Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX)

 - Class of 1984

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Newspeak, telescreens and Big Brother. o 3 'Rf But he was wrong. In fact if you look back you will find that 1984 was the Greatest Year of Your Life . . . so far. To begin with, an early registration time brought you the teachers and class periods you wanted. Then your best friend got a oar, and the gym got a new floor. Maybe best of all we beat a 5A football team. 7 A ,fx , , i ,W . -., ,. ia 221 4 . f fifty. - V A it n Q 'fi itirff wi 'fini tiQU"i,. -' ., M, ,- 1 ' . 3 'gag ti F r,q:,Lf1A', f. r, , i 1 .. iyiM.'ms2-ii. S-ww 'A -ze? , it V ' gftfftll . aes as - 'fd , 1 .safe . -ti 130-:pil fw- sa' 1 -sg i P- -g 3" -. K 1 A f ' - 225 ' .4 .Q ,1 of Y- .i f tr' mmm fit Eg i Q ifviajis V as A ' . , L . o XE ,Wm ,LJ Mr. f ,- za.. W- ii, nh G I" f - r sg.. ini, ifsaif Waxing tit Qt swf irmi We feffw me ttfswi -staff? -kai 'fuss ky? 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Also, at Howdy Night your club's booth won the decoration prize. Another first, you understood all the math problernson your nine weeks test. ,1L,, 290 ,,Z. 5, ig gg MW M-'aww 1984 YOLUME 58 PRIME TIME PAGE 12 PLAY IVIATES PAGE 68 BRAIN DRAIN PAGE 132 OORPORATE AOTION PAGE 170 WORLD CLASS PAGE 236 IVIEGA BUCKS PAGE 296 WHERE TO FIND IT PAGE 338 wwf 'L .'. ' dr K V' A in-1. fr Q 995 ,W .sr " 7l17???aZfiii7f,Y 'R g as Q -wi ,yr A, . if W '1' , . ,Q 5. iA fp 25 2 ' f H M f me mf '4 f .,,, 2525: xg fri! s 4 E 4,255 ff X X x Q 'U Ha gif was 'HJ L , Y' -gs. xaz,:Qg':szwa,.. ,V,,,,.. ,. , muruxc C0 g h Q NAIC! -nn .unlil - 'Zami' AP' 1 1 Y: . ' 'gf' ff Q Swxulkv 5 I -7 Q. f -,f v sy f, A i , ,fy , s ,.. - . , , September . . . school, shook, strife With the change in seasons came a change in attitudes, thoughts, and feelings for people in the school, city, nation, and world. Just as school was getting under- way both the nation and the world were shocked by the news that the Russians had shot down the Kore- an jetliner flight 007. Among those killed in the tragedy were more than 100 Americans, putting a strain on Americas already doubt- ful attitude toward the Soviet Union. U.S. citizens were also saddened by the deaths of Marines killed in Lebanon while trying to keep peace. Cn the home front, San Ant- onio was enthusiastic about the fact that Mayor Henry Cisneros had been appointed to the biparti- san committee on the problems in Central America. Along with for- mer Secretary of State Henry Kis- singer, Mayor Cisneros was chosen to work on the problems in Central America and try to find an agree- 14 Calender ment or solution amid the fighting. Though not as life-threatening as the situation in Central America, there was much controversy and arguing in the City over the Alamo Stadium and professional football. By the end of September, City Council still had not reached a solu- tion and had only accomplished de- stroying the football field. HAPPY SPURS Ctop leftj pose with their trophies after sweeping honors at their Texas A8zI summer camp. BEFORE SCHOOL OPENS Ctop rightl freshmen wait for the opening address by Student Council officers at Freshmen Ori- entation. ON AUGUST 18, REGISTRATION DAY, Crightl seniors Anne Zachry and Tracy Watson choose their favorite teachers. IN THE MULE STALL fmiddle right, freshmen Emma Hoke and Cheryl Uecker enjoy the variety of sandwiches, cookies and dips provided by the Keywanettes for the Freshmen Luncheon. TRICIA BROWN .AND BRUCE OF- FIELD Cfar right! proudly show off the uniforms of the newly organized spirit group Mutants at the Mac game. .mf--U i - H , w 'W ,z mgrwf 'Q . we E 5 A . ,KW .wean My ,Q W 16 Calender and support ALONG WITH 248 OTHER SOPHOMORES Cfar left! Krys Burleson gets her picture taken for the '84 Olmos. HURRICANE ALICIA fleftl gets ready to collide with the Texas Gulf Coast bringing with it high winds and floods over the state. AFTER A BIG CITY SQUABBLE Qbelowl work finally gets started on resurfacing the Alamo Stadium field with Astroturf. T Thanks for your concern We hope tobe rebuilt and reopened October I5 Lintilthen gou can enjog Cammy' S at 230 N. Mmm, the old AVERYS J ' I rro, Mamas, Mamas Cafes WORKMEN DIG IN Cabove leftl Clearing the old tennis court surface as renovation gets underway. THIS SIGN SAYS IT ALL Cabove right! as students and area residents mourn the fire that destroyed one of Alamo Heights' favorite hangouts. 81 Cappgs Calender 17 HOWLQ 'MMQ OPERATION SHAVING CREAM Give 'em a break You were an eighth grader once. ven though most high school students always talk about how silly the whole thing is, you can tell they have a good time dressing up like id- iots, running around breaking confetti-filled eggs on each other, and basically just reliv- ing Cmaybe for the last timel their junior school silliness. Howdy Week was a little dif- ferent this year, starting with Monday. Instead of being "Howdy to Teachers," it was "Howdy to New Students," with no dressing up. Also, on Monday there was a motiva- tional assembly sponsored by Pepsi and KTFM, a local radio station. Another addition to the week was the Miss Irresistable Contest. It started in second period on Monday when all the boys in the school got name tags. The point of the contest was simple: out of class, boys weren't supposed to talk to girls, and the girls were sup- posed to get the boys to talk to 18 Calender them. If he talked to her, she got his name tag. On Tuesday at the end of school, the girls turned in their name tags, and on Wednesday the winner was announced. To back up a day, Tuesday was also "Howdy to Fresh- men" Day, but there was still no dressing up, so nobody real- ly paid any attention anyway. Cn Wednesday, the fun fi- nally started with "Howdy to Sophomores" Day and Camou- flage Dress up Day. Sometimes it was hard to tell if you were in the classroom or the under- brush. Thursday was "Howdy to Juniors" Day and Hat Day, with a hat contest in Main Hall during lunch. The contestants were judged on crowd appeal, and Student Council gave out prizes, in the true essence of the week, to the best three hats. Friday was, of course, "Howdy to Seniors" Day as well as Beach Bum Dress Up Day. Students could actually wear shorts C"They must be i good taste!" on orders froi higher upb. Though many sti dents thought the administr. tion planned it, it was ju Mother Nature's cruel sense 1 humor that made the one dz shorts were allowed too cold ' enjoy it. The Howdy Parade, fro: Cambridge to the high schoc started off the evening events. This year's Howc Night was the best ever, wi1 over 310,000 made. One of tl high points was the boo1 decorating contest, in whic the National Honor Societ was third, the Keywanettr got second, and the Junie Class took first. You could almost see the r pressed child coming out people, whether they we: stuffing their faces with cottc candy or sausage, dunkir "that teacher who gave me U," or looking for someone ' attack with their last squirt shaving cream. 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Mr. Foerster, one of two Texas teachers who received the Presidential Award for EX- cellence in Teaching Math and Science, spent three days in Washington, D.C. Highlights of his trip included President Reagan speaking to the 104 winners and an all-day work- 22 Calender shop discussing problems and concerns of science and math teaching. October also brought publi- cized events from all over the world. The Interior Secretary, James Watt, resigned, and the first Polish solidarity leader, Lech Wallesa, won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work in Po- land. Elsewhere in the world, the Marines got much public attention this month. First, on October 23, the Marine head- quarters in Beirut was bombed. Over 200 people were killed in the blast, which was suspected to have been carried out by Iranian terroriats. On the 25th, Marines invaded Grenada, a small island off the coast of Cuba, to rescue Ameri- can medical students from the communist forces which were supposedly taking over. AT THE PIZZA PEP RALLY SEND OFF ffar leftl for the football team in the Mule Stall, Kristin O'Conner and Heidi Burkholder get ready to enjoy some pepperoni and cheese. HUNDREDS OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Cleftl and their parents crowded into the first San Antonio citywide College Fair in early October in the Convention Center. Here students sign up at the A8zM booth. MATH TEACHER PAUL FOERSTER fbelowl faces still another TV camera after announcement of his Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching. While in Washington, D.C. on October 19 he and the other nation- wide recipients received their awards in the East Room of the White House following a congratulatory address by President Reagan. SAN ANTONIO'S TROPICAL WEATHER Cbottom leftl finds ripening ba- nanas ready for picking outside the band hall. AS WORKMEN REST DURING LUNCH Cbottom rightl the tennis courts with their new coats of crushed stone await results of a density test indicating how tightly the base has been compacted before application of the finished asphalt surface, the next step in the court repair, can be made. - I ., S 'i'5e7l5?i5'?iff:Na'Yzfgesgmwmwew-H ...swszal Calender 23 vm, ,, ,Z , M, -M ,, W A W., W. M., f, . rl V ,, ,V fqffwfi' - 1 ,-' 1' ,, f,ly,Q3H,,ga' 'fwggfj ,. . A w as , up , its-9 C f' 1 We :ff if ,, . f :x v- 1 M . af me f -, -- , -mf ,f A -- L, , Q V' .fr --4,.,,.-, f fr g y 3 2, , ,"' A f' , ' 5' f M K "' , , S EQ, W ,. .,: Agn: :,, . yu ,W ,V H X f' f t ' . . M ., fs! K' , ' "" Y ,V V f. LH ff" 1 H ' Q ' 1 We 5 , fl-121. if 1? X r, qw. ,,, A, 5, as ,mfr ,,,, , JAM. . V ., ,,,. 74,5 Q gg , i .4 'H g ft rl, J I-'J ff,, "f , , Q X 5' ' V 9 A Y V ..., A A ,, , I my M, W W.. f f " gm , 3 "i 'C , ' ' ' S V Y V a I ,f,L V' I Q , 1 I Y ,f 7 Q V my U Q., ,,', pp, 0 'A , ,, V ,,,,- 1 Q I rf, AYSEL CIBILDAK Cabovej does her best to be a vampire at the Keywanette Halloween Haunted House held at Woodridge. BEFORE SCHOOL Ctop rightl on a nippy fall morning the band goes through one of its routines planned for the upcoming University Interscholistic League band contest. THE SCHOOL FLAGS FLY Crightl at half mast in memory of more than 200 U.S. Marines who were massacred by terrorists in Beirut early Sunday morn- ing, October 3. 24 Calender 6 '74 -' ' "nfl wr , vf - ' " M at y A' , .'JfAi, may 'ff 'J' Wg, - swf' 4' "UL N121 'f ', Wav , 'z N' ff" 'w A ff fi, W ow W ., - , M, , Y f y . Mr ,--,, Q rr, , ,-,, 12 ALONG WITH ALL OF I-IIS FEL LOW SOPHOMORES Cabovel Rich ard Stevens sweats out the PSAT. Calender 25 Mmecoming BLOW-OUT How does it feel to be crowned in the dark? ou could tell it was going to be a dif- ferent Homecom- ing from the very beginning. For whatever reasons, the Office Education Association didn't sell mums like they usually do, putting students in the very awkward position of actually having to make their own, drastically reducing the num- ber of streamer-laden flowers. Even though mums weren't being sold, the PTSO was busy with sales all week. Lots of school groups helped out with the selling of the PTSO's raffle tickets, and the band sold homecoming supper tickets. At the beginning of the week, the school went through the annual ritual of voting for class duke and duchess and Homecoming king and queen. The dukes and the king were announced at the bonfire 26 Calendar Thursday night, while the feminine royalty was an- nounced at the Homecoming game, which proved to be an event in its own right. The game started normally enough, the score was 21-6 at half time, the Crystal City band had just gotten on the field when suddenly it hap- pened.' No explosion, not even any noise, and the field was in almost total darkness. Some people thought it was part of the band's act, some thought the guy at the light switch was being rude, and some people didn't even notice. What really happened was the fuse box blew a fuse and left only one light tower on. The band did their show, and we had our Homecoming ceremoneis. You couldn't tell if the dukes were escorting the right duchesses, and the crowner of the queen almost missed but eventually everyone got their act togeth- er and got through the ceremo- ny. Finally the coaches, princi- pal, and maintenance men de- cided to call the half time score final and let everyone go home. Another memorable Home- coming event was the dance after the game. Where usually the Student Council Cwho sponsors the danceb loses mon- ey, this year they not only broke even but actually made a profit. All 400 tickets were sold and there were more peo- ple than had been to a Home- coming dance in 10 years. It was held under the oaks be- tween North and Central, wings, and you could tell it was a success from the huge brown patch of what used-to-be-grass that had been danced on all night. Since it was such a big hit, the Student Council spon- sored another dance in the spring. Even though last year every one who ever went to Heights came back, this year will for- ever be remembered as the night that the lights went out at Homecoming. . , .. Qx .. ,L-. Bruce Offield lights the I-I on Bonfire night as Homecoming spirit rises to meet the tempo of tomorrow's finale. ,,t.. L , Calender 27 .A -mn M ,gk-fr .Q vw- ? iw? , m sum Q V , .Ng A ,Q Q MW -as x 1 f l ,z 5 2 'fa' er Y, 28A l fl f. NSN E. . Q -. W.. is. 'al gf. 5 WTIQ NEW ,fx WINLf 'R K 'RN fi 3 , Ki ,x K- ,Q w K-Q A , WA 4, X is .J X3 gf? if X 1 FX.Q S4 silk f 1.5-sg :r:.-I . g' A S H bg ., fix-s A . m ' if fx 1 . ' 1 'L -'. 1 , r Q - i A gg: ,Q is -. A ' . , .. , Q ,, ,. , ,,. H School, city, would reach hevv highs ih November Heights had a number of first-time events in November. The varsity football team had four wins and three losses, while the JV team was unde- feated. The marching band qualified for state, where they placed fifth, and a 96.21 percent atten- dance rate was the highest in AHHS history. November 7 was a shot in the arm-literally and figura- tively- to about 360 students. Those with faulty immuniza- tion records had to get them updated by that day or they were not allowed to attend classes until they did. The city of San Antonio saw some new faces in November. Charlie Rodriguez, from Cali- fornia, was appointed as the new Chief of Police, after sev- eral temporary chiefs. The Reverend Jesse Jackson, the first black presidential candi- date, made a visit to San Anto- nio on his campaign trail. The city was not only hot with new faces, but was actu- ally very Warm. The hottest November on record, the tem- perature almost reached 90 de- grees toward the middle of the month. To the relief of many, however, a cold front finally reached the city, enabling peo- sa. ple to break out their winte wear. The president Went to bot? Japan and Korea on a good Wil visit, and returned feeling opti mistic about our relations witi them. The United States deployei nuclear cruise missles int England, though the Britisi were wary about having th weapons on their soil. On November 20, "The Dag After," a controversial movi depicting the possible result of a nuclear attack, was showi on TV. Regardless of feeling toward nuclear weapons, th film was very disturbing. 30 Calender I ..., . K., A ., . A, Q X. X e4,.wMQq E NICK BENSON WINCES Cleft! as a member of the SA Health De- partment brings his shot records up to date. More than 300 students with deficient records were im- munized early in November. WORKING HARD Qbelowl on a hot Saturday afternoon, juniors Debbi Chesney, Stacey McWil- liams and Francie Steves give the final touches to a squeaky clean car during the class' car wash. SENIOR VALERIE GEORGE BUYS HER ffar leftl Senior Class picture in Main Hall as other sen- iors wait in line to pick up theirs. TREASURER JESSICA RUT- MAN, VICE PRESIDENT STU- ART SPENCER, AND PRESI- DENT WRIGHT MOORE fleftl draw up the final draft of the Stu- dent Council proposal to be pre- sented at the school board's No- vember meeting asking trustees to appoint a committee to study the feasibility of construction of a Stu- dent Activity Center on campus. TEENAGERS MARTINA OLSEN AND RACHEL WEBB POUT Cfar leftl as Tom Gray alias Albert urges them to "Put on a Happy Face" even though Conrad Birdie is going into the Army at the all-school preview of the Fall Play "Bye, Bye. Birdie." THE ALAMO HEIGHTS MARCHING BAND Cbelow leftl shows off the formation that won them fifth in State at the University Interscholastic League finals in Austin. LEAD GUITARIST STING fabovel and The Police in concert in Austin WORKMEN SMOOTH OUT A LAYER OF ASPHALT fabove leftl on the tennis courts as repair work reaches the halfway mark. Calendar 33 M, -A fig?" ',g,g -siss- ,s BYE-BYE BIRDIE Bye-bye sleep Hello stardom asn't fall play g r e a t ? Y o u were trans- ported back to the time of Ed Sullivan and bobby socks, and when you left, you too were saying, "Bye-Bye Birdie." But, sitting there in the audi- ence, didn't you wonder what it was really like behind all the lights, make-up, and cos- tumes? Well, according to the cast and the directors, it was a lot of fun and more than a lot of hard, intense work. By the time November 17 Copening nightb rolled around, the cast had gotten used to giving up a couple of insignificant little things like lunch, evenings, homework, sleep-no big deal. Like anything else, fall play had its little problems and mis- haps. The cast was always waiting for another Swinny- conniption, his most endearing personality trait and a method 34 Calender that's worked for him for years. CYou know we love you, Mr. Swinnylj Not wanting Mr. Swinny to have all the fun, Mr. Gene Wa- beke, the choral director, had a few conniptions of his own. But a funny thing happened on the way to opening night- somehow everyone went from a bunch of off-key, sing-in-the- car kids to people with mature voices that were fun to listen to thanks to the Wabeke touch. Even after the cast members forget the name of the play, they'll never forget, Cor let her forget? sophomore lead Vanna Kelly's Urun-in" with the cur- tain. Rumor has it that at a dress rehearsal, she was stand- ing in the wings when the cur- tain went up-nothing unusual at a play practice. Unfortu- nately, it got hooked on her dress and just kept going up. Vanna, of course, denies it, but have you seen how she looks at A 5 X .. 'Thug the curtains now? The dress wasn't the onl loss the play suffered. At th final dress rehearsal Cthos practices seemed to b doomedj, they were setting u the "Shriner" scene, whic used a big, long table and bunch of chairs. They went back stage to ge the props but couldn't find thing. In a panic, they grabbe one level of the risers, covere it with a sheet, and had tl? guys kneel in front of it. A luck, or fate, or whateve would have it, Mr. Swinn liked the scene even bette without the table. Togetherness was the ove: all feeling among the cast, bi sometimes it was a little too tm gether. Each sex was suppose to have its own dressing roon but sometimes they just use whatever room they wer closest to, leading to a lot 1 people getting to know a lc about each other in a bi hurry. For the kids who were in i all the friends they made ar all the memories they haw were worth all their har work, tired eyes, aching b4 dies, and sleepless nights. 5. 'i7,:i ' ' 'F Q 2 ? ?'5TH?i'-2 1554417 W' ' "f ' W 1 x iw x W x QKIK w, q 12., P ? 1 X ' A My Q Q. X Nz, 5? wg h 'Q' R131 'S .?,,H-ff V V Q A ",.,z' M 1 'mx Y 7 . , ,IAN I-I XX 4' Z . 1 X X f f - ff K W, x N u , .. I A H1 1 7,4 5 3 5, -"'N 3 A:f,Mi IX 1' V, 2 g , , ' , ef 5 Wm sh. Wx ,x 3 ? ii' ' E 9 I 15 im H 21 e 5: 3 3 1 5, 1 3 1 2 gl x S 4 ! 2 4 ww- 'ill' Vs- 1 ffgvxl1,i'ff,- f - wr if 'lvl w 11, fr n w V ,- -Q' 'V ff, 'xx'fm-u1bMvw:mwwnvmiavnlrWwfws'vw-,ffw"'.ff:H5 X 2 E 2 5 ! 1 L eoords make '83 famous 1983 didn't seem to want to me forgotten, so it broke a few emperature records before it eft. Unfortunately, the re- :ords were both high and low, naking for some confusing vardrobe changes. People Vere beginning to Wonder if vinter was ever coming, when ey were wearing shorts in ecember. Mother Nature ap- iarently "got wind" of the omplaints, so about mid-De- ember she started setting ome more records-lows this lme. San Antonio wasn't the nly place that got especially old-'83 was the coldest winter 1 history in much of the coun- ry. The United States has seen a Et of fads, but this Christmas e "Cabbage Patch" doll took people by storm, with shop- pers almost trampling each other to get to them. The fighting continued in Beirut, but many of our sol-- diers got a break when Bob Hope took a USC show to the servicemen, which he hadn't done since Viet Nam. To make his show a little more interest- ing, Hope took Brooke Shields and Miss America Vanessa Williams with him. The lights on the San Anto- nio River are always one indi- Christmas is offi- This year all new put up, making it spectacular than school had some too-the main hall cation that cially here. lights were even more usual. The new lights Christmas tree, bought by the Junior Class, had a string of ., S. lights on it, along with hand- made ornaments and candy canes. Christmas tree lights wer- enft the only thing glowing at Heights this month. From Thanksgiving to Christmas, North Texas State University loaned the science department some radiation testing equip- ment for a nuclear physics unit. SOPHOMORES Kleftl William Myers, Trey Hellums and Jon McWilliams pull for their team in the SC intramural tug-of-war. AT THE SERVICE CLUB HOLD- UP fbelowl Brad Foster holds his class project in his left hand and digs deep with his right for a quarter so Elizabeth LeFlore will let him in the building. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Cfar leftj pick the biggest tree in the store for the Main Hall. UNDER THE DIRECTION OF GENE WABEKE fleftl the choir performs at the Holiday Concert also featuring the band and Sinfonietta to raise food and money for needy fam- ilies at Christmas time. Calender 39 PHYSICS STUDENTS frightj Stuart Spencer and Armando Rivera work with a multi channel analyzer, part of thousands of dollars worth of radi- ation detection equipment on loan to the high school. DURING CHRIST- MAS VACATION ffar right! on the Campus Life trip Michelle Winship enjoys the slopes at Loveland. AT THE BAND CHILI SUPPER frightl before the concert Principal Barney Newton and Mrs. Newton enjoy the special homemade desserts. THE FRI- DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS Cabovel Debbie Lamm, Rosemary Garner, Jim- my Rico, and Corina Garcia join other Los Amigos members and other foreign language clubs carolling through the halls. 40 Calendar Q if .ma ix YM if Calendar h 41 42 Calendar For the pest year of our lives so far . . . We honor those who have helped make it SO Non-Orwellian Seventeen students were nominated for awards in the annual Optimist Youth Appre- ciation Week contest. Nominated Were TOP ROW Anthony Shields, vocational education, Dan Weingart, Religion, J evvishg Stuart Spencer, religion, Protestant, government, Mary Montgomery, Miss Teen Optimist, Wright Moore, Mr. Teen Opti- mist, Laura Oppenhei- mer, computer science, Johanna Sharp, mediag MIDDLE ROW Yolanda Rico and Ernest Rodri- guez, religion, Catholic, Patsy Bolduc and Ron- ald Cooper, mathemat- icsg Serena Talley, busi- nessg Julie Wheatley, religion, Protestant, Shannon Brooke, voice, Liesl MacDanie1, educa- tion BOTTOM ROW Su- badi Sudijanto, comput- er scienceg- Lucy Cal- vert, government. When citywide Win- ners Were announced January 18 at Laurie Auditorium, Anthony Shields and Shannon Brooke learned that they had Won over all other entries in their categories. Calendar 43 1 i 4 44 Calendar Way to go, ba-and Way to go fclap clam On a sunny November afternoon the 95-member marching band strode on the field at Austin's Burger Stadium and went into their crowd-pleasi routine at the UIL state marching contest. The routine pleased not only t crowd but also the judges who picked the Heights band from some 20 oth AAAA bands for the finals that night. Their form held, for after the performance in UT Memorial Stadium, the announcement came over t loudspeaker . . . "Alamo Heights . . . fifth in state." This was a first-everf a Heights band. Lisa, Mary: Gee, that's smarts! Hurrah Tall Paul We knew it all along, but the whole nation learned that Paul Foerster is one of the best math teachers around anywhere, thanks to the October announcement that he was THE Texas winner of a Presi- dential Award for Excellence in Teach- ing Mathematics. Presentation of the award by Secretary of Education Terrel Bell in the East Room of the White house was preceded by a congratulatory speech from Presi- dent Reagan and, for Mr. Foerster, an in- terview on CBS. A way with words, as well as a pretty nifty thought process, brought senior Mary Montgomery the 1983 Writing Award from the National Council of Teachers of English, one of only 8 in Bexar County, 150 in Texas, and 850 in the nation. In October Lisa Ortega learned she was one of only 100 Texas students in line for the prestigious Minne Ste- vens Piper Scholar Award, annually presented to a select few, 10 or 15, "academically superior high school seniors." .44-'Fl WW H V' mn ' we 12, uf V, A' if 'f All Region Orchestra winners last year, Sinfonietta members Ben Sanders and Paul Tiemann were selected for the elite All State Orchestra this year and performed with the group at the Texas Music Educators Association February convention in Fort Worth. Scoring in the top ranks of all seniors in the nation on the PSAT, which they took as juniors, Paul Escamilla, Mindy Fitchner, Patsy Bolduc and Faith Short joined the exclusive group of 15,000 National Merit finalists in the nation who were in line for one of 5300 Merit Scholarships awarded in the spring. Quite GUIDANCE DIRECTOR ROY BALTER Cbelowl and Counselor Ruby McPherson hand out PSAT scores to students and their parents at PSAT Night in the auditorium. AS THE FIRST SEMESTER FINALLY DRAWS TO A CLOSE fright, sen- ior Li Ravicz joins the corporate misery of finals as he bears down on his Journalism II exam. SENIOR ERIKA BOLLMAN lbottom rightl receives her long-awaited Sen- ior Portraits from Scholastic Photography's Diane Miller. XqN.,. , We V 1 I t fixfiga. -wi .. 7 ai K . ' r f if I ' ,H W , -M E I 1 C WWI W' fsflghf, - 1 il. V ies ' " A MEMBER OF THE TULANIANS fbelowl a rock group on tour from Tulane University plays for the hu- manities class in the band hall. IN MAIN HALL fleftl David Dill- ing, Nancy Norton, and Jackie Criollo order their Senior Invitations for graduation from Balfour repre- sentatives. 84 . . . not quite Orvvellian The fated year-1984-finally arrived, and much to every- one's relief, it began on a very happy note-not at all like the Orwellian image of 1984. On January 1, presidential hopeful Jessie Jackson went to Syria and got Navy Lieutenant Rob- ert Goodman released from the Syrian government. Later in the month, the Democratic presidential hopefuls shar- pened their barbs for a three- hour, nationally-televised de- bate. Probably the biggest news across the country was the break-up of ATKLT. Though Americans looked forward to the dissolving of Ma Bell for months, the thing they got the most of was confusion-which company charged them for which service was the peoples' main question. Heights, too, was busy with activities this month. Begun last year, the idea of including soccer as an interscholastic sport was finally approved for both the high school and junior school. Students had their minds off sports and on books for at least a couple of days in the middle of January, for none other than the nemesis of every student that's right . . . semester exams. Heights considered a couple of major construction projects this month. The idea of a mar- quee eventually died away, but no sooner was it buried than an outdoor bulletin board was approved, and construc- tion companies began offering bids to build it. The biggest news was about an Activities Center, proposed by the Stu- dent Council. On the 19th, the school board announced the members-three students, three faculty members and three parents-of a committee to study the need and feasibility of the project. Calender 49 February a time ot success tor Heights, world February was a time of new beginnings for both the world and Alamo Heights. In world news, Konstantin Chernenko replaced Uuri An- dropov as the Soviet leader after Andropov's death, and the Marines began pulling out of Beirut after months of fight- ing. The 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, brought the Americans pride and joy in a number of events. Debbie Armstrong won a gold medal for the women's giant slalom, while Christin Cooper won a silver for the same event. Bill Johnson became the first American ever to win MEMBERS OF THE ACTIVITY CENTER COMMITTEE fright, work on the charge from the board of trustees to determine the feasibility of an activity center to be built on campus. Appointed by Superinten- dent Calvin E. Gross following a Stu- dent Council proposal requesting it, are members Cseatedl Jessica Rut- man, Assistant Principal Delbert Rowland, Byron Buzzini, and Inter- related Arts Department Chairman Sandy Riordon, Cstandingl Student Council President Wright Moore, Mrs. Winifred Cocke, math teacher Paul Foerster, Mrs. Frances Beau- champ, and Committee Chairman Marilyn Chrisman. 50 Calendar a gold medal in the men's downhill skiing, and Scott Hamilton took a gold for men's figure skating. Also in skating, the brother- sister team of Peter and Kitty Carruthers received a silver medal for their pairs ice danc- ing. Rosalynn Sumners got a silver for women's ice skating, and twins Phil and Steve Mahre won the gold and silver, respectively, in the men's sla- lom. Many things were happen- ing around the school during this month. Mu Alpha Theta held a contest at Heights, and the high school was also the site of the AH invitational speech tournament. Also thi month, the six academic de cathletes were named an Clay Tarver and Tim Steven were dubbed player of th week in back-to-back week by the Express newspaper. Many of Heights' student became aware of the passing cj time in February. The junior received their long-awaite senior rings, and the senior ordered their caps and gowns making them realize how sooi their lives would change. Later, the new Miss Amer ica, Vanessa Williams, visitei area air force bases and hospi tals. IN MAIN HALL, fleftl junior Debbie Chesney receives her long awaited senior ring from a representative of the Balfour Company. EYES AND EARS Cabovel as were on TV sets of the United States were glued to Sarajevo, Yugoslavia during the fourteenth winter Olympics where the US won a total of eight medals. Calendar 51 if-,Z--lg '- ' ff.L Qi, K Q , A ,,,, . ,,,, , ,. ' M-fl ' ww? ,wi . ,,,, A W? f qw 1 W fl4'f Nil y VIQQQ X NFL MEMBERS Cbelowl Stephanie Thaggard, David Harrison, and Sara Ziegler stuff judges' scoresheets into envelopes to be used at the Texas Fo- rensic Association qualifying meet. AT THE ALAMO HEIGHTS SPON- SORED ffar left, Math and Science Contest tests taken by competitors from other schools are scored by Darla Carter, English teacher Mrs. Linda Anderson, Karla Sarran, Mat- thew Dennison, and David Schwartz. DURING THE POPULAR LUNCH- TIME BASKETBALL INTRAMUR- ALS Cbottom leftl Barry Morrell and Greg Zuschlag of Sixth Man play Ar- mando Rivera and John Delmer in the championship game won by Sixth Man. GUIDANCE DIRECTOR, ROY BALTER, fleftl distributes A.C.T. tests to college-bound hopefuls at A.H.I-I.S. Calendar 53 WALZEMTINZ5 Petal power Tel her you love her and help send Los Amigos shopping in Nuevo Laredo h yes, it's finally that time of the year again, the time of hearts and flowers, of reds and pinks, of cards and love letters. It's none other than Valen- tine's Day. Of course this is a big day for many people, but at Alamo Heights, it's almost as big of a deal as a sale at Foley's or a kid's parents going out of town for a weekend and say- ing, "Do whatever you want. You know we trust you." Yes, at AH it's another chance to show status Cas well as genuine affectionb by how many carnations you get. It's also a chance to find out if "he" or "she" REALLY cares enough "to send the very best" Cor a carnation anywayj. So, you're asking, who was the lucky group who got to handle these powerfully per- suasive petals? None other than Los Amigos, a friendly group for a friendly service. 54 Calendar Looking down on all this nonsense, St. Valentine surely must have approved of the love, warmth, and affection this event evoked. And speak- ing of saints. Mrs. Karen Katz, the Los Amigos sponsor, had to have been one-how else could she have put up with all of it? On Valentines Day morning, all you could hear coming out of her room were high-pitched voices arguing over which flowers they got to take to de- liver. If you looked in the room, all you could see were stacks of Valentine's cards and buckets of carnations from wall to wall. For a couple of days after- wards, Mrs. Katz had a glazed look in her eyes, and you took your life into your own hands if you said the word Hcarna- tion" around her. So anyway, you sit in your first period class waiting for that one with your name on it. Do you suppose you droppl enough hints to your friend After all, you're sending out of them. So you listen to the nam being called out, and sudde ingly you hear yours! I' sooner do you get your ca and carnation than you get a other one, and you realize 2 your sacrifices weren't in vai For the rest of the day yt walk confidently down tl halls, thanking each persc who sent you one as you sl him or her, having faith your friendships. The celebration didn't st' with the flowers-no, AH st dents have to embarrass eat other too. The choir deliverl singing telegrams during se ond period, and besides ma ing money for the choir, tl practice gave kids yet anoth chance to avoid class for a fe more minutes. All in all, the 1984 Vale tine's Day was a smashing si cess for Alamo Heights, frc the minute the flower-ladl buckets appeared to the tir when the aroma disappear from the halls. me L, ,.,, , w1fWy.,w,w,,U,f4,f-K, WWW fl -f" ,-" ' f -' ,gs-rw ff fwfwq- mm ..-'-- gm, ,.,. , fw,zm,,g-, - fMf -MWA, Los Amigos member Courtney Banack gives Mary Cashel her car- nations from hlm . ,1 ,, W , AAAS f, 1,519 z if 83? X if f 4 Q ,Y mm, ! E 2 2 Z 5 i i Qu ..,, l ,, yn .,, , Mai ,fi . , H ..y,,w',,,',!v .A f'Y'-PM H ' - ,- "avW,,, t v, f ft ti- 'f" H' ,. .3 . fs . ' it 7' " iw' .. f t t t t 1' t . . .. , . E fi ,. ai .ami I I it f '17 ' ' ' -, ,, -K ,,,, , .. K V . ,M ,V V L frgw MW at wa' S .W,l.,i j 5' f , , ,Q A-gjgfwz :E arf?-tiki., 5 45 ' ' 7' V t f if ,f A aw w W , E' I ,V f :xi-1 fig : f Q f f f 4 Q A f ff 2 ,,, ,V V W ,? M E, V Q .gr Q, , - . 1 i 11 t fi W X , e- -,Q-'.-451 ,, i , , , ix hi! ff fr ff f 5 S Z 1 s 3 1 it .f f E Y ggi 5 if K M 1 232 rg 1 it 5 W , ff, ,,.,,,, ,,,,, . sg 2 . , . wil l f ff gwgifff 4 , 5 , ,V -7-,. ,,a,,g,,,., , ia? ,ip 3 it t f fix is li 2, i 1 E tw , , , , , ,W l VAVV ibm DEDE KOCUREK AND KARLA SARRAN fbelowl sharpen their spelling skills for the upcoming UIL literary meet at AHHS. THE LAST STRAGGLERS fbottom leftl take one final romp on the beach before heading back to the salt mines of high school. 1 , W f f March . . month tull ot activity Though it was a short month for Heights students, March was full of activities in many different areas, including sports, music, and academics. The Mules' baseball season started in full swing, with the team's first pre-district game on March 1. Heights held its own baseball tournament on the eighth, ninth, and tenth, and the team played its first district game on the twentieth. A number of University Scholastic League competi- tions took place in March as well. The award-winning Sin- fonietta took part in the UIL orchestra concert and sight- reading contest, and Alamo Heights was the site of the UIL district literary meet. The big news for students in March was, of course, spring break from the 16th to the 25th. It came at a perfect time- the end of the third nine weeks. After thinking about nothing but exams, students could finally relax and think about their vacations, whether they planned to take one last whoosh down . the slopes, warm up at the coast, orjust do nothing at home. Calendar 59 Academic, Fiesta fun found in April After their Week of freedom in March, Heights students settled down to a final chance to pull up their grades in the last nine-Weeks and the next to last month of the year-April. Academics was stressed in other Ways during this month. After Weeks of intense prep- aration, the academic decath- letes finally journeyed to Rich- ardson, near Dallas, to com- pete. While most students began planning for their next year at Heights, seniors began plan- ning for their next year avvay. Anticipation mounted as sen- iors checked their mailboxes everyday, waiting for THAT letter telling them Whether or not they got into the college of IN THE 1984 BATTLE OF FLOW- ERS PARADE ftopl, the AHHS fea- ture band marches down Broadway. THOMAS SANDERS fabovel gets into the Fiesta spirit by cracking a cascarone on Aurora Archer's head. DELIHTED SENIORS frightl Stephanie Troilo and Jackie Mark- wardt receive college acceptance let- ters from Mr. Rick Walpole in the guidance office. 60 Calendar their choice. In the midst of all this seri- ousness came the best relaxant for most San Antonians-Fiesta Week. Besides the obvious fun, the '84 Fiesta Was special for many Heights students, name- ly those in the band. For the first time in many years, Heights was asked to provide a feature band at the Battle of the Bands. Additional thrill for the group was that they got a chance to perform in their new uniforms. The marching band Wasn't alone in competing in April. At the beginning of the month, both concert bands Went to UIL concert and sightreading contest, bringing pride and honor home to Heights. , L , i A V 1 V i . , af ' l t fi r e , 4, i A v . .,. t, gb I. , f at if x . , -are 2 I ,,.,, 1+ ' r. . A i ,gf XM ' 5 Tift 3 ' f A . . fe: ' ,,,. :tt M ,... . f ili. , 3 M e .,f. gt. f rr 1 r "i' --'-i ' , E7 ESA' vf' .,,. in ii' . 5 ' H eii' 9-if Al-IHS Monopoly Pass Gog Spend money t's 12:35 and you're standing on he quiet cor- ner of Vanderhoven and Fair Oaks. Far in the distance you hear a bell faintly ring and suddenly a mass of humanity pours through the school's doors, into cars parked along the street and senior parking lot, and out onto Vanderhoven. Is the school on fire? Is there a nuclear holocaust and they told Alamo Heights first? No, it's something much more im- portant to Heights students . . . it's lunch time! Even though there are no exams, grades, or credits, this sacred hour brings into play all the essentials ever studied by students. Using geometric properties, they quickly find the shortest between two points-senior parking lot and their favorite lunch spot, there by applying early mathematics to real-life situations. The pre- cision with which this is car- 62 Calendar ried out certainly reflects well on the math curriculum. No wonder Mr. Paul Foerster won a presidential award. Even before they could start displaying their mathematical abilities, students used their persuasive skills to get their fourth period teacher to let them out "just a couple of min- utes early-PLEASE!" With all the talk last year about competition, anyone watching students at lunch knew that Heights was in no way lacking a healthy spirit of competition. It was a photo-fin- ish for some, with cars racing for parking spaces at Taco Ca- bana, and places in line at the drive-thru window of G.W. Jrs. Just as with anything and everything at Heights, luch- time favorite spots fade in and out of popularity as time goes by. In years past, before it be- came Maggie's, Reed's Red Derby was THE place to go fc lunch. The great food made L for the fact that half the scho population didn't know wh: their fifth period class wa since they never quite seems to make it back in time for i Then Zito's and Zito's ar Chris Madrid's swept tl scene, and somehow more pe ple began finding their we back to school. But what about all those lf tlepeople without cars? The went, of course, for none oth than the school's very ow widely talked about tmostly terms' like, "please don't mal me," and "blech!"J food everybody's favorite cafeteri affectionately known as tl Pit. The best thing about it it sides the fact that it doubles a fall-out shelterj is that aft four years of Pitburgers, yi can eat virtually anything. A couple of years ago the was a scare that Heights w going to lose its open camp lunch, and students were e static when they found c they'd never lose their fre dom. " 1' . V1 1 ,i"e1EZfv1265E1if.S3v?k1i4Qiw3'S..siiiwmafzw - ' f XSHSSSQLVS any .M -If p iig A K , ,VQZM Q2 S f ff A ef L K E W , 0 ',LA , ' i5Mf 41 ff ',,L' QS If -,mmf -f Ammu- f. ff K fa ON SENIOR DAY Crightl, seniors bathe in both mud as well as sun at Garner State Park. LATIN CLUB MEMBERS fbelow leftl Jeff Torgerson, Susan Teitz, and Carolyn Blanton practice their Greek dance, the Sousta, for the Texas State Junior Classical League state compe- tition in Amarillo. SENIOR PLAY CAST MEMBERS fbelow right! refine their musical skills and technique by singing scales. V66 Calemlar Looking back, looking ahead May was a time of looking ahead for many-ahead to final exams, the last day of school, and summer vacation-but for seniors, it was also a time for looking back to the past four years spent at the high school. There was a sense of excite- ment in the thought of leaving, but at the same time there was the realization that this was it- there would be no more chances to make up for this blown test, and more impor- tantly, no more chances to see most of the people they'd grown so close to in the past years. While many seniors were lost in nostalgia, many others were too tired to think about it. The reason for this weariness was, of course, the senior play. This year they put on "Caba- ret," and besides doing some good performing, the cast and crew had a lot of fun. While many kids prepared for summer trips, the AH band got a chance to do some travel- ing. They went to Fort Worth for their spring trip, where they competed and performed. After months of waiting, the much-talked-about Olmos ar- rived on campus, much to the delight of the students, and es- pecially the Olmos staff. r AS PRIMARIES AND CAUCUSES Cabovel pick up for the 1984 Presi- dential campaign, students' interest turns to the national political scene. Calendar 67 4 2 2 2 I 5 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS labovel BOTTOM ROW Erika Bollman, trea- surer, Rosemary Garner, vice presi- dentg Tricia Brown, secretaryg TOP ROW Tracey Watson, chaplain-histo- riang Jim Satel, sergeant-at-arms, Kimberly Winship, sergeant-T armsg Doug Archer, parliamentarii not pictured: Clay Tarver, preside Seniors After three years of fun and hard Work, the class of '84 fi- nally prepared to leave Heights, but not without a few last outstanding accomplish- ments. In the world of sports, a number of seniors distin- guished themselves. The Var- sity basketball team had a fan- tastic season, finishing second in the district, and Clay Tarver and Tim Stevens were named player-of-the-week by the Es- press newspaper in back-to- back weeks. Bill Lawrence, a swimmer, broke the school re- cord in the 100-meter free- style, the pool record in both the 100 and the 50-meter free- style, and the city record in the 70 Senior Class Officers leave legacy of top achievement: 50-meter freestyle. Many seniors excelled aca- demically, as well. Mary Mont- gomery vvon the 1983 National Council of Teachers of English Achievement Award in Writ- ing, while Tricia Brown and Paul Escamilla were members of the academic Decathlon team. Four seniors, Patsy Bol- duc, Paul Escamilla, Mindy Fichtner, and Faith Short, be- came National Merit Finalists. A number of band, orches- tra, and choir members quali- fied for district and region groups, and Paul Tiemann made all-state orchestra on viola, while Stephanie Troilo was named the first alternate alto in the all-state choir. The Optimist club nami two Heights seniors as you optimists this year. Shannm Brooke got the youth in voi award, and Anthony Shiel got the youth in vocatii award. All these accomplishmer aside, most of the class's enc gy at the end of the year we toward the Senior Play, "Calc ret." Some of the leads went Stephanie Troilo, Tom Gra Helen Balzaar, Wright Mooi and Stuart Spencer. Sure, was a lot of hard work, but ti cast didn't care about the sle they lost when the realizi how many friends they we making and how exciting 4 opening night is. 1 L ii ? 5 f f N 44' K sf S zz? ig 35 if if Y ik :L-1 af.-iszsfaffvzkirrmsvafwgf'ezgwiiii'ffm ,, f . 1 'V ,f Q .g,:,fmf.,i4 were ' 'vwifdfi : f . Arm, V- l lf ww .gsQi5sQ1szg:wfQwx..'f'w if- NX g A TLV' TW' .5 Q , , , 5 K . as ' fe Q1 w 4 -M v W W N L 1 fffiljz' f. Q, I Whitneyf Ande1-son 'sv s if . 'fra 3.Lk2,!62u5,."i651 -A 1v"1i 1 X' " -14 ff wif, MES if :Z.,Hf'?f"'--3 ' ". fifw, 'F2'T.v, Q14 rv ,Q we Q A M, Some days Marlo Zavala has a hard time telling which way is up Rudy Abad Ernest fAco'sta' Debbie Adams Alice Adamo Stephen Ames Jeri Amundsen n Paul Anderson Qwhitney Anderson Doug Archer Jesse, A1-enivas Jackie Arizpe o no Seniors 73 - I Z we- ff . Aw wg X .... 'V' " -4 .. 5 ' K if N f'?7?1'i Laynel A1fnold ,Helen'fBalzar Trey Banack Q. Maria Balfperg E Q: i E 5 u M.-l 4 , T295 my Keith Beltman. Julianna Bermea Jon Bibb Stott' Bickerton iL ,..f2' . 74 Senffirsb V 'S Truett Bishop Cory Blocker Patsy Bolduc Erika Bollman Stuart Breckenridge Tres Bradford A Shannon Brooke Tricia Brown v Tom Bryant Heidi Burkholder George.Cabaza i Lucy Calvert Marian Castillo Sylvia Cavazos Lisa Chacon i Chris Cheever i Jackie Criollo Steve Curry Cai-rie Cusack Jeff Davis v Seniors 75 M JeffreyiDavis John Delmer D nets Jeff Dillard David Dilling E Jesse Dominguez Susan Drake - Pamela Duke Jeannette Dunworth Brian Ellington i Craig Ellis D Annette Emmons 76 Seniors .k.k . .... 0 , ' ' -.., ,na ggl -Avi 990 . . f. - A- A Sai, X , f' ' f D 1 e. me la 'KBC ' 2 - 'gli QS?" :se fires A L v , iv 1 , , l 5 X? 3 D of 1 Laura Welssler, Heldl Burk holder, and Emily Winton pose be hind their latest artistic creation. Y' Ma:t in 4Espgr2a Rdbert Esfrxida M Melissa, Evans' Willi8 m 'VA. Fagan T ,Mike Ferndndezl Mindy Fichtner 5 Jeff I?isc he1f Dora Flores' h Duane Flowers Curie Fuhrnjann Paula Gaddis Brook ,Gallagher Rita Gqliggos 5 Bonnie Garcia ' Seniors 77 Rosemary Garner Lisa Garza R31 Steve Garza Valerie George Jim Glotfeliy Greg Gonzaba y Tom Gray Holly Greene Tracy Grieshaber Nanette Griffin Pablo Guevara Mike Gutierrez Norma Gutierrez Roland Gutierrez 78 'Seniors r 8 1,51 ,, A M S A 4 - -v. f -rrQ, a,.z V 4 A A ,M K me-f f we isa Mg, in I -,,k g ,wr a' W ,f in 1 .M ina. 1: Q ,L in S is -Q Q. ' 'U if ,Q ,fa '-1 f Q V K i 'Kin .jj ' R il? sr . Qsfy rir Q ,..w. John Delmer and Hutch Harper find true friendship in Senior parking lot. 5 7 5 G 14, , Q f X 4 ' ,f .V . , V -41 . M 'Y' me x i? Senior Class sponsor Linda Ander- son, Shannon Brook, Annette Em- S, mons, Tricia Brown, Rosemary Garner, and Susan Wysoki hold up the Spirit Stick won by the senior . class in a Pep Rally Spirit Compe- tition. i-tA 5 .i'f .:gB.iclgwleHalter f ' Jonathon Handy, jrlutch Harper ff William Harrell Juan Herrera Vliayneglleriferaf' it S Sinioni I-Iinton , 7EtlianaI-Iukef sfsphen liilffmeyef Richard Hiinter Christie I-Iyltin, S David lngiish it Seniors Marvin Ivy Delight Johnson Sean Jones Leslie Kale J Jeffflijoller Sky Klaeveman ' Conrad,Klahn Jill Knight Phu Lam L Quoi Lam Annemarie Landry A J Dan Lanfear Bill Lawrence Jeanne Leatherland L Lenya Lemon Antonio Lopez Phillip Luna Liesl Macdaniel Lisa Magruder Jackie Markwardt 80 Seniors V 'T ' e sg . we ,, ,... , 3 Y V a 1 'F 3 ' 1 X i . Maw? -wwf e s .N ,--. f . ,f H:-r,.. A-K.,--,. -fi 'L S' "?i59'5:Q5', - wi? .... f 1, wo ll fl f g- X e - ' is.: -5 5253 .ivy Q. ' - xt . Ar. -Sf 7 5 J ,if S A3 On a warm October day, Jeff Kjoller, Scott Garnet, and Stuart Brackenridge are suddenly struck with Senior Apathy. 9 f?BaciIio Martinez Maia Haii 7 to 'Tricia Mason S e J ack Mattihiessen il ilit V S Lance McDougall M S Bennie McEwen Danny McGrath S Seniors e eMike'McKoiven Linda McSween, Dennis: Meadows' Martha ?Mendiola, Jesse Mendoggx . .Shax-ifMiller Mary 'Montgomery M A Clint5Mooz:e Riehgrd Moore ' ' Wright Moore Brennen Morgan Blake Morris w Dan Mowles Lisa Munn 82 Seniors www, V4 we ff fl v, - -W Af ff 1 My ff S , ,, 15 J ,.,,, , ,'QA, K ' V' n :Michael New Jim Glotfelty and Jennifer Math- ews sing "Always and Forever" in two part harmony at a football game. m Natalee Newell f Qmia,-iiwewg f hw-fwwzz A W ll ' .7 ,Z . 1' X355 7,291-Q :Z igfm JZ' A A ff ns ig fr 3 V 'ft if 5 M? s 5' f 7 fo , 4, 4' 54 , ,,... Hoang Ngo l e , Courtney Norris, Nancy Norton Callie Novosad .. we Kristen 0'Connor e l n Brueelflffieltl Magne Olsen l Lisa Ortega 0 ,yin MW ,. , . xr, 4, . Catherine Ostrum . e, l Kevin Pape f Charles Patnode n Renee Peterson a 4 vm l A l Seniors '83 ' qfDdaVifTPfei1 h 5 5 gliaiie Pittman as g Cody Pletz a d Karen Powlas W d d ii d Lelaoyi Pi-yor Ana Ramirez 1 L iffwdimiie Raxdslebend 1 a ' ' Li Ravicz I i i Giafiaanebonaeos A f iSfevea'Richa1'dsonl l f i 5 Yolanda Rico a Leslie Ridgill a i k Clay .Rips Armando Rivera i Debbie Roberts 84 Seniors :Y 4 . . :- A F ' '1 Jeff Dillard flashes his "Hey Bud, Let's Party" look as the final sec- onds of the football game tlck away. 'x Sharl Miller smlles unsuspect- ingly as Stuart Spencer prepares to bite her neck. PW if 'ii .1 awww F ' 2 ' , 'Ya' , 6' uv' f, ,,,, .. 1 ZW 45ff A lfgf 46? 64 gf gym? ' ' yn E L, . Qp'1 Y' H5 .... ,VLM , :if '. :M f .IS fwz: - ' , , 'IQW4 Wifi' f ? 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Q ' K K S .,.k1w . . t S S Chris Shields t S S Faith Shorte S 'W S 1 1 Bert Simpson he t -.V "UQ .iii f, 51,3 if , " 1? e Joeg Sisoo 7 S fx Dan Sitterle S 4' I n pChuck Smith S S o 1 e .VT148SiSl'Difh t S S I R .fi W S Aurora Sola , F g!Z9'iQ.f'gf7' W 3 At Howdy Night, a masked Jim Satel tries to take an anticucho as Paul Stone looks the other way. + SStua1'tSpeheer i 86 Seniors ,A fd! X Q ..: ,ae 1. xv X We M-X 'eg Wl ... , a U ' , ' Z aw wg, awk ,itil .N fvew. ' Mu., r f. sf 1 A 2 X 2 K M Ning, , fe D ,-f iffEI?lr-4 Julle Wheatley and Jeanette Dun worth laugh at Kimberly VVlIlShlp lleftl, who just realized she has a date in 15 minutes V. QNX, kg Scott Staffelf Heather Stanselllt Becky Stern A- - Cathy Stevens e a Tim Stevens Paul Stone- t l John Sours Subadi Sudijantoa Giles Summerlin Serena Talley 3 t l 'Briant Tarver- Clay"1'a1:ver t t t Seniors '87 l L Bin Thomas 9 Patil Tiemann l h Debbie, Tbtres Bobby Tiiesch Ronnie Tringle Stephanie Troilo Melissa Turner Mareo Villanueva l l l l Anna Vitela Deborah Watkins A Tracey Watson ss seniors l l V- 4 --"- f H ' ' ' W , W I , Y f X Wm 1 K , ff ' H " -fn, ,fi Lisp g k , ww fm ' 41 fi xg ,Q ff' Q Dan Weingart 5 Laura Wcissler m 'R 'fi' A V .3 5 5 -' ', t Melxssa Watt f ' ' mMu'ffet'Welmaker 4 Q Julie Wheatley A- ' 6 Jackkwhite ' f fm G Shane,WhitefieId' V srephanie wi11igms , MU., lf-Aw 'Emily Winton f ,Brett 4 Workman f Susan Wysbki m A sixf' qi 1 ' Lii Yolidrl . Chris Youngf .SandraQYsassi f Anne Zach:-jf ff ff 3' 1 .Lisalamoranoi Marior Zava,1a ' W Bernabe Zepeda J ' J Seniofsl 89 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Rutman, sergeant-at-armsg Lori Ben- presidentg Martha Spencer, vi Kabovej Lee Ann Perry, secretaryg nett, chaplain-historiang Janie West, presidentg Jaime Crystal, sergeant-: Elizabeth Leflore, treasurerg Jessica Pefliemenfefienl Debbi Chesney, arms- Nevvly metamorphosed juniors strut their stuf The juniors, after finally set- tling into their positions as up- perclassmen, got a chance to let their talents shine through. Starting off with raising mon- ey, the juniors' skills extended into areas including sports, music, and spirit. The year got off to a good start for the class which won S25 for the best booth in the Howdy Night booth decorat- ing contest. Besides the 325, they also added to their bank account with the cotton candy they sold that evening. In Oc- tober, the group held a car wash which brought not only money, but fun as well. Some of the money they raised went toward the purchase of the an- nual Christmas tree for the 90 main hall. The tree, placed on the em- blem, was strung with lights, ornaments, and goodies for students. The Class of '85 started showing achievement early, when 20 juniors were accepted into the National Honor Soci- ety at the beginning of Novem- ber. Sports proved to be very ad- vantageous to many juniors, some of whom were on the golf, basketball, water polo and cross-country teams. Barry Morrell was the pitcher for the varsity baseball team for the second year, while four juniors made the school proud through football. David Be- binger and George Schroeder made the All-District tean and Michael Morse and Er: Moore qualified for the Al City team. Many other juniors wer very successful in other area A number of girls enjoyed tlf "graduation" from Wrangler to Spurs, and two junior Shannon Raines and Anr West, were varsity chee leaders. Tammy Sykes, the marchir band's feature twirler, rr ceived a superior rating on University Intersholast: League twirling soloin Nr vember. Kelly Sellers, fir chair trumpet player, had solo in the marching band contest show, which was fifi in the state finals. +33 X Y ff Q . if i Y 1 Q M W ka?-f I 'Q Sa ' Z ,pwfyf . EN, vi. '-.wx .f, Leflore . '-m. ,L x v iw! my ,X Qs- -"' - .., af, K 2 - R, e ' ,A V: bf N, , . 5 Q , . V is E! 9' -is -- W 5 ra' 1 'f .. ...QS- , wx , 'Q 5' f ' - QQ K iw " W. fs , 5 6 ' v i 1 1 55 3 , W- " wa, ,-, for wa. 45- 2. A.-QV' .WF A . W , ,X , fa F ,.n I 1 fl? 2 m5ff: ' :?' f' . W 1 4? il' f M ,X X 2. W I A if 4 I f , -1 -1. ' 4 1 1 I r,,,,,,,,,,v.,.. fix Wa- 1 4 During a World History skit, John Hovenden uses Lisa Rivera to demonstrate the old Roman substitute for- battle helmets . . . hair 1 rw " ' Awww ' Z' ijywwggg ill", SPWY- A gf: fa 'isw ,. 2, v, ,,., ff -1f,.w, ff' 2M A , ffwguf 2 1 -.'0""'?"'- '::'f.W--'4"' .fl " .if .. 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Q 44Msqh1ae1'sanc1m'e e Ray Safldvvsalf i e Bexi Sanders T f soee K3r1a'ySa1'rano l 1K1-is Shrrah e- h iBiCliai1:i11lSCarsella l Ge0rse5Sfhrveder'o Jeff schueuel i l chesley Seals 1 Collin Searls Vg Ve 1iAmY5e1?eSf8 e e Kelly Sellers o f -Juniors 1 lilly Sandee Servin a Kim'Shodrockt Lucia Shulman t RobertiSingleton I 1 m 7 Carter Smith I Dawn Smith 1 Ellen Smith Laurie Smith - a Paul Snow Sara Solon Martha Spencer t , Joe Staffel, S lMark Stepsisf S Brent Sterling l Francie Steves Drew Stewart , 'Blair Stone Kenny Strickland Beth Sutherland Tammy Sykes Misty Tagle Clayton Taylor I m Yolanda e Tecuanhuey ,S Allen Terrell 102 Juniors "w r f H - X4 x wx ei X R' xg. J F55 'w e as sk Qs X x E sg Q 1 w, is ss este? -4. we .--., gf seg S it 5 in 5 Q - a 55 my vi ., - i w- w e GRQQY3 , 'fx Kea rxrcisfs-2 ' was Q dfeili i t , fx me 5 S 5 Q N Q Q 2 2 as , . Q .. g gi, ' 1 sg , f 5 , Q se A mga we ewlskilesi f- - ., Q- .. S fs or t R x Rf ' it ,.-. mr 1 . 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Lindsey Terrey t s Stephanie Thaggarde Tadd Thomas e Loretta Torres Ashleigh Travis V QHamiah Tucker i Omar Valdez e Richard Vasquez Bobby 2Velazquez ' iBethiWaldsachs V Lori Walk' Sharon Walker Joe eWarren e Donald Wayne Anne' West David. Whellan Laurie Wolfson Rudy Ysassi Sara Zeigler Greg Zuschlag Juniors V103 E at if at J ' ig, Q , it W 1 tt - l SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS tariang Julie Windes, president, Cory Nentwich, secretary, Stepht Cabovel John Beauchamp, sergeant- Kathryn Johnston, vice president, Archer, sergeant-at-arms at-arms, Cynthia Cazort, parliamen- J Class ot '85 earns wings, gets it togethe After a seemingly eternal year of being laughed at, picked on, and hassled until they didn't think they could take it anymore, the freshmen of last year finally graduated to the esteemed position of sophomores, or to quote the Greeks, "wise fools." Now it was their turn to do the has- sling and they thoroughly en- joyed every minute of it. Though losing the stigma of being freshmen was their main accomplishment as a group, the Sophomore Class was full of individual talent and accom- plishments in many areas, in- cluding sports, music and dra- ma. As well as the many sopho- mores involved in sports such as football, tennis, basketball, and water polo, there were 104 some outstanding tennis soph- omores this year. Both Sylvia Flannery and Tammy Fitch were in the top eight on the girls' Varsity tennis team, while Mike Malakoff was ranked number one on the boys' varsity tennis team. Learning to blend in with groups, many sophomores were part of the awards and honors gained by musical orga- nizations, including the choir, strings and band. Acting combined with sing- ing seemed to be at least one of Vanna Kelley's talents. In the fall play, "Bye, Bye Birdie," Vanna had a lead, did a fantas- tic job with it, and won many hearts in the process. As well as their individual accomplishments, the class had many group successes. 1 Howdy Night, they had a "VV a Fish" booth and a Godf ther's Pizza booth, and mac over S250 during the evenin Since the Sophomore Cla was no longer required to git the Favorites Dance, the looked for another project They eventually decided on gift to the library-blank vide tapes to help with all t things the library tapes for t school. Looking into the future, th sophomores made plans to pi ticipate in the administratio . newest plans for summl school. Any group interests could sign up to sell food 1 "munchies" for two weeks the summer school student break. ff e, Q F V N IQ 3 be 1 ve 4 5 Q wi I. -Il il' -ffM?ff' ' 'z fWf5E9ivi7f" 'Pill ' 15. 511+ f:i75'4sIQs'X? f i i Abbey fAndygAdanis Graf! A101118 5 M fllessich if' Alvarado Aux:org,,Archer r t 1fStephen Archer Joe Bakke B1-ibn Banks s l'ChrsiSf0Pher Barton 'Lisa Beagle . go John Beamgchampi Eddie Bellis Benedum Nick Benson gStacey Blgnehargl ' Sophomores isew' Y? K A W Thao Ngo and Leslie Atwood M struggle to finish their mile which if i x they run every other day in P.E. tennis iii .ali LJ ff K, :fa ' ffm .Mir f V f ,,i1.wa':',: ,W y Q 31 1 ' -: 'ffl , S ., 4 3 is ZZ ,na 5 ,lt of 1 if ,fm 44 - f 'A - 1 4' .fe mar.. A , , Q jf ,A 2 W, .ve 1,7 ".' '." ,S Q 21 , W 4 ,,.. M 'ft' f abr' v. 'W' a s 1 arX 521. If bmw' g f , ws 'Ji ' rw 'au X we if 1 Q? K 7,2 ,W ay 4 X f f A H of A , , 4 H' , na- Jin S k M. W 1 f JY I f Mr ' f 4 , I w .A 3 QF' V ,.. M, xgseggf-gf f 2 7' XX idly- 2 ,gel fn i ff 1' 4' -asf yw 0 ivan- A-Xi. 4-sv 3 rn My www! WW. 4646- Eng., 1 2 H Y rr- ,! 1. Sophomores 107 Cynthia Cazort Yyette Chacon h f 1 'Melinda D j D T Chambers Aysei Cibildak f DaleiClark a ,Julianne D . ' campers Jessica Cox K David Crews Thomas C1-oftsf t i Susan Curry D D iMarshalle Davidson e D LisaDaVis t e a aLeah Y ' DeBrooke W Juglio DeLeon Robert Devine Gina Dillard Seana Doherty Kristine Dunlap 108 t Sophomores My wiv 1,4 At Howdy Night, Katie Bryant is forced to work after being caught with a thousand tortillas in her purse. 21' 'VIL' s ffl? 5' 5 ,, ,gm ?2f ff JW ' if i D 1 .KKK V ww 1.21, .,,, - ,V .gif ,f,,,.f.:Y W-Y fi 4. 42" ts-pigw' im, ,-, ,,: W V, ,. f M' vzf., , 1 isa 4' ,' A 'FQ V 'Z may ,WM , I .ss .,, 1, im L-Q3 'MJ w w, ,,,. "" M,.:, ,5 w , ., 'ez'-mf! "' f - f f 4'2- Aw 1 L P 'fggazm W' ,..Z52'g.,.7 Mgr M 3 -yi W 4 , 4 2 5 ff "H G.. 1 ms- , , K I tbl! V 'K . Y M1 U mv ' uf: 5 eff . V in i? ,f 3 R. f b 1- , .- uw if ' 1. 1 ,fxvzvf f V, M ,-ww "1 W W- V-.M Q ,V - f J- 15 .ik x gfw. Q 95"-1 .' Sumwgg., -.rp me er f f .mf WW?" ml.: W2 W 41 .1 ,, , af rr H Q: 2 4 Q. 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Bob Kline Dede Kocurek Tricia Kocurek Nathan Lang Charlie Leake April Lew Lisa Lew Yvette Lewis Andrea Little John Little Debbie Lively ,Sandra Lopez K PaytonLord 110 Sophomores . Q o 'X 'Q fum? ' w l NR E K xl. . f ,, 2 ,N il: 1 i s Q3 X is Q. X 2 e R X fo X S mel GX E ' N," X F S so N5 X 5 5 -in ' X 1 V . 3 wtf' 5 c in V J Kwai ., QEFIY R 1: X ,-Mew, S ax W N y 4 S 5 3 V -x on K+ X X x X s 2 was W , S N 2 f so E-. i r. 'gl JE X J Ski gf' If Q2 5 v K' 5 MQ. , ' ,Q Xl 5 Q W X R Q X mu ,-7--f.::'Qf- f---- ' ,:: I ex, mi Q l e,+ ' Info s fi' we in f ,J I K , K . RSX' -LW B' - own, 1 ,X , Q X W f 2 'RS 'K x K lg ,srl , si pg N P i I , 2 I Io like if X ue MR fig? Q av SN X f sr ENE b gs 4-X R 2 ,am-"' Q Jr!!! , X l -,'- 1" if ww? S e ,lille fr ,X 5' 4,5 if owe Madrid f Amy Magruder Mike Malakoff Pete Markwardt Brenda Marsh ancy ,Maftitt Angie Martinez Edwina f Marvin V Pier 'Mathesdn Sieve ' A AMQ:Carthy, Carter K MeCrary MCCilf,ChB0h Annie' Mclnnis Jon I f'V Mcwillihms Q W Siephagxief Mengden ' Sophomores 111 i Catherine Y ,Manger in William e e an Meyers Ashley Mock Ramona e , lmobrman Micheal Morris t Anne Moses e Danny Munoz Cebern Q Musgrave n Martha Myer f Beth Nawrocki Cory Nentwich A Q l ,Theo Ngo l Molly'0'Bryan nCarla,0liver Rhonda Oliver Kathleen 0'Neill Albert Ortiz George Parker 112 i Sophomores --'- "" X X,, W' 5 K in sg X 1 . , Qc 1 . sb f f E X, - 5 X13 5, X' J? Q ei ssh si 2 fvr Q... 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Qlliamsdiiiirf - James Randal 5 S11n2efiff5i5gii255y 2 l Redmond 't' ' Audrey Rekgyes Kafe gReini ggex Angelafneifan CHf i5iBphef7 i 1 Rice h' Sophognores Leigh Rips Fabian Rodriguez Del Romeu Sharon Rork Debbie Rubio K1-issie Salome Terri Sandoval Elizabeth Satel Amy Schmidt Roy Schweers Joe Scott Stephanie Scott Michelle Shankle Fred Shannon Debbie Shephard 114 Sophomores Senor Joe Ingle, after being rudely awakened from his siesta by his teacher, makes his way to the of- fice and a reprimand from Mr. Rowland for sleeping in class. 'ia ssl,ysas .33 r :GY .a:,.:h A, 'X E N i l.l,. ,. as -- 3 1 f if -I 'W E wgti QR 25 , " SWS n N N . . , , 1. YZ ,ywFg?M 132 5-,. : .-,. 15, lil 2 ez B lil ' .fl,.la,rrsllf ll ,fh -X if il A . 'lf l lu af-5 1 ., 'X Aff:-or . i W Af .. 'K -we 7 ,A -Q r-- Mun' F. .4 aff' a 1 f W if fe: at rl i 1 5 1 5. . ,N - s 6.16 Angela Sherrod Andrea Sleger John Snell Miffy Sours Quinitin Stansell Jessica Stephens Laurie Stephens Jody Stern Richard Stevens Sarah Steves James Taylor Fred Tecuanhuey Susan Tietz Becky Tolar Nancy Tomassi Jeff Torgerson Thi Tran Chris Troilo Susan Truesdell Elizabeth Tyler Sophomores 11 5 Alfonso Uribe r 5 'Suzie Urrufia Carisa r Yglentipne 'Joe Van Meter Joe Villzirreal 5 Christine in lfillastrigo Matt Walker qnrew Watson Jeffrey, Weiss in 'I-Iollyn I Williiamsli Mark Williams Linda Willis . JulieiWincies' e 5Michelie Winship I-Iunf Winton 116 i'Sophomo1-esy P' if we I af Y Z aj wif My 'Q ff? if ff 7,32 I 10402 T3 in fnffgla ,my , W U' 5 If , ' 1 fm, xx 'QXN' W.. 1' -' f'a7:,a-,gm u p ff? 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' f L' " ' A 'E' . f "' fps!" i M ,f E555 'X iz f x yfil 225552 eli f aw' ff q...2:: xnn YJ ,, menu., .zzzz A 1mm...z WH-mf V ilwnifidbf 4 A A W ,,.'....w1-",, 5, ,fxfczg if W U , 7 ff 51, 5 42411 ,y ag f , wa, yr W Cf if git? 1- p ' me ,, ' 3 r 7 I Debbie QWisheski Jason' W fx Withqrspoqnk h Susan Wifowskii David Wright iDuane Wright Sliartimn wright Af J4lY0gg01'Si Patrick Yznaga m Da hi6l fzdpetlir David Zifneda Sophomores 117 FRESI-IMAN CLASS OFFICERS Cabovel Ellen Zachry, secretaryg Lou- ise Conklin, presidentg Christina Watson, sergeant-at-armsg Richey Wyatt, vice president, Kate Coiner, treasurer, Carrie Kopplow, parlia- is mentariang Lizzie Martinez, s geant-at-arms, Marion Oppenheini chaplain-historian Freshmen The freshmen, or fish as they were affectionately called, had a very good year considering all the obstacles they faced. The sight of a lost freshman looking for an eleva- tor or a bewildered one being held by his feet scrubbing the emblem with a toothbrush brought back memories of ev- eryone's first day, of first week for some, of high school. This year's freshman class was unique in many ways. Theirs was the first class to go through the 6th, 7th, and 8th- grade junior school, and they were the biggest class at the high school in a long time. The class raised money through a couple of successful projects this year. They had a booth at Howdy Night, and in 118 Freshman Class Officers greet high school vvith a big splas March they held a candy sale. The money from these went towards the purchasing of tur- keys at Thanksgiving for all of the school's custodians. This "plebian" class, as they were thought of by most up- perclassmen, had some out- standing talent in the area of sports. All of the freshman teams, such as football and basketball, had an excellent year and came out with win- ning seasons. An outstanding individual athlete was Becky Davis, a freshman swimmer who broke a seven-year-old school record in the butterfly. At Homecoming, John Shep- pard and Roxanne Chumney were voted the freshman duke and duchess. The freshman cheerleaders were Sta DeWall, Melissa Bothe, ij drea Wood, Allison Glo and Jennifer Menger. The fish also took part many extracurriculur acti ties besides sports, includi clubs and music. In fact, m freshmen were involved inail fall play and the fifth-in-sta marching band. After months of work, t freshman class proved its ents, established itself in school's heirarchy, and ear the respect it deserved fr' the other classes. So, as the year drew t close, these people prepa for the tricks they would p on next year's fish, and t prepared themselves for th freedom from "the stigmaf l iz 1 s, Q, S s 'E ip ii? E ix at K 'W 'GM J Qian! 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Carrie Kopplow Caroline Korbell Matthew K1-egor Chris Kurtz Charles Lander Eric Landry Susan Lathrop Stacy Lawrence Lynn Leatherland Cindy Ledwig Anne Lew Jeff Lewallen Lovely Lewis David Linzer Mike Lipscomb Anne Long Jay Lord Lara Luna Lile Maeder Carol Mann Greg Marcus Jennifer Marth Andrea Martin S r--Q, . . ,. , 'ff ' N QM, as N as as is X ' ,vas -ws s ,Xe Y Calla! if 6 X L? 2 as assi L, ,Z K 4, - C -asa. ax: 2 f gal 'it .E X X X 1 as X L 75 M X X as is r 1 X N A25 ,Q 1... 3 xN R nm g xx in X ' is Q X x S C ,., ZS -asgyef-A, . : X w, fn- s ,f.ff':5lf ew if S ata sX if K1 XX F 3 . ,- a C , Ag ain I 1 595. .' a a as 5- 2 In ,L f' K ' ' , 1 Q, ..i. ,L .. :sSiXJfk9'7Y5? " 2 Qsfgsgafirfs e - gt if L s ff- 5? 9 5 f' 6 swf C .-wwffiv, , ,, :,: , , , :ff 1 5" :f 1 F Ising sg iii Kira.-.L--,. tl ,H K, 13 2 , 1 X -sf ' E za' i f" gf E 1 ,Q K as ,M 1 X sf Q rx lx i ans Ne if rl Q Mis a X NK' X' x E X m Q3 X 1, X iff? ' 'QJQS Z 'a ,gf X ,. Q ef? ,, ,sa . , .. gg: Q "Wit 5 5 Q Mr 'W' WX K my X WE X X ,amiga ug X sw av 'fin WX sh " u 'S fm- 2 N ' :sn- :pav 5 - V K Pg f , ' K A. M, P Lizzy Martinez L 126 Freshmen 4 SLA -f fi:..L -.'. 7- Eiiiilnifi - W ssea . , w 7,2 QT izkitiffifsss sigh elxXxlixis.1,5mmsrs ,ea Swirl, i f . d A is , 5.-viiiir m . -- ..,' After trying on his new Wrangler uniform, Elliot Houser discovers that these are his colors, while David Watson chuckles. E X w 4 fs X s 2225 W 5 W x X 32 H K H EER? if ig! W .,.,.. . ei R ' E Q gi. Mr sig we we XX Q is in Q Xa X J, .. saga Q 5 S? 'Semis fx 1 We X gg S Y X 7 Q5 W, X Z. 2 ' i 4 .. CQ 8 M K A R ja- elf 31 Hifi? S 8 T x E g -- 'UK V' . ,..,. . a f' 1 4 , 4, N- M4 V4 AQQYWQK mf-we-4 ---- . Lys- 4. fw- gf3Lf X, Q., 45 X M , , rss. xl Q Q, , X xii X ig? Na vm A 'Qi Q X V I pick 4 'Lx vs Bk ma.. we ..., - ., l-W., L , N-., Q x X 1 HQ!!! A E 5 it f S we x X X V x Lx X ' 2 X ,X 9' ww Q' Q X x X 6' X f 4-.S M 5 effirssffa :if -'EZNQJ' N- . 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Rios dd Nancy Rivas 5 Bill Rodriguez 9E1'hi0 Rodriguez Gracie Rodriguez d NfeiSy'R0driguez d Lisa Roller Carlos Rosado T 3Ruben'Rubio fShelbyVRubiola I 128 Freshmenb I ,M 2 ,, , V, f 1 K ' 45 , 44. '- - -W.--,gf yfwmzm, wh 2, T' , f ffm" d 1 Q f My , ' ' ,,dh , A ag yd? ,H ,,,, I ' ' .,:,v,:3: ,Q f 33 if 1? ff W vw W "1-11-'. w ,s " wif" fgxxond' f,11:ty?:: flfiiiv - K ,'.g-,4"'N1.,,L-'- 5.x-'5' ,Q Mmm ,g l . ,.,f'4f-,W , gL.:M,, Qo- , fm in f 15 J 4 . . ..,,,., A , ,W .wi ..,.,,,,, Q , 6 f 1 5 Af f 44 ff 4 1 15 y W gf Z' all X K Q Q M 1, I sf' I ,I ,,..., K ' ,,,, mil' d V I YM 1 l ,, f , M ' '- 'k'w'2,'if'f wifi. pziazii? K d , ' M ff-'M ff M '1 5 i df-M gg? 5 , gf g- K 5' 'Q' . " . wg, 1 V 'uw My " L' A we ff ff 1 :f J -7 WMZW X 2 g ww ,W Q6 if sh 4 pf- 5 ' f 11 M 2"f 5 W 4 1 , , , Q, is A ,Q 7 X ii f ff -- f 2 1' x I Q. a,...,1" ' 1 I mu' d v f Va Y ,on f vm v fi M f N ' gag I 5, E , ' e y 21' -f 3 L missing school. While Christina Watson is trying to think of an explanation for just receiving A.E.C., Lisa Dreeben thinks how great it will be 040 4 yy fn' lv, X ,f S Q ' ,'a' " ' ' ' hw n 'il M ,,.. i A ,. j I V, V, , 1 Q g H V 3 K,,V A X , ,M-JN., .trail .14 ",.,f'.,zf " -- XS f 4422 fr nf.: 5 , 1 26 1, . 1 ,. ,2- 4 ,4 Q if f . v ig ' 5' V CJQ2 54 y 'i 'A gg? 2? "' W' M, .,,,+ ff ff f wg' I 4 I 4 ,f S1 jf Z Q! M ,W 1 455, V f I ,, . W- . fm' 'HUP' Doug Ruch David Russo Nathaniel Rutman Josh Rhame David Salony Tommy Sanders Susan Schneider Lucy Schraeder Robert Schupbach Harry Schuhmacher David Schwartz Julian Schwartz Nancy Segrato Chris Senn Sylvia Sheffield Kiki Shepard John Shepperd Britt Simpson Ronald Slone Meg Smith Quentin Smith Albert Solano Freshmen 129 ., M, Q AP1Z1lf5f9Y?RF75 s Ll 91I+E11?9111aSfQPS1Ssee W , . iff'-14fV4.1: 'QL fiiffgi Qi ,L H195 Ng ilk K ,iff e 3 Sfifiifbfi 51:1::1?9v1deeg?aE999 e , 5 2E?? 3?i?i?m?e 591931 V 3 1755 P?13h'Te1'1'eYe ' iff ',k. A BQCFY Th91'?1t0!1 K .yy'.r ,li :L i e F1'?efr1iadQ1?Pe' il 1- ,TIJQIIBH ' e ? 11011239 'Clfilldfaeiffimrred . Alison T11ing1e q Melanief1'tn:neg' A eDAehbiegF1fye15 L?Q Q !???S!i'TQeFe1FC? 130 QF1-eshmiene e 2 t .,., , ai,-Miiily We ' V M' px2Hk,, , 4 44 ,gi 5 5 4 if ,I s ' 5 Y X gg - ' Wy 4 S, 5 ,iv V ,I ff. e keeps ? We hope of af if Wzyo "R W an-.15 ,VL wif' vi! 9-1 f 3, 'H wwf' LV M ' ffif' 3, X OW gf 3 1 1 , M gf I I MTL Q - L 3 , , : x N- f Qlxrisfine ' . sf ., ... ,, ,..f U . ., "A- Jai YfiIi1i11f?Y1211E f 73911555 TY 2 W? filly' W6g114??i f if iQ Hi13f!??X l:W?' 3E'??5 slg5 2 K 1, in QW. flillngwn l Christina K4C1?L'W5'9?'5iQ1 g B1a kes. Weich9rt 1 W Baqlal iwggggqrf l ! CHif65 W6Sff f4 RebQ9ce4Whe1lan All611 qWi!3SQ13S ! sfe1 1sf wi1 kfnsoni ilffnvifer s1i9bS3ifffFY!1H12f' 1 ' ' l Q 4951? wil' ,, f1f?03!?fi5QYbHiiE 3 I2 Ellen flhchizifl T lP"f'?i'k 4 Freghmgni ' V W?3 dG1? ? 5 4 1 1 nq 1 -W-f1EM ff wmu-.Mwwmrn-m..,, . Q S 5 Budget, competition, school taxes board concern After a busy summer work- ing out the Alamo Heights school district budget for the upcoming year, the Board of Trustees started off the 1983- 1984 school year by imple- menting the results of the pre- vious year's competition com- mittee study. . The board's first move on the committee's results was the hiring of the new athletic director and head coach. Gay- lord Fenley. Along with Fen- ley came a new assistant coach and many other new coaches. Trustees also adjusted school taxes in the beginning of the year as a result of the Bexar Appraisal District's re-evalua- tion of all Alamo Heights prop- erty, which raised the value of most homes three and a half times. The board authorized major remodelling, at both the junior school and high school, this year. During the summer, eX- tensive construction began at the junior school and contin- ued through part of the year. Some of the renovations in- cluded resurfacing roofs ov walkways, expanding roorr and making the entire campi wheelchair-accessible. Early in the year, the hig school tennis courts were on' again closed down for resu facing, forcing teams to pra tice at the junior school. La year the courts develope cracks, which were filled hope of eliminating the pro lem. The cracks reappeare however, so the board decide to have the courts complete stripped and resurfaced. we-t+ Dr. Calvin E. Grossg Crightl superin- tendent Mr. Harry B. Orem, Cabovel assistant superintendent Dr. Don Hendrixg Cfar rightj curricu- lum director Mr. Harry Stanfordg Qfar right bot- tom! business manager g it ttt' 134 Board and District Administration DARD OF TRUSTEES fbelowj, nted, Mrs. David Spoor, secretary, rs. Wallace McGee, assistant secre- 'yg Mrs. Chesley W. Johnston presidentg Mrs. John A. Williamsong STANDING, Mr. Michael S. Brenang Dr. William P. Fitch, IIIg Mr. Rich- ard Halter, vice president NATIONAL MERIT SEMI FINA- LISTS, Mindy Fichtner, Patsy Bol- duc, and Faith Short, wait at a Sep- tember board meeting to be recog- nized by trustees for their achieve- ments. ig Agfa Changes tops on In the face of eight reports by the National Committee on Public Education and a state report by H. Ross Perot, chair- man of the Governor's Select Committee on Public Educa- tion, the district administra- tion spent much time compar- ing Height's curriculum poli- cies to those recommended in the studies. The school leaders also had to deal with the recent House Bill 246 proposing statewide curriculum listing specific content in course areas. Fortunately, the district was already a step ahead of state and national trends when it produced its 5-year Plan for Academic Progress. Intro- duced last year, the plan ad- district agenda dressed most areas stressed in the studies. The district revamped all the elementary math and lan- guage arts programs, and PE and science curricula were scheduled for summer Work. Also to be drawn up this sum- mer are the plans for a major works social studies program which will be introduced in the high school next year. In relation to House Bill 246, plans Were implemented the second semester for a seventh period at the junior school. In addition to educational to- pics, the administration also grappled with new evaluations for district property, the first since 1972. Board and District Administration 135 Mr. Barney Newtong Crightl principal Mr. Delbert Rowlandg Cbelowl assis- tant principal Ms. Jane Leizearg Cfar right topl as- sistant principal Ms. Margaret Morrisg Cfar right bot- tomj alternative education director . f . , Guidarce focus: Higher level education was the Guidance Departments primary focus this year. A new registrar, Sally Beard, added a new face to the office, and both faculty and students are still getting used to the two-year old GIS and LRN databanks. The Guidance Information System, a computer-based guidance program, provided students with information on colleges, occupations, financial aid, and military careers. The Learning Resources Network, a collection of videotapes of colleges, gave students a chance to visit the campus without leaving the high school. These tapes were free 136 Guidance and Administration 'life after AI-IHS' of charge to the high school and the college furnished as well as maintained them. The counselors encouraged juniors to take the Scholastic Aptitude Test sooner, giving them a "head start" on plans for college, and the staff also began evaluating the effec- tiveness of college visits. Early in the year, the high school encouraged attendance at College Night in which col- leges from all over the nation supplied interested students with information. The high school provided shuttlebuses to the event, the best attended ever, held downtown in the Convention Center. Academics still main priority ln order to maintain the high academic standards which be- came firmly established last year, the high school adminis- tration worked on improving more of Heights' programs and curricula. Concentrating much of their effort on the science and social studies departments, the ad- ministration upgraded the sci- ence equipment and made plans for a major works social studies program to go into ef- fect next year. Another main objective this year was to make school an en- joyable place for both the stu- dents and teachers. This only means that the school leaders wanted Heights to be chal- lenging and interesting for both the students and faculty. As well as the academic as- pects of school, the administra- tion also focused on tardy and attendance policies by making both more strict. There has al- ways been a penalty for a cer- tain number of tardies, but starting this year, the punish- ment was stiffer after fewer tardies. Due to the new attendance policy, in which students were allowed only 10 absences and a reason for the absence had to be given, the school had a 96.21 percent attendance re- cord, the highest ever, after the first six weeks. Mr. Roy Balter, Cleft, guidance direc- tor Miss Ellen Kenedy, Cfar left topj counselor Miss Ruby McPherson, Cfar left bot- tomj counselor Mr. Richard Walpole, Cabovel voca- tional counselor Guidance and Administration 137 ATTENDANCE Ctopj Mrs. Benita Casarez, Mrs. Janet Sarran, Mrs. Nell Bernhard. PRINCIPAL Cabove leftj Mrs. Lou Edmondson Cabove rightl Mrs. Janie Luna, Mrs. Helen Kelsey BAND SECRETARY fahovel Mrs. Kasha Young GUIDANCE fright! Mrs. Sarah Beard, Mrs. Barbara Hor- vath, Mrs. Glenna Fearing 138 Secritarial Staff Jafetenal Maintenance SA- . ,,,,. , EZZZH., gf, .., z . , , ffkg ggf' I f Q 5 W Q A ' ,?f'v . f fa, rg, ,MA .,k. , 2 +,mJ w2T, f95wfz!mHQ's VWQQ LkkV,,f' Ang My ' , m, q. A Ysgwwy minvg Q W ,,, K A A Q L, CREW ftopl FRONT Mrs Angle Rodriguez, Mrs. Mayer, Mrs Paula Reehg Mrs Pearl Harvey, BACK Mrs Connle Falcon, Mrs. Ma- ria Contruas, Mrs. Patricia Fletcher, Alicia Rodriguez, Mrs. Dorris Kirby, Mrs. Reuben Moya MAINTENANCE CREW Cabovel Mr. Nino Cardinas, 5 .,Q Lrg. , wy5Q! i' -Q' f QEHWVWYH' HWS J If fmff an Q HMWWQ A . is E , if f M Mr. Raul Martinez, Mrs. Katie Gar- cia, Mr. Reuben Moya, Miss Adelle Martinez NOT PICTURED: Mr. Mar- tine Leeg Head Custodian CafeteriafMaintenance 139 English studies zero in on oommunioatin Development of communication skills, both Written and oral, once again was the focus of the English Department curriculum. To help students learn to "say what they mean" Writing assignments in all four grade levels gave the opportunity to express thought clearly in a variety of styles including imaginative Works, personal diaries, narrative pieces, and analytical articles. Gral communication skills were refined in individual presentations and group discussions in class during which students dealt Wi themes or aspects of literature being studi or topics of current interest. Students had the chance to use these ski throughout the year in such competitive siti tions as the annual Miller Poetry Contest a the Spring UIL Literary meet. Four years this intensive emphasis on communicati helped senior Mary Montgomery become o of only 800 students in the nation selected receive the NCTE Writing award. chairman W"-en-We Mrs. Linda Anderson, English J' .. . A V. A A . l :"' ' kkkr " A . . 0 Mrs. Susie Ranson, English II E - W Major works, English IV J M' l developmental, department 1!-,-.N I' 'A .. ,V . ss.. , W I, English I Major works Mr. Charles Boggess, English II Developmental Mrs. Marilyn Gonzales, English II, Advanced Reading, Basic, and Introductory ' Reading. Mrs. Marguerite Kownslar, English III Mrs. Gertrude Krueger, English I Mrs. Mary Norman, Olmos, Journalism I, II, III, Hoof Print Mrs. Norma Quarles, English II 140 English fl. ..-' ff' . WHILE STUDYING Cleft! THE SCARLET LETTER, Miss Ernest Mae Seaholm's fourth period junior English class watches a library tape of the classic. CONFUSED Cbelow leftj Sharon Rork, Krys Burleson, Amy Madrid, and Magna Olsen, pay close attention to Mrs. Marilyn Gon- zales as she goes over their grammar exercises in English II. Dr. Mary Ellen Quinn, English as Second Language Mrs. Sandra Riordan, English IV, , English IV Major Works V it at Mrs. Elaine ,Z x Schermer, . - -',..,.-.'.:- 1-ff1,f'i::1,:t Iv 'i"2 1'i Q English Iv. ,.., 1' . .i zqr ,,,' ,IW X' loo, Mr- Bill English II MRS. VETA WRIGHT'S FRESH- MAN ENGLISH CLASS Cleftl lis- tens as she reads the library rules to them. JEANNETTE DUNWORTH, SIMON I-IINTON, ANNETTE EM- MONS, AND ROLAND VIRELLA Cfar leftl get into a group to discuss ANTIGONE, the topic they are writ- ing on in Mrs. Elaine Schermers fifth period senior English class. English 141 Mrs. Dorothy Thompson, English II English IV Mrs. Ann Tibbets, Engllsh III, English III Mrs. Veta Wright, Engllsh I English I Miss Ernest Mae Seaholm, NOT PICTURED English III, Engllsh III Major Works MINDY FICHTNER AND VALER- IE GEORGE Cbelowl use the library references to research HAMLET for their senior English MW composi- tion. JIM MCGEE, DARCI BARNES AND BYRON WELMAKER fright, wait for the next word on the spelling test in Gertrude Krueger's fourth pe- riod freshman English class. HEATHER STANSELL fright, gives a report on HAMLET in Mrs. Riordan's senior English Major Works class. SERGIO CORONEL Cfar right! puts finishing touches on his newspaper column as GLORIA REBONATO supervises in Dr. Mary Quinnfs English as a Second Lan- guage class. 142 English nterest in foreign languages on rise The Foreign Language Department exper- enced a lot of growth this year, with a 15 per- ,ent increase in the beginning levels of Span- ish, a 10 percent rise in the number of French tudents, and an increase from three to 22 Ger- nan students. Students also learned about the culture be- ,ind the language they were taking. Spanish lasses performed skits, did research, and re- ited speeches and poetry, German students ad dialogue tests, and the Latin scholars studied Greek and Roman civilization. At Christmas, the Spanish and Latin classes carolled in the halls, and some of the Spanish classes sang on barges down the river. In March, the French students competed in the French symposium, Latin scholars en- tered the Texas Junior Classical League Olym- pics, and the Spanish students were given the chance to take the National Spanish Examina- tion. gt Lemma as Mr. Johnnie Eng, Spanish I Spanish II Major Works, Department Chairman. Q i st, i ' ff is-v X ii ' 11.1 ' -Q s 9' 1, ,Q 'li I Mrs. Linda I zlu Anderson, I fi T German I Q 4 X K .. , ,,,,,,,,i,. ,tl Miss Susan II, Spanish III Major Works l haus" an old German song. Foreign Language 143 Baltes, Spanish MRS. NORMA QUARLES' LATIN CLASS Cabove leftl sings the school song in Latin to help improve their vocabulary. HELEN BALZAR ffar leftj portrays an old lady in a skit during Miss Karen Katz's Spanish III class. STUDENTS IN MRS. LINDA ANDERSON'S GERMAN CLASS lleftj tune up their vocal chords sing- ing "In Munchen Stehe ein Hofbrau- T0 FURTHER fbelowj their Span- ish vocabulary, Mrs. Esperanza Ol- vera's Spanish Il class watches a li- brary film. IN ORDER T0 HELP HER STUDENTS LEARN fbelow left! about Latin culture, Mrs. Nor- ma Quarles leads them in the Greek Dance "Delos". MRS. MARY KAY WILLIS fright! explains verbs to her fourth period French class. THE BIG BAD WOLF, fbelow rightj Stephen Archer, tries to strangle Little Red Riding Hood, Courtney Banack, in a Spanish skit they perform in Miss Susan Baltes' fifth period Spanish III MW class. Q1 'we X, Mrs. Karen Katz, Spanish I, III, Spanish IV Major Works Mrs. Norma Quarles, Latin I, II, III, and IV. Mrs. Esperanzo Olvera, Spanish I, and II Mrs. Mary Kay Willis, French l, II, and III, French IV Advanced Placement 144 Foreign Language V .5575 W , ' 'W 4 P if U, 41 af 1 ig , . gf' YR W I f. W-M ' ,. Creative abilities stressed in interrelated Arts Students with artistic interests and abili- ties had their choice of classes in the Inter- related Arts department. Those with musical inclinations partici- pated in choir, strings, or band. Members from all these groups competed in district and region try-outs for their organizations. In order to get a feel for performing, dra- ma students acted out plays in class, and later they prepared for their UIL one-act play competition in the spring. Speech classes gave students basic skills in public Besides stressing theories and basics, art classes Worked on "real-life" projects, such as preparing T-shirts and programs for many school productions. , Humanities, a two-hour course open to ju- niors and seniors, presented students with art, drama, music, and English. A number of speakers visited the class this year, includ- ing Harriet Mullin, a famous black poet, Dr. Mackenzie Brown, an Eastern religion scholar, and John Bradstetter, a New York City Opera star. , i K 2 my V f . '57 speaking as Well as logic and reasoning. Mrs. Sandra Riordan, , Chairman, Humanities Mrs. Carol Ackles, Art I, II, and IV Mr. John Bridges, Honors, Symphony, and Jazz Bands Mr. Ira Evers, Speech I, II, and III ,f ' iffy'- , t5 M, ' ' Mr. Harlld Reynolds, Assistant Band Director Mr. Gerald Schwab, Humanities Mr. Bill Swinny, Drama, Senior Play NOT PICTURED: Mr. Roger Loving, Art I, and II -f QSM--2 . -W5p:i'i BACILIO MARTINEZ SMOOTHS ANY ROUGH EDGES ON HIS WOOD WORK Cleftl he is making in Carol Ackles Art II class. Ms. CARLA WRIGHT'S SINFONIETTA PRACTICES fabovel during fourth period for a Christmas recital. Interrelated Arts 145 NOT PICTURED: Ms. Carla Wright, Strings ., .,,, ,, a ,f 1 .Q .ot 5 6 33 Mr. Gene . . N Wabeke. . . Y, 5' Humanities, ' Chorus. Advanced M Chorus 4, .. , TOMMY BRYANT POSES WILL- INGLY ftop right! as guest artist John Squire Adams sketches a chalk drawing of him. BROOKE GAL- LAGHER GIVES AN ORAL PRE- SENTATION Cabovel in drama for an exam grade. IN ART II ROGER 146 Interrelated Arts LOVING ASSISTS ERIKA BOLL- MAN Crightl in cutting out a design for a silkscreen. MR. GENE WA- BEKE'S SIXTH PERIOD CHOIR PRACTICES flower rightl their Christmas songs they will sing on the River in December. PAIGE SANDERS fleftj gives a speech to her class for an assignment in Ira Evers Speech I class. FOR THEIR LATEST ART PRO- JECT fbelowl, Bobby Dean, Jorge Resandez, Meissy Rodriguez, and Da- vid Delgado, write calligraphy in Roger Loving's class. Interrelated Arts 147 Expansion, honors bring change to rnat The math department enjoyed a year of ex- pansion in many aspects. The growing interest in and demand for computer skills brought about an expansion in the number of computer math classes from one to five. The increase 'in the computer program brought an expansion in the department as well. Two new teachers were added to the math faculty, one a full-time computer math instructor. Teacher Paul Foerster brought recognition and honor to Heights on receiving the Presi- dential Award for Excellence in math teach- I departmer House to accept the award and participate seminars. The award included S5000 to be i vested in the math program under Mr. Foe ster's direction. Mr. Foerster's Algebra I boi was published in hardback form this year. set of these books was contributed to I-Ieigli by the publishers. Contests through the math department e panded to include computer contests, in whi- many students participated, and for the se ond year members of the math team brow bagged many lunch hours to prepare for the meets. ing. I-Ie made a three day trip to the White Mrs. Susan Thomas, Chairman Geometry Major Works Mr. Paul Foerster, Algebra I, Calculus Advanced Placement, Trigonometry Mrs. Marilyn r Massa, Algebra II, FOM I, Geometry 2 . "GET OUT A SHEET OF PAPER FOR A QUIZ," says Mrs. Susan Thomas Cabove rightj as her Geome- try Major Works students panic. COMPUTER MATH IS INTEREST- ING TO ROWLAND VIRELLA fabove right! as he works diligiently on an assignment. PAUL FOER- STER GIVES NOTES fright, on Al- gebraic Functions to his Algebra I class. 148 Math 6' K , . ,nm ,f 42 2' ,,,,N.....-..-.a-nv--N- STUDENTS GATHER AROUND MRS. SUSAN THOMAS' DESK Cleftl to find out what they made on their nine weeks exam. JOHN SOURS WORKS AN EXAMPLE PROBLEM ON THE BOARD Cbelow leftl in Mr. Paul Foerster's Trigo- nometry class. INTERESTED STU- DENTS TAKE NOTES fbelowl as Ms. Carlyn Ricks lectures on "angles" in Geometry. IN ORDER TO POINT OUT THEIR MISTAKES fbottom leftl, Bernabe Zepeda and Leslie Rid- gill put Trigonometry homework problems on the board. "HOW MANY RIGHT ANGLES CAN YOU FIND IN THIS CLASSROOM" fbot- tom rightl, asks Ms. Marilyn Massa as Carol Mann and Jose Flores begin to count. ' -my Ms. Carolyn Ricks, Geometry, Consumer Math, Geometry Major Works Mr. Bob Sutton, Computer Math Mrs. Rebecca Wallace, Algebra I, Pre Algebra Math 149 CONFUSION RISES IN MS. ISA- BEL ZOHAR fright! as Tom Hart tries to explain his definition of a Quadratic Triangle. "THIS REALLY MAKES MY DAY" THINKS ROSE- MARY GARNER Cbelowl as she looks at the grade on her last Trigo- nometry test. BRIAN WELMAKER AND CHRISTOPHER BOWLAND Cbottoml give an oral report on the Binary System in Algebra I 'fiffr 4 ,fjfl ' ,fa . -. W v' 395 , . Q, W E, 1. if E H Y' P : :1 E as 5 '1 3 2 2. S 2 9. 5 Algebra, , Algebra I, 'L" ' Algebra II g Miss Mercille Wisakowski, Pre Algebra, Algebra II, Algebra II Major Works M M ivi 3 "r' ' Miss Isabel A Zsohar, FOM I, f Algebra I, -2 Trigonometry A 150 Math n-class, on-job training make OE classes different iThe Occupational Education department's urpose was somewhat different than most of le academic departments. While other stu- Fnts were studying math or literature, OE udents were getting prepared for employ- ent, through both in-the-classroom educa- n and on-the-job training. Many of the courses offered on campus by e department provided students with skills ey could use after they left high school. Gen- al Construction Trades, Office Duplicating actices, and Coordinated Vocational-Aca- mic Education exposed students to voca- ns they could pursue, While drafting and gave them skills they could use around-the house-fix-it situations. Students also gained some practical abilities, such as balancing a checkbook and writing a business letter, in personal business and typing. On-the-job training as Well as classroom edu- cation was a part of many OE students' lives. From drugstores to dentists' offices, students gained the practical knowledge and exper- ience which accompanies holding a job. As Well as learning how to deal with money and manage a budget, they learned how to deal with customers and co-workers and how to deal with the responsibility of being em- ployed. The Occupational Education department ex- perienced changes this year, with the addition of a new drafting teacher. egg I , ,If ..,.,..... A Mr. Rick Walpole, Coordinator Mrs. Elaine Carol, Homemaking II, Home and " Family ' ii. a f vt 5525123 Ti E f 'Y - . r B 1 is . . Mr. Curtis Cox, Buslness Law Miss Peggy Cox, Accounting, Typing Mrs. Nila Earle, Homemaking I Mr. Bob Foster, Drafting I, Architectural Drafting BEFORE WORKING ON A PRO- JECT IN SI-IOP, lleftl Scott Ruble sharpens his tools. Occupational Education 151 KAREN POWLAS AND ANDREA MARTIN CHOP UP PEPPERONI Ctop rightl to prepare a pizza in Ho- memaking I. DRAFTING I STU- DENTS fright! Coty Pletz and Row- land Gutierez draw plans for their future dream homes. AS MISS PEG- GY COX SAYS "READY, BEGIN," Cbottom leftl Ana Ramirez and Su- badi Sudijano are prepared to start typing. ELIZABETH SATEL, SARAH STEVES, AND MARTY GOLDSBURY, ENJOY A PIZZA fbottom right! they made in Home- making. Ms. Betty Gordon, Coordinated Vocational- Academic Education Cooperative Mr. George Jared, General Construction Trades I and II Mrs. Gail J osephson, Health Occupation az Mr. David Moad, Shop I 152 Occupational Education A CALLAHAN lbelowl uses the printing press to. run off programs for the ristmas performance of the Sinfonietta in Mrs. Barbara Welch's ODP class. -M Mr. Paul Smith, Distributive Education Mrs. Wanda Tassos, Typing I Mrs. Barbara Welch, Office Duplicating Z practice I and II Mrs. Lavonne Wiltse, Home Economics Cooperative Education I and II IN MR. DAVID MOAD'S SHOP CLASS lleftl Horatio Alfonsin cuts a board to make a bird feeder. Occupational Education 153 Making physical education enjoyable PE goal Making physical education enjoyable was the main goal of the PE department this year. In order to make students think of it as some- thing they want to do, instead of something they have to do, the department expanded many of its programs and activities. As opposed to only playing one sport in the winter and one sport in the spring, the PE classes were very diversified in their activi- ties. Gne addition was the use of scooter boards, which developes gross motor skills, exercised arms and legs, and was fun as well. Using a cage ball, a huge air-filled plastic ball, the PE classes played scooter soccer, baske ball, and kickball. Indoor hockey allowed sti dents to play something besides basketball i the winter. A new course offered this year was PEXVW ranglers, in which half the year was spent fu filling PE requirements, while the other ha was spent learning Wrangler routines. The newest addition to the campus was tk expanded weight room, constructed durin the fall. Additional equipment and centralize location enabled PE classes as well as athlet: teams to take advantage of the facilities. SHANNON PLUTCHINSKY THINKS SHE'S NUMBER ONE Cabovel, coming in first as Amy Ma- gruder comes in second in Larry Ox- ford's fourth period PE tennis class. WHEN THE TENNIS COURTS ARE T00 WET T0 PLAY ON frightl, Larry 0xford's PE Tennis students, Duane Wright, Michael Morris, and William Harrell run laps in the gym. T H 0 U G H P R I S C I L L A HERBERT IS N 0 T S U R E SHE IS QUITE READY Cfar rightl, Debbie W i s n e s k i , S t e p h a n i e Mengdon, and Debbie Tyer are ready to face so- ciety on their scooter board Mr- Gofdfm Mrs' Linda train. Garrett, Ballinger, Coordinator, Gil'lS PE Boys PE 154 P.E. as Mr. Charlie Ms. Karen Mr. Gilbert Boggess, Boys Breyman, Hines, Boys PE Health PE, Intramurals 1 Q Ti f WARNING THE STUDENTS ABOUT THE DANGERS OF ALCO- HOL fleftl, Melissa, a representative from the National Council of Alco- hol, speaks to Karen Breymann's health classes. MRS. LINDA BEL- LINGER'S STUDENTS STRETCH Cbelowl, as a part of their daily phys- ical activity. NOT PICTURED: Ms. Margaret Landrum, Girls PE Mr. Hershal Lansford, Health, Boys ffigzcfp P.E. iA,,,, U, I. ' L L:-12112 tei' ' L . , . Mr. Leo :"' , McDaniel, - Swimming Mr. Larry Oxford. P.E. Tennis SANDY CRYSTAL MAKES A WIN- NING BASKET Qabove rightl in his PE class, before his opponents can catch up. AS PART OF A PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST. fleftl. Larry Ox- ford times his students in the one mile run P.E. 155 Variety spices up From testing rocks to dissecting fetal pigs, students enrolled in the science program were exposed to a variety of experiences. To meet the needs and interests of all students, courses were offered on developmental, regular, and major Works levels. Courses included physical science, biology, chemistry, and physics. The goal of the department this year was to insure that all students acquire scientific liter- acy. Other aims of the courses included ac- quainting students with science and the prop- er methodology involved in its study, exposing students to the scientific processes of verifica- tion and validification, and introducing stu- dents to the technology and equipment used in laboratory procedures. The department continued the evaluation and further development of its curriculum, in life in science departmer order to insure that all students enrolled in th same courses were given the same materiz and experiences. The AP courses were studie to determine Whether their orientation an emphasis Were geared toward preparing sti dents for advanced placement in colleges an universities. Physical science students developed a four dation of knowledge through simple exper ments. Biology classes used living organisms t study life processes. Chemical behavior an the bonding of elements were the main topic of study in chemistry classes. Physics student enjoyed the special treat of radioactivity de tection instruments on loan for a month fror North Texas State University. it ., Mrs. Countess Chairman, f fj 'n f frt r 'if Biology I, ' tii' Biology I if Major Works 'P S E Ms. Claire Anderson, Biology I, Biology I Developmental Ms. Veanna Carpenter, Physical Science, Physics A . p E T0 GET A CLOSE LOOK AT PRO- TOAZOA labove rightl, Biology I stu- dent Leigh Ripps uses the micro- scope. BRIAN TARVER AND 156 Science HOANG NGO MEASURE RADIO ACTIVITY fabove rightj, on a Geiger counter in Dr. Mary Ellen Quinn's physics class. KEEPING A SAFE DISTANCE Crightl, Angie Sherrod and Marisol Luna watch as Christine Villestrigo tries to disolve sulphur. lr. Andy Cobb, hemistry I, re. Physical cience, hemistry II lajor Works Mr. Robert Comer, Biology I, Biology II Major Works Mrs. Joy Pruett, Physical Pre. and Developmental Physical Science Science, I - Dr. Mary Ellen Quinn, Physics I, and II, Physical Science , . .. . .tx . sm. I ft., seas .N-W Mr. Guy Riggs Physical Science, Pre., and Developmental Physical Science W ,wmfwwwxfw . s1,,,.x.WWf 5 M, Sf ,,f W wfw49ffW5sig,sQzx 5 ,V S' A ..,f. 5-Liilifi .1 3 ' qs t X Q , 1 , . wi sm, 5 K is -I i, K .. fl . ' s ie .Q . t . . - . s I ' QS - , , .-.sa . ...mm I. - ...fmfaiw ffm, -gt W L . , ---' .QW X B V V 9. 7 X "Tiers 1 ff ' ' ,f . A ffm 15459 - -f as S -' . Q nzf 1 --"5-fm M -sr -1: " S. A - . KV K Ti x J ' f w ,SE V1 t Q' ,L I 7. if its ,V E ig : fe ' 3 f ew- -1 ,f g ' 5 1 . n WVII f . 4' pf f 3 5 fig s S32 5 -"--' 4 - 5 . I ,S it " f I " , ' - kg. 1.-- -+ff, '-.f- ' ' E .,n. K .3 , J BIOLOGY STUDENTS YVETTE CHACON AND NANCY BAKER TAKE NOTES Kabove leftl as Mr. Robert Comer points out that there are living germs on everything in the room. MR. ANDY COBB GIVES AN EXPLANATION OF ABOGADO'S LAW Cleft! as Allen Terrell and Mar- tita Olsen pay close attention in Chemistry. USING A LASER BEAM IN MAIN HALL fabovel Physics II Major Works students Pam Duke and Hoang Ngo discover laws and proper- ties of lasers. Science 157 Changes add interest in social studies classes Change was the big news for the social stud- ies department. These changes included a world history and plans for a major Works pro- gram to begin next year. To give students a more in-depth look at non-Western cultures, the World history classes spent three weeks each studying Afri- ca, Latin America, Asia, Russia, and the Mid- dle East. Much of the departments time this year was spent developing the criteria for the major works classes due to go into effect next year. The program will cover the entire range of social studies classes from American History to Governments!Economics and will be imple- time. Besides the changes in the department many classes had interesting projects to gi' them a better understanding of social studie American cultures, a freshman social stu ies elective, was designed to acquaint studer with different aspects of many cultures. A other elective, open to seniors, was commui ty service, which gave students a chance teach a variety of subjects to children frc kindergarten to junior high. Many different activities including outsi reading and participation in a mock trial f "hands-on" experience with the justice sj tem, were used to supplement classes. mented at all levels of classes at the same Mrs. Mary Zuschlag, Chairman, Government Mrs. Anne Collins, American History, World History ,. . .. is V' , - 1 V. x K I Mr. Curtis Cox, it X Government ON NEWSPAPER DAY lfar rightl Melissa Turner and Danny DeLeon read articles assigned to them by Mr. Curtis Cox in Government. STE- PHEN AMES GIVES AN ORAL RE- PORT tabove right! on Sigmond Freud in Randy White's sixth period Psychology class. ANNE COLLINS' 158 Social Studies FRESHMAN WORLD HISTORY CLASS fright! sells homemade cook- ies for a Sociology and Economics project. Sg- s 1. nf E -,,f in eria i E E -an-,,,.A,... WORLD HISTORY STUDENT TOM HART, CONFERS WITH MRS. PAULA MOORE fabovel about the upcoming final exam that will cover everything learned so far this year. STEPHEN AMES, JULIE WHEAT- LEY, JEFF KJOLLER, JEFF DA- VIS, AND LESLIE RIDGILL, PLAY BOTTLENECK fleftD, a game to teach them how the Senate and House work, in Mrs. Paula Moore's Government class. FOR HIS PSY- CHOLOGY RESEARCH PAPER fbelow leftl, Jeff Dillard uses the Mi- crofische to find information on his topic. Mrs. Joanne Furtek Cox, American History, American Culture Mr. Mark Hewitt, American History Mr. Gerald Schwab, World History Mr. Randall White, Psychology, American History NOT PICTURED: Mrs. Paula Moore, Government, World History Mr. John Seaholm, American History Social Studies 159 Survival skills major thrust of resource curriculur Designed to help those students with learn- ing difficulties, the special education depart- ment centered its curriculum on teaching ba- sic life skills needed to survive outside of high school. Smaller classes made it possible for students to receive specialized instruction, and "real- World' situations prepared them for indepen- dence after graduation. Special education courses for resource students included math, English, science, and educational assistance. Resource chemistry classes acquainted stu- dents with substances and chemicals they would encounter in their homes or jobs. Ex- periments with household items, including salt and sugar tested with vinegar, Water, ai heat familiarized students with chemical prc erties and reactions. Math classes focused on the math skills ne essary in business and household transactior For example, students were given an imag nary 95200 and a number of newspaper adve tisements and told to find the best bargair Both this and learning how to balance a chec book taught them how to deal with money Education Assistance class, something like study hall with credit, offered students ti chance to receive individualized help Wi anything they were spending their time o Mrs. Lydia Arzamendi, Resource History, Resource Math, Ed. Assistant Mrs. Jean Keating, Special Ed. i 'Air" .a,,. i r ' i .r '-5 - I. fnrfr j '13 V-.. A. s .7 -,,,k' 3,3 ..rlt.'. . ..., -.-- i I .iw 5' fi . I - tri, . Mrs. Susan Swann, Resource ' Government, Resource , ., i, lv . - - ' 1 . . - w W History, Ed. assistant u l --ff t Mrs. Kathleen Turner, 'W 'L t Resource English, Ed. 5 .V Assistant y Mrs. Shirley Winslow, E. D. Mrs. Irma Louie, E. D. Aide NOT PICTURED: Miss Beth Thiele, Chairman, Resource Science, Ed. Assistant MRS. LYDIA ARZAMENDI IN- FORMS SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS Cabove right! of impor- tant dates in the history of America. MRS. MCCOLLAR HELPS A SPE- CIAL EDUCATION STUDENT frightl with reading skills. 160 Special Education Library expansion big plus for students Along with its usual functions, the library is low expanding its facilities to include a wider ange of resource materials for students and eachers. i The library's microfiche has gone through tiany changes since its first appearance on the cene some years ago. i Besides being updated and expanded to pro- 'ide more information for students, a brand ew feature has been added recently. A microfiche "newsbank" is now part of the facility, making clippings from major newspa- pers all over the country available for student use. The media division of the library is also growing and involved in a number of new pro- jects this year. Guest speakers from a variety of professions have been recorded while discussing their ca- reers with classes and organization in the school. F Garcia, Librarian Mrs. Dorothy Harbordt, Clerk s.... A . Mr' Bob Parker, Audio Visual Specialist Mrs. Enriqueta JUNIOR MARIE LANGMORE Cabove leftl laughs as library helper Elizabeth LeFlore stamps her hand instead of the book. BEFORE AN AHTV BROADCAST Cfar leftl Audiofvisual director Bob Parker checks equipment. SENIOR JEFF DILLARD fleftl uses a microfiche to find information for a debate. Library 161 The excitement rolled on. For starters you got the date you wanted. I And you got a part in the fall play. 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LEACY PRYOR fbelowl, Spurs ma- Jor 174 Spurs For Spurs, it was up early, work late, and SMILE .h:g, ff' 5 EXECUTIVE OFFICERS Ctopj BOTTOM ROW Mindy Fichtner, Sergeant-at-arms, Laura Weissler, treasurerg Rene Peterson, vice presi- dentg TOP ROW Anne Marie Landry, sergeant-at-arms, Anne Zachry, presidentg Jeannette Dunworth, sec- I retaryg Tracey Watson, chaplain! his- torian DANCE OFFICERS Cabovel Mary Elizabeth Welmaker, captain, Julie Schroeder, captaing Leacy Pryor, majorg Heidi Burkholder, cap- taing Kristin O'Connor, captain THE 1983-1984 SPURS Cabovel. Be- fore the Edgewood pep rally C1-ightl, some of the Spurs gather in the stands. THE SPUR DANCE OFFI- CERS Cfar right! do a routine to "Ma- niac" from Flashdance at the Mac- Arthur pep rally. 176 Spurs ,....4., Spurs 'Stayiri' Alive' at 6 am. For Spurs, work began long before school started and con- tinued the entire year, with many 6 a.m. work sessions. During the summer, the group went to Kingsville for camp where they received both a sweepstakes award and a spirit pom. Three members got special recognition as well. Kristin O'Connor, Leacy Pryor, and Mary Elizabeth Welmaker were named "su- perstarsf, Due to this, Kristin will go to Ireland to perform, and Mary Elizabeth will go to Hawaii to "strut her stuff" at the Hula Bowl. There were some changes in the dance team this year, in- cluding new night uniforms and another dance officer. Besides dancing at football games, the group performed at home basketball games and even entertained at a UTSA basketball game. AT THE LAREDO PEP RALLY Che- low leftl, the drill team dances to "Sh0pping." AFTER AN EARLY MORNING PRACTICE Cbelowl, the Spurs head toward the dressing rooms to put themselves together for school. MANAGERS Cbottom right! Johanna Sharp and Linda McSween. Spurs 177 BAND PRESIDENT ANNETTE EMMONS Cbelowl conducts an offi- cers' meeting in the band hall after school. AFTER PLACING THIRD AT THE WESTLAKE MARCHING FESTIVAL Crightj, an ecstatic group of band members crowds around their much-deserved trophy. THE BAND Cabovel keeps the stands entertained during half time with their routine to "El Tigre." THE 1983-1984 BAND frightl. 178 Band 'Une more time and this time DO IT RIG!-IT THE UPPERCLASSMEN AND AL- READY-BOUGHT FRESHMAN SLAVES fabove leftl watch the bid- ding as the next slave-to-be is auc- tioned off. ON THE WAY TO CAR- RIZO SPRINGS Cbelowj, Kenny Strickland impatiently waits his turn as Rhonda Oliver braids Layne Ar- n0ld's hair. AN UNIDENTIFIED BAND MEMBER fbelow leftl re- laxes on the way home after a great performance. Band 179 THE 1983-1984 TWIRLER AND SILKS fbelowl CENTER Tammy Sykes, twirler CLOCKWISE FROM BOTTOM CENTER Payton Lord, silk captaing Cheryl Uecker, Lenya Lemon, Alison Tringle, Marissa Ma- drid, Mary Ellen Rios, Leslie Ridgill, Dee Dee Borrego, Rhonda Banks, Carolyn Blanton, Tara Harrison, D01-ina Carrejo, Amy Madrid, Carol Tewell, Sharon Rork BAND DIREC- TOR JOHN BRIDGES frightl gets a bird's-eye view of the band at an ear- ly-morning practice. Fifth in state and getting better Along with new additions to the teaching staff came new honors to the band this year. Harold Reynolds replaced Mil- ton Fox as the assistant band director. Though Jayne Driggs helped with the new flag corps last year, this year she took over and became part of the staff. Tom Currie, the head band director at the junior school played a big part in writing the drill, or formations, for the marching band. New uniforms, which arrived in the spring, were warmly wel- comed by both students and staff. As well as placing third at 180 Band the Westlake marching con- test, the band qualified to re- present San Antonio at the state UIL marching contest. The band was then chosen to participate in the finals, and came in fifth out of all 4A schools in Texas. Many indivi- duals brought honors to the band, through district and re- gion bands and UIL solo and ensemble contest. The group also took part in the UIL con- cert and sightreading contest and performed in many pa- rades. ln the spring, the band went on its annual trip, where they competed in both march- ing and concert events. mg.. . -4-.,aaii.,,. . fa. U, - -Q. :.f,- .,. 1-X A, .,.. Q. :Q as ,, - .iss i it its s s ak S . ,, is ,Q Qxx, ,t R - S ' . g ' hi L aasr i 5. ,.ai aaae It. , sag if sr... . , g asf. :C ,ggi xk.,k S ,,.kk.kV i i, ,.., insist.. 1: .-if .1-Q 5 X , ?":L7'LZ5 fZ i '-af: . q w - , is ex mf. - . ...- -. -. ' - -wif:-m.9XYt -wr. V.: ,. .. .. t- i. .-.31 1 -, .tg X . I - H. an X-e a .1 ,--f' 1 -fx. ft itl .i. Q. N . . ,.., . 'S - ..,... L kr 5 . A --i1. J- E . S T is Q K N, 5 it A . gg C eg- V 'gf '. In f - ' if F?Ei '?52'sil .-f. . ,. .,, , wa, t Ss 7 N fs Y gm , 5 ' 533.-t . .... - i :wifi ifi lii.. 5 ' g ig: . Y. . ss Xl" may . - DURING THE CENTRAL CATHO- LIC GAME ftopl, twirler Tammy Sykes bites off what's left of her fin- gernails as she thinks about her up- coming routine. BAND OFFICERS Cabovel BOTTOM ROW Jackie Markwardt, drum majorg Lisa Garza, chaplainfhistoriang Payton Lord, col- or guard captain MIDDLE ROW Da- vid Schwartz, freshman representa- tiveg Laurie Smith, secretary, An- nette Emmons, presidentg Yvette Chacon, sophomore representativeg Whitney Anderson, assistant drum major TOP ROW Karla Sarran, vice presidentg Carmen Goyette, librarian, Jeanne Leatherland, uniform captain NOT PICTURED Kenny Strickland, reporter. Band 181 'Keep your lines straight and your porn-poms on your hips' WRANGLER OFFICERS fabovel CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT Martha Myers, sergeant-at-arms, Ellen Zachry, sergeant-at-armsg M'lissa Kirk, sergeant-at-armsg Angela Pas- chal, historiang Amy Schmidt, presi- dent, Ashley Mock, vice president, Elisa Ellington, secretaryg Kim Gar- nett, sergeant-at-armsg Raquel Ram- seur, treasurer. ON THE WAY T0 THE LAREDO FOOTBALL GAME Crightl, Kate Reininger does her best Fonzie impersonation. 182 Wranglers DURING FIFTH PERIOD Cleftj, the Wranglers become just another PE class as they wait for instructions from Coaches Landrum and Garrett. AT AN EARLY MORNING PRAC- TICE Cbelowl, officers Angela Pas- chal, Ashley Mock, and Raquel Ram- seur teach the group a new routine, WHICH PRESIDENT AMY SCHMIDT fleftl puts finishing touches on in the stands the day of the game. M.--v"f"""'w Wranglers 183 Wranglers try something new In only its third year of exis- tence, the Wranglers has be- come an active and strong spir- it force in the school. Along with the new sponsor, Mrs. Karen Katz, came other changes. Wranglers became a class, giving the girls a PE credit, and a new uniform, somewhat similar to the old Spur uniform, was adopted. The group's involvement in sports activities also grew this GETTING A CHANCE T0 SHOW OFF THEIR NEW UNIFORMS Khe- low leftl, the Wranglers march in the Howdy Parade. BEFORE A FOOT- year. As well as adding enthu- siasm to the home varsity foot- ball games, the Wranglers went to selected away games, where they performed card routines in the stands. The organization supported other teams as well. They went to baseball, basketball, and volleyball games and made spirit boxes for JV and freshman football players. BALL GAME Cbelow rightl, Raquel Ramseur braids Ashley Mock's locks in the locker room. 184 Wranglers rx! THE 1983-1984 WRANGLERS fabovef AT A HOME BASKETBALL GAME Cleftj, the Wranglers support their favorite team. Wranglers 185 Fired up The cheerleaders had a busy year, starting in the summer. In July, the JV and freshman squads attended the Hemisfair camp in town, Where they Won a spirit stick. The varsity team went to Southern Methodist Universi- ty for camp in August and brought home a spirit stick and three blue ribbons. Cheering was not the girls' only contribution to spirit. After the spirit groups were moved to the east stadium stands for football games, the cheerleaders originated a peti- tion to move the organizations back to the west stands. The administration agreed and the groups were relocated. 1983-1984 CALEDONIA Cbelowl, Lucy Calvert. T86 Cheerleaders 0I'nos gets new ook 1984 was a very different year for both the Olmos staff and the book itself. The staff was much smaller, going from 38 to only 19, and every person received a credit for the class, as opposed to only the eXecu- tive staff. Work started early for the members, Who learned to give up lunch and time after school to meet their deadlines, the first of which Was in Octo- her. The book itself was also very different this year. As Well as having a very interesting theme, the hook had fewer, but more interesting pages. Q DURING EIGHTH PERIOD ftop leftl Linda McSween types academic copy. CLASS EDITOR ftop rightj LORI BENNETT crops candids. TRICIA BROWN Cabovej discusses layout format for the sports section. JUST BEFORE THE JANUARY DEADLINE fright! Johanna Sharp checks pages due on the ladder. 188 Olmos V AFTER SCHOOL THE WEDNES- DAY BEFORE THE CHRISTMAS ISSUE THE HOOF PRINT fupper rightj gathers in 214 M to plan the annual holiday issue. ADVERTIS- ING MANAGER TRACY GRIE- SI-IABER C1-ightj discuss copy for the November 18 issue with the Kirks- cott Drum City Ad. PHOTOGRAPHER TED BOYER AND EDITOR PAUL ESCAMILLA tabovej talk over the feasability of getting water polo pictures at state. 190 Hoof Print AFTER FRIDAY SALES CIRCU- LATION, MANAGER SIMON HIN- TON Cabove right! figures the total for the day. MANAGING NEWS EDITOR SARAH NAWROCKI frightl laughs as Paul Escamilla tells her she has six stories to write. Riding on the heels ofa med- alist rating from the Columbia lScholastic Press Association, las well as three All-Columbia Awards won by last year's lstaff, the 1984 Hoof Print staff went all out this year to dupli- cate the top quality work. As well as investigative sto- ries and in-depth features, the newspaper carried guest edito- rials, Viewpoint, and Point! Counterpoint, which brought out student and faculty opin- ion. Human interest stories be- They came an integral part of the pa- per, as did up-to-date news sto- ries from the city scene, in- ' cluding reports of visiting lu- then' minaries, such as speakers for the Trinity lecture series. 1983-1984 HOOF PRINT STAFF Cleftj Susie Wysoki, Sarah Nawrocki, Ted Boyer, Li Ravicz, Rosemary Gar- ner, Erika Bollman, Simon Hinton, Paul Escamillag not pictured Tracy Grieshaber. ASSOCIATE EDITORS ERICA BOLLMAN AND ROSE- MARY GARNER fbelow leftl go over a story for the paper during an after-school session. EDITORIAL EDITOR SUSAN WYSOKI AND ASSOCIATE EDITOR LI RAVICZ fabovej finish stories for the Thurs- day afternoon deadline. Hoof Print 191 IN THE INITAL FALL MEETING Cbelowl club members discuss club activities and purposes. CLUB SPONSOR BOB PARKER fright, gets ready to print pictures to be used for the war memorium broadcast. DURING BROADCAST fbottom left, cameraman Ian Boysen lines up his shots on the anchor person. IN THE CONTROL BOOTH tbottom rightl Jeff Dillard, Wesley King and Trey Cunnigham take time out for a last minute laugh before the show begins. Experience key to Al-ITV 192 AHTV Giving students hands-on experience with equipment and situations was the main purpose of AHTV this year. The staff became specialized, each person having only one job. Also new this year was the two-team staff with two differ- ent groups of people running the broadcast on different weeks. Besides adding interest to the broadcasts, this created competition between the groups, encouraging better performances. Aside from their involve- ment with news production, the group also had many local TV news personalities as guest speakers. AT THE INITIAL CLUB MEETING fleftl prospective members listen to a list of fu- ture club activities. DURING A BROADCAST Cbottom leftj Ian Boysen and Justin jones take their cue BLAKE WEICI-IART fabove leftl films the first AHTV Broadcast. READING HER LINES DURING A DRESS REHEARSAL Cabovel is Lucy Calvert while Tres Smith fixes his mike. AHTV 193 KU? HOOF PRINT MANAGING NEWS EDITOR SARAH NAW- ROCKAI Crightl is a study in con- centration as she searches for just the right word for a headline. DRAWING YET ANOTHER 3-R PAGE LAYOUT Cbelowl Olmos editor Johanna Sharp spends yet another lunch working on the fi- nal deadline. FORMER HOOF PRINT NEWS EDITOR STUART SPENCER Cbelow rightl types as this year's editor-in-chief Paul Escamilla dictates the Harry Reasoner press conference story. mi' Dedication brings Q St S recognition 194 Quill 8: Scroll DURING FOURTH PERIOD fright, Olmos copy editor Faith Short turns out a typical Short story while Hoof Print associate editor Rosemary Gar- ner types frantically to meet a Wednesday copy deadline. Long hours, no lunch, burn- ing the midnight oil, liberally sprinkled with dedication . . . Heights members of the na- tional Quill and Scroll organi- zation Were intimately ac- quainted With all of these things and more. Made up of Hoof Print and Olmos staffers, Q KL S had an accumulation of 21 years of journalistic experience o school publications, includin 1 4-year veteran, 3 3-year peo ple and'4 2-year members. A Individual awards include Paul Escamilla's 2nd in state Paul and Stuart Spencer's firs and Erika Bo1lman's honorabl mention in a citywide contest and Rosemary Garner's Win a the UIL headline contest. AS THE SUN SINKS SLOWLY IN THE WEST fbelowl on a late Thursday afternoon, Hoof Print associate editor Li Ravicz ponders a problem of too much copy and too little space on his pages. HAVING FOUND JUST THE RIGHT WORD Cbelow leftl Hoof Print associate editor Erika Bollman writes her last headline for the February 3 issue. may QUILL AND SCROLL fabovej BOT- TOP ROW Rosemary Garner, Stuart TOM ROW Li Ravicz MIDDLE Spencer NOT PICTURED Johanna ROW Paul Escamilla, Erika Boll- man, Faith Short, Sarah Narowcki Sharp Quill 85 Scroll 195 S is 'S 1 Q in Q. bi I H1 '7'1"fA ' -L9 ' - -'I ' - Hfiff--'iii -123 -ii: ,I ' 322:-.554 1: ' 51-ai Z1 W fu .SW Beginning in September and going all the way to May, the Heights choir sang its way through a very successful year. To raise money, the group sold nachos at Howdy Night, and in December they had stuffed animal sale. Most of the year was spent singing, starting with some members' participation in the fall play, "Bye Bye Birdie" in November. The group gave many con- certs and performances, in- cluding concerts at the Insti- Alamo National Bank, Cappy's restaurant, Mama's Cafe, the Southwest Craft Center, and a concert with the orchestra and bands. On February 21, the choir took part in an all-day work- shop at Trinity and performed that night on the campus as well. In the February UIL solo and ensembe contest, the group qualified two ensembles and seven individuals for the state contest June 2, competed in the UIL choir contest in April, and to finish off the year Concerts crowd busy choir's musical agenda tute of Texan Cultures, the sang at graduation. CHOIR fabovel BOTTOM ROW Chris Young, Stella Wilkinson, Chrissie Sackett, Beth Waldsachs, Ana Nowotny, Vanna Kelly SEC- OND ROW Earl Sellers, Jill Knight, Muffet Welmaker, Martha Spencer, WORKING ON THE CHOIR STUFFED ANIMAL SALE fleftl Shannon Brooke sells a dog to Shan- non Bowen. Stephanie Troilo THIRD ROW Mr. Gen Wabeke, sponsor, Lori Walk, Laurie Stephens, Debbie Galloway TOP ROW David Zepeda, Shannon Brooke, Belinda Jameson, Tom Grey, Collin Seals, Bernabe Zepeda, Daniel Zepeda. Choir 197 SINFONIETTA Cbelowj Chris Par- sons, Anne Lew, Charlie Cauthorn, Stephanie Guardia, Suzie Urrutia, Dede Kocurek, Diane Borrego, Sheri Shaube, Jackie Criollo, Paul Tie- mann, Nancy Norton, Jeanne Rogers, Joe Van Meter, Ben Saunders, A. J. Yoggurst, Pam Duke, Paul Hugh- banks, Jennifer Wood, Shannon Pap- pas, M'Lissa Kirk, Tommy Saunders. PRACTICING HARD FOR U.I.L. fright! are Jennifer Wood, Sheri Shaube and Suzie Urrutia. Strings sweep TIVIEA, UIL competition i I I The Alamo Heights Sinfo- nietta enjoyed a spectacular year, which included a number of Well-received concerts and outstanding showings at UIL contests. In the fall, the group gave a concert with the Trinity choir, and in February they per- formed vvith area high school choirs at Trinity. The strings combined with the Heights choir and bands for a Christ- mas concert, and took part in a district-Wide festival with players from grades 4-12 in May. Individuals in the group also did very Well this year. Seven members made TMEA All-Re gion orchestra, two of thosd seven qualified for All-State, and in February, everyone who Went to the UIL solo and ensemble competition re- ceived a superior rating. The Sinfonietta also travelec this year. They Went to the North Texas State University Orchestra Symposium and tc the Buckaneer Music Festival in Corpus, both in the spring. 198 Sinfonietta ' ' SINFONIETTA OFFICERS BOT- TOM ROW Cleftl Jeanne Rogers, Jackie Criollo, Dede Kocurek, Steph- anie Guardia TOP ROW Charlie Cauthorn, Paul Hughbanks, Pam Duke. DURING FOURTH PERIOD Cbot- toml Nancy Norton and Chris Par- hous practice for their concert in February. CONCENTRATING ON TEMPO fbelowl Paul Tiemann, Thomas Sanders and Jackie Coriollo run through a Vivaldi Concerto. PAUL HUGHBANKS fleftl tunes his cellos for an afternoon practice. Sinfonetta 199 STUDENT COUNCIL fabovel BOT- TOM ROW Bill Lawrence, Wright Moore, Lee Ann Perry, Jessica Rut- man, Lisa Chacon, Ann Zachry, SEC- OND ROW Omar Valdez, Annie McGinnis, Marisol Luna, Tricia Brown, Heidi Burkholder, Brett Pat- ton, Byron Buzzini, Louise Conklin, Martha Spoor THIRD ROW Debbie Adame, Allen Terrell, Martha Spen- cer, Aysel Cibildak, Annemarie Landry, Muffet Welmaker, Laura Luna FOURTH ROW Rosa Alvar- ado, Corrina Garcia, Susan Drake, Mindy Fitchner, Tad Bowen, Kim- berly Winship, Tracey Watson, Anne West, Allison Glover FIFTH ROW Mr. Randy White, sponsor, Jeanne Leatherland, Jeff Davis, Callie Nov- sad, Collin Seals, Stephen Ames, Jim- my Glotfelty, Cynthia Cazort, Miros- lav Lanhaus, Jerri Amudsen, Chris Bengamin. 200 Student Council STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICE Cabovel BOTTOM ROW Bill L: renee, Lee Ann Perry, Wright Moc Jessica Rutman, Lisa Chacon T ROW Anne Zachry, Annema Landry. The Student Council had more than "the right stuff" to make this one of their best years ever. The council held the annual Homecoming dance after the game and, to their surprise and delight, made S760 profit. On Friday, December 16, they sponsored a multi-media presentation for the Whole school, and before it started, they collected about S100 in donations for Elf Louise, a lo- DONNING A THINKING CAP, JESSICA RUTMAN Cleftj is induct- ed into her Student Council office of treasurer by Student Council presi- dent Wright Moore. STUDENTS GROOVE TO THE SOUNDS OF THE MAX tbelow leftl at the Student Council-sponsored Homecoming Dance. SYLVIA BARBERA Cbelowl takes a break from class at Camp Che- ley in Colorado where she learned about leadership in Student Council. cal charity organization. The groups' biggest project, however, lasted all year. Con- struction of a Student Activi- ties Center Was suggested by the council and the school board approved a study to see if such a facility Was neces- sary. The council saw it as a place for clubs to hold meetings, for groups to hold banquets or re- ceptions, and for the school to hold dances. S C raises SB, vvorks on student center Student Council 201 Service club helps school, community Helping out community groups, as Well as groups con- nected with the school, was the job of the Service Club this year. On November 23, 26 junior and senior girls were initiated into the club. Even before the new mem- bers were added, the 16 old members made S150 selling bunuelos at Howdy Night. The group helped out the PTSO at Homecoming, selling raffle tickets and Homecoming Supper tickets. On December 8, the group visited the Santa Rosa Chil- dren's Hospital, and on the 14th, students had to give ei- ther quarters, toys or canned goods to members at every doorway to get into the school. Many bags of canned goods and S175 were collected and donated to Boysville. SERVICE CLUB Qabovej BOTTOM ROW Jessica Rutman, Shannon Raines, Anne West, Heidi Burk- holder, Liesl MacDaniel, Heidi Mull- er, Rosemary Garner, Mrs. Karen Katz, sponsor SECOND ROW Anne Zachry, Corina Garcia, Yolanda Rico, Tracey Watson, Lucy Calvert, Heather Stansell, Karla Sarran, Darla Carter THIRD ROW Karen Powlas, Bonnie Garcia, Debie Lamm, Nancy Norton, Mollie Carlson, Sarah Nawrocki, Wendy Reed, Faith Short, FOURTH ROW Jeri Amundson, Francie Steves, Elizabeth Leflore, Anne Marie Landry, Johanna Sharp. SERVICE CLUB MEMBER LEAH KREGOR fabove rightl creates yul- tide decorations to brighten up the Santa Rosa Children's Hospital. IN THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT frightl members of the Service Club proposi- tion Mr. Roy Balter in their annual hold-up benefiting Boysiville. 202 Service Club LHS Cbelow leftl Mrs. Norma Quarles, sponsor, Dede Kocurek, Chesley Seals, John Archer. L.N.H.S MEMBERS, JOHN AR- CI-IER, CHELSEY SEALS, DEDE KOCUREK AND LUCIA SHUL- MAN Cleftl encourage Latin students Aysel Cibildak, John Hovendon and Amy Stieren to join the club. SPON- SOR MRS. NORMA QUARLES Cbe- lowl shows John Archer that he will compete in the motto competition in the state contest. l t Being small did not stop the Latin National Honor Society from being active this year. New members are not added until the spring, but the mem- bers from last year helped the Latin Club sell Caesar sausage at Howdy Night. The club's high point came in the spring, when they got a chance to show off for Latin clubbers from all over the state. The AH group, famed for its Greek dancing ability, was invited to demonstrate and teach the ancient art form at the state meet. In early May, students at- tended a luncheon during which they officially became members and the results of the results of the elections for next year's officers were an- nounced. LN!-IS may be small, but it's active LHS 203 2 MU ALPHA THETA OFFICERS fright! BOTTOM ROW Julie Wheat- ley, Kimberly Winship, Patsy Bolduc TOP ROW Faith Short, Ron Cooper, Valerie George. SUBADI SUDI- JANTO fbelowj is fascinated with the control tower of the San Antonio Airport on their MAT field trip. CHECKING PAPERS FOR THE MAT CONTEST fbelow right! are Ms. Carolylnn Ricks, Brent Sterling, Edward Kownslar. asm: i b .. X I r ' :li S . 3 X. 'E 5 at iv .xv E Summers, year filled with math, fun Even before school started, Mu Alpha Theta members were busy raising money. Their June car wash brought over S100 to the group's sav- ings, most of which goes to- ward their trips to national conventions over the summer. Last summer they went to Norman, Oklahoma, the "birthplace" of Mu Alpha The- ta, and this coming summer the group plans to go to New Orleans. Late in October, Trinity mathematics professor Gerald Smetzer talked to the club, and in November about a dozen members toured the control tower at the airport. On February 4 the club gave its contest, which members ran and for which members wrote most of the tests. In the middle of May, they had their banquet and announced their new officers. 204 Mu Alpha Theta 1 ,f 2 it at -mx.. -A ' -6' 1 -319 ,r v fr .Q Q: 1 4 if 2 ,iq ,ww MM , -Q-.1-..----.L..-.v P M Jie ,- M Q M! aj , f A W , , f N, Q , 1 ? WW ,, M , lim HY :w eas . Q: , mi? f My - sw 5 1 N -7-Q-.Q-nw .F gy, . jkki K G3 if .,,, .f , , f ,V fe 11 Yip- TZ! 42 meg 3, , K Competition speech oIub's top priority To sharpen their speaking and debating skills, National Forensic League members competed many times this year, and to finance their trips gave their own meet in the spring. In October at MacArthur, Stephanie Thaggard and Sara Ziegler qualified for state com- petition in cross-examination, and in November Sara quali- fied for state in dramatic inter- pretation, while Tad Bowen placed third in impromptu speaking. In January in Boerne, the Thaggard-Ziegler team and the team of Trey Banack and Tricia Brown placed first and second, respec- tively, in cross-examination, while Courtney Banack and Mary Louise Cashel took third in standard debate. On February 24, NFL hosted the qualifying meet for the Texas Forensic Association. TREY BANACK fabovel reviews for his affirmative debate case. RE- SEARCHING HIS EXTEMPORA- NEOUS SPEAKING EVENT fabove rightj during third period speech class is Tad Bowen. PLANNING THEIR DEBATE STRATEGY fright, are Stephanie Thaggard and Sara Ziegler. 206 NFL f , , ,bali ' , ' ' A ' ELM ffwfiw 7, ,witty "f 2 .www MA NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCI- ETY fright, BOTTOM ROW Carrie Cusack, Robert Abad, Kevin Pape, Marisol Luna, David Martinez MID- DLE ROW Mrs. Carol Ackles, spon- sor: Edgar Duncan, Debbie Roberts, Stephanie Mengden, Raquel Ram- seur TOP ROW Helen Balzar, Jeri Amudsen, Delight Johson, Corie Fuhrmann, Brook Gallagher, Holly Green, Jackie Arizpe. DURING FIFTH PERIOD ART CLASS fbe- lowj Paul Fuerbacher brushes up on his air brushing technique. WHILE ART CLUB SPONSOR MRS. CAR- OL ACKLES fbelow rightj works on a silk screen students Kevin Pape and Jim Chambers work with clay. Designed to serve through art, the National Art Honor So- ciety Was involved in a num- ber of projects for both the school and community this year. The group silk-screened t- shirts and printed programs for school plays. They also printed posters for the Opti- mist club's tennis tournament for the leukemia foundation, and they made banners for the Optimist's "run-for-youth," both in the spring. The club also participated in Service through art priority of NAI-IS an annual art competition held on the UT campus. They sent their Work up to Austin in Jan- uary, and in the middle of Feb- ruary, they Went up to the campus to find out how they fared. While there, they got to visit some art classes and art galleries on the campus. During the year, the club was Visited by a number of guest speakers, including local artists, art teachers, and the di- rector of the McNay Art Insti- tute. 208 National Art Honor Society Jeri Amundsen, Miss Mercille Wisa- NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OF- FICERS Cleftl Mindy Fichtner, Mary Montgomery, Stuart Spencer, Liesl MacDaniel. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Cbelow leftj FIRST ROW Mindy Fichtner, Mary Montgomery, Stuart Spencer, Liesl MacDaniel SECOND ROW Sara Ziegler, Anne West, Heidi Burkholder, Heather Stansell, Lenya Lemon THIRD ROW Hohang Ngo, Heidi Muller, Tracy Watson, Kimberly Winship, Jill Knight FOURTH Row Wright Moore, Faith Short, Patsy Bolduc, AnneMarie Landry, Debbie Lamm, Winnie Ransleben, Anne Zachary, Lisa Ortega FIFTH ROW Karla Sar- ran, Sarah Nawrocki, Armando Ri- vera, Greg Zushlag, Shannon Brooke, dowsky, sponsor. CLUB MEMBERS fbelowl Winnie Ransleban and Heather Stansell dis cuss upcoming events at the De- cember meeting. The main purpose of the Na- tional Honor Society Was to provide incentive for scholas- tic achievement and to recog- nize outstanding students. Based on their academic stand- ing, GPA, extracurricular, in- volvement, and faculty recom- mendations, 37 new members were initiated into the ranks of the NHS at a luncheon in No- vember. Involvement by the 13 re- turning members had begun even before the start of the school year, when members planned the ice cream booth at Howdy Night, and the annual rummage sale held by the combined honor societies on March 3. Funds earned from these projects were donated to the PTSO Scholarship Fund. NHS rummages for SS NHS 209 SYLVIA FLANNERY AND CAL- LIE NOVASAD Cbelowl prepare an experiment during a lunch meet. SIGMA PSI OMEGA fright, Mr. Bob Comer, sponsor, Debbie Lamm, Ron Cooper, Hoang Ngo. CHECKING OUT THEIR TRO- PHIES FROM CONTEST fright! are Rachel Webb, Hoang Ngo, and David Whellen. if as 'z fi, 151- ' e Sigma Psi seeks solutions 210 Sigma Psi Omega As Well as competing, Sigma Psi Omega members helped give a contest of their own this year. A science team, made up of members of both the Sci- ence Club and SPO, participat- ed in UIL competition in both February and March. SPO's major activity was helping Mu Alpha Theta give the math and science contest in the spring. Clubbers wrote and administered the tests, which lasted all day and cov- ered a wide range of subjects. Guest speakers highlighted the c1ub's year, as did a group trip to Southwest Research In- stitute to View an electron mi- croscope. The Spanish National Honor Society, an organization' de- signed to recognize those stu- dents who have done well in Spanish, kept busy this year. ln the fall, potential new members were sifted through and, after careful deliberation, those best qualified were cho- sen to join the group. Members have to have completed Span- ish Il and have never made a C or below in Spanish. In the spring, the society was one of the many involved in the rummage sale headed by the National Honor Society. The year came to a good end- ing with the group's annual end-of-the-year banquet. Spanish scholars selected SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SO CIETY fabove leftj BOTTOM ROW Julie Wheatley, Bonnie Garcis, Cor- ina Garcia, Shannon Raines, Steph- anie Scott, Tracey Watson, Mary Montgomery, Ramona Moorman, Yo- landa Rico, Elizabeth Satel, Rachel Horn, Cynthia Cazort MIDDLE ROW Donald Wayne, John Beau- champ, Tammy Fitch, Yolanda Te- cuanhuey, Courtney Banack, Jessica Rutman, Kimberly Winship, Anne West, Heidi Burkholder, Debbie Lamn, TOP ROW Peter Herff, Brent Sterling, David Dean, Billy Bridges, Stephen Archer, Richard Moore, Ar- mando Riviera, Jeri Amudsen, Lau- ra Oppenheimer, Trey Hellums, Miss Susan Baltes, sponsor SPANISH NA- TIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFI- CERS Ileftl Bonnie Garcia, Treasur- er, Corina Garcia, secretary, Jeri Amudsen, president. HEIDI BURK- HOLDER Cabovej listens to the club president discuss activities for the nezcfyear at the first meeting. SNHS 211 'J SSI-Iers explore careers Designed to recognize out- standing achievement in social studies, the Social Studies Honor Society was involved in a number of projects this year. To give the club members a chance to experience an elec- tion, the group ran a mock presidential primary which co- incided With the actual nation- wide event. The project in- volved the Whole group and was educational. In March, the club held a ca- reer day. Open to juniors and seniors, this event involved many professional people speaking to the group about their occupation and the part social studies played in it. Some of the money made by the club Went toward helping students go to Girl's State and Boy's State over the coming summer. Sponsored by the American Legion, the "camps" are designed to allow youth in government from many high schools the opportunity to get together and exchange ideas. AFTER THE PRESIDENTIAL MOCK TRIAL Cabove rightl Jim Sa- tel, Sarah Nawrocki, and Johanna Sharp work on counting votes to de- termine the winner. IN PREPARA- TION FOR CAREER DAY SSHS PUT ON, fabovej Wright Moore checks time schedules for the speak- ers. AFTER BEING NOMINATED FOR GIRLS STATE Crightj Anne West answers Kimberly Winship's questions about it. 212 S.S.H. 5?fi"w5WZi'ffWi-KB, i i M S X2 i9isf?2WSii2??X5Sffif?Lif"iE.SIi Have a foreign affair Open to anyone interested in foreign studies or travel, the American Field Service kept busy this year raising money and helping support foreign students. The group started the year with a booth at Howdy Night, selling cascarones. They also sold cold drinks at football games. Most of the income Went toward the support of their foreign exchange stu- dents. AFS officers attended a lead- ership Workshop designed tc give sponsors and members tips on running a club. During Fiesta Week, ex- change students from all ovei Texas came to San Antonic and enjoyed the activities to- gether. FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT labovel Helen Balzar tells AFS mem- bers of her life in Sweden at a night meeting. AFS PRESIDENT PATSY BOLDUC Cabove right, passes out a list of club activities at the first meet- ing. AFS CLUB MEMBERS frightl BOTTOM ROW Helen Balzar, Patsy Bolduc, Jill Peters, Sean Jones MID- DLE ROW David Schwartz, Susan Witkowski TOP ROW Sponsor Elaine Shermer, Regina Guggen- heim, Rosemary Garner, Patricia Brown, Julie Wheatley 214 AFS 9? 2 21 Q Q ELOWN CLUB MEMBERS: Cbelow leftl BOTTOM RNOW: Mr. Collins, sponsor, Craig Sorrels, Beth Naw- ocki, Mara Ravicz, John Archer. TOP ROW: Lisa Ortega tells fbottom right! club members about pcoming events at an afterschool meeting. John Archer fbelow rightj juggles at Howdy Night. Performing at parties, carni- vals, parades, and community functions filled much ofthe spare time of Clown Clubbers. Clowns entertained at the Art Jamboree and "Art in the Park" sponsored by businesses on Broadway. Children in housing projects enjoyed the clowns at a party sponsored by wives of law students, as did adoptive children during the observance of Child Abuse Prevention Week. The clowns frolicked during the Macy's Day and Battle of Flowers Parades, and at Howdy Night and the Woo- dridge carnival. Money earned went toward the purchase of make-up and helped defray the cost of a ban- quet in May. Not just olowning around Clown Club 215 YVETTE GRUETTER Crightj types her math homework into the comput- er. TYPING HIS GAME PROGRAM Cfar rightj into the computer is so much fun, comments Mark Williams during lunch. COMPUTER CLUB fbelowl BOTTOM ROW Mr. Bob Sut- ton, sponsor, Sandy Crystal, Subadi Sudijanto, Bob Kline, Mark Wil- liams, Duane Wright, Michael Mor- ris, Michael Goyette TOP ROW Ethan Hoke, Robert Adelman, Jamie Crystal. ,,,,,Z ,,.r11 'f ,wa .1 , V1 S with ffwfhiy ffwfwz-wfl ,,,,, -m..ri',t ,fly ,. tk, 9539 L L Q -1"ff'fff 3 . V 2' t- X, ,L .- An Apple a day 216 Computer Club With the number of comput- er classes growing from one to five, a special interest group, the Computer Club, was offi- cially organized this year to al- low students to use computers creatively. During the course of the year, members were able to compete in five national con- , Q L tests sponsored by the Ameri- can Computer Science League. l In addition, computer pro- l gramming contests Were held l at Region 20 in January, and in San Marcos in March. Fund raising was undertak- en for the purchase of a voice synthesizer, joy sticks, graph- l ics tablet and a mocking board. l l The French Club had yet an- other successful year, With their spring banquet, Christ- mas carolling, and French con- test. The group's fund raisers in- cluded selling Oreo ice cream at Howdy Night, bake sales during the year, and leaf-rak- ing for the community. The club Went Christmas carolling to many of the high school faculty members' homes. In March, club members par- ticipated in the French Sympo- sium in Carrollton. Later in the spring, the group held their an- nual banquet, With members bringing French dishes for judging, with the best dish Winning a prize. Viva La France FRENCH CLUB fabove left, BOT- TOM ROW Tami Chambers, Sara Ziegler, Wendy Reed, Anna Patter- son TOP ROW Mollie Carlson, Yo- landa Carrizalez, Heather Maverick, Sara Solon, Leah Kregor, Allen Cas- tro, Yvette Gruetter, Edward Kowns- lar, J. B. Caillet, Ernie Rodriguez, Dan Weingart, Lindsey Roberts, Missy Muellich. J. B. CAILLET AND LINDSEY ROBERTS Cleftl enjoy the French Club Christmas party, SARA ZIEGLER fabovel looks over French Christmas Carols at a lunch meeting. French Club 217 KEYWANETTE OFFICERS Ibe- lowl Heidi Burkholder, secretaryg Jeanette Dunworth, treasurerg Anne West, vice presidentg Johanna Sharp, president. JEANETTE DUN- WORTH AND RENEE PETERSON fright, haunt the house at the Keywanette Haunted House. AT THE FRESHMAN ORIENTATION LUNCHEON fbelow rightj Heather Stansell, Liesl McDaniel, and Kath- leen O'Neil help prepare the sand- wich trays. r w JOHANNA SHARP AND JILL KNIGHT Cabovel take charge of the Keywanette Go Fish Booth. ELLEN ZACHRY CRIGHTD scrubs hard at the carwash held the second week of school. 218 Keywanettes Projects and service to the community did not end last May for active Keywanettes. The summer sun shone on many of them three days per week as they sold tickets to Paseo del Rio. Their summer activities ended with a lun- cheon for in-coming freshmen following Freshman Orienta- tion. Fund raisers included the "Go Fish" booth at Howdy Night, a haunted house at the Woodridge carnival, and a car wash in September. Funds were used to send out-going and in-coming officers to the state convention in Dallas in the spring. Service projects included selling raffle tickets for the PTSO during Homecoming Week, visiting nursing homes monthly, and serving as ush- ers at Back to School Night. Members also spent many hours at the Children's Shel- ter, sharing toys, lunches, and fun on the playground. Service is their middle name KEYWANETTES fabovel BOTTOM ROW Suaanne Sterling, Eleanor Phelps, Suzanne Calzoncit, Heidi Burkholder, Laura Halter, Heather Maverick, Aysel Cibildak, Kathleen O'Neil, Keith Warren, Jennifer Marth SECOND ROW Anne Zachry, Amy Abbey, Susan Drake, Catherine Menger, Jeanette Dunworth, Lisa Dreeben, Johanna Sharp, Christy Benedum, Margaret Quirk, Liesl McDaniel, Heather Stansell, Cather- ine Blanton TOP ROW Cory Nentwich, Mindy Fitchner, Susan Witkowski, Laura Weissler, Renee Peterson, Susan 'Hardy, Sharon Rork, Shawn Fellbaum, Lori Pfeiffer, Elisa Ellington, Angela Paschal, Ashleigh Travis, Katie Phelps, Carrie Kopplow, sponsor Mrs. Mary Zuchlag AYSEL CIBIL- DAK fleftl cuts our decorations for the haunted house. Keywanettes 219 They came, they savv they joined i The Latin Club got off to a great start this year at Howdy Night, Where they made a profit of over S100 selling their traditional Caesar susages. The club also made money at the annual slave auction, where the first year students were sold to the upper level Latin students. The highlight of the club's year came in April at the Tex- as Junior Classical League's competition in Amarillo. Many club members participated, but the group's real fame came in their being invited to give a seminar on Greek folk dancing to the other clubs attending. . it lt- ,M ., CAESAR SAUSAGE CLUB BOOTH fabovel was a great success at Howdy Night. LATIN CLUB fabove rightl BOTTOM ROW Mrs. Norma Quarles, sponsor, Dede Kocurek, Lucia Shul- man, Aysel Cibildak, Kathleen Tie- mann, Katie Bryant, SECOND ROW Jeff Torgeson, Amy Stieren, Susan Tietz, Lisa Brown, Margaret Quirk THIRD ROW Blake Weichart, Chris Kurtz, Carlos Rosada, John McWil- liams, TOP ROW John Archer, Chris Brinkley, Marc Dupre, Bruce Smith. DANCING TO LATIN MUSIC ARE fright! John McWilliams and Amy Stieren. 220 Latin Club SARA SOLON Cleft! takes the Latin club contest test. LATIN CLUB OF- FICERS Kbelowl BOTTOM ROW Lu- cia Shulman, Margaret Quirk TOP ROW Marc Dupre, John Archer. PRACTICING FOR THE DANCE SECTION OF THE LATIN CON- TEST DURING FOURTH PERIOD ffar leftl are Eddie Bellis and Mrs. Norma Quarles. SARA SOLON Cleftl practices her prose presentation. Latin Club 221 MRS. KAREN KATZ Crightl an- nounces the candidates for club offi- cers at a meeting. WORKING AT THE HOWDY NIGHT BOOTH Qfar rightl Corina Garcia prepares a cha- lupa. TO SHARE THE JOY OF CHRISTMAS fbelowl clubbers sing Christmas Carols in the hall during first period. LOS AMIGOS fright! BOTTOM ROW Tom Hart, treasurer, Sergio Coronel, SECOND ROW Annemarie Landry, secretaryg Mindy Fitchner, president, Yolanda Tecuenhuey, sear- geant-at-armsg Emily Harrison, sear- geant-at-armsg Yolanda Rico, histori- an, Bonnie Garcia, seargeant-at- arms, Rachel Horn, vice-president THIRD ROW Heather Stanswell, El- eanor Phelps, Courtney Banack, Cyn- thia Cazort, Jeri Amundsen, Brook Gallager, Corina Garcia, Edwina Marvin, Ramona Moorman FOURTH ROW Gretchen Groos, Debbie Lamm, Anne Hohenburger, Jeanette Dunworth, Laura Weissler, Shawn Gulley, Laura Oppenheimer, Jessica Cox, Rosemary Garner, Tri- cia Brdiyn FIFTH ROW Katie Phelps, Cory Nentwich, Hollyn Wil- liams, Christine Villastrigo, Heidi Burkholder, Michelle Shankle, Tammy Fitch, Brent Sterling, Ste- phen Maebius, Jody Stern, Elizabeth Satel, Michelle Winship, Jimmy Rico SIXTH ROW Helen Balzar, Amy Ab- bey, Patsy Bolduc, Liesl Macdaniel, Julie Wheatley, Martha Myer, David Dean, Jamie Crystal, Mr. Johnny Eng, sponsor, Mrs. Karen Katz, spon- sor. Besides having the typical sales, banquets, and parties, this year Los Amigos rejoined the Pan American Student Fo- rum, a national organization of Spanish American clubs. The main purpose of the Forum is to provide help for various i groups, such as a scholarship fund for members of the group and Pesos for Braces, a UNI- CEF program designed to pro- mote a good relationship among the Americans. To raise money this year, Los Amigos sold chalupas in a booth at Howdy Night, and sold carnations for Valentine's Day. Most of the money went toward a group trip to Laredo at the end of the year. The club also had a Christ- mas party and sang Spanish Christmas carols on the San Antonio River. In March, the Forum held a convention in town which 20 clubbers attended. Mexico here we come VARIOUS MEMBERS OF LOS AMIGOS LISTEN ATTENTIVELY labovel as Mrs. Karen Katz, sponsor disscuses plans of the club's joining the Pan American Student Forum. WHILE EDITING THE FINAN- CIAL LOG Cleftl Tom HartQ treasurer and Mrs. Karen Katz discover a dis- crepancy in the bookeeping. Los Amigos 223 The Germans are back A revival in the interest and enrollment in German brought about a revival of the German Club this year at Heights. Members had to draw up a new constitution and begin to es- tablish new traditions. One new tradition was the "Frankfurters mit Kraut" booth at Howdy Night. Next, members joined voices with the Lee High School German Club to sing German Christ- mas carols at local nursing homes. An com-pah band was also formed. For the first time ever, me- mebers from Heights partici- pated in competition at the Sprachfest in San Marcos. Categories ranged from gram- mar and culture to vocal and dance competition. Members also participated in a root beer guzzling and pretzel eating re- lay, and a German sing-along. HEIDI MULLER fabovel plays a translating game on the board during fourth period. A GERMAN OOM- PAH BAND IS FORMED fabove right! by club members Shannon Brooke, Sara Rogers, Hans Muller, and Annette Emmons. SINGING CHRISTMAS CAROLS fright, at a lunch practice are Mark Stepsis and Jason Witherspoon. 224 German Club r V MW! 1 ,... ,..f ,, f I GERMAN CLUB fleftl BOTTOM ROW Kathy Bryant, Robert Edmon- sen, Doug Hall SECOND ROW Shan- non Brooke, Jill Peters, Misty Tagle THIRD ROW Annette Emmons, Lauren Stepsis FOURTH ROW Mary Louise Cashel, Sara Rogers, Mark Stepsis, Kelly Sellers FIFTH ROW Heidi Muller Matthew Kregor, Susie Wysoki SIXTH ROW Hans Muller, Tad Bowen, Jason Witherspoon EIGHTH ROW Suzanne Calzoncit, Susan Lathrop, Mrs. Linda Anderson, sponsor, Kathleen Tieman. JIM MCCUTCHEON fbelowl translates verbs on the blackboard. GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS fabove leftl BOTTOM ROW Matthew Dennison, Jason Witherspoon, Doug Hall MIDDLE ROW Mark Stepsis, Shannon Brooke, Hans Muller TOP ROW Jim Redmond, Jim McCut- cheon. DURING FOURTH PERIOD fleftl German students sing In Mun- chen Steht Ein Hofrauhaus. German Club 225 2, Rodeo Club calendar booked solid Made up of people from all types of backgrounds, the Ro- deo club started off busy and kept it up all year. Selling fajitas and running a bucking bronco at Howdy Night brought in 31700, and the club earned another S82 at a car wash in late Cctober. At Thanksgiving, the group gave a turkey dinner to a needy family, and at Christ- mas, they sponsored 21 chil- dren from a local child abuse shelter to go to a Lions Club Christmas show. The club also took many trips this year, including one to Padre Island in September, one to a member's ranch in March and one to Garner State Park in April. The group participated in two parades this year, the Alamo Heights Macy's Day Pa- rade and the stock show and rodeo parade. YOU'VE COME A LONG WAY BABY! Cabove and above rightj The Rodeo Club will be a participant in the S. A. Rodeo and Stock Show Pa- rade this year again. Shown at left is 1983 and at right is 1984. GETTING READY FOR 1983 MACY PARADE fright! Carlos Alfonsin, Juan Rodri- guez, Sandra Servin, Vicky Greer, Gavin McC1-ary, Carisa Valentine, Mario Zavala, Russel Jonas. 226 Rodeo Club it I as S RODEO CLUB Ctopl BOTTOM ROW Gavin McCrary, Lee Davis, Carlos Alfonsin, Juan Rodriguez, TOP ROW Antonio Lopez, Amy Ma- gruder, Clayton Taylor, Carissa Val- entine, Miroslav Lanhaus, Richard Castoreno, Mrs. Brunilda Arza- mendi, sponsor, Sandra Servin. AT HOWDY NIGHT GAVIN MC CRAY AND ANTONIO LOPEZ Cabovej try to throw a student off the bucking hronco at Howdy Night. PULLING LIFE GUARD DUTY FOR THE RO- DEO CLUB Cleftj are Russell Jonas and Mario Zavala at the coast trip. Rodeo Club 227 Guests, contest fill science club year Meeting simultaneously with Sigma Psi Omega, the sci- ence club listened to guest speakers, Went on field trips, and helped give a contest this year. Each science teacher chose a speaker he or she was interest- ed in. One of the guests Was an expert from a health career field, such as medical technol- ogy or physiotherapy. Also in- cluded vvas the man who takes care of the plants of the Bo- tanical Gardens, along With a trip to the Gardens them- selves. The club also made a trip to Southwest Research to get a look at the electron mi- croscope being used there. On February 4, the group joined With Mu Alpha Theta, the math club, in giving the an- nual Alamo Heights math and science contest. 228 Science Club SCIENCE CLUB fabovel Mr. Bob Comer, sponsor, Debbie Lamm, Ron Cooper, and Hoang Ngo. WORKING HARD DURING LUNCH fabove rightj is Rachel Webb, Hoang Ngo, and David Whellan. The THREE MUSKETEERS fright, prepare an experiment. I D.E.C.A. Cleft! BOTTOM ROW Rita Gallegos, Debbie roberts, Serena Tal- ley, Toi Williams SECOND ROW Mike Neira, Clayton Taylor, Steve Curry THIRD ROW Jeff Fischer Pablo Guevara, William Harrell. The Alamo Heights branch of Distributive Education Club of Smerica, or DECA, had a profitable year, both financial- ly and in the Way of recogni- tion. At Howdy Night, the group made S100 selling egg rolls, but their biggest money-maker came in December, When they sold 1984 pocket calenders. After only a Week, all the cal- enders were gone, and DECA had added nearly S300 to its treasury. After all the hard Work that Went into making their money, members Worked just as hard at spending it. In December, the group held an employeers' banquet at Alamo Cafe, which almost 80 people attended, in- cluding principal Barney New- ton and superintendent Calvin Gross. In April the club had a senior luncheon celebrating members' jouney into the "real World." This year the president of DECA, Serena Talley, was no- minated for youth in vocation by the Optimist Club. DECA year profitable DECA 229 FHA CLUB Kbelowl BOTTOM ROW Tiffany Bristow, Lisa Munn, Jim Sa- tel, Laurie Smith, Steven Huff- meyer, Renee Peterson, Laura Weissler, Annie Mcginnis TOP ROW Lori Standison, Johnny Deleon, Mrs. Elaine Carol, sponsor, Elizabeth Sa- tel, Joe Staffel, Cebern Musgrave, George Parker, Mrs. Nina Earle, sponsor. DURING FOURTH PERI- OD HOMEMAKING CLASS Cbelow rightl Gretchen Groos, Dan Sitterly, and Jill Matheson work on a home and family project. JIM SATEL AND LAURIE SMITH fright! get ready to eat lunch prepared by fellow FHA members. Fl-IA into helping togetherness 230 FHA Helping to know each other better brought a year of growth to the Future Homemakers of America, a club designed to give students a better under- standing of homemaking and to help the community. Both older and younger peo- ple benefitted from FHA's ac- tivities, which included a visit to a nursing home near the high school and a party for others and getting members' younger brothers and sisters and other neighbor- hood children. On December 15, the club had a pancake breakfast, which was also its first meet- ing, to give members a chance to get to know each other. Later, they had parents' night, which was a covered dish din- ner for members and their par- ents. Home Economics Related Occupations experienced a year of money-making and learning. At Howdy Night, HERO made S5100 selling baked goods, and in December, the group sold crystals as jewelry and sun-catchers. Most of this money Went toward a dinner banquet in the spring for the students' employers. Over the year, many speak- ers visited the club, including police officers showing stu- dents how to recognize sho- plifters and giving girls advice on rape prevention, and a fed- eral official speaking about the benefits of social security and income tax for teenagers. Money, speakers make HERO's year profitable HERO CLUB Cabove leftl BOTTOM ROW Lisa Ortega, Steve Garza, TOP ROW Mrs. Lavonne Wiltse, sponsor Dora Flores, Carrie Cusack, Julie McGarragh, Lisa Bratten, Layne Ar- nold, Millissa Turner, Lauren Fair- all, Tricia Mason, Leslie Kale. ON A SUNNY AFTERNOON fabovel Catherine Ostrum plays with her charges at her job at the Candy Cane Center. WORKING AT ADE- LANTE fleftj Tricia Mason checks the price of a picture. HERO 231 THE I-IOSA CLUB MAJOR FUND RAISER Crightl was selling spirit cups. ORLANDO FERNADEZ fbe- lowj gives his report on life cycles. BUYING A SPIRIT CUP DURING LUNCH Cbelow rightl from Mrs. Marian Josephson, sponsor, is Byron Buzzini. HOSA CLUB Crightj BOTTOM ROW Alice Adamo, Sylvia Barrera, There- sa Rodriguez, Orlando Fernandez TOP ROW Kris Sarran, Scott Bicker- ton, Mrs. Marian Josephson, sponsor. 232 H.O.S.A. Learning about health occu- pations, helping other people, and having fun in the process made this a great year for Health Occupations Students of America. In October, HOSA, along with other groups from school, helped out at the haunted house sponsored by the March of Dimes. Later, in January, the group sold spirit cups, plas- tic cups with the Alamo Heights emblem on them. Trying to beat last year's re- cord of 103 pints, HOSA held its annual blood drive in March in cooperation with the South Texas Regional Blood Bank. HOSA drew on teachers, stu- dents, and community mem- bers for their collection of the life-saving liquid. Later in the spring, the group Went to Austin for re- gional competition in areas such as job interviews, applica- tions, and specific health occu- pational areas like dental and medical assistance. I-IOSA learns helps others, has fun SYLVIA BARRERA fabove leftl learns the proper use of a hospital bed during the afternoon HOSA class. DURING A HOSA MEETING fabovei secretary Teresa Alvarado reads the minutes of their last meet- ing. 233 VOCT students prepare for world of work Standing by their motto, "Preparing today for the world of work," the Chapter 14 of the Vocational Opportunities Club of Texas worked very dilli- gently at their jobs and other activities this year. At Howdy Night, the group sold tamales and made almost 3200. The money from this went toward paying for an em- ployer appreciation banquet in May at which each student presented his employer with a certificate of appreciation. VOCT students also compet- ed this year. In April they took part in the area contest at Seguin High School, and win- ners from there went on to the state contest held here at the convention center in May. Stu- dents gave prepared speeches, were interviewed, and showed job exhibits. it ' V.O.C.T. MEMBERS fabovel BOT- TOM ROW Maria Barrera, Rose Al- varado, Jessica Alvarado, Mrs. Betty Gordon, sponsor SECOND ROW Giles Summerlin, Selma Rodriguez, THIRD ROW Steve Garza, Jesus Do- minguez, Anthony Shields FOURTH ROW David Delgado, Scott Ruble TOP ROW Dan Canales. v.o.c.'i'. OFFICERS fright! BOTTOM ROW Maria Barrera, reporter, Selma Ro- driguez, secretaryg MIDDLE ROW Steve Garza, vice president, TOP ROW David Delgado, parliamentar- iang Anthony Shields, president ANTHONY SHIELDS AND MARIA BARRERA fabove rightl have fun at the Fall Leadership Conference at Somerset High School. 234 V.O.C.T. Sstfmv' ik LOS COMPANEROS PRESIDENT DAVID WHELLAN Cleftl talks about Christmas activities at the De- cember meeting. DEBBIE RUBIO AND ERMA GUTTIEREZ fbelow left! listen to a guest speaker. LOS COMPANEROS Cbelowj BOTTOM ROW Sharon Rork, Debbie Rubio, Rebecca Whellan, Tiffany Bristow, Ashleigh Travis Renee Peterson, Su- san Schneider, Suzanne Calzonit, Marisol Luna, TOP ROW Richard Vasquez, Tiffany Bristow, Reynaldo Martinez, Amy Madrid, Rachel Webb, Keith Warren, David Whel- lan, Mrs. Esperanza Olvera Sponsor. Open to anyone in the first or second year of Spanish, Los Companeros' main objective was to expand knowledge of Spanish culture in many differ- ent ways. Late in January, the group made a trip to the Institute of Texan Cultures to see displays on Mexican and Spanish life styles of both the past and pre- sent. Over the year, Los Comps was visited by guest speakers who gave the club insights into Spanish traditions. Some guests included a Mexican fla- menco dancer speaking about his craft and an expert on both La Villita and old Mexico. In the spring, Los Compan- eros held its annual end-of-the- year banquet, at which the of- ficers for the next year's club were elected. Los Comps soak up culture Los Companeros 235 Wm. I-+V-1 , 14-a,,,. A X , 5 1: I , K , s fi wr N , ffm ' K ' ,, 1 Q M- :X -1 ,, H " A - .f,- ,' gf f .. , , P --N m , -,,. A L .. 5 Q 5. I 1-wav 'T af' - ' . A . Q V , A Y 1 V L b,E.5,,,.sX, Vw .W , at: . a. .. Q . Ry as .. QW? V Q , - e N,,. N' K JK A L, KVL .Wx wx :txt 3 x W Y xxx ,Q v XX! K 2 N W Y , 1' 1 .,-,nanny -++v--w- ir W, , if N' f.,, 1 1 gs' V , M , M, 5 ' "K'f'f"'A fifw b., f. 4, x DVA W , M . " . V V , . Jw-asy,7,:,1' 1 f ' IW.. 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Soon after a season high point came as the Mules squeezed by Edgewood when, in the final seconds, an Edgewood PAT went wild leaving Heights victorious 21- 20. For the season, the offense racked up 2645 yards, average 264 per game. Rushing aver- age 152 yards a game with 1121 total yards averaging 112 per game. Top individual rusher was Roland Virella with 1041 yards, 4.8 average per carry. Top pass receiver was Jesse Arenivas with 39 passes for 494 yards. Defense allowed an average of 312 yards per game with 3119 total yards for the year. Named to the second string All-District offensive team were Roland Virella, George Schroeder, Jesse Arenivas, Roland Gutierrez, John Delmer and Mike Morse. Den- nis Meadows, Eric Moore and David Bebinger were named to the second defensive team. Y. - - - - - 1 .4 . 7' M 1, ' V V.: v W .A .. p W ,V N Q2 2' .W 15 , 3.51.15 ,. 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' 1 W'1U'ES'4-5 ' M359 'f 1 1101 1 Q - an ii Mei HE 1983 VARSITY FOOTBALL EAM 1above1 TOP ROW Eric oore 1501, Bowen Creamer 1871, rian Ellington 1521, Jim Chambers 41, Gearge Schroeder 1321, Roland utirrez 1881, Brett Workman 1771, icheal Morse 1671, Russell Jonas 21, SECOND ROW Scott Garnett -61, Billy Campbell 1661, John elmer 1701, David Bebinger 1191, Mike Fernandez 191 THIRD ROW Coach Garrell Bowman, Coach Gil- bert Hines, Coach Mark Hewitt, Coach Gaylard Fenley, Juan Rodri- guez 1351, Tristan Hunter 1541, Ar- mando Rivera 1101, Anthony Hunter 1241, Danal Alden 1111, Jeff Kioiler 1651, Coach John Seaholm, Coach Bob Foster, Coach Gordon Garrett FORTH ROW Coach Leo McDaniel, Charles Patnode, Antonio Lopez 1751, Jesse Arenivas 1851, Roland Virella 1201, Donny McGrath, Micheal San- chez 1741, Bacilio Martinez 1551, Da- vid Dilling 1801, Jesse Alonzo, Coach Hershel Lansford FIFTH ROW Shawn Gulley 1121, Rudy Aobad 1301, Ernest Castoreno 1561, Mike Gutier- rez 1341, Martin Rodriguez 1661, Jay Medina 1171, Dan Lanfear 1401. Varsity Football 239 ,,.-psnsnulvlll' TAILBACK ROLAND, VIRELLA DUCKS fabove left! his head and dives for a few extra yards before be- ing tackled by an Edgewood player. FREE SAFETY ROLAND GU- TIERREZ JUMPS fabove! to snag an interception against West Campus. Mules lost 19-34. WIDE RECEIVER JESSE ARENE- VIAS fright! catches a 10 yard pass to put the Mules in Edgewood territory. 242 Varsity Football AGAINST CENTRAL CATHO- LIC Ctop right! wide receiver Da- vid Dilling sprints down the side- line to catch a pass. TAILBACK ROLAND VIRELLA fright! comes off the field for a breather after a 5 yard run in the Crystal City game. 1 ff , is X, if ' .. Q., J V FOOTBALL 8 0 2 PPONENT Central Cathohc MacArthur Fox Tech John Jay Edgewood McCollum Carrxzo Spx-mg West Cam us - - ' " K Q I , , ,kvr K Y ?lT25' 4' 5 . ' iW ? I28 jf if ' ' 7f 14f f , . ' Q i797 T20 g . W, QfLQ g103 713 Fi , Tl ' .2 P i i g f00 A I 'L,k. ,kgirifk 2 Mgyers igfforced to fun withzt1i67Hall ithgfi John Jay defense l iu:eaks ggQ3gg1iirqug13ggghgA l ine, Iggights tiedQ 514-14. 1, K tygqfh 0 , A 1 I L FY E 244 Junior vargify Fdothziii I S Q -K 3 nEFENiSE fab 0Velil8W8its thesnap of the hall Chris'Troilo 1fdiiriiis1fh65ififiil18r id by the John Jay qightt erback. Q5 theflohn Jaydefense foridlkain lof 9 yia 1-ds. ' 1 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 7-1-1 AH OPPONENT O6 Highlands 00 48 Fox Tech 12 40 Clemens 06 12 Seguin 12 35 Clemens 12 28 East Central 00 O7 Kitty Hawk 21 O7 Kirby 06 , 20 Southwest 12 Frosh vvin second in district Second place in the district 4-AAAA race was a fitting ize for the big, fast, and rong Freshman football uad. Ending the season with one its strongest finishes in ars, the frosh team posted a ar perfect 7-1-1 season re- rd. Sparked by an exciting, pow- packed offense, the team to score 203 points during its nine game season. A talented, hardworking and stubborn defense limited the Mules, opponents to only 81 points. Highlights of a season that truly marked a New Beginning and hinted at nothing but good for the future of Mule football were the two shutouts, the 48- 0 runaway against Fox Tech, and the 28-O win over East Central. CHRIS BOWLAND 1above1 runs for yardage in the 20-12 win against the Dragons. iYT?2!L,Ef5 am. 1983-84 FRESHMAN FOOT- Scott Owens 1351, Scott Benesch 1671, TEAM 1above1 TOP ROW Ruben Rubio 1181, Chris Bowland Rosada 1541, James Martinez 1281, Phong To 1421, Albert Solano 1, John Canavan 1861, Adam Al- 1661, Myles Allen 1621, THIRD ROW rez 1851, Julian Schwartz 1251, an Tarver 1681, David Harris 1751, COND ROW Ruben Castillo 1741, Wilkes Branch 1221, Mike Britton 171, Joseph Beitran 1801, Jonas Hernan- V12 U . , ig ga Qi .nw , , K, , ' ,. f,.r:vV, , .ag ,A ff: , h i ,I - , 'ft- fe We UM: Tit . Xtra . dez 1871, Jorge Resendiz 1561, John Quirk 1191, Jim McGee 1551, FOURTH ROW Richard Castoreno 1301, Juan Herrera 1171, John Cantu 151, Franc Filio 1601, Larry Martinez 1111. Freshman Football 245 24 6 Va :sit Y Volleyb all ' '90 ge 'WXX seosoovosveeo nemo pegovessvd We Qzybets cab 164 QQ59 -.xexxei Kwixoo.'YXSe 'oX"'4AK0Yook ovoade c6059 wqnqko ok +19 X ed 60 e S QK 3059 n GAB 9055156 0 e cc 69500. be K 5066.655 0 N 55941 Rx. 0 Gabe cot K6519 45 uoqyoox we 9 cle date QXX :mb bees 90 isa- QM ' we e. se. 091 bs '39 'z Vo Y, 01, boom No N l VARSITY VOLLEYBAL W-2 L-12 Edgewood Uvalde Crystal City Laredo-United Carrizo Springs West Campus Southwest Edgewood Uvalde Crystal City Laredo-United Carrizo Spring West Campus Southwest L Shortages plague erratic spikers Once again, lack of height and numbers plagued the girls volleyball team during a disap- pointing season termed "errat- ic" by Coach Margaret Lan- drum. With Angela Reiton at 5'7", their tallest player, the spikers went up against teams with a majority of players at 5'8" and over. "Lack of height means you can't spike that well and can't block defense. Our girls had lots of spunk and guts and we hung in there, made the other teams make mistakes. As a matter of fact, our Wins were because we made the other teams make more mistakes than we did." With only eight varsity players, the team lacked a strong bench. "This was crucial. Playing teams with 10 or 12 players, we lost a lot of games we could have won if we had been able to substitute." . The spikers had their best game early in the season against Uvalde, who went on to win district. "We won the first game 16- 14, lost the second and third, both of them close," Coach Landrum said. "It was the best game I've seen them play,.a terrific match with everyone on the edge of their seats and the stands packed. The girls fought and fought all three games and never let down. Top players named were seniors Bonnie Garcia and Yo- landa Rico, both four year vet- erans and both named to the All-District second team. Most promising player was sophomore Angela Reiton, who Coach Landrum predicted would be the key to next year's offense. THE 1983 VARSITY VOLLEY- BALL TEAM Cbelowl TOP ROW An- gela Reiton, Diana Luna, Bonnie Garci, BOTTOM ROW Yolanda Rico, Corina Garcia, Lisa Garza, Gloria Ocampo. COACH MARGARET LANDRUM ltop leftl volleyball coach. GLORIA OCAMPO fbottom lef0 bumps the ball as teamate Bon- nie Garcia looks on in the 15-3, 15-11 loss to Uvalde. Varsity Volleyball 241 IN A 9-15, 15-1, 9-15 LOSS T0 CRY- STAL CITY fabovel Gloria Ocampo makes a great effort to return the ball. IN A 9-15, 11-15 LOSS AGAINST WEST CAMPUS fabove right! Bonny Garcia jumps to set the ball. AS THE TEAM WATCHES INTENTLY COR- INA GARCIS fright, spikes the ball in the Crystal City game. 248 Varsity Volleyball A..mwmw:h'M" -' . 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With the help of teammates Man Dao, Andy Adams, Larry Covarrau- bia and Carter Smith, varsity returned from Laredo victori- ous with third place team hon- ors. Tl-IE 1983-84 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM lahovel TOP ROW George Cahaza, Robert Single- ton, David Bebinger, Richard Moore BOTTOM ROW Man Dao, Carter Smith, Larry Covarrubia, Todd Huntress, Shane Whitefield, Shan- non Pappas. AT DISTRICT Cleft! varsity mem- bers Andy Adams, 'Carter Smith, Shannon Pappas, David Behinger and Larry Covarruhia sprint out to get in good position for their three mile race. Cross Country 251 W V' xl. f ,.. ik, 7. ,UI Q .wi 3. A"'N f Q A ,, ,. .,,,,. M, , 5 .ff ' ww " 5' , z 1: if fy uf 21, I 'L my ' ' e. H ' ,, , f,' V , Aj Xl, , 1 wk, 4 , 4'J. Q L ,ggi .QU - , 1., M., , 2'1?3l?ff45Z " ' f if We ' Vfkg, Q. .4 V ,mag 4 Q 4 X Efrgkvrq, . I.. A: may 'Z1?4'fi71Q ,. .. mtg fgqsflyz rrgyqysxyykrlxgz " P g "f ,, z 5?:2Q'Aj 4. , . ' ' M img " if .LAR fn, I w A11-, 1 wa Q KJ M., , 44, 5, 1 'Www 4 N3 , f, Wy, W2 S W my g fa .Awww K, .,,, 414115 , ,W ,, , ,C :- ,, if, my ,, it 16 f gg? , N ' I... 7 v 44 I E 1, , N' 5 , if b- vi' nw . 1. 'f ,W 5 'RQ J 1 ' . Q 2 KR , , 5 , Q Z' A J M., ' 1983-84 Ibelow JUNIOR VARSITY McCutcheon, Dex-win Dounson, Ste- Shannon, Carl Graham, Craig Sor- TOP ROW Jason phen Eckhoff, Richard Stevens, tells, Matthew Pappas, Russ Dibble, Bozscss, -'Eiffel' Robert Wright, Chris Cooper BOT-, Doug Mellor. "Biz" Jim 'rom now Mayne Olsen, Fred I s 4 it f we X f A LAREDO UNITED OP Cabovel J.V. runners Carl and Stephen Eckhoff push pace. Carl went on to place fifth than 30 contestants. AS THE GUN GOES OFF iabovel members of the J.V. team begin their district race in Laredo. Ju- nior Varsity captured second place. Cross Country 253 Little experience. lots of heart Although this years girl cross country team was young and lacking in experience it did have determination, enthusi- asm and a lot of heart. Yvette Lewis and Minette Olson proved to be the stron- gest runners with Yvette tak- ingqa sixth place in district and Minette placing seventh. Yvette also placed third in the Ft. Sam Houston race and 4th in the Northside Stadium meet. These efforts were out- standing considering they were competing against 5A schools excluding district. Coach Karen Rotzler said 254 Girls Cross-Country the best effort the team made this year was the third place captured in the district three mile race held in Laredo. She also said that she is looking for- ward to a bigger and better team next year due to not los- ing any seniors. In preparation for the meets the girls ran sixth period and after school for an average of six miles a day. Using the new weight room, the girls lifted weights twice a week. Besides all the grueling excerise, the team also ran interval wor- kouts on the track to develope speed, 1983 GIRLS CROSS COUNTI TEAM ltopl Minette Olson, Sally I ker, Teresa Rodriguez, I-lollyn Vl llama, Courtney Norris, Yvette Le is, Becky Gonzalez, Martha Gom COACH KAREN ROTZLER fabo' girls cross country team coach. I fi! we mmf' .:.Q..f. - v - gf. , Pr lp. . xx-W'X.. We .. . , M ., . f' '15-- .Q i' . QQ, .' 4 22.1 3 .2311 Pa B 5' .Q X Q if if 1. A Q Q Q 94 ' 1 in iff,-qw 3 K fx 3 fi X 5 .Q ik x 8 L rf R 4, X f Q. .1-.ss gf M, X -if ff 3' Q Sa- .1 .Q fn Q Q X K x 5 X gi is Nm 4 iw ir X gs fe A- Q 'F 5 1- Q X 3 ,i .R ti A :LV Q, .M X X . ' K 1-, wx , gi X de if Q-,S L, .. Q S . 1 ' - 5 'mr ' yt. . I 2 . ' if wi' K Q Q J ,iiffff ww W1- :R A L ,, ww. s .. I. If K- . if 3 4+ . 'R . + . :Q-Wvfr-, . ' ' ' - MQ .. , f K M. ,. HW ii ... f 'Y 'iv vi fx K' ,fn wiv. Q, ' 5' fw- ' . - f .155 H ,,, . Q , K4 4 R S r I Q sQ,i:l x X 1 ,, ' Q-ff .. 256 W Ute lpolo Sw Nb be.-no me 59 411.4 ,Sv 9. 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Outstanding players named and their game averages were Clay Tarver, MVP in district. 16 pts, 7 rebounds: Jeff Davis. lst Team All District, 12.8 pts. 10 rebounds: Tadd Thomas. 1st Team All District, 13.4 pts, 8 rebounds, Tim Stevens, Hon- orable Mention All District. orable Mention All District. Tarver and Stevens were named Express,fNews players of the week in consecutive weeks and Davis was MVP of the Seguin Invitational A season high point was the 61-60 win over West Campus on Stevens' 8-ft baseline jump- er with 7 seconds remaining. Tarver led the Mules in the WC game, scoring 22 points in the second half. Varsity Basketball 261 WITH A DEFENDING CARRIZO SPRINGS PLAYER'S HAND IN HIS FACE lbelowl Doug Archer C421 goes up for a shot in the hard fought 64-67 loss. TODD THOMAS C301 Krightj shoots a jump shot over West Campus's Brian Carrol 1441. The Mules lost 64-77 IN THE BIG 92-54 WIN OVER LA- REDO UNITED, ffar right, Jeff Da- vid f23J looks for an open man. 262 Varsity Basketball VARSITY BASKETBALL AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH 77 60 64 64 75 64 92 81 92 54 61 73 76 88 48 51 W-13 L-3 Crystal City Laredo United Carrizo Springs West Campus Southwest Edgwood Uvalde Crystal City Laredo United Carrizo Spring West Campus Southwest Edgewood Uvalde Gonzales Flowe Bluff Ol!! iii! 0900 SCOTT STAFFEL C321 Cbelowl re- leases above a Carrizo Springs de- fender for two points in the Mules' second game with them, a 54-51 victo- ry for Heights. , ,K 3 Q ,yzf f o,,, 1,.tfX f yfffiiwfl tri, LATER IN THE SAME GAME, fbe- lowl Jeff Davis 1231, dominates the jump ball as Tim Stevens C215 tenses for the tip. 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AFTEIi 'MAKfNG l2A STEJAL Liar rightl Albert Ortiz tfies to fwnveftfa 'l5yup if0r. twq pointS in the 75-30 win river Citrix-izo SpringS.' 266 Bnslgitballvf E4 FRESI-IMAN BASKETBALL AM 1above1 BOTTOM ROW John uirk 1101, Billy Peche -1231, John rone 1311, Coach John Seaholm, obby Veltman 1131, Mike Britton, FRESHMAN BASKETBALL AH OPPONENT Southwest Kitty Hawk Kirby Seguin New Braunfels East Central Seguin East Central Boerne New Braunfels Boerne Fredericksburg Clemens Canyon Kitty Hawk Seguin East Central New Braunfels Clemens Canyon Kirby Kitty Hawk 51 28 61 55 74 34 76 75 49 44 52 78 60 39 41 64 69 39 68 60 47 27 55 27 54 37 85 51 54 50 64 60 41 42 60 54 59 43 76 48 61 25 61 59 1151, Greg Marcus 1111 TOP ROW Al- ward Hart 1321, Alan Tarver 1221, By- lan Wilkins 1251, Dayton Conklin ron Welmaker1111, Dee Miller 1211, 1241, Charlie Thilgen 1211, John Shepperd 1241, Chris Senn 1121, Trey Embrey 1301, Felipe Aranda 1201, Ed- Hugh Davidson 1221 Frosh take second in league Lopsided scores were the or- der of the day for the freshmen cagers as they dominated play not only in regular season games but also tournaments. Coach John Seaholm's rug- ged crew ended a highly suc- cessful year in second place in the South Texas Freshman Basketball League with an overall record of 21-4. In tournament play the frosh came out with the Consolation Championship at the Presea- son Conference tourney and brought home the champion- ship from the Boerne Tourna- ment. East Central proved the toughest opponent with the Mules losing all three games with the Hornets, the last a real heartbreaker 41-42. Outstanding players named by Coach Seaholm were Chris Senn, Dayton Conklin, Felipe Aranda, Edward Hart, Dee Miller, Mike Britton, David Henry, John Crone, Greg Mar- cus, and Alan Tarver. Freshman Basketball 267 o V a 1-sity T en nis bexeif XOQ, 445. fain GQ X R5 'vzfb QAM .limo ix 65' usfgxxe KB gaixbfaixov. 0 QQ, QQQQ QXQZKXQQZ if e,'x.Xx:.q X 35xe,44KXe'2iv 655 . Q vb Qi X60 'so Q02- oerl ex 'OON 0 O Q9 X60 X6 43-84 GIRLS VARSITY TENNIS AM fabove leftl BOTTOM ROW :helle Winship, Jennifer Brown- , Tammy Fitch, Mary Mongto- ry, Kristin Dunlap, Ramona orman, Kathryn Johnston, Sylvia innery TOP ROW Coach Larry "5-, 2 i 5 4 Q fe , Oxford, Callie Novosad, Beth Suther- land, Kimberly Winship, Julie Wheatley, Valerie George, Stacy McWilliams, Kathy Paty. 1983-84 BOYS VARSITY TENNIS TEAM labove right! BOTTOM ROW Stephen Maebius, John Beauchamp, Scott Petty, Drew Stewart, David Whellan, Jay Van Heuven TOP ROW Jamie Crystal, Blake Morris, Jim Redmond, Stephen Archer, Tom Hart, Bruce Offield, Peter Herff, Mike Malakoff, Coach Larry Oxford. Tl-IE EAST CENTRAL MATCH :vel Kimberly Winship serves in singles match which she won 6- 0. Netters dominate An impressive fall record that showed varsity netters dominating both dual and tour- nament play in the fall led the way for another winning sea- son. In dual match play the Mules edged by Corpus Christi King 10-8, slaughtered Austin West- lake 14-4 and East Central 7-1, and blanked Madison 8-Og los- ing only to Churchill and Cor- pus Christi King in a second match. Tournament competition was equally successful with major victories coming in the Dallas Indoor High School Tennis Championships as well tennis scene as the Gulf Coast Tennis Clas- sic, winning the first in a final match against Highland Park and the second by almost twice the points of the nearest com- petitor. Named outstanding by Coach Larry Oxford were Mary Montgomery, playing in the iifl spot, Kimberly Win- ship, Julie Wheatley, Callie Novosad, 452 spot, Tammy Fitch and freshman Jennifer Browning. Outstanding boys named were Peter Herff, Drew Stew- art, Trey Banack, Bruce Of- field, Blake Morris, and Mike Malakoff. Varsity Tennis 269 FOLLOWING THROUGH ON l-IIS FOREHAND GROUND STROKE fright! David Dean smashes the ball during an afternoon practice. BLAKE MORRIS AND DAVID WI-IELLAN Kbelowl congratulate each other after a tough game during practice. aff 1, , Q jk 270 Varsity Tennis W Met M Q W" Q...4. "H'r" . .,.. We ' t M- Q N, we V M V, . W ,Aww ,www N- ,W ,.. , Nadi!" . is 1 V -E-o..wfwwM......r........,...t,-. K Us .M .... WN. ,W . new-ww. ........,.... ...Q M, -.a0" """"ap" USING A DIFFERENT STRATE- GY Ctopl Mary Montgomery and Cal- lie Novosad approach the net in an effort to intimidate their opponents. , JENNIFER BROWING fabovel per- EY BANACK fahovel hits 3 POW' fects her backhand while Tammy ul serve during an afternoon prac- Fitch watches intently. 3 A 4 0 ....,................... is M ""Nx., ...M Varsity Tennis 271 THE 1983-84 BOYS JUNIOR VAR- lony, Joe Van Meter, Rees Oliver Fichtner, Robert Young, SITY TENNIS TEAM lbelowlTOP BOTTOM ROW Richy Wyatt, Chip Stone, Stewart Fulton. ROW Coach Larry Oxford, David Sa- 5- 95. 'B Q ' :FA xii? ' Z xr 'S sri, Q in IN THE 30 DEGREE WEATHER labovel David Salony manages to re- turn a serve at an early morning prac- tice at the junior school. 272 Boys J.V. Tennis Changes rearrange JV schedule Major changes occurred this year for the boys jv tennis team. The change from 5A to 4A eliminated play for the mem- bers in the annual fall tourna- ment for 5A schools sponsored by the Texas Tennis Coaches Association which meant that all their tournaments were held in the spring. Because seven of the nine players were freshmen the team was very young and in- experienced. The Mules gained valuable experience during their jv tournaments but did extreme- ly well in their freshman tour- name-nts. Besides practicing in ir d morning, the team me ran to improve their spee stamina on the court. also video taped their prac to see where they needed most improvement on strokes. Cited by Coach Larry Oi as the top five players on 1 I team were 4391 David Ston Joe Van Meter, 43 Fitchner, 44 Tad Bowen, 45 Rees Oliver. Coach Oxford empha that many of the jv player be valuable assets to the t program at Heights when reach varsity level. S E JENNIFER KELL lbelowl stoops for a forehand volley while Lam-an Stepsis also reaches for a forehand volley during one of the teams early morning practices. LAURAN STEPSIS Kbottoml smashes a volley during a workout at the Junior School. A ,ai-' 3 :Sf . if ' K . Lk.k X. s- ,, A- til . W L, of . Ei -X....,, sf- A- if 2 A .. :Af X s .V -..- THE 1983-84, GIRLS JUNIOR VAR- SITY TENNIS TEAM Geftl TOP Lauran Stepsis, Coach Larry Oxford, Robin I-Iohenberger BOTTOM Katie McDowell, Jennifer Kell, Julie Winds Girls J.V. Tennis 273 27 4 Sw i mming 9.15W,6xoq,w5 xwqyx we x ,oqsbk ko 4195- 'sm 40-5 goqbe 6Qv94Reoc.e 049 ARRY MORRELL fabovel perfects is backstrokes in one of the many fter school workouts. Swimmers have winning season Despite having all their dual meets against 5A schools the Mules were able to capture a winning season. In their first dual meet against Jefferson, Heights Medley Relay consisting of Ron Cooper, Lindsey Roberts, Derrick Reiton and Todd Keuper captured first place with a time of 1:53.4. First place individual honors went to Bill Lawrence in the 50 freestyle with a 22.26 and a 50.06 in the 100 freestyle, Der- rick Reiton with a 59:42 in the 100 butterfly and a 1:08.52 in the 100 breast stroke, and Ter- ive Duperier who won the 500 freestyle in 5:26.67. In the Texas Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association Holiday Invitational, called by Coach Jim Yates their best regular season meet, Reiton, Lawrence and Duperier ad- vanced to the finals. Reiton ,placed sixth with a time of 2:25 in the 200 breast stroke and in the 400 individual medley with a 4:32. He also placed fifth in the 1000 freestyle medely with a 10:28, Lawrence came in sec- ond in the 100 freestyle with a 47:79 which qualified him for the Junior National Olympic Team. He also placed second in 50 freestyle with a 22.01 and fourth in the 200 freestyle with a personal best of 1:48. Duper- ier also had a personal best in the 500 free style capturing fifth with a 5:16. The Mules placed fourth out of 19 teams present. I . IE 1983-84 BOYS SWIM TEAM SECOND BOW Charlie Cawthorn, THIRD ROW Barry Morrell, Ron rovelBOT'l'0M ROWCliffEmery, Micheal Steiren, Derrick Reiton, Cooper,BillLawrence,Todd Keuper. rive Duperier, John Benavidas Boy Swimming 275 Wk-X L. - -l QS .WNQWFX S .. ' Q Y. ' -XSS? A X H R x X 1 'Rv 19- , ix. , I x K Q, - X Aw. fl. 3 ,. 2 . kg in ' ..., f kr keg nf' S- A' . .Q . K 5. . -:f.: 5 K .QQX I1 . 4+ X XX KR K X X Q ,vm Q, X Nm K mms wa x w - 54355 3' K k - ., , 'ks -6 A ,W K X 1 ,M Y? QR Kc w Nw X A 'N -wg 'GSS S M X. 'See .l . W, 5 iixikigk l Girls team small but talented Led by a freshman speed- ster, a small but talented team of girl swimmers brought home a wealth of individual honors but as a team was ham- pered by lack of numbers and a rash of illness. Most outstanding swimmer was Becky Davis. The fresh- man girl set a new school re- cord in the meet against Madi- son for the hundred meter but- terfly. Her time was 1:01:88. Becky also did well in the meet against Jefferson where she placed first in the fifty meter freestyle, the hundred meter fly and the 200 meter medley along with Angela Reiton, Sara Nawrocki and Anna Pat- terson. At the Texas Inter-Scholas- tic Coaches Association Meet 278 Girls Swimming over the holidays Angela Rei- ton placed eighth in the two hundred meter backstroke and was also a finalist at T.I.S.C.A. Martha Cocke placed ninth in the five hundred meter frees- tyle and also finalled in the four hundred meter individual medley and placed fifth in the one thousand meter freestyle. Coach Jim Yates said it would have been a good meet if there hadn't been so many illnesses. "Only three girls went but all did well in the meet." Lack of numbers hampered this years girl swimming team. There were only seven girls so they could barely fill the events. Coach Yates said that we have "good quality girls but we need a lot of bodies in order to win." THE 1983-84 GIRLS SWIMMIIN TEAM fabove top! TOP ROW Mart Cocke, Irene Garcia, Angela Reitc BOTTOM ROW Anna Patten-so Becky Davis. Teresa Holt. IN TI ALAMO HEIGHTS-JEFFERSf MEET TERESA HOLT fabovel ral for the finish in the 200 freestg where she won first place with a til of 2:l2.61. M I s , W 25 6 ffm K 4, ,f inf A f, L fx i 5 J . bqiw n V , -., L, if '5?,,g5 4 .1 1 gui? , fwdi ,Q .V , A V ,mai ' H ' mf v '15 5 ww.-A m-Wwe. diiiikifmmiis-' izwmlwaiwuwmi aww? ' , WEN 1 WA gm ma... mlm -- ' " m,,,. I A ,. . l ., f f M5545 M, VV,V 3 K J H V ,I ,, I W A . "W I , M - K A :nm , W ,,,,,' w1 3 i f M ,wwf ', K bw? I , .I , 3 L11 1 M g ,V ' ,xiilw G Olf 'N 'ei Qxcsq 898' vs Q 'O 09 ox ' wg Q0 QQKKQ 0 Seofksbzu 9 'wi oibes. 943-egos Goo os'-9, Q99 9 Quake-9 Bfgbwssgq, 3 Sxcq, c 99 6' B040 view o9s9q,e4 Eolfers capture 'string of wins' Led by new golf Coach Mag- gie Morris, Mule linksters urned in another year of top ierformance with a string of vins in fall dual and tourna- nent play before the spring JIL competition. Posting a 6-7 dual match re- rord, all against 5A teams, the vlules placed fifth in the Victo- 'ia Invitational, in the top 10 at he NEISD tourney, and held good positions in the Corpus ind Seguin tournaments. Boys team members cited as iutstanding were Eric lchweninger, the team leader, DURING SIXTH PERIOD CLASS Cbelowl J. B. Caillet practices putting for an upcoming tournament. John Hovenden, medalist in four dual matches, Jack Matth- iessen, number one in dual sea- son, and Clint Leake. Also turning in superior per- formances were Donald Wayne, Ben Middleton, Elliot Nash, Brent Sterling, and An- drew Heppes. Of the girls Coach Morris cited freshman Neisy Rodri- guez, who placed fourth in the Seguin tourney, as "very promising . . . she is dedicated, has great ability, and is hungry." I983-84 VARSITY, JUNIOR VARSI- I'Y GOLF TEAM tabovel BOTTOM ROW Hilary Keahey, Neisy Rodri- guez MIDDLE ROW Raymond Con- zreras, John Fitch, J. B. Caillet, Chad Jones, Donald Wayne, Charlie Jack Matthiessen, Ben Middleton, Leake, Brent Sterling, Chico West John Hovenden, Erik Schweninger, TOP ROW Coach Maggie Morris, Madison Furrh. NOT PICTURED Collie Owens, Andrew Heppes, Elliot Clint Leake, Brandt Peacock Nash, Kevin Pape, Hutch I-Iarper, Golf 281 USING HIS PITCI-IING WEDGE RAYMOND CONTRERAS lrightl tries to get his ball onto the green, while Erik Schweninger looks on. PREPARING FOR A TOURNA- MENT fabove left! Niece Rodriguez practices her putting while John Ho- vendon waits his turn. DURING AN AFTERNOON PRACTICE, COACI-I MAGGIE MORRIS fright! tells the team where their afternoon practice is going to be. 282 Golf BEN MIDDLETON fbelowl lines up for a putt on the Alamo Heights put- ting green. PRACTICING BEFORE A PUTT Cleft! Hutch Harper takes a swing. JOHN FITCH TRIES Cleft! to get his ball out of the bunker during 6th pe- riod practice. Golf 283 W! an 284 Boys Varsity Track x6 ' N96 e rims' at YLXQZV COOQ C n 1 Q00 NE- 'HE 1983-84 BOYS VARSITY George Schroeder, Pete Markwardt. Hans Mueller. Jesse Arnevis. Alan TRACK TEAM Cbelowl TOP ROW Chris Cooper, Derwin Dounson. Jay Terrell, Prudy Ysassi. Scott Owens. ioach Carrel Bowman, Felipe Lord, Justin Jones, Coach Gilbert Paul Hernandez. Carter Smith. Bry- iranda, Bowen Creamer, Russell Jo- Hines, Coach Donald Byrd. BOTTOM an Welmaker. Kurt Peterson. Jody ias, Richard Moore, John Sheppard, ROW Mike Sanchez, Joe Warren. Martinez ireg Zuschlag, Roland Gutierrez, Experience pays off for varsity cinderman A fifty percent return from ast year's third place cinder- nen gave the 48-member boys rack team a decided advan- age in the grueling eight-meet chedule completed before the ough 14-AAAA UIL competi- ion in April. Led by Coaches Carrel Bow- ian, Gilbert Hines, and Don Byrd, the Mules kicked off the season at their own Mule Re- lays March 3. considered one of the top track meets in South Texas. Turning in top performances this year were the mile relay team of returnees Roland Gui- tierrez, Jesse Arnevias, Allen Terrell and Manual Aranda. as well as David Bebinger, last year's third place winner at district in the 800 and 1600 runs. Gutierrez, who placed at dis- trict last year in four events. also placed high in individual events as did Chris Cooper and George Schroeder. district winners last year in both hur- dles. and among the citvs best in the pole vault. Boys Varsity Track 285 FLYING HIGH IN TI-IE AIR RUDY YSASSI fright! does a running broad jump during an afternoon practice. PETE MARKWARDT fabovel per- fects his form in the discus at after- noon practice. CHRIS COOPER fright! clears a hurdle in practice be- fore a meet. 286 Boys Varsity Track 'wmgywm 4 Wfhwv '?"""E. sw ang.: r I ., uf wr Qiixgesggsi 'R' SYN N' WWW so 'A 2 Kai" x ' -K +2581 Y' at s if fe guim SSL 1052. Wai ammx wif gr ii ala grMiwm ,mf mf K aww H 'WW WWQKQNXQQYQ ii mwwigi? L 5252695 QQ is 1. Kawai Y 13152 M iam av i-4. ,ga Q. ?"L, -E, . W3 ,, ' fi J A A i - . '- f 1-K., Qi .515 ji ,Q-fa,,fozzm,.v,, ,fr g,t.5.v,,-..-,a:3,,,ff5+:,f.:.fMg,:.2.. ,- w2wm:1s,- 1,-'A 1- :V ,rats-2. -...L-wmf:-f.t.,f- , . -err- hgsiffvizgvswfgfiz, g sf' sq, - ww' , Y 5 f ' - 1 V 1 A' zszggfiglz, , fffiff w?f'waL...'Yf1 5 A if , wlNf:w2Ai1gi:12 4 f'-s":.ff,af,-:Q 7- K W., ,L q.,K W, ..,L, .,,,.g:.,.: . 1 .. A LK A ' ,Q ' 1, gp-ggi ,L-mb : Y 'ff f- Yau .L 4' JESSE ARRENIVAS AND ALAN TERRELL fleftl toughs it out run- ning laps during afternoon practice. 3 it ,tk ,its it J My yi' K it fu ' 1 ' X, -- f' 5 ,X u rf' 'ef y 1 , ' . f A N ki-f. -t K pg. -1 few , . i my ,- ,W W , ' ii i .- TR ff 73Wvi mms Y .. mwmtamm, A TSA- , . xv, . .. X-4 xt V . WARNING UP BEFdRE PRAC- TICE ROLAND GUTIERREZ Cleftl jogs a mile. SCOTT OWENS labovel heaves the shot put during an after- noon practice Boys Varsity Track 287 4-+A-.-..,M...,s.,..,.w ,.. . w--.,..........,.... , ..,, THE 1983-84 GIRLS TRACK TEAM lyn Williams, Kate Reininger, Jenni- Finch Cmdy Dorbandt Monme De fbelowl BOTTOM ROW Darla fer Drolla, Melani Anderson, Shelly laney Lisa Garza Yvette Lewis Jill Carter, Yolanda Rico, Coach Linda Drought, Minette Olson, TOP ROW Peters Jessica Stephens Christy Bellinger, Irene Garcia, Karen Pow- Lee Ann Perry, Kelly Kim, Jayna Benedum las MIDDLE ROW Sally Baker, Hol- Returnees lead girl traoksters Led by five returnees, the girls track team took on a heavy schedule this spring looking to be a strong contend- er in both invitational and UIL competition. The team was sparked by Sally Baker, a 1983 Regional qualifier, who made impres- sive showings in the 400 m. dash, 400 and 800 relay, triple and long jump. Other return- ees who turned in outstanding performances were Jessica Stephens in the 100 m. low hurdles, sprints and relaysg .Hollyn Williams and Chrissy 288 Girls Varsity Track Potter in the 400 m. relays, and Jill Peters in sprints, relays and long jump. Coach Linda Bellinger said major strength this year would be in the sprints, hurdles, re- lays, and long, triple, and high jumps. She also cited freshman Jen- nifer Drolla as outstanding and a "big asset" to the relay teams. Special recognition was giv- en managers Liza Garza, a three-year veteran, and Christy Benedum, a two-year veteran. STRIVING FOR THE LONGEST POSSIBLE MEASUREMENT lrightl track team member Minette Olsen practices the long jump. STRUGGLING FOR A FAST TIME fleftl Jill Peters runs with determi- nation in her 200-yard event. ,WWX i ? ,e'-zgqt "" ' . - ' K , , .,,,, .,,...,,.., . , ,... , fszggQgyg5gsggw..'Wazwzi-2219121-if- Km, f up MQW A , I V "H-,Lg a, s 5qqQi?3s,,,, .V , V- ' .,r..,,W, ,S ,W YA .mam.,L,,,,,,,.,...M., . .- ., . , A , , R . .fc 4 P? , , W 6: 32 Q ., X fwf, H f 1 . 1 . Hr-m2,i,,, May. - X -1 2 we V ,.,w-,fm www M3 ew wh-wr-'In Mft K M W ,Q JDJ , Q2ii 3?E,xiQi5Eeei4tx4awi1mes Qt mmm qgigwwgwww WwWPwwgmvv4 a3f'vSaI"1xPs!wK'w 2- 1, 4 -aw ii A - Y. Wftwffm 4 wefieffif' ,NZ wfffeisfi wif P iff at RK , 2 .43 ,,, W-IH, Wwyggxgw ,gag-Wit xy Q, Rgnwz' iw M 323, b ' W1 i1fvf?Qsf?i'A'f it il 7321 Q ff agfifffff fi iwmgmi av M rv as w.e.,fg, We X 5' vii? QHQQZQYFQW if fx, ,W W 5-acffwxiwix-J kk f ft? 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Girls Varsity Track 289 29 0 v ars. lty Bas eba I1 5xoZW'5 co v Q09 ' 16304 ' Qvgl-'a'999' 5 ' +6Q++s 49- xg' as Q x 9 Q 9645 Returnees, 'team A district championship 'eam is a hard act to follow, but he '84 sluggers managed a iecond season of sparkling :lay that put Heights once igain in the win column. Blessed with seven return- ng starters, five of them All District in '83, and three other eturning lettermen, Leo fIcDanie1's Mules Went hrough their tough 14-4A 21- jame schedule with the same effort' put Sluggers on top again "team effort" that gave the '83 squad its 20-9 record and the championship. Pitching was once again a major factor, with all three pitchers back from last yearg junior Barry Morrell with a 10- 2 '83 record and .79 ERA: sen- ior Roland Virella and starter and reliefer Larry Lee. Offensively the Mules were even more impressive with Dan Lanfear, All District and All City centerfielder last year, who hit a whopping .612, Dan Weingart, Virella, and Marco Villanueva, each hitting over .400 last year. Infield action was led by sen- ior '83 All District short stop Mike Fernandez with super play from Virella at third, Weingart at first, Lee behind home plate, and sophomore Pat Ysnaga. , is 'HE 1984 BASEBALL TEAM ROW Mario Zavalla, Charlie Pat- Whitefield FRONT ROW Gilbert above, BOTTOM ROW Larry Lee. note, Marco Villanueva, Mike Fer- DeLeon, Pat Ysnaga. Dan Lanfear. Iiles Perron, Dan Weinghart, Barry nandez, Roland Virella, Coach Leo Shawn Gulley lorrell, Billy Campbell MIDDLE fMcDaniel, Donnie McGrath, Shane Varsity Baseball 291 DAN LAN FEAR fright, connects for a hit during the 1983 New Braunfels game. The Mules won with a 3-1 score. SHANE WI-IITEFIELD labovel steals third in the 12-8 win over Lee. SHORTSTOP MIKE FERNANDEZ fright, fires one to home plate for an out in the '83 game against Mac- Arthur which the Mules won 3-1. TAKING A STANCE BEHIND HOME PLATE ffar rightl, Dan Lan- fear gets ready for the pitch. COACH LEO MCDANIEL Cbottom right! talks strategy to team members Mike Fernandez and Dan Lanfear between innings in the New Braun- fels game. 292 Varsity Baseball AFTER CATCHING A FLY BALL Cbelowl, Dan Lanfear prepares to make a throw to second base in the '83 game with New Braunfels. , y t Q X 1 -v . mg. E V sv, Q, p .Q -- 'wa rm :fy 4 Q V 1,- QF , gf 's f W MIKE FERNANDEZ fabove left, if p 325 connects for a hit in the 12-8 victory is X xVN ! ' over Lee. V ,ff LARRY LEE tleftl tags out a poten- A A A tial scorer in the 15-2 win over Mac. nitbrinz Wm Vw, 'WN -v-GEN 2 if 'rs Q A Q. X . ,. L 3,5 - -' '-ii- f -f ie? ' A- Tg5Vf7ff'?A 1 . 1 Q 2 X 4 5 5 .. cf W, A 1' ' -' ,5-if .- 5 If-i"'-Nf?N'G-M:s.:1'::' Q ' '- , :N ..: i - K Lt ' ,, f f: 1 , f 4 . ' .t fs'-H ' -:'af-me-S. W' -g1gf.2'e?'i1 , ,.-- -.J , K .A... Q -f ,,., , s ais . , ' - - ' ' .3 'fi' :rI.f..'Q my f'-Zia, N t " " 'r'-W il t . "Ii: 'si " gi' - Nmfi' -1- 'p fjjzgsiu z- : B+ F ' an . , ..., Ms:-F . . -f .- 1 . za- Pf'gf' N Varsity Baseball 293 IN THE 3-1 WIN OVER LEE fright! pitcher Barry Morrell is ready to burn one over homeplate. CATCHER LARRY LEE fahovel waits for the pitch to pickoff an attempted steal in the New Braunfels game. Mules won 3-1. IN THE LEE-HEIGHTS GAME SHORTSTOP MIKE FERNANDEZ fright, tags a runner betore ne reaches second base. 294 Varsity Baseball F f ' ',"-viz: -'35 sf -1 f .W sm K H ' 1 ' 2-:e'?3,fn '7fa,isw,w ' z BARRY MORRELL AT FIRST BASE Cleftl waits for a pitch out from the mound to pick off a Lee runner trying to steal second. ': I 5952 'NY' 9 W f 1 'f ,gf ,Va , gf 6-gwig K Q, +5-5'-,,,, F - g 495 1, AT THIRD BASE, ROLAND VIR- ELLA fabove leftl gets ready for a fast one out in the 1983, 3-1 win over New Braunfels. 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A 4 D M Ykx ONE NATIONAL BANK 18402 San Pedro at 1604 15127 496-61 1 1 5 . 'Z' W W K ., M, ff rm J nf, M vp aff2fs6Ys-fiffnyfm 1 Q , e NN 5 M9353 , 1' , .,,,f,,, W , if , . A' - Wm 7, 1 K Q s gy ,, f. w ' ,ffwzh-fM'75 ,J 'W av 1 11' 1 11 AMW? .K , nw Ymwwvwq , v M . TW' fa , 3 UW? 2. 1, , .M u -Y 1' rr ff" 1 , ,Mir 1 . f ,sw 56d"'Aw'1f -Q , 1 51, Q., L, A may 'zu My Ads 325 IN LOVING MEMORY OF NANNETTE CARLISLE CLINKSCALES 1915-1984 HONOFI GFIADUATE OF ALAIVIO HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1932 SENIOR' CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT-EDITOR OF "OLIv1OSlTA"-MEMBER OF STUDENT COUNCIL GIVEN BY SOME OF HEFI CLASSMATES I Ads 327 , 5 .., L K 5 ' f as - 2. , 153,- , . A . 5 1 N . .. mfiw . , 1+ig.5JS. .55- ,ifaw i zg " ' K, '52 A 'S if ' . Xf: A ij?-4Y'3ff.":., 2 gg. . 4 is QS' :fs ff 5 E E Ei, is .... ,. , V .-X, N f -- f ...K -Q A ... A , I L Ads 329 Senior Accomplishments Stephen Ames Key Club Freshman Director 1,2, Treasurer, Houston Convention 33 Freshman Golf 13 J.V. Golf 2,33 Social Studies Honorary 43 Homecoming Prince 43 Homecoming Duke 23 Class Representative 23 Industrial Arts 43 Student Council 4. University of Texas at Austin Jeri Amundson Los Companeros 13 Student Council 1,2,43 Freshman class Sgt.-at-Arms 13 Keywannettes 23 Mu Alpha Theta 2,33 Los Amigos 2,3,43 Spanish National Honor Society 2, Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 43 Junior Class PTSO Represen- tative 33 Junior-Senior Prom Menu Committee Co-Chairman3 Art Nation- al Honor Society 43 National Honor Society 43 Beau Coup Babes 4. University of Texas at Austin Paul Anderson Key Club 1,2,33 Latin Club 2,3. Texas Christian University Whitney Anderson Key Club 2,33 Marching Band 1, Soph- omore Representative 2, Treasurer 3, Assistant Drum Major 43 Optimist Award Nominee in Music3 Concert Band 1,2,3,43 Jazz Band 1,2,3,43 Cam- pus Life3 Senior Play. Southwestern or American Universi- ty in Switzerland Doug Archer Basketball 1,2, Lettered 3,43 Los Com- paneros 33 Key Club 1,2,33 Pooper Scooper 2,33 Senior Class Parliamen- tariang Student Council Representa- tive at Large 43 Honor Roll Honorable Mention3 Boy's State Nominee 33 Freshman and New Student Orienta- tion 4. Jackie Arizpe Cheerleader 13 Los Companeros 13 Wranglers 23 F.H.A. 23 National Art Honor Society. Layne Arnold Band 1,2,3,43 Honors Band 2,3,43 State Marching Contest 3,43 State Marching Finals 43 Region Solo and Ensemble Contest 1,2,3,43 Choir 2, Secretary 33 Latin Club 23 F.H.A. 13 HERO 4. Helen Balzar Foreign Exchange Student 43 Volley- ball 43 National Art Honor Society 43 Video Club 43 AFS 43 Los Amigos 43 330 Senior Accomplishments Senior Play. Jon Bibb Freshman Basketball 13 J.V. Basket- ball 2,3. Texas Tech University Patricia Bolduc Mu Alpha Theta 3, Secretary 43 AFS 3, President 43 National Merit Semi- Finalist3 Optimist Award Nominee in Mathematics3 Princeton Book Prize Award Nominee 33 Student Council Committee Chairman 43 JETS 33 Sci- ence Club 3,43 Sigma Psi Omega 33 Service Club 43 Honor Roll 3,43 Olmos Senior Class Editor 4. Duke University or U.T. at Austin Erika Bollman Class Officer 1,2,3,43 Most Represen- tative Freshman3 Associate Editor- Hoof Print 3,43 J.V.!Varsity Tennis 1,23 German Club3 National Art Honor Society 23 Student Council Represen- tative 1,2. Stuart Brackenridge Freshman Basketball 13 JV Basket- ball 2,33 Varsity Basketball 43 Key Club 1,23 FCA 3,4. North Texas State University or Broadway Technical Institute Shannon Brooke Choir 1,2,3, President 43 Marching Band 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 43 Winner of San Antonio Area Opti- mist Award in Voice 43 German Club Historian 43 All-District Band 33 All- District Choir 2,3. Southern Methodist University Tricia Brown Los Companeros 23 Wranglers 23 Stu- dent Council Representative 3, Spirit Committee Co-Chairman 43 Los Ami- gos 3,43 National Forensic League 3,43 "Miss Irresistible" 43 Senior Class Secretary3 Olmos Layout Editor 43 AFS 43 Homecoming Nominee 43 Football Sweetheart 43 Most Popular Senior Nominee: Mutants 43 Honor Roll Honorable Mention 43 FYB 4. Southern Methodist University Heidi Burkholder Spurs 3, Spur Captain 43 Keywanettes 2,3, Secretary 43 National Honor Soci- ety 43 Spanish National Honor Society 3,43 Student Council 43 Los Compan- eros 23 Los Amigos 3,43 Social Studies Honorary 43 Senior Play 43 Wranglers 23 Junior Varsity Tennis 23 Varsity Tennis 2. Vanderbilt University or Southern Methodist University George Cabaza Freshman Track 13 JV Track 23 JV Cross Country 23 Varsity Cross Coun- try 3, Varsity Letter 4. University of Texas at Austin or Uni- versity of Texas at San Antonio Lucy Calvert Keywanettes 2,33 Competition Com- mittee 33 Latin Club 1,2,3,4 Chaplain- Historian, Sgt.-at-Arms3 Service Cluk 3,43 Video Club 3, Vice President 4 Student Council 2,3,4 Teacher Rela- tions Committee Chairman, Assembly Committee Chairman, Publicity Di- rector3 Social Studies Honorary 3,-4 National Forensic League 2,3343 No- minated Girl's State 33 Nominatec Youth in Government 43 Nominatec Most Popular Junior3 Who's Who ir American High School Students 4 Caledonia 43 Battle of Flowers 23 Sen ior Play. Lisa 'Chacon Mulestall Council 1,23 Student Counci 2, Committee Chairman 3, Secretary 43 Latin Club 2, Officer 33 Keywan ettes 2,33 Service Club 3,4. Chris Cheever Freshman Tennis3 Key Club 2,3. University of Hawaii or University o Texas at Port Aransas Jeff J. Davis JV Basketball 23 Varsity Basketbal 3,43 Most Valuable Player - Seguii Tournament 43 Computer Club 4 French Club 1,23 Student Council 4. University of Maui Jeffrey Rollins Davis Key Club 1,2,33 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,f Los Companeros 23 JV Basketball I Freshman Tennis Team3 Studen Council Committees 3,43 Junior-Ser ior Prom Helper3 Fall Play 33 Sociz Studies Honorary CExecutive Boar Memberl 3,4. John Delmer Key Club 1,32 Football 1,43 Bomba Bicycle Club 3,43 Future Bird Watcl ers of America. Texas A8LM University David Dilling Freshman Basketball3 JV Basketball Z3 Freshman Tennisg JV Tennis 23 JV Football 33 Varsity Football 43 Varsity Frack 33 Key Club 1,2,33 Honor Roll Jonorable Mention 23 Phi Slamma lamma 4. Jniversity of Texas at Austin Susan Drake Ihaps 13 JV Tennis 13 Los Compan- eros 1,23 Wranglers 23 Keywanettes 2, Iunior Class Director 33 Sgt.-at-Arms l3 Campus Life 2,3,43 Olmos Junior Ilass Editor 33 Spurs 43 Student Coun- :il Representative 43 L.U.G. 43 Senior ?lay 4. Ieannette Dunworth Ihaps 13 Los Companeros 1,23 Los Amigos 3,41 Social Studies Honorary 33 AFS 43 Spurs 3, Secretary 43 Wran- glers 23 Keywanettes 2,3, Treasurer 43 Zampus Life 1,2,3,43 L.U.G. 2,3,43 Ol- nos 33 Senior Play 4. Jniversity of Texas at Austin 3rian Ellington Football 1,2,3,4Q Track 13 Campus Life 2,3,43 F.C.A. 2. Nlorth Texas State University knnette Emmons satin Club 13 Latin National Honor Society 13 AFS 2, Secretary 33 Who's Nho Among American High School Students 33 German Club 43 Honor toll Honorable Mention 1,2,3,43 Hon- irs Band 1,2,3,43 Band 1,2, Secretary I3 President 43 Solo and Ensemble ,2,3,43 State Solo and Ensemble 3,43 State Marching Contest 3,43 State Jlarching Finals 43 District Band 43 legion Band 4. Southwest Texas State University Jaul Escamilla French Club 23 Mu Alpha Theta 2,33 Quill and Scroll 3,43 Hoof Print Asso- :iate Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 Stu- lent Council Representative 43 Na- .ional Merit Semi-Finalist 43 National lispanic Scholar Awards Semi-Fina- ist 43 Who's Who Among American ligh School Students 43 National Ionor RollfLeadership Organization Iolumbia College flelissa Evans Zross Country 43 AFS 33 Alpha Ro- neo Club 4. lniversity of Texas at San Antonio or iouthern Methodist University flichael Fernandez 'reshman Football 13 JV Football 23 Varsity Football 3,43 JV Baseball 13 Varsity Baseball 2,3,43 Freshman Bas- ketball 13 Freshman Track 13 JV Track 13 14-4A All District Baseball Team 33 Varsity Football Team Cap- tain 43 Most Valuable Player - Varsi- ty Football Team 43 Honor Roll Hon- orable Mention l,4. Corie Fuhrmann Los Companeros 1,23 Keywanettes 23 J unior-Senior Prom Date Matching Club 33 Future Homemakers of Amer- ica 33 National Art Honor Society 43 Art Club 33 Student Council 1,2. Texas A8rM University Paula Gaddis German Club 1,21 Homecoming Com- mittee 13 Rotary Exchange Student - Germany 33 Future Homemakers of America 4. St. John's University in Santa Fe or College of Santa Fe Brook Gallagher Freshman Cheerleader3 Los Compan- eros 1,23 Keywanettes 23 AFS 2,3,43 Los Amigos 3,43 Science Club 33 Sig- ma Psi Omega 33 Honor Roll 4, Honor- able Mention 33 Chess Club 33 Nation- al Art Honor Society 43 Social Studies Honorary 4. University of Texas at Austin Rita Gallegos Marching Band 1,2,33 Concert Band 1,2,33 Future Homemakers of Amer- ica 1, Secretary 33 D.E. Treasurer 43 Los Companeros 2. University of Santa Barbra Bonnie Garcia JV Volleyball 1,23 Varsity Volleyball 3, Captain 4, Second Team - All Dis- trict 43 JV Track 33 Varsity Track 43 Los Companeros 13 Los Amigos 2,3, Sgt.-At-Arms 43 Service Club 43 Hon- or Roll Honorable Mention 1,-2,43 Spanish National Honor Society 233, Treasurer 4. Rosemary Garner Freshman Cheerleader3 Student Council 1,2,33 Class President 23 Class Vice President 3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Quill and Scroll 3,43 Newspaper Associate Editor 3,43 Wranglers 23 Most Representative Nominee 2,3,43 Service Club 3,43 AFS 43 Fall Play 23 Spanish National Hon- or Society 3,43 Los Amigos 3,43 Mu Al- pha Theta 33 U.l.l. Headline Competi- tion3 Honor Roll l,2,3,4. Valerie Ellen George National Honor Society 3,43 Varsity Tennis 1,2,3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Treasurer 43 Keywanettes 33 Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 PSAT Commended Scholar. University of Texas at Austin Jim Glotfelty Key Club 1,2, Houston Convention 33 Edgewood Cheerleader 43 Super Scoopers 2,33 Campus Life 1,2,33 Ju- nior-Senior Prom Committee 43 As- sembly Committee 43 Fire Drill Com- mittee 43 Speech Tournament 1,2,3,4Q Bird Watchers of America l,2,3. University of Texas or M.l.T. Holly Greene Cheerleader 13 Los Companeros 13 Wranglers 23 Future Homemakers of America 33 National Art Honor Soci- ety 43 Honor Roll Honorable Mention 3,43 Senior Play 4. Tracy Grieshaber Chaps 13 Wranglers 23 Speech and De- bate 2,3,43 National Forensic League President 3, Vice President 43 Hoof Print Staff 43 Student Council 2,3,43 TFA State 23 U.1.L. Debate District- CFirstJ3 Who's Who Among American High School Students 4. Nanette Griffin AFS 2,3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 3,43 Los Amigos 33 Mutants 43 Wranglers 23 Keywanettes 23 Senior Play 4. Roland Gutierrez Freshman Class Representative3 Freshman Basketballg JV Basketball 2,33 Varsity Basketball 43 Varsity Football 2,3,4, United States National Football Awards 4, All-District 14-4A Wide Receiver 3,4, School Record for Longest Return on a Kickoff 43 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Varsity Track 1,2,3,4, Regional Finalist - Mile Relay 2,3, School Record for Long Jump 3, School Record for 200 Meter Dash 33 Social Studies Honorary 33 Industrial Art Club President 43 Senior Class Re- presentative3 Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. Rick Halter Varsity Swimming 1,2,3,43 Water Polo 1,2,3,43 Key Club 2,33 Los Amigos 33 Social Studies Honorary 33 FYB. Texas ASLM University Jonathon Handy Key Club 1,2,33 Student Council Re- presentative 43 Alamo Heights Hunt- ers Society 1,2,3,43 Latin Club 3,4. Senior Accomplishments 331 Senior Accomplishments Hutch Harper Varsity Tennis 1,23 Varsity Golf 2,43 Key Club 1,2, Class Representative 33 Student Council 43 Sophomore Duke3 Super Duper Pooper Scooper 2,3. University of Arkansas Wayne Herrera Freshman Football Varsity Football 1,3,4, Most Valuable Back 3, All-Dis- trict Honorable Mention 33 Student Council 43 Freshman Track Second District 440 Yard Dash, Second Place Mile Relay3 Varsity Track 33 Key Club 33 First Place interscholastic Arts and Crafts Regional State Na- tional Qualifier 3. Simon Hinton Hoof Print 3,43 Sinfonietta 2,33 Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 San Antonio Projects Op- timist Award 4. Harvard, Oxford, or University of Texas at Austin Ethan Hoke Latin Club 1,3, Centurion 23 Chess Club 33 Computer Club 3, Vice Presi- dent 43 San Antonio Astronomical As- sociation l,2,3, Executive Committee Member 4. Stephen Huffmeyer JETS 33 Future Homemakers of America President 43 Alamo Heights Climbing Club President 43 Honor Roll 2. Texas ASLM University or University of Texas at Austin Delight Johnson Keywanettes 23 Future Homemakers of America 3,43 Art Club 33 Junior- Senior Prom Menu Committee 33 Na- tional Art Honor Society 4. Jeff Kjoller Freshman Football3 JV Football 2,33 Varsity Football 43 Key Club 1,2,33 Track 33 Honor Roll Honorable Men- tion 1,2Q Who's Who Among Ameri- can High School Students 3. North Texas State University Sky Klaverman Chaps 13 Future Homemakers of America 23 HECEE Secretary 4. Jill Knight AFS 2, Publicity Director 3, Vice President 43 Choir Treasurer 2, Uni- form Coordinator 3, Secretary 43 Dra- ma 2,3,43 Fall Play 2,3,43 Senior Play 332 Senior Accomplishments 2,3,43 Keywanettes 3,43 UIL Solo!En- semble 2,3,43 UIL Choral Competition 2,3,43 UIL One-Act Play 43 UIL Liter- ary Competition 2,3,43 Video Club 3,43 AHTV 3,43 Los Companeros 3,43 Clown Club 3,43 National Honor Soci- ety 4. Shenandoah College and Conserva- tory of Music of Trinity University Annemarie Landry Service Club 3, President 43 Student Council Community Service Commit- tee 2, Secretary 3, District XV Liason 4, Junior Counselor at District XV Workshop 43 National Leadership Workshop 43 District XV Advanced Leadership Workshop 3,43 TASC State Convention 2,33 LUG 3,43 Cam- pus Life 3,43 Social Studies Honorary 3,43 National Honor Society 43 Span- ish National Honor Society 43 Science Club 23 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,43 Who's Who Among American High School Students 43 USAA Achievement Award 3,43 Spurs 3, Sgt. at Arms 43 Wranglers 23 Keywanettes 2,3,4. Vanderbilt University or Baylor Dan Lanfear Sinfonietta 1,2, President 33 Varsity Baseball 1,2, Captain 3,4, All District- All City 3,43 Student Council 43 Varsi- ty Football 43 Honor Roll 1,43 Student Council Committee Chair 43 Phi Slamma Jamma 4. Florida State, University of Texas, McClennen, or University of South Carolina Bill Lawrence Swimming l,2,3, Captain 43 City Champion 50 Free 3,43 100 Free 43 City Record 50 Free 3,43 All American Consideration 43 Water Polo l,2,3, Captain 43 San Antonio Water Polo Club 43 Junior National Development Team 2,3,43 Junior National Qualifier 50 and 100 FFGEQ Junior Class Presi- dent3 Most Representative Junior3 Computer Club Vice President 3, President 43 Bombay Bicycle Club 3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,43 Social Studies Honorary 3,43 National Honor Society 43 Sigma Psi Omega 3,43 Letterman's Club 2,3,43 Edgewood Cheerleader 43 Student Council 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 43 National Merit Commended Student 33 National Student Council Award 43 First Place Slalom, Second Tricks, Third Jumps, and First Overall-Aqua Gardens Invitational Water Ski Tour- nament 43 Chemical People 43 Compe- tition Committee 33 Honor Rol 1,2,3,4. Clint Leake Key Club 1,2,33 Industrial Arts Club 4 Varsity Golf 1,2,3,43 Honor Roll 1,4 Alamo Heights Hunters Societj 1,2,3,4. Jeanne Ellen Leatherland Honor Roll 13 Honor Roll Honorabli Mention 23 Student Council 13 JV Vol leyball3 National Art Honor Societj 1,21 Los Companeros 2,33 Spanish Na tional Honor Society 2,33 Honor Band 2,3,43 Band 1,2, Officer 3,43 Dis trict Band 3,43 Region Band 43 Stat- Solo and Ensemble Contest 3,43 Stati Marching Contest 3,43 HERO Secre tary 4. Lenya Lemon Roll Honorable Mention 1,2 Roll 3,43 Color Guard 4, Cc Honor Honor Captain 43 Mu Alpha Theta 43 Nation al Honor Society 43 Service Club 4. Liesl Macdaniel ChapsfWranglers 1,23 Latin Club 1 Los 'Amigos 2,33 Spanish Nations Honor Society 2,3,43 Latin Nations Honor Society 23 Mu Alpha Thet 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3, Sec retary 43 Keywanettes 2,3, Projec Chairman 43 Service Club 3, Historiai 43 Spurs 3,43 Social Studies Honorar, 3,43 Rotary Youth Leadership Awari 1983. Jackie Markwardt Marching Band 1,2,3,43 Freshman Re presentative 13 Head Drum Major 1 Honors Band 1,2,3,43 Jazz Ensembl 1,3,43 Solo and Ensemble 1,2,3,43 Stat Solo and Ensemble 33 State Marchin Contest 3, Finals, Fifth Place 43 A District Band 43 All Region Band 1 Summer Debate Workshops 2,33 Hor or Roll Honorable Mention 2,3,43 Ser ior Play. Texas Christian University Tricia Mason Freshman Class Secretaryg Spanis Club 1,23 AFS 33 HECE 43 Studer Council 1,23 Campus Life 1,2. University of Texas Jill Matthiessen Chaps 13 Wranglers 23 Keywanettf 2,33 Future Homemakers of Americ 23 Olmos 33 Honor Roll 43 Studer Council 13 Varsity Golf 33 National Ai Honor Society 4. Donald McGrath Freshman Football Trainer 13 JV Football Team Trainer 2,33 Varsity Football Team Trainer 1, Lettered !,3,43 Junior Achievement 33 Baseball Team Trainer, Lettered 4. ,inda McSween ,os Companeros 13 Chaps 13 Wran- flers 23 Keywanettes 2,3,43 Olmos Ztaff 1,43 Spurs Assistant Manager 43 fampus Life 1,2,33 LUG 43 Senior Play Dennis Meadows 'reshman Football3 Freshman Track3 V Football 23 JV Track 23 JV Base- all 33 Varsity Football 3, Second 'eam Defense All-District 14-4A 43 itudent Council Representative 4. ihari Miller tudent Council 1,2,33 French Club 13 tFS 43 Band 1,23 HERO 43 Latin Club Vestern State, Gumison Colorado lary Montgomery 'arsity Tennis 1,2,3,43 Los Amigos 33 Iu Alpha Theta 2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms 43 lational Honor Society 3, President 3 Spanish National Honor Society ,43 Service Club 3,43 Los Companeros ,23 Social Studies Honorary 3. lint Moore Lodeo Club 2, President 33 VICA 33 lECA 43 Law Enforcement Explorers ,4. .ichard Moore os Companeros 13 Los Amigos 43 Qey Club 1,2,33 Mu Alpha Theta 23 So- .al Studies Honorary 3,43 Student ouncil Representative 33 Intramural ports Chairman 43 Varsity Cross- ountry 43 Varsity Track 3,43 JV Ten- is 13 Varsity Tennis 23 JV Oxford Cup hampionship 13 Super Scoopers ,3,4Q Junior Achievement Vice Presi- ent of Marketing and Spokesman 33 ampus Life 23 Hoof Sprint 3,43 Model 'N 3,43 Christ Church Acolyte 1,2,3. .merican Institute of Technology fright Moore resident of Student Council 43 Trea- irer of Student Councilg 1984 San .ntonio Symphony Joske Award .unner Up- Violin 43 Varsity Track ettermang Varsity Tennis3 Fall Play 3 Senior Play 43 National Honor Soci- ty. Blake Morris Attended Alamo Heights l,2,3,4. Michael Neira Student Council 1,2,33 Key Club 1,2,33 Latin Club 1,4, Treasurer 23 Clown Club Vice President 1, President 33 Photography Club 13 National Art Honor Society 2,3,43 Distributive Edu- cation 4. St. Edward University in Austria Hoang Ngo Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,43 Science Club 33 Sigma Psi Omega 43 Science Team 43 National Honor Society 4. Courtney Norris Campus Life 1,23 Los Companeros 1,23 AFS 13 Varsity Golf 1,23 Varsity Swimming 33 Varsity Track 3,43 Var- sity Cross Country 43 Honor Roll 43 Senior Play 4. Nancy Norton Speech Squad 1,23 Los Companeros 2,33 JV Swimming 2,33 AFS 1,2, Soph- omore Representative, Secretary 3,43 Service Club 3,43 Sinfonietta 1,2,3,43 All-State Orchestra 2,33 Winner of San Antonio Young Artist Competi- tion 33 UIL Solo First Division 441 UIL Ensemble First Division 33 Fall Play 43 Senior Play 4. Callie Novosad AFS 2,41 Future Homemakers of America 1,3,43 German Club 43 Sci- ence Club 43 Varsity Tennis 1,2,3,43 All-District in Tennis, Video Club 43 National Art Honor Society 43 Olmos 43 Sigma Psi Omega 43 Student Coun- cil 4. Kristin O'Connor Spurs 3, Captain 43 Chaps 13 Wran- glers 23 Mule Stall Council 13 Mu Al- pha Theta 33 Social Studies Honorary 2,3,43 Future Homemakers of Amer- ica 1,23 Track lj Olmos 33 Keywan- ettes 33 Los Companeros 3,4. University of Texas at Austin Bruce Offield Junior Engineers Technological Soci- ety 33 President of Latin Honor Soci- ety 43 Latin Club 3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Social Studies Honorary 3,43 Varsity Tennis 2,3,43 Band 13 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,4Q Computer Club 33 Clown Club 13 Varsity Tennis Letter- man 3,43 Student Council 2,3, Chair- person of Spirit Committee 43 JV Ten- nis 13 Captain of Angry Samoans--1n- tramural Volleyball Champions 1984. University of Texas at Austin Magne Hordvik Olsen Cross Country 43 Track 43 Climbing Club 4. Kevin Pape Freshman Basketball3 Freshman Football3 Varsity Football 2,3,43 Na- tional Art Honor Society 2, Treasurer 3, President 43 Freshman Class Parlia- mentariang Sophomore Class Parlia- mentarian3 Bombay Bicycle Club 1,2,3,43 Homecoming King Nominee3 Most Popular Senior Nominee3 Stu- dent Council 43 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3,43 Assembley Commit- tee 43 Los Companeros 1,23 Golf Team 4. Charles R. Patnode Lettered as Football Trainer 1,2,3,43 Lettered as Basketball Trainer 3,43 Lettered as Baseball Trainer 43 Honor Roll Honorable Mention 4. Renee Peterson AFS 43 Keywanettes 2,3,43 Spurs 3, Vice President 43 Los Companeros 3, Vice President 43 Future Homemak- ers of America 3, Vice President 43 Choir 43 Campus Life 2,3,-'lj LUG 2,3,4. Stanford David Pfeil Marching Band 1,2,3,43 Honors Band 2,3,43 Jazz Band 1,2,3,43 Percussion Section Leader 3,43 National Art Hon- or Society 4. Winnie Ransleben Sinfonetta 1,3, Secretary 23 AFS 13 Backgammon Club 13 Science Club 1,43 Sigma Psi Omega 43 Mu Alpha Theta 3,43 Keywanettes 2,33 Wran- glers 13 Chaps 13 Los Companeros 2,33 Social Studies Honorary 3,43 National Honor Society 43 San Antonio Pro- jects Optimist Award Nominee 43 Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 Who's Who Among American High School Stu- dents 4. Texas ASLM University Li Ravicz Novice Debate 13 Standard Debate 23 C Debate 33 Varsity Swimming 1,2,3,43 Varsity Water Polo 1,2,4, Co-Captain 33 Literary Magazine Staff 3,43 Hoof- print Reporter 3, Associate Editor 43 Extemporary Speaking 1,2,3,43 Poet- ry Reading 2,3,43 National Forensic League Treasurer 2, Vice President3 Quill and Scroll 43 Rock Climbing Club 4. Yolanda Rico Volleyball 1,2, Varsity Letterman 3,43 Senior Accomplishments 333 Senior Accomplishments Second Team All-District Volleyball Player 43 Track 13 National Honor So- ciety 43 Spanish National Honor Soci- ety 3,43 Los Amigos 3, Chaplain!His- torian 43 Science Club 3,43 Social Stud- ies Honorary 3,43 Service Club 43 Hon- or Roll 2,33 Who's Who Among American High School Students. University of Texas at Austin Leslie Ridgill AFA 1,23 Keywanettes 2,3,43 Band Flags 3,43 National Art Honor Society 2 Clay Rips Key Club 1,2,33 Los Amigos 13 Com- puter Club 2,3,43 JV Baseball 23 Video Club Floor Director 3, Anchor, Secre- tary!Treasurer 4. Armando Rivera Football 1,2,3,43 Spanish National Honor Society 2,3,43 National Honor Society 43 Track 13 Mu Alpha Theta 43 Bombay Bicycle Club 43 Who's Who Among American High School Stu- dents3 TAMU Physics Convention 3. Southern Methodist University Debbie Roberts Student Council 1,23 Backgammon Club 13 National Art Honor Society 43 Bombay Bicycle Club 2,3,4. Ernie Rodriguez Student Council 33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Social Studies Honorary 3,43 French Club 1,2,3,43 Latin Club 33 Latin Hon- or Society 3. Southern Methodist University Jeanne Rogers Festival of Strings with Houston Symphony-made Assistant Principal 13 Principal Violinist of The High School For the Performing and Visual Arts Symphony 13 T hird Chair Vio- linist in All-State Symphony Orches- tra 23 Principal Violinist for HSPVA Orchestra 23 Third Chair Violinist - All-State Philharmonic Orchestra 13 Optimist Award for Strings 33 Princi- pal Violinist - All-State Symphony Orchestra 33 Sinfonietta Principal Violinist 3,43 Midwest National Band and Orchestra Convention with Sinfo- nietta 33 Service Club 43 First Prize - San Antonio Symphony!Joske's Young Artist Competition 4. Eastman School of Music Paige Sanders 334 Senior Accomplishments Most Representative Freshman Nominee3 Red Cross 13 Chaps 13 Assis- tant Basketball Manager 13 JV Cheer- leader 23 Class Treasurer 23 Sopho- more Homecoming Duchess3 French Club 1,23 Mulestall Council 1,23 Base- ball Sweetheart 23 Spurs 33 Homecom- ing Duchess 33 Los Companeros Sec- retary 33 Sailing - Outdoor Explorers 33 Campus Life 1,2,3,43 LUG 2,3,43 Honor Roll Honorable Mention 3,43 Student Council 3,43 Keywanettes 2,33 Varsity Cheerleader 43 Senior Prin- cess Nominee and Homecoming Queen 43 Nominee for Most Popular Senior3 Social Studies Honorary 33 Chemical People 43 Key Club Sweet- heart 43 Senior Play 4. Jim Satel Key Club 132, Secretary 33 Los Ami- gos 3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 3,43 Social Studies Honorary 3, Board of Direc- tors 43 Future Homemakers of Amer- ica Vice President 43 Industrial Arts Secretary 43 Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 Freshman Football3 JV Footbal13 Edgewood Cheerleader 43 Who's Who Among American High School Stu- dents3 Bombay Bicycle Club 3,43 Freshman Class Officer3 Junior Class Officer3 Senior Class Officer3 Most Re- presentative Nominee 33 Campus Life 1,23 Super Scoopers 33 Houston Key Club Convention 33 TAMU Physics Convention. Vanderbilt University Paul Schmidtzinsky Freshman Tennisg JV Tennis 23 Varsi- ty 33 Science Club 2,3,43 AFS 43 Span- ish National Honor Society 33 Los Amigos 33 Student Council Alternate 43 Los Companeros 1,23 National Merit Commended Scholar3 Honor Roll 2,3. Unity College, Maine Julie Schroeder Campus Life 1,23 LUG 2 Los Compan- eros 13 Wranglers 23 Spurs 3, Captain 43 Fall Play 2,43 Varsity Track 33 Sen- ior Play 43 Honor Roll 1,23 Honor Roll Honorable Mention 3,4. Texas Christian University Erik Schweninger Freshman Golf 13 Varsity Golf 2,3,43 Varsity Water Polo 43 Key Club 2,33 First Semester Trigonometry 43 Bicy- cling Club 1. Stacey Shaeffer Latin Club 13 Chaps 13 Wranglers 23 JV Cheerleader 33 Keywanettes 23 Campus Life 1,23 Honor Roll 43 Varsi- ty Cheerleader 43 Who's Who Among American High School Students 43 AFS 33 Nominee for Princess and Homecoming Queen 43 Nominee for Most Popular Senior. Johanna Sharp Los Companeros 13 JV Tennis 13 AFS 13 Chaps 13 Los Amigos 23 Latin Cluk 23 Wrangler Sophomore Representa- tive 23 Keywanettes Sophomore Clasf Director 2, Projects Chairman 3 President 43 Olmos Freshman Editoi 13 Assistant Layout Editor 23 Layou Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 Studen Council 43 Spur Manager 3,43 Optirriis Nominee in Media 43 FYB Club 43 So cial Studies Honorary 43 Honor Roll 4 Honor Roll Honorable Mention 1,2 Quill and Scroll 3,43 Service Club 4 FYB 4. Charles A. Shields Student Council Representative 1 Student of the Month - Novembe 19823 FHA 13 VOCT Treasurer E President 43 First Place Blue Ribbo Area and State Contest - VOCT Z All-City Optimist Award in Vocatior al Education 4. Faith Short Marching Band 1,2,3,43 Concert Ban 1,2,3,43 State Marching Contest 331 State Marching Finals 43 Service Clu 3,43 Latin Club 1,2, Secretary 33 M Alpha Theta 2,3, President 43 Olmc 3,43 Latin National Honor Society 3, Quill and Scroll 43 Honor Roll 1,2,3, National Merit Semi-Finalist 43 Who Who Among American High Schoi Students 3,4. Barten Simpson Campus Life 1,2,33 Key Club Class R presentative 1, Secretary 2, Presidei 4, Noel Martinez Award 3, Intercli 33 Convention 1,2,33 DECA 3, Chapla 43 FHA 3, Board of Directors 33 Junii Class Treasurer3 Rotary Club You Leadership Award 33 Who's Wl Among American High School St dents 33 Varsity Swimming 1,2,33 V2 sity Water Polo 1,2,33 Varsity Lette man, Swimming 3. Tres Smith Golf 13 Key Club 1,2,33 Spanish Ii tional Honor Society 23 Comput Club 3,43 AH-TV 3,43 Speech Team Fall Play 43 Senior Play 5. Stuart Spencer Boy's State3 Who's Who Among American High School Students3 Managing Editor - Hoofprint Most Representative Nominee C2 YEHTSJQ Vice President Student Councilg Na- tional Honor Society Vice President3 Latin Club Consul3 Vice President of Latin National Honor Society3 JV Tennis3 Key Clubg Junior Class Offi- cerg Mu Alpha Theta Sgt.-at-Arms3 Quill and Scrollg Sigma Delta Chi Award of Excellence in Newswriting3 Optimist Nominee for Youth in Gov- ernment3 Optimist Nominee for Youth in Religion. Scott Staffel Football 13 Basketball 1,2,3,4Q Key Club 1,2, Houston Convention 33 Cam- pus Life 1,23 Industrial Arts Club 43 Honor Roll Honorable Mention. University of Texas or Texas Chris- tian University Heather Stansell Latin Club 13 Chaps 13 Latin Honor Society 23 Los Amigos 2,3,43 Spanish National Honor Society 2,3,43 Mu Al- pha Theta 2,3,43 Keywanettes 3, Sen- ior Representative 43 Spurs 3,43 Social Studies Honorary 3,43 Service Club 3,43 Fall Play 43 National Honor Soci- ety 3,4 Cathy Stevens Student Council 1,33 AFS 2,3,43 FHA 1,2,3,43 Wranglers 23 Keywanettes 2,33 Mutants 43 Los Companeros 2,33 Senior Play Usher 2,33 Junior-Senior Entertainment Committee 33 Senior Play 4. SWT or Texas Tech Paul Stone Basketball 1,2,3,43 Tennis 13 Mu Alpha Theta 3,43 Computer Club 33 Student Council Representative 43 Spanish National Honor Society 3,43 Los Ami- gos 33 Fellowship of Christian Ath- letes3 Honor Roll 43 Jocks That Rock 3. Vanderbilt University or Duke Uni- versity Subadi Sudijanto Honor Roll Honorable Mention 33 Mu Alpha Theta 43 JV Tennis 33 Comput- er Club 43 Optimist Nominee for Youth in Computer Science 4. Brian Tarver Freshman Basketball3 JV Basketball 2,33 Varsity Basketball 43 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Los Amigos 33 Spanish National Honor Society 3. Clay Tarver Freshman Basketball3 Varsity Tennis 13 JV Basketball 23 Varsity Basketball 3,43 National Art Honor Society 23 Na- tional Honor Society 43 Class Officer 1,2,3, President 4. Roland Virella Freshman Football3 Varsity Baseball Letterman 13 All District Third Base- man 33 MVP in Alamo Heights First Baseball Tourg Varsity Football Let- terman 3, All City Running Back 4, Alamo Heights Award for Most Out- standing Back, Second String All Dis- trict 4. Deborah Elise Watkins French Club 13 FHA 23 HOSA Secre- Senior Accomlplishingits 335 Senior Accomplishments tary 23 VOCT 33 VOCT Regional Con- test Fifth Place Extemporaneous Speaking 33 First Place Student Job Exhibit - VOCT State Contestg HECE 43 HERO Vice President 4. Tracey Watson National Honor Society 43 Spanish National Honor Society 2,4, President 33 Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 Girl's State Nominee 33 Campus Life 1,2,3,43 LUG 2,3,43 Social Studies Honorary 3,43 Student Council 1, Homecoming Chairman 43 Senior Class Chaplain- !Historian3 Service Club 3, Secretary 43 Los Amigos 2,33 Los Companeros 13 Chaps 13 Wranglers 23 Spurs 3, Histo- rian 43 JV Cheerleader 23 Keywan- ettes 2,3,4. University of Texas at Austin Melissa Watt Freshman Class Treasurer3 Clown Club 13 Honor Roll Honorable Men- tion 1,33 Campus Life 1,22 LUG 23 Track 1,33 Wranglers 23 Spurs 3,43 Ju- nior Duchess3 Senior Princess3 Home- coming Queen Nomineeg Fall Play 43 Senior Play 4. Philadelphia College of the Perform- ing Arts Dan Weingart JV Baseball 13 Varsity Baseball 2,3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,43 Social Studies Honorary 2,3,43 French Club 1,2,3,43 Boy's State Runner-Up3 Optimist Runner-Up3 PTSO Representative 1. Laura Weissler Keywanettes 2,3,43 Social Studies Honorary 33 FHA 3, Secretary 43 Su- premes 43 Los Amigos 3,43 Spurs 3, Treasurer 43 Who's Who Among American High School Students 43 Campus Life 3,43 LUG 3,43 Senior Play 4. University of Texas at Austin Mary Elizabeth Welmaker Student Council 1,2,43 Freshman Cheerleader3 Nominee for Freshman Homecoming Duchess3 Spurs 3, Cap- tain 4, Selected as one of seven danc- ers at SuperStar Drill Team Camp, Danced with SuperStar dancers at the Aloha Bowl in Hawaii and in Dallas3 Who's Who Among American High School Students 4. Julie Wheatley National Honor Society 3,43 Spanish National Honor Society 2,33 Mu Alpha Theta 3, Chaplain 43 Los Companeros 13 Los Amigos 2,33 Keywanettes 23 So- cial Studies Honorary 3,43 Service Club 3, Treasurer 43 Freshman Class Officer3 Student Council Representa- tive 1, Teacher Relations 43 Olmos 13 Varsity Tennis 1,2,3,43 Campus Life 1,2,3. Student Staff 43 LUG 2,3,43 Sen- ior Play 43 Optimist Nominee for Youth in Religion3 AFS 4. Jack A. White 33 Key Club 2,33 Freshman Footballt Freshman Golf3 Varsity Golf 2,33 Sc- cial Studies Honorary 43 Computer Club 3,43 National Latin Honor Soci- ety 13 Latin Club 13 Escort to Miss Ir- resistible 43 Alamo Heights Hunters Society 1,2,3,43 Spirit Committee 43 Honor Roll 1,23 Honor Roll Honorable Mention 3. Austin College Shane Whitefield JV Baseball 1,2,33 Varsity Baseball 4 JV Cross Country 33 Varsity Cross Country 43 Fellowship of Christiar 3 .s... 336 Senior Accomplishments Athletes 3,43 Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. Eqtephanie Toi Williams . reshman Volleyball3 Varsity Track 3 J V Volleyball 23 Los Companeros 23 ocial Studies Honorary 33 Office ducation Club 33 Distributive Educa- ,ion Reporter 4. r limberly Winship 'arsity Tennis Letterman 1,2,3,4, 4A A ate Doubles Finalist 33 Mu Alpha fheta 2,3,4Q National Honor Society 143 Spanish National Honor Society 733,43 Los Amigos 2,3,43 Los Compan- eros 13 Service Club 3,43 Wranglers 23 ieywanettes 2,3,4Q Class Officer 2,3,4. Southern Methodist University or Jniversity of Virginia Emily Winton Freshman Class Vice President3 Chaps 13 Student Council 1,33 .IV Cheerleader 23 Varsity Cheerleader 43 Spurs 33 Service Club 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 33 Keywanettes 2,3,43 Los Compan- eros 33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Honor Rollg Nominee for Most Popular Senior3 Nominee for Homecoming Princess3 Nominee for Homecoming Queen3 So- cial Studies Honorary 3,43 Varsity Tennis 1,23 Olmos Assistant Fish Edi- tor 1. University of Texas at Austin Susan Wysoki FHA 1, Treasurer 23 Los Amigos 2, Treasurer 33 AFS 2,3,43 Keywanettes 13 Mulestall 13 French Club 3,41 Ger- man Club 43 Social Studies Honorary 2,33 Spanish National Honor Society 23 Vice President of Junior-Senior Prom Committee 33 Honor Roll Hon- orable Mention 1,2,33 Hoof Print Staff 3, Editorial Editor 4. Liz Yoder Keywanettes 2,33 Wranglers 23 Spurs 3,43 Olmos 3, Girls Sports Editor 43 Student Council3 Los Companeros 23 Campus Life 2,3,4. Anne Zachry Keywanettes 2,3,43 Student Council 1,2,3, Publicity Director 43 Wranglers 23 Spurs 3, President 43 Los Compan- eros 13 Mu Alpha Theta 3,43 Social Studies Honorary 43 Service Club 3, Vice President 43 National Honor So- ciety 43 Campus Life 1,2,3,4Q LUG 2,3,43 Varsity Tennis 1,23 Most Repre- sentative 2,33 Olmos 13 Senior Play 43 Fall Play 4. Senior Accomplishments 337 Index Abad Robert 92 243 Abad Rodolfo 73 208 239 Abbey Amy 106 219 222 ACKLES MRS CAROL 145 208 Acosta Ernest 73 Acosta L1sa 92 Adame Albert 92 Adame Deblcne 73 Adamo Ahce 73 Adams Andrew 106 251 Adams Kay 92 Adelman Robert 120 216 Affleck Llnda 120 A1-ITV 193 Akers Floyd 120 Akm Nancy 120 Alcala Mark 120 Alden Danal 92 239 240 Alfonsln Carlos 230 266 Alfonsm Horac1o 92 153 Allen Myles 120 245 Alonzo Jesse 92 239 Alturn John 92 261 Alvarado Jesus1ta 106 Alvarado Joseph 92 Alvarado Rosemary 92 Alvarado Theresa 92 238 Alvarez Adan 245 Ames Stephen 73 159 182 Amundsen Jem 71 73 202 209 211 222 ANDERSON MS CLARE ANDERSON MRS LINDA 53 79 140 143 225 Anderson Melam 120 249 288 289 Anderson Pamela 249 Anderson Paul 73 Anderson Wh1tney 72 73 181 Aranda Feltpe 120 267 285 Aranda Manuel 243 253 Aranda Salvador 92 Archer Aurora 60 106 Archer, John 92, 105, 265 Archer Stephen 104 105 106 111 44 211 269 Archer W1ll1am 70 261 262 Aren1Vas Jesus 73 239 242 285 287 Arlzpe Jacquehne 73 208 Armstrong James 243 Arnold Deborah 179 Artrxpe Carlos 120 ARZAMENDI MRS LYDIA 160 227 Astleford John 120 Avery Albert 120 Bam Lara 120 Bames NICOIG 92 Baker Sally 92 255 259 288 289 Bakke .Ioe106 243 BALTER MR ROY 48 53 137 202 BALTES MISS SUSAN 143 144 211 Balzar Helen 74 143 208 214 222 249 Banack Courtney 55 92 144 211 222 Banack Emerson 74 271 Bankerch Tnnothy 120 Bankerd Wendy 92 Banks Brlan 106 Banks Rhonda 92 180 Barnes Darc1e120 142 Barnes John 92 Barrera Jesus 120 Barrera Marla 74 Barrera Sylv1a 92 201 233 Batey Blyth 92 Bayless Emlly 120 Beagle Llsa 106 BEARD MRS SALLY 138 BEAUCHAMP MRS FRANCIS 50 Beauchamp John 11 106 111 124 269 Bebmger, Dav1d 91, 93, 239, BELLINGER MRS LINDA 154 155 288 Belhs Edwln 106 243 Beltwan Kelth '74 Betran Joseph 120 245 Benavrdes John 120 257 Benedum Chr1st1an 106 219 288 Benesch Scott120 245 Benjamtn Chmstopher 93 Bennett Lor190 93 188 Benson N1cho1as 31 106 Bermea Juhanna 74 BERNHARD MRS NELL B1hb Monroe 74 Bmkerton Scott 74 B1shop Truett 75 Blanchard Stacey 106 Blanton Cathermes 120 219 Blocker D Cory 75 Bode Byron 107 BOGGESS MR CHARLES 140 154 261 262 Boggess Ivan 120 253 Bohls Chalmer 120 Bolduc Patrrcla 42 47 75 135 189 204 299 209 214 222 Bolmg James 120 Bollrnan Erxka 47 48 70 75 146 191 195 Bone James 93 265 Borrego D1ana120 180 198 Bothe Mehssa 119 120 Bowen Harry 107 185 225 Bowen Shannon 107 Bowland Chmstopher 120 150 245 Boyer Theodore 93 190 191 265 Boysen Ian107 192 Brackenndge Stuart 75 81 Bradford Alfred 75 Branch Harold 120 245 Bratton Llsa 95 Brenan Heather 105 107 111, 187 1 I A I 1 , , I 251 , 1 1,1 .1 V 1 ' ' I . 1 1 1 1 ' , ' P 1 n I Q ' 1 1 I 1 1 ,1 1 1 -A 91 A . 1 , , - 71 ,L 1 , , V4 , Lv, ,K V 5 y I , .. I 1' 4 1 . 1 1 I 1 1 Y , -A V 2 A 1 1 Al 1 I, 42 : 2 1 . ,A 1 1 1 L 7 A ' , 1 7 ' I A 7 1 .. , ' , 1 , 1 .1 . 1" , L ,V f. , K i K , ' lv, ' 1 I ' 1 . 1 1 1 , ' A 189 I I . , J I 1 7 I 2521 A I A 1 ' 4 I 11 , 5 , . , A , 1 .ras A 1 ' 'W h 1 , . V V K i 5 , I , K A A , Q i , ,. ' , 1 - y , 1,,. Alcan, Gary 106 1 I Baker, Nancy 157 4 Blanton, Carolyn 561 120, . . 1 1 '1 1 1 7 , , I 9' Y Y 1 7 , ' 3 . 1 .1 1 1 1 , A 4 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 , ' 1 1 1 I 1 V A ' A 1 . 1 A 1 I, ' I 1 1 1 Vi , , k 1 g 1 A 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 2 I . I 1 A I 1 1 .1 I ' V 1 P - 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 K 1 A 1 1 . 2 , 1 97 , ' j f 1 1 . . 1 ' 1 1 1 ' . 1 I 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 A 1 i , . A ' ' ' . ,A K 1 8 1 1 . 1 - . 9 ' , 7 7 I ' I i 7 h 7 7 . Y Y ' Y 7 Y 7 7 2 7 7 7 1 7 ' 1 V 1 1 1 h ' 1 1 1 I I I Q I 7 I 7 I 1 1 1 U K 1, 1 1 1 In 1 I 1 , A 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 , 1 ' f. 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 V . A , , K , , 1 , , . 1 x - 1 1 1 1 , ' 1 2 1 . 1 1 . I 1 1 , 1 338 Index BRENAN, MR. MICHAEL Cantu, John 121, 245 135 BREYMAN, MS. 154, 155 Bridges, BRIDGES, MR 180 Brown, 72, 7 5, 9, 222 Brown, Robert Browning, Eloise Browning, 269, 271 Bryant, Katie 1 Bryant, Michael Bucella, Mathew Buescher, E Burkholder 76, 175, 202, 219, 222 Cabaza, George Caillet, J B 93, Callihan, Debr Calvert, Lucile Caballero, a Calzoncit, Cantu, Rita 121 CARDENAS, MR. NINO 139 Carlson, Mollie 93, 202, MRS. ELAINE Paul 121 Mary 55, 107, Angie 249 Juan 121 Marian 75 Castillo, Ruben 121, 245 Castoreno, Ernest Jr. 93, 239 Castoreno, Richard 121, 227, 245 Castrejana, Kelley 107 Castro, Allen 107, 217 Cauthorn, Charles 107 199, 257, 275, 276 Sylvia 75 Cynthia 111,87 211 IR 196, 197 Marilyn 50 Roxanna 119, am 121 Aysel 24, 108, 219 Clark, Norman 108 ANNE 158 122, 267 118 122 94 42, 91, 204, 275 14, 142, 222, Lorenzo 122, TIS 158 JOANNE 159 PEGGY 151, 94, 239, 285 108, 243 49, '75, 94, 192 75, 208 D 225, 235 Campbell, 291 Canales, Canales, Canavan CLOWN CLUB 215 Coates, Paula 122 COBB, MR. COCKE, MRS. Cooke, Martha 122, Coiner, Catherine 118, 122, 267 108, 243 ROBERT 157, Index Davis, 263 Davis, Davis, Davis Davis, 279 Jeffrey 75, 159, 261, Jeffrey 76, 261, 263 Lee 94, 230 Lisa 108 Rebecca 122, 278, De Brooke,Leah-108 Dean, Johne94,,100, 211, 222, 265, 2707 1 , 1 Dean, Robert 1225, ii, 147, 266 De Leon, .Gilbert ,,,i 94, 291 De Leonx i,f 59475 ,'i,i 4 De Leon, fJohnnieQj1z2,2,g 7 158, 230 1 ieie ' ,,i,, 9 in .i ii, 1 iiii De Leon, Julio 108 - J Delgado, David,9-4, 147 Delmer, Jonathan 53, 72, 76, 78, 239 7 Delmer, Susan 122 i , Dennison, Mathew 53, 122, 225 Devine, Robert 108, 243 Dewall, Stacey 122, 187 Dewees, Kathleen 122 Dibble, Russell122, 253 Dillard, Gina 108 Dillard, Jeffrey 52, 76, 84, 159, 161, 192 Q Dilling, David 49,4 239, 242 Dillon, Kelley94 1 Doherty, Seana 108 Dominguez,Jesus 76, , Dorbandt, ,Cindy ,ieii 1 22, 288 DOunsO,11, DeIiWiI1Q9,44le,253, 285 4 eiii , ,til g f ,e,l, i e,, 5 y 4 7 Dounson, GG171'3d5,253'2' J S Drake, Susan 76,1219 is 3 Dreeben, Lisa 122, 219 Drolla, Jenniffer 122, 288, 289 , Drought, Shelly 288 Duke, Pamela 76, 157, 198, 199 Dulaney, Monnie 122, 288 Duncan, Edgar 94, 208 Dunlap, Kristin 108, 269 Dunlap, Scott 123 Dunworth, Jeannette '76, 87, 218, 219, 222 Duperrier, Frank 123, 257, 275, 276 Duxstad, Sarah 123 E EARLE, MRS. NILA 151, 230 Eckhoff, Stephen 253 5 EDMONDSON, MRS. LOU 138 1 Edmondson, Robert 94, 225 ,i,, Edwards, Melinda 94 , Ellington, Brian 76, 239 ' Ellington, Elisa 109, 182, 219 y Ellis, Craig 76 J Embrey, Bridget 123 Embrey, Stacey 123 Embrey, Trey 123, 267 Embrey, James 123, 275 Emmons, Annette 76, 79, 178, 181, 224, 225 ENG, MR. JOHNNIE 222 Engelke, Emilie 94 Engels, Tara 94 Escamilla, John 109 Escamilla, Paul 47, 58, 94, 190, 191, 195 Esparza, Martin 77 Estrada, Robert 77 Evans, Melissa 77 EVERS, MR. IRA 145 Eyster, John 123 Ezzel, Ehren 123 Fagan, William 77 Fairall,iLaurin 94 FALCON, MRS. CONN IE 139 Falk, Joby 123 Falls, Michael 95, 99 Farrimonds, James 109 Fast, Lauren 123 Faulkner, Craig 123 FEARIN G, MRS. GLENN A 138 Fellbaum, John 95 JR. 239, 240 Fernandez, Michael 77, 239, 291 Fernandez, Orlando 95 Feuerbacher, Paul 95, 96, 208 FHA CLUB 230 Charles 123, 272 Melinda 47, 77, 219 222 123, 245 Jayna 123, 288 Jeffrey 77 , Darrel 95 John 123, 281, 283 Tamara 109, 211, 222 DR. WILLIAM 135 , Sylvia 109, 210, MRS. TRICIA 139 Flores, Dora 77 Flores, Jose 109, 149, 265 Flores, Maria del Carmen 123 Flowers, Duane 77 FOERSTER, MR. PAUL 22 45, 50, 123, 148, 149 Ford, Jon 123 Foreman, James 109 Forgy, Anita 123 Forgy, Catherine 123 U Forsythe, Jane 109 FOSTER, MR. BOB 151, 239 261 265 L Foster, Bradford 39, 109 Foster, David 109 SFRENCH CLUB 217 Furhmann, Canda 77, 208 Furhmann, Carl 109 Fulton, Stewart 123, 272 Fuhrr, Charles 95, 243, 281 Gaddis, Paula 77 Gallagher, Augusta 77 , 82, 146, 222 Gallegos, Rita 77 Dupre, FENLEY, MR. GAYLARD Galloway, Debra 95 Galvan, Javier 123 Garcia, Corina 40, 95, 202, 211, 222, 247 GARCIA, MRS. ENRIQUETA 161 Garcia, Irene 123, 249, 278, 288 GARCIA, MRS. KATIE 139 Garcia, Rafael 109, 243 Garcia, Yvonne 77, 202, 211 222, 247 Gardner, Michael 123 Garner, Dominic 123 Garner, Rosemary 40, 70, 71, 78, 79, 150, 191, 194, 195, 202, 214, 222 Garnett, James 81, 95, 109, 239 Garnett, Kathryn 109, 182 GARRETT, MR. GORDON 154, 183, 239, 261 Gary, Darlin 123 Garza, Fernando 124 Garza, Javier 123, 253 Garza, Lisa 108, 181, 247, 288 Garza, Maryela 123, 249 Garza, Mike 95, 189, 261 Garza, Sonia 95 Garza, Steve 78 George, Perry 109, 265, 266 George, Valerie 31, 78, 204, 269 GERMAN CLUB 225 Gilchrist, John 109, 243, 265 Gleeson, Frederick 123 Glotfelty, James 78, 83 Glover, Amy 124, 187 Glover, Calvin 124 Goldsbury, Margaret 124, 152 Gomez, Martha 124, 254, 255 Gonzaba, Manuel 124 Gonzaba, Vincent 78 GONZALES, MRS. MARYLIN 140, 141 Gonzales, Rebecca 95, 254 Gonzales, Maria 109 GORDON, MRS. BETTY 152 Goyette, Carmen 95, 181 Goyette, Michael 216 Gragg, Roger 124 Graham, Carl 124, 253 Graham, Monte 109 Gray, Thomas 33, 58, 78 Green, Susan 109, 208 Greene, Hollie 78 Greer, Victoria 95, 266 Grieshaber, Shelley 124 Grieshaber, Tracey 78, 190 Griffin, Nanette 78 Groos, Gretchen 95, 222, 230 Groos, Lieschen 124 GROSS, DR. CALVIN E. 50, 134 Grutter, Maurice 124 Gruetter, Ivette 76, 217 Guardia, Stephanie 96, 198, 199 Guerrero, Veronica 124 Guest, Valerie 124 Guevara, Pablo 78 Guggenheim, Regina 109, 214 Gulley, Shawn 91, 96, 222, 239, 291 Gutierrez, Irma 124, 235 Gutierrez, Miguel 78, 239 Gutierrez, Norma 78 Gutierrez, Rene 243 Gutierrez, Roland 78, 152, 239, 242, 261, 285, 287 I-l Hahn, Bobby 109 Hale, Patricia 96 Hall, Douglass 109, 225 Halter, Laura 129, 219 Halter, Richard 79, 257 HALTER, MR. RICHARD 135 Handy, Glee 124 Handy, Jonathan 79 Hann, George 124 HARBORDT, MRS. DOROTHY 161 Harden, Timothy 124 Hardwick, Christin 109, 187 Hardy, Susan 109, 219 Harper, Sam 78, 79, 281, 283 Harrel, William 79, 154 Harris, David 53, 124, 245 Harris, Jayne 96 Harrison, Emily 96, 222 Harrison, Tara 109, 180 Hart, Edward 124, 267 Hart, Thomas 58, 96, 150, 159, 222, 223, 269 HARVEY, MRS. PEARL 139 Hatch, Stacy 124 Hayne, Walter 109, 265 Hays, Gregory 109 Henderson, Jayne 124 HENDRIX, DR. DON 134 Henry, David 124 Heppes, Andrew 109, 181 Herbert, Priscilla 109, 154 Herff, Ferdinand 96, 211, 269 Hernandez, Antonio 109, 243 Hernandez, Jonas 63, 124, 245 Hernandez, Monica 124 Hernandez, Paul 285 Hernandez, Rebecca 96, 249, 285 HERO 231 Herrera, Bonnie 124 Herrera, Juan 79 Herrera, Juan 124, 245 Herrera, Patricia 96, 249 Herrera, Wenceslad 79 Hertel, Lindsey 96 HELEIITT, MR. MARK 159, Hickman, James 110 Hickman, Sandy 124 HINES, MR. GILBERT 154 239, 285 Hinson, Shelley 124 Hinton, Sinon 79, 90, 191, Ho, Hoang 156 Hoffman, Holly 110 Hohenberger, Anne 96, 222 Hohenberger, Holly 110, 273 Hoke, Ea 14, 125 Hoke, Ethan 79, 216 Holmgreen, Celia 110 Holt, Theresa 110, 278, 279 HOOF PRINT 190, 191 Hooper, Stacey 96 - 1 Index Hooper Stephame 96 Horn Rachel 110 211 222 HOSA 233 Houser Elhot 125 Hovenden John 92 96 281 Hrolmcka Mary 125 Hubbard Laura 125 Huff Mary 125 Huffmyer Stephen 79 230 Huffmyer W1ll1am 125 Hughbanks Paul 96 198 Hunter Rlchard 79 Hunter Rold 239 Hunter Russell 239 Huntress Wllllam 110 Hutcheson Er1ck 125 Hutch1ns R1chard 110 Hutt Deseree 97 Hyatt VlI'gllf113 125 Hyltm Mary 79 Ingle Joe 110 Inghsh Dav1d 79 Isle1b M1chael 107 Ivy Marvm 80 JARED MR GEORGE 174 Johnson Dehght 80 208 JOHNSTON MRS CHESLEY 135 Johnston Kathryn 104 105 110 189 269 Johnston Murray 110 Jonas Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Russell 97 227 239 Chad 110 281 Dav1d 110 Ehzabeth 97 Justm 97 110 Sean 80 214 , I , . 4 y . I . , , , K I. 282 1 Y ' 7 ' . , y 1 y v Q r 1 1 I ! 7 Y Y 199 ' , ' , . - y . 1 ' 7 r Y . ' V ' I ' , ' ' ,251, , , , , 253 , ' , , I , v A Y ' ' ' ' , ' 138 , ' , , ' ' ' 137 , 1 1 1 1 v I E , ' 203 A Y 7 7 - , . ' y , . Y , I y 9 'N I Y . ' . ' Kjoller, Jeffrey 80, 81 Leake, Charles 110, 281 Y 7 . I , . . ' , 7 1 ! ! 7 ! 7 , . , 1 9 r r l 3 ? 1 7 , b Y , .. K y . 9 - ' ' ' ' 1 7 1 v v ' , ' Y 7 1 3 7 ' v' 217 I ' , 1 r v 9 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 266 1 I ' 7 7 Y , , I, . v . , I 217 I A , 1 , , , , , , ' , , 285 225 I ' , 7 9 , I y 342 Index Jordan Jay 125 JOSEPHSON MRS GAIL 152 Kale Lesl1e 80 KATZ MRS KAREN 143 144 202 222 223 Kazen James 125 Kazen Jeffrey 125 Keahey H1llary125 281 KEATING MRS JEAN 160 Kell Amy 125 Kell Jenn1ffer125 273 Kelley Vanna 110 Kelley K1mberly125 288 KELSEY MRS HELEN KENNEDY MISS ELLEN Keupper Todd 97 257 275 KEYWANETTES 219 K1ll1am Hunter 97 Kmg Les11e 125 Kmg Wesley 97 192 KIRBY MRS DORRIS 139 Klrk Mel1ssa125 182 198 Klaeveman Melod1e 80 Klahn Conrad 80 Kleberg Chr1st1na 125 Kleck Edgar 110 243 Klme Robert 118 216 Klover Jeff 159 239 Kmght J11l 80 209 218 Knox Ke1th 125 Kocurek Dorothy 59 110 198 199 204 Kocurek Patr1c1a 110 Kopplow Carrxe 118 126 189 219 Korbell Carolme 126 Kownslar Edgar 97 204 KOWNSLAR MRS MARGUERITE 140 Kregor Leah 58 97 202 Kregor Mathew 126 215 KRUEGER MRS GERTRUDE 140 142 Kurtz Chr1st1an 126 Lam Phu 80 Lam Quo180 Lamm Deborah 40 97 202 209 211 222 228 Lander Charles 126 LANDRUM MS MARGARET 183 247 Landry Annemarxe 71 80 175 202 209 222 Lanfear Dan1el80 239 291 Lang Nathan 110 243 Langmore Mar1e 97 161 Lanhaus MIFOSIHV 97 227 LANSFORD MR HERSHEL 155 239 Lathrop Susan 126 LATIN CLUB 220 221 LATIN HONOR SOCIETY Lawrence Stacey 126 Lawrence Wllham 74 80 257 275 277 Leatherland Jeanne 80 181 Leatherland Sara 126 Lebrecht John 97 Ledwmg Cynth1a 126 Lee Larry 291 LEE MR MARTINE139 Leflore El1zabeth 90 91 94 98 161 202 239 LEIZEAR MISS JANE 136 Lemon Leyna 80 180 209 Lew Anne 126 Lew Aprll 110 Lew LISH 110 Lewallen Jeffrey 126 LGWIS Donald 95 261 Lewls Lovely 126 Lewls Ivette110 254 255 288 289 Lmzer Dav1d 126 L1pscomb Mlke 126 L1ttle John 110 L1vely Deborah 110 Long Anne 126 Lopez Antonlo 80 227 239 Lopez Mar1o 98 Lopez Sandra 110 Lord Jay 126 285 Lord Payton 110 180 181 LOS AMIGOS CLUB 222 LOS COMPANEROS CLUB LOVING MR ROGER 146 Luna Dlane 98 247 LUNA MRS JANIE 138 Luna Laura 126 Luna Mar1so198 156 208 Luna Ph1ll1p 80 Macdamel L1es142 80 209 218 219 222 Madrld Marlssa 98 180 Maeb1us Stephen 93 98 222 269 Maeder Le11a 126 Magrueder Amy 111 54 227 Magruder L1sa 80 Malakoff M1chae1111 269 Mann Carol 126 149 Marcus Gregory 126 267 Marker Jeffory 98 Markwardt Jacque-hne 60 80 181 Markwardt Peter 111 243 285 286 Marsh Brenda 111 Marth Jenmfer 126 219 Martm Andrea 126 152 Martm Nancy 111 MARTINEZ MISS ADELLE 139 Marunez Martmez Martmez Martmez Mart1nez, Martmez, Martmez, B8C111O 81 145 Carlos 84 Davld 84 208 Ehzabeth 118 126 Fernando 127 James 127, 245 Jo Ann 81, 249, Martmez Jose 27 Martmez Larry 127 245 Martmez Mary 111 MARTINEZ MR RAMON Martmez Reynaldo 98 243 Marvm Courtney 111 222 MASSA MRS MARILYN 148 149 Mason Patr1c1a 81 Mathesen Seneca 111 Math1s Damel 127 Mathews Jenmffer 83 98 Mathzessen Jack 81 281 Mathlessen .1111 81 230 MHUTICIO Momca 98 Mavemck Heather 127 217 MAYER MRS FRANCES McCarthy Steve 111 265 McCol1ough M1Ch61l 127 McCutcheon James 111 MCDANIEL MR LEO 155 McDougall Lance 81 McDowell Kat1e 127 McEldoWney Hardmg 98 McEwen Bennett 81 McFarlane Amy 98 McGarraugh John 127 McGarraugh Juha 98 McGee .1ames127 142 245 MCGEE MRS WALLACE McGrath Donald 81 239 McInn1s Annle 111 230 McKowen M1chae182 McNee1 James 98 261 McSween Llnda 82 177 188 189 McW1ll1ams Stacy 31 98 MCW1111HmS Stephen 39 111 243 Meador OrV1s 127 Meadows Charles 82 Medma, Katherme 127 Medlna, Modesto 98, 239 Mellor, Douglas 253 Mendlola Martha 82 Mendoza Jesse 82 Mengden Stephame 111 154 208 Menger Catherme 112 219 Menger Jenmffer 127 187 Messlnk Pauhne 98 Meyers W1ll1am 39 112 243 244 M1ddleton Bengamm 98 281 282 Mlller Donald 127 M111er Sham 48 85 M1111k1H Christopher 9 99 Mock Deborah 112 182 183 184 Monreal Cmdy 127 Montgomery Mary 42 45 82 209 211 269 27 MOAD MR DAVID 152 Moore Austm 50 '7 82 Moore Chnt 82 Moore Emo 91 99 239 MOORE MRS PAULA 159 Moore R1chard 77 82 211 Moorman Ramona 112 211 222 269 Morgan Brennen 82 Morrell Barry 53 91 99 257 259 275 MOPTIS Jeffrey 82 269 270 MORRIS MS MARGARET 136 281 282 Morms M1chae191 112 154 Morse M1ehael 239 Moses Anne 112 Mowles Danny 82 MOYA MR RUBEN 139 Muelhch M1ssy 91 99 217 Muller Hans 91 127 224 Muller He1d199 209 224 225 249 Munn Ehzabeth 82 230 Munoz Dan1el 112 Musgrave, M Cebern 112, 230 Myer, Martha 112, 182, 222 , 5 , , 283 ' , r Q 1 9 - . Z 1 ,V 235 2554 0 ' ' 5 p f ' ' , , 147 l' ' 5 , y, . ' 5 9, ' ' , ' ' , 2357 v I I 7. 9 5 ' D , l 3 ' ' ,, 7 K 7 1 , , , , , I , ' , , V , , 153 ' , ' , , , 139 , ' , , , 201, , , , , 209 Madrid, Amy 111, 141, 180, McCrary, Carter 111, 243 Moore, Clay 91, 99, 101, 243 235 , ' , 'L ' ', ' , , 225 ' ' ' ' ,Q f ' , , ' , v 3 Y 7 J 7 , I , 9 5 V4 D, y , 1 s , y K , , 5 s 7 ' 7 9 7 . , .. Y , 1 . , , 225 ' ' ' ' 239 d ' ' , , , ' ' , , , Index 343 Index Nash John 9 99 281 Nawrockl El1zabeth112 Nawrocln Sarah 91 99 190 191 194 195 209 Ne1ra M1chael 83 Nelson Courtney 91 99 NGUYWICR Cory 104 112 219 222 Newell Natalee 83 Newman Ronald 91 99 NEWTON MR BARNEY 40 136 NFL 206 207 NIXON MRS COUNTESS Ngo Hoang 83 157 209 210 228 NORMAN MRS MARY Norrls Courtney 83 254 Norton Nancy 49 83 198 199 202 Noto Antolnette 127 Novosad Calhe 83 189 228 269 271 Nowotny Anastas1a 91 O Bryan Molly 112 Ocampo Glor1a 247 O Connor Kerry 23 75 83 Offleld Alan 14 27 83 88 Olfers Tracey 127 Ohver Harr1ett 112 Ollver Rees 273 Ohver Rahonda 112 179 Olsen Mange 83 141 253 Olsen, Mmette 127, 254, 25 Olson, Maruta 91, 99, 157 OLVERA, MRS ESPERANZA 144, 235 O Nezall, Kathleen 112, 187, 218 219 O N e1ll Lesl1e 127 Ontrxveros Sandy 127 Oppenhe1mer Laura 42 99 211 222 Oppenhe1mer Marxan 9 Ortega L1sa 45 83 209 215 Ortlz Albert 112 Ortrz Sylv1a 127 Ostrum Catherzne 83 O Toole Lor1 127 Owens Charles 127 281 Owens Ronald 127 254 281 OXFORD MR LARRY 273 Palomo Juamta 128 Pape Kevm 83 208 281 Pappas Mathew 128 253 198 251 Parker Amy 91 99 Parker George 112 292 Parsons Chr1stopher 113 Paschal Angela 113 182 183 219 Patnode Charles 83 239 Patterson Anna 83 128 278 279 Patton Brett 113 243 Paty Katherme 91 99 269 Paecock Ph1ll1p 128 Peche W1ll1am 128 Perez Jesse 130 Perkms Ashley 113 Perron M1les 91 99 Perron Tracey 128 Perry Lee 90 100 189 Peters J1ll1O0 224 225 Peterson Kert 100 Peterson Renee 175 218 219 230 235 Petty Scott 100 269 Pfelffer, Lor1 219 Pfell, Dav1d 84 Pfe1l, Patr1ck 113 Phelps, Eleanor 100, 189, 219, 222 Phelps Mary 189 219 222 P1erdolla Gerald 128 P1ttman Katle 84 100 Pletz W1ll1am 84 152 Pluchmsky Shannon 113 Potter Chrlstma 113 Powlas Karen 84 152 202 Prevost Tara 128 Pr1chett Bryan 100 PRUETT MRS JOY 157 Pryor Helen 84 QUARLES MRS NORMA 140 143 144 QUINN DR MARY 141 156 157 Qu1rk John 128 254 Qu1rk Mehssa 128 Radl Ahson 100 Rames Jane 100 Ra1nes Shannon 91 100 187 202 211 Rannrez Ana 84 128 152 Ramseur Raquel 113 208 Randol Judson 113 Rangel Let1c1a 128 RANSON MRS SUSIE 140 Ransleben W1nn1e 84 208 Raphael Damel 100 Raphael Suzette 113 Rav1cz L148 84 190 191 RHVICZ Mara 128 215 Raymond Amy 128 Rebonato Glor1a 84 142 Redmond James 113 225 Reed, Bart 128 Reed, Brett 113 Raed, Wencel1n 100, 202, 17 REEH, MRS PAULA 139 b ! 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Y , , - , , Ngo, if-hao 106, 112 Pappas, Shannon 91, 99, Qulrk, Margaret 113, 219 140 ' ' Y Y Y 7 3 1 t 1 1 Os ' ' , , , - 2 7 7 ! , Y , y 99 51 , , , Q 1 7 y , o f 1 1 1 1 , 7 9 1 , 7 . y , 1 y v 7 9 y x , A , D , , , 3 269 , . , , ' 195 9 . y 1 5 l r l r 344 Index Reeves Audrey 113 Relmnger Mary 113 182 Re1n1nger Ph1l11p100 243 Re1ton Angela 113 247 278 279 Rerton Derr1ck 100 257 275 277 Resend1z Jorge 128 147 REYNOLDS MR HAROLD 145 Rey Nestor 189 Rhame Joshua 129 R1ce Chr1stopher 113 Rlchards Darra 128 R1chardson Leslle 101 Rmhardson Stephen 84 RICKS MS CAROLYN 149 204 R100 Santxago 40 101 222 Rlco Yolanda 42 84 202 211 222 247 R1dg1ll Lesl1e 84 149 159 RIGGS MR GUY 157 RIORDAN MRS SANDRA 141 142 145 R1os Mary 128 180 R1ps Clay 84 R1ps Le1gh 114 156 Rlvera Armando 41 53 209 211 239 239 Rrvera L1sa 92 Roberts Deborah 84 85 Roberts Grady 101 243 Roberts L1ndsey101 208 RODEO CLUB 227 Rodgers Sarah 101 225 Rodmguez Ernest 42 85 Rodrlguez Ernest 128 Rodmguez Fab1en 114 Rodrlguez Grac1ela 128 Roduguez Juan 85 227 239 266 Rodrlguez Larry 85 Rodr1guez Martm 239 240 Rodmguez Nelda 128 147 281 282 Rodmguez Selma 85 Rodmguez Steven 85 101 Rodrrguez Teresa 101 254 Rodmguez W1l11am 128 Rogers Jeanne 85 198 199 ROWLAND MR DELBERT 50 136 Roller L1sa 128 Romeu Del1o 114 Rork Sharon 114 141 180 219 235 Rosado Carlos 128 254 Rosas R1chard 101 ROTZLER MRS KAREN Rublo Debora 14 208 Rublola Shelby 128 Ruble Scott 85 151 Ruch Douglas 129 Russo Dav1d 129 Rutman Jess1ca 31 50 58 61 90 01 201 202 211 Rutrnan Nathamel 129 Sackett Chr1st1ne 101 Salome KTlSt1HG 114 Salony Dav1d 119 129 272 Sanders Ben 101 Sanders Kathleen 72 85 147 187 Sanders Thomas 60 129 198 199 Sandoval Ramon 101 Sandoval Teresa 114 Sarran Karla 53 101 181 202 209 Sarran KPISTIH 59 101 SARRAN MRS JANETT Satel Ehzabeth 114 152 211 222 230 Satel James 70 85 230 Scarsella R1c11rd101 243 SCHERMER MRS ELAINE 141 214 Schm1dt Arny114 182 183 Schnndtzmsky Paul 85 Schne1der Susan 129 285 Schoendraft Mel1ssa 85 Schraeder Lucy 129 Schroder George 101 239 Schroder Julie 86 175 Schuette Jeffrey 101 Schuhmacher Harry 129 Schupbach Robert 129 189 SCI-IWAB MR GERALD 145 159 Schwartz Dav1d 53 129 181 214 215 Schwartz Jul1an129 245 Schweers Roy 114 189 Schwemnger Errck 86 260 280 281 SCIENCE CLUB 228 Scott Joe 114 Scott Stephan1e114 187 SEAHOLM MISS ERNEST MAE 141 142 239 SEAI-IOLM MR JOHN 261 Seals Chesley 114 Seals John 101 Sebesta Amy 98 101 Segrato Nancy 129 Sellers Edwm 86 Sellers Kelley 101 225 Senn Davld 129 SERVICE CLUB 262 Servm Sandra 102 230 Shankle M1Ch611E 114 222 Shannon Clyde 114 253 Sharp Johanna 42 86 177 194 202 218 219 Sheffleld SYIVIH 129 Sheppard Car1na 129 Sheppard Deborah 14 Sheppard John 119 129 Sherrod Angela 115 56 Sh1G1dS Charles 42 86 Shodrock Kun 02 Short Fa1th 86 135 89 94 95 209 Shulman Luc1a 102 Sxmpson Bart 86 Slmpson Br1tt 29 SINFONIETTA 98 Srngleton Robert 107 189 251 952 Srsco Joseph 86 Sltterle Dan1el 86 230 . , . . , -, , . - , K 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 K 1 1 1 1' 1 K 1 K .I 1 - 1 9 7 7 1 . 3 I I 1 K V. 2 5 K 0' 1 . 1 1 1 1 - 1 -EK , 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - K Y K 1 1 K 1 K ,K . 1K 1 1 1 Y in K 1 K 1 A , 254 , ' K 1 I K 1- . 1 1 ' 1 1 , K ' 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 , . 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K . , Index 345 Index Sleger Slone Srrnth Sm1th Srmth Sm1th Srmth Srmth Andrea 15 Ronald 29 Carter 102 251 Charles 86 Douglas 86 Ellen 102 Laur1lle 181 230 Margaret 129 SMITH MR PAUL 153 Sm1th Qumtm 129 Snell John 115 Snow Paul 102 Sola Aurora 86 Solano Albert 129 Solon Sara 102 217 Sorrells Cra1g 130 215 253 Sours John 87 147 Sours Mar3or1e 115 SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 211 Spencer Martha 90 102 Spencer Norman 31 40 42 71 85 86 195 209 261 SPOOR MRS DAVID 135 Spoor Martha 130 Staffel Joe 86 102 230 Staffel Scott 261 263 Standish Lor1l130 230 STANDFORD MR HARRY 134 Stansell Heather 87 142 202 209 218 219 Stansell Qulntln 115 Stephens Jess1ca 115 Stephens Lauren 115 Steps1s Lauran 130 225 StBpS1S Mark 102 224 225 Sterlmg Brent 102 204 211 281 Sterhng Suzanne 130 219 Stern Jud1th 113 187 222 Stern Becky 87 Stevens Catherme 87 Stevens, Rlehard 25, 115, Stevens, Tmnothy 87, 261, Steves, Frances 31, 102, 202 Steves, Sarah 15, 52 Stewart, Apr1l 130 Stewart, Drew 102, 269 346 Index Stleren Amy 130 275 Stone Dav1d 130 272 Stone Kathryn 102 Stone Paul 87 261 Straube Sherr1130 198 Strlckland Kenny 02 179 STUDENT COUNCIL 200 Sudnanto Subad142 87 252 204 216 Sulak Ph11l1p 30 Summerland Ehzabeth 02 SUTTON MR BOB 216 SWANN MRS SUSAN 160 SWINNY MR BILL 14 Sykes Tammy 102 180 Tagle M1sty 102 225 Talley Serena 42 87 Tarver Br1an 87 56 Tarver Clay 71 87 156 261 Tarver M1Ch89l 267 TASSOS MRS WANDA Tate Jos1e 130 Taylor Clayton 182 227 Taylor James 115 Techuanhuey Jose 115 243 Techuanhuey Yolanda 102 211 222 Terrell Allen 99 102 Terrey Letgh 63 130 187 Terrey Llndsey 103 Tewell Er1cka 130 180 Thaggard Stephame 53 103 Thutgen Charles 130 267 THOMAS MRS SUSAN 148 149 Thomas W1ll1am 88 95 Thomas W1ll1am103 95 THOMPSON, MRS DOROTHY 142 Thorton, Becky 103 TIBBETS, MRS, ANN 97, Tlemann, Paul 88, 198, 199 T1etz, Susan 66, 115 Ttjerlna Bernadette 130 To Phong 130 245 Tolar Rebecca 115 Tomas1 Nancy 115 Torgerson Jeffrey 66 115 Torres Claud1a 130 Torres Deborah 88 Torres Loretta 103 Tran Thl 115 Trav1s Asle1gh 103 Tr1esch Robert 72 88 Trmgle AIIISOH 130 180 Trxngle Ronald 88 Tro1lo ChI'1SllOpheI'115 243 Truesdell Susan 115 Turner Melame 130 Turner Mehssa 88 158 Tyer Debra 130 154 Tyler Carolyn 115 Ueeker Cheryl 14 180 Ur1be Alfonso 116 Urrutla Suzanne 116 298 Valdez Chrlstme 13 Valdez Delmar 103 Valentme Suzanne 116 227 266 Van Hueven Jay 131 239 Van Meter Joseph 116 198 Vargas, John 13 Vasquez, Rlchard 103, 235, Veltman, Robert 131, 276 Vlllanueva, Marco 88 V1llareal, Joseph 116 V1llastr1go, Chrmstme 116, 156, 222, 236 5 S ' Y , ' W 3 , 7 I - 7 .V7 I ' 3 ' I ' ,,135, 1 , p , . 219 A 7 3 9 I r ,v '. 9 VV' A ,,,' y 7 , , 145 ' , , 5 , 9 I 9 2 Y K I p , ' ' T Troilo, Stephanie 60, 80 ' 7 , ' ! , 7' ' , 1 7 a li 7 3 , , y 1 ' , , , 157, ' , , , 242 V 273. 1 , p ' , , 7 . 7 7 V , I 7 , , y Y 7 7 7 . I I , I , 3 . 5 b A 7 1 , ' 261 253 . ' ' I- 243 263 - .142 ' Virella, Rolando 148, 242 Vitela, Anna 88 W WABEKE, MR. GENE 145, 146 Wagner, Wendy 13 Walden, Lisa 131 Waldsachs, Elizabeth 03 Walk, Lori 103 Walk, Wendy 131 Walker, Hillary 13 Walker, Mathew 116 Walker, Shannon 116 WALPOLE, MR. RICHARD 60, 137, 151 Walthall, Walter 131 Warren, Joel 103, 243 Warren, Kristin 13, 219, 235 Watkins, Deborah 88 Watkins, Dana 131 Watlington, Dana 131 Watson, Andrew 116 Watson, Christina 118, 131 Watson, Tracey 14, 70, 88, 175, 202, 209, 211 Watt, Melissa 89 Wayne, Donald 103, 211, 281 Webb, Rachel 33, 131, 210, 235 Weichert, Blake 131 Wiengart, Dan 42, 89, 217 Weiss, Jeffrey 116 Weisller, Laura 76, 89, 175, 219, 230 WELCH, MRS. BARBARA 153 Welmaker, Byron 131, 150, 267, 285 Welmaker, Mary 89, 175 Wenger, Paula 131 West, Albert 131, 281 West, Anne 103, 187, 202, 209, 211, 218 West, Janie 90 Wheatley, Julie 42, 87, 89, 159, 204, 211, 214, 222, 269 Whellan, David 103, 228, 269, 270 Whellan, Rebecca 131, 210 White, Jack 89 WHITE, MR. RANDALL 158, 159 White, Scott 131 Whitefield, Shane 89, 251 Wilkins, Allen 131, 276 Wilkinson, Stella 131 Williams, Elizabeth 116, 222, 254 Williams, Mark 116, 216 Williams, Stephanie 89 WILLIAMSON, MRS. JOHN A. 135 Willis, Linda 116 WILLIS, MRS. MARY KAY 144 Windes, Julie 104, 11, 116, 273 Windship, Kimberly 70, 87, 89, 204, 209, 211, 269 Windship, Michelle 40, 116, 222, 269 WINNANS, MRS. ANN 150 Winton, Emily 72, 76, 89, 187 WINSLOW, MRS. SHIRLEY 160 Winton, Ralph 116 Wood, Andrea 119, 13, 187 Wood, Jenniffer 131, 198 Workman, Brett 89, 239 WRIGHT, MS. CARLA 145 Wright, David 117 Wright, Duane 117, 54, 216 Wright, Robert 31, 253 Wright, Shannon 7 WRIGHT, MRS. VETA 142 Wyatt, Richey 118, 119, 13, 272, Wysoki, Susan 79, 89, 109, 91, 225 Y YATES, MR. JIM 257 Yoder, Elizabeth 89, 189 Yoggerst, Author 7, 198 Young, Christopher 89 YOUNG, MRS. KASHER 138 Young Robert 131 272 Ysassi Rodolfo 103 Ysassi Sandra 89 Yznaga Patrick 117 243 Zachry Anne 14 89 179 202 209 219 Zachry Ellen 118 131 182 Zamorano Lisa 89 Zavala Zepeda Zepeda Zepeda Mario 89 227 266 Bernabe 58 89 149 Daniel 117 David 117 Zertuche Patrick 131 ZSOHAR MS ISABEL Zuchlag Gregory 53 103 209 243 ZUSCHLAG MRS MARY 158 219 218, P . 7 Y 7 ziegief, sara 53, ,103, '209, 217 150 ' ' Index 347 GUES O 990 000 .qw , , 3309993 I Q l'l"l 3 9 9 J 9 9 92919999 'WO J 93 Q2 9,1 63060 9 Q Q2 0 D91 '09 K-'UL Eli' Q- ' 0 9 ' ' Q' an ll s . 0 65 5 57 0 3 0 if 65 0 53 r l ' , 3 63 T 3 0 Ki ' l, 3 0 0 ' 55 Q Q Q W r .vL,' 1 -'11 zff . -ffrr t ' f V if D 0 9 Q e 0 sv Q 6 " 'S' 'Q 1 ff 3 ,, y . Q, I . ' l I ' t W ia: if To end the year with a bang our basketball team made it into the play-offs. 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