Tucson High School - Tucsonian Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

 - Class of 1951

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Cover: Universal Bookbindery, Inc. Photography: Graphic Arts Department QTucson Senior High Schoolj Mardis Studio fSenior Portraitsj XX' X951 Du, .,.sJ,wz' - . I I fafifflld. 'ofifg-,gf 4 ,. , Aff- , H r' .ar f:ZMZ??ff?fjQf Tucson Senior High School Cy 5 j Tucson, Anzona f I 1 I ' 9 'Y hc Annex X Y Mn YmKXdKug, M W X' ou xdom A Yml dm 1 ,-...- b A 549.9 , U ul 9: ' c -f 'TTI .vJ. XTH I 1 v I , S E P 1 1 Q 1 , 1 r Q 5 ! L 1 r F A 4 6 u i , 'X OOX X BX v A X 32 'E K M -mlf M l .-5? A f' mn S 'WMQI C' im 4 0 Court House M R. ANDY TOLSON Princijml dministration The exceptionally high rating of the Tucson school system, in comparison with other systems in cities of similar size, is more than a mere accident. It is more than a mat- ter of adequate space, imposing architecture, facilities for studying and recreation and even a top-notch teaching staff. At the very head, there must be a group of administrators who are experienced and expert in develop- ing a winning educational team. Among this group is Andy Tolson, ex- Dean of Boys, who is serving his first year as principal of Tucson Senior High School. His duties include living within the budget set by the Board of Education, establishing necessary rules and regulations for teachers and the student body, supervising instruc- tion and managing onffices, activities and maintenance of school property. Chief administrator of the Tucson school system is Mr. Robert D. Morrow. As Super- intendent of Schools, Mr. Morrow has served Tucson since 1940 and was previously in charge of schools in the states of Missouri and Iowa, as well as in Arizona. For such an edu- MR. ROBERT D. MORROYV .S11j2er1'Hie11cIe11I of Schools MR. CHARLES A. CARSON ,-1.s.s1'szff1nl Szzperizzlendent MISS CALANTHE BRAZELTON Dezm of Girls cator, it is only natural to expect that one college would hardly be enoughg so Mr. Mor- row attended Mfestminster College in Fulton, Missouri, George Mfashington College in Washington, D. C., and secured his master's degree at Galaudet University. Mr. C. A. Carson, former principal of Tucson High, is second in command, carry- ing' the awe-inspiring title of Assistant Super- intendent of Schools in Charge of Secondary Education. In that capacity, Mr. Carson is responsible for the welfare and,progress of the several thousand high-school students in this school district. Co-education at Tucson High is more than a mere academic principle, it is also an opportunity for wide social activity, under the supervision of Miss Calanthe Brazelton, Dean of Girls. Though Miss Brazelton is primarily concerned with attendance and guidance, she also directs the after-game dances and the Junior Red Cross shows giv- en during the school year. In addition, she serves as advisor to the Girls' Social Hour Committee, the Honor Service Society and the United Badger Service which this year has assumed the task of furnishing aid to ten students who could not otherwise con- tinue in high school. Finally, we come to the members of the Board of Education, or School Board, elected by the property tax-payers of the school dis- trict. At the head of this board, which has the highest authority within the Administra- tion, is Mr. Fred Fickett, attorney and former judge. Mr. Oliver Drachman, business man, is a leading member of the Board. Newest member, re-elected for a full term this Fall, is Dr. Delbert Secrist, long interested in va- rious youthactivities and a former All-Ameri- can football player at WVashington and Jef- ferson College. Together, these three have final jurisdiction in the hiring of new teach- ers and in the planning and building of new schools. Long-faithful secretary of the Board is Mrs. A. W. Kellond. A school system can be no better than its Administration. Tucson's Administration is as good as they come! Sf-lmol liorzrdz Mrs. A. NV. Kclloncl, Mr. R. D. Morrow, Dr. D. L. Secrist, Mr. lf. NV. Fickett, Mr. O. C. Drzncliman. 11 llLl-il 7,7,Z,7,.,7.,7,,, 5' I My jgtpj' ' , . . M t I ff f K' -'fi ,"'k" ' '37 . 'I :QQ ff.: ' 'ffgrv 1575 . " , ,,,. . ,r,7 V : 1 kk 1, . , W A lf lty . f-.run f , ,V MRS CHENOWETH Attendance Offzee. ' VV .,,. f ' 'f-' ,QQ Mrs. Chilson, Mrs. Sowell, Mrs. Bond Mr. T0ls0n's Secretary q ' ,rs Mrs. Ryder, Mrs. Feldkamp. - Jef . Q M. ' . . MR. COOPER Attendance Supervisor- Nurses: Mrs. Mott, Mrs. Metz. Bookstore: , Elvira Sanches, Emajean Regeser, Estella Gradillas, Joe Magee, Gladys Broyles. 12 Cafeteria: Row 1: Mrs. Neal, Mrs. Hatfelve, Mrs. Iaccino, Mrs. Owens, ,Mrs. Gibbons, Mrs. Morton, Mrs. VValker. ' Row 2: Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. Ellis, Mrs. Tyra, Mrs. Ethridge, Mrs. Myers, Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. Davison. Row 3: Mrs. Genung, Mrs. Paris, Mrs. Vermillion, Mrs. Wat- son, Mrs. Hart, Mrs. Jenkins. ' Row 4: Mrs. Rottman, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Ankenbauer. Maintenance Staff: Mr. Holt, Mr. Downs, Mr. Saxon janitorial Staff: Row 1: Clara Steeb, Annie V. Thompson, Irma L. Stevenson. Row 2: Mike Riesgo, Frank Tellez, jesus Pina, Manuel Gastellum. Row 3: Charles Calvillo, Ed Borquez, Willie Kendrick, Ricardo Leon, Frank Rodriguez ' ' Martinez, Manuel V. Lopez, J. T. Gibson, Alvino Ramirez. Bob Molina. MR. ROLLIN T. GRIDLEY Principal of Night School Long after the 3000 students of Tuc- son High have left their halls of learn- ing for the day, the new Vocational Building hums with educational activity into the night. More than 500 men and women enrolled in the Adult Even- ing School, paying moderate tuition fees of S5 to 3515 per course and receiving in- struction in 33 different subjects. MR. R. A. GANOUNG Coordinator of Ajnprenticeship Training Evening Adult Education Classes are given in such academic subjects as English and Spanish, in such practical fields as public-speaking, typing, shorthand and bookkeepingg and in such helpful crafts and trades as brick-laying, electricity, photography, plumbing, refrigeration, welding . . . Principal of this important new edu- catio11al facility is Mr. Rollin T. Grid- MR. CHESTER SHEAFFER Coordinator of Distribative Educatzon MRS. VIVIENE MONAHAN Jllr. Gridlegfs Secretary MISS VIOLA JENSEN Mr. Gridleyls Secretary f f ,f,. Lk - , 64 5 iw- 9 ' , t lSS , ' ' Q-45' ss is r ' 6'99iiff?2E4" S MRS. MARGUERITE ALLEN Registrar ley, who also serves as Assistant Principal of THS. Mr. Gridley now has a swank office in the Vocational Building, but even so, life is far from being all foam- rubber for him, since heavy adminis- trative -responsibilities keep him on the move. However, that suits Mr. Gridley, who as head-coach kept the Badger foot- ball team on the move for twenty-one years, guiding it to several state champ- ionships and undefeated seasons. Faculty English IVIZYIOII 1, 1 . "'A' , V ' .X f, K I . l in y 9 f G , A , I if q A X l ' M , ll' l ' K s .W-g' Wx - xi- 7. L ivlrs. Jacqueline Mallis Miss Harriette Martin Mr. George Memzen tts Mr. Harvey Ferguson Miss Leona Mr. jack Peterson Mrs, Uarda Phelan Mrs. Bessie Rea Miss Florence Reynolds lVl8lQl'lQITlZ-1lflCS "Literature is the thought of thinking souls." Carlyle K Hoyt 16 Miss Lallra Gale Miss Mabel Higgs Willene Neely "Histories, make men wiseg poets, wittyg the mathematics, subtzlef' Bacon .Mmley i I. mi '1- Miss Miriam Geyer Miss Leona Hilles Miss Anna Hughes Mrs. Fawn Iohnson s A Ls :-1+m,f X s i.5l'i,r: ,k.,,y i kL,. Q, , -, ,VP vi i ii ' H' ,-, -iv'-' ' iii . - 2 ' - , 'f'-.-' ' -. ' s --,. X 'l -4- 4 . 331215513 . ik'- i ,k', X i. .,f, 1 1 i j -- H H M s . iii . i iiiii ' sy ,, y I va' V Q .V K ji 3 x, "f' . , -, N ' ' ff i ' ,1 'i'- L V A Q ' Q ' , Q , -J si i V i'i' I J ii J ' V ii" 'fs , a+ 3 f' i iiii " ' V ., " jay... 5 N 5 X.rL , wi! 'V . V . K .7 5 X 5.4 i3ff4!: ' -f i sa . I 2 . is s..sQ i i c X ' A ' ".si i' i Miss Phyllis Neymark Mrs. Lenore Nier i Mrs. Evelyn Overpeck Mrs. Alice Perkins Mr. Miss Marjorie William hfhy..-,21f,-"4" v - VM..-gig ,X K, N .. ii : A M i w i !""7 ' Miss Mary Balch Mr. james Black Mr. ,,cf.'f I., ' 1, Mr. Torn Fridena Miss Mabelle Heath Miss Maude Miller 1' H x1A"' if lay l jj il I s P 'Z Library Social Science Mrs. Helen Nau 'il' 'i'i 'f,. 1' -' ' V "-' W L' ' Q inf' f W if '7 f x J " Every man of us has ally- 4 is .fw .' - - ff W 1 - fhg 66725167165 In htm. I V SL' l M M f Mr. W. D. Ribelin Mr. D. Severs Mr. john Taylor Mr. Harold Williams 'sl ' if il I i kv 5 I , Q K, Sufi A' 'N Jr .yn sau r IK X ' l , ,X X xp riff' , 'sl '. ms, X if fy WF -www : all f '4 ' . , f f .- ,,v:w.f, nl' . M wr r sm,llw rrss use 1 we ' g',, if ,, Q .4 ' 25' s , 1 KA :jf A ff ' Q, Mr. Harold Goodman Mr. Paul Grimes gf 71 sw r . '12 X xv, ftxfyvf' I 5 '. K. Q M www EW' m. lg I I ig-.N X , ' wf 1 .5143 ff- A Mr. VV. A. Sewell Miss Madge Utterback ".Music.' is well said to be the speerh of angels." Carlyle Cmnmemml .w , ,qi xii 4. 1 V I ,z I Q , ' , 1 f f ff- TU' f 9 ? ff f W4 VM V f 5 if t 'fx .T w 5 Miss Mary Bcath Miss Eva Cullcy "Art is rnarfs rzalureg na- ture is G0d's arf." Barley , 2 ,',- f " ' f , Z4 ,V , W f 4 -,L r W ,,,,, L ss... r ' V! V , 1- -, Mr, Archie An 'len Mrs. Mary Buzzcttil Mr. Paul Cznrmony 8 We 5 f f , ffQg,3g,,f,, ,, l 4 '4 f." f -"' f Y'-if If ,lv V- '1 A' 3 l ' s f f ' f l ,rp ,'.' Gi ' ',,' ' . f f- , ,--f. 712, L- 1 , L 5 , . we is or , M r r ff we ' f 'J 'f" 4 ' ,, j ' - vf Q 1 W , ,, " ff X M ' I , 1 2? , F' , . y ,w , , Q4 5 I , V 'f ,W , 4, kg-W K I , f js , 'fzffzfzfr . . ' f A Q f:,5ff1ffl2,,f If -.df Miss Charlotte Hopper Mr. Hugo Kleinn M1 1 john O'Nci II Miss Ruth Peterson V' ww- wl. zll. Q,AV ,Q ,,sVhs,, ,l.v E ,al Al,V 7 Vs,.. 5 ,ss, i I ,, l , fry, Miss Ruth Pinkston Miss Charlotte Propcr Mr. Danny Romero Miss Marjorie Ross and go to't "To business that we love we rise betime, with delight." Shakespeare 1 " Driver Training 3 H Jaw -2: f 4 f If ' 1 'A -is? 6, A :,,i,.r .. . I r 5- J-, IX-Ir. R. C. Cline Mr. Gordon Logan Study Hall "Drive safely-the life you 77 save may be your own. f 7 jg!-9 uf f f 1' ' ul . 1 V if M x A LZ- i Z' Q , , C, 12 Mr. Sterling Hatfield Mrs. Estlierschreurs "The more we study, the more we dzscover our ig- norance." Shelley Science Mr. George Bazzetta Mr, 'Bell Mr. Elbert Brooks Mr. P. N. liuchman Mrs. Elnor Detlefson Miss Elizabmli Frantz Miss Emnia Holland Mr. Pxnnl Koch iiiii i..iii 1 ..ii s A if +1 V i 11 f' ",T,zZ?2ffg'5C: " f -' . V ' ' Y .,'i'..,i', ' ' J V' ' if Ah fi i ' rsi. ff wir ' 15.1 ,V . I ,,r . ,... A , Mr. Ken Pearson Mr. Glenn Rothrock Mr. QI. A. Van Horne Mr. F. Mi. Whiting "While bright-eyed Science watches round." Gray Fomngnlanguages '!They spell it Vinci and pronounce it Vinchyg for-, eigners always spell better than they pronounce." Twain gPhyQcalEduCaUon ' ..jf.,5:j, l W , , s z ' i is iii, ww i - w ' 2 , if nm f I A - " 22, 5417 ei " tj ' Mr, Lowell Bailey V Miss Opal Bane Mr john Barrrnver Miss Leonc Liosby Mr B C, Doolen Mr. Henry Egbert Mr. jason Greer pt ,Z ,V .. I Q W X l A W , , . , , 4 P ,i ,f A 'nififf " fy .1 2 lv J 1 s may af 4 , of 'Dfw A, ' - . -11 on .',, fi, ' Xliss Sally Henry Mrs lzdna johnson Mr Francis Rrckert Miss Virginia Robinson Mr. Hanley Slagle Miss Naoml Stemke M1 W W Wcstervelt Mr james Whnc Mrs. Hclen Willis Miss Kathryn Young For when the One Great Scorer comes, to write against your name He marks not, that you won orlost. but how YOU played the game Grantland Rice M M H k Q l 3,4Q1f : A- so Omema Ing Q i APV ' ' "We may live without friends, we may live iiii y without books, But civilized man cannot A live without c ok " M ' 'h Miss Margaret Booher Mrs. Gertrude Scudder 0 S' e7edZt -R-1 ariszff Vocational and s Industrial Art . li' is ' Tg iaai Mrs. Rilla Lee Thomas ffl 1 1 vu Mr. Robert Barclay Mr. Louis Bazzetta x.f Q .. rfs.X . . X.'- .. , v im xj ,517 1 X ' 1,9 -X 1 'L I '- f Q2 f I ca Mr. Otis Chidester Mr. Merle Denning Mr. Albert Dyke ' Mr. A. -I. Eager Mr. D. F. Fithian- Mr. Harry Goldstein Mr. H. A. Klenck Mr. Milton Mallis Mr. r. Robert Ortiz Mr, Robert Sandin Mr, john Schenck on I' f - if if lf . 1, - If ' 1 . ,1. , YJ , , ' I . I V ' 2 q ' i ' - J i 1 i J Mr. D. D. Shadley Mr. Chester Sheaffer Mr. Samuel Sherrill Mr. F. A. Stondall "The vocation of every man and woman is to serve other people." Count Tolstoy Yxfl 3 M Z .4 J V 40' f , 4 .1 4Q,,?f. 9 d . V Church at "Old Tucson" fi :iw ff' 4' ary, , A. V. HUMPHRYS, President Student Government Today's students are tomorrow's citizens! Stu- dents at THS learn the fine points of democratic citizenship by participating in the student govern- ment program. To many of us, the phrase, "You are now ex- cused to go to your 3rd period class," became sym- bolic of A. V. Humphrys and his role as Student Body President. However, though A. V. was the one who called to order and dismissed all student body meetings, his responsibilities represent ct more varied field. It was his job to appoint all- student committees for school proiects, to see that we students obeyed the acts passed by the Student Council and gen- erally to be the student "Big Chief." Since co-operation is the "by-word" of every THS officer, the special duty of each is to work and co-operate to the utmost with his fellow officers as well as students. Vice-president Ion Rob- son shared A. V.'s headaches, lending help on numerous occasions to special projects like the Traffic Control Plan for 7th Street and presiding over Student Council meetings in A. V.'s absence. Though "pint-size," jon was definitely a "Big Wheel". The office of Student Body Secretary has numerous responsibilities which do not meet the average student's eye. Of course, Teta Martyn kept accounts of Student Council meetings, but her duties didn't stop there. For Teta took care of all student body correspondence. If a school was especially hospitable to any of our athletic teams, it received a thank-you note from Teta. For example, she wrote to the Mesa Student Council, thanking them for the hospitality shown THS students at the Mesa-Tucson foot- ball game. When other schools request- ed information or a copy of our consti- tution or handbook, it was Teta's job to see thattheir request was granted. Seven .councilmen-sophomores, Scott Westmoreland and Marilyn McNeill, juniors, Doug I-Iolsclaw and jim Milli- gang and seniors, Mary jane Westmore- land and Bob Pesqueira, together with Councilman-at-large jerry Tolle-made up the Student Council. They had charge of organizing the pep squad and choosing cheerleaders and song leaders, 5535 fei f' 4 TETA MARTYN 24 Secretary ,ION ROBSON Vice-lb resident V' -f 993 JERRY TOLLE Cotmcilman-at-large who were later trained by Danny Ro- A 9 mero. They cleared with the city gov- A ernment. for pep rallies downtown and took charge of all student elections. , r,l' g .,ci ,vii y Although the officers direct student V affairs, the students themselves have the 4 syss y yy power of petition if they desire changes wt in the conduct of these affairs, and sug- gestions to the Council are encouraged and welcomed. Yes, THS is truly a model democ- I . h racy! .lim Milligan if Scott Wfestmoreland ff, 5 1.12 ' . f H- f' 'etf .4-of --f ' . ,. H , k .,f.V if r,., iz. a..-nriavt .... ,. ,...V 47... -6i...,. ' ' i 1 . How can they smile at 7:45 a. m.P Councilmen Mary jane Westmoreland Bob Pesqueira Doug Holsclaw Marilyn McNeill 25 V C1 i r 'YO' QQ,-QQX Q 1 W' 'A I3 ., it H , : X aww A L4 :L MXINN' X 5 Carnegie Library f -w , n Senior Class Officers: Dick Hancock, Vice-presidentg Frank lsockhart, President, jim Lindsey, Business Manager, Leta French, Secretary. Seniors With a number of "firsts" on its sche- dule, the Class of '51 left many fond memories for years hence. The first project undertaken was the es- tablishment of a senior bank. An immediate success, it helped start the year off on the right foot. On November 25, the University of Ari- zona played host to seniors from all over the state with Tucson High providing the larg- est representation. The program included a mass assembly, tour of the U of A campus, student dance and barbeque, followed by the football game with Iowa State. Long before the Senior Prom itself, sen- iors were busy helping with preparations and speculating on the secret theme. Slow, smooth music and soft lights reflecting the brilliance of balloons in the huge glass fountain, all con- tributed to the effectiveness of the theme, "Fountain of Youth". After the prom, class officers began work- ing on original ideas for the annual senior pro- T iSer1iorCrzbinet: Row I: Jeanne Matteson, Marijohn Sundt, Mary Louise Gump, Barbara Shannon. Ann Stockwell. Janie HCPHCT- Row 25 jim Robson, Sally Simcet, Peggy Cox. Teta Martyn, Kathy Stofft, 'limn Bentley Row 3: Roland Morreale, Bill Anderson, A. V. I-lumphrys, Dick Anklam, Chuck 28 Lehan, Steve Schneider. duction The Follies", with Advisor Danny Romero their inspiration and guide. The Follies made its three-night stand for the public on May 16, 17 and 18. While underclassmen suffered through final school daze THS seniors got away from it all with their tra- ditional ditch day. But all too soon it was May 29, time for Commencement. Who would imagine a year, or rather three years could pass so quickly! Mlngled thoughts and misgivings about future plans, nostalgic reminiscing about fun in Senior Office, publica- tion deadlines, that silly skit for the Talent Assembly, spiced the exhilaration of that final moment when, with a flip of their tassels, the seniors suddenly became alumni If that's Senior Office. lead me to it! Senior Council: Row 1: Charles Defosse, Pat Gardner, Bernadine Ludwig, Loleete Burr, Sara Lyerly, Erna Blezinger, Shirley Condit, Beverly Lockett, Yvonne Wade. Row 2: Emmit Curtis, Kay Tolson, Betty Confer, Lorraine McCollum, Flor- ence Archer, Gail La Beau, Clela Key, Doris Gridley, Pat Turpen. Row 31 George VVilcox, Barbara Welch, Kate Sasse, Ruth Hollander, Elaine Pitluck, Margaret Green, joan Smith, Lenore Levy, Nancy Kierig. Row 4: Bob Diehl, Bill Hines, Alpha Cornelius, Evo De Concini, Jim Warren, john Newcomer, john Eaton, Bill VVorthington, Russ Talley. Row 5: Ken Kemmeries, Charlie Mclvers, Don McGlamery. 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Richard Ford Phyllis Foster Roxie Lee Foxe Dick Frederick Don Freeman Leta French VViggie French Juandalee Fulfer Dale Funk Don Funk Nova Dee Futrell Dick Gaines Frances Gallego Elnora Ganoung Cruz Garcia A ,WF Terry Garcia Pat Gardner ,?:a:i2?9? 14 ,. . ryggz Virginia Gelsel g Wm iff ,",- 1535 A L t A C f"' at i Joe Gerdenics 1 in A Janet Gilbert Betty Gillard Mary Gillespie Edward Goggins Eddie Gold Gladys Goldstein Bertha Gomez Lee Gonzales Ruth Ann Gonzales Tony Gonzales Gerry Goodman Harriet Goodman Rayda Gordon Budd Gotshall Virginia Gradilllas Andy Graybeal Thomas Greaber Robert Grebner Margaret Green IWW, 'aww '--.vvy I ' 'L Qs M at .f,: A Rose Marie Greenwood Pat Greeson Charlotte Gregg Doris Gridley M mf 4 K X , ' - in Leonard Grijalva 1 , Roddy Griscom G 3, A artt P o t n ! il , an Wanda Guegold G tttt l G 7 ,.,,, , 1 " "tv 4 ws iw, I 'f Ada Gum 'tnr 4 f r' , a 'Q-if i f ettnn a t ' - Mary LOUISE Gump H .: - Alfred Guzman Ann Hall li ' fVf .,g l f Bill Hancock ff Dick Hancock Arthur Hannebohnl Ken Hanson 43 AWP? fav 'wear Luke Hardesty Lillie Bell Harrell Nancy Harrington Virginia Harrington Jo Ann Harris Roger Hartman Mary jo Harvey Roy Haskell Dolores Hawk Geraldine Hayslette Barbara Heggestad Melissa Heidelberg Frances Heineman Harold Henderson Helen Hennesy joe Hensley Janie Hepner Jessie Hernandez Luella Herndon Ana Marie Herreras Mary Ann Hessick Bill Hickman Dolores Hicks Ron Higginbotham john Higgins Bill Hines jack Hitchcock K 3 "i' i in Bud Holdgrafer Rosemary Holland Ruth Hollander Ronny Hollow Reba Holmes Jeannette Connie Horn Betty Horne Bonnie Horsky Aw. 4' -.wr 45 Glen Houck Chuck Howard Donna Hoyt Margot Hubbard Nadine Hueftlein Gilbert Huerta Wilma Huggett Margaret Hughes Gordon Hummel A. V. Humphrys Joy Hunter Bill Hussar jean Hussey Ned Hyatt Bob Imes Dick Imes Beverly Irish Eddie Jacobs Dorcas Jeffrey Keith jesperson Pat Jeter Charlotte Jewell Earline Jirou Bill Johnson Bud Johnson Esther Johnson Jean johnson Paul Johnson Phyllis Johnson Dean jones Elizabeth jones Mary Louise Jones Frances Jontig Harry Jossel Dolores Kaith Paul Katz Q WW w wi Q-My! h llrriryr ' l iliii f it it liyr, iilffilf f." 5 ' P ' y 4 riry'ly , yy ' i ,,t' -.N s- r ' Q e iieirr t l,yy fx y,ss av sirrtsli i iir Ronald Kaufman Rose Marie Kazal Jack Kearney Frank Keating Jim Kelley Walter Kelly Ken Kemmeries Beverly Kennedy Bob Kessel Clela Key Nancy Kierig Hope Kimmel Harriette Kingsley Tom Knappenberger Karl Kohlhoff Rosemary Kremer John Krohn Tommie Krouse Gail La Beau Bob Lacagnina ,- Charles Lamb Marian Langer Bob Lauver Chew Law Ben Lee Bobbie Jean Lee Nancy Lee Zita Leeson Chuck Lehan Margaret Lemas Balvina Leon Carole Levey Leanore Levy Nancy Lewis Janet Lieberman joe Lilly ,- . 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Doug Holsclaw and Jim Milligan represented the class on the Student Council. Bob Dailey, class president, and Mr. Ernest Mariscal, class advisor, began early in the year to make plans for the annual Junior-Senior prom. With the help of the Junior Council, the Prom Committee, Bob X junior Counril: s Row l: Roeser, Rau, Mathews, Miller. Lopez. Shefferly. Doran. Row 2: ,-Xrce. Green. Milligan. Dailey. Bilhy. Dotzenrod. Row 3: Chapel. McNeil. Anderson, Holsclaw. jllllffil' Planning COIllllIfffl'1'i Row l: l,arriva. Boyle. Wright. Row 2: Matthews. Milligan. Dailey. l-lolsclaw. Goode, Vice-president, and Ann Mathews, Secretary, the linal arrangements and deco- rations were completed. The theme was kept a dark secret until April 14 when the class of '52 presented "The Sweetheart Ball" for the seniors. The doors of the cafeteria opened to reveal a wonderland of red and white with strains of "Will You Remember?" the theme song in the background. ' In May the juniors saw some of their classmates chosen to join the National Honor Society. From these members will be chosen the organizations officers for next year. The same month 16 boys and MR. MARISCAL Advisor girls were chosen from the top third of the class to act as Junior Guards at gradu- ation. With 'WVill You Remember?" always in their hearts, the class of '52 will find it hard to forget their junior year. ff, 8 Cozmselmsz is MR. ANDERSON r Miss GALE 'm :fy MR. KLENCK was , V iilt fi .,,f,,,1 3 Z ,." E W h NV f ww 2 L mm: I 7 . a fQ?4' 56 ,g ff 2 g f 170 ff--...Q ,Q -V Fra nk Adams ' I T7 -9 C f i W - p 561, s SW Q, X f f ff 'ff f, 5 I ,.,, ' ' V "" Vi K V, X f "4 .i v ' ' "' i C ' ,745 ,. fy f Q' f - ,L fl X , fy Aff! 'I f ,C .. f I l X 1 1 W fi Q f 7 1 W ? 6 f X f ,., . , , . ' ' , Va 1 ,, I, ,- , ' , f 42, f figz 'if ' ' ' ff 4, ,., , ,..,, 4 335 V, .xv af H . 'V ,is M ' 73755. ,. ' ' F ,,., Q ' , - f f7 pw., f f, . ., 2. f 4. 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WW Edward Woods Robert Neal Wooten Sally Wright .Io Ann Yikc Rosemary Sieglc Pat Yonash Elaine Zcigler Pat Zwyghuizen ,if X X H w , mf' ,fu-QV' rf Z, 4-is K7 ' ,- 1 f 0 A s W" 1 N0 f ff? if l ll.. f1f'ggrg,, l 'Kr 1 rAll l f rw' . ". -f', 2 fr-',- fyf -fi Eg 4, 'Q ' fini-'v "SMI ,v ' W3 f A f4. mf W1-4 muff-4 ' 1' , 5.1.1- X,4.4,..,1 K YIM!" ' f f, ,,,. A . ff' jf QA., I A' 'W ul in A, . , MQW J f f f john Barnett. Vice-presidentg Pat Flood. Presidentg lilizabeth Cooper. Secretary. Sophomores "Now my next class is on the second floor on the Sixth Street side two doors to the right." This was only one of many mixed-up sayings which often slipped through the lips of new students at THS. From the tone of superiority adopted by the juniors and Seniors, one could recog- nize these people as SOPH-MORES. Feeling rather out of place at first, the new sophomores quickly worked them- selves into the program of activities at Tucson High. Toward the end of Sep- tember, they elected Pat Flood to preside over all meetings as President. He was assisted by John Barnett, Vice-president, andiLiz Cooper, Secretary. "Councilmen" was the name given to Marilyn McNeil and Scott Westmoreland. Tom Fredina, a U of A graduate in his first year of teaching at Tucson High, helped the sophomores as advisor in adapt- ing themselves to their new school. Plans for the year were not discussed as a whole until January 28, when sophomores gath- ered en masse to "map out their course" for the remainder of the year. Although the whole school supported the Red Cross' plan for continued adop- tion of the Greek boy and Finnish girl, the sophomores made this project their specific undertaking by raising sufficient funds to send several Care packages to these chil- dren. -X Soplzonmre Planning Conznzitteez Row l: Overpeck, Flood. Yohe. Row 2: Fimbres, McNeill, johnson, Andrews. Kershner. Cooper, Reisler, Freudenthal, Nabours. As a fitting finale for a successful year, the sophomores "hopped in the pud- dles" on April 21. Outside the weather was balmy, but the sophomores helped April live up to its -reputation of showers. At first glance it was thought that they had made careful 'arrangements with the weather man, but the realistic puddles, rain and garlands of brightly-blooming spring flowers turned out to be the clever products of human hands, mainly those of the Decoration Committee. .Vx MR. FRIDENA Ad111's01' l The sophomores danced to such "rainy time" tunes as "Stormy VVeather", "April Showers" and "Rain", played by the I-li Cats, but rested their weary feet occasion- ally while listening to the talented per- formances of their fellow members. Q Though no one actually got wet, the class of '53 will remember their "Puddle Hop" as one of their happiest experiences of sophomore year! .ti f Counselors: y MR. KOCH y VV MRS. NAU I y in Miss SMITH My I ki.,,k ,,,V Q ,Vs,,V I . K I A t.t. 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Charles Pritchett 3 f ff V , J ,, M, 2 Vera Ridgely A .,f.v 1 My ,gk if V -.MW h , M J Diane RosenblaLt Donna Russell ff! " gfffy, , Shirley Sayre , , ., y, ff Ay 4' " Q 1' X .lane Picker . -',Q,sf, gliff ,, V? QM 'V' 24 'axis' R I , ,fx Marvin Quinn -7, 4 i 1 Gloria Rigoli ,, ,- '- , , ,, f xp f 5, 'RTW Elise Rosenblum We , K Tom Russell ,pw we gf ,Q Zahrl Schocny fy, , I ' ay Mg y, Doris Poornian f Q V 1' 'NJ 1 , ' , Bertha Reynaga 5 M Wd' li' .V Q.f1,rg Q ie Keinh Rinchie lfsr'ls l V i. - W3 ,zz V R is i K, 1 Yvonne Roussard , , yu .X .fm Y f a F ua... ff!! 5 9 Irene Posner , 2 1 4 M.. M17 fkwf 'vw WU' Shirley Reynolds fmfwy "77'7 i . ,M Y I, 52.55. f f, f Z ya, ff Marian Robbins .rf ,rrki ' K' it A , K .Z LL gg , e , , I I -Iudy Rowe I K A 'lf Sharlcne Sack - .i hm., vi 41,5 1 .L Bernard Salafsky fl, xx Neal Scofield Bonnie Shea I' ., 1 EV' 4 J Edith Shcaffcr 1. ,V , if-not . ' ' ,4 xg. 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L.V,:,x ,,, - X X i.: A A , ggx V' fl r A l lolol r, I fwfr f l .4 mar' , -I o l H-2 jf A V Q of A H ,wi 1 l Stuart Wolgemuth -janet Wolford Louise Wong Anna 1 May N Vooml Charles Nloocls FX xx - A gf N . , A lx A . A b if 4 S W' '53, "Q,, ' Q. i V . k'.i 'L K' . X X , X , james VVoods Luline Wray Gloria Yohc Barbar H -S Qi, 1' , X our of-N '-'ag .M 5.7 l,VVL,, , if L, Mary Arm Young Pearline Zeiglcr I a jean rr Q Young Bcity Young Q3 'b 040 QW Square dancing at "Old Tucson ball i ca it V l X X , .,1,, . I i ,.,,f i f T j I i lub , .vfv 13' . "" . X, 1 'J i ' fxib? I JASON "RED" GREER 525 Coach : 5 40 Rated by virtually every coach in the know as the team headed for Class A laurels, the Badgers nevertheless started slowly and moved along even more slowly until with the return of halfback Craig Drachman, early-season absentee, they caught fire to end the season in a com- plete reversal of pace. Sporting two wins and a tie against three losses, the Badgers reeled off one of the most astounding upsets seen in recent years in Arizona prep football when they completely swamped the heavily-favored Phoenix Union Coyotes 39-0 in game No. 6. The well-balanced Badger forward wall finally found itself in the PU affair, along with the heralded Tucson running attack. A. V. Humphrys and Drachman spearheaded the attack which caught their opponents completely off guard. It was also in this game that jason QRedj Greer, Tucson mentor, switched the signal-calling duties from quarterback Bill Codd to half- back Humphrys. This proved to be one of the year's best strategical moves for Tucson as the Badgers boomed off yard- age in large chunks while coming down the stretch. The Badgers continued their winning ways for the remainder of the season as they downed Glendale, Douglas and Am- phitheater in swift succession. The season finale, the Tucson-Amphi tussle, established for coming seasons an annual Thanksgiving Day battle between the crosstown rivals. To review the season's opening, the Badgers tied a rough California aggrega- tion from Los Angeles' Roosevelt High 19-19-in the closing minutes of an excit- ing tilt, then jumped on victory's wings with a 32-6 stunning of the Bisbee Pumas in their second match. North Phoenix proved too much for the Badgers when they pounded the lo- cals 45-6 on the Tucson gridiron. The fol- lowing Friday, however, the red-and-white team ran over Yuma 33-13. The visiting St. Mary's Knights booted the THS eleven 21-0 to end on a sour note a three weeks' home stand for the Badgers, W V M? fl .. - -. . of Q. K ' f ax V4 1 - oo . f s, I if f . KEN PEARSON and HANK EGBERT Assistant Coaches Bert Kramer, Pete Meyer, Trainer Bailey, Billy Elias, Dave Perrin Managers tacklesg Alex Crutchfield and Bob Boyle, .,, ,tt f , , U 4 , . . I 2 . ' f , P 'W . a .lli ' H5 . ff ff - Fx' m t X 'LWL f , A -- ,,.' ' ' ' Q "hV L-- ",'h v,, V Z f Z . t if .- V, : VG I, ig , ,V F: 5 I A 1 , H- , i .. J ,Q .K 4 ZZ-eff:--1 YV f. X, it V 'f f .. 5 ww 1 - .Qff.3i?f11' - f ' - ff, .1-, X , 7 , it . ' , V .EZ W l : hvE3:i .,g,E ..,, 4 :lk...i,.. N it ye,-Z ...,V , I , A. I in. .. ,. J .4 5 -V rf, A A V .J :ki 4 V :TV if , i f: Q gt Q V, - V A , ,,,. , f V ' I .fs ' if 1. ,, Q 1 v . N .., 1 , ' .i L.. , P K .. Z.. 31 3' , I XZ ,gs V ,Q gg," " ""'kL' m"'Ah ',m., 1 ,. ' ,. - -f ' ' -Q if ' i - , ,, 1 at 1 sss. - ? e. P -f - Q- '- ' -- t l l . f n., 1 nj . fv f,f' ..--ii iif iisvi f '- ii ,,. I K 'Q .A - U l K ,.,ky K 0 5 U, is ..,. ,. .-.Q. V "," bf., ' "" V -- S . ' 1 X -- P Q s s s l . P I ,. 'fh' , . 3 M e . " , ,, My .gy y P t ,f -1: .F . ff- W.. , .AJ , f V ' 2 . .,, ,..w-my ' X . Pm 9 I f.'?'k V V f a ff :i v t 1 Varsity: Row l' VVagner, Richards, Ford, Crutchfield, Delfosse, Humphrys, Worthington. Sitz, james, .-Xmado. Row 2: Sillik. Cole, Boyle, Monier, French, Drachman, Bouschet, Creswell. YVade, Lopez. Row 3' Low, Snoddy, Smith, johnson, Delfs, Kavathas, Fineman, Irwin, McLain, Halverson, Elias. Row 4: Meyers, Egbert, Russell, Caid, Lopez, Codd, Vance, Snyder, Palomino, Mikell, Amelmg, Mr. Pearson. Row 5. Coach Greer, Perrin, Festin, Chapuis, Dotzenrod, Walker. Covert, Hon, liavara. Nlurguia. Mr. Bailey. Kramer. Tucson could do no better away from .X home whenbthey traveled to the Salt River Valley for a meeting with the eventual state champion, the Mesa jackrabbits. The Badgers sustained a 41-13 lacing for the season's second worst defeat. But for all these dark moments, Tucson redeemed themselves with their beforemen- tioned win over Phoenix Union and subse- quent games. The starting eleven for the Badgers during the major part of the season were Sam Kavathas and Larry Monier, endsg Charles Delfosse and Glen Bouschet, Meet you at the ne guards, Chuck Irwin, center: and Bill Worthington, Bill Codd, 1-Iumphrys and Drachman, backs. Such was the value of Draclnnan's punting and running that although he missed four of the first Badger games with a dislocated shoulder he still was placed at a starting halfback slot on the all-class A team. Delfosse rated second team tackle on the dream team for his play, and Boyle received honorable mention in the selec- tions. xt corner! 7 mag :jing ' 4 1 X 1 V. N qi' VV,-.5 'Z .V ' . f VN "i? f+:.,-QV " ' i "I1'.V..t , ,.., . V " , V. ff V 4 fy' , .r 'f. 3 ' ,1 I V 'A ff 'fa VV VP- V' QV Ve f V . - .X 'V' I V ,. f'V ' - V V V ' .' -.V - 45,1 1 ' V - ,QV-VV. -V 3.14 , V ' X ,.-,. 1 VV My r M - r l V KV VV V f ' , 1 4 V f VL Kg-,VI - 1 . . 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Aid V f V Charlie Delfosse Craig Drachnian Wiggie French A. V, Humphrys 1 H ' " '1M'?5V iff-.f ' TW R uf' ' 3 2 f 77793455 f y, V K V V I 4' V ,:- 'QV i2V'Mf-,.'-"arg-2 . 'W -' .. -K ,gVV ' if - f V' T ' fvVi+V1V ' ' V V or ' A 3 'Z IAV' fi "" ' ' V V V' V' VVVV ' VVVV ' N - ' Art Lopez Larry Monicr john Richards Bill Vlforthington Qlagw You've got to do more than just look at il! W 1 1 L r Allah! Bottoms up! "All hail to the Badgers Hail Tucson High! Oh, lift your .shield of might above you, Shout your battle cry!" x By hook or by crook, we've got him! 001,31 A -. A .. 1-gr. L A Cub Squad: Row l: Dishaw, Barrickman, Waddle. Connelly, Lee, Bowman, Owens, Flood, Nabours, Kimberlin, Castelan. Row 2: Markins, Kroeger, Simmons, Dickens, Brown, Scott, Huckaby, Matthews, Downs. Row 3: Mr. Friclena, Anderson, Faux, Orozco, Torres, Ganem. Barnhill, Davis, McDonnell, Durham, Mlashing- ton, Hfoods, Swain, Mr. Rickert. Row 4: Soto, Trillo, Ramirez, Guild. Quihuis, THS' sophomore football team com- pleted a successful season with a record of five wins, no losses and one tie. Although the system of play was new to the majority of the players, the Cubs progressed rapidly from the beginning of the season under the guidance of Head Coach Francis Rickert and his assistant, Tom Fridena. The season's curtain raiser with the Tucson Indian School ended in a 6-6 tie, but after that, the Cubs went on to scale the heights of victory over the Casa Grande V.'s, the Nogales J. V.'s, a double win over the Amphi Junior Varsity and a win f fm ,ozfa xi ? we-'M' l Q 4 MR. RICKERT Coach Edwards, Moody, Tanner, Elias, Hicks, Merritt. over the Indian School, which was sweet revenge after the first tie. The Cubs will present a galaxy of material to help Coach jason QRedj Greer build his team for the 1951 season. Head- ing this array of Cub stars will be its com- petent quarterback, Pat Flood. Pat was also partner in a very effective passing combination with Jim Markins. Another outstanding player in the backfield was Bob Nabours, whose line plunging- and broken field running made him the team's highest scorer. jim Kimberlin and Mark Owens also played important roles in their backfield positions. X ' if 1 , ff 2' f 4- , ,,,, . :-X, MR. FRIDENA Assistant Coach X' ,X Y 4 .. Q Q h ,. Na, , V-X .L 1 , n -4-,i ' 4 k f sg , fo 'A ,Q ' A ' V - Ol. 6 , : ii gf. -,f I 1' -4 Vilu Y g W '7 ' fr . w'E1'-33322, ,av .,,.. ,via fi, ff ,- -, -+- 461, 0 ' -15 334 0 J, K ' Sw., 173, .. f ,.., , ' OP V .LL,,L or x ,, 1,55 57 . .A VVIAL " -' if X wffiif --.,f'gf' 1. . ,, 'K K., 'ifligi z 2" ff? ff'7':7f',iiN ? 4: ,ff A V- -'- A 5 , V V Hif i, 3 m ' '-,, " m I H-' f 51 ' .T fil m' 'Lv' 1 '75 'A L1 5 ' f Wg X 'T 'm'h . J: X ' ' A' XE LVVL, A ,- Q48- 'N . 7 x. . v C50 ' V ' 9 Q06 ,xox ee 'Y' -".' 'zfi A nl ' KYXQEXOQS 'hqfMl:'iNf'z-4fv' f 1 ' if 9, cwsxaexeew- G0 O X90 H 'iv Oh, ya. don't say. ball , t.ili , 5755.1 Cf? 32: Ot f l ' ? ff FH M- . It ' l K ff 5 , , - "" f t X. , V 'rf L.. 5 , XA I I , 5 , 'L . '- 4 , 1 53 ff f'v, f . E' f ' ' it ...a tli. 2. 754 t-a. , - at NX BUD DOOLEN 0 Coach Previous to the start of the 1950-51 cage season, the general consensus of the experts was that Tucson, Phoenix Union and Mesa were the teams to watch for season-finale honors. Probably the prog- nosticators were never more right. Phoenix Union led the Class A pack to the finish, with Tucson High close be- hind. But then the news came! Because Phoenix Union had used an ineligible player in some of its games, Tucson was elevated to the No. l spot in league stand- ings, followed by Mesa. The jumbling of team positions threw more emphasis on the post-season Class A basketball tourney with Mesa copping tournament laurels by downing Phoenix Union, previous victor over Tucson in the semi-finals. The Badgers lost only 4 out of 20 of their regular-season games. Two of their wins over Mesa, winner of the tournament, proved how closely bunched the top cage teams were. Tucson Coach B. C. "Bud" Doolen introduced a rather novel system into his early-season games with his two-platoon system. Fairly strong in reserves, Doolen produced one combine built on speed and aggressiveness, while the other was more deliberate and set in styles of play. I Jim Thompson, Daniel Valdenegro, Dale Managers I'arsz'ty: Row 1: Lockhart, Lindsay, C. Oden, Hlerstler. Brown, Wood, Toile. Row 2: Rauh, Haymore, XVilson, Murphy, Burton, B. Oden, Tellez, Goodman. Row 3: Coach Doolen, Valdenegro, Hale, Chapel, Silverherg, Lewis, Thompson. Three Tucson cagers won honors for their play during the 1951 season. Sopho- more Johnny Burton was selected as a member of the first team all-tournament squad, Charley Oden and Rov Brown "The foe may be strong, yet vietory shall be won, If every loyal Badger will but carry on."' were both picked to represent Tucson High in the all-star games this summer. These three plus Frank Lockhart and Johnny Werstler made up THS' first team. Stop gawking, do something! I Let him aloneg he's got the ball! "Carry on Badgers loyal, carry on! Carry on Badgers loyal, carry on! Hearts so true Now carry, carry on." E Looks easy when he does it! Hey, don't hold your own man! l l 1 o Q 1 llo o ,.., M ff ' L' L ' i 2 Roy Brown Vw Bill Oden d d if? "'z if 1 7f'fQ 5 , , 1 o f i ili y Howard Wilson lll m o , il of, 'z he H 1 o,,, ' f fm ' A 1+ 5' X n 3 .I I M. .3 , rf 1.1y:i:,., Gx Q . . ' 'L x XY 1 fi l H 1 . 3 Q Q vgg, 4 3 A fm , , QM, r 'W in , "VL-Lffjf' ' if T' ffdix f ' A ,fig if - .,, If' :Q ' IH' qrq, --P Q , . , L. vw fi X X 1 .5 , ,. ,, Y is ',,. . V . ge 'Lf 7 ol" ffffsi i j ' d ' S575 l l 3. 1 .- f, 9:5241 .I J X Johnny Burton jim Lindsey Frank Lockharu. Q X' 'lbc 'MJ' fix if o J lolo,l it Q, A 0 .,., I - Q n K . ' rf' V, Vi n h r . f I K v F, ll' X! lol P ZAA Charlie Oden jerry Tolle John Werstler Dick Wood Line up boys, we're playing "London Bridge" C1111 Basketball: Row l: Adamson, l'Vilson, Flood, Quinn. Price. Hopkins. X'Vestmoreland. Row 2: Mr. Mlhite, Beavers, Kinerk, Boschian, Baldwin, Oliver, Adams, Grant. Row 3: Davis, Dinwiddie, Haynes. The THS 1950-'51 pack of basketball "cubs", with an array of talent that should help Bud Doolen form his. Badger quint next year, finished this season's schedule with a win-loss record of ll-4 respectively. Such a tabulation is enviable, for these boys, playing their first season of high school ball as sophomores, had to face opponents with two or three years of bask- etball experience. Outstanding wins included the .cubs l-point victory over Phoenix Union's -lun- ior Varsity Club at Phoenix. In this thrill- er the cubs trailed by 12 points at the mid-way intermission and 6 going into the final quarter, before going on to eke out their narrow margin of victory. Another important triumph fell to the cubs at the expense of the Phoenix Tech J. V. quint 1 i Z fain-w Q ff , M f If X 3 , 1427 as ' V A sww V '.-' , fi ' ws -4. 'fs,:ff.-- f K MR. WHITE Coach here. This victory was especially gratify- ing because the Phoenix Techers had pre- viously been undefeated and had, moreover, a win over THS cubs on the positive side of their ledger. Marvin Quinn, the tallest man on the squad and first team center, led the scor- ing parade at the end ol' the season. Quinn's ability to hit from close in or at a distance with either hand, plus outstand- ing ability at the free throw, gave him the above-mentioned honor. Other high scor- ers included Louie Hopkins, Arthur QToodyj Price and Napoleon VVilson. Russ Davis, although erratic, was another good scorer. Keen rivalry and many equally talented players made V. Coach jim White's "Cubs" one of the best groups in the state. , A' 1, I 3'-Y f . 4, . A Kyo H X fy., 10,6 X ., 1' - 11 'Q .QxX ' 5 -t , , KW: xxx - to . W 'Q wi- fhrcc minds with but a single thought. W NS yy? 6 S .590 G 9 Xi. e, WA say hah ball f ll XE ia fxg NQ,1f glllll wi fl? XQ' X! . LUX HANK SLAGLE lg XQXQ 4' Coach ,Q THS, state champs of last year, had again a baseball aggregation capable ol' capturing the state crown, although the ly l baseball season had barely begun when Qhji 'lnl a qA g in il , ' ' t . l, ff iff.. 'fl. i , at f s 4 the TULSONIAN went to press. A,Qb' U ,f , . . . fm armaa Coach Hank Slagle Qin his tenth year ,ge f.tft'z..a',,,.r'+gg . . . . aara ' ol coaching at Tucson Highj was once f xy again able to build a team of men qU21lllV- - - - ' f-r ,. ,,.,, s'l"a ,- .'-'f '. E ing as the most lornudable opponent to any horseluders in the state. Slagles Ka 'ff - ' - l fs , ..fr. .r si great generalship, well represented by lns r'ral is ly ' ' tC2llll,S records, has ranked him among the best prep coaches in the state. This year the ol' capable men. Badgers fielded an array Considering the line-up, one must start at the catching position where Glen Festin, Dick Manzo and Dick Torres fwho was injured early in the sea- sonj shared responsibilities. At first base Russ Gragg predoininated. Russ, co-cap- tain of the Badgers, was a heavy-hitting, dangerous, clutch hitter. Arnoldlilias held the keystone in a position familiar to him through three years of high school ball. Alex fChanoj Valdez, a dependable man in all situations, handled the shortstop chores. Clutch-hitter Bill Codd alternated with Calistro Felix at the hot third-base corner. Out in the right pasture we found constantly dependable clean-up man Bill Worthington, whose specialties were long-distance clouting and reliable field- ing. Over in center field Art QTuttil Lo- pez, the other half of the co-captaincy, was fContinued Page H55 You're out!! 12 . ',f,f"+ ,,,,,, .,.,,, ,,-,'f,'7p ,:-'Q 'T "Mg -,,.....-....,,-az gg Vk,, g it U WT H f sf 7 .ff at aa: W 2. V iff ff- ., 2, 'A CQ" 75 wi V l -M I f: 1: ,, mlm' 7.1, V kim 4. ,: -ul K. nv f sp fi: " f ,,,,,.,,. 1 If 5 4751 Xia. ww .M ' -W' if I g Q ,ff g 'Wt,fE,' ' ,. , ' ' y , li, X, V? 5 , N mi' 'Q ,' Q7 - -- .ff i . 1- - , -' .-. Q ., A "" " I f , Nb- t .f .W , .. ,Wy ,ray , .n t , "" ' ' f? ,Qf QL , V gl Wk A ,WW i,r,N,, My fx .53 LV,-X, , . . ' , 2 . 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Along with the players mentioned, Coach Slagle has gone along in most games this year with the following five pitchers: Glen Bouschet, controlled speed pitcherg George Smith, junior hurlerg Al fCordoj Gallego, speed ball artistg Fred Valles, whose curve was his greatest asset, and finally southpaw Jerry Tolle, basketball and baseball letterman, who was able to come through at opportune times. These players, coupled with fair depth in reserves, made up Tucson High's baseball team. This year's Badgers with a steady year at the plate and infield, have given us plenty of thrills with fielding finesse, capable stick-work and clever pitching. strength What's the rush, there's no one there! we W M wahmwwwwmmwlw Z? W 2 , , W , , s s s is s , , ,g'.,,,,,.,..,,2.-.,,.t ,.,, W, ....,.. f'Z..aEQ,.?,,. We ,,,, ,m,, , , ., .,i,,, . iff ? t 'sea K ,..1aga.Mk+r' f Vfvw- 31 "N- ' '-V- -1'?f - 'Il 7,2 , , If M? " V " M' in 1 ii Vl mwi A JZV , fa f""eM f ' 'N V 'Q 'LW' , . W ,,.,.,, - ,,.,L K f l. tear., 19 J V F I 'Q "A ' W A M. ,. f.,f I i ,.f. ,, sh , ruff.. lr -wg I Vw!-'I L Ek 9. l V Ai ry? f, -Q ,, , B QC Sf" g 4-fm 4 , 'lS'yi,, Q ,,fa,QwllP 3. 2w-mf Qi ' r it C is '4'6Q' r FT pw rHEigQ?w , fe A 'ss'e lf? 35 ' QQ Q lla 129 Q frl. MA FAV- 5 CVL V k l ..,V . I '-'., 9 .,,'- I If A . xx I 3 .f .0 Q s U9 S as 2 Sa r fy V .V , . r , ' i 1 ' 4, ' lg .Q f' 1 ',,, , r f 1536535 339505 05 50 4913 ' if .4k "1. Eff? V 1' , K r we s :fll:2ia.... Wf, . bw. f J 'ui as Cub Baseball: Row l: B. Oden, Favara. Barickman, Flood, Swain, Kimberlin, Miller. Row 2: Ellis, Steadman. Shriver, Goode, Tornquist, Foust, Spross. Row 3: Woods, Edwards, Leal, Coleman, Kinerk, Scott, Aguirre, Mr. Bailey. Row 4: Orozco, Quihuis. Valencia, Torres, Dinwiddie, Ramos, Parton. THS' baseball representatives from the sophomore class, the 1951 "Cubs", showed, as far as this season had pro- gressed, a year of much promise. "The "yearlings" under the leadership of Ted Bailey shaped up with ample power at the plate, fielding finesse and a general "savvy" of the game. Although all of the boys were in their first year of high school ball, many of them had some experience on the sandlots while in junior high. The Cubs had an outfield of long ball hitters including Bill Oden, joel Favara and Chuck Barrickman. Holding the sack 544' " ff f ' fi aaa, I. ,Z . ,Z X. Y M VM!! '24 .,,f,3:. ' w 2 ,iag ffd ,f , fo 2 '1' ,ZZ ., ., , , ,. mf ' Mfr , Q, N f ' 2 ff 4 , , X MR. 1iAiLEY Coach at first was all-round athlete Pat Flood, who, although he began late, was still able to hold down a first-string slot. At second base Don QSwamij Swain cavorted. This little package was as ex- plosive on line-drive hits as he was a sure fielding player. At the hot corner another comparatively small man predominated. Don Miller could be counted on to come up with that crack play or hit at the plate. "Mr, In-between", Eddie Torres, was at the shortstop position and came, through- out the early part of the season, to gain his place. Eddie, who had quite a bit of experience on sandlots, hit from the port- side of the plate. As for pitchers, the team was almost over-stocked with nine capable ones in- cluding Fernie Valencia, Bill Steadman, Bert Kinerk, Tom Dinwiddie, Danny Leal, Toni Scott, Carroll Coleman, joe Edwards and Tommy Foust. These boys could go at long way in solving Badger Coach Hank Slagle's pitching worries during the next two seasons. On the receiving end of the batters' problem Henry Ramos and jimmy Woods shared duties. " sf? f ---' A T f f- r rrr . . - 14 wg, r ' Chm m, shoulders hack! 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VAN HoRNE IM, Og . ,,,, Coach ' Track practice at THS began last Janu- ary, with all eyes focused hopefully on re- capturing the state championship. A solid base of proven point winners was strength- cyy,c4i. W ened by a substantial number of promising new performers. awww fftf Flexing their muscles for the first time, "Doc" Van Horne's men captured second place in the Mesa Invitational Track and Field Meet. Final outcome of the Meet was in doubt until the last event, the 880- yard relay. North Phoenix outran Tucson and insured their victory of the 4-way Meet with 45 3f4 points. Tucson was close behind with 40 3X4 points, followed by Phoenix Union and Mesa with 35 lf4 and 20 lf4 points respectively. In this meet, Badger star Alfonso Harris broke the meet Back fmm 3 Stroll around the track! record with a time of 0251.7 in the 440 and tied another record in the l00iyard dash Vp, . W vvlth 3 Slzzllng rccond run. .1 . . V V Qf .,,,.., . .,.. 1 .f ..:. ..,,. 'V A week later the Badger thinclads 1 -We I journeyed to Casa Grande for a triangular A A s- meet with the Cougars and the North Phoenix Mustangs. Upsetting the North winning leap in the broad jump was one of the highlights of the victory. Doran Porter's pole vault of ll feet 3 inches was fx also noteworthy. Harris won the 440 and 220 and outran Casa Grandes favored john- ny Morgan to win another 5 points in the 100-yard dash. Ted Perry, Bill Anderson, Don Traub Managers High 52 U3 to 48 1116, Richard Ford's as .A i ' " r . , fn Row tl: Xlnrplmy. I,ockl1arl-. Porter. lford. Xmaflo. Harris. Nlclxer. Draclnnan. hl0lllLT Sxkrlson Bow- ..: lcrry. hlolsclaw. Ircrgnson. l-unk. Preston, Huckahy. Calhoun. Sill. .Xnklznn B Hoo s lracclo. XX alker. I ranh. Row fl: Nlickcll. Milligan, Vance. Ifnlton. Coxert, XVilson. Irwin, Gralialn. Cihapnis. Iish Yun Horne. Row 4: Nlr. Bell. tim-mi,-lm.-I xv.l.....rQ I7 uwmfh Nfnmlw. Hunts. Barber, ,Xmelin Koruni Lopez. The next encounter of the Badgers was a dual meet with Mesa at the Cherry Street oval, in which the Tucson men thumped Mesa 80 to 33. Harris won with his 3 sprints, and Larry Monier captured both hurdle events. Thrilling the crowd Frank Lockhart soared within an inch of 6 feet in a splendid exhibition of high-jump ing. No mercy was shown by the Badger trackmen in the dual meet with cross-town rival Amphitheatre. Through their con- sistent performance the Badgers rolled up a total of ll first and 9 second places for a resounding victory of 90 2X3 to 22 lf3. High point men for Tucson were Harris with 15, Porter with 12 and Monier with I0 markers. Doran Porter and Alfonso Harris each scored 15 points the next weekend to pace the Badgers to a surprisingly easy victory over the University of Arizona Freshmen and Amphitheatre Panthers at the THS field. 'C "'2:w f- '. i ,... . ...ff ., . , . . ,,, gg y Q K iv , ,,,.. .,..., , ff'-'mga 'A 4. mmiwi fm' WMU? ,www ,Ey es ,.: V f-V VJ .,f 1 f f? 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N l W f"T"M"" "XX ' - '-" M -.- .. ,, n V, il M1 " T f'Wrr'M-We-e---- ,fs A,MK ,-...W.,,,,f..,,.....,'g--,,T'fif5f k A' f - ,Q 'V' ' - -5 - - Vg Q32 V -,Wai -W .s ,,,,,, ,Ji i 5 'tgzrr . -f .' ii x'A' """""" .. ,... ,, L,.,, A m5411 353-'32NifvKb3N'0hm'.e.7Q 'K' """A- - , ,Qs Us -H s is - l ri .s imp . ,Hx f.5fglx,i.1 I -t 1 . is sv.: ru xi , f wi fi Row I: Scofield. Laos, Buckles. Nevins. lfanx, Xlacfiourtney. Hllflxlllll. Walters. Row 2: Nlrlice. Hobbs, Sulafsky. Caldwell. Kroeger. Lopez, Buffert. Nlr. Brooks. Row 3: Kershner. Myers. Gifforcls. Barnhill, Gelderman, C. Woods. Hicks. Waclrlie. Row 4: lfineman, Bacal. Hill. Hammond. Carrell, Carr. Anklznn. Nlerriil. The Badger Cubs, coached by Elbert Brooks, opened their season here in the Tucson Relays. Competing against var- sity squads of 6 southern Arizona high schools, the Cubs placed a healthy third behind the Casa Grande and Amphitheatre varsities. Two weeks later, the Cubs over- powered the Tucson Indian School 74 2X3 to 38 lf3 in a dual meet on home grounds. yii,yliy y l, I ell. i s.-' f , V, ,.1,, ' !."i, tfl" A if I I ' K 2- .1 MR. BROOKS Coach Dual meets were held later in the season with Benson varsity and the North Phoe- nix and Phoenix Union junior-varsity squads. Outstanding performers for the Cubs were high jumper Ben Barber and half- milers Bob Nabours and John Carmichael, all of whom later advanced to the varsity. Also valuable were milers Pat McCourtney and Ted McKeeg 440-men George. Cald- well, George Meyers and Ed Faux, sprint- ers Bob Alter, Bill Kordsiemon, Al Lopez, Bob Buckles and Myrel Hobbs, hurdlers Bill Carrell and john Carr, jumper john Hillg shot putter Ed Finernang and discus thrower-pole vaulter Charles Woods. TENNIS an , m wjflgf D1 Jurv o E: NIE' .f V QI Q X ' 7 bhz l A, ' M t . XX, 4.w.S ' 359 F ' , Z Q" Q' f T fx Qi 1, Q MR. DUFFEN Coach 2 2 Continuing as one of the top tennis teams in the state, THS indicated from the outset of the season that it would fin- ish either as champ or runner-up. Of the nine players, the four boys holding top positions were Neal Kurn, Paul Diehl, Bob Diehl, and Bob Pesquiera. These four net stars were so close in com- petition that no one player could be singled it . out as high man. Aw rw, Couldn't have done better mself Row 1: Kurn, B. Diehl, Pesqueira, P. Diehl. Row 2: Clawson, Wohlgemuth, Bizik, D. Diehl, Volk. K 11, f W, -3. if af 'Ss ,sz X .,,kv,. , f j .Q W A A i fi ,ff David Diehl Bob Diehl B ,, 5ff'i'?'V D i Q K ' ":, ,. if 'f gilzi' f .. s to ' B B wi , 'V ,, Paul Diehl Neal Kurn Bob Pesqueira I ,f4 X . Mi 7' ,:, Y Slow motion! As in the preceding year, the team boasted a family affair. Besides twins Bob and David Diehl, their brother Paul was on hand to complete the "dangerous" trio. With Mesa offering the greatest com- petition, the Badgers held their own by standing up to all other Arizona schools. For the third year the team was coach- ed by William Duffen, who provided the spark which spurred them on to victories and to the prominent place they now oc- cupy on the ladder of tennis prestige. GOLF .v' 7 KX I, W f f A ' X T If , f- f H , I ' L ,ta 'Q' I y . . f o f"'f' I fs Qs PV, it if A , f, ,, - N32 15 'KX " 5997? P""' 20 qliztf X xt my :L'Q'.,4 Vx , ' ., . ',0',Q1 5 1 ' f , 00' H it 5 I , ., N .gli A K M p 1 , X l ii: - 4 f .VY my V 'iyi' -V M, I X X 0 , ,fwkfx A 6:h ' " 9 4 N. lf' 7 ', . is in . J MR. BLACK ' Coach Fare, birdie, bogie, par, chip - sound like a new language class to you? It's THS' golf team discussing their daily practices. Hard at work from 3:00 to 6:00 during the Spring semester at El Rio Country Club, the boys substitute this major sport from all its opponents but lost a match play game to West Phoenix. A very satis- fying victory was their win over the Uni- versity of Arizona varsity squad. Jim Warren is defending State Champ- ion and THS is defending Medal Play for 3 regular 19.15, Perigd. Champion in this year's 36-hole University Under the Coaching of ,ML James of Arizona State Championships. Black, me team Captllred medal Play games Members of the team are chosen from Row 1: Ramirez, WVarren, Slutes. . Row 2: Mr. Black. Brown, Braddock, Bustamante, Medina. Ramos. 4 f JK f.-' . 'V ,a fix I 535' tt if if Q Q john Conrad Neil Browpn the -winners of qualifying matches held each year at the encl of the first semester. Eleven members were on the team captain- etl this year by Bob Ramirez. Because of the COIllIJllC2lfCll job of figuring scores, aver- ages and standings, a new office of secretary was established and filled by Neil Brown. 'lim YVarren, jack Conrad, Bob Ramirel, Neil Brown, Tom Slntes, Henry Medina and Gilbert Bustamante were t'ol1sihlt'n'l the best players. Six golfers glwatlv mil' this term, 5 of whom were on the li' f ttf us. 'svn-. ofuavvfk ,V ei . , ,ww- U ra e a gmm A A frar formal? ,ilf A' e. 3""' i 3 w eff.. f Roy Haskell Tom Slutes ' mf Jim Warren What form! 'Peeing off .... Fl S GH Letter Club M R. EGBERT A dvisor Big, broad shoulders . . . Plenty of muscle . . . Abundant school spirit . . . YVhile these aren't requirements for mem- bership in the Letterman's Club, they sure- ly are identifying marks for its members. For positive identification, each club mem- ber has the familiar red sweater with a large, red chenille "T" on the side. Presided over by Frank Lockhart, with Richard Ford as Secretary, the club started the year in a festive mood with an informal dance at Rancho Barra Nada to get its members acquainted. This group of husky boys staged one of the most successful dances of the year with their 4'All'Sports Dance" in February. Xjjrft, sf if K- 0 K m e xgjgvlx- fist, A i. if ,- A The gay affair boasted sports silhouettes and dummies of baseball and football play- ers. Responsible for these sparkling deco- rations, which also included red and white banners, was Vice-president Bill Worth- ington. , Shifting into high gear, the Lettermen held a final initiation in May, admitting more members who were active in sports. The purpose of the Club is to promote ath- letics and good sportsmanship in the school. With Henry Egbert as advisor, the or- ganization was one of the school's busiest clubs in l950-51, with a full agenda and more than fifty athletes to its credit. e ' t i t Q Q , r , . ' 5 , , .4..,f,,M .1 My titl XR Row l: Monier, Amatlo. Ford. Valles, Wagner. NVadc. Codd. Torres. Wood. Row 2: Abbott, Harris. McLain. Halverson, Irwin. Favara. Ameling, Gragg. Bailes, Law, Delfosse. V G l n. Sitl, Mclver. Brown, Richards. Anderson, Valdenegro, Row 3: Murguia, Whiting, ra ia: Myers. Lopet. Warren. A if C5 Tennb MISS HENRY v Coach Completing one of the most successful seasons in many years, the girls compos- ing the tennis team have climbed rapidly up the ladder. The tennis ladder de- termines the position of the girls competing for the top five rungs on the ladder. These five make up the girls' tennis team, and the top ten, the advanced tennis class. In this class, under the guidance of Miss Sally Henry, the girls learn the funda- mental strokes of tennis besides playing practice matches with one another. by ,? ,if 'se I i' gil -fwv X-illx of ,Xi 1 ' S fa 0 X5 NX X 5 4 Ugg' y 2 Agp " ri" Q ,, t lm t ,ff X' Q ,, iff' 22,4 1 ,527 f, is W 4 ty 1, 1, -626 W , :V , 't 4, ,.,,,,' Qty? A 1 I , 'L ,"-f Q, , W ,V fswfmf ' ' The hack o' mc hand t' ye 'I'f'r1 rn: Row I: Seal. lurpen, Nlechun. Howsarc. Harsh. Row 2: Simdt, Ryder. Nlzittcson. lilllllllllglf. Perry. llayer. ff' - 3,1 4f-fm,-sf f4fQ92fW2'MgZ -f ww Va-M , in -' -1 ,, fy , V f 7 fi 'X f 4 M' 5 51 ,, I Virginia Marsh Ma ry Lee iMeehan if - N. Terry Talmage Pat Turpen Vivian Seal A minimum of one match a week must be turned in by each girl. In ad- dition to these "ladder" matches, the team also competes with other Arizona high schools. This year's schedule included Mesa, North Phoenix, West Phoenix and Yuma. Such tournaments as the Arizona Closed in Tempe, the Southwestern in Phoe- nix and the Arizona Open in Tucson give the girls a chance for individual honors in intrastate and southwestern competition. University Week is the final event in which they take part, with several girls from each high school in the state vieing for top honors. Z f P ff rt s T S use z ts S fs,f,:4:i'4w,' . ' ,' J , I I I aww , 4 V,V, M I Reach for the sky, gal! H " Club L J .L te- y ,1 . " i ' y Ai, i 'S e '1"'1'w- in Ti ,i " , Q Q f - , A y L I ,4 , , - ' , ' Xt ,c Q , 1 .,g.,A ,. H 4 X., , Q ,. scidtlt -'-' L, 1. Jr' Q, y Q , y - f ww'- K fwifli , i - 1 QQ- :QQ 04.2 -v x 'f XX i .umm . .N . :Eggs tl: u i W I mwxgmvxgw J M K K . ,gg 2 1. , .-, ' . 4 A y..:g.i '--f 5 ' Q-,. -. Sally Sancet. Secretary: Kay Tolson. President: Norma Endres. Treasurer. No longer must you have the once- thought-of "typical athletic figure" to be a member of the Girl's "T" Club. For, as was evident this year, many of THS' most shapely girls were members of this club. As in the past, the Big "T"-Club event was the Thanksgiving basketball game. Admission to this event was an item of food, the total collection of which was given to a needy family. Picnics, hayrides and initiations at Tucson Mountain Park were a few of the other functions this year. Differing from the similar organiza- tion, the Letterman's Club, the girls are striving for a more feminine athletic or- ganization. A few of their objectives for this year were to develop leadership and to gain knowledge in physical education work. The club's purpose was centered about promoting good sportsmanship and work- ing with other girls. 9 y ,,X c , 0 ' x G w D x X I' Xvg l 'Ts ' X - bww '- ,g Q Q . gv egtgi f Y? j - if l'm glad to see youg gimme the hall! Row l: Tolson, Herstine, Cortner, Reyes, Edgar, Endres, Perry, Dinkmeyer. Row 2: Sancet, Goddard, Denny, jontig, Willar Geisel, Palser, Sinclair. Row 3: Beaham, Sewell, Read, Smith, Bayer, Burr, Bagshaw. ff-qii.. H 1 Q vf'z'i5"i7' f , . ' is QQ' A 4 Row l: Tolson, Mailloux, Cortner, Reyes. Burr. Bayer. Beaham. Row 2: Goddard, Denny. l'erry,Stephens, Willar, Geisel, Duffel. Row 3: Glickman, Aros. Read, Smith, lindres. Long, Edgar. Row 4: Sancet, Sewell. Guerrero, Tourigny. Herstine. Schultz. Lieberman. I Sl I-I Numerous sporting opportunities were afforded to interested girls through the Girls' Athletic Association sponsored by the Physical Education Department. One hundred active members kept the GAA at a fast pace throughout the school year. The organization helped girls de- velop and improve their skill in such sports as hockey, handball, golf, basketball, baseball, archery and swimming. The GAA's big social event ol the year, the annual banquet was well attend- ed, a typical situation when lood is both plentiful and delicious! Giving experience to girls in assist- ing with class work and co-operating with other groups for the betterment of the school, GSL members took care of lost locks and gym clothes, checked towels and kept track of equipment. Each member had to have good grades in all classes as well as a "2" average in P.Ii. Interest in extra-curricular sports was also required. A picnic in January and another in the spring gave the girls time lor recreation and food and also a chance to become bet- ter acquainted with each other. Q ,,,. Roytr lg lindres. Dinkmeycr. Burr. Moore. liagshaw. Hawk. Sancet. R Row 2: Freudenthal, Perry. Reyes, Iidgar. Long, Curtis. AI. Smith. lfitluck. 'lolson. Row 3: Obregon. Hollander.. Hanson. Clortner. Bieselueycr, Sheaffcr. 'l IIOIIIIJSOU, Herreras. Ehnert, Shultz. Row 4: Kalal, Read, joan Smith. Cohen. Tourigny, XVillar. Denny. Goddard. Herstine. liwing, Packard. ,i if Irztralnurul Board: Row l: Ferguson, Confer, Becker. Row 2: Abbott, Whiting. Crose. Intramural Sports "Hey, Jake, are you going out for varsity football this year?" "Naw, I just haven't got time. But I am going to play intramural football!" It was for this boy and many other boys and girls at THS, who for some reason couldn't participate in varsity sports, that the intramural sports program was inaugu- rated. There was almost no end to the array of sports offered to boys: football in the fallg basketball, winter! swimming and ten- nis, summerg plus all year 'rounders such as wrestling, boxing and other minor sports. Although the girls didn't go in for such strenuous sports as football, they played ping-pong, horseshoes, volleyball, tennis, and when the weather was warm, swim- ming became a favorite. But "when a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love" - and girls - volleyball, swimming, tennis and ping-pong were offered as double mixed sports. Here the boys had an opportunity to display their powers, and the girls, although skill- ed sportswise, surely didn't use all their charms and skill strictly on volleyball!!! In the fall the sophomore, junior and senior boys battled feverishly on behalf of their own classes in the Intra-Class Track Meet. Competition ran high, and many outstanding track "hopefuls" made their debut. A trophy was awarded to the vic- torious class at the track meet, and trophies were also given to the boy and girl earn- ing the greatest number of points, based on actual sports participation throughout the entire year. The six boys and girls who comprised the Intramural Board, along with spon- sors Gayle Bell and Opal Bane, were the "Big Chiefs" of the whole intramural pro- gram, making decisions, planning activi- ties and keeping the records up to date. Stop, Look and shoot. A 1 A u K v Q Q rg, uv use 5. 9 ,Li f 1 -., 1 ? VW W 5 NIH!! If-...A---......,,, .M W-37-....,.,-N .-.. W :-s-..,,..- --Q., ,, M35--.... ...M n, at eyv, K1 " uu- W 1 1 , 5. !" ,mum 'f , ' I XJ 2 1 'Kvv .wg 4K g .Q - y fy P, if.. 'E 'lilligg 1-W 'iinsgw .f bx -149 2 Cf? 2 411' 'lf I J' 'J Affff Our Gal Sal", Rodeo Queen ,ff 40 if f gg O0 oe 'D1 Contestants: i v Row l: LaBeau, Martyn. Wade. Cox. Row 2: French. Stofft, Sancet, Schell, Sasse, Bagshaw. Rodeo "Ride 'e1n, Cowboy!" Rodeo season is here again! For the past 26 years Tucson has been host to the "Fiesta de los Va- queros" - the Festival of the Cowboys. The rodeo draws world-famous riders and personalities from all parts of the country, including this year Arizona's Governor Howard Pyleg Ignacio Soto, Governor of Sonora, Mexico, and Hopalong Cassidy, the idol of children everywhere. The parade which opens the annual cele- bration began when the rodeo contestants used to ride through town giving the citi- zens an idea of what was to come. A few years after the first ffFiesta", the parade was officially inaugurated. This parade is the only one in the, world in which motor- powered vehicles are not allowed to enter. Everyone "goes western" during rodeo week. At THs, in keeping with the festival spirit, the girls wear levis and frontier pantsg the boys, their gaudiest western shirts. Tucson High's parade entry is a rodeo queen .chosen from the student body in a contest sponsored annually by the CAC- TUS CHRONICLE. This is the twelfth year that THS has been electing a rodeo queen. The idea originated as a popularity contest with the privilege of riding in the parade as one of the queen's prizes. This year's entry included Rodeo Queen Sally Sancet and her four attendants, Yvonne Wade, Tissie French, Kate Sasse and Teta Martyn. Short brown hair, a pair of blue eyes that always have a mischievous twinkle in them, and a very contagious laugh, describe Sally. Active in G.S.L. and G.A.A., she plans a future in physical education. Girls' Social Hour, Terpsichoros, Songleading and man- aging production for THE TUCSONIAN are just a few of her many activities. Although the "Fiesta de los Vaquerosu lasts only four days, everyone has stored away enough memories of the parade, the queen and the rodeo to last them until another Fiesta time rolls around. 155 Z J aj A W A lbw PNN S gi if Xin' H l ,.. sdsia- Y N . X, f .,: , , jf ' 'w'wM5,,y 'K g n '31 .' T'?"Fi? f?tw'w2' 5. A, Q vfulfkzmafsfa NM' Saquaro National Monument KEN KE M MERIES Photographer TUCS , MARY JANE WESTMO-RELAND Su bscription Manager It takes a year to build a year book and a devoted staff to do it well. This volume began 'way back in May, 1950, when Mrs. Mallis, advisor, and staff heads Kathy Stofft, Sally San- cet and Mary Golberg first sat down to plan the book, page by page, and set up the original dummy. VVith that dummy as a guide, photo- graphers Ken Kemmeries and Dale Funk swung into action, getting the "shots" we all want to remember. Working with the writers, typing staff, directed by Mary Louise Gump, solved the puzzles in many hand-written master- pieces and converted them into legible copy for the printer. Art editor, Barbara Bergquist, and her assistants conspired to carry the 'Old Pueblo' theme through the book with cartoons. KATHY STOFFT Editor df?"f SHIRLEY GUND1 1 Advertising Manager MRS. MALLIS A dvisor A ' is 'N--? , A , L- DALE FU N K Photographer SALLY SANCET Production Manager 'Z W. f ai K . BEVERLY PERKINS Advertising Manager MR. GOLDSTEIN Photography A dzfisor MARY GOLBERG Editorial Assistant Finally, the production staff headed by Sally Sancet took over the major task of assembling everything for the printers, beginning with the gooey job of pasting up the panels of pictures and including emergency "retakes" on photos when an over-eager worker snipped an ear or more from a student's portrait. The Tucsonian would not have ap- peared without cooperation from ad- vertisers, and there would have been few of those were it not for the intensive work and solicitation of the advertising staff headed by co-managers Shirley Con- dit and Beverly Perkins. Then, and only then, could printing commence, the necessary proof-reading be done, and the binding accomplish- ed - all in time for distribution before the school year ended. fn- , V f i 71. I 4,3 -f V, , , V i Vf,-, f,,V .A , 1: A ", 'Z ,M J " I H-.ai ' E ff fl ' ,, ' f f jzfxg ff? f A JZ a fi 'J 4-4 I 2- Qfiiw- 1 4 .V U , W, V .S 4 ,O ff C , 77, 9 5 .Q ,W , .,. 'ffu..,, . 1 -W" ff, " 6 'cf ' -.'4:'b'r7'W .- v0 if f A W f- 4 f .., ' ' BARBARA BERGQUIST Art Editor Writing Staff: Row 1: Handmaker, Golberg, Hall. Row 2: Robles, Dickey, Hubbard. Row 2 Leatherman, Underwood . , 7' -. 7 ,ff 1 2: n ,we 'Mm' .,y, Q, ,,, ff Art Staff: low. Row 1: WCIIZCI Dahlquxst, NlCh0lS, Whlte, Dens 0- Rlqlmn Innnnn Renflev Hall w,w-Wx .g,. if Staff: Row l: Ballard, Mangels, Cooper, Perk- ins. Row 2: Condil, Eleanor XValker, Hanson, Evelyn Walker. fl 7ij'I1l'.Sf.YZ Row l: Dinwiclclie, l'iLluck, Schell, Reyes Bartel. Row 2: Tweeclle, Lee, Harvey, Gilbert. 16, ,Q 'LC .fa 1 cry f - ,,,x - , , Szlbsrrijjlimz Staff: Row l: Langer, Lyerly, jontig. Turner. Row 2: Nlchols, Armstrong, Lewis, Leong. Row 3: Milligan, Bamhauer, Lehan. . l4l V -ff:-2 we V " L fi fraxziaiazz. f ',,,,, f ,522-24Q j32'y" ?b Ye . X OOXJ 061 VIV' 0 Mu l4 of L .-Sw f" ' Adiwfh U K .g iifif X ff 6 2 MISS MARTIN Advisor QW Nl B-Q7bUU0n D tslfl Ygrnfl I-be HRD DICK ANKLAM Editor Cries of "Look whose picture is in the Chronicle!" have been heard through THS' halls for 32 years. It is one of the few items that haven't risen in price on today's inflated market! Where else could you find so much news and humor for an activity ticket or a nickel? From the beginning, staff members settled down for a long hard year of copy, galley proofs and dummies in the never- ending struggle against deadlines. Ad- vertising salesmen haunted local mer- chants..and busy typists transformed a reporter's illegible scrawl into a readable manuscript. The school's own shutter- bugs provided the pictures. Struggling for breath in the mob of eager sub- scribers, the distribution staff faithfully distributed the papers in the CHRON- ICLE office -and outside Senior Office and the cafeteria. CLE KATE SASSE Managing Editor This year the staff was spared chilly midnight trips to the printers because for the first time the paper was made up at school. Monday night found editors hard at work cutting, arranging and gluing. Christmas and Thanksgiving brought special issues, the former being printed in red link with yuletide poems and stories submitted by all students. In February it was almost possible to hear the sound of hoof beats as the staffs trotted to work on the Rodeo issue with its sponsorship of the Queen Contest. Great secrecy shrouded the office until the fateful announcement of the winner. Sally Sancet won the coveted title this year. I Ro -sy B aff fdfyff. WN UWA if i Jp CRE I orfygdlfiiifk Ai Editorial Board: Row l: Shea, Martyn, Goldstein. Row 2: Coulson, Herndon, Sakir, Schneid- er. Along with the solemn ceremony of Tucson High students feel honest graduation came a graduation issue that pleasure and pride in the high honors was to be an important page in every that their Cactus Chronicle receives year graduate's memory book. after year. A I 'li-My A S S il' it f 1 il MW! 5. if if W X I ar My Z X f 1 ff fig 7 , 7 ff ' i ff MARY PFRIMMER BOB WILSON Photographer Photographer ,...i........... K.,,,,,..,..,,A...,r ., B ,..........4................. E., . J' Chronicle Writers: Row 1: Underwood, Armstrong, Stille, Baker, Jones, Reyes, Simley, Ballard, Lininger. Row 2: Gridley, Marsh, Babcock, Tweedle, Turner, E. VValker, Golherg, Freudenthal, E. Walker. Row 3: Graybeal, Gallardo, Robles, Overpeck, Rosenblum, Fowble, Cole. Art and Photography Staff: Graybeal, White, Wilson, Pfrimmer. LJ ,-' 'fp TOM BENTLEY Head Cartoonist ., ,,.- , Distrilzutifm Sfajj: Row I: Carson. Fox, Meads, Lauhscher. Row 2: Humphrys, Archer, Hussey. I':XI'llIllIgf' Slaff: NIARTHA NE Row l: Cox. Cervantes, Newton. Gillespie. Exchange MQVXEEN o Row 2: Lczlthcrman, Clawson. 4 l Ad Siaff: Row l: Hall, lvklillf, Rau, Olshansky, Bellnkc. Row 21' Philipson, Creswell, Siegle, Schell. Denslow. Row 3: Jorgenson, Burke, Dawson, Johnson, Jones. Doolcn. Row 4: Banllmuer, Milligan, Kohl, Olmstead, Bagshaw. Sports lVriters: Row l: Moore. Reyes. Row 2: Wilcox, I-lolsclaw, Gallardo. TYPf5'S1 , ' FLORENCE SHEA Row 1' Slmley Abbott Holland Row Horskyl, Bond, loee. l Head Typist c QOQYJ 495 Yfiifs' QUA 135' . wad at 953330 P E 1 MISS MARTIN A dvisor Q90 Y BOY? toq- ZITA LEESON Editor "More work in less time" was the goal toward which the Quarterly staff direct- ed their efforts this year. In the record time of only six weeks the initial issue for 1950-51 was distributed. This year saw four editions, each with its own seasonal theme. Ghosts, goblins and witches dominated the art work of the first magazine which was adorned with an eerie black and orange cover. Among the many humor- ous articles was "D.O.A.", a comic mur- der story. On the more serious side was a series of personality sketches describ- ing the Student Body officers. For the center spread, by the trick photography of Graphic Arts, the Quarterly staff heads danced merrily around pumpkins of astonishing shapes and sizes. TERLY GAIL LA BEAU Nlmmgirzg Editor t t As Christmas vacation approached, the second issue rolled off the presses. Hap- py-faced children and angelic cherubs clothed in green and red seemed almost alive as you turned the pages. In this edition the sophomore class officers were characterized as only sophomores can be! "The Night Before Christmas" found itself in many different walks of life as a surprise center page. The end sheet of red tissue paper, together with the bright green and white cover, set just the right mood for the holiday spirit. BMBA C054 BE 427 R Q n 'R . iifvyfi r 41y1?dLlfEIT 11074 . . MR. CHIDESTER Production Advisor is fu-fs at . A if V tg , ..,1. . . Alg Editorial Board: X 2. Row 1: Olander, Breeding, French. Row 2: jewel, Murray. Rodeo time and spring always come together, and the third Quarterly for this year was right in step. Using "Spring" as the general subject, it real- ly combined a little bit of everything. Income tax, St. Patrick's Day and Rodeo season added variety to the table of contents of this issue with. the third in the series of class officer sketches pub- licizing the Junior Class? JOE MORENO Plzologralbher 150 Dreams began to become realities as graduation drew near. Once again THS' literary magazine was in the swing of things. Directed especially toward the seniors, pictures and stories concentrated on recalling to mind fond remembrances of the past school year. To make this issue really different, a photograph of a few seniors in their most coveted regalia decorated the cover. Stories on every memorable phase of the year were fea- tured, making this printing the largest of the year. According to Editor Zita Leeson, the contents were tailored to appeal more to the average student with no fields of literature slighted in the average 36 pages of each issue. Production Staff: . V Row 1: Barnes, Williamson, Brate, Flewelling, Athey, Nowell, Flores, .-Xnaya, Bustamante, Rodriquez. Row 2: Silvain, Maldonado, Barnes, G. Romero, C. Lopez, L. Alvarez, R. Turner, Snook, Clingingsmith, Morgan, YVelch. Row 3: Davis, Done, Graham, Pacheco, Meza, Masqueen, Mitchell, Clark, D. Torrez. Row 4: L. Romero, A. Macqueen, Leis, Patton, Alviclrez, Hensley, Scott, Campos, Aragon. V a,,.,,.' f ' A1-1 Smffg 'livjfillg Sfllffl Row l: Wright. While, Wcitlcl. Young. Row l: Wzmtlcrsec. Reyes. Gillmcrt. Row 2: Bentley, Watson. Nlntlhcws, Row 2: Burke. Gt-iscl. 1 rf D Sll1I5fl'fIIfI0II Slaff Row Row Row Row Rum I Baker, Pure Ioncs SIIIIICS nhu Row Z Bambauer Wxlmoth Rosenhlum L um Harelson Brewer Lmmger Row 3 Mailloux Palmer Sulle Robles ' f v AX 1A if A ,A 5ffzAf2WAff7'AA QQQFAQ 3 Q A- f "se 217'3AA A A A A -A f"f, "-ALPAA W ,A 5' 9 Ma X 402 W it 5 A U AA A- ' f 'I 559 AA ' f f 6535 fd ' ' , if-'N . ' A 'Q ' 1 A- WA if . A V -" NAM- A Q riff, s ,A 1 5 5' ,Te A '35, A ' f' I 'A 'ii .,,. ,A 7 ' 2A A 5' ' 7' 0 'V ' 7 A A A "9 A, 1 -AEA-:AA I .A K- 'APT-7? 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V Ema Blezinger guzanne Bradley Mary Belle Breeding Virginia Faye Brown Claudia Clawson rrances Cooney A"' A ij,jAa'7 A IA : A A A A T A 5' A' V -A i A -' J s ' QA 'A ' V 7 We MAA AA I er A A A 4 P7 ff can , A A 41' A me A W -er AM A A Z CA ' A 5 5 A , 'A ' A-A:A 'K '-uf AA Ay LA A 5A ,MA A In A ' A AV- f 4 APQTW- li! ' A-1 A 7 526552 if ' if im L. ' ' ' rf Joyce Cgrlngrv Peter Coulson Peggy. Cox Evo DeConcini Joanne Doolen -IOIH1 Eaton M 4 ' 4 rf,-+ A .A bl ",,A M ' I I I NHS officers gave an assem y, to QX- ef 1 8 plain the four precepts, thL1S Offering new THS students an opportunity to Roseua Edgar L S O C i Have you wondered who those stu- dents are who seem to possess all of the desirable virtues: character, scholarship, service and leadership? The answer is, of course, that they are members of the National Honor Society. This distinction is difficult to attain, and only 125 students each year receive membership. The first group of mem- bers was initiated in the spring of '50, and several other initiations were con- ducted during the year for seniors. The 1950-51 membership was de- scribed by President Steve Schneider, as "active" This is no understatement, for a great deal of work was necessary to fulfill the goal of the organization, which is to help members become well- rounded individuals through striving for good scholarship, capable leadership, gracious service and a high degree of character. At the beginning of the year, familiarize themselves with the Society. This year's group, guided by Miss Laura Gale, undertook two major pr0- jects. Though of minor importance dur- ing the first semester, the Soc1ety's tutor- ing class expanded as the second semester commenced. Purely on a voluntary basis, the members offered their time and QContinued on Page l55j ba. MISS GALE Advisor 155 X I VA, V .K .1.,., V W V.. V V! ,f ' Hn" I M Q V Azvllf Q, , , . V V 3 , Z ' '2 V . 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Q 'fr - ' " ' kl.V- VV V V -V, A -are - .. XV V V Vg V A-, V VV . V ',-' , ' . n ' V , 1, , A . A S 'Qgj L1 x L. 4, Donald Slutes Vleannette Smith joan Smith Ann Stockwell Marijohn Sundt Terry Talmage 1 i ' 3 V ' Nw ,K l .L ,V V k.,k, , ,V .V ' ' wVQV'g, 'V f' S T r 5 f - ,fit-fiizi X - 1 ' , . JLQTX -. f - .kr'., 2 253, .-1 QQ' V V lfyy , M .gg , 3 if V V VVV2, ,QV , . . .V ' , s gf -Q T s ,sl T f T 7 'nf ,.-' , , 5 , - ' X -' - ' - 5 ,gf if 3, 'J - V . f V V . ,. , .- f VV V V .- VV f .f V . Jerry Tolle Charlotte Tully Katherine VanSant Alosephine Wanclersee Dick X'Vhite Susan White i"i knowled 'e to tutor others in courses will alwa s furnish a 'reat deal of work , 3 . so where help was necessary. for future members. The second project was that of keep- Beginning as just a small local group V V,V,VVV 4 y ing a record of worthwhile accomplish- over twenty years ago, our chapter is ments of former TI-IS students. The now a large and active affiliate of the ' National Honor Society. Anne Wilson index is now up to date, but this project 155 wr wmv Row l: Robson, Nichols, Lockett, Coulson, Powers, Burrow, Lieberman, Bergida. Row 2: Beeghley, Steele, Levy, Hoyt, Schell, Bagshaw, McCollum. Row 3: Tremblay, Coppola, Gaede, Rau, Holloway, Palmer. Row 4: Hughes, Vreeland, Becker, Grosea Futrell. Sancet. Thesplans "Curtain going up, curtain going up!" Another production by the Tucson Thes- pians was headed for success. A light- hearted comedy, i'Berkeley Square", tested their talents in October. ln "Gramma Pulls a String," "Don't Feed the Animals" and "The Boor", a Decem- ber program of one-act plays, the Thespians measured up to the Dramatic Departments A . . a V '53 L if 2 , ,ri , , A MR. ROBERTS Advisor high standards. On March 8 and 9 they produced "Seven Sisters." "Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?" Although the Dramatic Arts De- partment didn't go back in history quite that far in choosing john Lloyd Balder- ston's "Berkeley Square" for their first pro- duction of 1950-51 season, they did travel back to the 18th century. Peter Coulson, as Peter Standish, was the modern Ameri- can who travels back to the time of his name-sake ancestor and falls in love with Kate Pettigrew, played by Donna Hoyt. "Tonight at 8:l5", the second program of the Drama Department, consisted of three one-act plays, "Don't Feed the Ani- mals" by Bob VVellington, "The Boor" by Anton Tchekoff, and "Gramma Pulls the String" by Edith Barnard Delano and David Carb. "Don't Feed the Animals" showed the serious consequences that would happen if women ever took over the world and exterminated all men. With Max Palmer cast as Grigori Step anovitch Smirov and Caroline Burdurin as Helen lvanovna Popov "The Boor" was second on this comedy bill. This dealt "Seven Sistersu: Front row: Clara Moreno, Mary Lou Coppola, Laura Vasquez, Mildred jones, Delia Sonen- blick, Beverly Lewis, Walter Vreeland. Second row: Bill Cox, Clara Schell, Larry Becker, janet Lieberman, Peter Grose, Rae Harrod, Frank Hughes, Elaine Tremblay, Aviva Shenhaite, Leonard Scheff. .Z with the story of Helen, who is in com- plete seclusion because of the death of her husband. Grigori does his best to draw her out of herself and in the end succeeds. As the curtains parted on the third presentation, everyone became aware of the effect of the meddling Grandmaw on the lives of all concerned. Played by Mary Kay Behnke, she proved to be a typical "Busy-bodyn as more of the play elapsed. Every time something would go any way she did not like, she would tactfully drop her ball of yard, and during most of the play, balls of yarn were constantly rolling over the floor. Romance and comedy reigned supreme as Mr. Lloyd Roberts and his crew began're- hearsals for "Seven Sisters." The play re- volves around the life of a Hungarian peas- ant family consisting of a widowed mother. Mrs. Gyurcovichs, played by Delia Sonen- blick, and her seven daughters. She is de- termined to marry her three oldest daugh- ters to rich men but has only linen, a reb parlor set and several jars of peach jam to offer as a dowry. Lending a hand backstage to all produc- tions were the make-up, light, wardrobe, properties and stage crews. S tagecraf t: Camilla Powers, Lorraine McCollum, Herb Beegh- ley, Peter Coulson. 2 A, ,.,, 4 'V Af fi' A Row l: Garretson, Williams, Marks, Cole, Adams, Arnold, Armstrong, Lewis. WVood, Leonard, Delgado, East. Row 2: Lewis, Kuehlthau, Camarena, Parker, Schultz. Oliver, Skjerseth, Frederick McKerlie, Gruenwald, Owen, Burr, Brown, Festin, Barker, Young, Hough, Goforth, Hurn. Row 3: Stockdale, Kuehlthau, Bosworth, Lamb, Kuhns, Shay, Swope, Brothers, Peek, Mendoza, Orcutt, Barnett. X y l58 MR. GRIM ES Director Band School spirit is a matter of the emotions, and to stir those emotions, you need- color, movement and music. A good band sup- plies them all. With its colorful uniforms, precise maneuvering and stirring music, the band of Tucson High makes it possible for each and everyone of us to identify ourselves with the fortunes of our teams and our school. Our school band has other functions and Row 4 Snyder, Vance, Grebner, Rutledge, Ciavarelli, Herreras, Albert, Carver, Personius, McCord, Wheeler, Nelson Pearson, Bunch, johnson. Row 5 Gotshall, Barnett, Rosinski, Mr. Grimes. activities. It helps to represent the school when our teams "take to the road". It gives nearly sixty public performances dur- ing the year before such, groups as Rotary, Kiwanis and other civic organizations. It takes over an entire student assembly at Easter and gives a "pop-concert" during April. Throughout the school year, it practices and practices and then practices still more in order to improve the performance of its 91 members, under the direction of Mr. Paul L. Grimes. During the first semester of the school year, emphasis is properly on show music and on adding to the enjoy- able spectacle of football games. During the second semester, the emphasis shifts to band concerts. Present student officers of the band are Don Arnold, President, Peryno Brothers, Librariang Hollis Armstrong, Personnel Manager, Frank Adams, Uniform Manager: and Beth VVilliams. Secretary. i l59 IZ A K A Lil' gr- 521 t N , y y, ,wa 1, fjpflk 'JW I-fizffi Z' I ff ', ' , r .. X' gf: E PROFESSOR SEWELL Director Row 1: Lewis, Mendoza, Lopez, Lopez, Center, Frazer, Doner Smith, Collier, League, Arnold. Row 2: Brewer, Meyer, Freudenthal, Goodman, Tovrea, Mason Kennedy, Parker, Snyder. With more and more music pouring out of records, radio, television and motion-pie tures and with American music sweeping around the world, it is only natural that "live'i' music should be emphasized and well-represented at THS. Our high-school orchestra of some fifty members is trained and directed by Mr. W, 1 4 i 5 i x E A-fy Row 3: Sewell, Matthias, Bowsky, Lamb, Peek, Acosta. Row 4: jirou, Huerta, Pitts, Macdonald, Gotshall. Arthur Sewell, a graduate ol' De Pauw Uni- versity in Chicago, Illinois. Student assist- ants Burton Gotshall and Jeanette Smith serve as Associate Director and Concert- mistress, respectively. liarline xlirou is president of the orchestral group, and Barbara Lopez, Secretary. "Orchestra" is offered as a course to stu- dents interested in concert-work. lt pro- vides not only basic training for the begin- ner, hut useful and enjoyable experiences for those further advanced. This year, as usual, an entire student assembly was de- voted to an orchestral performance. ln addition, the orchestra played at the South- ern Arizona Festival held at the University of Arizona last March. Many of the individual members of the group seem headed for professional status and fame. Eight of them participated in the National Orchestra Festival in San Diego, California, this spring. l ,. W 9' fy ,f ,V,f W X, ,K , ,, -if f , ,. , - 1?-l::1,1iz,. -, f-ivilfv' , , , , A .. , .5 ,V 3- - ' ,Hal aiu, , z:-, f- 3 ff , six Q.. ff 4,4Q,,4fj,L,:.., i ff f .r ,gg f f ' MISS ITTTERBACK Ilfreflor Row l: Hawk, Thornton. Critchell, Plinnlm. Kazal, Harris, Caven- cler. Gonzales, Crawford, Kremer, Hartman, Prentiss. Gardner. xv2lllC, Ortega. jeffrey. Row 2: Shumaker. Palmer, Miller, Zeigler, Burr, Tipton. Hen- nessy. Conn, Covarrulmias. Peek, Ramsdell, Harrington, Cowper, Stockwell, Larmour, Spitzer. Balladeers The sweet music we all heard when walking past the Annex was not the girls singing in the showers nor the birds warb- ling in the trees. It was, more than like- ly, the 150 girls and 59 boys who made up THS' Balladeers "exercising their vocal cords". Under the direction of Miss Madge Utterback, fondly referred to by her stu- dents as "Teacher," the vocal group put on many programs for their school, city and state during l950-5l. P l Row 3: Lauderdale, Matthews, Green, Gillespie, Jeter, Stephens, Houston, Andrews, Bambauer, Shaw, Payne, Bagshaw, Cox. Row 4: Holsclaw, Mattox, Harris, Willett, Adams, Wood, Smith, Hon, Schober, Ballantyne, Becker. Row 5: Olsen, Kishman, Robinson, Delfs, Rice, Miller, Tellez. The Balladeers started the year off "on the right foot" with an assembly for all THS students. At Christmas time, working in harm- ony with the advanced dance classes, they presented a Fred Waring arrangement of the "Nutcracker Suite", along with other numbers, for both THS students and the public. This impressive program certain- ly proved the skill of the group. The months between January and May were busy times for Miss Utterback and her students. Two big festivals were fea- tured at the U of A. The first on March 13 was the Southern Arizona Festival, and the second big event on April 27 was the Junior-Senior High School Festival. But even as the end of the year ap- proached, these singers still had their "noses pressed hard against the ole grindstone" in preparation for both the Baccalaureate and Commencement services. Even though these students are doing what they enjoy, it still means plenty of long, hard work on their part to produce those programs that we all like so much to hear. .J f .ff f A Q, Row l: Surdan, Doyle. Yarney, Lockelt, XVillett. Wade. Rooker. McNeil. Brasker. Zipper. Row 2: Minzirik, Smith, Silfies, McKinnie. Welslienlmugli. IIYZIZCT, Harvey, Brewer, lVung, Bender, Strode, Koonce. Row 3: lVilm0th. jackson, Jolie, hl2lSCCll, Bushey, McGee, Reynolds, Reading. Navarro. Gonzales, Hu hes. Roi 4: DiGesz1re. Haley, l'l:u:14e, Benner, Jeter, lfroehling, Nvilllitlf, Rznnsden. Kierig, Turner, Cooper, Richardson. johnson. ' Row 5: Baulistzi, Gum, Caldwell, Green. Lewis, Clzrwson, lfulrell, Dumond. Robbins. Ballard, White, Baker. Ileg FSHC QU3 rtettg ' Row I: Conn. Gonzzlles. Cianender. Krmnce. Run' 2: Harris. Hon. Dells. llezker. Holsclaw. lv z f f f fffuffiv-22m wi:-1' Row l: Mr. Goodman, Clawson, Ciavarelli, Gruenwald, Gallagher, Rutledge, Goldstein, Earle, Gotshall. ' Row 2: Sutton, Brothers, Patty, Bowsky, Wilson, Wheeler, johnson, Yslas, Adams, Blankenship. Soloists: Thornton, Shaw. Hi Cats "Hi Cats" fswing band to you sopho- moresj had a highly-talented crew to play for them this year and climbed steadily up the musical ladder under the direction and supervision of Mr. Hal Goodman. Among the "highlights" of this year for the Cats was playing for the DeMolay Dance, Terpsichoros Dance and especially the Senior Prom. But the most important and longest-remembered event of the year was their 600-mile round trip, expense-free journey to Snowflake, Arizona. Leaving Tucson on Friday, December 29, and ar- riving in Snowflake after a day of visiting scenic spots around the state, the Cats were "put up" in local homes for their 2-night stay. The next night the Cats played at a large dance and the following day left for home. Being a l-Ii Cat really has its advantages as any of the members will tell you! - -A 'ff ".', 5 Vlrk. V i f I ,,V,VVVV,V Viyy e KVVK V ,-,,., if ' 3 '- f , ,"' . It ff f 3 ' Avi' 'C J 3 ' 1 I f " " I f 2 f I 3. , K . ,. .. 5 ssrt T ' f A. as f i gl L MR. GOODMAN g 1 , , , Q Director YLR you valzin' vit your dolink: 165 B. Ludwig, Thornton, Eyth, Kemmer, Holland, B. J. Ludwig. Bosworth, Greeson, Cavin, Cook, Lee Vasquez. Twirlers l-lere comes the band! And preceding the Tl-IS band at almost every appearance were the twirlers, performing their routines briskly and agilely.. YVe first became aware of the skill of these energetic strutters at the home foot- ball games. Witli Bernadine Ludwig as BLRNAIJINE LUDYVIU Heafl if-'1l'l'l'lEl' 166 head' twirler, the girls collaborated with the songleaders in their popular "Hoop Dee Doo" number as well as rendering several of their own interpretations. lfVhen attending the out-of-town Mesa football game, the spirits of THS students were uplifted considerably when at half- time, the twirlers, dressed in showy uni- forms, commanded the attention of every- one with their intricate patterns. Taking to heart the saying, "starting the year off on the right foot," the twirl- ers departed with great excitement at 6:00 AAI., January l, for the annual Salad Bowl Parade and Game at Phoenix. There they pranced ahead of Tucson's entry-band and queen contestant - in the parade. On February 22, the twirlers, wearing denim skirts and cowboy shirts, led the TI-IS band to win the title of "best high school marching group", a fitting tribute to the proficiency of the twirlers! Row 1: Condit, Burr, Allen, Gump, Hall, Sancet, LaBeau, Lyerly, Blezinger, Cox, Lopez, Miller, Babcock. Row 2: Westmoreland, Pilcher, Mlentz, Sparks, Confer, Hueftlein, Macdonald, Munguia, Ramsdell, Perry, Haythorne. Row 3: Bagshaw, Morgan, Greene, Golberg, Perkins, Bartel, Reusser, Bambauer, Dickey, Ramsell, Lewis, Krouse. Row 4: Stofft, Jan es, Jontig, Lee, Glickman, Shusterman, Leeson, Rau, Talmage, Shannon. Advanced Dancing - Now we see a cloud. Now we see a tree. Black magic? Certainly not! Look again and you will know you've been watch- ing the THS Terpsichoros. Dancing gaily through the year, these spirited members of the advanced dance group combined talent with work and came up with a year grains. Led by Miss Virginia Robinson, the girls perform publicly under the name of Terpsichoros. They started off the year by giving a semi-formal dance. During the intermis- sion, the girls displayed their talent by put- ting on a floor show. In keeping with the theme, "Harvest of Stars", their four num- bubbling over with sparkling dance pro- MISS ROBINSON Director Officers: I6 ! ,ff 9' fy' Q f Q f 4 Period l: Row 1: Westmoreland, LaBeau, Lee. Row 2: Golherg, Janes, Glickman, Perkins. Row 3: Stofft, Krouse, WVhite, Burr. Dickey, Bartel. hers were "Star-dust", "How High The Moon", "Stars on Parade" and "Starlight Syncopationn. At Christmas time, they presented their annual and deeply impressive program, "A Christmas Prayer For Peace", in collabora- tion with Miss Madge Utterback and her vocal department, who provided the music for the two sequences: Realities and Hope. A special feature of the program was the interpretation of the "Nutcracker Suiten. As soon as mid-semester examinations were over, these industrious girls began work on their final appearance of the year- the annual spring presentation. With un- usual interpretations and modern impres- sions, the program measured up to the high standards of the past. ,f 9 ff, X if? New , U ff ne, Z I'-45 4 ia I X 7,99 ts 1 - . X yi U4 aa . E Period 2: Row l: Haythorne, Allen, Gump. Row 2: Bradley. Lewis. Row 3: Confer, Sancet, Condit, Leeson, Ramsell, Babcock Q. Period 1: W 41, if Row 1. Lyerly, Cox, Morgan, Perry. Row 2: jontig, Hueftlein. Row 3: Pilcher, Blezinger, VVentz, Sparks. Besides working on their spring pro- gram, the girls danced for the P.E.O. con- vention held here in April. At the Senior Girl's Fashion Show they contributed to the entertainment and again at the Annual State Teachers Convention, these light-foob ed lassies gave a sample of their work for the out-of-town delegates. In 'March some of the girls made the trip to Phoenix to perform at the California-Arizona Girls' League Convention. Working with Miss Robinson and the officers on Terpsichorean plans were Nor- ma Bartel, Beverly Perkins and Beverly Pilcher, junior representatives, and Loleete Burr and Dundee Hueftlein, senior repre- sentatives. Period 6: Row l: Macdonald, Greene, Munguia, Talmage, Ramsdell. Row 2: Hall, Bambauer, Rau. Row 3: Bagshaw, Lopez, Miller, Reusser. Row l: Schell, Ludwig, Burr, XVhite, Gump, Dooleu. Nfcflollum. Bagshaw. lVCSlll10I'Cl?l!1ll. Row 2: Sancet, Robbins, Evelyn lX'alker, Eleanor YValker. Carson, Breeding, Leeson, Lewis, Mat- teson. Packard. Row 3: Stofft, Burke, Sasse, Doner, Laubscher. Froehling, Van lN'ormer, Britten, French. Row -lf: Cohen, Howsare, Van Sant, Dickey, Philipson, Storms, Beaham, Reusser, Johantgen, Cooper. Girls' Social Hour Committee "VVhat shift do I have?" a voice in Room 125 asks. No, school isn't being run on the split shift again. It's Mfednesday, and Sara Packard, Girls' Social Hour Presi- dent, has just handed out assignments for next Friday's dance. If you've ever won- dered why these after-game dances are run so smoothly and successfully, attending a Girls' Social Hour meeting will soon give you the answer. The girls take care of the cloak room and tickets, check identifi- MISS BRAZELTON Advisor 170 cation cards and watch the doors at every Social Hour Dance. Helping at these dances is only one of their many undertakings. Each month a girls' mass meeting is held for every girl in the school to attend. Besides a guest speaker, the girls themselves entertain with skits, as well as vocal and dance numbers. Early in the fall they sponsored a cloth- ing drive, the clothes being sent to Basil Sarantides and Iiila Lindholm, our two adopted foreign children. In November, four girls with Miss Brazelton, their sponsor, attended Girls' League State Convention in Snowflake, Arizona. In January about fifty girls at- tended a state convention in Casa Grande, and again in March almost one hundred girls went to the Arizona-California Girls' League Convention. Selling cushions for the Badger Backer fund at football games was another of their service projects, then, with the aid of the Graphic Arts Department, the girls pub- lished the Badger Behavior Handbook for the second year. Concluding the year, a luncheon was given for the new committee members. Boys' Social Hour Committee l'Two cokes coming up!" The local drug- store? No, indeed - two more "satisfied customers" have just been served at one of the alter-game Social Hour dances. WVait- ing on the students behind the refreshment stand is one of the regular assignments of the Boy's Social Hour Committee members. Soon alter the school year began, new members were selected, and these, together with the old members, began planning coming social events. The boys, representing all three classes, started oil the season working at the dances sponsored by the Social Hour Conimittee. In conjunction with Girl's Social Hour, they served at the door and in the classroom. XfVork also began earl lor the mid-No- o Y vember banquet. The turkey dinner, ac- DM 1 DANNY ROMIZRO Adtfism' companied by musical numbers and skits, was followed with dancing. This year's members, with Danny Romero as their advisor, have completed a fruitful year of service, making this year more fun lor all TI-IS students. t. ,C 1 if 5 I it I' .ew -, Row l: Anklam, Lauver, VVorthington, Humphrys, Drachman, Manzo, Newcomer, Monier, Griscom. Row 2: Clawson, Houck, Green, Dailey, Abbott, Diehl, B. Warren, Gragg. Row 3: J. YVarren, Delfosse, Halverson, Irwin, Hardesty, Lacagnina. Side row: Pesqueira, Myers, Festin, Swain, Foust, 171 MISS BRAZELTON A dvisor Junior Red Cross "Snapping into their duties at the be- ginning of the year, TI-IS' Junior Red Cross, under the direction of Miss Calanthe Brazel- ton, enrolled in the Peoples Section of the United Nations. For the first time Ameri- can History and American Problems class- es discussed Hquestions of the month"g then when they had reached satisfactory answers, they forwarded them to the United Nations. As soon as school had settled down to an orderly pace in September, the Red Cross staged its annual talent shows and dances. The two shows brought in over S500 as a grand total. Female football play- ers, amateur "Annie Oakleys" and serious artists as well, lent their talents to the pro- ductions. Budgeted "good will" albums made up of pictures of our local schools and country were sent to foreign countries in return for their equally -informative albums. Sponsored again by the Red Cross was the annual project of sending to the chil- dren of foreign countries "gift boxes" con- taining combs, toothpaste, paper, pencils, socks and other essentials. junior Red Cross Council: Row 1: Sasse, Doolen, Brown, Jewel. Row 2: Herndon, DeConcini, Tolson, Ganoung. Row 3: Grcaber, Seamands, Lockhart. 2 V - , X -"" , L' A 1 V .,i,, ff' If f junior Red Cross Serzfire Ojfi1'f'r.s: Row 1: Nuttall, Clark, Mathis, Nleatls, Briggs, Panettieri, jontig, jones. Confer, Archer, Cox, Creswell. Row 2: Lee, Logan, Lauhscher, Jeter, Rhoclenbaugh, Simley, Gonzales, Reusser, Lopez, Tovrea, Howsare. Row 3: Keinmeries, Reidy, Tarver, Sitz, Andrews, Cohen, Matteson, V0nCoillie, Gilbert, Turner, Bergicla, Wilson. Row 4: Lintlflott, Underdown, Langley, Eckluncl, Korclsieinon, OllH.SlC21Cl, Newcomer, Vllarren, Milligan, Hammond, Mlllchay, Kohl, Placko. 1 , ,fa i gk lm "j0lm!" "Marcia!" Cripplctl or dying, you must check in with the Nurse! 7 " 5 , , .cl 3: X Row l: Martyn, Nuttall, A. Panettieri, M. Panettieri, Eyth, Talmage, Sinclair, Ballard, Langer, jontig, Hall, Gump, Blezinger, Doolen, jones. Row 2: Ryder, Fitzpatrick, Marsh, Sasse, Carson,'Becker, Lee, J. Laubscher, Meads, Heineman, Adams, Simley, Bagshaw, Curtis, Baumgartner, Behnke. Row 3: Ganoung, Backe, Herndon, Robbins, Hanson, Evelyn Walker. Gonzales, Shenhaite. Neiman, Lieberman, jewel, Pitluck, Tolson, Lyons, Baker, Burke, Bergida. Row 4: Gridley, Cohen, Fox, Gibson, Wong, Laubscher, Eleanor Walker, Turner, Gilbert. Horne. Pefley, Palmer, Cooper, Condron, Freudenthal. Row 5: M. Shea, F. Shea. Howsare, Creswell, Wilson, Mclvers, Seamands, DeConcini, Milligan. Matthews. Row 6: Holsclaw, Ramsey, Greaber, Olmstead. l-lonor Service Societ "To render service which will contrib- ute to the welfare, progress and happiness of society," is the aim of the Honor Ser- vice Society, and this aim was certainly carried out to perfection by this year's group. Doing everything from clerical work to arranging blood donor folders, the tire- less group extends its 'activities into the summer months. Membership was open to students who had worked a total of l5 hours at designated places, among which are the Red Cross Office and the Veteran's Hospital. At the end of the first semester, the group had worked nearly 5,000 hours. Recording results from the physical examinations for the nurse, selling tickets for a Cancer Benefit Ball and correcting 10,000 record cards for the Red Cross Center were taken in stride by the active organiza- tion. A dull life is not the lot of these students, though for their shedule includes not only work, but also some play. Four initiations for new members were held, and after the second, a Mexican dinner at El Charro was sponsired by the initiates. Gaining valuable experience, the mem- bers of the Honor Service Society have learned to give their time and talents for the enjoyment of others with no thought of repayment. MISS BRAZELTON A dvisor lu' '-iiii rar-1""' 3.33.1 Row 1: Armstrong. Brown, Patania. Ron 2: Brothers, Bergida, Anklam. Assembl Committee Starting off with a pep assembly, .the Assembly Committee had its usual array of enjoyable programs with variety the "key word." This ambitious group, aided by sponsor Paul Koch, promoted everything from a safety film to a European travelog. ln contrast to the program presented by the classical orchestra was the toe-tick- ling "pop" music of the Swing Band, in- cluding even "The Thing!" Something new to THS this year was the United Na- tions assembly given by students from oth- er countries with representatives of Eng- No year would be complete without rallies and pep assemblies, a-nd this year's really helped our teams to win. Beside these and other student assem- blies, many National Assembly programs were also staged. Among the committee members' responsibilities was the problem of selecting entertainment which would appeal to all students and keep their inter- est high. X'Vhether serious or humorous, professional or amateur, this past year's assemblies were outstanding in all respects. land, Canada, China, Germany and Mexico. X 41.3 NIR. KOCH Handsome men. beautiful ladies. but no guitar! A dvisor Row 1: Gump, Robson, Lyerly. Row 2: Krouse, Sundt. Cheerleaders What is a football or basketball game yxitltout spirit? Everyone knows that the boys on a team play better when they know their schoolmates are backing them 100 per cent. But although the students who provide the moral support are of utmost importance, the cheerleaders and songlead- ers are equally essential. The phrase "Come on gang, yell!" was a common one this year because for the first time since the double shift was started, TI-IS had an organized pep squad for all me fwfwuws '::':::::2e '-'f'f':f6'eW1"f""".ii"-'Q"A-ewfew-F-z.1f..ma ma. 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Practices were held every Thursday after school, and when game time came on Friday, members found themselves wearing the traditional red and white even though some of these old clothes they had vowed they'd never wear again. Of 550 applicants 500 were chosen and these were given membership cards which assured them of reserved seats on the 50- yard line. Though they lost their voices yelling, the pep squad members had choice seatsg that is, when they could see through the maze of waving porn-ponsll In order for this yelling to be effect- ive, there had to be leaders. As cheer after cheer resounded through stadium or gym- nasium, eight brightly-clad boys and girls led the student body and newly-founded pep squad in attaining an all-time high record of school spirit. ln their flashy red and white outfits, the cheerleaders, headed by Jon Robson, bolstered the Badg- ers on both the football field and basket- ball court. For the first time, two pep rallies were held instead of the usual one. Before the opening football game, the cheerleaders, followed by the songleaders, band and stu- dents, paraded through the downtown streets, cheering enthusiastically. The sec- ond rally was held in the THS stadium be- fore the supporting students and team de- parted for the all-important out-of-town lxlesa game. But don't think that the songleaders were loafing! With spectacular rhythm, the songleaders pranced and twirled before Badger fans at every football game as well as some of the basketball games. Gay and colorful in new costumes of white blouses and circle skirts with red musical notes on them, the songleaders performed during time-out periods and between halves. Because an overly-high number of song- leaders were chosen, they worked in shifts. The tall girls and the short girls took turns dancing to the tunes of "Hoop Dee Doo", "lNe're a Bunch of Badgers", and "All Hail to the Badgers." Perhaps the girls' most spectacular number was their interpretation of "Brass Band Boogie", complete with canes and top hats. Under the guidance of Danny Romero, these energetic and peppy boys and girls, combined with the student Pep Squad, have kept the THS school spirit at a level deserving of recognition. 177 Row 1: Sancet, Ludwig, Fields, Dennerly, Lyerly, Gardner, Confer, McCollum, Sasse Row 2: Greeson, Shannon, Doolen. Blezinger, Tolson, Moore, Pitluck, Gump. Row 3: Stofft, Martyn, Archer. Krouse, Stockwell, Hlade, Turpen, Ryder. Row 4: Gridley, Sundt, Key. French. Matteson, Lockhart, Talmage. Row 5: Newcomer, Lehan, Drachman. Rohson,,l'esqueira, Hancock, XVorthington. Row 6: Lacaqnina, Humphrys. Senior Gffiee Committee The 6630" Club Row l: Bentley, Perry, Mclver, Wilson, Reidy. Row 21 Cllmpple, McNeil, Burch, Celaya. Johnson. Row 3: jones, Norton, Scholmer, Price. Ray. Row 4: Nlr. Sherrill LX, ll Row 1: White, Sasse, Babcock, Hall. Row 2: Nichols, Mathews, Baez. Row 3: Bentley, Hart, Irwin, Anklam. ational rt Honor Societ Pirouette Club Row 1: Martyn, N. Mitchell, Conclron, Ashworth, lfarmcr, Andrews. Row 2: Palser, Roeser, Wong, Buckeye, Yohe, Davison. Row 3: Levy, Douglas, Green, Wilson, Kemmer, J. Mitchell, Summers. I7 L res Club Row l' ohnson Clawson Lake. - J , A - , Meads. Heineman, Elsler. Row 2: Mathews, Leatherman john. Erdahl. Cipriano, Sasse. Row 3: Terry. Reinhard, .Iorg cnson, Dahlherg. Davidson. Row l: Gotshall, Grijalva, Men- doza, Brothers, Arnold. Row 2: Orcutt, Grebner, Freda' rick, Mckerlie, Armstrong. Latin Forum Row 1: Lopez, Vas quez, Baffert, Sol tero, Bassist, Alvi drez, Ortega. Row 2: Robles, Hn erm. Pcyron. Lott Estreicher, Ridgely Row 3: Tellez. Mnl chav, K eip e x Reidy, Celaya Broadway. French Clu b EI Cervantes Row l: Perkins, Ripley jones, M. Parc, French Ballard, Richardson. Row 2: Markins, Blahon Soltero, Schell, Freuden lhal, Dr. Pare. Row 3: Keiper, Kalinske Hammond, Terry, Broad- way, Nelson, Robles. 181 Camera Cliekers Row I: Reicly. Mr. Colclslein. Kenl- lneries, l'l'I'lllllllCI'. lfnnk. Row 2: 'Gz1llu1'clo. Accxeclo. Harris. l'15ll'2lilZl. . Row 3: Bllfllifilll. Moreno. 182 Ski Club Row l: I.0C'liCll. Bennett. Dver BflIlllJ2lllCl'. Perkins. Nluirheucl, 'llnr pen. Row 2: Cirezxger. Ryder. Ciricllcy lfisll. S marks. Slmroll. l Row fl: Anton. Volk. Brown. -I. Nel- son, XYilson. Row Al: Dunham, Halle. N. Nelson. F. B. L. A. Row l: Pitlnck. 'l'11lly', Ifoxe, Ellis A. Gum, C. Gum. Robinson. Pefley Stockwell, LCIHZIS. Row 2: Sainz, XVllliZllllS, Houck Hughes, Vz1nSant, Hurelson, Brute Taylor. I.ez1therrnzm. Holland. Row 3: Rnelas. Olmregon, Loher XVeininger. Marx. XVelcil1, Kremer Smith, Curtis, Reyes. Librar Club Row l: Dunning, jones, Shcnlnxitc. Boelchcr, Gardner. Row 2: Kennedy, XVelch, Heckler. Gltlclillzxs. Row 3: Puller. Baldwin. Bi - Chem - Ph Row l: Obregon, Canoung, Meads. Panctticri, Hulmlmard. Row 2: Flaminio, Geffs, Jones. Hanson. Keating. Semands. Row 3: Abbott, East, Ballentyne. Hayden, Bideaux. Science Fiction Club Row I: .XhlJott, East, jones. Row 2: Knlms, Grehner. Geffs. Row 3: Tsclmaunpel, Pltnnlee, Bi- flcznlx. I 183 Odellng Club Row I: Szincet, Condit, L:1Be:1u. Nlezacls. Scott. Gardner. Row 2: Martyn. Bagklmw, Schmiecl er. ifiieltls. Behnke. Dickey. Row 3: Confer. Rnmstlen. Luglzin. evvs Bureau Row 1: Harrod, Ortega, Peyron, Alvidrez. Row 2: Handmaker, Cortner, Janes, Havtlmrne. Row 3: Raunsell, Kuehlthau, Ewing Weininger. U Row 4: Glad, Reidy, Britten. .J ' fa. 1 J, f :i Organ Club ,N-A Row l: Bztmlmznler, Perkins, IU. liztntgcn. ' Row 2: Tipton. Kremer, limit, Fencing Club Row l: Doner. Buckeye, XVong Cameron, Burcli. XVilmotli, Gomez Olsliansky. Row 2: Broadwav. Becker, Reidx' listrciclier, Bartlett. Blackmore. Clreager. Row 3: Hayden, Vnger. Kulins. l'l11mleC, Clelaya, Xl'ilson, Smith. Rifle Club Row I: Fritz, Cunningham, Dan- ielson. Isbell, Haskell, Michells. Hoyt, Davison, Snoody. Row 2: Yohe. Strode, Musczynski Kennedy, Klein, Fathauera, Krum- lauf, East, Low. Row 3: Gelderman, Brown, Carr, Carrell, McKee, XVinters. U'heeler, Festin, Keeds. Becker. Row 4: Dering, johnson, Lang, Slye, Celaya, Maynard, Brown. Ritchie. Row 5: jones, Knappenberger, Cooper, Hineman. ks Raequeteers Row I: Tourigney, Salafsky, Bi- deziux. Goode. Billiy, Davison. Lar- riva. Row 2: YanSzint, St. John, Lake Peterson, Isliell, Dumond, jorgen sen. Row 3: jackson, Goddard, Denny Wolford, Brewer, Harelson, Her ring. Row 4: Hanson, XVallace. Carpenter, Barnett, Klenck. Noe. Row 5: Mr. Klenck, Smith, Bense ina, Ballentyne, " N 5 Forensic ooiety Row l: Hollander, Elpern, Berger, Hayden, Row 2: Vllaltuck, Bassist, Olshansky, Blahon, Fletcher. 186 Stamp Club Row l: Novick, Swem, Terry. Row 2: Stone, Kohl. Bootsancl SaddIeCIub Row l: Peacock, Futhuuer, Under- wood, Burk, Gruensfelder, Ellis. Row 2: Vllilmoth, St. john, Brate Wassell, Peacock, Lewman. Row 3: Klein, Shaw, Butler, Burke, Simley, HCl'1lI1g. Row 4: Olmstezld, Austin, North. 1 Bridge Club Row I: Abbott. Scott, Schmicder, Gum. 'Row 2: Palmer. Casey, Dewey, Bzlllard. Row 3: Hammond, Rfdgely. Terry. Student Employment Exchange l 1 f Row' I: Holland, Stockwell, Brute. Harrelson, A. Gum, Van Sant, l'el' Iey. Lemas, Leatherman. Row 2: Marx, Hughes. Weiningcr. lillis. C. Gum. Tullcy, Pitlucla Olmrcgon. Row 3: Reyes. Lohcr, Curtis. Welch Kremer, Rolminsfm, XVilli:nns. PH. . Row l: Blaluon, Stockwell, Robin- son, YVelch. Hollander, Clark. Row 2: Johnson, CHIDZIYCHII, Ca- macho, Leathermzm. 187 ! Radio Club ww I: liz llc: Line. Sayre, Lind' iw L: Scott. Nloocly. lizlsl. if Music Appreciation aw I: Pcllcy, Kzlzzil. NI. Sliczi, I". Sliczl. Rzillill. Row 2: Graybeal, Doner, Coleman Birt, Sparks, Summers. wig 1-, , 5. i -357341 ww? .Q QM H+? fu, Chess -Club Row l: Allmcrt. RCilll12ll'tl, Alex- zlmlrc. Ramsey, XVeiss. Row 2: Kulms. Colliers, Wliilc. Hayden, Row 3: Salafsky. Iflziminio. IJYCQISC. H' Y Row l: Wise, Jones, XVilkins0n, Kemmeries. Row 2: Anklam, Baldwin, Tellei. Nlcfjary. Row 3: Chapel, Barnhill, Carlmjal, Funk. ode! irplane Club Row l: Frease, Panettieri, Burr, Russell. Row 2: Stigers, Lapin, Haury. In W H ll Star Gazers Row I: Almlmott, Kieper, VVilson. Row 2: Greene, Miss Neeley, Ga- me-z. M I fe? 0x Q, ,bc 0 .... A X KR ! 11:11- N qifjeii C C: 'if Qi" . , . Q Q- i i 4 . The University of Arizona Stzidium Personalities "And though but few can serve, PEGGY COX P-rominent at THS all three years, Secretary of Junior Class, junior Guard and Sophomore Dance Committee member. E-nergy-plus is Peggy, when she is song leading for football games. G-ives talent to Terpsichoros, pep to Senior Of- fice and advice to Senior Cabinet. DALE FUNK D-eveloped and printed many of the Tucsonian pictures as co-photography editor. A-ids Badger Camera Clickers as Vice-President. L-ed class of '50 graduates as junior Guard. E-asy-going Dale spends spare QPQ time as I-Ii-Y member. VIRGINIA BROWN J-unior year for Jinx was a big one-served as Junior Guard, Junior Council member and Girls' State representative. I-nteresting and entertaining assemblies were her special job to plan as a member of the Assembly Committee. N-ational Honor Society initiate, Tuc-Hi mem- ber and junior Red Cross Vice-President, she always has time for a friendly smile or "hello," X-marks the spot where each .Monday, Jinx, as Chronicle staff editor, hands out writers' as- signments. DICK ANKLAM D-emolay, Boys' State, National Honor Society and Hi-Y all claim his attention. I-ntelligent - Number l boyascholastically in his class. C-ounted upon as Chronicle Editor where de- , pendability is the 'fkey word." K-ick, that's what he gets out of his excellent art work. in THS yet all may please." Hannah Moore MARY LOUISE GUMP , M-aking the most of every minute, she was active in Terpsichoros, Honor Service Society, Thes- pians, National Honor Society and Senior Office. L-eading the student body and Pep Squad was her job as Cheerleader. G-irls' State and Girls' Nation were a high spot in Mary Louise's high school memories. She was a candidate for Governor. -ION ROBSON KI-ourneyed to Boys' State and was mayor of city there in 1950g Student Body Veep this year. O-n several cabinets and offices, jon was, in ad- dition, Head Cheerleader. N-ever idle, "Little Jon" was also a Thespian STEVE SCHNEIDER Sfenior Guard - one of the best. T-ook part in Senior Council meetings. E-asy-going Steve was an asset to THS by any- one's standards. V-ery popular as National Honor Society presi- dent. E-ditorial Board meetings for Chronicle found him hard at work. ZITA LEESON Z-ealous work on her part as Editor of the Quarterly produced four outstanding issues this year. She plans a future in Journalism. I-n her underclassmen days. she was a Sophomore Flag Bearer and Junior Guard. T-erpsichoros claimed part of her busy schedule as did National Honor Society and Girls' Social Hour. A-cting is another of her many talentsg she was a member of National Thespians. f-K' Personalities "And though but few can sen'-9, RUSSELL GRAGG R-an, hit and played an important part as first baseman on Badger baseball squad. U-sed his athletic talents to further advantage as a member of the Letterman's Club. S-howed a strong attraction to horses. i S-trong and silent type: strong anytime, silent only around the "weaker sex". KATHY STWOFFT K-ind and friendly describe her to a "T," A-s Tucsonian Editor she was as busy as a bee. T-erpsichoros rehearsals found her hard at work. H-ep and full of pep, she was a Sox Oleader too. Y-es, she's always there and with energy to spare. PETER COULSON P-ounded the typewriter as a member of the Chronicle Editorial Board. E-nergy was a 'must" when performing his duties as President of the National Thespian Society. T-ook an active interest in the activities in gen- eral at THS. E-xercises at 1950 Commencement found him acting as Junior Flag Bearer. MARY BELLE BREEDING M-ade herself known as junior representative to the House of Representatives, Girls' State Dele- gate, and junior gGuard. B-oasted membership in the National Honor Society and position on the Quarterly Editorial Board. B-eginning high school with a bang in sophomore year, she belonged to the Latin Forum and Tucsonian staff and thereafter never relaxed her industry. in THS yet all may please." Hannah Moore KEN KEMMERIES K-een interest in Hi-Y kept Ken busy as Vice- president. E-ver ready to give advice to Senior Council or aid the Badger Camera Clickers as able Presi- dent. N-ever one to shirk work, Ken was Co-Photo- graphy Editor of the Tucsonian. JANIE SCHELL E J-uggled a number of time-consuming duties as member of the Chronicle staff, Honor Service Society Vice-president and Tucsonian typist. A-nswerecl to roll call at El Cervantes, French Club and Latin Forum meetings. N-ever-tiring worker on both Sophomore Hop and Junior Prom. I-nteresting and fun to be with, Janie is a like- able friend to many. E-nthusiasm, that's what it took to do all this and still have time for Tuc-Hi, Pep Squad and Girls' Social Hour Committee. ART LOPEZ A-thletics holding first place among Art's inter- ests, he was a Letterman and a dependable football player. R-anking high in the estimation of his fellow teammates, Art was elected-Co-Captain of the Baseball team. T-UTTI, is the nickname which Art's many friends call him. CAMILLA POWERS C-Time Blossoms, The Passing of the Third Floor Back, and, Berkley Square are plays, which Camilla included in her list of successful dra- matic parts. 1 P-roof positive of her theatrical interests is her membership in the National Thespian Society. INSTRUMENTA Music 4-- Personalities "And though but few can serve, BILL BECKER B-alladeers and Allegro both benefitted from his baritone talents. I-nterest in Senior activities made him a valu- able member of the Senior Council. L-ooked forward to intramural sports as an active participant. L-ent his singing talents further to the Double Mixed Quartette. CIEANETTE SMITH , f -I-unior Flag Bearer, Tuc-Hi, Honor Service So- ciety and junior Dance Committee' worker was Jeanette. S-howed real ability in music, was concert master of the orchestra for two years and a member of the National Instrumental Music Society. All M LI NDSEY -I-oumalist for sports section on Tucson Daily Citizen, .lim also wrote for Tucsonian. I-nterested especially in basketball, he played varsity for the Badgers. M-anaging business for class of '51 and partici- pating in Boys' Social Hour kept Jim busy. -IOE MIDLER .I-Qined the Radio Production Club as a typical Sham." O-h, that humor, cried everyone when one of -Ioe's articles appeared in the Chronicle. E-ditorial Board of the Chronicle, National Honor Society, Quarterly staff and Boys' State all claimed him as a more "serious" mem- ber. in THS yet all may please." Hannah Moore TOMMY BENTLEY T-ucsonian cactus cartoons are a typical example of Tommy's deft art work. O-n the Chronicle, he served as Art Editor and is also active in the National Art Honor So- ciety. M-any other activities included "SO" Club, Sen- ior Class Cabinet, Quarterly staff and Stamp Club. CHARLOTTE JEWELL C-hosen both as Sophomore Flag Bearer and member of National Honor Society, Charlotte was also among the top ten scholastically in her class.' -I-ustified her reputation for dependability as member of Allegretto, junior Red Cross and Quarterly Editorial Board. A. V. HUMPHRYS A-lways in thick of things as Student Body Presi- dent. V-arious activities included football all three years, Senior Office and Cabinet, and Social Hour. H-ard worker on Chronicle as Distribution Man- agerg delegate to Boys' Stateg enthusiastic Let- termang and National Honor Society member. BURTON GOTSHALL B-and, band, and more band describes Bud per- fectly. He was an energetic member of the Lyre's Club, Marching Band and Orchestra. U-rgent matters received his just attention and judgment as a Senior Councilman. D-ancing was a pleasure when Bud "swung" it with the Hi-Cats. Personalities "And though but few can serve, DON SEAMANDS se D-elighted with his job as President of our chap- ter of the Junior Red Cross. O-bvious joy, that's what he got from attending Boys' State and De Molay meetings. N-othing gave him more pleasure than member- ship in the National Honor Society and mem- ory of having been a Sophomore Flag Bearer. MERLENYA WEITZEL M-aking good use of her art ability as Co-Art Editor of the Quarterly, Merlenya was also treasurer of the National Art Honor Society. W-orries are something Chronicle or Tucsonian editors never had when she was taking care of one of the numerous art assignments. BILL WORTHINCTON B-aseball for two years and football for three took up most of Bil1's years at Tucson High. I-nterest in people made Bill a popular member of Boys' Social Hour Committee. L-etterman's Club also claimed him and he served as Vice-president. L-iked working in Senior Office, on Senior Coun- cil and the Ad Staff of the Tucsonian. RAMON PACHECO R-ated among honor students to act as Junior Guard for -1950. A-mbition and interest made him invaluable as an Honor Service Society initiate. M-ake-up Editor of the Quarterly required a great deal of this boy's time. O-ften seen hurrying around THS' halls, but always on official business, Ramon was a mem- ber of the Graphics Arts Club. N-ot to be considered one-sided in his interests, he was on the sophomore track squad and participated in Intramural sports. 1 Zi! l in THS yet all may please." Hannah Moore BETTY CONN B-elonged to the Girls' Quartette and was an outstanding soprano. C-oming from another school in her Senior year, Betty lost no time in entering into the activi- ties and fellowship of THS. MARTHA NEWTON M-anned the exchange end of the Chronicle and was a wholehearted supporter of the junior Red Cross, Tuc-Hi and Honor Service Society. N-amed also in her list of activities were the Golf Club and the Horseback Riding Club. iR,1l,,.R. E A Personalitie "I have been a sim in a strange land."-Exo j fgif j "lf stranger, such no lo ,S ' ga, ,f ', , ' i f be.'-Paul More ' g . 'ar W,g.1,i5K ,Z D if-Q , . '4VhW?a'Wz W r S f , Z. ' . 1 jf, ,ali A.: fffifafl "Q ' ,f - y, 1, I A 7 . ,. 4' A s .V i 5 .f f X I WW f f-wa, ff A 3' f 7 X SABINE PEEK "lt's been a wonderful year, but it will be good to be home again," smiled Sabine Peek of Bremen, Germany. Here in Amer- ica for one year on a special scholarship for foreign studentsf blonde, blue-eyed Sa- bine expects to return to her homeland in -june. She will take back with her many impres- sions of the United States, but most mem- orable, she feels, is the informality and casualness of the American people, especi- ally in the family and at school. In New York where newspapers lie un- guarded on street corners, she was sur- prised to see a person who wanted a paper leave his nickel and take a copy. This would never happen in Germany, she said. Furthermore, in Germany no matter how much a girl wanted a slim figure, she would never starve herself to death as American girls do just to look like skin and bones. With meals in Germany much heavier, con- sisting of many vegetables and desserts on the same menu, Sabine was "always hungry" at first, eating balanced American meals. 200 Sabine marveled also at how we take our generosity for granted. Giving a lit- tle to the Community Chest, the Cancer Fund and the Red Cross is nothing un- usual to us, but to Sabine it is. To enable Sabine to obtain a well-round- ed view of American life, she was placed in an American home and her school pro- gram was planned to include a variety of typical subjects: health, American Prob- lems, American Literature and American History . . . Sabine immediately became interested in the activities in which Ameri- can high school students engage, even loy- ally .supporting the Badgers at several out- of-town games. A pair of turquoise Navajo earrings, giv- en to Sabine as a present when she first arrived in Tucson, will serve as a reminder of her year in Arizona when she rejoins her family in Bremen. V As for THS students, they will long re- member Sabine for her gracious poise and friendliness! :WIN le 1 1 151 1 ry 1 si tt' in ya lf- . ,X I i 1 1 I 1 THS .Kr N., . 1 PAUL THIEL Paul came to Tucson in No- vember, 1948, with his mother from Frankfort, Germany. He is living here now with his moth- er and step-father. Mrs. Thiel met and married her Air Force pilot-husband in Germany and came to America under war-bride regulations. EVO D1 CONCINI Arriving here in September, 1947, Evo completed a 5,000 mile journey from Trento, Italy. Here he joined his broth- ers and sister already living in America. He lives with his brother and sister-in-law in Tuc- son. f 22-'7 V J MARGARET RIPLEY Margaret came to Tucson from Oshawa, Ontario, Canada in July, 1950, because of her sister's health. Her mother works at the county hospital. Al- though Margaret likes the U. S., she doesn't plan to become a citizen. av-X 'CTWV FAY VVEX , In Tucson since last Novem- ber, Fay hails from Calgary, Al- berta, Canada. She will return to Montreal for a year before go- ing to the University of Chicago. COLIN BURROW january, 1949, Colin left Leeds, England, to come to Tuc- son. He and his family plan to live permanently in America. After he graduates, Colin would like to work on the stage or radio. ,, ,- , -W MV, , 1 Il.. 201 X W lb '1 fx ' I ,V JOHN KOHL After living in Oroya, Peru, for 14 years, john came to Tucson l when his father's contract with American Mining Company ex- pired. r W li lr. i Wie Md W WW- aw fx W fi ill i Eg It M I1 MARGOT BUTLER r 'ir rg I , ill All From "the land down under", if Margot came here January 15 to iffy, live with her sister and G.I. l 'f brother-in-law. Before coming M I3 here, she lived with her brother, T lr mother and accountant father ll in Melbourne. After graduation, edgy she plans to attend the U of A. at ,N Z, I lf' 1 r !r l 202 ALDINE SINCLAIR Aldine and her family moved to Tucson from Toronto, Can- ada, in 1945 because of Mr. Sin- clair's health. The U of A will be the next stop after gradua- tion and then possibly the Uni- versity of Toronto. JIM MULCHAY After residing in Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, for 13 years, jim came to Tucson High as a Sophomore. His father, a geo- logist for Anaconda Copper Company, moved here so Jim could benefit from the Tucson schools. 331 ' W eagggf 35 www 2 'WQSQ QSKQQAW vi 'T afQd H QQ? io S Q r YN xa -S-Q., ' I . . EM M' 'Q he The Sophomores get taller every year! v Nate Y X1 03500 If -ff ff , , ' r, 1 "afQ',' f'i,f1"-"' J wmv Aff' 45 - 1 ' V .,,, A A ,V , f ,444 5 ,Y Z , V ,Y ,, ' W2 ,V 'X 4. ,. Q ,Q 0' 9 f x w kmly W, bg, , ., K V V V , 7 V Z 1' , ' W ,ro hgasf-f 4' -.V -fy-W , ,gm r ' , fy 311. 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THE SUIT 325.00 MILLINERY 312.95 8c UP LEVY'S DEPARTMENT STORE Glen Bouschet and Freddie Valles shopping for the finest baseball equipment at STEINFELDXS 35 North Stone Avenue Y Tom Slutes and Susan White OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL we look to the future and make plans for a Savings Accounts at the friendly jfmfmm rizolfm ZZML 32 North Stone Avenue Congratulations to you, Class of '5'I! Wy2I'J0l'1-J mife .Jgloowe DEPARTMENT STORE where all Tucson shops . . . DIAL 3-2571 42 W. CONGRESS MANGELS REALTY FOR THE FINEST IN REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 616 N. 4TH AVE. PHONE 3-0531 44-W" Loleete Burr and jim Lindsey PERKiNS MOTORS INC 185 N. STONE AVE. Q . fa who J V I wp.. ff ' K P E1 , 4 'X , -wr-'Q 4 ,V N t , - F65 1 P Ei? X COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHY www Mr X ' E Virginia Brown and Ken Kernmeries examining stock at our F, DEPARTMENT gg T1 i iiii T E Rs if T. En. LIT1' .. P,P., fi Q O i 3 i as iP E Ei-E1 T jf in 'if N ,Pii P.iT -flffffi i f - 2 ii- il 1fff 4 E , EEE R ' . 5' .,.,1 f "Z A"" fi fa ' V O' '-'1. 'TE,, fl M CONGRESS at SCOTT DIAL 3-5407 H L BURNS FLORIST "EVERYTHING IN FLOWERS" 25 NORTH STONE Frank Lockhart and Mary Louise modeling clothes from Gump PENNYXS THROUGH THE YEARS PROGRESSES WITH TUCSON FRUIVI 1896 .. . jom jacomes Chr stmas ThflfIlCS Club No Education is complete until you know about GOOD YEAR LIFE GUARDS Learn about them through APACHE TIRE CO. MEFE tke NIJ AOPA? goed Lounc! 53 LOMYL Terry Talmage 5TH Sc STONE ROAD SERVICE usf nun ixstm hhhh Lnfeouanns CLAY LOCKETT'S INDIAN ARTS Modeled by jeanne Matteson 32 W. BROADWAY FOR A LARGE SELECTION OF EQUIPMENT FOR ANY SPORTSMEN A IT'S COPPER STATE SPORTING GO0DS 1846 EAST BROADVVAY Alex Crutchfield, Howard Creswell 1 in f4WQ?L and Charlie Delfosse "keeping in Me ya' Sha " th' ' h ? X ' ' XL! Pe C 'S 'S H S HPC? at A Toyo' v izuiaf 3-6872 P 4 ya K 5 ffl 'Z X X .,,,, 1 ,4,, V 1 11, Xukqf' ' Z 1 Y eew!52wy THE i ii .-filly 'AV ,fi ,:i,,, 2356 ZZ'oac!wag i P q,-.A i Q ,A T' 'i'i L "' 'Q y iV,,,- 1'A .ii . iii' A THE FAMILY PLACE TO SHOP A ii , R i , P i T B R Senior Closs 3440 E. Speedway You won't have to slave over a washboard if you send your laundry to ll ll We keep Tucsonians well-dressed 48 EAST SIXTH STREET Yvonne Wade S fadliion Ag I Suzanne Bradley and Teta Martyn choosing their silver patterns at Tucson's finest jewelry store l"lfL8lfLlfl!6L!6! AND .!46!0-Llflflfil 60 EAST CONGRESS - TUCSON CRAFTSMAN'S HOBBY SHOP COMPLETE LINE or HOBBY SUPPLIES 3018 E. GRANT ROAD PHONE 5-7681 BUILDING Qqality REMODELING SHELL? REPMRING , At lgrijigable ULCAHY LUMBE R co. 501 W. CONGRESS ' Phone 3-9431 4001 E. SPEEDWAY ' Phone 5-3389 Smart girls buy their shoes at Bill Wright's Family Shoe Store 34 East Congress iQ-.., x Wi'-1, """Hlr:::.. 1 inn?-'W' liijvl'-" Pat Turpen and Marijohn Sundt inspecting the entranre of jaeome's new slore x V " "---..,,, ' , ' y 'N' ,.,,,, ..,,a,,,,, ,,,,,,,., , ,, M M. M. SUNDT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 440 S. Park Ave. I HEADQUARTERS FOR U. S. KEDS ALL STYLES AND SIZES SALMON'S DEPT. STORE "Outfitters for entire family" GLASS MIRRORS outhwestern ash Door Compan 210 STEVENS AVENUE 2310 N. CAMPBELL Avia. DIAL 4-0468 PHONE: 5-amz STEEL SASH TUCSON sfroius FRONTS 7 0 l'L:i0l'L 5 Featuring name brands of Men's and Boy's Furnishings EVM? -STOVE and Shoes "SERVICE You WILL LIKE" I Phone B 81 J MEN S SHOP 2-8865 901 E. Third Street fnext to University Post Office, Speedway MENS AND LADIESJTAILORING At Park E SAVE money ond have more clothes by toking odvontoge of the sewing closses ot . . SINGER SEWING CENTER 308 East Congress Sara Lyerly admires one of the many fine Vanities at SH EARMAN FURNITURE CO. Dealers in Dwfxcell Furniture 537 N. Sixth Avenue Every Tuesday night on TOM GR KCNA "YOUTH ASKS YOU" Presented by Tucson Senior High's JOURNALISM CLASS EBER, GLADYS GOLDSTEIN AND jOE MIDLER INDIAN PRINT COORDINATES Matching Shorts, Midriff and Skirts Made of Vat-Dyed Sanjorized Cotton High Fashion Desert Colors With Contrasting Cotton Fringe Trim SIZES 10-20 SKIRT Sl 1.95 SHORTS 53.98 MIDRIFF 54.98 Modeled by Claudia Fields SEARS ROEBUCK 8- CO. W. H. BARNES Complete Automotive Service 6TH AND PARK For the Best in Watch Repair and fine workmanship il's JORDANS JEYVELERS 2317 N. Country Club Rd.' variety Elgttrk iliumr Svhnp 0" 'hc Frontier Housekeeping Shop UNIVERSITY SQUARE 3925 East Pima I 4 !9ainfA 931 liust Third ,Ala rciufa re u Tucson Auto Parts 81 Equipment Company 340N hS IX 13123391 Pegg I and Pal Bzgfl jar ffm Aedf in Acme !4rnz'AAi11g M3 MITCHELL FURNITURE COMPANY A 75 W. Congress R. RONSTADT HARDWARE co. North 6th ot Pennington !Q0neer:5 in good! merc!mnc!L5e JEAN SCI-IMIEDER, JOYCE BALLARD AND MARILYN BURKE ILAYING ON X GXLIONI '1RXC'IOR When candy is the "Prescribed" treatment - - any one of the eight MARTIN DRUG STORES can fill the hill , . . Boll Palmer and Mary Lou Pool are trying to decide between Whitman's. Mcllonalds. Panghurns and other outstanding clmmlates featured at all Martin Stores MARTIN DRUG CO. 'IRUCSONS DRUG STORES liS'l'.Xlll,lSHlil7 ix :sew gn-uw The Home of Better Used Cars BEAUDRY MOTOR COMPANY Your Plymouth Headquarters In Tucson RELIABILITY SERVICE QUALITY PRODL CT9 CORBETT LUMBER COMPANY 210 East 7th Street Modeler! by Shirley Condit and Pat Scott ,f 7 Where you can buy 1 ' SQUAW DRESSES 4 ' SQUAW' BOOTS ' FRONTIER PANTS I I f ' WESTERN BOOTS ' WESTERN 'SI-HRTS ' AND TIES PO RTERS' 349 M412 Wm 'lffbdfem ,SEM fit Q, 5:37 5 "',' ffgfp, T 54 V , , ,V k Hamer Ming S I ,frm ,A I lizferybody - even S ,' S S R 5' E 'T Q 3 Spooky the pup - axes-up af LAKELY S Self-Service Station if Yi iQg1g'3,1i 1 S MW S, Q 47 f, if?-3, e 3205 lizlst Speedway it: ERICNS 7? QSZGASCSL E COOKING DINNER IS A PLEASURE ON APPLIANCES FROM .li HEARN W PLUMBING 84 HEATING ww S5 Zu? wi Frieda Shusterman 246 NORTH FOURTH AVENUE Zita Leeson Pilcl1er's Chevron Station Goodrich Tires Sc Tubes 2449 E. SIXTH Fred W. Fisher BATTERIES LUBRICATION Tile Co. 139 S. Olson Quick Reliable Shoe Repair glam .gzoe ,Service .E AND JIARIiI,If CONTRACTORS FOR THI T11 TUCSON VOCATIONAI. HIGH SCHOOL 1801 N. ORACLE ROAD Modeleci by Betty Confer and Lorraine McCollum HIGH FASHION AT BUDGET PRICES LARRY AKI Tucson's Newest Fashion Center Dial 3-0355 62 Rust Pennington WHY TAKE LESS WHEN PEPSI'S BEST Bud Ramsey, Phyllis Foster and Dick Wfood enjoying a Pepsi between semester exams E 1 1 C a C CL W K. C, ofsmficu mem """"" i PHONE i IC CO. l' E X141 I 3 9222 1 ii 3 1 Q ii. up 'nm if A-.-M If X Virginia Marsh and Vivian Seal KERMIT C. OESTREICH ELECTRIC CO. Commercial and Residential Wiring Repairs - Service 2l43 N. Country Club Rd. Phone 5-7421 Craig Drachman FOLLOW THE LEADERS IN THE SPORTS SECTION OF Bill Worthington IN EVERY FIELD OF SPORT'S THERE IS A LEADER Bob Pasqueira Tucson Newspapers Inc. Roy Brow ll Arizuna Eailg Star Uurann Bnilg Gfitizrn Alfonso Harris ss U , . .,, K :pg 1, Off f"5 '45..k ',. , ' f '4 . 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Congress '-y"v.",,v'Qo: ,Y "'.nw ' 4' me-soo: O' r " 5 ' -., ,- -Y 5' ' - 'H In 5 Q I x W, ,'r 1. noo,.x,d' '.51, ui: ',,'.'v H" sQOvo, 9, "- Q41 n I 0,lfQx'f..4..I Us 0 X .'2:'V.9"4f.'1': rl ' on , 'lkf .. N A 'dy- YQO 'feng 0. Va., va 0' 5 :va 4'.' 'u' ":"""o 0, o Og. 1. Q ,I A 'I 'K' '.l". ll. . Q , o 0 f Jo s l'?'r'o '14, 'o ', 0 'J r o', 'g01. 1, 0 .9 Ol.11.,..,... 'tvs oo,'. You , 0. ' ' f gi fo, ,, O 0 vfrs I 0 a 9 5 O IP' o . 'I o."1' 'D Q 4 , - Q, o,3'--' rx4,,.s,, - ...Q s 244' :"3".n' 'Q ,Jf::--5 lll'.,' 94 gl'5lA' . gli. ff-'...1 0 .5 9 1 Q 5 5 o.n.gz."',f:i 9 ' ' Q" -,C Q 9. 0 f Jxo 1' o jar Me modf exe waive jfydd in fown M2 e e fzlfemon 48 E. PENNINGTON PHONE 40441 Thornes' Super Ma rket The Home of Good Eats and Meats" 2613 E. 6th St. Dial 5-4191 MARDIS STUDIO 922 E. Speedwoy of North Pork Ave. IVAN B. MARDIS TELEPHONE 2-8742 EL CONQUISTADOR RIDING STABLES Gentle Horses For Beginners Hay Rides a Specially 3502 East 5th COMPLETE LINE OF VVOMEN'S SHOES IN ALL STYLES ode Shoe Shop 1 Gzncirafukfiond NZLLIJQIAELVLJ FLOWER SHOP - NURSERY - LANDSCAPING Phone 3-2252 200 S. Broadway near Plumber DODGE AND PLYMOUTH SALES AND SERVICE Frank Dawson Motor Co. Clothes shown at Senior Girl ' Fashion show may be purchased at The College Shop Along with many other styles 817 N. Park Ave. or 138 E. Pennington SALES, INSTALLATION AND SERVICE OF CHRYSLER AIRTEMP AND GENERAL ELECTRIC AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEMS AND ESSICK EVAPORATIVE COOLERS, ALSO GENERAL ELECTRIC FURNACES TIDMARSH ENGINEERING COMPANY Phone 4-0461 P. O. Box 2425 A. V. Humphrys and Gail LaBeau ordering at . 7 fo. W five- lfLlfl jamoui Ar if! jaf gag! ana! 6AiCAZl'L in Me !QmQA 3424 East Speedway DALE FUNK BUYING A BEAUTIFUL ORCHID FOR A GRADUATION SURPRISE V . Mvdwff A f f i 2, ' .. jj, f QA... Mix' . 2.1 2 he ., ,, The least expenslve . , I u ,.' ,, ,wife ff flowers 1n town 'f,'Y22 '-,. f Thi?" 4- f "5" j,' 3? 44? , V4 I .V p .4 fray, 'H . ...Ni .. ..,.,, 7 'c f THE WESTERNER mgqi . 'Flower Shop I lfe I 5' 3348 E. Speedway we cater to high school students A A TUCSON'S CHEVROLET DEALER A THE Pl-ACE Since 1924 O'RI ELLY MOTOR CO. 415 N. 6th Ave. Phone 3-3651 T0 GO. FOX-TUCSON THE TRE 17 W. Congress i l S S749 For the finest in ladies' ready-to-wear ima ,Slap WATCHES - CLOCKS -JEWELRY Horn's Dress Shop Phone 3-5123 310 E. Congress 1020 Y P lx X . . ill" . VCIIUC I I RENTALS W'R'f'-WLS SANTA RITA 1ND1,xN SHOP REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Indian EQ lVestern Things that are different Anderson Realty Co., Inc. LOBBY OF SANTA RITA HOTEL 1003 E. Sixth Street Mr. EQ Klrs. W. XV. McDaniel Phone 3-9401 lingztl ' wat Svtvrling THE PERFECT GRADUATION GIFT 0 f 1 ' Royal Crest Sterling, nationally O I I known, offers exquisite patterns in heavy-weight solicl silver, with the privilege of doubling your E selection in bonus sterling and all the S' wonderful gifts that membership offers Arrange now to see Royal Crest Sterling . . .. TITLE INSURANCE ESCROVVS by callzzzg Ol zurztuzg MRS. GERTRUDE A. SCHRODER Arizona State Manager 2802 East First Street , Castle Tucson, Arizona Rose Phone 60212 41: XX. lennington I 1, HACKETT AND WHITNEY MOTOR COMPANY sm THE 1951 slufelev ANNIVERSARY MODELS THE MOST BEA UTIFU1 THING ON wHEE1,s Phone 32547 28 East Alameda le ,Mme Qi 'ine lgzfwlfailfewfe OQCONNOR-HALL FURNITURE C0. 50 East Pennington MAE VOS SHOP Specializing in junior Dresses 22 NORTH SCOTT fyczfronfi in ffm no edfiiond Dr. R. Schwartzlnann Dr. W. P. Holbrook Dr. George L. Dixon Dr. C. E. Benserna Dr. R. Robert Bates Dr. W. G. Shultz Dr. A. Wagner Mr. Fred W. Fickett Messrs. Knapp, Boyle, Bilby and Thompson Mr. Robert A. May Mr. Richard B. Evans Mr. Oliver Laubscher Mr. William S. Dunipace Dr. Kenneth C. Baker l 241 Abbott, Barbara .,.,.... .----,--,,,----- -----.---- Chronicle 43 junior Guard 33 National Honor So- ciety 4: Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 43 Bridge Club 43 Honor Service Society, 3,4. Abbott, David ,.,,,-,,,,-------- g----------4----- Intramural Sports 2,3,43 junior Guard 33 Letter- man's Club 3,43 National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 43 Social Hour Committee 43 Wrestling 3.4. Abrams, Neil ....,,.. -, ....,,,,---..,,------ ------- Acosta, 'Manuel , ,,,.-, ,- .,,,,,- -- Band 2,33 Orchestra 3,4. Acosta, Rudy .....,,-,,,,,,,,.,,g -----------,,,A,V Intramural Spxorts 2.3.43 junior Guard 33 Pep Squad 4. Adams, Peggy .......-......,., ,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,-,7, Chronicle 43 Pep Squad 43 Tennis 43 I-lonor Ser- vice Society 4j September Sequence 43 Pirouettes 4. Adkins, Shirley ..............,.....a...........,., Rhythm Rollers 4. Agner, Louise ........ -- Bi-Chem-Phy 4. Aikens, james --. .... -- "30" Club 3,4. Alday, Edward .......,.... -- Intramural Sports 2,4. Aldridge, Gwen ..................,................ Allegretto 33 G.A.A. 3,43 Rhythm Rollers 3,43 Hi-riders 2. Alexandre, Ian ,.a.c................. 2- "SO" Club 43 Ping Pong Club 3. Allen, jim .......................... -- Allen, joanne ...... - ....... ....... - - Allen, Sue ................ .. .....,............... ,. - Allegro 33 ,Allegretto 23 Balladeers 33 junior Guard 33 Radio Club 2,3 fSecretary 333 Terpsi- choros 3,43 "Rhythm, Line and Color." Alloway, Laurel .............,..,e... ........e -.. Flag Bearer 33 junior Red Cross 2,33 National Honor Society 43 Plays: "Crime at Blossoms," "Passing of 3rd Floor Back", "Charm School" 33 Quarterly 33 Thespians 3,43 Horseback Riding Club 23 Bridge Club 3. Alvarez, Lupe .........................,.......... Amado, Gus ....................e................ Dance Committee3 Football 2,3,43 Letterman's Club 2,3,43 Social Hour Committee 2,3,43 Track 2,3,4. Anaya, josie ......,................e.....F. e..... Graphic Arts Club 4g Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 43 Horseback Riding 2. Anderson, Fremont .... ....... - H- 3-4- Anklam, Dick ................................. --- Chronicle 3,4 fliditor 433 Senior Cabinet3 Dance Committee 2,3,43 Dean's Committee 4g Intramural Sports 23 National Art Honor Society 2,3,4 'qPresi- dent 4j3 National Honor Society 4 4Vice-Presi- dent 433 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 3,43 Social Hour Committee 43 Track 43 Tucsonian 33 Assembly Committee 43 Boys' State 33 Hi-Y 2,3,43 Princi- pal's Advisory Committee 43 Harvard Book Club Award 3. Antone, Lillian .... .... ....---- Y---- ---f Archer, Florence .......... ...-----.--- --------f-f Chronicle 43 Dance Committee 33 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 43 National Honor Society 43 Thespians 3,4 Plays: 3"Charm School," "Cr1me,at Blossoms," 'Berkeley Square"3 Pep Squadg Senior Council3 Senior Office Committee3 Tucsonian 33 Scribblers Club 2. 242 Arellano, Ruben ............. -- Armstrong, Hollis ,.......,..... -- Band 23,43 Lyre's Club 4. Armstrong, Torn ,,,,.,,,,,,,.,..-,.,............ Golf Club 23 Intramural Sports 43 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 33 Pep Squad 4. ' Arnold, Don .... - ......,...,..,................... Band 2,3,4 QPresident 4j3 Lyre's Club 43 Or- chestra 3,43 Swing Band 3. Arnold, Forrest ............ -- Arnold, Pauline ............................... -- Pep Squad 43 Bridge Club 33 Rhythm Rollers 2,3. Athey, Ruth .... Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 4. Babcock, Barbara ................................. Chronicle 43 Sophomore Dance Committee3 junior Guard 33 National Art Honor Society 3,43 Pep Squad 43 Radio Club 33 Terpsichoros 3,4. Backe, Betty ...................................... Flag Bearer 33 Pep Squad 43 Honor Service Society 3,43 Allied Youth 2,3,4 fSecretary 4j3 National Honor Societyg F.B.L.A. 4. Baflert, Yvonne ....... .. .,,........,....,c ,,c, , , El Cervantes 2,3,4 fProgram Chairmanj. Bagshaw, Pat ---... ..... ,Y., . ,H ,--,, ....,... ,-,,,-nr Allegro 3,43 Allegretto 33 Balladeers 3,43 Chron- icle 43 Dance Committee 3,43 G.A.A. 2,3,4 fTreas- urer 4j3 Girls' T Club 43 junior Guard 33 Thes- pians 43 Pep Squad 43 ,Social Hour Committee 4 fVice-president 433 House of Representatives 33 Tucsonian 43 "September SCQUCDCCHQ Sunshiner's Modeling Club 3,43 Social Life Committee3 Terpsi- choros 4. Baker, jean ........... - .....,..,.,..,.-... ,- Allegretto 4g Sunshiner's Modeling Club. Baldwin, Hilda -. ............... ., .....,............ G.A.A. 2,33 Girls' T. Club 33 intramural Sports 2. Ballard, joyce ---. . ........... . . a,,,--.e.,.--. -U- Allegretto 43 Chronicle 4g French Club 43 Pep Squad 4g Quarterly 43 Tucsonian 43 Honor Ser- vice Society 43 Hi-riders 23 Tennis 23 G.A..At.Q El Cervantes 2. Ballesteros, Delia .,........ S, Intramural Sports 2. Bardeau, Renie --T ..,............,,,,.,c,,,,,,,,, - Badger Camera Clickers 3,43 Photo Assistant Chronicle 33 Graphic Arts Club 23 Quarterly Photo Assistant 33 Tucsonian Production Manager Photography 4. Barnes, Irene .............. -.-R S, Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 4. Bazar, Allan ................ -- Becerril, Mary ,.... -S Pep Squad 4. Becker, Bill ........,................r .. ..,.-....,. Allegro 2,3,43 Balladeers 2.3,43 intramural Sports 43 Quartette 3,43 Senior Council 4. Bejarano, Olga ..... -- Bell, Betty ........ -- Bender, Verena ....... -- Latin Forum 2. Bennett, joy ...................... -- Rhythm Rollers 23 F.l-l.A. 3. Bensema, Bill ..... --- Racketeers 4. Bentley, Ray ------------ ---- ------- ------ Bentley, Tommy --------------- ---------------- - -- Chronicle 2,3,45 Class Cabinet 45 National Art Honor Society 2,3,45 Quarterly 3,45 Stamp Club 25 Tucsonian 4: "30" Club 4. Bergquist, Barbara ------------- ---------------- - -- Chronicle 35 Dance Committee 3,45 Pep Squad 45 Quarterly 4 QArt Co-editor55 Senior Council 45 Tucsonian 3,4 QArt E.ditor5 5 Honor Service So- ciety 45 Allied Youth 45 National Honor Society 4. Bertagna, Nina --------------------------------- -- National Art Honor Society5 Rhythm Rollers. Bidegain, Bernard -,..-------------------------- - Birmingham, Richard --- - Bish, Henrietta ..----- -------------------------- Blabon, Gerry ...--.H------------- - -------------- French Club 25 Tucsonian 45 Debate Club 45 F.H.A. 4. Blackmore, Fred .... . .. ..,... , ------ - Chess Club 2: "SO" Club 2. Blake, Carl ....., ..-------- - - - Blevines, Audrey ......-...-.,.---.--- ---- - Allegretto 25 Balladeers 35 G.A.A. 3.4. Blezinger, Erma - ......, ,..-- ---.------ ----------- - Dance Committee 3,45 junior Guard 35 National Honor Society 45 Pep Squad 45 Quarterly 35 Sen- ior Council 45 Senior Office Committee 45 Social Hour Committee 3,45 Tucsonian 25 House of Representatives 35 "September Sequence" 45 Songa leader 45 Terpsichoros 3,4 fPres. 455 Mid Year Graduation Usher 45 Traffic Council 45 Honor Service Society 3,4. Bliss, Charles -.---.---. ............,,..,,, -- - Intramural Sports 2,3,45 "30" Club 2. Boehle, Nancy ..,......... ................- - Bonanno, Bill ..............,......,,..-,..-,----, French Club 25 Intramural Sports 2,35 junior Red Cross 3,45 Quarterly 45 Speech Club 35 Allied Youth 2,3,4 fPresident 3,45. Bond, Lenora ............,............ , Chronicle 45 Pep Squad 4. Bonillas, Guillermo ........... --- Bonn, Socorro .................................... Bouschet, Glen ......,.........................,.. Baseball 2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 Letterman's Club 3,4. Boyle, Sally ............................ - Allegretto 3,45 Dance Committee 3. Bradley, Suzanne ................................ Allegretto 25 Chronicle 3,4 fliditorial Board 45 Junior Guard 35 "September Sequence"5 Terpsi- choros 3,4. Brady, Vivian .... - ........... - Brandes, Paul .... -, --- Brandon, Leota ............. --- Allegro 35 Dance Club. Breeding, Mary Belle .....................-...- --- junior Guard 35 Latin Forum 25 National Honor Society 45 Quarterly 3,4 fliditorial Board 455 Social Hour Committee 45 Tucsonian 25 House of Representatives 35 Girls' State 3. Brewer, David ...... ..........-.--.--. ------.----- Balladeers 3,45 Arion Club 3,4. Bright, Michael .................................. Broecher, Virginia .............................,.. Pep Squad 45 F.H.A. 45 Boots and Saddles Club. Brothers. Peryno ................................. Band 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 25 junior Red Cross 2,35 Lyre's Club 4 fPresident 455 National Instrumental Music Society 4: Orchestra 35 Swing Band 2,3,45 Track 25 Assembly Committee 45 Sen- ior Follies Committee 4. Brown, Neil ....,.............,.................. - Golf Club 35 Intramural Sports 25 junior Guard 35 Letterman's Club 35 Pep Squad 45 Golf 4. Brown, Ray C. .........,.-... ,.......,.-........ Chronicle 45 -Intramural Sports 2,3,45 junior Red Cross 35 Pep Squad 45 Senior Council5 Senior Office Committee5 Social Hour Committee 45 Hi-Y 2.3. Brown, Roy ...................,.............,,... Basketball 2,3,45 junior Guard 35 Letterman's Club 3,4. Brown, Virginia ...... , ........... ................. Chronicle 3,4 QStaff Editor 45 5 Dance Committee 35 junior Council5 junior Guard 35 junior Red Cross 2,3,4 QVice-president 455 National Honor Society 45 Pep Squad 45 Social Hour Committee 45 Tucsonian 2,35 Assembly Committee 45 Girls' State 3. Buckler, George .... --- Bunnell, Scott ...,.......... --- Boots and Saddles Club. Buntin, Bill ............................... --- Baseball, 2,3,45 Basketball 25 Quarterly 4. Burke, Marilyn ............................... --- Allegretto 25 Balladeers 35 junior Guard 3. Burr, Loleete ................................... -- Dance Committee 35 El Cervantes 35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 G.S.L. 45 Girls' T-Club 45 Pan-American Club 45 Senior Council5 Social Hour Committee 45 Honor Service Society 3,45 Terpsichoros 3,4. Burrow, Colin ......-............................. Chronicle 45 Thespians 3,4 QVice-president 455 Radio Production Club 3. Busby, jerry ............................. --- Intramural Sports 45 junior Guard 3. Bush, Sterling .......................... --- Bushey, Virginia --- --- Bushroe, Juanita .... --- Cable, Barbara jane ............................... Cadiz, Ramon .................................... Cheer Leader 45 National Art Honor Society 2,3,45 Thespians 3,4. Camacho, Alice ....................... ...... - -- G.A.A. 45 Pep Squad 45 F.H.A. 4. Camarena, Vida ......,...,........ --- Band 3,45 F.H.A. 4. Campbell, Ruth ....................... --- Allegro 25 Pep Squad 45 F.H.A. 4. Carbajal, Henry .................................. Baseball 3,45 Dance Committee 25 Football 2,35 Pep Squad 45 Hi-Y 3,45 Allied Youth 3,4. Camall, Wendell .............a...,........ --- Carrillo, Frances .... .... ....... ......... Casey, Barbara ........,........... ............... French Club 35 Latin Forum 25 Bridge Club 3,45 Music Appreciation 3,45 Junior Prom Committee 3. ' 243 Casillas Rud 1 Y -------- -- --- Intramural Sports 2. Castillo, joe ,,-,,,H--- -------------- ------------- Basketball 23 Football 2,33 Intramural Sports 43 Junior Guard 3. Cavender, Jean -,-,---, ----------, -d--------- ----- Allegro3 Balladeers3 junior Red Cross3 Quartette. Clark, Connie ...,.,,---,,--- ,q---,- -----,----- - - - Clark, Phyllis .,,---.,. -- --- Rhythm Rollers 3,4. Clark, Ted .,......,,- ---.,-------- --------------- Band 2,3,43 Graphic Arts Club 2,3,43 junior Red Cross 2,33 Quarterly 2,3,4. Clark, Walter .......-..... ,,,,,,--,,,- - -- Flag Bearer 33 Pep Squad 4. Clawson, Claudia ....,,---,,, ---------------- ---- Allegro 43 Allegretto 33 Balladettes 43 Chronicle 43 National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 4. Coffman, Barbara ....,,......,, ---,--,,,--- - -- G.A.A. 2,33 Girls' T. Club 3. Cohen, Carol -- .....,,.-------------------- ------- G.A.A. 2,3,43 Latin Forum 23 F.B.L.A.3 Intramural Sports. Cole, Gary ........... --- Hiking Club 3. Cole, Hal ......- --- Cole, Rudie e-- --- Colp, Polly ..... --- Comolli, Charlie --- --- Conn, Betty ....................................-- Allegro 43 Allegretto 33 Balladeers 43 G.A.A. 43 National Honor Society 4g Quartette 43 F.H.A. 4. Condit, Shirley ................................... Chronicle 2,33 Dance Committee 3,43 Pep Squad 43 Senior Council3 Senior Office Committee3 Tuc- sonian 3,4 fAd Manager 433 Sunshiner's Model- ing Club 3,43 Play-"Charm School"3 "September Sequence" 43 Terpsichoros3 "Rhythm, Line, and Color" 33 "Down to Earth", "Out of this World" 4. Confer, Betty .................................... Dance Committee 33 G.A.A. 23 Intramural Board 3,43 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 2,3,43 Pep Squad 43 Play-"Berkeley Square"3 Senior Council3 Senior Office Committee3 Tucsonian 43 Sunshiner's Modeling Club 3,43 Terpsichoros 3,43 Honor Service Society 43 "September Sequence". Conover, Charlotte .-............................. Chronicle 23 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Pep Squad 43 Tennis 2,3,43 Honor Service Society 2,3,43 Ski Club 2. Conrad, Iohn .................................... GolfuClub 2,33 Intramural Sports 33 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 23 Letterrnan's Club 3,43 Pep Squad 43 Rifle Club 33 Golf 3,4. Coone, Donna ........................ --- Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 2,3,4. Cooney, Frances ...... ........... .... ----------- - - - Dance Committee 23 F.B.L.A. 3,4 QSecretary 333 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 33 National Honor Society 43 Tucsonian 4g Senior Guard 4. C01-dier, Charles ............ -.--------------- ----- Cordova, Angelita --- .... - --- Comelius, Alpha ........ .------ ------- 7 ------- 7 - - Intramural Sports 43 Senior Council3 Fencing Club 4. 244 Cortner, Joyce ...--.-.....-............. .,....... Flag Bearer 33 G.A.A. 3,43 G.S.L. 43 Girls' T. Club 43 National Honor Society 4. Cota, Viola .......................e,............. Coulson, Peter ------------........ ,,.............. Chronicle Editorial Board 43 Flag Bearer 33 Thes- pians 3,4 fPresident 453 Plays: "She -Stoops to Conquer", "Passing of the Third Floor Back", "Crime At Blossoms", "Berkeley Square", Stage Manager for "Tonight at 8:15"3 Student Pro- jectionistg Senior Follies Committee 4. Cowper, Margie ........................s.,...... Allegretto 33 Balladeers 43 Pep Squad 43 Honor Service Society 43 'September Sequence" 4. Cox, Peggy ...-......-...,....................... Allegretto 33 Balladeers 43 Chronicle 43 Senior Cabinet3 Class Secretary 33 Dance Committee 2,33 G.A.A. 2,3,43 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Thespians 3,43 Plays: "Passing of the Third Floor Back"3 Tuc- sonian 43 Terpsichoros 43 S-ong Leader 43 Honor Service Society 43 Mid-Year Graduation Guard 4. Crabtree, Bonnie .... -. .-.-- ,-- e-------------------- Allegretto 23 Balladeers 3. Crawford, Dorothy .------------------------------ Allegro 3,43 Aliegretto 2,31 Balladettes 2,33 Bal- ladeers 3,43 Pep Squad 4. Creager, Charles .....-...--------------- --------- Balladeers3 ChYOHiClCj Music Appreciation Clllbj Arion Club3 Barber Shop Quartette. Creswell, Howard ....-.....- - -------------------- - Football Squad 2,3,43 Social Hour Committee 4. Criger, Bobby --------------------- --------------- Intramural Sports 43 junior Red Cross 2,3,4. Critchell, joan ---------- - ---------------- ------- - Allegro 43 Allegretto 33 Balladeers 43 G.A.A. 33 Intramural Sports3 Allied Youth 4. Crutchfield, Alex ------------------- ------------- Chronicle 2g Dance Committee 43 Football 2,3,43 Intramural Sports 2,3,43 junior Red Cross 23 Letterman's Club 3,43 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 2,3Q Senior Office Committee3 Social Hour Com- mittee3 Track 2,33 Tucsonian 2. Cruz, Mike .... I- Intramural Sports 43 Pep Squad 4. Currie, 'William .......-.--------- --- -- Curtis, Emmit ..... -- Dahlquist, Audyne ---- --- Tucsonian 4. Dahlquist, joan -- Chronicle 4. Daniels, George ------------- -------- - -- Intramural Sports 23 Ski Club 3. Darlington, jerry Davis, Dianne .... G.A.A. 3,4. Davis, Irene ...... --- Dawdy, William .--- - --------- -- --- De Concino, Evo junior Guard 3g junior Red Cross 2 fChair- many 3 junior Red Cross Council 3,4 QTreasurerj 3 Latin Forum 43 National Honor Society 43 Sen- ior Council 43 Stamp Club 2,3,43 Honor Society 43 Red Cross Officer 2,3,43 German Club 4. Dedrick, Ruth ............--------- -------- - --- Deer, Robbie -- --- Delfosse, Charlie ............,,,.,,,.,...,.,-,.-,, Football 2,3,43 junior Guard 33 Letterrnan's Club 3,43 Senior Council 43 Social Hour Committee 4. Dennerly, Mary Ann ..,.....................,..,.. Dance Committee 2,3,43 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 23 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 23 Senior Council 43 Senior Office Committee 43 Song Leada er3 "September Sequence" 4. Denslow, jeri .......,.-.,.,...,,.,..,,..,,.,.,-., Chronicle 43 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 43 Tucsonian 43 "September Sequence" 43 Flag Bearer 3. DeRoy, Caryl .........-....,......,.-,..-..-,.,,. French Club 2,33 G.A.A. 43 Allie dYouth 2,43 Rhythm Rollers 43 Music Appreciation 4. Dewey, Gwen ....... ..................... , - DiCenso, Dino --- -- DiCenso, Sam ....,................. -- Diehl, Bob ....C.............,..,...... -- Intramural Sports 33 Tennis 3,4. Diehl, David ......................,..,..,....,.. Intramural Sports 33 Tennis 3,43 Service Officer 4. Diehl, Paul ............,.........,................ Intramural Sports 2,33 junior Guard 33 Letter- man's Club 3,43 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 43 Social Hour Committee 43 Tennis 3,4. Dinkmeyer, Susan ........,.....,................. G.A.A. 2,3,4 QProgram Chairmanj3 Girls T. Club 3,43 Intramural Sports 23 Terpsichoros 43 Ski Club 3,4 QTreasurerj. Dinwiddie, Nelda ...................... .........- G.A.A. 3,43 Girls T. Club 43 Pep Squad 43 Tuc- sonian 43 Traffic Council 4. Dominguez, Alice .............. --- 39 Don, Henry ,... --- Donewirth, Neil ........... ..........a ..-.--.---- - Doolen, joanne .....,..... .......e...... -------.-- Chronicle 2,3,4 fBusiness Managerj 3 Dance Com- mittee 3,41 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 2,3 fCouncil Vice-presidentj 3 National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 43 Senior Office Committee3 Social Hour Committee 3,4 QSCCICIHYYDQ Tucsonian 4g Songleader3 "September Sequence" 43 Sunshiner's Modeling Club 3,43 Honor Service Society 3,43 Girls' State 3: Mid Year Graduation Guard 43 Social Hour Committee 4. Drachman, Craig ...... ..-..-.--.--- ------------ - - - Dance Committee 3,43 Football 2,3,43 Letterman's Club 2,3,43 Senior Council 43 Senior Office Com- mittee 43 Social Hour Committee 3,43 Track 3,43 Senior Guard 4. Dudash, Richard .........-. -.-------- ---- - - Duffett, jean ......... --------4------ ------------- Flag Bearer 33 G.A.A. 2,?J,4: G.S.L. 43,Pep Squad 43 F,B,L,A, 3,43 F.l-l.A. 43 Rhythm Rollers 3,4. Duran, Theresa ........--- ------------- ---------- Earle, Bill ......... ...-..--------- ------------ M--- Eaton, john ........ ...--.--.---- ------------ ---- Baseball Squad 2,3,43 Basketball Squad 23 Dance Committee 33 Intramural Sports 3,43 junior Guard 3g junior Red Cross 2,33 National Honor Society 33 Pep Squad 43 Senior Council 43 Social Hour Committee 3,43 "30" Club 23 Boy's State 33 Hi-Y Club 3,4. Eaton, Ronnie ....... -- ------------- --------- - - Edgar, Rosella ......-- ----------------- ------ ---- G.A.A. 3,43 G.S.L. 43 Girls' T. Club 43 Latin Forum 33 National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 43 Allied Youth 2,3,4- Edwards, Dorna .....,..........,........... ..... Allegretto 33 Balladettes 43 Balladeers 43 Pep Squad 43 Tucsonian 4. Elias, Arnold ............,....c,.,................ Basketball 23 Baseball 2,33 Intramural Sports 43 Letterman's Club 43 Pep Squad 4. Elliot, Pat ...,..,,.....,..,.,e.,..,.. -,- Ski Club 43 Hi-riders 2. Ellis, Shirley ..... .. ........,.,............ --- Pep Squad 43 F.B.L.A. 4 fSecretaryj. Elster, Harry ....,..-,.....,..,..,..,,. --- Latin Forum 2,3. Endres, Norma ................................... G.A.A. 3,43 G.S.L. 43 Girls' T. Club QVice-presi- dent 4j . Enerson, Marilyn ......,...................,...... El Cervantes 23 G.A.A. 3,43 Pep Squad 43 Rhythm Rollers 3,4. Ericson, Conrad ...............,..,... ,....- , -- Intramural Sports 23 Hiking Club 2,3. Escalante, Stella ..........,...-..,...... --- Estrada, Amalia --- --- Estrada, Eleanor -- --- Eubanks, Katherine .... --- Senior Council. Evans, jean ...................,...,..... - ,...-... Allegro 3,43 Allegretto 43 Balladeexs 43 Dance Corn- mittee 2. Ewald, Elizabeth .,.. --- El Cervantes 3. Faccio, George ..........,.. --- -- -------- Facio, Rachel ..............,.,. -.,.,.-., - -- Graphic Arts Club 43 Quarterly 4. Felix, Calistro -- .....,..,.,-.,-,,-, -,,,---,----,- Baseball 23,43 Football 23 Pep Squad 43 Intra- mural Sports 4. Felix, Norma ..... ...-,-.,---,-,,,--- - Fender, Gloria .... --- Hi-Riders 2. Ferguson, Tom .......,.,,.,. -,.,-,,--..,, ---- - - -- junior Red Cross 2,3,43 Social Hour Committee 43 Track 2,3,43 Radio Production Club 3,43 Red Cross Show 33 "September Sequence". Fields, Claudia .-.,-.------------- ----------------- Pep Squad 43 Senior Council3 Senior Office Com- mittee3 Sunshiner's Modeling Club 3,43 Honor Service Society 3,4. Fish, Norman .....--------------- ------------- - -- Football 2,33 Intramural Sports 43 Pep Squad 4. Fisher, Frances .......- -,-------- ------ - - - ----- -- Fitzpatrick, Susan .......------ --- Honor Service Society 3,4. Foley, Connie ........-,.---- --- Ford, Richard ......-..-- --- Boys' State 33 Hi-Y. Foster, Phyllis -- ----------------- ----------------- Flag Bearer 33 Pep Squad 43 F.B.L.A. 43 Ski Club 3. Foxe, Roxie Lee .....------------- -------------- - - Flag Bearer 33 National Honor Society 4g Pep Squad 43 F.B.L.A. 4. Freeman, Don ......... ------ F.B.LA. 3. 24 5 FrCdC!'lCk, DICK --..--.............-............... 41 Gonzales, Ruth Ann ...... ........ .------- -------- - Bank 2,3,43 Lyre's Club 43 Rhythm Rollers 4. French, Leta ........................... , ...,.,,,. Class Secretary 2,43 Dance Committee 2,3,43 Flag Bearer 23 French Club 3,4 fVice-president 4j3 National Honor Society 3,43 Pep Squad 4g Quar- terly 43 Senior Office Comfnittee3 Social Hour Committee 43 Mid-Year Graduation Flag Bearer 43 Honor Service Society 2,3,43 Girls' State 33 junior Guard 3. French, Wilbur ...........................,...,.. House of Representatives 33 Football 2,3,4Q junior Guard 33 Letterman's Club 3,43 Social Hour Committee 43 Track 2. Fulfer, juandalee ............,.,,.........., --- Plays: "Charm School"3 Latin Forum 2. Funk, Dale .................. - ...,.......,a.,.. -.- Badger Camera Clickers 3,4 Nice-presidentjg Chronicle 33 junior Guard 33 Tucsonian Photo- grapher 4. Funk, Don .......... .........,c - ...,. . ,......,,,. Balladeers 2,3,43 Intramural Sports 2,3,4Q junior Guard 33 Track 23 Arion Club 2,3,43 Hi-Y 23,43 Science Club 2.3. I-lu trell, Nova Dee ......................, . ......., Allegretto 43 junior Red Cross 3,43 Thespians3 Plays: "Charm School", "Berkeley Square"3 Honor Service Society 3,43 Hostess Club 2. Gaines, Dick ,.....................,..... --- Dance Committee 33 Flag Bearer 3. Gallego, Frances ........,A.......2..,....ea,..... Ganoung, Elnora ...-..........,..........,........ junior Red Cross 2,3,4 fSecretary 4j 3 Honor Ser- vice Society 2,3,43 Science Club 2,3,4 QSecretary 3,45 3 Spanish Club 23 Hiking Club 23 National Art Honor Society 2,3,43 National Honor Society 4. Garcia, Cruz ......,e.......... - ...........a....., Garcia, Terry -- --- Gardner, Pat ............... ..c,,........ - ....,.. - Allcgretto 23 Balladeers 3,43 Dance Committee 3,43 Pep Squad 43' Senior Councilgr Senior Office Committee3 Library Staff3 Sunshiner's Modeling Club 3,43 Pirouettes. Geisel, Virginia ................ ........ .... A ..... El Cervantes 23 G.A.A. 2,3,43 G.S.L. 3,43 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 43 F.B.L.A. 3,43 F.H.A. 4. Gerdenics, joe ......,................. a...,.....a. Gilbert, janet .......... ................f..a ..... Dance Committee 33 Flag Bearer 33 G.A.A. 43 Quarterly 43 Tucsonian 43 junior Red Cross 2,3,43 National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 43 Honor Service Society 3,4. Gillard, Betty ........ --- Gillespie, Mary .......................... ,.--..-Y4 Allegro 3,43 Allegretto 23 Balladeers 3,43 Senior Council3 Chronicle 4. Goggins, Edward ........ --- Gold, Eddie ........ --- -------- ---- - --- Goldstein, Gladys ............. ..----.------- -H4- Chronicle 3,4 fEditorial Board 4j 3 National Honor Society 43 Quarterly 3,43 Tucsonian 23 Scrib- Ixlers' Club 2.3. Gomez, Bertha .a..,... ---f-------- -------- ------- junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 33 Quarterly. Gonzales, Lee ....- -------- ---------- ---- --f------ Football 23 Intramural Sgmorts 2,43 Pep Squad 45 social Hour Committee 3 Track 2. I 246 Allegro 43 Allegretto 2,33 Balladeers 43 G.A.A. 43 Pep Squad 43 Quartette 4. Gonzales, Tony ............. -.-a------ - --- National Art Honor Society 2.3.4- Goodman, Gerrv ..,....... ....------ - - --- Intramural Sports 2,32 Hi-Riders 2. Goodman, Hamel ..a........ .....--- - -- Gordon, Rayda ..,... .. .,........-..-- ------------ - Dance Committee 33 Pep Squad 4g Honor Service Society 3,4. Gotshall, Bud ............... .........------ ------- Lyre's Club 43 Orchestra 2,3,43 Senior Council? Swing Band 2,3,43 Band 2,3,4. Gradillas, Virginia ....... C ...... -- Graybeal, Andy ......,....................... .... Chronicle 43 Quartette 43 Quarterly 23 Tucson- ian 43 Music Appreciation Club 4. Creaber. fhom as .... ............ ,........., .,... junior Red Cross 2,3,43 National Honor Society 43 Quarterly 43 Honor Service Society 3,42 Chronicle 3,43 Flag Bearer 3. Crebner, Robert ......... -- ,ccc .... .......e - e - -- Band 2,3,43 Lyre's Club 43 Orchestra 2.3. Green, Margaret .......-..,,..,.............c,.... Allegro 3,43 Allegretto 23 Balladeers 3,43 junior Red Cross 2,3,43 Quarterly 43 Senior Council 43 Social Hour Committee 43 Songleader 43 Red Cross Show 3,4. Greenwood, Rose Marie --- ,- Greeson, Pat ,.......... ., .....,,,................ Band 2,3,43 junior Guard 33 Orchestra 2,33 Quarterly 33 Terpsichoros 33 "September Se- quence" 43 Pirouettes 4. Gregg, Charlotte ..c........ -H junior Guard 3. Gridley, Doris ,,...,,e......,.............-.,-Y.- Intramural Sports 23 Chronicle 2,3,43 Dance Com- mittee 2,33 G.A.A. 23 Pep Squad 43 "Passing of Third Floor Back" 33 Quarterly 2,3,43 Senior Council 43 Senior Office Committee 43 Tucsonian 2,33 Ski Club 2,41 September Vaudeville Show 33 Honor Service Society 3,43 Prom Decorating Com- mittee 4. fiI'lj3lV3, Leonard ..........................,..... Band 2,3,43 Lyres Club 4g Swing Band 3, 4. Grtscom, Roddy ................................. Social Hour Committee 4. Guegold, Wanda .L...................-,......... Gump. Mary Louise .............................. Cheer Leader 4g Class Cabinet 4g House of Rep- resentatives 33 Dance Committee 33 National Honor Society 43 Thespians 3,43 Plays: "Passing of Third Floor Back"3 Senior Office Committee 4g Pep Squad 43 Social Hour Committee 43 Tucson- ian 2,4 QTyping Staff Head 4j3 Honor Service Society 2,3,43 Girls' State Representativeg Girls' Nation Representative3 Terpsichoros 3,43 "Rhythm, Line, Color", "Down to Eearth", "Out of this World" 43 Red Cross Shows 2,3,43 Senior Guard 43 Foliies Committee 43 Christmas Pro- grams 3,43 junior Guard. Gum, Ada ...............................,.,,,. - El Cervantes 33 Flag Bearer 33 Pep Squad 43 F.B.L.A. 3, 43 Student Employment Exchange 3,43 Bridge Club 4. Guzman, Alfred .................................. Graphic Art Club 2,33 Intramural Sports 23 Quarterly 2,3. Hall, Ann .......,............,..,..,.,...-...,,,. Dance Committee 33 junior Guard 33 Latin For- um 23 National Art Honor Society 3,43 Pep Squad 43 Tucsonian 2,3,43 National Honor Ser- vice Society 2,3,43 Terpsichoros 3,43 "Rhythm, Line and Color" 33 "Down to Earth"3 "Out of This World" 43 House of Representatives 33 Dance Committee 4. Hancock, Bill .................................... Baseball Squad 23 Chronicle3 Intramural Sportsg junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross. Hancock. Dick ..,..,.................,.,.,..,,.,, Class Cabinet 33 junior Councilman 33 Senior Vice-president 43 Dance Committee 2,3,43 Foot' ball Squad 23 Intramural Sports 23 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 33 National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 43 Senior Office Committee 43 Soc- ial Hour Committee 2,3,43 Student Body Officer 33 Track Squad 2,33 Boys' State Alternate. Hannebohm, Arthur ..............,..,......,,.,.. Hanson, Ken .,..-,...,,,,,,,,-v..-,- ,, ,,,-,,--,, - Bi-Chem-Phy 4: Boys' State 43 National Honor Society 4. Hardesty, Luke ,...,t,,--,,---,,- ,A,--,---,,--,--V Dance Committee 33 Football Squad 33 Intramural Sports 3,43 Letterman's Club 3,43 Pep Squad 43 Social Hour Committee 43 Honor Service Society 3.4. Harrell, Lillie Belle ..,,....... .,..,. .,,,,,,,,t,,, Rhythm Rollers 3,43 F.H.A. 43 Allegretto 23 Bal- ladeers 2. Harrington. Nancy -- ,- Harrin ton Vi 'nia g , rgi .......,......,......,.....,. Allegretto 3,43 Balladettes 43 Balladeers 43 G.A.A. 43 Twirlers 33 F.H.A. 43 Rhythm Rollers 3,4. Harris, jo Ann .,..........,...,..,..,...,......... Allegro 23 Balladeers 3,43 Dance Committee 43 Pep Squad 4. Hartman, Roger .,..................,...........,. junior Guard 33 National Honor Society 43 "30' Club 33 Star Gazers Club 2,3,43 Bi-Chem-Phy 33 Ski Club 3,4. Harvey, Mary jo .............................s.... Allegretto 43 Latin Forum 23 Pep Squad 43 Tucsonian 43 National Honor Society 4. Haskell, Ray ................... ........ - - Band 2,33 Rifle Club 2,3,43 Golf 3,4. Hawk, Delores ............... .....-------------- - Allegro 3,43 Allegretto 23 Balladeers 3,43 G.A.A. 2,3,4 QVice-president 4j3 Girls' T. Club 3,43 Tuc- sonian 43 F.B.L.A. 3,4 fPresident 4j. Hayslette, Geraldine .....-....... .---.--- - - Heggestad, Barbara ...... -- Quarterly 4. Heidelberg, Melissa .... -- Rhythm Rollers 3. Heineman, Frances ......-----.------- ------------- Flag Bearer 33 Latin Forum 2,3,4S National Art Honor Society 2,3,4 QSecretary 43 3 National Honor Society 43 Tucsonian 33 National Honor Service Society 3,4 Qlixecutive Committee 45 3 Star Gazer's Club 4. Henderson, Harold --- -- Rhythm Rollers. Hennesy, Helen .-..--------- --------------- - - Allegretto 43 National Honor Society 4. Hensley, joe ...................... -..-..---------- Graphic Arts Club 43 Quarterly Production l. Hepner, janie ...................... ...-.- -..---- Allegro 3,43 Allegretto 33 Balladettes 33 Balladeers 3,43 Chronicle 4 QI-Iead Typistj3 Class Cabinet 43 Dance Committee 33 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 33 Latin Forum 33 National Honor Society 43 Quartette 43 junior Council. Hernandez, jessie .-,..,..-,..-,,- ,.,-,,. ,..,. Herndon, Luella ............,.........,.......... Chronicle 43 French Club 33 junior Red Cross 3,43 Latin Forum 33 Honor Service Society 3,4. Herreras, Ana Marie .- ............................. - G.A.A. 2,3,43 Girls' T. Club 4g Pep Squad 4. Hessick, Mary Ann .............................. Hickman, Bill .......,....c..,..,................. Intramural Sports 43 junior Red Cross 3. Hicks, Dolores .........,...,...A.......-..... --, National Art Honor Society 2. Higginbotharn, Ron ....,......................... Higgins, john ..............,..................... Chronicle 2,33 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 23 Quarterly 23 Tucsonian 23 Honor Service So- ciety 43 Hiking Club 3. Hines. Bill ..................................... Balladeers 23 junior Guard 33 Senior Council 4. Hitchcock, jack .................................. - Holdgrafer, Bud ....... --- Football Squad 3. Hollander, Ruth ...........--.--.-- -------------- Pep Squad 43 Senior Council 43 F.H.A. 43 De- bate Club 4. Holland, Rosemary .-..------------ --------------- Band QMajorette 3,45 3 Chronicle 43 junior Guard 33 F.B.L.A. 4. Hollow, Ronny ..,...............---.-.-..---- ---- Intramural Sports 23 junior Guard 33 Pep Squad. 4. Holmes, Reba .,.. --- Hopper, jeannette --- --- Horn, Connie ........ --- Radio Club 2. Horne, Betty .................................... Pep Squad 43 Honor Service Society 3, 43 Rhythm Rollers 3. Horsky, Bonnie .................................. Chronicle Typing 43 Pep Squad 43 Rhythm Roll- ers 33 El Cervantes 2. Houck, Glen ..................................... Band 2,3,43 Basketball 2,33 Intramural 2,3,43 junior Guard 33 Lettermen's Club 3,43 National Honor Society 43 Social Hour Committee 4. Howard, Chuck .................................. Intramural Sports 23 Track 2. Hoyt, Donna ....,.................. - ............ Allegretto 23 El Cervantes 23 Flag Bearer 33 "Charm School", "Berkeley Square"3 Honor Ser- vice Society 3,43 Rifle Club 2,3,4. Hubbard, Margot ......,........... --- Bi-Chem-Phy 43 Tucsonian 4. Hueitlein, Nadine - ........................ ..... - - Dance Committee 33 Pep Squad 4g Terpsichoros 3,4. Huerta, Gilbert W, ,- Huggett, Wilma ..... - Pep Squad 4. 24 Hughes, Margaret ----------,,------------ 4vA------ Allegro 33 Allegretto 2,33 Balladettes'2,33 Bal- ladeers 33 G.A,A. 3,43 Intramural Sports 33 Pep Squad 43 I-'.B.L,A. 4. Hummel, Gordon ....... --- Band 23 Orchestra 2. Humphrys, A. V. ..l,,,,e,,-,.-,,-,,Y,-,. ,,,,,,,,, Chronicle 4 QDistribution Manager 453 Senior Cabinet3 Dance Committee 43 Dean's Commit- tee 43 Intramural Sports 33 Letterman's Club 3,43 National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 43 Senior Office Committee 43 Social Hour Committee 43 Student Body President 43 Boys' State Repre- sentative 33 Assembly Committee 43 Advisory Com- mittee 43 Senior Guard 4. Hunter, joy .........e.,,... --- I-Iussar, Bill ..........,,.., --- Intramural Sports 2,3,4. Hussey, jean .........,,,,..............,,.,, --- Chronicle 43 French Club 2,33 F.B.L.A. 4. Hyatt, Ned .,-.,,...,.. .. .........,,,,..... --- Football 2,3. Imes, Bob ,In ......... cc- Rhythm Rollers 2,3,4. Imes, Dick ......., WI- --- Irish, Beverly ...... W ......, --- ------ jacobs, Eddie ..,,, .. .....etu.......Y,.....Y.Af.... - Basketball 33 Flag Bearer 33 Intramural Sports 2,43 junior Red Cross 23 Pep Squad 43 "September Sequence" 4-3 Hi-Y 4. jeffrey, Dorcas .,,.....e,.......v .............. - - Allegro3 Allegretto3 Balladeers3 Music Appreci- ation. jesperson, Keith c.....,, --- Balladeers3 Quarterly. jeter, Pat .c.,c...., ,Y......I .,.....,.e.....-YA-- Allegretto 23 Balladeers 3,43 junior Red Cross 2,33 Pep Squad 4. jewell, Charlotte ......,.........c..........,..... Allegretto 23 Flag Bearer 33 junior Red Cross 3,43 National Honor Society 43 Quarterly 4. jirou, Earline ....,....... ,.,....-e.. c....... .... Orchestra 3,4 CPresident 453 Organ Club 2,3,4 fVice-president 35 3 Quarterly 3,4 QEditorial Board 45 . johnson, Bill --- --- johnson, Bud ..c. --- johnson, Esther --- --- F.H.A. 4. johnson, jean -....---- --- Tennis 43 F.H.A. 4. johnson, Paul -...----.- --- Intramural Sports. johnson, Phyllis --- ------ --- jones, Dean ..-.------ ------------ -------- - - - Basketball3 Intramural SPOTISQ Track. jones, Elizabeth ..----- -------------- ------------- Chronicle 43 Dance Committee 43 "September Se- quence" 4. jones, Mary Louise --.------ -------- ---------- - - - Chronicle 43 French Club' 3,4 QSecretary 455 junior Red Cross 4 QSCTVICC Officer 453 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 43 Honor Service Society 3,4 fSecretary 45. 248 jontig, Frances .-,,.. - ....,.... ...-.-- ---- ---- - - - Dance Committee 23 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Girls' T. Club 2,3,43 Intramural Sports 23 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 2,3 CService Officer 45 3 Nation- al Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 43 TC1'PiCh0f05 3,43 "Line, Rhythm, and Color", "Down to Earth", "Out of This World"3 Quarterly 23 Tuc- ' sonian 2,3.43 Honor Service Society 3,43 F.B.L.A. 4. jossel, Harry ....c.....---....--- ..--------------- junior Red CTOSSQ Organ Club. Kaith, Dolores .....,e,......c... ..-- - -- National Art Honor Society 2,3. Katz, Paul ....,,,c,,....c,c....,c-c ..... - -- Basketball 2,33 Intramural Sports 2. Kaufman, Ronald ......,,,......--.. --- junior Guard 3. Kazal, Rose Marie ...,I......,,,,....,.cY.,.,.... .- Balladeers 3,43 G.A.A. 43 Pep Squad 43 Allied Youth 43 Rhythm Rollers 43 Music Appreciation 4. Kearney, jack .et,,,,,,,,,e...,....,.,.,........... Keating, Frank ....... ., .,..,., I -,,,c,,.,. - ,, Bi-Chem-Phy 3,4 fVice-president 45 . Kelley, jim I-.. ,,cc,,,,,,,...Ir . ......,-c, I ,,,. --- Balladeers 43 Class Cabinet 2,33 Dance Commit- tee 2,33 Football Squad 23,43 junior Red Cross 2,33 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 43 Social Hour Com- mittee 2,3,43 Track Squad 2.3. Kelly, Walter ....., I ,,,,,,...,. -, --- Kemmeries. Ken ----,-., .,,,I,.,. ,.--. ---,,... ----- Badger Camera Clickers 3,4 Ql'resident 453 Intra- mural Sports 2,3,43 junior Red Cross 3,43 Quarter- ly 33 Senior Council 43 Tucsonian Photographer 3,43 Hi-Y l,2,3,4. Kennedy, Beverly -M --,, Rifle Club 4. Kessel, Bob r,...I --- Key, Clela ...........,,,,,c,,,,,,,,............... Dance Committee 2,33 Pep Squad 43 Senior Office Committee 4. Kierig, Nancy ,. We., ,r,.I,.,,, .,,,,.I-,,,,cwe,,,, , Quarterly 3,43 Class Council 3,43 Allied Youth 2,3,43 Allegret-to 4. Kimmel, Hope -.....-..........,,..,.-.,,,,,,-- ,Q- Allegro 43 Balladettes 33 Pep Squad 43 Balladeers 43 Allegretto 3. Kingsley, Harriette ...... ...,, , Knappenberger, Tom Pep Squad 4, Rifle-6fJS2i,5fi.'n ' Kohlhoff, Karl .......................,,..-.--.--- Intramural Sports 43 junior Guard 33 Bi-Chem- Phy 3,4. Kremer, Rosemary .............. - Organ Club 2,33 F.B.L.A. 4. Krohn, john ......,.....c.I.,.r,,ra.rI r,,, r H,,r,,, Balladeers 3,43 Football Squad 33 Intramural Sports 2,43 Track Squad 23 Arion 3,4. Krouse, Tommie .....,-.-e.,..,,.,,.,..,,.,,,,,,,, Cheer Leader 3,43 Class Cabinet 43 Dance Com- mittee 2,3,43 G.A.A. 23 Pep Squad 43 Senior Office Committee 43 Tucsonian 43 Terpsichoros 43 Red Cross Show 3,4. La Beau, Gail ............................ec....... Dance Committee 3,43 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 3,4 QManaging Editor 453 Senior Council 43 Social Hour 43 Tucsonian 33 Terpsichoros 3,43 Red Cross Show 43 Song Leader 4. Lacagnina, Bob ....,,,,...,-,....W,...,,....,...., Class Cabinet 2,43 Class Officers fVce-presi- dent 253 Dance Committee 2,43 Flag Bearer 23 Football Squad 2 fM3H3gCT5j Intramural Sports 2,43 Pep Squad 4 CPresident5 3 Senior Office Com- mittee 43 Social Hour Committee 3,43 junior Red Cross Show 4. Lamb, Charles ..,,e,,.,...,e,,...,e,...e,,. ..,, Langer, Marian ,,.. - - .-,e-,,AA,-,,,,A.e,v,,,-,,, - National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 43 Tuc- sonian 43 Honor Service Society 43 Rhythm Roll- ers 33 Pirouette Club 4. Lauver, Bob .,,,.,,,e,,e,,,,----,nzzr, ---3, NY-Y, --- Social Hour Committee 2.3.43 Bowling Club 3. Law, Chew ,,,AA,,.,,,,- --,wY,,,A------wY,,Ag---- Football Squad 23 Intramural Sports 33 National Honor Society 43 Radio Club 3,43 Bi-ChemfPhy 4. Lee, Ben ...-..,,,,Ye,, ,,A,AAa,,,,---- ---Y--VYYg4A Lee, Bobbie jean -- --- Lee, Nancy ....,...,,,WW ,-,- , , ---------,-K-,,- M4-- Chronicle 43 Junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 43 Tucsonian 43 junior Red Cross Show 43 Ping- Pong Club 43 Honor Service Society 4. Leeson, Zita ......,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,e,4AA , 3 --vw--,,,, 1 Dance Committee 2,3,43 El Cervantes 33 Flag Bear- er 23 Intramural Sports 23 junior Guard 33 Nation- al Honor Society 43 Quarterly 3,4 tEditor5 3 Social Hour Committee 43 Thespians 3.43 "The Charm School"3 Terpsichoros 43 Junior Council 3. Lehan, Chuck ..,,,,,,..,,c,.,,,-,- ----,YeY,,4--,Y Class Cabinet 43 Dance Committee 2,3,43 Intra- mural Sports 2,33 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 33 Senior Office Committee 43 Track Squad 33 Tuc- sonian 43 Senior Guard 4. Lemas. Margaret ....,,,,,,,,,,,,e, --- -,,,---H-YY -- G.,-X..-X. 43 Pep Squad 43 F.B.L.A. 43 Allied Youth 4. Leon. Balvina ,.,, - ,,A,,,-,-,---- --------------, - Y, Levey, Carol --- --- Levy, Leanore ..,,-,,.......,,,,,,,,,,,e,,,e,,,,,, Chronicle 2,33 Thespians 3,43 "Passing of the Third Floor Back," "Berkeley Square" 4g Senior Council 43 Pep Squad 4. Lewis, Nancy ..,,,......,,.....,.,...,,,...,,,,... Allegretto 43 G.A.A. 2,33 junior Red Cross 23 Tucsonian 43 Tennis 3,4. Lieberman, janet .....,......,,....,,,...eee...,, Dance Committee 3,43 G.A.A. 3,43 Pep Squad 43 Honor Service Society 43 Pirouette Club 4. Lilly, joe .,.....,,.. --- --- Rifle Club 2. Lindflott, Arden --- --- Radio Club. Lindsey, Jim -----------------.- -....-...--....--- Basketball 2,3,43 Chronicle 33 Senior Cabinet3 Vice-president Class 23 Lettermen's Club 3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Senior Office Com- mittee3 Social Hour Committee 3,43 Tucsonian 3,43 Tucson High News Bureau 43 Boys' State 33 Class Business Manager 4. Lockett, Beverly --.-----.-..-.-..-.... .......-. - -- Allegretto 43 Chronicle 2,33 Dance Committee 33 G.A.A. 23 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 2, 3,43 Thespians 3,43 Plays: "Charm School", 'Berke- ley Square"3 Quarterly 2,43 Senior Council 43 Sen- ior Office Committee 43 Tucsonian 33 Ski Club 2,3,4Q Sunshiner's Modeling Club 3,43 Pep Squad 4. Lockhart, Frank ----------------------------.--. -- Baseball 23 Basketball 2,3,43 Class President 2,43 Flag Bearer 23 junior Red Cross 2,3,4 fCouncil 453 Letterman's Club 3,43 National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 43 Social Hour Committee 3,41 Boys' State 3. Loher, Alma ------------------------------------- Allegretto 23 junior Guard 33 National Honor So- ciety 43 Pep Squad 43 Tucsonian 43 F.B.L.A. 43 Student Employment Exchange 4. Lopez, Barbara ------------------------------ - ---- junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 23 Orchestra 2,3,4 fSecretary 453 Pep Squad 3,43 Terpsichoros 43 Service Officer 43 Rhythm Rollers 3,43 Boots and Saddles Club 43 Spanish Assembly 4. Lopez, Connie --------------------------- --- Balladettes 43 Quarterly 4. Lopez, Esther -------------- --- Loring, john ------ --- Pep Squad 4. Luczkowski, Pat ---------- --- Rhythm Rollers 4. Ludwig, Bernadine ------------------------------- Band 2,3,43 Dance Committee 33 Pep Squad 43 Senior Council 43 Senior Office Committee3 Soc- ial I-Iour Committee 43 Head Drum Majorette 3,43 "September Sequence"3 Pirouette Club 4 fPresident 45 . Lukacs, Robert ----------------------------------- French Club 23 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 2. Lyerly, Sara ------------------------------------- Cheerleader 43 Dance Committee 2,33 Quarterly 23 Senior Council 43 Social Hour Committee 43 Tucsonian 2,3,43 Terpsichoros 3,43 Sunshiner's Modeling Club 3,43 Mid-Year Graduation Guard 4. Lyman, Guy ---------- --- Senior Council 4. McCarthy, Barbara --- -------- ---- - ----- McClusky, Sharlene ------------------------------ F.H.A. 2,33 Thespians 3,4 fTreasurer 453 Plays: "Passing of the Third Floor Backu, "She Stoops to Conquer", "Crime at Blossoms", "Berkeley Square". McCollum, Lorraine ------------------------------ Dance Committee 3,43 Thespians 43 Plays: "Charm School", "Berkeley Square"3 Pep Squad 43 Quarter- ly 3,43 Senior Council3 Senior Office Committee3 Social Hour Committee 43 Tucsonian 3,43 Mid- Year Graduation Guard 43 Sunshiners' Modeling Club 3,43 Pirouette Club 43 "September Sequence". McCorkle, Dick -------------------------- - ----.-- - Football 2,33 Intramural Sports 4. McGlamery, Don --------- .----..--...---.-.------ Senior Council 43 Social Hour Committee 4. McGowan, Nancy -----------.--- .-.--...-.-------- G.A.A. 3. Mclver, Charles ---------------. ------.-.-.--..--- Dance Committee 33 Letterman's Club 3,43 Senior Council 43 Track Squad 2,3,43 "3O" Club 2,3,43 Rhythm Rollers 2,3,43 Honor Service Society 2,3,4. McKerlie, Don ---------------.------.---.---.-..-- Band 2,3,43 I-yre's Club 43 Rhythm Rollers 4. McMillen, Donald ------------------.------.-----. McMillen, Mary ------------.----- --- Makarov, Dori .----.-----.---.------- -- Golf Club 23 Hot Rod Club 3. 2 Malchow Doroth , y ................................ National Art Honor Society 2,3,45 Pep Squad 4. Maldonado, Nellie ................................ Pep Squad 45 Radio Club 4. Manciet, Bob .........,,,,,,.,,,,-, ,H--,--- - - Intramural Sports 35 Quarterly 3,4. Mann, Bob ......e............,..,, --,---,,,,,,,,d Basketball Squad 2,35 Intramural Sports 25 junior Red Cross 2,3,45 Pep Squad 45 Social I-Iour Com- mittee 45 Allied Youth 3,45 Honor Service Society 2,3,4 fPresident 45. Manzo, Dick .....................,......,.,...... Baseball Squad 2,3,45 Dance Committee 25 Intra- mural Sports 2.35 Pep Squad 45 Social Hour Com- mittee 2,3,4 fPresident 455 Senior Guard 4. Manzo, Elvia ................................ I- F.H.A. 45 Modeling Club 4. Marcos, Austin - ...aa............................ - Basketball Squad 3,45 Intramural Sports 25 Quar- terly 4. Markins, Sue 2 ............ ,- ....,a --- .a..... ---- Marsh, Virginia R.,.........................,., --- Chronicle 45 Dance Committee 35 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 junior Red Cross 3,45 Pep Squad 45 Quarterly 45 Radio Club 25 Tennis Squad 3,45 Honor Service Society 4, - Marshall, Arlene .......... -- Martin, Edward ...... -- Martinez, Ana Marie ..... -- Martinez, Ernie ..... ---- - -- -- Martinez, Oscar --- ----- Martyn, Teta ........ - -------------- -------- - ---- Chronicle 3,4 QEditorial Board 435 Class Cabinet 45 junior Guard 35 junior Red Cross 2,35 Pep Squad 45 National Honor Society 45 Quar- terly 2,3,45 Senior Office Committee 45 Social Hour Committee 45 Student Body Secretary 45 Tennis Squad' 2,35 Tucsonian 35 I-Ionoii Service Society 2,3,45'Pirouette Club 45 Modeling Club 3,45 Soph. Council5 jr. Council5 Sr. G,uard,45 Salad Bowl Princess5' Rodeo Queen Attendant. Martz, Henrietta ...---- ---------- --------- ------ - Chronicle 35 junior Guard 35 junior Red Cross 2,35 Latin Forum 25 Pep Squad 4 QSecretary 455 Tucsonian 25 Honor Service Society 4. Maseeh, Bonnie ..------.------ ----------- - - Allegretto 3. Mashburn, Bob -------------- - ----------------- -- Baseball Squad 25 Football Squad 25 Intramural Sports Football 35 junior Red Cross 2,3. Mathis, Doris jean .....-------- ----------- - - junior Red Cross 2,3,45 Pep Squad 4. Matteson, Jeanne ..-----.----- ----------------- - - Class Council 2,35 Dance Committee 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 2 fTennisj5 junior Guard 35 junior Red Cross 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Pep Squad 45 Senior Office Committee 45 Social Hour Committee 45 Tennis Squad 3,45 Senior Guard 45 Service Officer, Red Cross Show 25 Traffic Council 45 ,Tucsonian 2,4. Matthews, Marllyn --------------- ----------------- Pep Squad 45 F.H.A. 45 Horseback Riding 4. May, Charlotte ......------- --------------------- Bridge Club 2,35 Skating Club 2. Mayer, .5 Pete ------------ -------- --------------- - - Football Squad 3,45 Golf Club 35 Intramural Sports 35 junior Guard 35 junior Red Cross 2,3,45 Letterman's Club 45 Quarterly 35 Hi-Y 4. 250 Meehan, Mary Lee ............. --------- -------- - Dance Committee 2, El Cervantes 2: G.A.A. 3,45 Girls' T. Club 45 Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Junior Guard 35 Junior Red Cross 35 National Honor Society 45 Pep Squad 45 "The Passing of Third Floor Back" 35 Quarterly 25 Tennis Squad 2,3,45 Tennis Team 3,45 Tucsonian 2,45 Ping-Pong Club 35 Hiking Club 25 Ski Club 2: Honor Service Society 4. Mejia, Mercy ........., -.. .....---- -- Pep Squad 45 Dance Club 4. Membrila, Raul .,................ ------------- - - Baseball Squad 2,35 Basketball Squad 25 Football Squad 2,35 Intramural Sports 4. Mendoza, Art .................... -.... - - Band 35 Lyre's Club 2. Mercure, Gene ............ -- Meyer, Nancy Lee .............. -- Band 2,35 Orchestra 2,3,4. Midler, Joe ..................................,..,, Chronicle 3,4 QEditorial Boardj5 National Honor Society 45 Quarterly 3,45 Boys' State Representaf tive 35 Radio Production Club 3. Miller, Richard .,,....,......... .. ................ - Arion 45 Balladeers 45 Junior Red Cross 2,35 Pep Squad 45 Skating Club 4. Miller, johnny, ..........I.,,.ee,................. Intramural Sports 45 Pep Squad 45 Rhythm Roll- ers. Miranda, Rachel --- -- Mitchell, Nancy ,-....,.e,,,,,,,,-,A -------- , , Pep Squad 45 Tucsonian 45 Pirouettes 4. Monier, Larry I-,,-,-,,A-------, ,-------MQw------- Football 2,3,45 junior Guard 35 Letterman's Club 3,45 Social Hour Committee 45 Track 2,3,4. Monreal, Charles ............ -,---,,,------- - -- Moody, Ron .......... H Radio Club 3,4. Moore, Shirley ....-..,.... ----,, , -,,-,,,-m.-- ----- Chronicle 3,45 Dance Committee 45 G.A.A. 2,3,4 qPresident 45 5 G.S.L. 3,45 Honor Service Society 45 Pep Squad 2,3,45 Senior.Office Committee 45 Tennis 35 Girls' T. Club 3,45 Junior Council 35 Red Cross Show 3. Morales, Apolino ...,,, q,------- - --,--- - Moran, Lois ,.-..-,,---,-, --,---- ------ - - G.A.A. 25 Rhythm Rollers 3. Moreno, joe M. .,....., --,,,,----- -------------- Badger Camera Clickers 45 junior Guard 35 Quarterly Photographer 4. Moreno, Olivia ......,.-- T -,,,,,,------ ------ - -- junior Guard 35 Pep Squad 45 F.B.L.A. 4. Morreale, Roland ........,, ,---,,,,,--. , ---,------ Senior Cabinet 45 Dance Committee 35 Flag Bear- er 35 French Club 35 Pep Squad 45 Quarterly 25 Bowling Club 25 National Honor Society 4. Morris, Lee -, I-- -----.------.--- ,----- -- Muirhead, Kay ..... -- Ski Club 4. Mullins, jack ..............-.....,,, ,-, ,- Baseball 25 Basketball 2 5Football 2. Munguia, Helen ............................. ..,-- junior Guard 35 Tucsonian 45 Terpsichoros 3,4. Munoz, Bennie --- --- -- Murphey, Mickey ................................. Balladeers 43 Baseball Squad 23 Intramural Sports 2,42 junior Red Cross 23 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 43 Arion Club 4. Murray, Henry .,.....,,,,,,,,,,- ,n Balladeers 43 Arion Club 4. Murray, jane ..,-,- ---,,,---,,---- ,,-- -,--,,,---,, .Allegretto 23 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 3,4 QQuarter- ly Editorial Board 433 Star Gazers 2. Murtaugh, Charles -cc -,,.---,,-.,,,--,.-,.,,, ,,, Intramural Sports 2. Musgrove, Eula Mae ,-,..- ,,,--,,--,-,,----,,,-- Narcho, Herman ...-....---,,.-,-,.--, -.---,,,-,, Intramural Sports 2,3,43 junior Red Cross 2,33 Letterman's Club 43 Pep Squad 43 Track Squad 2,3. Nelson, Norval ......,. ., ,...,,..---,,.--,,,,--,,,, - Chronicle 33 Intramural Sports 23 junior Guard 33 Ski Club 3,43 Horseback Riding Club 23 Rifle Club 2. Neston, Carole ,...... --- Coed Club 3. Newcomer, johnny ...............,,.......,....... Band 23 Pep Squad 43 Senior Council 43 Senior Office Committee 43 Social Hour Committee 3,4 fVice President 4j3 Swing Band 23 Boys' State Alternate 3. Newton, Martha ..,.......................,....... Chronicle 3,4 Qlixchange Editor 4j3 Golf Club 23 junior Red Cross 3,43 Honor Service Society 2,3,43 Horseback Riding Club 2. Nichols, Leila ..,......,......................... - Girls' Social Hour Fashion Show 43 Chronicle 2,33 Class Council 2,33 Dance Committee 2,3,43 G.A.A. 23 junior Red Cross 2,3,43 National Art Honor Society 3,43 Thespians 43 "Passing of the Third Floor Back" 33 "Berkeley Square" 43 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 2,33 Tucsonian 2,3,4Q Songleader 43 junior Red Cross Vaudeville Show 2,43 Honor Service Society 43 Dance Program 2. Nikas, Nick ................. ..........-.-.--. - -- Intramural Sports 2,3,43 Track Squad 2,3,4. Nimerfroh, Agnes ..................... ....--- - FHA 43 Coed Club 3. North, Dick ......-....... -- - Rifle Club 4. Novak, Howard ..,.........-.... --.--------- - ,Intramural Sports 2,3,43 Pep Squad 4. Nowell, Betty jo ........-......-. ----------------- Chronicle 43 Quarterly 43 Rhythm Rollers 4. Nuttall, Louise ..,....................... ....-.--- junior Red Cross 3,43 National Honor Service Society 4. Obregon, Lena ................................ --- Band 33 G.A.A. 43 G.S.L. 43 Quarterly 43 Bi- Chem-Phy 4g F.B.L.A. 43 Twirlers 3g National Honor Society 43 Girls! T. Club 4. Oden, Charles ................................... Basketball Squad 2,3,43 Letterman's Club 2,3,43 Pep Squad 43 Senior Council 43 Social Hour Com- mittee 4. Olander, Jeanette ................... ...........-. El Cervantes 2,31 Flag Bearer 23 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 4 Qliditorial Board 45 3 Tucsonian 23 Bridge Club 3,43 Pirouette Club 3,43 junior Council 33 junior Guard 3. O'Neal, JoAnn .............. ---.-. G.A.A. 3. Owen, Courtney --- --- Pacheco, Ramon ........... ...... ............. - - - Graphic Arts Club 3,42 Intramural Sports 23 junior Guard 33 Quarterly 43 Track Squad 23 Honor Service Society 2,3,4. Packard, Sara ........... ........ ..........,... .... Girls' T. Club 43 Chronicle 33 G.A.A. 2,3,43 In- tramural Sports 33 junior Guard 33 National Hon- or Society 4 QSecretary 453 Pep Squad 43 Quar- terly 3,43 Social Hour Committee 4 QPresident 45 3 Tennis Squad 2,33 Tucsonian 23 Honor Service Society 43 Girls' State Representative 33 House of Representatives 23 Senior Guard 4. A Padilla, Ernest .......,...............,........... El Cervantes 4 fVice-president 4j3 F.B.L.A. 3,43 Boys' State Representative 3. Palmer, Virginia ................................. El Cervantes 33 junior Red Cross 3,43 National Honor Society 43 Quarterly 43 Radio Club 33 Bridge Club 3,43 Honor Service Society 4. Palser, Gladys .............c...................... French Club 33 G.A.A.' 3,43 Girls' T. Club 43 Pep Squad 43 Pirouette Club 4. Panettieri, Mary ..,.....,.......-................. Pep Squad 43 Honor -Service Society 43 Bi-Chem- Phy 43 Rhythm Rollers 43 National Honor Society 4. Panettieri, Rosemarie ..............,..,,.,.., ,..., junior Red Cross 3,43 Pep Squad 4g Skating Club 43 Bi-Chem-Phy 43 Model Airplane Club 43 Honor Service Society 3,4. Pare, Margaret ....-,,...-- -,..---,,-----, M,--- - , , French Club 3,4 fSecretary 3, President 4j3 Na- tional Art Honor Society 23 National Honor So- ciety 43 Quarterly 3,43 Raqueteers Club 43 Sci- ence Fiction Club 43 Bi-CherrifPhy 4. Paris, Dorothy ......-.-,...---,,,,,, -,-,----,-,-- junior Red Cross 2,31 National Art Honor So- ciety 43 Senior Council 4. Pate, Clyde ....,....,,....-,....-, -,,,--- - M Intramural Sports 3,43 Rifle Club 4. Patton, Dora .........-..... .,.,..--,,,,---, ,,-,-- Pefley, Marjorie ................-.,..,- ,.,,--,-,,- G.A.A. 2,3,43 Girls' T. Club 3,43 National Art Hon- or Society 23 National Honor Society 43 Music Ap- preciation Club 3,43 Honor Service Society 43 Star Gazers 3. Perez, Carmen ....... -- --- Perham. Helene c..............,............ --- Allegro 3,43 Balladeers 3,43 Allegretto 2. Perkins, john ................................ --- Perrin, David ........ . ...,.............,... , ...... Football Manager 3,43 Intramural Sports 23 junior Guard 33 Letterman's Club 2. Perry, Caralee ......,............................ junior Guard 3g National Art Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 4g Terpsichoros 3,4. Perry, Ted ...............c........... ............ junior Guard 33 Quarterly 23 Tucsonian 2g "30" Club 3 Wiceapresident 413 Varsity Track Man- ager. Pesqueira, Bob ................................... Baseball 2,33 Basketball 2,33 Class Cabinet 43 Class Officer 2,3,43 Dance Committee 2,3,43 I-'lag Bear- er 23 National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 43 Senior Council 43 Senior Office Committee 43 Social Hour Committee 43 Tennis 43 Senior Guard 4. 251 Peterson, Kay ..., H- Peterson, Ronald ........,....,...,,,, H ,,- Flag Bearer 53 Intramural Sports 3,4. Peyatt, Earl ......................-..,. ,-, Pfrimmer, Mary .................................. Badger Camera Clickers 3,43 Chronicle 3,4. Phillips, Ponder .... ......................... --- Phininzy, Salome -- --- Pierson, Carl Etta ..............-..-..... ......... Pinkerton, Bill ................................... Cheer Leader 43 Dance Committee 33 Golf Club 2,33 Intramural Sports 23 Social Hour Committee 4. Pitluck, Elaine ................................... Dance Committee 33 G.A.A. 3,43 junior Red Cross 33 National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 43 Senior Council 43 Senior Office Committee 43 Tucsonian 43 Honor Service Society 3,43 Allied Youth 43 F.B.L.A. 4. Ponton, Bill ...................... ............ - -- Orchestra3 Pep Squad 43 Rhythm Rollers. Pool, Mary Lou .................................. Graphics Art Club 23 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly Production 3,43 Sunshine Modeling 3,4 QPresi- dent 45. Porter, Doran .................. ................., Balladeers 33 Football Squad 33 Intramural Sports 2,33 Letterman's Club 2,3,43 Track 2,3,4. Potter, Elma Faye ........................ --- Powers, Camilla ,................................. Thespians 3,43 "She Stoops To Conquer", "The Passing of the Third Floor Back", "Crime At Blossoms", "Berkeley Square',', 3,4. Prentiss, Virginia ......................... --- ,Allegreto 23 Balladeers 3,43 G.A.A. 2,3. Preston, Susana ........................ --- Pep Squad 4. Ramirez, Bob .................................... Golf Club 2,33 Letterman's- Club 3,43 Golf 2,3,4. Ramos, Elvira .......................... .......... Ramsden, Paula ................................... Balladettes 43 El Cervantes 23 G.A.A. 2,3,43 junior Red Cross 2,33 Pep Squad 43 Thespians 33 Plays: "Charm School" 43 Sunshiner's Modeling Club 3,4. Ramsey, George ..................... .............. Football 33 Intramural Sports 2,3,43 Latin Forum 33 Pep Squad 43 Allied Youth 33 Fencing Club 43 "September Sequence"3 National Honor Society 4. Ramsey, john .............. ....,.................. Chess Club 3,43 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 4. Rasche, Clair ................ ............... - -- Read, Mary Carol ................ ...-----.------- G.A.A. 2,3,43 G.S.L. 43 Girls' T. Club 43 National Art Honor Society 2,3,43 Pep Squad 43 Projection,- ist Club 4. Reed. Dorrie ...... - --- Allegretto 23. Regal, Ruth ...... --.------- ----- - - - Allegretto 33 Quartette 4. Reinhard, Eli ..------ --------- ------------- ------ Chess Club 2,3,43 Flag Bearer 33 Intramural Sports , 2,33 Latin Forum 2,33 Forensic Society 43 Ping Pong Club 3. 252 Reyes, Hope ....................... ..........-. - -- Chronicle 4g G.A.A. 2,3,43 G.S.L. 3,4 CPresident 453 Girls' T. Club 3,43 Intramural Sports 2,43 junior Guard 33 National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 3,4 fl-lead Typist 453 Ad- vance Tennis 43 Tucsonian 43 F.B.L.A. 3,43 Honor Service Society 4. Reynaga, Comelius ..........a....... ........-..- Balladeers 2,33 junior Guard 33 National Art Hon- or Society 3,43 Model Airplane Builders Club. Richardson, Cathy ....................., .......... Rico, Fred ...............,.......... ............. Baseball 23 Basketball 2,33 Dance Committee 23 National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 43 Social Hour Committee 2,3,43 Hi-Y 2.3. Rico, jennie ................,..... --- Pep Squad 4. Rincon, Benny ...IA.....................,. ........ Baseball 2,3,43 Flag Bearer 23 Football 2,33 Intra- mural Sports 43 Letterman's Club 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Boys' State Representative 3. Rivera, Artie ...................................... Allegretto3 Pan-American Club. Rivera, Frank .........,..,.,.... --- Robinson, Carolyn .... --- F.B.L.A.Q F.H.A. Robinson, Joyce .... --- Robson, jon ................e,..,-,.Lc,-.......... Cheer Leader 3,43 Class Cabinet 43 Dance Commit- tee 3,43 Intramural Sports 23 National Honor So- ciety 43 Thespians 2,3,4 4President 453 Plays: "The Wonder Hat", "She Stoops to Conquer", "Charm School", "Crime at Blossoms"3 Senior Office Committee 43 Vicepresident Student Body 43 Boys' State Representative 33 junior Council3 Sophomore Council3 Senior Guard 4. Rodriguez, Oscar ..................... --- Rojas, Evangeline --- --- F.B.L.A. 3,4. Romero, Alex .............................,.....- Graphic Arts Club 2,3,43 Intramural Sports 2,43 Quarterly 3,43 Track 2,33 Honor Service Society 4. Romero, Gloria .....-..............--..--.,......, Graphic Arts Club 2,3,43 Quarterly 2,3,4. Romero, Max ..................,.--..,......-.... Ruelas, Bertha .................. ..... Pep Squad 43 F.B.L.A. 4. Rundel, jack ..................c......... .....- junior Red Cross 2,3,4Q Pep Squad 4. Ryan, Danny ....................,-,-.., .,.,,,, Intramural Sports3 Hot-Rod Club. Ryder, Nancy ........,............-.............. Dance Committee 43 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Girls' T. Club 43 junior Red Cross 2,41 Pep Squad 43 Senior Office Committee 43 Tennis 3,45 Tucsonian 23 Ski Club3 Honor Service Society "September Se- quence" 4. Sabor, Rose ......................... --- Co-ed Club 2,33 Skating Club 2. Sadowsky, Morty .................... -,, Intramural Sportsg Pep Squad 4. Samz, Margie ............................ 1 ...... - Councilman 23 Junior Red Cross 3,45 F.B.L.A. QVice-president 453 Honor Service Society 33 Red Cross Representative 2.3. Sakir. Andree .................................... Chronicle 3,43 Flag Bearer 33 National Art Honor Society 2,3,43 National Honor Society 43 Quar- terly 3. Sakrison, Dave .,,,,---,,----------.,,,,,--------- Intramural Sports 2,33 junior Guard 33 National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 43 Radio Club 33 Track 2,3,43 Ski Club 4. Salctdo, Theresa ,.,,,.,.. -- --- --- Sancet, Sally ....------------------ ---------------- Chronicle 33 Class Cabinet 43 Dance Committee 23 G.A.A. 2,3,4Q G.S.L. 3,43 Girls' T. Club 3,4 QSecretary 41 3 Thespians 3,43 Pep Squad 43 Plays: "Charm School"3 Senior Office Committee 43 Social Hour Committee 4g Tucsonian 3,4 fProduc- tion Manager 41 3 Sunshiner's Modeling Club 3,43 Terpsichoros 3,43 "September Sequence" 33 Rodeo Queen 43 Song Leader 43 Mid Year Gradu- ation Guard3 "Rhythm, Line and Color"3 "Down to Earth"3 "Out of This 'World"3 Christmas Pro- gram 3,4. Sanchez, Alex --- - Sanchez, Dave .... --- Sanford, Stirling --- --- Sasse, Kate ......-------- ----------------- -------- Chronicle 3,4 QManaging Editor 413 Dance Com- mittee 33 Junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 2,3,4 fChairman 33 Council 413 Latin Forum 43 Na- tional Art Honor Society 3,43 National Instru- mental Music Society 3,43 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 33 Senior Council 43 Senior Office Committee 43 Social Hour Committee 43 Tennis 33 Tucsonian 3,43 Honor Service Society 3,43 Radio Production Club 33 "September Sequence" 43 Bridge Club 2. Schell, Janie ------------------------------------- Chronicle 43 Dance Committee 2,35 El Cervantes 33 French Club 43 Latin Forum 33 Pep Squad 43 Social Hour Committee 43 Tucsonian 43 Honor Service Society Nice-President1. Schlachtfeld, David .............e,.. --- Intramural Sports 2,3,4. Schmieder, jean ....................e............. Intramural Sports 33 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 43 Horseback Riding Club 23 Modeling Club 3,4-. Schneck, joan ................................. ..- Pep Squad 3. Schneider, Steve ..,....................... ....... Basketball 2,33 Chronicle qliditorial Board 413 Class Cabinet 43 Dance Committee 3,43 Football 23 Intramural Sports 43 National Honor Society 4 fPresident 413 Pep Squad 43 Boys' State Repre- sentative 33 Senior 'Guard 4. Scholl, Barbara ................ --- Schroeder, Tom ...,.................. a......----- Social Hour Committee 23 Quarterly 23 Intra- mural Sports 2, Dance Committee 23 Football 23 junior Red Cross 23 Tucsonian 23 Allied Youth 2. Schumaker, Lois ..... - ------ - Balladeers 3,4. Schwenkler, Marian --- --- F.B.L.A. 4. Scott, Greeta ..... --- -------- - --- Scott, Pat ....... ..-.------------- -------------- - - - Chronicle 3,43 Dance Committee 23 El Cervantes 2,3,43 Pep Squad 43 Plays: "Charm SCIIOOIUQ Bridge Club 2,3,4 QPresident 413 Honor Service Society 43 "September Sequence"3 Sunshiner's Modeling Club 3,4. Seal, Vivian ....................... ........---. - - G.A.A. 2,3,43 G.S.L. 3,43 Girls' T. Club 8,43 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 2,33 National Honor Society 43 Tennis 3,4. Seamands, Don .................... .............. Flag'Bearer 2,33 junior Red Cross 2.3.4 fPresi- dent 413 National Honor Society 43 Honor Ser- vice S-ociety 3,43 Bi-Chem-Phy 4. Seeley, Nadyne ...................... -- Shannon, Barbara .... -- Shaw, Beverly .......... . ....... .... - -- Shea, Florence ................................... Chronicle 4 QHead Typist 413 Intramural Sports 2,3,4. Shea, Monica ..-....................,............. Chronicle 4 fEditorial Board 413 El Cervantes 33 junior Red Cross 3,43 National Honor Society 43 Honor Service Society 3,43 Co-ed Club 33 Music Appreciation Club 4. Sherfey, Barbara ......... --- G.A.A. 2. Shusterman, Frieda ---- --- Siegal, Gloria ....... --- Balladeers 2,3,4. Sillik, Willie .......--.---,..................,.... Football 2,3,43 Letterman's Club 3,43 Pep Squad 43 Track 23 Hi-Y 2,3. Silvain, Consuelo ..... ............................ Simley, Ann ...................... ..............-. Chronicle 43 French Club 2,33 Junior Red Cross 33 National Honor Society 43 Quarterly 43 Tuc- sonian 43 Honor Service Society 3,43 Boots and Saddles Club 43 F.B.L.A. 4. Sinclair, Aldine .................................. Dance Committee 2,33 El Cervantes 33 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Girls' T. Club 2,3,43 Intramural Sports 2,33 junior Guard 33 National Honor Society 43 Pep Squad 43 Tennis 33 Tucsonian 2,33 Tennis Club 23 Allied Youth 33 Honor Service Society 3,43 Bi-Chem-Phy 2,33 Junior Red Cross 3. Sitz, Ronnie ..................................... Football 2,3,43 Lettermaris Club 43 Track 2,3,4. Sloan, Bernard ................................. - Chronicle 43 Intramural Sports 43 Ski Club 4. Slutes, Don ..................................... - Chronicle 4g Intramural Sports 2: Golf Club 2,31 junior Red Cross 2,33 National Honor Society 43 Pep S-quad 43 Quarterly 3,4Q Social Hour Com- mittee 43 Golf 2,3,4. Smith, Helen ..................... ...... - -- Rhythm Rollers 43 F.B.L.A. 4. Smith, Jane Ellen ................................ Allegretto 43 G.A.A. 43 Pep Squad 43 Rifle Club 4. Smith, jean ...................................... Dance Committee 33 Flag Bearer 3g Golf Club '2,3,43 National Instrumental Music Society 43 Drchestra 2,3,43 Concertmaster 3,43 Scribblem Club 2,33 Honor Service Society 2,3,43 Instrumental Quartette. Smith, joan ..................................... Spalding, Bill ..........a.......................... Basketball 23 Intramural Sports 3g junior Guard 33 Pep Squad fi. Steele, Daisy ..................................... Chronicle 33 Boots and Saddles Club 33 F.H.A. 3. Stires, Helen ....................... .... ............ Allegro 43 Allsgretto 33 Balladeers 43 Dano: Gom- mittee 33 junior Guard 3. 2 Stofft, Kathy .--.-,,,,, ----------------- -------- - - 61 Chronicle 2,3,45 Class Cabinet 45 Dance Commit- tee 3,45 Mid-Year Graduation Flag Bearer 45 Plays: "Charm School"5 Quarterly 35 Senior Office I Committee 45 Social Hour Committee 45 Tucson- ian 2,3,4 fliditor 455 Terpsichoros 3,4 CSecre- tary 35 Honor Service Society 45 Songleader 45 "Rhythm, Line and Color" 35 "Down to Earth"5 "Out of This World" 45 Senior Trip Committee5 Rodeo Queen Contestant 45 Christmas Dance Pro- gram 3,4. Stockwell, Ann ..,ee......c,......--,,c,...c,.... GI Allegretto 35 Chronicle 3,45 Class Cabinet 45 Dance Committee 2,35 junior Red Cross 45 National Honor Society 45 Pep Squad 45 F.B.L.A. 3,45 Co- ed Club 3 QTreasurer 35 5 F.H.A. 45 Swing Band 4. Stone, Peter .,.e......,,,......e,. ,. .-,,,..,e,,,,.. 61 Stamp Club 2,3,4 QPresident 455 Bi-Chem-Phy 2,3. Strassburger, Bill ,.... .. .,e....,,.e...,,....,,.e,,.. Gl Dance Committee 2. Strasser, Buck ...,,a,.. .-- - 61 Summers, Earline --- M- til Pirouettes 4. Sundt, Marijohn ,......,......e.....,a...e,....... 61 Cheer Leader 3,45 Class Cabinet 45 CAA. 2.35 junior Guard 35 Dance Committee 2,35 junior Red Cross 2,35 National Honor Society 3.45 Senior Office Committee 45 Social Hour Connnittec 45 Tucsonian 2,35 Senior Guard 45 lntramural Sports 2. Sutherland, Evelyn ....,..... --2 61 Allegro 35 Allegretto 3. Swanick, Bernard ........ 2..- 61 "30" Club 2. Sweeney, Mary ..,,.....,,....,,. . ...- 61 Allied Youth 2,3,45 Sub Deb 4. Szerlip, Billy ...........,,....... -a- 62 Talley, Russell ............Y............Y,,. - 62 Pep Squad 45 Social Hour Committee 4. Tannebaum, Ted ...........,.....,,.... ..- --- 62 Intramural Sports 3,4. Talmage, Terry .....a.t...e.u.....,a... - ........., 62 Dance Committee 2,3,45 El Cervantes 45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 2,35 junior Guard 35 junior Red Cross 45 National Art Honor Society 3,45 Pep Squad 45 Senior Office Committee 45 Tennis Squad 3,45 Tucsonian 45 Sophomore Ten- nis Club 25 Honor Service Society 3,45 Allied Youth 3. Tanner, Clifford e....... ..... - --- - - --- 62 Taylor, Dorothy ......,......,.... --- 62 Rhythm Rollers 45 F.B.L.A. 4. Taylor, Ruth ......,......,.....,Y --- 62 Temple, Marilyn --- -- --- 62 Tenney, Carol .....,.....,s.....e.... --- 62 Pep Squad 45 Rhythm Rollers 4. Thayer, jerry .................... --2 62 Intramural Sports. Thomas, Fred ..,..........,.....,.....,,......... 62 Band 45 Baseball Squad 25 Intramural Sports 2, 3,45 Pep Squad 45 Hi-Y 2,3. Tipton, Clara .....I.....................2.....-2,. 62 Allegro 3,45 Allegretto 25 Balladeers 3,45 G.A.A. 45 Organ Club 3,4. Tolson, Kay .................-,.........22...-..-- 62 Chronicle 35 Dance Committee 45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 G.S.L. 2,3,45 Girls' T. Club 3,4 fPresident 455 Junior Guard 35 junior Red Cross 2,3,45 Council 455 Pep Squad 45 Senior Council 45 Senior Office Committee 45 Tennis Squad 35 Tucsonian 25 Allied Youth 3,4 QVice-president 355 Assembly Committee 35 Mid-Year Graduation Guard 4. 254 Toll e, jerry ...........--......................... Baseball Squad 2,3,45 Basketball Squad 2,3,45 Class Cabinet 45 Class Officer 35 Dance Com- mittee 2,3,45 Dean's Committee 35 junior Guard 35 Letterman's Club 3,45 Pep Squad 45 Senior Council 45 Senior Office Committee 45 Social Hour Committee 45 Student Body Officer 4. Torres, Dick T...,.,......,..........s... .......,, T osi Trej Baseball Squad 2,3,45 Letterman's Club 3,45 Quarterly 3.4. , Pete .....,..........., -I- Intramural Sports 3,4. o, V Rosie .....,,..... Q- Tucker. Carol ,.... --- Pep Squad 4. Tucker, Violet -- --- 'l'ud Tull or, Pat .....,,,.. - ...,Y,......,,....,.,I. --- Badger Camera Clickers 45 Quarterly 4. y, Charlotte -------------------------------- -- El Cervantes 25 Junior Flag Bearer 35 Pep Squad 45 F.B.L..-X. 45 Rhythm Rollers 4. Turner, jack ----- -- --- I --- Turner, Paula .--- - --..- -W junior Red Cross 4. Turner, Sadie ------ ------.---..- .--- - . .----W--- Allegretto 45 Chronicle 45 Pep Squad 45 Tucsonian 4. Turpen, Pat ----------------- .. ------------ .. ----I - Chronicle 45 Class Cabinet 25 Dance Committee 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 25 -lunior Red Cross 2,3,45 Pep Squad 45 Senior Office Com- mittee 45 Tennis 3,45 Mid4Year Graduation Guard 45 "September Sequence" 4. Tweedle, Glenna --.. ------------------------- - . Chronicle 3,45 Pep Squad 45 Tucsonian 4. Valdenegro, Daniel ------------------------------- Basketball 3,45 Intramural Sports 25 Letterman's Club 45 Pep Squad 4. Valdez, Estella ----- .--- - -- Pep Squad 4. Valdez, Joel ---------------------- - junior Guard 35 Rifle Club 4. Valencia, Virginia -------------- - Vale junior Red Cross 2. nzuela, Mary ----------- - Graphic Arts Club 2. Valles, Fred ------.------------------------------ Baseball Squad 2,3,45 Letter1nan's Club 3,45 Quarterly 4. Intramural Sports 3,45 V2lllCOllllC, Shirley -----..-----...----...--......- Dance Committee 25 Red Cross Chairman 2,3 QAC- tivity Chairman 45. VanSant, Katherine ----- --------...----- ..---.-.. National Honor Society 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Social Hour Committee 45 Stamp Club 35 Racqueteers 45 Stu- dent Employment Exchange 4. VanZandt, Mary .--....-.-...-----...------------- Music Appreciation 3,45 Honor Service Society 3. Vasquez, Alice ----.------.----------------------- El Cervantes 2,3,45 G.A.A. 4. Vasquez, Frank -----.---------------------------- El Cervantes 2,3 QSergeant-at-arms55 Hi-Y 3,45 Pep Squad 45 Orchestra 4. Vasquez, Laura -- ......-....... ..-...---------- - -- junior Red Cross 25 Majorette 45 Sophomore Representative 25 junior Red Cross Show. Villa. Arthur --- --- Villa. Aurelia --- --- Vingino, Don .. ...,.......,..,.,,.....,.....A.,... , Baseballg Basketball3 Football3 junior Red Cross. Volk, Max ,.,.......,......,.......... . . ..,..... - Intramural Sports 23 junior Guard 33 Radio Club 23 Tennis 2.3.43 Debate Club 43 Science Club 2,33 Ski Club. IN ide. Henry ..,,.........,.....vA....,.... ,-- Chess Cluh3 Football3 Senior Council. Il ide. Yvonne .-,,,.,.....,.-,,...--.C,,...--,, -A Allegro 43 Balladeers 4: Chronicle 2.3.43 Class Cabinet 2.33 Class Council 43 Dance Committee 2.3.43 GAA. 2.3.43 Girls' T. Club 3,43 Intramural Sports 2,33 junior Red Cross 43 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 2.33 Senior Council 43 Senior Office Committee 43 Tennis 2,33 Tucsonian 2.3.43 Ski Club 2,33 Song Leader 43 Pirouette Club 4 QVice- IJTCSIKICHIJQ junior Red Cross Vaudeville Show 2.3.43 Dance Program 23 Mid-Year Graduation 4. IX1gner.john .,e....-.-,, ..... .e,A. - ...,,,,...., C - Football 3,43 Golf Club 2.33 Junior Guard 33 Let- lerman's Club 43 Allied Youth 3,4. alker. Don R. ,....,. ,,..,..,, - -W Band 2.43 junior Guard altuck. -lack ......,e.....,,....,,,,...,,e...,, Chess Club 23 Intramural Sports 2.3.43 junior Guard 33 Magic Club 23 Science Club 2.3: De- bate Club 4 Wresitlentj. andersce. .losephine ,,e.e..v ., ,.,.,,,,,...-, C National Honor Society 43 Quarterly 4. ard. Ruth C ...,,,... , ,,,..-.,,... WU- , Pep Squad. arren. Beach neu--. .,,, ---WW---,,,..-..-,..,..-, Dance Committee 33 Football 23 Intramural Sports 2.3.43 junior Red Cross Show 43 Junior CIIZITCIQ Pep Squad 43 Social Hour Committee3 Track 23 Hi-Y. IVarren. jim .,,.,,, -, ..e,,,..-.,,., .,,ee---,,,--,-- Chronicle 43 Dance Committee 3.43 Football 33 Golf Club 2.3.43 Letterman's Club 2.3.43 Senior Council 43 Social Hour Committee 3,43 Golf 2,3,4. IVatson, La Verne .,e...,e....,.... Y.....,,...,..- G.A.A. 23 Quarterly 43 Tucsonian 3.43 Co-ed Club 4. W eaver, jo ,...,........,...Y... ....v.....------- Allegro 3,43 Balladeers 3,43 F.H.A. 43 Honor Service Society 4. Weaver, Opal e............ ........Y,..Y - F.H.A. 43 Honor Service Society 4. WN ebster, Pat ...e................,... - IN eil, Loretta ......... ..... - Band 2.33 Orchestra 2.3. W eitzel, Merlenya ............- ........-.-.---Y --Y- Chronicle 2.33 National Art Honor Society 2.3.43 Treasurer 43 Quarterly 2.3.4 QArt Editor 453 Tucsonian 4. Welch, Barbara .........-.. .-...--- -------------- Graphics Art Club 43 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 43 Senior Council 4g F.B.L.A. 3,43 FHA 4. Mlentz. Darlene ............ ......--- .------------ - Dance Committee 3g junior Council3 Terpsi- choros 4. Wentz, Helen ..... ...- ----- Pep Squad 4. Werstler. john ........ --..-------------- ---------- Baseball 2g Basketball 2,45 Letterman's Club 2,43 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 4g Senior Council 4. VVesson, Dolores ......... --- Vfestmoreland, Mary jane ......A........c... ..,-.- Chronicle 3,43 Councilman 43 Dance Committee 2-.33 G..-LA. 2.3.43 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 2.3.43 Pep Squad 43 Play: "Charm School" 33 Quarterly 3.43 Senior Council 43 Social Hour Committee 43 Tucsonian 3,43 Honor Service So- ciety 2,3.43 Songleader 43 Terpsichoros 43 Senior Guard 4. Vlhisler, Gordon .,e,........, ...... - - Basketball 23 Intramural 2,3,4. XVhite, Dick .,...,,.............. -- White. Sue jo 3-.- ,-- IVhite, Susan ..,,,...e , .........,,,.......,,...,.. Dance Committee 2333 GAA. 2.3.43 junior Guard 33 National Art Honor Society 2.3.4 fVice-presi- dent 4j 3 Pep Squad 43 Quarterly 3.43 Social Hour Committee 43 Tucsonian 3.43 House of Represen- tatives 33 Terpsichoros 3.4. White, VValter ...,,,. ,- ..,e.. -,- Chess Club 3,4. lVhiting. Frank ,.,,..,,.....ee...,,....,. ........ I.etterman's, Club -I3 Track Squad 23 Intramural Board 2.3.43 Intramural Manager 4. lX'ilcox. George e,..,,,,. .......,,e.....,...... Y -- Dance Committee 33 Intramural Sports 33 junior Guard 33 junior Red Cross 33 Pep Squad 43 Senior Council 43 Track 23 Golf Club 23 Fencing Club 4. IVilfortl. Janice --- ,,.,...,,..,,,,.. .. .,,...e, ---H Sophomore Representative 23 Pep Squad 43 Needlework Club 23 Rhythm Rollers 4. Il'ilkinson. Arthur ...e,,...,,,...,,...,.....,.... Intramural Sports 2.3.43 junior Red Cross 2,33 Social Hour Committee 43 Tennis 33 Tucsonian 33 Hi-Y 2.3.43 Swimming 3. Willett. Ronald ,,..., - ,,...,,,e...,e.e....,,....,, Iialladeers 33 .-Irion Club 33 Barbershop Quar- tette 4. IVilliams. Anne eeee..eeeee....,,e......,e,...,,. - Pep Squad 43 F.B.L.A. 43'Rhythm Rollers 4. IVilliams. Beth ..,,.....,,,e.....,e, ...,,,....,, Band 2.3.43 Orchestra 23 Honor Service Society 33 Band Secretary 43 Band Custodian 3.4. I'Vil1iams, Don ..Y,......,,e.....e,e.....e,. - Intramural Sports 3,4. Williamson. Pat ...,,,.....,,,.....,e...,.e...,,.. Dance Committee 23 Pep Squad 4g Quarterly 3,43 Rhythm Rollers 3.4. Wilson, Ann ..,,......,.......,......,,.......e... Chronicle 2.3.43 Flag Bearer 23 Latin Forum 2.33 National Honor Society 43 Quarterly 3,43 Bi- Chem-Phy 33 Star Gazers 2,3,4. Wilson. Dave ...,,.....,.,.....................,.. Band 33 Quarterly 43 Swing Band 3.43 Hi-Y 3,43 Honor Service Society 3.4. Wilson, Hosea ..............e.............,....... Football 23 Intramural Sports 43 Club 4. 'Winbush, Cleona ................,......... - junior Red Cross 2,3,43 Pep Squad 4, Wise. Bob ,........................... - Basketball 2.33 Hi-Y 4. Witherow, Millie ....... - Wolff, Gloria --- - Wood, Carol ........................... - Co-ed Club 2,33 Skating Club 3. 255 Q Woods, Bill .......-..,-,.... - Band, Balladeersj Lyre's .Clubixriong,-Cllr-ablein Wood, Dick --,-e.a ....,.......,.-.......,-.... --, Baslgetball 43 Balladeersg Lyre's Club, Arion Clubg Track, Band. X p 'x A Young, Norma .... ' i --Q Worthington, Bill -- --, Zerby, Guy ..... .-.. 4 -, Baker, Richard ..,,.............. ,M ' Baseball 45 Intramural Sports. Bowles, Connie .............-.. --- Brena, Alice ,.... .,--.... ----- - - - Clay, jim ....................., 4 ...,,-,.-. H, Football 25 Junior Red Cross 2,3,4. Hall, Gayann .....-..,,---,,.--,, ,--------- , -- G.A.A. 4g Debate Club 45 Rifle Club 4. ',.,-'H I T250 5 47 1 fVf4lV l Y ' , ,xg R. 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