Newman Smith High School - Illiad Yearbook (Carrollton, TX)
- Class of 1983
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The actual making of our school
year began to affect the students long
before the official opening day had
reached us. Upperclassmen frantically
fried to earn enough money to last
them through football season, and
hopefully until the holidays, while
underclassmen nervously awaited their
induction into high school. Would we
meet new friends? Would we keep our
old friends? Would we pass all our
classes? Would we have any fun?
Never-ending questions that filled the
catacombs of our minds and boggled
our brains were soon put to rest as
soon as the first week of school was
behind us. Our football and volleyball
teams as well as our cheerleaders,
band, and drill team had already been
cast into their roles and their parts
began promptly after dawn. Our fellow
students soon obtained their scripts
and also were soon back into the
pace of high school life. Once the
credits were finally assembled, we
were introduced to a prelude of ac-
tivities for our possible pleasure and a
prelude of school work for our definite
displeasure. The administration beam-
ed a new appearance with the arrival
of Dr. Charles Blanton, from Kimball
High School in Dallas, as our new prin-
cipal. The year was beginning to take
the shape of a classical premiere.
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The last day of the school week once
again proved to be the highlight of our
autumn season. Ma all came together
during Friday pep rallies to promote
school spirit and, in most cases, to
release some emotions. The whole day
climaxed later in the evening as we
watched our football team clash heads
with villains from a whole new district.
With the addition of a couple of Saturday
night games, a Beach Bash Dance, a
Homecoming Dance, the always wild and
crazy "R. L. Turner Week" and some
dubbing here and there, our fall billing
was filled to the end.
The reel started really rolling along with
the arrival of the holiday season. Along
with il came the thoughts of Thanksgiving
dinner, Christmas gifts, and New Year's
Eve parties. Seniors celebrated the
season with first of many outings at the
Ice Skating Party in November and the
rest of the student body found some
celebration at the Christmas Dance.
Winter Break gave most of us a much-
needed vacation away from school and
time to do some last-minute shopping
before leaving town or running out of
money. lt also gave us a chance to get
together with close friends or some good
After the intermission, we returned to
school and were immediately thrust into
our first exams of the year. We also lost
some good friends at the close of the first
semester as some of our favorite faculty
members changed jobs. Most of us sur-
vived the January massacre and entered
the second half of the picture looking tor-
ward to the arrival of spring when we
realized we were the star performers of
our own premiere, stars of our own world
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Murdock, Thomas Pentecost, Scot
Chester, Troy Wharton, Brian Hoffman,
Sean Benlel, Mark Matthews, Manuel
Cruz, Cheryl Penland, Lisa Warner, Jeff
Shiverdaker, Tim Hall, Cathy Henry, Sean
Carey, Vicky Baker, Brent Barkley, Stacy
Bloom, Kim Bredford, Laurie Coleman,
Ryan Dedmon, Shawna Fields, Greg
Forster, Sansoo Hahn, Danielle Hall, Alesia
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Graham, Gina Limsky, Jeff Parmley, Matt
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Donohoo, Tracey Sons, Yuvitta Polite,
Donna Burks, Michelle Matthews, Jill Wolf,
Joy Adkins, Kristen McDonald, Elizabeth
Williams, Sharon Davis, Lesley Leyer,
David Abmayr, Craig Scudder, Joel Black,
Leslie Laminack, Devra Scott, K. K.
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way of youth to a few. Many felt the need to
repulse those not into their way ol living and
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were caused by the new college-style format. tighten the truant policies. QR. Jonesi
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The year began with many changes. Two new administrators, Dr.
Charles Blanton and Mrs. Lora Folsom, were perhaps the most prominent
additions. Dr. Blanton, the new principal, brought mixed reactions from the
students and faculty at first. But, after having time to become acquainted
with him, they began to realize that he was a great asset to Newman
Smith. Mrs. Folsom had been an administrator at Smith two years ago,
and returned this year in the capacity of assistant principal. Most other
changes affected school policies. The tardy policy was tightened exten-
sively, allowing students one tardy before detention work was assigned,
and two tardies before the student was referred to an administrator. Pep
rallies were set up on a rotating basis in order to keep them from interrupt-
ing the same class too often. Each class was shortened five minutes in
order to create the thirty minute assemblies. The Odyssey was distributed
free-of-charge as a new student service. Changes were also made in the
appearance of the school. The new varsity football fieldhouse was the
largest addition, but a covered walkway was also put up outside the gym.
Although changes generally tend to upset the normal flow of production,
the people who make up Newman Smith were able to benefit from theirs
throughout the year.
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Top: Pep rallies alternated class periods enabling more students to show their Trojan Pride. tK.
Center: Mrs. Borcherding and HENRY FERNANDEZ take a break after writing tardy passes for late
students. tFl. Jonesl
Above: The long-awaited fieldhouse was a welcome addition to the Newman Smith campus. tK.
Left: KENNY DURANT gives NATALIE RUSSELL her free issue of the paper. tK. Johnstonl
Above: The Varsity cheerleaders exhibit one
of their many routines during a pep rally. tR.
Right: CRAIG HILL and CRAIG HAMMOND
vigorously play their trumpets with the band
during a pep rally. tR. Tatei .i
Opposite Page Top: HAL MAYO catches the ,
spirit as he yells for the senior class. tR.
Far Right: The senior class seems exuberant
at a pep raliy. tR. Tatei
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22 Pep Rallies
Pep rallies were changed this year from
dominating sixth period to fluctuating between
first and sixth periods. This idea pleased and
upset certain members of the faculty. The
coaches seemed somewhat upset because the
football players needed to be fired up at the end
of the day for the game that night. The rest of
the faculty were somewhat pleased because
their sixth period classes were not interrupted
every Friday. The students had mixed feelings
about the pep rallies. Of course the seniors were
excited about having the pep rallies earlier so
that they could attend. However, it was hard to
rest of the students since they had to go back
to class after the pep rally had ended.
Dr. Blanton helped the spirit rise at several
pep rallies by speaking and firing up not only the
football players, but the students. For the first
time in about a year, each class exhibited its
spirit each week by continuing to stand during
the entire thirty minutes of the pep rally.
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AMY HOLLIDAY get into the surfin' mood, Car-
Below: CARL HORN waits to pay for supplies, in
an effort to prepare for the next week, tR.
Bottom Lett: TODD BASH and TODD GLOVER
practice thier brass before the pep rally. tK.
Bottom Right: RON JONES takes times out of his
Friday schedule to 'vandalize' a lriend's Car. tK.
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Fridays were once again the highlight ot our week. With our minds
focused on pep rallies and football games, we quickly forgot about our
algebra exams, English essays, and government events. Dances could
often be expected to follow the game, whether we won or lost. These
school sponsored activities were not the only way we achieved our
social limits, however. A few deviates got off 'papering' houses or
'shoepolishing' cars, while for those of us who had cars tor could
'bum' a ride with someone who didt, a late night snack at Chili's or a
cruise down Forest Lane would satisfy us until Saturday night. For
those of us who were apprehensive about how Saturday would begin,
we could go watch the sun rise from the 7-1 1 vldeoroom.
Left: LORI BARNES and MARLIN EDWARDS get Above: The Varsity team celebrates their victory
together at the Beach Bash. lR. Jonest over Turner. QR. Jonesl
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Mrs. Roth stands in an emcee during one of the lengthy rehearsals.
TRACY GIDDENS is chased by the evil SHERYL WILLIS in The Wizard of
Bottom Right: CINDY SIMMONS administers aid to STEPHANIE MOXLEY
as MELISSA REEVES heats up.
Opposite Page, Left: MARCI GO beats the primeval drums lor the skit.
Opposite Page, Right: LESLIE BURKE performs the "Singing in the
Rain" part ol the final show.
Opposite Page, Bottom: ANDREA NICHOLS demonstrates a 'lay out'
during the Opus ll portion ol the Finale.
IPHO TOS BY HON JONES2
26 Fantastic Finale
Seven deaths in Chicago 2
because of tampered Tylenol 6'
capsules caused the largest ,Q I 5 i
scale public panic to occur within 4 Q
years. Several other packaged - -- Q
products were tampered with '
and, subsequently, brought
about tamper-proofing of Over i
The Counter drugs. -gs V.,
EIGHT WEEKS OF PURE ECSTACYl It all end
ed wlth the slgnrng ofthe agreement to end the
National League Football stnke on November
16 1982 Maybe next year
Flokle voters responded to great sounding
oampalgn promrses as they threw out the rn
perrenoed Attorney General Mark White s vow
to do away wlth the state gasolrne tax After
the electron he was unable to Keep his word
oumbent Governor Bill Clements for the inex-
Top Right: The junior Troymans perform the
routine that they learned for the pep rally. QR.
Above: The junior cheerleaders show the stu-
dent body their agility as they make a
pyramid. tR. Tatej
Right: The junior football team spiritfully
gathers after they were introduced at the pep
rally. tR. Tatej
30 Powder Puff
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SENIUIQS' WDIQIY IDA S
The term "powderpuff" at Newman Smith not only meant junior and senior girls battling it out on
the football field, but also junior and senior "men" who became twirlers, cheerleaders, and
Troymans for the day and later at the game.
Practices began around one month before the actual game night for both junior and senior teams.
The players were given various plays to memorize in order to prepare for the game.
The cheerleaders, twirlers, and Troymans also had memorizing to do. The cheerleaders had
cheers to learn and twirlers had routines to "perfect," while Troymans had to learn to "dance"
The game turned out to be a bit less than the cheerleaders expected. Neither squads were
permitted to cheer at the game because of some incidents that occurred at the pep rally. However,
the game proved itself a success when the seniors came out on top with a score of 18-13.
Top Left: RHONDA LUCK artfully applies make-
up to complete the feminine twirler outfit worn
j N by noNJoNEs. tn. rarer
Above Left: The senior Troymans perform their
routine with precision at the game. tFl. Tatet
Above: DAVID GARZA leads the rest of the senior
cheerleaders on to the gym floor at the pep ral-
A ly. tFl. Tatej
j j Left: The senior football team lines up as they
3 1 are introduced at the pep rally. fR. Tatet
Left: MARY FLORES walks away while she
displays her fashionable mini. iD. Norridl
Below: Racquette ball is a popular sport, as
demonstrated by DAVID GARZA while in a mood.
Opposite Page, Top: For the sporty driver, like
Mr. Sparks, the new Pontiac Trans Am walled
for a trip down the road. tk. Johnslonl
Oposite Page, Bottom: The variations of poker
left ROBERT WESTER losing more than his
money. The other players benefited by his
misfortune. l.l. Sittonl
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The ability to fit 'in' with the popular crowd
relied on what we had, what we wore, what we
liked, and what we did. ln order to conform to
these fundamentals of social eliteness, the
various fads and fashions had to be accepted
without reservation. Wishing to be popular, we
had to wear mini-skirts, or brightly colored
clothes. Anything that completed the Olivia
Newtonalohn look would also be tolerated.
Besides the way we dressed and how our hair
was styled, what we had and what we did af-
fected the way we fit in the crowd. New cars
were popular for the sporty side of life, while
athletics or games of chance added spice. By
participating in all of these, popularity was within
our grasps. tif we knew the right people or had
ed Thai our schooi ran smooihiy aii by iiseiig
tions oi severai, we
We oiien beiiev
whiie in reaiiiy, had ii noi been ior The e
wouid have wirhered away. Our very speciai "iamiiy" did more
ihan cieari our carpeis and serve iood. They Took ihe iime io
make our "home away irom home" someihing io be proud oi.
Numerous iunchoris were periormed by our adminisiraiiori,
iheir siahs, and our ihdividuai ciubs and organizations. The iiiiie
exira produciiviiy we pui in BEi-iiND THE SCENES aiiowed us io
be recognized in such areas as drama, music, aihieiics, driii
ieam, ioreign ianguages, and iournaiism.
. Kohn and Mrs,
We had compuiers Thai oniy helped Mrs
iedious operaiions required ior graduaiion.
the repertoire oi our
Miiiaway with ihe
' ers composed
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duction or LiE
34 Behind me Scenes
Before entering the field, the Varsity Football team takes a few minutes for prayer. lR. Jonesl
JULIA MULLINAX turns in her attendance slips to Mrs. Margi Richardson. lR. Jonesl
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LINDA BURKE prepares Teenage Sexuality for
publishing in the Odyssey. lR. Jonesl
Mr. Moyer unloads new supplies to keep the
school going strong. lK. Johnstoni
Behind the Scenes 35
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Above: JEFF WASKOW, LORRI BARNES,
BECKY BECK and JOE PASCULLO eat at
Judge Roy Bean's. QR. Jonest
Right: RICHARD LIMBERT hurriedly goes
through the drive-thru in order to save time.
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The idea ot going out to eat for lunch and
dinner progressed to a new summit through the
year. Various places to eat encouraged people
of all ages to spend their hard-earned money
satisfying their appetites. Restaurants around
the Dallas area included: Chili's, Chl-Chi's,
Bennigan's, T.G.l. Friday's, Peoples, Magic Time
Machine, Steak and Ale, and Crystal's.
Seniors discovered early in the year that time
was scarce during lunch periods. This created a
last pace at a drive-thru rather than a leisurely
lunch spent in a restaurant. Anything, however,
was a step up from having to slay at school and
consume whatever happened to be prepared by
the lunch ladies in the cafeteria.
Left: MARLIN EDWARDS gets caught offguard
leaving McDonald's. tR. Jonesl
Below: T.G.l. Friday's was a popular place for
students to grab a bite. llfl. Jonesl
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LIFE 84 LIDVE
Visual representations were a major part of our lives. Movies
depicted every aspect of living. All types of physical and
psychological problems were overcome. tLike the problem of
what to do when a "SOLD OUT" glared out at you from behind
the ticket window.l innumerable obstacles cropped up in the
way of true LOVE, but were usually put asunder with the aid of
goodness. Evil anecdotes composed the interest elements of
the "soaps" Seniors could watch "All My Children," "One Life
to Live," or "General Hospital" and report the various
synopses to the underclassmen the next day. We even had
graphics in our own school. The immeasurable yards of
filmstrips that were shown in Health, English, and Biology were
supposed to enlighten and entertain us. Watching the often
childlike cartoons, we found ourselves daydreaming about the
real world, rather than the adventures of Billy Bob Butterfly's
Eye In The Sky.
LISA FUHBMAN and MICHAEL KARMANN stand in line at the Plaza Theatre
for tickets to a matinee. CB. Jonesl
The generation oi movies, which started at Christmas had something to
please everyone. Here are a few:
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IWEDNESDAY, FIFTH PERIODI
RHONDA: "Lyndal Guess what? David finally asked me out tor Friday night!! Gan you believe
it? Friday is only two days away! Good grief! I've got to get something to wear, get
my hair cut, and . .
DAVID: "Roni I finally got up the nerve to ask Rhonda out. I don't know where we're going to
go yet. Got any suggestions!?! . .
tFRlDAY, 3:30 P.M.l
RHONDA: tOn her way home trom schooll "O,k. It's 3:30 now. David said he was going to
pick me up at 7:30. That's only tour hours away!!! I'm never going to have time to
go buy new shoes, wash my hair, iron my new blouse . .
DAVID: l0n his way home trom schooll "O.k. It's 3:30 now. Let's see I've got to wash and
wax my car, take a shower, buy some Binaca . .
QFRIDAY, 5:30 P.M.J
RHONDA: tLooking into mirrorl "Oh no! It's 5:30 already! MOM! Would you iron my new
blouse? What did I do with that new sweater I bought today? Oh my gosh! I think I
left that sack in Lynda's car! . .
DAVID: iLooking into mirrorl "Why won't this darn razor work? Dad, can I use your razor?
Mine broke, At this rate, I'm going to have to call Rhonda and tell her I'll be late. Great
impression tor a first date! . .
QFRIDAY, 6:30 P.M.l
RHONDA: iStiIl looking into mirrorl "Why didn't I buy some new mascara yesterday? THIS
one's all clumped up, Let's see, it's 6:30 now. I've got just enough time to iron my
new blouse IMOMII, and get dressed . .
DAVID: tStilI looking into mirrorl "It's already 6:30? Where did the time go? I've still got to get
gas and MONEY! I used my last tive at lunch yesterday. Looks like I'Il have to go and
cash my paycheck at the bank . ,
QFRIDAY, 7:30 P.M.l
RHONDA: "O.k. It's 7:30 and I'm ready on time for once. I can't believe it. The one time I'm
ready on time, he's late. What a way to go on the first date . .
DAVID: t0n his way to Rhonda's housel "Oh no. I knew I was going to be late! I should have
gone to the bank this afternoon. What is that? RAIN!?! It figures it would rain since I
just washed the car . .
tFRIDAY, 7:45 P.M,l
THE DOORBELL RINGS.
Top Right: CHARLOTTE HARRIS appears dreamy as she gets ready in front
ot the mirror tor a very important date. QD. Norridl
Right: A couple appears cozy as they park in the dark, "lonely" parking
lot behind Target. tD. Norridl
Above: JAY CHUNG hurriedly fills up with gas so as not to be late to pick
up his date. QD. Norridl
Top Left: STEPHEN MOITZ and BETH RHINE must separate and go to their
different classes. QD. Norridl
Top: RHONDA NEWMAN and SCOTT HARRIS seem to be content as they
discuss future plans for the weekend. iD. Norridl
Above: RENEE TRAGHELLA and GARY BLANKENSHIP talk about what they
would like to do when they go out Saturday night. QD. Norridl
Above: GLENNA HARRIS appears shocked as
she gels a pie in the face at the orchestra booth.
Right: HARRY RE VER munches on chicken while
sitting at the fair. IK. Johnston!
i CUUNTIQ FAIIQ
' As usual, the Carrollton Country Fair proved to be a tremendous suc-
cess. Folks ot all ages gathered to exhibit and buy homemade arts and
i E , crafts that only Carrolllonians could enjoy. Booths were set up for such
1 I rf things as woodcarvings, crochet items, monogrammings, games, and
j 5 N A last, but not least, food. Ideas for birthday and Christmas gifts were
shared with friends and neighbors all over the CarrolIton!Farmers Branch
One old gimmick that was carried over from years past was confetti
' eggs. Friends and enemies broke these confetti filled eggs over each
I other's heads to show affection of detestation.
Food booths were prominent at the Country Fair. They consisted of
such things as egg rolls, hamburgers, homemade ice cream, cotton can-
y dy, corny dogs, chili, and much much more.
All that attended the Carrollton Country Fair were pleased. The fair also
at created hope in the minds of others for next year.
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f ' ' Top: CRAIG HUFF T supervises the fun and ex-
l X ' X citement of the Spanish Club's rampball. KR.
9 Above: The Trojan Band marches fo the beat of
l a first place marching award. iK. Johnston!
Above: STACEY CANALIZO satishes her thirst
while working at the Senior Class booth. KK.
Left: ROBERT BENNETT struggles to keep his
head above water in the dunking booth. IR.
WHAT T0 BUY?
Above: KEITH DAVID sells DECA carnations
Above Right: STEVE SHEERAN and MIKE BOUTIS
sell cupcakes tor the Senior country fair booth.
Center: Mr. Hendricks buys goodies from VICKIE
MAHON to support the Senior class. LJ. Sittont
"Does Anybody wanna buy . . .?" This ques-
tion was heard every day ot every week. It
creeped up on the unsuspecting hallwalker
between classes, and converged on the bus
crowd after school. The only way to avoid the
first plan of sales talk was to completely ignore
the box-carrying Freshman. The real key to Plan
A was the 'worthy cause' that needed to be sup-
ported. Clubs needed money to compete at
conventions, attend summer camps, and pay
tor little extras in scenery for the drama depart-
ment. When this failed to produce sales, she
would have to switch to Plan B. Plan B consisted
ot isolating a friend and giving him the 'guilt' trip.
"But Bob, you bought Shelly's Band soap,
Kelly's Troyann key chains, and Patty's HOCE
pizza! Why won't you buy my Freshman cook-
ies? Do you like them more than me?" This
along with a few tears would usually convince
the entire hall to purchase WHATEVER you were
selling -just to keep you quiet.
Below: MICHAEL KARMANN fills out receipts for Bottom: MARY MATTHEWS purchases her 'Fid-
the '83 Iliad in front of the unveiled cover. QD. dler on the Roof' tickets to support drama. iK.
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DEBATE! CUEDC DN
Stage presence, the ability to express the moment, thought or action.
That is what drama and debate are all about. Hundreds of students spend
many of their waking hours trying to master that art. They want to raise
heads when they speak and to have everyone thinking their way.
Under the leadership of Ms. Peveto and Ms. Schleimer, the drama
groups competed very successfully at local, state and national levels.
These groups also produced public performances three times this year,
beginning with "ESCB" in September, "Mildred Wild" was the one-act
performance, and the year culminated with the presentation of "Years
Dr. Rhodes was a driving force behind the success of the debating
teams this year. Tournaments took the squads to many cities across the
state of Texas, ranging from Grand Prairie to Houston. The Hillcrest
tournament was perhaps one of the most successful for the squad, with it
winning first place in overall debate sweepstakes. At the U.l.L. district level
the debating team of James Clendenon and Chris Martin placed in the
quarter finals in standard debate.
Row l: S. Roper, H. Drake, E. Williams, D. Ahmann, B. Putney, E. Morin.
Bow 2: Dr. Rhodes, J. Matsushita, J. Lyon, B. Dyess, J. Brown, T. Kim.
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How 1: L. Bowen, N. Staley, R. Lara, T. Haley, M. Wynn, K. Gath,
Peveto. Flow 2: S. Bloom, L. Nelson, V. Baker, L. Warner, S. Nicholas,
Poeschke. Row 3: C. Penland, C. Henry, C. Chester, S. Fields, T. T e
Row 4: D. Doyen, A. Sprague, C. McElroy, M. Motley. Bow 5: D. Dwyer,
Wharton, B. Hoffman, M. Baranowski, G. Foster, T. Gonzales.
Opposite Page: Top: CHRIS MARTIN, BRIAN
SULLIVAN, and JAMES CLENDENON proudly
display two of the many awards that they
received this past year. IR. Jonesl
This Page: Top: ELIZABETH WILLIAMS and
BECKY PUTNEY take notes an TAE KlM'S
presentation. QR. Jonesl
Middle Left: DIANE AHMANN contemplates how
to best present her arguments. IR. Jonesl
Middle Right: Much of debate is based on group
ettort and guidance. tR. Jonesl
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backer, D. Johnson, R. Martin, M. Melkus, L. Rex, T. Willard. Row 3: L to H: Y. Baldy, D. Clinton, K. French, N. Hankins, L. Johnson, S. McBride, G. Nash, C.
Fluthmiere, P. Womack. Row 4: K. Bowman, L. Cobler, A. Fietz, C. Harris, M. Johnson, G. McCoy, K. Prats, T. Samples, T. Woodruff. Row 5: T. Cain, S. Copp, T.
Fuentes, J. Hendrickson, K. Kavanaugh, L. McCullough, M. Orozco, J. Sartor, S. Worlham. Row 6: K. Corzart, B. Cordes, C. Giles, J. Henry, H. Green, K. McKinney,
P. Pross, B. Smyth, T. Zanotto. Row 7: S. Glidewell, G. Hill, K. Lewis, S. Hoechsetter, C. Davis, R. Travis.
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I2 SDIDIT E TENSIUNS
Pep Club started the football season off
with hand routines, cheers, and school spirit.
They made a striking appearance in their
new green and gold uniforms. As the season
ended, pep club spent many hours ol
preparation for drill team and cheerleader
try-outs in the spring.
The Trojan Flag-Corps and the twirlers
prepared for halftime performances, con-
tests, and pep rallies. New members were in-
troduced to the experience of building Trojan
spirit through their performance. The two
clubs along with the Trojan band and
Troyanns participated in UIL and Parade of
Champions, and later qualified for state com-
petition in Austin.
Opposite Page, Top Left: Row 1: C. Cobbler, A. Turner,
K. Halliday, V. Williams, D. Putney, K. Head, K. Fultz. Row
2: A. Sanker, S. Howell, P. Holland, K. Erickson, A.
Biggs, L. Cox, V. Granchay, K. Gibbs.
Top Right: Twirlers: N. Dryer, D. Rose, C. Hesse, A.
This Page, Top Left: KRISTY HEAD shows how cold foot-
ball games can be. iR. Tatel
Top Flight: KIM MCFARLAND executes one of the hand
routines during a football game. lK. Johnstonj
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ullard, R. Coffman, L. Folsom, K. Jones, E. Ruthmeire, J.
locum, B. Wheeler. Row 3: V. Ashby, S. Burt, T. Cravey, C.
reeman, B. Kersting, M. Luce, L. Reagan, D. Van Noy, M.
illiams. Row 4: S. Bloom, M. Carey, V. Deal, M. Kirkpatrick,
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Fiddler, A. Harris, D. Bradshaw, L. Kraus, S. Shih. Flow 7: L.
Deloach, H. Kinney, D. Howell.
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With a surge of music, flash of light, swish r
banners, and a syncronized step, the 1982-83 TrC
jan Marching Band took to the field. After a stylis
salute by the Drum Majors Marty Hammond and Jo
Adkins and a clapping of hands to "get the beat,
the halftime extravaganza is on. The band begir'
its ever-changing series of patterns and lines. Wit
a sudden change of mood, they begin to winc
down, like toys out ot energy. In a single movemet
lines have reformed and the non-stop show takes
different twist. Percussion instruments may tie th
show together by rat-tat-tatting through their ow
style of music: or, a soloist may make the fin
piece one to remember. tcontl T
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Row t: S. Howell, V. Williams, C. Cobter, A Turner, K. Head. A. Galley, C. Hesse, D. Rose, N. Dyer, D. Putney, K. Gibbs
L. Cox, L. Yarbrough, K. Halliday. Row 2: J Lewis, M Hammond, M. Phillips, J. Henry, H. Wray, A. Sanker, K. Erickson
S. Reece, M. Felton, B. Grady, J. Striptung, G. Reece, K. Wilson, K. Nead, S. Armstrong, D. Scott, A. Biggs, V. Granchay
P. Holland, C. Scudder, R. Owens, M. Kelly. Row 3: K. Kinstley, J. Bauer, J. Singleton. L. Laminack, S. Harris, M
Mathews, A. McKenna, J. Weaver, C. Ebanks, R. Ivy, S. Lang, B. Kokel, K. Laktns, M. Blair, L. Huber, S. Donch, D
Burks, A. Hubert, K. Phelan, T. Cooper, L Williams, T. Smith, P. Munoz, T. Brackhahn. Row 4: S. Johnson. D. Ahmann.
J. Woulfe, B. Thompson, A. Cogar, K. Smith, L. Boydson, L. Smith, K. McDonald, K. Eatmon, S. Walker, L. Ashby, D.
54 Marching Band
Owen, M. Price, M. Bass, C. Harris, K. Ackerman, E. Brown, K. Fuller. Row 5: M. Englehart, G. Whittaker, K. Bolsom.
Conner. C. Lowry, K. Munoz, K. Talbot, L. Baker, B. Bunch, C. Horn, T. Bash, R. Green, S. Smith, T. Norton, K. Smt
M. Wiedemer, M. Harris, K Pattord, J. Chatfin, D. Poirier, C. Martin. Row 6: M. Bryant, D. Adamyr, J. Rittenhouse,
Peterson, C. Hill, C. Hammond, B. Holman, B. Breckridge, M. Lark, T. Mills, S. Scudder, K. Ebanks, G. Nash, D. Baile-
J. Skelton, M. Rawlings, G. Krllam, J. Bauer, N. Cotterill, G. Bolle, J. Oros. Row 7: R. Lappin, S. Bryant, C. Harris.
Briers, J. Lassiter, J. Black. M. Abbott. B. England, P. Morgan, J. Chung, S. Harris, T. Glover, M. McKenna, M. Ruth
ford. D. Crawford, S. Fiore, R Gonshek, M. Grittin, D. Shannon, S. Davis. L. Leyer, and M. Chancey.
Then it's off of the field to stand at attention for
the other band's performance. Finally, back to the
stands, where the work continues, playing tor
touchdowns and performing crowd pleasers such
as "We Got the Beat."
The Band's performing time was not limited sole-
ly to football games. Hours of practice went toward
UIL, The Parade of Champions, and state competi-
tion. They placed 4th at The Parade of Champions,
and received all "ones" at UIL marching contest.
This qualified them for state competition, where
they received a "two" overall.
Dedication, pride, punctuality and responsibility
are all characteristics of a band member. Practices
starting at 7 o'clock in the morning, and marching
in the cold, wet, and mud tend to do something to
the sole. "Mr. Bohls is very demanding, and he
knows itg but he doesn't ask for anything you can't
do." said Joy Adkins.
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perfect halftime. QR. Jonesi
Middle: At one time or another, almost every band member found
himself watching, rather than performing. CR. Jonesl
This Page - Top: JOY ADKINS took her job seriously, whether it be
directing or creating routines, she was there. QR. Jonesi
Middle: The band executed maneuvers with great precision. QR.
Left: "What, that song again?" t.l. Sittoni
Above: JOY ADKINS directs at the Parade of Champions. QR. Jonesi
Marching Band 55
BAND: A FULL
The marching season ended with a sigh of relief, but the band went on
practicing for state competition in Austin. lt was then time for Area Band
tryouts held at Southern Methodist University. As a result four separate
bands were created. The traditional Symphonic, Concert, and Jazz bands
were brought back again this year along with a new group called "The
Trojan Technique Band." During the month of February the groups began
preparing for the University interscholastic League Solo Ensemble at W. T.
White High School. The Jazz band also participated in a Jazz Band
Festival. Later in April, the bands hosted a U.l.L. Band Concert and
Sightreading Contest held here at Newman Smith High School. They
concluded their successful year with one last concert and Music Festival
followed by their Spring Banquet in May.
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ticipates in the sound of jazz during band class. IJ.
Top Left: CRAIG SCUDDER decides to kick back while
playing during Jazz class. IJ. Sittonl
Bottom Left: CRAIG SCUDDER watches MIKE LARK do
all the playing. IJ. Sittonl
This Page, Top Left: The flute is one of the many in-
struments heard in the Concert band rehearsal. IR.
Bottom Center: SHAWNE MCLEAN expresses her en-
thusiasm during Concert band rehearsal. IR. Jonesl
Top Right: DEAN SHANNON huffs and puffs until the
sound inally comes out. IR. Jonesl
Left: As demonstrated by RICHARD LAPPIN, STEVE
BRYANT, and KRIS MUNOZ, the saxophone is an im-
portant touch to jazz music. IJ. Sittonl
Above: MARK HARRIS concentrates on his music dur-
ing Symphonic band rehearsal. IJ. Sittonl.
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TROJAN TECHNIOUE BAND -
Row 1: K. Lakins, D. Ruml, A.
Catley, D. Donner, A. Cogar, K.
Gibbs, D. Owen. Row 2: T. Nor-
ton, L. Sayer, B. Holman, B.
Breckinridge, C. Moody, J.
Long, M. Lebarre. Row 3: K.
Erickson, S. Harris, S. Fiore, K.
Fuller, A. Scheunehmann, C.
Martin, D. Henderson.
CCNCERT BAND - Row 1: M
Bass, K. Bolson, K. McDonald, B
Kokel, A. Hubert, S. Harris, A
Sanker. Row 2: K. Head, A.
Scudder, B. Thompson, K. Smith
D. Scott, S. Johnson, K. Acker
man, J. Werner, K. Phelan, H.
Wray, C. Harris, J. Skelton, J.
Weaver, G. Nash. Row 3: B.
Grady, M. Felton, L. Lamniaclo,
B. Arruda, M. Ferrell, T. Sons, A.
Biggs, L. Cox, K. Smith, G. Bolle,
D. Poirier, M. Bryant, M
Wiedemer, R. Green. Row 4: C. .
Caslignoli, S. Peterson, B
Owens, G. Killam, K. Ebanks, D.
Shannon, and M. Griffin.
SYMPHONIC BAND - Row 1: D.
Ahmann, J. Adkins, A. McKenna,
R. lvy, D. Burks, C. Ebanks, L.
Hubert, M. Blair, S. Donch, K.
Halliday, S. Lang. Row 2: K.
McDonald, M. Price, S. Walker,
C. Harris, M. Matthews, J.
Woulle, L. Williams, M. Harris, C.
Lowry, L. Leyrer, V. Briers, M.
Chancey, D. Rose, C. Harris, S.
Davis. Row 3: K. Ealmon, N.
Dryer, L. Boydson, L. Yar-
brough, L. Smith, L. Ashby, D.
Abmayr, J. Rittenhouse, T. Mills,
C. Scudder, J. Henry, M. Lark,
S. Scudder, M. Rawlings, T.
Bash, K. Talbot, S. Bryant, S.
Smith, C. Horn, J. Oros, M.
Phillips, L. Baker, B. Bunch.
Row 4: J. Stripling, K. Wilson, S.
Kay, H. Kennedy, M. Keeler, J.
Chung, M. Rutherford, M.
McKenna, T. Glover, B. England,
J. Singleton, P. Morgan, J.
Black, M. Abbott, R. Gorishek.
Row 5: M. Kelley, J. Bauer, K.
Kinstley, J. Lewis, P. Sacco.
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CONCERT ORCHESTRA - Lisa
Beazel, Michael Borgstrom,
Robert Bryan, Robert Carroll,
Scott Donohoo, Andrea Porter,
Yuvitta Polite, Robert Stadt,
SYMPHONIC ORCHESTRA -
Joy Adkins, Lisa Ashby, Donna
Burks, Michelle Chancey,
Sharon Davis, Scott Donohoo,
Becky England, Jett Hall,
Charlotte Harris, Glenna Harris,
Jayson Henry, LeAnne Jenn-
ings, Sheeba Johnson, Olynn
Korsmo, Jett Lewis, Lesley
Leyer, Janet Mailloux, Michele
Mathews, Kris McDonald, Andy
McKenna, Michael Perdue,
Patrica Price, Elaine Reiss, John
Smith, Kimberly Smith, Tracy
Sons, Candy Stone, Jeff Strip-
ling, Elaham Taeed, Craig
Thomas, Michelle Weber, Liz
Williams, Kelly Wilson, Jill
JAZZ BAND - Row 1: Neal Cot-
trill, Kris Munoz, Brenda Bunch,
Steve Bryant, Richard Lappin.
Row 2: Jett Hall, Scott Kay,
John Singleton, Becky England,
Todd Glover, Jett Lewis. Row 3:
Tittanie Smith, Pete Sacco,
Todd Bash, Mike Lark, Jason
Henry, Marshall Rawlings, Craig
The screech of violin bows being drawn across untuned strings, the
pluck ofa bass as the player tries to find the right string, clarinets
wailing out A flats as the piano player pumps his ivories - these are all
sounds of an orchestra tuning-up. The Newman Smith orchestras were
very finely tuned this year by Mr. Kenneth Dockray, as he led them
through unmatched performances locally, statewide, and even in
Carlsbad, New Mexico.
For the first time at Newman Smith, the orchestras held what they
hope will become an annual dinner in the cafeteria. The dinner was held
on October 21, and proved to be a great success. A covered dish
supper was also held during the year, to help raise money for the
groups' various activities during the year.
The Symphony Orchestra took Sweepstakes, earning a Division I
from all the judges in both Concert and Sightreading portions of the
contest. In addition, musical history was made as the Symphony
Orchestra and Symphonic Band earned Sweepstakes honors.
Other concerts during the year included performing at the Great
Texas Pick-up, a Kiddie Concert for local fourth graders, and a spring
show in the theater. The year culminated with a banquet at the Summit
The lights go up, the director's sticks find their normal place on the
shelf, stands are dismantled, violins and basses return to their ever so
stuffy cases, and the orchestras go home until the next concert.
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demonstrates the proper way to play
the violin. QR. Jonest
Bottom Left: Constant practice and
hard work went into being an or-
chestra member. QR. Jonest
Bottom Right: T.M.E.A. REGION XX OR-
CHESTRA - Row 1: J. Maiiloux, L.
Jennings, O. Korsmo, E. Taeed, J.
Adkins, J. Woulfe. Row 2: S. Johnson,
J. Smith, P. Price, S. Davis, J. Henry,
T. Sons, M. Perdue.
This Page: Top: The pianist is perhaps
one of the most important members of
the orchestra. CR. Jonesi
Bottom: Orchestra members per-
formed at the Great Texas Pick-up.
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Opposite Page: Top Left: KELLY LINDERS sings
a solo with A Cappella and Vocal Ensemble at
the Great Texas Pick-Up. QR. Jonesl
Bottom Right: Members of the Vocal Ensemble in
a complimentary performance to help the PTA.
This Page: Below: Mr. Sparks, the new director,
worries about the upcoming UIL competition. QR.
VOCAL ENSEMBLE - Left to Right: J. Hall, Qon
the pianol, M. Keefer, Qon the drumsl, T. Hall, S.
Ray, C. Murdock, L. Coleman, S. Chester, R.
Richards, L. Cooper, M. Matthews, L. Alexander,
S. Sivess, S. Hahn, K. Linders, S. Bentel, P.
Lapiers, T. Pentcost. Not Pictured: K. Kim.
A CAPPELLA - Row 1: J. Obar, J. Ward, D.
Bjornson, K. Linders, C. Cobler, R. Tragella, L.
Alexander, J. Mailloux, C. Minn, R. Richards, K.
Kim. Row 2: L. Cooper, M. Luce, C. Crowder, L.
Coleman, C. Penland, J. Wynn, K. Vanek, S.
Ray, V. Baker, S. Sivess, T. Crowe, K. Dicker-
son. Row 3: L. Moore, C. Stone, M. Mattey, K.
Head, M. Dale, A. Murphy, K. McCullough, L.
Huber, B. Vollmering, S. McLean, A. Stephens,
P. Lapiers. Row 4: M. Abbott, J. Shiverdaker, Ri
Owens, S. Rutherford, B. Hoffman, T. Hall, G.
Forster, M. Matthews, J. Parmley, C. Smith, W.
Preston, T. Pentcost, D. Zacharias. Row 5: S.
Carey, S. Johnson, J. Hall, X. Chester, G. Nash,l
D. Petty, S. Bentel, L. Southerland. Row 6: M.
Johnson, S. Hahn, M. Keeler, C. Murdock, C.
Barr, D. Wadyko, L. Nguyen.
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ioodman, M. Ho, L. Lutz. Row 2: V. McCauley,
L. Kavanaugh, M. Escobedo, L. Ouinn, P. Webb,
l. Hensel, T. Cain, T. Vaughn. Row 3: T. Trung,
L. Bradford, S. Martin, D. Hall, D. Kelso, J. Irby,
Under the new direction of Jim Sparks, the choirs started the year off
on a good note. Vocal Ensemble added choreography to its performances
this year. lt also became a show choir specializing in pop music. ln
addition, Vocal Ensemble participated in concerts at Brookhaven along
with performing for junior high and elementary schools.
During Christmas, A Cappella and Woman's Choir sang at Sakowitz
Village. Vocal Ensemble performed at Retirement Inn and all of the choirs
joined the orchestra for a Christmas performance at the school.
All the groups performed spring concerts and students from A Cappella
participated in the Fine Arts Review.
Vocal Ensemble helped the school out by performing for the PTA during
"Love NSHS Week." They were joined by A Cappella in providing
entertainment for the first Great Texas Pick-Up.
Officers for A Cappella choir were: Jeff Hall, President: Kelly Linders,
Vice-president Stacia Sivess, Secretary, Laurie Coleman, Treasurer, Janet
Mailloux, Librarian: and Colleen Cobler, Social Chairman.
The officers of the Women's Choir were: Mi Sook Ho, President: Susan
Broussard, Vice-president, Anita Peterson, Secretary, Lisa Lutz, Treasurer,
and Melissa Goodman, Librarian.
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D. Young, K. Hobbs, B. Corbes. Row 4: L.
O'Brien, K. Griffin, D. Nurnberg, L. Bowling, A.
Powell, T. Edwards, S. Ballard. Not Pictured: S.
Broussard, J. Ruston, T. Woodruff, R. Martin.
EADEIQSHID DAD EXCELLENCE
STUDE T SENATE AND NI-IS
At 7:30 the first Thursday of every month Newman Smith's National
Honor Society met to discuss current activities. These students not only
had above average grades, but they also pledged to be students of strong
leadership, service and character. Members sold Smithmas cards and
tutored weekly by appointment. New members, accepted fall and spring
semesters, were kidnapped and taken to breakfast at Kip's. In the spring,
NHS members competed for national scholarships with the sponsors
making the final decision. Mrs. Strickland, Mrs. Fife, Mrs. Noell and Mrs.
Mohammadi worked closely with the students, giving support and
guidance as sponsors of the National Honor Society.
The 1982-83 student senate represented the students and the
administration of our school, along with providing services forthe
community. During Christmas, the Senate held an annual canned food
drive. Canned food was collected and delivered to the needy. Senators
also publicized and sponsored the annual blood drive held February 10th.
Close to 100 pints were donated by students and faculty. Members
organized the distribution of student lD's in the tall. This was the first year
that personalized l.D.'s were given to the students. The year was
concluded with an exchange day, co-sponsored with R. L. Turner. Student
senate members attended classes at Fl. L. Turner, thus allowing them to
see what life at our sister school is really like. Overall, it was a very
successful year for our student senate, with many goals reached and
many campaigns fought and won.
SENATE - Row 1: T. Kim, C. Beattie, T. Haley, P. McBride. Row 2: J.
Lyon, J. Chung, J. Smith. Row 3: J. Bryer, J. Stripling, S. Davis. Row 4: A.
McKenna, J. Armentrout, S. Davenport, D. Ahmann. Flow 5: L. Jennings, J.
Marjley, T. Jones, K. Smith. Row 6: J. Archimbaud, T. Tinley, T. Maerer, C.
Atler, J. Fiddler. Flow 7: S. Chung, J. Wynn, M. McKenzie, M. Go.
'tow 1: J. Grady, S. Bryant, J. Henry, P. Nguyen, T. Wagner, K. Clements, K. Carroll, K.
AcBride. Row 2: M. Reimers, E. Taeed, S. Gon- Campbell, Mrs. Strickland. Row 4: S. Davis, Mrs.
galez, C. Denson, R. Newman, T. Haley, D. Noell, M. Prather, G. Caso, P. Rendessy, D.
.ong. Row 3: M. Chung, Mrs. Mohammadi, H. Garza.
Opposite Page: Top: The Senate blood drive
was very successful this year adding close to
100 pints to the school's account. CR. Jonesj
Bottom Left: BARBARA TAYLOR, Senate spon-
sor, in addition to enjoying motorcycling, gets a
kick out of arm wrestling freshmen for their
lunch money. QR. Jonesj
This Page: Top Left: KATHY CAMBELL, SILVIA
GONZALES, RHONDA NEWMAN, and DARRIN
BROWN enjoy refreshments being served in the
Jr.!Sr. lounge. tK. Johnstonl
Top Right: PHYLLIS MCBRIDE and JOYCE OBAR,
seniors, pin DENISE TACKETT, junior, at the NHS
ceremony. tK. Jofinstonj
Above: STEVE BRYANT, senior, lights the open-
ing candles at the National Honor Society spring
induction. tK. Johnstonj
National Honor Society 65
Tom Sawyer, Tarzan, E:MC2, "Real Men" and their quiche tpronounced
kwitchyj, Reaganomics and the space shuttle: these are not merely words
or things, rather they are answers, something which a Whiz Ouizzer holds
near and dear to his heart. Whiz Quizzers put many hours each week into
scrimmage and study in order to know answers about the past and pre-
sent, traditions and fads, music and math. All of this work set the stage for
competition against other schools in the area. Undaunted by defeat
against Skyline High School, practice resumed during the spring semester
in anticipation of victory the next year. Under the leadership of Mrs. Ded-
mon and Mrs. Parker, fifteen members competed for the four active team
positions, with Terry Wagner, James Clendenon, Jeff Adams and Thomas
Pentecost finally facing the Skyline team.
Veni, vidi, vici Latinam . . . Caesar said it once, and now it is the slogan
on last year's Latin Club t-shirts. Loosely translated it means "l came, l
saw, I conquered Latin." Latin may be a dead language, but the club last
year was alive and feeling fine. Made up of members from both Turner and
Smith, the club does not meet during the football season. Activities for this
year included a bake sale, a Christmas party, and a spring banquet. The
Christmas party, which was held at the house of Phyllis McBride, was
combination toga party and new member initiation. Members were also re-
quired to bring toys which were later donated to Santa's helpers. The
theme of the spring banquet was Roman Mythology, with each member
dressing as a mythological character. Elections for officers were held at
the banquet, and prizes were awarded for best costume.
Whiz Ouiz - Row 1: J. Adams, T. Wagner, T. Haley, M. Reimers, W.
Campbell, S. Bentel. Flow 2: T. Kim, C. Martin, J. Clendenon, A. BODD. J.
Lyon, A. McKenna, T. Pentecost.
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C. Bastyr. Bow 2: S. Stringer, G. Owens,
Club: Row 1: Ms. Baxter, L. Blakey, P. M. Smith, T. Kim, O. J. Sultan, P. McBride, J.
Top Left: O. J. SULTAN, senior, affectionately
looks at his plate, hoping for seconds. lJ. Sittonl
Top Right: Mrs. Baxter, latin club sponsor,
listens intently to the conversation at another
table. lJ. Sittonl
Above: Yet another latin club member cringes at
the thought of initiation. QJ. Sittonl
Latin Club 67
SPAN Sl-I AN FIQENCH
Buenas dias . . .Como esta usted . . . O, no hablo espanol . . .Lo
Siento. Did you understand that? Well, the average spanish club member
would. One ofthe major requirements of the club is the ability to use the
language. Spanish games, dances, meals and projects such as pinata
making, were an important part of Spanish club meetings. The club also
participated in the Carrollton Country Fair and, with the help of its
traditional rampball game, the club brought in well over 35180. Money from
the fair and from MSM sales helped the club finance out-of-school
activities, such as a Christmas fiesta, a spring field trip, and a traditional
banquet at the end of the year. Club members also purchased t-shirts,
which were worn in support ofthe Foreign Language Week in the spring.
Club officers included: Craig Huftt, President, Terry Wagner, Vice-
Presidenl, Teresa Jones, Treasurer, Sharon Davis, Secretary, Joy Adkins,
Historian, Glenna Harris, P.A.S.F. Reporter, Kris Carter, Nancy Kenton, and
Shelley Wortham, Project Chairpersons.
What do Mardi Gras, calendars, "The Three Musketeers" and French
Fete all have in common? Why, the trench club, of course. The club kept a
busy schedule for the 1982-83 school year, filling their calendars with
special speakers, field trips, competition and parties. Maurice Elton,
Professor of French at S.M.U., presented a slide show, and Katherine
Bohnard spoke about music for a joint meeting with Fi. L. Turner. The two
schools also joined together to attend the Dallas Theater Center
production of "The Three Musketeers." The club excelled academically
through the French symposium competition, which was held in San
Angelo, and French Fete Competition in April. ln celebration and study of
Mardi Gras, the club's program for February could be attended only by
those brave enough to wear costumes. A prize was given for the most
creative costume, and the competition was tough. The club finished the
year with a banquet. With parents in attendance, awards from spring
competition and officers for the following year were announced.
68 French and Spanish Clubs
Spanish Club: Flow 1: K. Carter, S. Davis, T. Jones, G. Harris, J. Adkins, i
Wagner. Row 2: V. Baker, S. Rupert, T. Fast, J. Grady, N. Strickland. R
3: J. McClellan, M. Dale, S. Bittner, L. Bonavita, J. Crim, K. McDonald.
Opposite page, top: TERRY WAGNER prepares
to lead the Spanish club in a second round ot
bingo. QR. Tatel
Club: Row 1: J. Smith, M. Reimers, K. Richmond, E. Taeed, L. Ol
Row 2: S. Jacobs, G. Hill, L. Jasper, S. Gonzales, V. Gonzales, N.
D. Nichols, T. Wagner, T. Vaughn, L. Jennings. Row 3: O. Lauger,
Kelley, L. Coleman, L. Huber, D. B0pp, C. Ebanks, A. Biggs, S. Bentel,
Bottom Left: JENNY and BOBBY GRADY, Spanish
club members, share a bingo card. lR. Tatel
This page, top: ELHAM TAEED and MONICA
REIMERS show just how pleased they are with
trench club calendar sales.
Below: Maurice Elton, French Professor at SMU,
spoke at a french club meeting.
French and Spanish Clubs 69
The Art Society began the year with elections
for officers. These officers, along with Mrs. East
and Mrs. Youngblood, led the Art Society to its
purpose. "To enhance our aesthetic
awareness." To do this, they had meetings with
guest speakers such as Jane Jones, held a
cookout, met at Crystal's for a Christmas party,
and visited the Dallas Fine Arts Museum.
Photo order, print order, develop the film.
How many times have the photographers heard
this? Probably too many. The photographers
put in many hours of their time, out as well as in
school. Many of them burned up gas on their
own expense to travel numerous miles to
football, basketball, volleyball, soccer, and
baseball games, track meets, and club
meetings. They constantly rushed around to
capture student activities as they occurred. Ron
Jones and Kent Johnston also entered pictures
from both the yearbook and newspaper in the
lnter-scholastic League Press Conference
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Top Left: STEPHANIE ROBERTS and VALERIE
DEAL rest during the El Greco exhibition. CJ.
Ashcraftl Top Right: AMY REEVES is caught
monkeying around at the cookout held during
the Fall semester.
Middle Left: Mrs. Youngblood awaits the ball to
fall her way in a volleyball game with art
Above: Jane Jones demonstrates a few of her
watercolor techniques as art society students
Row 1: Jenny Pruitt, Justina Zismer, Presi-
dent, Jill Graham, Activities Chairman, Rober-
ta Willer, Secretary!Treasurer, Melissa Meek,
Historian, Mrs. East. Row 2: Norman Huh, An-
drea Poirier, Julia Crim, Renee Freemyer, Ar-
mineh Babaians, Mrs. Youngblood. Row 3:
Gaston Huckabay, Mike Sherwood, Aaron
Wickware, Rita Vasquez, Jennifer Markley,
Lynne Jennings. Row 4: Valerie Deal, Bobby
Clayton, Kim Cozart, Yvette Hammill, David
Lamb, Sara Vazquez, Russ Burkett, Serena
Barncord, Stephanie Roberts, Nicole Muchia.
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Top Right: JOHNNY SITTON . . . Have I got a really good deal tor you! iR.
Middle Left: JEFFREY ASHCRAFT . . . Well, at least someone works around
here. lR. Jonesl
Middle Right: KENT JOHNSTON . . . What? You're asking me to take another
picture? iR. Jonest
Bottom Left: RICKY TATE . . . This doesn't work like an average camera,
does it? QR. Jonest
Above: DAVID NORRID . . . Check ya' later guys! iR. Jonest
Art Society And Photographers 71
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ay By Linda Burke
Throughout the year, the staff of the
Odyssey has learned a new meaning
to the word deadline. From the first
issue in September to the last spring
issue, the staff members diligently
worked on reporting the news and
events of Newman Smith High School.
An average day in the life of a report-
er usually consisted of interviews, fact-
finding, or typing. Occasionally, the
staff was rewarded with a party to com-
memorate a holiday or someone's
After the features, columns, sports
stories, and editorials were complete,
we were faced with the task of counting
the words, writing the headlines, and
trying to squeeze them on a page.
If we managed to make it through
this stage fwhich we usually didl, next
came paste-up. This was when the
paper actually began to take shape.
When paste-up was finished, the paper
was ready to go to the printer. During
the little free time we had while the pa-
per was being printed, we doctored the
injuries we sustained from the sharp X-
acto knives used to cut copy.
Our final reward came when we dis-
tributed a month's worth of hard work in
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cafeteria served as the best place to
get the papers to the students.
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By Jen Archimbaud
One of the rigorous requirements of being on the '82-'83 Odyssey
staff was going to camp at Trinity University in San Antonio. As the
time drew nearer, the idea of interrupting our sunny lazy days of
summer with work did not seem pleasant. But once we piled in the van
and headed out, things started to look up. The next five days were
filled with fun and gave us memories we will never forget.
...the "Help! We're being kidnapped" signs in the window of the
van...the Chinese fire drill in the middle of downtown San Anto-
nio...Mrs. Rider getting carded at the movie...the pig-out parties on the
balconymgetting the "Double Fisted Mug Award" for causing the most
trouble in the dorm...sneaking into the guys dorm and wrapping them
with toilet paper while they sIept...dropping the keys down the elevator
shaft the teachings of Mary Margaret and Chet Baby the Mexican
restaurant that still had Christmas decorations up singing Happy
Birthday on the river ride practically getting blown off the Tower of
the Americas playing the alphabet game on the way home and
nearly getting run off the road because our driver was so absorbed in
Although we had fun we did learn a lot and when we left we were
anticipating the first issue of the ODYSSEY
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iPrevious Pagel Top Left: JENNIFER ARCHIMBAUD and LINDA BURKE work together to create ar
design new layouts. tR. Jonesi
Bottom Lett: The Odyssey statt takes a break from its normal everyday routine to have a party. il
Top Lett: JULIE HREBEC, JENNIFER MELKUS, and JENNIFER ARCHIMBAUD all work on paste-up, tr
final Step before taking the paper to the printer. tR. Jonesl
Bottom Lett: JENNIFER MELKUS draws artwork for a tront page story. IR. Jonesl
tThis Pagel Top Lett: SUZIE CHUNG, junior, types a story lor the upcoming issue of the ne
Odyssey deadline. IR. Jonesl
Top Right: KENNY DURAND, sports writer, puts away his press pass after covering a football gamt
Bottom Lett: GAIL McCOY telephones a potential advertiser during lunch. tR. Jonesl
t0pposite Pagel Top Lett: JENNIFER ARCHIMBAUD, editor, prootreads copy tor accuracy an
perfection. QR. Jonesl
Top Right: STEVE BROWN adds humor by playing his air guitar to start the day oft. QR. Jonesi
Bottom: Odyssey statt - Row 1: R. Jones. Row 2: G. McCoy, J. Archimbaud, Mrs. Rider,
Melkus, L. Burke, D. Bopp. Row 3: K. Durand, S. Brown, J. Hrebec.
ILIAD STAFF DIDEMIEIQS
Deadline? I don't understand. Someone told
me that this was a study hall, or was it recess,
oh well, I don't remember exactly what they told
me, but they sure didn't mention any deadlines. I
know that for a fact.
Copy? I thought that was against school
policy! Anyway, I don't think that anyone in here
has written anything worth stealing. Fourteen
thousand characters? What's that, the cast of
"Gandi?" This class is totally confusing, totally.
Ouad-pack? I know, it's a joke! A quad-pak
is what you get when you put four aggies in an
MG Midget. Ha-Ha. I still don't get it.
Cropper? Oh, I know that one! That is from
back in the days of the dust bowl and Okies,
when the banks owned all the land and the peo-
ple worked the land for a share of the crop.
WRONG? Well, I would like to see you tell Mrs.
Dedmon and Mr. Hendricks that!
This past year has been a very special one.
We have grown very close as a staff, not just in
our ability to work together, but on a personal
level as well. Perhaps the one activity that
helped to draw us the closest to one another
was "Pixies," This exchanging of gifts between
anonymous people forced us to look al each
other in a different light, not just as classmates,
but as friends as well. We tried as hard as we
could, but just couldn't seem to find out who
that mysterious person was.
In our attempt to create the best book possi-
ble, we began to explore new horizons in search
of innovative ideas. The addition of two full-time
artists to the staff certainly helped to express
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This picture was inserted to merely prove that the yearbook staff does not get preferential treatment.
ldare you to try to identify us.
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Opposite Page, Top: KEITH DAVID relishes the ab-
solute power of having his own office.
Bottom: DEVO SKIPPY HITLER PACO CORN-GRINDER
SCROOGE GARCIA Ill - need I say more?
This Page, Top: ANDREA NICHOLS, Troyann extraor-
dinair, rushes to cover her nose - it wiggles when
Top Right: DEANNA HENRY and food, look for one and
you'll find the other.
Below: The two red-heads were a constant source of
amusement tor aggravation?l for the staff.
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Bottom: JOHNNY SITTON struggles to escape from
RHONDA NEWMAN'S death grip. lAll photos by Ron
our ideas in print, and it sure didn't hurt to have
them around when we needed just a little space
filled. We also began to turn to the community
for help, and even contacted the movie studios
for different ways to express the book's movie
Under the leadership of David Garza, Editor,
Laura Ramos and Michael Karmann, Assistant
Editors: and Mrs. QMOMI Rider we just couIdn't
seem to lose. Whenever a problem arose, there
was always someone to turn to for help.
Whether it be special graphics, word choice,
teacher complications or general mass confu-
sion, our troubles never seemed to last very
The chattering, friendships, clutter and games
all "quitely" came to a close as the twelve
senior staff members prepared to graduate. The
journalism department will never be the same,
you might say that we left a "lasting
Iliad Staff 77
HE ILIAD STAFF S3
Opposite Page, Top Left: CRAIG HUFFT and DEANNA HENRY,
Top Right: Mrs. Rider, sponsor.
Bottom Left: KEITH DAVID, Ads. '
Bottom Right: MICHAEL KARMANN and DELLA DOUPHRATE,
This Page, Top: ANDREA NICHOLS and DAVID LAMB, Art
Middle: DEB WALTON, SHELLEY MacDONALD, LAURA
RAMOS, and the elusive WENDY CAMPBELL, Academics.
Bottom: LYNDA SEXTON, DAVID GARZA, RHONDA NEWMAN,
and MICHELLE MCKENZIE, Sports. tAII photos by Ron Jonesi
sims' DEIQFDIQMEIQS IN Acn0N
SDAIQK AND DS CHDLUI3
SPARK, which stands for Smith Peer Advisors
Reaching Kids, is exactly what it says, reaching
kids. It is a group of students organized to learn
the skills needed to communicate with children
of various ages. ln order to become a member
ot this organization, the students must be
elected into the club based on their personality
and ability to communicate. Once the group is
selected, they work on improving their listening
and communicating skills. The students put
these skills into action when they visited the Car-
rollton elementary and junior high schools.
Toward the end of the year, they went on their
annual trip to Meridian, Texas.
Psychology is a club to help students under-
stand a person's psychological behavior. To do
this, they involved themselves with various
group activities. During the semester, they
studied about dreams and what they represent,
and positions in which people sleep. They also
studied abnormal personalities and watched the
movie "Sybil" to help see the split personalities
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' Lett: WILLOW O'BRIEN, SCOTT YEAGER, and Dr. Barkley enjoy interaction group ac-
ties. IJ. Sittonl
Idle: SHELLEY MacDONALD, RHONDA STEPHENSON, and STACY CANOLIZO participate in
ie birdie" psychology game.
p Right: MICHELLE BOWEN found herself a Spark buddy at Carrollton Elementary grade
Itom Right: PEGGI PROSS, SAMANTHA MCLAUGHLIN and NITA KESWANI lay in various
s Page, Top: Apparently CHAD BEATTY didn't want PAULA BOLING to risk breaking the
Jve: SAMANTHA MCLAUGHLIN and PEGGIE PROSS hold hands in a group psychology
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Psychology Club Row One: J. McCoy, R. Acevedo, P. Pross, L. Love, N.
McCartney, N. Keswani - Vice President. Row Two: B. Greensteln, K.
Halcomb, T. Olson, V. Brooks - Program Chairman, R. Nichols.
SPARK I Row One: Dr. Barkley, T. Giddens, D. Tackett, S. MacElvaine, C.
Simmons, M. Bowen. Row Two: T. Whelihan, H. Mayo, H. Rever, C. Beatty,
L. Burke, P. Bollng, Mr. Towers, S. Broussard, K. Cozart, C. Marcus, L.
Dean. Row Three: S. Canolizo, M. Rich, Ms. Engels, Ms. Youngblood, S.
Sheeran, D. Carter.
SPARK ll Row One: T. Jones, J. Ferguson, S. Jacobs. Row Two: Dr.
Barkley, B. England, S. Yeager, K. Dickinson, E. Fletcher, W. O'Brien, S.
Taylor, G. Trostel. Row Three: R. Schackieford, B. High, D. Carter, C.
Heasty, C. Martin, C. Choates, J. P. Morgan, M. Dale, A. Tinker.
UIDIDS AND WATE
- We're going on a snipe hunt . . . running
through the woods, canoeing through the
rapids, and skiing down the mountains. Each
year Woods and Water plans many dangerous
trips which usually do not go as planned, though
they enjoy their adventures tremendously. This
year's club consisted ot ninety-six members
and seven sponsors. The sponsors were Mrs.
Noell, Mr. Studderl, Mrs. Watson, Mr. Jones, Jim
and Sue Ellis and Jim Rider. Each year the
Woods and Water club has monthly meetings
and trips which include: canoeing, hiking,
camping, and snow skiing during spring break.
Theyear ended with a day ol intramural
competition at a nearby camp.
This Page: Top Right: ROBIN DAVIS strays from
the rest at Palo Duro Canyon.
Above: KATHY CAMBELL and SHELLEY MAC-
DONALD attempt to get a "Colorado tan." QR.
Opposite Page: Lett: LUKE JOHNSTON seems to
have hurt himself at the Purgatory, Colorado ski
lodge. lR. Furleyl
Right: PAUL WOOWARD takes a swing over the
river in San Marcos. tR. Studdertl
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First Row: R. Furey, C. Stow, S. Sivess, D. Stat- Zanotto, S. Wortham, J. Cherington, E. Fletche
lord, T. Pentecost. Second Row: R. Williams, S. L. Guns, S. Pearson, Mrs. Noell, Mrs. McCollur
MacDonald, V. Brooks, T. Olson, K. Halcomb, C. Fourth Row: D. Shipman, C. Choate, B. Page, I
Gonzalez, K. McGenn, M. Weber, C. Newman, Boren, R. Davis, J. McCauley, S. Battaille,
Mrs. Reel. Third Row: T. Curley, M. Dennis, T. Kelley, C. Bennett, Mrs. Brent.
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lrey, T. Hatterty, K. Wright, P. Woodward. T. Bowen, S. Berry, B. Bannister. Fourth Row: E.
econd Row: J. Armentrout, A. Cogar, R. Nilson, K. Outler, J. Schall, C. Rocek,J. Conti, T.
awells, G. Wells, P. Smith, K. Vaughn, C. Wright, C. Vaughn, D. Richmond.
'owder, R. Nichols. Third Flow: H. Loomiller, J.
84 Varsity Cheerleaders
vilfSit C BBYIBHUBYS
Varsity Cheerleader. Those two words meant so
much to a special group of girls who put a lot of
hard work into that name. Hours of dedication and
patience went into being on the Varsity Squad this
year as they qualified for national competition and
created a superb Spring Show.
The year began early for the Squad with summer
camp at Southern Methodist University. The Squad
came out of the week long camp with six superior
ratings, three spirit sticks, and a nomination to the
Award of Excellence. This was the third year in a
row for NSHS cheerleaders to be given this honor.
The squad, under the leadership of Sheryl Willis,
Head Cheerleader, also taught workshops at North
Carrollton, Dewitt Perry, and Vivian Field Junior High
Making banners for football games, decorating
lockers and gyms, and constant working sessions
proved to keep the squad busy throughout the
football, volleyball, basketball, wrestling, soccer,
and baseball seasons.
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CANALIZO prepares a banner for an
upcoming game. lK. Johnstonl
Bottom Left: OLGA MOLLINEDO,
mascot, kept the crowd tired-up
with candy bribes. tK. Johnstonl
Bottom Bight: SUSAN StLL boogies
to the beat. lR. Jonesl
This Page - Top: Mrs. Willis,
sponsor, was a driving force
behind the success of the squad.
Middle Lett: SUSAN DREIER en-
courages her class to yell. iJ.
Middle Right: OLGA MOLLINEDO
and CINDY SIMMONS revel in the
crowd's spirit. tK. Johnstonl
Bottom: DEBBIE LONG, KELLIE
CABBELL, SHERYL WILLIS and
STACEY CANALIZO - The Four
Musketeers. tJ. Sittonl
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Superiority. That word is worth a million when it comes to describing the
Junior Varsity and Freshman Cheerleaders this year. Competition began
with attending summer camps at Southern Methodist University, where
both squads did well. The Junior Varsity girls were awarded all superior
ratings, including two spirit sticks and a Superstar ribbon. The Freshman
Squad won the Award of Excellence for their level, a first for a Newman
Smith Frosh Squad. They also received two red ribbons, which are
equivalent to an excellent rating: four blue ribbons, which are superior, one
Superstar ribbon, and two spirit sticks. Competition continued at state
level, where the Junior Varsity Squad was awarded a blue ribbon, and the
freshman girls qualified for nationals.
The two squads did not spend all of their time in competition, devoting
much of their free time to building spirit in the school. Locker decorations,
pep rallies, competitions between classes and sporting events were a
major part of their personal lives. There were always banners to be made,
gyms to be decorated, and new formations to be practiced. Being a
cheerleader was not all cost free either. Uniforms, uniforms, and more
uniforms were all funded personally by the cheerleaders and their families.
ls all of this hard work and expense worth it? Just ask one of the
cheerleaders after try-outs in the spring. lt is doubtful that a negative
response will be given.
This Page, Top: LISA ADKINS and DAWN PITZER do their best to keep the
crowd charged-up. tJ. Sittoni
Opposite Page, Top: MONICA WALKER boogies to the beat at the
Lakeview Centennial pep rally. QR. Jonesl
Top Middle: NATALIE LANDERS isn't biting a nail, lust worrying about
possible volleyball defeat. lK. Johnstont
Far Right: MELISSA WALLING cheers for the volleyball team. QK. Johnstont
Middle: Freshman Cheerleaders join in the school song. QR. Jonest
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D. Ohler. Row 3: L. Coacher, C. Duvall. Row 4: D. Green, D. Cox. Top: T
Jumorvarslty Squad Bottom S Roberts, M Go
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competition. The Troyanns participated in The Parade
of Champions and UIL competition. Straight "ones
. er competitions
includ d M' ' '
they have many fond memories of
lil BECKY BECK, TAMI
l2I LINDA SEXTON, TRACY REDMON
and SHANA THACKER watch the band
compete at the Cotton Bowl. tK. Johnstonl
I3I DONNA HUCHINGSON, DEBRA GRISHAM
iai LINDA conostu performs to Hcornin' in From
I IRHONDA NEWMAN' LORRI BARNES, and
DANA VAN NOY practice before an upcoming
watch the football game. K. John
t8l ELIZABETH AUGUST and AMY
REEVES show the newest styles
of sunglasses. IK. Johnstonl
l9I ALESIA HARBISON leads
the Troyanns in one of the .
stand routines. IK.
l10l ANDREA NICHOLS,
PEGGY McVElGH, and
LAURA RAMOS relax
after a hard day in
The lights go up, the clock reads twelve minutes the band
starts to la
p y, and for your halftime pleasure, onto the field
marches the 1982-83 Award Winning Troyanns. To prepare for
this performance the Troyanns have dedicated many hours of
practice, including early mornings, late afternoons, and a week's
stay at Southern Methodist University for camp.
With all senior officers and 18 senior line members, leadership
was especially strong this year The junior s uad
. q members
promised to make the next year just as successful. The new
members or "Ann " ' ' ' ' ' '
, ies, were initiated during the summer into a life
of hard work and discipline. As the season progressed the
members were no longer separated by grade level, rather
joined together to form an energetic team which proved to
make this year the best ever.
The lights dim, the energy is now directed to
at UIL qualified the drill team to compete in state
competition at Austin Oth '
e iss Texas Drillteam and Marching
Auxiliary, which were held in the Spring. The L
Troyanns concluded the year with their 4
traditional Spring Show. As me 1982- '-
83 Troyanns look back at the year,
hard work, lasting friendships,
V. and good times.
TOOKE, and VICKIE
HIGHTOWER show their
craving for lollipops. IL.
and LESLIE BURKE clown around during' the
Turner pep rally IK Johnstonl
the Rain" at the Parade of Champions. IK.
performance. IR. Jonesj
IGI DEANNA HENRY takes time out to
l7j NICOLE MUCHIA waits on the
sideline for halftime to begin. IK.
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Debra Roth, Troyann Director, has been a major influence on
the Troyanns for 316 years.
Sociai Officers: Peggy McVeigh, Treasurer, Leslie Burke, V.
President, Becky Beck, Secretary, Debra Grisham, President.
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Bottom: L. Cordelli, L. Elliott, N. Muchia. Middle: K. Lamb, M. Meek. Top: V.
Gonzales, T. Redman, A. Nichols.
L. Barnes, K. Monk, L. Ramos. Middle: T. Parker, M. Tweedle, R.
Top: J. Mackey, D. Van Noy, K. Galley, C. Denson.
P. Duke, D. Henry, K. Williams. Middle: E. August, A. Holloway, J.
Top: R. Lowell, A. Reeves, D. Huchingson, A. Harbison.
Bottom: T. Tooke, B. Beck, S. Jacob. Middle: V. Hightower, L. Burke, D.
Grisham. Top: K. Cochran, R. Traghella, T. Duhon, C. Fragle.
Bottom: S. Thacker, L. Sexton, J. Squire. Middle: T. Collins, S. Davenport,
M. Bowen. Top: S. Gonzalez, K. Boduch, S. Nash, A. Alger.
Bottom: G. Asleson, P. McVeigh, D. Barnard. Middle: S. Powell, S. Holmes,
L. Wright. Top: J. Richards, S. Groves, S. Hrbacek, S. Laney.
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The 1982 Varsity Football team began the
year behind the seat of high expectations. High
school football critics had the team picked to
finish high in District 8-5A. Head Coach Bubba
File and assistant coaches Charles Quisenberry,
Lance Brown, Jeff Davis, and Dennis Lemmons
provided the team with all their knowledge of the
sport. It seemed as if Trojan Football had finally
come into its own.
The Trojans opened the season with an im-
pressive victory over Berkner, but dropped their
next two pre-district contests to Denton and
Lakeview Cenntennial. The Trojans opened
district play against defending district champion
Grand Prairie. The Trojans played with tremen-
dous enthusiasm. The game was locked in a
scoreless tie until midway through the fourth
quarter when Kendall Quisenberry put the Tro-
jans on the board with a field goal. However,
two misread plays by an overall stubborn Trojan
defense paved the way for a Gopher comeback
and with little time remaining on the clock, the
Gophers scored to win the game 7-3.
Center Right: ALBERT SEGURA, junior, chases
down a Duncanville back. IJ. Sittonl
Below Left: Junior RICKY POPE rushes for a Hrst
down against Grand Prairie. tR. Jonesl
Below Right: BRIAN SKINNER, junior, uncom-
monly misses a thrown pass. IR. Jonesl
The Trojans' performance during the next few
weeks included a victory, a loss, and a tie. The
Nimitz Vikings proved to be the team to beat in
district play. The Trojans displayed a fine offen-
sive effort against the Vikings but came away
short from the eventual district champion. The
Trojans rebounded from their loss to Nimitz by
registering a shut-out against the MacArthur Car-
dinals. Entering the final week of play, the Nimitz
and Grand Prairie schools were forced to forfeit
all victories after a UIL ruling. This gave the Tro-
jans an outside shot at reaching the state
playoffs. The dream of reaching the state
playoffs was destroyed after the District Ex-
ecutive Committee reinstated all victories
forfeited by Nimitz and Grand Prairie.
Right: Junior KENDALL QUISENBERRY calls the
count for senior JIM NE VINS. IR. Jonesl
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Above: Senior RODNE Y HARE uses feetwork to
get himself into open area. lR. Jonesl
Row 1: B. Steele - mgr., D. Garza, J. Green-
wood, E. Fletcher, Rod Hare, Rob Hare, R. Hig-
gins, J. Coker, R. Freeman, A. Segura, D. Smith,
Don Brown. Flow 2: H. Esaadi, D. Rotko, R.
Pope, G. Williams, M. Armalavage, M. Boutis, B.
Smith, D. Ackerman, S. Prothro, M. McKee, B.
Skinner, C. Tucker. Flow 3: J. Nevins, W. Can-
non, C. Glidewell, C. Nixon, C. Wilson, P. Lowry,
S. Price, K. Durand, M. Rockwell. Bow 4: D.
Turechek, W. Preston, K. Ouisenberry, Dag
Brown, K. Green, S. Harris, C. Coates, G. Daven-
port, B. Doerr, M. Schmitz.
Varsity Football 95
Right: KENDALL OUISENBERRY scrambles to find an
open receiver. iR. Jones!
The final week ot the season was still highlighted with the annual
meeting ot the R. L. Turner Lions. Senior Rodney Hare scored two
touchdowns and a fine defensive effort by seniors Ward Cannon, Robert
Hare, Rick Higgins, and Darran Brown helped the Trojans defeat the Lions
tor the second time in two years and allowed the team to record their third
shut-out in the same period. The Trojans ended the season in fourth place
with a 343-1 record and again showed critics that the Trojans were on the
verge ot being champions.
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Top Left: Seniors RICK HIGGINS and DARRAN
BROWN Iead the way for RODNEY HARE. IR.
Above: Senior JA Y GREENWOOD tumbies with a
Lion defender. IR. Jones!
Right: Senior CHARLIE NIXON and junior CURT
WILSON protect the quarterback. IR. Jonesi
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Left: Senior WARD CANNON rushes in a third and
short situation. tR. Jonesi
Berkner 21 15
Denton 13 21
Lakeview Centenniai 15 21
S Grand Prairie 14 19
Duncanville 17 17
MacArthur ................. 2 -0
R. L. Turner ................ -
District Record: 3-3-1
Season Record: 4-5-1
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'Irving ....,................ 27-14
Lett: Senior RICK HIGGINS bulls through for
yardage against Nimitz. tR. Jonesi
Below: The team chose senior KELLIE CARRELL
as the 1982 Football Sweetheart. IR. Jonesi
Left: Junior ERIC FLETCHER returns an intercep-
tion against Irving as senior ROBERT HARE
comes to his aid. QR. Jonesi
Varsity Footbatl 97
VAIQSITY MAKES DLAYDFFS
The 1982 Varsity Volleyball team went one
step further in its quest for a state title. After
finishing in 3rd place last year in tough district
13-5A, the Trojans finished as district runners-
up and advanced to the regional playoffs this
year in District 8-5A.
Trojan Volleyball, this year, was able to bring
to Newman Smith a name of respect and fear to
opponents. High moments in the season other
than reaching the regional playoffs included two
victories over cross-town rival R. L. Turner, a
victory over eventual district champion South
Grand Prairie, and a victory over perennial
volleyball power Arlington Bowie.
Despite being a very short team, the girls
turned in the best season ever in the history of
Newman Smith Volleyball. They also entered the
playoffs for the first time ever but were
eliminated in the first round by Arlington High.
Junior Sharon Mayo was named "Outstanding
Defensive Player of District 8-5A" and was also
named to the lst All-District team. Senior Phyllis
McBride was named to the 2nd All-District team
and senior Barbara Dixon was rewarded with an
All-District Honorable Mention.
Head Coach Ruth Stovall and Assistant Coach
Barbara Edwards found the team to be an ex-
ceptional group of girls. "I received countless
compliments on the hustle and the determination
of my 'little' girls," commented Coach Stovall.
With a solid nucleus returning next year, the Tro-
jans should be expected to once again finish
high in the district standings and perhaps reach
the final step towards the state title.
Right: Junior CHARLIE McVElGH tries to return the
ball. fR. Jonesj
Row 1: R. Tuck, P. McBride, T. Duvall, C.
McVeigh, S. Mayo, L. Francis. Row 2: Coach Ed-
wards, K. Miller, T. Worsher, B. Dixon, P.
Henderson, M. Ossian, K. Dubes, C. Francis,
Far Right: SHARON MAYO, junior, sets up the ball
for a return. lR. Jonesj
Right: Senior BARBARA DIXON prepares to return
the ball. lR. Jonesl
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Left: Sophomore TRACEY WORSHER reaches
high as PHYLLIS MCBRIDE looks on. QR. Jonest
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react to a slammed ball. iR. Jonesi
Lett: Senior PATTY HENDERSON sets the ball up
for a possible spike. iR. Jonesi
Above: Junior CHARLIE MCVEIGH dips low to
bump the bail. QR. Jonesi
Varsity Volleyball 99
Right: BARBARA DIXON, TERESA DUVALL, and
SHARON MAYO await the arrival of the ball. lR.
Above: Junior CHARLIE MCVEIGH sends the ball
back across the court. lR. Jonesl it 1 f r
Above: SHARON MAYO and TRACEY WORSHER
defensively react to the ball. QR. Jonesl
Right: Senior TERESA DUVALL backs up senior
PHYLLIS MCBRIDE. lR. Jonesl
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Left: Senior PHYLLIS MCBRIDE sets the ball up
tor an oftensive attack. QR. Jonesi
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South Oak Cliff
S Grand Prairie
S Grand Prairie
R L Turner 1315 1513
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District Record 12 2
Season Record 23 8
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'R. L. Turner ..........., 15-2,
'I ' ........,........ 15-8, 15-2
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District Playoffs vs. Arlington
Below Left: Senior BARBARA DIXON returns the
ball to continue a volley. CR. JonesI
Beiowz Junior CHARLIE MCVEIGH shows her con-
centration and determination. iR. JonesI
varsity voiieybaii 101
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' TIQDJANS CAN'T IBE
After a disappointing season last year, the
1982-83 "Hustling Trojan" team rebounded this
year by remarkably setting 8 new school
records, including a seven game winning streak
prior to the district race, to help the team finish
he season with a very improved and impressive
record of 18-13.
Head Coach Jeff Foster, with the assistance
of Coach Ron Hargrove, was able to overcome
the obvious weaknesses in size and quickness
by stressing the importance of aggressiveness,
shooting, team concept, and good hustle with
The "Hustling Trojans" opened the season
by defeating Lewisville, Lakeview Centennial,
Burleson and then, by taking 1st place inthe
Grapevine Tourney, the team was able to boast
. an undefeated 7-0 record at they entered the
annual C-FB Classic. The team finally fell into
reality as they were only able to capture a
consolation championship al the tourney.
The district race provided the Trojans with a
"very competitive schedule" as witnessed by
Coach Foster. The Trojans were able to split
district games with Grand Prairie, South Grand
Prairie, Duncanville, lrving-Nimitz and continued
to dominate high school basketball in Carrollton
by twice defeating crosstown rival R. L. Turner.
The team was unable, however, to tally any
victories over eventaul District 8-5A playoff
representatives Irving High and undefeated
powerhouse Irving-MacArthur. The Trojans
ended the season tied for 5th place in the final
district standings. The team was able, however,
to triple its number of victories over last
season's record - "a great team
Outstanding team members included seniors
Mike McGregor, Brad Davidson, David Steely,
Greg Davis, Bill Gallina, and Hal Mayo who
provided the team with good leadership as well
as strong enthusiasm. McGregor, Davidson, and
Steely received All-District Honorable Mention for
their efforts throughout the season.
Left: Senior BRAD DAVIDSON questions the call
of a personal foul against him. lR. Jonesj
low 1: H. Mayo, D. Steely, B. Davidson, J. Drew, C. Wilson, B. Harris, G. Salois, B. Gallina, C. Bryer, Coach Hargrove.
javis, E. Fletcher. Row 2: Coach Foster, M. McGregor, K. Jackson, Coach
Varsity Basketball 103
S. Grand Prairie ,....
R. L. Turner ........
District Record - 6-8
Season Record - 18-13
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104 Varsity Basketball
Top Right: Senior MIKE MCGREGOR tights for the
control of a rebound. tR. Jonesi
Top Left: DAVID STEELY, senior, passes the ball
around an unsuspecting opponent. tR. Jonesi
Above: Senior GREG DAVIS gains control of the
ball and heads tor the goal. QR. Jonesi
Right: BILL GALLINA, senior, handles the ball
carefully over a man-to-man defense. IR. Jonesl
Above: Senior RHONDA BIBBY was chosen by
the team as the 1982-83 Basketball Oueen. QD.
Top Right: Senior DAVID STEELY leads the team
down court. lR. Jonesj
Left: Senior BRAD DAVIDSON overlooks the
defensive tactics of a Lion player. lR. Jonesi
Varsity Basketball 105
The 1982-83 "Lady Trojan" varsity
basketball team was again able to show
improvement over the previous year by finishing
the year with a 14-13 record. This was the first
winning record ever accomplished by a "Lady
Trojan" team at Smith and Head Coach JoAnn
Spradling expressed her pride with the team.
"The girls competed well and would have
finished with a better record had they not been
hampered with illness and injuries," commented
Coach Spradling. injuries that did affect the team
included Jari Wilson with a stress fracture, Merit
Ossian with a slight shoulder seperation, and
several cases of the flu. ln addition to these
setbacks, the "Lady Trojans" played with a low
number of seven players that also set the team
back with a disadvantage. Ot the seven
members, four of the girls were seniors and
three of the members were juniors with the
tallest girl only standing at 5'10" creating
another prominent setback of the team in team
Right: Seniors BARBARA DIXON and ROBERTA
WILLER bring the ball down court. lJ. Siltonl
66 AID TIQDJANSQ
Despite the setbacks, the "Lady Trojans"
rolled up a spotless pre-district game record
of 4-0 and were also able to take 2nd place
at the Greenville Varsity Tournament and take
1st place in the Carrollton Varsity
Tournament. The district race proved to be
very difficult for the ill-ridden "Lady Trojans"
as they were able to defeat only R. L. Turner
in the first half of district play. The second
halt of play looked more promising for the
team as they defeated R. L. Turner, Grand
Prairie, and South Grand Prairie.
"We enjoyed playing together. We knew
we had a wide variety of talent so we had to
play together to help each other out. We did
what we had to do," commented Roberta
Willer, The realization of the team's
disadvantages by each member enabled the
team to counter with an inspiring advantage:
strong team unity. With total team
cooperation and enthusiasm, all seven
members contributed an important role in the
Coach Spradling, J. Wilson, K. Johnston, S. Mills, Fl. Willer, M. Osslan, K. Dubes, B. Dixon, S. Mayo, R. Tucker.
106 Varsity Basketball
Lett: Junior KIM JOHNSTON handies the ball
cautiously beneath a Cardinal opponent, LJ
VARSITY GIIILS BASKETBALL
Sherman ................... 56-39
Alien ....................., 44-33
J. J. Pearce ................. 55-35
Thomas Jefferson ............ 67-39
MacArthur ......... 35-50 45-56
R. L. Turner ........ 32-23 3620
Grand Prairie ....... 47-63 4841
Irving ............. 46-60 2649
S. Grand Prairie ..... 38-46 32-29
Duncanville ........ 40-57 38-68
Nimitz ............ 53-71 27-34
District Record - 4-10
Season Record - 14-13
Above: Junior MERIT OSSIAN leads a pursuit ot
opponents down court. tJ. Sittoni
Lett: Senior BARBARA DIXON tries to shoot over
an apparent "stutt." IJ. Sittonj
varsity Bskebd 107
Above: Senior BARBARA DIXON adds to more
points in a victory over Grand Prairie. QJ. Sittoni
Top Middle: SHARON MAYO, junior, goes up for
two against Thomas Jefferson. QJ. Sittonj
Top Right: Junior MERIT OSSIAN is able to out-
extend a MacArthur player to the net. iJ. Sittoni
Right: SHARON MAYO, junior, breaks away from
the coverage of a T.J. player. KJ, Sittoni
108 Varsity Basketball
Left: Senior JARI WILSON shows a quick reac-
tion lo a loose ball. tJ. Sittoni
Bottom Left: BARBARA DIXON, senior, makes a
second tree-throw attempt. LJ. Sittoni
Bottom Middle: Senior KRISTI DUBES prepares
herself for a free-throw. iJ. Slttoni
Below: Junior KIM JOHNSTON shows an exam-
ple of pertect team hustle. tJ. Sittoni
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VAIQSITY TENN SW NSS 5A
With the conclusion to this year's season, the
Varsity Tennis team was able to give Newman
Smith its first tennis district championship.
The team opened district play in the fall with a
tie against Irving MacArthur. However, because
of the number of sets won by Smith, the match
was given to Smith. The team rolled through
district competition undefeated.
The double's team of Julie Hrebec and Patty
Burbridge compiled a record of 48 wins and 2
losses as they won Smith's first individual
district and regional titles. They finished 3rd in
state competition at Austin.
After winning the first tennis tournament ever
at Irving, the team made a mark for itself in
Smith athletics. Coach Victor Chaccia com-
mented, "The team was the best group of in-
dividuals l have had the privilege of coaching."
Flight: Junior PATTY BURBRIDGE shows her
state-qualitying form. tJ. Sittonj
Far Right: Junior KELLY EVEFHNGHAM
demonstrates her back-hand. QJ. Sittont
BOYS - Row 1: M. Brinker, T. Tenbrink, K.
Labor, C. Burgard. Row 2: E. Lawson, J. Walker,
J. Driscoll, Coach Chaccia. GIRLS - Row 1: D.
Bryan, E. lngebritson. Row 2: V. Granchey, J.
Hrebec, P. Burbridge.
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Duncanville .... ....
R. L. Turner . .
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Richardson ..... ....
J.J. Pearce . .
Sl. Marks ....
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Left: Junior JASON DRISCOLL returns the ball to
continue a volley. IJ. Sittoni
Above: Sophomore JOHN WALKER overdoes his
reaction to the bail. IJ. Sittonj
Lett: State-qualitier JULIE HREBEC practices her
lethal backhand. IJ. Sittoni
Far Left: Freshman EDIE INGEBRITSON keeps up
with her good form during practice. IJ. Sittonj
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Far Right: A Trojan wrestler attempts to take
down his opponent. fR. Jonesl
Right: Wrestling Head Coach Dennis Hutcherson
watches his state bound team during a dual
match. fR. Jonesl
It was once again a year of sports dominated
by the varsity wrestling team. The team qualified
for state competition for the sixth time in the
team's short six-year history.
This year senior Darin Smith took 1st place in
state competition in the 179 lb. category and
senior David Kelly took 2nd place in the 115 lb.
weight category. Senior Pat McMullen and
sophomores Leif Fuhrman and Rex Roberts also
qualified for state competition with Rex par-
ticipating as Region lll champion in his weight
class. The team placed 7th overall in state and
3rd in Region lll competition.
The team did well in major tourneys around
the area by placing 1st in the Equitable of lowa
tourney in which 14 teams competed, 1st in the
Lake Highlands tourney in which 28 teams com-
peted, and 2nd in the R. L. Turner Christmas
tourney in which 26 teams competed. Among
other exceptional successes during the season,
victories over perennial power teams such as
St. Marks, Lake Highlands, and Irving MacArthur
highlighted the season and gave the team the
confidence needed to reach state level com-
Despite a low number of upperclassmen, few
returning lettermen, and some minor injuries, the
team was again able to match past perfor-
mances with the talented coaching of Dennis
Hutcherson who experienced the "most fun I
had coaching in a good number of years."
Right: State runner-up DAVID KELLY, senior,
dominates in this regional match-up. fJ. Sittont
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Lett: Senior PHILLIP SORGEN takes down his
adversary. CR. Jonesi
Beiow: Senior DAVID KELLY, is knocked oft the
mat by an opponent. KJ. Sittonj
Above: State champ DARIN SMITH, senior, tries
to escape the grasp of an opponent. CJ. Sittonj
Left: Sophomore REX ROBERTS maintains an
advantage over his opponent. KR. Jones!
Varsity Wrestling 1 13
Above: Senior DAVID KELLY prepares to take
down his opponent. tJ. Sittoni
Top Right: Sophomore STEVE MOITZ struggles
with an opponent. QR. Jonesi
Row 1: D. Gomez, S. Moitz, D. Kelly, R. Roberts,
P. McMullen, L. Fuhrman. Row 2: W. Orrell, D.
Smith, B. Coleman, K. Durand, C. Bennett.
Row 1: S. Abercrombie, J. Long, M. Peterson, K.
Cameron, D. Tanner, R. Furqueron. Row 2: P.
Sorgen, T. Cannon, J. O'Brien, J. Oros, R, Stat-
tord, J. Jaramillo.
114 Varsity Wrestling
hrs opponent pnor to a match QR Jones!
Left Sophomore REX ROBERTS squares oft with
Above Sophomore LEIF FUHRMAN struggles for
Left Senror MARK TREZZA slowly begins to put
Varsity Wrestling 115
I UIQIES HUIQT SEASO
The Cross Country teams had a struggling
season due to injuries. The team had many
strengths, even though injuries proved to be a
big factor to the outcome of the season. With
returning lettermen on both teams, experience
was definitely a strength.
The Girls Cross Country team won second at
the Mountainview Cross Country Meet, and also
won second at the Duncanville Cross Country
Meet. The Varsity boys Cross Country team won
third at the Mountainside Cross Country Meet.
Outstanding boy runners were Tim Maxwell,
Tahir Walji, and Alex Gonzales. Outstanding girl
runners were Jodie DeWitt, Chris Pedersen,
Amanda Zapata, and Lisa Funk.
Injuries hurt the two teams in district. Two
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Above: CLIFF MURDOCK hustles on while being
pursued by another runner. jR. Jonesj
The Girls' team takes the initiative at the start of
the race. lJ. Sittonj
Row 1: M. McKenzie, N. Gupta, K. Campbell, L.
Funk, A. Zapata. Row 2: J. DeWitt, J. LaRiviere,
C. Petersen, B. Rhine.
116 Varsity Cross County
starting Varsity girls, Jodie Dewitt and Michele
McKenzie, and one starting Varsity boy, Tim
Maxwell, did not run the district meet because of
injuries. 'tl feel that injuries hurt us and cost us
from winning the girls district and at least sec-
ond forthe boys," said Coach Mike Stewart.
The Girls Cross Country team placed fourth in
district and the Boys Cross Country team placed
fourth in district. Senior Amanda Zapata placed
second in district which qualified her to go to
Regionals. "Taking the injuries into considera-
tion, we had a successful season with our run-
ners," said Coach Mike Stewart.
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Above Left: TAHIR WALJI closely follows another
runner. lR. Jonesl
Above: JANINE LARIVIERE shows her endurance
and determination. lJ. Sittonl
Row 1: R. Tinker, R. Hunt, M. Gonzales, D. Little.
Row 2: D. Stattord, T. Maxwell, K. Coward, T.
Walji, K. DeWitt, S. Hite. Row 3: T. Weis, R.
Moitz, S. Sheeran, C. Murdock, V. Werner, A.
Varsity Cross Country 117
Right: Sophomore YONG SONG awaits a falling
ball in a district game. tK. Johnstoni
Below: YONG SONG, sophomore, leads the team
downfield against R. L. Turner. tK. Johnstoni
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Under the coaching of Don Burrell, the Varsity
Boys Soccer team continued to improve their
abilities once again this year as the team
consisted of all underclassmen and one senior.
Despite some bad breaks, the team was able to
pull out two victories during the season including
a 4-3 win over Lakeview Centennial and a 1-0
The team was blessed with talent at several
positions and particular stand-outs included
goalkeeper Derek Shipman, forwards Ray
Aronowltz and Yong Song, and defensive
specialists Joe White, Alan Heath, and Steve
Campbell. A sprained ankle injury to Steve was
a costly one as he was hurt during a warm-up
prior to a play-oft game with R.L. Turner. The
team was defeated by the Lions 0-3 and ended
The team was, however, "very competitive"
according to Coach Burrell and "a few breaks
could have given the team a winning season.
The team was very young, so l'm looking
Right: ALAN HEATH and DAVID NORRID struggle
for ball control against a district opponent. tK.
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ponent fora possible steal. fK. Johnstonl
Left: Junior ALAN HEATH uses his defensive tac-
tics against Plano. iK. Johnstonf
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VARSITY BOYS SOCCER
Lakeview Centennial ............. 4-3
W.T. White .................... 1-2
Grand Prairie ....,............. 2-3
Irving ........................ 2-2
S. Grand Prairie ................ 2-2
Duncanville ................... 1-3
MacArthur .................... 2-4
Nimitz ....................... 1-0
R.L. Turner ................... O-0
R.L. Turner ................... 0-3
District Record - 1-3-3
Season Record - 2-6-3
Fright: Senior OUEN LEE manages to keep the
ball away from a Plano defender. iD. Norridl
Below: Junior STEVE CAMPBELL patiently awaits
the arrival ot the ball. tD. Norridl
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maker. Row 2: S. Campbell, O. Le, D. Norrid, Coach Burrell, K. Wright, M. Smith, P. Moll
D. Shipman, B. Greenstein, Fl. Aronowitz, U. l
ow 1: S. Ramirez, H. Crossland, J. Grady, D. Francis, T. Graffeo, C. Francis, P. Henderson, D.
opp, L. Jennings. Row 2: L. Yates, N. Wiles, L. Carlson, R. Wendt, Coach Seibel.
reenstein, T. Greenstein, L. Taylor. Row 3: L.
VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER
W. T. White ....
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R. L. Turner ....
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District record - 6-4
Season record - 6-5
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Lett: Sophomore TRACY GREENSTEIN keeps the
ball away from a Lion defender. iD.
Below: Junior ROBIN WENDT returns the ball with
a butt from her head. QD. Norridt
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Above: Sophomore TRACY GREENSTEIN tights
with an opponent for ball control. tK. Johnstonl
Right: Senior TAMI GRAFFEO tights against a
Nimitz opponent. tK. Johnstonl
Bottom Right: Sophomore TRACY GREENSTEIN
sidesteps a Nimitz player. tK. Johnstonl
Below: Junior DIANE BOPP averts an opponent
and a steal. tK. Johnstonl
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Lett: Junior ROBIN WENDT keeps a steady eye
on a descending ball. QD. Norridt
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As expected by Head Coach Susan Seibel,
this year's varsity girls' soccer team finished
with a tremendous finale to their exceptional
Despite finishing the year with a district
record of 6-4, and only boasting a title of
runner-up in the district standings, the girls'
team was able to find a place in the post-season
play-off as District 8-5A's second represen-
tative. The girls' earned a spot against the North
Mesquite Stallions in a bi-district play-oft game,
but were unable to keep their winning ways roll-
ing as they were eliminated by the Stallions in a
4-1 loss. However, the team's trip to the play-
offs included a few impressive victories such as
a 5-O shut-out of Grand Prairie and a 9-1
thrashing of Irving Nimitz. The team lost its
chance of a district championship in the dis-
trict's final play-off game against Irving
Coach Seibel found her team blessed with
"good leadership, good attitudes, a strong
defense, and a will to win."
Left: Senior LORI YATES and sophomore TRACY
GREENSTEIN try to gain possession. tD. Norridl
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victorious season. The team's final record was
8-2. The lady swimmers were 2nd in district, 4th
at regional meet, and 18th at state meet. The
boys were 3rd at district and 17th at regional
meet. The only iniury this season was a head
iniury to Tami Van Gurp from a diving accident.
lndividual girls honors this season were . . .
Tami Eaton: regional record in butterfly, 2nd at
state meet, school records in butterfly, individual
medley, and freestyle. Paige Eaton: school
record in breast stroke, and 500 freestyle. Tami
Van Gurp: school record in diving. Honors for
the boys were . . . Mitch Baranowski: school
records in back stroke, individual medley, and
Top: KELLY BRUNNER, junior, does the butterfly
with perfect form. lK. Johnstont
Middle: Sophomore, KIM NEWSOM, comes up
tor air during the sidestroke. lJ. Sittoni
Row 1: D. Craig, M. Baronowski, K. Kelly, O.
Korsmo, D. Freemyer, K. Holland, K. Newsom.
Row 2: G. Owens, D. Atkinson, M. Lucey, A.
Gardner, H. Crellin, K. Kolb, T. VanGurp, T.
Nevill, S. Staggs. Row 3: Coach Leonard, B.
Miranda, J. Nevins, R. Rhea, K. Brunner, C.
Holladay, S. Sell, S. Price, J. Browder, C. Marr.
Row 4: R. Green, M. Ralich, B. Stephenson, B.
Seeley, D. Skierski, D. Richmond, J. Fellers, C.
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doing the breast stroke. tR. Jonesi
Middle Lett: ORLYNN KORSMO, freshman, con-
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Above: A Trojan swimmer struggles to finish the
iast lap. fK. Johnstoni
Left: KIM NEWSOM, sophomore, tries for the vic-
tory in the back stroke. fK. Johnstoni
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Arlington Hts. Classic .... . . . 7th
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Irving Nimitz Classic . . . . . . 4th
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demonstrated by varsity golfers MARK PETERS, O. J. SULTAN, JASON
BURR, and BRIAN WATTS. lJ. Sittonl
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The regular season play of the Varsity Baseball
team once again ended in success for the team and
the school. The team finished their 7th consecutive
winning season as they also made a third trip to the
After reaching the bi-district playoffs last year only
to lose to Plano, the Trojans posted a 2nd place finish
behind Duncanville with a district record of 9-5. The
bi-district playoffs placed the Trojans against Richland
High from District 7-SA, After playing with much
inspiration throughout the year, the Trojans future
plans of reaching the state finals were denied as
Richland High handed the Trojans two consecutive
losses. Baseball coach Lance Brown, who was helped
by assistant Coach Fred Howard, found the team to
lack in consistency of play. Despite this setback, the
team was able to have all-district bestowed upon
them. Senior Joe Piazza, junior Billy Murphy and
sophomore Donnie Brown were selected for the all-
District team. Senior Mark Cornett was chosen for the
2nd All-District team with junior Albert Segura received
an honorable mention and Donnie Brown was selected
as Sophomore of the year.
Top: Senior JOE PIAZZA loses control of a play at third
base. ID. Norridi
Right: Senior DARRAN BROWN keeps a cautious eye on
an approaching pitch. IJ. Sittonj
128 Varsity Baseball
Top: Senior MARK CORNETT begins his final Above: Sophomore PAUL CARMON awaits the
release of a pitch. iD. Norridl throw from the pitcher. CJ. Sittonl
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2nd Game 8 9
Season record 1512
District record 95
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Above: Head Coach Lance Brown contemplates
the next move for his team. lJ. Sittonl
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Aoove: Varsity players collide in the outfield during district play. lJ.
Top Left: Junior ROBERT PENA begins his throw to Hrs! base for an out.
Top Right: Sophomore DONNIE BROWN receives congratulations after a
Junior pitcher BILL Y MURPHY warms up prior to a game. lJ. Sittonl home run U Smom
Varsity Basebatl 131
The Varsity Boys track team won district for
the first time in Newman Smith history. Newman
Smith won the championship 120-101 with
South Grand Prairie trailing. With 46 members,
the team broke all ofthe school records except
in polevault, 800 run, and the 1600 meter relay.
Records set by this group are the following:
Rodney Hare got 10.65 in the 100 meter dash,
21.73 in the 200 meter dash, 39.6 in the 300
hurdles, and long jump with 23'10". Robert Hare
set the record tor the 400 meter dash with a
time of 50.45. Robert Smith got 15.54 in the
110 high hurdles. Tim Maxwell set the record for
the 1 mile run with the time of 4:38.60. Alex
Gonzales got 10:08.1 in the 3200 meter run.
The 400 meter relay, which consisted of James
Turner, Robert Hare, Robert Smith, and Rodney
Hare, set a record of 4216. Jett Hakul jumped
6'6" in high jump. Mike Schmitz threw 56' tw'
in the shotput and 172'11" in the discus in the
North Garland Raider Relays, Mike Schitz placed
third in the Texas Relays. He is the tirst Newman
Smith student to ever place.
The preseason strengths for the track team
were in the shot, discus, hurdles, and the sprint
relay. Team captains were Mike Schmitz, Ronnie
Taylor and Steve Sheeran. "This was a super
season. The super dream came true. Newman
Smith reached maturity and became winners.
They were super athletes with great talent. This
group came together for a common cause,"
said Head Coach Charles Quisenberry. Assistant
coaches were Dennis Lemmons and Mike
Right: ERIC GALE spins around to throw all his
weight into the shotput throw.
Row 1: K. McMahon, D. Ackerman, K. DeWitt, A.
Gonzales, M. Boutis, R. Taylor, J. Turner, T.
Maxwell, L. Fuhrman. Row 2: Coach
Quisenberry, S. Slay, R. Smith, C. Wilson, M.
Schmitz, R. Shakeltord, S. Sheeran, K.
Johnston, T. Walji, Coach Stewart, Coach
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Burleson .......... . . . 3rd
Theo Rigsby Relays . . . . . . 3rd
Raider Relays .... . . . lst
C-FB ........... ..... 3 rd xl,
Goldsmith Relays .... ..... 2 nd
Plano Relays .... .... 4 th
District ...... . . . lst
Top: CURT WILSON steps over the hurdles to overcome his opponent.
RODNEY HARE shows his form while his brother ROBERT watches among
JAMES TURNER hands the baton to ROBERT HARE so that he can finish the
relay with victory.
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Varsity Girls Track
Highland Park . . . .... .llth
Lewisville .... ..... 3 rd
Richardson ........ ..... 4 th
CAFB ................... 5th
District .................. 5th
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Top: KATHY CAMPBELL talks to Iracksters RICHARD MOITZ and KEVIN
COWARD while .IANINE LARIVIERE and LISA FUNK watch the ongoing race.
Above: JARI WILSON and JODIE DEWITT talk about the upcoming relay
they have to run while watching the 2 mile.
EVA GRAVES, WENDY WILLIAMS and PENNI STEELE watch the 100 meter
dash while MICHELE MCKENZIE stretches tor her event.
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NUMIBEIQ I-IUIQTS TEAM
The Varsity Girls Track team went into the
season with 7 returning lettermen and regional
and state qualifiers in the shot, discus, and high
jump. Although the team was small and did not
have enough people in running events, they
were extremely strong in field events and led in
scoring in nearly every meet alter field events.
Kristi Dubes came in first in every meet and
Roberta Willer came in first in every meet in high
jump. Both girls qualified for Regionals. Robert
Willer jumped 5 foot 7 inches in high jump. Kristi
Dubes threw 123'1" in the discus and 36'1" in
the shot. Eva Graves ran a 12.3 in the 100
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. ,,.,?1::f,-g5i:1:,L'-fe, Richardson meet in which the Lady Trojans
placed fourth out of 20 teams.
Above: EVA GRAVES shows her form as she
gets height in the long jump.
Below: KATHY CAMPBELL uses her endurance
to beat a Mesquite runner in the 200 dash.
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bell, R. Carter, M. McKenzie, B. Dixon, E. Graves,
R. Willer, K. Dubes, S. Johnson, S. Mills, J.
A deWitt, P. Steele, R. Rich, L. Funk, Coach
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The Fellowship of Christian Athletes male and
female chapters in Newman Smith were once
again two very active groups in school athletics.
Members met throughout the year to decide on
many fun and exciting events such as camping
trips, breakfasts and special dates to attend
some professional and college sporting events
around Dallas. Members were able to become
closer to one another and closer to their Chris-
Row 1: P. Rich, Fl. Wendt, M. Sion, J. Song, S. Carter. Row 2: A. Won-
ingburg, A. Banfield, L. Jennings, T. Ltmsky, T. Duvall, P. Henderson, D.
Bopp, K. Grant.
Top Right: F.C.A. president SHAWN PRO-
THFIO brings members up to date. IK
Top: F.C.A. girls listen to ideas for a fund-
SEGURA KK. Johnstonl
Right: PA TTY HENDERSON makes a sugges-
tion to TINA LIMSK Y. 1K . Da vidj
Left: Members DAVID GARZA and ALBERT l
Flow 1: K. Durand, D. Smith, S. Prothro. Row 2: Ft. Taylor, R. Segura, R
Freeman, D. Garza, J. Hirsch, D. Hall. Row 3: M. Boutis, S. Sheeran, M
Schmitz, S. Harris, B. Mullens, J. Bennett, A. Segura, R. Nichols. l
With an unpredictable finish for the 1982 season, Coaches Bob Hunnicutt,
Gerald Keith, and Jim Gazziilo had good expectations. The team's size,
speed, and lack ot experienced backs were a weakness in the beginning, but
the coaches felt the 17 juniors led the team through the season. The JV finish-
ed 1st in district standings with a 7-0 record. The final season record,
however was 8-2. Some exceptional games for the team were a close win
over Grand Prairie, 15-12, a victory over Duncanville, 18-9, and a shut out of
Turner 31-0, with 3 touchdowns by Greg Biasatti, and excellent leadership by
David Rice and the whole team. Injuries to Jeff King and Ftex Moxley limited
the offensive output, but the team still pulled through. Coach Hunnicutt claims
this was a very enjoyable season with the best team effort he has ever
coached. All three coaches are proud of each player.
Left: JEFF KING, sophomore, easily maneuvers around the other team
members. iK. Johnstonl
Above: JUDD CRUSON, sophomore, awaits the signal to attack his opponent.
Left: TOM WHELIHAN, junior, goes for the extra point while junior CHRIS OGLE
holds the ball. lK. Johnstonl
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Top Left: Sophomore ROGER LEWIS, gains yar-
dage. tK. Johnstoni
Top Center: DAVID RICE, sophomore, prepares
to throw a long bomb. KJ. Sittoni
Top Right: RICKY COE, junior, plans to torture his
opponent. tK. Johnstont
Above: JOE HUFF, sophomore, glances back at
a successful play. QR. Tatei
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Segura, K. Kang, R. Hamilton. Row 2: G. Huling, R. Taylor, T. Whelihan, R. Bennett, M. Brighton, E
Rice, I. West, M. Glassburn, J. Allen, J. King, S. Thomas, J. Hirsch. Row 3: Coach Hunnicutt, T
Dawson, K. Roach, R. Lewis, D. Martin, G. Ridgley, G. Biasatti, J. Redding, M. Dunn, S. Preszler, F
Dunn, Coach Keith. Row 4: R. Moxley, B. Mullen, B, Parker, D. Zacharias, Ft. Coe, J. Huff, J. Crusoi
C. Tzouanakis, R. Ruston, D. Hopkins, G. Gilbert.
Far Lett: TOM WHELIHAN, junior, powerfully
punts the ball. KJ. Sittonl
Leii: GREG BIASATTI, junior, avoids an oppo-
nent's grasp. IK. Johnstonl
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The J.V. Volleyball team started this season with a bang. Under new
leadership of Coach Barbara Edwards and also Coach Ruth Stovall. The
team worked hard for their district title. The team's district record was
14-O, and the final season record, however, was 31-2.
The J.V. team final district standing was tsl place. This makes two
years in a row in this position. All the players gave total effort and com-
peted in many hard games for the title. ln the Grand Prairie Tournament
they won the 3 games against Arlington to advance to the finals. ln the
same tourney, they took South Grand Prairie for the Championship. ln this
tourney, Dena Carlson showed outstanding leadership, while Robin Wendt
displayed strong leadership in the Carrollton Farmers Branch Tournament.
The girls played exceptional ball throughout the season making Coach
Edwards' first year a great one. Both coaches were very pleased with the
excellent turnout of the 1982 season.
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KEEPS I-IUSTLI ,
This year's JV boy's basketball team entered
into a very competitive district. It was one which
had excellent coaching and a strong traditional
background in basketball. Despite these
obstacles, the JV team still pulled through with a
final record of 5-9. The Trojan team had many
strengths that helped them to compete in the
new district. Strengths such as size, knowledge
of the game, rebounding, and passing ability
were a big asset to the team's overall perfor-
mance. The weaknesses, such as a lack of
quickness and weak shooting, were improved
throughout the season. The team consisted of
15 members - 14 sophomores and 1
freshman. Full team support was given by all 15
members whenever any five players were on
the floor. "There was steady improvement
every game. We had very competitive op-
ponents," said Coach Ron Hargrove. Fifteen
games were decided by three points or less in-
cluding five overtimes. The Trojans hung tough
Above: DAVID RICE passes to an open team-
mate. QR. Jonesl
Right: LOUIS JOHNSON tries to pass through the
arms of a Lion defender. QR. Jonesl
Far Right: PHlLlP HARPER tries for two despite a
Cardinal player's block. QR. Jonesl
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in overtime against South Grand Prairie which
resulted in a victorious 73-65 win, and also in an
overtime with MacArthur with a 51-50 edge. The
JV team tied for third in their district. Coach
Hargrove is "very optimistic about the future ot
the players when they compete on the varsity
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Middle: CRAIG CASTAGNOLI through the Cardinfi
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The girls JV basketball team entered their
district against teams that were larger in size
and seemed to have a better shooting percen-
tage. But even though the other teams seemed
to have advantages over the Trojans, the girls
still pulled through with a 1 1-9 record.
Some of the players on the team had a year's
experience prior to the season. Ouickness was
also shown in the girls' performance. Shortness
and weak ball handling skills were primary
weaknesses of the team. The team consisted of
8 members - 3 juniors, 5 sophomores.
The Lady Trojans' most difficult opponents
proved to be Irving, MacArthur and Duncanville.
However, they played very well against Duncan-
ville and MacArthur in their second games
against these teams. All members showed great
Middle: KEESHA HOUSTON blocks for the re-
bound. tJ. Sittonl
Above: KEESHA HOUSTON makes a fast break
towards the basket. jH. Tatel
L. to R.: K. Warren, K. Dickson, K. Rountree, K.
Houston, B. Patton, P. Fiyals, R. Freemeyer, R.
Tuck, Coach Spain.
144 JV Basketball
improvement throughout the season. Coach
Foylene Spain added that her JV team was "a
good group of hustling young ladies who really
put their hearts into it."
Below: BARBI PATTON shoots for two as KIM
DICKSON sets up for a rebound. iJ. Sittont
Left: BARBI PATTON and KEESHA HOUSTON
block out Cardinal players for the rebound. QR.
Below: PAULA RYALS waits for the team to set
up an offensive play. lFl. Tatel
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wall of defenders. CR. Tatel
Far Left: KFtlSTl ROUNTREE contemplates her
next strategic offensive move. QR. Tatel
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.V. GA NS EXIDEIQ ENCE
This year's JV boys soccer team was on the Pi
move. They had a good season and Coach Don "
Burrell said that "they gained a lot of
experience." The team ended up with a final
district record of 4-3, and a final season record
Several outstanding team members were Jay
Giglio who proved his talent as a goal-keeper,
and Carlos Menendez, Donnie Nickolyn and
Johnnie Taylor who did exceptionally well as
forwards. Mike Weens, Thad Glddens and David
Howard represented Smith as outstanding
Luckily there were no injuries to hinder the
team during the season. Coach Burrell says that
"5 or 6 players will have a chance at making
varsity next year."
Top: Freshman STEVE BARNES tries to steal the
ball away from an opponent. iD. Norridl
Flight: CARLOS MENENDEZ, freshman, out-
maneuvers his adversary in district play. iD.
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Row 1: B. Clyaff, J. Jones, M. Cromis, C. Han, T.
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position where the competition from opponents was
stiff and tough. The team, made up of two juniors and
experience. Overall the team suffered ln the pitching
throughout the year and managed to lead the team
once again to another winning season. Coach Richard
Valenta headed up the team and, through cooperation
and hard work, was able to end the year on a positive
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KEEPS TID I
With 9 juniors and 8 sophomores, the JV
Boys Track Team took eighth place in district.
Head Coach Charles Ouisenberry says that "The
JV was an excellent building program tor next
year's varsity." Team leaders were Wayne
Preston, Rodney Freeman, Ray Dunn, David
Rotko and Ricky Pope. Wayne Preston won the
district championship in the shot put.
An exceptional meet tor the JV team was the
Burleson Invitational in which they placed tturth.
Assistant coaches were Mike Stewart and Den-
nis Lemmons. "This team had tun and enioyed
the progress and improvement," said Coach
Right: Row 1: R. Tinker, R. Hunt, S. Schoon-
maker, J. Persaud. Row 2: K. Quisenberry, S.
Slay, W. Preston, D. Poirier, M. West, Coach
Below: DOUG POIRIER runs the distance to get
to the tinish line.
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The Freshman Football team overcame their
major weakness which was a lack ot
They accomplished this through rigorous
workouts and playing games against tough op-
ponents like Denton, Lewisville and Plano. This
was partly due to team strengths such as good
size on the offensive line and strong running
backs. Members that improved the most
throughout the season were players Derek
McDutfie, Chris Burns, Tracey Storey, and Dicky
Gomez. This year's team, which consisted of 63
members, was coached by Head Coach Mike
Stewart and assistant coaches Fred Howard,
Don Burrell and Richard Valenta.
The A-team ended the year with a
disappointing record of 2-8. The B-team,
however, mirrored an exact opposite record as
they achieved a successful 8-2 season. "This
freshman team has much ability and will,
through hard work, produce several good foot-
ball players," said Head Coach Mike Stewart.
A tired Trojan player takes a break from his
game routine. IH. Talel
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Row 1: J. Schall, G. Ayensworth, M. Edwards, D. Morris, M. Hite, D. Fugitt,
D. Hall, R. Chancellar, D. Aldrich, D. Sample, S. Kairalla, M. Cruz, J. Bur-
dine, D. Seltimi. Row 2: S. Johnson, G. lllingsworth, M. Morrison, T. Mills,
P. Klime, R. Furqueron, A. Adams, T. Wheeler, M. Ftogers, T. Storey, J.
Garrison, M. Berry, C. Walker, M. Marcom, R. Garza, M. Hays. How 3: C.
Wilemon, B. Philpot, B. Stradford, J. Evans, D. Etheridge, D. Knight, B. Har-
mon, M. Metzger, M. Vessels, B. Dairs, J. Montee, D, Castillo, J. Bradford,
S. Waimwright, M. McKenna. How 4: B. Tutunjian, S. Blind, B. Banister, D.
Brashear, C. Collis, P. Nowatney, J. Irwin, K. Ueckert, G. Weiss, C. Burns,
B. Krieger, T. Cannon, M. Cobb, D. McDuffie.
ROBERT CHANCELLAB overpowers a Lewisville
player into the sidelines.
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wafching lhe game. IR. Talej
BRIAN STRAFF ORD plo ws through defenders as
JEFF IRWIN looks on. IK. Johnslonj
DREW MORRIS secures the ball in mid-air, IR.
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The Freshman Volleyball team, behind the
coaching ot Susan Seibel, finished a satisfying
third in district. "The team did quite well con-
sidering lhe change in district and the higher
level ot competition," said Coach Seibel. The
team tallied a final season record of 9-5.
The team consisted ol 14 members. The
team's strengths were the players' enthusiasm,
good attitudes, and the desire to be better
players. "The team was hard-working,
dedicated, and never satisfied. They were
always striving for a higher goal," said Coach
Seibel. Team captains were Kim Grant and Bon-
The team's weakness was a lack of playing
experience, and not having played together as a
team. Tbe team played in a much stronger
district this year than ever before.
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STACY CARTER and JEN SONG look on. CR.
Above: LORI GATHRIGHT bumps the ball for a
possible point. tR. Jonesl
Row 1: J. Song, T. Limski, K. Grant, M. Sion.
Row 2: L. Gathright, D. Hall, J. Redmond, P.
Cody, T. Francis. Row 3: S. Carter, R. Rich, A.
Scudder, L. Erickson, B. Simmons, S. Seibel.
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KIM GRANT shows her form as she hits the ball
over the net. IR. Tatel
DANIELLE HALL spikes the ball while KIM GRANT
and MARY SION observe. IR. Jonesl
Coach Seibel gives a pep talk to the team
before the game. QR. Jonesl
KIM GRANT shows determination as she hits the
ball over the net. QR. Jonesl
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With a predicted season finish near the top of district standings, Coach
Gerald Keith and Coach Jim Gazziiio anxiously awaited this year's basket-
ball season. Some of the team's leaders and strong players included
David Leamy, Neal Cotterill, Keith Holland, and Brad Torsch. Also, Greg
Weiss, Todd Paulette, and Kelly Wilson helped the Trojan team through
tough games. Some strengths that the team was able to put forth were
quickness, size, and the good old "basketball smarts." The team won
three trophies at three different tournaments, and won the consolation
championship in the district tournament. The coaches feel there is some
great varsity potential among the group. They also believe the team will
have continuous improvement as it matures.
Top: JOHN GLOVER uses his dribbling technique to bring the ball down
court for another play. QR. Jonesl
Above: KENNETH UECKERT holds his blocking position against his oppo-
nent so he can catch the rebound. CR. Jonesl
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Above: TODD BADGET keeps an eye on the ball and shoots for two while
the opponent applies pressure. QR. Jonesl
Above: KEITH HOLLAND out-wits his opponent with
a quick move to the goal. CR. Jonesl
Far Left: NEAL COTTERILL shows his shoot form for
two points. lK. Johnstonl
'M Left: VERNON ROTKO drives in for a lay-up to help
, the Trojans with a victory. lR. Jonesj
Row 1: B. Torsch, T. Paulette, D. Dwyer. Row 2: Coach Keith, J. Evans, N. Row 1: M. August, J. Glover, J. Harlow. Row 2: M. Weens, V. Rotko, T.
Cotterill, D. Leamy, G. Weiss, S. Blind, K. Wilson. Badget, K. Ueckert, C. Kaehey, J. Sanford, K. Holland.
FI'0Sh Basketball 157
STUFF FDD TWD
Fast ball handling, dribbling, passing, and above all, shooting, are
some ofthe needed skills for basketball. The freshman girls basketball
team had many hard workoutsg drilling, running, and building stamina
for the coming season.
The freshman girls basketball team was again coached by Ruth
Stovall. The girls had some weak basic skill fundamentals and several
very short players, but they were very energetic and had good speed.
Tina Limsky, team captain, said "the other teams were all pretty big
and tried to use that to influence us." Tina also said that Coach Stovall
kept their spirits up and was an inspiration that kept them going.
One very exciting game for the girls was a 36-8 win over school
rival R. L. Turner. Coach Stovall said the girls improved almost every
game and had a very exciting and enjoyable season.
Above: A Trojan player puts on her defensive pressure aiming for a
jump ball during a game against Wilkinson. tR. Jonesj
158 Frosh Basketball
Top: AMY SCUDDER and BECKY BURR fast break to the Trojan territory to
start a new play. tR. .lonest
The Trojan girls huddle around Coach Stovall to talk about their next plan of
action for a victory. IR. Jonesl
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Row 1: R. Houk, T. Limsky, M. Sion, K. Grant, C. Cornett. Row 2: K. Theisman, T.
Carroll, B. Burr, A. LaFluer, A. Scudder, L. Erickson, Coach Stovall.
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FIQESHMEN UN I-IAIQD
With 18 girls on the freshman track team,
they were able to have entrants in all events,
and even fill all entrees in some events. The
team usually had someone place in each event.
The girls team placed second and third in their
tri-meets and in the last meet, they won first.
"These young ladies worked very hard but had
a lot of fun at the same time. Overall it was a
good season," says Coach Foylene Spain.
The boys track team started the season with
a fantastic first place in the first two meets.
Outstanding members were Todd Cannon who
won first in polevault in district. Paul Nowathey
won fourth in the two mile. Tracey Storey won
fourth in the 300 hurdles and in long jump and
Dylan Fugitt won third in 800 run. "Overall, this
season was a success. This team has much
talent in all areas of track," says Coach Mike
Above right: PAUL NOWATNEY keeps ahead while an oppo-
nent closely follows.
DARRON ALDRICH sprints to the finish line as anchor of the
DEREK MGDUFFY easily steps over the hurdles to win the
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LaFIeur, K. Theisen, B. Burr, R. Rich.
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SD. YEAIQ 1 DUI? LAST
After spending eleven years in school that
one special year finally came, our senior
year. For some it was a dream come true.
While for others it was just another year. We
gained many new and special friendships as
well as losing some. We shared good times
as well as bad. We all learned and shared
many experiences together.
Our senior year was filled with many ac-
tivities. We wanted to spend our last
moments in high school together. We had Ice
Skating parties which gave us a chance to
get together and have a good time. A senior
night at Six Flags let us turn wild and act like
kids again. We had other activities such as: a
luncheon, an outing, prom, Powder Puff and
many others. These activities gave us a
chance to get closer and to be ourselves.
After graduation we will all go our own
separate ways. Some of us will work, go to
college, or just bum around and take a vaca-
tion. We will always be able to look back and
be able to remember all those special
moments we shared throughout high school.
Behind us, we will leave the memories and
traditions set by the CLASS OF 83.
Top Left: MARLIN EDWARDS and JEFF
WASKOW give RON JONES a lift after
an exhausting routine.
Top Right: CAROL OWENS misinteprets
the sign on the restroom door.
Middle: RENEE FUREY, DEBORAH
DRYDEN, and JULIA MULLINAX take a
splash on the log ride at Six Flags. fC.
Bottom Left: RAY HOBBS, DANA VAN
NOY, GAIL ASLESON, and MIKE
BOUTIS make a train while ice skating
Bottom Right: MARY MATHEWS and
LESTER PRICE get one step closer
when picking up their graduation
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Top Lett: SHELLEY MacDONALD will do
anything for a date to the prom. tC. Huftl
Top Right: The all night party at Six Flags
was enjoyed by many of the wild and
crazy seniors. QC. Hultl
Middle Lett: DONNA HUCHINGSON admits
that the seniors of 83 have class and are
Middle Right: ROBIN SHEPPARD tells
friends about her date last Saturday night.
Bottom Right: SANDY MCCOY lakes a ride
on everyone's favorite, the Merry-Go-
Round. QC. Huftl
Sr. Candids 169
The Outstanding Senior ot each category is chosen by the teacher or
teachers directly involved with that category. They are chosen based on
ability, integrity, sincerity, eftort, leadership, perseverance, willingness to
give extra time when needed, and ability to work well with others. These
students are chosen to represent Newman Smith and are classified as the
best. The following 27 ladies and gentlemen are most assuredly "Stars ot
Jett Hall Natalie Staley
David Garza Joyce Obar
Tracey Haley Ha Nguyen
Athletics - Girls Athletics - Boys
Jari Wilson Rodney Hare
Foreign Language French
Terry Wagner Kim Richmond
Joy Adkins Denise Rose
Industrial Arts Industrial Engines
Mark Trezza Robert Duncan
Elham Taeed Terry Carr
Science Social Studies
Greg Caso Debbie Long
Tim Slampes Leah Hammond
Charlie Bennett Richard Mullins
Outstanding Seniors 171
Each year the senior class goes on a senior
outing during the spring. This year's outing was
held at the Austin Patio Dude Ranch on May 6.
Tickets were sold at 312.50 each and approx-
imately 200 seniors participated in this event.
From 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. many activities were held
for students to partake in. This included
volleyball, horseback riding, horseshoes, pad-
dleboats, and video games. Hayrides were also
available to those who didn't mind the itchy hay
during the tour of country scenery. At 6 p.m.
dinner was served, an all you can eat barbecue
which consisted of roastbeef, sausage, potato
salad, cole slaw, beans, and toast. The most
favorite activity was laying out by the pool,
swimming, or just standing around with the hope
of not getting thrown in. To end the event with a
big splash, a few daring senior guys threw Mt.
Studdert in, clothes and all.
Tl I3 SUCCESSI:
Top Left: TEANN LA GUARDIA, struggles with
the life jacket before going on the boat ride.
Top Right: KELLI COCHRAN and DAVID KELLY
lounge by the pool to catch some rays. jJ.
Middle: MARY MATHEWS and CAROL OWENS
enjoy the all you can eat barbecue. CJ. Sittonl
Bottom Left: JENNY GRADY, TEANN LA
GUEARDIA and PHYLLIS MCBRIDE go
horseback riding. QR. Jonesj
Bottom Right: MIKE MCGREGOR spikes the
ball while playing volleyball. jR. Jonesl
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Top Left: MIKE MCGREGOR and MIKE ARMALAVAGE chicken fight against
RHONDA BIBBY and JIM NEVINS. IR. Jonesl
Top Right: This was a recognizable scene alter the lun activities planned
throughout the day. IJ. Sittonl
Middle: ROBIN SHEPPARD and KINDALL HOLBERT hike their way down to
the paddle boat rides. IJ. Sitlonl
Middle Right: ROBBYN BIRD AND CHRISTY HARDER sit by the pool side and
have a chat. IJ. Sittonl
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That special and recognizable moment finally came. The Senior
Awards Assembly recognized the seniors who received scholarships
and outstanding award. There was a total of a quarter of a million
dollars awarded among the very talented and distinguished students.
Following the awards, the time came to take the final walk. The seniors
for the last time presented themselves to the student body by walking
under the arch and around the gym. Some seniors were happy that the
time had finally come and others were sad that they would have to let
loose of their high school years.
Afterwards, seniors caravaned over to the Marriott Ouorum Hotel for
the Senior Luncheon. The lunch was served buffet style with the addi-
tion of a few mice to the menu. Pranksters received their laughs from
watching the girls panic over the uninvited visitors. Following lunch, a
talent show was presented by the seniors. lt started off with a piano
solo and included vocal solos, a dance, an orchestra duet, a jam ses-
sion, a humorous short play, and ended with an oratory by Tracey
Haley which gave everyone a chance to think who and what kind of
people they really were. One of the favorite acts was that of David Gar-
za as he stood in front of the senior class for the last time to sing them
a solo. Michael Karmann produced a slide show with memories from
our past years. The senior members of the choir ended the luncheon
by singing the class song "Up Where We Belong."
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Top right: JENNY GRADlC salutatorian,
and JOYCE OBAR, valedictorian
receive their awards for their outstan-
ding academic achievements. Middle
lett: CARY NEWSOM and PAT
McMULLEN dish out the chicken
parmesan at the luncheon. Bottom left:
JEFF HALL, STACIA SIVESS, and TOM
PENTECOST proudly receive a choral
scholarship. Bottom right: JOHNNY
SITTON, RICHARD MOITZ and TERESA
CARTER show their feelings of relief
after walking through the arch.
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Top right: LISA COOPER converses with
POLL Y LAPIERS and JO YOE OBAFI before
they eat their lunch. Top left: TRACE Y
HALE Y presents her last speech to the
student body, Middle: BILL GALLINA and
TIM STAMPES glance through the pro-
phecy book. Bottom left: DAVID GAHZA
and Dr. Blanton joke around before the
banquet. Bottom right: BAY HOBBS Is
checked for "mice " b y Mr. Studdert.
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A TDUCH DI: C ASS I: IQ DD
After weeks of planning and preparation, the
big night finally had arrived. The ladies have
chosen their dresses, styled their hair and rush-
ed to be ready on time for their date. For some,
this is the most important date of their life. For
others, it is simply another big occasion.
The gentlemen have rented their tuxedos,
bought the tickets, and arranged to pick up the
corsage. This is their last big chance to show
off their dates. This is the last school get-
together before graduation. This is the Junior-
This year's Prom was S18 a ticket, but was
well worth the cost. lt was held at the Anatole
Hotel in Dallas, and the food was excellent. A
salad started the meal and prepared us for an
excellent filet mignon. The filet was topped off
by a baked alaska for dessert. After the meal,
the band "Reunion" played a variety of songs
to everyone's liking. The music consisted of
everything from the Beatles to Melissa Man-
chester to Michael Jackson.
The turnout was great and every table was
filled. The theme of the Prom was "Up Where
We Belong" and the table decorations carried
out the senior chosen class colors with a
centerpiece that consisted of lavender and
creme flowers and a big lavender balloon
floating up on top of the tables.
After the Prom, only one thing was on
everyone's mind: Celebration. People did
everything from renting rooms, to renting
clubs, to having parties at home. By early
morning, only breakfast and sleep was on the
agenda. One thing is for sure, the 1983 Prom
will hold memories for everyone for a long
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look on as a friend receives her diploma
IQ. AN SS NSHS
Mr. and Miss NSHS were David Garza and Robin
Sheppard. David's service in the Executive Commit-
tee helped prove his leadership abilities. He served
as president for every year except his freshman
year, when he was the vice-president. David was
also the editor of the yearbook, and was on staff
tor 3 years. He received an appointment to the
West Point Military Academy where he intends to
earn a Bachelor of Science degree. Robin has been
at Smith tor 5 years, attending 8th through 12th
grades. She was a cheerleader for 4 of those
years. She was also the 1983 Homecoming Oueen
and is a member of the Distinguished High School
Students of America. She plans to attend Stephen
F. Austin University where she hopes to earn a
teaching degree in Special Education.
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CLASS FAVORITE NOMINEES: Stacey Canalizo, Christy
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Bibby, Kindall Hoibert, Andrea Nichols, Troy Garis, Robert
Smith, David Turechek.
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MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED NOMINEES: Debbie Long, Phyllis
McBride, Rhonda Newman, Steve Bryant, Jayson Henry, Tom
Pentecost, Dan Staitord.
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Band 9-125 Head Librarian 10-125 Drum Ma 'or 125"
1st Division UIL Solo and Ensemble 11, 125 All-
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12, Historian 11, 125 Orchestra 11, 125 Musical
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Ensemble 10-125 3rd Division UIL Solo and Ensem-
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MIKE ARMALA VAGE
Wrestling 9, ,105 Football 11, 12,
Honor Roll 9-115 Who's Who Amon American
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MARTHA LYNN BAKER
Band 9-12, Ldnrarian-10-125 Executive Committee
10, 125 French Club 9, 105 1st Division LIIL Solo 10.
Latin Club 10, 11.
Drill Team 10-12, Miss Pizzazz 125 Who's Who
Among American High School Students 11, 125
FHA 11, 12, Secretary 115 Pep Squad 9.
Band 9-125 Senate 10, 115 "Hello Dolly" Cast 10.
Executive Committee 9-115 French Club 12.
Executive Committee Vice-President 125 NHS 125
All-Region Iazz Ensemble 125 Latin Club 9, 105
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Baseball 11, 125 FHA 12.
Woods and Water Club 125 Wrestling 10-125 CVAE
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RHONDA BIBBY A
Powderpuff Football 11, 125 Basketball Queen 125
Class Favorite 105 Nominated for Class Favorite 115
Nominated for Most Beautifu 12.
Whiz Quiz 125 Honor Roll 9-125 Math Team 10-12.
MIKE BOLITIS ' '
Football 11, 125 Track 125 Powderpuff Football
Troyman 115 Coach 125 FCA 11, 125 Executive
Committee 125 Senior of the Month - October
Band 9-125 HOCE 11, 12, Treasurer 125 Concert
Band 9, 105 Symphonic Band 11, 12, Sweepstakes
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Band 9-12, Vice-President 11, President 125 NHS
Vice-President 125 Who's Who Among American
High School Students 11, 125 Executive Committee
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Executive Committee 125 Drill Team. 10-125
Psychology Club 125 Powderpuff Football 11, 12.
VOE 125 FHA 11,125Wornen's Choir 10, 11.
Spanish Club 11, 125 Executive Committee
Secretary 105 NHS 11, 125 Track 9-125 Cross Coun-
try 125 Who's Who Among American High School
Students 11, 125 Honor Ro l 9-12.
Newspaper StafcV95 Executive Committee 9, 105
French Club 105 hiz Quiz 125 1st Place LIIL Spell-
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Executive Committee 9, 10, 12, Secretary 95
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FI-FA 115 Drama 95 Psychology Club 12.
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Football 9-12, Captain 125 Track Captain 11.
Cheerleading 9-12, Head Cheerleader 105 NHS
11-125 Best All-Around 105 Best All-Around
Nominee 115 Class Favorite 125 Football Sweetheart
125 Orchestra 95 Executive Committee 10-125
French Club 10, 115 Who's Who Amon American
High School Students 11, 125 Honor Roll,9-12.
Drill Team 115 Executive Committee 10-125 Or-
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Honor Roll 9-125 NHS 125 Tennis 9-11.
Lead Role in "Fiddler on the Roof" 125 2nd Place in
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A Cappella Choir 125 jazz Ensemble 125 Musical 12.
Football 9, 105 Track 105 Art Society 9-12.
Senate 95 Drill Team 10-12, jr. Lieutenant 11, Sr.
Lieutenant 12, Aloha Bowl 125 Executive Commit-
tee Secretary 115 Who's Who Among American
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9, 125 Choir 9, 105 Pep Club 9.
IOHNN Y COKER
FHA 125 Football 9-12, Captain 125 Honor Roll 9,
10, 125 Powderpuff Troyman 125 Track 9-11.
A Cappella Choir 10, 11, 125 1st1Place UIL Solo and
Ensemble 11, 125 State Solo and Ensemble 11, 125
All-District Choir 125 Iazz Ensemble 12.
DE 115 VOE 12.
Cross Countr 10-125 Track 10-125 SPARK 125
Powderpuff heerleader 11, 125 FHA 125 FCA
Art Society 10, 11, 125 Spanish Club 10, 11, 125
PTA Art Contest Winner 11, 125 Most Talented
Nominee 125 Top 1596 of Class.
GARY HUDSON DAVENPORT
Baseball 9, 105iFootball 9, 125 Powderpuff Troyman
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Football 9, 105 Yearbook Staff 11, 125 DECA 111, 12,
Reporter 12, Ist Year Vice President 115 Area and
State Competition Winner 11, 12, Placed in .Na-
BRAD DA VIDSON
Basketball 9-12, Defensive Player of the Year 11,
All-Tournament Team Grapevine Team, Honorable
Mention - All-District 12, Dallas Morning News
Player ofthe Year5 Honor Roll 9-125 Who's Who
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GREG DA VIS
Basketball 9-12, Co-Captain 125 Woods and Water
Club 11. -
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lXl,HS,11, 125 All-Region Band 11, 125 All-Region
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Drill Team 10-12, Ir, Lieutenant 11, Sr. Lieutenant
125 Art Society 105 Who's Who Among American
High School Students 11, 125 NHS 11, 125 Honor
Ro l 9-125 Marching and Symphonic Bands 95 FHA
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Varsity Track 9-125 Varsity Volleyball 10, 11, 125
Varsity Basketball 10-12, Captain 12, MVP
Basketball Tournament 12.
Varsity Football 12, Ist Team All-District Defen-
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Volleyball 9-125 Basketball 9-125 Track 9-12,
Regional Qualifier 10-12, State Qualifier 11, 125
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Pep Squad 95 Executive Committee 125 Drill Team
115 Powderpuff 11, 125 Basketball Sweetheart
KENNY DURAND I
Wrestling 9, 10, 125 FCA Secretary 11, 125 Powder-
puff Cheerleader 11, 125 Football 9-125 Newspaper
Staff 125 Executive Committee 9-11, Treasurer'11.
TERESA DU VALL
Volleyball 9-12, IV 10, Varsity 11, 12, Outstanding
Contribution 125 FCA President 11, 125 Executive
Committee 105 Basketball 9.
Band 9-125 Twirler 11, 12, Received Superior
Rating in LIIL Twirling Solo5 Symphonic Band 11,
125 Latin Club 10, 11.
Executive Committee 9-125 Honor Roll 125 French
Club 125 Concert Band 9, 105 Symphonic Band 11,
125 jazz Band 105 Flag Corps 105 Marching Band
9-125 State Solo and Ensemble 115 Second Division
Ensemble 9, 10, 125 First Division Ensemble 115 Se-
cond Division Solo 10-125 Sweepstakes Award 115
State Marching Contest 12.
Football 95 Basketball 9-125 Powder-puff Troyman
11, 125 Honor Roll 12.
Orchestra 9-125 Art Society 10, 115 Woods and
Water Club 11.
Pep Squad 95 FHA 11, 125 French Club 10.
OEA 11, 12, Historian 125 3rd Place Winner for
OEA Scrapbook 12.
Volleyball 9, Varsity 10-125 Varsity Soccer 9-12,
Best Defensive Player 11, Captain 12.
Art Society 9-125 Newspaper Stag 125 PTA Art
Contest 2nd and 3rd Places5 Honor oll 12.
Woods and Water Club 11, 12, Historian 11, Vice-
President 125 Executive Committee 11, 125 Powder-
puff Player 115 Psychology Club Vice-President 125
French Club 10.
Football 9-115 Track 9-125 Wrestling 10.
Basketball 10, 11, 125 Powderpuff Troyman 12,
Baseball 9-125 FHA 125 Nominated for Most Hand-
A. C. GARZA
FHA 125 SPARK 115 Baseball 9-125 Football 9-115
Powderpuy Football Coach 115 Class Favorite 9,
Nominate for Class Favorite 12.
DA VID GARZA
Executive Committee 9-12, Vice-President 9, Presi-
dent 10-125 Yearbook Staff 10-12, EditorlSports
Editor 125 NHS 125 Senate 10-125 Football 9, 10,
125 Best All-Around 115 Most Likely to Succeed 125
Mr. NSHS 125 Top 10965 Devo Skippy Hitler Garcia
Flag Corp 125 Powderpuff Player 11 .
Band 9-125 School Musical 9, 105 Art Society 9-12.
Varsity Cross-Country 9-125 Varsity Track 9-125
Lettered in Sports 6 Times5 Powderpuff Cheerleader
115 FCA 105 MVP Track11.
NHS 11, 125 SPARK 115 Who's Who Among
American High School Students 11, 125 Top 10965
Drill Team 11, 12, 1st Lieutenant 12, Miss
American Drill Team 12, Miss Texas Drill Team
4th Runner-up 12, Nominated fyr Troyann Miss
Pizzazz 11, Superstar Girl at SM Officer and Line
Camp 125 Executive Committee 125 French Club 11,
Track 95 Pep, Club 115 French Club 11, 125 Drill
Team 125 ho's Who Among American High
School Students 11, 12.
Honor Graduate 125 Who's Who Among American
High School Students 11, 125 Science Fair
Honorable Mention 115 Symphonic Band 9-125
Honor Roll 11.
IENN Y GRADY
Spanish Club 10-12, Treasurer 115 Executive Com-
mittee 11, 12, Historian 125 NHS 11, 12, Historian
125 IV Soccer 115 Varisty Soccer 125 Powderpuff
Player 11, 125 Honor Roll 9-125 Who's Who Amo?
American High School Students 11, 125 Top 10 5
Art Society 10-12, Vice-President 125 Honor Roll
Orchestra -9-115-Football 95 Track 9, 105 Pit Or-
chestra for "Hello Dolly" 10.
EVA GRA VES
Basketball 9-125 Track 9-12, Lettered 10, Won
Medals in 100-Yard Dash 12, Won Medal in Relay
125Powderpuff125 Women's Choir 10.
Band 9-12, Officer 11, 125 ipanish Club 105 Ex-
ecutive Committee 10-125 HO A 125 FHA 12.
Football 9, 11, 125 FHA 125 Powderpuff Troyman
Swim Team 10-125 Executive Committee 125
Powderpuff Troyman 11, Cheerleader 12.
IAY GREEN WOOD
Football 9-125 Powderpuff Troyman 115 FHA 12.
Executive Committee 10, 115 Cross-Country 10, 115
French Club 9-125 NHS 125 Honor Roll10, 11, 12.
Senate 9-12, President 125 Corripetitive Theatre
Arts ,Squad 125 International hespian Society
Honor Bar Member 10-125 National Forensic
League Double Ruby Member 9-12, President 125
Band 9, 105 NHS 11, 125 LIIL Literary Winner 9,
11, 125 LIIL One-Act Play 9-125 School Musicals
9-125 S eech and Drama Tournament Director 125
Whiz Qluiz 11, '125 Executive Committee 11, 125
Most,Likely to Succeed 125 Nominatetgvfor Miss
NSHS 125 Senior of the Month -- ovemberg
American Legion Optimists and Lion's Club
Oralory Contest Winner 9, 11, 125 Who's Who
Among American Hi h School Students 11, 125
Science Fair Winner 15 125 Top 1096.
IEF F HALL
A Cappella Chair 9-12, Section Leader 10, 11,
Presi ent 125 Band 11, 125 Vocal Ensemble 11, 125
Orchestra 115 School Musical 10-125 Nominated
for Most Talented 125 FTA 105 UIL Solo and
Ensemble 1st Division Piano Solo 125 1st Division
Quartet 125 1st Division Small Ensemble 11, 125
State Qualifier for Small Ensemble 11, 125 State
Qualifier for Male Quartet and Piano Solo 12.
Band 9-12, Drum Major 11, 125 All-Region lazz
Band 115 Honor Roll 11, 12.
Executive Committee 11, 125 Woods and Water
Club 115 FHA 125 HOSA 125 Track 9, 115 Latin
Club 1O,j11-.i 1 QQ I
Cheerleading 9-125 SPARK 115 Homecoming
Princess 11, Nominated for Queen 125 "Princess
and the Pea" Cast5 Nominated for Class Favorite
11, 125 HOSA Secretary 125 FHA 115 Track 95 Ex-
ecutive Committee 12.
Football 9-12, All-District Team 125 Track 9-125
Basketball 9, 105 Powderpuff Football Coach 11, 12.
Orchestra 9-12, Olfficer 125 Spanish Club 11, 12,
Officer 125 Honor oll 9-11.
Swim Team 10.
Varsity Volleyball 10-125 Varsity Soccer 10-12,
Captain 11, 12, MVP .11, 125 Powderpuff Player
FHA 11, 125 Football 95 DE 11.
Executive Committee 11, 125 Football 9-125
Powderpuff Football Coach 11, 125 Baseball 95 FCA
11, 125 Co-Captain of Football Team'12.
Football5 Track5 Powderpug Cheerleader 11, 12,
Nominated for Powderpuff ing 12.
Soccer 95 Spanish Club 9, 105 Honor Roll 9, 105
FHA 9, 11, 12.
Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Executive 10, 11, 125 Honor Roll
115 Who's Who 115 Choir 105 Top 12955 1st Division
UIL Band, 1st Division UIL Marching5 UIL Con-
cert Sweepstakes 11, 125 FHA 125 Musical 105 Key
Club 11 .
Won 1st Place Twice for Audio-Visual Contest.
CRAIG H UFFT
Executive Committee 9-115 Spanish Club 9-12,
Vice-President 11, President 10, 125 Yearbook Staff
11, 12, Organizations Editor 125 SPIRIT INC. 11,
ANGIE INTRAVAIA 5 -
Art Society 9-12.
Marching Band 9-125 Concert Band 95 S mphonic
Band 10-125 1st Division Ensemble 115 Slate Solo
and Ensemble 115 Sweepstakes Award 115 Alternate
to All-region Band 125 Chamber Orchestra 115
"Hello Dolly" Cast 105 Honor Roll 12.
International Club 8, 95 VICA 12.
Yearbook Photographer 9-12, 1st Place Sports and
2nd Special Egects Photography Awards at ILPC
Convention 1 , 1st Place Spot News, 3rd Place
Sports, and 3rd Place Portrait Photography Awards
at ILPC Convention 125 Executive Committee 125
Powderpuff Twirler 11, 12.
Honor Roll 9, 125 Executive Committee 10-125
Spanish Club 115 Yearbook Staff 10-12, Student
Life Editor 11, 12, Copy Editor 11, 12, Assistant
Editor 12, Spirit Inc. 11.
SCOTT KAY .
Symphonic Band 9-125 5Marchin Band 9-125 lazz
Band 9-125 All-region! Band -9-li LIIL Solo Rating
of 1 9-125 State Solo Rating of 2 1-15 All-region Iazz
Band 12. ' -
Senior Accomplishments 213
Varsity Soccer 101 Marching and Symphonic Bands
10-121 Yearbook Photographer 10, 111 jazz Vocal
Ensemble Drummer 121 A Cappella Choir 121 Band
Solo and Ensemble Contest 11, 121 Choir Ensemble
Contest 121 Troyann Beau 1Z1Powderpuff Twirler
11, 121 Orchestra for "Annie Get Your Gun"1 Band
Historian 11, 12.
IV Soccer 9, Varsit Soccer 10, 111 Marching Band
9-121 Concert Bandy9, 101 Symphonic Band 11, 12.
NANCY KEN TON
Executive Committee 12: Spanish Club 11, 12, Ac-
tivities Chairperson 121 FHA 121 Psychology Club
Varsity Tennis 9-111 FHA 12.
French Club 11, 121Art Society 11, 12.
FHA 11, 121 ODP-VOCCT 9, 111 Executive Com-
mittee 91 Key Club 9.
WISTER DA VID LAMB I Il
Art Society 9-121 Industrial Arts Club 91 1st Place
National PTA Cultural Arts Contest 101 Grand
Prize, 1st Place PTA State Contest 10, 121 Assistant
Art Editor for Yearbook Staff 11, 12.
Concert Band 101 S mphonic Band 11, 121 "Hello
Dolly" Cast 101 DE A 11, 12, President 12, Area ll
Winner 11, 12, Stale Finalist llj Honor Roll 12.
FHA 11, 121 Varsity Track IOIIV Soccer 11.
ROSI E LARA
Competitive Theatre Arts Squad 10-121 Theatre
Arts Department Secretary 121 School Musical 10-
121 UIL Literary 10-121 National Forensic League
Degree of Excellence 11, 121 International Thespian
Society 11, 121 United States National Speech and
Drama Award Nominee 11, 121 Who's Who Among
American High School Students 121 TFA State 121
UIL One-Act Play 11, 121 Children's Show 101 Ex-
ecutive Committee 111 Pep Squad 91 Basketball 9,
Cheerleading 9-121 Executive Committee 9-12,
President 9, Secretary 122 Senate 121 French Club
10, 111 Who's Who Among American High School
Students 11, 121 NHS 11, 121 Nominated for Most
Likely to Succeed 12. '
CHARLIE LOPEZ ROGINA
Soccer 9-11, All-District 10.
Tennis gf Executive Committee 9, 11, 121 Honor
Roll 9, 101 Spanish Club 9-11, Secretary 111 Woods
and Water Club 11, 121 Yearbook Staff 121 Powder-
puff Player 11, 121 Who's Who Among American
High School Students 11, 121 Ski Club 9.
VICKIE L. MAHON
Volleyball 91 French Club Secretary 101 Executive
Committee 10-12, Vice-President 11, Treasurer 121
Varsity Cheerleading Mascot 111 FHA 111 SPARK
111 Senate 9-12, Treasurer 121 Powderpiytf Football
Player 11, 121 National Merit Leaders iip Award
Member 11 .
Orchestra 9-12, Vice-President 10, President 111
LIIL Sweepstakes 12, UIL State Solo and Ensemble
for Voice 11, 121 Choir 10-12, Librarian 12, UIL
Competition 10-121 School Musical Orchestra 9-11,
Cast 121 SPIRIT INC. 11, 12.
214 Senior Accompttshments
BRENDA KAY MALONE
Drill Team 10, 11.
Football 9-111 Wrestling 12.
Band 9-1 11 Soccer 9-11.
Track 9-121 Football 9, 101 Cross-Country 11, 121
Powderpuff Football Cheerleader 11, 121 Who's
Who Among American High School Athletes 11,
122 NHS 12: VICA 12.
Powderpuff Football Cheerleader 12.
Varsity Tennis Team 9-121 4-Year Letterman on
HAL MA YO
Basketball 9-121 Powderpuff Football Cheerleader
11, 121 Executive Committee 11, 121 SPARK 101
Pep Squad gf Women's Choir 101 FHA 9, 10, 12.
Senate 9-12, Secretary 11, 121 Volleyball 9-12,
Captain 121 SPARK 111 Yearbook Staff Organiza-
tions Editor 111 NHS 11, 12, President 121 Powder-
puff Football Player 11, 121 Who's Who Among
American High School Students 111 International
Foreign Language Award 12.
Rodeo Team Bull Rider 9-111 Powderpuff Troyman
111 VICA 121Szoim Team 10.
IESSIE LEE McCOY
Psychology Club 12.
VOE 121 Pozoderpuff Football Player 11-12j Honor
Football 91 Basketball 9-12, Varsity 10-121 Class
Favorite 101 SPARK 111 FHA 12.
Football 9j Soccer 9, 101 Newspaper Staff 10, 111
Iazz Band 10-121 Football gf Varsity Track1
Powderpuff Football Troyman1 Played Guitar in
"Pippin" and "Fiddler on the Roof"1 Wrestling 91
PATRICK I. McMlJLLEN
Varsity Wrestling 9-12, State Qualifier 9-12,
Regional Champ 11, 3rd Place State Champ 11.
SHA WNE MCSEAN
A Cappella Choir IZQ Spanish Club 11, 121 FTA 101
Drill Team 11, 12, Treasurer 121 Who's Who
Among American High School Students 1.21 Ex-
ecutive Committee 11, 12.
Football 9, 10.
Drill Team 10-121 Who's Who Among American
High School Students 11, 121 Honor Roll 10-121
V E 12.
I, P. MOORE
Speech gf Art Society IU: SPARK 121 Psychology
Baseball 10-121 Basketball 9, 111 Honor Roll 12.
Band 9-111 Executive Committee 11, 121 Powder-
puff Football Player 11, 121 Woods and Water Club
121 Wlw's Who Among American High School
Football 91 HECE 1211-'HA-HERO.
Band 9-121State Marching Contest 12.
Band 91 Football 91 Basketball 91 Track 111 Varsity
Cross-Country 11, 121 Barbershop Quartet 111
Powderpuff Football Head Cheerleader 111A Cap-
pella Choir 121 Vocal Ensemble 121 Lead Role in
"Fiddler onthe Roof"12.
Executive Committee 11, 121 Drill Team 121 French
Club 9-12, Winner of French Excellence Award 9,
101 Spanish Club 10, Winner of Spanish Excellence
Award 101Choir gf NHS 11, 121 Honor Roll 9-121
Yearbook Staff 121 Powderpuff Football Player 121
Miss Carrollton 121 Nominated for Most Likely to
Succeed 121 Ski Club 101 Track 9j Pep Club 111 Win-
ner of French Dance Competition 11.
Cross-Country 9, 101 Track 9, 101 Swim Team 10-
Executive Committee 9-12, Treasurer 9, 101 Who's
Who Among American High School Students 121
American Management Association Seminar 111
DECA 11, 12, Treasurer 12.
Drill Team 10-12, Sophomore of the Year 10, Sr.
Lieutenant 121 Executive Committee 111 French
Club 12: Who's Who Among American High School
Students 11, 121Ari Society 11, 12, 3rd P ace PTA
Art Contest 11f Nominated for Most Beautiful 121
Yearbook Staff 11, 121 Top Score in Troyann
Speech and Debate 9'11j History Club 101 Woods
and Water Club 11, 121 FCA 121 Psychology Club
121 Powderpuff Football Troyman 12.
Executive Committee 9-12.
NHS Treasurer1 Varsity Volleyball 10, 11, District
Honorable Mention llj Varsity Basketball 111 Var-
sity Track 10, 111 Honor Roll 9-121 Powderpuff
Football Player 11, 121 Executive Committee l2j
Latin Club 11, 12, Vice-President 121 Who's Who
Among American High School Students 111
Nominated for Most Athletic 121 Senior of the
Month 121 Women's Choir 91 A Cappella Choir 12:
Track 91 IV Tennis 101 Spanish Club 9-111 Art
Cheerleading 91 Drill Team 10-121 DECA 11, 12,
Area II Oifficer, Chapter Vice-President, Area Win-
ner in A vertising 11, 12, Stale Finalist in Adver-
tising 11, 121 Honor Roll 9-121 NHS 11, 121 Senior
Executive Committee 121 Who's Who Among
American High School Students 11, 121Pozoderpuff
Football Player 12.
French 9-12, Historian 121 Executive Committee
11, 121 1st Place Photo Contest in Carrollton Coun-
try Fair 11, 121 Crew Member in "Hello Dolly"10.
DECA 11, 12, Historian 12, Area Winner 125 Key
THOMAS B. PENTECOST
IV Wrestling 95 Football 105 Marching Band 9, 105
A Cappella Choir 9-125 Vocal Ensemble 11, 125
Nominated for Most Likely to Succeed 125AWhiz
Quiz Captain 125 Lead in "Fiddler on the Roof" and
"Years Ago" 125 National Merit Seholarg 1st Divi-
sion LIIL Solo, Swing Ensemble and Quartet Com-
petition 11, 125 2nd Division UIL State Competition
115 Qualified to Compete in UIL State Solo,
Quartet, and Swing Ensemble 12.
Varsity Baseball 11, 12.
Band 95 Football 9, 10, 115 Tennis 9, 105 FHA 125
Honor Roll 9, 125 Spanish Club 9, 10,
Senate 95 Tennis 9, 105 "A" Honor Roll 9-125
SPARK 115 NHS 11, 125 Texas Students Industrial
Arts Club President 12, Honor Graduate.
FHA5 Football 9.
Drill Team 11, 125 Who's Who Among American
High School Students 11, 125 Executive Committee
10, 11, 125 Yearbook Staff 10-12, Academics
Editors 11, 12, Associate Editor 125 Pozuderpuff
Football Player 12.
Pozuderpuff Football Player 11.
French Club 9-12, Vice-President 11, President 125
NHS 11, 125 Senate 10, 115 Executive Committee
9-115 Honor Roll 9-125 Whiz Quiz 125 Honor
NHS 11, 125 Honor Roll 9-125 Who's Who Among
American High School Students 12.
Who's Who Among American High School
Students 11, 125 French Club 9-12, Secretary 11,
125 Honor Roll 9, 125 FHA 115 Talent Show 12.
NHS 125 Maiorette 10-125 Who's Who Among
American High School Students 11, 125 Senate 10-
125 Executive Committee 95 Spanish Club 9, 105 Key
Club Treasurer 115 SPARK 115 Symphonic Band 9-
125 Marching Band 9-125 Honor Roll 9-125
Powderpuff Football Player 115 FHA 11.
Honor Roll 11, 12.
Band 9, 105 Honor Society 9, 105 Honor Roll 9-125
Newspaper Staff 10, 115 Executive Committee 12.
Swim Team Captain 10, 11.
Football 9, 115 Psychology Club 12.
Band 9-125 State UIL Ensemble 115 Spanish Club
105 FHA 125 Symphonic Orchestra 115 "Annie Get
Your Gun" Orchestra 95 "Pippin" Orchestra 115
Parade of Champions 11, 125 State UIL Marching
Football 9-125 Track 9-12.
Band 9-125 lazz Band 10, 115 Who's Who Among
American High School Students 115 UIL Solo and
Ensemble 115 Honor Roll 9, 125 Pozuderpuff Foot-
ball Player 115 Chamber Orchestra 11.
Drill Team 11, 125 Key Club Secretary 115 Powder-
puff Football Player 115 Who's Who Among
American High School Students 11, 125 Yearbook
Staff 125 Executive Committee 10, 125 Honor Roll
Varsity Track 9-125 Varsity Cross-Country 11, 125
Basketball 9, 105 SPARK 125 Executive Committee
9-125 FCA 125 Class Photographer 125 Powderpuff
Cheerleader 115 Senior of the Month --- December5
Industrial Arts Club 95 Part-Time Yearbook Staff
Cheerleading 9-115 Class Favorite 115 SPARK 115
FHA 125 Executive Committee 125 Homecoming
Football 9, 105 SPARK 115 Pozuderpuff Football
Cheerleader 125 Honor Roll 125 Yearbook
Photographer 125 FHA 125 Executive Committee
Superior Rating in UIL Vocal Solo 9, 11, 125 Iazz
Vocal Ensemble 125 Superior Rating Vocal Trio 11,
125A Cappella Choir 10-125 Senate 105 Woods and
Water Club Historian 125 "Fiddler on the Roof"
Cast 125 Nominated for Most Talented 12.
A Cappella Choir 9-125 Powderpuff King Nominee
125 UIL Solo Competition 9-12.
Spiriteers 95 Executive Committee 125 FHA 12.
Band 9-125 FHA 125 Symphonic Band 10-125 Soc-
cer 95 1st Division UIL Solo and Ensemble 125 Pit
Orchestra for "Hello Dolly" 10.
Symphonic Band 9, 105 French Club 115 DECA
Vice-President 115 Senate 10.
Football 9-125 Executive Committee 9, 11, 125 Track
9-125 Basketball 95 Class Favorite 11, All-District
Track 115 Texas Relays 12.
Band 9-125 Stage Band 9-125 SPARK 115 Senate 115
Powderpuff Football Player 12.
Swim Team 9, 105 HO 125 Pozvderpubff Football
Player 125 FHA 12.
Wrestling 11, 12.
Who's Who Among American Hi h School
Students 11, 125 Cross-Country 9-125 lgrack 9-115
NHS 11, 125 Woods and Water Club Vice-President
11, President 12.
VICA Vice-President 125 Varsity Golf12.
Pep Squad 95 Drill Team 105 FHA 11.
Women's Choir 9-115 A Caggpella Choir 125 French
Club 125 Woods and Water lub 10, Vice-President
115SPARK 125 Pep Squad 95 FHA 9-11.
Track 95 Varsity 10, 115 Art Society 9, 105
Psychology Club 11, 125 Powderpuff' Football
Woods and Water Club 11, Secretary 125 Executive
Committee 11, 125 Latin Club 11, 12.
Executive Committee 9-125 Typing Secretary 115
Spanish Club 125 Pep Squad 9.
Football 95 Executive Committee 105 Whiz Quiz 11,
125 Speech 10-125 Debate President 125 State
Qualifier in Speech and Debate 10, 125 "Hello Dol-
ly" Cast 10.
O. I. SULTAN
Varsity Golf 9-125 Spanish Club 9, 105 Latin Club
12: Who's Who Among American High School
Students 11, 12.
Spiriteers 95 OEA 11, President 125 Honor Roll 125
FHA 125 Competitive Speech and Drama 10.
French Club 9-12, Treasurer 125 NHS 11, 125
Honor Roll 9-115 Symphonic Orchestra, Concert
Mistress 9-125 Who's Who Among American High
School Students 11, 125 "Hello Dolly" 105 "Pippin"
115 "Fiddler on the Roof" 125 UIL Solo and Ensem-
Drill Team 11,12.
Varsity Wrestling 11, 12.
Honor Roll 125 Varsity Track Letterman 10, 115
Volleyball 9-11, Letterman 12.
Boys Basketball 9, 105 Who's Who Amon
American High School Students 11, 125 Powderpu f
Football Troyman 11, 125 Honor Roll 9-115 F A
KEVIN WEA VER
Psychology Club President 12.
Football 95 Track 95 Track 105 VICA 12.
Pep Squad 95 Pozoderpuff Football Player 11, 12.
Art Society 9-125 2nd Place District PTA Art
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Honor Roll 9, 10, 115 Who's Who Among American
High School Students 11, 12.
ICT President 2 Years.
Varsity Track 9-125 Varsity Basketball 11, 125 FHA
125 SPARK 115 Best All-Around 11.
WA YN E WOODALL
Threw the Largest Party in Nezoman Smith History
Soccer 10, 115 Key Club 105 Woods and Water Club
LORI YA TES
Varsity Soccer 9-12, Captain 10-125 Powderpuff
Football Player 11, 12.
Soccer 9-125 Art Society 9-12, President 125 Ex-
ecutive Committee 10, 11.
Senior Accomplishments 215
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busy year for most juniors.
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and began to focus on their
futures. They started looking at
colleges as well as choosing
careers, and began taking col-
lege entrance exams. For some
juniors, the year provided a
chance to buckle down and get
serious about their work.
Although little time was left for
entertainment, the class of '84
managed to stay alive in the
spirit department. They re-
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members of the various extra-
curricular clubs and commit-
tees. Their junior year was
highlighted by the annual pow-
derpuff game, senior ring
delivery, planning the 1983
prom, and the prospect of final-
ly being seniors. The year left
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ront Row: D. VonFeldt, J. Schmidt, A. Reeves, B. Rakovan, G. Trostel, D. Carter, Fl. Duzenack, S.
Iollingsworth, K. Pattord. Middle Row: T. Kim, N. Keswani, D. Edwards, M. McCauley, l.. Burke, K.
larter, P. Pross, A. Tinker, L. Yarbrough. Back Row: N. Gupta, T. Redmon, S. Thacker, M. Bowen, J.
iruckamtller, S. Munden, J. Cherrtngton, D. Byse, J. Pruitt.
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turn out on their committee. Their biggest con-
cern tor the year was raising money tor the
prom. They had many tund raisers which
enabled them to have the dinner-dance prom at
They sponsored two very successtul dancesg
the Beach Bash and the Sadie Hawkins dance.
They also won the magazine sales against the
Seniors. To add to their tund raisers they sold
candy and had two bake sales. The Junior class
was also responsible for powder putt which
turned out to be a big success.
The Executive Committee led their class,
worked hard and had a good attitude which
helped make the Juniors have a great and suc-
f Top: Sponsors: Becky Rockaway, Terri Youngblood, Jim Mason, Irene Simpson. Bottom: .
'Paula Boling, Secretary, Sharon Taylor, Vice President, Denise Tackett, Presidentg Teresa 'Il
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made on M8M sales. TR. Tatej
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CLASS FAVORITE NOMINEES: Gina Batson, Andrea Furqueron, Dawn
Pitzer, John Chinnock, Jeff King, Rex Moxley.
236 Sophomore Favorites
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BEST ALL-ROUND NOMINEES: Lisa Adkins, Jodie DeWitt, Stephanie
Moxley, Paul Carmon, Forest Nussbaum, Gerry Ridgeiy.
Why anyone would
want to wrap Mr Towers
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comprehension Unless of
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lion Such circumstances
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Troyann, CHRIS FRAGLE, is the
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homecoming pep rally.
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The people who are best able to give an objective opinion of J
the class of '85 are those who know them in one aspect or
another. Administrators, teachers, coaches, and class leader at
Smith all have very strong opinions ol the sophomores and what J. Q50
they feel the future has in store for them. They were asked to
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"For.the class of '85 I wish one of the crucial qualities of all "'
creativity That quality being the ability to hold fast to confusion S
until confusion comes clear. "
- Dr. Charles Blanton, Principal
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- Ruth Jolly, Sophomore Exec. Sponsor
"Somewhere between early practice and successful perfor-
mances the sophomore Vtnnies' Hnally became Troyanns. "
-- Debra Floth, Troyann Director T
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sense of pride found in the class of '85. "
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"The class of '85 is the backbone of NSHS TROJAN PRIDE " 'gps Q,
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The Sophomore Executive Committee
spent most of the year building their finances
through fundrasiers. Homecoming mum sales
turned out to be one of their most successful
money-making projects. They helped pro-
mote TROJAN PRIDE by selling spirit items
during football season. Later in the year, they
sold green Trojan litter baskets. They spon-
sored two successful dances and donated
S100 towards the purchase of a new sound
system for the boy's gym. The committee
was very strong because of its many
dedicated members. Class President,
Suzanne Davenport, felt the class was "a
very spirited and outgoing cIass" and that
"the fact that we won several spirit sticks at
the pep rallies shows that the class of '85
definitely has TROJAN PRIDE."
sponsor, Fragle, vice
Exec members listen to Mrs. Jollys
ideas for new IR. Jones!
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An average freshman walks in
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Shawna Fields is a prime example of
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The Freshman Executive Committee had
very few members, but that did not stop
them from leading their class through a good
year. They met every Wednesday to make
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plans for the year. They participated in some
profitable money-making projects to raise
finances for their class. They sold ornaments
during Christmas, chocolate chip cookies in
March, and M8tM's later in the year. They
also planned a party for the Frosh class in
May. President, DeLynn Biggs, felt the com-
mittee could have done more with more
class participation, but also felt that the small
committee worked out well and got the class
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NSHS WELCDMES DD. BLANTD
Dr. Charles Blanton, the newest and possibly most welcome addition
to the Newman Smith administrative staff, got off to a great start this
year by establishing rapport with the other members of the administra-
tion and faculty, as well as the student body. This was an easy task for
a man with such a dynamic personality. Although his responsibilities as
principal kept him busy nearly every minute of the day, he tried to find
time to be around the students. He could often be found in the halls
greeting students as they went to class. The one word used most to
describe his personality was "neat," And he truly is a neat person. His
genuine enthusiasm and spirit for Newman Smith helped boost "Trojan
Pride" to an all-time high. His performances at pep rallies gave real in-
sight into his fired-up attitude towards being a part of Newman Smith.
He would like to make NSHS, in years to come, identifiable as number
one in every possible realm. One indication of this is the District 13-5A
Dr. Blanton exemplifies TBOJAN PRIDE by raising his
hand to the Alma Mater. iR. Talel
Sportsmanship Trophy that sits in his office. High at the top of it rests a
button that says simply "Trojan Pride." It seems incredibly out of
place, yet remarkably appropriate at the zenith of that massive trophy.
Dn his bookshelves right along with all of his "important stuff" sit old
copies of the Iliad. When asked what his goal is, he replied that he
most wants to rid Smith of apathy. He feels that once this great
obstacle is overcome, the other problems that students face will be
much easier to accept and deal with. He will accomplish this goal
because he is the type of person who is willing to be innovative in
order to get results. And for times when innovation won't do the job, a
gold four leaf clover hangs above the door in his office. Maybe it is a
sign of a bright future for him and all of the other people who make up
Newman Smith High School.
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Mrs. Lora Folsom rejoined the administration this year, but this time
as the assistant principal in charge of instruction. With this new job she
took on many new responsibilities. She handled the budget, schedul-
ing, data services, substitute teachers, and student teachers. She
managed to get into the swing early and take care of business the en-
tire year. Mr. Ron Studdert remained the assistant principal in charge of
pupil personal services. He took charge of all U.l.L. organizations, fund
raising projects, the Senate, in school suspension, detentions, the ac-
tivity calendar, early dismissals and lunch passes, public relations, and
proof of residency. Mr. Bowlin was in charge of all building main-
tanence, security, fire drills, some class observations, lockers, and
discipline for the 11th grade and half of the 9th grade. Mrs. Watson
disciplined the other half ol the 9th grade plus all ot the 10th grade.
She also handled all text books, the teacher duty roster and some
, class observations.
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meeting early in the year.
Left: Mr. Studdert shows that it is sometimes
necessary to be able to do two things at
once. Below left: Mr. Bowlin bides his time
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Most students and faculty alike would agree that Cherylanne Noell is a fun-loving
person. Most people do not know just the extent of her craziness. Mrs. Noell likes
the fun side of life. She likes to introduce entertaining ideas into serious events. She
met her husband in an unusual way. Mr. Noell was a disc jockey at KRLD. Mrs. Noell
used to call in her requests nearly every day. After six months of phone conversa-
tions, they had their first date. Two years later, they were married. The wedding
itself was also unusual. Instead of the customary bride and groom on the wedding
cake, Grover and the Cookie Monster presided. When asked if she was accident
prone, she nodded vigorously. She commented, "It is my destiny to be accident
prone, I'm also allergic to everything." As sponsor of the Woods and Water Club,
she has chanced fate often. Once, in the early morning hours, she gracefully fell off
a six toot cliff. Although she seems to have a prominently comical nature, she does,
however, have a serious side. She has several personal philosophies. "When you
reflect on life, the achievement is not that important, what is important is how you
got there. Sometimes people take life loo seriously and you have to laugh, it is a
way to cope."
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too. I doubt he could find his gradebook if he tried. Wouldn't
you like to hire him as a maid? lR. Jonesl
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Everybody has at least one pet peeve. Since teachers are people too, ibelieve it
or notl they are thus entitled to their own pet peeves. Student pet peeves are dif-
ferent trom those of the teachers. Students are upset by punishment, badgering,
and authority. Teachers, on the other hand, are disturbed when they are forced to
punish, badger, and use excessive authority on students. lt is a vicious circle. When
asked what their favorite pet peeves were, some of our teachers responded like
this: Mrs. Noell: "Students who spend more time complaining than working." Mr.
Hendricks: "Girls who do their nails in class." Mrs. Roy: "Students who ask for a
free day." Mr. Hembree: "Cheating" Coach Fife: "People who say 'yea,' 'naw,' 'oh
manl' and especially 'My old man!lady.' " Coach Hawkins: "Math and science
'butts' who don't know who Tip O'Neill is." Knowing some of these teacher pet
peeves may come in handy some day, especially when you start to cheat, reach for
the nail polish, or complain about unfinished work. Just remember, teachers hold the
red pen! tHint: if ever in Coach Hawkins' government class, just pretend you know
who what's his name isli
Ever wonder what one of his pet peeves could be? IJ. Sittoni
Mrs. Miller tries not to laugh as she listens to a
students amusing story. KR. Tatei
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tects her typewriter. tR. Jonesl
Above Left: Mrs. Lackey looks at her paperwork
with a look ot frustration. tR. Tatel
Above Right: Mr. Towers shows off to some ad-
mirers and tlexes his muscles. tK. Johnstonl
Right: Mrs. Nance and Mrs. Douphrate enjoy
themselves at registration. tR. Jonesl
Being a counselor is easy right? Wrong! Not many students realize
or appreciate the endless responsibilites and duties that counselors
have. Not only do the counselors help students with academic, in-
dividual, and group counseling, they organize testing, deal with
schedule changes, and countless other tedious jobs. The change of
counselors at the second semester added to the confusion. Mrs. Bar-
ron, who replaced Mrs. Sitton as senior counselor, took over the
responsibilities of helping seniors make important decisions about col-
lege, making sure that seniors had enough credits, dealing with college
referrals, and recommendations, presenting scholarships, and writing
the Senior Scoop. Mr. Barkley remained as the Jr. Counselor and was
involved with helping students plan their schedules for college prepara-
tion. He was also a SPARK leader. Mr. Towers, sophomore counselor,
was involved with the PSAT and other testing. He used the Stanford
Achievement Test as an aid for placing students in the proper courses.
Mr. Towers was also a SPARK leader. Mrs. Miller, who replaced Mrs.
Nance as the freshman counselor acquired the duties of placing
students in their required courses and helping them deal with one of
their most traumatic years. Mrs. Lackey replaced Mrs. Douphrate as
the vocational counselor and placed students in CO-OP programs and
Pre Employment labs, as well as helping students who were interested
in vocational careers. We salute the counselors for a job well done!
Top Left: Mrs. Sitton puts her best face forward. lK. Johnstonl
Left: Mrs. Barron laughs as she gets caught exercising. lR. Tatel
Above: Mr. Barkley and Mr. Towers clown around at a SPARK trip.
SECIQETAIQIESQ l.II3I2 IQIANS
Tha sacralaries worked diligently throughout the year keeping up
with student attendance. Each grade had a designated office to report
to. This benefited the secretaries because it enabled them to work with
the same group of students throughout the year. lt also gave them a
chance to become acquainted with the students. The secretaries com-
mented that the most commonly used absentee excuses are: "My child
is sick today," but really they are going shopping or out of town. "I
overslept," or "l'm eighteen years old." The secretaries enjoyed work-
ing with the students.
The librarians kept busy throughout the year to provide us with
large amounts of materials. They kept up with over 17,000 books to
choose from including books for recreational reading. Leona Russel
along with a new addition to the staff, Marilyn Rose, were the librarian
aids. Janet McFarland and Wanda Stauffer were the librarians, with Mrs.
Stauffer as the head librarian. The ladies provided us with programs
that enabled us to find quick research. Some of the things available
were: readers advisory microfiche, copying services, vertical files,
periodicals, and reference materials. The library staff was always found
available to assist a student or teacher in any area of the media center.
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him through registration. QR. Jonesl
Middle Left: When she is not answering telephone calls or signing blue
slips, Mrs. Cooper can find something else to keep her busy. fR.
Middle Right: The secretaries are: Wanda Evans, Sue Kohn, Cheta
Kiker, Imogene Millaway, Dorothy Shaw, Joella Borcherdimg, Margi
Richardson, Karen Cooper. fR. Jonesl
Bottom Right: Mrs. Thurman and Mrs. Sitton try to figure out a student's
schedule. QR. Jonesl
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Librarians are: Bollom: Wanda Slauffer and Janel McFarland. QR. Tatel
Wanda Stauffer and Leona Russell check up on an overdue book. iR.
Required classes get the best of STEVE ROPER, especially when his
locker gets stuck. QR. Tatet
TRACY WASCHER does additional reading in her history class. QR
Students work with magnets and lead in the
lab during physical science. QR. Jonest
Mr. Hendrick's world history class surrounds
him while taking notes. QR. Jonesi
274 Required Classes
ASSES I: I2 T E TAIKI
Going to High School is an event in which we all seem to have to
Passing through High School was an event we all struggled to achieve.
The enjoyment of High School was up to the individual. We were
responsible for the outcome of our years spent at Smith.
As we went through the year we were faced with the embarable event
of having to take those required classes.
The most common of all was English. Boy did we ever get tired of
writing those essays. That good old research paper accounted for those
late nights spent at the library. And the night before when we were up till
the crack of dawn putting the final copy together. That yellow and black
book known as Cliff Notes sure pulled us out of all those times we fell
asleep instead of reading those novels. lt seemed to be a very popular
and hot item during the year.
Mathematics was a course to speak for itself, "A Big confusing messy
headache." Memorizing all those formulas and functions topped it off. We
found ourselves falling asleep with numbers dancing around our heads in-
stead of sheep.
History and Government were favored by most of us. Even though we
often wondered why we had to take it. lt gave us the opportunity to learn
about our country and other ways of life. We became very good at taking
notes after having a history class.
Science was quite interesting. We had the opportunity to do disections,
chemical experiments gravity, force and nature and so on were explained.
Health was a class which proved to be very profitable. lt taught us the
things we did not know about ourselves and gave us more detail on the
things we thought we knew. Health taught us to know about us.
Struggling through those required classes was not that bad. We all en-
joyed them in some way. And we had to admit that we learned something
which would help us later in life.
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her through the novel. QR. Jonesl
Above: The research paper had many
students using the media center. tK.
Lett: EDIE INGERBRISTON and TODD
PAULETTE work on a lab during science. QR.
Required Classes 275
TIQY ITS YOIJ'I.l. LIKE IT.
"Parte vous francais?" 60 PRINT "iH+Ll 3!B-C'K:", Eyes on copy, 'L 'S-Q.,
student lift "What's that mean?"
student 112 "I don't know."
student iii "Well, how'd they learn it?"
student 112 "By taking electives."
student IH "Oh. Are you gonna take any?"
student it2 "Yeah, it's an easy credit and I can sleep for an hour."
teacher: "Oh no you can't! These electives at Newman Smith are not
easy classes that you can lust sleep through. The courses
include career interests as well as hobby interests."
student iii "Really'?"
student 112 "Then why do people say they're blow
teacher: "Because that's exactly what students do. Blow it oil as long
as they're passing. lt the courses are taken seriously, then
they'll be to the student's advantage. The only easy part
about electives is that they're optional. Some can ease the
pressure from the solid courses. But most require interest
and will to learn skills."
student 112 "What kinds of skills?"
student iii "Yeah, how can electives be to our advantage?"
teacher: "Well, for example, students interested in drama, art, or
athletics can be taught the skills for these careers. Other
electives in the field of business, such as typing, shorthand,
or data processing can also teach the basic skills needed.
Electives can also help students decide it they really would
enrwy these types of careers."
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student 112 "Let's go sign up tor one."
teacher: "Slow down boys, no running in the halls!l"
see now . . . how do we put this thing back together? says
and CHRIS MOORE. iK. Johnstonl
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SHERYL PENLAND was caught singing her heart
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LISA CASTRO tries burning her striker to create a It you ever need a correct answer, ask the
flame. tK. Johnstoni computer. QK. Johnstoni
The vocational classes at Newman Smith
helped teach students skills in order to help
ready them tor a career after high school.
Vocational classes are electives so students
had the opportunity to sign up tor them
based on their personal abilities and in-
terests. Some of the clubs opted to do tund-
raising to help raise money for group ac-
tivities. DECA had the weekly carnatlon sales
during football season and also participated
in the ever-famous candy sales. The clubs
also gave members opportunities to match
their skills against other high school students
in UlL competitions. Along with all the fun and
games, the vocational classes were able to
help students learn practical skills and fun-
damentals in order to prepare for their
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Johnson, D. Steely.
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INDUSTRIAL ARTS - Standing: Mr. Rotko, A. Cotlerill, K. Vaughan, M. Prater, M. Ferrell, L. Mauch, Mr. Mar-
tino, Mr. Sands. Kneeling: W. Diviney, H. Winborn, P. Smith, M. Gournay, M. Trezza, S. Hite, K. Owen, C.
Hatfield, G. Tucker.
VICA INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS L to R: T. Max- , 'et X'-
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VICA - L to R: T. Wright, R. Villarreal, S. Janeway, W. Ladd, J. Sample,
VICA - L to R: S. Harrington, X. Dang, T. Ander-
son, T. Stampes, M. Ramos, G. Hargrove, L.
Borel, B. Thurman, K. Leake, J. Bennett, F.
Perez, Mr. Mason, T. Sultana, E. Atkinson.
The vocational classes at Smith offer students a variety of fields in which they can learn skills
and develop career interests. The pictures at right and below show only three of the areas
classes are offered in.
Right: KENNETH VAUGHAN busies himself by selecting some steel for his project. CR. Jonesj
Below, Right: CHRIS MOORE and AMJU JACOBS test some electronic parts to make sure they are
working properly. QR. Jonesl
Below: Mr. Bourland offers an objective opinion
to CHRIS BURNS and JEFF IRWIN about their san- sf'
ding techniques. Although Mr. Bourland teaches
industrial engines, his practical knowledge prov-
ed helpful to the woodshop students. KR. Jonesl
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WSUQN, T- Ballard, K- Jones. K- Cornett, K- CSN- Front ROWS C- HOIHTSS, Fl. Schmidt, L. Reinecke, R. Johnson, T. LaGuardia, J. Freeman.
Burr, D. Edwards, M. Parks, P. Maddrin, H. Herald.
Lett: Things don't always go the way they are planned. Here, ROBBY DUNCAN has to consult the
service manual for a little assistance. QR. Jonest
Center: With only a few more screws lett to replace, KEVIN FREEMAN works diligently to get this
motorcycle in perfect running order. tR. Jonesl
Below: ln the vocational classes, students learn
how to use various types of equipment. They
must also take the responsibility of maintaining
the machinery. GRANT AYNESWORTH smiles tor
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Kirk, J. Hinton, S. Rhine. Front Row: K. Badgett, T. Boggs, M. London, S. Blackmon, K. Kelly, H. Crossland, S. Floyd. Sitting: T. Graham, P. Talbot,
Kirkham, K. McGlothlin.
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GRANDPA TURNER AND
Wm GRANDPA BAUER
Dear Mrs. Hinsely:
You've given us your courage,
You've given us your love,
You've given us everything
and only asked our cooperation in
A guiding hand upon our shoulder
to point us in the right way,
Yes you've given us many things:
education, ideals, and dreams,
But our greatest treasure is honest
true, and pure . . .
The leaves of tall, dry and blow away,
Pages turn and fade,
But with us you will always walk.
For you see, your greatest gift is
. . . you!
Thanks for another year well
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You've grown into a beautiful young lady, we
love you very much and are proud to say you
DAD, MOM, JON, AND MARCUS
Proud of you, Wendy
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Best wishes and we love you very much. Love!
MOM, DAD, BEN, EDDY AND MCM, DAD,
TOMMY SlaSAN AND
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It took time but it finally rolled around
MOM AND DAD
You are off and A
running on a good
start. Keep up the
good work. God
MDM AND DAD AND ALL THE FAMILY
- ALL 43 OF THEM.
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staff present our
award to Mrs
Cynthia Rider, for all
of her hard work
We love you'
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Congratulations Lynn you have
completed a Major Milestone in
your road to success.
May your life bring you
happiness as you have brought
happiness to us.
MOM AND DAD
It he is indeed wise he does not bid
you enter the house ot wisdom but
rather leads you to the threshold of
your own mind, For the vision of one
man lends not its wings to another.
- The Prophet
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You are our Love and Joy.
Stay as sweet as you are -
MOM AND DAD
JEFF SCHlVERDAKER's expression adds
variety to a drama show.
I love you and will
D D support you always.
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Congratulations and good I
Iwzls in all you do- You wlll always be our
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MoM, DAD, BEA LENA AND chosen one'
MOM, DAD AND RUSS
DAD, MOM, KEM, AND
yy been proud of
i l you, but never
as much as
,, . this year!
The hard work and determination paid off
The best is yet to come!
For your long yours of practice and
determination to succeed
Your unrelentless PRIDE and DEDICATION
Your superior accomplishments, both
together and individually
We Congratulate each of you.
Band Seniors 1983
To Ricky - Our Son
We knew you could do it
K Congratulations Senior - You did
l it all
When you get into the world - Promise Yourself:
To be so strong that nothlng can disturb your peace ot mind. To talk
health, happiness and prosperity to every person you meet. Make all your
triends leel that there is something in them. To look at the sunny side ot
everything and make your optimism come true. To think only of the best.
To wear a cheerful countenance at all times, and give every living
creature you meet a smile. To give so much time to the improvement ot
yourselt that you have no time to criticize others. To be too large for
worry, to be too noble tor anger, too strong tor tear and too happy to
permit the presence ot trouble.
We love You Very Much and Remember:
We wish you good spaces in the lar
away places you go -
ll it rains or it snows . . .
May you be sale and warm -
And if you need somebody sometime
you know we will always be there.
MOM, DAD, STEPHEN AND THE ZOO
Together you have come this far
Each of you our shining star
Going now your separate way
What more is there, we can say?
Just remember how much we
As you dare what you would dare
Keep in mind that as you grow
Don't go too fast nor go too slow.
From our nest you must try to fly
So difficult it is to bid goodbye
Let us thank you dearly as you
For giving us so much . . .
from the bottom of our heart.
Yesterday's future turns tomorrowis past
From love and guidance comes memories that last
So many years under wings shelter
Bring too many tears of days spent past
We love you,
MOM, DAD, GREG BURK
MOM, DAD GRISHAM
R. A. Noneman
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for it dreams die,
Life is a broken
winged bird that
We Love You
MOTHER AND DAVID
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We are all very proud of you
You have come along way in
reaching many of your goals In
life. May the Lord guide you Ih
the years ahead. "Trust in the
Lord with all thine heartg and
lean not unto thine own
understanding. In all Thy ways
S acknowledge Him, and He
shall direct thy path."
Q km Proverbs 3:5,6
Much Love From
Your Mother and
What you are is God's gift to
What you make of yourself is
your gift to God
What a wonderful
With much love and
Bobby, Billy and Amy
Congratulations to our
graduating Senior. We love you
and hope for you a happy,
DAD, MOM, KIM, TODD
AND SHEILA I
LISA WARRNER gives a good excuse for
not having her homework at ESCB.
Even when you were six
months old, we knew your
reach would be tar . . .
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MOM, DAD AND
,M H 'E
If it's not done my way, I'm not gonna do
it at all!
Class of 83
You've made us Proud again!
Love Mom and Lesa
We've given you all our
love. We've sheltered you
with tenderness. Your
charm has gladdened us
with joy. We have lovely,
Graduation day is here
much sooner than we
thought. Our prayers are
with you Dear that you've
learned the lessons taught.
We'II love you forever and a
day and for the happiness
you've brought. We'Il
forever grateful stay.
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To spend the night or go see a show
For all the times thru thick and thin
Everyone needs a special friend.
You mean more to me than I can ever
I know our friendship will stay this
Cause God brought us together four
and He's planned for our friendship
to grow and grow.
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wait upon the Lord shall
renew their strength,
they shall mount up with
wings as eaglesg they
shall walk and not faint.
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CHERYL PENLAND, junior
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To our favorite
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appreciation for all the
hard work and help you
have given us over the
years. We hope you will
have memories of us in
years to come as we will
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We are proud of all your
accomplishments and wish
you much happiness and
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We're proud ot you.
Mom, Dad, Gloria and
We've always been proud
We love you,
Mom, Dad, Lori, Christian
and Big Jon
Your children are not your children.
They are the sons and daughters of Life's
longing for itself.
They come through you, but not from you,
And though they are with you, yet they
belong not to you.
You may give them your love but not
You may house their bodies but not
For their souls dwell in the house of
tomorrows, which you cannot visit, not
even in your dreams
You may strive to be like them, but seek
not to make them like you.
For life goes not backward nor
tarries with yesterday.
You are the bows from which your
children as living arrows are sent
The archer sees the mark upon the
path of the infinite, and He bends
you with His might that His arrows
may go swift and far.
Let your bending in the archer's hand
For even as he loves the arrow that
flies, so He loves also the bow that
We Love You!
Love, Mom, Dad, and
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our pleasure to know and above all be km to you
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From playing with playdough
to cruising Forest Lane,
From peddling the little red
car to driving the "Good
From rulfles and lace to
blue jeans and punk boots,
From a cute little girl to a
beautiful young lady,
We've watched you emerge,
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Congratulations to Our Senior! Loye Always
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We wish you continued success in the future.
To a daughter and sister
whose dl'e8mS and 3C-
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With Love From Our Hearts
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that you were one. You helped me be better through our competing
against each other, and I hope you can make it down to U.T. someday sol
can continue to show you that Canon cameras are no good.
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We love you,
Mother and Jim
WOODS AND WATER
Congratulates its Seniors!
K. K. McMahon
Kathy Campbell Rick Nichols
Julie Densmore Tom Pentecost
Cathy Edwards lVPlADl
Renee Furey lVPlPl Renee Pulte
Dan Stafford lPres.l
Carla Stow fSec'yl
May your rivers all be
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Conserving electricity and all forms of energy not
only helps save our nation's precious energy
resources, it helps you and your family save money.
Do your part by closing windows and doors when the
heating or air conditioning unit is on . . . don't graze
with the refrigerator door open . . . hot water takes
energy - try a shorter shower . . . turn off the TV or
stereo when you are through with it. Work with your
family to save energy now to assure enough for
everyone when you start a family of your own.
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1982-83 the BEST! i
To the most creative annual staff ever, a . M--my
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to the music which he hears,
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Homecoming ..... 14-17
Punk ........ 13-19
Changes . . 1 20-21
Pep Rallies ..1, 22-23
Fridays ,..,....a 24-25
Fantastic Finale . . , 25-27
Newsbreakers ,... 23-29
Powder Puff A A... ..,i,. 3 0-31
Fads!Fashions . 32-33
Behind The Scenes . ..,... 34-35
Eating .....,., 36-37
Visual Arts .... 38-39
Dating ..t. 40-41
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BEHIND Tl-IE SCENES . , . . . . 46-QI
Drama .....,lt.. 48-49
Debate ,..i ...,,... ...... 5 0 -51
Pep ciubfnag corps 5253
Band ,.r,.rt,,.. - - - 5459
Orchestra ..... 5861
Senate!National Honor Society
Whiz OuizfLatin Club , . , 1 . 66-67
French!Spanish Club o.., 1 , . 68-69
Art Society!Photographers . , 1 . 70-71
Odyssey o...,...,,.,. , , 1 72-75
Iliad .....,, . , . A I A 73-79
Spark!PsychoIogy ..,. I 1 V 30-31
Woods and Water ..o, V 32-33
Varsity Cheerleader . . . A I A 34-35
J.V.!Freshman Cheerleader 1 , A I I 33-37
Troyann ,..,...,...,.., V 33-91
NDW DLAYINI3 . 1 . 94-1155
Varsity Football ...,.., . 1 ,-,.-.- -.,,,,,,,,,,,- 9 4-97
Varsity Volleyball ...-. , 1 V 98- 101
Varsity Boys Basketball .... 1 , V 102- 105
Varsity Girls Basketball .... . . , 106-109
Varsity Tennis . . . 110-111
Varsity Wrestling ,..,. 1 12-1 15
Varsity Cross Country A , . 116-117
Varsity Boys Soccer -.., 118-120
Varsity Girls Soccer . 1 . 121-123
Varsity Swimming ,,.. 124-125
Varsity Golf ...,. 126-127
Varsity Baseball -,.. 128-131
Varsity Boys Track ....
Varsity Girls Track i,r,....
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IZEATIJIQE DIDESENTATIDN . . 1615-215
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Freshman Favorites ..,.t
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DIQDDIJCTIDN STAFF , . . . . . 262-281
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IDUIBLIC IQELATIUNS . , , . . . 282-327
Right: All lockers were cleaned out and the
combinations were changed for the next year
Belo w: Dr. Blanton presents the graduation class
at Commencement exercises
Bottom: RHONDA LUCK and SHELLE Y
MA CDONALD proudly show off their Diplomas
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EXECUTIVE PRODUCER . . .
ASSOCIA TE PRODUCER ......
DESIGN CONSUL TANT ......,.
SCRIPT CONSUL TANT .........
DIRECTORS OF CINEMATOGRAPHY . . ............... . . . .
Production Assistant . .
'BEHIND THE SCENES' Staff
PRODUCTION MANAGER . . . ................. . . . .
Production Assistants . .
'NOW PLAYING' Staff
Production Assistants . . . ........................ . . . .
Production Assistants . .
SET DECORA TORS . . .
CINEMA TOGRAPHERS .
'FEATURE PRESENTATION' AND 'COMING ATTRACTIONS' SIaII
. . . . . .Cynthia Rider
. . . . .David Garza
. . . .Laura Ramos
. . . .Michael Karmann
. . . . . . .DavidGarza
. . . . . . .Michael Karmann
. Rhonda Newman IFALLI
Wendy Campbell ISPRINGI
. . . . .Michael Karmann
. . . .Della Douphrate
. . . . .Craig Hufft
. . .Andrea Nichols
. . . . . .DavidGarza
. . . .Michelle McKenzie
. . . . .Laura Ramos
. . . . .Wendy Campbell
. . . .Keith David
. . . David Lamb
. . . Jeffrey Ashcraft
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2335 N Josey LF
Carrollton. Texas 75006
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