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Senior Donna Guillermo takes a break from
Sponsor Mrs. Woodruff tells her opinion to
two Mu Alpha Theta members.
Senior Gerardo Chaparro helps out a fellow
Senior Donna Guillermo tutors before waking
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Members: Raquel Alba, Norbert
Ballard Monica Barria, Cindy Beck, Fer-
nie Carbajal, Priscilla Cardenas, Ronnie
Cardenas, Michael Carrizal, Norma
Casas, Gilbert Castillo, Gerardo
Chaparro, jeanette Chevalier, Beth
Cyprus, Bryce Danley, Vivian Davis,
David Dominguez, Leticia Dominguez,
joe Dylla, Carolyn Esparza, Elizabeth
Espinoza, Miguel Gamboa, Scott Gib-
son, Rosa Gomez, Octavio Gonzalez,
Donna Guillermo, Elia Hernandez, Mer-
cy Hernandez, Mark Hogue, james
Holt, Sharon Horak, Felipe jaramillo,
Pamela johansen, Scott johnson, Gabi
Kennarcl Cindy Kessel, Edith Lawson,
Alice Lo, Bonnie McDonald, George
Mader, Danny Marquez, Lisa Martinez,
Mike Mendoza, Charlotte Mullen, jen-
nifer Mullen, Liza Muro, james Ochoa,
Sandra Olmos, Sam Pedroza, Matthias
Peltz, Shaun Pressley, Marc Ranc, Susan
Reinhardt, Manny Reynoso, Rosanna
Rivera, Phyllis Roberts, Federico Rojas,
Arturo Romo, Anita Rosales, Mignon
Sass, David Schwartz, jim Scott,
jonathan Shukitt, Cynthis Simmons,
Sylvia Smythe, Lori Swopes, john Truitt,
Mark Upton, Van Wong, Susan Woo,
Students sho w intelligence
Mu Alpha Theta held meetings
on the second and fourth
This year's chapter of Mu Alpha An 80 percent average must also
Theta, the math club, consisted of be maintained in their math
seventy members, the largest classes, and an 80 percent Wednesday of the month and of-
group of students to belong to averagemust also be maintained ficer meetings were held on the
this club for many years. Members in all other courses. first and third Wednesdays. As a
of Mu Alpha Theta were led by This year's officers were: jim service to the school, members
sponsors Mrs. Gene Woodruff, Scott, President, Mercy Her- alternated to tutor students ha ving
Mrs. Mary Tra ylor, and Mrs. Alicia nandez, Vice President, Leticia problems in math before school in
Torres. Dominguez, Vice President, Man- Mrs. Woodruff's room. Members
To be eligible to become a ny Re ynoso, Treasurer, Liza Muro, also worked for various teachers
member, students must be enroll- Secretary, and Vivian Davis, junior during the mid-semester break to
ed in college preparatory math. Representative. raise money for the club.
Officers, Top Il-rj: Leticia Dominguez, Vice President, jim Scott, President, Mercy Hernandez, Vice President. Bottom ll-rj: Liza
Muro, Secretary, Vivian Davis, junior Representative, and Manny Reynoso, Treasurer.
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Where IS Junior leff Wagner! better half?
Brett Bardo and Shaun Presley look over a
Mr. Enger telling another "fish y" story-
Speech furnishes act-tion
The emotions, feeling, and hard Usually during a tournament
work are key attributes for there is a lot of other competition
creating a convincing character. and it can last up to two days. The
The drama classes did various exe club attends tournaments in the
ercises to develop these technie following areas, Poetry, Prose,
ques. Due to these class re- Pantomime, Extemporaneous
quirements drama students Speaking, and linpro visation,
established self-confidence and The club competed in speech
talent tolast throughout their tournaments at the following
lives. schools: Las Cruces, Coronado,
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Mr. Enger, jason Wagner, leff Wagner, Terri Melendez, Rene Hermosillo, Edith Lawson,
Shawn Presley, Gerald Vargas, and Brett Bardo.
Eastwood, Ysleta, and Irvin. They
also competed at the district 1 5-A
University interscholastic League
For the district one act play con
test, they performed a play titled
In The Shadow of The Glen by l.
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