Antonian College Preparatory High School - Warrior Yearbook (San Antonio, TX)

 - Class of 1967

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Agwqg 33?1efwf4:-gy f f ? 1- -,. Sy -Mika Q A 1 fx .. W 4 , M- mmwmMMw....Mm, Md.. . , J v3XA,gLg,w M 7 A Q , In Memoriam Greg Blount was our classmate for three years. As a member of Antonian's banner class he per- sonified a youthful zest and vigor with a cool ma- turity of outlook. Greg Blount was a fighter. He fought for what he thought was right and was never satisfied with mediocrity. Greg was a friend. His glib tongue, matched with a quick mind gave him a sparkling sense of humor. He was light- hearted and fun and his hearty chuckle will not be forgotten in the halls of Antonian. But there was another Greg Blount. There was the Greg Blount who gave up his Friday nights to work as a volunteer in the Baptist Memorial Hos- pital emergency room-the rare kind of person who was thankful he could be of service to an- other without expecting anything in return. These qualities which made Greg a standout in the eyes of all who knew him are the qualities which will make Greg live on in the hearts of us all. Campus Antonian High School is an imposing 51,140,000 modern educational plant which maiestically domi- nates the hillside of a 26 acre campus located in Castle Hills. The beautiful oak studded campus slopes down to the shad- ed creek which flows through the campus and divides the ten acre ath- letic complex located be- hind the school. Walk- ways lead from the school to the three flights of stairs which descend the terraced slope to the various levels. A picturesque footbridge spans the creek, provid- ing easy access to the football field. Everything about this beautiful three-year-old campus is conducive to the aim of the Christian Brothers who staff the school: to develop young men who 4 will think, judge and act of their activities both later life as adult mem as Christians in all phases now as students and in bers of society. Brother Andrew Terry, guidance counselor, has available in his office information concerning careers, college entrance board exams, and both civil service and scholarship opportunities for Antonian students. Joining Brother Andrew in the guidance office are Dennis Chermack, John Finch and Steve Scecina. Brother Rockenbaugh and Mrs. Van Steenberg survey the school from the footbridge which links the tennis courts with the football field and track. sum sm. ,rv Mr. Schmidt, chemistry teacher, supervises an experiment in the Chemistry Lab. Students are from left to right Carlos Buitron, Doug Phillip, and Robert Muerer. Brother Stanley teaching Algebra to class 301 with the aid of the overhead proiector. Brother Rockenbaugh walking down the front hall towards the administrative office. 5 APACHE MASCOT Bro. H. G. Rockenbaugh shows Mike Zeller and Barry Barcellona the paint- ing of an Apache indian by the fa- mous artist Allen Hauser, himself an Apache. The painting of the school's mascot was commissioned for the school and donated by Columbia ln- clustries. APACHE LAND Bro. Martin brings some of the wil- derness to Antonian. His 'famous cac- tus garden contains specimens from across Texas and Mexico. The Antoman Resources Center. The Antonian H i g h School athletic complex was completed on Octo- ber 16, 1966 and was dedicated by Archbishop Lucey. Costing Sl-40,000 the complex consists of a lOOx6O yard football practice field surrounded by a 440 yard regulation Grass-tex track, six Ten- nis courts and a baseball field with dimensions of 325 ft. to left and right and 350 ft. to straight- away center. Aerial view of Athletic Complex. wwf - Jus' af K, W wi 2 , f ' A , ,V K, SEV? kA,. wx me ii E3 iif l l ii Lil , i 54, J I K pr at if gYiE1?f fe 42? g i f',i2 in 'U L 4 :H 6 K 3 , k A f 2 .. ,x Sz 2 xii. S ki ' E' Q S Q, Q Ml Amwklvd x f ' ,J Ml , M 346 . 5 . sigh: X ,QR - ack . wwskf.. Q ,A -, wwqiweww f f f Q x J i i . , . . . ' f' A '?f'W?5"g9:1' 'S' S '1y 'fil i X X I 3l ' gf Q NmgQ,,M l' g , J ff f BROTHER H. G. ROCKENBAUGH, F.S.C. Principal Teaches Spanish FATHER CHARLES GROHMANN Chaplain MR. PAT BAILEY Dean of Men Football Coach Athletic Direcfor BROTHER THOMAS CANTY, F.S.C. Vice Principal Freshman and Sophomore English BROTHER ANDREW TERRY, F.S.C Guidance Counselor Religion BROTHER STANLEY BARONE, F.S.C Algebra l ancl 2 Religion MR. BUDDY MEYER MR. BILL HORLEN MR. JOE SECINA Baskefball Coach Baseball Coach and TI'GCk Coach and I Sophomore English Assistani Foofball Coach Freshman Basketball Coach i P.E. P.E. P.E. MR. BILL HAYES MR. DENNIS L. SCHMIDT American History ChSmiSTl'y World History BROTHER JOSEPH VIGIL, F.S.C. BROTHER MICHAEL BROTHER WAYNE, F-5-C spanish oevALcoURT, F.s.c. Biology Gegmefry Glee Club Moderaior Religion MRS. VIRGINIA VAN STEENBERG MISS DIANE THIEL English Geometry I3 it MR. JOSEPH KOZA MR. JOSEPH SAVOIA MR. RAYMOND ZIMMERMAN World History Latin 1 and 2 Geometry BROTHER ROBERT CASTILLE, F.S.C. BROTHER DAVID SULLIVAN, F.S.C. Student Teacher Student Teacher BROTHER MARTIN SVVONKE, F.S.C. BROTHER LESTER LEWIS, F.S.C. MRS- CI-IF-I-ON Math Business Manager I-lbfafian Religion MRS. ROBB MRS. MURRELL Secrefa ry Assistant Secrefa ry I5 4, 4, W N 1 A 1 73-'-1-Y--V 4 , ,. ' ' , ,. , .m5..,.: , -12 1 , ff- V 1 - A 4 , W - -M -U f 1 ww' There is also a serious introspective aspect to the Spirit of Antonian. Religion is incorporated into the fabric of stu- dent Iife. Each student goes to Mass with the other members of his homeroom-it is a close, personal experience. To us Religion means iden- tity . . . authenticity . . . interest . . . awareness . . . sensitivity . . .sin- cerity. 2 . . . , Vrk lf' 3 I Qka 1 . i f F V kia ,,.V vii. 11 lfb E iifi E CF I i i , ' ., fffff da, i J he i rrr M li 'S w "'.., J --Ks T J si " Lk' iz ' s 5- ffl l zii e: : YV- i ' -5 - .Je 2 me J if 'F M 1 ma af -bg Y . , 4- Q X N B. 'A Q Sw P. ., A v ii' 5 'ie F M ? 4 , fe? 3Ol Steve Altobelli Henry Amen Jerry Arnold Gregory Blount John Collins Jonathan Dahl William Dunn Mark Emmert Steve Fisher George Gallegos John Gonzalez Arthur Gutierrez Ray Hymel John Koza Glenn Madere Thomas McGary Mike Mikulas John Montfort Michael Mott Bill Palmer Nick Pantuso Russell Poerner Leonard Rastrelli Conrad Salinas Carl Schneider Stephen Scott Richard Somers Tom Stark Fred Westendarp Chuck Whitehead Raymond Zowarka iff uilfiilliiiifgiiifi' '4 N l J J .? ,f'fi' 4 , No1'AflL?AnLz X B L Q '-'- 1 Ya i X 2 -vi 59 Q " sh. fm W z at vt it as-Y' at 7 1 L., W XR 'J t me X ,-s X K -. W it :'--1 ' Qs lzilimm The entire Junior class exhibits its spirit at a pep rally in the auditorium. x r 1, wh Q x lt t . YL 1 302 Adrian Anderson Gus Beck Larry Boyd Denys Brown Mike Castillo Dennis Chermak John Etlinger John Finch Glen Hobart John Kemmy Walter Kerr Charles Knight John Koenig Tom Kraemer Gerald Lee Bernard McDonnell Larry Mengden Robert Muerer Douglas Phillip Tom Richter al. ,f ff ka -, 3" Qs ls T I . 'E , ,, -'K fig, Q12 h 1 S T . if 'P rc., F, QQ 'QR L My 1? Q .A ,K .. as 4 20 , get A ' mf Q E SF' 15 'X 'lt 4 3 , ,,,,.,1 A M if Sill 'fits E 58-.J if me ll .gl 11 1: ii giil .ff 'Wa 4: if 53 -N. 5 R 1 5 X we ,ff . X: f,-. N5 .. Raef F 'E Q L ,LL,, t o .ou-Q-1' R? Y K N ..,, K x ,xii . F. -2. egg Y .. Steve Srcecina James Schimelpfenig James Taylor Ronald Toon John Warren Douglas Wolski Tom Wood 303 Tonv Barber Barry Barcelona Chris Bonugli Carlos Bultron Mark Cortner Gerald Cosgrove Edward Cuny Jay Czar Phil Dufresne Edward Dyer Tim Ehlinger John Fisher Edward Flores Rocky Johnson Tracy Jones Chuck Kainer Alex Kinsel Chuck Klein Louis Lecocke James Logan Peter Lynch Andy Maldonado Richard Martinez Sam Palermo Robert Perez Robert Reeh Robert Seller Douglas Smith Manuel Vara Donn Walker 304 Charles Adams Tim Barrett Mike Bonugli Mike Carter Bill Comiskey it C T ll f i a . . . And They Kincll It In Others aliiieiirfds W T George Garza Frank Gracely Rich Hartmann Chris Hopmann Jay Hoyer David Judson Julian Kern Terry Odom Ed Pechacek Jerry Rippeteau Pat Sheehy Chuck Speier Tony Trad Arthur Veliz Ronnie White Steve Winters An elo Zottarelli K 'ann-. ifffwrf: 'i:f1i55"-- x. - . .,h, 1: Vtiiikkr s- r Q Q . .V V. .. 1, -,nn N 'X 4, E av N 1 A sa lf' .. in .AZ7 V C' its - WU iff f C- .ru. . ' I V l" T iff 9 l E eier w ,,ht,,'5gff' Fred Rapanottl ,ll K Q W. 'K , . ,Z aqu- A ' " l ik During the two weeks immediately before Thanksgiving, Antonian held a canned food drive for the needy of the Southwest side of San Antonio. 201 won the drive, bring in over 1,100 items. The school col- lected 10,000 cans Ctotall. 201 Robert Beauvais Tim Bolton Louis Botto Lupe Cantu Barry Craven mf ' My '59 "2 25? BL ff: . U Wayne De Winne Robert Dittrich V , - Charlie Elizondo ""f S O f Charles Garrett ' fy -'i- Ty Griesenbeck I I ,,,' i f x Dennis Havel Victor Jouffray - ' Y E, l Robert Kavanaugh Y ' David Leal ' fy Wade Matthis ' X , ,I 2 '4 Steve McBrearty 2 Bill McElreafh and 1 Lawrence McGonagle . LWV' 3 ' r"'-, -: Fernando Obledo 0 M r lj Stephen Parma V df - fm ,TA , wg "H Jw, new , ,X W-2' ' ff f 1 K -,... E K A 1 'le . 'Q Q, , I 4 J l f A -A ta fi Ev l A Qi ii R X - .Ek Y 'J 4 X was R X Se wax Q R x +: ms P lt f W K!! NI! N 'NE x t XE 4, f 1' if , 8 R is .oi Q ff Noi . S R R15 F Q l 'Xie ,. M 1' w w' ,1- X N, R R me Q f zz 3 X ., . ,,. Fu l QS? N ,Q R we Q rv .fs -' f ix all H . x Q, -X ,Wx Q 3 X A Q Q 1 A vi Robert Rex Randy Rogers Roger Saathoff Carl Saltarelli Ray Singleton David Stump Tim Tynan Victor Vela John Vielmann Michael Weatherby Mark Wienties Rudy Rodriguez 202 Robert Arias Joseph Austin Rick Bachmeier James Bader Robert Bauml Keith Beals Gilbert Bento Steve Brink Michael Carruth Danny Deffenbaugh James Demchuk Steve Dobrinic James Finney Roy Gallegos Johnny Gill James Gundermann John Halet Bruce Harthan Gerald Janecka Patrick Kemmy Gerald Kissling Randy Kowalik Greg Kowalski A 'iiz M AK M V l e 5 T Jrri B iff r i il A i l ? B Donald Kuhnel Kevin Mackey Herbert Meurer Bill Moody Andy Obriotti Dan Pozza Charles Scheffler Jack Sparrow Frank Thrailkill Vinceni Valadez . . . of their class history. 1 , C , lll' la, 1 Q E C , V Q ,.VW gf f i! C 7 : AIAI 1. A - Q ,H Q V - 7 1 ' - ' all li 1 l ze ' K Wg lv x L L Q iv L Lester Weinheimer Chris Weixel 203 Richard Balair Tom Benson Norman Bodet Tony Byron Carlos Carrera Tom Carrola Marco Elizondo Roland Flores John Goebel Tom Greco Al Hawkins David Holland Pai Kldwell Mike LaMacchia Gary Lubbering Jose Maldonado Wayne Morkovsky Greg Novelly Dennis Perotta Chris Pizzini Richard Snell David Stehling Ramond Trevino Steve Tomblin Rick Vela lvan Whitt Michael Wilson Gary Roberts 204 Peter Baker Tommy Barber Roy Barrera James Bitter Robert Blackstock Octaviano DeLaRosa Bobby Douglas Mike Dunn Allen Duque Bruce Gilliam Larry Harms Gene Hay David Henderson Larry Houston George Julian Robert Kilby Mike Kosaek Homeroom V: ' 2 , K Q L 2 Presidents e.1,.e, A .luN1oRs 2, ' XR ii 6 1 301 . . . Steve Altobelli . Y 302 . . . Fred Westendarp , A. 303 . . . Tim Ehlinger f L 304 . . . Jay Hoyer A . M e a s SOPHOMORES 'M , ' 1 ' ff g 201 . . . Louis Botfo f-B--5 202 . . Chris Weixel l K fl ii L 203 . . . Norman Bodet it 5 2 204 . . . Bob Kilby ' ' Y 205 . . . Dennis Devlin FRESHMEN . ' 'lOl . . . David Nobles ' , Q Q he 102. . . Bill Hinchey ' 9. 2 , 103 . . . Jodey Berkholcler 5 F - is 104 Shelton Vann S ies see i ' 2 B x A l.t A ,,.t M 'is - 1- D K . L ss f M ,, 2- B 2 1 teet L 5 R D i ils 2 M it , . l"X Q5 'X 1 e'l2e' f L teie 2 L , l " X. li" , . :LVV 3 K7 I i I - :Slain L 2 T A l liii 1 P W V R ,tb . Z Rick Langlinais f Ffllff A f.'k Wayne Mitchell -1 S32 f l Q Lm, , W 2 7 ffiixfl' , l . ily 5 l ff. L A Bill Nellis i' :', Paul Rayburg , ,5 3 " , Armando Rodriguez .V ,"',, - ff if Larry Sandera John Schnuriger :jf f Robert Snell 5'1" . Y f gi Karl Stegman ' A RAA A it George Tiierina Q Vy k V.r,, , V . l z, 4, l if . ' 2 A Jim Venverloh i rrir ' Paf Ward Pete Miniel l r,., A l o r I 'Wife' 205 ' rrr ' 5 Michael Anderson Randy Rogers, Tim Bolton, Louis Botto, Butch Jouffray and - Charlie Elizondo were among the members of 201 who built il'.A.A Ai-,i, the thumb as a spirit Prolect during football season. -w 'i lfrfff- ' . 26 Steve Anderson Richard Barrett Dieter Baur John Benzing John Czuhaiewski Charles Dailey Dennis Devlin Jesse Estrada Bob Garcia Michael Graham jr- fgrilxx ""' -Ayr, aw it I ' Z's., "J't at if :Q E K fa-rs -b M., J f ,, 1 it-X D , 'Q , wi E is ,D , . ' 1 ' if Terry Gueringer Roger Herrera Phil Holzmann James Kosub Charles Lindburg Daniel O'Brien Edward Perez Ernest Perez Mark Reed Herb Symrl 'Wi E1 205 shown clustered around Mr. Meyer checking their English Il grades. A' Il I ' i n ,,,, ,. , . -ff? 'f'7"'9 Q AAVV ' M F 'YAA 2 tfggfi' f' lti Nlltl at R f mmf WE lil. N X 1 si N sd? zz. The freshman homerooms went on various field trips to fhe historic missions of San Antonio. These Missions were founded by the Spanish in the 'l700's. Here 'lOl is shown posed before Mission De La Es- pada, that is, Mission of the Spade. -. J 1 Ffh- E K if 2 G .iir i i f""Fas:. I 3 ,-3:-5 If me Y'-is is w-1 1, 5 SVN RJ.- ,u Z ' aw 1- it V kkyr H V iiilis Y ei' Q lOl Bruce Baegthe James Bauml Richard Bowman William Brendel Richard Buitron Hans Dahl Terrence Dossey Brian Duffy Don Felder Herman Gonzalez John Gorman Milton Hunt Carl Kissling James Knight Robert Lewis Richard Lochte Ruben Lozano Chris Lutz Douglas Manion Robert Morrisey David Nobles Joseph Pantusa Manuel Pena John Perkins Michael Peters Hans Dahl, Richard Lochte, James Baumi, and Bruce Baegthe hard at work on a Math test. Freshmen take Algebra I or Intro- duction fo Algebra. Gregory Przybyszewski Hugo Sanchez John Sherman Mark Skiles Jeffry Spear Eugene Spieckermann Andre Sfegman David Weynand John Wright Kenneth Ware lO2 Daniel Arcos Roland Berlanga Charles Buckholdt Jimmy Bula Steven Castillo Amilcare Cavillini Bob Coffman Mickey Corrigan Frank Cosgrove Gene Fecci I e i v Frosh meet new challenges at Antonicm . . . Qi 5 i ae li' i f J. K 8 ,.x, 7 X 2 -was ! L yea? tw 3 i J ii if i me Y. 1 Q ax , exe , 5,5 l Fl g :si lm I a , , "' H' f a - i -l sf . . ..,. x .E K . vwzffeffixsf ' 29 E arl X A - 'ai ' 3 John Frazier Mike Frenzel Richard Garcia Billy Garrett Jim Halet William Hinchey Louis Hymel Steve Jeffrey Anthony Kinsel Patrick Lochausen Kerry O'Connell Jim Palmer Albert Sanchez Ben Sekula James Sneed Theodore Martinez Participate in Many li . 'GF tw ,,..., J ge Q' 351 :wf 1-: Qs ' ... - r is x I X S iraaai Victor Sobrino Joel Spring Robert Torres Bob Tousley Larry Trub Homer Villarreal David Wangler Al Vizza 103 Pedro Alanis David Ammann Y A Us Jake Backman J C ,. .hh . ,... LQ -NQQ Jimmy Barber b s J, f N -I - ' - Bernard Brown ,ji in W Joseph Burkholder ,P " - ' Ernest Calderon r - . Y - K, . 1 ' i . f a rt' Q Charles Cantu I J 1 iw , .. -H+ A f. , Pat Clarkson A , J ' i "r' Q 5 ' 1 , if , Brian Daniels L ,J J K Harry Ferrell ' Danny Fitzsimon M ,,-2 x , Q .52 Richard Garcia K I I -5 ' Wayne Hengst Eh ,X 7 iii" i yy 5' as James Hillis Qt, I' .ff 1 E Mike Kidwell , iea.e, C at i.ee Robert Kresta . E ' 7 yy 5' -'y'y 'W Robert Lara gi i A Richard Leila 3' - Chris Mackey SQL EE Richard Mecke Q .fund Steve Mikulas at School Functions . . . Miss Theil gets ready to wake Mickey Corrigan up as Gene Fecci looks on. 'Q ,ff si ww-q...j,J sit Ronald Bender Conrad Cannelias Richard Cordova Rene Cortez William Chumbley Carlos Ferndandez Ricky Fisher Paul Garcia Joe Garibay Raul Garza Mario Gonzalez- Pat Graham Arthur Gutierrez Richard Hahn Gordon Halsey :1!uYVlZE?3EY?4li9 ,ff 'i , iiss , i- sii ff! .V if .P a .J l ww we ff , we Sam Monaco Eddie Pavlovsky Jerry Range David Reisz David Ryan Thomas Scherlen James Schwegmann Paul Stark Robert Van Rite David Vorpahl Creighton Weixel Mike Zeller 104 Augustine Aquilar Robert Autry John C. Bassy . . Become acquainted er M A A li psy Wea., iyi 4 ., VV V ., ., .9 5 1 Y Q. m A Y':-Wag. f::'.i252E7f. '2. Freshmen Robert Autry, David Kinler, Steve Vaughn and Shel- ton Vann become acquainted with one of our more unpleas ant traditions-discipline cards . . . with tradition . Adolph Hartmann lg David Kinler V - , -. ' 3 Steven Kitten f . 1 ' Jerry Marroquin . Henry McDonnell J A I 4? mf Ste,ven Messenger A L ' ,gg John Odom mai Q .L Q Greg Pfeiffer 1:5 Ken Pruske Victor Quinones .A Gerry Ramirez Joseph Rathmann J K Bobby Rodriques David Sandera . L . 7 .lj John Sagray X .iv 3 Larry Scheffler Thaddeus Stockton Shelton Vann ,MW ,,.- , S " . 1211-'Y I I ,,.., . M n ii" gtg.-S, ftk 'l.. . "', lm: x X w l Jil 1 nt 3 We i .,. w s A .tx . bl ,L . ,it :ia is xl ,ai KY ' 1. H3 8 ' f. . f by ,1 '11 '? "1 J gf ,gi J? ltr il- , A To ff xg 5 ATHLETICS Our teams win Q . . the coaches inspire us . . . onward, upward for ourselves and our school . . . get up on the boards! . . . reach down and grab it! . . . don't dog it! We are fierce competitors but r true sportsmen . . . competition with others gives us pride in ourselves and our school . . . but fair play is never for- gotten . . . to win cleanly and according to the rules has been our tradition, and such will be our future. 415 ur o f A 5 Q .Q iw -53,3 '5bLLH.4.,'H 13 , H Mwfgvw - , ,,-pu-fe-f-'F-fxwfd----A-gr: , rwanmrrzigmfw W'1w-wa1-wunn- ' v,,:f'2Q'l!"""'i1 LARRY BQYD TOM RICHTER DENNIS CHERMAK BILL PALMER WALTER KERR MIKE Mow BILL FECCI GREG BLOUNT JOHN MONTFORT TIM EHLINGER RONNIE WHITE TERRY ODOM BARRY BARCELLONA JERRY RIPPETEAU STEVE SCECINA JOHN FINCH Apache Warriors Apaches Tie Laredo Nixon In Opener The Anfonian Apaches opened Their 1966 season wifh a Tie againsT Laredo Nixon MusTangs. The game was played under poor Tield condiTions due To rain. Tom RichTer scored The only Touchdown Tor Anfonian. A 7 yard pass from Ron- nie WhiTe in The second quarTer pro- vided The only Anfonian score. Laredo Nixon came back To score and The ex- Tra poinT failed. The Apaches held The game To a Tie, alThough The NlUsTangs had been sTrongly favored. CHRIS BONUGLI BlLL DUNN MlKE BONUGLI MARK EMMERT FRED WESTENDARP FRED RAPANOTTI 39 AnTonian's Apaches won Their fourTh game of The year by scalping The RoosevelT Rough Riders 21-O. ln The second quarTer, quarTerback Ronnie WhiTe hiT Larry Boyd wiTh a 36 yard Toss To seT up a scoring play from The l. Then fullback Barry Barcellona wenT over for The TD. WhiTe hiT halfloack Mike MoTT for The 2 poinT conversion. In The fourTh period halfback Tim Eh- linger scored from The one, increasing The Tribe's lead. A Tumble recovered by Mike MoTT at The RoosevelT 4 seT up The final Apache TD. From This poinT, reserve quarTerback Jerry Kiss- ling sprinTed inTo The end zone wiTh Larry Sandera kicking The exTra poinT. The Apaches, who play an independenT schedule, now sTood 4-2-l on The sea- son. JERRY KISSLING Al- HAWKlNS ANDY MALDONADO TIM BOLTON Apache Crush Roosevelt 21-0 Barry Barcel- Iona 1381 plunges Through The leff side of RooisevelT's line after re- ceiving hand- off from Ronnie WhiTe UO1. Larry Boyd C851 and Tim Ehlinger 1281 Throw blocks for Barcellona. ASI? ,ffm i ,. ' 4 IQ'-w MIKE LA MACCHIA BILL Moonv sos KILBY WAYNE DeWlNNE DAVID HOLLAND ROLAND FLORES JAMES GUNDERM AN LUIS MALDONADO I TERRY GUERINGER JOHN SCHNURINGER DENNIS DELVIN RAY HYMEL LARRY SANDERA CONRAD SALINAS TIM TYNAN JAY AUSTIN 4I SEASON RECORD We They Laredo Nixon 6 6 Schulenberg Bishop ForesT 2 12 Churchill L O 7 Carrizo Springs 16 12 Corpus ChrisTi Academy 8 6 HalleTTsviIIe Sacred l-learT 32 O RoosevelT 21 O Holy Cross 20 13 Dallas Bishop Lynch 6 30 Apaches, Winningesf Catholic Team AfTer a slow sTarT, The Big Red really goT The ball rolling. Winning five ball games in a row before dropping The final game To-Bishop Lynch, The Apaches compiled a 5-3-1 record esfablishing Them as The winningesT CaTholic Team in The ciTy. Tribe Beats Holy Cross In Thriller Touchdown? The Antonian Apaches won their fifth consecutive game of the season, upsetting the Holy Cross Knights 20-13. Mike Elli- son intercepted an Antonian pass to set up the first Knight score and Anthony Lopez passed 24 yards to Henry Estrada who made a diving catch for the touch- down. In the second quarter Bill Palmer recovered a fumble on the Knights' six. Barry Barceliona then plowed over from the one for the touchdown with 5:53 left in the half. Jerry Kissling was the game's leading rusher with llO yards in i7 car- ries. Larry Sandera kicked the extra point. ln the third period, with fourth down at the 13, John Montfort passed to Andy Maldonado for a touchdown. The Apaches' winning touchdown came on a one yard plunge by Tim Ehlinger. This six-pointer was set up by a Montfort to Mike Mott pass caught at the two. Tony Trad, Dennis Chermak and Larry Boyd were defensive stand-outs. Apaches swarm bail carrier A befuddied ball carrier is scissored by Apaches ""uliV Frosh Football y I Q. A f 3 L' A ,ffm rl .1 ,V . . J ' , 4 f I1 W2 J .lr B J ' 3 J f 4 ' J MQ l'k C . . "1 1. ,W - J f f 5 - ri 5'f 5' 4 c F -f J... 1 J 5, 1 ' 52+ ' V .,, . I . . J A.,- Q':i . CJJJ it .A.,A, iq' . A J i 2 4 V t . , l 1 .J 1 0 f Bottom: G. Fecci, J. Marioquin, Don Felder, R. Lochte, S. Castillo. 4 Second Row: J. Bula, A. Vizza, J. Burkholder, L. Hengst, C. Kissling. Third Row: P. Lockhousen, K. O'Connell, M. Hunt, M. Frenzel. Fourth Row: D. Perkins, J. Palmer, C. Fernandez, E. Pavlosky. Fifth Row: K. Pruske, J. Knight, R. Mecke, B. Baethge, L. Hymel. Sixth Row: D. Weynane, J. Odom, R. Autry, J. Hillis. Seventh Row: M. Corrigan, D. Sandera, S. Vann, J. Sagray, J. Backman. Eighth Row: B. Coffeman, A. .Stegman, M. Gonzalez. Ninth Row: Coach Scecina. Q Q Under Coach Scecina and Coach Meyer our young war- riors completecl the season with a fine 7-2 record. lt appears that the frosh footballers will follow the Apaches winning ways. Things look great for The future. Co-Captains J. Burkholcler and J. Bula. 45 Basketball Andy Obriotti gets off a shot over the outstretched arms of a Churchill defender. 46 Apaches Boast 19-1 1 Record SEASON RECORD Cole ...... Somerset . . . Churchill .... Austin Travis South San "B" Kerrville Tivy . Beeville ..... Holy Cross .. Schertz Cibolo Wheatley . . . St. Peter Claver Lockhart .... New Braunfels Wheatley .... Cole ...... Marion . . . McCollum . . . MacArthur . . . New Braunfels East Central . . Churchill .... New Braunfels St. Peter Claver Holy Cross . . . Peacock ..... Schertz Ciloolo Edgewood . . Southwest .. St. Gerards . .. St. Gerards .. 1966-67 AHS ........50 36 ....47 72 ....43 49 .. .... 44 33 . .... 46 49 .. .... 41 55 .....36 39 .. .... 43 42 .. .,.. 30 40 .. .... 64 41 ...36 64 .. .... 34 35 .... 53 52 ....5l 50 ...51 43 ....50 68 ....3'7 46 .. ..... 514 42 ...45 42 . .... 41 67 .. .... 50 45 ...40 41 ...47 63 .. ..... 42 37 .. ...43 50 . ...46 52 ...38 40 ...43 48 ...43 45 ...40 62 Tribe grabs Consolahon Championship ln Soufh San Tourney The Apaches broke inTo The win column early by ,winning The consolaTion cham- pionship in The SouTh San TournamenT. In The Tourney, The AnTonian squad losT Their opener To AusTin Travis 44-33, wiTh BuTch Vela pacing The Apaches wiTh 14 poinTs. The AnTonian squad bounced back To nip Soufh San "B" 49-46, wiTh Mark WienTjes scoring 17 and Nick PanTuso canning 12. The Tribe advanced To The finals besTing Kerrville Tivy 55-41, as WienTies and Vela each hiT 15. The Apaches meT Bee-ville in The consolaTion game. The Tribe overcame Their poor shooTing To hold on To The lead and walked off wiTh a 39-36 vicTory and The consolaTion Trophy. Andy ObrioTTi scored 12 poinTs and BuTch Vela scored 10 poinTs in The championship game. Mark WienT- ies was named To The All TournamenT Team. MARK WIENTJES RICK SOMERS Mark Wienties goes high in the air to get this tip in the Holy Cross game. Apaches Get Tough The Antonian Apaches proved to be a thorn in The side of many powerful Alamo City teams. The first AAAA team to fall to the Apaches was Churchill. The Tribe tromped over Churchill, be- fore a standing room only crowd, 49-43. Wheat- ley, co-champs of The T5 AAA district, had Their share of Troubles with The Apaches. The Lions had to fight off a determined Apache rally be- fore coming out with a 51-50 victory. The Tribe made their presence felt in the San Antonio Invi- tational Tournament. The upset minded Apaches pulled off a surprising victory over a strong Mc- Collum team in the first round of the tourney. Many were surprised to see such strength in a new ball club. MacArthur brought an abrupt halt to the winning ways of the Apaches in the quar- ter final game, besting the Apaches 54-42. Robert G. Cole, a team which finished fourth in the state, also had a tough time against the stubborn Apaches. With this overall strength and desire, and all lettermen returning, the Apaches pose a threat to capture the T.C.l.L. crown next year! V AL HAWKINS RICK VELA CHUCK SPEIER Nick Panfuso snafches a rebound in Edgewood game. 2 i Butch Vela gets off a shot against Cole. E? 1 ! ' w,., A- 'Sis f I we i'elitLf1i,-tea' is ,, -, if ,. , Chuck Speier grimaces with pain as he catches an elbow to the ribs. 50 V Nick Pantuso and Mark Wienties leap in a vair attempt to pull in this rebound in the Cole - 4 i rl Q s Nick Pantuso fights for a rebound against Cole RONNIE WHITE Apaches Close Out Season With Six Coach Meyer shouts instructions from the bench. The Apaches closed out their season with six consecutive vic- tories. The warriors overcame a halftime deficit of 7 points to pull out a victory over Peacock. Then, the braves hatched out a victory against a strong Shertz Cibolo team. Edgewood, a strong member of the AAAA district, fell victim to the Apache rampage, as the warriors pulled off a 40-38 upset when Al Hawkins sank the winning basket with only seconds showing on the clock. The fired up Apaches then raced to a comfortable 32-17 halftime lead against Southwest, and coast- ed to a 48-43 victory. However, the Apaches had to shake off a cold shooting hand to nip the upset minded St. Gerard Royals, 45-43. This set the stage for the season finale. Playing before a full house on their home court, the Apaches put on an amazing display of power by crushing the St. Gerard Roy- als, 62-4O. With this victory, the warriors closed out the most successful season in their young history. 52 BUTCH VELA CHARLIE ELIZONDO Straight Wins ANDY OBRIOTTI NICK PANTUSO Andy Obriotti protects the ball from an Edgewood opponent 54 Apache "B" Team Has Winning Season Y 4' 5521, if 5 Q f ' up M ar N .L r W ,,,- ' ' ' J f- 'f-- 'Milf'-f-fl-fl .L f.-" 1 :sill 'siff ,Q31tiffl" 5621" iff1fti:::T,i1- 'E+-2455 'ii if .' -a',, Kneeling: Jesse Estrada, Roland Flores, Dan Deffenbaugh, Keith. Beals, Standing: Coach Meyer, Herb Smyrl, Marco Elizondo, Wade Mafihis, Jim Knight, Mgr., John Gill, Mgr. Under The leadership of coach Buddy Meyer, The Apache "B" Team spurred To an ll-9 rec- ord. The "B" Tearn is srocked with a fine group of Ioallplayers and some will probably see varsiiy action next baskerball season. Charlie Elizondo rips the ball away from a startled opponent. Freshmen Show Potential Bottom: Jim Bula, Carl Kissling, Gene Fecci, Al Vizza, Steve Castillo, Bobby Rodriguez, John Wright, Richard Garcia, Andre Stegman, Mgr. Top Row: Coach Joe Scecina, Joe Burkholder, Victor Sobrino, Shelton Vann, Ed Przybyszewski, Hans Dahl, Mickey Corrigan, Albert Sanchez, Henry Pfeiffer, Anthony Kinsel, Mgr. Jody Burkholder races opponent to the ball. Under Coach Joe Scecina the frosh squad compiled an 8-8 record. Despite a lack of experience, the freshman team does boast sped, height, and good out- side shooting. Surely this squad will supplement the varsity in the years to come and continue to play a ma- ior role in the winning Apache tradition. 55 Baseball , .W XL ,ss an i 4 56 .4 s Kneeling: Frank Gracely, John Perkins, Augustin Aguillar, Mike LaMacchia, Vincent Valadez, Wayne Mitch- ell, .loe Burkholder, Roland Flores, Jim Gunderman. Standing: John Gonzalez, Rick Vela, Butch Vela, Herb Smyrl, Mark Emmert, Tim Ehlinger, Ronnie White, Doug Phillip, Mike Mott. Apache Nine Enioys Finest Season The Antonian Apache Baseball te-am got off to a shaky start this season by dropping their first four contests. lnexperience, lack of steady pitching and hitting proved to be our biggest obstacles towards establishing a winning way. However, our fight- ing spirit came through and the Redmen ripped off sixteen victories in the last twenty encounters, including a nine game winning streak, to achieve one of the best won-lost records in the city. Among some of the triumphs the Apache nine can boast of are double victories over New Braun- fels and St. Gerarols. The New Braunfels Unicorns previously took twin wins against Douglas Mac- Arthur and San Marcos, two perennial state pow- ers. The Royals tied for first place honors in the T.C.l.L. district 4 AAA race. With a fine showing of sixteen wins and eight losses, the Apache baseball team clearly exemplifies the fighting spirit of BIG RED. E A . 'V' I APACHE HURLERS: Augustin Aguillar, Frank Gracely, Rick Vela, Mike La Macchia, John Perkins '. N X f W MIKE MOTT, catcher HERB SMYRL, first baseman 'H' " . fr A I ' ' - Inf I f',' f X J 1 I 'I ' N L inf-1.2:-112 - ,W ',r,f f:q,:., -- HQ 'Q ehhs -- IJ 41' I k'.. A , ,,h, M -f ' '--" ,,11. ,m1. mm.. I . ,m., ,,,m:z, , mlz, .. if J I L'ff V JIM GUNDERMAN, second baseman WAYNE MITCHELL, third baseman RONNIE WHITE, shortstop 58 ROLAND FLORES, third baseman 1 e "' -frfw ,.. ., . - --www. . " cf.m'?,' '- " "ie at f ,..., . 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N J -. ea-' - K ..fc .y:-ig, 'Wg-f1,,.3 5. Z K I ' X - 2- W x 4 i , -,,, g -31.2.4 ' -..4. - A 'ig A, , I . c ml msc ' M-we . ,ji . f 'b-W Q 1 , 4' ,, IQ h. ' f f ' '. .. I, T ' .g .fi . 1 rex ., .--. . H .LLL . .. mf ,. in if W ,sw X 9 r - -N r X- X Q., N N-..,, -Sw-fy. 5 A ...Jr,... .., ' ,N-f i K'L- f24:ff,'f f' A f . ff . My - S Q gh , , , .qgkeg -, gg- 4 L , f W ., 'M ' QQ' ..." Kif,'5'w rf. , 5,..' 3 kyg sign- S ' g,,k.jgv 5 ..,, 1, -' V--. 1efrv'Xgi,,fg LA,. , ,ik . . . " N wif J' DOUG PHILLIP, right fielder ANDY MALDONADO, The center fielder, led The Apaches in the home r un department with 5. RICK VELA, pitcher: Season record, 12 wins, 4 losses J i M 'W A ,Q "K '1 r ff 3.492 WAYNE MITCHELL smashes a line drive to left field. SEASON RECORD l967 AHS Robert E. Lee ..... . . . 9 5 John F. Kennedy . . . . .. 7 O Churchill ........ . . .17 3 Schertz Cibolo . . . . . . 4 O Churchill .... ... 2 3 Harlandale . . . . . .14 1 Southwest . . . . . . O 1 Holy Cross . . . . l 2 Robert Cole . .. . . . 3 4 Southwest . . . . . . 5 9 Holmes ...3 O Kerrville ...... . . . 3 4 Schertz Cibolo . . . . . . 4 7 Robert Cole . . . . . . 1 2 St. Gerard's . . . . . . 2 5 New Braunfels . . . . . 3 4 Marshall ..... . . . 1 5 Kerrville ...... . . . O 5 St. Gerard's . . . . . . 2 3 Holy Cross ..... . . . 3 1 John F. Kennedy . . . . . 3 4 New Braunfels . . . . . . 5 6 Roosevelt .... . . . 3 0 Roosevelt . . , , , 2 7 Doug Phillip loosens up before stepping to the plate Coach Bill Horlen, in his Two seasons aT AnTonian, has led The Apache base- ball Team To an ouTsTanding 31-14 record. He has done much To shape our base- ball Team inTo a winning one, and has puT our base- ball program on par wiTh ThaT of The more esfab- lished schools in The ciiy. The Apaches opened The season wiTh a game againsf The RoberT E. Lee Volun- Teers, a Team which lafer made Their way inTo The sTaTe playof-fs. The Apaches barrled fiercely before drop- ping a 9-5 decision in The laTe innings. However, our warriors laTer posTed vic- Tories over such AAAA Teams as Kennedy, Mar- shall, Churchill, and Roose- ve-lT. With This show of sTrengTh and poTenTiaI, The Apaches will be sfrong con- Tenders for The T.C.l.L. sTaTe crown nexT year. 'flu 'pf -if ,, W .45 1-3 I I 'Q A ,mi ,Q baiiffn ' r,,. Vthgglvigilggeggflifwta f . A sg, .11 fifcffii A aff 14' if ,f'p"v'fb fly! - iff! f"f7!1 fffi auf if ' 1f',.lff'!2',. 'fp 'KT .sf . df ,Q Truck Sitting: R. Cordova, R. Garcia, J. Bula, J. Marroquin, S. Scecina, B. Fecci, R. Van Rite. Kneeling: L. Boyd, H. Amen, L. Houston, J. Demchuk, J. Gill, C. Buitron, S. Altobelli, J. Collins, C. Knight. Standing: Coach Joe Scecina, M. Castillo, V. Sobrino, J. Finch, D. Chermak, B. Moody, J. Kissling, S. Vanin, B. Barcellona, J. Montfort, N. Pantuso. The flashing Holy Cross striders took a runaway victory in the first annual Antonian track and field meet April 8, 1967. The Holy Cross Knights accumulated an amazing 195 points, more than a 3-1 edge over second place La Salle, which tab- ulated 55 points. Alamo Heights JV, Fredericks- burg St. Mary's, and St. Peter Claver deadlocked for third place with 49 points each. Antonian man- aged a fifth place finish with 33 points. The Apaches finished ahead of St. Johns Seminary, St. Anthony's, St. Edwards, St. Louis of Castroville, and Central Catholic. The highlight of the meet came when 5 foot 9 inch Tim Hosek of St. John's Seminary high iumped 6 feet 3 inches to equal the city's best performance of the year in that event. John Finch placed third in the 120 yard high hur- dles, while both the mile relay and sprint relay teams managed sixth and seventh places respec- tively. Steve Scecina turned in an outstanding per- formance by running a leg on the sprint relay team, and placing second in the high iump. Larry Boyd iump. A leaps high f or greater Apache Trackmen Shine in First Annual Antonian Invitational distance in the broad A. - obe-iii gets sef in the blocks for the start of the 220 yard MILE RELAY TEAM: Mike Castillo, Jerry Kissling, Steve Altobelli, Nick Pantuso. sw i , '21,-........,,, Nick Pantuso hands off the baton to Steve Aitobelli during the preliminaries of the mile relay. o ,gg l RR 0 evofo'o'o'o'o'v'o'4l9'6'YG9-'i ,,,.12 iooooe o,4,,0,0.3 ,..W1,,',"' woooooo-sv-3 , 1,9 'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'4f4zf 1, Q33 v'a5.Q.0.0.6.0.9?9!f ,.194't 1 'Gage ?1,9.Q.O.Q.': , 1, ,za Qybegy f'4"0'1Ls,..9.C ie ,f.3f"' ' Q 9 Sv sooo.454,,mH i. , .45 l2'g4'z':'o'o"'gfilli fy fic e oe'-c 94 on 00 , 00 o ooo-me-non 50,0 oooo oo soo , 9006000604: ,- 534' 9 .q'Q'g.g.Q.9,o.b'a ff"-5 9 9.6.0 o Q on-1-0 f ' J1'f f-9 e eooooo-woo Q rg 440 AA,,ar Q. W ' we . W N , I I 1. A A ve. D alkfafa adj! me i r ' W - ,...,,, 'Mi' , W Q iviwf- - fig Y X ,QL , ,. .x , A-we , ' K :Ill AL,, eiii in A emo M. e W e. i i ' . . . . ',,, Jerry Knssling, who 'fmalled in the 440 and ran a leg on the mile relay team, is seen staffing in the quarter mile. Barry Barcellona puis the shot. Having completed the second leg in The mile relay, Sieve Alfobelli hands off to Mike Castillo. 65 Star hurdler, John Finch lleftl, who placed in every varsity meet, goes through the paces with Bill Fecci. 'sifix-..f5:,,.. Sfisffflfiafl 'K it Note the determination as John Collins finishes the mile in' the Antonian' Invitational. 66 Richard Garcia, our fine freshman miler is all alone here, but managed a fifth place finish in the mile in the Antonian Invi- tational. t 1 ttctt ,, ,,,,.,, ttft it ,t,, , 'Uni . i SPRINT RELAY TEAM: Jerry Kissling, Jerry Marroquin, Jim Buie, Sfeve Scecina Steve Scecina, broad iumper, high iumper, member of the sprint relay Team, was selected as the oufsfand ing frackman by the coaches of Antonian. mv wwmw Something New! Cheerleaders BETH LANGEN Inspire Sportsmanship Build Enthusiasm Boost Spirit JAN MILLER Not only do our cheerleaders support the team, but here they are seen bearing one of the many burdens put upon them. To arouse cheers and excite the crowds was the responsibility of our vibrant cheerleaders. Wheth- er it was the hot stuffiness of the gymnasium or the colol bitterness of a fall game, they were al- ways there to urge the team on to victory. The girls' adviser was Brother Joseph. ll K Jan Miller begins a cheer during the Roosevelt ball game. in 'in Groups, club, organizations-the chapters of a book-each contributing something to the wholep each a distinct entity useless without ' the others . . . without which the book is some- thing less. Organizations teach us, entertain us. The company of others who enioy what we en- ioy helps us grow. oRGANlzATloN 72 fwf - i LARRY BOYD, President. . ,av Sgr" , f S PHOTO NUT AVAilA.BLE Student Council STEVE SCECINA Vice President. SOPHOMORE MEMBERS OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL: R. Kiiby, A. Obriotti, A. Haw MIKE MO'I'l' Junior Representative STEVE ALTOBELLI Program Manager MARK EMMERT Junior Representative kings, B. Vela. ii.. W f .Q Qin . tif' rrrr JOHN FINCH Junior Representative HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES: Seated: J. Burkholder, T. Bol- dera, T. Elinger, F. Westendarp, K. Weixle, D. Devlin. Second ton, S. Vann. Standing: First Row: B. Hinchy, D. Nobles, L. San- Row: J. Hoyer, S. Bodet. BROTHER WAYNE, twice beloved moderator. vu L., . 1 The Student Council is composed of a select group of Antonian leaders. Their purpose is to assist the faculty and student body in promoting the ad- vancement ot Antonian High School. They accom- plish this mainly by providing service to the fac- ulty and student body, and by presenting the opinions ot the student body to the administra- tion. The Christmas concert opened with "O Come, O Come Emanuel" sung as all of the chorus' 120 members marched from the rear of the auditorium to the stage. C ,,,:: Brother Wayne, patient director, instructs the chorus on the precise techniques needed to make beautiful music. Apache Chorus Besides their Christmas and spring concerts, the glee club gave a Christmas concert at North Star Mall, sang at the Sodality Talent Show Csecond placej, Our Lady ot the Lake Choral Festival Crating of excellenti, and at Greg Blount's funeral Mass. The Christmas concert given at North Star Mall in December. 76 2 3 2 2! ei Qt QQ in 3 '5 I vi J 53 .2 ll E 2 I i .A x 1 1 7 in 221 sl W 1 iii M-, , , Q FIRST TRUMPETS: R. Martinez, D. Nobles, J. Range, R. Singleton, A. Zotfarelli, J. Finch, S. Brink. The AnTonian High "Apache Band" is an organization which has grown with The school since the sophomore year. The band plays at ath- letic meets, for pep rallies, and at various other func- tions Throughout the year. The band is under the able direction of Mr. Jimmie Klein. TENOR SAXOPHONES: S. Altobelli, R. Lozano. TROM- BONES: J. Palmer, T. Martinez, K. Ware, J. Venverloh. FLUTIST: C. Whitehead. ALTO SAXOPHONES: H. Villarreal, C. Weixel, B. Seiler. . 78 CLARINETS: L. Lecocke, B. Cavazos, T. Jones L. Scheffler. THIRD TRUMPETS: P. Lochausen L. Trub, R. Cresta, J. Koenig. DRUMMERS: C. Kainer, A. Kinsel, R. Meurer, J. Ko- sub. Nor pictured: B. Dan- iels. SECOND TRUMPETS: R. Baker, C. Scheffler, T. Kreamer. CLARINET: D. Arcos. In background: DIRECTOR: MR. JIMMIE KLEIN A. Zottarelli, R. Singleton. B. Palmer on the sousaphone. BARITONES: M. Mikulas, A. Maldonado, L. Maldonado. SENIOR DRAMA CLUB: M. Cortner, R. Meurer, P. Clarkson, D. Wolski, J. Finch, T. Kinsel, L. Megnden A. Kinsel, J. Hoyer, G. Fecci. Sfanding: J. Odom, M. Zeller, F. Westendarp, C. Schiecler, T. Odom. Alex Kinsel and John Kemmy comfort Jay Hoyer afTer his encounter wiTh a stuffed moose in Service With a Smile. Bernard McDonnell, Rob Meurer, John Finch, and Tony Kinsel in a scene from Service With a Smile. Drama Club JUNIOR DRAMA CLUB: Miss Theil, moderator, T. Barber, D. Reisz, K. Weixle, C. Fernandez, M. Dunn, S. Tomblin. Second Row: J. Barber, P. Ward, R. Saathoff, M. Grahman. Third Row: R. Rodg- ers, L. BoTTo, C. Elizondo, J. Kissling. The Senior Drama Club did noT sTarT rehearsing unTil mid year. They be- gan work on a Three acT producTion, Service WiTh a Smile, under The oli- recTion and sponsorship of John VVesTendarp, a dramaTics major aT ST. Mary's ' UniversiTy. -Upon his arrival in March BroTher Alexis Gonzales assisTed wiTh The direc- Tion oT The play. 80 The debate team of Steven Scott and Glen Madere had a season Tournament record of T2 wins and 6 losses. One of The organizations that has been around for all Three years of Antonian's history is The Antonian Speech and De- bate Club, which has made quite a name for itself among The debate circles. The club, sponsored by Brother Thomas, par- ticipated in many oratorical contests and student congresses. A student congress is a speech meet set up along The lines of a unicameral legislature. The merits and faults of proposed pieces of legislation are debated. Speech 81 Debate Club L. Botto. SOPHOMORE MEMBERS: Seated: B. Bauml, R. Kavanagh, B. McElreath, D. Leal, C. Saltarelli. Standing: BROTHER THOMAS CANTY, moderator 9 S. Scott. 8I JUNIOR MEMBERS: Seated: G. Gar- za, L. Rastrelli, G. Madere, S. Alto- belli, R. Hymel, M. Cortner, T. Mc- Gary, H. Amen. Standing: S. Fisher, The rifle team, organized by Mr. Hayes, is one of the newest clubs at Antonian. lt provides an opportunity for Antonian students to learn fire arm safety and become proficient in the use of firearms. The members have started construction on a rifle range beneath the auditorium stage. They are trying to build a 50' regula- tion range so that they will be able to fire at school rather than at a public range. WVV, NWw,,,..Vw"' . Rifle Team Kneeling: J. Knight, V. Sobrino, M. Graham, M. Anderson, R. Fisher, H. Ferrell, P. Lochausen, R. Bachmeier, M. Vara, R. Poerner, L. McGon- agle. Standing: Glen Hobart, R. Toon, C. Knight, Kneeling: S. Palermo, G. Hobart, B. Dunn. First tinez, D. Brown. Standing: K. Kerr, G. Galegos, Row, seated: J. Cosgrove, J. Etlinger, D. Judson, T. Kraemer, T. Wood, D. Walker, D. Smith, J. C. Knight, M. Carter, F. Gracely. Second Row, Fisher, C. Buitron, W. Comiskey. seated: R. Toon, D. Wolsky, C. Adams, R. Mar- 82 Chemistry Club F. Gracely, B. Seiler, M. Mikulas, T. Wood, A Zottarelli, B. Bernard, J. Etlinger, D. Judson, T Barrett, R. Baker, C. Salinas. The Chemistry Club was or- ganized this year by Mr. D. W. Schmidt. The club was organized for the pur- pose of helping students be- come better acquainted with chemistry outside of class. The Chemistry club per- formed many interesting experiments, including the brewing of beer, and the production of rocket fuel and laughing gas. Chess Club Seated: J. Sparrow, R. Blair, J. Vieimann, R. Rex, R. Rodgers, C. Garrett, T. Griesenbeck, R. Lara, F. Obledo, G. Bento. The honor society is one of the young organizations at Antonian this year. The club's first moderator, Broth- er Andrew, otfered invalu- able assistance in getting the club on its feet. During the year the society spon- sored money-making proj- ects, and observed activities sponsored by other honor clubs around the city. In the future the club plans to set up a scholarship fund in the name of Greg Blount. Honor Society The chess club, supervised by Brother Joseph, was formed to promote interest in chess at school, to help beginners, and to set up tournaments with other schools. The club held weekly intermural tourna- ments every Saturday in the biology lab. G. Madere, S. Fisher, G. Gallegos, S. Altobelli, T. J. Dahl, A. Gutierrez, N. PBFITUSOI J- AI'H0lCl, H- McGary, F. Westendarp, C. Schneider, R. Toon, Amen, R- Zowarka, R- Somers, R- POGFDGV- 83 The stamp club, under the direction ot Mr. Bill Hayes, helped all students who were interested in the sci- ence ot philately. Every oth- er Saturday the members would meet for a big stamp auction, in which members sold or traded their stamps. The club was very useful in that it induced several stu- dents to take up stamp col- lecting, and helped those who already enioyed the hobby to increase their col- Iections. First Row: J. Finney, D. Nobles, R. Flores, T. Kreamer, C. Night, J. Koenig, J. Koza. Second Row: T. Wood, G. Ramirez, R. Autry, D. Segray, M. Gonzalez, J. Etlinger, Brother Joseph, Mod- SVBTOF. 84 Front Row: T. Greisenbeck, P. Lochausen, Mr. cek. Third Row: A. Zottarelli, C. Buitron, A. Kin Hayes, Moderator. Second Row: C. Whitehead, E. Self J- KOZB, H- Amen. The radio club, sponsored by Brother Joseph, was formed of students interest- ed in electronics. During their meetings the members learned basic electronic theories trom members al- ready versed in these fields. They established their own landmark with a 20 meter antenna on top ot the An- tonian auditorium. They al- so repaired broken radios brought to them by stu- dents, and put the sound system in the rifle range. 'ff ef. 'sf I 1 x A ' V' up-wc, Front Row: M. Mikulas, J. Kemmy, B. Dunn, C. Klein, W. Kerr, A. Kinsel, C. Spier, J. Hoyer, R. Meurer, B. Fecci, S. Scecina, S. Altobelli, B. McBrearty, B. Cavanaugh, G. Madere, C. Sa- linas, J. Cosgrove. Second Row: G. Bento, L. Mengden, S. Pa- lermo, D. Chermak, C. Wexel, T. Griesenbeck, C. Buitron, A. Stegman, J. Gorman, R. Toon. Third Row: A. Maldonado, J. 39 'WR Fisher, A. Zotta-reilli, B. Duffy, B. Dossey, H. Amen, J. Koza, J. Montfort, R. Hymel. Fourth Row: N. Pantuso, A. Anderson, J. Finch, M. Emmert, L. Rastrelli, D. Smith, B. McDonnell. Fifth Row: R. Saathotf, C. Elizondo, T. McGary, D. Judson, G. Przybyszew- ski O Smoke Signal Staff Mrs. Van Steenburg directing the Smoke Signal assembly line. -is Editors of the Smoke Signal, student newsletter, were: Editor in Chief . . . . . Glen Madere News Editor . . .. . John Kemmy Feature Editor . . .... Ray Hymel Club Editor .. .... Ron Toon Sports Editor . .. . . Steve Scecina Copy Editors ...... Mike Mikulas Fred Westendarp Kerry O'Connell Columnists, Walter Kerr, Robert Meurer, Angelo Zotarelli, Fred Westendarp, Mark Cortner, Charlie Elizondo. 85 E, in ,mi EDITORS: J. Koza, classesg L. Botto, arty A. Kinsel, copyg C. graphyp N. Pantuso, athletics. Second Row, Kneeling: H. Amen Whitehead, organizations: R. Zowarka, business manager: T- activitiesg S. Altobelli, editor-in-chief: R. Meurer, candicls. McGary, facultyg J. Montfort, Campus: F. Westendarp, photog- Warrior Staff Photographers HENRY AMEN STEVE ALTOBELLI FRED WESTENDARP Front Row, Standing: B. Comisky, H. Sanchez, R. Lochte, G. Bento, C. Klein, N. Pantuso, R. Muerer, A. Kinsel, B. McDonnell, R. White, R. Zowarlia, T. Griesenbeck, C. Whitehead, D. Felder. Second Row: J. Koza, J. Dahl, A. Zottarelli, L. Botto, J. Mont- fort, S. Winters, T. McGary, A. Gutierrez, L. Lecoke, C. Adams, it fi Mr. Van Steenberg, patient moderator, acl- vises Nick Pantuso, Walter Kerr, and Steve Scecina on their layouts. B. Palmer. In tree: P. Lochausein, J. -Finch, F. Gracely, W. Kerr, G. Fecci, G. Beck, B. Fecci, B. Dunn, A. Maldonado, M. Mikulas, A. Hawkins, H. Amen, M, Cortner, S. Altobelli, T. Gueringer, C. Speier, S. Palermo. 87 The gathering and distribution of 10,000 items of food and clothing for the needy bespeaks the Charity of Antonian. But Charity is also patient . . . is kind. Charity is not pretentious or self seeking. True charity is appreciating the worth of your fel- low human beings and doing what you can to help them. I ACTIVITIES M111 4,.u..f ssemblies Larry Boyd presents Coach Bailey a gift from the Student Cou cil at the pre-Christmas assembly. E 3 I ,. t. n. Captain Amelio's presentation of "The Face of Christ", a performance using his ability as a sculptor. Brs. Andrew and Stanley are shown talking with Mr. Harris, the representative of the local draft board. He reviewed the essential points of the draft with Antonian iuniors. 90 I L XM My Br. Marty of St. Mary's University presented a pro- gram on the use of music in the liturgy. Mr. Marquit and Mr. Kistner discussed the field of engineering with a select group of Antonian students. They are pictured here with Gus Beck. Dr. Dressler, chemistry professor at Trinity University, spoke to the students about iob opportunities in chemistry and related fields. He was introduced by Mr. Schmidt. Fred Westendarp is introducing the representatives from the four military academies at a iunior assembly. 9I Greg Blount, Steve Scecina, entrance to "Junior-land." M mr 65,6 Mike Carter, and Andy Maldonado under BURN italy 92 Spirit Week Leads Antonian To Victory. Spirit Week was held prior to the Holy Cross game to show the team that the student body was be- hind it. The shirt competition was held on Tuesday of Spirit Week. Entries ranged from electrically wired shirts to arab sheets. The winner was Bruce Baegthe. The poster competition, which took place the next clay, was won by Homeroom lOl. The Junior level won the corridor decoration contest held Thursday. Climaxing Spirit Week was a car decoration contest, won by Jerry Rippeteau. A pep rally was also held Friday. Students admiring Junior corridor are: Jerry Rippe- Angelo Zottarelli, and Steve Fisher. teau, Frank Gracely, Steve Winters, Mark Emmert, 'ME F Mike Dunn, Jerry Kissling, Larry Sandera, Gerald Janecka and Bob Douglas show of'F their colorful shirts .-,-aw LQ Conrad Salinas' car shows Apache spirit. Steve Altobelli, program manager, leads cheers at the pep rally that climaxed Spirit Week. Spring Festival The Spring Festival was held on April 15. The site for all booths and games was the gym parking lot. Foods served were shishkabobs, hamburgers, and hot dogs. Many a student waited in line at the dunk- ing booth for a chance to sink his favorite teacher. Smaller children en- ioyed riding on an electric golf cart and trying out their luck at the fish- ing pond. Theyfestival ended with the drawing for the winner of the RCA color TV console. Afterwards, a PTC sponsored dance was held in the gym. sfsi iii . ""- f- ,,",g.":f-"f:fg Q Agg- ' J-'. 's Coach Scecina reads off the odds before the start of another horse race. S Mr. Zimmerman goes down in the dunking booth. Q M L' 'M ikunuu Students line up to see if they can dunk him again. is WTW3' , 1 , if A. ,A ' my , mlm..-..,l,,,,,,m. , ti A 4. fu .J 3 Students dance to the sound ofthe Lynchmen. A view of the grounds as people begin to arrive for the festival. 95 Tom Stark, Nick Pantuso, John Collins, John Montfort, and Chuck ThelffhallengeaCCePleCl,ll1eYl1S'Bdl'0b6lfle- Whitehead issue a challenge to the other sailors in the area, Picn' Students celebrate the feast of St. John Baptist De La Salle with a school picnic at Lancla Park in New Braunfels. They go swimming, horseback riding, boating, or fishing, and play golf, tennis, or baseball. Gene Fecci, Jody Burkholder, Jimmy Bula, Louis Hymel, Al Vizza, and Jake Backman. 96 l 'W-ur ,iss 3 Vic Sabrino watches as John Stout prepares to leave school for New Braunfels Elections Student Council elections were held in the last week of April. At an assembly Wednesday morning students were nominated and the qualifications of the nominees were listed. Wednesday and Thursday the candidates spoke to various homerooms, put up posters, and handed out cam- paign ribbons. Friday morning the candidates spoke to the entire student body at an assembly which immediately preceded the voting. Steve Altobelli was elected presi- dent, Butch Vela vice-president, Louis Botto secretary, Fred Westendarp treasurer, and Nick Pantuso program manager. Dennis Chermak displays a campaign poster. i i i C ' 1 r Lx is S gr , H r 4 ,Q 0 412 Q st F .Q ,-,v' se wr wfr ffl, Glen Madere listens as Br. Rockenbaugh addresses the students. Louis Botto and Butch Vela delivering their campaign speeches, 97 Student Faculty Game The annual battle between the faculty and the basketball team was fought on January 23, 1967. The faculty starting five of Coach Meyer, Br. David, Br. Castilie, Br. Stanley, and Mr. Hayes iumped into a quick lead, but the varsity, cheered on by a large crowd, nar- rowed the lead in the second quarter as the faculty began to tire. From then on it was a close game, if only because the oldsters were helped con- siderably by the lone referee. Just before the final buzzer, Coach Meyer sank a long iump shot to end the scoring, leav- ing the faculty with a 63-62 victory. Butch Vela and Br. Stanley wait for the results of a iumpball between Mark Wienties and Br. David. 98 Guess who's cheering for the faculty at the preegame pep rally. Br. David, guarded by Mark Wienties, gets off a shot as Al Hawkins and Chuck Speier look on. lt's showdown time between James Bitter and Carl Kissling. Western Day During Rodeo Week all San Antonio "goes Western," and Antonian is no exception. Thursday ot Rodeo Week was designated Western Day. Stu- dents came to school dressed in bright western wear, com- plete with cowboy shirts, ieans, boots, and hats. One iunior even brought along tour bales ot hay, supposedly for a horse that never showed up. Many also came heavily equipped with weapons rang- ing trom -45's to machetes. All kinds of duels and guntights were staged, and many a would-be gunslinger bit the dust. 3? 'fl ,... 4 ' Us tu Glenn Hobart peers down the barrel of James Bitter's gun. Bill Dunn braces himself as Mike Mott attempts to knock a cigar out of Bill's mouth with a bull whip. 99 1 5 Im' Memories Father Grahman saying Mass for the repose of the soul of Greg Blount. E. I e 3:11:23 'ffl' -Z' , , , 'ff' 5 M1 4' 52 I00 -il""' Archbishop Lucey, Father Grah- man, and Br. Rockenbaugh at the dedica- tion of the ath lefic complex. Hignt ' 'L--fQ H' MMR n D Mx .Max W Situ Rick Somers, Carl Schneider, and Jerry Arnold selling cold drinks at the first annual Antonian Invitational Track Meet. Dennis Chermak, Mike Daniels, and Pat Sheehy move one of the many boxes of cans collected in the canned 'food clrive. Butch Vela waits for the setup from Mark Wienties as Ty Griesenbeck, Tom Richter, Steve Scecina, Walter Kerr, and Larry Boyd look on. lOl Awards This year at Antonian all athletic and scholas- tic awards were presented at a special Awards Banquet held at the Sheraton lnn. Letters in football, basketball, baseball, and track were given out, along with special awards in each of these sports. The academic awards were the Torch Award, Religion Trophy, Honor Certif- icate, General Merit Award, Social Studies Award, and Perfect Attendance Certificate. The Torch Award is presented to the five stu- dents on each level who maintain the highest scholastic averages. Junior winners were Hen- ry Amen, Thomas McGary, Nick Pantuso, Carl Schneider, and Raymond Zowarka. Sopho- mores were Tim Bolton, Louis Botto, Charles Garrett, Robert Kavanaugh, and Tim Tynan. Bruce Baethge, Jim Bauml, Bill Brendel, Hans Dahl, and Richard Lochte were the freshmen winners. The Religion Trophy is awarded to one boy from each level who achieves straight A's in Religion and scores highest on a test admin- istered in the fourth quarter. The winners were: Nick Pantuso, iunior, Louis Botto, soph- omore, Bill Brendel and Robert Van Rite, freshmen Ctiel. The Honor Certificate is given to those stu- dents who attain the honor roll at least twice during the first three quarters. Those who received it were: Juniors, Steve Altobelli, Henry Amen, Jerry Arnold, Steve Fisher, Glenn Madere, Thomas McGary, Nick Pan- tuso, Carl Schneider, Ronald Toon, and Ray- mond Zowarka, Sophomores, Robert Arias, Robert Bauml, Richard Blair, Louis Botto, Tim Bolton, Steve Dobrinic, Charles Elizondo, Charles Garrett, John Goebel, Victor Jouffray, Robert Kavanaugh, Wade Matthis, Steve Mc- Brearty, Bill McElreath, Fernando Obledo, Rob- ert Rex, Randy Rogers, Roger Saathoff, Ray Singleton, Tim Tynan, and Victor Vela, Fresh- men, Dennis Baas, Bruce Baethge, Jim Bauml, Bill Brendel, Hans Dahl, Bill Hinchey, James Halet, Robert Lara, Richard Lochte, Chris Lutz, Sam Monaco, David Nobles, Michael Peters, Joseph Pantusa, Thomas Simek, Jerry Range, Robert Van Rite, David Vorpahl, and John Wright. The General Merit Award is presented to five students from each level who compile the most extracurricular activity points. Junior win- ners were Bill Fecci, John Finch, Robert Meur- er, Mike Mott, and Steve Scecina. Sophomores were Charles Elizondo, Wayne DeWinne, John- ny Gill, Andy Obriotti, and Victor Vela. fcontinued on p. 1042 I02 4 0 M Mr. Richter, past president of the PTC, speaks at the banquet. Br. Andrew presents an Honor Certificate to Glenn Madere. i E l 5 E l i i s 1 1 4 i I l z 1 4 E JUNIOR TORCH AWARD WINNERS: Thomas McGary, Henry Amen, Nick Pantuso, Ray Zowarka and Carl Schneider. The guest speaker was Mr. Mike Campbell, defensive football coach at The University of Texas. Coach Horlen and Mike Mot? Kcontinued from p. i021 The Social Studies Award is given to the stu- dent who scores highest on a general social studies test. This year's winner was Jim Schimelptenig. The Perfect Attendance Certificate is awarded to all students who have not been absent or tardy the entire school year. Winners were James Bauml, Tom Carrola, Mike Carruth, Steve Castillo, Ed Cuny, Danny Deffenbaugh, Robert Dittrich, Steve Dobrinic, Phillip Du- fresne, Don Felder, John Frazier, John Gill, Mike Graham, Gordon Halsey, Robert Kresta, Robert Lara, Louis Lecocke, Ruben Lozano, Richard Mecke, Sam Monaco, Thomas McGary, Nick Pantuso, Ed Perez, Roger Saathott, Charles Schetfler, Jack Sparrow, Paul Stark, David Stehling, David Wangler, and Tom Wood. Andy Obriotti receives plaque from Coach Meyer rtlr RELIGION TROPHY WINNERS: Nick Pantuso, Robert Van Rite, Louis Botto, and Bill Brendel. I04 The boys in the above picture earned certificates from the Air- man's Qualifying Examination. Sergeant Van Rite, shown far right, presents a certificate to Chuck Whitehead, who achieved a perfect score. First Row: Steve Altobelli, John Kemmy, Steve Fisher, Tom Kraemer, Rick Somers, Dave Scott, Leonard Ras- trelli, Conrad Salinas, Ray Zowarka. Standing: Larry Mengden, Steve Scecina, Mike Mikulas, Gerald Lee, John Montfort, Adrian Anderson, Fred Westendarp, Ron Toon, Bill Dunn, Andy Maldonado, Carl Schneider, Bill Palmer, Louis Lecoke, Tom Stark, Chuck Whitehead, Sergeant Van Rite. Barry Barcelona was picked by his fellow football players as Most Valuable Player, while Mike Mott and Dennis Chermak were chosen as Outstanding Back and Outstanding Lineman respectively. Mark Wienties received both the MVP and Most Re bounds awards in basketball, and Andy Obriottl won the plaque for most points scored. The MVP in baseball was Ricky Vela, and Steve Scecina was chosen as Most Valuable Trackman. Ricky Vela and Steve Scecina with their plaques. CANDID School spirit is enthusiasm . . . cheering enthusiasm. lt is doing more than you have to . . . working all night decorat- ing the hallway, clearing brush on Sat- urdays, selling more than your quota. It is a special kind of pride that makes football workouts bearable, it is a force that moves students to give of them- selves, in support of their school. ,, U ak :- ,f- ww-Wm'-H .--,WH '1,L.Mwm,wg If 61 IF Before . . . Steve Scecina checks the depth of the scunge pot, as Skeeter Anderson prepares to dive in. R4 :iff m'5?i'x5 . . . and after. I08 ' yeah, but I bet I get less cavities than you!" "It's a living . . . " Ron Toon and his gang. The Golden Boy-Henry Amen. "Oh, 995lX,C'2595fQ!! l'll never get it right! "Gimme that, Boyd!" "100l,1002, 1003 . . . " 301 at feeding Time. . ,, xy 5 ' . SS , .1 ,X L . X ,', .N -S'!ife A "fL'3?2i,l ,W f, M, 4, .515 Q, A , N Jigigfffg Ps 'Ni' ,J ' 3Zi':gf:rgy f 'jg Pffir " 1' ' , . Q ., 2' 5751. yd? if ,, .,- Q . hw l U I fn'-34 -:fe 1 5. 4 9 Q .,-' u,v,g,1g?ag ' 'N in Q! . '-3.3.5. sv? R555 16" 5534 Uv 2 ya, . ,rg 5' iv gf "Hurry up, will ya!" Student council president? t Q . 9 QM X E W .,... x W Students attempt escape in giant balloon, "Gosh! l'm the only one that came out for glee club this year! by K '51 sg ef' Q. .swg - 1'2" M F2 ll 2 Iii 5 ill HI lag, -, .. 32, Ili' Qs, HE riff' No, Rob, There is no Santa Claus!" Pre-class bull session. 1 1 N Q: .f:::52'.- sl, fy , "Here it is, Andy. C-A-T, H01 K'A'T In Ray Hymel secreily reads "Captain America" in chemistry class. You know . . . I bet if's 'the Crest!" "Doe . . . a deer . . .a female deer. . ." H3 The knight of the White Moon? II4 Religion class Turns into a surprise birthday pariy for Brother Stanley Town Drunk? Our Town? :YM X, X sv- Qu "X minus 15 minutes and counfing . . " "O Solo Mio! . . " "Going our way?" ll5 Barber, Tommy ........ 25, 80 ADMINISTRATION Br. Andrew .... 4, 11, 90, 102 Mr. Bailey ... ..... 11, 37, 90 Br. Castille . .. ..... 14, 98 Mrs. Clifton .............. 15 Br. David .......... 14, 78, 98 Rev. Grahmann 10, 16, 100, 101 Mr. Hayes ........ 12, 98, 84 Mr. Horlen .. 12, 103 Br.Joseph .. 13, 84, 115 Mr. Klein . .. .... 78, 79 Mr. Koza ................. 14 Br. Lester ................ 15 Mr. Meyer 12, 27, 45, 52, 54, 35, 98, 104 Br. Michael .... .... 1 3 Mrs. Murrel .............. 15 Mrs. Robb ............... 15 Br. Rockenbaugh 5, 10, 100, 2, 97 Mr. Savoia ............... 14 Mr. Scecina .... 12, 45, 55, 94 Mr. Schmidt ........ 8, 9, 12, 91 Br. Stanley .... 5, 11, 98, 90,114 Miss Thiel ......... 13, 31, 80 Br. Thomas ............ 11, 81 Mrs. Van Steenberg . 5, 13, 85, 86 Br. Wayne .. 13,111, 113,114 Mr. Zimmerman ........... 95 STUDENTS Adams, C. .......... 21, 82, 86 Alanis, P. ....,........... 30 Altobelli, S. . . 18, 74, 77, 81, 83, 85, 87, 79, 86, 93, 110, 102, 105 Amen, H. .. 18, 16, 77, 81, 84, 85, 87, 86, 102, 103 Ammann, D. .............. 30 Anderson, A. 19, 77, 85, 99, 105 Anderson, M. ...... 27, 77, 82 Anderson, S. .. ....... . 27 Aguilar, A. ... .... ... 30 Aguilar, G. .. ....... . 30 Arcos, D. .. . .. 29, 78, 84 Arias, R. . . . ....... 23, 102 Arnold, J. .. .. 18, 83,100,102 Austin, J. .. ..... 23, 41, 77 Autry, R. . . . . . . 30, 45 Baas, D. .... .. 28, 102 Bachmeir, R. .. ..... 23, 82 Backman, J. . . . .... 30, 45, 96 Bader, J. ..... 23 II6 Index Baethge, B. .... 28, 45, 92, 102 Baker, P. . . . . . 25, 99, 78, 77 Balair, R. .. ... 24, 83, 102 Barber, J. ...... 30, 80 Carrola, T. .. . 24, 77, 104 Carruth, M. . .. .. . 23, 77, 104 . . . 21, 82, 92 Castillo, M. .............. 19 Castillo, S. ...... 29, 45, 55, 104 Carter, M. . .. Barber, Tony 20 Barcellona, B. . 20, 38, 40, 43, 44, 77, 105 Barrera, R. .. ...... . 25 Barrett,R.... ......27 Barrett, T. .. ........ 21, 73 Bauml, J. ..... 20, 81,102,104 Bauml, R. .. 23, 81, 102 Baur,D.... ...27, 77,115 Bass, J. ..... . 30 Beauvais, R. . ......... 22 Beals, K. .. ........ 23, 54 Beck, A. ... .. 19, 77, 86, 91 Bender, R. . . . ....... . . . 30 Benson, T. . .. ....... . . . 24 Bento, G. .... , 73, 83, 85, 86 Benzing, J. . .. ....... ... 27 Berlang, R. .. ...... . 29 Bitter, J. ..... .... 2 5, 99 Blackstock, R. .......... 25 Blount, G. ...... 3, 18, 38, 92 Bodet, N. ..... . .. 24, 75,115 Bolton, T. .. 22, 40, 75, 77, 88, 97,102,107,115 Bonugli, M. ........ 21, 39, 99 Bonugli, C. ........... 20, 39 Botto, L. .. 22, 77, 81, 86, 87, 88, Bowman, R. 97, 102, 104,115 20 Boyd, L. . . 19, 38, 40, 43, 74, 90, 97, 98, 99, 109 Brendel, W. ...... 28, 102, 104 Brewster, L. .......... 30 Brink, S. ........ 23, 77, 78, 79 Brown, B. .. ......... . 30 Brown, D. .... ....... 1 9, 82 Buckholdt, C. .......... 29 Buitron, C. .... Buitron, R. . . . . . 20, 82, 84, 85 28 Bula, J. ........ 29, 45, 55, 96 Burkholder, J. . . 30, 45, 55, 75, 96 Byron, T. ...... 24, 77 Calderon, E. .... 30 Cannellias, C. .. . .. 30 Cantu, C. .... .. 30 Cantu, L. . ........ 22 Carrera, C. . . 24,77, 115 Cavasos, B. . . . . 25, 78, 107 Cavillini, A. .. ........ . 29 Chermak, D. . . 19, 38, 77, 43, 85, 101, 105 Chumbley, W. ... .... ... 30 Clarkson, P. ............ 30, 80 Coffman, B. .......... 29, 45 Collins, J. .... 77, 96, 99,114 cannskey,B. ........ 21,82,96 Cordova, R. .. ...... . 30 Corrigan, M. . . .. . 29, 45, 55 Cortez, R. ................ 30 Cortner, M. . . 77, 80, 81, 86 Cosgrove, F. .............. 29 Cosgrove, G. . .. 20, 82, 85 Cresta, R. ............... 78 Cuny, E. ........ 20, 76, 77, 104 Czar, J. .............. .20, 77 Czuhaiewski, J. ........... 27 Dahl, H. .......... 28, 55, 102 DahI,J.... ...18,83,86,111 Dailey, C. . . . Daniels, B. .. .. Daniels, M. .... . Deftenbaugh, D. . . Degges, Tony Degges, R. . . . DeLaRosa, O. . . Demchuk, J. .. Devlin, D. . . . DeWinne, W. . . . . Dittrich, R. ..... . Dobrinic, S. .... . Dossey, T. .. Douglas, B. .. . Duffy, B. . . . Dutresne, P. .... . Dunn, M. ...... . Dunn,W. Duque, A. . . . Dyer, E. .... . Ehlinger, T. .. Elizondo, C. . . 22, Elizondo, M. . . 20, ......... 27 .... 30,79 .....21,101 ..23,54,104 ...,.... 26 .. 31 ...25 ......... 23 ...27,41,45 22,41,45,102 ,.... 22,104 . 23,102,104 28, 85 25,93 . . . . . 28, 85 . . 20, 77, 104 . . . 25, 93, 99 39, 82, 85, 86, 105 . . . .. 25, 99 . . . .. 20, 98 38, 40, 43, 75, 77 52, 54, 73, 85, 102, 115 24, 54, 73, 77 25 Emmert, M. .... 18, 39, 16, 74, 77, 92 Estrada, J. ........... 27, 54 Etlinger, J. ............. 19, 82 Fecci, G. . . 29, 45, 55, 86, 96, 97 Fecci, W. . . 21, 37, 38, 42, 77, 80, 85, 86, 98, 102 Felder, D. ...... 28, 45, 86, 104 Fernandez, C. ......... 30, 45 Ferrell, H. ............. 30, 82 Finch, J. .. 4, 19, 38, 77, 74, 80, 78, 79, 85, 86, 99, 102, 110 Finney, J. ................ 23 Fisher, J. ........ ...... 2 0 Fisher, R. ................ 30 Fisher, S. .. 18, 81, 82, 83, 85, 92, 102, 105 Fitzsimon, D. ............. 30 Flippo, Ronnie ............ 23 Flores, E. ...... 20, 84, 99, 112 Flores, R. .... 24, 41, 54, 77, 115 Frazier, J. ............ 30, 102 Hartmann, A. .. . ....... 33 Kresta, R. .... .... 3 0, 104 Harms, L. .. ....... 25, 107 Kuhnel, D. ... ... 24, 77 Havel, D. .. ........... 22 LaMacchia, M. .. ... 24, 41 Hawkins, A. 24, 40, 49, 74, 86, Langlinais, R. .............. 26 98 Lara, R. ...... 30, 83, 102, 104 Hay, G. .................. 25 Leaf, D, .'.. 22, 77, 81, 82, 88 Henderson, D- ----- 25 Lecocke, L. .... 20, 78, aa, 104, Hengst, W. . . . 30, 45 105, 112 Herrera, R. ........ 27 Lee, G. . .. . .. 19, 105 Hlllis, J. ..... ...... 3 0, 45 Leila, R. .... ..... 3 0 Hinchey, W. ...... 30, 75, 102 Lewis, R. ................. 28 Hobart, G. ...... 19, 77, 82, 99 Lindberg, C. .............. . 27 Holland, D. ....... 24, 41 Lochausen, P. .. 30, 45, 78, 84, Hopman, C. . .. .. 21, 98 36, 99 Houston, L. ........... 25 Lochte, R- -- 23, 45, 86, 97, 102 Holzmann, P. .............. 27 l-0960, J- -.---------- 20, 77 Hgyer, J, ,, 21, 75, 30, 85,110 Lousteau, B. 30 Hum, M, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 28, 45 Lozano, R. ......... 28, 79, 104 Hyman, L. ............. 30,96 Lubbering, G- ---. 24 Hymel, R, ,, 13, 41, 45, 31, 35, Lutz, C. ...... 28, 102 113 Lynch,P.... .....2O Janecka, G. ....... . . . 23, 93 Mackey, K. ............ . . . 24 Jeffrey, S. . ........... 30 Mackey, C. .............. . 30 Jones, T. .............. 20, 78 Madere, G, , , 18, 31, 33, 35, 97, Jouttray, V. .. 22, 88, 102, 115 102 Judson, D. ...... 21, 82, 85, 98 Julian, G. Frenzel, M. . . .. . 30, 45 Gallegos, G. ... .. 18, 77, 83 Gallegos,R. 23 Garcia,P.... .....30 Garcia, B. .. . . . 27, 77 Garcia, R. .... 103, 30 Garcia, R. .... .. . 102, 30, 55 Garibay, J. . . . ..... . .. 30 Garrett, B. . .. ........ 30, 84 Garrett, C. .... 22, 83, 102 Garza, G. .. 21,77, 81 Garza, R. ............. 103, 30 Garza, R. ............ 205, 27 Gill, J. .... 23, 54, 77, 102, 104 Gilliam, B. ............... 25 Goebel, J. ........ 24, 77, 102 Gonzalez, H. .. ........ . 28 Gonzalez, M. . . . . . 30, 45, 84 Gorman, J. . . ........ 28, 85 Gracely, F. ...... 21, 82, 86, 92 Graham, M. .... 27, 77, 82, 104 Graham, P. .............. 30 Greco, T. ................ 24 Griesenbeck, T. . . 22, 83, 84, 85, 101 86, Gueringer, T. ...... 27, 41 Gunderman, J. ........ 23 ,aa ,41 Gutierrez, A. .. 301, 18, 77, 83, 86,111 Gutierrez, A. ........ 104, 30 Hahn, R. Halet, J. . . . .. Halet, J. . .. Halsey, G. .. . Harthan, B. .. 30 102,30,102 202,23 30, 104 23 Kainer, C. ........ 20, 77, 78, 79 Kavanaugh, R. .. 22, 81, 85, 102 Kemmy, J. .... 19, 80, 85, 105 Kemmy, P. ............... 23 Kern, J. .......... 21, 98, 115 Kerr, W. .... 19, 38, 82, 85, 86 Kidwell, M. ............. 30 Kidwell, P. . . . ..... . . . 24 Kilby, R. 25, 41, 74 King, W. .. ....... . 33 Kinler, D. ................ 33 Kinsel, A. . . 303, 20, 77, 78, 79, 80, 84, 85, 86, 87 Kinsel, A. ..... 102, 30, 55, 80 Kissling, C. .... 28, 45, 55, 99 Kissling, J. . . 23, 40, 43, 77, 80, 93, 99 Kitten, S. ................. 33 Klein, C. .... 20, 73, 77, 85, 86 Knight, A. ............. 18, 82 Knight, J. .... .. . 28, 45, 54 Koenig, J. . . . ..... 19, 78 Kosarek,M.... ......25 Kosub, J. . . . . .. 27, 79 Kowalik, R. .............. 23 Kowalski, G. .............. 24 Koza, J. ...... 18, 84, 85, 86, 87 Kraemer, T. . . 19, 77, 78, 82, 105 Maldonado, A. .. 20, 40, 41, 43, 77, 79, 85, 86, 105 Maldonado, L. ...... 24, 77, 79 Manion, D. . . ....... . 28 Marroquin, J. . . ..... 33, 45 Martinez, R. . . . . .. 20, 79, 82 Martinez, T. .... 30, 79 Matthis, W. ........ 22, 54, 102 McBrearty, S. ...... 22, 85, 102 McDonnell, B. .. 19, 85, 86, 114 McDonnell, H. ............ 31 McElreath, B. ...... 22, 81, 102 McGary, T. .. 18, 81, 83, 85, 87, 102, 103 McGonagle, L. ......... 22, 82 Mecke, R. ........ 30, 45, 104 Mengden, L. .. 19, 80, 85, 105, 1 13, 1 14 Messenger, S. ............ 33 Meurer, H. ............ 24, 77 Meurer, R. .. 19, 77, 79, 80, 85, 86, 102, 112 Mikulas, M. . . 18, 73, 79, 85, 86, 105 Mikulas, S. .. .... . 30 Miniel, P. ..... ...... 2 6, 99 Mitchell, W. .............. 26 Moody, Bill ...... 24, 41, 77,99 Morkovsky, W. ............ 24 Morrisey, R. . . ......... . 28 Monaco, S. . . .. 30, 102, 104 II7 Montfort, J. . . 18, 38, 43, 85, 87, 96, 105, 110 Mott, M. . . 18, 38, 40, 43, 74, 77, 99, 102, 104 Nellis, B. ... ....... ... 26 Neyman, D. .............. 27 Nobles, D. ..... 28, 79, 75, 102 Novelly, G. .............. 24 Obledo, F. 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V. . .. .... . . . 33 Ramirez, G. .. ........ . 33 Range, J. ....... 1. 30, 79, 102 Rapanotti, F. .... 21, 38, 77, 98 Rastrelli, L. . . 18, 77, 81, 85, 105, 120 Rathmann, J. ... . .. 33 Rayburg, P. . . . . . . 26 Reed,M.g... ....27,77 Reeh, R. 20, 98 Reisz ..... 30, 80 Rex, R. .... .... 2 3, 83, 102 Richter, T. .... . . . 19, 38, 39 Rippeteau, J. .... . . . 21, 38, 92 Roberts, G. .... ...... 2 5 Rodriguez, A. . . . . . 26, 77 Rodriguez, B. .......... 33, 55 Rodriguez, R. ............. 77 Rogers, R. .... 23, 83, 88, 102, 1 15 Ryan, D. ................. 30 saafhofr, re. .. 23, 85, 102, 104 Sagray, J. .......... 33, 45, 84 Salinas, C. .. 18, 45, 85, 93, 105, 111 Saltarelli, D. .... 23, 73, 81, 77 Sanchez, A. . . ........ 30, 55 Sanchez, H. ........... 27, 86 Sandera, D. ........... 33, 45 Sandera, L. . . 26, 40, 41, 75, 77, 93 Scecina, S. .. 4, 20, 74, 77, 85, 86, 102, 105, 108 Scheffler, C. ...... 24, 78, 104 Scheffler, L. .......... 33, 78 Schimelphening, J. . . 20, 77, 102, 104 Schneider, C. .. 18, 77, 80, 83, 102-3, 105 Schnuringer, J. ........ 26, 41 Schwegmann, J. ........... 30 Scott, S. .... 18, 72, 73, 81, 99, 105, 1 11, 120 Seiler, R. ...... 20, 77, 78, 98 Sekula, B. . . . ........ . .. 30 Sheehy, P. . . . .... 21, 77, 101 Sherman, J. .............. 29 Simek, T. ............. 30, 102 Singleton, R. . . 23, 79, 78, 102 Skiles, M. ............... 29 Smith, D. .. 20, 82, 85 Smyrl, H. .. ..... 27, 54 Sneed, J. .. . . . 30 Snell, R. . . .... . 25 Snell, R. .............. 204, 26 Sobrino, V. ........ 30, 55, 82 Somers, R. . . 18, 34, 47, 83, 100, 105 Sparrow, J. .... . . . 24, 83, 104 Spear, J. ................. 29 Speier, C. .. 21, 34, 47, 49, 50, 77, 85, 86, 98 Spiekermann, E. ........... 29 Spring, J. ...... ....... 3 0 Stark, P. ............ 30, 104 Stark, T. .. 19, 73, 96, 105, 120 Stegman, K. ........... 26, 99 Stegman, A. .... 29, 45, 55, 85 Stehling, D. . . . ..... 25, 104 Stockton, T. . . . . . . . . 33 Stump, D. . . 23 Taylor,J. 20 Thrailkill, F. .. 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Veliz,f A. . . 23, 47 50 52 34, , , , 98,101,102 79 ..........26, ..... .. 21 Vielmann, J. . . . ....... 23, 83 Villarreal, H. .......... 30, 78 Vizza, A. ...... 30, 45, 55, 96 Vorpahl, D. .......... 30, 102 Walker, D. . . . .... 21, 82, 84 Wangler . . . . . 30, 104 Ward, P. .. ..... 26, 80 Ware, K. . . . . . . 30, 79, 97 Warren, J. ..... . .. 20, 98 Weatherby, M. . . .... 23, 77 Weinheimer, L. ........ 24, 107 Weixel, C. ........ 103, 30, 75 Weixel, C. . . 202, 24, 77, 85, 99 Westendarp, F. . . 18, 39, 75, 80, 83, 87, 91, 97,105,113 Weynand, D. ............ 29 White, R. . . 21, 38, 39, 40, 44, 51, 86 Whitehead, C. . . 19, 77, 78, 84, 86, 87, 96, 105, 114 Whitt, l. .................. 25 Wienties, M. . 23, 34, 47, 48, 98, 101, 105 Wilson, M. . . .... 25, 77, 115 Winters, S. ...... 21 , 86, 92, 110 Wolski, D. ...... 20, 80, 82, 98 Wood,T. 20, 77, 82, 98, 104 Wright, J. ........ 29, 55, 102 Zeller, M. .......... 6, so, so Zottarelli, A. .. 21, 79, 84, 86, 92, 99 Zowarka, R. . . 18, 77, 73, 86, 87, 102, 103, 105 ll8 , Patrons Mr. and Mrs. A. 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