Tucson High School - Tucsonian Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)
- Class of 1944
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Smdenlr of the Clam of '44 who have entered the Armed Serwcer Ibn year
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liiuzcltmi. llirectiug our high sclwol successfully cluriug thc lirst three years of
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stnflents were the enlarged ntiice stalls uf hnth the principal's ancl registrar's ntlices.
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reason was a new attendance clerk. Kliss llclen flark whit, alung with thc Deans.
seetnerl tu gain a grim pleasure in giving' ns tleinerits. Sixty tlenierits tsighj
XYhile many new faces expnunclecl science laws. g,5raminar ancl art trmn lmehincl
their clesks, many familiar faces were still present anrl helping tn grinrl nut more
seninr classes nnrler the wartime stress. Xtorking at a new pest as secretary to the
training nf war lwurltictirm wnrkcrs was Klrs. if AX. .Xnclerstni in the principals
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rest ul' the school: the green. oh so green, Soplimnnores. :mil the "superiur mee"
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ABICGG. NORMA4Marching Squad 2: G..-XA. 43 Spring Fes-
ADAMS, JACK-Chronicle 43 Tucsonian 43 Pep Squad 43
Badger Ballacleers 23 S.S.S. Z.
.X LB ER, PEGGY-"lncognitof'
.-XI,lCX.XNlJlCR, DORIJTl'lY-Robeson Choir 23 Phyllis XYeat-
lev Z, 3, 4.
.Xl.RliD, CH.'XRLlCNlfiSpring: Festival 33 Tuc Hi 4.
.-Xl,TFll.l.ISCH, Hlil.liN-junior Guard 33 Spring Festival
3: Tue Hi 43 Pep Squad 3, 43 Chronicle 3, 4.
ANDERSON, BETTY LOU-Pep Squad 3, 43 Senior Cab-
inet 43 Student Council 43 Social Hour Committee 43 Quar-
terly 3, 43 Tuesonian 3, 4: Album Staff Editor 43 Junior
l'rom Committee 33 Spring Festival 33 National Honor So-
ciety 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 G. S. l.. 3, 43 Tue Hi 3, 43 Cabinet 43
junior Honor Guard 3.
ANDERSON, MADIIC-Commercial Club Z, 33 Marching
Squad 23 Dramatic Owls 2, 3.
.XNDR.XDIC. SOCORRO--G..'X..3X. I, 3, 43 Spring Festival 3,
43 Tally-lli 2.
ANIJREVVS, SPENCICR-Swing Band Z, 3g Pep Squad 3, 4.
.-XRCE, ROBERT-Band 2, 3, 43 Lyres Club 4.
ARCHER, MARGERY-El Cervantes 23 GAA. Z, 33 G.S. L.
3, 43 Pep Squad 3, 43 Dramatic Owls 3, 43 Tuesonian 3g
Sophomore Tennis Team 23 Quarterly 3, 43 Tue Hi 3, 4,
Sprhig Festival 33 Jr. Honor Guard 33 Chronicle 43 "Seven-
teen" 33 National Honor Society 4.
AUSTIN, ALICE-Cheerleader 33 Spring Festival 33 Quar-
terly 43 Tue Hi 43 Pep Squad.
AUSTIN, DOROTHY--Transfer from Rloneth Sr. High
School, Kloneth, Missouri. I'
.X LISTIN, M.
ll.-XCOX, S.Xl.LY--Latin Forum 23 G.:X..'X. Z: Pep Squad 3,
43 Tucsenian 3, 43 Chronicle 3, 43 lfditorial Board 43 Dra-
matic Owls 3, 4: Quarterly 43 Girls Social llour Committee
43 Spring Festival 3: Tue Hi 33 junior Prom Committee 3.
ILXKICR, RflBlCR'l'--Tennis team 2, 3. 43 lll'CllCSll'2l'-ll. Tuc-
sonian 43 l'ep Squad 43 S.S.S. 33 National llonor Society 4.
ll.Xl.CON1, l'.-XNSY--Transfer, Florence Union High School.
ll.Xl.CONl, Y. -Transfer, Florence l'nion lligh School.
Ili-Xl.I.liNGER, DORUTHlC.'X-Tue-Hi 4.
IEAXTIER, RUBY ETTA
HIQHN, PAMELA-Latin Forum Z3 Pep Squad 3, 43 Chroni-
cle 43 Tucsonian 4: Girls' Social Hour Committee 43 Junior
Prom Committee 3: Junior Honor Guard 33 Spring Festival
33 Allegretto Club Z.
lSlCl.I,, RIARJORIIC-Latin Forum 23 Allegretto Club 43
Chronicle 3, 43 Allegro Club 3, 43 Badger lialladeers 3. 43
Girls' Quartette 43 Spring Festival 33 Tue-Ili 33 Pep Squad 3.
I5Iil.l,MliR, PHYLLIS-I.atin Forum 23 Pep Squad 43 Chron-
iele 43 Quarterly 43 Spring Festival 33 IJean's Committee 43
Girls' Social Committee 43 Tue-Hi 43 Tally Hi 23 Red Cross
IIICNIJICR. ROBICRT--l,e Cercle Francaise 2.
I!liNNlC'I"l', PJXUl.-Vice-President Soph. Class Z3 Social
Hour Committee 3. 43 Social Life Committee Z3 Pep Squad
3, 41 Senior Cabint 43 Vice-President Student Body -ll
,lunior Prom Committee 33 Spring Festival 3.
HICR K, JOEY-Chronicle 4: Hadger Ballad.-ers 43 Spring Fes-
ISICRNSTICIN, ,'Xi.l.i':Ni':v'Illblllbllllllilllg Club 21 Yice-l'resi-
dent 33 Tue-Hi 4.
ISICRNSTICIN, VERA--Ilomemaking Club Z, 3, 43 Tue-Hi -l.
IHQSS, ALICIQ-Marching Squad Z3 G.!X.A. .23 Spring Fes-
IHCKICRS, CuXRUl.YN---llruni and llngle Corps Z, 33 Chroni-
cle 33 G.A.A. Z, 3, 43 Spring Festival 33 Tue-Hi 3, 43 Tally
lli 23 Pep Squad 4.
IIICKLIZY, BILL-Football 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Sen-
ior Cabinet 43 junior Guard 3.
IHGGLIESTON1-1, CAROL ANN-lil Cervantes 2, 33 Chroni-
ele 3, 43 Editorial Board 43 Tue-Hi 3, 43 Tue-Hi Cabinet 4:
Quarterly 3, 43 Pep Squad 43 Spring Festival 33 Tucsonian 4.
l!ll.l..'XSC1'I, DOROTIIY ANNIE-Spring Festival 3.
BIXGIIAM, DONNA-Spring Festival 3.
BLACK, BETTY-Tue-Hi, Twirling, Dramatic Owls, Cheer-
Leading, Spring Festival 33 Pep Squad.
l3l.Y'I'lllC, .NNN--Spring Festival 4.
IIUICIS, FRANK-junior Guard 33 Football J, 3, 43 Track 2, 33
Senior Cabinet 43 l.ettern1an's Club 3, 43 Sr. Class President
43 junior Connnittee 3.
lROlCl'l, OLGA--Szifety Council 23 Coininereial Club 23 Tuc-
lli -ll Quarterly 4.
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l3URGQl,,'lS'l', lllCYlfRl.Y-Tally lli 2: Spring' Festival .li
Clirnniele 3, 4.
ll0SQL'lT, llll,l,illi-Y 3. 4: Chronicle 4: l'ep Squad 4.
llRAlJl,lCY, .IANICIC--li.Ag.-X. 3, 4: See. 4: li. S. l..
HRAIJY, FRANCIS--lland 2: Orchestra Z: Swing lland Z:
"Un Om' VVay" 2: Chronicle 3: Pep Squad 4: "june Mad" Z.
IZRIGGMAN, ALICIE-Tally Hi Z: Sec. 2: li..'X.A. 2, 3, 4:
Tue-Ili 5, 4: Marching Squad 2. 3, 4: Spring Festival 3.
ISROOMIC, IIOYCF-G.A..X. 2, 3. 4: Quarterly 4: Pep Squad
lg Spring Festival 33 Senior Prom Committee 43 Red Cross
IIROVVN, l3ll.l,-Basketball 2: Boys' Quartettc 3: Mixed
Qnartette 3: Arion Club 2: Badger llallacleers Z: Pep Squad
Z, 3: Band Z: Track 4.
llURRICI.l.. ,ll'I.XN-Tucsonian 3, 4: Chronicle 4: G.JX..AX. 2,
5, 41 fi.S.l.. .31 Latin Forum 2: Tuc-Hi 5: Pep Squad 3, 4.
CUTHNFSS, l.OlS-Marching Squad 2: Latin Forum 5:
Spring Festival 3: Tuc-Hi 4.
C.-XMICRON, MARGARl'ITsG..-XA. 4: Tue-lli 4: Spring
CXNCIU--lill.lllCR'l'-iRed Cross l'llZlll'lll1lll 3: Till" Club 4:
Red Cruss Fiesta 2.
CORlJlil.l.l, SYl.Yl,-X-G..-MA. 2, 3, 4: Spring Festival 3:
Tux'-Hi 4: Red Cross chairman 2.
CIl.XMl3lCRS, ARl.liNli4Spriiig Festival 5: Ci..'X..'X. 4.
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t'l,.xu'soN, 1f:I,1JoN-Hmm 2, .51 l".lf,.-X. 2: I1:1ds:vr Hal-
ladeers Z3 The .-Xrion Club .21 Swing llanfl 3: l'ep Squad 4:
"Seventeen" 4: l.yres Club 4.
L'l.lCXlliNT, l','XTRlCl.X-Marching' Squad 5.
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3: Pep Squad 4: junior l'roin Cuiuniittcu 3: junior Guard 3:
Spring Festival 3, 4.
COl.VVl2l.l., T,'Xl.l'l'll,'X -Orclu-stra Z, 3, 4: String Choir Z, 3:
Spring lfcstival 3: Coiivcrt Rlastcr 3, 4: Vice'-prcsicleut 3.
CONTRICRQXS. Gl.ORl.X' 'lil Ccrvantcs 3.
COOKIC, fXliXRl.-XNNlfvl.atin lfurum Z: Climiliclt' 2, 3, 4:
'l'ut'souian 3, 4: Hl':Vt'l'j'll1ll1fI Nice" 3: Dramatic Owls 3, 4:
GAA, 2: Junior Guard 3: Spring lft-stival 3: Pt-p Squad 3,
4: Quarterly 3, 4.
CORKUM, CORKY-l'm-p Squad Z. 3, 4: Clirqniclc 2, 31 Tuc-
sonian 2, 3: Tuc-Hi 2, 3: Quarterly 3, 4: junior Guard 3:
Dramatic Owls 4: Spring lfcstival 3: Graphic ,Xrts Club 3. 4:
Cervantes Club Z: junior Prom Committee 3.
COZ,-XRT, DOCOLAS--Cl1i'miic'lc 2, 3: Klan. lid. 4: Red Cross
Ch, 2, 3, 4: Pros. of Honor Soc. 4: Latin Forum 2: Pcp
Squad 4: Soph. Tennis 2.
CHAN li, DAX' I IJ.
CRANE, l2l.l.ltYI'---f.X1'im:i1 Club 2, 3, 4: lladggur Ualladcn-rs Z,
CRUMHY, YVONNIC-V-Spring Festival 3.
lJ.Xll., M.XR,jONll'1 -Tin'-l li Z: llminatit' Owls 4: l't-p Squad
3: lladgcr Iiallzult-ttcs 3: llzulgt-r llallatlccrs 4,
l!.X LftiIllCR'l'Y, RAAHTNA-ff-'l'wirlcr 21 NlHI'l'lllIlf.f Squad 3:
llcp Squad 41 "l.:idy uf the Xlarkvt l'l:u'c" 3: Clironitilc 4:
Qu:1rtt'i'ly 4: Social lluur Cum. 4: Tut'-Ili 4: liramatic Owls
D.XX Ill, Xl.'XlUxl,l'.Rl l I',--Jr..-XA. 2. 3, 4: Quarterly 3, 4:
Tally Ili 2: 'lint'-lli 3, 4: Marvliing Squad 2, 3: Dramatit'
Owls 4: Spring' lfcstival 3: Grapliic Arts Club 3, 4: Rt-d
Cross Chairman 2.
IJEPPICR, YIRGINIAX-4-ti.iX..X, 3.
lJll.l.ON, ROlllili'll--lli-Y: l't-p Squad.
IJOISSON, CHACNCICY--llziml 2, 3, 4: Prus. 3: Ort'lxcstra .21 l
SCC. 42 Swing Band 4: Quartvrly 4.
DODSON, IJAYIll-llaslcctball Z. i
lJOl.Pll, l.OlS'-Clii'm1ivlt- Z. 3, 4: Nat. llunur Suvit-ty 4:
Girls' Social llour Cum, 4: Marcliing Squad 3: Pup Squad
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COTK ROl3l,liS, EUGENE.
IJYKICS, M ICGAN.
IEASLEY, LIEATRICE-Tally Hi Z5 Tue-lli 4.
lzl.l.lNGBOE, ,IANEhTuc-Hi 3, 45 GAA. 3, 45 Senior Cab-
inet 4: Chronicle 3, 45 Tucsonian 3, 45 Quarterly Art liditor
3, 45 Pep Squad Z. 3, 45 Nat. Honor Society 3, 45 "Seven-
teen" 45 jr. Prom Com. 35 Red Cross Chairman 35 ,l r. Honor
Guard 35 Spring Festival 3.
lCl,l.lNCil:!OlE, JULES-Pep Squad 3, 45 Tucsonian 3, 45
Chronicle 2, 35 Senior Cabinet 45 Jr. Guard 35 Quarterly 35
"3lJ" Club Z, 3, 45 Nat. Honor Soc. 3, 45 35 jr. Proni
ICISUN, G.Xll.wSenior Cabinet 4: G.iX.,X, 3, 45 Chronicle 45
Social llour Connuittee 45 Sec.-Treas. 4: Pep Squad 3, 4:
jr. llonor Guard 35 Bowling Club 35 Tennis 'liezun 3, 4.
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ICPSI l:lfX, X lOl,l'.T-Tally F1122 Chronicle 2, 3. 45 lad board
45 Dramatic Owls 45 Spring Festival 3: Tuesonian 4.
l'lL'KlC'I"l', JANIZ-Urehestra 2, 3, 45 lland 41 Kvfl CYUSS
l7lCKlC'l"l', VVILDON-Band 2. 3, 45 Orchestra Z5 Lyres Club
FINEM.-XX, INCRNARD-Swing Band Z, 3, 4: Graphic Arts
Club 35 Badger Balladeers 4.
Fl.lCIXllNli, IEONNlli-'Chronicle 45 Tue-Ili: G.,X..X,.Z, 3. 45
Latin Forum 35 lialladeers 35 Allegretto Club 35 Spring Fes-
tival 35 Pep Squad.
IFIUICIJNIAN, HOW'ARDfPep Squad 25 "30" Club 4,
FRIICIJIXIJXN, JJXNICE-Soph. Sec. Z5 Soeial Life Com. 2, 4:
Pep Squad 2, 3, 45 Chronicle 3, 4: Circulation Mgr. 45 Tue-
sonian 2, 3, 45 Bus. Mgr. 45 Social Hour Com. 45 jr. Honor
Guard 35 jr. Prom Com. 35 Sr. Cabinet 4: Sr. See. 45 .Xetivity
Ticket Sales Mgr. 4: Spring Festival 3.
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ILXRCIK, ISHNIQYIEYlf--Conunereial Club 3.
UlCOlUili. llll.l,lIi4- Pep Squad 2, 3, 4: Tennis Team Z, 3, 4:
Latin Forum Z: Quarterly 3, 4: Tuesonian 4: junior Prom
Com. 3: Chronicle 3, 4: livchange Mgr. 4: junior lloner
Guard 3: Spring Festival 3: Red Cross Chairman 4.
GlilU1,"XR'l', GRICTCHICN-Chronicle 3, 4: Bus. Mgr. 4: Ten-
nis Team 3, 4: Red Cross Chairman 3: Spring Festival 3:
Tue-Hi 3: President 4: Tuesonian Girls' Sports lid. 4: Quar-
terly Bus. Mgr. 4: Sr. Cahinet 4: f2,.'X..rX. 3: Pep Squad 3, 4:
jr. Prom Com. 3: Dramatic Owls.
lfGll,l1S, .Xl.ll,l'.-Clironicle 2, 3, 4: Staff lad. 4: h..X..X. 2, 3:
Tue-Hi 3, 4: See. 4: Pan American Cluh 3, 4: lil Cervantes
3, 4: jr. Honor Guard 3: National Honor Society 3, 4: See-
retary 4: Dramatic Owls 4: Girls' Social Hour Com. 4:
Spring Festival 3: Quarterly 3, 4: Iiditorial Board 4: Tne-
sonian 4: El Cercle Francais 4: Pep Squad 4: Thespian 4.
CIN, H .-XRRY4Band 2, 3, 4: Sec. 3: Pres. 4: Orchestra: Lyres
Cluh 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Swing Hand 3, 4: Quar-
terly 3. 4: Chronicle 2, 3, 4: Sports liditor 4: State Band Z:
All-State Orchestra 2: Sophomore Council 2.
GOLCIS, JACK--ATahle and Chair Committee.
1iONZAl.lCS, OSCAR-Cuh liaskethall: Senior Cabinet 4
Councihuan-at-Large 4: Social Hour Committee 4: Pep Squad
4: Senior Hi-Y 4: Student Council 4.
GONZALES, SAR:-X--lil Cervantes 3, 4: Spring Festival 3.
COCRRICH, GICORGIQ--Latin Forum 2: Photograph Cluh
3, 4: Red Cross Coordinating Com. 4: Pep Squad 3: Tuc-
sonian 4: Chronicle 4: "30" Cluh 4: National Honor Society 4.
i1R."XCl'., Hl',l.l'.lN-Tally Hi 2: 'luc-Hi 3: C1,A.A. 2, 3, 4:
Treasurer 4: G.S.l.. 3, 4: Chronicle 2, 3, 4: Tucsonian Z, 3. 4:
Girls' Social Hour 4: junior Honor Guard 3: National Honor
Society 3, 4: Fl Cervantes 3, 4: Quarterly 3: Tennis Team 2:
3, 4: Red Cross Chairman 2: Pep Squad 2.
CR.-Xl1.'XM, JICAN---Quarterly 4.
GR,'XNDPRli, HARRY'--Foothall 4: l'ep Squad 4: Transfer
from VVashington High School I.. A.
GRAXDPRIE, PHYl.l-lS--Spring Festival 3.
GRAY, Rl.-XRY Llili--String Choir Z: Red Cross Chairman Z:
Marching Squad 3: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Pres. 4: Spring' Festi-
val 3: Quarterly 4.
.,, ,., ..
l,lxl'.Al1l'.lx, tl.-XMl'.S-V Quarterly 4.
GRljxXl.YA, MARY LOU-f-Spring Festival 3.
CRL lllzli, l.l!xL,Ul.Nf-"SO" Clulx 4.
GCI'fNTl'IliR, Rl,"l'lI-- GMX..-X. 4: Tue-Ili 4: National Honor
H.Xl.l.. FLORFNCIC-Pep Squad 3: Spring Festival 3: li..X..X,
Z: Tally Hi 2.
llAl.l,, l'lARRll,U-G.A.A. 2, 3, -lg lil Cervantes Cluh Z, 33
Tue-Hi -l: Marching Squad Zg Pep Squad -1.
HAMBY, l2LSIlCgChronicle Z.
HARBOUR, NORMA-Marching Squad Zg Pep Squad 3g
National Thcspians 3, 43 Dramatic Owls 3. -lg Vocalist Swine
Band 3, 4: "Don't Take My Penny" 3g "For This We Fight"
3g "George Porgieu 3g "Lady of the Market Place" 3.
IIA RO, ClQCll.lA-Tally Hi Z: Marching Squad 3: 'l'ue-lli -l.
HARRIS, ELVA-Badger Balladcers 2, 3g Pep Squad -l.
HARRIS, GIQRALDINH-Tally Hi Zg Marehfng Squad 2, 3.
-lg Tuc-Hi 3: G.A.A. 3, -lg Spring Festival -lg Pep Squad 4.
HARRISON, MAR'I'l'lA-Deau's Committee -lg Girls' Social
l'lA'l'HAVVAY, MARION-Pep Squad 2: Tally lli lg Red
Cross Chairman 3, -lg G.A.A. -lg Tue-Hi -l: Chreniele -l:
Spring Festival 3.
HIELBIG. DORISs"Lady of the Market Place" 3: Pep Squad
3, -lg Thespians 3, -lg Dramatic Owls 3, -lg Quarterly -l: Tue-
sonian -lg Chronicle 4: G.A.A, 2, 3, -lg Tue-Ili 3, -lg "livery-
llllllg Nice" 3.
HIQNDERSON, MARY MARti.-XRIi'I'-UAA. Z, 35 Pep
Squad Z, -lg Dramatic Owls 3, -lg National Thespians 3, -lg
Tue-Hi -lg Chronicle -l: Tally Hi 2.
H IENRTSSFY. PAT-Howling Club Zg Pep Squad 3g Chroni .
cle -l: Spring Festival 3.
IIFXRY, MONTIC-Transfer from Duncan, Oklahoma.
HERMAN, BARBARA-Dramatic Owls Z: l.atin Forum 23
Tue-Hi 4: Spring Festival 3g G.A.A. -lg Pep Squad -lg Tuc-
, sonian -l: Chronicle -l: Quarterly -l.
HERRERAS, VIOLFT-Spring Festival.
lllCSS, S'l'lCPHliN--lJramatic Owls -l.
lllCKfXlAX, HARUARA-Spring Festival. ' ----': " -
llll.l., ERNliS'l'lNli-lJcan's Committee -lg junior Red Cross gt ,gpm q
Committee -lg Chronicle -lg Pep Squad -lg Social llour Com- fl t
mittee -l: Twirliug 2, 3g Spring Festival 3,
,HW s5s5:s:a-was p . ,
,W . is.
HILL, KIQNNETH-Swing' Baud 3, 4.
HILL, RILLA LEE?-Chronicle 4.
HIRT, DOROTHY RAE-Marching Squad 25 Tally Hi Z5
Spring Festival Z, 35 Drum and Bugle 3, 4.
IIOBBS, CHARLICS-liaud 2, 3: Orchestra Z, 35 Swing Band
2, 35 Pep Squad 45 All State Band 25 All State Orchestra 2.
HODGES, DON-Basketball 2, 3, 45 Letternian's Club 3, 45
Pep Squad Z, 35 Track 4.
VTIOUSTON, BliTTIliwQnarterIy 45 Caetus Clirouiele 45 Girls'
Social Hour Committee 45 Tnesonian 4: Feature Staff liditor
4: G.A.A, 45 President 45 Senior Cabinet 45 Tennis Team 3,
45 G.S.L, 3, 45 Tue-Hi 45 Latin Forum Z5 Spring Festival 35
Pep Squad 45 junior Honor Guard 3.
HOVVARD, DONALD-Band Z, 3, 45 Lyres Club 45 Orches-
tra 25 Swing Choir Z5 Pep Squad Z5 Red Cross Chairman 2.
HUBBARD, LOIS--G.A.A. Z, 3, 45 Marching Squad 2, 3:
Tuesonian 25 Latin Forum 25 jr. Red Cross Chairman 2, 35
Coordinating Com. 45 Chronicle 35 Le Cerele Francaise 45
Girls' Social Hour 45 Dean's Com. 45 Pep Squad 45 Spring
HUDSON, CQLLJIQIJX--PhylliS lVl1eatly Girl Reserves 25 Vice-
President 45 G.A.A. 4.
HUIERTA, jOSlliv-Spring' Festival 3.
HUFF, THEODORlivRobeson Choir 25 ICI Cervantes Club
Z, 3, 45 Chronicle 45 Quarterly 4.
HUNT, BESSIE-Dramatic Owls.
HUNTSMAN, RUTH-Dramatic Owls Z, 3, 45 U.A.A. 2, 3,
45 Chronicle 2, 3, 45 Quarterly 4: Tue-Hi 45 Spring Festival
35 "Lady of the Market Place" 3.
IIUTCHINSON, MARY--Tennis Clulr 25 Tally Hi .25 Chron-
iele Z, 35 Tuesonian Z, 3, 45 Asst. Business, Mgr. 45 Quar-
terly 2, 3, 4: Honor Guard 35 Pep Squad Z, 3, 45 Junior 'Prom
Committee 3: Tue-Hi 3, 45 Assembly Committee 45 Red Crm
45 Spring Festival 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Dramatic Owlsg Rodeo
IRVIN, BOB-Basketball Z, 3, 45 Chronicle 35 Ili-Y.
-lOlf. LQXRKIICN l.lflC-'llilly Ili 2: Spring l'n-stivzil 3.
,IOll.XX'l'filCN, l.ll,l-l.XX-f--JXllcgi'ctto 2: Tally Hi Z: Tuc-
lli 3, 41 llrznnzitic Owls 4: S :ring Festival 3: CHL'tllSiCl1I'lblll-
rlx- 4, 41 Xzitinnzil Tbcspizuis 43 Oi':1trn'iv:il Cfuntcst 4.
,lOllXSOX, -llCRONllC4Raflin Club 31 -lunim' Red Cruss
Clllliflllilll 31 Tennis 'll-znn.
IOXIQS, IOXN-llruni :intl llnglc Corps 2, 3: Marching'
i Squficl 4.3 llrzimzitic Owls 33 Icp Squzul 41 Spring FcStiv:xl
3: L1.A.A. Z.
,lL'1JY, P.X'l'RlCl.X-l.c Ccrclc lfrancziis.
li.Xl2, P.X'l'--lfrcncli Club. Trzinsfcr from Xotrc Dumc Higb.
li A XIX T H .-X S.
KIXXISON.-X .Xl.NlYR4l'li-Y 33 Pup Squad 3, Qnncn .Xnnu
Squad 2: Chmniclc 2, 3.
KlXll3l.lf, llll.l.--Cactus Cbruniclc 4: 'luirsmiiziii Z, 3. 45 Cu-
Spurts lid. 'liicsmliz-in 43 llrzinizltic Owls 3, 4: l'cp Squzicl 2,
3, 45 Tlicspizuis 4.
KING, IEIDXYIN-Quartcrly 4.
KIYIEL, ALVIN-Pep Squad 3, 41 Quarterly 4: Uaskctliall l,
3, 41 llziscball 2, 3. 4: 'I' Club 3, 43 junior Guard 3g Boys'
Social lluur 43 Scnior Cabinet 4: Com. Sm-crctziry 43 Junim'
l'ri.nn. Coinniittcc 35 Senior Prom Connnittcu 4g Senior lli-
KNOX, -llCNNllfw--llaiul Z, 3, Asst. Dircctur 3, Orchestra 3,
41 Asst. llircvtor and Sur. 43 Spring Festival 33 junior llun-
nr Guard 3.
KOCH. llOXY.XRll-Tiivsnnizni 2. 3, 4: L-lll'0lllK'lC 2, 3, 4.
ll::rlg'cr L':nm'r:i Club -, 3, 4: Quarterly 4.
VKOIIN, iil.ORl.X'-Pup Squzul 2, 3, 43 llrzunzitia' Owls 3:
.luniur l'ruin. Cfmn. 3: 'l'ucsuni:in 3, 43 Climiiiclc 41 lluwliii
Club Z1 Qiizirtwly 4: -lunim' linzircl 3, Spring lfcstival 3, -6
Scnior Czibinct 4.
l-IOR'l'If, NI .X RClil-l-.X---l2..X..X. J, 3, 4: .Xllivil X untli3:lJc:1ii.
Lfmiiiiiittcu 4: Tucsonian 43 Cliruiiiclc 41 Quzirlurly 4: Girls'
Siicizil llUlll'.LiUl'l1. 4: Spring Festival 3.
lilQ.XlfCll, ,IOS-lCl'l'llNli-'fOi'cln-stra Z1 Clmniivlc 4: l1..'X,.X.
4: Spring' l'i-stivzil 3.
liL'XlJ'l'Z, lJORlS---li.pX..X. 2. 3, 43 lk-p Sqnzul 41 'l'uc-lli 4'
Spring lfcstivzil 3.
l..XXfil'l.XKl, l"R.XXK--l'cp Sqnzicl 4.
in ' LANGRICK, IEARllAR.'X--Transfer San Uieno lligli School
ii, ig' , - I , . A Ii Saniliiego, California. K Q L Pi V l
,, X 'E "" LAOS, .XLICX-Commercial Club 23 Pep Squad Z, 3, Q
ff 'W fi, 3.
we " mwnlixeii, jOSlil'l-IINIC-Girl law-rw 2, 3, 43 ivan 1:01,-
K. 1 Q '
eson Choir 2.
tx . ,,
.IHINII lxOl IVF.
Q3 gm Liaic, rziacaicoia--xiiiimfy 2.
iw. 13 ilfl'
IJQYKOVVITZ. GOLDIIQ-Orchestra Z, 3, 43 Balladetts 33
Dramatie Owls 3, 43 National Thespians 3, 4: Tally Ti ZZ
Tue-Hi 33 Spring Festival 33 El Cervantes Club Z, 33 "jacob
Comes Home" 33 Patriotic Pageant 43 Chronicle 43 "Georgie
l7I11YVA, IIIENRY-Red Cross Chairman 2, 3.
LINIJAMOOIJ, FRANCIS-Junior Guard 33 llrzunatie Owls,
LOPEZ, SIMON.XgI'ep Squad: Tally lli Z: Red Cross
Chairman3 Spring Festival.
LOXV, MARY FR.NNClS--Cactus Cl1FtJl1lClCQ l'ep Squafll
Spring Festival 3.
MCCARRON, IEARIRARA----Tally Hi 2: Spring Festival 33
Chronicle 2. 43 Dramatic Owls 3, 43 Tuesonian 4.
MCCLANAIIAN, j.NCKlli-Clironiele 3, 4: liclitorial lloarml
43 Jr. Prom Committee 33 jr, Guard 3: Sophomore Council
Z: Latin Forum 2: Pep Squad Z, 3. 43 Senior Cabinet 4:
Quarterly: Tuesonian 43 Girls' Social Hour Com. 43 Spring:
MeCLlil.l-.'XN IJ, NOM AN.
MeF:XRl..XNlJ, VVANlJ,'X-'Transfer from Central lligh, Okla-
homa City, Oklahoma.
Metilili, JACK-Tennis Team 4.
XleGlflQ, M.-XRG!-XRlf'l'-Mllarcliing Squad 23 Spring Festival 3.
McCl,lil.l,AN, RUTl'l-Spring Festival 3.
Mt-l'IllC1!SON, 1ioxAl,1JH1:fim1 3. 4.
Xl.XXCIlCT, M.'XURl'I'.'X-lil Cervantes Club 2, 33 Spring Fes-
M A X L' I LLAS. H.
M.XRSCl'I, IEICYICRl,Y---G..'X.A. .Zg Tue-Ili -1, Red Cross Fi-
MARSH, AL-Chronicle 2: Pep Squad 4: "30" Club, Quar-
MA L'ClI, lil.lE,-XNOR.
M.XXXYliLl.., GlfR.Xl.I7lNlf-Pep Squad 3, 4: Cactus Chroni-
cle 4: Spring Festival 3: Tue-Hi 2.
Rllflili, RUTH-Tally lli 2: Tue-Hi 3 ,4: Pep Squad 3:
Spring Festival 3: lil Cervantes 3. 4: Orchestra Z.
Xl ICYICR, ,IOHN-lland 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2. 43 l,yres Club -1.
MYERS, liliR'l'll.X-Spring Festival 3: Red Cross Chairman
Mll.llY, GENlCX'll'fl.'lC-Spring: Festival 3.
Nlll.l.lfR, lJURlSf'l'ransfer from State Vocational Training'
Sehool, Clinton, Arkansas.
Xl l RAND.-X, Ol.G.X-Marching Squad 2: lialladette 3.
Xll'I'CHl2l.l,, DICK-Tennis 2, 3, -1, Letterman's Club 3, 4g
Arizona Bomber Fund Chairman 2: Sophomore Councihnae
Z: junior Councilman 3, "30" Club 3, 4, Junior Honor Guard
33 Pep Squad 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, "Incognito" 43 Naticnal
llonor Society 3, -lg Assembly Committee: SSS. Zg Student
Council 2, 3: Senior Cabinet 4: Boys' Social Hour Committee
3: junior Red Cross Council 3, 4: Activity Ticket Commit-
tee 3: Cactus Chronicle 3, 4: Tucsonian 3, -1: Quarterly 3. 4:
.-Xsst. Business Mgr. -ll ,lunior Committee 33 National Thes-
pians -lg Sophomore Cabinet Z: Junior Prom Committee 3.
MUNTAXO, LIl.l.l.XN--Spring Festival 3.
MOX'l'liS, XEl.l.Ilf--Tally Hi 21 Cervantes 3.
MOORE, l.ll.LllC Kl,XliAPanl Robesvn Choir 2.
MORRISON. LYLlCfSocial Life Committee 3: Student Body
Secretary -lg junior Class Secretary 3: GMX..-X. Z, 3, -li
G.S.I.. 3, 4: Quarterly -lg Pep Squad 2, 3, 4: Senior Cabinet
-l: l.atin Forum 23 ,lunior Prom Committee 3g junior Honor
Guard 3: National llonor Society 3, 43 President Girls' Social
llour 3: lladger llalladeers ll Spring Festival 3.
MURPHY, JACK-llasketlmall 2.
MURRAY, liA'l'llRYN f-'- 'Nl2ll'l'llll1Q' Squad 3.
MUSIC, jOI'lN-Y-Football 2, 3, -lg Track 2, .lg l.L'llL'l'!llZllliS Clulu
3, -lg Ili-Y 2, 3g Snph. Conneil lg Pres. 2: Student llody
President -lg jr. l,l'Ulll Connnittee .lg jr. Pres. 5g .Xssetnhly
Connnittee -ll Pep Squad -lg Social Hour Connnittec 3, -ll
jr. llonor Guard .lg Senior Counvil -l.
N.-XNCOLKS, -IKNICIC--Orchestra 2: Cl1I'1TlIlL'lL' 3, -lg Pep
NELSON, l'1I.NA-Mareliing Squad 5.
NELSON, MA NGA Rl'1'l'--- l,l'K'll0Sll'Il 4.
NICLSON, NORMQX---Spriiig lfestival 3.
N IX' ENS, ROSAIJCIC.
NORMAN, DON-Rifle 'INCZUII lg Queen rxllll Squad 2: Mili-
tary Officers' Club Z.
NORXYOOD, M.-XRYIN--l'ep Squad -l: Military L
N O R XY OO D, PA RK.
NOLIRSIS, ISIECKY-G..'X.,X. 2, 3, 43 Quarterly 3, -lg Ed. Board
-lg Chronicle -lg lil Cervantes 5, -l: Spring Festival 3.
NOW l:l.I,, G.
O'liRllCN, Yl'1R.'X--Slll'lllj.f l"estix'al 5, 4.
CYCONNOR, DICK- Cainera Cluli.
O'IJOVYlJ, Ii,-X'l'lIC-- Spring liestival .lg .lnnior Red Crosw
Council 2, 3, -lg Pep Squad 2, 3, -l: "IJon't Take My Penny'
.lg 'l'll1'Slll2ill 3, -lg "lllCU2'llll.Uu -lg lJl'HlllZltll' Owls 5, -lg Nu-
tional Honor Society, Vive-Pres. -l: Girls' Social Hour Coin-
mittee: Chronicle 2, 3. -li Tnesonian 2: Quarterly -lg Assein-
lily Committee 3g junior l,l'U1l1 Connniltee 52 ,lnnior Honor
Guard 5: Senior Cabinet -lg Qiiarterly -lg Magaziiie SllllSl'l'lll-
tion Manager -l.
OLI VAS, CARM lCNf-Spring Festival.
OLIYAS, lCl.YlR:X---Rui Cross Chairinan 2, 3, -lg Marehiiig'
Squad Z, 35 Spring.: Festival 3.
UI,IX'AS, JUSISPIIINIC-f-'I':illy Ili 25 lirciicli Club 2, 3, 4,
Icp Squzul 3.
Ol IO, liOXNI'.1N.'X-liic Ili 5: I1..-X.,X. 21 Nlurclnng Squzul Z,
IR-p Squad Z.
I'.-XLTKIIKNI, IEYICRlC'l"I'-- Military 23 Ijaskctlmll 3.
IXVXIJRICS, 12r.s.x-Tiiiiy ni 2. fi
1'.lx1.x1l411e--.Tm-if 2. I
TXYNIC, PRlSCll.l,.X-llallaclccrs 2. 3, 4g .XIIL-grotto Club
3. 4: Spring Ifcstival 3, 43 'liucsonian 42 ,lunior llnnur Ciuarcl
3: I'cp Squad 3, 4: National llunor Society.
PICIJIJICORIJ, DOLORIIS'--"Spring Festival 3: Xlzlrcliing
Squacl Z, 3: b..rX..X. Z, 3, 4, X irc-Pres. 4: i,.S.l.. J, 4.
PICICIJ, R.Xl.PH-4Pcp Squad 4: Track Z, 3, 4: l.cttcri11L-nfs
Club 3. 4: French Club 2, Vice-Ilrcs. 3, 4: Clirunivlc 31 jr.
Rnd Cross 3. 4, Yicc-Prcs. 4: Intramurals 2, 5, -I,
PICNIJICR, Illl.l.-Rifle Tl-:nn 2. .32 Qnccn .Kun Squzul ll Mil.
Ufliu-rs' Club 2: S.S.S. 3: fi.fi..X. Club 2, 3: lfuotlrull 4.
PICRKINS, lI.XRII.XIQQX---Iirluli 2, .lg liuglc 2. .lg l.,.iX.X.
2, 3, 43 Ially Ili 2: luv Ili 3, 43 Q,lll'UIllClC 21 l.Jll1ll'lL'l'lj' 4:
li,S.l.. 33 Spring Festival 31 IH-p Squad 4.
l'IC'I'IfRS, LUUISIC-V-lr. Ilunnr liuartl 5: Spring lfcstivzxl 31
IR-p Squzul 35 Clironiclc 3, 4.
l'l'.I IQRSON, R0fX.XI.IJ.
I'lf'I"l'Y, bl.-XXli--Cluwiiiclc 43 Spring Ifcstivul 5.
I'lfICRSIJURI". JIM-f-llzlslwtlrzlll 23 IH-p Sqnzul 41 Ilmvling
l'IlIfI.PS, SHICLDON--I'liransfrr-Prcscnit lligli Scllmmsmll.
I'lli'I'RY, JOAN-llznrcliiiig Squad 2, 3g Latin Forum 25 Can'-
tus Cllrmiiclv 4g Tally Ili 2: Spring' Fcstival 3: Tux' Ili -I,
PIKE, PHYLLIS-National Honor Society 4, Tue Hi 4:
PISTOR, ART-Pep Squad 3, 45 "30" Club 3, 4.
PLACIC, MliAlJlEgFootball 2, 3, 43 Track '23 Hi Y 3.
PLUMB, CYNTHIA-Chronicle 49 G.A.A. 4.
PLUNK, BETTY GENE-Spring Festival 3.
POVV ERS, BUNNY--Pep Squad 2, 3, 4 g Leader 45 G.A.A. Z, 3!
jr. Honor Guard 3: Chronicle 3, 4, Asst. Circulation Mgri
33 Girls' Social llour Comm. 45 Senior Prom Comm. 4.
PRAT'l', IEICRT--Football 2, 3, 4g Track Z, jr. Prom Comm. 35
jr. Honor Guard 3: Sen. Cabinet 43 Sen. Councilman 4:
Letterman's Club 3, 4, Pres, 4, Social Hour Comm. 4, Vicev
Pres. 4, Dramatic Owls 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 4. Junior Cabinet 3,
PRESTON, MABEL--kPaul Robeson Choir 23 G.A.A. 4.
PROCHNOVV, ROB-Rifle Team 2, 3.
PULLICN, PAUL---llaseball 2, 3, 43 l-etterm.u.'s lflub 2, 3, 41
Junior Guard 3g Boy's Social Hour Comm. Pres. 45 Pel-
Sqnad 4: Senior Cabinet 4, Senior Hi-Y 4.
PUTNEY, SARAH-Chronicle Z, 3, 41 Tucsonian 45 Per
Squad 3, 45 G. A. A. 4, Tue Hi 45 Quarterly 4g Spring
QUINSIJER, BASSICTT-Latin Forum 3: Tennis Team
Z, 3, 45 jr. Prom Comm. 3: Cub Football 3, Pep Squad 4.
Junior Red Cross.
RICA DY, GEORG l A.
RENIJON, ROSALIli-Marching Squad Z, 3: lil Cervantes
Z, 3, Dramatic Owls 3, 4: GAA. Z, 3, 4: Tue Hi 4, Tue-
sonian 3, 43 Photography Club 4g Spring Festival 3, Bowl-1
ing Club 3.
REX, BUSTERV-Baseball Mgr. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 33 Pep Squad
4, Lt-tterman's Club 4.
4, Quarterly 4g jr. Councilman 35 jr. Prom Comm. 3, Soph.
Hop Comm. Z: G.S.L. 3, Sen. Cabinet 43 Spring Festival
lQlCll,XRlJSON, ,XIDAl3lil.l,li--'l'ally Hi 2, Pros. 2: Tuc Hi
4: Ci.iX..N. Z, 3, 4: Marching Squad 2, 3, 4:1 Iiaton Twirlcr:
l'cp Siguacl 4: Tumbling Club: Spring lfvstival 2, 4: Rcil
lClClQ.XlliXlffil'l, filfll.Xl-lJlXlf-G. X. .X.: Tally Hi 23
Xiu--l'rcs. 2: Tuc Hi: Marching Squzul Z, 3.
RlLili.XRl9, lCl.lNHRf Orclu-stra Z,-3, 4: String Cluuir 2, 3:
l'i'vs. 3: Spring lfcstival 3.
lil lcsrso, MARY.
RlNlil.llCll. IEICRXICIC--'l'ally lli Z: Spring lfcstival 3:
Clirnniclc 3, 4.
lClNKl.llCl!, ICMILY--Xlarcliing Sqnacl 3: Spring Festival 3.
RIXXIJS, -l.XCli---Al.atfn Forum 2: l'up Siluzul 3: lfuulliall Team
4: Sncial llunr Connn. 4: Ir, lfloiuu' Guard 3: Track 2: jr.
l'runi Connn. 3: l.Ufl.Cl'l1l2ll1.S Club 4.
RUl!l.lfS, ,lL'Nli-li..X..X. Z, .wg Tire lli 3: lil Lfviwaiitcs Z:
Pop Sqnzul 4: Clironirlc 4.
liOlClJlfilfli, XY1Xl.'l'lfli- llancl J: lfuuiball 2, 4: 'licnnis 2, 3:
-Iuniur Guarrl 3: Scniur Cabinet 4: Rn-rl Cross Chairman Z.
ICKNQHRS, IJUNNJX--Debatc Club 2: Chronicle 3, 4: lfrl.
llnarrl 4: llallaclccrs 3: Allcgrctto Club 2: llramatic Owl..
3, 4: Spring' lfcslival 3: Tucsonian 4.
RUl.l,lNliS, Klil.l.liY-Clircniclc Z. 3: 4: lirlitur 4: Tuc-
sunian 2. 3, 4: .Xss. liclitor 3: Managing lfclitor 4: Quartcrly
3, 4: Asst. liusincss Mgr. 3: Xatinnal llonor Socicty 3, 4:
llrznnatic Owls 3: jr. Honor Guard: lil Ccrvantus 3: Pan-
.Xnicriran Club 3: l'rcs. 3: Pap Squad Z, 3, 4: Jr. Prom
RORll.XCll, Cl..XRli-lli-Y 2, 3: S.S.S. 3: R1-cl Cross Cunn-
ril 2: Rcil Cross Chairman 2, 3, 4: llraniatic Owls 4: Na-
iinnal 'lilicstpian 4: Baseball Mgr. l: Pcp Squad 3, 4: "3ll"
Club 3, 4.
RUSS, Kl.XRlLXlil'I'l'---Lilimiiiclu 1. 4: 'lursnnian 4: Quar-
lcrly 4: Tally lli 2: llraniatic Owls 4: 'line' lli 4: Spring
l"ustival 2: fi..X..X, 2, 4: Pcp Squarl 2, 4: llunur Society 4.
RUS'l'llliNllT7LfSlCR, l-l,'Plf--Spring lfcstival 3.
RL'lJUl.l'll, TOXI-'l'.nnis Z, 3, 4: lil Cn-rvaiitcs 3, 4: -l.lQ.Lf.
Lf-Anrclinating Cmnni, 3, 41 G..X..'X. 2, 3: 'l'ucsonian 3. 4:
Lilnuiiivlu 4: Scniur Cabinct 4: Quartcrly 4: lJcan's Cnnnn.
4: Snpliuiiimx' Cabinet 2: jr. Prmn Cmnnni. 3: Pep Squad
2. 3, 4: Nat, llminur Society: junior Guard 3: 'l'uc lli 4:
Spring lfcstival 3, 4: Social Hour Cmnin.
RUGGLICS, JANICT-Bowling Club 23 Pep Squad 2, 3, 4:
Tuesonian 3, 43 Chronicle 3, 43 Quarterly 43 Senior Cabi-
net 43 Ir. Prom Comm. 33 junior Guard 33 Girls' Social
Hour 43 Orchestra 3, 43 Librarian 4.
RUSHIEVSKY, RAY--Band 2.
SAUNDIERS, PATwTue Ili 3: Pep Squad 33 Tuesonian 3, 4:
Chronicle 3, 43 Dramatic Owls 33 Spring Festival 33 Cheer
SA VAGIE, LIONEL.
SCHOFIIELD, llOlS4l.atin Forum 23 Chronicle 2, 3, 4:
French Club 33 Junior Guard 31 junior Prom Connn. 33
Tucsonian Z, 33 Sehoml Play 43 Quarterly 43 Red Cross 33
Senior Hi-Y Z, 33 "30" Club Z, 3, 43 Senior Cabinet 4:
Pep Squad 3, 43 Pep Squad Leader 43 Tliespian 4.
SCHVVAB, H UGH.
SCOTT, DON4Hi-Y: Red Cross Chairman 23 Basketball
Mgr, Z3 Pep Squadg lloy's Soeial llour Connn.
SIQRILXNO, GIQXARO--lil Cervantes 2, 33 "3U" Club 2, 3, 43
Pep Squad 23 Red Cross Chairman Z, 3.
SICXTON, VERNA-Marching Squad 2, 3, 43 Tue Hi 43 Tally
Hi 23 Spring Festival 33 Pep Squad 4.
SCHICAFFER, BERTHJX---Marching Squad 3.
SIIEARMAN, PIELA-'Cl1roniele 3, 4, lid. Board 43 G.S.l..
33 Latin Forum 23 Tuesonian 3, 4: Quarterly 3, 43 jr, Guard
33 Spring Festival 33 Pep Squad 3, 43 Jr. Prom Connnittee
33 Tennis Team Z.
SHIFF, HOVVARD-"30" lub Z, 3, 43 Photography Club Z:
Sl'lUMAKl5R, CliLllXYG.A.A. Z, 43 Pep Squad 33 lil Cer-
vantes 33 Allied Youth 33 Chreniele 33 Spring Festival 3.
SIMLEY, JOHNWQuarterly 33 Pan-American Club 33 Chroni-
cle 43 Quarterly 4.
SIMONS, B. VV.-Chreniele 2, 3, 43 Tucsonian Z, 3, 43 Asso-
ciate Editor 33 liditor 43 Quart.rly 43 '430" Club 2, 3, 43
Dramatic Owls 33 National Honor Soeiety 3, 43 Pep Squad
Z, 3, 4.
SITZ, ANGICLINE--Tally Hi 23 Latin Forum 23 Tue Ili 43
G.A..'X. 43 Spring Festival 3.
SKIFF, RICHARD-'t30" Club 4.
SKOFSTAD, BETTYhSpring Festival 2, 4.
SMAII., IEUIIIHIC-Ilalladeers 2, 3: Ilalladettes 2: Latin
Forum Z: Chronicle 3, 4: Managing Ifd. 4: jr. lion. Guard
35 Tue Hi 4: Social Ilour Comm. 4: Pep Squad 4: Spring
SNIITII, I1IiR'l'RAM- -Track Team: Sraniatie Owls 4: "Sev-
SMI I II, III'.X lzRI,N W- I ue. III 4,
SMITII, FORKICS'I'--'I'ransIer, VI'atIord City Iliggh Sehool,
Vvatford, N, Dakota.
SOLOT, SANDERS-Iland 3, 4: Football Mgr. 2.
SOTU, RCTH-lil Cervantes Club 3: Spring Festival 32 Pan-
.-Xmeriean Club 3: Tue Hi 4.
STARNS, VYIQIHCR--I.yre's Club 4: Hand Z, 3: Chronicle 3, 4:
Ilns. Mgr. 4: Jr. Hon. Guard 3: Senior Cabinet 4: Pep Squad
Z. 3, 4: Tucsonian 3, 4.
S'I'I2.XRXS, HliI.IiX-JI'ransferred from Nogales Iiigh School,
STICIN, ,IACKII2--fIlraniatie Owls 4: Cheer Leader 4: Pep
STICIINS. IEICRNICICA Orchestra 2, 3, 4: String Choir 2:
Spring Festival 3.
S'IiICXY.XR'I', IfI.I.YN--Dramatic Owls 3, 4: .Xllied Youth 3,
Treas. 3: Tue I-Ii 4: Spring Festival 3: Thespians 4.
S'I'IiXY.'XR'I', JANICIC--G..'N..-X. Tally Hi Z: Tue Hi: Spring
STI JR MONT, CICLICN If -'Marching Squad 3: Orchestra 3, 4:
'I'ue Ili 4.
SCA R IEZ, G.
SYKICS, IEDITII-ICI Cervantes Club 3, 4: Tue Ili 3, 4, Cabi-
net 4: Quarterly 4: Chronicle 3, 4: lid. Board 4: Tuesonian
3, 4: Jr. Prom. Connn. 3: Spring Festival 3.
'I',XCIiIiTT, XY. C.. jk.--Football 2, 3, 4: Traek 2. 3:
1 7 ' ' J
Club Z, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Iiaskethall -1 H1-X .., 3, 4.
'I'.XRI'I.IiY, ,IIQXNXI'2'I"I'If---Chronicle 3, 4: I'ep Squad 4:
Tue Ili 4: G..'X..X. 4.
TIIUMPSOX, IIIfYIfIiI.Y--Social Ilour Comm. 4: IJean's
l'llQRl', PATW-Tally Hi .23 Vice-Pres. 25 Ixlareliing Squad
3, 3, 4: Spring Festival 33 Tue Hi 3, 4.
l'Ql.l.lCY, I3ll.l.-'l'ennis Team Z, 3: Football 4.
l'QQl.lCY, GLAIJYS-'l'ally Hi 23 G..N.."X. 2, 3, 45 Spring
Festival 2, 3.
l'Rlfll3lCR, RQl,liRT-Latin Forum 2: Quarterly 43 Military
.23 Pep Squad 4: SSS. 2.
'RQUTM.XN, lill--Quarterly, Latin Forum .21 Military 21
l'RL'Jll.l,Q. ,IOIE-Football -13 Baseball 2, 35 l.ettermen's
IiS.XfiL'RlS, 'I'lCSSllC--Red Cross Chairman Z, 3: G.:X.A.
2, 3, -11 Pep Squad 4: Tue Hi -13 Spring Festival 3.
CRIQXS, Gll,l3lfRTf,lr. Prom Comm. 2: jr. Prom Com, 4:
Cub Basketball .25 Boys' Soeial Hour 4: Sr. Hi-Y 4: Jr.
Guard 3: Ftp Squad 3, -lg Sr. Cabinet 4.
LTRXYIX, BICTTY-G..-XA. 2, 3, -1: Orchestra Z. 3: Spring
Festival 33 Tally Hi 23 Tue Hi 4: G.S.l.. 21 Fl Cervantes
Club 3: Pan-.-Xineriean Club 31 Pres. 4: Latin Forum 2:
Tuesunian Z, 3, 4.
X.-Xl.l'.KlL l'.l,.X, FX A--fi..-X.:X. Z.
X'.Xl,lCNZClCl..iX, TH HRM.-X-lil Cervantee Club 3.
VAN llLfl.Sli, l.liSKlllXli.X--Tally Hi 2: Dramatic Owls
33 Spring Festival 3.
VAN llLfl.Sli, QZICY.-XIJICW Tally Hi .23 Spring Festival 3, -lg
lite llramatie Qwls 3. 4: limvling Club 2.
'.-X Rf QAS, Ii.
VIEG.-X, ALICIC-lil Cervantes Club J, 3. 43 Chronicle -lg
Quarterly 43 CLA..-N. 2: Spring Festival 3.
X ll',l.l.l',lJl',lN l, RQGILR- lwmtball Z, Basketball 2, 33 Base-
ball 2, 3, -lg Senior Ili-Y Z, 3: l.etterman's Club 3, 45 French
XY.fXIJlJlCl.l., TCJM-!I'uesnnian Z, 3, Managing lid. 45 Chroni-
cle 2, 3, 4: Badger Camera Cliekers 3, 4, Pres. 35 Queen
Xnn Squad 23 Rifle Team 23 "30" Club 3, 4g Pep Squad -l:
VVJXIQNICIQ, l,lClC---"3ll" Club -1.
NN'.'XY'l'li, l'l.'Xl.-'S.S.S. 3: Cliruniele 3, -lg Traelc 3, -l: Quar-
terly 4: Pep Squad 3, -l.
XYICHICR, gllhl--l'3and 23 Dramatic Owls.
XYIQHSTICR, l3lC'l'H---Mareliing Squad Z, 31 Spring Festival 3.
NN l:l5S'l lzli, l!l'.X lzlllh -Chronicle 3, 45 Pep Squad 2, 3, 45
Tucsoniau 45 Spring Festival 35 Latin Forum Z5 G.A.A.
2, 3, 45 junior Guard 3.
NYICST, JACKIIQ--Latin Forum 2: Tally Ili Z5 Tue Hi 4:
Tucsonian 45 Chronicle 45 Spring Festival 35 Pep Squad 4.
WIIITACRIC, ROY--AChroniele 3, 4, lid. Board 45 Tucsonian
3: Quarterly 35 Nat. Honor Society 3, 45 llraniatilc Owls
45 Pan-American Club Z, 35 Pep Squad 45 Golf Club 2.
NYHITIZ, ISICTTY LOU-Chriznicle 45 Quarterly 4.
XYIICNOLD, DCJROTI-IY--G.A,.X. Z, 3, 45 G.S.I.. 3, 45 Pep
Squad 2, 4: Tuesenian 45 junior Guard 35 Chronicle 45
Spring Festival 3.
XYIGHTXYICK, JUAN-:Xllegretto Club 25 Chronicle 45
XYILKINSON, MONTY-Sinior Cabinet 4: Senior Hi-Y
45 Social Hour Committee 4: Senior Vice-Pres. 45 Jr. Vice-
Pres. 35 Sophomore Council Z5 Track Z, 3, 45 Jr. Prom
Comm. 35 Pep Squad 35 Chronicle 25 Jr. Guard 35 jr,
Cabinet 35 Quarterly 45 Social Code 3, 4.
XYILLIAIIS, MARTHA-Pep Squad Z, 3, 45 Jr. Honor Guard
3: Tucsonian 4: Chronicle 45 Soph. Hop Comm. Z5 Jr.
Prom Comm. 35 G..-XA. 25 Tue Hi 35 Latin Forum 25
Girls, Social Hour Comm. 45 Vice-Pres. 45 Social Code
35 Spring Festival 3.
XYlI.Ll.'X MS, PFGGY.
XYll-SON, GLORIA-Spring Festival 35 Quarterly 35 Alle-
gretto Club Z: Badger Balladeers 2. 35 G.A..'X. Z.
YYILSON, M.NRILYX-Quarterly 45 Pep Squad 45 Spring
Festival 3: Chronicle 45 Tuc lli 4.
XYINNICR, MARVIN--tTransferred, Edinburg High School,
XYIXT, CAR0l.YX-Transferred from .-'Xmphitheater, Tucson,
XYIXTICRM.-XXS, ,IOYCIQ---Trans ferred, Hebyon High School,
XYITTICNUICRG, FQXYIQM-Transfer, .Xustitn High School, Chi-
XYOLFE, M.XRGUICRITIQ-Latin Forum Z: Chronicle 3, 4.
lid. Board 45 Spring Festival 35 Quarterly lid. lloard 3,
liditor 4: llalladettes 3: Halladeers 45 Girls Quartette 45
Junior Guard 35 Tucsouian 4.
WOOD, MARII.YN--G.,iX..'X. 1, 3, 45 Chronicle 45 Tuc-
sonian 4: Quarterly 45 Tue Ti 45 Pep Squad 3, 45 jr. Honor
XYRFX, Fl.lCTfX--'l'ally Hi 25 G..X,.X. 25 Quarterly 35 Spring
Festival 35 Tuc Hi 3.
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Football Z, 3, 43 All Statg 4 'lrank 2 3 4 T Club 3
Sec.-Trcas. 4: Hi-Y 2, 33 Bam 3 Orghu ra
State Band 23 All Statv. Orchutra Z Jr Prom Comm
"For This VVC Fightng "Incog,nito Ji Honor Guard lip
Squad 3, 4.
YOUNG, -IOSICPHINIC-l mxlnif., Llulb 7 C X Z Ln
clc 43 Spring Festival 3,
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Rodeo Queen Contestants
Hur Royal Highness Mary Hutchinson
Bev and Lyle
C'1'hat's Hutch On Z1 Horsclj
Jiggs, Rnth, and President Joe
.Xh. w11at 11111 it was to he ahuye sup11tm111u1'es and hehww seniors! lntu nur second
year at guocl 11111 '1il1l'SUH High Selicml we elected -lue Goff president of the Vlnnitmr
Cflassg 1111111011 Cjiggsj 1.e11t, vice-prexyg Ruth l'u1'11ett. seeretaryg TQUSCIUZIFY
1i1'm1ks and 1.owe11 Bai1ey, eonneilnien.
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events of Klareh. Pat Spencer 211111 Freddy Snyder faked I111'Ullg11 a skit pertaining
to iX11lI'L'1l 15. l'Ul1l1l11l11lg the ldes of Mareli and Ineonle Tax Return Day. Larry
A1CQl11lK1C entered one timely 1'C1UZl1'1i about t11e emiclitimis 111' our lligh Se11o411
1llllH1Jlll'gCI'5-11.1l6j' were awful, weren't t11Cl11?D
,Xt least we had on ta1e11ted person in our assemhly that day-Seth Spalding, a
YCllfI'11Utll11S1 and his "g1eefn1 1itt1e kneef111'!-1.11e1cy blones.
Uh, hut dun't forget that "Spring Dance" given so gI'2lCCf1l115' a11d expressiyely hy
11111' jllllitvl' 1lZL11C1'1l1l15'1111ll1i 411' ea11ing jim 1'ie1ie1'a1 a 1JZl1161'11l2l1!! ,X11 this was to
advertise the Junior Prom which was such a wunc1e1'f111 dance. XYQ 11tJl10l'6C1 the
seniors, as 11s11a1, opening 41111' watery gates tu thein-heeanse 11111' theme was
"An 1s1e of linehantnient'lgancl how C11C11Z1l111l1g it was! The sidewa11s were a11
decorated with hsh and seaweed and t11e eeiling 11ad a "wave druop, 1 n1ean drapev
effect wit11 erepe paper.
Decorating the cafeteria was some jolt. hut lilliott l'oston anal his henchmen came
through very well. lt' you will recall. there were also palm branches aclorning the
walls-well. getting that Sahara foliage was easier saicl than clone, lt seemecl that
since there was a man shortage las it' we tlitln't know itl there were no men to
trim the palm trees in Tucson, so there were no palm hranches for the ,lunior
' - ' 1 ' :,'s' U' the l'ulllic l,ihrary the cle' 'ating' committee saw the
l'tom hut ont tlty pts ina tot ,
palms heing trimmerlg so what tlitl they clo hut call the City Street llepartment
intl get permission to use them for our clance.
When the clay for putting up the decorations came. a lot ot' kicls turned out anal
t lot ot' colmlmin' aronntl resulterl, hut we workecl awfully hartl. too. If any tahles
hacl to he moyetl ,Xrt l.oew ancl his team of trained juniors accomplishecl the jolt
1 short time to the crack of .Xrt's imaginary whip antl the cry of "Blush V'
.Xt the clance that night the lights were very low ancl the swing' hancl memlmers were
ressetl in white with leis arountl their necks. The sophomore cahinet memhers
tk care ot' the check room antl as special musical entertainment Kleacle Powell
sanfr, also .Xrt l.oew antl .Iamo llrachman tlitl their impression of "Shoo. Shoo,
llal1V." ,Xll in all the rlance was a "heck of a lot of funn- in fact our whole junior
year was just about perfect.--I.R.
The "Brains" llehind the Junior Prom
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l'rt-szrlent .Xrt, Peggy. anrl Bill
S O-Ill l-t J-KI-O-R-li-S! Yes sir! That meant a lut to Tuesun lligh Seliuul this
year. lleaclecl by our presicleut eflicieut .Xrt l':v.elteeu, personality plus liill Over,
anrl attraeitve Peggy lluice. the so11limiio1'e class really went lllftlllgll this year
with flying colors.
.Ns we enterecl "old" 'l'.ll.S. at the beginning of this year. we were hailed by the
usual sneer of "Supltmntn'es" or ",Xh. this younger generatimtf' iXlthough we
knew we were just as guml as those seniors ancl juniors, we clirln't want to show
it all at unee. The good finally puppecl nut of us at the very good Suplimitme
,Xssembly and the Soplmnwre Victory llop.
In fact the assembly was so good that the burrus tl mean. the .luniorsj aclmittefl
that it was just a little better than theirs.
.Xs ,luniurs next year we are really limping fur a successful '44 and '-li. Nice
giving. Suphomores l l lf
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I., Impuz I.. Xluskuvxta I.. XXI1zu'1m1 lx.. Y1'lIlI'CI'Z1S 'I.. I'm-rstcr RI. Ixmx' 2- KI:11'1:u1:1 KI..
Num-I Y.. Onszm S.. Grvmtzul S.. I'm'u'1- Y.. 'IIIlUl'llI7.'l'Q' KI.. 'I'm'1'ns NY.. Ifultz Y.. Pater-
wu S.. Young' R, limx' .3--II:1II I',. IQHIIN11 H.. I.4mcIn-ruzilcl DI.. NIcQumn1 I.. Cntr XY., Mm'-
rimuy II., Klcncr XI., IJ-:Inn Y.. I.:L- I'.. Xixfq- If. llmx' 4-f-Slum' XI.. IIuIIru:1 C.. Rlbllllb S..
Muck BI., Stipp Y.. Smith Il.. kAv:u'11 S.. I'IumIuu .X., Ilutcfwim IJ., Iiucnig XI., llurwilm I...
ICYYKICN-l'L'CKlf'l"l'3 Rim' l-Xllartlisy II., Ortiz R., Struhlc IE., llvrr ll.. Xlilliams li..
Yan .Xsrllaii J., Yanovcr R., Kloutijo R. Row Z-Ucclrlcs C.. Lim' XY.. XYillEi1s ll.. Siclwclc
R., llmnimjiiuz C.. Yasqucz L., Ruclriqucz .-X., Pulliam J. Rim' .5 -yff l.i-uni J.. .Xlh-ii H.. Trujillo
li., Uahliii B., ICQ G., Carrillo O., Ruff F.. Maxon C., XYariu-r lf. Row -1- 'l.llL'IlS lj., X'Vairl
lf., Cox J., DL-lla fjuarrlia R., Ki-lluy J., Sclioltuii X., lxwzillcii lf.. l.i-iiarrlmi lf., Lopez Y.,
l.c Dusina X.
I'ROl'lCli-DICNXIS: Row l--Martiucz M., Ricsgu l., lfishcr J.. l'l1imh li., .Xguirrc H.,
llk'lll M., RL-yes l.., Marshall P., Trvjo T. Row 2---Rivi-ra Nl., Cmitvim-ras C., liwpcz li.,
Rivera C.. 'llrrraras Y., Klorcllcarl H., :Xguirru N., llc l.a Curtc .X., lfariu A., Roush
XY. Row 3-- .Xriiolnl l.., Ochoa M., Smith J., Julmstuii J., Mm-k XY., XN'alkcr U., llartman l..,
Juliiiscii 'l'., Castro ,X., Narcho l.. Row -l--Ncvcllc ll., Xliilsini J., llarriiigtmi fi.. Ilaywoud J.,
fXlm'risuii C., liartlclt J., Griffith C., Tullq J.. Collin ll., llchn l'.. limnirc Row 5--
Stvrii .X., Davis J., 'lluckcr .B, Valcnziu-la R., .-Xhi-lsmi N.. vlvlllllvll l'.. Quimz QX., Scott RA,
.lm'rgci' C., liucklcy N., .Xrana l..
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lll'..X I ll-l.iLJl'.llMJXlN: Ixmv l-Craig ll., Mays li. J., llirks lx. Nl., lliggiiihutham lt, Pal-
mer l'. Nl., Kcinu-r ll. Rim' .Z-V Brmvii ll., .Xrnistriuig ll., Xulvlw J., XYilvy Il., XYarriur B. J..
liirncr QX.. Cooper l.. Row 3-Shaw VY., Cook li., Luc S., Gastmi Y., Garrimu Nl., Moore
lx., H lxi-llcy Nl. lww 4-Myhiiigi-1' C... Xlafliiiigimi XX., Ililyarrl K... lith li., Iarvcr lx.,
Smith li., Jllllllhllll lj., Taylor 1.
FOX-XYHITINKS: Ruw I- IIZIHIQIIIS 'I'.. I.:uuIw:1IcI .X., Klux DI.. I11'n-11m-1111111 H.. Ilawsfm If. IQ.,
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IxuIm IS., Stzirkur .I., I'Il'llllllIg I ,,., Xa-rnl1Iy0z1 In.. Stork X.. Mlllm-1' DI, Ixmv l7xIl'I.l'II1III
Ilixml G. I... I':ltta-rscm I.. IIQIIUIHIISUII II.. NIUl'k'I1U VI.. Rulmiumu R.. XYUULI If., Fisllcr C..
RUIII5' I., Ilngm- P.. .Xrcv fi. Rmx .3 I'1HXYIL'I' IE.. Xlarkim ll., Rm1sf1-1111 Ii.. Sn-511121 .X..
Snifln-1' DI.. Daily J.. Slim- II.. Xvzllp-niim' S., IQ1':1rIiII:u IQ.. I,I'UX'l'Ilk'IU I., VIIIIXIKII' KI.. Iluuth .X,
Rem' 4---SI2111Iu1'm1gI1 C.. IJ1'zlI:c If., YiIIcg:1w X.. Il1'L-xxx-1' Ii.. llzmscu II.. Ilcllt X.. t3wcIxx'i11
NY.. Myers II.. flumnings .X,. I-IL'IllIl'I'NYII R.. fzmftu U.. liilvullun II. Huw 5, LIIIVIMHZIII
C., IZusImclI 'I',. Ilickmx li.. Yalrlrz If., .Xllvu VI.. .Xlclcrrn -Ir.. XIcL'ur111irI: XY.. I'II'L'L'IN2lII
ll., 'I'I1m11psu11 nl.. SIZIIIHIB IJ.. IIUIII-UI' Il.. lizxIIw1m- I... I"rcm-mam DI.
I3.XI.CfH-C.XYIf'IUI'1 Row I XIm'1'mx XI., XXIIIIIILT IJ., I2vIIllt'I'XY4ll'IIl I..,... . .. .,.,,
XI:u'lim'z XI. I... Ifvzms I., XI.. IQUIIIQ-5 If.. Kay Il. linux' 2-4l1'igwIry bl.. I.nsIry Ii. -I.. .Xg'1xir1'n-
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l'mu'rIm':l XY.. I':lrcI1'cs If.. Nluliuzi XI.. . . . 'Ilmt IJ. Row -I-V III-zuly Kf. II:Iynsa
S., I'illIIL'l' I',. Kliglimm' XI.. -IZIKWCIIIKL' I... S5'fImx' If.. Iluivu I'.. I'1'ix'c lf.. ITL-flj DI., SI11111I1uusu
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LJ.. Uvvr In., hr:1111g'c1' II.. kdayzl .X., IIwII2mrI Ix.. Urtm-gn .X. Ixuw I III-sf -I.. Iluu-11 li..
I.:xm If.. KI111lI1L'I'IIlIQ' IQ. .X.. Smith I.. IIIIIDLTI VI.. XII-pk I'.. I1JlI'I'IIIII I... II+u'ImQ1 .X,. VIIlIlL'IlL'L
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Rum' S Ilzlwcy II., IfII1f Lf. XYz1rrI .X.. SIH1IgI1IHII -I.. XISITIIII I. I, IIIlj'IiIll Il., I'.lvIwIIf K...
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II.. l1mm'x I'.. Oium Il.. Xlvyvx' II., Ifvnm I... Ilin'I1:1l'rI5m1 .X.. Ixspcz .X. Row .2---Insyvzl H..
XXI-ft I.. Ifzxxwll I'.. Uzwix I'.. lin-1uy11iII.w XI.. 11m-rrcru If.. Rcmlun R.. Nuwn-II I'.. Rivvrzn
XI.. I'.I1z1s .X Ivm' 5- Im- XI.. 5zx11vI1L-z IQ.. Sinn II.. IXIcz:1 IJ., Quinvzqs XY.. I.q-rm IQ.. Nuguid
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Izxlnmgc N XIa'I":u'I:mrI NI.. Iiarllcy S.. II1'mx'11 II.. Sfmlvic DI.. XI:1xwcII II. Iiuyrl IQ...
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Mu-QIIIQI' I' XIUIIIIUZII IA. I.4-un IQ.. Ixuugln-1' nl.. I'lIlICj' Ij, .Xg111Iz11' .X.. SVIIIIIIIIIIQUI' U. Rmx
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llert Pratt, and hacks ll'rinferd Tackett and Fred llatiste returning from last
years hrst team. l'aced with a tough ten game all-,Xrizona schedule. the future
outlook of our team was dark. llut we saw "Grid" begin to whip the squad into
shape for the fast oncoming season opener a little more than two weeks ott with
our ancient rivals. the l'hoenix Coyotes.
Sept. l7. 1943 TUCSKJX l3. l'llUliNlX 6. lYow! ln their "Baptism under
fire." our boys surprised everyone hy defeating the Coyotes ll-6 in the season
opener at Phoenix. Two hundred of us piled into cars of all sizes. shapes and
conditions and streamed to the capitol city for the gala occasiong gasoline seemed
to he no problem.
In the tirst two mimues of play. llatiste electritied us with a heautiful 30-yard dash
to the Phoenix 8-yard line. from which little 'fliggsn l.ent took the lmall over two
plays later. Dominating the play in the lirst half. we again scored in the second
quarter. Again it was llatiste. dodging and squirming his 66 yards to pay-dirt. Gott
made good the extra point. 4
The Coyotes came hack in the second half to score their lone
touchdown. Batiste. Tackett. Carrillo, and liickley were out-
Sept. 24. lf?-l3-,Nxt unexpected cloudlmurst prevented
home-town fans from getting' their tirst look at their team.
The rain failed to dampen their hopes at seeing the game.
many lmraring the rain till long after the scheduled game-
timci lt was announced the game would he played at a later
tlct. l. lf?43-Tucson 27. St. Klary's 6. .Xt long last. Tucson
got to see its '43 team in action. ln a rather sloppy game,
Tucson whipped the St. Nlary's linights 27-0 lmefore a capac-
ity crowd of footlmall-hungry fans.
St. Nlary's gave us quite a nightmare in the hrst half, scoring
early in the hrst quarter and pushing our lioys around quite
a lmit till Larry Klctjuade caught a pass in the second period
in the end zone to give us a slim 7-o margin at half-time.
tfontinued on page tw-lj
Mr, Greer. As't L'
Individually and as a team, the eleven men
who made up 'I'ncson's Iirst string were unt-
liight of them eaptnred berths on the .Kri-
zmia Repnhliels otlieial all-state team. Fred
llatiste and XYrinferd Tackett were named
on the iirst team, while Bill Biekley seized
a tackle slut on the second team. Frank Boice,
and lluh Young were voted on the third team
and .lnhn Muse, Bert Pratt. and qXrmandu
lfarrillu gained hontmrahle mention.
.Xs a team, their prowess is shown hy the
fact that in nine games. they scored 103
puints to hnt 57 for their uppmlents. The
managers were David lloyd. Dan Meliinney.
and Farlus Ujeda.
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lhit iii the seemul hztlf, nur boys swztmpetl the Knights with :L 1':11micl-tire ttlhllifll-
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Uet. 8. lf!-l3 'l'l'L'SUN 27. ISISBEIZ l2. lt wus leztriiecl that l'on1m1:1 would lic
tmztlmle to keep her flute here tocluy lmceause of travel ditlictilties :uid so the llislwee
l'um:ts returned tu play their ruined-out game.
The mirlerrzttccl l'um:ts fought our buys with everytliing they h:ul ltefure falling
in tlefeztt 27-12. lfrerl lizttistc. Hashy liztlflmztek. was tem mueh for the Vumzts :ts he
rzm :tml passed our team to vietmy. blue liull' :mcl .Xrmzmclu Czirrillo turned in
flet. l5, V943 'l'UllSl JN l7, N. PUOICNIX 7. q'Xg:Lin wc congested the highinys
lu Phoenix. this time to witness our Bztrlgers eurrztl the North Pliueiiix Mustzmgs
l7f7 in Il gzuue with :ull the thrills zmfl spills we euulcl rlcsire.
lii :L 'fame where everv SlllU'lC Joint was im mrtzmt. loe Gull vetrifiecl ns lute iii
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the lust quarter when he sewecl up the emitest hy hunting :1 20-yzlrcl hield gmail. Bu-
tiste :mtl Tztekett turned iii territic utleiisive games. ezleh scoring miec, llzttiste mi
:n Stl-yztrcl run.
Het. 22, N43 ILLSUN 20. MENX fi. Xme tliuuszmcl fzms greetecl our huys.
The llzulgers Sturt tu Roll
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iiuwer-laden Klesa 'laekrahhits lt was a hard-fraught game with Tnesuii finally
enierging yietnriuns 20-fx. .Xgain it was lfred llatiste whti stnle the evening's show
with his dazzling display of speed and nimlileness. This great half-hack made
the entire Tnesun score, reaching pay-dirt three times.
Het. 28. N43 Tl'Q'Sf PN 20. ST. Nl.XRY's O. ln the seeund game of a "home and
hdme" series. unr steadily itnlirtwing team jmn'neyed to Phoenix fur a return
game with the Knights of St. Nl:n'y's. .X powerful ulfense and a tight defense
spelled dumn fur the Knights. as they were hnmhled 20-O. lladger center. lieth
Ytmxig, pruyicled the greatest thrill nf the contest when he intereepted a pass on
his nwn 20-yard line and shot all the way fur a serire. llatiste and Taekett Shared
the remainder uf the total seure.
Nur. 5. l943 TLTST DX 14. lD1JL'til.,XS O. This night we were exhausted after
witnessing one of the elusest ganies ut' the year. The Douglas linlldugs came In
tuwn tu seek the hide uf unr undefeated team. lluth teams battled haek and forth
an entire half hefure une nf them seared. llnll-shunldering XYrint'erd Taekett
pnwered utn' machine with his pnlverizing' line hneking and lueunnutiye running.
Iiuth touchdowns were senred hy him. while .loe Gull added the extra points.
The lfeie Is Stepped
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Carrillo Makes a Dash llatiste Shakes One in a Run
Nor. l2, N743 'VUCASK JN 28. l'l IUICNIX 0. 'l'his was a night we will never lor-
getl .X severiteen-year-1:ld jinx hovered over our hoys when they entered the
fray against Phoenix seeking to defeat the Coyotes on our home ground for the
Iirsl time in that many years. Our team must have sensed the tingle in the air.
for they went in and proceeded to thoroughly thrash their rivals to the time of
28-O. llardly had the enormous crowd got seated when husky XY. C. Tackett plowed
his way tml yards for the initial tally. 'liackett proved to he the undoing of Phoenix
as he scored twice again. Batiste accounted for o points.
Nov. 2-l, 1943 'l'LfLfStJX 27. MESA 20. lt was a t'earfttl. nnknowing feeling we
had when we once again traveled to a distant city. this time for a return game with
Mesa. Being' the sea.son's finale. much depended on the game tonight. lt our
boys lost, they would lose a possible share in the state championship, the Glen-
dale Cardinals, the other contender, having ended their season without a defeat.
.X heavy eight game victory string burdened our team and in this game they had
everything to win and plenty to lose.
The two titans put on a great ottensire show. lfirst one team would score and
then the other. The Mesa aerial attack materialized in all its ferocity lmttt the Badg-
ers beat them at their own game 27-20. Batiste. Gott, and 'llackett spearheaded our
team to the climax ol the wonderful season.
Practice Makes Perfect
Taekett On An lneompleted Pass
llec. 13. 1943-'l'onight we attended a banquet honoring our all-victorious team
given by the Towncats. an organization of local business and professional men.
J. F. "Pop,' Klcliale was master-4if-ceremonies at the attair where speeches and
anecdotes were featured. lfred liatiste was elected captain by his teammates a11d
named the most valuable player. Twenty-nine players were awarded letters.
Hee. l7, 1943-XYe were thrilled to open the paper this morning and see that
lfred Ilatiste and NYrinferd 'l'ackett had been named on the 'fkrizona Republic's"
all-state team and "Grid" had been selected as coach. llill liickley. tackle, won a
berth on the second team, while guard Frank lloiee and center Bob Young were
voted on the third team. Alohn Muse, liert l'ratt. and .Xrmando Carrillo were
awarded honorable mention.
lior twelve seniors on the squad. N943 was their linal football season for the dura-
tion. Next year, probably most of them will be training for a real battle of life
or death instead of a friendly gridiron contest. Une of the fondest and most cher-
ished memories they will take with them are those ot' a great team. a great Coach.
a.nd a great season. The seniors are: lfred liatiste. liill liickley, Frank Boice.
Charles Brooks, .lohn Muse. liert Pratt. Meade l'lace. Wvalter Roediger. XVrinferd
Tackett, Bob Young. XYillis Tolley and jack Roads.
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l'1l'1llllil5', wc clirln't think it votilcl hc rlonc. .Xftcr losing '.
first 3 lcttcrmcn. such stcllzn' pcrforincrs its llill lfnlic, .lot
fllli'l'lAY :incl ltilizt l.eon. wc tit-vet' expected Coztvli ll. Q'
tt with il rcztlly great tczun, But wc hztvt
lcztrnccl now not to tinclcrcstiinzitc llncl's zthility. espcciulh
Q liissiclq, Dick llowen, :intl mztny other line players.
vi n t tin inclcul th'ut fwcetl the Henson lioluc'
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ing." they thouglit. "To upset :1 tzivorecl Mesa quintet 31-29
:incl the Mustang tczun -l-l-3-l was ccrtztiiily rt feat of nota-
Xlziyht' wdve got something, zlftci' ztllf'
UB dn M v .
U lhcn thc Rogulcs iXp:iclics movccl into the Oltl Puuhlo,
only to fall hcforc the llzulgcrs -H-22. Murzuizt ,Nriny ,Xiu
llzisc was next to tumhlc, 30-20.
lt was then thztt the 'l'nt'son clztn tmveletl to the Czipitzll
citv. :intl int-t some ruzillx' first-vlztss opposition. in thc form of the Phoenix Union
ftbyolts. 'l'hc Coyotes with :tn Cys' on thc state crown. ponrecl it on without nicrcy
to sinotht-i' thc lizttlgcrs, 5-l-ZS.
The locztls rchouiiclctl thc next night though, ztnrl cltctl ont il slim 35-33 victory
ovt-1' that Knights of St. Mary's.
Down to thu southern part of thc static wcnt thc liutlgcrs, to pick up victories :mt
thc cxpcnsc of llonglzis :intl llislwcc, 27-2-1. :intl -W-23 rcspectivcly. Before rc-
Sontliurn tfoiitit'i'ciit't' tfhznnpionsliip tiznnt'
whcn he has mziteriztl lilac .Xl liivcl, l.oW6ll Bailey, -lint Nh'-
'lihcn Klcszt :intl North l'hot-nix it-ll hefore the loop-pici'c-
inn' tive 'tnrl folks licgwn to sct up :incl take notice. "Perf
hu is this VVZlSll.l 'list zi scvonrl-i':1tc team Doolen was liclrl-
llttd's llllllfl Men
tnrning hmne fur a game. they scalped the .Xpaches of Nngales, fur the Second
Playing hack nn nur nwn ilnur nnee more. we saw the Dnnglas lhtlldttgs cnme up
and get revenge fur the previnns defeat we had handed them. It was an upset vic-
tnry with the Bulldogs ending up nn top, .30-2-l.
spnmliiigg to the need. however. the local cagers came haelc and knocked twer
7 J t
l hnenix. St. 3lary's. and ltishee all for the second time.
lt was then that we met the puwerladen l'. lv. Mustangs for the secfvnd time. this
time on the home cun-rt. We can see it now-a packed house. screaming itself
huarse as l.ill .Xl Kivel looped in a two pointer. to bring the Score to 33-32. with
lmnt 30 secunds tn plaxp lt was tu nu avail, liuwever. as the Coyotes managed to
d the hall, freezing' the score. lt was the season thriller of thrillers. as Tucson
managed desperateh' tu clnse the gap Phoenix had made in the first half.
e init-uf-ttmwlt season was chased at llenstun. with the lladget' liasketeers hand-
ing the liulucats a 52311 lacing.
'lihtis it was that the lladgers. tielding a new. but game
team. came tant un the lung end nf l-l nut ul l7 contests. Nlr. lit-nnis, Cult C
lhat is nut the end ut' the starry. lluwever. for it merely
marked the heginning nf the play fur the higher stakes-f
the district and state tournament. ln the district 'linc-
the quarter-lntals. where lJUllU'l1lS tell, .uf-52. ltensun
was the nppniieiit in the semi-linals. and they. ton. were def
teated. 50-li. This gave Tttcsun the lwirilege uf etntnveting
in the Cliatinmmslint hnals. where thex' met the Xnga
1 drew the 'ltnnhstttne Yellttw lacliets fur the lirst
ex' wire dtsmused tit. D6-21. and lncsun advanced tu
aches. and defeated them. 5l-20. lly this victtnw' the lladq
ers wen the district eliatnpionship. and the right tn iq it
ltanl slittwing. .Xl Iiirel. t'tn'ward. hlim Nlcliissiclt. centti
tnd llill llassev. Qnard. were given pusitittns nn the all-cun-
terselt' in the state tuttrnament, llecanse ul thtn lllll
Clit Next Vagel
ilcy, lrwiu, 'lllylm'
l lll' un xx, ,Xvgnlw
'l'l1c stzllc' tom'n:1111c11t, hclcl in l'l1ncnix, szlw thc llzlclgcl
lwtlpslws pitterl against ilu- Nlcsn .lacks in thc mpc-ning ruuurl
llu' Klcszms. whom 'llucscm lmcl flcfczltccl in two previous cn
QZIQQIIICIHS. Wert- plc
strain ul' rlclencling
uf thc: meet 28-25.
1 Tut uf the running
my slmrp, :mrl 'lll1CSll11, playing mlclvr llu
vllzxmps. was spilled. in tllc llllljtll' upset
crown. the llzulgvrs 0:11110 lmclq in
ip 'l'l1:1tcl1e1'-18-33 :mcl ilmlirlgn
447--lil. tu cup the cmlsulzltimm prize.
un vs, fllcsa
' 'llicsmi vs. lluuglzts
.X tilting trilmutt- was pziirl tu Xl Kivcl, the mect's hi-point
mzui with 69 cutintcrs. wlicii llc was tmmefl Czlptriili of tlic
.Xll-stutc tczim. ,Xml thus it was the coziclt B. C. Doolen
titriiccl :ui iiiexpmicitcecl, lmtit cugci' grutip of boys into ri chzim-
pimisliip ICHI11. Nice going. liucl. you clicl :1 swell julmf-l3.li.
l"cln'ii:u'y 24 mnrkccl tlic curl of thc regulzu' season with
tlic limlgcrs taking 21 49-35 clccisioli swci' tlw Kl0S!l fuck-
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l'nder the eapalile guidance of ll. C. "Und" lloolen. lnasket-
lnall mentor, this year's track squad eame through with fly
ing colors to lie one of the state's strongest contenders for
this year's state championship.
lloolen, replacing lillmert llrooks. now serving in the US,
y Navy. lxuilt his team around lflyin' Fred llatiste. great all'
around athlete, XYith liatiste as the nneleus. the Badger
traeksters swept through their Class .X competition nn-
.Xlthough the great star was kept on the sidelines during
their first inter-scholastic contest with Mesa, ",liggs"ml,.eiit
took over. capturing three tirst-places to spark the lipme
"Bud" team on to 21 77 U3 - 4-l U3 victory. , A -
'llhe important Mesa Relays was the next opportunity given ns to strut our stuff
-and strut we did, taking the meet with a total of 103 points. compared to second-
plaee Mesa with 76. North Phoenix and llhoenix Union followed in that order.
Batiste star1'ed liv cracking a long-standing record on the 108 yard low hurdles.
On -Xpril 21 we moved to Phoenix to compete in the Class .X meet there. ,Xgain
it was the same story-liatiste. He showed his heels to the liest of the field. by
grabbing three tirst-places and racking up l6'f4 points to take individual scoring
jaekralmlxits Visit Badgers
Bucl's Badger Thinelads
honors. 'liueson took the meet with a grand total of 55 points to -ll for Mesa.
the second place winner. The win looked like the writing on the wall, for another
Class A championship lookecl iminent for the Turson traeksters.
XVhile Batiste was consistently high-point man, the Badger cindermen were not
a one-man track team-not with men like the previously mentioned Lentg lioh
Young. one of the state's best pole vaultersg Iitlsil Lewellen, heavy cluty man on
the shot, broad or high jumpg Monty NVilkinson, on the diseusg lilliot l.'oston ancl
llale Montgontery, on the tlashesg Raul l.ujon, Frank Boise,
George XVilson. XYalter Scott. ancl Maurice Busby on the Air. Dennis, A553
longer distance runs. Charles Nichols showed his ability in
the high jump ancl shot put.
'l'ueson is wiclely known for its great track teams. Despite
the war. which took away three coaches in as many years.
the llaclgers have turned out another ehantpionship squacl
which more than lirecl up to the reputation so proudly helfl
hy 'l'. ll, S.
Procter, llnice, Llljilll, llnynes
XhillSth1l, 'llzxylmg Mnrpliy, XY:tytv
SUU'l'llI2R N tfUNlf1iRIiXt'li Al lCli'l'
.Xt the SUlllllCl'll Conference trztek meet held :tt the L'niversitv of ,Xrizonzl stnclittm.
un .Xpril 29, 194-l, the Tucson Senior lligh thinelzuls carried away the eonferenee
title. The teams represented vghere from llunglzts, Nogales, Xlilleox, :md .'Xmphi-
4 . . .
They were led hy lired lizltiste, VVl1tl'i:lll'tJliC the district reeord in the 200 yard low
hurdles hy running them in 22.5 seeonqls. knocking four tenths of ll second wtf the
old record. Butiste also won the 120 'yard high hurdles in 15.3 seconds. .Xnd in
his third event, the lmmzltljitiiip. Fred jumped 2l feet. nine inches to victory.
The Tueson tezlm :mmssed 10816 points hy winning twelve of the fourteen events
Fred Linihering Up
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Bob on the Pole Vault Nicholas NVith the Shot
:uid rlnzllilied I4 of the l5 men entered to compete in the state meet tu he held the
following week. llunglas placed second with 27M poinlsg Nogales czune in third,
with 9 pointsg XYillcoX won fourth place by attaining 7 pointsg and ,-Xmphilheztter
:Lttuined 1 point, gained in the jnvelin event.
Gordon fjiggsj Lent grahhed firsts for Tucson in the l00 and 220 yard dashes.
Huh justice. .-Xmpliitheatre star who had heen clocked at 10 Hat on the l00 in
przictice, failed to place in the 10.3 sec. l00 :lt the meet because of 21 charley horse
which also made it necessary for him to withdraw from the 220.
ln the weights Monty XX.lllilllSllll racked up tirsts in hoth the discus :ind jzmvelin.
Clmrles Nichols threw the shot -H feet, 3 inches to win his event. Bob Young of
Lent, Batiste, XYilkinsnn, Young
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50-yd. Dash Against Mesa
Snyder, Mgr., Busby, M., Montgoinery, Scott
'l'llS also, won the pole vault event with a ten foot six jump. Maurice llnsby
with a time of 2 :lO.5 seotecl a first in the 880.
Up and eoming Raul l,njan took an easy hrst in the mile run in 4142.8 with XYilson
second. Finishing off the meet the 'FHS relay team eomposecl of llatiste. Poston.
Montgomery, ancl l,ent took first in the L6 mile relay in l f3'l'.5.
The purpose of this meet was to cletermine who was qualified to compete in the
state meet to be heltl the following week. That is. a man was 1'Cqllfl'CLl to place
hrst, second oi' thirtl to become eligible to take part in th coming competition be-
tween the tlistriet winners of the state. Because of transportation tlitiieulties no
team eoultl have more than a fifteen man squacl, which left out many of the Tucson
traekmen from the competition, otherwise it may have been possible for the
school to gain more if not all of the points.
1 440 1'1urdlus .Xgainst Mesa
Ii1l11111CI'11l1g, Bukcy, Busby, U., Jones, Mgr.
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la.-1,2593-' 1.150 -- ll'ql,5.7 lr. ,
1 ln ' wwm S Mm ldv Mmm 5 PROLI 1',RR-f-1-111 yard, J-1.8 sccmuls.
I A'l'lS'l'E-108 yard ldw hurdles, 12.2 seconds NICHQLS, 51101 put. 44.3 foot: jnW1g,L 143
lm-xv rccord-108 yard low hurdles uld r1-cord, 4 ' - ' i .
1251: 200 yard low hurdles, 22.5 sn-Conds fucw WILKIXSUN '-IJISCHS. 121.5 1001.
ruvamrcl--Zllll yard low hurdlcs old rccurcl--22.91 1 H , V , , , , IV! . i A
lsroad jump, 21 fcct 9 111011651 120 yard 1111111108 IAN '-0'1"-r"'2'1 Jump' 3 Nd 'lf' lmhw'
ln", Seconds' l.1iV1'1f1.1.lfX -llruacl jump, lll fcct, 4 111C11L's
N 'WSG--P010 Yrmlt. 11 111-1, 6 lllflwi- 1:.'xR'r1.1c'l"l' ,um yard high 1111141111-S, 14.4.
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Xlith an acute shortage ol high school competition, this
year's edition of the '1'.1'l.S. baseball squad was forced.
for the most part, to tangle with the power-laden service
teams that are in the Tucson vicinity. Only six scholas-
tic games were scheduled, with three ditlierent schools,
Mesa. North lfhoenix and Phoenix Union. the two capitol
city teams. VYe're not braggin'. but we do mean to tell
you that our boys did mighty well-yes sir-mighty well.
liig guns for the Badger ottensive were Pete l'ullen and
blerry Dodson, junior backstop. ln the first three scholas-
tie games they boasted a .600 average. joe Trujillo, left
fielder, eame through in the pinehes, and was responsible
for bringing in a number of important runs.
Our baseball season got underway Saturday, March 15, when
the Badgers tangled with the Consolidated Liberators and
eame out on the short end of a 2-1 score. Subsequent games
with the Liberators and the Marana Hosses left the Badg-
ers in the hole as far as wins are concerned, but put them
Hank" in excellent condition for their Class :X high school tilts.
The first of these occurred April 1, when the veteran southpaw Pete l.'ul1en fooled
Phoenix Union's Coyotes into a 7-1 loss by holding them to three hits, backed
by the expert ballhandling of his teammates. This proved merely a warm-up for
.l'ete as the following 'l'hursday the Badgers blasted out a 10-0 shutout against
the Mesa jackrabbits, with the intrepid hurler allowing but one hit and fanning al-
most all eomers.
North Phoenix's Mustangs became the third prep team to fall before the Badgers'
onslaught. Clubbing out 15 well-hunched hits behind the two-hit hurling of Lowell
llailey, they whitewashed the Mustangs 16 to 0 here -Xpril S. Bailey, a junior,
"Lefty" Pete Pullen in Action
"Hank's" Diamond Men
whiffed ll men and did not give a base on balls as his mates accorded him error-
.N beautiful running catch hy -loe Trujillo nipped a Davis-Monthan rally in the
ninth, April ll, as Tucson ,High defeated the Mustangs 9-7, Pullen again do-
ing the hurling honors.
f lur undefeated prep team took a commanding lead in the first innings of its second
clash with Phoenix Union High to rout them 17-7. Pete Pullen held the Coyotes
safely until a wild eighth. Lowell Bailey then took over for the Badgers for the
The regular infield consisted of liodson lmehind the plate,
'lack Downey. a senior. who added much to the power at the
plate, from firstg ,Xl liivel. who was kept on the side lines for
at couple of games with an infected tlunnh. at second, Matt
fionzales. who was responsihle for the first hit and first home
run of the current season, at short stopg and .Xrt Pacheco and
l.ee Carey shifting ofl' alternately at the keystone sack.
The outfield was patrolled hy hloe Trujillo. llill Hassey. and
l'ullen or Bailey sharing right field while not doing the chuck-
The home team has lived up to Coach llank Slagle's expecta-
tions and will undoubtedly he the strongest contender for the
Dmlsun, Bailey, Pachcro
liivcl, Pullcu, Downey
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.Xgain this year, as last, we were so greatly handicapped
by rationing and travel conditions as to practically eliminate
all outside matches. However. under the able supervision of
Coach Greer. there was quite a lot of competition between
the various members of the team. Frank laccino, a promis-
ing Junior held the top spot on the squad while Bob Baker,
Bill Souers and -lack lfrakes fought bitterly for the other
In ordinary times we have had numerous matches with the
various teams in the state. but this year our only out-of-town
matches were a pair with Phoenix Union. The first, on
Mr. Greer ,Xpril 1, we won by the close score of -l-3. The second was
played later in the year. The members of our team who
competed were lfrank lacciano. Bill Souers, Bob Baker. jack Frakes, and Ed
King. Our two doubles teams consisted of lacciano and Frakes, Baker and
Besides this, the State Open and Red Cross tournaments provided the chief C0111-
petition tor us with Bill Souers coming through to win the city Junior Men's
The Head Net Men
laccino, Frzikus. Rakcr
Xiitvliull, Sinn-rs, Iimwn
The mnhmk for next yczn' is quite good with two lop juiiiurs, lzlcciznm :incl Suncrs
und ,luck Frakes, one of few soplimnores tu constitute the retiring varsity. There
:ire nlsu several other prmnnisiiig soplioinures :incl juniors who will show the Stu-
dents of 'l'.H.S. sunie rc-:il tennis in the years to Ginnie.
Lung to he rememlmcrecl for both the physical development :md the sore muscles it
gave its students. was the Vhysiczll 12d11C1lIiU11 Depzxrtlnent. Besides the regulzu'
i11t1':11m11':1ls :md czllisthellics. ll pre-ixlcluction militzxry m'ieut:1to11 course was u1Te1'ed
I'Cgl1lZl.l'ly to all the classes :md :1 speczd swinuniug class was held second semester.
Cheerleaders Kengla, Black, Bum-dict, Stein, McHugh 1 '
Yon see theln 'ill the time --rl'tneing', shooting' lrisliets. shnf
fling' :tt slintllehoztrtl. tossing' horse-shoes. playing tennis
piitling' :tronnrl the trztek on :tn orcler. You he: ' ' 1
the time. too-in the ztnnex :titer sehool jnnipinfg :intl t
lnling' on the nizits, Sl1l'lClill1:I1llltl running on the tennis eonrts
lt's the Girls' .Xthletie .Xssoeizition inztkiiij :ull those noises
t'hiet' meeting plztee is the girls' gyin, :incl l.orcl lligh Vo
eilor is llettie llonston.
N on ll :ilwztys hear the groan, "l rhtlnt get my ereclltlllu
lhey go out for everytliing tiroin horseshoes to llylt?-llllll, :incl their list of sports
inlil inztlxe zi strong lllllll turn white. The much envierl total of ll points is the
l A -, A, , . , , . . . . .
ilesiretl goal of :ill C1..X.,X. ' ln prospeetne earners. lhe reqiiisite is eight electives
:ntl six retlniretl sports. One point is reeorcletl for ezleh sport eompletetl properly:
'relore when 21 "G.4X..X.'er" rezlehes her flesirecl goal of fourteen points she is
gleefully lmppy. Dutiful l1lClllllCt'SAll1-gtltlfl-Stilllfllllg' pan' their clues. attend the
meeting, :incl receive the otlieers' hlessings.
.X ringcri. shuffle board I
.X hockey lilm shown backwards produced a rather novel ellect at the second meet-
ing. but even that failed to dampen the girls' ardor.
Fulfilling a busy year. the program for the modified gym classes. ran throughout
the entire day. included First Aid for juniors. Social Hygiene for Seniors. table
tennis, aerial darts. softball. bowling. shuftleboard. horseshoes. badminton. a11d
deck tennis. In practically all of these sports. tournaments were held. As part of
their daily routine, the members of these classes walked around the block in order
to get fresh air.
Golf is a sport that is rapidly becoming a popular one. because of the splendid and
thorough instruction that is offered. This year golf was enjoyed by a number of
girls. Mrs. Ruth Conway and Miss Katheryn Young. instructors. taught the fun--
damentals and later the girls took an active part in the sport at the Municipal Golf
,.'- 4 i,
'lin the casual spectator it might easily appear that Tucson
lligh school's girls' tennis team has been loaling on account
of a lack ot' inter-scholastic contests. like everything else
we dismissed the thought with the now-common "c'est la
gnerref, But in reality much time-and temper was spent
' A ""::" "'l'1' af fi this year by both the team and the coach, Bliss Kathryn
Allllizzvl A i f'oung..whose discrimination and likeable nature was the
Ezl .'.:Eg , foundation tor any and all achievements.
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.::.,, ""1 5 lly way of introduction we shall start with the tirst player.
a three-striper. a dependable and a grand girl to know-wmeet
Toni Rudolph! .Xs sportsmanlike as she is popular. and as
excellent a player as she is student leader.
Second on the ladder is Ginnie Cirose, a junior. who by na-
:5 ture is a Chicagoan. Ginnie, known by her consistent game.
gf' . neat place shots and infectuous laugh, is next x'ear's top
.Xlthough the third rung has been under constant tire all year.
the most consistent winner was Gail lilson. another senior
whose graduation will be keenly felt. Gail is the best lighter
on the team and has nobly fought for her position.
tiretchen Gerhart, number four. certainly needs no introduction for who of you
hasnlt seen her tall figure on the courts? Utiretchu is without doubt the team's
clown and "cut-upf' but she's tops in her odd game.
Three contestants have applied for position mnnber tive-familiar names, Lisa
l'ainter, lrma Padres and Peggy Small.
'l'he Xlfuinen N ettcrs
Rudolph, ljrose, lilson
Lierhart, Padres, Painter
AX third tournament entered by our tennis team was the .Xrizona Gpen State. Here
was offered stiff competition from El Paso and California contestants although
for the honor of the "ole schooln the team outranked their opponents and estab-
lished more honors for themselves. .
No. obviously, the girls' tennis team has not been loahng this year, but the daily
practices and week-end matches have given rise to some of the high school's most
Miss Young deserves a bunch of posies, and our leading lady, Toni Rudolph, has
certainly earned a compliment for three years of top tennis.
For the second year in the history of T.ll.S. the ,Xrchery Club was presented to
girls for GAA. credit. This year the class was larger, nearly doubled, and was
under sponsorship of Miss Virginia Robinson, The Club met every Saturday
morning on the Held. Each girl shot four rounds.
This year dancing' was a most popular class. Under the capable teaching of Miss
Virginia Robinson, the advanced dancing class got under Way with an assembly
at the beginning of the year. The fundamentals of dancing were well learned-
partly because the antics of the girls added to the entertainment of the class. But
the obvious main reason was Nliss Robinson. as she displayed her talent so well
the girls took a sincere interest in the dancing.
A Class Shot
Hockey, Table Tennis
lfield Hockey was again popular. The girls were able to play all year, but at
times you would see them sliding in the mud. for the weather wasn't all that it
should have been. Klajor G..X..X. credit was given for the hockey wo1'k done by the
girls after school.
Table Tennis this year was oilered in the modified l'. E. classes for girls not al-
lowed to indulge in strenuous sports. The table tennis tournament held for GHXA.
credit was very successful, with over thirty girls participating. liach had to play
15 matchesg Miss Katheryn Young sponsored the tournament.
Last year the Y.XV.t,',A. pool opened its doors just to the seventh period gym
classes, but this year. because of the demand for swimming instruction, the pool
was available to all classes during the day. The beginners were taught the swimming
fundamentals and the advanced students their junior and senior life-saving tests.
,Xfter school a special class was formed for G.A.4X. credit. Miss Nelda Taffe was
instructor for these girls.
l lvl' 1, llaslqetlxall
llyln and lmasketlmall were uttered in all gym classes. Teams were chosen and inter-
class tournaments were held. .Xlsn fi..'X.,'X. credit was given for after-school play-
ing in both these spurts.
liasketlnall courts were in the annex lunilding with practice baskets for use at all
times. llylo is played on a part of the fmntlrall tield where girls can he seen at all
times pf the day playing hylo and other active sports.
.Xnother ti..rX.,'X. recognized activity uttered after scliuul the last semester was
tumbling. .X group of approximately 30 girls stayed to learn some of the finer
points ut' tumbling and some of its exercises. The girls were given a chance to
display their skill in the Spring Festival.
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lfndcr the leadership of Bliss Kathryn Young, head of the l'hysical liducation
department and Bliss Virginia Robinson. director of this ycar's festival and with
the aid of Miss .Xnna -lune liogelsong and Nlrs. .Xlice liabby. the traditional Spring
lfestival was auditioned in the high school stadium on the evening of .Xpril ZS.
The basic costume was our well-known blue gym-suitg no one can deny its all-
around utility. '
llefore a large and appreciative audience the marching. tumbling. and dancing
ability of most of T. ll. Sfs feminine population was displayed. The different
selections demonstrated skill. coordination and a jolly sense of humor.
llovvever. the athletically-minded girls were not the only ones who gave an admir-
able performance. Stout-hearted and loyal parents crouched shivering during the
entire program. They deserve a note of thanks doubtlessly. liven Old .Dame
XYeather had a trick up her sleeve in the form of a chilly late-.Xpril night,
The list of events was as follows:
ln the way of an introduction the mid-year Sophomores strutted their stuff in a
marching drill. 'luniors and still more Sophs did a group dance to the contem-
poraneous number "3lairzy lloatsf' White ruftles added a dainty. gala note to
the serviceable blue garments. Following this the advanced movements timed
to the music of Strauss' "Overture to Die lfledermatutsfl lThat quotation de-
lines "dance" in case you're wonderingd Folk dances representative of various
foreign countries were executed by the quick and nimble Sophs lyes. once againj.
Not to be outdone. America was illustratively pictured by "Pop Cioes the XYeasel"
and an old-timer, "Badger Gavottef' probably having to do with the 'l' Clubs dancc.
lingland came in for her share with the modified girls' "Flowers of lidinburg."
Rough and tumble Ci.,X..'X. tumbling girls soniersaulted and performed spectacu-
larly. ending with large human pyramids. Xgain thc advanced class had a numberg
this time it was a bolero to some of liavel's fascinating native music. .luniors were
joined by Sophomores for a "Picnic in the XYoods',-a lively polka. " School
Days" sent the advanced tennis class into a capricious waltz clog not without some
cart-wheels and leap-frogs. .Xlmost immediately hundreds of girls in blue filled
the held for "lCxe'rcises." These numerous rhythmic calesthentics presented quite
a spectacle as they were performed in unison. The Senior girls closed the program
with a graceful waltz to Strauss' "Rosenkavalier XYaltzes"g costumed in spring
formals of pastel shades.
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This year the 'lunior Red Cross started to work under a new plan. instead of hav-
ing a Council as we have had hefore. any student could apply for the position of
home-room chairman and those applicants were chosen as chairmen who were
especially well recommended. ,Xll ol the junior Red Cross projects were planned
hy a Coordinating Committee which consisted of sixteen homeroom chairmen.
The Red Cross had several special projects this year and they put them over with
a hang. The first was a vaudeville show, which was put on after school. The show
had ten acts and the swing hand supplied the haclcground for the frolic. Their
second project was the Red Cross lfiesta, which was put on for the third successive
year in the cafeteria which was gayly decorated with tl1e Red Cross flags and also
the flags of the 33 allied nations.
There was enough money contributed i11 the llome Rooms to maintain the High
School's hed in Comstock Children's llospital, and also to give titty dollars to the
National Children's Fund.
For a second year war-time quota the junior Red Cross supplied 652 items called
for in this year's quota, l.ois l luhhard was the girls' chairman of the Cioortlinating
Committee. and Milton tiihhs, hoys' chairman.
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rwin, Betty ISL-rzmm, Hope Kinzcr, Pat L'tZIll2lll, XXX-In-1' Starns.
IOYS' Sl'OR'l'S--AXVIIH11' I,rmcw, to-crlitur, Bill Iiinmlwlc, Cu-z'rIitm','T11lcs lflliuluw, Holm llzlkvr.
llzlrry Hin, Ga-m'g'c NYilsfm.
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lhirrcll, Mary llOlllCl'l1C5S, Peggy Sannclcrs, l.isa l,ZilllfCl', Milton Ciilmlis, Sally Jxllll XVl1itc,
llclm-11 liI'2lCL', llcvcrly livaiis, -lcwcll Tiflilu, Sally Scl1111i11l4v, Margaret Ross, ,lack .xllilllli
.XLf'l'lX'l'l'lliS4Maria1111c Cuukc----cclitor, Margiicritc XY0lfc, ,Xlivs Gibbs, Mcaclv l'm1'cll,
llclllllii Rogers, Barbara Mcfarron, li3eyc1'ly l'lm1'cll, .lauct Rugglus.
.Xl l3L'Xlf-f lu Nlarvarct XYilsv11, lk-la SllL'I'Ill2lll. lam' lflliiiglwu, lk'ZllHlL' Raiicy. Sally llzlcmi.
lgillllkilil lluliii, Billie Clumgc, Gloria Kuhn. Marilyn Stanley, Mary Xlalkcr. D D
l'llUlfJiiR.'Xl'llliRS--llm1'a1'cl liucll, llill llill, fiL'Ul'gL' Gmirrirli, Cliarlcs Ruicli, Pete.
lluwcll, llcnry Mayhew.
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'I'YI'lS'l'S-V-Violet lipstciii, Marilyn XYo11cl. Sarali l,l1lIlk'j', BZl!'l7Zil'1l llL'I'lIl2lll, Rosalic Rciiclmi,
QT S'l',Xl7lfw-Pat Spciifcr. linlitll Sykcs, llctty livaus, Carol .xllll HlgQIlCStOllL'. Margawt
Martin, Dick Bowcii, liill llusquit.
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Uflieitil Piilrlimlfon. 'IQIIVXIVII .S't'uinr' lliglz Sellool--.lleilllvtwof Aitlflilllilll.
Visit Strange Places,
.Xgainst the tire department and
inseets have we. the inemlmers of
the t'hroniele stall, fought, and
we have emerged dusty hut vic-
torious. 'l'he office ot' our sehool
newspaper had an uneoinfortahle re-
seinhlanee to a negleetcd pigsty when
we fell heir to it. Nte deeided--hut
only as a last resort--that we had het-
tei' do a little Cleaning up it we
expeeted to aeeomplish any paper-
putting-out. Linder the hales ot'
waste paper w' discovered queer hor-
rors that shall he nameless. The only
thing we didn't turn up was the liody
of a former editor.
When we had sueeesslully waded
through all unneeessary artirles, we
diseovered to our great dismay that,
along with a good dozen ol' our eher-
ished pop hottles, our typewriters had
heen eonliseated for the war eliort. .Xt
last we lieezune spiek and span. This
means that there were no more spit-ks
on the tloor and there was a mueh
wider span of elear spare,
Destroy Many Objects
We staggered forth from the violent
battles that ensued lieeause we liadn't
thrown away the right things or had
gleefully destroyed the wrong ones.
On one oeeasion some of those
among us liroke up our old and hat-
tered ents, sold them to whoever you
sell lmrokeu ents, and indulged in a de-
lightfulftheater party on the proeeeds.
XVe iwent to see "Calvin in the Sky."
NVQ: enjoyed another excursion to the
eiuema when Miss Vail, our advisor,
presented us with a trip to the umooin
pitchers" as a Christmas present.
Burning the midnight oil at holh
ends is our specialty. VVe chose our
staffs in the middle of several different
nights. VVe hgure that if we were paid
the overtime we so richly deserve. we
could liuy some brand-new typewriters
in the very hest hlaek market.
Bobbie Smail and Douglas Cozart, managing editors of the school paper Kabove left,
rigl-ntl. Alice Gibbs, staff editor, and Harry Gin, sports editor tbelnw left, rightj
Drink Tasty Cherry Ale
The opening ol the foothall season
provided ns with new exhilirating
thrills. Vl'e tnmhled helter skelter into
'l'he lCditor's ear and tore down the
road and the UPA regulations Clear to
Pliofiiix and hack. Bringing up th'
trunk was a gallon eask ol de-lieious
cherry cider. purchased at a roadside
stand, to relieve the thirst ot' our ad-
visor. To aeeoinpany the liquid was
a wild ditty eomposed on the trail
homeward and sung to the tune of
W-lqlte Little Brown Ing."
tfhristinastide rolled around with its
raged dignity to go out and wipe her
aeeiistomed rapidity, and a trio appoint-
ed itself a eonnnittee to purchase some
perfume and rhinestone pin for Miss
Yail's gift. After fruitlessly 'poending
the pavement in search of our hearts'
desire. we gingerly drove out to Broad-
way Village, watching our trembling
gasoline gauge all the way.
Statue Receives Penny
Upon arrival and following a short
search in a eertain store, one of our
threesome was invited hy a shocked
gentleman to go out and wipe her
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To Our School
, , lift
. f' Daze
Quill and .S'c1'oll. and Colztmlviu S
t'llHltlXilit' I'rc.v.v ,l.v.vnciulim1.v
Kcllcy Rullings, editor-in-chief of the Cactus
Chronicle ttopj, and Miss Alice L. Vail,
feet. She had inadvertently gotten a
little smudge on the carpet. ln a tit
ol' revenge another memher put a shiny
copper penny into the slender, out-
stretched hand ot' the .Xrah-garhed
statue oi a hlackamoor which provided
decoration. lfollowing this, we all
made hets as to how the personnel
would divide the penny.
.Xll through our pleasurahle year we
have held repeated hull sessions in the
cleaned-up ottice. XX e have hepn to
strange and wondertul places, and have
done stranger and less wondertul
things. lt has heen fun.
CACTUS CHRO- ICLE '
HIGHE T PRESS A ARDS
SCHOOL JOUR ALISM
iSchooI Paper Completes Twenty-Fifth Year
As One of Nation's Top Papers
l In High School World
Capturing a total of U75 out of a thousand points, the Cactus
Chronicle. otlicial puhlication of Tucson Senior lligh School, earned
lthe prized Nledalist award given hy Columhia Scholastic l'ress ,Xs-
isociation. ratings were received in 3-lf out of 35 score sheet
, items. This is the highest score ever awarded to the paper. .Xdver-
:tisin-f received a ierfect score.
Praised as "decidedly a leader among
high school lltlllliflitlllllu tlns year hy
national judges, the Chronicle has an
,outstanding record in Journalism.
l'l'wenty-tour highest awards have
heen won hy the paper since it was
Big Slwls Thrive
On Re reshments,
Pin- lips, ,Ioviality
Those times we spent at the print
shop and our Friday afternoon seances
writing' "heads" really have heen in-
teresting, to say the least, l'erhaps
everything was a hit noisy. hut it took
:rx to get the rag out, in spite of "l lop"
or six-page extravaganzas.
.Ks we sat dazedly counting lk, 2LfQ,
3, 4, -lk . , . ad infinitum, two voices
hroke the monotony, with a remark
,directed at one of our charming' edi-
torial hoard memhers. lst voice: "l'm
llurma, the Oriental dancer," Znd:
"Shake-2" NYe shall have to delete
the resulting confusion. lt seems that
lthere are numerous intriguing pin-ups
land high-class literature at the print
ishop which tend to hrighten the lan-
l guage and thoughts of those who have
the pleasure ot coming' under their
Unique Drinking Glasses
During moments of relaxation re-
lfreshments such as cunmaronis, cup
haked cookies were distrihuted among
those present. tCandy. also when
availahle.l Xte even had drinking
glasses painted in unique designsl
founded twenty-tive years ago. ln ad-
dition, twenty-First-place and ,Xil-
.Xmerican awards have heen received.
These have heen presented hy three
great press associations: National,
Quilland Scroll, and Lfolumhia Scho-
Students Win Honors
llighest individual Quill and Scroll
medals were won hy lfdith Sykes in
interviews. llarhara BlcCarron in edi-
torials, Gretchen Gerhart and Kelley
Rollings in ad designing, Xtlinning
first places in Rocky Mountain Divi-
sion were Alice Gihhs in headline and
Harry Gin in sports writing.
Circrlation reaches 1600, including'
150 mailed to former students now in
i the armed forces. Twenty issues were
pnhlished during the school year. The
greatest staft' in history, over 225 stu-
ldents, has participated in making the
l Chronicle a real student paper.
,cakes, hamhurgers, or tasty home-N
Paper Comes Out!
.Xs the deadline for the special
Christmas edition approached, circu-
lation managers, editors, reporters, and
otiice staff dashed clown to the print
shop and madly folded the lil-page edi-
tion, while others raced to and from
school transporting the tinished copies.
The paper came out!
To deaden any noise that might arise
'n the ottice, sound-proofing with the
instruction "Quiet Please" was in-
stalled. lt also helps cover up marks
left on the ceiling hy a pair of old ten-
nis shoes aud a red '44 in lipstick, re-
moved hy decree,
.Xt the close of the year the staii
held its annual hanquet at which grad-
uating memhers of the Chronicle were
rewarded for their service hy heing
presented with gold, silver. and hronze
pins. hearing' the Chronicle crest,
'l't7t'StJN. .XRIZIDXL MAY 26, 1944 llll C 'XC US
To ar Zone
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Lights, hlting' laughter, the rhythm'
ol' dancing feet, and the magical music
of the swing handg beautiful girls onl
the arms of their escorts, parading
around examining the decorationsg
swaying couples, swirling' skirts of
every hue of the rainbow, the delight-
ful aroma of gardeniasf-and we had
arrived on the threshold of the li fth an-
nual Caetus Chronicle Hall.
After much deliheration and fore-
thought, we decided to ehristen the
dance the Chronicle "Buddy Ball."
This had originated through the idea
to use the proceeds to send our sehool
paper to former students who are now
in the service. In order to earry out
our plans, we spent as little money on
the danee as possihle.
Honor Rolls Displayed
W'ithout splurging. gorgeous andl
unique decorations were designed: thei
committee searehed out every scrap,
of red and hlue crepe paper to he found
in the art room and made huge tes-I
toons for the walls. Under them were?
put llonor Rolls with the names ofi
ahout one hundred of our classmates,
now serving lfnele Sam: the tops of
the windows were covered with stripsi
of red and hlne crepe paper hanners,l
decorated with white stars. Our ef-
forts were well-rewarded hy the many
etnnpliinentary remarks we heard lil-
tering through the air. i
Une of the most important features
of the evening was the red, white, and
lmlue hooth, covered with American
military decorations. where those who
wished eould huy a iFl,00 siilmreriixtieiii
to he sent to some certain huddy. Ily
the end ot' the evening 53100.00 clear,
protit had heen made with which to!
underwrite this inost worthy project. L
Military Dance Programs
'Weber Starns and Gretchen Gerhart. co-
business managers ttop left, rightlz Editor-
ial Board, tabove, left to right! Viole! Ep-
stein, R. D. Whitacre, Pela Shearman
Qfront rowl, Lanny B'gglestone. Jackie Mc-
Clanahan, Sally Bacon, Edith Sykes, Donna
Mae Rogers, Marguerite Wolfe tback rowjz
Janice Friedman, circulation manager thot-
Novel prograins, designed in ii:tti'i-,Adveftisillg
oth' colors and with a military motiij
l'eatured the theme of the danee:
"From the Home lfront
To the Battle Front- i
To our boys on the sea, l
on the land, in the air 5
Wle send the Chronicle!" Q
Since the more - than - suceessfull
Chronicle "Buddy Hall," over one hun-l
dred copies of each issue of the paperj
have heen sent to servicemen, not only?
to those in the United States but top
those overseas. .-Xnd in return manyl
letters of thanks and appreciation havel
ht-en sent to us, telling of the welcome
with whieh the news from home is re-
Do you see that guy walking into the
Fox Theater without buying a ticket?
He's on the ad staff of the Chronicle.
Ile may see the movie, aeeidentally, hut,
of course, the only reason he went in
. . i
was to get the ad. So goes the im-i
portant, hut exhausting, lite ot om'
lf you read the "razz issue" eare-
tully, you would have noticed a few
interesting tid-hits in the advertising
too. Those hot-shot salesnrn even sold
lieu half-page ads on war bonds!
Pictured above, top to hottnm, are the writing and business staffs of the Cactus Chronicle during the school year 1943--1944: Staff "A"
writing division, Staff "B" writing division, Service and Advertising staffs, and circulation distributors.
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Igcrg Ili-ssic Mac Iiuycr, ,Inycu Iimmiiu, Roimma Ilaugdicrty, Virginia Iiiwwsv, Sally .In-an
Harpst, Iluris IIQ-Ihig, Ruth Ilimlsman, Mary Hiitdiixismi, II4-Im jenkins. ,limy Iialt. Lisa
Ii'2lIIlll'l'. Xlcarlc I'mx'cII, I,arry I'mx'm's, Sarah I'utuuy, Iamisc Iiugurs, KcIIi-5' Riwllings, Mari
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!i't1y SCIIIIIN. Ili-rnard Siinum, I'at 'I'crry. Grace ,Xnu XYiIsfm. Sally .Xmi XYI1itu.
IYI'IS'I'S- I'I1vIIis Ili-Ilmvr, I'a1ty SycImv, Karim- IYIJmx'fI. ,Ia-an Ram-y, XISIYIIXII NYiIMn1.
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'Iillc Ilistrihutiilg Staff
7fze Tfacal Began!
The voeztl tlep:trtmeut consists of three elztssesz the zulvztueecl girls, the lmegiuuiug
girls. :mtl the lmoys' class, which wus szully smztll iu uumlmer clue to wartime elztsses.
llespite the losses iu their rztuks. the elztsses. uucler the rlireetiou of Kliss Nlztclge
l'tterlm:telc, hztre h:ul one of the husiest seztsous iu the history ot' the school. 'lihey
have lteeu rztllecl upon to provirle musical eutertnimueut for lmoth sehool :mtl eirit'
UiliL't'k'lllll'H l'ttt-rlmztrlt has k'll11Dll1lSlZCtl in her classes this yeztr the importzmee ot' sight
remliug :mtl has clevotecl :t great cleztl of time to the lmetteriug ot' that phzisc ol voeztl
theory. .Xuy eztsuztl p:tsser-hy woultl prolmztlmly stop iu ztmnzeiueut if he were to he:u'
the seztles. syllztlmles. :mcl the voeztl exercises the stutleuts have hecu cloiug.
With the exception of :t few minor mishaps now :mtl then. such :ts u'lqCL'Clllll'.Su
lmrolxeu lwzttous or ll eoltl just before Il big program. we girls have hurl :t happy time
cloiug' our lvest to luring hztppiuess to others in these trying times when people often
overlook music :vs lueiug one ot' the most important fztetors iu this wztr.
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.Xnderson, B. I.. Archer, M. Baker, R. Bacon, S, Bell, M. Hellmcr, P
Bernstein, A. Bernstein, V. Hiekers, C. llicklcy, U. Boicc, F. Bradley, I
Cozart, D. Crane, E. Daugherty, R. Dobson, C.
llrains IFJ. "poisonality."-scholarship. a mania for collecting membership pins
and the will to sacrifice the lmest moments of one's youth in hehalf of those great
institutions-extra-curricular activitiesAare the magical incentives for opening
the Pearly Gates ot' the National Honor Society.
.Xnd just what do these specimens of higher aspirations do after having success-
fully run the gauntlet of inquiring committee memlmers and passed the approval of
Directing bewildered sophomores and newcomers about the huilding and acquaint-
ing them with our school customs and activities top the list of acctwmplishments
this year. .X helping hand was supplied in the September and .lanuary registrations.
Xliss Sphar was rescued in her dilemma of tall otiice work with the laborious typing
of letters and dampening of envelope flaps-the hand way.
Under the guidance of Miss Laura U. Gale the following otiicers directed activities
of the group throughout the year: Douglas Cozart. presidentg Kathleen CJ'Dowd,
rice-presidentg Klice tlihhs, Secretary.
Ilulph. I.. Dykes, RI, Ifllingboc, J. Iillingboc, J. Epstein, Y. Vickctt. YY. Flcming, H
fiilmlms, .X, Gin, II. f2ourricl1, G. Grace, H. cillCllthL'I', R. HCFIIIHII, 13. Houston, I3
llulsluzuwl. I.. Huff, T. King, E, Kortc, M, xIi'CZlI'fKll1, R. McClauah:m, rl. Mitchell, U
Xlm-riscm, I.. Xoursc, U. O'Dowd. K. Payne, P. lim-cligcr, VY. Rogx-rs, D. M, Rollings, K
Russ, M. Ruclollzly T. Rugglcs, 1. Scluunakcr, C. Simlcy, I, Simons, H. Smail, R.
Sykes, li. 'l1hUl1l1JSlJIl,H. VVaddell, T. Whitacrc, R. XYicuold, D. W'ightwick, j. VVo1fc, M.
lfinishing out :L year ul' srmlicl scnrling :lt the
spring Cirzlclnzitiun llzmcc. the swing hznnfl
crime tlirongh nnclznnitecl despite the many
changes in personnel.
The baton swinger was the zilile :ind popnlzu'
johnny ljzirringer who was relieved when
the necessity arose lay llzirry "-lzunc-s" Hin.
The lmncl. us usual, syiicupnlecl :il :ill school
clzlnces and :it :L few :issemhlics to crown
their many hours of hzml przxctice.
' iXltlinngh snilei-ing frmn the typical wzn'-time lack of personnel. :incl micl-term
l grzulnzitiun. the lmncl inznizigccl tu "hung" together. with the must nnnsnzll :ulclition
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ul two girls, l he vuczllisl was Klezule Powell. Zlllil 0CC2lSlOll1lll5' the I1lIlCSll'U hinlsell.
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'l'lu- songs. lilllll Iwi :mil swcvt. were' clcliu-
ilclx' the Iifc uf :ull the school parties. The
litllllllill' QVUU11 1'CC4'IYL'il the ZIKIIIIHYIIIUII :md
JIIVIWUYIII of nl! thc 'l'. II, S. jittcrlmgs.
'l'his year the marcliing squad was definitely out ol commission and so we were
the ones who filled in that empty spot at the loothall games. lt took lots of coop-
eration to figure out those clever and hilarius interludes twell, clever, anyhowj.
'llhat time -Xl Xliein and llenny tlloyer did their interpretation of "Pistol Packin'
Mania" was truly rare. ,Xl looked kind of strange with all that lipstick on and his
peroxided hair. But l guess he's used to the lipstick.
NYhen Christmas came alonif. we 'massed the hat and houffht "ProfU a new leather
u", tis o . y oa 'o ,too..1 o' J s. ."J. 1 . .
l iet' "1 et Carr t 'nd tr m s'h l 'nd t cturte the lI"lil1UtI1'll Plutt XV'1ter
Tucson lfligh School should truly he proud of Prof. hut we band fellows felt par-
ticularly so because we were under his direction! Professor XYilliam Arthur
Sewell wrote the VVAC song in honor ol l.t. Col. Betty Handel of the NVACS.
tltlicers for this year were president. Ilarry tiling secretary and assistant director,
tfhauncey Dobsoug librarian. Robert .Xrceg personnel manager, Donald Howard.
It' was a super year for all ot' us. and we hope you will he turned into the same
station next year at this time watching all of us get hetterllll
The Militant Looking liauduneu
Rlayhe you didn't think we improved. hut we have some sole supporters that step
out of the background at times like these, and they are us. Yes. the orchestra of
Tucson High greatly improved this year, according to us. XVhat' caused the sud-
den enthusiasm in the 'l'.H.S. Long Hair Association is unknown. Perhaps we
responded better to "Prof" XY. .X. Sewell's expert waving.
.Xt the iirst of the year we worked very hard getting the left hand to go with the
right in the 'gtlverture to Orpheus in the Underworld" and "The Scherazade Suite"
and tinally played them in assemhly. .Perhaps we musicians tl use the word mu-
sician looselyj look calm and serene on the stage, hut .lanet 'Ruggles certainly
wasn't so when she discovered that Bob Baker had dropped her hass viol feom-
inonly known as a dog housej and had broken it into ahout six pieces.
"l'rof'l solved the unnecessary noise problem hy having a Comstock fund to
which ottenders had to contribute ten cents. .Xt Christmas time with the help of
Nlrs. Sewell. we hought "Prof" a record alhum of Shotakovichys Gth symphony.
4 Jtlicers for this year consisted of president, Mary l.ee Grayg Secretary and Assist-
ant Direct. .Iennie l.ou Knoxg l,ihrarian. hlanet Rugglc-s1 Concert Nlaster. 'lfalitha
Volwcll. and l'crsonncl Manager, Mary Knaggc.
The liligniticd Looking Orchestra
lngrerlients: two iron lungs, one leathery throat. clash of school spirit, bushel of
pep. Stir rigorously with seven snappy cheer leaclers. Pour into pep squad pen on
lifty yarcl liueg top with bright red clothes anrl serve piping hot at basketball and
.Xll this makes up uswus. the loucl, bright colorecl twell, loucl anyhowl section
that has the choice seats at stull' aucl things. lu the front row we have two people
whose voices can excell all of ours put together. liven though these people are a
wee bit unstrung, especially after a session of trying to make joe yell in unison
with .lack and jim, they leacl everything we try to clo tsouncls nice doesn't itj.
This cluo is Hob Schofield. big chief, aucl liuuuy Powers. assistant big chief.
Then there are those kirls you all know, the cheer tfplease yell louclerj leaders,
They are the ones who make spectacles of themselves at all our school func-
tions. Those comprising this group are Clittorcl lieneclict. big head of the cheer-
leaclers, Betty lilack. Margaret .Nun lleterson. llat Saunders, Jackie Stein, Bill
lleltinstine, and Chuck McHugh.
Now you know all about what we tlo :tml what our learlers clo, You must get
acquaintecl with us l l l-LXR.
The Noise Makers
The club with perhaps more lettcrmen in it than any other one school social or-
gllllllfltltlll. with the exception of the Lettermenls Club. is the blimior Vlzlss lli-Y.
XYe boast stars in every major sport zlvzmilzlble to students. Um' members ure the
lenders of the class :md of the school, probably because we strive to live up to its
motto: clean speech. clezm sports. clean scholarship, and Zl clean life. .Xdvised by
C. S. Fox. the likeable physics teacher, the Hi-Y held the spotlight in activities
hy promoting activities. such :ls hziyrides, dances, athletic contests with the
llehloluy Cwhich were consistently won by lli-YQ, :md the most riotons. rollicking
assembly of the school your was our presentation. Vkleekly meetings conducted
:Lt the Y.Bl.C..X. were usually followed by Z1 frosty swim in its pool.
The officers were: President, Larry BlcQuadeg Vice-President. Lentg Sec-
retary, .lim Drachmzmg 'liI'6ZlSlll'Cl', Frank Sharnian. Other members: Sol Ahee,
lflill Somers. Frank Mitchell, lilllll jones, -lim Pickrell. .loc Ciotif, llill Helfin-
stine, Eddie Greene. Don Purlett, Jerry Dodson, Dick Bowen. Tom XVilliz1mson,
Rod 'liZlylOI'. Dare lloyd. .Xrt l.oew. .lack Clothier, Lowell Bailey. "Peanuts,
Schiever, Joe Kelly. Dick Siebeck, Milton Gibbs, Harry Johnson, Bob Procter,
liob Morrison. Pete lJ'l,ougl1lin, Dan McKinney, Elliott l'oston. liill Bosquit.
The junior Hi-Y "Men"
llaye you ever seen thirty people husily working at a task well worth their time?
Neither have l, hut it is a nice dream, isn't it Well. we in the "3OH Club conflicted
with all of the heretofore mentioned rumors. XX'e didn't work. let alone busily.
and from the nuinlmer "3OH was subtracted at least "7fl niakinff it then, the "23"
Our jobs Clisten to me talkj were to distribute posters advertising the football
and basketball games tit was sure hard work wasnlt it, Tom VVaddell?j, and to
decorate the goal posts at the weekly struggles oi our football team. VVC were also
supposed to make ourselves generally useful at the games, but quite often did ex-
actly the opposite.
This year we instigated a new plan of self-government in the eluh and dispensed
with any officers. XVhile the idea wasn't conducive to quiet or etlieiency. every-
body was able to get their "two-hits worthy' in easier and the joh of dodging as-
signments was made easier.
Ineidentally, Mr. F. M. tllas anyone seen any iires?j XVhiting was our ad-
visor. and he really did a grand iolm of corralling' us red-sweatered demons and
making us work.-ll! J.
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Parlcy vouy Francais? Well. I don't either. but I certainly try hard, especially
when words like "l'epoque" and "l'an1itie', start Hying around, and that is what
happens at the French Club. l always say the French Club instead of Le Cercle
Francais because I'm not so good at the pronounciation end. It all means the
same thing anyhow.
This club, including me, really had a super time in said club this year. Miss Flor-
ence Brazelton for mademoiselle, if you preferj was our advisor. She wouldn't
tell us what her nickname was. but she said it definitely wasnlt "Flossie." One
of Mademoiselle F's many duties was to choose a program committee to help out
president Ruth Ann Henderson 5 vice-president Ralph Peedg and secretary Audrey
Hatch. This committee slayed to provide many good musical programs, dances,
lectures, as well as the beautiful and fairly dignified initiation ceremony held
for new members who are mostly from the beginning classes. QThat,s melj
So you see, we kept busy, and really accomplished something. Of course that's
only our opinion.-A.G.
Les Jcuncs Filles ct Les Garsons du Ccrclc Francais
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Boyd' ocial Jfam
1 think we did a pretty good job this year on the l3oy's Social Hour Committee.
130111 get me wrong, but, actually, we did a lot of good work. Yes, we're the fel-
lows who contributed our time to the success of the school dances, either tak-
ing tickets or watching exits or some other ditlicult t ?j job.
,X simply exasperating ttwo buck phrase. no?j thing while on duty was to wait and
wait to be relieved. Then Pete Bennet would suddenly realize his shift had started
Fifteen minutes ago and would dash madly at the rate of two feet a minute to relieve
Our "big shotsf' better known as officers, for this year were Pete Pullen, presi-
dentg Bert Pratt, vice-presidentg and Al Kiyel. secretary trasurer. The senior fel-
lows on the committee were Pete Bennett. Bill liickley. Qscar Gonzales. Dick
Mitchell, Jack Roads, Gilbert Urias, John Muse. Monty YVilkinson. and Frank
Boice. The Junior Members were Larry McQuade. 'Toe Goff, Fred Snyder, Pete
U'l.onghlin, and :lim Pickrell.
Last, but definitely not least, was our advisor, 'l'. D. Romero, better known as
"Danny.', All joking aside, however, he is mostly responsible that our activi-
ties during the year were so thoroughly enjoyable and efficient.-D.M.
Directed hy the 'lil'Hllll!lCltll' of the Nexieztn llnrderlztnd. llerlm gl. lhtrrnws, the
hi-lingnztl l':1n-.Xtnerieztn elnlq slrnlled ztltmgg' with zt guitar :ind serenztdes this
year, heing delightfnlly entertained lw X'Zll'lHllS speakers who hztd visited Latin
.Xmeriezt :ind heemne zteqnzlinted with the people there.
Iletty lfrwin set nfl' the lll'CCI'ZlCliCl' nt orgztnizzitinn when she was elected presi-
dent :tt the lirst meeting. Liszt Pzlinter. vice-presidnt, hacked Iietty up to the last
degree in helping the elnlm heenme the sneeess it is. ,lean Rztney sprnnted some
gray' hairs hy spending her vztlnzthle time hending over :1 hut leztd peneil tu inserihe
minutes for the everlztsting archives of this grnnp. whose object is to always work
toward lmetter inter-,Xmerieztn relzitionships through knowledge, understztnding,
:and cooperation hetween the nzttinns nt' the XVestern llennsphere.
One of the inzlin prnjeets nf the elnh is to pnhlish :L hnlletin dealing' with all. the
news involved in the Spanish speztlqing countries,
Mr. .lzunes lilztelc and Mr. ll. llnrrnws were the joint funnders. and this :tetivity
has been in prngress fur tive years. , '
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Wednesday is the day for us. VYe usually hare assemblies on that day. so we are
in our well-known glory. lYe put on everything from religious speakers to magi-
cian acts and junior assemblies-ack!
We started out with the Activity Assembly and ended up with the most wonderful
senior assembly. C'l'he last was the bestj. In between we put on everything from
green sophomores to purple juniors. The Hi-Y also contributed its share-all
right, you can have it back now boys!
The Music Department put on some grand assemblies that we will all remember.
Wie had some wonderful speakers that were rally inspiring and clever.
Our members were: Mary Hutchinson. John Muse, Peggy Small, Bill Over and
F red Snyderg and we sure hope you liked our accomplishments.
Kids Who Plan the Entertainlnent
"Uh, lYillyll XYiiiilllly"f1hns the lnngs of glillllf' nntdid themselves on the
nights uf llccexnhci' 2. 3. W43. ln thtisc three wurmls. une grand play introduced
lt was just the sztnie "Sex'enteen,' hy lloutli 'l':n'kingttm, chztngged by :in editor
sfmicwliere :thing the line. that we stzirted tint with, hut in the end we had some-
thing :ts individnztl :is :my une can he.
.Xs the cli:n':it'ter of XYilly llztxter we put Milton Gihhs, :ind as his sweet?? little
sister. blunt- lilliiighut-. ln the part of XX'illy's mother was .Xrlene Myersuu, and
:is Papa Iiztxter. we had lildnn Clztwstmn. Ks yivzlciotts Lola Pratt we had Dotty
Kziple. and her best friend Nlziy PZlI'Cl1CI' was portrayed by Bzlhette Rice. ln the
parts of NYilly's two scliotmlntzites were Holm Schofield :ind Fred Snyder. Turn-
ing in :L grand perfurnmnce :ls Il g1'llIl11Df'. hztrzlssed futher was Bert Smith. That
Apu, tile colored man" was enacted hy Tom XX':1ddell.
We had guhs of fun prodttuiiig it. :md Miss Cztvett did IL grand job in direct-
ing itg we hope yon enjoyed it.
St'vt'ntcen-- The .Xge of hmoeenvc
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nm were "coitailedf' that doesn't mean us individually, hut ns as a whole. .Xll in
all onr organization has had a gay year. lle took innch pride in what we were sup-
posed to do. and tried to do a good joh.
XVe had 2-1 members and we worked half-hour shifts at all the dancesg hut alter
multiplying 24 times 30 minutes, don't get the idea that each dance lasted 12 hours.
They didnlt. Two or three of us Worked together on our different johs. XYe sold
tickets and watched the checkroom. Boy. is that check room a job! I remember
that night that Billions Bill Biekley and his date had to wait 'til nearly two o'elock
in the morning to get his coat. because Hill lost the little orange ticket. .Xhl hut
is life. From then on Bickley was given a safety pin.
We just love to give dances and gave them on every provocation-a haskethall
game, haskethall tournaments, and just plain social hours.
XVe were all elected when we were juniors and as our president we had l.yle Mor-
rison, Vice-prexy, "Mot" XX'illianis. and Secretary Gail lilson. XVe don't want to
he giving ourselves any credit. hut the dances were wonderful weren't they?
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The l.etternien's Club is very well known for the beatinv' its initiates received,
and this year the few that survived had a year that top Jed the other. Under
the leadership of Football Coach Rollin tiiridley the lsettermenls Club got under
this year with Xtrenferd Tackett acting as president of the group, While Bert Pratt
lilled the position of vice-president and Bob Young that of secretary-treasurer.
llut, since several of the club's outstanding athletes left for Uncle Samls armed
services after mid-semester graduation, a few changes were made in the "executive
boardf' Bert Pratt succeeded Tackett, and Pete Pullen was elected vice-president.
The club has a very colorful history which goes something like this: The organi-
zation was started several years ago by C. L. McFarland, then head coach of Tue-
son High. and the purpose of the club has from that time on been to combine
good fellowship of all boys earning letters in the four major sports.
The club has always had chances that topped all the others. lt seems a habit of
the club to pick some "nove1,' idea that really goes over big.
This year the athletes topped off their almost too colorful initiation of some twenty
odd, yes very odd, new members. with a successful "Backwards Dance." All who
attended this dance experienced a very novel and enjoyable evening in which every-
thing from the programs to the tirand March was held contrary to the usual pro-
cedure. The money raised from the dance was used for the dance and the club's
r .. ,
'llhe only requirement for membership in onr oh, so illustrious ehtb was to be
taking either Dramatie ,Xrt or Public Speaking, but Llflllll get ine wrong we are
exelnsireg we have only the best in oak borders.
.Xlthongh this year we were officially inactive, we weren't so privately. Yes every
day we were the ones who tried to talk Miss Lfarett out of giving tests.
lint as yon gaze thonglttfully into our face, donlt believe we always looked that
way, lonee we were yonngerlj. ln the years before we sent money to the Stage
Door Canteen by putting on one aet plays. being th speech ehoir, hlpingg back
stage. playing bit parts, and generally being the backbone of the theatre.
We didn't eleet ollieers, but we intend to next year. and all the years afterwards.
Bliss l.illian Cavett did a grand job of teaching ns the fundamentals of the stage.
Next year we can carry out those fundamentals. and really do big and good things.
Pupils ul the Stage
Xie were those little eltins who made your plays what they were. ln gaining our
precious points which were necessary for us to gain admittance to the Thesptans,
we did everything from electrocuting the patrons of the theatre by fiddling with
the light switch. to smearing grease paint on poor unsuspecting victims, and play-
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mg ze leeds. in your plays and some assembles.
tlften. in the clear, not so dead days of last year. you could have seen any number
of us memorizing lines. getting props together, testing light bulbs, dashing madly
around in search of lileenex, and other jobs not so illustrious but just as im-
.Xfter the performance of "Seventeen," we got our year under way with a for-
mal initiation. It was all done by candlelight. and if someone hadn't been on hand
with a bucket of water when llat Spencer knocked over the candle of Dionysus,
it would have been done by firelight.
ln our first year we had au election and chose Milton Gibbs, the illustrious "Willy
liaxterf' as presidentg XYilliam lYarren. the wicked Nazi, vice-presidentg and Ar-
lene Nlyerson. the matronly mother, secretary.
,Xs we go on naming important details. here is one you just can't pass by, and that
is wonderful Grand Thespian. Miss Lillian Cavett.
XYell. this year has gone past. and don't they all, but another one will come along.
so we can put on our -treat plays for you 'ufain.
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Kaucous fiermaus. intellectual school teachers. a sea-sick "Cfhic." and yodeling
old maids heralded the V344 Senior class play, "Incognito."
When the curtain went up, we were in the auxiliary radio room of the pleasure
steamer Lf. S. Imperial. .X German spy, portrayed hy liill Kimble, was radioiug
important news to a Nazi lf-boat, and was shot. From that moment on we had to
hold onto our seats.
tain Mitchell falias llerr Capitan Miceel alias Charles Lockej was portrayed hy
lioh Young. .Xs the old maid school teacher, Miss Hilldick, who religiously read
"The l.ove Life of the lfnmarriedu was Toni Rudolph who wanted "a man." .Xs
Ilelen Clark and Seedy Sloan, two girls definitely classed as characters. we had
Margaret Ross and 'Torkyl' Corkum. The next person had a green dress, and
also a greenish tint on her face. She was seasick Prunella tehicj Johnson, aimia-
hly portrayed hy Lyle lNlorrisou. Mrs. Thumble, the slightly inebriated member
of the cast who spent most of her time eating. was played hy Katie O'lJowd.
Mrs. llaseomh. the snoh, who was leaving her husband to meet someone else lwe
never found out whoj was handled hy Mary Margaret Ilendersou. Trudy Blitt.
who in her better days could spit thirty yards, was played hy Lillian Johantgen.
llick Mitchell played Captain Collins, and he acted so well we c0uldn't tell whether
he would he Herr Colster, or Buster. the .-Xmeriean spy. llerr Von Strumm, the
ll-hoat captain, was played hy Bill XVarren. As Mrs. Schuhman, a Jewish refugee
from Germany, we had Violet Epstein. ,Xs her disguised daughter. Grace Shields.
Ruth Guenther did a grand pieee of acting. Last. hut not least. we come to I1
slimy little character called "Fritzie" who stole jewelry. slapped ladies' faces and
shot Dick Mitchell in the arm without even the slightest strain on his conscience.
XX'ith the greatest ease, Frank Boice handled this part heautifully,
The cast this ve'1r was reallv super 'ind thev put the plav over with a hang. Ciapv
The play was directed by Miss Lillian Cavett and was produced hy T. D. Romero.
Senior class advisor. lt was really grandg the hest Senior class play yet-we think!
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The Northwest end of the ztnnex hzisement is the setting of one ot' the most popu-
lzn' clcpzlrtments in this school-the tirnpliic .Xrts Depzlrtment. Otis H. Chirlester
is the clep:n'tment's director with Hurry .X. tiolclstein. instructor and 'lean flrziliznn
hzul charge of the stock :incl hookkeeping.
The iirzqvhic .Xrts Department ollers printing. embossing. gilding, color printing.
hookhincling, making of scrznphooks, pliotogrrtpliy. etching, hloclc cutting and mar-
This clepztrtment hurl three erluczttionztl ztilns. The hrst was general Cfll1C2lll0ll. :ls of
:ill the major industriztl lielcls. Grzlpliic .Xrts is the lezist known. The second was
:Lvoczltion or hohhies. .Xml the thircl :mtl last was voczttionnl guiclnnee.
The students made stationery, culling cztrtls, Christmzts cztrcls, or other types of
personal printing, snapshot zilhinns, :mtl rehonnfl ohl hooks :mtl magazines for
The firzt mhic .Xrts lie l2lI'lll1CIll which was or-fnnizetl on the 500th 2l11I1TVCI'S2ll'V of
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mrintin ', works in close co-o meration with the other cle mrtments of the school. lt
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'irintecl mosters for vztrions school events. memhersln 5 czircls for school 0f"Zl!1lZZl-
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The Lyres' Men Katy and jan
We were members ol that honored and envied society. the l.yres Club, an atliliation
of the High School Hand. and it is not l.iars but lyres-you know, musical instrnf
ments like harps. that angels play on. In the Tucson Senior lligh Hand room
there were certain rules it was our duty to enforce. For instance. that custom that
no one wearing green socks or suspenders was allowed in the band room, or not
for long anyway. XYith the aid of a good sized paddle. with holes in the hall
while the wearer went barefooted inside. and the suspenders dangling from pant-
I don't know what we did in 1944 except have a lot of fun. Wie only needed two
ofhcers-president. XYildon Pickett. to head the organization, and Sargeant-at-
.Xrms, Donald "Texas'l lloward. to make it possible for Fickett to head us.
This club was really exclusive. XVe had only six active members and three mem-
bers in the Navy, Vtleber Starns, Roger Carl and Glenn Johnson.
lt was a great honor while in High School to be a member of the Lyres Club.
and we certainly hope that future l.yres Clubers will preserve our good name.
habits, and duties.
"ln this corner we haven-our lovely Senior secretary, better known as 'flan'
lfriedman. Since .lanice had absolutely zzntlzilzg to do this year. we bestowed upon
ber the title of .Xctivity Ticket Subscription Drive Chairman. tTo the sopho-
mores this news means that she was the one who "put the pressure" on you to
buy those little green booklets. better known as 'lYe Olde Activity Ticket."j Since
-lan isnlt one to do anything hall-way. the drive went over the top with a Final
tally of 1242 ,Xctivity Tickets sold.
Kloving slowly down the hall. who do we meet but Katie OyDowd. She was the
capable head of this years Magazine Drive. Yes. it was she who inspired the
Sophomores twhy do we always pick on themil with the noble words "Does vonr
magazine read ditterent lately?, it so, switch to a t'urtiss magazine. all types' and
kinds for every taste," and words to that ettect. Seriously, however, the drive
certainly benelited the school, netting a total of 553461.08 for the Student Hodv
lfund. The three high homerooms in the drive were Kliss favett. Nlr. Romero. and
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FRANK IZUICIC--Frank "Pancho" Boice, president of the senior class, out-
standing football guard, and an all-weather friend, is deservedly admired
by his legion of friends. A regular western rancher, "Pancho" has de-
veloped a powerful set of muscles from herding cattle and doing all the
various range tasks besides his track work.
LYLE MORRISON-Tlle vivacious secretary of our student body is Lyle
Morrison, packed with vim, vitality, and a loud "Hi !" VVhen she is sick,
she has to act, because Lyle is the perfect picture of one ready to set the
world on fire. Look to Lyle for leadership. She is a girl waiting to do
one a good turn.
MONTY NVILKINSON-'l'hat tall, sheikish vice-president of the senior
class is none other than Monty VVilkinson, who is also a Hash with a javelin.
As his lithe presence provokes sighs from the girls, the boys will like his
modest actions and genuine interest in every person he meets. llis reserced
manner earns him many friends. U
BETTY LOU ANDERSONVAA bushel of pep is found in Betty Lou An-
derson, our senior class councilman and yearbook album staff editor, who
finds time to be on practically every organization in school, A "Colgate"
smile also enhances her chestnut hair and eyes, which greet with a sparkle,
even the lowly sophomore.
OSCAR CONZ.i'Xl.liS-The wily character you have undoubtedly seen all
around the vicinity of school and Tucson's near-by environs is Oscar Gon-
zales, senior class councilman-at-large. It is worth the price of a movie
to see Oscar describe a prizetight and watch his flashing white teeth and
very descriptive gestures.
ROHERTA SMAIL-Young lady with the Yeronica Lake appearance is
"'Bobbie" Smail, versatile managing editor of the Chronicle. She surely
knows her business, and manages to do two things in the time it takes others
to do one. ller winning smile and sharp tongue are widely known in the
annals of her associates.
ALVIN KIX'lil.--Altlioiigli he is diminutive, "Al" Kivel certainly packs a
wallop. To his careful guidance we may attribute the success of our bas-
ketball squad. llesides being all-state forward and captain, he plays a mean
game of baseball, where his calmness' and sense of direction are clearly
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IIICRNQXRIJ SIMONS--Guiding the Tucsonian this year is "Bud" Simons,
who has an opinion on everything and a will to back him up. llusy at all
times, he manages to keep a jovial smile and rugged laugh. :Xt home there
are plenty of vegetables and honey to verify his interest in horticulture
.IANICIC FRIICUMJXN---Sniootli secretary of the senior class, Chronicle
circulation manager, and Tucstnian business manager is "jan" Friedman,
a popular trick with beautiful brown hair, Sincere, and anxious to do Il
good turn, she has captured the hearts of all with her natural manner and
merry twinkle in her eyes.
Bl-IRT l'R.-XTT-'I'l1e guy with the cheery deep voice and broad shoulders
is Bert Pratt, football tackle, president of the Lettermatfs Club, and all-
round hearty fellow. Quiet and with a purpose behind everything he does.
Bert is noted for his easy-going manner, and appearance ot a football hero.
TOM XY.XlJIJl2I-l.-Ace photographer and managing editor of the Tucson-
ian is mild-mannered Tom XVaddell, the busiest guy in school, forever
scurrying to and fro snapping pictures on rush assignments. A hard
worker, loyal, and a straight shooter describe him. NVQ might add he is
a versatile actor,
XYICHIQR ST,-XRXS-NYitl1 a business-like attitude and engaging grin, XYeber
Starns served as co-business manager of the Chronicle until he graduated
from high school and enlisted in the Navy Y-ll in january. XYe have
missed his helping presence this second semester, but look forward to see-
ing him later in life.
M,-XRGLTICRITE XN'Ol.Fl2--A rollicking bundle of brains, voice, and talent
is Marguerite NY1,lle. just "VK'ollc" for short, the eapable aditor of the Lit-
erary Quarterly, member of the Chronicle editorial board. and girls' quar-
tette. ller golden voiee has often added much to our assemblies, as haxe
her efforts to better our Quarterly,
XYRICNFICRIJ T.XCKlQ'l'T-Stocky XVrenferd Taekett, all-state right half-
back, had been with us all through school, serving as president of the Let-
tern1an's Club until he graduated in january and enlisted in Cncle Sant?
Navy, where his effusive exertions will be well-used. Tackett was a like-
able "charaeter" we never forgot.
KlQl.l,lCY RULLINGS-.VX well-dressed man-about-schotil is Kelley Rollings,
scholastic "brain" and editor of the medalist-winning Cactus Chronicle
this year. In line with his work on many other clubs and as managing
editor of the Tucsonian, he keeps a cheerful, fun-loving personality and is
capable of doing hard work with seeming ease.
MARY H UTCHINSON-Mary Hutchinson, "Hutch" to all, overflows with
that certain "something," which, with a willing smile and gracious charm,
elected her Rodeo Queen of 19-14. She can ride a horse like a dream, finds
time to be Tucsonian advertising business manager, and the number of her
friends runs into an astronomical figure.
DOCKQIMXS COZART-Capable Chronicle managing editor and Honor So-
ciety president is jolly "Doug"Cozart, whose unruly hair gives away the
fact that he is a guy always on the Ngo." Serious and dependable, with
an amusing be11d toward a practical joker, he may be counted on to do any
DICK Ml'l'CHl2I.l.-Dashing Dick Mitchell, who has a finger in every pie,
wows the girls and swings one of the fastest tennis racquets on the team.
True and considerate, "Mitch" always is having a great time. XYith his
fine talent for drawing he will go far in his chosen field of architecture.
CiRl'1'l'ClIIiN GERHART-"tin-teh" is a girl with a double purpose in life,
to make friends and enjoy herself doing it. And we agree she accom-
plishes both things well. She is a member of the tennis team, holds the
high position of co-business manager on the Chronicle, and showers every-
one with her fun,
BOB YOL'XGiHandso1ne Bob Young has talent in every field, but displays
it most often on the stage or standing behind a bass. The originator of
our notorious "Mock" has the physique that puts him at the top in the pole
vault and relay runs. His infectious grin catches us all in its wake.
TONI RUDULPH-Senior star of the tennis team is attractive Toni
Rudolph, whose gay presence may be seen at every school function. Those
exciting bangs and laughing blue eyes denote a personality interested in
the world. Her appealing, Winsome smile along with an exploring mind
will carry her far.
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,IOIIN MlfSEfI"un-loving johnny Muse, our student body president, foot-
ball tackle, and self-made "Sinatra" is always ready to help a guy out, al-
though he likes to take life easy as much as possible. Being an excellent
the world. Her appealing, winsome smile along with an exploring mind
JACKIE McCLANAI-IAN--That shining star in our midst, endowed with
beauty, brains, and a personality rarely equaled, is jackie McClanahan,
who forever shares an over-supply of happiness and fun with everyone
she meets. Active in almost every part of student life, Jackie is a person
whose lasting friendship we all value.
PAUL BENNETT-XVell-polished and good-natnred is nice-looking "Pete"
Bennett, student body vice-prexy, who can ably handle any situation. Play-
ful "Pete" is always willing to try anything once, as long as there will
be some excitement. When you're out for a good time, be sure to look
EDITH SYKES-Iiubbling over with laughs, looks, and general gaiety is
Edith Sykes, busy art editor of our yearbook and Chronicle editorial board
member, Edith's red hair matches perfectly her flaming personality and
fiery wit, which are appreciated by all. "Buena suerte y hasta Ia vista,
FRED HATISTE+Iiast Fred Iiatiste, a great sportsman whose goal-making
runs in football as left half-back carried our team through as champions,
is liked by everybody. Fred always seems to have something on his mind,
and it's always interesting. He has also earned outstanding fame on the
track team and this year in basketball.
ALICE GIBBS-Here's a gal that really has plenty on the ball. Alice Gibbs
is staff editor of the Chronicle and member of the Quarterly editorial
board. Iler blue eyes, blond hair, and marvelous sense of humor may b
found in every activity of our school. Although literary, Alice is never
IIARRY GlNgl"or a solid trumpet rendition of any tune or the latest in a
joke or sports, turn to Harry Gin, sports editor of the Chronicle and main-
stay of our Swing Hand. Ilis broad grin and searching mind gather friends
about him like a magnet. Ilarry is a fellow you can never atford to forget.
SENIOR lQlCtilS'l'lQtX'l'lt JN l7.XX'f
Those lovable. little rlarlings are here again--eekl iXfter some unclouhteclly
eclneational vacations prohalmly spent in amazing eontortions at the lilue Moon
or in the bright, simshiny t ?J atmosphere of local pool halls, the Senior Class
of l4-l is haelx. tXt'ter this nice. restful school year toh yeahj they shonlcl he as
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goorl as eyerfwe hope. lxirlchng astfle. we re fflarl to see yon, one and all.
,IYNIOR RlitilS'l'R.X'l'1tJX lD.XYf
,Itmior's clay to tight for those favorite linglish classes. say "hello" to all those
lovely familiar laces onee again, and meet a teacher just when you're clomg
the wrong thing.
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lJlCMliRl'l' SYSTICKI S'I',XlQ'l'S l'l.lL'lilNtie
lion lloclges skicls into class,-hut too late. .X certain algebra teacher t' namely
Xliss tlj sencls him to the otliee where he pours out the following pathetic
Iloclges: "XX'ell-l was sliding into class on my stomach when the hell rangf'
lillieient llelen Llarlt as she ehallts np more clemerits: "lt Seems to Me llve
I leartl 'l'l1at Song lleloref'
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X'lt"I'tJRYASehool was let ont early.
t'lIlQtDNlCl.li S'l'.Xl"l7 NIIZICTS FUR Tllli FIRST 'l'lXllC-
ktltlhkliss X'ail: "l have just a fore very important things to tell you about
-l:Otl-Miss X'ail: ".Xs l was saying'-"
5 :UO--Miss Yail: "4 Jne more thing."
6:00-Bliss Yail: "ln eonelusion hear in mincldu
7 :OO -Kliss Yail: "l almost forgot--"
8 ztltlvkliss X'ail: I lome Sweet llome.
'I'llQ'SCDX-'lllSlllili KLXNIC tor so they toltl nsj
l.oolcecl like a great clay for a tootlmall game teven Kyle and Carson congratu-
laterl eaeh other on the lovely weatherl, Then "The Rains Caine" and the
llislmee lmoys hacl to re'urn home with only a threat of a heating. lt was really a
tlownponr. so we all swam to the show anml then paflrllecl home.
'IITCSON l5tXlJt2lilQS UX'liRtftJNllC ST. NLXRXNS 27-off
XX'as it a hirfl! .X plane! or Superman! No, just llarney liengla as he fell otl'
the top row ol the hleaehers.
S'l'L'lJliN'l' ISHIJX' l'lil' tXSSlCMl3l.X'-fd
lt takes a singer like .Iohn Muse t'l'.l l.S.'s own swoon eroonerl ancl a cheer
leatler like Clill' llenerliet to put across those snappy songs anrl cheers.
Fl RST Qlf.XlQ'l'lilQl.Y KllQlC'l'lNtj-
Xriny adds Anderson. leztves hlilfflll Hlilttllgillg magazine.
l3qXlJt2lCliS 'IKXM li NO'lQ'l'll llltill Xl LTS'l'.XNCiS 17-7 in their own stomp-
ing grounds. .
George llixon, Sophomore, wus certainly surprised :it :L lie Klolziy dzlnce when
he reached into his pocket lor at dzlnce program, :ind pulled out instead ll piece
of shimmering hlue cliiffonyzt piece of his lztst dz1te's formal. llow ztlmout that?
Clllit JNICLIC llL'lJlJY l3iXl,l,-
That was ll cute idezt clecliczlting the dances to kids, hut here are il few of our
own oll the record hrztin storms:
"lt stztrted :ill over z1g:iin"vAllete l'ullen und Dot XYeinold.
"XYilly the XX'olf of the XYestH-Bill liickley.
"People Hill Say XYe're in l,ove'l--lloh Morrison and Rosy llrooks.
"Q Ph, XYhzlt El Lovely Why to Spend :tn liveliiligl--AUX" rnountztin.
"Knock Me 11 Kiss"-Cl:u'k Rorbach.
.X "l3R.XlN" lllSt'tJYliRlilJ IX BlllDS'l' UF 'l',ll.S.l!l
hlohn Owen lflzlll is proud to announce the hirth of-his lirst hook! lt contains
tests :uid study plans und :ill that there stutt to 11lZlliC it harder for helpless tor
hopeless?j science students. Congrats and regrets.
"lll. lll,tJNl'JllC," appears to he the new saying for the boys :ind girls who
have decided ll hit of hleztch is just what lllIlliCS thztt Htitlllllblllljn zippearzulce.
Hell, if nature doesn't give it to you, peroxide will!
For Your Future
Cong ress ot Stone
Buy War Bonds
Tucson's Only Corner Jewelry Store
ll. 'l'lic jinx nl' I7 j'Clll'S was lmrulxcn wlicn 'lilivsmi llclcnlcrl l'liuc-nix :il ilu' limnn'
liiffli sclmul Slllflllllll, 27-li lmvfnu' Il vrnwml ul' fyllllll
llill llrnwn zlnfl Ins lug, lmlzlvk lll1llll'l'llIl lic-4-:unc :Ln in
13, Sril"l'lIXX'liS'l'lilQX 'VICXXIS'l'1Jl'lQN.XXlliN'l'
llnys wnlvli girls' llcnnisl lnrin.
l'l. Rlill CROSS l"lliS'l'.X'H
siitlninn :il Ilic lmnutlmll
'l'l1csC lmils ul c'u11vc1'sz1tioi1 wcrc lic-:ml :ll ilu- 1lll.l.L'l'Clll Qniivvssiniisi
Xlfigllt guessing: Hula licmpl. "Wm llisl lin you think l non-rl ninrc' flx':1llinC?"
l"m'lunc Telling: Klczlcle Place prcmlictccl in lic the pineup lilly nl' thc XX':n'cs.
l'm'1 mits 1 liccccccecceeeeeeelq l
pcclccl rlzmclclinns zigzmin Y"
l'm'sz1gc-s: l'cl:1 Slicrnizln in XX'clucr Slzirns. "'l'l1c-so :irc lnvclv. flour. lint l ex-
ZO. Xoniinzltiun for "Sight of thc XYccl4'?'fl Dui' own C. .X. fi1ll'SUll. apron :incl ull.
selling cukcs :lt the clzmce after thc ggznnc.
24. l3.XlJliliRS llli.X'l' KIICSX 27-20-A 'giving the llzulgcrs :ln unflcfczllccl. nnticfcl
season. Nico going fellows.
'l'e1'1'ilnle 'llwlictl I0l'l'Ol'lZ6S .lZlL'lil'IllJlJllS.
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8. 'l.'.Xl.liN'l' .XSSICM lll.Yff
Talent. yes. lun lnnlq what wc gut.
TO G GE RY
4 Bl O XDWAY KILL Xi ll
Class of '44
YOUR t'Rlil7I'I' IS moon
I ew el Boyd
49 E. Congress - Next to State Theatre
Russell 8t Shepercl
Iver Johnson :Sz Greyhound Bicycle
Lawn Mowers-Lawn Mower
"Parts And Repairs
For All Makes"
Phone 2041 218 N. 4th Avenue
l0. lDon't tease the practice teacher
For. though she can hear it.
Someone, Pat, might have a fit
.Xnd that means one FQ demerit l
ll. SENN JR PRQM-
Mr. Romero was sure dancing with a lot of glamorous women, Did he rculllv
have that many dates or is our Danny turning l ?j into a-well. you know
what goes a-woo-oo-o-of!
lo. OPENING NIGHT FOR "SliYl2N'l'l2lCN'.'-
.lack Downey makes with the jire---"Boy, that's the cutest hunk of femme I
ever laid my eyes on." Tarkington never wrote that. .Xnd did you check that
classy zoot jacket. All reetl
-... TUC-lfll CllRlS'l'Nl.XS DANCI
- . Dear hunting for Ulil1ZZY,. llellmiff and Marilyn XYood in Saliino L'anyon----
4 . N , ,
Next day: Girls found! ,Xin't it awful what some people will do for publicity?
4. TIME Cl IANGES-
Of course. there may he an excuse for students ffettinlf the time mixed u J and
B tu 1
missing an hour of school, hut when teachers like Mr. Chidester and Bliss
Proper start taking advantage of the situation then something must he done.
Proposed plan: Have them write on the hoard lOOO times. "l was late. l aiu
a had teacher, hut l am getting lietter each day." .Xin't it awful? lint it'll grow
7. liadgers scalp Nogales Apaches 44-22 in liaskethall.
Tucsori's Populor Priced
Depo rtment Store
llc':iclcl1i:1i'lci's lm' lligli Sclmol
Carol Kng Juniofs Hart Schaffner-Marx
Nolde-Horst Hose Stetson Hats
Munsing Wear Levi-Strauss,
Betty Barrett Shoes Freeman Shoes
537 N. oth Ave.
lzzigui' l'1uzu'vr ,l.l1'lt lllglll wlicn
lfiltli pn-i'iml twill you :Ct
mt- zx coke:
To the Groduotlgg Closs of T944
1 I M A
, Vj,-,MU Serving Tucson Since 1906
A his istinguished Institution Invites
. ,jj , I I I I ou spection.
1 f I r ,
my 9, x ! I -4,1 T' N!
5 J T ationally Advertised Watches
if ' If , J' .
I ff Selected Perfect Blue-White
,J ll Diamonds
'Y' is In ,. Sterling Silver
Q S ' I N
i L 60 E. CONGRESS ST. TUCSON, ARIZONA
WAR BONDS ARE MORE IMPORTANT
+ ,Y W
Class of 1944
46 N. Church St. Ph. 3737
25 N. Stone
Where Everyone Goes
140 W. Broadway Phone 4197
5c to 55.00
l O3 E. Congress
.XNXiJL'Nl'liRlliN'l' IN l5Lfl,l,lC'l'lN--
No lli-Y meeting so all you members can
study for exams-well. that was a futile ges-
.Xnyhody who joins the Commandos now is
l.li'l"l'liRM.XN'S "I1.XL'liXXfXlllY' ILXNCN
Confusin' hut amusin'-even the cluh officers
didnlt know what the score was.
"'l"' pins given outfliy the way, coach. why
don't you gire the fellows more "TH pins,
there aren't enough to go around-to all the
Bl ID-YIQXR GRAlJLf.'X'l'lf JN-
ll. Powers: "This modern dancing is nothing
hut necking to music."
bl. Roads: "I don't like music either."
Douglas Bulldogs Heat Badgers 30-24-
Co-eds claim IJ. Bowen is forward on the
basketball team. hut is backward in everything
Coyotes lick liivel and Co. 33-32. Nice try,
gang. Rodeo Dance-Mary Hutchinson is
crowned. "Queenie the Cutie of the lVild XVest
III-Y .XND D12 MULAY RlY.Xl.RY-
l've never seen a purple cow.
I never hope to see one,
l'd rather be a purple cow,
Than wear a lli-Y or Dellolay jacket.
lYe het if Dick Tracy could see "Flattop"
.Xhee he'd go back to that Pruneface couple.
Nobody knew Georgie Eddie Green could play
a banjo-well. who said he could? And speak-
ing of oddities-Dan McKinney and Elliot
Badgers hite St. Xlary's Knights 5l-36-
Rudolph. Friedman. ul lutchfl and Powers too,
Morrison. Xlehster plus Betty Lou,
Here all elected hy the studes as lmeing keen
For running in the finals for rodeo queen.
BOOTS JXNIJ SlXlJlJl.li lJ.-XNCl2-
Gloria Kohn to boy on crutches, HS,i11ZltlCl',
hloe. in a wreck F"
lloyz "Not in a wreck-am one! l went to
the llools and Saddles dance with ma' boots
on my feet. and ma' saddle on ma' hack ln
' ff- --
'Dau' fflurtb Q
H:r..Urg a.. eofugk
Abi and u. Qt Q3 AGU'
.C 'NTFS 304. Yu-DQ, Xok KVA
X05 ox' hunk.
Congratulations to the Class ot 194-4
F. Ronstadt Hardware Co.
I-lousewo re-I-la rclwa re-Machinery
33 South Sixth Avenue Phone 680
F O R E I G N S H O P
BroadwayViIIage Drug Store G I FTS .
Phone 379 , ,
ARIZONA FLOUR MILLS
fkfllj' bmw. :lllf - - - l'tl'-1'-1'-1' - - - Uh! XYuml5
I4-ga lwflpln-11w1'n'fl - - - Huailc
XYhat's thc mutter? Surprised?
Gail Elson and Janice Friedman Discussing Pearls with
Duniel's Expert Gem Authority.
qMany of Our Customers Make Their Initial Purchase
At Daniels While They Arc Students at Tucson High
They Learn to Depend on DANIELS tor the Best in
DIAMONDS, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware and
ELMER E. PRESENT
X A Z
ff! fnflfilj 5
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rriimous ronigliniiw Finn value
Autog rophs QM ,QW '
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Wrwfjjt M 1 '-
if to 5
Custom Studios Inc.
me Shopp' 3 CentzrofTucacn
- at 0
A W X N L J
M 93 EM 'l" 'f 5 e' Broadway Near Fifth Ave.
Sove ZW Extra
Tl'1I'ifTieS Compliments of
Join Our Christmas Thrifty Club and
Receive a Two Per Cent Dividend on
the Yearls Purchases
Designers of Western Hand-Wrought
Originators of Turquoise and
Santa Fe Tucson
Andy Anderson, Ltd.
Finer Things for Men and Women
19 East Pennington, Tucson, Arizona
HEARN 81 CAID
Sheet Metal Work
224 N. Fourth Ave. Tucson, Arizona
The Arizono Doily Stor
Tucson Doily Citizen
ls Tucson's Most Efficient Salesman,
yet demands the lowest commission.
lf you want to Buy, Sell, Rent, Swap,
Hire someone, Get a Job or Find a
Oldest Business School in
Congratulations to the Seniors
79 North Stone Ave. Phone 1806
D 81 M BEAUTY SHOP
Phone 4700 24 N. Scott St.
We specialize in All Lines of Expert
Would Appreciate Your Patronage
JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING
We have one oi' the largest stocks of watch
crystals in the Southwest
Unbreakables O Glasses 0 Rock Type
Amber, Green, Blue, Pink, and Clear
50c to 32.00-Immediate Service
39 E. Broadway Tucson Phone 762
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Mau about mwu - - - llzlppcr Ilzumy
vulumny puts zmflicucu in stilcllcs - - - IJ-a-11-11-11
G2lj':Lbl!lL' lwurmnc - - - Plummix, llcrc wc CUIUL'
E S limi mcut thc XXX-51 - - - lixplain this, Ruthie
Wifi! J. 9
A 550 V
ill? All HA
Lois Isaacson and Paul Bennett, class of 44, hard Q73 at work at MARTIN DRUG
Store No. 1 . . . Several other Senior High School students ure employed part-time by
the MARTIN DRUG CO. chain of seven drug stores.
Tucson's Super Market
Speedway at Park Avenue
The Arizon-o Studio
BEST WISHES TO 113 E. Broadway
The Students of TUCSON, ARIZONA
Tucson Senior High
And the Class of 1944 Phone 2192
Broadway just east of 6th Ave.
from Graduating Class
'Tucson Lodge No. 385 ' L FI M
B. P. O- Elks ozoro ower ort
Clifford R. Salter Leionne Raney Salter
Autog rophs A A
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l. Badger eagemeu capture Suulliwestern Cmmfereiiee by outplaying Nogales in
a 51-29 tilt.
V. "Big time" plumtograplier invades the little red seliool house. liumiy how
eve1'ylmody turned out with jewelry and clothes that had been in hoek for
years. Wlell, who woulmlult try to look like a l'uwer's Model for a cover picture?
10. lligratiou to Plioenix for the State ll. B. 'l'uurney.
15. JUNIOR .-XSSElXlBl,Y-
lS. JUNIK IR PRC JM-
Zl. FIRST DAY OF SPRING-
23. SOPIIOMURIC ,XSSlCKll3l.Y-
YOU'LL ALSO FIND
tempting and dainty lingerie . . .
negligees . . linens . . blanket cov-
ers . . . bed spreads . . . handker-
chiefs, plain and monogrammed
. . . and the most beautiful clothes
in the entire Southwest. Do Come
in and visit in an enchanting
NICE FOR GIFTS'
0 You ought to drop over to Mary
Hughston's Shop, 4 Broadway
Village, where Gifts galore, un-
usual and dierent, line the cases
and are piled high on the tables.
Theres just no telling what you'll
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Broadway at Country Club Road
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FOR THE FREEDOM XVE SO DESIRE
BUY MORE WAR BONDS
The Tucson Gas, Electric Light 81 Power Co.
fy if fb
Vp Vy JU W' Q,-"P
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B ought You the Play-by-Play
Action of this Sec1son's Home
AN EVENING AT THE SANTA RITA HOTEL
V 5 3 If you have the added thrill
-eu' 'V -V fu' -A-an 1" ,f-4---
Finest Specialty Shop
of graduating with the gift of
a watch or diamond from
'rn li TSIIUI'
Jewelfy ,A fmw- . wi-su - PHUHL was
Hats Gifts Bags
Congratulations to the
Class of '44
0101? all 1 Realtors
28 N. Stone Ave.
Broadway at Country Club Road Phone 4020
Local-Long Distance Hauling
81 DOOR CO.
RINCON DRUG STORE
302 S. Park 1848 East Sixth Phone 3400
-l. 'l'lliL5l'l,XN S'l'L'IJIiN'l' BODY lf'l,.XY PR4XC'l'IClC--
Cavett: "Have you had any stage experience P"
Snyder: "XYell, I had my leg in a castf'
ln. " ' '
Izl,iLC.l'1'.lJ lil Tlflli CLASS OF '44-
Uscar Gonzales as the boy most likely to go to seed.
Monty Xlilkiuson as the lmoy most likely to go foo.
l8. SIQNIK DR EXAM9-
Aoilk Avy l
Nl? 01235 XF-Y
lien Glover to ll. Mitchell: Wllliink you paassecl. l1oy?3'
"Blitch": "I clou't know, lmut l sure got oiif ou some of
ll. CI.: "How far were you from the correct answer F"
IJ. M.: "Two seatsf,
lfl, 'l'LfCSUNi,'XN COMICS OUT--
liransou disgusted: "XVl1o wrote these features ?',
lloustou: 'XI cliclfy
Branson: "Oh, gee--goocl ainlt' tliey????H
those Trig. problems."
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HOWARD 8c STCFFT
Supplies ond Eguipment
Fo tyE tP 'gton Teleph e61
Phone 6040 Phone 6041
Tidmorsh Engineering Co.
'75-119 W. Congress St
I Tucson,4 Arizo 23 North Main Phone 177
For Fme Ice Cream Shakes and oth
Fo tain Drinks. Also good foods.
930 E Sp ed ay
5 84 lO 84 25C Stores
97- l Ol Eost Congress
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Katie O'Dowd, that slick chick, has been holcling out on us loo long' -it's
about time she showed us her talents.
FINAL EXXMS FOR IRS. .XND SOPIl.-
Burrows: "Before the test are there any questions ?"
Tom Burrows: "W'hat's the name of the course, father F"
COM M ENCEMEN13-
With admiration we dedicate stilts to the Senior Class so they eau get up in
Tom XVaddell: "May I have this da11ce?',
Janet Ruggles: "Certainly, if you can Gnd a partuerf'
You will be smartly dressed if you choose your graduation dress here
Marquisettes Nets Chiffons
Priced From 14.95
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Book 8a Stationery Store
56 E' 't C g -T '
Greeting Cards Leather Goods
Jones Drug Co.
Congress at S ott
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4 W1 The Tendertoot's Friend
Ajya A Character Study by
fc, ' i AI Buehrnan
J'ZQ,Qf Official Photographer
fe ZA K Z A Tucsonian
J. KNOX CORBETT LUMBER AND HARDWARE C0
Serving Tucson Since 1890
Building Materials Lumber-Roofing
Of Guaranteed Building V
North Sixth Avenue at Seventh Street
A Tidmcursh Engineering Co.
23 North Main Phone 177
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Haskell Linen Supply
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press our thanks to the many students and townspeople who have helped to put out this
book. While it is hard to praise everyone We would like to compliment all the staffs and
the ad staff for selling an almost unprecedented amount of advertising.
The Graphic Arts Department with Alice Vega, Mr. Chidester and Mr. Goldstein re-
ceive our thanks for their work on the division
- pages and endsheets. We would especially like
to thank Mr. Al Buehman, our photographer,
Mr. B. W. Simons, our engraver and Mr. Herb
Morrison, our printer. The latter two had to worry
over late copy and insufficient instructions.
To the editorial board and business staff assistants
rf, ' We would like to give a bushel of ration stamps
1 and gas coupons. To Mr. Kyle, We would like to
F, gi express our deepest gratitude and owe to him one
I of our fondest memories of our high school days
at THS. His keen sense of humor and helpful
' guidance have endeared him to all Whose pleasure
it has -been to work with him.
BERNARD SIMON S, Editor
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