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

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I 1 Q mi '1 V4 ,j , .vu fi fi FJ ? w l L i Ml Dreams. Tradition The sounds of Antonian hold much in store, from the daily routine, to the special events and national prestige received from the schoolls organizations. To uphold those fond memories of such activities, a soundsheet has been produced and is bound at the left. Locate the perforated edge of the soundsheet flocated next to the gutter or center of the two pagesj and tear out gently. Place the soundsheet on your record player manually-should the sound- sheet slip while playing, place a penny on the soundsheet as indi- cated. The soundsheet has two sides of playing material-although printing is on one side. Table O Content Introduction . . . . . .1 t ,A Facult 1 Administration. . . . . .5 . . Y A it Y 1? 3 P Classes . . . . .19 Q -- W . i tif ' 7 D ' . ?v'?f . . 1, 53 '." :b ft- .. Orgamzatlons . . . . . .63 e f M V- 1 1 ' ti Ht 1 3 U' ' Sports . . . . . . .79 5 A t . px . 1 A Activities . . . . . .111 E Index... ...138 4 slr I,q 41 'Q . yr ,QQ 'gg ,X if ff F A C ULTYXADMIN . Antoman School Board Mr Jesse Vdlareal o o Laffvmlef Presldent Vme PresldenfafidiTreasurer Secretary 1 g , Boafd Member o l5foord Memb of o 1 j B0afdMember o Board Member o ooo o Mr. Gene Ehner, B.A.T. Dean of Students, Q SecondSemestery Track coach. , Rev. David A. Connell, B.A., M.T.S. Vice-Principal ' ' ir Vx Z 55'-Y 5? ,. . Q Bro. Xavier Keslier, B.A., M.T.5., Dean of Student Activities. Fr. Anthony P. Pesek, B. Div., Chaplain. Sr. Margaret Rose Torregrossa, M.Ed.. Counselor. .E W. Ft, K 1 . ww- ta kim Yi N Mrs Ann Kondoff Business Manager H Mr. Charles Wells, B.S., Nl.Ed.g Athletic Director. f First semesterl. X ,fi 63.659, Miss Barbara Mazerg Librarian Second Semester. r . -.4-.a.?s-S Mrs. Theresa Morales, Receptionist. J 1 f if Mr. Joseph Latronico, B.A.g Librarian First Semester. Bookstore Manager Regina Rogers, Cafeteria. Connie Fernandez, Cafeteria. YB' bl ft., af' Steve Hernandez, Head Custodian Mr. Rudy Bernal, B.A.g American His- loryg World Historyg Healthg P.E.g Fresh- man Advisorg Varsiiy, LV. Footballg Var. sily, J.V. Basketballg Varsity Baseball. Bro Anthony Ciocolella, F.M.S., B.A.g Algebra l, Science Inde-it pendent Study, American History, Freshman Advisory, Fresh- man Moderator, Advisor History Club. m ,L 1 - - In ., 5,1 '13 in Miss Nandy Donohue, B.A.g English Lit: ll., Survey of Lil. I., Junior Advisor, .lunior Moderator, i A ' ' English Department Chairperson. H 1 Mr. Robert Esparza, B.A.g Head Coach, Baseball, Assistant Coach, Foolhallg Jun ior Advisorg Accountingg Marketing Typing. Bro. Xavier Kesller, OFM., B.A., M.A.g Senior Advisorg Student Council Modera- torg National Honor Society Moderatorg Key Club Moderatorg Varsity LV. Soccer Coachg Artg Cilizeushipg Speech. , , , V,-,zL.yw K, x wyiy-, , Sr. Irene Maspero BA., M.A.Ed.g Physics. rhology, The Novel. Joseph Lau'onice,'B.A.g Book Store Manager,-Varsi1y,Baslieb ball, Freshman Football, Golf Coachg Wdrld History, Govern- UICKIL -Z - Damien Melving F.M.S.., B,A.g' Senior Advisorg Moderator Disciplinary Commilteeg A 2, 3, Thomas 0'Rourke, B.A.5 Accelerated Algebra I, Algebra I, Geometry, Trigono- melryg Freshmen Advisor. 'R Si Mrs. Sandra Ree, B.A.g Spanish I., II. 2 is Nw .5 Q--,. my Fr. Tony Pesek, B. Div.g Theology I, II, Ill, IVg Senior Advisor, J.V. Baseballg Theology Department Head. bf.: Q J'W-WWW i B.S4, M.Ed.g fFirst Seniesterl, Head Football P.E.., Junior Advisor. ' Mrs. Barbara Stern, B.A., M.A.T.g 'Algebra II, Accelerated Alge-M bra II, Geometry, Accelerated Geometry, Math Arialysisg Junior' AdvisorglMall1 Department Head. V ' V ' A Mr. .lames Uemlllitelman, B.A.,g English 3, 43 Communicatioueg 1 Sophomore Advisorg SMOKE, SIGNAL Advisor-3 WARRIOR 1 Advisorg Dungeons and Dragons Advisor,'WIGWAM WORDS J Q-Faculty Bulletinjliditoi-. V A A A, . - 4 4 fl slr 'gs 'fir iv? J9 IA j Qy, 27 ts CLASSES E K 1 4 A Correa, Jeffery Carvajal, Anthony Cnsarez, Gerald fhstilla, Jose Cohn, Jerry Dabney., Eugene De Arkos, Pablo De Bose, David Duepner, Ross Escohedo., Mark Estrada, Paul Franklin, John 1 1 i I CN gp-s, A..-.A ,K U , iw 'L N251 . fl X NE Lutz. Louis Magee. Gary Martinez, Joseph 5IcCinn, Tinmthy Kirsch, Raymond lamphear. Steve lazam, joseph Lee, Christopher Mendez, Martin Miller, Lawrence Moeller, Ray Morris, John . Q Q 1 I L 1 1 1 2 1 1 X 3 5 3 s i 1 1 1 1 1 A I z f 1 1 I 1 I "W 1' :B g7 'DKK Salawohn Salzman, Lee Schoonover, Greg Sleveps, Richard Slillwell. 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Introducing the leaders of tomorrow-THE ANTONIAN J UNIOR CLASS Ahr, Joseph Alonso, Alfred Appelt, Joseph Baker, Matthew Banowsky, Tim Berryhill, Trey Bower, Gary Brenner, Mark Buley, ,Mark Butcher, Tom Butler, Tom Cardenas, Arnold 32 Juniors Tum m has NEW SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICE Del Rosa, Eric De Pena, Arturo Dolch, Michael Estrada, Roger .fum 33 F Euhanks, Joseph F agan, Brian Fall, Brenden Flores, John Franklin, Mark Gather, Keith Garlitz, Michael Gorigoitia, Henry .1 Henry, Doug llemandez, Edward Hemden, John Q- llolcombe, James IIYIIDYQ , T, ' 'S-L"-1? w Wg E '1 A 4. o 75, Moeller, Harry Mora, Roger 0'Brien, Timothy 0'Con, Ron Tnninrc 35 Q is 'gf mwah W v George the elgh! new students Antonian at the five were juniors. and to right uniors Tom Connelly, Aaro n Gene NN... 5 ? S we I Rodriguez, Joseph Ruiz, Ernest Sambucini, Rick Shaner, Paul Solis, Conrad Solis, Richard Slaifel, John Stovall, Robert Tabel, George Tuten, Jeff Valadez, ,Iolm Vasquez, Richard . Villarreal, Joey Villarreal, Ruben Yndo, Steve Zavala, Paul ,Not Pictured: Schoonover, Gilbert Bueno, Rick Simmons, Iamar Juniors 37 V o Q Q o Semors Reach lmposslble Dreamw To be a senior at Antonian is more than just a ring-you must go through some of the toughest educational standards in Texas. We have seen the changes in this school over the past four years, from the "country club" to the college prep it is today. As Antonian begins the decade of the eighties, we know that it has begun on a positive note. With this, we present the Class of 1980. 55 A'-' v, .,.-- V eis, 1, , c.,,, A - Q Carlos Abundis ll c , 'VL y. E, A ' 7 W spae "Bozo", "Crash and Burn", "Dancin J ,,,-, , X X I Q iff Bear", Football-l, 2, 3, 43 Track-l, 2, 45 c rv, ' Q ROTC-1, 23 Rifle team-1, 23 Bonfire commit. 2, L , T, ,,p V7,li L . tee-43 Homecoming committee-4-3 All Dis- ii' X " Ig. 5 ":l' l"i t rict Honorable Mentiong Football-4-3 Barbar P ' ' W' W" 'f1-,, college, Southwest Texas State University or ,, A 1' St. Mary's Universityg Business Management A 7' , -1 . in Insuranceg Insurance Businessg W.D.F.A. 1 , T cisv vas 1 A H David V.P. Aguilar ' y "Ag", "Heartbreak", "Jellybcan", Auto- ,V ' nian 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 4, ROTC 1, 23 Q1 , A A Drill Team 1, 25 Colorguard l, 23 Rifle team W p i 1, 25 Honor Guard l, 23 Track 4-g Bonfire 6 ' if A committee 43 Headshot 4-g A.D.C. 33 2 . , V T.P.D.C. 3g MAAC 4-g UTSA-Southwestg Biology, Medicineg "How do you feel?" Qgzf "How big are they?" "Want a jelly bean lit- 4 tle girl?" xg' 38 Jorge Lewis Aguilar, "Yorgy", "Disco Jorge", Yo Yo Club, 3- Youth Advancement, Junior Achievement l, 23 Highest Honors 3, Honor Roll, AGM Uni- versity Electrical Engineering. "Viva La Rosa". ,lam es Herman Albers, "James", "Buddy", "Clutch", "Camel Jockey" 2, 3, 4, Antoniang Football, 2, 3g Key Club-4-3 Bonfire Committee-4-5 N.H.S., 4-3 Senior Class Choir, 4-3 Football All District+4-3 Spanish Award--33 American History Award-33 English Award-35 Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Choir-45 Homecoming Committee-45 Anatomy! Phsyiology Award-3, Society of Distin- guished American High School Students, Who's Who Among High School Students, Salutatorian of Class-19803 Texas ASIM, Computer Science, Systems Analyst. "You got to give it up." "Who is that number 85?!" John Craig Bower, "Bowen", "Doc Bewee" 1, 2, 3, 4 Football Trainer, 1, 2, 3, Basketball Trainer, 1, 2, Track, l, 2, 3, 4, B.S.A.g N.H.S.-3, 4-5 Lamar University, Athletic Trainer, "l just sit back and watch the fireworks." A ,jf pf zz, - A 1 Viz 5 ws 1 rf, ,ef sk' J I 1 gig at F V B v ,og as 2' 'E141,J,1Mf.. 11 m - 5 i 3- 4, Q X MU , Q x i 1 E 'ff ,Fw as ss ,. ,, - l few V9 Ns E 1 Eugene Brummett II, "Gene Gene the Dancing machine" Cross- Country, 3, 43 Football, 1-2-3-43 Track, I-3- 43 'l'.C.U., Letterman's Club-13 Youth Club -lg Cross Country-3-4, Basketball l-3-43 History-Phy. Ed. Teacher-Coach-College level. 0 Fred Bueche "Give a little bit"3 National Honor Societyg School Choir '78 8'793 An Award ol' Excel- lence in Geometry, and Religious Servicesg U.T.S.A., Computer Science. Every little bit counts. Charles A. Casarez, "Chuck" Football 1-2-3-4-3 Track 1-2-33 Basketball 1-2, World Comp Ski Team3 A.D.C. Homecoming Committeeg Bonfire Committeeg Senior Mass Committee3 All-Dis- lriet Hon. Ment.-23 South West Texas Stale Univ., Pre-Law enforcement. Go for it. Do it in a toy. ' x x f if 2 w M 4.L. ,i .5 1, . Robert James Clayton, "Monster", Tennis 2, 3, 4, Antonian 2, 3 4, ,lunior Achievement 4, Geology Honors Award, Spanish Honors Award, University of Texas at Austin, Pre-Med, Physician, "Life in the big city, 'lts rough! " Doug Clow, Sports Editor 2, Manager Basketball and Football, Award of Excellence-English l, Biology, Algebra ll, Spanish l, Awards in Spanish ll, Physical Science, Who's Who, Highest Honors, S100 Scholarship to Anto- nian Freshman Year, St. Mary's, Medical Technology, Medical lab work-Research, "Later Days." Raul Cocarrubias, Antonian 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper 4, Yearbook 4, ROTC l, 2, Navy, "Things Take time, we're only human." , ,H ,,,. ,- fav V . ---, C liffflg 5. 'W ' L ' iffi '91 V 5 1, . . .. .sfp d r w, . 5431 J'f'-mi, , ,V,. QW! '25 if Mark Collier, if 4 in Top Ten percent of senior class. Thomas W. Connelly, "Tomy, "MacArthur", "Wildman", 4--Soc- cerg NHS-4-g Who's Who in American High School Students, United States Air Force, Political Science, United States Air Force- Pilot, "Tim Connolly is not my brother." Jody Conrad, "Sparky", "Stud", Football 1-43 Track 1-2- 43 Baseball 3-43 ROTC lg Born Free Com- mittee 4-g Texas ASM, "Were we 10-0, or 0- 10? At least we were consistent." John William Daeshner, Patrick "R0cky,, Darin Dannag "Henri", "Whoopy"g Football 1, 2, 3, 4-g Unknowng Food Preparationg Chefg "Shut up loci". Christopher DeGarza, "Mr. Satel's", Football 23 Mass Committee 43 Key Club 45' Bonfire Committee 4g Out- doorsman Club 23 Speech Club 2g Honorable Mention l, 43 Boston Universityg Computer Science and General Businessg Computer Programmerg "Don't Drop the package." Charles DeWitt, Editor in chief of Newspaper 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3-4, Con- tributing Editor Highteen Magazine, Editor ol Junior Achievement Newspaper in San Antonio, Member of the Society of Distin- guished American Students, Wards Award, Texas A81M, Journalism News Reporting. Charles E. Dillard, "Midnight", "Pepper", ,llmior track, Senior Football and Track, All State High Jump, All District Track, SWTSU Physical Educa- tion, Coach 'Class of '80' captains mates" Charles Trask Dix, "Pretty Boy", "Brick Wall", Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President, National Honor Society, All-State Track 3, All-State Football 3, 4, Stanford University, Law, "A.D.C. 8: L.S. no where else but Antonian." - 'gzfL'i'e2iygiii'ge,12! ,ts :Zia W . - 1 y 'cit 155 ilwfniik a W ?i 2 if ,W 3,- Lk 5 f S A 5 5 B X if , ,war sw 2, oe: 2- I , m Wg K f Mfg 'sf gm xv 1 F W: f x 'x' 1 ,K an 3 We a we , X6 gg Q., sn fglxfgm . .Y -5+-5- f H' 51.8" -H 1 -, w H W waidf, , K fx' ff mm- ., WAV 4 fr 0 9 , Q- 2 ,Vg f 24' if Q 1,9 5122 I 5 ,I ,eine i S -4 gf A f f 4, X, M M , ,ef 'X Qi 2 Z , , uf .u W ,fi vw is ' 1 'JW Q 1 Q 6' af H Ifu' ,M 1 K , ,... -, ,, ..., .L N N' 5 gl figwixl Y -: i af' WA, , f 1 F .rig gs, ' 2 f'2fam 2 W. , vw. sg, .Ms .N f 8 -t 3 e f xx 4 S Q. Michal Eifler, "Eil'man", National llonor Society, Football l, 2, 3, 43 Track l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 St. Mary's Dental, Dentist, "Oh baby you know l do". George Farias, Free "Pro", "Q-Tip", Antonian I-2-3--lg Football I, 3, Baseball l, 2, 3g Track lg Prom Committee, llollll-coming l-onlmitt0l'- 4, llonlirc- 4: Yearbook-2: ROTC-I, 2, 3, l-3 Marketing, Banking, "lint Coach, l lllll run- ning as fast as l can." Mike A. Farias, "Free", Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Football lg All State 3, 43 St. Mary's, Business, Business Management. 5 Les N. Fitzsimon, "Fitz", "Fitzy", "Les the Mess, no more, no less", llomecoming decorationg Various Art Projectsg Art Achievement Awardg UTSA, Art lnstitute of llouston, Drawing, Painting, Fine Arts, Commercial Illustration., Art Director, "Stoned to the bone, Rock 'n Roll will never die, Your breath could knock a vulture off a dung wagon." Edward Flores, "Aichi", "Flo", Football-1 ,l.V.-ROTC-lg U.T. "Take things the way they come." - Daniel A. Franklin, X' 5 5 "Flyl1oy", Full time job Chaparral Aviation lnc. flying light aircraftg Embry Riddle Aer- onautical Univ. Aeronautical Science-Com- mercial Pilot. Randall Mark Gallegos, Band 1, 2, 3g J.R.0.T.C. lg STP Program at UTSAQ UTSA, Biology, Medicine, "When in doubt" William John Goodyear, "Blimp" Yearbook 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Anto- nian 1, 2, 3, 4-g Who's Who Among Ameri- can High Students, Society of Distinguished American High School -Students, Region Band 2, 3 4-5 All-State Band, Sempre-Fidel Award, John Phillip Sousa Award, 'l979 NC' James L. Gilbert, "Jaime," "Big Jim 'g Antonian 3, 4-3 Basket- ball-lg Baseball-25 UTSAIUT at Austin, Architecture, Big "C". "Don't do anything I wouldn't do, but if you do, name it after so IDC. Art , "Elvis", Football-Ig Basketball-33 vig' f ' fl I8 S f YQ. ff, is a k LLZSSWQA if Swgwm if fp- , if f J ' A me ,f 3 v5 r 1 ff f fski F? img! l Ste hen Robert Greco P 9 "Buzzard", "The ltalian Stallian", Football- l, 2, 3, 43 Track-l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball-l, 2, 3, 43 Golf-1, 2, Senior Choir-43 Student Council-4 fPresidentjg Key Club-2, 3, 4- lPresidenljg Football, All-District 3, 43 All- Slate-4-, Track, All-District, All-State-43 Texas ARM, Engineering, Engineer, "Whal's wrong with Sophomorcs?", "Do it in a Station Wagon" Keith Patrick Crahman, Peabody, ROTC-lg SAC, Electrical or Elec- trician, "Never pass up anything worth- while. Always go for it." Arthur Rene Guerra, Baseball-1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook-3, Key Club, Bonfire Committee-43 Homecoming Com- mittee-4, Society of distinguished American studentsg Who's Who, Honor Boll-3, Busi- ness, UTSA. "Let's try to go blazing!" ik -it B 2 4 ,Q KK! 'bit If I 1 sag, " ff ' 4,1212 as ,481 ,, , ,J Alnvl I ,, ., I, 4' K Q' , . ,tail 1 - - , ,,,,,..... Eff' , ol-'lflv 4 fum. Clifton S. Herald, "Bumb," "Alci", "Pervert", "Sex Fiend", ROTC-l, 23 Football, lg University ol' San Angelo, Business Law, "If the plug fits the socket, stick il in." Q Mark Trent Hernandez, "Magi", "Muscle Man", Basketball-lg Reli- gious Service Honorsg Texas A81M, Psychol- ogy, Fire Science, "Kicks". Rudolfo Hernandez, "Rudy Kazoody", "Okie", Key Club 3, 4-g Student Council Secretaryg Track 2, 3, 4, State Finalist, Cross Country 3, 43 JV Bas- ketball 3g ROTC-2, Bonfire Committeeg Choir-4-g Yearbook-33 Newspaper , 3g NHS-3, 4g Who's Who Among American High School Students, American Legion Boys State Rep, D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award, Honor Roll 2, 3, 43 Geometry Award, Ameri- can History Awardg Honor Cadet, 2. Texas A 81 M or S.M.U. Computer Science, Computer Programmer, "Life is tuff." 1 7 'fi .A Thomas H. Hill Jr. ' Armondn, Basketball 3-43 Golf 2, 3, 4-3 Geology, University Texas Austin, Lawyer. . fait. A gag P3 fi J J og 144 it Y fi J .. 4 , if " N ,Y.4'f r Q vig' ' 395545 l WEE. are of . ' f "fa 1.4 'U . 5 aw? yi? Qifyfsf Frank Mitchell Hughes, "Hoops", "King Cutter 33", Mgr. l-2-33 Homecoming Committee, 45 Bonfire Com- mittee, 43 ADC 3,4g Antonian 2,3,4-5 ROTC l-2, Trainer 2,3,4g NEDT Awardg Honor Roll 3g Univ. Texas Austin, Computer Sci- ence, Computer Consultant, "Wait Till l get good tires on my truck, then l'll show you what trailblazing is" Paul John Huth, Muzzle San Antonio College Q.. A ,f ' f .ff?mw-- 1432 ,, 7 V Q, ,, 'P' , 'Z ,5,.fv'3, '52 X iw, 'Q , . f 7 . Y, 'L . k, x I K R 'A , Q "iw, ff? if if Michal P. King, "King" "Block Head", "Salt", "Crime", "Kong", Antonian l,2,3,fl-g Football l,3,-lg Track 3,43 ADC 3,44 All District Defensive Tackleg Texas ASM, Business Admin., Presi- dent ol the United States, Hey- . . . l drive a "Camero". Claude Antoine Lamoureux "l.ameroo-Waterloo", Antonian l-2-3-Al-3 Football-lg ROTC-lg Honor Roll-l-25 Eng- lish Achievement Award-lg Math-lg History- l-2, UTSA, St. Mary's, Engineering, Orthot- ics, "The lastitime l went to advisory was never!" Marc Anthony Machado, "Match", "McAdoo' , Duke , Antonian l V 2, 3,4-3 Track l, 2, 3,43 Football l, 2, 3, 43 C .A Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, All District Foot- H "' ball 3, 4-3 All City fl-3 All District Track 3, fl-3 Y J St. Mary's, Public Justice, Law. !' Lifsry-K5 W? .:,.hh,h Q 44.4 ,.N4h - Q y , ' f ,W . ,, g ' 5 'fl .. .4 'sw 1226551 "lr . f'?cf""?,ffc21afI ,' v v ' ff I ' , sf ff -gi, I ,Q ,, "'-If 1 'B N aw i' H 'P if 1- " ' , 'gg-T.5,pf iii 3, y Q V 5, 4 Tfivvi " ,ggw,Qj','z11f 2 ' .fin - . - ' , f , , , ' fl N iff ?'lS?Qt?ff'32 C' ' ' H " if is P - l -, ,- w - ,. A 1.19 4"""3 Q gras 49" 5 45231, if ,ff 52 Scott Anthony Marroquin, "lips, Mouse", "Lucan", "Marrokeen," "Scottie", "Hey Dude", Antonian 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, All-District Hon-mention Track 1, Baseball 4, Choir 4, Bonfire Com- mittee 4, Hall decorating committee, Home- coming committee 3, 4, Award of Excellence Business, Aceounting,- 3, Achievement Awards: World History, American History, Distinguished American High School Stu- dents, Who's Who Among American High School Students, U.T.S.A. Business adminis- tration, C.P.A., "Who says Lone Star can't replace orange juice and coffee to wake you up in the morning" David Anthony Martinez, "Starsky", Antonian-Joumalism 3 Activities Editor. Honorable Mention, Senior Year, St. Mary's University or U.T.S.A. Know that even though life can seem difficult at times that you can still find peace and solitude within yourself, and then rise and start again. J im W. McKinley, "Mac", Basketball 2, 3, 4, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, American History, U.'l'. Austin, Art, Com- mercial Art Ruben Melia, "Hurricane", Basketball-l, 2, 3, 4, Track-1, Coll-3, 4, National Honor Society-3, Presi- dent, NHS, 4, NHS-3, 4, Award ol' Excel- lence, Algebra I, Biology l, Histology, Eng- lish l 8 ll, World History, Who's Who, Soci- ety of American High School Students, Model United Nations Highest Honors, Freshman 8: Sophomore, Honor roll, ,lunior 8 Senior, Valedictorian. UT Austin, Engi- neering, Aerospace Engineering. "lf you have the will 8: desire to succeed, you will succeed." William Daniel Meskill, "Meskin", "Caveman", "Spurs", "B-B-B- Billy", Antonian-1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball-l, Bonfire Committee-4, Executive Board-Stu- dent Council-4, Freshman Class Representa- tive, Homecoming Committee-4, Spanish Club-l, 2, Senior Choir, Algebra Honors, Spanish I and ll Honors, Who's Who Among American High School Students, Honor roll- l, 2, 3, Society of Distinguished American High School Students. UT Austin, Comput- ing Science or Electrical Engineer, N.A.S.A., "Where's my Mustang?" Brock Edward Miller, , "Jock", "Burger", "Uncle Jelly Bean", "Backfield", "Dr. Doom", Antonian-1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Football, Varsity Football-2, 3, 4, N.H.S., Freshman Class President, Junior Class Vice-Pres., Student Council Exec. Board Vice-Pres., Honor Boll-l, 4, Liturgy Committee-3, 4, Spanish Club-2, Weightlift- ing Club-2, 3, 4, Choir-4, Prom Committee- 3, Homecoming Committee-4, Band-l, Fel- lowship of Christian Athletes-4, Track-4, Excellence in English Award-3, Varsity Football Captain, Texas A8zM, Architectural lCivic Engineering, Engineering, Saying: "Jelly Bean Little Girl?" 1 ' as i v A: . ' .Q f?11f,ag.,,1w 4, 4 I-,,-ggfgfz 1- wif A . -wg,M':f:, We 122255 ., ,V if A- w ' . W ' s sg ixr, I ,V Q '- 92 , , A , M-, iiqxygigik I ,W Wg, .2 is WELL w-We Q Ji Q ,bf 55:5 was N333 , fi, 0 David N. Moeller, "Man:-mer", Antonian l, 2, 3, 43 Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3g Watcrski team l, 2, 3, 43 Lone Star Fishing Club l, 2, 3, 43 llunlers ol Antonian I, 2, 3, fl, All-District Football 2, 3, 4, All-State Football 'lg Pres. Walerski Team 3, 4, President lluntcr Club fl-3 Foot- ball Tcam Captain 4-3 Bonfire lg P.W. Club, Texas ASM, Wildlife Management, "Cust La Vie" James Buck Montafio, "Buckie", Undecided, "You won't bc able to wind your lingers in my long golden hair. Ralph Morin, "Baby Hulk", ,IV Football, Track-lg U of Houston, Biology, Pharmacist, "lley!! Lut's go to Chez ,Ioey's." WA 35, Q M? 4 ll it E 4 7 ,,,,yaw if i W, 5 Q 5 , t 'K as Ng, D gif f , ' 3 va, x :wi L, A' ahh: ' M. g 2?-fa 332 Q My if W kr sf. E Y M 2 was , ,N - R W w a 5 E25 r 1 W l , W Q21 2 'S ,f af Y 27 f W 1 ,z , 4 , R 1 fl? '-xl' Lie. , ,Nik ,mx jfypgif .3 wg lwfqfif x W ,, N, W it ,s v w v A25 XX If ui., af, 1 iw 'rf X 'lk 4 Q awzfff 3' 14 f .f 3, th L X A f 339 -me ' Q My f' 1 wx? 32 9 ng . ,, ,, A T wa. l..' W ff? rf 'B' I 5' 4 Za I n 1? i 1. rf P, Wim! , . al-1-iii: . we 3 H-'N S i' 1 523 44, I wr' 'N C . ' v - . , I L L,,LLqL X 'N ,. ' ,nz gf J gr Michael Patrick Naughton, "Roscoe", Antonian-l, 2, 3, 4, Cross Coun- try-lg Track-2, 33 Bonfire 4-3 SAC or ASM, Fire Science, Fireman, Med-Tecg "Be there be square." John Patrick 0'Connell, "Spaceman", "Buddha", "Big john", Fool- lrall-l, 2, 33 Track-l, 23 Bonfire-4-3 Home- room Rep-33 Prom-33 Homecoming-4-g ASM, Liberal Arts, law: "Take life one day at a lime." Michael James O'Connell, "Mongie", "Mango", "0'CombaI", "Mon- giechapslickv, "Zukie", "Lumberjack", "Wolfman", "Savage", Anlonian-1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball-1, 2, 3, 45 Track-l, 2, 3, 4-3 Cross Country-3, 43 Football-l, 2, Sludenl Coun- cil-2, 3, 43 Mass Committee-43 Bonfire-4-3 Senior Yell Leader-43 NROTC-1, 23 Home- coming 4g Sec-Treas 3, 4-5 Texas ASIM, Fish- eries 8r Wildlife Science, "Call me Mike- not 0'Connell" X L M W 5 -' s Q . T is I D g fem, www? ,. fix ' M A X 4 L f . F if L I Joe 0'Shea, "Platohead", "Irish Wonder", "Cumby", Autouian 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 4, Newspa- per l, 2, 3, 4, History Club 4-, Yearbook Edi- tor 4, Homecoming Committee 4-, Rodeo Club 3, 4-, Bonfire Committee 4, Spirit Award 2, St.'Gregory's College, Notre Dame, Texas A8zM. "God only' knows and some- times He wonders." Timothy J. Packard, "Hack", "Tigger", Soccer 1, 2, 4, Basket- ball 3, Golf 2, 3, 4-, Basketball Trainer 4, Key Club 4-, Drama Club 1, 2, 4, N.H.S. 4-, ROTC 1, 2, Science Fair Award, Meteorolog- ical Award, Honor Roll, N.E.D.T. Awards, Honors English, Geology, Typing, All-City, All-District 81 All-State Awards in Varsity Sports, Drama Awards, Texas A8zM, Petro- leum Engineering. "Long live the Apple Dumpling Gang." Timothy Perez, Football, Track, Award in American His- tory, Texas ARM, Aviation, Pilot, "Pie" Chris Reyes, "Skinner", ' Batman", Antonian l, 2, 3, 43 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4-3 Football 2, 3, 43 Ski team l, 3, 4g Rodeo club 3, 43 W.D.F.A. 4g Bon- fire club 43 U.T.S.A., St. Phillips. "Iranians K the Shah, anyplace but Texas", "Which way to the beach", "Later days", "Drunk again" Robert William Rieman, "R.R.", ",lailbird", "Seaman Riemann, "Relry", Antonian l, 2, 3, 43 Football lg Football photography 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 33 Soccer l, 3g Dungeons and Dragons 43 ll.0.T.C. l, 2g Drill Team lg Color Guard 23 Rifle Team 23 All Regional Bandsman 2, 33 Stephen F. Austing Geologyg Petroleum Exploration3 "Keep your feel on the ground and keep reaching for the stars." Thomas Rocha III, "Tony Minaro", "Tome", Newspaper 3, 43 Yearbook 43 Senior Mass Committe3 Fool- ball l, 2, 33 Track l, 43 Bonfire 43 Home- coming 43 Senior Choirg UT Austin, Law, Attomey, "No lake Jake, Playdo Head." 'L ' f. E34 QQ'-imwf ,. , 3 ' 1 , A we -vL. nom, Qizifl wwf Y 1 f 14-., M 1-+1,, ff - 1 5,2 -if f- ,, 11' V , ' 1 12 ' I V 4 55 " 3 Q ff, . H, ., V, f ---,.., er . , ff f M 4 Yi K , Magik ,Y-:Q S' Q 'W ,vw Q, W , wi. .X ,F W3 jf aw fa, cg lx fx Z , . F ,635 Q if ,EZ W Z, ,- . gf ff Ai f, .fi 5 Au s av 4 E .gs J l if f ff ef 1 3 I ,.f" eggs K 25 Wai an MIAMP ea aye 9 'af , ,M-'K' 1 fs" vw ' L21 gf.-,V ' , 3 I I ' ,.... , ,Q I , x Q Kevin Marshall Sadler, "Sarnall Madler, Reldas Llahsram Nivel"3 Basketball-lg NJROTC-lg Sports Editor Smoke Signal-33 News Editor-4-3 Assistant Editor Warrior-45 Certificate of achievement Histology-23 Award of Excellence English IV-43 Certificate of Achievement French Il- 2g National Merit Program Commended Stu- dent-4-, NEDT Certificate of achievement-lg Highest Honors-lg Honor Roll-2, 3, 45 Nom- inated to U.S. Naval Academy, Semi-Finalist Minnie S. Piper Scholarship, U.S. Naval Academy, SMU, University of Houston, UT at Austin, Nuclear Engineeringg "Gimmie a Break, I don't 'gotta' do nothing!" Jude Sandoval, "Sweetness", Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4-3 Track lg Captain of Basketball Team, SAC, Physical Education, Coaching, "I didn't take it Coach!" Scott Mark Schreiber, "Cowboy", "Schreiber", "Double X's" Pres.g Rodeo Club 3, 4, Double X's-43 Lone Star Bass Fishing Club 3, 4-g Trail Blazing 3, 43 Hunters Club 3, 4-3 SWTSU, ARM, Agri- culture, Veterinarian, Rancher, Professional Rodeo Cowboy, "Retreeeat!", "Crab for all the gusto she's got!" N! 15.6 7 ,QQ . Paul Spana, Antonian l, 2, 3, 43 Artist Michael Vincent Stovall, "Space Cadet", "Bum", "Meskin"g Football l, 25 Soccer l, 3, 43 Cross Country 3, 4-3 Sen- ior Class President, Bonfire Committeer, Soc- cer Team Captain 4g Homecoming Commit- tee, Yell Leader 43 Antonian l, 2, 3, 45 Hon- ors 8x llighest llonors l, 23 Texas A8cMg Mechanical Engineer, Engine Designingg "GET OUT OF MY I"ACE!!" Patrick Wayne Tilton, "Copper"g "Patwick"g Football l, 2, 3, 4- Banana Eating 4-3 "Co trailblazing, King of the Trail" 4 iw ,W 1, f L 5' C ,A A, Iffmkfz 28? if Mi if ww wiii it 5 if 'fi' 32259: "" ,1'5i?1fi5f:'2 "W Y A ,Q-pf? X , it ,, , ff F f Q32 A X Q K gn fl R PA. ,-3 f 4. ,, 4 If nuff? ..,,fE,g,,f1 Y w , ,fm :W if 54 I NW Hg X7 N, if wry A, A 3 y 5 if , at, 4. wg fmfj M5 We 2 , wi reef V WN3.. ,., , . ggrilf: Q H :.. H+, , " h is ww I .fm , W - . "1- I - ?':: - iz" H ' '- gs' --f 1 1724 w.f4e:f: ' 4,-it - at , .- ,fwgsg , , .. --,:aA, U , 1-A i , .K 1 , J ii 1 ,fa . s Q 7-mm n: Q Q f 5 si 5 W . Q ,R L I 4-5 . ,. , f L 5, a . 1, 4, My aa ww A j 4 W t, gt i - - W. , ivrfsj ft! William Underwood, "Bloke"g "Limey"g "Underwear"g Univer- sity of Dallasg Antonian-4-g "Kick me the bloody ball!", "Tea Time." John Eric Urbanek, "Rush,'g "Icabog"5 University of Austing Computer Electroniesg "I'll see you in the next world, and don't be late." "Freedom of the soul, Pass it on to young or old!" Donald Voltz, "Junior"g Antonian 3, 43 Football 3, 45 Bon- fire Committeeg All-District, City, State Bass nsh Champion 3, 4-5 Lone Star School of Fishingg Northwood Business lnstituteg Dealership Management, Car Dealerg "That's uncool dude, totally!" Mark Weiss, "Weisto"g Antonian 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council Treas. 43 Football Trainer 1, 2, National Honor Soeietyg University Denver, Business Administration, Real Estate Execu- tive, "You only go around life once so live and use it for all it's worth." Mark L. Woepper, "Whopper"g Track lg Basketball 1, 2, 33 UTSAQ 'fNo problem." Jay Ybarbo, "Chucko", "J-Bird", Basketball lg Anto- nian 1, 2, 3, 4-g Rifle team lg St. Mary's Uni- versity, Business, Bankingg "Everyone should have a golden tan!" ff 3 -: - Us , . ,xy . Q- fa . '-5""f'5515if. 'L 754' ' lift. - f ' My , ,, fi, ' wezvs. -7 af - 3 is 1, -. - ,Q L 1 9... Zag.,-,:3.Lz'.1j-' 'via - - f iff 4 fi f :' -. , ttt, t t - .- ' I 4 ,A X,-g , r""',' 534157 i' 'Tgnwj '- wx' 4 fn,LgQ,fi1:Fff+'3: :g i-if L" ef? -' as ' aw? "1 . fsivfs, H , . 2 vi is ' -, , Ye :ij " ' ifillf'-"13.. ' I ' I1 if 'E -if K- 1 3 'wp - Q , 'iv QI 1 I .4 w fm- V555 Wxxx. I g 1 5 . Q W f xg A :im AW L. - - .. -4.2 Xt? 4 .4 'N V M 5' ig 349 X ' M. 2 .nf .M Q I, wi in x , 21 ' 4 ar slr I,g y'fE"l' Q3 ,X if ff ORGANIZATIONS Cheerleaders Lead ehool .af Varsity Cheerleaders: Tricia Camacho, Karen Holzman, Karen King, Becky Bames, Lisa Shroader, and Julie Petro. ,fffff J.V. Cheerleaders: Cindy Flores, Cathy Turner, Ann Ahr, Lisa McGrath, Holly Herrington, and Gracie Tandre. We wish to thank these girls who did a terrific job of cheering and leading the Antonian student body in spirit and pride. Z Histor lub Represents Antonian The History Club represented different countries during United Nations day at Trinity University. In this, each participant received a better understanding of the country they were representing. The club also participated in the T.P.S.A.R. tournament at the University of Dallas. In the first round, Antonian defeated Sacred Heart of Dallas. Antonian did not fare as well against the Cistercian of Dallas, who was the eventual champion. " 'W' if 'N ' 'N , W- 'T - D". 3 i 2 of 1 I 'iw . ,If . V px 1.4. Qt-in .P -'rf C y lzffffif, V" ffseief. 2 ' 3' 1' 4 Effie, ' WI y vp ff' Members Include Q from left to nghtj Tim Connolly David F razler Tom Butler, Gary McBee, Greg Schoonover, and J oe 0'Shea. Warrior Staff 'R rr "". 1 R Y r Staff members include Q from left to rightj Tom Connelly, Tim Banowsky, Roger Estrada, Tim Packard, Tom Rocha, Paul Wehage, Ernie Ruiz, J oe O'Shea, and Brenden Fall. Not pictured are Raul Cobarrubias, Tim Connolly, Charles DeWitt, Marshall Sadler, and William Underwood. Mr. Jem Zitelman, Advisor Q also not picturedj. TAFF Editor ......... .... ..... J 0 e 0'Shea Assistant Editor ..... .... T im Banowsky Business Manager . . . ..... Brenden Fall Photographer ..... .... T om Connelly Organizations . . . ..... Ernie Ruiz Classes ...... .... T im Banowsky Art ........ .... R oger Estrada Activities ............................................ Tim Packard Sports .............................................. Paul Wehage Staff workers . . Charles Dewitt, Raul Cobarruhias, Tim Connolly, Marshall Sadler, and Tom Rocha. 66 Fellowship Df The Dragons First row: Jem Zitelman, moderator: second row: David Acosta, Darkseidg Robert Rush, Elendilg Tom Humes, Raphelong Paul Crow, Feanorg Bill Yetman, Zalor. third row: Ed Brown, Landerg Andy White, DM3 Arnold Cardenas, Lithscading Christopher Lee, Vladg fourth row: Rick Samhucini, Dungeon Masterg Mitch Hughes, Amerag James Holcombe, Manweg Arthur Carvajal, Angstrom: Paul Shaner, Palantirg Paul Wehage, Vedeng William Underwood, Palomarg and Greg Schonnover, Dungeon Master. moke i nal The Antonian Newspaper otherwise known as the "Smoke Signalu has successfully completed another year of informing the students of its daily news hap- penings. This year's staff was diligently sponsored by Mr. Jem Zitelman. Working on the 1979-1980 newspa- per staff were: Editor, Charles DeWitt, Assistant Editor, Tim Connolly, Business Manager, Brenden Fall, News Editor, Marshall Sadler, Photographers, Tim Banowsky, Tom Connelly, and Ernest Ruizg Reporters, Roger Estrada, Tom Rocha, Joe 0,Shea, William Underwood, Tim Packard, and Raul Cobar- rubias. QU iWf3f,y ffsftsme Members of the Key Club include Q from left to rightj Rudy Hernandez, Mike Garlitz, Brother Xavier Kestler Q Advisory, Steve Greco, Art Guerra Mike Flores, and Javier Oliva. Key Club Aids Local Communit The Key Club had a very successful year. The club was headed by President, Steve Greco and Vice-President Rudy Hernandez. The Key Club worked closely with the Almos Kiwana Club. The club held food drives and toy drives dur- ing Thanksgiving and Christmas to help those in need. They also helped raise a great deal of money for the Association of Retarded Citizens. 15 Brother Xavier Q "Xml Kestler, Key Club Moderator FRISBE Q Fri bee Club Timothy Packard, Joe O'Shea, Tom Rocha, Rick Bueno, Trey Berryhill, Ernie Ruiz, Brendon Fall, Steve Humes, Mark Copeland, Paul Rockwood, Peter Rockwood, Tim 0'Brien, Alfred Alonso, Henry Corigoitia, Andrew White, Kevin Payne, David Olivares, Pablo DeA1-kos, Mike Arellano, Eric Mesloney, James Rowe. Advisor: Mr. J em Zitelman E152 A 1 -4 3 4' Trey Berryhill, co-ordinator Ei 0 me Eu ,gi 25 is-S' E: at 'J 53 :E Ee e ii Em QE if lg.- 30 :fi C ,qnwa Eva L -1 ,Q Eg Ei UE Sf: E as f.-I rl' '54 :J g... O U as E .-.Vx It 'ff' v Uyfi 0 'Q i"i f'? ,x fy m Wig! .,f 5-1 93 iv 76 Y ' fm- f s I 1 ,Q 1 1 4. 4 1 1 , -Q, r O .Eng E? 'fx .515 ' QQ '- re: A 522 V ,J -is vt' 3? ' JI 'UH M5 EE Q.: 0 SEE ,' 3 EE 'P P W .25 if-E' It I.: ' Si.- .:2' 2:34 .Q 5 E- sim ' El' .- ,Q ea X Q 351 is -Sm Q 4 E-gig .M ,o-. ,-. :SQ W- tial 'Us' W 'O' .fu UX. Wm V' ' s ' 1 2 Y 'V ii-f?'.: L1 . i I Q -2 3 E I' r i l I 5 i i -K pf,-,.3 ,,,,,,Mggg- 53 wi-f,E,,gn,,g::,g:1g:q,y2 gmssifweii-:im l l I l li-l l l SEC TWIFZLEP MISSY ANDERSON , TWIRLEP 3 MIRIAM DILLARO ,i ' N ' A . ,fit I X t 1 X vb' f -k . . 1 " lf! Q53 Q' V Q 'Ag ,-if jf. ROLAND BEN!-WIDES ? DANNY CAFSON I JIMMY QASTILLO ,K-" In a wr' qw I' - ' zh f, 'A T - , 'fr ,af ' ' JQFQ . ' F - ,, '45 r. R wil ,I zu ri' I I f Aff . I jg b , if - s is, f,,' N L , Q Ig 1 I ,if I l A 4 L,... . , ,S 5 k I v ' V .- if- A - i . ,- ' -. If. f I 1 - H ii ii 1 N4-54" ix, 3' ' f ,Q f Q. Q' 'I' 4 ' - , . , V u 1 Ve- ' w.-'ahgvf' f"f:' :I T ' - ', ,' -I - - 1 I .Eur xr'-..':, " ".f" ' f I ' ' " JENNIFER DAVID CLAY UOOLEY I CHRISTINA ESCOBEDO ,, fe u Iki i f I .fix kkhh I .Li 7 I - I I f f I +45 wan N1 ' i K -6 N N 4 f N' . . I I I 11-IKIHXTITII H M 1 feng n W- an o WW 2 ,Y W Md, wang, it , aurer: 1 Backy ard Bene-he, AV ,WW I 4 2 . gf we no Th f arf ,, QDIES'-USGA if v XX w x P uns-iuiwmg lh 1' n 'i ' M - Af- K, ,P Aidlilii' UWM ,WWW 3 B M Q 1 1 I Q Front, Tony Hernandez, Viva--Pri-side-nl: Edrick Alviso, Svr!Tr4-asurc-rg John Pozi 3 f mf, ...L 4 fr' V V, 3 3 i wh, , . W :W A Y U , ,.., 2 M , EQTNMM wg, f s e X A "1 From left to Ahf, Presifienl I . 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Has A Good tart The ,lunlor Varsity Soccer team had an adequate season They played several tough teams and flnlshed the season wlth a record of one Wlll one txe and two losses It was not a bad season for our young soccer program Team Clark TM Clark TMI Score Result 6-1 RESULT: 1-1-2 Wm Lost Tre Lost Qi f -1: V f, SK M 'ngx l 5 S, af 1 .. , , .. J -.: A . .,, 'S ' y xr 4 V W K ' -M VRJHAVQ -- 5 , A ' fa fi ' 6 H! 2 W A M A , Q. i - 9 11 gg Robert m w Es C1 P:-.1 ,L L... Qs. C? inf. we x -I eu i' , 53 , 5 Q 5 :- I P A 4 v 12 ef 'M 4 wi 5 1. Y s 'N 5 1 , F' ' x . , Q. K 5 A ,: : ,- , ., ' f -' ,, Q i... : - K. 3 4 N . v E.: Eg 9,9 ...v gv ,I- Ni if: 3: 'E- g.: .: c.: -qi .5415 2.: :': Q. :E 3.1 3.2 116 -1 .r LL :ZS 11... . I. 2.2 -E.: - :1 Ns s :F :sv AJ 1.55 1- --L 'E i: :E :J .LE Tv ..: 5:-1 -72 A47 'V :.- QV! -- L.: Rick Solis watches the grass gro Soccer Team Practices- Participates- Practices . . l 4 X . . :sid P 2 Q Ava . . 1 ' ' Aff, 5 -ae , H. 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""i"g , ,fr , . ,w YT K 90 gi 'yawn asf ,C J I -K J 41- 5 M gi : , gglgn :f."'C-,563 1 .'.-.Q wr 4' , 4. ,car-. .4115-wr, .. .1 y mi A , . i N ,L ,fran I 4 52 A Q' v 5 A "' n i x ' 1 ,xr in 2 f 1 , 6 , Y x A Q 4 .P 6 Q5 s 8 ,i 3... if Coach Esparza Coach Ebner Q In Splte Of Ram, Tornadoes Tlmers D3Vld Aguxlar Carlos Abundls Tom Rocha Eddle Hernandez -va 1' -,LA I :W'l7.2'T?f'S?W5iq i'?f29 I F'?!"'3RJ'9v VJr'4l .. . ' ,, . . ' - .,!Q4,5,,f The Junior Varsity team had a lot of problems this year. Beset with injuries and personnel problems, they were only able to play to a record of 1-10. But, they deserve credit for trying and giving representation of Antonian. ' l -... .f- "'r1'7,.g.-.Q-5. -. w Meg:-, - ,,4, V if :-fu. ,Q-L1j": . Q jf v77.'ff"15,""'3' TQ'-S'L":,2r'O'-T 1' fl, ski Pifqffg' f -,Q ,,, A . , - ,. 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L . wp. fe ., Amp . , -'-x1"U:""','-'Dil F,5.Q'.i5:,f' A11 iL',U - "-, mg, Lf. '- ', - '- Qs gy' ..t'1-.4 . 4--V ifff-'QQY u,iFsss-.swf--1'-5 1 1-1:1 . '7 r . Ui'-3 , A '--.LIN Tv "ff-' ' - L -i""A T-1.3-5.",T'f-FZ-'r -:Ku 4 5 ecv- .. - +V 3-gr ' h. 3 -" 1' ."-, . nf- L ' ' - 'A -- xt, I ' 1fw.u.4' ,,-7 . .- . QA g Nfklit, 54 yjglg, . E -:Q V A '25, -QQ J- , ' F'-jifj-!"j-::'2'-. F' A is , . , ' . r X ' I ,9 -' ' -Is ." A - L "' 5. ,..,3 q . . -My J-41. -1-W - '-152+ -Q .gwfa ' i X l-4, H, QQ. H.. ,,, .W , l "-"" -Cgfffi f7fin"""i5'l?S 'T -ha, ,, r,,j'Qrg- J-3 Y-- - D :sit-.aim "" - . K . ' .ohnuw 1 1 W l I' xx ' K Q X 5-3' . ww -,----1:r"Y'-4 , f, 1 , ..- Q The Varsity Baseball team had a rather dis- appointing season this year. Because of inju- ries, the team was always short many of their better players. They also had an extremely dif- ficult schedule. All of this led to a record of 2- 23. 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T' , ,, , . . 5 ' Q if 3 ' 4 4.15, . A Iiwffilifi ,fmx Coacwudy Bernal. Do!ch, Brother Anthony, Fron 3 ike -LM xi ma I 9? 'Q 1 E R 3 Lf. C .E L I d c il .. 2 . L! o. 'E E u C e .- win -055' x . .... ,.,b . V i .9 W . .': .i H n nnnn in n I 1 Q 5 I 'W S , Aykiy 'ix , ,.. .. Sa 5 W Q I 1 4 an I -I : 1 4 L .L + . .i . If -E, Opponent Churchill Southslde South San Southside East Central East Central St Albert s Healy Murphy Southwest Southside Pleasanton Randolph Southside South San Randolph St. Cerard's Central Holy Cross St. Gerard's Central Holy Cross St. Gerard's Central Holy Cross Score 89 34 72 39 69 61 43 39 66 46 103 19 77 52 63 49 66 57 61 43 50-48 64 52 74 35 53-42 67-66 69-62 67-63 71-64 61-44 70-50 63-55 69-63 45-44 Result Lost Won Won Lost Won Won Won Lost Lost Won Won Lost Won Lost Won Won Won Won Won Lost Won Won Lost Lost J.V. Cagers Clinch Consolatlon The Junior Varsity team had an excellent year, as is evident in their fine record. After meeting some tough teams, they ended the regular season with a record of 9-6 and pro- ceeded to the District play-offs. There, they won their first four games but were met with a number of disheartening losses and had to set- tle for runner-up in the Consolation champi- onships. They ended the season with a record of 15- 9. Next year's crop of Varsity players proved that they have the potential to be a champion- ship team. X 1 me 32 5 3:4 iw? , A. A T5 Q gf' i V 5 is 5 1 V f ' n y yeec , l,, Muffy! , g V, ,.f ,V is -,"-', ic. r H I' fr e l-1 .. .Q .--.f..., M W H 1, i , -A - zgw i k W ,,.,,, L, , a , ww wg K ,,,z:, 1- -IMQM, yx.7,?2,E-xg -1-0 mqq K1 'fifzff A . as A, M. . E , . 3 , ,.., J ,X A 3 ii ' 1: 5 -- , ,Nix ,ff , , Q ' rj N ,S Xxx 'J N X , 'X X Q ' If .' .gm yy , Q5 N ' gg 5 'X a J 59 Li'--1L .N ,, gig N f 1 ,323 , 4 1 -uv B-Ballers Have Good Season The basketball team played well this year with a season record of slightly under .500. Besides this fine effort, they also had a number of other accomplishments. The team played to a second place showing in the eight-team Canyon Tournament. The Apaches' record in the Southside Tourna- ment was good enough for a first place in the Consolation round. The team ended the year with a 2-7 record. With seven Seniors going on to bigger things, there will be a big hole to fill. But with five returning under- classmen and many players coming up from the Junior Varsity team, the future looks bright. Team Played Churchill Southside Southwest East Central Fredrlcksburg New Braunfels St Gerard s South San Central Southwest Holy Cross Randolph South San Southside Randolph St. Cerard's Central Holy Cross St. Gerard's Central Holy Cross St. Cerard's Central Holy Cross Result Lost Won Lost Won Won Won Lost Won Lost Lost Won Won Lost Won Won Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Won Lost Lost Won Season Record: 11-12 22 Score 62 58 96 46 71 61 63 53 63 52 63 52 62 46 67 61 68 50 80 66 66-65 70-33 67-61 85-51 59-51 63-51 72-40 69-68 80-62 65-45 55-54 64-62 81-59 64-60 fTop leftj Doug Henry starts game with a jump to the start. fTop Righty Mike Farias is blocked by Central while going for a shot. Q Rightj The Apaches put it in. 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They U y Q A ' L' ,,,..A' .6 use A 1 managed to end the season with a record of 4- . .g , Ie ii'es eiii 3' 'V' WW g 1 4, playing against a number of excellent W: 1 V - - in Q A J ' iiii teams. Tom0rrow's Varsity players morepthan 1. .1 . fs!! V.. '- proved themselves today. 2- .sf-73" ' 7' ar if"f'?F V' 1 6' -'iffjxg :f'15E4'- -as - - 'tra ' 31, ,, 1 -'---vvrw 1 1" 1 ,.. . -I .--P' 1. -Iva-"' '54 if-2 ' aazizxflfii. ,Z J Football Scores 4- Team Result Score Randolf Won 6-0 " Cole Won 23-0 Madison Lost 18-7 Fredricksburg Lost 7-2 Floresville Won 8-6 Bandera Lost 18-6 Southwest Lost 23-18 Marshall Won 18-0 10 'L' , r H 3? Y Kp, K' fd- vu .. M- M wp , W1 . V -N QQ 1 , 5555. 5 - .jx if , fy - . 'f'a3rf, E535 NN .gf,,v . rg 24 5 'gi' ,c- ' Q ,.'1.l21f' . . ,, .Q WZ' - , - :L X 4. 4 ., 6,44 . 4 . ,4, QM Q. ., , . IQ! 5, .V QF' 3- I. 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"2 - ' f . , fffx-Vw 4L .24 . 4i?4Y4, ,, H... 4?i.,,.E gif 4 Jia' 1QE.sw . . 5 Q. 'f -Q A I aff? ' - 71' A ' 4 -im . 2- -- . ig, 4,.,,.Js . E4 Q 4 N4 4,.+4gf4v4A. 4 41 444, fx 4 4 ,,,, f ,Q:'- ..f,. TA.-T 'ax ,gg4 " Q. A f 2.4 .2 f 1. k ' ' '1fff311'gf1S1,5? -49' :Eva A f A-' ,. I ,W ,na-. N Team Randolf Cole Madison Kerrville Floresville Bandera Southwest St. Gerards Central Holy Cross 1. Result Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Score 67-61 21-20 47-12 33-0 21-7 19-12 21-13 49-19 49-6 17-7 Results: 0-10 . . .N - X' 1 s 5 'NW Q5 f The football team had a rather disappointing season this year. Antonian was hit with a tough schedule and repeatedly came up short on the scoreboard. They were beset with many problems, including the resignation of their head coach shortly before the district play-offs. Although there were many close games, the team finished the season with a 0-10 record. But, with a new crop of underclassmen coming up to join the ranks of the Var- sity, the future looks bright. U! ' ysi c a 3 S 1 . a ' . 4 J , V 4: 3' '41 fi S f s A A i vm 1 I nm, 355- .,,,,, V 4 fi h T12 f Y. I?Qg jg. 3 ' 1 , .E 1 1 A , lui-ramen:e:.w:m-assumeR-,ufamx.'-:rmwww:wv'sm.z'4aGM-meE4vzevzsergs-ufaveazazmmwmz-yx9:.we u12of,241m: r.wfs-31za?1z:z::5eva2ara c:v3:2x:s.vr.: ti2.1mmmw,xmf.aL!zaum:Aw-1J:4fc'4r411':'i::n::1..wa mayrerzwawf-r-:,i:ecar5n:xsrva-11fsa::f:2 :amwmmnwwas-xx:w:1:a1fe.wma'2a f,u7:w,: im-am 9 fl slr I,g It 41' 'Kal' Qfgmfd? If if ACTIVITIES 1 2 - rr. S9 1 L. J"'ff K Q mag! 'H Q uv? 3,000'mile round trip to Florida ntonian ARR ? rr . rrm 5.1 . . L Loading . . . V Silver Springs Concert . . . Participates In Disney World, Main Street Parade at1 nal Co lun erary ANTONION HIGH SCHOOL BAND FLORIDA TRIP SUGGESTED ITINERARY PCULIO WEDNESDA Y APRIL 16 1980 9iJOA.M. Leave San Antonio Lunch llloustonl and dinner llalep elle. Louxianal en roule on your own TIIIWSDAY APRIL 17 1980 910 A.M. 10:30 A.M. 6111 P.M. 'HD P.M. 8:30 P.M. FRIDAY APRIL 18, 1980 8:WA.M. 8:45 A.M. 11:15 A.M. 1231! NOON 1:lXJP.M. TMJ P.M. 8:30 P.M. 9111 P.M. Breakfast enroute lMohil. Alabamal on your own Arrive Silver Springs Concert at Silver Springs TnurSiIver Springs ' Glas Bottom Boats. .lungle Cniise. 1-lr. Lunch on your own Bar-B-Q at Silver Springs Leave for Orlando Arrive Orlando Marriott lnn 1305 351-2420 check in. unpack, rehearsal. hil the pool Breakfast at llfllfl Bus to Walt Disney World-Back stage you will be briefed by the Disney people given tickets and led into the park Retum backstage-dress lor parade PARADE-MAIN STREET. U.S.A.-DISNEY WORLD Retum to park in casual clothes Lunch and dinner on your own Bus to hotel Poolside Pina and Coke Party Rehearsal SATURDA Y, APRIL I 9 1980 7:45 A.M. 8:45 A.M. 9:20 A.M. MMD A.M. 1045 A.M. lim A.M. Srlll P.M. 7:30 P.M. 8-1190 P.M. 11:15 P.M. swvm Y. April zo, 980 ooo AM. mo A.M. .mo P.M. ' Sill P.M. Q HONDA Y, APRIL 21, 1980 1 ' sm PM. Breakfast al the hotel Bus to West Orange High School Wa rm U p Competition-National Contest Group Photo Bus to Sea World Lunch on your own Bus to Wet 'n Wild Bar-BQ at Wet 'n Wild Awards Ceremony ' Disco Bus to hotel Breakfast al the hotel Pack and load busses. check out Bus to .letty Park Beach swim, surf. sunbathe, frisbees, etc, Bar-BQ at the beach Leave for home lplaslic bags pro- vided for Wei swim suits and towelsl Breakfast and lunch enroute on your own Arrive in San Antonio I .L -,. Packed, ready to go i NS- ,-N-xw , , - . .,t. -Iuka R-, r- s' l it w Q' 1 - X- I Al 4 I U l U if , u M ,Q 'Z 'N - - Y Q ik :vig ,aft f. " t , , 511 ' ' . 1' 1' x 51' 1 '- . , k I , , I Y f I 1? Q , f ' Q ! " 4, X. 1 a - 3 I A ,l -9 11 4 1 5 ' Q l I I M S. i 1' if Homecoming Brings Many Activities Theme: Mlmpossibie Dream" "Secret" baseball pitcher warms up before the big game. Anloman back-up squad rejonces over new tacuc play. ANTUVMN WKCKI 1.1. , M 1 -Q V Mitch Huges runs from Mr. Ebner during Spirit day activities. W1 4 ff.. Y A Q first 5 W Antonian faculty prepares to meet parents at a P.T.C. meeting Tim Perez molestes on looker to Spirit Day activities. Junior Class eyes the spirit activities closely. Y 4014, 24? 3 5 i 'F , Lg, NVJUK The Antonian Car to be raffled off drives at school. 115 Q 1 F l 1 5 1 2 t .l THE J E59 n NYU 1, vm Homecoming partiers dance the night away. 1 Belowj l AN X Q fs N ff 'JJ A xg ' if o 3 ig. K Si , f iii All smiled at the Homecoming dance. 1 Below leftj Rick Samhucicni discuses Dungeons and Dragons with his dale as Paul Shanner and "friend" look on. Y N? Q Mr. Osborn and Coach Esparza discuss new forms of dance, while Fr. Connell enjoys a cigarette and Bro. Damian drinks and drinks and drinks . . . ., in ie 'Q U 599 L of N . Homecoming band "Sereno" V entertained for the V evening. f e H T The Prom Court prepares to go on and be knighted, THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM. DRE ? Mg, SW? ini? 5 W 1,-,.....,V Aix fi Lifxzxwgym---.W Lwg. Aw ,A , .,V. . , , - wa .xl : 553-fgygh A M uf T "i 'b -15232 1 2 1 ,, ,,,sz.lM.k5:,k,, A X E mm il 5 1 fx? LIL. r fxxx wx Q f ff Xxx X fx f J' XB X, I, , 6 M' I 'I I ,lf L JJ , 'DOJ if wx W x . H We at Antonian are a community which stands proudly before our Cod. It is right that we should do this as we are a school based on the principles of Christ's teachings. There can be no better environment for one to find himself and grow to excellence, a tradition on which Antonian strives for. To offer to our Lord in every way our lives is our best achievement of that excellence, and a gift of our true selves, a human gift, a gift great- est of all. K Kg 3 5 tg Yearis Rlesses wwu -v A.. wm ll NW .3 5 S K " 'nw WW W in E . Q. X Q ' rx, li ' 56, X I . an 9' A Q q rl Z .. H X 3 . i 4- 3. -LQ' 'w'V ' a:alEf Q ' N E 1 q 4 ff I fl 'f' k . fs 4 Say, Ugly Maybe if I keep my head down and my shirt unbottoned he won't that I have my book on my desk I hope I can finish this test in a hurry so I can go back to sleep N1 F aenlty watches students reeeive awards Honors, Day Ceremon . . . 46 Award d Grammar I Grammar II Sp. 2 Aee. Algebra I Geometry Aee. Geometry Acc. Algebra 2 Algdrra 2 Saior Math Hshh Citiaenship Speech Art sqm. 3 Engels 4 lolrlaliam library World History Biology Hitology Novd Psychology lit. I Li. II land Top Award Timothy Mccirm Richard Gould Paul Shaner Chris Hayes Andy White Panl Wehage James Monlano Paul Baltos Art Carvajal Tim Packard Keith Garber Paul Shaner james Alben Charles DeWitt Thomas Granxer Richard Gould Edward Bneche Andrew White William Underwood Mark White Ed Bneche .Iohn Poui Mark Buley Honorable Mention Edward Bneche Patrick Nixon Mark Buley Paul Baltos Gary Ruiz .Ioe Rodriguez James Albers David Frazier Mike Carlin Scoll Sollreiher .Iohn Flores George Peterson .Iude Sandoval Panl Welmge .Iohn Flores Arnold Ikrdenas Todd Stillwell Joey Villarreal Craig Bower Bill Goodyear Paul Baltos Michael Lopez Names ol students receiving in Algebra I, American History, Government, Typing, Accounting, Marketing, Cxemistry and Physics were not available at the time the paper went to press. Presidential Forum Politics '80: This year Antonian students got into the swing of political jargon with a presidential forum to introduce to the stu- dents of Antonian and visiting Ursuline Academy the candidates, issues, and answers of the 1980 political scene. The forum was conducted by the History Class under the direction of Brother Anthony Ciccollela. The participants of the rally were Joe 0'Shea, Tim Connolly, Matt Baker, Gilbert Schoonover, Albert Arias, and jerry Cohn. The rally was put on for the benefit of the seniors in attendance to bring about an awareness on who the next president may well be. Freedom i peeeh Forum Brings National Attention A Freedom of Speech Forum was held at Anto- nian during the second semester. The forum was moderated by David Cruz, of KMOL T.V. Panelists includedg Nelson Wolff Jr., a former state legislator and Democratic candidate for the 21st congres- sional districtg Jan Jarboe, assistant editor for THE SAN ANTONIO LIGHTQ Doug Harlan, Professor at Trinity University and former Republican candidate for the 21st congressional districtg and Brad Messer, newscaster of KTSA-KTFM radio. The Forum was put together by Denny Ezba. It was a success and was recorded by cable television for national coverage. Fe tival 980 Involve Man z'f""w1 as W fur ?6V , X A Mrs. Weiss and Mrs. Albers prepare food MM. 8 Students gather to watch Pa! Tilton smash the car. .QELVXQ .L ., iiiif' 5 I While inclement Weather Moves Festivities Inside 'k i sf A 55' H-N 6 2555? Q ' S. RT 5 f"' if Y rf .2 uw, a t Rz A fe ggi A 3 , 5 f -if Hg. srl "" 5 f ' MW 5' " li! x- :wi Y ' mf 3' , ,,,L , .V 1 .W--1-. 2, J Tp , : ry fgrvrly 2,w . ' may , ' Q I' V' 'J' 9 we Q if U Q V V ' 9 gl M ,U 5 if :wV':.r ,",P!'rf U f,,,W if 1 1 W 'uni if n 1, WW 1 ' ' " K , 1 . " I V J- ' 1' Class president, Joe Allr, calls classmates to receive rings 0 N'-25-4-K f,am' fu 5.. r. Mr. Osborn congratulates Keith Garber 3,5-Ax I I Mr. Osborn congratulates Tim Banowsky. Z, Fr. Pesek delivers the Homoli SENIOR '81 2 .fcf .ffzcwz Spring time in San Antonio. The sights and sounds of Fiesta, Niosa, baby birdies and pretty girls. And the hint that another year at Antonian is slowly winding down. And, of course, the Junior-Senior Prom. The 1930 Prom was held at Lackland Air Force Base, in the Officers Club. The Prom is traditionally sponsored by the junior class, and again this year it turned out to be a smashing success. With music by Zapata, everyone seemed to enjoy the evening's entertainment. Karen Miller, escorted by Fred Bueche, was crowned Prom Queen of a quite beautiful Prom Court. Above: Fred, Karen, and Brother Xavier chat before pic- tures were taken. Left: Antonian talent, "Show 'em the moves, dude." .F 'K Some of the Juniors show off their dates, here Roger Estrada candids for us with his lady. Right: The 1980 Junior-Senior Prom court. Miss Donohue crowns Karen Miller Prom Queen. Below: One of many typical springtime sights, namely pretty girls. Below Right: Getting set for coro- nation time, some very exciting and nervous moments. I Another set of Junior candids . . . Rick Solis, Robert Stovall, and George Tabet with their ladies. ff 4 Baccalaureate UNITED AS ONE ". . . That one man, scorned and covered with scars, Still strove, with his last ounce of courage, To reach the unreachable . . ." -Don Quixote "Man of La Mancha" Baccalaureate, we come together once again under God as we have so many times before. Only this time there is more feeling, more pride, more emotion. As a class, we have come to know our Lord, through the good times as well as the rough. The Senior Retreat brought our awareness of that emotion to the fore-front in our lives. And now we come to thank Him for our life and times, and a job well done. 14 135 THE IMPOL k, IBLF DRE M , ?g ,A 1 L, f- ' ' - 5 HLA f jg 4 x N. Y' H. K , or V FACULTY Allen, John .........,,.. Bernal, Rudy .......... Ciccollela, Anthony . . . Connell, David ..... Dillard, Rick ,... Donohue, Nancy .,,. Ebner, Genc ..... Espana, Bobby .... Ezba, Denny ,.,.. . Fernandez, Connie Hernandez, Steve . Kestler, Xavier ..... Kondoff, Ann ,... latronico, Joe .... Maspero, Irene . . . Mazer, Barbara ..... Melvin, Damian . , Morales, Theresa . 0'Rourke, Tom .... Osbom, Philip .,.. Pesek, Tony .... Ree. Sandra , . Rogers, Regina ..,.. Stern, Barham ..,,.., Torregrossa, Margaret . . , Wells, Charles ......, Zitelman, Jem ..... STUDENTS FRESHMEN Adley, Frank .,.,.. Aguilar, Butch .... Altobelli, Marc ...,.. Arellano, Michael .,... Arias, Albert ....,,. Balido, Carlos .,.. Baltos, Paul .... Barrera, Carlos .... Bazan, James ,..... Benevides, Roland .... Bueche, Edward ..,. Cantu, Hector ..... Correa, Jeffery , , . . , Carvajal, Anthony. ,... Casarez, Gerald ,.... Qtstilla, Jose ...... Cohn, Jerry ..,.. lihbney, Eugene , . . . DeArkos, Pablo .... DuBose, David .... Diepner, Ross .... Bcobedo, Mark .,,. Estrada, Paul .,., Franklin,John . . , Frazier, David ,,.... Gamboa, Marco .... Gana, Marc .,... Graumr, Thomas . . . Gonzales, Eric ..... Gorigoitia, Raul .... Guerra, Richard .... Hayes, Christopher ,... Hernandez, Dominic ..... Hernandes, Matthew ...., Hidalgo, Anthony ..,.. Kirsch, Raymond . . . lamphear, Steve .... Laura, Joseph . . . Lee, Christopher .... 138 ....13 ..,.13 ,.....14 ,...8,13 ......14- ..,.14 .,..15 ....16 ....12 .,.,.,12 ....9,15 .....,10 ...11,16 ......16 ....11 ..,.16 ,...11 ....17 ....9,17 .....17 ..,.12 ,...18 ,..10.18 ...,18 ...20,97 .....20 .,.,.,20 .,.20,70 20,72,97 ...20.97 ......20 .....20 ....20 .....20 .,.20,74 ....,.20 ..,.21 ....,21 ...21,97 ......21 21,72,74 ....,.21 ...21,70 ....,21 .....,21 .,,21,72 21.74.97 ......21 ..,22,74 ,.,...22 ....22 ....22 ......22 ......22 ...22,74- ..,,..22 ....22 , ..... 22 ...22,97 ......23 ...23,97 ...,..23 23, 67, 72 Lutz, Louis ....... Magee, Gary ........ Martinez. Joseph ..,. McGinn, Timothy .... Mendez. Martin , . . Miller, Lawrence ..,. Moeller, Ray ...... Morris. John .,.. Moy, Gerald .,., Nesloney, Eric .... O'Brien, Michael .... O'Connell, Gregory ..,.. Paccione, Leonardo . . Pahutka. Robert ..... Pohlcr, Victor ..... Porter, Carlos ......, Richards. Michael . . . Rockwood, David .,.. Rosas, Robert ,.... Rowe, James , ..... Rowlands. Craig ,.... Salas, John ...,... Salzman, Lee ..... Schoonover, Greg , . . . Shaddock, Richard . ,,.. Solis, Carlos ........ Stevens, Richard. . . ,, Stillwell, Todd .... Tarrillion, Donald, . . . Taverini, Robert ..... Tcbeyuca, Ronald ..,, Villarreal, Claude .... Villarreal, Jerry .... , Yetman, William ........ SQPHOMORES Acosta, David ..... Albright, Paul .,... Alviso, Edric. , . . Arellano, John . . Brown, Don . . Brown, Ed .,... Qtrson, Danny .... Castillo, Hector. , Clark, Mike . . Crow, Paul . . . Dooley, Clay .,.. Dorsa, Thomas .... Engberg, Randall . . Flores, Michael .... Gam, Manuel ,... Gonzales, Albert. . . Gould, Richard ,... Herbcrg, Clifford . . Herbeck, John .... Hernandez, Anthony .... . . Hoelscher, Andrew . Holbrook, Dana . . . Holloway, Phillip . . Humes, Thomas . . , Hughes, Lee ....., Karing, Russell ,... lawrence, Michael . Leonard, Thomas . . Lopez, Michael .... Marroquin, Kevin . . Nixon, Patrick .,,. 0'Connell, Danny. . Oliva, Javier ....,. Olivares, David . , , , Payne, Kevin . . . Pettit, Manin . , . Pozzi, John ,.... Reyes, Robert ..... Rockwood, Jeff ..., Rodriguez, Steven . , Rohrbough, Gerard, Ruiz, Gary ,...... Rush, Robert ..... Sandoval, Eddie . . . Schroeder, Lance . . Smith, Joseph ..... Strauch, Philip .... Van, John ..... White, Andrew , . . . JUNIORS Ahr, Joseph ...... Alonso, Alfred .... Appelt, Joseph .... Baker, Matthew . . . Banowsky, Tim .... .,,,.23 .....23 .....23 ....23,97 .....23 .....23 ,....23 .....23 .....24 .....24 ,....24 .....24 ..,.,24 .,,.,24 ...,.24 ...,.24 .,...24 .....24 .....24 .....97 .....24 .....25 .......25 ....25,97 ....104- .....25 ...,.25 .....25 .....25 ....,25 ...,.25 .,...25 ,...,,.25 ....25,72 . . .26, 67, 72 ,26,104.106 ..,26.72,75 ..,...,.,26 .26,104-.106 ..,26,67.72 ......26,72 .....26 ...,.,.27 ....27.67 ......27,72 ......27,83 .27, 104, 106 . . .27, 69, 75 .......27 .....27 ...,.27 .......28 ,.....28,72 ..,28,72,75 28,104,106 ...28,67.72 29,104,106 ......29,72 .29,104-,106 ...29,8-3,98 29,69,75,98 ...,..29,70 .....,30,70 ......30,72 ...30,75,98 ,,.....30 30,104,106 ...30,67,72 .....31,104 ,...,.31,98 .....31,104 .31, 104, 106 31, 67, 70, 72 . . .32, 76, 98 ......32,70 ,...32,71 ..,32,66,68 Index Berryhill, Trey ..,. Bower, Gary .... Bueno, Rick .... Buley, Mark . . , . Butcher, Tom .,.. . . Butler, Tom . ,,... .. Cardenas, Arnold .... Carrola, Frank ..,. Carvajal, Arthur ..... Qmnnolly,Timothy . . . Qmpeland, Mark . . . Dawson, Greg . .,.., . DeHoyos. Michael . . . DelRose, Eric ,..,. DePena, Arturo , . . Dolch, Michael .... Estrada, Roger ,... Eubanks, Joseph ..... Fagan, Brian .... Fall, Brendan . . . Flores, John ..., Franklin, Mark .... Garber, Keith ..... Garlitz, Michael , . . Gorigoitia, Henry .... Henry, Doug ......,. Hernandez, Edward . . Hernden, John ..,,.. Holcombe, James . . Hull, Smoot ..... Humes, Steve ..... Jablonski, David , . . , , lagunas, Garry , , . . Lewis, Gary ..... Marqua, Edwin . . . McBec, Gary ......,. Moeller, Harry .... Mom, Roger .... . . 0'Brien, Timothy .... 0'Con, Ron ...,.. Peterson, George .... Pierson, Aaron . . . . Rague, Alex .,..,. Ramos, Larry ,..., . . Richardson, Paul .... Ripley, Mark ...,, Rockwood, Paul . . . Rockwood, Peter . . Rodriguez, Joseph .,., Ruiz, Ernest ......., Sambucini, Rick ..... Schoonover, Gilbert . . Shaner, Paul .....,.. Solis, Conrad ..... Solis, Richard ..... Staffel, John ,.., Stovall, Robert .... Tabct, George . . . Tuten, Jeff ..... Valadez. John . f.,. Vasquez, Richard .... Villarreal, Joey .,.. Villarreal, Robert , , . . Wehage, Paul , . . Yndo, Steve .... hvala, Paul .... SENIORS Abundis. Carlos , . . Aguilar, David .,.. Aguilar, Jorge . , . Albers, James ..... Bower, Craig ...... Bnimmett, Eugene . . . Bueche, Fred ..... Casarcz, Charles .,... Clayton, Robert , . . Clow, Doug .,..,.. Cobarrubias, Raul .... Collier, Mark . ..,. Connelly,Thomas . . . . Conrad, Jody ...,, Daeschner, John ..... Muna, Patrick ....,. DeGar1a, Christopher . DeWitt, Charles .,... Dillard, Charles ..... Dix, Charles ..,..,.. Eifler, Michael ....,. Farias, George .... Farias, Michael .... Fitzsimon, Les ..,. Flores, Edward .... .....32,70 ......2 ........70 ...,....32.71,72 ..32,65,71,104-,106 .,.,..,'.,.32.67,72 ,.,.,..33,67,71,72 ...,33,65,66,68.75 .....,.,...33.70 ,....33 ........33 ....33,104,106 ....,,.....33,98 ,....33,66,68,71 .,...34,66,68,70 ...,.34,69,104,106 ...,....34,70,76 ,. ,.,. 34.100 .. ..... 34.91 .,...34,67 ........35 .,...35,70 ,..,.,35 .....35 ..35,65,7l.104,106 ..,...35,104,106 ,......35,70 ....,.35 ....,...36 . .,.. 36,71,104 ..,.36,104.106 ,...,36,70 ......,..36,70 ....,.37,104,106 ..,.37.66,68,70.75 ..,.....37,67,72 ,.,....36,65,67,71 .....37,67,71,72 ....,37 .....37 .....37 ...,....37 ....37,104,106 ......,.37.72 .......66,67,68,72 .....37.76,104,106 ,.,,38,90,91,106 .....38,90,106 ,....39,71,106 ..,..38,71,106 ...,..-40,71 .....4f0,106 .......41 ....,41,66,68 ., .......... ,.4-2 .....42,66.68,71 ........42,106 .. ,..,.. .43 .. ........ .43 ..,......,44,66,68 ........44,106,138 44,71,77,78,90,106 .......,.45,71,100 ,....45,100 Franklin, Dan. . . , ., Gallegos. Randy . , , . Gilbercjames ..... Goodyear, William . ,, Greco, Stephen ..... Grohman, Keith ..., Guerra, Art ..,... ,...46 ,,....47 ........4-7 ....47,71,72 .....48,69,106 .....48,69 Herald, Clifton ......, .............. 4 9 Hernandez, Mark ...,......,......... 49 Hernandez, Rudy ...,.... 4-9, 69. 71. 77, 78 Hill, Thomas .,..,.. ......, 5 0, 83, l00 Hughes. Mitch , . , , . Huth, Paul ....., King, Michael . . , . .. . .... 50,67,106 .,...51,90,106 lamoureux, Claude . . . ....,.,..... . .51 Machado, Marc ..... .... 5 1, 77, 73. 106 Marroquin, Scott ,.... Martinez. David .... McKinley, James .. ,.,..... 52, 71, 83, 100 Melia, Ruben ............. 53, 71, 83,100 Meskill, William ........,...... 53, 77. 78 Miller, Brock ,.,. . , . 53, 71, 77, 78,90,106 Moeller, David ......,.,......,., 54, 106 Montano, James , . Morin, Ralph ....... Naughton. Michael , . . . 0'Connell, John .... ....54 .......,55 0'Connell, Michael ............ 55. 78. 100 0'Shea, Joseph .......,,. 56, 65, 66, 68, 70 Packard, Timothy .,.,.... 56, 66, 68, 70. 71 Perez, Tim ........ Reyes, Chris ...,. Rieman, Robert . ,.,... . ,.,.,.,....,. 57 Rocha, Thomas. . . Sadler, Marshall .... Sandoval, Jude ...,. Schreiber. Scott .... Spana, Paul .,... Stovall, Michael .... Tilton, Patrick .....,, Underwood, William, . . . Urbanek, John ..,.... Voltz, Donald .... Weiss. Mark . ,.,.,. Woeppel, Mark ..,.. Ybarbo, Jay ..,.. ,....57,66.68,70,91 ........,58.66,68 ....58,100 ......58 , ..... 59 ,....59,78 ......59,106 ....60,67,68 ,.........60,106 , .,.. 61,71,77.78 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTINC COMPANY 4 D Congratulations Mark Machado On His Graduation l The LOFT Gourmet Restaurant Specializing in Steaks 'F Seafood 'F Fowl There are many places to eat out But very few places to dine Ida 8: Carroll Davidson-Owners Serving Mon.-Sat. at 6 PM Sun. at Noon-Closed Tues. Reservations Suggested Atmosphere Continental Cuisine IH 10 E. Cascade Caverns Exit 40 698-2616 Relaxing Candlelight Your Dining Pleasure Is Our Reward CASCADE CAVERNS EXIT I r- " LOFT Eg 2 3 P- LOOP 1604 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1980 MR. PHILIP OSBORN FR. DAVID CONNELL FR. TONY PESEK BR. DAMIAN MELVIN BR. ANTHONY CICCOLLELA BR. JOHN ALLEN BR. XAVIER KESTLER MR. JAMES ZITELMAN MRS. BARBARA STERN MR. THOMAS O'ROURKE MRS. SANDRA REE MR. DENNY EZBA MRS. ANN KONDOFF MRS. THERESA MORALES COACH ROBERT ESPARZA COACH RUDY BERNAL COACH JOE LATRON ICO MISS BARBARA MAZER MR. GENE EBNER THE CAFETERIA LADIES MR. STEVE HERNANDEZ 4- KEEP Bang . 1 E, i E! P.O. Box 344330 5020 F.M. Road 78 Phone Q 512, 661-4-174 San Antonio, Texas 78233 , fyllp I ' X T 'Diving Lessons 81 Equipment Serving South Texas Since 1962 Inflatable Boats 81 Motors Activities-Trips 'Open 10 till 7 PM NP SCUBA PRO-U.s. 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RIPLEY I GENERAL CONTRACTOR Q Q Mark Ripley-Class of '81 M LLLL I IOICICI I I 2107 ERIO CITY RD. 144 CITY WIDE COUNTY WIDE MAIN AUTO PARTS "YOUR DOWNTOWN USED AUTO PARTS DEALER' WE BUY 81 SELL WRECKED 81 BURNED CARS 81 TRUCKS MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 8 AM TO 6 PM. SAT 8 AM TO 2 PM " "' 9-Ill A f A . X T Q glffffwillifiuin l- 0 A T: ."'4 ' O Q . :E5S5E5E5g525E2:A A .. . .... ':j::-:-:.:..I. I b -'li . .1.: 32Ef: : ?2E1EfEE5f3:.. -- ,.,-., ' -.g:' EEEE5E5E5E5E5jE:5::--.., L -. E. . X1 USED TRANSMISSION U SED MOTORS A ALTERNATORS A 5 MMO REAR ENDS 5 A ,n J" STARTERS Q A 3 'TN GENERATORS 'A In 0 T ALL BODY PARTS A ' USED WINDSHIELDS A 6' O 227-7349 4 If busy can 227-1 1253 S' 2001 S. Laredo Sf. EASY ACCESS T0 1-35 BOBBY JOE VILLAREAL-CLASS OF '81 Our Best Wishes To The Senior Class Of 1980 J. Schreiber Inc. 349-3747 WIRE SERVICES' ,p"""'-y, TELEFLOHIST ' Q me 5 FLoRAFAx 1 UU " f- ' DOLPH NESLONEY Tu 1 Pe. semen L new fps A 05505-066 -2-MLA Amy Brleger 0: 5 QKSON 5752 wuazamr-4 ROAD Bus: 684-8499 5 5 N ANTON, Q EX 5 752 3 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 78238 Res: 696-1271 Wholesale To The Public NAME BRANDS-DISCOUNT -Amplifiers SANDERA CONSTRUCTION CO. CO- -Guitars N3'1f'L'l-LZAZI-11901 !Q'4z'4!enf1'afg': gnnllrzerdufjrarzxffzy -Drums 3108 WEST AVE. -Band Instruments 1 at Basse Rd., 6 3-12-8313 - 344-0009 - 349-7-119 HEBRON SMITH E Owner 344-0739 5 6. ' AM el-Hn 6I7N.S.M S. San Antonio, Texas 2218-27014 flfwiofuafs and QIQ'-.ztaif ATH ETIC EQUIPMENT " EPDRTING GDDD ' PRINTING QQ? PHONE 736-4000 printing for todays modern business 1720 FREDERICKSBURG RD. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 78201 147 915 1 E:-ig if Avia fill F11 "Z f E3 Ei' f" Il! 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Antonian College Preparatory High School - Warrior Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection, 1980 Edition, Page 56

1980, pg 56

Antonian College Preparatory High School - Warrior Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection, 1980 Edition, Page 158

1980, pg 158

Antonian College Preparatory High School - Warrior Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection, 1980 Edition, Page 136

1980, pg 136

Antonian College Preparatory High School - Warrior Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection, 1980 Edition, Page 18

1980, pg 18

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