David Hartzheim, ‘67
‘60s LANCER LISTS
SILLY! ASTONISHING! You may suggest additional categories or make other comments.

 

October 10, 2019:

XXXVI: Lancer Lawyers

Adria Ann Macmurray, ’66;
April Wakeman, ’65;
Brian Watanabe, ’67 (law degree)
Bruce Roberts, ’64;
Chuck Dell’Ario, ’65.
Claudia Cate, ’62.
Doug Elwell, ’65;
Ed Dygert, ’65;
Greg Copeland, ’64, CA;
Jane Hanawalt, ’66;
Jay Sills, ‘69
Julie Bomke Bannerman, '67;
Liz Ehinger, ’67 D.C. (law degree)
Louise Armstrong, ’65;
Mark Collins, ’67
Michael Andelson, ’64.
Nancy Nissen, ’65;
Paul Shepard, ’64;
Steve Shepard, ‘67
Robert Ford, ’67;
Russell Lowe, ’67;
Stephanie Elwell, ‘68
Stephen Blitch, ’65;
Steve Shepard, ’67.
Steve Sundvold, ’64;
Tamia Hope, 64;
Terry Hackett, ’66
 
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October 9, 2019:

XXXV. Lancers Who Lived OIn A Corner: Initials only:

1. MN

2. JC

3. MD

4. RW

5. JF

6. GC

7. GM

8, DB

9. AF

10, CS

11. MG

12. MT

13. PP

14. NW

15. RA

16. MS

17.MB

 

XXXIV. Guys Named Paul at 60s Sunny Hills, By Year

 

1. Paul Warren, ‘62

2. Paul Grubbs, ’64

3. Paul Shepard, ’64

4. Paul Sumner, ’64

5. Paul Norman, ’65

6. Paul Hehn, ’65

7. Paul Kaump, ’65

8. Paul Whitmee, ’65

9. Paul Knudsen, ’67

10. Paul Saevig, ’67

11. Paul Bittles, ’68 *

12. Paul Boeckerman, ’68

13. Paul Demes, ’68

14. Paul Evans, ’68

15. Paul Gough, ’68

16. Paul Lee, ’68

17. Paul Mitchell, ’68

18. Paul Osborne, ’68

19. Don Paul, ’69

20. Paul Gibson, ’69

21. Paul Deiters, ’69

22. Paul Moinet, ’69

23. Paul Purcell, ’70

24. Paul Rasmussen, ’70

25. Paul Rosenfeld, ’70

 

XXXIII. Classes With Most Guys Named Paul

 

  1. GOLD: 1968 with 7
  2. SILVER: (Tie) 1965 and 1969, with 4

XXXII: Lancers Known Through Lancer World By Only One Name Only:

1. Andy (Andy Sills, ’67)*
2. Russell (Russell Lowe, ’67)*
3. Cynthia (Cynthia Byerrum, ’67)
4. Stan (Stan Fuller, ’65)*
5. Gordon (Gordon Carter, ’68)
6. Candy (Candy Moore, ’66)
7. Kenny (Ken Slezak, ’66)
8. Barb (Barb Smith Whitfield, ’67)
9. Betsy (Betsy Burleigh, ’65)
10. April (April Wakeman, ’65)
11. Patti (Patti Powers, ’65)
12. Lolly (Lolly Beaman, ’64)
13. Barbie (Barbie Myers, ’65)
14. Nat (Nat Theibert, ’65)
15. Ter (Terri Wagner, ’65)
16. Allison (Allison [Bucky] Privett, ’66)
17. Melanie (Melanie Boone, ’66)
18. Deb (Debby Westlund, ’65)
19. Terry (Terry Hackett, ’66)
20. Bev (Bev Brauner, ’67)
21. Toolie (Kathy O’Toole, ’64)
22. Muck (Kathy Muckenthaler, ’64)
23. Lynn (Dr. Lynn Mahony, MD, ’69)
24. Avril (Avril Ford, ’66)
25. Vern (Vern Fotheringham, ’66)
26. Frenchy (John Jay Pelletier, ’65)
* = deceased
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Resuming here on October 8, 2019.

 

XXIV. Lancer Women Who Match This Manhattan Transfer Song Title: “Talking About A Girl From New York City”: 

 

1. Helen Hamshaw, ’67. 

2. I think also ____ __________, ’67. 

 

XXV. Childhood Patients of Dr. Bill Scott, DO in Fullerton: 

1. Jim Bucheister, ‘64

2. Paul Saevig, ‘64

 

XXVI: Lancers Who Played The Trumpet in High School: 

 

1. Bill Dickinson, ‘65

2. Bob Althouse, ‘67

 

XXVII: Lancers With 2 Consecutive Vowels In Their Last Names:

 

1. Cheryl Aase, ‘62

2. Barry Kooiman, ’67 (deceased)

3. Candice Moore, ‘66

4. Carla Moore, ‘68

5. Steve Noonan, ‘64

6. Melanie Boone, ‘66

7. John Cooney, ’64 (deceased)

8. Don Looney, ‘63

 

XXIV. Lancers Who Share a Last Name With A Medical Term

 

1. Ron Apgar, ’63. Apgar Score (This test checks a baby's heart rate, muscle tone, and other signs to see if extra medical care or emergency care is needed)

2. Karen Taylor, ’62. Taylor Hammer (checks neurological reflexes)

3. Gail Salisbury, ’67. Salisbury Heart Lung Machine, ca 1955. 

 

XXV. Sunny Hills Teachers Who Share A Name With US Towns and Cities

 

  1. Mrs, Maxine Randolph, English. Randolph, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, and Vermont. 
  2. Mr. Carl Ames, Civics and Economics. Ames, Iowa. 
  3. Principal Bert K. Hathaway. Hathaway Pines, CA.
  4. Mr. Tom Bell, mathematics, counselor. Bell, CA

XXVI. ’67 Lancers Whose Last Names Are Also Action Verbs:

1. Andy Fall

2. James Cooke

3. Linda Peck

4. Nancy and Doug Rowe

5. Melissa Fretz (present tense)

6. Mimi Muse

7. Linda Flock

 

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October 7, 2019

 

 

I. Lancers with Grandmothers Born in Iowa

 

1. Lolly Beaman, ’64 (2)

2. Paul Saevig, ’67 (2)

3. Patricia Kieley, ’66 (1)

 

II. Lancers Whose Fathers Were Judges

 

  1. Charles Herlands, ‘64
  2. Al Herlands, ’66
  3. Sydney Verry, ’67
  4. Mike Kerr, ’64
  5. Tommy Kerr, ‘67

 

III. Lancers Whose Fathers Owned Fullerton New Car Agencies

 

  1. Gary Klimpel, ‘64
  2. Nancy Schuth, ’67

 

IV. Lancer Cyclists (100+ miles sometimes)

 

  1. Kirk Spindelman, ‘67
  2. Jeff Nix, ’67
  3. Bob Polkinghorn, ’66
  4. Greg Beam, ’67

 

V. Lancers Who Played On NCAA Champion Team

  1. Dave Murphy, ’66, USC Track & Field
  2. Gordon Carter, ’68, USC Baseball
  3. Rick Raczka, ’66, USC Baseball
  4. John Hansen, ’67, UC Berkeley Rugby

 

VI. Lancers Who Still Surf

 

  1. Rick Wilson, ‘65
  2. Carol Roberts, ’67
  3. Eric Smith

 

VII. Lancers Who Play Pedal Steel in Bands

 

  1. Greg Leisz, ‘67
  2. Dennis Challman, ’67

 

VIII. Lancers Who Play The Most Musical Instruments

(TIE) 

  1. Steve Van Gelder, ’65 & Chuck Estes, ’64

 

IX. “Automobile Lancers” 

 

  1. Paul Nash, ‘67
  2. Pam Ford, ’67
  3. Avril Ford, ’66
  4. Gaye Packard, ’64
  5. Robert Ford, ’67
  6. Peter Carhart, water polo and swimming coach
  7. Mr. Gordon Traylor, Mathematics

 

X. Lancers Who Have Sailed The Seven Seas

  1. Laurence Boag, ‘67
  2. Charles Dell’Ario, ’65 (I think)
  3. PROBABLY MORE

 

XI. Colleges Attended By Lancers That Are Farthest From Sunny Hills

 

  1. University of Lancaster, Lancaster, England, MBA Program (Roger Naff, ’64)
  2. Colby College, Waterville, Maine
  3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) 
  4. Smith College
  5. State University New York, Stonybrook
  6. Columbia University, new York City
  7. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina

 

XII. United States Air Force Academy Alumni Who Live in Colorado

 

  1. Henry Mitchell, ‘66
  2. Gary Bone, ’65

 

XIII. Lancer Bankers

 

  1. Linda Gudka, ‘67
  2. Paulette Braune, ’67
  3. Tom Stuhley, ’65
  4. Steve Riddle, ’64

 

XV. Tallest Brothers

 

  1. The Dehns
  2. The Kerrs, Mike and Tommy

 

XVI. Lancer Vintners

 

  1. Glenn Bianchi, ‘67
  2. Bill Frick, ’64
  3. Alan Hagedorn, ’65
  4. Robin Johnson, ’64 (deceased)

 

XVII. Lancer Orthopedic Surgeons

 

  1. Nick Yaru, MD, ‘69
  2. Phil Merritt, MD, ’66
  3. Rick Raczka, MD, ’66

 

XVIII. Lancer Architects

 

  1. Allen Crutcher, ‘64
  2. Larry Brehm, ’64
  3. Gary Whitfield, ’64
  4. Patrick Conover, ’67

 

XIX. States Where No Lancer Is Believed To Live

 

  1. Maine
  2. New Hampshire
  3. Vermont
  4. Alabama
  5. Alaska
  6. Maryland
  7. Wyoming
  8. North Dakota
  9. South Dakota

 

XX. Lancer Women Who Have Won Beauty Contests

1. Julie Okey, ’63 MISS FULLERTON

2. Joan Gibbs, ’64 MISS FULLERTON, MISS LOS ANGELES, etc. 

3. Lisa Grainger, ’66, MISS FULLERTON

4. Shelly Pulver, ’67 MISS FULLERTON

 

XXI. Lancers With Perfect Pitch

1, Louise Nash, ‘69

and there were a couple of others

 

XXII. First Three Lancers To Earn Full Athletic Scholarships

1, Don Martin, ’64, UC Santa Barbara, baseball

2, Aaron McGuire, ’64. UCLA, baseball

3. Jim Hobson, ’64, USC, tennis

 

XXIII. Siblings who went to Stanford: 

Tie: Wilson (Rick, ’65; Gail, ’67) and Commons, Leslie, ’62 and Stanley, ’67, 

 

 

COMING UP SOON: 

 

‘60s Lancer Attorneys

‘60s Lancer Registered Nurses

  

and more!

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patricia kieley CLASS OF 1966 on October 8, 2019 at 3:43 PM said:

my great grandmother, grandmother mother and i were all born in iowa
Paul Saevig, ‘67 on October 7, 2019 at 9:15 PM said:

In the SIBLINGS WHO BECAME ATTORNEYS category, do we have 3? We already have at least 1 set of 2.

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