Tucson High School - Tucsonian Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

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In gratitude for guidance and to friendship, we dedicate this book to you. 1960 TUCSONIAN STAFF Fred Baker Bronnie Tuchman Peggy Bowden Yvonne Tellez jane Chambers Ruth Ann Kent Annette Halpem Carroll Commel Robin Matheson Eldon Bucknor Ann Edwards Mary Lynn Goebel Evey Fink Charlotte Quihuis Wally Tang Ricky Falkow Allan Kramer Alfonso Cota-Robles are l ake ' E, . l 1 , fi 'Q -- Q W We a, 55 . 2 , A 3 3-1231- P33 I Vwvgggejslflkfogxtggi 4, QQQSQEQEQ Ca V QEPSSQ 4 4 f life ---- - - - 252 Af9xg?f?wQQvQ3J549gf 1 ff -f f Ir ' 'A fe" up V ,vx I 5 R , 9 4 g Ev X q 1 . 1 T Y-Sl 11 5 L 1, 1 ,I -W wi 5 93. l . H , 1 'fy , . 'JH Ag' A X., 47, 4' 1 ' 4 Q ,, .4 A jr, -qw administration 45 Zi? QC E2 Q principal . . . andy talsarz 5 , L assislaal principals -g,..s to right: Mrs. John Ly om Piston Dr. Delb I S fp Jacob Fruch val Jasper. lhendlerg ALLAN HAWTHORNE salma! board ff .sf A GEORGE HUNT HW ? if SUPERINTENDENT Dr. Robert D. Morrow in .C N ,,1:..,, MW S"---. 4 administratars tucson sctmal district Tucson School District Number One is composed of sixty-one schools, of which Tucson High is one. In charge of these schools is Dr. Robert Morrow, Assisting him are Charles Carson, Associate Superinten- dentg Dr. Thomas Lee, Assistant Superin- tendent in charge of Secondary Educationg joseph Magee, Assistant Superintendent in charge of Business Affairs Cuntil his death in january, 196Oj. left to Right: Joseph W. Magee, Assistant Superintendent in charge of Business Affairs, deceased: Dr. Thomas Lee, Assistant Superintendentp Charles Carson, Associate Superintendent. p. t. 11. The Tucson High Parent-Teacher Assoc- iation opened its year's activities under the theme, "Come In, World." Presiding over the four general meetings were Presidents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Emery. The first meeting, entitled "Know Your Electronicsn included an informative film provided by the University of Arizona. The second general session was built around a panel discussion concerning juvenile prob- lems. "Is The Price Too High?," a program dealing with the moral problems of youth was presented at the third meeting, while "Our Contribution to the World,', a panel discussion headed up by T. H. S. students, concluded the year's activities. deans DEAN OF BOYS George Morrison P. T. A. PRESIDENTS Mr. and Mrs. Fred Emery DEAN OF GIRLS Culanrhe Braxelron lwokslarc staff Seated: Gladys Broyles, manager, Stand- ing Left to Right: Erna Kreider, Molly Canez, Wilma Strawser, Frank Tellez. fusladiaus left to Right, Raw 1: Lenore Bloom, Sere- fina Garcia, Erma Stevenson, Josephine Ramirez, Mary Arvizu, Row 2: Frank Rod- riegusz, Pete Garcia, Jesus Valenzuela, Jesus Pina, Candelerio Sanchez, Row 3: Arthur Maiia, Joe larra, Ruperto Lopez, louis Ruiz, Row 4: Rueben leon, Mike Riesgo, Ralph Carrasco, Willie Kendrick. S. library staff left to Right: Gertrude Prickett, Martha Lorenz, Harriet Klann, Grace Yoder, Ralph Hayden. BHK UU.Mx' X my vf , K. Xa F - . Q .l:. V-.,4 . , . sho. ' I ' P . ,.. . K, Q.. ,, Q 0 o ,. i"o.'.'o 'Q ' Q ' .VV -K' Y' , .Zum . 0: . X . :, "-ki." X ' 'Q '.'l:0", ' o .Moab nz .Y 6' , '-vzz-12:-:5:r. I ...--'fzi , . V K :if-li k li Qifpgsw iQ the fzzfulfy N.. NM K 'NWN f w- 'fx' - 2 1 Lucille Abel Curtiss Anderson James Anderson Frances Bailey Lowell Bailey Social Science English, Counselor English English Physical Education " 1 Q , l 1,2 A Ralph Bailey Robert Barclay George Bazetta Ethelyn Benson Lauritx Biorlie Science Electricity, Radio Chemistry English Music al John Blubaugh Social Science qi? 's 4... Glenn Broyles Radio, Counselor 'f- ::f -- , R ' an S l ,L Q'-' fi? 1 , ll, f B ' l l- fi , KW , 1 , J . xi. I. ., , Z Q - ' r. ,.., A K I 7 Philip Buehman Herbert Burrows Physics Spanish ral' i " ' I l 5 .- ' -4,2 ilifif ' 1 if X Paul Carmony Miss Sage passes her approval on Martha Hayes' poster. Business Education . -- s ,df 'Yfwf ' iiwifz, fj., -it f, " - "2 LGE' ',.z:,f - s 1 - Y'- - f ' if A ' V 1 ,, H. ,' fl' V' -" - fn., m. me 1. , si . 1? 'fp Q at i if s 5,2 1,22 L X E 5 s -' 555 rg 'Y iii I A 1 Q ...fd l L Q 2 7 A s 'Y' x I 1 .f T' dy 'lp Q :,sf,'.,'. A ...zu Q gf 0" t u, .n '- '- o o 1 .51-,Q . Dennis Cowley Ida Colaya Leonard Chedsey Otis Chidester Sue Clark Spanish Spanish Graphic Arts Graphic Arts Physical Education X? y N 5 ' ' we A f -1 .EI- gf I I 7' '- A K , A T: A 'milf' John Confer Thomas Cooper Leone Crosby Eva Culley Merle Denning Industrial Arts Social Science Physical Education Art Vocational Arts J' 1 V7 Diane Dennis Elnor Dotlefson Mathematics Biol09Y. Counselor X 3 li l N. K Q- - o -.. x x J fgg lg ' 'Q . I 25' x r Douglas Dietrich Brainard Douglass Biology Welding .ann -K Lloyd Roberts directs his advanced drama class. Paul Eagan English . .ov ,4' 3 - 1 3 'Nx 4 . 2 Betty Eisenberg Harvey Ferguson Ace Flake English English English 47 K 1 -.4 sv, '-Ar E. ---- , I l A . x William Gauntlett Frank Gladen Jason Greer French Commercial Physical Education ' hal Richard Force Soc. Sci. Counselor x v fo R ww' ,I John Hall Biology 1.3 Sterling Hatfield Social Science Q?" If ts! l . l Si Ganem Bookkeeping 4. .ti W it ,Q 1 is X X Glenn Harris Mathematics wg...- Ralph Hayden Librarian OUP, K K Ya - My f K . Eldon Hemphill 1 Mathematics N' '3' r- , 6 5 s sk c A l English teacher Miss Salzer grades test papers for all her classes. Dervld H9'1dfiCll50" Mathematics "AAA " K xp. , .Q W' i ..LL L S Sarah Higgens Physical Education 'ff it QV. --Q:X- Q. atv, ,, . .fi 5' k sr. '04 U' ' .,, 4 iv- u ken my g . ,2 vhs., My-LM Lf ,E W Fifa. . r'-M , ' ",-- ' Mildred Jordan Physical Education 1 --sun. John Kyle Mathematics E iifglw Don Lavigne Mathematics -we -, 41' q N L l L- J N l, lg-'A ' 151. f is E 1 Y 5 , E Y si ' A v I Gordon Logan Driver Ed., Counselor . W L of i , fs., -5 1 ' A I .4 ' tw., 42515. J, . Q : 'S . QW, .,,f3E3: ' , A 1-:L -- 'Y-1-, Emma Holland Biology I' L? A ' James Kinsey Carpentry Ralph Lash Commercial 'gag t fi?lg!,.f -1 'nl-sr-' - 1 Ernest lrving Helen Jacobs John Johnson E'19ll5l' English Vocational Arts Q4 "E lg iw ,, as 1 ,k, 55" TW V Egmfwzz .. ,, ,, -on-. an I Hugo Klann Herman Klenck R. C. Kline Commercial Counselor, G. Arts Driver Education fem Nu... A Tucson High graduate, Jim Wing begins his first year of teaching Biology. ,Of Y . .Nh v f Q, l v I ic 2' Q' X S. :L NX John Waite glances over daily assignmenfs between classes. '. 'hi al, 45- TY t 'V , f , s-... sc.: f ' 'T R, X l , f ,f x S X Elden Malhews Oliver Mayfield Com. Design Math, Phy. Ed. Don McAlpine Physical Education c . av V'-'fri Nxlf Romana Murolo German 937 ww il- 1 1,, .. I 1 1 he y N ff l. i 'iv iff AR 3' si f'.3 "QQ VY ?"-' Sim. ,f I . -Q sas, 551-. Nancy Lynch John Mallamo Homemaking Social Science . -- '-WN ...- X :I+ 4,,,,N 1 'Vx ...xl ' X 1 i 2 1 wb- s... -. 1, xl ,X , X XX x Ernest Mariscal Edward Marker! Spanish Speech .ii 'R 7-fi? , ,N A , ,f c f' f 'K' - fi- S nr'-" nb . ' 1 rr an L- I , 55555 ' isi-332533 amd' Wigff 1 . -W .- I ,sl -:R 1' X , S .il ,Fr nf A Harrielie Marvin Wilmer Martin English Woodshop 4 iff' V. K 1 'il' .- if , W, g , sg Leona Meier Tony Morales English Social Science S iiii S M, uv 'lil' A ks. . 'll V W ,qv -Y' 1 A N , 5 Gordon Morphew Science Arthur Niemi Physical Educafion x xv". Lenore Nier English Sw W- X ,. .EI 2, V S -4'9" ,E John O'dell Wd. Geog. Phy. Ed. Business v ij. on J 2975 11 1' 42s'sr2w:azt.sfsf11:,?' Z S H Ida Mae Nowels Social Science ish 'x xx ' ' ,,.., N John O'Neill T Reber' onlf Alle' Perkins Dennis Cawley instructs his Spanish class in the art Auto Mechanics English .lack Peterson Ruth Peterson English T. D. Romero Bookkeeping Violet Przybyl Commercial Bookkeeping ff Jean Saba Kathleen Sage Mathematics Art, Jewelry X Lloyd Roberts Drama of pronunciation. 1 rifh, X TV" 5' N Anthony Roda Social Science mir' .I 'uf gun . 7' ,lg-.icy 4 'V rg: ,. gulf! X1 51, 1 ' fi 1?lFry2f5'3 31 3, 1 l' 'iv 'ziilii' 'era N 'J' -A 1 pf- X Fm I A 4 -sf .Q- Jeanne Salnr Robert Sandin Wray Schmalhorst Gertrude Scudder Chester Sheaffer English Voc. Machines Distributive Ed. Homemaking Business Education lf' 'IK K fi '- ,ZQ 5:2 ru - C. if 43. k,'l' QQ, N- 4, .4 - ... V1 Q- 'Y V -J ,-. 5 ll f N -. sf X x ' If - ' f Frances Smith Harry Smith Ralph Smith Richard Southard Virgil Stan Bus. Ed., Counselor Physical Education Physical Education Auto Mechanics Physical Education I ' 2 . xt yy 5 Charles Steele Band cfm: V vs I Y ' x Q . 4 .fx 79 John Taylor Social Science ' Q ..- , -,ve V -V 'MQ " ' 11: I ' LGE." " ff ., mari?- - - - -x.-1? ,V - '1' '5 ',.fZ.. John Waite latin George Stewart Mathematics 1, eff., ' L, P C -QV Q1 - 1 N X , x - x Stanley Wagner English 'TV vii, K ' ' H W -' Y . 5 may ' . , I 5 I Ji Ki. 1 M ,sf 4 + ego NN.,-uk E! , , A , ,Q Fw .Qt Ss? Ruth Vilmann helps an English student with his homework. xii N irbe- Wayne Webb Music ,, ,.. E:,QQ . g . ti il ,, N ' E , If 1.. V , . I X I Harold Williams Social Science if Elaine Wuerschmidt English ,R i fe i is . V Grace Yoder librarian iiii 'H ,1- ' Ll.: William Westervelt Physical Education Helen Willis Physical Education Helen Yeast Counselor, Phy. Ed. James White Physical Education L. V 5 f A J " if ' 1. Lawrence Wilson Mathematics ag '51-'J T 0-ug Joel White Marion Whiting Social Science Chemistry 3 -Zz? Roberta Winberry Jim Wing Homemaking Biology if V ka fl KUHWYU YOURS Senior class advisor Danny Romero plans for the annual Senior Prom. Physical Education TAKEN HERE 1 iv' Km 8 UCSUNIMI PICTURES mr 'Y LH? ja, srv e J E Q' I W a Q ir 4, Y ,E M7 N 0 X. L ,V A , li.. uf ww ,-Eh? 5- 142: ' ,i,, 'im 54 E E' if .M fx ,W i ., A , ,, ,ay z, wx my , +- wr' ff gg. f' sz 5551. 124'-2 cz- S-BEM: 'i-we 'f 'W A s PO -agp Y' - F T i I :,-f v , x Is.. student ga wrummf "M classes 'ss sf mum 5.9 MANNY DON President student council Row 1, Senior Councilman: M i c h e I e Dumonteil, Bronnie Tuchmun, Paulette Halpern, Lin- da South, Diane Dennis, Neal Manning. Row 2, Junior Coun- cilman: Mary lynn Goebel, Tony Yeung, Jerry Gin, Kathy Bull. Row 3, Sophomore Coun- cilmen: Sandy Denny, Barbara Comacho, Jerry Anderson, Bon- nie Brooks, Betz Dunipace. Row 4, Freshmen Councilmen: John Webb, Judy Sullivan, Priscilla Boiarano, Sandy Facio, Jody McKeever. 26 it ,N uv ,Q Q FRESHMAN JUSTICES Mary Lou Bohardt and Leonard Don fl'lIdlfll7l15' L'l7W1Wllff6'L' ri 41 QR X: in CHIEF JUSTICE Bob Gee 1m'Q"t COURT RECORDER Suzi Kinkade SOPHOMORE JUSTICES Jackie Ross and Charles Blifzar Q.. 49", X., Q Y N ASSISTANT COURT RECORDER Judy Childress 5,5 'ixzgui JUNIOR JUSTICES Valerie Vance and Kathy Hammond 1-1'-Q ,of R91 SENIOR JUSTICES Jane Chambers and Jimmy Madril I W x ns- I-A! .'m.-.R Left to Right, Row 'lz Mary Helen Villegas, Tom Kay, Jerry Swain, Mary Lynn Goebel, Betty Blankenship. Row 2: Marianne Noe, Mary Mills, Nan Kling, Pam- ela Boas, Adrienne Wanger, Martha Mettler, Nancy Perlman, Paul Ostroy, Susan Brainard, Dick Chapman, Row 3: Gilbert Munguia, Evy Arm, Gail Fierson, Mar- gie Burges, Lynne Pressley, Lorraine Kling, Marilee Elmquist, Judi March, Nancy lhomas, Roland Scott, Ed Tanquay. Row 4: Lloyd Douglass, Jim Grimes, Pat Irook, Millie Banillas, Caroline Edmonds, Felicia Sanders, Virginia Kerr, Joanne Iardon, Valerie Vance, Kathy Hammond, Billy Hansen. Row 5: John Jarrcitt, Fisk. , -N. Eddie Pulacios, Jo Ann White, Susan Kern, Diane Noe, Karen Saber, Antha Cooper, Bob Williams, Dave Hearn, Jerry Steinman. Row 6: Tod Todnem, Alice Washington, Ann Pinnavaia, Judi Holloway, Jan Underwood, Donna lindo, Gary Blyth, Mike Cooney, Sam Ventres, Malcolm Levin, Row 7: Berry Roche, Joey Neff, Sandy Davis, Ellen Hutchins, Judy Reese, Ruth Warner, Jim Sims, Tom Webster, Eric Weinzapfel, Freddy Ochoa, Jim Moeller, George Anderson. Row 8: Chuck Hawk, lawrence Long, Steve Smitha, Steve McCoy, Gary Garrett, Randy Downer. hall nwnilor The Hall Monitors, under the direction of Mr. John D. UNL-ill, sponsorvd their fourth uiniuul Pzu'ont's Appreciation Night. The purc-nts of all football players were honored at hoth il footlmll ganna' and al daiicc ilftewwairtl. Tho Hull Monitors also sponsorcd tho Monitor of the Year contest, uctod as the official rec-option committee to our schools visitors and kept the halls orderly. CHIEF Jerry Swain VICE-CHIEF y Q J 1, Neal Manning ,af I y, to . f- gg Qs. fm .rf,, Q. W 43 X 5 l qu y, , ii . M ' Y F ,-.. fl . ,, 'll I . 010, 0 X Wllix A SECRETARY C Mary Lynn Goebel SERGEANT-AT-ARMS ADVISOR Tom Kay Mr. John D. O'NeiII 28 533 .xx lmmcroom r ,uresmfatizfv PRESIDENT Eddie Villa ADVISOR Mr. Dennis Cowley SECRETARY Sharon Larson left to Right, Row 1: Mr. Cawley, advisor, Jim Lee, Diane Sanchez, Marlene Olvera, Olga Arellano, Maureen McKeever, Toni Sanchez, Carole Nolile, Bonnie Brooks, Sharon Larson, Patti Dunlap, John Villar. Row 2: Larry Beach, Christine Orozco, Karin Ries, Patsy Horton, Charlotte Quihuis, Virginia Gee, Alice Washington, Claire Deutsch, Cecilia Martinez, Linda Aguirre, Pat Newman. Row 3: Fred Ball, AI Corley, Eddie Villa, Lucila Solis, Karyn Rogers, Nancy Khula, Evy Arm, Evey Fink, Martha Mettler, Sandy Padias, Robin Matheson, Marie Luke, Richard Yrineo. Row 4: Ray Kosanke, Bonnie Jones, Suzy Perper, Judy Stephens, Janet Hawke, Patsy Norton, Susan Slayter, Judy Childress, Linda South, John Ramirez, Larry Abeyta. Row 5: Larry Wiese, Carlton Savory, Mort Rosen- blum, Chuck LaVetter, Dave Warner, Jack Dunn, Annette Arviza, Jeannette Gardner, Grace Garcie, Virginia Strasburg, Miko Cooney, Glenda Garrett, Mary Lynn Goebel, Bonny Bartch, Cody Phillips, Terry Grimble. Row 6: Eddie Joe, Joe McGuire, Pete Samorano, Rudy De La Garza, Robin Clifton, Gary Blythe, Hugh Gammel, Jim Kirk, Liz Kreuger, Peggy Scanlon, Gilbert Munguia, George Goebel. Row 7: Hector Pesqueira, Bruce Toro, John Frericks, Mike Hayhurst, Sandra Sponheimer, Jan Lackey. 'E .,. 5, v .39 9 -4. , . 5 9.1 ' 0 Q O 0.0 . iff, . ,sz "3 . , , . 6 :fe smiar cabinet ,f-wt ' fl 1 X wil- r, . 1 -2 , L.. . PRESIDENT , Franklin Gee iii , L'-, - Row 1: Franklin Gee, Annette Halpern, Dil 5 V , Tift Diaz, Eddie Villa. Row 2: John Lyons, Esth J ,jx 3, 5, Bustamante, Maureen McKoever, Carroll Gommn A 41223 ur Row 3: Manny Don, Sharon Larson, Jus . '5?f -, 's Childress, Bronnie Tuchman. Row 4: Mike Hanlo VICE-PRESIDENT Ray Rodriguez . N, ,., , 3., m2ii4?:::, ' -wg -we-M ' Ziwliik 2 M..- 'v Q YQ' Vx 1 'S:',.... N' Row 1: Nugget Stone, Annette Halpern, Lucille Estrella, Evey Fink, Sandy Sponheimer. Row 2: Linda South, Carolyn Biggam, Kay Barnhill, Martha Hayes, Carol Davies. Row 3: Donna Jenny, Susan Kaufman, Martha Mettler, Bob Jacobs. Row 4: Chuck LaVetter, Norma Higuera, Aida Martinez, Cecilia Bermudez, Franklin Gee. Not pictured are Linda Aguirre, Mary Lou Bernal, Lorna Castor, John Clark, Natalie Clark, Michelle Dumontiel, Jan Ferguson, Roger Garrett, Gilbert Lopez, Virginia Kerr,Robin Matheson, Sandy Padias, Dick Romero, Felicia Sanders, Nelda Schrepel, Sherwin Scott, Linda South. le Dennis, Paulette Halpern, Judy Martin, Mary Sayre. Row 5: Jane Chambers, :r Holmes, Mike Meehan, Arthur Tom, Bob Gee. Not pictured are Ron Batista, Cohen, Gary Garrett, Suzi Kinkade, Mike Tom, Lu Juana Wolfe. cnivr dass ADVISOR Mr. Romero r agp ., ,... . "uw -' l 5 aloe fl in Kftf. h 9, SECRETARY Annette Halpern l BUSINESS MANAGER Paul Strasburg The annual Senior Day at the U. of A. started off the fun filled year for the Senior Class. This was a very successful event with a tremendous turnout and lots of fun involved. The Senior Prom given the magical name of Northern Paradise was one of the greatest memories seniors will have. Responsible for making the dance such a success 'were the Senior Council, Cabinet, and the class officers: Franklin Gee, president, Ray Rodriguez, vice-president, Annette Halpern, sec- retary, and Paul Strasburg, business manager. In April the class displayed their talents for large audiences in the annual Senior Follies. Thus, a tnily wonderful year was brought to a close. Mr. Danny Romero, class advisor, was of great assistance through- out the entire course of the year. His help was sincerely appreciated. Abbott, Peggy Aguirre, linda Altrens, William Alcarax, Gerardo seniors Arm, Evey Armstrong, Pat Ash, Marilyn Atkinson, Ray 32 B -uv 'Q' L4 Almado, Eddie Alvarez, Aurora Amparano, Vincent Andrew, Mary Apalategui, Charlotte Arenas, Evelyn iv .aft NM V, V Vxkr , H x Anderson, Jean Anderson, Tonie .lo x '2Qf:, n-new-wr' if -Vw ma- .Q iq, sf- 7 I - i l W '--nerr' il A iv In ae, V3 Q-Q.,-V+ - . :n" In W.. - R, f-- s,.. 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V ,.,,, . .. :Kawai :gy 'X " A -' lflll Ylx 'syf r"' if I fi ,,:L ' ' Baez, Mickey Baker, Fred Barker, John a.n..,, am nznclcm hundred .mfty Barnhill, Kay Baron, Tom Barr, Caroline fi rms 'S' .in QW 'Iv' - '90 L Brady, Pauline Brainurd, Susan Brunstefter, Annu Borquox, Carmen Boser, Judy Boyd, Graco Bracumonre, Ramon Brqnsfellgnjoe Brunton, Virginia A B i i ' 'za Q i B. on , i,N, L 4, fam, l Braun, George Brooks, Jancie Brooks, John Brown, Helen Brown, Juke Browning, Joyce Bryfogle, Don 35 Buckner, Eldon Busfamanle, Esfher Cachoro, Hilda Cain, Vicki seniors Cervantes, Doug Chambers, Jane Charles, Jerry Cheechoff, Alicia qfffwi ,.. Mme f- ,fa Coiere, Paul Campos, Mary Helen Cardon, Joanne Carrillo, Alex Carillo, Carlos Castor, Lorna Tj V mm M "wi X.. mfr' ll ,l- ug ,.,, ,M K. Carley, Alfred Carr, Shannon rw' MQ ,am se L. 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Clauberg, Pairicia l "',- V L Coffaro, Steve ,1': lag 155 ' - - .:f,51?ff ' 2 . 53.35 " Chilikas, Vicki Chrisiner, Gary Cisneros, Bernice Clark, John c,,,,,,, ,,,,, nineteen nnndred sixty Collins, Darrell L Coons, Eileen Cooper, Antha Cordova, Aida Cordova, Armando Cortez, Dennis Cora-Robles, Gilbert Cause, Dennis 37 Cox, Dennis , 'A 4 4- gr., Cox, Ronny V f 4' A Criss, Carole X . ' Curtis, Rocco Q C., 'X N.. I L TVN 18 ,...-as .1-e xf' Cuichall, Vicky 'N' Dalton, Dave in Davies, Carol '55 ,o tai ,.., r , ,-'Wg' L Davis, Sherman Dayhuff, Bob scuiars Dedman, Robert DeKanek, Joani Q Do La Garza, Rudy ' ' X Dolbridgo, Donna fs: 5' Delfs, Patricia Dennis, Diane I Diaz, Dina 'I-:Fifi " fx 7 : x I ,Q ' . 'A I .lkdgj ,elm nah.. ' QW? if 4., fu Q. ,L , if Zorl A - X N Hi if C C i 1. fl 'Y Warm' L L 'gr-'v 'Sl ww Dsl. - - V. 53 D ai l , r s i I 'fx I E .. ..V. K l fi -' K 1 'A . fl ' , f e ' A 1, , if ' wi, f ar wif VL .. ., P ...V 1 U X ,.v.-40 '- fs. al if 1 X if . Q 1 ' es S' ll' ' "NV Dumonleil, Michele 'W 'Q Dunlap, Patti Q W . ,fu 4 .,,1f2fLf1f f,-' 1, fs?:1wf1-22' QH'?4l5"' lv' L if r 'if M X if-'N me ' lf fvff 'Sf Q, ff Q 'T if C Q-If MW' 3 1 'QFUQ we xl? :I Tflazff '41 W' 2: A -L xi ' 242: -Us Q 'D 'P' D A 2 N , - QL , ,K . , A iw 'A , , , , ' ' r is 5 F 1-. gi - l"55:1iI9flf?f2l .5 LA , , K .A ,-,, .mlL.e:,A fiz ,, l ,Q in -. ,1- A 1 , , - 5 Dobson, Befly Q 3 Dobson, George " ' ill Don, Manny , J I "Al Douglas, Jim X L LL,..,1 , fa 1 Q in -Y 1' M v K ' wb? 4, ' , -, . ,iff H fr 1 'fig ' A Douglass, Lloyd Downer, Randy Dumas, David nineteen nnndred sinty Dunn, Jack Durazo, Yolanda Dutiel, Carol eeee ffl llell D D no . Edmonds, Carolina ' Edwards, Ann mum Edwards, Barbara ,L A --.A Ellerman, larry W1 Elmquisl, Marilee Engleby, Nelda . av? 'Al Eppler, Pat N Q3 Erdely, Bob 9' W 'Hun-' fig. at Estrella, Lucille Folkow, Ricky Farabee, Charles ,nk wtmy Z' m , :ff 1' fflfiafs Fergus, Jim ,L , I ' xi, Ferguson, Jan i i n rlgiu-n--' Fleming, Pa! Flores, Connie Flores, Melvu Fogle, Julie 40 L Fink, Evey Fink, Ken Fischer, Paula H 1 F, 4' s h fr 3, i .. ,V E ,ag wr l'V . ., 3 -W 5 A 4 'T' - --'- 4 Y' 49-If 3, .A pi? if rrrer F , - - , E211 45, 1 .eewlev f W. .Q 1 ' 9 ef I A za ' '- . - v 4. wa' A v ,, Z My ., M, .gf em ,. ,Tw i, ...,-...ag .-we -1.3,,,.3.:,, 1 S H ,f,,,1,12.,gW 1 ,,....:-Dv' .mv f.,e..,es, Heuer nineteen nundred silty Fuentes, Lelu 4 1 K ' f ' 'E'E,l3!:535i?f:'. W -,-- ,I , , I ..,m ,va-. , hex' ee: Forcler Duck Frazee Paul , 4 , H' Lytfg J Q te xr 4 ,3 K ? uf M,,Y5'1K, ,V . H etmhf: '-.-. .. " - ' ' H y 9' Frans Duck , A fx' ' Ae ks Free, Maurice X Frerichs, John Frick, Robert Frohlick, Fred Galarza, Gloria Gallardo, Arnold ,A I V , , P f ' 34 WW, 1 A 1 4 ,1 ,V ' ,,, ., We ' ' 22: e we ex F' - f ,gflf st " -fr afiiff, '- ...........,. nf Q 'N-lv' Q Y 4 6. 'tx ef ' ' . x Gallardo Rene 1.3-V W We KW i . .f ,ww I ' , nazi,- x " 1 X Gallego, Florencio Garrett, Gary Garrett, Richie Garrett, Roger Gee, Bobby Gee, Franklin Gilford, Willie Gilmarfin, Shirley scuiars Grimes, Jim Guerra, Andrea Guerra, Gloria Hagler, Virginia GQ, ' 11, K 'CN 1-5, xQ O 'Li kr l Gladden, Fred Gladden, Ted Goebel, George Graham, Gloria Griff, Carolyn Griialva, Alice 'nv' -s-.A+ "FI 'All a , 1 G ifif fes. 1 a.: f i r i' gi If ' K .nm i f 'ii' Qlslgre ' f. fff,.f2,,,3g ggyy e ,R 0 A l -,fl ,,a--. le ,E A, ,,,,. l as f. I '-'- 1 nf f f at K -. li eps Qi were MS f ' , W l Gommel, Carroll Gonzales, Gloria ,am S x ' V .W ,rr , eo fe adv- x s 45, ' -.- wwagg 1:19 F L my i""""Y' ' E., M. as y Mm 1- --' -W.. 5 ' X Af N I ' ,ffsfxga 5'-iw, , . 42 Wx L .14 Ava. if ills. 4 z x b H -3 - , K, -gi, . :.. , I A ,f qw 2' 91 Zig f1 L ,,-1 " I .... A ,,.., Halpern Puulehe Ha,,,,,,g, M,,i,,,,,, mnctccn hundred sufty KV 43 Q wwfff 5 , 4 w ' c w E' H2 .Eh - . s li P as ' J R51 fa.: vu.....gv L Jr ww .41 Jackson, Kaiy Jacob, Bob Jacobs, Tom lvanoff, Ronald Ivey, Elizabeth Jackson, Gene Jackson, Jerri J...,..e,, Diane nineteen nnndred silty Jaramillo, Frances ll Wlpm Ki? , , L L Jarmusch, Thomas Jaynes, Steven Jeney, Donna Joe, Stephen Johnson, Arlela Johnson, Carrie Johnson, Joyce H' 5 Q 'H w K IW' Johnsfon, Thelma 'PW ,, W Jones, Judith "- ' 29 r 'WF r K " 'R Juarez, Martha Jurado, Ronnie xii? , xr-11 - M 'V jig, , A ,, . 7 -Jr - wi ,gi 139, Kaufmann, Susan Kay, Thomas Kelsey, Noelle ha- f 4-5 f J' N 4 4 l L, 4 Sfffilfff Kern, Susan Kerns, Caiherine S KX Kerr, Virginia 'RQ S Khula, Nancy Kinkade, Suzi qw., W affair V 'Q , .,., J ff ,. r reuile r , 1 , Q .w ,ax f f. , i 4' " i . N " - :iw , .qi -f -. 1 Kirell, Jackie , , ' J ... ,fm e lg 'W VW, - Kling, Lorraine Q I its I K ' Kzningsorkaob I, . i, Q my Y' 1 QV, . mo , , A L' ' " 'M ' F0 I' GH N f L sh ,N N K X4 f- 5 'ii K 46 g 41 f iayggv ' ,U up E15 N. if? xl KN ff H 6 Q Q sig F 4 X K ff V W gr . 3 3 l Lee, Alice Lee, Sammy Lennox, Richard Laos, Tony Larrivai, Nellie Larson, Sharon La Veher, Charles .r QA A y . ., rooll L f L - We ror ' - or y L L5 ,e,,,,,,, Bm mnctccn hundred suzty lm' GW9' y X lg, Q K 5? 'qw .A Levin, Malcolm Leyva, Fred Lies, Sharon Linares, Mary Logan, Doroihy Long, Lawrence Lopez, Alice Lopez, Edna Lopez, Gilbert Lopez, Lillian Lopez, Paul seniors Manning, Neal Moran, Pat March, Judie Marcoux, James if 5? L. ft idk if! x Q--f Anno, K1 f"""f? x Lynch, Debbia 3 Lyons, John Mackenize, Jan ,-1, r""5 MacNeiI, Lorna Madero, Reyes Modril, Jimmy Maher, Alix Maldonado, Ignacio ' " , :wr r vw 'fss.f'ig4i:s': 4 in... ' 1 . :O 'R my if kg? I' 'f . ' K: J 1--'u rw. -6. .ate '- ar 1.,'3-r ,am xi' .pr-1 719 ' ,- I of li ,wvav QF' 4 'QF--HK" "- --J F fiifgf lift .yr .J , , x K ,. 'Qi ,-no, -XE away 4 K W" x .. A L , ' so f u1,Qwf'- if I ,W M ww we is i"""'m'w- K 4""'4"""lv Nkud 4 f Markland, Carol l Marler, Delphia Martin, Judy A Martin, Kay ' guilt' IN L Martinez, Adrian Martin, Pauline Martinez, Aida Martinez, a..rn,.m. nineteen nnndred sixty Martinez, Helen wr'-Q. 'fb wr' af' '79 ,gee kt, 1. m-mv' Q,-,....,,, a I 51 i,yQ1nw . Arif Martinez, Hope Massey, Lydia Mata, Rosemary gliyiihwlm to Matheson, Robin I L McBride, Bob Q ' 5 McConnell, Lamonte "' ' McCormick, Sally ' L f ir Wg I " ffl fiszafw- . , awe K A it ' wh' ' -, L W' 4 49 50 McCoy, Marry Jo Q ,.,, McCoy, Slove 19- .Cn McDonough, Marcia Mv:Fea, Bramble Q K 3 ,- L A X -25554331 na, .- 11. :fqis A. , .., ' - McKeever, Maureen 'V 'Q Mclaughlin, Jim r. f ,aww 2 Medina, Ricardo x " w' f 1, Auf ""'9av '-Tb' l 1 'Ns-,427 I I if H' .1 ,mf ,E 'AV' 1::m . 'fs ff , M M M H- - seniors Meehan, Mika 537 ' 7 - , - ,VJ 1, , Melillo, Fefe fa Vg f 'M' ' ' x in ' -'M M? --M ,,,,,,..r H Mettler, Martha Milberg, Kona Miller, James .,....-.- 'Y l 'Z M Q 'nai n ,M id 1.'. V, , rvl., , .- K 'iggg f I ,Q 1 1-' ' 5 ' . " 1- - I1 fl' Miller, Toni 'sk 'N ,Lf 46 6 N Mimeor, Fat 4 Q W A Q Molina, AI 'S' . ff' ' ' Montana, Mario V""V 'egg "u" 'G-'vw-' g 1 --. A 4- new -. 'f'gSgf'1w2iemms!5ggw,1.:af-'.,ff1fwe -V V, .. xv fglygn H je -.W . I J .1 'f--gag ' X 'A- jx Nw. 17' ' K fssTlfffE:l1ff?" , , . 5 .. WM, rg. v L I , if N Ss ii gi - N f on Q S, Nm we , N me N, ' 5? ...N,..- Y 'W fn. ,wfv T' 9- , IQ l ' it? F' H! ,wr ll Y-UA' A 'Q' K ' ' 1 f or S? -- - . , , L1L,y, , f 1 ., ' " ' K ,F all A Q - gi K i , -" S2 N ya LA Mi..-19 X suv, e Q L A, ,..:, .X A-',,,,,.. fb' W. .4 'i - A Moore, Shannon Moran, Bob Moreno, Helen ' Monteifh, John Mooney, Jim fy , r Moore, Alberto Moore, Charlene Moreno, Vincente lfiffftffn hundred Munguia, Gilbert fLVV V v .,' 1 .nrx if yr A-K .lx Monoz, Adriana Musselman, Donna Nastri, Emil FUN '-m.ff,fu-u Navarro, linda Navarro, Sergio Nelson, louis Nevares, Irma Newcomb, Barry Noe, Dlane Nolan, Eddie Norihway, Rosemary Norton, Onafre Norville, Sharon Oafes, Deanni stulars Ochoa, Freddy Ochoa, Johnny Ochl, Don Olivas, Henry Osiroy, Paul Ousley, lefty Oven, Ja Ann Padlas, Sandy Parlzok, Dave 4 W lZ l 'QQ AW' awww - am- -:PM-H0 L 'ND' wk Mur- -M04 -fix .. ,,,..,,,,. - 7, fm, , ,pr s-Y 3 , A V,-'X 'x KA! r c J is ,,, X , ,,: ZZL .X wwcgw and l--fy - 1 W., 4' Parrish, Dolphu Patrick, Rick Paulos, Nick if E Payne, Bob Perez Marfhn Perez Virginia .J H I 21. . , ' . ,gi Pesquenru, Hector 5 X15 4 x 2 X Pesqueira, Jennie lfiflfffflf huffdffd fifty Peters, Julianne Philipson, Robbie Pinnell, Steve Pinson, Bob Plunkeii, Carolyn Posner, Michael Postillion, Janice Prossley, Lynne ft M' , K fiat: 'WNUQF' .. X' mt. 3 -,L my E Q4 S Af '- ' Q' 5 X Q . 'wifi -lf: , g ,, , ,, Wx ., ILA , ' N sk- l"' - . QU 1 'WH -'H-:wr .viyi :sv 1' . Q 'J gy K' R Si: . f' .... W ,X Q 'E ' If ri . , .Q 5 5' all my , 1. ,IQ ., vf 'f- iw- llgiv lVAW A :AA e , .L Q X xx g 1 f' L. Romero, Joe Romero, Luzardo 4 L Rogerson, Terry Romero, Alfredo Romero, Dick Ronquillo, Blanche Rosales, Art Saber, Karen Robles, Cenobio Robles, Irene Robles, Victoria Rodriguez, Ray uinelecn hundred sizty 15 xy ,rw my Socherson, Befti Solyer, Carolyn Sanchez, Evelyn Sanchez, Norma t e Q h w? 2 X NX L . E A . .. .., ,. ,:1.-3, 511 91, A 'ws 11525 'Hia-54 i ' Wi -liz I 2, A if ' A' , S 3 ?lf' f'.:1.if1- '7 ?K?3? . "'lf:"'I: ,. ' ' . .e , L .,,, gf, 3 f .cy . 'fi'-'Q1w:,:5. 'fa g l 182 ff? , - 14 M -- V . , qkky ' Sierra, Gertrude Sisson, Bill Smitha, Steve Slagle, Danny Smith, Fran Smith, Stephanie uiueiccn Solis, Lucila -1.0-ffl, ' " Soto, Mary lou South, Linda Sperling, Donna Skaggs, Carole Skaggs, Paul umircd silly Sponheimer, Sandy Spring, Kenneth Steinbarn, Mike Stinson, Martha Stone, Nugget Stowall, Aaron Strasburg, Paul Streets, Catherine seniors Tapporo, Audna L av ' it Y ,VO ' ij ,1.....,- Streets, Douglass Sullivan, Jim Suter, Dave Swift, John Tamayo, Lucy Tang, Wally 1 . S: Taylor, Everett ' Taylor, Kenneth Taylor, Millard 9 Q in--ni' Y 1' fl 1 we 1 wrnrg .L ..,- 5 ,. ,. ?v1f4+?35' -1 : 'X i - ., . will 3333? 4 gt ,,. 5- Sigmlf' ., .,,,..23., ,Li ,L .?::f'42S'51i353Si2E. 2 .. mg me -U1 asm Q V... y K, e A ,, Sutherland, Steve Swain, .Ierry , may , 1 , ,. l I - - 'vt-.Q L 5'-2' L 4 fv- 1,4- 15 :v A ,. , y fl X 1 m M911 A . . ...,,, .YQ ,. 1, Sam .f , ' S , 5 S 5 ' 9 f J' A we -4 1 ' ,f A .E ' ' . - 'Q , 1 'if 'KtE5?l'?ila-1115 v , a ,sen ii? '.1f,:a.:' ' .7 4 5 N - be-W z"3ft1,5,,,,,, 'QQ . .lg S, 53 W 4, . ,,,,,, is M 1 " l F wr M E .nm 1 -we ,M--, Tom, Mike S., Tegarden, Frances Teller, Yvonne Temple, Robert Thomas, Jay Thomas, Robin Thompson, Barbara Thomason, Irene an Q W. rm, Ar! nineteen nnndred silty 5 1. lv ' 4. A. Q45 Ol. i as ' i .wf,..,,'s5uv omg 4 Q-M'-nr 45 Townsend, Homer Tralaue, Terrell Treadwell, Jane I T l f f ' j Tucllman, Bronnie ' Underwood, Jan H ' N Vance, Priscilla Venrras, Sam llll . . e e A N Verran, Joyce Villa, Eddie Villar, John Vilequez, Fran Voorhes, Jean Ward, Doris Warner, Davie Warner, Ruih seniors Weinzapfel, Eric Weinzapfel, Jean Welch, Donna Wesson, Marilyn Wheeler, Dave Wheelin, Jean White, Jacqueline While, .le Ann jx Qu.. 6 vt' Wafring, Jim Watson, Joyce Webb, Barry ig.::'uS' QQ- l 135. - o ..:., X KX 5 1. , 'wif' 7 'VX fffb W., ,..,l 'SST' Q , , . , fwfrgglq 2 ., M it 'Nl pi ,line , ,an r MJ h, , ,,,1 fVii 'Winn 'Q' ., 'fp' .af 4 A 15 ff? L int 4k.L gil' 'K ,gr il 5 t 5.5 W1 Q A gi I V: 's 'P wigs, ,vw 'W-'ZS-7' K s "Xt .. " K 33, fi . K g',ig .s ', -gpiif frgl' 1f"a1m:s.w':f t 3 , I Wmkf' 1 K ,,,,.,. V K . :ai ...K ,t if: X W H NRG. . 'Pkg 3' O"""'ls- Wielang, Dottie Williams, Bob Williams, Susie Willis, Dolores Wig, uv 'saw' -if-sw uw t . W 2' iw" lr--nu ., Higgs? 5.5, l T f"i2,'glF, w 1 .L.fy'f., Ei 9 ' l i he A , W N. Wolfe, luluana ""J"fg Wong, Victor , Woods, Ethel I j' Woods, Stanley , ,.. Woolbright, Dorothea Woon, Danny Wright, Dawn uimffeen hundred sixty ' A A 5 Yovanov, Jack I X ' ' "2 Yslas, Frank " U Yturralde, Pauline if 11- Q. V Zazueta, Manuel A :WJ - myis- Zawadski, Christina Ziegenfelder, Barbara Zepeda, Yanula Ziblat, Barbara AL 61 juuiar class 'i 3 4, ' 3-f i W PRESIDENT Bob Rogers ff, il V"-s-up 21 xi Viilil The 1960 junior Class had many activities throughout the year, the largest of which was the junior Prom. Mr. Mariscal, advisor, was of great assistance during the year. Bob Rogers, Presidentg Gloria Hom, Vice-Presidentg Reva LaVetter, Secretary, aided by the five councilmen helped produce a fun filled and eventful year. , VICE-PRESIDENT t, Gloria Hom -"l Ui Left to Right, Row Davis, Sherry Van Mary Lynn Goebel, Aguirre, Phylis Almazan, Jesusita Almond, Richard Altamirano, Angie Alvidrez, Gloria Amado, Bella Anderson, Janet Anderson, Priscilla Anthony, Joe 'pe A 1- ,- 343, -A QQ ll -Lf - 5 FQ- U. . 'A ig -Aw:-qv Q "f'92.l4"' , 6:53-1.. 'D A SECRETARY Revo laVetter I: Ernest Batiste, Tad Todnem, Bruce Toro, Kathy Bull, Marty Rosen- blum, Bob Rogers, Jerry Gin, Judy Reiter, Gene Woon. Row 2: Tony Young, Sandy Camp, Ellen Bernstein, Reva laVetter, Diana Schubel, Valerie Vance, Barbara Lanon. Row 3: John Jarratt, Ruth Ann Kent, Dianne Trego, L Gloria Hom, Gail Fierson, Jean McEwen, Kathy Hammond, Norman Webb. X5 -if ,K -1 I: ADVISOR Mr. E. Mariscal 1 . T"" ". sa... ,...i, 'Qi Mg? ear-N' 'bw bk f N .131 ,321--:H a25E5EsE3525.?:f52s . .,......,...... ., , ,,., - i'HSS:::,' ai., J u...., ,, . Ffh, L fs 5, 41? 4 Sw. k K9 In N N, W 4 -. 'iff-iy,.LgJQ Y fr , , , ,j ,gr - . 5, -Qgvugw X W1 4' 'Wig Y J -1 Q5 ,gl , Al. ,, .. .I ,F ,hi I . , A ,ff -wil. . ' !:. g .., ..,.. . -7 Zim, , . M, It ,z QQ iw .b mg.. ,wr . N, , .mffi 11' Q , b,-,- 1 w Q, 3 w ,mg M-.. 4 my W Wx Q 5? 'X f "A' ,uf gr inf ig, .X juniors Duncan, Mary Ruth Elling, Barbara Everton, Ruth Feinman, Gail Feldkamp, Jerry Felix, Gloria Ferreira, Sarah Field, Jon Fierson, Gail Fink, John Finney, Cryl Flores, Evelyn Fontaine, Judy Fassenkemper, Allen Fuller, Michael Dalton, Suzi Davis, Sandy Delbridge, Deanna Diamos, Kathie Dixon, Darlene Dotlenrod, Mary Douglass, Beverly Drow, Kathy 'i 7 Clark, .lahn Cooney, Mike Cota-Robles, Alfonso Crabtree, Pam Crook, Pat Currier, Guy JE? if 'E ""l"I V.- 'ul 3 332 Galaz, Margaret Garabed, Linda Garcia, Carolynn Garcia, Sylvia Gardner, Jeannette Garrett, Roncevert nineteen hundred sinty-one Gee, Virginia George, Gloria Gin, Jerry Goebel, Mary Lynn Goff, Marie Gomez, Eva Norma Gommel, Hugh Gonzales, Silvia JW YC? we i-Qui' Vina-P sv' LY 'Q 'iigufk "'C5f'f-3' f swf f Grabo, Gerald Garcia, Gloria Gradillas, Dick Grantham, Bonnie Green, Jo Green, John Griiolva, Emilia Grossman, Marilyn Gutierrez, Patsy Guy, Jim Halger, Judy Hammond, Kathy Hansen, William Hardy, Marilyn Haro, Clementine -44,24 FWS' W-HM .q w , I V ,., , .il w QM L4 nh A H ,Q as T' :sl y. 4 I .. r lg? , f Qi N N m. " '- .rv -.w - ,Jn ' r Qi We ?: "' - . 1. psqv . X L x. 4 -I M me A X Q , . .,, Y, '41 .- 2 an , in 'aim , , .r. ., ,, Qing: 'ff E l F x 4 . eff' i L 5 l Kildow, .lean Kimball, Bill Kirk, Jim Kirk, Melanie Kling, Nan Knapp, Carole uinctccn hundred silly-one Koshmider, Jim Krietz, Albin Lackey, .lan Lanan, Barham land, Judie Landros, .lo Ann lantz, April la Vetter, Reva .Nm :qw- Qw- Qi' f l? " 551-11:- 'Im -aye, Q 1 rpg-XA ,H 1 'lit -an is li 35? l r ' ZfQl55l" :lS i 3 125" 1 i ' V' J ' , "'l 'fi- '-', , f i t W A ,fi J ,,,' L 1, . fr. ' fr aa- il . fr" L lee, Cynthia Leo,'l.inda ' Loon, Carel leon, Olga lewis, Tani ' Lindo, Donna lizardi, Ben lopez, Norma lopez, Rbsie low, Gary Lowe, Hal 1. luian,4Joh McEwen, Jean McGuire, Joe Mahoney, Beverly juniors Neff, Joey Norburn, Gloria Noriega, Monica Norman, Joyce Norris, Gary Nowinski, Barbara Nuttycombe, George Ormond, Doreen Ormes, Connie Ouko, Roland Pennachio, Ann Perlman, Nancy Peyron, Albert Pfeffer, Herbert Pinnavaia, Tony Milberg, Lenore Miles, Frank Miller, Sandra Mollenkoph, Sonia Monie, Eddie Morris, Joyce Morris, Pat Munguia, Gilbert if 5 4-Sf, Mandros, Pat Manuel, Florence Martinez, Irma May, Margrethe Mendez, Robert Meyers, Bruce 'Q M49 Y.w.,-, Q LK L H bl.. X ' wi' 'kv' ...I 'T' 'uf' .. .,!,.,,, ,,, ,. ' . . K ,L 2 or , In 55: -'fi?ii'.x. Q , E 14.1 V" .l VSXFE ' rf, 'I xr I1 ,iw Q will 1: Q J an 5 . QE J , fl x ff . i " X ' lieu. -1 R Ni 1 f' , r Pfersdorf, Lenette Pylant, Kathleen Quihuis, Barbara Quiroz, Ruth Rataiczak, Don Reiter, Carol niuctmf hundred sixty-one Reiter, Judy Reuter, Marguerite Reynolds, Bill Rhodeos, Norma Rodriquez, Mary Rodriquez, Yolanda Roeding, Lynette Rogers, Bob , . 'S' " o S -2--'T' A., Ev, fs: i, if Howie : I Q, 11,-mfvrzflifz, :rf-,,v1Ji::f:f1zvz -1wf11,.:, In L1 - - 1 Rogers, Karyn Romero, Betty Jane Romero, Lupe Romine, Lorraine Ronquillo, Isabel Roscnblum, Mort Rucker, Eloise Ruoda, Fernando Ruiz, Graco Ruiz, Mary Russo, Dan Salvador, Virginia Sanchez, Frank Schaeffer, Sharon Schauff, Mariln LU C . F f Q i 'fr 'al y '51, Q at ,gf ws JW Q. :ez z,: EW: UT k ii" ,. .. f 1 i 1 -we: 'QM 9 :-P 1 ny, x. g n lit L. Truiillo, Carlos Underwood, Jacque Valencia, Alice Van Camp, Sherry Vance, Valerie Verdugo, Flora nineteen hundred silty-one Zebell, Judy Zepeda, Gloria Villalobos, linda Villegas, Irene Villegas, Mary Helen Waer, Norma Wall, Ernie Wanger, Adrienne Ward, Elaine Washingion, John Wasson, Charles Webb, Norman Weinzapfel, Mo Williams, Dave Williamson, Athena Wilmofh, Miko Wilson, Sharon Wolf, Nora Woods, Loren Yeung, Tony 71 v 0 ,uf Q Ft 'U Yr. TV, A '-1' Barge, Cynthia Bias, Anna Bierce, Rich liiiire . gain n ,K Geoff lla rilyn llllero, Ed . eeee K i i I EXE: ,,. -,.F,A, v- Q If Bartlett, Nancy Bartz, Charles Bedford, .lan Beiarano, Priscilla Beren, Peter Blankenship, Mae Blitzer, Charles Boas, Sue Bogue, Barbara Banamigo, louise Vlary Lf'B'lf,l., ninetcm hundred sixty-two Brean, Ronnie Bright, .loan Brill, William Brooks, Bonnie Bruegger, Nancy Cabrera, Ignacio Caldwell, .lay Camacho, Barbara Campuzano, Cecilia Carbaial, Bill 'lui l l i EE S I I.. . Li -fklklfl TW . ,gan ,. R' f Il- I ll - l ini LF L --1 -levi..-, tif' - K Wil," Flores, Jose Force, Rlfa Fossland, Bob ww mba 21, mee' we . 1 s L .i I ' ' 1.tW:"'i,',i I .1-SR: - ' 2 1121: N 23 +"'f 2 f ' f' 1 A' N -ffff-' gr ,I -sr"'!' 1, W ggwlgi 4.,,,, ,V ., , f ",""" . .mei .a .51 H it fi ,ESQ 421.95 K 5: Q 5 5 . all .3 X ' -A xl flfil, 5- if -2 ' r " l " f S , 23 'B 1 N :g,:. 4: .ea , 1' -x 5 ., n e G' 54:12.15 i'nz,,,, fi-"f:'fftfgf.fsg1f"1z5e' my . .,, 4 5551, , .4 ef, ,. Ae- N -, - K, -A, wx, wi-f,, A ,J 1 t .,,, ' 4 ,za ' we ., it , K 'MfW'i" ' 'QI 1 . ' 'It ' 1.422 . 1 , l .D il 1 A "1 2303 i f ' .6 ' 529, , , wr e e f' 5 ,JE- ! H me X I 'fe K fe, Q e .. We Gardiner, lloid Gardner, Lenny Farnum, Diana Felix, Kafhleen Fellner, Richard Figueroa, Henry Fimbres, Delores Fox, Roger Free, Marta Fudge, Alan Garabed, Poriia Garcia, Carol G..,.en..m, Any. nineteen nnndred sixty-two Gordon, Alexander Govan, Linda Grabs, Dianne an Geissler, Evan Gennerich, Marianna Gilmartin, Fred Gomon, Bill Gonzalez, Becky Grauman, David Greenbaum, Jean Greene, Jeannetfe Greenlee, Caroline Griff, Diane fp ',f-9 75 .:.4,. 1 ,gg av qw.. ww. g. Johnson, Ricky Johnson, Vicki Journey, Sandy Kalinske, Tom Keal, Virginia Kosanke, Ray Kosich, Carmen Krebbs, Kathy Krueger, Liz Larriva, Vicky ne-wr Mike mucteeu hundred .fifty-two Leon, Joe Lewis, Harry Lewis, Patti Lewis, Sharon Lisalda, Julia Lopez, Rebecca Lowson, Judy Lucero, Connie luke, Marie McCaslin, John McConnell, Ediih McCracken, Phillip McDaniel, Charline McFadyen, Pal McNary, Joyce Marfinez, Lydia Mafas, Naomi Meehan, Larry Mehl, Marilyn Melser, Nancy saplfaluares Miner, John Miranda, Esperanza Montiel, Denise Moores, Janet Maran, Georgina Murguia, Gloria Napier, Jim Noe, Marianne Noriega, Aida Norton, Patsy 78 RX I Ax 0 'X , -REI" L 1 , , . 12' wr 4. va aw. Vi r QW. Ritchie, Philip Rivera, Emily Roche, Berry Roias, lrene Romero, Mary Ann Rowan, Judy Rowles, Patricia Rowton, Judy Rushing, Travis Russo, Kathy Saenz, Linda Sanchez, Olga Santa Cruz, Betty Scanlon, Peggy Schisler, Edward gd 'SY x, Schmieding, Ted Schwarting, Elizabeth ggphgmg 155' Scott, Roland Semoff, Deirdre Shenkarow, Bonnie Shields, Walt Shing, Peggy Silverman, Alan Siordia, Socorro Slayter, Susan Smith, louella Smith, Sheryl Smitha, Pam Spivey, .lack Steger, Dorothy Steinman, Jerry Stephens, Judy Stoll, Connie Sedlock, Polly Ai- .xf ,,..-4 b. 'a Q' i c Q -. ff? WA ,W .532 1 4 ',,- ' x Y an Q 2 Q " ' IA: 3 f 1 , , . W A 4 J' 'V 'if 5 '--.A W sl ..,, 'kk , x ,S A Q fl iw- we X. we ' fx , AL , 121 .N ,, 1 .. . f H -Y""w H 4, .1 g 4 ,iq H 7 V ..,,.,,,,.. ,. Y. if A? u A Il' it N Q SSW Q 'Wi gale- Q o fa, 455 we N X 2 S? we 1. M, 4' W -sf ' . , I M new N s 1 '-AV no iw. and ye s 'Nu' , . ru 'W' l Q , z,,,,f,- . ,its 1 , , S12-iz: mans as -1 'sd 'K fs 'X ' 95" , ' -ti p. L ""'Q , 1 ,:m, i,,"Yz?si'xii Vasquez, Robert Vermitte, Bertha Vidal, Armando Vogel, Dorothy 'Mar : , ii S 9, , s e , 'Q --eww, ..ee,4,. k Y Q' M' .f + , ,L . e A , 5 A V' , W if .,,1 ii 5t.,, H Sugarman, Ivan Tamayo, Betty Tanguay, Ed Taylor, Bernice Taylor, Jaydenna Tellez, Cecilia Thornton, Victor Tofel, Susan Tom, Penny Toombs, Tenna Torres, Julia Valdez, Dora Vallentine, Roxann Varela, Dolores Vasquez, Richard nineteen hundred silly-lwe Volz, Cora Walker, Gary Watring, Georgena Wheeland, Margy Wilkins, Kathy Wilson, Bonnie Woods, Jeanne Wright, James Wylie, Bill Yanez, Alex Yarbrough, Harold Yates, Marsha Yeazell, Nancy Yeoman, Mark Yeung, Margery X ll P523 "':i i' 8 1. W. ie. F... ,Q . 1. All 2 5 , ' . M' X X an f'lx'f X PRESIDENT David Woon ,ra ,- , . fin! ' ,i. 'gm 1 : .1 vi 'ull' ADVISOR Mr. Dennis Cawley fre lzmzm class 'Wi 2 in x"'W'1aivf"' I l Ll' K K ri , Li , 1 ' , y -Q 4 NF 'Mika 5, vb Zxfwf 01" . '33 VICE-PRESIDENT Eddy Joe SECRETARY Dani Berry The 1960 Freshman class under the direction of officers David VVoon, presidentg Eddy joe, vice-presidentg and Danni Berry, secretary had a fun filled and eventful year. Helping make the exciting freshman and sophomore prom the biggest event of the year were the five ambitious councilmen john VVebb, Judy Sullivan, Priscilla Bejarano, Sandy F acio, and jody McKeever. Of great assistance to the entire class throughout the course of the year was their advisor, Mr. Dennis Cawley. Acosfa, Bertha Acosfa, Nancy Acosla, Veronica Acuna, Norma Aeuna, Yolanda Alcaraz, Cecilia Anderson, Don Anderson, linda Andree, Skip Aragon, Milton Archer, Jean Arroyo, Martha t' ,Ak w 1 255' fi CN Q 3 av I i fi' 3 .d A e Jw. r '92 49 Wi 1. tv f sg! 1 f- A ' ki wi 5 KW 'Nw -L 1 Q44 4 1 -ki A ,, ,.., M , -7 ing, ' ' 'YEJ'-1.-i.w.i,z-' - Q: Lg2.:,::,2:fIEg"ffm,5i1' gwgziizgziizjy.-'Ziff-"1"' I ww . in f. - - :,f.z1:arw ,. - B , ,LL, Y ' ,J ' ' -F' I . B y, X .B so B B B B , my .,1g::a, 'mf 5 1 vm...-f X,, , a ll, r a , , icuii, sam nmetcm hundred sufty-Ihre: Barnes, Barbara 'fl 4 S115 3 'W , V ky, BW ,VB ri, h, ' f f ' gy V 'U 11 M. ,. Barnhill, Wal! Bastin, Melody Bede, Donald Beebe, David Bellios, Chrisiine Bernstein, Fred Berry, Danni Black, Fred N04 Blackburn, Betsy Blanc, Richard Bloom, Bert . C, EEL ii? ,MPG if W, rf- -1-W Nj" IWW 'Taff f, ' -- 4 r H ' 421' ,+ X Qs Ov s' 15335 i of ffm: f--- - , , V l M llll B .....-ef ,E , - W . 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I I in . . .x f . ,513 ' J -a""' -.L H all-Q. g M....9.Lmy, End... nineteen nnndred silty- tnree Murguia, Ernie Navarro, Marlene Ness, Harry Norris, Shirley Nunez, Vicki Olivas, Mary Orosco, Victoria Orozco, Mary Christine , A wc' X is Orozco, Rafaela 4 ., .W ,.,,,g31,,g . . 5521? Panada, George Pesqueira, Jesus Peters, Marilyn Poliakoff, Mendel Prater, Dorothy Prouty, Margaret Quiroz, Alfred Quiroz, Alice Quiroz, David Ratcliff, Jackie Retts, .ludy Rich, Richard Rios, Helen Ripley, Val Robles, Henrietta Roche, Tina Rodriguez, Esther Rodriguez, Genevieve Rodriguez, Hector Romo, Manny Ronquillo, Rosalie Ross, Carolyn Ross, Margaret Ruskin, Rachel Ryan, Dennis Sabin, Richard Salazar, Delbert Salazar, John Salazar, Sylvia fffslflfffn Santor, David Silvain, Sally Silverman, Shelby Smith, Billy Smith, Helen Solarez, Bobby Soto, Cecilia Soto, Dorothy Soto, Eddle Sola, Elvlra Steger, Pat Steinberg, Myrna Steinmetz, Marlyn Stephens, Joy Stevenson, Herbert Strasburg, Virginia Striclsling, Patty Sulllvan, Judy Tarter, Nancy Tate, Suzanne Taylor, Beverly Taylor, Deanna Tellez, Edmond Terry, Floyd Thomas, Joe Thompson, Charles Thompson, Mary .lane Scheall, Dennis Schwarting, Marilyn Scott, Kathy Seltzer, Betty Severance, .lorry Sierras, Diana Sigafus, Martin Silva, George Savory, Carlton Silvers, Mike Simmons, Barbara Skoug, Toni qw' ' my I 'K 'Yrs Zazueia, Yolanda Ziblaf, Alan Tipton, Roberta Wan., vw. nineteen hundred silty-tnree Urias, Yolanda Valenzuela, Grace Vallenline, John Van Meier, Barbara Van Meier, Berry Villegas, Abigail Waldron, Jim Walker, Larry Walrers, linda Wang, Vernon Ward, lyndia Warren, Ronald Webb, John Weinzapel, Judy Weiss, Evelyn Weiss, Paul Welch, Robert Wharton, Sarah Wheelin, Dorofhy White, Judy Wiese, Larry Wilkins, .lohn Woods, Dianne Woon, David Wyly, Stan Yee, Carol HQ? 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'11'6.111:7x 111 1111111 111,11 l111111111q111l2'lf"', " ' 1111111 10,71 111'l!11- 'f7A.1fll.l loo 1114.75"" '11Ll!11' llllfllxhljl .'111' 111'1'1M.7lfIi ' 111' 101' 111111111 Ill' ,'01.1 I1 VIII?" rx Vl7l'lQ'I'X 1111 1' is Operating from an excellently equipped voca- tional building the Vocational Department offered courses for all individuals, freshmen through seniors. Skilled labor has, out of necessity, always been spe- cialized. For this reason courses were available for training ranging from printing to aviation. The experience gained in the classes depended upon the individual's efforts and interests in that particular vocational field. Training in our vocational school provided a solid foundation for many students in the fields which will eventually become their life Work. lfacatianal education ii Looking up from welding are Clint Ticknor, Salvador Varela, David Valdez Stan Wyly, and Ted Widmer. lk 1 Wl.X 4 C KY -.ity lily! iii at ,Z -R . .Jfk -Q-, ,XL ix vi f I liit yx .i v l i -X X 1 C o f' fi' iv . e , i y y -5 '-ixrug l Installing a new machine for Graphic arts are Steve Sutherland, Tom Kolter, and Mr. Chedester. ' i QI I E U! ' 6 L ,Lu ,K K "'1 I lm Aida Noriega helps Clara Rauh finds Lyons, Francs during their World Geography class. NVill man's scientific achievements surpass his social developments? Many people believed this to be a def- inite problem in 1960. In an attempt to rcvent this from happening, T.H.S. added one year 0 Geography or YVorld History to the social studies requirements for graduation. An "honors" class was established for Ameri- can Problems students, also. American Problems and American History complete the list of required subjects. Because of the "time', shrinkage of the world, social studies became a vital part in the plan for the making of intelligent citizens. 1 'bn . 3 if .' N ff ' NX 'A ,, Q ,5 , f m '3-2113.-- , ,, f5'- I 'ff XX if fi- ' 5' 1L"77ft,. Y Q 1-1 f .X ' emlnll l T Q gm if , 0 0 -it ' NX l p W S 1, ,Ay MC . 45 4,15 'CJ' kih-5 1' guy 94 Members of Miss Nowel's American Problems class atientively listen to their special speaker. ndy Phillips examines a "l.ederhosen" while Polly Sedlock models a "Dirndel." Both e souvenirs belonging to students of the German 1 class. The foreign language department of Tuc- son High School offered a wide range of opportunities for students who were inter- ested in learning a new language and be- coming acquainted with the culture of other countries. French, German, Latin, and Spanish were taught by teachers who were well qualified in their respective fields. The knowledge of a foreign language has recently become a matter of immediate concern and importance. The shortage of Americans who can understand and speak the language of peoples with whom we are associated in all parts of the world has focused the worldis attention on languages. This constitutes a challenge to the high school students today, and Tucson High at- tempted to meet this challenge. arcigu language Q- .f'n'?-9 F - "V , :ml itll f ff II ff cvffi '51, .f" D vu-.S elk 'ix I A special feature in many Spanish classes is the singing of traditional songs which Kathy Russo, Jean Archer Sue Bower, Barbara Baines, and Mr. Burrows thoroughly enioy. Toni Anderson, Virginia Hagler, John Swift, Alix Maher, and Paul Caiero, members of a senior English class, participate in a discussion of Plato. Upcrutiug, from il thrcc truck progrzun, tho English licpurtnicnt of Tucson High took thc lead of all city schools in formulating il curriculum designs-cl to keep cvcry stuclcnt working ut his own lcvcl, in il Class of stuclcnts of Cfllllll uhility. Honor clusscs for thosc of outstanding ability and intcrcst xulclccl cnricluncnt mzitcriuls to thc regular stucly and wcrc ai sourcc of priclc to teachers und stuclcnts alike. Such Qui uccclcrutccl coursc sccmccl to hc in step with the ncccls of at tcchnologicul ugc. Other schools in Tucson will institulc thc progrzun ncxt year. llcgulau' uncl hiisic classes in English clczilt more coiivciitioiiully with thc luiigiuigc, cmphnsis lacing placed on thi- iinprovcincnt of rcucling und writing skills. But liuglisli of toclziy, likc scicncc of today, has tukcn on at now vitality. llurry, conccntraition :incl il new llNVLlI'C- ncss of thi- significance of lzinguugc in life has prompted inuny stuclcnts to look hack upon this your us the most rcwurcling yct. cugli I1 Pat Armstrong, Sam Semoff, and John Brooks, take advantage of a ro: library. 4136 P 4'Z: Q ! siiiig5E,ggE ., ,.,,. . W if sf 112 'uiffl - ' l ' A Lf? in A ' Z'-2'2? 1 . and !ha1's how you change the ribbon," explains Mr. Paul Carmony to his Typing Class. The business education program in Tucson High School has the dual aim of contributing to the pupilys general education by developing personal business competencies and of preparing him for occupations in business. The present department consists of five typewriting rooms, a shorthand room, two general business rooms, two bookkeeping rooms, an office machines room, and a distributive education store-classroom and office. Courses are offered in the areas of stenography, bookkeeping, clerical work, and selling. The business education department has always endeavored to assist in the placement of its graduates. Many of these grad- uates are employed in Tucson offices, others continue their training in universities and colleges. Opportunities are provided each year for pupils to take the Arizona Employment Bureau tests, the Civil Service tests, and the National Business Entrance Tests. Employers and others active in the business world are fre- quently guests of various classes in the department. business :duration - nik. . X -A -- , ff ef ! u nuurunnunuuu X f l" 4 r ,3-aw -LV, ' Q f - - 111.111.1141-11:1 i' '- f C-ff-QQ. 3E3Eg:j:5:5:5:3:3:5: 'F ' X 0 ' -"f1I:f:ijf:.:1jZ:Z I-Sfvl-' 1-1r:2:2:1: :rar l -1-za.:-:sg-1-1. f 25E3i5E5E5E5E5E5E5E l - - 1515131?1515f5f31?1- V -:VL-:4-:-za:-:+: +:+:-:4::5:-:Z r EEEEEEEEEEEEQEEEZEEE iEi3Eii5f?i55iiE??5 ,. di trihutive cducaliau The Distributive Education program at Tuc- son High School, which was identified for seniors as the Advanced Sales class, was a training pro- gram for careers in retailing and the big fields of marketing and distribution. It was a vocational program which combined classroom study with on-the-job training in selected retail stores, under the sponsorship of the Tucson Retail Trade Bureau. Students were admitted to Advanced Sales classes by application only. After such applica- tions wcre filed, the counselor, teachers, and coordinator appraised the applicant's probabili- ties for success in the broad field of retailing. Schedules were so arranged that students had all of their class work in the mornings, including Advanced Sales, and were available to the stores by 1:00 or 2:00 o'clock on weekday afternoons and all day on Saturdays. Two full credits were given for the yearis classroom and on-the-job experienceg students were supervised and graded by both the coordinator and the store Ccalled a training stationl. The entire program was ad- ministered by an Advisory Committee of merchants and school personnel. ,an V. we. at . . .-....-.1:...:m... si. J fg-ig f - spccla 6 llL'Hfl0 Sharon Lies, right, practices salesmanship through "on-the-iob" training. F v 4 ' I n I 5 Sl uv-ua Studymg the geography of the United States are Al Krietz, Sharon Chadwick, and Betsy Evans. " ME E i t Special Education for the physically handicapped was not new in the Tucson Public Schools. However, the class for high school students just completed its first year. In the class this year were eight hard- working students. The one graduating senior was a member of the National Honor Society. Several of the students wrote for the Quarterly, and the class was active in jr. Red Cross Interschool Council. Graduates of this program do take their places in the world. Several at- tended the U of A where they demon- strated high academic achievement. One is teaching in one of the elementary schools in District No. 1. Another is working in one of the offices in the Education Center. L J 5 itil, . :rgaret Galax instructs Sandy Hemsworth how to take Judy Fontaine's pulse and temperature ggested by her text for Junior Health. The Girls' Physical Education department strived to provide for each individual girl a program that would aid her to achieve and maintain good physical, mental and emotional health. Therefore, the program pro- vided a variety of activities as tennis, swimming, archery, gymnastics, basketball, hockey, volleyball, rhythms, and social dance. Special interest classes were offered to juniors and seniors as advanced work in dance, tennis, swimming, cheerleading, twirling and songleading. If a girl had a health problem, special classes were provided for her. Another important factor the department was concerned with was not just the fact that one learned how and about these activities but that one learned that exercise is fun and one can have a lot of enjoyment when working hard. girls phy ical edumtiau B5 i .t 4 . 2' e H 'K , Wm ' 11 1 H X xg Ts, as was i ,F . St K 1' 4 4 'im ii: W EA 5. 41 X fi ' 3' 5 ,L " 2 a.,,f,,a so as we isgtgvffyff mp -' it fff. I nv 4 . by 7 t. '7litf55f - :Gs "xvE'5l'.::5 5 az Nag at 7 ,af ft? migln :::,., Nancy Veliz, Ann Pinnavaia, Cecilia Tellez, lily Durazo, Louise Bonimago and Christina Price practice the fundamentals of basketball. + Q,ajlha'V lfijigjif gaftiig i . g5a52:a:5.'::.xa-:'s::,.sa:.:g:25.1.1555'-at"et:3':f:':m"':.2:,:a:'rar...":.."'..."I..' :I .s2'ixgaaf2::.:5it? - tiassgggwei 'a-f,as":2?i::. 'H-'H' tu- " fs:--W .3 H2555-f md?-f -M-Mm M in-.t-:-"':'s:'.:::s! ' ' ' ' -tt 1, t M ,avi- w -: " A . - a - "" "':' R L..." .Ei M 'ew-ea-mmem w.-m,.1if.f:x 515: 5:22 H11 .::zi':1'YM'+ffg, 1- 'il f .. 'MW'-We WM " W ' " ' :"F2:-ffiiiifa WW' V WMNW ,, M-c ,... 55-W -f-- ----- 1, 1 -' , 'mm - W " " "" W- a- ---7 ' 100 Charles Schmid! demonstrates co-ordination on the flying rings. Physical Education is required for all students through the junior year and is an elective for Seniors. Through a program of individual and team sports the department attempts to help each student gain confidence in himself, his phys- ical ability and to improve his overall physical condition. Some of the activities are designed to provide knowledge and skills for enjoyable recreational activities after graduation. Included in the program are swimming, hand- ball, tumbling, apparatus, tennis, track and field, riflery, hunter safety, Wrestling, weight training, archery, golf, basketball, volleyball, flag football, speedball, soccer and softball. Periodic use of Physical Fitness Tests help the student to understand his physical achieve- ments in relation to other boys of similar height, weight and age in the United States. ,Q 111771 Q ff fm ' l Q. iff! A . fl' N ' ,f 'P V W 60 6 7M F .,',. .- ,2 If y .,.,f ' ti eeei ' ' '111 ffis:1:1.11111Q1QEQiiiii' W1 H I 4' 11 f f'4Wf'f'0'f 'X ff 17 9 HL I 1 uau' ' Mrs. Winberry shows nursery schoolers the correct procedure in block building. h ' M3 ff-22?-5' 7 frm 6 llh fiffr P WN. x 7 ,X ,. 111 L lima ft .Y s'. :Cl-ir l Frances Aufrey, Diane Noe, Kay Shirey, and Jon Underwood prepare for the Foreign Foods Buffet. The homemaking program offered in Tucson High School provided many opportunities for girls and boys to acquire information and skills that will be needed in assum- ing responsibilities in the homes they will establish. YfVithin the program, provision was made for courses in child guidance, personal and family relations, foods and nutrition, health and home nursing, clothing and textiles, housing and home furnishing, family finance, and home management. A four year course in homemaking was offered for those students who wished to take this subject during the entire time they were in high school. junior and senior girls who desired one or more courses selected from homemaking 3 and 4, senior homemaking, and home living. 101 xl' l f , I . If Ben Lizardi prepares an etching of fhe main building for advanced uri. Below righh Developing a faleni for effective speaking is Elizabefh Quiroz, member of a Public Speaking l class. l Shanon Moore, Paul Caiero, Clare Deuisch, Alan Fudge, and Noelle Kelsey perfect Sk 102 f sl 1 , '?" , A, Wx. f make up. The complex world of today finds the appreciation and development of the fine arts essential not only for the existence of culture but for a means of enjoyment and ultimate relaxation of an individual from the tensions of our times. Tucson High pro- vided for students desiring to pursue one of the arts as a profession or as a field of enjoyment by offering courses in drama and the stage, instrumental music, art, radio, speech, and vocal music. The variety of fields covered by the offered curriculum al- lowed almost any student to dabble in some form of the arts. The courses were designed so that a student with interests in one spe- cific area could develop himself by schedul- ing advanced classes for his remaining years of high school. ' .fx U1 ff! iilf I, W"X K KANLXRJ 0 ' ,7 Q f fc OK 9-x. f ' f Engineering a production of the advanced radio class is Mike Ammermun. edit i ,4 ' 'Jin ,fo -ix David Hearn shows Sum Ventres, Dave Porizek, Robin Matheson, Bill Barnes, and Maurice Free how to prove a theorem of integrals. ffl I ' l 04 M Q ' with ,. M me Glenda Garrett, member of on Algebra 'I class, gets o taste of higher moth la drawing on a solid, curved surface. VVith the intent of developing those individuals able to advance more rapidly than the average, the T.H.S. Mathematics Departmen made quite a number of changes in its program. Elementary algebra added the teaching of second order dctcrminates and slope. Plane geome try included the essentials of solid gC'OIHCt1'y. Accelerated algebra en riched its advanced people hy offering college algebra and trigonometrj for juniors and analytical geometry and calculus for seniors. These course, provided a distinct advantage for those continuing in this field in college Those interested were directed into channels which could ultimately hell them to improve the living conditions of the world. The space era and the atomic age have pro- vided unlimited possibilities for advancement in the world of science. In keeping with this, the Science Department this year experienced im- portant expansion and growth. The new re- quirement of two years of science for a high school diploma accounted for a major increase in the number of students enrolled in science courses, most specifically in physical science. For the first time at Tucson High School, a college-level chemistry class was offered for stu- dents with exceptional talent, ability, and inter- ests in that particular field. Next year an ad- vanced placement biology class is slated to be on the agenda. Many of the teachers attended science insti- tutes last summer and returned to T.H.S. with the latest methods and means in the teaching of science. Marie Luke, Bonnie Shenkorow, and Gary Walker, members of Mr. Holl's occelerol Biology class, wonder how lo fit o horse's skull under a microscope. . sczcnce J U X I -A '-:-I-5- -.-. ' X x . - 1147 1EE1EEEEEE:EEE1' 1 A , I li all .. in Kurt, Kathy Krebs, Penny Hopkins, Jan Lackey, and sm Muffin "enjoy" the mms of Q chemistry lab. 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Row 2: V Steve Suiherlund, M a r y ' Helen Campus, Tony A Snook, Ma rfin Burrazu, Carlos Carrillo. mvius chmuic e Meeting in the summer before the start of the school year to set up plans and policies, the Chronicle staff dealt with the problems of a different quality of paper, new system of advertising and smaller staff. Stories which "broken at the wrong time, last-minute changes of scheduled events and uncooperative news sources were just a few of the routine dilemmas overcome as the editors labored to maintain the Chronicleis "Best in Staten rating of the past two years. The lights of the Chronicle office often burned on into the night, testifying that editors Bob Temple, Ste- phanie Smith, jane Treadwell, john Barker, and Ray Rodriguez were hard at work juggling pages, pictures, articles, and ads into another issue of the Chronicle. Much credit belongs to adviser Miss Harriet Martin who calmly directed twelve undirectable journalists through the seldom quiet, often exhausting and always enjoyable experience of putting out the 1959-60 Cactus Chronicle. NEWS EDITOR Jane Treadwell ff,,--is-aw,mwwygsmznewsjwwavfvw- --A -" 1- f ,ww 'r" 'N ' V C ' B..- Y.. V --1 tmqi-3 Managing Editor Stephanie Smilh and Editor Bob Temple J? , M . 1 'P .- si ' ,'5.sszy3Qs5fQS1f4iy., - ' iUi3ii'Y3QQiE5'iBY551? ' e ttt, ,ti H , Sh. if J 'L ADVISER Miss Harriet Marlin NEWS EDITOR John Barker 113 PI-IOTOGRAPHER PI-IOTOGRAPHER Nellie larriva Donna Jonny SPORTS EDITOR Ray Rodriguez HEAD TYPIST Roumary Norlhway WAI- 11 DISTRIBUTION AND EXCHANGE Yolanda Durazo J x Q14 sb: .pdf EDITORIAL BOARD left lo Right Joey Neff Mort Rosenblum, Lup DFFDCE Q 0 f S R ivy. M f 'b ww fa 1 Ng: K EDITOR I.u Juana Wolfe 1,0 ' LITERARY EDITOR MANAGING EDITOR Johnny Lyons Suzi Kinkade quarter y '24 K I1I S e, and Harry Goldstein. ADVISERS: Ofis Chidesfer, Harvey Ferguson, of een ag ASSISTANT EDITOR Howard Somerville The Quarterly, Tucson High's literary maga- zine was produced "from dream to deliveryv on our campus. The only one of its kind in the state, it included poems, short stories, and articles, as well as drawings, photographs, and printing done by THS students. Miss Kathleen Sage directed The Quarterly artists as they illustrated the stories and designed the covers. The talented photography staff was guided by Mr. Harry Goldstein. All things printed in The Quarterly were carefully selected by the editorial board under the direction of Mr. I-Iawey Ferguson. Mr, Otis Chidester had the vital and often exasperating job of being graphic arts adviser. It was his job to direct the editors as they made up pages, to teach the new staff how to put out The Quarterly, and to guide the production staff. The year,s staff did its best to give THS a Quarterly the whole student body could enjoy. PRODUCTION STAFF left to Right, Row 1: Dennis Cortex, Bob Frick, Johnny Ochoa, Jesse Har- ris, Jerry Thomas. Row 2: Jose Mero, Mario Montana, George Urias, Richard Lennox, Ken Preech, Jim Daunheimer, Virginia Jordan. Row 3: Tommy Truiillo, Richard Yrineo, Bill Ahrens, Phil Healey, Steve Sutherland. f -f al TYPING STAFF Sitting: Linda South, Editor Carol Davies. Standing: Marcia McDonough, Yvonne Teller. 117 ,- NI,--,--. .' . - .v a + 1 T .. xiffv A: 'x ' -X1 ,K y , ' ' is lr 27110, , -Q , gQE.32 ' 1 f jizz' 'all -Q 2, v If xt R I lt X ,w Q ik' x , 5 11 x x L -'Cz gig. 'XXL fflx gllfi 'V l , ' x 7, ' -Q .. 1 x,' ' 'X 4 -s 5 ' ' T ,wr lf lr i .JI ,Kd at or'Q ,Ox an V Vf K ART STAFF Left fo Right, Row 1: Sandy Sponheimer, Joyce Morris, Armida Gonzalez, Susie Wil- liams. Row 2: Don Anderson, Ben Lizardi, Ari Wood. PHOTOGRAPHERS Left io Righh Arl Tom, Bob M:- Bride, Danny Woon. 118 Q' fx ff View if LITERARY STAFF lefi to Right, Row I: Carroll Gommel, Suzy Perper, Marilyn Grossman, linda South, Bob Gee. Row 2: Julianne Perers, Bob Temple, Jane Treadwell, Eldon Buckner, Priscilla Vance, Sue Temple. -. .. ab ,Q e ff' 3. f Pr' T S sir tv' my -uv 44-1 ,ff H NX V, Oo Right, Row 1: Ruth Ann Kent, Carroll Gommel, Bronnie Tuchman, Joey Neff, Mort Rosenblum, Riia Irwin, Barbara Ice. On slaps: Ron Basfisle, Mike Meehan. citizen- far reparler of husy people had the responsibility of list 5l l?? 1,g1'al puhlic informed of the manv activi- . W , it ,V ,Mi Q mm, , , ' tics, and award winning sports of the T .V ,I tl . TH Ct- , f ti X ULS011 l It CCH l 12611 O ll K 1 .X k 'Al a w Mort Rosenhlum. Rcportcrs who worked under him were Rita Irwin and joey Neff. Barluara Icc did the photography. An accuratc account of thc gamcs was covered hy thc Sports Editor Nlikc Meehan. Tucson D'l.l School News of thc The School News Editor was Boll Tcmplc. Ron Arizona Dailv gt Batiste recorded the sports. . Wtjti 'twa t W ill -IW-i hri' tfggj X.. . . . 1 . Y Much 1Jlz1iiii11igtii gii:3, 'ii ,5 2iQfii1t2xrgiq,,C1t1zci1i and Bronnie Tuchman was the lzditor of thc Xoungcr Y f rifiwsivii r - - - . - - - - 5011001 NL-WS. T110 proof View for the CltY. Reporting on thc social life tor tlus ' - - ' . ' , f reading, taking picturcs, column each Wcck wcrc Carroll Cfoinincl, Ruth Ann lxcnt, - ''i-liqiliaawgi''mimi H' ' itiiii fi, . time and effort. T and L12 K1'l1GSe1'- - i T - IQ ' fl This vears News Editor i'-01' l ta:5'35,3 ' - Y li, 'ii 2 , f tw .M -. tim,-Mai.. iwimisiittiiiiigiitaamwfniieowtwviai-Q Mitsui if,miii,+ is iiwutg , with -iswrrp MM, 43343 W, fx: kiwi W ifiiw,tiiii151i'W-VH' A sw i,',Ww7wJltt'Ymb'ai., 'fijiisiw wiv . r-wait .. 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" l1ra t Q " rw , ww . i u W ii "f '?+,t..iMN i , i ,ti W i i t r M i ti, iiauiui iiililittiiriiiniil i it A i 'ill Wit T W it 5- T L 4 ' if-if "tiki " iWfif'W iilffiiftiitvw T Mm -.,.v timh-giii ii- xW.a,t,i1 WML ' im ivlwiwl-i still- Wm , Fx:-it i,-fx,it'w'siiwllwvai, 'ritiatliiaiwiiiwwwiiiiisiwiawiiiiisitiga N-,n atal Wilt i- N tart,Slit-.111-iaawiwliii.T ui wi- , +, +i " ri it it A it-A wi lu, viiirsatlt+ig'w M EM i ' is t' T1 ii H. M'irritatettliliviw' iiiwwizlii national lwrmr saciety llr x PRESIDENT lobby Goo VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY John Lyons Norma Higuora ADVISOR Mlu Frances Smith The National Honor Society is an honorary organization which recognizes not only scholastic ability but also commendable achievement in leadership, character, and service. XVith these qualities in mind, a board of teachers from the THS faculty select students who they believe to have fulfilled the require- ments that are necessary to belong to this society. The National Honor Society is more than an honorary group, it is a working force that strives to aid and advance the principles for which it stands. One example of this is the tutorin service where students tutor those who need help in difficult subjects for free ftbr the first ten hours and for a nominal fee there- after. Another example is the National Honor Societ Scholarship that is offered every year to needy students to help further their ecfucation. In these and other ways the National Honor Society attempts to stimulate initiative and enthusiasm among the students of Tucson High so that they may someday belong to this group. The officers for the year 1959-60 were: Bobby Gee, President, John Lyons, Vice-President, and Norma Higuera, Secretary. With the guidance of Miss Frances Smith, these officers organized the membership's activities and projects for the year. 'xl i wr -,A gy' Fred Baker scholarship K t, John Barker -wamaaw A . e . I, . ' F9 -rg L' ,Q 'Q NDI, nf' ' 12.1 N s, 3, vga wma, X1-kf21f X lk Don Bryfogle Esther Bustamante '-L' V I '-w'- W , ,. B -2 I B ' 'N 1 r Q is B B L . wwf K - 'M K -is . Ann Edwards ' Eva Maurice Free -"if 'W Bill Barnes Dennis Cox " Q ,. ,, I ,.,. W, V, ' N J f I Q G a ry G a r rett Q P ,Pegg gi, f Af 1 ii , ,, ,,, :M Q. wiiiwgzi' L Carolyn Biggam 1 1' 'W-3 ,M kg Rudy DelaGar1a ny.. i' Bobby Gee G l Susan Brainard KUK A vi 1 'l 'G x ll! Manuel Don L..-1 Franklin Goo 5: Carroll Gommel Gloria Graham Carol Jean Halpenny Annette Halpern Paulette Halpern lg David Hearn John l.yone James Miller if Steve Finnell lcaderslzip Norma Higuera Susan Kinkade Robin Matheson Lamont McCon nel Rosemary Northway Deane Oates 4.- lr' Rebecca Rico Ray Roclriquez Robert Koningsor Bill Lenoir M Maureen McKeever Michael Meehan Paul Ostroy' .ja 29' 05.0. mv ? L . E Y' Jay Savera is Julienne Peters A M ary Sayre "wi 'gif 'K AW f f 'v..,,,,. . character svrcficc E L Tom Shackelforcl Dan Slagle Stephanie Smith Linda South Y?-fr f' 4 :dl ' 1 Wwggg A A Ugg, ' H ffv::?f.Qiv5f:e T ....' i . a tttt Catherine Streets Frances Tegarden Robert Temple Michael Tom 'Nw TI' 4 y ,Mg V- - r .,,.. - 5 ir ' Qgmklgy 1, f' Mi r f J r rraa Paul Strasburg If Q' Jane Treaclwell ov Bronnie Tuchman Priscilla Vance Sam Ventres Ed Villa 6 bf., . luluana Wolfe Danny Woon Wx s 'Q 0.0 ., 8 James Watring Qshl Q e , o l 5 f V8 S, 3' , i':'f'Q'f ' 'Q . Ili 0,-A-'If 3,-i... 3391: ,-. ,- . fy? 9' ' 1,34 1 1-' 4 +'. ., 0 0 Is' " Z' L-2 ple-" N... ., '. 1465 .555 ' -' ' O" ,' 0 , 4' .-.",.-3.6.0. - .y-, Q-.--1-:', 5 ,-.1.j:,f'j,-.'., ', g-up-. Vf,-. .-.' ' uf' 1...-Q .1 O Io... fm ti vs' il' SENIORS Left to Right: Row I. Robin Matheson, Gloria Graham, Annette Halpern. Row 2: Stephanie Smith, Manny Don, Ann Edwards. Row 3: Mike Tom, Bob Temple, John Lyons. Row 4: Jim Watring, Paul Ostroy, Gary Gar- rett. Row 5: Paul Strasburg, John Barker, Bill Lenoir. Row 6: Fred Baker, Dave Hearn, Jim Miller. UNDERCLASSMEN Left to Right, Row I: Diana Farnum, Vicki Larriva, Karyn Rogers. Row 2: Marie Luke, Judy Adelstone, Vicki Johnson, Row 3: Joan Greenbaum, Drusilla Winstead, Peggy Scanlon. Row 4: Bill Retts, Doreene Ormond, Norman Kaderlan. Row 5: Tony Yeung, Jerry Gin, Bob Rogers. Row 6: John Jarrett, Linda Brown, Patsy Sears, Tom Webster. pinnacle "To give primacy in recognition to students of Tucson High School who have demonstrated high scholastic achievement, Pinnacle, an honor- ary organization, has been established by the faculty of Tucson High Schoolf' Fifty-nine students were admitted to Pin- nacle during the past school year, the second year since its establishment. They were admitted on the basis of the scholastic ability they dem- onstrated by maintaining a grade average of 1.33 or better for the preceding year. 9 -fm tes girls ' league 5.1 'U ' ' -x" 4"f1 3,1 W, I' left to Right, Row 'I: Suzy Perper, Paula Emery, Nugget Stone, Virginia Gee, Judy Childress, Ruth Ann Kent. Row 2: Linda South, Penny Tom, Mary Sayre, Reva LaVetter, Vicky Larriva, Bronnie Tuchman, Robbie Philipson, Janice Postillion. Row 3: Liz Kreuger, Martha Hayes, Georgene Watring, Carol Davies, Gloria Hom, Kathy Diamos, Carolyn Biggam, Valerie Vance. pda JA A 'X .4-' Pneslnsm , Apvlgog C"'9lY" Bi99Um Miss Calanthe Brazelton VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY Reva LaVetter Bronnie Tuchman girls' ocial hvur ill left to Right, Row I: Judy Childress, Penny Tom, Ruth Ann Kent, Linda South, Mary Sayre, Terry Barrett, Liz Krueger, Paula Emery Vicki Larriva. Row 2: Virginia Gee, Janice Postillion, Judy Land, Reva LaVetter, Marie Jenks, Robbie Philipson, Suzy Perper, Peggy Scanlon Diane Dennis, Georgene Watring. Row 3: Gloria Hom, Kathy Diamos, Bronnie Tuchman, Cynthia Lee, Nugget Stone, Stephanie Smith, Paulette Hal pern, Carol Davies, Carolyn Biggam, Annette Halpern, Mary Lynn Goebel, Carroll Gommel, Marsha Yates. Sub-chairm South. K .,., N.. UI! Kathy Dia mos, -l 0 4 Chairman Nugget Stone, and Co-chairman linda Z ,' xf L 1 l Left to Right, Row I: Treasurer Oscar Holmes, President John Clark, Publicity Man- ager Chuck l.aVetter. Row 2: Vice-President Gilbert Lopez, Secretary Mike Meehan Left to Right, Row lz Franklin Gee, Ed Villa, Danny Barthels, Manny Don, John Frerichs, Bob Gee, Gary Garrett. Row 2: Gerry Swain, Johnny Lyons, Chuck laVetter, Paul Strasburg, Oscar Holmes, Bill Barnes, Jim Miller, lary Ellerman, Gilbert Lopez, Steve Shaner. - Q-rug, ,zipaag ,. ff boys ' svcial lmur llnl Ill Y .,r4"y4 'fy I Q Qg .' 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Row 7: Sharon Baker, Gloria Grahc Karen Saber, Mary Duncan. -J K re, i ,,,. 1 BAND OFFICERS left to Right, Row I: Jimmy Tellez, President: Pete Bohardt, Vice-president: Jo Ann Landeros, Secretary: Doug Streets, Business Manager. Row 2: Fred Baker, Drum Maier, Ed Villa, Student Director: linda Garabad, Librarian: Manuel Don, Announcer. os., vi' time l""" kr fl WW A A if 7 f . 1 A A an f"""'fv W W wma. 9 fm 443 :ft to Right, Row l: Fred Baker, Raul lopez. Row 2: Dave Bachmann, Peter Melillo, Richard Almond, Ralph Rivera, Alex Carrillo, Carl Bowdry, Ray Atkinson iggy Bowden, Henry Edreverria. Row 3: James Tellez, Pete Bohardt, Armando Cordova, David Vanderdale, Ray Vidal, Jim Watring, Jim Koshmider, Joel Vavich chard Fellner, Alan Gibbens, David Gommel. Row 4: Millard Taylor, Janet Moores, Larry Martinez, Robert Madera, Frank Soza, Teddy Granillo, Betty Howard ank Barcelo, Abel Estrada, Doug Streets, Joan Ewing, Margie Burges. Row 5: Ed Villa, Bob Rogers, Bruce Taro, Dan Bach, Janet Hawke, .lim Berry, Danny Easley vhn Kirkpatric, Roger Elias, Tiburcio Ramirez, Juan Gonzalez, Gene Jackson. Row 6: Barry Webb, Gilbert Martinez, Steve Smitha, Wayne Bader, Bob Dayhuff: abby McDowell, Frank Satomayor, Johnny Landon, Jimmy london, Carl Kirts, Lorraine Ruiz. Row 7: Edward Martin, Dave Pebworth, Hugh Gommel, Arnold Gal- rdo, Gene Montiio, Frank Gee. 1 1 Once again the T. H. S. "Marching l00', per- formed excellently throughout a season of pre- game and halftime shows for the football games, parades, and band concerts. "Best high school band' honors were be- stowed on the band for its performance in the Veterans, Day Parade. An unusual type of ,.,:a-an . marching done to "La Raspaf' an old Mexican folksong, was featured by the band in the Rodeo Parade. TheA"Marching 100,' also appeared in the Cinco de Mayo Parade in Nogales. A highlight of the year came when the band won the highest rating possible at the University of Arizonais Band Day. 1 1 ,n 3, Q, A I mx. il .. L ,- 5? ,a ,. ,,:+ f F f.-ff.-1' We . W'-Q I V L., 1' ., ww W wwgwgew gx A ' 1 , -, y... X. -.SS M.-1.1.f.,,..,f,-..,.g N fr avi at M I .gi mg ,W-5 .11 .... , ,Wjh1,.fi3:m,..f1.u,,t wmv Q-whiny! f , . - Mgf- X 1 e , it ,, .... X ml.. . . 1 12:s?':f c.:.v,..,. J : :',v...-:-f3- A -W-it YiffffwiA511f"f1lfixf?.755 'Zi 7..f:,...w.gtfg.g: i.-i. fs..-- '.141f,..... 'Q X .'f.-iiitf, If-Y'-gg,.i 5115. - N. 41 "QL ,- '5 Zi-'E - . Q 0, ,. 51.1 in A , ,Jw 1 . -i 1 f li? I . t ff ,il lf if da. " fy X I .14 ?g.KLQg,i 7iyqgi2,,3Yb?i5QLQWs3Q5:QRi.A54,sfzglgxgggglsig'?r1igg!s3CS. .Q .vigil ,Mig S 'S it ' Q A 'ff ffz fiiffiiiaiiii.swfzif if ,Y 1 AMW? . ,E , . . . M.. L, . . L. X . . ...AM . 5' V Q . .. .. ..... S , .. ,.... X. .....::, feizmv. fm.-liisi NSJKSSE ff 525223 i. 1.-LHXOE N xiii? 5 i .iii A .gps is 55: 3 X. .5 5 s Q .Q Sw Q gg .2 1 .Si gs, s .Sis . at if 5 QSM wi ,, A E S M fk Rag TA 5 1 3. SMX wk gfxgg xt.. .K M.. x 1 1 A ' A ' 3 A T .1 , L' r 2 l 5.2 W Left to Right: Sandy Davis, Lucille Estrella, Charlotte Quihuis, Sherry VanCamp, Carol Davies. ,Q Y 3 fwirlcrs I HEAD TWIRLER Charlotte Quihuis Advisor ta Cheerleaders Songleaders Twirlers MISS MILDRED JORDAN 5 M .K : S55 2: S gy ,iw . Q 5 Saga 5 'Qi A g i A in 1 ag, 5 SEE 5 S iz Z . f 5 5 Q . 1. Si 5 v C f.. . Q f. If . -r. , :E he if . hi-mls 91 L, t to Right, Row l: Jim Watring, Pete Bohardt, Jimmy Tellez, Ray Vidal, Jim Koshmider. Row 2: Doug Streets, Gerry Howard, Ray Vasquez, Victor Wong. Row 3 l Atkinson, Eddie Villa, Barry Webb, Bruce Bradford. At piano, Steve Smitha, Mr. Wayne Webb, Director, Pat Delfs. 'l'l1c Ili-Cats, Tucson Higlfs popular swing band couiposccl of stuclcnts of cxccllcnt musical lJilL'liQ,'I'UllllllS, couiplctvcl a year full of musical succc-ss and fun. Tlic stuclcnts clancccl to many cnjoyalilc hours of Ili-Cat music at tlic Mixcr at the begiiming of tlic ycar, Social Hour Dances after football and basketball gauics, tlic junior Prom, tlic Frcsl1inan-Sopliomorc Dance, anal the Twirp Dance in March. Concerts at the various junior Higli Schools and a soutlicrn Arizona tour liigli- lighted by an appcarancc at Thatcher junior Collcgc concludcd an activc ycar for the Hi-Cats. affirm' .AX UIC I 1 Left.ta Right, Royv 1: Mr. Wayne Webb, Director, Pat Delfs, Librarian and Secretary, Eddie Villa, President. Row 2: Pete Bohardt, Student Director, Jim Watring, Business Manager, Victor Wong, Librarian. X vu 0, 'lv 'S- JF' fi L I Left to Right: President Marty McCoy, Student Director Millard Taylor, librarian Kay Shirey, Secretary Dodie Willis, Business Manager Julienne Peters, Vice-President Barry Webb, librarian Virginia Keal. Left to Right, Row I: Marty Jo McCoy, Gail Feinman. Row 2: Dolores Willis, Diane Woods, Gloria Hirsch, Mary Beth Hoefer, Julienne Peters. Row 3: Ernie Wall Robert Reason, Sandra Heidel, Carmen Diaz, Linda Aguirre, Sharon Balmer, David Van Ausdale. Row 4: Kay Shirey, Judy Wh't Mr. Biorlie: Director, Briton Alsop, Carl Bowdry, Ray Atkinson, Peggy Bowden. 'e mf s mill i ie, Ethel Jefferson, Donny Word 1. ,W-l, ff" ls, rchcsl 11 This year, under the direction of Mr. Lauritz Bjorlie, the Tucson High Orchestra continued to be an active organization on campus. The Orchestra started off the year with its annual assembly presented to the student body on December 9. Highlighting the program was a violin solo by concert mistress Marty McCoy. Other numbers included "Cuban Holiday" and "Menuetto" from Schubertls Fifth Symphony. Selected members of the Orchestra attended the Arizona All-State, held at the University of Arizona F ebruaiy 11-12. The pit orchestras for the operettas this year, "Oklahoma', and "Lil' Abner," were also chosen from the Orchestra. Making its annual exchange concert, the Or- chestra traveled this year to Prescott. The Spring Concert, also an annual affair, was presented to the public in March. The string quartet, taking an increasing role in the musical life of the school, gave an en- semble program .lanuary 17. This group also played at the annual Regional Music Festival at the University of Arizona, as did the orchestra as a whole. A party was held in the spring, closing an- other successful year for the T.H.S. Orchestra. l ' ' J' Watrin , Charlene Llmon Virginia ft to Right Row I: Deindre Semoff, Deanna Garrison, Robert Temple. Row 2: Bonnie Brooks, Linda Garubed, Bil Knpnis, im 9 allng Row 3: Edward Villa, Barry Webb, Karl Kirts, Janet Moores, .lohn Limon, Millard Taylor. Row 4: Sally Cornell, Douglas Streets, Jeanette Greene Eloise uugllter Howard Brooks, Victor Wong, Don Anderson. U l 36 string quartet is Left to Right: Marty McCoy, Gail Feinman, Bob Temple, Julie Peters. mm! ensemble v3 L Sl? P? ,,' A 5 4 4' Ki 4 I "'S', 19 . rv r 1 sv-.1 ' 510' left to Right: Lenette Pfersdorf, Ronny Cox, Sandy Pudias, Bill Sisson, Marilyn Wesson, Mr. Robert Hutchinson, Paul Hoefer, Delphia Marler, Bob Erdely A3 I Two productions, "Oklahomav and "Li,l Ab- ner,', highlighted Opera Laboratorv's activities , 5 during the past year. The songsters, under the S as : 4 ' direction of Mr. Hutchinson, and Mrs. Yeastls n dancers presented "Oklahomuv in the fall and ' " "Li,l Abnerv in the spring. ,Q ADVISORS Mrs. Helen Yeast and Mr. Robert Hutchinson ape ll laboralvry left to Right, Row 1: Delphia Marler, Ronny Cox, Marilyn Wesson, Bob Erdely, Kathie Bull Bill Sisson Sandy Padias Pat Delfs Robbie Ph'l' , , , , Hpson, Jem Ferguson. Row 2: Carolyn Morrison, Karin Ries, Nelda Schrepel, lenette Pfersdorf, Evelyn Arenas, Rebecca Rico, Virginia Kerr, Alix Maher C I. B D . . I . k . . . . aro me arr, ottre Wie ang, Vrc y Cutchall, Jerri Jackson. Row 3. Edith McConnell, Sonla DePasse, Charlene Moore, Pamela Bell, Yulio Ze: peda, Mary Maher, Nelda Engelby, Barbara Nowinski, Toni Miller. 1 I badger left to Right, Row I: Margaret Galaz, Judy Fontaine, Helen Lopez, Norma Lopez, Gail Feinman, Claudia Hyman, Delphia Marler, Marilyn Mehl. Row 2: Vi: Cain, Polly Sedlock, Charlotte Quihuis, Nancy Bartlett, Nelda Schrepel, Margaret Garcia, Betty Ross, Daretha Cook, Diane Powell. Row 3: Nanci Yeazell, .leam Woods, Evelyn Rico, Marietha Cano, Bette Schneider, Rita Force, Bernice Cisneros, Dee Dixon, Marty Forter. Row 4: lynn Moore, Vikki Ellis, Kathy Wilkins, Jimn Davis, Jim Hose, Rodney Davis, Vernon Wang, LaMont McConnell, Jack Goodman. Row 5: Bob Erdely, Ronny Cox, Jack Dunn, Clarence Walls, Everett Taylor, Alber Moore, Emil Nastri, Paul Frazee. During thc year 1959-1960, the o11e hundred voices of the Badger Balladeers were heard i11 n1any places around thc city. ln Uctohcr, thcy formed thc stage choms and held many small parts for the production of "Oklahoma.v They did this again in Nlarcli for "l,i'l Ahnerf' The illllllllll Christmas assemblies were prcscnted on Friday, December 18, for the student body. The choir was again heard on KOLD Radio and at various gatherings during tl1e season. The Balladccrs, participation in thc Southern Arizona Music Festival once again highlighted the year. The final appearance hy the choir was made at Baccalaureate services and at Graduation ceremonies. 138 ba! zzdccrs ,.. to Right, Row 1: Marilyn Wesson, Helen Baldridge Robbie Philipson Arleta Johnson Jerri Jackson Lillian Lo ez J F , , , , p , an erguson. Row 2: Aida Martinez, Mary riguez, Madeleine Coffaro, Lydia Massey, Irene Diaz, Benedean Bobbitt, Sarah Brown, Ruth Warner, Silvia Gonzales, Betty Ousley. Row 3: Ennie Kemp, Lenette 'sdorf, Pam Crabtree, Shannon Carr, Karin Ries, Ruthie Scroggines, Ethel Woods, Sandy Padias, Audrey Armstrong, Betty Marie Howard. Row 4: Shannon ire, Steve Coffaro, Tony Laos, Steve Smitha, Hector Rodriguez, Dave Call. Row 5: Paul Hoefer, Mike Wilmoth, Gilbert Munguia, Z. D. Chapple, Lyle Sedlacek, Sisson, Barry Webb. nmscron 5 Q If 5553555555 ""5fffQii :f2-V' Robert Hutchinson K . X I ok lalwma his L 1 w 1 1 Dolphin Marler and Bob Ederly take a well deserved bow. Directed by Robert Hutchinson Helen Yeast Presented on October 28, 29, and 30, 1959 n Paul Hoefer and Ronnie Cox battle over Koihy Bull. lonelfe Pfersdorf leads the entire cast in "The Cowboy and the Farmer Should Be Friends." 140 national the ,uiaus society X l I L H The National Thespian Society Troup 425 of Tucson High School is a dramatic honorary or- : ganization. Requirements being ten points earned by participation in productions, either onstage ' or backstage, took time and effort to earn. The Thespians sponsored jan's Pantomime starring Ian and Dora Kesler on February 4. lt provided an evening of pleasant entertainment and terrific talent. A three act comedy "Night of january 16D by Ayn Rand was produced in March with the Thespian members participating. K, Left to Right: Vice-President Alan Fudge, President Nancy Perlman, Treasurer Noelle Kelsey, Director Mr. Lloyd Roberts. ft to Right, Row 1: Alan Fudge, Noelle Kelsey, Nancy Perlman, Paul Caiero, Barbara Ziblat. Row 2: Terry Barrett, Jim Tidmor, Jo Ann White, Shannon Moore, iris Zawadski, Carroll Gommel. Row 3: Ellis Barnes, Yvonne Tellez, Felicia Sanders, Judy Martin, Julienne Hespen, Claire Deutsh. Row 4: Mr. Roberts, Melanie umm, Charles Wasson, Judy Boser, Dennis Cox, Sue lavine. - wl- .ex r' ,Z 55'-sg " 'Q Ii' . Q V -Hn I 5 4 -Q eggfv'-gh , , V, be 1- JLVJ' MQ. .. f " Q 1 xdvrill Left to Right tKneelingJ: Lazaro Romero, Don Ross, Pal Crook, Marguerite Reuter. Row 2: Jim Bogard, Joseph Carroll, Charles Wasson Rene Gallardo, Bob Dayhuff. siagecraff and de :gn Aside from their regular duties of keeping may have seen them during lunch hour hustling the Little Theater and its equipment in good about in their "little white suitsv trying to com- repuir, this yeur's Stzlgecraft and Design have plete Ll project. worked hard at construction, painting, and de- A minimum of ten production points may be signing sets used in the Drumatics Department's earned to be eligible for membership in the productions. National Thespian Society. Uncler the direction of Mr. Lloyd Roberts you "Y: "Will this bother your driving?" asks Nancy Perlman. the charm salma! s"l "I think she should stay," and the entire cast of boys agrees Alan Fudge Paul Cajero Ellis Barnes Shannon Moore Carry Low Harry Pyeatte Nancy Perlman Jud Boser Barliara Ziblat Noelle Kelsey Terry Barrett CAST Susan Lavine Claire Duetscli Melanie Hamm Christina Zawadski JoAnn XVhite Dianne Bigham Charles XVasson Elizabeth Seltzer james Tidmore Joanne Cardon "Rescue the cook," shouts Alan Fudge as the entire cast looks on. CL., , Q 'lg - Tgixk. Leh fo Right: Put Moran, AI Gordon, Frank Leffman, Judy Boser, Mary Hull, Leonard Raymond. ln the Control Room: Mr. Glen Broyles and Mike Ammermun. radio bureau Tucson High Schools Radio Burcau, undcr thc di- "Spotlight on Educationf, an educational series rr-ction ol' Nlr. Cllcn llroylcs, participated in a numlwr which was presented over KCEE on Sunday afternoons, of 1-vi-nts during thc school ycar. featured interviews and discussions on controversial Au asscmhly ft-aturing radio as it uscd to he in prohlcms of education. contrast with modi-rn, I-olor'i radio initiated the ycarls Also included was the Christmas program by the activitics. Balladeers. 144 'sv HOMEROOM CHAIRMAN Left to Right, Row 'lz Nancy Perlman, Yolanda Goldbaum, Charlene Moore, Mary Lou Soto, Palsy Reed, Smith, Peggy Haskell, Isabel Ronquillo, Jeannette Green, Tony Yeung, John Ochoa. Row 2: Jerry Feldkamp, Strlckling, Vicki Mullenix, Kathy Krebs, Alice Lee, Anna Solis, Nancy Veliz, Gloria Hom, Ann Higgins, Mike Tom, Frerichs. Row 3: Danny Hanesworth, Pauline Brady, Priscilla Vance, Julie Peters, Sharon Mouton, Brenda Lee, Hean Herald, Jo Ann Landeros, Dianne Grabe, Guy Currier, Jim Sims. Row 4: Gilbert Lopez, Jack Cunningham, nis Scheall, Dan Russo, Alicia Cheechoff, Patsy Reed, Kathy Diamos, Cheryl Ice, Aaron Stowell, Ruddell Byrd. f Q V 5 Y l JRC COUNCIL Left to Right, Row 1: Charles Blitzer, Os- car Holmes, Nancy Perlman, John Lyons, Virginia Gee, Manny Don. Row 2: Fer- nando Badilla, Connie Stoll, Doreene Or- mand, Liz Krueger, Sheryl Smith. Row 3: Jerry Felclkamp, Richard Tellner, Mort Rosenblum, Bob Temple. . , -W. f . . fx r X :gill Q, it ,Ti '1 1 13 'l Helen Patty John Mary Den- 145 lzarwr crvice afcty -4. if Left to Right, Row 1: Bob Rogers, Cody Phillips, Ricky Johnson, Julienne Peters, Carroll Gommel, Mary Sayre, Peggy Scanlon, Jeanie Holpenny. Row 2: Bom Wilson, Pauline Yturralde, Betty Ousley, Lucille Estrella, Ann Pinnavaia, Portia Garabed, Nancy Veliz, Genie Dee. Row 3: Peggy Bowden, Elaine Ward, Barbara Zie enfelder, Carol Davies, Eileen Budow, Penny Tom, Jo Ann Gartner-Swartz, Judy Addstone, Sue Hirsch. Row 4: Dorothy Dickson, Merylann Barnes, Linda Brown, B4 Dunipace, Carmen Kosich, Linda Rico, Sylvia Contreras, Linda Garalaed. Row 5: Donna Pittman, Terry Barrett, Jean Wheelin, Pat Torres, Nancy Smith, Gloria Alvidri Cecilia Barnes, Jean Archer, Joyce Morris. offzccrs Left to Right: President Carol Davies, Vice-President Betty Ousley, Secretary Pauline Yturralde. x 2 X R35 Mx N 5 145 , , is is ii' 153 W fi XR ft to Right, Row 1: Nelda Engelby, Historian, Charlotte Quihuis, Penny Tom, Secretary, Jerry Jackson, Betty Howard, Mary Sayre, Senior Representativeg Susie lufman, Ruthel Brown. Row 2: Annette Benoit, Junior Representative, Barbara Lanan, Lorna Castor, linda Garabecl, Natalie Clark, Audrey Armstrong, Peggy uwden, Caroline Barr, Ethel Woods. Row 3: Pam Bell, Margie Burges, Dianne Trego, Julienne Peters, Charlene Moore. Row 4: Vicki Cutrhall, Barbara Nowinski, ce-President, Alix Maher. fcrpsiclfa ru Xlednesday afternoons meant hard work for the thirty-odd members of Tucson Highis honorary dance group, Terpsichorus. All year they worked steadily on choreographing and polishing dances for the Modern Dance Assemhlv and the "Terpsi Revuen presented Fri- day evening F ehruary 26, 1960 in the THS auditorium. The "Revue" contained many different types of dances and this year a new feature was added. The girls portrayed with "narrations', the old tale of the "Pied Piper of Hamlin." ln the spring they packed their lunches and went on the annual picnic. All in all it was a most successful year, but never would have heen without the capable and constant direc- tion of Mrs. Helen Yeast, their advisor. PRESIDENT Suzi Kinkade 147 senior !ri-l1i- gf gil. 'i 4 r Left to Right, Row 'l: Bet! Dunipace, President, Ann Pin- navia, Judie Reece, Barbara Bogue, Treasurer: Patti Lewis, Historian. Row 2: Joan Greenbaum, Sylvia Contreras, Linda Rico, Caroline Greenlee, Nancy Veliz, Mary Jean Hearld, Paula Emery, Corresponding Secretary. Row 3: Vicki Johnson, Chaplain, Brenda Harris, Sue Tofel, Judy Stephens, Denise Montiel, Brenda Lee, Marianna Genne- rich, Sandie Denny. Row 4: Vicky Larriva, Dorothy Steger, Jackie Ross, Vice-President: Donna Pittman, Terry Barrett, Pauline Drury, Judy Adelstone. 148 saphomarc !ri-l1i- y left to Right, Row 1: Anna Bran- stetter, Sergeant-at-Arms: V i c le Chilikas, Historian, Dotty Wielang President: Vicky Cutchall, Corre- sponding Secretaryg Marcia Mo Donough, Treasurer, Felicia Sanders, Recording Secretary, Yvonne Tellez, Vice-President. Row 2: Noelle Kel- sey, Barbara Ziegenfelder, Lorna Castor, Deannie Oates, Barbara Ice, Robbie Philipson, Nelda Schreple, Martha Hayes. Row 3: Dodie Willis, Lorraine Kling, Fran Tegarden, Lu- Juana Wolfe, Ann Edwards, Sandy Sponhiemer, Carolyn Barnett, Char- lotte Quihuis. Row 4: Julienne Hes- pen, Kay Barnhill, Virginia Kerr, Toni Miller, Pat Minteer, Yulie Ze- peda, Jane Chambers, Jerry Jack- son, .lan Ferguson, Jan MacKenzie. 'W :ft to Right, Row I: Jim Walring, haplaing Gary Garrett, President: rul Ostroy, Treasurer, Steve Pin- ell, Secretory: Pete Bohardt, Vice- esident: Rudy Delo Garza, Ser- eant-at-Arms. Row 2: George Leon, eve McCoy, John Frericks, Dick napman, Dick Romero. Row 3: Dale elsper, Richi Garrett, Jerry Swain, mm Ventres, Butch Farabee. Row 4: suck La Vetter, Doug Cervantes, Ive Hearn, Randy Downer, Larry ermon. Row 5: Dan Barthels, ave Smitha, Eric Weinzapfel, Roger lrrett, Steve Shaner, Jim Miller. senior fri-gf FN ,QF ,X Jig, L if ' or ff ,yn stun,-.L TT my junior hi-y left to Right, Row I: Treasurer Jim Kirk, President Tom Morgan, Vice- President Bart Fleming. Row 2: Tom Webster, Hugh Gommel, John Kink. Row 3: Norma Webb, Jim Guy, Richard Remily. tue-hi President ..... . . . Carroll Gommel Vice-President .. ., Barbara Lanan Secretary . . .... Judie Land Treasurer . . . . . Ruth Ann Kent Chaplin .. .. Diane Dennis 1 f .. . ,- ,. -. -. -use l.: Left to Right Row I- Anna Branstetter Cheryl lce Karolynn Barnett, Vicki Chilikas, Sandie Denny, Barbara Elling, Judy Bonewitz, Claudia Hyman, Jan Lacki Addie Hollanizl, Kathy. Thrasher, Shannoii Carr, Martha Mettler, Sandra Sponhiemer, Annette Benoit, Margie Burgas, linda Garabed, Ann Thornton. Row 2: Virgil f d C l' G nl e Bernita Hillis Brenda Harris Barbara Bogue Patti Lewis Roxanne Valentine, Pam Crabtree, Patti Dunlap, Janice Postillii Kerr, Jan Bed or , aro me ree e , , , , , Chaplain Diane Dennis Athena Williamson, Pat Crook, Gloria Norburn, Margaret Bloomfield, Priscilla Kildow. Row 3: Gloria Dosal, Paula Malbon, Jackie Undi N F b P 'd t C rell Gommel, Mart wood, Donna Lindo, Treasurer Ruth Ann Kent, Secretary Judie land, Sharon Schaeffer, Nanci Thomas, Cynthia Lee, aney ara ee, rest en ar Hayes, Yvonne Tellex, Kay Barnhill, Deane Schubel, Sharon Taylor, Ann Snook, Glenda Garrett, Danni Berry. Row 4: Vicky Larriva, Mo Weinzapfel, Beverly Dougla Wandie Hill, Vicke Johnson, Janet Hawke, Judy Holloway, Judie Reece, Lana Hartman, Layette Baker, Judy Sullivan, Chris Schrage, Mary Lynn Goebel, Theresa S nelli, Jodi McKeever, Linda Anderson, Susan l.aVetter. Row 5: Danna Pittman, Jeannette Hill, Julio Kurtzhals, Margrethe May, Pamela Boas, Nan Kling, Mary Dotze rod, Dianne Graves, Judy Stephens, Sandra Anthis, Marta Free, Judy Rowton, Marian Frohlich, Margaret Ross, Penny Hopkins, Carmen Kosich, Bonnie Wilson, Dorot l R 6 Terr Barrett .loan Greenbaum Nancy Stewart Millie Bonillas, Charlotte Quihuis, Deanni Oates, Julienne Hespen, Natalie Clark, Dottie Wielar Veg e. ow : y , , , Evey Fink, Fran Tegarden, Barbara Ziegenfelder, Barbara Camacho, Ann Pinnavia, Portia Garabed, Valerie Vance, Joey Neff. ' to Right, Row l: Mary Huerto, 'ia Cabreia, Gloria Gonzales, ly- Mossey, Olga Leon, Norma Lo- , Margaret Galez. Row 2: Danny so, Gilbert lopez, Al Gordon, los Madril, Jimmy Madril fPresi- tl, Gilbert Martinez, Richard s. Row 3: Rita Force, Gloria cia, Frances Jaramillo, Alva telum, Deanna Harrison, Sylvia enez, Norma Waer, Victoria les, Teena Toomlas, Rebecca lo- , Priscilla Beiarano. -I WEE? les ,wills gaurmcls .le--fm ....., l gf WN? L 4 I l-. I f 'Aga iw' A 'XV I left to Right, Row l: Kena Milberg IV. PJ, Ron Batista lSec.l, Joann Cordon, Jo Green, Michele Dumontiel lPres.J, Marie Goff, Ricky Johnson, Susann Kelly. Row 2: Sarah Whor- ton, Claire Deutch, Melanie Hamm, Judy Reece, Diane Powell, Sue Temple, Edith McConnell, Chuck Pyeatt. Row 3: Mr. William Gaunt- lett fSponsorl, Laurie Stewart, Ruthel Brown, Jeannie Halpenny, Kathy Pylant, Maureen Reynolds, Marilyn Steinmetz. 151 - . in die gcsumihcilers E5i5E5E5E5EfE5E3EfE5 2:I Ii:1:9:EIEI ?5E5E5E5E5E3E5E5E5E5 E- "ii 'fs :::::::3:1:3:::3:::- :::::-:Zig :g:g:5:5:5:5:5:5:g:: , - -.,.,.,,.,.,.1. . -1.155-:- .::: - 39,4 ,551 1 :::1:5:5:3:5:g:::::g ' I 2523 EIEIEIEIEIEIESIEIEI 'E-'?'2:r?f?2-3 5:5:5:5:5:5:3E3E3E51 2:1:r:r:r:r::2rEr1r: 15135359 :E:ErErE5ErErEiE1E1S cv' -'-:-: f:::::2:f:1:1:I:i:1: 5-ygizzrzl. :::::::1:1:,:-1-ala, 5522552555251 2zEs2a2s2:2siEiEEsEs Left to Right, Row 1: Athena Williamson lPresiclentl Peggy Shing iSecretaryl, Kathleen Pylant f5ocial Chair- manl, Mr. John Waite fSponsorJ. Row 2: Cynthia Berge Jean Wheelin, Karen Padgett, Steve Jacobs. Row 3 Ann 0'Connell, Kay Shirey, Joyce Dean, Mike Ammarman. left to Right, Row 1: Bob Temple lPresidentl, Sheri Score Nice-presidentl, Joyce Morris iSec- retaryl, Cody Philips, Roy Shenfield. Row 2: lenore Milberg, Marian Kaplan, Ellen Bern- stein, Michelle Dumontiel, Danny Hughes. Row 3: Mary Jean Herald, Tim Pedley, Norman Kad- erlan, Gary Low, Bob Koningsor, Pete Butler. Row 4: Mrs. Roman Murolo l5ponsorl, Charles Lehner, Geoff Busse, Ray Kosanke, John Barker, Ricky Falkow. juuiar classical league bi-chem-plzy zyz math club V . t ,M W , , ,,.. Y: ..,, N, I ., ..., ,, , V. Left to Right, Row 'lz Jim Miller lPresidentl, Dave Hearn lfreasurerl, Sue Temple lSecretarYl, Grace Boyd, Joyce Morris. Row 2: Sheri Score, Marian Kaplan, Sharon Chadwick, Susie Williams, Barbara Bloom. Row 3: Drusilla Wilstead, Mary Boyd, Sharon Bever, Margorie Yeung. Row 4: Kathleen Pylant, Bob Koningsor, Eric Ek, Kirk McDonald, Fred Bernstein. Row 5: Norman Kaderlan, Ken Kink, Gary Walker, Philip Ritchie, Bob McDowell. Row 6: Roy Houston, Dave Beal, Fred Herre, Eldon Bucknor, Mike Ammerman, Walter Tannert, Curtis Bishop, Ricky Falkow, Allan Kramer, Geoff Busse. Left to Right, Row 1: Marian Kaplan lSecretary-Treasurerl, Gary Walker fPresidentl, Jerry Gin Nice-presidentl. Row 2: Drusilla Winstead, Peggy Scanlon, Grace Boyd. Row 3: Fred Bernstein, John Klensin, Allen Bayles. Row 4: Sandy Dennis, Herbert Craig. 153 Left to Right Row I Cecilia Tellez Mike Ammerman Secretary Martha Perez President Dave Hamm, Nancy Stewart. Row 2 Advisor Mass Grace Yoder VICliI Robles Linda Sovan Cheryl Brooks Julle Togle Elaine Word, Evelyn Sanchez, Ad- visor Ralph Hayden Row 3 Mane Blankenship Louella Smith Dolores Hensley Lorraine Romine, Lucila Solis, Linda Walters. future uurses club Left to Right, Standing: Pat Mandros, Kathy Wilksin Grace Ruiz, Advisor Mrs. Betty Robinson, Vice-Preside Florence Manuel, Barbara Ziegenfelder, Judy Whit Jeanie Halpenny, Jean Weinzapfel, Pauline Yturrald Kneeling: Charlotte Apolateguir. Patient: Secretary .lui Fontain. 'S-5 future hememakers left to Right, Row 'l: Betty Ousley, Vice-President: R o b b i e Philipson, President: Stephanie Smith, Secre- tary: Carol Davies, Treasurer. Row 2: Miss Kathleen Sage, Sponsor, Sheryl Smith, Vicki Larriva, Kay Shirey, .lane Chambers, Martha Met- tler, Sandra Heidel, Margy Whee- land, Robin Matheson. Row 3: Jo Ann Landeros, Diana Farnum, Sue Temple, Marta Free, Sonia De Posse, Betty Ivey, Margaret Loftfield, Rita Irwin, Marie luke, Caroll Gommel. Row 4: Joan Greenbaum, Roxann Vallentine, Norma Waer, Judy Adel- stone, Nancy Veliz, Marilyn Buck, Alice Quiroz, Betty Howe, Gain Fien- man, Edith McConnell, Pat Arm- strong. Left to Right, Row 'I: Betty Ousley, Vice-President: Priscilla Kildow, President, .loyce Verran, Secretary, Sandy Robbins, Treasurer. Row 2: Mrs. Nancy Lynch, sponsor: Sandra Young, Benedean Bobbitt, Marilyn Young, Marie Goff, Ruth Everton. Row 3: l-lerold Deonne Leeper, Marian Frohlich, Lillie Douglass, Carolyn Plunkett, Kay Shirey, Sharon Bring. Row 4: Narvella Johnson, Sandra Anthis, Gertrude Sierra, Connie Guittierez, Bonnie Jones, Kathy Draw, Carole Skaggs. future feaelzers 155 lyres club gli K LJ. 4Qj,,fZQw be . rr, G5 Quo, -e,-.. I L -I 1' W Left to Right, Row 'l: Steve Smitha, Karen Saber, Gloria Graham, Linda Aguirre, Armando Cordoba, Raul Lopez, Jim Miller lPresidentl, Fred Baker. Row 2: Jim Berry, Barry Webb, Manny Don, Alex Hubbard, Doug Streets, Arnold Gallardo, Frank Gee, Jimmy Tellez, Pete Bohardt, Dave Pebworth. Row 3: Bob Dayhuff, Alex Carrillo, Ray Atkinson, Wayne Bader, Fred Bennett, Jim Watring, Ed Villa, Pete Melillo, Millard Taylor, Dave Bachmann, Gene Jackson. au to :ufplarers di,s as Left to Right: Mr. Richard Southard lSpon- sorl, Dick Forcier, Larry Beach lPresidentJ, Chuck Looper lSecretaryJ, Larry Meehan, Jim Suhay. ll--. Q QQ? we chess club 'eu- Left to Right, Row 'l: Margi Hurley, Mr. G. E. Harris lSponsorl, linda South. Row 2: Jimmy Madril, Merylann Barnes, Allen Bayles, Frank Lerfman. Row 3: Jerry Gin lVice-presidentl, Walter Tannert, Bill Lenoir lPresidentl, Carl Kirts, Danny Hughes lSecretaryl. ski club v , X , :':-V . f . .-.. A I , . f 12 .5 .g.,q. , -. -2453 'j:2g:.,-E ,f,,jf '4:' 5E5EQEQEg35E5E5E3EiE i i i gigigsgsgsgegfs IEIESIEIEIEJEIEFEIE 2 l l left to Right, Row 'lz Make Waag lVice-presidentl, Carol Reiter lBusiness Managerl, Joan Bright lSecretarYl, Jim Fergus fPresidentl. Row 2: Gary Low, William Brill, Richard Larsen. Row 3: Sharon Baker, Barbara Aaslestad, Judy Reiter, Gene Montiio. Row 4: David Gommel, Larry Meehan, Binx Selby, Mrs. Violet Przybyl lSponsorJ. Left to Right, Row I: Treasurer Dave Beal, Secretary Gail James, Vice- President Nanci Melser, President Dave Parizek. Row 2: Nancy Bart- lett, Judy Boser, lynne Miller, Julia Kurtzhals, Marty Foster, Rich Remily. Row 3: Gene Schisler, Harry Ness, Ken Kitt, Gary Agron, David Wood- ruff, Robert Bingham. Row 4: Ad- visor Mr. Herman Klenck, Jim Guy, Roy Honskon, Eldon Buckner, Mike Ammerman, Bruce Meyers. L.. "v 1 ,...' 1 , f.. .. . --v r ,,-.J , badger bvwling club -9 J.: 1-Q Nq- - aff half 01' S051 gtg ,i.., , . s., KJ V xxx -ff V: RQ if Y7 left to Right, Row 1: Sandy Sponheimer Ureasurerj, Juana Wolfe lSecretaryJ, Peggy Bowden, Nora lee Wi Ann Steinberg. Row 2: Gilbert lopez lVice-preside' Caroline Barr iliresidenti, Fred Leyva, Jean Anders Carroll Gommel. Row 3: Art Tom, Neil Lewis, SL Williams, Joyce Morris, Norma Lopez, Marianne N Vicki Richey, Miland Wilkin, Margery Yeung. 158 U ,ffl girls ' athletics 'assariatiau it to Right, Row 'Is Sergeant-ah ms Virginia Romero, Secretary Lin- Brown, President Wandie Hill, zo-President Tillie Lopez, Treasurer rylann Barnes, Stephanie Monroe. N 2: Elaine Ward, Marilee Schauff, lia Ward, Jena Wheelin, Barbara ly, Pat Torres, Advisor Miss Nona nvards. Row 3: Carolyn Maxey, anno Siqueros, Paula Krueger, :dy Prouty, Regine Podrizki, Bren- Lewis, Dianne Owens. we-'2211 -"' 2 V girls' sports leaders left to Right, Row l: Paula Krueger, linda Brown, Marilee Schauff, DI anne Owens. Row 2: Virginia Romero, Merylann Barnes, Stephanie Monroe, Jean Wheelin, Pat Torres. Row 3: Mary Ramirez, Sandy Protuty Dorothy Wheelin, Diane Sanchez, Mary Ruth Carter. Row 4: Clara Rauh Georgina Moran, Joyce French. al'S"' 'r as 6 ,4- , 1 L. b Q., 159 521: badger rarnrra click ers 'Suu-wwrwv Row I: Wally Tang fPresidentl, Donna Jeney Nice-Presidentl, Barbara Ice lSecretaryl, Art Tom Ureasurerl, Row 2: Mr. Harry Goldstein lSponsorJ, Frank Martinez, Steve Sutherland, Danny Woon, Albert Peron, Al Cota-Robles, Allan Kramer. Row 3: Carlos Corral, Monica Norriega, Tony Snoolc, Cecilia Martinez, Isa- Mary Lou Soto, Martin Barraza. Row 4: Ricky Falkow, Mary Helen Campas. Left to Right, Bob McBride. Nellie Larriva, bel Ronquillo, Iran franklin printing club E I s i left to Right, Row 'I: Virgini Jordan QSec.J, Richard lenno: Bob Frick lPres.J, Donna Jene1 Row 2: Jose Mera, Tommy Tri iillo, Ken Creech, Steve Suthex land, Mr. Otis Chidester lSpor sorl. Row 3: Gregg Schnep' Richard Yrineo, Jim Daur heimer, Jesse Harris, Georg Urias, George lopez, Jim Guy 'vo syncnranized swimming leff to Right, Row 'l: Mary Carter, Pe n ny Hawkins, Gloria Hirsch, Jane! Her- stine lSoc.J, Wandia Hill, Diana Schubel. Row 2: Miss Nona Edwards lSpon- sorl, Peggy Scanlon, Jean Wheelin, Sharon Wilson, Judy Sullivan, Jackie Raf- cliff, Paula Emery. Row 3: Mrs. Diane Dennis lSpon- sorl, Sandy Prouty, Ann Wasley, Keno Milberg iPres.J, l e n o r e Milberg, Ann Thornton. . A SY WN badminton club Left Oo Right, Row 1: Virginia Romero, Marilee Schauff. Raw 2: Stephanie Monroe, Aida Cordova, Jean Whoelin. inn-4 .4 .dir christian yauliz fellowship ,ww G T? Xef' left to Right Advisor Miss Jean Salzer, Doreene Ormond, Marilyn Mehl, Vice-President Lina Adams, Susan DeKanek, April lanfz. Row 2: Leonard Raymond, Millard Taylor. Milanie Kirk, Lindo Harding, President Bob Mann. Row 3: Richard . . . . h Lenox, Carlene Miller, Barbara Simmons, Sandi Pepping, Bernice Taylor, Bonnie Gran! am. liQ-..,,, V. ...I A iv' 1, f'7' kg' xii-Q., . E K. .Ig 'gg .L .:fg:11,:.jL Slsfgg 1 K fifiiifieai E. Q? : ' I ' lwgfil 1f'Z?72iE'lE waijRi.F5S3i55Qi A f. 5 5 . rr ' . ' -, -. ,, xg .,S.,.,.:M .saN R' B Ni' :SRX use M f- Silk?-fr 'T'-.fiiifgifsgsi5S,R:,i'Q Y K , 30 club Left io Righi, Row 'I: Secretary Frank Manzanedo, Treasurer Al Di shargon, President Mike Sieinborn Vice-President Jim Fergus. Row 2 George Pacheco, Bill Smith, Denny Dohme. Row 3: Advisor Mr. J. E Johnson, Allen Fossenkemper, Mor Rosenblum, Advisor Mr. J. D. Confor speech club Left to Right, Row 'l: Presidenf Don- is Cox, Secreiary Becky Rico, Vice- Presidenf John Lyons. Row 2: Pris- cilla Vance, Virginia Gee, Roxann Vallentine, Irene Thomason, Janet Moores, Manny Don. Row 3: Ad- visor Edward Markerl, Jean Hul- penny, Pam Chery, Evan Gissler, Mike leibodd, Jim Novak. Row 4: Cody Phillips, Steve Sutherland, Butch Farabee, Paul Strasburg, Bruce Schwimer. f. mmm ef-7 'D 163 arizamz bays' and girls ' slatcrs A Left to Right, Row I: John Lyons, Bob Gee, Manuel Don, Franklin Gee. Row 2: Norma Higuera, Stephanie Smith, Linde South, Carroll Gommel. Row 3: Danny Slagle, Annette Halpern, Mary Soyre, John Brooks. . s:sa1ss:xs:s: Joi 15S:5fiNf5iP.E . . f: ererf' milf' I .19 , aufagraplzs E S54 Y YIQI he iii? M YH 55 EA Q Z? Do 9' 590 i' nncf 34 .SQ Um Q5 gif? W Ygv sparls it ,,5 .' , ,swf R45 Left to right Row 1 Joe Hernandez Teddy Tang John Ramuerez Bob Mendez tequl Ray Trego Tod Todnem Jerry Thomas Jean Jackson .hm Doty Joh Raul Aqumo Ed Palacnos Rupert Anno Frank Yslas Charles Gaerke Dave Patten Frank Sanchez Norman Webb Hugh Glmmel Bruce Toro Jrm Grlme Patten Dave Vnlbrandt Glenn Lee Ray Gonzales Row 2 Manager Jack Apolo Neal Manning Benny Ramos Backfleld Coach Harry Smlth ls SWA-asj 1 ax K -,-.V , Q . w 3: Hector Pesqueira, Ray Rodriquez, Ralph Montana, Bob Mendoza, orge Montegue, Florence Chandler, Gilbert Munguia, Bob Gauna, Nick ulos, .lim Sims, Rudy Delagarza, Bill Sisco, Hector Fuentes, Line Coach Ralph Although hurt by the loss by graduation of such stand-oifts as To1n Centner, Mel Jenks, and Lee Secrist, most of last yearis varsity team returned this year. Coach john Mallamo directed the Tucson High team to a 7-3 record, taking city and division four champion- ships. The Badgers opened victoriously over Pueblo 12-0 and North Phoenix 33-0, but were defeated by VVest Phoenix 14-6. After trouncing Salpointe 14-6 and Cata- lina 26-7, the Badgers were jolted by Yuma 20-6. if . I V' 1 , ,, H W ' N , . V a 5 " 'X - . t . ' . A 1- f , I Q ,. - . ,, ,ef ,fir K. , J 'fx s. , x , im, get , AH y ., Q. 5. ,... ri W: V, 1 7 Mi, an . ' A.. . . . s Bailey. Row 4: Manager Bob Jacobs, Jim Kirk, leo Jacobs, Vincente Amperano Dan Barthels, Lloyd Douglass, Tom Webster, Gary Blythe, Tom Kay, Mike Hay hurst, Robin Thomas, Dennis Couse, Jay Thomas, Head Coach John Mallamo Tucson then roared back over Rincon 32-0, Amphi 12-O, and St. Marys 26-13. In the division three and four play-off, Yuma again won over Tucson 19-1-1 in one of the hardest fought games of the season. Jay Thomas was chosen most valuable senior player of the year, while Dennis Couse, Hector Fuentes, jim Crimes, Robin Thomas, and jim Sims made All-City first team. Making second team were Tom Kay, Hector Pesqueira, jay Thomas, and Frank Yslas. ,fm-e1Q!f1.?:f.,... l it L C H Y X washes '3 Q s'5E?fi2E'f Lino Coach Ralph Bailey 1803 Buckfield Coach Hurry Smith F Sv: 71 fi 1 25. M Q s , X I ,I . A: QQIV V . ,fm X ' ' ' ' 1 1 4, lg ' a l 8 J 1 1" Managers Bob Jacobs and Jack Apolofequi Trainer Ted Bailey ai preview of things to comc. U15 I2 ,meh 0 O Nw " f 'df fgkj ri iffy, f N E f"S- Q NX l dsl, A , ,795 I x, ' A X H X , gf --f if C f K if I W Tom Kay 1501 finds himself in o tangle of arms and legs which prove to be a Warrior's downfall, Pubclo, int:-nt on 1'CPC2lfl11g lust yeufs victory, was sore surprise-d wlwn jim Sims, loft lizilf, led tlic Bnclgcrs for ll 12-0 clipping of tlic XYill'l'l0l'S in tliv opcncr. This was only Jim Sims is hobbled by three Warriors in fhe third quarfer. Neal Manning Ray Rodriguez flzs 35' 13 narflz O 15.7 f-'ff .5 .T -'r ,pr , ' - H .5 ' 'vtbk A. ff? y ,- ' -we-.-5331-3 I . rms, li., x-' N " ez-'57 .' ill. ' Skiriing his own right end, leading THS ground gainer Jim Sims gains enough for a first down. Running iusf inside the side lines, Teddy Tang gained forty five yards before stepping out of bounds. I -,, Sophomore Jim Doty safeguards o fumble as he is brought Robin Thomas Mill, Hgyhg,-5' down from behind. U15 6 W6 I I4 Two Thunderbirds close in on Jim Sims as he fights for yardage. , Joe Hernandez waits wiih oufslretched hands, ready to hau in the pigskin on Wes!'s thirty-five yard line. Frank Yslas , .inns Gene Jackson Benny Ramos Gilbert Munguia 173 ihs I 4 salpolnfe 6 A' X Q fl K l l Q9 ff 4 fl? p 1 img , ml r , W V' l fo f 5 X Jlllir l fi. 1- 4-MS 1 . ,,'-,. . .,?.,. 5 .15 rlflk. -JP and Robin Thomas fenslve uchon which held Catalina almost helpless. Bob Gauna Vinceme Amperuno flzs 6 yzzma 20 4 Dennis Couse The Badgers just couldn't find running room against the defensive action of a fine Criminal team U15 5' rin an O K, ,, .A I 3 'Wr' ' f""' vas Tucson all the way as Sims and Com an ran alm st t 'II d h V75 p y o a wi over an t rough the Rincon line. Rudy De La Garza This Pan1her's spring carries him over Gene Jackson, his infencled fargei. 1 T A P- Dun Barfhels 'I ff' f at '-:1 A lykaxx 176 Nick Paulos f ill I2 amphi 0 flzs 26 . mary? I3 ,hui is . no A . f Qi'-ff, ' The powerful Tucson High line opened ihis gaping hole rhrough which Si carried for a gain of five. W Q ck, Jay Thomas Ralph Montana 1 wg , l 941' R flzs I4 yuma I 9 In the district playoff with Yuma, Tuc- son drew first blood when guard jim Crimes pounced on a Yuma fumble on YllIUL1,S own 42. Teddy Tang scored the first TD from 9 yards out after a bril- liant 33-yard run. The biggest threat to the Badger line was Yuma's Leroy Raebels, who was used as a decoy. Repeatedly he opened up the Badger defense and allowed quar- terback Bon Guiles to pass effectively. Two Yuma TDs were so achieved. The final TD for the Badgers was scored on a 1-yard plunge by quarter- back Gary Blythe. 'C le Jackson is finally stopped after a twelve yard gain, but Tucson hadn't quite the drive victory. 7 . :tv it Tackled in the end zone, Gary Blythe laterals to Florence Chandler, who gained ten yards la being stopped. Lloyd Douglass . .Q 3 Joe Hernandez 31' efore 177 'T 9 4, -, '. fu .tx 1 178 4 mfg !if'Q' "advic- Jim Grimss Abovs: Three cunning Criminals charge down on Teddy Tang in the las! quurfer of the ploy-off. ,p 2. fn "gf Tom Kay Pi in Qi. .- . L, P. Hector Fuemes juuiar mr ity T ion 1 ... . N I w V WHQH SIX ., , ll , . ,gi ,lx ., ilk l I ssi' ff f in A ' if-H-ms, ' yew K ' My f p f .J r 6 L 'eg Left to Righl, Row l: Manager Harry Lewis, Pat Hayhursl, Al Olivia, Jerry Anderson, Tony Laguna, Bill Anaya, John Wilkey, Barry Roche, Jay Caldwell, John McQuord, Tommy Solo. Row 2: Henry Echeverria, Leonard Orozco, Carlos Quiiada, Ted Schmieding, Richard Yrineo, Eddie Caballero, Manuel Felix, Robert Saenz, Ed Doisen, John Cueslos. Row 3: Coach Virgil Sian, Reynaldo Robles, Dick Hansen, Augie Gallego, Rene Villa, Ar- mando Vidal, Henry Figueroa, Don Curry, Coach Ray Adkins. No! in: Mike Halstead, Charles Blilzer, William Brill, Dan Garcia, Al Jurado, Ar! Rakestraw, Joe Reis, Travis Rushing, Mark Yeoman, Mike Waag, Bill Ruck. ' V 'Ui gf: Jii X The Badger junior Varsity football squad concluded its , -. I oixucn S X S:-3 0,2 up f in 524' FO0TBlxu it 1 lirfllu All Na gui I if- QQ, r W at , a s 3 COACHES Virgil Stan and Ray Adkins i f season with six losses, one win and one tie. Its stability impaired by an insufficient turn-out, the team scored its only victory against Amphi, and captured a tie with Salpointe. It also played the Tombstone varsity, to which it lost. Though playing hard, the boys found success an elusive target and wound up in the cellar, but they are looking to a more successful season next year. cub football B 9 g it lift te fr f 1 , or t it 1, 4.14 .Y vow Q-'ln Ark In I sv M, s-5 - ' , , P v ' ll 4 ll il 2 4 X l lit as - 1 .g 1 ' ,vp Q ,. I l 1 al . . 'Ui' - ' 2,5345 M' Left Io Right, Row 1: Scot? Stevenson, Frank Amperano, Boyd Nicholl, Jerry Grimes, Valard Ripley, Bill Price, Don Bode, Tony Peyron, Paul Gonzales, Phil Sabin, Bob Winters, Dave Valdez. Row 2: Coach Tony Roda, Jack French, Ron Villa, John Webb, Fred Ball, Paul Megna, Frank Verzara, Avis Mead, John Palomino, John Ferreira, Eddie Joe, Dave Sanfor, Barry Anthis, Jay Bacon, Coach Oliver Mayfield. Row 3: Mendell Pobakoff, Jerry Davis, Lionel Hernandez, Jesus Lopez, George Solo, John Wall, Ramon Benitez, Gilberi Haro, llicl Dodge, Ignacio Miranda, Delbert Salazar, Armando Arriola, Louis Duran Row 4: Alberf Verzara, John Willis, John Conway, Mike Green, Milton Aragon, Clarence Walls, Terry Elmquisr, Bob Madera, Silver Dormer, Bill Johns, Dar McDonald, Gilbert Rodriguez, Joe Castillo, Roger Goebel, Leonard Dan Manager Ed Diaz. Cub coaches, Oliver Mayfield and Tony Roda, were pleasant- ly surprised this year when more boys turned out for cub football than in any year past. The frosli team started the season off with three straight wins over Arnphi, Casa Grande, and Salpointe, followed hy three losses to Xlesa, Catalina, and Sunnvside. After heating Rincon and Anaphi, the Badger Cubs lost the last game of the season to Pueblo, finishing with a creditable 5-4 record. Tucson 21 Amphi Tucson 47 Casa Grande Tucson 26 Salpointe Tucson 6 Mesa Tucson 14 Catalina Tucson 6 Sunnyside Tucson 32 Rincon Tucson 26 Amphi Tucson 13 Pueblo 180 A .Q'..Nf 0 S lslrqqylllllillgclir 13 W 19 FOV-:AL 7 6 1 6 ish. 4 K 38 COACHES Oliver Mayfield and Tony Roda sauglmdcr iff., F 1' fri-7 I. EAD SONGLEADER Paulette Halpern T? Q7 i xh ft to Right, Row 1: Dina Diaz, Paulette Halpern lheadl, Jean Anderson Nw 2: Judy Martin, Nancy Khula, Carolyn Biggam. Row 3: Ida Martinez r wr , J, - ' ' 4? i, A745 D D if iii! 6 CT? Y? Esther Bustamante, Carol Gommel. Row 4: Diane Dennis, Evy Arm, Suzi Kaufman, Onofre Norton. 181 cheer mdzr left to Right: lllorizontall Phyllis Aguirre, Reva laVetter, Marilyn Hardy, Mary Sayre. Top ta Bottom: Werticall Annette Halpern, Mario Jenks, Karyn Rogers, Maureen McKeever llueadl. HEAD CHEERLEADER Maureen MeKoever junior varsity cheerleaders L ft to Right: Patti Lewis, Jackie Ross, Peggy Sc io Bet! Dunipaco, Cecilia Martinez, liz Krueger. ft freshmen elreerleaders left to Right, Row I: Peggy Hask Il J d M Keever fheadl, Jan Dykemun. Row 2 l d A d son, Mary lou Bohurdt. Row 3: Gland G tt x ' A 011 kd! 0111! --, U., 'F l..L...l N- Leff Oo Right, Row l: Managers Danny Hanesworfh, Mike Posner, Don Overall. Row 2: Homer Town- send, Chuck LaVeNer, Jim Douglas, Oscar Holmes, Gene Harris, Tom Morgan, George Anderson, Coach Tony Morales, Jim Moellar, John Clark, Phil Benson. ',,.f' Danny Hanuwerth, Miko Posner, Don Overall Managers 184 Benton, Jim Kirk, Edgar Boyer. Row 3: Edgar COACH Tony Morales Tucson High's basketball team, under the direction of Coach Tony Morales, ended the season with an 11-8 record, showing great determination throughout the season. Top Badger scorers were jim Douglas QAII City y guard, first teaml, Chuck LaVetter QAII City guard, A second teaml, jim Moeller, Homer Townsend, and George Anderson. The Badgers ended the season admirably by placing second in the State AA Tournament. .f-'- l fi W Jim Moeller C421 and Oscar Holmes C521 go for u rebound as St. Mury's patiently looks on. '. :QQ Rincon clesperafely fries to defend the ball as Homer Townsend 1321, Jim Douglas i34J, and oiher Badger neffers quickly close in. fx.-Ji 185 Fif Z- Spirited action was shown in the Amphi game as the Badgers pulled ahead 45-40. Ed9U" Huffls JA. I3 " IV l 4 - Homer Townsend CI' a 186 Jim Douglas f Phil Benson Oscar Holmes steals the ball from a Mesa man as Tom Morgan MOD and E Harris 1221 close in. Perhaps this is some of the lightning that struck Mesa. lThe streak is really caused by static electricity, an extremely rare occurrence in photogruphy.l M 3 Chuck LaVetter John Clerk Oscar Holmes Tucson Highys junior varsity basketball squad, coached by john O'Dcll, finished thc season sporting a 14-4 record. Their only losses were to Rincon, twicc, and once each to Wfest Phoenix and Camelback. Leading scorer for thc Badger team was 6'6,' center, Ray Kosanke, later transfcrrcd to thc varsity, who averaged 16 points per game. Othcr outstanding players on thc team were Mike Butler, forward, jcssie Peoples, guardg Donald Bacon, forwardg and Iohn jackson, forward. COACH John O'DeII junior ar ity Ira kcllmll my MEIN!! xxf' Lefi to Righi, Row 1: Managers Ed Diaz, Sal Flores, Rich Bierce. Carl Bowdry, Coach John O'Dell, Ray Kosanke, Russel Hanley, Augie Row 2: Peie Bufler, Danny Barch, Johnny Jackson, Mike Butler, Heder Galleo, John Wilkey. Munoz, Pave Samarano, Don Bacon. Row 3: Tom Grove, Greg Peters, fre lzmau bask alba!! Q' M D Fi sqfe ef si to Right Row I- Manager Kirk Markland Babb C l , . , y orra, Manuel Arreola, Vergara, Mike Aboud, Walter Frost, Leroy Taylor, John Willis, Jesus Pesquiera, n Walls, Roland Jarmusch, Jesus lopez, Art Chapple, Ernest Jackson, Joe Daugherty. Row 3: Ralph Hernandez, Andy Obregon, Edmund Tellez, Mike ie Juvera, Manager Dale Kitchens. Row 2: Coach Ralph Smith, Frank Green, Fred Webster, John Ortiz, Joe Ortiz, Edwin Boyer. Coached by Ralph Smith, Tucson Highis frosh basketball team ended the season with an astonishing 14-3 record. Coach Smith felt that the success of the team was due to the great hustle, scoring balance, and depth, plus the fact that this years frosh team was the tallest, over-all, that Tucson High has had in the last five years. Those carrying the brunt of a give and go, fast break style of play were john NVillis, Leroy Taylor, YValter Frost, Ralph Hernandez, Jesus Pesquiera, Mike Green, Bebo Lopez, Roland jarmusch, and john Ortiz. COACH Ralph Smith N v 4 Nd' 100 baseball March 4 Pueblo .,G.4 March 11 Rincon March 12 U of A Frosh March 15 Sunnyside March 18 Catalina A March 19 Mesa March 25 Salpointe March 26 South Mountain COACH April 1 Amphi Ray Adkins April 5 Sunnyside April 8 April 13 April 22 April 23 April 29 April 30 May 3 May 6 Pueblo Rincon Catalina Phoenix Union Salpointe North Phoenix U of A Frosh Amphi May 12-14 University Week D J F ldk m , Alfredo Rome o l-Off N Right Row 'lr Ddnny Slagle, Sherwin Scan, Neal Manning, Ray Adkins. Row 3: Manny on, erry e a p Bob'Gauna, Eddie Polacios. Row 2: Manager Rupert Arino, Richard Ernie Walls, Eddie Aguirre, Hedor Pesqueira. M9d"lU, R008 Vlllu, Hedor Corrales, Gary Blythe, Fred Ochoa, Coach Danny Slegle v at e e ee Rene Villa stretches for an out at first. .JJ . i',i4 ' in i 1, -'La-x"'vg, 1 .fc V ' -S5-, Q '-Y 35 . ' i - ' " 'f':!:,l,A V - p . ., , I 1 ' ifJ:' Yi., ,. I Q' gJ..,j - . A A' 5. 4 ,E xsgfhiq, ,i ,Tg,f57.' f F' s ,Q WW , , L,,-, 1 3 , . 7 . . tttt if-A, Manny Don slides home to be tugged out by Fred Ochoa. After winning the state championship in 1959, Tucson High lost its entire ball club through graduation. When this book went to press, the Badgers had played one game against Pueblo, losing 4-0. The tentative line-up early in the season had Fred Ochoa and Rene Villa at first base, Frank Flores and IGITY Feldkamp at second, and Hector Corrales at third, while Manny Don and Ed Palacios short-stopped. Gary Blythe and Richard Medina saw most of the action in the left field, leaving Hector Pesquiera in centerfield and Danny Slagle in right field. Neal Manning and Bob Gauna shared the catching. Starting pitchers were Sherwin Scott and Ed Aguirre, backed by Alfredo Romero and Ernie Field. i Q V r , 1 ,,, .x y! ' Ng ld ' . N ,yy V! . ff Exe . A 'S l ,A ,l l 1455! iid l , f O 1 , Mr, 1-...M 161 1 " Manny Don XX v K l5 K . ,M - l iz A 5:5 2 K2 Danny Slcglo gets set io haul in another high fly bull 11 Sherwin Scot! Huior Pssquiera 'fi Alfredo Romero Sherwin Scoh smiles knowingly af unafhsr strike. Q 0 I l.2'E'Qfif11.'1,1, 5 :QQE2212i1i225Q2Q2Qi:1g3g.g:1 ,V-4 .-5 ' A lr 3 ' ' as 3 A A i ' A :'. S 4 I X . ' iibbx , w ' VV W X . 'i"' . W I N I ll In in ' l I ,LAL ltx 'V 'W'xmu'E, Neal Manning 4, Freddie Ochou ix .. 1 s E Il 1 lil. Q Bob Guunu . 1,1 w-1 ap . ,ga 2 - ,.,,,3, A W" i. 531 ' ' " - ,, 1 E ff Y ji: .Q sg 'Q 3 193 A-s :sw 'wg 45 Q- A juuivr mr ity At press time, Tucson Highis junior varsity baseball team opened its twenty game schedule with a 6-O win over Rincon. Trying to develop more players down the line, Coach jim Wing kept a larger-than-usual number of players on the team this year. Due to the great hustle and desire of this year's team, Coach VVing felt that the j.V.'s would be a valuable asset to the varsity next year. All V1 COACH Jim Wing , 5 . T , I .- 5 --fe- 5 ' ' , S 'V l T ', T 1 l ' I 1 VIS, 1 I 71 I Vg f xi T T K XX -, K ' X ri X f it jx 4 1 , ' F ...ee . , in Y 1 if . Left ta Right, Row I: Alex Almeida, Danny Garcia, Hector Carrillo, Travis Rushing, Louis Montana, Tim Heiden, Edward Laws. Row 2 Jack Cunningham, Abe Valdez, Mike Butler, Cody Phillips, John Mc- Coslin, Henry Echeverria, Dave Mather. Row 3: Frank Bermudez, Don- ald Bawn, Roger Coach Jim Wing. Richard Vasquez, Don Curry. Q-ff" Elias, Pete Butler, Ignacio Cabrera, Henry Figueroa, Row 4: Manager Rodney Matheson, Mark Yeoman, Tom Morgan, John Bailey, Frank Lublin, Manager fre lzmau baseball 1 J Left to Right, Row I: Jesus Pesqueira, Joe Castillo, Armando Arriola, Mike Green, David Quiroz, Johnny Ortiz, Robert Madera, Eddie leon, Mike Snyder, Larry Walker, Michael Aboud, Delbert Salazar. Row 2 Joe Ortiz, Dale Halstead, George Panada, Stan Wyly, Mark Benz, Er- nie Almada, Jay Donaway, Jack Mettler, Fred Bal, Albert Vergaro, john Mallamo, taking over the job of Cub baseball coach from Ted Bailey, had 21 bigger crop of freshmen tum out this vear than ever before. At the time this book went to press, the Cubs had not mlayed yet but had thirteen games scheduled. Coach Mallamo ielt that he had a good team which would be a great asset to future Tucson High teams. Bert Bloom, Jay Bacon. Row 3: Barry Van Meter, George Silva, Floyd Terry, Ray Ortiz, David Valdez, Fred Valdez, Milton Fo-x, Gil McCaslin, Mike Silvers, Alfred Quiroz, Arnuefro Robles, Dale Kitchens, Coach John Mallarno. new x I COACH John Mallamo mf wuntry The 1959 cross country squad developed into one of the strongest Tucson lligli has had in years. Led hy seniors Abel Flores and john Brooks, the llarriers finished second in the annual Turkey Day Run and placed second also in the state meet, with Phoenix Union nipping the Badgers hy only four points. In every rncet, with the exception of two, Ahcl Flores and john Brooks finished first and second respectively, hreaking the existing records. As the season progressed, Eddie Soto, freshman, and Eddie Cunes, Alhert Rodriguez, and Florentino Martinez, sophomores, ranked high in competition, scoring consistently for Tucson. 11" COACH Robert Ortiz v hanntgnnnn F6001 M- "'fi'1f"1 'UDV . ' l Q i -G In vt .-ess: . p Ex .9 '! I ll fl' ff 1 X . gf! if l K ,i 'l .5 'Z y we ' L-1 4 ii' T ttii W' g' i ,a' sf .,. ttis " 1 x 7 vi Xl it M X ml' . ,E , 'f , A - W E I QC QQ1- K l ' l C-S0 r X i A cn ' 4 TF'Af'fr Pi sf"'Q AU- left to Right, Row 1: Dave Quarels, Thurman Collins, Ed Soto, Rodney Row 3: Coach Robert Ortiz, Art Rodriguez, Florentino Martinez, Sammy Matheson, Michael Groves, Tony Haro. Row 2: Ed Casey, Tom Tautimer, lee, Tim Rambler, Abel Flores, Tony Yeung, John Brooks. Not shown: Ed Joe Moreno, Richard Valencia, Mike Anderson, Manager Santos Seballos. Cunes, Ed Arriago, Andy Obregon, Stephen Joe. Abel Flores John Brooks . p 4 d ' 3 1 A , ws '- :H .15"i'w Ml- ,f 1 U ' I ,Maur X ,o.. . , 5 r i i iQ , d i . V w 1 -V L,,, k -T"f-- ' " -" aiififii' 'Q 11. ..,,. 6 W. , .K f- ., .r k . f 5 .r k gb K -, 5 f n , Y i f if ' , - ..,L i - 4 J. . ' gs, 1 .,.- , ,dzgzg .. .' ., ,-1 :, 1' in 15:7 -,.. -.7 -, ' 5 '. 1 av' r , emo-17i'ig:.'iwQf1',fm:f . I 1 v - ff " The Cross Country squad practices for on imporfoni meet. i o X cr? V. 'P' Tim Rambler :Q Q4 ,Q N P5 -Qin-anim Eddie Arriugu Eddie Cunes so Eddie Sofo I717y ' 11111115 so Left io Right, Row 'l: Boyd Morris, Bob Lenoir, Dan Hughes, Jim Not in picture: Carlos Maclril. Madril. Row 2: Richard Diller, Hal Lowe, Gerry Gin, Bill Lenoir. This year Tucson High's tennis team had fifteen matches scheduled for the varsity team and twelve for the junior varsity. Trying for a second perfect record this season were top netters Bill Lenoir and Gerry Gin, with ' Lenoir and Hal Lowe playing doubles. iii COACH Si Ganom 1 X irle ii Gerry Gin Hal Lowe K ..,.. A Bill lenoir ll , i i i- , " ' ' l Aiiz 1 'we ,W N Wk- f Richard Diller Boyd Morris Cx - - I 'J gs 9 A 1 ., vw-can Hia, Top player Bill Lenoir delivers a forohancl drive. li 470 'fi . I Jimmy Madril 199 1Lu1' 'IDI ' .',bv'-4-51, 35' . ll!!!-1 W Undefeated at the time this book went to press, it looked as if Tucson Highis girls, tennis f ff team was going to equal lust year's perfect record of 227 wins and no losses. Although she lost four top players through graduation, Coach Miss Sue Clark expected an- other successful seuson with such players as Norma Higuera, top senior, Susan Brown, Mary ' Dunn, and Susan Tofel. Yyv. 1 v l K v 1 if Lila! aug A Shown here in a practice session are Barnes and Dunn, top doubles team. girls ' Ianni t --Sf if tl -, S V V .wigs l-- COACH - Miss Sue Clark .- l ,-.-,-5 ' 3 is ,, 'Nh A iw? I ' e if i ' t e esse "' . we s - 5' i t ,, e M x 3. -, ,- I if I Left to Right, Row I: Regine Podrizki, Gloria Munguia, May Susan Tafel, Norma Higuera, linda Brown, Emily Delahanty. Gin, Patsy Sears, Alice Thomas. Row 2: Merylann Barnes, Not in picture: Mary Dunn. In I x 'W 1 K I 4. r n .l A H 4 1. I 1 .ga GK I X N 'x X e 4 54'w f- V ,E ,W,l,, Norma Higuera moves in for an easy fore hand drive. ,P f ""'hifI'W.L,,.QQ?f" ...'- EV X Emily Delahanfy Susan Tofel Merylann Barnes my linda Brown " Q. 3 -W"-x.,: Q 'C i 3 Norma Higuera . ,J I I Mary Dunn s i 0 'Q '--fi 3? Left to Right, Row 'l: Fred Chavez, Ken Taylor, Hector Fuentes, Flor- .lack Blubaugh, Gilbert Martinez, Albert Tapia, Ronnie Garrett, Fru ence Chandler, Stephen Hickman, Cruz Colmenero. Row 2: Coach Gonzalez, Bob Pinson, Steve Pinnell, Norman Webb. L. ufre fling COACH Jack Blubaugh Starting with a completely inexperienced squad this season, Coach Iack Blubaugh lead Tucson Highis wrestlers to a sur- prising 7-3 record, with losses only to Yuma, South Mountain, and Catalina. Top grappler on the team this year was team captain Albert Tapia. Following close behind were Gilbert Mar- tinez, F ru Gonzalez, and Steve Pinnell, who remained undefeated. Starting a match from the sitting-up position are Ronnie Garrett and Stephen Hickman. Hector Fuentes Steve Pin nel! ,M'b,h Xu' ,,fmaoNlGB1w0sw4m S 7 ,.r,,,, . - 2. vez, , . av 'f',, 1.1, My .5 ,L 3 Ray Gonzales lbattomj and Steve Pinnell complete the final stage of the sit-up-and-duck-under. Ray Gonzales Albert Tapia .Q 1 -1:-W LQW' Ronnie Garrett Gilbert Martinez ii T l: ',q,-""": 'Ev in G," frrrfggz COACH Arthur Nelmi A Left to Right, Row 1: Allan Silverman, David Grau- man, Tony Tellez, Bob Koningsar, Bill Retts, Dick Barthels. Row 2: Vic Estrella, Charles Lehner, Richard Fellner, Alan Gemson, Andy Treinis, Bob Rogers, Peter Beren, Larry Beach, Manager Lloyd Gardiner, Coach Arthur Neimi. Row 3: Manager Bruce Schwim- mer, Ken Fink, Bill Kimball, Steve Chapman, John , Miner, Jerry Steiman, Phil Hudson, Larry Ellermann, Butch Farabee. swimming First organized in 1957, Tucson Higlfs swimming tcaun has ncvcr lost il mc-ct to another high school. Taking first plucc in thc state lust year, the team won scvcn firsts out of tc-n cvcnts. Outstanding swimnicrs Larry Ellcrman, Larry Beach, Kcn Fink, li1'1lll1l7l0 McFcc, and Charles Fara- licc, wcrc ull seniors this ycur. This yczu"s schcdulc included meets with such schools us Brophy Prop und New Mexico Military Academy. . pp. y f , 5 , X freshmen U Left to Right, Row 1: Conrad Reiche, Stanley Mead, Rr ald Berry, Darrell Leigh, Jim Hays. Row 2: War Griese, Brit Alsop, Bob Yeager, Mike Eckbur, Carlos Mya Row 3: Gamble Dick, Robert Welch, Dennis Ryan, Ever Delbridge Jr., Chuck Bowden. Xb QQ' 'ical' -4 ' Bramble MeFee Bob Koningsor Estrella is caught in the midst of a iack-knife dive. ' 'su If . ,aw x 4'L ' r , larry Ellermann Charles Furabee KX , Z 'M '-"""Y Beech Fred Herre it "- 1 Ken Fink Demonstrating their starting positions are lurry Ellermann, left, and Ken Fink. 205 COACH .lool Whlh Tucson Highis rifle team placed second in the nation among high school teams last year and also won the state championship. Two new rivals, Casa Grande and Rincon, were scheduled this season along, with matches against Southern Arizona School, Camelback, Catalina, and others. With his top shooters back this year, Coach joel White hoped to take the state title in U of A Week competition and the Arizona-New Mexico NRA Sectionals again this year. rifle team E fix if K o lah to Rnghi Row 1: Danny Lee, Ralph Pruih, Larry Martinez, Danny Ease- Kirkpatrick, Joe Luian, Gerald Grabo Eldon Buckner Ken Sprung David ly Richard Vulbrandf, Joe Thomas, George Felix. Row 2: Dave Hearn, John Warner, Fred Gladden. N 1 Eg i 92356 X w fffp w xii A Fred Glaclden Eldon Buckner Ken Spring , ' f 4 ',. l k 1-fjixr ,,- 1. I Staie champions Joe Luiun, Dave Warner, Fred Fladden, Eldon Buckner, and Gerald Grclbo demonsfrafe the kneeling position. M ' i - Vii-' , ZVL3,,. ., " V, V is gl L' ,V 'YX I L 1 3kk W A-1 N if ff 'Q09i451.f.w,,,,.,a A A I 7 iff! ','. - gf Dave Warner Dave Hearn Joe luiun X x ' 1 Jim Mooney ff Roger Gurrell Alex Hubbard Roger Garret! uses u 6 iron on the way to o Birdie. .lim Mooney hits another long drive. 'left lo Righi, Row I: Coach Don McAlpine, Lionel Hernandez, Gerald Hubbard Roger Garreff .hm Mooney Alex Hubbard. Row 2: John Vallentine, Silver Dormer, Jesus Espinoza, Mel Silverman Bob Fassland Kirk Markland Dave Beebo. Tucson Higlfs golf team won the state champion- ship the last two years and also won its first five matches this year. Coach Don McAlpine felt that with the veteran backbone he now has, that the team would sweep the state finals. Top golfers Gerry Hubbard, Alex Hubbard, jim Mooney, and Roger Garret, were all seniors this year. ' 'ft 1 r 1' r ' T 'ii 4 K . Q! I -- , i5Ll,Qf,- qimrfsf K Kr A A M - f 5 - N -6 " 3. r,,-'- W N -.. - l ift 42'-ffl 'L152f13'f 'K A 4' ' ffifrrm- . a .am ,gg,tweYf g r , r ,grep gan. .1 ff 4 , 1,-,z . if',.x,ii-,egg ESQ. - A 7 "lf,?L:9' x K'-few 'yfffyiiw 1 "" - F ex V ary. kin QQ- H ri :.- - vi- 3 , -H335-H: -wif" ,f me gm- M yn i t ,.+ - k,k-Vee, , ' Mwyuws, w . ., . - fam Wow.. - ., . af. K ,, if--tgf:t:..ai'e-'Iss,sqfw is f V V 1 - Alex Hubbard makes cl six-foofer. 'l x ' I " T . A 'i 1 ti 2 x ' N t f ,r :M ,M , VV Charles Schmid. Row 3: Geoffry Busse, Eddie Dominguez, Steve McCoy, Left Oo Right, Row I: Lennie Gardner, Sieve Coffaro, Jim Shaw, Sieve Doiy, Joe Leon, Alfred Disharoon, Maurice Free. Row 2: David Dohme, Ray Cor- dova, Mike Sfargell, Ben Lizardi, Ray Atkinson, Pele Gallo, Roy Trujillo, is : fin.. --6,3 COACH William Wesfervelf Lewis Adams, Eric Weinzapfel, George Nulfycombe, Everett Taylor, Bill Bravo, Manager Rudy De La Garza, Coach William Weslervoli. gymnastic Couchecl by lVilliinn Vestervelt, Tucson Highis gymnastics team won the city championship lust year amd was runner-up in the state meet. Taking first amd seeoncl in tumbling were Rau' Atkinson and Bill Bravo. Lost through graduation were Bob MneNeil, state champion in side horse, Ernie Nzn'u1'ro, state champion in still rings, amd lettermen Fernando Leon, Rielinrcl Serventi, and Al Avenenti. Returning this year were lettermen Buy Atkinson, Bill Bravo, Steve NIeCoy, Charles Schmid, jim Shaw, Everett Taylor, and Eric XXI-inmpfel. These, together with sueh promising non-lettermen as Nlnuriee F ree, Steve Doty. zmcl severzill good freshman and sopho- more prospeets, were expected to make il better balanced and even stronger team than last yenris. Q Steve McCoy Eric Weinzupfol X.. .wk K Q We Roy Atkinson iff - , -. . s , is '. A ':, 5. .- lg Q ax nw X Q ki. fr 1 o 'Te , , Q Qlfwml ' , I 1 Y '1 ' 'VLV K limi ' M ,. A iL f 3 ,. T, A L 33 .1 I Evereff Taylor el' Charles Schmid goes through his routine on the parallel bars. if S- . Q. W . l 77, fi? . V 1' , I rf M, ..f'?' A ,' fx N ,r .W ,AW Q, Charles Schmid l 1 E Bill Bravo 211 2 rf r :far ity track .a-l Yfflr-1 ,.. 7. 1 - I L - ' 4- --ww V , ' ' ' 'Nia' 1. ,,, , gr '-,. K. -e., .1 . . 9... V J" b -......:---"2".i'2f'5f.'-- . . Samarano, Ed Cunes, Abel Flores, Art Left to Right, Row 1: Pete Rodriquez, Robert Jackson, Manuel Queiruga, Teddy Tang, Frank S hex. Row 2: Manager Sam Harris, Eddie Caballero, Johnny an: Jackson Homer Townsend, Florence Chandler, Billy Morrison, Jerry Jackson, James Wilhom, Tony Laguna, Manager Tony Gerbais. Row 3: fda? ,C N. , it t 'Y' O '5 , .nl Jim Doty, Lloyd Douglas, Jim Cohen, Jay Thomas, Tom Kay, Robin Thomas, Benny Ramos, Head Couch Oliver Mayfield. Row 4: Assist- ant Coach Virgil Stan, Gene Jackson, Ray Treio, Mike Halstead, . . . d Velton Lyles, John Brooks, Ronnie Jurado, Lonnie Harris, E gar Harris, Russel Hanley, Robert Mendoze, Assistant Coach Robert Ortiz. rg ,, ,,.f , 7, , ,e, his-as ,V , 5 1 3 f n, , l X .X Ti A- 1 RMK ip Q gp HEAD COACH ASSISTANT COACH ASSISTANT COACH Oliver Mayfield Robert Ortiz Virgil Stan Benny Ramos sails easily over the palevault bar. Tom Kay specialized in the sho! pul. T ' X ' .T no - fx .A xi 1 3 Jim Cohen spins with ihe discus. X A 'Q Igulfv 4 QL X. Q, ' we f MLTMTT .fn '4 55144 ii l Tucson High's track team entered an eighteen match schedule this year with only twelve seniors and a need for sprinters and hurdlers. However, in the opener of the season, the City Relays, the Badger team took five out of eight firsts and placed in every event. Tom Kay placed first in shot put, Homer Town- send in high jumps, Bob jackson, Gene Jackson, lim Wil- liams, and Teddy Tang in 440 yard relay, Tony Laguna, Jerry jackson, Bon juardo, Russ Hanley in the hurdle shuttle and jim Williams, Tony Laguna, Billy Morrison, and Teddy Tang in the mile relay. Coach Oliver Mayfield felt that with the large number that turned out this year the team should develop into a powerful, well-balanced squad. my we .i 'Q Z f fi 'va H Y-1 , lg , .F ' ' -W . ' ---lfffl 7 V if if w , 9 ': A V Y: i -, V ff' 7 f f -- :,.1,w w:fms.1,.1.-1- a, -ww1,a f ' flff- ' 1 ' ' . Q Y 'K ' , 1--.nt-.f , , 1 n age' Q i , ' H slr ' H M 'W a wi ' aiu' x igw h iiyw J flmgxw, 4, if in mmf if ,Qi " 4 N T M fha X Y: nv ps -we f' ew Rag' Qi' Q ' 'R Y, Q, K J 11 W, a ul ii at V , ,., ,. .,,,,. 1 ' 91' - ' ' :m e n ' --T . a- ,ef , ., .5 -. ,V-"JL: " 4. """"'i' " A : rf . 1 . 2' :rf Lit'- , H ,M ,.1, ,x,,,akm ,e,,V, ,. V, -f V- 1 5 - 1. John Clark and Ron Jurado leap fha high hurdles. 213 fuumr mr :fy J- -sv .--l--- ' "Tl :von-Mn'-'E v - Z1 2' xwgy All 4 'gal Ns ' we K me o v sxlldlk ' 1, x as igcswi P Left to Right, Row 1: Jack Smith, Ray Bartolotta, Barry Roche, Ted Schmiding, Danny Bartch, Gerry Anderson, Pat Hayhurst, John Conway, Tony Yeung, Stephen Joe, John Palomino. Row 2: Joe Anthony, Eddie Joe, Mike Anderson, David Hubbard, Frank Vergaro, Jerry Grimes, Bill McCarty, Roger Goebel, Sal Flores, Frank Sotomayor, Barry Anthis, David Santor. Row 3: Andy Obregon, Lenny Don, Sammy Lee, Edgar Boyer, Fernando Rodriguez, Gilbert Haro, Bob Armenta, Johnny Ferreira, Albert Ruiz, Gilbert Cota, David Quarles. Row 4: Tino Martinez, Dick Chapman, Ron lvanaff, Bobby Corral, Bill Conole, Don J l-il l l 2 ' 5 QQ Bede, Tom Grove, Jay Caldwell, Glenn lee, Robert Alvarez, Gilbert Rodriguez, Eddie Torres. Row 5: William Johns, John Fink, John Patten, Jim Kirk, Tony Peyron, Charles Hollenbeck, Ray Kosanke, Tom Webster, Bruce Toro, Eddie Ariaga. Row 6: Raymond Wilsey, Walter Frost, Jesus lopez, John Willis, Tony Haro, Augie Gallego, Edmund Tellez, John Webb, Bob Walker, Ed Soto. Row 7' Joe Daughetry, David Ward, Robert Amado, Alex Valdez, Leroy Taylor, Assistant Coach Virgil Stan, Assistant Coach Robert Ortiz. f' ,V . , I.,-1-' Jim Kirk goes up and over to clear the high iump at 5'7". leffmmfn 's club ' 1. -an g 5, 1 H ,. Left to Right, Row 1: Franklin Gee, Eric Weinzapfel, Dan Barthels, Rudy De La Garza, Steve McCoy, Jim Cohen, Armando Cordova, Dale Helsper, Stephen Joe, Hector Pesquiera. Row 2: Tod Todnam, Dave Patten, Frank Palacios, Larry Ellerman, Hugh Gommel, Roger Garrett, John Brooks, Bob Mendez, Gary Blythe, Ken Taylor. Row 3: Jim Moeller, Jim Kirk, Richard Diller, Bill Lenoir, Gerry Ginn, Vick Es- trella, Homer Townsend, Tony Yeuing, Ken Fink, Fred Herre, Larry Presidccl over by jim Cohen and advised by Mr. john Mallamo and Mr. Tony Morales, the Letterrnenis Club tried to be of service to the school throughout the year by promoting good sportsmanship and stressing school spirit and attendance at the games. They also held two initiations and presented their fourth annual Lettermenis Dance. eg .... ...sg Adviwl' Mfllluffw Advisor Morales Beach, Oscar Holmes. Row 4: Jim Douglas, Tino Martinez, Chuck LaVetter, Jim Doty, Jim Sims, Jessie Harris, Lloyd Douglas, Russel Hanley, Vince Martinez, Art Rodriguez, Sammy Lee, Eddie Soto. Row 5: Gene Jackson, Nick Paulos, Tom Kay, Bob Jacobs, Dennis Couse, Tom Webster, Bruce Toro, Robin Thomas, Teddy Tang, Florence Chandler. Row 6: Jim Grimes, Bob Mendoza, Ray Treio, Jay Thomas, Hehe Munguia, Mike Meehan, Mike Hayhurst. ' ' I Left to Right, Row 1: Jim Grimes, Secretaryp Dennis Cause Sergeant at Arms. Row 2: Jim Cohen, President, Chuck LaVetter, Vice President .4 216 Mi' 'I Q Q W ff N fi , ,, -U. xv student life luv oniau queen This year's lovely Tuesonian Queen, Linda Aguirre, won the admiration of fellow students by her warm and sincere per- sonality and friendly smile. Linda's activities included being secretary of Club Cervantes and the Lyres Club, and librarian of the Tucson High orchestra. She was also an band member and a homeroom representative. Linda hopes to study elementary education or nursing after graduation. Here's wishing her success and happiness in all that she may attempt. . f I s 00.3121 afpzhfug X tumwian ftwmftfmfcwf attendants 6402662 Zulu !+4 " ig .,. 65 fb -xx N I , 0 1' QP j 4 i' S, NX L Mfl Exx QI XR X Q if 1 N f C radar queen wry swf A, 'W' clmrlmc marc attendants 'W' V23 t ai . V 2 pl. f -955 f 3 , a 4 , A .1 l A ,LQ I I A' O 4 , , - - - Lg I fl 3155, F' a N an pl, ' "" .-i'1-'51, Q iii ' ' xt 'fn . 0 1: M ,515 hgiqsg- in rv?" f 20' ,naff 5 R , 'rx Milk, Ui? ... ff-5515, 'wsfhggfi . fffysf . , 'lin X N '. ' ,UIQ if ls. iff., 1 Q. H ' A 1 - , Q. 93155 , ' git' ' Am uh P lol gm ,f 430531 sf gs' Q 4 I' 'Q .i5'h'l' -35,2 M 'v 1P"""U1.vai4: -51. '!?1ll"l iQfS'Qi--'Iwv't . V l 'P ' ' f 1 iJ'Q?lua11:mj?' WL 0 5 Si Sb ', I B c , 1. Q50 ' iffy 4 31, ..,, ill H' .L X gg' fffzil fs A - -g A -, al sumti spaulzciluer -' ew ' vjs, ,Q--1' .,' f ' dim: diaz 'ju FIN We X J .A PPX- f ' W- 1. , u 3 ." G ' w . ' ' v ' ,J V N R., hh is Op A f.. ,,, A .sv-3 W h ' li r. ' ixy' 'V "Eg ' l 1 ' PV' 5 1 N t, WW 9 - mfwv Q 1 ft! UL A ff N. -Hu Q 1. ,. .ir-.n N ' 'QQ-245 4. xr .g .fs - X' ' ptr -5.q,,. 'PS If N .Sims kg...-UO I h .C attendants anafrc rmrtan farcigu erclzauge student O.. Q V L Michele Dumontiel, from Lyon, France, was very active this year as president of the French Club, a member of the German Club, and an honorary member of Student Council. Michele stated that she was very pleased to become better ac uainted with the United States and its way 0? life, and she hoped that we of Tucson High gained in our knowledge of France. Michele hopes to be an interpreter at the United Nations, and will attend a college level lantguage school at Paris or Geneva to prepare or the job. V "If is quite true that French girls . . . . ." 5,l76'L'IHl 5111615105 tucson high wus hanarcd this ysur ta huns us lnclnhcrs of the student badu two outstanding blind students. Ronnie Garrett, originally from Vir- ginia, was a talented student while at Tucson High. VVrestling on the varsity team was just one of his many activities. During the year he played the piano and guitar, and enjoyed listening to records in his spare time. Ronniels preference in music leaned toward rogressive jazz and popular songs. He hiopes to become a awyer, and will enter the University of Arizona Law College after graduating this year. judging from his ability in his ublic speaking class, Ronnie should go Far in this field. Q. l -:', . 226 X Ronnie Garrett "Anything based on electronics" was the chief interest of Bob Shephard. This accounted for Radio Shop being his favorite subject. Bob, a former native of Phoenix, placed music high on his list of interests. He enjoyed popular music and modern jazz, especial- ly when played b Earl Bostic. Bob has played the saxophone, himself, for the past four years. First semester he wrestled on the varsity team. Bob plans to go into the field of electronics after graduation, particularly machine repair. Bob Shephard W.. ,. x 31,511 5. x.3 'Q' . 'Sn v Y.. 5 Ex 4 "-1 If V+ 14 J-at Vx 'u Af' - V aj X Q . ifm y-.- XX ,A 'avi ' ks, Tx 4 litxxxx R, P08 - . www wp! E 4 ? i ,N , '. I x , ' MAJ' D? R-h 9 QQ, K -P60 '-f,YI. 1 2 xf 2 1-: J-.fa iff L 1 fx: "fi" f ft . 'Avi' 'Nia if f""!!l-4 N15 , ., A '.fgg.:,L sw nw ,,.- .aww uv, v- tx. - l l - yyl- M--f' E Q dxf .W', . 'rj 1 . M N f- f K . ., 'X-,Q -, Q Q.. kk , W K . A 'E it , ,e.ugff,.:k.,,Q,.E5k, . 3 ,. . The T.H.S. Marching 100 formed its traditional corridor for the football team's introduction at the Pep Rally on September 18. '1 if H " v u .'q 1 A. 1 Y' let s try Beethoven s Sth' 228 '-T53 sf Chief Justice Bobby Gee "welcomed" Freshman Walt Barnhill on the first d of school, September 8. 1-si fs! On September 25, Put Moran, Martha Juarez, and hordes of others bussed to North Phoenix for the Out-of-Town Game. "Like this cat, Brutus, made the senate into Big J." scene and slipped the blade The songleaders and cheerleaders led the student body in school songs at the first pep assembly of the year. 230 1 5-.1 3- 5-S S 5 ' sr 'X Y-J Mike Boy, Butch Furabee, was often the center of attention as he led Tucson High's spirited, cheering crowds at sports events. ll 1 El. I 'Q ,q Q',45,:,hn- . E rx am' 'F V f .. P Y Z4 Y ' r Y , A 'ii 1 "s , L in-. Q f .E ,,, X K 'N if ' M " - 4 gag ,I ' ' J M , 1"!fff1 -' V 4' ,Q ' f' ae+ Lf'-4' 3 -.gi f ya s 1- A' A f in A I R nf' I f 4 L - their "His bf.,,,, . h p fqbee do C , er A J hn Hull, Jam raamofe, Und we G mgzrhe "'0fron,'sw:ii'if""'9 you," S . Dick Romero. 0 i ny Ut Tucson H, 'lived spec. I miles pun in the clean-up Wm?" 9 'gh' 'U Police. ,,- mg down your head, Tom Dooley," harmonize Frank Gee, Tony mg, Manny Don, Pete Gallo, and Mike Cooney during an intermission NX Jan Ferguson checks her coat with Boy's Social Hour worker, Dwight Carter, at an after-game dance. W. fee .1.i:',.9 iq I f - Q tj ' i , ,- M , .. 5, 5 . "i" f 9 Q A 2 :fa x'L.QM...n"' I S fe, it 3 x x ir x' And then there were the days when Tucson High students puddle-hopped. 231 1? ' 'A' ,113 H1355 - 1 if 'll ', UN A -1 fb 21 .M 492: 73 . :iw-6 X 5 - - "' I ell xx :Q I. 'il "'S ., -' ff ' , 4 f 'ii-, F Q . . 11 l lf N . con- .: view H"'Pe' . Wolfe an cough' Luluunu U. of A- me lulllnflliaiheir future 0' 'he 5 . 'empa ercllors Murlhf' Mefller M an Charlene Q .h . f uureen McKee ,1 'he Campus. ul ms bomd U special gs? figdly ,:3"dYi f O QICOIII C mon scam KT' We Cl' I X - x K X I AK' f N! - A t ,fr ,- , I ug M J v X 2- - fo! x,1,..,Q l" S lf l ,N 5 x-v.-- lf fxmlu x Ml Q lfsglxxxg l Y , fi , 'fav ffm: ill v H -, X xy XXXX Q ' . ' - Smile .. "" " , wg A .4 xx WM 232 semon DAY Pnmcsss, PAuLEms HALPERN - ,,,,,.,, "wg HB - ...,. uf it's iusf an old frcnernity ritual!" In this formation of San Xavier Mission the T.H.S. Marching 100 demonstrates the ability that won them top honors in Senior Day state-wide band competition. scuiar am! bam! s day wi fl' GG W ,I , r A , .gi K ,Ae , - X. .V I , we Q -, 1 B A aj". ,Q . K. f . W W. I ' . ,. . , E i 4. nior Doy at the U. of A. got off to a hectic stort with registration "Tums for he tummy!" was the cry at the Senior Day Barbecue the Student Union Building balcony. ...,,, , 3, i iv' nn- 1--M... , ' 1 ,, ......... . ea . -.. :rua ,h A v. 1-u-...W---..... , - fo-3 . . lm , 1 1 V l M I3 'T -.6 vi, ibj 4' . 2 'CQ W 2 v ik-f:E5r::'Lif5?. xi- .n + .mi ff , i ' 'Qii1ifi5i:if.Q 41,45 -. c or s X? zz 5 . 0 ' i'. , 4- FNB." mfr-A .u LH-ei Senior cheerleader, Annette Halpern, marched before the Tucson High band in the Veteran's Day Parade in which they won top honors. Mr. Phil Buehman, Tucson High physics teacher, gave a brief resume of his program for the year to Robin Matheson and her father, Mr. Matheson, to Mr. and Mrs. McCoy, and to Mrs. R. A. Garrett. 1 , Jay Thomas received the Most Valuable Football Player Award for 1959 from Principal Andy Tolson as his proud parents, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas, look on. P' One of the colorful scenes from Opera Lab's production of Okl Kathy Bull, Nelda E Cox show the strain late hours and anxi and final production. ue Living Students Eddie Armstrong, Martha Mettler, Carrie lson, and Mario Montano gave us a preview of the Foreign is Buffet held for the faculty on November 19, by the Home ug Classes. ahoma. w l ngelby, and Ronnie l of long rehearsals, ety, plus homework Perhaps you were among those who participated in flhe Snake Dance here being led by the Junior Varsity cheerleaders. ll I , ,.'L,-'f1',g5'P:l"W wwf. r +1 1 - f 236 fa' "Don'l look now but my foof's caught in your garter!" M3 ff ,, 1 v' i i Q0 ,FN 1 K wifi'- + 1 Mx ll I ' lf - Q' .z 'fl' I S Qi W A , x' lt' fa o .X ff f 1 X 1 I :p x ul I X ' ,' s H ' od Q ' W ,M ff -' N ' X , .F X 5 5. QNKVMQ KZ is 5 7 . .F gli, Umjb b f, .N 2 f Q h 7 J of ' L: xx? ' XA -' ' . ." - 4 ,Q wh Q mu X L4 '7- -A I 2' U l. iw A ff 9 r Freshmen Bobby Welch and Veronica Acosfa were presenfed with the besi red-and-whife ouifil award by Bef: Dunipace, chairman of Freshmen Orientation. S., "And then the traveling salesma said . . ." laugh Priscella Van: and John Barker. Q 1 .9 1 , Q Q' o . it fauf, . 5 I , , o uf ' ! B 5. -Ab '. . .Q .P ' W 4 PX," 5' 'L' ,A 'hz Q2 Tis K, I , J, .4 .Q ,t nk, g ,xr I 7,1 2 as K 431 ' at . , L 3:0 ' " .J 5 " "gf",- I E' , Ld, , my hr L' . " O Q' in ' '95 ,hh .L Y or . .-ff-,fy .s, 2 MIR' 'V ' f u pf: ,xl ,W ,hr I MQ.: ,sy I 4 L A 3, A . .rf EJ.. Q1 - 4' K il Q. gy... ,. fl' "' J 4 y 2 , . K ln' ' A .2 ff- 'gf ' 6 ' - A' I., . . QI ' . ," ',-4-" fl in , o ,V " V " ,Y p' 13' y .1 ii' W .QA 'An I ,U 4 lf' s- 3 'l 'U " H 'Q 0' sl ' ,xg .. , M H ,nf 4 ' f 'Q ba? 'uf ,JM xr 4, 0-' 'Q fl r A,,,,, . Q Y. Y 'F ' ' Q , bs ' ik' 42 if 51 'r I 14? 1, f -- Q 1' Lf' fx Y ,-, 5 ai ' vi' 0-,Q , avnd. , Qf. . r yr' fl J ,K 5 . 1 1 05 n Q JW5 'H 1 35x -in fi .I nr- gn xx s QL K JU., g wx , 5, P' Nu M' S 'o 3,3 . A ..a,,, Let me help you with your hoop, Sweetie!" "We dreamed we song in the Tucsonion assembly in our ' , Joe McGuire discovers he forgot his watch at the Tucsonian assembly, held on De- cember 4. KN J 1 is. gn, A , fl Q "'. 4 .wg if - I., pn ,N 'Mia we Like, these cats held an assembly, mon. like, February 5. A swingin' baskefbull pep assembly. -74 Real copuselic. W e ,' , Aww. 'Q Tucsoniun Queen, Linda Aguirre, was crowned uf the mixer after Qhe Tucson-Catalina basketball game on February 5. Her escorr, Dick Romero, looks on. 2 Bob Gaona, Colette Dauphinais, Sandra Dawson, and Oscar Holmes fake a mo- ment out from the fesfivifies to gather around the punch bowl. cuiar prom m v, . ' .M lg, J Lf Under the direction of its advisor T. D. cKDi1l1llf',, Romero, the Senior class presented its znnnml prom on December 12. Silver bells and Cl1l'lStl'D1lS trees, polar bears and tones of blue crepe paper trans- formed the cafeteria into il "North- ern Paradisef, 7 The grand finale found linda South and Johnny Lyons in a snow of confetti ". . . and they danced." Cleft to right: Bob Williams, Nancy Perlman, Mike Posner, Cynthia Lee, Paulette Halpern, Sylvia Avenente, and Judy Jones.l ,ffllmkg it l an 49- g.7 - it ..,...,.., , I Wifi at fx K ' v i s is , . . vi, , ,V M. i K 5 . lovely Tucsonian Queen finalists posed by the University of Arizona fountain. Seated on the bench are Paulette Halpern, left, and Linda Aguirre right Seated on the ledge are, left to right, Judy Martin, Jean Anderson, Diane Dennis, Maureen McKeever, Annette Halpern, Mary Sayre, Charlotte Qulltuls and Sandi Sponheimer. '45,-rn. we Y N3 953 Rf e Terpsichorus presented their annual review on March 4, en- led "Silhouettes" Shown here are, left to right, Betty Howard, Ida Garabed, Toni Miller, Dottie Wielang, Pam Bell, and Suzi nkade in a scene from "The Pied Piper of Hamlin." uhh.. if I ,, "Nl 'k - mm 2 Res. ,f,,, --- Big,-f.,.Y., n I 4 I , -'Mfg-fr:f1+f,3'e4sxa2Mr+' " ' "Zan ' ". Nx Tucson High's Rodeo Queen, Mary Sayre, and her attendants, left to right, Sandi Spon- heimer, Dina Diaz, Charlene Moore, and Onofre Norton as they appeared in Tuzson's Rodeo Parade. n Q- I ..... ii ,How many boys does it take to "split a rail," anyway? 243 v. N 'on at the cluh's annual dance, new rev......, w e Bob Jacob, .lol d her attendants were introduced during intermissi r 'unior, and Annette Halpern, senior. Their escorts wer The l.ettermen's Queen, Diane Dennis, lcenterl, an tendants were, left to right, Sandi Faccio, freshman, Patti Lewis, sophomore, Reva LaVette , 5 ' l Manning, and Tom Kay. Minor, Dennis Cause, Nea "Th t' a s what You get for forgetting your linesyf, says Hi- 2-14 Cats' Director, Wayne Webb to singer Put D If ' e s. xx Kathie Diamos and Sharon Larson left the bench to the boys as they donned their levis for Rodeo Week. Meanwhile, Barry Newcomb, Paul Ostroy, and Jerry Swain listened to the guitar playing of Buddy Wood. pera Lab's spring presentation was "Li'l Abner," on April 23, 24, and 25. Pictured below are Bill Sisson, Bob Erdely, Marilyn Wesson, Ronnie Cox, Lynette iersdorf, Paul Hoefer, Kathy Bull, Alberto Moore, and Tony Laos. My L .ri K -Q. .li 1 V, e saplzamorc px- .-, .,,..r S 4. , II .I .. af A . 5 --5 Eddie Caballero, Sophomore class President, hands Tucsonian editor Fred Baker a check for :ash received as profit from the Sophomore Talent Show. W is l 0, 'lgplm 1 . - . 1 tx 1 f' A W- l. I , . , . Cue , x , I! t -- .4 X f it 4 osx neil Q ' 'll -ul-I l ' .ir f f',tfRv-?5E::l5i -X we r 2:111- 4. X. 1 . l X . V i ' I I Ny... 246 talent slwuf On December fourth the sophomore class held a benefit talent show with the Tucsonian receiving the rofits. Eddie Caballero acted as chairman and Master ol? Ceremonies. Working with him was a judging Committee for tryouts con- sisting of jerry Anderson, Barbara Camacho, Betz Dunipace, Jackie Ross, and Sandie Denny. Two of the outstanding features of the show were a modern dance by Barbara Camacho and Liz Krueger, and songs by the Royalettes, Tina Toombs, Bertha Price, Irene Shaw, jerry Howard, and lean Morris. The profits made by the Sophomores amounted to almost 8100. Barbara Camacho and Liz Krueger were among the sophomores who performed in the Talent Show. x,K1.w If J' - 4' . Q 5 x- ' fl E Q l xr- - ' kg s xx K s X- , ,K- Q mv! Q" Ni, ff'-QQ, Mx'. ' Q "R, x X X ' ., .K :Ayr X X Lf r ., E ., Q ., Nagy- -f N N- . 3 fs 'tsl Q Q f , H-AAT? T Q x . - -34-',.,::f . I sa, 'W Yi 'X A YI r' fr' Q XXI N U x sIY? Q- X. x "H :. g K I - gi in 3 Q' S. ,N f 1. 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Other candidates were, left to right, Mike Green, freshman, .lee leon, sophomore, and Frank S h ' ' unc ez, lumor. ? La' 5 lj ,dd ,fn Myrna Steinburg and Jan D k y eman prepared to put their brands activities be on Chip Dick and Roger Goebel as the gon. Twirp Week 1 1 mes A M Xi' -4 ...it A group of iuniors got together and looked over the previous years' decorations before starting to work on their Junior Prom, held April 2. Step, slide. Step, slide," chanted seniors Jim Miller, Vicky Cutchall, Jack Dunn, Nancy Khula, inn Edwards, Dove Dalton, Martha Mettler, John Frerichs, Martha Hayes, and Emil Nastri, as 'tey began practice for the 1960 Senior Follies. s-...gp-v-..-ev---..---tv.. ie-S---Iif a In Spring a young man's fancy turns to thoughts of . . . bass fiddles?? M!!!-L . . f-m3f'tf:1"tlvn- 1 3 5 x "Gee, I didn'1 know the y gave 7's!I" gaspod Carlion Savory, as he racoivod his final axam. "I dan'9 care how sick you are," exclaimed Nurse's aid, Yulie Zepedo, to Chuckie L this school!" aVeHsr, "nobody checks out of I 'V M ,,,g.r - ,W ,,,,,,.r:f- -f ,J graduation F A5525 Q ffg-4? Wi? U ST? 3 QQ gm no Nu! V 1 I. 555 QF 2? 1 1 advertising , , We' smmr :mia 4351, Ora Demonsfrufes The "Shop Smi0I1" For Ed Villa And AI I. I5 9' Congrafulafions To The Class of '60 ' MARDIS STUDIO 'N RoNSTADT'S 922 E. Speedway 70 N. 6th Avenue e 3 076 PZZOU Zhi:-mvwvcz sl T7 Qing' 1 Musselman Cycle 8. Marine Co BSA, LAMBRETTA SCOOTERS 'BSA, INDIAN MOTOR CYCLES BIESMEYER BOATS 2302 N. Stone vEAR'l G , .,.. 1. ,, ,Q,A , , NG e :'f2E1Er: "1l 'r1"-E: o .--' " W i -:1- 6 40 s a 0 4--' g 5'm' :? ite? x," 1 ..-- lf-3 .- -,,...4. N , .As a lk. . .v.., 0 C z g fflfi' wif V ..:,1 e 'V in 6 sa ..,. 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DR,clf..fR S PATROBHZE Your Yeorloook Advertisers Trophies 0 C l M d l School65'0rg I l Engrav A d A TUI.l,ER'S, TROPHY D 'g GM f coMPANY fF T ph Abbott, Peggy: Junior Flag Bearer 3. Almada, Eddie: lntra-Mural Rifle, Football, Softball, "3O" Club 1, Lucky Strike bowling 1, Homeroom Representatives 4. Ahrens, Bill: Quarterly Production Staff l, 3, 4, Ben Franklin Printing Club 1, 3,4. Alcaraz, Gerardo: None. Amedo, Oscar: lntra-Mural Football, Soft- ball, Football Squad 2. Amparano, Vicente: lntra-Mural Football 2, Football Squad 1, JV Football 3, Varsity Football 4, Wrestling 1, 3. Anderson, Jean: Song Leader 4, National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Junior Cabinet 3. Anderson, Tonie Jo: Balladeers 3, Future Nurses Club 1-4. Andrew, Mary Suzanne: Honor Service Society 1, Future Nurses Club 1, Badger Bowlers 2, Pen Pal Club 3, Bi-Chem- Phi 4. Apalategui, Charlotte: El Cervantes Club 3, 4, Girls' League 4: Future Nurses Club itreasurer 3, Publicity Chrmn. 4l, Applegate, la Jean: Transferred. Aguirre, linda: GAA 1-3, Band 4, Orches- tra 1-4 iLibrarianl, Lyre's Club lSecre- taryl, Twirlers 3, Junior Red Cross 1-3, Junior Flag Bearer 3, El Cervantes Club 3, 4, Girls' League 3, 4. Arenas, Evelyn: Honor Service Society 3, 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, El Cervantes 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4: Girls' League 4. Arenente, Sylvia: Honor Service Society 1-4, Girls' League 1-4, Future Nurses 1. Arm, Evelyn: Song Leader 4, Honor Serv- ice Society 1-4, Girls' League 1-3, Dance Committee 3, Junior uard 3, Monitor 2, 4, Homeroom Representatives 2-4. Armstrong, Pat: Terpsichoros 3, 4, Honor Service Society 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, Homeroom Rep- resentatives 1, 2, Opera Lab 3. Ash, Marilyn: Future Homemakers of America 1, Monitor 4. Atkinson, Ramon: Gymnastics ivarsityi 4, Gym Club 1, Band 3, Orchestra 1, Swing Band 2, Lyre's Club 1. Autrey, Frances: Badger Bowlers 2. Alvarez, Aurora: Future Nurses 2. Bachmann, David: Band 2-4, Lyre's Club 4. Bader, Wayne: Band 2-4, Lyre's Club 4, Jr. Red Cross 4. M' k N Baez, ic ey: one. l Baker, Fred S.: Tennis 2, 3, Chronicle Writing Staff 2, 3, Band 1-4 iDrum Maier, Editor-in-Chief of Tucsonian, Lyre's Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Bo s' Social Hour 3, Model Rail- road Club 1 2 lPresidentl. l Barnhill, Ka : National Honor Service So- ciety 4, Senior Class Council 4, Dance Committee 4, Junior Guard 3, Girls League 1-4 lProgram Committeel, Tuc- Hi 1-4, Tri-Hi-Y 4: Ski Club 1-4. Barraza, Martin Jr.: Track Squad l, Chronicle Photographer 4, Band 1-3, Camera Club 4, adger Camera Clickers 4. Barker, John G.: Chronicle Staff Editor 4, Editorial Board 3, Quarterly 3, 4, Pin- nacle 3, 4, Junior Guard 3. Borboa, Mary: None. Barnes, Bill: lntra-Mural Speedball, Boyxs' Social Hour Committee 4, Bi-Chem-P y 4. Baron, Tom: Baseball Squad 1-3 UVJ, Honor Service Society 3, 4: HOFDGYOOYY1 Representatives 2. Barr, Caroline: Quarterly Linotype Staff, Quarterly Art Staff 3, 4: GIYIS' l-NSU? 1-4, Art Honor Society 1-4 iVice-Presi- dentl, Latin Forum 1, 2, TefPS'Ch0ft-'5 3, 4, Opera Lab 4, Chronicle Staff 3: Safety Council. Barta, Robert: Junior Guard 3: R0Cl4l10UndS 2. Bartch, Jeannie: Junior Guard 3. Batista, Ron: lntra-Mural Rifle 2, Chron- icle Sports Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 2-4, Jr. Red Cross 1, Senior Cabinet 4, French Club l-4, Library Club 2, 3, Bi-Chem-Phy 1, 3: Bowling Club 1. Barthels, Dan: Football Squad 4, Letter- man's Club 3, 4, Swimming Squad 1-3, Hi-Y 3, 4. Beach, larry: Track Squad UVJ 1: Letter- man's Club 3, 4, Swimming Team-2. 3, 4 Kvarsitylf Synchronized Swimming 2, Monitor 2, Homeroom Representatives 4, Auto Explorers 3, 4. Beal, David: Model Railroad Club 1, Bi- Chem-Phy 4, Badger Bowlers 4. Blankenship, Betty: Transferred. Beltran, Gloria: None. Bobbitt, Benedean: Balladeers 2-4, Jr. Red Cross 2- Future Teachers 4, Future Homemakers 4. scrrirr register Benson, Phillip: Transferred. Bermudez, Cecilia: Junior Flag Bearer 3, Senior Class Councilman 4. Bermudez, Celia: G.A.A. 4, Girls' League 4. Bernal, Mary Lou: Chronicle Ad Staff 2, Quarterly Circulation 1, 2, Junior Red Cross 1, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Senior Class Councilman 4, Speech Club 3, Homeroom Representatives 2. Berry, Jim: Band 2-4, Lyre's Club 4. Berry, Joe: Wrestling 2, 3, 4 ivarsityl, lntra-Mural Softball 3, Junior Red Cross 4. Biggam, Carolyn: Song Leader 4, Chron- icle Ad Sta f 1, 2, Terpsichorus 2, 3, Girls' League 1, 2, 3 ivice-presidentl, 4 lPresidentl, Freshman-Sophomore Sec- retary, Senior Council 4, Junior Cabinet 3, Junior Guard 4, Student Social Life Committee. Bohardt, Pete: Basketball Squad 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4 lvice-presidentl, Orchestra 4, Swing Band 2, 3, 4 istudent directorl, Boys' Social Hour 4, Hi-Y 3, 4 lvice- presidentl, Lyre's Club 4. Borquez, Carmen Pasoz: G.A.A. 1, Jr. Red Cross 2, Dance Committee 4, Pen Pal Club 4, El Cervantes Club 4, Monitor 4. Boser, Judy: Transferred. Boyd, Grace: Transferred. Bracamonto, Ramon: Transferred. Brady, Pauline: Tucsonian Ad Sales Staff 4, Junior Red Cross 4: Girls' League 2-4, Dance Committee 3, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Future Teachers 1, 2, Future Nurses 1. I I Brainard, Susan: Tennis 3, 4, Chronicle Ad Staff 3, 4, Quarterly Writing Staff, Junior Flag Bearer 3: Chess Club 2, Latin Forum 3, Monitor 4. Branstetter, Anna: Bowling Club 3, Tuc-Hi 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. Brenton, Virginia: Future Homemakers 1-3, Tuc-Hi 3, Girls' League 3. Bravo, Bill: Gym Team 1-4 fvarsityl: Quar- terly Production Staff 2-4, National Art Honor Society 1-4, Junior Red Cross 2, Bad er Bowlers 2, Gym Club 3 ipresi- dong, Homeroom Representatives 1-4. Brean, George: None. Brooks, Janice: Junior Guard 3, Latin Forum 2. Brooks, John: Track Squad 1 UV, - 2-4 ivarsityi: Letterman's Club 1-4, Cross Country ivarsityl 1-4, Boys' State 3, Boys' Social Hour 4, Monitor 4. Brown, Jacob: lntra-Mural Bowling 1, Balladeers 1-4, Opera Lab 2-4, En- semble 3, 4, Plays: "Show Boat," "Finian's Rainbow," "Desert Song." Brown, Helen: None. Browning, Joyce: None. Bruno, Leonard: Football Squad 1, Gym Team 3, Jr. Red Cross 1-4, Bi-Chem- Phy 4. , Bryfogle, Don: Chess Team 2, 3, Junior Guard 3, Stamp Club 1-3, German Club 2. Buckner, Eldon: Rifle Team ivarsityi 1-4, Sports Editor of Tucsonian, Quarterlfy Writing Staff 3, 4, Subscription Staf, Bi-Chem-Phy 4, Badger Bowlers 4, Rifle Club 1-4. Bustamonte, Esther: Cheer Leader 1-3, Song Leader 4, Chronicle Circulation Staff, Honor Service Society 1, 2, 3 iexecutive committeel, 4, Girls' League 1-4, Social Hour Committee 2, 3, Dance Committee 3, Cabinet 3, 4, El Cervantes Club 2-4, Traditions Commit- tee, Justice 1-4. Cachora, Hilda M.: Future Nurses 1, 4. Cain, Vicki: Transferred. Caiero, Paul: Basketball Squad 2 UVJ, National Art Honor Society 2, National Thespian Society 3, Plays: "Cactus Wild- cat," "Two for the Show." Cardon, Joanne: Honor Service Society 2-4, Girls' League 1-4, Junior Guard 3, French Club 1, 2, 4, Monitor 4. Carley, Alfred: Track Squad 1, 2, National Honor Service Society 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross 1-4, Rockhound 1, 2, Astronomy Club 1, 2, Radio Club 1-4, Homeroom Representative 1-4, German Club 1. Carr, Shannon: Tucsonian Ad Sales Staff 4, Balladeers 3, 4, Homeroom Repre- sentatives 2, 3, Girls' League 3, 4: Tu:-H: 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. H Carrlllo, Alex: Band 1-4, Tiluana Tech 3, 4, Lgre's Club 4. Carrillo, arlos: Track Squad, Cervantes Club 2-4. Catsor, Lorna: Tucsonian Ad Sales Staff 4, Quarterly Circulation Staff 4, Terpsichorus 4, Girls' Leacgue 3, 4, Dance Committee 4, Senior lass Coun- cilman 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3. Catalano, Frank: Band 1-4, Play: "Show- boat." Campas, Mary Helen: None. Cervantes Doug: lntra-Mural Football, Softball 3, Honor Service Society 4, Dance Committee 4, Monitor 3, 4. Charles, Jerry: Quarterly Typing Staff 2, 3, 4, Ben Franklin Printing Club 2-4, Rifle Club 4. Childress, Judy: Girls' League 1-4 ichrm. of Publicity Committeel, Assistant Court Recorder, Cabinet member 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Homeroom Representative 4, Badger Committee 3, Monitor 3, Ski Club 4. Chilikas, Vicki: Quarterly Circulation Staff 1, Play: "The Stolen Prince," Girls' League I ifriendship committeel, 2 lprogram committeel, 3 ipublicity com- mitteel, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Tuc-Hi 2-4, Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4. Cisneros, Bernice: El Cervantes Club 4. Clark, John E.: Basketball Squad 1-4 lvarsityli Track Squad 1-4 ivarsityl, lntra-Mural Football 2, Quarterly Circ- ulation Staff 1,4, Social Life Commit- tee 4, Boys' Social Hour 4 iPresidentJ, Cabinet Member 4, Junior Guard 3, Homeroom Representative 1. Clark, Natalie: Terpsichorus 4, National Art Honor Society 4, Jr. Red Cross 3: Girls' League 3, 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Senior Class Council- man 4. Clauberg, Patricia: None. Coffaro, Steve: Gymnastics 2, Plays: "Oklahoma." Cote, Tony: None. Chambers, Jane: Riding Club 2, Chronicle Ad Staff 2, 3, Tucsonian Classes Editor 4, Honor Service Society 1-4, Girls' League 1-4, Secretary 3, Cabinet mem- ber 4, Dance Committee 3, Junior Guard 3, Senior Justice 4: Future Teachers 2, 3 isecretaryl, 4, French Club 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 2-4, Cervantes Club 2: Homeroom Representative 1. Chaachoff, Alicia: Junior Red Cross 4: Girls' League 2-4. Cohen, Jim: Football Squad 1, 2, Track Squad 1-4, Letterman's Club 3, 4 ipresi- dentl, National Art Honor Society 2-4, Senior Cabinet 4, Junior Guard 3. Cole, Roger: Football 1, 2 iJVl. Collins, Darrell: Tucsonian Photographers 1, Badger Camera Clickers 1, Bi-Chem- Phy 1-4. Coons, Eileen: Youth Employment Proiect 3, Girls' League 2. Cooper, Antha: Junior Flag Bearer 3: Future Homemakers 2, 3, Monitor 4. Cordova, Aida: None. Cordova, Armando: Football Squad 2, 3 iJVl, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 4, lntra-Mural Baseball 2, Band 1-4, Lyre's Club 4. Cortez, Dennis: Transferred. Cota-Robles, Gilbert: None. Couse, Dennis: Football Squad 1-4, Basket- ball Squad 1, 2, Baseball Squad 4, Track Squad 1-3, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Boys' Social Hour 3, Monitor 3, 4. Cox, Dennis: National Thespian Society 4, "Call it a Day," Speech Club 4, La Petite Gourmet 4. Cox, Ronald: Ensemble 3, Adv. Choir 2-4, Opera Lab 3, 4, Plays: "Show- boat," "Oklahoma." Criss, Carole: Balladeers, 2-4, Future Home- makers 4, Future Teachers 4, Interna- tional Club 3. Chapman, Ronald: None. Christner, Gary: Junior Guard 3. Curtis, Reece: Track Squad, Rifle Club 1, 2, Quarterly Circulation, Junior Red Cross, "30" Club 1. Cutchall, Vicky: Quarterly Circulation 2, Tertsichorus 2, Opera Lab 3, 4, Plays: "O lahoma," Girls' League 2-4, Gym- nastics 3. Dalton, Dave: Football Squad 3, Track Squad 4, lntra-Mural swimming 1, Junior Cabinet 3, Monitor 4. Davies, Carol: G.A.A. 1, Quarterly Typing Staff 3, 4 leditori, Twirlers 3, 4, Honor Service Society 1-4 ipresidentl, Girls' League 1-4 lcouncill, Senior Class Coun- cil 4, Dance Committee 3, Junior Guard 3, Future Teachers 1-4 ltreasurerl, Girls' Social Hour 3, 4. Davis, Sherman: None. Dayhuff, Bob: Bi-Chem-Phy 4, Band 1-4, Rifle Club 2. Dedmon, Robert: Transferred. De La Garza, Rudy: Football 3 UVJ, 4 ivarsityl: Letterman's Club 3, 4, Gym- nastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Social Hour 4, Junior Guard 3, Homeroom Representa- tive 3, 4. Delbridge, Donna: Transferred. Delfs, Patricia: Balladeers 2-4, Girls' Trio 2, 3, Double Mixed Quartet 3, 4, Swing Band 4 ivocall, Opera Lab, Plays: "Showboat," "Oklahoma," "Flader Mouse," Honor Service Society 1-4, Jr. Red Cross 2, 4, Cabinet member 3, Dance Committee 3, Homeroom Repre- sentatives 2. Dekanek Jean: Balladeers 3. anna, bam slmimh: G. s. L. 1, cha.- Leader 2, 3, Song Leader 4, Tucsonian Ad Staff 2, National Art Honor Society 1-4, Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4 ivice-presi- dent 4, Council 3, 42, Cabinet Member 3, 4, Dance Committee 3, Junior Guard 3, Girls' League 1-4 lSociaI Hour 41, Junior Class Councilman, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, Gymnastic Club 3, Synchronized Swimming 1. Deutsch, Paul, Baseball Squad 1, Chroni- cle Editorial Board 2, "30" Club 1, 2. Deveney, Peter: Transferred. Diaz, Dina Anne: Song Leader 4, Girls' League 3, 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Junior Flag Bearer, Monitor 3. Dobson, George: None. Dominguez, Eddie: None. Don, Manuel: Baseball Squad 1, 2 CJVJ, lntra-Mural Wrestling, Band 2, 3, 4, Lyre's Club 4, National Honor Society 4: Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Sophomore President, Senior Cabinet 4: Senior President 4, Boys' State 3, Pinnacle 4, Speech Club 3, 4. Douglas, Jim: Basketball Squad 1-4, Let- terman's Club 4. Douglass, lloyd: Track Squad 2, 3, 4, Football Squad 1, 2, 3, Letterman's Club 4, lntra-Mural Wrestling 4, Na- tional Art Honor Society 2 3, 4, Boys' Social Hour 4, Anytown Ll.S.A. 3. Downer, Randy: Dance Committee 3, Homeroom Representatives I, 2, 3 iexecutive Board 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Monitor 4, Bi-Chem-Phy 4, Boys' Social Hour 3. Dumas, Dave: Transferred. Dumonteil, Michele: Girls' League 4: Sen- ior Council 4, Dance Committoe 4, "Les Petite Gourmets" 4, German Club 4. Dunlap, Patti: Cheer Leader 1, 3, Girls' League 1-4, Freshman Council 1, Dance Committee 3, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Freshman Class Councilman, Homeroom Representatives 2, 3, 4. Dunn, Jack: Rifle Club 3 lJVl, Jr. Red Cross 2, Junior Achievement 3, Home- room Refsresentative 2 3, 4. Durazo, Yo anda: Chronicle Editorial Board 3, Chronicle Circulation 4, Chronicle Distribution Editor 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, El Cervantes Club 3, 4. Dutiel, Carol: G.A.A. 1, 2, G. S. l.. 2, Girls' Badminton Team 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3 ilibrarianl, Girls' Sport Days 2. Edmonds, Caroline: Honor Service Society 3, 4, Dance Committee 3, Junior Guard 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4 iService Com- mitteel, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Monitor 4, Latin Club 2. Edwards, Ann: Asst. Student Life Editor 3, Student Life Editor 4, Quarterly Subscription salesman 2, 3, Honor Serv- ice Society 3, 4, Pinnacle 4, National Honor Society 4, Tuc-Hi 2 3, 4, Tri- Hi-Y 4, Monitor 4, Junior Guard 3. Edwards, Barbara: Transferred. Ellermann, larry: Swimming 1-4, Letter- man's Club 3, 4, National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Boys' Social Hour 4, Hi-Y 4, Rockhounds 1. Elmquist, Marileez Future Homemaker: 1, Monitor 4. Engelby, Nelda: Badger Balladeers 4, erpsichorus 3, 4 iHistorianl, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Plays: "Young 8. Fair," "Cactus Wildcat," "Love of One's Neighbor" "Oklahoma," "Flnal Dress Rehearsal," Girls' League 1, Junior Guard 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Tuc-Hi 4. Epsler, Pat: Future Nurses 3, 4. Er ely, Bob: Ensemble 3, Adv. Choir 2, 3, 4, Opera Lab 3, 4, Mixed Choir 1, Plays: "Oklahoma," 'Showboat." Estrella, Lucille: Tucsonian Ad Staff 4, Quarterly Subscription Staff 3, 4, Plays: "Stolen Prince," "How to Propose," Honor Service Society 1-4, Girls' League 4, Senior Class Council 4, Junior Fag Bearer 3, znchronized Swimming 2, 3, Tuc-Hi 4, ymnastics Club 3. Esquinel, Tony: Baseball Squad 2. Facio, Bill: Football Squad 3, 4 Narsityl, Track Squad 3 lJVl, lntra-Mural Foot- ball, Baseball, Woodcrefter'a 1. Falkow, Rick: Rifle Club 1, 2, lntra- Mural Football, Baseball 1, Tucsonian Asst. Photography Editor 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, Monitor 2, 3, Badger Camera Clickers 4, Chess Club 1, , Bi-Chem- Phy 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Badger Bowling Club 1-4. Farabee, Charles: Wrestling 1, Gymnastics 3, Swimming 4, Junior Guard 3, Bl- Chem-Phl 2 3. Forcier, Ric : Transferred. Fenger, Robert: Transferred. Fergus, James D.: Rifle Club 2, lntra- Mural Rifle 3, Tucsonian Ad Staff 4, Honor Service Society 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, FencingwClub 1, Model Rall- road Club 1, 2, " " Club 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Bl-Chem-Phy 3. Ferguson, Jan: Badger Balladeers 2, 3, 4, Double Mixed Quartet 4, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, Girls' League I-4, Senior Class Council 4, Dance Committee 4, Home- room Representatives 3, Latin Club 2. Fink, Evey: Tucsonian Ad Sales Editor, Tucsonian Ad Layout Editor, National Art Honor Society 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, Girls' League I-4 iFriendship Com- mitteel, Senior Council 4, Junior Cab- inet 3, Dance Committee 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Future Teachers I, 2, Tuc-Hi 4, Homeroom Representatives 3, 4 iEx- ecutive Boardl, Quarterly Subscription Staff 2, S nchronized Swimming I. Fink, Kenneth: Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, Swimming Squad I-4, National Art Honor Society I-4, Junior Guard 3, Bi-Chem-Phy 4. Fischer, Paula: Terpsichorus 4, Play: "Ok- lahoma", Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4 iexecutive committeel, Girls' League I- 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, Dance Committee 3, Monitor 4, Homeroom Representatives I, Junior Guard 3. Fleming, Pat: None. Flores, Melva: None. Fogle, Julie: None. Frans, Dick: Football Squad 2, 3, Basket- ball Squad I. Frezee, Paul: lntra-Mural Football 2, Quar- terly Photographer 4, Proiectionist Club I. Free, Maurice: Wrestling 3 IJVJ, Gymnas- tics, Jr. Red Cross 3, Junior Guard 3, Radio Club I, 2, iPresidentl, 3 lPresi- dentj, Gymnastics Club 3 lVice-Presi- dentj, Latin Forum I, 2, Bi-Chem-Phy 3 4. Frick, Robert Franklin: Wrestling I, Quar- terly Make-up Editor 3, 4, Quarterly Production Staff 3, 4, Quarterly Lino- type Staff 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross I, Mon- itor I, Ben Franklin 3, 4, Badger Bar I-4, Tucson Bible Club 3, 4. Frerichs, John: Track Squad 3, 4 ivarsityl, Letterman's Club 4, Quarterly Subscrip- tion Salesman, Jr. Red Cross 4, Boys' Social Hour 4, Dance Committee 4, Homeroom Representatives 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. Frohlich Fred: Wrestling I, 4, Band I, Maaal izaairaaa Club 1. Fuentes, Hector: Football Squad I-4 ivar- sityi, Wrestling I-4 ivarsityl, lntra- Mural Football I, 2. Gallardo, Arnold: Band I-4, Lyre's Club 4. Gallego, Florencio: None. Galarza, Gloria: G.A.A. I-4, Jr. Red Cross 2, Girls' League 4. Gallardo, Rene E.: None. Gilford, Willie: Track Squad I, 2, Wrest- ling 3, lntra-Mural Flag Football 2, Homeroom Representatives I, National Thespian Society I. Gilmartin Shirley: Transferred. Garrett, Richie: Tennis 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Monitor 3, 4, Homeroom Representative 2, Bi-Phy-Chem 4. Garrett, Gary: Varsity Rifle I, National Honor Society 3, 4, Pinnacle 4, Cabinet member 4, Dance Committee 3, Junior Guard 3, Boys' Social Hour 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Monitor 3, 4, Safety Council 4, Bi- Chem-Phy 4. Garrett, Roger: Basketball Squad l, Golf I-4, Letterman's Club 2-4, Boys' Social Hour 4, Senior Council 4, Junior Guard 3, Monitor 3, Bi-Chem-Phy 4. Gauna, Bob: Football Squad I-4, Basket- ball Squad I, Baseball Squad I-4, Golf 2, Rifle Club I, Stage Craft I, 2, Junior Red Cross, "30" Club 2, 3, Lyre's Club. Gee, Bobby: Chronicle Writing Staff 2, Quarterly Writing Staff 4, Plays: "Showboat" 2, National Honor Society 3, 4 iPresidentl, Boys' Social Hour 4, Cabinet Member 3, 4, Dance Commit- tee I, 2, 3, Justice I-3, Chief Justice 4, Travel Club I, El Cervantes Club 2, Bi-Chem-Phy 2, 3, Science Fiction Club 2, Die Gesundheiters 3, 4, Arizona Boys' State 3, Anytown Arizona 3, Bad- ger Committee, Tiiuaria Tech 4. Gee, Franklin: Track Squad I-3, Letter- man's Club 4, Band 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Junior L Senior President, Senior Council 4, Cabinet Member 3, 4, Lyre's Club 4, Boys' Social Hour 4, Boys' State 3, Class Councilman I, 2. Geisel, Thomas: None. Gladden, Fred: Rifle Team, Varsity I-4, Cabinet Member 3, Junior Guard 3, German Club 2. K Gladden, Ted: Rifle Team 2, 3, Rifle Club I-3, Monitor 4, Auto Explorers Club 4. Goebel, George: Homeroom Representa- tive 3, 4. Gonzeles, Gloria: Junior Red Cross 3, gunior Flag Bearer 3, El Cervantes Club Gradilles, Olga: None. Graham, Gloria Jean: Band I-4, Wind Ensemble 3, Lyres Club 4. Gommel, Carroll Jane: G.A.A. I, Song Leader 4, Tucsonian Activities Editor 4, Chronicle Advertising Staff 3, Younger View Staff 4, National Art Honor So- ciety 2-4, Quarterly Sales Staff 2, Quarterly Writing Staff, National Thes- pian Society 3, 4, Plays: "FinaI Dress Rehearsal," "Love of One's Neighbor," "lf Women Worked As Men Do," "Cac- tus Wildcat," "Call lt a Day", Honor Service Society 2-4 iexecutive council 3, 4l, Arizona Girls' State 3, Girls' League I-4, Girls' Social Hour 4, Cab- inet Member 3, 4, Dance Committee 3, Future Teachers I-4 iPresidentl, Arizona Future Teachers 3 iPresidentJ, Tuc-Hi 2-4 iPresidenti. Griialva, Alice C.: Homeroom Representa- tive 4. Guerra, Gloria: Library Club 4. Guerra, Andrea: None. Grimes, Jim: Football Squad 2-4 ivarsityi, Track Squad 2, 3 lvarsityl: Letterman's Club 3, 4 fSecretaryl, Junior Guard 3. Griff, Carolyn: Tennis 3, Junior Flag Bearer 3, panish Club 2, International Club 3. Hoefer, Paul E: Badger Balladeers 2-4, Plays: "Oklahoma", Jr. Red Cross 4. Ha ler, Virginia: Girls' League I, 2. Haa, John Edward: None. Hall, James: None. Halpern, Annette: G.A.A. I, Cheer Leader 2, 3, 4 iass't headl, Tucsonian Curricu- lum Editor 4, Terpsichorus 2-4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Pinnacle 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Council Mem- ber 4, Cabinet Member 4, Dance Com- mittee 3, Homeroom Representatives I- 3 iexecutive council 21, Girls' League I-4 isocial hourl, Monitor 3, French Club 3, 4, El Cervantes Club 2, Fu- ture Teachers 2, Tuc-Hi 4. Halpern, Paulette: G.A.A. I, 2, Song Leader 4 iHeadJ, Chronicle Ad Sales I, National Art Honor Society 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, Cabinet Member 3, 4, Dance Commit- tee 3, Junior Guard 3, Girls' League I-4 isocial hourl, Senior Day Princess 4, Senior Class Councilman, Jr. Class Councilman, El Cervantes Club 2, Fu- ture Teachers I. Halpenny, Jean: Quarterly Writing Staff 4, Honor Service Society 4, Junior Guard 3, Future Nurses Club 2-4, In- ternational Club 2, 3, Les Petits Gour- mets 3, 4, German Club 4, Debate Club 3, 4. Hamp, Margie: National Art Honor So- ciety I-4, Girls' League 3. Hanlon, Michael: Football Squad I, Track Squad 4, Honor Service Society 3, 4, Boys' Social Hour 4, Cabinet Member Harding, Melinda: G.A.A. I, Girls' League I-3, Future Homemakers I. Harrell, Richard: None. Harper, Vicki: Chronicle Advertising Staff 4, National Art Honor Society 2-4, Girls' League I, 2, Junior Guard 3, El Cer- vantes Club 2, 3. Harris, Edgar: Basketball Squad 2 UVJ, 3, 4 iVarsityJ, Boys' Social Hour 4. Harris, Lonnie: Basketball Squad I, Track I, 2 fJVl, 3, 4 lVarsitYl: Chronicle Staff 4, Quarterly Production Staff 4. Hart, Larry: Rifle Team I, 2, 2nd Band 2, 4. Hawk, Chuck: Basketball Squad I. Hayes, John: Football Squad I, Baseball Squad I, Gymnastics 2, "30" Club 3, Homeroom Representative. Hayes, Martha: Council Member 4, Dance Committee 3, Junior Guard 3, Girls' League I-4 lservice chrmnl, El Cervan- tes Club 2, Tuc-Hi 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. Hayhurst, Mike: Football Squad I, 2, 3, 4 ivarsifYli Boys' Social Hour 4, Dance Committee 3, Homeroom Representative Hearn, David R.: Rifle Team I-4 ivarsityl, Wrestling I, National Honor Society 3, 4, Pinnacle 3, 4, Boys' State ialternatel 3, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Bi-Chem-Phy 2, 3, 4 itreasurerl, German Club 4, Moni- tor 3, 4, Model Railroad Club I, 2 lSec- retary, Vice-Presidenti. Heimbuch, Lila: Transferred. Henne, Nancy: None. Hernandez, Joe: Football 2, 3, 4 ivarsityl, Junior Guard 3, Homeroom Representa- tive 4. Herre, Fred: Letterman's Club 3, 4, Swimming Squad 2-4 ivarsityl: Bi- Chem-Phy 4. Herstino, Janet I.: Jr. Flag Bearer 3, Syn- chronized Swimming 3, 4, International Club I, 2, Girls' League 2, Monitor 4. Hespen, Julianne: Tucsonian Advertising Staff 3, Quarterly Circulation 2, 3, Na- tional Thespian Society 3, 4, Plays: "Anti: Spring," "April Frost," "Cac- tus Wildcat," "Call It a Day," "The Young and the Fair", Girls' League I- 4 ipublicity committeel, Sunshine Cli- mate Club 3, 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Dance Committee 2, 3, Monitor 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Tuc-Hi 2-4. Hicks, Robert: None. Higuera, Norma: Tennis 2-4 Narsityl, Arizona Girls' State 3, National Honor Society 3, 4 iSecretaryl: Pinnacle 3, Council Member 4, Girls' League I, El Cervantes Club 2 iSecretaryl, 4. Houton, Jeanette: Transferred. Hill, Jeanette: G.A.A. 3, Tuc-Hi 4, Home- room Representative 3. Hiller, Samuel: Chess Club 3. Holmes, Oscar: Basketball Squad I-4 iVarsitYl: Track Squad 3, 4 Narsityl, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Wrestling 2, Jr. Red Cross 4, Boys' Social Hour 3, 4, Council Member. Houston, Roy: Football Squad I, Bi-Chem- Phy I-4, Science Fiction Club I, As- tronomy Club I. Hubbard, Alex: Golf 3, 4, 2nd Band 2-4, lg're's Club 4. Hu son, Monica: Balladeers 2. Ice, Barbara: Photographer for the Teen Citizen 4, Publications for games, Tuc- Hi 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Bowling Club 3. lvanoff, Ronald: National Art Honor So- ciety 4, lntra-Mural Baseball, Football, Basketball. Ivey, Elizabeth: National Art Honor So- ciety I, Girls' League I, Future Teachers I. Jackson, Gene: Football Squad I iFresh- manl, 2 KJ. V.l, 3, 4 Narsityl, Track Squad I, 2, 3, 4, iVarsiTYli Wrestling 2, 3, iVarsitYJi Letterman's Club I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Lyre's Club 4, Junior Red Cross I, 2,, Boy's Social Hour 4, Dance Committee 4, Monitor 2, 3, 4, Anytown Alumni 3. Jackson, Jerri: Tucsonian Ad Sales Staff 4, Balladeers 4, Terpsichoros 4, Ski Club 3, 4. Jacob, Bob: Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball Squad I, Track Squad 2, 4, Tennis I, Wrestling 3, 4, Rifle Club 2, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Senior Council 4, Monitor 4, Ski Club 3, 4. Jacobs, Tom: None. Jacques, Diane J: None. Jaramillo, Frances: Junior Flag Bearer 3, Cervantes Club 2, 3, 4. Jarmusch, Tom: Transferred. Jaynes, Steven: Transferred. Jenny, Donna: Chronicle Photographer 3, Chronicle Photography Editor 4, Quar- terly Production Staff 3, 4, Quarterly Linotype Staff 3, 4, Badger Camera Clickers 4 iVice-Presidentl, Girls' League 3, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Senior Council 4, Ben Franklin Printing Club 3, 4. Joe, Stephen: Track Squad I, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Boy's Social Hour 4, Radio Club I, 2. Jones, John: None. Jones, Judith: Dance Committee 3, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Future Nurses' Club I, 2, 3, 4. Jolanson, Arleta: G.S.L. I, Balladeers , 4. Johnson, Carrie: None. Johnson, Joyce: G. A. A. I, 2, Bal- ladeers 4, Girls' League 3, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Future Homemakers of America I. Johnston, Thelma Patricia: Transferred. Juarez, Martha: Chronicle Staff 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Cervantes Club 2, 3, 4, gowling Club I, 2, International Club Jurado, Ronnie: Cross Country I, 2, 3 iJ. VJ, Track Squad I, 2 iJ.V.J, 3, 4 iVarsityJ, Boys' Social Hour 4. Kay, Thomas: Football Squad I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Squad I, Baseball Squad I, Track Squad 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, let- terman's Club 3, 4, Monitor 3, 4 lSergeant-at-Armsl. Kaufman, Susan: Songleader 4, Terpsi- choros 2, 3, 4, Senior Council 4, Junior Guard 3, German Club 4, Moni- tor 2, Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4. Kelsey, Noelle: National Thespian So- ciety 3, 4 iSecretaryJ: Plays: Young and Fair, Charm School, How to Pro- pose, Terpsichoros 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Les Petits Gourmets 2, 3. Kemp, Kenneth: None. Kern, Susan: Monitor 4. Kerns, Catherine: Monitor 2, Lucky Strike Bowlers 3. Kerr, Edith Virginia: Chronicle Ad Sales 3, Quarterly Subscription Staff 3, 4, Tucsonian Ad Sales Staff 4, Latin Forum I, 2, i.es Petits Gourmets 4, Homeroom Representative I, 3, Monitor 3 iSecretarYh Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Council 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Terpsichoros 4, Plays: Early Frost, Oklahoma. Klnula, Nancy: Songleader 4, Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Repre- Enrtiire 4, Future Teachers 2, Travel u . Kinkade, Suzi: Quarterl Literary Staff 3, 4 iEditorJ, Quarterly Writing Staff 3, 4, Lucky Strike Bowlers 2, Ski Club 2, Court Recorder 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Junior Guard 3, Dance Committee 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Terpsichoros 2, 3, 4 iPresidentl, Na- tional Thespian Society 3, 4, Plays: The Young and Fair, Cactus Wildcat. Kirell, Jackie: None. Kling, Lorraine: Tucsonian Ad Sales Staff 4, Junior Flag Bearer 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Monitor 4, Badger Bowlers I. Komngsor, Robert I.. Jr.: Swimming Team 2, 3, 4, lntra-Mural Swimming 2, Chess Club I, 2, German Club 3, 4, Bi- Chem-Phy 4, National Honor Society 4, Honor Service Society I, 2, 3, 4. Kramer, Allen: lntra-Mural Football I, Tucsonian Photography Editor 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Badger Camera Clickers 4, Home Room Representatives I. Laos, Tony: Balladeers 4, Plays: Okla- homa, Junior Red Cross 4, Monitor 3, 4. Larriva, Nellie: Chronicle Photo raphy Editor 4, Tucsonian Photograpier 3 lSecretaryl, Badger Camera Clickers 3, iSecretarYl, 4, Homeroom Representa- tive 3. Larson, Sharon: Plays: The Stolen Prince, Honor Service Society I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Junior Guard 3, Home Room Representative 4 lSecretaryl. LaVetter, Charles: Basketball Squad I iJ.V.l, 2, 3, 4 iVarsityl, Letterman's Club 3, 4, lntra-Mural Football 2, Boys' Social Hour 4 iBusiness Managerl, Senior Council 4, Junior Guard 3, Monitor 4, Home Room Representa- tive 4. Lee, Alice: Honor Service Society 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 4, Monitor 3. Lee, Sammy: Football Squad 2 iJ.V.i, Baseball Squad I, Track Squad 2, 3, iJ.V.l, 4 iVarsityJ, Cross Country 3 iJ.V.l, 4, Anytown 3. Lennox, Richard: Quarterly Production Staff 3, 4, Quarterly Linotype Staff 3, Ai Band I, 2, Ben Fran lin Club 3, 4, Tucson Christian Youth I, 2, 4. Lenoir, William J.: Tennis 4, Letterman's Club 4, Chess Club 4. Leon, Alex: Junior Red Cross 3. Leon, George: lntra-Mural Handball 2, lntra-Mural Softball 2, Cabinet 3. Levin, Malcolm: Bi-Chem-Phy 3, Hi-Y 4. Leyva, Federico V.: National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Guard 3, El Cervantes Club 4, Homeroom Repre- sentatives I, Dance Committee 3. Lies, Sharon: National Art Honor So- -ciety 2, 3, G. S. L. 3, Tuc-Hi 3. Llnares, Mary: Honor Service Society 4. Logan, Dorothy: Honor Service Societ 4, Junior Red Cross 3 iChairmanl, Archery 3, Synchronized Swimming 2. Long, Lawrence: Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, lntra- Mural Rifle 3, Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Die Gesundheiters 2. Lopez, Edna: lntra-Mural Basketball 2, Junior Flag Bearer 3. Lopez, George. Lopez, Gilbert: Chronicle Advertising Staff 4, Quarterly Art Staff, National Art Honor Society I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Red.Cross 4, Boys' Social Hour Nice- Presidentl 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Junior Guard 3, Council 4, El Cervantes Club lPresidentJ, 2, 3, 4. Lopez, Lillian: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, lntra- Mural Hockey 3, lntra-Mural Basket- ball 3, lntra-Mural Volleyball 3, Advanced Choir 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir I, Future Nurses I. Lopez, Mary Alice: G. A. A. 4, Home- Loom Representatives 2, Girls' League Lopez, Mary Helen: Badger Balladeers 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 3. Lopez, Raul: Football Squad iFreshmanJ I, lntra-Mural Softball, lntra-Mural Wrestling, Band I, 2, 3, 4. lyrich, Deborah: G. S. L. 4, French Club Lyons, John: Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4, infra. Mural Baseball 2, Quarterly Managing Editor 4, Quarterly Writing Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society iVice-Presidentj, Junior Red Cross iPresidentl, Boys' State, Cabinet, Boys' Social Hour, De- bate and Speech Club 3, 4, German Club 3. Machado, Robert. Mackenzie, Jan: lntra-Mural Swimming I, 2, Honor Service Society I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross I, Girls' League I, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Hall Monitor 2, 4, French Club 2, 3. Mac Neil Lorna: Honor Service Society, Madrll, Jimmy: Tennis lJunior Varsity1 35 Tennis lVarsity1 45 Letterrnan's Club 3, 45 Senior Council5 Cabinet 35 El Cervantes Club 3 4. Maher, Alix: Terpsichorus 45 Girls' League 4. Meldunado, Ignacio: Wrestling Uunior Varsity1 2, 35 Wrestling lVarsity1 35 lntra-Mural Baseball 2, 35 lntra-Mural Wrestling I5 National Art Honor Sc- ciety I. Manning, Neal: Football Squad I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball Squad I, 2, 3, 45 Letterrnan's Club lCha8lain1 3, 45 Boys' Social Hour 45 ouncil 45 Hi-Y iChaplain1 3, 45 Hall Monitor lVice-Chiefi I, 2, 3, 4. March, Judi: G. A. A. I5 Library Club iSecreta71 2, 35 Hall Monitor 4. Marcoux emes. Marltland, Carol: Tucsonian Ad Staff 45 Quarterly Circulation 25 international Club 2, 35 Pen Pal Club 3, 45 Badger Bowlers 45 Girls' League 2, 3, 4 lPro- gramsl. Marler, Deyshia C.: Quarterly Sales Stafi 2, 35 Ba ger Balladeers 2, 3, 45 Double Mixed Quartet 3, 45 Plays: "Show- boat," "Oklahoma"5 Tucson Christian Youth 2. Martin, Judy: Cheerleader 25 Song Lead- er 4 lAssistant Head15 Nationa Thes- pian Society 3, 45 Plays: "Cactus Wildcat," " he Young and the Fair"5 Girls' League I, 2, 3, 45 Council I, 2 35 abinet 45 Dance Committee I, 2, 35 Junior Guard 35 Student Body Treasurer 45 Ski Club 25 Sun- shine Climate Club 3, 4. Martin, Marr. Martin, Pau ine. Martinez, Aida: G. A. A. 3, 45 Song Leaders 45 Honor Service Society 45 Girls' League 45 Council 45 El Cervantes Club 3. Martinez, Adrian: None. Martinez, Barbara: Tucsonian Ad Sales Staff I5 Quarterly Photographer I5 Badger Camera Clickers 4. Martinez, Helen: None. Martinez, Hope: National Art Honor So- ciety I5 Junior Guard 3. Massey, Lydia: Badger Balladeers 2, 3, 4- Cervantes Club 2, 3, 4. Matheson, Robin: Chronicle Writing Staff 45 Tucsonian Activities Editor 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 45 Pinnacle 3, 45 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Member of Council 45 Junior Guard 35 Home- room Representative 45 Future Teachers 2, 3 lTreasurer1, 4. Mata, Rosemary: None. Ma , Gong: ootball Squad 2. Mcxride, b: Basketbal I iFreshman1 2 blk.V.1, 3 lVarsity, Manager15 lntra- ural Basketball, Football 25 Quarterly Photography Editor 45 Badger Camera Clickers 3, 45 Junior Guard 3. McConnell, LaMont: Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Let- terman's Club 2, 3 45 Badger Bal- ladeers 45 Swing Band 25 National Honor Society 4. McCormick, Salyz Junior Fla? Bearer 35 Future Homemakers 2, 3 l reasurer1. McCoy Marty: Orchestra I, 2, 3 4 lPresi- dentl5 Strlng Ensemble 45 Plays: tOr- chestra1 Finnian's Rainbow, Showboat, Oklahoma5 Girls' League 35 Junior Flag Bearer 35 Homeroom Representa- tive I5 Lucky Strike Bowlers I, 25 Badger Bowlers 35 Ski Club 35 French Club 2. McCoy, Steve: Gymnastics I 2, 3, 4 lVarsIty?5 Latterman's Club 3, 45 Presi- dent o Freshman Class5 Junior Guard 35 Monitor 3, 45 Homeroom Representa- tive 4. Mcbonough, Marcia: Tucsonian Ad Sales Staff 45 Quarterly Typing Staff 45 Junior Red Cross 2, 35 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Junior Guard 35 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Future Teachers 45 Hall Monitor 2, 3. McFee, Bramble: Swimming Team I, 2, 3, 45 Latterman's Club , 3, 45 Band I, 25 Luck Strike Bowlers 2, 3, 4 iPresident15 Flomeroom Representative 2. McKeever, Maureen: Cheerleader I I lFreshman1, 2 iJ.V.1, 3, 4, lVarsItY- Head 415 Chronicle Distribution Staff I5 Girls' League Service Committee I, 25 Publicity Committee 35 Program Committee 45 Member of Cabinet 45 Junior Guard 35 Homeroom Representa- tive 2, 3, 45 Skl Club 45 Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Class Councilman 2. Mclaughlln, Jim: Baseball Squad I5 lntra-Mural Softball II, Football I05 Badger Bowlers 25 Monitor I5 Gym- nastics Club I. Medina, Richard M.: Baseball Squad I, 2, 3 l.l.V.15 Cross Country 2 lJ.V.1. Meehan Mike: Track Squad 2, 3 lVarsi- ty15 Cross Country I iJ.V.1, 2 g:Varsity15 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 45 hronicle Writing Staff 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Boys' Social Hour 4 lSec- retary15 Member of Cabinet 3, 45 Junior Guard. Melillo, Peter A.: Band I, 2, 3, 45 Lyre's Club 45 Woodcrafters Club I, 2, 3, 45 Jazz Club 25 Music Theory Club 3, 4. Mara, Jose: Quarterly Production Staff 45 Quarterly Linotype Staff 45 Ben Frank- lin Printing' Club 4. Mettler, Mart a: Tucsonian Ad Sales Staff 45 Honor Service Society 2, 3, 45 Girls' League I, 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross I, 35 Homeroom Representative 45 Member of Council 45 Member of Cabi- net 35 Junior Guard 35 Tuc-Hi 45 Future Teachers 3, 45 Future Nurses 2. Milberg, Kena Lynne: Synchronized Swim- ming 3, 4 lPresident15 Girls' League 3, 45 Les Petits Gourmets 3, 4 Nice- gresiidentb Badminton 3, 45 Bi-Chem-Phi Millar, James E.: Rifle Team I5 lntra- Mural Rifle 35 Orchestra 3, 45 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Lyre's Club 4 iPresident15 Bi-Chem-Phi I, 2, 3 lPresident1, 4 lPresident15 German Club I, 25 Interna- tional Club I. Miller, Toni: Tucsonian Ad Sales Staff 45 Terpsichoros 2, 3, 45 Girls' League 3, 45 Ski Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Monitor 3. Mills, John: Badger Balladeers I, 2. Minteer, Pat: Quarterly Circulation 25 Plays: The Stolen Prince5 Girls' League I, 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 25 Tri- Hi-Y 45 Badger Bowlers 25 Nurses Club I5 Monitor 45 Homeroom Repre- sentative I. Molina, Al: Transferred. Montano, Mario: Track Squad 3, 45 Wres- tling 2 i.l.V.15 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 45 Quarterly Production Staff 3, 45 Beniamin Franklin Printing Club 3, 4. Moody, Sandra: None. Mooney, Jim: Gold 3, 4. Moore, Alberto: Badger Balladeers 3, 45 Plays: Oklahoma5 Allegretto Club 45 Monitor 25 Homeroom Representatives 35 Radio Club 2, 3. Moore, Charlene: G.A.A. I, 25 National Art Honor Society I, 25 Terpsichoros I, 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 45 Girls' League 3. Moore, Shannon: Track Squad I5 Tennis 25 National Thespian Society 45 Plays: How to Propose, The Charm School5 Junior Guard 35 Cervantes Club 2, 35 Debating Club 3. Moran, Patricia: Chronicle Advertising Manager 45 Editorial Board of Chroni- cle 35 Honor Service Society I5 Mem- ber of Cabinet 35 Junior Guard 35 Cervantes Club 2, 3. Moran, Robert: Transferred. Moreno, Helen: None. Moreno, Vincente: Baseball Squad 3, 4 lVarsity15 Letterman's Club 3, 45 Moni- tor 2. Munoz, Adriana C.: None. Musselman, Donna: Future Homemakers I5 Cervantes I. Nastri, Emil: Football Squad I5 Swim Team 45 Varsity Gymnastics 2, 3. Narvarro, Linda C.: Girls' League 2, 35 Junior Red Cross 35 Junior Flag Bearer 3. Navarro, Sergio: Gymnastics5 Band 25 Junior Red Cross 3, 4. Nelson, Louis: Transferred. Navares, Irma R.: Honor Society 2. Nevins, Sue: None. Newcomb, Berry: Transferred. Noack, Robert: Radio Club 2, 35 Bi- Chem-Phy 4. Noe, Diane: Monitor 3, 4. Nolan, Eddie: Basketball I, 2, 35 Base- ball I, 2 U. V.15 Letterman's Club 3. Northway, Rosemary: G. A. A. I5 Edi- torial Board 35 Head Typist 45 Girls' League 3, 4 lFriendship Committee 3, Service Committee 415 Bi-Chem-Phy 3, 45 Youth Employment Proiect 3 lChairman1. Norton, Onofrez National Art Honor So- ciety 3 45 Terpsichoros 35 Girls' League 3, 45 Song Leader. I Norvi e, Sharon: .A.A. I5 Tennis I5 Synchronized Swimming I5 Quarterly Subscription Staff 45 Future Teachers I5 Office Practice 2, 3, 4.. Oates, Deanni: Tuc-Hi 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Junior Achievement 3, 45 Lucky Strike Bowlers 35 Keglers Bowlers 4. Ochoa, Jose Juan: Junior Red Cross I5 Senior Cabinet5 Ben Franklin Printing Club I, 2, 3. Ochaa, Fred: Football I5 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 35 Monitors 2, 3, 45 lntra-Mural Sports lFlag- Football1. Ochs, Donald: Band I, 2. Ouslay, Betty: Balladeers 3, 45 Opera Lab 45 Honor Service Society 3, 4 lVice- Presidentk Junior Red Cross I5 Fu- ture Teac ers 2, 3, 4 Nice-President 415 Future Homemakers 4. Olives, Henry G.: Band 2, 3, 4. Ostroy, Paul: National Honor Society 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 4 iTreasurer15 Monitor 2, 3, 45 Bi-Chem-Phy I. Overs, Jo Ann: Junior Flag Bearer: Lucky Strike Bowl 2, 3. Parizek, Dave: Badger Bowl 3, 45 Chess Club 3, 4. Padias, Sandra: Circulation I lQuarterly15 Opera Lab 45 Balladeers 2, 3, 45 Dra- matics5 Plays: Show Boat, Oklahoma, Flatter Mowse5 Badger Bowl 45 Home- room Representative 4. Parrish, Delpha: G.A.A. I, 25 Future Homemakers 35 Pep Squad 2. Partick, Richard: None. Paulas, Nick: Football 45 Baseball 45 Tucsonian Circulation 25 Tucsonian Staff I, 2, 35 Quarterly Circulation I, 25 Junior Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Moni- tor I, 25 Ski Club 2, 3. Palne, Bob: Gym Club 4. Pe worth, Dave: Band 45 Lyre's Club 45 Les Petite Gourmets 4. Perez, Martha: Junior Red Cross 45 Li- brary Club 3, 4 iSecretarYl: Junior Achievement 3, 4. Perry, Robert: None. Pesquaira, Hector: Football I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 Band I. Pesqueria, Jennie: Cervantes Club 3, 4. Peters, Julianne: Quarterly Writing Staff 2, 3, 45 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 45 String Ensemble 45 National Thespian Society 3, 45 Plays: Early Frost, Young and Fair, Cactus Wildcat, Call lt a Day, Antie Spring: Pinnacle 3, 45 National Honor Service Society I, 2, 3, 4, lSec- retary 315 Junior Red Cross 2, 45 Girls' League I, 2, 3, 45 Junior Guard5 Horne- room Representative 3. Peterson, Craig: Football I5 30-30 Club I5 Bowling 3. Philigson, Robbie: Balladeers 3, 45 Opera La 45 Play: Oklahoma5 Honor Service Society I, 2, 3, 45 Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4 lCouncil 2, 3, 415 Future Teachers 2, 3, 4 lPresident 415 Girls' Social Hour 3, 45 Tuc-Hi 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Homeroom Representative 2. Finnell, Stevan: Bi-Chem-Phy 2, 3, 45 XYZ Math Club 2, 3. Pinson, Bob: Wrestling 2, 3, 45 lntra- Mural Sports I, 2. Plunkett, Carolyn: Balladeers 45 Future Homemakers 4. Posner, Michael: Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 45 Chronicle Cir- culation 25 Junior Red Cross 25 Junior Guard5 Homeroom Representative I, 35 Monitor I5 Chronicle Sales I. Postillion, Janice: Chronicle Ad Staff 25 Honor Service Society 45 Girls' League I, 2, 3 4 lExecutive Council 3, 415 Junior Guard5 Dance Commit- tee 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Monitor 2. Prassla , Lynne: Tennis 35 Tucsonian Ad Staff 45 Junior Flag Bearer 35 Tri-Hi-Y 4 lChaplain15 Tuc-Hi 3, 45 Girls' League 45 Monitor 45 Homeroom Rep- resentative 35 Lucky Strike Bowl I5 Ski Club 3, 4. Price, Terry: None. Quihuis, Charlotte: G.A.A. I5 Tucsonian Activities Editor 35 Tucsonian Advertis- ing Manager 45 Tucsonian Ad Sales 3, 45 Balladeers 45 Twirlers 2, 3, 4 ll-iead Twirler 3, 415 Plays: Final Dress Re- hearsal5 Terpsichours 45 Girls' League I, 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Representative I, 3, 45 Junior Flag Bearer5 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Tuc-Hi I, 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers 2. Quiros, Elizabeth: G.S.L. 45 Syncronized Swimming 35 Quarterly Circulation I, 25 Junior Red Cross 35 Honor Service Society 45 Girls' League 45 Junior Flag Bearer5 Monitor 35 Pep Squad. Ramos, Benny A.: Football I, 3, 45 Track I, 2, 3, 45 Letterman's Club 3, 45 Wrestling I5 lntra-Mural Sports 2 iBas- ketball1. Ramsay, Charlotte: Pinnacle 35 Girls' League I5 Future Homemakers I. Rasmussen, Suzi: Double Mixed Q. 4. Raymond, Leonard: None. Reason, Robert: Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 4. Reed, Linda: G.A.A. I5 Quarterly Sales- man I, 45 National Art Honor Society 3, 45 Honor Service Society I, 2, 3, 45 Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4 lProgram Com- mittee 215 Junior Flag Bearer5 Future Homemakers 25 Monitor 45 Homeroom Representative I5 Travel Club I. Reis, Walter: Football 25 Wrestling 3, 4. Richey, Barbara J.: Art Honor Society5 Quarterly Writing Staff: International Club I, 2, 35 Junior Cabinet5 Junior Guard5 Girls' League5 Pen Pal Club 35 Monitor 4. Rico, Joe: Track 45 Chronicle Staff 2, 3, 45 Quarterly Writing Staff 45 Boys' So- cial Hour 45 Speech Club 4. Rico, Rebecca: G.A.A. I, 25 Honor Service Society 2, 3, 45 Girls League 45 Junior Guard5 Speech Club 3, 4 lSecretary15 Monitor 35 Homeroom Representative 2. Ries, Karin: Plays: One I Act Play5 Home- room Representative 4. Rios, George: Transferred. Rivera, Sally: National Art Honor Society I, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Future Home- makers I, 25 Synchronized Swimming I5 Golf Club I. Robbins, Sandy: Future Homemakers 45 Girls' League 4. Roberts, Stephan: Swimming 3 lVarsity15 Letterman's Club 35 Chronicle Photog- rapher 25 Tucsonian Photographer 45 Bi-Chem-Phy 4. Robles, Irene: Member of Cabinet 35 Girls' League 45 Honor Service Society 3, 4. Roalvb. Cenobio: Football Squad 2, 3 Robles, Victoria: G.A.A. 25 Girls' League I5 Member of Cabinet 35 Cervantes Club 4. Rodrigues, Ray: Football Squad I, lFresh- mani, 3, lJ.V.1, 4 lVarsiIYii Chronicle Sports Editor 45 lntra-Mural Swimming 25 National Honor Society 45 Pinnacle 35 Junior Red Cross Homeroom Chair- man I5 Homeroom Representative I5 Boys' Social Hour 45 Junior Guard 35 Member of Cabinet 35 Senior Class Vice-President 45 Archery Club I lPresident1. Rogerson, Terry: Swimming 2, 3, 4 lVarsity15 Junior Guard 35 Boys' Social Hour 4. Romero, Alfred: None. Romero, Joe E., Jr.: lntra-Mural Football, Softball: Woodcrafters' Club I. Romero, Lalaro: Drama5 Stagecraft. Romero, Richard: Football Squad I, 2, 35 Track Squad 45 Junior Red Cross I5 Member of Council 45 Hi-Y 4. Ronquillo, Blanch l.: G.A.A. I5 G.S.L. 45 Beginning Girls' Vocal I5 Girls' League 45 Honor Service Society 4. Robinson, Lois M.: Writing Staff for Quarterly 45 Dance Committee 45 Pen Pal Club 35 International Club I, 2, 35 Speech Club 45 Quarterly Literary Staff 2, 3, 45 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Monitor Rosales, Art: Transferred. Saber, Karen5 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Lyre's Club 45 National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross Chairman I5 Monitor 4. Sacherson, Bette: G.A.A. I, 25 Girls' League I, 2, 35 Pinnacle 45 Anytown, U. S. A. 35 Inter-School Youth Coun- cil 35 Homeroom Representative 4. Salas, Pete: Baseball Squad 2 lJ.V.1. Salyer, Carolyn Ann: Quarterly Writing Staff 2, 3, 45 Beginning Girls Vocal I5 Mixed Vocal 25 Future Homemakers I5 Pen Pal Club 3, 4 lVice-President15 Badger Bar 2, 3, 4. Sanches, Evelyn Irene: National Art Hon- or Society , 45 Junior Red Cross Rep- resentative 4. Sanchea, Norma: None. Sanders, Felicia: Tucsonian Ad Sales Staff 45 Quarterly Writing Staff 45 Quar- terly Subscription Staff 2, 45 National Thespian Society 3, 45 Plays: Final Dress Rehearsal, The Boy Who Killed Pancho Villa, Call it a Day: Honor Service Society I, 2, 3, 45 Girls' League I, 2, 3, 45 Member of Council 45 Dance Committee 3, 45 Junior Guard 35 Tri-Hi-Y 4 iRecording Secre- tary15 Tuc-Hi I, 2, 3, 45 Die Gesund- heiters 45 Monitor 3, 45 Homeroom Representative 2. Sandoval, Adeline: Junior Guard 35 Junior Red Cross I, 45 Cervantes Club Saturlay, Robert: Tennis 2, 3, 4. Sayre, Mary: Cheerleader I lCub, 2 J.V.1, 3, 4 iVarsitYli Chronicle Ad Staff I, 25 Quarterly Subscription Staff 35 Plays: Final Dress Rehearsal, Love of One's Neighbor, lf Women Worked As Men Do5 Terpsichoros I, 2, 3, 4, tSenior Representative15 Cervantes Club 25 Future Teachers 2, 35 Gymnastics Club 35 Sunshine Modeling C ub I, 2, 3, 45 Member of Cabinet 45 Student Body Secretary 45 National Honor So- ciety 45 Girls' State 35 Honor Service Society I, 2, 3 lVice-President1, 4 lixecutive Council15 Girls' League I, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Social Hour I, 2, 3, 45 lSub-Chairman 3, Friendship Committee Chairman 4, Executive Council 3, 41. Schmid, Charles: Gymnastics lVarsity1 I, 2, 3, 45 Gym Club 3. Sclsnaitdar, Bette: Badger Balladeers 2, Schrepel, Nelda: Tucsonian Ad Sales Staff 4: Quarterly Art Staff 3: Badger Balladeers 3, 4: Opera Lab 4: National Art Honor Society 3, 4: Publication Ar- tists: Picture for Quarterly: Plays: Okla- homa: Member of Council 4: Tuc-Hi 3 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Future Teachers 2, 3: sl: Club 3: French club 3, 4, syn- chronized Swimming I. Scott, Sherwin: Football Squad, 2 lJ.V.1, 3 lVarsitYI: Basketball Squad I: Base- ball Squad I, 2, 3, 4 iVarsity1: Letter- man's Club 2, 3, 4: Member of Council 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Seeger, Elizabeth: Quarterly Art Staff 2: National Art Honor Society 3: Plays: Antic Spring: Junior Guard 3: Girls' ees, erry: uartery riting ta : s Leagslf 2' so I w s ff 4 Chronicle Ad Staff I. Semof, Sam: Dance Committee 4. Senmore, David: Junior Red Cross 3: omeroom Representative 3, 4. Shackelford, Tommy: lntra-Mural Softball: Junior Guard 3: Bi-Chem-Phy 4. Shaner, Steve: Football Squad I, 2: lntra- Mural Baseball: Boys' Social Hour 4: Hi-Y 4: Auto Explorers 3, 4. Shelpman, Arther: None. Shenfield, Roy: Bi-Chem-Phy I, 2, 3, 4: Math Club I: German Club 3, 4. Sierra, Gertrude: Future Homemakers 3. Sisson, Bill: Wrestling I, 2, 3: Ensemble 3: Advanced Chorus 2, 3, 4: Mixed Choir I: Opera Lab 3, 4: Plays: Show- boat, Oklahoma. Skaggs, Carole: Library Club 3: Future Homemakers 4: Honor Service Society 3, 4: Girls' League 3, 4. Siegel, Michael: Football Squad I: Base- ball Squad l: Track Squad 3, 4: Junior Guaird43: Speech Club 4: Bi-Chem-Phy Slagle, Danny: Baseball Squad I, 2, 3, lJ.V.1: lntra-Mural Football, Wrestling: Boys' State 3: Woodcrafters' Club 2. Smith, Fran: None. Smith, Stephanie: Chronicle Editorial Board 3: Chronicle Managing Editor 4: Youth Employment Captain 3: Future Teachers 2, 3, iSecretary1, 4: Syn- chronized Swimming 2, 3: National Honor Society 3, 4: Girls' league 2, iliriendshg Committee 31: Girls' Social Hour 4: irls' State 3 iNewspaper Edi- tor1: Pinnacle 3. Smiths, Steve: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Swing Band 2, 3, 4: Lyre's Club 4: Cervantes Club 2: Monitor 4: Bi-Chem-Phy 4. Solis, Lucila: Homeroom Representative 4. Somerville, John Howard: Swim Team I, 2, 3: Wrestling I: Quarterly Produc- tion Editor 2: Quarterly Writing Staff 2, 3 4: Quarterly Production Staff 2, 3: Quarterly Assistant Editor 4: Tuc- sonian Ad Sales Staff 3: Tucsonian Classes Staff 3: National Art Honor Society I, 2, 3, 4: Badger Camera Clickers 2, 3. Soto, Mary Lou: Chronicle Ad Sales Staff 4: Badger Camera Clickers 4: Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4: Honor Serv- ice Society 4: Cervantes Club 4. So3o,4Richard: Quarterly Production Staff South, Linda: G.A.A. I: National Honor Society 3 4: Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4: Girls' State 3: Girls' Social Hour 3, 4 lCo-chairman1: Girls' League 2, 3, 4 iExecutive Council 3, 41: Member of Council 4: Member of Cabinet 3: Dance Committee 3: Senior Class Councilman 4: Junior Class Councilman 3: Fresh- man Class Councilman I: Tennis Club I: Homeroom Representative 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers 2, 3. Speiling, Donna: None. Sponheimer, Sandra: G.A.A. 3: Chronicle Art Staff 3, 4: Quarterly Art Staff 3, 4: Tucsonian Ad Sales Staff 4: Tuc- sonian Art Staff 4: National Art Honor Society l, 2, 3, 4: Publication Artists 2, 3, 4: Junior Red Cross Council 3, 4: lCorresponding Secretary 41: Girls' League 3, 4: Member of Council 4: Junior Flag Bearer 3: Ski Club 3, 4: Homeroom Representative 4: Tuc-Hi 3, 4 lCity-Wide Council 41: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Badger Bowling 3: Synchronized Swim- ming 3: Honor Service Society 3, 4. Spring, Kenneth B.: Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, iVarsity1: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4: Intra- Mural Baseball 2: Quarterly Writing Staff 4: Monitor 4. Steinlsery, Anne: G.A.A. I, 2, 3: Ten- nis l, 2: Quarterly Art Staff 3, 4: Na- tional Art Honor Society 3, 4: Honor Service Society I, 2, 3, 4: Giirls' League I, 2, 3, 4: Bowling Club 3: Homeroom Representative I, 2: Monitor 2. Steinberg, Leonard: Junior Red Cross 4. Steinborn, Mike: Junior Red Cross 2, 4: Badger Camera Clickers 4: Homeroom Representative 2: Stamp Club I, 2, 3, 4: "30" Club 2, 3, 4: Bi-Chem-Phy , . Stinson, Martha: G.A.A. I, 3: Junior Red Cross Homeroom Representatives 3: Tucson Christian Yout Fellowship 3. Stone, Nugget: National Honor Society 2, 3: Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4 lCouncil 2, 3, 41: Member of Cabinet 3: Mem- ber ot Council 4: Dance Committee 3: Junior Guard 3: Girls' Social Hour 3, 4 iChairman1: Cervantes Club 2: Future Teachers 2. Stowell, Aaron: None. Strasburg, Paul: Basketball Squad I iFreshrnan1: Quarterly Writing Staff 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Boys' State 3: Pinnacle 3, 4: Boys' Social Hour 3, 4: Badger Committee 3: Busi- ness Manager 4: Member of Council 4: Member o Cabinet 4: Monitor 3: Ski Club 3: Homeroom Representatives 2, 3: American Field Service Summer Ex- change Student 3. Streets, Katherine: National Art Honor So- ciety 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Dance Committee 3: Junior Flag Bearer 3: Homeroom Representative I, 2: Ski- Club I, 2. Streets, Douglas: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orches- tra 4: Swing Band 2, 3, 4: Wind En- semble 3, 4: Lyre's Club 4: Tiiuana Tech 3, 4: Ski Club I, 2. Sullivan, Jim: Basketball Squad 3, 4: Baseball Squad 2, 3 iManager1. Steur, Dave: Football Squad I lManager1: Homeroom Representative 3. Sutherland, Stanley: Tucsonian Student Photo Advisor 4: Quarterly Photograph- er 2, 3, 4 iEditor 31: Quarterly Circu- lation I, 2, 3, 4: Quarterly Writing Staff 2, 3, 4: Quarterly Production Staff I, 2, 3, 4: Quarterly Linotype Staff 2, 3, 4: Badger Camera Clickers 2, 3, 4: "30" Club l, 2: Ben Franklin Club 2, 3, 4: Proiection Club 3, 4: Audio Proiectionist 3, 4. Swain, Jerrold: Track Squad iJ.V.1: Junior Guard 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: Bi-Chem-Phy 4: French Club l: Monitor 2, 3, 4 iChief1. Swift, John: Junior Red Cross I, 2, 4. Tamayo, Lucy: None. Tang, Wally: Chronicle Photography Staff 3, 4: Tucsonian Photograp y Staff 3: Tucsonian Photography Editor 4: Badg- er Camera Clickers 3. Taylor, Everett: Gymnastics 3, 4 lVarsity1: lntra-Mural Gymnastics 2: Advanced Chorus 4: Badger Balladeers 3, 4: Plays: "Oklahoma": Quarterly Production Staff 2: Quarterly Linotype Staff 2. Taylor, Kenneth: Wrestling I lFreshman1, 2 iJ.V.1, 3, 4 lVarsity1: Letterman's Club 3, 4. Tappero, Audna: G.A.A. I, 2: Girls' League I: Girls' Sport Days 2. Taylor, Millard: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orches- tra 2, 3, 4: Lyre's Club 4: Plays: "Showboat," "Oklahoma," 'Li'l Abner" iOrchestra1: Christian Youth Fellowship 4 iPresident1: Bras Choir 3: Music Theory Club 3, 4. Tegarden, Frances: G.A.A. I, 2: Quarter- y Subscription Staff 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Honor Service Society 2, 3, 4: Junior Red Cross Chairman I: Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Flag Bearer 3: Future Homemakers I, 2 lTreasurer1: Future Nurses 2: Tuc-Hi 3, 4: Tri-Hi Y 4: Travel Club I. Telles, Jimmy: Band I, 2, 3, 4 iPresident1: Swing Band 2, 3, 4: Lyre's Club 4. Teller, Yvonne: Chronicle Ad Sales Staff 2, 3: Quarterly Typing Staff 4: Quarter- ly Subscription Staff 3, 4: Tucsonian Subscription Staff 3, 4: Tucsonian Ad Sales 2: Tucsonian Opening Editor: Na- tional Thespian Society' 2, 3, 4: Plays: "Why I Am A Bac elor," "Spoo y- doof's Funnybone," "The Wedding Re- hearsal," "Call lt A Day," "The Cactus Wildcat": Honor Service Society I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Red Cross Chairman 2: Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4 iFriendship Committee1: Dance Committee 3, 4: Tuc-Hi 2, 3, 4: Jazz Club 2: Monitor 3, 4: Homeroom Representative 3: Tri- Hi-Y 4 iVice-President1. Temple, Robert: Chronicle Writer 2: Chronicle Editorial Board 3: Chronicle Editor 4: Star Reporter 4: Quarterly Circulation Staff l: Quarterly Writing Staff 3, 4: Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4: String Quartet 3, 4: Plays: "Finian's Rain- bow," "Show Boat," "Oklahoma," "Li'l Abner": National Honor Society 3, 4: Honor Service Society 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 3 iHomeroom Representative 4 iCouncil1: Pinnacle 3, 4: Chess Club I, 3,4: Latin Forum 2: Die Gesundheiters 2, 3, iSergeant-At-Arms1, 4 iPresident1: Bi-Chem-Phy I, 3, 4 iVice-President1: Junior Red Cross Leadership Training Center at Riverside 3: Publications Workshop at Flagstaff 3: All State Orchestra I, 3, 4. Terry, N. L.: Football Squad I: Wrestling I: Rifle Club I: Track Squad I, 2, 3: Lnma-Mural Football, Basketball, Base- a . Thomas, Jay: Football Squad I, 2, 3, 4: Track Squad I, 2, 3, 4: Letterman's glug 3, 4: Quarterly Production Staff Thomas, Robin: Football Squad I, 2, 3, 4: Track Squad I, 2, 3: Letterman's Club 3, 4: Quarterly Production Staff 2, 3: "30" Club I, 2, 3, 4. Thomason, Irene: Honor Service Society 3: Junior Flag Bearer 3: Speech Club 4: Homeroom Representative 4: Homeroom Executive Council 4. Thompson, Barbara: Future Nurses I, 2 iVice-Presidentl, 3 iVice-President1, 4 lPresident1: Future Homemakers 4. Thornton, Lee Voys: Basketball Squad I iFreshman1, 2 iJ.V.1, 4 lVarsity1: Track Squad l, 2. Tom, Arthur: Quarterly Photographer 3, 4: National Art Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Member of Cabinet 4: Badger Camera Clickers 3, 4: Bi-Chem-Phy 2, 3, 4. Tom, Michael: Rifle Club I, 2, 3, 4: Rifle Team I, 2, 3 iVarsity1, 4 lVarsity Captain1: Member of Cabinet 4: Nation- al Honor Society 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 4: Astronomy Club I: Bi-Chem- Phy 4. Torres, Frank: lntra-Mural Football 2: Band 2, 3, 4: Swing Band 4: Lyre's Club 4: Member of Cabinet 3. Townsend, Homer: Basketball Squad I, 2, 3, 4: Track Squad I, 2, 3, 4 iVarsity1: Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Guard 3: Boys' Social Hour 4. Trabue, B. T.: Junior Red Cross 4. Travers, Cynthia: None. Treadwell, Jane: Chronicle Writing Staff 2, 3, 4: Chronicle Circulation 3, 4: Chronicle Editorial Board 3, Chronicle News Editor 4: Quarterly Writing Staff 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 2: Future Teach- ers 2: First Prize Citizen Writing Con- test 3: Homeroom Representative I, 2: Publications Workshop, Flagstaff 3: Junior Flag Bearer 3. Truiillo, Tommy: Quarterly Production Staff 3. Tuchman, Bronnie: Chronicle Writing Staff 4: Quarterly Subscription Staff 3: Tuc- sonian Business Manager 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Honor Service So- ciety I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 2: Girls' League 2, 3, 4 lSecretary1: Girls' Social Hour 4: Member of Council 3: Member of Cabinet 4: Younger View 2, 3, 4 iEditor1: Future Homemakers 2: Student Body Councilman I, 2, 3, 4: Invitations Committee I: Junior Guard 3. Underwood, Jan: G.S.L. 2: Honor Service Society 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 2, 3: Monitor 4. Vance, Priscilla: Chronicle Editorial Board 4: National Thespian Societ 3, 4: Plays: "The Boy Who Killed' Pancho Vila," "The Thompsons," "Lost Vic- tory," "The Young and Fair": Home- room Representative 3, 4: Playwrite's Lab 2: Cervantes Club 2, 3: Speech Club 4. Velasquez, Frances: Honor Service Society 4: El Cervantes Club 3, 4. Ventres, Charles Samuel: Pinnacle Club 3: Bi-Chem-Phy 3, 4: Monitor 3, 4. Varran, Joyce: Tucsonian Ad Sales Staff 4: National Art Honor Society I-4: Homeroom Representative 4: Honor Service Society I-4: Girls' League Pub- licity Committee 2-4: Jr. Flag Bearer 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4: German Club 3, 4: Future Nurses I, 2: Future Homemakers 4 lSecretary1. Villa, Edward: Track Squad I iVarsity1: lntra-Mural Football I: Jazz Club 2: Band I-4: Orchestra 3, 4: Swing Band 2-4: Bo s' Social Hour 4: Vice-President I-3: Cabinet member 3, 4: Dance Com- mittee l-4: Junior Guard 3: Student Body Vice-President 4: T.H.S. Safety Council Chairman 3, 4: Lyre's Club 4: Student Council Workshop 4. Villa, Gilbert: None. Villar, John Aidan: Bi-Chem-Phy 4: Ra- dio Club President I-4: Math Club 2: Homeroom Representatives 2-4. Voorhas, Jaan: Girls' League 4. Warner, Ruth: Badger Balladeers 2-4: Opera Lab 2-4: Plays: "Showboat": Future Teachers 2. Warner, David: Rifle Team I-4 iVarsity1: lntra-Mural Wrestling I-3: Jr. Red Cross 2: Badger Bowlers I-3: Home- room Representatives I, 2, 4. Ward, Doris: G.A.A. I: Balladeers 2. Watring, Jim: Band I-4: Orchestra 2-4: Swing Band 3, 4 iBusiness Managerg: National Honor Society 3, 4: Hi-Y , 4 lChaplain1: Lyre's 4 iVice-President1. Watson, Joyce: Transferred. Webb, Barry: Track Squad 2 Ur. Varsity1: Cross Country I 2 Ur. Varsity1: Bal- lGdeSfS 4: Band I, 2, 4: Orchestra I-4: Swing Band 3, 4. Weinxapfel, Eric: Letterman's Club 3, 4: Gymnastics Squad 2-4 lVarsitYl: lntra- Mural Football, Baseball I: Monitor 4. Wgnzzpfel, Jean: Future Nurses Club Welch, Donna: Monitor 3, 4: Tuc-Hi 4: Kegler Bowlers 4: Jr. Achievement 4. Wesson, Marilyn: Badger Balladeers 2-4: Opera Lab 2-4: Plays: "Show Boat," Oklahoma," "Flatermous": G i r I s' lieague I, 2: Synchronized Swimming Wheeler, Dave: None. Wheelin, Jean: Rifle Club 2: G.A.A. I-4 lVice-Presidentl: G.S.L. 2-4 lPresident1: Girls' "T" Club 2-4: Synchronized Swimming l-4: Gymnastics 3, 4: Quar- terly Writing Staff 4: Badger Ballad- eers 3: Honor Service Society 3, 4: Future Teachers 2-4: Bi-Chem-Phy 4: Future P.E. Teachers 2, 3: Jr. Classi- cal League 4. White, Jacqueline: Band 2, 3: Honor Service Society 4. . White, Jo Ann: Tennis 2: Plays: "Stolen Prince," "The Charm School": Honor Service Society 2: Future Nurses 4: Bowling 2: Future Homemakers 4: Monitor 4. Wieland, Dottie: Plays: "Oklahoma," "Flatermous": National Art Honor So- ciety I-4: Terpsichoros 2-4: Opera Lab 3, 4: Quarterly Salesman I: Honor Service Society I-4: Red Cross Repre. sentative 2: Girls' League l-4: Jr, Guard 3: Homeroom Representative 3. Wilken, Miland: National Art Honor So- ciety 3, 4: Homeroom Representatives I, 2: Jr. Red Cross I. Williams, Bob: Orchestra 4: Monitor I, 4: El Cervantes Club 2-4. Williams, Susie: National Art Honor So- ciety I, 2, 3, 4: Plays: Spoofydoof's Funnybone, Three one Acts lStage- craft1: Junior Flag Bearer 3: Bi-Chem- Phy 4. Willis, Delores: G.A.A. I: Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4 iSecretaryl: Plays: Show Boat gOr5hestra1: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Future Teachers Wolf, Luiuana: Chronicle Art Staff 2: Tucsonian Art Staff 3, 4: Quarterly Wflllng Staff 2, 3, 4: Quarterly Editor 4: National Art Honor Society I, 2, 3, 4: lSecretarY1: Publication Artists: Tuc- sonian 3, 4: Quarterly I, 2, 3, 4, Chronicle 2: National Honor Society 3, 4: Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4: Member of Cabinet 4: Dance Committee I, 2, 3: Junior Guard 3: Pen Pal Club 3: Home Room Representative I: Tri-Hi-Y 4. Wong, Victor: Orchestra 3, 4: Swing Band 4: Anytown 2, 3, 4. Wood, Arthur: Quarterly Writing Staff 3: National Art Honor Society 3, 4: Junior Red Cross I. Winds, Ethel: G.S.L. 3: Balladeers 2, 3, Woods, Stanley: Football S uad u.v.:. q ' Woolbright, Dorothea: Chronicle Ad Sales Staff 3: Ski Club I, 2' Badger Camera Clickers 2: Speech Club 4. Woon, Danny: Quarterl Phot ra h Assistant Editor 4: National ArTgHorhok Society 2, 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 3: Badger Camera Clickers 4: Junior Guard 3: Die Gesundeheiters 3, 4: Bi-Chem-Phy 4: Astronomy I: Science- Fiction 2: Latin Forum I. Wright, Dawn: G.A.A. 3. Yovanov, Jack: Band I, 2. Yslas, Frank: Football Squad 2 iJ.V.1: 3, 4 iVarsity1: Wrestling I, 2, 3 iVarsity1: Letterman's Club 3, 4. Yturralde, Pauline: Quarterly Circulation 3, 4: Honor Service Society I, 2, 3, 4 iSecretary1: Junior Red Cross I, 2: Fu- ture Nurses' Club I, 2, 3, 4. Zawadski, Christine: Future Teachers 3. Zazueta, Manuel: Junior Guard 3. Zepoda, Yanula: Cervantes Club 4: Tri- Hi-Y: Terpsichoros 3, 4: Plays: Okla- homa: Opera Laboratory 3, 4. Ziblat, Barbara: National Thespian So- ciety 3, 4: Plays: Caleb Stone's Death Watch, Cactus Wildcat, Call lt A Day, Young and Fair, Charm School: Junior Flag Bearer 3: International Club 2: Latin Forum I, 2. Zieganfelder, Barbara: National Honor So- UGIY 4: Girls' Lea ua 2, 3: Future NUYSPS Club lf 2, 3 4: Lucky Strike Bowling 3. WW loyal scuivrs A K-ff,,g',M,fL77M -9 f jf Ham Hmm Gwyv s-,u1i,44wiw-K0-r9.2- CXQ we AW My Exif mcg W MMA? Q29 Ya f X 0 Q4 Xggx AMMWM W K' ,W M AU MW iw QZZXWQWO nqwyfmsffwfj My kb. ' Eg 252 Qffwwfy MM X yy QQ jg 32 36 Casio? WW MSN H Q! M' wif Qfwfwfww fyfjwwffwy 5' ,fy J A7 :lg W My 2-Q Nav Pi M Q , KM :QR M W MM WMM ES -'V Q 6 My Qi? JWWM M W 3 Q My Ny MMV Q fb MQ 5 gf ,iz ,Q MM WQLJQ W M M J My Wjilfgmfflff N WMM M W Q21 Qf Q49 Iwvnwfrnp gg? HQ M Qlmfwmjyf EMM 'E R! yawn Jsfgob M?L! lb'LgKff"' f if 2949? mga WW WM W MQW W5 A AQ 45' .., sfcwg j Q ff Q" Af J J! 3 -in jx j 4 Q! if W QM Q5 ,fl 1 . A I' L 1 .v ,A pw 2" !' F il! 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