Albuquerque High School - La Reata Yearbook (Albuquerque, NM)
- Class of 1973
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Albuquerque, New Mexico
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2 Table of Contents
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Little Moments, Big Moments, Great Moments
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or a carn1val balloon L1ke a carousel
that s turning runmng rings around the moon
L1ke a clock Whose hands are sweeping past the
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r. Fickel Leaves After Third Year
This year at Albuquerque High began
with Mr. Billy D. Fickel as the principal.
However, very soon into the semester, Mr.
Fickel became Director of Career Education
for the Albuquerque Public School System.
All Bulldogs were sorry to see lVlr. Fiekel
leaveg however, everyone wished him the
best in his new career.
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r. Geer Appointed New
Principal of A S
lVlr. Otto Geer who replaced Nlr. Fickcl
as our principal came to Albuquerque High
School on October 9, 1972. Before Starling
work at A.H.S., Mr. Geer had bccn principal
of Lincoln Junior High.
The transition which was easy for both
faculty and students led into a great year at
I Bulldog City.
Superintendents, Board Guide AP
20 F aculty-Curriculum
Mr. Desi Baca Mr. Henry Willis
Assistant South Area Superintendent. Board of Education President.
Mr. Edward Marinsek Mr. Ernest Stapleton
South Area Superintendent. A.P.S. Superintendent.
Assistant Principals Aid Mr. Greer
Mrs. Klicker works hard at keeping a good cur-
riculum at A.H.S.
She has much work to do while keeping a record
on each student.
Mr. Goff strides through the airport on his way to
meet an exchange student from Brazil.
Mrs. May Klicker
Mr. Robert Briscoe
Mr. Russell Goff
Faculty -Curriculum 21
Checking student files, Mrs. Adams has a quizzical Mrs. Romero files different papers during a long
Mr. Brown begins day with a cheerful peace sign. 100k 0Il her f6iC6. day at the office.
Counselors Work On Students' Needs
Mrs. Frances Adams
Mr. Bertran Brown
Mrs. Judy Romero
Mr. Leslie Somerville
22 F aculty-Curriculum
Mr, Somerville checks colleges chosen by Seniors
for College Day,
New Teachers Bring New Ideas To S
Mr. Jeffryes, hard at work, takes no notice of cameraman as he instructs his class in bacteria.
Enjoying the teaching of chorus, Miss Pisciotta smiles at her class.
Mr. Micklevitz instructs Lorenzo Romero in the
Assuming a favorite pose Mr. Atencio enlightens
Mr. Crabtree takes time out during a hard day for a
Mrs. Etzkorn examines special material that can
only be found in the Material Center
Mrs. Royman has to work hard in order not to get the Main Office. MTS- Apvdaca l18S H lot Of Typing to do to keep the
behind on all the paper work that has to be done in AUCUIUHCC Office g0iXlg.
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Secretaries Help Students and Facult
l Rudy Garcia
Dora Apodaca Ludy Jimenez Joann Long Margaret Neiman
Attendance Office Sec. to lVlr. Geer Material Center Library Clerk
Jearmine C de Baca Toni Griego Irene Martin Gloria Royman
Counselor's Office Data Processing Bookkeeper Office Sec,
Mr. Martinez keeps an eye on student over a pile of books during one of his Biology classes.
Mr. Palmer heads the Vocational Dept. teaching
new skills to students and preparing them for the
Mr. Miranda heads the History Dept. this year and
teaches Indian history as part of Cultural Aware-
Mrs. Claridge gets a little frustrated during one of
Mrs. Emslie tries to get students to respond during Coach Valdez marks the football field during a P,E.
a Spanish class. class.
Mrs. Shock smiles for the camera during one of her
early Home Ec, classes.
Col. Larson demonstrates there's paper work to he
done even in the Amiy.
Mr. Coker is teaching Algebra II and Math Analysis this year. He has taught many other math courses
Mrs. Schwyzer shows her Commercial Art class her year in one fomi or another. Miss Johnson, during one of the few timgs she ggts
great sense of humor. Many students took art this to sit down during he, class,
Great Results Achieved in Art Class
Learning how to design and construct
crafts was only one of the areas in which
students participated in the Fine Art Depart-
ment. Students, in addition, learned the
techniques of ceramics, sculpture, painting,
drawing and commercial art.
Art work which was completed at Al-
buquerque High was put on display at
various art shows in New Mexicog thus,
enabling students to receive recognition for
work well done. Student works were on
display in the library, LAC, offices and
teacher lounges. Miss Johnson was head of
the Fine Arts Department this year.
Mrs. Barbara Schwyzer Commercial Art Craft
Miss Lynn Johnson Ceramics and Sculpture Paint-
ing and Drawing I
Mrs. Schwyzer examines a small work of art done
by one of her students.
The Showtime Band gets together for fifth period its first appearance in the La Reata assembly.
and practice several rock numbers. The Band made
Miss Pisciotta explains to students how important Mr, Conlon looks through stacks of music in search
breathing is to one's singing. of one particular number.
Practice and hard work produced music
for Bulldog City during the year. Mr. Conlon
and Miss Pisciotta encouraged their students
to pursue their musical interests through
practice and through an appreciation of all
the skills that result in heautiful music.
A music theory course was offered to
those students who plan to go on in music
education. ln addition, Mr. Conlon initiated
a marching hand class which required the
student to participate in all marching band
Mr. John Conlon
Dnxm and Bugle
C1 - Harold Nlonia watches closely during an exper-
e I1 iment in Applied Science,
Students learned about the physical
aspects of their environment, they learned
the molecular structure of atoms and they
learned the meaning of gravity in the Science
Department this year. lVlr. Virgil Martinez
was the head of the department.
Mr. Virgil Martinez
Dept. Head, Biology I
Mr. Arthur Garvin
Mr. Lawrence Godley
Applied Science, Chemistry
lVlr. Larry jeffryes
Mr. Arthur Simoni
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tively as Mr. Garvin lectures
during a Biology class.
ractical Usage Emphasized
ld t d h f h1l Mr Coleman shows us that many times a teacher
through some papers has to work just as hard as students.
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Mr. Coker headed the Math Department
this year which strove to enrich the student's
capabilities in math. Algebra I and Pre-
Algebra were Miss Padillais speciality. Mr.
Coleman, in addition to teaching Algebra I
and Geometry, taught a Physics I course. lVlr.
Davidson taught Geometry and Pre-Algebra.
The Math Department aided the stu-
dents who will be going into college math by
offering a special course entitled Math
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Mr. Claude Davidson
Mr. James Coker
Dept. Head, Algebra II
Mr. Lyndon Coleman
Algebra I, Geometry,
Miss Gloria Padilla
Algebra I, Pre-Algebra
Miss Padilla shows that Math isn't all hard and can
be done with a smile.
Mrs. Maxine Bononcini
Business English, Barbara Baca will have much experience using
Typing I business machines after this year.
Mrs. Donna Denton
Miss Judith J esko
Miss Dixie McGehee
Clerical Office Education
Business Gives Students Bright Future
Preparing the student for employment
was the primary goal of the Business Educa-
tion Department this year. The department,
headed hy Mrs. Denton, worked hard all
year to help each student learn all the skills
and concepts which are so important to
acquiring and holding a position in the
business work world.
Many students were given the oppor-
tunity to earn credits while learning business
skills by participating in the Cooperative
Training Experience Program. Under this
program the student was in class during the
morningg but in the afternoon, he was
working at a job.
The students gained skills in typing,
shorthand, bookkeeping and business Eng-
Mrs. Sherman helps students understand how students going into the business field.
business machines are used. This is very helpful to
Mrs. Stafford's fourth period typing class works
hard to improve their typing skills, and reduce
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Miss .Iesko checks papers while her students work
on their typing.
Mrs. Denton demonstrates the part a checkbook
plays in business.
Mrs. Dinah Moore
Mrs. Freida Sherman
Mrs. Opal Stafford
reads during class.
Sammy Martinez looks on with interest as Mrs. Hill Mr. Laffey begins his English class by writing the many students forget.
date and period number on the board, something
Mr. J. D. Baca
Mrs. Ellen Claridge
English 11 and 12
Mrs. Vernamarie Gaylord
Mr. Michael Herrington
English 11 and 12
Mrs. Jane Hill
English 10 and 12
Mr. Warren Laffey
Mrs. Rose Marie Myers
Mrs. Claridge explains one of the fine
Mr. Herrington listens attentively to
r points of
Mrs. Leah Ready
Mr. Sam Tapia
Nlrs. Betty Vivian
Mrs. Ann Watters
an opinion being expressed by one of his students.
tion and Self-Expression
The English Department was in its
second year oi' using the Scope and Se-
quence, a curriculum guide which stresses
reading, listening, speaking and writing. All
the teachers were coordinating closely to
develop these skills in their students.
The eleven teachers made up the largest
department in the school.
Mrs. Claridge worked with juniors as
well as seniors in addition to her duties as
Department chairman which kept her very
The elective courses offered this year
included Speech, Popular Novels, Drama,
Record and La Reata. However, even if the
student elected to take one of these classes
he still had to enroll in either English ll, Ill,
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UQ. Hiysiy urgess Mr. Atencio, Mrs. McReynolds, and Mr. Miranda
take time out dming passing period to be social.
Mr. Robert Hannah
Mrs. Mary Mclfieynolds
Past and Present Come Together in Histor
A special goal of the history department
this year was to get all eighteen-year-old
students to register and vote. The year 1972,
was very important in the history of the
United States because it was the first time
that eighteen-year-olds were allowed to vote. E
Consequently the teachers of the history
department spent a great deal of time
encouraging students to vote in a know-
Mr. Miranda, the department chairman,
was assisted by the other history teachers
not only in teaching U.S. History and early
civilizations but also stressing the import-
ance of individuality and the importance of 7-W
tolerance for all cultural groups in a special
course entitled cultural awareness. In this
course students learned the values of diffe-
rent cultures and their contributions to
Mr. Sanchez lectures one of his classes on the tant in the history of Mexican-American people.
concept of Manifest Destiny which is very impor-
Mr. Hannah helps a group of students in one of his change student from Brazil.
World Cultures Class, including our Foreign Ex-
Mr. Ken Nledley
To get across ideas to his students Mr. Atencio uses US. Histo,-V
facial and hand expressions to help. '
Mr. .less Miranda
Mr. john Sanchez
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In teaching, a teacher must work directly with a Class discussions were a very large part of Cultural Mrs. fVlcReynolds works to get the different points
student just as Mr. Miranda does here. Awareness. of view of her Students-
Mrs, Shock shows the beautiful turkey Bachelors'
Survival class had for their Christmas party.
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Thereis one part of Home Economics Reuben food.
Lerma and Terry Ross really enjoy, and that's the
Home-Ee. Develops Useful Skills
Helping the student to select meaningful
individual and family goals was one of the
primary functions of the Home Economics r
Department during the year. ln addition, the
students learned important factors involved
in being a homemaker, parent, consumer and .
Courses included Family Living, Pre- I
paration for Parenthood, Survival of the
Bachelor and Consumer Education. Mrs. .
Shock was head of the department.
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Mrs. Florence Henderson
Preparation for Marriage
Clothing I and Il
Preparation for Parenthood
Mrs. Martha Shock
Bachelors, Survival Mrs.. Henderson demonstrates to students how easy
Foods I and II and inexpensive Christmas gifts can be to make.
3rd Period French II class was made up of five
interested girls: From left to right Judy Godinez,
Kim Killion, Cristine Baca, Leola Padilla, Lulu
Mr. J. D. Baca, along with teaching Spanish, also
teaches English, and coaches Gymnastics.
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Mrs. Emslie works at teaching the fundamentals of
both Spanish and French.
Mrs. Ernslie and Mr. Baca again were the
only teachers in the Foreign Language De-
partment. The Students were instructed in
the basic structure of both French and
Spanish. Additionally, the students through
the use of simple stories, proverbs, songs and
music were ahlc to gain cultural knowledge
of the particular language they were
studying. Students who took the advanced
courses were able to read short stories,
poetry and other literature in their selected
Mr. J. D. Baca
Mrs. Julia Emslie
Competition gets hot and heavy during a basketball
game in Boys P.E.
Games played in Boy's P.E. require much energy
joanna Lucero shows us the form needed to play
P. E. Improves Physical Well-being
The Physical Education Department had
many areas oi' importance which were
stressed through the year by the teachers.
Students were expected to improve their
physical well-being through exercising and
active participation i11 sports. Physical clean-
liness was stressed during the year and
students were expected to shower regularly.
One of the traditional goals of any P.E.
department is to stress a sportsmanlike
attitude and the Bulldogs constantly had this
quality stressed in their elasses.
MF- lim Hulsman Miss Jeanne Postlewait Miss Freda Sandell
Girls P-H I Girls P-E. I Girls P.E. 1 and II
Boys P.E. l
MY- MYFI Smilll Mr. Tony Valdez
BOYS P-E-I Boys P.E. l and II
Girls P.E. l
Colonel Larsen conducts class in the barracks Officers 'Training Corp. R 0 I 4
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building which houses the Albuquerque Reserved
Col. Larsen helps students learn the usage of maps,
which is vital in the Army.
Sgt. Allan Dunlap
Col. Narion Larsen
R.0.T.C. Il and Ill
Leadership qualities are stressed in the
elective subject entitled Reserved Officers
Training Corp. The course emphasized an
appreciation of the services provided by the
United States Army and prepared the stu-
dent for a possible future in the mililary.
Colonel Larsen was head of R.O.T.C.
and was assisted by Sergeant Dunlap.
S 2 O 4 E R Mrs. Garcia takes a little time out from her work Ulf' La Ream
Vocational Rehabilitation at Albuquer-
que High during this school year was de-
signed to help the student obtain a job and
to help the student maintain his -position
once it was acquired.
ln addition to assisting students in the
work area, Mrs. Garcia and Mr. Groffman
taught their students English, math and
Mrs. Garcia and Mr. Groffman assisted
the student with any problems the student
encountered. However, the greatest assist-
ance, was encouragement which all students
will agree is so important.
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Mrs. Marye Garcia
Mr. Charles Groffman
with Sophia Zamora to have her picture taken for
Mr. Groffman and student Barbara Chavez relax a 1-lV0id ll0m6W0rk
little while other students continue working to
New Skills Achieve Immediate Results
Steve Marquez works on one of the legs of a corner
table in woods.
Helping the student learn the basic
theory, skills and tools of particular crafts
was the major goal of the Industrial Arts
Department. The six teachers taught Metals,
drafting, electricity, auto mechanics, paint
and body and I.C.T. Service Station.
The I.C.T. course was designed to teach
students all the necessary functions of oper-
ating a service station. The students enrolled
in this course worked afternoons in a service
station in order to receive full credit for the
course. Mr. Palmer was head of the depart-
Johnny Mendez helps sand down a car, necessary
Mr. john Chadwell
Paint and Body I and II
Mr. Dale Micklevitz
Metals I, II and III
Mr. Thomas Ficht
Woods I, II and III
Mr. David Palmer
Mr. Orville Hinkle
I.C.T. Service Station
Coop. Training Experience
Custodians Work to Keep Campus Clean
The Custodians take time out to take their picture. Nicasio, Agapito Sanchez, Max Montoya, Sylvestre Aragon, Ben Lovato and Guadalupe Espinosa.
From left to right: Santos Montoya, Candido Baca, Avilio Castillo, Roman Valdez, Gilbert
Mr. Valdez works very hard to keep the A.H.S. p
Feeding Students Full-Time Job
Lucille Trantham and Sharon Atwater prepare the the preparation of the noon meal.
forks and spoons for lunch. Many things go into
Luclla Sliniker checks some things before getting
down to making lunch.
Looking very pressed and clean after a hard day's H ubbard, Ramona Solano, Carmen Gomez,
work are the cafeteria cooks and helpers. Front Virginia Lucero. Back Row: Luella Stiniker,
Row: Mary Forster, Lucille Trantham, Martha Sharon Atwater, Rose Hall, Patsy Sartin, Mae
Taylor and Sue Harrison.
After three months of vacation Bulldogs
came back to Al-l.S. for the first time on
August 25, for registration. Students besides
registering also received their student LD.
and were able to meet all the new teachers.
Bulldogs met many old friends they had
not seen all summer. Refreshments were sold
in the patio alter registration and many
students then went into the lmuildings to find
their classes. The fun was over! it WHS time
Registration Begins New Year at AHS
48 Student Life
Activities Begin With Game in Cruces
Coach Smith instructs quarterback Steve Marquez, Mr. Fickel and Miss Sandell help cheerleaders pre-
during: first home game. pare to leave for Las Cruces.
Anthony Griego, Andy Armiio, Frank Chavez, and
Wyatt Moore caricature well-known bulldogs.
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worked hard during homecoming. use the voting machine
lloinn-uoniing uarm- Pilfly lhis year for
Alilllqll4'I'ql1l5 iligh. 'lille Spvvizll Days Com-
millm-m-, uliaiigiiig tha- theme from ifrnuraltl
City to Cunielol ul lho lzlsl momenl, had lo
work diligently to prepare the A.H.S. gym
lor lhe ilSSC5IIllDly. A spvuiall ZlSSt'Hlllly was
hold in lhv auditorium so Lhul lhv students
could rnuvl the Honicfconiiiig Quvvn
candidates. 'lfhe rest ol' the day was devoted
Cathy Chavez. Cheryl Agnes, Mary Darling, Debra
Wash, Yolanda Gallegos put finishing touches on
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Val Reigns Over September Festivities
f t '55
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Former Queen, Judy, crowns newly named Queen
Odell Ligiggins scores six points for A.l-l.S. during
Wendell Sweet makes great effort to catch a pass
against a mustang defender.
Queen Valerie Webb takes her walk as her loyal
subjects cheer her un.
West Mesa for
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Camelot! The rain
may never fall till
after sundown. By
eight the morning
fog must disappear.
In short, there's
simply not a more
congenial spot. For
happily ever aftering
than here in Camelot!
The Winter is forbidden
till December and exits
March the second on the
dot. By order, summer
September in Camelot.
Camelot! I know it.
Twelve Girls Are Selected by Student
This year A.II.5. was not only repre-
sented hy a beautiful Queen and two
beautiful llririvusses, but also liy twelve
beautiful girls who made up thc court. 'lllie
great mixture of races and lieriluges ul
A.l'l.S. WSIS clunioiistratcrl in this yearls
court. These girls were selected from a much
larger group lry llie' students after an
assembly. Not pictured is Miss Virgie 'l'orrcz.
Lady Enny prenks Lady Cheryl Agnes Lady Joni Barth
Foreign Exchange Student
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Lady Cynthia Gomez Lady .lewiff GOUZHICS
Body for '72-'7 Court
Lady Josie Hinojos Lady Cathy Large L3dY J031flI1i1 Lucero
Lady Nancy Manzzxndrm s Lady Judf SHUHEIHU Lady Uffbfll WMI'
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Bulldogs Come Through During Spiritweek
'llliis yn-ar Spirit Wei-le was made up ol'
Little Kid Day, Crazy Braid Day, Pajama
Day, Hippie Day, and Crt-1-ri and While Day.
Both students and faculty participated. The
Sopliomores won tht- Spirit Slick, but
received stiff competition from both .Innior
and Senior rlasses. 'lflivrv was much faculty
participation, and many tx-aeliers believed
they deserve-cl lln- Spirit Slivk.Tl1e ww-la was
capped off by a football victory over Rio
Pam Anaya, Vicky Francis, Elva Sedillo and Cathy how t0 PIHY-
Large draw a Hopscotch, and then try to remember
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Spirited Bulldogs get together on Little Kid Day and play "Ring Around the Rosie." Butch watches on.
Clemente Garcia and Cathy Large do well in look-
ing like little kids.
Red Rover, Rc-cl Rovvr, lct Pam Anaya come over.
Seniors show spirit.
Bulldoggies show not only their spirit, but also
their skill, as they do a routine.
Miss Padilla and Nlrs. Schwyzcr show students that
teachers have a lot of spirit too.
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The soul of A.H.S. is demonstrated by BLACK
GOLD. Maxie Riggins delights the crowd with
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Center Opening is Success
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Joe Samora and Kim Killion give the crowd a taste The A.H.S. Chorus performed two numbers during
of the A.H.S. production, "Barefoot in the Parkf' the opening, "Black and White" and 'gCamelot."
BAREFOOT IN THE PARK was presented this of the student body. Playing the main roles were Kim Killion and Joe Samora.
year by the drama department for the enjoyment from ieft to right: Eddie jaramillo, Sue Goodson,
Great Talent Presented on r tage
The auditorium stage comes to life with a concert many rock tunes performed. A member of the singing group "Black Gold" waits
presented by choir. This was a pop concert with for the music to begin.
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uch Musical Talent Comes To AH
Another outstanding musical group presents itself A little practical joke is played on outstanding PCYCYSOH by the mUSiC21l EFOUP "Free Fare
to the A.H.S. student body. Bulldogs, Mr. Atencio, Larry Williams, and Tina
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"Up With People" came to A.H.S. again this year, their message of peace and brotherhood through- out the entire world.
bringing with them their great musical talent and
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Coach Smith and Miss Sandell take care of cus- haskethallgames.
tomers at the concession stand during all home
One of the highlights of the year
occurred at a student-only assembly. While
many felt not a great deal was accomplished,
Opportunity for expression which was
offered and accepted by many, served as a
good tension reliever, and in some ways
revitalized and reunited the student liody. A
new attempt was made at acquiring slndent
spirit just i11 time to see the football team
break a thirteen-game losing streak.
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Albuquerque lntertnbal Pow Wow princess snack out in the snow
Sophomore Debra Romancito was named Gene Chavez and Clemente Garcia enjoy a
Wintertimc brought some happy times
to Albuquerque High students. Debbie
Romancito was elected a Pow-Wow princess
and Jessie Gonzales was crowned Queen of
the Military Ball on December lst.
The Senior Class entered a float in the
1972 Christmas Parade and won third place.
A first place was awarded to the Bulldog
Of course, there were always thc hams
on campus to provide that cxtra measure of
cheer which got us through the year.
This years R.O.T.C. queen was Jessie Gonzalez. Standing behin
princesses Brenda Leyba and Carla Romero.
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Mrs. Fresquez greets Jose Izaias Ibiapina from
Brazil at the airport.
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Bits Of Holland And Brazil
Foreign exchange student Enny Frenks from
Holland is met at Albuquerque International by
When foreign exchange student Gemma Barazza
from Brazil arrives, Enny is there to welcome her
f ' my
many Bulldogs and Marilyn Large whose family
Enny will stay with.
to Albuquerque and A.H.S.
e to AH With Enny and Gemma
With a look of shyness and mistrust Enny arrives in several other Bulldogs.
Albuquerque and is greeted by Marilyn Large and
Miss Enny Frenks is escorted by Eugene Espinosa during the homecoming assembly held in the gym.
Dear Bulldog Friends,
lid like to take this opportunity to say
"Goodbye" to all my friends at A.H.S. I
have so many friends here, friends and stu-
dents. A.H.S. is such a great school that I
wish I had come here earlier. It is for sure
that I will never forget A.H.S. I'd like to
thank everyone at A.H.S. for helping me and
making it easier to be so far from home. I
wish you all luck and happiness in the
future. Thank you from the bottom of my
Enny lVl. Frenks
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A huge '73 at a school entrance depicts the spirit High as a whole. All the classes supported school
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Linda Chavez supports the basketball team hy
buying a brochure from Richard Jenkins.
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All schools are proud of their trophy cases, hut one
look at ours and there's no doubt who's number
A Year Ends, But The Cycle Goes On
74 Wheel of Pro
Like a tunnel
that you follow To a tunnel
of its own Down a hollow to a cavern
Where the sun has never shown. Like a door
that keeps revolving In a half forgotten dream.
Over ripples from a pebble Someone tosses in a
stream. Likea clock whose hands are sweeping
Past the 'rnlnutes of 1ts face. And the World 1S
like an apple Whirling silently 1n space
Like the circles that you find in the
Windmills of your mind.
Class of ,73
Graduating Class Hopes For Lasting Peace
Several years ago the conflict in South-
east Asia erupted. Today there is peace
which makes quite a few seniors happy. With
this war gone it gives the seniors a brighter
and happier outlook ofthe future.
Some ol' the accomplishments of this
years seniors have been the choosing ol' class
colors, flower and motto. They also entered
a float in the Christmas Parade which won
third prize. The senior class sold Bulldog
jerseys and worked toward a senior week.
These accomplishments reflect the vitality
this graduating class ol' 572-773 has to offer.
Carol J. Alarid
Jerry A. Anaya
Roni M. Anaya
Mary Jane Archibeque
Steven E. Archibeque
Lucy R. Arias
Barbara Y, Baca
Debbie A. Baca
Lupe L. Baca
Annar J. Banks
james O. Barcla
Raul P. Iiarrcras
joni lVl, Barlh
Senior Senate was composed ofa small number of Senior Senate worked toward one main goal, a
students but all were concerned and hardworkin . Senior tri .
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enior Senate Builder of Spirit
Stanley J. Bryant
Adeline E, Campos
Clarence M. Campos
Jeannie P. Candelaria
Patricia N. Candelaria
,Iimmic L. Carlisle
Pauline I". Carlcr
Charles A. Castillo
Alcx L. Chavez
Alice L. Chavvz
Linda Y. Chavez
Eugene T. Chavez
Evelyn Nl. Chavez
Frank A. Chavez
Frank X. Chavez
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Senior Lettermen uoleus of Athletics
Keith E. Coleman
Letterman Ron Landavazo, one of many to grad-
uate this year.
Merlinda T. Cordova
Edward F. Crespin
Sharon E. Dampf
James E. Davis
Marie V. Dean
Mary H. Dubray
Anita Nl. Edmon
Vivian E. Foster
Victoria A. Francis
Trcy F razicr
Patsy A. Gahaldon
Margarita G. Gallegos
Michael D. Gallegos
Richard S. Gallegos
Andre L. Gandy
Carmen L. Garcia
Christina M. Garcia
Dcbra M. Garcia
Kathy L. Garcia
Semor Bench Do
Lcroy G. Gonzales
Anthony P. Griego
Juan O. Gutierrez
Kristina L. Gutierrez
Patricia R. Guticrrcz
of Class of '73
Boni Lucero, Paul Fields, Michael Campos and Ralph Sanchez enjoy Senior Bench and other fine P0il'ltS1 Linda Chavez and Irma COITCH-
Senwrs Show :iss ll'iL113'2f0Z
Doris fl. Jackson
Edward R. Jaramillo
Yvonna O. Jones
Thelma A. Lajeunesse
Ronald R. Landavazo
Ruben F. Lerma
Yolanda S. Lcyba
janet Wright and Butch jam away at pep assembly.
Edward J. Lopez
Michael F. Lopez
Thomas H. Lopez
Mary S, Lovato
Virginia A. Lovato
Anita A. Lucero
Joanna R. Lucero
Seniors Prove 'to
Winners A11 the Way
.I osc ph Marino
Steve C. Marquez
Margaret M. Marrujo
Mary Ann Martinez
Theresa M, Martinez
Laura A. Medina
johnny A. Mendez
Edward R. Mentz
Mike S. Merrell
Sylvia T. Montoya
Dorothy Nuanes starts the day out right, with a big
L, Happiness is
Being a Bulldog
Ruby D. Muller
Gregg M. Mutter
Carlos B, Ortega
Lillian R. Ortiz
Loretta C. Pacheco
Gloria A. Padilla
Mary E. Padilla
Patricia P. Padilla
Patsy lVI. Padilla
Tina P. Pedersen
Clara A. Pena
Alesia F. Perry
Janie F. Perry
Seniors, Larry Benavidez and Mike Gallegos stand onjunior bench to pose for their picture to be taken
Ray L. Rivas
Helen IVI. Rivera
John D. Rivera
Peggy A. Robins
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Seniors take time out during passing period to talk to friends and find out what's happening!
ital to Activities
Doris G. Homo
Paula L. Rose
Martha M. Salas
Pamela S. G. Salas
Damon loblas prlparns scalm, arr.-1n,qn'mcnt for
Joseph E. Samora
Edwina G. Sanchez
joannc H. Sanchez
joseph P. Sanchcz
Mark S. Sanchez
Ralph A. Sanchez
Robert F. Sanchez
Several Senior Bulldogs Direct District Student
Angela I. Sandoval
Bennie j. Sandoval
Margarct S. Sandoval
Mauro San Martin
Patricia A. Schloer
Richard T. Sedillo
Michael Montoya smiles at his success in R.0.T.C
Edwina Sanchez doesn't wzmt hcr picture taken-
musl be something wrong!
janicc l,,. Tenorio
Damon P. Tobias
Lucille M. Segura
Theresa A. Simpson
Oliver G. Tapia
Benjamin Montano finds a nice quiet place to
study, hoping to learn something.
Alice T onay
Gertrude V. Torrez
Sherril L, Tuck
Anna M. Valencia
Beatrice E. Vallejos
Nlary L. Vargas
Alma R. Vvlardr-
Carmen J. Vigil
Debra A. Wash
.Iosie Hinojos must be having a good day!
Anthony Griego and Frank Chavez take it easy
going to lunchi
Kathy K. Williams
J anel Wright
Mary L. Garcia
Xlary Ann Gonzales
Robert J aramillo
Varsity-6 Do Their Thing, Stimulate Spirit
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Six: Sylvia Montoya, Ruby Muller, Kathy Garcia, Anita Edmon, Janet Wright and Vivian Foster do a cheer during a pep assembly.
Mary Ann Trujillo
Seniors l 01
Yvonne A nderson
'72-'73 is Outstanding Year for Juniors
Marvelyn Fresques was selected Presi-
dent lasl spring by her Junior Class. She
proved to be a strong and hardworking
leader. Assisting hlarvelyn were Gary Hopp,
Vice-President and Karla Kern, Sec.-'l'reas-
Junior House was in charge ol' two of
the largest projects at A.l'l.S.-Mardi Gras
and Junior-Senior Prom. Aside from these,
junior House had several smaller money-
Nlrs. Leah Ready Sponsored Junior
House which met every Thursday after
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Yolanda A leneio
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Juniors hurry to get to the nex
ten minute passing period.
t class during the
Vada B. Brown
J aekie Carr
Junior Class Looks at
Pal Lathan discusses thirigs to some and things past
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Future with Enthusiasm
Hardwork o Problem for Class of ,
junior Class President Nlarvelyn Fresques works on
an experiment in Chemistry.
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Rose Marie Garcia
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Several hungry juniors dash for the cafeteria, hoping to be first in line and first to receive lunch. These juniors receive much competition from hoth the other
Junior Class Keeps A S Traditions High
-saw N ' Yolanda Giron -
Judy Godincz l
Kim Killian and Carlotta McDaniel ride high on
Butch, while otherjuniors gather round.
Pa tsy Gonzales
J oe Gurule
Cathy ,I aramillo
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Seven,-I juniors Supported the Bqeam clqegrleaders' junior Marlene Padilla is surprised by our camera after an assembly. Juniors supported all A.H.S.
bake Sale. activities.
Wanda ,I aramillo
Charles D. Lopez
itality is Big Part of Underclassmen
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Almon Majors J r.
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Juniors Enjoy Various Activities,
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Junior Donald Torrez enjoys a snack before going on to his next class. His friend just watches on, Full advantage is taken of the benches on the
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campus to relax after classes
Gerald A. Montoya
johnny R. Montoya
Class of ' 4 Has it Together!
David and Anita stroll through the patio en route
to their next class.
Two Junior athletes, Richard jenkins and Wendell Sweet, express their points of view during gripe
assembly in gym.
Mary A. Ortega
David J. Otero
Robert Brown and johnny Montoya
have their pictures taken during passm
l l 1 lunlors
Mrs. Leah Ready, one of the very active members of the faculty, once again sponsored the Junior House.
David M. Quintana
Juniors 1 15
Females Lead in Junior ACt1V1t19S
Alfred J. Sedillo
junior Ricky Lopez is freezing while waiting to
have his picture taken.
Herman A. Sheets
Juniors l I7
Lawrence l.. Walker
Bake Sale Helps B-Team Cheerleaders
Theresa Gonzales work hard during B-Team bake
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Patsy Gonzales refuses to even look at the camera much less show us a smile. But we got the picture
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A.H.S. Bulldoggies, from left to rightg Marvelyn Lovato, Judy Saavedra, Linda Chavez, Valerie Ortega, Yolanda Giron Clorinda Duran
Fresques, lrma Correa, Debbie Martinez, Dora Webb, Liz Vargas, Joanne Ateneio, Mary Ann , .
Rose Mary Anaya
Rose Mary Dominguez
Jose J aramillo
Rose Mary J aramillo
Margaret J inzo
David J. Otero
Juniors l 10
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Dennis A ragon
Alfred Baca A
Anthony M. Baca
Rose Lee Betone
Fred Bunton jr.
Rita Olvera Leads Sophomore Class
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Although receiving stiff competition
from the other classes the Sophomore Class
surprised everyone this year and won the
Spirit Stick during Spirit Week.
This spirited and hardworking class was
led by Rita Olvera, Presidentg Joey
Quintana, Vice-Presidentg and Barbara lVliera,
The Sophomore Congress, under lVlrs.
Jane Hillis sponsorship, took on many pro-
jects. Painting of the Sophomore bench was
only one of those projects.
Traditionally the Sophomore class has
been the largest and this year was no
exception. The Sophomore class totaled 4170
Sophomore Class Officers: from left to right, Joey
Quintana, Vice-Pres.g Rita Olvera, President,
Barbara Miera, Sec.-Treasurer.
Michael Dela Fuente
Rita Santiago does a cheer during B-Team Cheer-
ophomores Become Active Part of A
Curley Nlaric Griffin
Sophomores attended Sophomore 1mPl'0V1flg t-hell' Class one of the Pfolects taken UP Sophomore bench.
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Janet L. Hill
Maria J aramillo
Robert P. Jaramillo
Valentin J aramillo
De bora J ones
Debbie A. Kent
Joe Bon Lopez
Filbert A. Martinez
Mary J. Martinez
Jo Ann Matthews
J oe Mendez
Sophomore Herbert Stanley receives his varsity
letter from head football coach Myrl Smith.
Herbert played for the varsity team all year, starring on the defense.
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Joseph R. Perea
Mary Alice Perez
Sandra San Martin
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Joe Mendez learns to use a sander in a
Nancy Garcia listens carefully during
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the newly painted Sophomore Bench The A H S colors green white and old to paint the
janet T orrez
Mary Ann Trujillo
Demonstrating one of their formations all the Beatrice Martinez, Theresa Gonzales, Maria Rahy,
B-Team Cheerleaders: From Left to Right: Jane Gutierrez,TerriPadilla and Rita Santiago.
Marian J aramillo
ight School Directed By Briscoe
Albuquerque High has long been a learn-
ing center for both day and night school.
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This year was no exception. The Night it
School promoted the concept that education gl F
can he acquired at anytime for those who
are desirous of learning and those who are 1' i
desirous of acquiring a diploma. U
Courses in covered in Night School were KN!
many and Varied and included such things as ,IU
English, Typing, history and art. gf
lVlrs. Bessie Hopkins, Secretary, assisted
lVlr. Briscoe again during the year. it
lVlr. Brown and Mr. Espinosa were the
lVIr. Briscoe, Night School Principal, is always fi,
available to assist students with problems that may
While the halls have a different atmosphere at night open to those who want to learn Classes are held
at Albuquerque High, the doors to education are Monday through Thursday
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Mr. DeWitt Ivey, long a teacher at Albuquerque
High, waits for papers to be turned in.
Although only a few students are in class, Mr.
Preciliano Garcia continues class at a busy level.
Students in Mrs, Shirley Rohinson's class are
momentarily distracted by photographer.
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Some students are too busy studymg to he dls Nlght school counselor Mr Espmosa works to help
turhecl by the photographer, students
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To Achieve Diploma, Knowledge
Night School teacher, juanita Lcnk, demonstrates
correct posture to her class.
Mr. Devin McAnally starts a discussion on com-
munication in an English IV class.
V.I.C.A. students work hard to understand the
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All girls hoping for a secretarial job attend typing Secretary Bessie Hopkins looks through files to
classes. obtain information on a student.
Miss Moore helps D.E.C.A. students understand the courses covered musl also work ul least fiflccn
operation of a cash register. All students attending hours a wcck to receive full credit.
136 Night School
Students in D.E.C.A. learn the operation of
machines involved with business,
Student in center is Andy Gonzalez who has pur-
chased a yearbook every year since attending night
All students attending night school have free access to the telephone in the main Math students relax during passing period as teacher awaits bell to begin class.
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School on Wheels is a Proven Success
Two years ago the Albuquerque Public
Schools decided to start a school designed to
give high school dropouts another chance to
graduate. The school was named School 011
lt was founded by the Department of
Labor, in an effort to meet the dual goals of
the students, working and learning.
School on Wheels has proven a successg
this year's graduating class is five times that
of the first graduating class. lVlr. Richard
Romero is the coordinator and works with a
staff of six hardworking teachers.
Learning by means of discussion is a regular part of
School on Wheels.
Knowing that he is late, a student hurries to get to Students of School on Wheels take it easy before to talk to each other during this time
138 School on Wheels
going on to their next class. Students have a chance
A game of chess can be as educating as any regular Teacher Helen Chalamidas adjusts movie camera to
class. begin class.
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some time away are Francis Padilla, Counselor Bill Stilwell and teacher Barry Cole
Montano, and Belinda Gomez. smile for the camera while heading for a class.
School on Wheels 139
that Jlngle 1n your pocketg
Words that Jangle 1n your head.
Why d1d summer go so qulokly? Was It
somethmg that you Sald? Lovers walk along
the shore And leave the1r footpr1nts 1n the sand
Is the sound of dlstant drumm1ng just the f1ngers
of your hand? P1ctures hang1ng 1n a hallway and
the fragment of a songg Half remembered names
and faces, But to whom do they belong? When
knew that it was over You were suddenly
aware That the autumn leaves were
turning To the color of her
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Top Flight Sports Teams
Represent AHS in 1972-73
Twelve Staff Sports Department
J. D. Baca Stewart Burgess Abe Estrada Jim Hulsman Warren Laffcy
Gymnastics j4V Football C'Team Basketball Varsity Basketball Tennis
Ken Medley jess Miranda
X-Country, Track J -V Basketball
J. D. Baca-Head Varsity Gymnastics Coach,
Spanish and English Instructor.
Stewart Burgess-junior Varsity Football Coach,
Assistant track coach, U.S. History Instructor.
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John Sanchez lireda Sandell Art bimoni Nlvrl Smith Tony Valdez
Baseball C A A NX rcsthng I ootball Golf
Abe Estrada-Attendance Director, C-Team Basket-
ball H ead, Assistant Varsity and B-Team
jim Hulsman-Physical -Education instructor, boys
and girls, Head Varsity Basketball Coach.
Warren Laffey-Instructs four regular junior Eng-
lish classes, Head Varsity Tennis Team Coach.
Ken Medley-U.S. History instructor, Head Coach
for Track and Cross-Country Varsity Teams.
jess Miranda-Cultural Awareness instructor, Head
B-Team Basketball Coach, assists with varsity.
john Sanchez-Cultural Awareness instructor,
basketball time-keeper, Head Varsity Baseball
Freda Sandell-P.E. Instructor, cheerleader spon-
sor, Head Coach of Girls Athletic Association.
Art Simoni-Biology I Instructor, B-Team Wrest-
ling Coach, Head Varsity Wrestling Coach.
MYTI Smith-PhYSiC81 Education Instructor, snack-
bar operator, Head Varsity Football Coach.
Tony Valdez-Physical Education Instructor, Head
Golf Coach, P.E. and Athletic Department Head.
Young Harriers Bolster Team
1972 Cross-Country team members wererfkneeling Larry Walker, Herman Chavez and Randy Isler. Anthony Alfaro Frank Archlbeque Mike Gallegos
l to rj Donald Black, Charles Ortiz, Dennis Aragon, fstanding l to rj Charles Aragon, Dennis Cavalier, Herb Sneedy, 'lom l opez and Coach Medley
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essentially a very young group. There were
only two seniors out of thirteen team
members. The 1972 team was led and
captained by Mike Gallegos. Gallegos had a
very successful season, culminating in a
seventh place finish in the Dist. ZAAAA
Cross-Country meet. Through their practice
and participation the underclassmen gained
much valuable experience that will be need-
ed for their upcoming competition in the
distance running competition. A majority of
the team is expected to return next year.
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left: Mike Gallegos gives chase to the frontrunner
in one of the tri-angular distance races.
lower left: Dennis Cavalier and Charles Aragon race
neck and neck as they near the finish line.
below: Herb Sneedy sets the pace as he jumps out
in front at the beginning of a distance run.
left: W. Mesa, Sandia, and A.H.S. harriers move out
and try to keep up with the other runners.
above: Senior captain Mike Gallegos was one of the
top finishers in the district X-Country finals.
Varsit Team Posts 3- Season Record
ahove: Spirit and determination show on the faces
ot the team as they break through a fine season.
Discounting pre-season ratings, A.H.S.
escaped the district cellar and ended in a tie
for sixth place in the 9-team district 2-
AAAA race. Led by ten senior lettermen and
few returnees, the Dawgs suffered through
early season adjustments and when they
finally got untracked, came up with three
impressive wins. Despite their 3 win, 7 loss
record, it was common knowledge that the
squad was one of the more outstanding
teams in the city., The three victories were
the most wins recorded by an A.H.S. team
since the 1969 football campaign. Quarter-
back Steve Marquez was listed as one ofthe
cityis leading passers, and Boni Lucero,
Wendell Sweet and Larry Williams were
voted into the All-City teams.
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left: Bobby McCoy breaks one tackle and eludes
another as he races his way to the Valley High goal
below left: Stand-in quarterback J oe Chavira elects
to run the ball in one of the Dawgs triple-option
below: Larry Williams outjumps his defenders as he
catches a touchdown pass from senior quarterback
Bulldogs Record Most Wins Since 1969
Bobby McCoy finds a big hole in the Sandia line and in the air. Offensively, they were led by Steve defensive side was led by Boni Lucero
and moves through for a big ground gain. The Marquez, quarterbackg Bobby McCoy, Wendell Hendricks, Wendell Sweet and Larry Williams.
Bulldogs moved the ball well both on the ground Sweet, Odell Liggins, and Larry Williams. The
Odell Liggins crashes through the Valley defensive line but is brought down by two V.H.S. linebackers.
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left: The photographer catches the game on the
level seen by the coaches, the teams and the
below: The team captains and the referees discuss
what action will be taken on a penalty.
ront: Rudy Lucero-Mgr., Albert Sedilloghlgr., Jenkins, center: Robert Blea, Steve Marquez, and John Sanchez, Don Varney, Scott Hendricks,
oudy Montoya, David Martinez, Paul Fields, Morris Huling, Bob McCoy, Odell Liggins, Calvin Herbert Stanley, Jim Davis, Mike Wilson, Larry
esley Stevenson, Ralph Sanchez, Joe Chavira,Jim Hill, James Morgan, Charles Simpson, Mike Williams, Clarence Williams, John Lewis, Boni
edillo, Richard Nunez, Edward Hunt and Richard Campos. back: Coaches Tony Valdez, Myrl Smith Lucero H1'ldWCY1dCllSWCCt.
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above: Aside from the roughness of the opposition
there was also the slippery grass to guard against.
above right: Joe Chavira is brought down by three
Raven hacks as he tries to gain needed yardage.
right: Sheer jubilation fills the football team as
they rejoice over their first shocking victory.
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left: Bulldog defenders use a domino drop effect in
stopping the Sandia Matador quarterback.
lower left: Punter Steve Nlarqucz gets off another
of his high, spiraling, line-drive kicks.
below: The referees' arms go up to signal another
touchdown scored by the fighting Bulldogs,
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above: Good passing ability proved useful as the
Bullpup offense marched down the field.
above right: The Bullpup ground game ran
smoothly against the Valley High Norsemen.
right: The Pup offense sets in formation prlor to
the snap of the ball to quarterback Wes Stevenson.
Tough Schedule and Injuries
Slow Pace of J- Gridders
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left: james Morgan is brought down by a
player after a long completed forward pass.
Along with the gories of football came the
shake-ups and the unfortunate, minor injuries.
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'72 B-Team: front, Robert Candelaria-Mgr, Rudy Lucero-Mgr., Joe Macias, Ken Lucero,
Tommy Zamora, Ernie Salas, Paul Foster, Robert Louie Ortiz, Gene Gutierrez, Isaac Fields, Donald
Baca, Wesley Stevenson, Ismael Baca, Filbcrt Mar- 01'fiZ, 101111 WilSOIl, GC0l'g2 Fields, M2-Tk Hall and
tinez, Michael Rogers, and Edward Hunt. center: Andrew Romero. back: Coach Burgess, Loudy
Montoya, David Padilla, Ken Sharts, jim Morgan,
Herbert Stanley, John Lewis, Almon Majors, Larry
Rodriguez, Rick Nuanes, Jim Sedillo and Alfred
Sports 1 55
Gymnasts Achieve Success First Season
ln the first year of team competition
the gymnasts proved to be some ol' the finest
in the state. After only eleven months of
practice and preparation the team began its
competition. Two seniors competed with the
squad. Eugene Espinosa specialized in the
side-horse and vaulting events, while
Clarence Marquez mastered the still rings
and the even parallel bars. Steve Ortiz was
the teams' top athlete, and is one of the New
Mexico state all-around champions. The
team held an exhibition assembly in order to
display their talents, to encourage the stu-
dent body to attend the meets and to invite
interested persons to join the team. Eddie
Burch and Fred Cardenas, UNM gymnasts
assisted Coach Baca.
Spotters stand stead-fast as junior Steve Ortiz goes mandatory when any gymnast mounts the equip
through his optional high-bar routine. Spotters are ment in practice or in competition.
left: fkneelingj Team members, Robert Montano,
Clarence Marquez, Ronald Montoya. fstandingj
Coach j. D. Baca, Steve Vargas, Glen Isler, Gene
Espinosa, Mike Perez, Paul Gallegos, Steve Ortiz,
and Tony Lovato.
below: Coach Baca steadies Clarence Marquez as he
begins his strength demanding ring routine.
above left: Steve Vargas executes a vault over the
horse during the premiere gymnastics assembly.
above: Strength and agility are two important
facets of Steve 0rtiz's intricate side-horse routine.
left: The team stands to accept the thunderous
ovation given them at the end of the special
SPOHS 1 57
Newspaper Polls Rate Bulldog
Cagers Among Stateis Finest
above: Tom Maestas drives in for a lay-up in the
annual Varsity vs. Sophomore basketball exhibit-
above right: jim Conners goes high in the air to
win the toss-up at the home season opener.
Larry Williams springs above the defense to get off jefferson. This was the cagers second of three
a short shot in the first home game against El Paw victories over this team.
Jim Connors Andre Gandy
Tommy Maestas executes good defense for A.H.S. The Dawgs won the game to take an Rick Giron
an Eldorado Eagle in the district lid-lifter early lead in the district 2AAAA conference race.
For the third year in a row the Bulldog
liasketliallers were selected as one of the
finest teams in the state. Pre-season polls
posted a second place district finish, and
awarded them the fifth place slot in the
statewide Class AAAA ratings. Sportswriters
based their selection on the fact that Coach
Jim Hulsman's charges would lie made up of
seven returning lettermen, six of them
coming off last yearis state runner-up team.
Jim Connors was the only returning starter,
but the other five saw plenty of action
throughout the season.
December saw the Dawgs start out well
as they gained a third place finish in the El
Paso Austin Tournament. Wins over Patter-
son and Cathedral High Schools put the AHS
five into the semis against eventual champs
Austin Panthers. That loss set up a third
place clash against EP-Jefferson. The next
two week-ends saw the Bulldogs win four
more against Pass City fives. The Christmas
break found A.H.S. with a 7-1 record.
Tom Maestas Consistent and effective shooting helped the Bull- Paso fivCS, Their Only los in December was to El
dog cagers to garner their first seven wins over El P3S0'ALlStill.
Richard Jenkins lays in the ball over one of the
players from El Paso-Jefferson High. Marty Valles Larry williams
Basketball is commonly known as the non-contact fough and fumble game against Rio Grande-
sport, apparently this is not the case during the
100th Win for
El Paso Patterson
El Paso Cathedral
El Paso Austin
El Paso j efferson
El Paso High
El Paso ,jefferson
El Paso Andres
Varsity cagers fstandingl to rj Coach J im Hulsman, Williams, Marty Valles and assistants Abe Estrada Maestas, Richard Jenkins, Steve Maestas, Andre
Assistant Ross Garcia, David Romo, Roscoe Locke, and jess Miranda. fsitting l to rj Anthony Olivas, Gandy, Jerome Padilla and manager Rick Sedillo.
Jim Conners, Jesse Cleaver, Richard Giron, Larry Rudy Lucero, Ron Padilla, Eric Gandy, Tom
below-Senior jim Connors adds two markers to
the A.l-LS. vs. Eldorado Eagle score.
below right-Richard Jenkins drives around his
man and toward the Manzano Monarch basket.
!X.l'l.S. 49 Wlanzano
AHS. T8 Sandia
A.ll.S. 48 West Mesa
A.l'l.3. 68 Highland
A.I-l.S. TI Rio C rzmdc
A.H.S. 86 Valley
A.l'l.S. 69 Eldorado
A.H.S. 79 Del Norte
Cagers Win District Title
Fourth Straight Year
Richard Giron gets off an outside shot that aided
the Dawgs district victory over Eldorado.
Forward Andre Gandy outjumps the defense and
attempts to score on a short jump-shot.
Richard Jenkins displays his usual diligent movcs as p0intS during the championship game of the
he works around a Manzano defender for two ZAAAA tournament.
January and February saw many suc-
cessful games recorded hy the 'Dogs They
completed the regular season with only one
loss in district play. Their 15-l district ree-
ord won them an automatic lmcrth in the
state tournament. They also won the
championship of the district tournament.
Jim Conners traditionally clips the nets after the The 1973 District 2AAAA championship basket- them after winning the tournament for the fourth
championship game after defeating Manzano ball team proudly displays their trophy awarded to consecutive year.
Goes to Jim Hulsman
Coach jim Hulsman listens as his able assistants
jess Miranda and Abe Estrada alert theqtcam to
offensive and defensive changes that can be made
in order that the Bulldogs can maintain their lead
over the Gallup Bengals in the opening game ofthe
For the second time in 4 years, Coach
Jim Hulsman was named Class AAAA
Coach-of-the-year. Coach llulsman has done
what only few coaches in the state have
accomplished. After taking the head spot in
196869, Coach Hulsman has compiled an
unbelievable 111 win, 21 loss rccord over 5
seasons. Also to his credit are one State
Championship Team, three times as many
runners-up in the state finals, and the only
coach to have had a team competing in the
championship game four consecutive years.
Through these years his teams have also won
four straight regular season championships,
and won the University of Albuquerque
Tournament three years in a row, retiring
the traveling trophy, and giving it a perma-
nent home at A.H.S.
This year, the Bulldog team was picked
to finish third in district, but came up with
the regular season and tournament cham-
pionships. The 7Dogs placed second in the
state after beating Hobbs, and Gallup.
A strong drive past Melvin Baker of Gallup nets
two points for senior point-man Tom Maestas in
the Bulldogs thrilling 67-65 win.
The personable Coach ,lim Hulsman was named as
the Coach-of-the-Year for his talent in preparing
another great basketball team.
Richard jenkins fakes out his man and goes up for
a long jumper and two points that lifted the Bull-
dogs over Hobbs 83-79.
State Tourney Runner-Up Spot to AH
Rick Giron does his share of the job on the defense
against the Manzano Monarchs. The defense always
Tom Maestas gets two markers for the Bulldogs in
the slow and eold first half of the championship
Left: A man for all situations, Coach Hulsman,
congratulates a Manzano player and tries to con-
sole a dejected and heartbroken Richard jenkins,
one of the A.H.S. Superstars.
District Tournament Championship
A.H .S. 75 M anza no 72
A,H.s. 67 Gallup 65
A.H.S. 83 llobbs 79
A.H.S. 58 Manzano 59
The Bulldogs fighting varsity did what
was thought impossible during the 1972-73
basketball season by going all the way to the
finals of the state tournament. Pre-season
polls listed the Bulldogs third in the ratings,
but were to be proven wrong as the season
progressed. The Dogs came up with thrilling
and impressive victories in all but three
games. Their final season record was 26-3.
One loss was an early season defeat at
Austin-El Paso. Manzano was the only other
team to defeat the 'Dogs, once in the early
season and again in the finals of the State
Tournament. A district record of 15-1 put
the team into the state tournament where
they recorded unbelievable wins over third
ranked Gallup, and second ranked Hobbs.
The exhausted ,Dogs were nipped in an over-
time game in the finals of the tourney by
Vlanzano. Larry Williams, Tom Maestas, and
Richard Jenkins were named to the all-
tourney team. Rick Giron was listed as
honorable mention. The bitter defeat left its
mark on many people, but true sportsman-
ship was maintained.
Albuquerque Journal sportswriter Jerry
MeDaniels summed up the sentiment of all
Bulldog fans with the following lines in a
post-state tournament articleg 4'The
Monarchs are the state champions, but-ah,
B-Team Cagers-fstanding l to rj manager Tom Sharts and Coach Jess Miranda sitting l to rj Hovey manager Tony Trujillo
Romo, Bob Garcia, Roscoe Locke, jesse Cleaver, manager Frank 0l1VHS .llm Morgan R011 Padilla
Delton Dotson, Greg Powdrell,Jerome Padilla, Ken Keith Engllsh Steve Nlaestas Eric Gandy Tony
J unior-Varsit Has Impresslve Season
B-Team basketball has become one of
the major sports attractions on the A.H.S.
campus. Under the leadership of head J-V
coach, jess Miranda, the team recorded
several important victories over many of the
top teams in the city and the region, The
team was paced by several members who
also did double-duty by filling in on the
varsity roster. Among the top players on the
squad were Steve Maestas, guardg Ron
Padilla, forwardg Eric Candy, guardg Jerome
Padilla, forwardg and Jesse Cleaver, center.
right-Steve Maestas drives along the baseline to
score on an uncontested lay-up.
far right-Keith English crashes through for a score
as teamates await the outcome.
far left-Stress is placed on the ability to overcome
tough defensive pressures.
left-Also stressed by Coach Estrada is good
defensive play and quick movement.
Coach Abe Estrada heads up the sopho-
more team, better known to the student
body as thc Dukes. The primary job of the
team is lo prepare themselves for future
competition with the B-Team and eventually
with the varsity squad. Coach Estrada
prepares thc team in the proper physical and
mental conditions to keep them on the
Early Training Gained by Soph. Cage Team
C-Team members-fstanding l to rj manager Tom Garcia, and Abe Estrada. fsitting l to rj manager and manager Tony Trujillo.
Romo, Alex Ramirez, Robert Garcia, John Lewis, Frank Olivas, James Morgan, Rick Nuanes, Fred
Adan Carriaga, Greg Powdrell, Coaches Ross Bunten, Edward Hunt, Tony Hovey, Ken Shafts,
For the first time in several seasons,
Coach Art Simoniis wrestling team had at
least one competitor in each of the weight
divisions. Maurice liandavazo was selected to
the All-City Team, and teammates Dennis
Nlascarenas, Robert Mendez and Lawrence
Vargas were chosen Honorable Mention.
The team was one of the lop contenders
for the title in the six-team division of the
IAAAA District. l972-73 proved to be one
ol' the best seasons for the varsity wrestling
above-Coach Simoni gives bits of advice to Robert
Mendez preceeding his big match.
right-Maurice Landavazo raises his opponent up
with plans of bringing him down hard onto the
Standing l to r: Mike Garcia, Maurice Landovazo, Vargas, Calvin Hill, Bobby McCoy, Herbert
Dennis Mascarenas, Larry Benavidez, Robert Stanley, Charles Simpson, Coach Art Simoni.
Mendez, Billy Johns, Michael Lucero, Lawrence
The efer '
Lawrence Var as r ee' awards three points to Lawrence
g Vargas for his near-pm efforts.
top-Larry Benavidez suffers the agony of defeat
after his tiresome wrestling match.
top right-Lawrence Vargas pins his Valley High
opponent during regular season competition,
above-Team coaching and advisement come from
team members on the sideline,
above right-the referee goes low to determine if an
A.H.S, wrestler has won by a pin.
right-Coach Art Simoni shouts out helpful
instructions to one of the Bulldog matmen.
Well in Season Competition
Qualify f or
Larry Benavidez holds his Eldorado opponent in a
firm arm lock, in preparation for his drive to win a
A Bulldog matman rolls his opponent over onto his
back and holds him there until the referee signals a
Sheer determination is important to every wrestler,
here one of the Bulldogs goes after his opponent
with intentions of pinning him. The referee signals
that three points are won by Lawrence Vargas as
he holds his Valley opponent down on the mat.
Starting Positions Held
By Senior Baseballers
A new and different approach to base-
ball proved to be the needed incentive that
has moved the Bulldog baseball program up
from several winless seasons to the district
race challengers they have proved to be.
Coach John Sanchez holds the position of
head coach, this is his second year in that
spot. Several senior lettermen staff the start-
ing position on the team.
Above: These twelve men are the outfielders on
the team. The ability to ground the ball is impor-
tant at this position.
Above Right: Coach Sanchez and the team's co-
captains Steve Marquez and Louie Quintana discuss
Right: The infield will he steadily manned by the
talented and experienced basemen and shortstop
on the team.
Baseball team members: ffront l. to rj Dan Ortiz,
Jim Sedillo, Albert Sandoval, Marty Lopez,
Reuben Perea, Steve Bace, Louie Quintana, Steve
jaramillo, Ron Landavazo, Mike Quentero, fBack l.
to r.j Carlos Ruiz, Steve Marquez, Richard Sedillo,
Bernie Salazar, Dan Chavez, Eloy Chavez, Charlie
Garza, and Coach Sanchez.
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between the five fine pitchers playing on the
Above: Coach john Sanchez is the man responsible
for the rebuilding job done for the baseball pro-
gram at A.H.S.
Morris Huling soars high above the bar in his
Tracksters Slated as One of
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ahead of his closest opponents in the opening track
meet in 1973.
A timer clocks the Bulldog entry in the one mile
race. A.H.S. was strongest in the track, rather than
Lawrence Vargas prepares to heave the javelin out Up and over the high hurdles goes one of the Bull-
ovcr the infield of Milne Stadium. Lawrence was dog team's top notch hurdlers, who was one of the
one of the team's top men. toughest track competitors.
Passing and receiving the baton is foremost in the
minds of medley relay runners Ralph Sanchez and
Eddie jaramillo returns a served ball with his flashy
and stylized forehand swing.
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doubled his duties by teaching and coaching.
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Senior Frank X. Chavez was singled out as the
number one man on the small but mighty varsity
Senior Dominate Varsity Tenni Team
Wyatt Moore gets off his serve and his partner,
John Rivera, follows the fast moving action.
John Sanchez and john Polinko practice rallying 2AAAA district and plays its matches at the
and serving before getting into their opening ferent courts around the Albuquerque Area.
doubles match. The tennis team competes in the
Scott Hendrickson makes a smooth and driving
swing while teeing off during one of the prematch
Trey Frazier lines up his putter and concentrates
on the direction and strength needed to sink in a
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Members of the varsity golf team are: Coach
Valdez, Trey Frazier, Alfred Baca, Lawrence
Salazer, joe Chavira, Andy Vigil and Scott
Hendrickson, Frazier and Hendrickson are senior
Coach Valdez shows Andy Vigil the proper method
and stance that is used by most golfers for more
Sports 1 77
Volleyball, Basketball Are
Top GAA ports Events
The A.H.S. Chapter of the Girls Athletic
Association was sponsored and coached by
Miss Freda Sandell, girls physical education
instructor. Becky Ortiz was the only re-
turnee who had lettered in the sports club.
G.A.A. financed all of their own activities by
sponsoring a G.A.A. vs. Women Teachers
Basketball game. There were traveling costs
and tournament fees to pay from the earned
funds. The teams competed in volleyball and
Above: Sponsor of G.A.A., Miss Sandell and one of
the sports assistants discuss the bracket set-up for
the St. Pius Tournament.
Above right: Debbie Vargas goes up to grab the
rebound after a missed shot. The G.A,A, team did
well in season competition.
Becky Ortiz dribbles through the full-court press
being played by the opposition in a local tourna-
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The Albuquerque High School chapter season. Several schools from Albuquerque work involved, there was time for a snake
of the Girls Athletic Association sponsored a and the surrounding area competed for the dance.
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Sheri Lyon tosses an overhead pass to her team-
mate Becky Ortiz to set up an offensive play for
janet Zamora makes a steal on a bounce pass from
one of the Rio Grande team members at the St.
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Athletes listen attentivly as Coach Medley talks of
A-Clubs future projects which will involve all mem-
bers of the club.
Track coach Ken Medley sponsored and directed
activities for A-Club.
Active Albuquerque High athletes made
up one of the outstanding clubs at A.H.S.
These members ol' A-Club are athletes who
have devoted their time and efforts to bring-
ing recognition to A.H.S. One of the more
enjoyable projects for A-Club is the animal
steak fry held in May. When these athletes
were not participating in ax sport they were
out cheering for their fellow athletes. Track
coach Ken Medley sponsored A-Club this
Athletes take pride in becoming a member of
A-Club. Meetings are held regularly to discuss
projects or problems.
Much hard work and practice goes into being a many times. At a game at West Mesa the Varsity
cheerlcaderg all the cheers have to be practiced Six doagreat cheer and kee the rd
p crow spirit going.
Vivacious Six Lift AHS Spirit
Leading school spirit for the year
772-773 were six outstanding cheerleadersg
Anita Edmond-Head, Sylvia Montoya,
Vivian Foster, Kathy Garcia. Ruby Muller
and Janet Wright. These girls worked hard to
he ahle to perform their cheers well! Most of
the spare time these girls had was taken up
in preparing for and attending different
A Spirit Stick was won by The Varsity
Six at a clinic which was held at University
Arena. In addition to the session at UNM,
they attended a cheerleading clinic in Clovis.
lVliss Sandell sponsored Varsity this year as
well as B-Team.
janet Wright supports our great football team by
leading a cheer.
Although distracted for just a moment, Kathy
Garcia goes right on cheering.
Sylvia Montoya claps her hands and gives us a big
smile as A.l-l.S. runs past an opponent.
Vivian Foster yells out a cheer that is bound to
keep the crowd enthused.
Many practice sessions such as the one above were
needed throughout the year in preparation for
games and other events.
Ruby Muller waits calmly and quietly as one of the
players goes to the free throw line.
Head cheerleader for the A.H.S. Bulldogs this year
was Anita Edmon who here leads a cheer at a home
Hard Work Keeps Bulldoggies On Top
Thirteen hardworking and energetic girls .
made up a fine group of Bulldoggies. They
performed at every home game at half-time,
and in addition to these duties, they also
held the seore eards at gyinnastie meets.
One of the highlights for the girls was a
trip to Denver to perform at a Denver
Rockets game. 'llhetrip was made possible
through hardwork and donations by fellow
students. To make money the girls sold
candy ezines, candy apples, lemons, and
baked goodsg and they had two ear washes.
Miss Postlethwait sponsored Bull-
doggies. Melvin George, a personal friend,
accompanied the Bulldoggies.
While in Denver the Bulldoggies visit the airport
and take time out to call home.
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Bulldoggies at Denver, top row from left to right: Ortega, bottom row: Valerie Webb, Linda Chavez,
Liz Vargas, Judy Saavedra, Irma Correa, Nlarvelyn Yolanda Giron, Maxie Riggens, Joanne Atencio,
Fresques, Debra Arellano, Dora Lovato, lVlary Ann Clorinda Duran.
Bulldoggies work hard to prepare good routines,
and they work long hours to learn all the routines
Bulldoggies clown in Denver while Valerie and
Linda, co-captains, try to keep Irma from falling.
avez and Maxi Riggens show the
needed to be a Bulldoggie.
'Ilhe long hours of work and exercise pay-off as the
gu'ls show their talent in Denver performing a
iss Sandell, B-Team sponsor, confers with the Above B-Team does a formation rarely seen in hi
ewly elected cheerleaders on their duties for the. school.
his years B-Team cheerleaders were hard working
d full of energy.
Out of the many Sophomore and Junior
girls running for B-Team only six were
chosen to represent A.l'l.S. Terry Padilla
headed this team of enthusiastic and ener-
After only a short time of practicing
together they assumed the many duties of
cheerleading and performed in a pep
assembly. These girls also cheered for all
B-team athletic events.
Making bright signs to put in the gym
during basketball season took many hours
for B-team. Miss Sandell sponsored B-team
again this year.
B-team from top to bottomg Maria Rabyg Beatrice
Martinezg Theresa Gonzalezg Terry Padilla, Hcadg
Rita Santiago and Jane Gutierrez.
The Girls Athletic Association of
Albuquerque High had an eventful year full
of many successes. The approximately thirty
girls competed with other girls teams in both
volleyball and basketball. The basketball
season was capped in February with the
annual Faculty-Student Basketball Game.
Members of G.A.A. gather around their sponsor athletically mclmed an opportunity to participate
and coach, Miss Sandell. G.A.A. gives girls who are 1n athletic events against other girls
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ghtg Sherry Lyon, Becky Ortiz, Vickie Gutierrez. against womens faculty.
Above: Becky Ortiz prepares for a game. Below:
Miss Sandell works in snackbar during game.
Organizations 1 91
Three Seniors Lead Council Activities
Student Council had many obstacles to
deal with throughout the year. The Council
was beset with financial difficulties and so
the students worked hard all year to not
only relieve the deficit, but also to acquire
new funds to increase activities
The hardworking trio in charge of all
this was Joe Samora, Presidentg Cathy Wil-
liams, Vice-Presidentg and Cheryl Agnes,
Secretary-treasurer. They were assisted by all
the other class officers and members of Stu-
Student Body officers from left to right: Joe
Samora, Kathy Williams and Cheryl Agnes.
Attendance was very good at most student council
meetings. The council had a large candy sale at
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Christmas time in an effort to raise money. There
were 60 active members in Student Council.
New AHS is Concern of Student Council
Student Council and Class Officers are from left to Samara, Anthony Griego, Cheryl Agnes, Debbie
right: joey Quintana, Marvelyn Fresquez, Rita Garcia and Frank A, Chavez,
Olvera, Barbara lVliera, Kathy Williams, Joe
O.E.A. is a national youth organization
dedicated to serving students enrolled in
vocational occupations education. A l972
graduate of Albuquerque High School, Tillie
Barela, presided over the national organiza-
tion ol' over 40,000 members.
,lanie Perry, president of O.E.A. is also
regional vice president. She is assisted by
Pauline Carter, vice president. Miss Dixie
lVleGehee is sponsor.
The O.E.A. emblem stands proudly on the wall of the 0.E.A, chapter.
a business education class. This is the fifth year of
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Fun and more fun was on the agenda for the
Open house was held by O.E.A. in October for all
O.E.A. members study hard to learn their skills
President of O.E.A. Janie Perry demonstrates her
skill at work.
Secretary Linda Chavez takes a coffee break from
At the O.E.A. tubing party members watch as
other members come sliding down the hillside.
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Band Brings Honor to
Band is composed of different bands all
with their own accomplishments. Mr.
Conlon headed the Music Dept. and spon-
sored all bands.
The Albuquerque Nlarching Band per-
formed in the Christmas Parade and walked
away with a first place trophy and the
The Showtime Band was introduced to
the A.H.S. student body during the La Reata
assembly. Later in the year they gave a
concert playing all the latest popular rock
tunes. Jerry Blea was band leaderg Morris
Holding band trophies are from left to right: Wyatt
Moore, Drum Nlajorg Vickie Gutierrez, Treasurerg
Cheryl Agnes, Seeretaryg joe Russey, President.
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for the first time during the La Reata assembly in
lVlr. Conlon directs the Pep Band dunng a football
Under the direction of Mr. Conlon the Bulldog also performed for many other special events and
band entertains during an early assembly. The hand for many athletic events as well.
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proudly in the Christmas Parade in which it was mg 32111610 honors-
awarded first place and the sweepstakes.
This yearns RECORD was sponsored by
lVlrs. Vivian who had twelve very helpful
people on her staff. Rose Garcia and Joni
Barth shared major responsibilities as Co-
The RECORD had the distinction of
being the only high school newspaper being
printed on the A.P.S. press. A copy of every
edition was sent to the parents of every
A.H.S. student by mail.
The RECORD supplied detailed infor-
mation on all the happenings at A.H.S.
The entire RECORD staff takes time to work on
the folding and addressing of RECORD copies to
he sent to parents of students here at A.H,S. This is
Mrs. Vivian picks up a load of RECORD copies and
starts looking for the nearest mail box. Over a
thousand copies are sent to homes.
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The scenes of BAREFOOT lN THE PARK are Killion, Eddie ,Iaramillo andjoe Samora. I l I
beautifully performed by Sue Goodson Kim
Usherettes for BAREFOOT IN THE PARK are:
fstandingj Patsy Padilla, Carlotta McDaniels, Lydia
Sanchez, Lulu Baca, Mary Pimental, Margaret
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Romero, Belinda Anaya, fseatedj Patsy Gallegos,
Debbie Martinez Tina Pederson
Acting, and acting and acting? Nol This
yearbs Drama Club took active participation
in many more fields of drama and theater
other than acting. Close to 40 students
discovered make-up, play-writing, stage
building, and many different parts of
theatre. Students who took part in the
BAREFOOT IN THE PARK play became
members of the National Thespian Society.
Mr. Sam Tapia, director and teacher,
took students to dramatic performances
throughout the city. The Drama Club per-
formed at U.N.M.'s Southwest Theatre
Festival and at N.M. State's Drama Festival.
The fund-raising projects for drama
were plays, a talent show and a Film
Mr. Tapia steps out from the wings to direct a
Small Staff Works Conscientiously
Mrs. Rose Marie Myers was the sponsor
of the La Reata for l973. The annual staff
consisted of only nine interested students,
which meant plenty of hard work for all.
MWheel of Lifew was chosen as the
theme because the staff felt that life is a
never-ending cycle, full of repetitious experi-
Fund-raising projects consisted of a
lemon sale, roller skating party, class pin sale
and the selling of old yearbooks. This yearis
cditors were Pam Baca and Joe Cisneros.
Terry Garcia was Business Manager.
Ironing out problems on captions are Mrs. Myers
and Leroy Gonzales.
Ron Romancito and Vivian Platero listen intently
during a staff meeting.
Members of the Apathy Band, Frank A. Chavez,
Anthony Griego, Louis Quintana and Wyatt Moore
graciously assist the staff at the La Reata
Copy editor, joe Cisneros, works busily at his
typewriter to create copy for the yearbook.
Pam Baca, Layout editor, spends a few minutes
working on captions,
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to Produce Yearbook
Eyes intent on her task, Vivian Platero types
industriously to finish senior list.
Photographer, Becky Ortiz, focuses her camera for
a La Reata picture.
Leroy Gonzales works on the arrangement of
pictures and copy in order to get everything on the
Thomas Palladini, a late addition to the staff,
Terry Garcia, Business Manager, takes a break to
enjoy an amusing occurrence in the class.
One of the photographers, Ron Romancito, sorts
pictures to be included in the yearbook.
Below left: Yolanda Gallegos sells herself a lemon
during the La Reata lemon sale while members of
the staff look on.
Cropping is one of the jobs Darlene Thomas
accomplishes during the yearbook class.
Two from AH Gain Staters Offices
ln June the Staters from Albuquerque
High attended a week-long session on
government operations which was sponsored
by American liegion.
Girls State was held in Las Vegas, New
Mexico on the Highlands University campus.
Kathy Williams was chosen Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court.
Boys Stale was held in Roswell, New
Mexico on the New Mexico Military
institute campus. joe Samora was chosen
Twelve girls and boys were chosen as
the slaters to represent Albuquerque lligh.
Mrs. Melleynolds, the sponsor of
Staters, had a party in her home at Christ-
mas time where all the Staters had a good
Staters from left to right first row: Sharon Dampf, Espinosa, Wyatt Moore, Anthony Griego Damon
Alesia Perry, Elva Sedillo, Becky Ortiz, Valerie Tobias, Louis Quintana, and joe Samora
Webb, and Kathy Williams. Second row: Eugene
Staters appreciate all the time and effort given to
them by their sponsor Mrs. McReynolds.
Alternates from left to right first row: Judy John Rivera, Allen Montoya, Eddie ,laramillo
Santiago, Cathy Large, Rose Garcia, Cheryl Agnes, Frank A. Chavez, and joe Cisneros.
,Ioby Mitchell, and Debra Garcia. Second row:
Hard Work Charaoterizes V.
Above: Here a State V.l.C.A. member initiates Steve Archibeque, ,Iery Romero,
and Clarence Campos into the organization. Below: Jerry Romero, Juan
Gutierrez, and Rick Zamora work at the V.l.C.A. car wash held in October 21,
I. C. A. Club
Roxann Vaughn was the Treasurer of V.l.C.A.
Mr. Hinkle smiles at the prospect of eating a hearty
Sponsoring this yearis V.l.C.A. was lVlr.
David Palmer. Officers were as follows:
President, jerry Romero: Vice-President,
Juan Gutierrez: Treasurer, Roxann Vaughn:
Secretary, Mike Campos: Reporter, Eugene
Chavez: Parliamentarian, Doug Goad.
Fund-raising projects consisted of a car
wash, roller skating party and the selling of
boxes of candy canes. There was u Stale
Convention in spring at Portales, and also a
luncheon was held for the club at the Royal
Fork during Christmas.
Above: Doing their share at the Christmas Luncheon are Doug Goad, Rudy
Pohl and Nick Candelaria. Below: Richard Ortiz, John Brill, Jesse Vigil and
Carmen Gomez enjoy the Christmas Luncheon held at the Royal Fork.
Candlelight Ceremony For FHA Initiation
The officers of F.H.A. this year were
Anita Lucero, Presidentg Mary Jane
Archiheque, Vice-President. Mrs. Shock
sponsored Future Homemakcrs of America
once again this year. Fund-raising projects
included selling Sachet howls and stationery.
F.l-l.A. also helped needy families with
Christmas baskets of food, Officers and new
members were initiated in a special meeting
on December l9, with a candlelight cere-
This year's officers of F,H.A. are from left to right: Mary Jane Archibeque, Vice President Anita
Lena Castillo, Treasurerg Cathy Sanchez, Secretaryg Lucero, President.
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former President Gloria Sinnies.
New President Anita Lucero accepts a rose during
Mrs. Shock prepares the food to be served after the
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Sophomores Paint Bench for First Time
A first for not only the Sophomore Congress but Sophomore Bench. The class was marked by cn-
for all of Albuquerque High was the painting of the thusiasm.
Members of Sophomore Congress are pictured in Stevens, Top row, left to right: Calvin Young, Rita
the bottom row from left to right: jackie Garcia, Olvera,,Ioey Quintana, and Barbara Miera.
Elizabeth Baca, Mrs. Hill, Vicky Smith, Rita
Sophomore Congress began the year
with a geat deal ol' enthusiasm. In October
they had a bake sale, and they demonstraterl
their school spirit lay winning the award for
the class with the most spirit during Spirit
Week. During l-Jt'!Cl'!IIlll6l' the Sophomore
Class sold posters.
This was the first year that a Sopho-
more Congress has ever painted the
'l'here were approximately twenty-live
active members in the congress which is
sponsored hy Xlrs. Hill. She is assists-rl with
the activities hy Ylr. Tapia. One of the high-
lights of the year was the traclitional Senior
Breakfast that the Sophomore Congress
This year's officers are, standing: Rita Olvera,
Presidentg Barbara Miera, Secretary-Treasurerg
Seated: Joey Quintana, Vice-President.
yers's Homeroorn Contributes to Spirit
The Students in Mrs. lVlyer's homeroom met every
day in room 219 to study literature and grammar
in their English IV class. Throughout the year, the
class was a favorite source of income for any
organization needing money.
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Club Wins Honors in Speech Competition
Speech competition consists of many
specialized fields such as dramatic interpreta-
tion, extemporaneous speech, debate and
The club worked hard to-learn and
improve in these fields. As evidence of lhis
hard work, many individuals in the club,
won regional honors. This year's Speech
Club sponsor was Mrs. Watters.
Speech Club members are: Isabel Barraza, Louis
Quintana, Cathy Large, Damon Tobias, President:
Andy Armijo, Patsy O,Leary, Historiang Eddie
Mrs. Watters has little time in her schedule to pose
for La Reata.
jaramillo, Joe Samora, Maxi Riggens, Anthony
This year a very unique club was formed
by a group of outstanding students who
wanted to help improve the spirit of A.H.S.
They chose the name Apathy Clubg and
totally contrary to its name, the club was
very active in many aspects.
The Apathy Club helped thc La Heata
assembly and several other assemblies
become successful. The Apathy band,
dressed in ridiculous costumes, performed
hilarious routines which brought laughter to
all who saw them. Becky Ortiz, the only girl
in the club, introcliiced thc band at all the
This strange sight of the Apathy band became a
common sight at assemblies.
Apathy Club members from left to right are: Frank Rivera, Anthony Griego, Frank A. Chavez, and
X. Chavez, Eddie Jaramillo, Damon Tobias, Louie Billy Cruz.
Quintana, Eugene Espinosa, Wyatt Moore, john
r. Godley's Homeroom Works for Succes
Mr. Godley waits patiently in the class
his students have their picture taken.
room while Mr. Godley's seventeen homeroom students take have their picture taken on Lhg Stairs
time out from their daily chemistry assignments to
The Mixed Chorus are left to right, Row 1: Patsy
Talbot, Pam Anaya, Leroy Garcia, Gary Sprunk,
Frank Aranda, Richard Padilla, and Larry Baca,
McGui.ness, Calvin Young, Michael Lucero
Anthony Hoovey, Eddie Arguello, Bessie Joe
Anita Andazola, and Becky Ramirez, Row 3
Row 2: Lenore Ellis, Sharon Gatson, Jimmy Maxine Lopez, Vickie Torres, Margaret Romero,
This Year's Chorus Has the
The Girls Chorus are left to right, Row 1: Theresa Nuanesg Row 2: Yolanda Chavez, Lucille Segura,
Funes, Linda Aragon, Gene Marquiez, Jeanette Wilma Reyna, and Susan Dorn, Row 3: Yolanda
Lovato, Ruth Martinez, Linda Vigil, and Dorthy, Baca, Louise Edmon, and Roberta Segura.
Rose Cabezuela, Denise Woods, Charlene Ducks-
worth, Phyllis Fillmore, Gemma Bezerra, Gloria
Baca, and Dora Cabezuela.
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Chorus which consisted of three groups,
Concert Choir, Girls Chorus and Mixed
Chorus, was directed by Miss Piseiolta. This
is the first year that all the groups had
uniforms. Money was raised for the uniforms
by selling note cards, and having an orange
and lemon sale.
This year's Chorus performed two
concerts for the student body, one on
December 20, and the other on January 31.
Miss Pisciotta, who made every effort to
update the music sung by the Chorus,
selected such songs as PS0 Farawayf'
4'Where the Children Play" and MOne Tin
Miss Pisciotta explains the slide program which was
an integral of the Christmas Concert.
This year a new vocal group was established
entitled '4Black-Gold." The members are Linda
Shannon, Denise Woods, and Charlene
Concert Choir fleft to rightj, Row 1: Arma Lucero, Kathy Large, Debbie Kent, Maria Ramirez, Cordova, jimmy Conners, Mike Torres, Lupe
Valencia, Merlinda Gutierrez, Roberta Gonzales, Lenora Ellis, Joanna Lucero, David Otero, and Bel-mudez,Taby Martinez, and Jeanie Candeleria.
Frank Aranda, Janet Wright, Yvonne Anderson, Chuck Lopezg Row 3: Sue Goodson, David
Debbie Martinez, and Oday jonesg Row 2: Lucille Alderate, Patricia Fillmore, Calvin Hill, Vidal
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Students Earn Honors in Special Areas
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Kathy Kay Williams
Anthony P. G ricgo
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Basketball is Specialty of Top Athletes
Vietnam ar nd
Riflhafd M- NiX011, President of the United
At the University Arena, Gracie Slick, of the songs in the repretoire of the group.
Jefferson Airplane, performs one of the many
The year of '72-'73 ended another cycle
of war and started another cycle of peace.
On January 27, 1973 at 5200 p.m. a cease
fire agreement was signed to end the
On November 4, 1972, President Nixon
visited the Albuquerque lnternational
Airport to campaign for the November 7
election. Elected as a new United States
Senator was Pete Domenici.
Concerts are a new trend among young
people today. And one such concert enjoyed
this year was the Jefferson Airplane Concert
which was held on September 10, 1972.
The two newest buildings built were the
Convention Center and the Airport Marina
ln late August and early September a
resident of Albuquerque, Cathy Carr, qual-
ified for the Olympics. She won two Gold
Medals in swimming.
Another highlight for the year 1973 was
the Hot Air Balloon Race which began
February 12 and ended on February 17.
There were 90 different balloons from all
over the U.S. and other foreign countries.
Our newly elected senator, Pete Domenici, has
already proven to be an active representative of
On October 6, 7, and 8 Albuquereans flooded into
the new convention center located in the down-
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Eighteen year-old, Cathy Carr, who represented the
United States in the Olympics, won two gold
medals in swimming.
Cathy Carr Wins Gold Medals at Olympics
A gala fiesta to celebrate the opening of the The hotel was designed to fit into the South-
Airport Marina Hotel was held in December, 1972. WCSiCl'I1 111'Chitf2Cl'Llr0 of OUP City-
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SENIOR ACTIVITY LIST
Majorette, Drama Club
GAA, Jr. House, Sr. Senate
Jr. Escort, Student Council, Girls St.
Exhibit in Art Show
Archibeque, Mary Jane
Baseball QIOJ, ICT QIZJ
Tutor 3 yrs.
A-Club Q10-ID, Chess Club
DECA Member, Photographer fl 23
B-Team Cheerleader, Jr. Escort, Student
Majorette, Drama Club, Student Coun-
cil, Rhodes Youth Board
Baldonado, Tommy M.
Concert Choir, Sr. Senate Rep., Sec. of
Barela, James A.
Barreras, Raul P.
Soph. Congress, Student Council, Class-
room officer, Basketball, Wrestling,
A-Club, La Reata
Barth, Joni M.
Ed. of Newspaper, Homecoming Court,
Student Council, Homeroom Officer, Jr.
Escort, Jr. Achievement
Basey, Joey E.
Begaye, Elouise G.
Advanced Band, Band l, OEA
Begaye, Sarah M.
Begaye, Lorena V.
Wrestling, Track, DECA, Photographer
for DECA, A-Club
Student Council, Concert Choir
National llonor Soc., Student Council
Rep., VICA, Football, Baseball, A-Club
Campos, Adeline E.
Candelaria, Cecilia NI.
Candelaria, Jeanie P.
Candelaria, Jose R.
Jr. Escort, DECA, Student Council
Candelaria, Nick D.
Candelaria, Patricia N.
Carabajal, Arthur D.
Carlile, Jimmie L.
Carpenter, Larry D.
ROTC, Wrestling l2, Track I2
Carroll, Janett L.
Carter, Pauline F.
Pam-Amer. Club, Jr. Escort, OEA
Castellano, Barbara A.
Castillo, Charles A.
Sr. Rep., Sr.-Jr. Achievement
Pep Club, Drill Team, FHA, Navajo
Rep. for Queen's Court
Chavez, Alex L.
Chavez, Alice L.
Chavez, Erlinda Y.
Chavez, Eugene T.
ICT, ROTC, Treasurer I2
Chavez, Evelyn M.
Chavez, Frank A.
Soph. Congress, Jr. House, Sr. Senate,
Staters fBoy Statej, Speech Club, Sr.
Class V.P., Presidents Cabinet, Student
Council, PTSA, ROTC, ROTC Color
Guard, PTSA, Executive Board, South
Area Advisory Board, Special Days,
AHS Marching Band, Apathy Club,
Young Life, KQEO, 'iYouth Speaks
Outw, West Point Leadership
Chavez, Frank X.
Soph. Congress, Young Life, Jr. House,
Student Council, Tennis, A-Club,
Speech Club, Yearbook 81 Newspaper
Photographer, Homecoming Escort, Sr.
Senate, Drama Club, Chess Club, t
Apathy Band I
Chavez, Geneva G.
Football, DECA, Student Council
Chavez, Joseph N.
Chavez, Michael R.
Chavez, Roynaldo L.
Chcromiah, Ronald D.
La Reata Co-Editor-in-Chief, Boys
State, Student Council, Sr. Senate, A-
Club, Football Letterman, Jr. House
Coleman, Keith E.
Stage Mgr.: Odd Couple-Barefoot In
the Park, DECA
Conant, James A.
Basketball, Football, A-Club, Student
Council, Cordova, Anita Soph. Congress,
Concert Choir, Sr. Senate, Tutor
Cordova, erry T.
Cordova, Merlinda T.
Cordova, Ray A.
Sr. Pres. of DECA, Jr. Achievement
All State Chorus, Student Council,
National Honor Soc., All City Chorus,
Choral Festival, Staters g'Girl Staten
Davis, James E.
DECA, Student Council
DeHa.rt, Jed L.
Dixon, Timothy L.
Student Council, Pres. of Girls State
Dubray, Mart H.
Student Council, Sr. Senate
Edmon, Anita M.
Concert Choir, Talent Show, Marching
Band, Record Staff, Pres. of Mixed
Espinosa, Eugene J.
Gymnastics team, Soph. Congress, jr.
House, Sr. Senate, Spec. Days, Spec.
Days Committee Mem., Speech Club,
Young Life, St. Young Life Board
Mem., Student Congress, District
Student Council, Staters Club, Boys
State Rep., CYO Mem., Apathy Club,
Espinosa, Bernard R.
Football, Athletic Club, Track
Fillmore, Phyllis D.
Foster, Vivian E.
GAA, Student Council, Jr. House, Sr.
Senate, Varsity Cheerleader, Drama
Varsity Cheerleader, Bulldoggie, J r.
Escort, OEA, Sr. Senate, Student Coun-
cil, Record Staff
Garcia, Leroy P.
Drama Club, Marching Band, School
Play Usher, Drama Club Pres., Jr. Year
Garcia, Pamela S.
Garcia, Ramona E.
Student Council, Record, Ed. of News-
paper, Sr. Senate, Staters Club, Tutor
Homcroom officer, La Reata
Garibay, Patricia '
G iron, Richard
Gomez, Cynthia J.
Homeroom Pres., Student Council, Sr.
Senator, Bulldoggie, jr. Escort, DECA
Pres., Homeroom V.P. llomecoming
Jr. House, Soph. Con., Color Guard,
Majorelte, OEA, Student Council,
go, Anthony P.
Soph. Con., Special Days Committee,
Tennis Team, jr. House, Student Coun-
cil, Speech Club, Statcr Club, Sr. Senate,
Pres. ,lr., Achievement, Drama, Pres.
Cabinet, PTSA, Apathy Band, Young
Life, South Area Advisory Board,
fDelegatej, National Education
G uerro, Deloras
G ullcy, Ronald .
Football, Lettermans Club
Gutierrez, Juan O.
Gutierrez, Kristina L.
Fowler, Craig L.
Francis, Victoria A.
Jr. Escort, OEA, Sr.
Girls State nominee
Frazier, Nathan E.
All District Golf
Frenks, Enny H.
GAA, Sr. Senate,
Senate, AYS, CYO,
All City Golf team,
Team, Sr. Senate,
Court, Exchange Student from Holland,
Young Life, Student Council
OEA, jr. Escort
Funes, Jimmy S.
Gabaldon, Patricia A.
Gallegos, Michael D.
ROTC, A-Club, Cross Country Track
Gallegos, Patricia L.
Jr. Escort, Student
Club, Special Days
Gallegos, Richard S.
Gandy, Andre L.
A-Club, Student Council, Basketball
Garcia, Anthony C.
Garcia, Carmen L.
Garcia, Christina M.
Jr. House, Sr. Senate, Honor Society,
Gonzales, David R.
ROTC Drill Team, Jr. Escort, Home-
coming Court, ROTC Queen
Gonzales, Judy M.
VICA, La Reata
Gonzales, Mary Ann K.
Greene, Sheila A.
GAA, Q10-I l-l Qj, Marching Band fltlj,
Concert Choir QI I-12,
Gutierrez, Patricia R.
DECA officer, Student Council, Jr.
Escort, Jr. Achievement
llendrickson, Herschel S.
Football, Golf, A-Club, ROTC Drill
Hernandez, Richard M.
Hughes, Cynthia R.
Huling, Morris L.
Student Council, Football, Track,
Wrestling, A-Club, Band, Stageband,
Westpoint Leadership Award Nominee
Garcia, David E.
Garcia, Debra M.
Garcia, Kathy L.
ROTC, Tennis Team
Humphrey, Alacia L.
Color Guard, GAA, Student Council,
Soph. Congress, Jr. House, Sr. Senate
Jackson, Doris C.
Jaramillo, Alan G.
Wrestling Q10-11-125, Special Days,
Chess Team, Football Senior Senate, Jr.
House, Sr. Senate, Student Council fl
Jaramillo, Eddie R.
Soph. Congress, Jr. House, Sr. Senate,
Student Council, Drama Club, Apathy
Club, Special Days, Tennis Team, Boys
Stater, Speech Team, PTSA-Executive
Committee Presidentjs Cabinet, Chess
Jaramillo, Robert A.
Johnson, Charles R.
Jones, Yvonne O.
Kent, Jean M.
Korte, Esther A.
Landavazo, Ronald R.
Special Days, Basketball, Baseball,
Soph. Congress, Jr. House, Sr. Senate,
Student Council, A-Club
Large, Cathy R.
Girls State Alternate, Honor Society,
AYC, lnter-City Council, Homecoming
Court, Exchange Day, Drama Club
fPromoter for Odd Couple 11, and
Barefoot In the Parkj, Showtime Band,
CYO, Young Life
Lee, Charles W.
Lerma, Reuben F.
Leyba, Brenda S.
Yearbook, Record, Jr. Escort, ROTC
Drill Team fSponsorj
Leyba, Yolanda S.
Jr. Escort, Chess Club
Rodeo Club, GAA
Liggins, Barbara A.
Lopez, Edward J.
Lopez, Marie C.
FHA, Jr. Escort
Lopez, Michael F.
Lopez, Ray E.
Lopez, Thomas R.
Lucero, John A.
Lucero, Julia J.
Lucero, Katherine L.
Lucero, Kathy F.
Lucero, Leroy P.
Lucero, Lucille M.
Concert Choir, OEA, Girls Chorus II
Lucero, Margaret A.
Lucero, Martha C.
Madrid, Ruby M.
Spanish Club, FHA
Madrid, Tommy L.
Student Council, Sr. Senate
Maestas, Tommy A.
Manzanares, Nancy M.
Mares, John W.
Marino, Joseph M.
Tennis Team, Gymnastics
Marquez, Earl R.
Chess Team HI
Marquez, Genevieve M.
Marquez, Steve C.
Track, Cross Country, ROTC
Lovato, Mary S.
Lovato, Virgnia A.
Lucero, Anita A.
Jr. Escort, Sr. Senate, FHA, fPres.J, Jr.
Soph.'Congress, Student Council, All
State Chorus, All City Chorus, Jr.
House, Jr. Class Pres., District Student
Council, District Student Council
Sec.-Treas., State Student Council, AHS
Choristers, Sr. Senate, Staters Club,
Lucero, Ernest C.
Lucero, Joanna R.
Martinez, Anthony W.
Martinez, Bobby R.
Martinez, Johnny M.
Martinez, Lorraine L.
Martinez, Mary Ann
Martinez, Paul A.
Student Council, Color Guard, Drill
Team, Rifle Team
Martinez, Severo M.
Martinez, Theresa M.
Martz, Gregg L.
Mascarcnaz, Dennis A.
DECA, Student Council, Boys State
McCarrell, Cynthia M.
Medina, Gloria J.
Medina, Laura A.
Pep Club, Jr. Representative, Jr. Escort
Mendez, John A.
Mendoza, Andrew Jr.
Mitchell, J oby
Staters, Sears Advisory Comm.,
Sec.-treas., V.P. QD
Escort, Member Student Council, PTSA
Advisory Board, Sr. Senate, Special
Days, Member '71-'72 District Student
Council, Delegate to State Student
Council, Young Life
Soph. Congress, Jr. House, ROTC Drill
Team, Color Guard, Rifle Team, Boys
ROTC Color Guard, Honor Guard, Drill
Team, Rifle Team, llonor Society
Varsity Cheerleader, B-Team Cheer-
leader, Concert Choir, OEA, Sr. Senate,
Jr. House, Student Council
Science Club, Concert Choir, ROTC
Varsity Cheerleader, Jr. Escort, Student
HAR Club, Student Council
Student Council, Jr. House
DECA Q11-12j, Orchestra flflj
DECA Cl l B, V.P. of DECA Q25
Alternate in Sr. Senate
Soph. Congress, DECA, Student Coun-
cil, Sec.-Treas. for DECA, jr. Escort
ICT QIZJ, La Reata
Jr. Escort, Student Council, Covettes
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Soph. Congress, Student Council, Viee
President of,lr. Achievement, ,lr. House,
Sr. Senate, OEA meetings
Perry, Alesia F.
Drama Club, V. Pres., Student Council,
Honor Society fSec.j, Rodeo Club
fPres.j, Jr. House, Pep Club, Majorette,
Sr. Senate, Girls Stater, Tutor OEA,
Marching Band, jr. Escort, ,lr. Xliss
Perry, ,lanie F.
Soph. Congress, Baseball, OEA, Honor
Society, Student Council, Jr. Achieve
ment, Jr. House, Sr. Senate, Apathy
Band, A-Club, Staters Club
Ramirez, Andrew E.
Ramirez, Tommie M.
Rhodes, Patricia A.
Riboni, Rosalie R.
Rivera, ,lohn D.
Soph. Congress, Jr. House, Sr. Senate,
Boys State, Tennis Team, A Club,
Student Council, Special Days, DECA
Robbins, Peggy A.
Romancito, Ronald D.
Sr. Senate Rep., La Reata Photographer,
Dlr. House, Track Soph., National Educa-
tion Assoc., AllS committee
llonor Society, Sr. Senate, ,lr. House
Representative, Student Council, 02,
VICA President, Classroom oflieer, fl lj
VICA Vice President
ROTC drill team
Romero, Lorenzo C.
Football, Student Council, NEA
Romero, Martin C.
Romo, Doris G.
Student Council, ,lr. Escort, Pep Club
Rooks, ,lames R.
Rose, Paula L.
Tennis, Senior Senate, Student Council,
Delegate at Large, llomecoming Escort
- Saavedra, Elicia E.
Sais, Mary L.
Saiz, Louise V.
Salas, Martha M.
Salazar, Margaret G.
Samora, joseph E.
Student Body Pres., Student Council,
Lt. Governor of Boys Stale, Boys State,
Soph. Congress jr. House, Sr. Senate,
Young Life, Speech Club Pres., Gentle-
mans Jr. Usher, Exec. Editor Boys State
Newsletter, Speech Club, Student
Congress Pres. Officer, NF. Special
Days, La Reata Copy Editor, District
Student Council State Student Council,
CYO, PTSA, PTSA Executive Commit-
Sandoval, Angela l.
tee, Pres., Cabinet, Lead in BAREFUOT SOCICIY, DiSll'ICl Sflllllfnl COIIHCII
IN TIIE PARK, Yucca Staff, Literary Tlmmasi Uarlenv
Award, Drama Club, APS Student L3 Rmlil- Pep Club. ORA
Samudio, Cipriano L.
Samuels, Ann L.
Sanchez, Billy G.
Sanchez, Catherine S.
Sanchez, Edwina G.
Sanchez, Joanne B.
Sanchez, Joe L.
Sanchez, Joseph P.
Tennis Team, A-Club, Student Council
Sanchez, Mark S.
Student Council fl IJ
Sanchez, Placido B.
Sanchez, Ralph A.
Track, Football, A-Club
Sanchez, Robert F.
Student Council, Chess Club, Senior
Sandoval, Frederick M.
Sandoval, Margaret S.
Sehloer, Patricia A.
Soph. Congress, Drama Club, Jr. llouse,
Sr. Senate, Marching Band
Sedillo, Elva M.
Sedillo, Richard T.
Segura, Lucille M.
Corvettes QIOJ, Student Council, Jr.
Concert Choir, Drama Club, Drill Team,
Student Council, Speech Club, Black
Gold singing group, GAA
Smiley, Billy R.
Smith, Stephanie V.
Tapia, Oliver G.
Tenorio, Janice L.
Soph. Congress, Jr. House, Sr. Senate,
Jr. Escort, Student Council, Volunteer
Tutor, National Honor Science Club
Tobias, Dalnon P.
Speech Club Pres., Honor Society
Consigliori, Student Council Constitu-
tion Committee fChairmanj, Student
Body President's Cabinet, Student
Council, Sr. Senate, Apathy Club Sz
Band, Chess Club, Boy is State, Staters
Club, Marching Band, Concert Band,
Tennis Team, Science Club, Yucca Edi-
tor, National Forsenic League, Jr.
House, Drama Club, Young Life, State
Student Council Workshop, Showtime
Toney, Alice W.
Will. Juanita T.
Speech, Drama, DECA, Football,
Williams, Kathy K.
GAA, llomeroom Officer, Student
Council, Soph. Congress, Jr. House, Jr.
Escort, B-Team Cheerleader, Sr. Senate,
Student Vice Pres., Honor Society,
Staters, Supreme Court, Chief Justice at
Williams, Lawrence D.
Student Council, Basketball, Track, A-
Wilson, Micheal E.
Woods, Anise L.
Torres, Michael A.
Torrez, Certrude V.
Town, Robin 0.
ICT, VICA, Sr.
Triana, Rudy J.
Trujillo, John R.
Trujillo, Vlary Ann
Trujillo, William NI.
ROTC, Marching Band, Black Voice,
Mixed Chorus, DECA, Sponsors Drill
Team, Tutorcr, Vice-Pres. Chorus, Sr.
Wright, Janet V.
Drama Club, Speech Club, Varsity
Cheerleader, Student Council Debate,
Pres., YNICA youth, Concert Choir, Sr.
Senate, Jr. Escort, Colorguard
Tuck, Shcrril L.
Honor Society, Sr. Senate, Drama Club
Valdez, Olivia E.
Valencia, Anna M.
Vallejos, Beatrice E.
Vallejos, Yvonne I.
DECA, Student Council
Valles, Michael YI.
Zamora, Rachel C
Zamora, Ricky NI.
DECA, Football, Basketball, Vice Presi-
dent fl 1 J, Jr. House
Vargas, Joe L.
Wrestling UU, ll, l2j. Track, Student
Council, Ilomeconiing, Jr. Escort
Vargas. Nlary Lou
Adams, Frances 22
Ateneio, Jim 23, 36, 66
Baca, J.D. 34, 39
Bononcini, Maxine 32
Brannon, Ann 24
Briscoe, Robert B. 21, I32
Yarncy, Debra If.
Sr. Senate, Jr. Escort, Jr. Achievement
Velarfle, Alma R.
Brown, Bertran 22
Burgess, Stewart 36 I 1
Caffrey, Ann 24
Coker, Jim 27, 30
ICT, VICA, ICT Reporter
Villegas, Maria A.
Wash, Debra A.
GAA, Soph. Congress, Jr. Escort, Home-
coming Court, Studcnt Council, Sr.
Senate, Jr. House, Charming Miss Repre-
sentative, Honor Society, NEA
Webb, Valerie E.
Capt. Bulldoggie, Staters, Student Coun-
cil, Homecoming Queen
Coleman, Lyndon 31
Conlon, John 29, 196
Chadwell, John 43
Claridge, Ellen 26, 34, 35
Crabtree, Gene 24
Davidson, Claude 31
Denton, Donna 32, 33
Dunlap, Allen 41
Emslie, Julia 27, 39
Estrada, Abe 24, 145
Etzkorn, Eileen 24
Fickel, Billy D. 18, 49
Garcia, Nlarye 42
Garvin, Art 30
Gaylord, Vernamarie 34
Geer, Otto 19
Godley, Lawrence 30, 208
Goff, H. Russell 21
Groffman, Charles 42
Hannah, Robert 36
Henderson, Florence 38
Herrington, Michael 34, 35
Hill, Jane 34, 205
Hinkle, Orville 43, 203
Hulsman, Jim 40, 145
Jeffryes, Larry 23, 30
Jesko, Judy 32, 33
Johnson, Lynn 28
Klicker, May 21
Laffey, Warren 34, 145
Larson, Narion 27, 41
Martinez, Virgil 26, 30
McGehee, Dixie 32
McReynolds, Mary 36, 37, 202
Medley, Ken 37, 145, 146, 183
Micklevitz, Dale 23
Miranda, ,less 26, 36, 37, 145
Moore, Dinah 33, 136
Myers, Rose Marie 34, 200, 206
Padilla, Gloria 31, 63
Palmer, Dave 26, 43
Pisciotta, Eva 23, 29, 210
Posllethwait, Jean 40
Ready, Leah 35, 115
Romero, Judy 22
Sanchez, John 36, 37,145,151
Sandell, Freda 40, 49, 67, 145, 189, 190,
Schwyzer, Barbara 28, 63
Sherman, Frieda 32, 33
Shock, Martha 27, 38, 204
Simoni, Art 30, 145
Smith, Myrl 40, 49, 67, 145, 151
Sommerville, Leslie 22
Stafford, Opal 33
Tapia, Sam 35, 199
Jaldez, Tony 26, 40, 145, 151
Vivian, Betty 35, 198
Watters, Ann 35, 206
Apodaca, Dora 25
C De Baca, Jeannine 25, 257
Garcia, Rudy 25
Griego, Toni 25
Hopkins, Bessie 136
Jiminez, Ludy 25
Long, JoAnn 25
Martin, Irene 25
Neiman, Margaret 25
Royman, Gloria 25
Aragon, Gilbert 44
Stiniker, Luella 45
Abeyta, Dennis L. 102
Abeyta,,1osic F. 120
Acuna, Patsy 120
Adams, ,1 udy M. 77
Cheryl Y. 53, 60, 77, 19
Alarid, Carol J. 77
Aldcrete, David 210
Aleman, Raul 102
Alerete, Lis 102
Alexander, De Bondi 120
Alexander, Phyllis D. 120
Allaro, Anthony G. 120, 146
Alonzo, Ricky 102
Alvarez, Madgelena C. 102
Allred E. 77
Anaya, Belinda D. 120,199
Anaya, Eugene C. 77
Anaya, Pamela ,1. 62,
Andazola, Anita 102, 209
Anderson, Yvonne A. 102, 210
Apodaca, Angela 120
Apodaca, Charles 102
Apodaca, Gloria E. 102
Apodaca, liudy E. 102
Apodaca, Steve 102
Aragon, Andrew 78
Aragon, Anthony E. 102
Aragoni John j. 120
Charles M. 146
1 Charles R. 78
Dennis120 146 147
Aragon, Linda 102, 209
, Frank 209, 210
Archibeque, Frank A. 102, 146
Archibeque, Mary ,lane 78, 204
Archibcque, Steven E. 78, 203
Archuleta, Anthony 78
Archuleta, Beatrice 120
Archulcte, Deborah 120
Archulcta, Ralph 102
Arellano, Anita 102
Arellano, Debra M. 102, 186
Arellano, Theresa L. 102
Argucllo, Dorleen 78
Arguello, Edward L. 78, 209
Arias, Lucy R. 78
Armijo, Andy 102, 206
Armijo, Dinah 78
Armijo, Eddie 120
Armijo, Frances A. 102
Armijo, James A. 120
Armijo, Joseph A. 49
Armijo, Lawrence B. 78
Atencio, Gerald H. 120
2, 193, 202,
63, 77, 209
Atencio,,1oanne C. 102, 119, 186
Atencio, Yolanda K. 102
Avila, Patricia A. 120
Ayze, William 78
Anthony M. 120
Barbara R. 32, 102
Barbara Y. 78
Cecilia E. 78
Charlotte E. 103
Debbie A. 78
Donna S. 120
Dora A. 120
Eddie A. 120
Elizabeth 120, 205
Ernest M. 120
Gloria Y. 120
Gloria 78, 209
lgnacio L. 120
lsmael 120, 155
,lulia A. 120
Lupe L. 39, 79, 199
Luzanna F. 103
Margie M. 103
Pamela M. 103, 200
Ray H. 120
Robert 79, 155
Banks, Annar 79
Banks, Sara 120
Barclift, Bill 103
Barela, David R. 120
Barela, James O. 79
Barela, Mcla A. 103
Barela, Patricia 79
Baronian, Agnes B. 103
Barragan, Gloria J. 120
Barraza, Gemma 70
Barraza, lsabel M. 103, 206
Barreras, Raul P. 79
Barth, Joni M. 60, 79
Bazan, Molly 79
Beal, Howard 103
Begay, Clara C. 103
Begay, Elouise 79
Bcgaye, Richard 120
Begay, Sarah M. 79
Belone, Ray 120
Benally, Janncll 1. 170
Benallie, Freddie 120
, Anthony 120
Lawrence D. 79
Wanda L. 103
Barbara V. 103
Baca, Steven R. 157
Baca, Terry 120
Baca, Yolanda E. 120, 209
Yolanda J. 120
Baldonado, Gilbert 103
Benjamin, Pecolia 120
Bermudez, Lupe 80, 210
Bermudcz, Viola 103
Bernal, Joan 59, 80
Betone, Rosalie 120
Bezerra, Gemma 209
Black, Donald 120, 146
Blanco, Diane 120
Blea, Robert 120
Bluehouse, llflarline 120
Boekner, ,lames 120
Borrego, Lillie 120
Bourcy, Juanita 103
Boxton, Debbie 120
Boxton, Welter 103
Bradford, David 103
Brady, Frances 120
Brady, Lorraine 103
Brazzie, Charles 120
Brill, ,lohn 103, 203
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Sprunk, Gary L. 117, 209
Stanley, Herbert M. 126, 129,151,155
Stevens, Rita E. 129, 205
Stevenson, Rene 129
Stevenson, Wesley 117, 151, 154, 155
Stone, Willie 13. 129
Sweet, Wendell L. 55, 1 13, 148, 150, 151
Tafoya, Yolanda M. 129
Talamantes, Araceli 129, 191 , 196
Talbot, Patsy R. 129, 209
Tapaha, Priscilla 97
Trujillo, Mary Ann 130
Sherman, Rosella 128
Shinaberry, Cynthia L. 128
Silva, Emily A. 128
Silva, Margaret 128
Silva, Michael 97
Silva, Mike 128
Tapia, Linda M. 117
Tapia, Loretta 129
Tapia Michael 129
Tapia, Oliver 97
Tapia, Petrolino 129
Tapia Shirley 97
Ramona 1. 11,7
'1'enorio,,1anice L. 97
Thomas, Darlene 201
Tijerina, Peggy 53, 130
Tobias, Damon P. 97, 20
Manuel 1 17
Alice W. 98
Diana 1. 117
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Donald L. 1 12, 117
Victoria A. 209
Gertrude V. 98
,lack W. 130
,Ianet D. 130
Town, Robin O. 98
Anthony ,1. 130
Anthonia M. 130
Archie 1 17
,Gloria A. 130
Trujillo, Patricia 117
Tuck, Sherril L. 98
Ulibarri, Larry 130
Valencia, Anna M. 98, 210
Valenzuela, Nlannel NI. 1510
Vallejos, Beatrice E. 98
Valleios, Graeilia li. 130
Michael M. 98, 100
Valtierra, Frank Jr. 117
Debra 1 17
lflizalmelh C. 118, 119, 186
Iiva l,. 130
Joe L. 98
Vargas, juan 1 I8
Mary L. 99
Varney, Debra 99
Varney, Donalrl W. 118, 151
Vasq11ez,0Iga li. 118
1, Kenmlall 130
Vaughn, lioxann 11. 118, 203
Velarde, Alma li. 99
Vigil, Andy 130
Vigil, Carmen J. 99
Vigil, Franei-11a 99
Vigil, Jesse A. 99, 203
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Vigil, ,loann 118
1? D V D Vigi1,1,in11a S. 118, 209
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Zamora, Bonifacio 130
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Marcella C. 118
Paula A. 130
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Sofia 42, 130
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