Trevor G Browne High School - Lair Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)

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Q., r agxigw 5 x a 3, ek . ,1 f ,wx f ini 4:35 iii , ,A 543 , Wg ' -- sg ffm :ml ,J . above people mill around anxiously waiting for the band to begin playing at a typical browne dance. below jeff clapper helps promote the hal- loween dance. bottom left even though the lights are on students try to get into the mood at the first browne dance. bottom right students enjoy doing a slow dance once in a while. far center near the exit things get a bit crowded: browne dances averaged about 350 students cafeteria rocks on fridays the first dance of the year was less than a success because the lights could not be dimmed in the cafeteria. the alter- native of holding browne dances at maryvale also ran into snags when maryvale refused browne clubs the use of their gym. with typical bruin ingenuity however, a light switch was placed in the cafeteria and the bruin boosters helped with transporting students from the maryvale field to the browne cafeteria. the first dance back at browne was held by associated students for only 5Oc admission charge, and a record number of students showed up. next was the hallo ween dance which started with some of the yearbook staff dressing up in costumes to promote the dance. if varsity cheers boost team morale M"'W"""""x,a, 2 1 f i S ? E , L iff? A in opposite page: rront rowg maria sueza, joi crask, sue unruh. back row: carol novallo, pauline toone, cindy Connor, debra considine, diana rogers top right:captair1 of cheers shows team where to go. top left: joi crask cheers at assembly. center: varsity cheer line at p.u.h.s. bottom left: pauline toone boosts spirit at pep assembly. bottom right: bruin supporters watch team win. 790' Mrk., j I ' ,710 Od ' F-7,41 fc od0foUa5 f704ffG7"U.5' fm if ,NWI X 'FXZCJTCIAZD 7LA0u2Z7L -rf' 'LL ' "X 'L' pi '! 'I 7lf f'?P5'fQfa2g 3, 7 i . .'JV,pLyg776Ll?f17L0 fkf70O1JQf0U i fa5:7i'QfQU'f Qnflf!-ZKQI94. gjqgf, .ffm Safe al ff Se'-'S ya 77115 Sumrffef wi7Lf'N P2756 bejwaf! WU' 'f f E 7, 3 5 5 f K ,.. t cafe e..-3 Lcwfa Unfdh X top left: sue unruh prays for good luck. top center: cindy, sue, and debrag the three muska-cheers. top right: cindy connor worries about the score center: up, up, and away with b.h.s. left: jv-cheers, front row: jenny brown, caroline kent, brenda mcintyre. back row: linda bauer, susan roth ,.-,.s:c.:-:e. .s i. .-, ,-fm,, - me iv cheers yell to empty stands top left: linda bauer cheers team to a touchdown. top right: empty stands dis- courage hard working cheers. center left: susan roth beckons to people in stands to cheer. center right: jenny brown tries to gain support for jv football team. bottom left: brenda mcintyre still smiles despite the lack of support. bottom right: caroline kent gets bruins to fire up. I poms have "really got it all together" pom-pon girls helped the school spirit this year by dancing at foot- ball games, pep assemblies, parades and special events. the eight girls practice many hours before school and after to perfect their routines. money raising projects and boosters club helped them to buy attractive brown and orange spirit costumes to help the teams' spirits. mrs. j. johnson sponsored the poms this year and aided the girls in making the many decisions that must be made for a brand new pom group. the closely-knit group also contributed many skits at the pep assemblies. far left top: Qrow 11 left to right-jo beth sims, dana har- rison and dawn bera. frow 21 mary ann haws, marry sammons, corinne knudsen, sharon saubel and sandy cail. all other candids: pom-pon girls dance to unusual routines for football games. songs that the girls danced to included favorites like: "if my friends could see me now," "trevor browne fight song," "shaft," "soul town." in ,,-S., , 2, saw lr? 'f . . 1 -f - l Ll l the brovvne tvvlrlln S uad has done man 1 E25 img gig ? 't f.. f.: . . . 5 wal Still Th' U85 'mls Yeaf Wlth the band, Such EIS ll 5 it ' 'il - -V "lo :l-:5 .252 -:" ' ' S .5 25 gli 2 E 3 3 53 fl WW -N performing routines at football ga rnles, at- L 7 A 'Q "" M W' f.a5fE.:E. ':.- l E YJE E 'A if ' ' ' ' qi 5 t Egg M rr.,,. A te ndln g band competltlons and ushering at rl tfimt. r-r'V'rr'- The School d9dlC3Tl0l'l- it iiiigg-f mme o ilg the sponsor of the twlrl Ing squad as A ff h': ,r , 5 -,,:,,.:, , ,': Q wwl A "t ' ' ' ., .l ,M ll if ,Q mrs. pat bru ns. captain IS dlanna felty a nd co-ca pta: n IS ca sa nd ra cu n n I ngna m. f s b . b k - - h d d- f , 1 a Ove- 4 ac 'owl Pat"C'a t Ompson an 'anna G TY- A row2 maril n downe , mar roll and teresa hockabout. lg, ,wt y y lsfll tw., lr z ltstaat , e ? ? W 31 mar aret mlele casandra cunnln ham lrow 45 S vow g ' g ' m fs- pat bw HS- ? 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X ' A " I -Effiia-. :L Q 1 X V above: row 1 Cleft to rightl dave yannayon, dan youngs, sheri steele, marcia skousen, bruce brown, john quinn, paul mcnemar, larry little, row 2 mark greenwell, linda craytor, jill barney, karen bosch, brenda mcintyre, stan almon, conny van dorp, byron flanders, connit pitman, row 3 mark gershman, rosey salinas, carol thomas, teri nakazawa, rick dotson, lisa watts, terry keasler. new is the word for if Y l opposite page: row 1 stan hollar, body conner, kevin newsom, lon mcmillan, greg ransey, mark ramsey, john mcgrath, patrick wipps carl nakazawa rowi2 colby smith, debbie cornell, debbie gordon, lorie mcintyre, steve ails- house, joannie jones, cheryl mallernee, steve figueroa row 3 steve gray, jolynn addie, sue soock, bob trujillo, rhonda hickman, nancy duvall. bruin musicians the trevor browne band started off the year with "new" as their theme s i 1 2757! rssre since they have new uniforms, a new E band room, new instruments, new music, and a new band director, mr. lewisfinell. tne band council consists this year of: president-jolynn addieg vice president-patrick wippsg treasurer- senior rep.-greg ramsey: junior rep.- kevin newsomg sophomore rep.-debbie cornell, freshman rep.-mark gershmang drum major-bill leroy. to raise money for a proposed concert tour, the band sold tumblers, candy apples, patches, candy, candles, and many other things. the band also participated inthe state fair, the rodeo, football games. parades, and other kinds of public appearances. dave yannayonp secretary-susan soockg Y Y Y 'l lil i the band this year had many start- ing problems: first, the band had to find a field to practice marching. using the school parking lot wasfine until the motorists decided they wanted to use it. that didn't work. the bandsmen then decided to use the field at starlight park at 7:00 in the morning which brought up more problems. the first problem was water after rains and irrigation. the field was a "swamp". the second problem was that little kids were darting in and out of the lines and formations dur- ing practice. a simple remedy for this was a kick in the pants, but the starlight administration frowned on this. despite these problems, the bruin band marched on with school spirit. lower right corner: bill leroy Cleft! this year's drum major and mr. lewis finell frightj, the band director, standing by the schooI's new music room. this team brought the marching band through such events as the state fair, a.s.u. band day, and many other marching performances. lower Ief1: corner: tuba player dave yannayon plays the school fight song on his way to one of the school's many pep assemblies. mr. finell expressed his views about browne by saying, "this school gives the student a unique opportunity to learn and advance in their own way." and when asked, how is band doing this year, he replied Hit is very fortunate to have so many students of high caliber from maryvale, that it makes the process of starting a new school a lot easier." 2' J ...Af bear facts staff battles to gain support the first bear facts newspaper staff crossed many barriers in the course of a year. included were difficulties in getting advertising revenues, adequate financing and having an extremely small staff. through all of these problems, however, the staff always puts out an interesting publication. left: newspaper staff works in informal surroundings. fclockwisel lorie darro, randy farr, dusty baker and glen blan- kenship, editor. top left: chris fortier, center, and randy farr work together while glen blankenship explains copy- writing. top right: mary pomezano, Clyde brooks, and mrs. j. powell dis- cuss deadline. members not pictured are kat genson and dennis brumett. yearbook staff fights inexperience and deadlines despite the yearly bugaboo of close deadlines and the big prob- lem of not having a complete darkroom, this year's staff was able to overcome most obstacles and put out browne's first yearbook. a contest to name the book at the beginning of the year was won by kevin steiner, who received a free yearbook for his entry. the staff also sponsored a halloween dance and sold candy apples as well as advertising to supplement yearbook sales. the yearbook is completely self-supporting. top left: staff discusses first deadline strategy. top right: tom reilly, editor, and mrs. l. mooningham, adviser, explain fine points of layout design. right: fbottom rowl lauri higgins, debby border, bobbie wentzel, kim clark, gina garcia, gerry scheid, cathy cunningham, terry turrentine, karen michelson and shane markley. fsec- ond rowj mike ferrara, jim borphy, mike bauch, bill fish.fthird row! bill Whitmore. larrv little. tom reillv. randy e X N--me-pug... its X-t-Y' Q ullt ll 1, . : - 5:1 2 iv i s+iQQLi,141aa:+,c. 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' l... 5 Lke3.i,.:i ' ' i 2.2512 1 R 'W upper left: two of browne's band members exhibit the new band uni- forms. upper right: varsity football players model browne's new school uniforms. lower left: our cheerleaders get ready for the first assembly. lower right: mark waugh and ronnie parker help cheerleaders practice for a pep assembly. ,sf s browne high offered voluntary assemblies in addition to the regularly scheduled assemblies held for the first time this year. there have been many pep assemblies held on the day of a game. these assemblies held on a voluntary assembly schedule drew good support and helped fill the stands at the sports events. upper right: browne's poms leave cafeteria after performing. lower left: overcrowding forces people to stand or sit on the wrestling mats at the first assembly. lower right: stu- dents at the first assembly are being addressed by mr. black. the sound system did not work well in the gymnasium, but improved for later assemblies du ring the year. SE 5 christmas assembly draws biggest crowd top left: band plays cheerful christmas tunes, as mr. finelldirects. top right: chorus sings around christmas tree during christmasassembly. bottom left: miss charles introduces santa claus to stu- dents duringchristmas assembly. bottom right: elves and santa claus get reindeer ready for their big night at christmas assembly. ' if ' Q ff if , t,::'l ,Ee thespians begin season with "barefoot in the park" gg YES . ,K ..... Kwok K AA l'l Y 1 '--.N 1' ,i ge ,L M, gy' Wo? . ,D Al H WW ,K ,M I ' i w ' "',A Q Aooo ooee o w k I f r K Vg:,, I ww gg: ff'f -, s H , ::5Y'1""' M If ' GAA W Q seo A f' A F' I . 'M ' W 1 , 'W W ,4 A -gm the first production in the history of the trevor browne thespians was made in november with neil simon's comedy "barefoot in the park". the play con- cerns two newlyweds, paul and corrie bratter, and their misadventu res in their new apartment. the apartment is six wheezing flights up, with no ele- vator. it has no heat, no furniture, no bathtub, and the skylight on the roof is nothing but holes. adding to the fun is corrie's prim and proper mother, mrs. banks. then there is also the strange old man who lives above them in the attic. things really start happening when on one of his many visits through the bratters' bed room window, victor velasko fthe old many decides that corrie's mother is just his type. then, after a wild night on the town, mr. velasko and mrs. banks leave to- gether, leaving paul and corrie to loudly settle their differences. after a side-splitting scene in which paul perches himself, stoned out of his mind, on a rooftop ledge, the whole cast received a resounding ovation. the play was directed by miss carrol statom and student director nancy childs. l actors attempt 'flowers for algernon' in the round bottom left: student director merry lee watkins: bottom: char- lie's mother comforts his little sister norma: below: dr. Strauss checks charlie after his operation: below right: charlie is haunted by the vision of teenage charlie: bottom right: head of costumes nancy childs: far bottom right: actors put make-up on each other. : the thespian's second production was a dramatic, beautiful, and haunting story flowers for algernon. the play, based on the short story by daniel keyes, was done in flashbacks and a split-scene set. the poignant drama told the biography of a man named charlie gordon, between the months of march and september sometime in l l his life. charlie is mentally retarded, a moron. he is given an operation sponsored by two special doctors, dr. nemur and dr. strauss. the operation is designed to in- crease his intelligence to the level of a genius, as done with an experimental mouse named algernon. charlie has a teacher who teaches many retarded adults, and is chosen to help him along as he progresses. he later falls in love with her, which is to lead to sorrow and disappointment. alice kinnian, the teacher, decides the best thing she can do for charlie is to leave him alone, which she finds out she can not do. charlie sees through flashbacks his mother, his father, and sister norma. he also sees himself as a little boy, and how he was treated. he is haunted by the sight of himself as a teenage boy, who only he can see. he realizes that the boy only wants his mind and body back. charlie will not give up without a struggle, though, and after overcoming humiliation from the friends he thought he had in the bakery where he works, rejection from his mother, and with a warm friendship with algernon, he is able to discover the solution to the error in his own operation which will be able to help others receiving the operation with permanent success. it is too late to help him, however, and after a tender and moving climax which was sure to leave the audience with deep feeling for the man, charlie bids goodbye to all he never knew in the world Q K, -9 ill .fl az . at ,, 1.3, ' vii: ,. i above: row 1: phil mcculough, dennis johnson, paul shellie cantrell, nancy childs, carrie holgate. row 3 cameron, john hulce, joe udulutch, steve sikora, patri- janet tacia, pam fordyce, susan Cheatham, sue soock cia thompson, rodney falberg, pennelope amos, vicki josie morgan, barbra mattson, debbie mcentire, kathi zaino, diane gorla. row 2: benny ellis, steven smith, cady, brenda brooks, retha barnes, ellen brassfield mark schmehl, niel skousen, john slavic, casandra cun- ningham, joannie jones, laura anthony, beth bergstedt, right: madrigals is a vocal group that performs special musical numbers for dramitization. row 1: nancy childs, sue soock, joannie jones, diane gorla, casandra cunningham, patricia thompson, vicki zaino, laura an- thony, pennelope amos, beth bergstedt, ellen brass- field. kneeling: niel skousen, phil mccullough, dennis johnson, mark schmehl, steve sikora, steven smith, rodney falberg. left: niel skousen and dennis johnson entertain them- selves, following one of the choir's many performances this first year at trevor browne. above: mrs. Kirsch directs choral activities at browne. 3 Sal in! ' 'tj s.MmNNSN above: advanced girls' choir performs at the first christmas concert at browne. Of? if ' if teachers protest i . ' r .h XGXQM the teachers protested for a higher pay raise in february. before and after school and on their free time they picketted in front of the school and passed out brochures. they also had a sick-in and refused to turn in absent slips. the students took a stand by boycotting the cafeteria. in the end the teachers got a raise but not what they originally asked. odds-n-ends A Mfg, ..X,. as tx fi :X Eli it if . .,:, . get 5 S.. , -- k K t - - +V X . .. . new V .HSWSM N' - I ,J 1 we ' '- A -- K Nfl- :S ifseegfxjm K . W ggj..,.. -5-jj. uf:.1sz1M+P it if ' f"fffi:T the the 31,507,809 levy election was held at the end of february for the purpose of air conditioning north high school and to give trevor browne an industrial arts building to complete the curriculum. at the end of the year the first annual yearbook signing party was held for all students who purchased a fabulous trevor g. browne yearbook. . . . --,--.t. up , ,, Nil 3...- rsx M , . ,WNWNQ this year the porn pon girls sold telehearts and delivered them to their loved ones on valentine's day. they sold for 1043 each and you could write the message of your choice inside. si.. t S X Q s academic 3.1 ' -ff-H-' ' K E ,. A .mgatf ' 0 :f Her 1 W - -anffv, U, ,JE , .32 , :ss . 5 , , , Q , I - if .N mam . , ' , 2 -Q 3.,k,, Wy Am- 'W nn.. f I is ,, W ,N fymwvywvl awmmjggi? J Wgw V-A. 'L- M V QQ' 1 , A ' 'mf srnka designs browne when mr. milan srnka, the school's architect, was asked where the design for the school came, his reply was "mr. john black wrote an educational specification of what he wanted and i designed it." the school took approximately 18 months to build. the industrial arts building has not been completed because of a lack of funds. construction for that complex should begin early next year, pending the outcome of a levy election held in february. the design of trevor browne has won an arizona creative design award for design in concrete. the buildings themselves are designed to help the open-space concept by providing moveable walls for flexible room arrangement, carpeting for soundproofing, radio and closed circuit television for educational programming, and three mini-school offices for closer pupil contacts, and textured colored walls for aesthetic beauty. below right: mr. milan srnka, architect of browne high school, addresses a dedication night crowd to explain his concept of the open school incor- porated into the architectural design of the school. dedicated to browne trevor g. browne, long-time member of the phoenix union high school board of education, has seen the school system grow from three to eleven high schools. the last being named in his honor for his 27 years service to the community. born near montreal, canada, browne, was orphaned by age three and had to start teaching school after graduating from the brockville collegiate institute. his first teaching job was for the summer period in a one-room,eight grade school in yorkton, near saskatchewan. in 1945, dr. browne became aware of the urgent need for a free childrens' clinic. he obtained some space at memorial hospital and pursuaded various doctors to donate their time and skill. dr. browne served as a member of the phoenix union high school system board of education since 1945, and has been board president nine times. above left: dr. browne is seen on the day of the dedication surveying the campus named in his honor. N this year trevor browne's english depart- ment has begun to study various types of literature. freshman have freshman block, sophomores have sophomore block, and junior's and senior's have science fiction, short stories, individual reading, creative writing, sema nic and logic, and other subjects. above right: students concentrate on new project in english class. freshmen and sophomore block classes were a combination of english, social studies and math. below right: two students diligently work on props for one of the plays presented to the student body by the performing arts area. performing arts art, music, and drama are the main classes offered to students by the performing arts department. some of the individual classes are art, choir, band, and drama. this department does a lot for the school by putting on plays, concerts, half-time shows, and decorating the campus! mathematics mathematics has a large part in helping man understand the world around him. through the use of math, he has taken great strides in solving the problems of such fields as science economics, and engineering. today more than ever this field is vital to space travel and electronics. some of browne's math classes are general math, algebra, trigonometry, geom- etry, and calculus. social studies classes in the social studies department included american history, american government, and mass media this department helps students to learn more about the world around them. american history, usually taken in sophomore year and american government, taken in freshmen year, teach students the history of our country. business education students interested in busi- ness careers ta ke advantage of courses offered by browne's business education department. among the courses available were typing, shorthand, recordkeeping, and business machines. future secretaries ta ke s.o.t., and future businessmen take c.o.t., and people interested in all kinds of business ta ke t.a.b.s. science browne's science departmentwith all its new equipment, has many classes to offer interested students. physics, biology, earth science, and chemistry were the laboratory sciences, offered at browne, and students taking these courses per- formed many lab experiements. industrial arts industrial arts classes served to stimulate and de- velop boys natural abilities in shop work. classes be- sides general shop are drafting, mec- anics, electronics, auto shop, and others. shop this year has made rockets, ca rs and dealed in mass production and done lots of other things. home economics part of the job of the home economics is to teach girls, and now boys, for their future roles in cooking, sewing, home furnishings, and home management. these classes teach boys and girls the fundamentals of fun- damentals of food and nutrition, fabrics and clothes styles, and running and caring for a family. . physical education many students were enrolled in browne's physical education program. this program in- cluded both looy's and girls p.e., dance, and health. this department is covered more in detail in the rest of this book. if r.o.t.c. reserve officer's training corps is the smallest of browne's departments, but is training young men to be- come leaders of tomorrow. the only teacher in this de- pa rtment is sgt. fred king. sports Awww 'Q if in 1 T?" 'I ll this is the team that was-the first bruin varsity team. pictured are: row one-danny calhoun, manager, pete christolo 1665, chris donahue 1515, ronnie parker 1305, pat perez 1525, marc waugh 1225, tony perez 1205, terry brown 1405, reed wahlstrom 1645, steve calhoun 1805, keith kirkland 11253 row two-marv whitson 1865, clay above: head coach herb mitton throws out a practice carpetner 1505, steve clubine 1715, jim chacon, 1735 jim desanti 1745, steve bauer 1855, tom schmidt 1705, mike dubois 1875, hugo ybarra 1755, lance mallow 1765, bobby jones 1425, fred williams 1675, mark jackson 1825, and chuck gibbs 1845. not pictured is rick watts. l above: coach mitton and assistant coaches roger wil- ball to his charges before the season opener against Ham?-, Center, and d b' k de niza. in his first year as head coach, mitton led the bruins toa 5-4 season. on ic nell, right, discuss a critical situation in the game against camelback. the three com- bined efforts to organize the bruins into a team with a reputation of being tough. v bruins squeak by de niza padres 19-14 the first game of the '72 season almost went on rec- ord as a loss for the bruins. oscar ramirez led the marcos de niza padresto a close 19-14 loss to browne. late in the first quarter, terry brown plunged over from four yards out to give the bruins a 19-7 lead. the padres fought back, but a combination of time running out and a tough browne defense limited them to only one more score. chapparral firebirds bite the dust, 41-0 against chapparral, ron van woeaik and a very young bruin offense racked up 303 yards total offense while achieving a 41-O victory. terry brown, bruin tailback, gained 104 yards on ten carries for one touchdown. the bruin defense didn't stand around watching, either. fumbles were recovered by bruins clay carpenter and ronnie parker. parker's recovery in the second quarter set up a touchdown by tailback rick warrs of the bruins, capped by tony perez' point after. maryvale homecoming spoiled, 20-0 riding high after the victory over chappa rral, the bruins took on sister school ma ryvale. keith kirkland, at the reigns since ron van woesik was injured earlier in the season, picked apart the top left: chuck gibbs demonstrates proper kickoff form against Camelback. the kickoff team was led by jim cha- con. bottom left: tony perez makes it 6 more in the 41-O rout against chapparral. bottom: this is how it looked from the ref's eyes in the de niza-browne game. panther secondary while the bruin defense, under the leadership of co-captains tom schmidt and jim desca ntl stopped the panther offense cold. a second quarter fumble recovery by lance mallow set up a bob jones td for a final score 20-O, trevor browne south mountain "real test"g bruins lose 40 6 south mountain proved to be the game that made men out of some inexperienced browne gridders. injuries took their toll of players when mike gibbs suffered a shoulder separation in the first quarter. tom schmidt received a ankle injury in the first half. possibly because of an idle friday night between the maryvale and south game, the sluggish bruin offense couldn't match the south offensive punch, and consequently lost 40-6. i bruins achieve 7-6 victory over p.u. coyotes following the loss to south ca me an interesting meeting of trevor browne and phoenix union on the coyotes' home field last year p.u. killed maryvale's hopes for a state champion ship by defeating the pa nthers. the first bruin varsity was formed around practically all of the returning lettermen that maryvale would have had if not for the opening of trevor browne high. defensively, the game was so outstanding that neither team had a clear cut edge until the final 30 seconds. the bruins held off the charging coyotes and took a 7-6 victory top left: a bruin ballcarrier bites the dust after being brought down by a chapparral firebird. top right: terry brown C403 dodges a would-be alhambra tackler. marv whitson C865 tries to help out. bottom right: in other action against alhambra, marv whitson heads upfield, evading referee and tacklers alike. marv was a con- sistently goog performer all year, especially in the pass receivingdepartment. lions toughg win 19-14 the alhambra-browne showdown proved to be the most vital game of the season. a bruin victory would put browne "up there" with the other ranked schools. tenth ranked, alhambra needed a victory to stay in the running for the state title. the bruin offense could n't muster enough points to come out on top. final score 19-14, alhambra. . - spartans outlast bruins, 20-13 camelback's backfield gave the bruin defense something to think about. like the hordes of warriors camelback's namesake were, the sparta ns kept coming and coming. led by tim barnett, the camelback offense would be repulsed, only to charge forward again. all three spartan touchdowns were made from within the five ya rd line. the bruins couldn't manage to run, and the only browne score came on a pass from keith kirkland to rick watts and marv whitson. a bruin drive that might have tied the game ended on the camelback one yard line when time ran out. final score 20-13, camelback. top left: gang tackles are the only way to stop an opposing ball carrier. center left: marc waugh downs a punt on the p.u. one yard line. reed wahlstrom 1643 moves in to cover a possible runback. bottom: keith kirkland faces an aggres- - sive alhambra defense. bruins rip carl hayden, 13-0 after two straight losses, carl hayden was a needed "pick me up". this time the whole team got its stuff together to spoil the falcon's homecoming 13-O. the defense of browne accounted for 6 of 13 points on a tom schmidt interception. tom took it 25 yards for a touchdown-the only touchdown of its kind all season long. schmidt intercepted once more, and chuck gibbs grabbed a stray falcon pass for a near touchdown. bobby jones of browne recovered a carl hayden fumble, aiding the heartening victory over carl hayden. west upsets bruin homecoming, 7-0 maybe it wasn't such a good idea to spoil carl hayden's homecoming, as the tables were turned when browne met west for the bruin homecoming. west, with a record as shiny as polished lead CO-8-lb, somehow managed to upset the bruins and gain their only victory of the '72 season. its difficult to find a reason why browne allowed it to happen. maybe it was the excitement of homecoming, and the last game of a lot of pIayer's careers. whatever it was, it affected browne throughout the game, causing a 7-O loss. top right: big jim desanti rips apart the maryvale line in an attempt to destroy the quarterback. center right: against chapparral, ronnie parker C303 leads a block for rick watts Ccenterj ... bobby jones C421 follows up. bottom right: equipment manager o'dell scott Cknown as scottyj keeps a close watch on sideline goings-on. below left: brothers perez Ctony C203 and pat C5299 combine for an extra point against Camelback. cross country varsity team: left to right coach browng neil skousen, mike jarvis, dennis thomp- son, byron flanders, dave burner, and doug Cochran. ,Q in jim smith tom thompson W M aww Wow. mike abraham .wx x., QXQAEQQ sswy AN W ' -1 f , mike jarvis years outstanding funnef danny childs -sf, top left: greg groves Cshootingj tries to get one in over the out- stretched arms of a p.u. player. bruin tomlee watches in the back- ground. below left: jerry patterson and a south mountain player square off for a jump ball. top right: mike boling C437 and an unidenti- fied bruin try to recover a lost ball from several p.u. men. bottom right: greg groves C443 drives in for a shot while boyd connors screens him from behind a south player. 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" W- inexperience proves costly to bruins the 72-73 varsity basketball season opened on a disappointing note. the first two games of the season, against marcos de niza and south, ended in losses. less than two weeks later, the big bears roared back under the guidance of coach jerry hahn with a convincing victory over chapparral. the bruins stayed in the groove two weeks after that with a heartening victory over chandler. in two back-to-back games, trevor browne cagers lost to central on january 9 and took a victory over camelback on january 10. the casa grande-browne showdown marked the last game ,before league play opened. on january 12, casa grande dealt the bruins a blow with a victory on the c.g. home court. league play got under way with another back-to-back series for the bruins. this time it really counted, and the gamey bruins achieved victories over west on january 16 and against chapparral on january 17. a short rest period of only two days may have been the difference as the bears got ripped apart by a stronger maryvale team in the panther gym. humiliating was the word as the bruins absorbed a loss by a mar- gin of 41 points. phoenix union was the team on the bruins' list the next time around. trevor browne was looking for a victory on the bruin home court, which would have put the bears at 3-1 for league play but, the hunted turned into the hunter as the coyotes outdistanced the bruins, setting them back at 2 wins, 2 losses. going back on the road three days later, the browne cagers looked for victory over east, but were disappointed once again. the three game losing streak capped by east was the longest the bruins suffered through during the season. left: doug jones C333 and boyd connors C245 watch in anticipation as the ball bounces on the hoop. top right: mike boling C435 appears to be praying as a bruin shot goes through the net. bottom right: jerry urich watches helplessly as a struggle for the ball takes place under the watchful eye of a ref. '-sf fa.. .353-. 5. -3 S .. - f.:,'- fe .1 1 : 5' S A -fr' s- i varsity basketbaH above: tom lee waits to see if his shot gives the bruins another point. top right: boyd connors makes a desperate at- tempt to stop a central player from scoring. right: kevin blaich takes a jump shot against camel- back opponent. far right: doug jones takes shot a- gainst central defender. a,.,,, W ,M . M ,, . j is - V, 5 '5 l AQZ74' L + 4' " 5 5 ,, G j.v. basketball the j.v. team consisted of joe padilla, dave kahls- tort, dave babcock, carl nix, greg leboeuf, mike charlesworth, john southland, c.j. sells, rick franke, manager mike abraham, craig freitag, david carter, and andy hawthorne. Vw. 1 -si ,-,.-,, l-l,.f-wwf . . MM.. , ,, ,L ,M,-j.i-s.:ae,t.,7,1.asvsQv-Hawsff , 1 WM j,,. , ,, , , jswfqgtkn. t,Wz,.1:ff1j 2. j 1 li Ei t lr, 124 1 as M f :owls L ,twfix 41" sq, w. .- .xy K-,'Xx,.',:w. i . , V-' . ' 1 5 2.'-'Q-?'25fS W l 5383: .R- 249:53 -35:1-:2:.2: N above - first row Qleft to rightj: mike cook, kevin ashley, rick overfield second row: jim brown, david babcock, ronnie brooks, david depue, john haggard, third row: rick kauffman, brian mckusker, greig flemming, herbert james, mike schumacher, jim ashworth, coach tayIor's freshman a team. xi j above - first row Qleft to rightj: greg gibbons, ted fowler, jim hughs, second row: tom klever, darrel gow, ben means third row: ben watts, tim brusseau, jeff miller, coach peterson, brett davis, tom Clifford freshman b tea m g A101 """""""""Ns. ALx.W ..a..t.e-wi wrestling as a sport at trevor brown is a contriversial subject. say anything fantastic about bruin grapplers and folks will think you are crazy. say any-f thing bad and you will prob- ably get jumped. in fact wrestling as a whole was a big loss for browne this past year. however, a few men did distin- guish themselves, as demonstrated by tom schmidt, steve clubine, darrell goodin, and roger greg- oire. all four made it to the state finals. only one returned victorious - tom schmidt. coach casteel will have plenty of bodies to build from in the coming season with the likes of goodln, gregolre, and clubine, and others moving up from the jv and freshman ranks. above left: state heavyweight champion, and no. 1 bruin wrestler, senior tom schmidt below: darrell goodin muscles his opponent in an attempt to get a pin. above - varsity wrestlers - first row: lleft to rightj - scott johnson, roger gregoire, rick moreno, scott armand second row: skip moreno, jeff vann, craig smith, tim riches third row: tom schmidt, darrel goodin, steve clubine, jim whitson above - jv wrestlers - first row - fleft to rightjz tom cozens, kevin ryan, glen oakes, walter hartranft second row: john foster, david williams, paul whit- son, curt renolds third row: mike bolin, mark dekarske, joe jones i i , aboveg coach brown, varsity. upper right: coach hahn, jun ior varsity. lower right: coach parish, freshmen. bruins strive for new records on new track - , . 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Iower right, quick starts help win a race, as dave burgener shows here. l .ae f Ieftg mike jarvis getting ready to start race at the starting blocks. middle lefty track team Ioosens up before practice. middle rightg runners walk around to get their breath back after run- ning a hard race. lower Ieftg and more exercise. lower rightg runners finishing running mile at practice. browne golfers tee off first season 42? . ,g 5 .s J t. X . . 1' 1' . fee: ' K Wim: 1 Iislffi N.: is 'sewn s sts we ei is 5 t t it ssss .. . 5 S -for A . . . ' -- swirl- fffgggjiirggip r is t ss.. ssss , m r s sss.--- , A sm Q Qt Z, .,-. . . , in A K - - . ww -- i - 'l X X .,.... .t 3 A . gg L -. 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UQ 3 FP 5. ww the girI's golf team had a rough start as expected ofa new school. they placed 13th in state and 6th in division. most improved golfer was carrie Waugh. next year they are going to improve their records. right - front row fleft to rightl: gail wargo, carrie waughg karen smith, nancy sayreg marybeth anthonyg back row - Ueft to rightl mrs. mathewsg coach monica scheidg susan warren: patricia warreng lynn herrera. My ' .L ' re ,levi girl s tennis starts season with win girI's badminton team members are Qleft to rightj front row: pam pyne, cindy mcfarlane, paula pyne, nancy considine, valerie troxel middle row: lawana noth, karri fellars, janet aleshire, sedera peterman, cathy mccloe back row: patty madge, coach betty joy, lynda gray. girI's tennis team members are: front row - Qleft to rightj: valerie troxel, peggy turrentine, cindy mcfarlane, shelli mc- farlane, laura sammons, josie nardo, lori higgins back row: coach diane jack- son, melonie iohnston, judy graves, sue tagalakis, sherrie green, jackie williams, debbie border, becky sorenson, joi crask. girl tennis players in action are: right- lori higgins number three on j.v.g far right - joi crask, varsityg below right - shelli mcfarlane number two on varsityg bottom right - cindy mcfarlane number one on varsity: below - melonie johns- ton j.v. alternateg bottom - jackie wil- liams number five onj.v. varsity tennis faults to inexperience -is get K -ti? -A g -l:"' X s:-. 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Emlzgififils- ' ' Jufspeifiiiflfiv A -' 'i-TT4 '.???Zi,if??i nl .,-wif' L: Y:i.ag, :Q ' ,Q 'ww ' L' il: Ja.-. -Mp N- fx 1- "WW "'ffA?'fT" Till we-wgwqzfie . ., T i rw? t usb.,-,g R-Qkiguw j ,v tra, K-Z..2::1.if1Zf , if-i 9 .. ,.,. c ..,.. , -7-N315 'r'fgi11t:. , -k .,,,sw-.H - ..: . . - w 1' 5181195 ,, ...... K Rwkjl, ,VMWKK ." above: coach kessler ana- lizes strokes of jv player. f, L. M ,Y 1 5 fu..,L'i I uf fra: "" above: john mcgrath watches his fore- hand return over net. above right: a serve is about to be smashed for an ace by kevin carver, our top gun. N the gymnastics club coached by mr. zamboni hopes to compete next year interscholasticly. bottom left - mr. zamboni aids student in doing a back flip. top right - this gymnast is working out on the vauiting horse. middle left - claudia koelstedt displays the splits per- fectly on the balance beam. mid- dle right - tom rogers plays super- man. .X if tie .X . LEE .h - L-" Q U if above - this unidentified gymnast happily displays an I-sit on the parallel bars. left - gymnast do' ing a v-sit on the unevens. varsity baseball hopes for 500 season top: 1st row: greg le boeuf, tim men- dez, steve la count, pat whipps, skip moreno 2nd row: ron jones, mike dubois, tim tinsley, carl niz, rick martinez, mike welch 3rd row boyd conner, jim welch, ray skelton, rob tschlar, coach ashley left: jay larson lets a ball go by while jim welch sets up to catch it. this yea r's varsity base- ball team was coached by mr. ken ashley. they worked to overcome many obstacles- the biggest being inexperience. another big problem was the lack of a playing field at browne, this meant that the team couldn't have any home games. t.g.b. t.g.b. t.g.b. t.g.b. t.g.b t.g.b t.g.b. t.g.b. t.g.b t.g.b t.g.b t.g.b t.g.b t.g.b t.g.b t.g.b t.g.b t.g.b . south . phoenix union . alhambra . west . chapparal . south . camelback . carl hayden . alhambra . north . phoenix union . central . carl hayden . maryvale . west . phoenix union . ca melback . east top: the pitcher's arm be- comes a blur even with fast shudder speeds. mld- dle: practices were moved to starlight elementary school because browne doesn't have a baseball diamond. bottom: ken ashley yells at greg Ieboeuf to hustle in for a possible bunt. j.v. baseball team faces inexperience, and tough season top left: greg Iemeaux attempts to bunt a high ball during a practice game at star- light elementry school. the ball dropped to his feet and rolled foul. above: the catch- er, doug howe, moves to his left to intercept a wide pitch. left: mark dekarske winds up for his powerful swing, while doug howe gets ready for the catch, just in case mark should miss. fi . above: first row: kevin ashley, chuck schovel, paul whitson, reuben moreno, arfy romerez, bill whitey, tim dubins: second row: don enquist, tod gray, dar- rel schubert, jim durham, ed scully, dan fazie, robert troyle, bill paul, rick hauffmang third row: dan bergman, tom dona- thin, mitch hintzs, frank bud, mike schumacher, coach wil- liams. left: double exposure shows a proper follow through while batting. club "., f'l 5G4?23m1f53Zf?5f:5iv:5i3' H ,M 5 H y .k 45, L W. v-if xfgfyu . X Qg uf Q Mgfgliax A -m'k 1 -vi Sn ,Li -law . 1' parnassus "what is pa rnasus club?" is the most frequently asked question when someone says to someone else, "hey are you in par- nasus?" parnasus is merely a group of students, who form a club to help upgrade the learning standards. the club accom- plishes this by a special tutoring pro- gram, where club members are allowed to help teacher's teach the slower learning students. the club participates in other fun activities too, so it is not all work and no play. the members of parnassus are: debbie cornell, lori mcintyre, jo beth sims, nancy duvall, mrs. bogdanov, sponsor, vickie sullivan, jeff berry, gerry scheid, pat whipps, corinne knudsen, byron flanders, margi scully. national honor society . K X xi . - ,,,,, , f s s Q , ,. 1 im, 'S -, -Ziiisffilff ,'fi'4. - 5 -15i:5,f-3255 f3:sQ'ffr5'. ,aff jlt':.I,2Q.V! ' . -. 1 i - :F ' Y 2 1,55 ,W , K Q , X ff' xt 1 ' 5 ,. front row: Ueft to rightl jo beth sims carol norvallo, cindy cox. back row fleft to rightj larry colter, jana ele yar, lori mcintyre, steve besco. key club key club painted a church in surprise and built a playground for retarded child ren. they plan to participate in the demolition of old buildings in surprise. this year caral novallo was the sweet- heartforthe key club. mike dubois: presidentp steve besco: vice president: pascal cashwell: secretary: byron flan- ders: treasurerg lynn smith: seargent-at-arms: mr. russell: sponsor. right: Qleft to rightl row 1: caron novallo, cindy cox, steve mor- rone, darcy romero, doug fry, lynn smith, nancy childs, byran flanders, pascal castlwell. row 2: Ueft to rightl tim mendez, darlene romero, james connel, steve besco, mike dubois, paul stutzman, neil gershman. key club working on com- munity playground. bruin buddies support wrestlers right: row 1: debbie rollins, pamela moore, ann zlamal, jody bycura, secretary- treasurerg cathy rollins, row 2: debbie cornell, nancy duvall, cindy cox, carol novallo, president: row 3: terry patrick, lynn smith, karri fellars, row 4: darcy romero, teresa jackson, publicity: Iawana noth, vicky sullivan. the bruin buddies of trevor g. browne high school is a select group of twenty girls who donate their time for the promotionof wrestling and gymnastics.their duties consist of keeping score at the matches, selling programs, working time clocks, acting as cheer leaders, and providing refreshments for the home team and visiting team after each of the matches. without these girls it would be most difficult to run these athletic events smoothly. girl's league top left: row 1 susan brimms, chris ahlgrim, laura sam- mons, scheila schonberger, treasurer: carla egan, kit- ty sammons, publicity: cindy kral, debbie gordon, terry edmiston. row 2: penny rucker, secretaryg chris wilkerson, sally moody, janet brimms, lynn pellegrin, vice president: maureen fish, president. middle row: helene wright, vicki lander, billie haley, debbie meth- vin, colleen flanigan, row 2: mari farrier, ronna jackson, mary sammons, janet alshire, donna dawson, sue un- ruh, row 3: sharon suavel, sandy cail, terry patrick, jo beth simms, mary ann haws, marie souza, diana rogers, row 4: ann wagn, debbie kuhn, sandy michael, judy williams, sue tagalakis, row 5: kelli ewing, debbie cooper, barbara small, Corinne knudson, sedera peter- man. g.a.a. bottom left: row 1: diana gordon, nancy considine, cindy gions, rosie salinas, debbie considine, vickie ricketts, nancy sayre, shelli mcfarlane, valerie troxel, row 2: marie badnis, sue warren, corri fellars, la wana noth, patti madge, sandra nelson, susan roth, linda baura, caroline kent, pam pyne, casandra cunningham, donna baxter, lynda gray, roxana leatherbury, row 3: vicky fellars, danna jarvis, Ianita miller, patty warren, lynda jenkins. thespians is an international organ- ization with chapters all over the world. the club is devoted to bringing out talent and skills in the theatre, by having full length productions. to become a member, you must earn ten points. you can get these points by acting, or working on construc- tion, painting, make-up, costuming, lights, sound, or any other crew connected with the production. ten hours of work equals one point. you are then initiated in a formal service, and informally initiated at a party. membership dues help to cover the cost of your subscription to a magazine published by the international thespian society, called "dramatics". a banquet is held at the end of each year to award the letters, pins, and also to present trophies to the best actor, best actress, best sup- porting actor, best supporting actress, and best thespian. these are voted on at a meet- ing held before the banquet. scholarships thespians fabove lefty row 1: lynn smith, treasurer, sue wy- socki, vice president, miss carol statom, sponsor, nancy childs, secretary, laura anthony, row 2: kim miller, deborah miller, kerry miller, mike welch, merry lee watkins, jim welch, president, diane den- son, skip chasey, clerk, pam mosier, glen blanken- ship, gina frost, eddie brogan, darcy romero, steve sikora, cece connors, dave barry, phil mccullough, terry farkas, brad leker. F.B.L.A. ftopjfirst row: judi blanchard, presi- dent, denise cherry, kenny beamer, second row: mrs. wager, sponsorg mary palmissano, pam rollins, treasurer, debra lueck, diane jacob- sen, secretary: janie gomez, vice president, janet millette, third row: patty thayer, vicki sullivan, vice president: henry sullivan, helen doyle, suzi jackson, sherry gil- breath, secretary: lmiddlej first row: debbie young, cindy seats, debbie brankin, becky parnell, sherry rapson, jaci oless, patty drinkwater, bonnie laing, second row: gilbert martinez, cathy rollins, carol anderson, carol novallo, nancy peterson, sue jackson, staf- anie drinkwater, mary klasko, jean murphy, third row: melvin smid- lapp, teresa leach, cheri spears, peggy mcinerney, historiang beth bergstedt, kathy kolb, becky arel- lanes, w.w. cavett. future business leaders of america is a national organ- ization designed to develop agressive business leadership, strengthen confidence in your work and create interest and understanding of your chosen business occupation, to encour age members to improve home and community, to develop character and citizenship, encourage thrift, provide the development of recreational activities and establish standards for entrance into office occupations and store occupations. members of trevor g. browne's distrib- d e c a utive education clubs of america enjoyed ' ' I I earning money while learning tne trade of business. most members are involved in on- the-job training and getting school credit for it. S f.h.a. future homemakers of america is a national organization designed to give girls leader- ship abilities inthe home and in a profession. each year there are conventions held on the national, state, and district levels. this year the state con- vention was held in tuscon, and the district convention was held right here at browne. one of the chapter's money-making projects was selling spirit garters at homecoming. their goals are to promote individual, home, school and community life, and to provide opportunities of leader- ship. first row Qleftl cindy christenson, kathrin bass, secretary, dawn olson, second row susan allen, president, jane stolka, state vice president: mrs. marilyn king, adviser, mrs betty bradford, adviser, aurelia genini. f.t.a. upper left row 1: jody bycura, cindy cox, row 2: mr. black, advisor, jana elayer, jolynn addie, Iois walberer, mrs. m. milo, advisor. future teachers of america, headed by our principal, mr. black, is a national organiza- tion designed to help students interested in teaching as a profession. students enrolled in this course are assigned as a student teacher to an elemen- tary school teacher, or to a teacher here at browne. this experience gives the students a chance to learn the ins and outs of teaching, and whether or not this is the path they wish to follow. from this program it is hoped to gain some of tomorrow's top educators. it .:Si.f:'2Jl??5:5i' i1ff55:f'Y'iiY.-- l-fix? -r . 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H7555 .-'f':.: :'k g c Ties they're not always up in a tree-but it's one way to get a better look at nature! the purpose of the biology club is to give students a closer look at nature. the delicious biology club popcorn is one of the ways in which they finance their many activities. some of these include camping, from the frozen highlands of sedona to the desert wonderlands of southern arizona and mexico. the biology club is a fantastic experience for anyone who enjoys the great outdoors. row 1 fleftl marilyn downey, greg meek, pete fenton, susan pontius, president: row 2: connie thomas, vice president: row 3: mrs. burton, scott young, mrs. bender, adviser, craig hagerman, rosalie banasaik, treasurer: debbie mckinney, secretary: row 4: terry shulton, mark bernhardt. bruin power row 1: Qleft to rightzj cathy dahnk, patty warren, nancy consi- dine, carol gandara, vivian slavic, cindy rogers, row 2: lynn smith, darcy romero, member, sue warren, lynn, rosie salins, claudia kolstedt, cece connors, denise cherry, vickie clark, sue urban, sheila newton, debbie harrington, ann wagner, tina slavic, Csponsorj mrs. johnson, row 3: jennifer jarvis, sandy cail, sharon sanbel, ronna jackson, jo beth sims, mary sammons, corinne knudson, mary ann haws, dawn bera, pam rollins, caroline kent, linda bauer, susan roth, member, member, row 4: mari souza, carol novallo, patti madge, terry patric, member, lisa Ioyd, darlene ro- mero, cindy connor, jackie jones, la wana noth, sedera peterman, lattice peterkins, vickie ricketts, cheryl cunning- ham, helen craver, sandy nelson, member, mary wagner, helen doyle, patty doyle, member, debbie kuhn. bruin power, pep club, supports all sports activities. fund raising projects this year were to collect money to pay for their awards. they sold buttons, bumper stickers, candy apples, cokes, paper shakers, and many other things. in the future they hope to have their own uniforms. awards are earned by attending a specified amount of games, matches or meets. points can be accumulated over a four-year period. there are approximately fifty girls attending. each take an active part in thei r club. they organize the pep assemblies. X i 'YEAH U f fTIfnH! i fi jljjjji Nxt . i l lit i t A, -mf jfvxxgx if' lull, XX 'Will X b, 2 X ,ji -L th 5 if S 3 51555 We 3 X chess club ., ' -,.f...,,-:cs ,,,, V . ,gt W the purpose ofthe chess club is to encourage chess playing at trevor browne. the activities of the chess club include team competition Ccompetition with other schoolsj, . L ,ma QV ."- . electronics club below left: Qleft to rightj matt schmehl, saul gold- barb, tony burns, david stultz, tom fitzerald, mr. edmondson Csponsorb, jeff sharp, the trevor browne electronics club, led by mr. edmondson, got off to a good start this year. one of their money-making projects included making and sell- ing small sirens. from the profits they had hoped to purchase equipment for a ham radio station. president: matt schmehl Vice-president: saul goldbarb left seated: Qleft to rightj laurie farrier, bob yeakum, mr. evanstock standing: Qleft to rightj danny whatkins, tom klever, chas reisch, jim smith, frank leslie, mike smith, dan kirsch, mike schubert, ed tejada, don tuley, back: lleft to rightj john mcgrath, mike findley, tim keen. president: steve besco vice-president: bob yea- kum and art diaz secretary and treasurer: laurie farrier below right: tleft to rightj Ieonard jones, mike smith. concentrating on an exciting game of chess. state competition, inter-house competition and an open chess tournament to all students of trevor browne. cooperative office education right: right to left sherry gilbreath-nationwide finance co. jan alexander-retail credit co. jean murphy-martis auto clinic patty thayer-le bus data center helen doyle-arizona state highway dept. bonnie laing-retail credit co. sherry rapson-aid insurance co. mary klasko-arizona bank janet millette-phoenix credit bureau below: the speech team is set up to give students interested in speech, drama, and the arts, a chance to compete against other students interested in teses fields. a student can go out for many categories. speech bf left: left to right nancy peterson-hanson's inc. sue jackson-de prima, aranda, de leon kathy kolb-national heard insurance ann mulbery-arizona highway dept. judi blanchard-retail credit co. cindy seat-sandberg insurance agency diane jacobson-triple a insurance janie gomez-arizona state highway dept. suzi jackson-maryvale auto supply peggy mcintyre-stephenson's answering service stephanie drinkwater-bob's big boy 4 debbie you ng-phoenix credit bureau including: original oratory, extempo- raneous speaking, poetry, humorous prose serious prose, dramatic interpretation, duel acting, and solo acting. tour- naments are held at different schools, and there are three awards in each category. towards the end of the year, district, state, and national contests are held, to select the best in the country. left to right: Carrol statom Csponsorl nan- cy childs, laura anthony, merry lee wat- kins row 2: pam mosier, skip chasey, sue wysocki, diane denson, kerry miller, kim miller row 3: eddie brogan, gina frost, glen blankenship. french club is 4 L .fl nu' above: left to right: - margi scully lori mcintyre gina mccarthy mary gourdoux debbie rollins pam rollins mrs. harthun ross brown eula jennings steve mononey bruce brown pat whipps pascal cashwell corinne knudson spanish club i W, pf.: 1 NS E 'x unlike other years, at other schools, the french club at trevor browne has been very active. for a taste of french cuisine they went to chez louis for lunch. for those of whose first preference is not food, the club also had fun ice skat- ing and singing in french. to celebrate the christmas season they made christmas cards for the faculty and had a french christ- mas party with a guest speaker, mrs. cashwell, born and raised in france, who spoke to them of the customs of france during christ- mas. our spring events include a soccer game with an- other french club in the valley and a picnic. spanish club president: ellen brassfield vice president: gail wargo secretary: carrie holgate treasurer: pam knetch they have twelve active mem- bers in their spanish club. so far they've had a prosperous bake sale, they made smile not- ices with the caption," tenga un buen dia." they have also gone to eat at a spanish restau- rant Hgeorges' ole." they expect to go to montezu ma castle in jerome in the near future and also go to nogales. later in the year they will have a tamale sale and a pinata swing. our main purpose is to get people interested in spanish. left: left to right: ellen brassfield patty warren beth ready susan warren mrs. freer deborah porter pam knecht kenneth beaner gall wargo ski club takes off for the snow front rowg fleft to rightj kelli ewing, dawn vin- cent, karri fellars, mary lewis, susan schellen- baum-treasurer, terry turrentine, marguerite scully, karen ryan. back rowg Qlefttorightj mrs. dowd-sponsor, tom reilly-president, rick cervenak, jeff sharp, cindy stephan, kevin spacktholz, ross brown, terry dechaine-vice president. there are 35 members in the sk-i club most of them have never been on skis before joining this club. mr. leboufe ofthe "purple ski" ski shop gave the club free dryland ski lessons at starlight park school. then about a month later they were off to the snowbowl in flag- staff for a day. with blue noses and sore bot- toms they came dragging home making plans for more and longer ski trips. i?l?ll j is St abovezcindy stephen plants skis on the slopes at snowbowl. right genie clark standing in front of ski lodge at snowbowl. teen dems front rowg joan fulton, gina mccarthy. back rowg terry de- chaine, jim hayden-sponsor, tonifitzgerald. teen dems' primary activity has been ex- tensive campaigning forthe mcgovern for president ticket. teen dems work within the school and on the outside in the form of canvassing for the mcgovern headquar- ters, forty-seven people joined in this year in these activites. to give the students of trevor g. browne a chance to understand the demo- cratic system that runs our country is the primary reason for the club's existence. to involve the students with the politi- cal system, and to in- struct them in the procedures and proces- ses of the election system and the demo- cratic party in par- ticular are the club's goals. house governments aboveg house l government front rowg fleft to rightj jeff berry, mark gershman. back rowg sandy call, jobeth sims, mary sammons, darcy romero, laura sammomns, laura yocum, miss jason-sponsor. upper right: house ll government front rowg Cleft to rightj sandy foster, margie joy, susan wysocki, marie susa, mr. parish-sponsor. back rowg pat perez, tom fitzgerald, greg Ieboufe. right: house Ill government front rowg Qleft to rightj jeff miller, janet prinster, terry patrick, Iauri higgins, joan fulton, miss charles-sponsor. back rowg debbie engquist, susan roth, lynn smith. the school government is divided into three houses in order to facilitate the small school concept of browne. each house elects two freshmen,twot sophomores, two juniors and two seniors from their house to represent them each house has eight elected representatives to vote on issues brought up before the student legislative body. an initiative petition signed by 25fZn or more of the student body can bring an issue before the student representatives. Some of the legislation that the students have passed this year include getting bike racks, getting an u ndergrou nd radio station over the school radio system, promoting a trip for the entire student body at browne to disneyland, the junior-senior prom, promoting a nifty-fifties dance, helping to sponsor the band's spring concert tour, sponsoring of the model u.n., and polling students to get their opinions on the scheduling for next year. students found this year that many schools all over the state were interested in getting copies of browne constitution and visiting the campus to see the students' government and the school in action. '?"L-xg . K7 A- 1 K -s if gli. if X f Q K +14 'fv'1aaa,.'- , MQ lk L' fr 4 'ma , Mig? '10 Y , Q X Q X S X X ,J honors ' K jyyyfxf--e,, yi S 5' S fi M S z :iw-1 z, , J F., ,w,,k,,7 V L 7 , , . - M. 1, -,f g.,f.,1,,z-M. A KU . ,Jn S , H ' , iw Lf,-5. 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N If x i king and queen . sz..-aggy L11-S - 'l if M N Y X attendants: tom schmidt dia ne rogers 51" N. steve bauer christmas formal royalty house 1 tom schmidt sandy keis house III nancy childs ross brown diane rogers house II boys and girls state leads to a better government e W girls and boys state is a project on govern- ment sponsored by the american legion. the girls go to u of a and the boys go to nau for a week during the sum- mer. at these colleges they set up a ficticious government with an imagi- nary 51st state patterned after the state of ariz- ona. this project helped them understand and be more aware of govern- mental procedures. leftg jobeth sims-girls state belowg randy southwick tom reilly-boys' state. is E E .5 fi in top five percent front row jleft to rightj: steve besco, kevin steiner, Iorie mcintrye, tina good. center row: patricia haynos, jane stolka, john thomas, jane clayer, larry coulter. back row: greg ramsey, dana harrison, jobeth sims, kim Iockhart. these are the top 5'X1 of the firsttgb graduating class academically. top ten percent 5 front row lleft to right! gerry scheid, margi scully, diane rogers, tom reilly. cerlter row: kathrin bass, marc waugh, gerald gregoire, mike jarvis. back row: jane kilmer, merry lee watkins, jody bycura, corinne knudson. five bruins win all in making all-state chorus and band you must participate in a statewide contest. you must be able to sight read, do scales and a solo. all-state contestants are judged on all aspects ot music. members of all-state toot- ball are selected from high schools all over the state. right: tom schmidt, all-state foot- ball and wrestling. far right: laura anthony all-state chorus. below: connie vandorp, all-state band, clarinet. bottom center: sue soock, all-state band, clarinet. bottom far right: mark greenwell, all-state band, drums. state honor Q iw-. . 71 IS 1101 heal For CHI dren Gnd of' Sh lawn YN peopl 19: 49252225 few? 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A iw rz- 1, as W W , ici,-QQ fl ' -- combining teaching and admini- strative duties, mr. john a. black is unique in the phoenix union high school system. he has reinstituted the idea ofthe teaching principal. in addition to overseeing the many details of the school day, he also teaches one geometry class. mr. black wants to communicate with browne students and understand teaching problems by getting into the classroom. mr. black was the major force in visualizing the concepts, phil- osophies, and the buildings of trevor browne high school. four years ago he was released from camelback high school to work on the plans for the new high school. he spent some time traveling the united states looking for ideas. he then got a group of teachers and principals together to agree on a philosophy for the new school. this committee developed concepts of the new school on subjects such as curri- culum, instructional media, safety, surrounding community, and looks. communication is another concept which mr. black is applying. he makes a point to keep in touch with teachers, students, and the surrounding commun- ity. he is part of an advisory boa rd which meets with parents twice a month. he often brings teachers and staff to- gether for rap sessions. frequently, he can be seen strolling the campus talk- ing with students. mr. black has done much to humanize the role ofthe prin- cipal in this school. 5. right: dr. lanny kope, below: dr. kope and mr. kline, below right: mr. kline. 'il ll fihq , F ag va assisting mr. black in his administrative duties are dr. lanny kope as associate principal and mr. don kline as community school coordinator. dr. kope is basically the bus- iness manager, he handles budg- eting, attendence, and scheduling also under his jurisdiction are the departments of student act- ivities, security, and athletics. mr. kline is acting as a liason between the parks and recreat- ion department in supplying classes for members of the sur- rounding community. he is try- ing to do away with the tradi- tional boundaries ofthe school day and curriculum. together, dr. kope and mr. kline assist mr. black in providing opport- unities for learners of all ages and interests. 1 , z counselors right: don bicknell, far right: dave tillotson, below: sue baumgartner, below right: Ietha barrett, below far right: sherrie bartell, bottom right: robert martin. ' Q Q trevor browne high school's counseling system. called coun- selor in the classroom, is unlike any other in the district. the students are divided into three houses with two counselors in each house. each student may choose which of the two coun- selors he or she would like to talk to. the counselors help solve problems such as schedule conflicts, career choices, job opportunities, college informa- tion,and even personal problems attempting to improve on the understanding between students and faculty, the counselor goes right into the classroom and talk to students and teachers about their attitudes toward each other. the counselors are hopeful that this new set-up will improve communications. .1 K. .iils E l ...--.ox A . , f 1' k X115 ffvwwdfff VI W, m . ,V kk , ,...,,.,,W.M..MM ' ,W ,X 4 r ff + x it .rt wg if -x , xt' Tj 1 X gi my W....g,urir.llWMwwiww AWsfWtftf't"1'll'4" Mrsmi,..Wm. Mfawmw V' .2 wk 'Elm x - fc: ., , - f. . 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Q E f Si teachers 1. ruth askins - nurse, 2. patricio aragon - english, 3. dorothy ber- gano - art, 4. ken ashley - social studies, 5. elnathan bates - indus- trial arts, 6. william bagwell - free enterprise, 7. mary jane bird - p.e., 8. tom armand - english, 9. mary bondon - business, 10. dorothy bender - science, 11. judy bog- danov - english, 12. barr bishop english. . ,sw SQ' V rr.-fix? - 1 H ' st -sv-1 g X ld, is Q3 s . 11 aj 'A L .W A 4 2. . . . :J " L, ' A ,,V,.. , :g..f,. L 45. 'I 4 V I' gf 'V' , ,. lr' ' . 1 1 -ff g h gg 2. 1. john boothby-art, 2. vicki dinon-english, 3. margaret bur- ton-science, 4. emma jean but- ler-Iibrarian, 5. marvin boyer- social studies, 6. cheryl charles social studies, 7. betty bradford- home economics, 8. john brown-p.e., 9. william cavett- business, 10. tom casteeI-sci- ence, 11. cherie dowd-english, 12. diana dauten-business. mu... B W naman... A .+A ' Q 5, if" - , ,- V Tf swv Q 'X Q NAYLA: sh.5.r:,5:gI ., . . " - - , i - 3 ig l Q. Z 'ff . ?i '?2,E2'iseli, j.:v:.ff: ' :, :ig,:v.:.' 'g: . -f "55ra::'I 'Vij-1' '. jwlf'1'zE'n il U . v v i ' " A' ,,, Q 'il' 21 5 n iw ff 3:55 2 1 it Ag ig, if Y . SN-flzfsfl' so fl .. - . -ff . lewis? is H A M! qi. if ni 0 ' Q dw 1 I of' 'J , l I! ax 1. Ioretta hall - math, 2. phil evanstock - math, 3. lewis finell - music, 4. trudy freer - foreign language, XX 5. carrie evans - foreign language, 6. barbi finell - english, 7. berniece gunn - home economics, 8. fran- cis hahn - p.e., 9. fred han- ley - social studies and betty joy - english, 10. mary harthun -foreign language, 11. jim hayden - english, 12. jerry hermanek - social studies. 1. Charlene nicks-math, 2. diane jackson-social stu- dies, 3. paula hocken-busi- ness, 4. katheen jason- social studies, 5. mary ellen talak-math, 6. andrew kozik -social studies, 7. stuart traines-audio visual, 8. joanne johnson-p.e., 9.leon jordan-science, 10. marci kirsch-music. .fa 5 hr? Eid if 1. alma Kleiner-math, house director 2. mary milo-english, 3. fred kessler-english, 4. marilyn king-home economics, 5. mrs. langley-art, 6. laura mooningham-english, yearbook, 7. patricia matthews-home economics 8. sgt. king- r.o.t.c. 9. joan macgillivray-art, 10. john o'connell-house director, semantics 81 Iogic,11. guy parish- social studies, 12. herbert mitton-p.e. 'Sa M ....... ,..... N-aug, -I ,531 ,, 1' it ,gl 4 -sf qvtfivgais 11 2 g ff. Q A 5 5,515 its ,, ,, , .,.f, Haifa :wie 5.31315 ffl ffl 2 ,wif , 1' 'iff ' f 1 tx'-X 11. W ,jf if . .,.. ' s , ,,,. , .. - W V' :,5:g,,,... .4552 sl ff - if W Th , .,,.. , , .W v , V .. ,. H WL---1-WM F M k . V 5 .- .- I . J -1 ,.- 'im - ,,, .,,, E,A, , ,:, e f 46 Q .,.., i ' - ' s " f i Q ff f , f QM , if . vtfjwer I t 1. frank sacco-i.m.c., 2. ken ridenour - social studies, house director, 3. lani re- mender - english, 4. john russel-social studies, 5. ms. lo. selleck-practical english, 6. roxie roels-business, 7. garry taylor-social studies, 8. carrol statom-drama 9. jean powell-business, jour- nalism, 10. mr. peterson- math, 11. john rucker-math, 12. hiram snodgrass-math. 4 wr M E .V li I 1 L 2 WW li? I api el - M ei , l H0018 ill A 'ss l lls s s V E ' ' ' X Z 'f TIE M l . , ,... - ,V a 'ft' , .V - ' s .--- , ji l , mis' I : H 1 f ii 1-"'Z??'f6,i'wfQN . :ESM ,,,, .. K. wif." 1.5 f i.. 1 1 1 , A Q. X .4 . .f 7 .W-.hw ,, . 'X ... , fm A as NW ...... mk.2'......--is 4 N Kiwis ff wi' .s if A 'Q m .I g,k.z E N5 .f uv,i' 5 MM S 5 5 Wewlwnunonq 1. cecil walker-science, 2. robert white-social studies, 3. jerry Waugh-p.e., 4. elden walters-science, 5. richard troxel-industrial arts, 6. lola wager-business, 7. roger williams-social studies, 8. gregory whitney-industrial arts, 9. theodore woods- english, 10. gerald Zamboni- health, 11. dale trostle- business. staff keeps school going all the top left: janitor keeps carpets clean after every day at school in the academic building. top right: janitors spread fertilizer over new lawn at t.g.b. bottom: ltop row left to rightj vince bono, j.b.griffon, elmer mus- bottom row: lleft to rightj loyce hen, laCk QIVYIOIW, duberi DVOWVI, hamlin, herman eaton, gene jones, dwight SVOSS- berry moberg. , . ,,,k ,ii ,,,V, , ,1, A M: . , 3' .- ff if 7'7fffff7 gg , et? 5 . ii i l f -' ' ' lm- 'Wife we s,..s,.., A f, ., . M V , ,WM W , Acwfgwggs ,,,Q , ,. ,,..,,.. ,,.,,, , ,, ,,,,,, N 2'ff.ii:-W 7W"' ,, W .., ,A " ,,.e - ,f,, wr - wi, f ,Zin X . glances around campus staff works with new system during first year each day the cafeteria staff has to make lunch for 2,000 students, plus keep the vend- ing machines in good working order. to do all that, they have to have two crews. about eight people prepare lunches and after school they stay after until 3:30 to clean up af- ter browne's students. not only do they have to make lunches for the students, but also for the teachers, secretaries, and other staff members too. top right: cafeteria staff member puts away trays after putting food on display during one of the lunch hours. middle right: for .50 cents a browne student can buy a nutritious lunch in the browne cafeteria. - bottom right: vending machines proved to be a popular spot in the cafeteria. students bought things from apples to candy bars, as jesse, the security guard watches over them. bottom left: student enjoys her lunch during one.of the lunch hours. it i i .,,,, . ,.x., .W, . ..,,,.,,,,, . 41' ,fda ifirgffff' Q, i 5 s - s s ' if a 1 1 S .yi W , fy . : .gs S gg, ts Q J .9 Ki E , M X mi st, W 1 s i ' 1 . 5 if 1 6 k W. l ,Le sf l 3 W.. -A . Y K x A X , ' 3 si 5 . - -Q M top rowg lleft to right! mrs. perry, mrs. gallagher, mrs. moodie, mrs. andrade. middle rowg mrs. donahue, mrs. fields, mrs. tooms, mrs. norma, bottom rowg mrs. mil- azzo, mrs. monson, mrs. patbruns, mrs. butler. and they have to be shelved in order. in the bookstore, the secretaries take care of all the selling and reselling of books, retaking i.d. cards, sellingtickets for different activities, and making sure all the money from these activities get to the right accounts. despite the heavy work- load, most secretaries enjoy their challenging work. the secretaries don't get much credit for the things they do in this school. everything is taken for granted by students. if a student wants a schedule change he goes in and changes it with his counselor. in a couple days he gets it. but it's not that easy. the secretaries have to go through all the records in the school and change them. it has to be approved by the counseling department too. in the library things are worse. all the books in the library have to be recorded and cataloged. their names have to be recorded, they all have to have numbers stamped in them, umm: Yin-' 1 1" ,-wx, :WIMESQ wuz- .f a vying Q, vs K gk ,si z 4- fm L,-f, 3. 5 ,, , W. 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P .-,, ::: W X pa s W .1 x 4, X 3 X X Y , X Ns x -:- f - 'nn -X vs an it X B es t X r t X it Q 5 Q A - ,stil x 5 R X Q K ,- ,S was -st S f'2x'Q left to right: sue unruh, nancy sayre,nancy childs, jim welch, lynn smith, darcy romero, and others work long hours on the school constitution. abbot, tara addie, jo lynn aleshire, janet allen, sue alexander, jan allshouse, steve ayers, george barnes, cheryl bauer, steve bean, dawn beatty, vicki beckett, vickl beebe, kathy besco, steven black, sandra blaich, jeff blanchard, judl blandin, kenneth botterweg, walter boyd, marie boyd, mark bracy, mark brankin, debbie brannigan, luann brassfield, ellen brooks, clyde brooks, diowanda brophy, jim brown, ross brumett, dennis bryant, matt buckles, pat butcher, doug bycura, jody cail, sandra f'f- r iz ,uxl I . .. K , .yt . Q it -4 4 fi, il Q Q 3 Q i' ssfzgssefmi Nt s ii in 5331557552 I' j s f Q campbell, sharron X . it W eoeoooe f ji carpenter, clay , ,tto j. ca rson, robert K coulter, lawrence g i .... I ,A s A chacon, james . f.. ' Xrxx gf 'h si Q. chacon, marcella childs, nancy clapper, jeff clifford, debbie coleman, gayle conner, scott conner, susan cota, mary counts, glenn cox, cynthia cozens, mike cygan, leslie dawson, donna day, steve de santi, james 5 s..,,,v my ,QR fi 5, - lib . ,uf-8 de santi, rodney deela, james delao, carole dillon, margie dockery, john dolfay, ronald dotson, rick drinkwater, stefanie dunn, edgar edwards, sandy elayer, jana faulk, tom fazio, cheryl ferrara, mike ferguson, debbie fisher, deborah fregin, debbie foster, dana garcia, anthony garland, ed gibbs, charles gilbreath, sherry gomez, janey gorla, diane gorman, theresa lance mallow relaxes at his machine after a hard day of football practice in his bachelors' survival class. Jim brophy advertising for the yearbook dance graves, judy greenawalt, stephen gregoire, gerald griffin, linda grimes, bambi groves, gregory hall, david hames, linda harlow, michael harrison, dana hawkins, barbara haynes, gloria haynes, rodney haynos, patricia hebert, doug heitritter, holly herberg, terry higgins, kim hollar, stan holleman, mike hopkins, mary hopkins, timothy hopp, john hose, gloria howard, troy S Tia: is . s-. M if , i.. .Wk .k:- - if .- i is 2 it X ESQ! ,N N wgfggz tg , Q Q ii f s is N H X X was S as 5 s X ggi,-Q ..,. : gsraxs X f X . W9 r i X if 5 'JH 5 3 K is :JNL XX, x 2, .R if is Q2 i Q W R S' f 5 Q WS? .i ai i, f .x i - 5 355-,gr ,:fQ::.f:s-. ef Ati. '-,ill .:. ,I :ki i ' is --mi: 12,2155 f. hagen, diane hakes, linda huston, chad isit, bruce jackson, ronna jackson, suzie jackson, susan jackson, teresa jacobsen, diane jarvis, mike rag s Qi 2 K is 1 x l X WS 5 2 X X 4. it is lift X it X , xr el i' i x 3 if K i f johnson, dennis kellerman, amy kendall, brad ff-. 'N kiess, sandy kilmer, jane it kist, thomas klasko, mary knudsen, Corinne kolb, kathleen kozimor, john 1 ,. f ,iv .1 ,D s 5 1, :viii ,ffl ,W f . M4339 if 7 ,V A I .r Mx -df --M7 i X X kozimor, steve la count, steve laing, bonnie Iaird, donna lander, vicki wit ' p 5 A Ht' le roy, william A-'1'W'v leach, mike kenaf leatherbu ry, roxanna leverett, donna lockart, kim tis clyde brooks at thespian car wash. Ioughborogh, kathy lucre, ray ludington, barbara mack, steven mallow, lance marshall, joseph mastenbrook, linda mattson, barbara maxwell, pam mccloe, marilyn mccormick, kathleen mchone, dixie mcinerney, peggy mcintyre, lorie mcmanus, julie mcmillan, cleborah mcnemar, charles melambianakis, nikos messerschmidt, faye miele, margaret mihok, timothy millette, janet morales, roberta mulberry, sue murphy, jane i ,ar WN .J f 9' I King 4 If , . 'N , -5 555: if , fig? 5253, 'Q if ' 7Wf . L , . H iii" isis li XX Ti - neitch, howard nealis, janet novallo, carol o'classen, frank olsen, keld olson, jeffrey oxford, terri pellegrin, randy page, bobby palmisano, frank parker, ronald parnell, becky patrick, terry perkins, renee peters, deborah petersen, bill peterson, cheryl phelps, myla potter, sterling putnam, mark pineda, david reaves, becky ramsey, gregory rapson, sherry rees, michelle dennis johson forces friend to class reeves, william reible, steven reilly, tom reveles, anthony rios, gloria roberts, linda rodriguez, gloria rollins, pam ross, steve rudolph, deborah reilly heads yearbook schweikart, jeffrey scully, marguerite seats, cindy simms, jo beth Skelton, aron slavik, john smigel, paul smith, lynn smith, mike sobarzo, zoe soock, susan southwick, randy souza, marie stakich, peter Steiner, kevin stolka, jane stutesman, mike Sullivan, vicky sword, richard sylvia, pat trujillo, laura thompson, kirk thayer, patricia thomas, patricia thomas, john tolmachoff, william underwood, iva unruh, suzanne vanwoesik, ron Valenzuela, fred valdez, danny vaccaro, john wahlstrom, reed walberer, Iois walentiny, stephen fred williams and mary o'brien mug for the cam- eraman in their human relations class. lynn smith, pep club president, practices her cheers in the cafeteria. Watkins, merry Watson, teresa Waugh, marc Welch, jim Wessel, robert Weston, shirley Whitmir, toni Whitson, marvin Widmer, stephen Willard, debbie Wisely, richard Womack, bob Woo, susan Wood, earl Wooden, sandy Wright, charles yoakum, mary jo yoakum, robert young, debra zaino, victoria Rs. zlamal, ann X K X Y it 11 I x- it X w- f fix? .- get x ee- ,. at Ni is X K wax V! ,J X , , at Q 5 oxide, , K Rf, N X 'Q i . is Q ...sf N 4 'i Eizg f if N Q 9 N K r xx SSX 'XNQN t Xt Qt X it 5 X sis OX . gl r -wx ' cg - Q. X YEQSW QQ Ne N areilanes, becky bass, kathrin bennett, deborah black tim blankenship, glen carusetta, thomas christ, don day, michael dechaine, terry delao, doris dockery, john darro, Iorie farr, randall gerbig, david good, tina hagen, diane howard, jack hyler, nancy jeweil, jean knight, beth ie boeuf, stevan lee, thomas levy, ray mcneeley, orval mendez, tim margi scully and friends clown around atdance nakazawa, teri o'brien, mary patterson, jerry peterson, nancy porter, frank requa, linda rhodes, thomas rios, gloria sells, clarence sikora, steve M1 WM , ,I L I , n W , WZ 'f nf ff ,J QWG. g ' 445, M M , ig, i mfg ai an M F.. troxel, michael white, nancy williams, fred FZ ybarra, hugo rightg a senior's typical transportation to and from school. bottomg steve sikora practices for choral concert. bottom rightg jim chacon and friend at one of the dances after the football game. if , ..,.f fi u E g..x,.....s...A.,,W.. X xr N Y in in 3? left: dave hall relaxes while reading the newspaper. above: after four years seniors learn to relax during spare time. middle left: ron parker plays an italian waiter in cafeteria. centerg tom schmidt laughing at something funny. bottom Ieftg randy pelle- grin busily at work. belowg nancy childs blowing out birthday candle. ,, 'wi 'll , K., - , .... ,yi Mm -2152 L ,.v-1:iff.,a::-:.,,,v., A .M LM.: Z fa- ,,,. 'if 4- 'N I 5 S-sa. A.: .-IQ Qi N'-Ninn 5' ft 5. X, 2 , if i '?:.r5EE,-z'5' '5:'i-' friifrv-':1:?:1:'I5. v ' '- . .. - S . F - l r I L - sf ,'.. t. N ' C, .-fini ps . us g zsf':aIesg::gsf t. ' sift get fbi 5 5 , ... 1 x l ,sl l - 2 ' 1-1. -, jfs tg - , -,,, . C . ,:S, .,E: , Y if id 1 fl, W i is 1 Z l Q laura anthony feels a long day, and looks forward to the many nighttime activities offered at browne. :VL 5 m ., ' T r I rl' f rr -- E9 - . 5 " :1-'r-:. fifH,I'f l , " Q' W'kr 1 Q fl aker, sheridan alexander, karen allen, cheryl almon, weldon ames, gary anderson, john annoreno, lynda anthony, laura arthur, john atchison, dennis austed, allen austin, charles barnes, bryce barnes, jeffrey bartholemew, james barton, william baxter, donna beatty, donna benney, kathy binder, kenya blaich, kevin blakely, karen blankenship, dale blanton, robert bligh, paul bock, michael bohrer, diana briggs, sandra brooks, kathy brown, charles brown, jeannette burghard, andre bullard, marla burgener, david Calhoun, steven Campbell, bob Campbell, rosanne Cantrell, shellie Carver, michael Cashwell, pascal Cassady, robert Chasey, donald Cheatha m, linsey Cheatham, terrigene childs, danny Childress, michael christofolo, peter christy, theod ore clapper, gary clark, joetta clubine, steve combs, rhonda comer, steven connell, peter conner, boyd Connor, cynthia connors, sheila considine, debra corkin, shirlee cortisse, patrick cox, penelope crask, joi cunningham, cathy cutliff, sheryl egan, candice engquist, deborah edwards, Iaurie falberg, rodney farrier, Iaurie fellars, karri felty, diana fenton, peter fields, nancy figueroa, lisa fish, bill flanders, byron fleming, paul fleshman, richard forgey, john fortner, shirley foster, johnny franklin, ronald fresco, donna fulton, joanne gallaher, mark gandara, gilbert gavstad, mike genini, aurelia gephart, kathleer' gershman, neil gibson, dale gleason, kathy goodin, darrel gormley, glenn greenwell, mark greer, vicki gregoire, roger griffith, robert guzman, grace i est- Q .,-igQ , it 'sea ii .. if' fi RP,SiN?W?iH ' ,eweewet ,Qi .iitsggf so FIHFQ we FF fists W' .'iw E H-gi W .. 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M 1 s s ii r' 9 , ' its , f2 ' V ,,, l X is f if 'ii it F 3 1 gil ' , F 'Z " " f it Qtr as M' Tif f rv X X ll X, 5 'Q -- , 1 A carl nakazawa is busy at work in the browne resource center. a big job this year, all books, magazines, and information had to be cataloged and shelved for the firsttime. j l r" z, l" il ri 4 A, , ,,,, Q, t 'ui . K sg, ,Q fl at fel-if Si - G - 5 l . "M : l 1 guzman, socorro hall, timothy hamilton, brenda harvey, raymond hassell, debra haven, timothy haws, mary heathman, kenneth heitritter, thomas hernbrode, ruth herrera, carla herrera, michael hickman, randall hightower, sherri hinrichs, Iuann hiskey, sandra hockaday, charles hoffman, janice hollar, phillip holloway, barbara howe, kathleen hutchinson, william ikerd, reda jackson, mark jansen, toni jergenson, larry jones, robert joy, anna kahlstorf, david kampa, don kanitsch, mike keel, danny kellerman, Iori kelley, ernest kelmer, bo kimbel, mary kimple, dan kirkland, keith kirkpatrick, james kirsch, dan kist, dennis kleinert, janet knight, pam knox, kathy kortekaas, rose koschel, debra landry, larry larson, don Iazor, marie Iefaivre, sandy leroy, james lemieux, jacqueline lewis, mary lindeman, bob locklear, roxanne lowry, debbie lucero, sally lueck, debra maddock, gayle mahoney, therese major, elizabeth markley, shane marler, cynthia martin, robert martinez, Iillian mcalister, patricia mccormick, chris mccullough, philip mckee, chris means, debbie meek, gregory miles, kathy miller, deborah miller, karen miller, kim moore, deborah moore, pamela moreno, ruben morrow, joann morrow, linda moya, john mueller, greg murphy, cecilia nader, james nakazawa, carl nations, robbin nelson, becky newgent, hadley nolan, ryan norby, donna novallo, caren ortiz, marylou overfield, ronda padilla, joe palmisano, mary patterson, david peluso, michele perez, patrick perez, michael perry, brian 9' , -fan: f gm K2 1 sr is If 6 X 5 1 4' 2 i Q, , 15 x fl, ,. ffzewwsi X A 1 l a i V f , , it ., -a . 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I 4 1'f rf t.l . peterman, sedera peterson, roy pineda, blondina pltman, connie porter, luther pontius, susan priddy, scarlet pus, debbie pyon, james quinn, john quant, linda quintero, mark rant, michael ranter, sandy reen, timothy reeser, william reeves, susan reisch, charles remsey, mark renner, lucy reser, lisa reynolds, kurtis richardson, faith richie, lonnie roll, mary rollins, debra romanski, catherine romero, darcy roark, charles ruge, robert sammons, mary scheid, monica schellenbaum, susan scherberger, peter schmiskie, darlene schneider, mark schoenradt. michael schweitzer, john shelton, fred shuart, bob simpson, vicki skousen, orval -sllnker, scott smith, darrell smith, karen smith, sandra sorensen, becky souza, caron schubert, michael spachtholz, kevin spears, cheryl springs, deborah stacey, donald Steinberg, mark sterrett, judy stone, jody sutherland, daniel swords, kathy tanner, Ieslie taylor, paula tejada, artu ro temple, doug thomas, connie thomas, donald thompson, david thompson, patricia tietz, susan toms, sammi travis, darrell trulson, mark tschilar, robbin turman, craig underwood, ada urban, james urdinarrain, robert vann, jeffry vincent, jody von rueden, gregory vowell, pamela watson, edward Watts, lisa Webb, carol Webb, kathy Weckbacher, dale Welch, randy Wentzel, greg Werner, rod whipps, patrick Wilkinson, kristina williams, darlene Williams, james Williams, toni williams, vicki Will, scott Wolfe, gregory Wood, paul young, scott zaino, paulette Q 1 4 li ,Q lf , ,,,. r r 1.1 " 5943 it ,, i 9 Q3-vt " 'f' . fm -V WY "M ,.... rw, . 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V: ,, ' ii i ' fl fl l t i pi me ' . 3 3 'S 5 W x.- 2 iw donka, elynor lynn drinkwater, patricia dubois, mike dus, debbie findley, michael fulton, jo ann gibbs, michael fs -:Jw ,, - i. , . arwf' r ' Q22 4 li i 15' l hi a av- i W if iijfri i ..'-. -- K, K, .. N 'wi ,N si ii Wx N, yy 1, if 5' w R 1. . X WT., r , ly, ,YQ-3 Eta? r m si.. Q55 ,- .. :' Tiitigh l V. V Q -5 .-. -f---- 4 5- f-L-...V i 'Tv s 4 :Sf f fi gg, . lt,,..,g ,,,,i, Q J' ,V good, tina larry little and friend reach for the sky. ' " "" . ,. . I , Q rv-I sw :fi 'gsfgj :Eid l H er, -1: - H . fi Wir. ixgfiw . Q 33 ,fy ,'.i'i anderson, carol ballard, april bolton, robyn briggs, terry brooks, brenda brooks, kathy Calhoun, dan cozens, mary hackworth, lugene hochstetler, tina jones, joannie kawffman, david lazor, marie Iippig, debra markley, shane martinez, manuel person, donald robert requa, abbey roger, bill sayre, nancy smith, barbara smith, james springs, deborah thacker dean trouerbach blanka wahlstrom robm weaver terrance whatley betty top peter fenton and other students eatlng lunch bottom browne bear watches over house three nplmlmu L r . 'I Q, X X X + x S X abbas, dan abraham, michael 'L-L ' . .,.A., t , ,. , tg, ,gtk it t up W - -.-f.- 'sire adams,james ' ' , adams, sheree akers, tene alexander, peggy allen, billy l N V sw. 5 be A r- 1 i i 5'El5?ixF its . if 1-3 gl A Q We ,, . shit-ff we .. allen, mike alter, christopher amos, pennelope anderson, darrell anderson, david anderson, jim arellanes, gloria austin, samuel banasiak, rosalie banick, tracy barrick, byron keith barry, david brian bartlett, casey i - Q bauer, linda 'W Q? x , Y- st ta' x . bean, michael beardslee, stephany -q,, i beebe, carl . beebe, harold bei, michael bell, steven , benge, naomi -3 . iw , .iq ,X l N tri. t f' c bera, dawn bergman, donald bergman, roy bergsteat, beth bernhart, mark berry, jeffrey blackmon, james blakely, debora Q bled soe, kenneth bolen, gregory ' bolton, deborah Ng' 7 border, debra if bottom, karen 1 Z bowers, brenda QQ ii i V tl X brand, rena ' ,il 'rss sail 'E bobble wentzel, sophomore, get's her picture taken by pro- fessional photographer on school campus. photos were taken of all students desiring a packet of color pictures. over 1,400 students had pictures taken this year. 1. i ,.., . . 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' 6 5 .V 5 ,Q .1 VE. .S Q-". sc, in 342555 255' ffiv rm' ffl I W I U4 2, , AL, Zig 9 'inn- ' .. ip, the student parking lot as seen from a cycle mirror. every day 300 students ve- hicles fill the t.g.b. lot. it's estimated that 13M of the students at browne drive to school. 'X V W . H? n f 7 i brassfield, roberta X breitbarth, connie Q.. i V Hair - 1 M' f 'N A 4. 9 N tl 3 is if 'I ,. .mi 4 13 I A V A I Ag brendel, earl V . ' " fi ff 'Q ' ' Y ' N bV0S3nV edwa rd f' it V- .- ' . V . ir . i ' ' 'YOURS' baflma gx " , its g .,, V we brooks, david 4. V- , A i" ., 2 l . b k 'ill .. 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'11 carpino, mary Vi carter, david casey, brian tiis-,i2iiifE12i1i5:ii1E5i:i, " Chapman dan V ,,f:,.if - , ofa X '32 ' s 'Q I , X V E y,, l V ' 'inf f i-..fQff' charlesworth, michael chasey ,william Chastain, kathleen Chavez , chery cheatham, susan cherry, cherry, Childs, brian denise 830' christ, jean Christe nson, sandra clark, eugenia clark, john clatone, alice Cochra n, douglas the quadrangle at school seen in the early morn- ing when fog blocked out most of the scenery around the campus. few sunny arizona days look like this. cool, debra cooper, debbie cornell, deborah corona, don cota, manuel coupe, franke cox, richard craig, tina crandall, teresa craven, helen crawford, richard crovaver, marann crow, donna crow, rhonda crowell, betty Cullen, cameron cunningham, casandra Curtis, richard cygan, todd danhk, catherine dalrymple, blain debrito, arthur deela, linda de karske, mark de lao, john dendge, cathy desanti, benny devereaux, diane de young, kathleen diaz, alfred diaz, mary diedrick, rebecca difrancesco, debra dillon, ginny dobbs, darall dobbs, stanley dobson, charles dolfay, sandra doyle, patricia dudley, cathy dunlap, robby dupree, danette 'l sts, if lf' sm , X , it it tt... ,,,,. gg ,E w 'iw K W " sr ' nr l f l M X3 . 5 Mfr , ,J f ,N E is Q ' aw i ,ssl ,ww Q ,fxlw r ,jg .V ,W Q 5-it H H1 , l ' - gli, .... gsggg wx 'A 1 2 xiii S f K ,K -vw.. 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A: 25iiiiizieasziszrsiiifif f5EE22:2:2:s:s:sS55i?55 Z: 255 555: Y .,.,.,.l.. ..,.,.,.,. VVE CARE HOW YOU LIVE brake-o goodyear tire and rubber co 5126 n. 7th. street 4931 w. indian school rd midas 19th. avenue 84 indian school rd. ray lumber co. 4450 w. Camelback stewart's paper co. 909 e. madison building materials center 2626 e. indian school rd. flynn steel buildings co. 2621 e. indian school rd. sun valley bus lines 600 e. jefferson butler buildings 2149 w. mountain view rd. cornwell 8. moss 14 w. Camelback phoenix security systems n.b.s. 3111 n. 29th ave. greyhound bus lines 6821 n. 57th ave. continental trailways 5300 grand ave. precision auto service 1024 e. broadway hobart mfg. co. 19s. 10th. ave hurricane car wash systems 625 s. 5tI'1. street mr. b rentals 1900 e. mcdowell garland 4018 n. 33rd.ave. romanos rca mart 7845 e. mcdowell glendale car wash 5242 W. glendale ave. if 'lu Q, , hun 55.121 capitol car wash 1914 w. monroe a-1 car detail 5511 w. glendale a-1 carpet service 2630 w. townley bills cesspool bob lull dance studio 6630 s. 7th street 511 n. 2nd street bob fox childrens shop children's castle christown 1311 w. 3rd street dr. hugh illstrup mary moppets day care schools 110 w. Camelback 4415 w.thomas road uptown dry cleaning abc land nursery 5104 W. Central 4215 n. 32nd street valley of the sun cleaners inc. norelco 1335 w. indian school road 820 n. 3rd street cory coffee service arizona diamond service 2930 n. 30th ave. 3 7236 lst ave. abbas, dan 144 abbott, tara ann 121 abraham, michael 144,58 adams, james 144 adams, sheree 144 addie, jo lynn 121,26 agnetti, patricia 156 ahlgrim, christine 156 ahlgrim, john 156 aker, roy 135 akers, tena 144 aleshire, janet 121 alexander, jan 121,90 alexander, karen 135 alexander, peggy 144 allen, billy 144 allen, cheryl 135 allen, clinton 156 allen, michael 144 allen, susan 121 allshouse, steve 121,26 almon, weldon 26,135 alter, bobby 156 alter, christopher 144 ames, gary 135 amos, pennelope 144 anderson, carol 141 anderson,darreIl 144 anderson, david 156,144 anderson, jim 144 annoreno, Iynda 135 anthony, laura 135,38,90,102 anthony, mary 156 apodaca, cathy 156 arellanes, gloria 144 arellanes, rebecca 131 arellanes, stella 156 armand, scott 156 armijo,guadalupe156 arthur, john 135 ashley, kevin 156,59 ashworth, james 156 atchison, dennis 135 atkeson, wendy 154 austed, allen 135 austin, charles 135 austin, samuel 144 austin, tony 156 ayers, george 121 babcock, david 156,59,58 baker, sheldon 156 baker, william 28,156 ballard, april 141 banasiak, rosalie e. 144 banick, curtis j. 156 banick barker barnes, barnes, ba rnes, ba rnes, barnes, ba rnes, ,tracy I. 144 barbara 156 bonetta 156 bryce venton 135 carIsonI.156 cheryl yvonne 121 clendon m.156 jeffrey lee 135 index barnhart, debbie k. 157 barrick, byron keith 144 barry, david brian 144 bartholomew, james c.135 bartholomew, tina 156 bartlett, casey I. 144 barton, william g. 135 bass, kathrin e. 131 bauer, linda I. 20,21,144 bauer, steve bruce 121, 50, 65,97,98 baxter, britt h. 156 baxter, donna michelle 135 beachner, cherri 156 beaIl,terril.156 beals, kristi I. 156 beamer, kenneth d. 156 bean, dawn f. 121 bean, michael e. 144 bean, tammi 156 beaner, kenneth 91 bear, jim w.156 beardslee, stephany j. 144 beardsley, Charlene 156 beatty, donna s. 135 beatty, victoria 121 beck, michael v. 156 beckett, debbie d. 156 bednarczyk, mark r. 156 beebe carl r. 144 beebe, harold g. 144 beebe, katherine a. 121 beeson, jim 156 bei, michael r. 144 bell, steven e. 144 benge, cathy m. 156 benge, naomi r. 144 benites, della s. 156 bennett, debbie 36 bennett, deborah ann 131 bennett, karen I. 156 benson, toni j. 156 bera, dawn m. 23,144 bergman, donald 144 bergman, donna 156 bergman, roy a.144 bergstedt, beth a. 144,38 bernhardt, mark e. 144 berry, dave 34 berry, jeffrey s. 144 besco, bobby 156 besco, steven michael 121,89 biggs, mark a.156 bird, philip m.156 black, sandra I. 121 black, susan m. 156 black, tim j. 131 blackmon, james r. 144 blackwell, vickie I. 156 blaich, jeffery david 121 blaich, kevin james 135,65,58 blakely, karen a. 135 blanchard, judith ann 121 blankenship, daletclifford 135 blankenship, glen n. 28,131,9O blanton, robert s. 135,65 bledsoe, kenneth g. 144 bligh, paul 135 blunck, cynthia a. 156 bock, charles m. 156 bock, michael n. 135,29 bohrer, diana lynn 135 bolen, gregory z. 144 bolen, regina 156 boling, karen I- 154 bolton, deborah k. 144 bolton, robyn gail 141 booth, frank e.156 border, debra j. 29,144 bosch, karen 157 bosworth, david 157 botterweg, walter robert peter 121 bottom, karen s. 144 bowman, deatra 157 boyd, marie a.121 boyd,markj.121 boyles, d. jeffery 157 bracy, mark allen 121 brand, rena k. 144 brankin, debra s. 121 brannigan, lu ann 121 brasch, jon w. 144 brassfield, florence ellen 121,38,91 brassfield, roberta g. 145 braswell, ray 157 breitbarth, connie j. 195 brendel, craig r. 157 brendel, earl r. 145 brewer, Iillian a.154 briggs, sandra kay 135 briggs, terri j. 141 brims, nancy s. 157 brogan, edward e. 145 brooks, barbara 157 brooks barbara a.145 brooks, oiyoo p. 28,34,122,126 brooks, brooks david 145 diowa nda 122 brooks,jilId.145 brooks, brooks, katherine I. 141 ronnie I. 157 brophy, james k. 122,29,124 brown, bruce d. 26,29,145 brown, charles jerry 135 brown, diane 157 brown, donna j. 145 brown, eula m.145 brown, brown, harold d. 145 james 157,59 brown, jeanette dorothy135 brown, jennifer I. 2O,21,145 brown, lisa a. 145 brown, michael r. 154 brown, rex 157 brown, stephen j. 145 brown, tanya s. 157 brown, terry wayne 50,52 browning, berdenna b. 145 bru, brett 157 bru, shauna r. 145 bruen, james 157 brumett, harry d. 122 brusseau, tim 157 bryant, matthias122 Cheatham, susan C. 145 cherry, brian d. 145 Cherry, denise d. 145 chesleigh, david 157 Childress, michael r. 135 Childs Childs childs, ,danny gene 135 ,gary r. 145 nancy kay 122,133,34,90,97,98 Christ, don C. 131 Christ, jean d.145 budd, frank 157 buIlard,marlal.135 burch, kenneth h. 145 burd, shawna 157 burgener, david craig 135 burger, wendy 145 burghard, andre 135 burns, anthony 158 burns, donald I. 157 burt, jeff 157 burton, tammy 157 bushofsky, karen 157 butcher, douglas a. 122 bycura, jody o. 122,80 cail, brian 157 cail, sandra robin 122 calhoun, caniel w. 141 Calhoun, julie 157 calhoun, steven william 50,135 Calvert, robin 157 Campbell bob lee 135 campbell merry 157 campbell rosanne135 Campbell Campbell canisales sandra k. 145 sharron 122 ,eligio145,157 Cantrell,jer0me145 Cantrell, shellie m.135 cantu, audrey m.157 carpenter, arthur w. 145 carpenter, Clay remy 122,97 Ca rpenter, kevin t. 145 carpino, mary a.145 carrillo, benjamin 157 carrillo, patricia ann 145 Carson, robert edward 122 Carter, david d. 58 carusetta, j. thomas 131 Carver, michael k. 135 Casey, brian f. 145 cashwell, pascal robert 135 cassady, robert wyman 135 catalano, frank a. 65 cervenak, rick 92,157 chacon, james santa Cruz 122,132,50 chacon, marcella s. 122 Chaney, jim 157 chapman, daniel 145 Chapman, tommy I. 157 charlesworth, michael j. 58 chasey, donald walker ii 34,40,135 Chasey, william a. 145,65 Chastain, kathleen m. 145 Christensen, bonnie m. 157 christenson, cindy 157 christenson, sandra Iynne 145 christofolo, Carol 157 christofolo, peter s. 135,50 Christy, melody 157 christy, theodore john 135 clapper, gary roy 135 clapper, jeffrey woodward 122,17 Clark, john s. jr. 145 clark, kim 29,156,157 clatone, alice m. 145 clatone, shirley I. 154 Clifford, deborah g. 122 Clifford, thomas w. 157 closterman, joan 157 clubine, karen 157 clubine, steve allan 136,50 cochran, douglas w. 145,157 Coffman, richard a. 157 Colbert, catherine 157 Coleman, cayla marjorie122 collins, terry 158 Combs, rhonda f. 138 comer, steven greg 136 Condon, sandy 158 Connell, peter damian136 C0nneIIy,anita158 Conner, boyd I. 136 conner, susan elaine 122 Connor, Chrisj. 158 Connor, cynthia ann 19,20 Connors, Cecelia 158 ' Connors,sheiIa136 considine, debra jean 136 considine, nancy louise 145 Cook, michael m. 59,158 Cool, bill 158 Cool, debrah j. 146 cooper, debie I. 145 Cooper, kerry 157,158 corkin, shirlee ann 136 Cornell, deborah j. 26,146,8O corona, don jr. 146 Cortisse, patrick r. 136 Cota,manuelc.146 cota, mary frances 122 coupe, frank 146 Cox, cynthia sue 122,80 cox, penelope kay 136 Cox, randall jr. 158 cox, richard g. 146 cozens, mary elizabeth 141 ,, -1 I -.1 iqnn cozens, thomas j. 158 craig, tina m. 146 Crandall, teresa a.146 Crask, joi ann 19,136 Craven, helen e. 146 Crawford, iris v. 158 Crawford, richard d. 146 Craytor, linda 26,158 Cronaver, maryann 116 Crow, donna I. 146 Crow, rhonda e. 146 Crowell, betty I. 146 Cullen, cameron paul 146 Cunningham, brad I. 154 Cunningham,CaSandral.146 Cunningham, cathy s.136 Cunningham, cheryl 158 Curtis, richard s. 146 Cutler, robert t. 158 Cutliff, sheryl dawn 136 Cutliff, teresa I. 154 Cygan, Ieslie ann 122 Cygan, todd a. 146 dahnk, Catherine e. 146 dalmer, robert 158 dalmer, tommy 158 dalrymple, blaine e. 146 dalrymple, mark 158 darro, anthony 158 darro, lorraine jean 28,131 davidson, donna m.158 davis, larry a. 158 dawson, donna rae 122 day, michael jeffrey 131 day, steven john 122 deela, linda 146 de karske, lynne m. 158 de lao, Carole 123 de lao, doris 131 de more, steve 158 denge, Cathy 146 de pue, david 158,59 de santi, james anthony 50,52,122 de santi, rodney warren 123 de vinney, robert 158 de young, kathleen a. 146 deal, dennis n. 154 debrito, arthur 146 dechaine, terry a. 131 deela, james david 123 degurski, cheryl 158 dekarske, mark b. 146 delao, john m.146 dell, gloria 158 demorascki, nancy 158 denson, diane C. 34,90,158 desanti, benjamin 146,158 devenport, david 158 devereaux, diana I. 146 di allesandro, louisj. jr. 158 diaz, alfred C. 146,65 diaz, arthur joseph 89 diaz, mary d.146 I- . -. .-A diedrick, rebecca m. 146 diedrick, theresa m. 158 diehl, cheryl d. 158 dietrich, debra 158 difransisco, debbie 146 digirolamo,rene158 dillon,ginnyi.146 dillon, robin 158 d0bbs,dareIII.146 dobson, charles e. 146 dockery, john i, 123 dolfay, donald ray 123,131 doIfay,sandraI.146 donahue, chris alton 50 donahue, daniel d. 158 dong, jack 158 donithan, tom f. 158 donka, don a.158 donka, elynor lynn 141 dornseifer, erwin j. 154 dotson, richard lynn 123,26 downey, marilyn dia ne 23 doyle, helen elizabeth 90 doyle, patricia i 146 drinkwater. patricia denise 141 drinkwater, stefanie ann 123,90 dubbins, tim 158 dubois, michael joseph 141,56 dudley, cathleen r. 146,158 duncan, chandra l. 158 dunlap, dan 158 dunlap, robby e. 146 dunn, edgar r. 123 dupree, danette I. 149,146 durham, ronald c. 147,65 durham,tim158 dus, debbie c.141 duvall, nancy I. 26,146,8O eden, rod 159 edmiston, terry I. 146 edwards, jenny r.146 edwards, laurie r. 136 edwards, sandyj. 146 egan, candice I. 136 egan, carla j. 159 eichhorn, douglasj. 147 elayer, jana denise 123 ellis, bernard f. 159 ellis, terrie I. 159 ellison, mike 159 engleman, david c. 154 engquist, deborah ruth 136 engquist, don 159 engstrom, david j. 147 enriquez, melinda m.147 erli, laura m.159 ernst,markj.147 evans, barbara I. 147 ewing, kelli 159,92 falberg, rod ney larry 38,136 farkas, louis s. jr. 147 fa rkas, terry I. 34 farr, debra I. 159 farrier, laura a. 136,89 farrier, marie. 144 farry, george r. 147 faulk, paul 159 faulk, thomas richard 123 fauset, leslie c. 159 favela, cecilia m.147 favela, celia a. 147 fazio, cheryl lee 123 fazio, daniel 159 fellars, karri jean 136,80,91 fellars, vicky s. 159 felty, dianna sue 136,124 fenton, peter t. 136,142 ferguson, debra 123 ferguson, karen s. 147 ferrara, michael anthony 123,29 fetterston, john 159 fields, nancyjo 136 figueroa, elizabeth ann 136 figueroa, steve 26,147 findley, hoemer e. 159 findley, michael james 89,141 fish, maureen e.147 fish, william, glen 29,136 fishbaugh, vincent w. 147 fisher, deborah lynn 123 flahaut, kevin r. 147 flanders, byron thane 136,26 flanigan, colleen a.146 fleming, mark 159 fleming, paul r. 136 fIemming,gregory159 fleshman, richard j. 136 fleshman, timothy 159 fording, dolly c.159 forgey, johna kay 136 formanack, teresa j. 159 fortner, shirley k. 136 foster, johnny bIane136 foster, lisa a. 147,154 foster, sandra 159 fowl, katherine e.147 fox, kelli j. 159 fox, nancy c. 147 franke, richard p. 147,58 franklin, ronald c.136 frass, stephen j. 147 freeland, richard h. 59 fregin, debbie ann 123 freitag, craig a. 147,58 french, rhonda I. 147 french, samson 159 fresco, donna I 136 frost, gina 90 fry, douglas g. 147 frye, donna r.159 frye, I. terry 159 frye, michael d. 147 frye, trent e. 147 fudge, lawrence w. 147 fulton, dianne m.147 fulton, joanne g.136.141 gallaher, mark david 136 gandara, caroline 147 gandara, gilbert 136 garcia, anthony charIes123 garcia, edward jr. 159 garcia, gina 159,29 garcia, sue k. 159 gardner, david s. 147 garland, edwin b. 123 garn, robin b.159 garza, paul 159 gausted, michael 136 genini,aureIia136 gephart, kathleen ann 136 gerbig, david w. 131 gershman, mark p. 159,26 gershman, neil mayer 136 gibbons, greg a. 159 gibbs, charles norman 123,51,52 97 gibbs, michael robert 141 gibson, dale charles 136 gilbreath, sherry I. 123 gilland, bonnie s.147 giIland,reginaI.147 gilmore, peter i. 159 glaze, edward d. 159 gleason, kathy m. 136 glover, tina 159 goins, cynthia j. 147 goldfarb, saul e. 89 gomez,janiea.123 good, keith 159 good, rodney d. 147 good, tina irene 131,141 goodfellow, gary d. 147 goodin, darrel g. 136 goodland, roger I. 147 gordon, debora k. 147,26 gordon, diana I. 187 gordon, diana I. 147 gordon, william t. 148 gore, gordon m.147 gorIa,nancyj.147 gorman, theresa a. 123 gormley, glenn 136 gormley, robin 159 gow, darrell 159 graham, renee n.159 graham, ricky p. 148 grant, dwayne I. 159 graves, judy k. 80,124 gray, george s. 148 gray, Iynda d. 159 green, f. blake 159 green, james e.148 greenawalt, stephen john 124 greene, todd e. 159 greenwell, mark alan 26,136,102 greer, robert I. jr. 160 greer, vicki I. 136 gregoire, gerald r. 124 gregoire, roger j. 136 gregoire, suzanne m. 160 griffin, linda faye 124 griffith, robert wayne 136 grimes,bambiI.124 grimes, jim g. 148 groseclose, thomas r. 160,158 gross, michael r. 148 groves, gregory paul 124,56 guenther, danny 160 guerra,micaeIa160 guzman, grace 136 guzman, katy s. 160 guzman, socorro p. 137 hagen, diane k. 125,131 hagen,judy160 hagen,sheIdon16O hagerman, craig 160,159 haggard, john 148 hahn, brenda k.16O hakes, Iynda marie 125 halajian,darryId.148 hall, david a. 124,133 hall, dennis e. 148 hall, tim b.137 halpaus,jaynec.148 hames, linda c. 124 hames, rosemary a. 148 hamilton, brenda jean 137 hamilton, michael g. 148 hammond, gary w. 148 hancock, debra s. 148 hand, john w.16O hann, ruth I. 148 hannah, mark 160 hanson, david m.148 harbin, ward 160 harbour, henry n.160 harmon, david w. 148 harmon, randy 160 harrett, arleigh e. in 148 harris, roslyn f. 148 harris, sabrina a. 160 harrison, dana ann 23,124,97 hartranft, walter h. jr. 148 haven, patricia e. 148 hawkins, barbara 124 hawkins, cheryl 148 haws, mary ann 137 hawthorne, andy e. 148,58 haynes, rodney lee 124 haynos, james p. 160 haynos, joseph w. 148 haynos, patricia h. 124 hebert, douglas westland 124 hebner, patricia lynn 148 heisel, susan m.160 heitritter, holly ann 124 heitritter, thomas e. 137 herberg, terry lee 124 hernandez, mark a. 160 herrera, carla jean 137 herrera, leslie d.160 herrera, lynn m.148 hoc: lzsvll-nl Q 120 higgens, lori 29,160 higgins, kimberely anne 124 hight, denise m. 148,154 hill, barbara 160 hinrichs, luann 137 hintz, mitch n. 160 hiskey, jo ann 148 hochstetler, tina m. 141 hockabout, teresa j. 148 hockaday, mike 160 hoffman, janice r.137 hoffman, judy 160 hoffpauir, denice r. 148 hoge, john c.160 hogue, robert 148 holgate, carrie s. 91 hollar, stan joe 124,26 holleman, michael w. 124 holloway, barbara m.137 holt, danny I. 148 holt,darreIII.160 hopkins, dan j. 148 hopkins, mary e. 124 hopkins, timothy c. 124 hopper, steven p. 148 horst, robert 160 horton,vickieI.160 hose, gloria dee 124 houchen, patty a. 148 howard, cynthia I. 160 howard, jack wendell 131 howard, troy lee 124 howe, douglas t. 148 howell, marIenej.160 hubbard, brent 160 hudson, regina 160 huffman, ken 160 hughes, james I. 160 hulce, john b.16O huston, chad I. 125 hutchinson, william j. 137 hyatt, paul e. 148 hyler, nancy teresa 131 ikerd, jamie s.160 inmon,connies.148 irvin, michael h. 148 irwin, debra a.148 isabeI,garry160 isit, bruce allen 125 izzo, kimberly a.148 jackanin, barbara 160 jackson, mark frederick 150 jackson, susan j. 125,90 jackson, susan louise 125,90 jackson, teresa r. 80 jacobsen, diane kay 125,90 james, jane 160 james, jerry a. 148 james, wanette 160 jarmusz,anthonyj.160 jarvis, danna g. 148 jarvis, jennifer 160 isaruic nnir-hanluu 192 jeffries, claude 160 jennings, eula m.160 jensen, joseph 148 jewell, jean ellen 131 jewell, pamela j. 160 jimenez,benny160 johnson, dennis blane 125,127 johnson, linda a.148 johnston, melonie r. 149 jones, denise I. 149 jones, douglas b. 57,58 jones, e. cynthia 160 jones, joanna lynn 26,141 jones, leonard harvey 89 jones, robert Iafayette 50,52 jones, ronald I. 149,148 jordan, Iynette s. 149 kahlstorf, david duane 58 kapitan,Iorij.149 karch, christopher a.149 kauffman, david d.141 kauffman, sheree c. 149 keasler, terri j. 26,149 keen, timothy 84 kellerman, amy carol 125 kelley, donna I. 149 keIley,jonia.149 kendall, bill 149 kendall, brad r.125 kent, caroline I. 149,20,21 kentch, royce h. 149 kiess, sandra j. 98,125 kilmer, jane e.125 kindall, tom 149 king, roger a. 149 kirkland, keith jonathan 50,52,65 kirsch, daniel d. 89,137 kirst, dennis lee 137 kist, linda m.149 kist, thomas eugene 125 klasko, mary e.125,9O kleinert, janet ann 137 kleinert, karl w. 140,149 klever, tom I. 89 knecht, pamela a. 91 knight, mary beth 131 knox, kathy s. 137 knudsen, corinne m. 23,91,125 kolb, kathleen june 90,125 kolobakken, laurie k.149 kortekaas, rose r. 137 koschel, debra ann 137 kozimor, steve 149 kozlosky, katherine 149 kral, cynthia joan 149 la count, steve m.125 lacy, carol I. 149 Iaing, bonita mari 125,90 Iaing, ronald earl 149 laird, donna j. 125 laird, hope e. 125,149 lander, vicki elaine 125 InnAn+-t All-.inn A 1 A0 laramore, mark I. 149 larkin, tim h.149 larson, don m. 137 larson, jay b. 149 Iazor, marie georgianna 137,141 leach, randy 149 le boeuf, gregory mark 149,58 le boeuf, stevan paul 131 le faivre, sandra ann 137 le roy, james calvin 138 le roy, william conover125,27,24 leach, michael 125 Ieatherbury, roxanna Ieona 125 lee, tom e. 131,58 leker, lawrence j. 154 lemieux, gregory r. 149 lemieux, jacqueline 138 Ieonard, jeffrey s. 149 Ieonard, john j. 149 lesley, peggy r. 149 leslie, franklin c. 149,154,89 leverett, donna r. 125 levy, raymond deitz 131 lewis, mary a. 138,92 lincoln, robert I. 149 lindeman, bob 138 lipari, cheryl a. 149 lippig, debra lynn 141 lipson, steve h. 154 little, d. larry 26,29,149 lockart, kim anne 125 locklear, duke 149 locklear,roxanne138 long, john I. 149 lowrey, delbert r. 149 lowry, debra j. 138 lucero, sally a.138 ludington, barbara a. 126 lueck, debra lynne 138 luses,laurie149 mack, michael e 149 mack, steven joseph 126 maddock, gayle s. 138 madge, patricia a. 150 magness, greg w. 150 mahoney, therese j. 138 major, elizabeth anne 138 mallernee, cheryl d. 26 mallow, lance joseph 50,123,126,97 markley, shane allen 29,138,141 marler, cynthia ann 138 marshall, joseph keith 126 martin, robert j. 138 martin, valarie 154 martinez, gilbert 150 martinez, lillian d.138 marx, thomas e. 150 mastenbrook, john a.150 matherly, tammy I. 150 matlack, mary f. 150 maxwell, tom 157 mc alister, patricia ann 138 mc cloe, marilyn eva 126 mc cormick, kathleen a.126 mc cort, richard a. 150 mc cullough, philip clark 34,36,38,138 mc cutcheon, becky dawn 149,154 mc dowell, mark r.149 mc entire, debra k. 149 mc farlane, cynthia r.149 mc grath, john f. 26,84 mc hone, dixie lou 126 mc inerney, peggy l. 90 mc intyre, brenda I. 20,21,26,15O mc intyre, lorie Iorraine 26 mc kee, cheryl a. 150 mc kee, william chris 138 mc kinney, deborah a.150 mc kinnon,micheal r.15O mc manus, julie marie 126 mc millan, deborah g.126 mc millan, lon 26 mc neeley, orval eugene 131 mc nemar, charles p.126 means, stevej. 150 meek, gregory vern 138 mendez, timothy I. 131 mendoza, veronica 150 messerschmidt, faye diane126 methvin,debbij.150 michael, sandra k. 150 michelson, karen a. 29 michelson, lynne m.15O miele, margareta. 24 mieIe,susanj.150 mihok,timothyj.126 milam, cynthia e.150 miles, kathy s. 138 miller, deborah mary 138 miller, karen dawn 138 miller, kerry c. 90 miller, kimberly i. 90,138 millette, janet Iorraine 126,90 mills, kathleen m.150 na kazawa, teri 26,132 nealis, janet l. 127 neitch, howard wayne127 nelson, becky lee 138 newgent, hadley d. 138 newsom, kevin james 26 nix, carl w. 58 nolan, ryan a.138 noth, la wana d. 80 novallo, caren barbara 138 novallo, carol b. 19,80,127 o brien, mary 129,132 oclassen,frankj.127 olsen,keld127 olson, dawn m. 85 olson, jeffrey charles 127 ortiz, marylou estrada 138 overfield, rick 59 overfield, ronda ann 138 oxford, terri anne 127 padilla,joejr.138 padilla, tony 58 palmisano, frank w. 127 palmissano, mary 28,138 parker, ronald glen 50,52,29,127,133 parnell, becky j. 127 patrick, terry lynn 127,80 patterson, david I. 138 patterson, jerry b. 132 payne, michael b. 154 pellegrim, randy k. 29,127,133 peluso, michele I. 138 perez, michael anthony 50,51,52,138 perez, patrick bernard 50,52,l38 perkins, renee m. 127 perry, brian d. 138 person, donald robert 142 peterman, sedera charlotte 139 peters, deborah anne 127 petersen, bill g. 127 peterson, cheryl m. 127 miskovich, mary ann 150 mitchell, cynthia a.150 mitchell, debra k. 154 moehr,ronaldl.150 monick, joni I. 150 moore, deborah ma rcella 138 moore, pamela ann 50,138 moore, richard j. 150 l'TlOI'9I'iO morales, , ruben a.138 roberta maxine 126,150 morrow, joann kay 138 morrow, linda s. 138 mosier, pamela k. 90,150 moya, john d.138 mueller, greg l. 138 peterson, nancy jean 90,132 peterson, roy p. 139 phelps, myla renee 127 pineda,blandlna139 pineda, david puente 127 pitman, connie sue 26,139 pontius, susan rae 134 porter, frank c. 132 porter, luther lawrence 139 potter, sterling f. 127 putman, mark e.127 pyon, james chong min 139 quinn, john timothy 26 ra msey, gregory dee 26,127 ramsey, mark d. 150 mulberry, sue a. 90,126 mullenax, harvey a.150 mullenix,eugenel.150 murphy, cecilia m.138 murphy, jeanette marie 90 murphy, michael robert 150 nader, james albert 138 randolph, steven e. 150 rant, linda j. 150 rapson,cynthiaj.15O rapson, sherry lynn 90,127 raxter, robert a. 150 ready, mary c. 150 reavisgjohn e. 150 reed, david r. 151 rees, michelle b. 127 rees, thomas r.151 reeser, william ken 139 reible, steven t. 128 reigel, renee a.151 reilly, thomas patrick jr. 128,29,92,99 reisch, charles I. 139,89 remien, richard a.151 remsey, john mark 139 requa, abby r. 142 requa, linda gay 132 reser, mary I. 139 reveles, anthony c. 128 reynolds, kurtis r. 139 rhodes, jerry lee 151 rhodes, thomas walter 132 richardson, faith a. 139 richardson, Iorabell 151 riches, timothy j. 151 ricketts, vickie j. 151 riedel, ron 154 rios, gloria a. 128,132 roberts, linda e. 128 roberts, randel j. 151 robling, cheryl l. 151 rodriguez, gloria 128 roger, william I. 142 rogers, cynthia l. 151 rogers, diane j. 97,98 rogers, gary a. 151 rogers, thomas a. 131 roll, mary a. 24 rollins, catherine 80,151 rollins, debra 24 rollins, pamela 128 romanski, ben f. 151 romanski, cynthia j. 151 romero, darcy a. 139 romero, darlene m, 80 ross, lorne h. 151 ross, steve k. 128 roth, susan e. 20,21,151 rucker, penny I. 131 rude, dean a.151 rudolph, deborah rene 34,128 ruel, arlene i. 128 ruiz, j. scott 151 rupp, scott m. 151 ryan, karen marie 92 saffell, brian ray 128 salinas, rosalinda g. 26,151 sammons, katherine e. 151 sammons, mary m.139 sample, john e. 151 saubel, sharon m. 128,23 Sayre, nancy e. 142 scheid, gerald arther 128,29 scheid, monica ruth 139 schellenbaum, susan a. 139,92 scherberger, peter wayne 139 schmehl, mark h. 89,151 Schmiskie,darlenelouiese139 schneider, mark w. 139 schonberger, sheila m. 151 schubert, michael gregory 89 schultz, bill wiston 128 schweikart, jeffrey clay 128 schweitzer, john f. 128 scism, deborah a.151 scott, marty dean 151 scully, marguerite m.128,131,90,92 seats, cynthia lynn 128,90 segond, steven v. 151 sells, clarence 132,151,58 sharp, jeff k. 151,89,92 shear, patricia m. 151 shelby,rhondal.151 shelton, terry m.151 shoemaker, charles c.151 sikora, steve joannes 132 silvernale, john I. 151 sims, jobeth 99,128,23 sims, teri s. 151 skelton, faron r. 128 skousen, marcia 26 slavik, john d.128 sleesman, rhonda I. 151 small, barbara k. 151 smigel, paul frank 128 smith , craig a. 152 smith, james robert 142 smith, jim e. 891 smith kenneth r.152 smith lynn a. 80,128,130,97 smith michaelj.128 smith michael w. 89 smith sandra lee 139 smith, tim I. 152 smith, williejr. 152 stewart, steve p. 152 stika, phillip p.152 stokes, mark a. 152 stolka, jane e. 85,129 stone, donald lee 152 stone, jody ann 140 stonebraker, cynthia I. 152 stoner, cynthia lee152 story, thomas m.152 strohbehn, linda r.152 stultz, bruce m. 152 stultz, david c. 89 stutesman, michael e. 129 stutzman, paul d. 129,80 sullivan, larry d.152 sullivan, vicky I. 140,152 sutherland, daniel g. 140,152 swaim,cheril.152 sword, richard clark 129 swords, kathleen j. 140 sylvia, kenneth j. 152 sylvia, patricia ann 129 tacia, janet j. 152 tanner, leslie william 140 taylor, bill g. 152 taylor, paula marie 140 tejada, arturo f. 89,140 temple, doug I. 140 thacker, dallas dean 142 tharp, diane elaine 142 thayer, patricia ann 129,90 thomas, carol e. 152,26 thomas, connie s.140 thomas, donald richard 140 sokolis, james k.152 somka, kim I. 152 somka, sandra lynn 152 soock, susan mary 26,129,102 sorensen, becky lynn 139 southland, john a. 58,152 southwick, randy d. 129,99 souza, maria I. 129 spachtholz, kevin k. 140 spears, cheryl lynn 140 spence, ruth I. 152 spencer, wanda j. 152 springs, deborah a. 140,142 springstun, cynthia r. 152 stacey, donald ray 140 stakich, peter 129 stasik ,anthony I. 65 steele, steele, steele, brian k. 154 shari a. 26,152 william h. 152 Steinberg, mark alan 140 steiner, kathleen n. 152 steiner, kevin martin 129 stephan, cynthia a. 92,152 thomas, patricia ann 129 thomas, robert j. 152 thompson, david I. 140 thompson, patricia anne 24,140 thornton, pam f. 152,154 tietz, suzen loretta 140 tinsley, timothy e. 152 tolbert, sandra j. 152 tolmachoff, william j. 129 toms, sammi kaye140 toone, pauline 19,97 travis, darrell lee 140 troxel, michael r. 152,132 trujillo, bob r. 26 trujillo, joan 152,154 trujillo, laura 129 trulson, mark oluf140 tschilar, robbin fritz 140 tuley, don a. 89,152 turman, craig l. 140 turner, gail lynne 152 turrentine, terry I. 29,92,152 underwood, ada m. 140 underwood, iva c.129 unruh, suzanne m.19,20,129 urdinarrain, robert william 140 vaccaro, john calvin 129 van dorp, constance 26,102 vasquez, arcelia m.153 veronin, paul j. 153 vincent, debora ann 140 vincent, jody l. 140 vincent, thelma d. 92 von rueden, gregory robert 140 vowell, pamela ann 140 Wagner, mary m. 153 wahlstrom, reed mitchell 129,50,52 Wahlstrom, robin gail142 walberer, bruce a. 152 walberer, Iois jean 129 Walentiny, stephen joseph 129 Waller, bandy I. 153 Walls, jim I. 153 Wargo, gall s. 91 warren, patricia c. 80,91 Warren, susan i. 153 Washburn, debra d.153 Watkins, daniel d. 89,153 Watkins, merry lee 34,90, 130 watson, edward r. 140 Watson, teresa 150 Watts, lisa r. 140,26 Watts, richard ed 50,52 Waugh, carrie I. 153 Waugh, marc r. 29,50,52,130 Wayne, terry g. 153 Weaver, james e. 153 weaver, terra nce wayne 142 Webb, carol j. 140 Webb, kathy a. 140 aragon, pat 109 armand, tom 109 ashley, ken 109 askins, ruth 109 bagWell,William109 barrett, letha 108 bates, lee 109 baumgartner, sue 108 bell, maryJane 109 bender, dorothy 109 bergamo,dorothy109 bicknell, don 50,109 bishop, barr109 black, john 32,106 bogdanov,judy109 bondon, mary 109 boothby, john 110 boyer, marvin 110 bradford, betty 110 brown, john 110 bruns, pat 24 burton, margaret110 butler, emma jean 110 casteel, tom 110 cavett, William 110 charles, chervl 110 Webb, William d.153 Weckbacher, dale edward 140 Weeks, james ricky 154 Welch, james c. 130,34 Welch, randy leo 140 welnick, mike e. jr. 153 Wenker, john r.153 Wentzel, gregory W. 29,140 Wentzel, roberta I. 153,29,144 Werner, rod m. 140 wessel, neil j. 153 Willis, john r.153 wisely, richard allen 130 Wolfe, gregory scott 140 Womack, bobby e. 130 Woo, susan ann 130 Wood, carl j. 153 wood, daniel g. 153 Wood, earl b. 130 Wood harry d. 153 Wood harry e. 153 wood, mark r. 153 wood, paul curtis 140 wessel, robert anthony 130 West, joseph jr. 153 Western, earl r. 153 weston, shirley a. 130 Whatley, betty j. 142 whipps, patrick alan 26,140 Whitaker, penny a.153 White, nancy lynn 132 whitmer, toni l. 130 Whitmore, bill a. 29 whitson, james david 153 whitson, marvin harold 50,52,130 widmer, stephen edwin 130 Wilkinson, kristina d.140 Will,scottj.140 willard,deborahj.130 A Williams, david g.153 williams, fred ashley 50,129,132 williams, james aubrey140 Williams, toni leanne 140 Williams,vickia.140 trevor g. browne faculty roster dinon, victoria 110 dowd, cheri 110,92 edmondson, 89 evanstock, philip 89 finell, lewis 26 harthun, mary 91 johnson, joanne 23,112 jordan, leon 112 kessler, fred 113 king, sgt. fred 113 king, marilyn 113 kleiner, alma 113 kope, lanny 107 langley, joan 113 macgillivray, joan 113 martin, robert 108 matthews, patricia 113 milo, mary 113 mitton, herbert 50,113 mooningham. laura 29.113 Wooden, sandra I. 130 Wright, charles kenneth 130 Wright, jacquelyn g. 153 Wright, michael d. 153 Wysocki, susan c. 90,153,154 yannayon, david r. 26 ybarra, hugo 50,132 yeary, sandra l. 153 yoakum,maryj.130 yoakum, robert lee 89,130 yocum,Iaural.153 young, david m. 153 young, debra a.130 young, r. scott 140 youngs, daniel bernard 26 zaino, paulette t. 140 zaino, victoria susan 130 zlamal, ann 80,130 parish, guy 113 peterson, michael 114 powell, jean 114,38 roels, roxie 114 ridenour, kenneth 114 rucker, john 114 russell, john 114 sacco, frank 114 selleck, b. 114 snodgrass, hiram 114 statom, carol 114,90 taylor, garry 114 tillotson, dave 108 traines, stewart 112 trostle, dale 115 troxel, richard 115 Wager, lola 115 Walker, cecil 115 walters,eldon115 Waugh, jerry 115 White, robert 115 williams, roger 115,50 woods, ted 115 kirsh,marci112 remender, jane 114 a new school, new problems, and most of all, new ideas. this book is an attempt to capture glimpses of the school year. we tried to keep in mind that a yearbook is not for today, but for tomorrow. we hope that every time you open its cover some of the happy times will come to you and make you smile. i'd like to thank the staff of the lair for working late hours and for giving all that was humanly possible. i'd also like to give special thanks to gerry schied, cathy cun- ningham, mrs. laura mooningham, and mr. earl stinson for their superhuman effort and tolerance. 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