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  • 1981 1981 1981

    1981 1981 1981

  • PASS-IN-REVIEW sff^f^isiraj WENTWORTH

    MILITARY

    ACADEMY

    LEXINGTON MISSOURI 64067

    VOLUME 9

    Editor: Raul Zambrano

    Staff: Rafael Aguilera, Humberto Briceno, Fernando Carranza, Harry Cotua, Ernest Cova, Bruce Gernt, Joe Jackson.

    Photography: Dave Chamberlin, Robert Soady, John Stahlnecker,

    I Nick Toloudis.

  • At the end of the year we tend to look back on the "good ole days," often remembering those challenging cleaning tasks or studying for those difficult tests. Some remember just being individually unique and crazy while others remember their friends. Bending the rules brings overall good memories, like having animals in the barracks or dumping snow on certain persons as they sleep.

    All I need now is a red suit. Little Big Man.

    We're related to the guy on page 16. Are we going to be in the yearbook?

    My personal bed warmer.

    Scrub, Scrub, Scrub.

  • Man, these kids never quit. Sometimes we just have to get out of hand.

  • The ultimate reminder of Wentworth would be the wax-ing of the floors, shining of shoes, marching and maybe the pretty girls occasionally seen on campus. '

    Working company prob-lems out, conforming to rules and minor difficulties became a way of life at Wentworth. Learning to take on respon-sibilities, understanding peo-ple's problems and helping their needs ultimately make a cadet what he is. Certainly everyone at Wentworth matures.

    It's nice to have girls around some times. Sure wish man's best friend didn't stink so much.

  • And after that you can do the parking lot.

    Another typical Sunday meal.

  • The cadet officers in-fluence the direction of any year's corps. This year has seen changes in every company as well as many positions on battalion staff.

    Which is the best company on campus? Which officers live up to their oath of office and are the ones most respected by the Rats? These are questions everyone should consider.

    Sandford Sellers Hall Foxtrot on Dads Day.

  • First Row: Sellers, Angove, Cova; Second Row: Toloudis, Zambrano, Amis, Postulka, Scott, Richart, Frankenfieid, Honkus; Third Row: Johnson, Remacha, Andler, Smith, Gann, Al-Salloom, Fernandez, Purdy, Evans, Diaz; Fourth Row: Simmons, Binsbachar, Ammirata, Sloat, Allen, Becker, Jackson, Olson; Fifth Row; Miller, Walker, Ruiz, Butterfield, Ash, Ellerbeck, Rivera, Beck, Ceroli

  • At Wentworth there are many kinds of facilities for the cadets, including one of the best field houses around. It has an indoor track, basketball courts, wrestling and weight rooms, a racketball court and a swim-ming pool. There is also a room where karate and firing activi-ties take place. Because the field house is so big, sometimes the baseball coach holds ba-seball practice there.

    Outside there are ten tennis courts, a football stadium, soccer and drill field, practice field and track.

    Because of these facilities many cadets have been able to become physically fit as well as enjoy competition at varsity level.

    The world's most graceful belly wnop.

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    Heyl Come back, the goal Is this way.

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    Homecoming pep rally and bonfire

  • Al-Salloom gets ready to hit the sack

  • The Military Department staff teaches the cadets many things that someday could be of great benefit. The military teaches first aid, map reading, survival, and rappelling. These things are helpful even to cadets who don't plan to go into the service. They will be able to save someone's life, or to get out of the woods if they are lost, build a fire and get the wood for it.

    Cadets also learn how to give speeches and teach lessons.

    No! I'm not going to carry your field gear :w«Ha

  • The administration building, the student union, and the sv. : iOol.

    1980 marked the Second Century Development Plan, a $4 million capital fund drive to rebuild the burned out area of the campus. Included in the plans are a new barracks, a band room, a nine point rifle range with arms and supply rooms, and military and admin-istrative offices to be located within the shell.

    1980 was the year that Wentworth Military Academy was listed on the National Register of Historic Sites, a nice 100th birthday present.

    WMA is proud of its past and looking forward to the future.

    The square in Lexington with the Courthouse In the foreground and the city hall in the background.

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    WMA campus with new buildings. Using the library to Its fullest.

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  • John Fuller on the road march. I'm so cool my toes are frozen.

  • Faculty Col. J. M. Sellers Sr. Col. J. M. Sellers Jr. Lt. Col. John Ldwards

    President Superintendent Operations Officer

    Col. Sellers Jr. Lt. Col. Robert Martin Maj. Walker Thompson Maj. Paul Butherus Dean of Admissions Financial Aid Officer Athletic Director

    Lt. Col. Terence Davis Academic Dean

    Col. James Altendorf Associate Dean

    Lt. Col. E. R. Gant Commandant

    Maj. Tom Butler Assistant Commandant

    Maj. Ed Kemper Assistant Commandant

    Mrs. Margaret Lomax Office Manager

    Mrs. Jan Grigsby Secretary

    Maj. Jerry Osborn Bookkeeping

    Mrs. Norma Maring Alumni Director

    Mrs. Gerda Shockley Hostess

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  • Col. Edwards

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  • Language Arts Social Studies

    Capt. Randy Mock Lt. Col. Robert Hepler

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  • 4 J J ^^ \i Mrs. Judy Rugh Mrs. Betsy Sellers Mrs. Sandy Slusher Capt. Ken Napier

    Maj. Steve Sellers Capt, Harlan Stretz Mrs. Simone Burns Mrs. Kathy Madden

    Capt. Roger Kendall Band Director

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  • Business

    Capt. Paul Travis Mrs. June Short

    Mrs. Anne Allard

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  • Math and Science

    Maj. Keith Maring Capt. Dave Berbert Capt. Jim Reilly Mrs. Lisa Schriefer

    Miss Jeanette Rockey

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  • Junior High mm

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  • Maintenance Quartermaster

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    Mrs. Jane Menke

    Mrs. Sherry Saunders

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  • 2LT Jay Allen Walker. Mo.

    Antonio Fernandez Lowell, Ind.

    Junior College

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    LTC Matthew Angove Tulsa, Okla.

    CPT Nicolas Diaz Los Angeles, Calif.

    ILT James Frankenfleld Chesterfleld, Mo.

    CPT Larry Gann Eagle Rock, Mo.

    CPT Jason Evans Omaha, Neb.

    Nicolas Gomez Humacao, Puerto Rico

    ILT Mark Honkus Aliquippa, Pa.

    ILT Michael Jefferson Indianapolis, Ind.

    CPT Blair Johnson West Hartford, Conn.

    ILT Bill Kohls Casper, Wyo.

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  • I'm glad that I don't have to mow the yard while I'm here. Remacha, you can't get dressed by yourself.

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  • SGT Guillermo Agurcia PVT Fernando Agurcia SSG Daniel Alabre Tegucigalpa, Honduras Tegucigalpa, Honduras Enfield, Conn.

    CPL Joel Alexander ILT Adbulaziz Al-Salloom 2LT Scott Amis Omaha, Neb. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Oklahoma City, Okla.

    SFC Luis Bollat Guatemala City,

    Guatemala 30

    PVT Humberto Briccno MSG Patrick Bridger Caracas, Venezuela Jonesboro, Ark.

    SGT Lawrence Brown PVT Daniel Cebrian CPL David Chamberlain Memphis, Tenn. Monterrey, Mexico Chester, Va.

  • CSM Ernesto Cova Caracas, Venezuela

    SSG Bruce Gernt Orlando, Fla,

    SGT Benjamin Cruz Bronx, NY.

    SGT Michael DIugopolski Lansing, Kan.

    CPL Marcus Downey Memphis, Tenn.

    SGT Stuart Driesbach Frankfort, Ohio

    SSG Fernando Fernandez

    Phoenix, Ariz.

    SGT Peter Graves St. Paul, Miss.

    SSG Chris Harris Kansas City, Kan.

    CPL Tony Hoang San Diego, Calif.

    PFC Troy Hodges Oakland, Calif.

    SGT William Johnson Rohnert Park, Calif.

    PVT Paul Lansing Palmyra, Neb.

    PVT Enrique Lara San Salvador, El Salvador

    Oh, but, whatever. I am sharp.

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  • SSG Daniel McDermott 2LT Richard Martin sSG Keith Mayberry Bennett, Colo. Raytown, Mo. Colorado Springs, Colo.

    SFC Corey Miller Storden, Minn.

    SGT Valentino Murphy Tulsa, Okla.

    PVT Rickie Phillips Lexington, Mo.

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    CPL Ivan Minnis Newark, N.J.

    CPL Bill O'Connor Murray, Iowa

    1ST John Plumley Garland, Texas

    2LT Steve Moore Muskogee, Okla.

    SGT Jack Parsons Chula Vista, Calif.

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    CPL Randal Powers Lexington, Mo. Where it the cade! that was tooking out of the window Just a second ago?

    SGT Barrye Price Gary, Ind.

    2LT Kenneth Purdy Cairo, Egypt

    CPT Juan Remacha Caracas, Venezuela

    CPL Steve Richardson Indianapolis, Ind.

    ILT Edward Scott East Northport, N.Y.

    PVT Fidel Segovia Monterrey, Mexico

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  • SFC Larry Simmons Chicago, II.

    CPL David Smith Kansas City, Mo.

    PVT Kenny Spratley Los Angeles, Calif.

    PVT Brian Sullivan Melville, N.Y.

    SGT David Szczepanski Dudley, Mass.

    ILT Nick Toloudis Kingwood, Texas

    SGT Roderick Wallace SGT Clarence Wayne Indianapolis, Ind. Temple Hills, Md.

    CPL Robert Welch SMG Robert Willmore PVT Royce Winters Larkspur, Colo. Springfleld, II. Phoenix, Ariz.

    CPT Raul Zambrano PVT David Zumalt Caracas, Venezuela Lexington, Mo.

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  • Seniors SFC Rafael Aguilera Maracay, Venezuela

    PVT Hesham Al-Ghamdi Damtnam, Saudi Arabia

    2LT Francisco Ammirata Caracas, Venezuela

    ILT Gregory Andler Topeka, Kan.

    SOT Michael Baier Ft. Madison, Iowa

    ISG Martin Beck Joplin, Mo.

    SSG Fernando Carranza San Jose, Costa Rica

    que dice? 2LT Michael Ceroli McDonald, Ohio

    SGT Edison Chaves Quito, Ecuador

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  • PVT Shawn Cochran Hopkins, Mo.

    MSG Harry Cotua Porlamar, Venezuela

    SFC Kevin Drake Brookfield, Mo.

    SGT James Dunaway Carl Junction, Mo.

    You loser, I had It. CPL Michael Fagan

    Colorado Springs, Colo. CPL Michael Feitl

    Leawood, Kan.

    SSG John Francis Burlington, Iowa

    PVT Rodney Galloway Bates City, Mo.

    SSG Bruce Galpin Satellite Beach, Fl.

    PVT Jose Garcia Hato Rey, Puerto Rico

    SGT Manuel Garcia Caracas, Venezuela

    SSG Anthony Hockett Stilwell, Kan.

    SSG Thomas Hammon Oklahoma City, Okla.

    PVT Miller Davidge Denton, Texas

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  • CPL Jose Hormazabal Juncos, Puerto Rico

    SSG Jose Ibarra Los Mochis, Mexico

    2LT Joseph Jackson Columbus, Kan.

    PVT Daniel McLaughlin Littleton, Colo.

    PVT Jeffrey Moore Renton, Wash.

    ISG Paul Moranville Lee's Summit, Mo.

    CPL Neal Nahmias Tulsa, Okla.

    SGT Michael Noonan Bernard, Iowa

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    SGT Todd Perkins SFC Carlos Remacha Duncan, Okla. Caracas, Venezuela

    The dessert looks good, don't you think so?

  • 2LT Scott Richart Kansas City, Mo.

    PVT Michael Roberts Kansas City, Mo.

    ISG Cesar Ruiz Caracas, Venezuela

    PVT Bryan Slater Overland Park, Kan.

    Seniors

    CPL Craig Twells Bellevue, Neb.

    SGT Brian Wills Lee's Summit, Mo.

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  • SGT Davey Acosta Kansas City, Mo.

    PVT Charles Barton CPL Carlos Becerrit Margaria, Venezuela

    PVT Daniel Bosworth Pauls Valley, Okla.

    Juniors

    ISO Conly Ash Tulsa, Okla,

    CPL Charles Burger Lenexa, Kan.

    PVT Taylor Butler Edmond, Okla.

    PVT Joseph Boyd Kansas City, Mo.

    1ST Ryan Butterfield Linneus, Mo.

    We are cool I We are all Latin AmerlcansI

    CPL Ricardo Calvete Torreon, Mexico

    PVT Gustavo Caraveo Chihuahua, Mexico

    PVT Jose Caraveo Chihuahua, Mexico

    SGT Rafael Canas Bogota, Colombia

    CPL Willian Clark Dubuque, Iowa

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    CPL Sergio DcPaz Miami Beach, Fla.

    PVT Enrique Gamboa Durango, Mexico

    SFC Jack Dillon Tulsa, Okla.

    PVT Martin Estrada Los Mochis, Mexico

    PVT Rodolfo Faasch San Pedro Sula, Honduras

    PVT Alexis Fajardo Caracas, Venezuela

    SFC Kevin Gaudineer Des Moines, Iowa

    PVT Juan Gonzalez San Jose, Costa Rica

    SGT John Gault Ada. Okla.

    PVT Michael Hadel Shawnee, Kan.

    Come on. Let's chase them awayl Ah come on, the steaks arerv't that small.

    SGT Fernan Hernandez Caracas, Venezuela

    SGT Curtis Hicks Tulsa, Okla.

    MSG Anthony Jarvis Urbandale, Iowa

    SSG Mitchell Johnson Omaha, Neb.

    PFC Richard Juneau Lexington, Mo.

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  • Juniors

    PVT Kyle Leonard Bartlesville, Okla.

    SGT David LeSar Morton, 111.

    SGT Fernando Lopez Torrcon, Mexico

    PVT Kevin McCarley Sulphur, Okla.

    SGT Bill McKinney Englewood, Colo.

    Hey, Gault, you think I'm too old to come to school here? Has Wentworth gone coed?

    PVT Jose Magallanes Los Mochis, Mexico

    SGT Abe Nelson Overland Park, Kan.

    PVt Pedro Morales Mexico D.F, Mexico

    PVT Pablo Moreno Monterrey, Mexico

    CPL Kenneth Morton Dharan, Saudi Arabia

    PVT Patrick O'Connor Dyersville, Iowa

    PVT Jose Osuna Caracas, Venezuela

    PVT Francisco Palacio Caracas, Venezuela

    CPL Vernon Mudd Tulsa, Okla.

    PVT Mark Palmateer Cook Station, Mo.

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  • PVT Rafael Pietrantoni Caracas, Venezuela

    PVT Charles Pinckley Springfield, Mo.

    PVT Chauncey Porter Evergreen, Colo.

    SGT John Raetz North Platte, Neb.

    PVT William Powers Bellevue, Neb.

    SSG Troy Rainbolt Cordell, Okla.

    CPL Scott Roberts R(x;kledgc. Fla.

    PVT Patrick Robinson Sioux City. Iowa

    SGT Carmine Romano Caracas, Venezuela

    SGT Domenico Romano Caracas, Venezuela

    SGT Julio Ruiz Caracas, Venzuela

    PVT Roberto Sada Torreon, Mexico

    PVT Carlos Santibanez Torreon, Mexico

    PVT Blake Scroggins Piano, Texas

    PVT Frank Sinkuler Chicago, III.

    SFC John Stahlnecker Omaha, Neb.

    PVT Sergio Solis Mexico D.F., Mexico

    PVT Marc Thompson Blue Springs, Mo.

    PVT Todd Stiehl Winner,'South Dakota

    PVT Robert Thomas Oklahoma City, Okla.

    PVT Celso Trevino Monterrey, Mexico

    PVT Froilan Velazquez Caracas, Venezuela

    SGT Hans Weding Omaha, Neb.

    SFC Eugene Witt Fairbanks, Alaska

    PVT Mark Ziller Overland Park, Kan.

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  • Sophomores

    C, S. Amis Okla. City, Okla.

    M. Camarra Miranda, Venezuela

    M. A. Dean Pryor, Okla.

    X.C. Antoine J. C. Birkett APO New York Raytown, Mo.

    F. D. Bittrich Lexington, Mo,

    C. C. Boyd R. A. Brutvan M. C. Buchanan L. H. Buonocore Kansas City, Mo. Omaha, Neb. Liberty, Mo. Caracas, Venezuela

    H. E. Cantwell Gassville, Ark.

    M. W. Dakhiel Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

    D. T. Darling Lincoln, Neb.

    V. DiCarlo Kansas City, Mo.

    W. S. Duncan Flandreau, S. D.

    J. L. Dunn Wichita Falls, Texas

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  • Sophomores

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    Lakewood, Colo. S. F. Fittro

    Kansas City, Kans. J. G. Franco

    Durango, Mexico

    H. F. Gray Little Rock, Ark.

    G. C. Green Tulsa, Okla.

    H. L. Howell Hamilton, MO.

    J. D. Fuller Tequesta, Fla.

    B. S. Hyde Lincoln, Neb.

    D. C, Kavanaugh Okla. City, Okla

    R. G. Katzman Omaha, Neb,

    L. R. Keen Cassville, Mo.

    A. J. Lugo Caracas, Venezuela

    B. K. Martin Blue Springs, Mo.

    J. W. McLeod Topeka, Kan.

    J. C. Nunez Caracas, Venezuela

    0. D. Plumlee Blue Springs, Mo.

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  • Sophomores

    A. Ramos Torreon, Mexico

    G. V. Rieger Littleton, Colo.

    S. M. Rosser Grain Valley, Mo.

    M I. Ruiz Caracas, Venezuela

    R. J. Sand Granville, Iowa

    C. E. Semidey Caracas, Venezuela

    A. F. Serrano Miranda, Venezuela

    J. C. Shook Blue Springs, Mo.

    J. A. Skelton Vienna, Va.

    R. B. Soady Pckin. III.

    T. E. St. John Springfleld, Mo.

    P. D. Thurman Kansas City, Mo.

    E. F. Urban Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

    M. A. Wellington Des Moines, Iowa

    K. E. Taylor Kansas City, Kan.

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    ^^ft^"' •H : ^ y Jiff '•V' ] "1 « # • : J. p. Ziegler Tulsa, Okla.

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  • Freshmen

    G. K. Allard Lexington, Mo.

    L. J. Aluise Overland Park, Kan.

    T. C. Berbert Lexington, Mo.

    D. C. Bonin Kirkwood, Mo.

    B. L. Downing J. H. Dickeson V. P. Eckman E. C. Eddens Overland Park, Kan. Lake Winnebago, Mo. Evansville, Wyo. Lincoln, Neb.

    P. J. Ellis Tulsa, Okla.

    J. A. Garcia Monterrey, Mexico

    C.Y. George Richmond, Mo.

    M. E. Hinrichsen Mokane, Mo.

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  • Freshmen

    T. L. Herrera C. P. Hoffman E. D. Howard H. A. Howell, Jr. R. M. Jacobs San Salvador, El Salvador Okla. City, Okla. Okla. City, Okla. Hattiesburg, Miss. Hillsborough, Calif.

    B. L. James Sanger, Texas

    P. J. Jarrett Lincoln, Neb.

    P. D. Johnson Fort Cobb, Okla.

    S. T. Jones Lutesville, Mo.

    E. J. Koesling Caracas, Venezuela

    N. C. Lange Kansas City, Mo.

    A. Manzanilla Mexico City, Mexico

    B. M. Martin Lin wood, Kan.

    L. L. Mashburn Bolivar, Mo.

    J. D. Matte Germantown, III.

    J. B. Meyer Warsaw, Mo.

    S. Miller Council Bluffs, Iowa

    W. L. Miller Pleasant Hill, Mo.

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  • Freshmen

    M. Nelson Grand Island, Neb.

    A. L. Obregon Mexico City, Mexico

    P. A. Pringle Jefferson City, Mo.

    T. J. Purdy Topeka, Kan.

    D. F. Rhodes Los Angeles, Calif.

    A. B. Schafer Burlington, Iowa

    J. A. Searcey Lincoln, Neb.

    C. J. Smith Lakewood, Colo.

    D. C. Smith Enid, Okla.

    Miy^ T. L. Tucker Elkhart, Kan.

    G. F. Turner Greenwood, Ark.

    J. C. Vines Wichita, Kan.

    J. S. Waters Devils Elbow, Mo.

    D. G. Watson K. J. Wertzbergcr P. E. Zambrano, Jr. R. Zelaya Kent, Wash. Lawrence, Kan. Monterrey, Mexico Tegucigalpa, Honduras

    R. L. Tate Tulsa, Okla.

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  • Eighth Grade

    F. J. Agrusa D. R. Bauer A. O. DeZulueU T. W. Edgerle D. S. Ellerbeck B. C. Etter M. S. Fingerson R, S. Frederick Blue Springs, Mo. Bonner Springs, Kan. Guadalajara, Mex. Cherryvale, Kan. Omaha, Neb. Raytown, Mo. Emporia, Kan. Grandview, Mo.

    S. A. Greenfield F. Guerrero J. W. Harrison III B. M. James Des Moines, Iowa Caracas, Venezuela Lake Quivira, Kan. Lincoln, Neb.

    T. P. Klemm B. L. Lutman A. J. Perez D. S. Reeder Overland Park, Kan. Kaniai City, Mo. Palatine, III. Independence, Kan.

    O. A. Ruiz V. Sarquis, Jr. Caracas, Venezuela Guadalajara, Mex

    Seventh Grade A. J. Anderson D. E. Gates

    Excelsior Springs, Mo. Kansas City, Mo.

    R. N Houston,

    Ferrell R. I. Franco Texas Durango, Mexico

    J. E. Jaycox D. C. Harbour P. J. O'Neill B. S. Richmond Columbus, Ohio Parkville, Mo. Overland Park, Kans. Gladstone, III.

    B. A. Riley K. R. Rumble Kansas City, Mo. St. Charles, Mo.

    T. W. Schetter T. W. Scott Mechanicsburg, Ohio Lenexa, Kan.

    M. D. Shaw Odessa, Mo.

    B. Smith S. K. Smith Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo.

    R. Villareal Durango, Mex.

    V. F. Viti Cave Creek, Ariz.

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  • MILITARY

    This year the military gave a big surprise to returning old boys with their new gimmick "the new beginning." The thing that impressed the old boys the most was the issuing of all the field gear, and all the road marches and bivouacs.

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    Charlie cadets receive Instruction. Relaxing after a field march.

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  • The Honor Guard performs Its drill. Segovia tu si eres chlmbo.

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  • What you want, Paleface?

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    Wentworth cadets attend Basic Camp.

    Don't shooti I don't even have a serial numberl

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  • The march nears the end. These field marches are tough.

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    Fall In! Cannon crew does Its ttiing.

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  • Maj. Bridwell inarches with Headquarters.

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  • Pre-race preparation. On rappell!

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  • Follow the ribbon.

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  • MILITARY AWARDS COMMISSIONED AS 2nd LIEUTEN-

    ANTS: Nicolas H. Diaz, Mark S. Honkus, Michael E. Jefferson, Blair V. Johnson, Richard L. Olson, Frank W. Postulka, Michael A. Sloat and Antonio Fernandez III.

    SUPERIOR CADET AWARDS: MS-IV, Blair Johnson; MS-III, Gavin Walker; MS-II, Matthew Angove; MS-I, John Sellers; LD-4, Scott Richart; LD-3, Michael Ceroli; LD-2, John Gault; LD-1, Todd Berbert.

    HENRY LEAVENWORTH CHAPTER OF AUSA FOREIGN STUDENT AWARD: Abdulaziz Al Salloom.

    DON FETROW HONOR GUARD AWARD: Nicolas Diaz.

    MILITARY EXCELLENCE AWARDS: MS-IV, Antonio Fernandez; MS-III, Larry Simmons; LD-4, Mitchell Johnson.

    SCHOLASTIC EXCELLENCE AWARDS: MS-IV, Mark Honkus; MS-III, Corey Miller; LD-4, Scott Richart.

    VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS: Frank Postulka.

    NATIONAL SOJOURNERS: Matthew Angove.

    DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: Michael Sloat.

    DAUGHTERS OF FOUNDERS AND PATRIOTS OF AMERICA: Michael Dlugopolski.

    MILITARY ORDER OF WORLD WARS: MS-IV, Jason Evans; MS-III, Randall Powers; JROTC, Ryan Butterfield.

    AMERICAN VETERANS OF WORLD WAR II: Nicholas Diaz.

    RICKY HOLZER AWARD: Paul Moran-ville.

    SHINER AWARD: Gavin Walker. AUSA: Advanced — Steve Becker. SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLU-

    TION: Clarence Wayne, Jr. SAI LEADERSHIP AWARDS: LD-12,

    Michael Roberts; LD-4, Joe Jackson; LD-3, Kevin Gaudineer; LD-2, Paul Moranville; LD-1, Christopher George.

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  • SOCCER

    The Wentworth soccer team had an outstanding year, thanks to much hard work from Maj. Frost and coach Randy Mock.

    First Row: Coach Maj. Frost, Karp, Sada, Calvete, Hammon, Becker, Hermandez, Ash, Bitar, Coach Mock; Second Row: Franco, C. Romano, Skelton, Szczepanski, Purdy, A'AI-Salloom, Canas, M. Garcia; Third Row: Y. Al-Salloom, Al-Ghandi, Herrera, Gamboa, Bollat, Sellers, Tate, Carranza, J. Caraveo.

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    Al-Salloom tries desperately to catch up with Sellers and Szczepanski play against one. the ball.

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  • JH FOOTBALL

    First Row: Coach Allard, Hodges, O'Neill, Koesling, Aluise, Matte, Rodocker, Rhodes, Jones, Johnson, Obregon, Zelaya, Tucker, Jones, Searcy, Allen, Parson; Second Row: Scott, Harrison, James, 0. Ruiz, Berbet, Strieder, Franco, Andrews; Third Row: Gearge, Lange, D. Smjith, P. Zambrano, Ellerbeck, J. Garcia, Allard, S. Smith, L. Smith, Jarret, Kleem.

    Under the coaching of Jay Allard, the junior high was able to have another outstanding year.

    George takes him down. Here's how to do it!

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  • HS FOOTBALL This year's 1980-81 hard

    hitting football team ended the season with a 500 record of 4-4.

    This year's team had a lot of talent. It was a very young team coached by Major Paul Butherus. The last four games of the season the football players pulled together as a team. With a lot of rookies, next year's team should be even more promising. And I thought the day of the dumb jock was

    over? Dave Acosta breaks away for the touchdown.

    First Row: Woytek, Russer, Andler, Hockett, Slater, Mudd, Amis, Hoffman, Coach Butherus; Second Row: Acosta, Bittrich, Fulier, Monteiiano, Becerrit, Soils, C. Boyd, Serrano; Third Row: Raetz, Baler, McLaughlin, Noonan, J. Boyd, Perkins, Urban, Piumiee; Fourth Row: Antoine, C. Ruiz, Lesar, Nahmias, Nelson, Gauit, Scroggins, Juneau.

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    Hey, he's over here! Nelson never thought the odds would be four to one.

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  • JC BASKETBALL

    The junior college team is highly competitive with the help of coach Allard. The junior college team had excellent material returning from last year. The home games were always the best, as the team had a whole field house filled with cadet cheerleaders.

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    First Row: Murphy, Evans, Honkus, Allen, Smith; Second Row: Simmons, Wallace, Price, Johnson R., Spratley; Third Row: Coach Allard, Sloat, Miller, Sullivan, Backs, Phillips, Assistant coach Muschett. Looking good Jason.

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  • HS BASKETBALL TAKES CONFERENCE HONORS

    The 1980-81 High School basketball team is very success-ful. With the help of several new draftees and the returning players from last year, Coach John Edwards had talent to work with. The final record was 15-7, a good enough record to tie Polo for first place in the Conference.

    First Row: Shook, Ibarra, Boyd, Taylor, Richard, Becerrit; Second Row: Sand, Fairbanks, Green, Butler, Rieger, Stiehl; Third Row: Coach Edwards, Jarrett, Skelton, Antoine, St. John, LeSar, McKinney, Assistant Coach Gassman.

    Taylor attempts a score. Rebounding Is hard work.

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  • JH BASKETBALL

    First Row: Allard, Harrison, Ruiz, Klemn, Jarrett, Ellert>eck; Second Row: Coach Wood, Edgerle, Tucker, Johnson, Meyer.

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    George tries to break away.

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  • HS SWIMMERS

    This year's swimming team had a lot of ups and downs, but Maj. Sellers had all the confidence in the team and they came out winners.

    First Row: Brutvan, Twells, Robinson, Stahlnecker, Johnson, Hockett; Second Row: Manzanilla, FeitI, Ephland, Morales, Bitar; Third Row: Palacio, Trevino, Estrada, Koesling, Montellano, Coach Steve Sellers.

    He really gets into it, doesn't he? Mitch does not like the Idea of coming down.

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  • HS WRESTLING

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    Staff, as usual, this year consisted of exceptional of-ficers. Each performed his duties with hard work, de-termination and the desire to succeed.

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  • ALPHA Do you remember that foreign

    student that came to Wentworth to learn English and went back home not knowing any language at all. What about someone's ice bed during the winter season? Or Spratley's early shower in the snow because he took an unauthorized sleepthrough.

    Do you remember how we used to hate those early whistles for breakfast formation and finally on commencement day everybody had the pleasure of dancing on it.

    As the year went on, we became closer to each other and by the end of the year, our friendship was as close as brothers.

    There are many things that we will remember from Alpha com-pany. We won't just keep them in our minds, but also in our hearts. Alpha company is still number one.

    Look sharp for parade.

    First Row: Walker, Miller, Moore, Johnson, Amis, Simmons, Gomez; Second Row: Parsons, Wayne, Szczepanski, Kimball, Langkamp, Barton, Johnson, Cruz; Third Row: Powers, Hodges, Richardson, Hoang, Welch, Phillips, Minnis, Segovia; Fourth Row: Plumley, Mayberry, Spratley, Willmore, Alexander, Lara, Armstrong, Sullivan; Fifth Row: Zumalt, McDermott, Backs, Valdes, Shaw, Karp, Briceno, Kahler; Sixth Row: Bollat, Gernt, O'Connor, Fernandez, Agurcia, Agurcia, Harris.

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  • HEADQUARTERS COMPANY Do you remember when . . .

    We saw the boats on the way to Washington, D.C.

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    Lt. Purdy wasn't hard at work playing frisbee.

    We had toga parties dur-ing band, and of course, the morale increased.

    The member of Head-quarters Company would like to express their sincere apprecia-tion to Capt. Roger Kendall, whose talent and consistency helped us overcome obstacles to make the band what it is today.

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    Sergeant's room was never clean and never passed inspec-tion! And what about Chamber-lin, whose room did he live in? And Walker's favorite pastime?

    But we will never forget the spirit of the drill team and the loyalty of the Honor Guard.

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    First Row: Alabre, Olson, Diaz, Jefferson, Jackson, Johnson; Second Row: Shook, Jarvis, Francis, Cotua, Price, Smith; Third Row: Birkett, Lansing, Wallace, Walker, Murphy, Bittrick; Fourth Row: Brown, Driesback, Thompson, Palmateer, Roberts, Stanley; Fifth Row: Chamberlin, Bridger, Downey.

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  • FOXTROT COMPANY

    Remember when everyone thought Capt. Fernandez was a Foxtrotter because of his height? What about our unexpected visitor during noon formation? And what about the times we woke up Honor Guard or a Saturday morning with our P.T.? What about the brawls with Honor Guard? With all of the hard work, determination, and will to be the best company, we made it!

    And always remember: Fox-trot Company is outta sight, we will always stay and fight, we will never turn and run, cause Foxtrot Company is No. 1.

    Foxtrot Is looking sharp as usual.

    First Row: Perez, Becker, Al Saiioom, Fernandez, Martin, Ellerbeck, DeZulueta; Second Row: Vines, Harrison, Reeder, Shelter, Ruiz, Edgerlee, Smith, Sarquis; Third Row: O'Neii, Wood, Etter, Klemm, Franco, Watkins, James, Scott; Fourth Row: Frederick, Lutman, Ai Saiioom, Gates, Greenfield, Smith, Ferrel, Bauer; Fifth Row: Overman, Anderson, Swann, Jaycox, Richmond, Neuman, Strieder, Rumble; Sixth Row: Harbour,

    g5 Maione, Canard, Shaw, Fingerson, Viilareai.

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  • CHARLIE COMPANY

    First Row: Herrara, C. Remacha, BInsbachar, Andler, C. Ruiz, Ammirata, Montellano; Second row: Hicks, Campbell, Dunaway, M. Garcia, Hernandez, Caranza, C. Romano, Baier; Third row: Bonin, Weding, Brown, Martin, Gonzalez, Hoffman, Dean, Moranville; Fourth row: DePaz, Aguilera, Urban, Katzman, Thomas, Soady, Witt, Canas; Fifth row: Williams, Al-Ghandi, Satterlee, Butler, Osuna, Calvete, Lopez, LeSar; Sixth row: Duncan, C. Boyd, Franco, Lugo, Leonard, Caraveo, Matte, Taylor; Seventh row: O'Connor, Ellis, Roberts, Galloway, Ephland, Eddens, Smith, DiCarlo; Eighth row: Wellington, J. Boyd, Hormazabal, Schafer, Miller, Hadel, Hammon; Ninth row: Henrichson, J. Garcia, Nunez, Velasquez, Bosworth, Scroggins.

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  • DELTA Remember Delta, biggest

    and best company on campus, exceeding 100 cadets formed into three platoons. Capt. Gann as the company commander with his XO Lt. Smith. The good times, parties and fun and the bad times, push-up parties and details. The work needed, and supplied, to be the best by the best. May Delta always be remembered as the best . . .

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    \ I nrst row: Hockett, Ibarra, Ash, Sloat, Smith, Qann, Allen, Butterfield, Serrano, Drake; Second row: Nelson, Bubrldge, Cammara, Chavez, Fulton, Antolne, Polndexter, Acosta, Downing, Manzanilla, Wilis; Third row: Lange, McKlnney, Moreno, Estrada, Travino, Jarret, Ruiz; Fourth row: Zeyala, Sada, Palacio, Rieger, Romano, Becerit, Morton, Rodocker, Rhodes, Caraveo; Fifth row: Berbert, Sinkuler, Faasch, Pickiey, Ramos, Gamboa, Bitar, Purdy, Howard, Stiei; Sixth row: PletrantonI, Juneau, Morales, Clifton, Sand, Andrews, Garcia, Cantweii, Fairbanks, Brock; Seventh row: FeitI, Siayter, Dunn, Soils, Soils, Obregon, Dickenson, Tate; Eighth row: Irving, Howeii, Green, Gauit, Lara, Powell, Brutvan, Thompson, Pugsley; Ninth row: FIgueroa, Gray, Semldey, Stoll, James, Butler, Amis, Ruiz, FIttro; Tenth row: Ruiz, Buonocore, Guerro, Dakhiel, Cochran, Koesllng, Santibanez, Kavdnaugh, ZIgier.

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  • MILITARY BALL

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  • COMMENCEMENT

    Commencement is both a happy and sad time of the year-The happiness of being free for a summer and the sadness of losing year-long friends.

    The year's end is one full of excitement and of work. Uniforms and lock boxes and even the screens on concert and the practicing of the last and greatest parade of the year were done without a hitch.

    The commencement speech was delivered by Sena-tor David Doctorian, one of praise to the future of this year's 101st cadet corps.

    An encouraging word. Col. Ungies receives an award of appreciation.

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  • Everyone hugs each other. Col. Angove and FIngerson cry together.

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  • Everyone gets together to see each other one last time.

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  • JOHN M. BURR MEMOR-IAL AWARD: Matthew Angove

    TED MESSMORE HONOR GRADUATE AWARD: Mark Honkus

    ASSOCIATION OF MILL. TARY COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS AWARD: Greg Andler

    ACADEMIC AWARDS: JC Sophomores: Mark Honkus

    and Larry Gann and Michael Sloat

    JC Freshman: Daniel Alabre and John Sellers, tied; Mi-chael Dlugopolski

    HS Seniors: Scott Richart, Guillermo Solis and Michael Ceroli

    HS Juniors: Anato Pietrantoni, John Gault, and Jack Dillon

    HS Sophomores: Charles Amis and John Birkett

    HS Freshman: Christopher George, and Todd Berbert

    Eighth Grade: John Harrison and Tom Edgerle

    Seventh Grade: Peadar O'Neill and Steven Smith

    LARRY BROWN ENGLISH AWARD: Matthew Stuart

    ROE CLEMENS CHEMIS-TRY AWARD: JUNIOR COLLEGE, John Sellers and Michael Dlugopolski; HIGH SCHOOL, John Gault

    PARK MATHEMATICS AWARD: COLLEGE, John Sellers; HIGH SCHOOL, Harry Cotua

    SKINNER ENGINEERING AWARD: Matthew Angove

    BAUSCH AND LOMB OP-TICAL SCIENCE AWARD: Michael Ceroli

    DAR HISTORY AWARD: Scott Roberts

    JOHN PIRHALLA, JR. MEMORIAL JOUR-NALISM AWARD: Matth-ew Stuart

    YEARBOOK LEADERSHIP AWARD: Raul Zambrano

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    TRUMPETER AWARD: Mi-chael Ceroli

    PASS-IN-REVIEW AWARD: Fernando Carranza

    MacARTHUR MEMORIAL AWARD: COLLEGE, Blair Johnson; HIGH SCHOOL, Michael Ceroli

    MOONEY AVIATION AWARD: John Sellers

    SON OF ALUMNI AWARD: Andres Serran

    SELLERS-WIKOFF-SCHOW-ENGERT AWARD: COL-LEGE, Larry Simmons; HIGH SCHOOL, Andres Serrano

    100 PERCENT DEPORT-MENT AWARD: Harry Cotua, Mitchell Johnson, Valentino Murphy, Barrye Price, Michael Dlugopolski, Christopher George, Edwin Rivera, Luis Bollat, Joshua Kimball, Fidel Segovia, Fer-nando Carranza and Eugene Witt

    WIKOFF GREATEST IM-PROVEMENT AWARD: Troy Rainbolt

    FRANK BROWN MEMOR-IAL AWARD: Bill McKin-ney

    APO: Rolando Valdes DRILL TEAM ADVISOR:

    Scott Richart OUTSTANDING JUNIOR

    HIGH CADET AWARD: Tom Edgerle

    JUNIOR DRILL TEAM SERVICE AWARD: Tom Edgerle

    WILLIS J. PUMPHREY, JR. AWARD: Oscar Ruiz

    RALPH CONGER SPORTS-MANSHIP AWARD: Fer-nando Fernandez

    JEFF PARROTT MEMOR-IAL AWARD: Jason Evans

    BILL COOK AWARDS: COLLEGE, Mark Honkus and Jay Allen; HIGH SCHOOL, Jose Ibarra and Anthony Hockett

    BOBBY PRICE MEMORIAL

    AWARD: Greg Andler D E L P O D R E B A R A C

    AWARD: Joseph Boyd EDGAR MUENCH SWIMM-

    ING AWARD: Craig Twells WILLOUGHY AWARD:

    Kenneth Taylor OUTSTANDING SOCCER

    PLAYER AWARD: John Sellers

    JUNIOR HIGH ALL-ROUND ATHLETE: Oscar Ruiz and David Ellerbeck

    JUNIOR HIGH MOST IM-PROVED ATHLETE: Todd Klemm

    OUTSTANDING JR. HIGH FOOTBALL AWARD: Tom Edgerle

    OUTSTANDING JR. HIGH BASKETBALL AWARD: Tom Edgerle

    OUTSTANDING JR. HIGH TRACK AWARD: Oscar Ruiz

    BASORE OUTSTANDING COMPANY AWARD: Fox-trot Company

    THE CADLE PLAQUE: Headquarters

    THE BROWN PLAQUE: Headquarters

    JOHN M. MORELAND PLAQUE: Foxtrot

    THE LOWREY PLAQUE: Honor Guard

    THE DiRENNA AWARD: Headquarters

    SPECIAL DISTINCTION COMPANIES: Head-quarters and Honor Guard

    COMMANDERS PLAQUES: Matt Angove, John Sellers, Ernesto Cova, Blair Johnson, Juan Remacha, Wendell Smith, Nicholas Diaz, Antonio Fernandez, Jason Evans.

    FOXTROT COUNSELORS: Abdulaziz Al-Salloom, John Plumley, Steve Becker, Pa-trick Bridger

    BEST KEPT ROOM-JR. HIGH: Peadar O'Neill and Aaron Anderson