Arizona Western College - El Matador Yearbook (Yuma, AZ)

 - Class of 1973

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The en- rollment projections have exceeded all expectations and currently over 3,000 students from all walks of life are enrolled. f W 1251 ff 1 it , . alumni ' ,nun I ,,,.. ew ,ni .U 4 I ji'- .if ,tgwelk-,t Nm fW xxx Arizona Western College is a member of the Arizona State Junior College System and in 1968 Western could proudly state that full accreditation had been given by the prestigious North Central Association of Colleges and Universities. ln addition AWC holds a membership in the American Association of Junior Colleges. Students have enjoyed ease of transfer to major universities due to the prestige ofthe college and its accreditation. Since opening its doors in 1963, Arizona Western College has added Kino House C1963-643 a modern two-story dormitory, and the Business Administration building, DeAnza House C1964-655 a second dormitory, a Mecnar if a Mechanical Technology building C1964-653, rf-"""" K and the Library Learning Center C1965-663 0144K "fx-acN,gs D , , I bmw , I Wg! M2a,f7.,.g X, . ,q 3 x , ,M 'Q A L' :Z ,, 1: Mkyxfkpgkklx it . The third dormitory, Garces House, was builtduring 1966. ,fy an o .c 'll' cu To an il- 3 O Pa IE 1: : GD U C 3 O L DD und the YO Ia Strol Q ff, was-i:g.v The home econornics ,uf building vvascornpieted in 1967. During the spring semester of 1968 the Science annex was completed. 'l Q Pg' ir f?'fY' r'4 Fr- :.'Vrf- YY' ,,, I ff' rye f rv,-,T fx ff'rFb g, ff' gf, fi ff' pf' f'!f'!r r' rr Fe F, , rf v HQQUMQQ R . The is the D98 ' Q V? 'IK JIM z if f , , Sgagm . 'M .X W J, 1 few Wy. 4 X nk if XZ, .s if .. 'Ka " . Lf? 'xx-,N z ' X ' 40. WTXQ, Q. g Qlsf iig xl , Q X TQW . L 5' .. . ' f K X5 A -s. 320 Ak Qi x x.. X 3. V SPX +55 9-xg: - ,S-5. - . . , X, - -. .xsghuw f -gg... l '-F ..- .ls K. H-. . l. , - . f Q. , Q. N .... 1 I, X N. - . X . .-. .1 V- A Q.. X . X 1 L f, Q.: X .,. f, 1 988 Union ks Pleasant bausgous Cultural. s0cial, and I activities. Theq iifdure of the build- al point for membe FS US C0lTll'l1UfIi . 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' f f , A 'X ' V .fm '.c17?"',,'W.l.i Jwflvh Qu' fwwfa - f SQ.. , , WZ' f f The Lower Level contains the Conference - Activity Room, Faculty - Executive Dining Room, Snack Bar, and the Patio Areas. .V-' x ,'fb.i, 1 'xg " Q YT 'I . it ww- f 2. ,tx 1 3 e f ,M X it tttc ff. i 1 . -, tt ZE ff Q -to 4' We .ogg ., li W W , W.-Aff A ,fzxyf 'i'Q'Zv22.ab F14 .-hit:-A-L " e Aitwwfwi 4 4 N X I : EMC W f fx, f i H if f X ? ,, S W Z f f Q f Nxxxxx Km ,121 2 if , 3 , mf - 'ff X ,W my QW ff? W ,f ff, J iff! www ' HQ' ' - ff,7:2W:ff4,2 W ufffww , MQW- ffifwf My f f ,, wc if , .3 Www? 5 7, . .1 1 3 . h, , 1:2 r 7 V 'i? -,MW css -QM X sswmkm ts M. ,,....,.s..,,, W ..,, ,. ,,,,. .,,,,.,u,-.,-.........,.t.w XX.X.X . is A living desert, rugged mountains, irri- gated farmland and Colorado River ghost towns, shimmering distances and the bi- cultural flavor of Nlexico provide a relaxed campus setting. This region is one of the nation's sunniest sections. The sunny dry climate exists in the middle of fabulous fresh and salt water rec- reational activities, surrounded by miles of desert to explore and is still close to a thriv- ing, modern progressive city. A variety of cultural activities are found in Yuma. Also professional baseball spring training, professional golf torunaments, ro- deos, bull fights and a score of other events are found in Yuma. 'Q .F lm , .XJR fx t, in 4.9" it. QQ Q do 'Q Q l. 1 4? fm ,f ,E A I . ,, , ......,,. A , . l l l RRY 1 ...t.. ,-K' ,,,,,, gn- S l .- 4 L x X X A N wwx X x Q X X N X m X S mx 1 X, Xxx Rx ,,, x ,af X x M X f -. Si- xx Q ,Wh xx , W , N 4 4: fv X K W N 3 X XM W ' V 111. M ' " - ' ' 1 S X N. ' V' , ' ,W . ,, ,:: M 0 X Q x , I S , ww w m y xxxx xxxx X Y . xx.X. Q, ...A V ? X NN W '4' NNW X wx .. -' ,W ' ,Wag 1 GJ X ,. X XX,X M I N -A ,, O -C . w ' ,,...... X' 4" " X 1. --" ' , "-' .. ,,,.,,, ' . v YS SX ,, X A A K ,ww , N 47 S xx f' VV XM W an X Wlhw ,V , X I ,, . 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Thejstudent andpublic should avail themselves of this oppor- tunityg there is a partnershipjbetween learners and teachers, between the public-and the college, for what is brought into the learning experience will in some measure deter-mine' what is found there. We believe that democracy is dependent upon an educational system capable of developing,. to the fullest extent, the talents of its citizens. The college should be flexible in its offerings and services and adaptable to the changing needs and demands of the public and the times. '2:,,L' " iff. 1-5-.-f 1T,T1'P.LIT'-i-" --,TCl7.1I'Ff'Q". ' -'1-"H .5 ,. . f 4- r ' 7- ,:, --. V, f, .,-' H.. ,, 1 gh- ,-f'- 7 -4-, . ,-4 N--. :N xc A, . . ' ' ' ' " ' Q" --r-'-'-'A-ff f-31- "5.,:."Q:fIf.--. --. ,..-'. Q, :I A I K Sq fix. "'f'I 1 1. na Q for peace ggi. tt VZEQQDQ1 .,, M W 7 . A ir--Z ,,,.,ngA.AqAj T- il-.--i. 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""fff W,,,.Wf.m"f..,.. "" .ML ' .sw ,,., ,, W i O l W , ,T N 2 its "4 ""'? '11 0-Q a-3 '4 in 5 , , , I 5. Q ..., K 1 I "- G y o l 1 1" if it rfaffff There are less than a dozen AlVl standard broad- casting stations in the U.S. owned and opemned by conwnunHycoHeges KAWC Alvl 81 FM is the only one operating in the state of Arizona. KAWC is also the only AM standard broad- casnng stahon anwong 150 NaUonalPubHcRadmCNPRj network station affiliates owned and opemned by a conwnunHyCoHege KAWC AlVl operates on 500 wahs of powerfrom surinse to sunset everyday. Cable FM simult-casts on 100 rnegacycms and con- Unues whh UYunm Nne Life" until 10 pm. 4 The attrac thne bers AAA a iocke tune four howe cash KA N- -sff' . XAN . -...pw 1' 'X , 1 . 'Y ,:' - 5 ian a broad- e U.S. id by KAWC y one ite of ,o the oroad- g 150 QNPRJ iliates by a ES Ofl from tyday. ts Ofl con- Nite s N fx 's KAWC. a station that is more than just ITIUSIC Q s success ' -' i f' ways' d n b " JJ' Ms K , X X X s ' s ' as , L is I fm' w ' fa, H' The KAWC AM 81 cable FM broadcasting philosophy is to attract the maximum number of listeners while at the same time maintaining a training program for the student mem- bers of the staff. KAWC is in the process of separating the AM and cable FIVI so that the students can work as disc jockeys, nevvscasters, and announcers while the public can tune in to public affairs programs. The staff is composed of four full-time, professional staffers and forty studentsg however there are eighty students involved in the broad- casting program. KAWC has been operating since July, 1970. W? t mls x mi' 0,1 Qs Q s' 5 1 a X, ' www! H f 1- A -- 1 xx W 1 A W X . "'X X W .. , Q K fy Quia 'L X N' ' X' - jc' ' vf. M , X Nav zu 6 . K s U C ..t.'Mfs mx ,e x x Us tau I A 1 X K ui h Q A h F x, N Q I . i xx s tl Q X, sf , -I A - 56 - if ' 65 .. ,, I X '- K . ' K " R y .' L A 5 ' . f lf 3Qt3d D If f ia ' A idx? fr! X ' I' A S X " X! J x gs K K 1' 1 A N W av N3-xx As 4' 1 x - -.H Aw , if K K x X Sit? :- . V K X K f,. . .I x X 3 6 N 8 is fb lHVIcAhally. BGYTON1 F5lOW: Gnilvleza A , Vlk'kI xGonzg1Ie2, Ch?'1s Stacy, Q ' .6- 8YB rien, isabel Taff, and Paul jfg WW. ffm! an - Qg . X. A , Q . f' ws.-,qi - Q g N 1 , ,I M .W JW Q rx -' ix , Q, Q ,L Q if N 4 Q.: Ji' ""' K 'b f -Q 5 K NM, an . B' , Li Q X A x Ig. K Q . ,MW , lv k . . f , .w lx, - A ff, 4 'v 1- 1 1 :A x ' Whx? ' N fx' X i,x.x.-. x x i A .X - ' , w- ' , kssax .. , ,- .. love is only free loneliness ..... is the sound of people on a warm night laughing, far away ---------- , finding only a dark and empty house to say, welcome home with an ache of depression and I think l'm goingto cry it seems very wrong that I should be lonely and sad and hurt. just as time heals all wounds so it may bring new ones always somehow different always in some way the same. so long as it may die 1 ,, Ll, ,R A 1 5 4 r . fn ..""-,f 'K-1 .VY 'gy ,A Qi?" 4 , W , A. ai ,D ,K measuring the length of my love by the depth of my feelings the width of your vision is the dimension of my happiness time to ask reasons why and how simple words of years ago could have ever made us the way we areg realizing that if we had it ALL to do over again .............. we probably wouldn t bother to even do it life is made of patterns that can scarcely be controlled 1, ,ta lvt. ,ft nl . 542. F4- Q1, ' , - Kabul! 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N f,, 3 , .,-lf' fvwfff, W M411 W4 I Z S Q I 4 W' va ,ss If , ,AA , The Division of English and Foreign Languages provides general education courses in composi- tion, reading, literature, language, and the mass media. In addition specialized courses offer the necessary lower division work for majors in English, Journalism, and Foreign Languages. The areas included are: Composition Literature Journalism Languages Radio and Television Broadcasting TW ages Dosi- mass the is in if f W., ..,,, . my 4 W'!N3'4f'ffw V w'1'w,t., A, Hman, QS' ' W fr X FM eq , P www! Q' . Q' was 2 w ie ei ,!,!,,T,,r I ? i I 'T' F 1 51404 Old friends quietly sharing a parkbench like bookends i i i ' iq H W 17 3, WWWZQ YRANX - X ill x an N 7 I W " , ,, 7 ff F ,1 fx, 'n-. W W W ,V rv. , mf ' Z, ,, x I' 41595 A. I ' '21 'fmW?'J ,-,Z?A?ZA , ......,, X W " f f 5 Q , f f :f X ' wwf , f :YQ - We M QW W, f 51 .ff P , X Y is . 1 1 - . WNW 5 , Qygwsk g- ,E 5,5 L Q 3 ,, :,, Q x , lp, Q E ' 'A M s as f ' - K 3 ' 'Si J. 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E F, I, I, P, Z , WW -f 'Kim' 'vlan 'nv "' s , X W M X A W f f if W 0, f wwf f 4 ' VW ZW 1 - t f A f V I ' V ' f Q 'vf f ', , Z-' I "ff llfl N ,,,, " '72 , N f g 4,-QWWQ, r ff' 4 YW--s'ZW"'f'-Zf,,,WfW-'f'fL,,. 0" 'w 0 er .px The Division of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation instructional programs offer a wide variety of activities which include: Golf Tennis Archery Swimming v I 4 Gymnastics . - , , Scuba Diving 1 Witty, i S5111 4 5558 M 'f 2 A 22 z, fi 5 17 . 1 it .1 no H W 'hz 1'-s W-W f W i X n X I tx- 'Q ,ffl s ,M EE .F ' I ss. i 1 S WWW is QW ' 3 N-wi-f4wwvmluv4Mvw"""" 7 l f c r Q The course offer a broad iv :X ,A I KE .' .W ,f WWW ?f' 'W i 'ww 21. I Y Bio offerings in the Division of Sciences are designed to Ph. program oflower division courses which are common 2 4 to many different fields of endeavor. Ma The sciences studied include: Nu ,7 ,M ,L - W7 W WT 'i N . sg 3 K s E so -Q-ws ' . K L ' i . w E s me M ..., A .S -S Q. ! Lin 2,--, jf F' " ii c Q D A ' .14 Y- U 4. 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V" K J f V -332 ' 7' 'J' f 7 , W 5 X ga, fi? f, , 222, - any W' Z7 Nm, . W. ' ff' f af' L' if N1f'W',! V f - J 0 ' ,, W 4 A " fiffyff 'Qi ,J A :MT w ngranw eenng ce 'SY f eenng mmogy momgy i 'Wm '1 .S vf X '. ,. " f, 9 1 .5: ',fj7. W. 3 f , V I f M1 gf I I X , v.,. 4 , A 'lg MW ,Y Q 'fl D 'Y W -X - ,MW 'S 1 , M-'ff is rw, , ff x 61 ,X P' 'mi , sew: QfffQf:w?ww .:s.-II, g,,,:,. ,,.5A ,545 M, v,:,,,ygl3ywr3.: , ' Oy' M ' I : :f4.a,:::F-2 :Q A ,,., ,-:: , ,W ,, , . M9 , , 'W' X h - " " W W f M ' 'f , . ar , W' W ,fp X ,: .fff!!' ' if V I X V ,fu-AW" -Wy Y- Q S wxwx 2? ww? sr , . at if Z f , 9 X , , , f , awww x- ,wzwwh Z ? 5 , ,f fff + 1 ? 5m ,f 25? ff 4 SE 6 SS if 5 .iw Xx...- fu wsmww fi 1 i f Q ff ,, A Jw ff W f X Swine Z Z 2 4 R Q S S 2 Y 5 3 71 4 0 42 Q, f 7 5 4 2 Q, 4 f 4 4 7 f 4 4 El Matador asked faculty members to offer their SUSSGS' tions and criticisms in answer to the question: What do you feel should be done to improve AWC during the next ten years?" "The time has come to stabalize, to settle down. The next decade should be one of consolidation, careful refinement and innovation. AWC has the advantage of being able to have relatively small classes. We should perfect and innovate in the teaching-learning atmosphere that this advantage gives us. The next ten years will see changes in attitudes toward education. AWC is in the unique position to lead the way. Education for the sole purpose of owning a degree will de- crease in importance. Rather, education for the purpose of becoming self-supporting will be on the increase. This will be followed with the attitude that education will be for enjoyment and will also be used -to augment other leisure activities through new skills and insights. We should plan the schooI's future to meet these new needs." 74 E4 John Ahearn 1968 Philosophy Myldred Beasley 1963 Bookstore Manager Moses Camarena 1971 Mathematics 81 Wrestling Coach MK Q sf? 1 Q X XR if ip -sf Z6 "7 fu f , z . VJ. 3 9551? fill IQQCVC 2 Trl, ik T' V-fav yirifwff I ww fr' f Harc Cl' Cha B Cari C X XX X X NN X s Q QQ xx XSS ACN W X X 5 NX X Q X XX XXX P' 'kk X cs ,fs f Harold Anderson 1965 Chairman, Division of Business Neil R. Bear 1968 1 Art mf" f 7 f , if Zh W .,,, " 5 it ,fjsg , :fi A si J 1 1 li E x A maui" , 'inn-A I jg X ' is Charles Bishop 1972 2 K f ZH Donald Bradshaw 1967 Ray Butcher 1966 Registrar Physical Education 81 Head Football Coach Carrol Carruth 1966 James Carruthers 1969 Chairman, Division of Fine Arts Director of Housing i 75 "The goal should be directed toward improving the quality ot education and less tovvard recruiting students just to have stu- dents. Students will come to a quality school. Quality education means to develop better channels of communication with the wl- student to the point where he can acquire and attain the kno edge essential to the course he is taking." Dr. Jerald Cavanaugh 1963 Chairman, Division of English 81 Foreign Languages l Q f Q, 47 Donal Gec Dr. Jackson Cothrun 1963 Robert Curling 1959 Chairman,'Division of Sciences Electronics Richard DeVerse 1968 Technology Marlene Evans 1967 Director of Nursery School Gary S . 5 -.. 9 1. ' .' 1 3 Donald Clay 1964 Ronald Costin 1968 Geology Business J 7 1969 fling ics Gary Foy 1967 Business It I., Ronald Danielson 1969 Director of Law Enforcement Ronald Fuller 1968 Music Charles Dine 1971 Physical Education and Assistant Football Coach WW ga., 7 th O : R bert Garcia 1967 Joseph Earl Gardener 1971 Q- OEn 'ish Physical Education and 1- g Basketball Coach 'U GJ if C 'g - 5 5 .2 -9 .: E U GJ .c E 3 z cl: 0 3 "" cu .E -v- S .: U W N W cu N-H Ps 3 I 0 : -Q Gerald Glss 1972 NickGraves 1968 Q N Speech Art N "' 'S COHCGYH f M X-Q N5 XX sf?-' Georgla Hart 1964 Mathematics LaRue Heath 1968 Physlcal Education .l X5 N9 N Kgs 1 f David 1 Psyf Mich' Lal Wx David A. Gershaw 1964 Psychology M. Ray Gregg 1972 Business Robert Hardy 1970 Operations Director, KAWC Micheal Hoefling 1970 Law Enforcement "During the next ten years, AWC should set and plan realistic goals to better serve Yuma County and the state of Arizona and the country as a whole. Offer what the people want and need-not what historical educational philosophy dictates." Esther Howe 1968 Nursing f - 4 . 1 1? 79 5 '- Q5 on .03 '5 O CD .C -i-I L O wi- be Fi' 1: :J o o cu .cz +4 .E .C I':' as 'U I Q. Q. 2 cv D cv Q 1 Q 80 'M-rss. A XM ,., Z I 1964 Gonzalo Huerta 1970 Rofgbtflafgnlssilgjm Machine Technology 6 fm fp I . Dan Kinnard 1965 Clifford Johnson 1969 Director, Data Processing Agriculture Victoria Lopez 1972 Francis Love 1969 Spamsh Social Sciences WYN N 'X " Richard Jennings 1967 Chemistry "The faculty and administration should be knowled e g - able of its function to lead and to serve in cooperation with the community and not apart from it or in spite of it. James L. Lenertz 1965 Biology Paul MacCready 1963 Speech and Anthropology Ernest Lopez 1967 Chairman, Division of Technology ,ff V 'M ZH' . , Z -f C ,f Q I gave to emotion yet for all my devotion at the peak of our relation you hold my I'9SIgI'l3tI0n. . . 'Z' .2-5 Om 0-.':. .EE 2.9 ev.: .E-3 .23 'SED Q2 Su -22 ns -S: o 3: gm .23 15. ""o 5... wT'o 25 Q3 'Dm hu 32 -9a 55-5 - : cu 'en Ili C 0 U 5 ll' in -H 0 GJ wl- vo- N KA 4 , fff 7 I f1L'p'h7i si- v WW Wx ,, X, ,W X s 154 1 V Nu we 1 , X f Sw Q W Zi! X 4 f 'NNWJ Nff'Nf , se, if f x X . . ASX ZX ZQX 'g WSYZQQQW ,sm X Qsgvwy sw? 1 77 X 11 f , ,Q A 4 1 s.f2i.f12,,s.l X ffm. I P Willard Machen 1972 Cherril Madsen 1969 Abgim Business Business Larry McDonald 1964 John P. Mclain 1967 English Geology 81 Physical Sciences Dr. Ralph Moorhead 1966 Marion M055 1963 Dean of Studenwffairs Chairman, Physical Education l ll ll l. sclsccic X- or ,:,,, 6 Jacl D Alb- .g C I il 4 l rl i Abe Martinez 1970 Director of Financial Aid s.XN get Glenn Mayle 1971 Director of Cooperative Education 81 Head Wrestling Coach Jack Mead 1965 Gil Meza 1970 James Mitchell 1965 Drafting Technology Public Information Vocational Counseling Albert Motley 1971 Robert Parker 1969 Comptroller Physics X7 TM 33 . A. ,Q if x I , Arizona Western College has been staffed by competent facul- ty members from the beginning. Many members of the faculty and administration have national reputations for leadership in the junior college system. Chester Parks 1967 Music Bruce Pieplow 1966 Anne Putnam 1968 E l' ng 'Sh Home Economics Dr. Anthony Ross 1964 Charles Saxe 1964 Zool ogy Government James Pell 1972 Dr. Pat Patterson 1963 Continuing Education Associate Dean of Students f fff 1 Q A Q , . , i ,Wi " Y W f, X' my i ' A , I , A 1 i i ff O JZ7 J. Arnold Ramirez 1972 Norman Rieloe 1968 Upward Bound CO-Director Mathematlcs Helen Scroggins 1964 Gloria Shea 1970 English NUVSIVIS f W, UIQ! 'ff r 'Il' cu .: 3 'U : eu E .2 GD .2 en :':.' Q5 of AW fe 3 ZW fe 0 am ITI Make Yu 5. -H UI1 ITI C0 do for the C N U 0 DD GJ '5 O 0 .C -H 1? t Xymk . N - -azz. 'v , . 'M fverzi' 1 M ,,. ,X . X N -6 x N Q' QW N i s Q 1 liz? N fi 'f I ' ' , 3 r S X , XM 4 4 V f, sXt A sv-ASX K' .-- Y X Q - Xsrmxts f XXX tt Myldred Sheriff 1966 Business :XL I 1jQ,L,1.J-14? Bar William Sims 1970 Director of Development t Er ,QI 2k'5fg ' A r ts, Q .X Charles Southward 196 Kr Dean of Student Affairs Gordon Snowbarger 1965 David Snydef ' 1968 Dean of Occupational Education Data Pfocessmg Mary Stewart 1965 R0 "Continue to emphasize learning andfor the small classroom number. The welfare of the students should be named the pri- mary institutional concern. Student welfare includes academic matters, career plans, personal goals and their realistic assess- ment, personality development, financial budgets and anything else a human being must be concerned with." College Nurse E is is K Barbara Slivac 1966 Virginia Smith 1967 English Director of Nursing Program '55 fs. 'N . ward dent Affairs 1964 Micheai Spain Mary Jane St3l'lfOI'd English Horne Economics Robert St t 1968 Natalie Stowe 1968 ewar Counselor, Student Activities Assistant Business Manager U 0 .. Ill' '- I C -H 2 5 2 .E V E S GeorgeTomkins 1972 I- C ArtistinResidence, Q Q CeramicsandJeweIry 1' 2 E cu 5 2 2 o vw .E E 2 2 cu up 3 o - 52 O an : I1 : E 8 + 2 0 Johnvalemme 1968 A Q 3 Electronics .2 Richard Yates 1965 Director of Instructional Resources 1 lr Raymond Traynor 1967 English K . Jack Watson 1970 Director of Athletics, and Head Baseball Coach Ella Mae York 1967 English A 1968 Edward Treadway Automotive Technology 1969 Anne Wiggins English level ege for coll pared unpre really F9 students a "Many 3 -o-I CU C do .Q GJ L 72 'CJ CD E GJ L ne ofa be do O +-I needs V9 courses. Mo -Cl ooE Jw o.:: 4-'-6-J 'TZ Em L-on 51359 Elm com cvs: Lo 4-' 2: U3 fi 3:2 E2 E3 Q3 22 El- Sus 53 WL 3 BQ so '02 BE was 'Q 1-'cu OO -o-CU selves: until the UYSGS CO ugher t0 9 th O t 8l'lCG mitt ad SS efu a.R of kills S 6 th petency in TTI CO level of ain rt Ce 3 has dent Stu Y O -1 writing, reading, etc SO S FSS COU D6 W ademic GC the f GO YTI SO 6 l'UCtUl' St b. Re mr. E3 11:4-I man -om C QE Q. mo ,Q Ecu OS 4-'.Q O - Can WL -:s :U 6,2 Ecu 54:00 EE ik -S .C tl.: L ge 'EQ 'DE 'U-o-I DCD 4-' WE was gl: 4-4+-' 4-us: gt 4-1? ge :UB Q '02 cu .tm 3 UE an Lx an gm 4,3 L -CCD SEQ. gin 405 EQ q,.r: 'Q 300 WE .cv CQ. OU? QE 5.9.0 wE ow QE Hi .Q 2.9 E Lao QU would spend skills 'D CD I':.' .E 5 2 CD U7 O .C 4-1 hile W pe situation TY 2 in a study and Ve tu eek, 3 in lec W per 5 hours 2 79 an U7 O Q. situation. DG TY the lack GY th SG becau ll, fa dents Stu ority min VW Ma I1 er students. th pete with o FT1 need to co ey th Skills 1968 Lenore Zapell CU E N5 L C3 Dr. Robert H. Garin became the third president in AWC's 10 year history in July when he replaced Dr. George L. Hall, who was named Executive Director of the Arizona State Board of Directors forCommunity Colleges. Dr. Garin received his Doctor of Edu- cation degree from the University of Arizona. Formerly, he was Dean of ln- dian River Community College at Ft. Pierce, Florida, and served on the Executive Board of the Florida Educa- tion Association. "Arizona Western College has contributed greatly to the educational growth of Yuma County in its ten years of service. However, in the future I feel the College must expand its educational offerings throughout the county toward the goal of making commu- nity college education readily available to all citizens of Yuma County. As in the past, continued effort must be made to improve the quality of learning of our students. The goal of our instructional effort should be such that all students will be successful in their chosen field of study at Arizona Western College." DR. ROBERT H. GARIN President the tory Drgg itive d of Edu- L' of i In- Ft. the UCB- :tributed if Yuma IOWQVGV, 1 expand Out the I commu' lable T0 he paSt, impfOV6 nts. The ould be gssful if' Arizona GARIN resident "As a community college, Arizona Western College has philosophically listed five basic purposes for its existance. While we have attempted to advance in all of these areas, we have succeeded to the greatest degree in our trans- fer program. lt is my belief that AWC will improve over the next ten years as we strive to in- crease our efforts in the voca- tional, technical, developmental, and guidance areas" Dr.WilliamJ.Berg Vice-P resident DISTRICT GOVERNING BOARD John A. Currie AI Face Donald N. Soldwedel 4 1 5, ? Q, A 932 5 2 74 5 if: S ii S S2 5 gs . E35 ,Li Ji? S. I .N V53 Egg 5? w 33 59 Qu 1 Q! W 59 25 if S "v Fred Abbey Jo Ackley Frank A. Acuna Brian Adam .ludy Adam George Adams Fernando Aguilar Monica Aguilera Robert Aguilera Gary Akin Susas Albright Mohammed Al-Nleshari Debbie Alonge Richard Altenreid Alberto Alvarez Jose Alvarez Rosa Arnavisca Amy Joe Kasi Andersen Steven Anderson Darolyn Andes Dee Dee Andrews Arthur Angulo Anna Araza Joseph Armstrong Etta Ashkie Terri Auer William Babb Manuel Baca Paul Bailey Ralph Bailey Robert Baird Dale Balheimer 94 2 Q 6' 5 f' f M 2 if 1 X f lk x Q .if ' . ,, -1 f :Q , ,,,, 'V I ., Xx . ff '. , .s ref 1 SN ew ff! te X 1 egg X Z I . ,, , 9 ty? . -Z m. ,-ey.-.,l-,f-' H , ess- , ' , '.I 74 ,,,, .1 ,...,. W A , X AT N - M " me :L ia ..,g' C' -S M' .. +-W 'Z . S ,Q jg!! iff ' f W . "tag:-,A .Q .7 "CIW: X ' ' ' , C ,f 1 .t .I , ,V,.,. ,. , XX X f f ' f f f Kg 1 1 '- f , f W xo , if N N , if .. f f kg X, X X W T' if 'W ' Z W ff A , , .ft f is .,,,.. 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X4 X F J ' W , 14 f ff X ""- Zz fa: WZ 2 1 fa j A 1 Q f Hz? f f ""'1 f af 1 , 1 NZ in W is f f , 1 M. ag f? je W I Xt 2 to A , X 2 1 Y a is Ns B NX kiwi W " X ,W IW 'UW f Margaret Balli Mevin Balser Barbara Barker Sandra Barker Boyd Barley Sherri Barner Barry Barnes Rozlind Barstow Larry Bates Andy Bartholomew William Bathrick Teresa Beas Lula Begay Theima Begay Walter Begay Mario Beltran Rick Benke Patricia Binder Darrell Birdno David Bivins Steve Bjornstad Carolyn Blair Lynn Blair Benjie Blake Rosemary Blancas Jim Bloodworth Ke rt Bodderig John Boelhauf Clifton Bogie Ann Bohon Mrs, Phyllis Carter, assistant Comptroller, advises during fall enrollment on scholarship procedures. lvlrs, Carter also assisted in PVOCGSSWE Students during the fall and spring semesters. 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The Matadors blasted statewide rival Phoenix College 240. 91157 iw All I 1 E 'vfiw 2914.-4 -sgx fr-. I remember our name I 'ust can't think f x xxx ,+, - , , . M- - we 4 hz. 1 hy was i l'9St Ron Frankun Kevin Frauenfelder John Frazee Kammy F O Wh was! born with a dsfferent face? t born lake th in Fulton X XQN fzf ff RQ M X 4- W f wx m vw ,f wx NXW Nw f N X f f N' WW N W M xW X N SN Y-y Y iw Pauiette uwsges ff' W N AN Sf: 7 , VX x l : Q , ' ,ff ' "' in ,W mx x XX gi 1- -ffx X '-FXS H' f nv 'I' n fox 6 43 qw 1 444-14 Ji X xx f NH 1'-if X K f W1 if ff' 75 x ' .l XM .... ,S Q X ...SY ,. G X3 W X N. 4 WW xgxml, Q X X - f X Mx B xi mx W Manuai Harper Jerri Harris ASXAWC Prez George Adams env couraged everyone to get out and vote this year as many young Ameri- cans were eligibie to select the Presi- dent of the United States. 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Kino Jr. Guy Kizer Keith Klossen Ed Knecht J John Knecht John Konaska Michaei Krage Wiliiam Kreamer Robert Krueger Rick Kryger Bedlindaiane J Chuclillanginf Gerald Leagon Diane Leamons EyaiLeamonsl J Ken Lebsock Alberto Lee Glenn Lee L James Lehmann X xsgf X ZW xik QS XX , Rfb, X X A X 3 illn X illllil , ,ll, X V: 554' 5 'QQ V , . M Q N s xi ' "l2 ,X ,. . , ,,,, L W ,f ily , XL ,A W X7 ,.7,, :.:.,,,,N S 'A J X6 1 "'i' J w ' Xiys, L,,f HX 3 S X Gs X f M 4 f f XX N Ny S, , Xf X J 'M Vx! A X 'X x W X Q- 5 N... sz if Q Q X N X I X , y' 1:a.2:.ij:e - -1- Q3 S , ' HI 'Xian ., ..,.,. , rJ 4 Viv X W W f X X r Xi n 5 Q X , N SWS X 1 ' f X 'ff V y g YW? X J XX we g Ma, J X W L 5 5 ,: gi .ge-. . any X cs,-Xxx-VX . gl ' 3 l. - W i .V ,X N News P X.,,f NX 13' 15 k,,'MfS e 1 QS Q x X Q S X X A 2 vm R 'X ,J VVV J . X ,,,, ff ,gl f I L "X ,ff - f Q f 2 X " ,,,. i L 1 i L X i ...., 'f X E ga f V if 'WEL 1: " f- X -V, Q X f ""' 1 X L - V fe -V XL . ...4 sr'r"""- 5 X a 9 A 4 4 , 2 il.. . J - J. 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Unusual photo was a chieved using a wide angle lens and shooting into the lights. Coileen Pr phet food helps bodies gro 12 ways Pat Stewart, assistant head of Garces Residence Hali, examines another cafeteria meal figuring that you are what you eat. Steve Mariscal Dennis Marschall Sylvia Martin Delores Martin James Martin Belinda Martinez David J Jesse Museila Mason Miguel Mata Martha Matthews Joan Matthews William Jeanette McCaul Paul McCollum Cindy McCrieght Wilburn McCurley Janice McDaniels Kathy McDonald David McDowal Randy Mciilhaney Brett McGee Michael ntier John Priscilla Cliff McQueary Sidney Meachum lO6 4 f X X W XX t ff 7 MN 5? 3 x f I.. Q... - 4 M , ,,,,,i ,,,, ' . 1 ZZ .t lnul I n iw Aili an eaar J , gf! f Q! Q! 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X FL' -if--1, i i l 'ex Winthrop Meachum Albert Medina Tamrni Medlin Susan Mellen Nancy Melton Mary Mendivil Arturo Mendoza Jose Mendoza y James Mertz Gregory Metko Beatrice Meza Mary Louise Mikols Brenda Miles Agnes Miller David Miller Jerry Miller Lillian Miller Ken Mills Linda Mills James Milton Miguel Milton Debi Mitchell George Mitchell Velma Mitchell Joseph Montenegr Joe Montoya Bill Moody Carolyn Mooney Charles Moore Lexine Moore Edward Moreno Stanley Morgan Calvin Morris Rena Morris Jerry Morrison Danny Moser Steven Moss Brian Mowatt Terry Mueller Vicki Muhlenpoh Joanne Munos Barry Munson 107 if oniy you could Seve enough you woo d be the happiest end ost werfui ba ng in ihe worid Howard Myers Steve n 1 Joe Terry Nelson of Tim Neuhaus Sandra Newbanks Rex Newton Joe Nicasio Dennis Nielson n Karen Nitka Ginny Ng PatNg n Frank Nockles 1,SysafggO'Hqnian KareWO'Keiley e , John ,Qlivas ee James Owen ,?farnela eQ rmsby Omeies Orsini one A f , , Wi U 0rgtega fRobertiOto ndo Q, fCnl6iebozno4Ouida ' Jessie Qwens Snd ra Ozu na -efwwovee ,f ,yf-Xwf wpy-Ney N X W f Wfmyqv N? ieeeeee I 2.3 .... f - PM me ffl. 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Q er xii 1 44s-awww X W f I 2 9 f' ' ', 'A . fi? E I 5 ..,. l If fe' Hi hli htm the fall semester s -activities" AWC lVlata- 8 8 8 . . . dors turned out in mass to view the spectacle oi the 24-O victory over the Phoenix CollegefB'ears, Saturday nite, Octo gram was a parade of mini ' 118' ber' 28, 1972. Included in the halftime pro- -floats built by a variety of campus clubs and organi- zations followed by the exciting coronation of the Homecoming,Queen. One time Inner Tube Queen, twenty year old Debbie Vos was crowned by last year's queen lrene CNippi5 Taylor and ASXAWC Pres. George Adams. Debbie's lovely attendents included lQL to Rb Denise Gloria, Debbie' Mitchell, Nonie Reynolds, and Korlis Hack- ba rth. . Homecomin - 72 W iff .S 5 A 4 4 Z. X 3 QW 4, M T X sr N QQ Z i f 4, 'f A , , .,-,,, , , ,., -T. " 3" , rg ,. '1g',-Q.. Q':1"'---fl' , .,,.' , ,A f-:.,, -.-3:.:,,.. f .- . - -.'-- ' V ,... Q,--R - N-- . - ., .--- . .. .- ,.-N, ,V-.. .,, .. ,- -.V Q, N-. .v . 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Q .J 1, si. 77, ,,, WV V . VW. ,v..v v...i.ii.-.....7W f 'LX .Q f ,- f ,, 4 f fffwqgff ,, i 5 E 2 1 X 4 i v i E 1 s x x E 5 ? i 5 : 1 Y I L K I E 5 EQ 1, 3 i L: x I 1 i , f. EQ L-X r-, If 5 7, ai i Q7 i 2 E, gx gs. id U Li zfy 241 .2 N, V f QV? Wi my W 2: W in g Q ., 9322 Wiz, 3 7 Q2 xyf V f f f ,. g V Q J ff Q2 ff ?xg' f ,J , ww f f ,V f, '44 , Q Q, ,. W9 HQ? ,MJ an Ez, f,.!,M,. bww Q z 2 'Q-1 f 5' 55 f , ,, X ages Q- Wa X ,am-f ' figf 5 X 2'-0 X 231 ,Q nw, ,. The last three years at Arizona Western College have been frustrating ones for the football Mat- adors. This year, however, it was the "Year of the Mat- ador" in the national junior college football ranks as AWC collected the school's first national cham- pionship in any athletic endeavor. Before being invited to the Sunkist-El Toro Bowl, the NJCAA's national championship football game, Coach Ray Butcher's Matadors had to knock off nine rugged upset-minded opponents. The road to any national title is tough work and the Matadors started paving their way on Sept. 9th when they entertained Eastern Arizona College in the season opener. The Matadors never trailed in the contest even though Eastern never would say die. lt took a pair of touchdown jaunts by freshman running back Larry Bates to make the Gila Monsters succumb to a 20-8 verdict. The following Saturday it was a little easier for the Matadors as they slaughtered New Mexico Military Institute 47-14 in Roswell, N.M. Sophomore quarterback Dennis Coleman led the way in the lopsided victory by firing two touch- down strikes while running for another pair of TDs. Coleman hurled TD passes of 12-yards to Barry Munson and 20-ya rds to Don Byas. The Matadors then returned home the next week- end to face an extremely talented San Diego Mesa team-an outfit the Matadors had never beaten in the schooI's football history. AWC wasn't to be denied this time as sophomore running back Leonard Thompson scored on a one- yard run and a 30-yard pass from Coleman to pace Western to a 26-13 win. Numero uno xiikgyw. . ' WNW! Q4 Q 1,0 W WW WM 'Wax W Z iii x .-.Q --I After the San Diego Mesa victory the Matadors entered confer- e la the following Saturday when they journeyed to Thatcher enc p y to face Eastern Arizona College for the second time. lf there was a black mark during Western's march to the title this was it as the game was called with seven seconds remaining be- cause ofa brawl. Following the melee AWC offensive guard Bill Moody and cheer- leader Mona Mclrienzie were taken to a hospital for observation. Both were injured in the fight. E t rn led throughout the game. Late in the fourth quarter as e Western finally tookuthe lead as Thompson ran over from the seven to ive Western a 28-23 victory over the stubborn Gila Monsters. S Two of Western's scores in that game were set up by Reggie Pear- son's pass interceptions. N t eek it was an undefeated Mesa Community College team ex w the Matadors had to conquer. The chore was a difficult one but the ' ' ' t r oal Matadors accomplished the trick with the help of a last quar e g d b the AWC defensive unit line stan y . Western trailed 14-13 at halftime, but Cox scored on a eight-yard run in the fourth quarter to give the Matadors a 19-14 win. The victory was preserved with 45 seconds left in the game when the Matador defensive unit held Mesa on a fourth and inches situa- tion on AWC's 10-yard line. After--an opendate the Matadors tookk' off for Colorado, S rin sand the AirForce Academydjuniorvarsity. , A f i H P 8 u Colemaniiput on an airshow that the Cadetslwill, probably never forget. The Darby, Pa., sophomore completed 14 of 18 passes for 254iyards and onetouchdown. Colemanfs fayorite target was sophomore tight end Brian Adam. Adam established a school record with histen receptions. Hardley noticed was Cox's four touchdown runs which pacedthe rout. s Following the Air Force victory, the Matadors faced their biggest test ofthe year when they entertained the Phoenix College Bears. g ' Shanty Hogan's Bears entered ' the game with a 5-0 record while Western's was undefeated at 6-O. Congratulations AWC -n-r-Wm-.,.,.,..,,,,., . , ,, . ww-f,.v...... ..,.... ..... ... Again CWGSTEFWS- d6T6r1Se,,ro'se.to.t'h:e.o,ccasion...as the lvlaradorslillmared ,ther 'BGBITS to 'lust .63 'yards offense. Bates was 'AWC'gs -top offensive man scoring two touch- downs+includinga,46-yardjaunt., i A 1 - , g AWC clinched the conference crown 'the following weekend when theymanharedled visiting Glendale Com- munity College 28-6 to become the .first team in Arizona Junior College Athletic Association to win back-to-back conference crowns. A V ln order to reach the Su-nkist-El Toro Bowl, which was to be held at the Kofa Nlemorial Stadium in Yuma, the Matadors had to dispose of an extremely underrated San Diego Grossmont crew. -- The Griffinscame into the game with a 1-7 record. However, they didn't play like a team with a losing mark as both teams entered the fourth quarter deadlocked at 6-6. ln the final stanza, Western took the advantage of two poor punts to punch across two TD's earning an 18-6 victory. During the game,.the.lVlatadors established a school record of 11 fumbles. The Grossmont victory was AWC's 18th straight and set up the showdown with Fort Scott Community Col- lege in the Sunkist-El Toro Bowl. 'I ,AW 96' f We 1 Aga iti00 M t. ,, 3 at ' ,,Xf W 4 d 1 a W ,Way ,Q W Va 5 an . M PM te Z , an QW 5 W Frazle Wee ,,.. 'CMM W f ' We proce point Thi Howe in th point haifti We on a d ' his 6 secoi Cox. Ce versi hand extra M fx g r X r scori ll Wi r r g W r r y erroi On Nov. 25, 1r972g,Ari2ona Western College Coach 2 tio? Ray Butcher was nervously pacing the sidelines wait- one-, ing forthe openingSunkist'Ei Toro Bowikickoff. r r y f nn r Law r-ri-,etr'1Fifth-yeatrahead coach had good reason to ved? worryas the contest wasrone ofthe most important in in the schools nintefrtyeartootbailhistory, C Sum l Some tworhours latertas thegbritiiant running of fron froshrvsensationf iaarry' Bates andftrrlther blocking ofrofs in th fensive guard rJohn'Segretti,g,hadrljust trounced Fort Scott' Comrr1aQnityrrr,Coilliege,of' Fort Scotty Kansas, 36-87to capture the 1972 N.lCllAl-Xfnatiogntaf C champion- shipfootbailygarnre.yg nnno 2 in - , C C Beforefrryreceiving an invite ssl to, peffiicipate in the tYurnaWgayme1the Matadorshad to yfinishfthe season undefeatednwhilchr theyttdid, anaynaa tobe one of the nation's toprtwo-ranked teams in the NJCAA footbaiipollg e r fef r C v r g r ' ' The' , Charnpiognship game appearance was Westernssecond in four years. ln'l969 AWC played Northeastern Okiahoma ASLM forthe national cham- pionship only to see fatal mistakes turn the Savant- nahQGa.tripintoa nightmare. 4 r g During the next two years,ithe Matadors were de- prived of additionralr trips to Savannah as Mesa CAriz.j Community' College ambushed AWC 17-14 in 1970 while San Diego Mesa upended the Mataciors 7-0 in 1971. g Q However, it was different this year as the Matadors breezed through a nine-game scheduie unbeateb and untied. Two of those wins came over Mesa Community and San Diego Mesa--the two teams who deprived Western of additional trips to Savannah. Q53 tx Se .te ss asf s - ss ea so ft x X. 9' S it K 5 if ll Ne? ,Q KK Q U 5 Qi in K ' 0 ' ' 'l 1 e an Q Against Fort Scott in the Sunkist-El Toro Bowl it took the Nlatadors a while to get going, but once they did the Greyhounds couldn't find a way to stop the fireworks. The Matadors received the opening kickoff and were promptly stopped by an aggressive Fort Scott defensive line led by mammoth Cliff Frazier, a 276-pound All-American Tackle, Western was forced to punt and Fort Scott proceeded to block Brian Adam's punt for a two point safety, That was all the scoring in the first quarter. However, the Matadors offense began to click in the second period and the Westerners put 15 points on the scoreboard to hold a 15-2 lead at halftime. Westerns first TD in the second quarter came on a 33-yard sleeper pass from quarterback Den- nis Coleman to Leonard Thompson while the second tally came on a one-yard plunge by Jerry Cox. Center Steve Petrucci scored a two-point con- version when he had a blocked pass drop into his hands while Rick Savedra kicked the first of four extra points to round out Western's first-half scoring. Western then capitalized on two Fort Scott errors early in the third quarter to put the na- tional championshiptrophy on ice. A fumble, early in the second half, set up a one-yard plunge by Cox while a poor punt ignited Larry Bates' three-yard scamper to pay-dirt. Sa- vedra kicked both point afters. ln the final quarter Thompson added an in- surance TD when he hauled in a 24-yard pass from Coleman giving AWC a 36-2 advantage late inthe game. kickoff, junior college football. f i spirationalplayer. 'QV' . .Q t V +- Qdw, .ist K wr! ,t ,.c5l"f Fort Scott came back to score its only TD following the ensuing The championship victory also gave Western a 19-game winning streak-the longest such skein in ln post game presentations, Bates was named the game's outstanding offensive player while Segretti re- ceived an award as AWC's most in- ? fi . ' 'E QF!TUHDsum K 0 " -1 f -rrir r 43'ti'iiiive 1 -JiljLLIUllDqg, f- s or ' - ri'e X - 'fffil fiiqg iirgtirfis 1111 f 'if' ' liitsfgfii C dy 'ff,!i5'i 'f W Y J 'FQ' 74, ' ff l.,-- rzflr. xkkffmqflrft T ,ir it r i li' iii i yew is ' :gi ei r -1 4 i fxfgrzslf 15744, liii -T Weil A, .L if W 3 1.37 , X WQXMNN W Q 5 Z an 8 , xv ...W f WIWNQ. 'W 16 ,NX ww Y x A 4 ff L 5 'NWW7 ff W, wg: Q , , I V , ,M X ,W Wg .- ' ,- W gf WW X 73 sggvfvf V' . , .... , I Wwg ZW f 4, : W K y5,,,fffN. ' ,.f, 'L ,, , , X fr If there was an Arizona Western College football Hall of Fame, John Segretti and Ron Davis probably would be unanimous selections. Both players played instrumental roles while helping Arizona Western to the NJCAA national football championship. Because of their efforts on the gridiron both were named to several post season honors. Segretti, a 240-pound offensive guard, was a first team All- American on the NJCAA poll and was rated one of the nation's top 11 football players by the J.C.Gridwire, a California based publication. Segretti also made the AJCAA All-Conference first team and the All-Region I first team. He also was named AWC's most out- standing offensive player-the first time a Matador lineman has received such an award. Davis, a 240-pound middle linebacker, made the NJCAA first team All-America squad and was a first team selection on the J.C.Gridwire poll. He was also selected as a first-stringer on the All-Conference and All-Region teams. At the AWC awards banquet, Davis was named the Matadors' Most Inspirational Player. Seven other Matadors also received All-Conference and All- Region honors. Making both the region and the conference teams for the Mat- adors were tight end Brian Adam, running back Larry Bates. guard Bill Moody, offensive tackle John Trujillo and defensive back Reggie Pearson. Adam also drew honorable mention All-America on the Grid- wire poll as did Haynes and Bates. .--X' ' Q ' 1,11 ty. 'iff X S , QF' sr? 'V ' . - .a 1. .... 5:33 X M' ig f ' 'weiL,sivzreriiNs- its some To as A Rouen season r-are emu? Arrive ITS miimic Buvesr curl' ,.,, Hwv fi 'gf " 45 1 34. , , 41' 1, V x, , 5 -if Jo- 45. -. J.. , 'iid '49' 711 , J , .. ff NM. A A I 'fi-V' 1 s ,U , E. 1 M-. I A hw ,M v Q. LM w fix., - 4 .Af 8. 1 I X 1 N , 2 ,. E vi s 'f E i Y 3 , -.4wf,4QZf f " - rf,-5-iw 1- ' K' U 'KM 1. wci'Ns-qmiii V .A - - . i V N , ' , ' Z , ' 4 ' V , 7' ff f f f- rf ff, ,,,,,,:,,,, . Q f A ,. ,0',4::w:ft, K ,nf ,f-Jw f.Mtn10013,-.AffQ,,2'f'i',-1-mx..-'J :'-?h'-Q,,- ' 3 '- ,4 J fr . f v A , , .93 ,Q 3 1 , I . f . I J' -f f ff 7 , ft' , , , . , 4' , . r , 9 , , , , . 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Before the season started, the Westerners lost forwards Bruce Battle and Clarence Brown, two of the best players in the country and definite All- America material. Both left the school because of disciplinary reasons. Then midway through the season, just after AJCAA competition got under way, starting guard Joe Sills was declared academically ineligible along with ace reserve Arnon Baptiste. However, Coach Joedy Gardner and his as- sistant Jim Amick believed in their team and it proved right as they substituted pride in place of talent to produce 20 victories in 27 regular season outings. 134 The Matadors placed second behind Scottsdale Community College in the AJCAA race and went to the Region l playoffs in St. George, Utah. Be- cause of the Feb. 28th deadline, El Matador was unable to have the results of the regionals or the nationals-providing the Matadors won the Region I championship for the third straight year. AWC qualified for the regionals with a 13-3 con- ference record. The Matadors also ended the reg- ular season with a seven-game winning streak. During the season Arizona Western took fifth place in the Thunderbird Classic in Casper. WY0' ming, and the championship in its own Matador Classic. The low point in the season came January 29111 when Imperial Valley College, a team Western beat earlier 82-67, clipped the Matadors 56-55 on a con- troversial last second goal tending charge against Western's Dennis Marschall. The loss snapped Westerns' 41 game home court winning streak. Wgunnnrni fffw f C Bar th Tr 5 l S s.. e gar C I S SN N '! f A cottsdale ind went ltah. BG' ador W35 I5 or the L3-3 Con' the Veg' I ,,,.. l C SSX dow nf' 4 HST? . - vi' The defeat may have been ga l In ,'...!.,? z ,t U ' 'N kr A a blessing in disguise as the Mat- if e'f' W 5'rWa un' adors went on to end the regular f f "'A I , , I . ,f ., f wins-including five at home. T sf Y Q l a 9 season with seven consecutive W ., W Q Z , yi in 'C 7 7, 4 Probably the biggest victory . '5 of the year Came at the ex, ,,,,, T ,E L... ' f M, pense of Scottsdale. Scotts- Mfrtr' ,,y,i , w-'MW - A 'essg dale, which had lost only one .,,, Hilti I V. ' T 3 f ,f"' ,f 3 9 T, ' conference game in 14 outings, If V717 , Q 7 " 2 f f , Q ' J, I ,xffiei , 5 431 took what appeared to be a 6 . fl 1. 2 i ff Ng 1 . . fe l, d Commanding 43-25 halftime divve 7 eava v is ff f Q , fi el. lead. , ,. I ' , W 2 2 V... 3 52.3 . ,,-, ,' D w fwy2vf5tv"fQrg'Tf3'f'tg."7l' Early In the second half, the s twwwf fe f W X , f .... my f. 2 ,e 'eff 4 , V dvd Q.. f f W' ' f - 4 V visiting Drovers upped the mar- gin to 24 points before the Mat- adors started their comeback. With 30 seconds left in the game, AWC forward Barry Barnes, who SCC coach lvan Duncan said couldn't play Scottsdale, tied the game at 68-68 with two goals. The pair of buckets also sent the game into overtime before Western won 73-72. The win also clinched at least a tie for second place in the conference race for the Matadors. Starting for the Matadors most of the year were center Dennis Marschall, forwards Barry Barnes and Phil Filer, and guards Ray Leary and Carl Bird. Top reserves for the Matadors were Ken Lebsock, who canned a 73-foot shot against Scottsdale, Bill Truman, Carl Coopwood, Bruce Cushing, Lee Simmons, Joe Davis, and Billy Loftis. Filer led AWC in scoring during the regular season stuffing in 437 points in 27 games fora 16.2 average. TN Nw E 35... PS. iw A, . N-I' A 2 i ak. I ner, WY0' Matad0V iaflv' 29th eat CON' e against snapped nak- tern b DD 3 NN 'Y fx Jr X' '93 ' ,Q ., ' xt - f l , ' g X 54' - K W7 Ns 1.24. 4,5 ' -ff H A E if W yn: Q: G f in ',:az:5a5:1s --.-4-vw: 4 V '-.er:::-::v- 0,6 X X X X 5 X 'YX N5 if! mn v 'a lllll S R I' 6 S i n W W MLM I ' fl ff V t A -1 , V ,,..,., , 4 ,Z f bb. ,.4A M Kg, P, ,, ,,,,, .,.. . , I , X .,., t , Alun , , , 1, , W , l .A ,... H W ' 1 .-., . ,. fg ,t Q f : . a t ' another Cinderella-type story at Arizona Western College this year. 4'--"' ' "" ge, H A """ s'r-wx., .ss ,xx W AQ XX XX ig. w X ix xx X N X VM X y Q M, m 'LQQx XMWQW, W NAM, Wm mf 'Us N -v-f N As in basketball, the Matadors were not given much of a chance in wrestling. But as the season progressed under first-year coach Glen Mayle, it became apparent that the AWC wrestlers would have to be taken seriously in Arizona Junior College Athletic Associa- tion competition. The Matadors breezed right through a 15-meet schedule with an 11-4 record. Two of those losses rful Glendale, a team who was supposed to win the state wres- came at the hands of powe tling title, while the other two defeats were from out-of-state opponents. Those two setbacks to out-of-state schools came on the day when the Western grapp- lers wrestled five matches in one day. During the season Western was selected to host the state junior college wrestling tour- nament and the Matadors came through in fine fashion by capturing the state champion- ship for the first time in the school's 10-year history. The state meet, which was one of the closest in the history of the Arizona Junior Col- lege Athletic Association, saw only nine points separate the five teams entered in the tour- nament. Western took first with 60w points while Central Arizona College was second with 58 points. Phoenix College was next with 57 V2 points while pre-tournament favorite Glen- dale was fourth with 52 V2 points. Mesa was last with 51 points. Ca turin individual state titles for the Matadors were 118-pound Eddie Knecth and P 8 126-pound John Knecth. Second place finishes went to 177-pound Dick Altenreid, 190- pound Bill Moody and unlimited wrestler Dan Prickett. Matador Keith Rhodes, a 150- pounder, was third as was 158-pounder Steve Campos. 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