Tucson High School - Tucsonian Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)
- Class of 1945
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Judge F1Ckett Mr Barnhlll Superlntendent Morrow Mr Howell
Behlnd the staffs of Tucson Hlgh IS the Board of Educatlon composed of
O H Barnhlll Judge Fred Flckett and P E Howell These men employ
personnel and establlsh a school pollcy for the system R D Morrow
Superlntendent of Schools IS admlmstrator to the schools and carrles out
the dec1s1ons of the Board These four men and Pr1nc1pal C A Carson
are responslble for makmg thls h1gh school one of the best and most effl
c1ently run IH the countrx
Mr Carsons many dut1es can be classlfied under the two general head
mgs of adm1n1strat1on and superv1s1on Overseelng the school budget
mamtenace of the bu1ld1ng and superv1s1on of the reg1strat1on offlce and
book store are h1s respons1b111t1es
In charge of the correspondence and detalls of offlce work IS NIISS Ruth
Fuller Carsons secretary and a Xery well known member of the staff
MISS Brazelton Mr Calson Mr Tolson
BALCH. MARY-American Problems: Girls'
BARRINGER, JOHN-Physical Educatlonp Swing
Band: Senior Hi-Y.
BAZZETTA. GEORGE-Chemistry! Navigation 2
BLODGETT. J. PARKS-Mechanical Drawing:
Sophomore Hi-YQ Chess Club.
BOOHER. MARGARET-Home Economics.
BRAZELTON, FLORENCE-French, La League
BUEHMAN PHILIP Radio Physics lzlectrl
BURROWS HERBERT J Spanish Pan Amer
BUTTS ALICEG Latin World Hrstors Latrn
CARMONY PAUL Twprng Mlmeographrng,
CARR ALICE Study Hall
CAVETT LILLIAN Public Speaking Dramatic
Art Dramatic Owls National Thesplans
CELAYA IDA Spanish El Cerxantes
CHIDESTER OTIS H Craphrc Arts Quarter
lv National Graphic Arts Club
CULLEY EVA Ar t
DOOLElN B C Physical Education Basketball
FOGELSONG ANlN Phxslcal Lducatlon
PLTRLLL RALPH Algebra lcomctrx Junror
GALE LAURA Algebra Ceometrw Honor So
GAINOUNC R A Industrial Art
GEYER MIRIAM English
GOLDSTEIN HARRX -Graphic Arts Lamcm
CRAHANI ALICE JEAN Bookstore
CREER JASON Phxsrcal Education Xssrtant
Football Coach Tennrs
GRIDLEY ROLLIN American Problems boot
ball Coach Letterman s Club
HALL JOHIN O Brologx Sophomore Xdxrser
HALI -XHAN J J l-'hurts Radar
HEATH. MABELLE-American History.
I-IIGGS. INIABEL-Economiv Mathematics. Al-
HOLSINGER. C. J.-Law: Salesmanshipz Boys'
HIM HI-5 ANINA English
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'XIAL LIL JOSFPH W Phxsu 11 Inducatlon Mill
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MARTIN HARRIETTE Englwh Quarterlx
'NIERCI-R EMMA Hlstorx Tdllx H1
NLWCOME. LEONIA Asslsmnt Llblallan
PAYTOIN ETHEL Blolngx
PI4 RIxINS ALILE Engliih
PI- TI' RQON RLTH Shox thand Tvping
I INJRSTCJN Rb FH Bookkeeping Ixplng
RI- A BESSIL English
RFAY NIARY LUE Phx Qical Education
RIBI:I IN VK IJ Amexlcan HISIIJIX
RIC RI-I H-XRRX Plano
PII L INS RXLHEL Lnglish
POBINQON NI-XRJORIL Englmh Junlm
ROBINSON KIRK INIA Phxslcnl I-ducduun
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PONIFRO T D Bookkeeping., Boxs boudl
Hour Lommlttee Qheerlcadui benxox Ad
P'xIxIxEN XX ALTER Amexlcdn HISIOIX
SPAN!-LL -XRTHLR Band Olchestra Lxxes
SHAEFF ER, DELIGHT-Dlstrlbutlve Educatlon.
SHERMAN, VIVIAN-Assistant Attendance
SLAGLE, HANLEY-Physical Education: Base-
SPAHR ETHEL Registrar
STEVENSON MARJORIE-English lucsonlan
STONDALL F A Metal Shop
TRAINOR ESTHER Attendance Clerk
UTTERBACK MADGE Director of Vocal Music
VAIL ALICE-Head of English Department
VAN HORNE J D Physical Education Track
VAN HORNE THELMA Spanish
VESEY FRANCIS General Metals
WARD BARBARA Spanish Tuc Hi
WEBB RAY Algebra Trigonometry Geometry
WILLIAMS HELEN Phwslcal Education
YOUNG KATHRYN Head of Glrls Phvslcal
TEACHERS NOT PHOTOGRAPH FD
BURROWS RUTH Spanrsh
BURTON LESTER Alrcraft Engrne Nlachanits
CARTER ALICE Study Hall
CRAGIIN GERTRLDE Nurse
LAGER -X J Automobrle Nlechanrcs
HOYT DONALD Geometrx
lx-XLIL NIARH Shorthand Txprn
LLZ CHARLOTTE En lrsh
PROPER CHARLOTTE Shorthand Txprng
TAYLOR JOHN L Xmerrcan Problems
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WHITING, F. MARION-Chemistry: "30" Club. A
Mrs Tramor M1 Fuller MISS Sphar Mr Hor1 Mr Sherman
Fam1l1ar to everyone are MISS Calanthe Brazelton dean of g1rls and Andy
Tolson ass1stant pr1nc1pal and dean of boys MISS Brazelton plans the
school calendar of extra curmcular HCt1V1t1GS and heads the Jumor Red
Cross and G1rls Soc1al Hour Comm1ttee Anothe1 of her tasks 1S the su
perv1s1on of the Dean s Con'1m1ttee a group of g1rls who do an hour s Off1C9
work each day
Equallv nnportant are Mr Tolson s dut1es who wo1 ks as hard for the boys
as MISS Brazelton does for the g1rls He 13 the ac1x1se1 to serv1cemen who
w1sh to Hnlsh hlgh school upon dlscharge
from the Army or Navy
In charge of the records department are
MISS Ethyl Sphar and her three 3SSlSt
ants Mrs Esther Horr Mrs Esther
Tralnor and Mrs V1v1an Sherman who
take care cf attendance
Another lmportant cog 1n the school ad
m1n1strat1on machmery IS the cafeterla
staff headed by MISS Lucxlle Sherwood
Her staff IS 1n charge of the fine lunches
provlded the students
Head englneer A C Downs watchman
Roy Saxon and head gardener Donald
Guthrle are responslble for the appear
ance and upkeep of the bulldlng
To keep the srhool clean and neat the
Janltor staff works summer and w1nter
Mxke R1SSgO favorlte of manv students
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The Student Council of Tucson Senior High
School meets and is called to order. The
docket is full. In rapid succession the busi-
ness of the day is presented, discussedg de-
cisions are made, plans for their administra-
tion set forth, then checked off. The meet-
ing is adjourned. Out into the halls go these
council members, to fade into the daily rou-
tine of classes, athletics and social activities,
to mingle with their fellow students and
to gain from them the opinions and suggest-
ions upon which they will base their de-
cisions when they next meet as members of
the governing body of T. H. S.
These were your student administrators,
your representatives for the year 1944-45g
Joe Goff, presidentg Gordon "Jiggs" Lent,
vice-presidentg and Bessie Mae "Poozie" Boy-
er, secretary. Councilman-at-large was
Lowell Bailey. Senior councilmen were
Rosemary Brooks and Jim Drachmang junior
councilmen, Craig Smith and Bob Boiceg and
sophomore councilmen, Roy Romero, Vernor
Lovett, and Catherine Chakiris. Faculty adviser for the council was Dean
of Boys, Andy M. Tolson.
The most important function of the student council this year was to act
as host on December 1 to the 150 delegates of the annual convention of
the Arizona Association of Student Officers, held for the first time in Tuc-
J oe Goff
Rosemary Brooks Jim Drachman
Jiggs Lent Craig Smith Bob Boice
son. The theme of the convention, in which
28 schools were represented, was "Youth and
As president of the host school, Joe Goff auto-
matically became head of the convention
and presided at all panel discussions and
business meetings. Secretary Bessie Mae
Boyer was in charge of registration of dele-
gates and also kept minutes of the proceed-
From 8:30 a. m. until 10:30 a. m. the out-of-
town visitors toured the grounds and build-
ings of T. H. S., after which the school presi-
dents were introduced to the entire Tucson
student body at an assembly in the stadium.
The morning session of the convention open-
ed at 1:25 a. m. in the auditorium with Goff
presiding. The following addresses were
given by the various delegates: "Education in
Peace," "Compulsory Military Training,"
"The G. I. Bill of Rights," The Returned Vet-
eran in High School," and a talk in behalf of
the Arizona Youth Suifrage League.
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After an informal luncheon for the delegates, held in the cafeteria, the
afternoon session got underway, and consisted for the most part of panel
discussions on subjects raised during the morning.
The delegates were invited to attend the Senior Prom in the evening.
Vernor Lovett Catheryn Chakiris
Mr. Tolson Roy Romero Lowell Bailey
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The Senlcr Class of 19-lo 11kt most grad
uatlng classes Complamed about hard
work and long hours but when g1adua
t1on t1me approached xx ele mst as reluc
tant to leaxe It was hard to sax good
bye to a xear packed xxlth x ICIOIIQS and
fun marrcl LH x bx a mtle studx 1ng
Larrx McQuade presldent Tom W11
llamson use pres1dent Igggx Snall
secretary Ro emnx B1 oks and Jlm
Drachman student Qounulrnen helped
to make th1 l st year at T H S the best
Hlghllghtlng tne entne xeal s soclal
events was the Sen1or Prom planned by
the Cabmet and Counc1l P1 obablv the
most extravagant 1n the h1sto1v of T
H S proms th1s one was 1ndeed a great
success The theme was W1nterland
and the cafeter1a was a wonderland of
1cebergs and 1c1cles A sh1p and llghthouse were also part of the de
corat1ons T D Danny Romero was the popular advlser
ide Peg Small Tom Wlll1dIUSOH
Sen1or d1tLh day the Senlor Assembly and finallv graduat1on remlnded
Qverv SGDIOI all too well that th1s last wonderful year at Tucson Hxgh had
SENIOR CABINET AND COUNCIL
DILCORATING FOR THE PROM
-X1 lHE SEINIOR PROVI
ACTON. THELMA-Allegro 4: Al-
legretto 4: Balladettes 4: Ballad-
AGUIRRE. GILDA - Chronlclc 3:
Junior' Red Cross 4.
AHRENS ED Intra Mural Sports
2 3 Pep Squad3 4 30 Club 4
President 4 Chess Club Camera
ANDERSON TERRY Junior Red
Cross 2 3 Pep Squad 3 4 .50
Club 4 Chess Club Camer 1 Clrck
ANDREE IRENL-G S L
Junior Red Cross 4 Junior Mrss
AVERY PRISCILLA Allegro
Balladeers 3 4 Chronicle 3 Ed
torlal board 4 Quarterly 3 luc
H1 3 Cabinet 4 Tucsonlan l lN 1
lronal Honor Societx 4
ADAMS. DETTE JANE-Tally-Hi 3.
4: Tucsonlan 4.
AHEE. SOLWBasketball Squad 2:
Chronicle 2, 3. 4: Class Cabinet 2.
3: Class Ofhcers 2: Dance Com-
mittee 3: Football Squad 2. 3, 4:
Hl-Y 2. 3. 4: Intra-Mural Sports
2. 3. 4: Junlor Guard 3: Letter-
man's Club 3. 4: National Honor
Society 4: Pep Squad 4.
AYLSVSORTH HAROLD Basket
ball Squad 2 3 4 HIY 4 Intra
Mural Sports 2 Junlor Red Cross
2 Letterman s Club 3 4 Pep
Squad I6 3 4
ANDERSON TOM Hl Y 4 Intra
Mural Sports 3 Junlor Red Cross
ARMSTRONG ROSEMARY Junior
Red Cross 2 3 4 Phyllis Weatley
Grrl Reserves 2 3 4
ARNTZEN EDDIE Band 2 3 4
Lrbrarlan Chronicle 4 Lvres
Club 4 Pep Squad 3 Swing Band
3 4 Band National Honor bo
phlc A ts Club 3 4 Quarterlv
BAILEY LOWELL Baseball Squad
2 3 4 Basketball Squad 2 3 4
Hl Y 2 3 4 Intra Mural Sports
2 3 Junlor Guard 3 Lettermans
C ub 2 3 4 Pep Squad 3
Quarterlx 3 4 Councllman 3 4
Nrtlnn rl Honor Socletx 4
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BARKER MINNIE Chronrcle 4
GAA 3 4
Dramatic Owls 3
BASSILLIO MARGARET G A A
BELL BARBARA GAA 2 3 4
Junior Red Cross 2 3 4 Senior
Cablnet 4 Phyllis Wheatley Girl
Reserves 2 3 4 Program Charr
man 3 4
BERGER ANNETTE Chronlcle 4
3 Pep Squad 4 Tuc H1 3 4
BRADLEY ELEANOR Chr omcle
3 4 Pep Squad 4 Spring Fes
t al 2 3 4
BALLARD, GERRI - Chronicle 45
Pep Squad 4.
BARNEY BARBARA Pan Amerl
can Club 4 Pep Squad 4 Tuc Hi
BARR WILL Intra Mural Sports
3 Junior Red Cross 2 Pep Squad
2 3 Junlor Miss 4 Dramatlc
Owls 4 Thesplans 4
BECKER JESSIE-Chronrcle 2 4
El Cervantes 4 G A A 2 National
Honor Society 4 Pan American
Club 3 4 Pep Squad 4 Tuc H1
4 Tucsonlan 4
BELL LOUANN Junlor Red Cross
3 4 Pan Amerlcan Club 3
BINGHAM NORMAN Class Cabl
HIY 3 4 Lettermens Club 3
Presldent 4 Pep Squad 4
BOXER BESSIE MAE Assembly
Committee 4 Chronicle
Class Cabinet 4 GAA 2 3 4
GSL 2 3 Junior Guard 3 Pep
Squad 2 3 4 Quarterly 2
Senior Councrl 4 Soclal Hour
Commrttee 4 Student Body Sec
retarw 4 Tallw H1 2 TucH13 4
Tucsonlan 3 4
BRIMVIER PAT-Chronicle 4 GA
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BROWN. BETTY JUNE-G.A.A. 2,
3. 43 Marching Squad 2.
BROWN PATRICIA-Chronlcle 2
Dramatic Owls 3 Lady Of the
Market Place Quarterlv 4 Thes
plan 3 4 Tucsonran 4
BUNTIN MARGARET Chronrcle
3 4 Pep Squad 4
BUSH ROBERT Junlor Red Cross
2 3 4 Track Squad 4
cle 4 Dramatic Ovvls 4 President
The Fighting Lltll9S 4 Junior
Miss 4 Quarterly 4 Thesplan 4
CANIFIELD BOB Football Squad
2 Intra Mural Sports 2 3 Pep
Squad 4 Junror Red Cross 2 3
4 Track Squad 2 3 4
CARINI MARY LOLISE Pep
Squad 3 4 Tuc Hr 4
BROWN. DON-Band 2. 3. 4: Intra-
Mural Sports 3: Junior Red Cross
2, 3. 4: Lyre's Club 4.
BROWN MICKEY - Cheer Leader'
4 Intra Mural Sports 2 3 Pep
Squad 4 30 Club 4 Vice Pres
BUCHNER E D W A R D Junior
BUCHNER EDWARD Junior
CAMERON THELA Balladettes
2 GAA 4 Pep Squad 2 3
Tuc Hi 3 4 Dramatic Owls 4
Graphic Arts Club 4
CANFIELD RICHARD Football
Pep Squad 4 Track Squad 2 3
CARDENAS RAFAEL El Cerxan
tes 4 Sprrng Festixal 2 Pan
Amerrcan Club 3 Secretary 4
CARSON GAIL-Dance Committee
3 GAA 3 4 Junior Guard 3
Junror Red Cross 3 4 Girls Nice
Charrman Pep Squad 3 4 Quar
terlx 4 Tue Hr 3 4 Natronal Hon
or Socrety 4
' 3 ' ' Squad 25 .Intra-Mural Sports 2. 3:
CATALANTO. ROSE-Chronicle 4:
G.A.A. 2, 3: Treasurer 4: G.S.L.
35 Presldent 43 Girls "T" Club.
Secretary Treasurer 4: Intra-Mural
Sports 2. 3, 4: Advanced Tennls
4: String Cholr 23 Spring Festival
2. 3. 4: Archery Club 3, 4: Tum-
bling 2, 3, 41 National Honor So-
CHAMBERS NANCY Dramatic
CHAPMAN DELORES Tally Hl
COLVIN MARY ELLEN Junior
Red Cross 2
CORNELISSEN CAROLYN Chron
rcle 4 Pep Squad 4
CRAWFORD BETTY Balladettes
2 Dance Commrttee 2 G A A 2
Jumor Red Cross 2 3 4 Tuc Hr
CHAMBERLAIN, LELLAH - Pep
CHAN FLORENCE El Cervantes
COLLIS DARLEEN Tuc H1 3
CORBETT RUTH-Lhronrcle 2 4
Managing Editor 4 Class Sec
retary 3 Dance Committee 2
3 4 Dramatic Owls 4 El Cer
xantes2 4 GAA 2 Girls T
Club 3 4 Junior Guard 3 Pep
Squad 2 3 4 Quarterly 3 Edl
tor 4 Semor Council 4 Social
Hour Commrttee 4 Tally Hr Pres
ldent 2 Tucsoman 2 Associate
Editor 3 Managing Edltor 4 So
clal Llfe Committee 3 Spring
Festlwal 2 3 4 Natlonal Honor
Society 3 4
CRAWFORD AL Chronlcle 3
4 Football Squad 2 Intra Mural
Sports 2 3 Junlor Guard 3 Jun
lor Red Cro s 2 Plays Junior
ror Red Cross 2 Junror Miss
Quarterly 4 Thesprans 4 Tuc
onlan 4 Sports Editor National
Honor Societv 3 4
DLAIN BILL Jumor Red Cross 2
3 4 Pep Squad 3 4
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DEI-'TY JEAN Dramatlc Owls 4
GAA 3 4 GSL 4 VICQPIQS
ldent Latln Forum Pep Squad 4
DODSON JERRY Baseball Squad
2 3 Basketball Squad 2 3
Chronicle 4 Senlor Cablnet 4 Hl
Y 2 President 3 Intra Mural
Sports 2 3 Letterman s Club 3 4
Pep Squad 2 3 4 Senlor Play
Soclal Hour Committee 4 V Day
Assembly Commlttee 4
DRACHMAN JIM Senlor Llass
Councllman 4 Dance Committee
2 3 4 Football Squad 2 3 HlY
2 3 4 Intra Mural Sports2 3 4
Junlor Guard 3 Junior Red Cross
Lettermen s Club 3 4 Pep Squad
2 3 4 Soclal Houl Commltttee
Vlce President 4 Student Council
4 Track Squad 2 3 4 Chnonlcle
4 Quarterly 4 Tucsonlan 4
DUGAN BRENDA El Celvantes
4 Pan American Club 3 4 Pep
Squad 4 Tuc Hl 3 4
ELLINGBOE MARY Chronicle 3
4 El Cervantes GAA
Junlor Guard 3 Pep Squad 2 3
4 Quarterly 3 4 TucHi 3 4
Tucsonian 3 4 Natlonal Honor
Society 3 4
EUELL SELMA GAA 2 3 4
Junior Red Cross 2 3 4 Phxllls
Wheatley Glrl Reserxes 2 3 4
DELLA GUARDIA RICK Baseball
Squad 3 4 Junior Red Cross 3
4 Pep Squad 4
DICKINSON JACK Band 2 Bas
ketball Squad 2 Chronlcle 4
Football Squad 2 Junior Red
Cross 2 3 4 Pep Squad 4 Quar
DOLPH GERALDINE G S L
Spring Festlval 2 3
DuBOIS MARY LOU Chronicle
2 3 Editorial Board 4 French
Club 2 GAA 3 4 Orchestra 2
3 Orchestra Honor Soclety4 Pep
Sophomore Assembly 2 National
Honor Society 3 4
EDWARDS RANSOM Junior Red
EPPERSON KEITH Intra Mural
Sports 2 3
FAST MARGARET Chronicle 4
Pan American Club 4 Pep Squad
4 Tuc H1 4
FELIX CECELIA-Chronicle 3 4
El Cerxantes 4 Pep Squad 4 Quay
terly 2 3
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Coordinating Commlttee 2, 3, 41 Squad 3. 4: Quarterly 2' 4:
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FERGUSON PAT Chronrcle 4
Latin Forum 4 Pep Squad 4
FIGUEROA JULIETTE Chronr
cle 4 GAA 4 Pep Squad 4
Tally Hi 2
FISHERMAN THELMA French
Club 3 4 Sprrng Festrval
FREEMAN HELEN Now That
April s Here 3 Thesplan 4
GIAGNINTO MARIE Tuc H1 -l
GIBSON MATTHEW Junior Red
Cross 2 3 4 Chess Club 4 Red
Cross Coordinating Comwrrttee 4
GOFF JOE Assembly Commrttee
4 Basketball Squad 2 Class Cabi
net 2 3 Sophomore President
Junior Class President Dance
Committee 2 3 4 Dramatrc Owls
Football Squad 2 3 4
Hr Y 2 3 4 Intra Mural Sports
4 Junior Guard 3 Junror
Red Cross 2 3 4 Lettermans
Club 2 3 -l Junior 'Vlrss
Senior Council -1 Socral Hour
Commrttee 3 4 Presrdent of Stu
dent Bodx 4 Track Squad 2 3 4
FERRY WILLIAM Junlor Red
Cross 2 3 4
FISHER JIMMY-Quartette 4
FITZPATRICK NOREEN Chron
icle 3 4 El Cervantes 4 GAA
3 4 Pan Amerrcan Club 2
Pep Squad 3 4 Quarterly 3 4
Tally Hi 2 Tuc Hl 3 4
GASPRICK BETTIE-Allegro 3 4
Allegretto 2 Balladeers 3 4
Chronicle 3 Orchestra 3
GIBBS MARY ANN Chronicle 3
4 Class Cabinet 4 Dance Com
mittee 3 4 Pep Squad 3 4 Quar
terly 4 Tucsonlan 3 4
GILLETT TED-Intra Mural Sports
2 3 Pep Squad 4 Junior Red
GONZALEZ MATTHEW Baseball
Squad 2 3 4 Junior Red Cross
2 3 4 Lettermens Club 3 4
Pep Squad 4
GRAYSON. REBA-Dance Commit-
tee 4: G.A.A. 2. 3: Junior Guard
3: Social Hour Committee 4' Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
GREENE EDDIE B nd 2 3 4
Basketball Squad 2 3 4 Lhiom
cle 4 Junior Guard 3 Letter
mens Club 3 4 Lyres Club 4
H1Y 2 3 4 President 4 In ra
Mural Sports 2 3 Pep Squad 4
Senior Council 4 Social Hour
Committee 4 Band Honor SOCIQIN
4 Treasurei Junior P1om Com
GROSS ELSIE Dramatic Ouls 4
GUERRA LEONOR El Ceixantes
Junior Red Cross Tally H1
GUMBY MARJORIE Balladettes
3 Dean s Committee 4 Dramatic
w s 4 GAA 2 3 4 Jun
Red Cross 2 3 4 Quarterlx 4
Tuc H1 3 4 Sp11ng Festnal 2
HALL LORNA-Chronicle 3 4 G
A A 3 4 Pep Squad 3 4 Fight
mg Littles 4 Quarterly 4 Tallx
H1 2 Tuc Hi 3 4
HANSEN DON Pep Squad 3 4
HARDIIN. JOYCE - Balladettes 3:
G. S. L. 4: Junior Red Cross 2, ,
4: Pep Squad 2. 3: Tally-Hi 23
Tuc-Hi 3 4.
I-IAUSMANN. MILDRED - Pan-
American Club 4: Pep Squad 4.
GROSE VIRGINIA-Chronicle 2 '4
4 Class Cabinet 4 Dance Com
m tee 3 4 Fren Club 2 3 4
Glrs T Cub 4 Junlor
Gual 3 LaUnF 4 National
Hono Society Pep Squad 2
uart 4 Social Hour
4 Tally Hi 2 en
2 3 4 Tucsonlan 2 3
s Spoits Editor VDay
C mittee 4 Spring Festnal 2
GUINLY IOM Basketball Squad A
3 4 H1Y Pep Squad 3 4 Social
Houi Committee 4
GUTHRIE J D Balladeens 2
4 National HODOI SOCIGIV 4
Quartette 3 4
1cle2 3 4 El Cervantes4 GAA
4 G S L 3 4 Orchestra
3 4 Pan American Club 4 Pep
Squad 4 Quarterly 4 Tuc Hi 3
4 Tucsonian4 National Orchestra
Honor Socletv 4 President 4
Spring Festival 2 3 4
HANSON THOR B nd 2 3 4
IntraMu1al Sports 2 3 4 Lyres
Club 4 Pep Squad 4 Swing Band
2 3 4 Student Director 4 Band
National Honor Society 4: Presi-
HATCH. AUDREY - Chronicle 4:
French Club 2. 3: President 3
Tuc-Hi 4: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4: Tuc-
I-IELFINSTINE. BILL - Baseball
Squad 2: Cheer Leader 3: Chroni-
cle 4: Dance Committee 4: Dra-
matic Owls 2. 3. 4: Hi-Y 2. 3. 4:
Intra- Mural Sports 2. 31 Pep
Squad 2. 3. 4: Social Hour Com-
I-IERNANDEZ ROSA Spring 1-es
tlval 3 4
HERZOG ART Basketball Squad
2 Cheer Leader 4 Chronicle 4
Intra Mural Sports 2 3 4 30
Club 4 Chess Club
HIRSH DORIS-Pan American Club
4 ep Squad 4
HOWARD BEVERLY Chronrcle 3
Pep Squad 4 Quarterlw 4 Tuc Hr
HUERTA CONCHITA Pcp Squad
4 Photography Club -1
IBLE SARAH-GAA 3 4
HENDERSON DON Dramatic
Owls 2 3 4 Hi Y 4 Intra Murdl
Sports 2 3 Tennis Squad 2 3
HIBBS DOT Dramatic Owls 3
Pep Squad 3 4
Pep Squad 4
HOUGHTON VIRGINIA Deans
Committee 4 Junlor Red Cross 2
3 4 Presldent 4 Social Hour
HOWELL PETE Chronicle 3 4
2 3 4 President 4 Pep Squad
3 4 Quarterly 3 4 Tucsonlan 3
4 Photography Club 2 3 4
HUERTA DORA El Cervantes 4
Pep Squad 4
HUTCHESON FRANK Band 2 3
4 Personnel Manager Lyre s Club
4 Sxung Band 2 3 4
INANS LENARD Chronlcle 2
Intra Mural Sports 2 3 4
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JACKSON MARTHA El Cervantes
4 French Club 4 G A A 2 3
4 Pan American Club 4 Pep
Squad 3 4
JENNEY PAT--Chronlcle 4 Junior
Miss 4 Spring Festlval 4
JOHNSON VERA-Chronicle 3 4
Pan American Club 3 4 Quarter
ly 4 Tucsonlan 4
JONES PAUL Dance Commlttee
3 4 I-IiY 2 3 4 Treasurer
4 Intra Mural Sports 2 3 Flag
Bearer 3 Junior Red Cross
4 Lettermans Club 3 4 Pep
Squad 2 3 4 Social Hour Lom
mittee 4 Track Squad 2
Tucsonlan 4 Vday Committee
KENGLA BARNEY-Cheer Leader
2 3 Chronicle 2 3 4 Dxamatlc
Owls 4 Hi Y 4 Intra Mural Sports
2 3 4 Pep Squad 3 4 Thesplans
KITTERMAN JEAN Jumox Red
Cross 4 Pep Squad 4 Spring 1-es
t al 3 4
KOOGLER, LOIS-Pep Squad 4.
LAKRETZ. DORIS-Chronicle 3. 42
Graphic Arts Club 4: Quarterly
JENKINS HELEN-Chronicle 3 4
Exchange Manager 4 Junlor
Guard 3 Pep Squad 4 Quarterly
3 4 Social Hour Committee 4
Tally Hi 2 Tuc Hi 3 Tucsonlan
4 Spring Festnal 2 3 4
JOHNSOIN HARRY Dance Com
mittee 4 Football Squad 2 3 4
HlY 3 4 Junior Red Cross 4
Letterman s Club 3 4 Vice Pres
ident 4 Social Hour Committee 3
Track Squad 2
KALT JOY-Chronicle 2 3 4 G
A A 2 3 Junior Guard 3 Pep
Squad 2 3 4 Quarterly 3 4 So
cial Hour Committee 4 Tally Hi
2 Tennis Squad 3 4 Tucsonlan
2 3 4 Spring Festival 2 3 4
KOOGLER LOUISE-Junior Red
Cross 2 Pep Squad 4
KNUDSOW. MARTY-Chronicle 4:
Intra-Mural Sports 23 Junior Red
Cross 2: Pep Squad 2, 3' Tennls
LANE. MILDRED - Junior Red
Cross 2, 3. 4.
LA ZEAR AINN
LEON ARMIDA Junior Red Cro N
LEVY PAUL-Chronicle 4 Drama
tlc Owls 4 Junlor Red Cross 4
The Fighting Llttles National
Honor Soclety 4 Thesprans 4
LOWLLL DAVID Track Squad
MAGILL MARGARET Allegretto
Balladeers Orchestra Tucl-11
MAKLER HOWARD El Leuantes
Intra Mural Sports Pep Squad
30 Club Chess Club
LEE ELIZABETH Junlor Red
C oss 2 3 4
LENT GORDON-Class Cabinet J
3 4 Class vice presldent 3 Dance
Committee 2 3 4 Dramatic Owls
4 Football Squad 2 3 4 HiY
Vlcepresldent2 3 4 Junlor Guard
3 Lettermans Club 3 4 Pep
Squad 3 4 Senlor Council 4 So
cial Hour Committee President 4
Student Body Vlce presrdent
rack Squad 2 3 4
LEWIS JO ANNE Junlor Red
ross 2 Pan American Club 4
Pep Squad 4 Tuc I-ll 4 Spring
Festival 2 3
LOPEZ NELLIE Ll Cervantes 4
Social Committee Junior Red
LOWERY LOUISE-G A A
-I Dance Committee 3 G A A
2 3 4 Pep Squad 2 3 4 Qwrrter
lx 2 Tucsonlan 4
NIAYCUSO GLADYS Tallw Hr 2
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MARSHALL PAULENE Pan
American Club Pep Squad 4 'Iuc
MARTIN MARGARET Chronlcle
3 4 Dramatic Owls 4 El Cerxan
tes 4 G A A 3 Junior Guard 3
Latm Forum 4 Natlonal I-lonol
Society 3 4 Pan Amerlcan Club
4 Pep Squad 3 4 Quarterly 2 4
Tally Hi 2 Tuc H13 4 Tucsonlan
3 4 Spring Festlxal 2
MARTINEZ MARY LOUISE
MAUNEY BETTY Dramatic Owls
G A A 4 Pep Squad 3
Quarterly 4 Social Hour Com
tlval 3 4 National Thesplans
MAYHEW HENRY Band 2 3 -1
Intra Mural Sports 2 4 Lwes
Club 4 TBHDIS Squad 3 Track
Squad 4 Tucsonlan 3 Natlonal
Band Honon Soclets 4
MESA ALICE-Chronicle 2 G A
A 2 4 Pep Squad 4
MONIER PAUL Intra Mural
MARTINEZ NELLIE-G A A
MASON JOHN HIY 4 Quarterly
4 Tucsonlan -1
MAUCH PAT Balladettes2
MAXWELL MORGAN Football 3
4 Intra Mural Sports 2 3 Letter
man s Club 4 Track Squad 3 4
MEDINA JULIA Spring Ifestival
MILLER GENEVA-Chornicle 4
Deans Committee 4 G A A 2
3 National Honox Society 4 So
cial Hour Committee 4 Tally Hi
2 Tuc HI 3
'VIONTAINO IREINE El Lenantes
4 Pep Squad 4
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mittee 43 Tucsonian 4: Spring Fes- ' - '
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MORRIS GENE-Intra Mural Sports
2 3 4 Junior Red Cross 2 3 4
MORRISON DAVE Semor Cabinet
4 Dramatlc Owls 4 Vice Presl
dent 4 Football Manager 4 H1 Y
2 3 4 Junior Red Cro s 2 3
4 Pep Squad 4 The Flghtmg
Llttles Social Hour Committee
4 Thesplans 4 President 4
MYERSON ARLENE Allegro 3
Allegretto 2 Balladettes 2 Bal
ladeels 3 Chronicle 4 Dramatic
Owls 2 3 4 El Cervantes 3
Society 4 Pep Squad 2 3 4
Seventeen J u n 1 o x Miss
Quarterly 2 3 4 Edltorlal Board
4 Thesplans 3 Tucsonlan 4
McCLENENGHAN TOM Junior
Red Cross 2
MCHUGH CHUCK Baseball Squad
2 Cheer Leader 2 3 Dxamatlc
Ov s 2 3 4 Hi Y Intra Mural
Sports 2 3 Junior Red Cross 2
3 4 Pep Squad 2 3 -l Thesplans
McLEAN MARGARET Chxonxcle
3 4 Deans Committee 4 GAA
G T Club 4 ep
Squad 4 Soclal Hour Committee
4 Tally Hi 2 Tuc Hi 3 Pxesldent
MOORE, MARIAN--Chronicle 3, 4:
Dramatic Owls 3 43 Dean's Com-
m' tee 4' G. A. A. 3, 4: Junor
Red Cross 4' National Honor Sd-
clety 3 4 Orchestra2 3 4 Script
3 4 Librarian 4 Pep Squad 4
Quarterly 4 Social Hour Commit
tee 4 Tally Hi 2 Tucsonlan 3 4
National Honor Society 4
MORRISON BOB-Football Squad
2 3 4 HIY 2 3 4 IntraMural
Sports 2 3 Lettermans Club 3
4 Track Squad 2 3 4
MEYERS SUZANNE Allegro 4
Allegretto 4 Balladeers 4 Chron
icle 3 4 El Cervantes 4 G A A 4
National Honor Society 4 Pep
Squad 4 Quarterly 4 Tucsonlan
MCKISSICK JIM Basketball Squad
2 3 4 Chronicle 4 Intra Mural
Sports 2 3 4 Pep Squad 2 3 4
Social Hour Committee 4 Track
Squad 3 4
MCPHAUL REX Baseball Manager
2 3 4 Chronicle 4 Intra Mural
Sp0rts2 3 Pep Squad 4 Quarter
lx 4 Tucsonlan -I
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Junior Guard 3: National Honor ' -
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MCSPADDEN, TOM - Intra'Mur-al
NELSON. LUCILLE--Pep Squad 3.
NORSWORTHY. RUBY-Junior Red
Cross 4: Pep Squad 4.
OLIVER GERALD Chronicle 4
Intra Mural Sports 2 3 Junior
Red Cross 2 3 Quarterlv 4
PAINTER LISA Chronltle .5 4
Business Manager 4 Senlor Labl
net Dance Commrttee 3 Glrls
T Club 3 4 Junior Guard 3
Natlonal Honor Socretx 3 4 Pan
American Club 3 4 Pep Squad 3
4 Quarterlx 3 4 Edll0lldl Board
4 Tennis Squad 3 4 Tucsonlan 3
PARLETT DOIN G Basketball
Squad 2 3 Chromcle 3 4 Dance
Committee 3 Hr Y 2 3 4 Intra
Mural Sports 3 .Iunror Guard .5
Pep Squad 2 3 4 Quarterly .5
Senror Councrl 4 Socral Hour
McQUADE, LARRY-Assembly Com-
mittee 4: Band 2, 3, 4: President
4: Class Cablnet 3, 4: Senlor Class
Presldent: Dance Committee 3. 4:
Football Squad 2. 3. 4: Hl-Y 2.52.42
President 3: Junlor Guard 3: Let-
ter'man's Club 2. 3. 4: Lyre's Club
4: National Honor' Soclety 3, 4:
Pep Squad 2. 3. 4: "Junior Miss"
4: Ed. Board. Quarterly 4: Soclal
Hour Commlttee 2. 3. 4: Track
Squad 4: Tucsonlan 3, 4: Business
Manager 4: Chess Club 4: Band
Honor' Society 4.
NIKAS. MARY-Allegretto 4: Bal-
ladeers 4: Spring Festival 2. 3: El
Cervantes 4: G.A.A. 2. 3. 4: Pan-
Amerlcan Club 4: Pep Squad 4.
O LAUGHLIN PETER Chronicle
3 4 Senior Cabinet H Y 2 3 4
Intra Mural Sports 2 3 4 Junior
Guard 3 Junior Red Cross 2 3
4 Pep Squad 2 3 4 Quarterly 4
Soclal Hour Committee 3 4 Tuc
sonlan 3 Chess Club 4
PATTON BEVERLY--Chronicle 3
4 Dean s Committee 4 Latin
Forum 4 National Honor Socletw
4 Pep Squad 4 Social Hour Com
mittee 4 Tucsonran 2 3 4
PENDER KATHRYN Allegro .5
Allegretto 2 Balladettes 2 Bal
ladeers3 Chronlcle3 4 Edrtorlal
Board 4 Deans Commrttee 4
Dramatic Owls 2 3 4 lfrench
Club '3 4 CAA 3 Presrdent 4
Latrn l-orum 4 Secretary Na
tlonal Honor Society 4 Quarterly
4 Social Hour Commlttee4 Thes
plans 3 4
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tes 2 Graphic Arts Club
Quarterly 3 Tally Hi 2 Tucson
ian 2 Spring Festival 3 4 March
lng Squad 2 Band 2
PERRIN EILEEN-Chronicle 3 4
Dramatlc Owls 4 Pep Squad 2
4 Quarterly 4 Tuc Hr 3 Tuc
PETERS JOSEPH Chronrcle 4
H1 Y 4 Pep Squad 4
PARSONS CHARLES Band 2 3
4 Drum MaJor 4 Intra Mural
Sports 2 3 4 Asslstant Dlrector
Band 4 Lyre s Club 4 National
Honor Society 4 Chess Club 4
Band National Honor Soclety 4
Vice Presldent 4
PULLEN LOUISE Junior Guard
Pep Squad 4
RAMIREZ BERTH-X Transfer
from Brsbee High School
RANEY JEANNE-Chronrcle 3 4
Junior Red Cross 2 3 4 Pan
-Xmerican Club 3 Pep Squad 2 3
4 Quarterly 3 4 Socral Hour
Committee 4 Tuc Hr 4 Tucsonr rn
PIIRRIN GEORGIA Transfer from
Cynthlana High School Cynthia
PERRINE GORDEN Football
PICKRELL JIM Basketball Squad
2 Dance Committee 2 3 4 Flag
Bearer 3 Football Squad 2 3 4
Hr Y 2 3 4 Intra Mural Sports 2
3 4 Junior Red Cross 2 Letter
man s Club 3 4 President 4 Pep
mittee 2 3 4 Track Squad 2 3
POSTON ELLIOT Basketball
Squad 2 Dance Commrttee 3
Football Squad 2 HiY 2 3 4
Intra Mural Sports 3 Junior
Guard Letterman s Club 3 4 Pep
Squad 2 3 Social Hour Commit
tee 3 Track Squad 3
QUINTANILLA OSCAR Intra
Mural Sports 2 Junior Red Cross
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REINHARD RUTH-Chronicle-1 El
Cervantes 4 French Club 3 4
G S L 3 Spring Festival 2 3
RIESGO JULIA-G S L 3
RITCHIE BONNY Chronrcle 4
Dance Committee 3 4 Dramatrc
Owls 3 Junior Guard 3 National
Honor Soclety 4 Pep Squad 2 3
4 Junior Miss Quarterly 2 3
4 Senior Council 4 Social Hour
Committee 4 Tallv Hi 2 Thespi
ans 3 4 Tucsonlan 2 3 4
ROBLES DORA-Graphic Arts Llub
4 Spring Fes val
Marching Squad 2 Band 2
ROGERS BILL W Band 2 3
Chronicle 3 4 Intra Mural Sports
2 3 Junior Red Cross2 3 4 Pep
Squad 2 3 4 30 Club 3
REED. LILLIE BELLE - Junior-
Red Cross 2. 3. 45 Phyllis Wheat-
ly Girl Reserves 2, 3.
REIF MARILYN Dramatic Owls
3 4 Junior Red Cross 3 Pep
Squad 3 4 TalIvH12 Thesprans
4 Twirler 2
REYNA JULIA G A A 2
Junior Red Cross 2 3 4 Tally
RICE BABETTE-Chronlcle4 Dra
matlc Owls 3 4 GAA 4 Junior
Guard 3 Junior Red Cross 3 4
Orchestra 3 Pep Squad 4 Seven
teen The Flghtlng Littles Quar
terly 4 Thesplans 3 4 Vice Pres
ldent 4 Tuc Hi 4 Tucsoman 4
Oratorrcal Contest Spring Festlv
a 2 3
RIESGO MARY-Chronicle 2 3 4
G A A 3 Junior Red Cross 2 Na
tional Honor Societv 4 Pep Squad
3 Quarterly 4 Tucsonian 3
Spring Festival 2 3 4
RODRIGUEZ TERESA GAA 3
4 Sprrng I-'esthal 2 3
ROMERO DIINA Chronicle 3 4
El Cervantes 2 GAA 2 Orches
tra 2 3 4 A srstant Drrector 4
Talls Hr 2
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SAENZ, CELINA - Dramatic Owls
43 El Cervantes 4: Tuc-Hi 4.
SALAZAR SOPHIE-Class Cabrnet
4 FagBarer2 GAA 2 3
Graphrc Arts Club 2 Marchrrrg
Squad 2 Pep Squad 2 Tally Hr 2
SAVAGE JUANITA Pep Squad
SCOTT WALTER Intra Mural
Sports 2 3 Lettermans Club 3
4 Track Squad 2 3 4
SHARMAN FRANK Class Cabinet
4 Football Squad 4 Hr Y 2 3 4
Intra Mural Sports 2 3 4 Junlor
Guard Letterman s Club 4 Social
Hour Committee 4
SMALL PEGGY Assemblw Lom
mittee 3 Chronicle 2 3 4 Class
Cablnet 2 Senior Class Secretarx
4 Dance Committee 2 3 4 Dra
matic Owls 4 Girls T Club 2
3 4 Junror Guard 3 'Natronal
Honor Socretv 3 4 Pep Squad 2
3 4 Quarterlv 3 Edrtorral Board
-1 Socral Hour Commrttee 4 Ta
lx H1 2 Tennrs Squad 2 3 Tuc
sonran 2 Assocrate Edrtor 3 Edr
tor 4 Socral Lrfe Commrttee
SMITH JACK Pep Squad 4 Ten
nrs Squad 3
ROSS. FLORENCE-Pep Squad 43
SELZNICK RUTH Orchestra 2 3
SHAW DUKE-Graphic Arts Club
2 4 Intra Mural Sports 3 Quart
SNIITH ESTELLA El Cenantes 4
French Club 3 4 G A A
2 3 Pan American Club
SNYDER FRED Assembly Com
mrttee 3 Chronicle 2 3 4 Edrtor
4 Class Cabinet 2 3 4 Dance
Committee2 3 4 Dramatic Owls
3 4 Oratorlcal Contest HIY 2
3 4 Intra Mural Sports 2 Junior
Guard Natlonal Honor Society 3
4 Lettermans Club 3 4 Pep
Squad 3 4 Seventeen Senror
Councrl Socral Hour Commrttee 3
4 Thesplans 3 4 Track Squad 2
3 Tucsonlan 3 4
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STANLEY, MARILYN - Assembly
Committee 4: Chronicle 2, 3, 4:
Circulation Manager 4: Dance
Committee 3: Dramatic Owls 3:
G.A.A. 2: Junlor Guard 3: Nation-
al Honor Soclety 3. 4: Pep Squad
2. 3. 4: Quarterly 3, 4: Circulation
Manager 4: Senior Council: Social
Hour Committee 4: Tally-Hi 2:
Tucsonlan 3, 4.
STEPHENS NANCY-Chronicle 4
Pep Squad 4 Quarterly 3 Tuc Hi
4 Spring Festlval 2 3
STRAUSS HERBERT D1 amatlc
SUAREZ GRACIELA-O1 chestra 2
3 4 Spring Festnal 3 4
SUTTON CHARLENE-G AA 4
TACKETT RUTH Allegro 4 Al
legretto 4 Balladettes 4 Ballad
eers4 Chronlcle2 3 4 Class Cab
ln t 2 Sophomore Secretary
Dance Committee 2 3 Dramatic
Ovlls 3 4 Pep Squad 2 3 4 The
Fighting Llttles Quaxtenlx 2
3 Senlox Councll Soclal Hour
Committee 4 Talh Hl 2 'Ihes
plans 4 Tuc Hi 3 Tucsonlan 2 4
TAYLOR RODERICK Basketball
Squad 2 3 4 Football Squad 2
Hi Y 2 3 4 Latln Forum 4 Let
terman s Club 3 4 National Hon
ox Society 4 Pep Squad 3 4
SPENCER, PAT-Allegro 4: Bal-
ladeers 4: Chronicle 3, 4: Class
Cabinet 2: Sophomore Councilman:
Dance Committee 2: Dramatic
Owls 2. 3, 4: Junlor Guard: Junior
Red Cross 3. 4: National Honor
Society 4: Pep Squad 2, 3. 4: Don't
Take My Penny: The Fighting
Llttles: Juliet and Romeo: Getting
Plnned: Junior Mlss: Soclal Hour
Committee 4: Swing Band 2: Tal-
ly-Hl 2: Thespians 2. 3. 4: Tuc-
sonlan 2. 3. 4: Activity Ticket Sales
STEWART, CHARLES - Graphlc
Ats Club 2 3 4' Intra Mural
Sports 2 3 Quarterly 4 Track
Squad 2 3 4 Tucsonlan 3 4
STUMP DOROTHY Chronicle 4
Dramatic Owls 4 Pan American
Club 4 Pep Squad 4 Tuc Hi 3
SUAREZ VINCENT Basketball
Squad 2 3 Intra Mural Sports 2
Junior Red Cross 2 3 4
SWANICK JULIA MARIE-Allegro
2 3 Balladettes 2 Balladeers 3
Chronicle 4 Pep Squad 4
TALMAGE HARRY Lhronlcle 4
Dramatic Owls 3 4 Intxa Mural
Sports 2 3 Junlor Red Cross 2
3 4 Pep Squad 2
TEMPLETON JAINE-Chronlcle 4
Junior Guard 3 National Honor
Society 4 Pep Squad 4 Quarter
lx 4 Tlucsonlan 4
TICKLE JEWELL-Chronlcle 2 3
4 El Cervantes 2 GAA 2 3
Girls T Club3 4 Junior Guard
Pep Squad 2 3 4 Quarterly 3
4 Tally Hl 2 Tennis Squad 3 4
Tucsonian 2 3 4 Natlonal Honor
Society 4 Spring Festival 2 3
UTT MARY LOUISE-Chronicle 4
El Cervantes 4
VALENZUELA SOCORRO French
VILLA. CLEOTILDE-El Cervantes
4: G.A.A. 2. 3, 4: Pan-Amer can
Club 3. 4: Pep Squad 4: Photo-
graphy Club 4: Tally-Ill 2: Tuc-
WALKER, NIARY - Chronlcle 3, 4:
Glrls Sports Editor 4: Dance Com-
mittee 3: Junlor Red Cross 2: Na-
tlonal Honor Society 4: Pep Squad
2. 3, 4: Quarterly 3. 4: Editor al
Board 4: Senior Council 4: Social
Hour Committee 4: Tally-Hi 2:
Tennis Squad 4: Tucsonian 3. 4:
Sprlng Festival 2. 3. 4: Dramatic
WASHBURN. CHARLES - P e p
Squad 4: Chess Club 4.
TOUCHE CARLOS Junlor Red
Cross 2 4 Pep Squad 2 4 Ten
nls Squad 2
TURCATO MARY-Orchestra 3 4
President 4 Pep Squad 4 Tuc Hi
4 National Musicians Honor So
clety 4 Spring Festlval 3
TYLER DOROTHY Allegro 4 Al
legretto 3 Balladettes 3 Ballad
eers 4 Chronlcle 4 G A A 3 4
Pep Squad 3 4 Quarterly 4 Tuc
Hl 3 4 Vice President 4
UTZMAN PAT-Chronlcle 2 3 4
Dance Committee 2 Dramatic
Owls 4 El Cervantes 4 G A A 4
Latln Forum 4 Pan American
Club 4 Pep Squad 2 3 4 Quar
terly 3 4 Tally Hi 2 Tuc Hr 3
4 Tucsonian 2 3 4 Chronlcle
Edltorlal Board 4 Spring Festival
VANSTONE WANDA Chronlcle 4
GAA 2 3 Pan American Club
4 Pep Squad 4 Quarterly 4 Tuc
Hl 2 Drum and Bugle Corp 2
WINTRINCER, BOB - Dramatic
Owls 4: Football Squad 2. 4: Hl-
Y 2. 4: Intra-Mural Sports 2. 4'
Pep Squad 2. 4: Junlor Mlss: Our
Town: Social Hour Committee 4:
Tennis Squad 2: Thesplans 4.
WALKER, TOM - Band 2, 3. 3
Lyre's Club 4: Pep Squad 4.
WEDDLE, ART - Cheer' Leader 4:
Chronlcle 3, 4: Intra-Mural Sports
2: Junlor Guard: Natlonal Honor
Society 4: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4: Jun-
lor Mlss: Quarterly 3: Clrculatlon
Manager 4: Soclal Hour Commit-
tee 4: Club 3, 4.
Squad 2, 3, 4: Basketball Squad
2, 3: Football Squad 2: Hi-Y 23
Intra-Mural Sports 2. 3: Junior
Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Letter'man's
Club 3. 4: Natlonal Honor Society
43 Pep Squad 4.
WENDELL BARBARA El Cermn
tes 4 French Club 3 4 Pep Squad
WEST RENEE Chronicle 4 Class
Cabinet 4 Dance Commrttee 3
GAA 3 4 Junior Guard Pep
Squad 4 Quarterly Social Hour
Committee 4 Tuc H1 3 Tucson
WILDMAN MARY Dramatrc Owls
4 Latin Forum 4 Tuc Hi 4 Pho
WILLIAMS JOAN El Cervantes .3
Pan American Club 3 Tuc Hi 2 3
Marching Squad 2
WILSON GEORGE-Band2 Chron
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2 3 Junior Red Cross 4 Latin
Forum 4 Letterman s Club 3 4
Orchestra 2 Pep Squad 3 4 'Ihe
Flghtlng Llttles Quarterly 4
Thesplans 4 Track Squad 2 3 4
Tucsonlan 3 4 Chess Club 4
WILSON JO MARGARET-Chronr
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2 Latin Forum 4 Pep Squad 2
3 4 Social Hour Committee 4
Tally Hl 2 Tuc Hi 3 4 Tucson
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WILSON MARJORIE-Chronicle 4
Pep Squad 4
WELKER. DOROTHY-Pep Squad
WERBRICK. JOANAChr'onicle 4:
Dramatic Owls 4 French Club
A 2 3 4 Junior Guar
Latln Forum 4 Natlonal Honor
Society 4 Orchestra 2 3 Quar
terly 4 Social Hour Committee 4
Tucsonlan 4 Marching Squad 2
Spring Festival 2
WHITE. SALLY ANN Balladettes
2 Chronicle 3 4 Class Cabinet
4 Pep Squad 2 3 4 Quarterly 3
4 Tucsonlan 2 3 Spring Festlval
WILLIAMS DORIS GAA 2
Tally H12 3 Tuc H12
WILLINS D O N Quarterly 2
Lrnotype Composition 3 4
WILSON GRACE ANN Allegro
3 4 Allegretto 2 Balladettes
Balladeers 2 3 4 Chronicle 3
Glrls T Club 4 Vice President
Junior Guard 3 Natlonal Honor
Society 4 Pan American Club 4
Pep Squad 2 3 4 Mixed Quar
tette 2 Quartette 2 3 4 Quar
ter-lx 3 4 Social Hour Committee
4 Tucsonlan 4 Spring Festlxal 2
WILLIAMSON TOM Senror Class
Vrce President Football Squad 2
3 Hi Y 2 3 4 Intra Mural Sports
2 3 Pep Squad 2 3 4 Junior
'vlrss Our Town Socral Hour
Committee secretars treasurer
WUNSTEAD DORIS Chronicle 3
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Sprrng Festival 3 4
YOUNG BARBARA Chronlcle 3 4
Senror Cabinet 4 Dance Commrt
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Quarterly 4 Soclal Hour Commit
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H 3 4 Soclal Llfe Commrttee
Rodeo Queen s Attendant
YOUNG JUDY-Chronicle 2 G A A
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Junior Red Cross 2 3 4 Letter
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YEAZELL P L Chro cle 3 4
Managlng Edltor 4 Intra Mural
Sports 2 3 National Honor S0-
clety 3 4 Pep Squad 4 Tennis
Squad 3 Quarterly 3 Chess Club
YOUNG JOE Band2 3 4 Lyres
ABLESON RONALD-Chronlcle 4
BAKER OTIS Pep Squad
cllman 3 4 Dance Committee 3
Dramatic Owls 4 Junior Guard 3
Junlor Red Cross 2 3 4 Natlonal
Honor Society 4 The Iflghtlng
Llttles 4 Senlor Council 4
CUNNINGHAM JEAN Dramatic
Owls 4 Pep Squad 2 Junlor
Vliss Thesplans 4 Tuc Hi Sec
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EKLUND ROBERT Chronicle 4
French Club 3 Junlor Red Cross
2 3 4 National Honor Society 4
Junior Mlss 4
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JESPERSON. IDA RUTH - Red
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LANDIS DICK Basketball Squad
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Sports 2 3 Junior Red Cross 2
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SALAZAR ANGELITA GAA 2
SERNA STIQ'E-Chlonlcle 2 Pep
SOUERS BILL-Chronicle 4 Dua
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ISAACSON, LOIS -- Chronicle 4:
Graphic Arts Club 4: Photography
Club Vlce President 4: Orchestra
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MARINOFF SAM Dxamatxc Owls
4 Tucsoman 4 Thespians 4
Thesplan Plat 4
Class Cabinet 4 HlY 2 3 4
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Tollex as class plesldent amlaole B111
Ox er as x1Le prexx and efhuent Peggx
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a successful xear
Presentlrff take off on a spectacular
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the annual JUHIOI assemblx
The b1ggest and best ex ent ot the x ear
for the JUHIOFS the Jun1or Prom was
held Apr1l 7 The gax and appropuate
theme of the dance was Desert
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J1m Tolley Peg Bolee B111 Oxer
th1ng of a task But Wlth the help of Mlss Eva Cullev art teacher the
comm1ttees accomphshed xfxonders Huge f1oxxe1s cox ered the ce111ng 11ghts
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Seniors, the Sophomores Went all out for
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Lee Carev was elected first semester
president and Ben Bill second semester
president Brad Tolson was elected vice
president and Paul Chin secretarx
while Roy Romero Vernor Lovett and
Cathryn Chakiris were delegates to the
The Sophomore All State Hop proved
to be a shining example of what the
Sophomorcs could do and the cafeteria
was cleverlv oe orated with signs of the
various states for the students to dance
Brad Tolson Lee Carey Ben Hill and Paul Chin
Fine talent was displayed in the Sophomore assembly which was
popularly received by all the upper classmen
Mr John O Hall adviser to the class capablx guided the Sophs through
out a successful and enjoyable year
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Expectmg a comparatlvelv llght backfield Coach Rollm T Grrdley 1n the
sprlng of 44 dEC1ded to try out the famous style of play that Notre Dame
Stanford and other colleglate elevens have made famous Although
GF1dS team was green when lt came to the T format1on they became
so adept IH 1ts use that they completely dommated the 1944 season It
took work patlence and ab1l1ty on the part of mentor and grldsters but
by the end of sprmg practlce Gr1d was falrly well satlsfled and the
boys were really enjoymg th1S new brand of football
W1th the flnal gun of the first game of the current season pressmen and
spectators allke could foretell that Tucson was deiimtely 1n the runnlng
for the state crown And the Badgers lxved up to all expectatlons
Throughout the season the Tucson lads conslstentlv grevx more and more
skllled unt1l the1r all lmportant game agalnst the Glendale Cardlnals 1943
co champlons w1th Tucson Th1S contest was the one that most of the THS
grldsters had been ant1c1pat1ng After a slow start the Old Pueblo gr1d
men walked off w1th a 21 6 trlumph over the1r r1vals
When the all state squads were released there was no great surprlse 1n
Tucson Hlgh or for that matter ln all sport circles when It was found that
12 of Tucsons boys were voted places on the honor team five each on
the first and second elevens and two honorable mentlons
On December 14 the champs were gxven a banquet w1th complete tr1m
mgs by the local busmessmen famlharly called the Towncats Among those
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Greer and Hank Slagle and their teams
were Governor Sydney P. Osborn and Sec-
retary of State Dan Garvey.
After a turkey dlnner and speeches of
pralse Gr1d announced the major letter
awards In turn the team presented Grld
Wlth a sportsmans r1f'le complete with
case Not to be outdone the Towncats
gave each member of the squad a framed
plcture of the ent1re team and to the
coaches leather huntlng Jackets
A good example of team Splflt under press
ure was brought out by Grld durmg hlS
revlew of the seasons 1nc1dents On the
first scrlmmage play of the second Tucson
Blsbee game the Blsbee quarterback pull
ed an old tr1ck out of the bag As the ball
was snapped a sleeper streaked 1nto the
Open snagged the pass and Stepped over Ass1stant Coaches Greer and Slagle
the goal l1ne Both spectators and Gr1d
were utterly amazed to see the whole
Badger team led by Gentleman J1m
Plckrell laugh and at themselves too That Sald Mr Grldley IS very
hard to do They laughed when the ch1ps were down and they buckled
down to stop the Pumas the remamder of the game Th1S IS a team that IS
champlon clean through
The ent1re first eleven were elected honorary co captalns by the ent1re
squad Agam team unlty was stressed by th1S act of the Tucson Semor
Hxgh School state football champ1ons of Arlzona for 1944
BADGER FIRST STRING
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Johnson guard A Carrxllo halfback Goff fullback
Walkup Ernest Phoenlx
Ekdahl Norman Mesa
Petrle Jerry Mesa
Yoeman B111 Glendale
Blngham Norman Tuc on
MOYFISOH Bob Tucson
McQuade Larry Tucson
Ahee Sol Tucson
McDonald Lowell Glendale Back
1944 ALL STATE FOOTBALL TEAM
Beall Charlle Mesa
Goff Joe Tucson Bacl
POSITION SECOND TEAM
Pacheco Art Tucson
Kelley Joe Tucson
Johnson Harry Tucson
Pxckrell Jlm Tucson
Mlller Fred St Marys
Valdez Ed Phoemx
Tlbshraeny Assxd Mesa
Huston Sam St Marys
Carrlllo Armando Tuc om
Penn B111 Bxsbee
Holland Jack N Pho mx
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1944 FOOTBALL SCORING SUMMARY
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GLENDALE AT TUCSON
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Another trophx was added to the crowded case 1n the front hall of T H S
when B C Bud Doolens Badge1s captured the 1944 45 State Basket
ball Champ1onsh1p Although the Badger Rebounders met defeat three
t1mes durlng the season they tasted onlv uctorv 1n both the Southern
DlStF1Ct at B1sbee and State compet1t1on held rn Phoemx
Opemng the schedule bx opposmg St Daud Tucson showed up qulte
xx ell as mdlcated bx the score 60 26 Howex er thex d1d show a usual first
game nerx ousness but th1s was onlv the first test and Doolen used la
Xaxsrtx men throughout Breezlng through three more contests the Old
Bueblans came up before the Mesa Jackrabblts After a full 32 m1nutes
of fast basketball Mesa emerged the xxctor by one field goal W1th but
l-1 seconds left the x1s1tors sneaked through to s1nk the w1nn1ng basket
Defeat was b1tter to the Tucsomans and they settled down to the busl
ness at hand Thex then launched on a scor1ng spree wxth fixe consecutue
urns to the1r cred1t Teams such as Phoenlx Unlon lNogales B1sbee and
Douglas vt ere dovt ned bx 1mpress1xe scores Thus far team xx ork alone
had kept the locals on the rlght track as no plax er xx as outstandmg
For the second t1me1n current competltlon the T H S qumtet vxas squeezed
out of the xxmmng column th1s t1me bx St Marx s 1n a game plax ed m
the Xallex gxm Rex enge was obtalned howex er for both losses as the
State Champs to be turned the tables and conquered first St Marv s and
then Mesa, to the dellght of local fans
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well s1fted out from the almost equal xarsltx squad The responslbllxtu
now rcsted prlnclpallx on Lowell Ballex B1ll Hassex Jlm MCK1SSlCk Hal
Ax lswoith and Hornex Thomas A scare was thrown 1n the Tucson camp
w hen Lncle Sam called on Hassex He was defcrrcd howex er unt1l com
pletlon of the school xear
Tucson cntcrcd the Southern Distrlct as faxorltes and defcndlng cham
plons The Badger Baskctecrs met and ann1h1l1tcd all contenders con
fronting thcm during thc innual ex ent and truc to form camc out on top
Thomas and Baxlex because of competence shown durlng the tournex
w ere clected to positlons on the first squad on the all conference quxntet
whllc Hassex and MCK1SSlCk were selected among the second five
With thc d1str1ct crown atop thelr heads the lads representlng Tucson
High along w1th a few hundred eager spectators traveled to the Salt River
ponents Buckexe and Tucson aggregations were found together 1n the first
round The Badgers put down Buckexe bx a 33 polnt marg1n The same
dax thc Old Pueblans came out on the court to line up before Kmgman
again thcn adxcrsaxx w as trlpped After a bIlLt xcst the locals matched
skllls with Coolldge Throwing a few doubts 1nto Tucson Coolidge was
promptlx defeated 40 3a putting the Tucson1ans 1nto the all 1mportant
contest aga1nst North Phoen1x Throughout th1s game the Badgers seem
ed to play a better brand of ball than thex had all season thex possessed
that fight needed to XVIII Although thev had onlx a onc polnt lead Doolen s
boxs took thc game along wlth the crown 1nto then possesslon
These boxs mented thc congratulatlons and pralse of exerx person who
saw them ID actlon Manv are the graduates of Tucson Senlor High that
w1ll when 1em1n1sc1ng ox er school daws recall thc Battllnff Badger Bas
ketball Brigade of 1943 who brought honor and glow to themselx es and
to thcn alma matter
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Climaxing a successful season the Tucson High track squad confronted
all contenders in the state meet held at the University of Arizona
stadium The local tracksters not only were defending State Champion
they were undefeated in inter-scholastic competition up to press-time.
Starting with the usual green or untried material, Coach R. T. Gridley,
substituting for J. D. Van Horn, put his charges through hour upon hour
of exercise-whipping them into shape for "Doc"
On release from the U. S. Marine Corps, Van Horn returned to T.H.S.
Upon arrival, he immediately set out to see just what he had in the way
of a team Cby means of intra-squad competitionj Jiggs Lent, Bob Procter,
Jim Bartlett, George Wilson, and Walter Scott were among those return-
ing for a second or possible third year of duty on the varsity.
Quite a loss was felt when Fred Batiste was graduated last year. Batiste
was tops in several events-not only in track but field. Several boys have
filled in somewhat but the results are not the same. Joe Goff. Morgan
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Maxwell and Bob Procter have shown ln the huldles while Lent B111
Tucker Joe Goff and Larry McQuade haxe taken ox er the dashes The
hlgh hurdle class featured Jlm Plckrell and Frank Bugbee W1lson Charlxe
Graves B1ll Walker and Henry Mag hew haxe shared laurels ln the 880
xard and mxle runs On looklng oxer the Welght men Van Horn found
Bob Grlffm Bob MOFFISOH Bob Canfield and Jlm Drachman gomg through
the1r paces A new event has been added to the field the football throw
Goff MOTTISOD and Drachman former football men assumed respons1b1l1tx
for that ex ent
Tucson definltelx has an all around team Th1S 1S the ma1n reason for the1r
consecutlxe v1ctor1es thus far It 15 not a sensat1onal squad but enough
first places haxe been acqu1red that along wxth the second thnds and
fourths the Badgers alwaxs managed to keep the wlnnmg marg1n
Desplte the many hand1caps facmg a coach 1n vs artlme Van Horn has
contlnued to tram a good track team
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Art Pacheco Matt Gonzales and Lee Carex along wlth Bobble Acosta and
Sopho Chet Vasey Tucson H1ghs baseball n1ne has thus far marched
through all scholast1c competltlon undefeated and w1ll probablv contlnue
the1r vxctorx march rlght on to the state tournament as the champs of
1945 As th1s book goes to press these boss are down as the favor1t1es to
be another trophy team
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Though hindered bx a somewhat weak pitching staff as onlv Lowell Bailex
was xarsitx trained the Badgers knocked out all the Valley had to offer
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No trouble was found by Tutor Hank Slagle in filling his outfield with able
material. He placed little Bernie 'tWeinie" Weinstein at left, Bill Hassey
of basketball fame in center, and Carl "Scooter" Lopez stationed at right
field. Many were the times when these lads made "grandstanders" by
snagging a ball just off their shoe lace or possibly over their shoulder on
the dead run.
Tucson's team this season benefitted greatly by the previous summer's ses-
sion of Junior American Legion baseball. A large majority of the Badger
horsehiders traveled with the victorious Legion nine back to Minneapolis,
Minnesota, to play in the famous Little World Series. The Morgan Mc-
Dermott team met there the other three top Legion squads of the whole
country, but was defeated after two games. Next year's T. H. S. nine will
most likely be made up of the Legion boys.
Dodson who accompanied the J L team has been judged good "pro" mate
rial and was offered two opportunities for entrance into this field in Phila
delphia and Chicago
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Opening the season by opposing the Semi-Pro All Stars of Tucson, the
Badgers flubbed them up by 5 runsg but two weeks later the All Stars
turned around to shut out their rivals 7-0. For the third game the two
squads battled to a scoreless tie after 11 innings and finally the game was
called because of darkness.
Braced by some stiff competition, the Badgers were then ready to travelg
and this they did in more ways than one. In quick succession St. Mary's
and those eternal rivals the Phoenix Coyotes, were tripped. Returning
again into the Valley lair, the Old Pueblans crossed bats with Mesa. A
near perfect game for the visitors was the result as Bailey pitched a no
hit no run contest while his comrades committed but 3 errors all told the
final score being 3 0
Making it a good week end for the Slaglemen Tully pitched a 6 3 triumph
over the xaunted North Phoenix nine Again Bailev excelled but this
time in the hitting column getting 3 for 4 Tully sent 9 contenders down
the strike out route throughout the game
Another recent victory was also recorded when the Badger boys edged past
Marana Air Field by a lone run A ringing single by the last man up for
the Badgers in the last of an extra inning sent Lopez all the way in from
first to score the winning tallv and end the deadlock
Up to press time the Tucson diamond crew has shown every ability and
merit toward shelving another state championship for the school and if
the breaks fall the Badgers will certainly obtain their goal
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get '1 rather complete picture ot xx hdt they xxill go thiough in their basic training in the army
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Reaching the finals of the Boys Doubles Division in the Southwestern
Tournament held this winter in El Paso Texas Bill Souers and Frank
Iaccino were defeated by the favored Chew Barger duo The two return
ed to Tucson 1n time to enter the City Red Cross Tournament Iac 1no de
feated Souers to win the Boys Singles crown and paired with Jack Frakes
to take top honors in the Boys Doubles D1v1s1cn
Second semester saw the emerging of many new hopefuls Beslde
Souers Iaccino and Frakes who made up the veteran contingent of the
1944-45 season were Oakman McPha.1l, Greenberg Brown and Rousseau.
The team entered the Arizona Closed Tournament and Bill Souers became
Boys Singles champion for 1945. Jack Frakes joined Souers to take the
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Early ln March 1ntra mural v1ctor1es were won over the net men of North
Phoen1x Hlgh School ID a seven match contest played 1n Phoenlx The
Tucson team won all seven of the1r matches glvlng a hmt of the trlumphs
vthlch were to follow
The Arlzona Open Tournament was held several weeks later and although
It was Well represented by champlonshlp materlal from the coast Iaccmo
and Souers walked away Wlth the Boys Doubles tltle In a hard played
three set match the Tucson Hlgh duo Won over Stevenson and Townsed
of Yuma Hlgh by a close margln
Followmg the tournament the team competed Wlth Phoenlx Unlon Hlgh
St Marx s Hlgh and aga1n Wlth North Phoenlx emerglng xxctorlous many
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The Girls Phx sical Education Department IS one of the most active and pop
ular division of school l1fe Under the leadership of Miss Kathryn Young this
department has become mcreasingly important and to her should go much
of the credit for a fine year Two new teachers were added this year Miss
Mary Lue Reay and Mrs Helen Williams Miss Virginia Robinson and
Miss Anne Foglesong continued their work As physical education has
been made compulsorv for all girls in the last few years the instru tors
are kept tremendouslv busy and each deserves a compliment for her en
thusiasm and perseverance
The Girls Athletic Association fcommonly known as the GAAJ was
directed this year by Kathryn Pender The purpose of this organization
interested in year around sports states the president According to Miss
Foglesong the faculty sponsor The year 1944 45 was one of the most out
standing in the history of G AA ers It IS their plan to provide extra
curr1cular activities either in the gym or on the field three or four days
a week To reward girls who show skill and a sportsmanlike attitude
credits are g1ven which contribute toward obtaining a G A A letter Re
cently passed by the Student Council was an amendment enabling G A A
letter winners to wear letter sweaters This privilege hitherto had been
the sole right in girls activities of the tennis team
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department Headed bv Miss Young this is a purely serx 1C6 organization
and requires one period a day from its participants During this period
the girls do odd Jobs around the gxm and lend assistance wherever thex
are needed Their reliabilitx and hard vxork contribute much to a smooth
lx run department
A Girls T Club was formed this xear on the same basis as the bovs
Letteimans Club With Miss Robinson as sponsor and Lisa Painter as
piesident the club was successful and is looking forward to an increased
membership Though the sex en original members will be graduated this
xear there are sex eral Juniors xx ho can carrx on vxhere the seniors left off
Although according to state laxx tennis is the onlx sport permitted in in
terscholastic competition T. H. S. offeis a full course for intra-school com-
petition. Sports contests are held both during regular classes and after
school as a part of G.A.A.
Basketball heads the popularity list. Tournaments xx ere held for the sopho-
mores juniors and seniors. The sophomores were the most enterprising
thirteen teams competing in their tournament.
GIRLS TENNIS SQUAD
GIRLS' TENNIS TEHNI
Under Coach Kathryn Young s capable guidance the tennis team not only
proved successful in lterscholastic matches but rated championships in
all city state and inter state tournaments held during the current season
Undaunted by the untimely collapse of courts five and six Miss Young
devised a system of play which kept her students at practice the entire
year, and from these tireless efforts emerged a championship crew of
Virginia Grose, versatile three striper, led the team to victory. Ginnie
had little trouble in holding the first position the entire year with her
nicely placed shots, tricky serve, and consistent game. Jewell Tickle,
another senior, held number two position by her speedy serve and hard
drives. Although third position has been under constant fire all year,
the most consistent winner has been Shirley Shyskofsky, a junior. Shirley
is noted for her petite stature and constant fight. Lisa Painter, occupying
the fourth position, was most successful in her dazzling serve. Outstand-
ing net play gained Mary Walker fifth position while Irma Padres, an-
other junior, held down number six slot by her ability to cover the court
and return any type of shot. Joy Kalt, although ranked as number seven,
shifted throughout the year from spot number two to number seven.
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OI'gaU1ZatlOI'1 Congratulauons to MISS Young and crew for emergmg VIC
tor1ous from the cap1ta1 Clty matches Badger athletes of the falrer sex
add thelr champlonslup to the others Clalmed by Ve old alma mater
the trlumphant 44 45 season
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Ratlng second IH popularlty IS softball Wlth the first breezes of sprlng
there come mevltable femlmne shouts from the field denotmg that base
ball season has begun Although often the play IS rather unorthodox and
the garb more so the game goes on w1th an ever mcreasmg followmg
Mlss Foglesong supervlsed the GAA tournament Wh1Ch was held w1th
Dancmg must certamly be placed among the major act1v1t1es M1ss Rob
lnson holds classes IH the mlrror room for all age groups She presented
two programs th1s year the memorable Chrlstmas assembly portray1ng
Le Joungleur de Notre Dame and the presentat1on of Cinderella by the
advanced dancmg class m cooperatlon w1th the mus1c department Such
were the nucleus of th1s department
Among the more popular G A A clubs were those of bowllng and archery
Both were led by Mxss Foglesong and met on Saturday mormngs The great
xncrease ID membersh1p over last year mamfests the g1rls deslre for Just
such competltlon and assoclatlon
For those gxrls m modxfied classes table tenms was offered Under the
dll6CtlOH of Mlss Young a round robln tourney was held for the twenty
gxrls part1c1pat1ng Shuffleboard too was offered 1n modlfied P E Thus
glrls who are phvs1callv l1m1ted may earn GAA credlts
excellent dancers as Rosemary Brooks, Marilyn Stanley, and Ruth Tackett
F' ASKETBAIT ARCHERY
The Tumbling Club certainly needs no introduction after its fine perform-
ance in the P. E. Assembly.
Always among the best-liked sports are hockey and hylo ball. This year the
latter was replaced by soccer with equal success. All the P. E. teachers
direct these sports during class periods and Miss Reay and Miss Foglesong
direct them after school hours. Tournaments of four teams invited keen
Also under the direction of Miss Mary Lue Reay was a Golf Club. After
practicing their strokes. the girls made several trips to the Municipal
Four other sports presented were horseshoes. volleyball. handball, and
swimming at the Y. W. C. A.
PINGPONG MISS REAY INSTRUCTS GOLF CLASS
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ll CERVH TES EL ll
El Cervantes sponsored bx the Spanlsh department of Tucson Sen1or Hlgh
School was re orgamzed th1s year under the leadersh1p of MISS Ida Celaya
head of the bpamsh department
There were approx1matelx nlnetv members of the club durlng the vear
The mam 1n1t1at1on was held ln the month of November other 1n1t1atory
ce emomes occurrmg later 1n the school xear At every club meeting pro
grams were gn en featurmg Span1sh songs and dances
The Chrlstmas partv called the plnata was held ln the enclosure south
of the cafeteua on December 14 for all members Two ollas filled wlth
candx were broken and a good t1me was had by all
0fflCEFS of El Cervantes were Martha Jackson presldent Lorena De
Sanctls VICG presldent Aurel1a Lorona secretary and Vlola Ferrazas
cha1rman of the soc1al comm1ttee
PH HNIFRIEH CLUB
With a larger membership than ex er before the Good Neighbor Club was
able to extend its program of activities this year Under the leadership
of Dr Herb J Burrows the club learned a great deal about our neighbors
to the South and had a good time doing it
Officers of the year were Gerry Fitzpatrick hard working president Bill
McCormick xice president Ralph Cardenas secretarv and Josephine
Entertaining programs featured movies pai ties and speakers from among
the students faculty members and outsiders
A major project of the club was the publication of a quarterly paper called
Pan-American Echoes. This year s editor. Vera Johnson, was assisted by
Jessie Becker, Bob Hartman, and Ellen Ann Sydow. The members wrote
the copy and did the mimeographing. Stencils were typed by Jo Ann
Lewis. Alma Sewell, Pauline Marshall and Dawn Sanders.
Another interesting feature of the club was the correspondence of mem-
bers with students in Mexico. Matt Gibson was in charge of this activity.
Students who wished to participate in this activity gave their names to Dr.
Burrows when he was in Mexico last fall.
While Dr. Burrows was studying for his Ph. D.. Mrs. Burrows and Miss
Erma Mercer sponsored the Good Neighbor Club.
All in all. this year was a very successful one for the Pan-Americans. and
every member learned much about the countries 'tsouth of the border."
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NHTIII AL HU HR SIICIETY
Character scholarship leadership and service these are the four requi
sites necessary to gain the coveted membership card of the National Honor
Society Those fortunate few are selected by a committee of seven teach
ers who consider carefully each student eligible for membership Each
member receives an embossed membership card and a certificate and IS
entitled to wear the small gold triangle pin with the torch of learning
Several elections were held throughout the year In the first semester
seniors only were considered Near the end of the school year outstand
ing Juniors as well as seniors were chosen for membership Following
each selection mitiations were held so that new members might learn the
purposes of the society and their I'ESpOI1S1b1l1t19S as members
There are 2000 branches of the Honor Society in the United States Tuc
son is Chapter Number 70
Headed bv Fred Snyder the society was of service to the school by help
ing new students become accustomed to school regulations and by serving
as a general information bureau Other officers who carried on the work
of the society were Lowell Bailey vice president and Vlfglflla Grose sec
retary Miss Laura Gale sponsored the group Additional members whose
pictures do not appear are Jessie Becker Donald Brown Rose Catalanot
to Thelma Fisherman Bob Grlffen Len Ivans Pat Jenney Tom McCleneg
han Pete O Laughlin Charles Parsons Julia Peyron Julia Swanick Jewell
Tickle Dorothy Tyler Pat Utzman Art Weddle Jo Margaret Wilson.
Crawford DuBois Eklund Ellingboe Gibbs Goff
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Manv and varied were the activities of the Junior Red Cross of Tucson
Senior High School this past year including some project for each month
In October monev was collected from the homerooms for one hundred
fifty seven gift bags for service men ox erseas In November the member
ship drive began and met with a fine response from the students Also
in November was the big Red Cross ex ent the vaudexille show which
featured student talent at its best for a worthx cause During Februarx
the Junior Red Cross sponsored two mox ies Winter Carnival and The
Last of the Mohicans T presented in the ex ening and followed bx informal
dances in the cafeteria.
Money from these functions together with student contributions. support-
ed the high schools bed in Comstock Childrens Hospital. The amount
left over vxas donated to the National Childrens Fund and the fund or
school supplies for children in liberated countries.
ln addition to this the Junior Red Cross met its third wartime quota, as-
sisted by the Girls' Social Hour Committee and the homerooms. Also
Red Cross worked on the paper salvage drive.
All these projects were planned by the fifteen chairmen making up
Coordinating Committee. Acting as officers were Virginia Houghton, girls'
chairmang Pete Howell, boys' chairmang Gail Carson. girls' vice-chairman:
Tom Burrows. boys' vice-chairman: Marian Moore. secretary: and Ted
Bushnell, treasurer. Other members of the committee were Rosemary
Brooks. Jim Drachman, Matt Gibson. Chuck McHugh. Jim Tolley, Milford
Wilson. Winston Gin. Emily Vasey. and Marilyn Stanley.
Calanthe Brazelton again sponsored the group.
Tucson High is grateful for the services of the 30 Club whose members
did an excellent Job this year under the direction of Mr M F Whiting
Responsible for the flashy goalpost decorations and posters for our football
games, these unsung heroes also braved the screaming mobs, ushering at
games, conventions, and tournaments. They were the brains behind this
year's successful football rallies.
Officers were Eddie Ahrens, president, Mickey Brown, vice-president, and
Art Weddle, secretary-treasurer.
Other members were: Esar Komie, Clair Dobias, Charlie Specht, Howard
Makler, Art Herzog, Jim Strasberg, Ralph Simons, Thomas Arana, O'Fer-
rall Knight, Philip Battaglia, Maurice Mathanson, Alfred Leon, Otis Baker,
Seymore Brode, Stanley Greenberg. Richard Block, and Paul Bayer.
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Thex drd rt agarn The Grrls Socral Hour Commrttee chalked up another
rear of successful partx management Bx sellrng and takrng trckets and
arrangrng the coat room at all school dances the grrls made possrble the
effrcrent mor ement of mam socral functrons
Leaxrng the games earlx for the first shrft or leaxrng the dance floor for
other shrfts was the pr ree the grrls had to pav to serve on thrs commrttee
The grrls were capablx led bx Meade Powell presrdent Vrrgrnra Grose
r ree presrdent and Barbara Young secretarx Therr advrser and co work
er was Mrss Calanthe Brazelton Other members were Carmen Alvarez
Bessre Mae Bover Alrce Carlev Ruth Corbett Reba Grayson Vrrgmra
Houghton Jov Kalt Helen Jenkrns Margaret Mclean Bettv Maunew
Genexra Mrller Mrrron Moore Beverly Patton Kathrvn Pender Julrr
Pexron Jeanne Ranex Edna Revna Bonnre Rrtehre Peffgx Small P11
Spencer lVIar1lvn Stanlex Ruth Tackett Marx Walker Joan Werbrrck
Renee West Grace Wrlson and Jo Margaret Wrlson
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Much of the credrt for those student bodx dances ex err one enrox ed so
much belongs to the Boxs Socral Hour Commrttee Whether plannrng or
managrng the dances these boxs kept busx trxrng to proxrde rnterestrng
entcrtarnment for our soeral actrxrtres
At the dances the thrrtx tvro members had a xarretx of dutres to perform
Some of these xx ere takrng trckets superxrsrng the dance floor and cloak
room and sellrng those xerx xx elcome and necessarx eokes
The adxrser for thrs eommrttee vt as Dannx Romero rx ho desprte hrs m rm
other dutres drd an excellent Job Offrcers for thrs xear Jrggs Lent pres
rdent Jrm Drachman and Eddre Green xrce presrdents and Tom Wrllram
The other members were Lovtell Barlex Bob Borce Dax rd Bord Lee
Carex Jerrx Dodson Tom Gurnex Brl1Helfinstrne Frank Iaccrno Paul
Jones Joe Keller Drck Landrs Jrm MCK1Sb1Ck Larrx McQuade Frank
Mrtchell Jack Mommsen Dare Morrrson John New burn Pete O Laughlrn
Brll Oxer Art Pacheco Don Parlett Jrm Prckrell Larrx Schrexer Frank
Sharman Crarg Smrth Fred Snxder Jrm Tollex and Art Weddle
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The first Tuesday of ey ery school month the Old Roman republic was re
lu ed in Tucson High Under the direction of Miss Alice Butts members
of the Latin Forum re enacted the distant years of the Republic
The clubs purposes were both social and educational. Even the goyern-
ment was modeled on that of the ancient Latins. Two Consuls, Virginia
Grose and Douglas Fulton, presided. The meetings and the fun were
planned by the aediles-Kathleen Wood. David Faris. Jo Margaret Wilson,
and Henry Garretson. Geralee Houck and Kathryn Pender were Quae-
Two Tribunes, Roderick Taylor and Ann Hutchinson. represented the low-
ly Plebians fwith less than two years of Latin to their creditj. insuring
them their full rights and serving as a check on the senatorial represen-
tatives. Interesting meetings attracted a large group. The old pagan
feast of the Saternalia was celebrated. and in April a radio program was
presented by the members.
The Forum. after several years of non-existence. has been enthusiastically
supported this year by an unusually large membership.
FRENCH LL H
This Near the forme1 Le Cercle Fran HIQ was known as La League Franc
alse Early IH the season the executrxe commlttee composed of the club
officers Presxdent Audrey Hatch V1ce Presldent Mabelle Koen1g and Sec
rotarv Thelma Flshman met w1th the1r adv1ser MISS Florence Brazelton
Thev declded to change the name of the club as the prlmary purpose of
the organlzatlon was changed In prexlous vears the club has had as a
goal the oral practlce of the French language through the presentatlon of
sklts plays and songs Th1S year because of the war a1d for the French
War Rellef became the clubs Chlef alm The pr1nc1pa1 means of ra1s1ng
money were mov1es voluntarv contr1but1ons and benefit programs
In add1t1on as a Chrlstmas offerlng La League Franca1se contrlbuted food
clothlng and money toward the support of a needv famllv
The first French mov1e Barcarolle d Amour starrmg Charles Boyer met
w1th great enthuslasm Wlth more than two hundred students and towns
people attendmg So successful was th1s presentatlon that others of 1tS
kmd were shown throughout the xear all proceeds be1ng turned over to
the French War Rellef
La League Francals completed a hxghly successful season w1th a formal
French program g1ven rn March and the annual banquet ln Apr1l
HHHTH TIE HWLS
The purpose of the Dramat1c Owls IS to awaken 1nterest 1n dramat1c
trends and movements both of the past and present to develop a cr1t1ca1
Judgment and ejoyment of plays on stage screen and a1r and to furnxsh
an opportun1ty for students to appear before groups 1n plays and rec1tals
states MISS L1ll1an Cavett head of the speech department and advlser of
In add1t1on to the productlon of major plays for the student body and
townspeople the members have appeared before church organlzatlons and
clubs as well as presentlng plays and programs for the servlcemen at
our a1r bases and hospltals The work of the organlzatlon also includes
raxsxng contrlbutlons for the Stage Door Canteen and the Servlcemens
Members asslsted 1n the presentatlon of the all school plav The Flghtlng
Llttles servmg as part of the cast crew and advertlslng staff The semor
class play Jumor Mlss had as 1ts cast semor members of both the Drama
txc Owls and Thespxans
The last play of the year was Our Town presented by the speech depart
ment on May 9 and ll
An Easter assembly was also g1V6H bv the dramat1cs department ln con
nectlon wxth the vocal musxc department
Officers of the Dramatlc Owls were: Kathleen Campbell pres1dent' Dave
Morrison vice-president' and Helen Mclntosh secretary-treasurer.
The Natlonal Thesplan Socxety IS the honor organlzatlon of the dramatlcs
department and membershxp It attalned by the po1nt system To quallfy
for me-mbershlp a student must earn ten po1nts each representmg ten
hours of some type of dramatlc work Polnts are earned by appearmg
before aud1ences 1n plays and recltals
The followmg students completed thelr po1nts and were 1n1t1ated xnto
the SOC16ty durlng the year Jackle Ste1n Helen McIntosh Helen Freeman
Kathleen Campbell Mar1e W1ll1ams Douglas Fulton Paul Levy George
Wllson Glorla Ferguson Dave Morrlson Barney Kengla and Corrlne Case
Thesplan members partlclpated ln the presentat1on of the all school play
The Flghtmg Llttles and the senlor class play Junior Mlss Members were
also very active 1n the productlon of the last play of the year Our Town
Officers ot the Tucson chapter of the Nat1onal Thesp1an OYgdDlZdt1OH were
Daxe MOYTISOH presldent Babette Rlce VICE presldent Jackle Ste1n
scclctarx and Glorla Ferguson trcasuxcr Mxss Cavctt aclxlsed the group
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gether on Tuesdax ex enlngs at the Y W C A Plannlng then own programs
thex featured sklts pantomlnes panel d1SCUSSlODS round table d1scuss1ons
talks exh1b1ts a stvle show and a recogn1t1on serx1ce A great deal of
thexr t1me was devoted to preparlng for soc1al events 1nclud1ng a Hallow
eenl partx Hanglng of the Greens a Chrlstmas dance and a sp11ng fOl
Not only dld they have a I'Oll1Ckll'lg good t1me but thex also contrlbuted
thelr servlces to the communxtx bx helpmg vxlth var1ous war drlx es and
projects for Comstock the Ch1ldren s Home and the Tucson Medlcal Center
D1rected by Mrs Mary Margaret Raymond MISS Barbara Ward Mrs
Sherman and MISS Evelyn P1rtle the club boasted a membershlp of mnetx
five g1rls The ofncers who have been responslble for the success of the
club 1nclude Margaret McLean pres1dent Dorothy Tyler v1ce pres1dent
Margaret Beal second VICE pres1dent and worsh1p cha1rman Jeanne Cun
n1ngham secretarx Ga1lCa1son treasuler Brenda Dugan plogram cha1r
man Lorna Hall publlutx cha1rman P1lSC1lld AXE15 muslc cha1rman
Lorena de Sanctls and Babette R109 mterclub counc1l replesentauves
Enrolled m the glrl reserxe club sponsored bx M1ss Erma Me1ce1 and MISS
Ex elxn P1rtle are th1rtx one sophomore g1rls One of the1r outstandmg
achlexements durlng the vear was the organ1zat1on of a new gloup called
Tallx H1 and Sophomore H1 Y Th1s organlzatlon unxted both the sopho
more g1rls and the sophomore boxs 1nto one club vxh1ch planned and gaxe
a Jomt partx monthlx at the YW C A
The1r seruce projects 1ncluded help1ng a needx fam1lx at Chustmas t1me
decoratlng the Traxellers A1d booths for Chustmas and makmg neu
clothes for the dolls at the AVIZODH Chlldren s Home
The Tallx g1rls elected the follovxmg for the1r first semester ofTice1s Char
lotte Earhea1t presldent Marffalet Wh1tlock XICC p1es1dent Some Lou
secretarx Ex elyn Txler treasurex Georg1a Brewer soc1al cha1rman Jean
W1ll1ams and Charlotte Earheart 1nt rclub counc1l representatu es
Second semester oflicers were Margaret VKh1tlock presxdent Georg1a
B1ewer uce presldent Celeste ROd1g secretalx Cath1e Mancuso treas
uler Natalla Pfummer SOC13l cha1rman Margaret Wh1tlock Charlotte
Ea1hea1t and Bettx Irung 1nte1club counc1l rep1escntat1xes
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The brawny boys with the dashing red and white letter sweaters and the
flashing "T" pins, whom you have seen in the halls of T.H.S. are the famous
athletes you have read so much about in the sport pages of the local papers.
These are the fellows who were victors throughout the field of sports des-
pite sharp competition from the best high school athletes in Arizona. These
boys, who have earned their major letters in either football, basketball,
baseball, track, or tennis, compose the Letterman's Club, whose purpose
is to bring about good fellowship among all the sportsters.
Football coach Rollin T. Gridley sponsored the group as usual, and Nor-
man Bingham presided over the group for the first semester, with Harry
Johnson acting as vice-president. For the second semester Jim Pickrell
was elected president, Lowell Bailey, vice-president, and Jim Drachman,
Because of war time scarcities and conditions, activities were rather few
this year, however, there were several picnics, a dance or two, and the
famous initiation of the new members who received their baseball and
Sllllllll HI Y
Under the sponsorship of good-natured Johnny Barringer, the Senior Hi-Y
had a successful and enjoyable year with fun and activity. Weekly meet-
ings were held regularly at the Y.M.C.A., and the business consisted of
constructive talks by guest speakers. Various musical programs were
also presented by the entertainment committee.
The officers were well chosen for the year, with Eddie Greene presiding.
Jerry Dodson filling the vice-president's chair, Dave Boyd as secretary,
and Paul Jones handling the financial situations. Publicity was well taken
care of by "news hound" Barney Kengla.
The size of the group steadly increased until the club had one of the largest
memberships of any organization in school. The members also boast more
lettermen that any other club, excluding the l'T" Club.
Activities for the year were numerous and included several picnics, a steak
fry. a dance which successfully cleared 5535.00 for the treasury, a "colorful',
initiation, and a hayride.
The Hi-Y men also played their part in the world of sports, having a strong
football team and a fast moving basketball team, which defeated the rival
JHHIHR Hl Y
This year, under the expert supervision of Mr. Futrell, the Junior Hi-Y
was more active than ever before. They not only sponsored many dances,
hayrides, picnics, and other social functions, but contributed much time
and effort toward the winning of the war. They collected old clothes to be
sent to war-stricken countries, raised money for the Red Cross, and bought
many dollars Worth of bonds and stamps. This year they discussed many
serious topics in their meetings, instead of keeping their organization
strictly on a pleasure basis. On the educational side, there were speakers
and movies. In addition, the members contributed generously to the Com-
munity War Chest.
The Junior Hi-Y had more than 35 members this year, including many
lettermen, stars in all major sports, and leaders of the class and school.
President Jim Bartlett, Vice-President Johnny Newborn, Secretary Jack
Frakes, and Treasurer Tom Fridena helped to make this club one of the
best examples of school spirit, teamwork, and real fun.
HPHIIHIHRE HI Y
If you happened to pass by the h1gh school on any Mondav evemng and
saw a large group of good natured ambltlous fellows conductlng bus1ness
l1ke meetlngs or l1sten1ng mtently to a constructlve speech you probably
d1scovered th1s group was the Sophomore H1 Y
Although the organ1zat1on was a newcomer 1nto the H1 Y assoc1at1on th1s
year It got off to a good start and bu1lt up a good foundat1on for future
years 1n T H S Mr J P Blodgett was sponsor Preston R1ttenhouse was
chosen pres1dent Howard K1ng VICE pres1dent Roy Robmson secretary
Chet Vasey sergeant of arms and Thomas Arana treasurer
Because of 1tS recent format1on the Sophomore H1 Y had fewer aCt1V1t1eS
than the other H1 Y organ1zat1ons but those they d1d sponsor were very
successful These lncluded dances and meetlngs w1th Tally H1 at the Y M
C A on Fr1day evenlngs
Thexr membersh1p although small at first mcreased throughout the year
untll the club boasted approxlmately forty members Those members 1n
cluded T J Case Roman De Sanct1s John Edwards Ted Fellows John
Foster Se11n Franklln B111 Heck Clayburn H1tchcock Grant Howard
Charles Howard Charles Jenefsky Bob Judson Eugene Kaplan Ted Rhme
Dow Mahoney J1m Moorey Art Nehr1ng llrrf Nlkas Brady OR1elly
Rlchard Oxnam Gllbert Pad1lla Donald Pltt Donald Roads Karl Ronstadt
Fred Sargent Jesse Taylor D1ck Towne Joe Wal en Jack Naugh R1chard
Wollard Tom Workman Paul Ch1n and B111 Wr1ght
The Pep Squad members who compose one of the largest organ1zat1ons
1n school have been busy th1s xear wearmg thexr lungs out at all the bas
ketball and football games
Its none other than the proud owners of those speclal membersh1p C8IdS
vtlth the red badgers on them that gaxe the play ers thelr much needed
Those who dld not belong to th1s esteemed organlzatlon may haxe looked
askance at the members who wandered through the halls muttermg B
Vo Skl Waten Daten or Isk K1d1d1lee D1d1dlee Dee But the Pep Squad
ers were just pI'3Ct1C1Tlg Indeed they d1d practlce Many an afternoon
was spent learnlng new yells
The members had loads ot fun and got speclal seat1ng at the football games
on the 50 yard l1ne Those who really helped them put ox er thelr yells
xx ere the cheerleadels
This group of ardent Badger backers known to all as the Tucson High
School Cheer Leaders did more to bolster school spirit at football and bas
ketball g me than any other organization Throughout the year they
led encouraging cheers at the games and held several practices wit! the
Pep Squad. During the football season the cheer leaders introduced new
yells to the students in pep assembles. Perhaps the most outstanding of
these xx as the one held in the stadium before the first home game.
Highlights of the year were the two overwhelmingly successful football
rallies .organized and directed by the cheer leaders. The first and largest
of these was the shirt-tail rally. Everyone came to school dressed in colors
with long shirt tails and bow tiesg red and white crepe paper was seen
everywhere. After school. more than half the student body gathered in
front of the annex and marched with much shouting and waiving of flags
and streamers through the business section of Tucson, accompanied by a
police escort and the Tucson High band. Later in the season a pajama
rally was held.
Under the supervision of Mr. T. D. Romero. the cheer leaders accomplished
a great deal. Jackie Stein acted as presidentg other cheer leaders were Jack
Mommsen. Art Weddle. Art Herzog, Mary Kastner. and Clara Mae Franke.
hav u ,Q aww
Plannrng rnterestrng assembly programs rs a hard Job and the assembly
commrttee has done splendrdly thrs year Mr Paul Koch helped the group
composed of Joe Goff Larry McQuade Art Pacheco Marllyn Stanley Ann
Hutchlnson and Bessre Mae Bover to plan programs that were both rnter
estrng and educatronal
The tradrtronal class a semblres were better than ever and the ever popular
facultv assembly showed our dear teachers rn therr weaker and more en
Vlr Morrow and Mr Carson spoke to the student body several trmes Espe
crallx to be remembered was Mr Carson s address on Lrncoln
'Vlrss Utterbacks musrc and Mlss Robrnsons dancers created an rnsprrrng
Chrrstmas assembly We wrll never forget erther the beautrful Easter
program presented by MISS Cavetts students arded bv the vocal musrc
Thrs year rn comparrson to prevrous vears more mox res were shown
Vlarch of Trme films on Canada Brazrl Texas Portugal Indra New Eng
land South Afrrca and Arrways of the Future made vrsual educatron
Musrcal assemblres ranged from lox elv orchestratrons to hot jazz from the
Thrs has been a good year from the first actrvrty assemblv to the last glo
rrous senlor assembly and the student bodv owes a vote of thanks to the
hard workrng assemblv commrttee
l IIHY EHMMITTEE
In preparatron for the dax of vrctorw rn Europe the V E Commrttee was
organrzed thrs year The commrttee members were W D Rrbelrn charrman
facultv members Paul Koch T D Romero and Lrllran Cax ett and students
Vrrgrnra Grose Paul Jones and Jerrx Dodson Therr first work was to
adopt the followrng resolutron
Realrzrng that the surrender and occupatron of Germany wrll not
be the end of war for the Unrted States and that xlctorx bx our
armed forces marks onlv the first step rn the attarnment of the
goals for whrch our men haxe sacrrficed and dred and berng mrnd
ful of the great achrex ements for our vlctorrous forces rn all thea
ters of operatron THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that am ob
servatron of V Dav by the students of Tucson Senror Hrgh School
be solemnly and gratefullv dedrcated to those who have made the
supreme sacrrfice vxrth emphasrs on the great task remarnrng be
fore us to the end that those honored dead shall not hate dred
Wrth thrs resolutron rn mrnd Mrss Caxett and Mr Romero haxe planned
.1 program flttrng to the occasron
The commrttee vxrll be contrnued each xear untrl the surrender of Ger
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An honorary band organization
composed of senior boys who have
been members in good standing of
lhe band for two years, the Lyre's
Club is an exclusive organization.
After a period of hazing, this year's
"unlucky 13" were initiated last
spring, and all this year have dili-
gently carried out the purpose of
their club to enforce the rules and
traditions of the band and to punish offenders by various ingenious
Their clubroom, decorated as they see fit, is sacred to Lyrels Club members.
and intruders enter at their own risk.
This year's members were: Al Wien, president, Charles Parsons, Sergeant-
at-arms, and Eddie Arntzen, Don Brown, Eddie Mayhew, Larry McQuade,
Tom Walker, and Joe Young.
This year, after more than three
years of inactivity, the Girls' T-
Club was reorganized. Since the
group was organized rather late in
the season, it was possible to carry
out only a few of its plans. The
most im ortant of these was an I
amendmgnt to the constitution re-
garding major letter awards. For-
merly, only girls active in tennis
were eligible for the major letters, but now, as provided in the new amend-
ment, those G. A. A. girls who have completed a series of extra-curricular
sports and received the required 24 points of credit, are also eligible for
major letters. Among the sports which are required for a G. A. A. letter
are: basketball, swimming, baseball, dancing, tennis, hy-lo, hockey, and
Officers for the past winter were: Lisa Painter, president, Rose Catalanat-
to, vice-president, and Grace Ann Wilson, secretary. Amonk the original
members were Ruth Corbett, Peggy Small, Ginnie Grose, Jewell Tickle,
Gerry Van Kirk, and Martha Jackson. Several Juniors were initiated into
the Girls' T-Club, to continue the organization next year. These included
Irma Padres and Shirley Shykofsky. The club was sponsored and super-
vised by Kathryn Young, physical education instructor.
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Phylhs Wheatley IS the G1rl Reserve Club for negro hlgh school g1rls
Under the leadershlp of Mrs Ethel Tann and Mrs Marx Ellen Watson
the twenty Hve glrls enrolled have had a wonderful t1me durmg th1s school
tear Wlth thelr darlng tumbllng acts thex have prox 1ded exc1t1ng enter
talnment for mam others
The, off1cers chosen for the flrst semester were MarJor1e OKelleX pres
1dent Selma Euell v1ce pres1dent Imogene Brown secretary W1lmer
Shaw treasurer Jean Bell Barbara Bell Melxa Gene Thomas and Patr1c1a
Lander comm1ttee chalrmen Jean Bell Eugema WaSh1HgtOH and Marjorle
Second semester offlcers were Selma Euell pres1dent Melxa Gene Tho
mas uce pres1dent Eugen1a Washmgton secretarx Bobbx Hall treasurer
Selma Euell Jean Bell ard Eugenla Wash1ngton 1nterclub councll repre
sentatlx es Selma Euell Melva Gene Thomas Patr1c1a Lander and Wllmer
Shaw commlttee chalrmen
For each month the g1r1s chose a theme Each meetlng of that month was
planned to Ht 1n w1th the theme The g1rls heard lectures on charm par
hamentarx procedure and home decoratlons Thex also made some beau
t1ful curtams for the kltchenette at the YW C A At the annual Hang
mg of the Green on December 18 the Phylhs Wheatlex club was 1n charge
of the candle llghtmg SGYVICG A mother and daughter progressne game
partx vt as gn en durlng the month of February
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One ol the most populal departments 1n school GfdDh1C Arts lb alwaxs
the centel of much act1x1tx Prlntlng the Quarterlx and supplxmg grade
shps and excuses are revular projects 1D add1t1on students max set up
pxojects for themselt es as long as these do not mterfexe w1th school prmt
Somc ot thc 3CllX1t16S offered are bmdmg such thmgs as photograph al
bums crapbooks and magazmes pflfltlflg cmhosmg glldlflg color prlnt
mg etchmg block cuttlng malbellfmg and photographx whlch plaxs a
large part IH school publlcatlons
'lhe thlec cducatlonal arms of th1s dcpaltment cnc gcncral cducatxon ID
all thc major mdustrlal hclds xocatlonal guldancc and mtercstmg the stu
dents ln these act1v1t1es as hobbles
Lpon enterlng th1s course students are gn en a baslc trammg IH each ac
l1Xll1X so that thex max declde upon the Held 1n xx h1ch thex are the most
Qomc ol thc 1Ild1XlClLldl projects whxch students rn xx work on arc name
c nd lcttcl hcads Chrlstmas cards placc cards adchc s books gold lcttcl
mg oi books and leathcx goods dcxclopmg ot hlms and cuttlnc, Iubbhl UI
The competent heads of thls departmc nt one 0l1S Chldc ster dlrcctol Hixrx
C oldstcm 1I'lSllLlC.lO1 cmd lVI1ss Mnx C11 xx tockxoom lSSlSl'llll md lccoxd
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Peggy Small, editor
Larry McQuade, business manager
Joy Knit and Ruth Corbett. managing editors
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Album staff headed by Jo Margaret Wilson
Feature and Activities staffs headed by Mary Walker and Meade Powell
Advertising staff headed by Marion Moore
Subscription staff headed by Bonnie Ritchie
Hg., ,. Wyvsfvm
Art, Typing, and Sports staff. Ginnie Gross and A1 Crawford head of Sports staffs
Photography stzifl' headed by Charles Stewzirt
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CIII Publ1cat1on Tuc on Semox H1 h School Memoe1 ol NIIIIOIIII
Vol XXVI TUCSON ARIZONA
LISH Pamter advert1s1ng manager Paul Yea7ell tman 1g1r1g Cd1t01 M155 Ahce V111 ldXlSGl
Cactus Chronlele IS a name farn1l1ar to evexyone con
nected Wlth Tucson H1gh School Its great success Ib
attr1buted to the hard xx ork of both staff and adv1ser
The Chron1cle has brought d1st1nct1on to 1tself and to
the school 1n general bx vv1nn1ng nat1onal awards
The paper that IS d1str1buted almost every Thursdax lb
the firnshed product of the cooperat1on of several staffs
and 1nd1x1duals It does not just put 1tSQIf together
It requ1res daxs of contmual work
At the beg1nn1ng of the x ear hundreds of appl1cat1ons
pou1 IDIO room 220 Each apphcant 1S carefullx 1nx es
txgated bx the ed1tor1al board and final staffs chosen
Intelhgence 1n1t1at1xe and dependab1l1t1 axe the fole
most 1equ1s1tes ot a good staff membe1
O11 Mondaxs Vklltlllg stafls a1e called together and as
R C Al16Il,CE11IOO1ll5I ' Gale Holladax tall CLIIIOI
Helen Jenkms exchange mdlldgel
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Good Luck To
IEA In The Future
Qulll and Suoll and Columola SChOldStlC Pless Assoclatlonq
MAY 20 1940 N0 20
Fred edxtm Ruth Corbett man lgmg edmtox Al Crawford bports edxtol
s1gnments glven out bx the ed1tor There IS alwavs
a last mmute hurrx and scurry to meet that Thursdax
deadlme Asslgnments 1nclude artlcles of student IH
terest and nevus value ranglng from humor to edl
When the stones are ln and typed the techous task of
readmg and correctmg the copy must be faced Thls
tlrlng but necessarx Job belongs to the advleer Mme
Vall On Frldavs when the 3 00 bell 11ngs and Jllbll
ant students hurrx to pleasanter thmgs the edltorxal
board can be seen 1n room 220 hald at work murmur
2 Countlng out headllnes 1S a
long and dxfflcult Job Occaslonalx a shout PIETCGS the
alr and one of the staff can be heald screammg It
counts slgnlfxlng that he or she has completed a
headllne flttlng bpSClflC3t1OI1S
Saturdax moxmng agam finds members ol the btaff
xxorklng Ill the ChlOI1lClf, office ll'l mom '70 ind lll the
tx plllg loom tx plllg late stoner,
NI.n1lxn SIllllCN C,llLLlldIl0I'l ITILLI
Pete Hou ell. head photogfiiphel Jeanne Runex, head tx DISI
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Staff A Sports Staff
The edltors have by th1s t1me made a dummv or drawn the plan of the
paper aSS1gI11l'1g a spot for each story ThlS 1S onlv a temporary dummy
however for another one must be made when the copy has been pr1nted
At Acme pr1nt shop Chromcle members have many a sess1on w1th sc1ssors
paste and galley Gallev cons1sts of long str1ps of the pr1nted stor1es wh1ch
must be proof read bv the board and then returned to the prmt shop for
final correctlons It IS here that the final dummy 1S made the ty pe arranged
accordlngly for final pr1nt1ng and the flmshed paper rolls off the press
Now the d1str1but1on staffs puts the paper 1nto the hands of the student
body and the hard workmg exchange staff wraps and malls countless co
P165 to T H S alumn1 1n the servxce
D1l1gent tx plng and advert1s1ng staffs put 1n long hours of hard work wh1ch
IS just as unportant as that done by the wr1t1ng staffs.
Th1s years edltors Fred Snyder Ed1tOI'll'1 chlef Ruth Corbett and Paul
Yeazell managlng edltors Gale Holladay staff edltor LISH Palnter adver
t1s1ng manager have done a splendld Job Our vote of thanks goes to MISS
Ahce Vall wlthout whose gu1dance and fr1endlv helpfulness the paper
could never come out
The two b1g Chromcle soclal events the Chronlcle Ball and the Chronlcle
banquet were as outstandlng as ex er All proceeds from the Vxctory Ball
thls year went toward malllng the paper to the boys overseas
At the Chromcle banquet honors fox the year and heads for next year
were announced Agaln the paper won the Columbla Medallst award
the h1ghest prlze gn en to hlgh school pubhcatlons
Thls was mdecd another successful chapter ln thc hlstorx of the Cactus
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Staff B T5 pmg Art and Photography
C1 cul xt on tail Exchange St in
Mr. Chidester, adviser Ruth Corbett. editor Miss lVIartin. ad 1 ei
Celebrating its fifth year as the school magazine. the Quarterly received
first place award in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.
At the beginning of the year the staffs were selected by Ruth Corbett. edi-
tor-in-chief. Miss Harriette lVlartin. literary adviser. Otis Chidester. make-
up director. and the editorial board. consisting of Larry McQuade. Peggy
Small, Lisa Painter. Lowell Bailey. Arlene Myerson. and Mary Walker. The
entire stafi' was called together and assignments were given out for the
first big issue. All stories were due two and one-half weeks after being
assigned. When the assignments came in. the typists began to work on
the copy that was next sent to Miss lVIartin. who made all necessary cor-
rections. ln the Graphic Arts Department galleys were made, checked by
the editor or editorial board members, and re-set with final corrections
made. That galley was then cut down to required size and pasted in the
"dummy"-a general layout of the magazine. After the "dummy" was
completed and all cuts and drawings in. the magazine in completed form
began rolling off the press.
Between the covers-in all issues-could be found many stories and pic-
tures of student life. nction articles. poetry. a section devoted to letters
from the boys in the seryice. sports resumes. class stories. personalities.
and colored drawings. The themes of the four issues were Student Issue.
Arizona. Pan-American. and Graduation.
Art Weddle and Marilyn Stanley. circul ation
EDITORIAL BOARD managers. Gene Ice. makeup editor
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Should Xou Wander lnto the bandroom the Hrst perlod xou would find
amld racks muslc chalrs and band jackets Prof Sewell alded bx XOICQ
and baton worklng out wlth the band members the muslc to be heard at
football and basketball games assemblles communltx alfalrs the Rodeo
the flnllual Sprlng Concert and the gladuatlon CXGICISCS
Bccause of ltS malntenance of hlgh stalldalds of plavlng and because of
lts usefulness to the communltx the band was glx en the opportunltx thls
xeal of becomlng a member of the Natlonal Band Honorarx SOCIQTX
The OFHCSIS for the gear vx ere Lalrx McQuade plesldent Thor Hanson
secletalx Eddle Arntzen and Blll lVlcColmlck llblarlans Flank Hutche
lhe memolles of a xear ln the band nd all that It stands fer Vxlll not soon
be folgotten the plcture made bx the vt hole gloup malchlng up the field
IH thelr strlklng red unlforms a dash of color THSS color agalnst the
slm the soul notes on Mondax mornlngs Profs Jokes hls good nature
hls occaslonal outbursts at someone who IS blowlng hls notes practlces
111 the Cold glex dawn Profs tladltlonal Chrlstmas presents and of COUISG
the muslc the fast swlnglng marches the thrllllng Badger Song Profs
oxxn composltlon the nox eltx numbers llke Plstol Packlng Mama and
Chopstlcks the stlrrlng roll of the drums fO1 The Star Spangled Ban
nel the trlumphant sw ell of the graduatlon malch all these xxlll be 19
Il1C1NlJQ1GCl xx hen a former member thlnks of the band
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111ge5t 111 the h15t01x 0f the school xx 15 one of the best
T11e 01che5t1a 1115 had a bu5x xea1 pILbLY11111Q than 11111u11 conuxt 111d
155cmh1x 18 vxall as pe1f01m111g It 111 school p11x5
Th15 xea1 the o1LhL5t1a o1ga1117cd a Nat1011 11 1101101 Soclgtx Lorhposcd oi
O1,1tSt3l'1d1Hg membe15 The Of11CCIb xxuc all 59111015 Thu xxelc GQ11x
ICIHIX and Edna Ru 11a 11ea5u1e1 Othu mc111be15 xxe1e F1 IIILQS 1101115
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Xt C1111S1TT1l9 thc o1che5t1a p1esc11ted P101 xx 1111 C111 a1bu111 ot R1L1xm 1111
The 0fT'1ce1s of the O1chest1a fOI th1s xea1 xx e1e WVIHIX Tu1Cat0 p1Q51de11t
Sh111ex 51rte1 SECIQIHIX NISFIHY1 11110019 11b1a11a11 Bu1t011 Pa150115 pe15011
11e1 manager D111a R0me10 ass1sta11t d11ect01 Kathleen RObQ1IbOI1 LUYICGII
master and L1121 Fae H0ppe1 3SS1St311t COIICGIT maste1
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Theodoxe Preston Mewde Powell Tommx Buuoxx
K inger. Max
SKK ING B -XNID
Mwclin. Milton Delw'n'te. Boo Snell. Geor e
Richndson. H'11 'nebexx Die' ' 'Jr G or
Arntzen. Eddie Suylor. Gale Ric ihurt. Don
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GIRLS QUARTETTE AND ACCOMPANIST
The vocal muslc department under
the d1rect1on of MISS Madge Utter
back has had an especlally busy year
Thus department IS made up of two
glrls choxrs the beglnnmg class and
the advanced group a boys cho1r the
glrls quartette and the Badger Bal
ladeers or m1xed cho1r The boys for
the m1xed cho1r were very d1f'ficult
to obtam but after much persuaslon
many jolned the class and the results
Approxlmately slxty programs have
been glven by the boys and g1rls
These ranged from presentmg school
assembl1es 1n commemoratlon of sea
and funerals They have also sung at
many church servlces teas luncheons
and group meetlngs of all klnds and
have glven three radlo programs dur
mg the year
Several tlmes durlng the year the department has had an opportun1ty to
do 1ts b1t for the armed SGTVICES bx g1v1ng programs for the Veterans Hos
p1tal and for the S1Ck wards at Dax IS Monthan The Quartette occaslonally
furmshed muslc for the church servlces at the Marana Armv A1r Base
Besldes th1s contr1but1on to the school and communlty the Vocal Depart
ment presented a contest at the end of each SIX weeks WIHDGTS recelved
pomts accordlng to where thev placed 1D the contest and a gold cup was
awaxded at the end of the year
sonal holidays to singing at weddings
BALLADFT I ELS
Presenting "The Fighting Littles" as their first play of the ycar, the Dra-
matic Art Department, under the direction of Miss Lillian Cavett. began
the season with a decided success.
Given in the high school auditorium Nox ember 21 and 22 The Fighting
Littles was the delightful and humorous storv of the younger generation
1n the Little household Their adolescent trials and triumphs and their
parents attempts to be understanding kept the audience interested through
out three acts
With the entrance of the fascinating and provocatixe southern belle Hen
rlette into Goody s already tangled love life the plot thickened even dis
gruntled Mr Little was affected by Henriette s southern accent
Miss Poloya Egyptian dancer added a touch of mysterv and beauty to the
play and distinguished Norman Peels sophistlcatlon greatly amused and
Fluttery Aunt Aleta was consistently entertaining throughout the play and
the adolescents were particularlv well cast
The cast included Mr Little Douglas Fulton Mrs Little Pat Spencer
their daughter Goody Helen Mclntosh adolescent son Filmer Paul Levy
Ham Eller Dave Morrison his little sister Marie Williams Aunt Aleta
Gloria Ferguson the maid Almatine Mvrna Hoffman Mrs Harpedale
Ruth Tackett her son Dickie Barnev Kengla Miss Poloya Egyptian
dancer Rosemary Brooks the Southern belle Henrlette Kathleen Camp
bell Cuckoo Lorna Hall Screwball Babette Rice and the distlnguished
Norman Peel George Wilson
Judy who IS thxrteen has a burnlng desrre to grow up and be slxteen She
also has an amazlng capaclty for food and a glrl frlend named Fuffy Adams
Judy IS the star of Junlor Mlss 1945 Semor Class Play starrmg Pat
Spencer IH the t1tle role
Wlth a reasonmg based on current movles mstead of common sense Judv
decldes that her father must be m love w1th the daughter of hrs boss J
B Curtls Her attempts to brmg her father back 1nto the famrly fold and
save her mother from a fate worse than that of Joan Crawford are sup
plemented 1n h1lar1ty by Judys efforts to 1mpress upon her famllv the
fact that she IS no longer a child
The appearance of Uncle WllllS who Judy beheves has been spendmg un
mentlonable time rn one of the country s best Jaxls adds color and confu
s1on to the already chaotxc s1tuat1on However Wlth clrcumstances seem
mgly at the1r worst there IS an unexpected turn and Judy just as un
a lovelv Jumor M1ss who has an escort for her first formal dance
The cast lncluded Pat Spencer as Judy Betty Maunex as Fuffy Adams
Bonnle R1tch1e as older slster Lo1s Larry McQuade as Uncle W1ll1S Al
Crawford as Harry Grax es Jean Cunnmgham as Grace Graves Daxe Mor
r1son as J B Curtls Arlene M5 erson as Ellen Curtls Pat Jenny as Hllda
the ma1d Walter Aros as Barlow Adams W1lber Barr as Merrlll Feur
back Joe Goff as Sterllng Brown Bob Wlntrlnger as Albert Ixunodv Tom
W1lllHmSOD as Tommv Arbuckle Art Weddle as Haskell Cummlngs JlggS
Lent as Charles Lowell Ba11ex as Henrv Frank M1tchell as Jlm Robert
Eklund as Joe and Larry Sch1ex er as the Western Un1on boy
The play was d1rected bx Mrss Lrlhan Cavett axded bx T D Romero semor
class adx 1ser
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'With the presentation Max 10 and ll of Our Tovxn a plax bx Thornton
Wilder the pages of time vxere turned back to the earlx 1900 s to a tx pical
American village Grox ers Corner New Hampshire
The play began with an ordinary dav in the lix es of the Gibbses and the
Webbs The love affair between young George Gibbs and little Emilv
Webb culminated into a moving wedding scene which contained all the
elements of sorrow and happiness that irake tor solemnitx and impiessixe
ness ln the cemeterx scene in the third act the dead b11de a little xxlsh
ful decided to turn back and relixe a dax in her childhood onlx to find
that life cannot be iecaptured The conclusion was that Tiuth is to be
found onlx in the future rather in what has been alreadx accomplished
ln this plax presented bx the Dramatic classes the leading role of stage
mftnagei the narrator who retells the histoix of this township xx as ablx
handled bx Douglas Fulton Other members xxeie Dr Gibbs Jack Bum
stead Joe Croxxell Jack Nutt Hoxxie Nexx some Stanlex Nexins Nlis
Gibbs Patricia Peters MIS Webb Babette Rice Geoige Gibbs Jack
Frakes: Rebecca Gibbs. Pat Browng the Webb children, Wally and Emily.
Joe Purcell, Emily Jane Vasey and Helen Freeman fcast doublyy: Mr.
Webb. Harry Talmage: Woman in the Balcony, Margaret Migliori: Man in
the Auditorium, Howard Makler: Lady in the Box. Jean Soulyie: Simon
Stimson. Sam Marinoffz Mrs. Soames. Jane McIntosh: Constable Warren.
Howard Maklerg Sy Crowell, Dale Bender: the village boys. Jack Parich.
Richard Cooney. and Norman Stratton: Sam Craig. Don Henderson: Joe
Stoddard, Stanley Neyinsg and assistant state managers Bill Berquist and
For adroit handling of a difiicult and unusually moving play. congratula-
tions to Miss Cayett, director, and the entire cast.
Webb ut the end ol' his mpe . . . clowzmin' cuilex . . , Hzxllahzm goes Western
Serum' Misses and Misters
Iump Ihvbmf bwing amd sxvofm mufic nmkexw . . . IILIIIKINIIIIL' II111'1'v
nuriefv ul' I' .... mild amd meek Hi-Y men . . . C4111g1'a11L11g1I1m1f. Imxx'
NI1: 3Im'1'mx' stepf out . . . Smile and the world wlth you . . The grew pmlile . . Souers cracked 21 joke'
Captaining the 1945 state championship
basketball and baseball teams is LOW-
ELL BAILEY. councilman at large. One
of the leading athletes of our school.
Lowell is also a prominent figure in other
All-State football captain SOL AHEE
made a grand name for himself and his
alma matter during his high school days.
Friendly Sol, an honor student as well
as an athlete, was well-known and well-
liked in the halls of T.H.S. After be-
ing graduated in January, Sol attended
the University of Arizona, waiting for
Uncle Sam's call.
Sparkling and peppy is our Student Body
Secretary BESSIE MAE BOYER -
known as "Poozie" to her countless
friends. Poozie's good looks. pleasant
smile, and warming "hello" have made
her one of the most popular of Tucson
High's coeds and have been the key to
the many offices and honors bestowed
upon her during her high school career.
Known for her graceful dancing and
tiny waist ROSEMARY BROOKS adds
her bit of color to school. Besides good
looks she has brains - as her member-
ship in the National Honor Society would
prove. An important position she holds
is that of senior councilman. A loyal
Badger backer she is in charge of keep-
ing up the morale of a certain football
"Trebla," or ALBERT CRAWFORD to
those who don't spell backwards, is the
amiable and witty Chronicle and Tucson-
ian sports editor. Always ready with a
unique word of greeting, Al can claim
a long list of good friends and school
activities. Al can often be seen in his
ultra-sporty horseless buggy - when it
isn't out for repairs.
Quarterly editor, managing editor oi'
both the Chronicle and Tucsonian, and
National Honor Society member, RUTH
CORBETT still has time for her many
friends. She stands head and shoulders
above the rest of us in brain matter and
her giggle ranks second only to her
beautiful blue eyes.
"JAMO" DRACHMAN has been the able
representative of the Senior Class in stu-
dent council meetings all year, furnish-
ing them with a potent voice in the stu-
dent administrtaion. A fine fellow, Jim
is one of the most respected, well-liked
members of the class of 1945.
Prexy of the T.H.S. student body. JOE
GOFF is tops in athletic and scholarship
and holds an A-l rating on the social
side. Able handling of the fullback slot
on the 1945 Badger football squad gain-
ed him a place on the All-State team,
and his leadership of our school has been
outstanding. Hats off to an all-round
Evanston, Illinois' gift to T.H.S. came in
the form of lively, loquacious GINNIE
GROSE, who usually holds down num-
ber one rung on the girls' tennis ladder.
Intelligent and dependable, Ginnie also
fills important positions on the Girls'
Social Hour, Chronicle, and Tucsonian.
Modest EDDIE GREENE is affectionately
termed "blushing" by his friends, but
despite his shy manner Ed has really
been prominent in T.H.S. Being vice-
president of the Boys' Social Hour and
prexy of the Senior Hi-Y men comprise
some of Greene's many activities.
Vivacious JOY KALT has her tinger in
numerous "pies." and her name ranks
among those who have contributed to
school prominence. With a sharp bit ot'
witticism or beaming smile, Joy is al-
ways to be seen at any school gathering
where the Badgers need some moral
A friendly grin and humorous remark
are as much a part of PETE HOWELL
as his "hint" of a beard. Easygoing and
likable. Pete holds down the important
position of head photographer for the
Chronicle. and photographer on the Tuc-
sonian. Termed one ot' our "characters"
Pete has added much to the fun and
laurels of T.H.S.
Pint sized GORDON JIGGS LENT is
the xice president of our xenerable in
stitution a star football player and a
leading sprinter of the Badger thinclads
Besides these attributes Jigg has added
fun and laughs to ex erything he did this
LARRY MCQUADE-Senior Class Pres
ident is perhaps one of the most versa
tile boys in THS Larry has vxon a
name for himself in almost exery field
open to students As a football player
he was named all state right end he was
pic ident ol the B and ind busine s man
gel ol the Tucsoni in ln di :matics
Laiiy has obtained turthei time as the
uncle in the senior class pl iy
Two strlper LISA PAINTER is a
capable athlete an business efficient
woman an understanding friend and a
redhead' If you ever see her groaning
electric blue car make way
cause she s usually in a hurry doing her
countless errands as advertising man
agei on the Chronicle member of the
National Honor Society Girls Social
Hour ind countless others
Another redhead with a charming xoice
'ind infectious personality is MEADE
POWELL capable president of the Girls
Social Hour. Singing with the band
Meade is a prominent factor in the suc-
cess of all school dances. This attractive
lass busily vt orks on the Tucsonian and
is an active participant in several of our
The girl with the dark hair and beau-
tiful, big, blue eyes you may have seen
faithfully attending every Badger func-
tion is BONNY RITCHIE, head of our
Tucsonian subscription drive. Bonny is
an earnest worker, willing to lend a
helping hand to anyone in need. Sincere
and trustworthy. she stills loves fun and
laughs and will take a dare at any time.
"Freckled Freddy," competent and ver-
satile head man of the Cactus Chronicle.
is a grand fellow with "Success" printed
all over his smiling face. At all times
willing to help his friends, of whom
there are a great many, FRED SNYDER
is one of the brightest stars on the roster
of the class of '45.
If you've seen a good-looking girl bus-
tling about school getting in and out of
trouble, it is probably PATTY SPENCER
-Tucson High's Sarah Bernhart. Patty
has been in almost every play produced
during her three year career, and she
is about the best actress we've seen.
Patty has been outstanding in other
fields, but she still ranks tops in humor.
Senior Class Secretary and Tucsonian
Editor are only two of the positions pep-
py PEGGY SMALL fills without 21 flaw.
One of the busiest girls in school, Peg
never fails to pass by without a laugh
or joking reply. Under her perfect man-
agement, none of her numerous projects
could do anything but succeed.
Busy and bustling, MARILYN STAN-
LEY-circulation manager of the Chron-
icle has managed to make a lasting name
for herself in T.H.S. Starting on her
road to fame through dancing, Marilyn
has proved she is capable of any other
task confronting her. This girl with the
contagious laugh and pleasant manner
is tops on our list as sincere and truth-
ful and one of the best sports we know
A broad grin and clicking shutter remind
us of CHARLIE STEWART, hard work-
ing photographer on all school publica-
tions. Witty and dependable. this am-
bitious lad can always be seen either
pounding the cinder track or "rushing"
about on his numerous jobs.
Looking behind a huge pair of sunglasses
one might find MARY WALKER, well-
known coed about T.H.S. -Girls' sports
editor on the Chronicle, feature editor
on the Tucsonian. and Quarterly editorial
board member-and she still has time
for fun! A typical Western girl, Mary
is athletically inclined and also a rearjy
Jocund TOM WILLIAMSON serving the
Senior Class as vice-president is the man
to turn to for humor at any time of the
day. Tom is a master at all forms of
foreign "accents" and contributed many
an able "character" part in our assem-
blies and plays.
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