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4<br />

THI S is where it must begin ... with the<br />

which we called home for another year.<br />

eyed and energetic ... minds open for all<br />

through dozens of bomb scares (especially<br />

shortages, when for at least two weeks all<br />

after ten, and Reagan's fiasco of cutting<br />

izing for a "squeeze" for enrollment of new<br />

well knew that we're pushed into herds on<br />

turned on, tuned in, then turned out in<br />

<strong>State</strong> students were killed last spring. It<br />

when East County did go up in flames, our<br />

victims who were left homeless. Our serment<br />

group devised a way of sharing rides<br />

ing shortage. Our engineering department<br />

launched in March ... experimenting with<br />

And even if our football team can't walk<br />

ing, looting or burning .. but, can you beexperimentation,<br />

and one of learning. And<br />

students, the buildings, and a state college<br />

We entered the university community wide<br />

learning experiences. We seemed to survive<br />

during mid-terms and finals,) electrical<br />

the docks were stopped at ten minutes<br />

back the state library budget and authorstudents<br />

on campus, when everyone very<br />

the campus already. Yes, indeed, 1970-71<br />

crowds for peace marches when four Kent<br />

wasn't "Burn Baby Burn" this year, but<br />

Newman Center cared for and fed fire<br />

vice groups planted trees and the environto<br />

campus, el iminating some of the parkdesigned<br />

and made a ramjet wh ich was<br />

new fuels and better planning methods.<br />

on water, our college campus wasn't riotlieve<br />

it: this was a year of communication,<br />

yet, we've just begun!<br />

5


· lumpy consistency<br />

led LIFE is<br />

·v·ded between<br />

•<br />

appmess,<br />

oneliness<br />

and<br />

Co tent-<br />

ment<br />

9


10<br />

ogethernessis. • •<br />

• • · holding hands,<br />

· · .sharing dreams<br />

... and being close.


lusion is<br />

nding an empty<br />

air, a vacant<br />

•..nch or an<br />

occupied<br />

eeway.


Registration offers confusion!<br />

"Th r 's got to be an easier way!" was undoubtedly<br />

the most common phrase during fall registration<br />

1970. The hassle of picking classes, finding they were<br />

clo d but not marked off the closed board, then redoing<br />

your schedule only to find you've got two c1assat<br />

the same time, plagued most students. So, when<br />

it was all over, the average student ended up with<br />

classes in "the art of frisbee throwing," "dog training"<br />

(including: leashes, care and feeding, and the<br />

proper place to relieve the bowels) and if your were<br />

lucky, a class in ultra-super mathematical calculations.<br />

You sat, and waited through 10 lines, all of which<br />

stretched beyond the range of the unaided human<br />

eye, and after it all, you wondered if it was worth it.<br />

Improvements are being made all the time, and<br />

spring registration 1971 proved it. A smaller number<br />

of students registering at alloted times, with better<br />

efficiency and the tunes of KCR, helped students in<br />

most cases to get through it all in 10 minutes. In fact,<br />

by the time they paid their fees, they still had 20 minutes<br />

to eat, sleep, or rap before their next class. One<br />

thing's for sure, they might make registering easier,<br />

but thank good ness for the "Art of Crashi ng." Without<br />

this new experience of "found" knowledge most<br />

students wouldn't make it through SDSC in four academic<br />

years. It's still hard to believe that transfer students<br />

register after the freshmen!


Crowded conditions exist at SD C<br />

The only word they can use for it is "overcrowded." That's the way SDSC was rated this year, with a growing count<br />

of 27,000 students. Classes were closed, seats filled, and still students came, seating themselves on furnaces, floors,<br />

and tabletops. The crowding didn't cease until the new classroom portion of the Love <strong>Library</strong> had opened.<br />

The pictures we've captured shows the results. Far left, in what was once a partitioned classroom, a student muses<br />

at the thought of students back-to-back. Lower far left, Dr. Abraham Nasatires class in History of the Americas oc-<br />

cupies most of the lecture hall in SS 100. Below, a dog runs aimlessly through<br />

the hall before the crowds. Below Left, another view of Social Science Building<br />

between classes. Below right, a small group waits to discuss views with a<br />

professor on projects, tests and newly found ideas.


Sleeping is the solution to the two hour gap<br />

between classes an attempt to get your head back<br />

together after an exam ... recovering from a heavy<br />

night. .. avoiding the crowds ... getting together<br />

with a friend ... a chance to grab the sleep you lost<br />

when your daughter cried all night ... letting your<br />

mind float unthinking ... testi ng the grass,. bench,<br />

chair, or couch a relief from study; ng ... better than<br />

going to work the only cure for exhaustion ... a<br />

good excuse to miss a class ... necessary to continue<br />

functioning ... a change of pace from rush, rush, rush .<br />

. .an escape from the Bill Pierson controversy ...<br />

finding out your books make a lousy pillow ... and<br />

finally sleeping is really relaxing.


atriotism and fashion<br />

At one time the only place you'd see a<br />

flag around campus was on the flagpole.<br />

Now the stars and stripes have entered<br />

the world of fashion and are being shown<br />

colorfully on the backs, the fronts (and<br />

the feet) of many patriotic students.<br />

21


22<br />

AIR<br />

Hair is a bother for some, and an identity vehicle for<br />

others. Hair is as identifiable as a person's name. Beards,<br />

sideburns and combinations of the two now appear on the<br />

faces of heretofore "clean cut people." Lawyers, doctors,<br />

professors, policemen and the "establishme nt" (whatever<br />

that is) have joined hirsute you nger people and have<br />

gone hairy. This return to hair growth means, perhaps, a<br />

return to our beginning. An evolutional cycle? Perhaps this<br />

indicates a getting back to nature. We all need to return to<br />

nature and return nature to its original condition. Hair<br />

grows over the entire body with a few exceptions. This is<br />

natural. Therefore what is wrong with being natural. We<br />

weren't born with blades, and lather, or shavers and Nair.<br />

So let it be, it's hair.<br />


Some still say it's "oppressed by<br />

the male chauvinist pigs" and others<br />

comment that we're still secondclass<br />

citizens ... but face it baby,<br />

you've come a long way and you<br />

can't expect everything to happen in<br />

one year. You've liberated everything<br />

from backs to breasts to men's<br />

restrooms and you still want more?!<br />

Doesn't that prove you're all woman!<br />

And what would "he" do<br />

without you?<br />

Men don't seem to understand<br />

the point women are trying to make.<br />

If you can imagine cinched in,<br />

pushed out, and strapped in, then<br />

as the expression goes, you're "right<br />

on" with this movement. In 1971,<br />

girls on campus were seen in jeans<br />

and without shoes or bras.<br />

Of course, there are the few, who<br />

read Vogue and Mademoiselle and<br />

showed up in the predicted maxis,<br />

gauchos, and knickers, all with<br />

the knee-high boots. In this year of<br />

"do your own thing" everything<br />

went in women's fashions on campus<br />

from tee-shirts to Indian vests<br />

and ponchos, to the easy going<br />

comfort of the peasant dresses.<br />

So, the male population sat back<br />

and watched with ever increasing<br />

eye-strain to capture "what might<br />

be a new fad." Never complaining,<br />

but musing about the idea of how<br />

free women want to be, then doing<br />

a double-take at the girl who just<br />

walked past, wearing a dog choker<br />

around her neck. Is that some kind<br />

of hint?<br />

24<br />

You've come a long way baby<br />

25


· · ·basking in the sun,<br />

26<br />

She's all legs,<br />

... listening with<br />

intent,<br />

/ ... supporting an<br />

anti-war rally<br />

... she's a woman.<br />

'27


Womlib Classes<br />

iberty<br />

for Women<br />

No matter what your opinion of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>'s<br />

Women's Studies Program, there can be no question<br />

as to its purpose. It is designed in an attempt to "repair<br />

the damage done to women by the omission and distortions<br />

of traditional education." Its courses emphasize<br />

ways of releasing the power and potential, as well<br />

as enhancing the personal dignity of women.<br />

Establishment of a Women's Studies Program at <strong>San</strong><br />

<strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> marks the first such full-scale program<br />

in the country. The idea for the program was conceived<br />

last fall by certain faculty, students, and women<br />

of the community. Approval came last spring, and entitled<br />

the program to employ five part-time facu Ity to<br />

teach eight courses. Also included in the approval is a<br />

"visiting professor" position; it was filled by Dr.<br />

Roberta Salper of the <strong>University</strong> of Pittsburgh. Program<br />

chairman this year was Prof. Jacqueline Wertz, a member<br />

of SDSC psychology faculty. Other women actively<br />

involved in the program at <strong>State</strong> include Prof. Joyce<br />

Nower of the English department and Dr. Lois Kessler<br />

from Health Education. Prof. Barbara Kessell, a graduate<br />

student in English literature, was brought here<br />

from Chicago to help with the program.<br />

Reaction, by both men and women, proved immediate,<br />

with most courses being filled to capacity.<br />

Over 300 students enrolled in the program in the<br />

1970-71 school year-at a ratio of about four women<br />

to one man.<br />

As often happens with any type of social improvement<br />

program, jokes and criticisms were aimed at WSP<br />

from its inception. Perhaps there will be less of such<br />

jesting when the ideals of the program are realized<br />

and women are given the chance to function as serious,<br />

responsible human beings.<br />

28<br />

Student mothers, _fathers and children gather at the Child Care rally in defense for a child<br />

care project on campus. Statistics show that 20 per cent of SDSC student body is comprised<br />

of parents.<br />

Beth Sonks, speaker at Womlib rally, urges women<br />

to stand up for what they want. In this case, demands<br />

w. ere made for adequate funding for the Women Studies<br />

program.<br />

Selling of candles, leather<br />

goods and food were a<br />

part of SDSC campus,<br />

when the weather per-<br />

itted. Here, a child<br />

waits on passing students<br />

until his mother returns.<br />

An unidentified speaker expressed her views at the Womlib<br />

rally. This was the beginning of the power struggle for<br />

the woman at SDSC.<br />

Children amuse themselves while grownups discuss the urgent matter of<br />

just what is the role of present day woman? Children turn to games of<br />

"tag" and "Simon says ... " after exploring what goodies are kept in<br />

mother's purse.


ADITIONS -yesterday and Today<br />

1925 was a prosperous year throughout the country-a<br />

year when a college education was not a necessity, but<br />

rather a national pastime. It was during the early twenties<br />

that <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> traditions took form.<br />

If you had been among the freshman class of 1925, you<br />

would have been subjected to the Ten Commandments of<br />

SDSC. These rules were established, according to the 1925<br />

<strong>Del</strong> Sud, to "regulate and keep in submission the unruly<br />

group of Freshmen that come from the high schools every<br />

year." Among those Ten Commandments were:<br />

Thou shalt not wear ye<br />

misplaced eyebrows, nor<br />

ye Valentino sideburns.<br />

Thou shalt at all times<br />

wear thy green skull cap.<br />

Thou shalt be seen but not<br />

heard. Be conspicuous by<br />

thy silence.<br />

The tenth commandment reads:<br />

Thou shalt not, under fear<br />

of dire punishment, disobey<br />

these rules.<br />

And if you were capable of living through your first year<br />

at <strong>State</strong> there were other traditions devised to keep you in<br />

line:<br />

Walking upon the school's<br />

lawns or treading upon<br />

the school seal were<br />

forbidden. If a Senior<br />

caught an underclassman<br />

entering or leaving<br />

through a door specified<br />

for seniors only-watch out!<br />

These traditions, including Homecoming, the chalking<br />

of the "S", and the yearbook (<strong>Del</strong> Sud oeste) have faded<br />

over the past years, and only the school name "Aztecs"<br />

remains with us today. Nevertheless, our identity as a highranking<br />

institution is stronger than ever.<br />

Who'd ever thought that something called an "unbirthday"<br />

party would become a tradition at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong><br />

<strong>State</strong>? The get-together includes students and various<br />

friends of B.j. Nystrom, originator and host. About<br />

300 to 500 students have shown up for this unusual<br />

party each year. At right are two of the "u nb irthday"<br />

party goers.<br />

Below is a recent custom of SDSC, the opening of<br />

sidewalk space for the selling of bangles, do-dads and<br />

what-nots. Young people have brought goods they<br />

have made to the campus and are finding the student<br />

population likes what they sell. The student market<br />

has been in candles, fur purses, jewelry and leather<br />

goods.<br />

At lower far right, the bike age at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>.<br />

Doug Saunders, photographer, gives his artistic impression<br />

of the countless number of bikes on campus.<br />

Students find the bicycle the solution to many of their<br />

transportation problems. Bike paths are being discussed<br />

for the campus bike riders.


Patti Cosand, a junior<br />

dence halls.<br />

Psychology major, views the dormitory scene as a veritable human zoo. She is one of the 1,029 girls living in <strong>State</strong>'s six resi-<br />

· · · Leaping out of the shower for a calion<br />

Line Six-realizes there are only five phone<br />

lines .... A Big Brother intercom intruding<br />

~.<br />

~atthe worst possible<br />

moments .... having<br />

to sneak your<br />

sweetheart out the<br />

A window after<br />

10:15 p.m. on week<br />

f~d nights. · .. dreading<br />

an empty mailbox.<br />

. · .waiting in line for<br />

·a shower .... long rap<br />

sessions instead of<br />

homework .... goi ng<br />

W'i';ng ,et ters '0 family and friends is an o",doo< p"Ume on 'he dorm : d tfo Wi ng m ee tin gs j us1<br />

~~;m~~ ,:;;~e;;~;:;":b;~'hm," "emen,,,, Edu""on major hot be~:, 0r the ref re sh men ts.<br />

Dorm Life is • • •<br />

Saturday afternoons are often filled with a televised ball game. John Christie, left, and Ernie Schroer, relax in the<br />

recreation room of Tarastec Hall. . I d f d -t -class transportation are viewed from the<br />

Bicycles, a popu ar mo e 0 orm 0 ,<br />

eighth floor balcony of co-ed Zura Hall.<br />

This year 1,668 students conveniently<br />

lived on campus<br />

in the six <strong>State</strong>-run dormitories.<br />

New visitation hours,<br />

and keys were given to the<br />

1,029 girls and the 639 men.<br />

The liberal policies are working<br />

out quite well in making<br />

dorm life a freer, more enjoyable<br />

experience.<br />

The spring semester brought<br />

about a change in the Commons<br />

Meal Plan. A new ten<br />

meal plan was made available<br />

for those leaving on weekends,<br />

or desiring to fend for<br />

themselves.<br />

33<br />


Capturing the essence of the human body<br />

In the stroke of a brush,<br />

Recreating that which he sees,<br />

The artist works his magic<br />

Revealing something of himself.<br />

A work of art becomes<br />

A work of art.<br />

As one mind sees<br />

So do we all.


'.<br />

Antiwar Movie Star<br />

Speaks her Peace<br />

Everyone was excited that hot Thursday afternoon.<br />

They had waited anxiously to see Jane<br />

Fonda, a real live antiwar movie star speak about<br />

peace and the alternatives to war.<br />

Jackie Wertz was the spokesman for the rally,<br />

first apologizing for the power failure which met<br />

with outbursts of "Power to the mikes." After a<br />

Dylan song by Ruth Gordon and Jackie Wertz,<br />

Robert Scheer became the speaker of the moment.<br />

The group of 3,000 seemed entertained<br />

by his jests of the college and <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong>.<br />

Fonda spoke next on several subjects including<br />

racism, ecology and women's liberation.<br />

Alurista, representing UFWOC, finished the<br />

rally saying students came only to see the celebrities.<br />

as<br />

HEW Secretary Discusses<br />

Child Care Idea, Nixon Plan<br />

Elliot Lee Richardson, secretary of Health Education and<br />

Welfare, discussed President Nixon's Family Assistance<br />

Plan, the feasibility of applying <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>'s Child Care<br />

Center idea to other schools and communities, financial<br />

assistance for students, and funding for student oriented<br />

programs like EOP and work-study, in his visit to <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong><br />

<strong>State</strong> College on March 29.<br />

Richardson, who was accompanied by Michigan Congressman<br />

Marvin Ashe and Sam Miller, regional director of<br />

the Office of Child Development, spoke to members of the<br />

Child Care Center, the Personnel Council and students in<br />

the School of Public Administration and Urban Studies. He<br />

said that his department was working to coordinate several<br />

federal programs into one child development bill.<br />

Richardson added that it was the Nixon administration's<br />

desire to expand grant assistance, but to reorganize the<br />

means in which the funds are allocated. "We would like to<br />

encourage innovative projects within the control of community<br />

people." he said.<br />

Voicing opposition to Gov. Reagan's attacks on the President's<br />

Family Assistance Plan, Richardson said that the single<br />

most important point in the plan was the belief that<br />

every family in the United <strong>State</strong>s should have a basic minimum<br />

income. He also said that when it comes to urgent<br />

domestic needs it would be difficult to find things with a<br />

higher priority.<br />

Richardson said he was not satisfied with the place higher<br />

learning had in the list of pr.iorities in the United <strong>State</strong>s.<br />

but he felt it was up to the students as well as members of<br />

the community to work together to bring about a better<br />

understanding on both sides. 39


ishna<br />

.1",', ...... \ ' ",', .:""" ,r' .... ·fO" .. \0', t "', ' •• '~"<br />

In 1966 Prabhupada A.C. Bhaktivedanta<br />

came from India on the order of his spiritual<br />

master to preach love of God to western nations.<br />

In doing so the International Society for<br />

Krishna Conciousness was formed.<br />

The supreme purpose of practicing Krishna<br />

conciousness is to become better in whatever<br />

faith is chosen. Therefore any man, woman or<br />

child in chanting the Holy Name of God and<br />

hearing the Bhagavad-gita will learn how to<br />

better serve his respective faith.<br />

Hare Krishna followers hope the prediction<br />

made by Lord Caitanya 500 years ago will come<br />

true. His prediction was that the chanting of<br />

the Holy Names of God, Hare Krishna would<br />

be carried to every town and village of the<br />

Ij/ /<br />

'L<br />

HARE KRISHNA HARE KRISHNA<br />

KRISHNA KRISHNA HARE HARE<br />

HARE RAMA HARE RAMA<br />

RAMA RAMA HARE HARE<br />

world. Only in this way can real peace prevail.<br />

There is not a financial charge for learning<br />

Krishna Consciousness or for receiving initiation<br />

into the chanting of the Hare Krishna.<br />

Self purification is a result of Krishna Consciousness<br />

and devotional service entails utilizing<br />

whatever talent you might have and<br />

combining it with the interests of the Supreme<br />

Enjoyer, the Lord, Sri Krsna.<br />

The society is dedicated to informing the<br />

world of the ecstatic comfort of Krishna<br />

Consciousness. Devotional service in Krishna<br />

Consciousness includes regular chanting in<br />

the temple and eating food prepared for the<br />

Supreme Personality of Godhead.<br />

Students carried boxes from the moving vans to the various p.arts<br />

of the library where they were needed. By making assembly lines,<br />

they made the move go fast.<br />

h " k" the cardboard boxes. Monte Hart,<br />

Arlene Carbone dispenses tape to other students w 0 rna e h b x will "live" through<br />

far left, along with John Tosello, take care in placing the sticky tape so teo<br />

. at least eight trips with books to the Love <strong>Library</strong>.<br />

I<br />

New <strong>Library</strong> Gives<br />

Students Study Space<br />

Professional movers checked the SDSC campus during<br />

semester break early in 1971. Their job was to move the entire<br />

SDSC library in three weeks. Dale Marriott head d the<br />

move, with Gregg Hennessey and Tom Bryant as assistants<br />

organizing the student work crews who had volunt er d<br />

to box and reshelve the 700,000 books.<br />

Limited Loan was the first complete section to be moved.<br />

It was in full operation in less than three days. Students<br />

then lined the rows of books in an assembly, line fashion,<br />

boxing, taping and marking each box which was then<br />

stacked to be moved by the professional movers. Students<br />

were putting five to eight boxes through the process per<br />

minute, through days of heat, lunchtime football games,<br />

and races with the movers.<br />

The move took a little longer than anticipated for a Feb.<br />

22 opening, but the Love <strong>Library</strong>, dedicated on March 1,<br />

finally opened with new shelving, new rugs, and plenty of<br />

study areas for the 27,000 students at SDSC.<br />

Gregg Hennessey cuts the ribbon to officially open the new<br />

library to awaiting students, faculty, and guests.


O~(l\'1E<br />

r .~I'\ ' ~. I l' f "t' . I~ ., I r ,"<br />

Dean Hallford shows photogra h dl .<br />

neutron lab. p er a igital read-out used for measuring samples in<br />

42<br />

Physics Department<br />

Harbors New Device<br />

lurking below the campus lies a scientific<br />

creation of the physics department unknown to<br />

most students. The device is quartered in a threeroom<br />

complex in the basement of the physics<br />

building and both students and faculty use the<br />

facility for teaching and research.<br />

The machine, a neutron generator, is a device<br />

designed to produce large numbers of high<br />

speed neutrons. Encased within cement walls<br />

and heavy shielding the machine has been used<br />

in experiments in conjunction with determining<br />

effects of neutron irradiation on plant tissue.<br />

Data from the machine has potential uses in such<br />

studies as environmental effects of space travel<br />

and examination of basic cellular functions.<br />

Robert Ealy standi d D<br />

I d L ' ." ng, an ean Hallford examine a sample to be anayze<br />

on tile oSCllhscope.<br />

/<br />

r Graduates Given Grant to Study Dia- ..... ...<br />

Six Sa~ ~iego <strong>State</strong> gradua.te students ~ind themselves grinding rat and sheep livers and catering to the enzym s<br />

found within for research. Diabetes studies have been conducted under the guidance of Dr. Arnold Wicks for th<br />

past twelve years at <strong>State</strong>.<br />

This year, the students are purifying enzymes through varied complicated processes, to learn the connection<br />

between diabetes and heart disease.<br />

Dr. Robert Metzger, an associate of Dr. Wicks and a physical science professor, assists<br />

the students in the research for their Master theses.<br />

The <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> County Heart Association supplies funds for the student projects. In<br />

addition to the enzyme studies, 100 rats are bei ng closely observed. Fifty rats are existing<br />

on a starch diet, and fifty are fed sucrose, or sugar diets. The sugar-fed rats are developing<br />

mild diabetic symptoms, and will be used for further studies.<br />

This research is useful to solve the additional health problems diabetics encou nter;<br />

such as the five times more chance of heart disease than persons without diabetes,<br />

brittle arteries, greater chance of developing cataracts, and slow healing of wounds.<br />

Dr'. Robert Metzger, standing, reviews data with graduate student, Dick Me-<br />

GUIre. The facts are collected through various processes and apparatus. Dick<br />

works long hours in the laboratory purifying enzymes helpful to diabetic research.<br />

~on Parsons, subjects his sheep liver enzymes to an Electro Focus Apparatus<br />

~sdt~dythe proteins within. When he is not with his test tubes, Ron is riding<br />

h IS Irt bik . . L'<br />

Ie or plaYing his guitar He also holds a Brown Belt In Karate, WIlIC<br />

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shou ld ce<br />

r<br />

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am<br />

. If'<br />

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enzymes<br />

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Into purer states.<br />

Ii<br />

Judy Guillmette assists Pat Mobley in his work toward his doctorate at<br />

<strong>State</strong>. They are concentrating on one ~f the complex processe~ used to<br />

break down enzymes for study. Diabetic research ~as been carried on at<br />

<strong>State</strong> for more than eleven years, under the guidance of Dr. Arnold<br />

Wicks.


picture compliments of Roi Wooley library<br />

Mike Randle<br />

Tecatefire. ' staff reporter, reminisced over pictures of the<br />

East County Fire<br />

Students<br />

Concerned<br />

Over Blaze<br />

The blaze that swept much of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong><br />

County in September, 1970, was fhe most<br />

devastating fire in county history. Concerned<br />

students helped fight the blaze, which proved<br />

to several to be the most terrifying experience<br />

of their lives.<br />

Many volu nteers suffered extensive eye<br />

damage while others were the victims of burns<br />

and cuts.<br />

When the worst was over there were 193,890<br />

charred acres, 382 homes destroyed, and three<br />

fatalities.<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> students helped the homeless<br />

by setting up relief centers. Students collected<br />

food and clothi ng for fire victims.<br />

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d nts Gain Experience at Sea<br />

l It t~ Right: George Hemingway, Scripps; Jim Boaz, SDSC; John Clary, SDSC; Steve Adair, SDSC; Debbie Daily, SDSC;<br />

Connre Fey, SDSC; no name; Walter Bryan, Scripps; unidentified; unidentified; unidentified.<br />

Steve Adair finds that work and fun do mix.<br />

For many the idea of going to sea was, and still is, only a dream. But for<br />

five students at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> it was a dream come true. Thanks to a recent<br />

sea grant work-study program, and the aid of Scripps Institution of Oceanography<br />

specially qualified students, the five marine biology majors were<br />

able to gain firsthand experience at sea.<br />

The program trains students at sea to become familiar with various oceanog~aphic<br />

instruments, analyzing and collecting data, and recording analytical.<br />

results. Glenn Flittner, director of marine sciences, said the program<br />

.IS the most complete for those students who wish to gain practical<br />

experiences in conjunction with class and laboratory work.<br />

"This new Scripps' program at sea permits our students to use their knowle?ge<br />

to the fullest," said Flittner. "The program combines work experience<br />

with classroom theory and permits the students to get a thorough exposure<br />

to sea operations which is essential if they are going to find jobs."<br />

Of the first five students who were selected to probe the mysteries of<br />

the unknown depths, two women members were included in the party.<br />

With spirits high the merry group left port Feb. 8, to explore northern<br />

coastal waters. Throughout the trip the students were kept busy taking<br />

specimens, collecting and analyzing<br />

sea water, and performing experiments<br />

in hydrography and other related<br />

job aspects.<br />

Students .encountered everything<br />

from 40 m.p.h. winds, cold weather<br />

and rough seas to sunny and pleasantly<br />

mild days. Although this was their<br />

first time at sea and despite the rough<br />

going, sea sickness remained at a<br />

minimum and the food proved to be<br />

exceptional. For the five the trip was<br />

an unforgettable experience.<br />

Lobster Population Studied<br />

The Spiney lobster consi.dered by ~any to be the ultimate in eating delight has ~ound its way to the laboratories of<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>. A study IS att~m~tmg to obser.ve ~nd analayze problems plag~lng .the I~?s~er popu.lation off the<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> coastline. Research f~ndmgs seem ~o m?lcate tha~ the lobster population IS ~wlndllng despite myths that<br />

large numbers inhabit coastal nJ~hes. The pr~Ject IS attem.ptlng to make recomm~ndatlOns to correct the problem<br />

before the lobster disappears entirely from this area. The first part of the program IS to study how many of the young<br />

lobsters come into this area from outside regions. This 'includes studying the distribution of young lobsters in different<br />

areas and measuring their reproductive rates -, Research shows that it takes approximately 10 years for a<br />

lobster to attain legal adult size. Thus, studies indicate that lobsters are being removed faster than they can reproduce<br />

which is causing serious depletion problems. The second phase of the project includes studying the effects of tagging<br />

individual lobsters, forced growth of young lobsters, and developing a method for culturing specimens. Research<br />

shows that lobsters do grow faster under laboratory conditions than they do under natural conditions. Instead of<br />

attaining full adult growth in 10 years, laboratory young reach maturity in five years. This is caused by increa ing<br />

the temperature to a higher degree therefore stimulating increased growth. Suggested solutions include a complete<br />

ban on lobster fishing, and raising lab specimens under controlled conditions, similiar to a fish hatchery system.<br />

Dr. David<br />

"<br />

Farm shows MISS<br />

..<br />

Bixby, department secretary, region<br />

. on map the migration of lobster.<br />

------<br />

. b earn which is comprised of Dr. Deborah Dex-<br />

Dr. David Farris, head of Spl~ey lJ Fste~ t B · I~gy and Dr. William Hazen, Chairman of<br />

ter Marine Zoologist, Dr. Rlchar or, 10 ,<br />

Bi~logy Department at SDSC.


e will<br />

ays be ..<br />

. . smog,<br />

. . . finals,<br />

· · . stopped<br />

clocks<br />

.. and dogs<br />

••• YET


""I i<br />

u ht<br />

orne<br />

known<br />

rce · ·<br />

50<br />

We seek freedoms . . .<br />

. . . from racial<br />

prejudices<br />

... of dress<br />

... and<br />

education<br />

by choice.<br />

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A Year of<br />

Politics and<br />

Persuasion<br />

SERMON ON THE M


Cultural Arts Board<br />

Something<br />

for Everyone<br />

The student-faculty Cultural Arts Board is<br />

heavily-funded by the A.S. Council. It is<br />

CA.B's task to bring events to the university<br />

campus which are enlightening, culturally<br />

stimulating, or simply entertainment-oriented.<br />

Pictured on these pages are a few CA.B.sponsored<br />

events which are representative of<br />

the type of performances available to the<br />

campus community.<br />

Frank Zappa played to a full house in October<br />

with his Mothers of Invention. Gabor<br />

Zabo, internationally famous guitarist, appeared<br />

in Montezuma Hall in the fall. November<br />

brought Dr. Won Kyung Cho, a master<br />

Korean dancer, to the Dramatic Arts Mainstage.<br />

Another tremendously popular CA.B.<br />

offering is the popular film series open to all<br />

students free of charge. Films ~creened this<br />

year in Montezuma Hall included Bonnie &<br />

Clyde, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,<br />

and Goodbye Columbus.<br />

Socialized campus entertainment expanded<br />

this year to include several free open air concerts<br />

in the Greek Bowl.


"It's Only<br />

chool Play.<br />

It II t rt d wh n Julie's house got hung up in the ropes<br />

n op ning night and a smirking audience sat in nervous si-<br />

I n whil th stage crew struggled to get the set on the stage.<br />

h n th st r of the show, Tom Blair, got sick and couldn't<br />

ing fiv hows lat r. Next, Blair was taken to the hospital and<br />

ir tor Gordon Howard dusted off his vocal cords and played<br />

th I d for the last two shows. And the audience loved him.<br />

o pit th se and similar episodes, Carousel will go down<br />

on of n Oi go <strong>State</strong> Theatre's biggest success stories.<br />

I k t to all performances were gone days in advance, and<br />

th r w re lines at each show waiting to hear the word on<br />

n II tions. Several performances were received with standin<br />

ov tions and there wasn't a dry eye in the house as Billy<br />

mad hi final march to Heaven.<br />

F tured players included Tom Blair as Billy Bigelow, Tina<br />

rno s Julie Jordan, Wendy Holzman as Carrie Pepperidge,<br />

nd Jan Hagan as Enoch Snow.<br />

Months of hard work and long hours went into what cannot<br />

b d scribed as "only a school play."<br />

"<br />

LEFT: Hopefuls fill out ca~ds before<br />

taking their places for a dancing chorus<br />

audition. Those trying out were shown<br />

a dance routine by choreographer<br />

Joyce Schumaker and then were. asked<br />

to "sell it" to an unsmiling dlrec.t~r<br />

and his staff. Those passing this Initial<br />

test were put on a callback sheet<br />

so they could come back for the ~ard<br />

stuff. The resulting da~ce r~u:~n~~<br />

provided many of the high porn<br />

the outstanding production.<br />

ABOVE' D'<br />

rehear'l Ilre etor Gordon S. Howard puts a finishing touch into a scene. Some<br />

taken:~ ~ .ast~d into the early morning hours. ABOVE RIGHT: Refusing to ?e<br />

graces E Jall h ,Billy stabs himself. RIG HT: Wonderful Wendy shakes a leg and disnoc<br />

Ibn I-l, ,<br />

AR U EL


Some Harsh Stuff From Genet ...<br />

DEATHWATCH & THE MAID<br />

Joan Brooker and Clara Kirkwood ... The Maids<br />

Dr. Mack Owen, a comparative newcomer<br />

to the university, has gotten into<br />

a nasty habit of bringing meaningful<br />

t~eatre to <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> and giving<br />

his audience something to think about.<br />

For the '69-'70 season he gave us the<br />

very successful modern version of<br />

Orestes. This year he came back with<br />

two nerve-shattering dramas by Genet,<br />

Deathwatch and the Maids.<br />

Deathwatch featured Tom Kopache,<br />

Don Jenkins and Michael Miller (left)<br />

as three brutal men locked together in<br />

the isolation ofa prison cell.<br />

The Maids starred Joan Brooker and<br />

Clara Kirkwood (above) in the story of<br />

two girls who escaped their drab existence<br />

in a weird, ritualistic fantasy.<br />

The action on the stage became so<br />

brutally realistic that Don Jenkins<br />

suffered a cut requiring stitches during<br />

one show, and the two girls landed a<br />

few very convincing \Iashes with a<br />

belt in one scene of The Maids.<br />

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RAY CHARLES!<br />

Cultural Arts Board brought Ray Charles to <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong><br />

for an unforgettable Winter Concert. These photos tell the<br />

whole story of the intense, heartfelt style of this amazing performer.


HITCHI NG A RIDE-<br />

If you wait long enough<br />

Hitchhiking has become an often enjoyable, usually<br />

economically necessary pastime for hundreds of <strong>San</strong><br />

<strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> students. Late in the afternoon, the street<br />

corners surrounding the <strong>University</strong> are filled with student-hitchhikers<br />

bearing signs marked Mission Beach,<br />

Ocean Beach, or names of other outlying areas.<br />

The <strong>University</strong> is a commuter campus, many of our students<br />

living miles away. Hitchhiking has gained tremendous<br />

popularity in the last couple of years as a means of<br />

commuting. It's cheap, it's interesting, and it gets you<br />

there .... sooner or later.<br />

Signs have been placed in strategic locations so that<br />

persons living in the same community can obtain and offer<br />

rides.<br />

.... Somebody's GOTto pick you up.<br />

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Activities<br />

THEY MAKE OUR ISLAND<br />

A UNIVERSITY<br />

For those who live on or near campus,<br />

the environment can become a<br />

sterile one if the only thing that occupies<br />

your life is the classroom.<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> has become the center<br />

for well over a hundred campus organizations<br />

and related activites. These<br />

activities, to which these pages of the<br />

yearbook are dedicated, truly make<br />

this island campus of ours an enriching<br />

university. Activites, whether they<br />

are classroom oriented or not, provide<br />

a laboratory for experimentation and<br />

learning in fields students may be considering<br />

after graduation.<br />

CLOCKWISE, this page: .Mechasponsored<br />

Chicano festival; a scene<br />

from the Theatre Guild's production of<br />

The Maids; a Korean Dancer in concert<br />

through C.A.B.<br />

CLOCKWISE, next page: Backing up<br />

Frank Zappa in a CAB concert; Aztec<br />

Editor Cathy Clark checks some copy;<br />

Campus protest of killing of four Kent<br />

<strong>State</strong> students.<br />

If Involvement is the answer to enlightened existence on our island, how do you<br />

get involved? Several students answered th is question on the following pages .....<br />

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Guildenstern (Ken Harris) jumps up in disgust after Rosencrantz's (Rusty<br />

Greene) long tirade on death.<br />

The Player's Dumb Show foreshadows what is to come.<br />

~'05E~~RANr~<br />

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VIETNAM, CAMBODIA, LAOS, ?<br />

The Student Mobilization Committee Marches for Peace in Southeast Asia<br />

lfi~-"<br />

~ f j<br />

Get<br />

Out<br />

-<br />

,-"- 'f·~:'a'··<br />

,<br />

Stay<br />

Out


(ABOVE) Black students view display of Afro-American art (RIGHT).<br />

(BELOW) Beauty pageant contestants: <strong>Del</strong>ois Kelly, front, left to right,<br />

lyndia Williams, Alice Thornton, Yvetta Edmundson, Jackie Morgan<br />

Jaqueline, and Vicky Butler.<br />

Black Is<br />

Beautifu I<br />

The fourth annual Black is<br />

Beautiful Week was sponsored<br />

by the Black Student's<br />

Council from Feb. 22 to Feb.<br />

28. On campus activities included<br />

a display of Afro-<br />

American clothing and art,<br />

a fashion show and a talent<br />

show.<br />

Other activities were a<br />

modern dance and self-defense<br />

exhibition, a movie,<br />

a beauty pageant and a dance.<br />

The following week the<br />

members of the BSC took<br />

their programs into the com-<br />

munity to present to various<br />

groups.<br />

(ABOVE) <strong>Del</strong>ois Kelly-linda<br />

Wallace modern dance<br />

group. (lEFT) and (BELOW)<br />

Karate students under the<br />

direction of Lloyd Francis,<br />

Tang 500 Do instructor.<br />

\


Boz Scaggs<br />

... blues-rock<br />

Woodstock<br />

... SDSC style<br />

Dol metsch-Schoenfeld Ensem ble<br />

... Baroque chamber music


The JOCK<br />

The jock has been much<br />

maligned<br />

For emphasizi ng brawn not<br />

brains.<br />

He sometimes doesn't know<br />

enough<br />

To come in when it rains.<br />

Running, jumping, throwing,<br />

He does his thing.<br />

Smiling, dreaming, thinking<br />

He's the campus King.<br />

The GREEK<br />

Fraternity or Sorority<br />

It makes no difference which.<br />

Both have come quite a way<br />

Since swallowing goldfish.<br />

Joined by a common need<br />

For friendship and sociality,<br />

They sti II reserve the right<br />

To show some partiality.<br />

The 51LENT MAJORITY<br />

A silent majority man<br />

Doesn't like to raise his voice,<br />

But chooses to remain unknown<br />

And let his vote reveal his choice.<br />

Just one among the multitude,<br />

Or a face in the crowd.<br />

He lets his silence seal his fate,<br />

He doesn't even thi nk out loud.<br />

The RADICAL<br />

Long hair, beards<br />

And the bra-less look,<br />

On four-letter words<br />

He cou Id write the book.<br />

Fighting the establishment<br />

He wants a new solution.<br />

Clenched fists and angry faces<br />

Advocating revolution.


People Are People ...<br />

We don't judge books by their covers<br />

But it's not the same with people.<br />

We see each other<br />

Through eyes of ice.<br />

Too easy to believe<br />

That which appears to be,<br />

Too hard to look<br />

Beyond.<br />

Beyond the distorted,<br />

shallow images<br />

Born out of appeara nces,<br />

Lies the true man and the<br />

true self,<br />

Thinking, creating,<br />

imagining, being.<br />

Strip away the meaningless<br />

facades.<br />

Melt you r ice eyes.<br />

Look and discover<br />

Truth.<br />

· · ·Wherever<br />

YouGo


Black Spirit Squad<br />

Boosts Enthusiasm<br />

The 1970-71 athletic year ushered in a new<br />

dimension in cheering with the expansion of<br />

the Aztec Spirit Corps to include a Black Pep<br />

Squad.<br />

With the introduction of the new squad, it<br />

took time for the situation to become firmly<br />

established. There was the problem of two<br />

distinct groups under two different leaders<br />

attempting to appeal to a common crowd.<br />

The immediate result was competition rather<br />

than the desired unity.<br />

Integration eventually occurred, and the<br />

two squads were able to effectively coordinate<br />

their routines.<br />

Established and financed by the SDSC Black<br />

Student Council, the Black Pep Squad existed<br />

to provide music and entertainment representative<br />

of Black people.<br />

Head white cheerleader, Mike Blumenfield,<br />

expressed the hope that by next year there<br />

would exist one unified squad working together<br />

under a single authority.<br />

CHEERLEADERS-FRONT ROW: Larry Watts, Yvetta Edmundson, Sidney Gaines, Dewey Weber.<br />

SECOND ROW: Liz Dantzler, Marcy Davis, Steve Granfield, Chris Volmer, Rodney Ball, Mike<br />

Blumenfield.<br />

Debbie Ward (above) gives a RAHH while executing the splits as cheerleader<br />

De~ey Weber observes the fans from behind. Songleaders Debbie<br />

Ward, Jull~ Essayan, ~oz Reiner, and Laurie Nelson (top left) perform<br />

~>neof their m?ny routines to the acconlPanying music of the Aztec March-<br />

109 Band. Taking a break from her duties, Gwen Dennis (left) pauses to<br />

watch the game for a minute, applauding a play.<br />

Steve Granfield (below) leads the Aztec fans in a cheer. During the Fresno <strong>State</strong><br />

game, while the stands were rapidly emptying because of the cold, Sam Bolden<br />

(left) takes a break from his cheering to succumb to the frost bite.<br />

MAJORETTES AND FLAG GIRLS-FRONT ROW: Pat Jeglum, Sharyn Yettra. SECOND ROW: Diane Woods, Caroline Wilbur, Denise Woods, Gail<br />

Walcher, Jackie Ziegan, Linda Jadenborg.


Unity and<br />

Solemnitythe<br />

Name of<br />

the Game<br />

BEFORE the game, (left) the Aztecs<br />

gather ensemble around Coach<br />

Coryell for a pep talk and a lastminute<br />

briefing. DURI NG the game<br />

(below left) quarterback Brian<br />

Sipe calls the next play in the huddle.<br />

While the defense is on the<br />

field, Sipe talks over the situation<br />

with second string quarterback,<br />

Jeff Attebery (below). AFTER the<br />

game, (bottom left) Coach Coryell<br />

reflects upon the loss to Cal <strong>State</strong><br />

long Beach, while Jeff Baker, Tim<br />

<strong>Del</strong>aney and Sipe sit in disbelief<br />

(bottom right).<br />

Elected Most Valuable Player, tight end Tim <strong>Del</strong>aney (above left) clenches his teeth and<br />

attempts to ward off a would-be tackler on his way to the endzone. All-Star duo Tom<br />

Shellabarger (74) and Henry Allison (60) (above right) maintain CSCLA rushers as<br />

quarterback Brian Sipe sends a pass up the middle. Eyeing his victim, defensive end<br />

leon Van Gorkum (below) gets around a block and heads for the quarterback.<br />

Place kicker AI limahelu (above) tries for "three," toeing the ball skyward for the<br />

cross bars. Hassled from behind, split end Ken Burrow (right) envelops another Sipe<br />

bomb, under the watchful eyes of the referee.<br />

Aztec All-Stars<br />

All-American offensive guard Henry<br />

Allison and seven other Aztecs peppered<br />

the 1970-71 All-Star listings.<br />

Allison was lauded as AII-PCAA<br />

first team guard, second team AII-<br />

American by the AP sportswriters and<br />

sportscasters, and first team All-Coast<br />

AP.<br />

Joining Allison on the AII-PCAA<br />

first team for the Aztec offense were<br />

place kicker AI Limahelu, ends Ken<br />

Burrow and Tim <strong>Del</strong>aney, tackle Tom<br />

Shellabarger, and quarterback Brian<br />

Sipe. <strong>Del</strong>aney was also listed as third<br />

team All-American AP,. and was the<br />

recipient of the Most Valuable Player<br />

Award.<br />

Defensively, end Leon Van Gorkum<br />

and back Tom Hayes were named to<br />

the first team AII-PCAA, with Van<br />

Gorkum also listed on the second team<br />

All-Coast.


Dual Victory Marks<br />

Grid Season Debut<br />

Goin g into their first ga me with an un beaten<br />

string of 22 games, the <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> Aztecs<br />

premiered their 1970 season with a 35-3 victory<br />

over Northern Illinois <strong>University</strong>.<br />

The Aztec offense engineered a forceful<br />

attack against NIU, sparked by the outstanding<br />

performance of fleet halfback Eddie Steward.<br />

Steward tallied 123 yards rushing on<br />

12 carries and added 49 yards on a kickoff<br />

return to secure the title of PCAA Offensive<br />

Player of the Week.<br />

Other offensive standouts included end Ken<br />

Burrow, who accumulated 127 yards and three<br />

TO's on six receptions, and halfback Marv<br />

Owens, who carried 16 times for 91 yards and<br />

threw a TO pass.<br />

Defensively, Terry Mendenhall was the man<br />

of the week, capping the night with a blocked<br />

punt.<br />

Moving into their second on-the-road contest,<br />

the Aztecs faced North Texas <strong>State</strong> and<br />

walked away with a 23-0 shut-out.<br />

Led this time by a tremendous defensive<br />

performance, <strong>State</strong> held the Eagles to 59 yards<br />

total offense, allowing just 10 yards in the<br />

second half. Defensive end Leon Van Gorkum<br />

piloted the squad by turning in a commendable<br />

performance, highlighted by a 'deflected<br />

pass which he caught on the rebound, racing<br />

30 yards for a touchdown.<br />

THE MEN BEHIND THE STATISTICS-FRONT ROW' Jeff Baker Eddie St d<br />

Gorkum, Jeff Rasmussen, Donnie Rea, Roy Copp, A~dy Rodri ~ez AI li~:~r I' Jon Robert.son, Galen Pavelko, Jack Pauu, Steve Jordan, leon Van<br />

D~~ney, John Featherstone, Tyrone Youngs, Pascal Eyherabide gBru~e Storrs e u, J?h~ ~enno, Marv Owens. SECOND ROW: lynn Meyer; Tim<br />

Willie Buchanon, Mike Reed, Jerry Engle. TOP ROW' Robert West im Hu ' ~ennls Higgins. Caesar Payne, Tom Hayes, Gary Meek, Andre Morris,<br />

Henry Allison, Dick Myer, Randy Scott, Dallas Stah;, Ken Burrow' J Tom S~~lIlmdsey James, G~orge Brown, Jeff Attebery, Chet Sims, <strong>San</strong>dy Napier,<br />

Ron Thrash, Everett langley, Brian Sipe, Terry Mendenhall NOT' PICTUREDabarger, Larry ":1ltchell, Vernell McDaniel, Bruce Ward Gary Flisher,<br />

. . lee Felice, Bill Moore, Ken Stinnett, Jim White, TirJ Wulfemeyer.<br />

-<br />

Grabbed from behind, reserve end John Featherstone (above) makes a crawling attempt at additional<br />

yardage before being pounced upon by a determined CSCLA defender.<br />

Despite attempts by Aztecs Terry Mendenhall (76) and Tom Hayes (24)<br />

(left) to waylay the ball, CSCLA barely get a punt off. Quarterback Brian<br />

Sipe (below) calls out signals and awaits the snap from center Gary Flisher,<br />

an offensive mainstay in an unglorified position.<br />

Defense Dominates<br />

First Home Game<br />

Defensive duo Terry Mendenhall and Andy<br />

Rodriguez brought the home crowd to its<br />

feet as they teamed up to score six points in<br />

the Aztec's 35-0 blitz over CSCLA.<br />

Mendenhall blocked a field goal attempt<br />

on the SDS 23-yard line, Rodriguez scooped<br />

up the ball and returned it to the 40, then<br />

lateralling to Mendenhall, who rambled the<br />

final 60 yards into the endzone.<br />

CSCLA was limited to 126 yards total offense<br />

and one pass completion for five yards, both<br />

all-time Aztec defensive lows.<br />

Highlighting the offensive performance,<br />

halfback Lindsey James scored two TO's and<br />

picked up 32 yards rushing, while halfback<br />

Eddie Steward emerged as the leading groundgainer<br />

with 50 yards. Quarterback Brian Sipe<br />

completed 14 of 26 for 210 yards and two TO's<br />

to key receivers Ken Burrow and Tim <strong>Del</strong>aney.


, , di on a loose fumble to give the Aztecs pos-<br />

Lin ba k r Dallas Stahr (below) capl~allzes o~ a FSC error: ivmg d ercenta e of the season's total yards<br />

I s-siOn of th b II. Halfback larry Mltch~1I (right), rhesp~ns~~I~f?~ a_f;:~e~ 'by SjSgtight end Tim <strong>Del</strong>aney (far<br />

rushing, finds a hole and head up the field on a an -0 , rip e , '<br />

right) out jumps his defenders and snags a pass in the endzone.<br />

Mendy's Heroics Aid<br />

Aztecs in Double Win<br />

Once again the victors of a lopsided contest, the<br />

Aztec gridders ousted <strong>San</strong> Jose <strong>State</strong>, 32-6. Previously<br />

boasting a superb air game and a not-50-good running<br />

attack, the Aztecs finally coordinated their drive and<br />

mustered 193 of their 381 total yards offense on the<br />

ground,<br />

The game was by no means one-sided, as the defense<br />

also did its job well. The Aztec defense hit hard,<br />

held the Spartans to only two yards rushing and 86<br />

yards passing, and even contributed eight points to<br />

the victory.<br />

The instigator in the defense's eight points was lineman<br />

Terry Mendenhall, who charged through the<br />

Spartan line to block two punts in the first quarter.<br />

The first resulted in an Aztec touchdown, and the<br />

second in a safety.<br />

Coryell's Aztec gridders returned to action to down<br />

fresno <strong>State</strong>, 56-14, in the annual AI Bahr Shrine Game,<br />

following a week off from competition.<br />

Going into the game with a 14th place rating in<br />

both the AP and UPI polls, SDS knocked the Bulldogs,<br />

previously undefeated, out of first place.<br />

Offensively, split end Ken Burrow had eight receptions<br />

while Jeff Baker caught two scoring passes. Defensive<br />

tackle Terry Mendenhall came through again!.<br />

He sacked fSC quarterback twice, made 10 unasslstod<br />

tackles and had eight assists. In the backfield, Tor<br />

Hayes and Willie Buchanon each allowed only one<br />

pass completion.<br />

G k m (75) and linebacker Gary Meek (38) (above) crash through the line<br />

Defensive ends Andre Morris (65) and leon Van borkuT' , the Aztec-Sl S game Terry Mendenhall (left) broke through<br />

bli S rtan quarter ac wrce In ,<br />

and convergl,e uPObnla sk cram tlnu~ti~:tely resulting in e'ight points for the Aztec defense,<br />

the Spartan me to oc a pun,


Endurance Runners<br />

Garner NCAA Ninth<br />

Highlighting their season, the Aztec cross<br />

countrymen finished with a ninth place in the<br />

NCAA Championships in Williamsburg, Virginia.<br />

The harriers boasted a season record of 8-0<br />

in dual meets, sparked by the performances of<br />

Tom Davidson, Roger Friend, Bill Inglehart,<br />

John Jacobsen, Dave Matheny, Otis Martin,<br />

and Tom Wheeler.<br />

Junior Otis Martin won both the Aztec Invitational<br />

and the Conference meets, setting<br />

two new course records. He was also awarded<br />

the lessopp Trophy for being the Most Outstandin&<br />

Runner. John Jacobsen was named<br />

the Most Improved Runner, and Tom Wheeler<br />

received the Outstandin g Fresh man award.<br />

Aztec runners Scott Claypoole and Brent .<br />

a stretch of the scenic Balboa Park c Wilson (?bove) pace each other alon<br />

holds a small lead over teammate Dav o~se. Harner Otis Martin (above ri ht~<br />

:well as indi~idual standing. The start o~ a atheny, competing for team ~int~ as<br />

ized by a variety of running forms from th Icross country race (right) is character_<br />

e azy start to the sprint.<br />

AZTEC LEATHERLUNGS-FRONT ROW: Scott Claypoole, Otis Martin Tim Danielso J h<br />

sen, uan Matheny. SECOND ROW: Mike Cour, Brent Wilson Bill Inglehart Jac;'p.o'k~ Jacob-<br />

Wheeler. TOP ROW: Roger Friend, Coach Tony Sucec, Phil Russ'el Dave Powe; NOT pi PIC I Tin,Tom<br />

Tom David aVI son, Dave Mat heny, Harry Ren f' ro, Rick DeNucCio.' Alan Leverenz. B 'R URED'<br />

, , ruce 0bbi bins, .<br />

WATER POLO TEAM-STANDING: Robby Stover, Kirk Gray, Jeff Gere, Bob Burmeister, Bob Moldenhauer,<br />

Larry Cartwright, Steve Prasser, Bob Keefer, Jack Barton, Brooks Patterson Ken Keefer<br />

Keith Pringle, Kris Cook. KNEELING: Tom Fogarty, Bob Moore, Coach Mike Gerry. IN' THE WA TER<br />

Frank Foster, Bob Kegley, Jon Poznanter, John Weaver, Bill Nelson, Steve Seirn, Larry Helland,<br />

Gary Harvey.<br />

Grueling<br />

Hampers<br />

c<br />

o<br />

e<br />

Bettering last year's r ord of 6-14 by posting<br />

a 10-12, the Aztec water poloi ts ar r ady to<br />

make the plus column n t y ar.<br />

Coach Mike Gerry's m rm n w r up against<br />

a touch schedul ,m ting fiv of th<br />

top seven teams in th NCAA Champion hip.<br />

1970 was mostly a building y ar, compl t with<br />

a second year coach and a ho t of n w play rs.<br />

Leading scorers for th Azt s, who ompiled<br />

a season total of 166 goals, w r Jon<br />

Poznanter, with 31, and St v im and Larry<br />

Helland with 29 and 25 r s p ctiv Iy.<br />

Team captain Helland was a unanimous<br />

selection as MVP, and also mad th FV<br />

tournament s cond team AII-P AA.<br />

Aztec Bob Burmeister (32) (below) pass s th ball over<br />

his opponents head in the Cal <strong>State</strong> Long Beach game.<br />

Arms outstretched, goalie<br />

Bill Nelson (left) lunges<br />

to block a close-range<br />

shot. Coach Mike Gerry<br />

lauded Nelson and his<br />

other two goalies, Jack<br />

Barton and Kirk Gray as<br />

a tremendous trio who<br />

blocked approximately<br />

40 per cent of the penalty<br />

shots fired at them.


Jim Tollerton (below) sprints after the ball, trailed by halfback Glenn Campbell. Campbell<br />

scored six season goals, four of which were headed-in from corner kicks. All alone,<br />

Jorge Palacios (left) boots the ball out of Aztec territory as goalie William Van der Wal<br />

watches the defensive maneuver from his cage.


Von Jacobsen pulls down a rebound.<br />

BASKETBALL STARTS SLOW-<br />

ENDS WITH ENTHUSIASM<br />

Dick Davis' 1970-71 basketball squad seemingly played<br />

two seasons this year. In the first-which comprised the<br />

first 12 games of the season-the Aztecs stumbled to an<br />

horrendous 3 and 9 mark. At one point in the slump the<br />

Aztecs could win but one of seven games. However, season<br />

number two began when the then number-one college<br />

division team-Louisanna Tech-ventured into Peterson<br />

Gym. The Aztecs made Tech's reign a short one by downing<br />

it 88 to 78. From this point on Davis's hoopsters were a new<br />

team. They proceeded to win nine of their remaining 14<br />

games and salvage what at first looked like a dismal season.<br />

In the 10 games following and including the Louisiana<br />

Tech contest, the Aztecs won eight of them. Included in<br />

the eight game spree was a 107 to 95 romp over nationallyranked<br />

<strong>University</strong> of Hawaii. It was but one of three defeats<br />

98<br />

handed the Rainbows all year. In Pacific Coast Athletic<br />

Association play, the Aztecs wound up with a 3 and 7 mark,<br />

good for fifth place in the PCAA. However, the final<br />

record is not indicative of the brand of ball Coach Davis'<br />

squad played. The Aztecs were in every game and lost<br />

three of the games by a total of nine points-including the<br />

heart-breaking two point loss in the season's finale at Long<br />

Beach <strong>State</strong>. Overall, the Aztecs need not be ashamed of<br />

their 12 and 14 record. As Coach Davis said, "The kids<br />

played hard every time out and we threw them in against<br />

some of the finest teams in the nation. Despite the fact we<br />

had losing records, I am still gratified with the season."<br />

Indeed, Coach Davis can feel both gratification and pride<br />

about Aztec basketball '70-71.<br />

Ii


Joe lavender<br />

1~~,il(·"'t.I""'It.,." ... I·"I,,·~·\·1""' ••.<br />

Jon Borchert<br />

Schedule<br />

SDS OPPONENT<br />

66 Texas Tech 93<br />

79 Arizona <strong>State</strong> 117<br />

85 Loyola (LA) 91<br />

92 North Dakota <strong>State</strong> 86<br />

86 Ball <strong>State</strong> 75<br />

87 Tulsa 113<br />

68 Creighton 73<br />

77 Colorado 85<br />

73 Cal <strong>State</strong> Long Beach 83<br />

100 Seattle 85<br />

75 UC <strong>San</strong>ta Barbara 81<br />

87 Cal <strong>State</strong> Los Angeles 97<br />

88 Louisiana Tech 78<br />

100 Loyola (LA) 75<br />

97 <strong>University</strong> of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> 82<br />

102 <strong>San</strong> Jose <strong>State</strong> 83<br />

96 Fresno <strong>State</strong> 97<br />

107 Hawaii 95<br />

71 UC Irvine 67<br />

83 <strong>University</strong> of the Pacific 110<br />

115 <strong>San</strong> Jose <strong>State</strong> 102<br />

106 Fresno <strong>State</strong> 95<br />

86 UC <strong>San</strong>ta Barbara 96<br />

70 Cal <strong>State</strong> Los Angeles 77<br />

84 USIU 64<br />

61 Cal <strong>State</strong> Long Beach 63<br />

12 wins, 14 losses<br />

Head Coach Dick Davis<br />

Von Jacobsen<br />

Russ Northcutt<br />

Sid Smith<br />

Gary Schneider starts a fast break.<br />

Tom Egerer


Gary Pickens executes an Iron Cross ...<br />

GYMNASTICS<br />

The one bright spot in the gymnasts'<br />

.500 season was the performance<br />

of Cliff Miyoshi. Miyoshiwho<br />

was unbeaten in dual competition<br />

in floor exercise-captured<br />

the PCAA crown in his specality<br />

and at press time had advanced<br />

to the NCAA finals at the <strong>University</strong><br />

of Michigan. Next year promises to<br />

be a brighter one, with this year's<br />

sophomores and juniors returning<br />

with a year's experience.<br />

... PCAA champ Cliff Miyoshi in his floor exercise routine.<br />

OPP.<br />

Results<br />

SDS<br />

116.25 UCSB 109.25<br />

108 Cal Poly Pomona 101<br />

98 <strong>San</strong> Francisco St. 107 .65<br />

125.50 <strong>San</strong> Jose St. 106 .35<br />

133. 15 long Beach St. 102 .05<br />

102.05 <strong>San</strong> Francisco St. 133 .15<br />

64.45 EICamino<br />

100. 25 Fullerton 118 .30<br />

95.45 Mt. SAC<br />

7th place Holiday Classic<br />

5th place PCAA meet<br />

Left to Right-Bill Lassen, Thad Jankowski, Glen<br />

Hagen, Gary Downes, Bruce Pickens, Bruce<br />

Brewer, Cliff Miyoshi, Scott Jones.<br />

Tony Pohlman -190 Ibs. 9-7-1<br />

Wrestling<br />

led by Joe Tice, Charlie Howell<br />

and Gray Graham, <strong>San</strong><br />

<strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>'s wrestling squad<br />

posted an 8-1-2 mark this season.<br />

Coach Harry Broadbent's<br />

crew placed fourth in the NTC<br />

tournament, third in the Biola<br />

tourny and fourth in the PCAA<br />

conference tournament. Tice<br />

-wrestling at 150 poundslost<br />

only once in the regular<br />

season and was unbeaten in<br />

duel competition. Tice went to<br />

the NCAA District 8 regionals<br />

where his 2 defeats gave him a<br />

final season record of 20-3.<br />

Both Howell and Graham also<br />

went to the district 8 regionals,<br />

where Howell placed third in<br />

the 118 pou nd classification<br />

and Graham took fifth in the<br />

167 pound bracket. Both then<br />

went on to the NCAA meet<br />

where both were beaten in<br />

close, first rou nd decisions.<br />

Top-Mgr. Jim Steumke, Tony<br />

Pohlman, Gray Graham, Dick<br />

Gillett, George Brown, Coach<br />

Harry Broadbent. Bottom-Joe<br />

Tice, Dan Sear, Ron Johnson,<br />

Charlie Howell, Joe Thunder,<br />

Bob Day.


~adr~Y'dHellland, co-captain. Second in PCAA championships in 200 meter<br />

In IVI ua medley.<br />

104 Aztec swimmers leap into action.<br />

Co-Captain Bob Bruckart<br />

Swimming<br />

Coach Gerry's swimmers-led by<br />

Larry Helland-posted a 5-5 mark on<br />

the season. Helland captured second<br />

place in the PCAA conference championships<br />

in the 200 Meter Individual<br />

Medley. Helland's only defeat came at<br />

the hands of world record holder<br />

Gunnar Larsson of Cal <strong>State</strong> Long<br />

Beach. Helland's second place qualified<br />

him for the NCAA meet at Iowa<br />

<strong>State</strong>. However, he failed to qualify<br />

f~r the finals. Helland placed fifth in<br />

his heat with a time of 2:03.5. It would<br />

have take.n a time of 1:57.2 to qualify<br />

f?r the finals, which is a very good<br />

time. During the year Helland set four<br />

school records.<br />

The Aztec crew at battle with a faceless foe off <strong>San</strong>ta Clara Point.<br />

Crew is a sport that isn't<br />

the biggest thing on campus<br />

but just the same it is one<br />

that requires all the hard<br />

work of the more popu lar<br />

"spectator" sports. Crew<br />

isn't the greatest sport for<br />

the spectator, especially<br />

when most contests are held<br />

in the Bay at 9 am Saturday.<br />

Crewpeace<br />

and<br />

solitude<br />

away<br />

from the<br />

Madden-<br />

•<br />

mg<br />

crowd.<br />

In the two pictures on this<br />

page we are attempting to<br />

show the anonymity the<br />

crew members have to<br />

everyone but themselves.


BASEBALL 1971<br />

I<br />

Steve Taylor<br />

Aztec baseball coach Lyle Olsen (left) entered his<br />

seventh season at the helm of the <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> baseball<br />

squad in 1971. Olsen's Aztecs went into the season<br />

aiming to better their 28-18-3 record of 1970 and improve<br />

their second place finish in the PCAA. Pitching<br />

is said to be the name of the game and this year the<br />

Aztecs had two returnees on the mound. Southpaw<br />

Brad Cutler saw limited duty in relief last year but was<br />

expected to lead the mound corps in 1971. After 1971's<br />

first 26 games, Cutler had a 5-1 mark and a 1.03 ERA.<br />

Larry Hemphill is the other returnee Olsen was depending<br />

on. The infield was strong, with Chris Ward,<br />

a newcomer from Citrus, and returners Ron Layton<br />

and Pat Clark the mainstays there. The Aztec outfield<br />

was solid, with letterman Steve Abbey-last year's<br />

leader in RBI's-playing left. It looked like a banner<br />

year for Olsen's Aztecs.<br />

Ron Layton Ass't coach Gene Lamke


After poor start, Aztecs<br />

split first 26 games<br />

Larry Luxenburg hurls against Cal Poly<br />

Chris Ward<br />

Opp<br />

1-4<br />

5<br />

2-6<br />

7<br />

5<br />

9-2<br />

1<br />

3<br />

6<br />

3-0<br />

8<br />

2<br />

5-6<br />

5<br />

4<br />

3-1<br />

2<br />

4<br />

1-9<br />

2<br />

PARTIAL RESULTS-<br />

Cal <strong>State</strong> Fullerton (2)<br />

Cal Poly (Pomona)<br />

UC Riverside (2)<br />

UC Irvine<br />

Arizona <strong>State</strong><br />

Arizona <strong>State</strong> (2)<br />

Univ of Arizona<br />

Univ of Arizona<br />

U niv of Arizona<br />

Univ of Arizona (2)<br />

Chapman<br />

Fresno <strong>State</strong><br />

Fresno <strong>State</strong> (2)<br />

USIU<br />

Utah<br />

Utah (2)<br />

USD<br />

USC<br />

USC (2)<br />

Cal Poly (Pomona)<br />

13-13-1 after 26 games<br />

SDS<br />

4-2<br />

3<br />

1-5<br />

4<br />

1<br />

0-1<br />

3<br />

2<br />

6 (12 inn)<br />

5-3<br />

10<br />

5<br />

4-1 (1stgame16inn)<br />

8<br />

7<br />

14-4<br />

4<br />

2<br />

4-2<br />

6<br />

TRACK 1971<br />

Head coach Dick Wells guided the<br />

Aztec thinclads in the 1971 outdoor<br />

season with some of the finest individual<br />

talent ever at Montezuma Mesa.<br />

Heading the list is All-American Arnie<br />

Robinson (left) who is the current<br />

NCAA Long Jump champion. Robinson<br />

this year is eyeing the SDSC school<br />

record of 26-6 set by Willie Steel in<br />

/<br />

1947. Robinson's previous best is 25-<br />

1(M. Another great leaper is freshman<br />

Jerry Culp. Culp-from Oceanside<br />

high school-has already set a school<br />

record in the high jump at 7-1V4. There<br />

is the possibility of school records in<br />

the 100 and 220 also this year. Eddie<br />

Steward (9.7, 21.6) and Herbie Brown<br />

(9.4, 21.4) should push each other<br />

past the current SDSC records of 9.5<br />

in the 100 and 21.2 in the 220. The<br />

Aztecs got off to a slow start in track<br />

this year but as the fine talent begins<br />

to develop under coach Wells, Aztec<br />

track fortunes should improve.<br />

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Mike Crawford - Discus 164-1M<br />

· •• ~t~,' ""'-' __ "'_" .; " ...... '. .• t ... , • _ ••••<br />

Jerry Culp - High Jump 7-1V4 SDS Record<br />

Rick Olander - Pole Vault 16-4<br />

Eddie Steward -100 9.7 22021.8<br />

Aztec hurdlers Rick Olander, James King and Dennis Downes<br />

Biliinglehart - Two Mile 9:16.6


Tim Danielson - mile 4:08.7<br />

Armando Valencia - Two mile 9:09.8 Mike Cour - 3,llOO-meter steeplechase 9:21.9<br />

James King -120HH14.8, 440 IH 53.1<br />

VOLLEYBALL<br />

Aztecs shoot<br />

for SelVA title<br />

in 1971.<br />

Coach Jack Henn's volleyballers set their sights<br />

on the Southern California Intercollegiate Volleyball<br />

Association title this season. Henn's Aztecs<br />

started with an unblemished 4-0 record and were<br />

girding for a contest with the Trojans of Southern<br />

Cal. To get the Southern California title, however,<br />

the Aztecs would have to knock off rugged<br />

UCLA, the defending NCAA volleyball champ.<br />

Prospects looked good for another title for the<br />

Aztecs as coach Henn has put together another<br />

winning volleyball squad at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> in<br />

1971.


Bernie Feldman, No.1 singles-doubles<br />

~~~~t row left-Stu Yasg~or, Bernie Feldman, Craig Isaacs. Back-Coach Gene Templeton Arthur Strauss<br />

I Degen, Brent Morns, George lncarnpo, Not pictured: Ray Schwartz ' ,<br />

TENNIS<br />

Aztec tennis coach Gene Templeton<br />

was faced this season with a team that<br />

was long on eagerness and short on<br />

experience. The Aztecs-led by Bernie<br />

Feldman-gained experience and<br />

savvy as the season progressed. Feldman<br />

and Stu Yasgoor, freshmen, and<br />

Craig Isaacs and Art Strauss, sophomores,<br />

are expected to make up the ~<br />

heart of the Aztec tennis squad in the<br />

upcoming years. Coach Templeton will<br />

let his players gain the needed experience,<br />

knowing that within the next<br />

two or three years <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong><br />

will have a top-rated tennis team.<br />

I<br />

~<br />

Craig Isaacs, No.2 singles-doubles<br />

J<br />

I<br />

Scott teams win 300th<br />

BACK ROW-Glenn Daugherty, Jack Spradlin, Fred Wood, Chris Carlson, Scott Pomeroy, Dave Stolba, Coach Frank Scott. FRONT ROW-Chris Anderson,<br />

Bill Teasdale, Fred Good, Lon Hinkle, Tom Minor, Ralph Campos.<br />

Lon Hinkle<br />

Coach Frank Scott celebrated<br />

his 23rd season as<br />

golf coach at <strong>State</strong> by registering<br />

his 300th career win.<br />

Scott's 300th came on March<br />

24 as his Aztecs trounced<br />

USIU 50-4. Scott has not had<br />

a losing season since 1955<br />

and this year's team is no<br />

exception. At press time,<br />

the Aztec golfers had a record<br />

of 18-0-1, with four<br />

matches remaining. Included<br />

in the 18 wins are<br />

two over Camp Pendelton,<br />

rated among the nation's<br />

top service teams, and a win<br />

over USIU, a team given a<br />

good shot at the NAIA golf<br />

crown. Among the top individual<br />

golfers on the<br />

squad are first man. Lon<br />

Hinkle, second man Tom<br />

Minor and Jack Spradlin,<br />

who took first in the Cal<br />

<strong>State</strong> Los Angeles Invitationa!'<br />

Tom Minor


Rugby-<br />

An Exercise<br />

in English<br />

mayhem.<br />

An inexperienced back line and some<br />

top-flight competition combined to put a<br />

damper on <strong>State</strong>'s rugby team this year.<br />

However, at press time, the team was looking<br />

forward to the Southern California Rugby<br />

Tournament in <strong>San</strong>ta Barbara. The tournament<br />

is made up of 33 teams from all over<br />

the state and is, in the words of an Aztec<br />

rugby player, "what the season's all about."<br />

The tourney is where the state champion is<br />

crowned, regardless of his season's record.<br />

Last year in the tourny, the Aztecs placed<br />

19th, a very high rating in the second division.<br />

This year <strong>State</strong> is poi nti ng for a first or<br />

second in the second division. In the regu lar<br />

season the Aztec rugby club had a disappointing<br />

record. Losing half of last year's<br />

starters and changing their style of play<br />

didn't help the club. New coach John Mc-<br />

Levie changed the team from-as one player<br />

put it-lithe dirtiest team in the world"to<br />

one of more technique. The bright spot<br />

was the play of the forward pack, which<br />

was on par with that of any team in the<br />

state. Next season the Aztecs will move<br />

from the first college division-which is<br />

made up of the best teams in Californiato<br />

the second division or club division.<br />

The change in division and the increase in<br />

experience should give <strong>State</strong> a fine rugby<br />

club in 1972.<br />

INTRAMURALS<br />

Intramurals is a big part of<br />

sports at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>. One<br />

of the most followed intramural<br />

sports is football. This<br />

year's champs-pictured on<br />

the next page- were the Mutilators.<br />

They raced through an<br />

undefeated season and the<br />

post-season play-offs to capture<br />

all the marbles. Following<br />

is the final DAILY AZTEC<br />

Top Ten ratings:<br />

1. Mutilators<br />

2. Pimps<br />

3. Steamrollers<br />

4. Who are Those Guys<br />

5. NADS I<br />

6. Hole-I n-The-Wall<br />

7. Twatchacallit<br />

8. Bloodeaters<br />

9. York Hunt Club<br />

10. LAC<br />

Although football is not the<br />

only intramural sport, it is by<br />

far the most popular at <strong>San</strong><br />

<strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>. On the next few<br />

pages are pictured the great<br />

and not-so-great in intramural<br />

action.<br />

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All Hail the Champs!


Adm. ,~hick Ha~n:an, Mr.. <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> 1970, presents President Love with the award for 1971. The plaque<br />

read, In .appreCl~tlon of ~I~ valua~le and continuing contribution to the progress and development of his<br />

beloved City, and In recognition of his role as one of the community's great leaders."<br />

A Salute to a<br />

Despite formal petitions requesting<br />

that he remain, President Malcolm A.<br />

Love retired this year after 19 years as<br />

head of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>.<br />

An idealist with an optimistic outlook<br />

and a twinkle in his eye, President<br />

Love was an obscure figure around<br />

campus during his term as administrative<br />

head. He was seldom seen by students<br />

and the location of his office was<br />

unknown to many. His primary concern<br />

as college president was for the<br />

students, however, even though little<br />

direct contact existed.<br />

Nineteen years as head of a student<br />

institution provided Dr. Love with a<br />

favorable eval uation of youth.<br />

"Students have good judgment and<br />

maturity and will not be easily led.<br />

They are not willing to take what people<br />

say as absolute fact, but instead<br />

question what they are told. This is a<br />

strength."<br />

"1 won't let anyone prevent me from<br />

acknowledging that students are great."<br />

Throughout his last couple of years<br />

as president, Dr. Love harbored a<br />

cherished dream that one day <strong>San</strong><br />

<strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> would be a university.<br />

Presented to the legislature again in<br />

1970, the proposal was shy one vote of<br />

passing.<br />

...<br />

,<br />

Humanitarian<br />

"<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> will someday be a<br />

university. It has to be-there is no<br />

question," he confidently asserted.<br />

"In order to be a university a college<br />

would need four nationally accredited<br />

schools. We have seven."<br />

Recognized for his contributions to<br />

higher education in California, President<br />

Love was honored as Mr. <strong>San</strong><br />

<strong>Diego</strong> 1971. He was lauded for his<br />

accomplishments and named the recipient<br />

of the Mr. <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> award by<br />

the Grant Club, an organization of<br />

business and professional men, industrialists,<br />

labor leaders, and civic<br />

officials.<br />

As a turther salute to his admini<br />

strative prowess, the Trustees of the<br />

California <strong>State</strong> Colleges approved a:<br />

proposal that the new $8.2 million<br />

library be called the Malcolm A. Love.<br />

<strong>Library</strong>.<br />

This year for the third time, President<br />

Love was formally requested to<br />

stay at his post by students, faculty,<br />

administration personnel, and alumni.<br />

He declined, however, looking forward<br />

to his retirement.<br />

With no immediate plans for his<br />

retirement, the beginning of a new<br />

period in his lifetime, President Love<br />

will take so me ti me off in between<br />

what he is leaving and whatever he<br />

begins.<br />

Paying tribute to Dr. Love the Aztec Marching Band performed a routine at halftime of one of the football<br />

games, combining precision drills with" Love Makes the World Go Around" and other love themes .


COUNCIL<br />

~~~~~~~~~=~J~~;~!~-~~~-- .~~o,. t n who<br />

f ance (replacing Mike Boyle, vice<br />

. ht: Bob McCu IIy, ding commissioner secretary; ~all~ p dinator Brown, (later preside~~ced rep by Jeff Robin-<br />

Lef~ to J;~Vi'an Conley, recor King executive coor<br />

resigne 'I ter president; Sue<br />

president, a<br />

son)<br />

Headsof <strong>State</strong>-<br />

. ' nsive mood.<br />

Mike Boyle In a pe<br />

Associated<br />

dent governm ent was<br />

St~ back to conservasupposed<br />

to swm~ of Ralph Brown<br />

trsrn ' w ith the. election on Apri 'I 16, 1970,<br />

as AS<br />

Events<br />

president d<br />

prove<br />

that theory pretty<br />

.<br />

much wrong. ., uished primarily<br />

Brown was dlstl~ge Developments<br />

by being unobtr~~n~ occurred more<br />

in student gover: ith<br />

his tenure of<br />

simultaneously se of it.<br />

office than becau developments was<br />

Among those it a five-year<br />

the Athletics<br />

. Authori<br />

., 25<br />

y,<br />

per cent<br />

of<br />

contract commlttltn;very year to interthe<br />

student bud~e and the AS Cou n-<br />

Ilegiate<br />

co .<br />

athletics,<br />

othetun<br />

e of $12,000, of<br />

cil's funding, t r on campus. .,<br />

hild care cente<br />

a c I Brown<br />

On Jan. 13, d<br />

igned to JOin<br />

rest d b<br />

s succeede y<br />

the Marines,. an ~~ke Boyle. B~yle<br />

his vice president of budget hearings<br />

faced a semeste~'t on campus, as<br />

and antiwar actlvl.y s involving pre-<br />

II as controverSle d the police<br />

we . for athletes an, ram<br />

registrauon relations training prog<br />

com~un~~ith<br />

associate<br />

the college.<br />

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Unobtrusive Ralph Brown, first<br />

semester president, with fellow<br />

Oceotl member David Young. Our<br />

photographer, even when subjected<br />

to the tortu re of bei ng forced to<br />

watch as a Hasselblad was thrown<br />

repeatedly against a concrete wall,<br />

would not divulge whether Ralph<br />

was indeed standing on a bench<br />

for the picture.<br />

Nita Hunt, AS corresponding<br />

secretary, doing her daily<br />

homework in Animal Husbandry<br />

199, "Care and Feeding<br />

of the Executive Turkey<br />

Farm."<br />

<strong>San</strong>dbox or Storm-Center?<br />

Student "government" at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong><br />

<strong>State</strong> is not, of course, government at<br />

all, in that it has neither real power<br />

over students' physical well-being nor<br />

the ability to work without restrictions<br />

for what it sees as the greatest benefit<br />

of the "governed".<br />

It is, rather, a type of "association,"<br />

the only experience shared by every<br />

member being the payment each<br />

semester of a $9.50 activities fee, along<br />

with a $7 student union fee. Legally,<br />

it is defined as an "auxiliary corporation"<br />

to the California <strong>State</strong> Colleges,<br />

with a mountain of regulations in official<br />

state documents as to what it can<br />

and cannot do.<br />

Even within this situation, there are<br />

still at least three areas in which this<br />

type of student association may potentially<br />

operate with some degree of<br />

autonomy and influence. This is accomplished<br />

at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> about as<br />

well as anywhere else in the 19-campus<br />

system.<br />

1. Disposition of student funds-<br />

By state law, student activities fees<br />

collected along with college fees are<br />

held in bank accounts by the college,<br />

Student government in "action"<br />

This dynamic commonwealth will self-destruct on June 11.<br />

with all expenditures requiring the approval<br />

of the college president and<br />

business manager.<br />

AS Council funding of things ranging<br />

from intercollegiate athletics to homosexual<br />

liberation fronts have testified<br />

to the supposed liberalism of <strong>San</strong><br />

<strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> administration. Still, that<br />

control exists, and no students here<br />

have yet tried to give all their money<br />

to, for instance, antiwar activity.<br />

2. Student discipline-The Board of<br />

Trustees last fall stripped students of<br />

all previous-ly held decision-making in<br />

student discipline cases. <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong><br />

<strong>State</strong> administrators have pledged to<br />

retain student participation wherever<br />

possible in the new procedures.<br />

3. Participation in curriculum<br />

changes-An AS Academic Affairs<br />

Board has worked for student voting<br />

on curriculum committees, with uneven<br />

results. Despite a year of pressure,<br />

including a sit-in in the college<br />

administration building last spring, the<br />

faculty Senate this year adopted policy<br />

whereby students may advise, but<br />

probably never vote, in faculty personnel<br />

decisions.<br />

The <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> Black Students' Council was formed<br />

with the purpose of giving Black students a new perspective<br />

on their role as students and members of the community.<br />

The BSC works in conjunction with the EOP office<br />

to give guidance and advice to students with problems or<br />

questions concerning college or the community.<br />

Members of the BSC work in cooperation with various<br />

high schools in the county to help orient students in what<br />

they may expect from college life.<br />

Black<br />

Students'<br />

Co uncil<br />

BSC Executive Board<br />

1. Bob Ealy, Executive Vice President<br />

2. Charles Brown, Off-Campus Vice<br />

President<br />

3. David Paschal, President<br />

4. Vallera Jayner, Executive Secretary<br />

5. David Blevins, Vice President of<br />

Activities<br />

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MECHA<br />

1. Danuario Figueroa<br />

2. Elizabeth Canez<br />

3. Cecil ia Escalera<br />

4. Gaspar Oliveira<br />

5. Ricardo Jimenez<br />

6. Horacio Osuna<br />

7. David Canez<br />

8. Jorge Baca<br />

9. Octaviano Quintero<br />

10. Arturo Ayola<br />

11. Javier Mezta<br />

12. Felicitas Nunez<br />

13. Octavio Aguilar<br />

Cultural<br />

Arts<br />

Board<br />

The Cultural Arts Board is responsible for<br />

supplying the students of SDSC with a variety<br />

of films, lectures and concerts, both popular<br />

and classical.<br />

Included in the 1970-71 year were films such<br />

as "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid",<br />

"Alice's Restaurant" and "Bonnie and Clyde."<br />

The CAB members managed to entertain all<br />

segments of the campus community with such<br />

variety as Frank Zappa and the Mothers of<br />

Invention for the long hairs, and William F.<br />

Buckley for the shorts. Ray Charles covered the<br />

something-for-everyone category.<br />

Focusing on perspective, CAB scheduled<br />

performers as guitarist Dave Cheney, soprano<br />

Helen Boatwright, the Hungarian Quartet,<br />

and pianist John Browning, to name just a few.<br />

The chairman of CAB is Dave Olsen .<br />

.I<br />

Community<br />

Involvement<br />

Bureau<br />

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132<br />

1. Robb Wilson<br />

2. Cathy Clark<br />

3. Marcella Maddux<br />

4. Charlene Tichy<br />

5. Joanne Scherer<br />

6. Gary Hill<br />

7. Brad Buckner<br />

8. Karen Miles<br />

9. Carol Monzon<br />

10. Bruce Haynes<br />

Publications Board<br />

).<br />

1. Leah D'Spain<br />

2. Larry Shoemaker<br />

3. Ellen Wier<br />

4. Mike Umpres<br />

5. Price Watkins<br />

6. Edward Franz<br />

Finance Board<br />

1. Mike Boyle<br />

2. Clarence Kennedy<br />

3. Ralph Brown<br />

4. Steve Coslick<br />

5. Bob McCully<br />

6. Carol Monzon<br />

7. Jim Calvery<br />

8 Rudy <strong>San</strong>chez<br />

9: Harvey Goodfriend<br />

Extramural Board<br />

• -4<br />

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Golden Girls officers are, from left: Cindy Simko, recording secretary; Karen Nurmi, corresponding secretary;<br />

Chris Mathis, vice president of community affairs; Jackie Singer, president; Trudi Haines, vice president of campus<br />

affairs; linda Decker, program chairman; Barbie Duncan, program chairman; (not shown) Anna Chavez, treasurer.<br />

GOLDEN GIRLS<br />

Row1<br />

Cindy Simko, President<br />

Kathy Stichman, Secretary<br />

Cathy Schwabe<br />

Jody Meachan<br />

Susie Schum<br />

Cathy Ballew<br />

Merideth Morrison<br />

Jeanne McCumby<br />

Judy Haller<br />

Jane Drinkwalter<br />

Shelly Golliher<br />

Margaret Montoya<br />

Row 2<br />

Joanne Balsells<br />

Cynthia Kent<br />

Carolyn Wilbur<br />

linda Higgins<br />

Gail Merz<br />

Cheri forbes<br />

Patti Brajkovich<br />

Pilar Marquez<br />

Sue lyon<br />

Judy Mattson<br />

Melody Bossard<br />

Row3<br />

Donna McDowell<br />

Patty Beardsley<br />

Miss Rory Leeper<br />

Miss November<br />

Miss Lori Dishman<br />

Miss January<br />

Miss Sally Norton<br />

Miss March<br />

Miss Melody Bossard<br />

Miss May<br />

AE<br />

ZN<br />

TG<br />

EI<br />

eN EER<br />

. f If' D Helmlnz: Ken Brazell' Doug Craig; Ed Rose; Jim Phillips. Second Row:<br />

Members of the Aztec Engineer staff include, ~ront row, rOD~: t .. °B ug adus Br~~kfield' Michael Jones; Ruth Chappell; Ralph Vinge; Darrell<br />

Adele Perkin, Dr. frank Stratton, faculty adviser: lorene IS man, ro ,<br />

Wilburn; Sue landsen.


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KCR<br />

RobbWilson<br />

KCR General Manager<br />

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KCR, founded in 1969, hit its stride in the 1970-71 school year. Involving<br />

more than 100 students in its operations phase, and presenting programs as<br />

diverse as live coverage of William F. Buckley's appearance on campus, and a<br />

comparison of the rock operas "Jesus Christ, Superstar" and "Tommy", KCR<br />

found more than 15 majors represented in its activities.<br />

Moving to "morning-to-midnight" service and solo occupancy of a studio<br />

in the Speech Arts building, KCR instituted a request line, and background<br />

service to Aztec Center and Residence Commons, as well as a special music<br />

service during all three registrations.<br />

KCR's motto of "Involvement Radio" was well served with specials ranging<br />

from the "lura loo" singing Christmas carols to "The New Marxists," a program<br />

explaining what that group was about. In the realm of public affairs "EI<br />

Chile" produced by Mecha Productions for KCR was a first. Chicanos, trained<br />

by KCR staffers, wrote and produced a weekly program, speaking out on a<br />

medium long denied them. Police officer Dave Kelly spoke of his Community<br />

Relations office and coverage of the Spring '70 campus shutdown brought a<br />

national award.<br />

Keeping KCR's "Sound of '71" alive and healthy was General ManagerRobb<br />

Wilson's job. He was assisted by Operations Manager Jim Alburger, Norb<br />

Gallery, Production Chief, Program Director Tonini, New Director Joseph<br />

Molenda, Sales Manager Gary "Think Green" Stoefen, Chief Engineer Jim "It<br />

can't be done but we did it" Cooper, Executive Assistant Ellen Roys, and Traffic<br />

Manager Lisa Huttemeyer.<br />

\<br />

... Involvement Radio.<br />

... the Sounds of '71<br />

KCR<br />

KPBS<br />

".1 need<br />

a 3D-second<br />

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stopwatch ..<br />

. .... 1 have<br />

to get out<br />

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by midnight<br />

at the<br />

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.. "'~y, whose<br />

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143


Teresa Brett<br />

Jane Brinkgern<br />

laura Hall<br />

Pilar Marquez<br />

Kelly Pearce<br />

Debbie Anderson<br />

Karen Anderson<br />

linda Austin<br />

Candy Avery<br />

Gail Bates<br />

Mary Beimford<br />

Linda Berman<br />

Melody Bossard<br />

Marty Brown<br />

Mary Farr<br />

Patti Hartwig<br />

Nancy Martin<br />

Christie Pitts<br />

<strong>San</strong>dra Clifton<br />

Kathy Ford<br />

Janet Hurt<br />

Judith Mattson<br />

linda Pitts<br />

Nancy Corrigan<br />

Cynthia Fredricks<br />

Diana Johnson<br />

Debbie MCGlaun<br />

Barbara Poole<br />

Connie Cullen<br />

lama Goen<br />

Dale Kerig<br />

Carol Ohman<br />

Virginia Price<br />

Robin Dilday<br />

Paula Gregg<br />

Joanne Kolthoff<br />

Laura Ozanne<br />

Maureen Pu rsglove<br />

Alpha Chi Omega Combines<br />

Spirit and Service<br />

This year found A Chi O's supporting the Aztecs at a Dad-Daughter<br />

football game, throwing a Christmas party with ATO for underprivileged<br />

children, and hosting a rollicking Cowboy and Indian<br />

Dance in the spring.<br />

Donna Rice<br />

Pamela Sch mad<br />

Shirley Walter<br />

Patty Rice<br />

Debbie Seaburg<br />

linda Walters<br />

Peggy Rogers<br />

Debbie Smith<br />

Jan Waterman<br />

laurie Rollen<br />

Cathy Steele<br />

Carlyn Wild<br />

Kari <strong>San</strong>ne<br />

Sydney Sutliff<br />

Cathy Zeisler<br />

Alpha Chi Omega Big lyres: (left to right) ROW ONE; Pat Cavanaugh, John Featherstone, Gene Sword;<br />

ROW 7WO; Doug Dickson, Brad Buckner, John Pasto.<br />

Linda Dilday<br />

President<br />

Janis Ferguson<br />

Second Vice President<br />

Pledge Trainer<br />

Mimi Kirk<br />

Social Chairman<br />

Debbie Newak<br />

CAB, Crescents<br />

Military Ball Queen<br />

Marilyn Slaton<br />

First Vice President<br />

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I I<br />

Peggy Ainsworth<br />

liz Boyd<br />

Maureen Goble<br />

Corinna l1il1<br />

Teri laswell<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy McNulty<br />

Janet Purvis<br />

Katherine Amundson<br />

Michelle Bunch<br />

Beverly Good<br />

Laurnie Jackman<br />

Virginia Lehmann<br />

Debbie Messenger<br />

Jennifer Ricanor<br />

Mary Baltz<br />

Deborah Burgess<br />

Jane Haley<br />

Debbie Bartholdi<br />

Pam Compton<br />

Jeannie Hart<br />

Kathleen Johnson<br />

Kris Lohr<br />

Lucinda Morris<br />

Susan Ridout<br />

Janet Berglund<br />

Gail Erick<br />

Debby Henderson<br />

Patricia Johnson<br />

Pat Manglicmot<br />

Shirley Ostertag<br />

Kathy Sedlacek<br />

Becky Blodgett<br />

Kathy Finney<br />

linda Higgins<br />

Janice Kirchner<br />

Janet Mcleod<br />

Linda Pearce<br />

Susan Sexton<br />

I<br />

k Alanna<br />

Alpha Gams-People Who<br />

Like People<br />

Belte Schick<br />

Connie Sticklen<br />

Caroline Watts<br />

It was an enlightening year as members discovered that each<br />

sister is an individual and has a unique personality to add to<br />

the Alpha Gam spirit. The many fun-filled highlights of the<br />

year-the Arabesque Dance, the Christmas Dance, taking<br />

Dads to a Rockets' game, giving a luncheon for Moms, aiding a<br />

cancer drive, and making sandwiches for firemen-did not<br />

minimize the quieter moments spent talking to good friends.<br />

Bonni Schuler<br />

Carol Sumner<br />

July Wierenga<br />

Betty Smith<br />

«athy Sumner<br />

Carolyn Wilbur<br />

Julie Southern<br />

Barbara Tuller<br />

Marcie Wilson<br />

Milly Stassis<br />

Melissa Van Liere<br />

Jackie Ziegaus<br />

<strong>San</strong>dra Campbell<br />

President<br />

Jane Dawson<br />

Angel Flight, Cetza,<br />

Rush a.airman<br />

Nancy Dickinson<br />

Homecoming,Coun<br />

2nd Vice Presi'dent<br />

Miller<br />

First Vice President<br />

Cindy Parks<br />

Golden Girls<br />

ClB<br />

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Cindy Correia<br />

Robyn Doctor<br />

Judy Friend<br />

Kathy Janecek<br />

Susan Cushing<br />

Helen Doran<br />

Gail Habegger<br />

Glenna Jones<br />

Jeanne Davis<br />

Nancy Egbert<br />

Sharon Hagen<br />

Ten Jones<br />

Ann Alsop<br />

Cindy Anglin<br />

Christy Black<br />

Marilyn Black<br />

Christine Boyer<br />

Marilyn Buckley<br />

Jerie Campbell<br />

Patrice Campbell<br />

Sue Campbell<br />

Tammy Carmichael<br />

Gayla Chilcote<br />

Annie Christian<br />

Cheryl Clark<br />

Carol C1eator<br />

Connie Cleator<br />

Mary DeFazio<br />

Sherry Floyd<br />

Cindy Hallmark<br />

Katy Kane<br />

lynn Disharoon<br />

Cheryl Forbes<br />

Deborah Harrington<br />

Melanie Kemp<br />

[anine Dobbs<br />

Barbara Foster<br />

Gayle Holland<br />

Kathie Kingston<br />

Phi's Host<br />

Greeks at "Phi-Esta"<br />

Sisters took part in Founders Day with district chapters, held a<br />

Halloween party for children of alums, collected for the Heart<br />

Association, and enjoyed their annual spring picnic, Alpha<br />

Phi Esta.<br />

Pam Lewis<br />

Sharon McMahon<br />

Carol Lovick<br />

Nancy Menke<br />

Karen MacKain<br />

Gail Merz<br />

Joy Nicholson<br />

Carolynn Olsen<br />

Barbara Riehl<br />

<strong>San</strong>di Schwien<br />

Lynn Shepherd<br />

Georgene Smith<br />

Robin TIdwell<br />

Tracy Villar<br />

Cindy Maynard<br />

Debby Moore<br />

Kathy Mcilwain<br />

Joy Moradian<br />

Sue Baggerly<br />

President<br />

loriGrimm<br />

Angel Flight, Special<br />

Events Board Chairman<br />

Jackie Singer<br />

Golden Girls President<br />

A.S. CouncU<br />

Janis Ward<br />

Past President<br />

Debbie Ward<br />

Diane wells<br />

JiliWinnen<br />

Margaret Wolter Michele West<br />

Daily Aztec Activities<br />

Editor, SAE Little Sisters<br />

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Irma Bravo Nancy Bray Karen Carey<br />

Carol DeVno<br />

MegFiocken<br />

Carol Good<br />

Martha McGowan<br />

Pam Pieper<br />

Robin E~al<br />

Anne Foltz<br />

Dodi Hope<br />

Sally Norton<br />

Marsha Redd<br />

Judy Elliott<br />

<strong>San</strong>dra French<br />

Pamela limneos<br />

leslie Page<br />

Sally Robichaud<br />

MazieChau Donna Deane<br />

AZD's and their dates gathered for an enchanting<br />

midnight barbeque at Halloween.<br />

-"- -*'2 -- ~,,- ~<br />

AI pha Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Helps Indian Children<br />

AZD's' combined fun with service this year as they held luncheons,<br />

dances, retreats, and lectures. Needy Indian children<br />

received Christmas greetings from members, and Dads were<br />

treated to a hockey game in November.<br />

Terri Shewmaker<br />

Dee Dee Smith<br />

Gail Stock<br />

Helen Thomas<br />

Mary Schiler<br />

Alexandra Singer<br />

Marla Steinert<br />

Carol Thomas<br />

linda Wheelock<br />

Sharyn Yettra<br />

President<br />

Oyan Malson<br />

Dean's Ust<br />

Athletic Spiril Board<br />

Cynthia Murdoch<br />

Rush Chairman<br />

MortarBoard<br />

Ski Club<br />

Karen Nurmi<br />

Goldffi Girls secretary<br />

Angel Flight<br />

Marcia <strong>San</strong>ders<br />

Pledge Trainer<br />

Angel Flight<br />

Dean's Ust<br />

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Kathy Beets Nancy Belford Kathie Ben ko<br />

Pam Bremer<br />

Cindy Dunn<br />

lauren Greene<br />

Andy Jones<br />

Debbie lyons<br />

Barb Neiswander<br />

linda Carey<br />

Mary Franks<br />

NancieGreenfield<br />

Pamela Jones<br />

Waltona Manion<br />

Jan Newberry<br />

Nancie Ocala<br />

Patty Forsell<br />

Betsy Hank<br />

Mary Knapp<br />

Iody Meacham<br />

Karen Olsen<br />

Deborah Betty Charlotte Bourda <strong>San</strong>dy Bradner<br />

Sharon Citizen<br />

Cathy Garvey<br />

Linda Hinos<br />

Cynthia Kent<br />

Betti Moser<br />

Debbie Paxton<br />

Marcy Davis<br />

Carol Graham<br />

Nanci Howell<br />

linda lane<br />

Jan Myers<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Pedersen<br />

linda Kay Decker<br />

Meg Graham<br />

lynn Jakes<br />

Nancy lieb<br />

Margret Nedrow<br />

Suzie Pedersen<br />

t<br />

f<br />

Chi O's Uphold Social and<br />

Academic Traditions<br />

One of the largest sororities on campus, Chi Omega annually<br />

captures scholarship and athletic honors, along with upholding<br />

a reputation of thoroughly enjoyable social happenings.<br />

This year was no exception as Chi O's adopted a Navajo Indian<br />

child, hosted parents for a football game, and sailed through<br />

their annual Chi 0 Cruise.<br />

Martha Pelky<br />

Jacque Reinhart<br />

Debbie Secoy<br />

Mary Wright<br />

Suzann Phillips<br />

Kim Schall<br />

Cathi Sugaski<br />

<strong>San</strong>dra Poole<br />

Debbie Schindler<br />

linda Warneke<br />

Dana Regan<br />

Cathy Schwabe<br />

Jill Weiser<br />

Nancy Reh<br />

lucy Schumann<br />

PalliWelker<br />

Sue lyon<br />

President<br />

Connie Burns<br />

Rush Chairman<br />

Jr. PanheUenic<br />

Carol Goodman<br />

Treasurer<br />

Dean's list<br />

Debbie Greenfield<br />

MortarBoard<br />

Dean's list<br />

Angel Flight<br />

Shirley Huddleston 155<br />

Dean's list<br />

Pan hellenic<br />

Executive Board


Adrienne Alpert<br />

Lori Cheu<br />

Lucy Daniels<br />

Wanda Andersen<br />

Patti Coil<br />

)0 Dickie<br />

Ruth Gottfield<br />

Jeanne Anderson<br />

Maya Colchagoff<br />

Casey Eskanasy<br />

Melissa Hartzell<br />

Cheryl Ball<br />

Ana Cordero<br />

Christy.Forster<br />

Barbara Hatalsan<br />

Claire Brydahl<br />

Bonny Crafts<br />

Gayle Frauenburger<br />

i<br />

Gammies Get it on<br />

Gammies kept busy attending their annual Halloween Party and<br />

Christmas Party, hosting Dads for a football game, and holding<br />

pledge and active work weeks to renovate their house. Everyone<br />

tried their own special recipe on the sisters at Sunday dinners.<br />

Members also participated enthusiastically in the annual Sigma<br />

Chi Derby Day.<br />

Ellen Hegwer<br />

Susan Hollingsworth<br />

Marian Hopkins<br />

Pam Hummel<br />

Pat Kepple<br />

laurie Larabee<br />

Ginny liebner<br />

jeanene Maim<br />

Pam Mavinac<br />

Pat Milefckif<br />

Jill Moulton<br />

linda McKinney<br />

Chris Mclarty<br />

Barbara McMahon<br />

Nancy Rice<br />

Terri Rice<br />

Carol Ann Saviano<br />

Brenda Schneider<br />

Cindy Scholz<br />

Jan Shideler<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Spencer<br />

linda Stewardson<br />

laura Tyler<br />

Marcia Warner<br />

Kathy Williams<br />

Diane Smales<br />

President<br />

Vian Conley<br />

A.S. secretary<br />

Golden Girls<br />

Barbara Gordon<br />

little Sigmas<br />

Pan hellenic<br />

Michelle Johnson<br />

MortarBoard<br />

Angel Flight<br />

Pam lineburger<br />

MortarBoard<br />

Crescents<br />

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j<br />

Theta's Keep Moving Ahead<br />

Pledge presents welcomed a great class to Theta this year. Annual<br />

events like Dad's Night football game, a very successful<br />

Christmas Party, and the Chi-O-Theta breakfast, were supplemented<br />

by a Theta-Sigma Pi Christmas Party for underprivileged<br />

children, the Pi Phi dessert and Spring Party.<br />

Janet Randall<br />

President<br />

lynne Gates<br />

Social Chairman<br />

Janie Gorton<br />

MOr1arboard<br />

Rush Chairman<br />

Marilee Mclean<br />

Activities Chairman<br />

Who's Who<br />

Jill Andrew Susan Barry Debbie Kinney Anne Parrish<br />

Susan Bauer<br />

Paige Bosacki<br />

Carole Beckwith Debby Bentley Carolyn Hull Undsay Fitzpatrick Karen Funk Kay Howe<br />

Jenny Campbell Christie lone<br />

Angel Flight<br />

Carol Chalfant<br />

leanne Collins <strong>San</strong>di Clark Rom Coleman Nancy Knight Nancy Hummel Shelley Huson Joan Kellogg<br />

Karen Cornwell Susan Cromer<br />

Pledge Trainer<br />

Kathy Crosthwaite Glenna Curley Mari lottes Kris Knutsen lorna lee Randie lewis Dorothy ROllschafer<br />

lorie Dibble Carolyn Dowe Helen Duffy Sally Stewart Cathy Monninger Kathy Murman TeriTurner<br />

lynne Eadie Mary Faas Jeanne MacAdam<br />

Ellyn Wade<br />

Cindy Whipple<br />

j<br />

Kathi Streeter Judy Suiter Marilyn Tudal<br />

Vicki Walker Patricia Ward Holly Waters<br />

159


lorene Alcock<br />

Janet Atkins<br />

Diane Bank<br />

Glenny Beeber<br />

Katie Blakely<br />

Sue Bontadelli<br />

Cindy Boyer<br />

Martha Carter<br />

Jennifer Case<br />

Teri Clever<br />

Christine Dawson<br />

Judy Duffield<br />

Kathy Elling<br />

Debbie Harbison<br />

Pat Harmon<br />

Kathy Hentschel<br />

Kathy Hinck<br />

<strong>San</strong>dra large<br />

Jeri lentz<br />

Christine Maginn<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pledges<br />

Michele Morgan<br />

Cathy Myers<br />

Susan Price<br />

Kathy Stich man<br />

Attend Fall Retreat<br />

Actives gathered to greet new pledges at pledge-active retreat,<br />

then hosted Dads for a football game. The newly remodeled<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta house received admiration by Moms at a Mother's<br />

Day luncheon. A Christmas Dance in the fall and the Roaring<br />

20's Spring Dance highlighted a busy year for KD's.<br />

Roselyn Morgan<br />

Martha Nastronero<br />

Vivian Price<br />

Betty Terrill<br />

Maureen McCully<br />

Robin Nichols<br />

Cindy Rea<br />

Heidi Topper<br />

Andine Persson<br />

Mary Stall<br />

Cathy Wordell<br />

Bonny Storey<br />

President<br />

Kris Barrus<br />

Activities Chairman<br />

Shell and Oar<br />

<strong>Del</strong>era Deal<br />

Angel Flight<br />

TKEDaughters<br />

of<br />

Diana president<br />

Barbie Duncan<br />

Golden Girls<br />

Serpentenes president<br />

Jeanne McCumby<br />

Rush Chairman<br />

Golden Girls<br />

161


Diane Arobio<br />

Patti Brajkovich<br />

Donna Gale<br />

Carol Hoffman<br />

Donna Barnell<br />

Shere Briggs<br />

Carol Haley<br />

Lorayne Johnson<br />

Susan Barry<br />

Donna Cash<br />

Nancy Halvorson<br />

Marie March<br />

Joanie Black<br />

Carol Collins<br />

Elizabeth Boone<br />

Mimi Ellison<br />

Cornelia Hayes<br />

Michelle Massip<br />

Colleen Bowman<br />

Jerry Farrar<br />

Part Higgins<br />

Mindy McDonald<br />

r<br />

Pi Phi. · Really Fine<br />

Bobi McKenzie<br />

Peggy Pearce<br />

Cathy Rice<br />

Suzie Shull<br />

Kathleen Stonum<br />

With their chapter honored as one of the top in the nation,<br />

Pi Phi's at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> again sponsored a Southeast <strong>San</strong><br />

<strong>Diego</strong> Brownie troop. Parents' Nite found members entertaining<br />

their parents at dinner and a football game. Members<br />

capped a productive and innovative year with the annual<br />

Spring Fling Luau in April.<br />

Punkie McMahan<br />

Laurie Peterson<br />

Kristi Schmidt<br />

Kris Smith<br />

Mary Kay Taylor<br />

Connie Moyer<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Price<br />

Kristine Nelson<br />

Cindy Prill<br />

Susan Schofield<br />

Paula Stockwell<br />

Chris Turner<br />

Kary O'Neill<br />

Joanne Redlinger<br />

Kim Shreading<br />

Amy Stoddard<br />

Joan Turner<br />

Julie Heathman<br />

President<br />

Jan Edwards<br />

Scholarship Chairman<br />

Lynn Pettijohn<br />

Vice President<br />

Barbee Rubenstein<br />

Secretary<br />

Shelley Stone<br />

Pledge Trainer<br />

163


Shari Alexander<br />

Denise England<br />

Teri lord<br />

\(icki Bradford<br />

Colleen Curry<br />

Janet Henderson<br />

Mary Ellen linch<br />

Kathleen Cadman<br />

Martha Curtin<br />

Jane Hilgendorf<br />

Debby Mattioli<br />

Mary Ann Coffman<br />

Susan Dixon<br />

Sharon Hortman<br />

Candy Marrs<br />

Carol Costigan<br />

Patricia Doud<br />

Jeane James<br />

M'Iiss Minkel<br />

Karin Crow<br />

Kimberlee Kidd<br />

Kim Rossell<br />

Sigma Kappa Excels<br />

in Intramural Sports<br />

Along with capturing top honors in intramural sports, Sigma Kappa took active<br />

part in Derby Day. Their social calendar included such successes as the annual<br />

Jingle Bell Christmas Formal, and Spring Fling. Parents' Weekend in November<br />

and community service at the Alvarado Convalescent Home completed<br />

the schedule of activities.<br />

Diane Ruffner<br />

Gail Schriefer<br />

Patti Sharkey<br />

Wendy Stackhouse<br />

Cindy Stolier<br />

Kerry Stryker<br />

Tricia Treppa<br />

<strong>San</strong>dra Tufts<br />

Gayle Van Voorhis<br />

Teddy Wade<br />

laurie Whipple<br />

Sharon Whitley<br />

Barbara Perrou<br />

President<br />

Caralie Finch<br />

Vice President, Dean's List<br />

Rugbyettes<br />

Janet Mcleod<br />

Panhellenic Vice President<br />

Shell and Oar<br />

Kathy Saterdahl<br />

Rush Chairman, Young life<br />

Annette Valentino<br />

Angel Flight Vice President<br />

Assistant Pledge Trainer<br />

165


<strong>Del</strong>ta Zeta Begins New<br />

Diane Stamp<br />

President<br />

Cheryl Myers<br />

Vice President<br />

Pledge Trainer<br />

Donna Sinclair<br />

House Manager<br />

Year With New House<br />

A new house opened its doors to greet pledges as DZ began<br />

another year to be marked by a swinging Christmas party.<br />

Members received a learning experience at the <strong>State</strong> Convention<br />

in May, and romped at Derby Day, still finding time to<br />

work with deaf children at the Janet Thompson School.<br />

Kathleen Burke<br />

Pledge Class President<br />

Susan Boaz<br />

Barbara Maloney<br />

Kris Champlin<br />

Corinne Rapp<br />

Susan Gilman<br />

Treasurer<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi<br />

Uttle Sister<br />

Cathy Evans<br />

Maura Romley<br />

Miss Debbie Anderson<br />

Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl<br />

Mr. Bill Kintze/e<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Man


168<br />

Miss <strong>Del</strong>la Levens tein<br />

Alpha Epsilon Pi<br />

Sweetheart<br />

Mr. Mike Gerson<br />

Kappa Alpha Theta Man<br />

Mr. Bob Messina<br />

Alpha Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta Man<br />

Miss Ellyn Wade<br />

Sigma Pi<br />

Orchid Ball Queen


I.<br />

F<br />

"<br />

170<br />

Mr. George Brown<br />

Chi Omega Man<br />

Mr. Dick Mitchell<br />

Alpha Phi Ivy Man<br />

Miss <strong>San</strong>dra Campbell<br />

Theta Chi Dream Girl<br />

Miss Vera Corsi<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi<br />

Sweetheart<br />

171


Mr. Gary Norgin<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Zeta Man<br />

Miss Sue Vinton<br />

Lambda Chi Alpha<br />

Crescen t Girl<br />

Mr. John McCreedy<br />

Gamma Phi Beta Man<br />

Miss Lou Woodbury<br />

<strong>Del</strong> ta Chi Sweetheart<br />

173


174<br />

Bruce Bart<br />

President<br />

David Belenzon<br />

Treasurer<br />

Ira Levine<br />

Secretary<br />

Dean Marden<br />

Member at Large<br />

Cliff Sherr<br />

Arnold E. Yoffman<br />

Outstanding<br />

Undergraduate<br />

Alpha Epsilon Pi<br />

Marks Installation<br />

The year was marked in December by installation of A E Pi; as<br />

a national chapter by Dr. Robert Ausman, Supreme Master.<br />

Executive Vice President George Toll was also present during<br />

the ceremonies, which included the dedication of the house.<br />

During the year, members kept busy with contributions to<br />

UMOC, the annual Pajama Party and Hippie Party. A E Pi<br />

took (FC scholastic awards for the 5th semester in a row. Some<br />

time was also spent worrying about a mysterious kidnap during<br />

Spring Vacation.<br />

Sid AAronson Joe Bessler Jim Black<br />

Jack Cohen Scott Dunkelman<br />

Rich Feller Steve Horrow Gary Orlansky Barry Perlin Darrell Reuther<br />

Cheyenne Riley Jim Rosenbaum Larry Ruby Marty Ruby Mark Weismann


176<br />

Lynn Reeff<br />

President<br />

John Handel<br />

Treasurer<br />

Bert McClung<br />

Pledge Trainer<br />

Chuck Snodgrass<br />

Secretary<br />

Jan Statmen<br />

Oceotl,IFC<br />

Vice President<br />

ATO's Uphold Social<br />

and Service Traditions<br />

Long established at <strong>State</strong> and known for it's friendliness, <strong>San</strong><br />

<strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> ATO Chapter again joined the A Chi a's for a<br />

Christmas party with needy children. The annual "Shipwreck"<br />

dance on Rowing Club Island, and" Heidelberg"-a party with<br />

the "Swiss" flair-proved successful again this year.<br />

John Atkinson<br />

Dave Carrol<br />

Dennis Gerner<br />

Wayne Blakney<br />

Dave Duerson<br />

Mike Graziano<br />

Jim Bozung<br />

Bill Floyd<br />

Ron Hasen<br />

Paul Bucky<br />

Don Gehring<br />

Jeff Jacobsen<br />

Ruben Marchosky<br />

Ed Mari<br />

Philip Mayer<br />

Mike Miller<br />

Frank O'Brien<br />

Mike Pieratt<br />

John Risley<br />

Bob Richardson<br />

Bob Rosen<br />

Steve Shaw<br />

Glenn Skirvin<br />

Doug Stewart<br />

Mark Stransky<br />

Greg Thornton<br />

Thomas Todd<br />

Ron Vandercook


178<br />

Ed Adkisson<br />

President<br />

Pete Brewer<br />

Treasurer<br />

Eugene O'Donovan<br />

Alumni Secretary<br />

Terry Pelton<br />

Vice President<br />

Ken Riha<br />

Secretary<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Chi Takes Chances<br />

At Harold's Night<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Chi began its sixth year on campus with a Harold's<br />

Night gambling party held by its little sister group, Chi <strong>Del</strong>phia.<br />

The party was a tremendous success for the girls, but many of<br />

the brothers noticed sizeable holes in their pocketbooks after<br />

it ended. In mid-Fall the brothers sponsored an all-campus<br />

dance concert featuring Surprise Package. <strong>Del</strong>ta Chi's frequent,<br />

informal roof parties showed just how high the bro's<br />

could get.<br />

Gary Hill<br />

Alan Marshall<br />

Robert Miller<br />

Alan Pryor Gregory Rice Alan Rook<br />

Ron Schmid larry Smith<br />

David Stevens


1.Larry Nordell<br />

2.Bob Dunham<br />

3.Bill Sten quist<br />

4.Mike Doran<br />

5. Duck<br />

6. Will Wilson<br />

7. Don Good<br />

8. Larry Gable<br />

9. Mike Mezin<br />

10. Mike Gerson<br />

11. Paul McBride<br />

12. Phil Hoffman<br />

13. John Sullivan<br />

14. Mike Offerman<br />

15. Charlie Davis<br />

16. Gary Maltby<br />

17. Duck<br />

18. Banner<br />

19. Vic Gerson<br />

20. Mike Judd<br />

21. Joe Cohen<br />

22. Jim Schmitz<br />

23. Bruce Clark<br />

24. Frank Miller<br />

25. Tom Darcey<br />

26. Joe Mineo<br />

27. Bill Darnell<br />

28. Toney Franey<br />

29. Randy Coutts<br />

30. Jack Shinn<br />

31. Jerry Muncy<br />

32. Bill Plemmons<br />

33. George Carson<br />

34. Bob McCausland<br />

35. Rick Galven<br />

36. John Little<br />

37. Bill Miller<br />

38. Mike Rena<br />

180<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Upsilon Means Brotherhood


182<br />

Max Gentzler<br />

President<br />

Charles Guenther<br />

Secretary<br />

Gary Norgan<br />

House Manager<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Zeta Man<br />

Steve Selig mann<br />

Treasurer<br />

Tom Warren<br />

Vice President<br />

IFC<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi Pursues<br />

Diversified Activities<br />

Diversified activities highlighted the year for <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigs as<br />

annual events like the Pine Valley Christmas Party, the Carnation<br />

Ball, Roaring Twenties Dance, proved successful again.<br />

The Founder's Day dinner was held at Boom Trenchards and<br />

the Salton Sea trip at Easter earned rave notices from m embers.<br />

At least a few members will remember the extremely<br />

enjoyable annual DSP's Fondling Father's First Festival.<br />

Philip Aronoff<br />

Michael Becker<br />

Randy Betts<br />

Ral ph Carrier<br />

John Emerick<br />

Mike Lebens<br />

Frank Moraff<br />

Mike Recht<br />

Steve Nau<br />

Donald Moore


184<br />

jim leach<br />

President<br />

Mike Guyer<br />

Rush Chairman<br />

AS Council<br />

john McCreedy<br />

Treasurer, PAB<br />

Gamma Phi Beta Man<br />

john Tipton<br />

Who's Who<br />

IFC<br />

Lambda Chi-A Tradition<br />

of Interest in People<br />

Spirited lambda Chi ran away with the (FC football championship<br />

this year, along with top honors in bowling. Contributions<br />

to campus activities included an Operation Suitcase<br />

for the dormies and a Registration lnforrnation Booth to aid<br />

incoming students. The brothers joined the Pi Phi's to host<br />

80 underprivileged children for a day at the S.D. Zoo. Rounding<br />

out the semester, lambda Chi held its annual Christmas<br />

party in Pine Valley.<br />

jed Andresen<br />

Patrick Clark<br />

jim Clemens<br />

Tom DeHart<br />

Samuel Dickinson<br />

Ralph Dixon<br />

Henry Ferry<br />

joe Filson<br />

Terry Foreman<br />

Thomas Fulkerson<br />

Tim Gauss<br />

Rob Hodin<br />

jeff Keane<br />

Charles Kuhns<br />

Dan landa<br />

Marco liMandri<br />

Bruce liming<br />

Gary Stevens<br />

Dick Taggersell<br />

Michael Terao<br />

Aldis Valkirs<br />

Donald Willis<br />

Glen Matsuoka<br />

Gary Mills<br />

Richard Nelson<br />

Bruce Olander<br />

Bill Oxidine<br />

Paul Partyke<br />

Chuck Peterson<br />

james Portman<br />

Fritz Reynolds<br />

Ken Ruggerone<br />

Richard <strong>San</strong>ders<br />

Frank Sipan<br />

Scott Sloggett<br />

William Spivey<br />

Paul Steiner


186<br />

Brad Buckner<br />

President<br />

Michael Parkhurst<br />

Treasurer<br />

john Pasto<br />

Oceotl,IFC<br />

Mike Spilger<br />

Pledge Master,<br />

Oceotl<br />

Gene Sword<br />

Past President<br />

Oceotl<br />

Pikes Celebrate 21st Year<br />

Finishing as the (FC Divisional Football Champs, the men of<br />

Pi Kappa Alpha also showed athletic skill in the annual Chariot<br />

Races. Pikes didn't miss on the social scene either as they hosted<br />

a Christmas party and a Spring Picnic for their sweethearts,<br />

a fabulously successful Dreamgirl Weekend, and such reliable<br />

events as the Boxer Rebellion and Toga Party.<br />

Tony Allard Bruce Arnold Tim Aspel les Ayers Craig Brewer<br />

Pi Kappa Alpha little Sisters; LEFT TO RIGHT ROW ONE: Carole Beckwith, DebbieHamilton, Debbie Ande~son,<br />

lora~n~ j~hnson, Pat Kepple, Cindy Simco; ROW TWO: <strong>San</strong>dy Price, Ann Carl, Patti Hartwig, ChrIS<br />

Turner, Mimi Ellison; ROW THREE; Gemma Fontes, Trish Smith, Barb McMahan, Barb Roberts.<br />

Rick Colvey<br />

jim Damko Scott Daughtrty<br />

jack Dugal"<br />

Steve Granfield<br />

"...- --~..- -~.<br />

Donald Grimmett PhillaGrow Ronald lister<br />

Mike Hall Dan jones<br />

Tom Measures<br />

Dennis Ralyea<br />

David Mcleod<br />

Russ <strong>San</strong>de<br />

H. Wayne Nielsen<br />

Barry Silveius<br />

Peter Olson<br />

BillStuart<br />

Dan O'Neil<br />

Stephen Wolcott


I<br />

I<br />

188<br />

Tom Stickel<br />

President<br />

Jeff Attebery<br />

Varsity Football<br />

Mike Boyle<br />

A.S. Vice president<br />

Rusty Hopkins<br />

Treasurer<br />

Mike Straley<br />

Activities Board<br />

Rush Chairman<br />

Ben Berry<br />

Ken Buck<br />

James Custeall<br />

SAE's Participate in<br />

Leadership School<br />

This year saw SAE's initiate the first annual Alpha Phi Ivy Day,<br />

along with traditional social successes like the Boxer Rebellion<br />

and Christmas Party. Brothers also took time for a trip to the<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> Zoo with underprivileged children, and participated<br />

in their leadership School in Evanston, Illinois.<br />

James Boaz<br />

Gregory Cole<br />

Peter Fretwell<br />

Michael Bohan<br />

Dan Cooper<br />

Tom Graciano<br />

Greg Boyes<br />

John Cox<br />

Jess Halverstadt<br />

Jay Brickley<br />

Rich Cunningham<br />

Steve Handler<br />

Nick Harris<br />

Dexter Lanois<br />

John Marino<br />

Mark Intermill<br />

Jeff Langford<br />

Blake Mathews Steve Mc Chesney Tom McWeeney<br />

Ralph Rollins Fred Ruck Gerald <strong>San</strong>ders<br />

Rick Jarrett<br />

Jerry Leininger<br />

Thomas Kirkbridge<br />

Mark Lewis<br />

Steve Oliver<br />

Paul Sues<br />

Buz Powers<br />

Steve Taylor<br />

Lloyd Kitson<br />

Greg Lough<br />

Richard Landess<br />

Don Makie<br />

Jeff Robinson<br />

Ken Williams


190<br />

Tony Anderson<br />

President<br />

Bob Lewis<br />

Pledge Trainer<br />

Jeff Rasmussen<br />

House Manager<br />

Varsity Football<br />

Leon Van Gorkum<br />

Varsity Football<br />

Dewey Weber<br />

Vice President<br />

Rush Chairman<br />

Sigma Chi Men Display<br />

Athletic Excellence<br />

The brothers of Sigma Chi upheld their tradition of athletic<br />

leadership as this year's chapter included 10 Varsity Aztecs.<br />

The largest pledge class ever proved successful as they ran<br />

away with the IFC Chariot Race trophy. Derby Day, an annual<br />

all-Greek event provided a day to "let go" again this year.<br />

Gary Dwyer<br />

Steve Jordan<br />

Steve McArthur<br />

Frank Aronoff<br />

Ed Church<br />

Jerry Engle<br />

Robert Knight<br />

James Minton<br />

Taetafe Avii<br />

Joe Cibit<br />

Bob Hansen<br />

Tom Machos<br />

Richard Morris<br />

John Barton<br />

Jason Craney<br />

Steve Henson<br />

John Mahoney<br />

Todd Moyse<br />

Eddie Bracken<br />

Dag Duran<br />

Gary Honea<br />

David Maye<br />

Bob Munnich<br />

J<br />

Peter Stephan Neil Vincent Keith Warren LarryWatts Forrest Williams<br />

Richard Myer<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Napier<br />

Larry Neel y<br />

Mike N el y<br />

Jack Pauu<br />

Rory Reev s<br />

Jinks Ryes<br />

Gr g Robinson<br />

Roger Richards<br />

Jam s Ried I<br />

Frank Rocker<br />

Robert Schuldi s<br />

Mark S If<br />

Scott Sims<br />

Don Sing


192<br />

Mike Gallagher<br />

President<br />

Davi Britton<br />

Past Vice President<br />

Past Recording<br />

Secretary<br />

Dennis Dauost<br />

OCEOn President<br />

Doug Dickson<br />

Past President<br />

OCEOn<br />

Mike Maxsenti<br />

Vice President<br />

Sig Ep's Presented<br />

With Improvement Award<br />

Sig Ep's are always major competitors in all IFC atheltics. This<br />

year the chapter was selected by the National Chapter to<br />

receive the "Excelsior" Award for the most improved chapter.<br />

Highlighting the social events were the Red Head Fireside,<br />

the Pajama Party, holiday gatherings at Christmas and New<br />

Years, the Queen of Hearts, and Sweetheart Ball in the Spring.<br />

Prentice Boykin<br />

Michael De Rosa<br />

Jerry Gray<br />

Gary Carroll John Da Virro James Davis Julio De Guzman<br />

Bob Eckert<br />

Andy Grosso<br />

Tony Field Marvin Frazier<br />

Robert Hamamy Michael Herrera<br />

Robert French<br />

Ben Krewsun<br />

Ricky Lapides<br />

Rick Oswald<br />

Michael Sebach<br />

John Watkins<br />

Brice Larsen<br />

Tom Pabst<br />

James Smith<br />

Pete Welch<br />

John Levada<br />

Lee Powell<br />

Garry Southard<br />

Mark Whitney<br />

James Reed Larry Rollins Eric ag r<br />

Mike Sovey Frank Towner Ron Voss


194<br />

Ron Stocks<br />

President<br />

Dale Cornelius<br />

Vice President<br />

Rush Chairman<br />

Ken Kessler<br />

Social Chairman<br />

Rob Terry<br />

Treasurer<br />

Dan Walla<br />

IFC Golf Champion<br />

Sigma Pi Encourages<br />

Campus Participation<br />

Along with excellence in athletics, the brothers of Sigma Pi<br />

enjoyed their annual retreat to <strong>San</strong> Felipe, Mexico. The Orchid<br />

Ball Formal also proved a great success as the men gathered<br />

to crown Ellyn Wade as their queen.<br />

Will Amador<br />

Jack Birch<br />

AI Boese<br />

Ralph Campos<br />

Skip Chiesa<br />

Jeff Cook<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Dodson<br />

Mike Domitrovich<br />

John Doocy<br />

Tom Eakin<br />

BillGiddings<br />

Gary Gray<br />

Kenneth Grote<br />

Tom Grund<br />

Tom Hartsook<br />

Paul Jacobsen<br />

Randy lean Richard Michelotti<br />

John Pierce Gordon Preston<br />

Bruce <strong>San</strong>bonmatsu Mike Saras<br />

Darrell Schlageter Bill Silvester<br />

Stewart Smith<br />

Doug Taylor<br />

Bill Sutton<br />

David Wilson


Theta Chi Moves to<br />

Improve Pledge System<br />

With half of the membership attending the Theta Chi National<br />

Convention in Mississippi, many new innovations were<br />

tried this year. A completely revised pledge system resulted in<br />

the largest Theta Chi pledge class ever. Social events included<br />

the annual Red OX stampede and the Dream Girl Weekend.<br />

1. Bill Busch<br />

2. Pat Butler<br />

3. Ron Preston<br />

4. Ardun Krueger<br />

5. Joe Vecciho<br />

6. Greg Cox<br />

7. Ed Rose<br />

8. Merrill Seroy<br />

9. Ron Teece<br />

10. Bill Westin<br />

11. Tom Hibbs<br />

12. Kerry Greglo<br />

13. Opal Baker, House Mom<br />

14. John Knudson<br />

15. Alan Ames<br />

16. Buddy Bourne<br />

17. Pete Nissen<br />

18. Hal Clement<br />

19. John Perkins<br />

20. Bob Davis<br />

21. Fred Ferguson


198<br />

Jeff Carson<br />

President<br />

Marc Berman<br />

Vice President<br />

Barry Guterman<br />

Historian<br />

Jerry Kobelski<br />

Treasurer<br />

Charles Wax<br />

Secretary<br />

Zeta Beta Tau Aims<br />

for Campus Involvement<br />

The Zebe's held their sweetheart dance in Palm Springs, sponsored<br />

a community service picnic to benefit Nazareth Settlement<br />

Home, and initiated the first annual Zeta Beta Tau Concert.<br />

Steve Berkowitz<br />

Robert Brandt<br />

Roy Colosimo<br />

Bruce Heller les Homer David Knight<br />

Russ lobel Robert Mc lean Jay Moss Randy Notestine<br />

Jack Robinson Elliott Smith David Solomon<br />

Cary Stein<br />

Dana Walker


200<br />

Thomas Walters<br />

President<br />

Bill Kintzele<br />

Treasurer<br />

Varsity Tennis<br />

James Moore<br />

Pledge Trainer<br />

Jim Roth<br />

Past President<br />

IFC President<br />

David Young<br />

OCEOTL<br />

TKE-Let's Motivate<br />

With nearly 300 chapters in the u.s. and Canada, the <strong>San</strong><br />

<strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon was singled out this<br />

year as it's sweetheart became TKE International Sweetheart.<br />

Public Service weekend in the Spring, a fun filled "Carnation<br />

Carousel" weekend in Indio, and the annual post-finals luau<br />

ended a truly distinctive year.<br />

Chris Barr<br />

Mel Barsky<br />

Shaun Boss<br />

Richard Brown<br />

Steve Carstensen<br />

Felix Celis<br />

Ted Considine<br />

William Cox<br />

Bill Frandrup<br />

Bruce Grant<br />

John Goodale<br />

Bruce Cubberley<br />

Garry Eastwood<br />

Terry Fleming<br />

lim Goswiller<br />

Glenn Hayashi<br />

Douglas Hollander<br />

Doug Irwin<br />

Kevin Jasper<br />

Phillip Kintzele<br />

Bill Mc Grath<br />

Mike Mc loughalin<br />

John Middagh<br />

David Nechamkin<br />

Alan Pearce<br />

Randy Peskin<br />

Hal Pollard<br />

Byron Roarch<br />

Gregory Ruth<br />

Thomas Saldin<br />

Rich <strong>San</strong>ford<br />

Gary Shrock<br />

Stephen Shepard<br />

Ron Simecka<br />

Darwin Ting Frank Wanderbilt Robert Zachary<br />

John Vanderzwaan Michael Wolter<br />

Eric Worden Courtland Young


Teke International<br />

Sweetheart for 1970<br />

Linda Kay Decker<br />

Chosen from among contestants<br />

representing all Tau Kappa Epsilon<br />

chapters across the nation, Miss linda<br />

Decker will reign as the 1970 International<br />

Teke Sweetheart. The brothers<br />

of Teke at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> celebrate<br />

their 21st year on campus this year,<br />

and gain national recognition by<br />

sponsoring linda as their queen. A<br />

member of Chi Omega sorority, linda<br />

also holds the title of Miss Chula Vista<br />

and competed in the Miss California<br />

pageant. Other of her campus activities<br />

include Daughters of Diana and<br />

Golden Girls.<br />

Daughters of Diana, row 1, left to right; Barb<br />

Hansen, Teri laswell, Sharon Gomez, Jamie<br />

Charles, Martha Curtin, Jeri lentz; row 2;<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ora Deal, Cathy Myers, laurnie Jackman,<br />

Janie Reinheimer, Mary Baltz, Patti Doud,<br />

Cindy Schoiz, Marie Johnson, Rosie Morgan;<br />

row 3; Cindy lewis, Nancy Dickinson, linda<br />

McKinny, Cathy lick, Debbie Harbinson,<br />

Becky Adams, Crazy Jane Haley, Julie Colburn,<br />

Kerry Stryker, Marcie Wilson, Sue Stahl.


Mr. Rick Thorpe<br />

Sigma Kappa Man of the<br />

Year<br />

204<br />

Miss Kimberley Hathcock<br />

Kappa Sigma Dream Girl


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Angel<br />

FI ight<br />

Angel Flight Officers include Ann Marie Daigle, Commander; Annette<br />

Valentino, Executive Officer; and Sharon Whitley, Administrative Officer.<br />

Not pictured, Maureen Gobel, Comptroller.<br />

Angel Flig~t members include: Front Row- Michele Johnson,<br />

Roxanne Lmdsey, Karen Nurmi, Robynne Frank, Barbie Reith,<br />

and Nancy Weatherwax. Second Row- Shari Alexander, Betsy<br />

Kane, CIndy Boyer, Debi Negri and Kathy Henry.<br />

Angel Flight is a service auxiliary to the Arnold<br />

Air Society. One of the main Fall activities is<br />

Monty's Night Out, in which the girls sell buttons<br />

accompanied by a chance for a night out on<br />

the town. The profits from the sales are used to<br />

finance their many campus and community service<br />

projects. The girls also act as hostesses for<br />

SDSC, which includes President Love's tea, ushering<br />

for fresh man orientation, graduation, and<br />

baccalaureate. Their service projects include<br />

ward parties at the Naval Hospital, a Christmas<br />

party at the Neighborhood House, and trips to<br />

the beach for Head Start children.<br />

Arnold<br />

Air<br />

Society<br />

The Arnold Air Society was formed as a national organization in the summer<br />

of 1947. It now encompasses some 170 student chapters throughout the United<br />

<strong>State</strong>s. The <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> chapter was initiated March 28, 1952, and named<br />

in honor of John Burdette Binkley, a <strong>State</strong> graduate killed in a bombing attack<br />

in North Africa during World War II.<br />

The purpose of the SDSC chapter is to aid students in preparing for their<br />

role as an Air Force officer.<br />

Arnold Air Society sponsors fund-raising projects to aid Project Concern, including<br />

car railyes and Dining Inn.<br />

Arnold Air Society members include: Front Row- Thomas Haynes,<br />

Commander; Brad Elliot, Administrative Officer; John Duclos,<br />

Deputy Commander; Joe Kelley, Information Officer; Mike Ponsford,<br />

Comptroller; Dale Clauson, Operations Officer; Second Row-<br />

Michael Bateman, John Considine, Joseph Loughlin, Joseph Rogers,<br />

Thomas Hayden. Top Row- Mark <strong>San</strong>ders, Walter Metcalf.<br />

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I I<br />

American<br />

Society of<br />

Civil<br />

Engineers<br />

Front row, left to right:<br />

Mr. Ray Hall<br />

Dr. Frank Stratton<br />

Ken Brazell-president<br />

[in T. Quin-treasurer<br />

Bijan Chadorch<br />

Second row:<br />

Vietor Erlich<br />

Max Dykemans<br />

Broadus Breakfield<br />

Mike Daly<br />

Jeff Patrick<br />

Steve Dana<br />

Martin B. Goetschel Jr.<br />

Lee Wooten<br />

Third row:<br />

Albert Morales<br />

Edward C. Krulikowski<br />

Charles Mendenhall<br />

American<br />

Society of<br />

Mechanical<br />

Engineers<br />

Dave Keltner<br />

Dennis Wahl<br />

BrooksWade<br />

Julian Garcia<br />

Fourth row:<br />

Jerry Andersen<br />

Thomas Boyer<br />

Walter Crampton<br />

Gary Lipska<br />

JorgePalacious<br />

Fred Carrera<br />

Student Engineering<br />

Research Committee<br />

First row, standing<br />

from left to right:<br />

Larry lott<br />

Jim Everett<br />

Shu-Yurt Chan<br />

Richard Keele<br />

George Rosie<br />

Steve Misch<br />

Second row, kneeling:<br />

Jeff ,Feerer<br />

Russell R. Finch<br />

Kenneth Brazell<br />

1<br />

American<br />

Marketing<br />

Association<br />

1. Linda Ch ristie-Secretary<br />

2. Marco Bruschi-Administrative V.P.<br />

3. Dr. Gerald Sharkey-Adviser<br />

4. Hiromitsu Yokoi-V.P. in Charge of<br />

Affairs<br />

5. Russ Brennan-President<br />

6. Carlos Saenz-Treasurer<br />

7. Cliff Bitterlich<br />

8. Jan Christopherson<br />

9. Tom Benson<br />

10. Jim Griggs<br />

11. Somachai Ana-Taprakorn<br />

12. Paul Kiss<br />

13. Peter Ruplinger<br />

14. Ronald Bradley<br />

15. Michael Helmer<br />

16. Ed Mazurek<br />

17. John Mullin<br />

18. Brian Pattison<br />

19. Cy Hartley<br />

20. John Middagh<br />

21. Paul Barr<br />

The SDSC American Marketing Association is concerned with helping to give students in this field a factual ap-<br />

proach to understanding and solving marketing problems.<br />

The organization presents guest lecturers who deal with actual marketing problems, and sponsors field trips to<br />

marketing organ izations in order for students to learn first-hand how marketing functions. Various social gatherings<br />

are sponsored throughout the year, and in the spring the students hold a marketing information day.


Christian<br />

Science<br />

Organ ization<br />

.<br />

. In<br />

un iversal<br />

fellowsh ip.<br />

Epsilon Pi Tau<br />

1. Kathy Fares<br />

2. Frank Garton<br />

3. Ellie Davis<br />

4. Chris Langton<br />

5. Sue Priestley<br />

6. Carol McCauley<br />

7. Karen Lundberg<br />

8.Paul Beebe<br />

9. Stephen McCormick<br />

10. Susan Dawson<br />

11. Suzanne Laycock<br />

12. John Bryant<br />

13. Michele Fares<br />

14. Janice True<br />

15. Randi Freeland<br />

16. Dr. Manville Pettys<br />

Epsilon Pi Tau is a professional honorary<br />

fraternity for those in the field<br />

of industrial arts. The fraternity strives<br />

to promote professionalism in the field<br />

of Industrial Arts, and in its teaching.<br />

The group sponsors breakfasts and<br />

professional meetings, and in the<br />

spring holds a banquet to install new<br />

members an d officers. The organ ization<br />

is also affiliated with the California<br />

Industrial Education Association.<br />

1. Charles Schubert 2. Edwin Thompson 3. Allison Clayton 4. Dr.<br />

W. Carlisle Anderson - Faculty Trustee ',5. Steven Scott 6. Hugh<br />

Johnson- Vice President 7. Robert Riba-Secretary 8. Howard Kelso<br />

9. Richard Fernandez 10. Rupert Blackburn 11. Dr. Frank J. Irgang<br />

12. Dean Birdsong-President 13. Carl Hammer-Treasurer 14.<br />

Thomas Niebergall1l5. Robert DiPinto 16. Larry Barlow<br />

Sigma Alp


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OAR<br />

1 j<br />

ill Moulto<br />

n-Social<br />

'dent<br />

Chairman<br />

· M ser-Presi<br />

2.<br />

3 Kath<br />

Caron<br />

ie Baczyn<br />

ay ski- Treasurer<br />

4: Cheryl Erd~1<br />

5 Debi Hopkins<br />

6' Marcia Warner<br />

7' Kathy Kopf<br />

8: Mary Sloa~<br />

9 judy <strong>Del</strong>.aire<br />

10. · Ginny l're bner .<br />

11. linda Hig?lns n<br />

12. Bonnie Frisrna k<br />

13. Maurene T~ee~1<br />

14 jerie Camp .<br />

15' Patti Bratkovich<br />

· dman<br />

16. DianbeG~Opdegraft<br />

17 Bar ara .<br />

18: Brenda Potvin


1. Cathy Adamczyk<br />

2. Dorothy Aron<br />

3. Carol Yamate<br />

4. Susan Yamate<br />

5. linda Pitzer<br />

6. Debe Nagy<br />

7. Kris Milliman<br />

8. Kathy Bordelon<br />

9. Rita Thesken<br />

10. Janice Marlow<br />

11. Gail Charles<br />

12. Nancy Broadhurst<br />

13. Martie Anderson<br />

14. Cathy Wordell<br />

216<br />

~etza is an honorary society for fresh man<br />

girls and works in conjunction with Circle<br />

~ and. Alpha Phi Omega. The organization<br />

IS dedlc~ted to promoting friendship and<br />

cooperation between the freshmen women<br />

students .of SDSC ~nd the rest of the college<br />

community. The girls also visit servicemen in<br />

the Naval Hospital at Balboa.<br />

Cetza<br />

Phi<br />

Eta Sigma<br />

Pi Tau Sigma<br />

Pi Tau Sigma members include FRONT ROW: Robert Bedore, Advisor; Randall Miller, Vice President; Xenophon Glavis, Pressident;<br />

James Coit, Joe Housman. TOP ROW includes Marvin Farrell, Robert Fogg, Robert Thompson, Treasurer; John Hedden,<br />

Secretary; and Scott Couchman.<br />

Phi Eta Sigma is a national scholastic<br />

society for freshmen men students.<br />

Members assist in fresh men orientation<br />

and hel p with registration and catalogue<br />

advising. phi Eta Sigma includes TOP<br />

ROW: Carl Foster, Secretary; Glenn<br />

lepor, President; Stephen Potts, Vice<br />

President; Kenneth Riha, Senior Advisor;<br />

Roger Platt, Treasurer. SECOND<br />

ROW: Jeff Ponsor, larry Culver, Rick<br />

Alter, Doug Kelimoff, Stewart Strait,<br />

Jerry Riccio. TOP ROW: John <strong>San</strong>d,<br />

International Organization Chairman;<br />

Randy Wheeler, Dean Herbert Peiffer,<br />

Faculty Sponsor; Arthur Varley [r.,<br />

Randall Smith, Mark Mclean, Steve Westmoreland,<br />

and Pete Welch<br />

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OCEOTL:<br />

Ralph Brown<br />

President<br />

jan Statman<br />

Treasurer<br />

Mike Gerson<br />

Steve Moore<br />

Raising the Cup<br />

Bob Aguilar<br />

Bill Kintzele<br />

Don Robinson<br />

of Service<br />

Oceotl, being <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong><br />

<strong>State</strong>'s oldest men's honorary<br />

service fraternity, is literally<br />

drenched in tradition. For<br />

many years, the group has<br />

painted the university's "S" on<br />

Cowles Mountain, has sponsored<br />

the Greek chariot race<br />

and has often lent its fool~<br />

proof (or some kind of proof)<br />

support to the success of A.S.<br />

elections. But Oceotl is not all<br />

tradition, and only the man of<br />

today is an Oceotl man. An<br />

Oceotl man has to have a certain<br />

special capacity; he has to<br />

be able to hold his own in a<br />

variety of situations. Many of<br />

Tom Walters<br />

the changes affecting <strong>San</strong><br />

<strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> have been taken apart<br />

and improved during the<br />

group's fluid, highly stimulating<br />

weekly discussions<br />

which often last early into th~<br />

morning.<br />

Over the years, the creative<br />

ferment of Oceotl has produced<br />

many student leaders,<br />

including this year's two A.S.<br />

presidents, Ralph Brown and<br />

Mike Boyle. Through a tradition<br />

of "going at it hard,"<br />

Oceotl membership has always<br />

brought its owners joy as well<br />

as headaches.<br />

Dave Young<br />

Members too busy to be photographed:<br />

Tony Anderson<br />

Mike Boyle<br />

Steve Brown<br />

Brad Buckner<br />

Steve Crocker<br />

Tom Custer<br />

Dennis Daoust<br />

Doug Dickson<br />

Tony Field<br />

Mike Gallagher<br />

Mike Guyer<br />

Steve Hager<br />

Dan Hayes<br />

Rusty Hopkins<br />

Clarence Kennedy<br />

Dexter Lanois<br />

jim Martin<br />

Bob McCully<br />

Frank Mullin<br />

john Pasto<br />

Ed Schenk<br />

Bob Scurrah<br />

Frank Sipan<br />

Mike Spilger<br />

Tom Stickel<br />

Mike Straley<br />

Gene Sword<br />

john Tipton<br />

jim Thompson<br />

jeff Tonkel<br />

jim Wilson<br />

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· .. to maintain ...<br />

fratern ity Iife and<br />

inter-fratern ity relations<br />

on a high plane<br />

within the college ...<br />

· .. to further fine<br />

intellectual<br />

accomplishments and<br />

sound scholarship ...<br />

· .. to work with the<br />

administration in<br />

the maintenance of<br />

high social standards<br />

· .. to act as a forum<br />

for the discussion<br />

of questions of<br />

interest to the<br />

college and fraternity<br />

world ...<br />

1. Sue Baggerly<br />

2. Pamela Jones<br />

3. Kris Knutson<br />

4. Kathy Johnson<br />

5. <strong>San</strong>dy Campbell<br />

6. Dianne Stamp<br />

7. Judy Duffield<br />

8. Cheri Forbes<br />

9. Jan Shideler<br />

10. Dianne Smales<br />

11. Cindy Stolier<br />

12. Barbara Perrou<br />

13. Sue Gilman<br />

14: Amy Stoddard<br />

15. Janet Purvis<br />

16. Cyndi Murdock<br />

17. Julie Heathman<br />

18. Dianne Mason<br />

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panhellenic council<br />

1. Nancy Corrigan-Treasurer<br />

2. Judy Haller-Panhellenic Advisor<br />

3. Annie Christian-Secretary<br />

4. Shirley Huddleston-Office Manager<br />

5. Patt Higgins-President<br />

6. Jan Mcleod-Vice President<br />

inter fratern ity council<br />

1. Tom Wah rs<br />

2. t v Ironhill<br />

3.)im Roth<br />

4. Frank ipan<br />

5. John Tipton


Sweethearts of the<br />

Golden Heart<br />

Junior Panhellenic<br />

1. Punkie Mc Mahan<br />

2. Peggy Pearce<br />

3. Joy Moradian<br />

4. lorayne Johnson<br />

5. Jan Waterman<br />

6. Barbara Malony<br />

7. Kathy Ford<br />

8. Teri lord<br />

9. Carol De Vito<br />

10. Maura Romley<br />

11. Gayle Frauen berger<br />

12. Martha Curtin<br />

13. Jennifer Ricanor<br />

14. Susan Brown<br />

15. Kathie Burke<br />

BOTTOM ROW, FROM LEFT: Peggy McKinnon, Dee Gatchell, Diane Zimmer, Dede Updegraft,<br />

Sally Norton, leslie Holt, Anna Millard, Susan Pratt, Kary O'Neil. MIDDLE ROW:<br />

Margie Clark, Adrienne Harp, Debbie Browneller, Karen Byrnes, lynn Jones, Kathy Flemming,<br />

Connie Sticklen, Pat Manglicmot, Donna Minard, Betty Smith, Nancy Robson, loosie<br />

Dawson. TOP ROW: Marlene Hanson, Chris Boldeman, linda Caplan, Cindy Parks, Barbara<br />

Betzold, Kathy Kingston, Nancy Furrow, Cathy Currier, Bonnie Schuler. Camille Bouza,<br />

laurie Hunter, Karen Watson.<br />

Sweethearts of the Nile<br />

1. Sue Gilman<br />

2. linda Vinta<br />

3. laura Cook<br />

4. Susan Boaz<br />

5. Diane Sokol<br />

6. Judy Gordon<br />

7. Cheryl Meyers<br />

8. Marcia Forster<br />

9. Debbie Seim<br />

10. Donna Mador<br />

11. Judye Myrick<br />

12. Sue Clarkson<br />

13. Vera Corsi<br />

14. Angela labbato<br />

15. Suzy SChnur<br />

16. Pam McGinnis<br />

17. Cassie Sutherland<br />

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1. Debbie Gru bbs<br />

2. Betsy Hank<br />

3. Susie Barry<br />

4. Marianne Sullivan<br />

5. Sheri Trail<br />

6. Nancy Shaw<br />

7. Sas Jarrett<br />

8. Christy Marcus<br />

9. Lynn Wynkoop<br />

Littl e Sisters Little Sigma<br />

10. Nancy Menke<br />

11. Debbie Harrington<br />

12. Julie Oswald<br />

13. Michelle West<br />

14. Joanie Black<br />

15. Melanie Kemp<br />

16. Judy Friend<br />

17.lma Lion<br />

of<br />

Minerva<br />

Little Sisters of the Seven Stars<br />

Little Sisters of the<br />

Seven Stars include<br />

FRONT ROW:<br />

Amy Stoddard,<br />

Mary Sullivan,<br />

Marilyn Tudal,<br />

Judy Johnson.<br />

SECOND ROW:<br />

Mimi Kirk, Pat<br />

Palmer, Kathy<br />

Cadman, Moira<br />

Kearney, Cindi<br />

Fredericks. TOP<br />

ROW: Joan<br />

Turner, Barbara<br />

Poole, Marty<br />

Brown, Martha<br />

Clark, Nancy<br />

Halvorson, Susie<br />

Schull, and Cindy<br />

Whipple.<br />

1. Diane Ruffner<br />

2. Lynn Disharoon<br />

3. Terri Dennis<br />

'4. Kathy Rossoll<br />

5. Patrice Campbell<br />

6. Cathy Garvey<br />

7. Claudia Peters<br />

8. Wendy Sulhoff<br />

9. Debbie Bently<br />

10. Lindy Lane<br />

11. Diane Smales<br />

12. Lori Chew<br />

13. Mari Woolsey<br />

14.Barbara Gordon<br />

15. Sharon Meek<br />

16. Shelley Huson<br />

17. Joan K lIogg<br />

18. Joy Pierc<br />

19. Lynn Jakes<br />

20. Mary WriRht<br />

21.Cheri Forb s<br />

22. Barbara Robert<br />

23. Susan F nst rrnach r<br />

24. D bbi hindi r<br />

25. Vian Connl y<br />

26. Linda Riehl sin<br />

n. Pam Humm II<br />

28. Jeann Ma Adam<br />

29. Georg n rnhh<br />

30. Carol Lovi k<br />

31. Laurie P t rson<br />

32. Eil n Stahr<br />

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Little Sisters<br />

of the<br />

Crossed Swords<br />

Sitting, left to right: Maureen Goble; Diane Vecs; Sherri. Rosenbaum;<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Campbell. Standing, left to right: Donna Reinhardt;<br />

Cris Ferguson; Penny Hughton.<br />

Chi <strong>Del</strong>phia<br />

First row, left to right: Mary<br />

Schiler; Karen Carey;<br />

Kimberly Hushbeck. Second<br />

row, left to right: linda<br />

Wheelock, president;<br />

Kathie Burke; Gail Hathaway;<br />

Third row, left to right: Alex<br />

Singer; Lou WoodburY'; Cathi<br />

Stockalper; Thelma Edwards.<br />

CRESCENTS<br />

1. DiAnn Marcovi h<br />

2. Susi Ped rs n<br />

3. Sue Vinton<br />

4. T ri Lord<br />

5. Pan lineb rger<br />

6. Gayle Van Voorhis<br />

7. Adriane Alpert<br />

8. Hedy Sternfield<br />

9. Ieanene Maim<br />

10. Ann Coffman<br />

11. Julie McCarthy<br />

12. Wanda Andersen<br />

13. Christy Forster<br />

14. Carol Costigan<br />

15. Bonny Crafts<br />

16. Candy Marrs<br />

17. Barb Perrou<br />

18. Cindy Stolier


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little Sisters<br />

Kappa Sigs<br />

1. Tish Johnson<br />

2. Lori Grinn<br />

3. Joy Nicholson<br />

4. Kim Hathcock<br />

5. Mary Farr<br />

6 Dabby Moore<br />

7: Melody Bossard<br />

8. Becky Thomas<br />

9. Susan Lorenz<br />

10. Carol C1eator<br />

11 Mari Lottes<br />

12: Sue Campb~1I n<br />

13. Nancy Corr!ga<br />

14. April Skr~blza<br />

15. Melissa King<br />

little Sisters<br />

of the<br />

Maltese Cross<br />

Alpha Tau Omega<br />

1 Patti Welker<br />

. Jody Meacham<br />

2. Aker<br />

3. Zada Mischler<br />

4 Luann<br />

5· Lucy Williams<br />

6· Christy Black<br />

7: Cindy Dunn<br />

8 Pat Fisher<br />

. Linda Watters<br />

9. I<br />

10. Deb<br />

b.<br />

re<br />

Lyons<br />

little Sisters<br />

of Athena<br />

Sigma Pi<br />

1 Marla Eckstein<br />

2· Nancy Brown<br />

3· Val Baker<br />

4· Nancy Omo<br />

5· Gloria C1emens<br />

6· Sharon Hortwa k<br />

7. <strong>San</strong> d y Sp encer<br />

8· Ellen Hegwer<br />

9· Barbara Foster<br />

10· Cynthia Egger<br />

11: Kathy Williams<br />

12. Ellyn Wade<br />

Cheryl Mas<br />

13. 14. Kathy Nottbusch<br />

15. jill Si~s I r<br />

16 Jan Shide e<br />

17: Judie Jenki.ns<br />

18. Charlyn Wild


I '<br />

Mary Camille Ashcraft<br />

Mortar Board<br />

Inter-Dorm Council<br />

Finance Board<br />

Rugbyettes<br />

Michael F. Boyle<br />

A.S. Vice President<br />

SAEFraternity<br />

Chairman, Long-Range Planning Board<br />

Social Sciences and Professional Rep.<br />

to A.S. Council<br />

Ralph Nathaniel Brown<br />

A.S. President<br />

A.S. Vice President<br />

Associated Students Boards and Committees<br />

President, Kappa Sigma Fraternity<br />

john Michael Cafaro<br />

Associated Men Students Judiciary Board<br />

President, Interfraternity Council<br />

President, Sigma Ch i Fraternity<br />

Chairman, Athletic Board<br />

I Michael Elwood Cassady<br />

Chairman, Activities Board<br />

Dean's List<br />

Pre-Legal Society<br />

AnnaMarie Chavez<br />

Associated Women Students Secretary<br />

AWS Representative to AS Council<br />

Golden Girls<br />

Dean's Advisory Board, School of Business<br />

Vian Conley<br />

Secretary, AS Council<br />

Cetza<br />

<strong>Del</strong> <strong>Sudoeste</strong><br />

Gamma Phi Beta<br />

Stephen A. Coslick<br />

Finance Board<br />

Chairman, Special Events Board<br />

Who's Who Chairman<br />

Dormitory Offices<br />

De Lora Catherine Deal<br />

Mortar Board<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Offices and Committees<br />

Dean's List<br />

Panhellenic Committees<br />

judith A. Duffield<br />

Cetza<br />

Las Meninas<br />

AWS Boards and Committees<br />

Panhellenic Council Committees<br />

Barbie Duncan<br />

Cetza<br />

Golden Girls<br />

Dormitory Offices<br />

Community Involvement Bureau<br />

230<br />

guess ... Who's<br />

Debra Ann Greelll/eid<br />

Mortar Board<br />

Dean's List<br />

Alpha Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Angel Flight<br />

Michele johnson<br />

President, Angel Flight<br />

Mortar Board<br />

Gamma Phi Beta Sorority<br />

Phi Beta Kappa Committee<br />

George Richard Kretowicz<br />

Chairman, Long-Range Planning<br />

V.P., Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity<br />

Economics Honorary Society<br />

Business Rep. to A.S. Council<br />

Susan King<br />

A.S. Executive Coordinator<br />

Publications Board<br />

Editor, Daily Aztec<br />

Outstanding Woman Journalist, SDSU<br />

jeri Lentz<br />

AWS Committees<br />

President, Cetza, Las Meninas<br />

President, Mortar Board<br />

Dean's List<br />

Dennis Madison Lightner<br />

President, AMS<br />

President, Sigma Ch i Fraternity<br />

Oceotl<br />

Athletic Board<br />

Susan Lyon<br />

Panhellenic Council<br />

President, Chi Omega Sorority<br />

Community Involvement Bureau<br />

Drama/Chorus Steering Committee<br />

Who ...in american colleges and univer<br />

Marilee McLean<br />

Vice-President, Cetza<br />

Mortar Board<br />

Shell and Oar<br />

Dean's List<br />

Lee "Snap" Marshall<br />

Inter-Dorm Council<br />

IFC Secretary<br />

Community Involvement<br />

President, <strong>Del</strong>ta Upsilon<br />

Rhonda Tallis Miller<br />

Alpha Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Inter-Dorm Council<br />

Sophomore Woman of Year<br />

Big Sister Program<br />

john David Olson<br />

Chairman, CAB<br />

Sunrise Columnist<br />

Experimental College<br />

Barbara Perrou<br />

President, Sigma Kappa<br />

Golden Girls<br />

Dormitory Offices<br />

Athletic Spirit Board<br />

Barry j. Ross<br />

A.S. Committees<br />

Pi Kappa Alpha<br />

Big Brother Program<br />

Dormitory Officer<br />

• •<br />

I re<br />

Clifford Sh rr<br />

Pr sid nt, Alpha p lion Pi<br />

Alph Epsilon Pi National Aw rd for<br />

Outstanding A hi v m nt<br />

D an's List<br />

jacqu Iyn Io ing r<br />

Mortar Board<br />

Presid nt, Gold n Girls<br />

D an's List<br />

Panh lIeni<br />

Thomas C. Stickel<br />

IFC Vice President<br />

Oceotl<br />

President, Sigma Alpha Epsilon<br />

Community Involvement<br />

Bonny Storey<br />

Mortar Board<br />

Dean's List<br />

President, Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Chairman, Special Events Board<br />

Kathleen Graham Sumner<br />

AWSCouncil<br />

Alpha Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Dormitory Offices<br />

President, Pan hellenic<br />

Eugene M. Sword<br />

Sophomore Class President<br />

IFC Vice President<br />

President, Pi Kappa Alpha<br />

A.S. Boards and Committees<br />

John Louis Tipon<br />

Dean's List<br />

Lambda Chi Alpha<br />

Gamma Theta Upsilon<br />

IFC Officer<br />

jeffrey Marc Tonkel<br />

IFC<br />

Treasurer, Sigma Chi<br />

Rugby Club<br />

Community Involvement<br />

Thomas Gene Walters<br />

IFC Treasurer<br />

Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity<br />

Epsilon Pi Tau<br />

Sharyn Yettra<br />

Mortar Board<br />

Spurs<br />

President, Alpha XI <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Flag Captain, Marching Aztecs<br />

David P. Young<br />

UFC Vice President<br />

Oceotl<br />

Tau Kappa Epsilon<br />

Athletic Spirit Board<br />

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Providing a rich and varied musical experience for the<br />

college instrumentalist, regardless of his specific musical<br />

interests is the <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> <strong>University</strong> ...<br />

BAND<br />

Charles D. Yates joined the Music Department faculty of<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> this past fall as Director of Bands. He conducts<br />

the Marching Aztecs, Wind Ensemble, Symphonic<br />

Band, Concert Band, and Jazz Ensemble. Professor Yates has<br />

taught at the elementary, junior and senior high school and<br />

college levels in Southern California. He was recently selected<br />

to receive the Gold Award of Recognition for his<br />

work with the All Southern California High School Honor'<br />

Band.<br />

The band rehearses in one of California's<br />

finest and newest, most modern,<br />

air-conditioned facilities. <strong>State</strong> owned<br />

instruments may be provided without<br />

rental fee for the band members.<br />

D band ar n import nt<br />

part of on of th mo tout t ndin<br />

musi s hool in th ountry.<br />

M mb rs of th band r<br />

for 5 holar hip, rant -inoth<br />

r award.<br />

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providin r Ii f from a d mi<br />

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th m to u d in th ir la<br />

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let<br />

manya<br />

people<br />

be brought together ...<br />

239


240<br />

And,<br />

Inthistime,<br />

let<br />

these people<br />

be together.


242<br />

"Music is the most romantic of all the artsone<br />

might almost say the only genuinely<br />

romantic one-for its sole subject is the infinite.<br />

Music discloses to man an unknown<br />

realm, a world in which he leaves behind him<br />

all definite feelings to surrender himself to<br />

an inexpressible longing."<br />

E.l.A. Hoffman


JERI LYN LENTZ<br />

President<br />

CONNIE JEAN BURNS MARTHA ODETTE COOPER<br />

LAURNIE MARIE JACKMAN PATRICIA DARLENE JACOBS<br />

PILAR MARQUEZ<br />

SAN DIEGO STATE MORTAR<br />

BOARD<br />

Scholarship<br />

Service<br />

Leadership<br />

CYNTHIA JOHNSTON<br />

MURDOCH<br />

SHARON BARBARA DEBRA ANN GREENFiElD ANN LLOYD HOLBEN<br />

GOLDSMITH<br />

SUSAN ElAINE SCHOEBINGER<br />

MICHElE ANN JOHNSON PAMElA MAY LINEBERGER<br />

KATHY ANN SEDLACEK<br />

CAROLE LOUISE WALTERS<br />

GREGORY ABNEY<br />

Physical Educ tion<br />

THOMA AGEE<br />

Mark ting<br />

GEORGE ALAMEDA<br />

Mark ting<br />

JON ALEXAITI<br />

History<br />

DON ALEXANDER<br />

Physical Edu ation<br />

MARIO ALFARO<br />

Art<br />

JAMES ALLI ON<br />

PAM ALLOR<br />

NANCY AMANO<br />

English<br />

ELSIE AMMANN<br />

Psychology<br />

SOMCHAI ANANT AP-<br />

RAKORN<br />

Business Administration<br />

CARROL ANDERSON<br />

Social Science<br />

LINDA ANDERSON<br />

English<br />

DENNIS ANDOLSEK<br />

Marketing<br />

JOAN APPERSON<br />

Social Science<br />

RENNIE ARGENTINA<br />

HUGH ARMSTRONG<br />

Marketing<br />

JANE ARNOLD<br />

German<br />

LINDA AROBIO<br />

Social Science<br />

FRANK ARONOFF<br />

Public Administration<br />

JUNE ASFAZADOUR<br />

Social Science<br />

ROBERT AUSTIN<br />

Astronomy<br />

MARY AZLINE<br />

Social Science<br />

DIANA BAAS<br />

Physical Education<br />

KATHIE BACZYNSKI<br />

Home Economics<br />

SUSAN BAGGERLY<br />

Marketing<br />

PAULA BAILEY<br />

English<br />

BARBARA BAIRD<br />

Sociology<br />

JOHN BAIRD<br />

History<br />

STEVE BAKER<br />

Political Science


CLAIRE BARKElEW<br />

Microbiology<br />

DONNA BARKS<br />

Special<br />

PHILIP BARLOW<br />

Aerospace Engineer<br />

ALAN BARNARD<br />

Speech Communication<br />

GORDON BASNER<br />

Social Science<br />

CRAIG BAUMAN<br />

Music<br />

LINDA BECK<br />

Social Science<br />

CHRISTI NE BEDIG<br />

Social Science<br />

PAUL BEEBE<br />

Special<br />

CHARLES BELL<br />

Industrial Arts<br />

BARBARA BENjAMI N<br />

Marketing<br />

DONALD BENKE<br />

Telecommunication<br />

KA Y BENNI NGTON<br />

j. BENSON<br />

Electrical Engineering<br />

ROBERTA BERGSTROM<br />

Special<br />

RONALD BEVERS<br />

History<br />

VIRGINIA<br />

BEZOENIKWIGGENjOST<br />

Business Administration<br />

JEANNETTE Bill<br />

Physical Education<br />

ROBERT BISSINGER<br />

Child Development<br />

LARRY BITTNER<br />

Marketing<br />

LORETTA BLACK<br />

History<br />

JOHN BLAIR<br />

Real Estate<br />

PATRICIA BLAKE<br />

Nursing<br />

KATHLEEN BLAKELY<br />

Information Systems<br />

Management<br />

KATHRYN BLAKI NSHIP<br />

Home Economics<br />

RICHARD BLANKINSHIP<br />

Telecommunications-Film<br />

DIXIE BLANTON<br />

English<br />

JOHN BlINDBURG<br />

Public Administration<br />

LILLI BLOOMFIELD<br />

Recreation<br />

Administration<br />

LAVERNE BOECKMANN<br />

Social Science<br />

And unextinguish d lau ht r<br />

shak s th ski s-<br />

Hom r<br />

RONALD BOLLES<br />

Music<br />

LINDA BOONE<br />

Fine Arts-Social Scienc<br />

SUZAN BONTADELlI<br />

Physical Education<br />

SHIRLEY BORDEAUX<br />

Physical Education<br />

LINDA BOUK<br />

Education<br />

CHARLOTTE BOURDA<br />

Social Science<br />

BRADLEY BOURNE<br />

Speech Communication<br />

JOHN BOWMAN<br />

Marketing<br />

PAULA BOYCE<br />

Nursing<br />

CYNTHIA BOYER<br />

Nursing<br />

SANDRA BRADNER<br />

Social Science<br />

TINA BRADY<br />

Social Science<br />

KENNETH BRA NDT<br />

Aerospace Engineering<br />

ROSEMARY BREWSTER<br />

Social Welfare<br />

GAIL BRI NKER HOFF<br />

Fine Arts-Social Science<br />

RONALD BRISTOW<br />

Business Administration<br />

DA VID BRITTON<br />

Political Science<br />

GLENN BROCKMAN<br />

Social Science-Psychology<br />

KATHLEEN BROGAN<br />

English<br />

SHEILA BROOKS<br />

Psychology


I I<br />

DA VID BROWER<br />

Physics<br />

ALAN BROWN<br />

Social Science<br />

DAVID BROWN<br />

Political Science<br />

JOHN BROWN<br />

Business Management<br />

ROSEMARY BROWN<br />

Social Science<br />

CLAIRE BRYDAHL<br />

English<br />

WALTER BUCHANAN<br />

Civil Engineering<br />

CAROL BUDWIN<br />

Psychology<br />

DONNA BULICK<br />

Fine Arts-Humanities<br />

CONNIE BURNS<br />

English<br />

RANDY BUSHORE<br />

Math<br />

MARY BYRNE<br />

Biology<br />

248<br />

And asthrough life he plays his part,<br />

Always they are young at heart.<br />

URTI<br />

Biology<br />

DARLA<br />

p cial<br />

RL 0<br />

G. CARNICOR<br />

Social Welfare<br />

JIM CARNICOM<br />

Social Science<br />

249


, I<br />

I<br />

NEVI N CARPENTER<br />

Social Science<br />

PATRICIA CARPENTER<br />

Home Economics<br />

RALPH CARRIER<br />

English-Spanish<br />

NANCY CARTER<br />

Art<br />

GRETCHE N CASSADY<br />

Microbiology<br />

MICHAEL CASSADY<br />

Political Science<br />

JUDY CASSIE<br />

Recreation<br />

THOMAS CASSUTT<br />

Chemistry<br />

BIjAN CHADORCHI<br />

Civil Engineering<br />

SUSAN CHANCE<br />

Fine Arts-Social Science<br />

CECILE CHANG ALA<br />

English<br />

RUTH CHAPPElL<br />

Sociology<br />

DA VID CHAR LSON<br />

Business Administration<br />

-DffNA--C:HE II<br />

English literat~re<br />

SA NDRA CHILDERS<br />

Information Systems<br />

Management<br />

Simplicity, truth, naturalness are the<br />

great principles of beauty in all forms<br />

of art.<br />

250<br />

Gluck<br />

inan<br />

JANI<br />

ciolo<br />

JOHN<br />

Mu i<br />

LOUI<br />

ngli h<br />

LARK<br />

y<br />

LARK<br />

LARK<br />

BARBARA L M<br />

Social i n<br />

MARY ClIN MAN<br />

Sociology<br />

JOSEPH CODDINGTO<br />

Busin ss Administration<br />

KA THERI NE COFFI<br />

Recreation Administration<br />

TOMMI COHN<br />

Social Science<br />

PERRY COLEMA N<br />

Business Administration<br />

DEBORAH COLLIS<br />

Fine Arts-Sociology<br />

PAUL COLMAN<br />

Political Science<br />

DENNIS COOK<br />

Sociology<br />

BARR Y COOPER<br />

journalism<br />

MARTHA COOPER<br />

Music<br />

STEPHEN COSlICK<br />

Finance<br />

MINNIE COUIE<br />

Home Economics<br />

SONDRAMAE COUSER<br />

Nursing<br />

JOHN COWART<br />

Sociology<br />

ANNE CRANE<br />

Sociology<br />

MARTHA CRAVEN<br />

English<br />

SElESTI NE CRENSHAW<br />

Social Science<br />

CAROL CRIMSON<br />

Physical Education<br />

PATRICIA CROGAN<br />

Child Development<br />

FRED CRUZ<br />

Social Science<br />

HElEN CRUZ<br />

English


I.<br />

,i<br />

KATHLEEN CRUZAN<br />

Fine Arts<br />

CHRISTI NE CURTIS<br />

Sociology<br />

CAROL CUSACK<br />

Music<br />

JOSEPH CUSIMANO<br />

Marketing<br />

STUART CUTLER<br />

Psychology<br />

MICHAEL DALLA<br />

Political Science<br />

KAREN DALY<br />

Social Science<br />

SHIRLEY DATE<br />

Foods and Nutrition<br />

JAN DAVIS<br />

Social Science<br />

JANE DAWSON<br />

Business Administration<br />

DELORA DEAL<br />

Art<br />

JOHN DECASTRO<br />

Marketing<br />

SUSAN DEGUIDE<br />

Fine Arts-Humanities<br />

DEBORAH DEIKE<br />

Social Science<br />

JUDITH DELAIRE<br />

Social Science<br />

JORGE DEL PINAL<br />

Economics<br />

JANE DEL VECCHIO<br />

Fine Arts-Social Science<br />

JAMES DE VORE<br />

Business Management<br />

NANCY DICKINSON<br />

Psychology<br />

LI NDA DI LDA Y<br />

Social Science<br />

LORENE DISHMAN<br />

Art<br />

DOLORES DOMI NGO<br />

Fine Arts-Social Science<br />

PATRICIA DOSTALEK<br />

Nursing<br />

BARBARA DUDLEY<br />

Physical Education<br />

RONALD DUEBER<br />

Mathematics<br />

DEBORAH DUESLER<br />

Psychology<br />

JANICE DUNCAN<br />

Social Science<br />

CYNTHIA DU NN<br />

Social Science<br />

MARY DUPREE<br />

Social Science<br />

EVELYN DUTY<br />

Vocational Education<br />

j<br />

Like a bird on the wire<br />

Like a drunk in a midnight choir<br />

I have tried in my way to be free ....<br />

Leonard Cohen<br />

JANET DWIRE<br />

Zoolog<br />

LLOYD DY 0<br />

Industri IArt<br />

TIMOTHY BA<br />

Mark tin<br />

PAUL B RHARDT<br />

Phy i -M th<br />

RI HARD D R<br />

ial<br />

RUBY L Y<br />

iii n<br />

DAVID LM<br />

nglish<br />

ONjA ELWI K<br />

Social i n<br />

CHERYL RDAL<br />

Hom conornic<br />

GAIL ERICK<br />

Art<br />

CYNTHIA ESPINOZA<br />

Spanish<br />

GLORIA ESQUIVEL<br />

Social Science<br />

PATRICIA EYER<br />

Foods and Nutrition<br />

LINDA FANNESTOCK<br />

Recreation<br />

THOMAS FANSLER<br />

History<br />

SUSAN FARISH<br />

English<br />

AU FARIVAR<br />

Broadcasting<br />

JERRY FARRAR<br />

Social Science<br />

JACK FARRELL<br />

English<br />

MICHELE FARRELL<br />

Child Development<br />

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ANNE FEIKEMA<br />

Home Economics<br />

CLAUDIA FELTON<br />

English<br />

DORA FENNIG<br />

Physical Education<br />

SUSAN FENSTERMAKER<br />

journalism<br />

FREDERICK FERGUSON<br />

Physical Education<br />

JANICE FERGUSON<br />

Physical Education<br />

EUGENE FERNANDES<br />

History<br />

KATHRYN FIELD<br />

Physical Education<br />

WILLIAM FI NLEY<br />

journalism<br />

KATHLEEN FI NNEY<br />

Social Science<br />

You give but little when you give of<br />

your possessions. It is when you give<br />

of yourself that you truly give.<br />

JEFFREY FISHER<br />

Mathematics<br />

JUANITA flEGAL<br />

English<br />

DA LE FlEMI NG<br />

Zoology<br />

KENNETH FlOR<br />

Accounting<br />

JANICE FOOTNER<br />

Social Welfare<br />

Gilbran<br />

GORGE FORBE<br />

h mistry<br />

JOHN FORD<br />

A ro pac En in rin<br />

BRU E FOR LL<br />

Biology<br />

KAR N FRANZ<br />

Psy holo Y<br />

JOHN R N H<br />

Publi Admini tra i n<br />

JOHN FULLER<br />

Social Scienc<br />

DAVID FUNK<br />

Accounting<br />

GARY GAGNON<br />

Social Welfare<br />

CARLOS GAl NES<br />

Spanish<br />

SUSAN GALLERSTEI N<br />

Environ mental Design<br />

GAIL GALZA<br />

Chemistry<br />

MICHAEL GARD<br />

Business-Real Estate<br />

SHERYlL GARREn<br />

Physical Education<br />

NANCY GEHRING<br />

Social Science<br />

MAX GENTZLER<br />

Management<br />

LAURA GERIG<br />

Art<br />

MICHAEl GERSON<br />

Business Management<br />

ROBERT GIBSON<br />

Social Science<br />

VICKI GIFF<br />

English<br />

NANCY GILBERT<br />

Speech Communications<br />

DIANNE GILL<br />

Food and Nutrition<br />

XENOPHON GLA VAS<br />

Mechanical Engineering<br />

BEEBER GLENNY<br />

Mathematics<br />

WENDY GNIFFKE<br />

Chemistry<br />

BEVERLY GOAD<br />

English<br />

H


SHARON GOEDHART<br />

Psychology<br />

SHARON GOLDSMITH<br />

Social Welfare<br />

HElENE GORDON<br />

Home Economics<br />

PAULINE GORDON<br />

English<br />

JANE GORTON<br />

Marketing<br />

PAMElA GOTT<br />

journalism<br />

IRVING GOTTSCHALK<br />

Political Science<br />

II NDA GOTTSCHALK<br />

Social Science<br />

JANICE GRADY<br />

Psychology<br />

CAROL GRAHAM<br />

Home Economics<br />

NA NCY GRA HAM<br />

Social Science<br />

STEPHENGRANfiElD<br />

Social Science<br />

REBECCA GRAY<br />

Social Science<br />

JANICE GREEN<br />

English<br />

DANNY GREENBLAT<br />

Management<br />

DEBRA GREENfiElD<br />

Public Administration<br />

PATRICIA GREENLEE<br />

English<br />

CHRISTOPHER GRENfELL<br />

Physical Education<br />

JOHN GRIDLEY<br />

English literature<br />

LARRY GRiffiTH<br />

Special<br />

BERYl GROOM<br />

fine Arts and Social<br />

Science<br />

ANN GRUBE<br />

Mathematics<br />

CI NDY GUENGERICH<br />

fine Arts and Humanities<br />

JOHN GUENGERICH<br />

Social Science<br />

SUSAN GUillOT<br />

Social Science<br />

MADELI NE GUI NEY<br />

History<br />

GARY GULLEY<br />

Philosophy<br />

MARILYN HACKIM<br />

Nursing<br />

TRUDI HAl NES<br />

Social Science<br />

LYDIA HALL<br />

English<br />

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so lik min<br />

Or your qui t m nn r ...<br />

Mayb it wa your adn<br />

revoking my own m mori<br />

Or th smil th t Idom m<br />

... that m d m r<br />

Ron n Bro km n<br />

MICHAEl HAll<br />

Marketing<br />

GLORIA HAMMOND<br />

English<br />

SHIGEKO HANAOKA<br />

Mathematics<br />

MARY HANES<br />

Speech Pathology-<br />

Audiology<br />

RONALD HANSEN<br />

Geography<br />

GERALD HARK<br />

BusinessManagement<br />

SHIRLEY HARK<br />

Child Development<br />

ROBERT HARNDEN<br />

Speech Arts<br />

HALLIE HARTLAY<br />

Education<br />

THOMAS HARTSOOK<br />

Geography<br />

JON HARTZ<br />

Anthropology<br />

WILLIAM HARVEY<br />

Economics<br />

CYNTHIA HARVIE<br />

fine Arts and Humanities<br />

fRANK HATfiELD<br />

Accounting<br />

KIMBERLY HATCHCOCK<br />

french


SANDRA HELLER<br />

Spanish<br />

JOHN HELLYER<br />

Information Systems<br />

Management<br />

LARRY HEMPHILL<br />

Industrial Technician<br />

HARRIET HENDERSON<br />

Political Science<br />

RICHARD HENDERSON<br />

Physical Education<br />

JANE HEZLEP<br />

Social Welfare<br />

CATHY HICKS<br />

Physical Education<br />

JERRY HIGGINS<br />

Social Science<br />

DIANA HILDEBRAND<br />

Speech Pathology-<br />

Audiology<br />

KATHRYN HILDEBRAND<br />

Home Economic,<br />

WALTER HILL-III<br />

Sociology<br />

WI LLJAM HI LL<br />

Business Management<br />

KARE N HI NTON<br />

Social Science<br />

CHARLES HOCHART<br />

Industrial Arts<br />

LEON HOFFMAN<br />

Vocational Education<br />

MARY HOKE<br />

Social Science<br />

ANN HOLBEN<br />

Mathematics<br />

MARK<br />

HOLLJ NGSWORTH<br />

Social Science<br />

VI NCENT HOSHI<br />

Chemistry<br />

ETHEL HOUGH<br />

Home Economics<br />

They say that silence resides in contentment,<br />

but I say to you that denial, rebellion, and<br />

contempt dwell in silence.<br />

Gilbran<br />

JEFFREY JACOB EN<br />

Parks and Recreation<br />

ELSIE JOBE<br />

Fine Arts and Social<br />

Science<br />

BETIY JOHN<br />

English<br />

CRYSTAL JOHNSON<br />

Home Economics<br />

DEAN JOHNSON<br />

Sociology<br />

HUG H JOHNSON<br />

Industrial Arts<br />

KAREN JOHNSON<br />

Accounting<br />

MICHELE JOHNSON<br />

Nursing<br />

MINERVA JOHNSON<br />

Spanish<br />

SHARON JOHNSON<br />

Social Science<br />

SUSAN JOHNSON<br />

Social Science<br />

GORDON JUNG<br />

Zoology<br />

JUNE KARLSTROM<br />

Journalism<br />

JULIE KARP<br />

English<br />

SHERRY KASPER<br />

Nursing


DEAN KEARl<br />

Chemistry<br />

lAWRENCE KEllY<br />

Special<br />

MICHAEL KENNY<br />

Marketing<br />

TRUDIE KEOUGH<br />

Nursing<br />

PATRI CIA KEPPLE<br />

History<br />

DANiEl KERBERG<br />

Special<br />

KAREN KERN<br />

Nursing<br />

MIKE KllEEN<br />

Information Systems<br />

Management<br />

MAUREEN KING<br />

English<br />

PRASIT KITISAKKUl<br />

Finance<br />

PATRICIA KLAUER<br />

Speech Communication<br />

JOAN KNABEl<br />

Marketing<br />

CHARLOTTE KNUTSON<br />

Physical Education<br />

DAVID KOENIGSHOFER<br />

Mechanical Engineering<br />

CANDICE KOROPP<br />

Social Science<br />

BETTY KOTTKE<br />

Art Education<br />

PATRICIA KRAMER<br />

Social Science<br />

FRANK KULISCHAK<br />

Accounting<br />

1I NDA KULPA<br />

Nursing<br />

STEVEN BUSHNER<br />

Political Science<br />

ADRIENNE LA<br />

BRUCHERIE<br />

Journalism<br />

JA NI S LAGESON<br />

Social Science<br />

DOUGLAS LAIRD<br />

Chemistry<br />

KATHLEEN LARKI N<br />

Business Administration<br />

TERRYl lAVERY<br />

Nursing<br />

VAN lEICHTER<br />

Criminal Justice<br />

Ad min istration<br />

JERI lENTZ<br />

Home Economics<br />

ROBERT<br />

lERTPAICHAIYON<br />

Business Management<br />

EMilY lEUNG<br />

Social Welfare<br />

JUDY LEUNG<br />

Finance<br />

Life wherever it shows itself,<br />

truth no matter how bitter-to<br />

speak out boldly to people, sincerely,<br />

point-blank-this is what<br />

excites me, this is what I wantl<br />

R<br />

Modest Musorgsky<br />

DIANE lORTZ<br />

English<br />

KATHRYN lYFORD<br />

Social Science<br />

RICHARD l YTWYN<br />

Business Administration<br />

RUBEN MACABITAS<br />

Mechanical Engineering<br />

-HUGH MAC MillAN<br />

Marketing


ROSE MADDEN<br />

Fine Arts and Social<br />

Science<br />

MARCELLA MADDUX<br />

journalism<br />

PAMELA MALLORY<br />

Mathematics<br />

DIANN MARCOVICH<br />

Social Science<br />

KAREN MAREK<br />

Social Science<br />

ROBERT MARRS<br />

Special<br />

JERRY MARTIN<br />

Social Science<br />

SHERRY MARTIN<br />

Marketing<br />

SUSAN MARTINY<br />

Fine Arts<br />

JOANN MASTERS<br />

Home Economics<br />

DALE MASTNY<br />

Industrial Arts<br />

JOANN MATTHEWS<br />

Anthropology<br />

DAVID MAY<br />

Art<br />

MELINDA MAY<br />

Political Science<br />

JAMES MC ALEXANDER<br />

Industrial Arts<br />

STEPHEN MCCALL<br />

Spanish<br />

GEORGE MCCAY<br />

Industrial Arts<br />

GLENDA MCCLUNG<br />

Fine Arts and<br />

Social Science<br />

DANIEL MCCORMICK<br />

Finance<br />

MARGARET MCCUMBY<br />

Social Science<br />

I came into a very young world in a very old<br />

time.<br />

Erik Satie<br />

BEVERLY MILLER<br />

Fine Arts<br />

KENNETH MILLER<br />

Social SCience<br />

LEONARD MI LLER<br />

Public Administration<br />

WALTER MILTON<br />

Social Science<br />

CAROL MI NESCH<br />

Social SCience<br />

LUANN MISCHLER<br />

Social SCience<br />

LINDA MONTS<br />

English-<strong>Library</strong> SCience<br />

DEBORAH MOORE<br />

Social Science<br />

ROBERT MOORE<br />

Physical Education<br />

F. MICHELE MORGAN<br />

Child Development<br />

JANET MORRIS<br />

Nursing<br />

SUE MORSE<br />

Social SCience<br />

JACK MOSHER<br />

English-Spanish<br />

SUZANNE MOSS<br />

Social SCience<br />

BOBBIE MOYER<br />

Geography


CYNTHIA MURDOCH<br />

Child Development<br />

SCOTT NAVE<br />

Economics<br />

JUDITH NELSON<br />

Physical Education<br />

MARIE NELSON<br />

Sociology<br />

JAMES NESTEBY<br />

American Studies<br />

THOMAS NEVINS<br />

Management<br />

SIDNEY NEWKIRK<br />

Finance<br />

NGA NGUYEN<br />

Accounting<br />

PAMELA NIMS<br />

Special<br />

TERRY NISHIDA<br />

Engineering<br />

RUTH NOEL<br />

Art<br />

NORMAN OBAYASHI<br />

Psychology<br />

PAT OCHA<br />

Journalism<br />

SHIRLEY O'CONNELL<br />

Nursing<br />

CAROL OHMAN<br />

Special<br />

ERIC OLA NDER<br />

Physical Education<br />

DIANNA OLIVER<br />

Sociology<br />

CAROLYN OLSEN<br />

Child Development<br />

264<br />

Decisions awaken the spirit of man<br />

The great decision comes first,<br />

The great work follows.<br />

Wilfred Peterson<br />

. --::::._. ~ ....~---- .... _~<br />

1I 0<br />

MDAH<br />

AO AK<br />

T I ommuni tlon<br />

and ilm<br />

V YN PANKH<br />

Haith du lion<br />

THOMAS PAPPA<br />

Geography<br />

CYNTHIA PARKER<br />

English<br />

WILLIAM PARKER<br />

Special<br />

ANNE PARRISH<br />

Special<br />

ELENA PASCUAL<br />

Sociology<br />

TERESAPASCUAl<br />

Mexican-American Studies<br />

STEPHANIEPATIERSON<br />

Journalism and Psychology<br />

THOMAS PAYNE<br />

Psychology<br />

265


EDWARD PEASE<br />

GERALD PEASE<br />

French<br />

WA LTER PEASE<br />

Biology<br />

MARl PERNI<br />

Social Science<br />

BARBARA PERROU<br />

Social Science<br />

TOBY PERRY<br />

Business Management<br />

LYNN PERRYMAN<br />

English<br />

DA VID PETERSON<br />

English<br />

LARRY PETERSEN<br />

Marketing<br />

ROBERT PETERSEN<br />

Marketing<br />

LYNN PETTIJOHN<br />

Child Development<br />

CHRISTI NE PETTIS<br />

Child Development<br />

SUSA N PHI LLIPS<br />

Fine Arts and Social<br />

Sciences<br />

LORA PIAZZA<br />

Psychology<br />

SILVA PIMENTAL<br />

Marketing<br />

EVELYN PI NKIERT<br />

Social Welfare<br />

WENDY PLOTTEL<br />

Social Sciences<br />

LAWRENCE PLUTH<br />

History<br />

MICHAEL PONSFORD<br />

Accounting<br />

BARBARA POOLE<br />

Social Science<br />

SANDRA POOLE<br />

Physical Education<br />

PORNSWAN<br />

POOSOMPORN<br />

Economics<br />

WANDA POPKO<br />

Home Economics<br />

PENNY POST<br />

Art<br />

ROBERT POWERS<br />

Economics<br />

YVETTE PUTNAM<br />

Social Sciences<br />

JIN QUIN<br />

Civil Engineering<br />

GRACE RADFORD<br />

Nursing<br />

DENNIS RALYEA<br />

Public Administration<br />

BRUCE RAMET<br />

Speech Communications<br />

t<br />

1<br />

HARD<br />

nt<br />

Behind her smile,<br />

who will ever<br />

know her<br />

thoughts.<br />

267


MICHAEL ROSENBURG<br />

English<br />

JANET ROSENTHAL<br />

Social Science<br />

BARRY ROSS<br />

Business Management<br />

YVONNE ROSSI NI<br />

Finance<br />

DONITA ROTHERHAM<br />

Nursing<br />

ELIZABETH ROY<br />

Social Science<br />

PETER RUGGLES<br />

History<br />

DOROTHY RUSNEll<br />

Psychology<br />

PHILIP SALAMY<br />

Accounting<br />

VIRGI NIA SALERA<br />

English<br />

How divine a thing a woman may<br />

be made.<br />

THOMAS SALDIN<br />

History<br />

MARY LOU SALZMAN<br />

Social Science<br />

ROSAlINDIA SANCHEZ<br />

Spanish<br />

ROMULO SARNO<br />

Business Administration<br />

RA YMOND SCHARBACK<br />

Real Estate<br />

William Wadsworth<br />

H BI<br />

RI<br />

GERALD H A<br />

English<br />

TIMOTHY H HAM<br />

English<br />

CLIFFORD HEER<br />

Accounting<br />

PAMElA HIRlEY<br />

Enviromental D sign<br />

GEORGE SHOEMAKER<br />

Public Administration<br />

lANE SIGNAIGO<br />

Social Science<br />

SUSAN SIMPSON<br />

Nursing<br />

DONNA SINCLAIR<br />

Fine Arts and Hummaniti s<br />

NA NCY SI NG LETO<br />

political Science<br />

SUZANNE IRES<br />

Nursing<br />

ROBERT SIVACOE<br />

Marketing<br />

SHERMAN SKEETE<br />

Art<br />

MARY SKETOE<br />

Art<br />

WILLIAM SKETOE<br />

Graphic Art<br />

JANET SLANZO<br />

Social Science<br />

MARILYN SLANTON<br />

Home Economics<br />

HOWARD SMITH<br />

Marketing<br />

lAMES SMITH<br />

English<br />

KRIS SMITH<br />

English<br />

MONTE SMITH<br />

Engineering


PAUL SMITH<br />

Psychology<br />

STEWART SMITH<br />

Business Management<br />

CHARLES SNODGRASS<br />

Marketing<br />

RENE SOLOMON<br />

Speech and Hearing<br />

Pathology<br />

RACHEL SONABEND<br />

Social Science<br />

GEORGE SPEICHER<br />

Business Administration<br />

MICHAEL SPEYER<br />

Marketing<br />

JUDITH SPRINGER<br />

Math<br />

PERRY SPROAT<br />

Fine Arts<br />

WENDY STACKHOUSE<br />

Social Science<br />

TERI STAFFEN<br />

Physical Education<br />

DIANE STAMP<br />

Physical Education<br />

LINDA STARK<br />

Social Science<br />

JAN STATMAN<br />

Biology<br />

JANICE STEELE<br />

Home Economics<br />

MICHAEL STEVENSON<br />

Business Management<br />

MICHAEL STEWART<br />

Economics<br />

DA VI D STI CKE LS<br />

Business Ad minsitration<br />

EILEEN STOCKFISCH<br />

Social Science<br />

AMY STODDARD<br />

Social Science<br />

PATRICK STROBEL<br />

English<br />

JUDY STURDIVANT<br />

Sociology<br />

JAMES SULLIVAN<br />

Social Sciences<br />

KA THLEE N SU NMER<br />

English<br />

SYDNEY SUTLIFF<br />

Social Science<br />

PAM SWEARI NGER<br />

Music<br />

JOHN TALBOT<br />

Telecommunications<br />

and Film<br />

NANCY TAlBOT<br />

Nursing<br />

DEBORAH TALLENT<br />

Education<br />

BILLY TANG<br />

Microbiology<br />

so if the smil is not so bright<br />

or the greetin not 0 h rful<br />

don't mark it off as nob ....<br />

tears don't hay to b of w t r<br />

Ronan Bro krnan<br />

KAREN TANI<br />

Math<br />

CHRISTINE TARA TO<br />

Psychology<br />

NANCY TAYLOR<br />

Social Science<br />

SUSAN TAYLOR<br />

Latin-American Studies<br />

TWILA TEAT<br />

Home Economics<br />

HARVEY TEDFORD<br />

Industrial Arts<br />

NEI LA THOMAS<br />

Spanish<br />

MARGARET THOMPSON<br />

Social Science<br />

JOYCE THORNE<br />

Art<br />

PATRICIA THORPE<br />

Social Science<br />

MARY THUDIUM<br />

Music<br />

ROBIN TIDWELL<br />

French<br />

PAMELA TIPTON<br />

Physical Education<br />

A NDREA TOMAR<br />

physical Education<br />

HEIDI TOPPER<br />

English


SHERI TRAIL<br />

Social Science<br />

NGOC SINH TRAN<br />

Accounting<br />

JANICE TRUE<br />

Information Systems<br />

YUEN MAY TSUI<br />

Microbiology<br />

MARIANNE TSUSHIMA<br />

Home Economics<br />

MARILYN TUDAL<br />

Social Science<br />

KA THY TU NSTALL<br />

Speech Pathology<br />

REBECCA URA TA<br />

English<br />

SHEILA UYEjI<br />

Fine Arts<br />

MARGARET VAIL<br />

Home Economics<br />

STEVEN VAN BIBBER<br />

Physics<br />

DANIEL VAN i-tESPEN<br />

Business Administration<br />

ARTHUR VARLEY<br />

Biology<br />

THOMAS VAN ZANT<br />

Accounting<br />

MILTON VAUGHT<br />

Physical Education<br />

JANET VAUGHN<br />

Home Economics<br />

DEBORAH VIGNOVICH<br />

Social Science<br />

PEGGY VOLLAND<br />

Social Science<br />

FRANK WAITKUS<br />

Telecommunications<br />

and Film<br />

JAMES WALLACE<br />

Political Science<br />

---_. "*~<br />

MI HA L WHA<br />

pani h<br />

LINDA WH K<br />

Child D v I pm nt<br />

YNTHI WHIPPL<br />

pial Appli d rt<br />

P GGY WHIPPL<br />

So ial i n<br />

EDWARD WHI L R<br />

Politi al i n<br />

BON I WI M Y R<br />

Hom conomi<br />

HERYL WIGGI N<br />

Fin Arts-Hummanili<br />

U A Wit OMB<br />

hild Dev loprn nl<br />

SA DRA WILEY<br />

Speech Pathology<br />

RICHARD WI LKIE<br />

Psychology<br />

ALYCE WILLIAMS<br />

Social Science<br />

ANNARAE WI LLiAMS<br />

Art<br />

CHERYL WILLIAMS<br />

French, English<br />

KIMBERLY WILLIS<br />

H<br />

Nursing<br />

KATHLEEN WI LSON<br />

Scoial Science


274<br />

JILL WINNEN<br />

Marketing<br />

GAIL WOKULUK<br />

English<br />

JOYCE WOODRUFF<br />

Sociology<br />

CHARLES WORDEN<br />

Biology<br />

KA THERI NE WI LSON<br />

Music<br />

MARJORIE ,WILSON<br />

Spanish<br />

THOMAS WI NKLER<br />

Speech Communications<br />

You may give your love but not your thoughts<br />

For they may have their own thoughts.<br />

You may house their bodies but not their souls,<br />

For their souls dwell in the house of tomorrow,<br />

which you cannot visit, not even in your dreams.<br />

You may strive to be like them, but seek not make<br />

them like you.<br />

For life goes not backward not tarries with<br />

yesterday.<br />

You are the bows from wh ich your children are<br />

wing arrows, sent forth.<br />

Gilbran<br />

ALLY WRI HT<br />

hild D v lopm n<br />

THOMA WRI H<br />

R al stat<br />

SANDRA YANO<br />

Information yst m<br />

EUGENE Y<br />

Accounting<br />

HIROMITSU YOKOI<br />

Busin ss Mark ting<br />

DAVID YOUNG<br />

Sociology<br />

DENISE YOUNG<br />

Economics<br />

HAROLD YOUNG<br />

physical Education<br />

JOHN YOUNG<br />

Finance<br />

WANDA YOUNGER<br />

Information Systems<br />

JAMES ZAGAMI<br />

Music<br />

KAREN ZAHN<br />

Foods and Nutrition<br />

SONDRA ZERMAN<br />

Social Science<br />

VICKIE ZIEGLER<br />

Social Sciences<br />

AGOSTI NO ZOlEZZI<br />

Finance<br />

SAMUEL ZOlEZZI<br />

Drama<br />

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Imperial Valley Campus<br />

Established in 1959, the Calexico Campus of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> became a permanent<br />

part of the <strong>State</strong> College system in March of 1969. This campus is the smallest<br />

and newest division of the state college system, having a student-teacher ratio<br />

of fifteen to one.<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>, Calexico, was established as a bi-cultural institution, placing<br />

emphasis on the training of teachers who will work primarily in Mexican-<br />

American areas. Having the campus a short walk from the Mexican-American<br />

border allows students and faculty the opportunity to enjoy the hospitality of<br />

Old Mexico at first hand.<br />

The intimate and leisurely atmosphere on campus provides a unique setting<br />

for study and experimentation in education. Students participate in on-campus<br />

organizations, whose projects often expand to include other Imperial Valley<br />

communities.<br />

Thestudent-Califomia Teachers's Association, Mecha, the Associated Student<br />

Body, an d several special study classes un ite to provide contin un ity to a<br />

campus comprised of students with varied backgrounds.<br />

A very special project, begun in September of 1969, was the refurbishing and<br />

upgrading of a new Student Union on campus. The house was set aside as student<br />

property, decorated to look like a Mexican fiesta, and now provides students<br />

with their own study social' area.<br />

ALATORRE, MARY CHRISTINE<br />

Spanish<br />

ARDOI N, ARTHUR W.<br />

Social Science<br />

BAEZ, GLORIA<br />

Social Science<br />

BARBOSA, NANCY<br />

Social Science-Education<br />

BERTUSSI, CAROLYN ANNE<br />

Social Science-Elementary<br />

BUROW, DORIS HAAG<br />

Social Science-Education<br />

CHARLSON, SANDRA LEE<br />

Social Science<br />

DUGGINS, KATHLEEN<br />

Math<br />

EATON, THOMAS RAYMOND<br />

Social Science<br />

ElLISON, KATIE LEE<br />

Fine Arts<br />

FARRElL, RONALD E.<br />

Social Science<br />

FElDMAN, LILY WILHELMINA<br />

Social Science<br />

GARCIA, DELIA<br />

Social Science<br />

GLOVER, NANCY JEAN<br />

Social Science<br />

GRAHAM, JANETTE DENISE<br />

276 Social Science<br />

HA NEY, MARILYN SUE<br />

Social Science<br />

t~ _.-== ...... ,.~~.<br />

A time for learning.<br />

nt ni n in<br />

HARRI , EUZAB TH P.<br />

Social i nc<br />

HOLLOW, LOLA H.<br />

Social i n<br />

HOLLOW, EDWARD<br />

JOHNSON, MERI<br />

Social ien<br />

JOPE , JACQU 1I E A.<br />

Social Scienc<br />

JURADO, MARIA<br />

Social Scienc<br />

KIDWEll, IRAS L.<br />

Social i nc<br />

KNIGHT, SU A<br />

MIRANDA, MARY M.<br />

Social i nc<br />

OELRI H, JACK R.<br />

Social Science<br />

277


278<br />

Associated Student Body officers: in their new office. Left to right (girls): Chris lohnson - President;<br />

janette Graham-Secretary; Susan Dobbs-Women's Rep. Left to right (boys): Warren Smith -Men's<br />

Rep; Art McBride-Vice President.<br />

POORE, MARY E.<br />

Social Science<br />

PRITCHETT, GLADYS L.<br />

English<br />

RYAN, MARIA H.<br />

Social Science<br />

SA LI NE, AR LENE N.<br />

Social Science<br />

ORTIZ, MARJORIE RAE<br />

Spanish<br />

OSWALD, GEORGE H.<br />

Social Science<br />

PACHECO, LEWIS ARTHUR<br />

Social Science<br />

PADDOCK, MARJORIE N.<br />

Social Science<br />

PAVAO, MARY LOU<br />

Social Science<br />

POll SH, DELBERT M.<br />

Social Science<br />

New life for the New Union.


The younger girl keeps a'<br />

rollingon my mind ....<br />

J. B. Sebastian<br />

281


1971 SENIOR I<br />

ABNEY, GREGORY PAUL<br />

Physical Education<br />

Sports, Kappa Sigma.<br />

AGEE, THOMAS fLINT<br />

Marketing<br />

ALAMEDA, GEORGE KENNETH<br />

Marketing<br />

Dean's list, Kappa Sigma.<br />

ALEXAITIS, JON HARLAND<br />

History<br />

ALEXANDER, DON<br />

Physical Education<br />

Swimming, Water Polo, ASB Student Body<br />

Candidate 1970.<br />

ALfARO, MARIO JOSE<br />

Art - Environmental Design<br />

ALLISON, lAMES DONALD<br />

Math<br />

ALATORRE, MARY CHRISTINE<br />

Spanish<br />

AMANO, NANCY MITSUKO<br />

English<br />

AMMANN, ELSIE B.<br />

Psychology<br />

ANANTAPRAKORN, SOMCHAI<br />

Business Administration - Marketing<br />

ANDERSON, CARROL LYNN<br />

Social SCience<br />

ANDERSON, JEANNE LEE<br />

Art - Education<br />

Gamma Phi Beta, Zura Hall Wing V.P., Coro-nets,<br />

tes Sevants, Vets Club Hostess.<br />

ANDERSON, LINDA DIANE<br />

English· Elementary<br />

ANDOLSEK, DENNIS KEITH<br />

Marketing<br />

Cultural Arts Board, Society lor the Advancement<br />

of Management, Aztec Center Staff.<br />

ARDOIN, ARTHUR W.<br />

Social SCience<br />

ASB Student Union Commissioner llh years,<br />

Assistant Editor, Lift/e Brother.<br />

ARMSTRONG, HUGH D. JR.<br />

Marketing - Business Administration<br />

Newman Club<br />

BEEBE, PAUL DAVID<br />

Spedill<br />

Christl.im Science Organization<br />

BELL, CHARLES WINBORN<br />

loousltialArts<br />

BENJAMIN, BARBARA<br />

Marketing<br />

SkiClub<br />

BENKE, DONALD GEORGE<br />

Te'ec:ommuniutions<br />

BENNINGTON, KAY ANN<br />

PsycholOBY<br />

BENSON, j. BRADfORD<br />

Electriol Engineering<br />

IEEE,OeltaChl.<br />

BERGSTROM, ROBERTA GAIL<br />

Special<br />

BUROW, DORIS HAAG<br />

Social SCience· Education<br />

BERTUSSI, CAROlYN ANNE<br />

Sociill Sdence • Elementary<br />

BEVERS, RONALD IRWIN<br />

History<br />

BEZOENIK WIGGENIOST, VIRGINIA<br />

Business Education<br />

Society of the Advancement of ManlKemenl -<br />

secret,uy, Student AetivitiM - secretary, Dean<br />

of Student ActiVities - Secretary, Palomar College<br />

Secretary '63-'70.<br />

BILZ, JEANETTE MARIE<br />

Physical Eduutlon<br />

50se Physical Education Club, Azte< sailing<br />

Club.<br />

BISSMEYER, ROBERT DENNIS<br />

Child Development-Special Education<br />

Credential<br />

Council of bceptlonal Children<br />

BITTNER, LARRY WAYNE<br />

Markellng<br />

American Marketing Auodoiliion<br />

BLACK, LORETTA LUfSEY<br />

History<br />

5OseOperas<br />

BLAIR, JOHN RANDOlPH<br />

Real Estate<br />

BLAKE, PATRICIA ANN<br />

Nursing . ,<br />

Student Nurses Association of Callforma<br />

ARNOLD, JANE DEWEY<br />

German<br />

German Club BLAKELY, KATHLEEN A.<br />

AROBIO, LINDA QUINTINA<br />

Social Scjence- Elementary<br />

ARONOff, fRANK D.<br />

PU~~~~d~~t~~~~O~ange Planning Bd., Sopho--<br />

more Class Council.<br />

ASfAZADOUR, JUNE E.<br />

Social Science<br />

AUSTIN, ROBERT PAUL<br />

Astronomy<br />

AZlING, MARY A.<br />

Social Science<br />

BAAS, DIANA L<br />

Physical Education<br />

BACZYNSKI, KATHIE T.<br />

Home Economics<br />

Shell and Oar _ Secretary Treasurer Juni.or<br />

Year, Treasurer Senior Year, Home EconomICS<br />

Club.<br />

BAEZ, GLORIA<br />

Social Science<br />

BAGGERLY, SUSAN R.<br />

M~~;;itftight '69, Golden Girls '69, Panh.ellenic,<br />

Alpha phi - President, Sweethearts of DIamond<br />

'68, Ten Best Dressed '66.<br />

BAILEY, PAULA CHRISTINE<br />

English<br />

BAIRD, BARBARA LYNNE<br />

Sociology<br />

Zero Population Growth<br />

BAIRD, JOHN ALLAN<br />

History<br />

BAKER, STEVE JOSEPH<br />

Political Science<br />

Intercollegiate oeb


286<br />

senior index.<br />

CASSADY. MICHAEL ELWOOD<br />

Political Science - Pte-Legal<br />

Student-Faculty Activities Beard Chairman,<br />

Ripon Society, AnaooiiK. Pre-leg,,:! Society,<br />

Moderate Student Union..<br />

CASSIE. JUDY LEE<br />

Recreation<br />

Child Development<br />

EATON. THOMAS RAYMO 0<br />

Social soeoce<br />

CRUZ. FRED A.<br />

Social Sceoce • Elementary EBA. TIMOTHY PAUL<br />

MaReting<br />

CRUZAN. KATHLEEN LOUISE<br />

Fine Arts- Elementary<br />

CRUZ, HELEN E.<br />

English<br />

CASSUTI. THOMAS RUSSULl<br />

Chemistry<br />

sase Amerian Chemial5o


288<br />

senior index.<br />

Pofjtic:;aI5n('nc~<br />

Manolt 8o.nd, Ph. K"PP~ PhI.<br />

JACOBSEN, JEffREY ENGLAND<br />

P,ulcs and Recreaucn Me'~ Assoc:i.iltion_<br />

KIDWElL, IRAS LAVERNE<br />

Social Science<br />

KILEEN, MIKE<br />

InfOfmillion Systems Manilgement<br />

Marching AZlecs, SDse Wind Ememble.<br />

KING, MAUREEN ElIZABETH<br />

English<br />

Cetzill<br />

KITISAKKUL, PRASIT<br />

Fin.ilnce<br />

KLAUER, PATRICIA ANNE<br />

Speech Communicalion<br />

KNABEl, JOAN E.<br />

M4Irketing<br />

AIESfC, Ameriun M4Irkeling Anoci~ljon,<br />

SoIi1ing Club, Big Brother-Big Sishu Progr.llm.<br />

KNIGHT, SUSAN<br />

KNUTSON, CHARLOITE OLEEN<br />

Physical £dUUlion<br />

Sl'fC J Ye~rs. SPEC Secretary, WARA SeerelilIry·Tre.llsurer<br />

KOENIGSHOfER, DAVID G.<br />

Mechanicill Engin~r<br />

~S Council School of Engineering Represenlil.<br />

live, AS Council Athletics B~rd Repr~nl".<br />

live, Joint Ensineenng u«utivt' Board Chalrmilln,<br />

ASM£, SAE, Rugby.<br />

KOROPP, CANDICE LEE<br />

Soc::iOIl5cience<br />

Young RepubliCill-f1S<br />

KOITKE, BETTY JOAN<br />

An· EducOllion<br />

KRAMER, PATRICIA ANN<br />

Soci.JI5cience<br />

KULISCHAK, FRA K<br />

Accounting<br />

Bet .. AIph;. Psi, Accountifll. Society.<br />

KULPA, LINDA KAY<br />

Nursing<br />

SNAC<br />

KUSHNER, STEVE E.<br />

Pofjlial~nce<br />

PJe--le8ilJ~y<br />

LABRUCHERIE, ADRIE E DENISE<br />

JoucMism<br />

D~'" Aztec Activities Editor. SigDlC Or~ Chi.<br />

LAGESON, JANIS LUA NE<br />

5ocQ1 SCience<br />

LAIRD, DOUGLAS H.<br />

Chemistry<br />

LARKIN, KA THill T.<br />

Bus.i~ Adm;nistntlon - MOIiru.:ing<br />

LAVERY, TERRYL AN<br />

Nursing<br />

SNAC<br />

lEICHHR, VAN GORDO<br />

Cum.,,,,,l hntlU" AdrrurJl!>tr,lUon<br />

SfBlTU Mu Ph. PrPWdrnt. Vicr.Pr~nc.<br />

5ecrefM)'<br />

LENTZ. JERRI LY<br />

Homr Economics<br />

K.ilIpp NUrtigetl"Jle'1'lI<br />

LEU G, EMILY HAY LING<br />

SocQ'WeH.lIre<br />

LEU G, JUDY HA Y YU G<br />

f~ncr<br />

LEU G, IUPIAN jUPCHU G<br />

rsycholowY<br />

LEWIS, JANET P.<br />

Ph~"Edu


290<br />

senior index.<br />

SALERA, VIRGINIA MARIE<br />

English<br />

Outing Club<br />

SALINE, ARLENE N.<br />

Social Science<br />

SALZMAN, MARY LOU<br />

Social Science<br />

SANCHEZ, ROSALINDA MARIE<br />

Spanish<br />

SARNO, ROMULO, JR.<br />

Business Administration -f nsurance<br />

SCHARBACK, RAYMOND LEROY<br />

Real Estate<br />

SCHARBACK, RAYMOND LEROY<br />

RealEstate<br />

SCHOEBINGER, SUSAN ElAINE<br />

Music-Elementary<br />

Mortar Board, Dean's List, Sigma Alpha rota<br />

President, Secretary, Choral Direclor, Music<br />

~1~:-a~~:i'de~:'li~~:~su~~~fe;t:~C:nl<br />

~r:r~~~~~i~<br />

Teachers' Association Treasurer.<br />

SCHRIEFER, GAIL JUNE<br />

English<br />

Sigma Kappa, Sigma Phi Espilon Sweelhean.<br />

Top Ten Women of the Year '68-'69, Las<br />

Meninas President.<br />

SCHRIEFER, THEODORE WILLIAM<br />

Education<br />

SCHUBERT, CHARLES l.<br />

Industrial Arts<br />

Sigma Pi Tau, Industrial Arts Club.<br />

SCHURCH, STUART DAVID<br />

Social Sciences<br />

SCHWARZ, MICHAEl j.<br />

Accounting<br />

SDSC Accounting Society.<br />

SCHWIEN, SANDI LEE<br />

Social Science - Elementary<br />

Alpha Phi, Rugbyettes.<br />

SEDLACEK, KATHY ANN<br />

Lalin-American Studies<br />

Alpha lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta, Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi, Morlar<br />

Board, Alpha Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta.<br />

SEELEY, LORRAINE EDNA<br />

latin-American Studies<br />

Maya Scholarship Chairman, lura House<br />

President, lura SA, lura RA, Alpha Mu<br />

Gamma Honor Society, luse-Brazilian Club.<br />

SEMMES, JAMES<br />

Social Science<br />

SHAW, JUDY l.<br />

English<br />

SHEA, GERALD THOMAS<br />

English<br />

C1B Chairman<br />

SHEEHAN, TIMOTHY DANIEL<br />

English<br />

Community Involvement Bureau<br />

SHELTON, BILLIE JEANNE<br />

Social Science<br />

SHERR, CLIFFORD M.<br />

Accounting<br />

Alpha Epsilo~ Pi Pr~sident, IFC Treasurer,<br />

Who's Who In Amencan Colleges and Universities,<br />

Alpha Epsilon Pi National Award<br />

Dean's list, Hillel, Beta Alpha Psi. '<br />

SHIRLEY, PAMElA FRANCES<br />

Environmental Design<br />

AID<br />

SHOEMAKER, GEORGE SPAULDING<br />

Publrc Administration<br />

SIGNAl GO, JANE ELIZABETH<br />

Social Scie~ce<br />

SIMPSON, SUSAN DIANE<br />

Nursing<br />

SNAC<br />

SINCLAIR, DONNA DEBORAH<br />

Fine Arts and Humanities<br />

<strong>Del</strong>la leta<br />

SINGLETON, NANCY LYNN<br />

Political Science<br />

Pi Sigma Alpha<br />

SIRES, SUZANNE<br />

Nursing<br />

Studenl Nurses Association of California.<br />

SIVARCOE, ROBERT WAYNE<br />

Marketing<br />

Sigma ~Ipha Epsilon, Veteran's Club, American<br />

Marketrng Association.<br />

SKEETE, SHERMAN SHERLOCK JR.<br />

Mt<br />

SKETOE, MARY ANN<br />

Art· Graphic Communications<br />

SKETOE, WILLIAM HAROLD<br />

GraphrcArts<br />

SLANCZKA, JANET LUCILLE<br />

Social Science<br />

Model UN<br />

SLATON, MARILYN JEAN<br />

Home Economics<br />

Alpha Chi Omega Officer, Panhel1enic.<br />

SLAVENS, BARBARA JANE<br />

Social Science<br />

SMITH, HOWARD LEE<br />

Marketing<br />

SMITH, JAMES WILBURN<br />

English<br />

SMITH, KRIS E.<br />

English<br />

Pi Beta Phi, Kappa Sigma little Sisters.<br />

SMITH, MONTE ELWYN<br />

Engineering<br />

Society of Automotive Engineers President,<br />

American Society 01 Mechanical Engineers<br />

Vice-President, Baja Racing Team, Aztec<br />

Engineers Photographer, Dive Club, Outing<br />

Club.<br />

SMITH, PAUL ARTHUR<br />

Psychology<br />

Young Republicans Treasurer '67-'68, Youth<br />

for Nixon Co-Chairman '67.<br />

SMITH, STEWART CAMERON<br />

Business Management<br />

Sigma Pi<br />

SMITH, WARREN E.<br />

Social Science<br />

SNODGRASS, CHARLES A.<br />

Marketing<br />

Alpha Tau Omega, IFC.<br />

SOLOMON, RENE J.<br />

Speech and Hearing Pathology<br />

Sigma Alpha Eta President<br />

SONABEND, RACHEL<br />

Social Science<br />

SPEICHER, GEORGE FRANK<br />

Business Administration - Marketing<br />

Alpha Tau Omega<br />

SPEYER, MICHAEL<br />

Marketing<br />

lambda Chi Alpha<br />

SPRINGER, JUDITH MA<br />

Math<br />

SPROAT, PERRY H.<br />

Fine Arts<br />

Madrigals, Sigma Alpha Iota.<br />

STACKHOUSE, WENDY JEAN<br />

Social SCience ~ Elementary<br />

Sigma Kappa<br />

STAFFEN, TERRI LYNETIE<br />

Physical Education<br />

STAMP, DIANE ARLENE<br />

Physical Education<br />

Rugbyettes Secretary, <strong>Del</strong>ta leta President<br />

SPEC. '<br />

STARK, LINDA M.<br />

Social Science<br />

STATMAN, JAN S.<br />

Biology<br />

Alpha Tau Omega, IFC Vice-President, Dcoetl.<br />

STEELE, JANICE LEE<br />

Home Economics<br />

Beta Sigma Phi, Home Economics Club,<br />

lura Publicity, Historian, Foods<br />

STEVENSON, MICHAEl JAMES<br />

BusinessManagement<br />

Sailing Club, EI Conquistador Vice-President.<br />

STEWART, MICHAEl J.<br />

Economics<br />

Tau Kappa Epsilon, IFC Football.<br />

STICKELS, DAVID RAY<br />

Business Administration, Information Systems<br />

Management<br />

STOCKFISCH, EILEEN LOUISE<br />

Social Science - Elementary<br />

STODDARD, AMY KIMBERLY<br />

Social Science· Education<br />

Pi Beta Phi. Panhellenic.<br />

STROBEl, PATRICK THOMAS<br />

English<br />

STURDIVANT, JUDY LEA<br />

Sociology<br />

SULLIVAN, JAMES FRANCIS JR.<br />

Social Science<br />

SUMNER, KATHLEEN GRAHAM<br />

English<br />

AS .Council, Panhellenic President, Vice-<br />

PresIdent, Alpha Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta, freshman<br />

Woman 01 the Year '68-'69, Panhellenic<br />

Sophomore Woman of the Year '69-'70, Who's<br />

Who in American Colleges and Universities<br />

'69~70, '70-'71.<br />

SUTLIFF, SYDNEY EILEEN<br />

Social Science<br />

<strong>University</strong> of Copenhagen, Alpha Chi<br />

Omega.<br />

SWEARINGEN, PAM SUE<br />

Music<br />

TALBOT, JOHN fRANCIS<br />

Telecommunications and Film<br />

Sigma Nu<br />

TALBOT, NANCY JEANNE<br />

Nursing<br />

TAllENT, DEBORAH ANN<br />

Education<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta, Golden Girls, las Meninas.<br />

TALLEY, MARY LOUISE<br />

Social Science<br />

TANI, KAREN ElAINE<br />

Mathematics<br />

TANG, BILLY WAI-KIN<br />

Microbiology<br />

TARANTO, CHRISTINE ANN<br />

Psychology<br />

TAYLOR, NANCY ANN<br />

Social Science<br />

TAYLOR, SUSAN LYNNE<br />

latin-American Studies<br />

luso Brazilian Club President, Sociedad Hispanica,<br />

wwesley ,foundation, Alpha MMu<br />

Gamma.<br />

TEAGUE, JOYCE NABETA<br />

English Literature<br />

TEATS, TWILA ANNE<br />

Home Economics - Foods and Nutrition<br />

Home Economics Club, Newman Center Club.<br />

WALTERS, CAROLE LOUISE<br />

Home Economics<br />

Child Development<br />

SINAWIK President, CIB, Mo..-tar Board.<br />

Anilhauc<br />

WRIGHT, THOMA KlMP<br />

WANG, LOUIS SHEUNG- TAK<br />

Accounting<br />

WARD, IANIS SUl<br />

Speech Pathology and Audiology<br />

Kappa Sigma lillIe Sister, Alph. Phi President,<br />

Public Relations, Student Society of Amerjca.<br />

TEDFORD, HARVEY LEIGHTON III<br />

Industrial Am WARD, SUSAN KRISTIN<br />

THOMAS, NElLA DIANE<br />

Spanish<br />

Dean's list, AWS Treasurer.<br />

THOMPSON, MARGARET LOUISE<br />

Social Science - Elementary<br />

IDC Representative, IDC Treasurer, IDC J-<br />

Board.<br />

THORPE, PATRICIA LOUISE<br />

Social Science<br />

THUDIUM, MARY THERESE<br />

Music<br />

Treble Clef, Concert Choir, Newman Fellowship.<br />

THORNE, JOYCE CAROL<br />

Art-Graphic Communications<br />

Alpha Epsilon Pi little Sisters, Hillel.<br />

TIDWEll, ROBIN<br />

French<br />

Alpha Phi, Rugbyettes, Dean's list, Angel<br />

flight.<br />

TIPTON, PAMELA K.<br />

Physical Education<br />

Social Studies<br />

WIGGINS, CHERYL LYNN<br />

fine Arts and Humilnities<br />

Concert Choir, Madrigals, Treble Or-f, 5DSC<br />

Quintet.<br />

WILCOMB, SUSAN K.<br />

Child Development<br />

Gamma phi Beta President, Daughters of Diana<br />

PresIdent, Tau Kappa tpsucn SWef'tnPlfl '69.<br />

WILEY, SANDRA JANE<br />

Speech Pathology and AudiolOfly<br />

Sigma Alpha Eta Key Member, ASHA, C5HA<br />

WATERS, THOMAS WILSON<br />

Psychology<br />

Tau Kappa Epsilon WILKIE, RICHARD A,<br />

Psychology<br />

WATRING,<br />

Special<br />

DEIRDRE S.<br />

WILLIAMS,<br />

Social Science<br />

ALYCE KATHRYN<br />

WECKERLY,<br />

English<br />

JOHN DOUGLAS<br />

WILLIAMS, ANNARAE<br />

Art ~ Secondary<br />

WELCH, LINDA LORNAINE<br />

English - Education<br />

WElTY, MARY LYNNE<br />

Social Science<br />

WESTIN, WILLIAM SEVERUS<br />

Information Systems Management, Data Precessing<br />

WESTON, AN NE I.<br />

Social Science<br />

WHALEN, ANNEMIEK<br />

French<br />

Pi <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi, Alpha Mu Gamma, Phi Kappa Phi,<br />

Cercle francois, German Club.<br />

Kappa Pi<br />

WILLIAMS, CHERYL ALYECE<br />

french and English<br />

R alr,latfl:<br />

Si rna Alpha £plollCW\<br />

YANO, SANDRA G,<br />

Informauo", 'Vii m<br />

YEl, £U lNl WAYNl<br />

ACcounu"8<br />

loUl nal of &hln w. rdltOf v


INDEX<br />

A<br />

Aaronson, Sid 174<br />

Adair, Steve 46<br />

Adamcyzk, Cathy 216<br />

Adams, Becky 202<br />

Adkisson, Ed 178,221<br />

Aguilar,Octavio 130<br />

Aguilar, Bob 218<br />

Ainsworth, Peggy 148<br />

Albert, Shelly 219<br />

Alburger, James 143<br />

Alcock, Lorene 160<br />

Alexander, Shari 164,208<br />

Allard, Tony 186<br />

Allison, Henry 86, 92<br />

Alpert, Adrienne 156,227<br />

Alsop, Ann 150<br />

Amador, Will 194<br />

Ames, Alan 196<br />

Amos, Cheri ' 213<br />

Amundson, Katherine 148<br />

Ana- Taprakorn, Somachai 211<br />

Anderson, Dr. Carlisle 210<br />

Anderson, Debbie 146,167<br />

Anderson, Jeanne 156<br />

Anderson, Jerry 210<br />

Anderson, Karen , 146<br />

Anderson, Martie 216<br />

Anderson, Mary 32<br />

Anderson, Tony 190,221<br />

Anderson, Wanda 156,227<br />

Andresen, Jed 184<br />

Andrew, Jill 158<br />

Anglin, Cindy 1tO<br />

Arobio, Diane 162<br />

Arnold, Bruce 186<br />

Aron, Dorothy 216<br />

Aronoff, Philip 182<br />

Aronoff, Frank 190<br />

Ashcraft, Mary 230<br />

Aspel, Tim 186<br />

Atkins, Janet 160<br />

Atkinson, John 176<br />

Attebery, Jeff 82,86,92,188<br />

Austin, Linda 146<br />

Avery, Candy 146<br />

Avii, Taetafe 190<br />

Ayers, Les 186<br />

Ayola, Arturo 130<br />

B<br />

Baca, Jorge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130<br />

Baggerly, Sue 151,220<br />

Baker, Jeff 82,86<br />

Baker, Opal 196<br />

Baker, Val 229<br />

Baker, Zada 228<br />

Ball, Cheryl 156<br />

Ball, Rodney 80<br />

Ballew, Cathy 134<br />

Balseus, Joanne 134<br />

Baltz, Mary _.. 148,202<br />

Bandhu, Chowana 97<br />

Bank, Diana 143,160<br />

Banner, Star-spangled 180<br />

292<br />

Barlow, Larry 210<br />

Barnett, Donna : .162<br />

Barr, Christopher 200<br />

Barr, Paul 211<br />

Barrus, Kris 161<br />

Barry, Susan 158<br />

Barry, Susan _ 162<br />

Barry, Susie 224<br />

Barsky, Mel. . 200<br />

Bart, Bruce 174<br />

Bartholdi, Debbie 148<br />

Barton, Jack 95<br />

Barton, John 190<br />

Bateman, Michael 209<br />

Bates, Gail 146<br />

Bauer, Susan 158<br />

Beardsley, Patty 134<br />

Becker, Michael 182<br />

Beckwith, Carole 158<br />

Bedore, Robert 210<br />

Beebe, Paul..... . 210<br />

Beeber, Glenny 160<br />

Beets, Kathy 154<br />

Beimford, Mary 146<br />

Belenzon, David 174<br />

Belford, Nancy 154<br />

Benevolent, Gnome 136<br />

Benko, Kathie 154<br />

Benson, Tom 211<br />

Bentley, Debby 158,225<br />

Berglund, Janet 148<br />

Berkowitz, Steve 198<br />

Berman, Linda 146<br />

Berman, Marc 198<br />

Berry, Benjamin 188<br />

Bessler, Joe 174<br />

Betts, Randy 182<br />

Betty, Deborah 154<br />

Betzold, Barbara 222<br />

Birch, Jack 194<br />

Birdsong, Dean 210<br />

Bitterlich, Cliff 211<br />

Bixby, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47<br />

Black, Christy 150,228<br />

Black, Jim 174<br />

Black, Joanie 162,224<br />

Black, Marilyn '" 150<br />

Blackburn, Rupert 210<br />

Blair, Tom 56<br />

Blakely, Katie 160<br />

Blakney, Wayne. . . 176<br />

Blevins, David 129<br />

Blodgett, Becky 148<br />

Blumenfeld, Mike _ 80<br />

Boaz, James 46,188<br />

Boaz, Susan 166,223<br />

Boese, AI 194<br />

Bohan, Michael .. - 188<br />

Boldeman, Chris 222<br />

Bolden, Sam 81<br />

Bontadelli, Sue 160<br />

Boone, Elizabeth 162<br />

Bordelon, Kathy 216<br />

Bosacki, Paige. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. 158<br />

• Boss, Shau n 200<br />

Bossard, Melody 135,146<br />

Boorda, Charlotte 154<br />

Bourne, Buddy. - 196<br />

Bouza, Camille. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .222<br />

Bowers, Polly 219<br />

Bowman, Colleen 162<br />

Boyd, Liz 148<br />

Boyer, Christine 150<br />

Boyer, Cindy 160,208<br />

Boyer, Thomas 210<br />

Boyes, Greg 188<br />

Boykin, Prentice 192<br />

Boyle, Mike 127,133, 188,230<br />

Bozung, Jim 176<br />

Bracken, Eddie 190<br />

Bradfield, Vicki 164<br />

Bradley,Ronald. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .211<br />

Bradner, <strong>San</strong>dy .154<br />

Brajkovich, Patti .134,162<br />

Brandt, Robert. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198<br />

Bravo, Irma _ 152<br />

Bray, Nancy 152<br />

Brazell, Ken 135,210<br />

Breakfield, Broadus 135,210<br />

Bremer, Pam 154<br />

Brennan, Ross _ 211<br />

Brett, Teresa 146<br />

Brewer, Bruce 102<br />

Brewer, Craig 186<br />

Brewer, Peter 178<br />

Brickley, Jay 188<br />

Briggs, Shere 162<br />

Britton, David ' 192<br />

Broadhurst, Nancy 216<br />

Brooker, Joan 59<br />

Brown, Bill 138<br />

Brown, Charles 129<br />

Brown, George , 86,88,92,170<br />

Brown, Marty , 146, 224<br />

Brown, Nancy 229<br />

Brown, Ralph 127,133,218,230<br />

Brown, Richard 2oo<br />

Brown, Susan , 222<br />

Browneller, Debbie , 222<br />

Browning, Christi 219<br />

Bruschi, Marco 211<br />

Bryan, Walter , 46<br />

Bryant, John 210<br />

Brydahl, Claire 156<br />

Buchanon, Willie ~. .. . .. 86,93<br />

Buck, Ken. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 1811<br />

Bucky, Paul 176<br />

Buckley, Marilyn 150<br />

Buckman, Forrestt 67<br />

Buckner, Brad 132,186<br />

Bunch, Michelle , 148<br />

Burgess, Deborah , 148<br />

Burke, Kathleen 166,222<br />

Bermeister, Bob 95<br />

Burns, Connie 155<br />

Burrow, Ken 86,89<br />

Busch, Bill 196<br />

Butcher, Beverly 219<br />

Butler, Pat 196<br />

Butler, Vicky 70<br />

Byrnes, Karen 222<br />

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Cadman, Kathleen 162,224<br />

Cafaro, John _ 230<br />

Calvary, Jim 133<br />

Campbell, Glenn 97<br />

Campbell, Jenny 158<br />

Campbell, Jeri _.150<br />

Campbell, Patrice 150, 22~<br />

Campbell, <strong>San</strong>dra 149,171,22 8<br />

Campbell, Sue 150,.~~<br />

Campos, Ralph 0<br />

Canez, D~vid ~~O<br />

Canez, Elizabeth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 2<br />

Caplan, Linda _ 22<br />

r<br />

Caquelin, Ron 196<br />

Carbone, Arlene 41<br />

Carey, Karen 152<br />

Carey, Linda 154<br />

Carmichael, Tammy 150<br />

Carrera, Fred 210<br />

Carrier, Ralph 182<br />

Carroll, Dave 176<br />

Carroll, Gary 192<br />

Carson, George 180<br />

Carson, Jeff 198<br />

Carste nse n, Steve , 200<br />

Carter, Martha. . . . . . 160<br />

Cartwright, Larry 95<br />

Case, Jennifer 160<br />

Cash, Donna 162<br />

Cassady, Michael 230<br />

Cavanaugh, Pat ~~<br />

Celis, James .<br />

Chadorch, Bijan 210<br />

Chalfant, Carol 158<br />

Champlin, Kris 166<br />

Chan, Shu Yun 210<br />

Chappell, Ruth , 135<br />

Charles, Gail 216<br />

Charles, Jamie . . . . . . . . . . . .202<br />

Chau, Mazie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152<br />

Chavez, Anna . 230<br />

Chew, Lori 156,225<br />

Chiesa, Skip 1:<br />

Chilcote, Gayla O· ~20<br />

Christian, Annie 15 ,<br />

Christie, John 33<br />

Christie, Linda ;~~<br />

Christopherson, Jan : :137<br />

Chu, Forrest. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 190<br />

Church, Ed , '190<br />

Cibit, Joe : :154<br />

Cicalo, Nancie 154<br />

Citizen, Sharon '180<br />

Clark, Bruce 65 '132<br />

Clark, Cathy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. '.150<br />

Clark, Cher~1 222<br />

Clark, Margie 224<br />

Clark, Mar~ha '.' '.184<br />

Clark, Patn~k 158<br />

Clark, <strong>San</strong>di 223<br />

Clarkson, Sue : : : .46<br />

Clary, John. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 209<br />

Clauson, Dale ······················:::.94<br />

Claypoole, Scott . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210<br />

Clayton, Allison 150' 228<br />

Cleator, Carol , 150<br />

Cleator, Connie 229<br />

Clemens, Gloria '184<br />

Clemens, Jim '196<br />

Clement, Hal '160'<br />

Clever, Teri '146<br />

Clifton, <strong>San</strong>dra 227<br />

Coffman, Ann - '164<br />

Coffman, Mary ., '180<br />

Cohen, Joe :174<br />

Cohen, Jack , 216<br />

Colt.James · .. · ··· .. · ." :156<br />

Coit, Patti - 202<br />

Colburn, Julie 156<br />

Colchagoff, Maya : .188<br />

Cole, Gregory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .158<br />

Coleman, Robi 162<br />

Collins, Carol '158<br />

Collins, Leanne :198<br />

Colosimo, Roy 186<br />

Colvey, Rick. . . . . . . . . . . .. . 148<br />

Compto~, Pam. . . . ... 1i7' 157: zzs. 230<br />

Conley, Vian ...., .209<br />

Considine, John 200<br />

Considine, Ted ······················: .. 95<br />

Cook, Kris , , 194<br />

Cook, Jeff .<br />

Cook, Laura 223<br />

Cooper, Dan 188<br />

Cooper, James 143<br />

Copp, Roy 86<br />

Cordero, Ana 156<br />

Cornelius, Dale 194<br />

Cornwell, Karen 158<br />

Correia, Cindy 150<br />

Corrigan, Nancy 146, 220, 228<br />

Corsi, Vera 171,223<br />

Coryell, Don 86<br />

Cosand, Patti 32<br />

Coslick, Steve 133,230<br />

Costigan, Carol 164,227<br />

Couchman, Scott 196<br />

Cour, Mike 94<br />

Coutts, Randy 180<br />

Cox Greg 196<br />

Cox: John: , 188<br />

Cox William 200<br />

Crafts, Bonny 156,227<br />

Craig, Doug 135<br />

Crampton, Walter 210<br />

Craney, Jason ~:<br />

Cromer, Susan '158<br />

Crosthwaite, Kathy .<br />

Crouch, Margaret ,213<br />

Crow, Karin 164<br />

Cubberley, Bruce , 200<br />

Cullen, Conner 146<br />

Cunningham, Rich ~:<br />

Curley, Glenna . . 222<br />

Currier, Cathy '164<br />

Curry, Colleen iOi' 222<br />

Curtin, Martha 164, , 213<br />

Cusack, Carol 150<br />

Cushing, Susan ,.............. 88<br />

Custeau, James 1<br />

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Daily, Debbie il0<br />

Daly, Mike '186<br />

Damko, Jim 210<br />

Dana, Steve '156<br />

Daniels, LUc~ ····················::::::.94<br />

Danielson, Tim 80<br />

Dantzler, Liz 180<br />

Darcey, Tom , '180<br />

Darnell, Bill .: ::: 192<br />

Daoust, Dennis. . . . . . . .. . 186<br />

Daugherty, Scott 196<br />

Davis, Bob '180<br />

Davis, Charlie 210<br />

Davis, Ellie '192<br />

Davis, James : : : :192<br />

DaVirro, John. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . 150<br />

Davis, Jeanne 80 '154<br />

Davis, Marcy .: : : : : . .'.160<br />

Dawson, Christine 149<br />

Dawson, Jane :222<br />

Dawson, Loosle 210<br />

Dawson, Susan.. . . .. . .. . .. . . .161.' ioi 228<br />

Deal,DeLora ., , . . . . . . . . . . '.152<br />

Deane, Donna ·· 15:4' 202<br />

Decker, Linda Kay 192<br />

DeGuzman, Julio :184<br />

DeHart, Tom " 8i 56 91<br />

<strong>Del</strong>any, Tim. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. , .150<br />

DeLazio, Mary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 96<br />

DeLong, Charlie , :i25<br />

Dennis, Terri. . . . . . .' 192<br />

DeRosa, Michael. . . , 133<br />

D'Spai n, Leah :1sz. 222<br />

DeVito, Carol. . . . . .. . . . .. . .. . '.158<br />

Dibble, Lorie , : .156<br />

Dickie, Jo .. . . . . .. .. 149 202<br />

Dickinson, Nancy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,<br />

Di in on, mu 1<br />

Dickson, Dou la 1<br />

Dickson,Dou I . .• •... .• 147<br />

Dild y, Lind . 147<br />

Dilday, Robin... . 14<br />

DiPinto Ro rt. .. .. .. ....... . 10<br />

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Dish roon, Lyn. ......•..•...•.. ,<br />

Dishman, Lor n . . . . • • .. . . .. •. 1 5<br />

Di hm n Lori . ..•... 1<br />

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Dixon, Ralph ....•.......... ..,<br />

Dixon, un. . . .• .... ... 171<br />

Do, Tang 00 ............••.• · .• ,<br />

Dobb, J nin ~SO<br />

Do tor, Robyn.. . .. .. • . .. .. .. 1 -4<br />

Dod on, ndy<br />

Domltrovi h, Mi .. .• 1 -4<br />

000 y,John... ~ 0<br />

Doran, H In............ .. .• ,. 180<br />

Doran, Mlk .. ..• . , . 0<br />

Doud, Patrl i . .. ... 164, 1<br />

Dow, arolyn. ....••... 102<br />

Down ,Gary............ .......•. 1<br />

Drinkg rn, Jan . .............•..•• 1<br />

Drinkwall r, Jan .. • .. .. .. .. 2<br />

Ducan, Barbi .<br />

Ducki ,Rubb r ·.• •.. . :<br />

Duclos, John ..<br />

Duerson,Dav ....•............. ., .17<br />

Duffield, Judy 160, 220, ~80<br />

Duffy, H len......... . . . . . . . ... . 186<br />

Dugan, Jack.: ...........•...... " . . '161<br />

Duncan, Barbie ..............• , .. 174<br />

Dunkelman, Scott .; .<br />

Dunn, Cindy. . . . . . . . . .. . 154,228<br />

Duran,Dag , .. 1~<br />

Dwyer, Gary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 1 ()<br />

Dykemans, Max 21<br />

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Eadie, Lynne. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1=<br />

Eakin, Tom ., , .1<br />

Ealy, Bob. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ... ~OO 29<br />

Eastwood, Garry .................••... 1 2<br />

Eckert, Bob. . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . .. 2~<br />

Eckstein, Marla .<br />

Edmundson, Yvette , 70,80<br />

Edwards, Jan ..................•.. ,. . .. 1~<br />

Egbert, Nancy .........•...........•.. 1<br />

Egger, Cynthia ~~<br />

Eital, Robin , '160<br />

Elling, Kathy , . . . . . . . . . .. .209<br />

Elliot, Brad , '152<br />

Elliot, Judy.,' . . . . . . . . .. . .. .. . . .. . . 162<br />

Ellison, Mimi ,.......... , 182<br />

Emerick, Joh~ .. , ...•.................. 164<br />

England, Denise '190<br />

Engle, Jerry .........•............... 86, 148<br />

Erick, Gail , 210<br />

Erlich, Victor 33<br />

Ernie, Schroer , .. 30<br />

Escalera, Cecilia<br />

Eskenasy, Casey<br />

Essayan, Julie .....................•....<br />

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Evans, C~thy , : :: ::: :210<br />

Everett, Jim. . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . 86<br />

Everette, Langley .................•..... -86<br />

Eyherabide, Pascal , ....•.... , ..<br />

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Fares, Kathy<br />

Fares, Michele. " "<br />

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"'46' 228<br />

Farr, Mary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .'.162<br />

Farrar, Jerry : 216<br />

Farrell, Marv,~ 47<br />

Farris, Dr. David .<br />

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Fenstermader, Susan .. . 225<br />

Ferguson, Fred. . . .196<br />

Ferguson, Janice. . . .147<br />

Fernandez, Richard 210<br />

Ferry, Henry. . . . . . 184<br />

Fey, Connie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 46<br />

Field, Tony 192<br />

Figueroa, Danuario. . 130<br />

Filson, Joe . . . . . . . 184<br />

Finch, Caralie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .165<br />

Finch, Russell. . . . . . . . .210<br />

Finney, Kathy. . . . .148<br />

Fisher, Pat. . . .... 228<br />

Fitzpatrick, Lindsay. .159<br />

Fleming, Terry.... .200<br />

Flemming, Kathy. . . . . . . . . . . . .222<br />

Flisher, Gary. .. . .. 86,87<br />

Flocker, Meg. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . .152<br />

Floyd, Bill 176<br />

Floyd, Sherry 150<br />

Fogarty, Tom . 95<br />

Fogg, Robert . 216<br />

Foltz, Anne. . .152<br />

Forbes, Cheryl. . . . . . . . .134,150,220,225<br />

Ford, John. . 196<br />

Ford, Kathy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .146<br />

Foreman, Terry. . . . 184<br />

Forsell, Patty. . .154<br />

Forster, Christy .. 156,227<br />

Forster, Marcia .. 223<br />

Foster, Barbara. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 150,229<br />

Foster, Frank . 95<br />

Francis, lloyd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71<br />

Frandrup, Bill. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .200<br />

Franey, Toney . .180<br />

Frank, Robynne . . . . 208<br />

Franks, Mary . 154<br />

Franz, Edward . .133<br />

Frauenberger, Gayle 156,222<br />

Frazier, Marvin .. . 192<br />

Fredricks, Cynthia 146,224<br />

Freeland, Randi 210<br />

French, Robert . .. 192<br />

French, <strong>San</strong>dra. .. . 152<br />

Fretwell, Peter 188<br />

Friend, Judy. . . . . . . . 150,224<br />

Friend, Roger 94<br />

Fulkerson, Thomas 184<br />

Funk, Karen. . . . . . 158<br />

Furrow, Nancy. . . . .. . 222<br />

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Gable, Larry 180<br />

Gaines, Sidney 80<br />

Gale, Donna 162<br />

Gallagher, Michael 192<br />

Gallery, Norb . . . . 143<br />

Galven, Rick ... : . . . . . . . . 180<br />

Ganglicmot, Pat. . . . . . . . . 148<br />

Garcia, Julian. . . . . 210<br />

Garton, Frank. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210<br />

Garvey, Cathy 154, 225<br />

Gatchell, Dee 222<br />

Gates, Lynne 159<br />

Gauss, Tim 184<br />

Gehring, Don. . . . . 176<br />

Gentzler, Max. . . . . . . .. . . . . . .182,221<br />

Gere, Jeff 95<br />

Gerner, Dennis 176<br />

Gerry, Mike 95<br />

Gerson, Mike 168,180, 218, 221<br />

Gerson, Vic 180<br />

Giddings, Bill 194<br />

Gilman, Susan 166, 220, 223<br />

Glavis, Xenophon 216<br />

Gobel, Colleen 213<br />

294<br />

Goble, Maureen 148<br />

Goen, Tama . . . . . . . . 146<br />

Goetschel, Martin 210<br />

Golliher, Sally . 134<br />

Gomez, Sharon. . . . . 202<br />

Good, Beverly. . . 148<br />

Good, Carol. . . . .. . .. . . . .. 152<br />

Good, Don 180<br />

Goodale, John. . . . 200<br />

Goodfriend, Harvey 133<br />

Goodman, Carol 155<br />

Goossens, Jack 96<br />

Gordon, Barbara 157,225<br />

Gordon, Judy. . 223<br />

Gorton, Janie 159<br />

Goswiller, Jim 201<br />

Gottfeld, Ruth. . . . 156<br />

Graciano, Tom 188<br />

Graham, Carol 154<br />

Graham, Meg 154<br />

Granfield, Steve 80,81,186<br />

Grant, Bruce 200<br />

Gray, Gary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ~4· ..<br />

Gray, Jerry 192<br />

Gray, Kirk 95<br />

Graziano, Michael 176<br />

Greblo, Kerry " 196<br />

Greene, Jim. . . . . 137<br />

Greene, Lauren. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154<br />

Greene, Rusty . . . . . . .66<br />

Greenfield, Debbie 155,230<br />

Greenfield, Nancie . . 154<br />

Gregg, Paula. . 146<br />

Griggs, jim .. . . . . . . . . . . . 211<br />

Grimm, Lori . . 151,228<br />

Grimmett, Donald .... 187<br />

Grosso, Andy. . . . .192<br />

Grote, Kenneth. . . 194<br />

Gru bbs, Debbie. . . . . . . . . . . . . .224<br />

Grund, Tom. . . . . . . . 194<br />

Guenther, Charles 182<br />

Guterman, Barry. . . . 198<br />

Guyer, Michael. . . . . 184<br />

Gwen, Dennis .. . . . . .. 80<br />

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Habegger, Gail . 150<br />

Hagan, Jan . . . . . . . . . .. 56, 57<br />

Hagen, Glen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... 102<br />

Hagen, Sharon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .150<br />

Haley, Carol 162<br />

Haley, Jane. . . 148, 202<br />

Hall, Laura . .146<br />

Hall, Mike 187<br />

Hall, Ray 210<br />

Haller, Judy 134,220<br />

Hallmark, Cindy '" 150<br />

Halverstadt, Jess . 188<br />

Halvorson, Nancy 162,224<br />

Hamamy, Robert. . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . .192<br />

Hammer, Carl 210<br />

Handel, John 176<br />

Handler, Steve. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 188<br />

Hank, Betsy .154,224<br />

Hansen, Barb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202<br />

Hansen, Bob ' 190<br />

Hansen, Ron 176<br />

Hanson, Marlene 222<br />

Harbison, Debbie 160,202<br />

Harmon, Pat. . . . . . 160<br />

Harp, Adrienne 222<br />

Harrington, Deborah 150,224<br />

Harris, Ken 66<br />

Harris, Nick . 189<br />

Hart, Jeannie. . . . . . . 148<br />

Hart, Monte 41<br />

Hartley, Cy 211<br />

Hartman, Chick 124<br />

Hartsook, Tom. . . .194<br />

Hartwig, Patti. . . . . . . .146<br />

Hartzell, Melissa 156<br />

Harvey, Gary ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . .95<br />

Hatalsan, Barbara ... 156<br />

Hathcock, Kimberley. . . . . . . . . . . .. .204,228<br />

Hayashi, Glenn .. . . . . . . . . . . . .201<br />

Hayden, Thomas. . . . . . . .. . . . .. 209<br />

Hayes, Cornelia 162<br />

Hayes, Frances 136<br />

Hayes, Tom 86, 87<br />

Haynes, Bruce 132<br />

Haynes, Thomas 209<br />

Heathman, Julie 163,220<br />

Hedden, John 216<br />

Hegwer, Ellen .~ 157,229<br />

Helland, Larry 95<br />

Heller, Bruce 198<br />

Helmer, Michael 211<br />

Helming, Doug 135<br />

Hemingway, George 46<br />

Henderson, Debby. . 148<br />

Henderson, Janet 164<br />

Hennessey, Gregg .41<br />

Henry, Kathy .. . 208<br />

Henson, Steve 190<br />

Hentschel, Kathy 160<br />

Herrera, Michael 192<br />

Hibbs, Tom 196<br />

Higgins, Dennis. . . . . . . .. . 86<br />

Higgins, Linda 134,148<br />

Higgins, Patt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .162,220<br />

Hildebrand, Kathryn .219<br />

Hilgendorf, Jane 164<br />

Hill, Corinne . .148<br />

Hill, Gary .. : 132,178<br />

Hinck, Kathy . .160<br />

Hinds, Linda. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .154<br />

Hodin, William .184<br />

Hoffman, Carol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .162<br />

Hoffman, Phil 180<br />

Holland, Gayle 150<br />

Hollander, Douglas 201<br />

Hollingsworth, Susan 157<br />

Holt, Leslie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .222<br />

Holzman, Wendy .56<br />

Homer, Les 198<br />

Honea, Gary 190<br />

Housman, Joe 216<br />

Hope, Dodi 152<br />

Hopkin, Rusty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .188<br />

Hopkins, Marian 157<br />

Hortman, Sharon 164<br />

Hortwak, Sharon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .229<br />

Howard, Gordon 57<br />

Howe, Kay 159<br />

Howell, Nanci 154<br />

Huddleston, Shirley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .155<br />

Hull, Carolyn 159<br />

Hummel, Nancy 159<br />

Hummel, Pam 157,225<br />

Hu nt, jim 86<br />

Hunt, Nita 128<br />

Hunter, Laurie 222<br />

Hurt, Janet 146<br />

Huson, Shelley 159, 225<br />

Inglehart, Bill 94<br />

Intermill, Mark , 189<br />

lott, Larry ...............•............. 210<br />

Irgang, Dr. Frank 210<br />

Ironhill, Steve 221<br />

Irwin, Doug 201<br />

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Jackman, Laurnie . .. 148,202<br />

Jacobsen, Jeff. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... 176<br />

Jacobsen, John. . . .. 94<br />

Jacobson, Paul. . . . . . 194<br />

Jadenborg, Linda. . .. 81<br />

Jakes, Lynn .154,225<br />

James, Jeane - -. . .. . . 164<br />

James, Lindsey . . . . .. 86, 93<br />

Janecek, Kathy. . . . . .150<br />

Jankowski, Thad 102<br />

Jarrett, Rick .189<br />

Jarrett, Sas . . . . . . . . 224<br />

Jasper, Kevin 201<br />

Jayner, Vallera . . . . . . 129<br />

leglurn, Pat. .. .. . 81<br />

Jenkins, Don.. . 59<br />

Jenkins, Judie. . . . . . 229<br />

[ick, Cathy . 202<br />

jimenez, Ricardo 130<br />

Johnson, Diana. . . 146<br />

Johnson, Hugh .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210<br />

Johnson, Judy ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224<br />

Johnson, Kathleen 148,220<br />

Johnson, Lorayne .. . .. ..162,222<br />

Johnson, Marie . . . . . 202<br />

Johnson, Michele. . . .157, 208, 230<br />

Johnson, Patricia 148,228<br />

Jones, Andy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .154<br />

Jones, Dan 187<br />

Jones, Glenna 150<br />

Jones, Lynn. . . . 222<br />

Jones, Michael 135<br />

Jones, Pamela 154,220<br />

Jones, Scott 102<br />

Jones, Terri 150<br />

Jordan, Steve 86<br />

Jordan, Steve. . . . 190<br />

Judd, Mike. . . . . 180<br />

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Rane,Katy 150<br />

Karman, Steve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .137<br />

Keane, Jeff. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184<br />

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Keltner, Dave. . 224<br />

Kemp, Melanie 150, 133<br />

Kennedy, Clarence '154<br />

Kent, Cyn thl la ··· .134, 157<br />

Kepple, Pat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '146<br />

Kerig, Dale. . . . . . . . . . . . ., '194<br />

Kessler, Ken . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '164<br />

Kidd, Kim?erlee . . . . . . . . . . .<br />

K~ng, Melissa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .<br />

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K~nney, De.bble<br />

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67' ioo 218<br />

K~ntzele, BII~. : . . . . . . . . . .. 1, '.201<br />

Kintzele, PhJl!lp . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 148<br />

Kirchner, Janice. . . . . . . . . . . . 147 224<br />

Kirk, Mimi . . . . . . . . . . . ., 189<br />

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Knight, David. . . , 198<br />

Knight, Nancy , 159<br />

Knight, Robert. . 190<br />

Knudson, John 196<br />

Knutsen, Kris 159,220<br />

Koanigs, Carol. . 219<br />

Kobelski, Jerry. . 198<br />

Kolthoff, Joanne. . . . 146<br />

Kopache, Tom 59<br />

Kretowicz, George 230<br />

Kreuger, Ardon. . 196<br />

Krewsun, Ben , 192<br />

Kreuter, Aron .. . 190<br />

Krulikowski, Deward 210<br />

Kuhns, Charles . , 184<br />

Labbato, Angela 223<br />

Labrucherie, Adrienne .. . 136<br />

LaGrow, Phil. .. . . 187<br />

Landa, Dan. . . . . . . . . . . 184<br />

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Lane, Lindy. . 154,225<br />

Langford, Jeff , 189<br />

Langston, Chris. . . . . . . . . . .. 210<br />

Lanois, Dexter. . . 189<br />

Lansden, Sue .. . 135<br />

Lapides, Ricky. .. . , 193<br />

Larabee, Laurie.. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .157<br />

Large, <strong>San</strong>dra. . . 160<br />

Larsen, Brice 193<br />

Lassen Bill . . . . . . . . . . . .. 102<br />

Laswe{l,Teri 148,202<br />

Lawrence, Bruce. . . 136<br />

Laycock, Suzanne ;~~<br />

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Lebens, Mike 183<br />

Lee Lorna . .. . 159<br />

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Leeper, ory .<br />

Lehmann, Virginia 148<br />

Leninger, Jerry.'. . . . . . . . . . .. . :: ~~~<br />

Lenson, R.obert. .. 160' i02 230<br />

Lentz, [eri . . . . ' .. '.217<br />

Lepor, Glenn. . . 193<br />

levada, J~hn .. , : :168<br />

Levenstem, <strong>Del</strong>la. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 174<br />

Levine, Ira. . . '190<br />

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Lewis, Mark 151<br />

Lewis, Pam<br />

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Lieb, Nancy . .. 157<br />

Liebner,Gmny: · ·· .. ·: 230<br />

Lightner, Dennis. . . . . . . . . 86 97<br />

Limahelu, AI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 184<br />

LiMandri, Marco. . . . . . : :184<br />

Liming, Bruce. . . . . . . . . . .. .152<br />

Limneos, Pamela.. . 219<br />

Lindquist, Julie. . . 208<br />

Lindsey, Roxanne. . '157<br />

Lineberger, Pam 224<br />

Lion, Ima ················:::: :210<br />

Lipska, Gary .. , 187<br />

Lister, Ronald : :219<br />

Little, Cindy. . . . . . .166<br />

Little, Eliza 180<br />

Little, John , . . 198<br />

Lobel, Russ. . . :148<br />

Lohr, Kris . , 159<br />

Lone, Christie 164 zaz. 227<br />

Lord, Teri . , .'.228<br />

Lorenz, sus~n : : : : : :159,228<br />

Lottes, Man . . . . . . . . . . . . 189<br />

Lough, Greg : : :209<br />

Loughlin, Joseph. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 124<br />

Love, Dr. Malcolm .<br />

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Lovick, Carol .152,225<br />

Lowe, Mildr d ,......... .. 219<br />

Lundberg, Karen , . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. .210<br />

Lynch, Mary. . .. . . ... .. ... 164<br />

Lyon, Sue , .. ' .. ..134,155,2 0<br />

Lyons, D bbi ,.... '" .,154, 228<br />

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Machos, Tom , , . , . , , '.' ,., ,1<br />

Maddux, Marc lIa ", , .. , 132, 138<br />

Mador, Donna. , , .. ,. 223<br />

Mattioli, D bby .. " , , ,.. 164<br />

Maginn, Christin , ,., .. , .. , .. , .. ,,"60<br />

Mahon y, John , , .. , .. , , ' 190<br />

Makie, Don , ", 189<br />

Maim, Jeanin " , .. "..... ." 157<br />

Maloney, Barbara , , . , , .166,222<br />

Maltby, Gary " , , ., 180<br />

Manglicmot, Pat , , . , . , , " 222<br />

Mankin, Emily." 213<br />

Manuel, Laurie, .. , , , , , , ., 138<br />

March, Marie , . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. .162<br />

Marchosky, Ruben .. , , 177<br />

Marcovich, Diann , , .. 227<br />

Marcus, Christy , . , .. , , .. 224<br />

Marden, Dean , , . , 174<br />

Marl, Ed , , , 177<br />

Marino, John , , .. 66,189<br />

Marlow, Janice , 216<br />

Marquez, Pilar , 146<br />

Marrs, Candy 164, 227<br />

Marshall, Alan 178<br />

Marshall, Lee , 230<br />

Martin, Nancy ,.146<br />

Martin, Otis 94<br />

Mas, Cheryl , 229<br />

Mason, Dianne ········.··· .220<br />

Massy, Michelle .............•......... 162<br />

Matheny, Dan ..........•............... 94<br />

Matheny, Dave ,94<br />

Mathews, Blake 189<br />

Matson, Dyan 153<br />

Matsuoka, Glen , 185<br />

Mattson, Judy , 135<br />

Mavrinac, Pam 157<br />

Maxsenti, Mike 192<br />

May David 190<br />

Mayer, , Ph'I' I ip , , . 177<br />

Maynard, Cindy ., , .. ,151<br />

Mazurek, Ed ······· .211<br />

Meacham, Jody 134,154,226<br />

Measures Thomas 167<br />

Meek, Ga~y .........•............ 86, 88, 91<br />

Meek, Sharon 225<br />

Melton, Bob 136<br />

Mendenhall, Charles 210<br />

Mendenhall, Terry 86,87,90,92<br />

Menke, Nancy , 151,224<br />

Merz, Gail 134,151<br />

Messenger, Debbie , 148<br />

Messina, Bob 169<br />

Metcalf, Walter ~09<br />

Meyer, Harry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 37<br />

Meyer, Lynn , 134<br />

Meyers, Cheryl<br />

Mezin, Mike<br />

.: 223<br />

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Mezta, Javier 130<br />

Michelotti, Richard 195<br />

Middagh, John 201,211<br />

Milefchik, Patricia 157<br />

Miles, Karen<br />

Millard, Anna<br />

Miller, Alanna<br />

Miller, Bill.<br />

132<br />

222<br />

149 1:<br />

Miller, Frank ....................•..... 1<br />

Miller, Michael 159<br />

Miller, Mike , 177<br />

Miller, Randall 216<br />

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Miller, Rhonda , .. 230<br />

Miller, Robert. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178<br />

Milliman, Kris .216<br />

Mills, Gary 185<br />

Minard, Donna 222<br />

Mineo, Joe. . . . . . 180<br />

Minkel, M'liss . . . . . . . . . . . .. 164<br />

Minton, James , . . . . . .190<br />

Misch, Steve. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .210<br />

Mischler, Luann 228<br />

Mitchell, Anita 219<br />

Mitchell, Dick .170<br />

Mitchell, Larry. . . . . . . . . . . . . .... 86,90<br />

Miyoshi, Cliff. . . . . . . . . . . . .102<br />

Moe, Jean 213<br />

Moldenhauer, Bob 95<br />

Mollin, John 211<br />

Monninger, Cathy . . . . . . . . . . . .159<br />

Montoya, Margaret . . . . . . . . . . . .134<br />

Monzon, Carol .... . .... 132, 133, 137<br />

Moore, Bob . . . . 95<br />

Moore, Debbie. . . .151,228<br />

Moore, Donald. . . . . . . . . . . . .183<br />

Moore, James 200<br />

Moore, Steve 218<br />

Moradian, Joy 151,222<br />

Moraff, Franklin , 183<br />

Morales, Albert. . 210<br />

Morgan, Jackie 70<br />

Morgan, Michele. . . . . . . 161<br />

Morgan, Roselyn. . . . . . . . . 161, 202<br />

Morris, Andre . 86,91,92<br />

Morris, licinda 148<br />

Morris, Richard 190<br />

Morrison, Merideth , 134<br />

Moser, Bene..... . 154<br />

Moss, Jay.. . . 198<br />

Moulton, Jill. . . . 157<br />

Moyer, Connie 163<br />

Moyse, Todd 190<br />

Muir, Steve 184<br />

Muncy, Jerry. . . . . 180<br />

Munnich, Bob. . . . 190<br />

Murdoch, Cynthia . . . . . . . . . . . . .153,220<br />

Murman, Kathy. . . . . . . . . . . . . 159<br />

Myer, Dick.. 86<br />

Myer, Richard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191<br />

Myers, Cathy 161,202<br />

Myers, Cheryl 166<br />

Myers, Jan. . . . . . . . 154<br />

Myrick, Judye 223<br />

Me<br />

MacAdam, Jeanne .. . . . . . . . . .. 159,225<br />

McArthur, Steve 190<br />

McBride, Paul 180<br />

McCarthy, Julie ,227<br />

McCauley, Carol....... . 210<br />

McCausland, Bob. . . . . . . . 180<br />

McChesney, Steve 189<br />

McClung, Bert 176<br />

McCormick, Stephen 210<br />

McCreedy, John 173,184<br />

McCully, Bob 127,133<br />

McCully, Maureen 161<br />

McCumby, Jeanne 134,161<br />

McDaniel, Vernell 86,93<br />

McDonald, Mindy. . . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . .162<br />

McDowell, Donna . 134<br />

McDowell, Josh : 52<br />

McGinnis, Melissa 219<br />

McGinnis, Pam 223<br />

McGlavin, Debbie 146<br />

McGowan, Martha 152<br />

McGrath, Bill 201<br />

Mclwain, Kathy 151<br />

MacKain, Karen. . 151<br />

296<br />

McKay, Anita 136<br />

McKenzie, Bobi. . . . 163<br />

McKinnon, Peggy... . 222<br />

McKinny, linda. . . . .157,202<br />

McLarty, Chris. . . 157<br />

McLean, Marilee. . 159,230<br />

McLean, Robert . 198<br />

McLeod, David. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187<br />

Mcl.eod, Janet. . . .148,165,220<br />

Mcl.ougalin, Michael 201<br />

McMahan, Barbara 157<br />

McMahan, Punkie 163,222<br />

McMahon, Sharon 151<br />

McNulty, <strong>San</strong>dy 148<br />

McWeeney, Tom... . 189<br />

N<br />

Nagy, Debe. . . . . . . 216<br />

Napier, <strong>San</strong>dy......... . 66,92,191<br />

Nastromero, Martha 161.<br />

Nau, Steve 183<br />

Nechamkin, David 201<br />

Nedrow, Margaret. 154<br />

Neeley, Larry 191<br />

Neeley, Mike. . . . 191<br />

Negri, Debi . . . . . . . . . . . . 208<br />

Neiswender, Barbara. . . . . .. 154<br />

Neitzke, Jay . 136<br />

Nelson, Bill 95<br />

Nelson, Kristine 163<br />

Nelson, Laurie 80<br />

Nelson, Richard ' 185<br />

Newak, Debbie 147<br />

Newberry, Jan. . . . . . 154<br />

Nichols, Robin 161<br />

Nicholson, Joy 151,228<br />

Niebergall, Thomas 210<br />

Nielsen, Wayne. . 187<br />

Nissen, Pete 196<br />

Noel, Ruth 219<br />

Norgin, Gary . . . . . . . 172,182<br />

Norton, Sally . 135,152,222<br />

Nottbusch, Kathy . . . 229<br />

Noyestine, Randy 198<br />

Nunez, Felicitas 130<br />

Nurmi, Karen. . . . 153, 208<br />

Nystrom, B.J. . . . . . . . . . . 137<br />

o<br />

O'Brien, Frank 177<br />

O'Donovan, Eugene 178<br />

Offerman, Mike 180<br />

Ohman, Carol 146<br />

Olander, Bruce 185<br />

Oliveira, Gaspar 130<br />

Oliver, Steve 189<br />

Olsen, Carolyn 151<br />

Olson, John 230<br />

Olson, Karen 154<br />

Olson, Peter 187<br />

Omo, Nancy 229<br />

O'Neil, Dan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187<br />

O'Neill, Kary . 163, 222<br />

Oshiro, Kathy 138<br />

Ostertag, Shirley 148<br />

Osuna, Horacio 130<br />

Oswald, Julie 224<br />

Oswald, Rick 193<br />

Owens, Marv 86<br />

Oxidine, Bill 185<br />

Ozanne, Laura 146<br />

p<br />

Pabst, Tom. , 193<br />

Page, Leslie 152<br />

Palacios, Jorge 97,210<br />

Palmer, Pat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224<br />

Parkhurst, Michael 186<br />

Parks, Cindy. . . . .149,172,222<br />

Parrish, Anne. . . . . . . . . . 159<br />

Partyke, Paul . 185<br />

Paschal, David. . . . . . . . . . . .. . 129<br />

Pasto, John. . . . . . . . .147,186<br />

Patrick, Jeff. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210<br />

Patterson, Brooks 95<br />

Pattison, Brian 211<br />

Pauu, Jack 86,191<br />

Pavelko, Galen 86,89<br />

Paxton, Debbie. . . 154<br />

Payne, Caesar. . . . . 86, 89, 92<br />

Pearce, Alan. . . . . . . . .. . 201<br />

Pearce, Kelly . 146<br />

Pearce, linda 148<br />

Pearce, Peggy. . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. 163,222<br />

Pedersen, <strong>San</strong>dy. . . . . . . . . . . . . 154<br />

Pedersen, Suzie 154,227<br />

Pelkey, Martha 155<br />

Pelton, Terry . . . . . . . . . . .178<br />

Perkin, Adele. . . . . . . . . . . . . .135<br />

Perkins, John. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .196<br />

Perrou, Barbara 165,220,227,230<br />

Persson, Andine . 161<br />

Peskin, Randy 201<br />

Peters, Claud ia 225<br />

Peterson, Chuck 185<br />

Peterson, Laurie 163,225<br />

Pettijohn, Lynn 163<br />

Phillips, Jim 135<br />

Phillips, Suzann 155<br />

Pickens, Bruce 102<br />

Pieper, Pam 152<br />

Pieratt, Mike 177<br />

Pierce, John. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .195<br />

Pierce, Joy 225<br />

Pilar, Marquez 134<br />

Pipikin, Jack 94<br />

Piskorski, linda . . . . . . . . . . . . .137<br />

Pitts, Christie . . . . . . . . . . .146<br />

Pitts, linda . . . 146<br />

Pitzer, linda. . . . 216<br />

Plemmons, Bill. . . . . . . . 180<br />

Pollard, Hal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 201<br />

Ponsford, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 209<br />

Poole, Barbara. . . . . . . . . . . .146, 224<br />

Poole, <strong>San</strong>dra. . . . . 155<br />

Portman, James 185<br />

Powell, Lee 193<br />

Power, Dave 94<br />

Powers, Buz . . . . . . 189<br />

Poznanter, Jon 95<br />

Prasser, Steve 95<br />

Pratt, Susan 222<br />

Preston, Gordon 195<br />

Preston, Ron 196<br />

Price, <strong>San</strong>dy 163<br />

Price, Susan 161<br />

Price, Virginia 146<br />

Price, Vivian 161<br />

Priestley, Sue 210<br />

Prill, Cindy 163<br />

Pringle, Keith 95<br />

Pryor, Alan 179<br />

Pulley, Andrew 52<br />

Pursglove, Maureen. . . . . . . . . 146<br />

Purvis, Janet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148,220<br />

Q<br />

Quin, Jim 210<br />

Quintero, Octavia no 130<br />

R<br />

Ralyea, Dennis. . . . . . 187<br />

Randall, Janet. 159<br />

Randle, Mike. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 45<br />

Rapp, Corinne : 166<br />

Rasmussen, Jeff. . 86,190<br />

Rea, Cindy. . . 161<br />

Rea, Donnie 86<br />

Recht, Mike. . . . . .. . 183<br />

Redd, Marsha . 152<br />

Redlinger, Joanne. . . 163<br />

Reed, James 193<br />

Reed, Mike 86<br />

Reeff, Lynn 176, 221<br />

Reeves, Rory . 191<br />

Regen, Dana . 155<br />

Reh, Nancy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155<br />

Reiner, Roz . .. 80<br />

Reinhart, Jacque 155<br />

Reinheimer, Janie 202<br />

Reith, Barbie 208<br />

Rena, Mike. . . 180<br />

Reyes, Jinks . 191<br />

Reynolds, Fritz. . . 185<br />

Riba, Robert. . . . . . . 210<br />

Ricanor, Jennifer 148,222<br />

Rica, Cathy 163<br />

Rice, Donna 147<br />

Rice, Gregory 179<br />

Rice, Nancy 157<br />

Rice, Patty 147<br />

Rice, Terri. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157<br />

Richards, Roger 191<br />

Richardson, Bob. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177<br />

Richissin, linda 225<br />

Ridout, Susan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148<br />

Riedel, James - 191<br />

Riehl, Barbara 151<br />

Rigopoulos, Dory 219<br />

Riha, Kenneth. . . . . . 179<br />

Risley, John 177<br />

Roach, Byron 201<br />

Roberts, Barbara 225<br />

Roberts, Connie 219<br />

Robertson, Jon 86<br />

Robichard, Sally .152<br />

Robinson, Don 218<br />

Robinson, Greg 191<br />

Robinson, Jack. . . . 199<br />

Robinson, Jeff .. . 189<br />

Robson, Nancy . .222<br />

Rocker, Frank 191<br />

Rodriguez, Andy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. 86<br />

Rogers, Joseph. . . . . . 209<br />

Rogers, Peggy ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 147<br />

Roller, Laurie. . . . . . . 147<br />

Rollins, Larry . 193<br />

Rollins, Ralph 189<br />

Romley, Maura 166,222<br />

Rook, Alan 179<br />

Roplinger, Peter. . . 211<br />

Rose, Ed 135,196<br />

Rosen, Bob. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177<br />

Rosie, George 210<br />

Ross, Barry 230<br />

RossolI, Kathy . 225<br />

Rossell, Kim. . . . . 164<br />

Roth, Jim. . . . . 200, 221,230<br />

Rottschafer, Dorothy 159<br />

Rubenstein, Barbee .163<br />

Ruffner, Diane 165,225<br />

Ruggerone, Kenneth. . . . . . . . .185<br />

Rusk, Fred. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189<br />

Russel, Phil. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94<br />

Ruth, Gregory 201<br />

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Saenz, Carlos 211<br />

Sager, Eric 193<br />

Saldin, Thomas 201<br />

<strong>San</strong>bonmatsu, Bruce 195<br />

<strong>San</strong>chez, Rudy 133<br />

<strong>San</strong>de, Russ , 187<br />

<strong>San</strong>ders, Gerald 189<br />

<strong>San</strong>ders, Marcia 153<br />

<strong>San</strong>ders, Mark 209<br />

<strong>San</strong>ford, Rich 201<br />

<strong>San</strong>ne, Kari 147<br />

Saras, Michael 195<br />

Sarno, Tina 56<br />

Saterdahl, Kathy , 165<br />

Sauer brier, George 137<br />

Saunders, Richard 185<br />

Saviano, Carol. . . . . . 157<br />

Scaggs, Boz . . . . 72<br />

Schall, Kim 155<br />

Scherer, Joanne. . 132,138<br />

Schick, Bette 149<br />

Schiler, Mary 153<br />

Schindler, Debbie , 155,225<br />

Schlageter, Darrell 195<br />

Schmad, Pamela 147<br />

Schmid, Ron 179<br />

Schmidt, Kristi . .. . 163<br />

Schmitz, Jim , 180<br />

Schneider, Brenda 157<br />

Schnur, Suzy , 223<br />

Schoebinger, Susan . 213<br />

Scholz, Cindy. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .202<br />

Scholfield, Susan. . . . 163<br />

Scholz, Cindy. . 157<br />

Schriefer, Gail 165<br />

Schrock, Gary 201<br />

Schroer, Ernie 196<br />

Schubert, Charles 210<br />

Schuldies, Robert. . 191'<br />

Schuler, Bonni . . . . 149,222<br />

Schull, Susie. . . . . .. . . . . . .224<br />

Schum, Susie. . . . . . 134<br />

Schumaker, Joyce.. .57<br />

Schumann, Lucy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155<br />

Schwabe, Cathy.. . 134, 155<br />

Schwier, <strong>San</strong>di. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. 151<br />

Scott, Randy 86<br />

Scott, Steven 210<br />

Seaburg, Debbie 147<br />

Sebach, Michael. . 193<br />

SeCoy, Debbie 155<br />

Sedlacek, Kathy. . . 148<br />

Seim, Debbie 223<br />

Seim, Steve , 95<br />

Selden Robert ·· .. ····· .. ····· 196<br />

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Sharkey, Dr. ~erald ',65<br />

Sharkey, Patti. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224<br />

Shaw, Nancy 177<br />

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Shewmaker, Terri. . . ' . '157 220 229<br />

Shideler, Jan ' . . . , r 160<br />

Shinn, Jack '133<br />

Shoemaker, Larry , ',63<br />

Shreading, Kim. . . ',63<br />

Shull, Suzie. . :187<br />

Silveuis, Barry , . . . . . . , 195<br />

Silvester, Bill ' . . . . . . . . .. :201<br />

Simecka, Ron. . . . . . . .<br />

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Skrobiza, April ......•.<br />

Slatan, Marilyn. . . . .. . .......•....<br />

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Smal s, Diann 157,220.2<br />

Smith, B tty 14,222<br />

Smith, D bbi 147<br />

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Smith, Elliott. . . . . . . . . .. .. . ,<br />

Smith, Georg n 151,2<br />

Smith, James. . . . . . . . • . . . . . . .. .. 19<br />

Smith, Kris . 1<br />

Smith, Larry .....•..... 17<br />

Smith, Stewart . . . . . . . . . . . . . • • . . . . , 5<br />

Snodgrass, Chuck. .. .. .. ... ...... .. 17<br />

Sokol, Diane. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . 223<br />

Solomon, David. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199<br />

Sonks, Beths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . 28<br />

Southard, Garry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19<br />

Southern, Julie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149<br />

Sovey, Mike. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19<br />

Spencer, <strong>San</strong>dy , ..•.. , .157,229<br />

Spilger, Mike.. . . .. . .. . . .. .. . .. . .. ... 186<br />

Spivey, William ......••............. . 185<br />

Sproat, Perry .213<br />

Sproat, Virginia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 213<br />

Stackhouse, Wendy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • 165<br />

Stahl, Sue 202<br />

Stahr, Dallas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86,90<br />

Stahr, Eileen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. 225<br />

Stall, Mary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .161<br />

Stamp, Diane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .166, 220<br />

Stassis, Milly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 149<br />

Statman, Jan 176, 218, 221<br />

Steele, Cathy . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. 147<br />

Stein, Cary , , .. 199<br />

Steiner, Rick. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . ., 185<br />

Steinert, Marla. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 153<br />

Stephan, Peter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 191<br />

Sternfield. Hedy ...............•...... 227<br />

Sterrs, Bruce. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 1~<br />

Stevens, David. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. 7<br />

Stevens, Gary. . ...............•.•... '~~<br />

Stewardson, Linda. . . .. . . .. . . . .... ~77<br />

Stewart, Doug . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . ..• .<br />

Steward, Eddie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. '1~<br />

Stewart, Sally . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .<br />

Stichman, Kathy .., ,~.:<br />

Stickel, Tom 188, 22., 222<br />

Sticklen, Connie ,. 149.<br />

Stock, Gail , .. ~~~<br />

Stocks, Ron 195, 3<br />

Stockwell, Paula . ~~4<br />

Stoddard, Amy , 163, 220,<br />

Stoefen, Gary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ... 1~<br />

Stolier, Cindy 165,220,2<br />

Stone, Shelly 163<br />

Stonum, Kathleen , .. .., '~<br />

Storey, Bonny 161, ~<br />

Straley, Mike ~<br />

Stransky, Mark .. , , ., , ~'0<br />

Stratton, Dr. Frank 135,<br />

Streeter, Kathi ...........•... , 1~~<br />

Strover, Robby , .. , .. , '165' i02<br />

Stryker, ~erry .................•............ .' 187<br />

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Sulhoff, Wendy 225<br />

Sullivan, John 180<br />

Sullivan, Marianne 2~~<br />

Sullivan, Mary 224<br />

Sumner, Carol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149<br />

Sumner, Kathy. . 149,230<br />

Sutherla nd, Cassie 223<br />

Sutliff, Sydney 147<br />

Sutton, Bill 195<br />

Sword, Gene. . . . . . .147,186,230<br />

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Taylor, Doug .. . . . . . . . . . .195<br />

Taylor, Mary 163<br />

Taylor, Steve. . . . . . . . . . . . 189<br />

Teece, Ron. . . . . . . 196<br />

Terao, Michael 185<br />

Terrill, Betty. . . . . .161<br />

Terry, Rob..... .. 194<br />

Thesken, Rita. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 216<br />

Thomas, Becky. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .228<br />

Thomas, Carol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 153<br />

Thomas, Helen. . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. . . .153<br />

Thompson, Edwin.. . . . . . . . . . . . . .210<br />

Thompson, Robert. . . . . . .. . .. .. . . .216<br />

Thornton, Alice. . 70<br />

Thornton, Greg 177<br />

Thorpe, Rick . 204<br />

Thrash, Ron 86<br />

Tidwell, Robin. . . . . . . .. . .. . . . 151<br />

Tichy, Charlene. . . . . . .. . . . . . 132<br />

Ting, Darwin '" 201<br />

Tipton, John. . . . 184, 221, 230<br />

Todd, Thomas 177<br />

Tollerton, Jim 96<br />

Tonkel, Jeffrey 230<br />

Topper, Heidi ;61<br />

Tosello, John .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41<br />

Towner, Frank. . 193<br />

Trail, Sheri '" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .224<br />

Treppa, Tricia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... 165<br />

True, Janice .210<br />

Tudal, Marilyn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159,224<br />

Tufts, <strong>San</strong>dra . 165<br />

Tuller, Barbara. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149<br />

Turner, Chris. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 163<br />

Turner, Joan. . .. 163, 224<br />

Turner, Teri 159<br />

Tyler, laura. . . 157<br />

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Valkirs, Aldis .... .185<br />

Vanderbilt, Frank 201<br />

Vandercook, Ron. . . . . . . . . . . . . 177<br />

Vanderwal, William 201<br />

Van Gorkum, leon. . 86,91,191<br />

Van Liere, Melissa. . . . . . . . . . . .... 149<br />

Van Voorhis, Gayle. . .165,227<br />

Vecciho, Joe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .196<br />

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Vinge, Ralph .135<br />

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Volmer, Chris 80<br />

Voss, Ronald . 193<br />

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Wade, Brooks 210<br />

Wade, Ellyn 159,169,229<br />

Wade, Teddy 165<br />

Wahl, Dennis 210<br />

Walcher, Gail 81<br />

Walker, Dana 199<br />

Walker, Vicki 159<br />

Walla, Dan.. . .. . . . . . . . 194<br />

Wallace, Linda 71<br />

Walter, Shirley. . . . . 147<br />

Walters, linda 147<br />

Walters, Thomas 218,220,221,230<br />

Waltona, Manion. . . 155<br />

Ward, Bruce. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86, 93<br />

Ward, Debbie 80,151<br />

Ward, Janis 151<br />

Ward, Patricia 159<br />

Warner, Marcia 157<br />

Warren, Keith 191<br />

Warren, Tom 182<br />

Waterman, Jan 147,222<br />

Waters, Holly .- 159<br />

Watkins, John 193<br />

Watkins, Price 133<br />

Watson, Karen 222<br />

Watters, Linda 228<br />

Watts, Caroline 149<br />

Watts, larry 80,191<br />

Wax, Charles 198<br />

Weatherwax, Nancy 208<br />

Weaver, John 95<br />

Weber, Dewey 80<br />

Weber, Kern " 190<br />

Weiser, jill 155<br />

Welch, Pete 193<br />

Welker, Patti 155, 228<br />

Wells, Diane 151<br />

West, Michele 151,224<br />

West, Robert 86<br />

West, Susan 219<br />

Westin, Bill 196<br />

Wheeler, Tom '" 94<br />

Wheelock, Linda 153<br />

Wil?en, Scott 196<br />

Whipple, Cindy 159,224<br />

Whipple, laurie 165<br />

Whiting, Wayne 137<br />

Wh~t1ey, Sharon 165, 208<br />

Whitney, Mark 193<br />

W~er, Ellen : : : : : :133<br />

W~erenga, Judy 149<br />

W~lbur, Caroline 81, 134, 149<br />

W~lburn, Darrell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 135<br />

W~I~,Charlyn 147: 229<br />

WIlliams, Forrest. . . . . . . . . . . . 191<br />

Williams, Kathy . . . . . . . . . . .. . ..... '1'5'7'.229<br />

Williams, Ken. . . . . . . . . ,<br />

Winlams, luc 189<br />

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W~II~ams,lyndia 70<br />

Willis, Donald. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ;85<br />

Willoughby, Susan 219<br />

Wilson, Brent. . . . . . . . . . . . . 94<br />

W~lson, David ' ~;95<br />

W~lson, Marcie. . 149, 202<br />

W~lson, R~bb 132,142<br />

W~lson, WIll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 180<br />

Wmnen, Jill '151<br />

Wolcott, Stephen : : :187<br />

Wolter, Margaret 151<br />

Wolter, Michael 201<br />

Wordell, Cathy . . . . . . . . . . .161,216<br />

Worden, Eric. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201<br />

Woodbury, lou. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173<br />

Woods, Diane.. " .81<br />

Woods, Denise 81<br />

Wooten, lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210<br />

Wootsey, Mari ". : " 225<br />

Wright, Carol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .219<br />

Wright, Mary 155-'-225<br />

Wynkoop, lynn -.. :224<br />

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Yokoi, Hiromitso. _ _ 211<br />

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Young, David 128,200, 218,23C<br />

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