Tucson High School - Tucsonian Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

 - Class of 1947

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Y' LLTOX 1 ay. 10 IU 'jaw ,dh C X CARSON The eficlency w1th h W 1Ch our school IS operated 1S traceable largely to th e efforts of C A Carson pr1nc1pal Through h1m ours has become one of the most smoothlv run and best equ1pped schools 1n the nat1on He IS 1n chaxge of adm1n1strat1on Wh1Ch 1ncludes makmg rules and regulat1ons for the runnmg of the scho l 0 and generallx supervlsmg 1tS '1Ct1v1t1es Andy Tolson Dean of B oys also deserves a large share of Cfedlt for h1s part 1 n makmg our school outstandmg As asslstant pr1nc1 pal h1s dutles lnclude d1sc1pl1ne and attend ance and as dean he adV1bES boys on matters pertalnlng to 1eg1strat1on and thelr general xx elfare In add1t1on to these act1v1t1es he xlso sponso1s the d stu ent counc1l and student body government Head of our schools soual hie 1S Dean of G1rls MISS Calanthe Brazelton ln th1s ca pac1tX she serves as sponsor to the G1rls Soclal Hour and the 'Student L1fe Commlt tees In add1t1on she h as gcne1 al superv1s1on ot g1rls attendance and gu1dance and 1nclud ed among the other act1v1t1es whlch make her one of the bus1est and most helpful persons around school 1 h s 91 adv1sersh1p to the Jun 1or Red Cross zmzzwam The name Robert D Morrow 1S synono mous w1th the success of Tucsons publlc school system Through h1S capable guld ance our schools have emerged as recognlzed leaders 1n the Held O1 educat1on and even more IS be1ng planned to better our hlgh stand1ng Plans for bu1ld1ng a techn1cal hlgh school are belng made and Wlth 1tS com pletlon much of the credlt w1ll be due to the untlrmg efforts of Super1ntendent Morrow and the Board of Educatlon As admmlstra t1ve head of Tucsons school system Mr Morrow has charge of recommendlng Chang es ln pOl1Cy the employ ment of teachers and maklng rules and regulatlons for all clty and d1str1ct schools Contracts and personnel work are also handled through h1s olflce The hlghest authorlty IH our school system here ID the c1ty Board of Edl,1Cat1Ol1 1S com posed of three promlnent buslness men O H Barnhlll Fred W Flclxett and Pete Howell These men were elected by the peo ple and have final Jur1sd1ct1on 1n matters concermng school adm1n1strat1on It was th1s board who put before the taxpayers the bond Issue wh1ch w1l1 make poss1ble the bu1ld1ng of a new techn1cal hlgh school To these men go our xote of grat1tude for the fine contr1but1on they have made R D NIORROW we-.,,,hNg-1 '-qukksq R BOARD Ol' If DUL Xl IUIN BARNHILI 1' IL hh F1 MORROW HOW ELL Page 11 ln the principalis office are Miss Ruth Fuller, secretary to C. A. Carson, and a staff which includes Mrs. Mary Shivell and Mrs. Ellen Haynes. This office has charge of faculty correspondence, student tuition rates. rental of the high school auditorium. distribution of the daily an- nouncement sheets, and all veterans' cleri- cal work connected with the G. I. Bill of Rights. The registrar"s office keeps all perma- nent records. while the attendance office handles all excuses for absences. Pictured from left to right are Miss Elizabeth Chrlson Mrs Esther Horr Miss Margie Soto Miss Lee Funcheon Mrs Janice Hansen Mrs Trudrs Smith Mrs Ann Powell and Mrs Marion Rider The Tucson Senior High Bookstore under the management of Joseph W Magee center aids the facultx and stu dents in manx xx axs Its greatest serxice is supplying the students with textbooks and supplies Also ill tees in the xarious classes are paid to this department and are later submitted to the main office The bookstore hindles all graphic arts cafeteria student bodx funds as xt ell as its ovin accounts and is in charge of the sup plies for the graphic arts department and the woodslrops As an additional serxree to students lost and found items are re turned to a special de partmc nt in the book store Assisting Mr Mrgcr are Miss Jean Graham iight assistant manager ind 'VI ss Imogene Izcll left bookkeeper lic aafmwaaileaaafaianzh O 1 cl Ron 'llompun N1-XIXKI o sun OUIITIKX x lx ison um f N n lun Jon ont Ron Dxum I lton ncns c no one 1 B uxuns not 1 El Coocum Stn IUUISUFI Tucson H1gh School has the reputauon of belng one of the cleanest and best cared for h1gh schools 1n the state Th1s env1able rcputa t1on has been achleved bx the fa1thfulness and the met1culous care the malntenance staff has glven our school propertv Mr A C Downs englneer lb ablx asslsted bx a staff of seven janltors headed bv lVl1ke Rlesgo and ou1 school watchman Mr Row Saxon As we clowd down the stalrs lace 8C1OSb thc street, and huxxv lnto the vta1t1ng lllli to get ul H IICLNOI1 oul lunches we nexel stop to leahze that thlrtv seven Lusx uomen ale xesponslble fox our belng 'lble to haxe those xxondelful meals 'Vlrs Luc1lle Dawson heacls the ent1re cafeterla staff conslstlng of twentx icux regular Workers and thlrteen palt tlme xx orkels who plepare all school lunches The slx d1x1s1ons axe the mam cooxs the salad dcpaltmcnt the pastlx 1nd sandwlchcs the dxshxx ashlng and the out s1dc serwce Thanks lov a yob well clone 511- coakancl L., F l 111 Z lux 4 , 4 L E , M "Tv . 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Dancing MAFI' IL JOI' Cooldlnitox of Student Acl1x1t1eQ NIALI IS 'VIILTON I Fnglne 'Vlech nnlcs VIARISCAL I' RNFST Sp 1nIQh XIARTIN HNRRIETTE Fm., Qudltellx Cutux Chrunlvlm NIILLLR NIAUDE Am P1 nhlemg N11 NX COME I 1-OINA I- fIf..,llSh UTI M XRX Jmlsh OX LRPECK If N EI YIN I- nglwh PARLETT MARI ARET S Qhux Iclccls II-RRINS XLICI- If m,,l1sh PETERSON RUTH Tyvim: Sh0I'lhill"lfI PINKSTON RUTH TYDil1r-K Shorthand Bookkeeping REA BLSSII- Englls REYNOLDS P LORFINCI' Fnglk RIBELIN VS Am Hlst RICKEL HARR! ln ROBERTS LLOYD D1 amatlc' Arts Stage-cxafl and Dewlgn Thespmnx ROBIINSOIN MARJORIP Fngllsh ROBINSON XIRK INIA -Xdx Dlnrlnp. arching. Squid RONIERO T D Bookkecpln Qemm CI xv rx x S011 P fx ROTHROQ Ix GLENIN Bmlup ROYCF I-X X Studx H ll '-1 RYKKEN Vl Am Hlst SEWELL W Organ Band Orch Strings Theory Lvres Club SLKCLI: HANLEY I E Baseball STEVENSON MARJORIE English Tucsonlan Cactus Chronicle STEWART GEORGE 'xlgebra Geom Chess Club STONDALL F Fener al Metals TAYLOR JOHN L m Problems UTTERBACK MADGE Vocal Choral Gr oups VXN HORNE Chem Track VESEY F A Ceneral Metals W EBB RAY Tr lg Geom Algehr 1 WHITE. JAMES P F Basketbrll WH ITINF I- M Biol Club WILDMAN CENE Llbrar lan YOUNG KATHRYN Phvslcal Ed Drum and Bugle Corps VAIL ALICE English Faculty members not pictured in the Tucsonian this year are as follows: Jessie Butts, Alice Carter, Patricia Collins, Lucille Davison, A. J. Eager, Leona Hilles, Mary Kalil, Charlotte Luz, Kenneth Pearson, Charlotte Proper, Thelma Ransom, John Schenck, Esther Schreurs, D. D. Shadley, and Chester Shaeffer Ju. yuan iwfws. af Qwfqn -4 .1 LEE CAREX I RANT HOVX 'XRD IIPI Il'l"I1 BXCON IJXRIPXI- HONINR IRI' D NXR4 ENT 'NED HLTCHINSON JIN1 QLICI-x Page IS . 5 ' b A ' Q ? 'F Q 'fp ' ' 1 ' if f' 1 A i A - z 4 ' Lf I -e . 3 , . , ' . PE E ' ' N X 7 - f 1 Al f MNT, Aw.. ' A .' W ::' , - A. . .A--if f -if 1, if ,ju -V' 4' K 0' . ,.. ,L : - f I My A M 5: ,,.J. . L :V 7 ' 1 f " ""T 'Q - 1-vw V+ , ' 3 . ', P,x'1'cm'1 :.I,Y I ' .' , .:.': A, -' 3 :JJ Q: ' .' .' . "' Government by the students, of the students, and for the students! Our student council, elected last spring with the exception of the sophomore rep- resentatives, went into full swing last fall. Sophomore representatives were elected at the first of the vear along with their class officers As a good start on December 5 our school was represented bv five prominent students Prina Stanley Patsy OR1elly Fred Sargent Darlene Homar and Jim Quick at a state convention in Holbrook Arizona Prina was the only Tuc on rep resentatixe to speak at the convention Her topic was How to Interest High School Students in the Teaching Profes sion At mid semester for the first time in the history of our high school an election for student body president was held Lee Carey who had contemplated remaining throughout the year was graduated in January leaving his post vacant The candidates for this electlcn were Brad Tolson and Grant Howard With a mai gin of about sex enty votes Grant slipped thiough to become president for the re mainder of the year IRIXX SIXNIPY V L-he-:G-0 qaqduzafgali ar.-5 .J J CHET X XSPX AND LORPAINI' LXPPRLH The Councils specific project tor the second semester was to codify the Student Government Constitution Sexeral sec tions had to be rewrltten so that they mole understandable The bv laws needed to be changed and It was necessary to put parts of the constitution under applo priate headings At thc final election ln May the whole student body had a chance to vote on the codification of the constitu tion The outstanding winners xx ho lcd and lnspired our high school this past xear weie Grant How ud president Chet xfasev vice president Lorralne Calflev secretarv Prina Stanley councilman at large Patsy OR1el1y and Fred Sargent senior councilmen Don Bacon and Ned HutLhlDSOl1 Jun or councilmen and Dar lene Homar and Jim Quick sophimoie councilmen lil! v I r 'ye . n 3 I yy y D I 1 G . 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MOLLY AAllegrctto lg El Cervantes 2: National Honor Society 3. -l: Orchostra 2: Pan-American 2: Quar- terly bl: Organ Club -1: Stamp Club 3. ALVAREZ. .lOl'I. ALVEY. MARY. AMANDO. YOI,ANDAvEl C0rvant0S 2. 31 G.A.A. 2. 32 Pop Squad 2: Tally-Hi 3. AMADRIL. BPI'l'TY-Junior Prom Dance Committco 3: Flag Bearer 2: G.A.A. 2. 3. 4: G.S.L. 2. 3. -1: Junior Guard 3: Social Hour Committee 4: Tennis Squad -lg Tuc-Hi -l: National Art Honor Society 3. AMALONG, GLORIA. AMELING. EDVVARD--Press 2. 3: Intra-Mural Sports 4. ANDERSON. MARY LOU. ANDERSON. BOB'-Dramatic Owls 3: Intra-Mural Sports 3, 4: Pep Squad 23 Travk Squad 4: "30" Club 2. 3. 4. ANGEL. MARY. ARANA. BP1'I"I'Y LOU-Chronicle 2: Dance Committee 2. 3: El Cervantes 2: G.A.A. 2, 3: Pep Squad 2: Tut'-Hl -i: Marching Squad 2. 3. 4. ARANA. THOMAS-Chr0nlt'le 2: Hi-Y 2. 3: Intra-Mural Sports 3: .Iunlor R011 Cross 2. 3. -l: "30" Club 2. 3: Cha-ss Club 2: Radio Club 3. ,ig National Honor Sot'lt-ty 4. ARISMENDIZ. IOLA-Junior Rvtl Cross 2. if .... if 'L ,. eff' H t. i it " Page 25 4! Page 26 AROS, CONNIE. AROS. MARY ALICE-Allegro 3: Allegretto 3: Balladettes 3, 4: Balladeers 4: Dramatic Owls 3: El Cervantes 3: G-AA 2: Pep Squad 25 Tally-Hi 21 Tue-Hi 3. 4 fTreas- urer 43: Marching' Squad 2. 3: Inter-Club Council fVice- President 4l:"Stage Door" 4. AROS. MARY LOUISE-fAllegro 3: Allegretto 2. 3: Ballad- ettes 3. 4: Balladeers 4: Dramatic Owls 3: I-Il Cervantes 2. 3. 4: Pan-American Club 4: Pep Squad 2. 3: "Stage Door" 4: Tally-Hi 2: Tuc-Hi 3, 4 tVice-president 4l: Inter--Cluh Council fSecretary 43: Girls' Marching.: Squad 2, 3. AVIS. NANCY-Junior Red Cross l: Tue-Hi 1: National Honor Society 4: "Stage Door" 4: Thespians 4. BAFFI-IRT. ANNE---Chronicle 2. 4: Dramatic Owls 4: EI Cervantes 4: G.A.A. 2, 3: Graphic Arts Cluh 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Pan-American Club 2: Pep Squad 2, 3: Quarterly 3. 4: Social Hour Committee 4: Thespians 4: Tuc-Hi 4: Tucsonian 3. 4: National Orchestra Honor Society 2, 3. 4. National Orchestra Honor Society 2. 3. 4. BAIM. JOE-Band 3: M. C. of Jr. Class Assembly 3: Cheer Leader 4: Chronicle 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Intra- Mural Sports 3. 4: Senior Council 4: Social Hour Com- mittee 4: Club 4: National Honor Society 4: "Stage Door" 4: Speech Cluh 4. . ' , BAKER. MARGARETE-Chronicle 2. 3. 4: Dance Com- mittee 2: Dramatic Owls 3: Flag Bearer 2: G.A.A, 2: Junior Guard 3: Latin Forum 2: Pep Squad 2. 3. 4: Quar- terly 2, 3. 4: Tucsonian 2. 3. 4: National Honor Society 4. BANNICHR, DICK--Pep Squad 4. BARCELO, JACQUELYN-Chronicle 4: El Cervantes l: G.A.A. 4: Junior Red Cross 4: Pep Squad 4. BARNHART. LYLA. BARR. FORREST-Latin Forum 2, BARRIOS. ERNEST. BASKER, MARCELLA. BAYER. PAUL--Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Intra'Mural Sports 3: "3O" Club 2, 3. ISecretary-Treasurer 4l: Junior Assembly 3. BAYNI-1. BI-ITTYA-Chronicle 2. 4: Class Cabinet 3, 1: Dance Committee 3. 4: Dramatic Owls 3: Flag Bearer 2: G.A,A. 2. 3. 4: G.S.L. 3. 4: Girls' "T" Cluh 3. 4 4Vice-President 4i: Junior Guard 3: Junior Red Cross 2. 3. 4: National Honor Society 4: Pep Squad 2. 3. 4: Quarterly 4: Social Hour Committee 4: Tucsonian 4. BEACH. BPIVI-IRI,Y-Dramatic Owls 2. 3: Pep Squad 4: "The Great Big Doorstep" 4: Tuc-Hi 4: Thcspians 4. BECK. BILL-Football Squad 2: Pep Squad 4. BECKI-IR. BARBARA-Chronicle 3. 4: Dance Committee 3. 4: Dramatic Owls 3: G.A.A. 2. 3: Junior Red Cross 3. 4: Latin Forum 2. 3: Pep Squad 2. 3. 4: Quarterly 3, 4: Social Hour Committee 4: Tucsonian 3, 4. .A I.L. ANN-El Ccrvantvs lg Tuc-Hi ll: Radio Cluh 4. BICNDER. DALEvPlays 2. BENSON. DOLORES-El Cervantes 1. 1 BI-I C 'lk "1 BERG. MARJORIICgI'0p Squad 33 Tuc-Hi 3. BERLINSKI. DON - Inlra-Mural Sports 4: Junlur Red Cross -l: Pep Squad l: Tonnls Squad 4. BILRNAL. ALE.X--Bam-hall Squad 2: Football Squad 2. BIGXVOOD. MARY-Allogrvltn 23 Balladcttcs 2: Tuc-Hi BIINGHAM, VELMA Ifvp Squad 4, NIdlChlI1f., Squad 3. 1 Organ Club 4. BINGHAM. VERNON. BISII, GLADYS. BISHOP. BARBARA BLACKBURN. JAIVISI---c'hl'lll1l1'lK' 1: .lunlnr Guard Il. BLADE CORDON BLAIR TONY AQsemhl,y Cummlttu 'K Dlnce Lommlttee M 'S Football Squad 2 HI Y 2 3 Junlol Red Cmss 2 3 -l Pep Squad 4. 5 F , ,,.V' ' V. BLOOM. CRACE. , ...GL .gk Q as L ' 2 ' Pxmx zfiiig If N Y 1' BODI,Alx. EDWARD lnl Luxanlos. 2, lop Squad 1. BOORSTEIN. MITLIiPep Squad 1. BORGARO. CARMEN--Pan-Amcriran 2. 3. 4 rX'icv-I'rm-si! dz-nt lr: Tuc-HI 4. Page J' 2, , ,, x 1 -1 - A! 1 If X 1 Mfg M335 ,A 5 5.4 , ,X ,K G -u-.M i New 2 i Page 28 p 4 . IIQ- df ' . sl X 11' gi : , . WSP . - ' Q ls.. .J . I' BOTFELD, BERNARD-Chronicle 4: Intra-Mural Sports 2: Pep Squad 4: Quarterly 2, 3. 4. BOWDLE, BETTY-'Allegretto 3: Bugle Corps 4: Quarter- ly 4: Graphic Arts Club 4: Junior Red Cross 4: Quarterly 4: Drum and Corps 4. BOYD. ROLAND. BRADLEY. MARION-Orchestra 2. 3. 4: "ISO" Club 4: National Orchestra Honor Society 4. BREVVER, GEORGIA-E1 Cervantes 3, 4: G.A.A. 2. 3: Latin Forum 2: Pan-American Club 3: Tally-Hi 2 tVice-Pres. 27: Tuc-Hi 3. 4. BRISCOE, MARY LOU-Chronicle 2. 3. 4 fEditorial Board 43: Dance Committee 3. 4: Class Cabinet 4: Dean's Com- mittee 4: Dramatic Owls 3: Flag Bearer 2: G.A.A. 2. 3: Junior Guard 3: Latin Forum 2. 3: National Honor Society 3. 4: Pep-Squad 2, 3, 4 tl-'resident 41: "Spring Green" 3: "The Great Big Doorstep" 4: Quarterly 2, 3, 4: Junior Councilman: Thespians 3. 4 fTreasurer 43: Tucsonian 2, 3, 4. BROOKS. BARBARAfPep Squad 4: Thespians 4. BROWN. GORDON-"SO" Club 4. BROWN, MARY .IOFAllegro 4: Allegretto 3: Balladettc: 4: Balladeers 4. BUCHANAN, MARILYN-G.A.A. 4: G.S.L. 4: Pep Squad 4. IZUEHRER. ELIZABETH-Marching Squad 3. 4. BUNNELL, PAT-Dance Committee 4: G.A.A. 2. 3. -1: Girls' "T" Club 3. 4: Junior Red Cross 2. 3, 4: Latin Forum 2. 3: Quarterly 4. BURCH. RAY. CAFFREY. LORRAINE-Chronicle 2. 31 4 tStafi Editor 4i: Class Cabinet 2. 3. 4: Class Secretary 3: Dance Commit- tee 2. 3. 4: Dean's Committee 4: Flag Bearer 2: Junior Guard 3: Junior Red Cross 2. 3, 4: National Honor Soci- ety 3. 4: Pep Squad 2, 3. 4: Quarterly 2, 3. 4 fBusincss Manager 41: Student Body Secretary 4: Tucsonian 2. 3, 4: Social Life Committee 3, 4. CAIN. GEORGIA ANN. CALLAHAN. 'l'IGRESA-Transferred from Lincoln Park. Michigan. COMACHO. ROBERT. CAMPBELL. MARGARETfBalladettes 2: Balladeers 3: Graphic- Arts Club 4: Quarterly 4. y 45' p11 'S' G CANO. TERESA-Marching Squad 2: Drum and Bu-'le Corps 3. A CARASSO MARIANINE Drrmatlt Ouls 3 Pep Squid 4 Talls Hi 2 LARDENAS JOE Intr r Mural Sports l CAREY LEF Assemhlw Commrttee 4 Baseball Squad 2 3 4 fCaptarn 41 Basketball Squid 2 3 4 Chronrcl 3 e 1 Sophomore Presrdent Football Squad 2 3 4 Hr Y 2 S 4 Junror C d 2 ,uar 3 Junror Red Cross 2 3 4 et termen s Club 2 3 4 Natronal Honor Societv 3 4 So cial Hour Commrttee 2 3 4 fPresident 31 Student Bodw President 4 Preaident of Socrtl Hour Committee 1 Prcsrdent Hi Y 2 3 1 ARROI I MARY ROSE CARSON CHARLES B nd 2 3 1lSe tarw 1 Int Mural Sports 3 Lyre s Club 1 National Honor Souetv 3 4 Frack Squad 2 Nrtlon'rl Band rndOrchestr'1 Honor S vetx 2 3 4 fARSO'N PECCY Allegrftto I Lhronrcle 4 Iep Squad 4 Quarterlx 4 Tuc Hi 2 Fucsoni rn 4 CASAVXNTES EDWARD I3rll'1deers 3 4 Chronrclc 2 .Iunror Guard 3 Quartette 4 CAS-XX AN I ES VICTORIA P l rr., Bearer 3 Nlar chrng, Squad 3 CASE T J Basetball Squad 2 Hr Y 2 IntraMur'rl Sorts 2 3 4 Pep Squad 2 3 Quirtulx 3 1 Tra k Squad 2 CASEY CIORIA Xllegro 4 AIIL lotto Brllrdettes 3 Ba 'ldeers 4 Junror Red Cross 2 1 Irllx Hi 2 Tue H 3 MSTFLANI BETTY JO Chronrclt I l Ur s Lnbrnet 4 Drnce Committee 3 4 Dean s Commrttnt 1 Drarnrtlt s s 3 Fl Cervantes 2 3 4 If rf., Bearer 2 CAA 4 Cr l T Club 4 Tunlor hurrd 3 Nlatlonal Honor Socletw 3 4 Pan Amer lcan Club 2 3 Pop Squad 2 3 Sprrng Green 3 The treat Big, Doorstep 4 Quarterlx 2 3 4 Social Hour Commrttee 1 Thesprans 4 Tue Hr 4 Tucsonian 2 3 1 tASSOClllC Edil0l '31 fMrn'rgrng Fdrtor 41 CASTRO ALEX CASTRO FRANK CAXALETTI MAGDALENA C XA 2 Pep Squad 3 LAX If I I X RAX MOND CI II X PETE-Chronltle 4 Drms Lommrttet 3 4 III X is lk I ura forts 2 Ju 3 E Squrd 3 4 Socr'rl Hour Commrttu 1 LHXNDLPR KAY Dwnee Commrttu 4 .Iunror Red Lross 'Irms erred rom orrnr., c ool or frrls ClrrC'r,, Illrnors VI WL la V- Q w .ll f s re-"9 Q 15 Page 29 f Q, Q .rr 54'g5fggQ ,1- 41 r rge 30 '-N, W' ww-wr CHIIN PAUL-Clase Cablnet 1 Sophomore Class Suu tart Hi Y 2 3 Junror Guard 'i Junior Red Cro -1 Senlor Councll 4 Natxonrl Honor Socletx 1 CISSOIN L H XRLI' S CLAUBERC 'VIILDRED Chau Icrdtr 1 l'l Ccrxrnlt l C A A CLAWSON LORA Band 3 Lhronlclc 'E Dr rnrrtrc Oxxls 3 Junlor Cuard '1 Junlor Red Croes 2 'S -1 Lfrtrn For um 2 Orchestra 2 3 4 Pep Squad 2 3 Spring Creen 'Z Great Blr., Dooretep 4 Thesplans 'S 1 Trrcsonlrn 1 National Honor Socletx -1 COLIL CATHFRINI' COLLINS ROSEMARY El Cerxantex 1 KA X 2 Imp Squad 2 CONCAN ALFONSO Band 2 'i 4 I ree Club 1 O Chestra 4 Swlng Band 3 4 National Brnd and Orches Honor Societx 4 tAsQistant Personnel Manager 'i I sonnel Manager 41 CONCAN ALICI' CONIDIT ALICL Dance Committee 1 Dramatrc Owls 3 A 2 3 4 Junior Red Cross 2 3 4 Iatrn Iforu 2 Pep Squad 4 Spring., Green '3 The Creat Bly. Dooretep -1 Thespians '3 1 tSecretarx -11 Tuc Hi 1 'Watlonrl Honor Society -1 CONTRLRAS ALBI' RT l'I Lsrrantcs 1 Pootbrll Suu 2 3 Track Squad 2 3 LOONEY RICHARD Chronicle -1 Pap Squad 3 4 Qurr tc-rlx 1 National Honor Societx -1 LOPPOLA MARIAN CORDER WAYNE-Chronlcle 1 Pep Squad 4 Qu te CORhLIA DOLORES-Balladtttes 'i Chronicle matic Ovsls 'X Fl Cerxantes 2 '3 I-lu., Bearer 2 Qurr I9 N 3 COSULICH KILBERTA Chronlck 4 Dramatrc Oxxlx 3 El Cerwantee 2 3 GAA 2 3 Graphlc Arts Llub ational Honor Socretv 4 Pan American Club 2 'fl Pe p Squad 2 3 Speech Club 4 Tallx Hi 2 Tue Hr 2 3 1 1Prr-srdent 41 Tucsoman 4 COLSER ROY LAMAT Traneferrul from Central School Chattanooga Tenneaeee CRXIC IXCK B Golf 3 4 CRXVX JFAN GAA '3 x 4 im IU' M-an CROVV. CARL. CRUZ. EVANGELINE-Flag Bearer 2. 3: G.A.A. 2. 3: Pep Squad 3: Tuc-HL2. 3. CURTIS, IMOGENE. CU'l'RI'Il.L, JAMICS R. CUTRELL. SHIRLEY. DAVENPORT, JOUBERT-Band 2. 55: Baseball Squad 2: I-Ii-Y 2, 3: Junior Red Cross 2. 3. 4. DAVIDSON. JERRY. DAVI LO. JOE. DAVIS, VIRGINIA-Chronicle 2, 3. 4: Class Cabinet 2. 3. 4: Dance Committee 2. 3. 4: Dramatic Owls 3: Flag Bearer 2: G.A.A. 2: Junior Guard 3: Junior Red Cross 2. 3. 4: Latin Forum 2: Pep Squad 2. 3. 4: Senior Council 4: Quarterly 2. 3. 4: Social Hour Committee fPresident -ir: Tucsonian 2. 3. 4 tAssoclate Editor 3. Managing Edi- tor 41: Committee 4. DAWSON. SHIRLEY-Chronicle 4: G.A.A. 2. 3. 4: Girls' "T" Club 4: Junior Guard 3: Latin Forum 2: Pep Squad 1: Quarterly 4: Spring Festival 2. 3: National Honor Society 4. DAWDY. MARY-fG.A.A. 2. 3: Pep Squad 2. DELGADO. STELLA-Dramatic Owls 2: El Cervantes 2. 3: Girls' Club 4: Spring Festival 3: Twirler 2. 3: Junior Red Cross 2. 3, 4: Pan-American Club 2: Pep Squad 2: Tuc-Hi 3. DELSID. ESTELLFI, DENNES. NANCY-French Club -l. DOROSA. VINCENT. DeSANCTIS. ROMAN-Basketball Squad. Cubs 2. Manager 3: Chronicle 2. 3. 4 fEditor 4l: Class Cabinet 4: Hi-Y 2. 3 1Secretary-Treasurer 31: Junior Guard 3: Junior Red Cross 2. 3. 4: Quarterly 2. 3: Social Hour Commit- Pe S uad 3 4' Quarterly 2. 3: Social Hour Commit- 4: D Q -- f we 43 Tuesonlan 2. 3. 4. DE'l'Vl'ILER. JERRY--Band 2. 3: Chronicle el: Intra-Mural Sports 3: Lyre's Cluh 1: National Honor Society 4: Quarterly 4: Band National Honor Society 4. DXETZ, FILVINA--Chronicle 4: Dance Committee 2: G.A.A. 2. 3: Pep Squad l: Quarterly 4. gk ' 1 ff 3' f' 1 . . 'Ds Page 31 A 'Q 91-s.. 'WW' DOlN ESTELLE CAA 2 3 4 GSL 4 Grrls T Club 4 Junior Red Cross 2 3 Natronal Honor Socletx 4 Pan American Club 2 Tally Hi 2 DONISI JOAN Chronrcle 3 4 LI Cerxantes 4 1 A X 3 4 Pan American Club 4 Quarterlx 4 Tuc Hi 1 Tuc sonran 4 CSL 4 DONNAN LUCY DOUGHLRTY ANNE Chronicle 4 El Cerxantcs Tucsonlan 4 DOUCHTY JOAN-Chronicle 4 Class Cablnet 4 Dance Committee 3 4 Dramatic Owls 3 El Cervantes 3 G A A 2 3 4 Gil T Club 4 Graphic Arts Club 4 Latin Forum 2 National Honor Society 3 4 Pep Squad 4 ocral Hour Commrttee 4 Tucsonran 4 Speech Club 4 DOUC LAS HOWARD DuBOIS BETH Allegro 4 Balladeers 4 Chronicle 2 3 Dance Committee 4 Dramatic Owls 3 El Cervantes 2 ep Squad 2 3 4 Sprmg Green 3 Arsenic and Old Lace 3 The Great Brg Doorstep 4 Quartette 3 Quarterly 2 3 4 Thesprans 3 4 Tuc Hi 4 National Honor Socletx 4 DUI' FETT JACK EAGLESFIELD RUTH MARIE Allegro 3 Balladettes 3 4 Balladeers 3 Chronrcle 4 Dramatic Owls 2 3 a tional Honor Soclets 4 Organlst 4 Thesprans 4 Organ Club 2 3 4 tPresident 3 43 Radio Organrst 3 4 EASTBURN DORIS The lrert Bu., Doorstep EDWARDS CATHERINE Flag Bearer 3 4 French Club 3 4 Junior Red Cross 2 3 4 National Honor Society 4 Quarterly 2 Social Hour Committee 3 Tucsonlan 3 4 EDWARDS JOHN Basketball Squad 2 3 4 Chronicle 3 4 Dance Committee 4 H1 Y 2 3 Junior Guard 3 Junror Red Cross 2 3 4 Latin Forum 2 Pep Squad 3 4 Senlor Council 4 EICHHORST, DON-Inlra-Mural Sports 4. EI IAS. SAI I Y. ELLIS. DOROTHY--Chronicle 2, 3. 4: G.A.A. 2, 3: Junior- Red Cross 2. 3, 4: Latin Forum 2: National Honor' So- ciety 3. 4: Orchestra 2. 3: Pep Squad 4: Quarterly 4: Swing Band 2. EPSTEIN. GILBERT-Chronicle 4: Intra-Murzrl Spor-is 3. .13 Junior Red Cross 3. 4: Pep Squad 4: Tennis 3, -1, EUELL, JEAN. EVANS, BILL-Chronicle 4: Class Cabinet 4: Dance Com- mittee 3: Football Squad 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3: Intr-a-Mural Sports 3: Junior' Red Cross 4: Lettermen's Club 3. 4 1Vlce-President 41: Social Hour' Committee 4: Tucsonlan A asm . -EP' A 5 5 Q .QS 4 -wage: ,, N 4 ff? 7 2 EVANS, LONA LOU--Marching Squad 3. FEIDT, JERRI-Chronicle 4: Dean's Committee 4: El Cer- vantes 4: G.A.A. 2, 3. 4: Junior Red Cross 3. 4: Pep Squad 3, 4: Red Cross Fiesta 3: Quarterly 4: Tuc-Hi 3. 4: Dance Committee 2. FELLOWES. TED--Chronicle 4: Football Squad 3, 4: Hi- Y 2. 3 tPresident 31: Quarterly 4: Senior Council: Social Hour Committee 4. FEUERSTEIN. BILL---Intra-Mural Sports 2. 3. 4: Junlor Red Cross 2. 3. 4: Pep Squad 4. FIELDS. BOB-Band 2, 3: Orchestra 3: Swlng Band 2, 3, 4. FIMBRES, RUDY. FISCHER. BETTY-G.A.A. 2. 3. 41 Graphic Arts Club 3. 4: Thespians 4. FLANNERY, BRENDAN4-Intra-Mural Sports 2: Junior Red Cross 2, 3. 4: Track Squad 3, 4. FLYER, ELAINE-Chronicle 4: Dramatic Owls 33 Junlor Red Cross 4: National Honor Society 43 Pan-American Club 3: Tucsonlan 4: Marching Squad 4. FOX. BILL-Band 2. FRANZ, BILL-Band 2: Junior Red Cross 2. 3. 4. FREDERICH, JACKIE-Tuc-Hl 4. Transferred from North High, Columbus. Ohio. FRIDAY, TOM. FRIEDMAN. JUDY-Chronicle 2. 3. 4 tEdlt0rlal Board 471 Dramatic Owls 3: Junior Guard 3: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4: Quarterly 2. 3. 4 tEdit0rlal Board 43: Social Hour Com- mittee 4: Tucsonlan 4: National Art Honor Society 3, 4. FULLER. VIRGINIAAJunior Red Cross 2. 3. 4: Pep Squad 4: Tucsonian 4. FULLER, WILLIAM. GABUSI, GLORIA. GAISFORD. RUTH-Chronicle 2. 3. -l: Dance Committee 3, 4: El Cervantes 2: G.A.A. 2. 3: Orchestra 2: Pan- American Club 2. 3: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4: Tucsonian 3. 4. 73 3 D. Q 'L fu N .I ik , .5 . ww : . E it , . W . ,,,, 1 'E' . Q1 ,,, ,,, 3 " xi 250 J' f r -,qv--., Q. ,,..,-: 1 I . , : as at K W f bf , 1 Z., M 1 ". Page 33 tee GALLA KIDO. .IOSICPI I INIC. GALLICC 10. RUIJY. GANNON. NIARKENRIVI' Clironivlc 2. 3, 4: .Iunior Guard 3: National Honor Sovivly 1: Orr-hostra 2. Il: Pop Squad 1: Quzirtvrly lg Tucioniun '11 Radio Club R. GARIJNICR. CIIAI1I.I'S--Bullarlcvrs 'lg Danve' Comniittvv Jig Tlramutit' Owls tl: I-'ootlmll Squad 21 Hi-Y JI: Intrzl-Murzll Sports 1: Quartvttv 1: Club Il, 4. GARNICFT. ROBIN. GASTI-II.I,I,' BI. I,YI7I.X. tlI:IORtZl'1, RICHARD 1..- lntra-lVlurz1l tg 'I'rzu'k Squad 1. IIEYICR, NANCY I.IiIC--.XIIL-grotto 3, lg Ilzillzulvttvs Il. l: PII Cv1'vztntvs i. GIBSON. GARY IIZIIIII fl: Junior Ilvd Cross 2, 3: 'I'rau'It Squad 2. 3. tlII.I.I'ISI'lI-I. DAISY -I-Il Cc-rxuntvs iz G,A.A. 13: l'vp Squad 3. 1: Tut'-III 1, GI-.-XZIICR, PHILII'--1-'oothall Squad Il. GLENN. t'HARI,IiS. IQOLIJSTIAIIN. IlI'l'.X- -Chroniclv 13 I"r0nCl1 Cluh 3: Qum- tcrly l. tlUNZAI.ICZ. I.Il,Y. GONZAIJ-IZ. MARY TIII-IRI-ISA-PII Corvuntt-s Jig G.A.A. Sig Junior Guard 3: CQUHl'IPI'IX 3, 43 Sovlzll Hour Committt-0 Al: Tut-sonian 1: Junior Prom Committee 3: National Art Honor Sm-iply 2, 3, lg National llonor Sonic-ty l. GRACE, SI'fR.'XI"IN.X-fChi'1init'Il' 2. fl, il Il..N,.X. 2. II, lg G.S.I.. 3. fl: Girls' "T" Club 4: Pvp Squad 2, 3, 11 Quatr- terly ll: 'Tennis Squad R. -4. 'R .ABICIL DII.I,MChcss Cluh 2. 3. P Xlfs QHARI IS Ifootlull Qqu1rl2 Junioi td oss 1 Tiac' Q 1 GRA Y. ROBERT. GRAYSON, BILL. GREENBERG, STAN-Chronicle 4: Dance Committee 3: 4: Hi-Y 2, 3: Intra-Mural Sports 2: Junior Guard 3: Latin Forum 2: Lettermen's Club 2. 3. 4: National Honor S0- ciety 4: Pep Squad 2. 3. 4: Quarterly 3, 4: Social Hour Committee 4: Tennis Squad 2. 3, 4: Tucsonlan 4: Club 2. 3, 4. GRIDLEY, .IEANETTE-Assembly Committee 3, 4: Chron- icle 2, 4: Class Cablnet 4: Dance Committee 3. 4: Dra- matic Owls 3: El Cervantes 2. 3: G.A.A. 2, 3: G.S.L. 2: Girls' "T" Club 3. -1: Junior Guard 3: Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4: Pep Squad 2. 3: Senior Council 4: Social Hour Committee rSecre-tarym 4: Tennis Squad 3. 4: Tucsonlan 4: National Honor Society 4. GRIFFITH. LEON. GUILLEN. LYDIAsG.A.A. 4. GUINN. JEANETTE-Senior Council 4: Junior Red Cross 4. HALL. BOBBIE. HALLER. ROBERT-Junior Red Cross 3. 4: "Great Big Doorstep" 4. HANSEN. ROY A.4Hl-Y 3: Intra-Mural Sports 3: Junlor Guard 3: Junior Red Cross 2. 3, 4: Latin Forum 2: Na- tional Honor Society 4. HARDY. BARBARA. IIARRINGTON, RICHARD-Track Squad 2. 3, -l. HARRIS. SHIRLEY-G.A.A. 2. 3: Junior Red Cross 2. 3. 4: Social Hour Committee 4: Pep Squad 3. 4: Tuc-Hl 4: Art Honor Society 4. HARRISON. LOUISE. IIASSEI.. BARBARA. HASSEY. MARGARET-Dean's Committee 2: G.A.A. 2: Junior Red Cross 2: Pep Squad 2. HANVKINS. DAVID4Band 2. 3. 4: Junior Red CVOSS 2. 3. 41 Lyrc's Club 4: Swing Band 2, 3, 4. IIAYMORIC. TVIARILYNN-Drznnatlc' Owls 2, fl: POD Sillllld 2: Tuc-Hl 2. lx W Gi W as XX I - 'K " ,ju . Q J' 7 vu J 1. 'I 4:.T: 5 im f 3 f ff' HAYWOOD. JACK. IIEADY. DOLORES-El Cervantes 41 Tally-Ili 2: Tuc-Hi 4. III-IARN. MARY JO-Tuc-lli 4: Organ Il. l. IIITLTMAN. GERRY-G.A.A. 3. -1: G.S.I.. l: Tucsunian l: Art Honor Society 4. IIIGHHOUSI-I. I.aV1-ZRNE. I-IEGIJERA. CARLOS-I.cttcrmcn's Club 3. 1: Track Squad IIIGUPIRA. Ill-Il.EN4Marching Squad 2. 3. 1. Hail., BEI'lNOhChronicle 3. 4 tBuslncSs Manage-r 4l: Claes binct 4: Sophomore President: Junior Class President: El Cervantes 2: I-'oothall Squad 2. 3: Hi-Y 2. 3: Intra' ,-' Mural Sports 3: Junior Guard 3: Junior Rcd Cross 2. 5 V" 3, 4 lCounclI 3. 4l: National Honor Society 3, 4: Pep ,,. ,. -. iq 5' 'EE' 1 V '- M ig V .. . 8' -. ,. A Ye 'F if 3 Q y 1 simon, .5 h ? . K 'v I- H t - T Page 36 1 a A Squad 4. Qualtelh 3. Social Iioul Committee 3. 4. Tuc- sonian 3. 4. IIILL. JOIA-Dramatic Owls 2. 3: El Cervantes 2: Pep Squad 2. 4: "Arsenic and Old Lace" 3: "Spring Green" 3: "Great Big Doorstcp" -4: Thcsplans 4: Tuc-Hl 2. 4. IIINI-18. JUANITA. HINI-QS. MARY LOUISEfC.A.A. 2. 3. 1: G.S.l,. 2. 3. 1: Girls' "T" Club 3. 4 fPresident 4l: Pep Squad -1: Social Hou: Committee -1: Tennis Squad 3. 4: Tuc-Hi 4: Tuc- sonian 3: Drum and Bugle Corps 2. 3. HINWOUD. JACK--I-'oothall Squad 2. 3. 4: Ili-Y 2. 3: Intra-Mural Sports 3: Lcttermm-n's Club 3. l: Track Squad 3. -1. IIITCIICOCK. CLAYBURN-Band 2. 3. 4 fPre-sldent 4h: Ili-Y 2. 33 Intra-Mural Sports 2. 3. 4: Lyre's Club -l: Track Squad 2. 3. -l: National Band Ilonor Soclcty 3. 1. IIITICSH EVV. RUTI I. HOFIVMAN. GEORGE-Chronicle 3: Graphic Arla Club 2. 3: Quarterly 4: Tucsonian 3. IIOGBORG. DORIS. HOLBROOK. BRUCE-Dance Committce 3: Ili-Y 3: Intra- Mural Sports 33 Pop Squad 3: Quarterly 4: Social Hour Committee 4. IIOLDICN. JOE. . Q., N ii! 1 6' .2 lf ' A 1 -'sv l.4 96 if 'haw I .4 HOLI ADAY BETH Allegretto 3 Balladettcs '3 Chron rcle 2 3 4 fEdlt0ll8I Board 43 Dramatic Owls 3 El Cerxantes 2 4 Natronal Honor Socrets 4 Pep Squad 2 3 Quarterlx 3 4 fEdrtorral Board 43 Social Hour Commrttee 4 HOLI IS S-VVIMIF HORVN I'1 A NORM VN HOVXARD CRANT Assemblx Commrttec 'S Basketball Squad2 3 4 Chronicle3 1 Class Cab1net2 'Z 4 Junror Class Vlce Presrdent Student Bodx President 4 Dance Committee 2 3 4 HrY 2 3 Junior Guard 3 Junror Red Cross 2 3 4 4Chalrman 2 31 Lettermen s Club 4 Natronal Honor Socrets 3 4 4Presrdent 43 Pep Squad Presrdent 4 Quarterlx 4 Socral Hour Committee 4 Track Squad 3 4 Tucsonran Assocrate Edrtor 'Z Adrer trsrng Manager 4 HOWELL JACK Basketball Squad 4 HUERTA LOLITA Class Cabrnet 4 Junror Prom Dance Commrttee 3 El Cerrantes 3 4 Junror Guard 3 Pep Squad 2 Quarterlx 3 Socral Hour Commrttee 4 Tuc sonran 4 Nrtronal Honor SOCIQIX 4 HUGHES BARBARA Chronrcle 4 Class Cabrnet 4 Dra rnatrc Owls 3 El Cerxantes 2 3 Flag Bearer 2 G A A 2 3 Junior Guard 3 Natronal Honor Socretx 4 Pan Amerrcan Club 2 3 Senror Councrl 4 Socral Hour Com mlttee 3 Tuc Hi 4 Stage Door 4 Thesprans 4 HUIL SLB HURD PHILIP Junror Red Cross 2 3 4 Stamp Club 3 Radro Club '3 IRVINC BFTTY JB4rXNA-CHIOHICIQ 4 G A X 3 Pnp Squad 2 Tallx Hi 2 Tuc Hr 4 IRX INC JOAIN Dance Commrttee 4 Dram rtrc Ouls 3 El Cerxantes 3 4 GA 'X 4 Latrn Forum 2 Pep Squid 4 Thesprans 3 4 Tuc Hr 4 JACOBSEN NEI M-X Senror Cabrnet JAMES CFORCIX Class Cabrnet 4 El Ctrxrntts 4 X 1 T C U7 4 n American Club 4 Pep Squad 4 The Creat Brg Door sep Death Takes a Holrdax 4 Socral Hour Commrttee I Thespians 4 Tuc Hr 3 1Secretarx 43 Tuc sonran 4 JARRATT XNINX BELLE IAYMF XIARTHA Fl Cerxantes '7 L X X 2 3 l JENEFSBY CHARLES Hr 'X 2 3 Intra Xlural Sports 3 4 Latrn Forum 3 Pep Squad 4 Socrrl Hour Com mrttee 4 Track Squad 3 4 '30 Club 3 4 NRINS FLSA Chronrclm 3 4 I:.l Czrxrntts 2 3 -X Z 3 Nrtronal Honor So r x 4 P rn Anrerrcan rb 2 'cr ur ar er s ronr nor Sonrctx 3 1 Spr rn,, Festrx r JFTFR FI OISF rf' Page 37 -W N1 Page 38 was it V . 2 QU! ax ,I .1 JIMENEZ. GILBEIVIK JOHNSON. ANDY-Swing.: Band 3. l. JOHNSON, LILA-Junior Red Cross 2, 3. 4: llhyllis VVheat- ley Girl Reserves 2. 3. -l. JOHNSON. SAMMIIE-Chronicle 2, 3. -1 tlbistrihution Man- ager 41: Dance Committee 2. 3. 4: Deans Committee 4: Dramatic Owls 3, 4: El Cervantes 2. 3, 4: G.A.A. 2. 3. 4: Junior Red Cross 2, 3. 4: Pan-American Club 2. 3, 4: Pep Squad 2, 3. 4: Quarterly 3. 4: Social Hour Commit- tee 4: Tucsonian 2. 3. 4. JONES. FRED B.vHi4Y 2. 3. JONES. JUANITA-Orchestra 2, 3, 4: National Art Honor Society 4: Marching: Squad 2. 3. 4: National Orchestra Honor Society 4. JONES. 1.Ul.A MAIQ-Marclilng Squad 2. JONES. NORMA--Dance Committee 4: Dramatic Owls 3: El Cervantes 4: Pan-American Cluh 4: Pep Squad 4: "Stage Door" 4: Thespians 4: Tuc-Hi 3. 4, JONES, PAT-Girls' "T" Club 4: Graphic Arts Cluh tTreasurer 43: Pan-American Club 4. JONES. BI-ICKYfDramatie Owls 2. Il: El Cervantes 3. 4: G.A.A. 2. 3: Pep Squad 2. 4: "The Great Big Doorstep" 4: Soelal Hour Committee 43 Thesplans 4: Tuc-Hi 3. 4: "Stage Door" 4. JUDSON, ROBERT-Basketball Squad 2. 3. 1: Dance Com- mittee 4: Hi-Y 2. 31 Junior Red Cross 2. 3. 4: Pep Squad 3. 4: Track Squad 3, l. KAITH. IRVING. KAFvIPMlCllrZR. I'AT--Dramatic' Owls Il: l'ep Squad 1: Tuc- EW Hi 3, 4. KAPLAN, EUGENI-I--Hi-Y 2. 3: Intra-Mural Sports 2, ii. KEARNI-IY, KATI-1. KEl,l.OG. DOI10'l'IIY---lil Cerxantes l: flnapliic Arts Club ' .6 4: Pan'Anierican Club l. -, KENNI-IDY. RICHARD-Intra-1V1ural Sports 3. KERLAND. .XLBISRT-Intra-Mural Sports Ii. .-Q x Q KIEFER. PAT-Chronicle 4: El Cervantes 4: G.A.A. 4: Pep Squad 3, 4: Tuc-Hi 3. 4: Tucsonlan 4. KING. HOWARD-Chronicle 4: Class Cabinet 4: Dance Committee 3. 4: Football Squad 2. 3. 4: HI-Y 2. 3: Intra- Mural Sports 2. 3. 4: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Quarterly 4: Social Hour Committee 3. 4. KINNISON. JOHN-Radio Cluh 3. 4. KITCIIENS. BILL-Hi-Y 2. 3: Intra-Mural Sports 3: Jun- ior Red Cross 2. 3. 4: Radio Club 3. 4. KITCHENS. RALPH-Hi-Y 2. 3: Intra-Mural Sports 2. 3. 4: Junior Red Cross 2. 3. 4: Radio Club 3. 4: Chess Club 2. 3. KLAISS. MARVEL-Pep Squad 4: Marching Squad 3. 4. KLAJDA. I-'RANK-Pep Squad I. KLIMEK. LILLIAN-Chronicle 3. 4. KLINE. DOUGLAS-Basketball Squad 2. 3. 4: Chronicle 4: Dance Committee 4: Class Cabinet 4: Hi4Y 2. 3: Junior Guard 3: Letterme-n's Club 3. 4: Senior Council 4: Social Hour Committee 4. KNAGGE. TOM. KNIGHT. O'i-'I-IRRAI.LiBand 2: El Cervantes 2. 3: Pan- Amerlcan Club 2. 3: Pep Squad 3: Club 2. 3. 4 1President U. KNOX. ARTHUR-Band 2. 3. 4: Lyre's Club 4: Band Na! tional Honor Society 2. 3. 4. KOCH. GEORGE. KOPLIN, MYRA-Chronicle 2: Dramatic Owls 2. 3: G.A.A. 2, 3: Pan-American Club 2. 3: Pep Squad 2: Quarterly 4: Tally-I-Ii 2: Tuc-Hi 3. LAND!-IR. PATRICIA-Chronicle 4: Class Cabinet 4: G. A.A. 2. 3. 4: G.S.L. 4: Girls' "T" Club 4: Junior Red Cross 2. 3. 4: National Honor Society 3. 4: Pep Squad 3: Quarterly 3. 4 tEdltorial Board 41: Tucsonian 4: Phyllis VVheatley Girl Reserves 2, 3. 4. LANDRETH. DOROTHY-Dramatic Owls 3: G.A.A. 2, 3. 4: Latin Forum 2. 3: Pep Squad 2. 3: Tally-IIi 2: Tue- Hi 3, 4. LARSI-IN. Bll,l.. LI-JAL, MARY JANl:I---Graplmie Arts Club 2. 3. l: Quarter- ,av ' I P1150 39 igo 4U I.I'jIJI-ISMA. .IAVIHR IC. 1,1-LE. CAROLYIN--El C0l'X'lll'1lt'S 2. fl. l: l't'lu Sllllilll l: Stump Club 2, :ig Chg-55 Club 2, gg, LIQMONS. .IACQUELINI-2. 1- - .. .., .., LLUN. Al.---.lrirm 2. J, lg Bzrlluclvors J. .-. l: III-X .2. .ui l.2Llu1'tvtt0 3. 4: St-nim' Cuunvil li Till" Clulx 2, Ji, l. LEON. MARTIN-I-'mmthzxll Squad 23 Illllil-XILll'fll Sprmrti L2 ' li 13. 4: Junmi' Rotl Cross 12. 3. 1: T1'ut'l4 Sqllllll 53. 1: Spec: Cluh fl. LIGST ER. JOANN, Ll-.lt llluli. tlI.'XIil.I'.3 tht-ss Llulx 11 Mull .,, l, LEYY. JAC'QUl'II-INI-I- t'hi'4mit-I0 2. l: Iirzinizltit' Oxxla JI Lzitin I-'nruni 2: Pain-Anwi'it'un Club 3: l.2LlZll'lUI'lX 1: Tut' simian 3. 4: Nzititmul llunm' Sovivty l. LI-AX. Rl TII JI-.AN--Ll tt-rxunlvs lg f2Ulll'lL'l'lX 1: 'I'ur Hi 4. Ll-AXI5. llLLl'.N. I.IiYY.X. BICIZ'Vll.X. LIEBI-IL. I'.X'I'-'t'h1'unlt'lo fi. l: ll.A.A. 53. l: Junirml' Roc Cross 2. 3. 1: Tut-Ill fl. 13 Nutiunzil Illmm' Srwioty 1, LII-IBFIN. ANNE-G.A,A. 2. R. l: f,l'l'llL'lll'2l 2. il. l: Swing. Band 4: National Music Ilimm' Sm'lvt,' l. LINIDI-INAI1 GRPI'l'CHEN. LINDSAY. VI-INICL-IW Clilnnivle- 2. IZ. l lliclituuiul Buzirtl lu Drunizitit- Owls S41 Junim' Guzirrl Il: Latin Ifuruni 2: Nu tional Hmmm' Snvioty 3, l lS0t'1't'tzii'y ll: O1'c'l1vstl'zi 2, Il lI'l'0sifl0nt lr: Pop Squad 2. 3: "Spring Green" Sl Qt1ul't0l'l5' lg Sfmizxl Hum' Cuninilttcc' l: Tlwspizins fl. l Nzltinnzal Tllusit' Hfrnm' Sfwivty 2. IZA ll. LOGAN. DENICPI- -Junim' Rvfl Cruss 2, Il. lg 14L'llCl'l'll0ll' Club 3. 1: Pep Squad R. li Trzivlt Squad 2. 3, lx 'Till' Club 12. Pl. -l. LtJNl1XR'lCl,l,, llll.Xl'lC. LOVICZ. ,Xl.lL'li, f- I-'I PSS mm Quu LTI X RNOR Blsknlhxll Squxcl 2 I Chlonu 7 3 4 Qlxss L xhlml 2 4 Suphomou Cuuncllmdn Ddnu DIITIIIIU. 3 Poutball Squ Ili 4 I-Il Y 2 Jumox hu 3 Latin I-mum 2 Ldlumen s Club '3 4 IN xtlondl Hamm mletx 2 4 Pep Squxd Quaxleulx 3 SOCIHI Huux Lommlttee 2 4 Tlack iquxd 2 3 4 Assgmblx Commlt I 1 QONII- I IIILIL Dance Lun1m1tlLe 2 I-l IN nus nlm C u ll I N lllon mm 1 1 iqu ul I ' I ml w uni 7 1 3 h.I-IX II'XIRI'1 RX H XI 'N Iumm numllmm D nu cw mullet Ol S HHH l l I S und R II Ll LII illl um 1111 QS0l'1llf'l 'NX 1 LLQIxI'1 IOIINNX I- nlhlll Squ I 2 Cub 1 c ORD NIXRH IP XNNI Lhlonlclc I LL mlm 1 cIHI-'XINPX RXHI' s Jun u c Lmsx 2 un ellx XHINTOSII I I-OXI- x XII II IXINNI-H IU 'XX Du mmmttm 5 lb 4 0 '1 d 7 Q x r Ilum Lomml mc T 4 umm 4 RIAI3.-XRAK. .IOSI-IPI-IINIC -.X 0 " 013 1 A - I1 'z Y A " .'f3'.1..,L.: ' .qu'1rI1.,I.. 3 'viz Q. .1t'I.NK. ' I , "" gp 'Chl I LCP KIDO XIXNLLQO C XIHILRIN1 I nu nm 'NI S x 1 xc I UITII I ,5i,,5'F 1 JAN. Page 41 as Page 42 MARBLE, JOHN. MARMY. CAROLYN--Dance Committee 43 Dramatic Owls 4: El Cervantes 2, 33 French Club 4: G.A.A. 2. 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4: Pep Squad 2: Tuc-Hi 4. MARTIN. CAROLYN-Chronicle 3. 4: Dramatic Owls 3: G.A.A. 2, 35 Dance Committee Junior' Prom: Latin Forum 3 4' Pep Squad 2 3' Tuc H1 4' Tucsonlan 4 MARTINEZ BEATREZ-Qual tellv 4 MASSEEH DOLORES MASH BURN MARY MAYER WILLIE-Pep Squad 2 Tuc Hi 2 MAYI AN RICHARD 'VIAYON CHARLES 'VILLNAN KEITH Band 2 3 Basketball Squad 2 Dance Commlttee 4 Football Squad 2 3 4 Intra Mural Sports 2 4 Junior Red Cross 2 3 Lettermen s Club 3 4 Pep Squad 2 3 Senior Council 4 Social Hour Committee 3 4 Track Squad 3 Stage Door H Y 2 3 MEMBRILA BOB MENDOZA SALLY MI-SSINC CXLVIN MLZA EMMA MIDDLPCXNIP BARBARA French Club 4 Pep Squad 'VIIICH DORIS IL Squld4 MILIS CATHERINE El Cerxantes 3 Parr American Club -1 Pep Squad 4 Tuc H1 4 Marchm Squad 3 MOCK JUNF Dance Committee 4 El Cervantes President 4 CAA 2 3 4 CSL 3 4 PepSquad4 TucH13 3 :Mr MONIER. JOHN. MONTANO, ANGELA. MONTANO. DORA-El Club 3. Cervantes 2. 3. 4: Pan-American MONTANO. IIELEN. MOONEY. JIM-EI Cervantes 2: HI-Y 2, 3: Intra-Mural Sports 3. 4: Junior Red Cross 2. 3, l: Pep Squad 3, 4: Senior Council 4: Social Hour Committee 4. MEJORE. AUDREY MAE-G.A.A. 2. 3: Junior Red Cross MOORE. CAROL--French Club 3, 41 G.A.A. 2. 3, 4 tPresi4 dent 41: G.S.L. 3, 4: Girls' "T" Club 4: Social Hour Committee 4: Tuc-Hi 4: National Honor Society 4. MOORE. DONALD-Baseball Squad 3: Pep Squad 2. 3: Quarterly 2. 3: "30" Club 2. 3. MOROZ. PAUL. MORRIS. BARBARA-El Cervantes 3: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Pep Squad 3, MORROW. BETTY--Chronicle 2. 3. 4: Dance Committee 2. 3: G.A.A. 2: Junior Guard 3: Junior Red Cross 2, 3 1Cabinet1. tVice-President 41: Pep Squad 2. 3: Quarter- ly 2. 3. 4: Social Hour Committee 4: Tucsonian 2. 3, 4 tSubscrlption Staff Manager 41: Class Cabinet 4. MORTON. ELOISE-G.A.A. 2. 3. 4: G.S.L. 2. 3 fPresldent 41: Girls' "T" Club 2. 3, 43 Social Hour Committee 4: Tennis Squad 3. 4: Tuc-H1 4: Drum and Bugle Corp 2. 3: Rodeo Queen 4. MOSS. WILLIAM Rf-Tucsonian l. MULLER. JOYCE-Tally-Iii 2: Tuc-Ili 1. MUNOZ. EIJCAZAR. MURPHY, DONNA-4Allegretlo lg Pop Squad 2, 3. MURRAY. MARY-'EI Cervantes 3: G.A.A. 2. 3: Junior Red Cross 2, 3. 4: Swing Band 4. MYERSON. MARILYN-Chronicle 2: Class Cabinet 4: Dance Committee 3: Dean's Committee 3: Dramatic Owls 2. 3 1Secretary 31: Flag: Bearer 2: Junior Guard 3: Jun- ior Red Cross 2. 3. 4: National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 2. 3, -lp Social Hour Committee 3, 4 tVice-Presi- dent 41: Thesplans 3. 4: Social Life Committee 4: Red Cross Council 3, 4: Chairman 2. 3. 4: El Cervantes 3. 4: Quarterly 2, 3. 4 ililditorlal Board 31. tEditor 41. , 1 'J 7 1 , ' :lv iq ..- . 1 fi? Q? ' T2 ' u If 2 'S Wife Page 43 Page 4 In -14 4? NEHRING. ART-Chronicle 4: Dance Committee 3: Foot- ball Sllluad 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y 2. 3: Intr'a-Mural Sports 3. 4: Letter'men's Club 3. 4: Quarterly 4: Soc-izrl Hour Com- mittee 4: Tucsonlan 4. NELSON. GORDON. NELSON. HELEN-Drum and Bugle Corps 3. L NEVINS STANLEY Dramatrc Owls 2 3 Ifrenth Club 2 Pep Squad 4 Oul Tovsn The Crea! B15 Doorstep 4 Thesplans2 '3 4 brtronrl Honor Socret Stage Door 'NICHOIS BOBBY El Cerxantes 3 R1dloCluh NLNLZ ANITA 'NLNEL -XRTEMISA El Cerxantes 2 'Z Junror Red Cro 4 TucH 2 3 Druma d Bu eCorps2 3 ITT IXCIx Pep Squad S O BRII-N TINI Pep Squad 2 1 OLTNIAN SHIRLEY Allegretto-1 Chronrclt 4 Natronal Honor Socretx 4 Quarterlx 4 Tuc Hr 4 Strmp Club 2 4 ttrcz President 41 O RIILLY BRADY Baseball Squad S 4 Chronrele 2 'S 4 Clrss Cabrnet 3 4 Senror Class Xice Prcsrdent Dance Comrr rttee 'S El Cerxantes 2 3 Hr X '3 Intra 'VIural outs 'R nior G ard 3 unror R d Cro Chrrrmrn 41 Lettermen s Club 3 4 Pan Amerrcan Club 2 3 Pep Squad 2 3 4 Senior Council 4 Socral Hour Commrttee 4 Tucsonran 3 4 lBusrne s Manager 41 Qocral Lrfe Committee 4 Natronal Honor Socretx 4 RIFI LY PAT Chronrcle 3 4 tEdrtnrr'1l Borrd 41 Class C rhrnet 4 Councilman 4 Dame Commrttcc 4 Dramr rc x s 2 'S El Cerxantes 2 '3 Flag. Be1rer2 CAA FSI 3 Junior Cuard 3 Junror Red Cross 2 1Chrrrm1n 41 Pan Amerrcan Cluh 2 'S Pep Squad '3 1 Quarterlw 3 4 Senror Council 4 Tuesonrrn 2 3 4 l Xll lunior Red Cross 2 4Chrlrm1n '51 tC'rs l1 Qtrmp Cluh 3 tSecretarx '31 OXPRDPI-R QIORIX CAA 4 OYXXXI RICHARD Baseball Squad 2 3 -l Chronrcle 4 I-oothrll Squad 2 3 4 H1 Y 2 3 Intra Mural Sport: 2 'K 4 .Iunror Guard 3 Lettermens Club 3 4 Natronal Honor Socretx 4 Quarterlx 4 Socral Hour Commrttee 'Xl INIO lxI"XNFTH PXRISH JXCR PARRI-R P TRICIA bl Cerxantes 4 .Iunror Guard 3 gatronal Hrrnor Soc-retr 4 Pan American Club 2 'Z Pep quid -l 1 36 IQ -of 1""!a will Wwdrk 4:4 as f fx f 1 I NRRIIIIL JOI ,ATTLRSON JIM Foothill Squ rd 3 Hl Y 2 3 'AYNL CLRDONNN Chronitle 4 C XA 2 'S 4 Clrls ub 4 hlc Arts Club 3 Q r erlx Iron ll Honor Socletv 1 ll HAI' MARTHA Allcgrcllo 4 FI Lcrvrnus .Z nrl Ho or Srdctx 'S lv P4 PPI Junror Pu Cross r- RSON Crmnmas ""' RIMMER NAFALIA El Cervantes 2 4 Txlly Hi 2 T CHI 3 4 'I'I'1 DOIN Band 2 Chronicle 2 4 Dance Committee 3 Dramatic Ou ls 'Z El Cerxantes 3 Football Squad 2 4 Hr! 2 3 Intra Mural Sports 3 4 Junior Cross 2 3 4 Latln Forum 2 3 Golf 3 4 Lettermens Club 4 Orche tra 2 Pep Squad 4 Quarterlx 4 Socral Hour Commrttee 4 Tucsonran 3 4 PODOLSKY SUNNY Dramatrc Owls 3 Pep Squad 4 OLK DOROTHY Dr rmatic Owls 3 Strmp Club Secrc- tarx 3 Thespians 4 'L wiv IOR'I ER RAY I-Ii H 3 Intra Mur rl Sports 3 Lettermen Club 'S 4 Pep Squad 2 3 Track Squad 2 3 4 'Md' POWDRILI QUINCH Intl I Mul ll Sports il 4. s 445 PRICE. LYNNL Allegro 'X 4 Allegrelto 2 Brllrdctt1.s2 Ball'rdeers 'i 4 El Cerxantes 4 Quartettc 4 Tue Hi 4 PULIDO CARLOS D El Cervantes .3 4 fVlC6 Pr esldent 4m Hr Y 'Z Intravlural Sports 3 Pep Squxd 3 Chess Club 2 M! PULTL PATTY Chronicle 2 3 1lMan1r.,1ng., Edrtor U Cl'1ss Cabinet 4 Senior Class Secrctarv 4 Dance Com mrttee 2 4 Dean s Commrttee 4 Dr rmatrc Owls 3 ag Bearer 2 CAA 2 GS 2 'Z Junior Cui 3 Junior Red Cross 2 3 4 Latin Forum 2 3 National Honor Socletw 3 4 Pep Squad 2 'K 4 Quarterlv 2 3 4 Senior Council 4 Tucsonran 2 3 4 fEd1tor 4b Socral Lrfe Commrttee 4 Socral Hour Commrttee I Don t Feed the fXnrm'1ls 1 IURCFI L JO unlor er ross 'qs F I R l F 2 'E 1 "' ours Nrxx 'J' cLPSxDx IIOPOLDO P I- otbrll Squrd X Page -La 1 wg.-E 5 4 "ll- v fl Page -16 QUINN, ALICIA. RACKLEY, BILLIE-Dramatic Owls 3: Pep Squad 41 Thesplans 4: "Great Blg Doorstep" 4: Drum and Bugle Corps 2. 3, 4. RADA. ALICE. RAMSEY, BEN. RAY, THURMAN. REED. JO WILLIE. REGELIO, KENNETH. REIDY, JAMES B.-Chronicle 4: El Cervantes 4: Pan- Amerlcan Club 4: Pep Squad 4: Photography Club 4. REX. VICTOR-Football Squad 2: HI-Y 3. -1: Intra-Mural Sports 3. 4: Pep Squad 4: Senlor Councll 4. REYES. FRANCES. REYES. OLGA. REYNAGA. EMMA-G.A.A. 4: Marching Squad 2. 3. 4. REYNAGA, NELLIE. RHIND. BILL. RICHARDSON. NATALEE-El Cervantes 4: Pep Squad 2: Tuc-Hl 4. RIIXIEL. ALICE. RIYERA, MARY. ROADS. DON-Chronicle 4: Class Cabinet 4: Dance Com- mittee 2. 3. 4: El Cervantes 3, 43 Football Squad 2. 3, 4: Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: Intra-Mural Sports 2. 3: Junior Red Cross 2. 3. 4: Latin Forum 2, 3: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Pep Squad 2. 3. 4: Pan-American Club 3. 4: Quarterly 4: Social Hour Committee 3. 4: Tucsonlan 4 tSports Edi- tor 43. 43 be , , . S XJ'-vj , 4 ,ff X 21 EWG 1-55371 age 48 SHEAFFER. JACK-Chronicle Photography Editor 4: Gl'HDhlc Arts Club 2, 3. 4: Quarterly 2: Tucsonlan 3: Photography Club 2, 3. 1 fPresldent U. SH ELLEY. CLARK. SHELTON, MARY. SHOENHAIR. MARTHA-Chronicle 3. 4: Dance Commit- tee 3: Dean's Committee 4: Flag Bearer 2: Junior Guard 3' Junior Red Cross 2. 3 4' Pe S uad 4' l18Il9I'lY 4 . . . p q . Q ' ,' : Social Hour Committee 4: Tucsonlan 3. 4: Senior Cabl- net 4. SHULL. ALICE-Chronicle 4: Dance Committee 3: Class Cabinet 3: El Cervantes 2. 3: Flag Bearer 2: G.A.A. 2. 3. 4: G.S.L. 2. 3. 4: Junior Guard 3: National Honor So- ciety 4: Pep Squad 3. 43 Quarterly 4: Senior Council 4: Social Hour Committee 4: Tucsonian 4. SILVAIN. TERESA. SILVERBERG. HERB, SIMLEY. JIM. SINOSKI, FLORENCE. SITZ. MARIETTA-I-Il Cervantes 3. 4: Thespians 4: "Stage Door" 4. SLATI-ZR. JANET-Tuc-Hi 3. SMITII. BARBARA-Lbrchestra 2. 3: Quarterly 4. SMITH, BOB-Chronicle 4: Dance Committee 3: Hi-Y 3: .Iunlor Red Cross 2, 3. 4: Pep Squad 3, 4. SMITH. GENE-Junior Red Cross 3. 4: Pep Squad 4. SMITH. MARY. SMITH. PAT-Chronicle 2, 3. 4 KEditorial Board 41: El Cervantes 3. 4: G.A.A. 2. 3: Graphic Arts Club 4: Junior Guard 3: National Honor Society 3, 4 lVice-President 4yg Pep Squad 2. 3, 4: Quarterly 3. 4 fEditorial Board -ll: Tally-Hi 2: Tucsonlan 4: Stamp Club STXIITII. VALOREE-Phyllis VVheatley Girl Reserves 2. 3. 1 tprcsidcnt lr. SOFFICRIN. SAMMY. Q U lb gn--, mann. SOTO. CARM EN. SOTO. NORMA. SPEER. MARITA-El Cervantes 4: Pan-American Club 4: Tuc-Hi 4. SPENCER, PEGGY-Chronicle 3, 4: El Cervantes 2, 3. 4: G..-LA. 2. 3: Graphic Arts Club 4: National Honor So- ciety 4: Orchestra 2. 3. 4 lPersonnel Manager 4l: Pan- American Club 2. 3: Pep Squad 4: Quarterly 4 tHead Typistr: Tucsonian 4: Spring Festival 3. 4: Girl Scouts 2. 4 lVice-President 4l: National Orchestra Honor So- cle y. SPRAWLS. SHIRLEY-Chronicle 4: Dance Committee 3: Dramatic Owls 3: Junior Red Cross 2. 3. 4: Pep Squad 4: Quarterly 4: Tue-Hi 4: Thespians 4: "Stage Door" STANLI-SY, PRINA-Chronicle 2. 3, 4 tEdltorlal Board 4l2 Class Cabinet 4: Dance Committee 2. 3, 4: Dramatic Owls 3: I-'lag Bearer 2: G..-LA. 2: G.S.L. 3: Junior Guard 3: Junior Red Cross 2. 3. 4 lCouncll 4l 1Secretary 41: Latin I-'orum 2: National Honor Society 3, 4: Pep Squad 2. 3. 4: "Spring Green" 3: Quarterly 2, 3. 4 flfldltorlal Board 41: Social Hour Committee 4: Councilman-ab Large 4: Thesplans 3. 4: Tucsonian 3. 4: Speech Club l: Assembly Committee 4. STEINHI-IIMER. DAVID-Junior Red Cross 4: National Honor Society 4. STEPHENS. RAY-Chronicle 4: Class Cabinet 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Football Squad 2. 3. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3 1Vice- President 3b1 Intra-Mural Sports 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 2, 3. 4: Lettermen's Club 3. 4 1Secretary-Treasurer 47: Pep Squad 2. 3. 4: Quarterly 4: Social Hour Committee 4: Track Squad 2. 4: Tucsonlan 4: Senior Guard 4. STEXYART. ROSEMARY-G.A.A. 3. 4: Junior Red Cross 2. 3. 4: Pan-American Club 4: Tuc-Hi 3. 4. ST. JOHN, W'AL'l'ER-Baseball Squad 3, 1: Social Hour Committee 4. STONE. ROBERT. STONEHOUSE, G ERALDINE. STOUGHTON. RAYMOND-Thesplans 4. STREETS. BUDDY-Hi-Y 3: Junior Red Cross 2. 3, 4: Pep Squad 3: "30" Club 3: Radio Club 3. 4. STRONG. ARTHUR. S'l'ROL'D, DVVIGHT-Junior Guard 3: Junior Rell Cross 2. 3. 4: "Great Big: Doorstep" 4: "Death Takes A Holiday" 1: Quarterly 4: Thesplans 4: National Art llonor Socl- ety 2. 3. l: Stagecraft 4: National Honor Society 4: "Stage Door" 4. S'I'RL"l'Hl-IRS. BURTON-Band 2: Dramatic Owls 3: Jun- ior Red Cross 2, 3, 4. STL'DEBAIiI-lH. JUDYfDancc Committee -l: ll.A.A. 3. 4: Graphic- Arts Club 4: Junior Red Cross 3, 4: Latin Forum 'S' Tux' Hi l ,,.. , i t 'I ng 1 , 5' ef K 4 li if 5-In T x 4... 1. 1 143 1. ff, if '- Q - an- 4 ,QF -J Pay. 4 3,515 'H - I: I- I "" A ..-, . .,.,., . ,. an 12 W., r . Page 50 . . .. 9 C ' 9 SUTHERLAND. MARY LEE-Dance Committee 3: El geliglalrttis 2. 3: G.A.A. 2. 3: Pan-Ameriean Club 2. 3: SVVITZER. LEE. SYKES. GEORGIANA-Chronicle 2. 4: El Cervantes 2. 3. 4 tSecretary 43: French Club 4: G.A.A. 3: Junior Guard 3: National Honor Society 3. 4: Pan4American Club 2: PPP Squad 21 Quarterly 4: Tally-Hi 2: Tuc'Hi 4. TALBERT. PATTY. TAYLOR. JESSE--Football Squad 2: Hi-Y 2. 3: Junior Rod Cross 2. 3. 4: Pep Squad 4: Intra-Mural Sports l: Track Squad 2. TEEL. .IAM ES. TELLEZ. VIOLA-Marching Squad 2. 3. 4. TEMPLETON. FAYE4Chronic1e 2. 3. 4: Dance Commit- tee 4: El Cervantes 4: Graphic Arts Club 4: National Honor Society 4: Pep Squad 2: Quarterly 4: Social Hour Committee 4: Tue-Hi 3. 4: Art Honor Society 3. l. TERRY. BARBARA-Chronivle 3: G.A.A. 3. 4: Tut'-Hi 4. THOMAS. MELYA GENE. THORNBURG. FAME. THURNTON, ANN. THURMAN. MACK, TOLSON. BRAD-Assembly Committee 4: Baseball Squad 2. 3. 4: Basketball Squad 2. 3. 4: Class Cabinet 2. 3. 4: Dramatic Owls 3. 4: Junior Guard 3: Lettermen's Club 2. 3. 4: National Honor Society 3. 4: Pep Squad 43 "Spring Green" 3: Quarterly 43 Social Hour Committee 3. 4: Thespians 3. 4 tPresident 43: Junior Red Cross 2. 3. 4 fPx-esident 31 tCouncil 4b. 1. TREIBI-IR. .I0ANJG.A.A. 2. 3: Latin Forum 2. 3: lap Squad 2. 3, 4: Tally-Hi 2: Tue-Hi 3. -l. TRI-IJO. CONSljELO'El Cervantes 3. TRI-IIXIBLAY. ALICE-Dramatic Owls 3: French Club 3. 4: .lunior Guard 3: "Great Big Doorstep" 4: Quarterly 3. 4: Tally-Hi 2: Thespians 4: National Honor Society -l. TULLY. EVALYN-National Art Honor Society 4. 45 TYLER. EVELYN-Chronicle 2: Graphic Arts Club 3: Pep Squad 23 Tally-Hi 2 lPresident 21: Art Honor Socie- ty 3, 4: National Honor Society 4. VALDEZ. LUPE-Drum and Bugle Corps 3. 4. VAN PRAAG. JULES-Intra-Mural Sports 4: Junior Red Cross 2. 3, -l: Club 3, 4 fVice-President 43. VARNER, MARY JANE?-"Stage Door" i. VASEY. CHET--Band 2: Baseball Squad 2. 3. 4: Basket- ball Squad 2. 3. 4: Chronicle 3. 4: Class Cabinet 4: Dance Committee 3: Football Squad 4: Hl-Y 2. 3 tPres- idont 3l: Junior Guard 3: Junior Red Cross 2, 3. 4: Lette-rmen's Club 2. 3. 4 tPresldent 41: Pep Squad 4: Quarterly 4: Vlce-President Student Body 4: Social Life Committee -t. VEGA, FRANCES-Chronicle 3. 4: Class Cabinet 2: Junior Guard 3: National Honor Society 4: Social Hour Com- mittee 4. VIAENE. I-IUGENA-Allegro 3, 4: Allegretto 2: Balladet- tes 23 Chronicle 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 2: Pep Squad 2, 3: Quarterly 4: National Honor Society -1. VIELLEDENT, JACQUELINE-Chronicle 2: French Club 2. 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3: Tuc-Hi 2. VILLEGAS. SOCORRO. VVAITE. LEWVIS. WALLIS. JUDY--Junior Red Cross 2. 3. -l: Pan-American Cluh 4: Tuc-Hi 3. 4. VVARD, LAWRENCE. NX'A'l'W'OOD. BOB. WAUGH. JACKvChronlcle 2. 3. 4 tEditorlal Board U: Senior Class President 4: Dance Committee 3. 4: Foote ball Squad 2. 3. 4: Hl-Y 2. 3: Intra-Mural Sports 3: Junior Guard 3: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: National Honor Society 3. 4: Quarterly 4: Senior Council 4: Soclal Hour Committee -1: Tennis Squad 3. 4. WEBB. ROBERT-Band 2. 3: Intra-Mural Sports 2, 3: Jun- ior Guard 3: Junior Red Cross 2. 3. -1: National Honor Society 4: Swing Band 2. 3, 4: Tennis Squad 2, 3: Band National Honor Society 2. 3. 4. NVEBSTER. TOM. WEISSMAN. ALVIN-Baseball Squad 2: Football Squad 2, 3. lg Intra-lliural Sports 4: Lcttcrmcn's Club 4: Stamp Club 3. WHIiA'I'UN, JOllNABalladecrs 3. -it Junior Red Cross Chairman l: National Honor Society 3, 4: Quarterly 4: 'IVV' Club 3. -l. , . it 2' fm ,f .1 if .fd XR K Q, 5 1 jj, vw.. - "' .f - ., . fi f V K . . ,A . 'wg . . A I Eg., uzvu. 5 3 1 I X x f 'slim 'W' Page 51 l O . 'N A ? 1 is ik ai iii , it fx, 4 I ,Q A t fifsg f ., ,D Page a2 NVHITLOCK. MAI-UhXRl'I'T' -llramatit' Owl: fl. lt Frm-n"li Club 3. 4: Pep Squad 2. lg Tally-Ili LZ' 'Fur--Ili 1, XVILKINSON. EYELYN. VVILL1.-XMS, ELIZABETH--.lunior Red Cro s Il. l: Ifttin Forum 3. VVILLIAMS. HOVVARD. XYILSON. CHARLES-Hi-Y 3: Intra'Mural Sport: fl: .lan- ior Guard 3: Lettermen's Club 3. 4: Pep Squad 4: 'l'r'v'k Sfluad 2, 3. 1: Tucsonlan 4: Radio Club 4: National Honor Society 4. XYITTKOPP. BILLY LOU. WOLLARD. DICKfHl-Y 2. 3: Intra-Mural Sport: 12. 3. -iz Junior Guard 3: Quarterly 4: Track Squad 2. VVONG. DOROTHY-AAllegretto 4: Chronicle 3. 4: G.A..X, 2. 3. 4: G.S.L. 4: Junior Red Cross 4: National Honor Society 4: Pan-American Club 2. Quarterly 4: Tally-Ili 2: Tuc-Hi 3. WOOD. MARGARET. G.S.L. 2. 3: Graphic Arts Club 1: Pep Squad 4: "Great Big Doorstep" 4: "Death Takes A Holidayn 4: Thesplans 4. VVORKMAN. TOMfFootball Squad 2: Hi-Y 2. 3: Intra- Mural Sports 3: Pep Squad 3. 4: Quarterly 4: Track Squad 2. XVRIGHT. BILL-Baseball Squad 2. 3. 4: Class Cabinet -l: Hi-Y 2. 3: Intra-Mural Sports 2. 3. 4: Letterme-n's Club 3. 4: Social Hour Committee 4. YBARRA. ALBERT R. YI-IAGI-IR. DICK-Band 2. 3, 1: Lyre's Club 41 Swing.: B und 2. 3. 4: National Band and Orchestra Honor Society 3. 4: Drum Major 4. YOUNG. ALEX. YOUNG. BILLY"tireat Big Doorstep" 4: "Death Takes A Holiday" 4: National Art Honor Society Vice-President 4: Stage Manager 4. ZAYALA. RAMONA-fJunior Red Cross 2: Latin lforum 2: Plays 23 Marching Squad 2, 3. 4. ZELLAR. I-IUNICI-IwCheer Leader 2. 3. 4: Pep Squad Ji. ZIIXIMER. .lOHANNAfTuc-Hi 4. Mtel Dmhy hld mtolmed the tlbmet and couuul of the ellbol 1te plans, 101 the annual Qemox Plom the cllss went to wolk to eflett the d6LOI xtlons lol the dmte on Decembel 14 ln the IJILILIIC lt the lett you see the hOIl0l xble membexs ol the dCL0ll1.lUIl commlttee xdd mg, the fllllklllllr, touches A ma te1p1ecf. ot pelfectlon xxxs 'nccompllshed by Danny fmd h1s httle helpels on the cehtel ol tzttmctloh the band Nldlld NLllIOLllld6"l by balloonb and CclIldV Ntuped ctmee Thls helped to emu out the theme the dm The Mtnt: in .ltmg xt one ot e moxt bedut lullv d CCO1 ated d4lIlCCN ex 61 held hele fi!!-0411 416 '2""" The eagerly axxd1ted mght llIlX6d tt last and here you sec Presldent Jack Waugh and hls gueqt Beth Hollday lead lfla the brand march Behmd them Cue Lee Caxey tormer tudent body plesldent and guest Exrlene Boyd and Fled Salgent Nemor counmlman Vllglllla Dans and Tony Blau fue hurumg wcroes the lloor Pubs ad bp from the lower levels of the sophomore class 1n Sep ternber 1946 came enhght ened and rar1n to go Jun1or MISSQS and M1StGFS the larg est Junlor class ever to swell the ranks of Tucson H1gh Outstandmg and effluent Bob Balley had been chosen the precedlng sprlng to lead th1s dynarn1c class to a year of success and accomphshments under the d1rect1on of Mr Alfred Llttle class advlser Ably asslstlng Bob 1n h1s numerous dutles were well known Douglas Ward as vlce 'K Y BOB BXILEX NIXRY JACIVSONI DOLL VXAPD presldent Mary Jackson as secretauy w1th Ned Hutchinson and Don Bacon s c ua 1lmen W1th these officers prepped on the hows and whxs of preparxng a prom an ass1st1ng com m1ttee was chosen and the class went to work to perfect the plans for the Jun1 1 Prom Back Row Snxlu Bum Dlachman hlson Bone l1ontRou Thompson Holbmmlx Plow Pee Page 5-1 WL Fla 002714- Rl-l XRIN1 'THE lRU'Nl A memorable mght was the annual Junlor Prom held March 15 As a center panel to car rv out the theme Shades of Rhx thm an open book was featured w1th notes rad1at1ng from its center Flgures of blue xellovx red pulple and gl een were sllhouetted on the OthC1 pancls The a1t1dea commlttee Doxothx Gatlm Do lotes GIQDZOXA Frank Page rlelen Axux and Y' reda Peters were 1espons1ble for the plannmg and dlHW1l'1g ol most ot thc dceoratlons used Tha Yl'lLl9lC3l doors were opemd wlde to 1dm1t thc guests of honol the Shllll 15 to thls memo xable dance 'NLINQ XX X If Mfdfffmrffe I J 4,551-fx ,L r- Joyce Abelson Ramon Aecuedo Isabel Addie Roy Albertson Ames Albru 'W Lyle Allen Teresa Almado Jobw Xmas Nhmu Andel 5 Bettv Andel son Faxe Anderson Hem x Andel son .swf IQ 1 Jann Andelson Xxonne Andelson Cdxolwn Angulo G1 ace Applex an ci O Xll AILlHl8g,d Mae Almente New ton Almst1on,, Helen Axel x 'UL 7-f-S Nhus Alice Babbx "Y Don Bacon 3 Bob Ballex QW' 15' Dick Biker l'ldllClb Balldttd Besells Bdlbel Rlchaxd Balnelo 4 Buddx Balnes Larry Burl' Bob Barry Chuck Buss 2h Juanita Butl- Bou-rly Bulbs lizlllic Batislc' Jenn Be-ally Nlorlx- Billmm' Dun Belgln 'NIL11 ,gdxet Bermudx Lux Ita Blngh xm Joann Bud Jim B1nm1m.,h'1m Dmothx Bldnkhuln Pat Blanc Barb 1Bu I Bonn S lm Bm o1.,an Ed Buup.,hton Audi ex Bam Q n Jom B1 idx Nldxthx Blmu Xhlx Lou Blennx ub11xBrld,.es ,aw- XL lu B11 sm Hun nd BIIINITHI F f cc Blum Jlml Blookhclcl ili- Page 58 John Br oolls Ioursc Brooks Bob Broun RuQsel budxurf, Prank BUglJLL Susan Bughec Clxde Buntln 1 rl Bunlon ox Blll Burns Boh Bur ny John Burrell Olga Butler Bob Carthincbs Frank Cajas Vkllmoth Cameron L rrlcne Larlson Bettv Sue Carr Mac Nelle Carson Nancx Carter B L rxtee Xlrud Castro hlda Celaya Anna Chan Tuu 1-om., Chin Tomrns Cronhettr Bum lx Clan lx Char les Clan k Lloyd Cockran ' 2 Jack Collins 5 W .gl Barbara Conover Y ' r""'fg' ' x Q Y ' 4 e Patty Jo Cooke 13, "-M' '05, . -V . 5, .. 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Joe Wilcox an ,rv Earl Wrlson gn 'Wax VS rlsun lim Man Wonb Loren Wood Xudru Wright Donnr Llmmer Nona Woodward Rose Woolsu Dolores Wxsenger Marjorie Yelland Jim Young, Nor ma 7rmmer man Nadrne Zulbauer Charlotte Zx chu lx ' , 1 9 Q f V 1 ' - , .1 51 M 5 - 5 V .' f 'f' . " V 4 1 rv , . Y , , . I . ,J . ar 5 , ., - , . , v 1 A 3 ,ff Au., ,, ' - , i " ' 1 1' . DIC!-x Mmfrasow NMNCY iEA CLAUDE wmaisirn prexy and Nancy Lea was elected as the girl for recording Early in September, upperclassmen wandering nonchalantly through the corridors of T.H.S. were suddenly startled to behold entering their por- tals the "Mighty class of 1949." Like their predecessors, these Sophs were shy and bewildered before their ad- visers and immediate superiors the Juniors and seniors They made the same mistakes of buying elevator tickets rushing up the Down stairs and standing in the wrong lines but they soon settled down into the rou tine of high school life At the annual sophomore election Richard Matteson was chosen presl dent Claude Wheeler took the vice the minutes Jimmy Quick and Dar lene Homar were the class representatives in the Student Council 'lhe Big Day came on March 22 when the Sophomore Hop became the realized ambition of the officers council and committees who had worked so hard to make it a success The theme of the dance was Gateway to Spring These plans could not have been successful without the aid and guidance of Mr Bailey and Miss Anna Hughes class advisers With such good sportsmanship and ability as shown by the rapid progress this class has made these Forty niners are sure to carry on in the best traditions of T H S Pop Row lute Homfu Leu Noithwax Second Row Matteson Dean Adxms Bottom Row McNabb Whttltn Qllltlx Bidgood Wishln ton Wood alma! 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I ' fff X Apoaift nwifif ,fs faamaz I Last 1111 1 guen and com p IIJUXLIX hght eluen gxaeed f 1 11 o I1 to 1ep1es0 5 L 4 1d bo Nlwvts s1x XICUJIIQS and f1xc loses 1111 then seasonb wmk 11st1L1llx the Bad5,c1s amazed one hUI1d1Cd and fittx s1x pomtb to a combmed oppo11e11t5 nmtex elght The sccmung attack xx as led bx all state Let Legs CHIGX xx ho h1t pax d11t tu elxe t1me5 dul Pill 1112 tht season X N 1 X pam N ll U11 'J 'Q 2 '1 1 ' ' - M 2 .. ' V, . ' , v .. 1 llN'f,'id" ' nt TH. '. Th 1 1' FC 0 ' ok h. ,' .' . , ' ,, X Stllf' "2 Y 1 W, L- 1 -X 1 , ' .- WM A ., ' J ' V- ' , r K- -' . . 1 . my f - ' I i A I 4 -Y , V V X X' 1111111311 s1.1x1:1.1Q 11. mf e11g1s1:11'1' 11,11 1:11 1,11 1x1:'1'11111:. 114 111'111z1:x.' 11,x1,1-'1:.x1'11 1:1x1 1, -11 11.x1,1f1:. 111 IK Q l Nllll il x I 11 I NIU x tx I FI' 1 1111x111 1 1 X11 sn udulc f1gf1111st 1 11s st111 Hugh t P.1s11 L 111111 sgoxe 111 111 11.1111 Qc1111Q du1111Q the 111111111 q11f11 e 11 LN P.111 111 Bust11 1 111101111 shut 1 11 1 . I x X 1 S ,Ut 1 11 HL 111111 1 S11 1 N 'T TL 111 1 1 Nl . P 13' 1- 11.'11 s ' s -' 4 "5 ' ' ' 11111111 A '. ac' 11' 11 1 na '11 11111511111 11 ' 211' 11' IL gm 1 v1 S 1 'I --l . - VA- lvl 1 ' ' ' 1 l' I11L ' - " rw . as ' ' ' 1 ya ' ' 5 ' ' sc 1' 115211151 111 11111115 111111 sn 1,' si ping p ayers, and 111'- .' : 1 1' 1. - . The next game on the sehedule was the Bisbee Pumzis whom the Badgers overwhelmed. 33-0. The ball handling was led by Eddie Jacome who scored twice on the Bisbee home field. Lee Carey and sub John Allred also punched over touch- downs. All-State Joe Jacobs blocked a punt which was re- covered by R. E. VVallace to account for the other touch- down. Tucson returned home to overpower the North Phoenix team, 28-6. Again Lee Carey showed his power and speed by pushing over three touch- downs. two ol' which were made in the opening minutes 4 it first quarer Little Eddie Jaeomt also seampexed oxti duiing the first peiiod to make the other touchdown l L Xlihh XPULNID I 'X J 10. iii. 4 kLi f',f?q" MIGJCJL 1-1019.0 45 I vm bil 'fv- aiv had if tl ' . ' ti . ' ' , . . X . . . , . V ,. .' N . .' , . - . , .. 4, ., . , . . , .. - lZ.XlNll4lliS NX 'I'lllI lil-ll-' -INSH O S .x . . A-4 k "-'t. 1' . - .'L,'W . ' '., ' .A t ,. . .U .' , i " -:i..' -' , f,-:-.k - , - , f, O ', Q,-,u "Y A 7 ,, . f A 1 ,hah --. ' up , M 5' , - W ' ' W Y : f'. . g Q , Q 553 g.: .2 -, . V, 1 ug- vm, - , M .,,..w An. by tk, ,x V I , K N: A ,gg A 'I-' -I-, . - , , X ' ' I tj, b L y f'r,:' xy .si Q ...gQ1'.,' .44-' . lg ,Q -, ,, X ', . A, - ' A' -. ' I X X N HHXX XX 'XIXPX N Thc Bid f c SPIN IiCXt CHCOLIH- tcrcd thc fiery Mcsai Jz1ck1'z1b bits in 11 iiilil'-l'2iiSiI1Q cnntcst which Tucsmi won 14-125. Lcc Carey and Eddic Jucmnnc lcd thc attack for Tucson. whilc "Whizzc1"' 'Whitc ca11'1'icd thc honors fm' Mcsu. Tucson wus x'i1'tL1z1lly' hziltccl during thc first quzntci' thcn came back tra defcut 21 hard hitting Qt Nlfnx 's squ 1d 16 ta Once mmm C.11u .1ndJ11uunm s med tm ll Bic c N nighlight ot the gains, uns gilt 88 xaid iunback on 1 kickutf x Dick Hbtnid Hal un ningham plaud 1 bang up N ff mc nc once stop f f111.1 JL inc tic gem Q oi 1 sa K jf! 522: Y WX! X fakledfe XX XLK ll DOWNS Xurna The Badgers met fine opposition when thcx cn countered the speedx Douglas Bulldogs at Douglas Tucson was paced bx Legs Carex who tallied twice but not enough as the Bulldogs lcd bx Gib Dawson won 9514 Carex again converted twice Tucsons everx move was stopped bg the powerful Douglas line This game was later forfeited by Douglas because of ineligible players X XSFX C nd l' 1 'W .zamwaazaepe Tucson staged a finc first hall attack and then coasted in to de feat Phoenix Union 200 Lee Carey again carried the bulk of the ball to tally tu ice for the Red and White on thc Covote field Quai terback Bob Bailev sneaked thc thnd touchdown over after a 51 xard dash bx Ed The Han Ja Colne All oi the Phoenix tries were stopped bx thc Tucson line headed bx AllSt1tc1s Joc Jacob and Rax Stcphens The Badgers tastcd thcn thnd defeat of the se ason it the hands of a fast Glendale club Zl- in th Badger stadium. Tucson was out- done from the first by the Cardi- nals who were led by Harper ai l Aja. The Badgers only touchdown came during the fourth quarter on a pass from Jack Waugh to Jim Hudgcns. On onc of the Glcn- dale touchdowns it lookcd 'ls if Harpcr Walkcd through thc middlc o thc Bad fcr linc. l"l"1- I' . ,.. . WSW ex . . Q 1 c 1 11151 1111211 almost happcmd Tucson met km dQ31ll but thls Mme the Jackrabbns won 1 6 C11 ex .mc VK 11114 1111: agam mp .md tunk tox 1119511 IO c 1c111kcd 11s 11.11 11o IQ 1 14 111111011 11 1 1 1 N110 111c 1111581 cl 1111 Lo11111s1o11 UXNANI : . ' 'I SSKIAX 1 ' 'NNKOOD 11 x Nl 1 'lhanksglvlng dav saw Tuc b to an opponent On son ow ' ' f'r twenty men h s last game o the t 1' .A the Badgers fell before Crimi ht of the Yuma onslaug ' The Criminals nals 13-7. were just too tricky for the Badger eleven. Lee Carey did his usual line Work by romp ing ox ' ' lf touch down Sl lol the on x thcll Those mcn plaxlng last game lor Tucson High were Lee Carev, Rav Steph ens, Ted Fellowes Vernol Lovett R E Wallace Jack Waugh Chet Vasev Bill Evans, Art Nehrlng Howald King Jack Hl' Wood Richard Oxnam Al 'Weissman Keith Meenan Jlm Hudgens Hel man Bingham Fred Sargent Kall Ronstadt Salvatore Amalo Francis Corchlan Jack UVfJd1Cl1 and Don Roads ers cl nd Don Pitt manag NLHRING glldl d XNN Tucson closed thell season with the annual ban quet ln the high school annex Al this time Lee Carey was voted captain of the 1946 Badger team After an address bx Mike Casteel head coach at the Unlxersltv of Arizona the team presented Glld with a portable radio L LB sQUAlD xtll 1 s l l la IN lm X KL 'llollls Tum Be son xx ill on rob l x lms B ooks Bottom DJ mo S ll Ill os lfcllx Nus n Vllll s Illtlll N llc wwf, QC Page UU X 'ev .7 Hem 9' g iflfg mm f -. . f,IIi im? !Q A951 Q43 ' f ' ..., . A I , f 1 .rf 'T' -3- ai yr 7 BUD After Jettmg through a season of 19 v1ctor1es to 2 defeats and trompmg through the southern conference tournament at Douglas the Tucson H1gh basketball squad was turned down by the Douglas Bulldogs 1n the th1rd round of the state tournament at the Un1vers1ty of Arlzona gym 36 39 The Badgers rolled over M1am1 48 32 and Mesa 26 25 1n the first two sect1ons ,dawddall 1111 DXRNXII umm TOHNTQON fmnd ,Ja Page 101 I , . 7 7 ' ' I 9 ' v 7 - - VASEY, Captain, guard SM" . fm'uard 1 If ... '- " K A- H' 'I' TLLQOIN XS D011 I XS ll USUN Lnlil N XRIDS f TLCQON XS N11-SX 41 lx INP guild The Badgels VNGIL led bx guard Jack Howell a trans fer flom West Frankford lll1no1s whose shootmg eye was good for 381 pomts ID 28 games for an average of 136 polnts per game Next honors was forward Roger Johnson who netted 206 polnts 1n 26 games 79 polnts per game Then een ter Ned Darnall who t1pped m 180 pomts 1n 22 contests for a healthv 82 average Be cause of an exe myurx ln the Blsbee game of the confer ence tournament Ned was unaole to plax 1n the state tournament M1 lugh sencs wut Bxad Tolson wlth 161 pflllltb 1n 26 games for a 6 2 axelage But Smlth wlth 132 pomts ln 78 games fox a 47 axelage Chet Vasex wlth 112 pomts 1n 28 games for a clean 4 pomts per game and Grant Howald xuth 96 polnts ln 24 games lor 1 4 polnt axelage laL1lJ W 'H ' J I .. Q' f cl' "1 EDXV, Ul'XVill'fl 7' . . . l. . ,. ' a ' , ., , , Q - . ' 1 . . . Q . ' . 111 1 1 Ol' . 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Durlng the season Tucson scored a pa1r ot w1ns over Clendale 4017 and 4619 Phoenlx Un1on 47 3.3 and 49 33 Amphltheater 48 20 and 8141 Blsbee 5156 and 51 29 Mesa 43 25 1nd 61 42 and Noglles 44 37 and 47 29 Thex racked up S111 flu xxlns over Benson 44 il C1 llldlil 8 t V111 s 7 The Badgus spllt games vuth 'Worth Phoenlx WIHDIDQ 59 31 and losmg 36 38 and Douglas wlnnlng 46 .34 and loslng 31 In the southexn LUl'lfC1Q1'lCC tournament the Badgers set back Marana 50 36 B1sbee 46 20 St Davld 75 25 and Douglas .37 .51 'lucson placed two men on the all confer ence first team Jltk Hovxell and Rogel Johnson and two men on the second team Chet Vasey and B1ad Tolson Howell and Johnson were also placed on the all state second team afte1 the state tourna ment LEON X N1lXN ,thefwhaai ' . , . . 1 . - ' 3 q - - ' Q - - ' Q Q -' - g .- 2 - 1 L T2 V, 'I ' ' . 7 ' ' X 5" S 1 Y. ' ., a L .' -I 7' l 1 X '. 51-1 g S. 1 z 'y'.', 48-L13 Saf- ford, 49-433 and Globe, 62-34. yxq: 4 I C K4 7' 1 '. , ' ' ' -Q 42. , -' 1 ' , - g . , .- ,Q 1 ' ' 4 ,1 1 , v 2 , , . , xc V TLV1' A 's. . 1 .II X XRSITY QQUAD nn H1101 chcttl n T n n fnlu nmn 1 NIR XX Illhl I' Fl NNN! The followmg week the Badgus Lntued thc state tournament at the Un1vers1tx of Ar1zona gvm After downmg M1am1 1n the opener 48 32 wxth Howell settlng 1n 16 counters Tucson shpped bx Mesa 26 25 w1th Captaln Chet Vasey showlng h1s best ab1l1ty The Badgers were put down 1n the S6I'Tl1fll'1alS bv the ever p1esent Douglas Bulldogs 39 36 when agaln Chet Vasev d1splay ed hxs tuckx ball handllng by s1nk1ng 11 pomts Graduatxon w1ll see n1ne lettermen leav1ng Chet Vase-5 Jack Howell Brad Tolson Grant Howard John Edwards Clayburn Hltchcock Ted Klme Vernor Lovett and Bob Judson but Bud Doolen w1ll hate three regulars back next veal Rodger Johnson Ned Darnall and Br1t Smxth L AIMGJJMJ-Qlldvi Cubs Cubs Cubs CubQ Cubs Cubg BLD BXRNPS X1 lnagu AIIZOIII Deal School BGDQOII Reserx Indlah School North Phoemx Colts Amph1 Reeexxeb Nolth Phoemx Colts, LUBS SCORILS 1946 41 Cubs CL1bQ Cubk Cub: CubQ Top Row Man1e1H1tchcock Nlnelx fJII77C'l? Blunt I-endel Jones l3UIOfllxlfl I-mnl mx Nlliox Nlnlnnnn Smlth 'Nlomx IXQITIYTIGIICQ Matteson Carclx Loach Vkhlte l SEASON M01 BUNIIILN M aranm Amphl Re elxe Nogalee Rebelxes 'Vle a Bunmeb AJe,w64 N x V w...-1 uf gr dwix 4 uv K .yank Q.. ,whim 102 HAWK Tucson had to revamp 1tS baseball squad because only two starters rema1ned from last season s champlon shlp club Badger mentor Hank Slagle fielded green team at the begmnlng of the year and s1nce that t1me the squad has undergone changes Captaln Chet Vasey and Roy ROb1SOH were first str1ng holdovers from last year s powerhouse P1tchers Eddle Jacome and Brad Tolson also returned Manny Greenblatt B111 Wr1ght Preston R1ttenhouse and George Arce were also avallable IOISUN lltahu ROBISUN lfllst Base BAILI-.Y Lxtnhu ,QW XASh1 Captain Second Base I ,ddamm Page 107 F , X t Na , at K , f XX B X K Y IA ., . QQN , A f ' . , .1 K EVN! Iuka..-2 . f , , - - . - as fy 5 if ' . a A ' 9 ' ' 1 Y . - ,, 7 7 7 " ' J' 1 1- Y " .. . ., 1 'fi . ,. RITTENHOLSE R1 ht Fleld HLTCHINSON Centel Field C'PLh.INBLAT I' 'l hu d Base Rudy Castro, and J1rn Starkey IOHNSON Qtntu 1- ll ld glegl Bottom Ron Actlon Rittenhouse Janomm Albeltson Castlo Vxsu Lxplun tal ex Up from the Cubs came Jack Hon Ned HUtCh1HSOH, Dlck Baker, Bob Balley Tommy C1ochett1 Roy Albert son, Angel Carranza, Roger Johnson, and Don Bacon Newcomer Llovd Weyenburg from WISCOHSIH also rendered h1s SEFVICCS, along wlth two Junlor hlgh aces, Chet Vasey was elected thls years captam at the annual banquet held at the end of the 1946 season Lneenblatt Wexcnbung, Ballev Wxlght JUS 5 Page 108 Aww X X x Y f :A F ' . 'g ' ' . ' ' 1 L . , Y , l . ., I 3 1 7 - 7 . . , . Top Rowffvlanager O'Rielly. Slagle, Robison. Ciochctti. Tnlsfm. Johnson. Bacon, Jones. lion. CZll'l'llUZil, Baker. Itlanager ci '- '. ' '. 'f X. " . ' '. fa illl' 2. 'j' ". . f - V ' i V , ' 4 ,f f ' 1 1 Q It HON Thu d Base TUCSON ARIZONA RESERVES Lack of h1tt1ng proved to be the Badgers downfall 1n early and m1d season engagements They lost four stra1ght games to Arlzona teams before they finally found thelr battlng eye and humbled the h1ghly touted B1SbG9 Pumas 13 0 Slagle recelved excellent pltchlng from J acome Tolson and sophomore Starkey It was lnconslstent battlng that led the Tucsonans to thelr losses When they were good they were Very very good and when ,, they weren t they lost STARKEY Pltche Hh S OUT SAFE AT FIRST ""'i 'lit' Jwttmq ,Anya me M Tucson started their season with a practice game against the U of A reserves Jacome and Bacon gave up three tal lies Reserve twlrler Lowell Bailey allowed the Slaglemen only one run The team then journeyed to San Diego where they suf fered three consecutlve losses at the hands of the Hilltop pers ALBERTSON Pitcher CIOCHETTI Catcher SAFE XT HOME U--5-1. REACH CHETTER BAKER Left Fleld WEYENBLRG Pllst Base In the first contest the coast squad hammered Starkey and Albertson foi nine runs while the THS lads crossed the plate foi five scores The next game found the Badgers ace moundsman Jacome on the hill The Hilltoppers blasted his pitches for ten runs while the locals were just a step behind with nine fb , W 'lv acfaan Page 110 7 5 The next day the San Diegoeons really "tee-ed off" garnering sum of runs Wh1ch nearly h1t the twenty mark Tucson was able to salvage five counters After the1r dlsastrous road tr1p the Badgermen spent long practlce SGSSIOHS try1ng to lmprove the1r hlttlflg These drllls seemed to help the Tucson squad for the next weekend they walloped the Doug las Bulldogs 10 2 But then the hlttmg drought set m agam They traveled to Yuma for a slngle contest Wh1ch they were able to salvage by the close score of 7 6 Jacome had to put out a Yuma rally m the last 1nn1ng be fore the locals were sure of VIC tory Then followed four defeats be fore Mesa North Phoenlx and tW1C9 to Phoenlx Un1on -Na., O RILLLY lvlanagex Thelr w1n ox er Blsbee brought hope to the Badgers who later dropped the1r first champlonshlp m nlne years Those boys playmg the1r last season of ball for T H S are Eddle Jacome Brad Tolson Roy Roblson Chet Yasey Manny Greenblatt B111 Wr1ght and Preston Rlttenhouse L UB SQUAD :Ru ILN x ll uni l lcv Nlcelv rx IS mms 4.1 JIU u I t I Ron A111 1.1 C llII'll1lYT! 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I QU: I 'mf wwxlvfiffr Q A , m V, . 1 X ' DOC The Tucson Hlgh track squad detendlng thelr 1946 state champlonshlp opened thelr 1947 season Wlth elght lettermen These were Howard Jones and Carlos Hlguera mllers Charles Graves Jumper and mller Bob Hastmgs hurdler Ray Porter and Vernor Lovett sprlnters Vlrgll Stewart vaulter and Doug Ward quarter m11er The team was strengthened by the efforts of W1111e Brown T1ny Gaston Wayne Corder Jerry Budwlg Bob Watwood Ezra Baumer Alan Peterson John Glmbel Clayburn H1tchcock and Frank Bugbee TINY GASTON 'XX 1IlIF BRONX X JACK HOWLLL PRXDQI BLM BFE, ,champ Page 11.3 Tucson was again weak in the field events, but with the help of Charlie Graves, Bob Judson, jump- ers, Don Smith, Bob Bell, and Charles McKissick, shot and dis- cus, Jack Howell, Virgil Stewart, and Bob Mardon, pole vaultersg they gave every team a run for their money. The Badgers opened their season on the U of A Held against the Cardinals of Glendale. The THS thinclads rolled up only six firsts but counted heavily in seconds and thirds to win by a convincing 69 113 to 43 2X3 over the Cards The following week Doc re turned with sparkle in his eyes from a practice meet with the Universitx No scores were kept but the Badgers counted heavily in first and seconds The high lights of the afternoon were a mile run by Jones in 4 45 and a hundred yard dash by Brown in 101 HOV! ARD ION ILS Wea. Pxg,,e 111 A .,.v.. 'i""i , vim S 5' ..fXr,.. We A,- ,,A, -S ' LI 'XYBURIN HITCHCOCK . 1 ff-mf, 'X f' f X ,--it wr X ? wail Q- A 2 av MWF' i J 5 sf i qi ..., . Q 'r W' .t ,ff 4 1 ,r .Q . Vi A ,sel- W XX NE. COPDI- R BOB HASFINGS BOB BELL i' I ,macfef v - . . J. w , Y . 1 3 1' QQ' Q v- Q V , Q , 'C " 1 .C X - ,sf A, t 1 J I' i- 1 -, . A - T ' l if - if C1 I C if .,,. , simifwg' ' 1 V gr , ,,,,,, ,Q Q W. . ' . 'fm if, j ,, " ws'-i, G B M' f , 'Q f j:, A if E V Y ur ,,., . .,,..,,. W C 1' v A57 91 4 - '- -fu s ' t if f V., .i, Xl. i. 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Jr , , ' x3"J Qi JP-'rf .fbi v'A RSITY SQUAD l' p C rrrlyrn B Lee Hass Denny Brown Mrralglo Moore Bell Min ur Budnlg Wrrd Blnghxm Xlardon Stexenson Brr MeClendon Center Doolen Wilson Harrington Flannerx Baumer Jones Crrnrringhrm Nlorrles Stoll Hrll Smith Hrstrm.,s NIcKrss1rk McCord Stewrrt Gibson Logan Van Horne Bottom Bu hee lloxxcll COICILI Sargent Judson Hrtrhrotk Loxett Porter Craxes Peterson Dennrs I-Irguera George Wutwood Arana Stephens The Badger Cubs opened the1r season here rn the Tucson relays, competrng agarnst Nogales, Casa Grande, and Amphr theater The Cubs won SIX of the ten Hrsts, but lost to Nogales 34 to 37 They then went on to defeat the Phoenrx B team, and Arnphrtheater and Nogales rn dual meets The stand outs on the cubs Were T1ny Gaston Dave Ewrng, Jrm Turprn, and George Stewart who all advanced to the Varsrty later rn the season Stewart runnrng the half mlle, was not defeated durlng the season rn any meet Others showrng therr skrll for the Cubs were Lee DHVIS, Don Ahee, Drck Matteson and Ed Burns CUB SQLAD 1 lllllhlll Urxrs Ioms Nloonu Llrrk lions Nlrrsh Weldon Shurnrktr Vllnston 'llhumr Bron Mrttcson Krston Rrncon Iuos Poster Xhee Ross Ixellx Joanou FXVIIIH 'Stew rrt Turntr Bottom 4 rm sl fvwitly I or s ry zzmzaa Pa se 117 annual as susan murine ns Quin HN QUIK nassaui 53553: I' :null SESS an fl ggwnvqhivi lilllldif 2 4, '1flll5 S' llllll'-'wsu' lflllflli F Blllllllili' lll gggsg ggggznnlum ,llll' Tu ""' FRED BOICE North Phoenlx sal vaged the most from the Badgers for the season but lost, 5 2 Tucson concluded thexr regular season on Aprll 26 by trounclng the Jackrab b1ts at Mesa, w1nn1ng all the matches BOB ROFDIGE STAY GREENBERG W1th all elght members of the tenn1s squad compet1ng 1n matches th1s year the team went through an undefeated season Startlng by be-atlng the Mustangs 61 on the North Phoemx courts the squad pro ceeded to reglster v1ctor1es over St Marys '70 Phoenlx Umon 61 and Mesa 8 1 all on the local courts The return matches saw St Marys falhng 80 and Phoenxx Un1on bow1ng 7 0 SSM LINDAMOOD J XCIx WALK H NOPNIA N IETERSON I Page 118 WJ RLD The team conslsted of senlors Stan Green berg and Jack Waugh junlors Sam Llnda mood Norman Peterson Bob Roed1ger and Fred BOICS and so homores Jlmm P y Dye and Bob Borodk1n The only members to hold down permanent posltlons were Dye and L1ndamood 1n the first two posts re spect1ve1y Early ID March the duo of Dye and Llnda mood took the Ar1zona closed doubles crown The team also partc1pated 1n the Ar1zona open tournament 1n Aprxl Fxom left to rlght Cleenberg Waugh Llndamood JIMMY DYE Petexson B nodkm Bone D L Page 119 BOB HASTINGS Page 120 Led by Jack Cralg Don P1tt B111 Golberg and Jerry Purdy and coached by James Black Wlth the ass1stance of Alfred L1ttle the Tucson H1gh golf team rounded out 1n fine shape th1s year aft r a lay off because of the lack of transportat1on durlng the vxar years Others seelng actlon on the squad were Bob fI8.St1Y1gS R1chard Bllby Don McKenna Brlt Smlth Chuck Letcher and Dlck Matteson In the first match at Randolph aga1nst Phoe nlx Un1on the Badgers could only snag a t1e three to one vlctory at the Encanto course The Badgers then spht wlth North Phoenlx the first match golng to Tucson five to three and the second gomg to the Mustangs three to two BILL GOLBLRG JLRRX ILRDH DON IITT ,U WWW . Y ' 7 ' ' 7 ' v , 7 ' , . . 9 - y U . . I . , . . 3 a . , , . . . 7 . , but in a return match Tucson chalked up a d ' Y Y D X 5 NIP BLAL1x Tucson entered Cra1g P1tt BOICG, and Golberg 1n the Tucson 1nv1tat1ona1 meet Fred Bo1ce, after belng beaten by P1tt IH the first round, Won the conso1at1on Wlth graduatlon three senlors W111 be lost Jack . Cra1g, Don Pltt, and Chuck Letchex, but return 'ni mg next year W111 be Bob Hastmgs B111 Golberg, Jerrv Purdy Rmhard B11by Don McKenna, and D1ck Matteson Buck Ron IlFlflll'l'lUUd Nlcclalu Owens Hastlngs 'Nldxennx Bute Andclsm P111 C I JACK CRAIL Jx ol Ju Plont Ron Smith Lctuhtl Pitt Clalg I P lar. 121 1 1 11551 W i x 1 . L. T' A x . . . 3 5 3 - If . . . . . . Q 3, . . . ' if if . . f 1 V ' Y .I . .1 7 3 5" D'-L z . '11 "J, A " 1. . J' 3 -'gi " 'f ' . K' U, .. , lu, ' PIBL 17 if Q 21" "If-alhv Z g'M""'-11' awww! 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I xi" yd lu' 3 g 2 'S ' ra rj I . 1 K , 4' , ,- ' 4 1 l Wlth fire works as thev pol1shed off the h1ghly rated Phoemx Un1on Coy otes 121 The Badgers battled five pltchers for ten h1tS The game ended Wlth a thr1111ng double play on a grounder to Vasey Jacome was the wlnnmg p1tcher The next mght the Badgers played Mesa 1n the finals Mesa 1mmed1ate ly opened the game by rappmg Tolson for four runs 1n the first two lnmngs Jacome took over and kept the Jack rabblts scoreless for five 1nn1ngs Meanwhlle Tucson was able to sal vage four runs Mesa proceeded to tallx one run 1n the e1ghth but the Badgers tled up the game aga1n 1n the last half of the nmth Charhe Stephens then stepped up to the plate and socked a double and gamed home on an error Mesa won 6 5 ffzewefil In tenms Tucson bxeued through to tnlumph IH both the boys and the gnls doub'es Man I'IlI1C5 and Sera fina Grace won the g1rls doubles champ1onsh1p and Sam Lmdamood and Jlm Dye won the boys doubles ehamplonshlp Elo1se Morton and Stan Greenberg both won the conso latlon champxonshlp 1n the s1ngles The Badgers took second 1n the first annual golf tournament to be held as a part of Un1vers1ty Week Cl1f"f Carter of Phoemx Un1on shot low Wlth a 154 but the Coyotes took a thlrd place wlth 696 strokes Don Green took second w1th a 159 as the North Phoen1x team won a 658 Jack Cralg had a 166 for thlrd as Tucson won second place w1th 681 strokes FLCSONI SCORILS A RUN aww, 1, From left to right Jordon Hooker Hmes Holbrook Grace Morton MARY HINES FLIYABLTH JORDON Page 124 della WS W-M, aff' 5.1495 ,AWN uf' ww WM ,ww J ELOISF MORTON Tucson H1ghs gnls tenms team has h d 1 successful season of tenms desp1te the fact that there were no eXper1enced players from last year team The only loss xx as to North Pho mx Hlgh School and th1s was won back at thelr return match The team was coached by MISS Kathryn Young and Mrs Mary Lue Gove Elo1se Morton fbetter known as Wese or Mort J started and also iimshed the season as number one player Number two pos1t1on has been held most often th1S year by Mary Loulse HIDGS a senlor Num ber three and number four pos1t1on honors were shared by Ellzabeth Jordan and Ann Hooker both Jumors Seraflna Grace held number five place and number s1x was held by Jeanette Gr1dley The scores for the games the team played ran as follows Mesa fherel 7 0 Ctherej 7 0 North Phoemx fherej 6 1 ftherej 2 5 Phoenvc Un1on fhereb 6 1 ftherej 4 3 XNNT HOOKER ET IZABETH HOLBROOK SERAFINA GRACF Page 125 E. fn ' 4N,..f.- , in k . -1 M-' 1 ' ' fi' V 'J 1,532 ,n as .. 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J l BECKY JONLS and BARBARA HUC H135 The two classes combmed thelr talents f or the bu, program of the year Letter to the World lnterpretwe dances of both ballet and modern types were glven The dancers also pe1 formed for the L1ons Club Nh n the SCDIOV g1rls presented the1r XXNI Ll M LAI LISTPR themselves thoroughly th1s year even though they wore them selves out durlng rehearsals The first pro1ect of the year was the Chr1stmas program In c1dentally there were two clas ses th1s year one under the d1 rectlon of Mlss Janet McTav1sh and the other tau ht b g y MISS V1Fg1H1a Roblnson The classes worked on separate dances and together w1th the vocal muslc department presented thIS pro gram 1n an assembly and for the Rotary Club fashlon show the Juniors could not be sllghted They dressed up 1n thelr Sunday best and danced as part of the entertalnment May 8 an lnformal StUd1O Evenlng was glven 1n the cafeterla to sh h ow t elr famllles what they had learned DOLORLS 'VI XRQULS Dancmg devotees e n 3 o y e d x Newm- IN XTALIIL RICHARDSON The g1rls worked on all llnds of dan throughout the year The ma Jorlty of the dances were omg h 1ann1ng ces and styles 1 and schemmg before they 1 were presented for approva 1nly Th dancers worked ma e to do the sort of danclng d wh1ch the1r audlences Woul enjoy H Ru. N 'Klee Nm kill Cwmuon Mock Back Row 'VIa1cAll1stel T1lr1xg,c Rlchud on Blower Row Mams Te mplelon L ONLIIIC h Hughes Qeumd Row Ross Fxont Row B xhhx Cl ll lx Bughe L 1 X IN .uquu Luxu .-v J Jonns Third I I :qc 127 0 of he ! I ! 1 , - P A - - ,.. . ffm ,D 1 A ' b A ' j , gr MN I , . , . fi 6 . vi W H Q , , K Q ,iff k ', : be of A, M XMWW ls ' . Us E' . 1 i . , N 'nal and took rnuc p ' m U '---A' '. '. 2 .zfx 4 ' Y-1 " - '-- ' Ks, - , ' 5 Y C2 . ' '-Malrmy, Iiozlrn, L ' . l3I'I'I"I'Y JO L'AS'I'l'I ,AN L1-fl l "ht-nlills. . 1 nun. Curzlclun. Thmius, J xo M' ' xx ' 'L . " . ' . 1 , 4 K, X A gn k 3 ' x . , 'Y e 5 L U f Some of the other various sports offered were basketball, ten- nis, hand ball, and ar- chery. Dancing classes in the girls' mirror room were under the direc- tion of John Barringer and Miss Janet Mc- Tawish. X! X - x fi G.A.A. sponsored a swimming class after school hours that taught the girls the fundamental strokes of swimming. Also a life saving course was offered to those interested. These sessions were held at the Y.W.C.A. pool, and were coached by Miss Lois Dusenberry. This merited one point toward earning a nT 79 SX el lx die 4 Page 128 5 The D1um and Bugle Colps together Wlth the Glrls Marchmg Squad stepped off an other successful xear Lnder the general management of MISS Kathryn Young the guls performed 1n both the Armlstlce and Rode: parades The corps was lnstructed by Johnny Barrlnger whlle the tw1rlers were taught lox M1ss Lo1s Dusenberrx Manx hours ol px ac tlce were spent pre par1ngrout1nes for betvx een the h a lf en tertalnment he football games S take off your hat to those g1rls dressed 1n the snappx red and Wh 1te un1fo1ms the Gnls D1um and Bu gle Corps 9 7 Pago ia K 'Ns-E 49 x iff 'il ,f , 4 Wl '.c '.- 9 ... I 1743 AA 1 I 3 Z W A 0 my W x . A ......-----'uf ,,......------,....- Q5 vie 'H-fam ,pi lVlolly Alloc' Thomas Arana Nancy Avis Joe l:3iill"l'l Mu rga role Baker A X .15 ..,,q ." px 4A hw X or-4-is .Rf A rw Boi t y Ba yne Mzxry Lou Briscoe Lorraine Cuffrey Charles Carson Lee Ca rcy Belly .Io Casin-lan Paul Chin Lora Gone Clawson Alice Condit Richard Cooney Q Q Q' , W W -4-ia S - N fm '..:,,f. 5. I ,,,. I . ! . The Tucson Senior High School division of the National Honor Soci- ety, Chapter 70, under the sponsorship of Miss Laura Gale, completed many services throughout the year for the benefit of the high school. In September the membership con- sisted of twenty-seven students. Un- der their guidance, an information bureau was organized in the high school lobby for the purpose of orien- tating the new students in school. They showed new pupils where to register and directed them to their classes. Gilhvrm Estelle Cfilhcrine Cosullch Don Edwards Shirley Joan John Dawson Doughty Edwards Roman Beth Dorotliy Dc Sanclis DuBois Ellis Jerry Ruth Elaine Dctwllcr liaglesticld I-'Iyer 10' 'U E Q, ax 5 ll ,An Q we as , ' zr, 'Ei gf we-fi asf Q .L ...,r: A. ,J , A. .,, , .M R S Q Page 132 t au W- li During the school year several girls in the National Honor Society volunteered to assist the school nurse, Mrs. Strand, in preparing reports. VVhen open house was held for par- ents of the students, the members of the National Honor Society were chosen to act as special guides for this program. In December and April thirty- eight new initiates were chosen. All the preparations for the initiation and for the writing of the society's pledge were carried out by the old members. .lurly fll'2lIl0llL' Grunt "l'i0rlm' ' 'ic llI7NV'll'Cl lk 'll'f.I'll'l L Rm' l"'1nnon llwnst n llutrlu 'l' gl-H :hu Fonmlmx llughes Stinky Bt th Elsa Greenberg., Ho l'lCl'lj' Jenkins Douglas Kline Pat Lander J acquelinc Levy Pat Liebel Venice Lindsay Vernm' Lovett Somei Low Hulden Lowry Mary Jean McCord Carol Moore VA Sw S in si ft Mzirily Myerson Stanley Nevins Shirley Oltmun Brady O' Rlel ly Put O' Rlelly W 3 ,. Z " AN If 'Waist I 'Q i . ,,, I A ...... 1 it Page 133 In the spring of the year seventeen more students were initiated into the society bring- ing the total membership to eighty-two. The officers for the year were Grant Howard, presi- dentg Pat Smith, vice-presidentg and Venice Lindsay, secretary-treasurer. Richard Roy Guerdon Uxnam Rohlson Sines Pat Sylvia Pat Parker Robles Smith Lierclonna Karl Peggy Payne Ronstadt Spencer Martha Fred Prina Pearce Sargent Stanley Patty Alice David Pultz Shull Sleinhelmer The National Honor Society was first organ- ized in the United States in 1920 and the Tucson Senior High School chapter became a part of the national organization in 1923. It is under the auspices of the National Association of Sec- ondary School Principals. Dwight Stroud Georgianna Sykes Fay Templeton Brad Tolson Alice Tremblay Q L l -I i ii' ij' If 6 'Y 77" .N 3 'S f will Xb' 'T up 'QNX ' -My .38 W' A if A if ., we X P if K W "fi if it 4? H rr,., l 4 tx- 'fl-1 1, 'gs-is ' Page 134 SW7"N-. r Agni Evelyn Tyler Frances Vega Eugena Viaene .lack Waugh 3'-it . 325 17 Q 'hr' M is Robert Webb .loh n Wheaton Charles VVilson Dorothy XVong 1 F .1 ,,., if? 4 - ul-X 1X II 1111114 mum 1 1 U 1 fx M , , sl fx rx nu ' x N KI I L, 1 ll If X1 UIXXUUC llnnul to X 'X H118 nn 1 X ll pdl!-Gift The Pan An1e11cf1n Club undel the dnee sucussiul X011 Its, DLIIIDOSC lb to pmmote 111cndlx 1LlQ1t1f1nQ wlth Iatln AIUCIIQLI bx 111 LILJSINQ our knmmedge ot 115 pemple and Lustoms J1m FLb1enbaLke1 was p1es1dent Ccnmen Bmgaro mu plcbldcnt and Su 1.111nQ G11lLS1J1C SCCILHIIX t1easu1e1 Pan lXme11eQ1n Echoes .1 m1n1eog1.1p11Qd booklet teatuung Latin Amerman 111g was dnccted bx the ed1tc111a1 bocnd Soeouo Agunre Jdqul I'IdX1'HO1C Ruben GUCTIQIO Dlck Hg1HII1h Cedx lVI31Sh,8f1d Pau1N1ewo1d 1 I" Ii rx' If-ll ' wuws. Rf 1 ' r, Ni 1 ' ld. I-'eh1'e11hzu'her. M: ck, Sta 1 111 Inn .'. .XV 1 1 A11 .Im Fung, 'I'1'zu'y, I hillipsg 1:1 Kun'-V-An A X Hal all, ,la sh. - -' 1. , , ' . , .- tion of Herb BLIITOXVS completed its seventh L. . , ,SU ' . ll ,h . 1 L. ' . . X ' U , , . , . ' - -' J ' 4' .. V ' - . . ,. .' 1 . v' ' ' 1 V 1 , . . ' X u i ,. ,. . . .' . , . X . . . -' . x- N , -' , - . - , , X ' JL. ' , iv , - , . . V- W , . . .l .l ' -' .V ' - A ' 1 ' ' y H K1 ' 1? . 1 x x A 1' - 1 f- - - A 1 1 I I I ,v 1 V X 1 1 9 ' ' I . 'V' ' h X . Bull Ron D11 N 1 1 1 ll umm ms Imnsun nm lrjbll x XlLl'Xll'lTltN OR1ellx 4th Ron I1mes Nlmfm 11 11um1n mx 1 mlu Shmnhm llflll nr R011 Brucoc Huelti Connex uwlcx st xx 1 mx S u Headlng the llbt oi bL1X1CL o1gan1Lat1onb our behool 15 the GlFlS SOCl3l Hour Cornm1t tee who vx1th the a1d of thelr adv1ser, MISS Calanthe B1a7elton haxe eFfie1ently handled the dmceb after football and basketball :james Then dut1e, eonsmted of selllng and takmsg uelxets at the door and operatmg the cloak 1oom The large crowds reached an 1ll t11'Il9 h1gh of thuteen hundred students at one dance and managed to keep the th1rty mx club membem busx Officers ot the comnnttee 1neluded V11 2g1n1a Dams pres1dent Mar1lyn Mverson, x1ee p1es1dent and Jeanette Grldlev, secre tarx P1g:,e 156 7 9 5 J' I- ,4 y N A xx 5 4 mr' W u 'ffl' 'L I 2 " '-- 1 is. lNlXl'l.'Ul'l. Grifllvy. M4 1'1'r xv. P liz, NI 'X Hi 1.1 .fl 5 . BL' '. f Lthlj. . ' " ' 'H ji .2 . 'I . R dig. l""'l 1 : fird R ' C1 ffrey, SI: 1'. .' ' Ana "I: 2 1 A-- '. 'z. 1 ' R I '52 l.' Ru -'He llilfllljf fl1lSll'lilfl. l. . Sh ll. 0 f 0 yt ,.' '. '.,1,'., V, ',.' .in 1 .4 . , . . - K . 1 1 . I - 1 p - I Y 1 1 . , L f x ' F ' ' c ' 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 1. Q - A , .. . :A L Y ' ' . ' -04' 'If ' ' Q t" . Q 1 h V lr. . Y. . . . Who are the boys vvlth the cooperat1on of the G1rls Soclal Hour, who were respons1blc for the success of the dances held after the football and basketball games? They were members of the Boys Soc1al Hour Under the gtudance of T D Romero they effictently performed thelr dut1es of tlcket taklng and selhng cokes and ICG cream More than ever before, these boys deserve a vote of thanks for a Job Well done The students placed Roy ROb1SOH, Bud VlcCord, and Stan Greenburg 1n the prest dent, VICE presldent, and secretary treasur er s offices respettlvely y.. ,,.-M S .Xxx Buck Row VX OISSITIII1 Jtmfskx Kline Huuald Saxgcnt Loxett Oxnxm Qnxdu Blut Thlud Row McRae I'llY'lW00fl Matte son Houston Pitt Waugh Futon kung Cella Bolcc Clhbs Roads Nlxeuold Second Ron tleenhlxtt Fellowts Holhlook tubschel 'vlmnex L. tum St J hn Tolson 'vleenm Wright Bulex VX 1 l lfnst R xx XX xlkex O Rmellx Bum Cleenhct VIcCmd Rohlson N0hllHf,, Stephens Hutchinson Xftsu Exans I Page 1.37 'ns 111 nxclll N l 141 n uxx Q flcx 1 1 uxx IHLN 'X ll 1lxt1 f ml l-1n1l11cs h 1 IIC 'mx x Q esm 111110 c ll 1111 IIXI 1. 171111 1 -M xx H , ' , l'0mlz1ll. Le -. Rf lj. Tl'Lll'I I-"fIl R '-I'1'im'n-. Nl: . Ip N n Smllh 811111141 4 xxx xmmm Soto Sub 1 lf'11dillz1. I-'nurth Roxx-Richz11'clSc1n. Welles, James. 'I'en1pleln11 --Sjk 's. Gill II ' 1. A 2 l .B -ll. ST.. H 1 'lz1. "'n '. gh Surmcl mx 11 wx x ' 1'in1n1e1'. Nlontano, Hmlghi. Geyer. x1lll'l'i5, Brvtlum RIPXX'-'-xvll ' sc ll x ,un xx ins un Luxxy Luherx Yslus. Benson. Plume-1'. ',.,, X. '., A IL' ' ' ' 1 V1 1 x x - 1 - , 1 x 1 ' v A - Lf ' 1 A' YV . . ' V . . , 1 ' xx ' , ' H - . ' . J - ' ' v' ,- 4 -' 1 - ' v n H v- 4 1 .- 7 V V l V . ,' - . A5 ', Y , . -Y . - , -- . 1 ' ' , 1 Y Y xi .. , . ' ' L . Y k 1 1 - - 1 ' V' - 1 f ue A v - , P1 Luxdnteb lust c11gd111Lecl 111 197-l has db 1tS purpose to better acqudmt lts members w1tl1 the customs of our I'1G1ghbO1b to the NOl,1'El'l Thm xear because of 1nL1e:1bed L111ollmp11t rhue xxere tvxo aCt1xe groups 111 the club OfTlCCl1b ot the first sectlen mcluded Lo11t Huexta presldent Canoe D132 Puhdo x1ce p1e51Qent Jack1e Ba1celo se retarx ueasux e1, and Beth Holladax SOC131Ch3111'l'l31'l Headmg the second group xx ele plesldent June Mock XICQ p1es1dent Pax Templeton beuetarx tI'G3bLlIC14 C1efJrg1an1 Sx kgs and wclal Chalrman 7VI1ldred Gunbx El Cerxcm tes Set a new re-cmd for membe1sh1p Vkltll 1110162 than 100 students tak ng ,111 '1ft1xe part ,gnocfaull JRun C N 11 ff Ilslx Brooks ClhblI'I1.,S H1m'n4md Thlld Ron Home Qholton Zxchlnk Rcmhalt Nouns D n Petals N.1lzsr'us1 Cohen Pllst Ron QISQOHQ Houutz xxnds 110 Q1 Www L1 LIQLIC I4101hL111sL known to thosn not 111 the complohcz x ous as T H S Flnnch Club IS one of thc most actlxe OI'g3I'11Zdt1OI'1b ll' ou1 school Its pulposu lb to stlmulato an 1pp1LL1.1t1on of FICDCIT and to plomoto 1 Lfliditl mtnlest 111 111 thmgs of Z1 Frehgh Nd tum Wlth thy cud oi lts Lc1p1blc adxlsel M158 I4lo1u1u Blazeltoh thc Club combmed use iul XVOIL. xxlth pwasuxo hx sendmg fixe food packages thlough CARE to a needx fam1lx m P mme Ofhcexs XVGIQ C'1IhGl1I1L Edwards plcsl dent Iaux Horvwtz X1CCpI'CS1dCI'11 and Woslox Hauex seuetau 'Pol - 1:10. 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I-'ibm JUNIOR gfsaave 990 NWI Q Q l S CRO5 aeclwou HN NIU The Jumor Red Cross, COUHL11 1S largelx responslble for the success of Tucsons JRC chapter Pres1dcnt Br1t Sm1th was general manager of the Peace Svmposlum XICQ pres 1dcnt Bettv Morrow superx 1S8d the overseas glf box Pr1na Stanlex secretarx had charge of the m1nutes and Bob Ballex was ueasurer Cha1rman of the speaker s bu1eau xx as Brad Tolson VVI'1111xn Mx elson accounted iox the brallle booke menu cox ers and fore1gn colreepond cnce xxhlle Beeno H111 managed the Com stock project Ann Gassert the Chr1stmas tree and Arm1staee Parade arrangements M111a na Drachman the membcrshlp drlve and Sam L1ndamood the finances llX X Y' ,acfafue it 1cl1 R1111 F ins 1111111 1 1111 L1lI'l D1 14 hmm Llson Sml 'X 01111 11 Q1 111 H 1111 F th N son oui R011 C 1 cxton f1111s11n S11111t Imkhnt Pusllr itioud 11011111 P1119 'N11111111111 C1L11ch11elc1 Th11d R011 1Xe1sm'1n lf F1 111111111 11 1 X H on 1111 11fl H11m111e Rm 101 lea I-munds Hessolhm Second Ro11 Ronstadt Vkuen L 111s 1 mm nquu 1 1 1 1X 1 iss F ISI R011 D e Is e N u11a1 1 N 11111 1111111111 0111411 11111401 Zicutu R 1mh1ud Rog.e1s J 1m s aecfmau ,QMZAEICGJMZ Us ln Octobel se1ent1' five JUHIOI Red Cross chairmen were chosen to represent each third period class and under the sponsorship of Miss Calanthe Brazelton successfullx com pleted man1 projects Their act111t1es included packing gift boxcs sent to po1ert1 stricken children in Europe donating hftcen braille books printed in Spa- nish to thc Arizona State School for the Deaf and Blind. and holding a Peace Sym- posium in an effort to concentrate on the high school students role in world peace. The ofticcrs were Brit Smith president' Bett1 Morrow 1ice-president' Prina Stan- ley secretary' Bob Bailey. treasurer' and Brad Tolson past president. Page 141 News llll Rim SI Ill Xl Q 11 xx ml no lou Sc rm Ron Du anis nm Llnxson n m Hmku B sam f- 1 Iirrffn X nsxll Jxmes Pete: Jones I'xg,lel1er yup' .L " The honor orgamzatlon oi the dramat1cs department, the N3t1OHa1 Thesplans was first orgamzed m Tucson Hxgh School 1h 1940 by M1ss L1111an Cavett former dramat1c arts mstructor of T H S Standard requlremehts for membershlp are based on pomts wh1ch are glven for each type of actmg both major and mmor rol s Jobs of stage managmg, ushermg, stage crew work propertles scr1pt pubhclty and ward robe managmg Th1S year the group was headed bv Llo fd Roberts adv1ser, Brad Tolsoh, pres1der1t Fleda Peters, V1CGpI'6Sld8I'1t Ahce Condlt secretarv, and Marv Lou Brlscoe treasurer I A ll 4 P11 117 Th" A-C111 '. Szlntzlnflc-1. l'fz-iffc-11 NI. wawrn. 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Q w V . .1 l 1 ' YF ,gl Z1-f Q -5 2 Graphm Arts rs the term g1VLH the hncs symbols drawlngs paxntlngs and marks by wh1ch man expresses h1s thoughts A knowl edge of graph1c arts IS nnportant to students mterested 1n prmtmg pubhshmg bookbmd mg journallsm '1dxert1s1ng photographv photo engraxmg and manx other 1ndustr1es acco1d1ng to Herman A Klenck teacher 1n the G1aph1c Arts Department Upon hls a1r1xa1 Harrx A Goldstem and Ot1s Chrdestel were glven more tlme to help students Wlbhlflg to specxahze ID fi lds of pho tographx and puntlng Thus more classes have been opened to the increased number or students wishing to take Graphic Arts esti- mated at the ax erage of 260 students each semester, 4W'f-ffm J uk Ron m Plc iff: n 11 Nan mith Ol xer 1 mm x ox cnc 1 1 N T llf Ram Vlmnoxx B'l9kBl Hem 1 l N mxnNincl Wood Stcond Rem I1nkmN Qxku Xhlls lfrurlmin Plnkuton McFadden Rob t 1 Q nu fi lim o Rim Lhm Txlci on N an L x n mv 1 trmlxlcs Rohm s Ham xou cvci been curious about thc mam amateur dlt1btS sketching people and objects on the school groundsq Such stu dcnts are likelx to be members of our chap tu of the National Art Honor Soeietv This xeai the members visited local art studios in licu of submitting to semester exams and combined business with pleasure on a picnic, whcre they sketched the colorful Arizon countryside. E1 The club met once a month under the advisership of Miss Fva Culley. The capable officers were Kay Ellis president' Frank Page. Vice-president' and Evelyn Tully sec- 1'QtE11'Y-tl'CZ1Sl,lI'QI'. atm yzenmzcfiuuk FFF' ms-was Us it Top Ron D1 ichmm Pun tidt Vt xllice Vleissman Allied Bugbee H1 ueia Llndamood Cunningham Burgan POIIQI Roads th P 1 Sai ent Loxett Hastings Bingham Waugh Jones McRae Bake! Tacohs Shumaker Thnd Ron Matteson R b an Hinxxood Tolson Fellowes C eenblitt itt X ll hlme Steuut VX lson Pllst Ron km Walken Exans Xasex Stephens Meehan N6hIll"lg Gxeenberg O IC ,Jaffa lhc mam ambition ol cvciv boy cnterlng l H S lb to become a member of the Letter men s Club 'ie , the brawny boys wlth the dashmg red and white letter sweaters and the flashy T pms are the famous athletes you ve lead about IH the sport pages of the local papers Those boys, earning major M' letters 1n anx of the flxe major school sports football basketball baseball track, and ten ms, compose the Lette1mens Club The mam puipose of the o1gan1aat1on IS to brmg about good telloWsh1p among all the sports tGI'S Tl1e OHICGIS vxeie Chet Xfasey pres1dent Bill Ex ans XICC presldent, Rav Stephens, secretaw treasu1er, and Coach Rollin T Gudlex sponsol ff fer F t J 4 -..LVM ,Q M.- t fs , I vu- Y, ' . x 1 N1 l . ul, Q ,K 'Vi . i 1 -- . T ' : ' , f , ' nf . in, 1 I' to . .Lo f' 1 X O , . , 1 F Q g N 'X lf if 1- 'Q 2 . . z . '1 1 . V . ' . Y . 'g ' . ' . ' . ' . ' '. 1 Foul' .ov-. 'gl . ' . ti ' '.', ' . . , '. . ., 'L ' ' '- . . 11' 2 . P' . Ya 'cl. Logan. Mtiway. Smith. Bailey: Second Row-Graves. Oxnam. 0 isc , ' ' . , ' ', " . . 'z 3 'i 5 1 'f " pg. " '. ' , " .. . .' " . ' ". 'R' lly. Wright. . ,, X 1 . 4 . . . W i v X , ' 1 ' . . , . - 1 1 1 . 7 S t L ' gt 77 ' , r . ' 5 r 7 ' - xi , 3 , ' ' ' 7 ' 7 I W U 7 . , 4- , Q 7 7 . 1 1 1 .W . . . ' . . , - '. ' . 1 W g . v a , Y ' . . . .f , V - . V .1 I 1. - I 1 I . 'NX , , Q ' N w 1. v u I L 1 - D. . 'gi 145 Throughout the year these peppy cheer- leaders did much to bolster school spirit at football and basketball games. This year, for the first time, tumbling acts were pre- sented with certain cheers. At the beginning of the year two rallies were held. More than half of the student body assembled after school and marched through downtown Tucson, singing, cheering, and shouting, accompanied by the T.H.S. and. Cheerleaders were Glenn Stevenson, Ron- nie Countryman, Joe Baim, Jack Jones, Mildred Clauberg, Donna Zimmer, Nancy Cullum, Donna Carr, and Sheil Ginsburg They were supervised by Miss Peggy Parlett Buck R x Bam flmm n r nhu 1., Stuzn n Lillum C uni xrnan all 1 Page 146 'of Mex Vigil? 'Yagi Shouting the loudest at the football game: this year were the two hundred members oi the Pep Squad. The proud owners of the membership cards with the red badgers on them had their own special seats at the games on the 50 yard line. Practices were held each Thursday before a game. One of the most memorable events for the Squad this year was that won-n-n-derful trip to Bisbee at the beginning of the year. With much waving of pom-poms and yelling HPeaches and cream!" the squad spurred the team to victory. This was truly a success- ful year for the Pep Squad, and each and every member can look back upon it and say "Gee. we had funl" The group was led by Grant Howard and Mary Lou Briscoe. T. D. Romero was adviser. Z Page 117 I To glVC recogmtxon to out standmg band students and to help Prof Sewell d1sc1pl1ne the band are the purposes of the Lyres Club formed 1n 1939 by Lew1s Young To qualxfy for membersh1p the student must be a member of the h1gh school band for two years ma1nta1n a three axerage 1n all subjects and be a sen1or One of the most 1m portant qual1ficat1ons IS that he must hold an 800 attendance at the band performances Oili cers are Dlck Yeager presldent and DHV1d Hawkms sergeant at arms lllfllflf., V txxllu lXXkll'1S xnox omxn 1 mg., 415,11 Illtchcmk llumrl L us n tk Rum nnn ur c new n1p.,hL 1 xx n ltlxlstl Lcond Row 'Vl ll shall ltlrm Tllll Xue! F R s n tl 1-1 Row M Mal sh Lockhalt 'Vlack 'VI W llson Sensenb Ich Bn mx n I xgn 148 KL 39 ' ' ' I 9 ' ' - , 1 V . 7 K , . . V 1 ' ' , ,sa , - ' Sl: ' '- .Tv " Il: I' C -1 1 S'tl' ' Yu'-'. -' ' ' ' ' - W: ' m . 'z -ro 7 7 , - - Lila" '-lla zl. Rui. Schz1'h '. K 'f . C. Mash. Stu z't. 1 b' '-. z ' . Wh' '. ' s. Sa '. .. Vilpo , Svhing "mst '--. ",l ..." , : 2. . 7 .4 . . as sa I - 1 . I ' - - uv 7 , . Jack Da1ley Chess Club p1 es 1dent won hls pos1t1on wmner of an ellmmatlon tour nament Barbara Mack won for secretarv Durmg May a Fhght Tournament consxstmg of four fllghts contalnlng elght players each was held The wmner of these fhghts was pro clalmed champlon for the year Because chess requ1res much sk1ll and mental thought and prov1des a l1fe enterta1nment for 1ts players It lS a very worth whlle avocat1on states George Stewart advlser AGM? 'lop Row Clace Grldlev IJel5.,ado Bunnell Jones Pavne Janus Second Row Castelln Iohnson Don Wong, Lander Fixst Row Moon. Rodrl quel Molton Hines Bayne Th1s year GSL, under the adv1sersh1p of M1ss Peggy Par lett, completed successfully 1ts many dutles of asslstlng PE teachers Along Wlth the T Club the group sponsored a play day 1n November 1nv1t1ng ten part1c1pants from all jumor h1ghs and Amphltheater Chos en pres1dent for a second year was Elolse Morton along w1th Bette Amadrll, vlce pres1dent Seraflna Grace, secretary treas urer, Mary Hmes, sen1or repre sentatxve, and Rose Johnson jun1o1 representatlve To be ell glble to jo1n one must have a 2 8 average and a hlgh P E average G n ll For those few glrls who have won elther a major or a m1nor letter 1S the excluslve Gxrls T Club GIFIS earnmg 14 pomts for a G AA m1nor letter or 25 cred1ts for the major nu meral are el1g1ble for member shxp along Wlth those possesslng tenn1s emblems In1t1at1ons and p1cn1cs were planned by the officers, Mary Hlnes, pres1dent, Betty B a y n e, VICE pres1dent and Dorothy Wong secretary treasurer Mrs Mary Lue Gove was sponsor Betty Bayne, Dor othy Wong Estelle Don, and Pat Bunnell earned major letters along Wlth approxlmately 15 m1nor letter w1nners ,941 on P xx Inckson Wong., Plsrhu Scott I-lschu Thlld Run Buuhmun Row Bum R.Oflll2.,Ll97 Grace Amddnll Molton Donlsx ,AB nj 15" AW Page 149 . . . , H Y! 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A B x "' . , Ml' 3 ov Ron 1 N ll on ml s o xr I mx NIJL llnlxlllllh lorkhalt I M in Xl Ll LH our lou uxl ln L Unis U HI N I UK NTU N N QIIIN HXX Cla k mum ua Xlelhxuh Ch Q I 'MX lI'llN Ll Fl lm l mu son ou x mu l-1 s N 1 X il I lil N111 ,GIG Youll see them on the tennls coults, soccer field and trxmg for that .300 1n the bovullng allevs the GAA ers en ClWL15l3bt1C endorsers of one of Tucson Pugh s most popular organ1zat1ons I tel est thxs year ran hlgh because of the wldc and var1ed Held of sports whlch vlas offered such as basketball soccer, oltball handball Vollevball and ten l'llS The G11 ls onected bx Carol Moore plesldent and lllss LOIS Dusenberrx adxlsel ASS15t mg them were Seraflna Grace v1ce pxesldent GG01glH James secretarv mhnlex Dawson tleasurer, and Allce Qhull plogram chanman Athletlc AbbOL1dt1OH xx as file it f,, " " ' , 'X ' G . X by I' I '-XYicl -man. .Ie 'I . R l'::. J. Doniqi. Blillillan. C. Donisi.An:15'u. AP-Illll'l't'L l-'lflh R '-. 4 'k. " . . " ch , liutislv. ll!l9ll'lllIll. Sr-hz -ffcy G. I.'-lm' . Ale znclfz A. Lieb- 3 I-' 'th l. --Six art. Plumm. Padilla, Gysel. ma , l,jl14'l1. l,llI'lCl'. Puyna J R l Thi1'l R x'-Paj 2 llirsh. D: " . Lou. 312 "2 ' ' . un, Moonm on XIiIl.'. Ching fc' l R ---Lzxnflxr. Dm n, C1111 H' my D n . Shelton XVor1g. Bunm-ll. Fisher. John: . D ghl.. .lu li All mc. .lx 's. Payne-. HlK'l'l2ll'flS. Klrzxflon. Dem ns. Liebel Cant -lam, Gunly. H- l'iqL Bzlyne. . 1 'k I I O O ' ' x x l ' - 1 ' , , ' Q , Y , r- v, - - Q K . ll- lf L1 1 v 1 H ti - ' , . ,' ' . ' ' 7' - , v . ' , Q Q 1 vi I -1 ' 1, 1 1 .V 2 x 5 W I i . Pa 1 150 W-:iw wmmwm AL '-' :fave ,- Bull Run Imfslx txxmn Xdams Andenson Sabol Ellis Stexe Ium Bum ipetht Doehlel Dlozco Muxrlllo Fhst Row Hawlex Sokoloff Wilson 1 ndenel Bunch O1gan17ed as a boys athletm BCIVILL dub the 60 Club under the able lead c1sh1potMr l' M Wh1t1ng has proved lts vt oxth bv usherlng at football games Cletllldtlllg goal posts and helpmg to toxm football ralhes The members also ulstrlbuted postels advertlslng games h first tlme s1nce the Thls xeal for t e dub was orlgmated a partv was gn en bx the Student Counc1l fO1 the boxs The offlrexs who helped make th1s club a success were Stan Greenbe1g p1es1dent Jules Van Pragg xlce presl dent and Paul Baver secretarx ,aulffx-,aAJn1Ife fkuw ,x 'EWs I-0 nson Lo an I-xrlght Wheaton Second Ron X llcncla Whlt Rxkken Baxer Van Pxaag Freenbexg 11.1, 151 . ' 1 W f " i ,gl , , vhh. , U N .nf 4 - ' ' y .sv , ,,tp Y , . ,, -V " . ,, .. gs , f ' , I ! 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The Organ Club fixst xnaugulated thls vear 1n THS presented 1ts thud annual 1CL1tal Aprll 17 ln the school aud1tor1um Needed experlence fox partmxpat ng m th1s event was galned for the students bx plavlng before and fxfter assembhes The eleven organ class students compose the clubs membel shlp Unde1 the guldance of Prof Sewell a const1tut1on was drawn up along w1th the a1d of the OHQICGFS Ruth Eaglesiield p1es1dent Doxothv Skousen VICE pres :dent Joan Manes, secretarv and Velma Bmgham, treasuxer ll lin n u :lu Ru d JI s no ousin 4 1 mn mu vu 1 1 nur pg., 1 1 l ur 1 V I 1 I 1 1 . 1 Q v U . . ., Y . V . C . Q 1 1 1 71 1 ' ,, X ' AL 'Y' . . . 1 . V , - - 3 ' U 3 l um N Benson, NIHII3 .Xllvvi Sv: 'I trighl In I1-film th lizlgllx mn N1 Yolmz Binghzxm, lx' -1 3 1-r. 3 , 2 5 J, .. , lf 'f 1 ,.w'f' . A tif' . Zn .Q " j Us M L f , V . - 7.1 I Jnuuc L .J Thc Radlo Club concluded 1ts second succcssful xcar wxth Mr P N Buehman as ZldY1SC1 It was founded for the purpose ol rad1o studx Members learn the wocatlonal poss1b1l1t1es 1n the field of radlo Durmg the vear several dem onst1at1ons of suxplus war radlo equ1p ment xxexc gwen bx the rnembels and contests wcre held ln whlch compet1t1on was lceen Th1s veal Jack Frecker headed the sgroup as p1es1dent Charles W1lson as VICE presldent and L1ll1an Iql1l'TlCk as secretarx treasurer 1 N x lnr c rm 1 kxnnlson Snmx nn s Xllnx Scconci tux Slcxcnsnn n 1 Ll 1 lt I hllU DQ ID :cl uxnln IS Rfnx c L fwficlafu 1, abc lad V 4,,f PXTTX I LI TL Pdlt ll lt takes a year to bu1ld a yearbook and a dex oted staff to do It well Here It 1S at last a complete 19COId of the act1v1t1es that crowded the calendar pages for the school xear just passed Look at It lt s all xours And ll sou den rcadu were bLg1YlI'l1ll5 to thlnk that thls book wasn t gomg to come out after all and are shghtly surpr1sed re member that you are much less surprlsed than the Gd1tOIb advlser and photographers who wele much less surpllsed than the prlnters and cngravers who were just su1 pr1sed The story of the vear ibook that 15, bc g1ns wlth the careful plannmg of a dummx wlth correct sizes of ll the plctures and wr1tten copv 1nd1cated therem Then the photographer and wuters get busv to find somethmg mterestmg to fill up the neatlx proportxoned spaces Next comes a gooex Job past1ng the panel p1ctures and occa slonallx choppmg off a neck so that the p1C ture has to be replaced thus hold1ng up the eager l1ttle workers BLCIx O RIILLLX BLISITIQ mn L 1- R18 lpn 1 ul lsln mx 4Q Page 194 annuafacfach 0 I I 17 Y xi ' M' H 'V X X X . 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SANCTIS Edit 1 Wlth two dlstlnct purposes 1n m1nd at the beglnnlng of the school year last fall to put out more papers than ever before and to make them each and every one a super1or p1ece of hterature edltor Roman De Sanctls zoomed 1nto a successful vear ' e Mary Lou Brlscoe Prlna Stanley Pat OR1elly Judy Frledman Jack Waugh Hal den Lowry Pat Sm1th and Beth Holladay had the Job of wr1t1ng heads and correct mg galley before the paper was pr1nted Beeno H111 bus1ness manager and Lefty Bacon sports ed1tor along Wlth Roman and Patty Pultz manag1ng edltor soon became known as the Acme Angels because of the long hard hours they spent on Tuesday nlghts at ye old prlnt shop dummylng the paper whlch was to be clrculated Thursday by manager Sammle Johnsons Chronlcle carrlers S1lV18 Robles was exchange mana ger and Lorra1ne Caffrey staff edltor kept track of the ass1gnments llY np. 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IHFIC UNK N llllnkl RUY110 N I If I L UTI I N N I Ubnl UN HDI DL Iltt I ll UNK 1 f lfln 111 X1 L 1n Heaob oi staff who Lontrlbuted greatlx to the success oi the QL13FtG11X durmg the past xeal are 1XTZ1I1lX11 Mverson edltor Lo11a1ne Cwffrex busxnesb manager, Bruce Malshall H1t0d1tOI Geo1geHofTman phOtOg1dphK L tor Albert Ehas make up edltor and Peggy Spencer head tx plst Wmdmg up 1t5 ughth xear the Quartulx Tucson Hlgh s school magazine recelved the f311St place awald gn en bx the Columbla bcholabtlc Plus, AbbK3CI3t1OD " " 1 up c wmv X 1111 ll in www AG" e 1'1g,1, in C Lk Ron 1 xrnx Sc um o on c N rn Tllllfl Ron o Fha frrbt productron prejented hx the Dra rertrc Arts department thrs rear was The Great B195 Doorstep bx Frances Goodrrch d Srl r but Harkttt 'Ihre folk comcdw about noor Arr rolarr . xx ed ruth gax humor T we trrals or the Crochet famrlx xx ho had great b g beautrful door step but no house to J vt rth rt tamrlx m Lourbrarra oxer he plot COIlC9l1'1QCl Thr lc rds were as tollowa Fredfr Maur Pr tcrs as the mother the Comm brrota the daughter Topal Brllre Rackl ex cmd Arlrce Corrclrt Arthur the son George bantarrder and Evxre the Vourrger daugh tr portraxed bx Vlarx Lou B uorca Jones odore Dare rrscoe and Re nd Ba" '-Foelvr. Smith, Szrvrl:v1'lvr'. llzlllm. N0 ' J: ."c' l R xx Br' ks,Siv'1vI11. l1ll'lilE'j. Clzrwgon. Mzlhurak. 'l'1'0mhluy. l' N hut ' '-Czxslelan. C' nflil. llill. l,L'lL'I'S, Jones, Bn'iscu1'. lJuBuis. Hvzrrh. fllorgun. KX 4 ' ll ' , ' . . . , ' . af- V v ,., - . ' 1L ' Y l , .L l Q Ik r 1 H -Y 1. Lil r A ' ' ' X . l ' ' ' Li A' . . .L " ' ' I ' ' ' N, , , .- ill x Y vi v 1 u 1 ' ,. . ' , r r , "V 'U l 5 . I , ,L J . - . L. ' -I , C . -' X , , . L. .. - . Y 1, 'A . . - 3 A ' ' Y 'i - ' l 1 . q ff '. r w- 1' - 4 A . . . , , r . , 1' - fl 166 Death took a holiday on the stage of Tuc- son High School auditorium two nights, January 16 and 17, directed by Lloyd Rob- erts. The action takes place in the hall of thc castle of Duke Lambert in northern Italy. Only the Duke knows the real identity of Death disguised as Prince Sirki of Vitalba. Alexandri. Death, tired of his role of snuff- ing out life, takes a three-day holiday, and tries to feel and experience the thrill of life. Leads were Bob Flood as Prince Sirkig Georgia James and Margaret Ingham doubly cast as Graziag and Ray Poorman and Al Leon alternated as Corrado. Hillfll St u ln H ffmm um imt In L :balk Ht PM W ek Roxx Pfelffm H ddul N111xh1ll Sl oucl ONUI IX YN xunm Hulthlnwn H0110 S1r1t1ndc1 Quonrl Rmx uk Fl s exlnc If ll ll L mu Xxls Rlchudsun Hu has Bottom Pmx 'XI00dx Lldx Lux Jnms 11lg.,an 'XI A A105 'I ms S axxs 'N .Innes 416,84 P 1,:,e 1:8 X Ihen thnd plOdL1Lt1OY1 Stage D001 b Edna Ferbel and George Kautman was pre sented bx the dramatlcs department March 1 an Thr scttlng xx db that ci 1 thcatllnal b0a1d mg and r00m1ncf house lull bx a ret1red act1ess Ter1x Randall the lead was a xoung countrx gnl xx ho had come to the b1g C1tV to trx to get a 10h as an act1ebs Thls part was plaxed bx Beekx Jones The role ot Nh Randall hex father was taken Dx Dax ton Her7og Dax 1d K1HgSlQV another actor xvab done bx Dwlght Stroud The plax xxaa 011g1na1lx presented on Broadxxax 1n 19.31 and later xx as made 1nto a mox1e Ba '- ' ', ll 2 1 . z 2 . 1' . Raiff. S14 'e .l--1 . 1' 5 . g, S: 1 -1 .A' Cla .li:. D " -. Sch'-k. S't',. Milligan. 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U , I in 1 1 ' K Y ,uacal Under the dlrcctlon ol Mlss Madge Utter back the Tucson Hlgh School vocal depart ment has had one of 1ts most sa cessful years slnce the begmmng ot the war The depart ment cons1sts of foul choirs a boys cho1r an advanced glrls cho1r and two bcglnmng cho1rs Members totaled 120 ln add1t1on the1e were three quartets a g1rls boys and a double muted quartet In October the Badger Balladeers wh1ch 1ncludes sutty XOICGS performed at the state KIWHDIS conventlon The entlre VOICC department presented tvxo major programs at the h1gh school The first was the Chrlstmas assembly entltled Followmg the Star and the second was a sprmg concert gn en at Easter t1me entltled L1fe Tr1umphant The volce tra1n1ng department held five contests throughout the year culmmatmg 1n early Max Hono1s were awarded to the wmnlng soprano alto tenor bar1tone and accompan1st Lovlng cups were presented to the outstandlng accompan1st and slnger of the year DOLBII 'VIIXI IJ QL 'XR'll l II XX Ill T118 ll 1 D xx nt 111 I Nnll ,vocal ' 4. Page 169 O ' x n ' ' ' - 1 x x -- x I ' x x 1 ' . x - 7 , ' ' . 7 ' U . ' . ' 'V A w 1 X L 1 - I . i V ' L6 ' 77 ' - 7 . 4 Q . 1 . 1 w, . ' 7 ' ' , ' . ' ' at ' ' , 1' . , . Y . . . 7 u ' -' . . . . . . ' J , 1 1 . . . 7 7 7 , I l uv' 1 , v v 1 y . , . ' - ' 7 y ' ' ' ' . 7 ' .G . M Buck l-to '- -Sc! z z r. Cilllilllil 1 Flood, uccunly 1 nist, Leon. liz 'lncrz Firs Row-Price. :lo l'j r. Sl'wz1l'l, o 'y. I 8 23 ' r' N ., l gi 3 Li 3 g sawgg 2 , R ,....,....f-i---L Q Q In . I ,. - Z ! . if S i 5 - W q " L . i 1 A , gwfmzv i ,K , 93. H, Q 151 Q, mf 44 If JF Cf 1 V1 ., .X 5 it 14 ,Q y 3' tvs 1 9: g-fab d 'L ai Wil! 5 ff' 'iii 'fi S arm 'muff 9 B , L -I1 ...a ......1 ...Ji ....,.,A. M, -W A L .-, ,..x B9 1' ilgl' 112 wiflilli' Ilzwk Hmm I,in'I:-'11 .X.. lluzuilvy Slmnmf S1-xwll. HIIIIN, Elrxlfkw Aixam-5, 'Vhiwcl Him Mnrwlxzu Iivllnglizl. Sunflt. 'lknppm-m PIPNIKIII. l?iI"1m-414-I4 Ym-:um-I, Swim V.-uvaum. lfxzmk. 1,111-5, sw-mu Hmm Rrnlvlifl. NI.: Plums, llc-:un S114-lu-R' l'mIm. Xlxuvix, .X:L1r.w, Xriqxxns Ijmlszuy, t'I:uxs1m 'fi1s1 Hmm Yznln-In, mms-i:4, .lw11w. Hum 1 Klvlmmiwk lim-nwu, Hmmm I.iL-In-11. tl.: :Xl1"Il1h Ilzxlvlxtl, A. ' 4 Viva M X' "Pass the milkbottle to that boy!" No, it wasn't lunch time. lt merely indicated that someone had been too noisy during orchestra rehearsal and had to contribute to the Comstock Milkbottle Fund. Of course the milkbottle was accidentally UD broken several times during the year, but somehow a new one always found its way to the place reserved for it on t'Prof" Sew- el1's desk. Although contributing to the milkbottle indicated quite a misdemeanor, the wearing of green socks or suspenders in the bandroom was the worst breech of etiquette possible. Seniors were careful to impress this upon the minds of all sopho- mores and new students the day of their arrival in the orchestra. After working hard on a large selection of pieces, the orchestra presented an as- sembly to the school. After playing the whole program over three times to the different assemblies, the students in the orchestra donned their uniforms, put the instruments in the truck, climbed on the school bus, and went to play an assembly at most of the junior high schools in the city. Our parents heard the orchestra, too, when it played for Open House. The girls took over the offices in the or- chestra this year and did a fine job in keep- ing things running smoothly. If it wasn't for having a grand director like Professor William Arthur Sewell, the story would have been entirely different. Thanks for everything, "Prof!" Officers for the year were president, Venice Lindsay, secretary, Lora Clawsong librarian, Fay McCormickg personnel and publicity manager, Peggy Spencer, junior president, Verdaun Porterg sophomore president, Darlene Homar. Page 173 mga- 171 ' .mx . . ' ' P' ' - .z 421, ' Y - S . x ., 1 '. Z, I3'uIx P Irmmx Nmsll Iulxxllnl 4blll1'1HllXN Iuwlx Inklwlm I'm'1'lin4 'l"1ppmn Ilulxilx lumxlllll xmrhl XXI1 - - , , h' -. ' .,l'1m1, 1-'mfqlg 'I1I'1l'll Ilmx ,mI1r1wn, .lfwrwsu Uzmun. Smith. ilihlus. XV-slos' k"1a'ycmIl. Burns. Hzxlxxmwri. f':1V?0l'L'Il4'I Sfvunxl Rmx--Huxxkins. rv lS mn. Simmvms. Ruhorls. Kaplan . .1 xglN 1 Ll euvrstoin. Can-sun. Yeager H l 11 Y.Yomi. Crmnc-011. Dc-Ixx 21110. Grimusg I-'ix's? Prwxx'fSt:l1'1. X'm1" Baklx FH Vxulux Hit hc: N 'X"'. L' 'mlm ,AIiI'2IlLiU, 1'iIi1'k, H5'!clivr1. 9 aim Jana! lngredients: fifty-live handsome boys in snappy red uniforms, several peppy marches, a few clever routines, and a big dash of school spirit Stir vigorously with an able director like Professor William Arthur Sewell, top with a militant drum-major such as Dick Yeager. Serve at all football games and many other times during the year. All this makes up the band. one of the busiest organizations around school. At the football games it was always there to march before th e game or during the half and to arouse h t e students fighting spirit by play- ing "Westward Ho." Throughout the year the band kept busy by playing at such events as the Kiwanis Club Convention, and the C.A.P O en D . . p ay. ln February the band won the prize for the "Most Colorful Organization" by putting on bright red cowboy shirts and levis and marching to "Put Your Little Footl' and the "The Old Grey Mare" in the rodeo parade. Oflic Clayburn Hitchcockg secretary, Char- lie Carson' drum ma'o D' - ers for the year were president, , J r. 1ckYeagex, assistant drum major. Loren 'Noodg personnel manager, Alfonso Concang assistant personnel manager, Hector Robredog junior president, Dick B k ' ' ' a er, sophomore president, Sidney Smith. Page 175 i '4 vm Xlfunxu 1 Jn x or ul Slnlmrmx n 'N -B' I Sw! . XQ 11111411 ,A fb build bCI'ld1Hg to bkllt the students mlght xxdl hfmxc bean thi motto of the swmg band N xcru Pmbx x thc bLlSlCSt group alound r ml thc bins prdctlud mam hours .1 ll +1 Q11 L abscb 111 U1CLI to haxe t L s lc. mo su cgt when Lx p Q x Ld kfthough It hah uburllx been the Luatom in tho bxxmg band to be bow, CXCIUSIVGIX tl xear sau the baruus pohtelx lowered X. h Q K . . 'E gf , in , X rx 1 i kk ,Lt . wr X H ' . . A mf -. f zblj - K - L mi my--1M -1 ' -1-- V hm- kfongls .wily t" UI. . ," 1 thx., wr , H . A 4 M ,. . L U, N , . x 'f Y . ,- , A M Iii , . . , . ..',.L. ' , ,V ywlsrfm, w1.gmg, pi,-l...,.,r for Mary Murray and Ann Lieben. 'lkrpihm 1.1m-11 Wmvrl. Iiuhorl Wm-ll, A . x'm11'ul1. Huh Fir-Ids liullum Imxicl Iigrxxkims, Ilivlx Ya-ug:-1. Bu! I -lx'a11'I0. R I 'Q 1 t 'N L A. CY .M , Q, ,fig -. V f 3 ' X if Y N 'EE xg f Q - sf A Xu v I X ca ' Leading thc band was Johnny Barringer, with Robert Webb as student director. Robert's as- sistant was Bob Delwarte. With such capable leaders as these it's no wonder that the swing band did such a wonderful job at all the dances. Upon thc graduation of nine members of thc band, Johnny has the problem of reorganiza- tion on his hands, but with T.H.S. sponsoring it and Johnny leading it, next year's music- makers are sure to be another successful group. 'Vop John lknioll. Ii.: fliunsli-in. .lim Burns, John Iixwvlysg liolloni ,Xnn I.zvnc'c. Andy Johnson. Mary lvlurruy 4win.cj4l'M4 pw f'Q9E9nH 1Kq3g,3..nevaf v zmpm 13 -0-14 Z 11151 IRM who 4 The easy gomg eoxx boy xx ave of thm tall good n11tu1ed presldent of the Student body GRANT HOWARD hwxe f1m1l11r1zed h1m to exelvbody m THS Thu ehghtly boxx legged hmse lox CI xx as 11150 a center on the B1d,,,er basketball team 1nd pres1 dent ol the Nlt10llll Honor SOCl6ty to mentlon only 1 iexx of hls m1ny Qlnrns to hlgh school f1me Chalked up at the he1d of the 11st ot !fT1cl71llg people IS str1l11ng PATTY PULTZ Tuesonun 6d1tO1 and Senlor Ll1xs Qeuetarv She 1S 11so m11111g Gdlllll of the Ch1on1c1e Com b1ned xxlth thls hel good loolm 1nd pezsonillty rn ke hex o e ol the moot OUtStlIldlllg people lll the el1ss bllllellly llld 1 coloxlul pe1s0n1l1ty Llll xxell be 1tt11buted to BRAD FOLSON I'11lx1ng p'11t Ill ne111y e1y Ltlx v he IN xxell lxnoxn he CIOSN xxoxlx 1nd lm ou1 d1xt11Lt 1ep1esent1t1xe to the Ndt10Il 1l Red CIOSS Counul and had the honox ol 1ttend1ng, 1 conx EDU011 Ill San Flan Cl LO h1s yen 1d lS Iso lnoxx 11ed xpoltbtex 1 1eol the 1egul11s 111 the Chr 1 I FIN HILL bette1 lxnoxxn 1-1 Beeno Be 1de beung buxxnesx man 1ge1 ol the Lh1on1Qle Beeno IS '1ct1xe lll Red C1085 xxolk 1 membex ol the N1t1on1l Honor Soclety and the Cllllll 11b1net A Qxxell pereondllty lljd 1 Vxllllllflg xmlle make l11m lll 1ll 11ound guy Ill U ll exe1y xx y 1 ou1 S dent body x1cep1es1dent blonde ood l0Oklllg CHET VASEY Excel Img ln 1thlet1cQ he IS albo on e ChlOll1l,l9 Quartexly and TUCNOIlllll t'1fls 1nd IS plexv ol the Lettelmen S Club Chet noted fo1 h1S calm col lected minner ind h1s luendly bmhful xx 1y hw xxon the xexpect llld 1dm11 1t1on oi 1ll Peute Bhl'FY JO CASTELAN lx Juxt xxeet 1nd prettv lb 1nyone could ex 61 xxlxh to be Along xx1tl' hel lob 18 Tumonmn man 1g1ng ed1tor she t11l h IS t1me to be 1 beaut1fu1d1neer llld expeument a l1ttle m the field ci d11m1 Youll often find Bettv xx 1th 11 IV xx11xe f0I xou cl she goee bU.77lll"" lbllllt K Q L ' ' ' v 1. 1 0' ' ' 1 '- ' 1 ' 1 ' . 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' N 2 . ,., 1 . 1 3' v 1 ' 1 Le ldmg the SGIIIOI Cllss thlough Its wonderful year xx as capable JACK WAUPH Best known lor his ever present gun and feat on the gI'ldlI'Ol1 and tennls court he also admxts to an lnterest ln wrltmg 1nd was an able membel of the Chlonlcle edxtorlal board Jack s pleasant nature and un tlI'1I'lg work haxe made h1m one of the most respected md well llked persons T H VIVICIOUS brown eyed VIRGINIA DAVIS frlendly smlle and charmmg pe1 son xllty hlve made her one of the most popullr coeds of Tucson Hlgh In addltxon to bemg presldent of the Glrls Socxal Hour Davey st11l nnds tlme for belng a capable man agmg 6d1tOI of the Tucsoman and 1 senxol councll membel Blg RAY STEPHENS the lootball pudc of the Battlm B ldgers IS re spected on the tootbxll field for hls b1u1s1nff mtlcs at tackle as he IS re spected at h1s post on the senlor cab 1net Rav xx as one ot the three B xdg ers chosen for the all state team Thrs spnklmg llttle bundle of pep und xxtahty ls none other than LOR RAINE CAFFREY our own Student Body Secretary Aslde from th1s one b1g Job Lorr1e spends her tlme th1s year ofllclatmg ox er the Quartelly dlstrlbutlon staff and xx orklng as stat? ed1to1 of Chronxcle You ll always find Loxrle xs busy as 1 bee xx herever she Fuendly IS the xxord 101 charmmg PRINA STANLEY councllman at large Tall and xely xely attractlve Prrna IS deflmtely one ol he bUSl6St gnls around school Plus her student councll pos1t1on she IS Chron1cle md Quartelly ed1tor1al boxrd membel and Junlor Red Cross secret ny and alw mys one of the most llkelble persons alound school Fnst blse md ROY ROBISON ne synonomous 1n Tucson baseball C11 cles Roy has earned fame for hms unusual proxx ess on the dlamond and h1s VxOIld6lILl1 spoxtsmansh1p The name he has made tor hlmself ID hlgh school IS 1 tr1bute to h1s hkeable pel sonallty Belng also Boys SOCIHI Hou1 prexv and a member ot the senxol cab1net ale proof pos1t1ve Z ' EQ ' ,' z 'ax ' J . 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S . 32 wg: "'Z""'x 1.1 ' One of Tucson H1gh s g1eatest athletes and most popular students IS LEE CAREY Starrmg ID football basket hall and baseball he lb a great com pet1tor 1nd alvxaxs chsplay me port manshlp An A 1 student he also atta1ned the po It on of Student Body Presldent Lee w1ll be remem bered for years to come by many many admlrers luy md bustlmg PAI' LANDER hxs managed to make 1 lastmg name lor herself m THS She 18 IH earnest worker SIHCCIC and tru t x1o1thy Lovmg fun P1t ranks tops 1n humor The Natlonal Honor So c1ety semor Cablllet and Quart rly ed1tor1al board are but a few of her many aCtlVlt18S Spoxts 9dltOI of the Futsomm SBDIOI cxbmet member and Senlor manager of the footb1ll team lb DON ROADS who IS a very f.1m1l11r figure IH the halls of Tucson Hlgh H1s xude grm ready for anyone who comes along IS always ID use spxeadmg lbout the rays of h ought pe1sona11ty Phe model gal vs 1th the model hguxe thlt youxe p1obably been ldITllllllL, nound the hxlls ol THS IS no me o'he1 thm BETTY MORROW VICE p1es1dent of the Jurnor Red Cross ThlS good lookmg glrl IS also head of the TUCSOHIHD Subscr1pt1on staff md a member of the Senlor Cabmet Rodeo queen lo1 47 lb pretty dnk haned ELOISE MORTON Molty 1lso holds the number one spot on tae tenms ladder Bemg on the Gnls Souxl Hou1 Comm1ttee Tue H1 Glflb T Club 1nd othe1 0lg3I'11Zlt1Ol1S take most of he1 t1me ThlS modest glrl IS pep 1tse1f and lb 1lvt ays ready for a good t me Handsome BRADY ORIELLY the boy who ls always 1 gentleman to h1 lellow students IS the neat dxess mg XlCE pres1dent of the SSHIOI Class busmess mmxger of the Tue oman md mwnagel of the basebmll team A1 o on the N8t1ODdl Hono1 So l6tV Buck as we 111 know h1m lS one of the best T H S has to oflel 511011 blonde h111 11nd 1ll 1ts FRED SAI GENT who eFHc1ent1y held down the 1YY1DOItlI1t job of Semox C1188 Qouncllmln thls year He 11 0 1 111 the huxdle fOl Doc and pl 1yecl 1 111111 g1me 11 end 101 GI1dS oot b 1le1 Meds smooth personahty llld 1e1dy sm11e IIC 1espons1b1e fO1 h1s bemg one ol the most populur oi the gl ldllltlllg cl1ss L11 elv und lo q u 1 C1 o u s SAMMIE IOHNSOIN 11cula11on manage1 1 the Chxomcle IS 1111 1ys look ng fo1 somethmg to edt much to the amuse ment of he1 1oun1le s frlends 1 om she 19 1 11o11n S1m o S 111111110 IS e'1s11y detected by he1 b1f, 1111 llld 5111111112 h1fel eyes I' lllh and 1365011 1 but 11s IllSh PAT O RIELLY Pletty P111 not only IITIUNES the 11hole school w11h he1 ..,l11ld sense 01 humo1 but 15 aso 11gh1 1n the1e pluggmg as semor noun llman and 1:1 member 01 the Ch1o111cle ed1to111l board Youll IICXCI see P'1t 1v1thout a crowd nound he1 p111t1callv IH st11ches It he C1173 11111 cupy mot 01 the 11me o1 VERNOR LOVFTT When 1h1s speeds1e1 not CI1blgCd 111 one of these lCt1X1 lc youll e11he1 flnd h1m Worlnng on h1s cal or 11lk1ng 1v1th some of 1110 manv 1r1ends he his won 111th 111s 511211 sense 01 humor One ot the busle 1 DCISOIIS 111 school 1 RO'VIAlN DeSANCTIS Compe 1e1111y eemg the ChIOI11C16 thlough 111011191 suncesstul 1e11 1s edl Ol 111 one o1 h1s IUIIIN unde1t1111ngs lhou h 111 CdltOl LlSLll1ly h1s 1 11 Ol 1lC"l look on h1s 1111 Romwn 1111 1ys s 1 11a1m h ll s 111endly hello 101 e1e1yone D111 haued JUDY FRIEDMAN Con cen11'1tes he1 out 11nd ng ab1l111 on the Gd1IOIl31 DOHldN 01 the ChI'0l11C16 llld the Qu11rte1l1 Judys Jolly ense 01 humo1 1s '111 fnsset to e1ery h1oup 11nd p1111cu1a1ly mound he1 1ello11 11o1ke1s she ls an espec11llv KX come pe1 son 1111y He1e lS 1 1 111011 HS 110111 UO11f0I 1 ' . . 1 Z V ' ' . i - ' ' 1 2 ' ' 1 1 ' 1 ' . 1 s .Z .A . 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A member of the senior c'rbinet N'rtional Honor Society 'md tice president of the T Club BETTY BAYNE still finds time to spend rn GA A actrxrtres Brynle rs 1 swell gil full of laughter ind pep who bllllgs out the best rn all of her pals 'lutson Highs Isrdorr Duncrrr personified rn none other th rn GEOR GIA JAMES In spite of being an rctrxe member of the senior crbrnet Girls Socrrl Hour Committee Tuc Hr Grrls T Club El Cervantes Tuc sonrrn Pan Amerrcrn Club and Pep Squad she found time to rppear rn r starring role rn De rth Takes A Holiday STAN GREFNBERG or Greenre to hrs friends being the senior stal vt rrt of the tennis team secretary of the Boys Social Hour Committee and a member of the National Honor Society is one of the fevt three year lettermen rn THS All who know him rre proud to hare him as a friend Picture boy RALPH ROBERTS rlxx avs running to and fro taking pic tures like mad tor the yearbook This head photographer of the Tucsonran uses hrs quiet personality rn r xx ry xx hrch makes him populrr with u eryorre 'lhe picture rs always good xx hen entrusted to his depend rble Lire President ot the Girls T Club MARY HINES rs trr from being the quiet domestic type A member ol the Socrrl Hour Committee and Chronr cle ind Tucsonmn staffs she still hrs time for her mrnw friends who will tell you that Marv rs a grl who xxrll trke a dare my time -5' -ff ,frm reln""""'i Pa L 1813 4 V V 1 1 4 fy v ' sn 'V , . 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G-is 4 IDBI Il U x ' OI 310111111111 D ul IOCN C1 CLG1 E X mug 1. 1,10 15 Physic-inns: 2. Nuuy nonsemc: 3. Stzwved studes: 4. Assembly auditingi 5. Time-c H X W Cozy dancing J 1. Senior Dreamtime: 2. Hopping Sophs: 3. :cz ' W1IlIl"Sl . ' M. 's coucin,9,'.' T. ' ty "vs: 6, . u ' ez"f E A 7083 VWQDQ THE BRANDS THAT MEAN MOST IN SERVICE AND MOST FOR YOUR MONEY ARE HERE NORGE REFRIGERATORS LIGHTOLIER LAMPS NIOPGE RANGES LIGHTOLIER FIXTURES NORGE WASHERS YOUNGSTOWN KITCHENS NORGE OIL HEATERS STROMBERG CARLSON RADIOS 8a INORCE HOME FREEZERS FARNSWORTH PHONOGRAPHS THE HALL2gTEg pjgy g umvw nv CONTRACTING REPAIRING Phone 7083 LH E OOTT, . .. LJ' J TFGRNE S SUPER MARKET L iomf Co E lts md ML lts I UQ SON XIULON 'X ACME PRINVI HNF COMP NNY 1? E flnnth Stunt Phono 448 Q? P IIEILIS ul tm CIIIUHILIC Ip, N 4 1 vL1 A LT . " vl ' ,ali P .lJv" '1il'v ' 'J' I " 0 . maj' X913 fr 1 Jffl' .ill L. I ' X I V A ' ' . Vljff W". " ' v my 'l.f'LUlV ! I GQ? 4 b We - ,uf , ' .L ,D QA ' ' -f f g", A . 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X om- 1 vo. mnc S121 R PAUL WILLETT HAS THE HONOR TO ANNOUNCE HIS 1947 1948 ARTIST SERIES Seven Great Art1sts and Attr lctlons on One SCFIGS Tlcket THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA World s Greatest Orchestra Under the D1rect1on of EUGENE ORMANDY LAURITZ MELCHIOR and Has CONCERT ORCHESTRA World Famous Wagnerlan Tenor Star of Opera Screen and R3dl0 ALEC TEMPLETON World Famous P1ano Artlst THE FIRST PIANO QUARTET World Famous Four Plano Team DONALD DICKSON Metropolltan Opela Bautone Star of Opela and Radxo YOLAN DO PETRIS Great Itahan Democrat1c Soprano Flrst Tour to Amerxca After Gleat Success Throughout Europe An EYC1t1l'lg New Artlst Wlth T1na Ram1re7 Carlos Montoya Pablo Mxguel and FRFDERICO REY Greatest Spanlsh Dancer Now 1n Amerxca LOLITA GOMFZ P1 otege of La Argentlna and Former Partner of Escudero ALL THESE GREAT ARTISTS AND ATTRACTIONS ON ONE TICKET PLACE XOUR ORDERS NOVV' Onlx a lll'1'1lt6d numbcl of Season Tlckets Season TICFQIS avamlable S19 00 S16 00 R PAUL WILLETT P O Box 289 Phone 3 283 I- O . . O O O O ' RHYTHMS OF SPAIN 'e 200 Compliments to Phone 6040 Phone 6041 Class of '47 MITCHELL FURNITURE GALLANT - CARROLL COMPANY Your Friendly Neighborhood Store 75 - 119 W. Congress Street Sixth at Campbell TUCSON. ARIZONA Compllmente of the FRANK DAWSON MOTOR CO DODGE AND PLYMOUTH MOTOR CARS DODGE TRUCKS 412 420 North Sixth Axcnuu Phone 1367 1.368 TWENTY TWO YEARS IN THE AL TOMOBILE INDUSTRY Congratulations Closs of 1947 TUESUN RAPID TRANSIT EU I 2 V IN TUCSON af SHG? AT W X C 0 Ask For ThI'1ff19S Seve 206 On All You Buy Autog rophs . - ' 9 ffawwew ' 'r u S N BHE Nh Fst lk ggod HOWARD 6. STOFFT BOOKSELLERS STATIONERS SCHOOL ATHLETICS OFFICE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT 40 Eost Pennmgton Telephone 6I I X I a Ii, . i- if I.-l 1 eg. LQ I O T '1' 21551 W Tony Blair, i vans, Art e ring, and John o er oo ing over sportin o S at . . . BROADWAY VILLAGE MARKET AND BAKERY BROADWAY AT COUNTRY CLUB Joan the Rest of the THS students ond Drunk Refreshing VWJEOME ATANYPAHDI IN O - 4321 Tucson s Complete Book Store O STEINHEIMER S ot University Squore BCHDKS Congratulations To Class of 1947 HOME ICE COMPANY 125 IL 7th St BU GAS CONGRATULATIONS CLASS t th S OF '47 "The most complete s are in Q outhwcstv ww Jlhw-3' -bf ,Af , -w Jgwffy WWW Qy wwwy rf ,PTM PGRTER S I f X r f X X , , 3 ta.. If . r,,"k M Martha Shoenhair and Barbara Becker sho l Fine Jewels GRUNEWALD 81 ADAMS Tueson AI'lZOI1d Crane s Candles 74 Noxth Stone Tucson AIIYOHH El Conqu1stador Stables Gentle Horseb lor Begnlnnere Hou Rldes Chuckww R1dc,s tone 3199 MCLELLAN S UL l'0 Sv 00 105 L Congress Bucks Sport Shop Guns md Tacl le OL11 Speemlty Complete Lme ot Spoltln Goods PHONE 80Zr 1018 E Slxth Street Tucson All7OI11 THE RADIO DOCTOR ll07 E lndxo St Phone 1971 The TIME SHOP JEWELRY Watch and Clock RCQWIIIDD 42 North Scott Street CONGRATULATIONS to Class. of Llttle Gem Barber Shop Telephone 4661 Phone 500 Z2 N Stone Ave 15,20 . K- . 'k I I I 1 ' 7,3-' , . L gon ' Pl - ' : COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF '47 MARSH ELECTRIC 5HQp I ur YY 1 V Q t ' A '. wk - ' T '47 'ave :H M 5 4 QINHL Q ,...x 5 N WI s-2,4 012 44 ue h ne xx utched gl xduatmg., classes come and go Many hue be come DIOSDSIOUS some tarnous For you men md women ot the 1947 Qlxss the futule holds gxemt plomlse o be bule you get started rxght Buxld 101 a stxon financlal future by blllldlll a substantlal bank wccount by kcepm youl credlt good You nc muted to u e the complete i1c1l1t1cs md sauces oi the SOUUICIIX A11zon1 Bank ISL Trust Co CONGRATULATIONS' D GOOD 'JC SOUTHERN ARIZONA BANK 6: TRUST CO. TUCSON ARIZONA Membel Fcdelal Deposxt IIINUI anno Col pox 1111011 I-1' 08 Comphments to Class of 47 JO N ES 8- SMITH TEXACO SERVICE Broadwax at Country Club TUCSON ARIZONA HAL BURNS Flornst Everythmg m Flowels 25 North Stone Ave - Qfo Y' tg I 7:1 'C K ex IX ci' " .-if 'ME' I F .. - It EI 'io ,SLU XX I I if " -' . A 0 1 -A fi . I A , II. II- I ' ' w v Y . . . f 1' Q 'z ' Y '. , . . 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Speed BAUM ADAMSON Congratulations G Class of 1947 Power and Home Eaulpment Co DIXIE DRIVE IN 1019 N St th F d F t O to th , Comp1ete Home Furntshings 133 - 135 South Sixth Phone M-M 3272 . one Always e inest i--1 in Food an Fountain avori es Sfudlo of BUEHMAN TOR AND STAFF OF THE 1947 TUCSONIAN AND TO THE 1947 SENIOR CLASS P5 218 EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE EDI- Autog rophs .41 M! IJ I 4 V' Ruth Eaglesheld and Charles Carbon look mb over the photo equlpment at Martm Drug Co new photograph department Estabhshed m 1869 8 convcnlently lo ated stores MART! TUCSON CASA GRANDE 1'g219 ff .M . K f , xg i ,. A ow t 'J I .17" Lf ' L lil' ' .ff C , . f f 1'7"'- ff' - R ,il , ' ,f , xxf A ftyfff 'I ,, . f A 7 l I ' I -1x 11' JJ I , A eff B J I ,ill rj A f fi' ff 1 ,, . ,ff A M7 , 2?fgZ'1 A - ' liz, ' fm Vl.W.! 7,1 , ' 1 C WN: lo h - JI. uw 1 - 1 - N' ' rl ' ' ,ave 55 WEST CONGRESS Tucson S Pmest Restaurant Bob Judson Sxlvm Robles, Geoxgm Brewer P1chard Oxnam Joame Ellla and Hovx axd Kms, dmmg at Paulos EWR For downtown luncheons complete dlnners and 1fte1 theatre snacks 1tS PAULOS where cour teous serx ICS and fine foods are a constant dehght Phone 900 Iohn Geku John Pmlos L West Congress BdSh h1lVI k Phone 5400 Reuben s Arizona Home Supply Home oi 30 000 Sausfied Customers Autog rophs 1 ' 221 I 400 1 400 on your cm IO mmumwmwifdm KTIFWIUQC telephone Autog rophs SH MHULH THE MILK WITH MORE CREAM Conqratulates The Class Nineteen Forty-Seven 106411 fl- .-. 'fzqgi K 'V ,Q-41,ff,.,f' ' , O2 Q., , K V 1-V W . .avgi- , " " ' v ,Y ' 'KL f 1 1 1 x. fx 1. 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' GUS TAYLOR S Apparel for Women Congratulations To The Class of 1947 Ye Old bwnmmun Hole I ARIZONA INN CLUB 128 East COl1g1'C.'.' I I I I Pl 482 Tucsrm,A1'iZ. ll ' - Q I ll I 'vlarge Campbell hoppm at Andy Andersonb for clothes wnth smart dlsfmcgtlve styling go to 19 E151 Pennmdton Phone 1743 I 5,1 .228 L . S ' g . v 5. . . . , UFINER THINGS FUR MEN AND VVOMENN a' X ' G ' ,il" " PRINTERS of the TUCSONIAN Haldeu Lou 1 V Ahce Shull C QNX lb 1BeL in 1 1 DLX J 222 E. Congress Phone 4878 General Insurance Oldest In Tucson INSURANCE AGENCY Indian Jewelery Nlgyjgggn Curing Alliliatefl with Mexican Jackets Coppm. GMS Roy Drochrnon Realty 33 W. Pennington Phone 1555 Roy ll. Dran'hzn11n J. Will Howell Phone 6690 1 s Alex M Huerta, Jewelers Watches D1 xmond lux ehv VK pst Con ic ss 5 0 UK N011 1110111 ' S C X X . .- "l"o' Gift: ol' Joy' I . - ,. A J 1'.i-fa VVatc'h and .IL-welry Repairing 37 I H' U' ' I 1.1 Ho. Kurt 'I' ' I x L' 1230 Ex elyn Fyler and Plt Tilbelt being hovxn some ot the fine IHClLh"ll'ld1Q at Dlnlels Qur Customers Learn To Depend Cn Dclnlels For The Best In Dlcxmonds Watches Iewelery and Sllverware Llmu E Prebuxt D A N I E L S Jewelers 5 Aufog rophs 7 QXXNBX q lllllhl if The Very Best --3 inf? u utl C, -"" In Fme Meets cmd Vegetables TI-H1 FOOD BMPORIUM 174.3 N Campbell Au Phone 5069 I 3 PHX T ll UH For the best un the Way of Movne Entertomment to the Fox Tucson at the Fox Tucwn Theatle Autog rophs Pal, I Go Georgia James amd Jack Howell Autog rophs Best Wlshes To the Class of 1947 Chdrhe Gardnex and Bob Watwood dlSp18y1Ug Amzona Star Products ARIZONA FLOUR MILLS 179 Took Au Tucson AI'lZ0l1d . 2 X FJ . N X, - x X n . XL' ,A Y' ,., . L K .W . '1 4.1 r Olgilx J swf Q ' 1 s 2 ' - X -5 gs 2 lv -,Q - A mqxjpx S , K kwmxw, 1 X 7 X ' ' . ' . . , W. SHERMAN FURNITURE CQ. I 537 N. Stone Phone 365 Tucson, Arizono Tumbleweed Stolbles SPENCER RIANQ CQ od bmah uf U 14 CHN H Spww XIU1LlfiLf.Lll111 md htblllldlll Pmnus U Spam x Plwnc MNH N P mu 510 i Go, 'z 3 mrs SOI' Hire 25- '- W X 'f' ' I' - " 0' ' 3 X ' I cf ' ' A L I b K 3-5 C n -USU. IC. .' K- I Yilf' X "T -X ' 13300 IC, llltlm. St. R11 - I Cormgrofulotions To The Closs Of l947 says The O'Rie-Hy Motor Co. Your Chevrolet Deoler in Tucson The Home of Depehcloble SERVICE Ill 5 N Sixth Ave Phorme 2803 Wm Aufogrophs Wx ll W I .x :W Nfl C C 1, 4 fl, W2 W 53 tt, ,lf t.f'h, Bm.. . vw , 1 A t B GRANT HOWARD tb k t LEE CAREY JACK HOWELL EVElll I+IELll there El LEADER Our congratulatmns to Tucson Hlgh School tor produclng students w1th the quaI1t1es of chalacter and btamxna neces saw for leadershlp The lGadCIS lndlcate the h1gh standaldb oi the student bodv as a whole We Lonhdentlv predxct that the yeare ahead wlll find them meetmg the tests, of buemess endeavor w1th tlymg colors' TUCSON NEWSDADEIDS INL lbs Qing-una Basin Star Tucson ZlBa1lp Qlltlgen B ll CH ET VASEY 335 f- TN -f-lib--'L "" 'lv 'Ky ka Ny RAY PORTER JACK WAUGH E I M I E President, Studen ody Foo all Bas e ball l ' l 9 E 1 t u 4 4 ' b . . - ' , ' X . . .' ki. X . . . 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