Tucson High School - Tucsonian Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

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V ,JW , Exam Q ' ,ws :riff K4 I 1 5 " 2 M i H'-1. ox? it S355 2+ wi 5.335 Q :gg ESM Ui' v ' 5 V1 I U 3 -Qsxffw wgss 'S U me nb tx n 5 N Q. is QQ- V X T, gk x, 1 , , rg k H? 35, QQ? iq ,Aa I XY WG X A , ' 3, f Z" fe X. - ' ei A A if tw xl -- W f7sf2s1f.,iQs,,Q ' 1 - 4 My : 1:??' ZPQQFQQXQ ,J--K ,Q--a f ' fm' K K - , ggskigg:wE.,.f ' am, f- 'Ffa' :5."?' 10.575 vwzfii? if i 2" x o X ifg ,W 5. "Tr WW 3 -L ,Li N yum. X. if Q Q N.: 'aw' Aw ws 'G Q35 g fligzfff f mneaawag, :Mama F .1,ffPfLj kwadaq U ,fgk-A ' 'balm J 5 iw T .fy if Af is ' .Q ff! ' 0 44 J ff N XZ? f 5 Q o- PX N flisgf z PRINCIPAL ANDY TOLSON At the head of the faculty is Andy Tolson. The immensity of his iob is indicated by the fact that, as principal of THS, he has charge of some 3,300 students and a faculty of 143. A fact that may surprise some people is that before becoming principal he coached base- ball and cub football. Some teachers have as many extra-curricular activities as the students. Such a teacher is Gs MISS CALANTHE BRAZELTON Dean of Girls Miss Calanthe Brazelton. Aside from the duties as Dean of Girls she sponsors Honor Service Society and Junior Red Cross. Boys need guidance as well as girls. Doing a fine iob as Dean of Boys is Mr. Herb Cooper. Having charge of attendance and making home calls to parents is a big iob in itself, but Mr. Cooper also finds time to be Student Council I U ff lxs W adviser. at .A Tu vb'5 Q fi if MR. HERB COOPER Dean of Boys if- LQ if P H ROBERT D. MORROW Superintendent of Schools "Keeping everybody working together is my main iob," says Mr. Robert D. Morrow, superintendent of Tucson Public Schools. During his term, Mr. Morrow has seen the Tucson school enrollment soar upward from 12,000 in 1941 to approximately 25,000 this year. His four degrees he obtained, in' his own words, at "eight or nine" colleges including George Washington, Columbia, Gallaudet, and Arizona. ' I . ... . , S T? "ii 5 gg 1 ,,,x ' A it 1 fi? sl 'J f '- . Tyiiiii v ,...: ,r iwww f V A ,V . M f 1 . in ' . ' . C. A. CARSON Assistant After 20 years as THS principal, C. A. Carson, three years ago, became Assistant Superintendent, of Schools in charge of co-ordi- nation of the selection of personnel and cur- riculum. Twin duties belong to Rollin T. Gridley, principal of Adult Evening School and vice- principal of THS. Earning his degrees at Arizona and Wis- consin, he became THS coach in 1937. Ten years later he became vice-principal. ROLLIN T. GRIDLEY Vice-Principal or Q Counselors-Row 1: Laura Gale, Miriam Geyer, Helen Nau, Mary Balch. Row 2: Curtis Anderson, Martha Whitaker, Paul Koch, Herman Klenck. Not pictured: Mr. Logan. . . . and secretaries ii' wi , ,r r . X , 1 , f at ' Marion Rider A the .fs we X Attendance - ,Q , 57 , fe I ' . lx ' Q, Elizabeth Chilson Registrar Top-Maxine Ackley, Leona Kortilla Bottom-Ada Metz, Ruth Troutman. CAFETERIA STAFF efficient a n d cheerful they serve us. . . JANITORIAL STAFF we don't envy their hours but we appreciate their work. . . Row 'l: Willie Kendrick, Frank Rodripuez, Charles Calvillo, William Wilbur, Arturo Meiias, Manuel Mejias, Le l a Robinson, Robert Molina. Row 2: Daniel Verdiezco, Alvino Ramirez, James Gibbons, Ricardo Leon, Frank Tel- lez, Clara Steele, Mike telum Z Riesgo, M a n u el Gas- Row 1: Sherwood, laccino, Danielson, Kennedy, Gib- bons, Walker. Row 2: Myers, Sullivan, Morton, Rotman, Paris, Ethridge. Row 3: Tyra, Hart, Ellis, Delfs, Ma rtin, Michael, Rogers. Row 4: Anken- bauer, Kelly, Cunningham, Wilson, Daugherty. Row 5: Vermillion, Genung, DiLor- enzo, Jenkins. ROBERT GLADYS lRENE WILLIAM SAXTON KNEZ BROYLES FRERKINS Policeman 1 T . :,,: : R Q A A s l , I 1 I. f 'v ESTELLA ELVINA LOTTIE A. C. WILLIAM GRADILLAS SANCHES WILLIAMS DOWNS HOLT BOOKSTORE MAINTENANCE MR. GANOUNG 103 -47-1 2 Ni, rw 'I ob l ' i .-X Q. 000, Oo NE D 1 kiln., I Evening fduczz Do your parents ditch school? Out of 2,800 pupilsfsome must get the urge once in a while, especially when they don't have to go to detention. Sixty-five courses are offered for pupils who comet to really study. A popular course for women is practical home mechanics, where they learn to repair broken wires, patch cement and mend electric appliances The history of evening school began in 1943 when apprentice classes were held. They expanded in 1950 when our voca- tional building was completed. Several classes that resulted were: lip-reading, painting, auto mechanics, refrigeration, and many others. Some of our parents can now appre- ciate our stacks of books and the long hours of classes we endure. V A A P 86' MARGUERITE LINA VlOLA CLAIRE RUTH ALLEN HOLLOWAY JENSON MclLLHENNEY WYNNE tim Adu!! LATHE CLASS T :V s. x ff"'g4w L. MECHANICAL DRAWING gf if AIRPLANE Iv .Im :WEA I wg W S Sf 1 R ,BX 'ax I NBAA V IT 1 Y, R -,bg , I -V J Lg V :f Q ,L,-f I 'L ' I , V H ' i CURTIS PHYLLIS BEULAH GLENWOOD ANN ANDERSON ANGEL BOYD BROYLES CAUDILL fnglzslz I L I A I 3 E A 3'2- -R H6999 I 0 Q ' - ANNA Q HUGHES if 21-A S 33. , "Z I. A X Lt "V' ffligz X A UARDA FLORENCE MARJORIE PHELAN REYNOLDS ROBINSON I E -' I A If S. I I I 01' 51 I1 .0-v' fx, f A , ' Ty 1' E5 V JL Qiyr M Ki yy , I T' SRRA A S I WWHW VINCENT FLORENCE H. J. ALICE O. ACOSTA BRAZELTON BURROWS BUTTS E . ,dm I E 'Y V fu , k I ,E . , V -,R , 'vw f L f' Ig' .' I I ,,,. !xm,,.k.- L, Q A b H Q52-1 if 'zgz' L IDA ERNEST MARY EVA MARTHA CELAYA MARISCAL OTT ROYCE WHITAKER , I My 11 I 1.5 L I , , I ,,,I 1 I ,A I P I M - I i VA HARVEY - MIRIAM IRIS LEONA FERGUSON GEYER MULSANEY NEWCOME ,Ig f ,V, A K LENORE EVELYN ALICE JACK NIER OVERPECK PERKINS PETERSON I ' fl I 5 'J Kr . I. U p 4:5 ,.,.,. , - IA' M 4 i A it ., ,gf :L MARY WILLIAM ERMA NONA BAI-CH DUFFEN FISHER KORFHAGE H I :,: i w I E I . . , . Qll I.. : A 'V I w i-,: . f.:: : ,J Q .,, I IIII 2 A MAUDE HELEN W. D. JOHN MILLER NAU RIBEHN TAYLOR DAVE TREGANOWAN xff Q 46' b k, V? A I., .,,, ! HAROLD WILLIAMS KILl..uMgVSS VMERu:A m H91 1 THINK V. ff M , 2. 1,89 L TPPL E K Q A,' ' A iz' " ' Tu b i.f - 9 : , Mathematics ARCHIE ANGLEN N Mflrf W3 , J xg, 4 f A Q lui g g Q Q3 N mms: . ' MRF? .. . 2' ww PAUL CARMONY . , D E.., L, , "" ? k:f fi UT : " 7 ., , , LILL lug- , . , , A JOHN KYLE RALPH FUTRELL Lt f i :"' fki I T V T " '. - - ZZV WILLENE NEELY LAU RA GALE X fx . ' V , wan MABEL HIGGS LO S GEORGE SEAMAN DS STEWART DONALD HOYT A :" RAY WEBB wi .Q ze 'ww his N Tir- es: gy, el v SE , M 9? an E in A W., iw , 5. a K Mum ' f ,vw is sg 'Y' in Q M sf S, Q ,ergff ef 115. F1 xii? T D5 ZH A ' new , F A aim Mx QTY! if ff A ., if . N 3 J , , 3, .M fk fikf. T A L - 4 an ' A 71. Q T L K , ' NY 1+ L -mn . 3 K , T 1 QR hu. P v X gf ii lzgg 1 LL :W Eammcrczal , 5 .,V1,, MARY BAZZETA , Q LL . v Mr, - ' ..i, T, - ' W A L H , ' M f- . f EL ,, it Q V L ,,,, K: , 1 . Li :V ' ,T'f 335. E A fu T H 'i L. - .' JW, ff . 1 A 3?-.,,kf. , K a -.L 1, Sl CHARLOTTE HUGO MARJORIE GAMEN HOPPER KLANN LEMONS K I! ,Ana JOHN RUTH RUTH CHARLOTTE O'NEILL PETERSON PINKSTON PROPER ROMERO T. D. Music LAURITZ BJORLIE MADGE UTTERBACK L A PR P GEORGE BAZZETTA P. N. BUEHMAN PAUL KOCH lzbmry fl A . , gi .kk,.V i - ' Af -w , PAUL MARGUERITE GRIMES PASQUALE ff ' ,, LJ, ,I G, V L ga' 5 PPL, , . Y Ad 1 " I-ALJ-Q:5'l AAP: q A Lf , an .5 .L MARY EVA BEATH CULLEY A HP 4 I A GALE ELBERT BELL BROOKS " : A CHARLES ELNOR ELIZABETH EMMA DAV15 DETLEFSON FRANTZ HOLLAND L A ZLZ zfzq "' . 2 "'f A. LLE EEE . VVAVZAVVSIILV' , A KEN GLENN J. D. E. M. PEARSON RQTHRQCK VAN HORNE WHITING GRACE YODER r 5 3. :JI LOYD ROBERTS Seizures I L2 354, f , X f ,X I f L. gf Industrial EE I E I .. 'K '-,, fl. - L E, LOWELL OPAL JOHN LEONE BAILEY BANE BARRINGER CROSBY I .5 I 2f A li , .A A 4 Al l i .,: 'vlt A -. , Syl ! ,::,., 3 ! N ig . HENRY VIRGINIA HANLEY Vpfafldlfaf and EGBERT ROBINSON SLAGLE -Z Zzl S I , ,I I I M I 'Til 1II A -I ,'I"'IfI " V K r S -IOM ,sd-Q -rV, - A -I r Wk Ay E MQ V4 A A I -- A If an ROBERT OTIs MERIE D. F. BARCLAY cHIDEsTER DENNING EITHIAN ST Z, Q R :--1-RR' 2' fy 'I' I " ,5Tf?5" I Yi I GEORGE JESSE H. A. MILTON WILMER HUNT KING KIENCK MALLIS MARTIN MW' ARTTR I ' I I A - R, QR My 3 -if ,- ,.,, Tiki I V Y' -' OII g iw ,.w U Zllv O .A.. - 1 If A A :5:i'f2:s9:-Q ,-... I A h In ROBERT ROBERT JOHN D. D. ORTIZ SANDIN SCHENCK SHADLEY 25' mg 45 -:RE M V -Y I N IR lg? is wif , Q M , I B. c. DOOIEN I 5, 1 "Y w. w. wEsTERvELT HARRY GOLDSTEIN ORUAL NORTHAM aff" X JASON GREER E JAMES WHITE If ? LW L 1' is ' mf SALLY HENRY HELEN WILLIS fudy Jia!! E3 :aw ' nu. MARGARET BOOHER E , L GERTRUDE SCUDDER vw A W . M swim KE, W if n FRANCES JONES KATHRYN YOUNG A A 54 Ja Q' 1 ff ' E 0 V ,X d 1 I f ' E , af , A IS ' I 1 Z PE- , 515k BETTY E NYE Physical Education ggu I LEE OSCAR LOUIS ESTHER CAREY CARRILLO FARBER SCHREURS ' 1 Draws A 54- Craznzug I . R. C. flamcmaklug KHNE fi " 9 1 ,ab 4 .., Iv,, I I, Q 2 1 luv v ,.:'b , 1 0 RILLA GORDON FALLS LOGAN Q FK If '. J' Q. 1' . :- 1 X 'ii Q- 1. 2 I x" W Llgi , X - A Il 'Y an n . , fr., , 'T ' 2 , - ,E 5 5' A 'auulmqlwmm '- -1' - F73 ally' K g .M Z ' A578 , I K Q X K nuunlnww 5 1" X ... ...Q ' nlfw , X V 'I kkrr I sulnshwm ,ff .L,. . . """'ll'lfm v nluunqw. . S ,.V, L x ,. zg, - g 5 .. Ln, I . lll,,,,,, W Rf I .W.,,-n,?,g,,g. -lllnn.,...,. fi ,,,MW,m ,k 4 . fm-,pw-ff:-fyw M v f Il f ,. Q A X X 'la ' if-P L 1 all-mr ,4- ,K ,mxai X fray Student Governnient I , vw We ,sw be fame, AM e ,Z .z,JJg,..N QLWUM lJi.7!,Wf2.w A PAT FLOOD ,Lf president A ,fwwfiyom ,ywwywf fbi? .WiJdk4efw+, M. the CML 7 fe WLJMGOVE ME T AC cffwcfgbwc, i 7,4A,,1,,..f .,.. A s ' With quarterback Pat Flood heading our stu j ent body as prexy, THS kicked off to a fine start this year. Ably assisting were: Veep, John Barnett, Secretary, Sandra Carson, Treasurer, Mary Sinclair and members of the Student Council. This excellent team working together helped THS achieve many outstanding goals during the year. , Among these goals was the banishing of obscene literature in books and magazines around Tucson. Representatives from Tucson, X 1 Salpoint, and Amphitheatre high schools formed a committee which worked throughout the year, finding out what books were undesirable and nf, then asking the different establishments which sold them to take them off the newsstands. Another proiect was promoting better school l"'f spirit. Red and White Day, a tradition which :'- has not been too well observed in years be- fore, was really given a boost. The council also chartered buses for students to go to the Phoenix Union game in October. There was no K' pep squad but the entire student body partici- pated at the games and cheered our teams to victory. The kickoff of social activity at THS was a mixer held in September in which any organiza- tion could participate. Student Council also if-J sponsored a carnival. All school clubs ran a YT Q r r p.. -I n 4 XAK E VZ I kkkk ,,,. V i . tssr -no T t iiltt T .1 C. .,.. - .. ,r " . Fi? V A A fi tili A 'A ' A '1't 2 JOHN BARNETT SANDRA CARSON MARY SINCLAIR vice-president secretary treasurer ,Q W K Mark Owen chief iustice booth or concession to make it a big success. A Traditions Committee, provided for in the new constitution, has spent most of its time organizing. They proposed laws to the Council and acted as a stu- dent court. Penalties imposed upon de- fendants were in the form of service to the school. ln order to have more student repre- sentation, the idea of homeroom repre- sentatives was put into effect. ,Y Wav' ,s w - A ' Peggy Putter Jane Howsare Ted McKee clerk SENIOR Justices , , P s 5 1--1 61.51 ,, , X i u X - ,C , ,fr thfssi, r T k Jean Schell Bqb Wqlsh JUNIOR JUSTICES lsss is C 3 iys. A V ,E fst rt T Sue Cook Tim Dicky SOPHOMORE JUSTICES t 1 Hia Row 1: Baldwin, Underwood, Armstrong, Andrews, Waddle, Oden. Row 2: Membrilla, Tench, Frampton, Bone cutter Edel, Carroll. Row 3: Manzo, Goode, Moore Creswell, Campbell, Drachman. Student Eauuvilman ,A 5 .J-.A ' ky 0 'f . ' fi .W . gf' s, I . 'IN-fs w if The brains C?J oi the senior class. Bob Nabours, Mary Iane Crisman, and Bob Bamhill seniors! Seniors! SENIORS!! Actually a senior is no different than anyone else except maybe a little older Q?l, wiser l?J, and more sophisticated Q?l. Now if the seniors are through laughing and the underclassmen are through scoffing let's take a brief look at the accomplishments of the class of '53. 561421 5 fx. Senior Day at the U. of A. was the first maior event. On December 13, the big moment in every senior's life arrived when they looked around and saw the same familiar faces but somehow they looked different, dancing in the beautiful blue The man behind the bmins The scattexbrains prepare for the prom .. . T. D. Romero -....... ' a ww., . my as ..t.....i-ks-- ..- :my . .. Senior Cabinet-Row 'la Underwood, Burk, Sutton, Kershner, Swaim, Fim- bres, Foust. Row 2: Bradley, Burnett, Paull, Carson, Trillo, McKee, Carr. Row 3: Hall, Creswell, Carrell, Kordsiemon, Kinerk, Howsare. and white surroundings to the strains of "Winter Wonderland." The annual "ditch day" took place in the spring when the seniors left and let THS have a day of peace. Under the bright lights of the stage many hidden talents were brought forth to the unsuspecting public during the three nights of the "follies." Baccalaureate and Commencement- not really, not for us so soon. But there it was and the class of '53 bid adieu to THS. fff if X f L I :Me-- Senior Council-Row 1: Gibson, Hanson, Armiio, Skinner, Ashworth, Condron, Supowit, Agron, Salvatierra. Row 2: Fox, Green, Jorgenson, Hipsher, Zeigler, Buckeye, Jackson, Davison. Row 3: Monson, Lopez, Wheeler, Young, Scafold, LaBelle. Row 4: Johnson, Wohlgemuth, Kalinske, Anklam, Westmorland, Smith, Peek. I' hA My qv.-A . 1 Y ,QA I 3 I Us , as .. f ,VqA.- , , tx . L ., , -- J, W Q , Z Qll, h , :., - K KVIK "?i:L :?f Y I' -"' f ' 53 A ADAMSON, LARRY A AGRON, BARBARA AGUILAR, MARY AGUIRRE, GILBERT ,,.- A ff 'QQ sv . ALCAREZ, ANNA Q ALDAY, EMMA A ALDERTON, PAT ALLEN, JAY ,,t....f?,,,, 1, AE LA ,Q I SI 1A1'A: 2 Iwi' "er-LL . 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JUDY SMITH, MELVIN SMITH, TOM SNOOK, RICHARD SORENSEN, LOUIS SPARKS, JAMIE SPURLOCK, BARBARA STEAD, NAOMI STEELE, EARL STEEN, LA VERNE STEFAN, ROSS STEIN, DICK STERRETT, JUDY STEVENSON, IRMA up I " W ,I " J? '-"' 'Ev E7 K7 ' 4 L. .I STONE, EDWIN STONE, FAITH STRAUSS, ANNE LOUISE STRAUS, MARGIE STREITER, SHELDON STROMEI, THERESA STRUCKSBURG, ALLAN STUEHM, BETTY LO,O 1-, uk ,gbwvm I A ' STEWART, JANICE STEWART, JOHN STIGERS, BILL STOCK, VAUGHN STOCKBRIDGE, NANCY STOCKDALE, LYNNE STOCKDALE, PHIL STOKES, JIM It fi SWANICK, JIM SWEETMAN, CHRIS TANNER, BILL TARVER, ERWIN TERRAZAS YSABEL TERRY STEVE 'G .S ig F TAYLOR, JOAN 'Tl E TAYLOR, MARY ' ww-3, A A , ' 'Y' Y. as YR " ww A I :R A ' -9211: ,. . , . ,M , Ui' ill Q I f . I , , ,gg 1 A O'A' . ' .3 :UE CV- I Win: 155:33 -. .f.V Aw' ,A A, T.. f fx L' A 5 STUMP, ROBERT SULLIVAN, JIM SWOPE, PALMER SUPOWIT, BONNIE SURDAN, MARIE SUTTON, BARBARA SWAIM, DON SWAIN, DOUG 1 - N 9 1 . , YI FIEIF' , In -- A -' . . sv g -:'.- 'f2-f, I - :gi A gxzfgiix S' ll MA, , 1 1 S, .Ll uf S, fs 5 mf-570' My g h 4, my ,ai . , A . I Iggy A I .M R T5 ' " 4' 151 I 4 Y 9927? VL IVV K 5 Wx A S ,Q , + Aff? fb 'I' H, 1 ,L I ,mu 9 THOMAS, Jo ANN ff M 1" THOMPSON, MARY BETH I W5 THOMPSON, TOMMIE I ,YI, THORNBURG, DAVID THURMAN, HAZEL TIETELBAUM, REVA TOBIAS, JOAN TORNQUIST, BOB TRILLO, CIPRIANO , TUMBLLN, BILLY 339 TURNER, FAYE TURPEN, JACK L A ' uNDERwooD, JODY , LYR R QQ 5 ' UPPMAHI BARBARA T V"A ' Lg, A.Q ,. ' vALENzuELA, DELLA , vALENzuELA, TERRY EEYYR , A 1R' A ' ,', egg, 2- 'YY 1 - E, ..,z sr .- J ztzxv k f A fig VR1,fE in 4 . .E in WALKER, ELEANOR 43 A WALKER, EVELYN A WALKER, PAULA EQV f ' WALLACE, KIM WALSH, KAY WASSELL, AUDREY WATSON, JERRY VALLES, IRENE . VAN CLEVE, PETE VANOVER, SUSAN VAN WORMER, BARBARA VEGA, ESTHER VEITH, JANICE VERCELES, CAROL WADDLE, JOHN X , b R v- V, , Ip ' I I WAY, ROGER WEBBER, JOHN WE wELcI-I, BILL WELCH, MARY KAY WELSHENBAUGH, JANET qw :A WESTMORELAND, SCOTT I RRR E A WHEELER, TERRY WHITAKER, GAIL WHITEHORIN, OLITA WHITEHORNE, WALTER WHITTWER, JANE WIEDEN, BILLIE JEAN WIER, ELOISE WILEMON, JACK WILFORD, EARL WILLETT, PATSY I WILLIAMS, JOYCE , , , ,1,J . I I , If EY. WILLIAMS, LINDA 1 f4..x I 3-I' WILLIAMS, PETE I' X gm WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY , ,., . ' . WILLIAMS, VIRGINIA WILLIE, HERMAN .,', V WILLITS, MARILYN 1 """' I ' GI' WILMOTH, PAT WILSON, DEAN ,,,W , j f WILSON, JOANNE ,V i WILSON, MIRIAM WILSON, NANCY 3 N NNl ,, . Y. , WISEMAN, JANELLE WITT, MONTE WOMACK, MARY ELLEN WONG, LOUISE ,Mak P aww .A A fri' 'iii A gs N n ZEIGLER, PEARLINE 5 BARKER, ERNEST R DlAz,' SOCORRO. N -X -. L ' W H , , X . X, ti 1 N W l' , X V K u I 5 , 1' Q V Lx Hx., 0 N Ss 9 L xx Y , Tx 'A f 'R S A .A ' xl 'I X -X Ls. ' K' N ' 1.4 - A ' ' 'xl W I , Y X L t. N Ny at 1 " N X' ,i 2 - X H x ' YW xx X N 2 X xx A ' , x A H HV X x - is T 1 ' 'N C' ' 3 A " ' ' A 1 .x X Y fi- b A -A L N. - 'N Q: A P-1 AVN Lx' SQA WOODRUFF, PAT WOODS, CHARLES WYLIE, HAROLD YARYAN, JOHN YOHE, GLORIA X, YOUNG, BARBARA YOUNG, GORDON YOUNG, PAULINE f Z 5 D mV .,,, f:,,,,, ,, V . A 1 X f' nL-- ' -. J 5 Guiding the juniors on their merry way were Lily Lee, vice-pres.. Keith Mardis. president. and Ianice Devine, secretary. unload Eleven-hundred strong, the members of the class of '54 returned to THS determined to make their iunior year an outstanding one. No longer the un- derdogs, they made places for them- selves in all phases of athletics and school activities, besides rating high in scholastic achievements. In January the Junior Council was elected by the homerooms and work was started on the "Prom." Red, orange, blue, gre-en, and yel- low crepe paper balloons and masks on the walls combined with hard work turned the cafeteria into "The Mardi Gras" on March 14. Masks in all colors and serpentines were given as favors to complete the transformation. Ernest Mariscal, adviser My, my! We wonder what these juniors find so interesting? nfl .r 'S ., We s 4,,,,,a 1 Junior Council - Row 'l: Bonecutter, Devine, Tench, Frampton, McKenzie. Row 2: Ray, Edel, Hayden, Schubert. Row 3: Carrol, Woods, Moore. ' In April the Junior Class took charge of the Variety Show at the THS car- nival. Also in April a small number of the class was initiated into National Honor Society, in recognition of their service, scholarship, and leadership. Graduation activities filled up the remainder of the busy year. Junior guards and flagbearers were chosen to participate in the graduation ceremo- nies. 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GH 9 'f'-- .,!ffJ-G-14 4-in , 424, . +- -.Q.,w-v.-u-f..w-f-.1-U Jwyggfgg., vczzuwwz 3-J'E5,A47A,s4,a.,4.f 096, ,MJ---2 Q-fc4..7.,tA1..Aqf....2,w-C.6,,,e,,V6g I .,a,af---- f-V if iid , aww fr f ' ' aww ' f 9 ? Q wWWpZwWV ,eww 7 g j Leading the soph's activities were Larry Bamhill, vice-president, Io Clark. secretary. and Dick Wonq. president. Svphnmvres The traditional cry of "sophomore" was still prevalent this year but the sophomore students weren't the only ones being yelled to. This class decided at the beginning of the year that the preceding sopho- mores hadn't done enough to help the school so they planned the Sophomore Hop, carnival and a new idea in the school, a varsity vs. faculty basketball game, which was quite a success! lt was held after school in the THS gym with all the earmarks of any Friday night contest. The hopeful faculty even pro- vided cheerleaders to bolster their team on to greater heights. i v A .I ni? Q EQ fr gr.. W 1 i 0-4 A "" Eii It Lou Farber, adviser i f e ll 2 Sophomore Council - Row 'l: Morales, Fay, Hipsher, Shadley, Posey, MacDonald. Row 2: Moore, Creswell, Snoke, Flood, Wong, Journey, Drachman. For the first time a sophomore class had funds of their own. Cub football coach, Lou Farber, was their adviser. Farber was new this year and did a fine job of supervising the soph's activities. Early in February, President Dick Wong called a meeting of his officers and planned the annual Sophomore Hop. On March 21 the sophomores, in all their glory, unveiled the cafeteria in a sea of blue and white and their mas- terpiece "Anchors Aweigh" was re- vealed. Well it seems that the class of '55 has completed its first hurdle. Next year they'll be carefree Juniors and big things are expected from them. Such energetic sophs must uncover many oi 1iie's little mysteries. 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When I can't think of anyone to ask to that big formal com- ing up, l flip through the well-worn pages and presto, I see my victim." What do the teachers say? "The Tucsonian is a quick passport to de- tention hall. When the students are late to class and are sweetly asked why, the reply: "l MARIAN opening editor , f, ,, ,M,i,,l,,w,.s iustlhgd-to wait for someone to finish ii1te Tucsonicn."r Regardless of these one thing is sure, the Tucsonian i nv o l v e s careful th o u g ht and herd The ever pressing question down in the basement of the Vocational Building seems-to be, "Will we meet the dead- line?" Each editor is in charge of get- ting his own section out on time. All during the months of fall, the common cry resounding throughout the halls of THS was "l've bought my Tucsoniasn, have you?" KOYO LOPEZ sports editor lr0l1fllI'I What would a yearbook Almost every day the man the birdie" is seen on the tiently taking shots of the activities. The to record the events of A necessary part of is the advertising staff. work of these p has many pages of t Helping explain and give captions to the pictures, is the writing staff whose added touch. of humor a ncli information lighten the white pages. The ability off the typing staff to read all kinds of slantedp backhand, and up-side-clown writing enabled the printers to legibly read the copy. All the staffs worked hard but co-operation is the basis for success. sw we t L, gyg , ,,:: yy is ,A,.... J m L in ,if I NANCY Jo WILSON DON MONSON GUY HMBRE5 wrgfing editor Ph0f09"UPl"Y dlfeclof art director Tucsonian Writing Staff- Row 1: Shirley Fox, Tucsonian Art and Photo Staff-Row 1: Frank Joanne Wilson, Nancy Jo Wilson, Wendy Kaye. Paredes, Ronnie Garrison. Row 2: Guy Fimbres, Row 2: Marilyn Fench, Louesa Merrill, Janice Roy Delgado, Bill Kordsiemon. Devine. xg , 'Q ?'NQ,lU'f Tucsonian Subscription Staff-Row 1. Evelyn Walker, Bonnie LIBA BREGER Supowit, Liba Breger. Row 2: Jean Freudenthal, Elise Rosen- circulation head blum, Effie Leong. K .. M... ---xiii ' Q f2f A 5 'Tucsonian Ad Staff-Row 'Ia Sylvia Daily, Marcia Sgutt, Ann IRWIN MORDKA DeCook. Row 2: Sara Handmaker, Nadene Rykkn, Phyllis Chip- cd manager man. Row 3: Carmen Moreno, Edna Sakir, Jackie Shadley. Row 4: Wanda Mount, Shirley Cheesman. ':n.l. hw' X , 1'5" SANDRA MOUNT t ' h d JAN HANSON ypmg ec ad layout head ay , f Q 2 LYNNE ROEHLER . Typing Staff-Row I: Barbara Agron, Alice Calvillo, Elda lctivities assistant Gradillas. Row 2: Nona Paull, Eleanor Walker, Diane Rosenblatt. zmbia CTO if , .. , - g J - is i , s,s,ss,, . s, s, T 4 ff 5 Backbone of the Cactus Chromcle, as of all newspapers, is the editorial staff. Staff mem- bers from sophomore reporters to associate editors will be found toiling over unfinished assignments at the last minute in the iournal- istically famous Cactus Chronicle room. Chronicle staff members enioy their work, and are chosen on a voluntary basis with rec- an-wav--an ov fv Don't Be Caugh With Cancellatio vu: .vein 4 -f N ks ide ommendations from five teachers at the , PAUL KFRSHNER .. end of each year. The news- I edllor RQCUHIHISDI paper has a limited number Once of writers, an industrious ad- l0llQ vertising staff, and a well in- formed sports writing staff. Members of the writing staff Thflst are issued their assignments at 311 lm WS JE the beginning of each week and are supposed to meet the Fri- Jn C011 Sig day deadline. The following twgul for 3 Monday and Monday nights are spent cutting proofs and Laws dummying up ages. The of- P co Pldll fice still shows signs of the T f f . esent 1 tygyi uproar from the night before 1, g when Tuesday dawns. ea Ing suse RosENsLuM Af h , , , S0 ' managing editor ter t e paper is distributed nge a T ye, on Thursday, the exchange ,shoug L i l 321 i staff completes the task of typ- before ' 1 ing names and addresses of 5, the 51 .tgy .." former students of Tucson High heir 8 A 'il' A 1 4 lJCflm UiNfmillMl:1lslQ dig T O Nmll dlmc Constit 4. 4 s ' 5 one p T' A body 4 utter, Chief Justice iilark ff Ish, Sophomore Justice Sue ured is Sfxphomme Juzstice Qtlwcl u 4 ' B llfl'l"llZIl, ,- V' tiny Sp :fmt executive cc ters Mike? and Jim Pita Members mnmbnrs Mercy K,E1tlkli'l'L3!i Barham' Claim Jo is-v' limi mil it n its dxscu Owen lililf' IJf1ff,'i'5BERNlCE ERDAHl 2, Nzwmi Stfffifil, slain Vai MISS HARRIET MARTIN gettin Oi my VNI' T 'A'l'L I stuff edlfof girlie! 'sViiiifm'is. adviser men? in Lruclji. lifts? mgzr- g 'M ilil , .ixzzizimi-L irzvimisf Ciieiemgie Ale-. W U,-dey, 31-me gl-gup revjgwe, iw 224 iizwfea time filiii :f is Uiiitillff im" Y tqizziiwp, fgfiiiminzmr Aim, Pan iizamm. Qgguft pl-Owdm-Q and 8.180 reg. I ilk? +-iiflzmzl ffl. Ellliillffkf ifiiwfqitfl i:??-Liiiiiiilgiiiiliii iSQI1ig1g'i5ggg'3g Lgii-wgg-ga S.11Ii1i,lI':,i Lucas at Supply of Summgns Slips, .scfixefc3,uEmi for Szxturfimjgs, Dfsaffmt-iTim Mitciueii, Lincoln Mueller, Tries offenders P3-Qblems :mai ik my f, QI-Eonegy' Koehler, Mary Sager, This new department was :uses regull l Jill il' ... . ill-iecfge' Settlenlyern Van nfnrl in ft-ko nnncfll'n.?lnn-urlfiinlt Make Yearbook .ef EQ? High School, pasting them on the papers, and then sending them. The Chronicle also exchanges ..I.-...... , EDITH SHEAFFER photographer 01' PEGGY KLEIN 1' distribution 81 ex. mgr. V papers with other schools all around the nation. I On January 5th, 1953, the editorial staff and a few reporters took over the Arizona Daily Star, morning edition. They learned first hand the mechanics of a large newspaper. I A L' Journalists covered beats, gathered news by Ish:-nets telephone, wrote stories, gathered news from dents the Associated Press wires, and Sghggl performed other various tasks, A i . these ci turning out a well written nicians p""e" 1 ' 4 'ffi ,' t ple Each year the Cactus Chroni- 'OIUUE 15 Ser io1's new 43 cle sponsors the Rodeo Queen just that. JSE Contest, in which the identities 5301? ley S, ln lea of the Queen and her four at- facing, If pre tendants are held secret until ileoiixtlg I the paper is distributed. ed from ii gar 1 building Stal Miss Harriette Martin has Shed a yi 32:5 guided the paper for eight 323313922 ITE? years, which may be the reason I5-3529? UP 0 . is mm the Cactus Chronicle has won t Sqhggl, 35 the National Columbia Press Olusihon S1 ln Q bag Association Award for the last icuiurri. f H ten years, along with various Cglekeni ss m ihai other awards. days and Soni H-- 'CO 9230 students may ignore the help oft feared to them by the teachers and the school, he said. Jean placed emphasis on the fact that good character includes the other precepts as well as real sportsmanship. Quoting Edgar Guest, she said, 'iAnd when the Great Recorder goes to mark against your name, he scores not if you won or lost, but how youQ played the game." Spread Duties Shirley reminded the students that the burden of school service should not be placed on just one or .two people but should be - ,iii I struction in store. The QI R, Dickensoi Goodniang M: 23 stxzdents, turned away facilities to af The board outfit. It is tail Grocers zona. The y left to righti: Recorder 2. Back row: Junior Justice I Senior Justice Ted McKeo.e1 W WM-..W..m,......,....w.....-- W.. ..,........,......s,. on Stzzdy Hal r,ro,gos Tardie xy wk WN W W-M.M.....---.-.-....,.. 3 , ' f5fI'GrI':N'E A. HAH? lfjggnt gn being Iozuled from 1 SHIRLEY SAVRE , V Cash Register Coming advertising manager ml'-W1 fi U if V 4' as Wifi Stfloiige Qt scales arf: on loan fro... as Q. Cf3Yl'tffCi.i.Vf3 mtflizud to Igefmmmg Er' Sales Agency in Tucson. Shelv' discourage ciitazhingji awarding ' Tra mg and check stancist were do' s feared by,t11fi-essefi-wsweiifes from ??i?Fii:CfZ99?i'i f1enf2f, hw" 135593535 f is gi E3 X Visits .IH 5:1 70 ia! 150 rd fmt, 1 ig S' 41' M ii 5 J 4, . if . i Q 9' fav' " 'sl -, - mf " 17' -R . . Q V sg, M N, J rf W i A iilw . W 5 Pat Flood Jean Freudenthal Roberta John f'-'WP ,MTW J . Q LL SM J F E wmv F11 it --:- ' - F' ' ,- QP J J A 'al ' 'Ctr 'lkh ' zz, IE: o.m.L:4 Chronicle Sports Writers-Row 1: LaVerne in J S L n A :H house, Jane Howsare, Barbara Jackson. Row A L J 'J J J N Barry Brown. Lee Esch. Gail Overpeck David Reisler Stuart Wohlgemuth Vs. , N. on Chronicle Writing Staff - Row 'I: Janice DeVine, Sandy Sanders, Nadetne Rykken, Liba Breger, Jody Underwood. Row 2: Eleanor Kalb, Fern Manuel, Nell Rakich, Sylvia Frampton, Cyrille- Sil- berman. Row 3: Marilyn Tench, Jim Allen, Jeff Nicholas, Wendy Kaye. 2 a ' un zs-ng hronicle Exchange Distributors-Row 1: Shirley Fox, Chronicle Distribution Staff-Row 1: Delight Chapuis BQQY Klein. ROW 2: Alice Mahoney, Patsy Hewitt, Mary Ramona Gonzolas, Arlene Postillion, Paula Walker. Row nclair. 2: Beverly Fisher, Gil Pesquiria, Peggy Klein. www . fiflll' I' it ' Ll A Q Yjgjft TOM FOUST DARLA FULFER sports editor cartoonist SALLY MALINSKY head typist :W .. 1. -Q V,.f f gg, Ihronicle Ad Staff-Row 1: Margie Buckeye, Dino Aoore, Bonnie Supowit. Row 2: Janet Mooney, Carolyn kthey, Nellieglen Lankford. Row 3: Mary Alice Boyd, Barbara Votaw. Junior Helpers - Buddy Vaughn and T. Ed Woods t ! r was the slo- V - emphasls on mak- FATHAUER editor E 5 Q Z S I ng X fr-'bfi ELIZABETH COOPER - managlng eclltor pubhcahon and work. E- to all into ,N cw gn U54 r V Ir: '1' B Issue un De fs ., ,Vx :S MR. CHIDESTER graphic arts adviser ...I-,wi A 5 K f ,7,..w, ,L,m,kfb:,-- ffwffz.w,,:ff,ff,gh f. ,W:mf.s2ff ffl Nwx,-21k--:,Q:i'f:-':qff--:ffmhffwff1f.W-11:1faifiaxww-Aw-eeff-QMNH-:1:sf'rzf1:mm:wwm,f:f:1f'f2'f,,-fzzw: 'sw M21,,4m:fsg:v'ws-w wr?-sff:-W f.,.szgm.av'aar1awfQ1w1-hfwssH ,,,.. ., Afe-,f:f:V,:,r-m,1'-va.. ww he 'N XX ' . oflfo A 'gy 5 Q K flmlffmff f Linotype Staff- Row 1: Augustine Estrada, Consuelo Pacheco, Beverly Cain, Harvey Torrey, Jimmy Tolson, Danny Parra. Row 2: Dionico Mar tinez, Paul Lamb, Dave Malkin, Charles Dundas, Carlton Dundas, Frank Aguirre. Row 3: Dick Ortiz, Richard Lohberg, Pete Espino, Q 1 'hw t C , Quarterly Writing Staff- Row 1: Wendy Kaye, Jean ningham, Bobbie Barrington. Row 2: Patsy Willett, singer, Janelle' Wiseman. Row 3: Trina Ouellet, Faye Phyllis Gibbs, Patricia Manker. Row 4: Jim Fletcher, Lopez. ,NM Freudenthal, Elise Rosenblum, Jan O'Neill, Yvonne Sydney Ross, Eleanor Kalb, Arlene Sharp, Veralice Turner, Barbara Lewis, Ann Greenberg, Cynthia Richard Pearlman, Julian Hayden, Joell Turner, Cun- Gris- Birt, Koyo I -d-,., rg l Quarterly Art Staff - Row 'ln Sydney Salmon, Joanne Wilson, Roy Delgado. 'Nc Quarterly Production Staff- Row 1: Julie Musselmon, Josephine Ross, Betty Ann Filer, Janet Welshenbaugh, Carolyn Atley, Leona Kessler. Row 2: Bob Baksa, Gerale Hall, Olga Garcia, Carol Rodriquez, Janice Stewart, Stewart Graham, Sandy Raybould. Row 3: Jesus Bernal, Edmond Scott, Glenn Farber, Ronald Nastri, Jerry Welshenbaugh, Jim Moody, Ervin Tarver. Row 4: Augustine Romero, Paul Lamb, Dick Thompson, Gerald Hall, Roy Franco, Frank Borquez, Freddy Palafox. , gg., 1 . . 4 .X ,,, V4 r 1, - S' ' fir fffrw, f .V if ,"f-rL 'fm , . H . X, New Typing Staff - Row Nellieglen Lankford. JODY ELLIS Head Typist 1wx12'v2w - t,,. Quarterly Subscription Staff-Gruensfelder, Boyd, Buckeye, Supowit, Fay Cook, Abbott, Votaw. Row 3: Gonzales, Breger, Botfeld, Sgutt, Klein, leon 1: Alice Hemler, Monte Wilson. Row 2: Miary Sinclair, 5, , Row 2: Underwood, Dillas, Merrill Q. vw I: lrwin Mordka, Joel Botfeld, Wayne Vickery, Keith Mardis, Neal Scofield, :yo Lopez, Harold Wylie. Row 2: Jim Ferguson, Johnny Orozco, Otto Grieshaber, -e Sligh, Fred Santo, Billy Herndon, Al Gelderman. Row 3: Larry Adamson, Mike enck, Phil Baffert, Bill Kordsieman, Pat Flood, Don Monson. Row 4: Bob Kalinske, :ve Smith, Guy Fimbres, Paul Kershner, Bob Nabours, Gene Baldwin, Bob Barnhill, thn Waddle, John Barnett. May l check your hat, sir?" Members of Boy's Social Hour are working again. ln fact they are always working, wherever help is needed. ln cooperation with Girl's Social Hour and the Student Council the Boy's Social Hour Committee helped run successful- ly the eight social hour dances held after Friday night football and basket- ball games. Committeemen were chosen from all three classes early in the fall. During the year the boys were kept busy per- forming the tasks of checking wraps, selling refreshments, taking tickets and checking ID cards. ln addition to their regular activities the boys helped run the student get- acquainted mixer in the fall. They con- tributed their services to the THS Cor- nival by sponsoring a concession and helping to run the Carnival dance. Also, among the many duties of committee members was aiding in the revision of the Badger Behavior book. Early in the spring the Social Hour committees iointly sponsored a dance. The busy year was climaxed by o din- ner for Social Hour members and their dates. The dinner, held near gradua- tion, was followed by musical selec- tions, skits and dancing. Assignments and arrangements were handled by the Boy's Social Hour of- ficers, who were Koyo Lopez, president, Tommy Cox, vice-president, and Cipria- no Trillo, secretary. Mr. Romero, adviser, and Koyo Lopez, president Kay 5 Smal flrf r cookies and the noise of many girls chattering, Girls' League holds its monthly meetings in the cafeteria. Each of these eight meetings presents an ed- ucational and entertaining program, usually featuring a guest speaker. ' Amid the smell of peanut butter Z With the help and guidance of Miss Calanthe Brazelton, Girls' League ad- viser, the executive committee and com- mittee chairman work together to reg- ulate and combine the various activities. ffiiui, Executive Committee-Row 1: lean Freudenthal, Evelyn Walker. Row 2: Manan Robbms, Eleanor Walker, Ian Hanson. Tucson High was host to the winter convention. Various organizations in our school entertained to make this one of the most interesting Girls' League Conven- tions ever. 1 .....l.....- .. 1 - Girls' Social Hour Committee-l-low 1: Iackson, Hodges, Buckeye, Welsh, E, Walker, Fox. Gibson, Overpfck, Burk, Carr. How 2: l-lipsher, Posey. Jorgensen, Paull, Busby, Hannah, Fleming, Payne, Rosenblum, Walker. Row 3: Votaw, Creswell, Moore, llson, Laubscher, Moore, De Cook, Bcnles. h l I-I nl T h M Gr l R kken Schell Acton Row 5' DeMotto Burns Burres, Shoenhair, Erdahl, Herreas. Row 4: Lott, Robbins, Maxey, Kurtz a s, a ey, enc , c ea . y ' . . - - - 1 Edel, Vance, Walworth, McCray, Sanders, Seiler, Wilson, Hicks, Boyd. Row 6: McCollum, Dosset, Faye, Wilson, Drachman, Iourney, Iohnson. Squtt. Walsh, Mahoney. Hewitt. Iuniot Red Cross Council-Row l: Mike Klenck. Pete Iohnson, Ian 0'N '11, lean Fr d th l, I ll T , La P h. ll 2: S l ' T , B Ruth Moores, Mary Alice Boyd, Ianice Devine, Nadene Rykken. el eu en U oe umer ny ug ow Yvm aylor em' Red 617755 The kickoff of the membership drive in October was the first of many JRC activities of the past year. Miss Calanthe Brazelton advised. Among the proiects were binding Braille books, making holiday menu Peter Johnson led this busy group and Jan O'Neil was his veep, with Jean Freudenthal, recording secretary and Mike Klenck corresponding secretary. covers for the Veterans Hospital and compiling an album for Japanese' stu- dents portraying student life at THS. .fig s MISS BRAZELTON PETER JOHNSON Iunior Red Cross Home Room Service Otticers: Row 1: Ian McDonald, Diane Wilkey, Mary Frances Kems, Susan Drew, Monte Wilson, Patricia Manker, Norma Lee Haddock, Elaine De ha Mater, Nancy McGrall, Iames Ferguson. How 2: Iody Hunziker, Barbara Mathes, Ioan Taylor, Roberta McKinnie, Gail Whitaker, Roberta Iohn, Pat Roher, lim McCluskey, Don Huot. Row 3: Consuelo Pacheco, Susan Daly. Merc? Arcs, Frances Heldt, Dorcas Bentley, Lucy Lim, Jill Iorgensen, Willie Brice. Ed aux. Row 4: Mary Sinclair. Iulie Wallis, Sue Cook. Betty Clark, Hannah Eckstrom, Dick Ortiz. Iohn Mathews, Charles Orsi, Bob Prince. H0 0 Sc vice Svcicfy "All students with a study hall may ob- tain passes to work in room 125 for the remainder of the week." So runs a common announcement for students. By working for credit during study halls, students may gain membership in the Honor Service Society. To gain the 15 hours basic requirement students work in almost every office, fil- ing cards, answering phones, running er- rands, collecting absence and tardy ex- cuses, and filing magazines in the cur- rent reading rooms. Honor Service mem- bers sell pillows at the games, run the student Employment Exchange, and work in the chemistry and physics labs, too. According to the sponsor, Miss Calan- the Brazelton, there are about 300 mem- bers working for the group. T m r fl t. Honor Service Society Officers- Row 1: Karen Lott, Jan O'Neill, Barbara Spurlock. Row 2: Mike Klenck, Don East, James Jerguson. remains fairly constant, even with grad- uating seniors and incoming sophomores. 1 Initial membership may also be ob- ' tained outside school by working for ap- t proved organizations. -K ,f . Wil Honor Service Society Members-Row 1: Freudenthal. Agron. Rosenblatt, Kalb, Overpeck, Sutton. Abzuzzo, Fox, Farthauer, Fimbres, Creewell,'Spur- lock, Head, Ellis, Klenck, Kaye, Sager, Mordka. Row 2: Minarik, Cleveland. Sayre, Kirk, Stead, Moores. Mohn9Y. Miller. Busby. Howe. Veith. O Neill. Wieden, Iohn, Liberman, Mulleneix, McGregor. Row 3: Handmaker. Supowit, Hoseublum. Shadlev, Lincoln, Ruiz. McAllister, Lewis, Cheeseman, Lee, Th Co ' Da , D . Li , Ba h. McCra . How 4: Burk, Wittwer, Bumeo, Taylor, S. Greenberg, A. Greenberg, Alexander, Settlemyer. ompson, rne, wson rew m c y - Russ. Nunez, Herreras. Langley, Manker, Sakir, Moreno. Row 5: McCarthy, Fergerson, Cart, Baldwin. Iohansmann. Sllqh. Monson, Fleming, Leonard. ' ' ' : t K W'l , H ws re, Hall. Gibson, Andrews, Iorgensen, Carson, Salvatierra, I. Williams, L. Williams, M. Wilson. I. Wilson. Row 6 Lot, ernmerer, xson o a Bradley, Gonzales, Pacheco, Assembly Committee-How 1: Theo Barr, Armstrong. Row 2: Monte Wilson, Phyllis Frazer. Row 3: Pat Flood. Paul Kershner Robinson. Early in the year Tucson Senior High School students learned to look forward to the inter- esting and educational assemblies planned for student body by the Assembly Committee, un- der the direction of Paul Koch, Tucson High counselor. No one will forget the beautiful Christmas program just before the Yuletide season. The program was effectively presented by the per- formers of Balladeers and Terpsichorean groups. The only time the entire student body was one congregation was during the pep assem- blies held in the stadium and gym. The rallies spurred our teams on to many a victory, win- ning much renown throughout the state. sscmbly Cfnruruiftee Perhaps the most impressive assembly dur- ing the year was E. Stanley Jones' talk to the students on the return to religion. Miss Utter- back's vocal groups provided the music, and the audience thoroughly approved the per- formance. The National Honor Society explained its four precepts in an assembly on October 8. New members were initiated, and speakers outlined the main qualifications. The six members of the Committee, ltwo from each of the three classesl, provided the enthusiastic student body with lots of entertain- ing events and a year we won't soon forget. Laura Gale, Adviser SPRING, 1952, INITIATES MMM! it " . ' , -f - , f tg? Joan Burk 'wee 2 V f' , V , l L p 44 Judy Armstrong Dorothy Brewer is if s rw- ! I4 uw' r r , J -A 4 Jeanette Brookshire J0l'lf1 BNHS' X- , ,, f l, J ,ii I, :,. 1 John Burton Wendy Carr ,153 Sa ndy Carson N11 j-I 1 Leadership, scholarship, service and charac- ter - These are the four qualifications for Na- tional Honor Society One hundred twenty one seniors of the Tuc son chapter strive to uphold these morals At the last initiation in March, approximately 15 percent of the senior class were enrolled Membership is determined by vote of the teachers who put up twenty qualified people each These are tallied and considered by a board of nine teachers Three initlatlons are held each year ln the final one, lunlors are admit ted They elect officers forming the nucleus for the coming year Joyce Cleveland V .... . J A K k , K Q xy.: if I. ' 43 'f....,.."""i A' -T ,,,,,, . t , , .. tttss t t, ,t,,, , , Delighf Dgnqr Don East Bernice Erdahl J , ,s,., -,. ,V H 7 if .... ' J, J 1 if M "" K K ,,., i 1 Jean Freudenthdl Joyce Goodman Pat Ha J ssttc L Jim Fletcher gn Hanson Q J Llx Cooper YW? Ee st 1' Pat Flood l Julian Hayden jx Jaclne Dov: P2592 Do Fraze Ernest Ha I I I 0 , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , - . . . . -- H.. : -:inf ' f fx 3, - L . -, ,L .QQ A - - ,551 -gg ' Wie., bk is, it . 5 is M A N, 5 H . ,J - T, 4 R It T H ,. Z 'Q Sf 'fihfflil -f ,. f,.-. 11- ,, - ,, , ,. J L ,Q ' 2' - s 1' t . .,,,, y , 'E . k t " '- ' . W A H. 'P ,gh M Ear, , !g:.2 "- It L i S ei s . H 45,2 gjiw?iy"' 'E t K ik , fax., ll J ral Sbcicfy General Aptitude tests are given to mem- bers in March for one year scholarships rang- ing from S50 to 5600. These tests are given in public and private schools all over the country. Miss Laura Gale, counselor, has been the National Honor Society sponsor for the past nine years. Officers for the past year were David Risler, presidentp Mike Klenck, vice-presidentp and Louise Wong, secretary. ' 555. Wk SV , V ,, , V, A 'Apt WV irir. Sif t' 'li V ., Q ,, J i N li! 9 ---:sq Wk' Klenck Margaret Laubscher , ' Q i f ,,. 1 4 . 'll ' N- inf, 'V x ii X lil 5 L L ,,,, 'Clara -If Leone Mahoney Minari Ms- L W M L M r I Joe Peek Dave Reisler Eleanor Kalb 3 it-sa Effie Leong 'klil S' I kkz, Q1 rc' L L ,L , .ibm f sf' all 5 Q X tio Q6 fs ' x Bob Na bou rs fi, n 2, I , :,. s t t i t Doug Reneer .W -in f v n u ' Karen Lott , y 150 , c if wr lirr . David Novick iw' ..ff 'Pi X Nm' .'.., ... W . J 'K i 5 93, fi 1, , fl Marian Robbins ' 'iii-9-Q x ls ' - lf " ,elites , Roberta John L , ,V , M . W4 E ii- ,5 , A 1 Kafheri ne Kemrnerer Sally Malimky Jan O'Neill Shirley Sayre . lb. E " ' Y ,.:,' 5:4 s,fs,V,? ' L 'l :JY 'f JfQif'5l9' Jane Hawsare 4' sics m il " Peter Johnson 4- I - 'HQ 1 Mg ,nav N Kiefer, ' ig wg, ff i Paul Kershner Jim McCord Gail Overpeck Edith Sheaffer W--L, Wg .1 Jr, w 4. f, , f ",k'y- A V ' 3 , John Wuddle Eleanar Walker Evelyn Walker Louise Wong Chflflu W00d Pauline Young sing, Y ii?i?'i??1l'i 2 ' jf , f ' ,iilgfll A lf? 'X Ki , , W .f -. J, nf, ---- ., . hui. . ' ig- is . 'lf 1' .fillif , " Q , lf 'H ' 1 iff ll'Tlll2'5E'Hlf , A 'V ll, I ' l I . D A E 2 2 511 W ,mil I f ' ,V ' ' kbs f - Jay Allen Peter Bogus S 1 K .. K, in gig s! , i r , ,V ...... .,, IK No! piclured: Roberta Brooks, Ray Lee, Ross Stefan DECEMBER, 1952, INITIATES - ' ll A N , Q ,l a , 51 , 2 i , , klieiifl , .1 L.:: Nj: In .fri lrll S yy , ll . , , .,,, Q f , L E y l ll ., , Q Liba Breger .. l . Y ' ,, E ,, M 5- , isaig lsjgyif - r 'f""""k ' ' - K l"l -' V' .v -jfffif. W 1 -1,1 1 I , - , Q Gay Clawson Mary Jane Crisman Josephine Darris 3, - f ..fi1'Qf-fr E E' llul 5 ,. -- K .4 . " 111 K ' '. l g l, -,,, l ,L l l. iilail ,-, , l Billiv om Ann Jorgensen Huckaby Bob Kalinski Q.. l:l'll 'ff Kathleen Busby ef :Ju Gail Cameron . z 2 la 7 - Q' -, . rf-f r my l, K., K l k llI'w.m ...Y Q. X, .man .mi lffrfxy T215 .. f : rx Wal' ' Mari Faihauer W' , lx Q J x , S an Wendy Kaye Ramona Gonzales ,,,V +5 Anne Kemmer Peggy ml , ti no Krumlauf Sue Payne Q , ab we Smlth ir " ' f'fff- . fg 3 - ,I Whitaker 1 1 ' w .Y ,, ,-, ,,.,.f4 4 , , ,I A K K ' '.k:k 3 ,V V ' ' J ':-, ,, -i Q5-4 V ' J Q- , A V, ' K ., K 7V'k .1 if ww, A , 1' , 1 K sq ggk ,A , ' ' 1' x ' .,:: , gf A 1 K i t : -45 ' :J-It , e gg 1 ' e , ..,.x -A , A ff 11-Q, Jim La Belle Lucy lim Ted McKee Mdfllyrl McNeill DW Monmn U K , H -. V ' iafii M V V few A Vs- , N LL' i - A ,. f " Yi ' :Mg .',.k . gif "" ' Q - fl J .... " :fu Q - ' 5, Pgggy Pulfor Elise Rosenblurn Gay shnmake, lee Shultz Bgmlgg Slngy .... A . , ,,X. f gm J 'r L,L. . fi-gy 'Y -"- -.ff nrna J J, r I K ' K ,mgil .Q M431 w gi w n r, ' " "-' , 8 ZL' A Theresa Svroemi Steve Terry Jody undql-wood Barbara Van Janice Velfh Ofmil' , ' .: h ,rf- : J ,, ,Z 7 , Nancy Jo Wilson Janelle Wiseman Jang Wiffwg Nov pictured: John Fenn, Robert Haskins, Consuela Pacheco, Sandy Wohlgemuth, Andy Young. Gloria Yoha MR. ROBERTS Drama Bob Prestlien served this year as president of Thespians, a national organization of 1500 chapters to which Tucson High belongs. THS ioined the national group soon after it was organized in 1929 to improve the stand- ards of dramatic art. The 11 members gained admission into the club by first earning ten points taking part in productions. Then the club decided whether to Thespians - Row 1: Prestlien, Roberts, Wilmoth, Sutton, Helbig, Levinson. Row 2: Klein, Williams, Rosenblatt, Davison. Row 3: Birt, Pattison, Sloan, Jor- gensen. grant them admission. A member may lose his status in the club at any time by conduct unworthy of a Thespian. A seventeenth century hypochondriac assisted by his maid-servant kept his audi- ence in stitches during the six night run of Moliere's comedy, "The Imaginary In- valid." This first Dramatic Arts presentation ot Thespians the year was held early in January to celebrate the completion of the Dramatic Arts Laboratory which seats over 200 people. ln the play Argon has an extrame fear of dying which is encouraged by his sec- ond wife Beline but which only amuses his servant Toinette. Argon has arranged to have his older Imaginary Invalid a series of one-act plays March 18-26. April 29-May 6 saw the very suc- cessful run of "The Importance of Being Earnest" presented by the National Thes- pian Society. To close a very busy and successful season, another laboratory production was staged late in May. Loyd Roberts was in charge of all pro- ductions. daughter Angelique marry Thomas Dia- foirus whose father is interested only in Argon's money. Angelique in the mean- time has fallen in love with Cleante whom she would meet secretly but for her sis- ter Louison who interferes. Finally with the aid and hindrance of a well rounded cast the tale rights itself and ends happily. Beginning dramatics students were given their chance when they presented "Tonight at Eight-Fifteen" was the produc- tion of three one-act plays presented March 'l8-24. Lloyd Roberts directed "La Soladera", "A Wedding"', and "Doctor from Dunmore" in the new little theater. John Kirpatrick's one act play, "A Wedding," was a comical story proving that true love can conquer all. It's cast included Charles Lee, Scott Westmoreland, Diane Rosanblatt, Pat Wilmoth, Don Eaton, Virginia Williams, Betty Briggs, Jim Sloan, Lloyd Chapman, Peg Klein, Cynthia Birt, and Marilyn Hodges. A heavy drama, "La Soladera," by Josephine Wiggle, dealt with women of the Mexican Rev- olution. Its cast featured Art Goldstein, Jim TONIGHT AT EIGHT FIFTEEN Walters, Charlotte Powell, Mary Welsh, Carol Leonard, Dorothy Brewer, Alice Ray, D-iane Weinzapfel, Barbara Barnes. "The Doctor from Dunmore" is the title of the folk play written by Thomas Dillon and Nolan Leary. This is an Irish romance and its cast learned the Irish accents very well. Nancy Holish, Susan Daly, Ruth Nevins, Anita Rich, Cheryl Roach, Monte Wilson, Karen Locke, Rich- ard Pearlman, Bob Prestlien, Jim Sloan, Harold Bardoch, Harold Sutton, George Good. All stage lighting, sound effects, and sets were handled by Shirley Fox, Ann Jorgenson, Jerry Stevens and Charles Swim under stage manager, Bob Prestlien. Sfagemzf -.,,M.M-x 7 1 ...f K A: bl -1 f 4, 5 Row 1: Sutton, Helbig. Row 2: Swim, Hanna, Russell, Armiio. Row 3: Andrews, Roberts, Prestlin, Brofford. Jorgenson, Stevens. The new "Little Theater" for the drama department was quite an improvement over the cramped back-stage facilities pre- viously used by the Stagecraft classes. The 'heater is spacious, which provides more storing places for properties, cos- pmes, make-up tables, paints, tools, lum- ber, and other vital material used in a stage production. Abruzzo, Fox, Abruzzo, Row 4: Ray, Wilmoth, Stagecraft students do all the con- structing and painting of scenery. All light- ing and backstage crews come from this elective class. Students not affiliated with the class look questioningly at the funny-looking suits which the students must wear. The latter are frequently seen balancing boards and moving materials in order to better the next production. in -4!..'.1' Working behind the scenes. Advisors and officers of Terpsichoros: Buckeye, Wong, Miss Robinson, Wilson, Hanley. Starting out the year early, the THS advanced dance group, Terpsichoros, in- troduced dancing to the half-time enter- tainment at all the home football games. Working in coordination with the band, they gave their biggest show at the Tuc- son-Amphi game at Varsity Stadium. ,Mm cc Couples swayed to Hawaiian music at "Hawaiian Holiday," the Terpsichoros annual dance held in No-vember. The girls presented authentic Hawaiian dances dur- ing a floorshow at intermission. "Christmas lmpressions" was the theme of the Christmas program given with the vocal department. After many hours of creating dances, choosing music, practic- ing and rehearsing they were ready to give the beautiful program. In February they danced for the Girls' League Convention and gave a program entitled "We are Americans" for the Daughters of the American Revolution. Their spring program, "Alice in Ari- zonaland," was given for the California Western Division of the National Associa- tion of Music Education. Terpsichoros members- Row 1: Fathauer, Burk, Alderton, Laubsher, Armiio, Ashworth, Wilson, Breger, Gib- son Yohe, Buckeye, Welsh. Row 2: Hanley, Mahacek, Gaut, Wilson, Weinzaphel, Daly, Johnson, Casaday, Melia Stanley. Row 3: Hemler, McCray, Damato, Taylor, Rivera, Urick, Chapius, Hanson, Doner, Zeigler. Row 4 Gruensfelder, Chisman, Edel, Pearce, Levy, Malinsky, Coopwood, Walker, Walker, Underwood. D ne "Winier Wonderland"- dancinq to this tune were these lovelies. . QX , as-Jw s :- Christmas Impressions W Chrisimas Time hrouqh! the traditional Terp sichoros assembly. 1:2snrwu'11,f.1xg4'ww, S--4. Would.n't you be glad ii this card came your way? Seriousness as well as gaiety was seen. ved 'po Hawaiian Holiday and ryaif' American Fantasy 4,0 '29 15. V An American Fantasy this was called. N Lovely Hula Hands-weaving a plan oi Romance. Telling ihe story of our coun!ry's glory We-64:4 To the familiar strains of "Eager Bea- ver" the Hi-Cats, Tucson High's swing band, opened many fun-filled evenings throughout the 1952-'53 school year. The eighteen music makers, under the direction of Lauritz Bjorlie provided THS with many hours of enjoyable music. Highlight of the year came early in April when the Hi-Cats presented their an- nual assembly. It is generally agreed that this was one of the most enjoyable pro- grams presented throughout the year. Plans were also made to give assemblies at several of the junior high schools. Participating in the senior follies and going on senior ditch day to provide mu- sic for dancing wound up an active year for Tucson High's famed Hi-Cats. Members of swing band-Row 1: Bone, Craig, Krzyzanowski, Griffith. Row 2: Butler, Lamb, Byrne, Peek, Snider, Byrd, Hoover, Nelson, Hartman. Standing: Mr. Biorlie, Falardeau, Blythe, Wilson. 7 Adviser - Mr. Bjorlie, Student Director - Joe Peek. 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W Qicfak oE23m2 3-9.-. qrfigiw' -. mad gieioz Eboozi USMJS .-0 O.- C - 505552 iiurv. Uiugmf Esmsgg -2 .3 .aa ,monk . H-f-'ss 4-2 - iigcW3 -Cooazgbd 2039.-CE EUISQ . UN N L14-U7 .mf oc9, -'ng "Ox-EC-I 8?go2g 2.nmgv c.. E cvrvro vgzr - gg-mince go.-E5 I- Uiifa 'INEBSJ 533-Egg 00.0 gp zzmI2h Q- T- D U uf E Ada ng, Kli .rl te Un Bootman, H .5 -Y L D Q t: at E U 3 at Z night activities Sf ho S th in porta nt part im GVSI' I' YEC St busie nd G ggest bi The Edu- Music f O deration Fe onal Nati he 'l I' fo f this O activities the l describe could wel 0 2 U WGS arch. This Convention in M FS CCI i0 adeers. dger Ball Ba yea r's part of the Tucson Festival of Arts. direction of Madge Utter- Under the the year at f O I'1C6 FC SG CPP Sf eir la on Th Ari W O .D 0 .C 4- 'U C U E 2 'in E U5 0 .C 1- af U U .D ith 02 E? E.- 35 cr 'DS Ea Ea UQD ,Un g2 25' 82 5 U U T,-I1 3.2 UW -Q0 me E QD P U .C J L QD da 'U .9 22 D t'D'U .C0 ".C Q3 Dx 33 Un Ex ii -ci.. 30. 30 'U 3a UL -.2 Ov: Christmas Pa no- the annual Besides Tucson High can be proud of this fine pub- SeVeI"G ntests and C0 rama, the voice oup. gl' CCI VO adeers played an Ball appearances, the lic Miss Utterback - Director. W 6 W cE ys, M Bo Lash, Hall. rtet: Girls, Payne, Yohe, Lichty, UCI edQ Mix Double S- 'o o C C an sc uf E o 'u 42 ai o 22 T' Q F V 1? QW' ,i,,A,., 'Pai-. 31 via Q 1 Q j I f ' ' N .Q 'I lim ,lv I! Swan Office Row 1: Crisman, Fox, Hodges, Suttor Creswell, Armstrong. Row 2: Salvia teria, Burk, Burnett, Paull, Armiio, Gib son. Row 3: Young, Barnhill, Nabours Flood, Sceofield, Johnson. Business before pleasure, but we won- der! octane 78464024 Row I: Goodman, Brewer, Robbins Lott, Whitaker, Wong, Wittwer. Row 2 Clawson, Freudenthal, Seiler, Ellis, Bus by, Davilla, Placko, Alm, Doner. Row 3 John, Eddy, O'Neill, Kerns, Reinhardt, Rowe, Veith, Erdahl. Row 4: Pacheco Gonzales, Ferguson. To instruct the youth of tomorrow. cdafzeqf Gfffnwzdca. Row I: Cruz, Camecho, O'Neill, Filer Bartlett, Celeya. Row 2: Kemmerer Ball, Himeemaan, Genrich, Alsbury, Tay- lor. Row 3: Peacock, William, Franscis- co, Polima, Bitero, Taylor. They prepare for a domestic future. I 7mm Plan to stand by the doctors. Row 1: Thurmon, Moores Greenberg, Stead, lpresj Kirk Sharp, Armiio, Mowen. Row 2 Whiting, R o m e r o , Miller, Cheeseman, Lewis, Niesz, Rod- riguez, Danielson. Row 3: Gris- singer, Dickson, Nonke, Hall Duran, Smith, Bush, Pegram Herreras. wane? leadawof ffnmdca Plan careers for the future. Row 1: Hemler, Crisman, Ha Howard, Rowe. Row 2: nrich, Matturro, Kemmer, dan, Moreno. Row 3: Ja Wieden, John, Coopwoocl, B plan careers for tomorrow. ?atafze df :Yamaha Prove handiwork comes in handy. l Row 1: Weaver, Harris, Rail Kannclnd, I. Wonder, Huff Steele, Strait. 14-iz Waawzs rlent in art brings recognition these members. vw 1: Crisman, Turner, Cun- ngham, McQuigg, McDorwan, add, Watson. Row 2: Wilson, Iriver, Pagen, Abram. Row 3: 'eingdale, Richardson, Delga- n, Carey, Tyton, Pesqueria. aw 4: Craig, Stefen, Klein, eneer. S66 favor of the good neighbor icy. v 'l: Taylor, Gonzales, Cobra- Aros, Pacheco, Paredes. v 2: Cradillas, Calvilloi, Leon, nsel, Turner. Row 3: Celaya, quera, Cradillas, Sharp, Du- , Garcia, Casfellanas, Gon- as. Swim: Need cr job? They'11 help you find one. Row 1: Clawson, Calvillo, Ruiz, Levy, Surdan. Row 2: Mafturro, Howard, Veifh, Handmoker, Lee. Row 3: Van Camp, Haase, Boyd, Rowe, Coopwood. Qoznwwelad Lil Augenspil could learn from them. Row 'la Schubert, Wentz, Kaye, Zubowski, O'Neil. Row 2: Wise- man, Roberts, Cole, Ray, Gris- singer. Row 3: Wylie, Reisler, Jones, Jones, LaBelle. Row 4: Brote, Smith, Fenn, Timian. They put the Gay into Par Row 'l: Steinko, Hilker, Bre Lieberman, Cesarman, How Jimerson. Row 2: Rosenbl Sack, Wilson, Moore, O'Don Freudenthal, Serena,. M Row 3: Grenell, Tobias, C Erickson, Smith, Avilio, Jo Pearlman. sb 1' Q' an-g,.'-25 -Zdffflidfbdliff A dead language lives age for these members. Row 'l: Cook, Neil, Hirsh, Wi ton, Wallis. Row 2: Reinha Schmidt, Kirk, Abram. 4456056 75- 7 lround athletes, plus. w 1: Biesimeyer. Row 2: ampson, G o n z a I e s, Lim, ampson, Caffrey, Pacheco. 1' 'Vx .1 - 1' ' A 'K .gg - X 'H if 6 1. mbets keep the library 'king smoothly. They ve and learn. r 'Ia Boffeld, Lee, Mueller, es, Portillo. Row 2: Warren 1 hhouse, Heidelberg, Robin- , Boefcher. em Always ready to pose. Row 1: W el s h, Underwood Fafheaur, Y o h e, Bonecutter Cooper, Helbig. Row 2: McKin- ney, A b r u z o, Gruensfelder, Bently, Cresswell, Jorgensen I Burk, Gibson. Row 3: Hewitt, Abrams, Hicks, Edel, Crisman, Bustamente, Hall, Overpeck, Armstrong, Seiler, Simmons, Abruzo, Sanders. Fun can be harmless! Row 1: Veith, O'Neill, Kaye, Klenck. Row 2: Bernal, Leong, Pesqueria. Row 3: Ferguson. 3 6 V Helping our new students their main concern. Row 1: Dickson, Whitaker, A worth, Kaye, Dieu, Kerns, Biu mann. Row 2: Whiting, Breg Bushby, McNeill, Calusa, A Rowe. Row 3: Lobarcara, Flet er, Brown, Allen, Veith, Gibs Fieldmen. Row 4: Ferguson, con, Smith, Swain, Vide Brouns, Johnson. Samoa' cam. Reading about Flash Gord' is F un! Row 1: Judson, Koenig, Watsc Salmon, Krumlauf, Kaye, Mc son, Turner. Row 2: Binns, M4 tinek, Schubert, Drew, Jimersc Cole, Moores. Row 3: Mal berg, Bogue, Hoskins, Wyl Birrell. Row 4: Miles, Hayde Bush, Gaines, East, Karp. Sguwze Dance Do-cy-do was their motto. Members: Darris, Mueller, Gries- haber, Warner, Biel, Polimo, Pitero, Francisco, Ball, Bum- gaidner, Nagle, Garl, Barta Veith, Gibson, Barrett, Dixon Hyten, Ryan, Ferguson, McFar- land, Floyd, Elkins, Bushroe Shell, Mayo, Flecher, Huerta Lim, Schecf. 1 l king part in a love match w 'l: Winston, Cunningham ldt, Katcher, Lewis, Bateman. w 2: Jishman, Wallace, Hoff ln, Smith, Walsh, Rogers, Selt- -- , 1 Q. L, my geaykunin A-budding Gutenberg? Left to right: Dundas, Dundas, Aguirre, Parra, Cain, Malkin. A1 fgow 7amJl6aq I I g 2 Tumbling tumble weeds. 5 ":' - 1 m,: - 1 W 5 1 P Row 1: Knipe, Barkdoll, Nurch, S W' 'k- 4 it Paredes, Membrilla, Lans, Bar- : 7 i V 2 y t V ' Y'mf nett. Row 2: Hunter, Selby, XJ g 1 ZYf A Sprotberg, Underwood, Weber, if P i ,e'1'1L i eevg X 'f i' 'S Gough, Faux. Row 3: Burns, ,,.,, ' A oeho ' ii' "" ' " L .V I, " g XU" Ah Stein, Ganan, Bateman, Hunts, L? y A ' Q, Wheeler, Mr. Westervelt. .lfv Q iff 2 it ' Not pictured: Gum, Huot, Shirk, if S 's L if 'ft N ' 1: fe'l L 93 arlton, Thornberg, Lilly, Arm- ! ,fy Yiisstig-A is strong, Bartlett, Berquist, Hay- s KQV x K 1, l,-er 2 tiggiw, ,,,,, - den, Hough, M a h a n, Saeter, f Jill 285' X 3 M, "Qi ,v Smith, Weld, Carr, Carroll, Col- X N H ..,. H A AN 'ii Iins, Guild, Kerchner. is-...W . Mm tsvifmszi W.: ,- H ff Z I 'T'-lf?" . Learning to Scaramouche were: 9 ' ti f 'f,'i ,g,,- A ,,', g Q, tg y iw ggi. 4 ir k Q u S X V I Row 1: Manker, Harris, Mun l'llW'l ' f ,LV .'Ve M guia, Vosskuhler, Ellis, Lincoln, 7 Burritt, Cannavacial. Row 2 Q Johnson, Winston, McPherson, I Y V V fn M V Mattingly, Read, Burch - in 2 X NL V'l, ti is L, - J ,Q structor, Lipscomb, McPherson, g L' ' - ' 7' ' ' Lucas, Cook, Cole. Row 3: Lips A comb, Miss Henry, Rosenberg ' - V , Seltzer, Elias, Alexander, Bart- s,, , ,,,,., 4 L lett, R a m s e y, Summerfield, i Kll- t , ,, ig "" 'Qi M ,,,fw3f,g , S S '-V55 . Aker. ?..J Znzww4S4dJle Interested in horsemcznship. Row 1: Locketr, Smith, Goss, Gruenfelder, Freyse, Roych, Ray, Crowdy. Row 2: Canning, Ball, Wallis, Beachy, Bergin, Chap- uis. Row 3: Schantz, Peacock, Taylor, Merchant, Lewis, Schen- del, Miller. Row 4: Martin lsponsorj, Williams, Faure, Hur- ley, Roth, Perkins, Shamburger, Smith, S. Smith, Reigstod, Cot- shell, Bowell. Making strikes to spare were: Row I: Ackerman, Shoemaker, Lee, Pesqueria. Row 2: Green- berg, McRae, Winston, Lim, Han- son, Neubauer, Lane. Row 3: Gage, Jenks, Stone, Hannah, Leong. 5 LJ fiffzciagelal I shot an arrow into the air . . . Row 1: Denny, Moses, McRae, Jinks, Gage, Schuster, Art, Bate- man. Row 2: Tanner, Miss Cros- by, Bennett, Bush. 54666146 Dry skiing prepares them for Mt. Lemon. Row I: Kerns, Barrett, Bennett, Zimmerman, Kemmerer. Row 2: Nelson, L. Shultz, G. Shultz, Wil- son, Strickland. ,ME We aim to please. Row l: Carroll, Krumlauf, Peek, Alexan- der, Johnson. Row 2: Van Cleve, Winter, Leeds, Jones, Brown. Row 3: Snyder, Gru- baugh, Allen. owew They provide soft music. Row 1: Duran, Reneer, Lott. Row 2: Hugh McGregor, Anderson, Manker. 745k 'famda Vieing for ping pong honors Were: Row l: Videen, Mason, Rigdon, Arias Ruiz, Shumaker. Row 2: Carson, Fishman Marcus. Wmdialldlud This develops muscles! Ro 'l G lhouse, Davis G y R 2 Hyten, Ryan, Thompson, Cuff y WQMQ 5 Vlfc, XM 'a"""'4-' V6 lb, tid 95006 ,,,,Q, .. ia-il Ewa MZ. 96... T5,Lf,ll Af. df . T W , Afgw fllosv 46' l -if lflfzn lu-J lex? l l Q, , if JPOK7! i 66 ff! :sa gala 7amJlla9 Amazingly agile. Row 1: Sink, 'McPherson B meyer, Hay den, Allen. Row 2: Lttl Row 3: Wilson ' I lp- ...J l. . if ,ff W, 5 wqww Their motives are strictly aca- demic. Row I: Kaye, Schubert, Moores. Row 2: Bogue, Knumlauf, Wylie. J. mm! ' 6646 The classics are well appreciat- ed. Row 'la O'Neil, Greenberg, Kaye Jimerson, Stapleton. Row 2: Du ran, Klenck, Jones, Susanmachn- hert, J. Jones. Row 3: Monson Timian, Grissinger, Fenn, Som- merfield. Y '11-1 j"""f"-n...a .leo Pwzpaa 77 The perfect dolls learned to be charming. . Row l: Rivera, Kerns, Kemmer- er, Gressinger, Hineman. Row 2: Whitaker, Rodugues, Lee, Flores, Schacht, Lichfy, Salva- tiera, Dawson, Hipsher, Laah- cher. Row 3: Wilkinson, Segel- eon, Fink, Parker, Wiseman, Arcs, Rowe, Kemmer, Sudan, Ashworth, Thompson, Williams. vv 1 Ferguson, Botfield, enberg, Berdeen. Row 2 rcia Jones, Johnson, Price. N 3 Mr. King, Allen. i ll se boys serve THS. Three, two, one, on the air . . Row 1: Griggs, Kramer, Mount, East. Row 2: Melrose, Bouge, Stillman, Rimer. Row 3: Singer, Gains. emew Please, we're concentrating! Table 1-Board No. 'I: Sprot- bery, Hayden. Board No. 2: Roth, Tretiak. Board No. 3: Fin- gold, Brandwynne. Table 2- Board No. l: Fishman, Karp. Board No. 2: Turner, Boker. Table 3- Board No. 'l: Gaines, East. Board No. 2: Walsh, Ne- ville. Board No. 3: Holish, Cole. Watchers: Wilson, Sommerfield, Peters, Malmberg, Stellmacher. 4-S Za diem PM Future Einsteins these. Row 1: Griggs, Peak, Schubert, Abb East, Moores, Bogue, Luther. Row 2: Shu Mordka, Walsh, Merle, Krumlauf, Tur Mohney, Neville. Row 3: Gross, R Gaines, Rimer, Cramer, Serbin, Hayd Mount, Reisler, Mueller, Bush, Rams Judson. LE Emma Their war cry, "watch the birdt Row 1: Farrison, McCord, Shaffer, Parecl Mr. Goldstein. Row 2: Merritt, Gomes, . caraz, Ray, Hughes. Row 3: Land Vaughn, Morehead, Woods. .lqfzeo We demand respect. Row 1: Nelson, Barnett, Swope, Lamb, Kuelthau, Wallace. Row 2: Stockdale, Weber, Moore, Shultz, Snook, Del Rio. Frank Paredes, member, took picture. 70161014 Pen in hand, we're ready. Row 1: Taylor, Botfelcl, Kaye. Row 2: Celaya, Young, Veith, Manuel. Pm' Lights, action, camera! Row 1: Grubaugh, Hoskins Scott, J o h n s o n, Griggs, Cen ter. Kaye, W. Row 2: Berg quist, Wager, Ferguson, Krum- lauf, M i l e s, Aker, Hersey O'Shea Smith. I Juniors and Seniors-Row 'l: Vance, MeGrail, Lewis, Merrill, Lucas, DeCoak, Rykken. Row 2: Waltuck, Soloman, Reidelberg, Steinko, Alm, Williams lDeanneD, Williams CLindaD, Baumgardner, Newmeyer. Row 3: Wallis, Clark, Weinzapfel, Frazier, Busby, McMahon, Aros, Tellez, Rodriguez, Darris. P. Sophomores- Row 1: Goss, Cota, Gallardo, Drachman, Denny, Ashley, Mun- quia, Putman. Row 2: Kimble, Allen, Block, Ray, Kaufman, Campbell, Rogers Gee, Serena, Heidleberg. Row 3: Barr, Coggwell, Jackson, Freyse, Fiscello, Stoll McPherson, Hinman, Lyone, Lein, Pemberton, Lincoln. Row 4: McCullum, Snoke Robinson, Fay, Hipsher, Lewis, Schendel, Merchant, Wilhoit, Phillips, Nye, Moses Dawson, Schmidt, Schneck. ' , fx I I I I I , , P P W4 ff' ,wwf 7m-We and 74:-7 O d OHV LY? ' 5 , W If Xb X: 1 X f' 1" fwdff' LS ,lt'f"f t 1 if s Cb A!" 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M......-av-+-. W. - 1-My we-5 'X w 11 4 fm mr -bmw .M MMM- -.-., ...M ,Q ,:'U-www-nvf'fwff , Li M 'wux WMM M Sf' wp-mhmm-y-uw -up N - 9' -- , Vwnwlaww . 14 wil?" 'AML' Lf ' ' my Sports M v vm UM fate Cflzampinus . . . if. ss6,,9"E?? , . , t. . od ' an ROY ul-mv lffcmf-EQbiiZi?21,son lifif Cifvviolo' W M rnhill. Row 'Castillo' ' Pain, Gu Bell. Rlce' Ba , n. - on' in roll. Nlclatelzgxgna. Brlglghrl Acosiof Bac metlilgs Smith, New MO' ' Zratlrall Did you ever wonder how to cook up a championship football team? There's really noth- ing to it. Simply place a top-notch coaching staff along with sizeable amounts of Favara, Morales, Barrickman, Owens, Flood, Yaryan, Oden and other assorted grid stuff into a large high school of more than 3,200. Add big quan- tities of well-balanced backfield and plenty of hard-punching forward wall to the mixture. Stir in generous portions of blocking, tackling, pass- ing, running, booting, and scoring ability. Then .03-of ROW 2: lm9'-l' A n. . berlin. Johrfzlol Flwdaeggar- CqreY- KlmcDonell. Poway Alefcn A Nord' . ks, Mo I 1 W 1 I Yo,-yan. l-el Hggrridmsgl., Coillief AAl:rltrainerl.wRo5: HUCl'cbY , . .. , rn . R aaie- Owenmofmn-. T""f.u Peiimnouci-5, Geldglibvf Wm' 0 We , U51 n eel' hc ifel eily. m0 ow Gr cgu Lapel' Conn O,-01.601 Slm coochl' Br chi Mr' au9h' M season with liberal amounts of physical prowess, energy, speed, endurance, teamwork, and good sportsmanship. Garnish with big slices of school spirit. To serve, place entire mixture into good- sized football stadium llarge enough to ac- commodate ten or fifteen thousandl along with strong opponent. Badger fans are guaranteed results as pleasing as any feast. Our brilliant Badger eleven spent the sea- son in blasting its way to its second straight 'Q its f i t Badgers celebfote an h Ampht Qame lubll i ,,..,-fwfr f thers are equally F T 9 K cker r00fT1- rry in the 0 ass A Conference title, the mythical state ampionship, the city crown, and acclaim as le of the top-ranking prep teams in Arizo'na's Greer tabbed e '52 squad the best he has coached and the 'eatest he has seen in the een at THS. id history. Badger coach "Red" 15 years he has In streaking to ten straight victories, the un- efeated, unequalled Badger powerhouse av- oged 27.7 points per game as compared with a foes' average of a mere 6.8. Altogether the wuad piled up 277 points and held its opposition only 68 during the season Tucson has be . en :defeated for seventeen consecutive games nring the past two seasons. First game of th mber 19. The Badgers, reputed in pre-game orts write-ups as having a "green line" and oubtful defense," lashed th e year was in Bisbee Sep- e Pumas, 39-0. The and Pon 1 the ball? tt seems Badgers Who's Q0 bewildered' Badgers tussle with North Phoenix players to get ball ST. MARY'S VS. TUCSON following week the Thunderbirds of West Phoe- nix took a stomping from Tucson, 31-7. The Birds had previously been rated most likely to take home the Class A crown. The afternoon before the first home game of the year found THS Students storming down- town streets in a gigantic pep rally. Their en- thusiasm proved well-founded that night, for K9-,x iff., ff COACH JASON "RED" GREER the Badgers trampled North Phoenix, 33-14. October 'IO our THS eleven downed the for- merly unbeaten Yuma criminals in a tight, 7-O, tussle in Tucson. Tough St. Mary's fell to Tuc- son, I9-O, October 17th in THS stadium. The Red and White continued to drive toward the title as Mesa's Jackrabbits fell, 28-21, in a close thriller at Metso. The Coyotes of Phoenix Union KEN PEARSON AND HANK EGBERT Assistant Coaches 1 fe BARRY BROWN AND PETE JOHNSON Managers WAL flnw Trainers AL GELDERMAN and TED BAILY patch up player Bill Alexander. 'fi in 1+ "K ., if ., I . . ,. ' ' . f r 4 , . - L 4 .3 ' i 'U I Q 2 ah Qian., ,V r g J., y,,.,. N4 T... took a thumping, 14-7, at Phoenix October 31, in the first of two games between THS and PU. November 14 saw the Class B Douglas Bull- dogs giving the Badgers a rough time in the first half, but the Badgers managed to out- last the Dogs and emerged victorious, winning 27-6. November 27 Tucson again met Phoenix Union, this time at home, and prevailed 27-6. THS took the city crown and sewed up the conference title and state championship in a turkey day tiff with its traditional crosstown rival, Amphitheater. The Red and White top- pled the Panthers, 25-7, before a record crowd of 15,000 in the University of Arizona stadium. When the Class A All-State grid awards were announced, early in December, Tucson High footballers dominated the list. THS grid- sters on the first string lineup were Bill Oden, end, Guy Barrickman, guard, Pat Flood, quarter- back and Joel Favara, halfback. John Yaryan made guard on the second team. The All-State team is chosen by Arizona high school foot- ball coaches. ln December Tucson High's grid powerhouse was voted the city's greatest athletic aggrega- tion of 1952 in a poll of Tucson sports fans. This honor was won in competition with such outstanding teams as the U of A track and foot- ball combinations. Coach Greer's prepsters gained 2,411 yards c "'5"""' i . 4. Halfback Joel Favara runs with an Amphi player A Bisbee man receives a pass as Eddie Torres in hof pursuit prepares to tackle him. 'N-wif JIM KIMBERLIN Mike Morales charges through Amphi's deiense. rushing and 1,061 yards passing for a total of- fensive mark of 3,472 yards for the season. Tucson held its ten opponents to 1,262 yards rushing and 427 passing for a total of 1,689. THS made 132 first downs as opposed to opl ponent's 95. Average yardage per game was 347 to 169. Left halfback Joel Favara became the state's highest scorer with 14 touchdowns and 84 points to his credit, but he was below his '51 rec- ord of 19 TDs. Favara also topped the state's rushers with 913 yards on 125 carries, an 'idllhw' Halfback GUY BARRICKMAN Tackle JIM MARKINS JOEL FAVARA End Halfback ED TORRES End ,-an-.Q vm. 5, in W? E X' ' 9 9' Qi! 'N 1-wgrlx ' fi w r . .-lf: rim Lg, ff - was s , M W W 4 . - f Q zgggsfgf. ' z K5-Qyisk ga-Nga? K, , X 'wi , -4 7-., 1 ,,,. 4 X u N r Q, , ,.,. L .f,, fmifpssg JOHN WADDLE BOB BARNHILL Tackle Tackle JOHN YARYAN Guard TOM CONNELLY RAYMOND LEE Center Guard FORD HICKS Tackle Co-Captains Pa! Flood and Ioel Favarcx ceive the Francis Siegel trophy for defeating Plyofnix Union, 41-7. 1,71 A MIKE MORALES g l Halfback 'in U I PAT FLOOD, Quarterback MARK OWEN, Fullback BILL ODEN, End ,al Q . .M 5 N '4 ' ,V 7 ,. 5:2 My .. 'Wflf H ff? gg. rv' ., . .am Y g.l" J U 'l qilik H . .li fr it s ll l it ,,LW, ,g . 7 ll 1 it S 1 fa 11 ., ,f xx ,L 1 w k V 0 wg Yi fe' c A . - . . average of 7.3 yards per carry. He also was one of the team's top booters and his passes were long and accurate. Joel received praise from his coaches as the greatest back in THS football history. One of the top performances was the pass- ing of quarterback Pat Flood. He completed 57 in 111 attempts for 1,002 yards and a .514 per- centage. Eight of his throws went for touch- downs. Second among the team's scorers was right half Mike Morales. Mike made 12 TDs and 72 points. Bill Oden, left end, paced the pass re- ceivers with 22 catches for 431 yards and five touchdowns. Twenty THS grid stars were lost through graduation this year. They are Tom Connelly, John Waddle, Mark Owen, Guy Barrickman, John Yaryan, Ford Hicks, George Carey, Bob Barnhill, Jim Markins, Henry Lopez, Eddie Tor- res, Duncan MacDonell, Ray Lee, Joel Favara, Gene Simmons, Bill Newton, Joe Orozco, Jim Kimberlin, Pat Flood and Bill Oden. .4 ke i --:-: .' fY ii' Tv X K Avvv. I K W 2 E iff?'ifx v wif I QW Fifi if i NV U15 Sm on is' Kvcard TUCSON TUCSON TUCSON TUCSON TUCSON TUCSON TUCSON TUCSON TUCSON TUCSON . . . . . Bisbee West Phoenix North Phoenix . . . . . . Yuma . . . St. Mory's .......Mesu 27 .... ........ D ouglas Phoenix Union Phoenix Union Amphiiheater 0 7 'I4 0 0 21 7 6 6 7 in Row 1: Ruiz, Shee, Keller, Montague, Mulcahy, Meyer, Lerma, Edwards, Ortiz. Row 2: Sligh fmanagerl, Huckaby, Alameda, Russell, Wanslee, Leone, Rice, Shober, Bebb, Montana, Price, Mr. Farber lcoachl. Row 3: Colburn, Toland, Scott, Craven, Fimbres, Ball, Vanover. fayvccs. . . For the first time in the history of Tucson High, a Junior Varsity football team was or- ganized this year. lts purpose' is to provide every boy an opportunity to play interscholas- tic football. Coach Louis Farber was assisted by Lee Carey in coaching the Ja.yvees to a two won, two last record. The first game of the season was unique in that it pitted the Jayvees against the varsity of Florence High School. The Jayvees fought valiantly, but succumbed to a 26-7 defeat. Tuc- son defeated St. John's Mission 47-0 in its sec- ond game of the season. ln a second game with St. John's, the Jay- vees triumphed 26-0. At Mesa,, their Jayvees had won eight games and were undefeatedg but Tucson gut up a gallant struggle before going down to a 26-'I4 defeat. It is to be hoped that in addition to giving everybody a chance to play, the players will be groomed for future varsity competition. Jay- vee players have been recommended for next year's varsity. LOUIS FARBER Coach gl LEE CAREY Assistant Coach if ' 4' s,,, illigivg V N E FRANCIS RICKERT Coach 6116 "Like father, like son," so the saying goes. Following the example set by their mother team the baby badgers trampled all their foes emerged with an undefeated, untied record and scored over 200 points in six games dur OSCAR CARRILLO Assistant Coach ing the season. At the beginning of the season, 116 boys went out for sophomore football. This was narrowed down to fifty-six. A wealth of material, according to Mr. Rickert, cub coach. Row 1: Burris, Kilmer, L. Lopez, H. Lopez, Guerra, Johnson, Acosta, Cole, Murphy, Perkins, Cracchiola, Crockett, Dering Kmgr.l. Row 2: McLain, Etchart, Pruit, Shannon, Martya, Rober- son, Gastello, Anaya, McCarthy, Covert, Moreno, Thomason, Mansfield, Carson. Row 3: Rick- ert, Orsi, Barnhill, Sandoval, Nunez, Leon, Robinson, Salazar, Crosby, Burnt, Sarchs, Webb, Beck, lrozco, Carrillo. Row 4: Engle, Flood, Fernandes, Cruz, O'Dowd, N. Lopez, Hatcher, Reid, Morales, Stewart, Goode, Pacho, Blackeslee, Knickerbocker. COACH BUD DOOLEN Tucson High's speedy representatives on the hardwood proved their powers to all by capturing the Class A Basketball crown and ending their 1952-53 season with an overall record of 17 wins against three defeats. Early in the year, Coach Bud Doolen, supported by nine returning lettermen, molded the Badgers into a powerful team that opposing squads found hard to sub- due throughout the season. The 8-1 record Basketball of the red and white against Class A schools was their best effort in many years. The Doolen-men avenged their initial cage setback of the season by overcoming a last minute drive of the Mesa Jackrab- bits in an action-packed court battle. In another thriller, the Badgers edged past the dangerous West Phoenix Thunderbirds by four points in a non-conference tilt. One of the more novel court clashes BILL ODEN BURT KINERK EDDIE MITCHELL Guard Guard Guard a ff . . sffj NAL -- Rowx l: Westmoreland Cmgnl, N. Wilson, Oden, Douglas, G. Wilson, Hopkins, Dinwiddie, Gunter, Adamson lmgr.J. Row 2: Davis, Grant, Nordmeyer, Quinn, Mitchell, Kinerk, Haynes, John- son lmgr.l. Row 3: Flood, Acton, Baldwin, Nowinski, Wing, Robinson, Mr. Doolen lcoachl. of the season saw the "Fighting Faculty All-Stars" come within twelve points of the varsity hoopsters in a game sponsored A by the sophomore class. ' Tucson High's cross-town rival, Am- phitheater, felt the sting of defeat in all its three encounters with the Badgers, but suf- DICK NORDMEYER NAP WILSQN Gllafd Guard Managers Joe Johnson, Scott Westmore- land and Larry Adamson. 51' 1 5 2 M, . . Mi ,N ,X A . iff f ,Q 5 . is N, Ik ,S if QQgfjh!X 'Q Ulf F f K E wx x 4 V - Q ? " Q ,,3i. . W gy 2 1 4 2-sg 13 E4 , 5 frgyfww . A, Qfmf, . qwi, ,E - Q K1 TQ? i? U , A 5 XX. THS 3592 nw, xx so , , LSQQ5 W 5 1 f, f-9 Q . Sp X 5 , 6 if its .1 we- 'i ' fered their greatest setback when losing the opening game of the state tourney to THS. Tucson High advanced to the semi-final in the state high school gathering where they were downed by the aggresive Mesa squad who gave Phoenix Tech a fight be- fore conceding the championship to the Hornets. Badger guard Bill Oden's nomination to the All-State basketball team consoled Tucson tourney fans and gave Oden the honor of being the only Arizona athlete on both the All-State football and basket- ball teams. Ah, ah, ah! Musm't touch! ERNEST HAYNES JOE GUNTER Guard Guard GARTH WILSON GEORGE GRANT Center Forward JOHN DOUGLAS TOM DINWIDDIE Forward Center I """ 'I MARVIN QUINN Center LOUIE HOPKINS Forward RUSS DAVIS Guard Row 1: Glad, Mower, Lubbers, Sandoval, Erickson. Row 2: Lutz, Cvetovich, Broekema, Hunter, Wiederhold, Renick. Row 3: Mr. White Ccoachl, Almazan, King, Baron, Hawk. Row 4: Austin, Wilson, Quesada, Johnson fmgr.l, Herring Cmgr.J. 6116 COACH WHITE The Badger Cubs, Tucson High's equivalent to a Junior Varsity basketball squad, ended the current season with an outstanding record of ten victories and four defeats. Working entirely with Sophomores, Coach James White drilled the former iunior high stars on the fundamental plays and tactics of the hard court game. With hopes that many of his players will next year make the varsity, White planned a tough schedule that would give them the needed experience for the future. After winning their initial encounters of the season, the THS Cubs fell at the hands of the Mesa J. V.'s. Their return match with the Jackrabbits was the same story and the Mesa Bunnies went on through the year undefeated. That plus a heartbreaking setback against Phoenix Tech and a trouncing by Phoe- nix Union, the Baby Badgers were vic- torious throughout their campaign. B a se b a I I LEE CAREY AND HANK SLAGLE 1 . ,E . s B wr 'WUI Row 1: Corey, Yborro, Hyman, Barrickman, Flood, Swaim, Kinerk, Torres, Gallego, Oden, Slagle. Row 2: Lee, Glenn, Wing, Lupo, Morales, Belton, Gunter, Carrillo, Pesquerila, Car- baial, Uvodich. Row 3: Aros, Bell, Nelson, Seal, Briggman, Fimbres, Coppola, Ellis. Af the 01-'fsef Of The SGGSONI the shortstop, Mike Morales, outfielders, Bill Chances fo' this Yea' lcoked indeed Oden, Chuck Barrickman, and pitchers, cloudy for Coach Hank Slagle. Last Al Gallego, Henry "Be-Bop" Ybarra, YeC""5 mUln5f0Y5 Were Qonef SUVS for and Burt Kinerk, all of which form the eight returning lettermen, first-sacker, backbone of this year's team. Gallego Pct Flood: third-baseman, Don Swain: and Kinerk also double as outfielders. 1 sf.. ef -rx. 4 am, fm, NAV bm ALBERT GALLEGO PAT FLOOD DON SWAIN Pitcher First base Third base BILL ODEN GUY BARRICKMAN JIM WING Right Field Center field Catcher Slagle re-shuffled his lineup which was sprinkled with newcomers and un- tried men, until he found a combination that clicked. Ed Torres, ace keystoner, although a senior, was in his first year of varsity ball and showed plenty of know-how and experience. Behind the plate, Jim Wing has shown that he has the stuff to be the take-charge guy of the team with his sparkling play. Out- field prospects Don Hyman and Joe Gunter have also shown up well. Bol- stering the pitching staff were Jerry Coppola, Ben Carbajal, and reliefer Jim Carrillo. ROBERT LEE, LEON GLENN, JIM ELLIS Do . ' xl- 'temvimq' xsnl JERRY COPPOLA DON HYMAN EDDIE TORRES Pitcher Lett field Second base :fm much me BURT KINERK MIKE MORALES HENRY YBARRA Pitcher Short stop Pitcher 1 N z I I 6116 ,L-nl Excuse MY Dusll This year's Cub baseball team, under Coach Ted Bailey, has shown signs of turning up promising material for future Badger teams. The Cubs defeated Patagonia, 4-3, lost to Marana 6-4, and Salpointe ll- IO. Next to come up against the Bailey- men were Amphitheater J. V.'s, twice, one return engagement with Patago- nia, and other encounters with Salpointe and Marana. ' The big three for the Cubs were Ernie Bernal, Ramon Salazar, and Frank Lo- boccara. Filling out the mound corps were: Joe McGee, Jerry Dyer and Sam Blakesly. At the initial sack was Bill Schimmel, and going around the- horn, was second baseman Armando Anaya, shortstop Fred Moreno, and guardian of the "hot corner," Arnold Lopez. Rudy Manzo had left field sewed up, Jim Mc- Guire, the centerfield post, and sharing the right field position were Fred Ana- ya, and Ernest Gomez. Fighting it out for catcher were Bob Allen, Vincent Glad, and Dave Martin. TED BAILEY Row l: Minarik, Clifford, A. Anaya, Manzo, Martyn, Baron, Glad, Koziel, Blakesley Row 2: Moreno, Gomez, Parcell, Morales, Allen, Magee, F. Anaya, Bernstein. Row 3 Meenan, Nowinski, McGuire, Borland, Polson, Dyer, Bernal, Lopez. Row 4: Schimmel Stanley, Loboccara, Salazar, Bailey. MR. BELL, Assistant Coach and MR. VAN HORN, 5 Head Coach. .vu , ' Row 1: Adams, Carmicheal, Favara, Carr, Nabours, Woods, Nevius, Kordsieman Row 2: Zahn, Pettiiohn, Oliver, McKee, Carter, Douglas, Meyers, B. Huckaby Romero. Row 3: Johnson, Brooks, B. Nordmeyer, Nicholson, Acosto, Pain, Castillo Kavanaugh, Downs. Row 4: D. Nordmeyer, LeCane, Taylor, Landes, Van Coilie Kitchens, Ball, Newton, Bertagna. Row 5: Mansfield, Lopez, Pigee, Hunter, Bor ber, W. Huchaby. A94 3? , . Badger thinclads were off to a good start this year and kept proving them- selves up to the finish. With the weather in their favor the trackmen shaped up fairly well, with a few exceptions. Al Nicholson, dash-man, had leg trouble at the start of the sea- son along with Bob Nabours, half-miler. With more students taking interest in track, spirit on the team rose during the season. Coach "Doc" Van Horne and assistant Coach Gale Bell can be credited for this spirit. Tucson this year had good performers in every event. In the dashes Nicholson, Bill Kordsiemon, Bill Newton, and Bob Barber performed ably. In the high hurdles John Carr and Fred Nevius galaimed many points. Low hurdlers were Nevius, Carr, and Bill Carrell. Joel Favara was a big asset to the team. He threw the shot and the discus. Capably running the mile was Ro- mero. Gerade Meyers, top 440 man, s05came through each time this year. Senior pole vaulter, Charles Woods, 7' 'v'vf--vs'-'rvrr'T"W' ' .'- ' 3--.-A 1 'Tl T' -was responsible for the many points in his department. He was also discus man. Harvey Adams was top high-iumper on the team. Half-milers Bob Nabours and Ken Zahn did very fine running. In the broad jump John Carr and Harvey Adams did most of the work. .6 P L 4 5 Q NA A PL., bln! U' , 0 4 o ' .M 'JA4 A ,ve AL GELDERMAN, sos BARNHILL .4 S 0 0 E o 'Y . l s L 4 ll A 5 G I6 0 S J 0 . 'Nj The 1953 squad showed Tucson fans I 4 S 6 ,JT l", ,U a lot of spirit and a lot of good track KA V 0' G -l K of' and field performances. df - -Y' ,J fb' 'KLA BILL KORDSIEMON BOB NABOURS TED McKEE o Lf - 5. , Nz A . ,, L L g g I VLEOWQ Q Q nb ...gvq .. V I A L - W- - ,,E.k gf AL A QQ - i 'E xLA,L 5? W Im' f ,K as X , ,f ,. V 3 g f iw! xx, L VV .EE K M ! g ! V. A 1. A f i. ,WL O L L' L A A A f L A CL A LA L C X Q A ' , l ED CARTER BILL NEWTON JOEL FAVARA DON CARMICHAEL FRED NEVIUS CHARLIE WOODS GERARD MYERS JOHN CARR HARVEY ADAMS e.4,4,..r .ill on imc the wild blue . . . Uhhhhhhhhh . . . Give him U hand - - - 1 1 Row 'la Wallace Cmgr.J, Riley O'Dowd, Tarver, Garcia, Abelt, Caracchiola. Row 2: Burns lmgr.l, Cramer, Nunez, Lutz, Cooper, Acosta, Preutt. Row 3: Brooks fcoachl, Gyles, King, Suiger, Barrett, Goode, Neale, Reuhlen. Row 4: Mitchell, McLean, Barnhill, Murry, Cvetovich, Becroft, Angle, Brown. 6116 Crack . . . Cub runners under Coach Brooks per- formed fairly well, for a young team, this year. Although placing third in their first meet, the Tucson Relays, they improved rapidly from then on. The cubs of this year will be counted COACH BROOKS on heavily next year as many of the varsity men will be lost through grad- uation. Many of the Cubs showed much potential throughout the season. Finish- ing up strong they proved that good coaching usually pulls a team up the ladder. P 0 Q I l b J fx. Q04 TED McKEE DON CARMICHAEL PAT MQCCOUTNEY JIM BROOKS FRED NEVIUS ED CARTER KEN ZAHN , - W, -F - f,-,-- VT, Q. -'Cul K Cross Countr The Cross Country track team, coached by Gale Bell, participated in five meets this past year, winning three of them and losing the other two by close margins. Tucson defeated West M My ffl! JW Phoenix, 27-28, North Phoenix, 26-29, and split two games with the University if Row 1: Nevius, Carter, Carmichael, Mac Coutney, McKee, Zahn. Row 2: LeCain, Anaya, Downs, Brooks, Osteler, Becraft. Row 3: Bell, Barber, Garcia, Wald, Acosta, Lopez. of Arizona Frosh, winning the first 24- 33, and losing the second 28-27. They then lost to West Phoenix, whom they previously had defeated. In this sport the low score wins. This year was the first in which maior letters were given. Cinder men winning awards were Ken Zahn, Jim Brooks, Ed Carter, Don Carmichael, and Ted McKee. COACH GALE BELL Wrestling The Tucson High Wrestling Team, coached by Ken Pearson, has enioyed a highly successful season. The team won its first three meets with the Arizona Deaf and Blind School. ln the recent A. A. U. meet, which determines the state champions in the different weight divisions, the THS Grapplers emerged YARVAN LOPEZ with winners in five of the ten weight divisions. Alfred Campos won the 115 pound title, John Lopez, 137 pounds, John Yaryan, 177 pounds, Pete Wil- liams, 191 pounds, and Willie Small in the unlimited class. Next on the schedule was a meet with the Phoenix lndian School, and the State Invitational Tournament in Tucson. Two meets with Duncan, and the state meet during University Week ended their schedule. Wrestling was made a maior sport last year, and since then, enthusiasm for the sport has greatly developed. The different weight divisions enable boys of all sizes and weights to compete. CORDIER MR. PEARSON Coach This is a huq? Bite him! TIPTON Row 1: Compos, Enribas, Burns, Anderson, C. Tipton, Holberg, Guerra, Enrine. Row 2: Mr. Pearson fcoachl, Lopez, S. Tipton, G ra ce, Cordier, Guire, H e c k I e r, McGoffin, Bonn, Bebb, Lopez, Dering Cmgr.J, Stuart. Row 3: Gastel- lum, Crochett, Johnson, La- son, Ortiz, Conconnon, Redi, Salaz. Row 4: Roberson, But- kilwicz, Summer, Hicks, Arnl- chy, Field, Koehler, Beck, Marclis. to COACH Sl GANEM Boys Tennis The boys' tennis team was very for- tunate indeed to have Si Ganem, a past city tennis champion, as its coach. Under his direction for the past two semesters, the team was twice' victorious over Phoenix Union High School, win- ning both times by identical scores, 7-0. Yuma also proved to be a victim, as the Criminals lost five matches to the Badgers. North Phoenix High, however, was tougher to beat, but the Badgers came through to win 4-3. Other matches were scheduled too late to be mentioned here. Row 'I: Si Ganem lcoachl, Richard Loveday, Bobby Abbott, Cliff Smith, Bill Emory. Row 2: Bob Kalinske, John B. Barnett, Don Harrison, Dave Smith, Hec- tor Carrillo, Sandy Wohlge-nuth. BOBBIE ABBOTT JOHN BARNETT SANDY WOHLGEMUTH DON HARRISON BOB KALINSKE Ganem's proteges this year included Don Harrison, John B. Barnett, Bob Ab- bott, Stuart Wohlgemuth, Bob Kalinske, Herman Carillo and Jerry Lapin. Many of them entered the Arizona State Tour- nament but Jerry Lapin proved to be the most successful, becoming finalist runner-up in the iunior division of the singles. Graduating seniors include John B. Barnett, Stuart Wohlgemuth, Bob Kalinske and Jerry Lapin. Next year the team will be bolstered with this year's talented sophomores and iuniors. BILL EMORY JOHN BARNETT and DON HARRISON GirI's Tennis Measles! Rain! Flu! While these grievances bounced from one court to another the THS Girl's Tennis Team sat idle. When clear skies returned, the girls set the ball in motion by walloping West Phoenix High 6-'l. They met their first defeat of the season at the hands of the North Phoenix Mustangs, 5-2. A match played in Glendale was sched- uled too late to include the scores here. They also played host to Mesa and Yuma. Under the able guidance of Miss Betty Nye, a sparkling new addition to the P.E. Department, these racketeers took to the courts sixth period to practice A Tfiifl BETTY NYE Coach fundamental skills and improve their techniques. The girls also had their opportunity to enter the Arizona Open Tournament in Phoenix, the Arizona Close in Tucson, and the Tucson City-wide Tournament. The team consisted of the girls oc- cupying the top five rungs of the lad- der. Row I: Betty Nye fcoachl, Bette Davis, Barbara, Jackson, Jane Howesare, Peg- gy Kline, Nona Paull. Row 2: LaVerne Galhouse, Judy Armstrong, Pat Hall, Joan- na Bonecutter, Wendy Carr, Arlene Posillion. LAVERNE GALHOUSE, BETTE DAVIS JANE HOWSARE NONA PAUL JUDY ARMSTRONG .ww- .f,, , if ,, ga-.M fx fi VE , J AMES BLAC K Coach Golf, one of the least -known ac- tivities at Tucson High, is nevertheless a major sport. Mr. James Black is coach ot the team, and although this year's team didn't burn up the fairways, his teams always make a creditable show- Ing. ln the first three matches this year Tucson was edged out by St. M,ary's 7-8, they ran into trouble against West Phoenix, one of the leading teams of the state, 3-12, and were thumped by North Phoenix, 4M-TOV2. Next in line BOB WARREN Golf was Glendale, March 28, here, also were North Phoenix, there, on April 4, West Phoenix, here, on April ll, the Arizona Open at Phoenix's Biltmore course on April 18, return engagements with Glendale, April 25 at Litchfield Park, St. Mary's, here, and the State Tournament at Tucson Country Club. Highest scores of the year were posted by Gilbert Bustamante, captain ot the team, Henry Medina, and Richard Ries- go. All three have averaged in the 70's. Those lost by graduation are Gilbert Bustamante, Henry Medina, Gene Do- minguez, and Bob Warren. Returning next year will be iuniors Tom Pubuchon, Manuel Ferreira, Ted Karabatsos, Rich- ard Riesgo, David Rooker, and sopho- mores Don E. Keller and Kent Somers. DOMINGUES AUBUSCHON HOOKER . ki' 1 ,f . WJ ,, A , A JDK M Aff! wb -Alf K 1 fr X ' f n 2' kf ' 4 ., LP 'J , C9 z JL f gm Lili? WWW? W' fV' 1 W ,f af film +1 TW W ,jf 7 GILBERT BUSTAMANTE Row 1: Warren, Hooker, Auberschon, Somer, Bustamante. Row 2: Karcbutson, Riesgo, Domingues, Keller, Mr. Black lcoachl. -N, J, A , , ,. ' ff ' , L fCnLC,f7t A . ,, e rf" .4 X ,f4f,.44,f6 ,Q-'lL' ! I XL, 46,11 j.5j,,,f-JL Q4 ..,,.., JZQLF' rf' WTA! fi 51 X9 f . KARABATSON V46 AMJC7, 1 6, fx, ,EC gf LC f re-- ,gzn 5 ke 54,1 ,f .yC,,,Q,,Q, . fg,,,1.1 f-47 Vffeaeeg M fir' 3634 xref dede 4 I f gffgff 442. XS12j74,,?17,L7 7 f,y ,..f X Q, .J CHEERLEADERS: Barbara Sutton, Joanna Bonecutter Jane How sare Darilyn Posey, Tommie Thompson, Dortha Moon Sparkling with enough enthusiasm to lead this year's teams on to victory, were six junior, senior, and sophomore girls. Elected by the student council members at the beginning of the year, these cheerleaders shouted, screamed, and yelled the teams through their suc- cessful seasons. Dancing along with them were nine singing, swinging sen- ior songleaders shaking their pompoms. Both groups of girls worked at home and away to promote school spirit. Although there was no organized pep squad this year, the 15 girls, along with the aid of W. W. Westerve-lt's tumbling team, who performed during games put., Jn 5 wr' uf Songleaders SONGLEADERS: Julie Andrews, Pat Hall, Cora Creswell, Shirley Helbig, Judy Armstrong, Mari- lyn Hodges, Liz Cooper, Mary Lee Bradley, Nancy Jo Wilson. and at half-time, converted the whole THS side of the stadium into a huge cheering section complete with beanies and pompoms. Through the streets of downtown Tuc- son the largest rally in the history of THS took place in October. Over 'IOOO students joined in the walking parade which cheerleaders and songleaders were transported on a flat-becl truck which parked at the corner of Congress and Stone to allow the crowd to clear. x Lettermen'-5 Club . ,fri WAI.: Row 1: Simmons, Hi ks, Brown, Swain, Kimberlin, Morales, Barrikman, Kinerk. Row 2: Wohlgemuth, Nevius, Carroll, Browning, Coppola, Newton, Briggman, Nabours. Row 3: Lopez, Brooks, Za n, Carter, Nicholson, Rooker, Douglas, Torres, Pain, Orozco. Row 4: Cordier, Adams, armichael, Pettiiohn, Woods, Quire, Quinn, Ellis, Key, Kavanaugh, McKee. Row 5: Norde er, Warren, Markins, Carey, Westmoreland, Davis, Bertagna, Alex- ander, John Waddle, Adamson, Kalinski. Row 6: Gunter, Wilson, Baldwin, Barnhill, Grant, Faurara, Oden, Gallego, Hopkins, Owens, Flood, Connelly, Selby, Carr. ml Any boy in Tucson High having re- ceived a maior letter is eligible for ad- mission to the Lettermen's Club. Members started off the year with a get-together dance at Rancho Barra Nada. Next, the club sponsored a movie of the Tucson-Amphitheater football game, with receipts going to the March of Dimes. A Go-Western Dance during the rodeo season was their last soczial event. As usual, they took an active part in the carnival. Rounding off the year's activities, the r A. , 1 ' V r -- annual initiation for incoming lettermen was held' DON swAlN, BILL ODEN, JOE FAUARA Letter Girls Row l: Shaeffer, Thompson, Jackson, Howsare, Merrill. Row 2: Freudenthal, Reyes, Carr, Biesmeyer, Hall. ARBARA JACKSON, JANE HOWSARE To win her letter is every girl's am- bition. lt takes at least two semesters of participation in after-school activities for one to earn and wear her red "T" on her letter sweater. Minor letter points are obtained by belonging to such clubs as fencing, Tum- bling, dancing and ping-pong. Officiat- ing in after-school games and working with G. S. L. give one service credits for her major letter. This year's letter girls include seven winners of maior letters and six minor letter winners. My If 6 G.A.A . en: ' a MC d Row 2- Brooks, Jackson' Hoy S DailY Reed, E0 e 'ReYes.-Carr, Blesmeyer' Pacheco. hompson, iq X Hgwsaref - . shceffer, T 3. preudenf 0' Row 11 Corrie, . . . R W Pherson, Gonzales, Memll O The Girls' Athlet' IC Association at Tuc- son H' h IQ has concluded a very suc- cessful year. From the b ' ' eginnlng of the year, which they began with a meet- ing especiall f y or new girls at' THS, until their last play da th' y is spring, good sportsmanship and fair play have been paramount among the qualities of its members. One may become a member of G. A. A. by belonging to a club spon- sored by the P. E. department. To re- ceive a minor letter in the club, six- teen of these points must be earned. A maior lett ' er symbolizes twenty-six hard- earned points. The active association this year ' a in- ugurated a new activity which was well-received and seems destined to re- occur. On March 28, the G. A. A. invited five scho I - ' os Amphitheater, Salpointe, Marana, the Arizo na School for the Deaf and Blind, and the ing School-to a very s l b ey all play day. This was not the' Indian Train uccessful vol lr only activity, how- ever. The remainder of the year they were busy with games, parties, and ex- change da s w'th y I other schools. Row l- Shirley Corr' . t le and Edith Shaeffer. Row 2: W endy Carr and Tommie T ompson. ALICE REYES, CONSUELO PACHECO 6.54 . If you should happen to pass one of the P. E. offices during class and hear funny noises or loud laughter, don't worry, it isn't the teachers-just the Girls' Sports Leaders. This service organization, under the guidance of Miss Frances Jones, runs errands, gives out towels, corrects pa- pers, cares for the equipment room and referees games. lts annual picnic was held last fall. To be a member, you must have a 1.5 average in P. E., a 2.5 average in other subiects, and a study hall at least one semester. ROW 3: Fl' m son Mef' . Shqetter, Tho P PAChec0. 1: Corrie. 5ieserf1eYe"' 1 Carr. euclenlhc ' N W C Student Life You ask, "What do students do in their spare time?" That's a pretty broad question and it will probably require a pretty broad answer. I suppose we could start with "they study..." but really, you didn't ask what could they do, but instead, what do they do, didn't you? So, we'd better start somewhere else... perhaps with clubs or something easy. Here at T. H. S. we have a club for pretty nearly every interest and person- ality. When you stop and think, "Why do you really have organizations that interest each of the some 3500 kids in high school?" l'll let you answer that one for yourself by simply saying that they range from "Stargazers" to "Latin Forum" and from "Newcomers" to "Les Poupees Parfaites." Howz' that? But don't get me wrong-the kids here don't spend all their time in club meetings. . . we're not a bunch of ladies aiders. There are many "special" func- tions- some sponsored by a school or- Student Life ganization or class. Parties, dances, pic- nics, rehearsals... these all take up our time. Dances? For the seniors there is but one, for Senior Prom and Dance are synonymous. But then, to hear the iuniors, you'd get the impression that the Junior Prom was the only dance at THS. Where are the sophomores? Well, they're convinced the Hop is the dance. So l guess we'lI iust have to com- promise and say, "Yes, we' do have dances." "But you said something about re- hearsals. Do you kids rehearse the ex- cuse you're going to use in the attend- ance office after you've ditched?" That and more too. Dramatic Arts is always busy producing a new play, to say nothing of Danny Romero's production, the Senior Follies. "Yes, I see that there is always some- thing for one to do in his spare' time, but I still have one' question. Where does one find this spare time?" N Q 1 li Dal SEPTEMBER FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL Mixer Tucson Bisbee Tucson West Phoenix OCTOBER Tucson North Phoenix Tucson . Yuma Tucson St. Mary Tucson Mesa Tucson NOVEMBER Phoenix Union Lettermen's Dance DefMolay Devil Dance Tucson vs. Douglas Tucson vs. Phoenix Union U. of A. Senior Day Tucson vs. Amphi DECEMBER Tucson Tucson Tucson Tucson . Prescott . Nogales Mesa . Glendale Senior Prom Christmas Dance Program Tucson vs. Phoenix Tech Tucson vs. Douglas alendar 8 12 19 there 26 there 1 here 10 here 17 here 24 there 31 there 1 7 14 there 21 ' here 22 28 here 5 here 6 there 11 there 12 there 13 18 19 here 20 here wtf' K C, . .I 'imllr Of Events JANUARY Tucson vs Phoenix Union Tucson vs VVest Phoenix Tucson vs. North Phoenix Tucson vs Bisbee HntSemeHerFmaB an Tucson vs VVeM Phoenix Tucson vs Phoenix Union FEBRUARY Tucson vs. Amphi Tucson vs North Phoenix Tucson vs Douglas Tucson vs Bisbee Lewermenk Dance 21 BasketballTournarnent 26,27 and 28 MARCH DeMolay Cabaret 7 Junior Prom 14 Sophomore Hop 21 Career Conference 24 Ahcein Arhonaland 28 APRH Arhona Skne CoHege,open house AAAY Senior Follies 7, 8 and 9 Second Smnener Hnal 27, 28 and 29 Baccalaureate 31 JUNE Graduation 2 there there here here here here here there there there We're the wheels . . The senior formal, heralded by tradi- tion as one of the truly memorable events in the life of every senior, was held in the THS cofeteria on Decem- ber 13. Many seniors wo-rked for several weeks to complete the beautifully in- tricate decorations. The theme, "Winter Wonderland," was kept secret until the night of the ball. Senior Prom ln keeping with the motif, the hall was dotted with artificial snow-covered evergreens. Santa and his reindeer pranced across a starry sky. Softly lighted moonbeans fell from the ceil- ing. An elaborate centerpiece, consist- ing of a ball, covered with a thousand tiny mirrors, rotated in the center of the room, casting thousands of moving star-like reflections on the ceiling. Favors and soft music delighted everyone. Members of the Class of '53 will long remember and be proud of their Senior Prom. an ,sm I if ink. V L1 -s5+5g1,i Junior Prom "It must be funny!" Music! Fun! Laughter! The gay and ex- citing life of the Mardi Gras was cap- tured as the class of '54 presented the annual Junior Prom to the senior class on March 14 in the cafeteria. Colorful decorations of red, yellow, orange, green and blue crepe paper streamers hung from the walls, with multi-colored balloons and paperwhirls decorating the ceiling. The purple, wink- ing eye, and moving tongue of a ies- ter's head on the bandstand attracted the attention of dates and chaperones alike. Colored masks were given to everyone as favors. The THS Hi-Cats under the direction of Lauritz Biorlie provided the music, to which over 400 couples danced. The dance program covers were red, yellow, and blue with pastel colors used for the inside pages. "You dance d tk is Parade R X V ivinely, my dear!" Dig that cru-cx-cx-cxzy music! is I' "Who's got the scissors?" ,xv in ffm 1 f'ef3"' if f 'Help yourself, chum N -'K -A wa b 6 .. 'f . ,Q i '11 v-. by . 9' ,r 1 556 Sophomore Hop "Ahoy1here, matey," was the familiar greeting as dates a nd chaperones "boarded The USS Anchors Aweigh" at the annual Sophomore Hop held March 21 in the cafeleria. Anchors, and sail- ors playing dice decorated the walls. In case some poor sophomore "went under," life preservers were available. The Sophomore Hop will be one of the year's most remembered dances. lp ll 44 'l . 1. 01 Q. x 0 X L. 51, , Q. Yf. fo P 'Rr . QQ. 0 . 1 n i 9 4 nf L' 'l f 1' 1 'A A ,If , it Q x if ' W M Carnival 1953 started off with the greatest carnival the world has ever witnessed. Donkeys and elephants, with a pre- ponderance of the latter. . . as we saw in November. We at THS, not to be outdone, started to work on a carnival for the benefit of the Badger Fund. As this is being written, the tickets have not yet been printed, but we're so sure that this will go off in the tradi- tional THS 'Fashion Know are we boast- ing or apologizing?J that we're telling you here, that it was a tremendous suc- cess. Q5 50 F .y w v"Wwh-- f"':X - su-x .Ax F -, s i , ,.,, Q issi L i, t s i ll' l ' Q ll, 1 lss sss t' l ' ,ir w W Q E s r. r Q , t as , , " " . A' 'i """"" i .f y' l ' P f Q'Ullf""" 'F, 7 in fs 1: V ' 5 V' ICI! tl . " My W l - , 1 Zi ,I gli 6 E, r K s , ' ' - ii JOAN BURK Sandefs S San JANE HOWSARE tudio Studio Queen Jody Underwood And Attendantg, - . , , , 1 , x, f V -,,. ,- 1 , . ' 1 If f -Z I I m o n . A 4- GLORIA YOHE FINALISTS-Row l: Joan Burk, Gloria Yohe, Jane Howsare, Linda Wil- liams, Mary Jane Crisman. Row 2: Wendy Carr, LaVern Steen, Margaret Laubscher, Jody Underwood, Liz Cooper. Sander's Studio MARY JANE CRISMAN Ride 'em cowboy! Rodeo season is here again! Late in Fabruary THS was invaded by the "Western Brigade." Levis, frontier pants, and squaw dresses were all the rage for the girls, while growing beards became a favorite pastime for all boys. Working hard during the Rodeo sea- son were the THS band and twirling units. As a reward for their efforts they won first place as the Best Marching Unit in the Rodeo Parade. Riding in front of the band in the RGDEO parade was the THS Rodeo Queen and her attendants. Reigning over THS for the '53 Rodeo season was Jody Under- wood with Joan Burk, Mary Jane Chris- man, Jane Howsare and Gloria Yohe forming her court. Jody has been very active in THS. This year she was on the Chron- icle writing staff, Tucsonian art staff, danced in Terpsichorus and worked in student government as a Senior Coun- cilman. She also belonged to NHS, and the Modeling Club. THS was well represented in the pa- rade, for besides the queen and her court, several students won prizes and awards. Rodeo season is a lot of fun for all and will not soon be forgotten. rg- W, More Rode ,ff If ' ty ,, f' W, 1 X, .. -'Nd' Q, - ,..-A" x . ,... Lwifl- , THS royu lty on , y revue . . "Q1Xlgx .. X5 .-Hg 69 'em cowbovvl Ab, x 4, PX ,,Who ooqay, ii- T 5 QRQS -lasag- re-.SL yuvwe. ...QBKN Sl,-cc:5a.'5'Mf-X xgml las.. P PETER HOFFMAN sci.. gk"'i"Berlin To Tucson From the linden trees of Berlin to th e cacti of Tucson may seem like a tremendous hop to most of us, but to Peter Hoffman, a German exchange student, it was just the beginning of a wonderful year in America. Setting sail from Italy in July, he ran into his first difficulties while still on board ship. American menus and American foods proved a mystery when a very tall glass of water and a very small glass of orange juice were placed before him. Not knowing what was expected of him, Peter decided to mix them. Result- "Cock- tail U. S. A." Alighting from a cross-country air-condi- tioned bus, Peter was initiated into the desert in August. His favorite pastime since then has been swimming. Because of Peter's interest in photography, he was sent to THS with its excellent Graphic Arts Department. And how lucky for THS, because Peter has won the state photography contest. These pictures will be sent on to be gudged in the national contest. The subiects of these prize- winning pictures were portraits and news photos. Before Peter came to America, he thought there were four classes of people here-the New York City slickers, and Wild Westerners, the Hollywood actors, and the farmers. Expect- ing to find the West overrun with wild Indians, he was pleasantly surprized to find Tucson quite civilized with the Indian influence adding to its charm. He enioys the casual western clothes, but turns thumbs down on girls in levis. Peter says his family consists of his mother and father, himself, and a bike. Cars are a rarity in Germany and unheard of for high school students, therefore it is quite a novelty to park his '35 Buick fa gift from Tucson friendsj in back of a long line of hot rods. We at THS will miss Peter's friendly cheer- fulness, and are thankful for the privilege of having known him. Anyone s e ei n g JUDY ARMSTRONG songleading at football games, playing tennis to maintain a berth on the Girls' Tennis Team, or appearing in programs with the Badger Ballad- eers, might wonder if she ever has time to do any- thing else. But the fact that she has a straight 1 av- erage, belongs to National Honor Society, and is an alert Senior Councilman, proves she must find time! "You don't know PAT FLOOD and you say Y0U'fe an ArizonianI?" Here at THS he has achieved fame as an athlete and scholar, to say nothing of ,his school politics. The Class of '53, Tucson and Arizona are backing an all-round personality, - Pat. "Where is that missing page?" Watch out for CLARA JOE MINARlKg she is on a rampage! As Tuc- sonian editor, Clara Joe had her very capable hands full, but still her cheerful personality was found in National Honor Society and Girls' League. This energetic little girl was a leader both in her classes and her activities. "Oh happy day! The Chronicle's out!" Today may be happy," sighs ed- itor PAUL KERSHNER, "but yesterday-!! His trip to the U. N. will always stand out in Paul's high school career. In spare moments he attended Senior Cabi- net meetings. gf -X A KN X L lf anyone should notice a path worn between the second floor of the main building and Graphic Arts Department MARI FATH- AUER, busy Quarterly Ed- itor, is probably responsi- ble. Girls' League, Terpsi- choros, and Modeling Club occupied the rest of her time. Every class has its scat- terbrain and the Class of '53 is no exception. But we must admit that SAN- DRA CARSON is every- ones' favorite scatterbrain. What with being Student Body Secretary, a member of Senior Cabinet, Girls' League, and National Hon- or Society, we wonder if Sandy isn't actually a genius in disguise! WHO "...And on April 10 l'm starring in 'The Man in 'Tight Red Pants,' the play Don Eaton and I wrote." Yes, you heard right, or should we say "write?" BOB PRESTLEIN was born an actor, and he certainly added to the pro- ductions of Dramatic Arts. Bob led the Thespians, too, as their president. fm P wi- ' .iti r ri t tt ' if O ., lr A 5 I I ,Vk V r L l ss., f , 5 L L, .mf . k k gkaigimi IV11 I if h, la ' fi f ll S li -V :, '4'- :W i' ' N ...L .-4- i, ang. :-...q-u-1- Nobody would be sur- prised to see, someday, the name TOM FOUST as a by-line on maior sports stories. As a Chronicle Sports Editor he gained invaluable experience. Al- though interested in all sports, baseball claims particular admiration. But don't think Tommy has a one track mind. Time spent on Senior Cabinet, Boys' Social Hour, and as Junior Class president proves otherwise. HO F Anyone wanting some- thing done efficiently and pleasantly can always de- pend on LOUISE WONG. As Terpsichorus President and National Honor Socie- ty Secretary, Louise made it a pleasure to know and work with her. Queen J O D Y UNDER- WOOD reigned over THS during rodeo season. Pret- ty, as well as efficient, Jo- dy worked on publications and danced with the Terp- sichorus. As a Senior Coun- cilman, she often stood up for student rights. You iust saw DAVE REISLER hurrying down the halls? Well, don't worry. . Dave's always on the go- if it's not for one of the publications, t h e n it's probably for Social Hour, or National Honor Society, of which he is our very able president. adfw SCOTT WESTMORELAND is one guy that everybody knows. Managing the bas- ketball team or playing his "hot uke," Scott is a good person to have around. He took part in Dramatic Arts' productions a n d made his influence in stu- d e nt government fel t through Senior Council. Everybody's fa v o r i t e "Oakie" is one BOB BARN- HILL. His executive ability was well exercised by his duties as S e n i o r Class Veep and Hi-Y prexy. For- tunately for THS, Bob has a build as well as a brain which proved a great asset to the football team. Aft- er football season, Bob spent his time managing the track team. The friendly smile of JOAN BURK is a familiar sight around THS. You saw it heading Girls' League meetings, presiding over the Modeling Club, and riding in the Rodeo Parade as a queen's attendent. Joan has more than a smile though, 'cause you don't get into National Honor Society on only a smile, do you, Joan? Ever pass Senior Office sixth period and have something bounce out at you screaming "B-A-Rah- Rah-?l" Whether it was acting as head cheerleader at THS games or working furiously backstage at a Dramatic Arts production, peppy BARBARA suTToN was always on the scene. These things plus Senior Council and Cabinet meet- ings may be why Barbara was always in a hurry! l X cj l V . X I -c.-1 L' kkS"'f'ki"'R" L "'k'txM-C X 1 - S 9' 1 I + - fl. 4. s , .i l Being the QuarterIy's managing editor is a big iob but in the hands of ELIZABETH COOPER it was capably handled. Her voice and energy were put to good use in Badger Balladeers and Songlead- ing. Liz possessed brains and beauty besides, as her fellow members in National Honor Society and Modeling Club will readily agree! lt wouldn't be hard to elect someone to the title of Mr. Football at THS. JOEL FAVARA would be sure to top everyones' list. He didn't say much but the whole state felt hid presence. Track and baseball also claim his at- tention. In keeping with his athletic interests, Joel headed the Lettermans' Club. xg -. -v. N., I V 4 x 1 "Here comes NANCY JO WILSON with an assign- ment! Quick, hide!" Yes, as head of the Tucsonian Writing Staff, it was Nan- cy's iob to get the copy written by hook or by crook. Nancy was starred in the swing band as its A vocalist, and in addition, our gal has brains, as evidenced by her member- ship in NHS. I 1 4. - w ,-. Q I x-i, kkvxik-'kIlC.Xlx . , ,xi .k ..- ,, Order, not only in the court, but on the football field, and in Senior Coun- 'cil meetings was observed by MARK OWEN who was present at all three. As Chief Justice of the Tradi- tions Committee, star full- back and a Senior Council member, Mark is summed up by his classmates as "one swell guyI" 1 JOHN BARNETT is one boy who keeps busy all year round. ln the fall he led the THS Band as drum maior. ln spring John's fancy turns to tennis and he is part of the Boys' Tennis Team. As Student Body Vice-President, he was in charge of the car- nival. But no matter what he was doing you could always depend on a 'Friendly smile! fx' " V 1 4 L 'E 4 4. .WLXX xx U Vivacious, d a r k-eyed JANE HOWSARE did her part to "Back the Badgers" as a cheerleader and top member of the Girls' Ten- nis Team. She attended THS's rodeo queen and covered girls' sports for the Chronicle. In her more serious moments Jane served on the Traditions Committee and was a member of Na- tional Honor Society. --1-' Thanks to budding lournalist JEAN FREUDEN THAL townspeople were well informed about THS doings Jean knew all and told all in her weekly column for the Tucson Daily Citizen. We assume she found time to gather news between duties on the Chronicle E d i torial Board, Girls' League Ex- ecutive Board, and as ll JSF ' 1- iz --I S l P tsei J i t it Y i s . ,,. ' JRC Secretary. Maybe you don't see much of JIM McCORD, but if not, it's because he al- ways has his he-ad behind a camera. Aside from tak- ing pictures, Jim has time to be an honor student, as indicated by his member- ship in National Honor Society. As Tucsonian Pho- tography Editor, he was always ready to lend a helping hand. "Does anyone know who this picture is?" MAR- IAN ROBBINS asked this question many times in the course of her job as a Tucsonian Associate Ed- itor. Badger Balladeers benefitted from her voicep National Honor Society and Girls' League! from her brains. X mm........--.... ,,.....-- in A H- - .- ..-M.--..-....- . Please meet me in front of the Vocational Building No she didnt run a date bureau JANICE HANSON was making ap pointments 'For Tucsonian advertising pictures Girls League Executive Commit tee and Terpsichorus as well as Senior Council kept busy Jan busier. - ,.. ..,.. -----w--- A . . ,..,..,-..,....-- , Rushing ma dly from place tot place could be seen KOYO LOPEZ. Get- ting out the Sports Section of the Tucsonian was his biggest headache, but Ko- yo did other things too. As Boys' Social Hour prexy and DeMolay member, in- dustrious Koyo helped to plan dances and preside at meetings. While "hunkin"' may be his favorite pastime BOB NABOURS, senior class prexy, accomplishes other things too. Whether he worked harder in Doc Van Harn's chemistry class or on his track team is debatable. A I National Honor Society member, Bob plans a career in electrical engineering. We know it will be every bit as successful as his high school career. J .. l lem - L. ,un fl 1 yi t l ll , , Not many people rea- lize how many things our Junior Red Cross does, but since serving as JRC presi- dent PETER JOHNSON is on authority on the sub- ject. He could tell you the trials and tribulations of managing a 'Football team. Pete could also discuss the activities of the "30" Club, Boys' Social Hour and Sen- ior Council. He got around! We re Star Struck My du 9 ll hh Wir Ib . ' , 1 Q eq if Sf :Nh , . 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Zeigler Vacuum Cleaner Exchange ABBOTT, CHARLES .............................. 32 Rifle Club 3, Mixer Committee 3, 4, Science Fiction Club 2, 3, 4 CPresident 3, Vice-President 45, Bi Chem Phi 2, 3, 4 Wice-Presidentj, Stargazers 2, 3, 4, Wice-President 3, President 41, Radid Club 4, Gesundheiters 4, Chess Club 4: Cryptography Club 4 ' ABELOW, LORETTA ............................. 32 ABRUZZO, DOLORES ........................... 32 Pep Squad 2, 3, Girls' League 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 3, Library Club 3, Sunshine Modeling 4 ABRUZZO, MARIE .............................. 32 Pep Squad 2, 3, Girls' League 4, Tuc-Hi 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 3, Sunshine Modeling Club 3, 4, Future Homemakers 4, iTreasurerD, Tucsonian Typing Staff 4 ACEDO, ROMELIA ................. ............ ADAMS, EDWINA .............................. ADAMS, HARVEY .............................. 32 Basketball, U. V. 2, 3, Varsity 31, Track Squad 2, Badg- er Balladeers 3, 4, Arion Club 2, 3, 4, Double Mixed Quartet 3, 4, 30 Club 2, Junior Guard 3 ADAMS, MARGARET ........................... 32 ADAMSON, LARRY ............................. 32 g Basketball 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, Chronicle Ad- vertising 3, Boys' Social Hour 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3 ADKINS, HARRY ............................... ADKINS, NORMAN ............................ AGRON, BARBARA ............................ 32 Pep Squad 3, Tucsonian Typing 4, National Honor Ser- vice Society 3, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Junior Guard, Sen- ior Council 4 AGUILAR, MARY . ..... .... . . .. 32 AGUIRRE, FRANK . .... . . AGUIRRE, GILBERT . ..... .. 32 Janitor Apprenti , 4 ALCARAZ, ANNA . . . ....... . . . . . . . ALDAY, EMMA ................ ................ ALDERTON, PAT ............................... 32 Pirouettes 3, Terpsichorus 4, National Honor Service So- ciety 3, Tuc-Hi 3 ALLEN, CORA ......... .............. ....... ALLEN, JAY ................................... 32 ALLEN, JIM ................................... 32 Rifle Club 3, 4, Chronicle Staff 4, Pep Squad 3, Junior Red Cross 2, Latin Forum 3, Square Dancing 3, Chess Club 4 ' ALLEN, LOUIS ......... . . . . . . ALLENBAUGH, JAMES .. . Ping Pong Club 2 ALMICH, BETTY ................................ 32 Allegro Club 4, Allegretto 3, Badger Balladeers 4, Na- tional Honor Service Society 3, 4, Skating Club 3, Future Nurses 3, Proiectionist Club 4 ' ALSBURY, ORADEAN .................,......... 32 Pep Squad 2, F. H. A. 2, 3, 4 AMES, SANDRA ............... .. 32 ANAYA, OLIVIA ..... .. 32 ANDERSON, ALAN ..... .. 32 Wrestling 4 ANDERSON, BARBARA . . . . . 32 ANDERSON, DON ...... . ANDERSON, FRED ...... . . ANDERSON, ROBERT . . . . . 32 ANDERSON, WAYNE ...................... .. ANDREWS, JULIE .............................. 33 Song Leader 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Terpsichorus 3, Pir- ouettes 2, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Council 4A1iQance Committee 2, 3, Junior Guard 3, SenioriClass? Councilman 4, Boots 8m saddle - I , ANKLAM, LARRY . . . . . 33 ANNIBAL, SALLY .............................. 33 ANYOS, TOM ................................. 33 Chronicle Ad Staff 4, Science-Fiction Club 2, Gesundhei- ters 4 APPLEYARD, JOHN ...... . . 33 Dance Committee 4 ARMENTA, ALBERTO ........................... 33 ARMIJO, REBECCA ............................. 33 Tucsonian Staff 3, Quarterly Writing 2, Terpsichorus 3, 4, Council 4, Dance Committee 4, Senior Office 4, Junior Guard 3, Future Business Leaders of America 2, Future Nurses 4, Tuc-Hi 4 ARMSTRONG, JUDY ............................ 33 Girls' T Club 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Song Leader 4, Pep Squad 2, 3 ,' tnicle Writing 2, Tucsonian Sub- scription taff 2 Il retto Club 3, Assembly Commit- tee 2, - ' Ball eers 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, D - ' mmittee 2, 3, Senior Class Councilman 4, Sunshine M -Y ling 2, 3, 4, Mixer Committee 4 ARNDT, KATHE E ............................ 33 AROS, MERCY ................................. 33 National Honor Service Society 4, Junior Red Cross 4, Girls' League 4, Archery Club 3, Cervantes Club 4, Bad- minton 4 ASHWORTH, MARY ............................ 33 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Terpsichorus 3, 4, Pirouettes 2, National Honor Service Society 4, Girls' League 4, Council 3, 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Boots 8m Saddle 4, Tuc-Hi 3, 4, Les Poupees Parfaites 4, Future Business Leaders of America 4, Newcomers Club 4 AVALLON, JOAN ............................. 33 BABASA, ORALIA .............................. 33 BACH, ANN .................................. 33 Pep Squad 2, 3, Allegro Club 3, 4, Allegretto Club 2, Badger Balladeers 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Council 3, Junior Guard 3, Allied Youth 3 BACHMAN, CAROL . . . . 33 BAFFERT, PHIL ..... .. 33 BAGLEY, HILTON .............................. 33 BAKER, NAOMI ............................... 33 Basketball Tournament 3, Girls' League 3, Table Ten- nis 4 BALCHER, CAROL .............................. 33 BALDWIN, GENE .............................. 33 Basketball Squad 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Cabinet 4, Senior Class Councilman 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Proiectionists 2, Pep Squad 2, 3 BALDWIN, JIM ................................ 33 Intramural Baseball, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Fencing 3, 4 BARBER, ERNEST .............................. BARBER, FRANK ........................ . . 33 BARKER, BOONE ......................... . Band 2, 3, Lyre's Club 4, Model Airplane 3 BARNETT, JOHN B. ............................ 33 Tennis 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Vice-President CSophomore Class, 2, Model Airplane Club 2, Tennis Club 2, Hi-Y 3, Lettermans' Club 3, 4, Student Body Vice-President 4, Tennis team 3, 4, Drum Maior of Band 4, Lyre's CIubg4 BARNETT, ons ............................... 33 BARNETT, MARY JEAN .......................... 34 BARRETT, sANDnA ..... .. 34 BARNHILL, BOB ............................... 34 Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Track Squad 2, 3, 4, Letter- man's Club 4, Boy's Social Hour 4, Senior Class, Vice- President 4, Dance Committee 3, Mixer Committee 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 CPresidentJ BARR, BOB ................................... 34 BARRICKMAN, GUY ............................ Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Baseball Squad 2, 3, 4, Letter- man's Club 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4 BARTELL, CAROL ............................... 34 G.A.A. 4, Girls' League 4, Boots 81 Saddle Club 2, 3, Bowling Club 4 BARTHOLOMEW, GERALD ....................... 34 BARTLETT, EDYTH .............................. 34 Pep Squad 3, Future Homemakers of America 3, 4 BARTREAU, WILLIAM LLOYD ...................... BAUTISTA, LUPE ............................... 34 BATE, ROGER ................................. Intramural Football 3, 4, Boys' Social Hour 4, Junior Guard 3, Student Proiectionist 3, 4 BAUGH, JIM ALLEN ............................ 34 BAYLOR, HELEN ............................... 34 G.S.L. 4, Junior Guard 3, Girls' League 3, 4, Bowling Club 4 BEBB, DON ................................... Football Squad 3, 4, Wrestling 4 BEEKS, JOHN .................... . . BEINER, JERRY ............... . . . . 34 BEITEL, HELEN ................. .. 34 BELDING, DARWIN ................ . . 34 Badger Balladeers 3, Arion Club 3 BELLOWS, NANCY JEAN ........................ 34 Pep Squad 2, Pirauettes 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, Skate Club 2, Nurses' Club 4 BENEFIELD, VELMA ............................ 34 G.A.A. 2, Allegretto Club 3, Badger Balladeers 3, 4, Allegro Club 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Girls' League 3 BENITEZ, GEORGE ............................. BENNETT, ARDYS .............................. 34 Ski Club 2, 3, Archery 3 BENFORD, ROBERT ..... . Proiectionist Club 3 BENSON, MARLIN ...... . . 34 BENT, MARGARET . .. .. 34 BENTLEY, DORCAS . .. . . 34 BERMUDEZ, ROSA ................... ......... 3 4 BERNAL, JESUS ................................ 34 Track Squad 4, Quarterly Production 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Quarterly Production 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Lyre's Club 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Homeroom Representative 4 BERTRAM, JEANIE ............................. 34 BIESEMEYER, GAIL ............................. 34 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.S.L. 3, 4, Girls' T Club 2, 3, 4, Ten- nis 2, 3, Allegretto Club 3, 4, Quarterly Typing 3, Girls' Ph sical Education Club 4 lPresident 4, Y BIGGER, JAMES ............................... BILLING, PAT . . .i ............................ . 34 Tuc-Hi 2, Future Nurses 2, F.H.A. 2, Horseback Riding 2 BINNS, NANCY ............................... 35 National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Badminton Club 3, Science Fiction 4, Poupee Parfaites 4, Junior Guard 3 BIRMINGHAM, JOHN .......................... BIRT, CYNTHIA ................................ 35 Quarterly Writing 4, Plays: "Ghost Story" 3, "Imaginary Invalid" 4, Thespians 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4 iSecretaryJ, Bad- minton 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Music Ap- preciation 2, National Service Society 3, 4, Dance Com- mittee 3, Junior Guard 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, in- tramural Swimming, Basketball, Dancing BLANTON, BEVERLY .. .... 35 BLACHER, CAROL .... .... 3 5 BLEICH, MARTIN ....... .... 3 5 BLONIGAN, VIRGINIA .... .... 3 5 BLYTHE, MARY .......... . . . ........... . . . . BOETCHER, cARoL ............................. Intramural Basketball 3, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Representative 4 BOGUE, PETER ................................ 35 Mixer Committee, Bi-Chem-Phy 3, 4, Science-Fiction 3, 4, Star Gazers 4 CVice-Presidentj, Rodeo Club 4, Chess Club 4, Music Appreciation 4 souz, PAULA ................................ as Bosci-MAN, REMO ............................. 35 Cub Basketball Squad 2, Future Craftsmen of America 4 fPresident 4, BOYD, GAIL .................................. 35 Future Business Leaders of America 4, Student Employ- ment Exchange 4 BRABANT, JO ANN ............................ 35 BRADLEY, MARY LEE ............................ 35 Song Leader 4, Pep Squad 2, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, Cabinet 4, Junior Guard 3, Tuc-Hi 2 BRADLEY, TOM ................................ BRANSON, JACK .............................. 35 BRASKER, MARY .... .... BRAUNS, DAVID ..... .... 3 5 BRAVO, EVANGELINE .......................... 35 BREWER, DOROTHY ............................ 35 Girls' T Club 2, Pep Squad 2, Quarterly Writing 2, 3, Allegro Club 3, Allegretto Club 2, Badger Balladeers 3, Orchestra 2, 4, National Honor Service Society 4, Dance Committee 2, Racqueteers 2, 3, Arthur Murray Dance Club 3, F.T.A. 4, Newcomers 4 BRIGGS, BETTY ................................ 35 Pirouettes 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Bowling 3, Future Nurses 3 BROHNER, ALLEN .............................. 35 BROMLEY, MARY .... .... 3 5 Rhythm Rollers 2 BREGER, LIBA ................................. 35 Pep Squad 3, Chronicle Writing 4, Tucsonian Circula- tion Manager 4, Subscription Staff, Tucsonian 3, 4, Terp- sichorus 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, National Honor Service Society 4, Forensic So- ciety 2, La Ligue Francaise 3, 4 CSecretary 45, Newcomers 4 CSecretary,, Les Poupees Parfaites 4, Senior Lifesaving 3, Aidvanced Swimming 3 BROOKS, ROBERTA ................. l ........... 35 G.A.A. 2, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Intramural Field Hockey 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, Junior Flag Bearer 3, F.B.L.A. 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4 BROOKSHIRE, JEANNETTE ..................... 35 BROWN, ARNOLD ..... .. BROWN, BARRY . . . . . 35 BROWN BRAXTON . . BROWN RAY ...... . . 35 BROWN, ROBERTA . . . . 36 BROWN, SHIRLEY ............................ 36 BROWN, WARREN ........................... 36 Track Squad 2, 4 Rifle Club 2, Boy's Social Hour 4 BROWNING, JERRY ............................ 36 Football Squad 3, Hi-Y 3, Letterman's Club 4 BRUNER, JOHN ............................... 36 BUCKEYE, MARGERY ........................... 36 Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Advertising 3, 4, Quarterly Circulation 3, 4, Terpsichorus 3, 4 Nice-President 41, Pirouettes 2, 3 CPresident 31, Plays: "Ghost Story" 3, Na- tional Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 3, 4 lSecretary 41, Girls' Social Hour 3, 4, Council 3, 4, Tuc- Hi 2, 3, Fencing Club 2, Traffic Committee 2 BUCKLES, BOB ......................... .. BUJANDA, CLARITA ............................ 36 BURK, JOAN ...........................,...... 36 Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Ad Staff 2, 3, Terpsichorus 3, 4 fSecretary 41, National Honor Society 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Service' Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, KPresident 41, Cabinet 4, Senior Office 4, Dance Committee 3, Junior Guard 3, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, Boots 8i Saddle Club 2, Rifle Club 2, Sunshine Modeling 2, 3, 4 lPresident 41, Mixer Committee 2, 4, Zonta Girl 4, Rodeo Queen Attendent 4 BURK, TOM ................. ................ BURNETT, JANE ............................... 36 Tennis 2, 3, Pep Squad 2, 3, Tucsonian Subs. 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Girls' League 4, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 4, Senior Office 4, Junior Guard 3, Tuc-Hi 2 BURNETT, PAUL ............................... 36 BURNE, BILL ................................., BURTON, JOHNNY ............................. 36 Football Squad, Basketball Squad 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club BUSBY, JANET .............................,.. 36 BUSBY, KATHLEEN ............................. 36 Pep Squad 3, Allegretto 4, Pirouettes 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Girls' League 2, 3, Racqueteers 2, Ping Pong Club 3, Newcomers 4, Li- brary Staff 4 BUSTAMANTE, JULIETTE ............ 4 ............ 36 G.A.A. 3, G.S.L. 3, Intramural Tennis 3, National Honor Service Society 3, Girls' League 3, Club Cervantes 2 BUSTAMANTE, GIL ............................. 36 BUSTAMANTE, VIOLA . ......................... 36 CAIN, BEVERLY ............................... 36 Pep Squad 3, Quarterly Production 3, Quarterly Linotype 3, Junior Red Cross 2, F.H.A. 2, Allied Youth 3 QTreas- urer1, Future Craftsman of America 3, Franklin Print- ing Club 3 CSecretary-Treasurer1 CALDWELL, MARLYN ........................... 36 Pep Squad 3, Allegro Club 3, Allegretto Club 2, Badger Balladeers 3, National Honor Service Society 2, 3 CALUSA, INEZ ................................ 36 Girls' League 4, Newcomers Club 4, Latin Forum 4 CALVILLO, ALICE .............................. 36 G.S.L. 3, Tucsonian Typing Staff 4, Junior Guard 3, Club Cervantes 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 2, 3 CAMACHO, ELSIE .............................. 36 Junior Red Cross Representative 3, Junior Guard 3, Club Cervantes 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, F.H.A. 3, 4 CAMERON, GAIL .............................. 36 Pep Squad 2, 3, Allegro Club 3, 4, Allegretto Club 2, Badger Balladeers 3, 4, Quarterly Writing 3, 4, Fencing Club 2, 3: Ski Club 4 CAMPOS, EUGENE . . . . . . CAPRON, JEAN .... .. 36 CARBAJAL, BELIA ..........., ....... ........ 3 6 CAREY, GEORGE .............................. 37 Football Squad 3, 4, Letterman's Club 4, National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4 CARMACK, ED ................... .. 37 Radio Club 2, Ski Club 4 vi- - g ,----.-- wi- -T,,,-,-.v-- ---. 4- 4-.QR -Y - CARMICHAEL, DON .................. .... 3 7 Track Squad, Intramural Track, Hi-Y 3 CARPENTER, ROGER ........................... 37 CARR, JOHN ..........,....................... 37 Track Squad 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club, Rifle Club 2, Boys' Cheerleader 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 3, Junior Guard 3, Boys' Social Hour 3, Hi- Y 4, Tumbling Club 4, Intramural Sports: Football 2, Basketball 2, Track 3 CARR, WENDY ................................ 37 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 ISecretary 41, G.S.L. 3, 4, Girls' T Club 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, National Honor So- ciety 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Council 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Tuc-Hi 3, 4 CARRANZA, GRACE ............................ CARRELL, BILL ................................. 37 Track Squad 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Rifle Club 2, Boys' Cheerleader 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Intramural Sports: Football 2, Basketball 2, Track 3, National Honor Society 4, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 3, Junior Guard 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Gymnastics 3, 4 CARREON, MARTHA ............................ 37 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Intramural Sports: Basketball 3, Swimming 2, 3, Hockey 3, Volleyball 3, 4, Handball 2, 3, Pirouettes 3, Junior Flag Bearer 3 CARROCCI, THERESA ........................... 37 CARSON, SANDRA ............................ 37 Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle' Distributing Staff 2, Exchange Staff 3, 4, Circulation 2, 3, 4, Quarterly Subscription 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Council 3, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Junior Guard 3, Girls' Social Hour 2, Zonta Girl 4 CASTAN EDA, JESUS ............................ CASTANO, RUTH . . . . . . 37 CELAYA, ALBERT . . . . . CELAYA, LAURA .... . . . 37 CELAYA, OCTAVIO ............................. 37 CENTER, RIVA ................................. 37 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, English Library 3, 4 CESARMAN, ESTHER ............... .... 3 7 CHACON, MARIO ............... . . CHAPPLE, WELDON . . . . . . 37 CLARK, BETTY ............ ......... . . . 37 CLARK, FRANCES ....................... . . . 37 F.B.L.A. 3, F.H.A. 2, 3, Future Nurses 3 CLAWSON, GAY ............................... 37 Pep Squad 2, 3, Tucsonian Subscription 2, Quarterly Subscription 2, 4, Allegro Club 2, Badger Balladeers 3, 4, Pirouettes 4, National Honor Society 4, Latin Forum-2, F.B.L.A. 4, F.H.A. 3, 4 CLEAVER, BOBBIE ................... .......... 3 7 CLEVELAND, JOYCE ............................ 37 G.S.L. 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Girls' League 3, 4, Girls' Social Hour 4 CLINE, DORIS ................................. 37 Chronicle Circulation 4, Quarterly Circulation 2, Pep Squad 2, Skating Club 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 4 ' COHEN, JUDY ................................ 37 Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Writing 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, Dance Commit- tee 4, Student Employment Exchange 3 COLEMAN, MILDRED .............. .... 3 7 Allegretto Club 4, Pep Squad 3 COLLINS, JOHN ................ .... 3 7 COLLINS, KAY ................................ 38 CONDRON, MAJORIE .......................... 38 Pep Squad 2, 3, Pirouettes 2, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Service Officer 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Council 4, Dance Committee 2, Homeroom Representative 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4 38 CONNELLY, TOM .............................. Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4 CONTRERAS, LUPE ............................ 38 COOK, JOAN ................. .......... .... 3 8 COOPER, AL .................................. 38 COOPER, ELIZABETH ........................... 38 Tennis 2, 3, Song Leader 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Tucsonian Ad Staff 2, Quarterly Subscription 2, 3, 4, Quarterly Managing Editor 4, Allegro Club 3, 4, Allegretto Club 2, Badger Balladeers 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, Sophomore Class Secretary, Council 3, Assembly Committee 3, 4, Sunshine Modeling 4, Girls' State Dele- gate 3 COOPWOOD, SUE ............................. Tersichorus 4, Girls' League 4, Red Cross Service Officer 4, Skating Club 2, F.B.L.A. CORDOVA, MARY .......... .... 3 8 CORRALL, CARLOS ............................. CORRIE, SHIRLEY .............................. G.A.A. 3, G.S.L. 3, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Officer 2, Girls' League 2, 3, Dance Committee 2, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Girls' Social Hour 2, 3, Golf Club 3, Bowling Club 3 CORTEZ, BERTHA .............................. COSEBOOM, DORILEE .......... .... 3 8 COSEN, LYDIA ....... .... 3 8 COVERT, DONALD . . . . . . . COWLEY, JIM ...... .... 3 8 COX, BILL .................................... COX, TOMMY ................................. 38 'National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Boys' Social Hour 2, 3, 4 Nice-President 41, Pep Squad 2, 3, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 CRAIG, DAVID ................................ 38 Band 2, 3, National Art Honor Society 2, 3 CRAMER, MARY LOU ........................... 38 CRESWELL, CORA .............................. 38 Tennis ong Leader 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle St ff - u rte y Staff 2, 3, National Honor Service Soci y , , , unior Red Cross 2, 3, Girls' League 2, Coun , Cabinet 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Senior Office 4 CRESPI, ROBERT ..................... .. Music Appreciation 4, Stamp Club 4 CRISMAN, MARY .............................. 38 Pep Squad 2, 3, National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 4 fSecretary 41, Terpsichorus 4, Intramural Badminton 3, Basketball 3, Volleyball 4, Junior. Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 4, Senior Class Secretary, Council 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Sunshine Modeling Club 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Carnival Queen 3, Zonta Girl 4, Rodeo Queen Attendant 4 CROSBY, JOYCE ....................... .... CROW, DON ........................ .... 3 8 CRUZ, GLORIA ................................ 38 CUNNINGHAM, SALLY .......................... Quarterly Writing Staff 3, 4, National Art Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Rifle Club 2, Boots 8. Saddle 2, Plays: "Imaginary lnvalid" IWardrobeJ, Square Dance Club 4 DAILEY, SYLVIA .... . . . 38 DARNELL, GEORGE ............................ DARRIS, JOSEPHINE ................,........... 38 Pirouettes 3, National Honor Society 3, Square Dance Club 3, Rhythm Rollers 2 DAVILA, MARY HELEN .......................... 38 Future Teachers of America 4, Les Poupees Parfaites 4, Ping Pong Club 2, Student Employment Exchange 2, 3 DAVIS, RUSS ................................. Basketball Squad 2, 3, Intramural: Volleyball 2, Soft- ball 2, Boys' Social Hour 3 DAVISON, JACKIE ............................. 38 Rifle Club 2, 3, Tennis Club 2, Pep Squad 2, 3, Intra- mural: Swimming 2, Chronicle Writing 3, 4, Plays: "The Neighbors," "The Imaginary lnvalid", Council 4, Home Room Representative 4, Latin Forum 2, El Cervantes 3, Tennis Club 2, 3 DAWSON, PAT ....... .. . 38 DAY, LEROY ...... . . . 39 DAY, WILSON . . . . DEAVER, BOB .. DEELY, LEO .... . . . DEER, NANCY ................................. 39 DELGADO, ROY ............................... 39 National Art Honor Society 2, 3, Publication Artist 2, 3 DELGADO, VICTOR ............................. DELLA CAMERA., DOMINIC ....................... DEL RIO, GILBERT ...... DIAZ, SOCORRO . . . . . DICKSON, NANCY .... ............. . 39 DI GESARE, JOYCE ............................. 39 Pep Squad 2, 3, Allegro Club 3, 4, Allegretto Club 2, Badger Balladeers 3, 4, Girls' League 3, 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Skating Club 2 DINWIDDIE, TOM ........ 39 Basketball Squad 3, 4 DIXON, BOB .................................. DIXON, MARY ................................ 39 Newcomers' Club 3,. Les Poupees Parfaites 4, Square Dance Club 3, Girls' League 4 DOMINGUEZ, GENE ............ . . . DOMINIC, DELLA CAMERA ...................... 39 DONER, DELIGHT .............................. 39 Pep Squad 2, 3, Orchestra 2, String Ensemble 2, Terp- sichorus 3, 4, Pirouettes 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Music Appreciation 3, Fencing Club 2, Rifle Club 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, Ski Club 4 DOWNS, PAUL .4 .............................. DOZE, GLEN .................................. 39 DREYER, DIANNE .............................. 39 Tennis 2, Pep Squad 2, Intramural Basketball 4, Na- tional Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Swimming Club 3, Bowling Club 4 DRULINER, DWIANN ... ... . . . . . . 39 DUARTE, ABELARDO . . . . . . 39 DUARTE, ALICE ..... . . . 39 DUNDAS, CARLTON . . . . DUNDAS, CHARLES . .. DUNHAM, NED ....... . . Football Squad 2 DUNHAM, NITA .... . .. 39 DUNHAM, PEGGY .... . . . 39 DUNICLAS, CHARLES . . . . . DURAZO, HECTOR ............................. DYER, JO ANN ................................ G.A.A. 3, Ski Club 2, 3, Archery Club 3, Allied Youth 3 EAST, DON ................................... 39 Rifle Club 2, Intramural Table Tennis 2, Chronicle Ad- vertising 3, Tucsonian Subscription Staff 3, Band 3, 4, Wind Ensemble 3,iNational Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 3, Radio Club 2, 3, Bi-Chem-Phy 2, 3, Allied Youth 3, Science Fiction 2, 3, Star Gazers 3, Proiectionist 4, Chess Club 4 EATON, DON ............ .. . 39 ECKLEY, RALPH ................................ EDDY, NANCY ................................ 39 Allegro Club 4, Allegretto Club 3, Badger Balladeers 4, Gesundheiters 3, F.H.A. 4, F.T.A. 4 EDWARDS, EWART ............................. 39 EDWARDS, JAMES ............................. 39 Rifle Club 3, Boys' Social Hour 4, Dance Committee 4, Hi-Y 3, 4 EDWARDS, JOE ..... 39 EGGLESTON, PARKER ............ . EISENMAN, DICK .................. . . . 39 Chronicle Staff 4, Allied Youth 3 ELLIS, JIM .................................... 39 Baseball Squad 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 4, Hi-Y 3, 4 ELLIS, JODY ................................... 40 Pep Squad 2, 3, Allegro Club 4, Allegretto Club 3, Badg- er Balladeers 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, Girls' League 3, Boots 8: Saddle Club 2, 3 Nice-President 31, Ping Pong Club 3, Proiectionist Club 3, Quarterly Subscription Staff 3, F.T.A. 4, Fencing Club 4, Quarterly Head Typist 4 EMERY, MARTIN ............................... 40 ELPERN, SHIRLEY .............................. 40 Pep Squad 2, Intramural: Basketball 3, Hockey 2, Swim- ming 2, Chronicle Advertising Staff 14, Tucsonian Ad Staff 4, Quarterly Writing 3, 4, Plays: "No Smoking", National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 4, Dance Committee 2, Junior Flag Bearer 3, New- comers' Clvb 2, 3, German Club 2, 3, Debate Club 2 EMMONS, COLLEEN ............................ 40 Basketball Tournament 3, Girls' League 3, Table Tennis 3 ENRIGHT, MARY ............................... Pep Squad 3, 4, Rhythm Rollers 2, 3 EPPERSON, LEE ................................ 40 Intramural Basketball 3, National Art Honor Society 3 EPPLER, JIM .................................. 40 Pep Squad 3 ERDAHL, BERNICE .............................. 40 Chronicle Staff Editor 4, Chronicle Writing 3, Pep Squad 2, 3, Quarterly Writing 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Girls' State Delegate 3, Latin Forum 2, 3, New- comers 3, Tuc-Hi 3, 4 lPresident 41, Zonta Girl 4 ESPINO, SOCORRO ............................ 40 ESPINO, SYLVIA ...... 3 ESTRADA, AGUSTINE .................. ....... EVANS, JUNE ................................. 40 Dance Committee 2, Square Dancing 3, F.H.A. 2, Li- brary Club 2, Counselor's Office 3 EWALD, ROBERT ............................... 40 EZRAILSON, AARON ........................... 40 Ping Pong Club 2, Basketball 3, Pep Squad 2 FACCIO, BETTY ............................ . . . 40 FARLARDEAU, ROGER .................... . Orchestra 2, Swing Band 2, 3, 4 FARMER, CAROL ................ . . . 40 Pirouettes 2, 3 FASS, BEATRICE . . . . . . 40 ,-xi A Nl I, FATHAUER, MARI .......... P .................... 40 Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Writing 3, Quarterly Editor 4, Quarterly Writing 2, 3, Terpsichorus 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Junior Guard 3, Sunshine Modeling Club 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 2, Boots 81 Saddle 2, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, Newsbureau 3, Zonta Girl 4 FUST, TOM ....................... I ............ 40 Baseball Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Sports Editor 4, Chronicle Sports Writing 3, Boys' Social Hour 2, 3, Junior Class President 3, Council 3, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 3 FAUX, ED .................................... 40 Football Squad 2, Track Squad 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Future Craftsmen of America 3, Tumbling Club 4, Boys' Cheer- leader 4 I FAVARA, JOEL ............................... 40 Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Baseball Squad 2, 3, Track Squad 3 FEIRING, ROBERT . . . . . FELIX, ROY .................... ........ . . . 40 FENN, JOHN .................................. 40 National Honor Society 3, 4, Council 4, Music Appre- ciation 3, 4, German Club 3, 4 FERGUSON, JAMES ........................ . . . Pep Squad 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Intramural Councellor 2, 3, Chronicle Circulation 2, 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4 CExecutive Committee 41, Junior Red Cross 2, 4, "30" Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Social Hour 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Proiectionists 2, 3, 4 lPresident 3, Vice-President 41, Allied Youth 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4, Bi-Chem-Phy 4, Stargazers 4, Newcomers 2, 4 FESTIN, ERIC .................................. 40 Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3 FIELD, EDDIE ................... . . . . . 40 FILER, BETTY ANN ..................... . . . 40 Allegretto Club 3, Junior Red Cross 4 FILIATRAULT, ART ................... ......... 4 0 FIMBRES, GUY ................................ 41 Council 3, Junior Guard 3, Cabinet 4, Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Writing 3, Tucsonian Photographers 2, Art Staff 3, Art Editor 4, Quarterly Writing Staff 2, National Art Honorary Society 3, National Honor Service So- ciety 2, Junior Red Cross Officer 2, Boys' Social Hour 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3 lDecorations Chairman 2, 31, Club Cervantes 2 FISHER, BEVERLY .............................. 41 Chronicle Distribution Staff 4, Girls' League 4, Bowling Club 3, Tuc-Hi 4, Homeroom Representative 4 FLEMING, DONNA ............................. 41 FLETCHER, JIM ................................ 41 Quarterly Writing 3, Dance Committee 2, Radio Club 3 iSecretary 31, Forensic Society 2 FLOOD, PAT .................................. 41 Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Basketball Squad 2, 3, Baseball Squad 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Editorial Board 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Boys' Social Hour 3, 4, Sophomore Class President 2, Council 3, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Principal's Advisory Committee 2, Boys' State 3, Student Body Presi- dent 4, Hi-Y 4, Latin Forum 2 FLORES, SYLVIA ............................. ,. 41 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, Pirouettes 3, 4, Girls' League 3, 4 FLYER, CHARLOTTE ............................ 41 Pep Squad 2, 3, Pirouettes 4 FOSTER, PAT ................ . . . 41 FOWBLE, LOWELL .............................. 41 Intramural Football 3, Chronicle Writing 2, 4, Junior Guard 3, Hi-Y 3, Pep Squad 2, Council 4 FOX, SHIRLEY ................................. 41 Tennis 2, 3, , Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Circulation 2, 4, Writin 3- Tucsonian Advertising 3, Writing 4, Quarter . 2, 4, Plays: "The Ghost Story" 3, "The Neighb rs ' he Im inary Invalid" 4, "La Saldaire" 4, Stagecraft , at' al Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cros - ' ls' League 2, 3, 4, Council 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, - Senior Office 4, Tuc-Hi 2, Racqueteers 4, Girls' Soci Hour 2, 3, 4 FRAZER, DOTTY ............................... 41 Chronicle Writing 3, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 3, 4, String Ensemble 3, 4, Pirouettes 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' League 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Charm Club 4, Swimming Club 2 FREUDENTHAL, JEAN ................ .... ....... 4 I G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.S.L. 3, 4, Girls' "T" Club 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Staffs 2, 3, 4 CEditorial Board 41, Tucsonian Staffs 3, 4, Quarterly Writing 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Coun- cil 4 lSecretary 41, Girls' League 2, 3, 4 QExecutive Board 41, Council 3, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4 lSecretary 31, Archery Club 3 QPresident1, Newcomers 3, Girls' State Delegate 3, Future Teachers of America 4 FROEHLING, BETTE ............................. 41 Pep Squad 2, 3, Allegretto Club 2, Pirouettes 3, Quar- terly Circulation 2, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, Girls' Social Hour 2, 3, F.H.A. 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, Homeroom Representa- tives 4 FROST, DEAN ........,...... ................ 4 1 FRY, DOLORES ................................ 41 G.A.A. 3, Pep Squad 3, Girls' League 3, 4, F.H.A. 4, Les Poupees Parfaites 4 FULFER, DARLA ..................,............. 41 GAINES, LYNN ................................ 41 Sophomore Tennis 2, Girls' League 2, 3, Dance Commit- tee 2, Tuc-Hi 2 GALLATION, MARY LOU ......................... 41 GAMEZ, LEO .................................. GANEM, NIMER ............................... 41 Pep Squad 2, 3, Intramural: Wrestling 2, Football 3, Baseball 3, Basketball 2, 3, Football Squad 2 GARCIA, EDMUND ............................. Quarterly 2, Franklin Printing 3, Future Craftsmen of America 3 GARCIA, ELISA . .. . .. . . 41 GARCIA, ERNEST . . . . . .. 41 GARCIA, OLGA . . . . . . . 41 GARCIA, RUTH ..... .... 4 I GARRETT, BILL ........ .... 4 2 GARRISON, RONALD .......................... 42 GELDERMAN, AL .............................. 42 Track Squad 2, 3, Rifle Club 2, Pep Squad 2, 3, Intra- mural: Football, Baseball, Track, Golf 3, Fencing Club 2, Boots 81 Saddle 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, Social Hour 3, 4, Foot- ball Squad 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Chronicle Ad Staff 4 GENNRICH, JOAN ............................. 42 Bowling Club 2 GENOVESE, GREG . . . . . . . 42 elssoN, DIANE .... .... 4 2 GIBSON, MARGARET .......................... 42 Tennis 2, Pep Squad 2, 3, Basketball 3, Tucsonian Sub- scription Staff 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Council 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Senior Office 4, Junior Guard 3, Junior Class Council 3, Girls' Social Hour 3, 4, Sunshine Modeling 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 2 GILBERG, SHELDON .................... ...... 4 2 GILLESPIE, EMMALEE ........................... 42 GILLILAND, SHIRLEY ............................ 42 National Honor Service Society 4, Future Nurses' Club 3,4 GINN, GARY ........ . .. . . . 42 GLASSBURG, MARVIN . . . . . 42 GLOSSER, HAROLD ............................ fr GOLDSTEIN, ARTHUR ........................... 42 Orchestra 2, Swing Band 2, 3, Track 3, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3 GOLDSTEIN, JERRY .... . . . . . . . . 42 GOMEZ, BETTY .............. . . GOMEZ, FRANCES ............. National Art Honor Society 3 GOMEZ, SALLY .................. 42 GONZALES, GILBERT ................ . . . 42 Club Cervantes 4, Allied Youth 3, 4 GONZALES, RAMONA .......................... 42 G.A.A. 4, G.S.L. 4, Intramural Basketball 3, Chronicle Circulation 4, Quarterly Circulation 4, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Girls' League 4, Girls' State Delegate 3, F.T.A. 4, Homeroom Representative 4, Club Cervantes 4, Physical Education Club 4 Nice-President 41 GOOD, GEORGE ............................... 42 GOODMAN, JOHN ............................. GOODMAN, JOYCE ............................ 42 Allegro Club 4, Badger Balladeers 4, Pirouettes 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4, Newcomers' Club 4, F.T.A. 4 GORBY, CAROL ............................... 42 Girls' League 4, Club Cervantes 3, 4, Swimming Club 3 GRADILLAS, CARMEN .......................... 42 Tucsonian Typing Staff 3, Club Cervantes 3, F.B.L.A. 3 GRAHAM, ARLENE ............................. GRAHAM, BEULAH ............................. 42 GRANT, GEORGE ........................... .. . . 42 Basketball Squad 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, Hi-Y 4 GRANT, KEN .................................. 42 GRAY, JOHN ................................. GREEN, BARBARA ............................. 42 Tennis 2, 3, Pirouettes 4, Girls' League 4, Council 4, Homeroom Representative 4 GREEN, LILLIAN ............................... GRIFFIN, GARY ............ . . . 43 GRIFFITH, DAVE ............................... 43 GRISSINGER, VERALICE ......................... 43 Intramural Basketball 3, Quarterly Writing 3, Band 3, Gesundheiters 4, Music Appreciation 3 GRUCHIK, STUART ............................. 43 GRUENSFELDER, MARY ANN ..................... 43 Quarterly Subscription Staff 4, Terpsichorus 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Dance Committee 2, Homeroom Representa- tive 4, Boots 81 Saddle 2, 3 lSecretary 3, President 41, Sunshine Modeling Club 4 GUERRA, MARRY .......................... I .... GUERRERO, DELIA ............................. GUILD, KIRKE ................................. 43 Football Squad 2, Pep Squad 3, National Honor So- ciety 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3 GUILLEN, ROSARIA ............................ 43 GUINN, ELEANOR .................. 43 Pep Squad 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4 GUMM, DALE .................... . . . GUNDY, CAROL ..... . . . .. . 43 GUSTAFSON, JERRY . . . . . . 43 GUYNN, HOWARD . . . . . GWALTNEY, TOM .... . . . 43 HAASE, CAROL ................................ 43 HAFFA, BILL .................................. Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Future Craftsman of America 4 HAINES, FRED ................................. HALL, BARBARA LEE ........................... 43 Pep Squad 2, National Honor Service Society 4, Future Nurses' Club 3, 4, Skating Club 2, El Cervantes 4 HALL, PAT .................................... 43 Girls' "T" Club 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Song Leader 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Ad Staff 2, Tucsonian Writing 2, 'Tucsonian Subscription 4, Quarterly Subscription 4, AI- Iegretto Club 3, Girls' Quartette 4, Double Mixed Quar- tette 4, Stagecraft 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Senior Office 4, Junior Guard 3, Sunshine Model- ing 2, 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 2 HANNA, EDWARD ............................. HANNAH, MARILYN ........................... 43 Pep Squad 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Bowling Club 4 HANSON, JANICE ............................. 43 G.A.A. 2, Girls' "T" Club 3, Pep Squad 2, 3, Tucsonian Ad Manager 4, Tucsonian Ad Staff 2, Tersichorus 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service So- ciety 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Officer 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4 lExecutive Committee 43, Council 4, Dance Commit- tee 2, 3, Safety Committee 2, Girls' State 3, Girls' So- cial Hour 3, 4, News Bureau 3, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4 lSecretary 31, Ski Club 4, Zonta Girl 4 HAREN, JIMMY ............ . . . 43 HARRIS, NONA ............ 43 Homeroom Representative 4 HARRISON, SHIRLEY ........ . . . 43 HASKINS, ROBERT . . . . . . 43 HAURY, ALLAN ................................ 43 HAYDEN, JULIAN .............................. 43 Quarterly Writing Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Bi-Chem-Phy 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Debating Club 2, Science Fiction 4, Cryptograph Club 4 HAYNE5, ERNEST .............................. 43 Basketball Squad 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, "30" Club 2, 3, 4, Bi-Chem-Phy 4 HEINZ, DWIGHT .............................. 43 HELBIG, SHIRLEY . J: ..................... . . 44 Song Leader 4,.F' S q 2, 3, Quarterly Subscription 3, 4, Plays: "iBoff Hills" 4, "The Imaginary Invalid", Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 4, Bowling 3, Modeling Club 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3 HELMS, KAREN .........................,...... 44 Pep Squad 3, Intramural Basketball 2, Tuc-Hi 2 HELMLER, ALICE ............................... 44 Terpsichorus 4, Boots 81 Saddle Club 3, Tumbling Club 3, Archery Club 2, F.B.L.A. 4, Fencing Club 3, Girls' League 4 HENTHORN, BILL .............................. HERRERAS, MILDRED ........................... 44 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Girls' League 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, 4 lSecretary 41, F.B.L.A. 3 HERSEY, JOE ........ HESSELBERG, ALBERT . . . . HESSICK, LINDA ..... 44 HICKEY, DON ..... ............ ..... . . .. 44 HICKS, FORD ................................. Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Track Squad 3, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Wrestling 4 HINEMAN, ELEANOR ........................... 44 F.H.A. 4 lSecretary 41, G.A.A. 2, G.S.L. 3, Fencing Club 4, Newcomers' Club 4, Allegro 3, Badger Balladeers 4, German Club 4, Les Poupees Parfaites 4, Girls' League 4 HINMAN, BUDDY ......,....................... 44 Intramural Basketball 3, Intramural Football 3, Hi-Y 4, Bowling Club 4, Badger Balladeers 4 HINTON, JOANN .............................. 44 HIPSHER, MARTHA ....... ...................... 4 4 G.A.A. 2, Pep Squad 2, 3, National Honor Service So- ciety 3, 4, Girls' League 3, 4, Council 4, Dance Commit- tee 2, Future Nurses 3, Tuc-Hi 2, Swimming Club 2 HISCOX, BUDDY .............................. 44 HOBBS, MARK ................................ 44 HODGES, MARILYN ............................ 44 Song Leader 4, Pep Squad 3, Girls' League 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Girls' Social Hour 3, 4, Senior Office 4, Junior Guard 3, Dance Committee 3, Plays: "The Imagin- ary InvaIid" HOLDERBAUM, MARLENE ........................ 44 HOPKINS, LOUIS .............................. 44 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, Cabinet 4, Senior Office 4, Hi-Y 4, Dance Committee HOPPE, HARRY ............ . . . 44 HORWITZ, LEWIS .. .. HOSKINS, ROBERT ............... . . . HOUSEL, CAROL .................. 44 Tennis 2, Ski Club 2, El Cervantes 3 HOUSER, SUE ................................. 44 HOWARD, DON ............................... Football Squad 3, Future Craftsmen of America 3 HOWARD, JACKIE ............................. 44 Pep Squad 2, 3, Tucsonian Ad Staff 3, Tucsonian Writ- ing 4, Quarterly Writing 4, Swimming Club 3, Writer's Club 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4 lPresident 41, Music Appreciation 2, Les Poupees Parfaites 4 Howe, GEORGE ............................. V. . HOWSARE, JANE .....,........................ 44 G.A..A. 3, 4, Girls' "T" Club 2, 3, 4, Advanced Tennis 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Writ- ing 2, 3, 4, Chronicle Sports 4, Allegretto Club 3, Badg- er Balladeers 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross, Girls' League 2, Council 3, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Senior Office 4, Junior Guard 3, Associate Senior Judge 4, Sunshine Modeling 2, 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 2 HUCKABY, BILLIE .... . ...... 44 HUGHES, CHARLES ......... . . . HUGHES, SALLY ............. . . . 44 Organ Club 3, 4, T.C.Y.F. 3 HUOT, DON .................................. 44 Football Squad Manager 2, Pep Squad 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4, Boy Cheerleader CTumbIing, 4 HURLEY, BILL ................,................ 44 HYMAN, DONALD ..... .. . 44 HUTTON, DOROTHY . . . .. . INSEL, JANE ....... . . . 44 INTOGNA, BERNIE . .. ... 45 ACKSON, BARBARA ........................... 45 Tennis, iAdvanced1 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Sports Writing 3, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Council 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Racqueteers 2, 3, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, Newcomers' Club 4 ACKSON, GENE .......... .................. ACKSON, MARILYN . . . . . . 45 ACKSON, TOM ..... . .. 45 ACOB, JIM ........ Football Squad 2 AMES, AMELIA . . .. . 45 ENKINS, OLGA .. . ETER, JOY NELL .... . . . 45 IVIDEN, NAN LEE . OE, JOHN ..................,................ OHN, ROBERTA .............................. 45 Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Editorial Board 4, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 4, Latin Forum 2, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Girls' State 3 DHNSON, AMENELL ........................... 45 DHNSON, GLENDA ............................ 45 DHNSON, LILLIE .................... ...... .... 4 5 Allegretto Club 3, Junior Red Cross 3, Girls' League 3, 4, F.H.A. 3, F.T.A. 4 DHNSON, PETER .............,................ 45 Football Squad Manager 3, 4, Letterman's Club 4, Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Ad Staff 4, Quar- terly Subscription Staff 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4 iPresident 41, "30" Club 2, 3, 4 iVice-President 41, Boys' Social Hour 4, Boys' State 3, Council 4, Senior Office 4, Mixer Committee 4, Hi-Y 4, Racqueteers 2, 3, 4 DNES, BILL .................................. 45 "30" Club. 2, 3, 4 iSecretary 41, Music Appreciation 4, German Club 4, Woodcrafters 3, 4 DNES, CECIL ................................. 45 Intramural Football 2, Intramural Horse Shoes 2 DNES, CLARINE .............................. 45 DNES, FORREST ...... . .... 45 Swimming Club 3 DNES, JOHN ................................. 45 Rifle Club 3, Pep Squad 3, Basketball 3, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, "30" Club 2, 3, 4, Woodcrafters 3, 4, Music Appreciation 4, Ski Club 4, German Club 4, Rod 8- Gun Club 4, Rifle Club 4 DNES, PAT ............... ................... 4 5 DNES, BORA ........................... . .... 45 DRGENSON, ANN ............................ 45 Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Ad Staff 2, Quarterly Writing 3, 4, Plays, "Neighbors," "lmaginary lnvalid", National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Girls' League 3, 4, Council 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Homeroom Representative 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, Sunshine Modeling Club 2, 3, 4 Nice-President 41, Latin Forum 2, Racqueteers 2, Thespians 4 ALB, ELEANOR ............................... 45 Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Writing Staff 4, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Bi-Chem-Phi 3, Radio Production Club 3, 4, News Bureau 3, 4 ALINSKE, BOB ............................... 45 Tennis 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 3, 'Intramural Football 2, National Honor Society 4, Boys' Social Hour 4, Council 4, Junior Guard 3, Hi-Y 4, Bi- Chem-Phi 3, Latin Forum 3 ARNOPP, CLYDE .......... . . . . . . 45 Rifle Club 3 KAYE, WENDY ................................ 45 Pep Squad 3, Advanced Swimming 3, Chronicle Writing 4, Tucsonian Writing 4, Quarterly Writing 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Girls' League 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Allied Youth 3, 4 iVice-President 41, Newcomers 3, 4 iTreasurer 41, Bi-Chem-Phi 3, 4 iSecretary 41, Science Fiction 3, 4 CSecretary 41, Star Gazers 3, 4 iSecretary 3, Treasurer 41, Proiectionists 3, 4, Music Appreciation 3, 4, Writers' Club 3, 4 iTreasurer 41, Gesundheiters 4, Cytography Club 4, Homeroom Representative 4 KEILLOR, PEGGY ................... ' . . . 45 KELLY, JOYCE . , . ..............,..... . . 45 KEMMER, ANNE ............................... 46 Pep Squad 2, 3, Twirlers 2, 3, 4 iHead Twirler 41, Pirouettes 2, Junior Red Cross 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, Square Dance Club 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Les Poupees'Parfaites 4 KEMMERER, KATHERINE ......................... 46 G.A.A. 2, 3, Sophomore Tennis Ladder 2, Pep Squad 2, 3, Quarterly Subscription 3, National Honor Service Society 3, Junior Red Cross 2, Girls' League 3, Ski Club 3, News Bureau 3, National Honor Society 3, 4 KENT, SKIPPY ................................. 46 KERSHNER, PAUL .............................. 46 Track Squad 2, Chronicle Editor 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Junior Class Vice-President 3, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Assembly Committee 4, Junior Guard 3, Hi-Y 3, 4 KEssLER, LEONA .... ' .......................... 46 Quarterly Production 4, F.H.A. 4, Table Tennis 4, Pro- iectionist Club 3 KIMBERLIN, JIM .......................... .... . 46 Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Baseball Squad 2, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Pep Squad 2 KINERK, BURT ................................ 46 Basketball Squad 2, 3, 4, Baseball Squad 2, 3, 4, Let- terman's Club 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Balladeers 4, Council 3, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Junior Class Councilman 3 , KITTLE, SUE .................................. 46 KLEIN, ELAINE ................................ 46 Writers' Club 4, Newcomers Club 4, F.B.L.A.. 4 KLEIN, PEGGY ................................. 46 Girls' "T" Club 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Circulation Manager 4, Chronicle Staffs 2, 3, Tucsonian Art Staff 3, Quarterly Subscriptions 2, 3, 4, National Art Honor Society 3, 4, Plays: "Yes Means No", National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Boots 8. Sad- dle 2, Rifle 2, Tuc-Hi 2, Thespians 4 KLENCK, MIKE ................................ 46 Rifle Club 2, Pep Squad 3, National Honor Service So- ciety 2, 3, Boys' Social Hour 3, Raqueteers 2, 3, Hi-Y 3 KNOLL, BOB .................................. 46 KNOWELS, DONNA ..................... ...... 4 6 KOHL, JOHN ................................. 46 Wrestling 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Intramural: Football 2, 3, Softball 2, Swimming 2, Basketball 2, 3, Rhythm Roll- ers 2, Bowling Club 3, Newcomers Club 4 KOLB, ARLENE ....................... r ......... 46 Pep Squad 3, National Honor Service Society 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Boots 81 Saddle 4 KOLB,JUANlTA... ................ ......46 KORDSIEMON, BILL ............................ 46 Track 2, 3, 4, Lettermans' Club 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Tuc- sonian Art Staff 4, Quarterly Art Staff 3, National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 4 CSecretary-Treasurer 31, Junior Red Cross 2, Boys' Social Ho-ur 4, Council 4, Cabinet 4, Senior Office 4, Junior Guard 3, Dance Committee 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4 KROEGER, FRED ............................... KRUMLAUF, GENE ............................. 46 Rifle Club 3, Proiectionists 3, Bi-Chem-Phi 3, Science Fic- tion 2, Star Gazers 4, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 3 KUEHLTHAU, JIM .............................. 46 Intramural Baseball 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Lyre's Club 4, Stamp Club 2, 3 KUHNS, MARTIN .............................. Tucsonian Staffs 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, Lyre's Club 4, Wind Ensemble 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, National Institute Music Society 4, Boys' Social Hour 4, Chess Club 3, 4, Science Fiction 3, 4, Fencing Club 3, 4, Rod 81 Gun Club 2, 4, Bi-Chem-Phi 4, Music Apprecia- tion 4 LA BELLE, JIM ................................ 46 National Honor Society 4, Council 4, Latin Forum 2, Ger- man Club 3, 4 lPresident 3, 41, Golf Club 3, Science Fiction 4, Newcomers 4 LAMB, JOHN ................................. 46 Band 2, 3, 4 CPresident 41, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 4 CBusiness Manager1, Lyre's Club 4, Wind En- semble 3, 4, Hi-Y 4 LAOS, CHARLIE ................................ 46 LAOS, HELEN ................................. 46 Pep Squad 2, 3, Girls' League 3, 4, Club Cervantes 2, 3, Tuc-Hi 4, Bowling 3, Les Poupees Parfaites 4 LAPIN, JERRY ................................. 46 Tennis 3, Racqueteers 2, 4, Airplane Club 2, Music Ap- preciation 4 LAUBSCHER, MARGARET ........................ 47 Chronicle Distribution 2, Exchange Staff 3, Orchestra 3, Terpsichorus 4, Pirouettes 3, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Council 3, Les Poupees Parfaites 4 LEAGUE, CHARLES ............................. Orchestra 2, 3, 4 LEE, ART ..................................... 47 LEE, DONNIE JEAN ............................. 47 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Homeroom Representative 4, Badminton 3, Ping Pong 3, Bowling 4, Racqueteers 4, Rhythm Rollers 2, Tuc-Hi 3, Les Poupees Parfaites 4, Library Staff 4 LEE, HARRIET ................................. 47 Junior Red Cross 3 LEEDS, RONNIE ...... .. 47 Rifle Club 2, 3 LEEIIUIDEN, NAN . . . . . 47 LEMAS, MANNY ........... . . . . . 47 LEMON, JOYCE ....................... . . 47 LEON, VIRGINIA ........................ . . 47 Junior Flag Bearer 3, Club Cervantes 3 LEONG, EFFIE ................................. 47 Tucsonian Subscriptions 2, 3, 4, Quarterly Circulation 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Bowling Club 4 LESMAN, FLORA ...........................,.. 47 LEVINE, SANDRA .............. .......... .... 4 7 LEVY, SHEILA ................................. 47 Pep Squad 2, Tucsonian Advertising 4, Terpsichorus 3, Pirouettes 2, National Honor Service Society 4 LEYVA, MANUEL .....,....................... Fencing Club 2 LIGHTY, SHIRLEY .......... .................... 4 7 Pep Squad 3, Allegretto Club 3, Balladeers 4, Girls' Quartette 4, Double Mixed Quartette 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Tuc-Hi 3, Les Poupees Parfaites 4 LIEBERMAN, MARY ELLEN ....................... 47 Chronicle Advertising 4, Quarterly 4, Orchestra 2, Na- tional Honor Sarvice Society 4, Writer's Club 2, French Club 4 LIM, LUCY ...................... ....... ....... 4 7 Pep Squad 2, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 4, Junior Red Cross 4, Newcomers' Club 3, Gesundheiters 4, Latin Forum 4, Bowling Club 4 LONGSHORE, JOAN ............................ 47 Newcomers 3, Girls' League 3 LOPEZ, DELIA ................. . . 47 Future Nurses' Club 3 LOPEZ, JOSEPHINE ............................. 47 G.A.A. 2, 3, Tennis Ladder 2, 3, Pep Squad 2, 3, Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, Club Cervantes 2, 3, 4, Girls' Social Hour 3, Junior Guard 3 LOPEZ, MANUEL "KOYO" ........................ 47 Chronicle Writing 4, Tucsonian Sports Editor 4, Quarter- ly Writing 3, 4, Orchestra 2, String Ensemble 2, Boys' Social Hour 3, 4 lPresident 41, Council 4, Dance Com- mittee 3, 4, Writers' Club 3, Tumbling Club 3, Model Airplane Club 2 fSecretary1, Hi-Y 3, 4 LOPEZ, HELEN ................................. 47 LOPEZ, HENRY ................................ LORING, MARITA .............................. 47 National Honor Service Society 4, Projectionists' Club 3, 4 LOTT, KAREN ................................. 47 Tennis Ladder 2, Pep Squad 2, 3, Tucsonian Production 3, Class Editor 4, Organ Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4 lExecutive Committee 3, Vice-President 41, Girls' League 3, 4, New- comers' Club 4, Club Cervantes 2, F.T.A. 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Dance Committee 2, Girls' Social Hour 3, 4 LOVERUDE, SHARON ........................... 47 LUCKETT, PHIL ................. . . 48 Future Craftsmen of America 4 LUDWIG, KEN ................ . . 48 Bowling Club 4 LUDWIG, RALPH .......................... . . 48 Band 2, 3, Future Craftsmen of America 3 MacCOURTNEY, PAT ...................... . . 48 Track Squad 2, 3 MacDONALD, PHILLIP . . . . . 48 Bowling Club 4 MADRIL, ADELINE ......................... . . 48 MALKIN, DAVE ................................ 48 Quarterly Production 4, Band 3, Newcomers 4 MALINSKY, SALLY ............................. 48 Chronicle Head Typist 4, Tersichorus 3, 4, National Hon- or Society 4, Newcomers 4, La Lique Francais 3, 4, Music Appreciation 4, Pep Squad 2 MANGELS, JACKIE ............................. 48 Plays: "Yes Means No", National Honor Service So- ciety 2, 3 MANUEL, FERN ................................ 48 Tucsonian Writing 4, Quarterly Writing 4, Allegretto Club 2, Writers' Club 2, 3, 4, Radio Production 2, Girls' League 2 MARASCHIELLO, BUDDY ........................ 48 MARBLE, CHARLES ...... .... . . 48 MARIMPIETRI, JEAN ............................ 48 MARKINS, JIM ...............,................ 48 Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Pep Squad 2 AARTIN, JOAN ............................ La Lique Francaise 3, Future Nurses Club 3 AARTIN, JOE ............... ......... . . . 48 AARTINEK, HANA . .. . . . 48 Swimming Club 3 AARTINEZ, DIONICIO .... 48 AARTINEZ, IRMA ...... .. Swimming Club 2 AASON, HILDRED ............................. 48 Orchestra 2, 3, Girls' League 4, Table Tennis 4 AATHEWS, GEORGE ............................ 48 AATTOX, DON ................................ 48 Intramural Football 2, 3, Balladeers 2, 3, 4, Arion Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Quartet 4, Double Mixed Quartet 4 ACCALL, JIM .................................. Intramural Football 2 ACCORD, JIM ................................. 48 AcDORMAN, GENELLE .......................... 48 National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Quarterly Artist 3, Square Dance Club 3 ACGEE, DIANNE ............................... 48 MKEE, TED .................................. 48 Track Squad 2, 3, Rifle Club 2, Cross Country 2, Pep Squad 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Chronicle Staffs 3, 'National Honor Society 3, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Senior Justice 4, Tennis Club 2, 3, Golf Club 3, Ski Club 3, Lettermans' Club 3, Hi-Y 2, 3 MKINNIE, ROBERTA ........................... 48 Allegretto Club 2, Pep Squad 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 4, Girls' League 4, Sunshine Modeling Club 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, National Honor Service Society 4 MMAINS, JERRY ............................. 48 NCNEILL, MARILYN ............................. 49 Pep Squad 2, 3, Allegro Club 3, Allegretto Club 2, Bal- ladeers 3, Quarterly Subscriptions 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 3, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 4, Council 3, Dance Commit- tee 2, Junior Guard 3, Sophomore Class Councilman 2, Newcomers 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 4 MQUIGG, PATTY ............................. 49 IIEDINA, CELIA ........... . . . 49 IEIGHAN, DOROTHY . . . . . 49 IENDEZ, DELIA ..................... ........ 4 9 LENDOZA, GRACE ............................. 49 Tennis 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3 lBusiness Manager 31, F.B.L.A. 4, Swimming Club 4 LERRITT, LEE ................................. 49 Football Squad 2, 3, Track Squad 2, 3, Intramural Track 2 LESA, SYLVIA ................................ IEYER, RICHARD . . . .. . 49 Track Squad 3 IIEGLITZ, JEANETTE ................ . . . 49 KILLER, CAROLE ANN ................... ..... 4 9 Junior Red Cross 4, Boots 8. Saddle 2 IILLER, ELOISE ................................ 49 Pep Squad 3, Junior Red Cross 3, Bi-Chem-Phi 3, 4, Science Fiction 3, Star Gazers 3, 4, Future Nurses 4, Rifle Club 4 IILLER, JOAN .............. . . . 49 IILLS, CAROL ................................. 49 IINARIK, CLARA JOE .......................... 49 Pep Squad 2, 3, Tucsonian Production 3, Editor 4, Al- legretto Club 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 4, Girls' League 3, 4, Dance Com- mittee 2, Junior Flag Bearer 3 IINCHETT, ANNA MAE ......................... 49 LIRELES, FRANCES ........... . . . 49 IITCHELL, JOAN . . . . . . 49 MOHNEY, LEONE .............................. 49 National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service So- ciety 4, Rhythm Rollers 2, Bi-Chem-Phy 3 MONRO, MARIANNE ..... . ..................... 50 MONSON, DON ............................... 49 Pep Squad 2, 3, Tucsonian Photography Editor 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Boys' Social Hour 3, 4, Council 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Home- room Representative 4, Skating Club 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Allied Youth 3, Bi-Chem-Phi 4, Music Appreciation 4, Science Fiction Club 4 MONTANO, CAROL . . . . . . 49 MOODY, DONALD . . . . . 49 MOODY, JIM ...... . . . 49 MOORE, RICHARD . . . . . 49 MOORE, JIM ..... .. MOORE, TIM ....... . . . 50 MOOREHEAD, PAT ............................. 50 MOREHEAD, BILL .............................. 50 Proiectionists' Club 2, Badger Camera Clickers 4 MORENO, ALEX ............................... 50 MORENO, CARMEN ............................ 50 Tucsonian Advertising Staff 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Girls' League 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4 MORDEN, ROBERT ............................. MOSER, WENDALL ............................. 50 MOUNT, SANDRA ............................. 50 Tucsonian Typing Head 4, National Honor Service So- ciety 3, 4, Homeroom Representative 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Girls' League 4, G.A.A. 2 MOWER, GAIL ................................ 50 Orchestra 3 MUNOZ, FRANK ......... . . . 50 MUSSELMAN, BARBARA . . . . MYHRE, KATHRYN ..... .. . 50 Band 4 NABOURS, BOB ................................ 50 Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Track Squad 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Boys' Social Hour 4, Senior Class President 4, Junior Council 3, Dance Committees 2, 3, 4, Senior Of- fice 4, Junior Guard 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Mixer Committee 4 NADRIL, ADELINE .............................. 50 NASEWYTEWA, HARLOW ........................ 50 NELSON, HERMAN ...... . . . 50 NELSON, JIM ...... . . . 50 Ski Club 2 NELSON, KENT ................................ 50 NEVIUS, FRED ................................ 50 Track Squad 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Intramural Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3 NIETO, JIM ................................ NOE, RUTH .............................. . . NOLEN, DENNY ........... ................... NOVICK, DAVID .............................. 50 Basketball 2, Orchestra 3, 4 lLibrarian 41, National Honor Society 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Homeroom Rep- resentative 4, Stamp Club 2, 3, 4, Bi-Chem-Phy 3, 4, Crytography Club 4, Boy's State 3 OCHOA, HENRY ............................... ODEN, BILL ..................... . oLEsEN, DWIGHT ............ ...... . .. so oLsoN, GARY ................................ so owen, issue ..............................,.. so Track Squad 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 4, Lyre's Club 4, Chess Club 2, 3, 4 O'NEILL, JANET ................................ 50 Pep Squad 2, 3, Quarterly Writing 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4 lPresi- dent 41, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4 lVice-President 41, Rhythm Rollers 2, Allied Youth 3, 4 lSecretary 31, FHA 3, 4 Nice-President 41, Square Dancing 3, Radio Pro- duction 3, FTA 4, Zonta Girl 4 OPPMAN, BARBARA ........................... OROZCO, JOE ................................ Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Baseball Squad 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, Junior Guard 3 ORTIZ, DELIA ................................. ORTIZ, DICK .................................. Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 4, Junior Red Cross 4, Hi-Y 4 ORTIZ, ROY ....... ......... .................. OSUNA, ALEX ................................ 51 OVERPECK, GAIL ..... ......................... 5 1 Chronicle Writing 2, 3, Chronicle Editorial Board 4, Dance Committee 2 llnvitations Chairman 21, Junior Flag Bearer 3, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Girls' Social Hour 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Sunshine Modeling Club 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Of- ficer 3, 4 OVERSTREET, JIM ........... . Rifle Club 3, Hi-Y Club 3 OWEN, MARK ................................ 51 Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Senior Council 4, Chief Justice 4 PACHECO, CONSUELO . ......................... 51 G.A.A. 4, G.S.L. 3, 4 fSecretary-Treasurer 31, Intramural Basketball 2, Volleyball 4, Quarterly Linotype 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4, Junior Red Cross Officer 4, Girls' League 3, 4, El Cervantes 3, 4 lSecretary-Treasurer 41, P.E. Club 4, F.T.A. 4 PAGAN, PEGGY ........ L ...................... 51 National Art Honor Society 2, 3 PAIN, VIRGINIA, ............................... 51 G.A.A. 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, Girls' "T" Club 3, Pirouettes 3, Girls' League 3 PALSER, BILL .................................. 51 PAREDES, FRANK .............................. 51 Tucsonian Photographer 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Lyre's Club 4, Badger Camera Clickers 3, 4 lSecretary-Treasurer 41, Club Cervantes 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4 PARISH, OTIS ................................. 51 PATTERSON, PEGGY ............................ 51 Pirouettes 2, 3, Plays: "The Neighbors," "Imaginary In- valid" PAULL, NONA ................................ 51 Tennis 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Tucsonian Typing 4, Plays: "The Ghost Story," "The Imaginary InvaIid", Na- tional Honor Service Society 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 4, Senior Office 4, Junior Guard 3, Girls' So- cial Hour 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, Dance Committee 3, 4 PAYNE, SUE .................................. 51 Pep Squad 2, Allegretto Club 2, Allegro Club 3, 4, Girls' Quartet 3, 4, Double Mixed Quartet 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Girls' Social Hour 3, Organ Club 2 CSec- retary1, Tuc-Hi 2 PEABODY, LOIS .......................... ..... 5 1 PEACOCK, PATRICIA ........................... 51 G.A.A. 3, Bowling Club 3, Archery Club 3, Boots 81 Sad- dle 2, 3, Square Dance Club 3 PEACOCK, PHYLLIS . . . ........ . . . 51 I.-.V ,4 ,T -. -- V PECK, RALPH .........,.. . .................... 51 PEEK, JOE .................................... 51 Rifle Club 2, 3, 4 fPresident 41, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, Swing Band 3, 4 lBusiness Manager 41, Lyre's Club 4, Wind Ensemble 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Service Society 3, Council 4, Bi-Chem-Phy 3, 4, Science Fiction 3, 4, Radio Club 3, 4, Allied Youth 3, 4 , PENTA., LORETTA ............ .................. 5 1 PESQUEIRA, GILBERT ........................... 51 Chronicle Circulation 4, National Honor Art Society 3, 4, Quarterly Circulation 4, National Honor Service Society 4, Boys' Social Hour 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4 PICKER, JANE ................................ 51 Pep Squad 2, 3, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 2, 3 fSecretary 31, Boots 8- Saddle 2, News Bureau 3, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Radio Bureau 4 PINDER, BILL .................................. 51 Intramural Baseball, Hi-Y 4 POTTER, MEL ........................... . . . 51 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Football 2, 3 PRESKAR, BOB ................................ 51 PRESTLIEN, BOB ............................... 52 Basketball Squad 3, Band 2, Plays: "The Adorable Spendthrift," "Ghost Story," "Far Off HiIls," "Imaginary InvaIid", Thespians 3 PRICE, ARTHUR ................................ Basketball Squad 2, 3, lntramural Baseball 2, 3 PRICE, RICHARD .............................. 52 Balladeers 3, Arion Club 3, National Honor Service So- ciety 3, "30" Club 2, 3, 4 lPresident 41 PRIEVE, EDDY ....................... .... 5 2 PROBASCO, SHIRLEY ......................... .. 52 PUTTER, PEGGY ............................... 52 Pep Squad 2, 3, Allegro Club 3, 4, Allegretto Club 2, Balladeers 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Junior Guard 3, Traditions Committee Secretary 4 QUIGLEY, MARTHA ............................ 52 QUINN, MARVIN .............................. 52 Basketball Squad 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, ln- tramural Volleyball 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3 QUIST, SANDRA ............................... 52 RACER, LUCIA ...... ..... . . . 52 Band 2 RALSTON, PATRICIA . . . . RAY, BOB .......... .. . 52 Geshundheiters 3 RAY, JACQUELINE ............................. REISLER, DAVID ............................... 52 Pep Squad 3, Chronicle Staffs 3, Editorial Board 4, Quarterly Writing 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4 lPresident 41, Boys' Social Hour 4, Boy's State 3, Dance Committee 2, Council 2, Latin Forum 2, Gesundheiters 3, 4 Nice-President 41, Chess Club 3, 4, Radio Produc- tion 3, Bi-Chem-Phy 4, Proiectionists 4, Racqueteers 3 RENEER, DOUGLAS ............................ 52 REYES, ALICE ................................. 52 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.S.L. 2, 3, 4 fPresident 41, Tennis 2, 3, Pep Squad 2, Girls' "T" Club 3, 4, Tucsonian Staffs 4, Junior Guard 3 REYNAGA, BERTHA ............................ RHODENBAUGH, JOAN ........................ 52 Pirouettes 3, National Honor Service Society 2, Junior Red Cross 2, 3 RIGOLI, GLORIA .............................. 52 Pep Squad 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Girls' Social Hour 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Table Tennis Club 3, Golf Club 2, Les Poupees Parfaites 4 RIOS, CARMEN . . . . 52 RIOS, EDDY .... . . . 52 RIVER, LUANNE . . . . . . 52 RIVERA, ANITA ................ .............. 5 2 RIVERA, ELIDIA ............................... 52 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.S.L. 3, 4, Girls' "T" Club 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Terpsichorus 4, Pirouettes 3 ROBBINS, MARIAN ............................ 52 Pep Squad 2, 3, Tucsonian Associate Editor 4, Quarterly Salesman 3, Allegro Club 3, 4, Allegretto Club 2, Bal- ladeers 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4 CExecutive Board 41, Junior Council 3, Dance Committee 2, 3 Qln- vitations Chairman 31, Homeroom Representative 4, Girls' Social Hour 2, 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4 Nice President 41, F.T.A. 4 fPresident 41, Mixer Commitl tee 3, 4 IReception Committee Chairman 41, Zonta Girl 4 52 ROBERTS, JAY ................................ Tennis 3, Rifle Club 3, 4, Science Fiction Club 2, 3, 4, Hi- Y 2, 3, 4 ROBERTS, PAT ................................. 52 IOMERO, BETTY ...... . . . 52 KOMO, MARGARET . . . . . . 52 El Cervantes 2 IOSENBLATT, DIANE ........................... 53 Pep Squad 2, 3, Tucsonian Typing 4, Plays: "An Imag- inary lnvalid", National Honor Service Society 3, Thes- pians 4 IOSENBLUM, ELISE ............................ 53 Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Staffs 2, 3, Managing Editor 4, Tucsonian Subscriptions 4, Quarterly Writing 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service So- ciety 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, Council 4, Dance Committee 2, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, Junior Guard, La Lique Francaise 3, 4, Girls' Social Hour 2, 3, 4 IOSENBURGER, MICHAEL ....................... 53 IOUSSARD, YVONNE ........................... 53 LOWE, JUDY ................................. 53 Pep Squad 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4 CVice- President 41, Badminton 3, Music Appreciation 2, Na- tional Honor Service Society 4, F.H.A. 4, Les Poupees Parfaites 4, Newcomers' Club 4, F.T.A. 4 IUDD, ELSIE .................................. 53 IUIZ, BETTY .................................. 53 Pep Squad 2, National Honor Service Society 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Fencing Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Ping Pong Club 4 RUSSELL, KATHERINE ........................... 53 RUSSELL, LEONA .............................. 53 Intramural Basketball 3, Girls' League 3, Table Tennis 3 LACK, SHARLENE ....................,......... 53 Allegretto Club 4, Pep Squad 2, National Honor Service Society 4, F.T.A. 4, La Ligue Francais 4 LALVATIERRA., GLORIA ......................... 53 Chronicle Advertising 3, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Council 4, Senior Office 4, Boots 8. Saddle 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Newcomers 3, 4, Archery Club 2, Student Employment Exchange 3, Les Poupees Parfaites 4, Tuc- Hi-4 IANDOVAL, JANE ............................. 53 IAYRE, SHIRLEY ............................... 53 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Advanced Tennis Ladder 3, 4, Pep Squad , 2, 3, Chronicle Advertising Staff 3, Advertising Manager 4, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Council 3, Dance Committee 3, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Tennis Club 2, 3, Rifle Club 2, Radio Club 2, Archery Club 3, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4 fPresident 31, F.B.L.A. 3 .CHACHNER, CLYDE ............................ 53 SCHACHT, DONNA ...... . ............... ...... 5 3 Pep Squad 2, 3, National Honor Service Society 2, 3 SCHERRING, CHARLES .......................... 53 SCHENDLER, SANDRA KAY ...................... SCHMIDT, KYRAN .............................. 53 SCHOENY, ZAHRL ............................. 53 Tennis 4, Wrestling 4, Radio Production 4, Plays: "Ador- able Spendthrift" SCHOFIELD, NEAL ............................. 53 Track Squad 2, 4, National Honor Service Society 3, Boys' Social Hour 4, Council 4, Dance Committee 4, Li- brary Club 3, Senior Office 4 SCHUSTER, CHARLES ........................... 53 SCOTT, EDMOND .............................. 53 Intramural Football 3, Quarterly Production 3, Linotype 3, Skating Club 2, 3, Allied Youth 2, 3 SCOTT, LARRY ................................ 53 Radio Club 2, 3 IPresident 2, 31, Proiectionist Club 2, 3 SCOTT, TOMMY ............................... Football Squad 2, Baseball Squad 2, 3 SEGURA, OSCAR ................... . . . 53 SENAHUE, ROBERT ............................ SHARP, ARLENE ............................... 53 Quarterly Writing 4, National Art Honor Society 4, Fu- ture Nurses 3, 4, Club Cervantes 4 SHEAFFER, EDITH .............................. 53 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 CPresident 41, G.S.L. 3, 4, Girls' "T" Club 3 CSecretary 31, Tennis 2, 3, Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Photography Assistant Editor 3, Photography Editor 4, National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 4, National Honor So- ciety 4, Badger Camera Clickers 3, 4 lPresident 41, Dance Committee 2, Junior Guard 3, Golf Club 3, Tumbling 3 fPresident 31, Umpires Club 3 SHEE, JOHNNY ........................ ... SHERMAN, CHARLES ...... ... .. . 54 SHIRK, CLIFFORD .... . .. 54 SHOEMAKER, GAY ............... . . . 54 SHORE, DAVE ..................... . . . 54 Ski Club 3, 4, Swimming Club 3, 4 SHULTZ, LEE .................................. 54 Band 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3 lPresident 31, Lyre's Club 4, National Honor Service Society 4, Bi-Chem-Phy 3 SIEGEL, WAYNE ..................,..,......... 54 SILBERMAN, CYRILLE ............. ...... 5 4 Chronicle Writing 4, Golf Club 4 SIMMONS, GENE .............................. 54 Football Squad 2, 4, Letterman's Club 4, Hi-Y 4 SINCLAIR, MARY .............................. 54 Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Exchange- 4, Quarterly Typ- ing 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 4, Dance Committee 2, Stu- dent Body Treasurer 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Tuc-Hi 4 SINGER, BERNICE ............................. 54 Pep Squad 3, Future Nurses 3, 4 Nice-President 41, Bi- Chem-Phy 4 SITZ, ILEANA ................................. 54 Red Cross Service Officer 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Les Poupees Parfaites 4, Student Employment Exchange 4 SKINNER, DIANE .............................. 54 Pep Squad 3, El Cervantes 3, Rifle Club 3, Tennis Club 3 SLOAN, JIM .................................. 54 SMALLEY, MAX . . . . . 54 SMITH, BILL . . . . . . 54 Hi-Y 3, 4 SMITH, DAVE ................................. 54 Football Squad 2, Tennis 4, Rifle Club 2, Swing Band 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Boys' Social Hour 4, Council 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Home- Room Representative 4, Tennis Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Forum 2: Pep SQUGCI 2, 3: Music Appreciation 3, 4: Bi-Chem- Phy 4, Newcomers 4, Hi- Y 4 SMITH, EDNA ..... .. 54 SMITH, HARVEY . .. . . 54 SMITH, JUDY .... .. 54 SMITH, KENNETH .. . SMITH, MELVIN . . 54 SMITH, THOMAS Z. . . . . . 54 SNOOK, RICHARD ...... .. 54 SOMMERMEYER, WESLEY . . . Rifle Club 3 I SORENSEN, LEWIS ..... .. 54 SOUTHALL, WILLIE ............................. SPARKS, JAMIE ............................... 54 Pep Squad 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 4, Ski Club 3, 4 lSec- retary 41, Music Appreciation 2, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4 SPEARMAN, EMILIE ............................ 54 Allegretto Club 3 SPURLOCK, BARBARA .......................... 54 Pep Squad 2, 3, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4 iSecretary 41, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Fencing Club 3, 4, Writers' Club 3, Future Nurses 3 lSecretary 31 STEAD, NAOMI ................................ 54 National Honor Service Society 4, Girls' League 4, Fu- ture Nurses' Club 3, 4, lPresident 41 STEELE, EARL .................................. 54 STEEN, LA VERNE 3 ............... . . . 54 Pirouettes 3, Swimming Club 3 STEFAN, ROSS ................................ 54 Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Art Staff 2, 3, 4, Quarterly Art Editor 4, National Art Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Dance Committee 4, Junior Guard 3, Hi-Y 4, Allied Youth 4, Music Appreciation 4, Spanish Club 4, German 4 STEIN, DICK ........ ..... . . 54 STERRETT, JUDITH . . . . 54 STEVENSON, IRMA ............................. 54 STEWART, JANICE ............................. 54 Allegro Club 4, Allegretto Club 3, Badger Balladeers 4, Allied Youth 3, Girls' League 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 3 STEWART, JOHN ......................... . . 54 Wrestling 4, Hi-Y 4 STIGERS, BILL ............. . . 54 Model Airplane Club 2, 3 STOCK, VAUGHN ......... . . 54 STOCKBRIDGE, NANCY .... .. 54 STOCKDALE, LYNNE ............................ 54 STOCKDALE, PHIL .............................. 54 Band 2, 3, Wind Ensemble 2, Ping Pong 3, Fencing 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Orchestra 3, 4 STODDARD, DORIVAN .......................... STOKES, JIM ...................... .. 54 STONE, EDWIN ....................... .. 54 Intramural Basketball 3, Rifle Club 3 STONE, FAITH ................................. 54 G.S.L. 4, Allegro Club 3, Badger Balladeers 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 4, Bowling Club 4 STONE, JOSEPH ............................... STONEHOUSE, BOB ............................ STRAUS, MARGIE .............................. 54 Tucsonian Staffs 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Swing Band 4, String Ensemble 4, Pirouettes 4, Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Girls' League 4, Les Poupees Parfaites 4 STRAUSS, ANNE LOUISE ......................... 54 STREITER, SHELDON .... .. 54 STROMEI, THERESA . . . . . 54 L -vp. .,-. -.v STRUCKSBERG, ALLEN ........................... 54 Junior Red Cross 3, Home Room Representative 4, Hi- Y 3, 4 STUEHM, BETTY ............................... 54 Swimming Club 2, F.B.L.A. 3 STUMP, ROBERT ............. . . 55 SULLIVAN, JIM ...................... ....... 5 5 SUPOWIT, YVONNE ............................ 55 Pep Squad 2, 3, Ping Pong Club 2, Chronicle Advertis- ing Staff 3, Tucsonian Subscription Staff 4, Quarterly Subscription 3, 4, Pirouettes 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Council 4, Tuc-Hi 2, Girls' Social Hour 3, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Student Employment Exchange 3 SUOPE, PALMER ............................... 55 SURDAN, MARIE ............................... 55 Pep Squad 2, Allegro Club 3, Allegretto 2, Badger Bal- ladeers 3, Twirlers 2, 3, 4 CHead Maiorette 41, Pirouettes 4, Girls' League 4, Future Nurses' Club 3, Les Poupees Parfaites 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Student Employment Exchange 4 SUTTON, BARBARA ............................ 55 Sophomore Tennis Ladder 2, Cheerleader 3, 4 IHead Cheerleader 41, Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Advertising Staff 2, Quarterly Subscription Staff 2, Plays: "Ghost Story" 3, "Far Off Hills" 3, "lmaginary lnvalid" '4, Na- tional Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Council 3, Girls' League 2, 3, Council 4, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Senior Office 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3 SWAIM, DONALD .............................. 55 Newcomers 4 SWAIN, DOUG ..... . . 55 SWANICK, JAMES . . . . . 55 SWEETMAN, CHRIS ............................ 55 SWOPE, PALMER ............................... Band 2, 3, 4, Lyre's Club 4, Wind Ensemble 4, Hi-Y 4, Allied Youth 4, Music Appreciation 4, Spanish Club 4, German Club 4 SYDOW, GLENN ....................... ...... TANNER, BILL .................... .. 55 Cub Football 2, Bowling Club 3 TARVER, ERWIN ............................... 55 Quarterly Production 2, 3, 4, Franklin Printing Club 2, Future Craftsmen of America 2, Junior Guard 3 TAYLOR, JOAN ............................... 55 Pep Squad 2, Table Tennis Club 3, F.H.A. 4, Les Poupees Parfaites 4, Rhythm 2 TAYLOR, MARY ................................ 55 G.A.A. 3, Girls' League 2, Junior Red Cross 3 TELLEZ, RAUL ............................. . TERRAZAS, YSABEL ............................ 55 TERRY, STEVE ................................. 55 Rifle Club 4, Stamp Club 2, 3, 4, Bi-Chem-Phy 3, 4, Ger- man Club 3, 4, French Club 2, Latin Forum 2, Badmin- ton Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Dance Com- mittee 4, Chess Club 4 IHOMAS, JOANNE ............................. 55 THOMPSON, MAMIE LOU ........................ 55 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 Nice-President 41, G.S.L. 3, 4, Girls' "T" Club 3, 4 Nice-President 41, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Pep Squad 3, 4, Intramural Sports Board 3, Tucsonian Subscription 3, Quarterly Subscription Staff 4, National Honor Service Society 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Girls' League 3, Council 3, Dance Committee 2, Junior Guard 3, Umpires' Club 3, P.E. Maiotrs' Club 4 THOMPSON, MARY BETH ................. ...... 5 5 THORNBURG, DAVID ........................... 55 Boys' Cheerleader 45 Pep Squad 25 Intramural Football 35 Intramural Track 45 Junior Guard 35 Home Room Representative 45 Hi-Y 45 Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4 THURMAN, DON .............................. 55 Bowling 35 Future Nurses' Club 3, 4 TIETELBAUM, REVA ............... . . 55 Tucsonian Circulation 4 l'IMlAN, BEN ................................. l'IPTON, CLARENCE ............................ Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Quarterly 25 National Art Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 4 IOBIAS, JOAN ................................ 55 Orchestra 25 German Club 25 French Club 45 Les Poupee Parfaites 45 Golf Club 4 IORNQUIST, BOB .............................. 55 Cubs' Football 25 Cubs' Baseball 25 Intramural Football 2 TORRES, EDDIE ................................ l'ORREY, CLARENCE ............................ IOTTEN, GENE ...... ........................ l'RlLLO, CIPRIANO ............................. 56 Football Squad 2, 35 Intramural Softball 25 Volleyball 35 Tucsonian Circulation Staff 3, 45 Boys' Social Hour 45 Junior Council 35 Senior Cabinet 45 Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Boys' State 3 l'UMBLIN, BILLY .................. .. 56 Future Craftsmen of America 4 TURNER, FAYE ................................ 56 Quarterly Writing Staff 45 National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Writers' Club 35 El Club Cervantes 3, 4 lVice- Presiclent 45 l'URPEN, JACK ...........................,.... 56 JNDERWOOD, JODY ........................... 56 Pep Squad 2, 35 Chronicle Writing 2, 45 Tucsonian Pro- duction 25 Tucsonian Art 45 Tucsonian Assistant Produc- tion 35 Terpsichorus 45 Girls' League 2, 35 Girls' Social Hour 35 Junior Class Secretary 35 Sophomore Council 25 Dance Committees 2, 35 Senior Class Councilman 45 Junior Guard 35 Ski Club 35 Boots and Saddle 2, 35 National Honor Society 45 Rodeo Queen 4 JPPMAH, BARBARA ................... JRIAS, FRANK ...... IALDEZ, DICK ..... IALDEZ, JAIME .... IALDOVIN, ROY ....................... . lALENZUELA, DELIA ....................... . . 56 National Honor Service Society 35 F.B.L.A. 3 IALENZUELA, TERRY ...................... . . 56 IALLES, IRENE ...... .. 56 VAN CLEVE, PETER . . . . . 56 Rifle Club 4 VANOVER, SUSAN ............................. 56 VAN WORMER, BARBARA ....................... 56 Pep Squad 25 National Honor Society 45 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 45 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Tuc-Hi 3 'EGA, ESTHER ................................ 56 Quarterly Production 35 Junior Flag Bearer 3 IEITH, JANICE ................................ 56 Quarterly Writing 3, 45 National Honor Service Society 45 National Honor Society 45 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Writers' Club 3, 45 Allied Youth 4 lTreasurer 455 F.T.A. 45 Newcomers 45 Les Poupees Parfaites 45 F.B.L.A. 3 'ERCELES, CAROL .............................. 56 Orchestra 45 String Ensemble 45 Girls' League 45 Bi-Chem- Phy 25 Star Gazers 25 Rifle Club 2 'ILLEGAS, JOE ................... WADDLE, JOHN ............................... 56 Football Squad 2, 3, 45 Track Squad 25 Letterman's Club 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Boys' Social Hour 45 Senior Class Councilman 45 Dance Committee 35 Hi-Y 35 Boys' State 3 WAKELIN, FRED ............................... WALKER, ELEANOR ............................ 56 Pep Squad 2, 35 Chronicle Writing 25 Tucsonian Adver- tising 25 Tucsonian Typing 45 Terpsichorus 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 45 Girls' League 2, 3, 4 Nice-President 3, Executive Com- mittee 455 Dance Committees 2, 3, 45 Tuc-Hi 2, 35 Girls' State 35 Zonta Girl 45 Badger Behavior Book Revisal Com- mittee 4 WALKER, EVELYN .............................. 56 Pep Squad 2, 35 Chronicle Writing Staff 25 Tucsonian Ad- vertising 25 Tucsonian Subscription Staff 45 Terpsichorus 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 National Honor Ser- vice Society 2, 3, 45 Girls' League 2, 3, 4 lExecutive Com- mittee 455 Girls' State 35 Dance Committees 2, 3, 45 Girls' Social Hour 2, 3, 45 Tuc-Hi 2, 35 Zonta Girl 4 WALKER, PAULA .............................. 56 Intramural Basketball 25 Chronicle Circulation 4 WALKER, RONALD ............................. 56 WALLACE, KIM ................................ 56 WALSH, KAY .................................. 56 Pep Squad 35 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Skating Club 25 Bowling Club 35 Tuc-Hi 45 Home Room Representative 4 WALTERS, JIMM ............................... WALTON, ROBERT . .. WARD, DELORES .... WARREN, BOB ........ WARRIOR, MARTHA ........ . . WASSELL, AUDREY ........... . . . 56 Boots and Saddles Club 2, 3 WATSON, JERRY .............................. 56 Student Employment Exchange 35 Orchestra 4 fSecre- tary 45 WAY, ROGER .................... ' ............. 57 Square Dancing Club 45 National Honor Service Society 4 WEBBER, JOHN ............................... 57 Band 45 Lyre's Club 4 WELCH, BILL .................................. 57 WELCH, MARY KAY ............................ 57 Pep Squad 2, 35 Tucsonian Production Staff 25 Quarter- ly Subscription Staff 25 National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Terpsichorus 45 National Honor Service Society 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 25 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Dance Com- mittees 2, 3, 45 Junior Guard 35 Sunshine Modeling Club 2, 35 Tuc-Hi 2, 35 Ski Club 25 Girls' Social Hour 45 Plays: "Soldadera" 4 WELCH, RICHARD ...... WELLS, GARTH .......... . . WELSHENBAUGH, JANET ........................ 57 Tucsonian Staffs 45 Allegro Club 3, 45 Allegre-tto 25 Badg- er Ballade-ers 3, 45 Junior Guard 35 Bowling Club 3 WESTMORELAN D, SCOTT ....................... 57 Basketball Squad 2, 3, 45 Letterman's Club 45 Pep Squad 2, 35 Intramural Basketball 35 Tucsonian Writing 2, 35 Plays: "lmaginary lnvalid"5 Junior Guard 35 Junior Red Cross 2, 35 Boys' Social Hour 3, 45 Junior Council 35 Sen- ior Council 45 Dance Committees 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Class Councilman 25 Junior Class Councilman 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 Mixer Committee 3, 45 Carnival Committee 3, 4 WHEELER, TERRY .............................. 57 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Council 2, Hi- Y 3, 4, Tumbling 4 WHETHERBULT, BEN . . I ....,................. . 57 WHITAKER, GAIL .... -L 4 ........................ 57 Pep Squad 3, Tucsonian Activities Editor 4, Allegretto Club 4, Pirouettes 4, National Honor Society-4, Junior Red Cross 4, Girls' League 3, 4, Newcomers 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Les Poupee Parfaites 4 U WHITEHORN, MARJELEN OLITA ................... WHITEHORN, WALTER ........................ . 57 Chronicle Advertising 4,,QuarterIy Subscription 4, Na- tional Honor Service Society 4, Junior Red Cross 4, Music Appreciation Club 4 WIEDEN, BILLIE JEAN ............. . ............. 57 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3 WIER, ELOISE ........ ... . . .I ..... .... .. 57 WILEMON, JACK ............. ......... .. 57 Future Craftsmen of America 3, Hi-Y 3, 4 WILEY, JIM ........... ......... L .. . . WILFORD, EARL . . I I . . 57 WILLE, HERMAN ............................... WILLETT, PATSY ............................... 57 Pep Squad 2, Intramural Basketball 2, Quarterly Writ- ing 4, Allegro Club 3, 4, Allegretto Club 2, Badgers Bal- ladeers 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Fu- ture Nurses' Club 4 WILLITS, MARILYN ............................. WILLIAMS, JOYCE ............................. 57 Pep Squad 2, 3, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Les Poupees Parfaites 4 Nice-President 41, Dance Com- mittee 3, 4, Girls' League 4 WILLIAMS, LINDA .............................. 57 Pirouettes 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Girls' League 4, Tuc-Hi 2, Writers' Club 3 WILLIAMS, MARGARET ............. .... . . WILLIAMS, PETE ......... . . . . . 57 WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY ............................ 57 WILLIAMS, VIRGINIA .......................... 57 Pep Squad 3, Allegretto Club 3, Plays, "The Ghost Story", "lmaginary lnvalid", National Honor Service Society 4, Girls' League 2 WILLINGHAM, ART ............................ WILMOTH, PAT ................................ 57 Tennis 2, Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Staffs 2, 4, Quar- terly Writing 2, 4, Allegretto Club 2, National Thesp-ian Society 3, 4, Plays: "The Ghost' Story", "The Far Off Hills", "The Imaginary Invalid", Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Dance Committees 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Riding Club 2, Fencing Club 2, Tuc-Hi 4 WILSON, DEAN ................................ 58 WILSON, JOANNE ............................. 58 G.A.A. 3, Pep Squad 3, Tucsonian Writing 4, Quar- terly Art Staff 4, National Art Honor Society 3, 4 QSec- retary 3, President 41, Terpsichorus 3, 4 IVice-Presi- dent 41, National Honor Service Society 3, Girls' League 3, 4, Junior Council 3, Girls' Social Hour 4, Dance Com- mittee 3, Junior Guard 3, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, Boots and Saddle 3, Les Poupees Parfaites 4 WILSON, MIRIAM .............................. 58 Orchestra 4, Newcomers 4, Tennis Club 4 WILSON, NANCY .............................. 58 Song Leader 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Sports Writer 3, Tucsonian Writing Staff Head 4, Swing Band 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Tuc- Hi 2, 3 WILSON, NAPOLEON ......... ........... .... 5 8 WINBUSH, LEONA .. 58 WINTERS, DICK ..... ......... ........... . WISEMAN, JANELLE ........................... 58 Chronicle Staff 4, Quarterly Writing Staff 4, Pirouettes 3, 4, Plays, "No Smoking" 3, Gesundheiters 3, 4, Les Poupees Parfaites 4, Golf Club 4 WITT, EDITH ................... . WITT, MONTE ....................... ....... 5 8 WITTWER, JANE .............................. 57 Pep Squad 2, 3, Allegro Club 3, 4, Allegretto Club 2, Badger Balladeers 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Na- Itional Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4 IExecutive Commit- tee 41, Girls' League 2, 3, Tuc-Hi 2, Girls' Social Hour 3, 4, F.T.A. 4 QLibrarian 41 , WOHLGEMUTH, STUART ........................ Tennis 2, 3, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Chronicle Editorial Board 4, Chronicle Staffs 3, National Honor Society 4, Senior Council 4, Dance Committee 3, Racqueteers 2, German Club 3, THS News Bureau 3 WOLFF, ROBERT ............................... WOMACK, MARY ELLEN ........................ 58 WONG, LOUISE ............................... 58 Allegretto Club 2, Allegro 3, 4, Badger Balladeers 3, 4, Terpsichorus 3, 4 IPresident 41, National Honor Society 3, 4 ISecretary 41, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4 IExecutive Committee 41, Girls' League 2, 3, Junior Guard 3, F.T.A. 4 lSecretary 41 WOOD, DONALD .............. . WOODRUFF, PATRICIA ..................... .... 5 8 WOODS, CHARLES ............................. 58 Football Squad 2, 3, Track Squad 3, Letterman's Club 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Model Airplane Club 2, T.C.Y.F. 2 WYLIE, HAROLD ............................... 58 National Honor Society 3, 4, Boys' Social Hour 4, Junior Guard 3, Latin Forum 2, 3, Bi-Chem-Phy 4, Star Gazers 4, Geshundheiters 4, Science Fiction 4 YARYAN, JOHN ............................... 58 Football Squad 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4 YOHE, GLORIA ................................ 58 National Honor Society 4, Terpsichorus 3, 4, Sunshine Modeling Club 3, 4, Badger Balladeers 3, 4, Girls' Quar- tet 3, 4, Double Mixed Quartet 3, 4, Allegretto Club 2, Allegro 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 4, Pirouettes 2, Rodeo Queen Attendant 4 YOUNG, ANDY ............ .. . . YOUNG, BARBARA . . . , , 58 Band 4 YOUNG, GEORGE .............................. YOUNG, GORDON ............................. 58 Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, Intramural Football 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, Senior Council 4, Senior Office 4, Hi-Y 4 YOUNG, MARY ANN ........................... Tucsonian Advertising 3, Allegro 3, 4, Allegretto 2, Badger Balladeers 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, JuniorARed Cross 3, Girls' League 2, 3, Junior Council 3, Newcomers 3, 4 YOUNG, PAULINE ............................. 58 National Honor Society 4, F.B.L.A. 4 ZEIGLER, PEARLINE ............................ 58 Allegro 3, 4, Badger Balladeers 3, 4, Tumbling 2, Pi- rouettes 2, 3, Senior Council 4, Terpsichorus 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, Allegretto 3, Intramural Bas- ketball 2 ZETZEL, SANDRA... ' Y R -5 -, s ifrw 3 A I M lfv f -- ' , l Q- - -, F A k i. V ff l - -,145 -- Q- Z: -1 f f - . ., J "ff" 'D"M Wwuvu oJ2.2, -621.11 u:Q-u.a:Q.u.f- ,ff , , ' , Q- r, W Q ' 8 fzjfefwwt r'-fwlff 1 WWW - wax ,www MSM. 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The past of the '53 TUCSONIAN has been built in part by Buehman's Studio who took class portraits and division page pictures, by-Graphic Krts for activity pictures and candidsg by Sedle Hopkins Photographers for the pictures on pages 167, 168, l8h, and 21 3 by Sanders Studios for the portraits of the Rodeo Queen and her attendents on pages 215 and 2155 by Sam Levitz Studio on page 625 and by Newsfpto Publishing Company for the printing and publishing of our book. Mr. Goldstein has certain y been a very definite determining factor in this production, as was Mr. Treganowan, Miss Shelly, Mrs. Murray, and'1ast, but certainly not least, Mr. Tolson. The staff has been wonderful, too, especially Karen Lott and Nancy Jo Wilson, who were always on hand whenever there was work to be done. D 4 Yes, there have been many who have helped to determine this book... each one of you. 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