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

 - Class of 1985

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In V I F3 ,f vm X. ,K l4,.x ix xl .,s 2' 1 . bw W 'xff I ff ,..4v- -. -J- N 6X 4 O al' " av I 6' fini 1 f" rf- 21 9: K f 5 , 1 2 Q fi Z5 A FAVORITE PASTIME FOR MANY MULES tabove far leftj was the lakes for a little fun in the sun water skiing. AFTER A LONG RELAXING SUM- MER FOOTBALL PLAYERS HIT THE TURF Cleftl for Workouts the second week of August. STUDENTS EXPERIENCED A TOUCH OF PATRIOTISM ftop leftj as fireworks burst in the air the fourth of July. SENIOR JIM MCNEEL TAKES ADVANTAGE fabovej of the sum- mer with a little frisbee throwing at Port A. Calendar 13 Many people also watched the Democratic and Republi- can conventions to see pom-poms and balloons engulf the delegates. A lot of Heightsters had cosmopolitan experiences at the World's Fair in New Orleans, While other people discovered the wonders of Europe through AIFS or on their own. In August, freshmen attend- ed orientation to find out where their classes were, and to familiarize themselves with a high school atmosphere. Hoards of Heightsters also in- vaded the movie houses. The top movies included "Grem- lins", "Ghostbusters", and "Indiana Jones". ,." s """ SHOWING WHAT FRIENDS REALLY OUGHT TO BE ttopj Gremlins' Stripe and Gizmo were two of Hollywood stars of the sum- mer. CAMPAIGN SIGNS ttop right! crop up everwhere in the 1984 election battle. SENIOR BILLY CAMPBELL AND 14 Calendar DEBBIE CHESNEY tabovel warn freshman of the dangers of cross- ing the emblem during freshman orientation. AN UNIDENTIFIED PERSON trightb stares in awe at a towering exhibit at the New Orleans Worlds Fair. AN EXHAUSTED BUT EXCITED GROUP OF ALAMO HEIGHTS STUDENTS Qabovei take a break from the bus in Greece near Athens on the annual American Institute foreign Study trip. AS HEIGHTSTERS LEAVE THE COAST FROM THEIR LAST SUM- MER FLING fleftl this was a famil- iar sight. Calendar 15 TENNIS COACH LARRY OXFORD tbelowb takes out his frustrations on the senior class fund raiser at Howdy Night. THREE FUTURE HEIGHTSTERS fright! kick off the annual Howdy Night Parade. NOTRE DAME BASKETBALL HEAD COACH DIGGER PHELPS Kbottom right! goes over the fine points of basketball at the basket- ball seminar. When students came back from vacation, they were concerned about their grades, the new 70 passing grade, limitations on absences and ABX's, and more stringent requirements for extra- curricular activities. During the first few weeks of school, Princi- pal Barney Newton spoke to students in special assemblies to explain the changes. While San Antonio remained fairly dry, up to 20 inches of rain fell in Brownsville, causing extensive flood- ing. Meanwhile, the atmosphere in Lebanon was still unsettled, as another terrorist attack on the U.S. embassy occured in Bei- rut. The tradition of Howdy Week took over September, leading Howdy Night where food, ranging from punch to frankfurters, and games were available to the overflow crowd, and as September turned the corner, more than 300 basketball coaches attended the Champi- on Basketball Seminar in the big gym with Digger Phelps, head basketball coach at Notre Dame. up to 16 Calendar -ir K n, S Ai' . x, - IWW? fyv i 'E - ,fi K -,, ga -117459 P 'lv-1 'sl' .,,, ff 'S A L45 'fly-f-f Dyk' 6 ew -Q A A. b ,V .A f v J . .Q TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE HOWDY NIGHT BREAK DANC- ING CONTEST fleftj an unidenti- fied person takes the floor and shows what he has. The contest yielded five winners, each winning 355. Calendar 17 Students began to notice another change on campus, as walking shorts were finally approved by the school administration. Students were able to Wear them, as long as they were in good taste For the flrst tlme in several years school enrollment figures went up Meanwhile students busily groomed themselves to have their Olmos picture taken To the relief of tennis players the high school tennis courts were finally usable, after a year and a half of construction. QQ Wt 4: ,Maw 5 .sfff I E 3 9 .538 if f irq V I MM '. 'W .K-We it A AAA l ,,,,, , "V- y ..., lj' v 2- A , I 1 h x u I .- C ' 1 iffiiv 1 :I 3 V Y H'- f A'f11" 4'h" I A f! L:" Z M My W KLM? 1 1 Q1 , 1 9 5, '7 f We my? W , W9 , an-ml 4 af 11 1 1 Q 1.31 M , 1 W Z ff 4 X 3 A 'X 1 y M y 1 4 S 60 W er 'M 4 V 574 if? Af 1 1 if X ,ly M Q I 1 41 ,M in , , 'YH 1' ,D 1 gf , , ,, 11? 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JIM MCCUTCHEON GETS READY Qfar leftj for another lunch hour sale of student directories pub- lished by the Student Council. EARLY IN SEPTEMBER tleftj the Senior Class lines up in front of the school for the annual class picture. STUDENTS AND FACULTY tabo- velcrowd around a table of goodies as Los Comps kicks off the year's bake sales. Calendar 19 il ww "It's you say," said a parent. r'fTe11 ime nothing of the sort? 5 T i As the Valley girls awe- somed themselves to that great shopping mall in the sky, new fashions swept the scene. From Trivial Pursuit to breakdanc- ing Cboth involving the headl Heightsters gave in to their urges, much to the headaches of their parents. Many students discovered how nice those little green pieces of paper with numbers were.eTheywere acceptable ev- a thefrise, but that was for the erywherel Taco yCabansaSlaiidfff Eleven received as did the clothes stores.7Covvlhey hats and denim jackets had priority wardrobewise, for cooler weather. For drivers wanting a little more power, raised trucks seemed to have done the trick. consumption was on parents. They sat back in their chairs, maybe watching a mov- ie on their VCRs, thinking "What will they do next?" y S-ff W -is X S if 1 . ' 'A ,f ,iq 4 'yah if A was-. ,Wg 185' Q' ' ,, v,..k X , X .M October was a month of both relief and shock. Relief finally came in the form of much needed R a i n and cooler temperatures, which helped to lessen the severity of the long drought. In the early part of the month, students from all over the city attended the College Fair at Alamo Heights, where more than 50 colleges from around the country sent representatives to answer questions from curious students. All during October the Presidential race was in full swing, as the debates between Democratic nominee Walter Mondale and Republican nominee Ronald Reagan as well as those of vice president nominees Geraldine Ferraro and George Bush were aired on television. JUNIORS DEBBIE LIVELY, ASH- STUDENTS TAKE ADVANTAGE LEY PERKINS, AND KRYS BUR' OF THE PSAT TUTORIAL SES- LESON DECIDE ON WHICH SIONS fright! in hopes of prepar- STYLE RING THEY LIKE BEST ing them for the real test. iabovel during the class ring sale. 24 Calendar S9215 S g in idk 'E l Q E S+' ei' VARSITY POLO PLAYER TERIVE DOPERIER GOES UP FOR A SHOT AS THE DEFENDER ATTEMPTS TO BLOCK IT Qleftj at the state Water polo tournament where both girls and boys teams took third. i A JUDGE MAKES CAREFUL NOTES fleftl at the UIL band con- test held here. JAY LORD BRINGS AS GOOD PRICE fabovel from Master Colin Seals at the Latin Club's October Slave sale. Calendar 25 The Distinguished Lecturers at Trinity University included Dr. Carl Sagan, who discussed such things as the credibility of the "Star Wars" technology. There were shocked reac- tions worldwide at the assassi- nation of India's Indira Gan- dhi and rioting continued be- tween the Hindus and the Sihks for many Weeks. The band brought home UIL honors by receiving superior ratings at district competition. Special visitors to Alamo Heights included the German Youth Orchestra who provided students with good music and talent. ii ,E Sig f W' I 5 43.41 so is ,. - I fs' :Q f 'SS ff f Q its -'Q X.-A ss ss 5, READING HER REPORT CARD fabovel sophomore Becky Davis is not sure if she likes the new grad- ing policies. 26 Calendar EVERYWHERE IN TOWN Ctop cen- terl it was very likely that you saw prospective Jack-O-Lanterns to- ward Halloween. . Q in . K 2-A M 3, AFTER A LONG AND SUMMER THE LONG AWAIT- ED RAINS CAME, AND IT WAS NOT AN UNCOMMON SIGHT TO SEE UMBRELLAS flefth at HOT such places as the UIL band con- test. AND STILL THE RAINS CAME Qabovel and we wondered when we would see sun again. Calendar There is always fear and horror on Halloween Night, as the Displaced Preppie strikes. He chooses his victims very se- lectively, attracted to Almond Rocas and popcorn balls, and will kill for them. He smells like Pierre Cardin cologne and his weapons include a Ralph Lauren belt and a sterling sil- ver butcher knife. While most people stayed home on this night dreading 'Q the Preppie's visit or watching "Attack of the Killer Tomaf toesf' others made the most of their Leatherface costumes and went out scaring on their own. Among these were the Keywanettes who struck terror into the hearts of happy Woo- dridge elementary children at their Haunted House. Others, like the Spurs, played it safe and trick or treated for special causes like UNICEF. , :L M mr, - S ,. ,,f, , - 553-ggfsfsezaefvgfizv iii- "1 1-wwe 191 'ff-5-1593, K nf" X f fl, .,X,., , A nyone W3nkthfRE ll4? ,, , naw, .LL.,, . Q Qggzsf,-' 12 A Ln'-sei? W-If' X if-w . f W, P27555 4' 'Eff' .s-, -M315 5755:-I'::, M xsw 51 , , Q41 WN f .SSW 'X x Q 6, ,... ,iz J' ' A ak , Y My SY f A V 1-M, , 1' em x ms' ,E , ,wmg f f as 54, 3 2 1 Hectic, preparatory, and successful were the key Words for November. The presidential campaign finally was over and on November 6 the people got the chance to vote for their choice in the elections Ronald Reagan was re-elected by a landslide and Senator Phil Gramm was re-elected to a second term in Congress. Some fast moves by the varsity football team put them in the Bi-district playoffs, the first time in 30 years. A Drama Department production of Woody Allen's "Don't Drink the Water' played four nights to wildly appreciative audiences even though it was the first straight drama done at Heights in many years. JUNIORS DECORATE NORTH WING Qaboveb in hopes of winning first place in the hall decorating contest during Homecoming. THE MAIN DOOR SAYS IT ALL ftop centerb with a big sign an- nouncing the Mules making it to the 32 Calendar playoffs for the first time in 30 years. THE SPURS DECORATE A VAR- SITY FOOTBALL PLAYER'S HOUSE Qrighti to show school spir- it and to wish luck before the dis- trict playoffs. r na , my-me Wj QQ-t ff Q5- f -Q0 HOMECOMING KING BEN during the presentation of the roy- MIDDLETON qabovey escgrts al court at half time at the Home- Homecoming Queen Anne West C0miHg game- Calendar 33 1 ws as Y, ,, ip, wnlfflwf w 'FFVU ,f 'Pip--" r.Zi'11 f. 'fp f ,ww f n ,iq ,V fic 1 5 f ,E I 5 1 Q! im, , l , ,: if A M' . SENIOR BILLY CAMPBELL Cabovel crams for the second six weeks tests in a cove at Trinity Li- brary. AT THE START OF THE HOLIDAY SEASON Qtop centerl local stores D stocked up on turkeys for the tradi- tional Thanksgiving dinner. CAST MEMBERS OF THE FALL PLAY Qleftl "Don't Drink The Wa- ter" take a bow after their last per- formance of the four night run. Calendar 35 Looking back on the year 1984, people paused to determine whether or not it had been Worth getting out of bed the first day of the year. The year had had its highs and lows, as did the month of December itself. In a year of crisis, yet another tragedy occurred in India, following the assassination of Indira Gandhi in India. The Union Carbide chemical plant in Bhopal accidentally leaked out a deadly chemical, methyl isocyonate, into the air, killing more than 2500 people and disabling more than 10,000 people with permanent damage. Many experts call it one of the worst industrial accidents in history. Other worldwide terror included the hijacking of a Kuwait airline jet to Tehran, Iran. Two people were killed, including one American. The situation in Ethiopia got Worldwide attention, as the media focused on the millions of starving people and the horrible drought rampaging throughout Africa. Organizations such as CARE and the American Red Cross as well as individuals sent care packages. , , U se its rtf X K I I l 36 Calendar Www, its .fi 'minima ws? Wg 3 r my fait Mama v EM M ei M H UNDER THE DIRECTION OF GENE WABEKE faboveb choir per- forms at the joint Christmas con- cert with the band and Sinfonietta. JUNIOR KATHLEEN O'NEIL Cleft! puts candy canes and a poem in teachers' boxes as a happy holi- days gift from the Student Council. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS imid- dlej Stephen Archer, Eloise Brown- ing, Junior Class sponsor Shirley Winslow, John Beauchamp, Julie Windes and Kathryn Johnston decorate the school tree in main hall. AFTER A FEUD-RAISING CLASS JAR COMPETITION Qfar left! the Freshman Class put the screws to the wood and won the right to have their class graduation year painted on the mural in the gym. Calendar 37 M N... ' One question which many people asked themselves in early January was: "What is that funny white stuff coming from the sky'?'i Well, in answer to their question, that funny white stuff was something un- heard of in this region: SNOW!! To make the best of a "bad situation" Cin that we had to miss schooll, people engaged in blitzkriegs involving frozen water, and constructed various sculptures of that "funny white stuff." When the weathermen pre- dicted that snow would not hit our region, we like fools gbe- lieved them. The next day, however, about two and a half inches of snow fell on the ground. Then, the next weekend, the weathermen predicted snow for our region. '4Sure," we said, "and the moon is made of cheese!" However, snow actually fell, and totaled 13.5 inches, the most in recorded history. 3 E - 5 1 2 , . s Q i Q , Q 2 K 4 1 5 , 1 , . 5 E Z 2 E I 2 3 ' ! 3 0 N K N A N Nik X - . - N , ,fi C2411 Q Jfaww f f 1 , 6 W W -Ak J ,,., Sa, Wfmkw During January, students experienced surprise and tradition Snowfall occurred twice in San Antonio, including a record 13.5 inches. The traditional senior skip-out day, though recognized by many seniors, diminished in strength because of stricter faculty guide- lines. The school said its final farewell to Martine Lee, head school custodian, who retired after 38 years at AHHS. Also, students sweated-out the dreaded final exams, while the administration discovered that there was not much of a differ- ence in grades, with a very minimal increase of F's. On January 20, President Reagan and Vice President Bush were inaugurated in Washington D.C., but officials had to cancel the inaugural parade because of extremely cold weather. Other nationwide news included Israel's War Minister Ariel Sharonis suit against Time magazine. At school, the community dealt with the closed-campus issue, with the board's final decision coming in February. ,, , ,W , vfm 7:':'Wff , f-fur' , V ,ff v"'5t1:,- ff' I . mm... -XX SOPHOMORE TOMMY SANDERS RECEIVES HIS TEST SCORES tabovej from registrar Sally Beard as parents wait in line for their children's scores during the Guid- ance Department's PSAT-NMSQT night in the auditorium. 42 Calendar SNOW IN SAN ANTONIO? fright! A foot of snow blankets the front of the school as' San Antonio is brought to a virtual standstill by the record snowfall during mid- January, causing bad driving con- ditions and for most schools a holi- day. AS MRS. LOU VENIA LEE LOOKS ON fbelowj Principal Barney New- ton says a final goodbye and thank you to Head Custodian Martine Lee at his retirement reception held in the library, marking the final day of 38 years with the Alamo Heights school district. Around 300 teach- ers, students, fellow workers, and friends showed up to say good bye. SENIOR CLASS MEMBERS fbot- tomh play a friendly game of foot- ball on senior skip out day. Calendar 43 44 Olmos Honors THE 1985 NATIONAL MERIT SEMI-FINALISTS ibelowb BOT- TOM ROW Leah Kregor TOP ROW Collin Seals, Tom Hart, Jessica Rutman, Mark Stepsis, Karla Sar- ran. These students placed in the top half of the top one percent of all students in Texas taking the PSATINMSQ. Twenty seven students were no- minated for awards in the annual Optimist Youth appreciation Week. Nominated were BOTTOM ROW Darla Carter, Youth in Sports, Youth in Government, Lori Ben- nett, Youth in Media, Greg Zusch- lag, Youth in Government SECOND ROW Mary Angie Martinez, Youth in Art, Jessica Rutman, Miss Teen Optimist, Mark Stepsis, Youth in Science, David Dean, Youth in Sports THIRD ROW Sylvia Bar- rera, Youth in Vocational Educa- tion, Chris Sackett, Youth in Music, Leah Kregor, Youth in Mathemat- ics, Brent Sterling, Youth in Educa- tion FOURTH ROW Villetta Ar- cher, Youth in Business, Dede Ko- curek, Youth in Music, Heidi Mull- er, Youth in Computer Science, Stephanie Guardia, Youth in Reli- gion, Kim Connelly, Youth in Edu- cation FIFTH ROW John Hovendon, Youth in Education, Shannon Pap- pas, Youth in Sports, Ron Cooper, Youth in Mathematics, Carlos Mar- tinez, Youth in Computer Science Not Pictured: David Whellan, Mr. Teen Optimist, Debbie Lamm, Youth in Community Service, Ger- ald Dounsen, Youth in Business, Donald Wayne, Youth in Religion, Javier DeLeon, Youth in Vocation- al Education, Nestor Rey, Youth in Art, Ulysses Grant Whitehouse, Youth in Art. -- 1 E x 5 F 3 Q 5 i s E E S 5 5 i S i 2 2 2 5 3 w 5 g s s 5 5 3 E 5 s 5 3 3 3 E 1 2,ii?"wH.4 5' ' i 3 2 z at , BEST IN THE STATE These four students won top honors at state level competition ttopj Dede Ko- curek and Ben Sanders, all-state orchestrag Sarah Nawrocki, top award for an editorial in the Texas High School Press Association con- 46 Olmos Honors 511:11 - .,.QK, In M . Q fm as i I , ,' Wg A. , . 1 . A qs. fi f - . - to Q K 5' Q -L X iw," I fi X A - I . ,. "' Riu: na . test: Michael Morse, all-state line- man. YET MORE STATE WIN- NERS Qabove leftb were Amy Se- besta, all-state bandg Stephanie Thaggard, girls state supreme court. USING THEIR GREY MAT- w A ki l xkxx . . I A s- -. 4 K TER TO THE FULLEST tabov rightj Mark Stepsis won the Wes tinghouse Talent Search Scienc award, and Leah Kregor won th National Council of Teachers c English writing award. QW' an W Z Qi AFTER MANY HOURS OF HARD WORK AND BRAIN DRAIN Qtopb the AHHS Decathlon team placed third in the overall team competi- tion at the regional meet at Mac Arthur High School, and brought home many individual honors as well. Members were BOTTOM ROW Lori Walk, Stephanie Meng- den TOP ROW Heidi Muller, David Crews, Ronald Cooper, and Collins Seals. Not pictured: David Whellan, Brent Sterling. AFTER 38 YEARS OF DEDICATED SERVICE TO THE ALAMO HEIGHTS COMMU- NITY Cleft! retiring Head Custodi- an Martine Lee says goodbye to a life he has known for many years. Olmos Honors 47 As students geared up for the second semester, they encoun- tered not only old-time traditions, but also many drastic changes involving the Alamo Heights School District as Well. As usual, for students wanting to show a little appreciation of friends, Los Amigos was there ready to provide Valentine carnations. Other annual events included the stock show and rodeo which gave students a chance to break away from the books. The Academic Decathalon team placed third in team totals at the regional competition at MacArthur High School, and brought home many indiviudal honors. GUIDANCE DIRECTOR ROY BALTER Qtop rightb discusses col- lege plans with senior Loretta Torres between scheduled sessions with underclassmen concerning their course choices for next year. SUPERINTENDANT CALVIN E. GROSS iabovel presents his open campus lunch proposal to trustees and school officials at the February board meeting. 48 Calendar x ,QU THE DRAMA DEPARTMENT'S PRODUCTION OF PETER AND THE WOLF ileftl plays to area youngsters who came in bunches to watch the ever-lastingly popular musical. AT THE REGIONAL ACADEMIC DECATHLON COMPETITION Qleftj the AHHS team beats out oth- er teams to come in third in the Su- per Quiz, as Well as third over-all. The team also brought home many individual honors. FOR THAT SOMEONE SPECIAL fabovej Melissa Bothe buys a Los Amigos Valentine carnation from club member Louise Conklin. Calendar 49 Other student activities included the annual Alamo Heights High School Forensic Tournament, in which nearly 60 schools participated. Changes in the AHISD brought surprise and shock to many students and faculty members alike. Because of Budget cuts in state aid to the school district, the school board was forced to cut choir, phase out the German program, and modify several other programs beginning next year. The board also Voted to close the campus to all students except students in grades 10, 11, and 12 with parental permission. 50 Calendar W l . l W N IN PREPARATION FOR FIESTA Cfar top leftb Edgar Duncan and Ed- die Kownslar discuss final plans for the school float entitled "Babes in Toyland" in the Battle of Flow- ers Parade. SWIMMING POOL CUSTODIAN JOSEPH PHAM Qfar bottom leftj speaks to an American History Ma- jor Works class about his immigra- tion to the United States. Mr. Pham came to the U.S. in 1975 after the fall of the South Vietnamese gov- ernment in that year. He was a Lieutenant Colonel in the South Vietnamese army and held a posi- tion in President Thieu's cabinet. AT THE ANNUAL ALAMO HIEGHTS SPEECH TOURNA- MENT Qleftj Directors Sara Ziegler and Stephanie Thaggard receive ballots from judges and give them further instructions. SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS LIS- TEN AS STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT JESSICA PUTMAN ftop leftj speaks on open campus lunch at the public hearing in the junior school auditorium, where some 80 students and patrons ex- pressed their views on the lunch situation. NEW HEAD CUSTODIAN WILLIE SALAZAR GETS ACQUAINTED WITH HIS NEW SURROUNDINGS fabovej as he leaves his old post as head custodian at Woodridge Ele- mentary to take over Martine Lee's at the high school. ' Calendar 51 fr fr" ' 'erm' sweet 'f Qtiltfmfz, Lunchtwne Jocks N if ' f ,-"' A, 4' Sift? W I ' ,,g,, f liz Q ...i ' i ff' Yv? .". T ,f,W 'w,. 5 i I As the hotfmidday sun beats down mercilessly, tivo stu- dentsrbattle it out in a tennis match. With sweatlfi pouring down from their foreheads and the salt stinging their eyes, they say to themselves: "It's him or me! That gift certificate is as precious as life itself! I will prevail!" s p With this attitude in mind, many allegedly friendly en- gagements become hot and disputed blitzkriegs during lunch time intramurals. Intramurals meant student involvement, and at 4 Alamo Heights, involvement was in large supply. 'Usintgg their strengths, not only physical but mentalff as Well, ,,,i students fought among themselves ffor something 'hti as ,precious as a Ralph Lauren for half-price, giftscertificates for over 3520. Intramural sports which studentstrengaged in included tennis, basketball, 'DrivialEgPur- suit fwith even a faculty, divi- sionl, and basketball. y 0f course, students perfor- mances Were notgup to pai with the best in the World, but they were certainly respect- able enough from all pointsfoi view and most of all . fun. :gf zwi' , .f... My 5 ,V gs 555, my-. - W' J 18-2-3:9753-Qfglgrr' :iEfir3i?55-5 iii is -mi' si ,gl :ffef ffl g m s , -gaf:1flT.., 7 wzsvssimifhiiqzswismvnwi Q 2 f A- ' V, ln, K sw," K y f J, 1 1-ab,af:L,:?, f A Q, ' , - ,, Q During March, students not only worked at various school functions, but also earned time-off for good behavior. Band and Sinfonietta members worked before school and long after-hours preparing for the UIL Concert and Sightreading Contests. Meanwhile, scholarly students sharpened-up their academic skills for the University Interscholastic League Spring Literary Meet. Aside from all of the "student dutiesn, people began to notice that Spring was gradually creeping up, and students spent Spring Break at such places as Port Aransas, Acapulco, Aspen, or home to bask in the sun. CAST MEMBERS OF THE UNI- VERSITY INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE fabovej rehearse a scene from the Heights One Act Play en- I ' try "Dark of the Moon." . DEDE KOCUREK, REGINA GUG- GENHEIM AND RACHEL WEBB ftop rightl brush up on their spell- ing skills for the UIL Literary Meet. VACATION SPOTS SUCH AS PORT ARANSAS fright! provide students with relaxation during spring break and give them a chance to get away from it all. 56 Calendar SENIOR HORACIO ALFONSIN Kleftl finally gets his senior ring just before graduation from a Balfour representative. SUPER SCOORERS fbelowb Grady Roberts and Tom Hart entertain the crowd at the Battle of Flowers Parade. SC MEMBER JANIE WEST Cbot- tom leftj and President Jessica Rutman discuss the railroad signs used in the council's state presiden- cy campaign. Anticipation and relaxation were the words for April. Seniors, after four long years of hard work, began looking in mailboxes for college acceptances. After a week of freedom in March, students enjoyed the activities of Fiesta such as NIOSA and the Battle of Flowers Parade, where Alamo Heights' entrant float was entitled "Babes in Toyland". As the school year wound down in May, students kept themselves occupied to the very end. At the state convention, the Alamo Heights Student Council ran for the presidency. The traditional occurences of May included the springplay, the cheerleader elections, and the senior awards assembly. For the seniors, graduation meant freedom and the chance to prove themselves in the real World. Calendar 57 rx 'fn K :V wif was M ...M Wgy, Wg' ,W ..... , V, ,,, , My W, , ,M ,1 'awww lqfgzvwf wWW va. MSM ff ,, my 40 A i 41. Ns, fx at SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS tabo- vejRussell Jonas, sergeant-at- arms: Omar Valdez, sergeant-at- armsg Paul Feuerbacher, vice- president, John Archer, presidentg TOP ROW Amy McFarlane, ser- geant-at-armsg Jamie Crystal, treasurer, Sarah Nawrocki, parlia- mentariang Lee Ann Perry, secr4 tary, Lori Bennett, chaplain histe rian. Senior Class members dominate campus scenl Although seniors generally have the reputation for being concerned only with fun and parties, this year's Senior Class was a grand exception. This year's class left its mark in many areas around the school. In academics, Leah Kregor, Tom Hart, Karla Sarran, Mark Stepsis, Jessica Rutman, and Collin Seals were named Na- tional Merit Seim-Finalists. Also, Leah won the 1984 Na- tional Council of Teachers of English Award. In addition, there were 14 National Merit Commended Scholars, the lar- 60 Senior Class Officers gest number in a long time. Besides hitting the books for the fourth straight year, sen- iors worked in organizations around the campus. Seniors participated on many sports teams that had award-winning seasons, such as football, bas- ketball, swimming, baseball, and tennis. Spirit organiza- tions which seniors devoted most of their lives to included band and spurs. During the year, many sen- iors visited college representa- tives in the library or were ex- cused from school to visit col- lege campuses. Aside from senior tradition members also saw sever: changes. Because of HB72 policy on absences, the trad tional Senior Day was cal celled. Still, seniors kept then selves busy with fundraiser such as selling confetti a Howdy Night. The Homecoming Quee was Anne West, while Be Middleton was King. Sally B. ker was elected as Seni4 Duchess. After many heartaches, tl seniors FINALLY graduate in May. 95: 3. 5 R SY 5 5 E lf x 3 5 Q, Sf ze Qi Z5 3. Afw 4 lfiKf53S5l'x' ll II ll Ili IIEII Il I " QQ Robert Abad Ernest Acosta Lisa Acosta Albert Adame Kay Adams RhaeChell Ahl Danal Alden John Altum Joseph Alvarado Rosa Alvarado Theresa Alvarado 5 as it Q if Durlng government, Greg Zusch- lag and Peter Herff fight to pro- tect the freshmen from the state Board of Education with the motto "Save the Lobsters, not the Mobsters. Salvador Aranda 64 Seniors -9 'F Fi ws? , , was V SeYi .'iQmi?' ,, Pam Anderson John Archer Nancy Baker Sally Baker Courtney Banack Wendy Bankerd Rhonda Banks Burton Barnes Sylvia Barrera Blyth Batey Ted D. Bear David Bebinger Gerald Bench Chris Benjamin Lori Bennett Alexandra Berndt Jamie Bone Ted Boyer Lisa Bratton Billy Bridges Kirsten Bruhn Stephen Buescher J. B. Caillet Seniors 65 Billy Campbell Selina Carreon Yolanda Carrisalez Darla Carter Angie Castillo Ernest Castoreno Jim Chambers Tami Chambers Debbi Chesney Kim Connelly Chris Cooper Ron Cooper After visiting the Cotton Candy Booth at Howdy Night, Lee Ann Perry and Elizabeth LeFlore are stuck with each other. 66 Seniors ,W Wm, f, , , A 4, 7 , I 3 ' life- ,, ff- ,. 1 ,H ,' Lim Q if 2 y , ff 1 Mm, ,V ,,,,.. .W-'. w. 9 ' , A , Mfr Q 3 , 'z' ' it 5 7' , ' W if 'W fi 1 2 7. f W, .. , ,f .f:. -' f -- 5 , QM iii? ' 1 " gf Ifii ff, " wa, az ' A 1 :WM Wm Wm 'f W Q -.mm 'w+-Q-WWt,.,,,mTr , rw V. , .,.. ' :nys-w.,y-f..Q,1,,A,MLmA, ww-ts. r .C V: 3? I r' L L Jw:- 'EMM l 'Q , After being announced Homecoming Princess, Sal- ly Baker enthusiastically races for the Cadillac as es- cort Tom Hart, nominees Elizabeth LeFlore, Francie Steves, and Homecoming Queen Anne West cheer her ewiiiyi f ,S9lfXxf3iEb5j, ix ' MW? scis an , 5 . W ikii sxqgg as VNV X' x 2 Q X Xxx Sergio Coronel Bowen Creamer Pat Crosby Jamie Crystal Trey Cunningham Man Dao Lee Davis David- Dean Gilbert DeLeon Javier DeLeon David Delgado Reilly Dillon Seniors 67 Derwin Dounson Gerald Dounson Shelly Drought Edgar Duncan NN X J 0 Marc Dupre l Robert Edmondson ' Y Emilie gelke A ' W Tara ngels N . vi L Wy rin Fairall Sergio Falcon Micha l Falls 30, J hn F aum M Paul Feuerbacher Pedro Freitas Duke Furrh Debbie Galloway Corina Garcia Jose Garcia Mike Garza Carmen Goyette 68 Seniors K for mf h-. --.. 1- V 4 5 f 55:3 s Sas, 5. x 5 2 ,, i . 1? ,I 'j g " " 55 b, :r ...- ,, i s . 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'l' fmg 6443649 f Donald Wayne listens doubtfully as Stephen Mae- blus recounts his hot week- Peter Herff Becky Hernandez Carmen Hernandez Joe Hernandez Laura Hernandez Patricia Herrera Anthony Hunter Lindsey Hertel Anne Hohenberger Stacy Hooper Stephanie Hooper John Hovenden 70 Seniors Karel Hrdlicka Paul Hughbanks Belinda Jameson Russell Jonas Jimmy Kessler Todd Keuper Wesley King Nakomichi Kitagano John Kosty Eddie Kownslar Leah Kregor Seniors 71 Debbie Lamn Marie Langmore Miro Lauhaus Elizabeth LeFlore Missy Lopez Marisol Luna Phil Luna Marissa Madrid Stephen Maebius Carlos Martinez David Martinez Lilian Martinez Reynaldo Martinez Tomohiko Matsumoto Jennifer Matthews Monica Mauricio Gavin McCrary Harding McE1downey Amy McFarlane Julie McGarraugh 72 Seniors fl 1 I , 5, og ' e Gretchen Groos just might float away after blowing up 1000 helium balloons for Homecoming. 'fwfr iw inol oaa ioa o ' W g ,Z if 4 H M, , M amy W, 1 rf' ef Q I, 9 M 4 5 J l My gf f' SW 3 A M , f , ff, Ei ffi, 'f,L,':ff'?Z ' gf--J 1556 ,, ,,,,4 ,.,,,, , ,,,, fi, ,, h e 1 "'3::,,Lg5g l I :E rgzwi -1' "'w3t .. f Y 1 Ueiecwf' ' "iff: : Sivan. .4 f' I , . , ,, If -' fl , .- 3 K , f A 7 ff. 1. ' K 9 M ,. ,, Jim McNeel Stacey McWilliams Jay Medina Paulene Messink Ben Middleton Scott Millikin Clay Moore Eric Moore Seniors 73 Jettie Moore Michael Morse Missy Muellich Heidi Muller Elliot Nash Sarah Nawrocki Lynn Nelson Ritchie Newman Davey Norwood Anna Nowotny Gloria Ocampo Martita Olson Laura Oppenheimer Shannon Pappas 74 Seniors se? sg gs 'l E fl Q Qi lg as of 5 is if ' 5 - . . . Y' . .. Q rl . NR' g if W f f asv S. F x Amy Parker Katy Paty Class of '85 Miles Perron Lee Ann Perry Jill Peters Kert Peterson Scott Petty 8 Debbi Chesney does her part to decorate Main Hall for the Home- coming Hall Decorating Contest. 5 Eleanor Phelps Katie Phelps lk Bryan Pritchett Seniors 75 lf 2 e L' N it QNX 'QI' Aspiring cheerleaders dis- play their grace, agility, and beauty at a pep rally before the West Campus game. Ricky Rosas Jessica Rutman Miidda Saarinen Chris Sackett Michael Sanchez Ben Sanders Ray Sandoval Rick Sandoval Karla Sarran Kris Sarran George Schroeder Richard Scarsella Seniors 77 -'SH a ii Q2 lieg e? Qiif Q5 sf work hard mixing drinks for the Q Water Polo team booth at Howdy Night. xx 1 ooo S ' S ff 1 a E X Chesley Seals Collin Seals Shelli Sears Amy Sebesta Kelly Sellers Sandee Servin Jim Shorts Lucia Shulman Robert Singleton 78 Seniors Guy Slone Carter Smith Ellen Smith H A' i .. , s MES? 1 2. I Todd Keuper and,Lindsey Roberts X fix: +L f 1 , H .W 125 ,fvm , ,, WW 5 ,, 4:4 f 4 www xp if ,P ,1 5, ,, if v 1 1 Wa 9, X f X i f , fr f S 4 , f f 54 Q an ,ay V! M 9555 gg it ff? X ,fi fl f 5 ' ff 22 Q ' RW xf A 1 3 if V , 5 f iff f 5 Q S fe Www ef V14 :W Q 17 may X2 - rv 3 J A qw .. , , f iz . f ,4 41mg-"wif ,M xr' L4 2, . ,. ,,- at 55, 1, S ,in 435 5, 1 , ,, 15255 'Q gffbf , ., W 47 4' a 4' if I ' 1 ".:: ,U gggpj f ii if f ,H W ,V V, ,.A.. , in 4 K yay -, . ,. ,WMA-, , , K ew V Q xl MY f l if any .V f ' ' H ,f 7?f? g' ' ' , " gl:ifQ'i "iff9ii??5fs, 5 X i Laurie Smith Paul Snow Sara Solon Martha Spencer Joe Staffel Mark Stepsis Brent Sterling Francie Steves Drew Stewart Blair Stone Kenny Strickland Seniors 79 Seniors get decked out for a little Halloween Trick or Treating. Beth Sutherland Tammy Sykes Misty Tagle Clayton Taylor Allen Terrell Lindsey Terrey Stephanie Thaggard Tadd Thomas Loretta Torres Ashleigh Travis Yolanda Tecuanhuey Omar Valdez 80 Seniors kQ "wks:-Z ,,.g,'fffg:sI4:w:,,ji 'ugly Ae , . W W,,. ff f f Va, iJW3iJE,,,.. -f,, H, ,, . , , tg, , , ,gm 51 ' 'L QW f Www' 1 After having 5:30 swimming prac- tice, Ron "Squid" Cooper dreams of his long-past breakfast. Richard Vasquez Della Vera Elizabeth Waldsochs Lori Walk Joe Warren Donald Wayne Anne West ,Janie West David Whellan Jim Williams Laurie Wolfson Rudy Ysassi Sara Ziegler Greg Zuschlag Seniors 8 1 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS faboveb Chrissie Potter, sergeant- at-armsg Eloise Browning, treasur- erg Tammy Fitch, chaplain-histori- Juniors work Experiencing a transition from being underclassmen to upperclassmen, the juniors worked hard with fundraisers, school activities, and extra- curricular functions. At Howdy Night, juniors sold Godfather's Pizza, and made a pretty penny with the profits. Other fundraisers in- cluded a car wash and bake sales during lunch. In December, before stu- dents left for the Christmas holidays, the Junior Class set- up the traditional Christmas Tree in the main hall, which 82 Junior Class Officers ang Stephen Archer, sergeant-at- arms, TOP ROW Cory Nentwich, secretary, John Beauchamp, vice president, Julie Windes, parliamd tariang Kathryn Johnston, pre dent. hard for upperclassman statu provided candy to any student having a sweet tooth. Many juniors also began taking the SAT, as well as tak- ing the PSAT for the second time. Another transition of re- sponsibility for juniors oc- curred when they received the traditional senior rings, signi- fying that they were moving up in the world. Newer requirements for the National Honor Society gave more juniors the opportunity to qualify. Other functions which the juniors participated in inclu ed tennis, swimming, footba and band. Mark Williams W selected to the All-Region co cert band, as well as the A Region Jazz band. Juniors also broke some ti ditions, as three junior gir Jessica Stephens, Rach Horn, and Kathleen O'Ne were named to the varsi cheerleading squad, usually 4 all-senior group. The Homecoming court f the junior class included Kat leen O'Neill, duchess, al John Beauchamp, duke. 1 I W f?.'.T31ISBiE in 'lllf '-', iff ' '-',- 5'-2?-f'kf..4 7 ' Q Amy Abbey Andrew Adams Jessica Alvarado Manuel Aranda Stephen Archer Robert Armstrong Betty Atwell Leslie Atwood Joe Bakke Brian Banks Christopher Barton John Beauchamp Eddie Bellis Christy Benedum Stacey Blanchard Byron Bode Shannon Bowen Tad Bowen 84 Juniors ,swim-' ' ' f ff W Adiif. ' Z- , ' 5 7 iff" 17 , ' , 4? , wfwfi f t i I ,,,, A gf. f i f I ggggggjffiii' J g sa. X , .Y wav. ff' 4-GL ff, jf bn X sf' Et , 11 , 5, . t f l ,', f- Y ' ff l vm. A , H Himsa v.ws+L:f:1f-z'- ' -' ..,,, f ,W Www ' .,.0..W.w Jw. ,f 1-.,,,Qiy,a--f-4q.f4.,, 4,x.,,fL,-as 'Ei ,. ,... ,.,:, sm ,,t,,, o f ---, ""1H? f f if yff L 4 W f eq 5 any fi' if Q ' , , ,I NX ,.: p f K During lunch, Ramona Moorman looks on as Stephanie Scott chews i her pencil hoping for inspiration on a paper due next period. ' P- , A ie '-'. g -.,, 'Q ,.I,, . ,. ,Q . p L - if 12 ? f 1 1,41 wr fffir A an l'mgfQE I fr .f C A Afwftqig L, 5 ff sg, yi:-' f Vifqwfg .Z 1,34 Z ' , I if 5324? mx i in , Q i 'A'7?Q',,zw , ,W ,, W fi 5 wifi f in V Ju! 52 I ,? f -:V. 1 B ,,rQi,,,?, V, 2 if , x f f E , A . e f M' f f g ,gf .fs ,' ' ,,e4, : gf My . ,fi 91 ' 1,2 vt ' " 'w ' T , ,. Q new ,. L of v I 'L YVL i, QTY, Lf 1 Q +5.- V . ,,,L Q I , M 0 ' V K iff, y ' ,, , v,L., ,,,,,,, ,, ,, L gg? 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Q 1 'Wk w ,A-"' i 'Lx' 2 as .s A ' jg 'f . - Q43 ff r M lk --'-ff-.snj.43V ff'-W Si va 33,5 'V Isla M i 5,- 3 S 5 1 if VA i , .A M' QW? in iw W 4645 Mmm -we My ,www ,Q y iffy? ff 'f Wk wa as V fQff.fw,M .yQ2f:Z1?Ww,x, A af , We fe WJ ii f fa NR sf mv new WW-.pw ,Aa During Howdy Night at the Junior Class pizza booth, Tammy Fitch can't decide whether to sell the piece of pizza or eat lt. ,J fe if M , We Q14 4. -gp-, 'EY f fa JL 5 4 M -.fWf ,rf Q 4 nv flaw! ' ' fvfrwy'f, ,ff ,ew,wfff-rggwrlfw Y H ffsfig wiis 'L 6553 ty at e W Pa? J 5 We ,f c Mimi' WW...w .Y , j f, .Abb .. M xg' ff V Joe Flores Maria Flores James Foreman Jane Forsythe David Foster Terri Fraser Ralph Garcia Kim Garnett Perry George Terri Gibson John Gilchrist Melissa Gonzales Stephanie Gordon Monte Graham Susan Green Regina Guggenheim Walker Hahn Christin Hardwick Juniors 87 1 l g gngggf, M If ,. E Teresa Harris Tara Harrison Walter Hayne M fi n' uf ky ,' 7 , Trey Hellums Tony Hernandez Elizabeth in Herndon if Teresa Holt ff ,nf Chris f W Holzhausen 'M fi ff , Rachel Horn 5 Z VJ Rick Hutchins Joe Ingle Jun Inove To his disappointment, Joe Scott suddenly realizes his energizers just ran out. Michelle Issleib ,X Sonia Jackson Kathryn Johnston Chad Jones Justin Jones Vanna Kelley M' I4 an if ,A 88 Juniors .A i 5 f, . , f - 1 Qem , vfwffz s:f4 M ,i W L, ,, ,. , ,ff . ,,LL ,,,VVA ,,.. fix Will' ng, , "V: 1 Z' I tw? :U gf I 1,9253 V , , - . ,- ,, Mfiff ' M ' . f If ,V ,. 4 -' 5 A. ui ww at . if Z z ' 1, 7 f f' K gif -'x .ws '-"' ff VZQX, 4' 1 A f ' In it , 'f A ,, fifty is awww ' 7 -1.235 , A W . . ,hai , - gy J 'X ' y 1 f f fm' V . f z 1, ,, ! i.'z"'k 4 .11" " -"' f J 5 Albert Ortiz and Joe Flores discuss the delicious pit food while Pat Yz- naga hides from embarrassment of being recognized. f E 1 4 1. S 1 l 1 Kip Kleck Dede Kocurek Emily Kocurek Tricia Kocurek Sharon Lamm Nathan Lang Janet Laughlin April Lew Lisa Lew John Little Debbie Lively Sandra Lopez Payton Lord David Luhnow Amy Madrid Juniors 89 Amy Magruder Michael Malakoff Pedro Markwardt Brenda Marsh Nancy Martin Angie Martinez Orlando Martinez Pier Mathesen Carter McCrary Jim McCutcheon Annie Mclnnis Jon McWilliams Manuel Medina Catherine Menger Stephanie Mengden William Meyers Ashley Mock Ramona Moorman 90 Juniors - sw nfxiin fi, ,rar - 7 I 14511 VH igxg' f Miz, fi f l .M ! LA- 1 , ,Z - 7 2 42 . ff V ., Q Michelle Issleib thinks she s in the real world by posing as a recep- tioni st. is h 1 s -Q-L f - A ,f1iiQ'l'fi'ss'n'5vS ' - i:'fs'iiS5?-5 fiivsf.. ' -f ass: -as - . v f i Mx. 4, ' QQ Q . . . iiiyla ef W 1 Q 4345 J f ff ii f v , M 7' f , A iw f M fb . 4 4 A .lg LVWLVE X A, ., ' fi . if 3 if . . . N, VJ J ' ' v i! 1, ,., .v::' , l , a ll-f.., f Ag.. V M7232 ygzgggiqjw ,- .1 fy '1 ,Q e,Vj4i,1 ' ' - I M h e 2 ww f Michael Morris Anne Moses Daniel Munoz Cebern Musgrave Martha Myer Beth Nawrocki Jonathon Newton Thao Ngo Molly O'Bryan Carla Oliver Rhonda Oliver Kathleen O'Neill George Parker Angela Paschal Juniors 91 Brett Patton Dan Pavlik Ashley Perkins Patrik Pfeil Shannon Pluchinsky Crissie Potter Chel Poulter Margaret Quirk Christina Ramirez Raquel Rameseur James Randol Letty Rangel Suzette Raphael Jim Redmond Brett Reed Audrey Reeves Angela Reiton Kate Reininger 92 Juniors ,. 1. -f,gff2-'ef-gi, 91: J - J J ,X Q.Q5..iFi,f ,,,, ' fl Xi M Fi.-553515 'Wit , i We as ig 5 A ex if 'l in K -e..m We 113'-5155. is . .. 3 ,fn ,I.l,L,,V , ,. 6 so 5 4+ ' me g -"-, 7 ft f 11 if 4 t I 1' I eff QV f Kuff, , ,, Q fy if we f A ,air :W fi Y qi QNW an 'Sign is W. f ,kia 'M fr " - WFS 4, sv M 'M A-AfJf'f 47, 12 f ,xg A 5' fifty , 41 , Z V4 My' 5: V .,.,,, f ji wif X ,M RR if Christopher Rice Leigh Rips Leticia Rivera Sharon Rork Debbie Rubio Marisa Saldana Terry Sandoval Elizabeth Satel Amy Schmidt Roy Schweers Joe Scott Stephanie Scott Michelle Shankle Fred Shannon Juniors 93 Debbie Shephard Angela Sherrod John Snell Lily Sola Quintin Stansell Jessica Stephens Laurie Stephens Jody Stern Richard Stevens Sarah Steves Rodney Stewart James Taylor Fred Tecuanhuey Susan Tietz Jeff Torgerson 94 Juniors , . ,,., 2, ... 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"Win Liz Tyler Alfonso Uribe Suzie Urrutia Carisa Valentine Joe Van Meter Joseph Villarreal Christine Villastrigo Matt Walker Drew Watson Jeffrey Weiss Hollyn Williams Mark Williams Linda Willis Julie Windes Michelle Winship Debbie Wisneski Jason Witherspoon Susan Witkowski Duane Wright Patrick Yznaga Daniel Zepeda David Zepeda Juniors 95 .2 Z 4 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS historian, Hillary Walker, parlia- iaboveb Marian Oppenheimer, vice mentariang Leslie O'Neill, ser- presidentg Ellen Zachry, president, geant-at-arms, Carrie Kopplow, TOP ROW Britt Simpson, chaplain- , DV., , treasurer, Louise Conklin, secref tary, Cindy Dorbandt, sergeant-at arms. Sopbs busy with fundraisers, sports,activities Finally recovering from a year of persecution of people whose only crime were being freshmen, the sophomores played a significant role in many school activities. Appealing to the carnivores of Alamo Heights, the Sopho- more Class sold shishkebabs at Howdy Night. Other fun- draisers for the class included bake sales and car washes. To the surprise of many, sophomores were finally al- lowed to audition for the drill team, the Spurs, for the first time. In sports, sophomores left 96 Sophomore Class Officers their mark in all areas. ln golf, Neisy Rodreiguez brought home several first place titles, and on the boys team John Fitch and Al Escobar were among the heads of the roster. Hard work paid off for Becky Davis, as she won sever- al swimming events, and Mar- tha Cocke, who was chosen to represent Texas on the Junior National Water Polo Team. Also, in the fall play, "Don't Drink the Water,', Mathew Kregor played a lead role. Leading class spirit were ju- nior varsity cheerleaders Me- lissa Bothe, Stacy DeWall, Al- lison Groves, Amy Stieren Mary Huff, and Andrea Wood Besides this, sophomore: were also involved in other ac tivities as well. The sopho mores made-up a good part o the band, and helped to contri bute to the band's first place a' Westlake and the superior rat ings at the UIL Distric' Marching Contest. After experiencing relief oi no longer being freshmen, the sophomores began to look tc the future, for they would soor be juniors and, just maybe later, even seniors. J Q, ff' K fi Robert Adelman Linda Affleck Hondo Akers Nancy Akin Myles Allen Wendell Andrews Felipe Aranada John Astleford Jesse Barrera During Howdy Night, members of the Sophomore class work dilagently on perfecting their shish- ka- bobs. Emily Bayless Joseph Beltran Ginger Bench Scott Benesch Caroline Blanton 98 Sophomores fs iz -- kr: X A if xi x B 1 4.-G' A' 1 W A J, as gy K if f. S, X I . ' M' it 4131 if V ,S 5 1 AJ at si g fmfgxw l i 1 4 1 J 4 -fix! 2 X . QM K 5, ' 'K' JV git X R A M my K , K' 67? If ' 55559 " P . ,kz it z. 1 1 g A I 1 gg Sl Sig-w-:mz,. 4 .is-'iffiffs-. g555g5,1.g,5, 5 i 5 .. 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'Wet fe N bmwaiw : Xa X f-J Bridget Embrey Stacey Embrey Trey Embrey Cliff Emery Al Escobar John Eyster Ehren Ezzell Lawren Fast Craig Faulkner Shawn Fellbaum Chip Fichtner Frank Filio Jayna Finch John Fitch Thomas Ford Anita Forgy Catherine Forgy Stewart Fulton Sophomores 101 Javier Galvan Irene Garcia Troy Garcia Michael Gardner Darlene Garu ja Javier Garza Maryela Garza Helen Giles Fred Gleeson Allison Glover Mardie Goldsbury Martha Gomez Manuel Gonzaba Roger Gragg Carl Graham Shelley Grieshaber Lieschen Groos Veronica Guerero 102 Sophomores gave ' ' . .A . , sg di K-X X 5 W QA N ex 3 is Q 35 ? Q fc ir v Q it-. Q '- A 7, L it R X L x,-All G as " " ,fri -, EF .. J ' . i in . L isa E55 4 !' f E' 2 Josie Tate and Elisabeth Martinez have just succeeded in conviencing Leigh Terry to try their dreaded cheese sauce in the Homemaking A Cottage. LSLAQ3 5 ' lTF"T1 wx K xi'. 1 ' X1 .pw-.. I X Wx' Xx X sr XQ- XQ 'Wt .. - X i W G N wx gf? X N wx! iw Els qi QR , Q Q K X Y 2 Xa at A. l L Y QS? X Y Q NX Ji s. "vw-o-Q-,kg mmmxmml '- 4 x 32' Trey Embrey looks back at the Nw, X clock for the fifth time hoping that by noon his car will be out of the body shop for the third time. It SK i fi 511221 " rw 49: geg5,lQgr51seagf',, Lmsmf' 3,411 fwrmisff 1 -' iff at -F25 - f- ,f, m,:m M ,A ,, ,, , ., mm , s,,. ., ,,.z: Wild' 4 G If 1 ff f if L 4, ff K5 4 S Y y f 5 z QM ,W K ...i 1 1 :ff iv ' , 5 '94 , 1 f fa, 1-G+ f A ,? , Q 1 Q if s , 3 .,o,,i 5 .41 if We aw af ik , Tir, ,tr + ff,, f 4 zf1Q7'i9,fl" i' D . ' ' ,, 17, ' ,'7Z,?""?' , eyigzggaiqw , 3,-if , f,ffzu'-V., S .. 'f , i ' ' - -,239 g , Mi' I 'Zhi - , Nw ,L 1, - .- 2 'Q Q , g Y' 5 1 ,Q f 9 6 Q 1' ff sig? 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David Schwartz Julian Schwartz Nancy Segrato Chris Senn Andrew Sennhause Sylvia Sheffield KiKi Sheppard John Shepperd Britt Simpson Ronald Slone Sophomores 109 Megg Smith Quentin Smith Josue Solacauazoz Craig Sorrells Martha Spoor Embarrassed by the sight of a lo- cal visitor, Mar- die Goldsbury turns her head. Lauran Stepsis Suzanne Sterling April Stewart Amy Stieren David Stone 110 Sophomore S If ff 2 2 , i I ff' . gi ax ,. . W7 ,J S I , We A gif f , U H. QQ? 9 15 4 fftxsgfimt jfjgyr f ,a we f jd? ' V fm tl gg.. K K .-f. -, . .mi K 1 S xg MW 3 X . ,N xx as X . mbggg. , f xv 3 1 5 f - we UW ' Q. Mr' QR A s Q .ix 'Y ,. is , 4 Y' no ff, f' - V S -- -7 X K lb . I L, N. ., X bi K X-WSE? .-,,.,.-wp ' fgggiaf -A K. X X X Nga sv ix. Sw s is S 55 i we . 1 fx-5,15 ,i x. V2 , l W X w Y mx Ne v! Q. ...Q-1 wg . - Q. , f , , ...,, . .'N.f.. 'F " 9 4!1,1. "' Q .xQ- X 1.- , - H cf 'A ' i - ,iw i i 1 32? ,gf Qi ' ' ,gif xx .wc gm N Q X X X K w Q .M X ig? W me A X a :L , 8 y . as Q. 'Q -MQ:-.' 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Sherry Straube Philip Sulak Michael Tarver Josie Tate Leigh Terry Charles Thiltgen Becky Thornton Kathleen Tiemann Celeste Tillman Minn To Phong To Aime Torres Claudia Torres Alison Tringle Lee Stone Sophomores 1 1 1 Debbie Tyer Leigh Uecker Christine Valdez Bobby Veltman Lisa Waden Wendy Wagner Wendy Walk Hillary Walker Walter Walthall Keith Warren Christina Watson Rachel Webb Blake Weichert Wendy Weil 112 Sophomores Wg' , at , 2 n E ff' 1' Wai Ay fa A , an NW., W A. , ef'i?Effffzis1fssgpe4ss2vSf 1 A rw if 4- zfsgj k e5Szs..'gzggm:isq57-X XSSggyQw,g2z,Q1g17:g??W,:ff.-iirfisi f, . . 1-5:-A , "" "Mi+'?21 ""e 1' V 5 1 5 ggizgrigi5'f1-"'-'szftfsfigSspiagafifwg xx 2 :gg- ., ,X QFX X Caroline Korbell gives up her t ms career after a long day of P E tennis M 1 of!! as f ff 3 1535! 1 w Yagi? f 1 if M s f 2 ,, 11 . W if y ....f A L V ,4,:i!EE,Z: ,,,,,,.. ,.,,,, ,,,ff, . Ai 'F 1 1 I Z2 f x g im 4' f ff 5 f , A l , .i A n,, 5 ff A ' , My ff .Ax K 1 2. 5 e David Russo agrees with the old cliche that life's really a beach. Byron Welmaker Marla Wenske Rebecca Whellan Scott White Allen Wilkins i Stella Wilkinson Lisa Williams Andrea Wood Jennifer Wood Robert Wright Chris Wulfekuehler Robert Young Ellen Zachry Patrick Zertuche Sophomores 1 13 if, FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS ROW Cris Moore, sergeant-at- Carrie Sharp, sergeant-at-arm' Qabovej Anne Johnston, vice presi- armsg Samantha Vaello, parliamen- Robert Hanmond, chaplain-histor dentg Frates Seeligson, president, Heather Snow, secretaryg TOP tariang Dayna Holleron, treasurerg an. Lowly frosh turn out to be 'most spirited' clasx As every freshman discov- ered, it was not very fun, so- cially, to be at the bottom of the totem pole.VHowever, the accomplishments of the Fresh- man Class gave members something to shout about. Freshmen showed them- selves to be the most spirited class on campus. Winning both the Hall decorating Contest at Homecoming and the class jar competition sponsored by the Student Council showed the rest of the school just what the Freshman Class was really ca- pable of. There were many outstand- ing achievements in sports for 114 Freshman Class Officers freshmen, such as in swim- ming and football. Brenda Reiton brought home top honors by placing first in certain events in sever- al swim meets, and diver Alli- son Menger also received many awards. At Howdy Night, the class had a full-scale bakesale, mak- ing a profit of about 365. Other fundraisers included bake sales during lunch and car washes. All money made from fun- draisers went toward the class' traditional Christmas gift to the school, which was the pur- chase of turkeys for members of the maintenance staff. Freshmen spirit was booste even more by freshman chee leaders Allison Menger, Libk Farrimond, Kathyrn Farr mond, Heather Snow, Anr Johnston, and Dayna Ho leron. Throughout the course 4 the year, freshmen discovers many things about the ui written rules of the hig school, such as never walkir on the emblem and having 1 clean it with their tootl brushes, and which things 1 buy in the Pit. SS! R W flvifmewwfwwz f 61:5-x f1ffif14W2,:fzaW x'0"' ' ' 1, fzlmssmwmlnr Q- 5,imxiK?1 KsimQs11R:1Yasimw21nQi'SFiNeN2:sSKwN vi NV 1 Toni Aguilor Frank Akers Jeff Albin Christopher Allison Kristine Arcia Bill Armstrong Michael Arnold Beth Bailey Caroline Baird Melissa Baird Mark Bellesteros Greg Barba David Barrera Chris Basse Schyler Batey Robert Beck Wayne Bienek Philip Bleakney Paige Bonner Heather Boysen Stacey Bradford Sean Brannen 1 16 Freshmen ,M 75?-1 Ji. ,ins N ,iwwxkxf l f? ii 2: SA 'L' - N ' . A ' I 71- 1 -fgqj g :..'. .. ' B 'v K W 7 . . if ,h X X . 5: . t,A4 Q , S vt . 1 , nr. 5 .Q 37 'A ff . K . K 5 H if 'gi Yi 1 fy-'f'?'sr?.Cff - Y 1 Y 3 . sf 1 9 RX .. ez A Y ,V W ht . 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N saw QW Nx HMM: W . a X tim Z5 I , ,,.,A s v ' f . , I . 5 'tl Jose Herrera Jeff Hetrick Dayna Holleron Scott Hollingshead Laura Holloway Stephen Holloway Jill Hughbanks Tim Hughey April Humphries Robert Huntress Carman Hutchins Adriana Idrogo Lainie Ingram Kristen Irvine Greg Jacobs Andrea Jahn Carter Johnson Anne Johnston Greg Jones Sarah Jordon Brad Jowers Rene Juarez Freshmen 121 Jennifer Kale Werner Keidel Sean Kellam Jana Kercheville Susan Kestly Jeff Keuper Amy Kiolbassa Timothy Kirkman Amy Klein Deborah Kocurek Caroline Kopecky John Krueger Phuong Lamm Nick Lambrecht Richard Lamm Keith Langford Annie Lawhon Sharon Lawrence John Leal Jimmy LeFlore Laura Lively David Lloyd 122 Freshmen fm in-1 'Q A over the front seat. 'I A21 ,. 1. On the way to lunch, Henry Mclnnis ,ff M-, rrur A 1 and Kenneth Schwartzman fight .. X N X r 'if3?s51E,?. -v- ,::'fSfsQ gg mg. ri w5W173i' ATYFE5 7 - ' STS? 'W 'Q 9415: S ,gamer 1. 2 K SQ Ni 1 , 3 NWA if F! 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X,,.,.. : ,, , f 14: gf' 'rn' if K kk X: wg D. , vie , 5: i get X X w if I Consuelo Lopez Maria Lopez Deirdre MacDonald Johnny Mack Elizabeth Maebius James Malakoff Stacey Mallory Suzanne Marker Anastasia Marosis Cynthia Martin David Martines Adriana Martinez Cynthia Martinez Irene Martinez Ruben Martinez John McCallum Sarah McCarthy Kirt McClain Len McClane Kevin McClellan Mary McFarlin Alex McGraw Henry Mclnnis Dodita McNamee Freshmen 123 -1 . V '. 'v r' Albert McNeel Robert Meader Mario Mendiola Benjamin Mengden Allison Menger David Menke Hilary Middleton Claire Millam Robert Miller Curtis Millett Elizabeth Miranda Mario Montemayor Chris Moore Rise Moore 124 Freshmen X , .. se, , .K , A V e,igeQqs.q5:1ae1a1f.21,g,ef-N,,-. . fini e - X A ' ,V W- V -- . ..., . . . Q N X -QF'-. i f. V 4 ' fx!-Tzyli -A '55 , 3 -ig I 5 A , .t ' ef- R l n N , "' X SE Q- Sl" i f 'Q X ' 'X-9? 3 , w f ILS Q 5 Greg Jones realizes that he forgot his trombone for band. ' .1 '-ew X A L i in K 5 x etss C 1 X fi it IH' ll, J ii, , ' W .,',A, if 'S 1 -1 :.1 . Ziff 5 ' V- 1 555 N J to 1. -' ffl ' XXX 4 i if J if Y e Q ef. .. 5,0 TQ Fi' J' if A 'A' I? fl digit? Q Q 35" .1 w.....fik .E I J ,ii " K 4 -Q " : :iE:..j-. :, :-.W X. I .1 l "EQ Y me n astounded Sandi Wright swal- lows her gum as she looks at her perfect test grade 1n History. Bobby Moreno Tracy Mores John Moses Babul Mukherjee Delia Munoz Yvette Neira Shawn Nelson Katholeen O'Keefe Joann Ontiveros Anna Palmieri Cliff Parades Monica Payne Antia Perez Heather Persful James Peters Freshmen 125 Elizibeth Phillips Jeff Pitluk Amy Pletz Kellie Pluchinsky Jennifer Pogue Tanya Price Courtney Radl Jesse Ramirez Jessica Ramirez Don Redmond f' - A 'vie f - X an - b 1' 1 55' L we ,Q si gf? i it H ff - if . 1 - L e ..: N s- -- J is x Q is 4 Q5 ' F li ' ' X ig be J ' P ' ' V 'X 1 ' Z " ,fs ' K K K :ia ' " f-if ,ir f i l -, ES f .sg 'L ff if ' 5,25 -, i " K it 4 f N il Y ' At the Homecoming game, Amy Kiobassa and Emily Canavan pre- pare to release their ballons at the signal. new Via: ' 1 26 Fre shm en During lunch, John Worsham thinks about the homework due fifth period which he forgot to do. , , - ,QE y 1 3 f Q faf f f 'WZ M 4' J J v 1 4 tg 'K' 'f , 2,42 i M L 09 5 f' 154 , 6 Q f M , ,V,, qi, .0--2 fp. W M W: NW ,,,, ,. ,KL zfisfx' "Mm Brenda Reiton Joseph Rendon Ross Richie John Ridgill Richard Revera Tina Revera Jeff Robinson Chandra Rodriguez Patrick Rork Greg Rosas Robert Rosenbaum Pamela Roundtree Connie Rutland Robert Sackett Sandy Safady Freshmen 1 27 Letty Salazar Tito Saldana Shawn Sanchez Magarita Sandoval Cynthia SanMarco Steve Sarran Angie Sauceda Mike Savage Jenny Scheider Kenneth Schwartzman Catherine Schweers Frates Seeligson Heather Senn Marcus Shaffer 128 Freshmen Mfr "-V mf, M Qi Q ge 1.2 X. . 5 1 W - - f ,Q is . 51,1 - M i ' ig is EEF ff- it e JJ . 3 S 'L .W V. -V9 N715 - e 6 f , I In History, Brad Hardy gives best impression of Farrah Fawce . Q, ' ., --SF M . Q' Q JS f ZX-2 5 . fjfyf his ea3?mm,Vi,,,.Q. .lr--,tsmyi .4 ff: as '?5 385' -ei' ,-is-wg? iff: 7 f f M ' L -W5 f , f 4 K f ff .,4,.,, Z i a, ,. f 7 12 , me f K ZZ we Q ,f fi Q 1' 'L" A Carrie Sharp Birge Shulman Joe Slaughter Cindy Smith Martita Smith Heather Snow Steve Snyder Anthony Sotela Teri Soules JoJo Stattmiller Jennifer Stephens Rob Stevens William Steves Molly Stone Freshmen 129 Stouton Raymond Roslgn Stowton Lorie Straube Rachel Taylor Brad Thompson Jim Tidmore Everardo Torres Frank Torres Maria Trejo Jeff Treunio Greg Tucker Samantha Vaello David Vargas Cheri Vaughan Delaney Vidrine 130 Freshmen s 'mg ' , sg I K, . .- 'fg s,,. as E tg E N gas N X SSL X Q M . Q - A ' '-cs, Q, . R i .1 -aw 3, Martita Smith, Dayna Holleron, and Cynthia SanMarco enjoy a nu- tritious lunch of pretzels, chips, candy bars, and ice tea. 1 m K .s. is X 4 ig, XM' -'S-sf fy 4' , ,V f V iw x 4 V95 J 'H 5 f f Q " 41 1 fjffg f M ,, wi, . f ,,L WW? . , f f fe ,rf 2 ffm, . 15 2- . yy! 1 v 1 A if f ZR' f ,mf 's x - A .al ji, WWW ,M '5 L-wf fffaif . .- 1 nw .,,A . if gt 1? W 'K af 05 A A 1 ' 'Z uffgzihzisezffwfilbu A 17 J ,, ,,,Lk, A 4 an .fr if' 2 xv f 1 , ' f if if Loyal Freshman Sharon Lawrence and Stephanie Crews stuff the Sen- iors jar with nickels during the jar contest. t C W ' itcs 'i iec' Aifllvl , f nl gu ' .1 - lwifgg ,,""' 2' ' ' - , ,z 2 , A X I 2 A -A 2 I .ar E 5 . y., -Q-,L ,4 Jr if z X l , , , gg 3 fe: f jfyl'-2 , ' "5 ,T .eff V, ffl 2 W -J' Q, f ff ,- f , 1 5 Af, V, K , e, 1 I fe.. 5 L l '4 Bobbie Villanueva Suzannah Vinson Steve Wagner Brenda Walker Aleisa Warmack Caroline Watts Ned Wells Debbie Williams Kumasi Wilson Tina Wilson Chad Worrel John Worsham Courtney Wright Sandi Wright Wen Yangi Chris Yevak Karie Young Willa Yturri Shirley Zepeda Laura Zinsmeister Mike Zorrilla Freshmen 131 455' l'Qfbi5?s'ff FM Q i 5 Z W , f ! f ' f Q Q i fQ ,f 5 A ... W , at 143 146 160 161 adsmics ' l: Funding, open campus issue on board agend Having to deal with the cutback of state funds to the district mandated by the equaliza- tion funding formula of HB72 was of primary importance to the school board. According to Richard Halter, president, the board had two choices for compensation of losses of funds, which were either to raise taxes or to cut certain programs out of the budget. The board had to review each program, and determine whether or not it was productive 7 99. QQN ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL DR. JANE LEIZEAR WATCHES faboveb as Principal Barney New- ton explains the High School cur- riculum at the first board meeting. BOARD OF TRUSTEES Qabove rightj, CSEATED: Mrs. Chesley W. Johnstong Mrs. John A. Williamsong Mrs. David Spoor, vice presidentg STANDING, Mr. Richard Halter, presidentg Mr. Alan Dreeben, assis- tant secretaryg Dr. William P. Fitch. NOT PICTURED: Mr. John Ford, secretary 134 Board Of Trustees academically. Mr. Halter stated that While t cost of each program was being considers members believed that program quality h priority over economics. Another problem trustees dealt with, or again, was the high school open campus issue. district wide meeting was held in early Febi ary to discuss the pros and cons before the fir vote by trustees later that month. l BEFORE THE JANUARY BOARD discusses an agenda item w Meeting Qabovej Trustee Jon Ford President Richard Halter. gil Dr. Calvin E. Gross tleftl superin- tendent, Mr. Harry B. Orem fbelowl assistant superintendent, Dr. Don Hendrix fbelow rightb curriculum director, Mr. Harry Stanford lbot- toml business manager. ln District fights loss of local control, state funds Like the board of trustees, the Alamo eights district administration had to deal th the far ranging and immediate effects of B72 as well as the drastic cut in state funding. ecause of the erosion in local control con- ned in the billis provisions, the district ,ned a group called Texans for Local Control Public Education supporting local control ,d decision making prerogatives of trustees, ucators, parents, and patrons at the local lev- el. Another problem was the loss of state fund- ing which will see the district lose two million dollars over the next two years. To compensate for this loss, administrators began a systematic review of school programs to determine which, if any, could be cut. In addition, a four-cent tax hike was predicted for the 1985-86 school year, following on the heels of a three cent tax raise this year. District Administration 1 35 Mr. Barney Newton Qrightl Princi- pal, Dr. Jane Leizear fbelowb As- sistant Principal, Mr. Delbert Row- land lbelow middlei Assistant Prin- cipal, Mr. Ken Goodrum Cbelow far h rightl Alternative Education Direc- tor. K New policies top priority for administratior Working with changes affecting students in most areas of school resulting from HB72, the high school administration faced new policies concerning a new grading scale, with 70 as the lowest passing grade, unexcused absences, ex- tracurricular activities, and six-weeks grading periods. Students were also faced with a new rule on participation in extracurricular activities which decreed that a student had to pass every subject in the six weeks grading period in order to be 136 High School Administration eligible for participation. The new six-weeks grading periods mandati by the education reform bill brought tests at grades every six weeks instead of every nil weeks as had been the policy in years pastp A highlight came in January when tl school was nominated by the TEA as one of Texas high schools in line for a national awa: from the U.S. Department of Education as b ing an "exemplary" high school. National wi3 ners were to be announced in July. Viv Guidance stresses follow-up personal Contact Because of the stress of the new 70 passing were having problems. To further aid students having problems, counselors stressed the after-school tutorials, which the departments offered Tuesdays and Thursdays. Students were helped in individ- ual conferences to discover the source of the problem. 1 Mr. Roy Balter, fabove left! guid- 1 ance director ,,-I ,--.,.,,,, Miss Ellen Kennedy, ffar left! coun- i selor Miss Ruby McPherson, labovel counselor E Mr. Richard Wolpole, lleftl voca- tional counselor 'N Qu Guidance 137 Xl 5,214 PRINCIPAL ftopb Mrs. Janie Luna Mrs. Lou Edmondson Mrs. Helen 5 Kelsey ATTENDANCE Kaboveh Mrs. Nell l Valigura, Mrs. Janett Sarran, Mrs Nell Bernhard ' ATHLETIC fabove rightj Mrs. Vir ginla Merriweather la GUIDANCE fright! Mrs. Barbara ' Horvath Mrs Glenna Fearlng, Mrs Sarah Beard 138 Secretarial Staff Q-wwf -his ,f an H I C, , inf' 3 Z ' ' , N '53 '. f f Q ,L if le ol , , ff V , g ,wily AINTENANCE CREW Qtoph Mr. an Salazar, Mr. Raul Martinez, r. Martine Leeg Head Custodian, r. Reuben Moya, Mr. Marvin i Smith CAFETERIA CREW Qabovej BOT- TOM ROW Mrs. Frances Mayer, Mrs. Paul Reeh, Manager, Anglie K 1.312 , a I , Rodriguez BACK ROW Mrs. Maria Contasos, Mrs. Pearl Harvey, Mrs. Patricia Fletcher, Dorris Kirby, Mrs. Connie Falcon Maintenance!Cafeteria 139 In English vocabulary is the BIG wor The big word in the English Department for this year was vocabulary. To help students better understand the words used in analogies, antonyms, and read- ing passages in standardized tests, sophomore and junior English teachers used books that contained drills from former Scholastic Apti- tude Tests. The purpose was to familiarize students with the test-taking procedures. Mrs. Susie Ranson, Chairman, Eng- lish II Major Works, English IV De- One result of 'sthe vocabulary study me have been the rise of the students, verb scores on the SAT, which was 16 points ov last year's. Students also studied Greek and Latin roo of words to extend their vocabularies. Besides vocabulary, all teachers in the En lish Department required students to ref books outside of class from reading lists f each level, and to review them. velopmental Mrs. Linda Anderson, English I, English I Major Works Mr. Charles Boggess, English II Developmental Mrs. Marilyn Gonzales, Basic Reading I, Intermediate Reading I, Advanced Reading, English II Ms. Christine Harwell, English I, English II Mrs. Mimi Horta, English II Mrs. Marguerite Kownslar, Eng- lish III, English IV Developmental Miss Maryanne McCurdy, English II 140 English 15 grs. Mary Miss Ernest orman, Olmos, Mrs. Sandra Mae Seaholm, ournalism I, Riordan, English III, I, and III, Hoof Dr. Mary Ellen English IV English III rint Quinn, E.S.L. Major Works Major Works slag rv ,S X 2 WHILE IN READING CLASS Qbelowj, Sandra Wright watches as Greg Hayes and Andrea Mar- tin disagree over the boundaries of the Roman Empire. 4 uf ff y ry rrrrrr Qs, My.: 54,55-if: gf what 6 :H vs all 38, DURING MRS. KOWNSLAR'S FOURTH PERIOD ENGLISH CLASS, ffar leftl Jessica Cox discusses the use of symbolism in The Scarlet Letter PATRICK CAUTHORN lleftl de- fines words for Mrs. Horwell's vocabulary test. ax . ,wk V: 'A 4 English 1 4 1 IN ORDER TO GET INFORMA- TION FOR THEIR ENGLISH RE- SEARCH PAPER Qrightj, Ashleigh Travis, Rob Singleton, and Eleanor Phelps take advantage of the sources in the library. STUDENTS IN MRS. TIBBETS' ENGLISH III CLASS fbelow rightl act out a scene from The Crucible. , P- . X , T if HSM. "ffl S , , 3 - fe -- . .. ..i.. - ' - -1 - - we i . + .. '5.v5 Q, 'af 3 i s ff 1 .. . ,, . . 5 T 5 , 3, X3 3 ., 2, aw, . I h . ip gf - S 11, 1 L n 1. fi 'RUST' Il ' I1 nv' 5 ixii " ' ,Q 4 ,, N i . . ' L , JEFF KUEPER AND YVETTE NEIRA COMPARE NOTES fabovel the day before their book reports are due. NOT PICTURED: Mrs. Isabel Rodriguez, English I Mrs. Elaine Schermer, English I Developmental, English IV ir I., ,. Mrs. Dorothy Mrs. Ann Mrs. Veta Thompson, Tibbetts, Wright, Engli English IV English III I Developmental, English IV, Foreign Languages classes enrollment soars For the second consecutive year, the For- eign Language Department showed an im- ressive expansion, not only in student en- ollment but also in the emphasis of culture. The German program, which returned llast year, offered second year, While main- taining first year. Students learned practi- cal, everyday vocabulary words and studied cultural notes on everyday German life. All levels of French experienced increased. 5' 52 enrollment, as another section of French I and French II were added. Spanish classes had larger enrollments in all four levels. Students studied literature and various lifestyles of the Spaniards. Latin classes had their share of students, also. Besides studying grammar and verb conjugations, students studied the contribu- tions of Roman culture to our own. Mr. Johnnie Eng, Chairman, Span- Spanish III Mrs. Linda Anderson, German I, German II Miss Susan Baltes, Spanish II, Spanish III Major Works Mrs. Mimi Horta, French I BEFORE A QUIZ IN MRS. HOR- TA'S FRENCH I CLASS Qabove leftl Heather Snow studies a few last minute facts. JOE INGLE, MIKE THOMAS, AND JEFFREY TREVINO Qleftl give a report on the characteristics of a typical Gothic castle. Foreign Language 143 ish I, Spanish II Major Works, BEFORE VISITING A NURSING f HOME fright! Mrs. Anderson's class practices singing Christmas carols in German. Mrs. Karen i Katz, Spanish 5 I, Spanish III, ' Spanish IV , Major Works, Spanish V Advanced Placement Miss Maryanne McCurdy, Latin I, Latin III and IV Major Works Q Mrs. W , V , t Esperanza A Olvera, Spanish I, Spanish II . 9' 1 Y nnnn 4 ij? I 'fi 144 Foreign Language I . 3 'N n I if 4, ,, 1 'Ft' fl 'Ji QI, I 'ig ' 'QM xx 5? . :'x L f-X Mrs. Mary Kay Willis, French I, - e French II, French III, French IV Ad- vanced Placement iti NOT PICTURED: Mrs. Isabel R0- driguez, Spanish II Andrea Wood, Suzanne Sterling, and Jim Redmond Cleftj act out the Three Little Pigs for a Spanish II project. Foreign Language 145 Students find outlet for creative efforts in IA While many students found classes that stressed creativity in the Interrelated Arts De- partment, they also found a large change this year. The change involved the re-organization of the drama section. Teachers Ira Evers and Sandra Riordan took over the drama classes and directed the schools plays. According to Mr. Evers, the department did some short straight plays, a non-musical fall play, Woody Allen's "Don't Drink the Watern, and the tra- ditional Senior Play in the Spring. However, the play was open to all classes this year. Meanwhile, the music classes, broadened their horizons by studying a Wide variety of music from classical to jazz. The Humanities classes read literature and studied art and the major religions of the World. Art students learned to be creative, and made T-shirts for the schools' drama produc- tions. l l 3 5 S sf 5 3 Q N - .f--' ,, E Sal Mrs. Sandra 5 Riordan, ii, ' ' Chairman, S, X Drama, I si Humanities N, Mrs. Carol Ackles, Art I, Art II, Art IV Mr. John Bridges, Honors Band, Symphony Band , SSS X x :L R K A 'Siege 6? K Mr. Ira Evers, Drama, Speech I, Advanced Speech 146 Interrelated Arts I M fad MRS. ACKLES ART I CLASS 5 Abad practices mixing the colors to make the colors. NOT PICTURED: Mr. Roger Lov- ing, Art I, Art II FRANCIE STEVES MODELS tbe- lowb a costume that Edgar Duncan designed for a creativity project in Humanities. Mr. Harold Renolds, Honors Band Assistant, Symphony Band Mr. Gerald Schwab, i, a Humanities Q? , Y Mr. Gene Wabeke, Advanced . Chorous, Music Theory Mrs. Carla Wright, Advanced Strings Mrs. Kasha Young, Band Secretary Interrelated Arts 147 STEPHANIE MENGDEN AND MARY LOUISE CASHEL Qrightb take apart a cone in Miss Wisa- kowsky's Algebra II Major Works class in order to find a parabolic curve. FOR HIS TRIG SEMESTER PRO- JECT, CLAY MOORE Cfar rightj gives a report on the uses of math in the business world. 148 Math W W W v'.f1fK" r-'arf' V7 t Y V, 5 , Q I Mrs. Susan Thomas, Chairman, Geometry Major Works, Algebra II, Algebra I-B , sm J W l f V47 g.',..,,'i-,mgfff at 45 f G' if .v f, f , iff? 1 ,ff f eaiwg, w -W Wk JM , f, 2 fi J ff N l New ' at lm, ' , ii iw. wg, , 'X Mr. Don Byrd, Mr. Bruce Fink, Geometry, pre Algebra I, Algebra Algebra I-B, F.O.M. Mr. Paul Foerester, Calculus A.P Trig, M.O.C.I Calculus A.P Major works oter in computer program doubles A surge in student interest in math brought other computer teacher, Donald Titus. 1 increased enrollment in nearly all levels. his was particulary true of the computer pro am. The computer program received 21 new Ap .e Ile computers, and gained a new class mom, 203 N. The Math Department also had to hire an ' I ,Us 2 7 ie 9: 5 - an 4 1 According to computer teacher Bob Sutton, the program goals were to make the computer center a resource area much like the library so that, with the appropriate software, teachers and students from all departments could take advantage of the computers' unlimited abili- ties. Ms. Marilyn Massa, FOM I, Algebra II, Geomtry. Ms. Carlynn Ricks, Consumer Math, Geometry Major Works, Trig, Geometry Mr. Bob Sutton, Computer Math, Computer Math II, Computer Math Advanced Placement Mr. Donald W. Titus, Jr. Computer Math M' A Math 149 JORGE RESENDEZ EXPLAINS Qrightj the formula for finding the area of a polygon to Leslie O'Neill during Mrs. Winans Algebra I class. BEFORE LEAVING ibelow rightj for the Thanksgiving holidays, Mi- chael Falls types in his last comput- er program for Mr. Titus' Computer I class. Mrs. Rebecca Wallace, Pre Algebra, Algebra I 1 Mrs. Ann Winans, Pre Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry Miss Mercille Wisakowsky, Algebra II Major Works, Consumer Math, Algebra II ssss . so I tess Ms. Isabel j' ' 2 We Zsohar, .f Algebra I, A 7 - size "" - Geometry, Q Trig Major ' Q SC Works ' ' 1 50 Math m..,st Itianges mark year for fclucation program Despite the setbacks of HB72, the Occupa- onal Educational Department continued to in without any big snags this year. There ere, however, several changes. Although the funding from the state to the istrict was cut, the Alamo Heights district greed to pick up the slack this year. There was a change in funding for each pro- fam, also. Instead of receiving money for the mtal number of people enrolled in a program, occupational they received funding based on students' Average Daily Attendance record. Thus, some money was still lost. According to Rick Walpole, co-ordinator of the OE Department, there are some positive of HB72. "It will make us examine each program very closely, and if one of them is no longer productive, we can eliminate the Waste from the department." test. r're ,... iprfr .rrr rfrrr .op r lr 1 . rllrsrsres . w 'r'f Qsr ir r I s 1 rr.. I rl'. , 'k- -- i K Wi 1 M' i"'fg fix I Mr. Rick, Mrs. Elaine Miss Peggy Mrs. Nila Earl, Mrs. Betty Mr. George Walpole, Carol, Cox, Homemaking Gordon, Jared, General Coordinator Homemaking, Accounting, Coordinated Construction Home and Typing Vocational- Trade I Family Living, Academic Food and Education Nutrition Cooperative Occupational Education 151 WHILE IN MRS. WELCH'S O.D.P CLASS, Jesse Alanzo Qleftj runs off copies of a Biology Major Works Mrs. Gail Josephson, Health Occupation O Mr. David Moad, Shop Mrs. Wanda Tassos, Typing, Personal Typing Mrs. Barbara Welch, Office Duplicating Practice Mrs. LaVonne Wiltse, Home Economics Cooperative ROCHELLE GREEN TAKES HER TYPING I EXAM Qtopl in Miss Cox's class. 1 52 Occupational Education NOT PICTURED: Mr. Curtis Cox, Business Law, Government Mr. Bob Foster, Drafting, Architec- tural Drafting Mr. Paul Smith, Distributive Edu- cation AFTER COMPLETING ileftj his work in Mr. Moad's Woodworking class, Phillip Aranda cleans up lef- tover wood shavings. IN MRS. EARL'S HOMEMAKING CLASS fbelow leftl, Josie Tate, Lizzie Martinez, and Leigh Terry sample a cheese dip they made. PAUL SNOW WORKS Qbelowl on designing the floor plans for a new house in Drafting class. Occupational Education 153 Total he Trying to make students aware of the impor- tance of both mental and physical health was the primary goal of the Physical Education De- partment this year. Health classes had guests lecturers from such organizations as Alcoholics Anonymous and Planned Parenthood. The purpose was to make students aware about typical teenage problems. Mr. Gordon Garrett, Coordinator, Health, Boys PE Mrs. Linda Bellinger, Hardship PE Mr. Charles Boggess, Boys PE Mrs. Karen Breymann, Health 154 Physical Education alth awareness PE goz Meanwhile, in the gym and on the trac students associated fitness with fun. Althou classes had to do the one mile run, they al sharpened-up their motor skills by playing bz ketball, softball, and tennis. Swimming classes worked on the form of four strokes. They had timed distance swin and learned life-saving skills later in the ye. ,pf of Ms. Maggie Lee Anne Mr Gilbert Morris, Mr. Larry Hines Girls PE, PE Oxford, Mr. Jim Yates, Boys PE Tennis PE Tennis PE Swimming l ".sa4S45Wi , "' Jw.Q.',a ."' ,.,, C W ll" M ip, 'Ur NX. 'M f'fif1fw'f 1'9" I, 0 gif as 'W' SCOTT HOLLINGSHEAD AND PAT CALLAGHAN DISCUSS ffar leftj the score of their game during Coach OXford's P.E. Tennis class. PRIOR TO A KICKBALL GAME, JASON WILLIAMS fleftl carries the bases out to the field in order to set them up WHILE IN MS. MORRIS' P.E. CLASS, AMY RAYMOND ibelow leftb hits a homerun during a base- ball game. Physical Education 155 Mrs. Mary Zuschlag, Chairman, Government Community Service Mrs. Anne Collins, World History, American History x Dr. Joanne Furtek Cox, American History Major Works, American History TAMMY FITCH WATCHES AS JON- OTHAN NEWTON AND SYLVIA FLANNERY DEMONSTRATE tabove rightb how the guillotine was used during the French Revolution. ON NEWSPAPER DAY, MISTY TA- GLE LISTENS tbelow rightj as Mr. Cox explains the article she has just finished reading. 156 Social Studies l Mr. Mark Hewitt, American History, Developmental World History Mrs. Paula Moore, Government, World Histor Jevv major works classes add in-depth study The new thing in the Social Studies Depart- ent was the addition of major works classes. or the 81 students enrolled in the courses, ore and harder reading had to be done than the regular classes. The teachers, Mary Zuschlag-Governmen- Economics MW, Gerald Schwab-World His- iry MW, and Dr. Joanne Cox, American His- lry MW, agreed that the classes gave stu- lnts who wanted to go beyond the regular high school social studies Work a chance to be more in-depth classes. According to Mrs. Zuschlag, department chairman, students were given an opportunity to do work they would have ordinarily done in their first or second year of college. Although the major Works classes covered the same material as other classes, more pri- mary sources and in-depth readings were used. Mr. Gerald Schwab, World History Major Works, IEE 252 EEZ World History T , gm :zz S53 6-., ' J ' 2-XG. 5 , L- ae,f--J, 4 t .A ,aaa I i 251 . .TEL-N.. 'E ' 'Vs 'uifwz ' fgfft' . , f' .f.. i x, Q , 5: - st -A 'fr 1 53535 gm as :usd-43 snag? CNC rn 233513 UW WIEWS T-30450 fin go O52 -4 E-:',1C:UU2 if . :-.0555 0 'ibwcno zmcw :T 'iQ,zr Sage-io -'Q 'vggm E-'54wE7, Omwibfwl N 'WQQ wma- 3 mu-U13 59.2.55 32.513 '40 '40 :J- 5- no I mi: LQ I5 g' 5' first debate. AS PART OF A TEST IN HISTORY CLASS, CRISSIE POTTER AND JOHN BEACHAMP ileftb locate the Nile River Valley civilization in Af- rica. Social Studies 157 l Time in lab increases for all science class Because of new education bills which Texas Legislature approved last summer, science classes underwent many changes this year. . The most evident change was that classes spent more time in lab. All Biology, Chemis- try, Physical Science and Physics students found themselves in labs an average of two days per week. The labs were designed to give students a chance to associate classroom mate- rial with real-world applications. , Teachers also saw increased enrollments the state required every student to pass t years of science in high school. Junior Schi courses no longer counted toward graduatiq Other additions to the Science Departmg included a diffusion cloud chamber, whi helped students study the behavior of gas me ecules. Mrs. Joy Pruett, Chairman, i Chemistry I, Chemistry I Major Works ' 1 2. Ms. Clare Anderson, Physical Science, Develop- mental Physical Science, Biology Ms. Veanna Carpenter, Physics, Physical Science I Mr. Andy Cobb, Chemistry I, Chemistry II Major Works, Pre-Physical Science 158 Science I X I I 5 1 5 l I l 1 1 ,S DAVID MARTINEZ GIVES A PUZ- ZLED LOOK Ccenterl as he tries to figure out the percent composition of beanium. DURING AN EXPERIMENT IN MRS. CARPENTER'S PHYSICAL SCIENCE CLASS ibelow leftb Ka- tie Phelps and Kate Coiner try to light a bunsen burner. FOR MRS. ANDERSON'S BIOL- OGY CLASS, CHRIS SENN Qabove leftj solves a genetic trait probabil- ity problem to find out if a rabbit is going to have black or white fur. WHILE LEARNING fleftb about single celled organisms in Mr. Comer's Biology class, Laura Luna looks at a slide of an amoeba. obert Mr Dave Dr Mary Ellen Mr Guy Riggs NOT Biology Forester Qumn Physical Pre Physical PICTUREDg Developmental Science Science Mrs, Countess Works Biology Physics Developmental Nixon, Biology, PIIYSICHI Biology Major Science Works Science 159 Resource Classes unaffected by new bill Although many departments felt that some changes had occured this year because of var- ious education bills, the Resource Department had no negative changes. According to Department Chairman Beth Thiele, the new grading scale did not affect students because the students who passed un- der the new system would have passed under the old one. Miss Thiele added that she was impressed BEFORE AVERAGING FINAL GRADES, MRS. TURNER, MRS. WINSLOW, AND MRS. LOUIE COMPARE Crightl students grades to see how the new grad- ing system affected them. NOT PICTURED: Mrs. Irma Louie, E. D. Assistant rltislgeth Mrs. Lydia Resource Arzamendi, Science, Ed. Resource Assistant Government, Department Resource Math, Chairman Ed. Asslstant 160 Special Education by the good cooperation between the Resourcel Department and other departments, who al-l lowed Resource teachers to know when a stu- dents was having problems in a regular class. The primary focus of the Resource Depart- ment was to provide classes in which the cur- riculum met the students' needs, and to teach students basic skills needed for life after high school. l .Rx l u l 4 1 l 1 l I .iv A M. , ,E U, . it fa f ' 2 ja? my g 7 " l A ' L , ,,,. 5, 5 7 "6 li X Ms. Theresa Mrs. Kathleen Mrs. Shirley McC0llar, Turner, Winslow, E. D.' Resource Resource H History, Ed. English Assistant l Reading lists up book orders The library Went through ninajor changes this year. With a heavier student demand, another rnicrofische reader was added to provide better opportunity for research. p Many books were ordered because of the new reading lists for English students this year. Another change was the elimination of library night, which began last year but could not continue because of insufficient funds. In general, the library was an ideal place for students. Its quiet atmosphere and helpful staff made it a place to read, study, or work on projects. 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Around 9:30, though, the si- lence is shattered as a flood of light suddenly consumes the gym. With the light come screams. Are we under attack? Have those creatures from Pluto finally arrived? No, it's a . . . PEP RALLY. Only one word can summa- rize a typical Alamo Heights pep rally: NOISYU Chaos is everywhere, a civil war, class turning against class, friend against friend, for an item even more precious than a large Gucci bag: The Spirit Stick. The band plays a song which is very LOUD. It is probable that the people in Dallas could hear the band playing at the pep rally. Spurs and cheerleaders per- form routines which would make Bob Fosse green with envy. However, if you would like to participate in a pep rally, remember the hazards if you happen to have sensitive hear- ing. Even though there were only five of them this year be- cause of HB72, our spirit could not be silenced. Pep Rally 173 I , 'I ,Z I wr. wx-my - -U.,W!y,',,,, 'K 1 W fl ww W5 1 L N fl 3. lr' . 1 " -"uw , 1 J 52 ,ind f MM Q fx LQ .wk 115 3 Qxg. f. lv K+ -hal W f A ,gy WV' 1 A X Q X - w ig! in : 'ix '-N -1 , LTA, P , - 4' K X W2 Kkimii L "' 4fn,J.:j'igg,,hA W- N jp ,X g",21JfjffLgg"pYQf'H ffi' . 1QJaJM 'gm lm' HQ ' ' fi V ' 125 MN 5A-'I '11 rw .. W mbagvgp-, i' , 1 MAP' f . r 1 ' , 4 ,ft2'gSlkf3,,mNjN-1 'ui '5 ' N3 W -2 gg:x1'jg,,?h1 'H ' Im ,. 3.: V- In , ' 'AYULW 4" H 5 -! f ' ' ,LW-NC ' . J Nvfgci. 1? Y, ', i 'Q A 1 ' 1 1" 512 pl 'V x X ' H 'A 777211723 N 1 1 s li .Q s x 'R ws is . 9' fm 1 il L , .lv L ,M yr ' v f 2 , -2115-' pp, A, . I 4 at ,1 .4 i ,Q 'x . KA fi . S Ewa Q1 i JE ur 'fx 'NWY553 , X, , U Am -'s '4 A 176 " A gil wi-:ii lsfizaigixf-fin 2 3 N i ali' . Q x I JG? 1 "Who else but a Spur can pull muscles and dance in mud at 7 a.m. in the morning and still hold her head high and smile?" Lucia Shulman 'Jazzy, upbeat' Spurs shine With a jazzy, upbeat style, the Spurs flaunted their talent at halftime and always outshined their competition. Even before the majority of the student body woke up, the drill team Was Working hard trying to refine their routines. Risking pneumonia from the cold mornings, they perfected ev- ery move With pizazz and style. Music for their routines includ- ed "putting on the Ritz" and "Oh, You Beautiful Doll" CWhy not'?D. During the summer, the dance team had a special tutor, Lisa Haws, who taught the girls sharp and precise steps, and helped to contribute to their upscale style. After football season, the Spurs participated in many compe- titions, including a city-Wide competition in February. 9 THE 84-85 SPURS Copposite page! gather together to show off their smiles before the Central Catholic Pep Rally. 84-85 SPURS ffar leftl THE SPURS SPIRIT labovej comes through at the Homecom- ing Pep Rally. RAQUEL RAMSEUR Qleftl shows 8 off her famous Spur smile at an after school practice. i SPURS SPONSORS tleft above! , , Barbara Welch, assistant sponsor, , Linda Bellinger, sponsor. . 4 ,r,,f e I gp p K K fx if if :E as Spurs 177 MANAGER HOLLYN WILLIAMS fbelov0 vvears her Hsunglasses in the daythnen as she reviemm the week's schedule. COLONEL LUCIA SHULMAN AND LT.COLONEL LORI BEN- NETT ibelowj take a minute from their duties to point out a cute foot- ball player from the other team. MOH YOU BEALHHFUL DOLLSH Qfar belowj the Spurs sing as they practice for the Kerville halftime show. THE SPURS MOTION tbottomb to the schoolsong asthey kin hlthe Howdy Night Parade around the schooL 178 Spurs www., V, ,f if WITH THE MOST BEGUILING SMILES Qbelowl BOTTOM ROW: Lt. Colonel Lori Bennett, Colonel Lucia Shulman TOP ROW Majors Janie West, Emily Harrison, Wendy Reed, And Debbie Galloway give a big welcome to the Bandera spirit group. ,if V. K , Q 1 ,J li, ,,,, Q . 5' f . ,Z A ' gf ' 4 JW ,... C ' H f- ff , .,,.. V W H T f j mx, ' ,,Lk ,K my '53 1 3 e f WW WW ' 9 T "i' L Q ,'i,' lf Q A Z4 ' if V - in Q 2 Z X X1 . f K .Q . 5' xt' 9 xl' . iw? f , K Q. f ' li 4' 3 T ' 1 . I 1 1 Q if in ' ' ' is X X T , Ef- A ON THE FIELD fabovel Spurs practice beginning with tomor- gather around while Colonel Lucia row's 6:45 a.m. practice. Shulman goes over the week's Spurs 179 "We are convinced that the agony of dis- cipline and sore mus- cles are worth the in- describable thrill of victory." Ben Middleton 'Classics' take over Ban The band took on a classic look in several ways. The n uniforms for the band members and Silks, which arrived l spring, added more sparkle to routines which were already p ished. Also, Twirler Tammy Sykes defied the laws of gravity W her difficult and risky routines which she executed flawless The Silks displayed crisp, clean and Well-defined movemen Other changes included a transition to classical music, wh: included "New World Symphony" and "Firebird". The band members Worked long and hard hours in the ea morning and after school C"We have to do it AGAIN'?l"D, bu' paid-off because they placed Marching Contest. first at the annual Westlz JANE DRIGGS iabovej sponsor of the flag corps. 84-85 TAMMY SYKES Qrightj Twirler JOHN BRIDGES Qfar rightl Band Director HAROLD REYNOLDS Ughtbm lowj Assistant Band director 180 Band 1 5 if K i I 2, QM 1 li LAMO HEIGHTS BAND per- nrms its competition song "Fire- ird" before Howdy Night activi- es began. Band 181 84-85 MARCHING BAND ftopj SILKS SHOW70FF FANCY FLAG ROUTINES Qaboveb while march- ing in the Howdy Night Parade. THE BRASS SECTION ihghw jazzes it up while performing at Howdy Night. 182 Band ASSISTANT DRUM MAJOR REIL- LY DILLON Cabove leftj, Tammy Sykes and Drum Major Ben Middleton lead the band at the Howdy Night Parade. THE BAND Cleftb plays the school song while marching to the stands before the Bandera game. TAKING A REST faboveb the Band watches the cheerleaders perform at the Bandera Pep Rally. Band 183 Q X W . A-ff , 5 v ZR ev' X x 1 'Y 'f X 'NJ 8 A 4 ,fu s, -,. x x V ww' w A-A Q X g -r Mx' LL i X as f , W 1 if , X f S f , Q Q L K S 'K vm. Af - . . . , A if ,.',X . mlwlisw-Ar . Vrkrk AW ..bX TT A S -w SRX KV Egwwxiig tgww R 4? X A XM f f A X , - ' L' ? , f 5 ,A , rs R . Q J w W ' , , .b.. ff Q fl--if Y if '.g- N5 'W f 'H ' A . " fm, f .L , -vwv.-w.W 'agp Wg M L.-L ..-. M f 5 K-,ggif W M - ,' in 2 ffffimy,-25 ' qkw. .L-- . fy X L.eRq3f'90 'm X EAC I H ,ygxi A: K s-X1 X 1 ,ig 5 g v . f L5 . f ' F" , . X K ,, K WT 'WS 1 '--k Y fx-V 2 "'- i s. , f A ,, 1, 1 ' . ? m, V m'.. f - A , A. , ,LLL Seq. W, ll, N 4 .ifffekisxyli ,x K W H 4' ffrwf.-.,Q'X, 'fn 9 .N JL 3 . i "The 84-85 cheer- leading squads have had the best year possible . . . we have found dedication, spirit, and most of all, the best friends a person could ask for." Shannon Raines Cheerleaders add dance style There were a few changes in the cheerleading squads this year. A sixth member was added to the varsity squad, which traditionally had only five. The style of cheering also changed, and the result was one based on dance. Last summer, the varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders, along with the Caledonia, Went to summer camp at SMU. The Varsity squad placed in the top 20 groups. Also, in October, the Varsity, J.V. and freshman cheerleaders all won superior ratings in the National Cheerleaders Associ- ation's Regional Competition. All year they performed at such functions as football, volley- ball and basketball games, trying to zero-in on school spirit for all sports. 'QF -en? ml ston, lbottoml Libby Farrimond. 84-85 CALEDONIA tleftl Debbi Chesney. Q x 84-85 VARSITY CHEERIJIAIJLRS Qopposite pagel BOTTOM ROW' Kathleen O'Neill, SECOND ROV! Francie Steves, Anne West, Shun- non Raines THIRD ROW Rachel Horn TOP ROW Jessica Stephvnri- 84-85 JUNIOR VARSITY CHEER- LEADERS ltopl Amy Stieren, An- drea Wood, Stacy DeWall, Allison Glover, Mary Huff, and Melissa Bothe. 84-85 FRESHMAN CHEER- LEADERS tabovel Heather Snow, Allison Menger, Kathryn Farri- mond, Dayna Holleran, Anne John- Cheerleaders I H5 Wrangler activities varied Working long hours before and after school and promoting school spirit were ony a few of the activities of the Wrangler during the year. Under the direction of a new sponsor, Isabelle Rodreiguez, the spirit group made posters and breakthroughs for the football games. The Wranglers also displayed card and pom-pom rou- tines which were dazzling and precise. The Wranglers sponsored certain events, such as the f'Foot- ball Workshopn, given by Coach Gaylard Fenley, for students and parents. They also helped out at "Back-to-School Nightu. The spirit group had new uniforms this year which included gold ties and cumberbunds for the officers. 15 a 3 r ., r -. Q rtr' ff .. " , . .. AT HOWDY NIGHT Qfar right! Wranglers capture innocent stu- dents and put them in their jail for ransom. WRANGLERS MARCH AROUND THE SCHOOL fabovej to promote spirit before the Howdy Night cele- bration. WRANGLERS BETH BAILY AND TRACY MORSE Qrightl cheer the Mules to a touchdown at the Edgewood game. 186 Wranglers i 84-85 WRANGLER SPONSORS ibottomh Linda Anderson, assistant sponsorg Isabelle Rodriguez, spon- sor. 84-85 WRANGLER OFFICERS ibe- lowl Keith Warren, presidentg Mi- chelle McCullough, historiang Deb- bie Callihan, secretary. f X Wranglers 187 ADDING THEIR OWN BRAND OF SPIRIT fright! Wranglers cheer at the Bandera pep rally. WRANGLERS CHEER ibelowb after the first touchdown at the Edgewood game. 84-85 WRANGLERS Cbottomj Qi S wi 'S' K L Q! if new 188 Wranglers any-Q 1. S 1' ,N 27 f I , 1 Q 'rf Haggfx ig Mg I 2 is , 1 QQ 4? in ,f Wiat r or X sa B S vs K- gf . Q f ,f N-Ami Q., "V 23-. wr, A,- ,. ,s.,:- ev ff - b A N V., ff - 'X' 'N 1 -3 AT THE BANDERA GAME Qabove leftj President Keith Warren and Sponsor Isabelle Warren pass our drinks to thirsty Wranglers at half- time. GINGER HYATT Qbelowb supports the Wranglers during Howdy Night by sending out a ransom letter for a student. WHILE INTRODUCTIONS ARE GIVEN ftop leftl at Howdy Night the Wranglers give their undivided attention. DURING THE WEST CAMPUS PEP RALLY Qleftl Wranglers are led by President Keith Warren in hand motions to the school song. ..2-un-mas IN AMAZEMENT fabovej the Wranglers watch the cheerleaders build a pyramid at the Homecoming Pep Rally. Wranglers 189 ,,.,,. , ,ggyf WV., k,LL,, M ...,: W,,:., ,.,,i:v, M.. ,...v L... LU,. v,:... QS,.V,V.,,....,,,, v,L. L -,.,-,V,VV.4...fVV.-.- . 5 fi Vggqgsl.. V553 esVgfgf?3V-3k.gVgggV11.ssi'fs- Vw..-3,, K-1 S VV 3 V ,,,,.,., ,....,.. 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THE '85 OLMOS STAFF trightb BOT- TOM ROW Carrie Kopplow, Layout Editor, Roy Schweers, Co-Editorg Lori Bennett, Co-Editor, MIDDLE ROW John McGarraugh, Photographerg Katy Paty, Indexg Emily Harrison, Sr. Class Editorg Alana Brown, Fresh. Class Editor, David Zepeda, Jr. Class Editor, Allen Wilkins, Boys Sports Editorg Marie Langmore, Photogra- pher, Robert Schupbach, Soph. Class Editor, Mike Garza, Photographerg TOP ROW Ian Boysen, Photographer, Lisa Dreeben, Spirit Editor, Christin Hardwick, Asst. Jr. Class Editorg Mi- chael Arnold, Fresh. Class Editorg Ed- ward Kownslar, Copyg Stacy McWil- liams, Photographerg Karel Hrdlicka, Girl's Sports Editorg Sally Baker, Asst. Girl's Sports Editor, Martha Myer, Honorary Clubs Editor. NOT PICTURED Michelle Shankle, Aca- demic Editorg Shannone Wright, Pho- tographerg Shelly Grieshaber, Activ- ity Clubs Editorg Liz Herndon, Asst. Adsg Sergio Coronel, Photographerg Yolanda Techuanhuey, Adsg Byron Buzzini, Calendar. 1-fb 4? P I A af LAYOUT EDITOR CARRIE KOP- PLOW tabovej draws a double page spread for the Academics section. THE CLASS EDITORS tabove rightl David Zepeda, Christin Hardwick, Emily Harrison, Robert Schupbach, and Michael Arnold, alphabetize class lists for their sections. 192 Olmos K Q ...lt Olmos adds new sections. Working through lunch and after school until late was a regular routine for Olmos staffers. Members discovered the joys of deadlines as they frantical- ly searched for long-lost pictures and layouts. Under the leadership of co-editors Lori Bennett and Roy Schweers, new sections were added to stimulate student inter- est and other sections took new forms to give the book a new, contemporary look. For the first time, photographers were able to use the school lab room for film processing with the help of audiofvisual coordinator Bob Parker. OLMOS CO-EDITORS ROY SCHWEERS AND LORI BENNETT Cabove leftl check over the ladder for an upcoming deadline. COPY EDITOR EDDIE KOWNS- LAR Qabovel corrects the copy for the Spurs pages. OLMOS PHOTOGRAPHERS Qleftl pass out film and discuss their times for use of the darkroom. Olmos 193 Hoof Print updates style Interviews with notable personalities, and student interest stories gave the Hoof Print a more up-to-date style. Members conducted interviews with distinguished celebri- ties, such as Carl Sagan, Ted Koppel, and Peter Weller. Along with the interviews came student interest stories, such as reviews of concerts, such as the Go-Go's, and cult movies, such as "Repo-Man." The school paper also provided the student body with in- formation concerning local and city-wide issues, and included special features on sports standouts. i I r 1 l 1 I SPORTS EDITOR JILL PETERS faboveh checks her ad layout for the October 1 issue with ad man- ager Amy Parker. EDITORIAL EDITOR MISSY MUELICH1above rightj gets as- signments from editor-in-chief Sarah Nawrocki as managing news editor Kenny Strickland goes over his page one stories. if I3 .,..--+-Q 194 Hoof Print l. -. . . A WEDNESDAY AFTERSCHOOL PLANNING SESSION fleftb gets underway as staff members dis- cuss ideas for the special 14-page Christmas issue. HOOF PRINT STAFF fabove leftj BOTTOM ROW Kenny Strickland, Jill Peters, Amy Parker, Sarah Nawrocki, Paul Feuerbacher, Missy Muellich TOP ROW John Escamilla, Thomas Crofts. PICTURE POSSIBILITIES fabovej for associate editors Todd Huntress and Thomas Crofts feature pages get a once- over from photographer Paul Feuerbacher, HEAD CUSTODIAN MARTINE LEE Cleft! is interviewed by as- sociate editor John Escamilla for the Christmas issue feature an- nouncing Martine's retirement plans. Hoof Print 1 95 AHTV SPONSOR BOB PARKER fabovel explains some of the controls used during a broad- cast. DURING A CLUB MEETING frightj members Stephanie Crews, Sharon Lawerence, Caroline Watts, and Suzanne Calzoncit take note of future dates and deadlines. 196 AHTV AN ATTENTIVE CALVIN GLOV- ence, Caroline Watts, TOP ROW ER Cleft! listens to what is involved Trey Cuningham, Ian Boysen, Da- in being a member of AHTV. vid Harris, Mr. Bob Parker, Spon- AHTV MEMBERS fbglowj BOT- sor, Karrasi Wilson, Allen Castro, TOM ROW Suzanne Calzoncit, Calvin GIOVCIU B0bby M03d01'- Stephanie Crews, Sharron Lawer- AHTV in business once more After a delayed arrival on the air because of an electrical malfunction, AHTV got off to a flying start. ln November, auditions were held to see who was most qualified to be anchor, and other staff selections were made. Reporters disclosed stories on sports, school news, movies, and gave students a chance to see interviews with school officials and notable personalities. Instead of being shown during advisories, AHTV was aired every other Friday at 8 a.m. ' AHTV 197 QUILL 8: SCROLL frighti SEAT- ED Lori Bennett TOP ROW John Escamilla, Roy Schweers, Sarah Nawrocki, Kenny Strickland. IN A RARE MEETING fbelowj Q8zS members laugh over com- mon problems they have exper- ienced with deadlines. OLMOS CO-EDITOR ROY SCHWEERS fbelow rightj and Hoof Print Editor Sarah Naw- rocki discuss the differences in the types of problems the two publications have. Q 84 S taps top journalists The screening-out processes for Quill and Scroll, a national honorary journalism society, made it one of the most exclu- sive clubs on campus. In order to be a member, one must have at least two years of experience on a school publication, either on the Olmos or the Hoof Print. Also, members had to have junior standing, be in the upper- third of their class academically, and must have received recommendation from the publications' sponsor. 198 Q8zS HS requirements raised Students not only Working to meet entrance requirements but so participating in various activities found for themselves a sy year in the National Honor Society. A change in entrance requirements applied to both juniors id seniors, as both groups now had to have a minimum Grade rint Average of 3.7. Other qualities which a four-member fac- ty selection committee looked for were leadership and partici- tion, extracurricular activities. lln the spring, NHS's main function was the annual rummage Le, which benefited the PTSO Scholarship Fund. A ' 154.1 I f -- AAS-f 5 fx x A ,... egg r 4 M30 A , I ? ,W -. rr if ff, E? ,.,, J J' V H ' ' V' y,,,,,L.u NHS MEMBER MARY LOUISE CASHEL Qabovej expresses her opinion on upcoming club events. NHS MEMBERS Cabove leftj BOTTOM ROW Susan Wit- kowski, Aysel Cibildak, Steph- anie Mengden, Mary Louise Ca- shel, Donald Wayne, Michelle Winship, Stephanie Scott SEC- OND ROW Leah Kregor, Emily Harrison, Anne West, Regina Guggenheim, Dede Kocurek THIRD ROW John Beauchamp, Brent Sterling, Stephen Mae- bius, David Whellan, Sara Ziegler, Suzzette Raphael, Kim Garnett FOURTH ROW Darla Carter, Carla Sarran, Eddie Kownslar, Matt Walker, John Hovendon, Debbie Lamm, Chris- sie Potter, Tammy Fitch FIFTH ROW Jason Witherspoon, Ben Sanders, Paul Hughbanks, Ja- mie Crystal, Tad Bowen, Miss Mercille Wisakowsky, sponsor. NHS SELLS ICE CREAM tleftb at Howdy Night. NHS 199 MU ALPHA THETA Crightl BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Paul Foer- ster, sponsor, Allen Castro, Amy Abbey, Carmen Goyette, Leah Kregor, Ron Cooper, Jamie Cry- stal SECOND ROW: Aysel Cibil- dak, Dede Kocurek, Regina Gug- genheim, Tammy Fitch, Quentin Stansel, Matt Walker, Sandy Crystal, Mathew Pappas, Carlos Martinez THIRD ROW: Mrs. Ann Winans, sponsor, Ms. Carlynn Ricks, sponsor, Suzanne Ster- ling, Jennifer Browning, Debbie Callihan, Mary Louise Cashel, Stephanie Mengden, Brent Ster- ling, Shannon Pappas, Doug Miller, David Harris, John Fitch, David Schwartz, Nathaniel Rut- man FOURTH ROW: Anne Lew, Chesley Seals, Martha Spoor, Martha Cocke, Suzanne Calzon- cit, Kathleen Tiemann, Rene Buremister, Paul Hubanks, John Hoveeon, Chris Troilo, John Beauchamp, Stephen Maebius, Keith Knox, Chip Fitchner FIFTH ROW: Jennifer Kell, Deb- bie Wisneski, Michelle Shankle, Mark Williams, Debbie Lamm, Chrissie Potter, Suzette Rafael, Walter Hayne, Jeff Torgerson, Fred Shannon, Jim Redman, Omar Valdez, Derrick Reiton, Donald Wayne SIXTH ROW: Jennifer Marth, Blair Stone, Re- becca Whellan, Bryan Pritchett, Laurin Stepsis, Allen Tarver, Collin Seals, Tad Bowen, Harry Schuhmacher, David Salony, Ed- ward Hart, David Dean. MAT PRESIDENT RON COO- PER lrightb informs the mem- bers about the summer trip to Hawaii. 200 Mu Alpha Theta MAT hears speakers, raises S6 Lecturers, contests, fundraisers and conventions kept mem- bers of Mu Alpha Theta busy this year. At club meetings, members listened to guest lecturers dis- cuss the importance of math in many fields. One such lecturer was Kenneth Thomas, a civil engineer. At Howdy Night, members made S500 selling not only the traditional punch, but also cokes. In February, along with Sigma Psi Omega, the club held its annual math contest. All proceeds from the fundraisers went toward sending members to the national convention held in Honolulu, Ha- Wall. GUEST SPEAKER MR. KEN THOMAS iabogaiistalks to Mu Alpha Theta Members about en- gineering. CHARLIE CAUTHORN fleftb uses his math skills to help fi- gure a problem. MU ALPHA THETA MEMBERS Qfar left! receive news letters from the National Mu Alpha Theta Club. -ugh, ' Mu Alpha Theta 201 'Excellence' NFL trademark Bringing home many team and individual honors gave the National Forensic League a reputation for excellence this year. In the Novice Tournament held at Bellaire High School in Houston, Jenifer Kell and Jenifer Menger took first place. Also, Sara Zeigler was named as the outstanding forensic competitor by the Annual San Antonio Speech and Drama Workshop. The main fundraiser for NFL was hosting a debate tourna- ment in February for schools throughout the area. SARA SOLON labove right! her debate. practices her speech for a debate TIMING IS ESSENTIAL TO SU- tournament. SAN WITKOWSKI Qrightb while MARY LOUISE CASHEL Jennifer Menger helps her out. Caboveb reviews her notes for 202 NFL ,Ei M Hg W, ff .vm ii! is W Mmm , NAHS fright! BOTTOM ROW David Martinez, Nester Ray MIDDLE ROW Stephanie Meng- den, Katy DeWees, Jim Cham- bers, Katy Paty, Marisol Luna, Paul Feuerbacher, Mrs. Carol Ackles, sponsor TOP ROW San- dee Servin, Tricia Kocurek, Jill Peters, Angela Sherrod, Carisa Valentine, Linda Willis, Allen Castro. ALQITQQQQZFM'--. """---.... W. .,,,N,..s ,-NM I K I I .,,,,,,,,...,,,.-.sw ,......s WWW... M -I at N,hN ----.....,, 'r-- THE STAIRCASE AT THE SAN ANTONIO MUSEUM OF ART tabovel gives an artistic image for the students in NAHS. TRICIA KOCUREK, DAVID MARTINEZ, AND MAN DAO Qabove rightj make posters for the fall play "Don't Drink the Water." 204 NAHS fart w. -ilsxkae Ir wr. Q Projects crowd NAHS yet Working on many projects during the year and going on fi trips filled-up the calendar of the National Art Honor Socifl The purpose of the club was to inspire and recognize stude with outstanding art ability, foster excellence, and further c ative abilities and talents. Activities for NAHS included making poster, program cov. and T-shirts for other school departments and functions. Members Went to museums, such as the San Antonio . Museum, and the Institute of Texan Cultures to study variq types of art. BECKY TOLAR Cbottom leftj constructs a collage out of paint- imitates Kermit the frog on a ed glass for an upcoming contest. fieldtriptotheSanAntonioMu- ANGELA SHERROD qlefty Sellm of Ari- paints pottery for sixth period PAUL FEURBACHER ibelowb art class. , iw , i Sw 37 'Il SPONSOR BOB COMER Crightl helps prepare the popcorn booth for Howdy Night. SIGMA PSI OMEGA MEMBERS Qbelowj BOTTOM ROW Anne Lew, Katie McDowell, Cindy Ledwig, David Whellan, Sandy Crystal, John Fitch SECOND ROW Heather Maverick, Kirsten, Leslie Richard- son, Debbie Lamm, Amy Schmidt, w l Science in 'real world' studied Getting the most out of science and discovering the use of science in the outside world occupied a lot of time for mem- bers of Sigma Psi Omega with lectures, field trips, and con- tests. Annie Mclnnis, Raymon Contreros THIRD ROW Mr. Bob Comer, spon- sor, Rebecca Whellen, Sarah Naw- rocki, David Salony, Violetta Ar- cher, Matt Walker, Jamie Bone, Doug Miller. HUNGRY MEMBERS fbelow rightl wait for Mr. Bob Comer to fill up his plate so that they can eat on a fall picnic. At meetings throughout the year, members listened to guest lecturers who worked in science-related fields. They also made field trips to such places as the Botanical Gardens. In February, the club held a joint contest with Mu Alpha Theta, forming a mathfscience contest. 206 Sigma Psi Omega sfswwvfl if Q, L rw , ..,. vu 4 - 'ff SNHS plans Mexico trip Banquets, meetings, and field trips kept members of the Spanish National Honor Society busy this year. I To be a member of the honorary club, a student had to be nrolled in an upper level spanish course, and to have main- -ained a B or better average in Spanish I and II. Throughout the year, members attended meetings and dis- ussed plans for banquets, and a field trip to Mexico. In the spring, the club helped the National Honor Society Jith their annual rummage sale. ie- - 1 SNHS PRESIDENT TAMMY FITCH AND SECRETARY CYN- THIA CAZORT tabove rightj dis- cuss future club events. SNHS MEMBERS: qabovem BOT- ' TOM ROW Suzanne Calzoncit, Stacey Lawerence, Carina Gar- , cia, Tammy Fitch, Cynthia Ca- zort, Rachel Horn, Elizabeth Sa- , tel, Stephanie Scott SECOND ROW John Fitch, Martha Spoor, - Martha Cocke, Jim McCutchin, Aurora Archer, Kim Garnett, Cory Nentwich, Keith Miller TOP ROW Trieve Dupire, Chris I Senn, Nathaniel Rutman, Tad Bowen, Jennifer Marth, Amy Ab- bey, Miss Susan Baltes, sponsor. I SNHS MEMBERS MICHELLE WINSHIP, RACHEL HORN, I AND STEVEN MAEBIUS tleftb listen to a list of upcoming events and contest. SNHS 207 I i Political structures studied Becoming a more honorary than active club, the Social Studies Honorary Society took on a new look for this year. Guest speakers at meetings gave members the opportunity to examine politics at the local and state level, and the roles that the speakers played within that structure. To become a member of the club one must have completed at least one year of social studies, and have had a 3.5 or better GPA in those classes. JEFF WEISS Qabove rightj votes for SSHS officers at an afters- chool meeting. I SSHS MEMBERS MARY LOU- ISE CASHEL, MATT WALKER, I AND DEBBIE WISNESKI Qrightb laugh as the club presi- dent trys to explain the upcomf ing events. ' I 208 SSHS f . hiwhww ff, ,Mff-War MRS. MARY ZUCHLAG ftopb tells the SSHS of future-events at a A meeting. - J SSHS Qabove BOTTOM ROW Mark Stepsis, Stephanie Mengden, Mary Louise Cashel, Jamie Crystal, Collin Seals, Paul Feuer- bacher, Jeff Weiss, David Dean, John Beauchamp, Matt Walker, Mrs. Mary Zuslchlag, sponsor. MIDDLE ROW Aysel Cibildak, Omar Valdez, Amy Schmidt, Lori Walk, Crissie Potter, Debbie Lamm, Sara Solon, Cory Nentwich, Trey Hellums TOP ROW Quin- tin Stansel, John Hovendon, Tom Hart, Mr. Randy White, sponsor, Elizabeth Satel. - 'SME 209 Contests keep club busy Having to go through the screening out processes, working on fundraisers, and participating 1n competitions provided an active year for members of the Latin National Honor Society In addition, members studied hard to maintain a A aver age throughout the year-long course In the spring, members participated in the state meet, com peting in categories including grammar, vocabulary sign reading, Roman history, and dancing JOHN ARCHER AND AYSEL CIBILDAK Qtop rightb check props to be used in the Roman History section of the Junior Classical League contest. LNHS Qabovej John Archer, Ay- sel Cibildak, John Hovenden. NEW LNHS SPONSOR MARY- ANNE MCCURDY Qrightl goes over rules and application forms for the clubs try in the annual Latin State competition. 210 LNHS AFS Cleft! BOTTOM ROW Mrs. Paula Moore, sponsor, Lisa Lew, Craig Sorrels, Sheeley Hinson, Jill Peters, Hillary Keahey, Susan Wi- towski, Mrs. Elaine Schermer, sponsor SECOND ROW Ana Nowonny, April Lew, Emily Bay- less, Pedro Jose Freitas, Marisol Luna, Mikka Saarinen, Wemdy Reed, Suzanne Calzonoit, Stacey Blanchard, DeDe Kocurek TOP ROW Missy Tangle, Lile Maeder, Angie Sherrod, Robert Singleton, Allen Castro, Cindy Ledwig, Rachel Webb. THE AFS FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS tbelowj are honored in Main Hall during the winter. TOMIHITP MATSUMOTO ibelow leftb smiles as he fills out informa- tion on his native country, Japan. AFS hosts Fiesta visits Members of the American Field Service gave up much of their spare time working on projects and fundraisers for this year. At Christmas, AFS members helped to bring happiness to a needy family by supplying them with food and clothes col- lected from each member. For fundraisers, the group had bake sales during lunch and sold coupon books. During Fiesta Week AFS members played host to exchange students from around Texas who Visited San Antonio for the annual activities. AFS 211 rw fa..-it DIRECTOR GENE WABEKE Qrightj runs over a passage for choir members during class. MEMBER LEAH KREGOR Qfar rightj practices her lines in the fall play during classtime. BEFORE THEIR CHRISTMAS PERFORMANCE AT CAPPY'S iabovel Rachel Webb, Stella Wil- kinson, and Laura Parker prac- tice their favorite tunes in the choir room. 84-85 CHOIR Qtop fight, BOT- TOM ROW Martita Olson, Ana Nowotny, Corina Davis, Beth Waldsachs, Amy McFarlane, SECOND ROW Lisa Walden, Lea Kregor, Crissy Sacket, Stella Wilkinson, Vanna Kelly THIRD ROW Mr. Gene Wabeke, director, Susan Witkowski, Regina Gug- genheim, DeDe Kocurek, Sally Baker, Laurie Stevans, FOURTH ROW Lori Walk, Lynn Nelson, Martha Spencer, Misty Tangle, Rachel Webb TOP ROW Rodrigo Romo, Daniel Zepeda, Belinda Jameson, Janie West, Debbie Galloway, David Zepeda. fEZ My . . ,,. V -- 1 212 Choir- gat 71 URING THEIR ANNUAL HRISTMAS PERFORMANCE ibovej the choir thrills the audi- ice with their traditional Christ- ,as carols. 1 5 5 Choir busy with money, music Fundraisers, concerts, and contests kept members of the choir humming all year long, making it a very successful season. The main fundraiser for the club was the stuffed animal sale, which found many eager Heights students buying the items for gifts or sentimental values. Other fundraisers in- I cluded bakesales. At Christmas, members sang the annual school concert, at . Cappy's, and on the riverwalk. Later in the spring members were invited to perform in the Trinity Choral Festival. Tal- ented members brought home honors from year around con- tests. REGINA GUGGENHEIM, BETH Dede Kocerek plays for their WALSACKS, qabovey Debbig practice before their perfor- Galloway, and Susan Witowski mance OD the river. gather around the piano while I 1 Z 3 U Choir 2 1 3 Sinfonietta competes, travels Striving for excellence and staying busy with fundraisers kept Sinfonietta members in perfect harmony. Members practiced long hours in preparation for the UIL Concert and Sightreading Contest in the spring. Highlights of the year were performing at Buchaneer Days, an orchestra contest held in Corpus Christi April 26-28, and performing with the German Youth Orchestra in early December. Other activities included appearing with the band and choir in the annual holiday concert. Fundraisers for the organization included a bike-a-thon in the spring. BEFORE THE SINFONIETTA PERFORMANCE tabove rightj with the German Youth Orches- tra, in the auditorium member M'lissa Kirk resins her bow for the concert. 1984-85 SIFONIETTA Qabovej TOP ROW Sheri Streaube, Joe VanMeter, Stephanie Guardia, Ms. Carla Wright BOTTOM ROW 214 Sinfonietta Adriana Martinez, Thomas Sand- ers, Jennifer Wood, Dede Ko- curek, Alecia Warmack, Ben San- dars, M'lissa Kirk, Aycel Cibildak, Paul Hughbanks, Anna Palmieri, Chris Parsons, Melissa Castillo, Annie Ley NOT PICTURED Scott Brinkley, Susan Kessley, Suzie Urrutia, A.J. Yoggerst "" rm- P 'E'-f-is u- ' H5533 g '+-EW Slnfometta 21 WORKING THE COKE BOOTH DURING HOWDY NIGHT frightl Debbie Chesney and Wendy Bankerd serve a custom- er in a cooperative effort. Hs..-a I ALLEN CASTRO fabovej uses his salesman techniques to win buyers for cookies to give favor- ite teachers at Halloween. :sl is . trsi .. ti. iw C: 5'iXGS3X1iw"if5 AF-4:1-N2 S15 5 - yfifggf I New--is as ,. SZLNHJ sf' ,Q if ,l r - , .. . E+'-we . f .X .aa, .., ,. Q '-" W anna gt 1' W5 'ff in A ,V ef I - fa, -2, 1 Q f wk 'Pie ' M5 in f 4, tgp, H4 ,sk wi-N1 216 'Student Council Douncil ahead in 1984-1985 By providing a variety of services to students, the Student ouncil was one step ahead of the bunch this year. At Homecoming, students participated in the class hall deco- iting contest, and after the Homecoming game, many Heigh- zers attended the Student Council-sponsored Homecoming lance. A major goal of the Student Council was running for the residency of the Texas Association of Student Councils. Other activities provided by the Student Council included the ,ass jar competition, and the intramural sports during lunch. l htm AT A COUNCIL MEETING IN THE LIBRARY tleftj President Jessica Rutman goes over cam- paign plans for the State Presi- dency race. STUDENT COUNCIL tleftb BOTTOM ROW John Beau- champ, Elizabeth LeFlore, Chris- sie Potter, Jessica Rutman, Greg Zuschlag, Aysel Cibildak, Julie Windes, Shannon Raines, Cyn- thia Cazort, Tad Bowern, Ernie Castoreno SECOND ROW Rich- ard Castoreno, Marisol Luna, Tiffany Bristow, Elizabeth Satel, Kathleen O'neill, Phillip Bleakly, Emily Harrison, Frates Seelig- son, Wendy Reed, Ellen Zachry, Kim Connelly, Stephanie Scott, Martha Spoor, Anne Mclnnis, Stephanie Carter, Anne West, Janie West, Debbi Chesny THIRD ROW Adriana Chapa, Debbie Williams, Scott Brinkley, Keith Langford, Robert Ham- mond, Susan Ketsy, Aleisa War- mack, Hillary Walker, Carrie Koplow, Lizzie Martinez, Leigh Terry, Debbie Lamm, Wendy Rankerd, Amy McFarlane FOURTH ROW Jim McNeel, Omar Valdez, Brad Hardy, John McCallum, Jim McCutcheon, Drew Stewart, Phong To, Mar- tha Cocke, ,Rebecca Whellan, Jenifer Marth, Cindy Dorfandt, Britt Simpson TOP ROW Mr. Randy White, sponsor, Pete Markwardt, Peter Herff, Mark Stepsis, David Dean, Micheal Morse, Tom Hart, Jay Farri- mond, Byron Buzzini, Harding McEldowney, Mike Britton, Jim Chambers, Carter McCrary, Roxana Chumney, Daniel Ze- peda, LeeAnn Perry, Sally Ba- ker, David Zepeda. Student Council 217 , - - - - - - - ,Service Club works for others Not only the Service Club's first name but also its motto was "service" as members managed to keep themselves busy during the year with fundraisers and group projects. At Howdy Night, members sold bunuelos, and in December, had their annual "Hold-up", a full-scale donation drive, in- volving donations of toys, canned goods, and money from students and faculty members alike. All proceeds went to Boysville. Other projects for the club included visiting hospitals and nursing homes. VIOLETTA ARCHER ANE WENDY REED Qbelowj converse about upcoming events during an afterschool meeting. E Z , A , H . '- H 1 .. Q,-,l ,,,EQ'y,'f Tn ' '- 'f ' - ' ,. we-7 ,K , , ,Hg fag, UU! fm 7 f I f A7 ,fs f. , SERVICE CLUB Qaboveb BOT- TOM ROW Amy Sebesta, Amy ' Abbey, Laurie Smith, Corina Garcia, Stephanie Mengden, Sarah Nawrocki, Wendy Reed MIDDLE ROW Gretchen Groos, Elizabeth LeFlore, Leah Kregor, Tammy Fitch, Kathryn Johnston, Kim Connelly TOP ROW Jessica Rutman, Eleanor Phelps, Mi- chelle Winship, Kim Garnett, Heidi Mueller, Sara Zieglar. FOR THE SERVICE CLUB HOLD-UP IN DECEMBER Qrightl Julie Windes gives money to members Leah Kregor and Susan Witkowski. 1ervice?lub 218 Q y it fFHA cooking along l AIWHYS Willing to lend a helping hand, members of the lFuture Homemakers of America, a club designed to give Stu- idents a better understanding of food preparation, home man- yagement, and service to the community, Worked briskly lthroughout the year. Field trips for members included charity visits to various nursing homes and a field trip to Cambridge Elementary in early NOVeInber to observe the Cambridge Cafeteria staff at work preparing lunch. FHA Cabovej BOTTOM ROW Al- lison Glover, Debbie Chesney, Sarah Steves, Lynn Nelson, Sal- ly Baker SECOND ROW Cindy Ledwig, Emily Engelke, Cynthia Cazort, Cheri Vaughan, Christy Benedum TOP ROW Josie Tate, Amy Stieren, Mrs. Elaine Carol, sponsor, Lizzie Martinez, Jessica Stevens, Mrs. Nila Earle, spon- sor, Jennifer Kale, Jennifer McPherson. SALLY BAKER AND BETH SUTHERLAND itop right! final- ly agree on the next FHA fund raiser. KAY ADAMS AND EMILY EN- GELKE itop leftj fill out club questionnaires while other members work on projects. ' ' ' FHA 215 KEYWANNETTE'S PRESIDENT ANNE WEST Qbelowj gives assign- ments for the club's Halloween Spook House. PIER MATHESSON ibottomb helps decorate the Keywannette's booth for Howdy Night. 220 Keywannette wel Q. Service is the 'key' word For Keywannettes, it was mostly work with some fun mixed in, as they strived to participate in various community projects as well as fundraisers. Fundraisers for the club included a raffle sale at Howdy Night and bake sales during lunch. Besides fundraisers, members also got involved with commu- nity tasks. A week before Christmas, each member was assigned to make a "special treat" for a faculty member. Other services provided by the club included volunteer work at nursing homes and bringing toys to needy families at Christ- mas. Q .NA X ,,i,, 522 l I KEYWANNETTES iabove leftl BOTTOM ROW Ashley Travis, Eleanor Phelps, Anne West, Ka- tie Phelps, Stephanie Carter, Anna Palmieri, SECOND ROW Suzanne Sterling, Carrie Kop- plow, Linda Affleck, Catherine Blanton, THIRD ROW Melissa Castillo, Elizabeth Maebius, Caroline Baird, Lieschen Groos, Michelle Winship, Yolanda Te- cuanhuey, Stacy McWilliams, Susan Lathrop, Carrie Sharp, Libby Farrimond, Martita Smith, FOURTH ROW Catherine Schweers, Claire Milam, Amy Schmidt, Sharon Lawrence, Anne Moses, Amy Briggs, Cory Nentwich, Janet Laughlin, Elo- ise Browning, Stephanie Crews, Jennifer Marth, Kim Garnett, Miss Theresa McCollar, sponsor, Tracy Perron, TOP ROW Shelley Grieshaber, April Stewart, Mi- chelle McCullough, Samantha Vaello, Tenny Cibildak, Heather Maverick, Melissa Baird. CAROLINE BAIRD AND LIBBY FARRIMOND Qfar leftl hang up ivy for decorations at the spook house as Catherine Schweers looks on. BEFORE FRESHMAN ORIEN- TATION Qleftj Heather Maver- ick and Eleanor Phelps prepare refreshments for the meeting. NEW KEYWANNETTE OFFI- CERS Qaboveb Suzanne Calzon- cit, Kim Garnett, Jennifer Marth, Heather Maverick, Acyle Cibil- dac, Keith Warren, and Kathleen Teimann are initiated at a sum- mer luncheon. Keywannette 221 DECA fright, BOTTOM ROW Theresa Alvarado, Monica Mauricio, Tami Chambers, Tere- sa Rodriguez, Rhae Chell Ahl- strom TOP ROW Robert Single- ton, Roger Hollenbaugh, James Randol, Blair Stone. THERESA RODRIGUEZ Qbelowj is thrilled as she rings up a big sale during her job at Frisco Electronics. BLAIR STONE Qbottom right! feels like she's been typing for hours at Cochran Associates Ar- chitectural Firm. S X x 'XX Leadership DECA priority Giving members the opportunity to develop future leader- ship in marketing and distributing was of primary importance to the Alamo Heights chapter of the Distributive Educators Clubs of America this year. At meetings, members learned new Ways to improve their performances in fields such as advertising, communication, and merchandising. Students in the club Worked a half day in various businesses around the community. In the spring, members honored employers at a banquet. 222 DECA M Blood drives tops HGSA year Working toward the annual blood drive in the spring and learning the basics about a range of health occupations kept members of the Health Occupations Students of America busy throughout the year. During class, members learned about the basics of health in medical professions such as medical assistance. In the spring, the club had its annual school blood drive. A spokesperson from the Southwest Regional Blood Bank ad- :lressed members about the need for donors and the screening processes involved. All blood donated went to the Southwest Regional Blood Bank. HOSA MEMBERS Qbelowb Alex- andra Berndt, Kriss Sarran, Da- vie Norwood, Pat Herrera, Angie Castillo, and Babette Hale make Posters for showcone booth at Howdy Night. M.. is .i.r. l .A HOSA PRESIDENT SYLVIA BARREA Qleftj smiles as she reads her acceptance as the Alamo Heights nominee for Out- standing Youth in Vocational Education. HOSA 223 VOCT stresses trade skills Helping members prepare themselves for their future in employment opportunities Was of primary importance to members of the Vocational Opportunities Clubs of Texas. Members attended school for a half day, then worked at their individual jobs in the afternoon, learning basic skills at trades which would prove valuable after school. Besides Working, members also participated in various ac- tivities. Javier DeLeon, a member of the VOCT state board, attended lectures and workshops on Vocational education. In the spring, members had an employerfemployee ban- quet. VOCT, Qabovej BOTTOM ROW Risinger of the Texas Education Jessica Alvarado, Monica Her- Board listen to a guest speaker at nandez, Terry Frazer, Sylvia Sheffield, TOP ROW Ronald Slone, Darrell Fisher, Manuel Aranda, Javier Deleon, Miroslav Lanhaus, Brian Banks, Mrs. Betty Gordon, sponsor. JAVIER DELEON Qtopb and Jack the state conference. VOCT MEMBERS fright! Javier Deleon, Manuel Aranda, Darrell Fisher, Miroslav Lanhaus, and Jessica Alvarado look over their choices of new jobs. 224!VO6T' " ' ws i tw 3 , it f-rraifiigzrf' Apples, apples, everywhere L With expanding resources and a greater student interest, he Computer Club had plenty to cheer about this year. E More computers arrived making a total of 30, enabling club nembers to have better individual progress at their own oaces. With the money earned from fundraisers, members earched around in stores for parts not provided by school unds, such as a speech synthesizer or game programs. , The club made contributions to the Mu Alpha Theta con- test by writing the computer part of the test. COMPUTER CLUB Qaboveb Duane Wright, Michael Goyette, Nick Calzoncit, Nathaniel Rut- man, Robert Adelman, John Snell, Michael Morris, Carlos Martinez, Danny Raphael, Omar Valdez, Robert Sackett, Babul Mukherjer, Mark Williams, Mat- thew Pappas, Sponsor Sutton. AFTER LEARNING A NEW PROGRAM Qtop leftj Mr. Sutton points out what is wrong to Mi- chael Morris and Nathaniel Rut- man. WHICH DIRECTION IS RIGHT? Qtop rightb asks Michael Gard- ner of Duane Wright and Bobby Adelman. Computer 225 Latiners spotlight culture Studying Roman culture and reliving the past put the Latin Club in the right gear for this year. At their monthly meetings, club members discussed and examined the contributions of the culture of Ancient Rome to that of our own. Latin Club members also acted out historical skits. Along with this Work came fun. In December, members planned a Saturnalia feast to honor the Roman God Saturn. Later, members participated in a city-Wide competition in all classical topics, and then went on to the State contest in March. 226 Latin Club M-ae! .Q s h ifxls . 5, is . 3 K 1 JOHN ARCHER fbelow right! points out Hans Mueller's better features at Latin Club slave auc- tion. LATIN CLUB OFFICERS fleftj Ka- tie Bryant, Chesley Seals, Collin Seals, John Archer, Erhen Ezzel, Kathleen Tiemann. 1-war' , . if 'X ti-Er' f i 1 QM.. .. Lfixi-C . J - - LATIN CLUB MEMBERS Cfar left! enjoy their meal at San Fransisco Steak House where the banquet was held. FORMER LATIN CLUB SPON- SOR MRS. NORMA QUARLES ibelow leftb looks on a s Latin slaves are auctioned off. .. ,, 3m , .ff-.?lf'3'x h ' wwf, f. -- f11.g,: .11 - e rf, 'fa I LATIN CLUB fleftj BOTTOM ROW Andrea Martin, Dede Kourek, Susan Curry, Liz Hern- don, Katie Bryant, Kathleen O'Keefe, Kelly Herrera, Kath- leen Tiemann, Jay Jordon, Mi- chael Arnold, Blake Weichert TOP ROW John Hovendon, Mark Stepsis, Jay Lord, Chesley Seals, Collin Seals, John Archer, Chris Brinklry, Chris Kurtz, Erhen Ez- zel, Hans Mueller, Doug Mellor. ELOISE BROWNING AND JAY LORD Cfar leftj concentrate on Latin costumes at their Saturna- lia feast. Latin Club 227 i Los Comps enjoy projects Working on community projects and at the same time soak- ing up Spanish culture kept members of Los Companeros busy this year. The club sponsored a needy family at Christmas, and in order to raise funds, held bakesales during lunch. Other fund- raisers for Los Comps included a Mexican candy sale at Howdy Night. To top off the year, a banquet was held, which included an array of Mexican food. DURING A ORGANIZATION AI MEETING ftop right! Allisol Glover speaks about upcoming events. AT HOWDY NIGHT Qrightb Amy Raymond is shocked at the price for Mexican candy sold by Los Companeros. LOS COMPANEROS fabovej BOTTOM ROW Delia Munoz, Melissa Castillo, Caroline Baird, Anita Forgy, -Meg Smith, Jayna Finch, Frates Seeligson, Roger Gragg, Liechen Groos, Lizzie Martinez, Catherine Blanton, Paige Bonner, SECOND ROW Samantha Vaello, Clair Milam, Catherine Schweers, Sharon Rork, Ruth Goldsmith, Tara Pre- voste, Glee Handy, Allison, Amy Stieren, Tracy Perron, Catherine Forgy, Rebecca Whellan, Ste- fanie Crews, David Zapeda, Mrs. Esperanza Olvera, sponsor TOP ROW Mario Montemayor, Dodita McNamee, Crissy Potter, John Eyster, Laura Luna. 228 Los Companeros FRENCH CLUB Qbelowj Elizabeth Maebius, Anna Patterson, Allen Castro, Anne Hohenberger, Heather Maverick, Johnny Mack, Russell Cooper, Matthew Pappas, David Harris, Leah Kregor, Jen- nifer Browning, Lauran Stepsis, Jennifer Menger, Sandy Crystal, Edward Kownslar, Emily Bayless. FRENCH CLUB MEMBERS fleftl sell cookies to Calvin Glover dur- ing a club bake sale. DURING A MEETING Qbottom right! Allen Castro, David Harris, and Eddie Kownslar listen closely for the upcoming events. Un and work: C'est Ia vie with a little fun French Club topped off a year of hard Work and competi- undraisers for the club included bake sales during lunch, and traditional Oreo ice cream sale at Howdy Night. February, members went to the state symposium in Pasa- a, and also took the National French Exam in March. uring December holiday, members sang Christmas carols at lty members' houses. They also decided to ruin their diets lanning several extravaganzas, such as a cheese-tasting par- later in the year. French Club 229 GERMAN CLUB frighth BOT- TOM ROW Darra Richards, Mat- thew Dennison, Kelly Sellers, SECOND ROW Darla Carter, Karla Sarran, Lisa Walden, Jonathan Newton, David Schartz, Sharon Lamm, Matthew Kregor, Rachel Webb, THIRD ROW Mary Louise Cashel, Susan Lathop, Suzanne Calzoncit, Mar- tha Spoor, Catherine Scheers, Deborah Kocurek, Hiedi Muller, Carolyn Blanton, Stacy Brad- ford, Terry Soules, TOP ROW Mrs. Linda Anderson, sponsor, Robert Edmondson, Byron Bode, Carlos Martinez, Doug Hall, Lynn Leatherland, Mike Thom- as. MIIKA SAARINEN LAUGHS ibelowl as Hiedi Muller, Karla Sarran, and Darla Carter, argue about who will serve the next club volley ball game. MATHEW KREGOR CRINGES fbottom right! as he watches the volleyball crash through the window during a club game. ir...-. Z Not all work for German Club Aware that all work and no play makes Hans a dull boy, German Club members mixed hard work and dedication with play. I To raise money, the club sold mums at Homecoming and conducted a car wash, both of which were very successful. Members learned about the finer aspects of the German language in several ways. In February, the group competed at the Sprachfest and also learned about culture from guest speakers in club meetings. For fun and relaxation, members met every Monday to play volleyball. During the holidays, members sang Christmas car- ols in nursing homes and in the spring had a swim party. 230 German Club r ne s. r i A. 4 ,Q 'n Q, 'Q-:--6 .rl v Q Y,3.' X Q, L, N yy 2 7 ix rg 6 my L a W? ff . " '- xi 'X' .M MICHELLE WINSHIP fright! lowj club members listen to Anne points out Mexico City on the map Hohenberger as she discusses the as the site of the club's next trip. latest club project. DURING A FALL MEETING Qbe- LA earns time off to travel Members of Los Amigos worked diligently toward competi- tions and fundraisers and, by doing so, earned time off for good behavior and relaxation. Members participated in competitions such as the Pan American Student Forum, and conducted several fundraisers. To help students show appreciation for friends, members sold carnations for Valentine's Day. With the money earned from the Valentine sale, members traveled to Nuevo Laredo to put the dinero earned to good use. 232 Los Amigos f 1 ,, 1-. QS' .K X-va-1.-mx S X: N , ' as 1. P : ,'v- . X ALPHA OMEGA Qrightj BOT- TOM ROW Miroslav Lanhaus, Clair Milam, Marla Wenske, Eli- zabeth Maebius, Caroline Baird, Rachel Webb, Minette Olson, Wendy Wiel, Missy Gonzalez, Pauline Messink TOP ROW Lee Davis, Will Huffmeyer, Josue Sola, Carlos Alfonsin, Mrs. Lydia Arzamendi, sponsor, Russell Jo- nas, Paul Snow. ALPHA OMEGA OFFICERS fbe- lowj BOTTOM ROW Julian Schwartz, treasurer: Richard Castereno, sgt. of arms: BACK ROW Russell Jonas, president: Carlos Alfonsin, Vice president: Carisa Valentine, secretary. RUSSELL JONAS Qbelow rightj assembles the bucking bronco at Howdy Night. arf AQ Mix Charity, Recreation Participating in charity and outdoor activities occupied Al- pha Omega's calendar this year. Fundraisers for the newly-formed club included bake sales, car Washes, and the fajita sales at Howdy Night, which bene- fited needy families at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and the Childrenls Shelter at Christmas. Members went on several fishing trips, including a deep-sea fishing trip to Corpus Christi. They also went on hiking, horseback riding and overnight camping trips. BECKY TOLAR AND CARISA VALENTINE Qleftb sack grocer- ies for Thanksgiving dinner for a needy family. Alpha Omega 235 Y P f ' i A ll1,f 1 l ,.,. M. Yi 'N ,W 'mama as in W Q E' 236 I Sports . , W W, ww T ..,,,,,N 'sl an fm is 2 -- qv THE 1984 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM 1below5 BOTTOM ROW Danal Alden, 1115, Louie Reininger 1155, Walker Hahn 1345, Kip Kleck 1805, Clay Moore 1245, Shawn Cul- ley 1205, Harding McEldowney 195, Mike Britton 175, Richard Vasquez 1825 SECOND ROW William Meyers 1125, Jon McWilliams 1405, Mike Morse 1675, Richard Scar- cella 1725, Gerald Bench 1665, Greg Zuschlag 1555, Chris Holzhausen 1795, Allen Terrell 1425 THIRD ROW Jeff Torgerson 1355, Trey Hellums 1565, Russell Jonas 1625, Eric Moore 1775, Reynaldo Mar- tinez 1755, George Schroeder 1325, David Cruz 1255, Ruben Rubio 1305, John Canavan 1885, Pat Yzna 1175, Jim Magee 1755, Ruben C tillo 1765, Pete Markwardt 1E Bowen Creamer 1875, Billy Car bell 1605, Burton Barnes 1755 T ROW Eddie Bellis 1855, David l binger 1195, Alan Tarver 16 Grady Roberts 1505, Jim Chambi 1445. Varsity gridders make 14-4A State playoff A berth in the state playoffs for the first time in 30 years was an early Christmas pre- sent the varsity eleven handed the school with its 21-12 Win over unbeaten 14-4A South Zone champions Pleasanton. Although the team lost its first five non-district games, Coach Gaylard Fenley credits what the boys learned in those losses, all against good teams, for their district 14-4A wins. "The turning point came in the Southwest game," he said, "a close, hard fought game and our 12-10 win gave us confi- dence and started us in the right direction." ' Among the year's big plays VARSITY FOOTBALL AH 7 CW'6 L'5 elltr . gg 12 BandeilaCathol1c 33 AH 7 ivierrville Tjvy 21 AH 7 C ew Braunfels 28 AH 12 anyOI1 28 AH 30 Southwest 10 AH 28 dgewood 6 AH 23 Mem01'ia1 0 AH 7 gest Campus 9 AH 21 Piemens 10 easanton 12 Head Football Coach aylard Fenley 238 Varsity Football .L were defensive back Daw Cruz' 85-yard TD runba from kickoff and his fuml recovery which he turned in a TD in the West Campus wi Cruz and defensive linem, Russell Jonas were named c defensive Players of the We by both city dailies. The defensive seconda with Cruz, Harding McEld0' ney, Manuel Aranda, and D vid Bebinger did not give up TD pass in the last sevt games. Offensively the coach cre ited the work of the offens like Mike Sanchez, Trey He lums, Pete Markwardt, Mil Morse, Eric Moore, Bow: Creamer, Jim Chambers, Chi Holzhausen, and Burtc Barnes. vn- Jn. S.. ff' Q 2-' ?iE' I 1984 JV FOOTBALL BOTTOM ROW John Gilchrest 155, Chris Troilo 1205, Walker Hahn 1355, Thomas Ford 1155, Manuel Medina 1185, Bobby Canales 135, SECOND ROW Jose" Soda 1105, Pat Zsnaga 195, John Quirk 1195, Chris Bowland 1425, Richard Castoreno 1305, Ralph JV sweeps For the second consecutive year the Mule junior varsity football team swept the Dis- trict 14 AAAA championships with flawless game plans and Garcia 1115, THIRD ROW David Harris 1755, David Munoz 1875, Myles Allen 1605, Jody Martinez 1745, Jim McGee 1565, Wilkes Branch 1245, Ruben Castillo 1765, FOURTH ROW Marshall Davidson 195, Jay Lord 1525, Jon Newton, 1885, Chris Brame 1705, Alan Tarver 1665, Robert Armstrc 1645, TOP ROW Charles Thiltg 1455, Carter McCrary 1545, Dr Waston 1725, John Canavan 1E David Foster 1445, Triple Furn 1185, Julian Scwartz 1255 district with perfect W-L recor team play. On their Way to the top, the jayvee squad members man- aged to beat all comers in both district and non-district QUARTERBACK PAT ZSA 1b I . iftzriaozks ' Will 0V Campus. er West I JV FOOTBALL W-9 1-1 AH AH 58 Central Catholic 0 AH 4 Bandera s AH KervilleTIVy 6 AH New Braunfels 12 AH 21 Canyon 28 AH Southwest 0 242 Junior Varsity Football West Campus 0 games, ending the season W a perfect win-loss record district play. Cited for outstanding p offensively were Chris Tric Pat Zuniga, Alan Tarver, a Jim McGee. Also named outstand: were offensive players Ad Alvarea, Chris Bowland, a Bobby Caanales. Defensively the team X led by Walker Hahn, Rul Castillo, John Canavan, Jul Schwartz, Myles Allen, Thc as Ford, and Richard Cast eno. c 1 '84 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL bove1 BOTTOM ROW Danny lngoria 1641, Billy Garza 131, Tim llley 1801, Joseph Verdone 1421, co Garcia 1151, Curtis Mollet 1521 SECOND ROW Bill Armstrong 171, Mike Savage 1251, JoJo Statmiller 151, Mark Ballesteros 1561, Nick Lambrect 191, Steve Castillo 1201, Mike Smith 1111, Steve Snyder 1251 TOP ROW Cliff Paredes 1621, Bob- by Moreno 1771, Walter Hamner 1851, Ross Richie 1791, Jeff Pitluck 1101, Frank Torres 1651, Albert McNeel 1171, Mike Zurria 1861 rosh eleven 14 4A North Zone runner - u Ending a particularly suc- ssful season, the freshman lile football team emerged as Lmber one runner-up in the 1 AAAA North zone with ly one loss in district and ir in season play. Two of those losses were by total of four points to New 'aunfels and New Braunfels nyon. Best game of the year had to be the close fight with the Me- morial Minutemen when the Mules, down by 14 points at the half, kicked their way back with two second-half drives to squeeze by Memorial 15-14. Outstanding offensive play- D ers named were quarterback Jeff Pitluk, wide receiver Jojo Statmiller, and lineman Mark Ballesteros. Leading defense players were lineman Cliff Parades and linebacker Mike Savage. LL MAN FOOTBA FRESH W-6 L-4 24 Central Catholic 6 AH Bandera . 26 AH 08 Kefville Twy 6 Ag 14 New BraunsfelsQ4 A an OD AH 41 Edgewood 14 AH 21 Memorial 6 Ag 27 West Campus 34 in 6 Clemens WHILE Niildiligogs Ritchie gave ibilglgd blocks, Sgevgg 5355 S0 t 6 tillo 1201 gets past ood game- . h Edgew 1.'2e,A1n..fo: 41-0- M. l l Freshmen Fnnthnll QA-1 THE 1984 VARSITY AND JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAMS fbelowi BOTTOM ROW Angela Reiton, April Humphries, Irene Garcia, Corina Garcia, MIDDLE sie Urrutia Anne Everett, Debbie Tyler, stu- ROW Gloria O'campo, Julie Davila, dent trainer, Maria Lozano, Li ' ' M' h lle Fischnar, Ang Becky Hernandez, Consuelo Lopez, Williams, 10 e Pam Anderson, Adriana Chapa, Su- Saucoda, Sue Mikeska, stude TOP ROW Coach Lee manager, Heidi Mueller but Near misses, new pride highlight spikers' yea by "a strong will to succeed and achieve" and predicted a "new spirit" for the game next year. As usual, the team was ham- pered by lack of height and number of players, but re- newed its recruiting efforts and stressed quickness, strate- Progressive development of a more posetive attitude, self- confidence, and pride were high points of a disappointing season scorewise for the girls volleyball team, according to Coach Lee Anne Everett. The coach, new this year, said the year was characterized AH JV VOLLEYBALL AH Egufhwesn 7-15 16-14 AH V ' gewood 7-15'10-1 , 15-5 S' vhiiegmrial 15'8,,15-9 5 gg vs. Clemzeliilsgflsglfig-55 AH vs. Southwest 8-i5 16 AH VS. Edgewood 12-15 1 -14, 9-15 AH vhgebnorial 14-13 '15IQg8' 1542 AH vs. Clem2eI:5li?,?1?:1?15 V ARSITY VOLLEYBALL AH vs. Southwest 7-15 - iii XS' Hdgewvod 9-15,' ffl? AH vs: we'E'o"a' 15-13, 9-15, 4-15 AH . Hmpus 6-15 5-15 AH AH AH vs. vs. Clem - ' Egurhevl:fisi53?i g'15 ' gewood 15-9, , 23 XZ: itfeggffal 4-15,'f'2-112, 2511? AH vs. Cleme?1l5gf1g1'fg-15215 244 Varsity and J.V. Volleyball gy, and a game plan based "our smallnessf' Cited for outstanding le: ership were varsity co-capta All District 2nd team meml Corina Garcia and Angela E ton and jv co-captains Ire Garcia and April Humphri4 The coach also praised s- ior group members Cori Gloria Ocampo, Heidi Mull Becky Hernandez, and P Anderson for their encoura ment to each other and the tire team. Commenting on the scori Coach Everett said, "We ca very close to winning so matches, with scores indic ing in some cases only a 1 point margin for our op nents." ?Qf ' ,, , "WMHiL 'u' 'FieSf'x'M'w"M"?11f'k.Z.1.W9-X I K la , W, i84 VARSITY BOYS CROSS DUNTRY fbelowj BOTTOM ROW ack Huntress, Larry Covarrubia, lul Clifton, Man Dao MIDDLE JW Doug Mellor, Jim McCout- eon, Carter Smith, Robert Sin- gLeton TOP ROW David Bebinger, Andy Adams, Shannon Pappas, Coach Bruce Fink 1984 J. V. CROSS COUNTRY Che- lowb BOTTOM ROW Matthew Pap- pas, Russell Cooper, Don Redmond, . H K- X -A - -- is W.. .shwrs K " " ' . -'31, -' , W ' ,J -wif i -'w '1' .,,: i f -319 sfigf:-K fr' 1 W' . H.. A., .,,. .V ..,53gtj,, t - , t.,,vn.v,,4v atv., w . ' V g.: I ,R Qyh tg h 554 . -, Q A :vii ,Qi 'A S-' Ea .f Q '5 ,,.. in L , N ' 'L Q ' Ai. ' V., I ff "En Ol Q 6- Q -pw ,ig i , -f - J' '. Q.-s 1- f s f-'fa 1 SN fit'-'-f L -. gf, g t- -LW :msg i. , , a A I F , . ' KA 'dkk 1. - 6 J H T A ' if ' t , 5 was ii ' , ' Q. t A - il 2 ss in af t, K ' K Q ' i., as 5 :QQ 5 ' Ki M E' t " NE. W, N ,.,h , ,lt X Q, V 2 . x , . , 5 Vkik I b 1, Eg z ,Q if' :Zf . 1 ' at K fi , T Q . . . lf Q ,C . , -,'- -' d 'ig F52 .,, :Sf , ' fi , , if ' , 3 r f Q K - 2.1. iii' W - 'fr A EN 5 : i i A7 X . hh i ., ,ML s or Q ,, R ,, , , f 4 it r 1 ':": ,ppn , Coach Bruce Fink MIDDLE ROW John Ridgell, Derwin Dounson, Gerald Dounson, Todd Huntress TOP ROW Richard Stevens, Steve McCarthy, Jason Witherspoon Cross Country Takes lst, 2nd At District A first and second in dis- ct, for junior varsity and rsity respectively, plus a ird place individual win at :gionals capped a highly suc- ssful year for the boys cross untry teams. A mere three points made e difference for the varsity am at district where the boys came in second to Laredo United. Coach Bruce Fink, in his first year, credited the success to "hard Work and dedication." The hard work centered around a highly structured program that saw the boys working out daily, six days a week, in the 12-Week program. -...L I LARRY COVA RR CEPTS fleftl his th' UBIA AC' al at Regionals ird Place med- The program stressed wor- kouts designed to improve en- durance, as well as sharpening and strengthening skills, then tapering off so that each com- petitor would peak at the end of the season. Outstanding effort by indi- viduals included sophomore Larry Covarrubia's third at Regionals, and 22nd at State where he ran against 95 other 4A runners. Also outstanding were junior Andy Adams's third place at district and senior David Be- binger's 11th place district run. Boys Cross Country 247 N z X S. 3 X ' it s . X ' sf X Q A .,.:,, Q , g i. i "'.- N SA ,,.. 8 f..mnmsn1ll""" '-.- 'E Zh , . , Kkhh 7 ,f W . lifffif Q -w tiflj.. ' X 1 ..-. Q K--Q--f , lm 248 Boys Cross Country S S I SHANNON PAPPAS MAKES Qtc leftb an extra effort to cross the fi: ish line in the Northeast Preserv meet. J.V. RUNNER TODD HUNTREE AND VARSITY RUNNER CARTE SMITH GET Qtopj an extra wind a they make the final turn in tl Edgewood meet. MAN DAO GETS CONGRATULA' ED Qleftj as he finishes fifth in tl J.V. Meet at Northeast Preserve J.V. RUNNER MATTHEW PAPP! KEEPS Qabovej a good pace at tl Northeast Preserve meet. Injuries throughout the pre- RE 1984 GIRLS CROSS COUN- mez, Sarah McCarthy, Emily Ko- turedb Rebecca G0I1Za1eS, Kiki Y TEAM tbelowj Martha Go- curek,Minette Olson, and Knot pic- Sheppard- Birls CC wins second in district Working with only six team iernbers and no returning let- ermen, Coach Burce Finks' 'rls cross country varsity and nior Varsity squads still anaged to end the season in cond place in District 14 LAAA. istrict season plagued the am not only at meets but so in preparation for the ugh season schedule which iitted the young and inexperi- enced girls against 5A teams in all seven contests. At the district meet Minette Olson running in the interme- diate class came in third and was rated in the top 10 runners in the district. The race quali- fied her for regionals and turned out to be her best race Also placing at district were Emily Kocurek, who placed sixth, and Becky Gonzalez, who came in fourteenth. Training included the same intensive preparation that the boys cross country team went through, With daily runs and conditioning sessions. of the year. l n K 0 C U R . l3a11?0lfIQ5YWatcl'eS thgiflgfi ish line as Mmette ihe finishes Seventh at Seguin meet- EK -my -Y 1934 Girls Cross Country September 15 S guin . t mber 22 Cant?-latciatholic gzgtimbir 22 Nort si Octo er Northeast October 13 S,A.I.S.D- Qcmber 20 Edgetvfzod Octobil' 2 Distric Novem el' Regioni-1lS November 10 State 1 Girls Cross Country 249 KIKI SHEPPARD Ctop leftj paces LOOSENING UP, Emily Kocurek herself in the two mile run at the ftop right! shakes off a leg cramp cross country meet at Northside after a close race at the S.A.I.S.D. Stadium. MEET. 250 Girls Cross Country ? l 1 1 x I 1 I x 3 x 5 l i I 1 i i i 4 I i I l 4 1 I Y I l 1 w 1 If 2 12 5 9? Q! is AFTER PLACING THIRD IN TI DISTRICT MEET, Minnette Ols Kabovel streches to prevent pull muscles. .W ,i H. a be i r t use l, l stte R Q i i - is g r i srsi FA 0327222 t DZQN ,Q I g , Q ..V. . .,.. K QMS, D ik fl . Q, sttt r ? 2 t tie ii ,if cw, , M M,,.:ti S s ,ff Af ,ft ,M fx t t egg 'NYS f W HV . n 4, is r,LCb,A 2 "LJ K7 "LQ," .fr R X 4 BOYS VARSITY WATER MIDDLE ROW Quentin Smith, Rob- Reiton, Charlie Cauthorn, Todd ,O TEAM iabovej BOTTOM ert Garret Davis TOP ROW Daniel Keuper, Lindsey Roberts, Ron Coo- PV Terive Duperior, Clit1f'Emery, Zepeda, John Benevides, Derrick per, Jason Klein, Trey Cunningham oys pull together for third place in state L boys Water polo team that illed together" in the words Coach Jim Yates managed pull in a prize that had es- ied Heights for the past five Lrs: a top spot in state. ln outstanding game at the te level brought a third ce for the boys as Well as ,r individual All State hon- Jlaying with a rookie goalie, ff Emory, and a team with .y a fair amount of exper- ce, Coach Yates' squad lost se ones to Clark and Mar- nll but wiped out St. Marks, ytown Sterling and King- od in the finals. Senior Derrick Reiton made the All State first team and was named MVP. Terive Du- perier and Todd Keuper were selected as members of the All State second team, and junior Charlie Cauthorn made Hon- orable Mention on the second team. State competition came after a rough season against 5A teams during Which, the coach said, "The boys finally started to play together as a team." IN A AFTER QIFIET MOMENT Head Wate:-IQCTICE fleftj Yates a d olo Coach Jim Derrick nRe'g2nState, Mvp high points of thetgggsgver n. ,4- I THE 1984 GIRLS VARSITY WA- Jordan, Teresa Holt, MIDDLE TER POLO TEAM tbelowj BOT- ROW Becky Davis, Martha Cocke, Galloway, Coach Jim Yates, Sz TOM ROW Brenda Reiton, Sarah Anna Patterson, TOP ROW Kitty Nawrocki Y Strong girls H2 A top spot in state for the first time in five years was the reward a fast, strong girls wa- ter polo team brought home. In third place behind Clark and Marshall, the girls "were right in there all the time, but- ting heads all alongj' Coach Jim Yates commented. 1 i 1 r i E O polo team wins 3rd in state With a starting lineup of one junior, the rest sophomores and freshmen and no seniors, the team not only returned home with a third place but also managed to Win two spots on the All State team. Marshall in season competi- tion. r 1984 GIRLS WATER POL 0 TEAM SCOREBOARD xfgrshall 3,2 M Clark A 5-2 Jaalrshall 1 2 - 3-4 - a 5,4 ox ech ' :sr La if-2 U erson 11-3 Marshall -4 .T. 10-1 Ston Ball 13:5 Cypress Creek 11 ig 252 Girls Varsity Water Polo Named to the second te after the state meet were sol omore Martha Cocke 2 freshman Brenda Reiton, ci by Coach Yates as the top sc er for the year. At state the girls smea LaMarque 14-4, Galvesw Ball 14-3, and Cypress Crt in the finals with a close 11- The only losses were Marshall 1-5 and Clark 8-E Coach Yates said it was p dicted that Heights would 1 third as the Mules had plat in that spot behind Clark 2 ANNA PATTERSON, BECKY DA- VIS, THERESA HOLT, AND KIT- TY GALLOWAY Cleftj line up against the wall to Wait for the whistle indicating the beginning of an 11-3 victory against Jefferson. DURING A TIGHT 3-11 DEFEAT BY JEFFERSON, fbottom leftj Der- rick Reiton attempts to shoot for a goal despite heavy opposition. KIT- TY GALLOWAY, THERESA HOLT, AND MARTHA COCKE, fbelowb mentally prepare themselves be- fore a close 4-2 win against Clark. Girls And Boys Varsity Water Polo 253 1984 VARSITY BASKETBALL Perry George, Jim McNeel, Louie TEAM Qbelowl BOTTOM ROW Reineger, manager TOP ROW Johnny Altum, manager, Mike Coach John Seaholm, Coach Char- Garza, David Dean, James Bone, lie Boggess, Michael Falls, Chris Senn, Ted Boyer, Ben Sal Tadd Thomas, John Acher, M Aranda, Marc Dupre, Gordon rett, trainer Varsity ends sizzling season wfth 20-9 recorc A heartbreaking 75-73 over- time loss to Southwest ended the varsity cagers' chance of making the state playoffs and capped a year of outstanding team and individual effort. Highlights of a sizzling sea- son included the defeats of old Head Va . Coach ChaiE2f31g0gBga3sketbau ss. foe West Campus during the Mules' win of the Seguin tour- ney and a win over favored Southwest 63-61 as Tadd Tho- mass was named Player of the Week with 25 points, 12 re- bounds, and four blocked shots. 1985 v BASK ARSITY ETBALL W-7 L-3 AH 7 AH 63 West Campus 33 AH 63 Clemens 59 .' AH Southwest AH 73 EdgeW00d 61 AH 62 xemorial 23 AH 67 ciestcampus 52 AH 73 S evens 917 AH outhw 1 , 84 Edgewgizt gs 3 ..,.: -, D....1..,.z Named to the 14 4A All l trict lst team were Tho: and Mike Garza, with Micl Falls making the Honore Mention list and Chris S selected Newcomer of Year. Thomas also made the All Region Team chosen the Texas Association of I ketball Coaches. "The team never quit . fought back to nearly ei playoffs for the third year i row. Tremendous work e1 and fine senior leadership the Mules to a 20-9 record, of only 12 similar school cords in the city," Coach Cl lie Boggess said. COACH CHARLIE BOGGESS Qabovej gives the fourth quarter game plan in the West Campus game. AFTER THE REBOUND TADD THOMAS Qtop righth moves in for a shot against Clemens in a hard fought loss. SENIOR FORWARD MICHEAL FALLS frightl gets a jump shot in the game against Clemens. 256 Varsity Basketball i '85 JV BASKETBALL TEAM fbe-I Flores, John Crone, TOP ROW John Charles Thiltgen, Walker Hayne, iv! BOTTOM ROW Matt Walker, Shepherd, De Miller, Felepe Dayton Conklin, Allen Wilkins, lnny Munoz, Eliot Houser, John Aranda, David Crews, Edward Coach John Seaholm lilchrest, Hugh Davidson, Pepe Hart, Don Cuba, Trey Embrey, VS end season wit'1 perfect district record 'or the second straight year, junior varsity basketball in posted the best record in , district, ending this year's son with a 23-5 record. iweeping district play with ilosses, the speedy and tal- ed jayvees averaged 62 nts a game and gave up an rage of only 41 points to ir opponents. Iited as outstanding players Coach John Seaholm were me Flores, Edward Hart, Don Cuba, Phillip Aranda, De Miller, Dayton Conklin, and John Shepperd. Team depth was a great as- set, Coach Seaholm said, and credited the bench strength with the district record of no defeats. "Our high scoring average per game coupled with the tight defense assured the jay- vee players of plenty of play- ing time and that experience should convert into a strong foundation for next year's var- sity," he added. ?iE'.?JPIggUQ12qVx5gggE BY FENDER DE- Hart aim? 2,23-10tWJ Edward 1985 JV Basketball 21168 won 71-AnWo Points- V AH 50 AH 52 Mem01'iaI AH 64 West Campus 19 AH 56 Clemens 19 Ah 60 Southwest 42 AH 60 Edgewood 46 AH 62 Mem0I'ia1 31 AH Clemens i AH 71 Southwest AH 54 dgewgod 42 JV Basketball 257 Frosh eager teams post winning seasons 1985 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM Qbelowb BOTTOM ROW Rob eno, Albert McNeal, Frank Akers, Jeff Robinson, Brad Jower ' - S C rtez TOP ROW James De- Charles Burmeister, JoJo Sta Stephens, Steve Sarran, Ross Rlt teve 0 chie, John McCollum, Bobby Mor- geer, Kent Calgard, Jeff Pitluck, miller, Tommy Green 1 Both frosh cager teams turned in winning seasons with the Blue record 14-9 and the Gold 13-2. Highlights of the year in- cluded the Boerne Invitational win and beating the East Cen- tral and Kirby fish for the first time since they had started in the seventh grade. In the district tournament the freshmen played their best game of the year against Kirby. The young Mules thrashed them by 16 points which al- Freshman b k Bob Foster HS etball Coach FRESHMAN W3 L4 AH A-H13 38 Clemens 4 AH 56 Klfty Hawk 57 21 AH 1 40 East Central 2 AH 6 27 Kirby 57 56 AH 61' 43 Seguin g7 32 AH 48 Kirby 4 23 258 Freshman Basketball East Central lowed Heights to play for ' district championship agai East Central. A second place in dist: ended a season in Wh Heights was supposed to fin in fourth or fifth place. 54-1985 BOYS VARSITY TEN- STEAM fbelowj BOTTOM ROW John Beauchamp, James Taylor, Archer, Collin Seals, Dain Dreyer, nie Malakoff, Joe Van Meter, Brad Jones, Marcus Shaffer TOP Peter Herff, Jamie Crystal, David hur Escobar, Mike Malakoff, ROW Coach Larry Oxford, Stephen Whellan, Drew Stewart . W...-M':5'1' Myer.-'M4,,,,,,. B5-Q... ,ps arsity boys keep Heights in tennis win column Vith a winning dual match ord, wins in the Texas tools Tennis Champion- p, Sting Invitational, and a Lt place in the district team .nis tournaments, the tal- 5-heavy boys tennis team ot Heights in the win col- in once again. Vi J THE TENNIS JOWD see a 1011 ofgOURTS fbe- varsity Workoutsnction during Led by All Region, All State player Collin Seals, plus All Region members Peter Herff and Drew Stewart, four other returning lettermen from last year's state championship team, and state-ranked frosh Jamie Malakoff, Trent Mark- rader, and Arthur Escobar, the SITY TE W-6 L-5 NNIS AH AH 3 C.C.Ki11g AH 3 C'C'King 4 AH Churchui 2 AH 3 Lee 6 AH 4 Westlake 2 AH 9 a1'Shall ' AH 9 Clemens 5 AH 6 if00dyfC.Cp 3 AH 1 cielivesifwood 3 r Ah I Bryan ake 3 boys filled the school's trophy cases all year. High points in a winning season according to Coach Larry Oxford, were two early wins in September, a 5-4 victo- ry over Austin Westlake, the number two team in the state last year, and two wins 5-4 and 4-2 over formidable Corpus Christi King, the third place team last year in 5A. Best records during fall play in singles were Peter's 7-2, Trent's 6-2, and Collin's 5-1. and in doubles Arthur and Ja- mie, both at 7-2. Boys Varsity Tennis 259 DURING AN EARLY SATURDAY MORNING PRACTICE STEPHEN ARCHER fright! stretches high to meet the ball AFTER FOLLOWING THROUGH ON HIS BACKHAND PETER HERFF fbelowb carefully Watches his opponent's next move. JOE VAN METER fbelow right! keeps his eye on the ball after he has hit it in an afternoon practice. IN A CHALLENGE MATCH JOHN BEAUCHAMP fbottom leftj awaits his opponent's serve. DURING A LATE AFTERNOON PRACTICE PETER HERFF Qbot- tom right! works on his forehand. . V 1 f, ,Q ,.,.f2w 'i"nlh iB'oj3s'Varsity 1984-85 GIRLS VARSITYl NIS TEAM Qbelowl BOTTOMi Michelle Winship, Jenniferi ning, Shelly Henson, Julie aii ii ll ts.. ll i J .. Windes, Marion Oppenheimer, Jen- nifer Kell, Katy McDowell, TOP ROW Coach Larry Oxford, Sylvia Flannery, Kathryn Johnston, Beth Sutherland, Leigh Ripps, Lisa Haldes, Leigh Terry, Tammy Fitch, Lauren Stepsis. l l lent, effort help young girl varsity netters oach Larry Oxford's varsi- irls team once again com- d individual talents and effort to turn in an im- sive dual match and tour- ent record for the year. uffering from the loss of All State seniors who had ed all four years of their school careers, the young nevertheless gathered es to post a highly respect- 10-7 dual match record as ll as wins in the Texas nools Tennis Championship rnament, the Victoria High rool Sting Invitational, and the district tennis team cham- pionship tournament. Four returning All District lettermen, Jennifer Browning Tammy Fitch, Sylvia Flan- nery, and Beth Sutherland, plus returning letterman Mi- chelle Winship helped earn a string of individual honors. In the Texas Schools cham- pionship tournament Tammy and Sylvia captured second place in varsity girls 5-'ffl dou- bles and Kathryn Johnston and Michelle placed second in varsity girls 32 doubles. 7 1985 GIRLS VAR SITY TEAM TENNIS fbelowj C ig 3 Ilellgsgn Westlake 8 wk Oach Larry Oxford AH 0.y 0 AH 3 J cfiigmLWeStlake 0 I AH 5 vs Bryaln ake rl fllgsgn Westlake AH Vs 6 12 o y AH - Austin W tl k VS 18-0 a if :as :S Yron S -14 glemhens 53511 I out west ' AH V -3 S 15-0 Girls Varsity Tennis 261 MW W THE 1984-1985 JUNIOR VARSI- TY TENNIS TEAM tbelowj QBOT- TOM ROW! John Rutherford, Chip Fitchner, Robert Young, David Lloyd, Laura Halter, Tenny Cibil- Keidel, Jessica Cox, Courtney dak, Catherine Menger, Lexa Weil. Wright, Lisa Kasch, Coach Larry CTOP ROWJ Lauren Fast, Rene Oxford. Juarez, Tommy Sanders, Werner Jayvee netters win, gain experience The 15-member junior varsi- y tennis team played a full chedule of dual matches and ournament play through the 'ear, gaining experience that vould pay off later. Although the team was com- osed mostly of freshmen and ophomores, members man- ged both team and individual 'ins. With a 5-4 dual match re- Jrd, the jayvees won first lace in the 9th grade A divi- on of the Texas Schools Ten- is Championship tourna- lent. Werner Keidel and Mar- is Shaffer also came in sec- nd in boys A doubles. Emphasizing the develop- ment of "sound technique" good athletic ability, and tour- nament experiencef' Coach Larry Oxford put the team members through a rigorous conditioning program that in- cluded "a lot of distance run- QpL,fliLf,1 Ji -S X 55 lf-T5 75 I 5 ,... ---if Pdf A , J M,,,,sk::,-17, yn W... . :.... , the Texas High Scholol Ten- ning" during the winter months to increase stamina. To help show team members their form, practices were vid- eo-taped and critiqued by the coach in sessions during which the netters Were able to see and correct their mistakes. IN AN AFTERNOON ' CTICE, cleft! freshman ,,,. 1 ggniie Malakoff volleys 3 1 koff won the -1 nis Championships In Feb- Q' rllary- Girls And Boys Junior Varsity Tennis 263 1985 BOYS VARSITY SWIMMING S h c yler Batey, Garrett Davis, Rob- Paul Benavides, John TEAM- Qbelowj Terive Duperior, ert Hammond, Ned Wells, John Derrick Reiton Duigl Inexperience hurts boys varsity swim tea Led by lettermen Derrick Reiton and Terive Duperier, a young, inexperienced boys swimming team posted a dis- appointing season record that did not reflect the talent nor the dedication of the squad. The loss early in the season of four experienced swimmers hurt a hard-working group, Coach Jim Yates said. Despite the lack of depth, the team brought home top honors at district and sent qualifiers in five events to re- gionals. . ' g .ty Swlmmln 5 Boys Varsl f son 198 0 Heights Vs' 'iiifuiihill Alam - hts VS. L A1aiffnri?iNv1TA2iffiiA Iggxmo Heights vi- Marshall Alamo Hei?ii?1drisH1P MEET C1TY CHA AT10NAL INVIT ' n rgdigxpci Heights vs. Madlso T Uni STATE UW Head Swimming bel0Wi I iloach Jim Yates 264 Boys Varsity Swimming District winners advanc to regionals were Derrick, 200 freestyle and 6th 500 fre tyle, an event in which placed 9th in state last y4 and Terive, 4th 500 freesty Also placing at district w the 200 medley relay, 5th vs members Carlos Alfone Jason Klein, Garrett Da and Schyler Batey, the A freestyle relay 3rd, with me bers Derrick, John Benavic Jason and Terive, and Ja: 8th 100 breaststroke. SCHYLER BATEY fleftj pulls the breaststroke in practice after school ON THE KICKBOARDS Cbelowj Terive Duperior, Derrick Reiton, and John Benavides do warm-up laps in one of their daily, early morning work outs. AT THE DISTRICT MEET AT NORTHSIDE ibottomj Derrick Reiton and Terive Duperior Qthird and second from rightD limber up before the start of the 500 frees- tyle. Terive came in 4th and Der- rick 6th. Q , Q li pun 2 2 V A A t V W Q ar S Wi m m in g 'No depth' robs girl swimmers of top reco 1985 GIRLS VARSITY SWIM- Martha Cocke, Lee Ann Perry, Ana Menger MING TEAM fbelowl Becky Davis, Patterson, Kitty Galloway, Allison 4 , I VL 1 In Once again, a lack of num- bers robbed a strong and tal- ented girls swimming team of a top season record although the 10-member team managed a third place at district. "The problem was lack of depthf' Coach Jim Yates ex- plained, "because at our dual meets the 5A schools we were TH D DA EEEIQOILOLT AN D BREN- with relief on clbelowl laugh V18'0rous workoijllgnpletion of a l l 266 Girls Varsity Swimming up against had 30 or more members and although we won the events we entered, we just couldn't fill the lanes and lost out on several points per meet." However, individually the team pulled in many honors and sent three members as well as a "powerhouse" relay 1985 GIR A1 LS SWIM A1323 ' Ks. .1effers01,:HNG Zoliday Invifitglggchill m . Hts, VS City Shias' YS' Marshall TISCA 1 Plonshfp Meet Aiamo Hlfgqtatiollal DiStrict UI1,vS' Madison Region State to state. District winners advan to regionals were All Menger, 1st 1 meter Q Becky Davis, 1st 100 buttf which she won with a school record time of 12' Brenda Reiton, 3rd 100 li stroke, and the 400 free 1 team of Brenda, Sarah Jor Anna Patterson, and Becl On a positive note, the cg noted that the team was a tentially strong one becauf the number of freshmen, sophomore girls already di well and mentioned frm swimmers Brenda, Sarah,i Allison, and sophomi Anna, Martha ACocke, l Becky. X wwf IWW K fl5f3Zfff3?5,ff:QiA Dfw A M , V '71 ,fi V JW g fam 2 ff A 1 1 - - ws XS fx at 01599 X H QA W QS- mm 1984 VARSITY SOCCER TEAM fbelowb BOTTOM ROW Roger Gragg, Stephen Maebius, Larry Martinez MIDDLE ROW John Rutherford, Chris Haden, Paul Clif- ton, John Astleford, Darla Carter, Hans Muller TOP ROW Greg Mar- cus, Rob Singleton, Ruben Rubio 1 Cliff Emery, Bryan Pritchett, Al Tarver, Coach Bruce Fink Young soccer team shows good potentiz In its initial season a young varsity soccer team showed good potential for a stronger team next year and managed to post a 3-10-3 season record. With only four seniors play- ing on the squad, lack of exper- ience set the team at a disad- vantage in comparison with other teams which had been playing for several years. Leading scorers for the team were sophomores John Astle- ford, Ruben Rubio, and Cliff CE Y socCER ACH BF-U . ARSIT INJUREJJNSV? instructs hls 1984 iw-1 T-2 L 10 FINK Q e m the sideline 111 f h 2L1YeaS..:z..,. am- Te Mules lost 1-2- 2Lee1 Roosevelt 3 J 415011. Clhurchill 2 MadiS0n 1 3 0 0 C. Catholic Li L 9 0 Rimosevelt 2 3 Judson 1 Churchill 2 1 dis0H 3 0 1Y,Il2cA1-thu! 2 2 C. Catholic 3 AH AH AH AH A AH 1 2 AH AH AH AH AH 1 Emery as well as freshm: Paul Clifton. Astleford scored nine goz and had four assists, Rul: scored nine goals and had or assist. Emery scored six goz and had two assists and Cl ton scored four goals with tw assists. The team victories were ez ly in the season against Segu 3-0, Burbank 4-2, and Lee 1- Injuries to Greg Marci Robert Singleton and Steph Maebius hurt the tear chances. if 'II' EW fn mr' ,, ,. , 1 ff W. V ., V fm ,, " ' 5 ' - I "' I . A f M ' I A I , ,.,. . -"'A' "'A I' I , . . I JOHN ASTLEFORD Qtop leftl gets ready to put the ball back into play in the MacArthur game.The Mules tied 2-2. IN THE GAME AGAINST CEN- TRAL CATHOLIC BRIAN PRIT- CHETT fabovel attempts to steal the ball. The Mules lost 1-3. RUBEN RUBIO Qtop right! dribbles around a Central Catholic defend- er. AFTER SAVING AN ATTEMPTED FREE KICK GOALIE GREG MAR- CUS fleftj punts the ball back to midfield in the game. The Mules won 2-1. Soccer 269 1984 VARSITY GOLF TEAM Qbe- lowl BOTTOM ROW Philip Blak- TOP ROW John Fitch, Brent Ster- John Hovendon, Kelley Herrc ney, Bill Whipkey, Mike Fulton 1ing,BenMiddleton,DonaldWayne, Coach Maggie Morris Returnees lead Mule golfers Sparked by a host of return- ees from last year's team, Mule golfers took on a full schedule of fall and spring dual matches and tournaments. At the end of the fall play the Mules had racked up a re- spectable seventh place stand- ing of the 15 teams in the league. The boys team, with 17 4 members, placed fifth in the SAISD tournament and man- aged a seventh place in the tough Austin ISD tournament. Returnee Neisy Rodriguez also repeated her outstanding performance of the 1983-84 , 'f G lf coach Maggie Head 0 Morris 4 l Q f' 270 Varsity Golf 1985 VARSITY GOLF - - as SAISD Flmshei . hed 5 AH san Marcos Flin? a 5 ii-11 VS.. Bastrop l?3DF?132E2g 5 Nl AH VS' Austdxlafd Invitational AH vs. Vfysgshed SD AH VS. lggiigt ' l Regionals State 4 A ,r',-,,,qal- " season that brought her 1 district title last year. Top players Donald Wag and John Fitch, return whose consistent play prove major factor in the Mules' s cess, were joined by tran Kelly Herrera and freshn Philip Bleakney who turner solid performances in tl first year of play for golfers. Also turning in outstand play were returnees John vendon and Ben Middletol 1 1984 VARSITY TRACK TEAM - Qbelowl BOTTOM ROW Alan Ter- rell, Byron Bode, Nick Lambrecht, Bill Armstrong, Greg Tucker, Don Redmond, Freddy Tecuanhuey, Jody Martinez, Bobby Canales SECOND ROW David Bebinger, Doug Mellor, Gerald Dounson, Da- vid Harris, Julian Schwartz, Jim McCutchen, Marshall Davidson, Walker Hahn, Shane Browning, THIRD ROW Coach Gilbert Hines, Kelly Hann, Carter Smith, Shannon, Pappas, Andy Adams, Derwin Dounson, Eddie Bellis, Jay Medina, Kert Peterson, John McWilliams. Danal Alden, Coach Don Byrd TOP ROW: Jason Witherspoon, Jay L01'd, Peter Markwardt, George Schroeder, Chris Holz- hausen, Chris Cooper, Robert Devine l 4, W XS wr YQ LX: 93 I ni Returnees put cindermen ahead of the game Two state finalists and one regional finalist among 15 re- turnees ,put the boys track team ahead of the game at the start. The 45 boys turning out this year also boasted a crop of AS COACH GILBERT H S011 jumps b INES fbel mm..,.....,,, oxes to get in shane fglvrilfibserv newcomers that had Coach Gilbert Hines smiling. The state finalists, David Bebinger and Chris Cooper, lent their touches once agin to put the Mules in top spots in the 1600 meter run and pole es, Marshall nr . z s I w i 272 Boys Varsity Track " ' """l vs vault, and regional finalist George Schroeder proved outstanding in the high hur- dles. The season record was helped by the strength of re- turnees Peter Markwardt, Russell Jonas, and Bowen Creamer in the discuss, as well as sprinters John McWilliams and Dan Alden and distance runner Andy Adams. The Mule Relays in late March kicked off the six- meet pre-district track sea- son during which the Mules made it hard going for such 5A power teams as Madison, Lee, Roosevelt, Marshall, Clark, and Fox Tech before clashing head-on with top 4A contender Clemens at district. P W SENIOR CHRIS COOPER Qleftj stretches over a hurdle during a workout before the Mule Relays. IN AN AFTERNOON WORKOUT fbelow leftj distance runner Jim McCutcheon is a study in concen- tration as he paces himself to cut seconds off his last mile race. MULE SPRINTERS Qbelowj David Harris, David Muno, Freddy Te- canhuey, and Eddie Bellis head for the finish line after a practice run. POLE VAULTER HANS MULLER fbottomj practices his form while Kurt Peterson takes mental notes. SBSH ensu- Boys Varsity Track 273 THE 1985 GIRLS TRACK TEAM Qbelowl BOTTOM ROW Patty Espinosa, Jessica Stephens, April Humphries, Leslie O'Neil, Ana Nowotny, Coach Goodrum, SEC- OND ROW Jennifer Pogue, Molly Stone, Rebecca Whellan, Mary Harris, Emilie Engelke, Elizabeth Maebius, Caroline Baird, Laura Luna, THIRD ROW Martha Gomez, Jill Peters, Diane Harris, Paige Bonner, Nancy Harris, Jennifer Drolla, Lizabeth Church, Susan Tietz, Minette Olson, FOURTH ROW Jennifer Marth, Crissie Pot- ter, Holland Williams, Emily curek, Tricia Kocurek, l McClain, TOP ROW Irma Gut rez, Kelly Pluchinsky, Roch Green, Maria Lozano, Heat Senn, Monnie Dulaney, Ang Sherrod, Sally Baker. :ig ,gi Enthusiasm, returnees put girl runners anee Excitement and enthusiasm were major assets of the 40- member girls track team Work- ing this year with new Coach Ken Godrum. Blessed with eight returning lettermen and a crop of new talent, the team looked good I fbelowi Coach Ken Goodrum 274 Girls Varsity Track from the start, Coach Goo- drum said. "The numbers and caliber of the girls made us optimistic." Fighting their way through six pre-district meets against mostly 5A schools, the girl runners turned in outstanding 1985 GIRL Mule Relay? VARSITY TRACK Ranger R 1 Antler Releagis Unicorn R l Cou e ays B gel' Relays utt011 Relays Red Raider R . , 1 gistlrict Judgoi :glidiu eglonals Northside m State Meet A . uStlh-Memorial performances at the dist meet in April. p To prepare for the action team went through daily vs kouts that included warm' of jogging, stretching, stridi and sprinting, then conc trated on their individ events, ending the one ani half hours sessions with Wai downs. A Particularly strong til were posted by Minette Ol and Maria Lozano in the lr meter and the 800 relay te of Sally Baker, Jennifer Dro Jill Peters, and Jessica E phens. LONG DISTANCE RUNNERS Qleftj Monnie Delaney and Emily Kocurek lengthen their strides as they come in for the finish. DURING AN AFTERNOON PRAC- TICE Qbelowb Jennifer Drolla, Jill Pete!-155 Kate Reininger, and Sally Baker run warm up laps before a vigorous work out. 1 www? AS COACH KEN GOODRUM EX- PLAINS STRATEGIES FOR UP- COMING TRACK MEETS Qleftj Monnie Delaney, Minette Olson,s and Martha Gomez listen with an- ticipation. WITH THE ENTHUSIASM fabovej that comes every year at the begin- ning of track season, Jennifer Drolla and Heather Senn take their warm up strides. Girls Varsity Track 275 THE 1985 VARSITY BASEBALL ley, Mike Britton, TOP ROW Coach Perron, Jim McNeil, G: TEAM lbelowl BOTTOM ROW Pat Hewitt, Ruben Castillo, Billy McCrary, Joe Villarreal, Hu Yznaga, Troy Garcia, Gilbert De- Campbell, Russell Jonas, Miles Killian. Leon, Jeff Torgerson, Shawn Gul- H -1 F' Q. Youth, speed, ability help young baseball tea Following last year's 14 4 A district championship baseball team proved a real challenge for Coach Mark Hewitt's '85 squad, but what was lacking in experience was made up for by the youth, speed, and superior athletic ability that character- ized this year's Mule sluggers. Led by returning lettermenl Gilbert DeLeon, Pat Yznaga, and '84 All District 2nd team member Felipe Aranda, plus three other returning squad- fbelowl scoo GARCIA Player d ' c' pS.uP2c11d - urmgap - 4ViV gage on 3 Smlthson Vgllgy Scrimmage. Mules wloiisrflijcln E 276 Varsity Baseball '-i men, Coach Hewitt's sq fought its way through a to pre-district season that incf ed the city's top 5A teams Inexperience at many p tions hurt the record earlj the season, but by the time trict began in late March talented young team had proved as a unit and sho itself a definite contender the district title. 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'W M5513 WL NEW M' NB MVK? more Q M sm 5 M Congratulations SL Dad Jay iZips Of 853 Thanks For Everything OI' lf' f -QZSES-werfwtm .H 2 ZIS SPV Senior Party Girls Come Gamble With U November 21, 1984 3' W" 'Nuff 2 if K L Qs W 7 Llifgiiaik RWE 'ffaF:':f..fii- ' -h.. if- ' - V ' , Senior Accomplishments Rhae Chell Ahlstrom Marching Band 1,25 Symphonic Band 1,25 FHA vice-president 15 Varsity Twirler 25 Class Officer 25 Los Amigos 25 DECA 3,45 Hon- or Roll 1,2,3,4. University of Hawaii at Maui Albert Adame Los Companeros 1,25 Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Concert Band 1,25 Honors Band 3,45 Jazz Ensem- ble 1,2,3,45 Debate 3,4, Brigham Young University or UT John Archer Fall Play 15 Latin Club 1,2, president 3,45 LHS 2, vice-presi- dent 3, president 3, president 4: Basketball 1,2,3,45 Clown Club 1,2,35 Student Council 3,45 Class Officer 45 NAHS 4. Sally Baker Keywanettes 1,25 Wranglers 15 Cheerleader 1,25 Class O'fficer 15 Intermurals 1,2,35 BAMFS5 Cross Country 35 Varsity Track 1,2,3,45 Regional Qualifier 1,25 Homecoming Court 2,3,45 Soph- omore Homecoming Duchess5 Senior Princess5 Student Coun- cil 45 Nominee for Most Popular Senior5 Choir 45 FHA vice-presi- dent 45 Olmos 4. Texas Tech University Courtney Banack Varsity Tennis 1,2,45 Wranglers 1,25 Keywanettes 1,25 Los Com- paneros 1,25 NFL 2,35 Student Council 35 Spurs 35 SSHS 3,45 SNHS 3,45 PTSO Representa- tive 45 District Choir 45 Junior- Senior Prom Committee 45 Hon- or Roll 3,4. TCU or UT Wendy Bankerd Most Representative 15 Home- coming Court 1,25 Wranglers 15 Keywanettes 1,25 Class Officer 25 Student Council 1,3,45 AFS 45 FHA 45 AIFS 45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 Honor Roll-Honorable Men- tion 1,3,45 Spurs 3. TCU Rhonda Banks Fall Play 15 Band 2,3,45 Flags 2,3,45 Choir 1,2. French Club 35 314 Senior Accomplishments AFS 4. Burton Barnes Football 1,45 Key Club 15 Golf 1,35 Los Amigos 3,45 FCA 3,45 Who's Who Among American High School Students. UT Sylvia Barrera Student Council 1,2,3,4, Teach- er Relations Committee 1, Stu- dent Recognition Committee 1, Student Recognition Committee Chairman 2, Sergeant-at Arms 3. FHA 1,25 AFS 45 Health Occu- pations Students of America President 45 Optimist Nominee for Outstanding Vocational Education 4. St. Phillips College David Bebinger Varsity Track 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,4, All District 2,3,4, Best Defensive Back 3,4, Most Val' able Player 45 Basketball Varsity Cross Country 3,4, R gional Qualifier 45 FCA 2,3, treasurer 2, president 3,45 Clan Officer 25 Student Council 2,3, Committee Chairperson 3,45 N Alpha Theta 35 Most Represe tative 1,2,3,45 Homecomii Duke 3, Senior Prince 45 SAD Chairperson 35 Who's Wl Among American High Scho Students 35 Honor Roll-Hono able Mention 1,2,3,45 Chemie People Student Representati' 3. Lori Bennett Wranglers 15 Varsity Track 1, Keywanettes 1,25 Honor Roll Honorable Mention 2,45 Stude Council 25 Most Representati' Nominee 2,3,45 Olmos 2,3,4, Et r 45 Spurs 3,4, Lt. Colonel 45 ervice Club 45 Who's Who lnong American High School :udents 45 Class Officer 3,45 In- amurals 1,2. illy Cambell botball 1, Varsity 2,3,45 JV aseball 1,2, Varsity 3,45 All istrict Football 45 Who's Who 'rnong American High School .udents 35 FCA 2,3,45 Key Club 2. :mlanda Carrisalez FIA 1,25 Wranglers 15 Mulestall Juncil 15 French Club 35 Mu- nts 3. Incarnate Word College f rla Carter S 45 Mu Alpha Theta 35 Var- y Soccer 45 Varsity Track 35 timist Youth in Government minee 45 Optimist Youth in orts Nominee 45 Band 1,25 rman Club 45 Rodeo Club 1,25 rvice Club 3,45 Intramurals ,4. ebbi Chesney ass Officer 1,35 Student Coun- l 1,2,3,45 Howdy Week Chair- erson 45 PTSO Student Officer Junior Senior Prom Commit- fe 45 Caledonia 45 Wranglers 15 utants 35 FHA parliamentar- n 45 Keywanettes 1,2, ser- eant-at-arms 45 Intramurals E,3,45 Honor Roll-Honorable ntion 45 Outstanding Mascot Most Representative Nomi- ee 45 Most Popular Senior Eminee5 Homecoming Queen minee. im Connelly 7 Swimming 1,2,35 Latin Club .Mu Alpha Theta 45 SSHS 45 :rvice Club 45 UIL Regional ne-Act Play 2. Boston College an Cooper eience Club 152,35 Swimming 2,35 Water Polo 1,2,3,45 Mu Al- ia Theta 2,3,4, historian 3, esident 45 Golf 45 Academic ecathalon 3,45 Optimist Youth Mathematics Nominee. mie Crystal V Tennis 1,2, Varsity 3,45 NHS 15 Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Key Club 1,25 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,4, ser- geant-at-arms 45 Class Officer 2,3,45 SSHS 45 treasurerfsecre- tary 45 Computer Club 2,3, ser- geant-at-arms 2, president 35 Los Amigos 3,45 SNHS 3,45 Na- tional Merit Commended Stu- dent. Trey Cunningham Football 1,25 Baseball 15 Cross Country Track 25 Swimming 45 Water Polo 45 Video Club 2,3,4, audio 2,3, president 35 Senior Play Crew 3. Southwest Texas State University Lee Davis DE 1,25 VOCT 1,25 Basketball 25 Mutants 35 Rodeo Club 3,45 Southwest Texas State Univer- sity David Dean Varsity Tennis 1,2,3,45 Basket- ball 1,3, Varsity 45 SSHS 3, president 45 SNHS 2,3,45 Mu Al- pha Theta 2,3,45 NHS 3,4, Na- tional Merit Commended Stu- dent 45 Sewanee Award for Ex- cellence 35 Amherst College Javier DeLeon Football 1,2,3,45 Rodeo Club 25 Track 25 Student Council 15 CVAE 3,4, treasurer 3, vice- president 4, state representa- tive 4. Derwin Dounson Track 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 3,4, Shelly Drought Keywanettes 15 Wranglers 15 Mule Stall Council 25 Los Com- paneros 35 Track 35 Texas Tech John Fellbaum Key Club 1,25 DE 3,45 Student Council 1,25 UT Paul Feuerbacher Olmos 1,45 Hoof Print 45 NAHS 2,3,4, president 45 Who's Who Among American High School Students 35 SSHS 45 Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Class Officer 4. Bard College Duke Furrh SSHS 45 Football 3,45 Golf 15 Key'-Club 15 Who's Who Among American High School Students 35 Honorable Mention 15 Indus- trial Arts Club 4. UT Debbie Galloway Wranglers 15 Mulestall Council 15 Fall Play 1,2,35 Choir 1,2,3,4, treasurer 45 Spurs 3, Major 45 Senior Play Crew 35 Incarnate Word College Corina Garcia JV Volleyball 1, Varsity 2,3,45 SNHS 2,3,4, secretary 35 Los Amigos 2,3,45 Student Council 3,45 Service Club 3,4, secretary 45 Junior Senior Prom Commit- tee 4. Southwest Texas State University Mike Garza JV Basketball 2, Varsity 3,45 Varsity Baseball 4. Carmen Goyette Band 1,2,3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 3,45 SNHS 45 Service Club 45 Band Librarian 2,3,45 National Merit Commended Student. Texas A8zM Gretchen Groos Wranglers 15 Los Companeros 15 Los Amigos 2,35 SNHS 2,35 Keywanettes 1,25 FHA 25 Spurs Senior Accomplishments 315 Senior Accomplishments 35 Service Club 45 Honor Roll- Honorable Mention 2,3,4. UT Shawn Gulley Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Track 15 Key Club 1,2, Class Representative 1,25 Keywanette Sweetheart 15 Most Representative Nominee 1,35 Homecoming Duke 1,2, King Nominee 45 Los Amigos 2,3.45 SSHS 3,4, vice-president 45 Student Council 3,4, Execu- tive Board 35 SNHS 2,35 Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Washington and Lee University Babette Hale FHA 1,2,3,45 Wranglers 1,25 Mu- lestall Council 25 Mutants 35 HOSA 3,4. Incarnate Word Col- lege Emily Harrison Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Keywan- ettes 1,2,3, Class Officer 15 SNHS 2,3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 3,45 NHS 45 SSHS 2,3,45 Los Amigos 3,4, sergeant-at-arms 35 Wranglers 15 JV Cheerleader 25 Spurs 3,4, Major 45 Student Council 4, Homecoming Com- mittee Chairperson 45 Intra- murals 1,2,3,45 Olmos 45 Nation- al Merit Commended Student. UT or Tulane Tom Hart Varsity Tennis 1,2,3,45 Student Council 2,3,45 Assembly Com- mittee Chairperson 3, Spirit Committee Chairperson 45 Los Amigos 2,3, sergeant-at-arms 2, treasurer 35 SSHS 2,3,45 Mu- tants 3.45 Key Club 1,25 Aca- demic Decathalon Team 3,45 National Merit Semi-Finalist 45 Homecoming Prince Nominee. UT Peter Herff Key Club 1,25 Mu Alpha Theta 3,45 SSHS 3,45 SNHS 3,45 Los Amigos 4, president 45 Varsity Tennis 1,2,3,45 Student Council 4. UT or Williams College Rebecca Hernandez JV Basketball 15 JV Volleyball 316 Senior Accomplishments 2,3,4. Anne Hohenberger Los Amigos 2,3,4, secretary 45 SNHS 3,4, president 45 SSHS 3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 3,45 French Club 45 Fall Play 45 Honor Roll 2,3,4. SMU Stacy Hooper Keywanettes 2,3,45 Honor Roll- Honorable Mention 2,3,45 Key Club Sweetheart 2. Texas A8zM Stephanie Hooper Keywanettes 2,3,45 Honor Roll- Honorable Mention 2,3,45 Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. Texas A8zM John Hovenden AFS 45 Science Club 3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 3,45 SSHS 45 LHS 3,4, treasurerlse- cretary 45 NHS 45 NAHS 15 Sig- ma Psi Omega 3,45 Academic Decathalon Team 45 JV Golf 1. Varsity 2,3,4, Captain 45 All- American Junior Golf Nominee 3,45 Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Who's Who Among American High School Students 35 Optimist Youth in Education Nominee 45 Student Council 1,25 Mutants 2,3,45 Key Club 1. Texas ASLM Paul Hughbanks Cross Country 1,25 Track 1,25 Key Club 15 SNHS 25 Sinfonietta 1,2,3,4, treasurer 3,45 NHS 3,45 SSHS 3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 3,45 Boy's State Nominee 35 Who's Who Among American High School Students 35 Optimist Nominee 45 AFS 45 San Antonio Youth Orchestra 1,4. Trinity University Russell Jonas Football 1,2,3,45 All-District 45 All City Honorable Mention 45 Track 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Class Officer 45 FCA 1,2,3,4, vice-president 3, president 45 Texas High School Rodeo Asso- ciation 3,45 National High School Rodeo Association 4. Tarleton State University Eddie Kownslar French Club 3,45 Mu Alpha Tl ta 35 Band 1,25 NHS 35 Olmos Senior Play 35 Honor R4 1,2,3,4. Debbie Lamn Wranglers 15 Keywanettes HOSA 2, treasurer5 SNHS 2,3 Sigma Psi Omega 2,3,4, treasl er 45 Los Amigos 2,3,45 Los C maneros 15 NHS 3,4, treasur 45 Service Club 3,4, president SSHS 35 Girl's State Nominee Student Council 4, Communi Service Chairperson 45 Mu .4 pha Theta 3,4. Austin Collegt Elizabeth LeFlore Class Officer 1,2,35 Stude Council 1,2,3,4, Committ Chairperson 3, sergeant-2 arms 45 Most Representati 2,3, Nominee 1,45 Keywanett 1,25 Wranglers 15 Spurs 35 Intl murals 1,2,3,45 Homecomi Duchess Nominee 2,4, Duche 35 Service Club 3,45 Girl's Sta Nominee 35 Who's Who Amo American High School St dents. Marisol Luna Wranglers 15 Mulestall Coun 1,2,35 Mutants 35 Los Compa eros 3, secretary 35 Keywa ettes 2,35 AFS 45 NAHS 2,3 secretary 3, vice-president Hoof Print 35 Honor Roll-Honc able Mention 45 Student Coun 3,4. The Art Institute of Chica Stephen Maebius JV Tennis 1,2, Varsity 3,45 Sc cer 45 Key Club 1,25 Honor Rt 1,2,3,45 Los Amigos 3,45 SNI 3,45 NHS 3,45 SSHS 4. Carlos Martinez Math Team 1,2,3,45 Scien Club 1,25 NHS 2,3,45 Mu Alp Theta 2,3,45 German Club 3 president 45 Computer Clubl treasurer5 Optimist Youthi Computer Science Nominee Who's Who Among Americ High School Students 4. Trini University ieynaldo Martinez Jotball 1,2,3,43 JV Track 23 'udent Council 1,23 Rodeo Club lSADD 3g FCA 2,3,43 Los com- lneros 2,3, vice-president 33 as Amigos 4. United States rmy lay Moore Jotball 1,2,3,43 Key Club 1,23 ll District Football 43 Student Juncil 23 Golf 43 Track 13 Who's ho Among American High :hool Students 3. UT ichael Morse rotball 1,2,3,43 Latin Club 1,23 LHS 1,23 Student Council 43 onor Roll 1,2,43 National Foot- all Award. University of Penn- 'lvania. aaaaaaa eidi Muller Jlleyball 1,2,3,43 Track 1,43 Lzz Band 1,32 Academic De- ,thalon 43 Student Council 13 :tin Club 23 Speech and Dra- a Club 13 Basketball 13 Ger- an Club 3,4, secretary 43 ho's Who Among American High School Students. Carleton College Amy McFarlane Student Council 1,3,43 Cheer- leader 1,23 Spurs 33 Wranglers 13 Keywanettes 1,2,4, Class Di- rector 43 Class Officer 43 Most Representative Nominee 13 Choir 3,4, vice-president 4. UT Jim McNeel Football ls Basketball 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Key Club 1,2Q Honor Roll 1, Mu Alpha Theta 4. Stacey McWilliams Varsity Tennis 33 Keywanettes 3,43 Los Amigos 3,43 Olmos 43 SNHS 43 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 4g Honor Roll-Hon- orable Mention 4. Texas A8zM Sarah Nawrocki Varsity Swimming 1,2,3,4, cap- tain 2,3, Regional Finalist 1,2,33 Water Polo 1,2,3,4, captain 3, Class Officer 43 Quill and Scroll 3,4, president 43 Service Club 3,4, treasurer 43 NHS 3,4, secre- tary 4: Hoof Print 2,3,4, staff writer 2, managing news editor 3, editor-in-chief 4. Brown Uni- versity Gloria Ocampo JV Volleyball 1,2, Varsity 3,43 Track 3. Laura Oppenheimer Keywanettes 23 Mu Alpha The- ta 3,43 SNHS 3,43 Los Amigos 3,4: Service Club 4. Vanderbilt University Shannon Pappas JV Cross Country 1, Varsity 2,3,4, captain 3,43 Track 1,45 FCA 4g Sinfonietta 1,2,33 All-Re- gion Orchestra 3g Alamo Heights Triathalon Team 2,3,43 Student Council 2g Mu Alpha Theta 3,43 National Leadership and Service Award 3g Optimist Outstanding Youth Award Nominee 43 SSHS 43 Honor Roll- Honorable Mention 1,2,3,4. West Point or UT Katy Paty I Senior Accomplishmentsv IH 7 Senior Accomplishments Varsity Tennis 3g NAHS 43 Ol- mos 4. Texas A8zM Miles Perron Baseball 1,2,3,43 FCA 1,2,3,4j Colt League All-Star Baseball Team 3. UT Lee Ann Perry Olmos 2,33 Wranglers 13 Keywanettes 1,2,3,43 Fall Play 2g JV Tennis 2, Varsity 43 Swim- ming 43 Track 33 Spurs 33 Class Officer 1,3,43 Student Council 2,3, chaplain-historian 3g PTSO Representative 33 Homecoming Court Nominee 1. Sweetbriar College Jill Peters Cross Country 13 Track 1,2,3,43 German Club 1,2,3Q AFS 1,2,3,4, secretary 3, president 43 NAHS 4. Eleanor Phelps Wranglers 13 Keywanettes 1,2,3,4, Secretary 43 Los Amigos 2,3,4Q Los Companeros 13 Spurs 3,4, captain 43 Service Club 4: Olmos 1,3. Shannon Raines Keywanettes 1,23 Mu Alpha Theta 3,43 Service Club 3,4, sec- retary 125 SNHS 2,35 Varsity Tennis 1,23 JV Cheerleader 2, Varsity 3,43 Most Representa- 318 Senior Accomplishments tive Nominee 2,33 Homecoming Duchess 1, Nominee 2,3,43 Stu- dent Council 1,2,3,4, sergeant- at-arms 43 Wranglers 13 Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 Los Amigos 2. UT Wendy Reed Wranglers 13 Mulestall Council 13 French Club 2,33 Fall Play 2,33 Student Council 2,42 Senior Play 33 Spurs 3,4, Major 43 AFS 4. Austin College Leslie Richardson Tennis 13 Los Companeros 1,42 Wranglers 13 Keywanettes 2,33 FHA 2,33 Science Club 4. Grady Roberts Football 1,2,3,43 Key Club 1,23 Mutants 3,43 Baseball 2. TCU Lindsey Roberts Tennis 13 Key Club 1,23 Varsity Swimming 2,33 Varsity Water Polo 2,3,43 Golf 4. University of Texas Jessica Rutman Student Council 1,2,3,4, trea- surer 3, president 43 NHS 3,43 SNHS 2,3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,43 Los Amigos 2,3,43 Service Club 3,43 Academic Decathalon Team 33 Optimist Youth Award 43 DAR Good Citizen Nominee 123 Class Officer 33 Most Repre- sentative 4, Nominee 3g Nation- al Merit Finalist. Harvard Uni- versity Chrissie Sackett Choir 1,3,4, secretary 43 Latin Club 1,23 LHS 1,23 AFS 13 Mules- tall Council 1g Wranglers 1: Clown Club 23 Fall Play 3. Ben Sanders All-District Orchestra 1,2,3,43 All State Orchestra 3,43 Key Club 1,23 AFS 13 SNHS 2,3,43 NHS 3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 4g Golf 23 Basketball 43 Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 Award for Excellence in Chemistry 23 National Merit Commended Student 4. United States Air Force Academy Karla Sarran Band 1,2,3,4, vice-president 3 NHS 3,43 National Merit Sen Finalist 43 Mu Alpha Theta 2 German Club 4, parliamenta ian 43 UIL Spelling 2,3,43 Ja Band 1,33 Who's Who Amoi American High School Studen 43 Service Club 3,4Q Optimi Youth In Education Nominee Miss Teen Optimist Nominee Intramurals 4. Baylor Unive sity Collin Seals Choir 33 Latin Club 3,4, pre: dent 43 SSHS 3,45 Mu Alpf Theta 3,43 Fall Play 43 Stude Council 3,4, SMILE Committ Chairperson 43 Varsity Tenl 3,43 National Merit Semi-Fin list 4. Sandee Servin Wranglers 1,23 Rodeo Cl 1,2,3,43 Student Council NAHS 3,43 FHA 33 Mutants 3 Robert Singleton JV Cross Country 1,23 Track Soccer 43 Alamo Heigh Triathalon Team 2,3,43 SSI 3,43 Honor Roll-Honorable Me tion 1,2,3,43 Sierra Club 43 K Club 13 AFS 4. Emory Univer ty at Oxford Carter Smith Alamo Heights Triathal Team 2,3,43 Varsity Cro Country 2,3,43 Varsity Tra 2,33 Sierra Club 3,4Q Lewis a Clark College Sara Solon NFL 2,3,43 SSHS 3,45 Fren Club 3,43 Latin Club 1,2,3Q A 23 Honor Roll-Honorable M4 tion 3,4, Martha Spencer Honor Roll 13 Cheerleader Keywanettes 1,23 Wranglers Class Officer 2,33 Student Col cil 2,3,4, Freshman Orientati Chairman 3,43 Spurs 3. BU Sweetbriar Mark Stepsis Latin Club 1,2,3,4Q LNHS 5 irman Club 3,4, NHS 3,4, Na- wnal Merit Finalist 43 March- ' and Concert Band 2,3,43 Ez Band 43 Orchestra 43 Wes- ighouse Science Talent iarch Honors Group 4. Wil- ims College Lent Sterling llf 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,4, president PTSO Representative 43 Aca- mic Decathalon 3,43 SSHS 3,43 L1 Alpha Theta 2,3,43 Key Club Z3 Science Club 33 Computer ub 33 Los Amigos 3,43 Nation- Merit Commended Student 43 vtimist Youth in Education nminee 43 Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. finceton University ancie Steves :anglers 13 Cheerleader 1,2,43 Enos 1,23 Class Officer 23 In- murals 43 Service Club 3,43 urs 33 Keywanettes 1,23 Hon- T Roll-Honorable Mention 2,3,43 Homecoming Princess ,minee 4. Southern Methodist liversity 'ew Stewart ' Tennis 1, Varsity 2,3,4Q Key cb 1,23 Mutants 3,4, Chairper- 43 Student Council 4. UT air Stone ' Swimming 1,23 French Club ,33 Mule Stall Council 1, sident 1, treasurer lg Stu- t Council 13 Student Council ater Polo 23 Industrial Arts Exb 33 Mu Alpha Theta 43 CA 4, president of Alamo ,apter 4. .mmy Sykes Erching Band 13 FHA 1,3,4, .e-president 43 Twirler 2,3,4, atured 3,4. ilanda Tecuanhuey s Companeros 13 Los Amigos ,4, sergeant-at-arms 3, trea- er 43 Wranglers 13 Keywan- es 1,2,3,4, sergeant-at-arms NHS 2,3,43 Honor Roll 2,3,43 rvice Club 4. en Terrell rsity Track 1,2,3,43 Football ,3,43 Honor Roll 2,3,43 Who's o Among American High ool Students 43 Mu Alpha Theta 4. Stephanie Thaggard National Forensic League 2,3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 43 Girl's State 3, attorney general 33 Honor Roll-Honorable Mention 2,3,43 NFL degree of distinction 4. UT Tadd Thomas Bsketball 1, Varsity 2,3,43 Track 1,23 FCA 2,3,43 DKU Ashleigh Travis Wranglers lg Keywanettes 1,2,3,4, treasurer 43 Los Com- paneros 2,33 Los Amigos 43 Spurs 3,4, treasurer 4. Omar Valdez Honor Roll-Honorable Mention 1,2,3,43 Golf 13 Mu Alpha Theta 3,45 Key Club 13 Baseball 3,43 Student Council 3,43 Class Offi- cer 43 Mutants 33 Most Repre- sentative Nominee 33 Computer Club 4, secretary 4. Richard Vazquez Los Companeros 3g Football 3,4. Lori Walk Drama 13 Choir 2,3,43 Plays 1,2,3,43 SSHS 3,43 Student Coun- cil 2,33 Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 French Club 1,2,33 German Club 3g Wranglers 13 Academic De- cathalon Team 43 Who's Who Among American High School Students3 National Merit Com- mended Student 4. Joe Warren Football 3,43 First Team All- District Punter 43 All City Hon- orable Mention 43 Track 3. Donald Wayne Golf 1,2,3,4, captain 43 NHS 3,4, vice-president 43 SNHS 3,4, treasurer 43 Honor Roll 1,2,3,4Q Key Club 1,25 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,4Q Los Companeros 1,23 Los Amigos 3,43 SSHS 43 Sigma Psi Omega 3,43 Computer Club 33 Optimist Youth In Religion Nominee 4. Tufts University Anne West Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 Wranglers 2, secretary 23 Keywanettes 1,2,3,4, sergeant-at-arms 2, vice-president 3, reporter 3, president 43 Los Companeros 13 Los Amigos 2,3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 3,43 NHS 3,43 SNHS 2,3,43 SSHS 3,4Q FHA 2g Girl's State Nominee 33 Who's Who Among American High School Students 3,43 Cheerleader 3,43 Homecom- ing Duchess Nominee 3, Queen 4, Nominee for Princess 43 Foot- ball Sweetheart 33 Most Repre- sentative Nominee 3,43 Most Popular Senior3 Service Club 3,4, vice-president 43 Student Council 1,2,3. UT Janie West Wranglers 13 JV Cheerleader 23 Homecoming Duchess Nominee 2, Queen Nominee 43 Class Offi- cer 2,33 Student Council 2,3,4, SMILE Chairman 43 Spurs 3,4, Major 4. TCU David Whellan Varsity Tennis 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,43 Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,4, treasurer 43 SSHS 43 Los Companeros 2,3, presi- dent 33 Sigma Psi Omega 3,43 LHS 23 Latin Club 1,23 Intra- murals 3,4. Jim Williams District Tennis Champion 1, Re- gional Champion 13 State Quar- terfinalist 1, All District 1, All Region 1, All State 1, Texas Sectionals Champion 23 Key Club 13 DECA 4. Susan Witkowski Senior Accomplishments 319 Senior Accomplishments Wranglers 13 Clown Club 13 Keywanettes 1,23 AFS 2,3, vice- president 33 Choir 2,32 Mu Alpha Theta 2,35 NHS 33 Spurs 33 Fall Play 1,23 Service Club 33 NFL 3. Sara Zeigler Fall Play 1,2,43 Debate 2,3,43 NFL 2,3,4, president 3,45 Sewanee Award for Excellence 33 Outstanding Forensic Com- petitor 43 NHS 3,4, secretary 43 French Club 2,3,4, officer 3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 3,43 Wranglers 13 National Merit Commended Student. Greg Zuschlag Key Club 1,23 Student Council 1,2,3,4, Intramural Chairman.2, parliamentarian 3, vice-presi- dent 43 Class Officer 1,25 FCA 2,33 Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,33 Basketball 1g Intramurals 2,3,43 Boy's State 43 NHS 3,43 , Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 SSHS 2,3,4, sergeant-at-arms A 43 Mu Alpha Theta 2. 5 f 1 1 4 --- ------ ----- r ' 0 l Memoriam ,gn-ff ,Q-my 5' TTTW, "" Peacock Sean Kellam Index A Abad, Robert 147, 63 Abbey, Amy 84, 200, 207, 218, 232, 233, 243 ACKLES, MS. CAROL 146, 204 Acosta, Ernest 63 Acosta, Lisa 63 Adame, Albert 63, 203 Adams, Andrew 84, 247, 272 Adams, Kay 62, 219 Adelman, Robert 98, 225 Affleck, Linda 98, 109 AFS 211 Aguilar, Antonio 116 Ahlstrom, Rhae 222 Akers, Floyd 98 Akers, Frank 116 Akin, Nancy 98 Albin, Jeffery 116 Alcala, Gary Alcala, Mark Alden, Danal 63, 238, 239, 240, 272 Alfonsin, Carlos 234 Alfonsin, Horacio 57 Allen, Myles 98, 242 Allison, Christopher 116 Alonzo, Jesse 151, Altum, John 54, 63 Alvarado, Jesusita 84, 223 Alvarado, Joseph 63 Alvarado, Rosemary 63 Alvarado, Theresa 63, 222 ANDERSON, MS. CLAIRE 158 ANDERSON, MRS. LINDA 187, 140, 143 Anderson, Pamela 64, 244 Andrews, Wendell 98 Aranda, Felipe 98, 153, 257, 270 Aranda, Salvador 64 Archer, Aurora 207, 232 Archer, John 54, 60, 64, 210, 227 Archer, Stephen 37, 82, 84, 232 Archer, Violeta 45, 206, 218 Armstrong, William 84, 120, 242, 243, 272 Arnold, Michael 192, 116 ART HONOR SOCIETY 204 ARZAMENDI, MRS. LYDIA 160, 234 Astleford, John 98, 269 Atwell, Betty 84 322 Index B Baily, Bethany 116, 121, 186 Baird, Caroline 116, 234, 274 Baird, Melissa 116 Baker, Nancy 64 Baker, Sally 64, 192, 217, 219, 274, 275 Bakke, Joe 84 Ballesteros, Mark 116, 243 BALTER, MR. ROY 48, 137 BALTES, MISS SUSAN 143, 207 Banack, Courtney 65, 232 BAND 280 Bankerd, Wendy 65, 217 Banks, Brian 84 Banks, Rhonda 65 Barba, Gregory 116 Barnes, John 65, 238 Barrera, David 116 Barrera, Jesus 98 Barrera, Sylvia 45, 65 Barton, Christopher 84 BASEBALL 276 BASKETBALL 256 Basse, Christian 116, 119 Batey, Blyth 65 Batey, Schyler 116, 264, 265 Bayless, Emily 98, 203, 211 Beauchamp, John 37, 82, 83, 84, 157, 199, 200, 209, 217, 259, 260 BEARD, MRS. SALLY 138, 42 Bebinger, David 61, 62, 65, 247, 238, 272 Beck, Robert 116 BELLINGER, MRS. LINDA 154 Bellis, Edwin 84, 93, 238, 272, 273 Beltran, Joseph 98 Benavides, John 264, 265 Bench, Gerald 65, 238 Bench, Ginger 98 Benedum, Chistian 84, 219 Benesch, Scott 98 Benjamin, Christopher 65 Bennett, Lori 45, 60, 65, 178, 179, 192, 193, 198 Berndt, Alexandra 65, 223 BERNHARD, MRS. NELL 138 Bienek, Floyd 116 Blanchard, Stacey 84, 211 Blanton, Carolyn 98, 230 Blanton, Catherine 99 Bleakney, Philip 116, 270, 271 Bode, Byron 84, 263, 230 BOGGESS, JR. MR. CHARLES 54, 140, 154, 256 Boggess, Ivan 99 Bohls, Chalmer 203, 211 Bone, James 54, 65, 206 Bonner, Catherine 116, 274 Borrego, Diana 99 Bothe, Melissa 49, 99, 185, 232 Bowen, Harry 83, 84, 199, 200, 207, 217 Bowen, Shannon 84 Bowland, Christopher 99, 242 Boyer, Theodore 54, 65 Boysen, Heather 116 Boysen, Ian 85, 192 Bradford, Stacey 116, 230 Brame, Chris 242 Branch, Wilkes 99, 242 Brannon, Sean 116 Bratton, Lisa 65 Brenan, Heather 85 BREYMANN, MS. KAREN 69, 1 BRIDGES, MR. JOHN 180 Brinkley, Thomas 85, 227 Bristow, Jessica 117 Bristow, Tiffany 217 Britton, Michael 97, 216, 217, 22 Brown, Alanna 117, 192 Browning, Catherine 37, 117, 11 Browning, Eloise 82, 85, 227, 23 Browning, Jennifer 200, 261 Browning, Shane 272 Bruhn, Kirsten 65 Bryant, Sarah 85, 227 Buckley, Kristen 117, 128 Buescher, Stephen 65 Burgaro, Patrice 117 Burleson, Krys 24, 85 Burmeister, Charles 117 Burmeister, Maritha 85 Burpo, Jeffery 99 Buzzini, Byron 85, 217 BYRD, MR. DON 148, 272 Caillet, J. B. 65 Calgaard, Kent 117 Callahan, Patrick 117, 155 Callahan, Debra 99, 187, 200 I Calvo, Cynthia 117 Calzoncit, Nicholas 99, 225 i Calzoncit, Suzanne 99, 200, 207, 211, 230 Campbell, William 14, 35, 66, 21 238, 279 Canales, Bobby 242, 272 Canavan, Emily 117, 126 Canavan, John 99, 242, 238 Cantu, John 99 lantu, Rita 99 Chapa, Rosalinda 117 Iarnovale, Jennifer 117 Chapman, Oscar 99 IAROL, MRS. ELAINE 151 CHEERLEADERS 176, 184 IARPENTER, MS. VEANNA 158 Chesney, Deborah 14, 62, 66, 185, Iarreon, Selina 66 217, 219 Iarrisalez, Yolanda 66 Choice, Cynthia 86 Barter, Darla 45, 66, 199, 230 CHOIR 212 Iarter, Stephanie 117 Chumney, Roxanna 99, 217 Iashel, Mary 85, 148, 199, 200, Church, Lisbeth 117, 274 202, 208, 209 Church, William 99 Iastillo, Angie 66, 223 Cibildak, Aysel 86, 199, 200, 209, Castillo, Fernando 117 210 Tastillo, Mellisa 117 Cibildak, Ayten 117, 263 tastillo, Reuben 216, 238, 242 Clifton, Michelle 117 Iastillo, Stephen 117, 243 Clifton, Paul 117, 247 Iastleberry, King 117 COBB, MR. ANDY 158 Iastoreno, Ernest 66, 217 Cocke, Martha 200, 207, 217, 252, Iastoreno, Richard 99, 217, 242 266 Iastrejana, Kelley 85 Coiner, Catherine 99, 159 llastro, Allen 85, 200, 204, 211, COLLINS, MS. ANNE 156 L229 COMER, MR. ROBERT 159, 206 ,authorn, Charles 25, 85, 201 COMPUTER CLUB 225 authorn, Patrick 117, 141 Conklin, John 99, 257 azort, Cynthia 85, 207, 217, 219 Conklin, Louise 49, 99 hacon, Yvette 85 Connelly, Kimberly 45, 66, 217, hambers, James 66, 204, 217, 218 238 CONTASOS, MARIA 139 hambers, Melinda 86 Contreras, Ramon 99, 206 hambers, Tami 66 Cooper, Christopher 66, 272, 273 hapa, Adriana 117, 244 Cooper, Ronald 45, 47, 66, 81, 200 Cooper, Russell 117, 229, 247 Coronel, Jorge 67 Cortez, Stephen 118 Covarrubia, Larry 99, 247 Covarrubias, Debra 118 Cowan, Emory 86 COX, MR. CURTIS 151 Cox, Jessica 86, 141, 263 COX, DR. JOANNE FURTEK 156 COX, MISS PEGGY Craig, Sean 118 Creamer, Bowen 66, 238, 240 Crews, David 47, 86, 238, 257 Crews, Stephanie 118, 131 Crofts, Ellen 118 Crofts, Thomas 86, 195 Crone, John 99, 257 Crosby, Kevin 118 Crosby, Patrick 67 CROSS COUNTRY 247 Crowley, Dohan 118 Crystal, James 60, 67, 199, 200, 209, 232, 259 Crystal, Sanford 99, 200, 206, 229 Cuba, Donald 86, 257 Cunningham, John 25, 67 Curry, Susan 86, 227 p D Index 323 Index Dao, le 100 Dao, Man 67, 247 Davidson, Marshall 242, 257, 272 Davila, Julie 118, 244 Davis, Corina 118 Davis, Garrett 118, 264 Davis, Lee 67, 234 Davis, Lisa 86 Davis, Rebecca 26, 100, 252, 253, 260, 261 Dean, John 45, 54, 67, 200, 209, 217 Dean, Robert 100 DECA 223 Deegear, James 118 Deleon, Gilbert 67, 216 Deleon, Javier 67 Deleon, Johnny 100 Delgado, David 67 Delmer, Susan 100 Dennison, Matthew 100, 231 Devine, Robert 86, 272 Dewall, Stacy 100, 185, 232 Dewees, Kathleen 100, 204 Dikes, Stacy 118 Dillard, Gina 86 Dillon, Reilly 67, 183 Dittman, Jeremy 118 Doherty, Seana 86 Dorbandt, Cindy 96, 100, 217 Dounson, Derwin 68, 247, 272 Dounson, Gerald 68, 247, 272 Dounson, Jenise 118 DREEBEN, MR. ALAN 134 Dreeben, Lisa 100, 192 Dreyer, Dain 118, 259 Drolla, Jennifer 100, 274, 275 Drought, Heather 118 Drought, Shelly 68 Due, Jay 118 Duignan, John 118, 123, 264 Dulaney, Monnie 100, 274, 275 Duncan, Edgar 68 Dunlap, Kristen 86 Dunlap, Scott 100 Duperier, Frank 25, 100, 207, 264, 265 Dupre, Marc 54, 68, 255 Duxstad, Sarah 100 EARLE, MRS. NILA 151 EDMONSON, MRS. LOU 138 Edmonson, Robert 68, 231 Edwards, Darrell 119 Ellington, Elisa 86 324 Index Embrey, Bridget 101 Embrey, Stacey 101, 177 Embrey, Trey 101, 103, 257 Emery, James 25, 101 ENG, MR. JOHNNIE 143, 232 Engelke, Emilie 68, 219, 274 Engels, Tara 68 English, Robert 119 Escamilla, John 86, 195, 198 Escamilla, Laura 119 Escobar, Alvaro 101 Escobar, Arthur 119, 259 Espinosa, Deanna 119, 274 EVERETT, MISS LEE ANNE 1.55, 244 Eyester, John 101 Ezzell, Ehren 101, 227 F Fairall, Laurin 68 FALCON, MRS. CONNIE 139 Falcon, Sergio 68 Falls, Michael 54, 68, 150, 256 Farias, Paul 119 Farmer, Maria 119 Farrimond, Cathryn 119, 185 Farrimond, Elizabeth 115, 119, 185 Farrimond, James 68, 217 Fast, Lawren 101, 216, 263 Faulkner, Craig 101 FEARING, MRS. GLENNA 138 Fellbaum, John 68 Fellbaum, Shawn 100, 101 Felts, Brian 119 FENLEY, MR. GAYLARD 148, 239 Fernandez, Richard 119 Feuerbacher, Paul 60, 68, 195, 204, 205, 209 FHA 219 Fichtner, Charles 101, 200, 232, 263 Fielden, Guy 119 Filio, Frank 101 Filio, Jose 119 Finch, Jayna 101 FINK, MR. BRUCE 247 Fischnar, Mishelle 244 Fisher, Darrell 224 Fitch, John 101, 200, 206, 207, 232 Fitch, Tamara 82, 86, 87, 156, 199, 200, 207, 218, 232, 261 FITCH, DR. WILLIAM 134 Flannery, Sylvia 86, 156, 232, 261 Fleming, Julie 86 FLETCHER, MRS. PATRICIA 12 Flores, Blanca 119 Flores, Jose 87, 89, 257 Flores, Maria 87 FOERSTER, MR. PAUL 148, 201 FOOTBALL 238 FORD, JON 134 Ford, Jon 101, 242 Foreman, James 87 Forgy, Anita 101 Forgy, Catherine 101 Forsythe, Jane 87 Foster, David 87, 242 Frank, Laura 119 Fraser, Terri 87 Freitas, Pedro 68, 211 Fuhrmann, Carl 242 Fulton, Michael 119, 270 Fulton, Stewart 101 Furrh, Charles 68 Galloway, Catherine 119, 243, 253, 264 Galloway, Debra 68, 179, 213 Galvan, Javier 102 Garcia, Corina 68, 207, 218, 244 GARCIA, MRS. ENRIQUETA 16 Garcia, Federico 119, 242 Garcia, Irene 102, 244 Garcia, Joanne 119 Garcia, Jose 68 Garcia, Rafael 87, 242 Garcia, Troy 102, 216 Gardner, Michael 102 GARRETT, MR. GORDON 54, 15 Garnett, Kathryn 87, 199, 207, 218 Gary, Darlene 102 Garza, Javier 102, 243 Garza, Maria 120 Garza, Marycla 102 Garza, Mike 54, 68, 192 Garza, Patricia 120 Garza, Rudolph 243 Garza, William 119, 243 George, Perry 54, 87, 255 GERMAN CLUB 231 I Gessner, Jocelyn 120 Gibson, Terri 87 Gilchrist, John 87, 242, 257 Giles, Helen 102 Gleeson, Fredrick 102 Glover, Amy 102, 185, 217, 218, 228 l l l Goldsbury, Margaret 102, 110 Goldsmith, Ruth 120 GOLF 270 Gomez, Martha 102, 249, 274, 275 Gonzaba, Manuel 102 GONZALES, MRS. MARILYN 140 Gonzales, Melissa 87, 234 Gonzales, Rebecca 249 GOODRUM, MR. KEN 136, 274 Gordon, Stephanie 87, 224 Goyette, Carmen 68, 200 Gragg, Roger 102 Graham, Carl 102 raham, Monte 87 reen, Rochelle 120, 152 Green, Susan 87 Green, Thomas 120 Greer, Victoria 69, 274 Grieshaber, Shelley 102 GROSS, DR. CALVIN 48, 135 Groos, Gretchen 218, 69 ,Groos, Lieschen 102 Guajardo, Larry 120 Guardia, Stephanie 45 Guenther, Jack 120 Guerra, Elique 120 Guerrero, Veronica 102 Guevara, Carmelita 69 Guggenhiem, Regina 87, 199, 200, 203, 213 Gulley, Shawn 69, 216, 238, 239, 243, 277 Gutierrez, Irma 103, 274 Guzman, Laura 120 Haden, William 120 Hahn, Bobby 87, 238, 242, 272 Hale, Babette 223 Hall, Patricia 69 Hall, Douglas 231 Hallstead, Jeffery 120 Halter, Laura 103, 232, 263 HALTER, MR. RICHARD 134 Hammond, Walter 114, 120, 264 Hamner, Walter 243 Handy, Glee 103, 109 Hann, George 103 HARBORDT, MRS. DOROTHY 161 Harden, Timothy 103 Hardwick, Christin 83, 87, 192 Hardy, Bradley 120, 128 Harkrader, Trent 120 Harper, Wilma 120 272, 273 Harris, Teresa 88, 274 Harrison, Emily 44, 69, 179, 192, 199, 232 Harrison, Tara 88 Hart, Edward 103, 200 Hart, Thomas 44, 57, 69, 161, 209, 217 Hartman, Michael 120 HARVEY, MRS. PEARL 139 HARWELL, MS. CHRISTINE 140 Hatch, Stacy 103 Hayne, Walter 88, 200, 257 Hays, Gregory 141 Hellums, Jesse 88, 109, 238 Henderson, Jayne 103 HENDRIX, DR. DON 135 Henry, David 103 Herff, Ferdinand 61, 63, 70, 217, 259, 260 Hernandez, Antonio 88 Hernandez, Emilio 120 Hernandez, Joe 70 Hernandez, Jonas 103 Hernandez, Laura 70 Hernandez, Monica 103, 224 Hernandez, Rachel 120 Hernandez, Rebecca 70, 244 Herndon, Elizabeth 88, 227 Herrera, Genevie 120 Herrera, Juan 103, 121 Herrera, Kelly 103, 227, 270 Herrera, Patricia 70, 223 Hertel, Lindsey 70 HEWITT, MR. MARK 156, 216, 277 Hickman, James 217 Hickman, Sandi 103, 107 HINES, MR. GILBERT 155, 272 Hinson, Shelly 103, 211 Hohenberger, Anne 70, 232 Hoke, Emma 103 Hollenbaugh, Earl 222 Holleron, Dayna 114, 121, 130, 185 Hollingshead, Scott 121, 155 Holt, Teresa 88, 252, 253, 266, 267 Holzhausen, Chris 88, 238, 272 HOOFPRINT 194 Hooper, Stacy 70 Hooper, Stephanie 70 Horn, Rachel 88, 185, 207, 232 HORTA, MRS. MIMI 140, 143 HORVATH, MRS. BARBARA 138 HOSA 223 Houser, Eliot 257 Hovenden, John 45, 70, 199, 200, Harris, David 103, 200, 229, 242, 209, 210, 227, 270 Hrdlicka, Mary 71, 192 Huff, Mary 103, 185 Huffmeyer, William 103, 234 Hughbanks, Paul 71, 199, 200 Hughey, Timothy 121 Humphries, April 121, 244, 274 Hunter, Russell 70 Huntress, Robert 115, 121, 195, 247 Huntress, William 157, 247 Hutcheson, Eric 103 Hutchins, Carman 121 Hutchins, Richard 88 Hutchison, Deanne 103 Hyatt, Virginia 103, 189 ldrogo, Adriana 121 Ingle, Joe 88, 143 Ingram, Barbara 121 Inoue, Jun 88 Irvine, Kristen 121 Issleib, Michelle 88, 90 Jackson, Sonia 88 Jacobs, Gregory 121 Jahn, Carin 121 Jameson, Belinda 71 Johnston, Anne 114,115, 121, 185 JOHNSTON, MRS. CHESLEY W. 134 Johnston, Kathryn 37, 82, 83, 88, 261 Jonas, Russel 60, 62, 71, 216, 234, 238, 241, 279 Jones, Bradley 269 Jones, Chad 88 Jones, Gregory 121, 124 Jones, Justin 88 Jordan, Jay 104 Jordan, Sarah 121, 252, 267 JOSEPHSON, MRS. GAIL 152 Jowers, Robert 121 Jaurez, Lazaro 121, 263 Kale, Jennifer 122, 219 Kasch, Lisa 263 Index 325 Langford, Kieth 122 I n dex KATZ, MRS. KAREN 144, 233 Kazen, Jeffery 104 Keahey, Hilary 104, 211 Keidel, Werner 122, 263 Keil, Amy 104, 217 Kell, Jennifer 104, 111, 2 261 Kellam, Sean 112, 321 Kelley, Vanna 88 00, 203, KELSEY, MRS. HELEN 138 Kercheville, Jana 122 Kessler, James 71 Kestly, Susan 122 Keuper, Jeffery 71, 122, 142 KEYWANETTES 220 Killan, Hunter 216 King, Leslie 104 King, Wesley 71 Kiobassa, Amy 122, 126 KIRBY, DORRIS 139 Kirk, Melissa 104 Kirkman, Timothy 122 Kitagawa, Nakamichi 71 Kleck, Edgar 88, 238 Klein, Amy 122 Knox, Kieth 104, 200 Koceruk, Deborah 45, 46, 122, 227 Kocerek, Dorothy 86, 89, 199, 200, 211, 213 Koceruk, Emily 89, 249, 250, 274, 275 ' Koceruk, Patricia 89, 204, 274 Kopecky, Caroline 118, 122 Kopplow, Carrie 96, 104, 192, 217 Korbell, 'Caroline 104, 112 Kosty, John 71 Kownslar, Edward 71, 192, 193, 199, 229 KOWNSLAR, MRS. MARGUERITE 140, 141 Kregor, Leah 44, 45, 46, 71, 199, 200, 212, 218 Kregor, Matthew 104 Kuegor, John 122 Kurtz, Christian 104, 227 Lam, Phudng 122 Lambrecht, Nichlas 122, 243, 272 Lamm, Deborah 72, 199, Lamm, Richard 89 Lamm, Sharon 217, 230 Lander, Charles 104 Landry, Erich 104 Lang, Nathan 89 326 Index 206, 209 Langmore, Marie 72, 192 Lanhaus, Miroslav 72, 224, 234 Lathrop, Susan 104 LATIN CLUB 206 LATIN HONOR SOCIETY 210 Laughlin, Janet 89 Lawhon, Annie 122 Lawrence, Sharon 122, 131 Lawrence, Stacey 104, 207 Leal, John 122 Leatherland, Sara 104, 230 Ledwig, Cynthia 104, 206, 211, 219 LEE, MR. MARTINE 139, 195 Leflore, Elizabeth 72, 217, 218 Leflore, James 61, 122 LEIZEAR, DR. JANE L. 134, 136 Lew, Anne 104, 200, 206 Lew, April 89, 211 Lew, Lisa 89, 211 Lipscomb, Mike 104 Little, John 89 Lively, Deborah 24, 89, 122 LLoyd, David 122, 263 Long, Anne 100, 104 Longoria, Daniel 243 Lopez, Consuelo 123, 244 Lopez, Maria 122 Lopez, Melissa 72 Lopez, Sandra 72 Lord, Jay 25, 104, 227, 242, 272 Lord, Payton 89 LOS AMIGOS 232 LOS COMPANEROS 228 LOUIE, MRS. IRMA 160 Lozano, Maria 104, 244, 245, 274 Luhnow, David 89 LUNA, MRS. JANIE 138 Luna, Laura 104, 159, 274 Luna, Marisol 72, 204, 211, 217 Luna, Phillip 72 IVI Macdonald, Diedre 123 Madrid, Amy 89 Maebius, Elizabeth 72, 229, 234, 274 Maebius, Stephen 70, 72, 199, 200, 207 Maeder, Leila 104, 211 Magruder, Amy 90 Malakoff, James 123, 259, 263 Malakoff, Micheal 90, 259 Mallory, Stacey 123 Mann, Carol 104 Marcus, Gregory 104, 269 Marker, Suzanne 123 Markwardt, Peter 83, 90, 217, 238, 272 Marosis, Anastasia 123 Marsh, Brenda 90 Marth, Jennifer 104, 200, 207, 217, 274 Martin, Andrea 104, 141 Martin, Cynthia 123 Martin, Nancy 90 Martinez, Adriana 123 Martinez, Carlos 45, 72, 200, 22 230 Martinez, Cynthia 123 Martinez, David 72, 123, 159, 21 Martinez, Elisabeth 103, 104, 15 217, 219 Martinez, Fernando 105 Martinez, Irene 123 Martinez, James 105 Martinez, Jose 105, 272 Martinez, Larry 105 Martinez, Lilian 12 Martinez, Mary 45, 90 Martinez, Orlando 90 MARTINEZ, MR. PAUL 139 Martinez, Reynaldo 72, 238 Martinez, Ruben 123 MASSA, MS. MARILYN 149 Mathesen, Seneca 90 Mathis, Daniel 105 Natsumoto, Tomohiko 72, 211 Maverick, Heather 105, 206, 22' MAYER, MRS. FRANCES 139 MC COLLAR, MS. THERESA 16 McCallum, John 120, 123, 217 McCarthy, Sarah 123, 249 McCarthy, Steve 247 . McClain, Kirt 123 McClane, Len 123, 274 McClellan, Kevin 123 McCrary, Carter 90 cCrary, Gavin 216 cCollough, Michell 105, 187 C CURDY, MISS MARYANNE 140, 144, 210 cCutcheon, James 19, 90, 207, 217, 247, 272 cDowell, Katie 104, 206, 261 cEldowney, Harding 217, 238 cFarlane, Amy 60, 72, 217 cFarling, Mary 123 cGarraugh, John 105 cGarraugh, Julia 72 cGee, James 105, 238, 242 cGraw, Alexander 123 clnnis, Annie 90, 206, 217 clnnis, Henry 122, 123 cNamee, Josephine 123 cNeel, Albert 124, 243 cNee1, James 12, 54, 73, 216, 217 :Pherson, Jennifer 219 S PHERSON, MISS RUBY 137 :Williams, Stacey 73, 192, 232 :Williams, Stephen 85, 90, 238, Montemayor, Mario 124 Moore, Christopher 114, 124 Moore, Clay 73, 148, 240, 238, 239 Moore, Eric 73, 238 Moore, Jettie 74 MOORE, MRS. PAULA 156, 211 Moore, Rise 124 Moorman, Ramona 84, 90 Moreno, Robert 125, 243 MORRIS, MS. MAGGIE 155, 270 Morris, Micheal 91, 225 Morse, Micheal 44, 46, 217, 238 Morse, Tracy 186 Moses, Anne 91 Moses, John 125 MOYA, MR. REUBEN 139 MU ALPHA THETA 200 Muellich, Missy 194, 195 Mukherjee, Abhijit 74, 125 Muller, Muller, Munoz, Munoz, Munoz, Hans 106, 227 Heidi 45, 47, 74, 218, 244 Daniel 91, 106 David 242 Delia 125 272 eador, Orvis 105 eador, Robert 124 edina, Laura 105 edina, Manuel 90, 242, 272 edina, Modesto 73 266 ellor, Douglas 105, 206, 227, 247, 272 zndiola, Mario 124 zngden, Benjamin 124 angden, Stephanie 47, 90, 148, L99, 200, 204, 209, 218 anger, Allison 124, 185 anger, Catherine 90, 263 anger, Jennifer 105, 111, 161, 202, 203, 229, 264 enke, David 124 ERRIWEATHER, MRS. VIRGINA 73, 138 essink, Paulene 73, 234 eyers, William 90, 238 lddleton, Benjamin 33, 69, 180, l83, 270 ddleton, Hilary 73, 124 keska, Eric 105 lam, Virginia 124, 234 ller, Donald 105, 200, 257 ller, Robert 124, 207 llet, Tony 124 llikin, Christopher 73 randa, Elizabeth 124 JAD, MR. DAVID 152 Jck, Deborah 90 Jjica, Zerlinda 105 Jnreal, Cindy 105 Musgrave, Cebern 91 Myer, Martha 91, 192 N Nash, John 74 Nawrocki, Elizabeth 91 Nawrocki, Sarah 46, 60, 74, 195, 198, 206, 218, 252 Neira, Yvette 125, 142 Nelson, Lynn 74 Nelson, Shawnee 125 Nentwich, Cory 82, 207, 209 Newman, Ronald 74 NEWTON, MR. BARNEY 136 Newton, Jonathan 91, 156, 230, 242 NFL 203 Ngo, Thao 91 NHS 199 NORMAN, MRS. MARY 141 Norwood, Davetta 74, 223 Noto, Antoinett 106 Nowotny, Anastasia 74, 211, 274 O'Bryan, Molly 91 Ocampo, Gloria 74, 244, 245 Okeefe, Kathleen 125 Olfers, Tracey 106 Oliver, Harriett 91 Oliver, Rees 106 Oliver, Rhonda 91 OLMOS 194 Olson, Martita 74 Olson, Minette 106, 234, 249, 274, 275 OLVERA, MRS. ESPERANZA 144 O'Neill, Kathleen 37, 81, 91, 185, 217 O'Neill, Leslie 96, 106, 274 O'Neal, Shannon 106 Ontiveros, Jo Ann 125 Ontiveros, Sandy 106 Oppenheimer, Laura 74 Oppenheimer, Marion 96, 106, 261, 262 OREM, MR. HARRY B. 135 Ortiz, Albert 89 O'Toole, Lori 106 Owens, Ronald 106 OXFORD, MR. LARRY 16, 155, 261, 262, 263 Palmieri, Anna 1 25 Pappas, Matthew 106, 200, 230, 247 Pappas, Shannon 47, 74, 200, 247, 272 Paredes, Cliff 125, 243, 248 Parker, Amy 75, 195 PARKER, MR. BOB 161, 196 Parker, George 91 Parker, Laura 106, 212 Paschal, Angela 91 Patterson, Anna 106, 229, 252, 253, Patton, Brett 92 Paty, Katy 75, 192, 204 Pavlik, Daniel 92 Payne, Monica 125 Peacock, Brandt 106, 231 Peche, William 106, 107, 110 Perez, Anita 125 Perkins, Ashley 24, 92 Perron, Miles 75, 216 Perron, Tracy 106 Perry, Lee Ann 60, 217, 266 Persful, Heather 75, 125 Peters, James 125 Peters, Jill 194, 195, 204, 211, 274 275 Peterson, Kert 75, 272, 273 Index 327 Index Petty, Scott 75 Pfeiffer, Lori 75, 100, 107 Pfeil, Patrick 92 Phelps, Eleanor 75, 142, 218 Phelps, Katie 75, 159 Phillips, Elizabeth 126 Pitluk, Jeffrey 126, 243 Pitts, Danielle 107 Pletz, Amy 118, 126 Pluchinsky, Ke-lie 126, 274 Pluchinsky, Shannon 92 Pogue, Jennifer 126, 274 Poremba, Christine 107 Potter, Chrissie 82, 92, 157, 199, 209, 217, 274 Poulter, Natalie 92 Prevost, Tara 107 Price, Jeffrey 107 Price, Tanya 126 Pritchett, Bryan 75, 200, 269 PRUETT, MRS. JOY 158 QUINN, DR. MARY ELLEN 141, 159 Quirk, John 107, 242 Quirk, Margaret 92 Quirk, Melissa 107 R Radl, Alison 76 Radl, Courtney 126 Raines, Jane 76 Raines, Shannon 76, 185 Ramirez, Ann 107 Ramirez, Christina 92 Ramirez, Jesse 126 Ramirez, Jessica 126 Ramseur, Raquel 92, 177 Randol, James 95, 222 Rangel, Leticia 92 RANSON, MRS. SUZIE 140 Raphael, Daniel 225 Raphael, Suzette 92, 199, 200 Ravicz, Mara 107, 203 Raymond, Amy 107, 155, 228 Redmond, Donald 126, 247, 272 Redmond, James 92, 145, 200, 232 Reed, Bart 107 Reed, Brett 92 Reed, Wendelin 211, 217 REEN, MRS. PAULA 139 328 Index Reeves, Audrey 92 Reininger, Kate 92, 275 Reininger, Phillip 54, 76, 238 Reiton, Angela 92, 245, 246 Reiton, Brenda 127, 252, 265 Reiton, Derrick 76, 200, 264, 265 Rendon, Joseph 127 Resendiz, Jorge 150 Rey, Nestor 107, 204 REYNOLDS, MR. HAROLD 147, 180 Rhame, Joshua 107 Rice, Christopher 93 Richards, Darra 107, 230 Richardson, Leslie 76, 206 Richie, Ross 127, 243 RICKS, MS. CARLYNN 149, 200 Rico, Santiago 76 Ridgill, John 127, 247 RIGGS, MR. GUY 159 RIORDAN, MRS. SANDRA 141, 146 Ripps, Leigh 93, 261, 262 Rivas, Nancy 107 Rivira, Leticia 93 Rivira, Richard 127 Rivira, Tina 127 Roberts, Grady 57, 76, 238 Roberts, Lindsey 76 Robinson, Jeffrey 127 Rodgers, Sara 76 RODRIGUES, ANGLIE 139 Rodriguez, Chandra 127 Rodriguez, Ernest 107 Rodriguez, Graciela 105, 107 Rodriguez, Nelda 108 Rodriguez, Teresa 76, 222 Rodriguez, William 103 Rork, Patrick 127 Rork, Sharon 93 Rosado, Carlos 108 Rosas, Gregory 127 Rosas, Richard 77 Rosenbaumglass, James 127 Roundtree, Pamela 123 ROWLAND, MR. DELBERT 116, 136 Rubio, Debra 93, 269 Rubio, Ruben 238 Rubio, Ruben 108 Rutherford, John 263 Ruch, Doug 108 Russo, David 108, 113 Rutherford, John 108 Rutland, Claire 127 Rutman, Jessica 44, 45, 57. 61, 77, 217, 218 Rutman, Nathaniel 108, 200, 207, 225, 232 Saarinen, Miikka 77, 211 Sackett, Christine 77, 246 Sackett, Robert 127 Safady, Sandy 127 SALAZAR, MR. JUAN 139 Salazar, Leticia 128 Saldana, Humberto 128 Saldona, Marisa 93 Salony, David 97, 101, 108, 200, 206 Sanchez, Micheal 77 Sanchez, Shawn 128 Sanders Benjamin 46, 54, 77, 19 Sanders Thomas 44, 108, 215, 263 Sandoval, Margarita 128 Sandoval, Ramon 77 Sandoval, Ricardo 77 Sandoval, Teresa 93 Sanmarco, Cynthia 128, 130 SANS SOUCI 229 . SARRAN, MRS. JANETT 138 Sarran, Karla 44, 77, 199, 230, 231 Sarran, Krista 77, 223 Sarran, Stephen 128 Satel, Elizabeth 93, 207, 209, 217 Sauceda, Angela 128 Savage, John 108 Savage, Micheal 128, 243 Scarsella, Richard 77, 238 SCHERMER, MRS. ELAINE 211 Schmidt, Amy 93, 206, 209 Schneider, Jenny 128 Schneider, Susan 108 Schraeder, Lucy 108 Schroeder, George 62, 77, 238, 239, 240, 272 Schuhmacher, Harry 108, 200 Schupbach, Robert 108, 192, 270 SCHWAB, MR. GERALD 145, 15 Schwartz, David 109, 230, 200, 232 Schwartz, Julian 109, 203, 234, 242, 272 Schwartzman, Kenneth 122, 128 Schweers, Catherine 128 Schweers, Roy 93, 192, 193, 198 SCIENCE CLUB 206 Scott, Joe 88. 93 Scott, Stephanie 84, 93, 199, 207 217, 232 SEAHOLM, MR. JOHN 34, 257 Seals, Chesley 78, 200, 227 aals, John 25, 44, 47, 78, 200, 209, 227 ears, Shelli 78 :besta, Amy 54, 78, 218 religson, Frates 114, 115, 128, 217 agrato, Nancy 95, 109, 232 ellers, Kelly 78, 230 ann, David 54, 109, 159, 207 ann, Heather 128, 274, 275 annhuaser, Andrew 109 ERVICE CLUB 218 arvin, Sandra 78 iaffer, Marcus 128, 259 nankle, Michelle 93 lannon, Clyde 93, 200 larp, Carrie 114, 129 ieffield, Sylvia 109, 224 xepard, Carina 109, 249, 250 iephard, Debra 94, 217 lepperd, John 97, 109, 257 lerrod, Angela 94, 204, 205, 211, 274 lulman, Birge 129 ulman, Lucia 78, 178, 179 pson, Britt 96, 109, 217 FONIETTA 215 pgleton, Robert 78, 142, 211, 222, 247 aughter, Joseph 129 one, Ronald 109, 224 nith, Carter 78, 247, 272 pith, Cindy 129 nith, Ellen 78 faith, Laurilee 79, 218 flith, Margaret 109, 110 iaith, Martita 129, 130 nith, Michel 243 hith, Quentin 110 fIITH, MR. MARVIN 139 llith, Michel 243 Lell, John 94 Low, Heather 114, 115, 129, 143, 185 low, Paul 79, 153, 234 xyder, Steven 129, 243 lla, Josue 110, 234 rla, Maria 94, 242 ilon, Sara 202, 203, 109 itelo, Anthony 129 lules, Teri 129 ?ANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 207 nencer, Martha 79 5OOR, MRS. DAVID 134 poor, Martha 110, 200, 207, 217 'URS 176 affel, Joe 79 TANFORD, MR. HARRY 135 Stansell, Quintin 94, 200, 209 Stattmiller, Joseph 128, 258 Stephens, Jessica 94, 185, 219, 274 Stephens, Jennifer 129 Stephens, Laurie 217 Stepsis, Lauran 110, 200, 229, 261 Stepsis, Mark 44, 45, 46, 79, 209, 217 Stenling, Brent 45, 79, 199, 200, 232, 270 Sterling, Suzanne 110, 145, 200, 232 Stern, Judith 94 Stevens, Richard 94, 247 Stevens, Robert 129 Steves, Frances 79, 185, 147 Steves, Sarah 94, 219 Steves, W. Hollis 129d Stewart, April 110 Stewart, Drew 79, 217, 259 Stewart, Rodney 94 Stieren, Amy 185 Stone, David 110 Stone, Kathryn 79, 200, 222 Stone, Leland 111 Stone, Molly 129, 274 Stouton, Raymond 130 Stouton, Roslyn 130 Straube, Lorie 130 Straube, Sherrii 111 Strickland, Kenny 79, 195, 198 Sulak, Philip 111 Sutherland, Elizabeth 80, 261, 262 STUDENT COUNCIL 216 SUTTON, MR. BOB 149 SWIMMING 264 Sykes, Tammy 62, 80, 180, 183 T Tagle, Misty 80, 156, 211 Tarver, Michael 80, 110, 111, 200, 238, 242 TASSOS, MRS. WANDA 152 Tate, Josie 102, 111, 153 Taylor, James 94, 259 Taylor, Rachel 130 Tecuanhuey, Jose 94, 272 Tecuanhuey, Yolanda 80, 217 TENNIS 259 Terrell, Allen 80, 238, 272 Terry, Leigh 103, 111, 153, 217, 261 Terry, Lindsey 80 Thaggard, Stephanie 46, 80, 203 Thiltgen, Charles 111, 242, 257 Thomas, Michael 130, 143, 230 THOMAS, MRS. SUSAN 148 Thomas, William 54, 80, 254, 255 THOMPSON, MRS. DOROTHY 142 Thornton, Rebecca 111 Tiemann, Kathleen 111 Tietz, Susan 94, 274 Tillman, Celeste 111 TITUS, MR. DONALD 149 To, Ngoc 111 To, Phong 111 Tolor, Rebecca 205, 235 Torgerson, Jeffery 94, 200, 238, 239, 277 Torres, Aime 111 Torres, Claudia 111 Torres, Everado 130 Torres, Frank 243 Torres, Loretta 48, 80 TRACK 272 Travis, Ashleigh 80, 142 Trejo, Maria 130 Trevino, Robert 130, 143 Tringle, Alison 111 Troilo, Chistopher 92, 200, 242 Tucker, Gregory 130, 272 TURNER, MRS. KATHLEEN 160 Tyer, Debra 112, 244 Tyler, Carolyn 95 Uecker, Cheryl 112 Uribe, Alfonso 151, 195 Urrutia, Suzanne 95, 215, 244, 245 Vaello, Samantha 114, 118, 130 Valdez, Christine 112, 217 Valdez, Omar 60, 80, 200, 209, 217 Valentine, Carisa 95, 204, 234, 235 VALIGURA, MRS. NELL 138 Van Meter, Joseph 95, 259, 260 Vargas, David 130 Vasquez, Ricardo 81 Vaughan, Cheri 130, 219 Veltman, Robert 112 Vera, Adelita 81 Index 329 Index VIDEO CLUB 196 Vidrine, Delaney 130 Villanueva, Bobbie 130 Villarreal, Joseph 95, 216 Villastrigo, Christine 95 Vinson, Suzannah 130 VOCT 224 VOLLEYBALL 244 W WABEKE, MR. GENE 37, 147, 212 Wagner, Steven 130 Wagner, Wendy 112 Walden, Lisa 112, 230 Waldsaehs, Elizabeth 81, 213 Walk, Lori 47, 81, 209 Walk, Wendy 112 Walker, Brenda 131 Walker, Hillary 96, 97, 112, 217, 232 Walker, Matthew 95, 199, 200, 206, 208, 209, 257 WALLACE, MRS. REBECCA 150 Walthall, Walter 112 WALPOLE, MR. RICHARD 137, 151 Warmack, Aleisa 131 330 Index Warren, Joe 81 Warren, Kristin 187, 189 WATER POLO 264 Watson, Andrew 95 Watson, Christina 112 Watson, Drew 242 Watts, Caroline 131 Wayne, Donald 70, 81, 199, 200, 270 Webb, Rachel 112, 211, 212, 234 Weichert, Blake 112 Weil, Alexandra 112, 263 Weil, Winifred 234 Weiss, Jeffrey 91, 95, 208, 209 WELCH, MRS. BARBARA 152 Wells, Ned 264 Welmaker, Byron 113 Wenske, Marla 113, 234 West, Anne 33, 62, 81, 185, 199, 217 West, Janie 57, 81, 179 Whellan, David 81, 199, 206, 259 Whellan, Rebecca 200, 206, 217, 274 Whipkey, William 270 WHITE, MR. RANDALL 157, 209 White, Scott 113 Wilkins, Allen 113, 192, 257 Wilkinson, Stella 113, 212 Williams, Deborah 131 Williams, Elizabeth 95. 178. 179 Williams, James 81 Williams, Jason 29, 155 Williams, Lisa 113, 244 Williams, Mark 95 WILLIAMSON, MRS. JOHN 131 Willis, Linda 95, 204 WILLIS, MRS. MARY KAY 144 Wilson, Christina 131 Wilson, Kumasi 131 WILTSE, MRS. LAVONNE 152 WINANS, MRS. ANN 150, 200 Windes, Julie 82, 95, 261 Winship, Michelle 95, 199, 207, 218, 261 WINSLOW, MRS. SHIRLEY 37, 160 WISAKOWSKY, MISS MERCIL 150 Wisneski, Deborah 95, 208 Witherspoon, Jason 95, 199, 24' 272 Witkowski, Susan 86, 95, 199, 202, 203, 211, 213 Wolfson, Carol 81 Wood, Andrea 113, 145, 185, 23 Wood, Jennifer 131, 232 Worrel, Charles 131 Worsham, John 127 WRANGLERS 186 WRIGHT, MS. CARLA 147, 215 Wright, Duane 95, 225 Wright, Mary 131, 225, 263 Wright, Robert 113, 232 Wright, Sandra 125, 131, 141 Wright, Shannan 161 WRIGHT, MRS. VETA 142 Wulfekuehler, Chistopher 113 Y Yang, Wen 131 YATES, MR. JIM 155 Yevak, Chris 131 Young, Karie 131 YOUNG, MRS. KASHA 147 Zertuche, Patrick 113 Young, Robert 113, 163 Zinsmeister, Laura 131 Ysassi, Rodolfo 81 Zorrilla, Mike 115, 131, 243 Yturri, Willa 131 ZSOHAR, MS. ISABEL 150 Yznaga, Patrick 89, 95, 238, 242 Zuschlag, Gregory 81, 115, 238 Zeigler Zepeda Zepeda Zachry, , Sara 192, 199, 203, 218 , Daniel 95 , David 95, 192 Zepada, Ellen 96, 97, 113, 217 Shirley 131 ZUSCHLAG, MRS. 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