Tucson High School - Tucsonian Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

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I, 1 ji " frigz, f ' V ,-:-TYIIQE-. r H, I1 IIIZIF' I .I -- '1,I1,'??'?,II III ,g 1 M9 if- 5 1 Q""f1 I, 1 A ,I ef-1 ' gif", 1 ' ggi.: E 1- ' ' ' 'ff 51-3. - 4 I .I -I-5.1:I ,Q I, .I 11 ,- rg A gg, 1 , . 1- , -.f Er ,'I- '.' "1 ' 'Ex , X' ' .-,-,iiir ' 1' ' V 1 w : ??a'- .- , ' II. 1 gf , Q51 + 1 3' 1, 1: L if I .nl I: Q ' --.J S7544 O! QVLt8lfLf5 OUR TEAOHERS . . . "All hail' WE STUDENTS . . . ."True sons and true daughters of Tucson High OUR TEAMS . . . "The toe may be strong, yet victory shall be won OUR ACTIVITIES . . "Carry on Badgers loyal, carry on WE REMEMBER THIS . . . "We'll ne'er forget the golden haze oi high school days gone by. - x V ll!! L: Y -2' .i.,.f F' ' ef ei s 'lil-.i x MR. CHARLES A. CARSON Principal Assistant Superintendent Dean of girls, Miss Calanthet Brazelton, settled student problems. planned the school calendar of eXtra-cur- Other administrators who helped to keep ricular activities and acted as advisor to the school machinery rolling smoothly were both Girls' Social Hour and our Iunior Red W. R. Rykken, attendance supervisory I. R. Cross chapter. She and Mr. Tolson, Dean Peters, coordinator of curriculum: and Ioe of Boys, guided and advised students and Young, coordinator of counseling. N I is 1 Y' l K 1s-.---- - rr , I lm' ,dl MR. ANDY TOLSON V MISS CALANTHE BRAZELTON MR. ROLLIN T. GRIDLEY Dean oi Boys Dean of Girls Assistant Principal Assistant Principal Page 10 -.i SCHOOL BOARD Row 1: Mr. O. C. Drachman, Mr. F. W. Pickett, Mr. P. E. Howell. Row 2: Mr. R. King, Mrs. A. W. Kellond, Mr. R. D. Morrow. Providing the plans for all the ac- ademic work of our high schol, We find the Board of Education, headed by Robert Morrow, superintendent oi schools, Pete Howell, ludge Fred Pickett, Mrs. A. W. Kellond, and Oliver Drachrnan. Together with our high school administrators C. A. Car- son, principal, Andrew Tolson, and Rollin T. Gridley, assistant princi- pals, the board put the split-shift sys- tem into effect for a second time. They also planned the curriculum and solved various problems con- cerning the new vocational high school. . W: 'xy 1 l A ., fx ,, W 4 Z.. Q. , A-., I . ' as.:-,. il? Mn. ROBERT D. Monnow Superintendent of Schools p-eg BOOKSTORE Mrs. Poe Mr. Magee Miss Grcxdillas Mrs. Broyles wifi l 'L COUNSELORS Row 1 : Miss Geyer Mrs. Potuzac Row 2: Mr. Holsinger Mrs. Nou Miss Balch Mr. Klenck Miss Smith Miss Gale Mr. Anderson Mr. Cooper REGISTRARS AND ATTENDANCE OFFICE Miss Chilson Mrs. Bgxumgardner Mrs. Feldkcxmp Mrs Rider Mrs Sowell Mrs. Bond CNet piciured: Mrs crcxftj gps MR. CARSON'S SECRETARIES 1-14 4 Mrs. Licht Miss Fuller MAINTENANCE STAFF Mr. Holt Mr. Downs Mr. Saxon CAFETERIA STAFF Row 1: Mrs. Owens, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Scccino, Mrs. Gibbons Mrs. Morton. Row 2: Mrs. Woison, Mrs. Musa, Mrs. Rottmcxnn, Mrs. Kelly. Row 3: Mrs. Vermillion. Mrs. Thompson Mrs. Fyrcr, Mrs. Ankenbcuer, Mrs. Hort, Mrs. Davison, Mrs. Courtney. IANITORIAL STAFF Row 1: Vulusquez, Pino, Sieeb, Robinson, Kend- rick, Martinez. Row Z: Borquez, Gcsle- lurn, Riesgo, Molina, Tellez 5, V 1-as-2 Acosta, Vicente Spanish Balch, Mary Social Science, Adkins, Fawn Public Speaking Bane, Opal Physical Education Counselor Bazzetta, Mary K. Beath, Mary E. Commercial Art Buehman, P. N. Burrows, Herb Science Spanish l gif? Anderson, Curiiss English, Counselor Barclay, Roberi Electricity, Mechanical Drawing Booher, Margaret Homemakinq Butts, Alice Latin Anqlen, Archie Commercial Bazzeita, George Science Brazelton, Florence French Carmony, Paul Commercial A lia?" - tru , If J i Bailey, Lowell Physical Educaiion Bazzeita, Louis Industrial Arts Brooks, Elbert Science Celaya, Ida Spanish We vu-f ' ll wi Page 14 Chidester, O. H. Graphic Arts Detlefson, Elnor Biology Ferguson, Harvey English Gale, Laura Mathematics, Counselor ,ima 3: Q J W I Y 14' ' .' ,' ." ,. ..x Conrad, Ann English, Latin Doolen, B. C. Physical Education Fisher, Erma Social Science Ganoung, R. A. Woodshop Q Crosby, Leone Physical Education Duffen, William A. Social Science Fithian, D. F. General Metals Geyer, Miriam English, Counselor 4 -lx. F - ,. 1- , I I z 3 . X K Bmw- fs.. Culley, Eva Art Dyke, Albert Graphic Arts Frantz. Elizabeth Biology Goldstein, Harry Graphic Arts .gm rm sa: Page 15 Davison, Lucille Cafeteria Egbert, Henry Physical Education Futrell, Ralph Maihematics Greer, Iason Physical Education 1 ,ig-i ' Hansiord, Maude Library Hopper, Charlotte Commercial Klenck, H. A. Graphic Arts, Counselor Mallis. Milton Aircraft Engines Henry, Sally Physical Education Hoyt, Donald Mathematics Kline, R. C. Driver Training Mariscal, Ernest Spanish Higgs, Mabel Mathematics Hughes, Anna English Koch, Paul Biology Miller, Maude Social Science as-'A' Holland, Emma Biology 749 Holsinger, E. I. Commercial Law, Counselor Johnson, Edna Klann, Hugo Physical Education Bookkeeping Kyle, John Magee, Ioseph Mathematics Bookstore Montgomery. lacqueline Nau, Helen English Social Science, Counselor YWQ Page 16 J? Neely, Willene Mathematics Ott, Mary Spanish Peterson. lack Public Speaking Reese, Helen Physical Education gulf' 'si -in ist, '--sl-vi as 'P ,-fi its i 1 ,sz Newcome, Leona Neymark, Phyllis English English Overpeck, Evelyn Pearson, Ken English Biology Peterson, Ruth Phelan, Uarda Commercial English Reinhardt, Iohn Reynolds, Florence Woodshop English , VT "--9' we 95 t""'Y Page 17 T"':"" "Tu - new it W fu:-, ll' Es. t -1: j, is Sf: ' .t it it 4 r Nier, Lenore Northam, Orval English Graphic Arts Perkins, Alice Peters, Russell English Coordinator of Curriculum Pinkston, Ruth Proper, Charlotte Commercial Commercial Ribelin, W. D. Roberis, Lloyd Social Science Dramaiics I" . 'li -,.,-I 17" Robinson, Marjorie English Royce, Eva English Searnands, Lois Mathematics Stondall, F. A. Welding , .I F 33? Robinson, Virginia Physical Education Sanclin, Robert General Metals Severs, I. D. Social Science Stotera, Mary English f Ei Romero, T. D. Bookkeeping Schenck, Iohn General Metals Slagle, Hanley Physical Education Thomas, Rilla Lee Home Economics 'fax Ross, Marjorie Commercial Scott, William A. English Smith, Frances Spanish, Counselor Utterback, Madge Vocal Music gl, r. ff?-2: lk Q' H . - , .isle fy 4' ' ' M 1 A ,yer ,C , ' ' wi sT'Jfi4T1"Q K 1 Rothrock, Glenn Biology Scudder, Gertrude Homernaking Stewart, George Mathematics Van Horne, I. A Science gy P Page 18 of t !' K 6 X Webb, Ray Westervelt, W. W. Whiie, lames Whiting, F. M. Williams, Harold Mathematics Physical Edacalion Physical Education Biology Social Science Testing Co-ordinator - Yoder, Grace Young, Kaihryn Library Physical Education Not pictured: Barrinqer, Iohn: Black, Iames: Brazelton, Calanthe: Cooper, H. H: Denning, Merle: Eager, A. I.: Heath, Mabelle: Hilles, Leona: Logan, Gordon: Martin, Harriette: Meinzer, George C.: Rea, Bessie: Rickert, Francis: Sewell, W. A.: Shadley, D. D.: Sheaffer, Chester: Steinke, Naomi: Taylor, Iohn. Page 19 ii ' www 2 e xv 3 1 E 'S J Q J i EDDIE BROWN Student Body President oueming mglfuafenlfrf With a resolution to make 1950 an all- time year for Tucson High, the school's gov- erning bodies got under way by scheduling rallies and pep assemblies and supervising the sophomore elections. Spearheaded by President Ed Brovvn, the Council passed measures concerning a student employment service which was set up in the fall and served as a medium through which students gained part-time employment. To high-light a productive and active year Tucson High sent its outstanding representatives to the student government convention at Yuma. -4. L, i. lZ?'5-EW ' Q13 ,Lf . .Lf - ,,, WILSON SUNDT ANNE KELLEY IOHN Hugm-A Southside Vice-president Secretary Oi Sfllderll Body Northside Vice-president Page 22 1' LOIS BAKER ART BRINKMEYER BOB PESOUEIRA A E l ll E I lla 'JN' 'Xu T E z , A. .M " 3 H wg. J bivf- l .R , AA A., DICK HANCOCK BERYL HAWBS DOUG HOLSCLAW .arf 1. M - 1,-'zz 4 1-. , MJ., EE V Y.,. . F' li" ', 'mn ,, -ug ,.f ROY DRACHMAN Councilmcmeczt-Lcrqe HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Row 1: Pat Iames, Belty Reeves, Ann Hall, Allie Beih Jordan, Susan While, Mary Louise Gump. Row 2: Lloyd Colbeck, Bill Gard, Mary Belle Breeding, Emu Blesinqer, Pct Bug- shuw, Bob Hull, Don Carson. Page 23 . i , , st, V 12, U if "Le its eniom "Up in Central Park," the theme of the always-to-be remembered midecentury senior prom, provided a challenge to the class dur- ing the fall months. Spurred by class presi- dent, Fred McWenie, the seniors devoted all their spare hours to making elaborate green decorations and painting colorful murals de- picting typical scenes in the renowned New York park. 0 . PRED MCWEN IE President Sparked by class advisor Danny Romero, the senior council and cabinet planned a Wonderful ditch day and organized all class activities. Class pins, T pins, and lost and found articles were taken care of by the senior office committee who ably carried on office business during school hours. Climaxing an outstanding year the coun- cil, together With Danny Romero, planned the beautiful graduation exercises which will re- main in senior memories for years to come. SHIRLEY-MAE LEE Secretary-Treasurer TOM KELLY Vice- president Page 24 SENIOR COUNCIL Row 1: Dortha Carson, Barbara Nevius, Iackie Anderson, Mary Laura Manile, Dona Mc- Daniel, Barbara Freudenthal, Kathy Fuller. Row 2: Charles Prentiss, Warren Haynes, Marqarei Kline, Arlene Bingham, Alice Cervantes, Margaret Clampitt, Barbara Burrows, Gloria Carrillo, Nancy Gray, Dee Simpson, Jimi Schock. Row 3: Bancroft Robertson, Ted Capen, Iimmy Shaar, Iim Kaufman, Marvin Humble, Iack Levkowitz, Willard Smith, David Meyers. Row 4: Travis Edmondson, Iimmy Rincon, Gene Lowry, Bill Baugh, Tave Kaufman. DANNY ROMERO Senior Class Advisor The Carrousel in Central Park Page 25 SENIOR CABINET Row 1: Bonnie Wheeler, Frances Anderson, Melodee Gruber, Suzanne Laws, Zola Lyerly, Ann Price, Mary Siewart. Row 2: Sue Gin, Iane Archer, Mary Frances Beal, Lois Baker, Anne Kelly, Shirley-Mae Lee. Maryanne Carson, Elvira Vega, Ann Davenport. Row 3: Ioe Caid, Art Brinkmeyer, Bob Snyder, Eddie Brown, Iimmy Wheeler, Don Campbell, Roy Drachrnan, Lee Kenner. Row 4: Tom Kelly, Fred McWenie, Paul Turnbull, Mike Lacagnina, Spencer Holladay, Wilson Sundt, Dean Biesmeyer, Phil Robbins. Decorating for the Senior Prom Page 26 I Richard Acedo Fred Acosta Louie Acosta Mary Ausiin Aqron Alcarez Alice Alday Alice Alexander David Allals , 2 14 A ' 'iii' I 'Iv J' A 5.3 we in 'Y Q T,:ijlUiyT'STT ,A 2.11, - ' - ,Q J t-' ,,, ,, Q' '11' I iff " I ' Y ,,,-, ey , r " r. ' -ff" S5 5 ,F r Q .. ,, H, I Y , 5 .K Y .wi -5 l b I . eo' V . , '9 J- .. - '11- ,lv ew ' -1, ,dusk 1 W., 1 Ye Y ZR A ' 1'-Y M7 A! JJ i x sf? A A we fl - ' X .e r X , ,YV i lp X. 6' Z 1 , f 'Hi Y 'SN Q- L 71 ,el Q . , 'VW 3 1 ,E -. L A. s 4-ffl in wr 1 . ' -132 uf ' Y ,. . 'K , 1, fir . r-1: iff?-7 A 'll 'x Page 27 l vl l w w 1 A 5 I N Peggy Allen Dolores Almada Gilbert Almcrda Frances Anderson Fremont Anderson Iackie Anderson Iohnnie Anderson Genevieve Antzoulatos Iane Archer Helen Arnett Bill Babcock Oscar Baca Martin Bacal Bob Bailes Donald Bain Lois Baker Barbara Baldwin Peggy Baldwin Anita Barker Bob Bariol Bob Bauer Bill Bough Iohn Baumer Mary Frances Beal Kr! 1 . Q Y en.. I. 2,5 y v. . : A ' fzu' V1 'x".:'x W v w ,, :E 'Z " ' W eg, me is 'W' r, if . :S K' ,W ff s X 14 4.4 .3 5 w CQ 11,115 N' Q" . l , 4, , Q' .M L .. .E 9- . 1 U A Q " G' 3 56? l frl me Q, wsffw,mn,..f A . , ' 3, ' af: 'E W fzafg . ' K-e.. Sl. , Y' Y ' -.1 V 222254 tu- W - n ' if , , 4' r 'e 1 . 'f-3 " .wx H ' W' QM l e Q lr- ! 'f5" -. 1 ' I ij H A lr l nt gig. is , Y 'J' ,V if 1 5 3 F5 f L P E2 Y mg! .. 1 - vigrx.. J. V , rg. e -, " 1 li, . e . 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W ..f, -1.,,,4'T' .Q B i 4 B nii . f W 2 'Ai'-13 B 5, - 'B Pngf- :ev Clifford Bleich Nancy Bloch Geraldine Bootman Bob Borboa Mary Ellen Boughlon Barbara Bowen Iere Boyer Roger Braden Rosemary Bracliield Emma Brasker Ernest Bravo Art Brinkmeyer Ada Brown Barbara Brown F W 4:-CP Eddie Brown L ' B J Beverly Buck Eunice Buckeye Ted Buford leanette Bullock Norma lean Bunch Barbara Bunton Pat Burke Bob Burkholder Chuck Burnett A If 33? 1 fl 1 , f ai , .,., . 'ef A ia' 1? ld ...afv pg .am aus' YS? in we 1 B r Q 5 'Q -2 fa- . e i .Bt :H gif: f. "3 Page 30 mga Bob Burroughs Barbara Burrows Alva Bustamante Harold Butler Tom Butterfield loe Caid Margie Callahan Charlotte Calvillo Marilyn Cameron Don Campbell Rebecca Canales Tony Canez Ted Capen Prank Cardenas Edna Carey Nina Carrasco Q - 'fa , em 1 l Q-H1 'EB' :IZ W -L' H-1 -LH iq U ,hm A -. f .:.,E i I :ji I , H ., l.x I 1 Eg , - 1 l Q' l nn V X ,11. fn-Q.. Page 31 Consuelo Carrillo Fred Carrillo Genaro Carrillo Gloria Carrillo Robert Carrillo Bob Carroll Don Carson Dortha Carson Maryanne Carson Richard Casanova Timothy Carling Alice Cervantes leon Chapel Kenneth Cheeseman 'Eh' Beverly Church X.. if 4 Margaret Clcxmpiti Melroy Cluyior ' ' Bi11C1inqingsmith ,C - .W 1 f C l Ioni Clore "" C' I I Katie Coker 135:33 I b f v e p4 ,A Lloyd Colbeck Mcxrimnn Coldwater qi M, Olive Condii Sylvia Conelly 1 5 ' ' f."-wr 1 ,. 1- Tw Q- Q -, I -"gt 1 X L 1 h e 1 gi - ,, YQ. w 55" gy 1 .Ax qv, Q N f ' x W 3 if 1 -1 A -ff-1: -4 isis N- 1 'L er . V or v5,ii'4-4.- , 4 1 , A 1 ' ' , gs 4 . . ,ime:32-f- he .13 e '2f"?T1 - 595 f ,- , ,L 45 ?E'eii4'-:- 3' ,.57?4i, V. 'Q ' it Page 32 Phil Confer- I. V. Cook Voris Cook Ed Cooper John Corbett David Cordinq Raclare Cordis Socorro Corral Barbara Cowper Carolyn Cox Ned Cranston Melva Cranz Bob Crawford Pauline Crews Bill Critchlow Margaret Cromer ifvmi - ,AS- - f 20 'R 'Z' Bill Crull Iosie Cruz Charles Cunningham Dick Curlis Brad Daily Don Daney Bernice Daniels Homer Darnall Peggy Daum Anne Davenport Gilbert Davila Adrienne Davis lack Davis Nancy Davis t-Mag guru Marvin Dawdy , 5,- 1 , ,Elly ,ZH ,,. ff" . .X4,- x-,, ' J v 1-6 Sydney Deal V V . Q ...,,. 1 .Vt 134 I ,fi Helen Delahanty 7 Pat Denney '53 l Eleanor De Porter ' xp-7 all Barbara Derinq W- f Eileen Dick Tom Dickinson S, af' Kathy Dillas lean Ditzel f Y .,..- in 'fi nt sf' " I i. . . ' ' F5 ' .. H K MM' ' . , . ,tt H Wag., 't Yffergkw W A f P - D N in 'l"v' I A bu, 1 t, Q .. . .sf ll ' . 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V . ,rf N ag, f"'7 R I Page 46 f V 5 l xg, M ., wi' ,df is 5 Don Morgan lack Morgan Richard Morrison Bill Mott Ruth Mullins Pat Murray Iucly Musser Doris Myers Pai Myers Harry Nadler Myrtle Natchez' Carole Iglesion Barbara Nevius Gene Nixon Beity Norwood Oscar Nunez 15' SI: ? LAK A Q-gr 'ww- Dolores Ocakowski Tean O'Connel1 Elaine Olesen Dick Olson Mary Onq Glenn Orr Armando Ortega Delia Ortega Elaine Orth -Roman Osuna lane! Oxnam Ioe Ozmun Elma Padias Loretta Palermo 4, Andrew Pappas Spike Parnell si- Iune Passer Frank Patania Nancy Pattison lack Paity A nf Qgjiiz' , I 4 ran, ,ff P- Douq Pearce -1.5 A 1 ' Ffaiivii L ' . ' Mike Campano Perez , ,, ,g Mike Chavez Perez f' ' Q Richard Perez K ,N A X - r '1::, .' ' .25 ,F 'I , R , MQ I i N Page 48' Dick Perkins Della Perry Ronnie Perry Willie Pierson Richard Pinnell William Pitts Natalie Ponce Shirley Poppen Mary Ann Poss Betty Powell Mary Alice Powers Ronald Poze Anne Price Dennie Price Norman Price Lois Prushcx , vii-1 j , - ' :':3?5 5:5:3., ' ' ..3:5P ':"-:i."gi- ' Q A ' Njfgy km i ' ., ' 6555 ..' x' ' v . - ' H ll, '. ' I . J n ' Q ,,,,, 1, u wr , 1 1 ties: . f , ,. get lir ., My f 1 9 M . ,rw 2 531: " t fi 'F' an 'Z ,L if f" TS!" ,,.4Iv' .-,mf---Y.T. f, V J U, ,asv I 3 A I .57 t S N -ff K -0 "I Rosanna Rios Phil Robbins 1 Louise Roberts Wanda Roberts Bancroft Robertson Fred Robertson Barbara Robin Bernita Robinson 1.7 Betty Reeves A Emma lean Regeser Stella Renaud Harry Resinger Frances Reuter ji Iulius Revello George Rider Mary Ann Ridqewa .- Ev I ss- , nh ' --1 s-L ! "1 7 -H -11g.a:5:t5f1:gg?t3. " ... 1, 4 ,. jr Elizabeth Riesqo Albert Riqoli 'N' Ernest Rigoli -5 lim Rincon JJ Page 50 Iacqui Robinson A f. - x X l . 1 'X lohn Robinson .l si ' Q F-p lm X - I I ., mi' Angel Rodriguez W . W 4 Victoria Rodriguez W ' Q Carmen Rodriguez Betty Roe 'X Sally Rogers Leonard Rojeski 1,4-CT." I l If i t V ! 'n k L- l' K3 l l qv, ,Ti -,N ' V K 5, xx X ,K .. H "' F-ST ,- as fix ' A lx "" ' ig? ' lei QL, z K .!H.liiiiAiltf.' , in 1 in Q Art Ronquillo Dora Ronquillo Dolores Ronquillo . 'V-3 .4 ' Anne Rood ' 1 ! Iim Rosenbaum Iulia Rourke A. ,, 'x 4 -eq , 2 Q Louis Sabala "gi ' Wh E' 8 Manny Sabalcr Emil Sanchez Roy Sandoval Iimmy Sarrels Aileen Schell Page 51 ,--..,,,, ......-,.,i-... , -. Uwe V lM.,, my , ,, ..,,.. , , ,weft , M fi., ,N 3 X sq , W .. l. H Mg , H IO 1 7! 1 Q! :iw R x r H ' X . X lm N f... , . WR 5.2 , X ,Q v v , -. H 2 1? v z 3 , K3 i :M I, fl "-'ji' Q l be X A Bill Shelton Richard Sheriey Wilson Shing Berdie Simpson Dee Simpson Murray Sinclair Mary Lee Skinner Dana Sloan ll ke I N I 1 . Page 52 '-Q M 'F Iimrny Schock Ioan Schulz Shirlee Schuman lane Schwerin Shirley Scott Ruben Serncz Roberl Servanies Pat Serventi Margie Seymour Iimmy Shaar Diane Shaw Valeria Sheaffer 1' f 'K m. is-rff f u Qi ' vu Fin? NW' 1 w 1' ' , im, 1 ,,.. ey fgEs1.,,,!r 4' ,- -1-1 ' Lf , 1 .. if xv! 0 ll V! f so V A TM A il lg? B Alice Soiomcyor Bill Spivey Donna Stallings Dick Stcxpp Lou Ella Sleninqer Bob Stephenson Shirley Stephey Frances Stewart Mary Stewart Ray Stewart Ieun Stowell Dolores Strittmatier E 'Sr' Qi W :la S I I t ' "'-- A M J' 4-P' Victor Tedeschi Beatriz Tellez Gloria Temple Bob Thomas Dave Thorne Arlene Tippett Mildred Tipton Celia Torres Q VS Sei. ,,-,gee '- V w S WP, - .lgl J: HA in r S Page 54 Dell Subleite Wilson Sundt Alice Sutherland Douglas Sutiori Iulia Suly Alice Tang Connie Tang Dick Tanner Iessie Tapicl Cliff Taylor Donald Taylor Helen Taylor Nancy Tout Dolores Traub Iesus Trias c .ug-.Q ,. a I W 2 I George Tsaguris Sue Tuggey lack Turner Q Sam Turner .cb a Mary Ann Upham Y 1'-. 'Pi Q uhm: 11.1 - .K , , by-, -Q 4 1 . I Y ,I u Hg ' L 5 3, E I .. .V -1 X4. ' - . v -z , 1 . ' if 13e,.j Page 55 Q-'Y' Robert Uptigrove Yolanda Vasquez Elvira Vega Ge-ne Velasco Otto Verch Mary Frances Vesi Freida Viaene loan Vietinghoff Slella Villa Bea Villasenor Ioe Villegas Albert Vogel as . Fm '5 "?'5- 1"" fix Iimmy Wheeler Doug While lomei Wiqhlwick Ann Wilcox Aida Wilkins Mohczlio Williams LeRoy Willis Ann Wilson 'S Mczrie Voirol Jim Walker Dawn Wcxrd Eloise Word Esther Warner Ira Warner Henry Way Lawrence Wehrle Pczi Welch Sylvia Wesson Blake Wesi Bonnie Wheeler E ,Ji A il fx? Qi "A 1 xl I :Hx-4 , l L al 1 V , 5 3:7 A Z7 Q l i lvl x fl ' fi f . of ' W Y " V V .34 'f -4315 Page 56 Bob Wilson Cynthia Wilson A- 'MV' 'N '! W Orene Wing x' Marvin Wolin l ' vf .. ,r 1 4? - Q- 1 ,M J l 1' 'f f' mln? Rosalie Wong Tom Wong Marqarei Woodruff Y- Ioan Woods en fi? . --- Jil- 1: ' ff r l f f 1 , in . Q U H H Q. . r W H H lk' i 1 Az! , fe? l Lois Wright Iulia Ybarra 'S Vernon Yeiter .Molly Ynesta Pat Young lp. 'ff Tiff, I ,, LJ., Page 57 Dora Yslas Barbara Zemliclca Sue Zimmerman Q Mary Kate Zinn N ll Loy Eich Ken Hood Tommy Meehan 11' IERRY TOLLE President omiom Early in September, the class of '51 step- ped into their roles as juniors. Spurring them to bigger and better things, Ierry Tolle wield- ed the gavel, with lim Lindsey aiding him and Peggy Cox recording their efforts. Dick Hancock and Bob Pesqueira represented and publicized their class in the Student Council. Clubs, publications and sports saw the jun- iors rise to positions of importance, and rec- ognition came to them in various ways Outstanding personalities were elected to the House of Representatives, while others work- ed diligently for the Iunior Red Cross and the Honor Service Society. A select few were chosen to swell the National Honor Society's ranks and to form the nucleus of that organ- ization tor next year. The officers, with class advisor, Ernest Mariscal, began plans early in Ianuary for the traditional Iunior Prom. On March 18 all their dreams and plans became a reality. With the Seniors as honored guests, the class ot '51 opened the doors to the Iunior-senior Prom, drearnland of "Moonlight and Roses." 'Qt PEGGY COX Secretary IIM LINDSEY Vice-president Page 58 .xi omior obmci .....-.IIIQV Row 1: Ann Stockwell, Kathy Stofit, Peggy Cox, Shirley Moore, Jeanne Matteson, Virginia Brown. Row 2: June Van Sickle, Zita Leeson, Teta Martyn, lane! Gilberi, Ieanetie Olcmder, Ioan Smith, Marijohn Sundt. Row 3: Jimmy Lindsey, Terry Garcia, Margie Sainz, Darlene Wentz, Ianie Hepner, Dundee Hueftlein, Sally Boyle, Guy Lyman. Row 4: Iim Warren, Johnny Collins. Dick Hancock, Ion Robson, George Wilcox, Ierry Tolle, Bob Pesqueira. Q ,ggggw . , , ,,. MR. ERNEST MARISCAL Working on the prom Advisor Page 59 -Barbara Abbott Betty lean Adams David Abbott Peggy Adams Verna Abel ' Shirley Adkins Neil Abrams Betta Aguilar Rudy Acosta Hector Aguirre lcrmes Aikens Bob Albritton Edward Alday Gwen Aldridge Ian Alexander lim Allen Ioanne Allen Sue Allen Laurel Alloway Lupe Alvarez Gus Amcxdo losephine Anaya Bill Anderson Don Angel Dick Anklam Florence Archer Rita Arellano Ruben Arellano Hollis Armstrong Tom Armstrong ,l 1 ,, W ' Q .ln D Z A - fx A, f fini.. "" ' , A V ' : I Ay 5 M Z, Q l rail? t ' W 'X' " l f-: inf or Q Xtra . 'A a 'N' ' 1 ' - ' ,,nt " . . 5 N 1, ' , R N ,Q :-k Q .g, I Q V 1 t., "l' , B 'A W I ' w ill gf Kilt' Wig 3 A . . xv lv' .ft-1 Y- -- 1, I xi 2 , ,. 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Burrow Alice Comacho Gloria Carrillo lean Cavender Phyllis Clark Page 63 W I ill HERE in ir 4 ,X .S :aff Q L,-4 - -9- 'ee , ' -1 vie' ' ' 'N-, - . Scoli Bunnell ferry Busby Vida Camarena Shirley Carroll Marie Chapman Ted Clark .....i-swf. Marilyn Burke Iuarxiia Bushroe Billy Carnes Andy Casillas Henry Chau , Walter Clark Claudia Clawson Carol Cohen Betty Confer Alpha Cornelius Marqie Cowper Charles Creaqer f t A 'iw 1- 2 . f ,w X 0 ti mv tml ? A gi t T252 fi .sf fm.. Catherine Claypool Gary Cohn Charlotte Conover Paul Corso Peqqy Cox Howard Creswell . I ' , U ,, Q 'X !lxs . .t,, avg 5 l .f L- A : l:, ' rf . '4 I tt I We S , ll 'Y' --1 ,fl J 1' 4. Marvin Cline Rudolph Cole lohn Conrad Ioyce Cortner Bonnie Crabtree Bobby Criqer ! Ji, ' J ...f I t 2 1 is l srl' 'G lf' ff Page 64 .1 Bill Codd Barbara Coffman Iohn Collins Shirley Condi! 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Iim Duncan Dorna Edwards Norma Enclres Amalia Estrada Rachel Facio Claudia Fields Bill Earle Arnold Elias Marilyn Erierson Eleanor Estrada Brad Farber Norman Fish Iohn Eaton Ronnie Eaton Pat Elliott Shirley Ellis Charlotte Epley Conrad Ericson Katherine Eubanks lean Evans Norma Felix Gloria Fender Frances Fisher Connie Foley as Rosella Edgar Harry Elster Stella Escalcxnte Elizabeth Ewald Tom Ferquson Armando Ponies fu? Q I N ,wi -' J 4 "5 :5 1 1' L 5 . Y-. x wi . 1 F , Sw '--. ' l m W . ...., Ik V ..!!4', Page 66 gag.. Q ' Q. f., . K-QQ' rl Yr 'rw an 'K 'QT 5 X 5- ' H - 1 wi ,,,,fX" xy i ,Ml xqwm Richard Ford Leia French Dale Funk Elnora Ganoung Sonya German Bertha Gomez I fx e Kenneth Forlow Lou Froehlinq Don Funk Cruz Garcia Icmet Gilbert Arthur Gonzales Roxie Lee Foxe Sally Fuellharl Nova Dee Fuirell Pa! 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A ,er i - my, , V, , i :lj ' 5 M if U ,, X A Robert Lulcacs Sara Lyerly Nancy Lyons Lorraine McCollum Charles Mclver Albert Macqueen Elvia Manzo Virginia Marsh Page 73 Dick McCorkle Donald McKerIie lim Macqueen Richard Marizo Arlene Marshall Nancy McCowan Mary McMillan Don Makarov Austin Marcos Ana Maria Martinez Ernie Martinez Bonnie Maseeh Ronald Mayes loseph Midler Nancy Mitchell I ack Moore K-.rg an Q Y,- Vf .K -'Ss l 'T :- J .S fl i . 4, N 7 gl' 'st' 2 - . gl i 13' A N 'T . 'K--V 'S Q INN? ,fl V 25 sd f 1 . Mary Martinez Iecmne Matteson Marylee Meehan Dick Miller Larry Monier Shirley Moore ff Oscar Martinez Marlynn Matthews Mercy Mejia Iohnny Miller Charles Monreal Apolinct Morales .-Imam, ii- 'VE' , ' , r 'T vs f" 4 .Q 1 p "-' I Y 'ff l X ,Y L 'S - ,Y 5. ' 1-.N X gs- I Q . . 'sa -. I . A Q fre-5' G X 5 xx, ,HJ ,rf f x 1 , x ii? f :gf I I . nrt.. Page 74 Teta Martyn Charlotte May Art Mendoza Michael Mincheif Georqe Montes Lois Moron . .- ,rf .I t7 A . ,.. ti 4' ef' A 'Nz JI: ' . 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Rosemarie Paneitierl Helene Perham Robert Pesqueirav Ponder Phillips Mary Lou Pool LaVena Price 1 " "1witf'r "Q" ' Y 'tel x G34 , 5 ' i aj 'P ,A A V' I ' 5, 3 4- Q I P ' A V jf L 'wr 5 z wx 1, W i ii A n - 1 P X 1 ,M 'J Es: Q 1. A M 2 fb 53,14 -1 2, -J ' M . f A 1 , 4- IU 1-7 P II K f' 1 -'I X I 1 xx, , W , ' -, f,.m....,. W. . , ,.,.' ' 4 ' ' if . i'i' ,, v .. Q f , ii: , r - 'Il . '22 A ,A 'FE 'ff P 'J P il l' ff l in 1 QA: U Nl' -ss-v Q . If 1' .hr x V i lair' :Q - ' '-,'f .J ,,.. " ' ' f H ,,, """"f '3gT""-'ff' "" " Q- - 1 T 1 ' . L, P Q 2 W' ra-naw Rag! . " A ' V ,' -1 iw' W K"1- I , -A -,Q , 4 'Q " ., -"-:"' .f-ev - Y . " . M" i-- lim C l . 'LW' ' 'rar we ,f 'fu gr' A X, Y :L -:.,, fi -VME WWF. W -WMy 'i AL -my 1 'ff ny! 1 M 'rr M F - 'Q ,', ' wi ' ' P .JV ' .af vu- 5 ,gr Q ' 1 I' -e Lk .' ' X XC ,f , xl P, A ' ai g - fi 1 .f V , M l' X-22 xx if ' New . - fm I , in bl X ,1,-rg . ti I N ' A le P y 1 , , l u . M , G ig v I, ET rx K . 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Q an Carol Tucker Sadie Turner loel Valdez Shirley VanCoillie Alice Vasquez Alex Verqara , Wiifil-5'r 'r. ' ' 1 -F if-1 I Q S y I V 'i 1 T - A , e, J , Q J . V s 1 Vrrld g l ,,.,, V ..--,,., W f f or f Q 1 if 'V A l l ' 5 x 1 fi! fl' f . l N hm IV . ,..,l T ,- I .jf 72 H I fe -A were , '3 x x ' A, in . li "' ,4 2 1, rf: Q A , I D , .Q I . Y' ,Y -J ' .i - Xl is' 4 ' l M . D My - . , Q 'r--V u Y .W X sl '- ll 'A l 4 A V qi .E X, '. A ' 1 ,A Y , 5 a ., 92 W K Q 7. 5' fa . ' ST' '7 ,AA 1' -" ' Violet Tucker Pat Tudor Charlotte Tully Pat Turpen Glenna Tweedle Daniel Valderiegro Vera Valencia LaViria Vanl-loy Frank Vasquez Eddie Villalobos Page 81 Virginia Valencia Katherine VanSant Laura Vasquez Ann Vleck Mary Valenzuela lune VanSickle Carlos Velasquez Yvonne Wade Lorene Walker Iosephine Wandersee LaVeme Watson Merlenya Weiizel Mary Iane Westmoreland Sally Whiie Lewis Walrath Ella Mae Ward lo Weaver " Barbara Welch Robert Wheeler Shirley White Dick Walter Ielf Ware Pai Weber Darlene Wentz Gordon Whisler Sue lo While , .,,: 19 1 ' f Q ' .1 E D , , m . " 'N if' f V. x A -5 ii, 'U' 1 x ff ' x r . e .. Q .3 X'- K 2' L 'li 1 vm .N l I -Q L Q W H 4 it N V " 1 ,e59'iHflQ' 1 we Af wi' , W ,lx S x nj I I 9 , f, QM ,. NM pw-A K 1 . ' w 9' ' Q- , . rl ' ' lla 1 l' f L , V' Vx" J' 'P .r-.. z f r he 'Q 4' 'V V 3, . ' 21's 9 , ,Q ps ' V zlg 5 A :rf l flier X .aqf - ,fi - ff: , K- . if 4 :EY ' f ,qgg E I , iw' ,I .f " 'll ,H Q mmm ,V 5 - .y I 1 , ' 3 . 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S, lf,'?'E t, J .' 5 , th N' 21 , 1:1 . ARTHUR CLAWSON .5210 OIWLOIAQJ Marked by worried frowns or nervous gig- gles as they hurried to class in September, sophomores made the transition to high school life with amazing' rapidity. By Ianuary it was difficult to tell Whether the class of '52 were lowly sophomores or lofty seniors. Working and planning toward the high- light of their first year in THS demanded much of the free time of this enterprising class during the spring months. Centered around the original theme of President "The Cots Howl", the Sophomore Hop was cleverly arranged and skillfully decorated. The Walls were hung with brilliant red streamers, and side panels were covered by murals depicting bobby-soxers, piloting hot rods. Caricatures of name bands captioned with their theme songs added atmosphere to the underclassmen's carnival. Spurred to constructive effort by class ad- visor Ted Bailey, sophomore officers Art Clcrwson, Don Traub and Shirley Seal suc- ceeded in putting their fledgling class on the THS map. Representing the sophomores in the student council were Doug Holsclaw and Beryl Hawes. SHIRLEY SEAL Secretary i 1 I A .Qf4Z'l17i., . x f l DON TRAUB Vice-President Page 84 . ,Q f' 1 he . 'sim la -1, ,. .. Row Row Row Row ROW . -L- L , ,.., E Y ' NP . ' ii ' - -Q ' MR. TED BAILEY Advisor ,SOPHOMORE HOP COMMITTEE LeCave, Talmage, Kizer, Thorson, Mattingly, Farmer, Haythorne. Ramsell, Wright, Hawes, Iohantqen, Sparks, Dickey, Lilly. Luqlan, Reusser, Seal, Glad, Shepard, Dawson, Britten, Shipman. Snoddy, Grady, Beach, Leahy, Reicly, Palmer, Traub, Holsclaw. Alkire, Milligan, Matthews, Rosensweiq, Clawson, Iackson, Preparing for the Hop Page B5 QW F3 l 55 , .. Y, J if X . ,jrf - L , .als , 1-, Armida Acosla f giirwv .,', , E733 Eddie Allen J L -:-. 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MW' ' -K 2 Yak KM F fl ,H '91 M 'ul Pk : ' Wil Du'Yf'fw .. pw? , K ij, ' Z ,fm ioofzaf GRID TRIUMVIRATE Greer, Pearson, Egbert Page 102 'Qui COACH "RED" GREER Tucson 'Iiucson Tucson Tucson Tucson Tucson Tucson Tucson Tucson Tucson SCORES 12-13 26- 7 26-13 7-12 14-28 28- O 19- 7 13- 6 40- 0 45- 7 Amphitheater Bisbee North Phoenix Mescr St. Morry's Douglas Phoenix Union Glendale Prescott Yumcx Hard-fought, "heads-up" football character- ized the 1949 opening battle between the Tucson Badgers and the crosstdwn Amphi Panthers. Led by all-state quarterback Bob Hart, who scored two touchdowns and added the extra point, the underrated Panthers set us on our heels with the close tally of 13-12. Halfback Benny Rincon and fullback Tom Meehan scored Tucson's only touchdowns in the second half but tell short of the Amphi assault by a blocked placement for the extra point. After their close defeat by the Panthers, the Badgers bounced back to take an easy 26-7 win against the undermanned Bisbee Pumas. Fullback Craig Drachman, haliback A. V. Humphrys and end Paul Gleave piled up the score for this game. Tucson added to the positive again in an upset victory over the hightly-touted North Phoenix Mustangs with the score of Z6-13. Led by Benny Rincon in a 91-yard dash, the Bad- gers overcame a 13-7 halftime deficit to race on to victory. Also scoring were Tom Meehan, Hal Preston and Bill Worthington who carried a 40-yard pass over the goal for the initial game tally. Fighting a 7-6 halftime lead against the powerful Mesa Iackrabbits, our battered but Row l: Caid Lacagnina, Serna, Kelly, Hardesty, Daily, Lieberman, Critchlow, Smith, Iames. Row 2: I. Rincon, McDaniel, Acosta, Hood, Meehan, Kenner, R. Drachman, Biesemeyer Mather, Gleave, Delfosse, Kelly. Row 3: Ybarra, Bouschet, Sitz, Crutchfield, Humphrys, Monier, B. Rincon, Kavathas, Wagner Sillik, Ford, Mernbrila. 1 1 Row 4: Lopez, DiPiazza, Nelson, Porter, Richards, Creswell, Ramsey, Worthington, C. Drach- man, Boyle, Carbajal, French, Amado. Row 5: McCorkle, B. Preston, Castillo, Young, Allen, Krohn. determined squad took the field against the hard-fighting Mesa team and succeeded in holding the Iackrabbits to a single touchdown in the third period. Our lone 'touchdown came midway in the first quarter on a 15-yard pass from Hal Preston to Benny Rincon, who raced twenty-five yards for the score. Opposing us at Tempe in om' fifth encounter were the strong St. Mary'si Knights. Living up to their favorable press ratings, the Knights scored two markers in each half to down our hard-fighting squad 28-14. Little A. V. Humphrys' tallied both touch- downs on a quick-opener for seven yards :sl--nam, Row 1: Centers: Luke Hardesty, Ruben Serna. we - Row 2: Ends: Lee Kenner, Paul Gleave, Mike Lacaqnina. Row 1: Frank McDaniel, Tackle: Ken Hood, Tackle: Roy Drachman, Guard: Dean Bieserneyer, Tackle. Row 2: Guards: Fred Acosta, Howard Lieberman, Harold Mather, Brad Daily. Pag 104 C and an 84-yard romp to the goal. Both touch- downs were in the first quarter, but two scores were called back via the foul route, thus providing a closer game than the score indicated. ln their sixth tussle the Badgers returned to the win column by blasting the Douglas Bulldogs 28-U at the THS stadium. In making amends for their previous losses, the Badgers played hard with -A. V. Humphrys again lead- ing the scoring parade with a 24-yard dash around end for six points. Also chalking up points toward victory were Craig Drachman and Benny Rincon. ln game number seven Tucson was matched with the favored Phoenix Union Coyotes, but the tilt resulted in victory number tour for the Badgers. Tallying the 19-7 score in the sur- prise upset were A. V. Humphrys, Mike La- cagnina, who took a short pass from Hal Pres- ton in the end zone, and Benny Rincon, who received an aerial toss from Ioe Caid and galloped forty yards for the touchdown. Playing in a downpour for their eighth game of the season at Glendale against the Glendale Cardinals, the Badgers added an- other victory to their score column with a 13-7 win. Diminutive Ioe Caid and speedy Tom Kelly scored the winning touchdowns. Both teams were hindered by the muddy field: our own speedsters found trouble in keeping their footing. Still triumphant, Tucson traveled to the mile-high city of Prescott to take on the Pres- cott High Badgers. Determined to down the Prescott squad by a larger margin than the Row 1: Ioe Caid, Quarterback. Row 2: Iimmy Rincon, Halfbackp Tommy Kelly, Halfback: Tommy Meehan, Fullbackp Bill Critchlow, Haliback. Arnphi Panthers carried away the previous week, Tucson scored a 40-U victory. Making the points' this encounter were Iirn Rincon, Tom Meehan with two markers, and Ioe Caid with a quarterback sneak and two beautiful passes to Art Lopez. To highlight an outstanding season, the Badgers took a favored 45-7 win over the Yuma Criminals and wound up their season with seven wins and three losses. Although opening the year with a loss, the Badgers were, nevertheless, victorious over such state Page 105 powerhouses as Phoenix Union, North Phoe- nlx and Mesa High. Many times outstanding line-play spelled the margin for victory. Exceptional linemen were guards Brad Daily, Manny Drachman, and Mike Lacagina, and tackles Ken Hood and Charles Deltosse. Receiving due honors for the season's play were guards Brad Daily and Manny Drachman, who were, respective- ly, first and second team class A all-state selections. Benny Rincon was chosen for hali- back position on the second all-state squad. Row 1: Becker, Lopez, Hon, Elias, Iacobs, Wooos, Marguia, Gallardo, Low Emery. Row 2: Nunez, Festin, Dotzenrod, Franco, Hughes, Vance, Yslas, Robinson Sutherland, Barr. I Row 3: Codd, Palomino, Halverson, Vreeland, Aragon, Payne, Wolfe, Valdovin Contreras, Cordova, Schwab, Ochoa. Row 4: Smith, Perkins, Hunts, Braddock, Swindle, Irwin, McLain Walker Milligan, Johnson. I , Go get him, Benny! Page 106 Tucson High's 'cub football team en- joyed one of the most successful sea- sons in recent years winning live of their six games. The Cubs defeated the Amphi "B" squad twice and triumphed over the Tucson Indian School in two successful encounters. Matched against the Casa Grande junior varsity in a hard-fought game, the Cubs pulled down another victory but were defeated in Nogales by a Nogales varsity team. Coached by Hank Slagle and Elbert Brooks, members of the Cubs played scrappy football in hopes of making the 1950 varsity squad. Outstanding prospects for next year include quar- terback Bill Codd, Halfback Jim Iacobs and linemen Iim McClain, Iohnny Wal-, ker and Bill Perkins. Watch out, Craig! E ," Managers: Dave Perrin, Jimmy Wheeler, Train er Ted Bailey, Pete Mayer. Page 107 gmgelfgaf ,l.'E?, -3 - gg T- ' ' 1 -Q D W COACHES WHITE AND DOOLEN COACH "BUD" DOOLEN SCORES Tucson ..... 28-30 ..... Nogales North Phoenix Tucson ..... 42-45 ..... Tucson ..... 62-Z6 ..... Tucson ..... 63-34 ..... Tucson ..... 52-5 l ..... Tucson -----54-45----- Tucson ..... 49--38 ..-.. Amphitheater Douglas Mesa Glendale Phoenix Union Yuma Bisbee Tucson ..... 67-35 ..... Tucson ..... 49-39 ..... Tucson ..... 59-35 ..... West Phoenix Phoenix Union North Phoenix Tucson ..... 40--43 ..... Mesa Tucson ..... 48-51 ..... Tucson ..... 36-50 ..... Tucson ..... 64-43 ..... Phoenix Tech Tucson ..... 58-34 ..... Prescott Tucson ..... 52-51 ..... Nogales Tucson ..... 65-43 ..... Glendale Tucson ..... 55-47 ..... Douglas Tucson ..... 38-30 ..... Bisbee Tucson ..... 73-36 ..... Amphitheater Tucson ..... Tucson ..... Page 108 STA'I'E TOURNAMENT 49-23 ..... Yuma 44-46 ..... Mesa Row 1: Tom Kelly, Homer Darnell, Gil Montoya, Dave Inglis, Lee Kenner, Dick Wheeler. Row 2: Danny Valdenegro, Frank Lockhart, Roy Brown, lim Lindsey, Billy Marshall, Ierry Tolle, Don Carson. Row 3: Bob Pesgueira, Austin Marcos, Bob Mann, Steve Schneider, Eddie Iacobs, Fred Taylor, Freddy Rico, Rossie Hendrix. 6 Still one of the state's dynamos, the Tucson Badgers won seven out ot their first nine games and found themselves with a good chance for the class A basketball title and the state champ- ionship. Although their two-year, fifty-one game winning streak was broken by the Nogales Apaches in the first game this year, the Tucson quintet soon es- tablished themselves, along with North Phoenix and Mesa, as one of the big three in the state. Center Dave Inglis and forwards Lee Kenner and Gil Montoya, led the Bad- gers in their first nine games for the scoring, while guards Dick Wheeler and Tom Kelly set up plays and defend- ed the backcourt. Inglis set an early season scoring record against the Yuma Criminals by chalking up twenty-nine points. This was accomplished by sinking nine field goals and eleven free throws out of fourteen. After defeating the West Phoenix Thunderbirds, 59-35, the Badgers pro- ceeded to lose to Mesa, 43-40, Phoenix Union, 51-48 Cin an overtirneb, and North Phoenix, 50-36. This placed Tuc- son in third place, a position they held Guards, Horner Dcrrnelly Tom Kelly, Dick Vlfheeler. Forward, Lee Kenner Center, Dave Inglis: Fori Word, Gil Montoya. Page 110 egg- f lf iq K X JR, li Cl , ,ff . Row l: Charlie Haymore, Bobby Rauh, Iimmy McLain, Art Clawson, Harvey Hale. Row 2: Gene Mejiag Herman Ruiz, Tommy Tellez, Albert Wilson, Don Snyder, George Win. Row 3: Iay Bridwell, Howard Wilson, Iack Young, Ierry Murphy, lim Chapel. the rest of the season. Completing the rest of the year undefeated, Tucson had a 15-5 win-loss record. A late season 52-51 victory over the Nogales Apaches gave Tucson revenge for their earlier loss to the border boys. A Entering the class A tournament rat- ed number three, Bud Doolen's boys trampled Yuma, 49-23, and then lost to Mesa in the semi-finals. 46-44. Following the tournament two Bad- gers were named on the all-tourney team. Kenner was selected for a first string forward slot and Wheeler, for second string guard. Inglis gained first string center position on the all-confer- ence team, named by the eight coaches following regular season play. in individual scoring, Inglis led, fol- lowed by Kenner. Montoya and Wheel- er were next in line, and Bill Marshall, reserve, was fifth. Kelly placed sixth behind Marshall. Outstanding reserves were Bill Mar- shall, Franlc Lockhart, Charlie Oden, Horner Darnell, Roy Brown and Bob Mann. Other members of the squad were Austin Marcos, Steve Schneider, Fred Rico, Eddie Iacobs, Rossie Hendrix, Bob Pesqueira and Fred Taylor. Page 111 l Managers: Don Carson: Danny Valdeneqro EIJQLGZ Mr.,Bc:i1ey cmd Mr. Slciqle SQ. 4 COACH "HANK" SLAGLE SCORES Tucson Glendale Tucson Phoenix Union Tucson Mesa Tucson West Phoenix Tucson Mesa Tucson Yurncx Tucson Yuma Tucson Nolth Phoenix Tucson U. of A. Frosh Tucson Alnphi Tucson Arnphi Tucson U. of A. Frosh Tucson North Phoenix Tucson West Phoenix Tucson Phoenix Union Tucson Glendale UNIVERSITY WEEK Tucson 2 l North Phoenix Tucson 8 3 Mesa jf' . rf- ' 4. . , .4 1 .C ' I ' 1 ' A ry . ' ' . ' - I ,A A Y l- . ! I tif'-4 if ' ' 5 i Q. . I . csg , , A it . 'H' -1 Ji it 'll ' . Y . ft .' " ' W' . 1 Y ' y- 1' Q L A' S E ' In 'aiu -5-- Q gy t'if"' tt"iF"'1 Wa' , W att nt t tic! Ulf t fh a--f as 793050 X9t:Sn,,, ix Sz t 956544 'NQSUlfy 35511, w get cy, N U xt' ,M l - ' J,- llJ .J r i Z I 3 .f r 1 H C71 - ' f ' L65 a t ' 't -55 A- VARSITY How 1: Caid, Torres, Pesqueira, Buntin, Lopez, Elias, Myers, Tellez, Smith. Row 2: Gragg, Bouschet, Manzo, Codd, Felix, Carrillo, Valdez, B. Rincon, Tolle. Row 3: Eaton, Biesemeyer, Valles, Worthington, Karr, I. Rincon, Acedo, Carbajal, Daily. Benny winds up Page 113 Displaying unexpected batting power in their first 'wo games, the Badger baseball team loomed, early in the sea- son, as a state championship contender. Overpowering the Glendale Cardinals, 8-l, and edging by the Phoenix Union Coyotes 9-7, in these two games, Tuc- son jumped into a lead for the class A conference title. The Tucsonian met its deadline be- fore the horsehiders played even their third game: however, games were slat- ed ior the future with Mesa, Phoenix Tech, West Phoenix, Yuma, North Phoenix, Amphitheater and Phoenix Union. Leading hitters in the Glendale tilt were Russ Gragg, with three, and Art Lopez and Benny Rincon, with two each. The Coyote tiff found Fred Car- rillo and Ierry Tolle each getting two. One of Tolle's was a home run. Other homers were hit by Gragg and Bill Worthington. Benny Rincon was the winning pit- cher in the Cardinal fracas while Tolle received credit for the triumph against the Coyotes. Richard Aceclo was ex- pected to start the Coyote game but was injured in batting practice the previous night and so came in only long enough in the seventh inning to insure the Badgers of victory. .1 fl ffgz A J I 5 .11 L. 1 , U. f NC S0 ' UC 5 r , -' ., f ' .ifxl ,Q , H , A' Q4 5 A, Pitchers D1ck Ace-do, Larry , . V R , ' 5 ' , 5 Kcxrr, e j F: Q if I 1 .-wi' -1 'rip 5 . ' 1' fl "'r 4 ' 5 . , r r ' V A ' ,. I, .21 fa' , iii- f ,T V ,?rgfg-a'.11-.aging-m-,.'2.,',. , ef .cw-w,,,f,Q7','-F4' H -,!f3'f 4 hiv: '! P1 I , X Rfgrif YUCS0 cs I Outfieldz Dick Acedo, lim Pan- ?51"u.i con, Brad Daily, Benny Rincon. N' 'Win it .ij r, I N , ,FR ., Q T f ' ' 9'5" :L . ..,.. i ,Y 1.55: :ral A X N My r -V fmffff- X... "'- 'Pj ' X S As-J 'IK ff 1. iv :fr X CS f M ' T I' f Q XZ? 1--if-If N4 Q , 'I mf . 1-fn-r,.' ' r -fn 4 Q . 1 .. 4 ' ' mu 5535 75 x X ' 1 X -1. ram Page 114 , E 1 1, L L, - E gytjftir A ' Pebdit in tug ml M150 e M91 A' if l m:'l'7 12" .w , t3C9Uf A gt 301' jf G QCSQ 5 tb CUB BASEBALL Row l: Mulchay, Klauser, Membrila, Pate, Fisher, Pickett. Row 2: Madero, Hale, Saelens, Poorman, Festin, Caid, Snyder, Payne Beach. Row 3: Gallardo, Herscowitz, Sutherland, Chapel, Ochoa, Kqmpmeler Braddock, Good, Halverson. Other pitchers on the squad were Glenn Bouschet, Larry Karr, George Smith and Fred Valles. Dick Torres was the number one catcher while Mike Cruz, Iohn Eaton and Dick Manzo provided reserve strength. . First baseman were Gragg and Lee Myers, while Arnold Elias and Bill Buntin guarded the keystone sack. Pro- tecting the hotcorner were Fred Carrillo and Ice Caid with Bill Codd, Calistro Felix, Dean Biesemeyer, Tommy Tellez and Alex Valdez filling in at shortstop. 'The outer pastures were patrolled by Lopez, Ben and lim Rincon, Worthing- ton, Henry Carbajal, Brad Daily, Bob Pesqueira and Fred Rico. Managers for the varsity were sen- iors Phil Robbins and Saul Fisher and juniors Glenn Houck and Bob Wise. Their duties were to keep score of all intra-squad and regular season games, and to umpire the intra-squad games. Baseball Managers: Phil Robbins, Bob Wise Glenn Houck, Saul Fisher. Page 115 PMT? . my '15 jug Opening their secsczn with a surprisingly easy 74 V2-381!2 win over the Glendale Cardinals, the Tucson Badger track squad, coached by I. D. "Doc" Van Horne, was established as an early season favorite to take the seventh straight state champ- ionship. As this book went to press, only one meet had been play- ed, but future ones were plan- ned with Mesa, Phoenix Union, and North Phoenix in a quad- rangular meet: with Casa Grande, the Tempe Frosh, North Phoenix and Phoenix Union in two-way meets. Also slated for the Badger thinclads were the Arizona Relays at Tempe Col- lege and University Week also at Tempe. On the basis of their first meet, Tucson appeared to be 4 1 -ue?--. 'Q- Row l: Mr. Van Horne, Mr. Brooks. Row 2: Mr. Bell, Mr. Ricks-rt, Mr. Doolen Page 116 R -Q flap - -4 'di' in 'ii' . 5'il5l:ff.hQ,ffi'Q Q75 4 " ls . lk ll 5 i K 'fo f XA 4 I l. D. "DOC" VAN HORNE SCORES Tucson ...... Glendale .... Phoenix Union North Phoenix -------- ----74 V2 --- ----38 V2 ---- ----41W ---- ----38W 33 Mesa .......... ...- Tucson ....... ----29 Tucson --. ....... .... 6 9 Casa Grande --- ----44 Tempe Frosh .... .... 6 l W Tucson ....... Phoenix Union ----51W ---- ----48V2 41 Mesa .......... .... North Phoenix --- ----38 Glendale ..... .... 2 7M Tucson ..... .... l 8 Tucson .... -,-- .... 57 North Phoenix --- ----56 Tucson -------------------- 70 Phoenix Union ------------- 43 UNIVERSITY WEEK Mesa ----------------- - ---36 Phoenix Union 23 Glendale ------- ---- 2 2 V2 North Phoenix ---- ---- 21W l6 Tucson --------- -.-- VARSITY Row 1: Wheeler, Maze, Pitts, Bciiles, Lees, Huerta, Hall, McDaniel, Shelton, Kelly, Bartol, Bain Narcho, Colbeck. Row 2: Pesqueira, Nikas, Hancock, Cisson, Mclver, Burroughs, Gleave, Mather, Monier, Per quson, Nelson, Holler. Row 3: Ford, Lopez, Sitz,'Walker, Lehan, Cresswell, Kelly, Porter, Crutchfield, Harris, Young Drachman, Slyter, Amado. very strong in track events, but quite weak in field performan- ces. Alfonso Harris in the 440 looked strong and should main- tain his title as Arizona High School state champion quarter- miler. He turned in a 52.8 time against Glendale and should improve this by the end of the season. Serious competition for him will probably come from Wayne Tuttle of Casa Grande who turned in a first-meet 440 time of 51.5. Charles Lees, state champion half-miler, turned in a 2.00 time for the first meet, and he, too, will probably im- prove his time. Bob Burroughs took both the hiqh and low hurdles in the Glendale meet and looked sur- prisingly qood. He led the squad, closely followed by Iohnny I-Iuerta who ran the hun- Burroughs makes the "Str6'iCfi 31 W Page 117 RUNS AND DASI-IES Row l: Bob Hall, Bob Bartol, Torn Maze, Bob Bailes. Row 2: Charles Lees, Herman Narcho, Don Bain, Lloyd Col- beck, William Pitts. DISCUS AND SHOT-PUT Harold Mather, Frank Mc- Daniel, Paul Gleave. Page 118 HURDLES AND IUMPS Bob Burroughs, Iohn Huerta Tom Kelly, Bill Shelton. dred in l0.4 and captured sec- ond place in the broad jump. Harris garnered a first in the 440 and a third in the 220. Sophomore Henry Lopez snarl ed first place in the mile and showed promise for the next two years. Tucson swept this event from the Cardinals with Dick Hancock placing sec- ond and Don Bain coming in third. The Badgers also swept the 100-yard dash with Huerta, Gus Amado and Bob Hall finishing in that order and the 220-yard dash with Amado, Bob Bailes :md Alfonso Harris running first, second, and third. Sixteen seniors ended their high school track careers at the state meet. They were Bailes, Bolo Bartol, Bain, Burroughs, Lloyd Colbeck, Paul Gleave, Hall, Huerta, Tom Kelly, Lees, Frank McDaniel, Tom Maze, Harold Mather, Bill Shelton, Hermcm Narcho and William Pitts. Row 1: Brookshier, Daily Omelxa Murguxa Van e Irwin Hon Ehas Ioanou Young Van Camp, Silvas, Burns, Vreeland Row 2: Colbeck, Cordova, Palommo Graham Matulis Green Milligan Delfs Murphy Walk er, Hunts, Covert, Fulton, Taylor Mtlcell Row 3: Hughes, Valdovln Woods Amelmg Smith Barber Wilson Benitez Iacobs Baumer Low. 'B 1 2 alll ' -gas: u lun!!! :gunna I In-Ill 'lllll ll llll lllll lllll -Ill' lllll lllllill llllll CITE CSS' IEE! 7 Row l: Bert Kramer, David Diehl, Unky Sundt. Paul Diehl, Brook Grant. Row Z: Phil Malinsky, Ted Emory, Max Volk, Art Wilkinson, Charles Cunningham. Row 3: Fred McWenie, Dick Dryer, Robert Diehl, Neal Kurn. OW ennid M R. DUFFEN .fsiississsifi , -. as wie f ' f- are r 1 it Tucson High's reputation for producing some of the best high school tennis players in the Southwest was upheld by the 1950 squad. Once again the Badgers came up with an aggregation that made a bid for the number one spot in the state throughout the season. From the secxson's start it was felt that the Badgers would finish either as champ or as runner-up. Upon the departure of Iimrny Dye, ranked high among junior players in the United States, Phil Malinsky took over the top berth on the Badger team. Malinsky has attracted attention before this season having earned seventh place in junior rating in the Southwest. Malinsky and Fred McWenie make up the Badger's most dangerous double's combination. They performed well in high school matches and state tournaments. Seeded number three was Un- ky Sundt followed by Ted Emory. This pair of net stars composed Tucson's second double's team. Close behind this set were Charles Cunningham and Dick Dryer who rounded out the squad. The team was coached again this year by William Duifen who has brought Tucson High so many state titles. .Page 120 SCORES Tucson O North Phoenix Tucson O Yuma Tucson 7 Mescr Tucson U Phoenix Union Tucson 7 Mesci Tucson 3 North Phoenix Tucson 7 O Phoenix Union UNIVERSITY WEEK Tucson ...................... 15 Mesa ....................... 1 1 -QQEWQUN ey-v Egfffh f' " 'T ' f. , qw, , X K , , T , YQ ,.fj"F,g , lf , I, Q, .f J V. it. Q"':-154 . W2 -,pn I A my X., j H i ,QT , "' .sz :ig " 1 ' iQE: :,iT, ,-'.Vf'f"" '4 .1i" - W' f . 12, " W H , Jlwy migm , -, ,M L- . A :E . W if-.1 gui- f " 'ii'-Q4 l Y 1 , ". ' U I-"1 . ' " - if ,I Q' "wg ' ' 1 ' , ,.:.,f.g.mz ff " ffiegg K J 1 7 ', ' " ,, A A " ' .ff "1 me . Zig? 3. . of i V ,Lf ig 'bnikggv ' V ' " 4 l f x V , 4 A Good shot, Fred! SENIORS: Unky Sundt, Ted Emory, Fred McWenie, Dick Dryer, Charles Cunningham, Phil Molinsky. D Q H., -Mmm VN., 3 i Q Page 121 Row l: Jeanne Matteson, Barbara Freuclenthal, Mary Grace, Nancy Ryder, Virginia Marsh. Row 2: Diane Shaw, Lois Baker, Iane Archer, Peggy Haymore, Pat Turpen, Charlotte Con- over, Sara Packard. S dlliow 3: Shirley Moore, Mariiohn Sundt, Edna Carey, Mary Lee Meehan, Kate Sasse, Shirley e . 7 ir 5 elfmid MISS HENRY Page Our male athletes were not the only ones to engage in inter-scholastic events. THS boasts also of at team of smiling females who traveled around the state to compete in their favorite sport- tennis. Through the chill of winter and the warmth oi ,tall and spring, these racket wielders practiced faithfully on our courts second period in the morning. Capable coach Miss Sally Henry em- phasized form, footwork and timing. Keen come petition among these enthusiastic Badgers re- sulted in a constant change of ladder positions. Our top tive net stars journeyed to North Phoenix, Mesa and Yuma, playing return matches on our home courts. Iuniors Mary Lee Meehan and Nancy Ryder played their way into top tive spots, while seniors Iane Archer, Peggy Haymore, Edna Mae Carey, Lois Baker, Diane Shaw, Barbara Freudenthal and Mary Grace held high positions throughout the season. The Southwestern tournament in November found the entire advanced tennis squad repre- senting THS. Our energetic gals again held their own against top players of this section of the country in the Arizona State Open Tourney late in March. Membership in the girls' tennis class' was de- termined by results of a qualifying tournament and ladder challenges. 122 I SCORES Tucson 5 2 Yuma Tucson 7 U North Phoenix Tucson 6 1 Yuma Tucson 5 2 Mesa Tucson 7 Q O Mesa Tucson 5 2 North Phoenix UNIVERSITY WEEK Tucson .E.......,............ 1 5 Mesa - E E .....,.... -- 1 1 Nice form, girls hu. " SENIORS: Peggy Haymore, Icme Archer, Barbara Freudenthal, Diane Shaw, Edna Carey, Mary Grace, Lois Baker. Page 123 S Sit I Row l: Spencer I-lolladay, Roy Haskell, Bill Gard, lack Conrad, Fletcher Haskell. Row 2: Bob Ramirez, Iim Warren, Tom Slutes, lim Levy, Neil Brown, Ray Castillo. MR. BLACK Led by four returning Badger golfers, the Tuc- son Linksters started the 1950 season in top form. lim Warren qualified for and held first place during all the spring months. Filling out the other top spots were Bob Ramirez, Iack Conrad, Bill Gard and Ray Castillo. Because of the stiff com- petition, ladder positions changed many times during the season. Coached by veteran linkster Iames W. Black, Badgers practiced at the El Rio Golf and Coun- try Club as part of their regular physical educa- tion program. Matched against Phoenix Union in their first exchange early in March, the Tucson team scored a complete upset, defeating the Coyote team l2V2 -Z V2. Iim Warren was medalist, shooting an even par 70. During the season, the squad entered six matches and two tournaments with various schools: North High, Phoenix Union, Mesa and St. Mary's included. Badger Linksters also competed in two major medal-play tournaments: the Ari- zona Biltmore Invitational and the University Week event. Only Bill Gard, lim Levy and Spencer Holladay were lost to the squad through graduation, thus leaving four .lettermen of the top tive and several well-seasoned golfers for the next year's tourneys. Neil Brown and Tom Slutes, juniors, are up- and-coming players. Close behind them are Roy Haskell, also a junior, and Fletcher Haskell, the only sophomore on the squad. SCORES Tucson ............. ..... 1 ZV2 Phoenix Union --- --- ZW Tucson .........-.......... 12 St. Mcrr'y's ....... . .......... 3 BILTMOBE INVITATIONAL Prescott ..-.-............... 722 West Phoenix ............... 690 Phoenix Union --- ----663 Tucson ........ .... 6 56 North Phoenix --- --.--646 Tucson ...e...............,. 8 North Phoenix ........... , .... 7 UNIVERSITY WEEK West Phoenlx ...........-... 701 Phoenix Union ...........-.. 700 North Phoenix .... .... 6 65 652 Tucson Fore! SENIORS: Bill Gord, lim Levy, Spencer Hollcrdcy, Roy Castillo. QE 5 ,X fu-2 .0 ff, f 5 E Q Page 125 ,ef -.. . , , W ,. , UAVL V , -QU, i A 4 2 rs. , .-t,"?.,.f:s- e - sus-'.Q..f2'3', - T: -"2-, ,' . 5 . Wa ' Q 'li",Q!,,g : -1.5 t. l-:f ' ' 1-an ' "' j fig -s-.1-.. , - 'i 1 ,. ,,,n in 4-7,5 -.I r, . fu- . 5 . - - W 4 f..1.f ' -. is - 1' I ' ' "" - .-.su ' "-:,. tr" --'fab-,L , Row 1: Gail LaBeau, Ann Hall, Shirley Condit, Sara Lyerly, Zola Lyerly, Frances Iontig, Iune Snider, Arlene Bingham, Elma Padias, Donna Stallings. Row 2: Kathy Stoift, Pat Hanley, Loleete Burr, Sally Sancet, Suzanne Laws, Betty Reeves, Melodee Gruber, Frances Anderson, Betty Gross, Barbara Babcock. Row 3: Pat Iames, Theresa Kremer, Barbara Baldwin, Eddie Gillespie, Mary Louise Gump, Carolee-Perry, Page Gray, Nancy Hostetter, Ianet Raver, Pat Young, Iacqui Robinson. Row 4: Caroline Pultz, Derry Mills, Dundee Hueftlein, Suzanne Bradley, Erna Bleztnger, Betty Confer, Loma Grady, Bobsyl McKee, Barbara Burrows, Sylvia Conelly. lerry Young. elyodict 01404 -525 x X vt se 5 MISS ROBINSON Page 126 Graceful girls in gay costumes keep step with the rhythmic tempo. Now they execute an intri- cate pattern: now they present a comic chorus line. And who are they? Why, talented members of our advanced dancing classes who are known to the public as the THS Terpsichoros. Under the guidance of Miss Virginia Robinson, the sixty-one members of the dancing corps stressed posture, style and expression throughout the year. Early December found our light-footed lassies attending a dance symposium at the Arizona State College at Tempe. Later in the month, they made a successful first appearance when they joined forces with the vocal department to pre- sent the annual yuletlde program. Entitled "Christmas Impressions", this profes- sional productton found the girls portraying "The Season", "The Activities" and "The Spirit". The final contribution of these dancers to the enter- tainment of the Tucson public and the student body was their fascinaing spring program which centered around the theme of "Rhythm, Line and Co1or". Numbers in the show ranged from a weird voodoo dance and sequences in vivid color from the "Grand Canyon Suite", to the ex- pressive presentation of "Cloudburst" which closed the program. Officers of the spirited dancing troup included Zola Lyerly, president: Allie Beth Iordan, vice- presidenty and Kathy Stofft, secretary. Capable senior representatives Barbara Baldwin, Melodee Gruber, Suzanne Laws and Caroline Pultz, along with junior class delegates Ann Hall, Gail LaBeau and Susan White, worked with Miss Robinson and the officers on Terpsichorean plans. , ,s ' , . Gr --' 7, , ,. P4 S 1 , , i ' '21 ln l I .U E! ' X, ' 1' - B' - - :.: ' - ' - , CLOUDBURST Row 1: Sara Lyerly, Iune Snider, Gail LaBeau. Row 2: Derry Mills, Pat Hanley. t Row 3: Carolee Perry, Kathy Stofft, Suzanne Bradley. Row 4: Shirley Condit, Betty Confer, Erna Blezinger, Allie Beth Jordan, Barbara Bunion, Lo- leete Burr. ' -gun 5 SEN IORS gi 'Qin-v . Row 1: Page Gray, Suzanne Laws, Betty Gross, Frances Anderson, Sydney Deal,' Nancy Hos- tetter, Arlene Bingham. Row 2: Pat Hanley, Edna Gillespie, Barbara Burrows, Lorna Grady, Bcbsy McKee, Pat Young, Donna Stallings. Row 3: Pat Iames, Theresa Kremer, Barbara Baldwin, Derry Mills, Sylvia Conelly, Melodee Gruber, Caroline Pultz. Page 127 Xi! 'ff 5' flriocf Row 1: Mary Louise Gump, Dona Stallings, Shirley Condit, Pat Gardner. Row 2: Edna Padias, Kathy Stoiit, Sylvia Conelly, Sara Lyerly Sydney Deal. Row 3: Melodee Gruber, Nancy Hostetter, Carolee Perry, Gay Givens, Bobsy McKee, Gail La- Beau, Arlene Bingham, Suzanne Bradley. fi' 5 . jourfi Qriaal Row 1: Loleete Burr, Sue Allen, Frances Iontiq, Ianet Rover. Row 2: Pal Hanley, Susan White, Betty Confer, Allie Beth Jordan. Row 3: Iune Snider. Row 4: Page Gray, Ierry Young, Iacqui Robinson, Patsy Greeson, Barbara Babcock. Row 5: Edna Gillespie, Betty Reeves, Theresa Kremer, Pat Iames, Nancy McRae. Page' 128 .SLM jzrioa! Row 1: Dolores Almada, Ann Hall, Celia Torres, Alice Suther- land, Lorna Grady, Barbara Bun- ton, Helen Munqia. Row 2: Betty Gross, Pat Mare shall, Anne Price, Suzanne Laws, Zola Lyerly, Derry Mills, Dundee I-lueitlein, Royabell Kelly. Row 3: Barbara Baldwin, Flor- ence Mayo, Frances Anderson, Row 4: Barbara Burrows, Sally Sancet, Frieda Shusterman. G' , g I v NX ttf ttf Wil ' '4 l.. . ,, . , Row 1: Peggy Haymore, Iane Archer, Betty Confer. Row 2: Dave Abbott, Frank Whiting. ' Row 3: Lloyd Colbeck. .ylfLtI"6'Ll4fLlftI"6L! SSEOOIJJ Although every student could not hold down a position on one of the varsity teams, each could participate in intramural sports, an all-year func- tion giving students the chance to take part in almost every sport. T7 3 MISS BANE Y' .1 Q. st,, t 'fi I-sr MR. RICKERT Opening the intramural season were two weeks of swimming, followed by shufileboard matches and horseshoe pitching. Completing the agenda were events in golf, handball, wrestling, softball, tennis, volley ball, and touch football. Points were given, and a cup was' awarded to the student collecting the most: a plaque to the class whose members had garnered the highest total. An intramural board was formed early in the year to regulate these sports. President of the group was Dave Abbot. .1-ln intramural basketball game-. Page 129 a Xiiwea 'ww 'fr " 7 ,- 1Q. .. ' 5 tc' H if t.,,,,.s lg in 5, H? ', L-, ...' H72 ,:'ii 5, 447, ,L if 1 ir' AP ujfjfiggglfuH-iw. i z: if K is .I l e af" w i Null, ' .': ' i ' r f , A If A55 M A Y ,als 5 ifg :sf ' -- M ' lg if E -7.3 CAROLINE PULTZ Co-editor Ae jwcaonian M. i t I an ,mm MISS MONTGOMERY, Advisor Page 132 55 PAT IAMES Co-editor Years from now when you take your old 1950 Tucsonian from its place on a shelf, blow the dust from its red cover and open it to scan the yellowing pages, will you remember all of the hard work that has gone into making up Tucson High's yearbook? Under the first "Co-editor- ship," Pat Iames and Caroline Pultz, with Managing Editor Su- zanne Laws and the full cooper- ation of a smooth-functioning staff, the 1950 Tucsonian flour- ished. Complete pictorial cover- age was given to all student activities from those thrilling football games and rallies to the track meets and various club activities. Hundreds of pictures and cap- tional reviews of the dances and proms went into the 1950 Tucsonian so that you may re- live again the excitement of those high school events. lYJ?Ff .rr H, , MIKE PEREZ Co-Photography Editor ,.-- 3 ' I 123 , Q , 'nr EV- T gg H k.kk 1-. ANN HUOT GAIL HASKELL TYP1119 Staff Hefld Writing Staff Head TUCSONIAN WRITING STAFF Row I Barbara Freudenthal, Margaret Clampitt Wanda Brxkton Row 2 Ixmmy Lmdsey, Murray Sinclair, Don Ca TS TUCSONIAN ADVERTISING STAFF Row 1: Lois Baker, Ann Kelley, Ioni Clore, Dona McDaniels. Sally Sotncel. Row 2: Derry Mills, Bobby I. Manqels, Beverly Perkins, Mary Golberq. Row 3: Arl'Wilkinson, Melodee Gruber, Iack Levkowitz. TUCSONIAN SUBSCRIPTION STAFF Row 1: Anne Price, Rose Gimbel, Shirley Hudspeth, Teta Martyn, Frances Iontig, Florence Archer, Yvonne Wade, Sara Lyerly. . Row 2: Mary Iane Westmoreland, Frances Heinemcxn, Eileen Dick, Sally Huichinson, Kathryn Fuller, lane! Raver, Allie Beth Iordan, Sally Fuellhart, Suzanne Bradley. Row 3: Ronald Poze, Nancy Hostetter, Iean Hughes, Kale Sasse, Iane Storms, Norma Bcxrtel, lane Muir, Gay Givens, ,Susan White, Ice Iontig. TUCSONIAN ALBUM STAFF Row l: Kathy Stolft, Sydney Deal, Zola Lyerly, Frances Anderson, Betty Gross, Pai Marshall. Row 2: Page Gray, Barbara Baldwin, Ann Hall, Iacqui Robinson, Gail LaBeau. TUCSONIAN TYPING STAFF TUCSONIAN ART STAFF Row 1: Ann Huot, Barbara McKee. Row 1: Ianet Wightwick, Barbara Bergquist, lean Dawson Row 2: Lorraine McCollum, Lorna Grady, Gloria King. Row 2: Dick Anklarn, Sally Wright. l K 1 Page 135 iw: 5 v itll if- V. 2 is tl" .. irq HQ. N55 i -.4 nu-IVVL '22 ' '-55222515-1 S Catania e Miss HARRIETTE MARTIN Advisor PAUL GLEAVE Editor Page 136 Not many people really know what hard and long hours of work go into the making of our weekly newspaper, the CACTUS CHRONICLE. Every Monday assignments are made and given to reporters. Stories are due on Wednesday, but human nature seldom brings them in on time. On Saturday morning the tour editors and the editorial board meet in the Chronicle office to proofread, rewrite and compose heads for all the copy., Monday two galley sheets are brought up from the printers. Cne is proof-read and sent back on Tuesday night. The second galley the editors cut up and use to dummy up pages. After the page-proof is corrected, it is sent to the printers who run off enough papers for everyone in school to have his own copy of the CACTUS CHRONICLE. ' fxan. i uw? f I 9 I 41 I fu . 4 ff. . tv T I' ll . H .,', IOHN ROBINSON Staff Editor KATHY DILLAS Exchange Staff Head KI I 5 .. 1, , I tm BARBARA FREUDENTHAI.. Managing Editor :H H if ,, TOM-QW NG Co-Photography Editor I I 'G' BEA GARCIA Co-Photography Editor ' M" f- .,, sv., .I-Q - . . . RFQ PAGE GRAY Typing Staff Head E.. X IANE GIBBS Circulation Staff Head . - 1" . D 'I " ,gn-, N: - I , 'x V Y h. Lx , I l .. ,, , N 1 ?' iff." , - . J., EJ , ., 11 I DON CARSON Sports Editor EDDIE LEIGH Business Manager 3455 .,-1 T- 33 . ' ' , .TSH3,::q3Qlc,-15.1 - '.' 4 J . 'n NJ 3 , ftf .3 EDITORIAL BOARD R. Row 1: Sue Gin, Lucile Knagqe, Lois Baker, Ann Kelley, Iudy Malone. Row 2: Willard Smith, Pat Hanley, Ioan Malone, Margaret Clarnpitt, Bill Gard. Page 137 CHRONICLE WRITING STAFF Row 1: Pat Keevan, Gail Haskell, Frances Anderson, Eileen Dick, Suzanne Bradley, Virginia Brown, Barbara Bergquist. ' - Row 2: Caroline Pultz, Ianet Raver, Peggy Daum, Glenna Tweedle, Dorothy Ethridge, Anne Davenport, Ann Stockwell, Sara Packard. 5 ' Row 3: Dale Hinson, David Ray, Bill Babcock, Iim Lindsey, Ioe Midler, Ronald Poze. If CHRONICLE CIRCULATION STAFF Row ,l: Melodee Gruber, Rose Gimbel, Zola Lyerly, Su- zanne Laws. Row Z: Dick Anklam, Katherine Fuller, Pat Iames, lane Gibbs, Bob Fish. Page 138 -:CT fag!" Ei . ., f , , 4 CHRONICLE EXCHANGE STAFF Row 1: Kathy Dillas, Shirley-Mae Lee, Maryanne' Carson, Shirley Moore. Row 2: Pa! Scott, Kate Sasse, Peggy Hayrnore, Martha Newton. Row 3: Sydney Deal, Iane Archer. HEC, XS 1' '.'5' . .5 , 1 -" - ef' 5 . in-.1 "' - 145947 CHRONICLE PHOTO AND CARTOONING STAFF Row 1: Mary Pfrimmer, Merlenya Weiizel, Bea Garcia. Row Z: Dale Funk. Roqer Braden, Hector Morales, Tom Wong. Baldwin. Perry, Page Gray. CHRONICLE TYPING STAFF Row 1: Sally McDonald, Ann Huot, Barbara Row 2: Nancy Davis, Sage Fletcher, Ronnie Q1 , CHRONICLE ADVERTISING STAFF Row 1: Teta Mariyn, Ioanne Doolen, Shirley Condit, Yvonne Wade, Leila Nichols. Row 2: Mary Golberq, Kathy Stofft, Derry Mills, Wanda Britton, Mcuy Frances Beal. Row 3: Iere Boyer, Bill Kohl, Travis Edmondson. Page 139 f:'E?fl"3i if .mg .ri .G V TG ,H-'fg 3 c- , ja . 'Ei ,. , . , ,V ' 21 lg. l.'5'f iw? 'C Quarferfy it N Miss HARMETTE MARTIN Advisor 'L -,za V ,QV 4 2' Hx' i if Mn. Oris CHIDESTER Advisor fi.- iiw ' I I mn: 'mi NANCY MCRAE Editor cmd Art Editor Striving for bigger, better productions the Quarterly editorial staff tried a daring new policy by publishing only one issue each semester. For the first time in the maga- zine's history the Christmas edition was the first of the year and contained forty pages. Composed of clever articles, original stu- dent poems and essays, pictures, drawings, and novel character sketches, the issue was not only about Christmas and the holidays, but also covered football and basketball score and victories cmd included data on the Senior Prom and other social events. The dark and mysterious class prophecy highlighted the graduation issue of the crea- tive publication. Traditional efforts on grad- uation and the future pushed their way to .the top in a magazine filled with lively copy cmd vivid colorful pages. Capable Nancy McRae, editor and art editor, with the ad- vice and assistance of the editorial board, developed and set up the Quarterly, its var- ied layouts and material. Page 140 E. 5 .7 X s . i 3 . BOB SNYDER FRANCES ANDERSON DON CAMPBELL Co-Makeup Editor Managing Editor CcrMakeup Editor 9 if if 'I-4. as 1 P YA y 1 E -3. ,T if X , 4 . A Charlotte Calvillo Lou Raizk Typing Stat! Head Photography Editor ,Qt Y ' 4 I -T 191, z . K I' EDITORIAL BOARD Ianet Rover, Rose Gimbel, Betty Gross. Iacqui Robinson. Page 141 :.,f3g,,'g:1,g .f , 5 , " -'1 -My 1 ' ' X- T- 'zrwzplf " " ' ' .. . ..., .V . V 9 . , fi . ,,f,q,,f, --- mf., v , M .,,, .,,.., a ':. -f -f, f... ,-. 1. . . Mime, ,WNW Y 4 ,M , ,A rf, A ,.,,,,, to M ,, .t y . ,, . ,- . 4 We . . ,t of ,I L- ,U I ,, .5 Q, Wvligg - ra! ' - 3f3f::,-- -- - ,:,1.,.e,-, , g.,l"5-we 1 . ff3,'1'..1-fwfm FW QUARTERLY WRITING STAFF Row 1: lean Dawson, Iane Murray, Ianet Baker, Gay Givens, Anne Price, Nancy l-Iostetter, Mary lane Westmoreland, Leila Nichols, Sara Packard, Mary Belle Breeding, Parn McCoy. Row 2: Kathy Iordan, Ann Mathews. Sue Gin, Faye Harelson, Barbara Freudenthal, Cynthia Wilson, Sally Hutchinson, Pat Keevan, Margaret Clampitt, Gail Haskell, Betty Reeves, Suzanne Laws. Row 3: Peggy Daum, Laurel Alloway, Pat Herron, Marcia Herring, Anne Wilcox, Andrea Samir. Margaret Pore, Earline lirou, Barbara Covarrubias, Caroline Pultz, Sally Sancet. Row 4: Tom Slutz, Ioe Midler, Dale I-linson, David Ray, Bob Keiper, limi Schock, Travis Ed- mondson, Don Carson, Billy Gard, Iames Walker. QUARTERLY SUBSCRIPTION STAFF Row l: Teta Martyn, lane Archer, Pat Iames, Sally Fuellhart, Lorraine McCollum, Sally Reus- ser, Gail LaBeau, Zola Lyerlyj Row 2: Derry Mills, lane Gibbs, Ann Kelley, Lois Baker, Beverly Perkins, Erna Blazinger, Patsy Greeson. I Row 3: Melodee Gruber,'Ka'ihy Fuller, Peggy Allen, Nancy Tout, Shirley Scott, Virginia Lee. Row 4: Bob Stephenson, Sage Fletcher, Peggy Hayrnore, Sydney Deal, Kathy Stofft. QUARTERLY PHOTO AND PRODUCTION Row 1: Geraldine Flores, Iennle Rodriquez, Pat Williamson, Beatrice Villasenor, Peggy Klaiss, Alice Alday, Stella Villa. Row 2: Gloria Romero, Milton Massey, Albert Macqueen, Alex Romero, Mickey Rios, Eddie Rios, Ted Clark, Carolyn Kuhlman. Row 3: Bob Snyder, Iohn Kearney, Morty Sadowsky, Hector Felix, Charlie Lees, Salomon Con- treras, Jesus Montano, Ted Buford. Row l: Sally Wright, Ianet Wightwtck, Caroline Row 1: Pat Hanley, Shirley-Mae Lee. Pultz, Nancy McRae. Raw 2: Hope Reyes, Barbara Bunton, Charlotte Row 2: Susan White, Lou Raizk, Tommy Bentley. Calvillo. Kate Sasse. Page 143 F2355 fr -A ' 'J V i' -Keir E5.,uis.Q?5' i 5 ,iz 'iii We an Frances Anderson Bill Bingham Barbara Burrows Ned Cranston Ai ' F f'di'?i .. f 1 fx-e .wi ff' ii TY ' 457 f- ' 5' l ' gf: 'QE ':': EL: . 3 N ' .., 7 ' jg' F' Ya., 'P F . I I ' ' ' 'A l Q: ,l 'E' A - .il K 1 I -9- A i V A l ' ' is ,, f 7, 1 . ' l"' A. ' ' r,"" l i 'err i fi fe i W5 " f l ' W ' fn. ffm f ' i n ' ' I Sl . J - ' M, fl l K' 'I' l If A ' ,-I 1 1 1 - -K 1 , .1 b- ' A 5? - ' n' X 9 ' A 1 5 49 " vs X Eiifygzitig Bill Babcock LOiS Baker Barbara Baldwin Dean Biesemeyer Geraldine Bootman Roger Braden Wczlfiona, ,Manor Ioe Caicl Peqqil Daum Mary Neil Edwards Don Carson Anne Davenport Dorothy Eihridge Dortha Carson Sydney Deal Dolores Feldman Arthur Brinkmeyer ociefg Maryanne Carson Eileen Dick Mary Firnbres Dick Dryer fx E3 me 1 ,, Page 144 Charles Burnett Sylvia Conelly Kathy Dillas Sarge Fleicher "- i b": 1 ., ' yyy ly is A 1 1 . . , ,. 1 A ' :X , f .xr , . ka 11 ' it fl cf' Q' 67 . ,Q J' J . ."' , 4., S lie" ' a--131, , we ww, , if '41-' ' ab an ,riff N1 3 A ' If, 3 ? N l J ' -Z -.41 0 'tin , X5 .. 7,5 Ti , l 'N' 'Rf I Q5 - 5, l ' im: I Norma Powble Barbara Freuclemhcxl Kath F ll El G - B' Bridqet Genovese Icme Gibbs RoseYGix:1bZ Slogln Cmoung 2231 Cggggfle Ivlgrsfgcgsigpe Loma GTUCIY Page GVUY BGYYY Gross Gflil Haskell Patricia Herron MC11'QCxret Hoskins lohn Huertc Ann Huot Sully Hutchinson Dave Inglis gm James l Oclley Iecminek Allie Beth lordun Pct Keevcm Ann Kelley Tom Kaul' Umm Kendflck Lucille Knogqe A vi SP7-, - li','1-Cx? Q R A L 1 , fp i E-ffl, " ,. Qi Q -HH me - lr f.: ff "T ' -- I "L l if ee ,, f I 411 i QM h- "ti ,777 . f ' i :rw , 'f ' ill if 4 , " ' f I in if - Page 145 eng' ' 1- " , , .F 3 Mf g Z - M L :i sqm i 3 ..- ""' ' ' . "' .P . ' 2 1 ' f i g i in ,. ,K X , L 5 , , 4 - " V Q if' .iss " ' ' ' ' 5' 'ii :P V J A ' ' '77 in ' M f - 2 -- M ' l ".' ,I ., R l 3' i '. 5, '7 - " W X , bn. k . N . .f i ...f L W Q 4, L L of e ei ll 'l + as - f H f ww ,.., " L :-1 L' ef f , ,E ,'.. . 4 1. ., Eg , " 'Z' - b .al A A - Mike Lacaqnina Sally McDonald Suzanne Laws Barbara McKee Iudy Malone MCITY Murine William Pitts Lois Prusha David Ray Elizabeih Riesqo Shirley-Mae Lee Nancy McRae Pat Marshall Ianet Puqh Ernesi Rigoli ing ,gg si Eddie Leigh Fred McWenie Tommy Maze Caroline Pultz Phil Robbins Ieannie Lester Phil Malinsky Derry Mills Clifton Quinn Iacqui Robinson lack Levkowiiz Ioan Malone Elaine Orlh lane! Raver lohn Robinson YUQ Page 146 1 ,,.- . . n....., Q iz? pn lie Sally Rogers Dee Simpson Nancy Tout Sue Tuggey Bonnie Wheeler lanet Wightwick Barbara Zimmerman Mary Kate Zinn MISS GALE A t i i aff' ' in y 1 1. me gs 2 t ' l -if ,ff . Willard Smith Bob Snyder Dolores Strittmater WUSOH Sl-lfldf Paul Turnbull Elvira Vega Mary Frances Vest lumes WG111-ter Anne Wilson Cynthia Wilson Rosalie Wong Esther Woods Completing one of its most successful years since its for- mation in Tucson High, the National Honor Society, directed by president Bob Snyder, vice-president Phil Robbins, and secre- tary Gail Haskell, climaxed 1950 With a joint meeting and init- iation with the Amphitheater Society. An assembly, staged before the entire student body at the opening of the year, introduced to the students of THS the four precepts of the Society-scholarship, character, service and leadership-in the hope of inspiring others to attain these goals and become members of the organization. Speeches were given by the officers of the society and the student standing highest in the senior class, Lucille Knagge. One of the milestones of the year for the society was a picnic-initiation held December 3. Tanque Verde was the scene of the party, and new initiates were feted in grand style. Other initiations were held later in the year to induct the third group of graduating seniors and the juniors who will form the nucleus of next year's group. One of the projects taken on by the 1949-50 group was the revision of the constitution. During the summer a group of stu- dents checked the charter and, after making several alterations, submitted it to the national organizationfor approval. Page 147 Row 1: Row 2: Hostatter, Gross, Haskell, Anderson, Raver, Row 3: Row 4: Q10 A ,Sham Amr , are ,, ' tt, S237 MISS BRAZELTON Advisor Iarnes, Daum, Deal, Iordan, Stewart, Price, Vest, Kelley, King, Haymore, Gibbs, Laws, Zimmerman, Baldwin, Burrows, Sotomayor, Lyerly, Pultz. Marshall, Gimbel,-Gruber, Keevan, Reeves. Mantle, Freudenthal, Hanley. Glad, McMains, Davenport, Gin. Girls' Social Hour Committee got off to cz good start when, with the Boys' Social Hour Committee, they sponsored highly-successful after-the-game dances. The committee took tickets, checked coats, sold pop. Working in conjunction with the Boys' Commit- tee, they staged the annual Social Hour semi- lormal early in March. This year's theme was the "Bubble Dance." Following this event the girls began working on plans for their annual fashion show, held in April on the theme of "The Girl on the Magazine Cover." For the first time in Social Hour history, the Committees tried a new and different project when they published a booklet on proper high school etiquette entitled "Badger Behavior." The Committee was directed by capable Ianet Raver, president: Pat Marshall, vice-presidentg Frances Anderson, secretary-treasurer, and Miss Calanthe Brazelton, advisor. Page 148 Snapping into their duties' at the beginning of the first semester the Boys' Social Hour Committee made plans with all the energy and enthusiasm which typify the group. Staging the after-game social hour dances was a full time job during the fall. In conjunction with the Girls' Social Hour, the committee took tickets, sold refreshments, and generally organized the -iootball-basketball dances. Officers Dick Loudermilk, Ronald Perry and Iohn Corbett led the group this year in planning two semi-formal dances as Social Hour projects. Both were sponsored while the school team was playing out of town, one late in the fall and the other during the spring semester. New this year and certainly a successful en- terprize was the joint publication of a student manuel on "What To Do" by the Boys' and Girls' Social Hour Committees. Included in the pamphlet was advice about manners, dates, clothes habits, and grooming. This was an added undertaking for the committee and concluded a most success- ful year. 7 A it .. si "H " it xxxttt is-gk - ff DANNY ROMERO Advisor ow ocia, .Mar Row 1: Paul Gleave, Mike Lacagntna, Dick Loudermilk, Iohn Corbett, Ronnie Perry, Bill Gard, Don Carson. Row 2: Frank McDaniel, Bob Lacagnina, Frank Lockhart, Iirn Lindsey, Bob Lauver, Lefty Iacobson, Dee Simpson, Gene Beach. Row 3: Blaize Favara, Murray Sinclair, Iohn Eaton, Homer Darnell, Bob Snyder, Bob Thomas, Louis Sabala, Mark Mielke. Row 4: Phil Robbins, Iohn Ewing, Dick Perkins, Timmy Shaar, Freddie Rico, Blake West, Spike Parnell, Arthur Clawson. Page 149 gan! Rallies, assemblies, football games, concerts, and parades, all claimed the music of our skilled and competent marching group, the Tucson High Band. Directed by "Prof" Sewell, with the as- sistance of student director Art Brink- rneyer, the band had a busy, successful Year performing for functions all over the state. New this yeccr to the band was the girls' twirling unit who added sparkle to the marching cadences with their clever formations and accurate baton handling. l I 4 i I i E , i :SQ :iss ' 22: 5 m ,Q Q, ge, ,Q 5, , , W as , ' M" ,N ,ijt M" gr sf? 1, 1 , ,tw it ' I , twig, , ,H-., - .WT 'JT . V' - .' 'tit Q' 1 '12 Z 3 25 isa.. ,iff .. ,iff i , " " 'lf' 5-1fw.g',:z - - rg-fiat " 'wif it tr E :is rg sg' We Q , :T 1 E .,,, .,i.-,. - sr, ,gi Z V , V, if , E' V 2:7 -i A i "' 4:"1 2, , il ,fi Us gf - F so -. , it Row 1: Kurn, Hough, Goforth, Dailey, Bartholomew, Parker, Clawson, Adamsz Gfeenslein W d L is 'Marks, Haskell, Cole, Martin, Stephey Arnold, Armstrong, Bell, Burr, Owens, OO S. SW Meyggvgaegdoligehlthau, Camarena, Marr, Hoge, Skjerseth, Gustafson, Frederick, Smolczyk R Mclierlie, Vlfalker, Miller, Freeland, Ross, Young, Karlsen. K'-lhnsr GG1'l'e'lSOH. Morgan. Colton Levy, Barrett. 'H-r April was the big month for the band: First the Southern Arizona Music Festival at the 'University of Arizona, for which the band played several dit- ficult arrangements, and later an all- city band and orchestra concert given in the high school stadium! Completing a spring semester filled with satisfying Work and excellent per- formances the band combined their tal- ents to provide the memorable music for the graduation exercises. et, is -- X , , stefan xx - 1 Row 3: Clark, Williams, Wing, Rutledge, Harms Miner Gruenwald Bird Bird Loebe Hawk Grebner, Shay, Brothers, Patty, Bosworth, Bowsky Smolczyk S Orcutt Row 4: Ciavarelli, Bray, Weil, Gallagher E., Gruver Srnolczyk Ir Alrnada Benefxeld Gard Myers, Humble, Wheeler, Gallagher D., Putter, Acosta Wilson Mauch Row 5: Kennedy, Brinkmeyer, "Prof" Sewell, Gotshall Tarver Ls,-no ,,.. ,se E f I I I I I I I Row 1: Lopez, Soto, Mock, Shenhaite, Ponton, Ridgely, Snider, Arnold, Smith, Gard, Huerta, Collier, Stephey. Row 2: Meyer, Prusha, Ross, Gruenwald, Owen, Cheesemcm, Iohantgen, Grebner, Bird, Loehe, Bird, Silfies, MacDonald. OPCA86 ffd, Page 152 Enterprising, active, industrious .... these words fit the Tucson High Orches- tra. "Step to it" seems to be their motto. The group is one of the few in the state that plays classical music with symphonic arrangements. Giving con- certs is a full time job, but does not seem to overtax the orchestral group. for they were able to keep up their school work and play in city-Wide re- citals during the spring. Ably directed , l Row 3: Glad, Acosta, Gallagher, Milner, Almada, Hinson, Kuhns, Brothers, Good, Patty, Smolcyzk, Greeson. Row 4: Wing, Weil, Gallagher, Smolczyk. Row 5: Gotshall, Martin, Mr. Sewell, Levkowitz, Brinkmeyer, Iirou, Ozman. by W. A. Sewell with Ieanette Smith acting as concert mistress the group staged two assemblies this year in which they played modern arrange- ments as well as classical scores. Com- petition is keen in the group, for posi- tions are assigned by tryouts just be- fore each performance. Orchestra is offered as a course to students interested in concert work. It provides excellent experience for the Page 153 beginner and develops a music appre- ciation in its devotees. Prior to Christmas vacation the group chose student officers whose duties were to assist Mr. Sewell in working with the large group. Officers included Jeanette Smith, concert mistress: Dave Gallagher, president, Bill Gard and loAnne Smolczyk, secretaries: and Gil- bert Almada, personnel manager. MR GENE RIBAS l TV Vocalists: Beverly Shaw, Elaine Thornton. , Piano: Phil Olson. Row 1: Bill Earl, Emma Galleqher, Fred Hoge, Nolan Gruenwald, Ierry Rutledge, Paul Ciavarelli. Row 2: Iohn Garretson, lack Patty, Peryno Brothers, Leonard Grijalva, Dave Gallagher, Glen Hummel, David Wilson, Bud Gotshall. Student Leader: Ierry Good. wing guna! To the tune of trumpet and saxo- phone strains, the "Hy-Cats" swung in- to their jam session in preparation for the Red Cross dances in early Septem- ber. Social hours, assemblies, class soirees kept them hopping for the rest of the year. Gene Ribas replaced Iohnny Barrin- ger as faculty leader and guided the band on technical aspects of playing dance music. Ierry Good acted as student-director. New arrangements, the addition of more rhumbas and sam- bas, and the singing of different vocal- ists added color and variety to the dance season. Climaxing a busy year, the "Hy- Cats" provided sparkling new arrange- ments as accompaniment for the spring program of the advanced dancing group as well as for the Iunior and Senior Proms. Playing for the Girls' Social Hour Committees fashion show demanded many practices during the spring term, and as the finale to an outstanding year the band furnished the sweet and low rhythms for the mid- century graduation ceremonies. Advisor it 'fi is ss. QUARTETTE Row 1 Sylvla Conelly Margaret Hoskxns Geraldme Bootman CAccompanisD Barbara Benner Barbara Burrows Row 2 Raymond Guerrero Don Daney David Gardner B111 Becker 0661, Miss MADGE U'r'rEnBAc1c to descnbe the vocal depart ment for Wlth muslc worthy of a fme professlonal group the Badger Balladeers d1VGd head long mto the busmess of pro ducmg 'the lfuqhly competent vocal group of whlch Tucson Hlgh IS justly proud I I ' Vim and vigor are the words I gdjgef gd! 6'l,6!88l"f5 Practicing painstakingly until pieces reach perfection, com- bining talents with the girls ad- vanced dancing classes to pre- sent the traditional and always impressive Christmas program, culminating all their efforts of the spring semester in a beau- t t I Row 1: Ieffrey, Hawk, Hartman, Prentiss, Almada, Mc Coy, Cavender, Crabtree, Harrell, Stevens, Hughes Stewart Allen, Edwards. Hoskins. Row 2: Carrillo, Seigel, Mantle, Iordcxn, Crawford, Gillespie, Bootman, Milby, Weaver, Benner Bagshaw Crafton, Freudenthal, Tuggey. e Row 3: Conelly, Vest, Green, 'l'ip1on, Ieter, Perharn, Evans, Orth, Templeton, Blevins, Young, Snell Ozmun Burrows, Ehrlich, McCurnin. tiful concert for Mot'her's Day kept the department constantly at work in addition to the monthly s o 1 o competitions. Seemingly never exhausted the Gir1s', Boys', and Double Mixed Quartettes found time to repre- sent the school at various town gatherings. Song-tests included programs for several junior high schools as Well as Lions, Kiwanis, and Rotary. Beauti- ful selections were rendered at both the baccalaureate and graduation e X e r C i s e s and brought Well-deserved praise to the group and to their able di- rector, Miss Madge Utterback. xg e , , 1 . A . ' , 3 , t M ,naw 'is en, ll" Row 4 Holsclaw Sharr, Holladay, Smith, Willis, Carrillo, Gardner, Critchlow, Becker, Reynage, Daney Row 5 Erick on Murillo, Placko, Chapel, Smith, Saelens, Goodson, Quinn, Edmondson, Matheny, Pitts Row 6 Guerrero Crawford, W. Smith, Provencher,Te11ez, Krohn, Milligan, Deli, Gelderman, Porter Funk Romero Deason Arderson. F . Y nl X ' ' , jourfh periocl .xdfdzgreffo Row l: Thornton, Wade, Regal, Critchell, Liitle, Boswell, Sutherland, Farmer, Hepner, Rett berq, Cavalucci, Smith, Retson. Row 2: Plumb, Boyle, McMinn, Neiman, Stockwell, Aldridge, Nemiroff, Campbell, Budurin Watkins, Roher, Belden, Kimmel. Row 3: White, Knaqqe, Burke, Lewis, Barnbauer, Zwyqhuizen, Harris, Clawson, Price, Barton, Marrcillas, Larriva, Cowper, Ziegler. -, . H ,r,,r ,,,, , A ,. I 5 . ,,.,. , , 9? grim! .xdfigrelfo Row 1: Schurnaker, Gutt, Brothers, Iohnson, Levy, Bowen, Hughes, Kazal, Blau, Seymour Hickman, Moreno, Simmons. Row 2: Davis, Palmer, Lauderdale. Spitzer, Campillo, Soto, Edwards, Ramsdell, Goodman Flowers, Ybarra, Gilpin. Row 3: Miller, Dutton, Burnworth, Baldwin, Popov, Stephens, Oxnam, Andrews, Molina Covarrubias, Silvain, Pope, Hill. Page 158 I I 1 ,J yfl fx .sage b ,J RED caoss COUNCIL' g Row l: Sylvia Conelly, Nancy Tout, Mary Frances' Vest, Ann Kelley, Iane Gibbs. Row 2: Bob Snyder, Iohnny Huerta, Art Brinlcmeyer, Bill Bingham, Barton Kendrick. Q 6066 V emi me xi ' ' tt tv I t . f -, - if Miss Calanthe Brazelton Page 159 A high spot in the work of Tucson High's Iunfor Red Cross during the past year was the continued sponsorship of two European students, one from Greece, the other from Finland. A collection was tal-:en through- out the school, and S192 was sent to sup- port Basil Sorantides and Eila Anna Lisa Lindholm. Ann Kelley, Bob Snyder, and several other THS students corresponded with Basil and Eila during the year. Tried by the Red Cross for the first time this year, the exchange of correspondence portfolios' proved to be a success. Port- folios containing information about various foreign schools and their students were re- ceived from Chile, Iapan, Germany, and from a Polish refugee school in Brazil. In return, Tl-IS sent out similar portfolios of information about American school life, particularly in Tucson High. Also sponsored this year by the Iunior Red Cross was the local chapter of the National Honor Service Society. Member- ship in this active organization was open to students who Worked fifteen hours or longer at Veterans Hospital or at the Red Cross office. Eat Hanley presided over the group. I HONOR SERVICE SOCIETY Row 1: Caroline Pultz, Sage Fletcher, Lorna Grady, Kathy Dillas, Melodee Gru- ber, Ianet Raver, Rose Gimbel, Frances Iontig, Pat James. Row 2: Eileen Dick, Lois Prusha, Barbara McKee, Teta Martyn, Martha Newton, loanne Doolen, Erna Blezinger, Mary Louise Gump. Row 3: Betty Reeves, Lucille Knagge, Barbara Abbott, Beverly Buck, Iewel Eisenman, Ieannette Smith, Elaine Pitluck, Roslyn Bergida. Row 4: Mary Frances Vest, Sylvia Conelly, Derry Mills, Gail Haskell, Pat Kee- van, Virginia Marsh, Barbara Burrows, Barbara Baldwin. Row 5: Pat Hanley, Sally McDonald, Phil Robbins, Charles Mclver, Lloyd Col- beck, Kay Tolson, Kate Sasse. MORNING RED CROSS CHAIRMEN Row l: Pat Iarnes, Anne Murray, Mary Frances Vest, Martha Newton, Margaret Clarnpitt, Ann Kelley, Teta Martyn, Ioanne Doolen, Ann Simley, Ora Lee, Ioan Laubzcher, Henrietta Martz, Charlotte Conover. Row 2: Pat Hanley, Elberta Glad, Betty Talmage, Iessie Macdonald, Vivian Seal, Nancy Gray, Sage Fletcher, Odley Iecminek, Iulia Rourke, Kay Tolson, Kate Sasse, Virginia Marsh. Row 3: David Cording, Sam Osollo, Bill Bingham, Don Carson, Charles Thomas, Walter Cole, Pat Reidy, Doug Holsclaw, lim Reynolds, Bob Criger. Row 4: Frank Lockhart, Bob Mann, Wayne McKin'ey, Bob Burroughs, Dave Payne, Gordon Hon, lim Milligan, Iohn Garretson. Page 160 AFTERNOCN RED CROSS CHAIRMEN Row 1: Rosemarie Panettieri, Lorraine Andrews, Evelyn Garcia, Lois Schumaker, Agnes Nimer- iroh, Anne Price, Pat Marshall. Row 2: Ann Matthews, Cornelia Lininger, Betty Confer, Frances Iontig, Shirley Van Coillie, Virginia Brown, Beverly Lockett. Row 3: Richard Casanova, Herman Narcho, Paul Gleave, Murray Sinclair, David Allais, Pete Mayer, Don Seamands, Ioseph Ballentyne. During November homeroom chairmen enrolled the entire school as members of the Iunior Red Cross and collect- ed S360 to support one crip- pled child in Comstock Hospi- tal for one year. Then also packed a school chest to be sent overseas, with enough supplies to outfit an elemen- tary school oi fifty pupils for one year. Climaxing an active year the Iunior Red Cross planned their fourth annual Peace Symposium for Friday, Febru- ary l7. The subject of the gathering was "Peace Is our Problem." Correlated with this was a panel discussion on "The Case for Democracy." Among those debating were lane Gibbs, Sue Gin, Gail Haskell, Eddie Leigh and Phil Malinsky. Barton Ken- drick acted as moderator and directed the question and an- swer period which followed vice-presidents. The ten coun- sponsored the welfare organi- Iunior Red Cross Officers for this year were Bill Bing- ham, president, and Barton Kendrick and lane Gibbs, vice-president. The ten coun- cil members were selected frorn among last year's chair- men. Miss Calanthe Brazelton sponsored the welfare organi- zation. PEACE SYMPOSIUM Barton Kendrick, seated. Bill Bingham, Sue Gin, Eddie Leigh, lane Gibbs, Phil Malinsky, Gail Haskell Page 161 Row 1: Pat Iames, Beverly Lockett, Laurel Alloway, Pat Herron, Page Gray, Sally Sancet, Melodee Gruber, Frances Anderson, Camilla Powers, Sage Fletcher, Della Perry. Row 2: Nova Dee Futrell, Ioan Gaede, Roslyn Bergida, Ianet Pugh, Eileen Dick, Gail Haskell, Mary Louise Gump, lean Hughes, Ioni Clore, Mary Kate Zinn, Leanore Levy, Arlene Brooks, Zita' Leeson. Row 3: Max Manning, Bob O'Neil, Peter Coulson, Bob Farnum, Dona McDaniel, Iack Thomas, Paul Turnbull, Margaret Clampitt, Dave Thorne, Ruben Nunez, Ion Robson. Row 4: Ierry Few, Ramon Cadiz, Charles Lees, Bill Bingham, Saul Fisher, Ron Poze, Dale Smith, Bill Zahorchak, Mike Lacagninc. A8:5l0l:6LlfLf5 PF? i' , vi' rg W--.ffgf ,stef estsftfa. r A tml, r .wsu r W, flu . .4 t Q te. I, MR. ROBERTS Advisor Outstanding dramatis personae earning the re- quired number of points entered the ranks of the Tucson High chapter of the National Thespian Society, the high school honorary dramatic organ- ization. Points were awarded for both major and minor roles, stage managing, ushering, stage crew work, properties, publicity and wardrobe management. Two initiations were held following the last two shows of the year, with an extreme- ly large group meeting the membership require- ments each time. The group was headed by Lloyd E. Roberts, advisor and regional director for Arizona: Paul Turnbull, president: lack Thomas, vice-president: Dona McDaniel, secretary: and Margaret Clam- pitt, treasurer. For the second time in two years the Thespians produced a full-length play as their final contribu- tion to the year's entertainment. In 1949 the group thrilled its audiences with a psycho-drama by Edward Choderov, "Kind Lady", This year the Thespians determined to duplicate last year's success with another mystery, Morduant Shairp's "Crime at Blossoms". Fortunately the roll-call of the Thespians was long, for the play had a large cast and with the technical crew used most of the group. Other members of the chapter devoted their time to committees and ushered. Proceeds from the show were used for extra back-stage equipment for future productions. Page 162 CSAQ .SQOOIIM Ifo GHQMQP N A hearty beginning to the 1949-50 season of dramatic hits was the ad- vanced drama class production of Oliver Goldsmith's classic-comedy, "She Stoops to Conquer". As the in- itial success of the year, this play provided elaborate 18th century cos- tumes and lavish sets to entertain and enthrall several audiences. Four performances were given: two, for the general public, one for ninth-graders of all city junior high schools and one at the Veterans Hos- pital. Leading a large cast oi players was Paul Turnbull, as the determin- ed but kind Mr. Hardcastlep Page Gray and Pat Herron, double cast as his nagging wife: lack Thomas as the rascal of the piece, Tony Lump- kin: Dona McDaniel and Mary Kate Zinn also double cast, as she who "stoops", Miss Kate Hardcastle. Ron- ald Poze played Kate's confused sui- tor, and the other romantic twosome starred Ioni Clore as Constance Ne- ville and lon Robson as George Has- tings. The plot revolves around a curious case of mistaken identity, evolved by the versatile brain of Tony Lumpkin who persuades the confused suitor to believe that his unseen tiancee's home is an inn, her father an inn- keeper and herself a serving rnaid. Needless to say, amusing complica- tions result. After an exhausting mid- night coach ride to nowhere at all, plus confessions from Tony and joy- ful reconciliations, the lovers are re- united, and all's Well in the Hard- castle mansion as the curtain falls. CAST Row 1: Dona McDaniel, lack Thomas, Donna Mahon. Row 2: Ioni Clore, Mary Kate Zinn, Pat Herron. Row 3: Della Perry, lon Robson, Ron Poze, Paul Turnbull, Ieanne Hughes. Page 163 wi H1 ,3 T sl sg 25 ,. viii 14 gwq, "Passing of the Third Floor Back" Cast: lanet Pugh, Lillian Yagoda, Iames Ierry Few, Ioan Gaede. Sharlene McC1uskey, Camilla Powers Levy, Doris Gridley, Mary Louise Gump U 3 jf Z? H adding offfae Aire! oor acl' "The Passing of the Third Floor Back" by Ierome K. Ierome provided great contrast to the rollicking com- edy presented six Weeks earlier. It concerned the rnetamorphosis of eleven degraded people into up- right, self-respecting citizens. The person responsible for the sudden changes was Peter Coulson, who por- trayed the port of a stranger, the Passer-by. Taking place in the Sharp board- ing house, the play combined beau- ty with ugliness to provide stirring effect. Mary Louise Gump, as Mrs. Sharp, a cross, treacherous cat: loan Gaede as Vivian Tompkins, a hussyy Peggy COX as Stacia, a slatternp and Bob Faxnum as Major Tompkins, a bully, headed the cast list. ' Although only one set was used, it represented considerable effort and served as a fitting backdrop for the intense action on stage. Page 164 Charm School Cast Row 1 Beverly Lockett Dale Paula Ramsden, Bill Schober, Frances Waingrow, Ralph Row 2: Ruben Nunez Eileen Dick Ramon Cadiz Paul bull, Zito Leeson, Peter McClintock, Roslyn Bergida In A . ,. ,t ,, 1 .ji V . rl A ' I , 1 ary Lee Meehan, Peter Coulson, Ruben h MGX Palmer' Bm Zuhorchqk' ez, Bob Farnum, Peggy Cox. H 77 6A6lfl"I'l'L 3600! nda Fulfer, lack Thomas, Dave Mary lane Westmoreland, Arlene Sancet, Florence Archer, Pat McCollum, Connie Bowles, Stofft, Donna Hoyt, Nova Dee Fu- 1 rel AHOWQY The third-period beginners in drama produced another triumph for the high school theatre this year with Alice Duer Miller's "The Charm School". A comedy, "Charm School" received perhaps the yeccr's warmest applause for its sparkling dialogue, plot and action. Austin Bevans, a bankrupt young automobile salesman, played by Dale Smith, inherited a young ladies' boarding school. Determined to make the best of it, he created startling innovations in the school which, hitherto, had been devoted to strictly academic pursuits. He felt that young ladies should be educated to be charming, rather than to pass college examinations. Serious complications developed when Elise Benedotti, who was one of the girls to receive the new treatment, fell wildly in love with her new principal. Beverly Lockett and Paula Bamsden were doublecast as Elise. Other leading characters included Miss Curtis played by Eileen Dick: Miss Hays, double cast with Roslyn Bergida and Zita Leesonp George Boyde, portrayed by Paul Turnbull and Ruben Nunez, and the twins, lim and Tim Simpkins, played alternately by Ion Robson, lack Thomas and David Thorne. Laurels are due instructor Lloyd E. Roberts, who not only directed, costumed, and designed sets but advised the Thespian Society as well. Page 165 Row 1 Dona McDaniel. RCW 2 Margaret Clampitt, Paul Turnbull, lack Thomas. f at Designing and building all sets for the 1949-50 dramatic pro- ductions was the job of the fifth period stagecraft class. Composed of both beginning cmd advanced students, the class spent hours con- structing, painting, dressing, and striking sets for each performance. Two sets were used for the first production of the year, both of which represented many hours of Work. For the second performance a full three-walled room set was utilized. This involved painting woodwork and doors to look like graining, masking Windows with draperies and hallways with smaller flats painted to tone with set Walls. Class members also contribut- ed their services as stage crew members, lighting technicians, or sound experts. L X i, H it Wim JW Charles Lees, Sally Scmcet, Dona McDaniel, Ion Robson. Page 166 'Qi JK ue T' 'i ' . ,f'j',-- Y' 3.1. t. . ,.. -f . , ,, '-- . .54-1 nas ' .- 1..,,'-fs..- nga... 13"-.:,,4 " +' n-" ' '5.f2-fag-V, 'GSK' f"wL-g-if-. 'ivy 1 " .ii 3 A J if Row l: Gail Haskell, Kay Tolson, Wanda Britten. Row 2: Eddie Brown, limmy Wheeler. 54emdQ Qmmilflfee "More student talent!" voted the Assembly Committee at their first meeting of the year. Composed of student representatives Wanda Britten, Ed Brown, Gail Haskell, Mike Laca- gnina, Kay Tolson and Iim Wheeler, the Committee was responsible for the varied as- semblies brightening regular school weeks. Aided by sponsor Paul G. Koch, the group worked to keep student interest high. Squeez- ing in student talent and pep rallies between Problems concerning conflicting dates and arrangements to provide' assembly hours for band, orchestra and other student functions provided a real challenge to committee mem- bers. Keeping school spirit at a pitch was another of the group's varied responsibilities. Rallies and assemblies led by cheerleaders and the Tl-IS band bolstered Badger backers' morale and sent the teams out fighting. Whether humorous, educational, amateur or professional Tucson High's assemblies this year were outstanding in all respects. National Assembly programs kept the Com- mittee on their toes during the fall and Winter months. MR. KocH Page 167 General Motors Assembly Lee 1 frees 1 V, iq--J Y as ,+P Row 1: Caroline Budurin, Barbara Shannon, Tommie Krouse, Rosemary Bradfield. Row 2: Doris Ann Leggett, Marijohn Sundt, Teresa Guerrero. Row 3: Ion Robson, Bob Stephenson, Richard Sherfey. KAQQPLQCJEPJ Setting a stirring example for the Badgers this year, the cheerleaders could be seen at every football and basketball game, their enthusiasm the driving force spurring our teams on to victory. Headed by Bob Stev- enson, the five girls and three boys constantly bolstered team spirit as they cavorted about field and gym- nasium. Rallies were held at the beginning of the football season and before the State Class A Basketball Tournament to revive pep and morale in the stu- dent body. Yell leaders were present Page 168 every time to spark student spirit. When downtown rallies were held at the beginning of the school year, peppy cheerleaders outdid themselv- es with the result that Badger parti- cipation was kept at a roar. Cheering Was so loud, in fact, that it nearly drowned out the Tucson High Band and innumerable car horns! Anyone who watched cheerlead- ers in their traditional' red-and-White perform tirelessly throughout the year at both football and basketball games will credit them for a hard job well done. Ong Olga, 8105 Spectacularly climaxing a year of prancing, dancing and twirling, the seven senior Song Leaders led the Tucson student body at the State Class A Basketball Tournament in March. They performed not only to the music of "All Hail to the Bad- gers", but also to "Cheer, Boys, Cheer", and "We're a Bunch of Bad- gers", and several band marches during time-out and between-half periods. This year the Song Leaders were resplendent in new costumes of white Peter Pan blouses, white skirts with red pleats, and saddle shoes. During football season they waved pompoms of red crepe paper but changed these for red and white ones when they performed at the basket- ball tournament. While the Tournament was the crowning glory of this year's athletic season, Song Leaders faithfully per- formed at all home football games, pep rallies, and at the Phoenix Un- ion football game, played in Phoenix. Participants this year were Iacqui Robinson, Kathy Dillas, Nancy Mc- Rae, Peggy Haymore, Rose Gimbel, Melodee Gruber and Betty Reeves. Song Leaders were organized by Danny Romero, senior advisor, three seasons ago and are chosen each year by him and the student body officers. Their precision and accuracy are largely the product of Danny's tireless energy. Qin H 1.52 Iflqlli RObir1Son. Peggy Haymore, Rose Gimbel, Melodee Gru- ber, Kclthy Dillas, Betty Reeves. Page 1694 ,NJ 2- . . qu- 1 ' J 4 V ,gg he , . - 4.7 .M .1 . it .. 1 '55 - . 1 ""-5' :,:.Lxg :QQ I -A ffiai . P ,A-M 4 , u- 3 t . W J , igtf' nl 1 M. Z I 1 gg A M , - , , ease , it gym ,- Nu-tw A V ' V. J -Lava, e-iii?-1 ' ,, M 2 tl' 'f 'TT ' Pf':f'g -s 1. ' .-ig , -. --.M La Senorita Iacqui, nuestra reina fgcfeo Queen Reigning over Tucson High's entry year's "Fiesta de los Vaqueros" was brunette-Iacqui Robinson. The rodeo contest, sponsored each year by "The in this a pert queen Cactus Chronicle", is the only occasion on which Tucson High chooses a queen. Iacqui was selected in an election Febru- ary 10 from among ten final candidates. Lois Baker, Kathy Dillas, Peggy Haymore and Ann Kelley, runners-up, served as attendants. The other five finalists were Anne Davenport, Rose Gimbel, Pat Iames, Melodee Gruber and Doris Ann Leggett. Brown hair, brown eyes and a smile tor everyone describes Iacqui perfectly. While her main interests are photography and Writ- ing, Iacqui's activities vary. She was one of the energetic, twinkle-toed songleaders who bolstered Badger spirit at student games. She also participated in the Radio Production Club and Terpsichoros. Iacqui served on the Quar- terly editorial board and Tucsonian album staff, was a junior guard at last year's grad- uation and an initiate in the National Honor Society. Her popularity is certainly deserved, for Iacqui has been outstanding in THS activities as well as on the student social ladder. Page 170 CONTESTANTS Row 1: Lois Boker, Doris Ann Leggett, Iocqui Robinson, Ann Kelley, Rose Gimbel. Row 2: Peggy Hcrymore, Pat Icrmes, Melodee Gruber, Kathy Dillos, Anne Davenport. ATTENDAN TS Kathy Dillczs, Lois Boker, Queen Iocqui Robinson, Ann Kelley, Peggy Haymore. WF' i P' Q Q- -' ufif? H. H -finger ,',, Q gy'-21. f I Z?" 1 tw ,+P Page 171 , ,WV ' "' rm.. how 1: Stephenson, Braden, Biesemeyer, Gleave, McWenie, Amada, Hardesty, Fisher. l Row 2: Worthington, Malinsky, Huerta, McDaniel, Mather, Humphrys, Monier, Richards, Harris. Row 3: Caid, Inglis, Kenner, Eich, Nixon, R. Drachman, Acosta. Warren, West, Shunraker. Row 4: Lees, Darnell, Montoya, Deliosse, Hood, Daily, Serna, Lacagnina, Kelly, Sinclair. Row 5: Sundt, Robbins, Carson, C. Drachman, Burroughs, Thomas. I I 1 ,gf ' ' fr rg I ji ,H W T... ...EZ ,M 1 ' T, vi. . . 4 ,ir 3- V . 5 ll., gs: -gi . '. sr, , H x .., E: his ,.,1.t?i Elm . ,rt an X 5f,,kfr,m,,b, I zur, -ilfgm, ' in -Wt ., , IL: Z-' .,g-. Y L -., 7 , 1 if :F "ws if i s " in ' 7-L, L -C -is lf-I ' 'QJWW'-rffflyff ' fer. , First on the agenda for this year's Lettermen's Association was an initia- tion following the football season. Out- standing athletes active in this sport were taken into the organization and letters and other awar :ls were issued. Falling right in step with the Christ- mas spirit, T-men staged an informal dance December 22 at the Tucson Mountain House. Decorations fitted the tone of the holiday season, and the dance clirnaxed the organizations work for the first semester. May ll was 'the big day for baseball, basketball and track initiates. The sec- ond lettermen's banquet Was held at this time, and athletes who participated in sports other than football were ad- mitted into the club. g Presided over by curly-headed lack Thomas, the group planned their big dance for Saturday, May 12. Tommy Kelly, Vice-president, and Ioe Caid, sec- retary, helped organize ' the dance, planned refreshments, decorations. Ending a busy year with a flourish, the T-Club's dance was an outstanding success. Page 172 7 66 77 LPA A love of sports . . . a healthy smile . . . red and White chenille "T's" . . . a coveted pin . . . Who possess all this? Members ot the Girls' T Club, of course. With Norma lean Don presiding, Gail Gibbon attending to the iob of vice-president, Ann Kelley taking the role of secretary, and Miss Naome Steinke sponsoring the group, THS letter women succeeded in crowding our school calendar with T Club ac- tivities. These proud owners ot either Girls' Athletic Association or tennis letters staged a Thanksgiving charity game of basketball with "All Star" players representing various girls' physical education classes and went on to play the faculty. At the benefit cage game, three large boxes ot canned 11:-4, MISS STEINKE foods were collected to aid needy families. Letterwomen were also found ush- ering at school productions through- out the year. In mid-year, over twenty addition- al sports enthusiasts joined the ranks, and by the final picnic our original T Club had doubled in size. Row 1: Barbara Freudenthal, lane Archer, Iean Ditzel, Norma lean Don, lean Stowell, Kath arine Fuller, Diane Shaw. Row Z: Dolores Ronquillo, Vivian Seal, Barbara Coffman, Mary Grace, Frances Iontig, Shirley Mae Lee, Ann Kelley, Rosalie Wong. Row 3: Anne Davenport, Bonnie Wheeler, Aldine Sinclair, Elvira Vega, Shirley Moore, Hilda Baldwin, Beverly Geisel, Gail Gibbon, Kay Tolson. Page 173 ll A ll My . et. f ,., tw - ,T Y, Row l: Hiller, Fuller, Grace, Fruedenthal, Wong, Krotenberg, Sinclair, Talmage, Row 2: Pefley, Ronquillo, I-lerrerras, Schmidt, Pctlser, Lee, Cortner, Endres, Gibbons. Row 3: B. Geisel, V. Geisel, Ditzel, Reyes, Don, Vega, Fowble, Mullins. r Row 4: Tolson, Davenport, Kelley, Shaw, Daum, Bullock, Coldwater, Wheeler, Moore, Goddard, Andrews, Seal, Coker. 751. Sparked by president Anne Davenport with the aid of vice- president Margaret Woodruff and secretary Norma Fowble, the Girls' Sport Leaders succeeded in putting their organization on the THS map. Besides the less-glamorous side of their job of working in the towel room of the girls' gym- nasium, the willing workers kept the departments athletic equip- ment in smooth-running order and found time to stage a break- fast cookout at Tangue Verde. industrious advisor tc the group was Mrs. Edna Iohnson. Energetic, good sports, friendly, enthusiastic are the peppy members of the Girls' Athletic Association, the or- ganization which boasts a membership growing with each succeeding. meeting. Barbara I-'ruedenthal efficiently presided at the monthly gatherings, while Kathy Fuller lought a winning battle to keep the credit records straight. Secretary Rosalie Wong, treasurer Mary Grace, and Program Chairman Shirley-Mae Lee dispatched their duties successfully. Ably sponsored by Miss ,Kathryn Young, the female sports fiends kept active with ball, stick, racquet, and club the year round. Row l: Davenport, Ditzel, Don, Fuller, Tolson, Moore. Row 2: V. Geisel. Reyes, Wong, B. Geisel, Skinner. Row 3: Lee, Kelley, Freuderithal, Grace, Fowble, Woodruff. Page 174 Row 1: Betty Norwood, Sue Zimmerman, Merlenya Weitzel, Ianet Wiqhtwick, Rosalie Wong, Barbara Cowper, Mary Ann Poss. Row 2: Susan White, Zola Lyerly, Peggy Daum, Alice Cervantes, Mary Carol Reed, Barbarc: Bunton, Elnora Ganoung. Row 3: Phil Robbins, Bob Brockus, Tommy Bentley, Ramon Cadiz, Barton Kendrick. Row 4: Dick Anklam, Bob Frederick, Roger Braden. Wafionafwf Amor ocielfy The Tucsonian would not be fro m these various groups complete Withoutua View of club- which lend a spark of variety life in the high school. There- A to the daily routine of class fore, We present representatives lfff 6 Work. ' Page 175 M 6!Lem-XQA? Row 1: Ann Kelley, lane Schwerin, Dody Strittrnatter, lean Stowell, Lou Ella Steninger. Row Z: Clifton Quinn, loe lap- ka, Saul Fisher, Mariann Cold- water, Ann Wilcox, Raclare Cor- dis. Row 3: Larry Lim, Bill Bab- cock, Bill Bingham, Richard Bid- eaux, Fred Gelderman, Barton Kendrick. Zgallgel' .4 Z ,. : 55, 1 .1 : Y' wwf A e - ' Z Q M. ,- U p 'in -.1 Q 1 -5 ,fvmgly .f ,.'-I .fl i. , ' , -I H,l'VL9I"6?, CMM Row l: Delia Ortega, Alice Sotomayor, Mike Perez, Mary Louise Meza, Mary Fimbres. Row 2: Mary Pfrimmer, Ken Kemmeries, Tom Wong, Renie ,Barcleau, -Bea Garcia. Row 3: Dale Funk, Henry Mc- Murry, Louie Raizk. ig, 5? 4--iw fr- K W' 71- , - lv, ,W cm Row 1: Pat Hussey, Lucile Knaqqe, Sylvia Connelly, Rose- mary Kremer. Row Z: Clara Tipton, Ann Kel- ley, Betty Iohcmtqen. Row 3: Larry Hawkins, Sue Tuqgey, Earline Iirou. SWT 's, V 'V " V Ue -" . , , lj e ,. , ., 'S' Page 176 . . . , - gun WMA Row l: Bill Helbiq, Enrique Ramirez. Row 2: Gary Neely, Marshall Messenger, George Tannous. QQPVLOOVL l"6l'LC CM Row 1: Leia French, Raclare Cordis, Laura Solo, Margaret Pare. Row Zz' Nancy Bloch, Betty Willar, Caryl De Roy. Row 3: MacGhenty Schmidt, Dolores Feldman, Luella Hern- don. arming EEHCA CM Row 1: Gail Gibbon, Mary Kale Zinn, Elaine Tremblay, Ann Simley. Row 2: Marie Louise Iones, Ioyce Robinson, lean Hussey. Gladys Palser. Row 3: Ianet Wiqhlwick, Neil Abrams, Roland Morreale, Phil Olson Cpresidenil .rf r. . , '30 " CM g Row 1: Hosea Wilson, Larry Leahy, Russ Iackson. Pat Reidy. How 2: Roger Hartman, Roger Herscowitz, Charles M c I v e r, George McNeill. Row 3: Ted Perry, Mr. L. Baz- zetta Cadvisorj, Bruce Burch, Bill Schober. Y, If Page 177 . -3- "1'.?.-gr' 1 '15- , 3, V if kgmi WAWLAM Hmm Row'l: Sue Zimmerman, Dora Yslas, Isabel Garcia, Ann l-luot, Mary McCollum, Marion Langer. Row 2: Florence Mayo, lean Chapel, Bill Mott, Ted Buford, Phil Confer, Mildred Tipton. Row 3: Charles Mclver, Dick Dotzenrod, Stanton Douglass, Tom Stinson. l QI"l!H,lfLt8:f Row l: Barbara McKee, Bar- bara Dering, Lorna Grady, Mary Neil Edwards, Sage Fletcher. Row 2: Sally McDonald, Ianet Pugh, Sue Zimmerman, Eileen Dick, Lillian Molina, Natalie Ponce. Row 3: Frank Vasquez, Iewel Eisenman, Victoria Rodriquez, Ada Gum, Don Funk. A, .M .. . Page 178 -. -1... , . .SQLLP 61128106 Row 1: Anne Wilson, Iudy Malone, Ioan Malone, Dolores Strittmatter. Row 2: Ned Cranston, Tom Smith, Roger Hartman, Bill Bab- cock, Willard Smith. Row 3: Ioe Iapka. CPC! CM Row 1: Rose Sabor, Mildred Tipton, Edna Mae Carey, Ann Stockwell, Bernice Bellmer. ' Row 2: Agnes Nimerfroh, Carol Wood, Dolores Strittmatter, Mary lean Huck, Mary Lee Skinner, Earlene Moody. Q Row 3: Betty Reeves, Loretta Palermo, Pat Serventi, Esther Warner, Carol Neston, Beverly Church. we -- 'ln N.. Jwnfil' "1-j. a4!0f.lQ.! CM Row 1: Lefty Iacobson, Don Makarov, Harold Glosser. Row Z: Bill Gundy, Tom But- terfield, David Allais, Mdriy Finemcm, Gregory Goodson. owic lolareciafion t CL! Row l: Ianet Pugh, Marjorie Pefley, Dorcas Ieifry. Row 2: Sally McDonald, Bar- bara Baldwin. Row 3: Don Daney, Ray Guer- rero, Arthur Brinkmeyer, Norman Vance, Donald Angel. 1 Page 179 Q I nam, cm Row l: Ioan Laubscher, Kath- erine Van Sant, Mary Lee Skin- ner. Row 2: Iohn Robinson, Bill Kohl, Leonard De Concini. Row 3: Bill Zimakas, Frank Patania, Philip Olson. .Sli Row 1: Norma lean Don, Caro- lyn Kuhlman, Ianet Wightwick, Gail Gibbon. Row 2: Lorna Grady, Barbara McKee, Pat Keevan, Yvonne Wade, Dick Perkins. Row 3: Leland Henderson, Art Brown, Norval Nelson, Gene Lowry, George Daniels, Charlie Cunningham. Page 180 gazebo lQf0c!1fwIfi0lfL CLA Row 1: Martha Cervantes, Ian- et Pugh, Eileen Dick, Pam Mc- Coy, Phyllis Krotenberq, Iewel Eisenman. ROW Z: Lloyd Colbeck, Bill Gard, Ronald Poze, Bill Bina- ham, Iack Kiere. Row 3: Timothy Catlinq, Bob Bauer, Iohn Huerta, Gene Leder. er. ,dmoz gmt use D ' S-e - , A A- V' -yn QQ Q' Row 1: Dorothy Flewelling, Y 'W - -' -'-u?'G91f Kay Tolson. ' ' fig: ' 'ff , W .- , , , .-.., , ,, . Row 2: Betty Backe, Ianet Ox- .: num' 5 to - 2 It L I ' ' 1 rt-,.LLf:QQh . it- 1 A , , M 5 .,Az 1 it D . A H -, 4' . 1 fe., " 1? Y A A' u'-1:7 ff" . ix ask: ziggy! .. 'jiri .6 ., .D YE gr V if 4: ,gsJu,,,',,.9BAv, A tt ' A' l . H ' 'fr -5 . 'fljll' "'l Qin' 1 A' "'-- l , in -.3"'Q-' H ef, e .' ' ' : 4. -' - --' ' - ' - - , ' " F .., , ' fb, v, -.- . fmbv- fem cm Row l: Gladys Palser, Donna Hoyt, lack Conrad, Fletcher Has- lcell. Row 2: Larry Becker, Richard North, Bill Helbig, Darrel Blank- enship, Ray Bentley. Row 3: Roy Haskell, Richard Fritz, 'Mr. Cooper CAdvisorD, Iohri Mikell, Ira Ernst. f 4. 4 , ,asf Zzdicfge Row 1: Merlenya Weitzel, Gwen Dewey, Bernice Bellmer. Row 2: Charlotte May, Pauline Arnold. Row 3: Dody Strittmotter, Pat Scott, Ianet Wiqhtwick. Page 181 . 5 W - we -ig 'W xii 'ong CKUL Row 1: Bernice Bellmer, Bar- bara Bennett, Iean Chapel. Row Z: Bill Iohnson, Ianet Pugh, Harriet Goodman, Barbara Mattingly. Row'3: Tim Calling, Harry Nadler, Larry Fishman, Ian Al-- exander, Eli Reinhard. A... Z-ze. 'Qi Y' .EY - 3 ogafin jorum Row 1: Luella Herndon, Sue Gin, Yvette Green, Mary Golberg. Row 2: Bill Kohl, Corinne Leatherman, Mona Barnbcxuer, lane Muir, R-ow 3: Bud Ramsey, Ray- mond Tess, Ned Cranston, Peter McClintock, Henry Way. Q-r ...i Page 182 m -' V - .9 .girigdim Row l: Pat Herron, Beverly Buck, lewel Eisenman. Row 2: Ianet Baker, Ann Wil- son, Peggy Dczum. Row 3: Ronald Poze, Walter Cole, Eddie Leigh. '- sv" '.... -Q ... ' . gf: :gf , . enior Omce Row l: Marilyn Klinq, Dolores Hawlc, Mary Ann Poss, Norma Fowble. Row 2: Ieanette Olander, Peg- gy Baldwin, Ann Huot. Row 3: Betty Lara, Maryanne Carson, Mary McCul1urn, Barbara Baldwin. Roy 4: Roy Sandoval, Tave Kaufman, Iimmy Sarrels. Row 1: Sydney Deal, Zola Lyerly, Melodee Gruber Rose Gunbel Ianet Raver, Suzanne Laws. Row 2: Lois Boker, Sage Fletcher, Sally Hutchxnson Ionl Clore Mary Stewart, Iackie Anderson, Shirley-Mae Lee. Row 3: Dick Tanner, Charlie Prentiss, Dave Inqlzs Lee Kenner Fred McWenie, Unky Sundt, Ioe Caid. Row 4: Ronald Poze, Dean-Bieserneyer, Edche Brown ommilffee jnfure owinefid Oda em 0 memca Page 183 ns, 1 -rq4.3'N .N X 0 .aa rl- EDDIE BROWN Broad-shouldered, usually smiling . . . kept activities in THS rolling as student body prexy . . . active in Intra- mural Sports, Boys' Social Hour . . . presided as Gover- nor of Boys' state . . . always seen spurring the crowd on at pep rallies and football games . . . contributed to THS future in establishing the Student Employment Service. PAUL GLEAVE Sleepless Chronicle editor crowded track into a'loaded schedule . , . scored touch- downs as fast football end . . . initiated into National Honor Society in his junior year . . . active as a letter- man for two years, Paul was noted for his loud letter-sweat er, cheerful perseverance. 3 fees Aoi A0 .gt ANN KELLEY Laughing, capable, blond . . . always in the thick of things . . . Student Body Sec- retary Ann took care of paper work for the Council . . . helped keep things moving . . . served on Chronicle Edi- torial Board, Hed Cross Coun- cil . . . acted as secretary Girls' T Club , . . attended Girls' State . . . National Hon- or Society member . . . lent her talents to both Quarterly and Tucsonian staffs. Pege 186 as v -ef" ,42- ...M-f Ili' .Hi ,X .,, Nw - tx ,,41-- , .gg- , FRED MCWENIE Tennis enthusiast . . . pre- sided over senior class . . . assisted Boys' Social Hour Committee and Lettermens' Club . . . attended Boys' State . . . initiated into National Honor Society . . . good-humor- ed THS patriot. IOHNNY HUERTA Northside 'vice-prexy . . speedy track star . . . ambi- tious' Red Cross Councilman, Service Society member . . . Boys' State Representative . . . Social Hour Committeeman . . . initiated into National Honor Society in his junior year . . . student body choice for "Funny Man" of the year. -..L Qi- -F' - l - W ,..srf,"" 'f 'ff 'Pie LOIS BAKER Blond, active, tennis star . . . assisted in THS student government in the role of sen- ior councilman . . . claimed by National Honor Society, Chronicle Editorial Board . . . served as attendant to Tuc- son l-Iiqh's rodeo queen . . . Enthusiastic, ambitious Lois is bound to go a long way in her chosen field. PAT IAMES Ambitious, prettv Pat . . . fond of tootsie rolls' and bas- ketball games . . . efficient co-editor of the 1950 Tucson- ian . . . National Honor So- ciety initiate . . . terpsichorist , . . Girls' State Representa- tive . . . member Service So- ciety, class council, Girls' So- cial Hour, Q1-lCi1'fef1Y Stuff' Thespians . . . prominent THS asset. fx 'QS ,if 7 A0 5 A0 in TOMMY KELLY A- three-sports letterman . . . assisted in guiding the senior class as vice-president . . . National Honor Society, Boys' state, senior office committee, dance committee . . . major track star, Kelly was an all- around THS "son", Page 187 qv 'B L SHIRLEY-MAE LEE Smiling, energetic . . .hand- led the duties of class secre- tary in both junior and senior years . . . responsible for much of the Work on the grand mid-century prom . . . claimed by National Honor Society, publications, Girls' Social Hour. Although active in girls' sports Shirley-Mae found time to devote to a Spanish major. CAROLINE PULTZ Sparkling Tucsonian co-ed- itor Caroline likes' cats and poetry . . . co-directed year- book activities . . . always seen hurrying about the halls . . . claimed by Terpsichoros, National Honor Society, ,Ser- vice Society, Art Honor So- ciety, Girls' Social Hour, pub- lication staffs . . . Style-gal Caroline developed clothes consciousness in THS through Chronicle column. A ta,--. E A0 if A0 tt. .QQ W. ,,,, ..., , 5 l fs 7 ee . W . I ttf ARTHUR BRINKMEYER Q ROY DRACHMAN Industrious, ambitious Art Brinkmeyer represented the senior class in the student council . . . active as National Honor Society member, Sen- ior Office Committeeman, music devotee-held coveted position as student director of the band . . . participated in the senior assembly activities. WILSON SUNDT Tennis' addict "Unky" . . handled official duties as Southside vice-prexy . . . was claimed by Boys' Social Hour, Lettermens Club, Boys' State, National Honor Society. Unky divides his time between wielding the administrative gavel and the sportsman's racket. NANCY MCRAE Energetic, good V humored Quarterly editor . . . loves painting, Italian food . . . di- rected the Work ot the THS literary publication . . . claim- ed by National Honor Society, Chronicle, prom committee, Art Honor Society . . . helped Big, laughing, happy-ga lucky . . . Tucson High's very large "Councilman at Large" . . . Varsity football guard, rated class A A1l'State . . . Boys' State Representative, member of the Lettermen's Club, senior cabinet, Boys' Social Hour . . . Six feet, two hundred pounds of humor and natural friendliness. BILL BINGHAM Ardent chemistry fan . . . efficiently headed the Iunior Red Cross' chapter in THS . . . likes to play tennis, act in stu- dent dramatic productions . . . numbered National Honor So- ciety, Chronicle, Thespians a- mong his varied activities . . . credited with a clever sense of humor. ee. P 'ft spur the football team on to Victory through songleading activities . . . Vivacious Nan- cy contributed more than her share to THS progress. Page 188 l l SUZANNE LAWS Green-eyed managing edi- tor of Tucsonian as well as contributor to Quarterly and Chronicle . . . governed Girls' State early in lune . . . active in Nat'l Honor Society, Girls' Social Hour, T9fPSiCl'1OT0S- Su: zanne proved beauty and brains' work admirably toge- ther. BARBARA FREUDENTHAL Efficient, attractive Barbara managed Chronicle staffs, print shop crew . . . wielded a "mean" tennis racket . . . rated high scholastically ct- mong senior class . . . claimed by National Honor Society, Girls' Social Hour, G. A, A., G. S. L., publications . . . helped keep activities moving in THS. t ilu V-are EDDIE LEIGH Busy, good-natured Chron- icle business manager . . . proponent of "more jokes for student publications" . . . Na- tional Honor Society initiate . . . panel speaker for Red Cross peace parley . . . high- ranker scholastically among senior class members . . . likes apples, strong coffee. ' Page 189 I , WM M tiff! M5535 . tu -.-.4 V r .-'E fix ' 1-30 PAT KEEVAN Dark-haired, Tucsonian bus- iness manager . . . Pat likes to swim, play tennis . . . wrote poetry, clever features for Tl-IS publications . . . member oi Girls' Social Hour, Honor Society, Service Socie- ty, dance committee . . . worked tirelessly on 1950 yearbook ads. IANET RAVER Well-liked, capable Girls' Social Hour prexy . . . aided Quarterly as member of edi- torial board . . . worked on Chronicle, Tucsonian staffs. . , Senior Office Committee, Hon- or Society, dance committee numbered among her varied activities . . . will be remem- bered for her bright smile and vivid personality. ,Tees SQA 41 -- 1 J' ttf, A . tt A-,, DICK LOUDERMILK Mild, easy-going Boys' So- cial hour president . . . brown, curly hairy bright sport shirts . . . junior guard, Senior Of- fice Committeeman, "30" Club member . . , Boys' State rep- resentative , . . active intra- muralist . . .all-around Tl-IS supporter. lOE CAID Fleet quarterback . . . ex- celled in sports and politics . . . following a year as jun- ior class prexy, Ioe included baseball, class council, junior guard among final activities , . . wielded the gavel over the Lettermens' Club in lack's absence . . . true Badge. GAIL HASKELL Blond, smiling stall-head for Tucsonian writers . . . wrote Chronicle Clothesline, Quar- terly features . . . secretary H o n o r Society, Thespians, member of dance committee, Social Hour Committee, Ser- vice Society, senior assembly . . . vibrant personality . . . leaves enviable memories and records of style behind her. IACK THOMAS Sunny-tempered, curly-top- ped Lettermens' president... lack divided time between sports, dramatic productions . . . member National These pian Society, he has appear- ed in THS drama for three years. lOl-IN EWING Class "joker" Iohn partici- pated in all-student activities . . . a roaring success in the 1950 senior assembly . , . ush- ered at mid-year graduation . . . served on Boys' Social Hour for two years, senior office committee, senior cabi- net. Pagf 190 '91hxe-sas. m :ef 'eas- rwr my tef- .QM . tl LEE KENNER High-scoring cage man . . . snared many points for Bad- gers as fast football end . . . served with senior office com- mittee, cldss cabinet, dance committee . . . was Social Hour Committeeman, Boys' State Representative , . . blond giant with lively sense of hu- mor. HENRY MCMURRY Half of Tucsonian photog- raphy team, Henry spent hours in Graphic Arts clark- room or on campus blinding subjects with flash bulbs . . . always seen carrying myster- ious black box full of lighting paraphernalia . . . treasurer of Badger Camera Clickers . . . Red hair, freckles char- acterize this "economy-size" shutterbug. C7 - lt, , I :a'f,'r'!n.' ' ,,'..'s-,.'-5 :, "'Qt"t'. -' .UH f '12 -1.-. g .v'Q."t" .'.',',' 'f',1v -' -W , ,.' -.. A ' gal, u g, if ,2 -'i,-'f'a'f'f'ffv"'- ALL., ,, r 1 1- by 1:1-A . Nei r HW, .v ., . 'A 9 1' H ', V, 5,5511 fasts, , -ii . ,f if- 'fn 1. nf,-T , ..f,,',.:.:.,,g,,:,..,,.,, '. . v 5 , 9 nn., i,1.,r,I,A,n,,,p ,,f o n I I F, - O 15' .4 ,...,n.',: , , I ,Qi , 4. 1.-v!-,:.g.-,o,, I.-51.4 .- ,...- -,f.-',r.xef1,:,:, on 5533? FRANCES ANDERSON Curly hair, blue eyes and a wide smile distinguish hard working Social Hour secre- tary . . . Frances also lent her talents to Quarterly as man- aging editor . . . participated in Tl-IS activities through Hon- or Society, Chronicle, Tucson- ian, senior office committee, Thespian Society. Page 191 2? lOl-IN ROBINSON Conscientious Chronicle staff editor . . . appreciates dry humor, loud shirts . . . listed as member of National Honor Society, Boys' Social I-lour . . . Boys' State alternate in his junior year . . . "mas- termind" behind Chronicle stories. MIKE PEREZ "Other" Tucsonian photog- rapher, Mike lugged camera everywhere, snapped student body pictures' at odd mom- ents . , . presided over Bad- ger Camera Clickers . . . ranked among active intra- muralists , . . ardent THS backer . . . spends free time developing, printing pictures, eating hot dogs. apr- , aw' 5 ri 'IV 3" 14 -,f A -J .I ,f' "5 - I V' IS W 8 W e Won! QIIVLQWXL VVdrea bunch o i Badge Page 192 I Vvdre the iiqhtnfmq QI" Badq GIS Z , 1, .T 5 51 N 1 MQ A Q-A 2 1 ,H 111191 L.-1 11, L 2251 Q4Mg1ga11H H 11 11 gsm 11 1 11, N. 1111 LF11 11 Having of good t1me :ff , 11MQnjmy,' 11 1,1511 1, 1, was X 11 1 2,51 11 X 1 1 1 111 Wh ' STS S YQUI pass? Page 193 SIU 17 sms de wst Q fun QI' OU mile I' Senjbr P crow rom 9 Up 1121 Cenirczl Park What happened to sixteen? Unhhhl Is she Q' bird???? W-NENQQ problem' . our Pedce 15 ,gvggffls E ' in- 1 In toO Wcztch that bottom step! 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SUNDT i CONSTRUCTION CO. 3 Building at the University of Arizona. 440 SOUTH PARK Rose Gimbel, "Unky" Sundt and Charles Cunningham looking over the- new, Sundt-constructed Liberal Arts I STEINFIELDB Patio-perfects from Steinfie1d's sportswear shops! Patio dress by Louella Ballerina in exotic native print, pique winged collar and hemlirie 952295. Thomas sport shirt with vivid multi-color spray outlined in White, 37.50. STElNFlELD'S Mcdeled by C line and l .egg Dee. K A I' ' Sales and Service Cadillac Oldsmobile Quo I ity Reconditioned Used Co rs APACHE MOTORS 406 N. 6th Ave. Phone 4-0431 gow Me lem? in Jmfam am! HM! iifaf.. MANGELS REALTY Reolto rs 616 North Fourth Ave. Ph- 3-0531. Soles ond Service Schwinn Bicycles Johnson Outboord Motors Hcurley-Dovidson Motorcycles INGHAM St INGHAM 531 North Fourth Avenue 51 5 6. . .,, X gf-5: J mf 1 '91 F. lx- su. -Q . ,lt f, ,4 Qld' 'f f' I :il "I, .4 Q GS o 5 Y I 'I 1'3- QL I HAIR STARE '40 7, Q " UNIVERSITY BARBER 'ei SHOP 5. Ari X S-4 I ' " '- . lj. . .- CHAIR . 915 East Third W TWO-DAY REPAIR SERVICE G U PTO N UNIVERSITY SQUARE in , JEWELERS ?QlL53lEiZ11 and Dick Loudermilk admire Dial M121 the fine merchandise being shown to them by Mr. Gupton Beverly Geisel, Page Gray and Mary - 'f 'E W Frances Beal in the Home Planners Den. N LEW ' EW ' , 'Zi Zgzifcferd ulalafy E9 ofnmger omyoan On Tyndall - Two blocks south of Broadway Dial 3-4728 In Tucson It s the MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION I I YJ .VET-Y-152101 ITOYIUXLT-D UI 8-'TIT IU! 1 I HOT I YL TUCSON AUTO PARTS 81 EQUIPMENT COMPANY 340 North Sixth Avenue Dial 2-3391 ,I '-'-"-'-" f -1 """"' k--- i -4:f-.'.f.- .-'.'.f.-.-. ' .-..-.-.--. -f.-.-. . : -'f- I 6 We 5 Pee WW padfry .Slap ff' j I Y 2.5f2 gut .sizeealway Anne Price casts admiring glances in the direction of the beautiful new Hudson in which Dick Perkins and Gene Lowry are riding. Hudson Authorized Soles ond Service in PERKINS MOTORS INC. 185 No. Stone Ave. Tucson Arizona Trust Company 136 NORTH STONE AVENUE These former students of Tucson Senior High now stand ready to serve you, the Class of 1950 the new alumni l P Standing - left to right: Stanley A. Thayer Class of 1928 Frances Vega Class of 1947 t Adalyn Lovejoy Class of 1942 Seated - left to I-ightg June Spann Class of 1929 June Mock Class 1947 Betty McLain Class of 1946 Jane Blackburn Class 1947 Virginia Baiey CIHSS Of 1923 Martha Jayme C1355 1947 Abigail Casey Class of 1929 W, bE, Lovejoy C1355 1910 W. E. Lovejoy, Jr. Class of 1935 Jean Gassert Class 1949 W. P. Wylie, Jr. Class of 1931 Helen Lockhart Class 1949 JOhI1 C. Hansen Class of 1934 JAMES F. HGSTETTER Landscape Architect 3955 E. Brocldwcny 5-9623 PATIOS - LAWNS BARBECUES BRICK EDGING PAVED TERRACES SPRINKLER SYSTEMS TUBBED PLANTS NURSERY STOCK GARDEN SUPPLIES Wemger I Aaaciatian of opanaldcafze ..ArcAifecfA .gan jranciJco legion ARIZONA STAR FEEDS ARIZONA FLOUR MILLS 177 East Toole 49.3 l!8I"g0l'L8 EMA, Gallant-Carroll Mufti' Wei?!LA0rQ .Store HARDWARE SUPPLIES HOUSEHOLD. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND PAINT at cmd Lee THE PLACE TO Go. . . FOX-TUCSGIXI THEATRE at cr favorite theatre 17 W. CCDNGRESS Hove you seen our N u-H ue Color Bar? Where you con match any color scheme in cr matter of minutes? Mark It's at the 1:oBlNsoN PAINT COMPANY 9111111 nedcrzffion l9Aarmaci.4f.4 SIDEBOTTOM 'S INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE ExcLus1vsx.Y FOURTH AVENUE PHARMACY m"J,"",5o3 13.15 445 N. Fourth Ave. c E. sxosaorrou Tu s N A z Watch and Clock Repairing Engraving - Special Order Work 62:49 Cach! .Emu TUCSON - PHOENIX - YUMA TUCSON - PHOENIX - YUMA Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry Silver - Clocks - Appliances Home of Over 44,000 Satisfied Customers TWO CON VENIENT LOCATIONS Main Store 179-193 W. Congress Store No. 2 198-2l0,W. Congress l Ili!!! ' 9 FURNITURE STORES cavurlixzal at' lllGillfS'lillUl.lDGE' SUPERlUl'l'UUUGl.llS'FlJU IONI CLORE. MARY KATE ZINN, AND TEAN HUGHES TAKE TIME OUT TO TEST REUBEN 'S COMFORTABLE FURNITURE. A SHOPPING CENTER FOR TEEN-AGE A i1flli Z i:il : A i: : i 2'1 A SPORTS APPAREL AND EQUIPMENT Thrifty High School Students in Tucson know that, reqardless oi what their needs may bee- they'll be able to iind the things they Want, when they want them, at the price they Want to pay. From. Sporting Equipment to Fashion Apparel - you'l1 find all your needs at Sears - Southern A.rizona's most com- plete Department Store. Best of all, you can buy your every need with the con- fidence cmd assurance that every item purchased is backed by Sears World Famous "Satisfaction Guarantee." SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. 81 N. 6th AVENUE, TUCSON, ARIZ. Modeled by Bettty Gross and Ncmcy Hostetter REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES RENTALS INSURANCE ANDERSON REALTY CO., INC. 1003 E. Sixth Street Phone 3-9401 Knhler 'iilvrtrir Eight 8: Hamer Planta Agvnrg JOHNSON JEWELERS 39 E. BROADWAY Special consideration on graduation gifts as a direct result of seeing this advertisement 7 QA 4 161,660 CZ. CITY-WIDE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE .5f9 EMA Jae. BEACON LIGHTING FIXTURE co. 2521 East Sixth Jim Sarrels, Maryanne Carson, Kathy Dillas and Eddie Brown en- joy the fountain services at the newest Martin Drug Store in Tuc- son - Speedway and Country Club. M RTI DRUG CO. RAI B01 gggq BREAD POWER and HOME EQUIPMENT COMPANY ' COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS WESTINGHOUSE - PHILCO - HOTPOINT KROEHLER - SIMMONS PHON E 3-3696 ' EDDIE WILLARD IOHN SUE MARGARET LEIGH SMITH ROBINSON GIN CLAMPITT In Tucson nearly Everyone reads STEINHEIMER'S BOOKS I 7 EN 'D 5:1424 if 1,41 DEAN BIESEMEYER. SHIRLEY-MAE LEE, PAUL GLEAVE. AND ANN KELLEY That's the Cow in the Middle! SHAMROCK DAIRY Featuring Nome Brands of Men's ond Boys' Furnishings cind Shoes B 8. J MEN'S SHOP 901 E. Third Street Cnext to University Post Officel MEN'S AND LADIES' TAILORING " Lunches ' School Supplies High School Inn ffl-' koi PHONE 2-943: GAS STATION W. H. BARNES Compleie Aufomofive Service 6TH AND PARK TUCSON, A'RlZONA TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 1015 E. Sixth Street 3929 E. Broadway Near Park Avenue at Alvernon Dial 3-0382 Dial 5-3041 TRINCE SHOE SHOP jim Gloss F. W. Woolworth Co Mirrors 36 12. CONGRESS Steel Sash Store Fronts Cnrwiafenfg omring Auto Gloss TUSCON SHOPPERS SOUTHWESTERN X763 SASH Sf DOOR COMPANY jnedf wriefg 210 Stevens Avenue 0 WZPCAQVLCLJZ "QUARTER-OF-A-CEN'1URY OF PROGRESS" xi!" X Q izxmqf v S 'J S ' Nancy McRae ' ,i 1, WD , and Richard Morrison 1 V I 0'RIELLY MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICE SERVING TUCSON MOTORISTS SINCE 1924 I SHEARMAN FURNITURE COMPANY time ?!4JLoZ5ferg Aince f880 Ken Hood and Allie Beth Jordan COMPLETE BUSINESS TRAINING Day and Night Classes Filing English Typewriting Shorthand Accounting Spelling Commercial Law Secretarial Practice Penmanship Comptornetry Glnx Glnmmrrrial Glnllzgr 79 N. Stone Ave. INCOME PROPERTY-LOTS M09 V05 Shop GENERAL INSURANCE . zz N. scan Specializing in Junior Dresses Angcal Vos H10 6 S 33 W. Pennington SPROUSE-REITZ CO. INCQ 2332 N. Campbell Ave. Next to the Catalina Theatre A'5 4, 'Ewa ,f if -,ap-Eve. 3.555 5- 915 ff if 'ggi-V fb 3 P ,if tb' as V I f-ffl-if-Q 1,1 I . Pat Keevan and Fred McWe11xe watch as Manny Drachman points out how the Gallion road-grader works F. RONSTADT HARDWARE CO. North Sixth at Pennington Photo 3-3691 Pioneers in Good Merchandise" DISTRIBUTORS FOR Farm Sc Industrial Machinery Tractors-Pumps-Road Equipment Hardware - Paints - Housewares J. I i joan Patania showing jane Gibbs some of the beautifully wrought jewelry from- I THUNDERBIRD SHOP 2744 East Broadway Locally Owned - Issuing Its Own Policies of Title Insurance N 1095055809 nil-5 N53-N'l um . f 1X1l-3'3lgy4S re '-11 45 West Pennington FORGET WASHDAYRCHORES! WE KEEP TUCSONIANS WELL DRESSED . T . H "5 , . J A I " - f ' ' V EEEEQ LEEE 1 I R ' -1 if E l .5 . ' -',. ,g ", If A 'fa '4 RY R W' NYSE' 'I "M -. I R TUCSON LAUNDRY DRY CLEA ER 48 EAST SIXTH STREET h Pat Marshall toils at er ironing board. Bob King describes base- YR ball equipment 1 b f o mem ers o the TI-IS nine. DEALER FOR RAWLING'S ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT "Finest in the FieId" ,460 SPOT-BILT SHOES DUNLO'P TENNIS EQUIPMENT LOUISVILLE SLUGGERS MacGREGOR GOLF SUPPLIES PORTER'S 120 NORTH STONE DIAL 3-7594 X K5 in I Establishing and maintaining a friendly, business-like relationship with a good bank is important to young men and women, particularly to those who aspire to become tomorrow's business and professional leaders. These young men and women who establish a banking connection by opening a savings account and adding "Mos: Likely .Q to Succeed" to it regularly...who consult the bank about their plans for the future... who win and keep the confidence oftheir banker...have gained a valuable, life-long ally. The Valley National Bank cordially welcomes the accounts and friendships of all sincere, ambitious young men and women. VA!E.'!1'.EX..'H5.lE".Q!?'.6?l':.RMK BENJAMIN MOORE PAINT PRODUCTS MULCAHY LUMBER COMPANY 503 wEs'r coNGlusss ,MA jeaiure .gizulfern jried 6A,icLen ana, Lgylirimp . . . lining pawn .szruice mules ibriue jan 1148 W ml. Aye. .flbiaf 2-9535 CRAFTSMAN'S HOBBY SHOP COMPLETE LINE OF HOBBY SUPPLIES 3018 E. GRANT ROAD PHONE 5-7681 WHETHER SHE MAKES HER CLOTHES OR BUYS THEM READY-MADE, THE MODERN MISS SHOPS AT IACOME'S, WHERE SHE CAN' SAVE ZCZJ EXTRA ON EVERY PURCHASE WITH THRIFTIES s 4 I 9 'X -r u c s o N Congress ot Scott w " rv uw! H1 if-,' 1445-ri 'L ' ' " l x1.'-g c' -' Zola Lyerly ML .gkepienfion am! Jacqui Rzlinion jar a Lame fa Ae I proud og guy MQ do leaf furnidkingl, . tie Aim! auaifzlA af-- W MITCHELL FURNITURE COMPANY 75 WEST CONGRESS . 11, , ,re 3 O-,,.,-I f- Suzanne Laws and Bill Critchlow shopping for beautiful tableware at Tucson's finest jewelry store www! AND had 60 EAST colvazesss- Tucson Thornffs uper Market "The Home of Good Eats and Meats" 2513 E. 6th St. Dial 5-4191 Modeled 'by Gail Haskell CLAY LOCKETT"S 32 W. Broadway R lzgmizzlend Ayr me jufure N Builders ofthe tennis courts ot Tucson Senior High School For all your paving needs . . . ARIZONA PAINT CO. fpainbing Uonfzacfozs TUCSON. ARIZONA RICHARDS PAVING COMPANY 3337 N. Country Club Road Phone 5-73l l ' 'AS Bitumuls Surfacing For Playgrounds Lovkold and Grosstex Tennis Courts Laykold Tennis Courts at Tucson Senior High School q oqnizecl by park and school authorities as the "finer playing surfaces". Year- round playability, resilence un- der foot, durability with no dai- T A cost. STANCAL ASPHALT 81 BITUMULS CCMPANY 600 WESTSIMPSON STREET TUCSON, ARIZONA tZZ4,i!alerJ Zn' llw jufure H Mr. Jackson imparts a little electrical "know-how" to ff. 1 Jim Wheeler, Derry Mills, Mary Frances Vest and lf f 3 John Ewing. i ,rl- "' we F J if E1 - " 2' , 'e-D--A P S V .fn K f h 1-L v rf 5? ef Q KERMIT c. OESTREICH i x ELECTRIC COMPANY fx M 2143 NORTH COUNTRY cliuip ag Electrical Contractors for the Tucson Vocational High School .::0gAfing me Afuclenb ,way tgA.i!c!erA ,apr Me jufure U J. B. MATZ SPECIALTY CONTRACTOR INC. 219 South Tyndall ACOUSTICAL INSTALLATION "Acousti-CeIotex" TUCSON VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL PLACE 84 PLACE Architects FRED W. FISHER Architects for the CO. Tucson Vocational High School 139 S. Olsen II I U IWNTX 6, f ' i ' MARBLE A 0 R .- -. A A , .,..1...., .SV 1..,.W.... .. 1 , ....,.-... P' 'N I -4.Jg4 .. mlm I 15 i' . 1 4 "' 5 Q, ' ' Q ff T . ME? H51 if 1 '- 1 " 3'5" W'-'T' W 'S Q V ' 'M :li 'H' N , 'Y-1: -.gg " . V Y. i -- - jg? .. v' , .f 3 , A ,V . ., Z V . ,nn gif- . ,Ar T .5 ' ' 1' A ,Y .1441-' A E1-f .LL .1 5 hi' .QS-. ' V' ,aff , ,. , Q.. . , fly 11. 1 1, Y- 1 V. , A 2 f I M 7' ,Q-41. 7 ' and I ' 2, y , ss , zzz ' ' M 7 'A I ,,, E . V-W F55 w kg. I ' ' ' -522 1, sk K , . X . ggxg, M . X.. .5 x ,s wg gk V 6: 1Wf"., H Wy -' - wx 1 Q TTT I TUCSON VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL - DESIGN FOR THE FUTURE HAROLD A ZMBUILDI G C0 ASHTON-JOYNT CONS'l'RUCTl0N C0. E 'gl ii P .mv f in 5 I . ii' . fi 5 ii '.-, TUCSON VOCAT1-ONAL HIGH SCHOOL - DESIGN FOR TI-IE FUTURE JOY C0. O O ASHT0N-J0YNTA CUNSTRUCTION C0.O ww.- ,M .12 'I' ,, :JM ,g 8 gb A4-s 3' ffl! 8lf1fL8Ifl'LL6If' jAL5 confinneay .s"'- - . U- V A ff? , .Y ' . ' "'. .25 ,P . - 1 - - . , -4 . 4' Dry T", Q 8111712 ' Whfvf DOY ,-se w '5,.,1f! ., do .Vo id U mmk H S Con O' . ,X- U wily A is -k of fb qious? Q, .N 4 5 S Spin Page On to the Nurses' office The sneaks! -m.vf.,,z' f' 1' Commonly colled cm 'brchipallium Wed KLM 4 Is it loaded? 'far sr--mf T-TTT uc FU" Q3 1' x .Q 5,4 I V' fiifsei X, :QQ , I, 1 " f'N-fikiiig 1- if ..' -,mm He Ule IS wjgeoiles Page 284 CQHUSIQ, any 0129? Remember When Page 235 'I The 9 enior cyrwfex ACEDO, RICHARD ..............-..., -,,,-.,,,-.,,., 2 7 Football 2,3,45 Iunior Guard 35 Lettermen's Club 45 Allied Youth 3,4. ACOSTA, FRED ..............................,..... 27 Baseball 2,3,45 Basketball 2. ACOSTA, LOUIE ........................... ........ 2 7 Band 2,3,45 Lyre's Club 45 Swing band 3. AGRON, AUSTIN ............................. .... 2 7 Intramural Sports 3,45 Stamp club 3. ALCAREZ, MARY ........................ ......... 2 7 Needlework Club 3. ALDAY, ALICE ..................... ............. 2 7 Graphic Arts Club 45 Quarterly 4. ALEXANDER, ALICE .............. --- ----27 F . B. L. A. 3. ALLAIS, DAVID .................,.................. .27 Chess Club 3, 45 Iunior Red Cross 2,3,45 I-Iot Rod Club 3,4. ALLEN, PEGGY ................................... ..27 Dance Committee 35 Flag Bearer 35 Quarterly 45 Tuc- sonian 3. ALMADA, DOLORES ................................ 27 Allegro 3,45 Balladeers 3,45 Band 45 G. S. L. 3,45 Iunior Red Cross 2,3,45 F. B. L.. A. 45 Terpsichoros 3,45 "Twentieth Century Rythms"5 "Rhythm, Line, Color" ALMADA, GILBERT ................................. 27 Band 2,3,45 Lyre's Club 45 Orchestra 4. ANDERSON, FRANCES ....... - ..................... 27 Chronicle 2,3,45 Dance Committee 2,3,45 Flag Bearer 25 National Honor Society 3,45 Thespians 3,45 "Fannie and the Servant Problem"5 "Lilies ot the Field"5 Quar- terly 3,45 CManaging Editor 415 Social Hour Committee 45 CSecretary 415 Tucsonian 2,3,45 Terpsichoros 3,45 Social Life Committee 45 "Twentieth Century Rhythms" 35 "Rhythm, Line, Color" 4. ANDERSON, FREMONT ......................,....... 27 ANDERSON, IACKIE ........ -- ...................-.. 27 Song Dancer 45 Chronicle 35 Pep Squad 25 Quarterly 35 Senior Council 45 Senior Office Committee 45 Tucson- ian 3,45 Terpsichoros 3. ANDERSON, IOHNNIE ......................c.-..... 27 F. B. L. A. 45 CVice-president 41 ANTZOULATOS, GENEVIEVE ........................ 27 ARCHER, IANE ..................................... 27 Chronicle 3,45 Senior Cabinet 45 Dance Committee'45 Flag Bearer 25 Girls' T Club 45 Gold Club 45 Intra- mural Sports 3,4 CPresident 415 National Honor Society 3,45 Pep Squad 25 Quarterly 3,45 Senior Office Commit- tee 45 Social Hour Committee 45 Tennis Squad 3,45 Tucsonian 45 Song Dancer 4. ARNETT, HELEN ............................. .....-- 2 7 Rhythm Rollers 4. BABCOCK, BILL .............. ......................- 2 7 Chronicle 45 Flag Bearer 25 Iunior Guard 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Class Council 25 Science Club 3,4 CVice-president 415 Star Gazers Club 3,45 Dance Com- mittee 2. BACA, OSCAR ............................- -------- 2 7 BACAL, MARTIN .... ........ .--- 2 3 BAILES, BOB ..............-.... ---- 2 8 BAIN, DON ......................... ..... ..-.-- 2 3 Track 45 Intramural Sports 4. BAKER, LOIS .............................. ....-.--- 2 3 Song Dancer 45 Chronicle 3,4 CEditorial Board 415 Class Council 35 Senior Cabinet 45 Councilman 3,45 Dance Committee 3,45 Flag Bearer 25 Intramural Sports 25 Junior Guard 35 Natinal Honor Society 3,45 Pep Squad 25 Quarterly 3,45 Senior Office Committee 45 Tennis 3, 45 Tucsonian 3,45 Mid-year Graduation Guard 45 Rodeo Queen Attendant 4. Page 236 BALDWIN, BARBARA ............... L ,... ........... 2 8 Allegro 45 Allegretto 35 Balladettes 35 Balladeers 45 Chronicle 45 Class Council 35 Iunior Guard 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Social Hour Committee 45 Tucsonian 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Music Appreciation 45 Terpsichoros 3,45. Hostess Club 35 Honor Service Society 3,4 CSecretary 4'1. BALDWIN, PEGGY .... .... . - ....... .,. ,............. 28 F.B.L.A. 4. BARKER, ANITA ...........................,-......, 28 Dance Committee 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Skat- ing Club 4. BARTOL, BOB .................................,.... 28 Golf Club 45 Intramural Sports 45 Graphic Arts Club 45 Rhythm Rollers 4. BAUER, BOB .................................... ..--28 Class Council 35 Intramural Sports 35 National Art Hon- or Society 35 Magic Club 3. BAUGH, BILL .........,.............. - ............. 28 Intramural Sports 2,35 Tennis 3. BAUMER, IOHN ............................... ., .... 28 BEAL, MARY FRANCES ............................ 28 Chronicle 45 Senior Cabinet 45 Golf Club 3,45 Tucson- ian 3. BELDING, LOIS ..................................... 28 BELL, ROBBIE ...................................... 28 BELL, RODNEY ..................................... 28 Band 2,3,4 CDrum Major 415 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Lyre's Club 45 Orchestra 2,35 Rifle Club 4. BELLMER, BERNICE ............................ ,.-. 2 8 G.A,A. .2,3,45 Quarterly 35 Bi-Chem-Phy 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Co-ed Club 4 CPresident 415 Bridge Club 3,45 Ping Pong Club 45 Rhythm Rollers 4. BEMBERY, ARLYSS .,.............................. -28 Chonicle 35 Class Council 25 Dance Committee 2,35 Pep Squad 25 Quarterly 2,35 Tucsonian 35 F.B.L.A. 45 Rhy- thm Rollers 45 Allied Youth 3,45 Ski Club 4. BENNER, BARBARA .....................-.......... 28 Allegro 3,45 Allegretto 25 Balladeers 3,45 Dance Com- mittee 25 Quarterly 4. BENNETT, BARBARA ...-...............--.. ........ 2 3 Ping Pong Club 4. BERMAN, PHYLLIS .... .... ................ 2 8 BERRY, STANLEY .................................. 29 BIESEMEYER, DEAN .......................-........ 29 Baseball 2,3,45 Senior Cabinet 45 Flag Bearer 25 Foot- ball 3,45 Intramural Sports 2,45 Iunior Guard 35 Letter- men's Club 3,45 National Honor Society 45 ,Senior Office Committee 45 Social Hour Committee 45 Boys' State Representative. BINGHAM, ARL!-:NE .................... ............. 2 9 "It Might Happen Here"5 Class Council 45 Terpsi- choros 3,4 "Twentieth Century Rhythms"5 "Rhythm, Line, Color". BINGHAM, BILL ................... ................. 2 9 Chronicle 45 Dance Committee 2, 35 Iunior Guard 35 Iunior Red Cross 2,3,4 CCouncil 3, President 415 Latin Forum 3,4 CPresident 315 National Honor Society 45 Thespians 45 "She Stoops to Conquer"5 "Passing of the -Third Floor Baclc"5 Radio Production Club 3,45 Science Club 3,4. BIRMINGHAM, PETE ..............---.---- ---------- 2 9 BLABON, RONALD ........---..----- ------- ------- 2 9 Intramural Sports 45 Dance Committee 3. BLAKESLEE, WALTER .................... ......- 2 9 Hiking Club 4. BLECHER, DOLORES ........... ------- 2 9 F.B.L.A. 45 Rhythm Rollers 4. BLEICH, CLIFF .................. .........-..----- - --29 French Club 35 Golf Club 35 Intramural Sports 45 Ski Club 45 Science Club 45 Ping Pong Club 4. 'SENIOR INDEX - Continued BLOCH, NANCY ..... .. ................... ..... 2 9 French Club 47 Radio Club 47 Ski Club 4. BOOTMAN, GERALDINE ............................ 29 Allegro 3,47 Balladeers 3,47 G.A.A. 3,47 Quarterly 3,4. BORBOA, BOB ...................................... 29 BOUGHTON, MARY ELLEN .......................... 29 BOWEN, BARBARA ................. -- --- ---..--29 Allegretto 47 Skating Club 4. BOYER, JERE ....................................... 29 Band 27 Chronicle 47 Intramural Sports 2,3,47 Pep Squad 27 Swing Band 3,4. BRADEN, ROGER ................................... 29 Chronicle 2,3,47 Class Cabinet 47 Football 27 Junior Guard 37 Lettermen's Club 2,3,47 National Art Honor Society 2,3,47 National Honor Society 3,41 Quarterly 2,3,47 Social Hour Committee 47 Track 2,3,47 Boys' State Representative. BRADFIELD, ROSEMARY ............................ 29 Cheer Leader 47 Horseback Riding Club 3. BRASKER, EMMA ........................... ..... 2 9 BRAVO, ERNEST .......................... ..... 2 9 Junior Guard 3. BRINKMEYER, ART ...............................,.. 29 Balladeers 3,4: Band 2,3,47 Senior Cabinet 47 Class Council 2,31 Dance Committee 2,3,47 Flag Bearer 27 Intramural Sports 2,3,47 Junior Red Cross 2,3,4 CTreas- urer 417 Junior. Guard 37 Latin Forum 37 Lyre's Club 4 CPresident 417 National Honor Society 47 Orchestra 47 "Lilies of the Fielduf Senior Office Committee 47 Social Hour Committee 47 Senior Councilman7 Tennis Z,3,4I Boys' State Representative. BROWN, ADA ...................................... 30 BROWN, BARBARA .......................,......... 30 Pep Squad 27 Horseback Riding Club 37 Skating Club 4. BROWN, EDDIE ..................................... 30 Baseball 27 Basketball 27 'Senior Cabinet 47 Dance Committee 2,47 Intramural Sports 2,3,4f Junior Guard 37 Senior Office Committee 47 Social Hour Committee 3,47 Student Body President 47 Boys' State Governor. BUCK, BEVERLY .................................... 30 BUCKEY E, EUNICE ............... .. .........,....... 30 G.A.A. 4. BUFORD, TED .....a........,.................,..... 30 Graphic Arts Club 2,37 Intramural Sports 2,3,47 Quar- terly 3,47 Rhythm Rollers 4. BULLOCK, JEANE'l'TE .............................. 30 Dance Committee 2,37 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Intramural Sports 47 F.B.L.A. 47 Scribbler's Club 4. BUNCH, NORMA JEAN .............................. 30 BUNTON. BARBARA .................c.............. 30 Chronicle 27 Dance Committee 37 Flag Bearer 37 Na- tional Art Honor Society 3,47 Quarterly 47 Tucsonian 2,37 Terpsichoros 3,47 Class Council 3,47 "Twentieth Century RYlhIIlSui "Rhythm, Line, Color". BURKE ,PAT .............................. ..... 3 0 Flag Bearer 37 G.A.A. 27 Quarterly 4. BURKHOLDER, BOB ................ .. .....,.......... 30 BURNE'I'I', CHARLES ...-............................ 30 Flag Bearer 27 French Club 37 Graphic Arts Club 2,32 Junior Guard 37 National Honor Society 3,42 Quarterly 2,3. BURROUGHS, BOB .................................. 30 Basketball 27 Intramural Sports 3,4: Junior Guard 37 Junior Red Cross 2,3,47 Lettermen's Club 3,42 Honor Service Society 47 Track 2,3,4. BURROWS, BARBARA .............................. 30 Allegro 3,4: Balladeers 3,47 National Honor Society 3,42 Quartette 3,47 Social Hour Committee 47 Terpsichoros 3,41 Honor Service Society 47 "Twentieth Century Rhy- thms" 37 "Rhythm, Line, Color" 4. 7 BUSTAMANTE, ALVA ..... - ...........,,-,,,,---,.. 30 El Cervantes 2,37 Flag Bearer 37 G.A.A. 27 Junior Red Cross 3,4. BUTLER, HAROLD .......... .....,,-,,,,..,,.,,,,, 3 0 Junior Guard 3. BU'I'I'ERFIELD, TOM -- ..... 30 Chess' Club 3,4. CAID, JOE .......................,,.,,,,,,,,,,.-,., 30 Baseball 2,3,4j Class Council 2,3,4f Class President 37 Football 2,3,47 Junior Guard 37 Lettermen's Club CVice- president 417 National Honor Society 3,4: Quarterly 37 Senior Office Committee 47 Social Hour Committee 3,42 Mid-year Graduation Guard 4. CALLAHAN, MARGIE ..... - .................,..... 30 Dance Committee 47 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Golf Club 37 "Fannie and the Servant Problem"7 "Lilies ot the Fielduf Needlework Club 3. CALVILLO, CHARLOTTE ............................ 30 Junior Guard 37 Quarterly 4 CTyping Staff Head 417 Class Council 37 Needlework Club 3. CAMERON, MARILYN ...........,................... 31 Honor Service Society 4. CAMPBELL, DON ......... - ..............,...,.,... 31 Senior Cabinet 47 Dance Committee 3,41 Football 2,32 Graphic Arts Club 2,57 Intramural Sports 2,3,47 Quar- terly 2,3,4 CCo-Makeup Editor 417 Track 2. CANALES, REBECCA .,.......... -- ................. 31 CANEZ, TONY ..............,...................... 31 CAPEN, 'I'ED ........................................ 31 Dance Committee 37 Intramural Sports 27 Pep Squad 27 Class Council 3,47 Allied Youth 3,47 Hot Rod Club 3. CARDENAS, FRANK ................................ 31 Graphic Arts Club 27 Quarterly 4. CAREY, EDNA ..................................... 31 G.A.A. 2,3,4f Pep Squad 27 Tennis Squad 3,42 F.B.L.A. 47 Rhythm Rollers 47 Co-Ed Club 4. CARRASCO, MINA .................................. 31 Graphic Arts Club 3,47 Skating Club 47 F.B.L.A. 4. CARRILLO, CONSUELO ...................... -. ....... 31 G.A.A. 2. CARRILLO, FRED .............. ....... .......... 3 I Baseball 2,3,4. CARRILLO, GENARO .....,.........-...........-.... 31 Balladeers' 3,47 Intramural Sports 3,47 Quarterly 2,3. CARRILLO, GLORIA -- .............................. 31 Allegretto 27 Balladettes 47 G.A.A. 2,47 Class Council 47 Co-Ed Club 47 F.B.L.A. 47 Allied Youth 47 Radio Pro- duction Club 3. CARRILLO, ROBERT ..........................-..... 31 Basketball 2. CARROLL, BOB .........,............. .......-...... 3 1 Band 2,31 Intramural Sports 2,3,47 Orchestra 2,31 Track 27 Bowling Club 2,3,47 Bowling 4. sports 4. CARSON, DON ..........,.......................... 31 Basketball Manager 2,3,47 Chronicle 2,3,4f CSports Edi- tor 417 Dance, Committee 37 Intramural Sports 3,47 Junior Guard 37 Junior Red Cross 47 National Honor Society 3,47 Quarterly 3,42 Social Hour Committee 47 Tucsonian 3,41 Boys' State Representative, House of Representatives 4. . CARSON, DORTHA ...............................,. 31 G.A.A. 37 Pep Squad 27 Class Council 3,42 F.B.L.A. 47 Co-Ed Club 3. CARSON, MARYANNE .............................. 31 Chronicle 47 Senior Cabinet 47 National Honor Society 47 Tucsonian 3,47 Class Council 37 F.B.L.A. 4 CSecre- tary-Treasurer 417 El Cervantes 37 Flag Bearer 2. CASANOVA, RICHARD ...-........, , -.,,,-,,,.,.,,.. 31 Class Council 37 Dance, Committee 37 Football 27 Intramural Sports 37 Junior Red Cross 3,47 House of Representatives 4: Bachelors Club 3. CATLING. TIMOTHY ...--..,-.-,...-, .-,,,,,,,-,---- 3 1 Chess Club 47 Radio Production Club 47 Ping Pong Club 4. CERVAN TES, ALICE .......,.,.,,, ,,,,,-,,,,,,,------ 3 1 Dance Committee 37 El Cervantes 3,4 CVice-president 317 National Art Honor Society 3,41 Quarterly 37 Tuc- sonian 3. Page 2377 SENIOR INDEX - Continued CHAPEL, JEAN ..................................... 32 Intramural Sports 3,45 Needlework Club 35 Pinq Pong Club 45 Rhythm Rollers 45 F.B.L.A. 4. CHEESEMAN, KENNETH ................. ......... 3 2 Chess Club 45 Star Gazers 4. CHURCH, BEVERLY ....................... .... 3 2 Alleqretto 25 Co-Ed Club 4. CLAMPITT, MARGARET ............................. 32 Chronicle 3,4 CEditorial Board 415 G.A.A. 35 Junior Guard 35 Junior Red Cross 2,3,45 Thespians 3,4 CI'reas- urer 415 "It Miqht Happen Here"5 "Lilies of the Field"5 Quarterly 45 Class Council 45 Tuconsian 3,45 Radio Production Club 35 Allied Youth 3. CLAYTON ME,LROY ................................ 32 CLINGINGSMITH, BILL .............................. 32 CLORE, IONI ....................................... 32 Chronicle 35 Junior Guard .35 Thespians 3,45 "Lilies of the Field"5 "She Stoops to Conquer"5 Quarterly 35 Senior Office Committee 45 Tucsonian 3,45 Rhythm Rollers 4. COKER, KATIE ..................................... 32 Pep Squad 25 F.B.L.A. 4. COLBECK, LLOYD .................................. 32 Flag Bearer 35 .Football 25 Intramural Sports 3,45 Junior Red Cross 3,45 Track 35 Honor Service Society 3,45 Star Gazers 35 House of Representatives 45 Radio Pro- duction Club 35 Intramural Board 4. COLDWATER, MARIANN ...... 1 ..................... 3 2 French Club 35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Latin Forum 35 Bi-Chem- Phi 45 Honor Service Society 45 Ski Club 4. CONDIT, OLIVE ...S................................. 32 Junior Guard 35 Senior Cabinet 45- Tucsonian 3. CONELLY, SYLVIA .................................. 32 Allegro 3, 45 Balladeers 3,45 Junior Red Cross 2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Organ Club 45 "Lilies of the Field"5 Quartette 3,45 Social Hour Committee 45 Honor Service Society 45 Junior Red Cross 4 CSecretazy 415 Terpsi- choros 3,45 "Rhythm Line, Color,"5 "Twentieth Century Rhythms". CONFER, PHIL ...............................,...... 32 Football 25 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Junior Red Cross 45 Pep Squad 25 Class Council 45 Rhythm Rollers 4. COOK, J. V. ..................................... ..-32 COOK, VORIS R, .................................. 32 Class Council 25 Dance Committee 25 Pep Squad 2. COOPER, ED ....................................... 32 CORBEITT JOHN .................................... 32 Flag Bearer 35 Graphic Arts Club 35 Intramural Sports 35 "She Stoops to Conquer"5 Social Hour Committee 4 CSecretary 415 "30" Club 3. CORDING, DAVID .................................. 32 Flag Bearer 35 Junior Red Cross 4. CORDIS, RACLARE .............. - .................. 32 Junior Red Cross 3,45 Radio Production Club 3,45 Science Club 4. CORRAL, SOCORRO ........ 4 ....................... 32 COWPER, BARBARA ................................ 33 Dance Committee 45 G.A.A. 25 National Art Honor Society 3, 4. , COX, CAROLYN .................................... 33 Dance Committee 35 Junior Guard 35 Pep Squad 25 F.B.L.A. 4. CRANSTON. NED ....................-.............. 33 Latin Forum 3,4 CPresident 415 Star Gazers Club 4 CPresident 41. CRANZ, MELVA ........................s........... 33 CRAWFORD, BOB .... .... 3 3 Balladeers 4. CREWS, PAULINE .... ..... ..... ..... .... 3 3 CRITCHLOW, BILL .... - -.....-.. 33 Football 4. CROMER, MARGARET --- ...... ----33 CRULL, BILL ........... ..... -... 3 3 Intramural Sports 4. P CRUZ, JOSIE ................. ..............,. ,,,.,,, 3 3 CUNNINGI-IAM, CHARLES ...,..........., .... .. --4,-33 Intramural Sports 25 Radio Production Club 35 Terinih Squad 2,3,45 Ski Club 4. CURTIS, DICK ...............,,-,.,. , ,,,,,-,-,--,--, 33 DAILY, BRAD -Q .....,......... 33 Baseball 2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 Junior Red Cross 25 Lettermerfs Club 3,4. DANEY, DON ...................... ,,-,,.,.,,..,-,,. 3 3 Balladeers 3,45 Quartette 45 Music Appreciation Club 45 Arion Club 3,45 Honor Service Society. DARNALL, HOMER ........a...........-...--.,,..,, -33 Social Hour Committee 45 Basketball 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 45 Lettermen's Club 3,4. DANIELS, BERN ICE ............. 7 .,,.,,,,,.,,,.,--,, 33 DAUM, PEGGY .................,........... ,,,-,-- 3 3 Chronicle 2,3,45 Dance Committee 3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,4 CPresident 415 National Honor Society 3,45 Quarterly 3,45 Social Hour Commit- tee 45 Tucsonian 3,45 Scribblers' Club 4 CSecretary 41. DAVENPORT, ANNE ......................... ,,,,,,- 3 3 Chronicle 45 Senior Cabinet 45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 G.S.L. 2,3,4 CPresident 415 Girls' T Club 3,45 Junior Guard 35 Na- tional Honor Society 45 Social Hour Committee 45 Rhy- thm Rollers' 4. DAVILA, GILBERT .................. ........ .... 3 3 Track 25 F.B.L.A. 45 Flag Bearer 3. DAVIS, ADRIENNE ........... ' ..........,............ 3 3 Allegretto 45- Allied Youth 25 Radio Production Club 3. DAVIS, JACK ............................., 4 ........ 34 Dance Committee 35 Radio Productaion Club 3. DAVIS, NANCY .................................... 34 Dance Committee 35 Chronicle 45 E.l Cervantes 45 G.A. A. 2,3,45 Junior Guard 35 Golf Club 35 Junior Red Cross 45 Quarterly 3,45 Tucsonian 3. DAWDY, MARVIN ,...,..........,.. ....... ......... 3 4 DEAL, SYDNEY -..---. .............................. -34 Dance Leader 45 Chronicle 45 Junior Counci15, Senior Ccxbinet5 Flag Bearer 25 G.A.A. 25 Junior Guard 35 Na- tional Honor Society 45 Pep Squad 25 Quarterly 45 Senior Office Committee 45 Social' Hour Committee 45 Tucsonian 2,3,45 Terpsichoros 3,45 "Twentienth Century Rhythms"5 "Rhythm, Line, Color" DELAHANTY, HELEN ............................ .---34 F.B.L.A. 4. DENNEY, PAT ........ ....... .......... 3 4 Rhythm Rollers 4. DePOR'I'ER, ELEANOR - .......................... ..-34 DERING, BARBARA .................-......... .... 3 4 El Cervantes 45 Rhythm Rollers 45 Ski Club 4. DICK, EILEEN ............... ...................... 3 4 Alleqretto 35 Chonicle 45 El Cervantes 45 National Honor Society 45 Tucsonian 45 Honor Service Society 45 Radio Production Club 3,4 CSecretary 415 Thespians 45 "Charm School." DICKINSON, TOM ....................... 4 .........- 34 DILLAS, KATHY ...........-.....................-.. 34 Song Leader 45 Chronicle 3,4 CExchanqe Staff Manager 415 Junior Guard 35 National Honor Society 45 Pep Squad 25 Quarterly 35 Tucsonian 35 Dance Committee 45 Mid-year Graduation Guard 45 Rodeo Queen Attend- ant 45 Honor Service Society 3,4 CVice-president 415 F.B.L.A. 4. DITZEL, JEAN ............................. ......... 3 4 G.A.A. 2,3,45 G.S.L. 3,45 Girls' T-Club 45 Junior Red Cross 2.4. DOBIAS, ELEANOR .........................---- ---- 3 4 DON, NORMA IEAN---4--4 ...........-..---------- --34 G.A.A. 2,3,45 G.S.L. 2,3,45 Girls' T-Club 3,45 Intramural Sports 25 Graphic Arts Club 35 Ski Club 3,4. DOUGLASS, STANTON ....................-- --.----- 3 4 Allied Youth 3, 45 Rhythm Rollers 4. DOWNEY, KATHRYN .......---.---- -- ----- 34 Page 23.8 SENIOR INDEX DRACHMAN, ROY .................................. 34 Baseball 25 Chronicle 25 Senior Cabinet 45 Dance Com- mittee 3,45 Football 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 35 Iunior Guard 35 Lettermen's Club 45 Pep Squad 25 Senior Office Committee 45 Social Hour Committee 2, 35 Coun- cilman-at-Large 45 Class Council 2,35 Boys' State Rep- resentative. DRYER, DICK ....................................., 34 Chess Club 45 National Honor Society 4. DUNAWAY, BILL ....................... ---34 Intramural Sports 2,3,4. EATON, FRED .....................,,..,,,,,,-,--,.. 34 EDMONDSON, TRAVIS .,,,,-,--------,-,,,-,,,,,--,, 35 Balladeers 3,45 Chronicle 45 Quarterly 45 Arlon Club 4. EDWARDS, MARY NEIL -... -h .....,..,,,,---,,,,,,, 35 Allegro 45 Allegretto 2,35 Balladettes 2,35 Balladeers 45 Chronicle 45 Senior Cabinet5 Class Secretary 25 Dance Committee 2,35 El Cervantes 45 Flag Bearer 25 National Honor Society'3,45 Pep Squad 25 Radio Production Club 35 Social Hour Committee 45 Tucsonian 35 Hostess Club 35 CVice-president 31. EHRLICI-I, RITA .................,....- ,,,,.,,.,,,,., 3 5 Allegro 3,45 Balladeers 3,45 Allegretto 2. EICH, LOY ....................,........ ...........- 5 7 EISENMAN, JEWEL ...........................,.,.,,, 35 Dance Committee 45 El Cervantes 45 lunior Red Cross 45 Radio Production Club 45 Scribbler's Club 45 Science Club 45 Honor Service Society 45 Ski Club 4. EPSTEIN, BYRON .........................-....,,,,. 35 Intramural Sports 25 Pep Squad 25 "3U" Club 2,3. ETHRIDGE, DOROTHY ...................,,,-,,-,,., 35 Flag Bearer 35 Quarterly 4. ' EVANS, ANN V ...........,.............-..,,,,,,,,,,, 35 Quarterly 35 Tucsonian 25 Rhythm Rollers 3. EWING, JOHN ...........,................,,,,,-.,,, 35 Senior Cabinet5 Dance Committee 2,35 Football 25 Pep Squad 25 Quarterly 35 Senior Office Committee 45 Social Hour Committee 3,45 Track 2,35 Tucsonian 35 Class Council 2,35 Mid-year Graduation Guard. FAVARA, BLAISE ....................... -,,,,,,,,,, 3 5 Dance Committee 35 Flag' Bearer 35 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Orchestra 25 Social Hour Committee 4. F EEHERY, GEORGE ......................- ,,,,-, 3 5 "30" Club 4. FELDMAN, DOLORES ...................... .,,-, 3 5 French Club 45 National Honor Society 4. FELLOWES, IACK ........-...., , ,,,,,,,---,,-,,,,-, 35 Football 25 Intramural Sports 3,45 Social Hour Commit- tee 25 Swimming 4. FERGUSON, JIMMY ..........,,--,.,,,,-, ,-,,,,,,,,, 3 5 FIMBRES, IOE ................... ,,,,,.,---,,-,,,--, 3 5 FIMBRES, MARY ............-..-,,,,,,, ,,-,,,,,,,,,, 3 5 Badger Camera Clickers 3,45 Flag Bearer 35 Graphic Arts Club 25 Tucsonian 3. FISHER, SAUL ..........,........,,,,,,,---,, ,,,,,,, 3 5 Baseball Manager 2,3,45 Iunior Guard 35 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Thespians 3,45 "lt Can't Happen Here"5 "She Stoops to Conquer"5 Bi-Chem-Phi 3,45 Radio Production Club 3,4. FISHMAN, LARRY ........-....,.,,,,,,--,-,-,,,,,-, 35 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Stamp Club 45 Ping Pong Club 4. FLETCHER, SAGE .................. ...,,,-,,,---, 3 5 Chronicle 45 Class Council 25 Dance Committee 2,45 El Cervantes 45 G.A.A. 25 Iunior Red Cross 45 National Honor Society 4 Thespians 3,4, "Fanny and the Servant Problem", "The Wonder Hctt"5 Senior Office Committee 45 Quarterly 3,45 Radio Production Club 35 Tucsonian 35 Honor Service Society 45 Hostess' Club 35 Mid-year Graduation Flag Bearer. LEWELLING, DOROTHY ..-..-....,,.,,,---- ,,,,,,,- 3 5 El Cervantes 3,45 Golf Club 3,45 Allied Youth 3,45 Radio - Continued Production Club 3,45 Ping Pong Club 45 F.B.L.A. 4. FLORES, GERALDINE ........................ ....... 3 5 FOERSTER, DUANE ................................. 36 FOERSTER, MARIE .......... 1 ....................... 36 --------------------------------36 FONTES, RAYMOND FORSHEY, BEVERLY Allegro 2,35 Allegretto 25 Balladeers 25 Flag Bearers 35 --------------------------------36 F.B.L.A. 4. FORSYTI-IE, LILLIAN ................................ 36 Rhytlgu Rollers 45 Horseback Riding Club 3. FOSBINDER, BOB .................................. 36 FOWBLE, NORMA .................................. 36 Dance Committee 45 G.A.A. 3,45 G.S.L. 3,4 CVice-presi- dent 315 National Honor Society 45 Quarterly 35 F.B.L.A. 4. FREDERICK, BOB ................................... 36 Chronicle 25 Dance Committee 2,35 Golf Club 35 Na- tional Art Honor Society 2,3,45 Quarterly 2. FREUDENTHAL, BARBARA .......................... 36 Allegro 3, 45 Allegretto 25 Balladeers 3,45 Chronicle 3,4 CManaging Editor 415-Class Council 3,45 Dance Committee 3,45 El Cervantes 35 G.A.A. 2,3,4 CPresident 45 G.S.L. 2,3,45 Girls' T-Club 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 25 National Honor Society 3,45 Quarterly 3,45 Social Hour Committee 45 Tennis 3,45 Tucsonian 3,4. FULLER, KATHERINE ............................... 36 Chronicle 45 G.A.A. 3,4 CVice-president 415 G.S.L. 3,45 Girls' T-Club 45 Intramural Sports 3,45 Iunior Guard 35 National Honor Society 45 Graphic Arts Club 45 Quar- terly 45 Class Council 45 Tucsonian 45 Ski Club 3,4. 1 GAGLIANO, BEITY ..................,......,...... as G.A.A. ef F.B.L.A.A4. GALLAGHER, DAVE .................,.............. as Band 2,3,45 Lyre's Club 4 CVice-president 415 Orchestra 2,3,4 CPresident 415 Swing Band 2,3,4. GALLAGHER, EMMA IEAN ................. ..... 3 6 Band 3,45 Orchestra 3,45 Swing Band 3,4. GALLEGO, BARBARA .............................. .,36 GANOUNG, RONALD ............ ..... ...... 3 6 "30" Club 3,45 Class Council 3. GARCIA, AURELIA ................................. 36 GARCIA, BEA ...................................... 36 Badger Camera Clickers 3,45 Chronicle 4 CPhoto Co- editor 415 Class Council 35 National Honor Society 45 Graphic Arts Club 25 Tucsonian 35 Rhythm Rollers 4. GARD, BILL ........................................ 36 Band 2,3,45 Chronicle 4 CEditorial Board 415 Golf Club 3,4 CVice-president 415 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Lyres' Club 45 National Honor Society 45 National Instru- mental Music Society 45 Orchestra 3,4 CSecretary 415 Quarterly 45 Radio Production Club 3,4 CTreasurer 415 Social Hour Committee 45 House of Representatives 45 Golf Team 3,4. GASTELUM, VIOLA ................................ 36 Twirling Squad 45 G.A.A. 2,35 Rhythm Rollers 4. GEISEL, BEVERLY ................................... 36 E1 Cervantes 35 G.A.A. 3,45 G.S.L. 45 Girls' T-Club 45 Rhythm Rollers 45 F.B.L.A. 4. GELDERMAN, FRED ................................. 37 Balladeers 3,45 "30" Club 45 Arion Club 3,45 Science Club 4 CTreasurer 41. GENOVESE, BRIDGEI' ............................... 37 F.B.L.A. 45 Class Council 3. GIBBON, GAIL ..................................... 37 G.A.A. 2,3,45 G.S.L. 35 Girls' T-Club 3,45 Intramural Sports ,45 Iunior Guard 35 Iunior Red Cross 2,3,45 Pep Squad 25 Class Council 35 Ski Club 4. GIBBS, IANE ...................................... .37 Chronicle 4 CCirculation Manager 415 Dance Committee 2,35 El Cervantes 35 Iunior Guard 35 Iunior Red Cross 2,3,4 CCouncil 3, Vice-president 415 National Honor Society 3,45 Pep Squad 25 Quarterly 3,45 Social Hour Page 239 SENIOR INDEX - Continued Committee 45 Tucsonian 2,45 Allied Youth 4. GIL, MARY HELEN ......,,,,.,-,.,,,----, ,,,--,-- , W37 G.A.A. 25 Pep Squad 25 F.B.L.A. 45 Co-Ed Club 4. GILLESPIE, EDNA ----..,,,,------,-------- --------- 3 7 Chronicle 35 Flag Bearer 35 National Art Honor Society 3,45 Pep Squad 25 Quarterly 35 Terpsichoros 3,45 "Twentieth Century Rhythms", "Rhythm, Line, Color"5 Rhythm Rollers 4. GILLESPIE, MARY .,-.-....,,, ,--,,,-----,,- ---,--- 3 7 GILLIG, ESTI-IER ................,,--,,,. ,----------- 3 7 GIMBEL, ROSE ...,.,-......,,,,--, H--------,,,---- 3 7, Cheer Leader 35 Chronicle 2,3,45 Graphic Arts Club 45 Intramural Sports 35 Iunior Guard 35 Latin Forum 35 National Honor Society 45 Pep Squad 25 "lt Might Hap- pen l-Iere"5 Quarterly 3, 4 CEditorial Board 4D5 Class Council 45 Social Hour Committee 45 Senior Office Com- mittee 45 Tucsonian 2,3,45 Song Leader 45 Honor Ser- vice Society 4. GIN, SUE -.. ........,.,....,., ,, ----,,,-------HM----- 37 Chronicle 4 CEditorial Board 4D5 Flag Bearer 25 Iunior Guard 35 Latin Forum 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Quarterly 3,45 Social Hour Committee 45 Girls' State Representative. GIRARD, GEORGE --- ----37 Radio Club 3. GLAD, ELBERTA ........,--...,,..,--,--,,---, ,,--- 3 7 Iunior Red Cross 3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Social Hour Committee 45 Honor Service Society 4. GLAESNER, HOWARD ..,,..,.-..-.,,,------,,,,, 0-37 GLEAVE, PAUL ......................,.,,., ,,,.--., 3 7 Chronicle 4 CEditor 435 Dance Committee 45 Flag Bearer 25 Football 2,3,45 Iunior Guard 35 Iunior Red Cross 3,45 Lettermen's Club 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Quarterly 3,45 Social, Hour Committee 45 Track 2,3,45 Tucsonian 35 Boys' State Representative5 Grad- uation Speaker 4. GOODSON, GREGORY ....c.......-..........N...... 37 Balladeers 45 Hot Rod Club 45 Radio Production Club 4. GRACE, MARY ..................................... 37 Flag Bearer 25 G.A.A. 2,3,45 G.S.L. 2,3,45 Girls' T-Club 45 Iunior Guard 35 Tennis 3,4. GRADY, LORNA ...,................................ 37 Allegretto 25 Balladettes 25 Chronicle 2,35 Class Coun- cil 35 Dance Committee 3,45 El Cervantes 45 "Fanny and the Servant Problem"5 Honor Service Society 45 National Honor Society 45 Quarterly 25 Ski Club 45 Dance Leader 45 Terpsichoros 45 "Rhythm, Line, Color"5 Tucsonian 45 Orchestra 3. GRAFTON, GERTRUDE ................,............. 37 Allegro 45 Allegretto 35 Balladettes 3,45 Balladeers 45 G.A.A. 25 Marching Squad 25 Twirling Squad 3. GRAFTON, MAUREEN ..................c.... ...... 3 7 Junior Red Cross 2,3,4. GRAY, NANCY .................................... -37 Dance Committee 45 Iunior Re dCross 3,45 National Art Honor Society 3,45 Quarterly 45 Senior Council 4. GRAY, PAGE -.. ................................ ---38 Chronicle 4 CTyping Staff Head 4D5 Dance Committee 25 Flag Bearer 25 National Honor Society 3,45 Thespians 3,45 "It Might Happen I-Iere"5 "She Stoops to Conquer"5 Quarterly 2,3 F.B.L.A. 45 Terpsichoros 3,45 Tucsonian 3,45 Music Appreciation Club 4. GREEN, MARION .............................------ 38 Graphic Arts Club 4. GREENE, LA VINNIE ....... ----33 G.A.A. 3,45 Tucsonian 4. GROSS, BETTY ................................. -..- 3 3 Chronicle 35 Dance Committee 35 El Cervantes 35 Flag Bearer 25 National Honor Society 45 Quarterly 2,3 CEditorial Board 4D5 Social Hour Committee 45 Tucson- ian 45 Terpsichoros 3,45 "Twentieth Century Rhythms"5 "Rhythm, Line, Color". GRUBER, MELODEE .. ......... .. .---- ---.. ...Y U-------t 38 Cheer Leader 35 Chronicle 2,3,45 Senior Cabinet 45 Dance Committee 2,3,45 Graphic Arts Club 45 Iunior Guard 35 Thespians 3,45 "Lilies of the Field"5 Pep Squad 25 Quarterly 45 Senior Office Committee 45 Social Hour Committee 45 Tucsonian Z,3,45 Terpsichoros 3,45 "Twentieth Century Rhythms"5 "Rhythm, Line, Color"5 Song Leader 45 Class Council 25 Honor Service Society 4 GUERRERO, CARMEN -- .... 38 G.A.A. 2. GUERRERO, RAYMOND .........,....,,,,,-,,-,.,-,, 38 Balladeers 3,45 Quartette 45 Arion Club 3,45 Rhythm Rollers 45 Music Appreciation Club 45 Allied Youth 3,4. GUERRERO, TERESA ...................,,.., ,,,-..,, 3 8 Cheer Leader 45 G.A.A. 45 F.B.L.A. 4. GUNDY, BILL -...-.......,....,.-.,.,,,,,, ,,-, 3 8 Chess Club 3,45 Hot Rod Club 3,4. HAGUE, GERRY ................,....,,-,, ,,.,. ,,-- 3 8 Flag Bearer 25 Quartette 35 Allied Youth 3,4. l-IAINES, WARREN .... Q .............--.......,,,..,, 38 Dance Committee 25 Golf Club 45 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Class Council 4. HALL, BOB ..-.........,.--..,,..,,-,,--,,,,,,,,,,-- 38 Dance Committee 2,3 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Iunior Guard 35 Social Hour Committee 45 Track 3,45 Allied Youth 3,45 Class Council 2,35 Radio Production Club 3. HANCOCK, ADDIE ........o,............L.,,, ,,,..-- 3 8 Flag Bearer 3. HANLEY, PAT ...............,..,. -.....,,., ,.,,---, 3 8 Chronicle 45 Dance Committee 45 G.A.A. 45 Iunior Red Cross 45 Latin Forum 2,3,45 Quarterly 45 Social Hour Committee 45 Terpsichoros 3,45 F.B.L.A. 45 Honor Ser- vice Society 3,4 CPresident 415 Scribblers Club. HARRIS, DICK ........... ,..........,.....-... .,,. 3 8 El Cervantes 45 F.B.L.A. 4. HASKELL, GAIL ..................,.......-.....,,., 38 Chronicle 2,3,45 Dance Committee 35 El Cervantes 35 Flag Bearer 25 Iunior Guard 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Thespians 45 Pep Squad 25 Quarterly 2,3,45 Social Hour Committee 45 Tucsonian 2,3,4 CWriting Staff Head 425 Assembly Committee 45 Peace Symposium Speaker 45 Graduation Speaker 4. l-IAWKINS, LARRY .................................. 38 HAYES, PAUL ...................................... 38 Dance Committee 25 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Quar- terly 4. HAYMORE, PEGGY ......................... ....... 3 8 Chronicle 2,3,45 Senior Cabinet5 Dance Committee 2,45 Intramural Sports 25 Iunior Guard 35 Iunior Red Cross 3,45 Graphic Arts Club 35 Pep Squad 25 Quarterly 3,45 Senior Office Committee 45 Social Hour Committee 45 Tennis 3,45 Tucsonian 2,35 Song Leader 45 Rodeo Queen Attendant 45 Mid-year Graduation Guard5 Intramural Board 2,3,4. t HENTHORN, DONNA --- . ............................ 33 HERRERAS, ANDY ..............c................... 39 Baseball 25 Graphic Arts Club 3,45 Intramural Sports' 3,45 Quarterly 4. l-IERRON, PAT -. ................................... 39 Chronicle 3,45 Thespians 3,45 "The Wonder Hat", "She Stoops to Conquer"5 Quarterly 3,45 Scribblers Club 4. I-IERRON, RALPH ........-............... ......--. - 39 Chronicle 25 El Cervantes 45 Intramural Sports 25 Thes- pians 45 "Charm Schoo1"5-Pep Squad 25 "30" 'Club 45 Ski Club 35 Rhythm Rollers 45 T.H.S. Forum 45 Riding Club 3. HYLLER, BEVERLY ..... .. .......... -. ................. 39 Girls' T-Club 45 Radio Production Club 35 G.A.A. 3,4. HINSON, DALE --. ..... ..- .................---.---- --39 Band 25 Chronicle 45 Golf Club 45 Iunior Guard 35 Orchestra 2,3,45 Quarterly 45 Swing Band 2. HOGE, FRED ................-.....-.-. .------------ 3 9 Band 2,3,4 Intramural Sports 35 Lyre's Club 45 National Art Honor Society 35 Swing Band 4 CPresident 4D. Page 240 SENIOR INDEX - Continued HOLLADAY, SPENCER ..................... .,...,.,, 3 9 Balladeers 2,3,45 Baseball Squad 25 Class Cabinet 45 Football 2,35 Golf Club 3,45 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Junior Red Cross 3,45 Arion Club 35 Allied Youth 3,4. HOLZWORTH, ROD ..............,,,--,-,,,,,,,,,,,. 39 Intramural Sports 2,3. HOOD, KEN ...........................,.........,., 57 Football 3,45 Junior Red Cross 3,45 Lettermen's Club 3,4. HORWITZ, JOAN .....-..-...-.........-.........,.. 39 HOSKINS, MARGARET .............................. 39 Allegro 3,45 Allegretto 25 Balladeers 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Pep Squad 25 Quartette 3,45 Radio Production Club 3,4. HOSTETTER, NANCY ............................... 39 Chronicle 2,3,45 Dance Committee 3,45 El Cevantes 3,45 Latin Forum 35 Quarterly 45 Social Hour Committee 45 Tucsonian 2,45 Terpsichoros 3,45 Scribblers Club 45 "Twentieth Century Rhythms"5 "Rhythm, Line, Color". HUCK, MARY JEAN ................................ 39 Co-Ed Club 4. I-IUCKABY, ANDREW --- -----39 HUERTA. ARMIDA .................................. 39 HUERTA, JOHNNY .................................. 39 Basketball 25 Dance Committee 2,35 Flag Bearer 25 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Junior Guard 25 Junior Red Cross 3,45 Lettermenfs Club 3,45 National Honor So- ciety 3,45 Orchestra 45 Pep Squad 25 "Dyspeptic Ogre'f5 Social Hour Committee 2,3,45 Swing Band 25 Track 2,3,45 Radio Production Club 3,4 CPresident 3,415 Boys' State Representative5 Assembly Committee 25 Vice-pres- ident of Stuclegt Body CNorthside1 45 Junior Class Vice- president 35 Graduation Speaker 4. HUGHES, NANCY .......... .... . . ................... 39 Allegro 3,45 Allegretto 25 Balladeers 45 Allied Youth 3,45 Rhythm Rollers 4. HULSE, BARBARA .................................. 39 HULSE, LEROY ..................................... 39 Intramural Sports 45 Rhythm Rollers 45 Ping Pong Club 4. HUMBLE, MARVIN ..... .. ........................... .39 HUMMEL, GLEN ........................ .... - 39 Band 3,45 Lyre's Club 45 Swing Band 4. I-IUOT, ANN -. .................................... ..40 Pep Squad 25. Tucsonian 3,4 CTyping Staff Head15 Golf Club 35 Chronicle 3,45 Rhythm Rollers 45 National Honor Society 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Dance Committee 3,4. HUSSEY, PAT ......... ..... ...... - - ---40 Organ Club 4. HUTCHISON, SALLY ................................ 40 Chronicle 3,45 Dance Committee 45 National Honor So- ciety 45 G.A.A. 25 Pep Squad 25 Quarterly 35 Senior Office Committee 45 Tucsonian 45 F.B.L.A. 4. IGOU, GALE ....................................... 40 INGLIS, DAVE ...................................... 40 Basketball Squad 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Jun- ior Guard 35 Lettermen's Club 45 National Honor So- ciety 45 Pep Squad 25 Boys' State Representative. IRWIN, JIM ................................ .. ....... 40 ' Intramural Sports 2. JACOBSON, ROY ................................... 40 Dance Committee 45 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Junior Red Cross 25 Pep Squad 25 Social Hour Committee 45 Stamp Club 35 Class Council 35 Hot Rod Club 2,4. JAMES, ELSIE ..................................... -40 Allegretto 25 Junior Red Cross 2,3,45 Thespians 45 Allied Youth 3,4. JAMES, PAT ....................................... 40 Chronicle 2,3,45 Dance Committee 2,3,45 Flag Bearer 25 Junior Guard 35' Junior Red Cross 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Quarterly 2,3,45 Class Coun- editor 415 House of Representatives 45 Terpsichoros 3,45 CSecretary 315 "Twentieth Century Rhythms"5 Honor Service Society 45 Girls' State Representative5 Mid-year Graduation Guard5 Dance Leader 4. JAPKA, JOE ...............................,,,,,,., -40 Chess Club 3,45 Quarterly 45 Science Club 3,45 Astron- omy Club 4. JECMINEK, ODLEY ...................,,.,.,- ,,-,,,,, 4 0 French Club 25 Junior Red Cross 2,35 Allied Youth 2. JINKENS, BOB ..............,,,.,,,,,---,,- ,.-----,- 4 0 Intramural Sports 3,45 Bowling Team 3,45 Skating Club 4. JONES, RUTH ....... - .................,... ....--,, 4 0 Skating Club 4. JONTIG, JOE ..-,.............,.,,,,,,,,...,,--, ,-,,, 4 0 Dance Committee 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Track Squad 25 Tucsonian 45 Music Appreciation Club 45 Bowling Club 35 Radio Production Club 3. JORDAN, ALLIE BETH --, ....,,, , ,-.,,,--,--,-,,,,,,- 40 Allegro 3,45 Alleqretto 25 Balladettes 25 Balladeers 3,45 Dance Committee 2,35 G.A.A. 2 Pep Squad 25 Social Hour Committee 45 House oi Representatives 45 Tucson- ian 2,3,45 Terpsichoros 3,4 CVice-President 415 "Twen- tieth Century Rhythms"5 "Rhythm, Line, Color"5 Bridge Club 3. KANSKY, MARLENE .....,.........- -,,- 4 O Radio Club 35 Dance Committee 4. KARR, LARRY ................... .........,,, ,.,,,.- 4 0 Baseball Squad 2,45 Basketball Squad 2,3,45 Football Squad 2,35 Intramural Sports 3,45 Bowling Team 3,45 KATZ, JOAN .............................-,-,.,,.,,, 40 Junior Guard 35 "Dyspeptic Ogre". KAUFMAN, JIM ...................................- 40 KAUFMAN, TAVE ...............,.........-......,. 40 Football Squad 25 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Wrestling 2,3,45 F.B.L.A. 4 CPresident 41. KEEVAN, PAT .............................. ........ 4 I Chronicle 2,3,45 'Dance Committee 2,35 Class Council 35 Flag Bearer 25 Junior Guard5 Latin Forum 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Quarterly 3,45 Senior Office Com- mittee 45 Social Hour Committee 45 House of Represen- tatives 35 Tennis Squad 35 Tucsonian 3,4 CBustness Manager 415 Ski Club 45 Assembly Committee 3. KELLEY, ANN --.-.. ................,............... -41 Chronicle 3,4 CEclitorial Board 415 Senior Cabinet 45 Dance Committee 2,35 El Cervantes 3,4 CSecretary 415 Junior Guard 35 Junior Red Cross 3,4 CCouncil 415 Flag Bearer 25 G.A.A. 3,45 G.S.L. 3,45 Girls' T-Club 3,4 CSec- retary 415 National Honor Society 3,45 Organ Club 2,3,4 CSecretary 415 Quarterly 3,45 Social Hour Com- mittee 45 Student Body Secretary 45 Tucsonian 2,3,45 Bi-Chem-Phi 3,4 CSecretary 315 House of Representa- tives 35 Girls' State Representativep Rodeo Queen At- tendant 45 Graduation Speaker 4. KELLY, TOM .. .... . .... ................... - ......... 4 l Basketball Squad 2,3,45 Class Cabinet 45 Class Vice- president 45 Flag Bearer 25 Football 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 25 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Orchestra 2: Class Council 45 Senior Office Com- mittee 45 Social Hour Committee 45 Track 2,3,45 Boys' State Representative. KENDRICK, BARTON . ..... -- .- ---- .- .-..-- .-- ----. 41 Dance Committee 35 Junior Red Cross 2,3.4 CVice-pres- iient 415 National Art Honor Society 3,45 National Honor Society 45 Science Club 3,45 Honor Service Society 4. KENNER, LEE ...... .. .............................. . 41 Basketball Squad 2,3,45 Class Cabinet 45 Dance Com- mittee 3,45 Football 45 Intramural Sports 3,45 Junior Guard 35 Letterrnen's Club 3,45 Senior Office Commit- tee 45 Social Hour Committee 35 Boys' State Represent- ative. ctl 3,45 Social Hour Committee 45 Tucsonian 2,3,4 CCQ- KILPATRICK, DOROTHY ............. .............. . 4l Page 241 SENIOR INDEX - Continued KING, GLORIA ...,.,,.,,,,.--,-,,,-,,-----,-,,,,,,, 41 Dance Committee 47 G.A.A. 273,47 Radio Club 47 Social Hour Committee 47 Needlework Club 37 Science Club 4. KLAISS, PEGGY ...............,...-....... .... .... , - 41 Graphic Arts Club 37 Pep Squad 27 Quarterly 47 Twirling Squad 2. KLEIN, ALICE ............. , - ,..................., -,-41 Chess Club. LLINE, ,MARGARET ........, .....................,.. 4 1 Dance Committee 47 G.A.A. 27 Iunior Guard 37 Class Council 4. KLING, MARILYN ..................,..,..,.,,,,,,,,, 41 KN AGGE, LUCILE ...................--............ ,-41 Allegretto 47 Chronicle 2,3,4 Clffditorial Board 437 Flag Bearer 27 Iunior Guard 37 Iunior Red Cross 3,41 Na- tional Honor Society 3,47 National Instrumental Music Society 47 Organ Club 2,3,4 CVice-president 3, Pres- ident 437 Honor Service Society 47 Science Club 37 Terpsichoros 3. KOSTA, MARCIA ........-,...,..,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,--, 41 Chess Club 37 Intramural Sports 2,3,4. KOSTA, SANDRA ...............-.,.....,,,. ,,.. 4 1 Iunior Guard 37 Music Appreciation Club 4. KREMER, THERESA .....-.......,,,,F,,,,,-,,,,.,,,, 41 National Art Honor Society 3,41 Terpsichoros 3,47 "Twentieth Century Rhythms"7 "Rhythm, Line, Color." KROEGER, BETTY LOU ......................-....... 41 KROHN, MARYANN ................................ 41 KROTENBERG, PHYLLIS ...... - ..................-... 41 G-.A.A. 3,47 Girls' T-Club 47 Iunior Red Cross 47 Latin Forum 47 Radio Club 3,47 Radio Production Club 47 Scribblers Club 47 Astronomy Club 4. KUHLMAN, CAROLYN .............................. 41 G.A.A. 3,47 Graphic Arts Club 37 Intramural Sports 3,47 Quarterly 47 Ski Club 3,47 Rifle Club 3,4. KUSSMAN, BILL .............,.,.,...... ., ....-..,... 41 LACAGNINA, MIKE ..................-....,,..,,,.,, 42 Basketball Squad 27 Chronicle 37 Class Cabinet 47 Class President Z7 Dance Committee 2,3,47 Flag Bearer 27 Football Squad 2,3,4j Iunior Guard 37 Iunior Red Cross 273,47 Lettermen's Club 3,47 National Honor Society 3,47 Thespians 3,47 Pep Squad 27 "Lilies of the Field"7 Social Hour Committee 3,41 Track Squad 2,3,47 Assembly Committee 47 Boys' State Representa- tive. LaGRASSA, CHARLES ....... ...................... 4 2 Intramural Sports 3. LARA, BETTY I ..i,... ., .......... .... 4 2 Class Council 3,47 F.B.L.A. 4. LATSHAW, BARBARA ................... ......... 4 2 LAUBSCHER, BION .................................. 42 Band 2,37 Baseball Squad 27 Chronicle 47 Intramural Sports 27 Social Hour Committee 3,4. LAWS, SUZANNE .... .. ............................. -42 Chronicle 47 Senior Cabinet 47 Dance Committee 2,3,47 Flag Bearer 27 G.A.A. 27 lunior Guard 37 Latin Forum 37 National Honor Society 3,47 Pep Squad 27 Quarter- ly 47 Senior Office Committee 47 Social Hour Committee 47 Class Council 2,37 Tucsonian 3,4 CManaging Editor 437 Mid-year Graduation Guard7 Terpsichoros 3,4 CExecutive Board 437 "Twentieth Century Rhythms", "Rhythm, Line, Color"7 Girls' State Governor. LEDBETTER, IOANN ..................-..... .... 4 2 LEDERER, GENE ..,...L....... .... 4 2 Radio Production Club 3,4. LEE, BEATRICE .s............ --.. 4 2 LEE, CURTIS ,.c............ .... 4 2 Intramural Sports 3,4. LEE, ORA .................. .. ..-..................-. 42 G.A.A. 27 Iunior Red Cross 47 National Art Honor So- ciety 3,47 Tennis 2. LEE., SHIRLEY-MAE ...L..L...........c . ............ 42 Chronicle 47 Senior Cabinet7 Class Secretary 3,47 Page 242 Dance Committee 2,3,47 G..A.A. 2,3,47 G.S.I... 3,47 Girls' T-Club 3,47 Iunior Guard 37 National Art Honor Society 3,47 National Honor Society 3,47 Quarterly 47 Senior Office Committee 47 Tucsonian 47 Scribblers' Club 37 Social Hour Committee 47 Mid-year Graduation Guard. LEES, CHARLES ............ .....,,,,,-----,, ,,,,,,h 4 2 Graphic Arts Club 2,3,4f Iunior Red Cross 3,47 Letter- men's Club 2,3,47 Thespians 47 Quarterly 2,3,47 Track 2,3,4. LEGGETT, DORIS ANN .....,......,....,,...,, ,-,,-, 1 2 Cheer Leader 47 Dance Committee 37 El Cervantes 37 Iunior Red Cross 47 Class Council 37 Allied Youth 37 Rhythm Rollers 4 CPresident 43. LEIGH, EDDIE .................,, ,.,,,,,,,,.,,--,-,, 4 2 Chronicle 4 CBusiness Manager 437 Flag Bearer 27 National Honor Society 3,41 Scribblers' Club 47 Or- chestra'37 Boys' State Representative7 Bowling Club 37 Bridge Club 37 Peace Symposium Speaker. LEON, ARNULFO ...................,.,,,,,,,,-,,,,- 42 LEON, CHARLOTTE .....................,......... ,,.4Z Graphic Arts Club 27 F.B.L.A. 4. LESTER, IEANIE ...L.............-....,,,,,.,.,,.,,, 42 Class Council 27 Dance Committee 27 Iunior Guard 37 Iunior Red Cross 47 Pep Squad 27 Quarterly 47 Bi- Chem-Phi 37 Rifle Club 4. LEWIS, BARBARA .................................. 42 National Art Honor Society 3,4. LIM, LARRY .................... -042 Bi-Chem-Phi 3,4. LITTLE, ALBERTA .................. -, ...,, 43 Iunior Guard 37 Twirling Squad 2. LI VOLSI, MARGARET ............. ........ 4 3 Rhythm Rollers 4. LOEBE, HELEN .........,.... -- ,----43 Band 3,47 Orchestra 2,3,4, LONGORIA, LEO ............ ............ 4 3 Intramural Sports 2. LONGWELL, RAY ..... ..... ...... 4 3 Iuntor Guard 3. LOPEZ, STELLA ...............................s..,.. 43 LOUDERMILK, DICK ................................. 43 Class Council 27 Dance Committee 27 French Club 37 Intramural Sports 2,3,47 lunior Guard 37 Pep Squad 27 Senior Office Committee 47 Social' Hour Committee 4 CPresideht 437 Tucsonian 37 "3O" Club Z,3,4 CVlce- president 4-Dj Boys' State Representative. LOWRY, GENE ..................................... 43 Basketball 27 Dance Committee 2,37 Flag Bearer 37 Class Council 47 Senior Office Committee 47' Ski Club 3,4 CPresident 43. LYERLY, ZOLA ..................................... 43 Chronicle 47 Class Cabinet 47 Dance Committee 3,47 Mid-year Graduation Guard7 National Art Honor Society 3,47 Quarterly 2,37 Senior Office Committee 47 Social Hour Committee 47 Tucsonian 3,47 Terpsichoros 3,4 C President 437 "Twentieth Century Rhythms"7 "Rhy- thm, Line, Color"7 Song Dancer 4. MCALPIN, LILLIANA ................ .......,......... 4 3 MCCALL, VELMA - .................................. 43 MCCOLLUM, MARY ................................. 43 Dance Committee 47 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Golf Club 3,47 Pep Squad 27 Tucsonian 47 Ski Club 3,47 F.B.L,A. 47 Rhy- thm Rollers 47 Allied Youth 47 Honor Service Society 47 Music Appreciation Club 4. MCCOY, PAM .................................... 43 Allegro 47 Balladettes 47 Balladeers 47 Chronicle 37 Quarterly 4. McCRAY, ERNEST . ..... .. ........... --- ...... ---43 Chess Club 47 Bi-Chem-Phi 4. McCURNlN, RUTH . . ....... . .................. .. .... .43 Allegretto 37 Balladeers 47 Dance Committee 37 G.A.A. 2,42 Intramural Sports 37 Iunior Red Cross 27 F.B.L.A. 47 Rhythm Rollers 4. SENIOR INDEX - Continued MCDANIEL, DONA .................................. 43 Allegro 2,37 Allegretto 2,37 Balladettes 27 Balladeers 37 Thespians 3,47 "Fanny and the Servant Problem"7 "Lilies of the Field"7 "Kind Lady"7 "She Stoops to Conquer"7 Class Council 47 Music Appreciation Club 3. MCDANIEL, FRANK ................................. 43 MCDONALD, SALLY ................................. 43 Chronicle 47 El Cervantes 47 French Club 37 Pep Squad 27 Music Appreciation Club 47 Honor Service Society 47 Hostess Club 37 F.B.L.A. 47 National Honor Society 4. McGARY, ROBERT .................................. 43 MCGEHEE, BILL .................................... 43 McGLAMMERY, PAT .......................... .... 4 4 G.A.A. 3,47 Pep Squad 27 Rhythm Rollers 4. McGLYNN, BILL .................................... 44 MclLI-IENNEY, BOB ................................. 44 McKEE, BOBSY ............................... - .... 44 Dance Committee 47 El Cervantes 47 Tucsonian 47 Terpsichoros 3,47 "Twentieth Century Bhythms"7 "Line, Rhythm, COIOIHQ Ski Club 47 Honor Service Society 47 Hostess Club 37 National Honor Society 4. MCKERNAN, FRANCIS ............................... 44 MCKINLEY, BARBARA ...... ...... ..... ........ 4 4 G.A.A. 2,4. MCMAINS, RUTH .................................... 44 Dance Committee 37 Pep' Squad 27 Social Hour Commit- tee 47 F.'B.l.1'.A. 4. ' MCMURRY, HENRY ............................-..... 44 Graphic Arts Club 3,47 Tucsonian 4 CCo-Photography Editor 41. McRAE, NANCY ..............s..................... 44 Chronicle 2,37 Dance Committee 2,31 French Club 37 Iunior Guard 37 National Art Honor Society 2,3,4 CSec- retary 3Dj National Honor Society 3,47 ,Pep Squad Z7 Quarterly 2,3,4 CEditor'4J7 Tucsonian 2,3,47 Scribblers' Club 3,4 CSecretary SD7 Terpsichoros 3,42 "Twentieth Century Rhythms"7 "Rhythm, Line, Color" MCWENIE, FRED .................................... 44 Class Cabinet 47 Class President 47 Dance Committee 47 Football 27 Intramural Sports 2,3,47 Iunior Guard 37 Lettermen's Club 3, 47 Pep Squad 27 National Honor Society 47 Senior Office Committee 47 Social Hour Committee 47 Tennis 3.47 Class Council 3,47 Boys' State Representative7 Intramural Board 47 Mid-year Grad- uation GUGFGQ Graduation Speaker 4. MAHAN, DONNA ..,.....................---. ------- 4 4 MALAN, HARRISON --- -- .......... ----44 Chess Club 3. MALINSKY, PHIL ......................--.-- --------- 4 4 Tennis 2,3,47 Music Appreciation Club 37 Peace Sym- posium Speaker 47 Chronicle 3,47 Intramural Sports 2,3,47 Iunior Guard 37 Lettermen's Club 2,3,47 Bi- Chem-Phi 4. MALONE, IIM ...............-........ .------------- 4 4 MALONE, IOAN ..... .......... --.--------------- - - -44 Chronicle 4 CEditorial Board 437 National Honor So- ciety 47 Star Gazers 4. MALONE, IUDY .... ................ ........... ..... 4 4 Chronicle 4 CEditorial Board 4j7 National Honor So- ciety 47 Star Gazers 4. MANCIET, NORMA ................--- --------------- 4 4 El Cervantes 47 Pep Squad 27 Co-Ed Club 3. MANNING, MAX ...... . - ...... ........--------- - -.-- 4 4 Football 27 Intramural Sports 37 Iunior Guard 37 Thes- pians 3,47 Pep Squad 2. MANTLE, MARY .....................--.----- ------- 4 4 Allegro 47 Allegretto 37 Balladeers 47 Song Dancer 47 Chronicle 37 Flag Bearer 37 G.A.A. 27 Pep Squad Z7 Thespians 37 "Lillies o'f the I-'ield"7 Quarterly 3,47 Class Council 37 Social Hour Committee 47 Tucsonian 3,47 Terpsichoros 37 Allied Youth 37 Honor Service Society 4. MARSHALL, PAT .............. -......-.-------- ----- 4 4 Chronicle 47 Dance Committee 2,3,47 Flag Bearer 27 French Club 27 Iuntor Guard 37 Pep Squad 27 Quar- Page 243 terly 2,3,47 Class Council 47 Social Hour Committee 4 CVice-president 417 Tucsonian 3,47 Terpsichoros 3,47 "Twentieth Century Rhythrns"7 "Rhythm, Line, Color"7 Song Dancer 4. MARTIN , BOB ................... ., .................. 45 Dance Committee 27 Golf Club 3,47 Intramural Sports' 27 Pep Squad 27 Radio Production Club 4. MARTIN, LOIS ..............................,....... 4 5 Band 2,3,4I Orchestra 2,3,4. MARTIN, NANCY ...........................,....... 45 MASSEL, MILTON ........................ ....... 4 5 Graphic Arts Club 3,42 Quarterly 3.4. MATHER, HAROLD .................................. 45 Dance Committee 2,3: Intramural Sports 2,3,47 Pep Squad 27 Track 2,3. MAUCH, GRANT .................................... 45 MAYO, FLORENCE ................................, 45 Dance Committee 27 Terpsichoros 2,37 "Twentieth Cen- tury Rhythms"7 "Rhythm, Line, Color" MAZE, TOM ................................. ,...... 4 5 MAZER, IEAN ...................................... 45 MEEDEN, FLORA ..... ............. 4 5 MEEHAN, TOMMY ...... -L - ....... -57 MENDOZA, CONNIE ....... ..... ..... ...... 4 5 Needlework Club 3. METTEER, JOAN ...... - ..... ....,... 4 5 Chronicle 3. MEZA, MARY .......... .. ........................... 45 Badger gCamera Clickers 3,41 Chronicle 37 Graphic Arts Club 47 Quarterly 37 Tucsonian 37 Rhythm Rollers 4. MILBY, CAROLYN .................................. 45 Allegro 3,47 Allegretto 37 Balladeers 2,3,47 G.A.A. 27 Rhythm Rollers 4. MILLER, MARIAN ..... ..... .... 4 5 MILLER, PEGGY ........ .... .... 4 5 Star Gazers Club 4. MILLER, RUSSELL .................................. 45 MILLS, DERRY ...................................... 45 Chronicle 47 El Cervantes 3,47 Iunior Guard 37 National Honor Society 47 Quarterly 4j Tucsonian 2,3,4I Honor Service 'Society 47 Terpsichoros 3,47 Bridge Club 3,41 "Twentieth Century Rhythms", "Rhythm, Line, Color" MILLS, IOHN ....................................... 45 Intramural Sports 37 Track 2. MITCHELL, BERYL ............. ......... .... 4 5 MITCHELL, LUCILLE ................................. 45 MOLINA, IOHNNY .................................. 45 Intramural Sports 3,47 Iunior Guard 37 Radio Production Club 3. MOLINA, LILLIAN ................................ -.-45 Alleqretto 47 El Cervantes 47 G.A.A. Z7 Pep Squad Z. MONACHESI, PAT .................................. 45 MONTANO, IESUS .................. .... 4 5 Graphic Arts Club Z,3,4. MONTEVERDE, TERRY ................. .... 4 5 G.A.A. 27 Iunior Guard 37 F.B.L.A. 4. MONTOYA, GILBERT ....,....c......... .... 4 6 Basketball 2,3,47 Lettermen's Club 3,4. MOODY ,EARLENE ........c................ .... 4 5 Quarteryl 37 Tucsonian 37 Co-Ed Club 4. MOORES, IUDSON ....................... ...- 4 5 Class Council 37 Track 2 MORALES, I-IECTOR ........e . ..........,...-....... 45 Flag Bearer 37 National Art Honor Society 3,4. MORALES, NORMA .......................e.L.. - .... 45 El Cervantes 47 French Club 47 Pep Squad 27 Radio Production Club 37 Rhythm Rollers 4. MORENO, HELEN .. ........f.........---e.s.e-.-.--- -- 46 G.A.A. 37 Golf Club 37 F.B.L.A. 47 Rhythm Rollers 4. MORGAN, DON .................................-.. 46 MORGAN. IACK ............--..-.-.------------- ----45 Band 2,3,47 Intramural Sports 3,47 Lyre's Club 47 Pep Squad 2: Radio Production Club 3. MORRISON, RICHARD ...... .. .... ..... ---- 4 5 SENIOR INDEX - Continued MOTT, BILL .............................. ..... 4 6 Baseball 2,45 Intramural Sports 2,3,4. MULLINS, RUTH .................................... 46 Dance Committee 45 G.A.A. 3,45 Pep Squad 25 Ski Club 3,45 F.B.L.A. 45 Rhythm Rollers 4. MURRAY, PAT ...................................... 46 MUSSER, IUDY ...... -- ..... 46 Rhythm Rollers 4. MYERS, DORIS .... ....,..... 4 6 MYERS, PAT .... ..... 4 6 NADLER, HARRY ................,......... ..... 4 7 Intramural Sports 3,45 Ping Pong Club 4. NATCHER, MYRTLE ....................... ..... 4 7 NESTON, CAROL ...........................,..,.... 47 NEVIUS, BARBARA ....................,...,,,..... 47 Chronicle 35 Dance Committee 3,45 G.A.A. 2,35 Pep Squad 25 Quarterly-35 Class Council 45 Senior Office Committee 45 Tucsonian 3. NIXON, GENE .........,..........,... .-,,-,,,,,,. 4 7 Lettermen's Club 3,4. NORWOOD, BETTY ........... L ...................., 47 National Art Honor Society 3,45 Terpsichoros 3,45 "Twentieth Century Rhythms", "Rrythm, Line, Color". NUNEZ, OSCAR .................................... 47 - Chess Club 35 Radio Production Club 3. OCZKOWSKI, DOLORES --- -----47 Graphic Arts Club 4. O'CONNELL, IEAN ..... ..... 4 7 OLESEN, ELAINE .... ..... 4 7 OLSON, DICK --- --- -----47 Pep Squad 2. ONG, MARY ......... ...... ..... 4 7 ORR, GLENN .......... ..... 4 7 ORTEGA, ARMANDO ....... ..... 4 7 ORTEGA, ,DELIA ......... 4 ....... .......... ..... 4 7 Badger Camera Clickers 3,4. ORTH, ELAINE ..................................... 47 Allegretto 45 Allied Youth 3,45 Horseback Riding Club Intramural Sports 3,45 National Honor Society 45 Needlework Club 35 Ping Pong Club 45 F.B.L.A. 4. OSUNA, ROMAN ............... L ................... 47 Basketball 35 Golf Club 2,35 Intramural Sports 2,3,4. OXNAM, JANET ............................ ........ 4 7 Allegretto 45 Allied Youht 3,45 Horseback Riding Club 3. OZMUN, IOE ............. L ..,.............. ..... 4 7 Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 3,45 Swing Band 3. PADIAS, ELMA ..................................... 43 Dance Committee 2,35 Flag Bearer 25 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Iunior Guard 35 Dance Leader 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Terpsi- choros 45 "Rhythm, Line, Color". PALERMO, LORE'I'I'A ............. ................. 4 8 Co-Ed Club 4. PAPPAS, ANDREW ....,................ ..... 4 8 PARNELL, SPIKE ................................... 43 Flag Bearer 35 Social Hour Committee 4. PASSER, IUNE ............... ...................... 4 3 Dance Committee 35 G.A.A. 45 Rhythm Rollers 4. PATANIA, FRANK .................................. 48 Stamp Club 3,4. PATTISON, NANCY .....H.........................-. 48 Intramural Sports 35 National Art Honor Society 3,4. PATTY, IACK .......................-.........-..- -48 Band 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 2,35 Lyre's Club 45 Swing Band 3,4. PEARCE, DOUG ........-. --- . ---48 Balladeers 2,3. PEREZ, MIKE CAMPANO ...-.............. .....---- 4 3 PEREZ, MIKE CHAVEZ ....-......................... 48 Badger Camera Clickers 3,4 CPresident 435 Chronicle 3 CAssistant Photography Editor 335 Intramural Sports 3,45 Graphic Arts Club 25 Tucsonian 4 CCo-Photo- graphy Editor 42. PEREZ, RICHARD ...............-...,,,,,. -,,,,,,,- 4 8 Graphic Arts Club 45 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Graphic Arts Club 2,45 Pep Squad Z5 Quarterly 4. PERKINS, DICK ...........,,,,,,,,--,.,,, ,---,,----- 4 8 Dance Committee 45 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Junior Red Cross 25 Pep Squad 25 Social Hour Committee 45 Speech Club 35 Ski Club 3, 4 CVice-president 4D. PERRY, DELLA ......................,,-,,-,.,,,, --,48 E1 Cervantes 45 National Art Honor Society 3,45 Radio Production Club 3,45 Thespians- 45 "Dyspeptic Ogre", "She Stoops to Conquer". PERRY, RONNIE ...................-.-..,,..,,,,,,,, 48 .Chronicle 45 Flag Bearer 35 Intramural Sports 35 Iunior Red Cross 45 Social Hour Committee 4 QVice-president 455 Stamp Club 35 "3O" Club 3,4. PIERSON, WILLIE .................. ...........,,.. 4 8 PINNELL, RICHARD ........,........ .... 4 8 PITTS, WILLIAM ...................., ,.,- 4 B Balladeers 45 Arion Club 45 Track 4. PONCE, NATALIE ........-..-.,.-..,,.,,,,,,,,-..,, 48 El Cervantes 45 G.A.A. 45 Hiking Club 35 Horseback Riding Club 35 Rhythm Rollers 4. POPPENHOUSE, SHIRLEY .................,.,. -,,-,,, 4 8 Class Council 35 G.A.A. 35 Horseback Riding Club 35 Ski Club 3,4. POSS, MARY ANN G.A.A. 3: F.B.L.A. Rhythm Rollers 4. POWELL, BETTY - Rhythm Rollers 4. ----------------------------------49 45 National Art Honor Society 2,3,45 -----------------------------------49 POWERS, MARY ALICE .... ...... 4 9 Allegretto 2,3. POZE, RONALD ...................................., 49 Allied Youth 3,45 Chess Club 45 Chronicle 45 Dance Committee 3,45 Golf Club 45 Junior Red Cross 45 Scribblers' Club 4 CPresident 415 Senior Office Com- mittee 45 Thespians 45 "She Stoops to Conquer"5 Tuc- sonian 45 Radio Production Club 4. PRICE, ANNE ...................................... 49 Allegretto 35 Balladettes 35 Chronicle 35 Senior Cabinet Class Council 35 Dance Committee 2,3,45 Quarterly 45 Iunior Red Cross 45 Senior Office Committee 45 Social Hour Committee5 Song Dancer 45 Terpsichoros 3,45 "Twentieth Century Rhythms"5 "Rhythm, Line, Color"5 Tucsonian 2,4. PRICE, DENNIE ..................................... 49 Graphic Arts Club 35 Intramural Sports 35 lunior Red Cross 2. PRICE, NORMAN .................................-. 49 Arion Club 3,45 Balladeers 3,45 Band 35 Quartette 3,4. PRUSHA, LOIS ..................................... 49 Iunior Red Cross 45 National Honor Society 45 Orchestra 3,45 Class Council 35 Hiking Club 45 Ping Pong Club 45 Honor Service Society 4. PUGH, IANET ................... - .................. 49 Chronicle 45 Dance Committee 35 El Cervantes 45 Na- tional Honor Society 45 "Passing of the Third Floor Back"5 Quarterly 45 Music Appreciation Club 3,45 Ping Pong Club 45 Radio Production Club 4. PULTZ, CAROLINE .................................. 49 Chronicle 2,3,45 Dance Committee 2,3,45 Flag Bearer Z5 Iuriior Guard 35 Latin Forum 35 National Art Honor Society 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Quarterly 2,3,45 Social I-lout Committee 45 Terpsichoros 3,4 CExecutive Board 425 "Twentieth Century Rhythms"5 "Rhythm, Line, Color"5 Tucsonian 2,3,45 CCO-editor 415 Mid-year Graduation Guard 45 Honor Service Society 45 Song Dancer 4. PUTTER, EDWARD .....................-..- I ...-.---- 49 Band 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 25 Lyre's Club 45 Quar- terly 35 Swing Band 3. Page 244 ROBINSON, IACQUI ............................... SENIOR INDEX 1- Continued QUINN, CLIFTON ..............-.-......,,,,,,,, ---49 the Servant Problen'i"7 "Lillies of the Field"7 Quarterly Balladeers 47 National Honor Society 47 Ski Club 3,47 Bi-Chem-Phi 3,4 CPresident 41. RAIZK, LOU ...-..--......,, ,,,,,------,------,,,,,, Badger Camera Clickers 3,41 Football 27 Graphic Arts Club 37 Quarterly 3,4 CPhotography Editor 417 Track 27 Tucsonian 3. RAMIREZ, MARY ............-......,,, ,,,,,,,------ G.A.A. 47 Rhythm Rollers 47 F.B.L.A. 4. RATICOFF, MARSHA ,.,....,,,,,,.-,-,, ---- RAUH, PAT ..........,..,,,,,,,,,,-- ---- G.A.A. 2. RAVER, IANET .,.. .. ..................... ,,,,,,,,,, , Chronicle 2,3,47 Dance Committee 2,3,42 G.A.A. 27 Junior Guard 37 "Dyspeptic Oqreuf Quarterly 2,3,4 CEditorial Board 4J7 Senior Office Committee 47 So- cial Hour Committee 4 CPresident 417 Tucsonian 2,3,47 Terpsichoros 3,47 "Twentieth Century Rhythms"7 Song Dancer 47 Mid-year Graduation Color Guard7 National Honor Society 47 Honor Service Society 47 lun- ior Red Cross 2. RAY, DAVID ......,...,..E.-....,....,, ---.------- , Chronicle 47 Class Council 37 Quarterly 3,47 Star Gazers 37 Speech Club 27 National Honor Society 4. RAYNOR, NANCY ........,,.... , ........,..,-,,,,-. G.A.A. 27 Rhythm Rollers 4. RECTOR, DELLA ...........vL,.. ....,...,,,,,,,,-, REEVES, BETTY --- ..... ....,.-..-...-...,.,,,,,,- - -, Dance Committee 2,37 G.A.A. 2,3,47 lunior Guard 37 Terpsichoros 3,47 "Twentieth Century Rhythms"7 "Rhy- thrn, Line, Color"7 Song Dancer 4. REGESER, EMMA IEAN ......,...........,..,,..-.... El Cervantes 47 Pep Squad 27 Tucsonian 37 F.B.L.A. 47 Rhythm Rollers 4. RENAUD, STELLA ............ ,.- --- French Club 37 Golf Club 4. RESINGER, HARRY ........... .... REUTER, FRANCES ----. ....., ----- REVELLO, IULIUS ........ ,,L, - RIDER, GEORGE . .... . ..... ..... RIDGEWAY, MARY ANN --- --..- Radio Production Club 3. 49 50 4 CEditorial Board 4D7 Radio Production Club 3,47 Tuc- sonian 3,47 House of Representatives 37 Song Dancer 47 Terpsichoros 47 "Rhythm, Line, Color"7 Rodeo Queen. ROBINSON, IOI-IN .................................. 5l Chronicle 2,3,4 CStaff Editor 4D Dance Committee 27 Flag Bearer 27 Iunior Guard 37 National Honor Society 3,47 Stamp Club 3,4 CVice-President 317 Star Gazers 37 49 Class Council 2. RODRIGUEZ, ANGEL ................................ 51 49 Baseball 27 Graphic Arts Club Z7 Quarterly 3,4. 49 RODRIGUEZ, CARMEN .............................. 51 RODRIGUEZ, VICTORIA ............................. 51 49 Dance Committee 47 El Cervantes 4 CPresident 437 Intramural Sports 2,47 Co-Ed Club 4. ROE, BETTY ........................ .... 5 1 Radio Production Club 3,4. ROGERS, SALLY ....................... .... 5 1 lunior Guard 37 Iunior Red Cross 4. ROIESKI, LEONARD .................. .... 5 I RONQUILLO, ART ........ ..., 5 1 RCNQUILLO, DORA ....... .... 5 1 49 Quarterly 37 F.B.L.A. 4. RONQUILLO, DOLORES ...... ...L 5 I G.A.A. 3,47 Girls' T-Club 4. 49 ROOD, ANNE .... .. .............. .... 5 I Latin Forum 37 Bi-Chem-Phi 2. 49 ROSENBAUM, IIM ............. .... 5 1 50 Intramural Sports 2,3. ROURKE, IULIA ..........vc.............c........,. 51 Dance Committee 47 G.A.A. 27 Iunior Red Cross 2,3,4. 50 SABALA, LOUIS ....................,,.............. 51 Basketball Z,32' Flag Bearer 27 Intramural Sports 47 Social Hour Committee 4. 50 SABALA, MANNY .........,............... -- .... 51 SANCHEZ, EMIL ......... .... 5 1 bfi SANDOVAL, Rot' --- ----51 QU F.B.L.A. 4. U0 SARREZLS, JIMMY ................................... 51 50 Baseball 2,37 Dance Committee 27 Football 27 Golf Club 47 Intramural Sports 2,3,41 lunior Red Cross 27 Pep Squad Z7 Social Hour Committee 27 Class Council 37 RIESGO, ELIZABETH ............................,. .--50 F.B.L.A. 4, Chronicle 27 Dance Committee 37 El Cervantes 47 G,A. Sgl-lglllll AlllEEN --------nuvyy ,--g -,---- 5 1 A. 3,47 Golf Club 37 Pep Squad 27 Quarterly 47 Tuc- Horseback Riding Club 3. sonian 37 Bi-Chem-Phi 37 Hostess Club 37 F.B.L.A. 4. SCHQCKI lllyll ----.-----------------------------.,,h 52 RIGOI-I. ALBERT ---------------------------------- M50 Basketball 2, Chronicle 2,3,47 Intramural sports 2,3,47 ll-H'1iOl' Guard 3- Pep Squad 27 Quarterly 3,47 Class Council 47 Tuc- RIGOI-If ERNEST -------'----e--e---------'e--------e 50 sonian 3,47 Radio Production Club 3,47 Rhythm Rollers Class Cabinet 47 lntrmural Sports 47 lunior Guard 37 4: Rllle Club 3- Twck 2314- SCHULZ, IOAN 1..,....................1............ 52 RINCON, HM ---------e--ev-----------fe-eA..------ -50 SCHUMAN, SHIRLEE --- ----52 Baseball 2,3,47 Flag Bearer 27 Football 2,3,47 Iunior lnlmmuml gpm-ls 4. Guard 37 Iunior Red Cross 3,47 Pep Squad Z7 Class SCHWERINI IANE -A------k-------- ---P----52 Council 4' El Cervantes 4j Bi-Chem-Phi 4. RIOS. ROSANNA ------v--------------------------- 50 scorr, SHIRLEY cee.,1......,...................... 52 ROBBINS, PHIL ------------------------------------- 50 El Cervantes 4, G.A.A. 3,4, Quarterly 3,47 "Lilies of Baseball 2,3,4 CManager 4D7 Chronicle 2,37 Class Cab- me l:'leld"' inet 47 Flag Bearer 27 Golf Club 47 Intramural Sports SERNA' RUBEN ------------------------l----.------- 52 37 lunior Guard 37 lunior Red Cross 27 Lettermen's Club 3,47 National Art Honor Society 2,3,47 National Honor Society 3,47 Quarterly 2,37 Social Hour Committee 47 Class Council 3. ROBERTS, LOUISE .......eeee...... ---- ROBERTS, WANDA ---- -...-...-....- ---- ROBERTSON, BANCROFT ---------...... .-.. Class Council 47 Football 27 Track 2. ROBERTSON, FRED -..-------....... ...- ROBIN, BARBARA .--........ .... ROBINSON, BERNITA ---------- .-.- Allegretto 27 Latin Forum 3. G.A.A. 2,37 Iunior Guard 37 Pep Squad 27 "Fanny and 50 -51 Chronicle 27 Dance Committee 37 Football 2,3,47 Intra- mural Sports 2,31 Lettermen's Club 47 Quarterly 27 Hot-Rod Club 37 Bachelor's Club 3. 50 SERVANTES, ROBERT ----..-..... .... 5 2 50 SERVENTI, PAT ..-..... .... 5 Z 50 Co-Ed Club 4. SEYMOUR, MARGIE ------------ ---- ----52 50 Allegretto 47 Iunior Red Cross 4 50 Sl-IAAR, IIMMY .-----..--------------------.-.----. 52 Balladeers 3,41 Dance Committee 3,47 Football 27 Intra- mural Sports 2,3,47 Iunior Red Cross 2,37 Class Council 47 Social Hour Committee 47 Rhythm Rollers 47 Arion Club 3,47 Radio Production Club 4. Page 245 SENIOR INDEX - Continued SHAW, DIANE ...................................... 52 G.A.A. 3,41 Girls' T-Club 41 Intramural Sports 31 Tennis 3,4. SHEAFFER, VALERIA ........................ .. .... 52 G.A.A. 21 Pep Squad 21 Rhythm Rollers 4. SHELTON, BILL ..................................... 52 Intramural Sports 2,41 Pep Squad 21 Track 2,3,41 Radio Production Club 3. SHERFEY, RICHARD ..................,....,........ 52 Cheer Leader 41 Class Council 21 Pep Squad 2. SHING, WILSON .................................. . -52 SIMPSON, BERTINA ............,,.....,............. 52 SIMPSON, DEE ...................................... 52 Basketball Z1 Dance Committee 41 Intramural Sports 2,3,41 Iunior Guard 31 Latin Forum 31 Pep Squad 21 Class Council 41 Social Hour Committee 41 Boys' State Representative1 Mid-year Graduation Guard1 Senior Of- fice Committee 4. SINCLAIR, MURRAY , ............................... 52 Chronicle 3,41 Dance Committee 2,31 French Club 21 Intramural Sports 2,3,4j Iunior Red Cross 3,41 Letter- men's Club 3,41 Pep Squad 21 Social Hour Committee 41 Track 2,31 Tucsonian 41 Allied Youth 3,4 CTreasurer 35. SKINNER, MARY LEE ,,.. .---- ...................... -52 French Club 31 G.S.L. 3,41 Golf Club 31 Stamp Club 3,41 Co-Ed Club 3,41 Bi-Chem-Phi 41 Radio Production Club, 3. SLOAN, DANA ...... ..... 5 2 Rhythm Rollers 4. SMITH, CAROLYN .....................-.... -.... 5 3 SMITH, MAY ..................a............. ..... 5 3 Dance Committee 31 Quarterly 31 Tucsonian 3. SMITH, WILLARD ................................... 53 Arion Club 3,41 Star Gazers 41 Balladeers 3,41 Chron- icle 4 CEditorial Board 4D1 Class Council 41 Quarterly 4. SMOLCZYK, IO ANNE .............................. 53 Band 3,4: Orchestra 3,4. SMOLCZYK, MARY SUE ..,............-... ..... 5 3 Band 3,4 CSecretary 451 Orchestra 3,4. SMOOT, BETTY .....................-.-.--- --------- 5 3 SNIDER, IUNE ...........-..........--.-.-- --------- 5 3 Allegro 31 Alleqretto 21 Balladeers 31 Orchestra 41 Ter- psichoros 3,41 "Twentieth Century Rhythms"1 "Rhythm, Line, Color". SNYDER, BOB ........a.......----------------- ----- 5 3 Chronicle 3,4: Class Cabinet 41 Dance Committee 2,3,41 Flag Bearer 21 Iunior Guard 31 Iunior Red Cross 3,4 CCouncil 411 National Honor Society 3,4 CPresident 45: Graphic Arts Club 2 CPresident 231 Pep Squad 21 Quarterly 2,3,4 CCo-makeup Editor 411 Senior Office Committee 4j Social Hour Committee 41 Class Coun- cilman 2,31 'Boys' State Representative. SOTOMAYOR, ALICE .... ........ ......----.------- - - 53 Badger Camera Clickers 3,41 Graphic Arts Club 2,3,41 Social Hour Committee 41 Tucsonian 31 Needlework Club 31 Rhythm Rollers 4. SPIVEY, BILL . .. l.......... ............-. -------- - 5 3 STALLINGS, DONNA ,............... -------------- - -53 Class Council 31 Needlework Club 31 Terpsichoros 3,41 "Dypspeptic GQYSHJ "Twentieth Century Rhythms"1 "Rhythm, Line, Color". STAPP, DICK - L- .. .................. ..------- - --53 STENINGER, LOU ELLA .... -- - ---. -53 Bi-Chem-Phi 3.4. STEPHENSON, BoB -- - , . ..... L... . .... . .-.--M53 Cheer Leader 4 Clflead 4D1 Dance Committee 4: Intra- mural Sports 2,3,41 Lettermen's Club 3,4: Quarterly 41 Track 3,4. STEPHEY, SHIRLEY - . ..--- -----53 Band 3,41 Orchestra 2,4. STEWART, FRANCES ...... ---- 5 3 STEWART, MARY ....... ----- 5 3 Page Allegro 3,41 Allegretto 21 Balladettes 21 Balladeers 3,41 Chronicle 2,41 Senior Cabinet: Dance Committee 31 Golf Club 41 Iunior Guard 31 Senior Office Committee 41 Social Hour Committee 41 Tucsonian 41 House of Representatives 3. S'i':gvvAH'1', RAY ............. ........,..........,.. 5 3 STOWELL, JEAN ............................,...... 53 G.A,A. 3,41 Girls' T-Club 41 Bi-Chem-Phi 3,41 Slide Rule Club 3. STRITTMATTER, DOLORES ....................... 4-53 Bi-Chem-Phi 41 Bridge Club 41 Co-Ed Club 41 Star Gazers Club 4. SUBLE'l TE, DELL .........--....--.......--...., ,,,,. 5 4 SUN DT, WILSON .............................--..... 54 Band 21 Senior Cabinet1 Dance Committee 3,41 Flag -Bearer 21 Football 21 Intramural sports 2,3,41 Junior Guard 31 Lettermen's Club 3,41 National Honor Society 3,41 Senior Office Committee 41 Social Hour Committee 41 Student Body Vice-President 4 CSouth SideD1 Tennis 2,3,41 Mid-year Graduation Guard 4. SUTI-IERLAND, ALICE ............................... 54 Class Council 21 Iunior Red Cross 21 Pep Squad 21 Quarterly 31 Dance Leader 41 Rhythm Rollers 41 F.B. L.A. 41 Tersichoros 3,4 CExecutive Board 321 "Twentieth Century Rhythms"1 "Rhythm, Line, Color" SUTTON, DOUGLAS .............................,.. 54 SUTY, IULIA ............................. .... 5 4 TANG, ALICE .... --- -- ....... - ----54 TANG, CONNIE --.. ................................. 54 TANNER, DICK .................................... 54 Baseball 21 Intramural Sports 2,31 Tucsonian 31 Mid- year Graduation Guard 4. TAPIA, IESSIE ................................ .... 5 4 Graphic Arts Club 41 Quarterly 4. TAYLOR, CLIFF ................... .... 5 4 Magic Club 3. TAYLOR, DONALD .... .... 5 4 Band 2,3. TAYLOR, HELEN .. ..... .... 5 4 Rhythm Rollers 4. TEDESCHI, VICTOR --- ----54 Rhythm Rollers 4. TELLEZ, BEATRIZ -- .... 54 TEMPLE, GLORIA .................................. 54 THOMAS, BOB ....--...................-.-----.--.. 54 Band 21 Intramural Sports 3,41 Iunior Red Cross 41 Quarterly 2,31 Social Hour Committee 41 "30" Club 3. TI-ICRNE, DAVE --.-- L...L.....-.-... ...------------ 5 4 Intramural Sports 2,3,41 Dance Committee 31 Pep Squad 21 Thespians 41 "She Stoops to Conquer"1 "Charm School". TIPPETT, ARLENE ............ -. ..............----- --54 TIPTON, MILDRED - .......-.--. --.----.------------- 5 4 G.A.A. 21 Iunior Red Cross 21 Pep Squad 21 Rhythm Rollers 41 Co-Ed Club 4. TORRES, CELIA .- .----.. ..........--Y-..-.A------- -54 Terpsichoros 3,41 "TWentieth Century Rhythms"1 "Rhy- thm, Line, Color" TOUT, NANCY .....L .---.. ...--..--------------- ------55 Chronicle 31 Iunior Red Cross 2,3,4 CCouncil 437 Quar- terly 41 Tucsonian 31 Honor Service Society 4. TRAUB, DOLORES ............ .....-...-...-.------- 5 5 TRIAS, JESUS . ...........L.....-..... . ...... ..-- 5 5 TSAGURIS, GEORGE .....-....... -,. ....------------ 55 Football 21 Intramural Sports 2,3,41 Riding Club 3. TUGGEY, SUE .---..-. .............-..... ---------- - -55 Allegro 41 Allegretto 21 Balladeers 41 Chronicle 41 G.A.A. 44 Latin Forum 31 Organ Club 41 Radio Produc- tion Club 4. TURNER, IACK --- ----55 TURNER, SAM --- -----55 Ski Club 3. 246 SENIOR INDEX - Continued UPI-IAM, MARIANNE .... .... 5 5 Rhythm Rollers 4. UPTIGROVE, ROBERT .................. ---.-55 F.B.L.A. 45 Radio Production Club 4. VASQUEZ, YOLANDA ............................... 55 VEGA, ELVIRA ..................................... 55 Flag Bearer 25 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Girls' T-Club 45 Iunior Red Cross 2,3,45 Iunior Guard 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Social Hour Committee 45 Class Cabinet 4. VELASCO, GENE ................................... 55 VERCH, OTTO o..................................... 55 VEST, MARY FRANCES ............................. 55 Allegro 3,45 Allegretto 25 Balladettes 25 Balladeers 3,45 Iunior Red Cross 2,3,4 CSecretary 415 Class Council 35 Social Hour Committee 45 Honor Service Society 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Terpsichoros 35 "Twentieth Century Rhy- thms". VIAENE, FIREIDA .......... ....................... 5 5 Allegretto 3. VIETINGHOFF, IOAN .......u...... .... 5 5 VILLA, STELLA ....................... .... 5 5 Graphic Arts Club 45 Quarterly 4. VILLASENOR, BEA .................. .... 5 5 'Graphic Arts Club 35 Quarterly 3. VILLEGAS, JOE .................................... 55 El Cervantes 45 Golf Club 45 Intramural Sports 2.4. VOGEL, ALBERT ..L................................. 55 Graphic Arts Club 2,3,45 Pep Squad 25 Quarterly 2,3,4. VOIROL, MARIE ........................u........... 55 WALKER, IIM ...................................... 56 Balladeers 25 Flag Bearer 25 Iunior Guard 35 Latin Forum 3,45 Quarterly 45 Speech Club 35 Boys' State Representative5 Rifle Club 3,45 Arion Club 2. WARD, DAWN .. .................................... 55 Chess Club Z,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Golf Club 3,45 Honor Service Society 3,45 Hiking Club 3,45 Ping Pong Club 45 Bowling Club 2,35 Ski Club 3. WARD, ELOISE .................................... 56 WARNER, ESTI-IER .......u.,............. .... 5 6 Co-Ed Club 45 Radio Production Club 3. WARNER, IRA ...............-............-......... 56 WAY, HENRY ....................-................. 55 Balladeers 2,35 Chronicle 35 Latin Forum 3,45 Arion Club 2,3. WEHRLE, LAWRENCE ....... .... 5 6 Balladeers 253,45 Band 2. WELCH, PAT .............. .... 5 5 G.A.A. 25 Pep Squad 2. WESSON, SYLVIA ..........,....................... 56 WEST. BLAKE ...................................... 56 Golf Club 2,3,45 Intramural Sports Z5 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Social Hour Committee 45 Golf Team 3,45 Ski' Club 35 Middyear Graduation Guard 4. WHEELER, BONNIE ................................ 56 Chronicle 45 Senior Cabinet5 G.A.A. 3,45 Girls' T-Club 45 Iunior Guard 35 Tucsonian 4. WHEELER, JIMMY .................... .. ............. 56 Senior Cabinet5 Flag Bearer 25 Football 2,3,4 CMana- ger15 Lettermen's Club 45 Senior Office Committee 45 Wrestling 253,45 Ski Club 4. Page 247 WHITE, DOUG .................... ,,--56 Intramural Sports 25 Ski Club 3,4. WIGHTWICK, IANET .........................,...... 56 Chronicle 45 Dance Committee 3,45 French Club 45 Intramural Sports 3,45 Iunior Guard 35 Iunior Red Cross 35 National Art Honor Society 3,45 Quarterly 35 Tucsonian 3,45 Class Council 35 Bridge Club 4. WILCOX, ANN ..................................... 56 National Art Honor Society 3,45 Quarterly 45 Science Club 3,4. WILKINS, AIDA .................................... 56 G.A.A. 2,35 G.S.L. 35 Class Council 3. WILLIAMS, MAHALIA .................. .... 5 6 WILLIS, LE ROY .........-............ .... 5 S Rifle Club 4. WILSON, ANN ....................................., 56 Chess Club 3,45 Latin Forum 3,45 Flag Bearer 25 Star Gazers 3,45 Scribblers Club 35 Riding Club 35 Bi-Chem- Phi 4. WILSON, BOB ..............................,..,.,.. 57 El Cervantes 35 Rhythm Rollers 4. WILSON, CYNTHIA ................,................ 57 Chess Club 45 Chronicle 2,35 El Cervantes' 25 Quarterly 3,45 Stamp Club 45 Tucsonian 2,3 Bi-Chem-Phi 45 Ski Club 45 Star Gazers 45 Radio Production Club 4. WING, ORENE .......,...,..................,--,-,, 57 Band 45 Orchestra 3,4. WOLIN, MARVIN ................,..,........ .... 5 7 Stamp Club 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 2,3,4. WONG, ROSALIE ..................,................ 57 G.A.A. 2,3,4 CSecretary 415 G.S.L. 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 25 National Art Honor Society 3,45 Ski Club 4. WONG, TOM ....................................... 57 Chronicle 4 CCO-Photography Editor 415 Graphic Arts Club 2,3,45 Pep Squad 25 Bowling Team 3. WOODRUFF, MARGARET ...... .,- .................... 57 G.A.A. 3,45 ,G.S.L. 3,45 CSecretary 415 Girls' T-Club 45 Honor Service Society 45 F.B.L.A. 4. WOODS, IOAN .................................... 57 Allegro 35 Allegretto 25 Balladettes 25 Balladeers 3. WRIGHT, LOIS ...................................... 57 YAGODA, LILLIAN ........................ ....... 5 7 Co-Ed Club 35 Radio Production Club 3. YBARRA, IULIA .................................... 57 G.A.A. 45 Graphic Arts Club 3,45 Quarterly 45 Rhythm Rollers 45 F.B.L.A. 4. YEITER, VERNON ..... --- .......... --57 YNESTA, MOLLY .................................... 57 YOUNG, PAT .........,............................. 57 Thespians 3,45 "It Might Happen Here"5 Terpsichoros 3,45 "Twentieth Century Rhythms", "Rhythm, Line, Color". YSLAS, DORA ...................... .............. 5 7 ZEMLICKA, BARBARA .....,..........-..........-,. 57 ZIMMERMAN, SUE .....................,............ 57 El Cervantes 45 National Art Honor Society 3,45 Social Hour Committee 45 Rhythm Rollers 4. ZINN, MARY KATE .....,........................... 57 Flag Bearer 35 Thespians 3,45 "Fanny and the Servant Problem"5 "It Might Happen Here"5 "She Stoops to Conquer"5 French Club 4. .-f4glilnerfi5eur .-lyrzcilzx Anderson Real Estate 61 Insurance Co.--- Apache Arizona Flour Mills .... Arizona Inn ........ Arizona Arizona Paint Co. ...z.s..... Trust Co. ............. Motors ....................... 216 208 -----213 206 227 -----212 Ashton-Ioynt Construction Co. ...... 230-231 Barney's Auto Electric Service --- Beacon Lighting Fixture Co. .... Beardsley's Originals ...... Beaudry Motor Co. ........... B 6: I Men s Shop ...,........... Builder's Supply 6: Lumber Co. .,..c.... Hal Burns ..................... Cox Commercial College --- Crafstrnan's Hobby Shop --- Danie1's Iewelry Co. ..... Dolores Shop ............. Roy Drachman Realty Co. --- Duke's Drive Inn .......... Fourth Avenue Pharmacy --- Fox Tucson Theatre ....... 219 216 202 -----203 219 210 -----201 -----221 224 215 -----204 -----221 -----224 -----214 -----214 Fred Fisher Tile Co. ................... 229 Gallant-Carroll Hardware 61 Supply Co.-- Grunewald G Adams ........-......... 213 Grabe Electric Co. .................... 207 226 209 Gupton's Iewelers ...... Haskell Linen Supply Co. --- High School Inn ............. Hostetter Landscape Services --- Howard ci Stofft ............ Ingham 6: Ingham .,...,.. Iacorne's Department Store --- Iohnson Iewelers .......... KCNA Radio Station .......... Kohler Electric Light 61 Power 201 -----219 -----213 -----205 -----209 -----225 -----216 -----211 Plants Agency ...s...........s.... 216 Le Cave's Speedway Pastry Shop Levy's Department Store .............. T, Ed L1tt ..................... .....--- 21 1 206 Lewis Salon Shoes .,...............-.- 205 ' 203 226 Lockett's Clay Indian Arts ci Crafts Shop- Mangel's Realty Office --------...... -- Mardis Studio -.-------- Martin Drug Co. ------ 208 -----200 ----217 Page 248 I. B. Matz Specialty Contractor Inc. ------ 229 McClellan s -------------------------- 205 225 Mitchell Furniture Co., Inc. ------ Mode Shoe Shop ------------ Mulcahy Lumber Co. ---------- Kermit C. Oestreich Electric Co. -------- O Rrelly Motor Co. -------------- Park Music Shop Inc.--- I. C. Penney Co. --------- Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. --- Perkins Motors Inc. --------- Pilcher's Chevron Service ---- Place 6: Place --------------- Porters ----------------------- 1111205 224 228 220 214 207 201 212 205 229 223 Power 6: Home Equipment Co. ---------- 218 - . Rambo Baking Co. . ------------------- - Reuben's Arizona Home Supply Co Richards Paving Co. ------------------ Robinson Paint Co. ------------------- Roh's Radio Co. --------- F. Ronstadt Hardware Co. --- Sears, Roebuck 6: Co. ------------------ Shamrock Dairy ---------------------- W. R. Shearrnan Furniture Co., Inc. ------ Sidebottorn Insurance Agency ---------- Southern Arizona Bank 61 Trust Co. ------ Southwestern Sash 6: Door Co. ---------- Sprouse-Reitz Co., lnc. ----------------- 217 215 227 214 216 222 216 219 221 214 211 220 221 Stancal Asphalt G Bitumuls Co. -------- 227 ' ' 208 Sternfeld s ------------------------ ---- Steinheimer's University Square Book Store ----------------- M. M. Sundt Construction Co.--- Thorne's Market ----------- Thunderbird Shop ----- ----- The Time Shop ----------------------- Trince Shoe Shop --------------------- Tucson Auto Parts G Equipment Co. ----218 207 226 222 205 219 211 Tucson Gas, Electric Light 6: Power Co.---204 223 Tucson Laundry ci Dry Cleaners -------- Tucson Newspapers Inc. ------- Tucson Title Insurance ---- University Barber Shop ------- Valley National Bank ----- ---- Mae Vos Ready-to-Wear Shop --- F. W. Woolworth Co. -------- 202 222 209 ----224 ----221 ----220 UA wi:5!L am! Jing! 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