Tucson High School - Tucsonian Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

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The exciting and sometimes heartbreaking sports events, the enjoyable moments you spent with your sweetheart at the schools social functions, and the fun you hall with your classmates during and after class, are among the many things you will recall. So turn the page and let's go along as- DUDLEY DUDE VISITS TUCSON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOI.. TABLE of C0 TENT Administration ....v,., Classes ..... Sports .....,. fkctivities .... Student Idfe ..,.. Advertising ..v,,.. Senior Index oooi. page 12 page 28 pag0118 paQe158 page222 page258 page282 M V -4" w 'N 'tr- 0 N. Q f 5 wm,M f 4 'N H., 1, 3. "ff A 4 5 " buf fm, .ML , .,..,.. , 1.35 i S 'WL K 1 1 , im r ! 'N hifi ' l " fax I. wp 1 :,. ix- P' O, in . f 4 .. , 4 5 'L f'ff,.. , 1 '1 X .Qu . Q 40" .Q A Qs? M'iQ saws I? '- -. 1-M. ' . ' .K tt X is 12' S4 1'l' -1 ,...... L. . X N xrfmvm M A k Q1 ss. 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R 1 X ' 'IQ A ,QNIXF ,'.' , .- x N- - . .b xx' IIX X '14, :xxx I ,, Q.,"'1 M15-.N I' ' J I ',.I " -'Uh ,- ,."f' Xgn xm W., .- 'ul- , 1. -, f U, QA.. 36,5 wh.-. r,-1-. an "'1'I' .xr .'x'1V "" J .ss I 4 - ',1 J 'I 'I' U 6 .51- ,33 1-A AU mn' ew., 'v .1 --. 4' v u 11,4 9.11 "M . V, .MQ MN WJ .7, ,pil ,'.,l" ,Y 1 ,J . mf. u' P 7 ,. ,. f Q W4 5. ANDY TOLSON, Principal Our principal, Andy Tolson, graduated from the University of Arizona in 1926 with A. B. and M. A. degrees. He immediately began teaching at THS and did so until 1932, when he became Dean of Boys. His next step was as Assistant Principal, in 1942, then Principal in 1950. Aside from his teaching responsibilities, Mr. Tolson found time to coach baseball for 15 years during which 7 champion- ships were won, and to coach football for 6 years. Our principal was born in Teicas, schooled in Globe, and is now residing in Tucson with Mrs. Tolson who is also a graduate of the University of Arizona. Our first Vice-principal, Mr. Gridley, received his A. B. degree from the University of Wisconsin and his Master's from the Uni- versity of Arizona previous to his teaching in THS. First in his career of teaching was History, Civics, American History, and Economics along with assistant coach of basketball. He became Assistant Principal in 1948. Aside from his duties as first Vice-principal, Mr. Gridley has charge of the Athletic Department and of the vocational building. AT THE E L ss' 46. ,A A . 17 is . tt. ix 5 5 if , , f K J t ,L rf . . . 3 it -1 X- ff: ' ' sv, .S ' 5 if fl w e st Q- ., rg. . ,,,, ,..., ........ Yi is -- ,, 1 4 is ft- .. 1 .W .iri as ROLLIN T. GRIDLEY Vice-Principal Coumelorx-Row 1: Miriam Geyer, Mary Balch, Martha Whitaker. Row 2: Frances Smith, Laura Gale, Helen Nau. Row 3: Curtis Anderson, Gordon Logan, Paul Koch, Herman Klenck. .. MISS CALANTHE BRAZELTON ELBERT BROOKS Dean of Girl: Dean of Boy: PAULINE YOUNG, RUTH TROUTMAN SCHOOL BOARD. Row I.' Oliver Drachman. Dr. D. L. Secrist. Rob Secremrier ert Salvatierra. Row 2: Robert Morrow, C. A. Carson. ATTENDANCE OFFICE: Marion Rider, Myrtle Preusser, Adelaide Feldkamp. Although checking absences, legal or not, keeping attendance office always seem to have time to lend the daily attendance lists, and making up detention a helping hand, whether it be in the form of an hall classes might keep most people busy, those in the aspirin or a friendly bit of advice. NURSE'S OFFICE CI. to Rb: Mrs. Ada R. Metz R.N., Dr. Don McLeod, Mrs. Leona Korttila RN. ELIZABETH CHILSON Registrar BOOKSTORE STAFF: KL-R2 Mr. Summers, Mmes. Sanches, Broyles, Frerking, Miss Lopez, Mr. Tellez. A hop, skip, and a jump from the attendance office many other duties which include handling locks and is the bookstore, one of the busiest places on the THS lockers, and selling paper, pencils, and tools needed campus. Besides selling books, the bookstore has in vocational courses. ,IANITORS KL-R1 Row I.' Ruiz, Reisgo, Mrs. Cowser, Mrs. Stevenson, Romero, Gallego. Row 2.' Leon, Verduzco, Gas- tellum, Armijo, Rodriguez. Row 3 Montano, Escarega, Mejia, Ramirez, Pina, Kendi' ' William Holt and A. C. Downs Maintenance William Saxton Policeman ,. .. CAFETERIA STAFF KL-R? Row I.' Mmes. jenkins, Lundquist, Archbolcl, Gibbons, Gyle, Morton. Row 2.' Mr. Canez, Mmes. Giorgianni, Daugherty, Sutton, Ellis, Sulli- van, Walker. Row 3: Mr. Teal, Mmes. Hart, Myers, Rottmann, Kelly, laccino, Michael, Tegart. Row 4: Mmes. Lee, Bohardt, West, Ankenbauer, Paris, Beisel, Di Lorenzo, Clark. 17 I EVENING All LT EDUCATIO LOUIS BAZZETTA Director Lip reading, plumbing, welding, bricklaying? These are only four of the various courses offered at the Adult Evening School. Under the direction of Louis J. Bazzetta, approxi- mately 800 townspeople are taking advantage of these courses. Classes meet twice a week and cover a full semes- ter's work in only 72 hours. Through Adult Evening School, one has the oppor- tunity to increase his knowledge in almost any sub- ject with one great compensation-no detention! ' VIOLA JENSEN Registrar ij, i Q F ' V My fi i -e.. ,", Q sf . 5 ggfffk - ,efiiffggi ' 'Tail i5ii'.'i'?i Zif f I. I 'E -',i. f i 'L L L' ' .V 1 ' l 1ii,WM1r9lSil' 3':.' , : i -... ,. 5, . ep W f f ffi i if to Q . s o ttty ' Ee ' , ROGENE GANOUNG CLAIRE MCILLHENNY, LINA HOLLOWAY 'CHESTERI SHEAEFER . Coordinator of Industrial Arts Secretaries Coordzmztor of Dzstrzbutwe Education ein PA ,an W., x 1' fi! NNN X. 19 ,. -- .uv "-' W mf' ,FM- Q .-f. I W P-,,. A A,,,, i ,gs ,,.. " " ' , L.L r Q ' Curtis Phyllis Anderson Angel f Louise Glenwood Brown Broyles Ace Jeanne Flake Salzer Miriam Leona Geyer Hilles Muiifney Niififne E Glil ll NC ix x will 20 Evelyn Overpeck MARJORIE ROBINSON Department Head Uarda Alice Phelan Perkins Jack Florence Dorothy ' Peterson Reynolds Putz 4 X r E X . X r X ix S, e rn - - X S Vincente Florence Herb Alice A Ernest Acosra Brazelton -Burrows Butts Mariscal FUREIG LA GUAGE Mary Erma Balch Fisher Maude Helen Miller Nau Mary Eva Martha Orr Royce Whiraker IDA CELAYA nag Department Head My 'ul' SOClAL CIE CE Lawrence Nona Hyink Korfhaile r-.. i A 5 rl'lc I W. D. Louis Wm, A, Ribeln Farber Duffen 21 Ralph Donald Futrell Hoyt John Willene Kyle Neelv MATHEMATICS PAUL CARMONY Department Head COMMERClAL 22 Mabel Laura Higgs Gale Lois RAY WEBB Seamancls Deparlmenl Head Archie Si Charlotte Anglen Ganem Hopper Henry Hugo John Ruth Hovanasian Klann O'Neill Peterson Ruth Charlotte T. D. Alfred Pinkston Proper Romero Zamm ir Mary Eva Beath Culley Music A D nnlmmcs . :Q if :,::: 35 A "" ,-,i .Af ., ' :"Q Q? Q A . . R. D. Walker ART Paul Madge Lloyd Grimes Utterback Roberts 1 , " P P G ' ' f 4 I i 2.1, U Gale . . PN Bell Buehman Clarence Charles Edward Carpenter Davis Kuhn Gordon Ken Glen Morphew Pearson A Rothroclc PAUL KOCH Department Head SCIENCES Opal Leone Sally Miriam Frances Bane Crosby Henry McKee Jones s Nanoy Norris Helen Willis srl al: Ex? .. kb. . fl gill! g H Fay E I . i., Joyce Sprinkle KATHRYN YOUNG Department Head PHYSICAL EDUCATIU B. C. DOOLEN Lee John Department Head Carey Barringer W W f ---- -, 1 QQ : - L o'1e oyyi W W - 7 olfy i fya' W , - ' e lnoyo nnyo V- il ,-.,- .ri' W ' ' Jason Hanley W. W. James Greer Slagle Westervelt White Otis Chidester E S t Q! S ,F Harry Robert R. I.. Goldstein Barclay Dawson .. e ',orQ :Q r.rr G. D. H. A. Hunt Klenck Merle Denning Q 1--0 W X :ga ai Milton Mallis D- D- SHADLEY Wilmer Samuel J. Departmeni Head Martin Shel-H11 i 7 Q I Margaret Gordon Booher Logan X ' T x ' tif ki ul QR R. C. John Esthe. Gertrude Xenia William Kline Schenk Schreurs Scuclcler Haushalter Sanclin 25 BUT IT DOESN'T HURT THERE. LOOKS GOOD AAAAAHH-THIS IS THE LIFE. If 5 Lfymff Lf 'flf GOSH! WHAT A MESS! ! ! 26 THAT'S ODD! ! JUST ANOTHER DAY! DITCHING AGAIN? PERMANENT INK MAYBE?? WHAT A CONTRAPTION! HMMMM-LOOKS INTERESTING. o 1 Q 1 ggia-sayixfr..-...1 " c- -,.-5 are 1,-, 5 ., - r E ' VN YF?-fs-'ifiiff 2 3, s t ., : 9 .V as if -. K ff Q lfivlfv zt Yi?--.1 . 5.2 S f 'f t ' K- ' Lil "t?.szgH-,'f.., ,,.Q-tiara 's"s,e?s .. ,. . . ifis5f:ssif5??2fj.iariggiggafggA 'li-1. ff .ff ,X f fgfg. - - r- -H 2: ta.r3rff1safs,fri sf, - 2. -, -' as 1 1 1 -s L . g.-eg ' i 5 tfS'Y?2ftE5'-.we-5452'Q-'1f!fi'-'Q.. f - - 1 ' . Lp 5i'5i?2.i?fEI' XE!! 1'1.ff55'!5fii' I . E . ' . i ' - .5 5 ' K - .f ' r . , 1: . . "if K , f ' - 5 ri?'VY-fl5l!sf'svZf1.-. " : f K-1g:f'f'z52r,.,y . . - V 4 s S K gi -2' is is ! f M if 2 et-rf M c . 5 it .Q t this si l .Q ig s P? My Q 2 5 ir Q S Kr Hn 5 M h""- i xitir K ref-X ig 1 ff lf? if-A 3.- . 2- . K sr sl! gratis W4 - E can 7 .ff K r, gn' A ar -" 'PN' EW! sw . if -TQ ' ' :fill in X. sn . P i-gat., , X .gyggir-i ,, ' . f.,,' - -t 5 .us g . tr 5 , an ' ,gg v-.pt 1-'gm' ' is sf' . ' -qi. ,yr .g sr .. Ag . fvfw Y .VW . Keith lvlardis Lillie Lee Kathy Johnson President Vice-President Secretary EIO Climb aboard the unlimited express, Seniors, for a tour of your Senior Year. All Aboard! We're off! First stop the University of Arizona. Tours, a barbeque, a dance, the crowning of the Senior Queen, and, of course, the game highlighted the "REAL GONEU day. Right then and there the 5000 Seniors attending from all over the state de- cided that the University of Arizona was the place for them. All Aboard! Hurry, please! Next stop the "Isle of Paradise." MOH December l2th. the big moment arrived. All disembarked and made their way to the "Shack," 'where they danced all evening to the strains of "-Hawaiian Paradise" under the watchful eye of the three monkeys who just stole the show. R All Aboard. again! Next stop is the "Great White Way" where the hidden talents of the Class of '54 were displayed for four "Frantic" nights to the un- suspecting public. "Follies of '54 Great Success" head- line the papers the next day. Hurry now! This vear is speeding swiftly along! Next stop-"Ditch Day." One fine spring dav, the halls of T. H. S. were strangely quiet. The Seniors were out on the town having one really fine time leaving T. H. S. to enjoy the rare peace. Hey! Fun! You'll miss the final and most important stop of the year if you don't hurry. Baccalaureate and Commencement, last stop. This is the end of the line, the greatest moment of your high school career. sv ix K. ykk. Q r hw ., 5 X 3:55 LW :X A A X -he . 1 ,qigfzm " .' ' ' 1 - IFJ' ' 2 ...fer -is - 11-Marsha "-- ,-'iiiyriaizzxgy r H r-f iX1sliiz'iLQ.1?:i3 rss sr.: sr. 1 . . wwfsfr- sm -Qfrmtf:-5 . 1 E:fig":e5- st L i'uES1f.1-1-life . miriam. T. D. Romero " Adwxor P' 'E gg, Q . Senior Cabinet KL-R? Rau' I: Tench, Vance, Devine, Rakich, Weinzapfel, McCray, litlel, Edwards Bonecutter, Boyd. Roll' 2.' Turner, Esch, Alexander, Carroll, Membrilla, Robinson, Zahn. Ruiz' ,5 Wilson, Pettijohn, Lupo, Mordka, Bateman, Wanslee. It's hard to believe, but yes it's true our Senior Year is really ended. We must bid adieu to T. H. S. Let's give thanks to our chief engineer for this exciting trip, our own "Danny" Romero, and his chief assistants, Keith Mardis, pferidcntg Lilly Lee, vice-p1'eride1zt,' and Kathy Johnson, recffetargf. B l ye I lmmm ni Boy! E A 2 F l N. Senior Council fl.-R! Razz' l."Roehler,Frampron, Swain, Sgurt, Acton, Seller, Marinack, Hazel. Rau' 2: Sligh, Perkins, MCLem0re, Mardis, Strunk, Barkdoll, Acosta, Carrocci, Moore, Rolwinson. Q Robert Allen Charlotte Alm Mary Ellen Alvarez Terry Ambacher Joan Amptman Alayne Anderson Bill Anderson David Areingdale Gregoria Armenta Marcia Arnold Ricky Aronfeld Eva Aros Sara Abram Carol Ackerman Lolita Acosra Marine Acosra Bessie Acton Dorothy Adams Robby Addison Wilhelmina Aguirre Phil Aker Ol ga Alcaraz Bill Alexander George Alexander A Alicia Arrioga Carolyn Athey Marylyn Atkinson Nancy Atkinson Tom Aubuchon Ruth Ayers Tommy Bach Manuel Baclilla Jeanne Bailes Beverly Bailey Eugene Baker janet Balentine 'K mi :HRW SCF IU? dl? 63111 jim Ball Mildred Ball Herminia Ballesteros Hal Bardach Harry Barkdoll Barbara Barnes Frances Barnes john Barnett Bobbie Barrington Russell Bartholomew jimmy Bartlett Guy Bateman Irma Benitez Sherry Bennett Helen Bergin Margaret Bergmann Bill Berman Dick Bertagna Reatha Bilke Carol Blackmore Farell Bleier Frances Blomsrer David Bodell Frances Boorsrein Carol Bates Lucia Barriaglia Marie Barraglia Chuck Battles Grace Baumer Bobby Becerril Bill Becker Barry Beiswenger Beverly Belcling Doug Bell Bill Belton lcie Bembery Hope Bond jounna Bonecurrer Bob Bonn Carmen Borbon joel Borfeld jim Bauersochs Ruthie Bowers Susan Bowles Mary Alice Boyd Ernest Boynton Par Brady Donald Bragg it x Lois Brnnrlwynne john Brerhour Chuck Brierley Bernard Briggmnn jim Brooks Lois Brown David Bryan Brian Bryans Bernice Buffington Elnorah Bugbee Bob Burke jack Burnett Don Carmichael Charlene Carmony Joyce Carney David Carrocci Chris Carroll Bill Carson Eddie Carter Claire Casaday Marguerite Casey Rosie Castaneda Richard Castellanos Albert Celaya Dorothy Burns Bruce Burr Pat Burris Edward Bush Donna Bushroe Richard Bushroe Barbara Butler Charles Butler Lavonne Bynum Danny Byrne Phil Cain Alfred Campos f Delyre Cluapuis Phyllis Chiprnan Gene Chrisrman Nancy Clifford Carol Clisrer- Doris Cobb Jim Coffey Danny Coker Judy Cole Sandra Conrad john Cooper jerry Coppola C ! Larry Cordier Alice Cordova Mary Cordova Leola Cocren Anne Crane John Craven Donna Creager Jeanette Criger Donna Crockerr Yvonne Cunningham james Currie jack Curlip Pat Davenport Earnie Davidson Bette Davis Floyd Day Ann De-Cook Kietha Deitzrnan Dick Delfosse Bob Dent Rosalie Derengowski Rea Dessart Janice Devine David DiLorenzo Conrad Carrillo Barbara Carr Lydia Cora Forst Cotton Martha Coursey Blance Covarrubias jack Cox Susan Daly Louise Darnato Durelle Danielson joe Darame Larry Dossetr t Wt 2. 'f- fy S Barbara Dillas Lionel Dimler Rodney Dingle Ted Direnfeld Joanne Ditto Eddie Doe Dale Douglas George Downs George Downs Flora Drakey Neale Duncan Elsie Dunham . D 1' Roy Duran Lela Eades Wfilliam Eccleston Ruth Eckardt Judy Edel Guy Edwards Lynne Edwards Marla Jane Eisenlord Zita Elpern Lou Enriquez Myron Eppley Sheldon Epstein Doug Field Dan Fieldman David Fields Bill Fifield Shirley Fink Bob Fishman Judy Fleming Belia Flores Carol Forshey Gail Foss Sylvia Frampton Sue Frank Carlos Escalante Lee Esch Carolyn Eshleman Bertha Facio joe Farabee Bruce Faure jim Faux Leroy Fei g Mary Felix Tony Felix Amelia Fernandez Bonnie Fetzer Pat Fremming Virginia Friesner Marilyn Frisch Marcia Frost Ed Gaines La Verne Galliouse Elda Garcia .lennie Garner james Garrett John Garrett Alfred Gastelum Bob Gates X-they Y, .S Margaret Gaut june Gavigan Judy Gawsner Helen Gee Barry Geisel Joyce Germain Phyllis Gibbs Delores Gibson Don Gilbert Leon Glenn Stella Glenn Betty Gockstetter I Carolyn Greer Gay Griffiths Warren Griggs Ima Grimm Norma Grimm Ben Gross jim Groth Olivia Guess Glenn Guild Ted Guire Dale Gumm joe Gunter Don Godare jack Golding Howard Goldwyn Dorothy Gonra Helen Goodman Becky Goodwin Soila Gracia Ronald Gransie Don Gray jean Green Mary Green Ann Greenberg , l S if "" K , K -X - 5' . Ronnie Gurvitz Terry Gustafson Jimmie Guyton Pat Hacker Pat Hackler Norma Lee Haddock Gerald Hall Ronald Hall Sara Handmaker Cecil Hanley Cyril Hanley Rose Hanley A Pat Hanon John Hanson Gordon Hopke Jaclyn Harman Carol Harris Gladys Harris Don Harrison Alyce Hartje Eddie Hartman Jeanette Hayden Mary Hayden David Hayes Patsy Hewitt Bobbi Hicks Gail Hilker Mike Hinchee Sarah Hine Nancy Holish Buster Holler Clint Hook Gary Hoover Fred Hoskins Betty Howe Willie Huckaby Martha Hazel Wayne Heckler Billie Heidelberg Clanie Hellum Bob Helsper Sharon Henderson Roger Henry Gunter Hensel jim Herndon Tom Herndon Marguerite Herre Joe Herrera Dessie Hudgins Sylvia Huerta Don Hulsey Alfred Hunter Barney Hunts Bud Inorio Gary Jackson Walter Jacobs Evelyn Jacobson Billy James Ronny Jasgur Leon Jemes Terry Jimenez Susan Jimerson Art Johnson Carlene Johnson Delores Johnson Jimmy Johnson Joe Johnson Kathy Johnson Nancy Johnson Perdetta Johnson Edward Jones Paula Jontig David Kendall Sydelle Kenigson Bob Kennedy Mary Kerns Bob Kershner Shirley Ketchum Larry Kilcullen Barbara Kimble Beverly King Maria Kissilevsky Rodger Kitchens Nova Knagge Robert L. jones Stephanie jones Keith Judson Ruth jungen Frank Kalil Carole Lee Kansky Gene Karp Clifford Kavanaugh joan Kaylor Richard Keene Nancy Keim Marty Keller A Roxie Knapp Pat Knight Eddie Knipe Wilson Knisely Paul Knoop Don Koehler Karen Kohlhoff joan Kolojay Bill Kraft Andrita Kremer Deane Kremske Sue Kreyns N David Krzyzanowski Dorothy Kurath Brenda Kurn Joy Kurzhals Donald Lander Nellieglen Lankford Bob Lans Arthur Laos Virginia Lara Henry Larson Barbara Lash Homer La Vallee Barbara Lewis Louise Lewis Sue Lewis Doug Lindsey Mike Lipscomb Frank Lobaccaro Bill Lomelino Dick Longcoy Connie Lopez johnny Lopez Manny Lopez Olga Lopez Lawson Key Dennis Lawyer james Le Cain Chuck Lee David Lee Judy Lee Paul Lee Robert Lee Robert Lee Luis A. Leon Carol Ann Leon Ronnie Leonard ard Ursula Lucas Danny Lupo Ricky Lyons Louise Macintosh Gary Mackey Judy Mahacek Alice Mahoney Ted Malchow Larry Manchester Patricia Manker Mary Manzer Keith Mardis t f Roberta Marinack Bart Marshall Don Martin Della Martinez Barbara Mathis janet Matthias Vita Matturro Eric Mayer Pat McCarthy Richard McCarthy Bob McConnell Joe McCrarren s,X jim McLaughlin Fred McLemore Muriel McMillen jane McPherson Charles Means Esther Mejia Eva Mejia Danny Membrila Sylvia Membrila Howard Menche jacob Mendoza john Merle Mary MCCray Delbert McDaniel Robert McDivitt Jeanette McDonald jim McDorman Marvin McEwan Bobby McGee George McGee Lillian McGee jack McGoffin jane McGregor Dick McHenry Louesa Merrill Dick Merritt Marlene Mertes Stanley Miller Ted Miller Bob Minish Ernestine Monge Alvaro Montano Lupe Montano Raul Montano Dortha Moon janet Mooney Dina Moore Par Moore Berry Moores Frank Morales Mike Morales Irwin Mordka Frank Moreno Steve Motr David Mount Lincoln Muelle Mona Mueller John Mulchay 1' Albert Nicholson Sue Niesz Douglas Noon Bob Nordmeyer Dick Nordmeyer Dick Norris .lean North Sylvia Nunez Marvin Nunn Kathy O'Donnell Rayma Oehlsen june O'Kelley Nancy Mulleneix Robin Muse Don Musker Bill Neifert Arlene Nelson George Nelson Allan Nemiroff Richard Neville Ruth Nevins Connie Newman Betty Newmeyer Jeff Nicholas Charles Ong Olga Otero Gloria Pacheco Tom Page Fred Pain Hazel Palmer Hubert Parizek Roseanne Parke Gene Parrill Flora Portillo Lilly Portillo Rosie Portillo I' qi john Patrick Susan Pearce john Pearse Herman Peck janet Pegram Don Pellow Bob Perkins Margaret Pesqueira jane Peters Ronnie Peters Terry Peters Roger Peterson Barbara Quinn Nell Rakich Alice Ray Vinita Read David Reading John Reddoch Patsy Redman Shirley Regeser Gerrie Renaud Cecilia Rendon Sharon Reneer Lloyd Rhodes Bob Pertijohn Clint Pierce john Piggee Genevieve Placko Bob Plese Pere Powers Larry Price Judy Pricketr Bob Prince Arlene Posrillion Charlotte Powell Larry Pugh W ei Ea 5 X53 R , rggaaw? 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' ' STI' ' Ml' Diana Rusin Don Russell Betty Rutherford Nadene Rykken Norma Salas Henry Salgado Syd Salmon Bob Salvatore Bill Sancet - Abelino Sanchez Daniel Sanchez Nellie Sanchez Cal Rollins Evelyn Romero Ruben Romero Terry Romero David Rooker Mike Rosenberger Elsie Ross Josephine Ross Shirley Ross Sydney Ross Richard Roth Ruth Roych f w t Sandy Sanders Fred Santo Edward Sawaya Louis Schaeffer Kathryn Schaller Jean Schell Bez Schimmel Suzanne Schneck Gisela Schuhmacher Thomas Schulrheis Sarah Scapellite l.arry Seal I Par Segeleon Gregory Sequin Janice Seiler George Serbin Jeannie Sercomh Marjorie Sercomb George Settlemyer Marcia Sgutr joe Shamburger jack Sharkey AI. I.. Shaver Stella Solano Jerry Sluder Doris Smith lim Smith Judy Smith Ken Smith Mary Edna Smith Wzlllace Smith joan Smotkin joy Snider Judy Snipes Francis Sohaj Elizabeth Solomon Ray Sherrod Ann Shoenhair jean Shriver Gail Shultz Suzette Simons Ronnie Simpson Arlene Singer Gerrie Sink john Sisson Shirley Sleight joe Sligh Chuck Slocum Ernest Sotomayor David Spaulding Martha Spivey Walton Spivey Roberta Sprague Lillie Mae Stanley Gordon Starr jack Staten Warren Stauffer Pat Steinko Betty Sterns Graham Stewart A Tom Sticht David Stowe Josephine Strauss Bob Strickland Gordon Strunk Nancy Stubbs Angie Suarez Armida Suarez Gilbert Suarez Earl Sutherland Andy Swain Jackie Swain Dick Thomas Lorraine Thomas Ted Thompson Gwen Tobin Bill Toland Frances Toomes Edwina Torres Harvey Torrey Robert Traficanri Juanita Trejo Daniel Tretiak Annie Trujillo Gail Sweet Grace Talano Gilbert Tanzer jerry Tardy Bill Taxerman Doris Taylor Gary Taylor Rex Taylor Sylvia Taylor Barbara Tellez Marilyn Tench Cherie Tevis Pete Trujillo Aloell Turner Gonzalo Urias Patti Urich Ken Uvodich Eddie Valdez Jaime Valdez Mary Helen Valdez Al Valenzuela Tony Valenzuela Carol Van Camp Arthur Van Coillie x Charlotte Vance Phil Vance Edward Vanover Adela Varelas Laura Vasquez Budd Vaughn Harriet Velthoven Carlos Vidal Connie Vidal Nancy Visconti Pat Wilde Robert L. Wztlker john Weaver Gary Weierman- Diana Weinzapfel Basil Wells Richard Welton janet Wentz Kathryn Wentz Mike Werstlein Shirley Westplialen Ann Wharton Eclwina White Pat Whiting Bobby Wallace Frank Walls Bob Walsh Jean Walsh Elaine Walworth Pat Wanslee Ben Ward janetta Ware Lawrence Warner Andy Warwick Dottie Watson jodean Watson Gene Wilcox Bob Williams jim Williams Paula Williams Peggy Williams Charles Wilsey Eddie Wilson Garth Wilson jim Wing John Wolf Barbara Wong T. Ed Woods .rfikriir . x lgrlslirgl 2 f 5 . CN . jean Wright Chuck WL1lff joan W5'man Sarah Ybarra Berry jean Young Charles Young Connie Young Mary Olga Yslas Ken Zahn Carmen Zamago Bob Zimmerman Leonard Zunin There's Nothing Mechanical About These Artists An Artist UD wx M K 3' K W Can't You Just Picture It? "Up in the Air Junior Birdmanu Hot Rodders Sink or Swim Oh! Oh! Woman Driver! We're Listening Teach! ff-gf. KSN! A g JUNIURS Mike Flood Prerident Dick Wong Vice Preridenl With cries of "Sophomore" naught but a hazy memory, the class of '55 returned in September, well on their way to making this year their best ever. The junior class councilmen, elected in january, eagerly pitched in to help with their annual prom in honor of the Seniors. With the able assistance of Ernest H. Mariscal, junior Class Advisor, they saw their dream of "Rhap- sody In Blue" become a reality as they transformed the cafeteria into a blue and silver ballroom featuring N.. gf Sue Cook S ecretary "Young Man With A Horn" and "Torch Song." To wind up a busy year junior Guards and Flag- bearers were elected to assist in the baccalaureate and graduation exercises. Under the capable leadership of Mike Flood, President, Dick Wong, Vice-President, and Secretary Sue Cook,they completed another successful year and looked forward to the day when they would step into the shoes of the Seniors and steer the course of THS in the coming year. Mr. Mariscal Azlviror COU Cll 'z S an Fin! Rau'-1. lo r.: Jeanne Benson. Sue Cook. jo Clark, Evelyn Hiosher, Joan Beruen. Rau' 2- Lucille Dossett, Helen Marouilis. Par MacMillan, Suzanne Levy. jill jornenson, Judy Fay. Ruth Gee. Row 3-.lim Newcomer, Dick Wons, Phil Dering, Rudy Manzo, Tyrol Carson, joe Magee. Gilbert Acosra, .J---....,,,. X we- an S Gabfest Suckers ww as as rf ,ga 'Wimb- 1 Q4 if v WW? -Ries qib-an mfr 523,33 'lvl' Vx.. 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" U U ng- R F iaa. f at Name , Y, 4 21. t a na ,aa X- JN' dw! it a, f-P at , '- '-its-'i :kmgqgk -iiiiii-lf:-T , SM ? ' 'K A 'S 5, wi :QE ,S V- 'fi :hit ,Vi . L W, f PS It at W ir' ag? ,X ,. fe ,W mga a f X i .Wax ,L K- 1 l w. Peggy Lee Stone John Stoney Beverly Stout Harriet Studebaker . t: ' Pete Sumner .'SV John SWH111 Q .,..,:' Roberta Taft s a t 1 E..-, " I - 1 K 'ZX . Lorraine Sullivan tag K 5 X 92 ? S as SHEET risen: E X v 4 a Marilyn Taggart Nancy Tague Barbara Tanner James Tarver Van Tarver Barbara Taylor Lambert Taylor Mary E. Taylor Eugene Tenney David Paul Tewes Gloria Thomas Larry Thomas Roger Thomas f fi? Tom Thomason x A Karen Thompson tkg I Macel Thompson ' m y: Stanley Tipton Alfrecla Toomes William Tower Charles Travis Frances Trejo Amando Trillo Helen Trimble Eleanor True Dan Turner Darlene Turner Hugh Tyson Kent Underwood Marcedes O. Valdenegro jim Va nderkolk Carol Van Dewark Mary Ellen Van Kirk J. Ed Van Matre Jo Ann Vaughn Virginia Velthoven Alex Vidal Garven Videen Stelio Vigileos Grace Villasenor Helen Vosskuhler Barbara Votaw Shirley Wade Charles Waggoner Jim Wagner Norman Wagner Cecily Walker john Walker Peter Wallace Julie Wallis Sue Walp William Ward Ronald Warner Shirley Warner Kathleen Warren Burton Watson Deanna Webb Dunny Webb Ted Weber james Weeks Janis Wehrman Jackie Weil Dick Weinberg Anne Weinzapfel jerry Welshenbaugh was we 'X X 2 Y 9 .. , ' + -.rc - 's.1Li:. x 4 ii- . if . 1 was " ' 'lt ew X xx, Y, if ' x .-5 Eg X r" A dim' . W X P sz V s A clk... 1 ftfggfsaffsz, 'V - we 39? ' i W 5 A2 K i 1 - vv si I Q ,. , v W , .2 wi sb 1 irq 2 ,, Q, fs eff JPUOQ , , if H 3 .1 4 V, Q , 5 QM! 2 fe ws R' i we Q I it Q 1 Q Ae x ' 'fe N 3 'gm xx X XE 1 'W A it W . isis -J V- if? Lk :Y .V . ,ya gg - , Q' 51- ,sig ' ,f --.gi 2 ff 5 N ext, Roger Welton Larry Western Carol White Clint White Louise Estella Wliite Olive Ann White John Whitling Merle Whittemore Carole Wliittliorne Bud Wiederhold Judy Wilhoite Joanne Wilkinson Pat Willey Dee Ann Williams Dave Williamson Beverly Wilson David Wilson Dodie Wilson Judy Winn Linda Winn Gail Winston Grace Margaret Wise Walter Witzens Anna May Wong Dick Wong Cora Lee Woocls Barbara Wright Enid Wylie Irving Yavelberg Gene Yeazell Jo Ann Yeazell Gary Yontef Ervin Young Joan Young Keith Young Dean Zachau Doris Zene Ethel Zukowski Margaret Armstrong Theo Barr Babs Beachy Sue Brown Herb Burton Bill Carlton Shirley Carmichael Jo Clark Walter Delahanty Tim Dickey Lydia Duarte Ronnie Erickson Pat Farrell Judy Fay Anita Floyd Lynn Freyse Annette Gilpin Gregory Hatcher Sidney Herr Leona Highhouse Lorraine Jackson Kathryn Lockett john Matthews Celia Mendoza Dale O'Brine Mary Lou Pain Bob Pate Ernestine Quihuis Anita Rich Eugene Rodza Dick Rogers Mary Alice Romero Bill Seltzer Eddie Siquerios -'N Six R 'img vi Q N gn S sstt s sl litt .mm ' l S ,i 1 2 ,Wx t- .ff SEA A TUGRAPH X 4 L Harold Smith John Snodgrass jean Staten Jeri Walters Mike Whelan Jonella Williams Gaston Molina john Stoney What Do You See? Aggressive Aren't They? Mad Chemists Ladies and Gentlemen 0PHOMORE Q . - L i by I K I - "i L,LL - mL-- .L Vrkk -, iiii Pfe-fldeflf-P2111 Chan ' V Secrelary-joan Rowe 1,311-,f pg, 1 - . 1 I ' f if '- ill f fl -li F E viii T- .'.'-' A ggy- H er A f S ,s . y I . , '5 2, gi 'f I he ff53,,,gjgfgg.qgg. A . 1 . . :ff-5g,!l,:, ,, .Hg-gi :wx K -K , i-an .. f .Jia is ' - Vice-Preyident - Dave Vance Followed at first by the traditional wise cracks and jests, the sophomores nevertheless put in a full year at their many activities. President Paul Chan called a meeting of class officers, justices, and councilmen the first part of December to make a rough outline of activities for the year. These included planning the Sophomore Hop for April 10 and taking a part in the school carnival on March 19. Sophomore councilmen were elected shortly after this meeting, and work began on the Hop around January. ' So the Class of 56-1,400 strong-is off to a good start. Let's see what they can do next year! 'N 0 ..- gg Q 'X 40 Sophomore Councilmen were elected in Decem- ber, one from every home-room having 10 or more sophomores. In January, councilmen, split up into various com- mittees for the Sophomore Hop, including publicity, decorations, programs, invitations, dues and tickets, music, and refreshments. Headed by co-chairmen, these committees under- took the tremendous task of planning the Hop. First, a theme had to be decided upon, then decorations, programs, and music plannedg dues and tickets had to be taken care of, and refreshments planned. Finally, on April 10, the fruits of all these labors were revealed, and everyone agreed that the Sopho- more Hop of '54 was well worth waiting for! l Aduiror -- Louis Farber couwcu Fin! Row: Hamacker, Leatherman, Dillion, Semnd Roux' Hannabol, Hicks, Lennerrz Gray. Third Row: Downey, Brown, Wheeler. J ie.. SOPHOMORES fmiy ,.., M mmm 'A 'N AAA. X t ' r 13 A QS t ,B y y A 'A A: K: K 'ii i Frances Gail Lgig Lavern Donald Shirley M. 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" Thomas Virginia Marcella Prife A ,Reid Sanders Delbert Strunk K 'ii: David Seng 24 'hx S- . if Albert Shal'Of1 Earl Melva Lois SWHF 1118611 Tombaugh Varnell Washington Harry Sink si . , :,1 .k:: N 'K 'vi 2 Q ,asf C John Whitthorne yffxfy 2' in Way AUTUGRAPHS 3 fbwffwjliw 04.4 WJWMJMWMH vial fg ,Aj Q E'f'QfwibMz9l'7"'JL ,ff ff? M WP MM l , miiwhdizn, iifgwgifwig ,Q 1 ,N "jj 157 WV ,W ff' f 3 Q ,, ' 4 A fffff NN L. W I fl-iS THS THS TI-IS W lfipriexted b6C2Q1SC Of 1rfel1g1b1e player S 35,86 LAR. Row I: Rice, Key, Rhodes, Alexander, Castillo, Selby, Minish, Bach, Lee fMgr.J, Morales. Row 2: Sligh fMgr.Q, Blakesley, Carrocci, Kavanaugh, Bertagna, Coppola, Briggman, Pettijohn, Helsper, Guire, Nordmeyer, O'Dowd, Shannon. Rauf 3: Salvatore, Dunn, Kranhold, Orozco, Stoney, Allen, McLain, Schimmel, McCarthey, Mansfield, Anaya, Lopez, Barnhill, Wieiierholtl Gastelum, Cesare. Row 4: Duran, Orsi, Leon, Cruz, McGuire, Flood, Crockett, Reid. Enule, Fimbres Pointing for a third straight Class A championship at the outset of the 1953 grid campaign, Tucson's Badgers developed an early case of offensive engine trouble and finally crossed the finish line with a sixth place. 5-5, won-lost mark. Arrirtantr Ken Pearson and Hank Egbert THS opened the season with Z1 quick burst of power as it spurred to wins over Bisbee and West Phoenix only to lose them both through forfeitures. Apparently disheartened at the turn of events, the Badgers lost the effectiveness in their offensive X .XM S :tw 1 A , t s c,. . N s. .,.,...... , " f K f uf s.. A Hear! Coach jason "Red" Greer x Q s. Qs Bi F1 1 ll Alexander Mike Morales punch and failed to regain it completely throughout the year. October 2, the Red and White traveled to North Phoenix where they fell to Kenny Aycock and com- pany, 14-0. The Mustangs then went on to monopo- lize the Arizona football industry with an undefeated record. A week later the Badgers journeyed to Yuma and finally broke into the official win column by nudg- ing a stubborn Criminal outfit, 7-0, on the strength of a lone tally late in the contest. Taking to the road for a third straight week, Tucson de-armored a light but eager St. Mary's Knight, 20-15, although forced to come from behind twice. Dick Nordmeyer Jerry Coppola Next on the list of "formidable foes" loomed the mighty Jackrabbits who leaped in from Mesa and went hopping back home with a 22-0 win that still recalls unpleasant memories. Following the loss to Mesa, Coach jason "Red" Greer began to shuffle his starting lineup with some success as the rebounding Badgers dumped Phoenix Union's Coyotes in the first of two encounters, 14-0. Then came the Douglas Bulldogs with high hopes of snatching a possible upset victory. However, THS had different ideas that evening, and relentlessly poured on a touchdown barrage which completely silenced the barking 'Dogs, 50-14. A week later, PU once again bowed to THS, this time by a nar- 'I22 Managerr joe Sligh and Bobby Lee v- ,- t A Trainer Tedd Bailey taping Cliff Kavanaugh l Go! ower, 15-6, margin. All of which brings us to Thanksgiving Day and the University of Arizona Stadium where the scene was set for the annual Amphitheater-THS fracas. Although Amphi entered the contest boasting an eight game win-streak, Tucson still rated a slight edge at game-time. But the narrow margin of a "toe" spelled defeat for the Badgers as Panther halfback Bob Bradford stepped into the field and calmly booted a game winning field goal with only three minutes of play remaining. As per expectations, Fullback Mike Morales and Tackle Dick Nordmeyer earned spots on the Class A All- State eleven. Morales sparked the Red and White of- fensively as he became the team's leading scorer with Award of Francis Siegle Trophy In the Clear Y' We ui :QVGA '- - . k-t-' Bob Reid Herb Selby' Charles Orsi Bob Allen Ted Guire Bob Pettiiohn Bob Minish Cliff Kavanaugh Bob Helsper eleven touchdowns, while doubling as a defensive safety man. A giant both offen- sively and on defense, Nordmeyer opened big holes for his own teammates and effectively plugged them for opposing runners. Others who contributed greatly in the regular Tucson Backfield were jerry Coppola, Ted Guire, Dick Bertagna and jim McGuire. Among the regular members of the hefty forward wall Charles Orsi, Bob Pettijohn, Bernard Briggman, Bob Allen, Bill Alexander, and Mike Flood also rate a great deal of praise for their outstanding performances. Some 20 seniors will be lost to next year's football edition due to graduation. They are: Bill Alexander, Tom Bach, Dick Bertagna, Bernie Briggman, David Corrocci, Phil Castillo, Jerry Coppola, Ted Guire, Vfillie Huckaby, Cliff Kava- naugh, Lawson Key, Bob Minish, Mike Morales, Dick Nordmeyer, Bob Pettijohn, Lloyd Rhodes, Don Rice, Bob Salvatore, Herb Selby, Bob Helsper and senior managers Joe Sligh and Robert Lee. D' k B Jim McGuire Bob Salvatore Bernie Briggman ic ertagna Coppola on the "Go" An Assist by Morales 5 S s f ww., .. , .. .. . . . ss s . 'X J s A . . Q A' N' 1 f vi qs H wvgmsssy s A , .. s X, f . kg L . , - - iid- Ai i X. , ty ,E QM Y.. ,. .. .. . ...5 A K b . m ,ms . x ". .. ' 3 x s . 'N N35-"S, I ' SQ - D - . is -X-Q, . ., i sQtg ks s 6 Ja, i Q t 1 s . Q .xl N :O ...Q Yi I A in X Q ' ' k Q- ' 4 . X ,. wx- -E I . au. , sf i - - -- - ,x ' ir D a ! K 5 " M V , A , jx f ' X' Q, . , VL Q. K Q .. V 1 Q L M a rg. : . '- .-.g ms .a- :,..:,::k,N.., s ei' M g- t-QI, as X l . as ,. """ " " - . .-fs f f iw: ::,-:i:- A ' -:a.:, ,: , ijgv,-as 5 ,M I. ' . 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The team, under coach Lou Farber, defeated all competition in sight rather decisively in establishing themselves as mythical state champions. On their schedule were such teams as Douglas, Fort Grant and Mesag Their complete victories over these teams are illus- JU l0R VAR ITY trated by the fact that the Jayvees scored 220 points to their opponents' 20. They were scored on in only two of the 6 games they played. Both of these games were against Mesa, who had defeated all the teams Phoenix had to offer and carried a large win streak into the first of the contests. Having defeated Mesa 21 to 14, in the first game, the Tucson club showed their superiority even more by coming back and drubbing Mesa 32 to 6 in the second of their encounters. Thus ended an all-victorious season for the Tucson jayvees. JayVee Squad-Row 1: Goode, Polson, Uvodich, Toland, Ball, Russell, Taylor, Hoppe, Kilmer, Aros, Alameda. Row 2: Crosby, Houston, Preston, Snead, Sutherland, Webb, Wright, Cole. Row 3: Johnson, Perkins, Martyn, Porter, Neal, Carson, Cracchiolo, Coach Farber, Moreno, Acosta, Van de Water, Murphy, Garcia, DiCampli. Missing: Buck Herring, Willy Price, Keith Young, Mgr. vm AV x N' X . ' XY, ON N' A UNK ,M wr . A N he 5 Q1 ? -uf Q xi j 1:1-X 1 ' T gy 2. . . 'Q xsf A xx :mg 9 Ri, 14 Q QM ...X , 'Z S W , Q xg 5 NN h , X 53 , g 1 N i q fy NW A Q xxmx .cum i i i L-R. Row 1: Mattingly, Goldstein, Medina, Tomko, Strunk, Markins, Smull, Bradley, Carter, Caldwell, Zimmerman, W. Roberts, Eicher, T. Moon, Metz, Valencia. Row 2: Wieden !Mgr.J, Stewart, Escoboza, Eppler, Bretthauer, Robinson, Powell, Hogg, Davis, Herron, Barringer, Hill, Segura, Owens, Yourgulez, Arce, Gurnett, Grissinger. Row 5: Carrillo Kcoafhj, Uvodich, R. Rob erts, Jennings, Sink, Booth, Hambley, Frailley, Kelley, Edmiston, Marshall, Falk, Schroder, Ester, L. Moon, Estavillo, Bonecutter, Haynes, Cheeseman, Zachau, Molinsky, Delahanty, Rickert Ccoacbj. By smashing Amphi twice and defeating Nogales games in which Sonny Valencia ran wild for the and Salpointe, the Tucson High cub football squad cubs, Casa Grande slighted the future Badgers 6-O. finished the Season with 4 Wins and 4 defeats' Bisbee was the next battlefield where Tucson sur- These sophomores, coached by Francis Rickert rendered a 7-0 defeat. After downing Salpointe 13-6, and Oscar Carrillo, lost their first encounter to the a replay with the Indian School, in which the cub Indian School Braves 13-6, but came back next game first string did not play, was taken 13-O by the oppo- to trample Nogales 19-O. Between the two Amphi nents. Coach Francis Rickert Assistant Oscar Carrillo 128 'N""""""UCf,,, ., n V 1 l , bf'QOQ'?f' ima vs.: nit. .iigvava -wig Q K :Gif VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD. Row I: johnson, Mgr., Acton, Douglas, G. Wilson, Gunter, Mitchell, Coach Doolen Row 2.' Quesada, Erickson, Mowers, Broekema, Starr, Lubbers, Nordmeyer, Glad, King. Row 3: Diesmone, Lutz, Hawk, D. Wilson, Hunter, Gilfillan, Dering, Mgr. Phoenix Tech Nogales Amphitheater North Phoenix Bisbee Nogales West Phoenix Yuma Mesa SEASON RECORD Won 18 58 40 31 47 56 45 57 27 49 Lost 73 81 57 54 72 54 61 75 59 50 Coach Bud Doolen 1 Phoenix Union Glendale Phoenix Tech Amphitheater Yuma North Phoenix Phoenix Union West Phoenix Glendale Mesa Tucson's 1955-'54 basketball squad streak- ed through an eighteen game win skein and took another pair of victories in the post- season tournament to wind up its campaign with a regular season championship and a tourny consolation award. With Coach B. C. CBudD Doolen again at the helm, THS mounted an outstanding, 20-2, won-lost record to top all Class A Teams. The Badgers went undefeated until the season finale when they dropped a heart- breaker to an upset-minded Mesa quintet. Then, in its opening game of the Class A tourney, Tucson fell to Phoenix Tech, who had already submitted twice during the reg- ular season. In their season opener the Badgers were forced into overtime before edging Tech, 59-58. Then they gathered steam and rolled past Nogales, twice, North Phoenix, Bisbee, West Phoenix and Yuma before meeting difficulty. All-Stater Mesa almost spilled THS in their first meeting but the Red and Wllite came to life in the final quarter to halt the surprising Bunnies, 55-49. As the season progressed, Tucson systematically tumbled Phoenix Union, Glendale, and Amphitheater, twice each, while Tech, Yuma, North and West fell for the second time. Witli the outset of the annual Tourney, THS was a solid favorite to take home the Class A crown. However, Techs persistent Hornets immediately dropped the Badgers into the secondary bracket. Fol- lowing their disappointment Tucson roared back to run away with the consolation award after sinking Amphi and North. jim Acton Joe Gunter Two Points It was Doolen's starting five, Garth Wfilson, joe Gunter, john Douglas, ,lim Acton and Eddie Mitchell, who comprised literally the Badgers' total striking power. Dick Nordmeyer contributed most of the re- serve strength. Wfilson, generally considered the best prep per- fornter in the state, was named to both the All State and All Tournament first team center positions. Gunter and Douglas were awarded guard and forward spots, respectively, on the All State second team. f f 3 9 .v""' 'W - ANL' 9. ' . E WY A 5 X Xl john Douglas Garth Wilson CB Tucson High's cub basketballers had an outstand- ing season as they captured eleven straight victories and went on to wind up the year with a 14-5 record. Cub Coach James White molded the sophomores, made up of former junior high cage stars, into a well co-ordinated squad and led them successfully through their first games. After being awarded an offer by the Kellogg Foundation, White resigned. Cliff Myrick, who played college baseball and basketball -.,-3. Mr. White receiving award from team. here, took over the team and capably coached them to the finish of the schedule. During this season, the rival Amphi was trod upon twice by scores of 45-32 and 42-50. Phoenix Tech, West Phoenix and Mesa were the only groups powerful enough to subdue the cub quintet. Sopho- mores seeing most action were: Joe Kranbold, Paul Bohardt, Ernest McCray, Ray Hopkins, Monte Nickols, Tommy Stricker and Duane I-Iolloran. CUB BASKETBALL TEAM. Ruu' I: Nava. Bohardt, Kranhold, McCrav, Hopkins, Nichols, Shanks. Row 2: Posner, Stricker, Gonzales, Carter, Coach Myrick, Phillips, Holloran, Eicher, Crouse. W--I.. 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Zamorano, Pesqueira, Anava, Manzo, Minarik, Baron, Coach Slagle. Row 4: Nowinski, McGuire, Magee, Diesmone, A. Morales, Engle, Salazar. With only seven veterans to use as groundwork for a new diamond squad, Head Coach Hank Slagle and his assistant, Lee Carey, were faced with another maior rebuilding job as the 1954 baseball campaign officially opened March 5. Onlv catcher -lim Wing, third sacker Mike Morales, outfielders Aloe Gunter, Ken Uvodich, Larry Seal and pitchers jerry Coppola and Ben Carbajal remained from the previous year's regular season Class A champions. Coaches Slagle and Carey ff! Q fn- V Mgrs. Meenan, Glenn and Dickey O1flfielder.r.' Uvodich, McGuire, Manzo Evil Eye Jerry Catcherx: Wing, Aros, Engle After shifting Uvodich from behind the plate to right field and Seal from the initial sack to the green pastures, the Badger nine began to take form. Then Slagle placed Rene Zamorano at first, Armando Anaya at the Keystone, Dick Pesquiera at shortstop and jim McGuire and Rudy Manzo in other outfield slots as his first team concluded its formation. THS got off to a flying start as they handily de- feated the University of Arizona Freshmen and Phoenix Tech, then went on to close a rugged twenty game campaign with the University Week champion- ship tournament in May. Among their opponents the Badgers encountered cross-town Amphitheater twice and the Frosh three times. For the first time Tucson met the Salpoint Lancers in varsity competition. 136 155.55 l'ilcl:er.r.' Carillo, Carbaial, Coppola an .... Coach Tedd Bailey Tucson's cubs opened an eleven game schedule March 5 with a 5-3 loss to Hayden, but rebounded to close a highly successful season against Benson, April 27. With Coach Tedd Bailey steering the future Badgers they encountered Hayden, Amphitheater, Marana, Patagonia and Benson twice each, and Wilcox once along their route of varsity and J. V. opponents. . r Q , - x 9 U5 Heh , i CUB BA EBALL On the mound the Cubs boasted front line pitchers, Tim Tomko and Dave Baldwin while the receiving end of the battery knelt catchers George Medina and Gordon Carler. Around the infield, Linn Wallace per- formed the first base duties, Ed Arce covered the keystone, Steve Corrales colled the hot corner and Jerry Wamsley was the regular short stopper. To round out Bailey's starting lineup, Glenn Gar- rett, Tony Moon and Richard Martinez roamed the left, center and right field pastures, respectively. f- .. - .M 1---A .S-Vw ps.-rr-mvwe .. , t w 5 k ..., 141 v Club Baseball IL-RI Row I: Plain CMgr.D, Segura, Martinez, Arce, Dirimple, Sharkey,.Corrales, Helsper CMgr.D. Row 2: Coach Bailey, Anderson, Wamslev, Medina, Tomko, Buza, Schmidt, Hess, Garrison. Row 3: Wallace, Davis, Garrett, Baldwin, Harold, T. Moon, Carter, Jennings. 137 '55i?s,f. -ww. Q . 'H of 1 HSS: A 95? -1 2 . N NF , Ass X Q Ii. ET. W Q 4 kia. B 'V -. Q 32 it 7 ,qv f K, , ww S 0 'fsf Wi uh . K X X Q 1 ik 'X 'gg ,X Q X S Q xv wa, N Y XR wx, -rx X .5 'i N QS 5 ,, Y 5 'Q x ' My ii? 6 is ii f fs .- pf hr f' 4- Bob Nordmeyer K X if . . . . . into the wild blue yonder The last inch! K . A,-S" .,,W,l Ass't Coach Francis Rickert "' Easy does it. 'K R' xe 5, .5 .krli Umpfff!! A Oopsie-daisy! 140 ,e '21 , New X CUB' TRACK SQUAD. Row 1.'.Neal, McGee, Gouirand, Moon, Estavillo, Smith, Bradley. Rau' 2: Mattingly, Owens,'Wheeler, Frailey, Phillips, Wilder, Hambley, Cesare, Eppler, Markins. Roll' 3: Kelly, Anderson, Lim, Barringer, Briscoe, Wells, Alegria, Pankmin. CUB TRACK Although the Cub and Varsity track squads com- bined under the same coaches, the sophomores, as a unit, ran a tough seven meet schedule of their own. In their opening meet on March 5 with the Tucson Indian School, the soph's fell, 62-51. Otherl meets were slated with Benson High School, Amphitheatefs Junior Varsity, North Phoenix JV's, Mesa JV's and Phoenix Union JV's. The Cubs also participated in the Tucson junior Varsity Relays held here March 20. Ass't. Coach Orville Robinson Some of the-outstanding sophomore performers in- cluded Dick Wells and Bill Briscoe, sprintsg Ronnie Owens, 440, Buzzy Mattingly, 880, and Jerry Ander- son, Ben Wilder and John Barringer on.the mile run. Lionel Frailey and David Neal spark the Cubs in the hurdles while Bill Philips and Dick Markins top the shot putters, and joe Cesare and Dick McGee handle the discus. Neal also shines in the pole vault. Pl .HS . 14 Coach Gale Bell CROSS COU TRY The Cross Country team completed in 1953 their third year of competition. Through the season they compiled a 2 won, 4 lost record. There was a total of 16 boys on the squad. Of these 16, 14 participated in meets against rival schools. Fred Anaya, Dan Becraft, manager, jim Brooks, Don Carmichael, George Downs, Jim Le Cain, Ronnie Pruitt, jim Riley, Larry Seal and Clarence Mattingly were recommended for a major letter. Benton Burns, Jack McBride, joe Herreras, Ronnie Owens, and Andy Kelley rounded out the team. They opened their season on October 30 against Phoenix Union, who defeated them 23-33. In this particular sport it's the team that finishes with the least number of points that wins. On November 5 the team took on the University of Arizona team and were again defeated. This time it was by the score of 24-31. There then followed 2 more defeats, one by the U. of A. C21-242 and the other by Phoenix Union again C24-32D. Fol- lowing these defeats the team traveled to Papago where they finally broke into the winners circle by defeating the West Phoenix Thunderbirds 20-36. They later defeated North Phoenix 16-40 to end the season in victory. Row 1: Riley, Herrera, I.eCain, Seal, Carmicheal, Downs, Brooks. Row 2: Anaya, Mattingly, Pruitt, Kelly, Burns, Owens, Becraft, Coach Bell. 142 . it ,, Fred Anaya Larry Seal The 1953 team was a much better team than the record indicates. In fact, they were dubbed the "Greatest Cross Country team yet," by their coach, Mr. Gale Bell. It was their fine team spirit, desire to win, and their having what it takes to win in a long race that prompted this statement. Jim Riley Don Carmicheal In Training on River Road Jim Brooks Jim I.eCain George Downs 143 WRESTLING TEAM: Row I: Campos, Logan, Enriauez, Tipton, Mc Goffin, Sumner, Escoboza, Duarte, Lopez. Row 2.' Beck CManagerJ , Callahan, Heckler, Porter. Lopez, Fields, Houston, Helsper, Grissinger, Valencia, Pearson CCoachJ. Rott' 3: Taylor, Liechty, Ward, Caid, Dunn, Van de Water, Soto, Pearse, Snodgrass. Coach Ken Pearson WRE 'l'Ll G For those of you that think that wrestling is just a big fake, there are thirty-eight reasons to prove you wrong. Those reasons are the members of the Tucson High wrestling team. The wrestling that these fellows do is a far cry from the professional "grunt-and-groan" artists that you see. Most professional matches are governed by the rules of "catch-as-catch-can" wrestling, which is to say no rules at all. But the T.H.S. wrestling team follows the rules of the A.A.U. Under the direction of Mr. Ken Pearson, these junior grapplers learn the finer points of scientific wrestling. The team captain is Lou Enriquez. Of the thirty-eight members on the squad, ten are chosen to compete in each match. The ten weight classifications which determine the matches range from one hundred twelve pounds to unlimited. The team had ten matches and three tournaments during the year in which they competed with some,of the best high school wrestlers in the state. Bob Helsper Jack McGoffm Nuff' johnny Lopez Alfred Campos Lou Ennquez Stan Txpron Q52 GYMNASTICS TEAM. Rou' I.' Membrilla, Lans. Traficanti. Pate. Woolf. Barnett. Knipe, Bartlett, Tower. Row 2: Carroll, Underwood, Bateman. Smith, Barkdoll, Guild, Carlton, Weber. Row 3: Turner, Sorotberry, Hough, Martin, Mahan, Deal, Berquist, Keller, Selby, H, Smith, Kershner, Gransie, Heckler, Ward. GYM A TIC Gymnastics, one of T.H.S.'s lesser known or heralded major sports, this year lured thirty-five young men to regular practice in the basement gym under the super-vision of Coach W. W. Westervelt. The team competed in major meets sponsored by the State College at Tempe, the State High Schools, and the A.A.U.g and in inter-school meets with North High and West High. The A.A.U. meet was probably the toughest because of the keen competition. This meet was open to amateurs of all ages, whether in high school or not. Some of the events entered were the rope climb, free exercise, tumbling, side horse, long horse, parallel bars, horizontal bars and the trampoline. 146 Coach Bill Westervelt ui W A ms.: if 5 M . wx 3 Ben Ward Guy Bateman Bob Pate Bob Lans ws., ,.,.,.: Qgkiiffiifilgipfiig' - . 'iflziii if 1 i Tiki Look, Ma! New Species? Eddie Knipe jim Bartlett 7' 5 BOYS 'N TENNIS SQUAD. Rau' 1: Lane, Berwick, Epstein, Harrison, Carillo, Emory. Row 2: Dim- ber, Cota-Robles, Wallace, Fox, Abbott, Loveday. BOY ' TENNI Coach Si Ganem 148 Completing a most successful year, the boys' tennis team has worked hard to keep its place as one of the top teams in the state. Under the fine direction of Coach Si Ganem, the ten boys making up the class practiced daily. The boys are required to play at least one match a week. The tennis ladder determines the position of the boys who are competing for the top five rungs of the ladder. The top five make up the team. The four boys who held top places throughout the year were Don Harrison, Pete Berwick, Herman Car- rillo, and Bill Emory. These boys have competed against many top teams including Mesa, Phoenix, and Yuma. is -WY 1 1' .fur 1 1' xi ,S , Q i"' mms ,. 1, Q4 Q A w X X 1 69 5 , E 1, . 'gi-ff Q, , Q1 xv S ' mfs 'W-K-fxiX1'i5XXxfxfX 1 X 'Teflix gf sx'3fxi kxe xii YK - ,. .V . W xi f !c2,,t!e1,,F A- i in f' 'Wi' Qfgiff X X Q . +-Q , A V f gi Y ' ' Q ik? ,qmmxxvi W- Sf ,I . ff ,- S inil xi , idnrw f -ixxfi 1 W , 1 ' K R , it 5 LW" k -'yi ,il ' 1 'K QA-Q ', H A 52 - vin W .Aura N if Sheldon Epstein Keep that arm straight! Follow through on that stroke! These words often introduce you to Miss Betty Nye under whose expert guidance the girls? tennis team of THS practice and improve. Miss Nye is a recent addition and a well-approved addition to the P.E. department at THS. When not combating illness, car wrecks and other plagues of tennis teams, the five stars have found time to win many of their matches thus far, dropping only one to West Phoenix 4-5. -During the entire season they have scheduled matches with many Ari- zona cities. If possible two matches are scheduled to enable each team to play on its home court. The girls also may participate in tourneys such as the Arizona open Tourney, The Arizona Closed and the Tucson City-wide Tournament on their own. GIRL ' TENNI Coach Betty Nye GIRLS' TENNIS SQUAD. Row I: Davis, Stone, M. Acton, B. Acton, Schell. Row 2: Coach Nye, Postillion, Galhouse, McCarty, Moore, Bone- Cllffef. X FW' S 9. X v X Peggy Stone Jean Schell Bessie Acton According to Theory It GOLF TEAM. Rout' 1: Rachi, Riesgo, Reyes, Pesqueira, Somers, Keller. Row 2.' Herrera, Karabotos, Burton, Dent, Bohardt, Coach Black. GULF 5 E l 3 Coach james Black 152 After playing three days a week at El Rio Golf Course and practicing two days a week at Randolph Golf Course, the ll-man golf team was ready to enter the first state tournament. This 36-hole tournament was sponsored by Phoenix -Ir. College and was held at the Biltmore Hotel Golf Course in Phoenix on April 17. Another S6-hole state tournament was held in Tucson during University Week. Scattered between these two tournaments were ten 18-hole matches- two each with Douglas, St. Mary's CPhoenixJ, West Phoenix, North Phoenix, and Glendale. Under Coach James Black and captain Don Keller, the team has worked hard all year and deserves much recognition. Richard Riesgo Ted Karabotsos Fore! Wl I,-J l ll A Qilfx Don Keller X Q. A l K M, LlN?if'J A Manny Herrera Rick Burton Bob Pesqueira plus wind resistance- A Xx J. t ns-gf ,Q D L l Sixteen Senior Songleaders livened the atmosphere at football games last fall. Headed by Marcia Sgutt, they danced to everything from jazz to waltz music. Miss Joyce Sprinkle directed the song-leaders who were enrolled in special P.E. classes and even held practices in the evening which helped them to get ready for their halftime performances. They also danced at outside activities including the A.E.A. con- vention and the Pima County Fair. Their Spirit will really be missed. Our peppy cheerleaders under the capable leader- ship of Joanna Bonecutter kept up the school tradi- tion by being "better than ever." Cheering at football and basketball games here and away the 10 girls kept THS rooters inspired, and introduced several new cheers. Hard work and originality won these girls much praise. The newest thing in pep-raising was added to Tucson sports activities when the school organized the sophomore cheerleaders. This little quintet backed the Cubs whenever they played and can be credited with being a large factor in the success of the l953- '54 Cub athletic squads. Something special was presented at each of the fall football contests in the persons of the boys' gym- nastics class. Before the game, during the game and at halftime the THS tumblers entertained the crowd with their feats of gymnastics. ,RVN 'Vik A. .t it S N-... .syx v Boy Tumblers KL-Rl 'l'uf1 Roux' Danny Mem- brilla. Middle Rrmz' Eddie Knipe, Ben Wtlrtl. Bottom Roux' Guy Bateman, john Barnett, Ken Smith, Bob Kershner, jim Bartlett, Al Hunter, Harry Barkdoll. SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS KL-Rl Carol Baumgarner, Sandy Harrison, Sharon Griffith, Candy Damato, Molly Pattison. LE'l"1'ERMEN'S CLUB KL-RJ Row I: Seal, Aros, Murray, Pruitt, Carmichael, Riley, Howard, Blakesly, Allen. Row 2.' Glenn, Bateman, Rhodes, Carter, Acosta, LeCain, Rocker, Enriquez, J. Lopez, Gunter. Row 3: Barber, Brooks, McLain, Selby, McCarty, Bertagna, Minish, Reid, Sligh, Kavanaugh, Alexander. Row 4: Somers, Keller, Flood, Orsi, Rice, Heckler, Becraft, Crockett, King. Row 5: Nowinski, Briggman, Morales, Wing, Helsper, McQuire, L. Lopez. LETTERME 'S CL B This year marked the 25th anniversary of the Let- terman's Club which is open to any boy who has earned a major letter. Leading the "T" men to a successful year were President Mike Morales and Vice-president Fred Pain. jim Wing handled the finances of the club and he was also an active secretary. Track Coach Gale Bell acted as advisor at the meetings. The year began with an informal gathering at Rancho Barra Nada on November 7. The eve of the Rodeo parade, February 18, was the club's annual dance. Other activities included the fall and spring bloodless initiations, and different picnics and dances throughout the year. Vice-President Fred Pain and Secretary Jim Wing. Missing is Mike Morales, president. "Hey, come back here with that towel" G. A. A. Row 1: Nasby, Parker, McCarthy, Sgutt, McCarthy, Caiero, Butlerg Row 2: Moon Jessel, McPherson, Hayden, Ware, Eades, Hellum. Row 3: Taylor, Hicks, Ashley, Merrill, Vidal, Lank- shead, Kreyns. Row 4: Thompson, Coffrey, Barnes, Snedden, Higgins, Renaud. A G. A. A. letter represents a well-rounded girl who hasn't necessarily specialized in one major girl's sport. To receive a letter a girl must earn 16 points for a minor letter and 25 points for a major letter. Two points are given for each club a semester. For a major letter a girl must have 2 service points which she can earn through G.S.L. This vear's letter winners are Jane McPherson and Vinita Read. Jane is secretary of G.A.A., active in tennis, and is secretary of the Fencing Club. Vinita is treasurer of G.A.A. and is very active in fencing. G.A.A. G. S. L. Rou' I.' Thompson, Caffrey, Eades. Row 2.' Merrill, Postillion, Hayden, Stevenson. is a familiar cry heard from members of the Girls Service League. Under sponsor Miss Jones, these volun- feers work for one period a day in the P.E. department running errands, typing, handing out towels. grading tests, keeping bulletin boards. and taking care of lost locks. The 15 girls who work each semester are indis- pensable to the P.E. Department and teachers. Girls Service League also plans several social events during the year, so they do have fun along with their work. Q xg ff f ' ' Q ' Q I V f X :W we IL X W!!! TUBE 'I' Chris Carroll Under the leadership of Prexy Chris Carroll, the student ,body officers accomplished many new feats this year that will help to put THS "on the map!" One of the main projects of the year was the THS carnival, sponsored by the Student Council, in which various clubs had concessions and ran different booths. The Rival Romp, a dance which Amphi and Tuc- son High organized was given by the Student Council Preriflent in order to promote good feelings between the two schools after the annual "Turkey Day" football clash. Student Council members and homeroom repre- sentatives patrolled the halls during class time in order to lessen the commotion. Our Student Body Officers this year will long be remembered in the history of THS for their fine handling of school affairs. ,, i. K ,Ai ' Q p x lp , , ltyit, t i 1 4 llat 5 il , 'fr , . -"F-',,,.u-'X My-1 ,'i' ya in ii jerry Coppolla Janice Devine Eugene Karp Vice-President S ecremry Trerzru ref GUVER ME T 'WQQ-J' STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERSg Rau' I: Devine, Drachman, Jones, Tench. Clark, Snolce, Stofft. Row 2: Alexander, Carroll, Manzo, Magee, Membrila, Newcomer. 2 Q '55, . Mr. Brooks 4 Azlvirer SQ "You are now excused ro go to on '29 Q I your second period classes." ' HOMEROEM REPRESENTATIVES FFR Second Semester TR DlTl0NS CUMMITTEE jim Robinson Chief justice me The Trnditions Committee, under the fine guidance of Mr. john D. O'Neill, is the organization respon- sible for enforcement of our school rules. Their main objective is to keep discipline by the fairest method possibleg through government by the students them- selves so that each problem can be better understood. They meet with court each Tuesday and Thurs- day to try those who have been given summons for breaking a rule. The students decide the penalty in accordance with the violation. The committee is composed of Chief Justice-jim Robinsong Senior justices-Judy Edel and Bessie Actong junior Justices--Judy Fay and Tim Dickeyg Sophomore justices - Dave Heckler and Louise Muir: Recorder-Don Bushroe and Baliff-Mike Flood. I .wx it Donna Bushroe Mike Flood Mr. john D. O'Neill Recorder Baliff Adviser -'. .V seep QQQQ sfiifrl. W .X If Louise Muir Tim Dickey Bessie Acton Dave Heckler Judy Fay Judy Edel Sophomore justices junior ju,-life, Senior justice: Irwin Mordka Erfilor TUC As "Dudley the Dude" romped gaily through the pages of the 1954 Tucsonian, the editors and staff were hard-put to keep up with their little mascot in cartoon form. From the moment "Dudley" stepped off his train and popped his inquisitive head into room V5, he never ceased to be out of mischief, and managed somehow to have his picture in every section of the book. "Dudley,' got a birds-eye view of all the work that goes into the Tucsonian and was really amazed at the amount of originality and plain old hard work put into it. For instance, all the editors had to make up a complete dummy outline of their own section. Then the copy was written and later typed on the dummy sheets. Yvonne Cunningham Openmg Editor Lvnne Roehler Clayrer and Stzzdeziz Life Editor - '9i'm,ti .-i, L Aggg: f i i y -. 1 k k Q s Y i. X , A ' Q i 1 pa - ., , ,F X ,f , K s 1+ F rf. feifi Mr, Flake Mr. Goldstein Advirer P 501022 WPIJJ' Advixer On-the-spot photographers snapped all the candids and club pictures which the production staff sat up late on deadline nights pasting on the printers' sheets. This year's subscription staff started what promises to become an annual custom, that of choosing a Tucsonian Queen. Nominations were held in the homerooms and the top twenty girls were put on the ballot and voted on. The final election was held just before Christmas and the five winners were an- nounced in the Chronicle. The queen's identity was kept a deep dark secret until this book came out. Regardless of all this work, the Tucsonian couldn't have come out without the advertising staff, who solicited ads every afternoon after school. Even "Dudley" had to admit that the editors and the staffs with the help of Mr. Ace Flake, adviser, did a good job of making this year's Tucsonian the "biggest and Bestest" ever. Somebody actually works clown there .loell Turner Pat Steinko Spar!! Editor Actfzilitcf Editor 165 A 2.1 . ., Eiglifltg m , . , , , I A, ,kb 2 Vk.k, A 3. L.,, , -'.1 A T 95 1 .. , if . " . .'- " g l, fkQ.iQ K fi . C A at "' . A A C f M J ,, S xx K K? L...,.k t X - 'ff ' lid.: -X Siifsir ff Qimv 1 ' Betty Newmeyer Ann de Cook Buddy Vaughn Writing Editor Art Editor Photography Editor XVRITING STAFF. Row I.' Rowe, Edwards, Ross, Griffith. Ron' 2: Brown, Mahacek, Jour- ney, Osburn. Ron' 3: Morales, Graham, New- meyer, Abram, Frampton, Kuropatkin. Not picturezi: Lee Esch. 4 Q PHOTO AND ART STAFF, Run' I.' Alcarez, Bailes, Wein zapfcl, de Cook. Run' 2: Carrocci, Lovett, Vaughn, Kinney Diana Weinzalnfel Circulation Maziager 'I66 SUBSCRIPTION STAFF: Cook, Wcinzapfcl, Chapius. 'W 5 F F f-H449 1 X K fe 4' Jane Mc Gregor Naclene Rykken Margaret Gaut Ad Layout Editor Ad Safer Manager Typing Editor -gi 1 ADVERTISING STAFF. Row I.' Sgutt, Mejia, Clark, Cana- TYPING STAFF: Stubbs, Noakes, Glenn. vacial. Row 2: Simons, McCollum, Campbell. Row 3: Shapiro, Mc Rae, Osburn. Row 4: Seltzer, Gray, Garr, Pat Babcock PRODUCTION STAFF. Row I.' Pauliny, Lincoln, Copins, Claus: Anistant Mc Allister, White, Burneo. Row 2: Gee, Damato, Smith, jackson, Blough. Row 3: Oterd, Kisthardt, Smith, Weider- hold, Inorio. 167 miayp. M , , , Ken Zahn Editor CACT Distributed semi-monthly, the Cactus Chronicle is a product of hard work and igeniuty. Winner of the National Columbia Press Association Award for the last 11 years, it is also the recipient of many other awards. Did you ever wonder about the work and prepa- ration behind the Chronicle? Here is a brief resume of it. Staff members are picked on the basis of teacher's recommendations. Staffs included are writing, sports- writing, advertising, and exchange-distribution. Writers receive their assignments early in the week and they are due on Monday of the next week. Dur- ing the week the Editorial Board corrects copy and writes heads for stories. They also proof read and on Mondays the proofs are cut and the pages are dum- mied. 1 5 l Roberta Barrington Fred SHQIIO Managing Editor staff Edlfm' HR Many former T. H. S. students subscribe to the Chronicle, which is also sent to other schools through- out the world. The exchange staff takes care of this task after distribution of the paper on Thursday. Miss Harriet Martin, Chronicle adviser, and the Editorial Board are in charge of the editing of the paper. Everyone agrees that they don't know what they would do without Miss Martin, who has directed the paper for the last nine years. Sponsor of the Rodeo Queen contest, the Chronicle keeps the Queen's identity and that of her four at- tendants a secret until the rodeo issue comes out. Staff members enjoy working on the Chronicle and never forget the friendships and education they gained while working on it. 0 LE Miss Martin A rlvirer -X NKLL6 ch'-0 1 s 'FQ' , 5 ll Nxxsw Lee Esch Charlene Carmony Sporty Editor Head Typist JJ EDITORIAL BUARD Soir nrrr A 'IL , Q 'S rf? Q . rv 5555 5' lie' Q 5525- . P592 ffm -fy gm -1 L: iff: 1. ' - - - A ge .fr .f , ,isa?5g5i'fs,.s:g51 ,. .. :Jw ixrsvzwilfg , 2 my .. r nf: :,, . 5556+-:xii ::. . Marilyn Tench Warren Griggs -' :f.!'a',i.,'1,' 'KQI H ' J I ' AD STAFF: Row 1: Squtt, Jontig, Urich, Singer Ron' 2: Cook, Woods, Mooney, Sakir. H959 . My. X r Joell T'-lmef Virginia Lara A J Galhouse, O'Dowil. Ron' 2: Brooks, Brown , T '. k, N f' k'. Sylvia Taylor Janice Devine retm oxxms 1 3 s g Mary Alice Boyil Nell Rakich Aff Mazzager Dinribution and Exrhmlge Manager 170 SPORTS WRITERS: Ron' I: Urias, Mc Carrhy, T. Ed Woods and Helen Gee K v , xx, 'X N' ' ffl? X4 l ' , I 'ff is ,t ,... . Photography Editors v""':'-ef EXCHANGE AND DISTRIBUTION STAFF. Row I, L-R: Stubbs, Urich, Chapius, Crehan. Roll' 2: Chipman, Cross, Shapiro. No! pictured' Pos- tillion, Snokc, Sotomayor, Edwards, Gibbs, Taft l WRITING STAFF. Ron' I, L-R: Steinko, Davis, Alfou, Rein'l, Mahacek, Crane, Frampton. Roll' 2: Carter, Pearlman, Weinzapfel, Rich, Bailes, Doherty, Wharton. Rau' 3: Faye, Jackson, Vosskuh- ler, Cole, Greenberg, Rowe, Pittman. Rou' 4: Rogers, O'Dowd, Flood, Gross, Tretiak, Rollins, Smith Herndon. N01 fniflureds Boynton, Bush, Cunningham, Lever, Merrill, Nicholas, Crane, Martyn Read, Reinhardt, Robinson, Sanders, Williams. v 1 mtg, Mx s we Q MN ' Kerio ,f .saw K - . ' Paula Williams Editor Here it is, the end of the year, and again the Quar- terly has done a marvelous job in editing a literary magazine more appealing to everyone. This has been due to the efforts of Paula Williams, editor, Mary McCray, managing editor, and Miss Harriette Martin, adviser. Much credit should be given to the 110 staff members and editors. The print- ing was done by the Graphic Arts Department with the help of Mr. Otis Chidester. At the deadlines, which come four times a year, you can usually see all these students rushing around trying to get their assignments in on time. The first issue had the "back to school" theme. In it were featured Sophomores and their doings, and the Student Body Officers. The December issue centered around Christmas and all that goes with it. Mary Mc Cray Managing Editor 5 X - -:: .. . A A A - ik'i f-:fr-. . - a S Harvey Torrey Make-up Editor AR TERLY The second month of the year saw the juniors come into the spotlight. The issue featured the events of February, such as Rodeo Season. The final issue, Graduation, gave the Senior all the publicity they had ever hoped for. In the class will everything imaginable was handed down to the un- suspecting underclassmen. The class prophecies were also a section of interest in this issue of the magazine. The Quarterly offers an outlet for the writing, photography, and art work of any student in T. H. S. Applications for positions on the magazine are available at the beginning of the school year. m Sydney Salmon Ar! Ezfilor Miss Martin Literary Azfwrer 5 . Mr. Wzilker A R Ar! Azlzfirer 5 ' gil 1ig"'fQ A f a..sf .. ', 4 S X Mr. Chidester is Printing Arlvuirer A 3 I . it .fxlllell Mr. Goldstein I'lvo1ograpby Azlvircr 5 s S K i ..t. .. - Q X sf . Q, K .gg ik A . A X . t l 'Q ' rr ...- 4' f . vt Q, K' -- 3 X ' .4 ' - Q . ' 1 . A te. .1 Q . Xtra ' at Vii -1 Dick Merritt l'b0!0grapl9y Editor uc, I aio 'I73 WRITING STAFF, Row I.' Lamb, Alfou, Tschampel, Rein'l, Van Kirk, jackson, Boynton, Morales Row 2.' Ross, Edwards, Canavaciol, Fieldman, Abram, Doherty, Smith, Pope. Row 3: Golding Greenberg, Read, Jontig, Moores, Manker, Stromei, Griggs. Row 4: Cole, jimerson, Acton, New- meyer, Young. W? ART STAFFQ Row 1: Tschampel, Watson, Bailes. Row 2.' Baksa, Brodecky. Img ML Phcrson 114 11 Iwplyt Q X I Y B. PRODUCTION STAFF A. W. Xfwm... SUBSCRIPTION STAFF. Row 1: Cook, Sgutt, Weinzapfel Canavaciol. Rau' 2.' Shapiro, Dillas, Votaw, Smoke. LINOTYPE STAFF, Sealed: Parrag Standifzg' Lamb, Torrey Stewart, Pierce, Brook, Hughes, Page, Palafox. BOYS' SOClAL H0 R The Boys' Social Hour, in conjunction with the l Girls' Social Hour, is the main factor behind the post-game dances. They take tickets, sell pop and check coats. Their work not only includes the prepa- ration and organization of the dances but the clean- ing up as well. All forty-six members were either elected to the W, committee, or recommended for membership. The officers are Harry Barkdoll, president, Benjy Danny Romero, advirer, and Harry Gross, vice-president, and Mike Morales, secretary. Adviser to the committee is Danny Romero. Barkdoll, president. t l COMMITTEE MEMBERS, Row 1: Vidal, Sotomayer, Scott, Mardis, Becker, Gross, Barkdoll, M. Morales, Uvodich, Acosta, Guire. Row 2.' Herndon, Santo, Perkins, A. Morales, Pesquira, Manzo, Magee, Esch, Botfield, Sligh, Mordka. Row 3.' Cope- land, Orozco, W. Heckler, Wilder, D. Heckler, Karp, Chan, Low. Row 4: Smith, Hunts, Alexander, O'Dowd, Flood, McGuire, Nordmeyer, Wanslee. r wg-gr GIRL ' LEAGUE Charlotte Vance Pretident Miss Brazelton Adwrer Sandy Sanders Another busy year of peanut butter cookies and giggling girls has ended, leaving behind it many memories of conventions, social hour work, and in- teresting programs. A few highlights of the year were the interesting talks given by Eric Struyf and Patsy Hewitt, Charlie Secretary Butler's tions. With League officers and lots Barbara Votaw V1ce'Preririem2 trum et la in , and of course the conven- P P Y the help of Miss Calenthe Brazelton, Girl's adviser, Charlotte Vance and her fellow made this year's Girl's League informative of fun. GIRLS SOCIAL HOUR: Row I: Barr, Pearce, Bailes, Mc Cray, Weinzapfel, Johnson, Damato, Fleming, Walworth. Row 2.' Walsh, Rowe, Johnson, Owens, Harlow, Sickler, Zeidler, Hicks, Sgutt. Row 3: Stofft, Hoge, Vance, Acton, Sanders, Seiler, Tobin, Abbott, Gee. Row 4: Newmeyer, De- vine, Simons, Hipscher, Post, MacMillan, Crowder, McCollum, Lincoln, Frampton, Burns. Row 5: Robinson, Snoke, Faye, Wilson, Snoke, Cunningham, Journey, Drachman, Robinson, Boyd. Row 6: Mahoney, Maxey, Cogswell, Hewitt, Muir, Damato, Bonecutter, Shoenhair, Votaw. Sylvia Taylor P rerid ent Corlectin g drive, the junior Red Cross put in an active year of service. 'Projects included packing 115 gift boxes and a gift chest for disaster areas, and participation in international art and music projects and a peace assembly. JU IOR RED CROSS COUNCIL: Rykken, Taylor, Boyd, Moores. Row 2.' Drachman, DeVine, Turner. Row 3: Pearlman, Nowinski, O'Dowd. JRC Council officers for the year were Sylvia Taylor, president, Nadene Rykken, vice presidentg Mary Alice Boyd, recording secretary, and Joell Turner, corresponding secretary. Miss Calenthe Brazelton is the adviser. 55354.50 in their initial membership HOME ROOM SERVICE OFFICERS: Rou' I.' Taylor, Merchant, Haddock, Pearce, Gaut, Bishop, McCarthy, Salmon, Mordka, Lampert, Snodgrass. Row 2.' Moore, Selby, Mattingly, Edwards, Hender- son, Schuster, Roych, Engle, Lim, jacobus, Scopellite, Boynton. Row 3: Dean, Kitzel, Bergen, Bot- kin, Toncheff, Armenta, Rich, Ostroy, Glickman, Benson, Cook. Row 4: Stremmel, Keene, Sitterly, Pesqueira, Williamson, Dering, Otero, Young, Bourguignon, White, Watson, Connolly, Elias. Row 5: Snlallhouse, Gee, Ruehlen, Cotgageorge, Aubuchon, Metz, Vidal, Carrillo. ' 179 ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE: Stofft, Weinzapfel, Sanders, journey- Rou' 2.' Cahn, Heckler, Hunts, Rogers. The assembly committee is responsible for the fine assemblies which we have once every three weeks. Their. objective is to give the student body good, en- joyable and interesting programs. The committee is under the capable leadership of Mr. Paul- Koch and is composed of the chairman, Chris Carroll, and three persons from each class. During the first semester the orchestra put on a very enjoyable and of course musical assembly. A talent show put on by gifted students of the school helped raise money for the "March of Dimesf, SSEMBLY Then with the coming of the Christmas season came the annual Christmas Assembly put on by the combined Music and Dancing classes. Because of the crowded school conditions it was put on in the after- noon but was still well attended. In the spring Club Cervantes gave its annual as- sembly in the form of a variety show. Wayne Webb's band of professional musicians presented another musical assembly. The assembly committee ac- complished its objective this year. Telling the Christmas Story 180 "Dance of the Sugar Plums" CUMMITTEE "Ab:1cadabbra" Seioriras Step lively Latin American Melodies H0 OR ERVICE 0ClE'l'Y To become a member of the Honor Service Society, a volunter service organization, a student must work 15 school hours-for teachers, in the office,-etc.-or 10 outside hours-at the Red Cross or any other com- munity or county service organizations. Sponsored by Miss Calenthe Brazelton and under the capable leadership of Judy Fleming, president, - S the Honor Service Society strived for and reached its goal, "To render service which will contribute to 7 the welfare, progress, and happiness of society." E OFFICERS: Sylvia Taylor, vice prerideuf. fi.. ' Betty Moores, Jecretary. and ,Judy Fleming, 5 it -f,-' A -any - - gg, I, I prerrflent. Miss Brazelton Arlvirer MEMBERS. Rou' I.' Posey, Creswell, Burneo, Daly, Taylor, Mahacek, McCray, Rowe. Mount, Mc- Cray, Rowe, Mount, McAllister, Barrickman, Alfou, Becker. Row 2.' Lincoln, McCollum, Landay, Weinzapfel, Johnson, Pankey, Edmonston, Edwards, Engle, Mc Carrhy, Moores, Serena, Pitero, Had- dock. Rau' 3: Wade, McDonald, Journey, Cook, Van Deward, Pearce, Joruensen, Deaver, Botkin Kille, Kimble, Eckstrom, Barra. Rou' 4: Hanis, Gibson, Gerke, Osburn, McPherson, Mahr, Schwark, McLean, Clopton, Gawsner, Singer. Nunez, Merrill, J. McPherson, Alma. Rau' 5: Manker, Amado, Mueller, Fleminiz, Bush, Heldt, Cheeseman: McGartv, Balentine, Mulleneix, Vosskuhler, Luons Hamer, Allen, Wallis, Canning. Rau' 6.' Watle, Grubauzh, Greenberg, Settlemeyer, Sligh, Keene Goff, Videen, Alexander, Carroll, Saltzer, Lampert, Mc Neill. v n 1 182 3 ATIO AL H0 OR 0ClE'l'Y Officers Mike Morales, Since 1929, Chapter 70 of the National Honor Society has grown from a tiny eight members to its present size of 124 strong. Approximately fifteen per cent of the graduating class are enrolled in this organization, which strives to uphold the four qualifications of the National Honor Society-Leadership, Scholarship Character, Service. Sylvia Frampton, Barney Hunts There are three initiations a year. Two of these are for Seniorsg the final is in the spring. Through the sponsorship of the National Honor Society yearly scholarships are offered. This is only one facet of the organization which seeks to further recognition of scholarship. May 1953 Initiates Sara Charlotte Roberta Guy Joanna Abram Alm Barrington Bateman Bonecutter Mary Alice Lois Charlene Chris A Durelle Boyd Brandwynne Carmony Carroll Danielson A Ann Janice .lUdY Lee Sylvia DeCook Devine Eflel Esch Frampton Helen Phyllis Carolyn Beniy Mary Gee Gibbs Greer Gross Hayden Tom Patsy Barney Vi rgi nia Mike Herndon Hewitt Hunts Lara Lipscomb Q . Dick Jane jane Judith Keith Longcoy McGregor McPherson Mahacek Mardis Danny Louesa Mike June Betty Membrilla Merrill Morales O'Kelly Moores Bob Naclene Gail Larry Mariorie Petti iohn Rykken Schultz Seal Sercomb Patricia Sylvia Marilyn Cherie Daniel Steinko Taylor Tench Tevis Tretiak Joell Charlotte Jeanne Robert Diane Turner Vance Walsh Walsh Weinzapfel Not pictured: Donna Bushroe, Warren Griggs, Patricia Knights, Richard Roth, Ann Wharton, Susan Schubert. Ken Zahn January 1954 Initiates Joan Eva Nancy Jeanne Ivan Harry Amptman Aros Atkinson Bailes Barkdoll John Hope Philip Phyllis Larry Barnett Bond Cain Chipman Cordier Donna Marilyn Yvonne Louise Judith Creager Cunningham Damato Fleming , 6 "' " V ,Elf I Billie Michael Heidelberg Hinchee Margaret Dorothy Gaur Gonra Eugene Richard James Charles Karp Keene LeCain Lee Jeanne Garner Susan Jimerson S :L f X 5 . X QW Q iS:'.-"' , ii i ii' E David Lee X, Carol Ann Daniel George Mary Fred Leonard Lupo McGee McCray McLemore Patricia Don Vita Lincoln Robert Manker Martin Matturro Mueller Nordmeyer Susan Donald ,lane Barbara Sharon Pearce Pellow Peters Quinn Reneer A . jt' fl XX t is at X ,N A , fr ,ag as 1' - i al fix Donald Donna Carol Honey Lynne Rice Rice Riegel Roehler Roehlcr L n Sydney Sara Fred Jean George Salmon Sanders Santo Sercomb Settlemyer Joe Patti Carlos Elaine Paula Shamburger Urich Vidal Walworth Williams Nor pictured: Louise Alexander, Edward Gaines, Ann Greenberg, Carle Harris, Lillie Lee, Delores johnson, Irwin Mordka, Paul Roemrnelt, Herb Selby. 187 ADVA CED DA OFFICERS. Pearte, rr. reprerezzmtifzef Wallis, .tecremry-trear m'er,' Urich, pI'9.l'l!!8lIl,' Miss Robinson, afluirerg Weinzapfel, Jr. representative, One, two, three, kick! One, two three, kick! Sounds like football practice, doesn't it? Actually it's Terpsichoros practicing for one of their many dance programs. "Terps" as the members like to call it, started their year off with their annual dance. "Dance of the Hours" was this year's theme, and the girls put on a floor show consisting of four dances. The dance class combined with the vocal depart- ment to present a very beautiful Christmas Program, entitled "Christmas Values." Winding up the years activities was the Spring Program. The girls make up their own dances with recorded music. They elect a dance director who sees to it that the dance gets done and the costumes are all ac- counted for. MEMBERS. Rou' I: Barr, Pearce, Stanley, Hanley, Daly, Weinzapfel, McCray, Mejia, Aros, Rein'l. Ron' 2: Lewis, Walworth, Wilson, Johnson, Damato, Urich, Mahacek, Tellez, Hinman, Putnam, Simons. Rauf 3: Rykken, Schendel, Merchant, Darlington, Allen, Wallis, Heidelberg, Lyons, Taylor, Edel. Row 4: Tenth, de Cook, Casaday, Fiscella, Hipsher, Robinson, Drachman, Snoke, Chapius, Block. Row 5: Dillas, Steen, Schmidt, O'kelly, Weinzapfel, Clark. Toyland Trepak List Cherubic Hosts Dance of the Reed Flutes X x QEFNE X Nuns. DANCE ofthe HUURS C "Cuckoo, Cuckoo," SEMESTER DANCES Night! i w i I BALLADEER The 1953-54 Badger Balladeers sang their way through a highly successful school year. Under the direction of the indominable diehard, Miss Madge W. Utterback, the Balladeers put forth an excellent musical schedule for Tusconans. The most memorable of these from the stand- point of the THS students was the annual Christ- mas assembly in cooperation with the Terpsi- choros. The Balladeers also participated in the Spring Southern Arizona Music Festival, and in the Tuc- son Festival of Arts. Badger Balladeers are composed of the boys' class, the Arion Club, and the Advanced Girls' class, the Allegro Club. Also "teacher,' directs two beginning girls' classes, The Allegretto Club. In addition to this is "Teacher's" pride and joy the Double Mixed Quartet. BALLADEERS: Row I: Schuhmacher, Pesquiera, Copalman Adams, Trijillo, Reanaud. Row 2: Moore, Dunning, Stanley, Totten. Row 3: Engleman, Bailey, Cheeseman, Lewis, Elloitt, Bumeo, Lash. Row 4: McEwen, Saltzberry, Shanks Row 5: Greishaber, Vandekolk, Wilson, Sterns, Hunter, Carroll, Lee, Putney, Yeazell, Hunter, Rodgers, Mc Lemore -Qs Miss Madge Utterback Direclor ., x. ,, h F A - -7 -2- iii gIii-1-::.Lgk.-?if'ff X zizs , : .',' . zu x - f is SSS if V' ibggf, mv -,L A UMM J J i f 'Xf N N: y 'EZ K I ' lf P KW RQ . S , . Q ,...,, U Q A it . Q igl . sr as Q , M S ii 3? 5 wg E4 Q f .iff 9 0RCHES'I'RA Of the many things Tucson High students have to be proud of, the orchestra is certainly one of them. Directed under the baton of Mr. Lautitz Bjorlie, it has played all types of popular and classical music for school assemblies and P. T. A. meetings. There are forty-seven members in the orchestra. The officers are Benjy Gross, pres- identg Fritz Snider, librariang Joyce Carney, treasurer, and Betty Stems, secretary. if-5 ,i L QQ QM ORCHESTRA Row 1: Sterns, Barnes, Carney, Groth, Briscoe, Soto, Hill, Sterns Briscoe, Bach, Snider, Lawless, Hendricks, Gallardo, Wilhoite. Herrmann, Engle, DuBois, Johnson, Little. Row 2: Toncheff, Davis, Camacho, Melia, Frazer Grigas. Rau' 3: -Iimerson, Roberts, Brewer, Rizer, Heldt, Smith, Butler, Gross, Currie, Vance, Hamilton. Ron' Mr. Bjotlie, director, Gilbert, Baumer, Alexander, Swihatt, The orchestra playing at n T. H. S. assembly BAD The THS band, under the direction of Paul L. Grimes, had a very busy and profit- able year. Complete with colorful new uni- forms, the band, 112 strong, marched and played in three parades-Armistice Day, Rodeo, and 100-years celebration-at eight football games, seven basketball games, and at the Pima County Fair. After football season, the band switched to mostly concert numbers, and played for the Rotary Club at Christmastime, at the Masonic Temple during Public Schools Week, and the Southern Arizona music festival, at a pop concert for students and another school concert, and at Baccalaureate and Commence- ment. Officers of the band were Gary Hoover, president, Jennie Garner, secretary, George Alexander, uniform manager, Henry Larson, librarian, and Gayle Shultz, drum major. Row 1: Frazer, Henderson, Kurn, Stubbs, Peters. Row 2: Busby, Martin, Maldonaldo. ue, Harmon, Dimber. Row 3: Shultz, Mc- Mackey, Davis, Grimes, director. Row 4: Danielson, Dobias, Lowe, McKenny, Thomas, Klenmen, Wilson. Row 6: Hartman, Cain, Beauchat, Hannebahm. Row 7.' Hoover, Haire 8 Alexander, Barrett, Perry, Houghton, Hoover, Schultz, Garner, Miles The distant sgund of drums, Alexander, Larson are officers. , k sa...-. L. ,LM ,J.J,.,,.l...i....?:1'i. 9 ,Nic ..,..,,. U Hamacher, Tilinghast, Garner, Cathey, Currie, Porter, Wilson, King, Mayo, Herman, Sptiler, Hastings, Fletcher, Snipes, Kryzanowski, Koch, Post, Camp, Fleming, Spraq, Daniel, Briscoe, Price, Walters, Gibson, Cooper, KeeLow, Becraft, Bain, Fields, Larson, Haas, Barnes, Brooks, Butler, Beanamon, Acosta, Clayton, Prince, Blough, Row 5: Teleco, Seagondollar, Karraket, Reanin, Helclt, Smith, Ashworth, Key, Wong, Bordmen, Love, Warwick, Gilbert, Atkinson, Kaye, Gallagher, Miller, Young, Nance, Bach, Sticht, Pegram, Berge, Leary, McDevitt, Bartholomew, Briscoe, Row Starr, Wilhoite. Top Row: Riegal. xi QQ, TWIRLERS: Slamling: Sink, Niezg Center: Reviera, Ruby, Hayden, Smith, Cross Griggs, Niez, Kneeling: Westphalen, Tardy. ass is W .qu WIGB A ll i Members: Row 1.' Bone, Eshleman, Koch, Krzyanowski, Mackey, Young. Roll' 2.' Bracamonte, Connelly, Hoover, Colell, Hartman, Haire. Rau' 3: Haas, Larsen, Gross, Butler, Byrne. Rou' 4: Gallardo, Mr. Bjorlie, dir-error. Frazier, Sperry, Damato, Anderson. If you ever happened to be within a fifty yard radius of the instrumental music depart- ment about sixth period you have probably heard some of the cra-a-aziest music ever. The reason is that the Hi-Cats practice sixth period. The Hi-Cats is Tucson High swing band. It has nineteen members and is directed by Mr. Lauritz Bjorlie. The band in the past year, has played for the postgame dances, the Proms and Hop, at assemblies for the student body, and for some of the junior high school, and a few out-of-town dances. The officers are Gary Hoover, presidentg Ken Bone and Mike Haas, librarians, and Charlie Butler, business manager. A familiar scene at after the game dances .LL T C-lll and Hl-Y x TUC-Hl. Razz' I.' Daly, Mejia, V. Sgutt, Urich, Chapius, Ferguson, Winn, Winn, Creswell, Dossett, Bolt, Casaday. Rott' 2: H. Gee, R. Gee, Dillas, Johnson, Dunham, Hannebohm, Pfluger, Zeidler, Cook, Jenks, Fleming. Rau' 3: Burneo, Tang, Gee, Damato, Hanson, Megaw, Nasby, McPherson, Lincoln, Copins, White, Osburn, Bass. Razz' 4: Hill, Cogswell, Gaut, Maliacek, Rich, Ostroy, Riven, Whitthorne, Hult, Townsdin, Lennartz, Williams, Drachman. Row 5: Lockett, Edwards, Gerhe, Meredith, Cross, Moon, Hicks, Tobin, Hewitt, M. Sgutt, Burns, Harrison, Leatherman, Robinson. Rau' 6: Crowder, Posey, MacMillan, Frampton, Rykken, Mahoney, Seiler, O'Donnell, Bowles, Bergin, Herre, Van Camp, Bishop, Freysc. ti lla gt fl, HI-Y. Rau' I.' Barkdoll, Hardhharger, Alexander, Briggman, Field, Mulchay. Ron' 2: Urias, Mer ritt, Keller, Woods, Belton, Swain, Ball, Hunts, Gray, MeLemore, Groth, Pettiiohn. Rau' fl: Pearse Lawson, Carrocci, Nickelson, Acosta, Robinson, Carroll, Sligh, Leonard, Stephey, Perkins. Rnu' J Heckler, Wieclerholtl, Simmons, Wiedertnan, Pate, Vance, Holherg, Carter, Brown, Shaw, linux Cox. Rott' 5: Billings, Haynes, Cheeseman, Shafton, Murphcy, Smith, Orsi, Lee. RADIO B REAU Rehearsing The Radio Bureau, under the direction of Mr. Over the air the radio production classes carry on Broyles, has completed its second year of presenting news casts and l'Youth Asks You" broadcasts. Pro- Tucson High over the air. duction classes learn all phases of radio broadcasting Added to the curriculum is a 15 minute television and how to produce all types of shows. show in which a different department is featured The radio bureau has succeeded in showing the each week. public how Tucson High really functions. Mr. Broyles, The Control Panel Teacher ann' A11 zfiyer a...........,.. Row 1.' Nasby, Parker, Stevenson, Gray, Gee, Tang, Cardiello, Kiefer, Ratcliffe, Pickett, Roberts, Heidelberg, Zene. Row 2: Jossell, Woolhright, Moore, Kohler, Hoge, Sgutt, Scott, Talano, Armenta, De La Mater, Blough, McPherson. Row 3: Pauliny, Sloan, Hult, Adams, Field, Vana Jenkins, Schlegel, Von Wormer, Cawthorne, Ryan. Row 4: Bishop, Perlman, Gaiser, Damato, Atkinson, Foss, jackson, Snoke. Row 5: Stofft, Stosberg, Olson, Prescott, Griffith, Pain. PlROUET'I'E ll Row 1: Nichols, Driggs, Smith, Whitlow, Shapiro, Dillon, Garcia, Crehan, Castro. Row 2: Bell, Wafer, Sprague, Myerson, Muir, Barrington, Smith, Waldt, Nunez. Row 3: Brown, Hussey, Engel, Mc Clellan, Rowe, Engle, Davis, Clopton, Swartz. Row 4: McKee, Wilson, Gwinn, McGarty, Mattingly, Strutz, Pyeatt, Mahr. Row 5: Lewton, McGarty, Leonard, Pattison, Forman, Romero. THEATRE ANGELS IN OVERALLS 2 TAGECRAFT "Hey Ioe, move that sideboard over to the right a little." "Try a different shade of blue in that spot will you?" "Shelly, please ouit dropping that chimney on my head. Wait until I move out of the way if you feel you must drop it." Don't let all the noise scare you away. It's only the stagecraft students. They compose the noisiest and M.,--' most constructive class in Tucson High. These people are the unsung heroes of the theater. Stagecraft students do all the constructing of sets, and painting of scenery. They also provide the lighting and backstage crews for every play. These stagecraft students are the people who pro- vide the audience with necessary equipment to aid their imaginations. Roni Z: Schell, Acton. Snipes. McCollum, Mr. Roberts. Row 2.' Williams, Atkinson, Bardoch, Hall. Rou' 3: Stevens, Ross, Rich, Pearlman, Farber. X it THE PIA Q ,Y My X it W, .Atl l 1 gl A gay folk-comedy opened the season for Tucson High School's dramatic arts department. "The Far- Off Hills" by Lennox Robinson enchanted its au- diences with its charm every night that the curtain opened on a new performance. This presentation ran for six nights. It opened on November 4 and the final curtain closed in November 10. The play took place in Glenscarrig, Ireland, a pleasant old-fashioned town fifty or sixtymiles from Dublin a few years ago. Patrick Clancy is the father of the house who has been blind for the past ten years. His eldest daughter, Marian, tries vainly to convince her audience that she wants to become a nun by shunning all admiring glances from young men. Adding cheerfulness and youth to the play were the two little girls of the family, Pet and Ducky. Finally, as everyone expected, Marian falls in love with a young man from America, Pierce Hegarty. The play ends on this happy note, and a Very enjoyable evening came to an end. i l Row I: Nevins, Ray, Barnes, Knights, Gurvitz, Pattison. Row 2.' Ross, Atkinson, Weinzapfel, Moores, Holish, Leonard. Row 3: Lee, Pearlman, Powell, Snipes, Gibbs. Row 4: Newcomer, Knutson, Bardach. 0 "God Bless us all!" DRAMA "Tonight at Eight-Fifteen" by Percival Wilde was a "Children's fairy-tale written for adults" about an ogre who ate little girls. Its cast in- cluded Iack Golding, Gail Foss, jean Shirer, Sherry Bass, Ruth Boych, Geraldine Ditman, Tanet Grenell, Pamella Jet, Pat Royall, Carole Glazman, Buck Herring, Bettv Moores, Eddie Carter, Ronnie Simpson, and Roger Thomas. Conrad Sieler's delightful comedy "Why I am a Bachelor" proved how complicated that love can be. The cast featured Jim Newcomer, Roy Knutson, Dick Kaye, Patt Dutt, jane Ben- nett, Janice Porter, Linda Crowley, Regina Weiss, Janice Estes, Glenda Davis, and Lona Kay Bailey. "A Ghostly Evening" by Grace Barney was about a iealous suiter and a girl who had ideas of her own. In the cast were Lynda 4 "The Ghostus is alive" Stewart, Judy Kuropatkins, Margrot Landay, Sally McDermott, Ginger Leatherman, Betty Kincaid, Trent Anderson, Lynne Freyse, Carol Butngarner, Hurky Hodge, Peg Bevins, Lynn Campbell, and Cliff McKinney. March 2 was opening night for the cast of "The Admirable Chrichtonn by James Barrie. The members of the audience were all agreed that this was an extremely good play and equally well handled by the advanced students. The play ran through the sixth of March. "The Rivals," an l8th century comedy of manners by R. B. Sheridan was staged April 27-May l. This play was presented by members of the National Thespian Society. "Laboratory Theatref a presentation of selec- tions from well-known theatre literature closed a very successful season on May 50. All productions were under the direction of Lloyd E. Roberts. The admirable Chrichton I'm going to turn vegetarian 205 SCIE CE FICTIO Row I: Judson, Gaines, Turner, Gaines, Cole. Ron' 2: Yontef, Wise, Moores, Johnson, Cabat, Griggs, Monberg. 206 AMATEUR RADIO ALLIED Y0 TH Row I : Rogers, Ball, Main, Geromer, Golembeski. Row 2.' Goff, Mossman, Prim. E TURE USINESS LEADER Rau' 1: Creden, Matturo, Reigstacl, Manker, Ampt- man. Row 2: Everly, White, Butler, Harper, Rig- don. Row 3: Quinn, North, Hellum, Harris, Hay- den, Lim, Hinman, Zammit. FET RE HRMEMAKER Row I: Conracl, Burris, johnson, Garcia, Ball, Baudry. Row 2: Friesner, Harris, Bean, Becker, Derengowski, Raini, Bilke, Majesky. Row 3: Glenn, Bilke, Dupy, Christian, Blier, Dawson, Ladewig. Row 4: Doones, Beiswenger. E TURE NURSES Row I: Ratcliffe, Henderson, Van Kirk, Crane, Moores, Davis. Row 2: Bush, Mahacek, Pegram, Cheeseman, Warle, Hine. Row 3: Ren'l, Wison, Taylor, Duran, Francisco, Kille. .... s . ,... .. . .. . . .C , .... ,.,, . ,,,,M,,,,,, , . -- i - 7 LIBRARY CLUB Row 1: Solomon, Stewart, Trimble, Lidstrom, Henderson. ART H0 RR RCIETY now I: Rusier, Bailes, Abram, Tschampel, Whar- ron, Kansky. Row 2: Seidel, Watson, Weinzapfel, Simons, Cresswell, Jenks, Powell. Row 3: Hop- kins, Brodecky, Reddoch, Areingclale, Baska, Sal- 111011. RRCK HRUN Row 1: Gaines, Walker, Cook, Gregory, Ander- son, Mielke, A. Burns. Row 2: J. Burns, Mac' Millan, Cassiry, Herr, Kinnan. Row 3: Mr. Car- penter, Rakita, Robles, Sprotberry. ARCHERY Row 1: Burch Hi ins. Row 2: Bateman, Perkins, . , gg Areingdale. RACQ ETTEER Row 1: McGarthy, Rogers, Dillion, Mount, Lincoln, White, Lee, Don. Row 2: Lee, S. Lee, Schwarthy, Anderson, Gallardo, Cora, Ashley, Row, Murphy, HA D BALL Row 1: Davis, Caffery, Thompson. Row 2: Watson, Lee, Scott. 209 BA KETBALL Someone tossed the names in the wrong basket. FUTURE P.E. TEACHER Row I: Davis, Taft, Merrill, unidentified, Watson, Galhouse. Row 2: Schaller, Thompson, Snedden, Caffrey, Vidal. 210 Row 1: Clopton, Moncada, Hernandez, Zakes Eades. Row 2: Snook, Podolsky, Sipsas, Shapiro, Sgutt. Row 3: Griffin, Romero, Hayden, Miller, Whitlow. T MBLI G N TUBE T EMPLOYME 'I' Rou' I: Walsvorrh, Quinn, VanDewark. Ron' 2: North, VanCamp, Dearclen. BOWLl G Row I: Rowe, Hanson, Ostroy, Main, Stubbs, Gaut. Ron' 2: Kalil, North, Warman, Martyn, Lever, Mahacek, Mueller. Roll' 3: Rice, Rainey, Greenberg, Stewart, Golembieski, Matthais, Trex- lar, Miss Crosby. PlGPOG TABLE TENNIS Ron' I: Wagner, Keene, Weiss, Fuucett, Vitleen Rolf' 2: Dowers, Barra, Barnes, Merrill, Hensel Srruyf. EWCUMER Run' I.' Strnyf, Eilwarils, Sticllt, Nielson, Pflugcr Shailley, Boynton, Blough, Inorio. Row 2.' Mac: Millan, Warle, Kerns, Jenks, Lincoln, Mount Dellas, juhlin, Gladstone, Walrlmeier. Row 3: Virleen, Watie, Membrilla, Mooney, Gibson, Sweet, Crockett, Osburn, Mattingly, Dowers, Row 4: Farrill, Cooperk, Williams, Smith, Murphy, Shar- ke Sullina Bain Manker Row 5: Cox, Dietz- Y, y , - man, Moore, Rivera, Pittman. BADGER CAMERA CLICKER Ron' I.' Vaughn, Merritt, Gee, Alcaraz, Berg. Row 2.' Mr. Goldstein, Carrillo, Kinney, Watson, Eades. Row 3: Cobb, Carrocci, Lee. KI CLUB Row 1: Heineman, Davis, Marshall, Leonnartz, Westphalen, Mickelberry. Row 2: Zimmerman, Jossel, Townsdin, Hult, Lincoln, Lucas, Jenks, Farrill. Rau' 3: Gough, Sligh, Shultz, Mahr, Des- sart, Sparks, Lyons, Jimerson. Row 4: Burquist, Tillinghast, Strickland, Marshall. BO0T and ADDLE Someone rode away with the names. CAMP COUN ELOR Row 1: Goss, Elpern, Corvollo, Carson. Row 2: Miss Smith, Block, Meredith, Parker. Row 3: Sands, Lewis. 0ClAL DA CE Row I: Haddock, Vosskuhler, MacPherson. R011 2: Roth, Manker, Gustafson. X Mi. MODEL AIRPLA E 4 Row I: Goff, Finn, Smith. Row 2.' Mosiman, Mullikin, Prim. BPCHEM-PHY Razz' I: Judson, Gaines, Griggs, Neville, Mueller Moores. Row 2: Gaines, Rose, Merle, Turner Luther, Cole. Row 3: Yontef, Malmburg, Cramer Neville. Row 4: Keene, Walslm, Gross, Menche, Norris, Roth, Bush. WUUDCRAFTER Mr. Sherrill Wells,,Cain, Chapman, Hinkle, Ac- ton, Johnson, Milligan, Arnclt. TAR GAZER Row 1: Malmberg, Cole, Morres. Row 2: Muse, Neville, Gaines. as-...... CHESS CL B Raul' 1.' Tretiak, Cole, Moores. Row 2.' Karp, Pope Yontef. Row 3: Stillmacher, R. Neville, Hamilton M. Neville. TAMP CLUB H30H1H,B Row 1: McNeil, Graugh, Videen, Amado, Doug- las. Row 2.' Botfield, Keene, , Hard- grove, Mr. King. 216 FENCING What happened to those darn names? F TURB TE CHER What! ! Again? I, , gf r A . tg who x W x x V An amateur photographefs attempt at dou- ble exposure QII - X t X T x if 'K ws if 'Wkxgg ., ' New . K Cheese it, it's Gridley. KX 5 WS it if to its QD .af- 5. I N-.t Honey, how you dance! ! f 1 3 4 Nayf, 1 we What happened to your head, Abie darling? 217 2 A UNSHI E MODELI G CLUB Row 1: N. Grimm, Freyse, Barr, Simons, Johnson, Knights, Jean Craven. Row 2: I. Grimm, Lockett, McCollum, Steen, Edel, Gaut, Moore, Block, Joan Craven. Row 3: Keim, Sgutt, O'Kelly, Votaw, Ray, Seiler, Hanley, Singer, Creswell, Bonecutter. Row 4: McMillan, Walsh, Abram, Hewitt, Hicks, Chipman, Burns, Damato, Creager. PARFAITE LE POUPEE Row 1: Armaga, Cordova, Block, Tellez, Lara, Knazge, Sgutt, Row 2: Copalman, Fiscella, Zama- go, Meredith, Bushroe, Fink, johnson. Row 3: Armenta, Valdez, Doherty, Van Wormer, Schlegel, Smith. Row 4: Ryan, King. 18 SE l0R DFFICE Row I: Lee, Mardis, Johnson, Sgutr, Hicks. Row 2: Vidal, Marinack, Hazel, Moore, Weinzaphel. Row Sr Tobin, Seiler, Chipman, Schell, Framp- ton. Row 4: Sotomayer, Sligh, Wanslee, Perkins, Lupo, Barkdoll. Hitman-an-. GERMA CLUB Ron' 1: Lucas, Jimerson, Moores, Yontef, Pearl- man, Cole, Becker, Zukowski. Row 2: Kaase, San- burn, Flint, Weiss, Brown. Row 33 Hopkins, Gage, Copins, Struyf, Grote, Krager. 5 CLUB CERVA TE Row 1.' Sladivar, Torres, Ballesteros, Faci, Oter, Zamago, Tellez, Valencia. Row 2: Vidal, I. Lee, Cordova, S. Lee, Treio, Nanez, S. Yabarra, Gar- cia. Row 3: Membrilla, Doe, Sloanazor, Durate, Leon, Rodriguez, Herria, Roth. Row I: Harrison, Leatherman, Hollins, Alfou , jim:-:rson', Moore, Pittman. Row 2: Kuethhaw, MQKee, Winston, Ishoupel, Isacson, Wilson. Rom 3: Weise, Edwards, O'Donnell, Edmonston. 219 220 Senior Office Social Hour Modeling Club Terpsichoros Tradition Committee I. Ill j If r .y , 1-f'f fax? ' ill , f 5 QQ Q, 44 I ik f E.. SEA. S? , 221 I 0 f if Z, 1 if Z E 5 1 - . 3 I 1 1 r 1 I 5 4 1 . 0 Q J ll! QUEE ,,.. DONNA CREAGER MARDIX .Y'I'IID1O 225 PRI CESSES Who the Tucsonian Queen is has been kept a secret till now. Congratulations go to Donna Creager who has been chosen in this first Tucsonian Queen Contest at T. H. S. This contest got under way in the latter part of November when nominations were held in the homerooms. Over 50 girl's names were submitted. From these, the top twenty girls were placed on the primary ballot. The field was finally narrowed down to ten girls. As the Christmas Holidays drew near, the final elections were held with the outcome being an- nounced in the first edition of the Chronicle after the Christmas vacations. Donna's pretty attendants are Jean Walsh, Vivian Byrd, Sandy Sanders and Joanna Bonecutter. MARIJIS 5'l'UI7IU JEAN WALSH Queen Donna, her lovely blond hair being her JOANN A BONECUTTER MARDIS STUDIO trademark around the school, could be found on the field during football season doing a cute little jig with her fellow song-leaders. She had also been chosen as a rodeo queen attendant this year and was in National Honor Society. In her free time, she sings at dances, meetings and just for plain fun. Her smile and friendly attitude are just a few of Joanna Bonecutter's many wonderful qualities. Put- ting her heart into her work, Joanna kept up the school spirit at football games by leading the student body in cheers. Tennis being her major activity, she some how manages to also attend student council meetings. A National Honor Society member, she also finds time to participate in Girls League, Girls Social Hour and National Honor Service Society. Al- ways reliable, she can usually be found working heartily on dance committees. 226 MARDIS STUDIO VIVIAN BYRD PRI CESS S Born in jackson, Mississippi 16 years ago, blond hair, blue eyed Vivian Byrd finds time to attend Home Room Representatives and Girls League. The only Sophomore among the finalists, she likes out door sports especially swimming. A big hello will usually be heard from Jean Walsh as she hurries to a student council or National Honor Society Meeting. This petit little songleader could also be found at Girls League, or working diligently on the senior follies. Also a rodeo queen attendant, she hails from Tucson. Doing modeling assignments for the Sunshine Modeling Club of which she is sec- retary, Jean was also chosen on Senior Day at the University of Arizona as a Senior Day Princess. Being treasurer of Girls League, Sandy Sanders managed to attend National Honor Society, Assembly Committee Meetings and Girls Social Hour. This striking beauty was one of the rodeo queen attend- ants in the gay festival and was also a junior guard last year. 227 SANDY SANDERS MARDIS sTuD1o IHIIIEU X jf is J SANDERS STUDIO QUEEN-Joanna Bonecutrer 2 28 9553! We My - 'MB Our Queen " M t. T. H. S. Band FINALISTS Were: Row I.' ,leanne Walsh, ,lanice Seller, Sandy Sanders, Joanna Bonecutter, Donna Creager. Ron' 2: Pat Voce, Patti Urich, Phyliss Chipman, Charlotte Vance, Judy Edel. 229 SANDERS DONNA CREAGER Witli the swinging of lariats and the sound of pistol shots the Rodeo season rode into Tucson late this February. Tucson High was invaded by the Western Spirit, too. Girls wore levis, frontier pants and gay squaw dresses throughout the festive week, while the boys looked like cowpokes just off the ranch. 230 TT In the Rodeo parade the THS band and twirling unit was led by the THS rodeo royalty. Queen Joanna Bonecutter was attended by Donna Creager, Sandy Sanders, Pat Voce and jean Walsh. PAT VOCE SANDERS Joanna is head cheerleader, Senior Councilman and a member of the -Sunshine Modeling Club. She is also in various other activities including the Girls' Tennis Team and National Honor Society. SANDERS JEANNE WALSH SANDERS SANDY SANDERS Many THS students were in individual entries in the parade. Particularly outstanding were eight pretty THS girls who threw real red roses from a gilded prairie schooner. Rodeo season, with its vigilantes and bucking broncs, is a cherished Tucson tradition. This is one time when dudes and cowboys alike join together to pay tribute to Tucson's exciting, historic past. 231 f n, V EPTEMBER EVENTS First clay of school .............. .... Mixer ..................................... .... Pep Assembly ....,.............v................. .... Football here against Bisbee ............... .... Football here against West Phoenix ..,.... ..., 232 Enraptured Q We're going to Phoenix! GOLLY! 0CTOBER ff EVENTS Football there against North Phoenix ..,.... 2 Activities Assembly ................................ ...... 6 Football there against Yuma .......,...... ...... 9 Football there against St. Mary's ........ ..,.,. 1 6 Terpsichoros Dance ,.,.,................. ...... 1 7 J Student Council Assembly .t...... ,..... 2 1 IJ- 9 Football here against Mesa ...... ...... 2 3 . Rally and Bar-B-Q ........,,....... ...... 2 5 Newcomers Dance .....,,..,,................... ...... 2 4 Junior Red Cross Assembly .....,................. .,.... 2 7 Football here against Phoenix Union ....... .,.... 3 0 Senior Day at the U. of A. ,.i...........v... ...... 5 1 tvs, "WE'RE THE BACK SEAT DRIVERS" K .NW . "lT'S JUST A LITTLE SNAKE" "WHAT'S THAT?" 3 UVEMBER EVENTS Little Theater Production ,........... ......3,4, 5, 6 20 ' 26 A. E. A. Convention .............................. ....,A. 5 ,6,7 Football here against Douglas .,...,....,........ ,.,,., 1 3 I Football here against Phoenix Union .....,.. ....... Football here against Amphi ,Y..,.,..,......,., .,,,,. . 1' f tfliisw Q19 at Aw li XJ ' it f-:tri ' 2 f Q , 'eu t ra' if 1 L' "' Q is , N tx 5,.zf.3W 'f" ' , 2 .RK B 1 a ' JMMVV ,x B 'L I w lm 234 ta 4. 5- 7 . X. c-J., 'TM JUST A JUNIOR" DECEMBER EVENTS Orchestra Assembly Basketball there against Phoenix Tech Basketball here against Nogales Cross Countrv there against West Phoenix Basketball there against North Phoenix 00 fa D 0 235 Q' x ' ix 3.5 fx fx x -Q f I V ' x , -it N' I' t-fx! ,, , XJ , lk,-V-Q . 4 C.,- . fx f', x. X. Q X s:Q 0 JANUARY EVENTS Basketball there against Nogales ............... Basketball here against West Phoenix ...l.,. Basketball here against Yuma .......,........, Basketball here against Mesa ..,.................. Basketball there against Phoenix Union ..... Dramatic Art Laboratory Theater ............... Basketball here against Glendale ..t.,......,... Basketball here against Phoenix Tech ...,... Basketball here-against Ajo ,.,..,............. Basketball there against Amphi ....,... "WE'RE JUST A LITTLE CONFUSEDU "HI THERE BEAUTIFUL" "VUE CROWN THEE--" DAYDREAMING 236 l FEBRUARY EVENTS Basketball there against Yuma ...........,.... .... 5 Q - TEA Show ............A............,...,..................... .... 5 Q 'Y 5 Basketball here against North Phoenix ........ .... 6 Assembly-Wayne Webb's orchestra ......... ........ 1 0 Basketball here against Phoenix Union ................ 12 Basketball there against West Phoenix .............,., 15 ' 18 Lettermens Dance ....,.,.................,............., ........ Rodeo Assembly .....,.......,,,....................... ........ 18 Basketball there against Glendale ........ ......,..,. 1 9 Basketball there against Mesa .......,., ............... 2 0 Basketball Tournament ,,.............. ......... 2 5, 26, 27 FREEDOM AT LAST JUST A LITTLE HAMMIN' WHO'S AFRAID "HOW'S THAT" 37 A LOOK MARCH Baseball there against Phoenix Tech .......... Track here against Amphi .,..................... Baseball here against Amphi ................................ Band at U. of A ................,.................................... Dramatic Arts ....r.i...........v....... 10, 11, 12 ,13,14, 15, Baseball here against Salpoint ................................ Pipe organ recital .... ,.,.,,......................,......,...,...,, Baseball there against North Phoenix ........ ...... Baseball here against West Phoenix ........ ....... Carnival .v....................,v..........,.............. Baseball here against Yuma ................ Choral Festival .......................,. Baseball here against Mesa .,,,..,..,.,,.,,,,,,, Track here against Glendale .,.................. .,,,.,, Baseball here against Phoenix Union ..,..,,,., .,.,,,, DeMolay Dance ...,.........................,.......... .,.,,,. l f'-7 JNTO TH E FUTURE 509 Q11 QS QSYXXSG X9- S 1 o fl' 9 Q3 I B 1 is BHCQBS 2 AUG oN Y APRIL EVENTS Baseball here against Glendale ,............... .... 2 Baseball here against Phoenix Tech ........ .... 3 Junior Prom ....... : .......,..................,....... .... 3 Terpsichors recitals .........,..........,..... ..... - ..7,8 Baseball there against Amphi ......, ....... 1 O Sophomore Hop ........,.................... ....... I 0 Baseball here against Yuma ............... ....... 1 5 Baseball here against North Phoenix. ....... 17 Track here against West Phoenix .....,.. ....... 1 7 Band Recital ,....,..........,...r..................... ....... 1 9,20 Career Day ......,......................................... ....... 2 1 Baseball here against Phoenix Union ......... r...... 2 3 All city Band concert .s..,..,..... ,.................. ....... 2 3 Baseball here against West Phoenix ........ ....... 2 4 Hi Y Dance ,,....................,...., ............v. ....,.. 2 4 Festival of Arts Finale .,..........,..,....,.. ....... 2 7, 30 ARBOR 001 1 Saw BLUES ge 240 Off .sa ,gs- MAY EVENTS DeMolay Spring Formal .,,,..... ..,, 1 Baseball there against Mesa ...... .... ll Girl's League Luncheon .,..,................... .... Baseball here against Salpoint ...,.........,... .... Follies' rehearsals and production .............. ..., Baseball here against Arizona Frosh ..l...... .... Baseball here against Arizona Frosh ......... .... Track against Phoenix Union ,................ .... Vocal Concert ,..... ...................,.......,...... .... IT JUST TOOK A LITTLE BRAINS - , 3 t ax g A allile' .at t or sg if 'ff to ,,, .K ri ii si . , .,,:. ii i ,, W4., 7 Lkri -.I M, A - K A 5 gtcg 2 lsg, y.g. or , - , . be '- or T ' HN A " h a f li.. li , in 'A MA A 1 '2" if -'i. N in iiii ,av I fa 2 539 V ,,. ' T 'A '22 ' "ISN'T THIS FUN'Q., "SEE I CAN SWIM TOO WELCUME Ursula Lucas To leap the span of miles stretching between Tucson and Europe seemed to be merely a hop to the two exchange students whom we are privileged to have studying at THS this year, Ursula Lucas and Eric Struyf. Ursula was born seventeen years ago in Duisburg, Germany. Contrary to the most people, she was sur- prised to find so many Indians and cowboys in Tucson. Did you know that "hot dogs" our national food, and hamburgers are originally German? They also celebrate a holiday, Karveval, which is a cross be- tween our Halloween and Mardi Gras. Ursula says that it's "real cool." Ever since Ursula, better known to her friends as Ula, arrived in Tucson, she has been active in many organizations such as the Skiing Club, Music Appreci- ation Club, Newcomers Club and others. By the way, her favorite game since she came to America is Bingo. After sailing the Atlantic and traveling cross- country in a bus, Eric Struyf finally alighted at his destination in the midst of our desert. This marked the beginning of a wonderful year in America. Eric is a high school graduate, who according to our scholastic standards, is equivalent to a college sophomore. Eric Struyf He has studied seven languages in preparation for a career in law or politics. Next year he plans to pursue his studies at the University of Brussels. Eric and Ursula, we at THS will miss you next year. We are very glad to have had the privilege of know- ing you and studying along side of you. We sincerely hope that some day soon you will pay us a return visit. l Chris greets foreign students 241 42 f D r Q SE l0R ,A IVY' Have you ever wanted to take a trip to the romantic South Seas? Guests at the Seniors' "Isle of Paradise" did just that. The aura of the islands was all around them. Over 500 couples danced amid swirls of serpentines and multi-colored confetti. Huge murals of island scenes covered the walls. Lovely tropical seas and mountains were shaded in varying colors of blue, purple, and white. Brown, red, yellow and green were also used in the landscapes. On one side of the room a lovely island girl stood by a mural of a brown hut, the deep blue sea and the lush green of an island. Beside her was a sparkling m the ceiling and the center of attraction was a re- volving treetop with three monkeys on it. Dancers glided to the smooth, lilting music of the Hi-Cats, who played in a large grass shack at one end of the room. A sign on top of the shack read: "Club 54." Realistic palm trees were standing throughout the room and everyone felt that they were really on the "Isle of Paradise." Leis in tropical colors were given as favors and the programs were white with the theme and a palm tree embossed on them in green. Refreshments consisted of fruit punch and pastel-colored cakes. Poetic invitations had been sent to special guests telling them of the tour of the Pacific Island at the dance, December 12. Seniors had a wonderful time getting ready for the Prom. Decorations were started two months before the dance. Each mural had to be worked out and filled in with crepe paper. Each was a work of art and took much painstaking labor. The blue backdrops . l ffl l S .Q N 1 , X I ' I 'I ,tr blue fish net. Red roses hung fro had to be fitted together and palm trees had to be made. Invitations and programs were' designed and scenery was collected. It was a lot of work but everyone agreed they wouldn't have missed it for the world! Supervisor of the whole affair was Senior advisor, Danny Romero, who really helped the Seniors put the prom together. XVhat's He Up To? M What Are We Waiting For? --. J' . Glad You Could Come Monkey See, Monkey Do 7- f p 3' -Iglf' W XR: offwfffgiig l N ff! f' ' Julia V , I- X X X -xxjmah 4771 7, f',l17'1XxMJ2N SXsN Q 411 F7 f'!1ffAfiQmyf,,i'1i:XRX T' 5 V 1' 3,4 ffffklh, , QWANX5' ' WM MTW 1""fV'1 XR ,f ff I 'Ng ,-.Mx X Nr 'A " dex BIJHIMIXX 'X ' ff N 'xulliimf X W 5 fi Coats Checked Here 4 44 May I? 0PHOMORE The Sophomore Hop was a great success this year under the direction of Louis Farber and The Sopho- more Class. The Theme "The Greatest Show on Earth" was an exciting array of vivid and gay colors. The theme formed an interesting and exciting back- ground of circus adventure. The dance was held on April 10 in the school cafeteria at 9:00 P. M. The band played dreamy music as well as fast and excit- ing music. Everyone had a good time and is looking forward to next year's Hop and hoping that it will be as successful. Dig In HOP Grand March I Dancing With Stars in Their Eyes So Nice To Meer You So Long 245 S JU l0R PROM Stressing "Rhapsody in Blue" as the main theme, the Junior Class 051953-54 presented its annual junior-Senior Prom on April 3rd. Students danced in a beautiful silver and blue ballroom. Other musical themes were "Young Man with a Horn" and "Torch Song." Mr. Ernest H. Mariscal supervised the festivities. 246 JUST LIKE A PYRAMID "LOOK AT THE BIRDIEU 9 A in du -f x 1 swwxx N Q , fd N W X J, Y., mf. Q V x ' , f' '-- 'Tl . K B FQ' 'xii ,- is .Z fi.. , - i i , ,. 3 '54 K U fig. .1 '. K. :' . 2' MZ ,. f ' 131 if i E51g.f:ifQ-.if-Sig, Mm -V at 1 .54 g:sgw,ig'BQfif1Zg - - Lgww 1: wggeg-1. . , L .iii W. it Bbq.. 1 X , i if L- . wi R5 lg ' K , 1 1 f - .fu S fd . Lf'?Q4?N j 1 I Chris Carroll-Student Body President Janice Devine-Student Body Secretary Jerry Coppolln-Smden! Body Vice-Prefident 48 Kathy Johnson-Senior Clam S ecremry Lillie Lee-Senior Clam Vice-Prefident M ike Morales-President of National Hono S W QQ F A NX jim Robinson-Chief jmtice r ociety I KN ei? Charlotte Vance-Girlx' League Prexident Bob Nordmeyer-Track x x Joanna Bonecutrer-Rodeo Queen Patti Urich-Terpxichoros President joell Turner-Publicatiom Mary McCray-Qfmrterly Managing Editor 50 .Harry ,L W f. V K. - . my ,Qi .L X2 11 f- , S fig ' A 'L 'L 'Y was Q QQ . A31 5 .JA g 'Eff W fm? H x. 'E' K' Lf' Barkdoll-Social Hour Prerident Bill Alexander-Football Paula Williams-Qlzurterly Editor-in-Chief Lynne Roehler-Tnarorziarz Cltmex and Student Life Editor .Q g -nl l"5 Danny Membrilla-Councilman Judy Fleming-Honor Service Society President Dick Nordmeyer--Sportx Ken Zahn-Chronicle Editor-in-Chief' Sylvia Taylor-Prexiderzt of Junior Red Crm! Eugene Karp-Student Body Treamrer Ann De Cook-Tucyonian Ari Editor Jean Walsh-Senior Day Princess wx Xx 1 7 7 I .Q 5 , I 1, 2-' kgs 'K -'M Q 4 e N -x. .e fr Irwin Mordka-Tzzcfonian Edilor Judy Edel-Senior lmtice ev , Bessie Acton-Senior Inftice 1' e e e e , . Sk Marilyn Tench .... Student Government 'T h Q - Q K ., Q K -.eff ,.Q, .. 1 ... it Keith Mardis-Senior Clan Prefident 5 if - 5- S, l X 5. X Nm V -- 51 cis. .2 K .- .' - ..n,:x, G . !-,n.x, --it-, .X -"I, ,W il rx. -.1 .. Q 3. V.. ' -X A 'fgiwi S. .SQ fi Rx ' ' ...J 3. A i w as-.1 5 ff, 4' if , sl x . zijn. Q fqg D, . 3 gf- .b N ,"'H. , a ff f- K . ,K,. ,,, xv? Twq , .. 1 , .Q:i, E 5, , .-.1v5 - f A F x -1 Q. ,,,,,:: . J 'K ,NU .m,. X .1E, b za: ,QQ ,E f I Q 1 l , QA 5 w , hf A .A,, iAQ Ev ik, !, iagqi N L N ' L , ,-, m N X w .3. f'iii' E"g"'g JK A - . ,M 1 1- Q Q' 5 25? E Sm rw . ! 257 06 N9 eg- -SOO O Q' wb CJ Yr X 6 O sg, U ,.k x ik 6' if x QJQ5 , ' Q5 ' 40 W N 1'-'17 a ':'.'- . s:x:.l Its .: tx. X ff I .5!!!.R2 Ann Shoenhair Jimmy Wing Bessie Acton Southern Arizona's Most Complete Dept. Store HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR SPORTS GOODS 81 N. 6th Ave., Tucson Tucsorfs largest and most modern Cooled by Refrigeration UNIVERSITY BARBER SHOP 915 EAST THIRD SAN MAQIIERIALS mc. LITE-WATE BLOCK READY-MIXED Concrete Hope's Steel Sash Concrete Block Patio Stepping Stones Compliments of Hackett and Whiting Motor Co. Tucson's Pontiac Dealer 28 E.AIemeda RAINBOW WATER C0 332 E. 7th '4"1S S D-7-NX - 1.' , 1 1 n 1 vs Itggifqqug' ev ARIZUNATRUSTlIll.'45"5lQQ Good luck, seniorsl gg ! ii3...iE from DRACHMAN REALTY L- L .. i 33 W- PENNINGTON Real Estate , Insurances Rentals Mortgages 136 North Stone ,,- HJ A Qhczrm of the Southwest . For todays casual living see a store full of colorful dresses . . . many, many different ' styles, colors and desiqns to choose from! Designed and made in Tucson By QQAQ' SX X,,,o.+ DIANE LEWIS Dorothy Burns Mary Alice Boyd Betty Newmeyer beautiful flowers from h a I b u r n ' s f I o r i s t 3600 E. Speedway Good Luck, Class of '54 TUCSON LAN D AND DEVELOPMENT 4897 E. Speedway The place to go- FOX-TUCSON THEATRE I7 W. Congress Moran-Postan Agencies 4897 E. SPEEDWAY Congratulations! from the Westerner Flower Shop 3348 E. speedway Yvonne Pat Barbara Bill Cunningham Moore Dillas Belton For Picnic Ice or Party Cubes Stop at one of the many conveniently located vending stations Arizona Ice and Cold Storage 1000 E. 17:11 262 ZARY SOUTH Ranch and Sportsmen's Outfitters 2310 E, Broadway Tucson, Arizona The next time you run out of gas. you'Il wish you stopped a little earlier at Po e's Service Station P 902 E. Third The best of wishes to the graduates S. and W. LUMBER CO. 5001 E. Speedway El RANCHO MARKET 3360 E. SPEEDWAY . , Stella Glenn and Mary lVlcCray shop wisely and thrittily at our large, modern market. 26 COUNTRY CLUB MARKET wishes the best for The Class of '54 3010 E. Broadway Broadway Village Drugs TUCSON'S MOST COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE PRESCRIPTION AND DRUG DEPTS. PI-IOTOCJRAPHIC DEPT. QPEN BABY NEEDS - COSMETICS DAILY 7:30 A.M. to Free parking II P.M. Post office Compliments of- Near the U. of A. MSI SIIOP 901 E. 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Stone Ave. 3440 E. Speedway Superiorityu. Delight Chapins and Susan Daly is proved by past experience M. M. SUNDT, CONST. relaxing in beauty and comfort at SHEARMAN FURNITURE CO 537 N. SIXTH w . 275 Tucsorfs Building Headquarters for 64 years J. Knox Corbett lumber Co Buddy Vaughn T. Ed, Woods Lumber - Hardware - Roofing 210 EAST SEVENTH STREET Sue Lewis Kathy 0'DonneIl "Service with a smile" at T. ED. LITT DRUGS Congress at Scott All Kinds of Glass Southwestern Sash cmd Door 210 Stevens Phone 4-0468 Qillxlaliliw Lp ,ltr 'I9 W ph-rAN,A Broadway Congress Village S' . 0 lx -O Originals in silver and turquoise MODE SHOE SHOP UNUSUAL FOOTWEAR FOR CASUAL AND DRESS 'I08 East Congress Best Wishes for the Class of '54 HASKELL LINEN SUPPLY 301 South Park FRANK S. MINARIK Real Estate -2- Insurance 3920 E. Speedway Phones: 5-6352 6-4953 Tucson, Arizona Don't sell Tucson . . . buy itl First-class line of groceries SHARP'S M A R K E T 5250 E. Speedway 277 Q A 4..1. 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Ohlson Colorado Springs Colorado E Illll I DEX ABRAM, SARA ,..,,,,,..........,..,.......,A,,,.,,,..,,,,,,.,,,,, 32 Tennis 23 Pep Squad 23 Tucsonian Writing Staff 43 Quarterly Writing Staff 43 National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 National Honor Service Society 43 Cabinet 43 Dance Committee 43 junior Guard 33 Homeroom Representative 43 Girl's League 43 Latin Forum 3, 43 Sunshine Modeling Club 2, 3, 43 French Club 43 Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4. ACKERMAN, CAREL .,...,..,....,t......,..........,.,,,,.,.. 32 GAA 23 Bowling Club 2, 3, 43 Swimming Club 23 Volleyball 23 Basketball Club 43 Boots and Saddle Club 4. ACOSTA, DANIEL ...,..,,,.,,,..,.,...r,.,,r.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 32 Band 2, 3, 43 Lyre's Club 2, 3, 4. ACOSTA, LOLITA ,,,,..,,..,,.,..,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 52 ACOSTA, MARINE ,...............,...,.....,.....,.,,,,,,,,,, 32 Football 2, 33 Track 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 2, 33 I.etterman's Club 3, 43 Rifle Club 43 Council 43 Cabinet 43 Dance Committee 2, 3, 43 Home Room Representative 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. ACTON, BESSIE ....................................,....,..,...,. 32 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Pep Squad 23 Chronicle Advertising Staff 23 Quarterly Writing Staff 43 Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Council 43 Dance Committee 33 Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4 CP1pesident 253 Traditions Committee fAs- sociate justice 453 Senior Office 43 Girls' Social Hour Committee 2, 3, 4. ADAMS, DOROTHY ,.,,,...,...,...,,r..,..r.......,...,,,, 32 Allegretto Club 23 Badger Balladeers 3, 43 Girls' League 43 Junior Flag Bearer 3. ADDISON, ROBBY ,A,....,.....,.......,..,................... 32 Rifle Club 2, 3, 4 CSecretary 353 GAA 2, 33 Pep Squad 23 Junior Red Cross 23 Tennis Ladder 3, 43 Swimming 2, AGUIRRE, WILHELMINA ,....,.,..,..................... 32 AKER, PHIL ...., r,...,..,i,,.,,............,...................... 3 2 Fencing 3, 43 junior Red Cross CRepresentative 453 Projectionist Club 3, 43 Bi-Chem-Phy 43 Ping- Pong 3, 43 Science Fiction 3, 4. ALEXANDER, BILL ...........,................................ 32 Football 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4 CSecretary 453 Boys' State 33 Cabinet 4. ALEXANDER, GEORGE E ................................ 32 Rifle Club 2, 3, 4 fVice-President 453 Band 2, 3, 4 CUniform Manager 3, 43 First Sergeant, Per- sonel Manager 453 National Honor Service Society 3, 43 Fencing Club 2, 3, 4. ALEXANDER, LOUISE ....... ............................... 3 2 ALLEN, ROBERT ,.................... ..... 3 2 Band 2, 3, 43 Lyre's Club 4. AI.M, CHARLOTTE ,......,.................................... 32 Pirouettes 33 National Honor Society 43 National Honor Service Society 3, 4 I Executive Committee 4 5 3 Future Teachers Club 3, 4 fSecretary 453 New- comer's Club 3. ALVAREZ, MARY ELLEN . ,,.........................,.. 32 Allegretto Club 23 Junior Flag Bearer 3. AMBACHER, TERRY .,.............,........................ 32 Intra-mural Football 323 Intra-mural Basketball 23 Intra-mural Baseball 23 Junior Red Cross 4. AMPTMAN, ,IOAN .,............................i............. 32 Basketball 43 Volleyball 43 Girls' League 43 Mixer Reception Committee 43 Bowling Club 33 Golf Club 33 Les Poupes Parfaites 43 Tuc-Hi- 43 F. B. L. A. 4. ANDERSON, ALAYNE ..,................................. 32 Organ Club 2, 3. ANDERSON, BILL ,,.,,,...,.,.,,.... , .......................... 32 ANDERSON, FRED ............................................ 32 Badger Balladeers 2, 33 Arion Club 2, 33 Swing Band 43 National Thespian Society 3, 4. ANGEL, FELIX ....................,,,.,,..,,,.,..,....,........, 32 AREINGDALE, DAVID ........,........,..,.,,,.,.....,,,, 32 Intra-mural Sports Manager 23 National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 4. Archery Club 2, 3, 43 Racqueteers 2, 3, 43 Golf Club 2. ARMENTA, GREGORIA .....,..........................,... 32 GAA 43 Allegretto Club 3, 43 Pirouettes 4g Girls' League 43 Les Poupes Parfaites 4. ARONFELD, RICHARD .................................... 32 Badger Balladeers 3, 43 Boots and Saddle 43 Table Tennis Club 43 Music Appreciation Club 4. AROS, ALFRED M. ........................................... . AROS, EVA .......................................................... 32 GAA 2, 3, 43 G.S.L. 2, 33 Basketball 2, 33 Swim- ming 23 Hockey 23 Allegretto Club 23 Badger Balladeers 3, 4g Terpsichotus 3, 4g Pirouettes 2, 33 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 43 Girls' League 3, 43 Class Vice-President 3s Class Secre- tary-Treasurer 43 Dance Committee 3, 43 Les Poupes Parfaites 2, 33 Badminton Club 23 Archery 2. ARRIAGA, ALICIA ......................................... 33 ATHEY, CAROLYN ,,........................................ 33 ATKINSON, MARYLYN ...,.............. .................. 3 3 Tucsonian Circulation Staff 43 Girls' League 43 Tuc-Hi 4. ATKINSON, NANCY ....................................,... 33 GAA 3, 43 Tucsonian Production Staff 43 Band 3, 43 National Honor Service Society 4g Girls' League 43 Golf Club 3, 43 Fencing Club 33 Swim- ming Club 33 Home Room Representative 4. AUBUCHON, TOM ................,........................... 33 Golf 43 junior Red Cross 23 Bowling Club 23 Skat- ing Club 23 Hi-Y 3. AYERS, RUTH ................,......,.......................... 33 Pep Squad 23 National Honor Service Society 3, 43 Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4. BACH, TOMMY ......................................,......... 55 Football Squad 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 43 Lyre's Club 43 Wind En- semble 4. BADILLA, MANUEL .......................................... 33 BAILES, JEANNE ...............................,..,........... 33 GSL 33 Pep Squad 23 Chronicle Staff 43 Tucsonian Staff 43 Quarterly Circulation 43 National Art Honor Society 3, 4 CPresident 453 Tucsonian Art Staff 43 Golf Club 43 FHA 4. BAILEY, BEVERLY ANN ................................ 33 Intra-Mural Basketball 3, 43 Allegretto Club 33 Badger Balladeers 4g Ping Pong Club 2. BAIN, MARILOU ,,..........,..............................,.. 33 Band 3, 43 National Honor Service Society 43 Girls' League 4. BAKER, EUGENE .........................,............,,...,.. 33 BALENTINE, JANET .........,.....................,........ 33 Allegretto Club 23 Badger Balladeers 3, 43 Pirou- ettes 43 National Honor Service Society 3, 43 Girls' League 3, 4. BALL, JIM ...,................................................,..... 33 Football Squad 2, 3, 43 Basketball Squad 23 Track Squad 2, 33 Pep Squad 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4g Boys' Social Hour 23 Other Committees 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. BALL, MILDRED ..............................................,. 33 Boots and Saddle 33 FHA 3, 4 K President 453 Allied Youth 43 Square Dance 33 Golf 3. BALLESTEROS, GEORGE .................................. 33 BALLESTEROS, HERMINIA .................... ..... 3 3 Club Cervantes 43 Future Nurses 4. BARDACK, HAL ................................. ..... 3 3 National Thespian Society 3, 4, Plays "Doctor from Dunmore" "Far-Off Hills." BARKDOLL, HARRY ........................................ 53 Tumbling 4, Pep Squad 2, Swimming 5, "30" Club 2, Boys' Social Hour 4, fPresident 43, Tum- bling 2, 3, 4, Fencing 2, High-Y 4, Swimming 3, Rifle Club 2. BARNES, BARBARA ......................l.............,,.... 33 National Thespian Society 3, 4, CSecretaryJ Plays: "El Soldadera" "Importance of Being Ernest" "Far- Off Hills", National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Junior Guard 5, Latin Forum 2, 5, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4. BARNES, FRANCES ............................................ 53 Quarterly Production Staff 2, 5, 4. BARNETT, JOHN A. ........,,............. ....... 5 3 Tumbling Squad 4. BARRINGTON, ROBERTA ..........,...,,.............. 55 GAA 2, 5, Tennis Ladder 5, 4, Pep Squad 2, Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 5, 4, Intra-Mural Volley Ball 2, Chronicle Managing Editor 4, Chronicle Writing Staff 3, National Honor Society 5, 4, Girls' League 4, Rifle Club 2, Les Poupee Parfaites 4, Tuc-Hi 4. BARTHOLOMEW, RUSSELL ....... ,,..,.. ,,,i,., 3 3 Projectionist Club 5. BARTLETT, JIMMY .,,...,,...,......,..,..........,,,,.,,,,, 33 BATEMAN, GUY .,..,,,,.....,,..,..,,,.......,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 55 Letterman's Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4, Archery Club 5, 4, Boots and Saddle Club 4, Tumbling Cheerleader 4. BATES, CAROL .................................................. 34 Pirouettes 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Junior Guard 5, Tuc-Hi 4. BATTAGLIA, MARIA ........................................ 34 Archery Club 4. BAUMER, GRACE ,..... ....... 3 4 Orchestra 4. BAUERSOCKS, JIM .,..... ......, 3 4 Bowling 3. BEAL, RAY ..................... ....... 3 4 BECERRIE, BOBBY .............. .... .... ....... 3 4 Wrestling 2. BECKER, BILL .........................................,........,. 34 Football 2, Baseball 2 CManagerD, Boys' Social Hour 4, Junior Guard 5, Hi-Y 4. BECKLEY, GERRY ....,............................ . ....... 34 Wood Crafts 2 BEISWENGER, BARRY ........ ....... 3 4 BELDING, BEVERLY ..............,.............,........... 34 BELL, DOUG ...,.................................................. 34 Football 2, 3, Baseball 2, 5, 4, Boys' Social Hour 2. BELTON, BILL ,,,.....................,............................. 34 Junior Flag Bearer 3. BEMBERY, ICIE ........................................,......... 34 Cheer Leader 3, Pep Squad 2, Secretary-Treasurer CJuniorJ. BENITEZ, IRMA ................................................ 34 GAA 3, 4, Pirouettes 5, 4. BENNETT, SHERRY .............. ........................ 3 4 F. H. A. 5, 4. BERGIN, HELEN ........,....................................... 34 G. A. A. 4, Quarterly Circulation Staff 4, Pirouettes 2, Girls' League 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, Mixer 4, Tuc-Hi 3, 4, Teen Canteen 4, Les Poupee Par- faites 4, Boots and Saddle Club 5. BERGMANN, MARGARET .............................. 34 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4. BERMAN, BILL ...........,........................................ 54 Basketball 2, Home-room Representative 4, Ping Pong Club 4, Bowling 4. BERTAGNA, DICK ............................................ 54 Football 2, 5, 4, Track 2, 5, Letterman's Club 3, 4. BILKE, REATHA ................................................ 34 Tuc-Hi 2, Girls' League 4, F. H. A. 4, Square Dance Club, 2, Future Nurses Club 4. BLACKMORE, CAROL ........................ ....... 5 4 Golf Club 2. BLEIER, FARELL JEAN ........ ....... 5 4 F. H. A. 4. BODELL, DAVID ...... ....... ....... 5 4 BOLLINGER, PEGGY ........ ....... 5 4 BOND, HOPE ...................................................... 35 BONECUTTER, JOANNA ................................ 55 G. A. A. 2, 5, 4, G. S. L. 5, Girls' "T" Club 5, 4, Tennis Club 2, 5, 4, Cheer Leader 2, 5, 4, Pep Squad 2, Pirouettes 2, National Honor Society 5, 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 5, 4, Girls' League 2, 5, 4, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Mixer 5, 4, Junior Guard 53 Councilman 2, 3, 4, Racquetters 2, 3, 4, Handball Club 2, Danc- ing Club 2, Archery 2, Tuc-Hi 2, 5, Social Hour 2, 5, 4, Modeling Club 4. BONN, BOB .................,...................................... 35 Wrestling 5, 4. BORBON, CARMEN .......................................... 55 Allegro Club 5, Allegretto Club 2, Badger Bal- ladeers 53 Iunior Guard 5. BOTFIELD, JOEL .............................................. 55 Chronicle Advertising Staff 4, Quarterly Circula- tion Staff 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4 fMaster Degreelg "5O" Club 2, 5, 4 CPresi- dentj, Boys' Social Hour 5, 4, Junior Red Cross 5, Council 3, Mixer Committee 5, 4, CGeneral Man- agerbg Writer's Club 2, 5, 4 CPresident 57,7151 Cervantes 5, 4, Library Staff 2, 5. BOWERS, RUTHIE . .......................................... 35 Boots and Saddle Club 4, Newcomer's Club 4, Table Tennis 4. BOWLES, SUSAN ................................................ 35 Pep Squad 2, Basketball Club 2, 4, Swimming 2, Chronicle Advertising Staff 2, National Honor Service Society 2, 4, Girls' League 2, 5, 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 5, 4. BOYD, MARY ALICE ........................................ 55 Tennis 2, 5, Song Leaders 4, Pep Squad 2, Chroni- cle Advertising Manager 4, Chronicle Advertising Staff 2, 5, Quarterly Subscription Staff 3, National Honor Society 5, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 5, 4 CSec- retary 49, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 2, Homeroom Representative 5, Tuc- Hi 2, 3, 4 fVice-President 573 Girls' Social Hour 2, 3, 4, Girls' State 5. BOYNTON, ERNEST .......................................... 55 Chronicle Staff 5, Quarterly Writing Staff 53 National Honor Service Society 3, Newcomers' Club 2, F. T. A. 2. BRACAMONTE, OSCAR ............... ..................... 5 5 BRADY, PAT .......................... ....... 5 5 Girls' League 4, Tuc-Hi 4. BRAGG, DONALD ............................................ 55 Football Squad 2, Basketball Squad 2, Allied Youth 2. BRANDWYNNE, LOIS ...................................... 35 Ouarterly Writing Staff 3, 4, National Honor So- ciety 4, Chess Club 2, 3, 4. BRANSON, JACK ................ BRASKER, ROBERT ,......... ,,..,,. ERETHOUR, JOHN ......... ,...,,, 5 5 BRIERLEY, CHUCK .......................,...........,.,,... 55 BRIGGMAN, BERNARD .................................. as Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Basketball Squad 2, Letter- 2 1nan's Club 3, 41 Quarterly Production Staff 41 Hi- Y 2, 3, 4. BROOKS, JIM ....................................,................. 35 Track Squad 2, 3, 41 Letterman's Club 3, 41 Cross Country 3, 41 Chronicle Sports Writer 41 Boys' Social Hour 41 Model Airplane Club 2. BROWN, LOIS .,.......4.....................,...,...,........,.,. 35 Allegro Club 3, 41 Badger Balladeers 3, 41 BRYAN, DAVID ...........,.....,.............................. 35 BRYANS, BRIAN .................,.,..........,................. 35 BUFFINGTON, BERNICE ....,. ...... 3 5 BUGBEE, ELNORAH ......... ,..... ...... 3 5 Pep Squad 2. BURKE, BOB ..........,...,.......,...,,,.........,................. 35 Badger Camera Clickers 4 CVice President 45. BURNETT, JACK .............,..........,............,.,...... 35 Band 2, 5, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. BURNETT, PAUL ,..,............,.,..,...........,...,.......... 36 BURNS, DOROTHY LOU ...,..,....,,.......,............. 36 GSL 2, 3, 41 Pep Squad 21 Girls' Social Hour 2, 3, 41 Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 41 Modeling Club 41 Mixer Com- mittee 2, 3. BURR, BRUCE .......................ii........................... 36 BURRIS, PAT ...................................................... 36 Intra-Mural Basketball 21 Girls' League 2, 3, 41 FTA 2, 5, 41 FHA 4, Tuc-Hi 4. BURSEY, JOHN .2..,....................... ...... BURTON, RICK .......2........................................ BUSH, EDWARD ,,,.................,........................... 36 Bi-Chem-Phy 3, 41 Science Fiction Club 2, 3, 4. BUSHROE, DONNA .,........................................ 36 Pep Squad 21 National Honor Society 3, 41 Junior Red Cross 31 Girls' League 41 Junior Guard 31 Tra- ditions Committee 4 CSecretary 451 Square Dance Club 21 Les Poupees Parfaits 4. BUSHROE, RICHARD ..,..,,,,,,r,,,.,,,...,...,,...V....,... 36 BUTLER, BARBARA .,,....................................... 36 GAA 21 Pirouettes 21 Girls' League 21 Future Nurses 21 FBLA 21 Newcomers' Club 21 Tuc-Hi 2. BUTLER, CHARLES .. ..,,,,,,.....,,...,...................... 36 Band 2, 3, 41 Orchestra 41 Swing Band 3, 4. BYNUM, LAVONNE .............................,............ 36 BYRNE, DANNY ,,i..,..,.......,,,.,.......................,, 36 Swing Band 2, 3, 4. CAIN, PHIL .........,,,..,.,,,i,,,...... .......................... 3 6 Band 2, 3, 41 Lyre's Club 41 Woodworking Club 2, 4. CALLAHAN, BILL H ,, ,,,,,.,,,......,..........,,,......... CAMPOS, ALFRED ,,,,,, ...... 3 6 Wrestling 2, 3, 4. CARMICHAEL, DON , ,,.,,,, ,,,, , , .,,,......,,.,, 36 Track Squad 2, 3, 41 Cross Country 2, 3, 41 Letter- man's Club 3.4: Hi-Y 2, 3. CARMONY, CHARLENE ,, ,,,,,...., ...,...,,,..,,..,,,. 3 6 Chronicle Head Typist 41 Pep Squad 21 National Honor Society 3, 41 Girls' League 2, 3, 41 Girls' State 31 FTA 3, 4 fPresident 451 Future Nurses 3, 4. CARNEY. JOYCE . ....,..,.,., ...,.,. .........,......... 3 6 CARRILLO, CONRAD ,,,,.i...,..,......... ........,,..... Golf: Chronicle Photographer, Badger Camera Clickers. CARRILLO,,IlM ..... ...... ssss ....,,........,....... . , Football Squad 2, 3, 41 Letterman's Club 41 Quar- terlv Production Staff 3, 4. CARROCCI, DAVE .....,.,............. .. ................... 36 Football Squad 41 Tucsonian Photographer 41 Bad- ger Balladeers 2, 3, 41 Arion Club 2, 3, 41 Badger Camera Clickers 41 Council 41 Junior Guard 3. CARROLL, CRIS .............,................,......,............ 36 Football Squad 2, 31 National Honor Society 3, 41 Class President 21 Cabinet 31 Dance Committee 2, 31 Student Body President 41 Junior Class Councilman 3. CARSON, BILL .................................................. 36 Football Squad 2, 3, 41 Intra-Mural Basketball 21 Intra-Mural Baseball 21 Table Tennis Club 3. CARTER, EDDIE ........,...................,................... 36 Track Squad 2, 3, 41 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 41 Cross Country 2, 3. CASADAY, CLAIRE ..............................,,............ 36 Terpsichorus 3, 41 Girls' League 3, 41 Dance Com- mittee 2, 31 Publicity Committee Girls' League 41 Junior Guard 31 Tuc-Hi 3, 4. CASEY, MARGUERITE .......,.........................,.... 36 CASTANEDA, ROSIE ........................................ 36 CASTELLANOS, RICHARD .............,.................. 36 Junior Guard 31 Spanish Club 3, 4 CPresidentj1 Dancing Club 41 Hi-Y 4. CASTILLO, PHIL .....,.,...............................,........ Football Squad 2, 3, 41 Basketball Squad 21 Base- ball Squad 21 Track Squad 2, 3, 41 Hi-Y 2. CELAYA, ALBERT ......................,....................... 36 CHANDLER, DAVID ................................ Basketball Squad 21 Track Squad 3. CHAPPLE, FREMAN ........................................ CHAPIUS, DELYTE ....................,....................... 37 GAA 2, 41 Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 3, 41 Terpsi- chorus 3, 41 Pirouettes 21 Chronicle Circulation 2, 3, 41 Tucsonian Circulation 41 Girls' League 41 Boots and Saddle 2. 31 FTA 3, 41 Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 41 Alice in Arizonaland 3. CHIPMAN, PHYLLIS ............................,........... 37 Song Leader 41 Pep Squad 21 Chronicle Exchange Staff 41 Tucsonian Ad Staff 31 Sophomore Class Vice-Presidentg Council 41 Senior Office 41 Junior Guard 41 Assembly Committee 2, 31 Girls' League 3, 41 Tuc- Hi 2, 3, 41 Modeling Club 4. CI-IRISTMAN, GENE ,...............,......................... 37 Badger Balladeers 2. 3, 41 Arion Club 2, 3, 41 Boys Quartet 41 Double Mixed Q. 41 Star Gazers 2. CISNEROS, MARTHA ,,,.. .................................. 3 7 CLIFFORD, NANCY .,,, , ,, .,,,,.. ...... 3 7 GAA 21 Allegro Club. CLISTER. CAROL .. . ..... 37 COBB, DORIS ., I I ,..... 37 COFFEY, JIM ,,,...,.,,,..,,. ...... ........ ...... 3 7 COKER, DANNY .....,,.,,....................... ...... 3 7 Football Squad 21 Junior Guard 3. COLE, JUDY ..... ...... .... .............. ........................ 3 7 Chronicle Writing Sfilffl Quarterly Writing Staff1 Fencing Club 31 Chess Club 3, 41 Bi-Chem-Phy 31 'Star Gazers 31 German Club 3, 41 Science Fiction Club 3, 41 Music Appreciation Club 4. CONRAD, SANDRA ..... ....................... .......... 3 7 National Honor Service Society 3, 41 Girls' League 41 Iunior Guard 31 FHA 4. COOPER.JOHN ..... . . ,.....,....,................,...... 37 coppota, JERRY ...........,................,,......, .. 37 Football Squad 2, 3, 41 Baseball Squad 2, 3, 41 Letterman's Club 3. 41 Dance Committee 3, 41 Tunior Guard 3: Student Body Vice-President 41 Hi-Y 2, 3. 4. CORDIER, LARRY , .....,..,,,.....,,,.,.,...,,....,,,. 37 I.etterman's Club 2, 3, 41 Wrestling 2, 3. CORDOVA, ALICE ........, ,,,,,.,,..,,,,................. .... 3 7 CORDOVA, MARY , ,..... ..,,,...................,.......... 3 7 Girls' League 41 Les Poupees Parfaits 3, 41 El Cervantes 4. CORDOBA. MERCEDES . .,.....,.. ,......,..... . .. CORR, BARBARA ,,...... COTA, LYDIA ..... Allegretto 2. COTTEN, LEALA .........,..,.,...............,,,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,. 37 GAA 2, 3, GSL 2, Badger Balladeers 3. COTTON, FORST .........,.,....,...........,..........., COURSEY, MARTHA .......,.,.,....................,,,.,,,, COVARRUBIAS, BLANCHE ....,..,,.............,.,,,.,, GAA 2, 4, Allegro Club 3, Allegretto Club 2, Badger Balladeers 3, FBLA 4. COX, JOHN ..,..,...,,,.....,...........,..,,,,............,....... CRANE, ANN .......,..,,,,...................,..,...,...,,,.,,,, 37 Chronicle Staff 4, Quarterly Writing Staff 4, Alle- gretto Club 4, National Honor Service Society 4, Future Nurses Club 3, 4 QPresident 45, Home Room Representative 3, 4. CRAVEN, JOHN ,,,,,.........,.,,,......,........,.,,,.,,,,,,,. 37 Football Squad 2, 3, Track Squad 2. CREAGER, DONNA ..,,..........,.....,,..........,,,.,,,,., 37 Song Leaders 4, Pep Squad 2, Allegretto Club 2, Modeling Club 4, Girls' League 4, Tuc-Hi 4. CRIGER, JEANETTE .,....................,,................,. 37 Organ Club 2, 3, Skating Club 3. CROCKETT, DONNA .............,.,...............,........ 37 Social Hour Dance 4, Newcomers Club 4. CRUZ, IGNACIO ...,.............,.,.,.......................... National Art Honor Society 3. CUNNINGHAM, YVONNE ....,...,..................... 37 Raqueteers 3, Pep Squad 2, Basketball 2, 4 CPresi- dent 45, Chronicle Writing Staff 3, 4, Tucsonian Opening Editor 4,,lQuarterly Writing Staff 3, Band 3, Pirouettes 4, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 4, Junior Red Cross Repre- sentative 4, Homeroom Representative 3, Tuc-Hi 3, 4, Tennis Ladder 2, 3, Bowling Club 2, Senior Prom 4. CURRIE, -IAMES F. ............................................ 37 CUTLIP, JACK ..........,......................................... 37 Track Squad, Rifle Club 2, Badger Balladeers 3, 4, Arion Club 3, 4. DALY, SUSAN .........,..............,r.......................... 38 GAA 2, Pep Squad 2, Rifle Club 33 Tucsonian Typing Staff 4, Allegretto Club 2: Pirouettes 2, Terpsichorus 3, 4 "Alice In Arizonaland", Dra- matics 3, "Tonight At 8:l5", National Honor Service Society 4, Junior Red Cross Representa- tive 3: Iunior Guard 3, Homeroom Representa- tive 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Tennis Ladder 3, Tuc- Hi 2, 3, 4 CPresident 45, Dance Committee: Sophomore Hop 2, Junior Prom 3, Senior Prom 4, Teen Canteen 4. DAMATO, LOUISE .........,..,..........,..,................... 38 GAA 2, Pep Squad 2, Tucsonian Production Staff 4, Swing Band 4, 'Pirouettes 2, Terpsichorus 3, 4 "Alice In Arizonalandu, Junior Red Cross Representative, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Iunior Guard 3, Homeroom Repre- sentative 3, Girls Social Hour 3, 4, Archery Club 2, Sunshine Modeling 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4. DANIELSON, DURELLE .................................... 38 Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, Latin Forum 2, "Youth on the Beam" 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. DANNELLY, IOI-IN ...........,...................,.........,.. Bowling Club 2, 3, 4. DARAME, IOE ,,,........... ....... 3 8 DARRIS. FRANKLIN ......... ....... DORSETT. LARRY .....,..,....... ....... 3 8 DAUGHERTY, GEORGE ....,... ..,.,.. DAVENPORT, PAT ........... ....... 3 8 DAVIDSON. EARNIE .,...,..............,..............,.... 38 DAVIS, BETTE ..,.,............................................... 38 GAA 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Handball 2, 3, 4, Quarterly Subscription Staff 4, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 2, 3, Hockey 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Future P. E. Teachers 2. DAY, FLOYD ...................................................... 38 DE COOK, ANN ......................,,..............,........... 38 Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Advertising 3, Tucsonian Advertising 3, Tucsonian Art Staff 3 CEditor 45, National Art Honor Society 4 QTreasurer5, Terpsi- chorus 4, Pirouettes 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4 CExecutive Committee 45, Girls' Social Hour 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, junior Guard, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4. DELFOSSE, DICK ..................,............,...,...,........ 38 DEMING, ANDREW ................. .... DENT, BOB ...................................... ........ 3 8 DERENGOUISKI, ROSALIE ................... ........ 3 8 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, F. H. A. 3, 4. DESSART, REA ....................................,............. 38 Allegretto Club 2, "Far-Off Hills "4. DEVINE, JANICE ....,........................................... 38 Pep Squad 2, Song Leader 4, Chronicle Editorial Board 4, Chronicle Writing Staff 2, 3, Tucsonian Writing Staff 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, CVice-President 35, Girls' Social Hour 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3, Council 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Mixer Committee 3, 4CChairman 45, Girls' State 3, Secretary 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, Writer's Club 2. DIETZMAN, KIETI-IA ........,............................... 38 National Art Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Girls' League 3, 4, Newcomers' Club 3, 4. DI LARENZO, DAVID ........................................ 38 DILLAS, BARBARA ...........,................................ 39 Pep Squad 2, Tucsonian Subscription Staff 2, Quarterly Subscription Staff 3, 4, Terpsichorus 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, junior Guard, Mixer Committee 33 Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4. DIMLER, LIONEL ................................................ 39 Tennis 4, Band 3, 4, FBLA 2. DINGLE, RODNEY ............................................ 39 Pilots' Club 2, 3, Projectionist Club 2, 3. DIRENFELD, TED .............................................. 39 National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Bowling Club 2. DITTO, ,IOANNE ...,........,................................... 39 DOE, EDDIE .....,.................................................. 39 Chronicle Cartoonist 4, Junior Guard 3, Allied Youth 3, El Club Cervantes 4, Social Hour Danc- ing 4. DOMUIGUEZ, GENE ........ Basketball Club 2. DONAHO, DONA .............................................. DORAME, JOE ..........,....,.....,......................... ..... Baseball 2, Basketball 2, Football 2, Quarterly Pro- duction Staff 3. DOSSETT, LARRY ............................................ Pep Squad 2, Football 2, 3, Track 2, Hi-Y 2, 3. DOUGLAS, DALE ................................................ 39 Badger Balladeers 4, Arion Club 4, Home Room Representative 3: Junior Red Cross 3: "30" Club 4, El Cervantes 2. DOUGLAS, JOHN .,,........................................... Basketball 3: Track 2, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4. DOWNS, GEORGE ............................................ 39 Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Model Airplane Club 2, 3, Latin Forum 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Representative 4. '7 4. 286 DOWNS, GEORGE ...... ..... 5 9 DRAKEY, FLORA .,,........ ..... 3 9 DUNCAN, NEAL ................ ..... 3 9 Intra-Mural Basketball 2. DUNHAM, ELSIE ,,,............. ............. ..,.. 3 9 Tuc-Hi 2. Duran, Roy ....................,....................................... 39 National Honor Service Society 2, Organ Club 2, 3, 4, Nurses 2, 3, 4. EADES, LELA ,..,.................................................. 39 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.S.L. 4, Tucsonian Photographer 4, Badger Camera Clickers 4, Tumbling 3. 4. ECCLESTON, WILLIAM ,,.................................. 39 Latin Forum 2, Bi-Chem-Phy 4. - ECKARDT, RUTH .............................................. 39 G.A.A. 2, Tennis, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Councilman 4, FHA 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, 4: Business Com- mercial Club 3, 4. EDEL, JUDY ........................................................ 39 Tucsonian Writing Staff 2, Pirouettes 2, Terpsi- chorus 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, junior Guard 3, Girl's League 2, 3, 4, Girl's State Alter- nate 3, Senior Justice 4. EDWARDS, GUY ................................................ 39 EDWARDS, LYNN ............................................ 39 Tennis 2, 3, Pep Squad 2, Cheer Leader 4, Chroni- cle Exchange Staff 4, Gir1's League 3, 4, Council 3, Cabinet 4,tDance Committee 3, 4, Mixer Com- mittee 4, Rifle Club 2, Tennis Club 2, Tuc-Hi 3, 4, Golf Club 3, 4, Home Room Representative 3, Teen Canteen 3, 4, PTA Committee 4, Red Cross Chairman 4, Badger Mixer Committee 4. EDWARDS, MAURICE .................................... EISENLORD, MARLA JANE ........ ........ ..... 3 9 National Honor Service Society 2. ELPERN, ZITA ..........,.......................... .... 3 9 Pirouettes 3, Future Nurses 3, 4. ELZY, BILLY ,....................................................... ENRIQUEZ, LOU ................................................ 39 Lettermar1's Club 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Badger Balla- deers 3, 4, Arion Club 3, 4. EPPLEY, MYRON .............................i................ 39 Model Airplane Club 2, 3. EPSTEIN, SHELDON ........................................ 39 Tennis 2, 3, Ping Pong Club 2, Chess Club 2, Racqueteers 2. ESCALANTE, CARLOS ......,................................. 40 ESCH, LEE ......,..........................,......,................... 40 Chronicle Sports Editor 4, Sports Staff 3, Tuc- sonian Writing Staff 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Boys, Social Hour 4, Council 3, Cabinet 4, Boys' State 3. ESHLEMAN, CAROLYN ............,....................... 40 GAA 2, 3, GSL 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 4, Wind Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Pirouettes 2, National Honor Society 4, National Instru- mental Music Society 2, 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 4, Girl's League 2, 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, FTA 2, 3, French Club 3, 4. ESPERON, GRACE ............................................ National Honor Service Society. ESPINO, PETE .................................. Ouarterlv Production Staff 2, 3. ESPINO, RICHARD ..........,................................. FACIO, BERTHA ..,......................,...,,................. 40 GAA 2, GSL 2, 3, Pirouettes 2, Handball Club 3, El Cervantes 4. FARABEE, IOE ............................i..................... 40 FAURE, BRUCE .................................................. 40 Radio Club 2, 3, Ski Club 2, Boots and Saddle Club 2, 3, 4, Wood Craft 4, Rifle Club 2. FAUX, JIM .............. ...... 4 0 FEIG, LEROY ........ ...... 4 0 FELIX, MARY ........ ...... 4 0 El Cervantes 3. FELIX, ToNY ...................................................... 40 FERNANDEZ, AMELIA .................................... 40 GAA 2, Chronicle Photographer 3, 4, Pirouettes 3, 4, Badger Camera Clickers 3, 4. FETZER, BONNIE .............................................. 40 FIELD, DOUG ...................................................... 40 Pep Squad 2, Intra-Mural Football and Basketball 2, 3, Quarterly Production Staff 3, 4, Band 2, Boys' Social Hour 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 5, Hi-Y 2, 5. FIELDEN, LARK ......... ...... FIELDMAN, DON ......... ...... 4 0 FIELDS, DAVID ....... ...... 4 0 Wrestling 2. FIFIELD, BILL ...................................................... 40 FINK, SHIRLEY .................................................. 40 Girls' League 4, Dance Committee 4, junior Flag Bearer 3, Les Poupee Parfaites 3, 4, Newcomers Club 4. FISHMAN, BOB ............... .................................. 4 0 Tennis 4, Table Tennis 2, Golf 2, Dance Commit- tee 2, 3, Chess Club 3, Raqueteers Club 3, Table Tennis Club 2, 3. 4, Bowling Club 4, Hi-Y 4. FLEMING, JUDY ....................,........................... 40 Allegretto Club 3, Badger Balladeers 4, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Girls' League Publicity Committee, junior Guard 3, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, Girls' Social Hour 3, 4, Fencing Club 2. FLEWELLING, BILL ........ ...... FLORES, BELIA .............. ...... 4 0 FLORES, IGNACIO .......................................... FORSHEY, CAROL ......... .................................. 4 0 Allegro Club 3, Allegretto Club 2, Badger Balla- deers 3, Swing Band 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Tuc- Hi 2, 3, 4. FOSS, GAIL .......................................................... 40 Pirouettes 4, Plays: "The Sympathetic Ogre" 4. FRAMPTON, SYLVIA ........................................ 40 Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Writing Staff 2, 3, 4, Tucsonian Writing Staff 4, National Honor Society 3, 4 CSecretary 43, Girls' League 3, 4, Council 3, 4,lDance Committee 2, 3, 4 CProgram Chairman 2, 33, Mixer Dance Publicity Chairman 4, Student Body Historian 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Girls' Social Hour 4, Senior Office 4, Racqueteers Club 3. FRANCISCO, MARY ........................................ FHA 3, Square Dance Club 32 GAA 4, Allied Youth 4. FRANK, SUE .......... ...............................,............, 4 0 FREMMING, PAT ................................ .............. 4 I FRIESNER, VIRGINIA ........................................ 41 Archery 2, Tuc-Hi 2, Ski Club 4, FHA 4, Boots and Saddle 3. FRISCH, MARILYN ............................................ 41 FROST, MARC IA ...................... ......................... 4 I Pep Squad 2, Girls' League 2, 4, Badminton Club 2, Bowling Club 4, Les Poupees Parfaits 3, Table Tennis Club 4. GAINES, ED ........................................................ 41 National Honor Society 4. GALHOUSE, LAVERNE .................................... 41 GAA 2, 3, 4, Girls' "T" Club 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Intra-Mural Basketball 4, Chronicle Sports Writer 3, 4, Quarterly Subscription Staff 4, Girls' League 4, Handball Club 2, 4, Raquetters Club 2, 3, Bad- mitton Club 2, 3. GARCIA, ELDA .,.....,.....,,,............................... .. 41 Quarterly Production Staff 3, 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, FBLA 3, 4. GARNER, JENNIE .,..,,..........,,.,,,,.,...............,,4,,. 41 Allegretto Club 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, Na- tional Honor Society 4. GARRETT, JAMES .......,.A......,,,...........,,..,.,......... 41 Band 2. GARRETT, JOHN .............. ....,.. 4 1 GASTELLUM, ALFRED ....... ....... 4 1 GATES, BOB ...................... ....... 4 1 Ski Club 4, Hi-Y 4. GAUT, MARGARET ...,...................................... 41 Rifle Club 3, Tucsonian Typing Head 4, Terpsi- chorus 3, 4, "Alice In Arizonaland" 3, Pirouettes 2, National Honor Society 4, Girls' League 2, Junior Guard 3, Sunshine Modeling Club 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, Bowling Club 4, Junior Red Cross 4, Pep Squad 2, Senior Index Editor 4. GAVIGAN, JUNE ............................................t... 41 Song Leader 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Girls' League 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 3, 4. GAWSNER, JUDY ............................................ 41 GSL 4, Song Leader 4, Pep Squad 2, Intra-Mural Basketball 2, Pirouettes 2, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 4, Future Nurses 4, Newcomers' Club 4, Tuc-Hi 4. GEE, HELEN ...,...,..........,,..........,....,,................. 41 Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Photography Editor 4, Chronicle Photographer 3, Pirouettes 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' League 3, 4, Badger Camera Clickers 3, 4 CTreasurer5, Boots and Saddle 4, FBLA 4, FTA 3, 4. GEISEL, BARRY .,......,.......................................,, 41 GERMAIN, JOYCE .............................................. 41 GIBBS, PHYLLIS ...........................t.................... 41 Chronicle Staff 3, 4, Quarterly Subscription Staff 4, Quarterly Writing Staff 3, Plays: "Soldadera", "The Far-off Hills", "Tonight At Eight-Fifteen" 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' League 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Mixer Committee 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3. GIBSON, DELORES .,.,.........,..,........................... 41 Allegretto Club 4, Band 2, 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 4, Newcomers Club 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3. GILBERT, DON .........,...................,,................... 41 GILFILLAN, ASA .............. .... GILLESPIE, VIRGINIA .,,.........,......................... GLENN, LEON ,................................,,............,..,. Baseball Squad CManager5 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. GLENN, STELLA ,........,,..,,..........,..............,....... ' 41 Tucsonian Typing Staff 4, Girls' League 4, FHA 4, Tumbling 3, 4, Archery Club 2. GOCKSTETTER, BETTY ....,....,...........,,....,...... 41 GODARE, DON ....,............,..................,..,..,..,,... 42 Track Squad 2, Intra-Mural Baseball 2. GOLDING, JACK ...,.....................,...................... 42 Quarterly Writing 4. GOLDWYN, HOWARD .,..,................. ,..,.,. 4 2 Rifle Club 3, Bi-Chem-Phy 3, 4. GONTA, DOROTHY .....................,...,,.......,....... 42 National Honor Society 4: Girls' League 3, -4, Newcomers Club 3: Les Poupees Parfaits 3. GOODMAN, ELIZABETH ,,.........,...,.,.............. Girls' League 4, Tuc-Hi 4, Sunshine Modeling Club 4. GOODMAN, HELEN ...... ....... 4 2 Organ Club 2, 3, Skating Club 3. GOODWIN, EECKY ..,.,,,,................ .,...,...,,.... 4 2 GOULLABIAN, HERBERT .........,,.....,..,.,.....,..,. GRACIA, so1LA ...............,....,........................... Pep Squad 2, Tucsonian Circulation 2, Pirouettes 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, El Cervantes Club 2, Home Room Representative 2. GRANSIE, RONALD .................... ...,. 4 2 Rifle Club 4. GRATH, JIM .......,...................,.............. ..... 4 2 GRAY, DON .....,.......................................... ..... 4 2 Homeroom Representative 4, Hi-Y 4. GREEN, JEAN .,.,........................................ ..... 4 2 Future Nurses 4. GREEN, MARY .......... ..... 4 2 Newcomers Club 4. GREENBERG, ANN .......,...................,.....l.......... 42 G.A.A. 2, Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Writing Staff 2, 3, 4, Writing Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 3, Junior Guard 3, Girls' League 2, Archery Club 2, Music Ap- presciation Club 3, Bi-Chem-Phy Club 3, Camp Counselors Club 4, Fencing Club 2, Future Nurses Club 3. GREER, CAROLYN ............................................,. 42 Pep Squad 2, National Honor Society 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, F. H. A. 4, F. T. A. 3, 4, Youth On The Beam 3, 4. GRIFFITHS, GAY .,..,........................................... 42 Pep Squad 2, Basketball Club 2, Intra-Mural Hockey 2, Archery 4, F. H. A. 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 4, Ski Club 4. GRIGGS, WARREN .....,................................,..... 42 Chronicle Editorial Board 4, Quarterly Writing Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Radio Club 2, 3, 4, fSecretary 2, President 352 Bi-Chem-Phy 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer 45, Science Fiction 4, Projec- tionist Club 3, 4. GRIMM, IMA JEAN .....,..............,..,.................... 42 Song Leaders 4, Band 2, Sunshine Modeling Club 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4. GRIMM, NORMA .....,...................................,.,.. 42 Song Leaders 4, Band 2, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Mixer 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, Sunshine Model- ing Club 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4. GRISCOM, GALT ...,,,..,....,.......................,,......... GROSS, BEN ....,.t.,.............,....,,........................... 42 Chronicle Writing Staff 4, Orchestra 3, 4 fPresi- dent 45, Swing Band 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Boys' Social Hour 4 fVice-President 45, Homeroom Representative 4, Bi-Chem-Phy 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. GROTH, JIM ...................................................... 42 Orchestra 3, Hi-Y 3, Newcomers Club 2. GUESS, OLIVIA ,,....................,.......................,,.... 42 G. A. A. 4, Junior Guard 3, F. H, A. 4, F. T. A. 4. GUILD, GLENN .......,.......................................... 42 Football 2, Gymnastics 3, 4, Tumblers 2. GUIRE, TED ,...........................................,........... 42 Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Track 2, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Boys' Social Hour 3, 4, Council 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Junior Guard 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. GUMM, DALE .................................................... 42 GUNTER, JOE ................................,..............,...... 42 Basketball Squad 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letter- man's Club 3, 4, Iunior Red Cross 2, 3, 4. GURVITZ, RONNIE ......................,,.,...,...,.,..,,,, 43 Thespian Society 2, 3, 4, CVice-President 3, 45, Fencing Club 4. GUSTAFSON, TERRY ........ ..,.. 4 3 7 GUTIERREZ, MANNY ...... ,,,,. 4 3 Football 2, 3, 4. GUYTON, JIMMIE ....4........ ,.,,. 4 3 HACKER, PAT .....,......,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 3 HACKLER, PAT ....,vY,....,,,....................,..,....,,,,,,, 43 HADDOCK, NORMA LEE ...........,..,...,....,,,,,,,,, 43 Allegro Club 4, Allegretto Club 3, Badger Balla- deers 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 4, Social Dance 4. HALL, GERALD .........,,,,,,.,.......,.......,.......,,,.,,,,,, 43 HALL, RONALD ,,.,,,,,......,..,,.,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,.,, 4 3 Quarterly Production Staff 3, 4. HANDMAKER, SARA ..,,.l..........,..r............,,.,,,,, 43 Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, Tucsonian Advertising Staff 3, Pirouettes 3, Boots and Saddle Club 2, 3, 4, Organ Club 2, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3. HANLEY, CECIL ........ ..,........ ...,...,........... 4 3 HANLEY, CYRIL .......,....... ..,................r...,...,.. 4 3 HANLEY, ROSE .,.,,............................................. 43 Tennis 2, Chronicle Advertising 4, Tucsonian Advertising Staff 2, Terpsichorus 3, 4, Pirouettes 2, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, Council 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Guard, Class Councilman 2, Girls' Social Hour 2, 31 Boots and Saddle Club 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, Sunshine Modeling Club 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3. HANON, PAT .......................................r.............. 43 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4. HANSON, JOHN ................................................ 43 Table Tennis Club 2, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Allied Youth 4. HAPKE, GORDON ..,,,......................................, 43 HARGRAVE. THOMAS ...... .............................. HARMAN, JACLYN ............,............................... 43 Band 4, Orchestra 4, Youth On The Beam 4, Basketball Club 4, Golf Club 4. HARRIS, CAROLE .........,..........A......................... 43 National Honor Society 4, Girls' League 3, 4, Table Tennis Club 3, FBLA 4. HARRIS, GLADYS .........,........,........................... 43 G.A.A. 4, National Honor Service Society 2, Girls' League 4, F.T.A. 4. HARRISON, DON .........,,.......i...........,...... r.... 4 3 Tennis, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 4. HARTJE, ALYCE ...,....................,....... ..... 4 3 Tuc-Hi 4. HARTMAN, EDDIE ..,,.................................i.... 43 Band 2, 3, 4: Swing Band 3, 4, Lyre's 4, Wood- workers 3, Social Dance Club 4, Rifle Club 3, Hi-Y 4. HAYDEN, JEANETTE ........,,........................,... 43 Table Tennis 3: F. B. L. A. 4. HAYDEN, MARY .............................................. 43 GAA 2. 3, 4 CPresidentD, G. S. L. 4, Swimming 2, Intra-Mural Hockey 2, Intra-Mural Basketball 3, Twirlers 4, National Honor Society 4, Council 3, Junior Guard Tumbling 2, 3, 4. I-IAYNES. DAVID ....,........................................,.. 43 HAZEL. MARTHA .............................................. 44 Tennis 2: Peo Squad 2: Council 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3: Girls' League 4, Boots and Saddles Club 2: Bowling Club 4, Badminton 2, 3, F. N. A. 4, Tumbling 4. HECKLER, WAYNE .............,,........................... 44 Letterman's Club 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Boys' Social Hour 4: Hi-Y 4. HEIDELBERG, BILLIE ................,,...................... 44 Terpsichorus 4: Pirouettes 3: National Honor So- ciety 4, Junior Flag Bearer, Tuc-Hi 2. HELLUM, CLANIE ............................................ 44 G. A. A. 4, Pirouettes 2, Newcomers Club 4. HELSPER, BOB .................................................... 44 Football 4, Wrestling 4. HEILEMANN, BERNIE .................................... HENDERSON, SHARON .................................,,. 44 Intra-mural Basketball 2, Allegretto Club 2, Badger Balladeers 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Allied Youth 2. HENRY, ROGER ................................................ 44 Junior Guard. HENSEL, GUNTER ......... ....... 4 4 HERBERT, CHARLES ..... .... HERNDON, JIM .......... ....... 4 4 Low Rollers 2. HERNDON, TOM ................................................ 44 National Honor Society 3, Junior Guard, Bi-Chem- Phy 2. HERRERA, JOE ...,............................... .............. 4 4 Football 2, 3, Club Cervantes 3. HERRI, MARGUERITE ................. ....... 4 4 Girls' League 4, Tuc-Hi 3, 4. HEWITT, PATSY ................................................ 44 Tennis Ladder 2, 3, Chronicle Circulation 3, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Election Committee 3, Junior Guard, Mixer Committee 3, 4, Girls' Social Hour 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Assembly 2, Homeroom Representative 3, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, Sunshine Model- ing 2, 3, 4 CPresidentD, Teen Canteen 3, 4 fPresi- dentbg Le Lique Francaise 3, 4, American Field Service Scholarship 3. HICKS, BOBBI ........................................... ........-.. 4 4 Tennis 2, 3, Cheer Leaders 4, Pep Squad 2, Dance Committee 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Golf Club 2, Swimming Club 2, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, Senior Office 4, Girls' Social Hour 3, 4 K Publicity Committee 3, 45, Badger Mixer Committee 3, 4, Sunshine Modeling Club 2, 3, 4. HIEKER, GAIL ...................... ., ............................ 44 Pep Squad 2, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 4, French Club 2, 3, Tuc- Hi 4 HINCHEE, MIKE .............................................. 44 Rifle Club 2, National Honor Society 4. HINE, SARAH .................................................... 44 G. A. A. 4, F. T. A. 3, Music Appreciation Club 3. HALISH, NANCY .............................................. 44 National Thespian Society 3, Doctor From Dun- more, Far Off Hills, Chess Club 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Homeroom Representative 3. HOLLER, BUSTER .................................... ....... 4 4 Rifle Club 2, Band 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3. HOOD, ROBERT .....,..................,......... Music Appreciation Club 2, 3, 4. HOOK, CLINT ................................... ....... 4 4 Football 2. HOOVER, GARY ....,........................................... 44 Band 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 2, 3, 4, Lyre's Club 3, 4. HOPE, BOND .............................................,........ Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Advertising Staff 3, Pirou- ettes 2, Dance Committee 3, Allied Youth 2. HOPKE, GORDON .........................................,.. HOSELTON, LARRY ..,....................................... HOSKINS, FRED ................................................ 44 Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, 4, Music Ap- preciation 3, Bi-Chem-Phy 3, 4, Science Fiction 3, 4: Star Gazers 3, Cryptography 3. HowE, BETTY .................................................. 44 HOWE, GEORGE ................,............................. Quarterly Production Staff 3, 4, Quarterly Linotype Staff 3, 43 Projectionist Club 2, 3. HUCKABY, WILLIE ......................................,... 44 Football 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3, 4. HUDGINS, DESSIE ........................................,,.... 45 Girls' League 2, 33 Future Nurses Club 3, 43 Youth on the Beam 3, 4. HUERTA, SYLVIA .............................,.........,...... 45 Allegretto Club 23 Badger Balladeers 3, 43 Girls' League 3. HUGHES, RICHARD ........................................ Intra-Mural Basketball 23 Quarterly Production Staff 3, 43 Quarterly Linotype Staff 3, 43 Junior Guard 3. HULSEY, DON ,,.,,........,.,..................,.....,......... 45 FCA 2, 3. HUNTER, ALFRED .........,,......,........,.....,...,.....,. 45 Badger Balladeers 2, 3, 43 Arion Club 2, 3, 4. HUNTS, BARNEY .,,,........................r.......,r........ 45 Gymnastics 2, 3, 43 Chronicle Circulation 43 Na- tional Honor Society 4 CVice President53 Junior Red Cross 23 Boys' Social Hour 43 Cabinet 4. IMES, RONALD .......,....,..................................... INORIO, BUD ,...........................................,....... 45 Rifle Club 43 Newcomer's Club 2. JACKSON, GARY ...............,.............. ........ 4 5 Badger Balladeers. JACOB, MARY .....,,,..,,.....,,....,,,,..............,...,..,... GAA 23 Pep Squad 23 Pirouettes 23 Junior Red Cross 33 Girls' League 33 Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4. JACOBS, WALTER ............................................ 45 Wrestling 23 Fencing Club 2. JACOBSON, EVELYN .......,.,......., ........ 4 5 JAMES, BILLY ..,.,,......,................ ........ 4 5 JASGUR, RONNY ..,.... ........ 4 5 Table Tennis 3. JEMES, LEON ....,...... .... 4 5 FCA 2, 3. JIMENEZ, TERRY ........,,.................................... 45 JIMERSON, SUSAN .................,..,..,...,.............,,, 45 Pep Squad 23 Allegretto Club 2, 33 National Honor Society 43 National Honor Service Society 43 Fenc- ing Club 23 Tuc-Hi 2, 33 French Club 3, 4 CVice- President 35 CPresident 453 Newcomers Club 43 Science Fiction Club 3, 4 CSecretary 353 Music Appreciation Club 3, 4 fMusic Chairman 453 Star Gazers 4 fTreasurer-Librarian 452 Bi-Chem- Phy 3, 4. JOHNSON, ART .,...........,....,.,.,....,.....,.,,..,.,....,. 45 Track Squad 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club 43 Quarterly Production and Linotype Staffs 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Allied Youth 23 Youth On the Beam 3, 43 Proiectionist 2, 3. JOHNSON, CARLENE ......................,................. 45 Song Leader 43 National Honor Service Society 3, 41 Ski Club 32 Tuc-Hi 3, 4. JOHNSON, DELORES ................,........,...,.....,.,.. 45 Pep Squad 23 Allegretto Club 2: Girls' League 2, 4: Dance Committee 43 Home Room Representa- tive 3. 4: Les Pouoees Parfaits 43 Organ Club 2. JOHNSON. JIMMY ..,,..,,...,.,,....,..........,,............ 45 JOHNSON, JOE ,.,.............,.......,,.......................... 45 Football Souad 2, 3. JOHNSON, KATHY ,.,,,.,.....,,,.,,.,,..,,,,,...,,,,.,,,,,,,, 45 GAA 2: Peo Souad 23 Terpsichorus 3, 43 "Alice in Arizonalandn 3: Pirouettes 23 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4: Class Secretary-Treasurer 4: Council 43 Cabinet 4: Dance Committee 3, 43 Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 43 Sunshine Modeling Club 43 Swimming Club 23 Girls Social Hour 2, 3, 43 Senior Office 4. JOHNSON, NANCY ...,...,.......... ................... 4 5 FHA 3, 4. JOHNSON, PERDETTA ..................................r. 45 Science Fiction Club 2, 43 Fencing Club 2, 3, 4. JONES, BARBARA ...............,............................ JONES, EDWARD ............. ....... ................... 4 5 JONES, ROBERT ................................................ 46 JONES, STEPHANIE .......................................... 46 Pep Squad 23 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 43 Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Dance Committee 2, 33 Junior Guard 33 Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 43 Swimming 23 Archery 23 Library 2, 3. JONTIG, PAULA ................................................ 45 Pep Squad 23 Chronicle Advertising Staff 43 Quarterly Writing Staff 43 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 43 Girls' League 23 Newcomers' Club 43 FTA 4. JUDSON, KEITH .,..............,............,.,................ 46 Bi-Chem-Phy 2, 3, 43 Science Fiction 2, 3, 43 Star- gazers 2. JUNGEN, RUTH ..............,,.,..................,......,.... 46 Allegro Club 43 Allegretto Club 33 Badger Balla- deers 43 National Art Honor Society 3, 43 FTA 3. KALIL, FRANK ........,..................,...,.................. 46 KANSKY, CAROLE LEE ..........,,...,.................... 46 KARP, GENE .........................,.......................,.... 46 Chronicle Staff 33 Quarterly Writing Staff 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Junior Guard 33 Student Body Treasurer 43 Chess Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Forum 2. KAUFMAN, JANICE .......................................... KAVANAUGH, CLIFFORD ....,...........,............. 46 Football Squad 2, 3, 43 Track Squad 3, 43 Letter- man's Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4. KAYLOR, JOAN .................................................. 46 Allegretto Club 33 Dance Committee CSenior Prom5 43 Home Room Representative 43 Bi- Chem-Phy 4. KECK, RAY ........................................................ Track Squad 23 Chronicle Production Staff 33 Chro- icle Linotype Staff 4. KEENE, RICHARD .................................... ...... 4 6 National Honor Society 43 Junior Red Cross 43 "30" Club 43 Table Tennis Club 43 Bi-Chem-Phy 4. KEIM, NANCY .................................................. 46 Girls' League 3, 43 Dance Committee 2, 43 Sunshine Modeling Club 43 Tuc-Hi 3, 4. KELLER, MARTIN .............................................. 46 Football Squad 2, 33 Wrestling 2, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. KENDALL, DAVID ....................,....................... 46 KENIGSON, SYDELLE ............,,.......................... 46 KENNEDY, BOB ................................................ 46 Rifle Club 23 Badger Balladeers 2, 3, 43 Arion Club 2, 3, 43 Boys Quartet 3, 43 Double Mixed 3, 43 Boy's State 33 Hi-Y 2. KENNEDY, FRANK ...........,..........................,,.. 46 National Art Honor Society 4. KERNS, MARY ,...,............................................... 46 Junior Red Cross 33 Girls' League 33 Home Room Representative 43 Ski Club 3, 43 Les Poupees Par- faits 3, 43 FTA 3, 4 fVice-President 453 New- comers 3, 4 CVice-President 45. KERSHNER, BOB .....,...,..,,..,.,.,,..,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 46 KETCHEM. SHIRLEY ....,....,,.................,,.......... 46 KEY, LAWSON .,,.,,,....,.....................................,., 48 Football Souad 2, 3, 43 I.etterman's Club 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3. 4. KILCULLEN, LARRY ....,,,,,,,,....., ......,....,,..,,,.,,,. 4 6 KIMBLE. BARBARA .,.....,.,........,.....,,........,..,.... 46 GAA 23 National Honor Service Society 3, 43 9 Tuc-Hi 2, 3. KING, BEVERLY .......,..,,.,......,...... ,,,,,., 4 6 Junior Red Cross 43 FBLA 4. KISSILEVSKY, MARIA ................,,..,A..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 46 KITCHENS, RODGER ,,,,..,.........,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 46 Track Squad 33 Rifle Club 2, 33 Youth'On the Beam 4. K KNAGGE, NOVA ,,,..............................,,,,,, ,,-,,,,,, 4 6 Intra-Mural Basketball 43 Les Poupees Parfaits 43 Square- Dance Club 3, A A ' KNAPP,,ROXIE l....l , .,,........,A.... I ..,..,,..,.,,,,,,,.,,,, 4 7 Girls' League 23 Golf Club 2, 3. KNIGHTS, PAT .....,v.,,..............,.,.....,,,,,,..,,,,4,,,,, 47 Allegro Club 43 Allegretto Club 33 Badger Balla- deers 43 National Thespian Society 4 QTreasurer 453 Plays: "Soladera", "The Far Off HIIISIIQ Na- tional Honor Societv 3, 43 Modeling Club 3, 43 Bowling Club 2. KNIPE, EDDIE .,...,...,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,-,,,,,,A 47 Gymnastics 3, 43 Tumbling Club 2, 3. KNISELY, WILSON ..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,...,,,,,,,,,,, 7 .,,,,,,,,,. 4 7 Newcomers Club 43 Racqueteers, Club 4. KNOOP, PAUL! .,.......... 1 ...,... 3.3 ..............,...,.,, ,, 47 KOEHLER, DON, .,...,,.................,...,.,,.,.., ,,,,,,, 4 7 Wrestling 33 Hi-Y 3, 4. KOHLHOFF, KAREN ...... ...,,., 4 7 Allegretto Club 2, 3. KOLOJAY, JOAN ........................................,...., 47 Cheer Leader 43, Home Room Representative 4, KRAFT, BILL .,,,.,,.........................,,..,.,.,.,,,,,,.,,,,, 47 KREMER, ANDRITA ..........,,,A......,...........,,,,.,,, 47 Pep Squad 23 Allegretto Club 2, 33 Badger Balla- deers 4. Q KREMSKE, DEANE ..,,..,......,.,....,.............,.,,.,,,,r 47 FHA 4. KREYNE, SUE .,,. ......., v,,.............,,...,........,....... 4 7 - GAA 43 Boots and Saddle 43 Newcomers Club 43 Ski Club 4. KRZYZANOWSKI, DAVID .........r.................... 47 KURATH, DOROTHY ............. ....... 4 7 KURN, BRENDA ,........................ ................. 4 7 Band 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3. KURZHALS, JOY ,....r,..,..,,,.,,.,,................,,..,,,,.,, 47 Song Leader 43 Pep Squad 23 National Art Honor Society 3, 43 Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Home Room Representative 3. LANDER, DONALD ..........................,........,....,, Football Squad 23 Track Squad 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 2. LANKFORD, NELLIGLEN .....,A.,...............,,...... 47 Pep Squad 23 Chronicle Ad Staff 33 Quarterly Typ- ing Staff 33 Girls' League 3, 43 Fencing Club 4. LANS, BOB ....,.,............,..,...............................,,.. 47 Gymnastics 3, 43 National Art Honor Society 33 Tumbling Club 2, 3. LAOS, ARTHUR .........,,................,...................... 47 LARA, VIRGINIA ..........r..........................,........ 47 Chronicle Editorial Board 43 Pirouettes 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Girls, League 43 Senior Class Councilman 4, Girls' State 33 Senior Office 43 El Cervantes 4 CTreasurer 473 Les Poupees Parfaits , 4 CPresident 45. LARSON, HENRY ......,,....i.......,,.,.,..,.......,....... 47 Football Squad 23 Track Squad 23 Tucsonian Sub- scription Staff 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Swing Band 43 Lyre's Club 43 National Honor Service Society 3, 4g Ski Club 3, 4. LASH, BARBARA .......,,.....I.............,.......,.......,... 47 Tennis 43 Allegretto Club 23 Badger Balladeers 3, 43 Girls Quartet 3, 43 Double Mixed Q. 3, 43 Girls' League 43 Golf Club 43 Youth on The Beam 2, 3, 43 FTA 3, 4. LAUDER, DONALD ,,......, ..,,, 4 7 LAVALLEE, HOMER ..... ..... 4 7 LAWYER, DENNIS ..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,......,,.,.....,,,,,,,, 48 LE CAIN, JAMES .,,.,.........................................., 48 Cross Country 3, 4Q:Tf3Ck Squad 3, 43 National Honor Society 4. A LEE, CHARLES ....,,..................................,,.......... 48 Swing Band 33 National Thespian Society 3, 43 Plays: ulmportanci of Being Earnest", "Fog Island", "Far Off Hills", "A Wedding,', "Imaginary In- valid", National Honor Society 43 Junior Guard 33 Fencing Club 3. LEE, DAVID ......,..................................,.............. 48 Badger Balladeers 2, 3, 43 Arion Club 2, 3 43 Boys Quartet 43 Double Mixed Q. 43 National Honor Society 43 Archery 4. LEE, JUDY ...............,...............,............................ 48 Pep Squad 23 Girls' League 43 Junior Guard 33 Homeroom Representative 33 Tuc-Hi 43 FTA 2. LEE, LILLIE ................,i........................................ National Honor Society 43 Junior Class Vice-Presi- dent 33 Senior Class Vice-President 43 Song Leader 43 Allegretto Club 4g Girls' League 43 Council 3, 43 Cabinet 43 Junior Guard3 Pep Squad 23 Dance Committee 3, 43 Senior Office 4. LEE, PAUL ..,.,...............,.s........... . .......... ..... 4 8 LEE, ROBERT .....s....,.................... ..,,, 4 8 LEE, ROBERT ............ ..... I 48 LEON, DELFINA .......... .. Newcomers Club 3. A LEON, LUIS ..,...........i.......V...............,.... ..... 4 8 El Cervantes 3, 43 Boys, State 3. LEONARD, CAROL ANN ...,...,r............,.......... 48 Pirouettes 23 National Thespian Society3 Plays: Lab Products, "Soldadera", "The Far Off HIIISIIQ National Honor Society 43 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 43 Archery Club 23 Tuc-Hi 23 FTA 3, 4. LEONARD, RONNIE ....,,........................,...... f.. 48 Track Squad 33 Hi-Y 3, 4. ll LERMA, EDDIE ....................... Hi-Y 2. LE ROY, DELORIS ....... ..... LEWIS, BARBARA ...................................... L ..... 48 LEWIS, LOUISE .............,............................. I ....... 48 GAAQ Junior Red Cross3 Future Nurses Club 23 French Club 4. I.EWIS, SUE ..................,....................................... 48 GAA 23 Pep Squad 2 fSecretary for Sophomorek Pirouettes 33 Girls, League 43 Dance Committee 33 Senior Class Councilman 4. LINDSEY, DOUG ...,.,....,..,...........................,...... 48 Band 2, 3. LIPSCOMB, MIKE .,,.........,....................,.............. 48 Rifle Club 23 Quarterly Writing Staff 43 National I-lonor Society 3, 43 Council 4g Junior Guard 33 Fencing Club 2, 3. 43 CPresident 3, 433 Men's Fenc- ing Team 3, 4 fCaorain 3, 453 Bi-Chem-Phy 4. LOBACCARO, FRANK .,..........,......................... 48 Baseball Squad 33 Newcomers Club 33 Table Ten- nis 3. LOMELINO, BILL ...........................................,.. 48 LONGCOY. DICK ..,........................................... 48 National Honor Society 3. 43 Junior Red Cross 2. LOPEZ, CONNIE ................................................ 48 Pirouettes 23 Junior Flag Bearer 3. LOPEZ, JOE ,,,..,,,,,,,...........,....,,............,. ..... LOPEZ. JOHNNY ..........,......................,...... ..... 4 8 Letterman's Club 3. 43 Wrestling 3, 4. LOPEZ, MANNY ...................................... ..... 4 8 LOPEZ, OLGA ...,. ..,..., 4 8 LOPEZ, TONY .,,.... .... Basketball 2. LOPEZ, WILLIAM ,,.... LORENZO, DAVID ....... .... Band 2, 3. X LUCAS, URSULA .,....,.......Y,,.,,.,,.....,,.,.,...,........,. 42 Boots and Saddle 43 Ski Club 43 Tennis 43 Music Appreciation Club 43 Newcomers 4. LUPO, DANNY ,,,,,,.,....,......................,,.,.,,,....... 49 Baseball Squad 2, 33 Badger Balladeers 2, 3, 43 Arion Club 2, 3, 43 National Honor Siciety 43 Council 43 Cabinet 43 Junior Guard 33 Senior Of- fice 4. LYONS, RICKY .....,,,.,.,...,....,,,,.........,,................. 49 Tennis 23 junior Guard 33 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 fPresi- dent 45. MAC INTOSH, LOUISE ,,,,,.,.,...,,,.,,.....,,,............ 49 GAA 23 Girls' "T" Club 2, 43 Pep Squad 23 Swim- ming 23 Hockey Club 23 Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 33 Home Room Representative 43 Newcomers 4. MACKEY, GARY .,.,r,,,...,reS,rS,..........,,,,,,.,.,,.,,,,,,, 49 MADSEN, DON ..r.,r,.........,..,.L.......,,,.,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,. MAHACEK, JUDY ......,,..,,,eeeee..........,.............,,,. 49 Chronicle Writing Staff 43 Tucsonian Writing Staff 43 Terpsichorus 3, 43 Pirouettes 23 "Alice In Arizonaland"3 National Honor Society 3, 43 Na- tional Honor Service Society 43 Girls' League 43 ,Iunior Flag Bearer 33 Future Nurses Club 3, 4 lVice-Presidentlg Bowling Club 43 Tuc-Hi 4. MAHONEY, ALICE ,.....,,,...,,,.,,.................,.......... 49 GAA 23 Pep Squad 23 Chronicle Exchange Staff 3. 43 Chronicle Ad Staff 23 Chronicle Photographer 43 Tucsonian Production Staff 43 Quarterly Sub- scription Staff 2, 33 National Honor Service So- ciety 23 junior Red Cross 2, 33 Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Girl's Social Hour 2, 3, 43 Dance Committee 2, 3, 43 Golf Club 2, 43 Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 43 Tennis Ladder 2, 3, 4. MALCHOW, TED ...,,................,,..,..,.............,... 49 MALDONADO, ARNOLD ,,,.. .,.. MANCHESTER, LARRY ...,.,,.,,,.,...........,........... 49 MANKER, PATRICIA .....,.,.,.............................. 49 Quarterly Writing Staff 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 43 junior Red Cross 33 Dance Committee 4, Senior Prom.3 Bowling Club 23 Fencing Club 2, 3, 43 Organ Club 3, 43 Chess Club 3, 43 Social Dance Club 43 Racqueteers Club 33 Newcomers Club 43 FBLA 3, 4 CVice-Pres. 4D. MANZER, MARY ....,,,.,,,.,,.,.,... ......, , , ,.,....,.,.... 49 MARDIS, KEITH ,,...,,,........,........,,..................... 49 Wrestling 33 National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Class President 3, 43 Council 43 Cabinet 43 Dance Committee 2, 3, 43 Other Committees 3, 43 Boys' Social Hour 3, 43 Badger Mixer Committee 43 Senior Office 4. MARINACK, ROBERTA ..., ,...,.,,,.........,...,,, . 49 Pep Squad 23 Girls' League 43 Council 43 Boots and Saddles 2, 3, 43 Bowling Club 43 Future Nurses 43 Girls' Tumbling 41 Badminton 2. MARSHALL, BART ,.,,,,,,,,,,,..... . ,....,,,. ,,,..... , 49 Ski Club 41 Hi-Y 4. MARTIN. DON ., ,, . .. ....,, , 49 lunior Varsity Football Squad 43 National Honor Society 43 junior Guard 3. MARTINEZ, DELLA .,,,, .,,. .... 4 9 MARTINEZ, IESUS , ,,,.. , MASTRANGELO. VINCE ,,,,,,,., ,............,...,....,. MATHIS, BARBARA ,.,.,,.., ,,.,,,....,,........,,.......... 4 9 GAA 43 Terpsichorus 33 Pirouettes 23 junior Red Cross 23 Girls' League 2, 33 Junior GLlHfd,'51 FTA 23 Tennis Ladder 43 Tuc-Hi. ' MATTHIAS, JANET ................................,........... 49 GAA 2, 3, 43 Swimming CILIIJQ OICIICSIIQIQ Girls' Leagueg Bowling Club 2, 3, 4. ' MATTURRO, VITA .......................................... 49 National Honor Society 43 FBLA 3, 4 CPresidentD3 Les Poupees Parfaits 33 German Club 3. MAYER, ERIC .........,.......,..................,....... ..... 4 9 Tennis 43 Pilots Club 4. McCARTHY, PAT .......................,... ' .,................. 4 9 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Intra-Mural Basketball and Volley- ball3 Chronicle Writing Staff 43 Quarterly Writing Staff 43 National Honor Service Society 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Girls' League 43 Junior Guard 43 Fencing 2, 33 Tumbling 33 Archery 23 Golf 43 Tuc-Hi 33 Racqueteers 4. Mc CARTY, RICHARD ....... .... . 49 Orchestra 2. Mc CONNELL, BOB .... ..... 4 9 Mc GRAREN, JOE ........ .. ..... 49 Rifle Club 3. Mc CRAY, MARY ,....,.....................,.................. 50 Swimming Club 23 Terpsichorus 3, 4 "Alice In Arizonaland" 33 Pirouettes 23 Quarterly Managing Editor 43 Quarterly Subscription Staff 33 Pep Squad 23 National Honor Society 43 National Honor Service Society 3, 43 Girls' League 2, 3. 43 Girls' Social Hour 3, 43 Council 33 Cabinet 43 Dance Committee 2, 3, 43 Badger Mixer 43 junior Guard 33 Home Room Representative 43 Tuc-Hi 4. McDANIEL, DELBERT ........................................ 50 Band 2, 3, 43 Lyre's Club 43 Bowling Club 3. McDERMOTT, JIM .............,................................ MCDIVITT, ROBERT ..l............... ...... ..... 5 0 Band 2, 3, 43 Lyre's Club 4. MCDONALD, -IEANETTE ...,,............................. 50 GAA 23 Girls' "T" Club 43 Pep Squad 23 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Newcomers Club 4. MCDONALD, JIM .........................,...................... MCDORMAN, JIM ..... ...... .. 50 Pilots Club 3. MCEWEN, MARVIN ...................,.........,.,.......,.... 50 Badger Balladeers 2, 3, 43 Arion Club 2, 3, 43 Boys Quartet 3, 43 Double Mixed 3, 4. MCGEE, BOBBY .................................................. 50 MCGEE, GEORGE ......................... ........,............. 5 0 Rifle Club 23 National Honor Society 43 Science- Fiction Club 2. MCGEE, LILLIAN ................................................ 50 Allegro Club 23 Allegretto Club 3: Badger Balla- deers 3. McGOFFIN,-IACK, ,. ....................... ............... . . 50 MCGRAEL, NANCY ......................................... . Tennis Ladder 23 Pirouettes 3: National Honor Service Society 43 Junior Red Cross Service Officer 33 Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Girls' Social Hour. McGREGOR, .IANE .............................................. 50 Chronicle Ad Staff 43 Tucsonian Ad Lay-out Man- ager 43 Quarterly Subscription Staff3 National Honor Societyg National Honor Service Society3 lunior Red Cross 33 junior Guard 3: Organ Club 3 fVice-President 351 Youth On The Beam 2, 3 fPresident 35. McHENRY, DICK .,., ,.............,.....,............,... 5 0 Mt'HENRY, WILLIAM ........,............. MclNTYRE, BETTE ,,,,.,..,..............,...... Ski Club 43 Boots and Saddles 4. MCCOFFIN, AIACK .,,.,,...,.., ,.........,.. . Wrestling 2, 3, 4. W. 92 MCLAUGHLIN, JIM ,.,,,,,.,.,,.,.,,,....,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,, 50 MCLEMORE, FRED ,,,,....,,,,,....,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 50 Badger Balladeers 4, Arion Club 4, National Honor Society 4, Council 4, junior Guard 3, Junior Class Councilman 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, MCMILLEN, MURIEL ,,,,,.,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 50 MCPHERSON, JANE ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 50 GAA 2, 3, 4 QSecretary 545, GSL 3, 4, Girls' "T" Club 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, Hockey 2, Soft- ball 2, Quarterly Head Typist 4, Quarterly Sub- scription Staff 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 4, Junior Red Cross, Girls' League 4, Fencing Club 2, 3, 4 CSec- retary 3, 45, Tumbling 3, 4, Girls' State 2, Home Zoom Representative 2. Chronicle Exchange Staff MEADOR, GARY .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Fencing 4. MEANS, CHARLES ..,,. ,,,,,,,, 5 0 MEIIA, ESTHER ,,,..,.. ,,,,,,,, 5 0 Orchestra 2, 3. ME-IIA, EVA ...........,.,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,, 50 Intra-Mural Basketball 2, Chronicle Staff 4, Tuc- sonian Staff 4, Terpsichorus 3, 4, "Alice In Ari- zonaland" 3, Pirouettes 2, Tuc-Hi 3, 4, Les Poupees Parfaits 2. MELVIN, DAVIS ...,,..,..................,..................... MEMBRILA, DANNY ,,....,.,,...,,.,.........,...,.,...,, 50 Gymnastics 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Boys' Social Hour 3, 4, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Badger Behavior Committee, Senior Class Councilman 4, junior Class Councilman 3, Tum- bling 2, 3, El Cervantes 2, 3, 4. MEMBRILA, SYLVIA ..................,.,,.................. 50 MENCHE, HOWARD ,...........,............ ........ 5 0 Woodcrafters 3, 4, Bi-Chem-Phy 4. MENDOZA, JACOB .....................................,...... 50 MERLE, JOHN ..........,,.............,..,..................,.... 50 Track Squad 3, Rifle Club 3, 4, Cartoonist 4, Iunior Red Cross 3, Bi-Chem-Phy 3, 4, Radio Club 2: Fencing 2, Tennis Club 3, 4. MERRILL, LOUESA ..,,,..............................,....,... 51 GAA 2, 3, 4 CVice-President 45, GSL 2, 4, Girls' "T" Club 3. 4, Pep Scluad 2, Intra-Mural Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, Volleyball 3, Tennis Ladder, 2. 3, 4, Chronicle Writing Staff 4, Tucsonian Writing Staff 3, Ouarterly Typing Staff 4, Quar- terly Suhscription Staff 2, 3. 4, Pirouettes 3, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Societv 3. 4, Girls' League 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Council 3, Dance Committee 3, 4, Swimming 2. 3, Table Tennis 2, 4, Ping Pong Club 4 CTreas- urer5, Badminton 2, Rifle Club 3, Latin Forum 2, Future PE. Teachers Club 4 CSecretary-Treasur- er5. MERRITT, DICK .......,.......,,i.............................. 51 Football Squad 2, Quarterly Photography Editor 4, Photographer 3, Badger Camera Clickers 2, 3, 4, MERTES, MARLENE ,...,.....,i,....,....ff,.----,-..-f...--- 51 Junior Flag Bearer 3, Home Room Representative 4. MILLER, -IEANNE ..t............................................ . MILLER, STANLEY ............................................ 51 Badger Balladeers 3, 4, Arion Club 3, 4, ,Junior Red Cross 2. MILLER, TED .......... ........i...i.......................... . . 51 Badger Balladeers 3, 4, Arion Club 3, 4, Bowling Club 2. MINISH, BOB ...........................-.,-......--,-----,,--- 51 Football Squad 4. MONGE, ERNESTINE ........... ........ 5 1 GAA 2, Girls' League 2. MONTAGUE, RICHARD ................ ........ MONTANO, ALVARO ......................... ........ 5 1 National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 4. MONTANO, LUPE .,............................. ........... 5 1 MONTANO, RAUL ...........,..............,................. 51 MOON, DORTHA ..........................,................... 51 Cheer Leader 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, Dance Commit- tee 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Home Room Repre- sentative 3, Mixer Committee 4, Entertainment Chairman For Mesa Rally 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, Golf Club 4. MOONEY, JANET .,..........,................................. 51 Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Staff 3, 4, Newcomers 4, Bowling Club 2, Tuc-Hi 4, Ping Pong Club 4. MOORE, CAROLYN .......................................... GAA, GSL, Badger Balladeers. MOORE, DINA .................................................... 51 Advanced Tennis 2, 3, 4, Chronicle Ad Staff 3, Quarterly Circulation Staff 4, Council 4, Girls' Social Hour 2, 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Golf Club 2, Home Room Representative 3, Tuc-Hi 2, 3. MOORE, PAT ........................................... ........ 5 1 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. MOORE, RONALD ......,..................................... MOORES, BETTY ............................,................... 51 GAA 2, Quarterly Writing Staff 4, National Thes- pian Society 3, 4, Plays: "Doctor From Dunmore" 3, "Far Off Hills" 4, l'The Dyspeptic Ogre" 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4 C Secretary 45, Junior Red Cross Council 3, 4, Girls League 3, 4, Dance Com- mittee 2, Ping Pong Club 2, Writer's Club 2, Music Appreciation Club 3, 4, Bi-Chem-Phy 3, 4 C Secretary 3, 45, Star Gazers 3, 4 C Secretary 3, 45, Tuc-Hi 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, 4, French Club 3, 4 CSecretary 45, Science Fiction Club 3, 4, Badminton Club 2,3,r El Cervantes 3, Chess Club 4, Swimming Club 2, Mixer 3, 4. - MORALES, FRANK ...............................,.....,.,..,, 51 Rifle Club 2, Band 3, 4, Lyre's Club 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, "3O" Club 2, El Cervantes 4. MORALES, MICHAEL .........,...........................,., 51 Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Baseball Squad 2, 3, 4 fCaotain5: Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4 CPresident5, National Honor Society 3, 4 fPresident5, Boys' Social Hour 4 fSecretary5, Council 3, Cabinet 4. MORDKA, IRWIN .........,...................,................ 51 Gymnastics 4, Tucsonian Editor 4, Tucsonian Ad- vertising Manager 3, Tucsonian Advertising 2, Na- tional Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Societv 3, Junior Red Cross 4, "3O" Club 3, Boys' Social Hour 3, 4, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 2, 4, Iunior Guard 3, Home Room Representative 3, Radio Announcer's Club 2, Bi-Chem-Phy 3. MORONEY. RICHARD ...................................... MORENO. FRANK ...,.......... .,.......... 5 1 MORRIS, RAY ......,................ Band 3, Pilots Club 3, 4. MOTT, STEVE ......,.......,.....................,.,............. 51 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4. MOUNT, DAVID ...........,.................................... 51 Amateur Radio Club 3, 4, Bi-Chem-Phy 3, 4, MUELLER, LINCOLN ........................................ '51 Rifle Club 2, National Honor Society 4, "3O" Club 2. 3 CVice President5, National Honor Serv- ice Society 2, 3. 4, Bi-Chem-Phy 3, 4. MUELLER, MONA .............................................. 51 Bowling Club 2, 3, 4. MULCHAY, JOHN ..........................,.....,.......,,,.., 51 Football Squad 2, 33 Track Squad 23 Wrestling 33 Quarterly Subscription Staff 33 Junior Guard 33 Hi'Y 3, 4. MULLENEUX, NANCY ..,,.,,.,............i......,,,.,,i. 52 Pirouettes 43 National Honor Service Society 3, 43 Girls' League 3, 43 FHA 4. MUSE, ROBIN ..............................,..,..,...........,...,, 52 MUSKER, DON ....,,,,.....,................,..,.................. 52 NASTRI, RON .............YY....,.......,........,...,,........., Rifle Club 3, 43 Quarterly Production Staff 3, 4. NEIFERT, BILL ......,.,,..,,.,,,,,,.....,..,,,.,,.........,,,,,,,, 52 NELSON, ARLENE ...........................................,,. 52 Girls' League 43 Les Poupees Parfaits 43 Golf Club 4. NELSON, GEORGE ................................,,............ 52 NELSON, JOE .............................................. .... Football Squad 23 Baseball Squad 2, 3. NEMIROFF, ALLAN .,..........,......,...................... 52 NEWMAN, CONNIE ...................,.,..........,....... 52 Girls' League 43 Youth On the Beam 4. NEVILLE, RICHARD .............................,.,...,.... 52 National Honor Society 43 Bi-Chem-Phy 2, 3, 4- Star Gazers 2, 3, 43 Chess Club 2, 3, 4. 1 NEVINS, RUTH ....,...,........,..,....,...,.,................,. 52 Pep Squad 2, 33 Swing Band Vocalist 43 Pirouettes 33 National Thespian Society 4, Plays: "Doctor From Dunmore"3 Girls' League 43 Junior Guard 33 Home Room Representative 4. NEWMEYER, BETTY .,.........,................,.......,... 52 Pep Squad 23 Tucsonian Writing Staff 3, 43 Writ- ing Editor 43 Quarterly Writing Staff 43 Pirou- ettes 33 Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Girls' Social Hour 43 TIIc-Hi 2, 3, 43 Junior Guard 3. NEWTON, BILL ..........................,,...................... 52 Football Squad 2, 33 Track Squad 2, 33 Letterman's Club 2, 33 National Art Honor Society 2, 3. NICHOLAS, ..................................,........... 52 Pep Squad 23 Chronicle Writing Staff 3, 43 Junior Guard 33 Badminton Club 2, 3, 4. NICHOLSON, ALBERT ,....,..........,............,..,..... 52 Football Squad 2, 33 Track Squad 2, 3, 43 Letter- man's Club 2, 3, 4. NIESZ. SUE ................, ....... ....... 5 2 Twirler 3, 4. NOBLE, BOB .,...,,......,. .... NOON, DOUGLAS ........ .....,. 5 2 Chess Club 4. , NORDMEYER, BOB ..,......,..........,...........,........... 52 Track Squad 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3. 41 National Honor Society 43 Boys' Social Hour 43 Pep Com- mittee 43 Traffic Committee 43 Hi-Y 4. NORDMEYER, DICK .....,,,................................ 52 Football Souad 3, 43 Basketball Squad 3. 43 Track Snuad 3. 43 Letterman's Club 3. 43 Cabinet 43 Dance Committee 3, 43 Junior Guard 33 Boys' Social Hour 3, 43 Hi-Y 4. NORRIS. DICK .,,,,.......,...,...,...,...... ........... 5 2 Council 3: Junior Guard 3. NORTH, JEAN . ............................... .................. 5 2 Tennis 2. 3. 43 Cheer Leader fAlternate 453 Intra- Mural Basketball and Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Girls' League 2, 3. 43 Mixer Co-Chairman-Receptionist 43 Rifle Club 2, 3271 Les Poupees Parfaits 43 Tuc- Hi 2. 3, 43 FBLA 43 Bowling Club 3. NUNEZ, SYLVIA ..,............................................. 52 Pirouettes 33 National Honor Service Society 2, 3. 43 Girls' League 2. 33 Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 43 Badminton Club 23 Boots and Saddle 43 Social Dancing Club 4. NUNN, MARVIN ....... ....,,. 5 2 Senior Council 4. O'DONNELL, KATHY ...............,...,,.,.........,,,,.... 52 Subscription 43 Girls' League 3, 43 Tuc-Hi 43 French Club 3, 4. OEHLSON, RAYMA ...........,.,.,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,, 52 O'KELLEY, JUNE ......................,,....,,,,,,,.,,.,,..,,.,, 52 G.A.A. 23 Cheer Leaders 43 Tucsonian Staff 23 Terpsichorus 3, 43 Pirouettes 23 National Honor Society 43 Girls' League 43 Hockey Club 23 F. B. L. A. 43 Tuc-Hi 3, 43 Sunshine Modeling Club 4. ONEIL, JANICE ......,.......,....................,.,,,.,,...,,.. S2 German Club 2, 33 Girls' League 2, 3. ' O'NEII., JIM ..............,,..,,.,..,,.,.....,,.,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,, F. C. A. 2, 3. ONG, CHARLES .........,.........................,,,,,,,,,...,.. 53 Rifle Club 23 Badger Balladeers 2, 3, 43 Arion Club 2, 3, 4. ORACH, JACK ..... ,.....,...........,..,.........,...........,... 5 3 orlaao, OLGA ......,.,,,,..............,,.,,.,,,............,.... 55 Pep Squad 23 Tucsonian Production Staff 43 Pirouettes 43 National Honor Service Society 43 JIInior Red Cross 3, 43 Girls' League 43 Club Servantes 3, 43 Les Poupees Parfaits 3, 4 CCommit- tee ChairmanD3 Bowling Club 23 F. T. A. 43 Twirl- ing Club 4. PACHECO, GLORIA .,,,,,.,............,...................,, 53 G. A. A. 2, 3, 43 Pep Squad 23 Basketball Club 2, 33 Volleyball Club 2, 33 Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Badger Camera Clickers 43 Golf Club 3, 4. PAGE, TOM ....,..............,...,...... .........,................, 5 3 Quarterly Production Staff 33 Quarterly Linotype Staff 4. PALMER, HAZEL ..........,,.,................. ......,....... 5 3 PAIN, FRED .......................................... ,... . .. 53 Football 2, 3, 4g Lettermen's Club. PARIZEK, HUBERT ......................... .....,. 5 3 PARKER, ROSEANNE ...................................... 53 PARRA, DANNY ................................................ 53 Quarterly Make up Editor 3g Quarterly Production Staff 23 Quarterly Linotype Staff 3, 43 Benjamin Franklin Printing Club 3, 4 CPresidentJ. PARRILL, GENE .................................................. 53 Rifle Club 23 Badger Balladeers 2, 3, 43 Arion Club 2, 3, 4. PARTILLO, FLORA .......................................,.... 55 PARTILLA, LILLY .,..... ....... 5 5 PARTILLO, RoSIE ,........,..... .... 55 PATRICK, JOHN ................... ............................. 5 3 PEARCE, SUSAN ..,............................................. 55 Terpsichorus 3, 4 CVice-PresidentJ3 Pirouettes 2 CSecretaryb3 National Honor Society 43 Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Junior Guard3 Tumbling Club 2. PEARSE, JOHN .................................................. 53 Junior Red Cross 33 Junior Guard3 Hi-Y 3, 4. PECK, HERMAN ............................,..................... 53 PEEL, SIDNEY .....,,........................,.................... Hi-Y 2. PEGRAM, JANET ................................................ 53 G. A. A. 3, 43 G. S. L-. 33 Band 3, 43 Youth On The Beam 3, 43 Golf Club 3, 43 F. N. A. 3, 43 Swim- ming Club 33 National Honor Service Society 3, 4: Girls' League 4. PEl.I.OW, DON .......,............................................ 53 Tucsonian Advertising Staff 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4 fCouncil Mem- ber 2. 3, 4J3 Youth On The Beam 3, 4. PERALTA, JESUS ..........,,............,.......,...,........... PERKINS, Boa ................,................................... 55 Rifle Squad 23 Pep Squad 23 Boys' Social Hour 43 Council 43 Mixer Committee 43 Junior Guard3 9 9 Senior Office 4, Student Activity Coordinator, Hi- Y 4, Boots And Saddles Club 2, 3, 4 QVice-Presi- dent 22, Youth On The Beam 3, 4 CPresident 32, Social Dance Club 4, Camp Counselors Club 4. PERRINE, BILL ........................,.,...........i.,.,.,,.,.,.. Football 2. PESQUEIRA, MARGARET .................,......,....... 53 PETERS, JANE ........................,..............,..,.,,,,.,,. 55 Allegro Club 3, 4, Allegretto Club 2, Badger Bal- ladeers 3, 4, Girls' Quartet 4, Double Mixed Quartet 4, National Honor Society 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Youth On The Beam 3, 4, T.C.Y.F. 2. PETERS, RONNIE , ..i.,......,.........,....................... 55 PETERS, TERRY .,....................,...,,..........,.,.,,.,,. 55 Pilots Club 2, 5, 4. PETERSON, ROGER ......,..,................................ 55 PETTIJOHN, BOB ,.......... ...............,.....,....,......., 5 4 Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Cabinet 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 4, Boys' State 3. PHILLIPS, BOB ,.....,..................................,.......... PIERCE, CLINT ...,.............................,.,.............. 54 PIGGEE, JOHN ..vi.....,.........,................................ 54 Basketball 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4' junior Guard. 7 PLACKO, GENEVIEVE .....,........................,....... 54 Allegretto Club 2, F. T. A. 3, Tuc-Hi 4. PLESE, BOB v.......,................................................. 54 PORTILLO, FLORA ....,.............,.................... .... PORTILLO, LILLY .,... . PORTILLO, ROSIE .,t.........................Y .............. POSTILLION, ARLINE ,.....,.............,................... G. A. A. 4, G. S. L. 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Cheer Leaders 4, Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Distribution Staff 3, 4, junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 4, Tuc-Hi 2. POWELL, CHARLOTTE .................................... 54 National Art Honor Society 3, 4, Orchestra 2, Play: "La Saldaderau, Fencing 2, Boots And Sad- dle Club 3, 4. POWERS, PETE ................................-................. 54 PRICE, LARRY .................................................... 54 Band 2, 3, 4, Lyre's Club 4, Low Rollers 2, Bowl- ing Club 4. PRICE, CLARK .................................................... Badger Balladeers 2, 3, 4, Arion Club 2, 3, 4. PRICKETT, JUDY .............................,................ 54 PRINCE, BOB .........,............................................ 54 Band 2, 3, 4, Lyre's Club 3, National Honor Service Society 2. PUDGE, DICK .................................................... Track 2, Rifle Club 2, Basketball Club 2, National Honor Service Society 3, Ski Club 3, Newcomers Club 3, Music Appreciation Club 3. PUGH, LARRY ....,.......,.......,................,............ 54 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Junior Guard, Science- Fiction Club 2, 3, Astronomy Club 2, 3, Archery Club 2. QUINN, BARBARA I........................................... 54 Pep Squad 2, Intra-Mural Basketball, Volleyball 2, 3, National Honor Society 4, Tumbling Club 3, 4, FBLA 4, Archery Club 2, junior Guard 3. RAKICH, NELL .................................................. 54 GAA 2, 3, 4, Song Leader 4, Chronicle Circula- tion and Exchange 4, Chronicle Writing Staff 2, 3, Pirouettes 2, Quarterly Subscription Staff 3, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 4, Junior Guard 3, Girl's League 2, 3, 4, Tuc-Hi C Treasurer 2, President 3D 4, Homeroom Repre- sentative 3, 4. RAUTENSTRAUCH, ROBERT .,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 5 4 National Art Honor Society 4. RAY, ALICE ..,.,,..,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 54 National Thespian Society 3, CPresident 49, Plays: "Fog Island," "Far Off Hills," "Soldadera," junior Class Councilman 3, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, Boots and Saddle 3. READ, VINITA ,,,,....,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,, 54 GAA 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer 47, Tennis 2, 3, Intra- Mural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intra-Mural Hockey 2, Chronicle Staff 3, 4, Quarterly Writing Staff 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Council 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Golf 3, 4, FBLA 4, Archery 2, Fencing 2, 3, 4, Home Room Representative. READING, DAVID ,,,,.....,.,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 5 4 Basketball 2. REDDACH, JOHN ,...,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 54 Junior Varsity Football Squad 3, National Art Honor Society 3, 4, junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis Club 2. REDMAN, PATSY ,..,.......,,.,,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 54 Girls' League 2, 3, 4, FHA 4, Square Dance Club 2, Future Nurses Club 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3. REGESER, SHIRLEY .......,..,,,...,,,,,,.,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 54 Pep Squad 2, Allegro Club 2, 3, Allegretto Club 2, 3, Badger Balladeers 2, 3. RENAUD, GERRIE ,....,,..,,.....,......,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 54 GAA 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, Intra- Mural Volleyball and Basketball 2, 3, Allegretto Club 2, Golf Club 3, 4 CPresidentD, Bowling 2, French Club 2, 3. RENDON, CECILIA ,........................,.................. 54 RENEER, SHARON ......,..,,.,........,,,,.,.,,,.....,,,.,,,, 54 Allegro Club 3, 4, Badger Balladeers 3, 4, Girls Quarter 4, Boys Quartet Accompanist 4, Double Mixed Q. 4, Orchestra 2, National Honor Society 4, junior Flag Bearer 3, Organ Club 2, 3. REPONY, NANCY ...,..............,,.......,...,......,.,,.. RHODES, LLOYD ........,.................,.................,.., 54 Football Squad 2, 4, Letterman's Club 4, Council 3, Dance Committee 3, Home Room Representa- tive. RICE, DONALD .,,.........,..............,....................,. 55 Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Basketball Squad 2, National Honor Society 4. RICE, DONNA ......................,.,.......,............,...... 55 National Honor Society 4, FHA 3, 4. RICHARDS, NINA .................................., ....... 5 5 Orchestra 2, 3. RICHARDSON, RICHARD .,,.........,,,................, 55 Tennis 3, National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Ski Club 3, 4, Music Appreciation Club 3, 41 Newcomers Club 3, 4. RICKSECKER, DORIS ....................... .............. 5 5 Band 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4. ............................... . RIEGEL, CAROL ,................................................. 55 Band 2, 3. 4, Orchestra 2. 33 National Honor So- cietv 4, Girls' League 2. RIESGO, RICHARD .......... ....... Golf 2, 3. RIGDON, ,IO ANN ............................................ 55 Girls' League 3. 4: Table Tennis 3, FBLA 4. RIGDON, NORMA ............................................ 55 Girls' League 3, 4, Table Tennis Club 3 CVice- Presidentbz Badminton 3, FHA 4. RIOS, WILFRED ................................................ RIPLEY, MARLYN .,......................... ....... 5 5 RISNER, DOUGLAS .... ....... 5 5 RIVERA, VIOLA ....... ....... 5 5 Pep Squad 29 Twirler 3, 49 Pirouette 29 Council 49 Girls' League 49 Council 49 Councilman 49 Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 49 Les Poupees Parfaits 3, 4. ' ROBINSON, JIM .,,..........,,,......,,,.,,,.,,,.,,.,,,,,,.,,,. 55 Basketball Squad 2, 3, 49 Pep Squad 29 Boys' Social Hour 2, 3, 49 Cabinet 49 Dance Committees: Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Senior Prom9 Chief justice of Traditions Committee 49 Hi-Y 2, 3, 49 Boys' State 4. ROBINSON, ROSE ,.,..................................,,..,,,., 55 junior Flag Bearer 39 Golf Club 39 Basketball 3, 49 Archery 49 Tuc-Hi 49 Home Room Representative 49 FHA 4. ROBLES, EVANGELINE ....,....,,,......,,,...,,.,,,,.,,,, 55 ROBLES, IRENE ,......,,,,......., ,,,,,,, 5 5 junior Flag Bearer 3. RODI, JOHN .............,,.,,,,,...,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 55 Wrestling 29 Ski Club 49 Hi-Y 3, 4. RODRIQUEZ, CAROL ,,.......,..,..,......,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,, 55 Swimming 29 Tucsonian Typing Staff 49 Quarterly Production Staff 29 Pirouettes 3, 49 Girls' League 2, 3, 49 junior Flag Bearer 39 Les Poupees Par- faits 3, 49 Future Nurses Club 39 Fencing 2. RODRIQUEZ, CONNIE ,......,.,..,.,,....,....,,..,,,,.,,,, 55 RODRIQUEZ, FRANK ..,............,.,..,,,,.,,,..,,,.,.., 55 Wrestling 29 El Cervantes 3. ROEHLER, HONEY ,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 55 GAA 3, 49 Tennis 39 Advanced Tennis 49 Pep Squad 29 Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 39 Hockey 29 Volleyball 2, 39 National Honor Society 49 Na- tional Honor Service Society 3, 49 Girls' League 49 Council 49 Dance Committee 49 Senior Office 49 Home Room Representative 49 Golf Club 39 Table Tennis Club 29 Handball Club 29 Future P.E. Teachers Club 2, 3 CSecretary 359 Racqueteers Club 2. ROEHLER, LYNNE .......,........,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,..,.,,,,,, 55 Tucsonian Assistant Activities Editor 35 Tucsonian Class Editor and Student Life Editor 49 National Honor Society 49 National Honor Service Society 3. 49 Girls' League 49 junior Guard 39 Table Tennis 2. ROEMMELT, JERRY ...,,..................................... 55, National Honor Society 4. ROGERS, DON .............,.......................,.............. 55 Dance Club 49 Music Appreciation Club 49 Ski Club 4. ROGERS, DONALD ,........................,........ ....... 5 5 Allied Youth 49 Boots and Saddle 4. ROLLINS, CAL ..............................................,...,. 55 Racqueteers Club 39 Chronicle Writing Staff 49 Quarterly Writing Staff 49 Arion Club 29 junior Guard 39 Latin Forum 3. ROMERO. EVELYN .......................................... 56 junior Flag Bearer 3. ROMERO, RUBEN ........ ....... 5 6 ROMERO, TERRY ..,.,.....,............,...................... 56 ROOKER, DAVID ...............,.............................. 56 Golf 2, 3, 49 Letterman's Club 2, 3. 49 Rifle Club 49 Model Airplane Club 2: Table Tennis Club 39 Badminton Club 29 Golf Club 2. ROSENBERGER, MIKE .......................,.............. 56 Fencing Club 2, 3, 49 Newcomers' Club 2, 3. ROSS, CURTIS .....................................----4--... ----- Chess Club 2. ROSS, ELSIE ,.....i.... ........................-.---.------ --------- 5 6 ROSS, JOSEPHINE ......i..............,........................ 56 Ouarterl Production Staff 3, 49 National Honor Y Society 2, 3. Ross, SHIRLEY ..,............................... ................ 5 6 Play: "Soldadera9" Pep Squad 29 Les Poupees Par- faits 39 Bowling Club 29 FTA 4. ROSS, SYDNEY ...................,..,.,.......,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,, 56 Tucsonian Writing Staff 3, 49 Quarterly Writing Staff 2, 3, 49 National Thespian Society 3, 49 Plays: "Fog Island", "Far Off Hills", "The Admirable Crithiton" "The Rivals9" National Honor Service Society 3, 49 Girls' League 3, 49 Writers Club 29 Newcomers Club 49 Tuc-Hi 49 FTA 3, 4. ROTH, RICHARD .............................................. 56 National Honor Society 49 El Cervantes Club 2, 3, 49 Bi-Chem-Phy 2, 3, 49 Boots and Saddle 39 Chess Club 39 Social Dance Club 4. ROYCH, RUTH ..................................................,. 56 GAA 29 Pep Squad 29 junior Red Cross 39 Table Tennis 29 Boots and Saddle 2, 3, 49 Ski Club 4. ROMERO, RUBEN ..................................,........... Football Squad 49 Track Squad 49 Cross Country 49 Letterman's Club 4. RUBY, LORRAINE .....................................,...... 56 -'National Art Honor Society 49 Twirlers 3, 49 Pirouettes 2. RUSIN, DIANA .................................................. 56 National Art Honor Society 3, 49 Boots and Saddle Club 49 Youth On The Beam 3, 4. RUSSELL, DON ........,........................................... 56 Football 2, 3, 49 junior Red Cross 2, 3. RUTHERFORD, BETTY .................................... 56 RYKKEN, NADENE .......................................... 56 Pep Squad 29 Chronicle Writing Staff 39 Tucsonian Advertising Staff 39 Tucsonian Advertising Man- ager 49 Quarterly Typing Staff 49 Terpsichorus 49 Pirouettes 39 National Honor Society 3, 49 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 49 junior Red Cross 3, 49 Girls' League 2, 3, 49 Girls' Social Hour 3, 49 Dance Committee 2, 3, 49 Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 49 Girls' State 3. SALAS, NORMA ,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,........ ........................... 5 6 Allegretto Club 49 Les Poupees Parfaits 4. SALGADA, HENRY ............................................ 56 SALMON, SYD ..................................... ............... 5 6 Quarterly Art Staff 39 Quarterly Art Editor 49 Chronicle Cartoonist 3, 49 National Art Honor S0- ciety 49 National Honor Society 49 Junior Red Cross 49 junior Guard9 Science Fiction Club 2, 3, 4. SALVATORE, BOB ............................. ....,............ 5 6 SANCET, BILL .,....................... ........................... 5 6 SANCHEZ, ABELINO ......... ....... 5 6 sANcHEz, DANIEL .............. ....... 5 6 SANCHEZ, NELLIE ........................... ........-....-.-. 2 6 SANDERS, SARA LYNNE ................... ............. Pep Squad 29 Chronicle Editorial Board 3, 49 Na- tional Honor Society 49 Girls' League 2, 3, 4 CSec- retary 4J9 junior Guard 39 Sunshine Modeling 3, 49 CTreasurer 459 Assembly Committee 49 Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 49 Girls' Social Hour 2, 3, 4. SANTO, FRED ............-..---,---------------- ----------------- 5 7 Intra-Mural Basketball 29 Chronicle Staff Editor 49 National Honor Society 49 Boys' Social Hour 2, 3, 49 junior Guard9 Bi-Chem-Phy 4. SAWAYA, EDWARD ........-----------------------------'-- 57 Hi-Y 3, 4. SCHAEEEER, LOUIS ....... ....... 5 7 Bowling Club 2. SCHALLER, KATHRYN .......................-...-..-....- 57 G. A. A. 3, 49 G. S. L. 3, 49 Basketball Club 29 Future P. E. Teachers 3, 4. SCHELL, JEAN .............................,...............,...... 57 Tennis 2, 3, 49 Pep Squad 2, 39 Basketball 3, 49 Volleyball Club 39 Girls' League 2, 3, 4 CService Chairman 3, 459 Council 49 Dance Committee 2, 39 Mixers Committee 3, 49 Junior Flag Bearer9 Junior 295 296 justice 3, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4 CVice-President 2, Pub- licity Chairman 3 5, Ping Pong Club 2, Racqueteers 2, 3, Tumbling Club 2, Golf Club 3, 4, Swimming Club 2, Girls' Social Hour 2, 3, 4, Senior Office 4. SCHIMMEL, BET ..................,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,v 57 SCHNECK, SUZANNE .....................,..,...,,,,,,.,,, 57 Allegro Club 4, Allegretto Club 2, Badger Balla- deers 4, Pirouettes 2, F. T. A. 3, 4, Music Appreci- ation Club 3, 4, Girls' League 2. SCHUBERT, SUSAN .........................,,.....,..,.,,,,,,, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Bi-Chem-Phy 3, 4 CTreasurer 35, Science Fiction 2, 3, 4 CTrea- urer 3, Secretary 45 Star Gazers 2, 3, 4 CTreas- urer-Librarian 2, 3, Secretary 35, Cryptography 3, Music Appreciation 2, 3, German Club 2, 3, Chess Club 2, 3, Ping Pong Club 2, F. T. A. 3. SCHUHMACHER, GISELA ,,,,............,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 57 Allegro Club 2, 3, 4, Allegretto Club 2, 3, 4, Badger Balladeers 3, 4, Quarterly Production Staff 2, Girls' League 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, Table Tennis 3 C Secretary-Treasurer5. SCHULTHEIS, THOMAS .i.,,,,.....,...,,..,... .,,,.,,,,, 5 7 Model Airplane Club 2. SCAPELLITE, SARAH ..,..............,,.,,...,.,,,..,,,.,,,, 57 Pirouettes 4, Girls' League 4, Boots and Saddle Club 4, Social Dance Club 4, Civil Air Patrol 4. SEAGONDOLLAR, JAN .,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,...,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,., Band 4. SEAL, LARRY ,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 57 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 4, Cross Country 4, Baseball Club 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, 'Junior Guard 3. SEARLES, CHUCK ....................,.....................,.., SEGELEON, PAT .,..........,...........,....,......,...,,,,,,,, 57 Girls' League 4, Les Poupees Parfaits 3, 4, New- comers Club 3, 4. SEGUIN, GREGORY .......,.......,............,............. 57 SEILER, JANICE .......,.........,,..,......,......,.......,.,.... 57 Cheer Leader 4, Pep Squad 2, Allegro Club 4, Allegretto Club 3, 4, Badger Balladeers 4, Play: "Doctor From Dunmore," Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Council 2, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Carnival 3, Home Room Representative CSecretary 35, Sunshine Modeling Club 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Girls' Social Hour 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, Senior Office 4. SELBY, HERB ...................................................... Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Cabinet 4, Dance Com- mittee 3, Junior Guard 3, Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4. SERBIN, GEORGE .............................................. 57 Band 2, 3, Home Room Representative 3, Bi- Chem-Phy 3, 4. SERCOMB, JEAN .....Ai.i...............................,....... 57 National Honor Society 4. SERCOMB, MARJORIE ...,.................................. 57 Pep Squad 2, Intra-Mural Basketball 3, 4, Hockey 2, Chronicle Staff 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' League 4, Junior Guard 3, Les Poupees Par- faits 3. SETTLEMEYER, GEORGE ................................ 57 Rifle Club 2, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4 CExecutive Commit- tee5, FBLA 4. SEVERSON, ED ,,..........,.......,..,.......,.r.......,.....,.. SGUTT, MARCIA .....,,..,,.,,,................................. 57 Tennis 2, 3, Head Song Leader 3, Pep Squad 2, Tucsonian Ad 2, 3, Quarterly Circulation 2, 3, Council 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Mixer Com- mittee 4, Junior Guard 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, Social Hour 3, 4, Modeling Club 4, Senior Office 4. SHAMBURGER, JOE ....,,,.........,....,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 57 National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Boots and Saddle 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 2, El Cervantes 4, Tennis 3, Home Room Repre- sentative 4. SHARKEY, JACK ........ ,,,.,,, 5 7 Newcomers Club 4. SHAVER, JERRY ....... .,..... 5 7 Tennis 3. SOLANO, STELLA ....... ,.,,.,, 5 7 SHERROD, RAY ................................,.,..,..,,.,.,., 58 SHOENHAIR, ANN .............,...,,......................,,, 58 Tennis 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, Cheer Leader 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Council 3, Girls' Social Hour 2, 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 2, Home Room Representative 4. SHRIVER, JEAN ..,.................,......,.,,,,,,,,.,,,.,.,..,.. 58 National Art Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Youth On The Beam 2, 3, 4. SHULTZ, GAIL ...,,..................... ...................,..,... 5 8 Band 2, 3, 4, Lyre's Club 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, CPresident 35. SIMONS, SUZETTE .....................................,...... 58 Tennis Ladder 2, Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Ad Staff 4, Tucsonian Ad Staff 4, National Art Honor Society 4, Terpsichorus 4, Pirouettes 2, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 4, Program Committee 4, Junior Guard 3, Sun- shine Modeling Club 3, 4, Girls' Social Hour 4, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4. SIMPSON, RONNIE ..... ....... 5 8 Junior Red Cross 2. SINGER, ARLENE ...........................,.,,............... 58 G. S. L. 4, Song Leaders 4, Pep Squad 2, Basket- ball Club 2, Chronicle Advertising Staff 4, Pirou- ettes 2, "Doctor From Dunmore", National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 4, Junior Guard, Homeroom Representative 3, Sunshine Modeling Club 4, Newcomers Club 4, Tuc-Hi 4, Mixer Committee 4. SINK, GERRIE ...........................................,........ 58 Pep Squad 2, Twirlers 3, 4, Tumbling 2, 3, New- comers Club 2, Square Dance Club 2, 3. SISSON, JOHN .................................................... 58 Rifle Club 2, Social Dance Club 2, 4. SLEIGHT, SHIRLEY ................................. ....... 5 8 Allegretto Club 2. SLIGH, JOE .,........................................ ................ 5 8 Football Squad Manager 3, 4, Letterman's Club 4, Rifle Club 2, Pep Squad 2, National Honor Service Society 3, 4 CExecutive committee 45, Boys' Social Hour 3, 4, Council 4, Dance Committee 3, 43 Boys' State 3, Senior Office 4, Latin Forum 2 CVice- President5, Hi-Y 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4 CVice- President 3 5. SLOCUM, CHUCK ..... ....... 5 8 SLUDER, JERRY ....., ....... 5 8 SMITH, DORIS ......... ....... 5 8 SMITH, ,JOHANNA .,..... SMITH, JIM ............................................. ....... 5 8 SMITH, JUDY ...............................,,...,............... 58 Band 2. 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Bowling 2. SMITH, KENNETH ..,......................................... 58 Gymnastics 3, Pilot's Club 3, Boys' Social Hour 2. 31 Councilman 2. SMITH, MARY EDNA ........... ..., ....,.. 5 8 SMITH, WALLACE ...........,....,......................,.... 58 SMOTKIN. JOAN .,,....................................,...... 58 Rifle Club 2, Boots and Saddle Club 2, Sunshine Modeling Club 4. SNIDER, JOY ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,q,,, 58 Junior Flag Bearer 3, Youth On The Beam 2, 3. SNIPES, JUDY ..,.,.,.....,...,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,, 58 F. T. A. 4, "Tonight At Eight-Fifteen", G. A. A. 2, Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Staff 4, Tucsonian Staff 4, Soldadera 3, The Far Off Hills 4, Stagecraft 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Mixer Committee 4, Junior Flag Bearer, Tuc-Hi 3, 4, Fencing 2, 3, Archery Club 2, Swimming Club 2. SOI-IAJ, FRANCIS ..............................................., 58 SOLOMON, ELIZABETH ....... ...,. 5 8 Pirouettes 3, 4. SOMMERMEYES, WESLEY ........ ..... 5 9 Rifle Club 2. SOTOMAYOR, ERNEST .................................... 59 Rifle Club 2, Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Circulation 4, Boys' Social Hour 4, Business Manager 4, Council 4, Dance Committee 4, Mixer Committee 3, Junior Guard, Senior Office 4, El Cervantes 3, 4 QPublicity Chairmanj, F. B. L. A. 4, F. C. A. 2, Hi-Y 2, 4, Social Dancing Club 4, Table Tennis Club 4. SPAULDING, DAVE ........................................ Football 2, Rifle Club 2, Football Club 2, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Boots And Saddle Club 3, 4. SPIVEY, MARTHA ............................................ 59 SPIVEY, WALTON .,......... ,.,,. 5 9 SPRAGUE, ROBERTA ..... ..... 5 9 Band 2, 3, 4. STANLEY, LILLIE MAE ..................................., 59 G. A. A. 2, Pep Squad 2, Basketball Club 2, Allegro Club 4, Allegretto Club 2, 3, Badger Bal- ladeers 4, Terpsichorus 3, 4, Pirouettes 2, Girls' League 2, Dance Committee 3, 4, Programs Chair- man 4, Les Poupees Parfaits 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club 2, Pirouettes Helpers 3, 4. STARR, GORDON .............................................. 59 Basketball 3, 4, Letterman's Club 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Lyre's Club 4. STATEN, JACK .................................................. 59 STAUFFER, WARREN ............,......................... 59 STEINKO, PAT .................................................... 59 Chronicle Staff 3, 4, Tucsonian Activities Editor 4, National Art Honor Society 4, Pirouettes 3, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, Junior Guard, Girls' Social Hour 3, Tuc-Hi 2, Career Conference Chairman 4. STERNS, BETTY .......,........................................ 59 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3. STEVENSON, LOIS .....,............................. G. A. A. 2. STEWART, GRAHAM ..............,......................... 59 Quarterly Production Staff 3, 4, Quarterly Linotype Staff 2, 4. STICHT, TOM . ..............,..................................... 59 Band 3, 4, Lyre's Club 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Homeroom Representative 2, 3, 4, Newcomers Club 3, 4, Table Tennis Club 3, 4. STOCKWELL, JAKE ,.,....,.................................... Baseball 2. STONE, ROGER ..... ..,... STOWE, DAVID .................................................. 59 STOWE, DAVID .................................................. 59 Basketball Squad 2, Pep Squad 2, Baseball 2, Boy's Social Hour 4, Ski Club 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Ping- Pong 4, Dance Committee 3, 4. STRAUSS, JOSEPHINE .,......,............................. 59 STRICKLAND, BOB ............................................ 59 Junior Red Cross 2, Junior Guard 3, Ski Club 3, 4, QSecretary-Treasuretj 4. STRUNK, GORDON ..................................,,,..... 59 Badger Balladeers 4, Arion Club 4, Hi-Y 4. STRUYF, ERIC ......,..........,...,,,.....,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,..,,, STUBBS, NANCY .....,..,.,,...,.,.,..,,..,,,,....,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Chronicle Exchange Staff 4, Tucsonian Typing Staff 4, Band 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Bowling Club 2, 3, 4. SUAREZ, ANGIE ..................,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 59 SUAREZ, ARMIDA ,,,.... ,,,,. 5 9 Junior Flag Bearer 3. SUAREZ, GILBERT ....,.,,... 59 STUBBS, NANCY .,.,..,,,.,,.........,.,,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 59 SUTHERLAND, EARL ...........,,...,,......,,.,.,.,..,.,,,, 59 Football Squad Junior Varsity 4, Track Squad 4, Badgers Balladeers 2, 3, 4, Arion Club 2, 3, 4. SWAIN, ANDY ............,....................,.,,,,...,,.,,,,. 59 Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 2, Chronicle Circulation 3, 4, Chronicle Writing 3, Boy's Quartet 3, Junior Council 33 Junior Guard 3, Sophomore Council- man 2. . SWAIN, JACKIE .......,,.,.......,,..............,..,..,,,,,.., 59 Pep Squad 2, Dance Committee 3, Girl's League 2, 3, 4, Senior Councilman 3, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4. SWEET, GAIL ........,.....,..,,,,,..,..,..........,..,....,,...,,, 60 Social Dance Club 4, Newcomers Club 4. SYDOW, GLENN .........,.................................,.... 60 TALANO, GRACE ...................................... ..... 6 0 G. S. L. 2, Pirouettes 2, 4. TANZER, GILBERT ........,................................,,. 60 TARDY, JERRY ,.......,.........................,.....,.......,. 60 Twirlers 3, 4 CHead Majorette 45, Pep Squad 2, Dance Committee 4, Girls' League 2, 3, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, Newcomers Club 2. TAYLOR, DORIS ............,............................,...... 60 Allegretto Club 2, Badger Balladeers 33 Pep Squad 2, Youth On The Beam 2, F. H. A. 2. TAYLOR, GARY ,,...,..............................,........... 60 Stamp Club 2. TAYLOR, REX .................................,...............,.. 60 Football 2, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Junior Guard. TAYLOR, SYLVIA .................................,............ 60 Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Editorial Board 4, Chron- icle Writing Staff 2, 3, Terpsichorus 3, 4, Pirou- ettes 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4 CVice-President 45 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Representa- tive 2, Council 3, 4 CPresident 43, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Swimming Club 2, Girls' State 3. TAXERMAN, BILL ......A....................................... 60 TELLEZ, BARBARA .....,.................................... 60 Pep Squad 2, Terpsichorus 4, Pirouettes 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, Junior Guard, Les Poupees Parfaites 4, El Cervantes 4. TENCH, MARILYN ...,.....,.,,.............,....,............ 60 Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Editorial Board 4, Chron- icle Writing Staff 3, Tucsonian Writing Staff 3, Quarterly Writing 3, Allegro Club 3, Allegrerto Club 3, Badger Balladeers 33 Terpsichorus 3, 4, Pirouettes 2: National Honor Society 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Girls' Social Hour 3, 4, Councilman 3, 4, Council 3, Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Mixer Committees 3, 4, Girls' State 31 Tumbling 23 Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4. TERRAEAS, HENRY ..,..,,.................,................. 60 TEVIS, CHERIE ...,.............................................. 60 National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Service Society 2, Organ Club 3, Bowling Club 2, Red Cross Representative 2, 3, Home Room Rep- resentative. 7 298 THOMAS, DICK ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,, ,,,.,,, 6 O Rifle Club 23 Pep Squad 2. THOMAS, LoRRA1NE ,,,,,,, ,w,V ,, 6 0 TIEMAN, BRUCE ..,........... ,,A,,,, THOMPSON, TED ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,AA,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 60 TOBIN, GWEN ,....,.,................,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 60 Pep Squad 23 Allegretto Club 43 Girls' League 3, 43 Dance Committee 3, 43 Girls' Social Hour 43 Homeroom Representative 33 Tuc-Hi 3, 43 Golf Club 4. TOLAND, BILL ,,,....., ,.,,,,,,r,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,A,,,r,,,,,,,, 6 0 Football 2. TOLSON, ARTHUR ,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A, Baseball 23 Quarterly Production Staff 2, 3, 4- Linotype Staff 23 Badminton Club 2. 1 TOOMES, FRANCES ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 60 Allegretto Club 43 Girls' League 43 Tuc-Hi 4. TORRES, EDWINA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,rr,,r,,,,,,,.,,..,. 60 G. A. A. 43 National Honor Service Society 43 Girls' League 43 Junior Guard3 Club El Cervantes 4. TORREY, HARVEY .......................................,.... 60 Quarterly Make up Editor 43 Quarterly Production Staff 33 Quarterly Linotype Staff 3. TRAFICANTI, ROBERT ................,.....,.....,..,.... 60 Tumbling 23 Chronicle Photographer 3. TREJO, JUANITA ...............................V.............. 60 G. A. A. 3, 43 Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Club Cer- vantes 4. TRETIAK, DANIEL .........................,..............,,,. 60 Chronicle Staff 43 National Honor Society 43 Chess Club 2, 3, 43 Stamp Club 2, 3, 43 Table Tennis Club 43 junior Guard. TRUIILLO, ANNIE ............,............................... 60 Allegro Club 43 Allegretto Club 33 Badger Balla- deers 43 Club Cervantes 43 Les Poupees Parfaits 4. TRUJILLO, PETE ................................................ 61 Cub Track 23 lntra-Mural Football, Basketball, Track 2. TULL, EDDIE ..........,.............. ,...,....................... Badger Balladeers 43 Arion Club 4. TURNER, -IOELL .....,..............,,,....,..,,.,,...,,........ 61 Rifle Club 23 Chronicle Editorial Board 43 Chron- icle Writing Staff 33 Tucsonian Sports Editor 43 Quarterly Writing Staff 33 National Honor Society 43 Junior Red Cross Council 3, 4 fCorresponding Secretary 453 Cabinet 43 Junior Guard 33 Bi-Chem- Phy 2, 3, 43 Chess Club 3, 43 Science Fiction Club 2, 3, 4 CSecretary 2, President 3, Treasurer 45. URIAS, GONZALO .,.......................................... 61 Chronicle Staff 3, 43 Tucsonian Staff 43 Hi-Y 4. URICH, PATT1 .......................... . . ,,................... 61 Pep Squad 23 Chronicle Ad Staff 43 Tucsonian Typing Staff 43 Terpsichorus 3, 4 CPresident 453 Pirouettes -23 National Honor Society 43 junior Red Cross 33 Dance Committee 43 Junior Guard 33 Tuc-Hi 4. UVODICH, KEN .. .. ...... ......... ,,.....................,,. . 6 1 Football Squad 43 Basketball Squad 23 Baseball Squad 2, 3, 43 Boys' Social Hour 3, 43 Council 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Boys' State 3. , VALDEZ, EDDIE . ..., . .. .. ...... . . 61 VALDEZ, IAIME ............. ...... . . .....,..., ........ 6 1 VALDEZ, MARY HELEN .. .. . ......,.. .. 61 Pirouettes 43 Les Poupees Parfaits 4. VALENCIA, MARY HELEN ...... .. Allegretto Club 2, 43 Pirouettes 2, 3, 43 Girls' League 43 El Cervantes 43 Les Poupees Parfaits 4, VALENZUELA, AL . .. ...... . ......... . . , 61 Dance Committee 43 Hi-Y 3, 4, VALENZUELA, TONY ........ ....... . ....... ..... 6 1 lntra-Mural Basketball 23 junior Guard 3. VAN CAMP, CAROL .......................,.............V.... 61 GAA 2, 3, 43 Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 33 Swim- ming 43 National Honor Service Society 3, 43 Tuc- Hi 2, 3, 43 FTA 3, 43 Boots and Saddle 23 Golf Club 3, 4. VANCE, CHARLOTTE ........,.........,........,.......... 61 Tennis Ladder 2, 33 Song Leader 43 Pep Squad 23 lntra-Mural Basketball 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Pirouettes 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Girls' League 2, 3 CPresident 453 Council 33 Cabinet 2, 43 Dance Committee 43 junior Guard Leader 33 Tuc- Hi 2, 3, 43 Girls' Social Hour 3, 4, VANCE, PHIL ...................................................... 61 VAN COILLIE, ARTHUR .................................. 61 Football Squad 23 Track Squad 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. VAN DeWATER, JERRY ................,i................ Football Squad 4. VANOVER, EDWARD ....... ,....... 6 1 Football Squad 2, 3. VARELAS, ADELA ........ ........ 6 1 Girls' League 2, 3, 4. VASQUEZ, LAURA ............................................ 61 Tucsonian Photographer 33 Badger Camera Clickers 3. VAUGHN, BUD .................................................. 61 Chronicle Photographer 33 Tucsonian Photographer 43 Badger Camera Clickers 2, 3, 43 Junior Guard 3. VELTHOVEN, HARRIET .................................. 61 Band 2, 3, 4. VICKREY, WAYNE ....... . Boys' Social Hour 2, 3. VIDAL, CARLOS ............................... ...........--..--.- 6 1 Cross Country3 Pep Squad 23 Chronicle Writing Staff 33 Quarterly Subscription 43 National Honor Society 43 Boys' Social Hour 43 Dance Committee 43 junior Guard 33 El Cervantes 3, 43 FBLA 4. v1DAL, coNN1E ............................. ..-------4--------- 6 1 GAA 2, 3, 43 Tennis Ladder 2, 3, 4, Iflfrfl-Mllffll Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Senior Office 43 Council 43 Dance Com- mittee 43 Junior Guard 33 Future P.E. Teachers 4. VISCONTI, NANCY ....................................... 61 National Art Honor Society 43 Star-Gazers 23 Science Fiction Club 2. VOCE, PAT ...............,.-----,V,,------"----'-'------ -t--------- Intra-Mural Basketball and Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Boots and Saddle 2, 3, 43 Rodeo Queen Attendant 43 Junior Guard. voN WALDEN, MAGDALEN .......................... National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4. WAIDE, PAT .........................................,...-,..-,,.EE, 61 WAl-KER, ROBERT . .................................,......., 61 WALLACE, BOBBY . ............................3.... ,-..-- 6 2 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 43 "30" Club 2, 33 Woodcrafters 2, 3. WAl.l.I, FRANK . ......................... ....... ...6..,- 6 2 WALLMARK, cARI.ToN ...... .. 62 WA1.1.s,FRANK. 2 3 Cross Country I year. WALSH, BoB . .............................. ........ i . ..3.. 62 Chronicle Writing Staff 33 Tucsonian Atl Staff 23 Quarterly Writing Staff 43 National Honor Society 43 Junior Guard 33 Junior Iustice 33 Bi-Chem-Phy 2, 3, 43 Chess Club 2, 3, 43 Table Tennis Club 23 Tennis Club. WALSH, JEAN . .. ..... ........ ........,. . . 62 Song Leader 43 Pep Squad 23 Chronicle Ad Staff 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 National Honor Service Society 2, 3, 43 Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Girl's Social Hour 2, 3, 43 Senior Class Council- man 43 Council 2, 43 Dance Committee 2, 3, 43 Mixer 4, Golf Club QSecretary 25, Modeling Club 3, 4 iSecretaryJ, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, Senior Day Princess. WALWORTH, ELAINE .......,.....................,....,. 62 Pep Squad 2, Terpsichorus 4, National Honor Society 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Girls' Social Hour 3, 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, junior Flag Bearer 3. WANSLEE, PAT ....,........,..,,......,.........,............... 62 Football Squad 2, 3, Baseball Squad 2, Council 4, junior Guard 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. WARD, BEN ,....YY..t..,...........,...,,............,.....,...,, 62 Tumbling Team 3, 4, Tumbling Club 3. WARE, JANETTA .,....,,,........,,.,.,.......,.....,,..,..... 62 GAA 2, 3, 4, Intra-Mural Swimming 2, Basketball 3, Hockey 2, Home Room Representative 3, 4, Golf Club 4. WARNER, LAWRENCE ...,.,...........................,.. 62 WARWICK, ANDY ............. ..... 6 2 Band 2, 3, 4, Lyre's Club 4. WASHINGTON, JOE ..,.......... . WATSON, BUD .............,.........,.......................... WATSON, DOTTIE .....,...................................... 62 GAA 2, 3, 4, National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Handball Club 4, Future P. E. Teachers 4, Basket- ball Club 3, 4. WATSON, ,IODEAN .,,,...,...,.,...........i................ 62 WEAVER, JOHN ..,,....,......,,.............................., 62 Football Squad 2, 3, Rifle Club 2, Intra-Mural Sports 2, 3, 4, junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4. WEBB, BILL .....A.......,..,....,.......................... ..... WEIERMAN, GARY ....,......,.,...,..........,............. 62 WEINZAPFEL, DIANA .............................,...... 62 Tennis Ladder 2, 3, Chronicle Writing Staff 3, 4, Quarterly Circulation Manager 4, National Art Honor Society 4 CSecretary 45, Terpsichorus 3, 4 iVice-President 4 U ,Pirouettes 2, National Thespian Society 41 La Soladera, Tonight At Eight Fifteen, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Girls' Social Hour 4: Cabinet 4, Dance Committee 4: ,Iunior Guard, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, fSecretary 3, Social Chair- man 47, Alternate to Girls' State 3, Senior Office 4, Assembly Committee 4, Homeroom Representa- tive 4 CSecretaryb, Citizen Advisory Board 4. WELLS, BASIL ............,,,..,......, .......................... 6 2 Archery Club 4, Woodcraft Club 4. WELTON, RICHARD ......................... ..... 6 2 WENTZ, JANET ..............,......................... ..... 6 2 G. A. A. 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, 4. WENTZ, KATHRYN .......................................... 62 WERSTLEIN, MIKE .......... -. ......... ..,..........,.......,. 6 2 Home Room Representative 4, Newcomers Club 4, Social Dance Club 4. WESTPHALEN, SHIRLEY ................................ 62 WHARTON, ANN ......................,....................... 62 Chronicle Writing Staff 4, National Art Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' League 2: Iunior Flag Bearer, Tuc-Hi 2. WHITE, EDWINA ....................................I........, 62 WHITING. PAT .,.............................................. 62 Newcomers Club 3, F. N. A. 3: Homeroom Rep- resentative 4, Social Dance Club 4, Tuc-Hi 4, Mixer Committee 4. WILKEY, DIANE ............................... ............ WILCOX, GENE ........ ..... 6 3 WILLIAMS, BOB ..........,.,...... ..... 6 3 WILLIAMS, CLYDE ................... ..... 6 3 Chronicle Writing Staff 3, 4. WILLIAMS, JIM .......................,........................,. 63 WILLIAMS,, PAULA .............,...................,,,,.,.,, 63 Pep Squad 2, Chronicle Writing Staff 4, Quarterly Editor 4, Quarterly Writing Staff 2, 3, National Honor Society 4, Girls' League 3, 4, junior Guard. WILLIAMS, PEGGY ........,....,.........,..,........,,...,.., 63 WILSEY, CHARLES ........,............................,,,,,,, 63 WILSON, EDDIE ...... ....,...., .,...,,. 6 3 Rifle Club 3, 4. WILSON, GARTH ..............................,.....,.,..,.,,, 63 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Boys' Social Hour 4, Cabinet 4, Junior Guard 3, Hi-Y 4. WING, -IIM ........,...........,.,,.,.......,............,,,,,.,,,.,, 63 Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4 CSecretary 47, Pep Squad 2, Boys' Social Hour 2, 3. 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. WOLF, JOHN ....,................................... ....,...,... 6 3 WONG, BARBARA ....................,...................,,.. 63 wooos. T. ED ..,,,.,,.................,...............,.,...... 63 Football 2: Chronicle Photography Editor 4, Chron- icle Photographer 3, Badger Camera Clickers 2, 3, 4: Council 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Other Committees 2. 3. 4, Homeroom Representative 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. WRIGHT, JEAN ...... ..........,............,,...,........,. 6 5 WUEFF, CHUCK .....,,.................,.,............,...,.... 63 WYMAN, IOAN ,.........................,.....,..,.....,........ 65 Allegretto Club 2, Badger Balladeers 2, National Honor Service Society 2. YABEO, CARMEN ......,....................................... 63 Pirouettes 2: El Cervantes 3. 4: French Club 2, Girls' League 2. YBARRA, SARAH ............................................ 63 El Cervantes 2. 3, 4, Girls' League 2. YELAS, MARY OLGA .............................,.......... G. A. A. 4, National Honor Service Society 3. 41 Girls' League 4, El Cervantes 4. YOUNG, BETTY IEAN .................................... 63 Pep Squad 2, Allegretto Club 3, Badger Balladeers 4: National Honor Service Society 3, 4, Girls' League 3. 4, Youth On The Beam 4, Fencing 4. YOUNG, CHARLES ............................................ 63 Band 2. 3: Swin2 Band 3. 4. YOUNG, CONNIE ........I..................................... 63 Pep Sciuad 2: Tunior Red Cross 2, 3, Girls' League 2: German Club 2. 31 Ski Club 3, 4, Boots and Sad- dle Club 3. 41 F. H. A. 3, 4. YSLAS. MARY OLGA .,...................................... 63 ZAHN. KENNETH ............................................ 63 Track 2. 3. 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Cross Country 2. 3, Chronicle Editor 4, National Honor Society 3. 4: Cabinet 4: Hi-Y 3, 4, Boys' State 3. ZAMAGO, CARMEN .......................,...........,.... 63 El Cervantes 3, 4, F. H. A. 3, 4, Les Poupees Par- faits 3. 4. ZIMMERMAN, BOB ...,..............................,......... 63 Ski Club 2, 3, 4, By-Chem-Phy 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Airplane Club 3, 4. ZUNIN, LEONARD .,..,.....,.............. ..... 6 3 Rifle Club 2, Bi-Chem-Phy 3. 299 O0 ADVERT! ER ' I DEX Apache Tire Co. ........,, Arizona Flour Mills .................... ,,,,,,, Arizona Trust Co. ......................... ,...,., , Arizona Ice and Cold Storage Co. .,.... ..,,,, , B. 8c. J. Men's Shop .,.... Barne's Chevron Gas ........... Beaudry' Motor Co. .....,.,,...,.,.,,, ,,,,,,. , Blakely's Self-service Station ..... ..,..... Bosnos Nash ............,...,...,.....,.,l. ,,..,,,, Broadway Village Drug Co. ........... ....., . Builder's Supply and Lumber Co. ...... ,....,. . Burn's, Hal Florist ....,............,..r.. ....,,,, Card and Sons .............................,................,.,,,. Catalina Drug Store .,r.........r,....,,.......,............,.., Central Auto Sales Division of Frontier Motors Corbett Lumber Co. .....,.,.,,,..,.,......,...,.,...,.,....,., . Country Club Market .....tY......t..,.,....................... Dolores Dress Shop ..,... Drachman Realty ...... Edel Motor Co. ......,.... , El Rancho Market .,,.,r....... Engraver's Corporation ,r,...... Flowerland .,.,.,.,.....,.. Fox-Tucson Theatre ....,. Grabe Electric ...,............. Grant Road Lumber Co. ...... . Green Acres .t.....................,..,. Hackett and Whiting Motors Haskell Linen Supply .rr..,...,..... ........ Inglis, Tom Flower Shop ........ Inter-Collegiate Press .....,..... jacome's ......,...,...... Joanne's ..................r..Y johnson Drug Store ....., K.C.N.A. .........,.......... . La Cucina Restaurant .,...,. Langer's Floral Co. .r,.. . Litt, T. Ed. Drugs ,.,... 264 274 261 262 264 265 265 268 270 264 270 262 267 267 274 276 264 261 261 275 263 271 270 262 280 267 274 261 277 265 281 280 269 266 269 270 274 276 Mardis Studio .....,...,..,,,,,,, Martin Drug Co. .................. , Minarik, Frank S. Realty ....... Mitchell Furniture ......r.... Mode Shoe Shop ......,..,.,,., Moran-Postan Agencies .,.,..... None N icer Creamery .........,. Old Pueblo Savings and Loan ....., Ole's Cafe ......,.,,,...,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, O'Rielly Motor Co. tt,..,,,,,,,,, , Penney's Dept. Store .V,... Peterson, Cele ,.,,,.,,,i,,, Pinecrest Variety ,,,..., Polar Bar . r.,........,....r.. .. Pope's Service Station ,..,. Porter's .............,.r.,,,.r.,,, Rainbo Baking Co. ..., . Rainbow Water Co. ,.,.. . Rhoads Jewelers ,,,....., Rollings Motor Co. Y,,, . Ronstadt's Hardware ,,..., S. 84 W. Lumber Co. .,.,,.,.r.,, , San Xavier Materials Inc. .... . Sears, Roebuck and Co. .t.,.. . Selby Motors Inc, ....,,,.,...,,,. , Sharp's Market ........................ Shearman, W. R. Furniture ,,,.... Shiff Construction Co. ....,.,.,,. . South, Zary Inc. .,....,.,,...,..,, , Southern Arizona Bank ..,....... Southwestern Sash and Door ...... Sprouse-Reitz .,................,............. Sundt, M. M. Construction Co. Thunderbird Shop .............,.......... Tilda's ...,.....,...,......,....,.................. Tucson Federal Savings and Loan Tucson Gas and Electric .,............ Tucson Land and Development .... Tucson Newspapers ...,. ................. Tucson Title Insurance ..... University Barber Shop ....,,, Valley National Bank ....... Westerner Flower Shop ....... 268 266 277 266 277 262 268 265 268 280 267 271 268 275 263 269 273 261 271 264 279 263 260 260 272 277 275 266 263 278 277 264 275 277 265 281 272 262 279 267 260 270 262 S0 L0 G FOLKS Good-bye Dudley. It certainly was enjoyable taking this trip into the past with you. Many people were responsible for our journey of Tucson Senior High School back into the school year 1953-54 when T. H. S. was the largest three year high school of the nation with an enrollment of three thousand eight hundred. Many teachers and counselors, among them Miss Harriet Martin and Miss Jacqueline Shelly, helped us select the fine staff we had this year. Mr. Robert Knez and Mr. Hugh Summers and their book- store staff were also very helpful. It was a pleasure to work with Mr. Paul Retrum and Mr. Bill Ohlson of Inter-Collegiate Press, Mr. Ivan Mardis who took the class and Tucsonian Queen portraits, and Mr. Lynn Sanders who took the Rodeo Queen portraits. Rv lg., Our advisers, Mr. Ace Flake and Mr. Harry Goldstein, were responsible for the fine spirit with which everyone on the staff worked. It was very pleasant working with them. Everyone on the staff did a very fine job, and it was a very educational and interesting venture. We made new friends working together and meeting the challenge of putting out a yearbook. The section editors and staff heads responsible for this year's book are: Lynne Roehler, who edited the Class and Student Life sectionsg Joell Turner, Sports Editorg Yvonne Cunningham, Opening Editorg jane Mc- Gregor, Advertising Layout Editorg Diana Weinzapfel and her Circulation Staff who sold over two thousand yearbooks.this year, a greater number and proportion than ever before, CDiana was also nice enough to take over the Writing Staff when our Writing Editor was forced to move back Eastbg Ann de Cook who drew the cover and inside decorative liners and her staff who drew the art work with herg Betty Newmeyer and her Writing Staff for the copy in the book, Nadene Rykken and her Advertising Staff for the fine job they did, Buddy Vaughn, Photography Editor who, together with Olga Alcaraz, Bob Kinney and Bobby Lee took and made all the pictures in the book. The '54 Tucsonian staff knows that next year's staff will find their adventure in putting out a year- book just as memorable as we have found it this year. IRWIN MORDKA, Editor, 1954 Tucsonian Xrifqb-9 W M fi-ifiifffw M ffvif fi? fwgw SQ., QWQQMZQQ, af ,,-,,.-.,.p-Q , W. -v I I NY m 1 'E' 5 gy INTER-COLLEGIATE PRESS Publixhers V Cover Manufacturers- Book Binders x g FACTORY A HOME OFFICE Kunsus City W Wig U! iffjpl H V 4 vv w M ,Wy 9 K wi V55 W JM f My Sgiwlffh J W' M W 40, f fi ,WW id ,- f X U My-ff Sf .K .ffl H k ., 'L.!k.m.'Ut , ch ly ,Q kivk JA-K., ff 2 K V A -'mA ,Q ff W lv ,rf lcd" nlA 'M..4 'viifm K.. 1, . A M 'F 'C Z' fm.-CQ, - 1 E H! - V1 i A ' w t , , 12 M, -,-m..f4...J-u..'L-g,..u . . N -www .,..,-. .- ., .- .. L:..,,Z,,.Q:1 A L-.-,.. ..... 5 . ,+A .- .J iii :Iii 1.11 SLI iL1,l'..'::'?TT T: "T .. 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