Trevor G Browne High School - Lair Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)
- Class of 1984
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Trevor Browne's Thespian troupe's first production of
the year was Agatha Christie's "Go Back For Murder."
The play, set in London, is one of mystery and in-
trigue. It begins with a young woman's search for the
truth about her father's murder which took place eigh-
teen years prior. She seeks out the help of the lawyer
whose father had prosecuted her mother for the murder
in order to help her prove that her mother was innocent.
The conclusion of act one is spent with the woman
talking to all those who could have had a hand in her
father's death. In doing so she finds out many things
about her mother and father and also uncovers many
peculiarities that took place eighteen years before. Only
one problem remained: if her mother didn't do it then
The play's second and final act brought all the
characters to the house where the murder took place.
Each participant gave their rendition of what had hap-
pened on that day. In doing so the past was brought
back to life in order to be studied more closely. It is
discovered that the woman's mother was innocent and
even though the real murderer cannot be punished she
has learned the truth and can now be at ease.
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Philip Blake .... .
Meredith Blake ........
Miss Williams ..........
Angela Warren ........
Caroline Crale .......
Jeff Rogers ..... . ............... .
Lady Elsa Melksham ........
Cast of Characters
lustin Fogg .............................................,...... Steve Mitchell
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Shelly Les Perance
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Brums act thelr Wa
George Bodell ................................................ Steve Dentler
Norman Reese ............................................. Mark Nehrbass
Mrs. Garnet ....,... ....... F elicia McGinty
Tony Dennison ...... ............... M ike Gipson
Muriel Foster ...... ........ P aula Poindexter
Kate Ault .......... ......... C athy Watters
Marge Benson ....... ......... S andra Lavery
Dottie Coburn ....... ........ D eanie Copley
Mr. Coburn ........ ....... D avid Williams
Mr. Kenny ....... ......... M att Sandberg
lst Officer .... ........ M ellody Young
2nd Officer ..... ...... M ike Bellavoine
Out of the Frying Pan'
The Trevor Browne Thespians second production of
the year was the hilarious comedy "Out of the Frying
Pan" by Francis Swan. The play is the story of a group
of six actor friends who all live in one small apartment.
The group have had a run of bad luck in getting acting
jobs and were all faced into accepting the kindness of
their confused but generous friend, Dottie, whose father
pays the rent.
lust below their apartment lives a famous producer
who they hope will hire them. After endless attempts to
get the producer to see their performance of his play,
the group finally succeeds. As it would go, everything
that could possibly go wrong did. In the mass confusion,
however, "improvisation" prevails and they convince the
producer to begin a road show starring them.
Amongst all the acting, arises romance and the story
of Dottie's father trying to take her away. The play ends
with two happy couples, six happy actors, and several
characters who are in utter confusion.
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ixth consecutive year
Browne 7 7 3 13-30.
Sohuoro 7 7 7 O-21
Browne's quarterfinal game was against pass happy
ucson Sahuaro. The Bruins overcame the Cougar's air
aid with a 30-21 victory.
At halftime the score was tied 14-14. Sahuaro was the
irst to score, but Browne twice marched down the field
nd Mark Tressler scored on one yard touchdown runs
The Bruins started off the third quarter with a 30 yard
ield goal by Ray Federico. Sahuaro, however retreated
ith another TD.
The fourth quarter brought Browne's ability to stop the
ougars. With Sahuaro trailing 23-21 after a 21 yard
run by leff Sing the Bruins held them on the goal
Browne then went 92 yards to score, the last 35 on
Tressler burst off left guard to put the game out of
Browne 7 0 7 0-14
McClintock 14 7 7 14-42
Browne's fourth trip to the semifinals was a
disappointing one. The team couldn't seem to get going as
the McClintock Chargers cruised to a 42-14 win.
The game started out on a good note with a Bruin
touchdown. On the opening kickoff, Iason Wilhite took a
handoff from Newell Randon on a reverse at the Browne
10-yard line and ran 66 yards to the McClintock 24. Seven
plays later, Mark Tressler plowed through the Charger line
into the end zone from the two on a fourth-and-goal situa-
Browne's only other score came on a 4 yard TD run by
Lenny lohnson in the third quarter.
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Ioe Bushong and Mary Herrera
Senior Attendants Junior Attendants
Greg Vinas and Traci Mang Tom Long and Nancy Alvarez
Sophomore Attendants Freshmen Attendants
Bob Baraban and Kendra Kemarly Ioel Sing and Nikki Moore
otionol Honor Society
honors Browne's soholors
Quill and Scroll brings
uality to Browne's publications
one Paul Boyer Stacy Settle Robin McKinley, Danny Turner, Nancy Schroeder, Scott Williams Shawn Gates Not pictured lana
Griffin Gerry Springfield Row two: James Caron, Bob Sertich, Auerbach.
Quill and Scroll is an honorary organization for publi-
cation students. Membership is open to the exceptionally
good journalists who work on Trevor Browne's two pub-
lications, the Bear Facts and the Lair yearbook. Without
these dedicated students neither publication would be
Quill and Scroll members often have to forfeit their
personal time in order to meet an important deadline.
Their journalistic talent and hard work is shown in the
quality of both publications.
Bruin academics are the tops
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Bruins make speaking easy
ROW One! Tina K9maI1Y- ROW tW01 Gefifgia YOUNG, SfeVe Mikfheu, Stevens, Chad Halvorson, Cathy Watters, Deanie Copley, Ayesha
Mellody Young, Ken Van Horn, Sandra Lavery. Row three: Tony Shabazz,
Outstanding Speech Students
Theresa Bratcher-sixth in Drama
Tony Stevens-sixth in Oratory
Ayesha El-Shabazz-third in Poetry
Chad Halvorson-Semi-Finalists in Humor
Theresa Bratcher 81 Mary Herrera-sixth Dual Acting
Theresa Bratcher-Semi-Finalist in Drama
Sandra Lavery-Semifinalist in Poetry
Mary Herrera-Semitinalist in Poetry
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Best Looking Most Likely To Succeed
Greg Vinas and Kari Gentry Tina Kemarly and Ioe Bushong
leff Sing, Sonya May, Kari Gentry and Hector Gonzales
Most Spirited Most Athletic
Thraen and Felicia McGinty Tracee Mang and leff Sing
have the 'most'
Laurie Michelson, Terry Merrifield and Mellody Young
Most Compatable Couple
Steve Terreault and Tina Smith
Lori Meek and Bryan Airheart
Most Humorous Best Dressed
Kim MCReYI101dS and Todd Hopper Greg Thraen and Iane DeRosa Greg Vinas and Tina Hughes
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Terri Niska and Warren Harris
Ioe Bushong, Iohn Patterson and Tracee Mang
Matt Ecker and Melissa Strough
Lori Meek and Jeff Sing
Mike Hernandez and Iane DeRosa
Larry Black and Tina Hughes
Tracee Mang and Lee Draper
Ioe Bushong and Felicia McGinty
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Row one: Eric Noyas, lody Williams, Luis Tijerina, Mark Nixon, Dave
Lane, Doug Clouff, Rod O'Del1, Brian Armor, Marty Diggs. Row two:
Coach Hollen, Gus Bolles, Iim Barnett, Shane Bushaw, Eric Kutter,
Rick Carter, loe Pacheco, Iohn Iones, Chuck Lazzar, Robert Madril,
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The lunior Varsity Football team
bounced back from last year's los-
ing season to end with a 6-2 record
Considering that most of the
players were sophomores it was
quite a feat to turn the team
around. However, a lot of talent
guided the team to a great season
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ow one: Nelson Gaseoma, Chad Harnes, Eric Rose, Edward Spencer,
evin Kane, Hector Gasper, Ernie Ortega, Phillip Hernadez, Ruben
'adilla, Richard Sardines, Larry Madrid, Dane Wood, IR McCoy, Mike
lynam, Bill Thompson, Victor Felton. Row two: lackie Muterspaugh,
ohn Evans, Lonnie Gooch, Danny Koowell, David Aguilar, Auggie
dendoza, Kenneth Luquez, Iessie Ballesteros, Mike Rodriguez, Mike
"Veever, Orlando Gonzales, Rick Smitt, Billy Peters, Bill Wosky, Troy
Fuller, Eric Rolenger, Eskia Hollina. Row three: Coach Zamboni, Tate
Mitton, David Maynard, Iohn McCall, Brett Turley, David Trinidad,
Pete Rosales, Iohnnie Balldenado, Iim Passarelli, Andy Wilson, loe
Worack, Bill Fox, lason Iones, Michael Ratzel, Coach Sharp. Row
four: Houston Spurlock, Darren Wing, Pat Gigueve, Tyrone Breez,
Chris Oless, Ioel Sing, Sean Maher, Chris Roberts, Chris Dominguez,
Robert Walton, Gilbert Rivera, Not pictured: Arnold Mejia.
The Freshmen Football team ended their season with a
The teams outstanding players were: offense--Ioel
Sing and Mike Binam, defense-Chris Oless, lack
Muterspaugh, lim Passarelli and Robert Walton.
The players constantly played good ball and the
coaches are looking forward to a very talented junior
varsity next year.
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This year's Iunior Varsity
Volleyball team had a fair season.
They ended with a record of six
wins and six losses.
The returning players, Michelle
Hollman fcaptainl, Tony Mahlman
CCO-Captainl and Lisa Mcliteynolds,
contributed their effort to the team.
Coached under Bev lohnson the
team tried their best. With many
talented players they hope for a
better season next year.
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two: Mrs. Iohnsori, Christine Stanley, Sandra Hoskins, Ierri Sue Collins, Tammy Wittman T
Mahlman, Chantel Eldridge, Not pictured: lulie Pendergast.
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The Fall of 1983 represented a
record setting season for the Trevor
Browne Bruins Freshman Volleyball
Team. Through intense dedication and
constant sacrifice, these ten young la-
dies produced the first undefeated
season for freshman volleyball here at
Browne. Practicing everyday during
the early morning hours eventually
paid off when the girls finished their
season with an eleven wins and no
Receiving awards for the freshman
were Cynthia Hamilton fMost Valuable
Playerl, Charmane Polmanteer fSpark
Plugj, and Pat Quinones KMost Im-
Boys and Girls Golf end season
This year's Boys Golf team with
only two returning lettermen fin-
ished the season a surprising fifth
place in the divisional tournament.
Lead by senior Mike Kuhlin, the
team's most valuable player, they
moved from seventh the first day
and finished fifth. They missed
qualifying for State by only three
Solid performances were turned
in by Keith Pekau, Donnie
Kerksiek, Dan Larson and Dean
Donovan. Other members of the
team are Mike Caputo, Lee Caputo,
Sean Green, Bob Briggs, lohn
Clements and Devin Samuelson.
Mr. Goto enjoyed coaching this
year's team because they never
gave up and continued to improve
throughout the season.
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Row one: Dean Donovan, Daniel Larson, Lee Caputo. Row two: Keith Pekau, Mike Kuhlin, C
Goto, Donnie Kersiek. Not pictured: Devin Samuelson.
This year only two schools in the
Phoenix Union High School Dis-
trict, Trevor Browne and Camel-
back, had girls golf teams. Browne
defeated Camelback and competed
with teams from Mesa, Tempe and
Yuma. The team, coached by Fred
Hanley, worked hard to become
one of ten teams to go to the state
Team Captain Debbie Tooms fin-
ished the season in the top half of
all players in the state. Diane
Pekau and Annette Slack also fin-
ished well at State.
The team played in two matches
every week during the season. The
pros at Maryvale Golf Course, their
home course, were extremely
helpful in training the girls.
Bruin Varsity Badminto
Trevor Browne's Varsity Badmin-
ton team had its first winning sea-
son this year. The team won eight
and lost only four. The lunior
Varsity team had a 7-5 record.
At the Browne Invitationals they
placed second out of twelve teams.
Tammy Turner and Becca Dierks
took second place in doubles and
Dawn Archeletta and Vanessa
Keene took third.
Browne finished second in their
division. Turner and Dierks also
placed second at divisionals and
Archeletta and Keene placed third.
The two doubles teams that
placed in divisionals qualified for
State. The team placed tenth out of
With all players returning next
year the team is looking forward to
a very successful season.
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Row one: Nancy Alvarez, Becca Dierks, Sherry Turner. Row two: Mary Ann Engleke
Archuletta, Vanessa Keane, Tammy Turner, Coach Hassel.
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Row one: Kelli Kilmartin, Kelly Aubrey. Row two: Mary Herrera, Tammy Yates, Lynn Skinne
Mary Garcia, Coach Hassel.
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inkler. Row three: Coach Hahn. Not pictured: Todd Kemp.
1983 brought the return of Fresh-
men Tennis To Browne. The team con-
sisted of three boys and three girls.
The team served its purpose of
teaching the players the fundamentals
of the game and preparing them for
playing varsity and junior varsity at
the end of the year.
The Trevor Browne Boys Cross
Country Team had an overall
disappointing season with injuries
and illnesses coming at the wrong
times. The loss of Lee Draper at the
start of the season to a back injury
exemplified a season that could
have been. The team did manage to
finish with a 4-7 record, however.
The top runners on the team were
seniors Robbie Bates, Todd Brown,
and Iohn Patterson. The promising
runners returning next year include
Toby Campbell, Bret Kaiser, Dale
Rogers, Scott Miller and Bobby
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Brown, Bret Kaiser, Lee Draper, Tirn Booth, Ed Sprague, John Patterson,
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had a disappointing 1-5 season,
mostly due to problems getting
enough girls together to make up a
team. Those who did go out worked
very hard at their training.
Freshman Dana Wood looks to
have a promising future.
Bruins end streak in Wi
Although this year's Varsity Bask-
etball Team had a losing season,
they did manage to break the forty-
one game losing streak which was
the third longest in State history.
Their only victory was against the
Maryvale Panthers, 79-65. The au-
dience attendance at the games this
year was much better than the last
two years. Outstanding Players
were David Nash and Newell
Randon. This year's team was
coached by first-year Bruin coach
Mike DeBenedetto. Next year's
basketball season will be much
Row one. Iohn Shatter, Ieff Slng, Derlck Bolton, Charles Murrell. Row two. Coach
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The lunior Varsity Basketball
Team ended their season with a 3-
14 record. Outstanding players
were Brett Valentine, Nell Morrell,
and Richard Soltero. The team this
year was made up of mostly fresh-
men and sophomores because they
wanted to build for the future.
The team was coached by Mike
Hassel. He said that this year's
team never quit, they were always
working hard, they had a good atti-
tude, which was a plus, and they
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F rosh accomplish goals
one: Chris Roberts, lason lones, Hector Gaspar, David Aguilar. Row two: Billy Black, Thor
Chris Oless, Pat Holbert, Coach Torres.
At the beginning of the Freshman
Basketball season, Coach Torres
stressed the importance of, "It's not
whether you win or lose, it's how
you play the game." He also
stressed that it was important for
the players to develop their skills as
basketball players to help them
play in the future. He felt that this
was accomplished, as even though
they had a losing season, every-
body kept playing their best and no
one gave up,
Billy Black was the team's
leading scorer and Hector Cooper
was a very consistent ball handler
and the team's floor leader. Al-
though these two shined, everyone
on the team played outstandingly.
The Trevor Browne Varsity Wres-
tlers had a good season. They were
5-5 in season matches and 5-3 in
league. They were better in the sea-
son than in league. Due to
inexperienced wrestlers and injur-
ies, the team didn't do as well as
Team honors went to: Rob
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Campbell fMost Improvedl, Mike
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Anthony lohnson QOutstanding Iu-
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Pint, Lapreze QDivision Placerj.
Most of the wrestlers were all
young and Coach Goto said they
should have a pretty good team in
years to come.
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and lost. Several of this year's IV
members should work their way into
the Varsity lineup next year. Some of
the top wrestlers were Danny Stone,
Larry Madrid, Ierry Robertson, and
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Left to Fight! COBCI1 BYOWD, TBIDMY Roman, Diane Pekall, T0I1i Tammy Wittman, Jackie Lopez, Iulie Pendergast, Lisa Mclileynold
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This year's lunior Varsity Softball
Team had a very successful season
with fourteen wins and only one
loss. They started off the season by
defeating Cactus 14-1. They ended
the season with a 8-4 victory over
Some of the more notable players
were Toni Mahlman, Iackie Lopez,
Tammy Roman and Lisa
Mcliteynolds. The infield also made
a great contribution to the winning
season. Coach Brown said it was
the best IV team we've ever had at
Browne. Their future as Varsity
players looks very promising.
Nineteen girls composed the
1983-84 Freshmen Softball Team.
Although six games were
completely rained out, the Bruins
still finished their season with a to-
tal of six wins and five losses.
The team consisted of several out-
standing athletes. Among the top
players were pitcher Lisa Gauna,
catcher Sheri Turner, first baseman
Iennifer French, second baseman
lody Martino, Shortstop lanet
Scheid, and third baseman Stacy
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whole was their super spirit and
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The Trevor Browne Varsity Girls'
Basketball Team was looking
forward to a very productive year.
There were five returning starters
from last year's successful team
which missed the playoffs by only
one game. Caoch Hassel hoped to
end the season over .500 and ex-
pected to make the playoffs this
year. They had a lot of poise, speed
and intelligence, but their lack of
height was a definite hindrance.
Outstanding players on the team
were: Lori Sharp fcaptainj, Sugar
Garcia, Tammy Turner, Chris
White, Carolyn Hamilton, Teri
Mang, Donna Martin, Michelle
Hollman, and Lisa Gonzalez.
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successful a season this year as last
year. Many of the players were
members of last year's 12-6 team.
Coach Reichow was the team's
IV players on the uprise are:
Stephanie Abrams fCaptainl, Sheri
Turner, Lia Guana, lacie Cox,
Cynthia Hamilton, Cathy
Hernandez, Sondra Hoskins, Gina
Tietz, Paris Morrison, Angela
Bacca, Dreisden Ground, Patricia
Daniels, Charlene Canty, and
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Row one: Angie Castle, Sheri Turner, Iacie Cox, Cynthia Hamilton. Row two: Coach Reichow
Gauna, Stephanie Abrams, Sondra Hoskins, Patricia Daniels, Charlene Canty, Paris Morrison
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Row one: Kevin Kane, Santos Gualdez, Scott Miller, Chuck Lazaar,
Chris Smith, Dale Rogers, David Wood, Chris Schmidt, IR McCoy, Ia-
son lones, David Aguilar, Dane Wood, Matt Bishop, Hector Cooper,
Troy Fuller, Mike Franzen, Ed Barajas, Coach Cruickshank. Row two:
Coach Ehlers, Ralph Winklers, Eric Rose, Dave lones, Art Dahnert,
Lee Draper, Matt Morris, Martin Diggs, Eddie Head, Steve Stone, Trav-
This year's Boys' Track Team was
young and did not have much
experience. Coach Cruickshank
said that this was beginning a year
and he hopes to start a track and
field tradition at Browne.
The outstanding members of the
team were: Dray Ground, high
jump, Travis Fuller and Brian
Airheart, shot put, Lee Draper, long
distance runner, Lenny lohnson and
Newell Randon, hurdles and
sprintsg left Sing and Tim Glapion,
sprintsg Todd Brown, middle dis-
is Fuller, left Sing, Brian Brookman, Andy Wilson, Rusty
Askia Halim, Charles Adams. Row three: Lynn Lightfoot,
Bearden, Eric Carlson, Andy Kline, lirnmy Barnett, Steve
Anthony lohnson, Tim Glapion, Bryan Airheart, Dray Ground, T
Tirnms, Vincent Villegas, Ron Orozco, Greg lones, Lenny lohnson,
die Poe, Charles Campbell.
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ow one: Natalie Schettert, Tonya Doerfler, Sharon Hill, lanet Scheid,
hantel Eldridge, Coach Nobley, Laurie Michelson, Cindy Bates, Lisa
cl-leynolds. Row two: Diane Bauer, Iodie Bottoms, Coach Scott, Stacy
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an exciting season under new coaches Scott and Nobley.
The team lacked depth and experience, but they showed
a strong competitive spirit and a strong desire to win.
The girls started training in February, working very
hard and hoped to raise some eyebrows in the league.
Returning lettermen this year were senior Laurie
Michelson, long jump, high jump and 400 relayg junior
Natalie Scheffert, 400, 1600 and 1600 relayg and sopho-
more Cindy Bates, 800, 1600 relay and high jump.
This year's Varsity Baseball Team
looked to have a promising season.
Coach Massingill said the team
would have to play as a team if
they wanted to be a success, they
couldn't rely on individualism. The
team was willing to work to win a
game and had a lot of potential for
a winning season. Massingill said,
though, that they would have to
work hard to gain that potential.
Outstanding players on the team
were second baseman lohn
Patterson, pitcher and first baseman
Dave Nash, first baseman and
outfielder Mike Kuhlin, and catcher
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ball program and the players are
very proud ot be part of it.
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Row one: Shane Bushan, Bobby Briggs, Tom Yarlot, Sal Rivera, Bob
Madril, Lee Caputo. Row two: Coach Hann, Richard Finn, Gary
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had a lot of team leadership. Iuniors Greg Medrano and
Greg Soto helped the team a great deal. The team had a
strong infield and a good pitching staff.
Coach Hanna said his goal as coach was to prepare
the Players for next year. He said the record was
unimportant but he hoped to finish with a .500 season.
Frosh polish basics
one: lohn Martinez, Larry Madrid, Mike Caputo, Iayson Auroyo,
Martinez, Travis Strickler, Richard Sardina, Roland Gonzales,
es Zweygardt. Row two: Gilbert Rivera, Richard McGee, Ray
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The main objective of this year's Freshman Baseball
Team was to work on basic development and the
fundamentals. They really wanted to emphasize the ba-
sics to help the boys prepare for futures in Varsity.
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Row one: loan Schemenauer, Debbie Kral, Rachel Steele, Kim
Coniglio, Sabrina Harris, Diana Hoffman, Keith Parkinson. Row two:
Mrs. Paula Hocken fadvisorl, Traci lones, Lori Mettille, Brenda
Edminston, Randy Bettis, Tracee Mang, Kim McReynolds, Lance
Distributive Education Clubs of r i'
America is a youth group designed
to produce future leaders in the
field of marketing and distribution.
Some of the activities Browne's
DECA sponsored this year includ-
ed: a slave sale to raise money for -
St. Mary's Food Bank, their sixth
annual Super Dance for Muscular
Dystrophy, as well as a Christmas
party for the Beverly Manor
retirement home. They also hosted
the state-wide DECA Winter
Browne has also been awarded
the chapter activity award for being
the most active chapter in the state.
President .................... Tracee Mang lv
Vice President ........ Ross Bergstedt
Secretary ...................... Debbie Kral
Treasurer ........ ...... R andy Bettis
Historian ..... ........ A pril Long s
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Gregoire, Ross Bergstedt, Kim Stevens, Steve Mellor, lenniter
Ray Tallent. Not shown: Lee Draper.
Rochelle GBICIG luhe Plper Tracey Showalter Row three Apnl
Long, Sean Rebero Tom Long Tony Jones Dawn Archuleta
Carrle Cash Cheryl Borrego Becky Blowers Budget Row three Shelly Leonard Sharron Croft George Isaac Enk Benton
Tracey Aker Row two Tom Gomez Gma McAfee Con Pam Whitney Mlke Rayburn Kent Lav1ne Ray Sm1th WW Cavett
Lana Fmcher len Stearmen Tlna Setzekorn Katle Whxte fadvlsorj,
Being a Cheerleader means more than just smiling pret-
ty, jumping up and down acting silly, and entertaining. It's
hard work and dedication.
The 1983-84 Cheer Line put in their share of long hours
by starting practice in the hot days of summer to get ready
for camp. But, long hours pay off.
The Cheer Line attended a cheer camp at Embry Riddle
Aeronautical University. Among the awards they won were:
eleven ribbons, Award lor Excellence, spirit frisbee, spirit
firecracker and they placed second in Grand Champion
Taking the ideas and cheers learned from camp back to
Trevor Browne, this year's Cheerleaders raised the Bruin
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A new beginning
This year's Pom Line was off to a
new start. With only one Pom re-
turning, eight new Poms and a new
sponsor, many things had to be
learned. But learn they did.
Practicing, sweating and working
hard lead them to a successful sea-
This summer the Poms attended a
pom camp at ASU. They learned
many dances and spirit ideas. They
also won a spirit stick.
The Poms raised money by
selling suntan lotion and having
carwashes during the summer.
Wearing brown and orange on
Fridays was one of the many ways
they showed their spirit towards
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Chair learns ta vacalize
Concert Choir is a performing
vocal group. This year the choir
had a new director, Mrs. Edgar.
This year's performances included
concerts here at school, at shopping
malls, and at the State Capitol.
In April the choir visited Magic
Mountain in California.
Funds were raised through car
washes, bake sales, hot chocolate
sales, and candy bar sales.
Concert Choir Officers
President .............. Chad Halvorson
Vice President ....... Mellody Young
Treasurer .................. Tammy Yates
Sponsor ................. Charlotte Edgar
Row one: Ann Epperson, Debbie Cushing, Chad Halvorson, Rae Ann Halvorson, Lorrie
Row two: Elayna Dale, Tammy Yates, Lorane Revels, Cynthia Higgins, Lydia Valenzuela
Edgar. Row three: Torn Swigart, Gary Sibly, Terry Merrifield, Tammy Worley, Kim Keiper,
Long. Not pictured: Mellody Young.
Orchestra has a musical year
The Orchestra at TGB is growing
and had its best year in a long
time. lt was under new directorship,
As a first, the orchestra combined
with the jazz band to form a full or-
chestra for concerts and festival
participation. They also combined
with the jazz band to form a "Stu-
The orchestra held five concerts
and participated in two major festi-
Row one: Sharon Hill, Mellissa Donat, Angela Parish, Chris Prickett, Susan Barrett
Schwalroff. Row two: Dennis Keitb, Tim Maguire, Mr. Black, Becky Rau, loel Ann C
Ayesba El Shabazz, Dwight Tacia, Martin Wegmueller, Ingrid Ericksen.
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Left to right: Mary Herrera, Lynn Skinner, Hal Hjalmarson, Shawn Gates, Danny Turner, Scott Williams, Carl Roberts, Ken Barrier
The first year of the Pee Wee Herman Fan Club
rned out to be a surprising success. The club itself
as started late in the year but that did not stop the
embers from seeing their idol. The club went to many
omedy shops and also saw Pee Wee while he was in
hoenix. They also made several trips to Las Vegas and
ake Tahoe, raising money by selling "squirting ties",
The club also spent an exciting evening at the Nevada
tate lail. Their night in jail came about because they
ere jaywalking to where Pee Wee was appearing live.
ee Wee also made a surprise visit to the Trevor
rowne campus after a few members broke into his ho-
l room. He seemed to enjoy his day at school, his
manager, however, was a bit annoyed.
Even though they are not affiliated with the national
Pee Wee Herman Fan Club, they still feel that they are
a vital part of Pee Wee's life. Next year's club is plan-
ning to go to New York to see Pee Wee perform on Sat-
urday Night Live.
Pee Wee Herman Fan Club Officers
President ......................................................... Shawn Gates
Vice President ......... ........ D anny Turner
Treasurer ............... ....... M ary Herrera
Secretary ...... ................. K en Barrier
Sponsor ...... ........ H al Hjalmarson
Concert Band expresses
music with talent and sl-fill
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one: Ioel Ann Oswald, Sal Rivera, Marla Marshall, Mike Royal. nings, Michael Crary, Charlene Canty, lim Passarelli. Row four:
two: Dennis Keith, limmie Iohnston, Wendi Morfitt, Patty Devin Samuelson, lohn Clement, Conwell Ponath, Pete Resales, Mr.
Jackie Muterspaugh. Row three: Don Dederick, Eugene len- Black.
The T.G.B. lazz Band is made up
of special musicians that are picked
out from the concert band or or-
The band consists of nine differ-
ent instruments: the sax, tuba,
drums, bass, trombones, trumpets,
piano, the vibes, and the rhythm
sets. Each member plays an
Every Tuesday and Wednesday
tbe jazz members played long and
hard to work their way to
perfection. In spring they put to-
gether a Spring Concert. The jazz
band was sponsored by Mr. Black.
Hard Work and generosity all
part of an Interact member's do
Row one: Bobbie Penquite, Wendi Morfitt, Nancy Alvarez, Danny
Ashlock, Lisa Holland, Karrie Erickson, Chris Pirkey, Debbie Leonard,
Elenor Bandi. Row two: Manora Bandi, Susan Nunez, Amy Dekarske,
Desiree Keane, Chad Halvarson, Susan Parks, Marla Marshall, Gavin
Borowiak, Leslie Hargas. Row three: Shirley Solanki, Dennis Keith,
Interact Board of Directors
Chris Pirkey .......
Nancy Alvarez ....
Lisa Holland .......
Elenor Bandi ......
Danny Ashlock .......
.. ...... Corresponding Secretary
Bobbie Penquite ......................... Junior Representative
Debbie Leonard .
loene LeDrew, Warren Harris, Michelle Walblay, Leticia Compara
Missy Elmore, Steve Dentler, Cathy Watters, Cindy Sannar, lea
Ackerman. Row four: Iohn Clements, Iohn Nehrbass, Rex Brownin
Iohn Shaffer, Darrel Elkins, Randy Merrill, Ken Van Horn, Bobbi
Holabaugh, Paula Poindexter.
The Interact Club is an international service organiza
tion dedicated to the betterment of school and communi
ty. There are approximately tour thousand Interact Club
worldwide, with branches in every free country.
The Trevor Browne Interact Club, sponsored by Mr
Browning, participates in many projects, community ser
vices, and fund raisers every year.
This year the club held a candy sale in honor of Ran
dy Hickman, with funds being contributed towards th
purchase of land for a three million dollar life-care fa
The annual blood drive is another important projec
that the Interact Club sponsors. In October eighty pint
of blood were donated. Another blood drive was held i
In March the club sponsored a gong show an
donated the money raised to the Amazon hospital-boa
Also during the year the club went Christmas carol
ing, visited nursing homes, and held canned foo
one Tun Maguire Amy Bell Tern Niska Mr Forrest Row two Iohn Nehrbass, Marissa Illar-
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F1eld Selenee explores
the nature of things
The Field Science Club explored and studied much of
Arizona this year. The members examined many differ-
ent areas of the state. The club, mainly interested in
biology and geology, collected many specimens for the
Science Department. The specimens were used to help
the members and are now on permanent display.
The club is the only science club representing
Browne. They held many activities to raise money for
their trips, most of which were one day, short distance,
In early October the club went to the San Francisco
Peaks area. They visited Payson and Kohls Ranch dur-
ing winter recess. They also visited Sabino Canyon,
Tonto National Forest and the Apache Trail second se-
mester. In May they went for an overnight trip to Greer.
The club was sponsored by Ms. Burton and Mr.
LaRue. The two sponsors did a lot of teaching in the
field. The club had about fifteen members, all of which
voted on where to go and what to do.
Field Science Officers
President ....................................................... Kenneth New
Vice-President ....... ............. T erri Niska
Treasurer ......... ............. W arren Harris
Secretary ...... ......... W anda Downing
T r ing to do it ull!
Row one: Trish Bauer, Felicia McGinty. Row two: Paul Dumm, Lee Poindexter. Row three: Chris White, Dean Donovan,
Tehran, Valerie Brown, Irene Leon, loe Bushong, Iana Auerbach, Chrisman, Lee Draper, Martin Wegmueller, Annette Slack, Iohn
Debbie Tooms, Nancy Alvarez, Sabine Steinborn, Iennifer French, Angie Cahill, lan Kerber, Todd Hopper, Andy Wilson, Chris Wood
Charmane Polmanteer, Miyuki Okimoto, Donna Goff, Paula Row four: Tina Hughes, Mary Herrera, Lynn Skinner.
This year's Student Government
kept very busy. Under new
advisement, Mr. Evanstock, they went
through many changes.
Homecoming was held earlier than
usual this year so student government
met before school and began to start
planning it and other major yearly
events. They planned spirit weeks,
assemblies, dress up days, the Christ-
mas Formal, the Prom, the senior slide
show, Springfest, and other various
In order to raise funds for all those
events they sold hats, bumper stickers,
spirit shakers, cups and carnations.
They also worked in the concession
stand at home football games.
- Student Body left to right: lohn Iones tTreasurerl, Lynn Skinner tllecording Secretaryl,
Felicia McGinty tPresidentl, Mary Herrera tVice Presidentl, Tina Hughes tCorresponding
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Class row one: Debbie Tooms Cfreasurerl, Donna Gott QVice
lana Auerbach fllepresentativej, Miyuki Okimoto fforeign ex-
student from Iapanj. Row two: Todd Hopper Cllepresentativel,
Wegmueller ftoreign exchange student from Switzerlandl, Lee Teh-
Ctoreign exchange student from Francej, Ioe Bushong fPresidentQ, Lee
Class row one: Angie Cahill fSecretaryj, Nancy Alvarez fVice
Sabine Steinborn fTreasurerJ, Annette Slack CPresidentl, Paula
fllepresentativel. Row two: Chris Wood Glepresentativel.
Sophomore Class row one: Natalie Chrisman fTreasurerJ, Chris
White fVice Presidentl, Irene Leon fPresidentl, lan Kerber fSecretaryJ,
Paul Dumm Qllepresentativel. Row two: Trish Bauer Qllepresentativel.
Freshmen Class left to right: Valerie Brown fVice Presidentl, Ienni-
fer French CSecretaryl, Charrnane Polmanteer fPresidentl, Andy Wilson
Cllepresentativej, Dean Donovan CTreasurerj.
RCTC developes oung mind
Left to right: Marvin Hernandez, Iarnes Hopkins, Stacy Settle, Eugene Iennings, Vonnie Iohnson, Sgt. Miedowicz, Ed Roberts.
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The purpose of the Iunior Reserve Officers Training
Corps is to develop young minds for leadership training.
The cadets' training includes extra curricular activities
such as Male and Female teams which perform in com-
petition representing Browne, Rangers adventure train-
ing, Color Guard which performs at various ceremonies,
and performing in rifle matches. Besides leadership de-
velopment, the cadets learn first aid, map reading,
history, M16 rifle, and much more.
This year's ROTC kept itself very busy performing,
learning and helping others. They raised 5610.34 in the
Gompers collection in October and collected over 6,000
pounds of canned food in Browne's Can Drive. The
Rangers went on a trip to Reeves Ranch in October and
all the cadets visited Fort Bliss in April. They placed
sixth in the Veterans' Day Parade and the Drill Teams
performed at the Brigade Drill Meet at Browne and the
Black lack Drill Meet at ASU. The cadets also demon-
strated rapelling techniques down the Arts building in
Students Search for
quality in education
Students for Ouality Education,
an organization created last year at
Browne, is dedicated to protecting
the rights of students in the
Phoenix Union High School Dis-
SOE members are always present
at board meetings to find out what
might affect the quality of educa-
tion in the district. They are also
helpful in letting the board know
what the students think and feel.
If any student is curious as to
what changes are coming about in
our school and our district all they
need do is consult SOE.
Chairman ................ Randy Merrill
Co-Chairman ............... Terri Niska
Secretary ............ ....... J ohn Niska
Row one: Robert Copus, Ianet Thompson, Mike Hilher Row two Randy Merrill Terry Niska K
New, Fred AmAnte. Not pictured: lohn Niska
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In lanuary Browne's DECA
chapter sponsored a 4X4 Show in
the football stadium. There were
seventeen participants in the com-
petition and four other trucks that
were there just for show.
The six hour show was high-
lighted by a visit from KUPD disc
jockey Dave "Rock Me Baby" Pratt.
Trophies were also given to the top
DECA also aided in a bigger and
better 4X4 Show in May which was
sponsored by Arizona Offroad Mag-
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Spring eaneert highlights
year for performance dancers
Row one: Amy Dekarske, Dawn Foley, Cathy Devenpeck, lane lones, Lori Meek, Mrs. Altemus Greg Vinas Laurie Michelson
DeRosa, Donna Herzner, Lisa Parra. Row two: Kari Gentry, Vanessa Perez, Ronda Piergallini Dawn Archuleta
Keane, Ienna Owens, Rose Gregoire. Row three: Sonya May, Cindy
In lanuary of each year auditions
are held for performance dance for
the following school year. Any
sophomore or junior who has com-
pleted beginning or intermediate
dance is eligible to try-out.
The performance dance class is
involved in many performances
throughout the year both on and off
The school year culminates in an
elaborate dance concert. The entire
dance department is involved with
student from beginning, intermedi-
ate, advanced, and performance
dance included in the production.
The concert is always exciting and
VICA teaches needed sl-fills
to interested students
w one: Dawn Foley, Tina Brown, Kevin Scott, Steve Terreault, Rich
nslow, Greg Hayden, Viki Deason. Row two: Michelle Lee, Kath-
n DeGrise, Andy Harris, Scot Oglesby, Michael Shore, Allen Mills.
VICA stands for Vocational Industrial Clubs of
VICA is the club and ICE is the class. Both the class
:nd club teach the students responsibility. It also pre-
tares them for the working world. The sponsors are
elpful in finding the members jobs.
Trevor Browne's VICA has recently attended state
'ICA elections in Tucson where Scott Oglesby was
lected as regional historian.
I The club went into cooperation with Maryvale's VICA
ub this year. The two clubs acted as dummies in one
a local hospitals disaster drills. They also aided Mr.
avis in making "toys for tots."
Row three: Mr. Troxel, Bill Witzigman, David Cronauer, lohn Wright,
Mike Godbehere, lohn Root, Walter Neitch.
President .............. ............................
Vice President ........ .............. V iki Deason
Secretary .................... ..................... M ike Shore
Treasurer ....................... ....... K athleen De Grise
Reporter Historian ......... ......... S cott Ogelsby
Parliamentarian ......... ...... W alter Neitch
Sponsor ....................... ....... R ichard Troxel
Guild brings bizarre
World to Trevor Browne
The Guild is a new club at Trevor Browne. It was
created by Mr. Black, social studies teacher, several
years ago at Maryvale High School and in a short time
attracted considerable attention due to it's outlandish
activities. In one year alone, the club organized an as-
sembly to promote school unity and understanding
against student violence. Strange and unusual art by
members of The Guild was featured in the library
display windows at Maryvale, statues of famous people
in history along with flags, helmets, minature battles of
famous historical clashes, and military uniforms of the
past were displayed for the entire Phoenix Union High
School District to observe.
The Guild consists of several mini-chapters an
members may if they wish engage in any, all, or non
of the activities proposed by the various mini-chapter
The mini-chapters consist of The Arts 61 Crafts Guil
which displays works of arts S! crafts made by th
members, The Guild Little Magazine which will featur
thoughts, opinions, poetry, writings, etc. By member
and The Bizarre Guild which encourages independe
thought, creativity, and sheer zaniness through "secr
missions" known only to members of the club.
Row one: Maridee Langston, Eric Iones, Ayesha El-Shabazz, Chris Row two: Michelle Jones, ShiIl9Y S016-mki, Dee DHHS, Lisa Dennl
Boblet, Carl Roberts, Chuck Wyatt, Melody Gracy, Iuli Mitchell-Rupp. Tina K9m'31'1Y, Malt Eckef, Rob Marsden, MI- Black, Jimmie lOhl1SiOl1,
Learning to lead
one: Lori Foote, Missy Porter, Cindy Hernandez, Antonia Macc, Debbie Cushing. Row
Pam Kigbt, Monica Delahanty, Tina Ramirez, Chandra Horne, Lynn Brown. Row three:
Kaiser, Robin Espindola, Karen Peter, Tracy Iohnson, Susan Avila. Row four: Michael
Newell Randon, Raymond Federico, Maria Marshell, Terri Proulx. Not pictured: Lisa
r, Donna Herzner, Iudy Nuanez, Mrs. Bradford.
ne: Kris Krisell, Nancy Tovar, Gina Martinez, Bill Clark. Row two: Connie Van
Michelle Winetrout, Tammy DeGurski, Tammy Mason, Tina Smith, Erica Gibson. Row
Robert Higgins, Tony Charbeneau, Ferrell Dees, Kathy Swarthout, Cindi Iones, Belinda
Row four: Billy Wamrnack, Kyle Kissel, Will Martin, Wes Bauer, Dan Crawford, Mrs.
HERO I Officers
President ........... Deborah Cushing
Vice President ....... Tracy Johnson
Recording Sec.Monica Delahanty
Corresponding Sec ...Lynn Brown
Treasurer ........... Cindy Hernandez
Historian ...................... Susan Avila
Reporter .............. Robin Espendola
Public Relations ....... Terri Proulx
Sponsor ................... Betty Bradford
HERO II Officers
President ....................... Kris Krisell
Vice President ........... Nancy Tovar
Secretary ................ Gina Martinez
Treasurer ..... ............ B ill Clark
Sponsor ...... ..... E leanor West
Students become skiers
in Browne Ski Club
Ski Club Officers The Ski Club is a new club on campus that was orga
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Treasurer ................................................... Candy McCarty Harris. The club took various school trips this year t
Secretary .............................................. Michelle Gammon Sunrise and Purgatory. The members of the club paye
their own way on all of the trips.
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Hutchings, Drew Towns, Terry Niska, Andrea Guest, Matthew Ecker,
Lee Draper. Row four: left Klever, Brook Morris. Not pictured: Trini
Gallegos, Stacy Rieter.
,on dedicated to the through President .................................................... Matthew Ecker
xposure to the many developed Vice President ........................................... Tom Wilkerson
nrough the ages. Treasurer ............... ......... J ared Coursey
The 1983-84 club met ev- Secretary .................................... ......... A ndrea Guest
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Row one: Kathy Dykstra, Felicia McGinty, Bobbie Penquite, Leslie
Hargas, Cathy Watters. Row two: Lisa Hancock, Margie Trujillo, Ran-
dy Merril, Elenor Bandi. Row three: Robert Copus, Eric Benton, Heidi
Close-Up is an organization designed for helping stu-
dents learn about their government "close-up."
The Close-Up members spent most of the year raising
funds for their trip to Washington DC in April. Some of
their fund raisers included candy and bake sales. They
also participated in a bike-a-thon in Ianuary.
In preparation for their April trip the students attend-
Bryant, Mike Hernandez, Ieff Sing, Ken New, Terri Niska, Christin
Pirkey, Paula Poindexter, Mr. Smith.
ed an Arizona Close-Up workshop at West High Schoo
In March the group visited the State Capitol to becom
familiar with it.
In Washington the students toured the city and spe
an entire day at the Capitol Building. They learne
about our government first hand. They also got to me
the representatives from Arizona.
Club shocks Campus
to right: Kelley Leonard, Scott Squires, Chuck Ford, Eric McCollum, Mr. Robinson. Not pic-
lohn McCall, Troy Fuller, Mike Belleavione, Gary lemison, Edward lohnson.
The Electronics Club is new to
Browne. It is for students who are
interested in high tech electronic
The club explored all aspects of
electronics which included building
things like anti-theft devices,
burglar alarms and other hardware.
They also worked with a micro
processer computer trainer.
The students learned vital infor-
mation about a growing work field.
They were encouraged to accelerate
as fast as they wished.
Cooperative Office Education is a work study progra
Students learn office skills
g in COE program
Row one: Evelyn Valdez, Kris Purchase, Vada Kainak, Lori Zapata,
Tina Hughes, Amy Dekarske, Donna McKinney, Kristine Kupar. Row
two: Michelle Pryor, Donna Gott, Ianel Stringham, Iulie Eaggy, Teresa
Hebenstreit, Iulie Beem, Ingrid Van Woesik, Lesa Cook. Row three:
Lori Zapata ...... ................................. ............. P r esident
Tina Hughes .......
Amy Dekarske ......
Veda Kasinalr .......
Kris Purchase .......
Tonya Reasons, Kris Vasquez, Becky Taylor, Sharon Ertel, Debbie
Murrell, Mike Camacho, Rhonda Horn, Rene Knowlton, Roberta Thys,
Liz Taylor, Mrs. Bondon lcoordinatorl.
for seniors who have a career interest in office educa
tion. The program blends afternoon on-the-job trainin
with a related class. Students receive one credit for th
class and two credits for working. The student gains oc
cupational guidance, saleable job skills, wholesom
work attitudes and habits, and develops a feeling of sel
worth and achievement.
As a part of the total program, these students als
make up the COE Club whose main function is to rais
funds for the end-of-the year banquet to honor their em
ployers. Other fun outings and a three day trip t
California were planned.
e: Erik Ciiizen, Warren Harris, Heather Magill. Row two: Mr.
Iohn Nehrbass, Tim Hatiendorf, Drew Towns, Tim Far, Mr.
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President ...................... Warren Harris
Vice President .......... Tim Hattendorf
Treasurer ..................... John Nehrbass
Secretary .................... Heather Magill
Sponsors ....... .................. M r. Gibson
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Lalo, Carla Harvey, Dailene Begaye, Bonnie Zimmerman. Row three:
Native American Club Officers
Presidents ................... Dailene Begaye and Tim Booth
Vice President ............................................... Sandy Smith
Secretary ............. ....................... B onnie Zimmerman
Treasurer .................... ............................... E dison Haskie
Sergeant-at-arms ............... Greg James and Bill Blair
Sponsors ......................... Pat Helton and Arlene Ranck
The Native American Club at Trevor Browne gives
dian students a chance to explore their culture.
club participated in many activities this year that het
them to better understand their ancestors. Some oi the
were: the San Diego Indian Fair, youth leadership NIE
Arizona Indian Market Day, the Scottsdale Pow Wo
and the Fort McDowell Apache Pow Wow.
The club helped other schools with their Indian ct
tural days as well as having their own fashion show ar
pow wow. They helped the prisons and shared the
culture and also performed services for senior citizens
the Phoenix Indian Center.
The club gave its members a chance to get togeth
and share their experiences while learning abo
Rodeo Club keeps on buekin'
w one: Vance Acton, Scott Schroeder, Rick Amundson, Carl
berts. Row two: Bill Brown, Danny Rosenau, Greg King, Carla
kins, Charlie Needham, Lisa Foley, Lori Kinsy, Greg Gunsch, Mary
bbs, Angie Sandstedt, Mark Boswell, Iulie Schroeder, Steve Grier,
Rodeo Club Officers
esrdent ..................................................... Wendy Tolliver
ice President ....... ...... M ark Boswell
reasurer ............. ............ L isa Foley
cretary ....... .................................... C arla Jenkins
......Bruce Sharp and Tamra Wright
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Lisa Shaw, Suzanne Wade. Not pictured: Wendy Tolliver, lvy Her-
sey, Iackie Frazee, Yuki Langston, lim Cicogni, Tad Davis, Dresden
Ground, Tom Iohnson, Mr. Sharp, Mrs. Wright.
The l983-84 Rodeo Club is in its third year running
and they're still buckin! This year they sponsored their
members participating in the AIRA Rodeo and also
High School Rodeos.
In order to sponsor riders, the Rodeo club pays as
much as possible ot their rodeo entry fees with the Ro-
deo Club funds. The money raising activities they
planned and participated in this year were, bake sales,
car washes, carnation sales, and various special message
Lights, Camera, action
The cast and crew of the Bruin
News is made up of students who
devote some of their free time Cand
in most cases their sanity, to make
a news program. Each show is de-
signed to present stories that are
both informative and entertaining.
Editor and Anchor
C'est la vie
ow one: Richard McKinley, Natalie Chrisrnan, Kevin Hunt,
charonne Erickson, Cindy Hunt, Mrs. Harthun. Row two: Renee
This year's Trevor Browne French Club has had a
ide variety of experiences to obtain better knowledge
f the French people and their customs. Mrs. Harthun
ok her club to a French restaurant, the art museum,
nd even treated them to a French dinner in her home.
Warren, Trish Bauer, James Hopkins, Renee Allen, Lorane Revels,
This gave the students an opportunity to taste the tradi-
tional French food and study the unique French art
This club served a very good purpose. It gave the stu-
dents a better understanding of the French culture.
We act not what We are
my We say not what We mean
Row one: Paula Poindexter, Cathy Watters, Tina Kemarly, Chad
Halvorson. Row two: Mellody Young, Ayesha ElShabazz, Kendra
Kemarly, Deanie Copley, Diane Childress, Bobbie Penquite, Sandra
Lavery, Matt Sandberg. Row three: Georgia Young, leanette Yielding,
President ....................................................... Tina Kemarly
Vice President ........ ....... C athy Watters
Treasurer .............. ........ D anny Ashlock
Secretary ..... ........ P aula Poindexter
Historian ..... ....... C had Halverson
Sponsors ...... ....... P hyllis Bromley
Teresa Sims, Mark Nehrbass, Lee Iohnson, Ron Kuhn, Teddy Smith
Row four: Ms. Carolan, Ken Van Horn, Mike Gipson, lim Yielding
Steve Mitchell, David Williams, Erik McCollum. Not shown: Ms
Thespians is a group of students that are learning t
be actors and actresses. They also learn stagecraft an
other theater techniques.
The Thespians keep themselves busy throughout th
year. They participated in Open House, helping to mak
it a great success. They also built a float to
Homecoming and it placed third. But, most of all the
Thespians perform plays to earn money to do more
Browne's Thespians is a strong group and is very re-
spected by those who understand them.
German club investigates
Culture af far away land
The purpose of the German club is to promote a bet-
r understanding of the German culture among the stu-
nts of Trevor G. Browne High School.
The members study the various aspects of the German
-eople including their language. Their year was spent
etting to know the culture through many different
one: Lisa Hancock, Kathy Dykstra, Cindy Sannar, Mrs. Glazner.
two: Wanda Downing, Ted Smith, David Burns, Steve Dentler,
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Treasurer ................. ............. T ed Smith
Historian .................... ........ S teve Dentler
Sergeant-at-Arms ....... ............. C huck Lazarr
Sponsor ....................... ....... F raulein Glazner
Model UN Officers
Randy Merrill ...... ............... P resident
Danny Ashlock ....... ........ V ice President
Cathy Watters ........ ............... S ecretary
Paula Poindexter ...... ..... T reasurer
Kathleen Barraza ........ ........... .Sponsor
Row one: Robert Copus, Bena Patel, Bobbie Penquite, Kathleen
Barraza. Row two: Warren Harris, Tina Kemarly, Ken New, Heather
Magill, Ken Van Horn, Danny Ashlock, Cathy Watters, Row three:
Politics and peace
de Model U delegates
students with the opportunity to learn about the pra
tices of the United Nations. The club gives its membe
experience in political decision making processes a
helps them to better understand the problems, issue
and conflicts that other countries face.
In an annual event, held at the University of Arizona
clubs from each high school in Arizona come together 1
The Model United Nations is a club which provide
form a mock United Nations session. Each clu
researches and represents one or more countries. At t
conference, the clubs try to vote and function as the
adopted countries would.
This year's twenty-six member club, sponsored
Gambia at the U of
Kathleen Barraza and Halldor
France, Finland, Panama and
Conwell Ponath, Randy Merrill, lohn Niska, Terri Niska,
Am'1-inte, Georgia Young, Keith lames, Theodore Smith,
Poindexter, Richard Solter.
Dungeons and Dragons brings
ole-playing adventure to Browne
w one: Mr. Sacco, Ryan VanDeurzen, Ronnie Faulkner, Ioe
rvantez, Mike Connard, Iohn Nislra, Gynn Van der Muller. Row
o: Randy Merrill, Bob Wells, David Brown, Terri Niska, Janet
Dungeons and Dragons Officers
esident ................................................................ Ken New
ce President ........ ...... ....... R o bert Marsden
cretary ........... ....... J oe Cervantez
easurer ........ ......... T erri Niska
Thompson, Ken New, Rob Marsden. Row three: Chris Love, Chris
Walene, Ms. Mangan, Paul Schmidt, Philip Mandell, Mark Green.
The Dungeons and Dragons club is composed of stu-
dents who enjoy role-playing games. In addition to Dun-
geons and Dragons the members play Star Frontiers,
Gamma World, and Champions.
Spirit and wreestling giv
Row one: Lynn Skinner, Nancy Alvarez, Felicia McGinty, Lisa Lough,
Lisa Sapien, Debbie Montgomery. Row two: Susan Parks, Michelle
Wrestleretts were a group of girls that promoted spirit
and provided the wrestling team with support. They did
this by cheering at matches and invitationals.
The Wrestleretts raised funds for their uniforms and
transportation by washing windows, selling balloons at
football games, selling carnations as well as other
Requirements to be on the Wrestlerett squad includes
tryouts at the end of the year, maintaining at least a 3.0
grade point average and lots of school spirit.
The captain was Felicia McGinty. Rosalinda Padilla,
Chris Sauer and Lynn Skinner were co-captains.
President ........................................................... Chris Sauer
Vice President ........ ....... R osalinda Padilla
Treasurer .............. ............. B eth Conner
Secretary ........... ................................... L ynn Skinner
Co-Secretary ........ ..................................... N ancy Alvarez
Sponsors ............ ...... M r. Sharp and Evelyn Gonzales
Cheeche, Missy Connor, Beth Connor, Susan Harris, Chris
Chris Hedstrom, Rosalinda Padilla, Suzie Hill.
restleretts C1 reason to Cheer
Staff learns journallsm acts
The Bear Facts staff is responsi-
ble for keeping the student body
informed about the school and com-
munity through the production of
The students in the newspaper
class must do everything that is
necessary to print the paper. This
includes taking the pictures, writing
the stories, typesetting the copy,
selling ads, and pasting down the
layouts. Bear Fact's stories stretch
from sports and features to editorial
and hard news.
This year was a building and
training one for the staff. Under
editors Robin McKinley and Chris
Pirkey and advisor Mrs. Ranck, the
class learned most of the
fundamentals of journalism and
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ueller. Row two: loy Cox, Warren Harris, Shawn Gates, Deanna Rogers, Brian Brookman, Mr. Hjalmarson, Carl Roberts, Bob Sertich,
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The Lair staff is responsible for
the production and accuracy of
Trevor Browne's yearbook. The stu-
dents must do all the layouts, copy
and pictures themselves.
This year the Lair continued its
photographic excellence. It was
also larger and included more color
than the books of the past few
The staff members had to contend
with a tempermental editor, but still
managed to keep their sanity and
got the work done.
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This has been a banner year for Trevor G. Browne
High School. You have made all the difference.
Numerous teachers have given you many, many
reviews for the outstanding quality of academic achieve-
ment you have attained this year. They have indicated
that motivation levels have been high, and that you have
been working hard. That is as it should be because the
school's main goal is to see to it that you are a different
person when you leave here than you were when you
came. We are going to do that by giving you an educa-
tion. We expect that education to help you grow.
However, the most important thing is not the education,
but in your discovery of its meaning. It is what you do
with the education that makes the difference. No amount
of education is worth much if it is not used. We are
hoping that you will use it, both for yourself, and
In order for you to get the knowledge and skills
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need, you must learn to seek out resources. You must
awake aware and action oriented. You must learn to
persistent, not give up easily if you want something. T
things you want are moving targets. You will have
keep aiming at them until you hit the bull's eye. Abo
all, you can't expect anyone else to see you as ten fe1
tall, if you see yourself as three feet tall.
We are proud of you and your success. Many wonder
ful things have happened this year. Among them ha
been the building of greater student responsibilit
which, in turn has helped the maturation of many stu
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year a BIG, BIG, success.
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Another year draws toward a new
beginning-especially for our
Each year I am more impressed at
the quality of our Trevor Browne stu-
dents-their attitudes, their behavior,
and their successful achievements.
A new Trevor G. Browne is emerg-
ing. Others are beginning to recog-
nize the quality of our students and
the dedication of our staff.
We are seeking ways to reward
excellence in the classroom and
student commitment to learning.
Let us continue our search for
The opportunity is yours at Trevor
Browne High School. The opportunity
to learn, to participate, to prepare, to
meet new people. Your future is in
your hands but the faculty and staff
are here to assist you in every way
possible. These can be some of the
best years of your life Qin preparing
for your futurej if you had or will take
advantage of all that is offered at your
school. Reach out and ask for
assistance. My door is open to you!
It bas been a great pleasure to be
here at Trevor Browne my first year.
The students, teachers, and staff have
been great to work with, and have
belped me to adjust to Trevor Browne.
I am looking forward to many more
rewarding and satisfying years.
Secretaries keep BroWne's
odmlmstrotion running smoothly
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The secretaries in the front office are all-important in
keeping order in the administrative department of
Trevor Browne. They keep things running smoothly for
the administrators and keep records of students. These
dedicated women are always willing to help students
and faculty and are indespensable to their employers.
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of every student's high school life. Counselors are ready
a t and willing to help students with schedule problems as
5 well as problems with family, teachers and friends. They
iii H VA I T are also essential in helping students prepare for college
by providing college and financial aid information.
. New counselors this year were Mr. Neisent, Mrs.
" McDaniel and Mrs. Lowe. '
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develop their English skills. Advanced Placement English
, Aja' provides challenges for the senior English student.
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wwf, Banck and Mrs. Mooningham, this year.
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English 3-4, English 7-8
English 3-4A, English
dents cl solid background
English 5-6, English 7-8
A Ileana Orlich
English 1-2, English 7-BC
English 3-4, English 3-4WE
Arline Ranck Marcella Stewart William Tanner
Eng. 1-2, Iournalism, Eng. 5-6, Eng. 3-4WE, Eng English 3-4, English 5-6C
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Arizona History f Government
World History, Amer. His.
This year the Social
Studies Department added
three new teachers to its tal-
ented staff: Mr. Ranshaw,
Mr. Black and Mr. Smith.
This staff makes required
classes such as Government,
History and Free Enterprise
bearable. Classes offered in
the department are: Ameri-
can History, American
Government, Free Enter-
prise, World History, World
Free Enterprise, Amer.
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Dorothy Bender Meg Burton
Chair, Biology l-2 81 Biology 1-2 Sz l-2A
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Earth 81 Space Science Secretary
Coleen Roth Cecil Walker
Biology, Gen. Science Chemistry, E. 81 Space
Richard Harkins Mae Iones
Biology, Chem., Physics Earth 61 Space Science
There were many changes in the Science Department
this year. Mrs. Bender became the new Department
Head and there were several new faculty members. Mr.
LaRue came from Carl Hayden and taught Earth and
Space Science. Mrs. Jones, from South Mountain, taught
Earth and Space Science, General Science and ESP
Science. Mrs. Roth, from Alhambra, taught Biology and
Other classes included in the department are: Physics,
Chemistry, Advanced Biology and Advanced Chemistry.
The science faculty planted a live Christmas tree in
memory of Mr. lordan.
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Consumer Math, Gen. Math Int. Analysis, Algebra 1-2
Marge Hewette Patricia Mathews
Home Ee teaches
Classes in the Home Economics Department are de-
signed to develop skills that will be useful in the home
and in occupations such as food service and child care.
Classes included in the Home Ec Department are: Foods,
Clothing, Child Development, Human Relations, and
A new teacher at Browne, Mrs. Radell, teaches clothing.
The Math Department
is growing thanks to the
computer classes. There
were five computer
classes taught this year,
including a second year
Other classes offered
in the Math Department
are: Intro Algebra,
Algebra, General Math,
Math and Analysis.
Miss Peterson is a new
math teacher at Browne.
ESPgives dedicated care
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English, Basic Health
Eng., Am. His., Az. His.
The Exceptional Students Program is designed to meet
need specialized instruction
the needs of students who
to complete their high school education. This
department provides programs for gifted, learning dis-
abled, emotionally handicapped and mentally handi-
capped students. These programs allow the exceptional
student to participate as fully as possible in high school
life and society in general.
Mr. Cruickshank and Mrs. Bromley joined our dedi-
cated ESP staff this year.
Elsie Freeman Roger Goto
Basic Reading, English Voc. Prep., Math,
Charles Kane Marjorie Lauder
Consumer Math, English Department Chair
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EHSC Work Experience
Arts re ine students' skills
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Mixed Chorus, Piano Lab
Art, Ceramics, Drawing Photography, Drawing
Teresa Carolan Eyvonne Carter
Drama 1-2 St 3-5, Speech Beginning Dance
The Performing Arts Department at Trevor Browne of-
fers many ways for students to refine their talents and
gain experience in performing. This department offers a
wide variety of classes including Drama, Speech, Dance,
Stagecraft, Marching Band, Concert Band, Guitar, Piano,
Orchestra, Concert Choir and Chorus.
New teachers in the Performing Arts Department this
year were Mr. Felix and Mrs. Edgar.
The Art Department
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for students to develop
their artistic skills. Stu-
dents can study Drawing,
Crafts, Photography, Ad-
vertising, Design and Be-
Mrs. Meiners was new
to the Art Department
this year, teaching Pho-
tography and Drawing.
Drawing, Art, Pntg. Crft.
PE helps students stay in shape
lohn Brown Frank Gallagher
Wgts., Health, Adv. Sports Health, Weight Training
One of the most popular departments in this school is
the Physical Education Department. P.E. classes provide
ways for students to get in shape and stay that way. Stu-
dents are also able to improve their athletic skills and
learn how to keep themselves healthy.
Classes offered include: Gymnastics, Weight Training,
Advanced Sports, General Physical Education, and
Mr. Baker joined the P.E. staff this year.
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Health, Gym., PE l-8 Health, PE 1-8
Bill Mitton lerry Zamboni
Weight Training Health
Reading expands students
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MRT Reading Skills, ESL Basic Skills Center
Trevor Browne's Reading Department provides classes s
which help students to improve their language skills '
and increase their vocabulary. This year Mrs. Monihan ,
joined the staff in the Reading Department. These teach-
ers urge their students to read more books in order to 4
expand their minds and pass time creatively, and also to ,
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Opportunity Hall is a program designed to isolate stu-
dents with disciplinary problems from their regular
routines. While in Opportunity Hall students must stay
quiet and busy, working on assignments.
This year Marilyn Frantz was in charge of Opportunity
Training for the business World
Typing, COE Bus. Machines, Marketing Typing
New if if 1
Rosaline Perez Robert Salviano
Shorthand, Typing TABS, Typing
The Business Department at Trevor Browne offers a
large variety of classes designed to help students plan-
ning to enter the business world.
Classes offered are: Beginning and Intermediate Typ-
ing, Office Typing, Beginning and Advanced
Accounting, Business English, General Business, TABS,
Beginning and Advanced Shorthand, Business Ma-
chines, Beginning and Advanced Marketing, and COE.
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Dept. Chair, Accounting
Industrial training taught
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Dept. Chair, ICE
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Industrial Arts classes are a good opportunity for stu-
dents to learn how to work in areas related to industry.
The classes offered in this department are: General
Shop, Electronics, Woods, Metals, Auto Shop and Draft-
Mr. Ragan is the department's new Auto Shop
King and SFC Miedowicz.
SFC Norbert Miedowicz
The enrollment in ROTC this year improved greatly,
from about eighty last year to 139. Four levels 'of ROTC
are taught in five classes. Classes are taught by ,SFC
The IMC has it all
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The Instructional Materials Center at Browne is dedi-
cated to providing faculty and students with the informa-
tion they need. Besides providing informational books,
the library has a large selection of books that can be
read for enjoyment, and also a well stacked magazine
rack. Adjacent to the library is the Audio Visual Center,
which provides classes with video taped materials and
gives students the opportunity to learn about producing
television programs and broadcasting through firsthand
Exhibits of hobbies, crafts and collections are present-
ed in the library whenever possible.
This year the library had a new circulation clerk, Miss
The Foreign Language Department offers students a
chance to learn a different language. Knowing foreign
languages can be very useful when traveling. Besides
that, learning a new language is fun, and some colleges
require that students can speak at least one language
other than their own.
Our department at Trevor Browne offers two years of
Spanish and German, and three years of French.
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German 1-2 81 3-4
l-2, 3-4 81 5-6
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Susan Barrett Iulie Bateman Tammy Bauer Wesley Bauer
Ty BaXieI Iulie Beem Steve Beery Ross Bergstedt
Randy Bettis Larry Black Starr Blair Chris Boblet
Mark Boswell Steve Boulden Amy BOWHIHD Paul Boyer
Eli Brito Ioe Brookman Karen Brooks Todd Broster
Lynn Brown Marianne Brown
William Brymer Kelly Bryson
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Lesa Cook Deanie Copley Lynnette Cosper Iarrod Coursey
Iohn Cozens Cheryl Crary David Crenauer
Debbie Cushing Ramon Daniels Liz Davenhauer Barry Davis
Tad Davis Kathleen DeGryse Tammy DeGurski
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Diana Lancy Danny Leon
Eric Lowe Ramon Lucero
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Being of sound mind an
I Tina Kemarly being of relatively sound mind and
body, do hereby leave the trials and tribulations of
Troupe 1009 to Cathy, Chad, Danny, Paula or whoever
else is crazy enough to take them. I leave to Lori B.
some good common sense. To Mark, some faith and
some patience. Ayesha, I leave you a little tolerance for
other people fwe're not all that badll To Miss T., I leave
a little good luck. To David and Lee the ability to not
make everyone's life so miserable, I know it'll be rough!
To Matt and Georgia I leave the possibility of becoming
an upper classmen. Mike, I leave you the ability to
graduate and to Eric some driving ability. Finally, to my
little sissy Drada, I need to leave only the good times,
and the talent for having fun. She's got everything else.
Good luck T.G.B., you're gonna need it.
I Margaret QGaretl Maltby will to my brother, and sis-
ter, and ones to come to T.G.B., all the fun times they
can have while passing all their classes. Make Mom and
Dad proud of ya. To Munchkin and Muffy thanks for all
the good times we shared. We had our ups, and our
downs, but if it wasn't for you guys I wouldn't of made
it this year. Thanks for being there when I needed a
shoulder to cry on. To all my friends I love ya all, and
thanks for everything. To Mrs. Dewberry thanks for my
last year. I hope ya have more aids like me. I'll remem-
ber you always. To all the teachers I've had thanks for
the good years. Last but not least, I want to thank my
parents for 4 good years of high school, I love ya both.
To everybody good luck in the future, may all your
dreams come true. Long live T.G.B.
I Kathleen De Gryse will to Wendy Floyd my white
kitty and all the great times we had in Colorado. "Don't
forget about Hawaii." May our memories live on! To
Greg Vinas, a real sweetie, a dozen Snicker bars fre-
member 240 calories, to save for a rainy day. To Rachel,
Brenda, Laurie, Rose and Sharon, thanks for all the
memories. To Barbara Docken, thanks for all the talks.
To Christina Prickett, the awesome and crazy weekends
we had. Especially all the C.P.'s fHa!Ha!l. To Scottie
"Ioe Driver" lohnson, I'm sure you won't forget all the
good times we had in Physics. "lust Right" weren't they!
To Ioe Bushong, thanks for being a true friend, To Ken
Skehan, a pair of Levi's one size bigger! By the way
Ken, which way to the beach? To my friends at T.G.B. I
say goodbye, it's been real.
Kathleen De Cryse "84"
I Kathy Welsh of sound state and mind will. Michel
French the ability to make spaghetti with Vince Neil e
ery night for dinner. To Rachael Wrbelis, the ability
find her own boyfriends. To Tammy Long, forget abo
lohn, he's just a lifesaver. To Sharon Clark, my car,
know how much you hate to walk, GOOD LUCK!
lohn Moran, my ability to get through four years of H.
look where you ended up-BALD. To Bret Bartlett, I
leave my love and especially my honesty. To Ralph Ar
my hair, I know how much he dreads getting sheere
And to all under classmen, the luck I never had wit
I, Lorene Hook, being of sound mind fValerie don
laughl and sound body do bequeath: To Tammy Roma
the gorgeous shelf in my locker so that each time s
puts her books away next year she thinks of me in so
far and distant land fA.S.U.l To some kind an
courageous soul I leave the difficult task of reading t
announcements to a group of people who DON'
CARE!! To Mr. Frison I leave the hope that he will fin
someone else to embarrass and confuse after I'm gon
And to Mr. Cady and Mr. Hjalmarson I leave m
admiration and thanks for the influence they have ha
on my life.
I, Valerie Fritz, leave to Susan Parks my mallets an
my bells, a roll of quarters to beat the sock off anyon
crazy enough to challenge you at a video game. To Ci
dy Muterspaugh I leave all my mosquito and ant bite
my insect repellent and the locker all 4 of us shared. T
Sal Rivera, I leave the cleverness to pack the bus an
not to let anything fall on you. To Kevin Collins I leav
a healthy supply of pens and correcto-type. To Gle
Dion, I leave my bag of excuses about being late t
sectionals. To Mr. Ashley I hope you get another stude
assistant to do all your dirty work for you. To Bar
Burner, I leave the long homework assignments, the fu
of being a wanted male and the wish to have a ver
wonderful and prosperous senior year. To Mr. Bishop,
leave a special thanks for being a truly great teache
To Lorene, I leave a friendship that will last a life tim
and the memories of a "different" kind of year.
I, Ross Bergstedt, will to the 84-85 DECA Chapter a
the patience and sanity remaining in reserve falthough
believe that this will not exist by the end of this yearl.
also will to Mrs. Hocken and the next Chapter all th
fun and love that stems from the wonderful organizatio
To all continuing and incoming students, the energy t
succeed and be happy in life. And finally to M
Demko, I will my diskette with all its great progra
that no longer can be accessed on directories i
ody I hereby will . . .
I, Deb Tooms, will to Lynn Skinner my brown and or-
nge shoestrings and all my Teddy Bears, also all my
reppy clothes along with my penny loafers. And my
bility to get the pennies out. I will to Christopher my
eight to play basketball, my long legs to play soccer,
nd my ability to play softball and when she finds time,
play golf. I will to Irene Leon fauthorized personnell
y Sun City Cheerleader outfit and my killer books. I
ill to Annette Slack my H1 position on the golf team. I
ill to Nancy Alvarez all my brilliant ideas. I will to Dr.
an my locker all my markers and my locker cleaning
bility. I will to all the treasurers Uohn, Natalie, Sabinel
e ability to get their reports done on time and a
alculator so they will always be correct.
I, Rosie Gregoire, being of sound mind jno thanks to
revor G. Browne H. SJ will to incoming freshmen the
asing I once had. To upcoming sophomores, I will all
e new experiences. To upcoming juniors, I will all the
artying I did, and all the trouble I never got caught in!
o all upcoming seniors, the knowledge to live it up,
ecause once it's over, it's overg make the best of what's
ft of your high school years. I will to all the girls, bet-
r looking guys with great personalities, fthe kind at
ther high schoolsl. I will that all who are younger
rothers or sisters, are not reminded of it, like being
om's little sister for God knows how long. The best of
ck, make Trevor Browne the greatest.
Rose Marie Gregoire
I, Kris Krisell, will to my little brother, Iimmy some of
y brains and the ability to stick with something that
e's started. To Teri Lapinski, I will ALL her blonde
reaks. To Michelle Hollmann, a big, heavy jacket to
ear. To Greg Soto, 8 fingers and 2 thumbs. QI'm break-
g them before I goll Fix the dents on my car, too! To
om Long, my dogs' sharp teeth if you come to my
ouse! To lim Lapinski, my love forever!
I, Lee Draper, being of very fast body and no mind
ill the following: To Toby, all the girls that used to
arm me. I also leave him the ability to train over the
mmer. To my brother Chris, the ability to study as lit-
e as possible and still pass his classes. To Student
overnment, another sucker who will be willing to drive
nywhere anytime for the good of the school fhopefully
obyl. To Erick McCollum, my quick thinking and hope
at he'll quit watching Dr. Who! To Mr. Sharp, my junk
od lunch. To Mr. Bishop, fno I'm not leaving you hair
r turtle waxl an umbrella to cut down on the glare
hen you are in the sun To Mr Hanley fWhy was
Kreughel such a schmuckl?l four more jokers that will
I, Mary Herrera, will to Sabine Steinborn my position
as captain of the Cheerline, and my jumps, also a fan-
tastic year. To Teresa Bratcher I leave you all the
clowns, smiles and happiness of all the world fl can't
forget Stella, Blanche and my backyardl. Thanks. To
Lynn Skinner, I will you a lifetime supply of our Student
Governing Board's sandwiches, cookies, and apples, my
position as Student Body V. P. and our song for the an-
swering service in Yearbook. Natalie Chrisman, our
songs, and a clean room. Teresa P., I leave you all the
shrimp and Tabs of today. Lisa Berlanga a good time
next year. To Mark Nixon, I leave you 1,000 dogs and
the New lam song. To Christine Woodard I leave you
something 2 years from now and tons of fun. To my
French buds a knowledge of what we're doing. To next
year's Yearbook, I leave someone just like me who can't
get their copy in on time. To everyone I forgot, a better
senior year than I had.
Hi ya'll! I, Tracy Neill, being of drugged mind and
thin body, do hereby bequeath, bestow, give, throw
away, junk, get-rid-of and so forth the following: Since I
have no surviving brothers or sisters at Trevor Browne
my locker and books are up grabs. Warning! The locker
is fried-it only works when it wants to. To my teachers
I leave the following: Mr. Bishop, a trip to a hair re-
placement center. To Mr. Ashley, an official Taco Bell
sign for his adobe shack. To Mrs. Hocken, the lady with
the Mercedes, I leave plenty of Tylenol for the head-
aches ahead. I can't think of anything to give Mrs. Olin
of the Cubby Hole, so I'll just wish her happy years
ahead. Now, for the students: To anyone who has Mr.
Bishop for English, I leave a pair of sunglasses to
deflect the glare. I leave the Cafeteria to anyone
wanting to die young. I leave El Oso Park to all who
wish, need, want, must have a little partying at lunchg
watch for the cops. I wish every student still attending
Trevor lots of luck. You'll need it with all the budget
changes and class-program changes and all. All I can
say is put on your leather and party as much as possi-
ble. It's the only way to survive 1984-85. Have fun and
hopefully I'll see you at the top, or the bottom, whichev-
er I end up at.
Bye Ya'll Tracy Neill
I, Mellody Young, being of twisted mind and body,
leave Ken Van Horny a lock of my hair to use as a
moustache. I also leave you a can of "RAID" toifight off
all the girls. To Danny I leave anything and everything
green. To Tina And Brian, my wishes for a most happy
life together. To my sister Georgia, I leave the hope of
someday finding a boyfriend who resembles Billy Idol,
Huey Lewis or Def Leppard. Lastly, to all the Thespians,
I will the hope that someday people will pronounce the
name of our organization correctly.-
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Row one: Suzie Hill, Lisa Lough, Lisa Sapien, Felicia McGinty, Susan
Harris, Susan Parks. Row two: Tracy Tompkins, Yvonne Pena, Beth
Conner, Chris Sauer, Michelle Cheche, Hosalinda Padilla, Sherrie
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the Wrestlerett parents and especially the following peo-
ple for all their help and support during the 83-84
wrestling season: Mr. and Mrs. Sauer, Mr. and Mrs.
Gonzales, Mrs. Lough, Mrs. Schoenradt, Mrs. Tompkins,
Mr. Parks, Mr. Garrett, Mr. Massingill and TGB
The two most important people in this group are our
sponsors, Mr. Sharp and Evelyn Gonzales. Mr. Sharp is
a very busy person, involved with other activities, yet
has taken time out and given love and support to the
Wrestleretts. Evelyn Gonzales is another sponsor who
means a lot for all the support and time she has given.
Without these two people, Wrestleretts could not contin-
Everyone has worked very hard to make this year a
successful one and the results are rewarding.
Shipman. Not pictured: Lynn Skinner, Missy Conner, Debbi
Montgomery, Nancy Alvarez, Christy Hedstrom, lulie Beem.
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Senior Wills continued
To Keely Brown I will the ability to handle all the
.S. I put up with this year. To Andrea Tatum I will the
bility to find someone to get along with next year. To
y brother Mikie, I will the brains to pass all his
lasses. To Mike Rogerson I will the ability to finally
mear Wade. To Mr. Ragan I will all those grass spider
ebs in my auto's locker. Also, thanks for making my
enior year the best yet. To Billy Black, I will the ability
be the best basketball player Trevor has ever had,
at shouldn't be too hard. To Ken Barrier I will the
bility to be the future "heart throb" of T.G.B. someday.
0 Iennifer Balzer, even though you're graduating, I will
e ability to put up with Lain. To Michelle Malsch,
ven though you're graduating I will the ability to beat
ou-know-who in you-know-what! Good Luck, and have
n in all you do! Maria Rogers
I, Rachel Steele, will to Rosie Gregoire l new car for
very football game next season 'cause you wrecked I
t every game last year. To Sharon Ertel all the Izod
hirts in California. To the bum in Whataburger, I will a
ew set of teeth and a blanket of his own. To Steve
erreault I will a pair of dark sunglasses to block the
lare of Mr. Bishop's head. To Mr. Bishop, I leave l
ex-ed class 'cause he needs it. To Mr. Ranshaw I leave
fingers and Krissy K.'s body when she turns 18. To
y best friend Brenda I will a 2nd white wedding
ress-I won't ask why you're wearing it this time-and
e best night ever on September 23rd. I think you'll
in the contest. And to loy Cox, My brain to do with as
he sees fit.
I, Robert G. Verville leave everything I had in High
chool so I won't have to remember it anymore. To Dan-
y Turner, Beth Butler, Mary Burne, Teresa Bratcher I'll
t you have anything you want because I told you I
ould. The only thing of value that I will leave anyone
my life, and I leave that to my girlfriend, Sherrie
hipman, soon to be Mrs, Sherrir Shipman. P.S. loved
oing to school here at T.G.B. Thanks to all my wild
ind craz teachers.
I, Mike Kuhlin, being of sound mind but not body
-:ill to the following: I will to Eddie Head all the lunch-
Eme' partying we did and all the Shasta he wants. To
hristine Meyers, don't forget our joke about your
rlothes. To Toni Mahlam, try not to burp in public
.nymore. To Dean Donovan, I will all the Copenhagen
e wants, so he doesn't have to ask anyone for a chew.
Also to Ioel Sing maybe by the time you play varsity
rlasketball they will win a game. And finally to Karen
alvorson, anything I got it's yours. The Budacas thanks
or all the good times we had, including all the inci-
lents we had through the years.
I, Todd Hopper, being of 507: mind and 252 body
will to all athletes all my surgeries and aches and pains.
To Eddie Head, I leave the famous sandpit guard. To
Tommy Marquez, I leave all my so called flirting abili-
ties. To Sabine I give all my love and anything else she
takes. To administration I will the ability to see things
the way we do and the ability to remember you are here
to help not to imprison. To the Budacas, I leave all the
memories of the girls, minor conflicts, and all corn
hauling. There is plenty more to come. And to T.G.B. I
leave all the fun possible, a State Championship in foot-
ball and baseball, and a winning season in basketball
I, Scott Willians leave to my old chums and chumetts
the following: To Brat Gates I leave the job that I got
her. You had better not mess it up or I'll tell everyone
that you know your a "NC,NB,BB,W". Shawn just think
of the fun you'll have with "Boy Ha1". To Lisa Berlanga,
I leave "woo-woo hey sexy" whenever she needs it next
year. To Kelly Huff, Aubrey, Porter I leave the ability to
respect Shawn. To Vermon I leave nothing. To the girls
in my sixth-hour class, I leave all my home-ec talents.
To Danny Turner I leave this message: "Nobody Likes a
brat." To lulie "Slash-oh I cut my finger!" Schroeder,
I leave a box of bandages and my job on the Yearbook,
whatever it may be. To Ronda Pergalina I leave Shawn,
"the biggest weinee of T.G.B." To Carla Ienkins, I leave
my ability to spell. To T. Dunn, I leave a smokers kick-
it-kit and a bus pass. And last but not least, I leave
these words of advice to Clinton Hutton, "GET RID OF
THE SCARF-YOU LOOK GOOFY!!"
I, Paul Boyer, being "here" leave Chris Draper, Troy
and Ian Wolf many library memories, "You're outta
there." To Chris I'll leave my favorite slides, a trip to
"Alpine," and an easier way up and down the Canyon
Trail. To Ian I'll give a lighter back-pack, "a quart?"
and a night out with Virginia. To Troy "the freeway
walker" I'll leave Mike at Mac's to deal with, Chris' big
slow dumb feet, "ouch," and 7th hour cookies. To all
three of you, two rolls of movie film, headphones, so
we'll all agree on music, and the ever present and dear-
ly beloved laewee. To Mr. Hjalmarson another year with
the "Motley Crue," And to Shawn luck with this
I Bob fMister Bob, Captain Bob, Beakerj Sertich do
hereby leave. . .
You're the best friend I have ever had or could
ever have, you're the greatest. Don't let anything
ever happen to break up our friendship, it's lasted
for so many years, let's make it last a lifetime. You
are my bestest friend.
Michelle 81 Sharon,
I don't know what to say besides thanks a lot!
We've had lots of fun and I'm looking forward to
the times to come. Good Luck Always and Stay
Out of trouble.
P.S. Scorpions, Van Halen and Motley Crue
This past year and a half has been great. Your a
fun person to be with as long as you don't spaz
out. It would be a great experience to spend the
rest of our lives together, but first you need to
learn to be loyal!
I'll Love You Forever,
Triple I 81 K,
We had some great times together. Especially
our trip to Tucson, and our river trip. Let's all keep
Love ya all,
To all my friends, fthe few there are!!
I love ya'll. It's been another great year. Deb
and Deb, you're both pretty crazy. I guess I fit in
good! We all have a lot of party years left. To ev-
ery one at the bleachers-YOU COWBOYS ARE
CRAZY, but us cowgirls love ya for it! I hope we
can all have twice as much fun next year.
Lots of love,
P.S. Don Williams number one!
D.H.-Thanks is all I can say. You're a great
Willie, Billy, lilly, Sniffing folder, Tucson Rodeo,
Don Williams number one! Goober, Lying B, Eat-
ing at Grandma's, Lonny, sandwiches, "root" beer,
GCS, Poncho and Lefty, Kickin' "A", Firemen,
Touchie-feelie, Holey underwear, cowboys, Ford
trucks, 4-wheelin', AVC, country music, 51.05,
Golf course, hairy backs, Rolling logs, Lae poo
poo, hanging punks Uillyl, oink-oink, Because I
love you, OKAY! Flying cigarettes, droopy drawers,
Iimmy I, high pockets, How could Iilly go out with
such a loser? Got a quarter? Cheap boots, tootin',
armpit rings, I love your eyes, brar'ds, It wasn't a
party! smack me, the Fly, Bargins, Boogers.
Teri L.-Do you want to go to Maryvale Mall
and then to'Valley West Mall? Toni M., Heidi U.,
Michelle H.-California misses us! We've got to
get back! Qto play ball, of course, why else?l Mr.
Sharp-Guess who I'm not marrying?! UR, Ieri
S.-Don't forget to call home to excuse yourself
from first hour! Gerry S.-no more notes on my
truck!! Sonya-Watch out for garbage cans and
keep your pepsi bottles. I'll get sick at your house
again sometime, okay?! Tammy W.-I hate T.W.
Celeste and Rochelle-Remember Metro? Robby
Neville-I bet you're still all talk! Lori F., Pam K.,
Missy P.,-We're still sexy!! We're going to lunch
again sometime! Elania-So, who are you going out
with? ER! We've still got a lot more fun ahead of
us. Tracee-Congrats on Homecoming. You were
THE FRIEND at times, thanks. . .love ya. Last but
GABE, not least. . .lim Lapinski-I Love You!!! But. . .IO
Remember what I told you. more years Maynard. ,
Someday, you and me Kid!! A Luv ya all,
K Beefy fKrisl
I Don't Wanna Go!!! How am I going to live
without all the people who have been so kind to
me for Qmost oft the last four years? Who will make
me laugh hysterically until I cry and turn as red as
a tomato? Who will laugh at me when I say stupid
things that make no sense? Who will make fun of
me and pick on me? I will miss you all so much!! I
want to thank, Mr. Hanley, Mr. Corlett, Betsy, lane,
Ioy, Tina, Paul, Bob, Scott, Shawn, Mrs. Naderer,
Greg, My Parents, Matt, Ieff, Brook, Lee, Roark,
Iustin, and all the other friends, kids, family, and
teachers who have made me what I am today.
You've created a monster. Good bye, take care of
yourselves and please come back for Homecoming.
P.S. To Ron Ertel-I made it through high school
without a beer!! Cremember dumbnut?l
P.S. Ie taime
It's been a great couple of years. I've learned a
lot thanks to you. I'll miss you next year. It was a
fun party and I enjoyed it. We'll have to go adven-
turing again. But now I am off to the Multiversity
and you to the Academy, so until we meet again,
To Valerie Fritz and Terry Merrifield,
Ito be read separately and far apart from each
Thank-you for being my friend
For helping me again and again and again
The football games, lunch hours and wand'rings
through the mall
Together we've had fun and done it all
Remember, from now on and forever we'll be
P.S. I finally learned how to spell my name!
To Miss Carolan.
I'll never forget all you've done for me. I love
To all my friends,
Mellody you are my bestest sis. You know I love
ya even though I never tell you, I don't know what
I'm going to do without you.
Van Horney don't walk Barefoot in the Park.
Randy Merrill, sorry I was always such a pest.
I'm glad I got to work with you in a play. And
even if you didn't leave me your smile its ok.
Miss T. you're a great teacher and a pretty ok
adult. ha ha.
Chastity you're so sweet and you have the
luckiest little sister in the world cause you love her
Tina and Kendra hope you both have happy
lives. You're both really great.
Steve M. please marry me.
Father lim you have a real great personality. I
hope you never change.
Thespians, Fee McGinty, Mike Gibson, Mark N.,
Deanie C., Cathy W., Danny A., Bobby P., Steve
D., Ayesha, Ron K., David W., Debbie B., and
Robert R. good luck in the future. And I hope
someday you will all be rich and famous.
Love ya all
P.S. Pointdexter grow-up you're such a child
To the guy I love:
I want you to know how much I love you and I
hope our love for each other will last.
Thanks for all the great times that we've had to-
gether. I will never forget them.
I love you
To all my friends:
Thank you for all so very much for another great
year. Thanks for all the memories that we all have
had. I especially want to thank Fish, Wade, Amber
and most of all "Todd". I will never get them.
Take care and have a great summer.
The nicest guy on this campus. Thanks for
keeping my secret. I was really sweating it out in
December flf you remember what I meant Keep in
touch and let's party sometime.
Sharon Ertel and Rachel Steele,
Miss those great times we once had! We'll never
forget our junior year especially. Eric Hasenberg,
and the Alhambra studs. Let's go to Whataburger
in Tucson sometime fWe'll give the bum a blanket
this time, oh, and let's not get stranded eitherllj
Take Care, Sharon enjoy California. Rachel, hope
I'm so happy that we met this year. You've made
me so very happy. Darling I Love You much more
than I can ever show you. I know that we will have
a wonderful life together. I hope all our plans and
promises come true. Someday maybe you can build
the house you've drawn for us.
to see you more. I Love You
Love All My Love
Rosa-Colletti fha,hal!j Forever Sz Faithfully
A Place to Stay
Enough to Eat
Somewhere old heroes shuffle safely down the
street. And you can speak out loud about your
doubts and fears. What's more you never haar their
standard issue kicking in your door. You can relax
on both sides of the tracks and no one blows holes
in bandsmen by remote control. And no one kills
the children anymore.
Melody Young, Tina Kemarly, Ron Kuhn, Randy
Merrill, and Felica ,McGinty. I'll miss all of you.
Thanks for making my freshman year so fun. Good
Luck in the future. I Q
' Love Ya All '
We're finally escaping from the "Asylum!'l
We're certainly no saner than when we came. We
have all been "Dreamers" but "The Eye in the
Sky" watched over us as we climbed "The Wall".
Our "Innocent Age" has ended but we'll all "Take
the'Long Way Home". I'll be the marathoner
linked to the P.L.O. Catch you later, Perv
You are the most important thing in my life, I'll
always love you. I hope all the promises you have
made to me will someday come true. The memories
we have shared will last a lifetime. You will always
be my one and only.
I love you,
To all my "goofy" friends, and Debbie
Debbie, you are the sweetest sister fbut then I al-
ways did liel what will you do next year without
David and Ron, you are the two most goofy
friends l've ever had. It will be boring next year
without you guys. But then again I won't have to
listen to your dumb jokes. Bridget, I will always
owe you a thank you for listening to all my prob-
lems. I wish you the best of luck with Chris. Hope
you last forever. W
Best of riends 61
Best o Luck,
To Brenda, Lori, Rachel, Walter, Scott and Shawn.
You guys are terrific. You guys made these four
years a cinchfwell easier anyway.
To lack Thomas
I Love You Very Much!
BCL don 't
Shawn, Bob, Paul, Hjalmarson, and newspaper,
Remember Spook Fav? And how about the Pee
Wee Herman Club, was it a hit or what? Can't
wait till next year, we'll be the publications. How
about when you loaned everybody S, Primo. And
to Bob thanks a lot for the book job. To Scott it was
great. Paul yes you're right, I am too much.
Hjalmarson thanks for everything. And last to the
annual paper thanks for attempting to put out one I
really appreciate it. So thanks and thanks again.
Later and Pssst,
Danny "Too Much" Turner
Thanks for making this year such a blast! Qlunch
hour and Englishj Some day we'll understand Greg
and Butch. Thanks for everything. You are a really
special friend. Bye Robin, Mr. Bishop will never
forget you. Goodbye to everyone in 3rd hour
weight training. Cindy and Alicia call me any time
for a game of raquetball!!! Goodbye to everyone in
BLISS AND WOE
Always remember and never forget:
Beeker! Beeker! To be or not to be? "GREAT!!!"
How Sad. "LIKE!!!" For each one who begins to
weep somewhere else another stops. "PRIMO!!!"
Bridgett Samantha??? "My photographers have a
prob1em." Clown??? "We dare to be different."
special talents." Nikkor 300 f2.8 "I have to pay for
this QHSW1. I'm not gonna advertise for it." Vide
SPOOK1 --I believe those kind of Pr0Ple hav
Concepts and Karmelcorn. The 19th. "He's
character." Coit??? "C'mon I'll buy you a Coke."
Pee Wee. SURE!!!
To all of my Weenie buds that I'm leaving this
year, thanks for the memories: Vannessa "You
Ugly" Keane, Ronda "Buhweet" Piergallini, Teresa
"My Child" Bratcher, Caron "Crayon" Armstrong,
Lisa "Scooby" Lough, Tammy "Hideous" Wittman,
Michelle "Mith-Math" Hollman, Tina "Bojangles"
Setzecorn, Lisa "HI!" Bakkus, Robin "Hail To The
Redskins" Griffin, Gerry "Uncontrollable Liar"
Springfield, Tracey "Cowboys" Tompkins, Kelli
"Lush" Kilmartin, Ella "Beagle" Barker and all the
rest. Thanks SO MUCH!
Also a "SPECIAL GOODBYE" to "Scary" Mary
Cagle, Kari Gentry, Sonya May, Scott Williams,
Paul Boyer, Iohn Patterson, Tom Wilkerson, Tina
Hughes, Iana Auerbach, Robin Sage, Lee Dra ,
loe Bushong, and Debbie Tooms. 84 FOREV .
Luv ya! I
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Interact. Next time we go on a boat trip, Chad
we'll let you take your Vanilla Waffers!
I love you all, To Bob, ul, Scott, an a ny
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Chris, a trip to a certain canyon is due
summer, maybe I'll drive fHA!. To m rother
who probably won't read this, thanks 'all t
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made it without you. And everyo se , hom
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All the things that we once l-:new
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In times when only eyes could see.
We think back to when we were young
When children laughed and songs were
And all our thoughts were only dreams.
But now ifve know how tortures time
It drys our sl-tin and dulls our mind
And all that glitters is not as it seems.
'Goodbyet F arewell, and Amen'
Oh well! What can I say? I had hoped for a
SUPERBOOK, but it didn't quite happen. It was kind of
hard to do here at "The School That Apathy Built." I
tried at least and I think it's pretty darn good fwell great
For those of you who are going to complain and I'm
sure there's plenty, tough! You aren't going to find one
better. lust remember it's not that easy to put out a 272
page yearbook and still try to live a halfway normal life
fwell live "a life" at leastj. So I don't want to hear it!!!
In a year when everything went fwrong and somebody
was always trying to ruin my life falways blame it on
someone elsel there were still lots bf firsts fgloat timej. I
did what seems to have been impossible here at Browne
by actually being "Editor-in-Chief" of a publication for
two years without burning out or going crazy fokay, at
least I didn't quitj. In case you lcare the twenty-four
pages of color was more than any Lair fthat's the name
of the yearbookj has ever had and the total number of
color pictures is almost three times as many as any be-
fore. The black and white 'ain't too shabby either fso I'm
stuck on myself, someone has to bel.
Anyway, I hope that most of you can find it in your
hearts to appreciate the book if nothing else fat least it
isn't bluej. I fwej tried really hard to get all the names
correct and I think we did pretty good. I made a lot of
small mistakes, but after all I am almost human. It
should be better, but hey I'm not getting paid for this.
If it wasn't for a lot of people I would have had to
work even harder and I thank them. Hjalmarson, thanks
for giving me the room to do things my way, I know it
wasn't easy. I owe Shawn Gates for putting up with the
staff fand me! and getting them to do their copy. Paul
Boyer, what can I say, if it wasn't for you I would've
died taking all those shots of things I didn't want to
shoot. Scott Williams fthere I mentioned your namej,
thanks for doing whatever it was you did. Mary Herrera
and Lynn Skinner, thanks for Mary being so peppy and
Lynn being so confused. To the fest of the staff fyou
know who you arej, thanks for at least trying to
understand the way I like to do things and letting me do
it without too much of a hassle. My very, very special
thanks go to Valerie Fritz for being so wonderful,
inspirational, and helpful. ,
To all those faces of the past who without which I
would be nothing, hey look at me know. Well Robb ftwo
b's no y, right!! what do you think? Corlett thanks for
teaching the ultimate art of pushing film instead of
"FLASH" To all of the yearbookies of years gone by,
thanks for not dropping by to remind me how great the
book you worked on was. Finally, tp my dear, sweet fha!
hall sister Kim, who I'm sure will Hind more faults than
anyone else, thanks for anything and everything I
should thank you for. I
Well guys it's been great. However, I must admit I'm
glad I'm finally leaving. After four yearbooks and four
years of the excitement one brings, I think I've hae
enough. There are plenty of things that I'm sure I wil
never forget: single assemblies in the gym fBrowne's Cai
of tuna imitationj, all of my friends for should I saj
those of you who actually talked to me and didn't throv
stuff at me while I was standing down on the footbal
fieldj, shooting things that most students don't evel
know exist fBrowne has a badminton team? You sure
you're not thinking of the football team?j, those crazy
forgetful student government people fOh, were we sup
posed to have spirit games this week? Oh welllj, Bol
Wilcox Studios fSure we can take 2000 students picture!
in one day.j, all of the teachers who amazingly got thei
picture taken by dozens of yearbook photographers ffunj
ny, there's only two of usj, journalism conventions fDon'
be afraid to use a flash. My photographers have a
problem. and Daring to be different.j, Phoenix Gazetta
and Arizona Republic photographers fYou're dressed uj
like Santa Claus and you're laughing at me.j, printing
after school fl always thought that you were supposed tm
leave school when it was still light outside.j, Hostes:
bite-size donuts and Coke fwhat a nutritious lunchj, ad
vanced classes fWe're advanced. We don't have home
work.j, hams fTake my picture! Take my picturelj, Africf
fthe slowest version ever known to manj, deadline:
fWhat deadlines?j, not going to State fit would havt
made a great color spreadj, people who just can"
understand fWhy?'j, signatures fat least three for everj
page, that's over 800j, the memories fthe one thing tha
can never be and never should be forgotj. If I've of
fended anybody I'm sorry. Iust sit down, take a deej
breath and calm down.
I really must apologize for some of the things tha
came about because I decided that just maybe I shoulc
think about myself instead of the yearbook. For all o
those pictures that aren't quite up to my standards ant
for all of the things that resulted from throwing page:
together the day they're going to be mailed I do humbly
say I'm sorry. Yearbooks take up a lot of time, especial!
ly when you like to do most of it yourself. If I let any
one down I apologize. I know I let myself down a little
Not because the book is bad, because it certainly isn't
but because I know that I could have done better
Somewhere along the line with everything going wronf
I lost a little bit of the enthusiasm and I looked arounc
for encouragement and it was rare. Never-the-less the
book is done and what you see is what you get.
It's time for me to go and I could say I quit, but
think Huck said it best fright Corlettj: ". . . so there
ain't nothing more to write about, and I'm rotten glad o
it, because if I'd 'a' knowed what a trouble it was td
make a book I wouldn't 'a' tackled it, and ain't a-goimf
to no more . . ." W
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