kristin Kenyon Kam i Key Beth Klingner Cheryl Knab

Dae A n n K night David K ram er Steve Krausse Stephany K uta c BJ L a d a bo u r M a rk u s Lange

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Charlie Lopez Krista Lorio C huck Laur Rick Lujan M ik e Lyons John M acF arlane

Cindy M aes Bob M a lo n e Steve M a n de ll John M a rg io tta Shaner M a rie k e n Desiree M a rr

Frank M arshall M a e z M a rch a ll Brian M a rtin K enneth M a rtin e z Melissa M a rtin e z Y ueite M a rtin e z

Ronald M a y e r A la n M cC a b e K athy M cC lain Pat M c C o rm ic k Pat M cC u rd y Stephen M cD o n a ld

Bill M cG ehee M ik e M c K a y Shana M c L a rty Casy M cN eese Darren M e a d o w s Shane M e d i 119


R obert M e e h a n Spenser M e n lo ve Stacy M e y e r D onna M ich e l Chris M ille r A n n e tte M ille r

Kelly M illig an Rick M ira n d a Rebecca M isch ke Robert M itch e ll A nders M o lle r Jennifer M o n to y a

Ruth M o n to y a Pat M o o re W ayde M o rse K ent M o rte n se n Chris M o tle y Jennifer M o tte rs h e a d

Daniel M u c e k Dan M u ir Jennifer M yers S cott Neuls John Newells T ra cy N e w kirk

C a b o t N o rto n Elena N unez Jason O akley James Olson David O rtega Steve O rth

A n th o n y O rtiz Leroy O rtiz Tesh O 'Shea M iria m Pack Evan Palmer Janice Palmer 120


Carolyn Parker D 'N eale Parker Jean Parker Carey Pennewill Gary Perrault Tasha Phillips

O vertw o Phredde Greg Pirkl Chris Pollard Scot Pom eroy D a w n etta Pom peo Jonathan Poore

Steve Porter Ken P otter Shawn Prueitt Eric Reese Sean Reilly M ik e Reich

D anny Ridlon M ik e Riepe T ony Rivera Susan R ockw ood A n ita Romero Lesley Roybal

Dennis Royer M ichelle Ruffe Kristina Rusthoi H anna Rutten S cott Sandberg Darren Sandoval

M a rcie Sapir M a x Sappenfield Rex Sappenfield George Sarwinski K eturah Schilling 121


G arret Seaw right Je ff Seay M ik e Seurer Stephen Shankland Rob Sharp Will Shepphird

Karen Simes Christine Simonsic Debbi Smith Leah Smith Richard Sofaly Chris Sparks

Jeannene Sparks George Spillman TJ Spitzm iller Becky S pooner Diane Springer Richard Stallings

Steven S tapleton Shanna Steltzer M a tt S teuerw alt Will Stoipe W illiam S traight Kevin Tan

Tam m ie T a te Gary T a ylo r Terri T a ylo r John Tesm er Richard Thom as A n d re a T horne

Pamela Thullen Denise Tillery Kim Toevs Jennifer Travis Bobby U m stead Janet U pham 122


Carrie V alentine Teri Van H a a fte n Dee Dee V aughan Stephen W agner DJ W allace Kelly W arner

John W elch Sarah W h ita k e r A nn Williams David Williams Stacie W ood Jennifer W oodw ell

David W right D anny W ynn Sayuri Y am ada Doreen Y barra Katie Y oung Brian Z o n g ke r Guesses A b o u t th e Past T rying to w rite a b o u t a tim e th a t is u n fa m ilia r to o u r so cie ty is so uncom p rehe nsible because w e 'll p ro b a b ly ne ver u n d e rsta n d the ways o f th in k in g th a t w e n t alo n g w ith a ctio n s o f a d iffe re n t peri­ od. The te e n a g e p o p u la tio n was pe rha ps th e stra n g e st e xa m p le o f an era long since past. M u s ic p laye d an im p o rta n t role in th e ir lives. Some o f th e a rtists listened to w ere THE SCORPIONS w ho were lo u d -m o u th e d sw e a ty devils th a t h a b itu a lly screa m ed lyrics o f rebellious fre e d o m a g a in st p a re n ts u n til th e ir vo ca l chords snapped. CULTURE CLUB s u p p o rte d a tra n s v e s tite fo r it's lead singer called "B o y G e o rg e " th a t u n til th e press gave th e secret, no b o d y kn e w w h e th e r "B o y G e o rg e " was a m a n o r a w o m an ! T a kin g care o f a p ro b le m called acn e was tre a te d w ith a g o o p th a t had th e co n siste n cy o f a sou r crea m an d called CLEARASIL. Instead o f do in g fh e re q u ire d studies fo r th e nig h t, view ing video m on itors w ith such shows as CHEERS, 2 0 /2 0 , and THE T O N IG H T SHOW p ro vid e d these p e op le w ith w orth le ss k n o w le d g e th a t th e y yearned fo r. A n o th e r a ttra c tio n to th e vid eo m o n ito rs was a ch a n ­ nel called M T V th a t sho w e d th e ir fa v o rite ro c k g ro up s a c tin g o u t th e ir fantasies.

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M a ra B everw yck A n n a M a rie Bezzerides Suruchi Bhatia Paul Biehl Jo A n n e Binkley W end y Blade

H e a th e r Bogenholm Eric Boland T yler Bone Julie Bongianni Sandra Boyer A n d y Breen

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Chris Brinsko Susan B rockw ay Chanelle Bronn Kaitlin Brow m an Cass Brown Cindy Brown Eric Brown

A d a m B uckner Randy B urditt Kenny Canada Ben Carlson A m y C arrol M ich elle C a rte r S cott C a rtw rig h t

A b i C a tle tt Bill Cave Steve Chavez Rabi C how duri Eric C hristiansen Ian Cole Chris Collins

Craig C o ok Nina C o rcoran T odd Cordell Karen C um m ings A la n C unn ing ha m D oug Dahlby Shari Dana

Darren D avidson Eric Davis John Davis N a ncy Dean D avid Dees Jim Desjardin

Justin D e W itt D usty Dodson J e ff D oub A m y D rake Laura D u dg eon M y D uong Diane Eagan

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M a t t Eilert Richard D. Elder Bill Elliot B ernhard Eisner Billy Embry John England

M ich a e l Englehard Jon Englem an W e n d y Erickson Carlos Espinoza Rachel Faires Feranza Fazal Chris Figueira

Richard Fisher Diane Flak John Flowers A n n a Forest John Fowler T ra cy Fowler Jennifer Fox

Erin F oxx H ow ard F redrickson Kim Fritz M ic h a e l Fu Jodie Fuller Laurie Gallegos Blake G alyon

A n g e la G arcia Debbie Gaskill Laura Gaskins T hom as G ehrm ann Josh Gerwin Kelly Gill A n n e Gillespie

M a rik o Gjovig K eith G oldm an Brad G onda Susie G ordon Becky Gore N oga G otte sfeld Jim m y G rant 128

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T ra cy Griggs Brian Gray Joh n-M ich ae l Greene Randy Groves Z a ch a ry G uralnik M ik e Gurley Becky G uyker

Rob H a ffe r Richard Hale M ic h a e l Han Kenny Hansel Brad H andy W illiam R. Hansen

D avid H a rd e k o p f Cherie H arder D aw n H arper A llo y d Harris T ra cy H a rt C indy H a rtw a y Eddie H arvey

V an ce H a tle r T ra cie Havens D ouglas H e nke Trisha H ernandez Jennie H e rrm ann Chris Higbie R obert H ilton

Lily Hinsley Judy H olley Sandra H olley Kris H o lt Rachel H o ne y S um iko H ong John H o pkin s

D avid H o p w o o d Greg H orn Lily Hsu Priscilla Hsue S tephanie Hue D avid Hughes A u d ra H u m ph re y

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S co tt H u n t C raig H urley H olly H yde Josh Jackson T ricia Joram illo James Ja rre tt Brian Jensen

C a rol Johnson C hristian Johnson Jenny Johnson S cott Johnson Chris Jones Dan Jones Stephanie Jordan

Lisa Judd S oko na K am ara T erry K arki C orey Kashiwa Jackie Keane A n n Keller M ik e Kelley

Janice Kim Karla Kingsbury Shannon Kinnison Sheri Klein Lorri K ne cht Chris K nigh t A m y Koenig

T o m K osty T h o m a s Kriese Laurie K rohn T ra cy K u rte n b a ch C hristy Lacey Sherri L a d a b o u r K aty Lebeda

Shirley Lee M a rio Leyba Drew Lieber G erry Lind stro m Laura L in fo rd C arla Lopez G eraldine Lopez

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Terese M o ie r M a rg o t M a le y Bill M a re k Julie M a rsh Dierdre M arsh all Pat M a rte ll A n to in e tte M a rtin e z

Claudene M a rtin e z Je ff M a rfz Laura M a sch e ro n i Bill M a ffe i T ega n M a tth e w s M ic k e y M a tu s z a k Pat M a x V icki M cC a u le y Jean M cC le n d o n Dona M cC o m a s W ayne M c C o rk le V icki M c D o w N a th a n M c G a rity Charlie M cK e e T o m M cK e e ve r H e a th e r M cK e n n a Pat M c L a u g h lin Dan M e a d e D arren M eadow s Greg M ech els Kim M e d in a

A n d y M e ie r Peter M ilew ski M issy M ille r C hristy M illig a n A nd ers M o lle r John M o lt

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D iane M o rris D an M o rris o n Kristie M o rse Steve M o se ly Steve N a iva r M ik e N e erg aard Brenda N em ec

V ic k i N e w la nd er Chris N e w m an Stephen Ney K a th lee n N ickel Fred N o erd lin ger Delia N o rm a n M ik e N o rth ro p

V alerie O du m M a rk O rte g a A m y O rtiz LeRoy O rtiz Jay O sborne Nelson Parish John Pendergrass

Pat Pennewill Jan Peterson M a rk Phillips Karin P ongratz Greg P o tte r James Powell Jerry Powley

Anna Priedhorsky C h a n ta l Pruvost N ew el Ramsey D oug Rauber D aw n Rayburn Shawna Rea M issy Reese

La ura Reich M ik e Reidy Dan Rice T o m Riche M a tt Roach Jennifer Robinson T o m Robinson


M a rla Robson K a th y R okop Paul R osenblatt M e la n ie Roshto Joe R o th rock Dawn R ow ton Sherrye Roybal

Dennis Royer Rich Rum iner M a rk R u th erford Kevin Rygg M a rk Salazar C h a rlo tte Sampson S cott Sandry

Lori Schneider Diane Schom m er Lisa Schwalm D eborah Schwegler D am on Seaw right S cott Sham pine

Janice Sheldon John Shepard Jim Shipley Lisa Sim enstad Diana Siverts John Skinner Chris Smith T a m m y Smith

Lee Souders Jennene Sparks Darril S ta ffo rd A m y Sfanley Kevin Stark Brenda Steinberg C arlos Stevens

M ic h a e l Stine S co tt T a ka cs Ellen T allerico T o p h e r T ape T a m m ie T a ta Shawn T e d fo rd Lara Telle

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Erik T ru a x T im T u c k e r G ary T u ning Alyssa T u rn e r Kristin U m b a rg e r Issac V are la W ill V erzino

R obert Vigil D ave V o g t H o pe W a g n e r Rick W ang en M ic h a e l W ard Kelly W a rn e r Vanessa W arren Laura W ashb urn Steve W a ta n a b e M a ry W ells Cheri W heeler K a th y W heeler Tim W h ite c o tte n K ath erin e W h itty

Brian W ickh a m A n g e la W illiam s Debbie W illiam s Ted W o lc o tt R obert W o lf Ken W o o d ru ff M ich e le W rig h t

Ted Y am a d a Pat Y o rk M a tt Y o u n g Steve Y o u n g

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L a n o ra A b e y ta Randy A d a ir M e lin d a A ld rich M a ry A ld rid g e Paul A m e d u ri Ian A nd rew s Elaine A rc h u le ta

Felicia A rc h u le ta Frances A rc h u le ta Le o n a rd A rm ijo Steve A rm ijo Les A rm s tro n g Joel A rn in k Jen nife r A rn o ld

Jam ie Aslin L e if A u g u s to n Je ff A yars C hrisfa Baer Rob Baldonado A d a m Barnes M ich e lle Barthel

M a rg a re f Bdzil S co tt Beguin Elizabeth Behrens Dan B ettin ger M a ra B everw yk T o b y Bhatia Paul Biehl

Janene Blankenship M ich e lle Bleiweis Julie Brainard A n n a M a rie Brandow M ik e Brazfield Greg Brew ton A n d re a Brinsko


Cecilia Brown Elaina Brown Travis Brown Rob Brownell M ich e lle B runton Stephen Buescher Leah Burris

Leslie Buzbee Elizabeth B ob b e tt V an ce Boone Perrin Bowling W ong eci Bow m an W ord B oyock Deno Cam pbell

John C o no von Iro C a tro n Lesley Caudill Laura Cave A b ra n Chavez David A. Chavez Bobbie Chiles

D anny Christen M elissa C hristiansen Tricia C lark D orian Colvin Sherri C o o k K enny Cope Kristi C o u lte r

Lisa Crane David C ream er James C rem er Paul C riscuolo Janet Croasdell Kris C row ley T ro y C u cchia ra

M a t t C ushing D o ug D ahlby John D a n fo rth J e ff Dare '

J e ff Davis D avid Dees Fred D eLaC ruz


M o n ic a D erouin Justin D e W itt V alerie D e W u lf Sean Digby Leah D iM a rc o Juniper Driskell Russell D ro ke

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M ic h e a l Fink Denielle Fisher Keegan Fisher Richard Fisher K ath ryn Fitzgerald Lizzie Foley

Don Forehand Greg Foster T o n y Fox Kirk Fretwell Debbie Fritz Diane Fritz M is ty G allim ore


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D eanna Handel John H a nlo n Chris Hansen Jennifer Hanson Eugenia H a rb e rt Krista H ardie David H arrison

Daryl H astings Frances H arvey Kyle H ayden C indy H e a th Lori H e cke r Claire H enderson A m y H enniger

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Elizabeth Kerr A lison King T orri King A bb ie K irk p a tric k D an K la p e tzky M itc h e ll Klein

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Christine Longm ire M ik e Lorio Joe L o u ck C harly L o v a to A a ro n Luginbill M ic h e a l Lym an Brenda Lynch

Daniel Lyons David M a n sfie ld Shela M a rsh a ll Bret M a rtin Jennifer M a rtin Leann M a rtin

Lori M a rtin e z M ik e M a rtin e z N icole M a rtin e z Laura M a sch e ro n i M a tt M a x Erin M cC a b e David M c C u rd y

V ic k i M c D o w Richard M cK e e Jill M cL a u g h lin H e a th e r M c M a s te r B en ne tt M e a d Shane M e d lin Josie M e lvin

Lauren M e n lo ve Ryan M e s to n M a u ra M ille r N a ta lie M ille r Craig M ilro y O la f M in g o Rachel M in o r

Lara M ira n d a T ana M o n ta n o Craig M o o re M ic h a l M o rd e c h a i M a rk M o rris Lea M o rris o n Ed M o w e ry


M elissa M ye rs W a d e M ye rs Sam Nasise T o n y a Neal Je ff Neuls A le x N icke l M ik e N icolini

D avid A. N ix Rachel N o erd lin ger C a th y O liver Kelley O liver M a rk O rte g a A m y O rtiz Sean O sborn

H e a th e r P aciotti Elizabeth Pack Kali Palmer C ory Parker Robert Parker Kevin Payne Darlene Pelzer

Je ff Perdue M e la n ie Pefers R ocky Polk Chris Pollard S co tt Pom eroy S co tt Porter Cheri P o tte r

James Powell Beth Prenger Colleen Price Shari Putm an Kevin Ramsey M ik e Ramshaw A m y Rhorer

M a tth e w Rice Shannon Rick Brian Riepe Jason Riley G ary Roach Jennifer Robinson Jim R okop

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Je ff Sanchez M a rk Sapir M a rg a S cachterle John Scharber David Schillaci Zeus Schwalm T ra cy Shipm an

A le x Silva M ik e Simonsic David Smith Lori Smith Sean Smith Jennifer Snodgrass C and ace Spore

S cott Steele Justin Stege Brenda Steinberg Kevin Stokes Je ff Stovall Lisa S tu d e b a ke r D erek Swanson

Janna Szalay Ed T a b o r T o p h e r T ape Jesse T a y lo r Paul Thiessen Bryan T hom a s Keri T h o m p so n

Steve T h o rn to n W a yn e T o rre z Joy T orres S tacy T rezon a Erik T ru a x P atrick T rujillo V in ce T rujillo U3


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M a n d y V ikd a l D avid V irch o w Roy V isarriages D ave V o g t M a rk W a c h te r M a t t W alters Deidre W a m p le r

La ura W a n e k Jennice W ebe r D oug W eiss Cheri W hee le r N ik k i W h ita k e r M a rk W hite Jon W ilkins

Debbie W illiam s M ich e le W rig h t Ted Y am a da Daniel Y o u n g P atty Y o u n g A n d re a Z a k a r W rig h t Zim m erly

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Danelle T orres 1. M elissa Lind m an, Lizzie Foley, and A b b ie K irk p a tric k picnic on th e lawn. 2. Julie H o ffm a n n has h a lftim e blahs. 3. W h a t did yo u say yo u w a nted ?

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Joy Beery A ssistant Principal Bob Gruell A ssistant Principal John Reninger A d m in istra tio n m

Jean Neely Dean o f Students Joe Boguslawski A th le tic D irector Don Beene A ctivitie s D irecto r

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M a rty A lb e rt/P E Jeanne A lle n /S p e c ia l Ed Linda A n d e rs o n /E o re ig n La ng ua ge W a lte r A rc h u le ta /E o re ig n La ng ua ge Ray A sb e lle /S cie n ce

Larry B aca/E nglish Jolene B arthell/B usiness W ilb ur B erg qu ist/S cien ce

Paul B la ck/E nglish B etty B la cks to n e /S o c ia l Studies M a rg a B o e d e k e r/P ra c tic a l A rts

Darlene Breen/E nglish M ic h a e l B rin sko /S o cia l Studies Jack B ro w e r/S o cia l Studies

Sarah B u e h re r/F o re ig n La ng ua ge Jean C a m p b e ll/E n g lish Bob C a sw ell/S cie nce

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The Los A lam os N a tio n a l L a b o ra to ry as seen to d a y is a fa r cry fro m the origi足 nal b uildings th ro w n to g e th e r d uring W W ll. O ur to w n is kn ow n fo r its ch a n g 足 ing w e a th e r p atte rn s and here in O c to 足 ber cam e our first snow in the m iddle o f a fre s h m a n f o o t b a ll g a m e . W in te r sports are m ost typ ifie d by basketball. Here N ate Newsom e defines " to u r de fo r c e " against A lb uq u erqu e High. D a足 vid DeVries on the blocks.

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1. Lisa and Keri seek p ro te c tio n fro m one o f th e m an y fa ll rains a t fo o tb a ll games. 2. G OLD SQ UAD: Connie (Head) Gillespie, T erry V a n H a fte n , Jen nife r M o n to y a , T ra cy N e w k irk and Shauna M c L a rty . 3. GREEN SQ UAD: T o p , Keri Bardwell; B o tto m , Penny Gillespie, across, A m a n d a W ilson, (Head), Lisa Sharp, and B ecky Spooner. 4. Penny and Lisa ke e p in g score a t a sw im m ing m eet. 5. A m a n d a and B ecky a t an A lb u q u e rq u e gam e.

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The cheerleading squad began p ra cticin g and w o rkin g o u t in July. They p ra cticed three tim es a w eek fo r tw o hours. The cheerleaders a tte n d e d fo o tb a ll, volleyball and soccer gam es in the fall cheering season. During the w in te r sports, the Green Squad consisting o f A m a n d a W ilson, Lisa Sharp, Penny Gillespie, Kerri Bardwell and B ecky S pooner cheered a t the b oy's b asketball gam es. The Gold Squad w ith T erry V a n H a a fte n , T ra cy N e w kirk, Jennifer M o n to y a and Shauna M c L a rty cheered fo r the girls' b asketball games. Swimm ing and wrestling m eets were divided betw een the tw o groups. In th e spring, the cheerleaders again divided the baseball and tra c k events so th a t everyth in g w ould be a tte n de d .

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1. D avid D eVries b re aks an arm ta c k le to m a ke yard ag e. 4. Eric Reese being helped o f f th e fie ld by C o a ch A lb e rt and C o ach K ova cevich. 5. Rob Sharp runs w ith th e ball on a p u n t return .

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The Los A lam os High School fo o tb a ll tea m , as in previous years, had a m inim um tu rn out. But the co aching s ta ff, led by M a rty A lb e rt, d id n 't let this b o th e r them . There was even ta lk by the A ssociated Press th a t Los A lam os should consider going dow n to class A A A . The Toppers sta rte d o ff the season by losing the ir first tw o games. They d id n 't let this get the m dow n. They bounce b ack and w on big against A lb uq u erqu e High led by a to u g h defense. Then, the y traveled to A lb uq u erqu e to b ea t V alley fo r the first tim e in over five years. The tea m finished the ir winning stre ak against M o ria rty fo r a H o m e co m ­ ing victo ry and a three gam e winning streak. The Toppers traveled to play the num ber tw o ranked Gallup Bengals and pulled an upset 7-6. A fte r beating up on Espanola, th e y lost to Santa Fe which to o k them fro m a State p la y o ff berth. The T oppers ended w ith a winning season by beating fa vo re d F arm ington away. The Football tea m had one o f its best seasons in over ten years and ended up ranked ninth in the state. T h a t's p re tty good fo r a tea m th a t was only predicted to win one gam e. A t the end o f the season, Dave DeVries and Ron W arren were first te a m o ffe n sive A ll-D istrict. Frik Greiner, Keith Johnson and Fric Reese m ade second tea m A ll-D istrict. For the defensive first team A ll-D istrict were Dave DeVries and Je ff Jack; second tea m Defesne was Ron W arren.

4. M ik e Simonsic falls b a c k to th ro w a pass in a fre sh m e n gam e. 8. S o p ho m ore V a n ce H a fle r runs w ith th e ball. 9. C o a ch Shannon. 10. C o ach K ova cevich.

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KICKERS WENT TO STATE A stro ng te a m again, the varsity boys w e n t to the State to u rn a m e n t and played a g oo d gam e, b u t lost to A ca d e m y in the opening round. Billy B eckm an and W ayde M o rse , the to p scorers, led the T oppers this year. Bill Jones and Gary M a c ­ D onald did an e xce lle n t job goa l-te n din g a t State w hich was a to u g h job since th e y had just been m oved up fro m the ju n ior varsity. A strong e ffo rt was also p u t in by Evan Palmer and Greg Pirkl. The te a m seem ed to have m ore c o m m u n ity sup­ p o rt this year and a tte n d a n ce a t gam es was a t an all tim e high. N o m in a tio n s fo r the A ll-S tate team s were Evan Palmer, 1st tea m ; W ayde M orse, 2nd tea m ; and Billy B eckm an, Craig Fukushim a, John Finch, David Lee and Greg Pirkl, H onorable M e n tio n . The te a m ca ptains were W ayde M o rse , Evan Palmer and Greg Pirkl.

5 ^ -.-..V f " ’■' 1. H ead C o ach V ic to r D allaB etta. 2. Senior C o ach Louie C ernicek. 3. Craig Fukushim a lo o ks on as D avid Lee passes th e ball. 5. T eam : S co tt A lle n , Luke H o ffm a n , D avid Lee, Greg Pirkl, W ayde M o rse , Sfeve W a ta n a b e , Jason O a kle y, Evan Palmer, David K ram er, C o ach Vic D a lla B effa, D an Rice, John Finch, D oug A lc o u ffe , Billy B eckm an, M a ft A lc o u ffe , Richard R um inar, John Newell, M ik e Burris, Paul A re n d t, C o ach Louie C ernicek. 4. John Newell races fo r th e ball ag ainst A lb u q u e rq u e A ca d e m y. 6. M a tt A lc o u ffe a fte m p fs a save againsf A lb u q u e rq u e High. 7. G reg Pirkl challenges N M M I o p p o n e n t fo r the ball. 8. David Lee and W ayde M o rse w a tc h as John Finch warm s up in a pre-gam e w arm up.


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Girls Took Second A t State T he 1984 Girls Soccer Tearn had an e x ­ cellent season und e r firs t year head co ach Gail M u rp h y . A fte r finishing fo u rth in the ir district and e ntering the state to u rn a m e n t as an und e rd og , th e y d e fe a te d tw o to u g h o p p o n e n ts to earn a b erth in the ch a m ­ pionship gam e. In a re m a tch fro m last year, the varsity girls lost a close co n te st to the Eldorado Eagles, 2-1, and to o k second a t state. Erika A re n d t, R ocky Polk, and D 'N eale Parker earned 1st Team All-State honors; V alerie A p p e rt earned 2nd tea m A ll-S tate honors; and M ich e lle B raithw aite, Elizabeth B obbett, and Rebecca Farnum received h on o ra ble m entions. A ll o f the above to p p e r girls were nam ed to the AllD istrict T eam along w ith Jana B eatty, Ra­ chel N oerdlinger, and Elise Bradbury.

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1. M a n a g e r M a y a Draisin, Kristie M o rse , Allison C a rtw rig h t, C arla Lopez, M ich e lle W rig h t m a n ag er Kristen K enyon; (m iddle) C o ach Gail M u rp h y , Janna B eatty, Rachel N o erd lin ger, D ara Jones, V alerie A p ­ pe rt, R ebecca Farnum , R ocky Polk, Elise Bradbury, m a n a g e r Casey M cN e ese , N a ta lie M ille r, A ssistan t C o a ch T o m Laeser; (back) Elizabeth B ob be tt, M iria m P ack, Erika A re n d t, D 'N e ale Parker, Susie Schillaci, A n n W illiam s, M ich e lle B raith w a ite, Shirlee Tan. 2. R ocky Polk sho ots a n o th e r goal. 3. Kristie M o rs e c o n c e n tra te s on her pass. 4. C o ach Gail M u rp h y , “ I th in k w e 'll win this o n e ." 5. Elise B radbury has th a t lo o k o f d e te rm in a tio n . 6. Erika A re n d t winds up fo r a sh o t on goal. 7. A n n W illiam s charges to w a rd th e ball.

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D o ran and A n n e Smith. C o a c h Boys T eam : (back) Jiri K ub ice k, M ic h e lle W h e tte n , Bill M a iti, Fred N o erd lin ger, Kevin T an, G ary M c D o n a ld , W ill Sheperd, D o ug Cross, W a yn e M c K o rk le , Steve M a n del, A n n a P adorski, A ss is ta n t C o a ch N e ste r H er­ nandez. (fro n t) G eorge Sarw inski, C o rey Rashiwa, C ollin Haines, D avid N ew el, T o m m y C o ve rt, M a tt Hedges, John Shepperd, and Bill Jones.

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The varsity te a m had an up and dow n season this year. T hey e xpe rie n ced m any to u g h m a tche s including the state pow erhouse, Santa Fe. In district play th e y finished third behind F arm ington. There was a lo t o f ta le n f in this te a m which consisted o f fo u r seniors, nine underclassm en and one freshm an. Inconsistency was th e ir d o w n fa ll w hich led to a lo t o f fru s tra tio n . "S om edays things w ould click and som edays things did n o t,â&#x20AC;? e xplained C oach Jeanne A n n Q uinn. Laura Siemon m ade the A ll T o u rn a m e n t Team a t Santa Fe. 1. Kelly H e rrm a n n bum ps th e ball w ith Becky Feuerherd le a ks on. 2. T e a m m em bers were A n d re a W ickh a m , La ura Siemon, Jan et U pham , Lyn da H a llo ra n , (m iddle) Kerri H onsinger, K atie Y o u n g , Kelly H e rrm a n n , Ellen M a rie G ue nette, B ecky Feuerherd. (fro n t) C onnie D oolen and M ich e lle Russell. 3. N o pressure now , Janet. 4. Laura Siem on spikes th e ball ove r an o p p o n e n t's arms. 5. Beckie Feuerherd stretche s to p u t th e ball ove r th e net. 6. C o ach Q uin n shows one o f her players how to tie a shoe.

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The ju n ior varsity te a m had a lo t o f fu n during the season, b u t th e y also p u t in a lo t o f hard w o rk and saw im provem ents. They p roved the ir ability to play w ith the best and b e a t the m , too . A fe w highlights were the third place show ing at the C apital C ity T o u rn a m e n t, the win over Santa Fe in tw o gam es, and tw o close m atches w ith the D e m o ne ttes to w hom th e y barely lost earlier in the season. W ith the co nsistent talen ts o f Frances A rc h u ­ leta, Janet Croasdell, Jennie H erm an, Josie M e l­ vin and P atty Y ou n g, the freshm en tea m fin ­ ished a strong season. T ow ards the end o f the season the y d e fe a te d arch rival Santa Fe in tw o gam es and Espanola in three. W o rkin g w ith the older girls will pay o ff n e x t year when th e y be­ com e ju n ior varsity players.

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2. Frances A rc h u le ta places th e ball ove r th e net. 3. "W h e re 's " th e b a ll? " says Debbie Gaskill. 4. N ina C o rc o ra n sets th e ball as Debbie G askill w atches. 5. M issy Reese pu ts th e ball airborne. 6. Erin M c C a b e bum ps th e ball fro m th e flo o r.

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From the beginning the boys te a m was destined fo r success. Losing only one ru n ne r fro m the to p five, it lo o ke d like it w ould be the T o p p e rs' year. A fte r a slow start, th e y cam e in to stride a t the seasons fifth m eet. C a p ­ ital City. A fte r th a t victo ry, the y cam e hom e fo r the Los A lam os Invite w hich fe a tu re d the to p tw o A lb uq u erqu e team s. W est M esa and Del N o rte . Los A la ­ mos cam e o u t on top . W ith tw o s tra ig h t wins th e y were on the rig h t tra c k . The boys had b e a t­ en every te a m e x c e p t Gallup and Las Cruces. T a kin g second a t the D istrict M e e t, the boys w e n t on to place second a t the S ta te M e e t o n a c o ld ra in y m orning.

1. D oug D ahlby, Eric Englem on, M a tt W alters, Rex S appenfield, Jessie T a ylo r, David W o o d ru ff, A n d y Cassna, Chris K n ig h t, John W e lch Ken S herw ood Bob M itc h e ll, K eith G oldm an and M a x Sappenfield. Front: David W ray, Tim A lb rig h t, Tim W elch, Jim G ary, D avid L a em m ie and T o b y B athia 2. Jesse T a y lo r co m in g in a t Santa Fe. 3. D o n 't lo o k now , Rex, b u t y o u r schoelace is untied. 4. M a x and M a t t Led the w ay in the C a pita l C ity Invite. 5. Bill Schw alm k ic k in g in a t the W est M esa Invite. 6. Ken Sherw ood o ff to a fa s t start. 7. Eric E. and D avid L. nearing the finish a t A ca d e m y.


SCOREBOARD W est M esa Espanola M a n za n o A lb. Q uad. C apital C ity Los A la m o s Inv. Valley D istrict State

6th 3rd 9th 2nd 1S t 1st 3rd 2nd 2nd

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GIRLS W O N IN LONG RUN The co m p le te 1983-84 girls varsity re turne d and th e te a m a d d e d m a n y m ore runners w hich m ade th e ir prospects good. The girls, w ho were led by sen­ iors Julie G ro ff and Karen Dahlby, sta rte d the season w ith a strong p e rfo rm a n ce a t the W est M esa Invite. M id w a y th ro u g h the sea­ so n, th e T o p p e rs ca m e o u t a h e a d a t th e M a n zano Invite, a m eet w ith 26 te a m s c o m p e tin g fro m A A A A , A A A , and A A cla sse s, w ith a v ic to ry . O nly one te a m o f high cali­ b re w a s a b s e n t, S a n ta Fe— th e d e fe n d in g s ta te cham pions, w ho had given the T oppers problem s all year long. The te a m quali­ fied fo r State and placed second.

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SCOREBOARD W est M esa Espanola M anzano A lb. Q uad St. Kates C apital City Los A la m o s Inv. Valley D istrict State

3rd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd

1. (Back) Julie G ro ff, T am i Hildner, A n 足 gela B eckm an, C hristina W ip f, Liz Bar足 clay, Elizabeth D ra ke, G retche n W a l足 ters, Keegan Fisher, W an g e c Bow m an, (fro n t) Rachel A lb rig h t, Karen Dahlby, Lisa Brackbill, K a th y A te n c ia , Kirsten L in d b e rg a n d D a n ie lle D u k o w itz . 2. C o ach Larry Jeffryes. 3. K a th y A te n c io keeps th e pace. 4. Susie goes on. 5. W a n g e ce Bow m an leads while Kirsten fo llo w s clo se ly. 6. A n g e la B e c k m a n fig h ts th e pain. 7. Karen D ahlby goes in stride, 8. Keegan Fisher ta lk s to G re tch 足 en W althers. 9. The sta rtin g line.

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Basketball Team Was Adjusting A d ju s tm e n t, fru s tra tio n , and success were ingredients fo r th e varsity bas足 k e tb a ll tea m . U nder C o ach M ik e Brinsko the te a m u n d e rw e n t m an y changes this yea r including a new co a ch in g s ta ff. C o a ch Brinsko was a co a ch in C o lo ra d o and ach ie ved an im pressive reco rd o f a 279-88 win-loss reco rd. He was co a ch o f fh e yea r fo r tw o years in a row . He b ro u g h t w ith him a new m e th o d o f playin g and a slogan o f "h a n a d w e e d a d ," w h ich was associated w ith an aggresive defense. C o a ch Brinsko sfressed te a m w o rk. The tri-ca p ta in s fo r th e T o p p e rs were senior John P otter, senior Joe W il足 liams, and ju n io r Rick Lujan. Senior N a te N ew som was th e leading scorer while senior John P o tte r was th e to p re b o u n d e r fo r th e te a m . S trong p e rfo r足 m ances were tu rn e d in by ju n io r K.C. H o lde r and s o p h o m o re Erik Benson. The T opp ers were going th ro u g h a rebuilding phase and a perio d o f ad ju st足 m en t. In th e process th e y w ere gaining co n fid e n ce , poise, and co n tin u e to be to u g h con tend ers in A A A A b a sketba ll. John P otter, N a te N ew som e and Ricky Lujan m ade the A ll D istrict Tearn while John was also n o m in a te d to the N o rth All-Star Team .

VARSITY SCORES LA 53 65 48 55 53 45 53 48 56 72 49 45 45 56 71 51 72 46 42 53 45 69 51

A lb uq u erqu e 61 Los Lunas 60 St. Pius 62 Sandia 51 A lam osa 42 Rio Grande 64 W est M esa 54 Valley 55 H ighland 64 Gallup 3 0 T 71 Farm ington 65 C A P IT AL CITY St. Pius 58 Bernalillo 65 St. M ike s 67 Espanola 45 D elN orte 63 SantaFe 63 Gallup 62 Farm ington 75 Espanola 43 D elN orte 67 SantaFe 47 5 O T D istrict 3rd State 3 /2 1 -2 3


1. John P o tte r grim aces in pain as an A lb u q u e rq u e o p p o n e n t keeps him dow n w ith his elbow. 2. C o ach Brinsko ta lk s to his p laye r 3. Point gu ard Rick Lujan calls o u t the play. 4. J.V. co a ch T e rry Hiller calls tim e o u t during a gam e. 5. Freshm an co a ch Don Reid gives pep ta lk b e fo re gam e. 6. Eric Benson shoots a ro u n d Sandia's M a rk Massis. 7. Pat G arcia p u t in tw o durin g a J.V. gam e.


1. W ill Stoipe lays up one fo r tw o against A lb u q u e rq u e High. 2. N a te N ew som e bulls his w ay past tw o Sandia defenders. 3. Steve Rojas saves a n e ar ou t-o f-bou nd s. 4. M a rk M o rris reaches fo r a high pass. 5. Kyle H ayden brings the ball dow n co u rt. 6. Pat M c C o rm ic k com es un de r the b a ske t w ith a Bulldog h o t on his tail. 7. Dean M o rte n s o n sho ots fro m th e outside.

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JV SCORES LA 68 73 45 57 51 63 43 49 57 54 46 63 48

A lb uq u erqu e Los Lunas St. Pius Rio Grande Sandia A lam osa W est M esa V alley H ighland Gallup Farm ington Espanola Del N o rte Santa Fe Gallup Farm ington Espanola Del N o rte Santa Fe

FROSH SCORES

67 59 48 73 66 48 73 71 58 50 61 52 53

LA 30 37 42 37 41 63 43 39 55 46 59 59

Santa Fe Espanola Pojoaque St M ike s Taos Pojoaque Taos St M ike s St C atherines Santa Fe OT Espanola W. Las Vegas Santa Fe Prep

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VARSITY V a rsity Basketball: Back Row: A gn es Vallejos, Erika C o o p e r, m anagers. K.C. H o lde r, N a te N e w som e, Jay W aller, John P otter, Eddie Baldwin, Joe Foster, Pat M c C o rm ic k , Randy H odges, C o a ch M ik e Brinsko. M id d le Row: D ean M o rte n s o n , K e n t M o rte n s o n , Rick Lujan, A rik Benson, Dan G uevara, Pat G arcia. Front: Rob H a fn er. J.V. B asketball: Back Row: W e n d y Erikson, Sherri L a da ba ur, m anagers. Steve Rojas, J e ff C roasdell, W ill Stoipe, James Olsen, John C a m aran , Ed Butler, Fred N oerlinger, C o ach T e rry Hiller. F ront Row: M a rio Leyba, Rick U libarri, K e n t M o rte n s o n , Randy Hodges, Pat M c C o rm ic k , Pat G arcia, Jim Shipley, Steve Gosling. Freshm an B asketball: B ack Row: Eric W illc o tt, Dan B ettin ger, M a rk M o rris, John H o lde r, G reg Foster, Eric E nd erb rock, Paul Biehl, W rig h t Z im m erly, M a t t C ushing. F ront Row: M a n a g e r N icole M a rtin e z , M ik e M a rtin e z , Kyler H a yde n, C o a ch D on Reid, Sean Smith, Craig M ilro y , G rant Jenson, Lesly Caudill, M a n a g e r.

This year's Junior V arsity B asketball p ro gram was one o f steady im p ro ve m e n t. W ith a new co aching sta ff fo r T o p p e r basketball, the Junior V arsity tea m had som e problem s early in the ye ar adjusting to a new style o f basketball. C oach Hiller's co n tin u a l emphasis on defense and fu n d a m e n ta ls paid o ff in the long run with the Junior V arsity show ing a lo t o f prom ise a t the end o f the season. The freshm an record was 4-10. M a rk M o rris led the te a m in points w ith 100 p oints fo r the season. Eric En­ d e rb ro ck had the best scoring average w ith 8 points per gam e. The o ffe n se was run by M a rk M a rtin e z and Kyle H ayden, the guards. Rebounding was one o f the team s strengths. Paul Biehl was the m ost consistent player on the team . Richard M cK e e was the m ost im proved player. The te a m lost several gam es by only one or tw o points. The te a m was coach e d by Don Reid and the te a m ca pta in s were M a rk M o rris and Kyle Hayden. This tea m has the p o te n tia l to be a g re a t te a m in the fu tu re .

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UNDERCLASSMEN HAD TALENT Frosh Scores O pponent S anta Fe Los Lunas Espanola Pojuaque JV Santa Fe Taos T aos P ojuaque JV St. Pius Santa Fe Espanola T aos

43 25 66 37 33 48 50 52 52 36 34 48

LA 25 24 35 26 28 43 48 20 441 31 31 22

FROSH: J a n e t C ro a s d a le , Julianne Johnson, Jennifer Ffanson, Debbie Fritz, M a rg o t M a le y, De足 anna H andel, M a ra Beverw yk. Front row : Dena C am pbell, C a n 足 dace Spore, Leanne M a rtin , Ra足 chel N o e rd lin g e r, L u a ra C ave. N o t p ictu red : Sheri C o o k, Dave C o o k, coach.

JV Scores O pponent Taos Los Lunes Eldorado Valley W est M esa H ighland Espanola Gallup F arm in gton Santa Fe St. Pius Del N o rte Espanola Santa Fe Rio G rande Gallup F arm in gton Del N o rte Belen

35 12 29 32 42 33 49 44 40 45 42 38 35

LA 46 62 43 50 43 37 56 40 34 33 52 37 61

1. T o m Shafer lo o ks o ve r his well p lo tte d o ffen se. 2. Laura Cave puts up a layup fo r tw o. 3. Christ! M o rse lo oks fo r a pass while Valerie A rm ijo lo o ks on. 4. Yes, I can chew gum , dribble, a n d p la y b a s k e tb a ll a t th e sam e tim e says Stacy G reg足 ory. 5. Dave C o o k che cks o u t the scoreboard.

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The freshm en tea m show ed g re at e ffo rt, b ut cam e up short this year. Six o f the ir gam es were lost by five points or less. C onsidering th a t this is a new p ro gram a t the high school, the girls fa ce d a to u g h task and gave it the ir best.


The JV tea m presented em inent ta le n t and poise w ith three o f the starters o n ly fre s h m e n a n d th e o th e r tw o s o p h o m o re s . A nd i Brinsko, T ra cy Shipm an, and Rocky Polk may only be freshm en, b ut one c o u ld n o t h a v e k n o w n th a t by the ir p erform ances o n th e c o u r t. T h e tw o sophom ore starters were C h r is ti L u n d b e r g a n d K athy W heeler a lterna tin g w ith C in d y B row n. T o m Shafer, the head coach, also had a reliable bench to w o rk w ith consisting o f C h a n ta l P ro vo st, Jennie Johnson, V alerie A rm ijo , Shannon Kinnison, Stacy G regory, and Kristi M orse. The girls w on th e ir firs t eight gam es stra ig h t and w ent on to a successful season.

B a c k ro w : T o m S h a fe r, coach, C h a n ta l P ru v o s t, J e n n ie J o h n s o n , T r a c y S h ip m a n , C h ris ti L u n d b e rg , V a le r ie A r m ijo , K a t h y W h e e le r . F ro n t ro w : A lis o n B a ile y , m a n a g e r ; R o cky P olk, S han­ non Kinnison, A n d i B r in s k o , S ta c y G re g o ry , K r is t i M o rse , A m y C arrol, M a n a g e r.

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TOPPER GIRLS BOUNDED TO THIRD IN STATE It was a well e xe cu te d year fo r the girls' varsity baske tba ll tea m under head co ach C h u ck G arrett. The girls p ro du ce d e xce lle n t e ffo rt and used th e ir skill fo r a successful year w inning fhe D isfrict C ham ­ pionship and ta k in g third in State. Five seniors re tu rn e d to the c o u rt this year along w ith five juniors and one sophom ore. T ori S argenf's co m m a n d in g leadership, JiJi Jones' quickness, N a n cy Foley's h o f o ufside shot, and Laura Siemons and Kerry H onsinger's strong inside gam e were the keys to a w inning season. A n o th e r im p o rta n t elem ent was the p ow erfu l, reliable sixth m an, M o n ic a Kjellman. To to p th a t, the T oppers had a solid and su pp o rtive bench consisting o f Debbi Smith, D 'N eal Parker, A n n e tte Brown, Karen Bennion, and Cindy Brown. W ith the experience com ing up n e x t year and the well coached T o p p e r b asketball p ro gram , the fu tu re looks bright. Due to a knee injury, Pam C andler, a senior, was fo rc e d fo drop o u t early in the season and was sincerely missed, b u t she was hired as the assis­ ta n t co ach o f the girls' te a m a t the m idschool.

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T e a m m em bers included: B ack row : C o a ch C h u ck G ar­ re tt, co a ch , C o a ch Gail M u rp h y , Pam C andler, A n n e tte Brow n, La ura Siemon, M o n ic a K jellm an, T o ri Sarent, Debbi Sm ith, co a ch T o m Shafer. F ro n t row : Jennifer Estrel, M a n a g e r; K a re n B e n n io n , K e rry H o n sin g e r, D 'N e al Parker, N a n cy Foley, JiJi Jones, C indy Brown, Ethan H onnell, m an ag er. N o t p ic tu te d : K a th y M cC lain , m a n a g e r; T o m C o o k , coach. 1. JiJi Jones snags th e ju m p ball. 2. M o n ic a Kjellm an puts up a sho t fo r a b u c k e t. 3. C h u c k G a rre tt tells 'em how it is a t a tim e out.

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SCOREBOARD O pponent Taos Los Lunas Eldorado A la m o g o rd o Cibola Eldorado Valley W est M esa H ighland Espanola Gallup Farm ington Santa Fe St. Pius Del N o rte Espanola Santa Fe Rio Grande Gallup F arm ington Del N o rte Belen D istrict State

46 30 42 33 26 58 26 45 41 50 42 30 36 41 31 32 39 46 46 30 31 39 1st 3rd

LA 67 83 40 42 54 38 61 44 42 79 36 41 58 34 48 73 53 40 48 31 50 45

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Dedication Drove Tankers To State A lth o u g h the tea m had fe w re tu rn ­ ing swim m ers and a p o o r tu rn o u t, the boys pulled to g e th e r to have a strong te a m under C oach Steve M yers, W ith th e le a d e rs h ip o f c a p ta in s B ria n W o o ds and T o m Q uigley, the only seniors, the boys d eveloped in to a te a m ready fo r success a t State. Both the swim m ing team s w o rke d hard ev­ ery day p ra cticin g , swim m ing up to 10,000 yards a day, liftin g w eights, and m e ntally tra in in g fo r meets. The tea m p ra ctice d tw ice a day three tim es a week. This was a yo un g tea m w ith a lo t o f ta le n t. Strong swim mers fo r the boys' te a m were Eric Boland in fly, Chris M o fle y in b ack, John M a cFarlane in breast, Brian W oods and Pat M cL a u g h lin in distance free, and T om Q uigley in sprint free.

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SCOREBOARD H ighland Free Santa Fe M a n z a n o Inv. Eldorado Cibola-Del N o rte Farm ington Highland-Sandia A lb. A ca d e m y Rio G ra nde-M anzano State

2nd 1st 1St 1st 2nd 1St 1St 2nd 1St

(Front) M a t t W h ite c o tto n , Brian W oods, T o m Q uigley. (M iddle) C oach Steve M yers, T hom a s G ehrm ann, John M a cF a rla n e , Chris M o tle y , Kevin B oland, Chris Shannon. (Back) Eric Boland, M a t t W alters, D avid M o tle y , Pat M c L a u g h lin , Ftow ard F rede rickso n, Tim W h ite c o tto n . 2. John M a cF a rla n e and his re fle c tio n o f exce lle nce . 3. C o a ch Steve M ye rs gives Sherri N e w m yer th e splits while A n n a Forrest lo o ks on. 4. Tim W h ite c o tto n m odels th e la te st ha irstyle fro m Paris. 5. Eric B oland w aves to his M o m . 6. D avid M o tle y tries to escape g e ttin g w et. 7. A lo n g line o f excellence.

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Consistent Victors Maintained Excelle W ith illness and injuries plaguing the te a m this year the girls' te a m c o n tin u e d to show the ir tra ­ d itio n o f excellence. The te a m held to g e th e r to have a w inning season. They had an impressive win a t the M a n z a n o Invite having placed first and second in alm ost every event. Las Cruces, w ho stole the girls' title tw o years ago, were the re , placing second b ut the T o p p e r girls d o u ­ bled the ir score. This year's te a m was headed by ca ptains Laura Nelson and Suzy Collins. It was a large te a m and the yo un g er swim m ers proved to be an asset. A n n a Forrest, a sophom ore, had an e xcellen t season b re akin g her own school record in the 100 Breast. O th e r stro ng points fo r fhe T o p p e r te a m were Suzy Collins in breastro k e ; Laura Nelson, A u d ra H um phrey, and A m y H enniger in fly; Laura Nelson in b ack; M issy Pena and N afalie M ille r in disfance free; Desiree M a rr and Lara H ufson in m iddle dis­ fa n ce free and N ancy S pallitta and A m y H en­ niger in sprint free. The girls had a n o th e r e xcel­ lent state m eet this year, holding on to the ir State C ham pion Title.

Back row : M a n a g e rs Sherri N e w m ye r and Libby T h o m p so n ; M issy Pena, Suzy Collins, N a ncy S pallitta, Desiree M a rr, La ura Nelson. M id d le row : C o a ch Julie Johnson, Keri T h o m p so n , M a rg a re t Bdzil, T a m a ra Klein, N a ta lie M iller, A u d ra H u m p h re y, A n n a Forrest, Amy H enniger. F ront ro w — N a n cy Stallings, H olly T h o m , Renee M a rr, H e a th e r H u m ph re y

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SCOREBOARD H ighland Free Santa Fe M a n za n o inv. Eldorado Cibola-Del N o rte Farm ington Highland-Sandia A lb. A ca d e m y Rio G rande-M anzano State

2nd 1st 1St 1st 1St 1St 1St 1st 1st

I . A m y H e nn ige r ta k e s a b re a th , 2, H e a th e r H u m ph re y and Lara H u tso n w a it fo r th e ir tu rn in th e relay. N a ta lie N elson and T a m a ra Klein che er th e te a m on. 3. N a ncy S pallitta and Brain W o o d s ta k e a b re a k du rin g th e m eet. 4. Desiree M a rr keeps th e c o u n t while Lara H u tso n and La u ra N elson lo o k on. 5. N e arin g th e end o f th e m eet.

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T he T o p p e r w re stling te a m consisted of: B ot­ to m row : T im Stelts, D avid V irch o w , Dan Erickson, S co tt D ow ning, T ra cy Fowler, Jay O sborne, T ro y C u cchia ra, Jim R okop, 1st row : Lenny A rm ijo , Ted Y a m a d a , T im T u c k e r, D a m on S eaw right, Steve A rm ijo , Ronnie G arcia, M ik e M a x , 2nd row : Kevin Ramsey, D avid Law m m ie, T ravis Brown, Jim Gary, M ik e Burris, W ayde M o rse , Ron Hildner, G ary Gill, A rt Sparks, R obert H e rtrich , Bob M itc h e ll, T op row : C o ach T h a lm a n , Bret M a rtin , Kelly Kelso, G reg P irkle , D a n S alom e , C h ris H e rtric h , Eric Payne, Pat H e rtrich.

2. Chris H e rtrich w o rks fo r a re­ ve rse h a lf n e ls o n in a v a rs ity m atch. 3. A rt Sparks tries to gain c o n tro l fo r th e ta k e d o w n .

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SCOREBOARD V alley A lb u q u e rq u e High Bernalillo Taos St. M ich a e l's Espanola Del N o rte G allup Belen Santa Fe F arm in gton

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I . Kelly Kelso clam ps dow n on the head o f his o p p o n e n t. 2. Freshman Bret M a rtin sho ots fo r a ta k e d o w n . 3. Jay O sborne g e ttin g ready to spin behind fo r co n tro l.

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The varsity line up fo r sta te ; 1st Row 98 lbs. Jay O s b o rn e , 112 lbs. T im T u c k e r, 119 lbs. W a yd e M o rse , 126 lbs. Ron G ar­ cia, 132 lbs. Bob M itc h e ll, 138 lbs. Kelly Kelso, 145 lbs. Greg Pirkle, 155 lbs. Eric Payne, 167 lbs. Chris H e r tr ic h , 185 lb s. B re t M a rtin . N o te : G ary Gill, M ik e M a x and A rt Sparks are shown because th e ir w e ig h t classes w e re still undecided a t the tim e o f the picture.

For first year co a ch Rick T h a lm a n , th in g s lo o ke d go od fro m the start. A b o u t fo rty kids were o u t fo r th e te a m this year, and fo r the first tim e th e freshm en w e re a t t h e h ig h school. The te a m had a ll v a r s ity w r e s tle r s b a c k fro m la s t ye a r. C o ach T h alm an w a s n 't w ith o u t som e g o o d e x ­ p e rie n c e d help. L a rry B a c a a n d R ic h a r d H am m er, b o th alum ni o f th e to p p e r w restling p r o g r a m , w e re a b le and willing to give th e ir kn o w le d g e o f th e sp o rt t o t h e k id s . S c o t t K napp, a fo rm e r co l­ lege w restler, was also a g r e a t h e lp t o th e te a m . T he T opp ers fin ­ ished w ith a 5-6 record. G reg Pirkle, Bret M a r­ tin , Eric P ayne, C hris H e r tr ic h , W ayde M o rs e , and T im T u c k e r all tu rn e d in a v e ry s tro n g p e r fo r ­ m ances.

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TOPPERS SPRANG TO VICTORY

The T o p p e r gym nasts opened the ir season w ell, d e fe a tin g th e visitin g H ighland H ornets. For the first tim e, the gym nasts had th e ir own facility. The m ats and a pp a ra tu s were p e r­ m a n e n t fix tu re s a t Pueblo and the girls were really "h o m e ". W ith coach, Floyd Nelson, and assistant, C athy C o ttin g a m e , the girls w o rke d a lo t on the ir tum bling. Nelson said th a t each o f the girls knew where the y were and knew w h a t th e y needed to w o rk on, so th e y all had a chance to w o rk in the ir special areas. Nelson tried to give each gym nast a chance in every m eet. Each girl w o rke d to add th a t special to u c h to her routines. Strong T o p p e r gym nasts were Diane Fritz on the v a u lt and flo o r exercise, Susie M u rp h y on the bars and beam , and Kirstin Boudreau on the va ult and flo o r exercise.

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The 1984-85 Los A la m o s Hillt o p p e r B oys a n d G irls G o lf Team s re tu rn e d w ith yo un g b ut seasoned players. C h u ck G ar­ re tt re turne d fo r his second year as coach. The boys, te a m co n ­ sisted o f all underclassm en, b ut the y were all well experienced g o lfe rs . R e tu rn in g g o lfe rs in ­ clude Brian Z o n g k e r, G oerge S a rw in s k i, a n d te a m le a d e r W rig h t Zim m erly. The girls te a m re tu rn e d this year as d efe nd in g State C ham ­ pions. Leading this year's team was re turning le tte rm a n Christy C h ile s , w h o has b e e n a to p q u a lifie r since h e r fre s h m a n year. Also re turning were Christi Lundberg, A n n e tte M ille r and Bobbi Chiles hoping to e xte n d the girls' success. Boys Team m em bers include: V a n c e B o o n e , G o e rg e S a r­ winski, W rig h t Z im m erly and Bri­ an Z ongker. Girls tea m m em bers include; Christy Chiles, Bobbi Chiles, A n ­ n e tte M ille r and Christi Lund­ berg.

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INDEX ABEYTA LENORA 136 ADAIR RANDALL EVAN 136 ADAIR SCOTT A I M AD AM S CHRISTOPHER 126 AINSWORTH LARISA L 126, 198 ALBRIGHT M ATTHEW T I M ALBRIGHT RACHEL A 44 ALCOUFFE DOUGLAS 126, 167 ALCOUFFE M ATTHEW 114, 167 ALDRICH MELINDA CAROLYN 136 ALDRIDGE M AR Y S I 36 ALGARRA LISA K 126 ALGIRE SCOTT W 44 ALLEN ANDREW SCOTT 44, 167 ALLEN DOLORES G ALLEN JASON 126 AMEDURI J PAUL 136 ANDERSON D AN A L ANDERSON MARK J 44 ANDREWS DONALD H ANDREWS IAN B 136 ANDREWS REBECCA A 44, 85 ANDRUS TIFFANY RAE 126 APGAR SEAN E 1 14 APP TIM OTHY APPERT VALERIE 126, 168, 210 ARAGON M AR TY J ARCHULETA ELAINE M 136 ARCHULETA FELICIA 136 ARCHULETA FRANCES M 136, 174 ARCHULETA JAMES D 164 ARCHULETA JOSEPH 126 ARCHULETA MICHAEL I I 4 ARENDT ERIKA A 82, 110, 168 ARENDT PAUL NELSON 167 ARMIJO BEN A ARMIJO LEONARD RUSSELL 136, 160, 194 ARMIJO STEVEN E 114, 194 ARMIJO STEVEN V I 14 ARMIJO VALERIE A N N 126, 186, 204 ARMSTRONG BRANT R 22, 44, 106 ARMSTRONG DAVID L I ARMSTRONG LESLIE D 136 ARNINK JOEL 136 ARNOLD H MOORE 44 ARNOLD JENNIFER 136 ARTHUR BRIAN D A5BRIDGE JOSEPH R 126 ASLIN LEE JAMISON 136 ASLIN ROBERT JEFFREY 126 ATENCIO KATHLEEN M 45, 82, 178 ATWATER ELIZABETH L AUGUSTSON LEIF R 136 AUSTIN DEVI L 104 AYARS JEFFREY 22, 136 AYARS KAREN L BABER THOMAS J 106 BAER CHRISTINA I 36 BAER HELMUT DAVID 22 BAGLEY DEBORAH L I 14 BAILEY ALISON 126, 186 BAKER GUY D 44 BALDONADO JUAN R 136 BALDWIN EDWARD A 114, 160, 184 8ALL JACQUELINE E BANAR ALETHEA K BARCLAY ELIZABETH A 126 BARDWELL KERI J 18, 44, 157, 158 BARKER TERRY 126 BARKER TRACY L 44 BARNES A D A M 136 BARNES GARRETT A LA N I 14 BARNES KATHY A 35, 45, 78 BARNES MIRRI A 1 14 BARR BRENDA L 220 BARRICK JENNIFER 126 BARTHEL MICHELLE 136 8ARTO DON L BARTO MIKE T 126 BARTON M AR YANN BARTOS TIM OTHY 114 BARTS M AR Y F 45 BATEM AN JEFFREY A 45 BATES ANGELA 96 B AU TH M AN CRAIG W 45 BAWDEN BRENT LYLE 114 BDZIL MARGARET M 136, 192 BEATTY JAN NA R 45, 77, 96, 168 BECKMAN ANGELA C 45, 178 BECKMAN JOHN R BECKMANN W ILLIAM 126, 167 BEGUN SCOTT 126, 136 BEGUN STEPHANIE A 45 BEHRENS ELIZABETH 136 BELL KELLY A 45, 106

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BEMBRY KERRY BENNETT DAVID 126 BENNETT JAMES F 126 BENNION KAREN 94, 114, 188 BENSON ARIK A 150, 180, 184 BENSON BRANDON 45, 86 BENTLEY ROB M 1 14, 160 BENTLEY W ILLIAM JOHN 114 BEQUETTE DIANA L 45, 99 BERRIOS DAW N I 14 BERZINS BRYAN C 126 BETTINGER DANIEL W 136, 184 BEVERWYK M A R A CHRISTINE 126, 136, 186 BEZZERIDES ANNAM ARIE 22, 102, 126 BHATIA KERAN (TOBY) 126, 136 BHATIA SURUCHI 202 BIBEAU JOAN N A 98, 114 BIDDY C BRIAN 46 BIEHL PAUL A 126, 136, 184 BIENIEWSKI CATH Y M BIENIEWSKl MICHAEL W I 14 BINGHAM MERRIT L BINKLEY JOANNE 104, 126 BLACIC WENDY 126 BLAIR SUSAN R 11 4 BLANKENSHIP JANENE J 136 BLANTON MAURICE (MAURY) BLECHER KRISTEN M I I 4, 220 BLEIWEIS MICHELLE D 136, 170 BLEWETT KATHLEEN R 37, 45 BOBBETT ELIZABETH A 136, 168 BOBROWICZ STEPHANIE A 46 BOBZIEN HANS CHRISTOPH BOGENHOLM HEATHER 126 BOHL ALEXANDER W 114 BOLAND ERIC 190 BOLSTAD TROY H 46, 84 BOLTON HEATHER A BONE TYLER E BONGIANNI JULIET K BOONE VANCE F 136, 200 BORCH ANNE MARIE 46, 104, 106, 109 BORREGO DANIEL S 46 BORREGO JOHN I 14 BOUDREAU KIRSTEN M 46, 198 BOWLING DAVID R 46 BOWLING O M A PERRIN 136 BO W M AN CYNTHIA L BO W M AN DAVID C 46, 96, 104, 106 BO W M AN MURRAY K I M BO W M AN WANGECI R 136, 178 BO W M AN WARIGIA M BOYACK WARD 136 BOYD CODY COLE 46 BOYER SANDRA K 126 BOWDEN BRENT 160 BRADBURY ELISE S 35, 46, 82, 94, 168 BRADLEY CONSTANCE 1 14 BRAINERD JULIE A 136, 198 BRAITHWAITE MICHELLE 94, 110, 114, 168 BRANCH STEPHEN P 114 BRANDOW A N N A M I 36 BRAU PETER S BRAZFIELD MICHAEL 136 BREEN ANDREW 22, 126 BREEN JAMES HAFNER 18, 37, 43, 46 BRESHEARS ANDREW R 114 BREWER WESLEY R 135 BREWTON GREGORY A 136 BREWTON SUSANNA 35, 114 BRIDWELL DIRK N BRIDWELL DONNA BRINSKO ANDREA E 136, 186 BRINSKO CHRISTOPHER M 126, 160 BROCK W AY SUSAN L 82, 126, 174, 198 BROWMAN KAITLIN E BROWN ANNETTE LOUISE 114, 188 BROWN CASSIDY 2 1 ,2 2 , 126 BROWN CECILIA K 126 BROWN CHANELLE 126 BROWN CYNTHIA Y 126, 202 BROWN ELAINA M 126 BROWN ERIC F 126 BROWN KENNETH M 46, 202 BROWN SIOBHAN 114 BROWN TRAVIS W 126, 160, 194 BROWNELL ROBERT C 136 BRUCKER JEFFREY 22, 114, 124 BRUNTON MICHELLE 136 BRYAN JAMES A 47, 92, 94, 202 BUCKNER A D A M 126, 160 BUESCHER STEPHEN W 106, 136 BUNCH STEVEN P I 15 BUNKLEY KENNETH W 2 1 ,2 2 , 115 BURDITT RANDY 126 BURGESS WAYNE L 115 BURKETT CHRISTY LYNN 11 5 BURKETT LAURA E 16, 25, 47, 104 BURRIS MICHAEL DAVID 115, 167, 194 BURRIS RACHEL LEAH 135, 170

BUTLER TH OM AS EDWARD 184 BUTTERS JODI L 1 15 BUZBEE DOUGLAS C 14, 42, 46 BUZBEE LESLIE 136, 210 BYERS CHRISTINE APRIL CAGLIOSTRO D ONNA 115 CAMPBELL DENA L 136, 186 C A N A D A KENNETH R 126, 160 C A N A D A SUZANNE R 46 C ANA VA N JOHN C 136 CANDLER PAMELA K 46, 188 CAPPIS ANDREW C 46 CARLSON BENJAMIN C 126 CARROLL A M Y 126, 186 CARTER DONNETTE K 46 CARTER MICHELLE D 104, 126, 210 CARTER W ILLIAM B CARTWRIGHT SCOTT C 126, 202 CATLETT A8I LYNN 104, 126 CATRON IRA J 136 CAUDILL LESLEY D 136, 184 CAVE BILL 115, 126 CAVE LAURA L 136, 186 CERNICEK DAVID N CESSNA ROBIN 94, 104, 106, 115, 176 CHALTRAW DARRIN A CHALTRAW TERRY E CHAMBERLIN JOHN 115 CHANDLER BRETT 115 CHAVEZ ABRAN R 136 CHAVEZ DAVID A 136 CHAVEZ M ARIA GENEVIEVE CHAVEZ STEPHEN A 126 CHILES BARBARA D 115, 136, 200 CHILES CHRISTINA E 46, 84, 200 CHOWDHURI LESLIE 46 CHOWDHURI ROBINDRO 126 CHRISTEN DANIEL 136 CHRISTEN JACQUELINE C I 15 CHRISTIAN JESSICA L 31, 46, 72, 77, 94 CHRISTIAN M A R A E 85, 94, 115 CHRISTIANSEN ERIC D S 126 CHRISTIANSEN MELISSA 98, 99, 136, 170 CHRISTOPHERSEN ERIK 48 CHRONINGER WADE A CHUTKOW JOHN C CICHON SUE AN N 48 CLARK ROBERT P 48 CLARK TIFFANY LYNN 115 CLARK TRICIA 186 CLARKSON KERRY 85, 115 CLEMENTS JULIA D 1 15 CLEVELAND RACHEL L 1 15 COBB PAULA M 25, 104, 115 COBURN M O N IC A 35 COFFELT ROBERT G 48 COLE IAN A 115, 126 COLLATZ ANNETTE M COLLINS CHRISTOPHER W 126 COLLINS DEBORA K 48 COLLINS SUZANNE N 31, 48, 77, 102, I 10, 192 COLSTON KARA COLVIN DORIAN L 136 CONN ROY L 106, 115 COOK CRAIG JAY 126 COOK DORISANNE 115 COOK JANET K 104 COOK SHERRI K 136 COOPER ERIKA 48, 184 COPE KENNETH 136 CORCORAN CHRISTINA L 126, 174 CORCORAN WILLIAM F 43, 48, 87, 160, 209 CORDELL TODD S 126 CORDOVA ELIZABETH 115 COTTER CHARLES R JR 115, 160 COULTER KATHRYN LA N A 48, 110 COULTER KRISTI C 96, 104, 110, 136 COVERT THOM AS S 170 CRANE CAROL S 115 CRANE DANIEL L CRANE LISA KATHLEEN 33, 136 CRAWFORD M ATTHEW E 22, 106, 115 CREAMER DAVID 136 CREEK KELLY A 14, 35, 48, 72, 77, 78, 82, 90 CREMER JAMES C 136 CRISCUOLO LOUIS A 78 CRISCUOLO PAUL J 48, I 36 CRISMON SUSAN M CROASDELL JANET L 136, 174, 186 CROASDELL JEFFREY M 77, 110, 115, 160, 184 CROLEY CAROL M I 15 CROSS CATHERINE R 48 CROSS JON DOUG 170 CROWLEY KRISTINA M 136 CRUZ CARLA M 48 CUCCHIARA TROY 136, 194 CUMMINGS CHARLES R CUMMINGS KAREN A 126

CUNNINGHAM A L A N C 126 C UN NINGHAM ROBERT P 49, 82 CUSHING M A TT H E W H 102, 136, 184 CUTLER ROBIN M 49, 85 DAHL8Y DOUGLAS C 136, 176 DAHLBY KAREN J 49, 83, 126 178 D A M R A N NICOLE 83, 82, 115 D A N A SHARON ELIZABETH 126 DANEN CHRISTINE L 49 DANFORTH JOHN 136 DARE ANNE M 49, 104 DARE JEFFREY H 136 DAVIDSON DARREN 126 DAVIS JEFFREY P 136 DAVIS JOHN A N TH O N Y 126, 135, 160 DAVIS PAUL ERIC 126 DEAN N ANCY J 126 DEES DAVID 126, 136 DEGASPERI CHRISTOPHER DELACRUZ FREDDIE 137, 160 DEMUTH ERICA 78, 94 DEROUIN M O N IC A 138 DESHARNAIS JODI LEE 115 DEVRIES DAVID J 40, 49, 157, 160, 162, 164 DEWULF VALERIE 138 DICK AARON DICK CHLIU MIE 115 DIGBY SEAN PATRICK 138 D IM A R C O L E A H M 138, 174 DISON LETHA J DOBROVOLSKY KIRIL M 49, 82, 202 DODSON T DUSTY 126 DOOLEN CONNIE L 94, 115, 124, 172 DOUB JEFFREY S 126 DOWLER ROBERT C 115 DOWNING JAMES SCOTT 138, 194 DRAISIN M A Y A G 49, 115, 168, 202 DRAKE A M Y J 22, 126 DRAKE ELIZABETH A 49 DRISKELL JUNIPER M ARGO 138 DROKE RUSSELL 16, 22, 138 DUCHANE ANDREA M 138 DUCHANE DEBORAH 96, 115 DUDGEON LAURA J 126 DUFFY COLLEEN 50 DUGAN TIM OTHY I 38 DUNAGAN KATHLEEN 1 15 DUNN KELLIE DUNWOODY EMILY A 22, 104 DUONG M Y Al 126 DUSSART KEVIN C I 15, 206 DVORAK TO M D 138 DYE DEBBIE 50 DYE DEBORAH M 138 DYE GREGORY S I 15 EAGAN DIANE R 104, 126 EDGETT BETTINA 138 EDGETT HEIDI R 90, 115 DEWITT JUSTIN 138 DEHAVEN, LEANNE 198 EDINGER KATHERINE 138 EDINGER LAURA A I 15 EDWARDS CHRISTINE L 138 EICHOR SUSAN M 22, 50 EILERS KIMBERLY 128, 210 EILERT M ATTHEW B 102, 128 ELAM TO NY I 38 ELDER RICHARD D 128 ELLIOTT W ILLIAM A 106, 128 ELSNER BERNHARD J 128 EMBRY W ILLIAM NEAL JR 128 ENDEBROCK ERIC 77, 138, 184 ENGEL KAREN G 50, 94, 104, 106, 109 ENGELHARDT MICHAEL B 82, 128, 138 ENGLAND JOHN 128 ENGLEMAN ERIC 176 ENGLEMAN JON R 128 ENGSTROM TRACEY L ERICKSON DANIEL E 194 ERICKSON ERIC TODD 22, 115 ERICKSON M ATTHEW J 25, 50, 101 ERICKSON WENDY 128, 174 ERPENBECK KRIS A 138 ESPINOZA CARLOS 22, 101, 128 ESPINOZA HERNAN F 22, 94, 116 ESPINOZA NORA 22, 138 ESQUIBEL M O N IC A J ESTERL JENNIFER E 116, 188 ESTERL MICHAEL J 138 EVERETT SCOTT DEAN 116 FAIRES RACHEL A 128, 174 FARNUM REBECCA 138, 168 FARRELL JOHN P FAZAL FERZANA 128 FEATHERSTON GREGORY I 16 FEHLAU JENNY A 22, 116 FEIERTAG LINDA M 138 FELDMAN KAREN FELTS CHARLES W 109, 138, 160 FELTS KERI 94, 96, 116


FENTON DOUGLAS 138 FERENBAUGH WILLIS C 138 FERRAN ROCKY FEUERHERD REBECCA 14, 18, 40, 50, 172 FIGUEIRA E CHRISTINE 128 FILER M A TTH EW 138 FILER STEFAN 50 FINCH JOHN R 83, 116, 167 FINK MICHAEL B 116, 138 FISHER DENIELLE L 138 DANIEL ERICKSON 138 FISHER KEEGAN J 138, 178 FISHER MELISSA FITZGERALD KATHRYN D 138 FITZGERALD KRISTIN K 1 16 FLAK DIANE C 128 FLAUGH TRACY L 50, 198 FLOWERS JOHN A L A N 128 FOLEY ELIZABETH K 138, 144 FOLEY N A NC Y 50, 188 FOREHAND HARRY M AC D O N A LD 138 FOREST A N N A MARIE 128, 192 FOREST CHARLES M 35, 50 FORMAN KATHERINE C 50 FOSTER GREGORY R 138, 184 FOSTER JOSEPH R 9, 116, 184 FOWLER JOHN C 128 FOWLER TRACY A 128, 194 FOX A N TH O N Y BENEDICT 138, 160, 162, 209 FOX JENNIFER EILEEN 128 FOX SUZANNE G FOXX ERIN M 104 FRADKIN JO N ATH AN M 50, 7 1 ,9 4 FRASER A M Y S 50, 84 FRASER LAURA J 51 FRASER W ILLIAM E 8, 116 FREDERICKSON HOWARD W 128, 190 FRENCH MELISSA A 101, I 16 FRETWELL BRUCE S 94, 110, 116 FRETWELL KIRK H 138 FRITZ DEBORAH 138, 186 FRITZ DIANE E 138, 198 FRITZ KIMBERLY 128, 174, 210 FU DAVID E 5 1 ,9 2 , 94 FU MICHAEL K 128 FUEHRER GARY F 116 FUEHRER SCOTT R 51, 160 FUKA DANIEL R 22, 104, 116 FUKUSHIMA CRAIG C 116, 167 FULLBRIGHT JOHN LEE 116 FULLER JODIE L 128 GALBRAITH ROY P 116 GALLEGOS LAURIE AN N 128 GALLIMORE MISTY S 138 GAL YON CHRISTOPHER B 128 GARCIA ALEX E 139 GARCIA ANGELA M 128 GARCIA A N N A MARIE 98, 99, 139 GARCIA JOSEPH P 1 16, 180, 184 GARCIA RONNIE A 116, 160, 194 GARDNER DARRYL P 51 160, 206 FISHER RICHARD 138 GARTZ ANDREW E 102, 139 GARY JAMES W 51, 176, 194 GASKILL DEBRA A 82, 128, 174 GASKINS BRIAN 139 GASKINS LAURA L 128 GAVRON EHUD 51 GAVRON SHARON 139 GEHRMANN TH O M AS MICHAEL 128, 190 GENO LESLEY A 51 GEORGE JEFFREY A 51 GERHEART AN N M 51 GERWIN JOSHUA A 128 GIBSON A M A N D A I GIBSON ELENA GIBSON LLOYD L I 16 GIDO KEITH GIDO NEIL 51, I 16 GILL GARY S 43, 51, 78, 160, 194 GILL KELLY D 128 GILL LISA M 116 GILL REENU GILLESPIE ANNE E 128 GILLESPIE CONNIE L 116, 157 GILLESPIE PENNY K 40, 52, 90, 158 GILLIS M A R Y LOU 22, 117 GJOVIG M ARIKO 22, 128 G LA D 50N DEBORAH LEE 51 GLASS CHRISTOPHER C 139 GLASS SARAH E 52 GLOVER GREGORY L 52 GODWIN SUSAN K I 39 GOFF HEATHER 135, 139 G O LD M AN KEITH 128, 176 GOMEZ M ARTIN 139 GONDA BRADLY 128 GORDON KATHERINE M 52, 90

GORDON MARK 124 GORDON SUSAN J 128 GORE BECKY 128 GOSLING STEVEN A 1 17, 184 GOTTESFELD NOGA 128 GRANERE BRENT D 1 17 GRANT JIM 128 GRAY BRIAN E GRAY SELENE R 139 GRAY SHAUNA DENYS 139 GREEN JILL MARIE 85 GREEN TAYLOR D 139, 202 GREENE ERIN E 52 GREENE JOHN M 102, 128, 135 GREENMAN JASON M 139 GREGORY STACY E 117 GREINER ERIK G 43, 52, 160 GRIECHEN KENNETH (ROSS) 139 GRIGGS TRACY A 128 GROFF JULIE N 52, 83, 210 GROVES JAMES RANDAL 80, 128 GUENETTE ELLEN M 117, 172 GUEVARA DANIEL J 53, 184 GURALNIK ZACHARY S 128 GURLEY HOWARD LEE GURLEY MICHAEL ALA N 129 GURULE LUCINDA 53 GUSTAFSON JAMES A 139 GUTHALS JODY A 33, 53, 83, 94, 96 GUTIERREZ EVAN G 53, 206 GUTIERREZ RONALD S 53 GUYKER REBECCA L 129 HAAS JEFFREY 139 HAFFNER ROBERT 129, 184 HAGGART RONALD JR 139 HALE RICHARD D 129 HALL CHRISTINA 139, 170 H ALL SARA M 1 17 HALLORAN LYNDA SUE 117, 172, 202 HAN MICHAEL 129, 202 HANDEL DEANNA E 139, 186 H ANDY BRAD L 129, 160 H ANDY PERRY J 53 H ANLO N CATHERINE E 53, 84 H ANLON JOHN A 77, 139 HANNAFORD MICHAEL D 33, 53 HANOLD JO N ATH AN R 53 HANSEL KENNETH M 129, 206 HANSEN CHRIS 139, 160, 164 HANSEN JEFFREY C 37, 53, 86, 160, 164 HANSEN RICHARD W 53 HANSEN W ILLIAM R 129 HANSON JENNIFER A 170, 186 HARBERT EUGENIA 139 HARBUR DAV ID J 117 HARDEKOPF DAVID W 129 HARDER CHERIE SUZANNE 25, 110, 129 HARDIE ELIZABETH A 81, 117 HARDIE KRISTA R 139 HARLOW THEODORE M 117 HARPER DAW N M 129 HARRIS ALLOYD A 129 HARRIS DEBORAH N 1 17 HARRIS GILLIAN S 1 17 HARRISON CINDY 53 HANSON JENNIFER 139 HARRISON DAVID A 139 HARSHMAN LISA C 54 HART TRACY EDWARD 129 HARTW AY CYNTHIA R 129 HARTW AY ROBERT L 54, 82 HARVEY DARLENE E 117 HARVEY EDWARD 129 HARVEY FRANCES 139 HARVEY MAIRI J 117 HARVEY T A M M Y L 85 HASTINGS DARYL 117, 139 HATCHELL JON TREVOR HATLER VANCE 129, 160, 164 HAVENS TRACIE 129 HAYDEN KYLE R 139, 182 HAYES DAVID K 82, 54 HEATH CINDY 139 HECKER LINDA C 54 HECKER LORI A 129, 139, 170 HEDGES M ATTHEW O 170 HENDERSON CLAIRE 102, 139 HENDERSON GREGORY N 94, 117 HENDERSON TRENT N 54, 72, 160, 109 HENDRICK KIM D HENINS ANDREW C I 15 HENINS MARK D HENKE DOUGLAS G 129 HENNINGER A M Y K 139, 192 HENRY SHANNON L 85, 117 HERBST RITA 117 HERNANDEZ TRISHA A 129, 135 HERRMANN JENNIFER 129, 139, 174

HERRMANN KELLEY ANNE 117, 172 HERTRICH CHRIS J 16, 40, 54, 77, 160 HERTRICH PATRICK 117, 194 HERTRICH ROBERT J 139, 160, 194 HESCH JENNIFER B HIGBIE CHRISTOPHER MARK 129 HIGBIE DAVID J 117 HIGGINS LAURA L 106, 117 HILDNER CHARLES 83, 101, I 17 HILDNER RONALD B 139, 194 HILDNER TA M A R A L 54, 83 H ILLM AN ROY D I 17 HILTON ROBERT 129 H INDM AN HEATHER L 42, 54 H INDM AN HOLLY L 42, 54, 94 HINSLEY AN TH O N Y A 16, 54, 160, 162 HINSLEY LILLIAN M 129 HINTZE HEATHER 117 HINTZE HEIDI 139 HIRONS GREGORY T 139 HIRSCH PEGGY V HIRT HEATHER E 22, 104, 139 HITEMAN MARK A 1 17 HODGES RANDAL 117, 184 HOFFMAN CARRIE A 139 HOFFMAN DIEDRE A 96, 104, 117 HOFFMAN JULIE E 140, 144 HOFFMAN KARA M HOFFMAN LUCAS R 94, 117, 167 HOFM ANN LISA A 1 17 HOLDER JIM R HOLDER JOHN DAVID 140, 184 HOLDER KENNETH C 117, 184 HOLLEY JUDY 129 HOLLEY SANDRA 90 HOLMES D ONNA M I 17 HOLT KRISTEN M 129 HOLTGREWE VANCE E H OM UTH JULIE A 117 H OM UTH MARK A 54 HONEY M EAGAN R 54 HONEY RACHEL L 129 HONG SUMIKO E 77, 96, 129, 174 HONNELL ETHAN O 55, 110, 188 HONSINGER KERRY I 117, 124, 172, 188 HOOPS KALYNN 140 HOPKINS ALENE 99, 118 HOPKINS G JOHN JR 129 HOPKINS JOHN A 129, 160 HOPWOOD DAVID L 129 HORN WILLIAM I 18 HOSFORD D A M O N W HOYT BRIAN D 140 HSU LILY H 129, 174 HSUE PRISCILLA Y 129 HUE STEPHANIE J 129 HUFF JAMES I 18 HUFF JOHN W 1 18 HUGHES AARON NELSON 140 HUGHES DAVID 129 HUGHES GREGORY 22, 55, 104, 106 HUGHES JEFFREY W HUMPHREY AUDRA L 129, 192 HUMPHREY PAUL L 118 HUNT JOSEPH C 140, 160 HUNT SCOTT F 130, 160 HUNTER A M Y MARLENE 55 HUNTER EVE M 118 HURLEY CRAIG 130 HURST JOHN HUTSON LARA D 55, 192 192 HUTTON JAMES R 55 HYDE HOLLY 130 IRELAND TRAVIS R 140, 160 JACK CRAIG 55, 160 JACK JEFFREY DAVID 1 18, 160, 162 JACKSON DAVID C 118 JACKSON JOSHUA 82, 130 JACKSON JULIE 118 JACOBSON DAN 118 JAMES WENDY 118 JANDACEK A N N A 140 JARAMILLO MICHAEL JARAMILLO MICHELLE 118 JARAMILLO TRICIAR 130, 140, 174 JARRETT JAMES 130 JASON DANIEL A I 18 JENKINS EVERETT T JENSEN BRIAN REED 130 JENSEN GRANT J 102, 140, 184 JENSEN STUART R I 18 JENSEN WENDY 140 JOHNS JENNETTA M JOHNSON CAROL 130 JOHNSON CHRISTIAN 22, 130 JOHNSON DAVID L 140

JOHNSON ERIK P JOHNSON IAN C 2 1 ,2 2 JOHNSON JENNIFER D 186 JOHNSON JULIANNE 140, 192 JOHNSON KEITH A 55, 160 JOHNSON SCOTT D 1 18 JOHNSON SCOTT W 94, 130 JONES BARBARA L 55 JONES CHRISTOPHER I 30 JONES DANIEL P 130 JONES GLEN E 55 JONES GREGORY 118 JONES HALLIE L 174 JONES JEANNIE L 55, 83, 188 JONES JENNIFER L 56 JONES ROBERT E I 18 JONES SHARON A JONES TA M A R A L 1 18 JONES T O M M Y 140, 160 JONES WILLIAM D 1 18 JORDAN STEPHANIE 104, 130 JUDD LISA M 130 JENKINS JAY 140 HURST DEAN 160 JONE BILL 170 KAM A R A SOKONA 130 KASHIWA COREY 130, 170 KAVE GILDA (JILL) I 18 KAVE REGINA 140 KAY ROBERT PATRICK KEANE JACQUELINE 130 KEATON PAUL A 94, 118 KEELER AN TH O N Y JAMES KEFFELER BRIAN 118 KELLER ANN C 130 KELLER JAMES R 22, 56, 104, 106 KELLEY JOHN 140 KELLEY MICHAEL R 130 KELLNER DAVID G I 18 KELLY BRIAN P 56 KELLY RICKY S 118 KELLY SEAN D I 18 KELSO KELLY L 118, 160, 164, 194, 196 KENT PETER R 56 KENYON KRISTIN E I 18,168 KEPHART NICOLA J KERR ELIZABETH L 140 KERR VICKI E KEWISH WENDY K 56 KEY KAM I 56, 118 KIESS RICHARD WADE KILCZER LINDA A KIM ELLEN 14, 56 KING ALISON D I 40 KING CODY ANNE KING TORII 140 KINGSBURY BRIAN 8, 56, 94, 104, 106 KINGSBURY KARLA J 130 KINNISON SHANNON I 30, 186 KIRILUK TROY K 56 KIRKPATRICK ABBIE E 104, 140, 144 KJELLMAN M O N IC A 56, 188 KLEIN MITCHELL S 140 KLEIN SHERI A 99, , 101, 130 KLEIN TA M A R A 140, 192 KLEINFELDER DIANA LYNNE 56 KLINGNER BETH E 22, 118 KLINGNER DEAN T 140 KNAB CHERYL Y 118 KNAB DAVID T 57 KNECHT LORII A 130 KNIGHT CHRISTOPHER 130, 176 KNIGHTDAE AN N 118 KOENIG A M Y 2 1 ,2 2 , 130 KOSTY TH OM AS 130, 160 KIM JANICE 130 KARKI DARRIN 140 K O T TM A N N CAROLE M 57 KOZUBAL AUDREY L 57, 82 KRAMER DAVID C 118, 124, 167 KRAUSSE STEPHEN 1 18 KRIESE TH OM AS E 96, 130 KRISTAL MICHAEL L KROHN LAURIE H 130 KUCKERTZ PATRICK 140 KURTENBACH TRACY 130 KUTAC STEPHANIE 118 LACEY CHRISTINA K 130 LADABOUR BENEDICT J I 18 LADABOUR SHERRI L 130, 174, 184 LADISH M ATTHEW 43, 57, 160 LAEMMLE DAVID J 96, 140, 176, 194 LANDT CHRISTOPHER A 51 LANDT JULIE F 140 LANGE MARKUS 92, 118 LAROTONDA DAVID W 57 LARSON KIMBERLY E 104, 140

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M AR TZ JEFFREY R 131 MASCHERONI LAURA 131, 141 MATHEWS STANLEY 59 MATTEI W ILLIAM C JR 131 MATTHEW S TEGAN 131 M ATU SZAK MICKEY 131 M ATU SZAK W A N D A J 59, 104 M A X J MICHAEL 194 M A X M ATTHEW 59, 141 M A X PATRICK 131 MAYER RONALD A 92, 94, 118 MAYFIELD GAIL L 59 MCCABE A LA N D 118 MCCABE ERIN M 141, 174 MCCAULEY VIKKI A 131 M CCLAIN KATHY L I 18 MCCLENDON JEAN M 131, 174 M C C O M AS DONA L 131 MCCORKLE ROBERT W 131 MCCORMICK PATRICK S 9, I 18, 182, 184 MCCURDY DAVID L 141 MCCURDY PATRICK B 1 18 MCCURDY STEVEN M 59 M C DO NALD STEPHEN T I 18 M CDO W ERIC D M CDO W VICTORIA L 131, 140 MCDOWELL JENNIFER E 31, 59, 77, 94, 202 MCGARITY N A TH A N 131 MCGARITY NEVILLE R MCGEHEE W ILLIAM J 101, 118 M C K A Y CYNTHIA M 59, 96 M C K A Y MICHAEL D 94, 118 MARTINEZ NICOLE 141 M ATUSHA LINDA 170 M C DO NALD GARY 170, 202 MCKEE CHARLES 131 MCKEE RICHARD 141 MCKEEVER TH OM AS W 131 MCKENNA HEATHER D 131 MCLARTY SHANA 118, 158 MCLAUGHLIN DEBORAH MCLAUGHLIN JILL E 141 MCLAUGHLIN PATRICK D 131, 190 MCLELLAN RICHARD MCMASTER HEATHER M 141 MCNEESE CATHERINE L I 18, 168 MEAD BENNETT R 141 MEADE DANIEL MEADOWS DARREN W 118, 131 MECHELS GREGORY 131 MEDI SHANE 120 MEDINA KIMBERLY A 98, 99, 131 MEEHAN ROBERT 120 MEIER ANDREW T 131 MELVIN JOSEPHINE F 141, 174, 210 MENLOVE LAUREN L 141 MENLOVE SPENCER H 94, 120 MESTON JENINE DAW N 22, 106 MESTON RYAN B 141 MEYER JOYCE STACY 120 MEYER KIM A 60 MICHAUD KRISTI R MICHEL D ONNA L 96, I 120 MICKEY STEPHEN E MILEWSKI PETER D 131 MILLER ANNETTE J 120, 200 MILLER CHRISTINE D 33, 78, 120, 122 MILLER M AU RA D 141, 170 MILLER MELISSA ANNE 131 MILLER NATALIE 141, 168, 192 MILLER W ILLIAM K 82 MILLIGAN CHRISTY L 104, 131 MILLIGAN KELLY F 120 MILROY CRAIG ANDREW 141, 184 MINGO OLAF K 22, 141 MINOR RACHEL 141 MIRANDA LARA 141 MIRANDA RICHARD A 120 MISCHKE REBECCA E 22, 94, 104, 106, 120 MITCHELL ROBERT C 176, 194 MITCHELL SIOBHAN D 60 MOLIN OSA MOLLER ANDERS 120, 131 M O N TA N O T A N A 141 M O N T O Y A JENNIFER M 31, 120, 158 M O N T O Y A RUTH A 85, 120 M O LT JOHN 131 MEDLIN SHANE 141 MCKORKLE WAYNE 170 MOORE CRAIG A 141 MOORE PATRICK K 101, 120 MOORE STEPHEN SHANE 60 MORDECHAI M ICHAL 141 MORGAN MARSH A 22, 131 MORRIS DIANA 132 MORRIS MARK W 14 1, 182, 184 MORRISON DANIEL C 132 MORRISON LEATI 141 MORSE KRISTIE MARIE 132, 168, 186 MORSE WAYDE CAMERON 81, 120, 124, 167, 194, 196

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SALDA NA A N N A T (TERRI) 143 SAMPSON CHARLOTTE F 133 SAMPSON LYNNE A 63 SANCHEZ JEFF 143 SANDBERG SCOTT P 120 SANDER JULIE 63, 94 SANDERS SCOTT 160 SANDOVAL DARREN L 120 SANDRY SCOTT A 102, 133, 143 SAN TAN A PHILIP K SAPIR MARCIE LYNN 120 SAPIR MARK 143 SAPPENFIELD M A X 83, 120, 176 SAPPENFIELD REX 176 SARGENT TORI A 63, 77, 110, 188 SARWINSKI GEORGE E 120, 170, 200 SCHACHTERLE M AR G A D 104, 143 SCHARBER JOHN 143 SCHILLACl DAVID 143 SCHILLACI SUSAN M 31, 63, 73, 77, 78, 82, 168 SCHILLING KETURAH E 85, 120 SCHMIDT JENNIFER L 63 SCHNEIDER LORI A 133 SCHOMMER DIANE M 133 5CHRIBER CRAIG O SCHRIBER KATHLEEN P 64 SCHUYLER W JEFFREY 64 5CHW ALM LISA MARIE 104, 133 SCHWALM W ILLIAM J 64 SCHWALM ZEUS LEE I 43 SCHWEGLER DEBORAH 133 SCHWENN BETTINA H SCHWENN M ARTIN H 5EAWRIGHT D A M O N 133, 194 SEAWRIGHT GARRETT 122 SEAY JEFFREY 122

122 SEURER MICHAEL G 122 SHAMPINE DOUGLAS 133 SHANER MARIEKEN G M SHANKLAND STEPHEN T 122 SALAME, DAN 194 SHARP LISA E 14, 35, 42, 64, 147, 158 SHARP ROBERT R 122, 160, 162 SHAW DOUGLAS R 64 SHELDON JANICE M 133, 135 SHEPARD DAVID E 64 SHEPARD JOHN 133, 170 SHEPPHIRD WILL 122, 170 SHERWOOD KENNETH B 88, 176 SHIPLEY JAMES COLLIN 133, 184 SHIPMAN TRACY L 143, 174, 186 SHOOK D AW N L 35, 64, 84 SHUNK EDWARD R 71 SIEMON LAURA J 3 1 ,6 4 , 110, 172, 188 SILVA ALEX 143 SIMENSTAD LAURA LYNN SIMENSTAD LISA C 133 SIMES KAREN J 122 SIMES TH OM AS D 65, 68 SIMONSIC CHRISTINE 81, 101, 122 SIMONSIC MICHAEL 143, 160, 164 SIVERTS DIANA E 133 SKINNER CHRISTY J 65, 85 SKINNER DEANNA S 65, 85 SKINNER JOHN 133, 202 SMITH ALLYSON K 40, 65, 78, 84, 85 SMITH CHRISTOPHER H 102, 133 SMITH CONNIE M SMITH D GREGORY 65 SMITH DAVID A 143 SMITH DEBRA E 122, 188 SMITH HOLLY K SMITH LEAH CATHERINE 96, 122 SMITH LORI D 143 SMITH M ARTIN R 65, 83, 101 SMITH REBECCA AN N SMITH SHERRI L SMITH T A M M Y 133 SMITH W ILLIAM SEAN SNODGRASS JENNIFER L 77, 143 SOFALY RICHARD M 122 SOLANO MICHAEL 35, 65, 90 SOUDERS DAVID T SOUDERS LEE R 133 SOWELL TERRI L 65, 85 SPALLITTA N A N C Y A 18, 3 1 ,6 5 , 77, 78, 1 10, 192 SPARKS ARTHUR D 65, 194 SPARKS CHRISTOPHER 94, 122 SPARKS JEANNENE M 133 SPILLMAN GEORGE 122 SPITZMILLER H THEODORE SMITH BECKIE 65 SMITH SEAN 143, 184 SLOCOMB, JENEANE 198 SPOONER REBECCA G 158 SPORE CANDACE K 143, 186 SPRINGER DIANE C 83, 82 STACK ROBERT W STAFFORD DARRIL C 133

STAFFORD DARRIN P 9, 65, 90 STALLINGS RICHARD B STANLEY A M Y 133, 198 STAPLETON STEVEN M 104, 106, 109, 122 STARK KEVIN C 133 ' STEEDLE JACQUELINE S 66 STEELE SCOTT D 143 STEGE JUSTIN 143 STEIN JAMES R 66, 78, 209 STEINBERG BRENDA R 22, 22, 133, 143 STELTS TIM B 66, 194 STELZER SHANNA M 122 STEUERWALT M ATTHEW M 92, 122 STEVENS CARLOS JUAN 133 STEWART GERGORY 66, 160 STEWART PEGGY S 66 STEWART SANDRA 66 STEWART STEVEN 66, 104, 106 STINE MICHAEL G 133 STINE MICHELLE K STOKES KEVIN D 22, 143 STOLPE W ILLIAM P 90, 122, 182, 184 STOVALL JEFFERSON M 143 STRAIGHT W ILLIAM H 78, 122 STROTTMAN NISSA MARIE STUDEBAKER LISA 143 SWAIN KENNETH J SW ANNACK A M Y E SWANSON DEREK 143 SZALAY JAN N A K 143 TABOR E PAUL TABOR EDWRAD 143 TAKACS SCOTT 133, 135 TALLERICO ELLEN B 133 TA N KEVIN C 31, 122, 170 TAPE CHRISTOPHER 133 TATE TAM M IE L 122, 133 TAYLOR GARRETT W 122 TAYLOR JESSE H 143, 176 TAYLOR TERESA R 99, 101, 104, 122 TEASDALE TRISHA 22, 66, 106 TEDFORD SHAWN ERIC 133 TELLE LARA 133 TESMER JOHN 104, 106, 122 THIESSEN PAUL 143 TAPE TOPHER 143 TH OM AS BRYAN C 143 TH OM AS JEFFREY M 66 TH O M AS RICHARD W 122 TH OM AS WADE C 43, 66 THOMPSON ELIZABETH M 33,66, 77, 192 THOMPSON KERI J 143, 192 THORN ANDREA K 85, 122 THORNTON STEVEN S 143 THULLEN KARL P 9, 67 THULLEN P A M A L A K 104, 122 TILLERY ANNE C 67, 98, 106 TILLERY DENISE M 122 TOEVS KIMBERLY E 25, 96, 122 TOIVIKKO PAIVI L 104 TORRES DANIELLE 144 TORRES JOY 143 TORREZ WAYNE 143 TRAPPLE JOE E 67 TRAVIS JENNIFER 122 TREZONA AN ITA M 67, 85 TREZONA STACY 143 TRUAX ERIK L 134, 143 TRUJILLO PATRICK 143 TRUJILLO VINCENTE J 102, 143 TUCKER TH O M AS E 33, 67, 90 TUCKER TIM 134, 194, 196 TUCKER TRACY J 67 TUNING GARY FRANKLYN 134 TURNER ALYSSA 96, 134 UITERI DANIEL E SALAME ULIBARRI RICKY E 184 ULIBARRI RUDOLPH 144 UMBARGER KRISTIN L 22, 104, 134 UMSTEAD ROBERT K 122, 160 U PHAM JANET L 1 10, 122, 170 VALENTINE CARRIE R 122 VALLEJOS AGNES 37, 67, 77, 94, 184 VANDERBORGH CLAIRE 67 VANDERKOGEL BAUKIE 144 VANDYCK CHRISTOPHER 67 VAN HAAFTEN TERI S 122, 158 VANLYSSEL KENNETH 25, 31, 67 VANLYSSEL M INDY J 144, 170 VARELA ISAAC S I 34, 206 VARNEY M A T T 144 VASILIK CAROLINE 144 VASILIK DENNIS M VAU G H AN D IAN NA L 122 VERZINO WILL J 134 VIGIL RICHARD 134, 144 VIGIL ROBERT I VIGNATO ROBERT 16, 33. 67 VIKDAL M A N D Y 144 VIRCHOW DAVID 144, 160, 194 VIRCHOW JULIE A 14, 42, 68, 94, 104 VISARRIAGAS REYNALDO 22, 144

VOGEL PETER A 68, 88 VOGT DAVE B 134, 144 VONKOCH HARALD NJ 202 WACHOCKI SUSAN L 68, 94 WACHTER MARK F 144 WADE ALEX D 22, 68, 106 WADE ERIC R 22, 68 WADLINGER JOAN M WAGGLE CAROL AN N 68, 85 WAGNER HOPE A 134 WAGNER STEPHEN W 2 1 ,2 2 , 68, 104, 106,

122 WALLACE DAVID J 122 WALLER JAY A 68, 184 WALTERS M ATTHEW C 144, 176, 190 W ALTO N LAURA ELLEN WAMPLER DEIDRE L 144 WAMPLER KEVIN B 86 WANEK LAURA K I 44 WANEK LUKE E 67 WANGEN RICHARD H 134 WARD MICHAEL 134 WARE ALA N 2 1 ,2 2 , 106 WARE SHERI 68, 101 WARNER KELLY PATRICK 122, 134 WARREN ROBERT 68, 88, 92 WARREN RONALD W 68, 160 WARREN VANESSA M 134 WASHBURN GARY L 68, 160 WASHBURN LAURA J 99, 101, 134 W ATANABE STEVEN P 134, 167 WATSON SCOTT A 92 WEBBER KIERON EUGENE WEBER JENNICE L 144 WEEKS JOAN C WEISS DOUGLAS L 144 WELCH JOHN M 122, 124, 176 WELLS MARY C 134 WHEELER CHERI 134, 144 WHEELER KATHERINE 134, 186 WHETTEN KRISTA C WHETTEN MICHELLE KAREN 170 WHITAKER SARAH M 122 WHITAKER SHANNON N 16, 144 WHITE EDWIN G 37, 43, 68 WHITE MARK I 44 WHITECOTTEN TIM O TH Y J 134, 190 WHITTY KATHERINE 134 W ICKHAM ANDREA LYNN 69, 77, 94, I 10,

122 W ICKHAM BRIAN D 134, 202 WILKINS JON F 144 WILLCUTT ERIK 184 WILLIAMS AN N 122, 168 WILLIAMS ANGELA 122, 134 WILLIAMS DAVID M 122 WILLIAMS DEBORAH 134, 144 WILLIAMS JOSEPH 14, 16, 18, 40, 69, 90 WILLIAMS REBECCA A WILLIAMS WES M 69 WILSON A M A N D A 14, 69, 158 WILSON JILL L 69, 77 WIPF CHRISTINA J 69, 104, 106 W OLCOTT ANNE E 22, 69, 94, 106 W OLCOTT THEODORE 22, 134 WOLF AM PHOL (KAI) WOLF ROBERT M 134 WOLFE PAUL P 70 WOOD STACIE A 122, 204 WOODRUFF DAVID M 69, 92, 94, 110, 176 WOODRUFF ELIZABETH A 69, 85, 98 WOODRUFF KENNETH P 134 WOODS BRIAN H 14, 69, 110, 190 WRIGHT CHARLES D 122, 124 WRIGHT MICHELE LEE 134, 144, 168, 170 W YNN RAYM OND D 122 Y A M A D A S A Y U R I 122 Y A M A D A TETSUHIRO 134, 144, 194 YBARRA DOREEN YVONNE 122 YORK PATRICE J 184 YORK TH O M AS 70, 109 YOUNG DANIEL 144 YOUNG M AR Y K 122, 172, 204 y o u n g M ATTHEW D 134 YOUNG MICHAEL P 14, 33, 70 YOUNG PATRICIA A 144, 174, 204 YOUNG STEPHEN W 134, 160 ZAKAR ANDREA 144 ZERWEKH W M DAVID JR ZIMMERLY JAMES WRIGHT 144, 184, 200 ZIMMERLY LISA A 70 ZONGKER BRIAN HARTNETT 122, 200

F a c u lty /S ta ff ALBERT, M A R TY 148, 160 164 ALLEN, JEANNE 148 ANDERSON, LINDA 96, 97, 148 ARCHULETA, WALTER 148 ASBELLE, RAY 148 BACA, LARRY 148, 194 BAKER, DOLLY 148

BARTHELL, JOLENE 85, 148 BEENE, DON 148 BEERY, JOY 148 BERGQUIST, WILBUR 88, 148 BLACK, PAUL 148 BLACKSTONE, BETTY 148 BOEDECKER, M ARGA 148 BOGUSLAWSKI, JOE 148 BREEN, DARLENE 148 BRINSKO, MICHAEL 148, 180, 185, 206 BROWER, JACK 148 BUEHRER, SARAH 96, 148 CASWELL, BOB 148 CERNICEK, LOUIE 148, 166 CHRISTOFFERSON, TO M 148 CHURCH, TESS 148 COHEN, MARION 150 COTTER, CHUCK 150 COTTINGHAM, C ATHY 150, 199 D ALLA BETTA, VIC 150, 166 DeCREMER, STEVE 150 DORAN, LESLIE 89, 150 EIKLEBERRY, BOB 95, 150 FINCH, M ARY 150 FOSTER, CHRIS 150 FROSTENSON, CANDICE 150 GARRETT, CHUCK 150, 188 GEHRE, JACK 150 GILL, DENNIS 148 GOETZINGER, JIM 150 GRUELL, BOB 148 HAMMER, RICHARD 150, 160 HILLER, TERRY 164, 181, 184 HOFFMAN, GORDON 150 HOLDER, DENNIS 148 HONSINGER, MARIAN 148 HOPKINS, HOPPY 90, 150 HOPKINS, STEPHEN 150 HOTCHKISS, KAREN 150 JACOBSON, CAROLE 150 JEFFRYES, LARRY 179 JOHNSON, BRUCE 150 KING, KAREN 150 KNOX, SUSAN 150 KOVACEVICH, BILL 150, 160 LAING, JEFFREY 150 LAESER, TO M 105, 168 LORA, MEL 150 LYONS, PETER B, 148 MABRY, BONNIE 150 M cD o n a l d , j a n loo, i0 4 , i5 0 MENDIUS, PAT 150 MORRIS, BARBARA 151 MYERS, STEVE 191 NEELY, JEAN 148 O'DELL, BEVERLIE 151 PENDERGRASS, AN N 148 PLACE, JIM 151 PRIMAK, STAN 86, 92, 151 REDMAN, THERESA 152, 174 REDONDO, SHELBY 93, 152 REGLIEN, JENNIFER 76, 78 REID, DON 160, 181, 185 REILLY, DOTTIE 152 RENINGER, JOHN 148 RICKMAN, JEANE 152 ROOS, O LAV 97, 152 ROSS, INEZ 83, 152 ROWEN, EDIE 152 SALZM A N , SUZZANE 107, 152 SAPIR, FANNIE 152 SCHACHTERLE, LEE I 52 SHAFER, T O M 152, 160, 186 SHARP, LOIS 110, 152 SHINN, RUSS 84, 152 SMITH, ANNE 152, 170 SMITH, LINDA 153 SMITH, TIM 153 SMITH, WALTER 148 SMITH, BILL 152, 205 STEPHENS, IRIS 153 STICE, EM M Y 153 STOCKLY, SUE 153 STRONG, CATH Y 153 SWANSON, DENNISE 153 TERRY, N ANCY 95, 110, 153 TH A L M A N , RICK 153, 194 THOM AS, LUCY 153 VALIGURA, W ILLIAM I 48 VA N GORDER, TH OM AS 153 VISEL, BOB I 53 WARNOCK, SANDI 153 W A T M A N , CAROLYN 153 WEBER, TO M 108, 153 WILLIAMS, M AR Y LOU 153 WILSON, DEE 153 WRIGHT, SANDI 153 YOUNG, KAY 153

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Los Alamos High School 1985 Yearbook

Los Alamos High School 1985 Yearbook  

Los Alamos High School 1985 Yearbook