Glendale High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Glendale, AZ)
- Class of 1972
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Athletics . . . . . p. 84
Classes . . . . p. 126
Academics . . . . . p. 206
Students . . living to fullest
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Running to class after stopping
for a Coke . . . wondering what ever
the office could want you for
now . .. the undying murmur ofthe
classroom ... and waiting for 3:00
to get to practice.
Then you start to wonder what
its all about. Especially when you
can't find enough hours in a day
to do everything. It'sjust high school
life. After a while it becomes a part
ofyou ...just as you are a part of it.
Still, as you live through its
experiences day to day it molds you
. . . characterizes a personality.
High school life makes us what we are
... makes me me . .. makes you you.
The opening of a school year is a
big event. Summer is over, ttoo soon
for mostj and another year is begin-
ning. Counselors, like Mr. Clever ffar
rightl, come early to assist students
with schedule preparation and final
The purchase of books is often a major
expense as the cash register shows
frightj. Students and parents often
wait in line for hours to get rid of
their money ttopj.
Registration is also a time to renew
friendships interrupted by summer.
Everywhere there are groups of people,
gathered to share three months of
gossip. Students are fresh, teachers
are renewed, and it seems possible,
just possible, that we'll make it
through another year.
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Black Ivory plays at Sweetheart dance
The sound of a rock band reverber-
ating from the gym, Mr. Feller stand-
ing at the door checking ID's - these
are the signs of a Glendale dance.
Everything from the informal Harvest
Dance to the hotly contested Prom -
a dance was always a sure draw for
Dances often featured Glendale talent
such as the Factory or Black Ivory.
Dress was sometimes casual, occa-
sionally formal but the result was
always the same - a chance to meet
friends and pass away a day's cares.
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The American Field Service strives
to promote understanding of various
cultures with the hope of achiving
international peace and brotherhood.
This is done by means of sending stu-
dents abroad to absorb another's life
Glendale has been fortunate to re-
ceive a foreign exchange student from
Austria, Maggie Mayer.
Glendale exported a foreign ex-
change student of its own. Martin
Klass Cabovej spent ten weeks living
with his "family" in Cheshire, Eng-
Nancy Meyers and Anne Determan,
Qbottom centerj were selected as
finalists in Glendale's American
Field Service Program. This gave
either girl a chance to spend a sum-
mer abroad if selected by the AFS
Board in New York.
Top Left: Maggie Mayer tells of her travel-
ling experiences at the International Banquet.
Top Center: Maggie finds American chores
comparable to those in Austria as she washes
dishes with her 'sister' Sandy Wheeler.
Bottom Left: Students enjoy selecting food
from an international menu at the Foreign
No program can be successful without money,
and the AFS is no exception. Students cannot
be sponsored to Glendale and no one can go
abroad without funds.
Clubs and organizations are asked to contri-
bute and separate fund-raising projects are held.
One of the most successful was the International
Banquet.Guest were served Sauerbraten and
Paella in addition to many other tempting for-
eign dishes, the Community support was en-
couraging and everyone hopes to see another
exchange student next year.
Austrlan exchange student
Top Left: Mrs. Doerrer and Betsy Beck pre-
pare to enjoy a delicious dinner at the lnler-
Above: Maggie Mayer poses with her American
family Mr. Wheeler, Sandy, Sherie, Mrs. Wheel-
er, and Fred.
Far Left: Sandy, Maggie, and Fred.
Left: Maggie and Sandy pose at the dining
just begun. . .M
"We've only just begun ... " With this
theme in mind Glendale students
began preparations for Homecoming
"7l. One of the major events of the
year, there was something for everyone
with floats to build, a pep rally, a
parade, a football game a all culmi-
nating in the traditional Homecoming
Clubs and classes started with float
theme, and rolls of chicken wire and
thousands of napkins found new
homes celebrating the hoped - for
downfall of the Paradise Valley
Trojans. Parade time came all too
soon, but reflected the high spirit
ofthe student body.
While the Cardinal football team was
not having one of its better seasons,
everyone looked forward to a victory.
But this was not to be. Paradise Valley
proved a very worthy opponent for
one of the closest games of the year.
Mistakes were costly and when the
final gun sounded, Glendale had lost
with a disappointing score of I4-15.
The highlight of the Homecoming cele-
bration came at halftime with the
Coronation of the royal court. Seniors
Gus Burruel and Bobbi O'Keefe were
elected by the students, attended by
Cyndy Furze, Freddie Espinoza,
Isabel Villa, and Jim Coronado. Tears
of joy and surprise were evident as
"Welve onlyjust begun .. . " became a
part of the past.
Top Left: Emotions run high as Queen Bobbi
and King Gus walk off the field following their
Top Right: Homecoming weather turns
unseasonably cold as the Dom-Don girls huddle
under blankets to keep warm.
Far Left: A Roman soldier exhorts his galley
slaves as the Latin Club Float sails down
Center Left: Attendants Cyndy and Freddie
smile for crowd.
Center Right: Attendants Isabel Villa and Jim
Coronado pause on field.
Above: Laughter takes the prize as Konni Allen
drives the GAA "f'loat."
features "Anne Frank"
THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK
Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett
Gerri Lee Frye
Cast in Order of Appearance
Mr. Frank .. . .... Mike Barnard
Miep .......... ................. P enny Prior
Mrs. Van Daan . . .... Jamie Griffis, Maggie Mayer
Mr. Van Daan . ................ Steve Allison
Peter Van Daan . . . ..... Dale Schoene
Mouschi ....... .... H ershey Mundy
Mrs. Frank .... .... V ikki Mehaffey
Margot Frank . . . . .Sharon Cavanaugh
Anne Frank .... .... ..... C y ndy Furze
Mr. Kraler . . ............... Jim Baird
Mr. Dussel . . . . . .Robert Haley, Skip Kaye
Top: Much of the play's action revolves around the romantic in-
terest which develops between Anne and Peter, children of the fam-
ilies hiding in the Secret Annexe. Here Anne and Peter spend one
oftheir precious hours of privacy.
Top Right: Long hours of rehearsal were evident in the production.
Shown here taking a brief respite are Mike Barnard, Dale Schoene,
Jamie Griffis and Maggie Mayer.
Right Center: Accompanying the Van Daans into their hiding place
was Peter's cat, Mouschi, who provided his master with hours of
pleasure. Until his disappearance, his docile presence on stage be-
came a fixture in the play.
Right: A crucial scene occurs when Anne has a terrible nightmare
and awakes screaming. Only her father can comfort her and he spends
time at her bed side, sharing his courage.
Far Right: During their two-year confinement, tempers grew hot
and frequently flared. Space, food, and the rigors of growing up
caused almost constant conflict. Here Mrs. Frank, Peter, Anne and
Mr. Dussel sit around the dining table pensively considering their
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Student Senate is a coordinating body
which attempts to organize and reg-
ulate the activities of all clubs on
campus. Sales, dances, or any other
functions must be scheduled through,
and approved by the Senate.
Several major projects were under-
taken through the direction of the
governing body. Second semester was
the beginning of campus beautifica-
tion drive, accomplished through the
work of various classes. One result
of this was the red and gold garbage
cans to match the green school. Now
the students on campus feel the Christ-
mas spirit all year long.
A new development was spirit week
held in March. Different classes and
clubs to set up booths, sell goodies,
and generally do anything to raise
the general attitude of accomplish-
originates Spirit Week
Above: Student Body Officers: Sandy Tolma-
choff, corresponding secretary: Sandy Forrey
recording secretary: Mike Barnard, president
Linda Fowler, vice-presidentg Cyndee Furzc
Left: Student Senate: Row l: L.Fowler, S
Vaughn, K.Robinson, S.Kress, B.Matsumori
C.Furze, S.Haver, G.Morcomb. Row 2: T.Sing
K.Wierson, T.Gracc, S.Forrey, D.Knulson, L
Morcomb, J.White, R.SuIzcr. Row 3: M.Kluss
S.Tolmachoff, G.Schmidt, L.Klass, B.O'Keefe
S.Curtin, G.Porch, P.Monge, G.Grace, Row 4
S.Trevey, D.Rhodes, B.Hugh, T.Bhrle.
Special events throughout the year provided
many different interests with something to see.
The Christmas assembly had choral music
fAboveJ as well as a rock band fLeftJ. There
were also political assemblies CTopj for the
civics classes. The Letterman's club sponsored
a basketball game between the Harlem Clowns
and the Glendale Faculty fTop Right, Center
Right, Bottom Righty.
Cardinal Court crowned in January
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Above: King Gary Sulzer and Queen Cyndy
Top Left: Attendants Sandy Tolmachoff and
Martin Klass, Right: Mike Barnard, Bonnie
Center Left: Coug Edwards, Sandy Grogg.
Right: Bob Mothershead, Carol Beier.
Bottom Left: Jodi Tenuta. Not Pictured Charlie
Goss. Right: Randy Porch, Janet Easley.
Floating streamers and dangling balloons set
the gay spring mood for the annual Sweetheart
Formal, sponsored by Tri-Hi-Y. Members
transformed the gym with multi-colored paper
and flowers. Sweethearts danced to the music
of Glendale's own Black Ivory. The Sweetheart
Queen and attendants were selected by the male
population of GHS, with each class being re-
Queen for the affair was Cyndy Furze. Senior
attendant was Bobbi O'Keefe, junior attendant
Lori George, sophomore attendant Debbie
Keyes, and freshman attendant Terri Gregory.
The royalty is shown with their escorts at right.
Right: Much of the action of "Oklahoma"
revolves around a love triangle. Two men,
Curley fthe romantic hero! and Jud fthe evil
antagonistj vie for the love of Laurie. Curley
wins and he and Laurie are married, but Jud
shows up hungry for revenge. They fight and
Jud falls on his own knife, killing himself.
Far Right: The comic "girl who can't say no,"
Ado Annie is one of the better known characters
from the play. Here she is shown with one of
her beaus, Ali Hakim, the Persian peddler, as
he demonstrates his wares to Aunt Eller.
Below: ln spite of Jud's death, the play has a
happy ending, "The Surrey with the Fringe on
Top" becomes more than just Curley's dream
as the cast escorts the happy couple from the
Below Right: In one of the loveliest scenes from
the play, Laurie has a dream about the future
with Jud and Curley. ln a beautifully chor-
eographed dance, Laurie sees herself as a bride
with a procession of attendants.
revived at Glendale
Rogers and Hammerstein
Gerri Lee Frye and Keith Maves
Musical Director Lyle Koch
Cast in Order of Appearance
Aunt Eller . . ..... Jamie Griflis, Linda Taylor
Curly ..... .................. S teve Allison
Laurey ....... .... L ee Ann Snyder, Mary Beth Fox
Ike Skidmore . . . ....... Bill Schroeder, Bob Haley
Fred ......... .............. . .Clinton Diftie
Slim ........ ....... J im Baird
Will Parker ..... . . .Mike Barnard
Jud Fry ........... .......... B ob Haley
Ado Annie Carnes . . . ..... Colleen Kennedy
Ali Hakim ........ ........ J im Barton
Gertie Cummings . . . ...... Gail Schneider
Ellen ............. .... M artha Maloney
Vivienne ....... ...... A nn Snowberger
Faye ......... ..... R oxanne Whitmoyer
Virginia ......... ...... S haron Cavanaugh
Andrew Carnes .... ........... M ark Gutzman
Cord Elam ..... .... J im Barton, Dale Schoene
Top: Harvest Queen and King, Valerie Lauchner
and Phil Shores.
Above Boy's Statezleff Bootz, Martin Klass,
and Robert Garland.
Top: Harvest Attendants Sam Patterson and
Center: Harvest Attendants Sherwin Lewis and
Below: Girl's Stateg Sandy Forrey, Kathy Wier-
son, Lisa Morcomb
Top Anytown, Gary Bowers, Patsy Leija, Mike
Barnard, Anna Hernandez. NOT PICTUREDZ
Mary Supensky, Nancy Myers, Judy Frazier,
Charlie Goss, Dale Jenkins, Gail Grace, Liz
Valenzuela, Robert Holsinger, Mike Goimarac.
Above Model UN: Row I: Shelley Haver, Julie
White, Gail Wager, Teodora Zuniga, Kim
Miller, Anna Hernandez, Sue Matsumori, Patsy
Leija, Carol Eppinger. Row 2:Anne Determan,
Barbara O'Keefe, Janice Rolls, Dan Ronnie,
Mr. Dainty, Terry Carter, Sandy Forrey, Judy
Top: Music Camp: Row lg Agusta Simpson,
Roxann Whitmoyer, Gail Morcomb, Tom Sing.
Row 2: Rod Federwisch, Jeanette Engell, Lisa
Morcomb, Charlie Goss, Skip Kaye.
Left: Publications Workshop: Mary Byrne, Dan
Ronnie, Jon Johnson. Not Pictured: Camille
Perren, Dollie Jimenez, Nancy Nielson.
Above: Seniors Students of Month Row l:
Sandy Forey, Janet Easley, Chris Traubel,
Doug Edwards, Row 2: Jamie Griffis, Mike
Barnard, Bonnie Hugh, Jodi Tenuta, Bob
Mothershead, Sandy Grogg Not Pictured:
Heather Boone, Duke Perkins, Mike O'Toole,
Stan Roper, Gary Sulzer, Jeff Bootz, Cindy
Furze, Martin Klass
Right: Rotarians Scott Lauehner, Gus Burruel,
Not Pictured: Jeff Bootz, Tom Sing, Eric
McKee, Peter Van Camp
Top: Lions Randy Wood, Ross Simons, Ken
Milhoan, Tom Bchrle, Gary Davis, Paul Rovery,
Mark Austin. Not Pictured: Bob Stinnett, Tim
Above: Junior Students of the Month: Row l:
Carol Eppinger, Sue Curtin, Barbara O'Keefe,
Angela Carl, Row 2: Tim Grace, Tom Behrle,
Gene Fredrick, Mike Tolmachoff, Paul Olson,
Tyrone Murdock, Steve Allison, Nancy Myers,
Crystal Milnes, Kent Norgren, Karen Shawer,
Shelly Haver. Not Pictured: Glen Watson, Tom
Brewer, Karen Wierson
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lf you visit the girls' gym any early
morning before school, you will see
quite a few girls looking very active
for' the early morning hours. It's not
easy to come to school every morning
feeling like dancing but somehowthe
pom-pon girls manage.
Having a fine precision line is a tradi-
tion with GHS, and this years squad
ably carried out the tradition. Hours
of practice were necessary for the
excellent performances at football
and basketball games. All the soph-
omore, junior and senior members
deserve a hearty round of congratu-
Top: Pom-Pon squad performs a hand routine
at the first pep assembly.
Center Left: Home basketball games are bright-
ened up with half-time shows by the Cardettes.
Center Right: Co-Captain's Heather Boone
and Janet Easley.
Right: The Cardettes keep basketball fans in
the Christmas spirit.
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Easley, l.Villa, C.Furze, S.l.indberg, K.Foisel
J.Seely, H.Boone, J.White, J.Marlin, S.Mat:
sumori. Row 2: G.Porch, L.Klass, K.Henson
J.Allison, D.Gennaco, S.Curlin, K.Shawver:
L.Gennuco, D.Shumway, Cliversolc, B.l.ind-
berg, S.Hutchison, S.Haven, S.Krcss.
Left: Senior Squad members Janet Easley,
Judy Martin, Julie White. Sue Malsumori,
Heather Boone, Cyndy Furze, lsahcl Villa,
Susan Lindberg, Karen Foisel, Jeanne Seely.
pride in school
No school can survive without spirit!
The cheerleaders have done a great job
this year, cheering at football and bas-
ketball games. The cheerleaders man-
aged to keep spirit up even during
times of crisis, backing the team 100W
The cheerleaders consist of both var-
sity and junior varsity squads. The var-
sity cheerleaders cheer at varsity
games, both home and away. The
junior varsity cheerleaders cheer at
both junior varsity and freshman
games. The cheerleaders are in charge
of pep club which puts on a pep rally
each year, and other activities to boost
spirit. Both cheer and pep club are
sponsored by Mrs. Sally Jones.
Varsity Cheerleaders: Angela Carl, Chris Trau-
bcl, Crystal Milnes, Jodi Tenuta, Carol Bier
FHA: K.Dalstra, C.Bailey, D.DeRemer, D.
Muse, D.Pledger, L.Winfield, M.Winfield
M.Armenta, R.Muse, S.Spurlock
Right: Students for Social Improvement: Row l
F.Cole, C.Gentry, J.Crowe, K.Martin, P.l-lig
gins, K.Lewis. Row 2: C.Preston, K.Pakos, B.
Mclntosh, B.Prentice, N.Roberts, D.Hattery
T.Sansom, Mr. Forsman, P.Leija, R.Shire-
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Not all clubs at Glendale are large,
and it is in some of the smaller ones
that students enjoy themselves most.
FTA provides an outlet for those who
may consider education as a career.
They frequently serve in elementary
schools as aides to the teachers.
Bat Girls was formed last spring as a
female auxiliary for ths baseball team.
They are the official rooters and they
also care for equipment.
FHA members may be those interested
in the domestic arts. They held a cup-
cake sale early in the year and
planned a pretzel sale for late spring.
F.T.A. QLeft to Righty: T.Wcckesser, C.Cun-
ningham, S.Branham, J.Rall, Mrs. Hullihen
Batgirls fLeft to Righty L.George, K.Miller,
FFA, as always, was an extremely
active club. Besides sponsoring the
Harvest and Rodeo dances, they also
cultivated and cared for a large flower
bed in front ofthe library.
Radio club had a sale of widely various
items, ranging from candles to screw-
FFA Rowl BBa1ley NKolb SLeForce V
Lauchner, C.Nelson, L.White, J.Nelson, B
Curl, D.Walker. Row 2: E.Quamme, K,Pakos
.l.McMillan, l.Matsumori, M.Perez, K.Fiori
B.Matsumori. Row 3: J.Graham, K.Wimer, 'I'
Randolph, B.Blackburn, K.Talbert, Row 4
R.Ratliff, B.Fenwick, S.Patterson, R.Shafer
R.Grady. Row 5: G.Hodgkins, P.Shoares, B
Nouzouvsky, L.Giblin, D.Doucet, D.Peterson
Row 6: S.Lewis, M.Wiese, L.Lauchner, G.Black
to vocational interests
,,t ' Radio Club Row l: Jeff Fogelson, Steve Sny
der, Mitch Malone Row 2: Bill Holsingcr
Ken Sutton, Gary Dunn, Row 3: Tom Hardesty
Probably the newest club on campus
is the Yoga Club, dedicated to in-
creasing awareness and understanding
through Yoga and meditation. The
group meets frequently with outside
leadership and has already gained a
Latin Club has grown in size as interest
in the language has increased. Building
a lovely float for the homecoming
parade was a major effort and earned
them a sincere congratulations.
French Club has also increased in
membership. This group has done
much to raise funds for the Bettye
Beauchamp Scholarship Fund which is
awarded to some student in French at
the end ofhis senior year.
French Club Row l:Joyce Light, Marice
Williams, Patsy Leija, Lois Light, Marina
Bouchard, Wendy Douglass Row 2: Mrs. Land,
Melinda Coyle, Roxanne Reynolds, Joie
Hutchings, Rhonda Bitterli, Diana Johnson,
Patti Pace Row 3: Gayle Morgan, Gail Lyons,
Latin Club Row l:C.Milnes, K.Norgren, V
Mehaffey, J.Quinnett, B.Mahoney, G.Cones
J.Zuniga. Row 2:Miss Nelson, B.Fleming
.I.Tieleman,' T.Tccham, P.Sidinger, C.Morgan
T.Cantarell, K.Heistand, M.Cudmore, B.With
row, C.Kurtz, A.Bloomer, M.Simpson, K
Mahoney, .l.Pierce, K.Talbert, M.O'Keefe, J
Davis, D.l-lutton, M.McKnight, G.Bowers.
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Yoga Club:K.Martin, J.Hensley, M.Persons,
A.Dashnaw, J.Morrison, N.Rodgers, M.Klass,
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Pretzels big at GHS
Languages are among the very popular
classes for students. This year five
languages were offered and there were
clubs to go along with all of them.
German Club, a very large club, is
famous for its pretzel sales, always
popular and guaranteed to earn mon-
ey. German Club has been very benev-
olent with its money, giving large
sums away for various purposes.
Russian Club is composed of many
members of Glendale's Russian Com-
munity, as the caption shows. Even
though interest in this group seems
to be dying out, it is hoped that it
In the Southwest Spanish is bound to
be a winner. Spanish Club was instru-
mental in planning the Foreign Lan-
guage Banquet and planned to sell
flowers and Spanish food during
Spanish Club Far Left: Row l:C.Hauserman,
D.Melcher, B.Neilson, E.Bryan, H.Perez, T
King, L.Trainer. Row 2:M.Simpson, A.Deter-
man, L.Ong, L.Wallat, T.Sagrillo, M.lVlayer,
T.Carter, M.Wykoff, C.Derenburger, S.
German Club Above: Row l: C.Johnson, J
Sutter, J.Griffis, D.Johnson, E.Fenwick, S
Kalnas, J.Johnson. Row 2: P.Siebert, M
Cooper, G.Sulzer, R.Rademacher, l.MaL-
sumori, D.Bills, K.Wells, R.Sulzer, K.Elgie
Row 3: Mr. Feller, J.Maywald, G.Hansen, D
Mahnke, A.Simpson, T.Hatton, S.Wiles, P
Boutell, G.Barden, S.Litlle, C.Aker, .I.0verLon,
D.Gennaco, D.Ronnie, K.Henson, B.SuIzer, S
Kress, F.Fcight, M.Kalnas, J.Carland, K.Roose-
velt, S.Daum, B.Matsumori.
Russian Club Left: M.Popol'f, E.Tolmachofl',
L.Petroff, M.Tolmachoff, P.Petroff, C.Love-
lady, J.Tolmachol'f, D.'I'olmachoff, A.Tolmac-
hoff, M.Tolmachofl', Mr. Wucinich.
This year's Hi-Y Conquistadors were
molded into what a service club is
supposed to be by a strong club's
will to do something.
Various community service projects
found their way from the group hier-
archy to the rest ofthe club and vice
versa.With cooperation from Tri-Hi-
Y on joint projects the Hi-Yers or-
ganized a Halloween party for Glen-
dale children and a holiday food drive.
Their attentions were also directed to
Arizona Model Legislatureg in which
they participated, sponsoring a bill
on basic human rights. Their parti-
cipation in a charity basketball troun-
cing of FFA and a float built for the
Gomper's parade heightened club spirit
Hi-Y Row l: Mr. Fleming, M.Boess, C.Goss,
R.Porch, V.Mensendick, F.Davis, T.Murdock,
G.Davis, B.Little, B.Mothershead, M.Klass
Row 2: S.Kaye, D.WMahnke, D.Edwards, V.
Bootz, B.Echert, R.Fedenwisch, M.Person, D.
Perkins, K.Springmann, G.Burruel, T.Berhle,
D.Ronnie, J.Hensley, C.Rhodes, M.Refermat.
Right: Rod Federwisch, Sgt.-at-arms,Robert
Garland, Vice-President, Randy Porch, Tres.
Martin Klass, President. Stan Stewart, Chap-
lain. Not Pictured: Marvin Person, Secy.
Tri-Hi-Y M.Nielson, L.Morcomb, L.Scheerer
K.Henson, K.Wicrson, J.0'Brien, B.Ok'Keefe
J.Engnell, R.Whitmoyer, K.Shawvcr, Mrs
Smith, M.Supensky, T.Carter, S.Forrey, A
Hernancez, M.McKnight, D.Miller, B.Mor-
comb, B.Hugh,, N.Roberts, B,Prentice, P
Leija, H.Boone, S.Matsumori, D.Springman
K.Foisel, J.Stewart, J.Frazier, S.Haver.
National Honor Society Row l: B.Mothers-
head, .l.Martin, S.Matsumori, R.Whitmoyer,
J.Easley, P.Kleinschmidt, K.Mccll, T.Sing,
Row 2: S.Tolmachoff, T.Sagrillo, S.Forrey, H.
Boone, D.Springman, C.Goke, Row 3: B.Burns,
B.Hugh, J.Bootz, J.Engnell, K.Keesling, L.
Morcomb, P.Sidinger, M.Klass.
Helping to raise money for better un-
derstanding among countries was
AFS, particularly through the foreign
exchange program. A major fund rais-
ing event of the year was the Inter-
national Banquet, held at Thunder-
bird Graduate School. This club
worked in conjunction with the com-
munity committee oflike purpose.
AFS Row l: P.Siebert, S.Wheeler, R.Rade-
macher, S.Griffis, L.Klass, M.Barnard,S.Men-
dez, Row 2: L.Stevens, M.Mayer, T.Lentz, S.
Haver, C.Gilmore, N.Meyers, K.Shawver, S.
Voice of the Students
Hi-Lites Staff: Kim Appleby,Marla Cones,
Jamie Griffis, Mrs. White, Kathy Meell, Fred
Davis, Debbie Gennaco, Camille Perren, .lim
Coveney, Dixie Miller.
A man named Desmond Morris once
wrote a book entitled THE HUMAN
ZOO: his inspiration could well have
been the 1972 Cardinal Staff. Hours
of sitting in a green room and'bounc-
ing ideas off the walls is not designed
to foster sanity and the staff members
were "living" testimony to this.
Work began Feb. 25 for a March l
deadline, or so it seemed when workers
discovered the mountains of pages yet
to be finished. Between the dryer's
hungry appetite for pictures and the
absent-minded editor, disaster was
always imminent. The advisor found
it difficult to get home without car
keys which took up semi-permanent
residence in the editor's pocket.
Life was never dull, Two resident
monsters appeared. One, Aqualung,
was fond of leaving grim calling
cards. Another, The Vampire, actually
became a pet and was fed at regular
intervals. But Carol and Gloria wore
their hair long and were safe - Big
Spurred on by dancing girls, soldiers,
and scarlet women, devotion to school
for was it just plain stupidityj reigned
and somehow everything was finished.
Now, watch this . . .
Top Left: Editor Dan Ronnie climbs the walls
Top Right: Class editor Carol Eppinger search-
es through endless stacks of negatives.
Upper Center Left: Academics and faculty edi-
tor .lon Johnson finds solitude in the dark room.
Upper Center Right: Becki Rohrs confronts
Center Left: Photographer Eric Mecham looks
questioningly at the rest ofthe staff.
Center Right: Advisor Laura Claunch can't
find enough hands to do everything.
Right: Typist Gloria Eppinger takes a break
with Theresa Damiani.
Opposite Page: Eric Mecham, Miss Claunch,
Carol Eppinger,Gloria Eppinger, .lon Johnson,
Debbie Edwards, Dan Ronnie, Beckie Rohrs.
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Matmaids Row l: K.Wierson, S.Crooks, K
Gaydosz, D.Wanamaker, K.Bokowski, D
Mahnke, J.Tardy, T.Caliendo, B.O'Keefe, K
Wierson. Row 2: D.Heltzel, K.Hugh, D.Mahnke
G..Iacobs, S.Forrey, B.Hugh, J.Livgny, T
Carter, N.Rainey, D.Jacobs.
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have been organized to assist athletic
teams in their endeavors. Two such
groups are Matmaids and Spikettes,
auxiliaries for wrestling and track,
Girls in these groups help out by
keeping records, handling equipment,
and generally making themselves
useful. They also provide a cheering
section for the teams. This is parti-
cularly important since these clubs
are most concerned with sports which
are not heavily attended by the general
Spikettes Row l: A.Perkins, G.Giblin, S.Stin-
nett, S.Vaughn, Anderson, P.Hanscom, L.Gal-
legos, V.Edmondson, Row 2: B.Parker, D.Hood,
L.Galler, G.Sanchez, L.Ruddell, P.Espinoza,
N.Coronado, D.Anderson, R.Astemborski, M.
Left: Bonnie Hugh helps out by keeping score
at a wrestling match.
Top Great Books Club Row l: T.Sagrillo, L
Morcomb, J.White, C.Furze, Row 2: M.Klass
E.Sifuemes, G.Bowers, T.Sing, M.Person, K
Above Speech Club Row 1: M.McKnight, D
Schoene, K.Gorman, J.Griffis, D.Harrigan
A.Dashnaw. Row 2: C.Eppinger, G.Hartman
B.Haley, D.Miller, E.Pevler, J.Earls.
The English department has fostered
several clubs as extensions of regular
classes. The Great Books group met
regularly to read discuss recognized
Quill and Scroll is a national journal-
istic society which sponsors scholar-
ships every year to Publications Work-
shop. The primary fund-raiser is the
Annual Brawl where yearbooks are
The Speech Club has been quite active,
attending several tournaments and col-
lecting honors. They also visited an
Indian hospital at Christmas and laid
plans for a Teacher Talent Show.
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Quill and Scroll: Marla Cones, Mrs. D.White,
Kathy Meell, Camille Perren, Jamie Griffis,
Mary Byrne, Gary Bowers, Fred Davis, Karen
Clubs gain work experience
Connected with the cooperative work
programs are the DECA, VICA, and
COE groups. All of the students are
interested in the world of work and
express through their jobs for which
they receive school credit.
Hosting and attending state conven-
tions are part of the picture and a
major event is the annual DECA
DECA Row l: C.Armij0, P.Tolmachoff, D.
Tolmachoff, T.Miraldi, G.Giblin, J.Barton.
Row 2: K.Garlin, .l.Fredericks, D.H0od, J
Gulliver, J.Turner, S..luarez, .l.Hailey, R.Ross,
H.Barton, Row 3: Mr. Palmer, J.Earls, J
Vell, L.Carrill0, G.Hirth, P.Gilberl, J.Coro-
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Both Thespians and Lyre's Club are
creative groups, interested in the
performing arts of drama and instru-
mental music.Thespians are largely
involved with the fall play and winter
musical, this year presenting "The
Diary of Anne Frank" and "Okla-
Lyre's Club was responsible for a
welcome addition to the school lunch
hour, a juke box in the cafeteria.
This has been a tremendous hit with
everyone and certainly gets a workout
Thespians Row l: K.Norgren, M.Fox, N.Sever-
in, D.Abrams, J.Griffis, B.O'Keel'e, N.Curl.
Row 2: D.Schoene, D.Ronnie, C.Kennedy, S.
Spinnella, M.Mundy, M.Barnard. Row 3: Kris
Krening, M.Maloney, K.Benge, P.Sidinger, G.
Porch, J.Maher, A.Simpson, L.Webb. Row 4:
S.Haven, J.Canafax, S.Forrey, K.Hugh, L.Mc-
Cutcheon, D.Blase, Row 5: E.Pevler, J.Cox,
K.Maunu, .l.Baird, B.Schroeider, V.Mehaffey,
Right: The Thespian production of"Oklahoma"
required considerable dancing talent as well
as singing and acting, as shown here by Lee
creativit of members
Lyres Club Row l: .l.Fortner, M.Cross, G,Dunn
B.Wilkins, L.Light, S.Nelson, M.Maloney, A
Wade, D.Stanniec, G.Wager. Row 2: D.Mc-
Cutcheon, J.Maywald, R.Whitmoyer, G.Mor-
comb, G.Simpson, R.Bitterli, P.Smith, K.Gor-
man, E.Vasquez, L.Morcomb, R.McCormick
J.Engnell, Row 3: K.Sidinger, D.Thorson, R
Estes, S.Hoover, M.Mount, A.Oullette, S
Mills, R.Shireman, P.Hartsock, L.Kinslow
P.Flint, C.Lyongs, Row 4: S.Kaye, J.Doug-
lass, J.Estes, Rhodes, .l.Lokey, B.Kitchen, L
Wolfe, T.Williams, C.Decker, J.Mitchell, D
Taylor, P.Pace, J.Cox, D.Hart, C.Decker.
Clowns basketball game
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Soph. GAA Row l: D,Wcst, W.Douglass, L
Light, K.Krenning, G.Jacobs, D.Anderson, S
Santa Maria, S.Stinnett, M.O'Keefe. Row 2
S.Allen, B.Sansom, P.Twardy, D.Heltzel, L
Petroff, D.Keyes, P.Potteet, D.Knutson Row 3
P,Contes, P.Siebert, A.Griner, J.Garland, L
Johansen, G.Simpson, J.C0okman Row 4: K
Bloss, C.Eversole, C.Ussery, R.Cordrey, K
Junior, Senior GAA Row I: S.Grogg, K.Wier-
son, P.Center, J.Behrle, K.Foisel, S.Hornung
S.Lindberg, J.Stewart, K.Gaydorz, K.Allen
D.Ashinhurst, C.Milnes Row 2: J.Easley, J
Tenuta, D.Wanamaker, J.PO'Brien, K.Millcr
D.Edwards, N.Kmetko, J.Frazier, S.LeForce
T.Samson, S,Kress, S.Curtin Row 3: H.Boone
G.Morcomb, L.Morcomb, P.Leija, C.Decker, B
0'Keefe, K.Wierson, D.Jacobs, L.FowIer, N
Girls are sports-minded, too, and not
just as fans. GHS has varied athletic
programs going for females outside of
the regular P.E. classes.
Probably the largest club on campus
is GAA. Here girls have a chance to
participate in many different activities,
some even coeducationally. Volley-
ball, archery, bowling, and field
hockey arejust a sampling.
Social events are also prominent. One
of the most popular is the GAA
slumber party, this year held in the
girls' gym. No one did very much
sleeping but then that's not what
slumber parties are for.
Symphonic Choir Row l: P.King, K.Benge, M. Escobedo, D.Wells, P.King. Row 2: C.Gilbcrt, man, C.Dift'ic, C.Goss, L.Kluss, B.Purkcr, M.
Combs, T.lilmer, D.Sunders, G.C-illespir, J. K.Munce. l,.Matsumolo, T.Elmcr, M.Gut1- O'Kccfe, D.Muse, L.Mcchum. Row3C.Britton,
Clivcrsole, V.MuHuffcy, D.Sch0enc, .l.Bz1ird, Turley, G.Scheidcr, Sfolcgrovc, D.Smilh, S.Snydcr
R.Fcnler, B.Schodcr, B.Hulcy, Jwlenkins, B.
Ensemble Row 1 RLarkin, .l.Canafax, V.
Heeren LTayIor M Fox L.Anderson, Row 2:
JCox KNorgren MMcCutchion, T.Knud-
sen BOKeefe SAlhson L.Snyder, K.Maunu
Beginning Girls Chorus Row l: D.Dewey
D.Snowberger, L.Morre, J.Duke, T.Dirrus:
J.Bumgardner, L.Hixson, D.West, M.Bouchard
B.Fatnu, B.Curl, L.Santa Maria. Row 2: .I
Garar, J.VanDyke, D.Ronnie, J.Darby, D.Mar-
tin, D.George, L.McHutchings, N.Coronado, K.
Harcg, J.Jones, A.Mecham, C.Ayatte. Row
3: D.Barnett, G..lohnson, P.Seitz, F.Escobedo,
K.Bloss, S.Gutymar, C.Elmos, W.DeNeies,
L.Comtors, K.KeWis, S.Peck, M.Allison
Boys Chorus QLeft to Righty Dave Wood, Tom
Sanders, Bob Maze, Andy Kelly, Brad Herring,
Advanced Girls Chorus Row l: S.Hutchison,
G.Porch, J.Scudder, M.Maloney, M.Huff-
man, S.Cavanaugh, M.Scibilia, A.CarI, D.
Holston, Row 2: R.Muse, K.Knutsen, A.Snow-
berger, S.Whitaker, T.Mccham, P.Sidinger,
C.Brown, P.Prior, C.Egle, A. Hospi.
Top: Majorettes Brenda Sulzer, Theresa Tobley,
Above: Tumblers Gail Schneider, Cindy Decker,
Right: Drum Major Charlie Goss
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M.Mount, G.Morcomb. Row 2 T.Sing, J..lohn
son, G.Gilman, R.Whitmoycr, M.Maloncy, R.
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Hartmann, S.Servcllo, S.Mclzler, T.Williums, Bell, K.Wells, J.Cox, R.Federwisch, J.Estes. Wolfc,C.Duily,B.Wilkins,K.Muuncr.
Orchestra Row l: B.Rohrs, C.Goss, A. Oul-
ette, A.Simpson, D.Taylor, L.Morcomb. Row
2: R.Estes, L,Light, R.Whitmoyer, J.Engncll,
G.Morcomb, T.Sing, G.Gilman, S.Nelson, R.
Maynes. Row 3: K.Gorman, P.Harstock, T.
Williams, J.Lokey, A.Wade, R.Balch, R. Fe-
derwisch, J.Cox, .l,Estes, R.Shireman. Row 4:
C.Lyons, C.Fugit, L.Wolfe, K.Maunu, S,Kaye.
Bottom: Robin Maynes looks oblivious to
the fact that there is a photographer in the
Intermediate Band Row l: R.BitterIi, D.Hart,
E.Wemz, J.Sutter, S.Melzler, K.Stapleu, C
Kinsey. Row 2: R.Shireman, P.Pace, D.Melch-
er, R.Cunningham, G.Dunn, S.Hoover, V.John-
ston, M.Moult0n, F.Feighl, S.Ainslie, Row 3
J.Wisse, E.Vasquez, A.Aguilur, P.Espinoza
D.Ortiz, R.McCormick, L.Kinslow, R.Balch
A.Brouhard, P,Davis, D.Spidel. Row 4: J.Offen-
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burger, .I.Mitchell, S.Mills, B.Holsinger, D.
Stanniec, S.Compton, D.Thorson, M.Wykoff,
B.Loden, B.Geho, C.Maynes, T.Ortiz, P.Smith,
M.Cross. Row 5: K.Sidinger, S.Foster, .l.Doug-
lass, R.McKnight, J.Rich, C.Eugle, G.Batty,
Top: Lisa Morcomb finds u moment of soli-
tude in a busy days rehearsal.
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reflects tough opposition
One thing that can be said about the
l97l football season is that it was a re-
building year. 5 seniors started on of-
fense, and four on defense, leaving
juniors and sophomores to supply the
bulk ofthe team.
ln the first game ofthe year the mighty
Cards tspoken of as Hhighlytregarded'
by the ARIZONA REPUBLICJ in-
vaded Scottsdale only to be scattered
across the field by a very strong Bea-
ver offense, 49-7
The St. Mary's Knights have been
beaten Glendale the last four years,
but Glendale's hopes to end it were
shattered 42- l 2.
The team looked alive, even though
they lost I3-12 to the Sunnyslope
Vikings,Gus Burruel ran 75 yards to
set up a 7-yard run by Glen Watson.
The other score came when Gary Sul-
zer picked up a fumble and went 20
yards for a touchdown.
Cortez threw a bomb at the Cards
when they invaded Glendale and
turned them back by the sad and
somewhat familiar score of 49-7.
The Cards experimental "Big-Man"
backfield proved too much as they up-
set the Moon Valley Rockets I5-l4.
Scott Lauchner ran eleven consecu-
tive times, finally plunging over from
the one-yard line. On the extra point
attempt a bad snap from center forced
Maher to pick up the loose ball and
scramble into the end zone for two
Moon Valley retaliated with a score
in the second period but before the
half had ended the "BM" backfield,
this time lead by Bob Stinnett, scored
again with Big Bob bulling over from
the 5-yard line.
Glendale bombed the Washington
Rams in their first league game 17-0.
Gus Burruel was on target as he al-
ternated throwing to receivers Sulzer,
Bokowski, and Ezell. LarryMaher
kicked a 38-yard field goal to round
out the scoring.
Glendale returned home after two
road games to face the Brophy Bron-
cos. The Cards were greatly outmus-
cled and were considerably smaller as
they went down heavily by the score
On a cold and windy night in early
November Glendale was sadly dis-
appointed as they were edged, 15-
14 by the much larger Paradise
TOP LEFT: "Big Bad" Bob Stinnett breaks
for a big gain against the Moon Valley Rockets.
ABOVE: A Moon Valley defender makes a des-
perate attempt, but Stinnett hauls the pass in,
FAR LEFT: In the last game ofthe season with
the Prescott Badgers, the parents of the varsity
players were honored in a traditional pre-game
LEFT: A determined Mark Austin brings down
a Brophy Bronco receiver.
In the third quarter the Cards drove to
score, with Bob Stinnet capping the
drive on a one-yard smash. Paradise
Valley quickly retaliated with a score,
but early in the fourth quarter Glen-
dale came back on a 2-yard run by
Burruel. The Trojans scored a few
Glendale went up to Flagstaff with
hopes of their third victory only to
come home empty handed. The Cards,
expecting the Eagles to be a push-
over, were bounced 32-0.
The Cards closed out the season on a
winning note with a 27-20 upset over
Prescott. Bob Stinnett ran 7 yards for
a score on the first series. In the second
half a fired up team, lead by Burruel,
scored again, and with a two point
conversion they tied it at 14 all. The
last two scores came on a 47-yard
pass to Bokowski and a one-yard run
Cardinal force backed by many
TOP: Cardinal linemen, Kurt Springman,
Stan Stewart, and Dave Bokowski follow the
play against the Flagstaff defenders.
TOP CENTER: Jim Coveney, in a futile at-
tempt, almost stops a Brophy runner.
ABOVE: Coaches Steve Preston and Al Mu-
noz grimace, while John Torok shouts orders
during a practice session.
RIGHT: Jim Coveney slows down a Brophy
player, giving Mark Austin time to get in
position for the tackle.
Scottsdale lost 49
St. Mary's lost 42
Sunnyslope lost I4
Cortez lost 49
Moon Valley won l5
Washington won 17
Brophy lost 42
1 Paradise Valley lost l5
i Flagstaff lost 32
w Prescott won 27
r Season record w f I 3
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VARSITY FOOTBALL ROW 1: Coach Mu-
noz, M.Boess, T.Grace, A.Reeths, P.Inoshita,
H,Chambers, B.Zielinski, J.Ezell, J.Coveney
B.Kolb, S.Rohertson. M.Wenrick. B.Kitchen
R.Beier, G.Davis. D.Woods. ROW 2: L.Garcia
B.Mothershead, R.Kescoli, D.Tolmachoff, J
Hayes, G.Burruel, S.Willis, D.Bokowski, A
Tolmachoff, S.Stewart, L.Carrillo, K.Spring-
man, C.Vasil, B.Stinnett, G.Watson, T.Brewer
Coach Torok. ROW 3: L.Maher, A.Ochoa, M
Austin, D.Edwards, M.Tolmachoff, P.Rovey
S.Lauchner, D.Perkins, B.Nouzousky, J.Brink
T.Behrle, P,Brown, C.Preston, B.Burns.
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JV FOOTBALL ROW li S.Sexton, .l.T0l
choff, A.Hampton, D.Robinson, J.Perez,
Goss, R.Mills, S.Hernandez, D.Bellemore,
Maynes, J.Gaylord, J.McMillan. ROW
Coach McAnerny, M.Popoff, R.Salcido,
Kruppe, J.Graham, P.Pelroff, C.Conncll,
J UNIOR VARSITY
St. Mary's won I2-0
Sunnyslope won 32-6
Cortez tie 0-0
Moon Valley lost 28-6
Washington lost 6-0
Brophy 1051 l4-0
Paradise Valley lost 14-0
Arcadia won 20-I2
Apollo won 21-18
W fm 4-4-1
Spiguzza, D.Bills, R.Grady, R.Fowler, W.Mor
timer, Coach Pollaro. ROW 3: .l.Danielek, A
Resendes, L.Aldama, S.Mank, D.Wagner, M
France, S.Tardy, J.Sanchez, E.Bull, F.Spl1r
finish with 4-4-l season
The Junior Varsity football team,
coached by Mr. Russell McAnerny,
finished out their season with a record
of four wins, four losses, and one tie.
Due to the fact that they lost many
valuable players to the varsity squad,
that was considered a very success-
The team was small and performed
well above their capabilities, even
when they lost. Coach McAnerny
stated, "This is the finest bunch of
kids I ever worked with, they would
always try hard, even with adverse
Phil Goss lead the team at quarter-
back and the defense was lead by mid-
dlelinebacker Tony Gonzalez and de-
fensive end Dave Wagner. The 1971
J.V. football squad has definite talent
for next year's varsity squad.
LEFT: An Apollo runner doesn't get far as a
tough J.V. defender brings him down.
ABOVE: Larry Aldama twists and turns his way
to extra yardage against the Hawks of Apollo.
ABOVE RIGHT: J.V. player looks for a hole
in the opponents defense.
RIGHT: J.V. coaches Russell McAnerny and
Freshmen show pr1m1se for future
Sunnyslope WOR 6-0
Moon Valley w0n 14-8
Washington WON 14-0
Brophy lost 16-0
Paradise Valley WON 30-8
Arcadia lost 14-12
Cortez WOT! 38-20
Apollo won I8-0
Season record wfl 6-2
Row 1: Coach Roether, Steve Coronado, Lynn
LaComb, Max Parson, F.Hernandez, Bob
Evants, Steve Wiles, Mark Manning, Rich
Menchaca, Jon Godinez, Coach Cooke. Row 2:
Mark France, Larry Lick, Bob Overton, Don
Walker, Robin McKnight, Bob Jenkins, David
Trier, Terry Guest, G.Rengstoorf, Bill Davi-
son, Bill Burkus, Jeff Price. Top Row: John
Soares, Bob armijo, Brad Jamison, Mark Rooks,
Richard Dorsey, Phil Brown, David Lindemuth,
Mick Salinas, Earl Pruett, Ray Espinoza.
Moon Valley won
South Mountain won
Season record wf l f t
FROSH B Row l: .l.Standrige, K.Wells, S.
Carl, S.McDonald, J.Patterson, J.Vesley, K.
Fellers, M.Vasil, S.Collier. Row 2: M.Perez,
P.Smith, Walker, T.RandoIph, C.Fleming, R.
Letner, J.English, C.Dillahunty. Row 3: T.
Bolin, I.Mathews, B.Preusser, R.Shoptaw, li.
Turley, J.Zuniga, S.AIlen, A.White.
Frosh A Coaches Mike Roether fTop Lefty and
Dave Cooke f'l'op Righty Frosh B Coach
Gus Pappas QAboveJ.
rated 5'-'fl in state
Freddie Espinoza won the Prescott
Invitational, Thunderbird Invita
tional, and all the regular season meets.
The team's season opened with a tri
meet against Alhambra and Central.
The Cardinals won those two handily.
Sunnyslope fell to the Cardinals in a
meet that led up to the Thunderbird
Invitational. Freddie Espinoza won
this race. The Redbird runners then
Moon Valley, Washington and Bro-
phy all handed the Cardinal runners
defeats. Then came the Squaw Peak
Invitational. Freddie Espinoza led all
the way on this tough, rocky course
until a half-mile from the finish when
he tripped. He got up to finish third.
Juan Gatica finished a strong 28th.
The Cardinals then lost to Paradise
Valley, Flagstaff, and Prescott in
VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY K.Tucker,
.I.Gatica, F.Espinoza, K.Milhoan, T.Escamillo,
RIGHT: Mark Hanes makes a tired finish at
the division meet.
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TOP LEFT: Richard Herrera passes up an op-
ponent in the division meet.
ABOVE: Freddie Expinoza approaches first-
place trophy he won at Prescott Invitational.
LEFT: Juan Gatica takes time out for a
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TOP: Coach Bill Smith and Freddie Espinoza
walk as Freddie rests from his first place effort.
RIGHT: The division meet finds Tony Esca-
millo striding hard ahead of opponents.
ABOVE: John Popoff dogs on the heels of his
team mates, as coach Smith watches on.
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Cross Country covers grueling courses
JV-FROSH CROSS COUNTRY ROW l
H.Craft, B.Pittaway, J.Ronquillo, A.Bustoz
ROW 2: G.Waltman, M.Hanes, B.Holsinger
Cardinal cagers aim for finals
McClintock lost 59-65
St. Mary's won 91-65
Paradise Valley won 67-44
Moon Valley won 78-61
Brophy won 76-64
Washington won 84-64
Sunnyslope won 59-56
Cortez won 66-63
Prescott won 77-75
Moon Valley won 57-55
Flagstaff won 76-63
St. Mary's lost 68-69
Paradise Valley won 63-57
Brophy won 69-66
Flagstaff won 76-59
Washington won 66-64
Sunnyslope won 60-52
Cortez won 74-60
Prescott won 68-59
Westwood lost 64-80
McClintock won 79-73
Brophy lost 69-70
Season Record wfl 18-4
Above: Gary Sulzer moves inside with a fast
dribble while the play sets up.
Top Center: A Moon Valley Rocket uses hands-
off policy as Gary Sulzer goes in for an easy
Far Right: A Prescott player's reach in not quite
long enough to keep Ray Blevins from hitting
Right: Gary Sulzer is up for the shot past
Glendale had its finest season in years
during the l97l-1972 campaign,
finishing with a I7-l record which was
tops in the Skyline Division.
Leading the Glendale charge this year
was Gary Sulzer, averaging l6.0 pts.
per game and Eric McKee, averaging
17.0 pts. per game and 12.0 rebounds.
Along with this tremendous two-some
great contributions were made by Stan
Roper, Doug Edwards, and Ray
Blevins. Great part time work was
done by Jerry Mensendick and "The
Animal," Rod Federwisch.
With such a great team record, the
Cards had to play as a team and under
pressure as they did many a game.
Every team seemed to be out to gun-
down the Birds but Glendale refused
to yield to any of the challenging
opponents. Coming from behind is
the mark ol' a championship team and
the Cards proved worthy ofthe state-
ment by never giving up when down.
VARSITY BASKETBALL Kneeling: R.Wood,
S.Belk, S.Roper, .l.Mensendick, R.Hutchison,
G.Fredericks, M.Williams. Standing: F.Spur-
lock, L.Carrillo, M.Schmidt, D.Edwards, R.
Blevins, R.Federwisch, E.McKee, M.Tolmach-
off, G.Sulzer, Coach Gualdoni, T.Murdock.
Glendale fast break undoes division foes
if QQ? , 5
The teams morale definitely a big
part in the success of the club, was due
to the bench as well as the crowd.
Coach Gualdoni did a fine job in
molding a championship club together
this year, in his first year as head coach.
Hats offto Coach Gualdoni!
In the last game of the year in Pres-
cott the Cardinals had nothing to play
for except their pride, which was
exactly what they did. After being
down by eighteen points at halftime
the cards fired themselves up and
throughly stamped out the Badger
club. Doug Edwards and Gary Sulzer
lead the way as the seniors from Glen-
dale would not say die on their last
regular season road trip.
Prescott lost twice to the mighty
Cards, the first one at home in which
Eric McKee sank the winning basket
with two seconds left in overtime.
We wish to congratulate the Varsity
Basketball club for providing Glen-
dale High with exciting basketball, a
great season record and another
trophy to the trophy case. We would
also like to wish the graduating seniors
so long and thanks for the memories.
confering with team members
opponent during ajump.
zer from another lay-up.
on another basket,
Top Left: A time-out finds Coach Gualdoni
Above: Doug Edwards gets the reach on an
Far Left: Brophy Broncos cant keep Cary Sul
Center: Eric McKee on a scoring binge zeros in
Left: An out-of-controll basketball caroms
between Glendale players and Sunnyslope op
J V's finish with
The year 1972 was a great year for
iunior varsity basketball. The Glen-
dale .IV squad finished with an im-
pressive 17-3 record. Although they
weren't undefeated as was the JV
team two years ago they were equally
as strong as they broke many old
records. It must be noted, though, that
this year's team played four more
games than the team of 1969-70.
Lead by Matt Williams and Vince
McKee the Cards established team
records for rebounds, attempted shots,
rebounds, and total points scored.
Individual records for attempted
shots, field goals made, total points,
and season scoring average was broken
by both McKee and Williams.
The rest of the starting team consisted
of playmaker Jim Tolmachoff, for-
ward, Dave Wagner, and Dan Bell
and Steve Manke alternating at the
This was truly a good year for JV
basketball and the man who developed
it was coach Ken France. Coach
France did a great job while allowing
everybody to play in most of the
games. In fact against Cortez 13
players scored. Good luck next year
as varsity players.
JV BASKETBALL Standing: R.Burns, D.
Bell, H.Tolmachoff, C.Lovelady, J.Arcvalo,
D.Wagner, R.Mullins, L.Aldama, M.Popoff,
P.Robey, F.Spurlock, Coach France. Kneeling:
M.Williams, J.Tolmachoff, V.McKee, W.Win-
X' -gr PM
Left: Coaches Ken France and Pat Witter have
instructions for .IV players during a time-out.
Far Left: Things can bc pretty hairy under the
basket, as these Cards and Rams find out.
Below:Who gets the ball? On a jump ball that
can be anybody's guess.
St. Mary's lost 59-34
Paradise Valley won 24-27
Moon Valley lost 37-33
Brophy won 35-39
Washington lost 58-26
Apollo lost 47-45
Sunnyslope lost 57-49
Cortez won 43-45
Prescott lost 46-39
Moon Valley won 39-44
St. Mary's lost 48-34
Paradise Valley won 42-45
Brophy lost 61-42
Washington lost 58-49
Sunnyslope won 47-49
Cortez won 59-62
Prescott lost 48-40
Apollo lost 5l-38
The freshman year in any sport is a
skill-building one. Basketball greatly
requires skills of coordination and
ball handling, and these activities
are practiced in regular drills. Shooting
passing, dribbling, and rebounding
are fundamental, as well as learning
to play as a team and keeping your
temper when the call is against you.
Coaches Waters and Cooke stressed
these skills over the idea of winning
in hopes of producing fine teams for
FROSH A BASKETBALL Standing: T.MauZy,
M.Hasson, R.Tastrow, P.Smith, B..lenkins,
P.Brown, D,Edwards, J.Soares, J.Gaydozs, R.
Sulzerg D.Wyatt. Kneeling: C.Bilton.
First season shows determination
FROSH B BASKETBALL Standing: K.Wells,
T.Gess, R.Armijo, R.McKnight, D.Rhodes,
Coach Cooke, M.Manning, P.Lamm, S.Wiles,
C.Dillahunty, S.Collier. Kneeling: S.Wiles.
Cards host division tournament
Top:Richard Herrera grunts and groans as
he tries to gain control of his opponent.
Above: A Glendale grappler stays on top, which
in wrestling can be a momentary thing.
Right: Glendale wins again!
Being alone on a mat with your oppo-
nent can be a tough spot, but GHS
wrestlers handled themselves ably.
The sport requires you to be in peak
physical condition, besides needing
quickness and agility. lt is, at very
least, a very rugged sport.
The varsity wrestling team finished
out the season with a fine record.
They were lead by undefeated men
Randy Porch and last year's state
champion Paul Gillot.
In the Skyline Division Tournament
held in Van Camp Gym, the Cards
placed seven men in the state tour-
nament in Tucson later in the year.
Finishing first were Porch and Gillot.
Scott Lauchner finished third. Fourth
place finishers were Ed Bull, Tim
Treguboff, and Bennett Burns.
Varsity Wrestling: P.Gillott, R.Porch, G.
Simmons, R.Herrers, R.Simmons, T.Tregoboff,
S.Tardy, S.Lauchner, A.Forrey, E.Bull, B.
Burns, T.Knuduson, J.Godinez
Upper Left: Terral Knudscn forces an opponent
J.V. and Frosh Wrestling: Row l: L.Lunnon,
M.Treir, K.Pakos, A.Och0a, Row 2: T.Sario,
K.Milhoan, T.Wanemdor, N.Menchaca, Row
3: K.Thomas, T.Bolin, B.Preusser, l.Matthews,
Row 4: J.Affeldt
Upper Right: Varsity Team Members prepare
to greet a victor from the mat.
Right: Glendale matman bar-arms his man into
stamina for future
The thought of wrestling often brings
to mind the spectacular and bizarre
performances ofjungle Boy, Gorgeous
George and others of dubious fame.
High school wrestling is not the same
but still affords thrills for spectators.
Muscles straining with brute strength
a wrestler must depend entirely upon
himself and his training. His victory
is one for himself and his team. He
knows he has pitted himself against
his opponent and won.
Even very small boys, who cannot
qualify for other sports can have suc-
cess in wrestling, Competing within a
specific weight class, a person can
develop himself to his fullest ability.
He does not have to compare himself
with giants because here there is a
place for everyone.
Top Left: JV wrestlers line up alongside the
mat during a tense match.
Above: Allen Forrey squares off to face his
Far Left: Who's on top? Who's on bottom?
Who's in control? ln wrestling, it's not always
easy to tell.
Left: Coach Rocthcr keep a watchful eye on
the grapplers at all times.
The Glendale varsity baseball team for
1972 was expected to go far this year.
Led by pitchers Richard Sanchez and
Gus Burruel, who almost pitched the
Cards to the division championship
last year, the Redbirds were definitely
to be considered a state contending
The Cardinal talent did not stop with
the pitchers. Outfielder Joe Ezell was
back to lead the hitting attack. An-
other surprise from last year was sec-
ond baseman Jim Covney. Covney
was one of surest fielders on the team
and also acted as leadoff batter. The
man behind the plate doing the catch-
ing was Brad Woods. Wood's strong
arm was expected to thwart any base-
stealing attempts by Cardinals oppo-
Last year Glendale wasnit expected
to be a threat in the Skyline Division.
However they reached the division
finals only to be stopped by Wash-
ington. This year's team was expected
to start where last year's team left
off and we wish them all luck in hoping
they made it to the state playoffs.
Bottom Varsity Baseball: Managersg D.Scott,
T.Gatica. Row lg T.Green, E.Burruel, C.Vasil,
J.Coveny, J.Ezzell, E.Fellers, T.Grace. Row 2g
Coach Green, B.Stinnet, B.MacElroy, R.
Kucherer, P.Olson, R.Bull. Row 3g G.Burruel,
J.Bo0tz, R.Sanchez, L.Giblin, B.Woods, Assist-
ant Coach Kezar.
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good season this year and like most
teams they have their problems. The
main problem is the loss of a key
player to the varsity squad. Another
is the fact that they had a dismal
season last year. But that does not
exclude the fact that they may improve
and pull a few surprises.
The team should be encouraged as
they consist of a large part of future
varsity players for next year. If things
go well then they might have one of
the best JV teams in the division.
JV BASEBALL Row 1: M.NickelI, R.Villa-
nueva, C.Lovelady, K.Osborne, R.Fair, F.
Spurlock, S.Schwab, P.Servello. Row 2: A.
Resendes, M.France, R.Mills, J.Weber, H.
Tolmachoff, J.AreveIlo, J.Tolmachoff, G. Grace.
Left: Butch Machlroy throws to secondlafter
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FRESHMAN BASEBALL Rowl: D.Wyatt, K.
Fellers, R.Mencha, T.Mills, S.Walker, T.Moze,
S.Collier, A.Milligan, B.Takiguchi, T.
Randolph, S.Wiles, J.Russel. Row 2: L.Backus,
J.Kislsling, K.LehIenschlagcr, M.Hasson, J.
Soares, R.Tacho, R.McKnight, P.Brown, P.
Espinoza, T.Russel1, J.Gaydosz.
The Cardinal track team of 1972 boasted 'one of
the best fields of athletics in many years.
Coaches Ken France and Bill Smith did a great
job in molding them into a team of prominance.
The squads consist mostly of seniors and leading
them is Lex Worthy who is one of the state's
top pole vaulters. Gary Sulzer, who jumped
6'6" in the summer, will lead the high jumpers.
The muscle men of the team are Duke Perkins,
Throwing the shot put, and Scott Lauchner,
who hurles the discus.
In the speed category is Eric Keyes who runs
the quarter mile. Dave Bokowski and Greg
Hardin are the top sprinters in the l00 yard
dash. Running the 220 are Steve Willis, Bokow-
ski, and Sophomore Ron Venter.
The high hurdles are run by juniors Mike Wil-
kinson, Kevin Card, and by sophomore Paul
Petroff. Other hopefuls in the same category
are Steve Sexton and Mark Austin. Wilkinson
and Petroff run the low hurdles.
ln long distance running the Cards are lead
by veteran Freddie Espinoza. He will run both
the mile and two mile events.
The top long jumpers are Calvin Bunch and
Larry Maher, who had an arm injury, was ex-
pected to be ready sometime during the early
part of the season. He will help boost the shot
Top Left: Paul Rovey is caught doing wind
sprints to build stamina.
Top: Kevin Card gains needed practice over
Right: Paul Rovey releases a shot with a tre-
Top Right: Tom Gulliver on his way up and
almost over the highjump bar.
stressed in track
Since ancient times, track has been
an individual sport of high standing.
The events are of various kinds and
in most of them the individual ath-
lete is on his own. Points are accrued
for a team score but it is individual
performances that earn them.
Agility and speed are necessary in
running events such as the 100 yrd.
dash, the hurdles, and the distance
runs. Brute strength is the key to
success in discus and shot put. And
who knows all the skills required to
fly high in the air over a bar at the
end ofa pole.
Track Row l: S.Sexton, J.Gatica, F.Esponiza,
D.Perkins, L.Maher, M.Wilkinson, S.WilIis,
E.Keyes, L.Worthy, G.Bray, Row 2: P.Brown,
A.Tolmachoff, J.Hays, P.Rovey, K.MiIhoan,
D.Bokowski, M.Austin, A.Reeths, D.Edwards,
Row 3: D.Bellmore, D.Lewis, .l.Popoff, K.
Tucker, M.Haynes, P.Petroff, A.Bustoz, B.
Pittaway, R.Anderson, T.Gonzales, D.Light,
G.Watson, L.Stapley, Row 4: S.Jacobs, T.
Knight, H.Craft, V.Dillahunty, B.Houser, J.
Ruiz, A.Hampton, J.Morin, C.Sweet, Row 5:
E.Turlcy, .I.English, J.Sleezer, I.Mathews,
R,Shoptaw, M.Hartman, J,Zuniga, P.
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Above: Hank Craft puts in some practice in
preparation forthe first track meet.
Above Right: Wind sprints are a necessary
part of practice for Larry Stapley.
Right: Coach Pollaro gives track men pointers
on proper form.
Track sets out
for new season
The junior varsity track team consist-
ed of the future personnel for
upcoming varsity teams. Needless to
say they had problems, which has
come to be expected from athletic
team in all sports.
One of the main problems was the loss
of a few key men to the varsity quad.
Another one was inexperience that
seemed to hamper them in the early
They had their moments, though, as
during the season they began to receive
experience that seemed to pay off.
This was evident as they improved
greatly near the end of the season.
Above: Dan Bellmore paces himself as he gets
ready for the running event.
Left: Glen Watson shows good form as he is
ready to let the discus fly.
Above Left: George Gillespies wicked serve
often proved too much for his opponents.
Top: A tennis racket makes a fitting frame for
Skip Kaye, caught on the courts.
Above: George Gillespie must move quickly to
get the return.
The varsity tennis team was plagued
by problems this year. The main one
was lack of experience as the team
consisted of only sophomores and
The top Cardinal player if George
Gillespie. He is followed by Skip
Kaye and the two consist of all the
varsity experience on the team. Both
are juniors and played varsity last
year The sophomores are Marty
Kendrick, Chip Starky, and Greg
Although the Cards had a slow year,
next year they will have the experience
needed and then maybe Glendale will
have some recognition in a different
sport for once.
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Left: Coach Blushkofski discuss tactics with
team members before a match.
Above: At least part of the time must be spent
retriving balls, as Skip Kaye does here.
Top: Varsity Tennis: Chip Starkey, Scott Kaye,
G.Gillespie, M.Kendrick, G.Rock
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season as they moved down opponents
one after another.
Lead by Dale Howard, Dan Staniec,
David Haynes, John Gaylord, Brad
Herring, and Paul Gwordy the team
showed great promise for future var-
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FROSH BOY'S TENNIS Row 1: R.West-
moreland, .l.Henry, G,Simmons, R.Busong,
R.Whitmoyer, Row 2: J.Davis, .I.Chambers,
G.Cones, D.Rhodes, D.Stannick, M.Stewart,
D.Hanes, T.Marsh, D.Cunningham, C.Starkey,
S.Wiles, Coach Blushkofski.
Far Left: It sometimes takes a long reach and
a highjump to return the ball.
Middle: Playing tennis means watching your
opponent carefully and being ready for the
Top: A fellow-through on a backhand is im-
Bottom: JV Tennis: P.Twardy, D.Howard,
B.Herring, J.Gaylord, Garth, D.Staniec, D.
Above: Frosh Tennis
Left: Coach Bluskofski demonstrates the proper
form for a fprehand.
Tennis is growing more and more
popular every year. There is a growing
interest at Glendale High and it seems
that the younger they are, the better
they are. We have a new team and a
new coach. Two thirds of the team
are underclassmen, Lisa Morcomb,
Gail Morcomb and Judy Frazier.
The number one position is played
by Jan Garland a sophomore, with the
rest of the team comprised mainly of
freshman. Mrs. Sheila Johnson, who
has coached the freshman team in
the past has taught her freshman well.
In a few years, with a little experience
we should have a leading team.
JV and Varsity Tennis Row 1: S.Allen, L.A.
Ong, C.Aysle, C.Koan, K.Keyes, C.White.
Row 2: G.Morcomb, M.Simpson, J.Frazier, J.
Garland, L.Morcomb, K.Higgins.
Above: A strong forearm swing puts the ball
over the net for Jan Garland.
ncreasmgly popular sport finds favor
FROSH GIRL'S TENNIS Row l:C.CornweIl,
B .Johnson, D.Martin, C.Kone, L.MoraIes, C.
Kreissel. Row 2: E.Stanley, K.Bloss, L.Ong, L.
Wallet, D.Harrison, C.Keyes, K.l-liggins.
Left: LeAnn Ong moves quickly to greet an
apponenfs ball with a swift backhand.
Right: Judy Frazier reaches out to put an on-
coming ball over the net.
"You've come a long way, babyf
This could well be the theme for the
athletic program for females. Girls
interest in sports has increased vastly
over the years and the various teams
Glendale has both varsity badminton
and volleyball teams which compete
with schools around the valley. They
didn,t have the greatest season, but
they enjoyed themselves and thatls
Top Left: Girls Badminton Row l: S.Johnson,
G.Morcomb, G.Giblin, K.Allen, N.Nielson,
Row 2: L.Morcomb, L.Hennandez, P.Siebert,
S.Juarez, N.Meyers, .l.Frazier, S.Metzler, J.
Stwart, Mrs. White, M.Simpson
Top Center: Charon Allen hopes this one will
score as she's about to serve.
Right: LeAnn Ong prepares herself for a stu-
olleyball, badminton find willing
Top: Varsity Volleyball: T.Rojas, M.Maloney,
V.Lauchner, P.Twardy, M.Bowman, Mrs.
Phillips, D.Edwards, K.Wierson, T.Sansom,
Above: Jan Garland is up on her toes as she
returns an opponents ball.
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No mention of sports at GHS is
complete without a look at a vital
person who is more often behind the
scenes than in the spotlight. This
person is Frank Rector, equipment
manager for all athletics.
Frank can be counted on for having
jerseys in condition, a roll of tape at a
crucial moment, and, more important,
always being behind the team l00'?b.
With a smile for everyone, Frank
Rector is truly Mr. Indispensible.
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Senior leadership takes class to new high
During the course of their final year
at Glendale, the Senior Class pur-
sued many different aspects of high
school life. They set the standard for
the school as to spirit and won first
place in the Homecoming float compe-
tition. They arose to fill the positions
of leadership in athletics, academics,
and social affairs. This Senior class
took many different paths and
marched into a new world of promise.
They hoped to clear the way for those
that follow and their activities to help
Glendale will not soon be forgotten.
It is with respect and congratulations
that Glendale High sadly waves good-
bye to those that are members of the
class of '72.
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ABOVE LEFT: Senior Class Officers: Anna
Hernandez, Bobbie O'Kcefe, Bob Mothers-
head, Carol Beier, Sandy Grogg.
LEFT: Mr. Beeson catches a brief moment of
senior patriotism in English class.
Bonnie L. Abbott
Vincent Steven Abeyta
Irvin Earl Ainslie Jr.
Gail Grace Allen
Albert Joseph Alvarez
Douglas Ray Anderson
Michael Drew Anderson
Sara Louise Anderson
Brenda Lory Bailey
Brenna Marie Bailey
Kenneth H. Bagnall
Michael David Barnard
James A. Barton III
Marla Jean Baxter
Jeri Lee Behrle
Carol Ann Beier
Dorothy Ann Bentzel
Beverly Ann Berger
Raymond Carl Blevins
David Joseph Bokowski
Heather Michele Boone
Jeffrey Howard Bootz
Gary Wright Bowers
Marilyn Ruth Bowman
Bryce Andrew Brown
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Jamie Griffis and exchange student Maggie
Mayer share role in fall play.
Exchange student in fall play
David A. Bryan
Janis Kay Canafax
Cary Louis ,Carlin
Larry Ordell Carrillo
Terry Leigh Carter
Debra Kaye Cavanaugh
Pamela Louise Center
Marion M. Cherry
Susan Kay Colegrove
Oleta Jean Collins
Donna Lynn Combs
Gail Kathleen Connell
Kathryn Elaine Cook
Michael Weston Cooper
Angelo Jim Coronado
Barbara Ellen Craft
Frederick Eugene Davis
Varsity Cheerleaders build spirit
TOP: Varsity Cheerleaders play leap frog at
BOTTOM: Suzanne Matsumori is caught dur-
ing a busy nights work on the Homecoming
William Joe Ezell
Rodney Dale Federwisch
Dorine G. Felix
Melony Kay Fenwick
John Gene Fiori Ill
Dale Eugene Fore
Karen Lee Foisel
Sandra Sue Forrey
Cynthia Teresa Furze
Lillian M. Gallegos
Irma M. Gardea
Karen Jean Garling
Mary Ruth Anne Gericke
Vickie Lee Gessner
Lois Marie Gibbs
Barry Scott Gibbons
Larry Charles Giblin
Jane Audrey Gill
Paul Jay Gillott
June Marie Goethe
Michael G. Goimarac
Cynthia Lynn Goke
James Allen Gordon
Rebecca Marie Gortarez
Charles Bernard Goss
Ted Martin Green
Jamie Lynne Griffis
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Sandra Elaine Grogg
Antonio Manuel Gutierrez
.Iohn Charles Haas
Lori Ellen Heavlin
Vicki Lynne Heeren
Buster Deveral Henderson
Anna Lilia Hernandez
Lydia Y. Hernandez
Seniors enjoy unauthorized privileges
Mike Schmidt and Cary Carlin sneak lunch
into Mr. McAnerny's senior math class.
Gary Evert Hirth
Gregg Allen Hodgkins
Anett Cheryl Hospi
Molly Rose Huffman
TOP: A group of seniors, Doug Edwards, Frank
Nieznay, Breaux Eckert, Jill Skinner, and Dale
Jenkins, take a light-hearted attitude toward
CENTER: Remember the day of the great tea
rip-off? Dale Faulconer, Bryce Brown and Duke
Perkins enjoy their illicit treat.
Bonnie Louise Hugh
Edward Casey Humphreys
Gary Dale Jenkins
Wallace Denny Jones Jr.
Sarah Mendez Juarez
Kathy Gail Keesling
Martin Charles Klass
"W 3 Paulette Jean Kleinschmidt
Terrall Keith Knudsen
Richard Michael Kucherer
Duane G. Lambert
Daniel Legaspi Jr.
Susan Marie Lindberg
Bruce Leroy Little
Vicki Lynn Loy
Cynthia Lou McAllister
David Lynn McCutcheon
Seniors contribute to 3-7 season
Student power is the cry! Senior football play-
ers show unusual display of spirit.
Leslie G. McElroy
Judith Frances Martin .
Larry D. Martin
Nancy M. Martinez
Rosemary Meza Martinez
Suzanne Darlene Matsumori
Keith A. Maunu
Robert Stephen Mayer
Kathleen Louise Meell
Jerry Wayne Mensendick
Elaine Paula Metz
Susan Lynn Metzler
Ralph S. Meza
Class of '72 pulls through last year
in Q '
Gary Michael Peck
Carol A. Perault
Austin L. Perkins
Marvin Edward Person
Denise K. Pinkerton
Donna Ann Pledger
Randy Lee Porch
Rosiland Kay Rademacher
Cynthia Lynn Reece
Michael Steven Refermat
Christine Ann Rettig
Charles Allan Rhodes
Kathleen Theresa Riley
TOP: Randy Porch, Steve Willis and Rick
Kucherer work on Homecoming Float.
BOTTOM: Randy Porch gazes toward the
Dairy Queen during a hungrv hour in senior
Bradly Lloyd Riner
Angela Marie Robinson
Rebecca Sue Rogers
Daniel Ray Ronnie
Stanley Vernon Roper
Virginia Ann Santos
Marc Edward Schwartzkopf
Debra Lynn Seely
Jeanne Marie Seely
Robert Eugene Servadio
James Brian Sexton
Philip M. Shores
Elizabeth G. Sifuentes
Stan Roper laughs away an injury incurred as
a spectator during a JV football halftime,
Michael Ray Simpson
Thomas Christopher Sing
Jill Anne Skinner
LeeAnn Gay Snyder
an Stanley James Stewart
Jack Suda Jr.
Gary Kevin Sulzer
Richard Conway Sweet
Seniors enjoy campus life
Judy Marie Tardy
Valerie Ann Taylor
Jodie Carmela Tenuta
Diann Marie Tolmachoff
Sandra P. Tolmachoff
Susan L. Tolmachoff
Sun shines on senior year
Elizabeth Baltier Valenzuela
Peter Eric Van Camp
Isabel Pachco Villa
Dolores Gail Wager
Jody Frances Welsheimer
Julie Ann White
Roxanne Louise Whitmoyer
Katherine Ann Wierson
Michael Paul Wiese gi !
Debbie S, williams e , .Q
Terry .Io Williams i -j-13,
Kenneth Dwight Willis III I I' I
Steven Forrest Willis
Bradley D. Woods .
Looking studious with pencils and books, Rod
Federwisch and Bonnie Hugh are caught on
their way to Ciass.
Frank D. Ybarra
Angel B. Aguilar
Norman L. Akin
Carmen A. Aldama
Cynthia Lea Allison
.Iosefina B. Alvira
Mary Lou M. Anaya
Layne Angus Anderson
Joseph Carrol Arthur III
Ricky Kent Balch
Teressa Kathryn Bell
. ll Evan Douglas Bishop
Stephen Wayne Boyle
Kim Allan Brender
Catherine Denise Burgess
Gus Burruel Jr.
Mary Margaret Byrne
Richard V. Carrasco
Robert Edmund Coldewe
Marla Rae Cones
.I oseph David C ooper
Audrey Jane Cross
Mary Catherine Dager
Alicia Colleen Dashnaw
Seniors active in fall play
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A closeup shows Cindy Furze in a conversation
with Bob Hailey during a performance of "The
Diary ofAnne Frank.
Loren William DeNies
Roy Douglas Edwards
Cathy Lorraine Eldridge
John W. Elliott
Anthony C. Escamillo
David Aragon Esparza
Ralph Edward Ezzell
Faith Ann Fain
Dale Preston Faulconer
Gary Lynn Foster
Allen John Fredrickson
Raul R. Garcia
Penny Sue Gilbert
Velda Ann Grady
Lonnie Dwight Griffin
Thomas A. Gulliver
Mark Howard Gutzman
John Victor Haley
A Mike Hall
Gregory B. Handin
Joe Jackson Hensley
Cruz L. Hernandez Jr.
Michael Patrick Hickey
Gregory Thomas Hildebrand
Arthur George Horst
Spirlted SCHIOTS make for successful year
Jacqueline Jeanine Hospelhorn
Lee A. Hunt
Gary Mitchel Hutchison
John W. Jahnke
Joel C. Judd
Debora Ann Kays
Debra Lori Keefe
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Carter L. Kissel
Jeff Paul Krueger
Pamela Jean Le Brun
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Mary Helen Lopez
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Anna Vasquez Montano
Anna Elizabeth Morcomb
Richard Perea Moreno
.Iohn Sebastian Moroney
Karen Marie Moses
Michelle Ann Moulton
William Francis Myers
Kathy Ann Neel
Thomas D. Nieznay
Deborah Helen Norris
Don K. Okuma
Dennis Lynn Olson
David Wayne Olstadt
Kenneth Wayne Pearson
Nancy Loretta Peers
-Camille Blanche Perren
David Gayle Poff
Monte Andrass Pritchard
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Philip Donald Prior
Jesse James Quinnett
Nancy Rose Lee Raney
Randy Lee Ray
Fred Carl Relaford
Belle Nadine Relaford
Rodney Lee Reynolds
David Gary Rockwell
Daniel Fausto Romero
Robert Dale Russell
Twila Jean Sagrillo
Victor Ramirez Salcido
Dana Andrew Sanders
Pete Lopez Sarzoza
Bobby Lee Schell
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Shirley Louise Shaddy
Denise Ann Shepard
Mary Lynne Shields
Ralph Leon Shireman
Patricia Anne Sidinger
Leonard R. Silva
Peter Clayton Slack
David George Spidel
Debbie Jo Sprubgmann
Manuel L. Tacho
Marie Annette Tillia
James Earl Toon
Stephen Alan Topliff
Dwain Thomas Watts
Debra Ann Wilder
Rebecca R. Wilemon
Nathan Mark Wilkins
Steven Dwaine Wilks
Kenna Jean Yerigan
Maria De Carmen Zambrano
BONNIE L. ABBOTT
VINCENT STEVEN ABEYTA
ANGEL B. AGUILAR
IRVIN EARL AINSLIE JR.: Marching Band
2, 35 Vica 4 Transfer: Marching Band I, Saddle
Club I, Football I
NORMAN L. AKIN: Track I, Baseball I,
CARMEN A. ALDAMA V
CYNTHIA LEA ALLISON: Usherettes I, 25
GAA I5 Pep Club I, 25 German Club I, 25 FHA
I, 35 FTA I5 Tri-Hi-Y 2 Transfer5 Hero 4
ALBERT JOSEPH ALVAREZ: Football 3, 4
Transfer5 JV Football I, 25 Varsity Track I, 25
Varsity Cross Country I, 2
JOSEFINA B. ALVIRA: GAA I, 25 Spanish
Club I, 2, 35 French Club 3, 45 Literary Club 2,
35 Geography Club 2, 35 Latin Club 4
MARYLOU M. ANAYA
DOUGLAS RAY ANDERSON: Track I, 2,45
FFA I, 2, 3
LAYNE ANGUS ANDERSON: Vocal Music
Club 35 Pajama Game Musical I Transferg Vocal
Music Club I
MICHAEL DREW ANDERSON: Marching
Band I, 2, 3, 45 Lyers Club I, 2, 3, 45 Chess Club
SARA LOUISE ANDERSON: FAH4Trans-
fer: Red Cross Club I5 Help Club 25 Pep Club 2
JOSEPH CARROLL ARTHUR III: Latin
KENNETH H. BAGNALL: A Cappella I, 2, 3
BRENDA LORY BAILEY: GAA I, 2, 3, 45
Pep Club I, 2, 35 Vocal Music Club I5 Class
Tres. 35 Spikettes 3, 45 VICA 45 FHA I, 2
BRENNA MARIE BAILEY: GAA I, 2, 3, 45
Pep Club 1, 25 FHA I5 FFA I, 2, 3, 45 Harvest
Royalty 35 FFA Sweetheart 45 FFA Attendant
I, 25 Chorus I
CAROLYN BAILEY: FHA CLUB I5 Treas-
urer FHA I5 Vocal Music I, 2, 3
RICKY KENT BALCH: Marching Band I, 2,
3, 45 Pep Band 3, 45 Lyres Club I, 2, 3, 45
MICHAEL DAVID BARNARD: Thespians
I, 2, 3, 45 VP Thespians 35 Spanish Club 25
Senate 3, 45 Pres.Student,Body 45 Hi-Y 45 AFS
3, 45 Ecology Club 45 Fellowship Club 35 Na-
tional Honor Society 45 Anytown 35 Student of
Month 35 Dope Stop 35 Best Actor Award 35
Best Minor Role Award I5 Outstanding Service
Award 2, 35 Speech Club 4
KENNETH WAYNE BARRETT: TRANS-
FER: Chess Club 2, 35 Chorus I, 25 Basketball
JAMES A. BARTON III: Latin Club I, 2:
DECA 3, 4
GEORGE ALAN BATTY: Latin Club 25
Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4
MARLA JEAN BAXTER: Pep Club l,25 Mat
Maids 3, 45 GAA I, 3, 4
FRANCIS MICHAEL BEAUDROT
JERI LEE BEHRLE: GAA l,2, 3, 45 PepClub
2, 3, 45 Latin Club I, 25 Pres. 25 Varsity Volley-
ball 2, 3,.45 Pep Club treasurer 45 Historian 35
Lettergirls 2, 3, 45 Treasure Latin Club I
CAROL ANN BEIER: French Club I, 25 Pep
Club I, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Cheerleader 3, 45 His-
torian 23 Treasurer45 Pep Club Secretary 25
GAA I, 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45
City Council Page 45 GAA Class Representa-
tive 35 Student of the Month 35 Lettergirls 4
TERESSA KATHRYN BELL: DECA 45
Transfer: FHA 2, 35Pep Club 2
DOROTHY ANN BENTZEL: Pep Club I5
Chorus I, 2, 35 Thespians 2, 3, 4.
BEVERLY ANN BERGER
EVAN DOUGLAS BISHOP: German Club I,
25 Literary Club 35 Great Book Club 4
RAYMOND CARL BLEVINS: Basketball I5
JV Basketball 25 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Track
I, 25 Vocal Music Club I, 2, 35 Baseball I, 2
DAVID JOSEPH BOKOWSKI: Track I5 Base-
ball 25 Football 2, 3, 45 Lettermans Club 3, 45
HEATHER MICHELE BOONE: GAA I, 2,
3, 45 Pep Club I, 2, 3, 45 Dope Stop 35 National
Honor Society 3, 45 Pom Pon CCo-Captianj 2,
3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y secretary 3, 45 German Club I,
25 Lettergirls 45 Student of Month 45 Daughters
ofAmerican Revolution 4
JEFFREY HOWARD BOOTZ: Basketball
I, 25 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 National
Honor Society 3, President 4
GARY WRIGHT BOWERS: Latin Club l,2,
3,45 Track 25 Football 35 Literay Club 35 Hi-Y
MARILYN RUTH BOWMAN: GAA l,2,3,4:
Pep Club l,25 VP Lettergirls 2,3,45 Varsity
STEPHEN WAYNE BOYLE: Marching Band
KIM ALLAN BRENDER: Basketball l5Cross
Country I, 25 Track 25 Radio Club I, 2
BRYCE ANDREW BROWN: Tennis I, 25
Cross Country 2
DAVID A. BRYAN: Transfer: Football 15
Track I, 25 Debate 25 Speech I
RALPH BULL: Deca 3, 45 Lettermen Club
3, 45 Football I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball I, 2, 3, 4
CATHERINE DENISE BURGESS: Transfer:
Pep Club 35 Kalagathians 3
GUS BURRUEL JR.: Football I, 2, 3, 45 Bas-
ketball I, 25 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 FFA 2, 35 Let-
termens Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 Homecoming King
45 Rotary of Month 45 Student of Month 3
MARY MARGARET BYRNE: Pep Club I5
AFS 35 DECA 35 Journalism 3, Editor 45 FHA
JANIS KAY CANAFAX: Pep Club I5GAA I,
35 Vocal Music 2, 3, 45 Spring Musical 2, 3, 45
CARY LOUIS CARLIN: Radio Club Sec-
Treasurer 45 Wrestling 3
RICHARD V. CARRASCO
LARRY ORDELL CARRILLO: Basketball
45 Football 45 DECA 45 Baseball 4 Transfer:
JV Basketball I, 2, 35 Football 25 Lettermens
Club 25 Baseball 35 Track 2
MARY LOU L. CARRILLO: Russian Club
I, 2, 35 Science Award 45 COE Club 45 NYC
TERRY LEIGH CARTER: Pep Club 1,2, 3,
45 Mat Maids I, 2, 3, 45 GAA 3, 45 National
Honor Society 3, 45 Tri-I-Ii-Y 3, 45 Spanish
Club I, 2, 3, 45 Model United Nations 4
DEBRA KAY CAVANAUGH: Dope Stop 35
Musicals I, 2, 35 Vocal Music Club 2, 3
PAMALA LOUISE CENTER: GAA 1, 2, 3,
Vice President 45 Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Cheer-
leader 2, 3
MARION M. CHERRY: Metal Shop Award
25 Radio Club I
GEORGE ALBERT CHLUPSA
ROXANNE CHRISTIANSEN: FNA Presi-
dent 35 VICA 45 Transfer: Pep Club I, 25 Li-
brary Club 25 Speech Club 2
ROBERT EDMUND COLDEWE: DECA 45
Transfer: Football 2
SUSAN KAY COLEGROVE: Music Club4
OLETA JEAN COLLINS: Latin Club I, 35
Tennis Team I5 COE4
DONNA LYNN COMBS: Transfer: Tennis
I, 2, 35 GAA I, 2, 3: Girls League I, 2, 35 Pep
Club I, 2
MARLA RAE CONES: Thespains I, 25 FHA
3, Quill and Scroll 4
GAIL KATHLEEN CONNELL: Class His-
torian I5 GAA I, 25 Pep Club I5 Spanish Club
I, 25 AFS I, 25 VICA Secretary 4
KATHRYN ELAINE COOK: Vocal Music
Club I, 2, 35 COE 45 Judo Club I
JOSEPH DAVID COOPER
MICHAEL WESTON COOPER
ANGELOW JIM CORONADO JR.: Basket-
ball I, 25 Homecoming Att. 45 DECA Vice-
President 45 Student ofthe Month 4
BARBARA ELLEN CRAFT: Pep Club I, 25
Tri-Hi-Y I, 25 GAA I, 2, 3, 4
AUDREY JANE CROSS: GAA I, 2, 3, 45
German Club I5 AFS 2
MARY CATHERINE DAGER: German Club
25 VICA 4
ALICIA COLLEEN DASHNAW: Speech
Club President 45 Transfer: French Club 25
Drama Club 35 Math Club I5 Student Senate 3
FREDERICK EUGENE DAVIS: Football I,
3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Weight Lifting I, 2, 3, 45
Hi-Y 45 Cardinal Hi-Lites 3, 45 Feature Editor
45 Lettersmen's Club 3, 45 Quill 'SL Scroll 4
JORGE MENDEZ DELGADO: DECA 3, 45
Transfer: Band I
LOREN WILLIAM DENIES: DECA 45 Trans
fer: Youth Club I, 2, 35 Raido Club 35 Science
Club 25 Photo Club I
JOHN WESLEY DENNIS JR.
KAREN JOY DENNINSON
CLINTON EUGENE DIFFIE JR.: Wrestling
45 Football 25 Track I5 Lettermens Club 25 Vo-
cal Music Club 4
DIANNA SUE DORRIS: DECA, Toastmas-
ters Award 3
VICKI LYNNE DUBE: COE4
GEORGE EDWARD DUNCAN: Football I5
Track I, 2, 3 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 German Club 2,
3, Hi-Y 4
JANET KAY EASLEY: Student Senate I, 25
Pep Club I, 25 GAA I, 2, 3, 45 Cardettes 1Co-
Captainj 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45
Class Sec. 25 Spanish Club l, 25 AFS Club His-
torian I5 Student ofMonth 45 Lettergirls 4
BREAUX B. ECKERT: Baseball I, 2, 45 Foot-
ball 35 Hi-Y 45 Earth Club 3
ROY DOUGLAS EDWARDS
HENRY GRADY EHLE
CATHY LORRAINE ELDRIDGE
JOHN W. ELLIOTT: ICE4
THOMAS GREGORY ELMER
JEANETTE MARIE ENGNELL: GAA I5
Lyres Club I, 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 National
Honor Society 3, 45 Music Camp 3
MICKEY SUE ERIKSON
ANTHONY C. ESCAMILLO: Cross Country
2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3
DAVID ARAGON ESPARZA: Football 3, 45
VICA 4 TRANSFER: Baseball I
FREDDIE ESPINOZA: Cross Country I, 2,
3, 45 captain 2, 3, 45 Track I, 2, 3, 4 captain 3, 45
Lettermens Club I, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 500
mile club I, 2, 3, 4 captain 3, 45 Wrestling I5 Out-
standing Runner 3, 45 Arizona All star Track
Team 3, 45 Cross Country all State Runner 3, 45
Thunderbird Champ 45 Glendale Division
Champ 45 Homecoming Attendent 45 Rotarion
of the Month 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 LASO Club
MANUEL ES PINOZA
PATSY JANICE ES PINOZA: LASO Club I,
2, 3, 43 Marching Band I, 2, 3, 43 Spikette 43
Lyres Club 3, 43 GAA I, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club
I, 2, 3, 4
MARTHA BARRAZA ESQUIVEL: DECA4
ANN ELIZABETH ETHING TON : German
Club I, 2, 3, 4
WILLIAM JOSEPH EZELL: Football 1, 2,
3, 43 Baseball I, 2, 3, 43 Basketball I3 Wrestling
2: Lettermens Club 3, 4
RALPH EDWARD EZZELL: Band I, 2, 3, 43
Marching Band I, 4
FAITH ANN FAIN
DALE PRESTON FAULCONER
RODNEY DALE FEDERWISCH: Basket-
ball I, 2, 3, 43 Track I, 2, 3, 43 Symphonic Band
I, 2, 3, 43 Sargent ol' Arms Hi-Y 43 NHS 3, 43
Orchestra I, 2, 3, 43 Outstanding Boy Marching
Band 4, Marching Band I, 2, 3, 43 Lyres Club
I, 2, 3, 4
DORINE FELIX: Spanish Club 23 Pep Club
I, 23 Usherettes I3 Literary Club 23 Vice-Presi-
MELONY JAY FENWICK: GAA I
TONI LYNN FINE
JOHN GENE FIORI JR, III: Baseballl
KAREN LEE FOISEL: Pom Pon 2, 3, 4, secre-
tary GAA I, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club I, 2, 3, 43 Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 43 Quill and Scroll 3. 4, Lettergirl 4
DALE EUGENE FORE: Transfer: Basketballl
SANDRA SUE FORREY: Mat Maids I, 2, 3,
43 Pep Club I, 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Spanish
club 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Senate Re-
cording Sec 4 Girls State 4, Modern U.N., 4.
GARY LYNN FOSTER
ALLEN JOHN FREDRICKSON
SCOTT KARL FRISCH: FFA l, 2, 33 Lyres
Club I, 2, 3, 43 Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4
CYNTHIA TERESA FURZE: Pom-Pon 3,
43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Senate 33 Student Body Treas-
urer 43 Pep Club I, 2 Historian 23 Russian Club
I, 2, 33 Thespian 43 "Anne Frank" 43 Anytown
RAUL GARCIA: Footballl
ALICE GALLEGOS: Spanish Club 23 LASO
Club 33 French Club 33 VICA 4 TRANSFER:
Glee Club I
LILLIAN M. GALLEGOS: LASO Club l, 2,
3, 43 VICA 43 Spikettes 43 Pep Club I, Spanish
IRMA M. GARDEA
KAREN JEAN GARLING: DECA Club 43
French Club I
RICARDO G. GARZA: Spanish Club 23 Vo-
cal Music Club 2,31 "Pajama Game" 3 TRANS-
FER: Spanish Club I: Vocal Music l
MARY RUTH ANNE GERICKE: German
Club I, 2
VICKIE LEE GESSNER: GAA 2g "Sabrina
"Fair" 33 Speech Club 43 TRANSFER: Band
IQGAA I3 Pep Club I3 Rodeo Club I
BARRY SCOTT GIBBONS: Football I,23
LOIS MARIE GIBBS: FHA I3 Geography
LARRY CHARLES GIBLIN. Football IQBZSC-
ball l, 43 FFA 4
PENNY SUE GILBERT: DECA 43 TRANS-
FER: Pep Club I, 23 GAA l, 2, 3
JANE AUDREY GILL: GAA I3Thespians I3
Vocal Music Club I, 2, 3, 43 g
PAUL JAY GILLOTT: Football l3WrestIing
Varsity I, 2, 3, 43 Lettermens Club I, 2, 3, 4
RICHARD K. GLAZEBROOK: Judo Club I
TRANSFER: Track I3
JUNE MARIE GOETHE:Spikette 33 TRANS-
FER: Cheerleader I3 VP Freshman Class3 Pep
Club Treasurer I3 Lettergirls I
MICHAEL G. GOIMARAC: Track I,23Rus-
sian Club I3 Anytown Delagate 33 Speech Club 4
CYNTHIA LYNN GOKE: National Honor
Society 3, 4
ARMANDO P. GONZALES
MARIA DOLORES GONZALES
ODULIA V. GONZALES
JAMES ALLEN GORDON: Basketball I3
Baseball 33 DECA 3
REBECCA MARIE GORTAREZ: LASO 33
GAAI3 Usherettes I3 Spanish Club 23 Pep
CHARLES BERNARD GOSS: Tennis I3
Baseball I3 Wrestling I3 Marching Band l,2,
3,43 Drum Major 43 Lyres Club l,2,3,43 Thes-
pians 33 Anytown 33 Hi-Y 3,43 Lettermens 3
VELDA ANN GRADY
TED MARTIN GREEN: Football I, 2, 3, 43
Baseball 2, 3, 43 Track 23 Basketball I3 Letter-
mens Club 3,4
LONNIE DWIGHT GRIFFIN
JAMIE LYNNE GRIFFIS: German Club Pres-
ident 3, I, 2, 3, 43 Thespians 2, 3, 43 Literary Club
23 Quill and Scroll 43 Cardinal Hilites 3, 43 Dope
Stop 23 Drama Camp 33 Speech Club 43 "Har-
vey" 23 "Sabrina Fair" 3 "Diary of Anne
frank" 43 "Pajama Game" 23 "The Sound of
Music" 33 "Oklahoma" 4
FRANK C. GRIJALVA: Weight Training I, 2
SANDRA ELAINE GROGG: GAA I, 2, 3
President 43 Pep Club l, 2, 33 Lettergirls 2, 3, 43
Varsity Volleyball 3, 4
THOMAS A. GULLIVER: Football I3 Base-
ball I3 Track 3, 4
ANTONIO MANUEL GUTIERREZ
MARIA ALICIA GUTIERREZ
MARK HOWARD GUTZMAN: "Oklahoma'
4 TRANSFER: Track3 Musical "Damn Yan-
kees"3 Student Governemnt
JOHN CHARLES HAAS: TRANSFER:
Spanish Club I
JOHN VICTOR HALEY: Baseball2
GREGORY B. HARDIN: Track l,2,3,4
GLORIA HARTMANN: Speech Club 43 Band
2, 3, 4 TRANSFER: GAA I3 Band I3 Girls
Basketball I3 Chorus I3 Drama I
LORI ELLEN HEAVLIN
VICKI LYNNE HEEREN: Vocal Music Club
I, 2, 33 COE 43 Musical I, 2, 33 Thespians I
BUSTER DEVERAL HENDERSON: World
History Club I3 Scholastic Art Show Gold Key 2
JOE JACKSON HENSLEY: Football I, 23
Basketball I3 Baseball I3 Hi-Y 3, 43 NHS 3, 43
ANNA LILIA HERNANDEZ: GAA I, 23
French Club I, 2, 3, 43 Model UN 3, 43 Anytown
33 LASO I, 23 IHSBC 2, 3, 43 Historian 43 Tri-
Hi-Y 4g Mat Maid 23 AFS I3 Pep Club I
CRUZ L. HERNANDEZ JR.
LYDIA Y. HERNANDEZ: GAA I, 2, 3, 4g
Tennis I, 2, 3, 43 Badminton 3, 43 Spanish Club
3, 43 LASO 23 Pep Club 2, 33 Lettergirls 3, 4
MICHAEL PATRICK HICKEY
GREGORY THOMAS HILDEBRAND: Ten-
nis I3 Radio Club 43 TRANSFER: German Club
GARY EVERT HIRTH: Footballl,2,3,43
CHARLES ERROL HIXSON
GREGG ALLEN HODGKINS: FFA 23 Base-
ball 2j Football 2
DEBORAH KAY HOLSTON: Choir 43 Home
Making 43 TRANSFER: Choir l,2,3,43Tennis
ARTHUR GEORGE HORST
JACQUELINE JEANINE HOSPELHORN
ANETT CHERYL HOSPI: GAA 4: Pep Club
43 Thespians 3,43 Spanish Club 2,3,43 Tennis
SALLY HORNUNG: Tennis MGR. I,2,31
GAA 2,4 Recording Sec. 33 Lettergirls 2,3, Sec-
retary 4g Pep Club 2
KATHLEEN GAIL HOUTMAN: GAA l,2,3:
Tennis I3 Bowling I,23 Archery I,23 Golf I,23
MOLLY ROSE HUFFMAN:Chorus 3,43Mus-
ical 3,43 All-State Choir 33 TRANSFER: Choir
I,23 Play I3 Band I,23 Pep Club 2
BONNIE LOUISE HUGH: GAA I,2,3,4: Pep
Club I,2,33 NHS 3,43 Student Senate l,43 Span-
ish Club 2,33 Varsity Vollebyall 33 Tri-Hi-Y
President 3,43 Mat Maids l,2,3,43 Student of
EDWARD CASEY HUMPHRETS: German
Club 2,33 VICA 4
LEE A. HUNT: Football I, 23 Track I3 FFA 2,
33 DECA 4
GARY MITCHELL HUTCHISON
JOHN W. JAHNKE
GARY DALE JENKINS: Track I,23 Band l,2,
33 COE President 43 Weightlifting I,23 Anytown
DAHALIA FAYE JIMENEZ: Treasurer Span-
ish Club 2, 33 Secretary LASO 33 Cardinal Hi-
lites 2, 33 ICE4
WALLACE DENNY JONES JR.
SARAH MENDEZ JUAREZ: Varsitv Badmin-
ton 3,43 DECA 33 Secretary 4
JOEL C. JUDD: Football l,2,33 Track l,2,33
ROBERT EUGENE KARNATZ: TRANS-
FER: Flight CIub2
DEBORA ANN KAYS: French Club 3,43
TRANSFER: Library Club I3 French Club I
DEBRA LORI KEEFE
KATHY GAIL KEESLING: Thespians 2.3:
National Honor Society 3, 43 VICA 43 Girls
Ensemble I3 TRANSFER: Choir I3 Girls En-
LEE B. KENT
ERIC KEYES: Track l,2,3,43 Football l,2,33
CARTER L. KISSEL:
MARTIN CHARLES KLASS: Tennis I3
Wrestling l,2,3,43 Marching Band I,2,33 Hi-Y
Wrestling l,2,3,43 Marching Band I,2,33 Hi-Y
3, President 43 National Honor Society 3,41
Boys' State 33 AFS Student to United King-
dom 33 Student of the Month 33 Student Se-
nate 4: Rotarian 4
Counselors 2,33 Pep Club I3 National Honor
Society 3,43 VICA 4
MARCUS KNIGHT: J.V. Football 23 Varsity
TERRALL KEITH KNUDSEN: Football l,2,
33 Track-23 Wrestling l,2,3,4.
JEFF PAUL KRUEGER
RICHARD MICHAEL KUCHERER: Foot-
ball 3,43 Baseball 3,4
DUANE G. LAMBERT: Thespians l,2,3,4
ROBERT ALAN LANE
WADE SCOTT LAUCHNER: Football l,2,3,
43 Wrestling l,2,3,43 Track l,2,3,43 F.F.A. I,
PAMELA JEAN LEBRUN: Pep Club 23 Fall
MANUEL JOSEPH LEE: Football I3 Track
I,23 Cross Country 2
DANIEL LEGASPI JR.: Spanish Club 43
TRANSFER: Boxing l,33 J.V. Football 23
Yearbook Club I5 ASB Officer 25 Band I,2
PETRA LEIJA: Anytown 35 Model UN 3,45
Tri-Hi-Y 45 Speech Club 35 Pep Club 35 GAA
3, 45 LASO, Pres., 3,45 French Club 3,4, Sec., 45
Fellowship 3, 45 Literary Club 35 City Council
Page 45 Future Nurses ofAmerica 3
GAYLAN JAMES LEWIS: Football I
SHERWIN ELTON LEWIS: F.A.A. I,2,3,4
SUSAN MARIE LINDBERG: GAA l,2,3,45
Pep Club l,2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Sec., 45 Teen
Counselors 45 Porn Pon 3,4
BRUCE LEROY LITTLE: Football l,25 Ger-
man Club l,25 National Honor Society 3,45 Hi-Y
EDDIE L. LOPEZ: Footballl
ELEANOR LOPEZ: GAA I,2,35 Spanish Club
2,35 LASO 2,35 Varsity Badminton 35 Usher-
MARTIN L. LOPEZ: Football l,25 Wrestling
MARY HELEN LOPEZ: COE 45 Spanish A-
ward I5 Business Award 3
RICHARD B. LOPEZ: Baseball l,25 Football
VICKI LYNN LOY
CYNTHIA LOU MCALLISTER: GAA I5
DECA 35 Toastmaster Vice Pres., 35 ICE
DAVID LYNN MCCUTCHEON: Marching
Band l,2,3,45 Stage Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band I,
2,3,45 Pit Band 25 Lyres Club l,2,3,45 Radio
ROBERT A. MCDONALD
LESLIE G. MCELROY: Baseball l,2,3,45 Bas-
ketball l,25 Football I5 French Club 35 DECA 3
ERIC NEAL MCKEE: Basketball 45 Rotarian
45 TRANSFER: Basketball I,2,35 Footballl,
2,35 Lettermen 2,35 F.C.A, 2,3
BETTY JEAN MACIAS
GRACE H. MACIAS: VICA4
STEPHEN WAYNE MAGGARD: DECA I
DUANE BRUCE MAHNKE: Football l,25
Latin Club l,25 Track I,2,45 Hi-Y 4
KATHY JEAN MCMAHON: Literary Club
25 Geography Club 25 Spanish Club I,2
JUDITH FRANCES MARTIN: Pom-Pon
3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Spanish Club
I,2,35 Pep Club 3,45 GAA 3,4
LARRY D. MARTIN: VICA4
NANCY M. MARTINEZ: COE Treasurer4
ROSEMARY MEZA MARTINEZ
DONNA .IO MATHIESON: Spanish Club 1,35
Pep Club I,2,35 ICE 45 DECA 35 GAA 3
SUZANNE DARLENE MATSUMORI: Pom-
f'i5 :5ff'4'? . , if-QQ
-'W 5' " f.:' f .,1fi-azfgfw V -
i by X
3:1 ',- 5 , -W'
Pon 3,45 IHSBC 2,3,45 French Club 2,3,45 Mo-
del UN 3,45 NHS 3,45 Anytown I5 Tri-Hi-Y 45
GAA 3,45 Pep Club' 3,45 TRANSFER: Spik-
ettes I5 Pep Club I:French Club I
ROBERT STEPHEN MAYER: Radio Club 45
Football l,25 Wrestling I,2
KEITH A. MAUNU: Marching Band 45 School
Play 45 Chorus 45 Orchestra 45 Lyres Club 45
TRANSFER: Football I,2,35 Marching Band
I,2,35 Chorus I,2,35 Pep Band I,2,35 Orchestra
KATHLEEN LOUISE MEELL: Cardinal Hi-
lites 4, NHS 45 TRANSFER: Student Coun-
cil 25 Prom Committee 35 Mission Club I5 Musi-
cal Productions I,2,35 ACT I5 Homecoming
Queen 35 NHS 2,3
JERRY WAYNE MENSENDICK: Basketball
l,2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,45 Track I5 Hi-Y 45 DECA
3,45 Football I5 Lettermen 45
ELAINE PAULA METZ: French Club 25
Vocal Music Club I,2
SUSAN LYNN METZLER: GAA l,2,3,45
Lyres Club I,2,35 Badminton 3,45 Marching
Band l,2,3,45 Concert Band 35 Teen Counsu-
lor 35 NHS 3,4
RALPH S. MEZA
TINA MIRAID: DECA 3,4
ROBERT F. MITCHELL: TRANSFER: Bas-
ANNA VASQUEL MONTANO: Varsity
CAROLYN N. MOORE
ANNA ELIZABETH MORCOMB: Great
Books 45 German Club l,25 Lyres Club, March-
ing Band l,2,3,45 Tennis l,2,3,45 Varsity Bad-
minton 3,45 NHS 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Lettergirls
FRANK URBANO MORENO: Football I5
Spanish Club I
RICHARD PEREA MORENO: Fellowship
Club 45 VICA 4
JOHN SEBASTIAN MORONEY
JOHN ANTHONY MOSCHIONI: TRANS-
FER: Basketball I
KAREN MARIE MOSES
ROBERT CHARLES MOTHERSHEAD:
Football l,2,3,45 Baseball I5 Hockey 2,35 Track
2,35 Lettermens 2,3,45 Student of Month 3,45
German Club l,2,3,45 Model UN 35 Hi-Y 45
Ecology Club 3,45 NHS 3,45 President 3,4
MICHELLE ANN MOULTON: Marching
ROSETTA MUSE: Pep Club 45 FHA 45 Vol-
WILLIAM FRANCIS MYERS:TRANSFER:
Varsity Baseball l,25 Lettermens Club 1,2
KATHY ANN NEEL
NANCY LOUISE NEILSON: Badminton
3,45 Quill and Scroll 45 Cardinal Hilites 3,45
Dope Stop 35 Journalism Workshop 35 VICA
45 GAA I
THOMAS D. NIEZNAY: Tennis I5 Latin
Club l,25 FFA I
KEITH WILLIAM NORGREN: Latin Club
I,2,35 Basketball I,2: Baseball I,2,35 Football
3,45 Hi-Y 4, Newspaper Staff I,2,35 NHS 3,4
DEBORAH HELEN NORRIS: GAA l,2,3,45
Dope Stop 3
ROBERT B.J. NOUZOVSKY: Varsity Foot-
ball 45 FFA oflicer 3,45 Hi-Y 45 Lettermens 4
RUDOLFO T. NUNEZ: Wrestling I,2,35 Base-
ball I,25 Cross Country 35 DECA 3,4
ROBERTA ANN OKEEFE: Homecoming
Queen 45 Thespians l,2,3,45 GAA l,2,3,45 Vice
President 3,45 Vocal Music I,2,3 Vice President
45 "Sabrina Fair" 35 City Council Page 45 Pep
Club I,2: Musicals I,2
DON K. OKUMA: Tennis I5ICE4
DENNIS LYNN OLSON
DAVID WAYNE OLSTADT
MICHAEL BRUCE O'TOOLE
STEVEN S. PADILLA
IIMMY R. PAGE: TRANSFER: Gymnas-
tics Team 2,35 NHS l,3,45 Debate Squad 2,3,45
Senate l,2,3,45 Band I,2,3
LORRIE P. PARRA: DECA 35 ICE4
JENNIFFER ANNETTE PATTERSON: Pep
Club l,2,3,45 GAA I:French CIub4 '
JOHN ADAMS PATTERSON III: Football
I,2: Track I5 Weightlifting 2,35 Student of
Month 35 NHS 3,45 Hi-Y 45 Model Legislature
SAMUEL ALLEN PATTERSON: FFA I,2,3
President 45 Basketball I5 Baseball I
KENNETH WAYNE PEARSON
GARY MICHAEL PECK: Football I,2,35
Baseball l,25 DECA 45 Spanish Club I5 NHS 45
NANCY LORETTA PEERS: Judo Club I5
Speech Club 35 Ecology 35 Thespians I5 VICA 45
CAROL A. PERAULT: Pep Club I5 Vocal
Music 2,35 Thespians 2,35 DECA 35 ICE 45
VICA Historian 4
AUSTIN LEE PERKINS II: Football 3,45
Track 3,45 Lettermens Club 3,45 Hi-Y 4
CAMILLE BLANCHE PERREN: French
Club Pres. 35 DECA 35 Model UN 35 AIPA
Workshop 35 Editor Cardinal Hilites 45 Quill
8a Scroll 4
MARVIN EDWARD PERSON: Basketball
l,25 Thespians l,2,3,45 Vocal Music I,3,4 Sec. 25
Student Senate 2,35 Fellowship Club 25 Any-
town I5 German Club 3,45 Hi-Y 3, Sec. 45 Model
Legislature 3,45 Rotarian 3
DENISE K. PINKERTON: GAA l5Mat Maids
45 VICA 4
DONNA ANN PLEDGER: German Club l,25
FHA Pres. 1,25 TRANSFERS: FHA 3
DAVID GAYLE POFF
RANDY LEE PORCH: Cross Country 25 Ten-
nis I5 Baseball MGR 15 Wrestling l,2,3,45 Track
2,35 Hi-Y Treausrer 3,45 NHS 3,45 Student
Senate 3,45 Student of Month 35 Lettermens 3,4
PHILIP DONALD PRIOR: DECA 4
MONTE ANDRASS PRITCHARD
JESSE JAMES QUINNETT: Literary Club 25
Latin Club 3, President 45 NHS 3,45 Geography
KUSILAND KAY RADEMACHER: VICA
Tres. 45 TRANSFER: GAA 1,25 Girls Chorus
l,25 Lettergirls I,2
RICHARD JOE RAMIREZ: Football 15Wres-
NANCY ROSE LEE RANEY: Mat Maids 45
RANDY LEE RAY: DECA3
CYNTHIA LYNN REECE
MICHAEL STEVEN REFERMAT: German
Club l,2,3,45Hi-Y 45 NHS 3,45 Baseball 4
BELLE NADINE RELAFORD: Choir 2,35
VICA 45 TRANSFER: GAA I5 German Club I
FRED CARL RELAFORD
CHRISTINE ANN RETTIG: Literary Club
I,2: Speech Club 35 Choir 3, VICA 4
RODNEY LEE RYENOLDS
CHARLES ALLAN RHODES: Football I5
German Club l,2,3,45 Hi-Y 4
KATHLEEN THERESA RILEY: GAAI
BRADLEY LLOYD RINER: Track l,2,3,45
LISA ROBERTSON: Pep Club I5DECA4
ANGELA MARIE ROBINSON: TRANS-
FER: GAA I
DEBORAH ROCK: Fellowship Club 45
TRANSFER: Sec. Art Club 2,15 Spanish Club
I5 Pep Club I,2: "Our Town", "David 8L Lisa"
DAVID GARY ROCKWELL: Thespians 2
REBECCA SUE ROGERS: GAAI,25 COE4
RICHARD EDWARD ROJO
DANIEL FAUSTO ROMERO: TRANSFER:
Cross Country I '
DANIEL ROY RONNIE: Editor Cardinal
"72" 45 Hi-Y 45 AFS 3,45 German Club l,2,3,45
Photography Club 35 Ecology Club 45 Geo-
graphy Bowl 23 Model UN 43 Quill 8LScroll 4
STANLEY VERNON ROPER: Baseball 1,2,
3,43 Basketball l,2,3,4, Track 4
PATRICIA G. RUBALCAVA
ROBERT DALE RUSSELL
TWILA JEAN SAGRILLO: Dope Stop 33
Spanish Club 2,3343 Great Books 4
VICTOR RAMIREZ SALCIDO: Football I3
RICHARD B. SANCHEZ: Football l,2,3:
Basketball 1,23 Baseball l,2,3,4
DANA ANDREW SNADERS: Football 13
Baseball 13 Wrestling 2
VIRGINIA ANN SANTOS: Spanish Club I3
Pep Club 13 GAA l3VICA 4
VINCENT SANTA MARIA
PETE LOPEZ SARZOZA: FFA 23 DECA 33
BOBBY LEE SCHELL: Football 1,23 Track
MICHAEL SCHMIDT: Football I,2,3,4Q Bas-
ketball 1,2,43 Baseball I,2,4Q Lettermens 3,4
WILLIAM A. SCHROEDER: Choir 2,3,43
Musical 4 TRANSFER: Football l,2,3: Track
1,23 Basketball 23 Musical 2,31 Choir l,2,3
MARC EDWARD SCHWARTZKOPF: Foot-
ball I3 Wrestling l,2,3
DEBRA LYNN SEELY
JEANNE MARIE SEELY: Pep Club l,2,3,4:
GAA l,2,3,43 Mat Maid 23 Tri-Hi-Y 3,43 Pom
ROBERT EUGENE SERVADIO
JAMES BRIAN SEXTON: Track 1,23 Cross
Country 13 Latin Club I,2Q VICA Pres. 4
SHIRLYE LOUISE SHADDAY
DENISE ANN SHEPARD
MARY LYNNE SHIELDS: FHA 1,2
RALPH LEON SHIREMAN: Marching Band
43 Science Club 3,43 Ecology Club 43 TRANS-
FER: Marching Band 1,2
PHILIP M. SHORES: Football 13 Track 13
PATRICIA ANNE SIDINGER: Thespians
1,2,3,43 "Sound ol' Music" 33 "South Pacific" I3
"Oklahoma" 43 Vocal Music 3,4
LEONARD R. SILVA
ELIZABETH G. SIFUENTES: Spanish Club
4g DECA 43 Great Books 4
MICHAEL RAY SIMPSON: Yearbook 1,2,33
Newspaper 2,3 Photo Editor Newspaper 2,33
THOMAS CHRISTOPHER SING: Vice Pres.
I3 Senate 2,41 Lyres Club 2,3,4Q Marching Band
2,3,43 Band Staff 43 Pep Band 43 Thespians 1,2
3,4 NHS 3,43 Hi-Y 43 Rotarian 4
JILL ANNE SKINNER: Pep Club I,2,3,4Q
NHS 3,43 Tri-Hi-Y 33 Student Senate 43 Pom
PETER CLAYTON SLACK: FFA l,23VICA4
DEBORAH LYNN SLONE: GAAI
JAMES EUGENE SMITH: Track 1,2
LEEANN GAY SNYDER: Vice Pres. 43 Thes-
pians l,2,3,4: German Club 2,33 Fall Play 2,33
STEVEN MICHAEL SNYDER: Radio Club43
TRANSFER: Basketball 43 Wrestling3 ,
DEBBIE JO SPRINGMANN: Mat Maid 2,33
GAA 1,23 Pep Club 1,23 Tri-Hi-Y 3,43 German
Club 2,4 Sec. 33 NHS 3,4
DAVID GEORGE SPIDEL: Marching Band
I,2,3,43 Latin Club 33 DECA 4
SARAH SUE SPURLOCK: French Club 23
VICA 43 Marching Band 2,3
STANLEY JAMES STEWART: Football 1,3
43 Baseball 23 Basketball 13 Latin Club 33 Let-
termen 3,4: Hi-Y 3,43 Curriculum Committee
43 Speech Club 4
JACK SUDA, JR.: Teen Counselors 13 DECA
13 Football I
GARY KEVIN SULZER: German Club 3,43
Basketball l,2,3,43 Track 133,43 Football I,41
RICHARD CONWAY SWEET
MANUEL TACHO: Cross Country l
JUDY MARIE TARDYZ GAA I,2Q Pep Club
I,2Q Mat Maid 1,2,3,43 Senate 1,2
VALERIE ANN TAYLOR: Vocal Music Club
JODIE CARMELA TENUTA: GAA l,2,3,4,
Pep Club l,2,3,4, Historian I, Vice Presi-
dent 3, President 43 Cheerleading I,2,3,4Q
DECA Treasurer 33 Freshman Sweetheart,
GAA Sports Leader l,2,3: Class President
1,23 Mat Maid 13 Lettergirls 3,43 Student
ofthe Month 43
MARIE ANNETTE TILLIA
DIANN MARIE TOLMACHOFF: Russian
SANDRA P. TOLMACHOFF: Senate l,2,3,
Corres. Sec. 43 National Honor Society , Pro-
gram Chairman 3,43 GAA 13 Pep Club l
SUSAN L. TOLMACHOFF: Russian Club,
Sec.-Treas. l,2,3,4: Latin Club 1,23 GAA 1,23
Tennis 1,23 Senate 23 Class Sec.-Treas. 1
JAMES EARL TOON
STEPHEN ALAN TOPLIFF: Gufnan Club4
REGINA GAYLE TRAINOR: VICA 4:
TRANSFER: Pep Club 13 F.H.A. 1,23
CHRISTINE TRAUBEL: Cheerleading 43
Latin Club 1,2: GAA l,2,33 Pep Club 2,3,43
JEANNE B. TURNER: DECA 4: TRANS-
FER: Class officer 1,23 School Musical 2,33
GAA 2,33 Champion Volleyball l,2,33 Track 2:
Intramuarl Bowling 2,33 Tennis 1,2
ELIZABETH BALTIER VALENZUELA:
Teen Counselors 33 Fellowship Club 43 Tri-Hi-
Y 43 Anytown 33 Speech Club 43 Cardinal Hi-
PETER ERIC VAN CAMP:Marching Bandl,
23 Track JQ Radio Club 13 Spanish Club I,21
Photography 23 Hi-Y 43 Lyres Club 1,2
ISABEL PACHCO VILLA: GAA l,2,33 Pep
Club l,3,4: Badminton 23 Junior Sweetheart
33 Pom Pon 3,4: DECA 3,4, Treasurer 43 Home-
coming Attendant 4
DOLORES GAIL WAGER: ASB Vice Pres.
33 ASB parliamentarian 43 Senate 1,23 Nationa-
al Honor Society 3,43 National Science Founda-
tion 3,43 Model UN 3,43 Spanish Club 33 Lyres
Club l,23Symphonic Band 1,23 Pep Band 1,23
Marching Band l,2: Anytown 13 Fellowship
Club 23 FFA Sweetheart 33 Great Books 43
Student ofthe Month 33 Ariz. Assoc. of Stu-
dent Councils 2,33 National Conference of
Christians and Jews Participant 2, Group Lead-
DWAIN THOMAS WATTS
JODY FRANCES WELSHEIMER
JULIE ANN WHITE: Pom Pon 2,3,4: Pep
Club I,2Q Senate 43 Model UN 2,3,43 Tri-Hi-
Y 3,43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Russian
Club l,2,33 GAA 1,2
ROXANNE LOUISE WHITMOYER: Pep
Band 2,3343 Marching Band l,2,3,43 Lyre's Club
l,3,43 Spanish Club I,2Q National Honor So-
ciety 3,4: Tri-Hi-Y 43 Usherettcs 1,23 Lyre's
Club Secretary-Treasurer 43 Badminton 33
KATHERINE ANN WIERSON: GAA 1,2
3,43 Pep Club l,2,3,43 Spanish Club 1,23 Tri-
Hi-Y 3,43 Girls' State 3: Varsity Volleyball 43
National Honor Society 3,43 Lettergirls 3,4
DEBRA ANN WILDER: Fellowship Club 4:
TRANSFER: Calif. Scholarship Federation
MICHAEL PAUL WIESE: Track 1,2: F.A.A.
REBECCA R. WILEMAN: TRANSFER:
Talent Queen 3
NATHAN MARK WILKINS: Musical 23
Choir 2.3,4: Chorus 2,3,4
STEVEN DWAINE WILKS: Football I3
DEBBIE S. WILLIAMS: Pep Club I3 GAA l
TERRY JO WILLIAMS: GAA l,2,3: Pep
Club 1,23 Geography Club 2,31 Spikettes, His-
torian 3,43 Spanish Club 2
KENNETH DWIGHT WILLIS Ill: Any-
town 13 Football I3 Basketball 13 Forensics
League Debate 43 Speech Club 4: Tcen Coun-
STEVEN FORREST WILLIS: Football 1,2,
3,43 Track I,2,3,4Q Basketball I3 Russian Club
1,23 Lettermen Club 2,3,43 Hi-Y 3,4
BRADLEY D. WOODS: Football I,2Q Bas-
ketball I: Baseball l,2,3,4
LEX WORTHY: Hi-Y 33 National Honor
Society 3,41 Track I,2,3,4Q Football l,2,3
FRANK D. YBARRA: Baseball I,2,3Q Foot-
ball 2,33 Spanish Club 3
KENNA JEAN YERIGAN: DECA 3,4 I
MARIA DE CARMEN ZAMBRANO: Span-
ish Club l,2,43 Pep Club 13 Fellowship Club 1
RICHARD C. BLAISDELL
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JAMES THOMAS COVENEY, JR.: Base-
ball 2,3,4g Football 43 Lettermen 3,4
DALE L. DOUCET: Football l,3g Track l
Lettermen 33 F.F.A. 3,4
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The junior class of 1971-1972 has
reason to smile.
Operating the concession stand and
carrying out the task of yelling
"Pepsi!" and saying, "No, l'm sorry
we don't have coffee."
House of hard work on their float
with a major setback didnit stop them
from grinning and saying, "Well
there's always next year."
Not even a limited budget for the
Prom upset the juniors. Decorating
and favors compensated for the con-
troversy heard earlier.
Juniors maintained a large represent-
ation in many clubs, athletics ad-
ministrative and outside activities.
With trials came accomplishment
and the memories of this year will
make it easy to look back and smile.
Top: Tim Willis, Presidentg Cindy Wimer
Secretaryg Kim Miller, Treasurerg Cindy Decker
Historiang Barbara O'Keefe, V. President
Right: Juniors ride for the big time.
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olgoodies passes down Glendale Avenue.
Juniors abundant on field and in tands
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to see and be seen.
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Crystal Milnes urge crowd on during pep as-
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tractors a suitable vehicle. Right: Ray Mendez,
Joe Gonzales, and Gilbert Marquez take more
interest in having their picture taken tha-niihi
the Homecoming Parade. '
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majorette Brenda Sulzcr cracks a smile as the
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The class of 74 under their all girl
officers began their 2nd year at Glen-
dale High, in rousing fashion. The
first major event of the. year was a
highly successful car wash even though
few people worked, a S50 profit was
earned. Proceeds from this car wash
went to support the Oct. 22 dance
after the Brophy game. Although
the spirits were dampened by a home
game loss, many people attended the
dance and enjoyed the music of the
Amidst the prepatations for home-
coming the sophomore class decided
to build a float atheme was picked
fWe've Only Just Begun To Pin
Them On The Linej and work began
after many set backs, including the
STICKY fingers of the senior class.
They did not win a prize but deep in
their hearts they knew they had done
Aboveg Sophomore Class Officers, Wendy
Behrle, Vice Presidentg Rhonda Cordrey, His-
toriang Kris Krening, Treasurerg Debbie Keys,
Presidentg Kathy Martin, Secretary. Right:
Ecology Club members, Carole Gentry, Dene
Bleeker, and Rodney Fredrickson sit amidst
the "equipment" in Mr. Forsmans' room.
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busy English class to pose for the photographer.
Bottom Left: Scott Trevey wonders when the
leaf of fall will hit him on the head.
Near Left: J.V. Cheerleader Debbie Knutson
shows the cameraman her famous smile.
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Team teaching begins in Freshman English
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Leigh Santa Maria
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Freshmen intrigued b new world
Top: Debbie Mahnke, Sharon Snyder, and Cyn-
thia Kon are caught in a moment of industrious
labor on the G.A.A. float.
Far Left: A crowd of wilted, but willing spec-
tators sing the school fight song at the lirst
Left: Marcia Williams struts as Homecoming
Parade leads off.
TOP: Mrs. Frye
CENTER: Mr. Beeson, Mrs. Shaw
BELOW: Miss Nelson, Mrs. Hodge, Mr. Wuci-
nich, Mrs. White
BOTTOM: Mr. White
English department proposes curricu
The hard-working English Depart-
ment has, as always, assumed a heavy
load at GHS.
Their job is to educate and familia-
rize the students with literature
written throughout the ages.
Literature has withstood the strife
of time and it is the job of English
teachers to bring alive the beauty and
wonder that man's mind has left open
to us, the readers.
Hopefully next year Glendale will
come to know a new English curri-
culum. The proposition for the new
system came about as a result of last
year's North Central Evaluation and
also many teacher's desire to up-date
the current cirriculum.
The system would provide students
with courses relevant to their per-
-'Q' ' :iff
World literature, developing speech
and writing skills, are all a neces-
sary part ofthe English Department
The largest department in the school
provides students with a chance to
develop various literary, speech, and
Other activities related to this depart-
ment include the annual plays, the
Cardinal Highlights, the Speech Club,
daily bulletin, and unoffically, the
These departments put in many hard
and late hours to publish, present.
and relate the things that all Glen-
dale students should know or provide
the opportunity to learn.
TOP: Mrs. Long, Mrs. Ortiz
CENTER: Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Combs, Mrs.
ABOVE: Miss Claunch, Mrs. Golub, Mrs.
BELOW: Mr. Richmond
Science searches realms of unknown
Top Left: Mr. Pierson.
Top Right: Mr. Forsman.
Center Left: Mr. Stapley.
Center Right: Mr. Owens.
Bottom: Mr. Aylward.
The Science Department at GHS
annually instructs a large population
of students. With its complex con-
cepts, perplexing problems and super-
fluous solutions, interests vary, as do
the courses offered.
Earth, Physical, and Biological, Elec-
tronics, sciences, along with chemistry,
Physics and advanced Biology seems
to educate, entertain and endow stu-
dents to explore endeavors of achieve-
Besides thrilling lectures, experimental
disasters and truimphs the classes
observe nature to test its laws.
Top Left: YMr. Hatton.
Top Right: Mr. Cooke.
Left: ,Mr. Rames.
Below: Mr. Roberts
Other classes participate in night labs
observing the heavenly bodies.
The Radio, Science and Ecology Clubs
are directly affiliated with the science
department, widening the areas of
interests available to students.
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Social insights capably instructed
TOP: Mr. France, Mr. Gualdoni, Mr. Ham
CENTER: Mr. Dainty, Mr. Winslow
BELOW: Mrs. Bellah
Did you hear about the group of 30
Glendale students who went to ob-
serve courtroom procedures this year?
That's just one of the many things
the History Department does to in-
form students of what happened yes-
terday and why it is or isn't happen-
With American and World, Latin
American History, along with World
Geography, students gain a wide
knowledge of current events as well
as those of other days.
ABOVE: Mr. Smith, Mrs.
CENTER: Mr. Shaul
BELOW: Mr. Waters
BOTTOM: Mr. Munoz
Smith, Mr. Ballard
Top Left: Mr. Schwartzkopf.
Top: Mr. Stein
Center Left: Mrs..Iohnson.
Center Mr. Fleming.
From general math to accelerated
senior math, the math department
presents a challenge for those students
who have the pressure or initiative to
Many areas of occupation require
math courses and these are readily
available to students-broadening the
field of opportunities.
With a variety of courses and teachers,
each math class takes on its own per-
sonality. But the basic elements of
hard work, impossible chapters, and
homework will remain under all cir-
Top: Mr, Kish
athematics challenge intellect
Center: Mr. McAnervy
Bottom Left: Mrs Shaw
Bottom: Mr. Forrey
"There's a new you coming every day "
Top Left: Mr. Green.
Top Right: Mrs.White.
Left Center: Mr. France.
Right Center: Mr. Roether
Bottom: Mr. Pappas.
Top Left: Mr. Blushkofski.
Top: Mr. Torok.
Center: Mrs. Collins.
Bottom: Mrs. Philips.
With a goal of developing healthy
bodies and minds, the Health and
Physical Education departments
emphasis mental attitude.
Through varied athletic activities and
intramural sports, P.E. gives student
the opportunity to face up to them-
selves and their challengers in the spirit
of competition. This department par-
ticularly seem to vibrate as the heart
of school spirit.
Health as an informative and realistic
course provide students necessary
information on mental physical and
TOP: Mrs. Land, Mr, Feller
CENTER: Miss Nelson, Mrs. Trainer
ABOVE: Mr. Wucinich, Mrs. Hodge
The Allied Arts on our campus consist
of Arts, Crafts, Band, and vocal music.
None of which are required but have
a large enrollment.
Arts and Crafts enables students to
develop various artistic talents they
Band not only provides entertaing
half time shows, but a chance for
students to achieve musical goals.
Vocal music also stages concerts
throughout the year.
Many hours of hard work are put
into these areas whether the outcome
is a painting or performance, it is
enjoyed by all. .
No matter what language you speak,
thereis another one for you at G.H.S.
Be it French, German, Latin, Russian
or Spanish, the many qualified teach-
ers at Glendale are prepared to trans-
late your language into theirs.
Each language sponsors a club, all
active on Glendale's campus.
Many other activities include the
Foreign Language Club Dinner and
the International Banquet which
sponsors: our incoming foreign ex-
change student as well as the one
Well rounded education necessary
TOP: Mr. Koch
RIGHT: Mr. Ma , M H lg
BELOW: Mr. Telle M J M Sh
Arc-welding and cooking
ABOVE: Mr. Ambrose instructs a student on
skills and safety for using welding equipment.
ABOVE LEFT: Mrs. Philips
ABOVE CENTER: Miss Jenkins
ABOVE RIGHT: Mrs.Ward
Our Home Ec. Department this year
has classes for everyone, freshman to
seniors. It consists of Child Develop-
ment, Family Living, Home Furnish-
ings, Clothings, and Foods.
In the changing times of this world,
many girls as well as boys find these
courses extremely profitable, and
consider them an asset to be offered
Whether it's bathing a baby or cook-
ing a soufile, the Home Economics
department is there for those who are
willing to take advantage of the many
Teaching students to work with their
hands at a vocational trade is the goal
of our Industrial Arts Department.
This department, includes auto, metal
and wood shops, along with drafting
and Industrial Cooperative Education.
Mr. LaGrow in Auto Shop teaches
students to mechanics necessary to
repair the engine as well as under-
stand the workings of the automo-
In metal shop, students learn weld-
ing and general metal works, with Mr
Mr. Green and Mr. Schwartz, share
the wood shop where anything from
shoe-shine bits to grin cabinets are
The way to being a architect is through
Mr. Shaw in drafting class, and Mr.
Simpson instructs ICE where stu-
dents gain on-the-job experience.
FAR LEFT: Mr. Schwartz
LEFT: Mr. Simpson
BELOW FAR LEFT: Mr. Ambrose
BELOW LEFT: Mr. Green
ABOVE LEFT: Mr. Shaw
ABOVE RIGHT: Mr. La Grow
LEFT: Mr. Cada
Co-operative programs aid student careers
With a wide variety of available
courses, the business education de-
partment attracts many students.
The operation of various types of
business machines invites students
to challenge their skills and prepare
themselves for na productive future in
many areas of business.
Also, Co-operative Vocational courses
such as COE, JOE, ICE, and DE are
Students' problems challenge counselors
ABOVE LEFT: Mr. Branson
ABOVE RIGHT: Mr. Clever
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Our counselors, librarians and teacher
for the orthopedically handicapped
are all apart of Glendale's Instruc-
tional Service Department.
Working out of the classroom to
aid Glendale students, these people
devote time, patience, and under-
standing when they seem to be needed
The counselors, working out problem
from vocational to personal, the li-
brarians taking-on the tedious task
of finding the information you need,
and the teacher for the orthopedically
handicapped who aides physical,
mental and emotionally handi-
capped children to achieve a normal
level of proficiency, are all a vital and
appreciated part of GHS.
TOP: Miss Hobart
ABOVE LEFT: Miss Mihas
TOP RIGHT: Miss Hessney
ABOVE RIGHT: Mrs. Patterson
LEFT: Mr. Whatley
Administration guides school's growth
TOP ROW fLeft to Righty: Dr. Howard T.
Roberts, Dr. Joseph P. Vorhees, Rev. Rex
Sprink, Mr. Arnold Rovey, Rev. Everett B.
Luther, Dr. Arthur N. Lindberg
The Board of Education, while not
often seen in action, is the ultimate
policy-making body of the entire school
district. These elected officials serve
to carry out the programs which,
hopefully, will benefit the students.
President of the Board is Joseph Vor-
hees, a Glendale dentist. He has served
two terms, for a total of ten years,
and has seen great growth during
Past President is Arthur Lindberg, re-
elected this year. He is a physician
here in Glendale. He has a special
interest in GHS as two of his daugh-
ters attend school locally.
Another local figure is Arnold Rovey,
elected in 1968. The Roveys are long-
time Glendale residents and many
of their names can be found in past
Two ministers also hold seats on the
board. Rex Sprink, who is pastor of
Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran
Church, is serving his first term, being
elected in 1969. Everett Luther, who is
affilated with the Beatitudes, was
appointed to fill the term of John F.
Long and is now serving his first e-
Superintendant Howard Roberts is
seeing the school district through a
time of tremendous growth. With
Apollo opening in 1970, and several
others scheduled for the immediate
future, the district is working hard to
keep even with the Valley population
Up in that front administration build-
ing are the men working hard to see
that things go straight at GHS.
Principal, Mr. Robert Christensen,
along with Assistant Principal, Mr.
Wade Oliver in charge of student ser-
vices, Mr. Bruce Heatwole, Assist-
ant Principal in charge of student
activities and Mr. Robert Hutchi-
son, Dean of Students work with the
This frequently unobserved policy-
making body serves the students and
community in the best of interests.
Mr.Christensen, principal since 1968,
has currently seen the school through
a time of change. As critics of educa-
tion become louder and more com-
mon, the administration has tried to
see that the school curriculum becomes
more responsive to student needs. It
is the principal who must lead these
changes and Mr. Christensen is an
active voice on many committees.
The job of discipline is never a plea-
sant one, and you may not hear Mr.
Heatwole called "Mr. Nice-Guy."
Yet his duties extend far beyond dis-
cipline and into all areas of student
activity. Athletics, the bookstore, or-
organizations-all are part of his do-
The counseling office and registration
are two major concerns for Mr. Oliver.
In his third year at Glendale, he can
usually be seen with a yellow-schedule-
change form in his hand.
A new member of the administration
is the Dean of Students. Mr. Hutchi-
son, a long-time teacher, stepped into
the job, which is primarily concerned
with attendance and tardies.
TOP LEFT: Principal Robert Christensen
TOP: Mrs. Juanita Gilbert distributes mail for
the various teachers' boxes.
CENTER LEFT: Assistant Principal Bruce
CENTER: Assistant Principal Wade Oliver
ABOVE: Dean of Students Robert Hutchison
Efficiency is the name of the game
for the clerical staff. They seem to
know what's happening when no one
else does and can usually be counted
on for an answer to every problem.
The front desk is ably handled by
Juanita Gilbert, receptionist and
general Girl-Friday. Records clerk is
Mary Ann Johnston. Ladye Golter is
Mr. Oliveris secretary and Gloria
Headley is Mr. I-Ieatwole's secretary,
Mr. Christensen's secretary is Evalyn
Moving to the rear office, Thelma
Coker, the nurse, is busy in her office.
In the attendance office are Clara
Graber and Joyce Bollinger, while Bar-
bara Rogers holds forth in the book-
Lillian Quinn can be found in the
library. Pat Murdock is the aide for
the Orthopedically Handicapped
Program. It is difficult to imagine
the school functioning without the
aid and assistance of any of these
ROW l: Buster Eaton, Ralph Renya, Russ
Vaughn, Richard Arce, Jesse Mendenhall
OFFICE STAFF QTOPj Gloria Headley, Mary
Ann Johnston, Ladye Quinn, Clara Graber,
Joyce Bollinger, Pat Murdock, Barbara Rogers,
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operate school efficiently
The summer and part of the school
year were spent working on the paint
job that made GHS the "green
Other major tasks included rekeying
the whole school and laying a tile floor
in the cafeteria. Students are fervently
hoping to see work begin on the re-
frigeration system, which has been so
Serving three separate lunch periods,
cafeteria and snack bar workers serve
a nutritious hot 'lunch as well as se-
lected a la carte items. Hamburgers,
sandwiches and french-fries are al-
ways popular choices as the lines form
This year several special dinners were
served where faculty and students
ate together. For thanksgiving, a de-
licious turkey dinner was served which
only cost a quarter. At Christmas, the
festive scene was repeated, featuring
roast pork prepared by the FFA.
MAINTENANCE STAFF ROW I: Dick She-
ward, Al Wagenfehr, ROW 2: Ralph Amarillas,
Woody Fields, Matt Nadilla, Dave Herrera
CAFETERIA STAFF ROW I: Nellie Aldama,
Stella Rowers, Eileen O'Connor, Eloise Lopez,
ROW 2: .lune Armstrong, Wanda Poteet, Ro-
sella Flatten, Kate O'Leile, Vivian Pelfrey,
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Now that you,ve survived another
year what does it mean? It all seems
so much the same. Still, everything
changes through one school year. . .
and you're part of that change.
Everything moves around youjust as
life changes even as you live it. The
people you meet and the things you
do . .. it all makes you more ofa
person in the way you live . . . and
laugh . . . and love. Life at Glendale,
it becomes a part ofyou as you change
to make the world what it is.
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NOW WATCH THIS! Watch this life
before it gets past. There's too much
ofit to live.
If this yearbook does its job well, this
year will not pass without a lasting
memory preserved in print. A chron-
icle of the people of Glendale High
and what made them what they were
and shaped the rest of their lives.
Life with all of its times, both happy
and sad, full of exuberant human com-
The small mosaic yearbook staff tried
to capture these complexities, complex
in itself being a mosaic cross-section
of the student population. There was
every representation on the staff,
ranging from super-freak to super-
straight. Most of the time all were
The book and making it was full of
fun and surprises. Like finding strange
cryptic writings on the walls of the
darkroom or having to walk around
without stepping on layouts or trip-
ping over Coke Bottles. The midnight
forays across the campus for refresh-
ments through the National Guard
lines were fun too. The most important
decisions were made at the strangest
times, like 4:15 in the afternoon. With
a staff like we had, strange times were
Everyone deserves a great deal. Steve
Abeyta should be honored for his
great contribution of innovative art-
work on the cover and division pages.
He and Genny Batcheller spent their
hours and talent on layout and copy
in the critical early stages of produc-
tion. Gloria Eppinger and Debbie
Edwards worked over a hot typewriter
as the staff kept them busy, just as
Terry Black, our Advertising Man-
ager, kept everyone busy turning in
ads to lay out.
Becki Rohrs worked as Organization
Editor, Carol Eppinger took on the
mammoth Class section Qas well as
everything elsej, and .Ion Johnson was
academics and Faculty Editor. All
three constructed their own sections,
as well as helping each other out and
completing Tim Grace's sports section
for him. Theresa Damiani and Nancy
Kmetko dropped by once in a while to
help as well as various other students
and Thespians who walked through
the door and into the middle of your
yearbook. Also, for the first time
ever, the whole staff worked at some
time or another in the darkroom along
with our sole full-time darkroom
technician, Eric Mecham.
Of course, the entire staff has to look
to one person, our advisor, Ms. Laura
Clauncholly did everything we
couldn't or didn't think of doing land
that's saying quite a lotj. Without
her help the book would have folded
in the planning stages.
i wish i knew, i wish i knew,
what makes me me, what makes you you
Editor Dan Ronnie
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