Tucson High School - Tucsonian Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

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Vi-ivfw is Q l .PN Q1 ov- CIA j 'JUN 101968 Nfl , . 511001 J-C-Hjl ALL AMERICAN National Scholastic Press Association 18 Journalism Building University ol Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. 55455 fk Q 1 Q? 'gr Q? Q7 QI' Q.....-,,,,,,,. . .. -. 'A' 'H ,,..pg....4-n4.w4.,,ffs4,m..s m.i.1.4L. A ,W-.M Q7 OV' OP' A Mm, ,,,,,m,,ss,,,.,,.... ., Mmm 1968 Tucsonian Published by the students of Tucson High School Tucson, Arizona T 1? . ,W Y' ff Q' if . if ,A f ,HY rn ' Q 4 ff-1x,, .ke if 16, w "WF Q s M . 4 , wliwulr, 1 ' s M , ' ' ask. 0,5 .,-L", Us ,,,. Q 31 if as 3 . fw- 3 ,Ev 'iw PZ - egg: 5 4,5 if ,H ,K if is ..4 Swept Up ln a Swirling Pace, We Reflected A Myriad of Motion Curriculum Student Government and Honors Student Life Activities Sports Classes Index A cknowledgm ents 12 44 62 92 130 1 78 248 263 K 1 .1 7 . :kk,k sf' ' S, 1 'gk' no .Aff li 3 Slow motion, fast motion, instant or perpetual motion, all describe the continuous action experienced at Tucson High. The seal on the front cover expresses this spirit. The Badger paw imprinted on the state of Arizona symbolizes the mark that we have made and will make in Arizona This never-ceasing desire to get ahead kept us in the groove. Whether the action was mental, physical, or emotional, we fitted into the whirling pattern of a MYRIAD OF MOTION. S1111 iii 1 lun! s ,..,,..,- wwf ,..,, - It Amidst an advancing community, Tucson High School kept up with the fast moving pace. From the outside, the forty-three year-old Main resembled ancient Greek architecture, but within its walls, and those of the Vocational and Annex buildings, innovations took place involving students, faculty and administration. The campus expanded from the original Main with the gymnasium on the third floor to a complex of two additional buildings and a spacious wing which housed the modern music rooms and library. Changing with the times, Tucson High was continually updated to move ahead in the field of education. Confrasfs Of Old and New Depicfed Tucson High's Progressive Affifudes Varied Courses Mofivafed Badgers To Develop Skills and Mind In concentrating its curricular efforts in vocational and college preparatory courses, Tucson High challenged inquisitive minds with contemporary methods. New classes gave Badgers a chance to study anything from Chinese to Air Conditioning-Refrigeration. Early morning classes, scheduled to make room for the enlarged enrollment, allowed seniors time to work during afternoons. Practical knowledge presented in lectures, group work and individual study, helped us to learn fundamentals. Only then could we relate basic concepts to complex problems and get a glimpse of the future. After the 3 :40 bell rang, students scattered in all directions. Not all the action occurred during school hours. With as diverse a student body as we had, outside interests differed greatly. Many of the Badgers joined at least one of the many school-orientated clubs. Scholastic clubs stressed additional instruction in certain subjects and occasionally had guest speakers. Service clubs planned projects which benefited ourselves, our school, or our community. For relaxation, many recreational facilities around Tucson offered enjoyable pastimes for Badgers. As a young and energetic generation, we spent our free time helping in some way, or simply having fun, but we were constantly on the move. its ,i is Qu " -.. at Jobs, Hobbies, Extracurricular Clubs Occupied Our Leisure Time Unexpected Happenings, lmpromfu Changes Capfivafed Us in a Myriad of Motion Four school blocks and three school buildings composed the shell which held the fruit- our contributions. Our hopes and disappointments, accomplishments and failures, new ideas and old traditions, new acquaintances and old friends were means by which we prospered. Every moment, every movement left an impression. New courses, methods, fads, new experiences and friendships exemplified the on-the-go spirit. This school year could never be duplicated but the highlights that can be relived are those recorded in this annual. As you turn these pages, you will see our myriad of motion. Tucson High kept up with the advancing community by adding to its curriculum to meet the demand. Courses in data processing and refrigeration were introduced to train students to fill newly arising job opportunities. A new principal initiated programs which launched this changing phase of history and twenty-three teachers joined our faculty. W e were all involved in the MYRIAD OF MOTION. Curriculum . WfW'EiIif25'5 izzlw 52111 W ., TM W' 7716111-2 " ' h Z0 S"??i'f?Z'i-3 N-5 W Oth -. ,- Ii Fare, .. H A z V , . .. . ,......,.. 3 ,s w a m g gy if ,. ,N-., f .. ' W fw ff ' ' " -X -x ' K 1, ,,.., 4 :jr ggw- f,3,,,g if - ,,,...-NWWM. , . .. Qgmwwmmwk ' win! W N- La-' Yu ,KVM Expressions of approval and doubt registered on Mr. Hunt's face as he culture. Important decisions confronted Mr. Hunt every day as he strove discussed with Mr. Rusk the possibility of offering a course in horti- to fl-'FTHCF improve Tucson High School. Students' schedules occupied Mr, Hendrickgorfg time G5 he Supervised by Mr. Hendrickson, assistant principal, the registrar's office sent trcn checked and revised them to his final satisfaction. scripts and issued student schedule changes. Secretories mode use of l.B.M. compu X , 14 ww-- if Looking over the plans for the new Cholla High, Mr. Hunt and his receptionist, Mrs. Redding, compared the new school's facilities to Tucson High's. ters to figure class standings and employed student help to relieve the huge amount of paper work the office entailed throughout the school year. Hunt Stepped in s New Leader Of Tucson High Changes in the administration marked a new era for Tucson High. George Hunt, for- merly Assistant Principal of Student Affairs, replaced Andy Tolson as head of the school. Mr. Hunt established a faculty council as one of his first acts as Principal. The coun- cil worked toward better communication be- tween the administration and faculty. Also new to his position, but not to Tuc- son High was John Mallamo. Mr. Mallamo, previously head football coach, took charge of Student Affairs. Mr. Hendrickson, Assis- tant Principal of Student Personnel, instituted zero hour classes for seniors to prevent a pos- sibility of split sessions for Tucson High. Zero hour students met from 7:20 to 8:15. Mr. Mallamo listened to requests of the English Department, making lists of equipment the teachers needed. :rsync-sa..-gpm """""' uw. A., ,M 15 New counselor, Mr. Preston thought over what he had iust discussed with a counselee concerning his schedule. An Curtiss Anderson Mary Lou Eaton n Mockler Elnor Detlefsen Richard Force Lomond Preston Wai essex we 251 2 ..:gep www MM Q e ggng si . ,E '1 ,raft .4 -12? .t ez- few. sri? vt' gag 3 1, ,x il!! we 1 t 3 3 nm' X st? ft Z we ,rn , T ' 4 e ss Nm me l 3 K 2 5' 2 555' 3 C sri' is , . ,5 .w , ..sfrs..t ff. 1. 2 4 S 5.5. M M ,,.a?1sa wifi' an 3 P fi -if-m e s' zsg:z.fiezgf s 2 9 S e E X X W' 9' Q 1 in Q Yi . r i Q f ' Brainard Douglass Gordon Logan Frances Smith By Keeping in Contact, Signing all unexcused absence slips allowed Mr. Roda to talk to students who were caught off campus without an explanation during school hours. Miss Mockler helped a student choose cards for a new conseling machine. The in- strument picked colleges that fitted the special needs of each pupil. :a.s:mf-saw. ,K . , , ' :'::"E'.t"Q:::': fffVf?is'??e?-3-i zeiiii' Z.'Ts'iii1?i?c751'5k:s?S1ff'F 455452 tif .Vet lei-w s,.1,:fi '1sn3ffg'e59esfwsrf?Ee? 9EISwf7ilf 5331525 ifiiifilg 'lfifij Qfiiigfielwi if'z2f575Y 15255 fwiei, siggsgfiifisi we ' ' 35511552 ' '11 ., ,.... I.. . M 5 at at .MQ A ,gm ii? .we 4 1. 5-fSQfQ '::".':5Qf iI::::5Zelu:s mi f a g e? l it? 5-'fi " -. of ..1s?fvi,' ' K ' 1 wi :wists .' Ye w fzgsigffeigslt E15 - 1 - ,iii '- ?E5gffliiQlfs aiif?r'fif'l K Vx r. 12 i ff ms... - H ,swf-gfv, x K .mais ' , 'R,j2Te.2'f.1 at-wmv Deans and Counselors Supervised Students Interested girls learned of iob opportunities through the Dean of Girls, Mrs. Brinea gor, who was always on the look out for possible positions tor students. Deans Mrs. Lorrette Brinegar and lVlr. Tony Roda worked together to solve students, problems b e s i d e s handling disciplinary measures. The Deans, office opened its doors to any student who had troubles. They also inspected the reasons behind all unexcused absences. Mrs. Brinegar sponsored Girls' League and lVlr. Roda advised the Lettermen. All of the Tucson High counselors at- tended the Southern Arizona convention held at the Ramada lnn in October. Five juniors and one senior, chosen by lVlr. Douglass, par- ticipated in discussions at the conference. During the year counselors visited all freshmen and sophomore English classes. The purpose of these visits ranged from freshmen orientation to informing students of registra- tion procedures. Students met privately with their counselors during class time. Counselors supervised College Board tests given on several Saturday mornings through- out the year. Working with juniors and se- niors, they helped plan future action con- cerning jobs and college qualifications. came, files and college mmlogues interested Joann Gmac and Ernie lets and notices in the office offered students o chance to find out about Gomez as they waited for appointments with their counselors. Pomph- Current Scholarsmp OpPOmm'T'e5 Gi Selefied Universities. T"""s.,5m ::' --'f,-:2 : 5 Isa.. 'liggfffszi .s,r. ' - Faculty Spent Their Spare Time Traveling, Hunting and Studying As chairman of the Tucson Education Associations art show, Frances Smith checked in one ofthe entries. Auto Mechanics teacher John Confer used the tools of his trade for his hobby which was working on his V-l6 1940 Activities ranging from studying yoga to commanding the l85lst Military Police Bat- talion, managed to keep teachers busy outside of school. While Oliver Mayfield kept him- self in shape by officiating the Western Ath- letic Conference basketball games, sports en- thusiast Lynn Rhodes was glued to the tele- vision set watching any kind of sport he could. Touring foreign countries was a pastime for many Badger teachers. Last summer, Mrs. J an Jaap visited western Europe and spent three Weeks in Scotland with relatives. Harry Smith planned to travel to the South Pacific in the summer of 1968 to study the pearl in- dustry. Teaching a year in Kuaui, Hawaii was a new experience for Mr. Nicholson. Faculty member Tiny Mae Wong started camping this year as a new hobby. Robert Hutchinson enjoyed sitting out in the middle of a lake fishing. Other wilderness campers were Ann Mockler and Eileen Beever. Climbing a sixty foot vertical cliff on Mount Lemon was one pastime for Bob King during summer vacation. Cadillac. Because of the car's rarity, Mr. Confer became a member ofthe Classic Cars of America Club. -1...-4" WWW Dennis Cowley smiled triumphantly as he displayed his prize buck after a hunting trip to the Mexican border. Al the Tucson Rifle Club, Mrs. Warren posed tor a snapshot after setting a national shooting record. E 2 mx: 9, .ek 049 19 Contribution of 400 Bought New Set of Philosopher's Encyclopedia I saw g ,fe-V 5 Browsing through books was a favorite pastime for students who were lucky enough to have a library pass. Cartons of new books, arriving every two weeks, provided fresh material for students using the libraryis resources. All new books were set up for display near the entrance to the library to attract attention. Also new to the library were two type- writers and a set of Philosophers' Ency- clopedia. A portable microfilm reader fa- cilitated use of hundreds of microfilms, in- cluding a complete file of the Arizona Daily Star from 1879 to l966. lVlicrofilms made more room possible for current magazines. Students took the opportunity to use the library's facilities every Tuesday and Thurs- day night from 7 to 9. Between 20 and 30 students always showed up for those sessions which made the project profitable according to Mr. Hayden, a Tucson High librarian. Another feature of the library was a Xerox photocopying machine. For the small price of a nickel, any industrious student could have a passage of a book copied. Model United Nations participants and other students made use of the vided for more extensive use of library equipment and made possible four library conference rooms during and after school. These rooms pro- individual study and group discussion. 20 fm Z 53 3 ' . me r A., 3 , I t ,W ,, VIQM, get if 1' ,Q s it W M. 'al' Nw, UA db mr , . Iss meek J"fi5"i'i'-y4':'A' L' it K f fwmm HUk s ' if i Q Torn and crumpled library passes frustrated student aides who stamped them. These 96: 0933 helpers shelved books, tiled cards and worked in the magazine room. Current newspapers appeared daily on the first floor of the library. Anthony Quin- if tana checked the sports page for news of upcoming football games. ,M V t vs an '-Fla?" 'H ..1,-,jf ..,,,s Teachers sparked interest in their students by presenting cur rent facts which they researched in the library. Geneva Cook Ralph Hayden Grace RGS r , ..,, iq' .. N VV ,lr it ,af 2, 1 -, ' 2 , ,V , r l' 'uv-. f 'WdM, 4 Mggm ,srr f . .sy M , KLV. 17, , A x. . Millllll l Y Q X Unusual Features of Newspapers Motivated More Reading at Home New York Stock Exchange reports and per- sonal columns provided unusual readings for several English classes. ln addition to criti- cally examining newspapers, juniors studied Shakespeare. Seniors concentrated more on foreign authors and waded through the re- quired '6Hamlet" and '4lVlacbeth." Underclassmen viewed films about authors they were currently studying. Freshmen read- ing '6Great Expectations" saw a film depicting Charles Dickens' background and parts of the movie hased on the novel. Miss Rios and Mrs. Foltz operated the Reading Lab for the third year on a government program. Tiff' is il Scrabble increased the spelling and vocabulary ability of concentration to the game while the original purpose of the Reading Lab students. Miss Mary Rios and her class applied exercise was temporarily forgotten. Wallace Austin Janette Danford Janice Duran Paul Eagan Betty Eisenberg Laverne Foltz John Harvey Rfibefl l'lGSkG'f'f Carole Heatley Helen Jacobs Mary Johnson Judith Kolb Hilda Krompasky Alice Jean Livingston gk W, 5 in 1 "l?9te1:i:::f sf' 22 - faifizf fu-,Q -?52if5sS?pe P4 if .. ii Zta , We ... . -of stew Vx- 5459 .Ao :lf mi' 4Bs.vv'2??a?'Ql.1f1Q mi x XS iw 1 .. 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M s,..:H 'mia qgg!2fL',1 , . ,,w.Bm-e Q s o Monthly magazines from Germany offered fourth year German student Tom Rintala an opportunity to test his vvits. Students of advanced lan- Concentrating on Mr. Waite's explanation, cz student listened intently and later applied what he learned in his exercises. 145 4' Q W. 1 Q ,, V -+4 wa, ,. ,,.,,.,,..,.s M ,- :t.v.cs.gflze i ,... - i +- ft Mt' 'wife Q Qs! if guages read novels and gave speeches to aid them in increasing their vocabulary and improving their diction. Fellow class member Jerry Chacon chuckled at Wing Loh's oriental literary efforts as he wrote "I go to school" in Chinese. 'I Jr , t . .1 f -5- Q is, Q W - -gf: , fifhfgwz - '--:ig-eg ' -:Q 1 i s a f 24 ' Language Arts Included . ' it r . T . . TEEQQQEF5 i!?T,:"' .,'- 2 7 51' 11 : 1 3 ' .f t 11,-f y ,k.k V 1 - we .. ri 1 , ' L-'.- We - 'Q"-,. L,,..- - Y . -,.- K.-, . ' " - , , f ' , , + Q- ' V. ' A. : fsiitifffg - , ' Lf ' -5- ' -5. VLVL qi "'LL"' f 'fre' to . s if V. i Q We - Qs. A' KE - Q Dennis Cowley Gretchen Drachman David Hooker Emesr Mqriscgl Mike Miranda Elln0f MOSTGIVO Romana Murolo John Waite Records and tapes in the foreign language lab made it possible tor teachers to pri- vately listen to students and help them improve their accents. Class in Chinese Chinese attracted 24 students for the first time this year. The new course, taught by Mr. David Hooker, stressed the reading and Writ- ing of complicated characters. Mr. Hooker taught the class first period only. Each level of French subscribed to a magazine designed for its ability. Third year German students read and paid for the maga- zine HDer Roller." Those learning Spanish also read literary works which included Span- ish and Mexican novels and plays. Students gave speeches in Spanish conversation class two or three times a week. One day hats was the subject. N . wi.-Af' vit-4Q Two hippies expressed Their views on Viet Nom in on interview before talking To on American Problems class. we 'F . U fy N, Q x ' fi X A Br Qi American History classes heard Mr. Clinton lecture on such relevonf Topics as The Spanish War, Gronfism, monopolies ond The Gospee lncidenf. An experimental World Geography class considered how to solve such world problems as slums, water and air pollution, and the population explosion. Donald Anderson Dennis Cowley Barry Dunn Robert Ferber Katherine Rust Dorothy Shirley Ron Clinton Sterling Hatfield Joe Steiner ., -T Q35 ' tiff:- :'Ni5E'f : list--iii 5' s?"'i'l' 'L 455' rv .u- - t i . - ww , ,,,g"t4" ' sa,-our - K f g, A . ci - "JY f . 9 ,gg ' is wt- -1' N' e- f fig . V ' V K5 X fc 1 ' issi k.,,: L,,'i,. E LJ Y ., , ,2 ..R, E A " .. f- E' Ai, , - f A V Q, W '- , 2 -2.- - - . Problem Class Created It Own Democratic State Stan's Museum Village supplied rifles for a speech in American History about Civil War weapons. Joe Millstone gave the report in Mr. Thomas Cooper,s class, fifth period. All American History students occasionally found it necessary to make topical reports in this class, required for juniors. Research papers were also part of the curriculum. American Problems teacher, Mr. Robert Ferber, taught his classes about self-govern- rnent by having the students elect class of- ficers, choose their topics for study during the semester, and draw up a constitution. The students also set up their own grading stan- dards and taught the class by themselves. During the second semester, Mrs. Ardeth Cropper's and Mrs. Jean Custenborder's World Geography classes joined into one class. The large class divided into small groups for the discussion of their assigned group projects. The teachers encouraged each student to present his project in a unique Way. Thomas Cooper Ardeth Cropper JSUY1 CUST?nb0"def Leon Limperis Tony Morales Don Prentice John Taylor Joel White Edllh Wlngafe get fi if--Mig .-sri as. .:..: ' ' Y-.. il si ' ' f . N. K.. ' estates -- aw , 3 ' ' -- P I Q as .A ,. A r I Q 1 R - - 41 ,ig :.1' A . ' ' ,L-V J- , ., 'Ky r',. . .e.-9 1' . .. . 1.11:-fir as ' M - 4 n ,A - ZW -' A , Y V ' -'a:.,.z:',r,2'ia - - 117'-2.5.5 :pw - A I gi .5 R 5. J.:-. : i , f 1 " ' ,., t g owls , r l ' 1, r as . as as ..,. y 27 New Equipment Helped Improve Lab Techniques Using an expensive pH-meter installed in the chemistry lab during the second semester, students measured the acidity of solutions. Also for the first complete year, biology stu- dents used two newly remodeled rooms. Desks groupecl in fours provided facilities for individual work on experiments. Dr. Robert L. Sinsheimer addressed four hundred people at the Holiday Science Lec- tures in Phoenix December 27 and 28. Six- teen delegates attended the four lectures en- titled 6'Of Life and Time and Molecules." Crowded around a water bath, Richard Johnson, Ruth Weisz and Kathy Weiler tested leaves tor chlorophyll. " 'ef' :xo L' ' 'W il!- kuywf lt Along with seven other seniors, College Chemistry student David Bear spent two hours in the lab every Wednesday doing University required work. Before beginning a horsepower experiment on the stairway outside their room, Judy Dean, Betty Crane and Kay Turner paused to check instructions. I gi' I 7, Hit! iff, 1 'iffmgezgggf ' -' ' G11 feiifzfwgsf: f. it R - sm, , f"""'o,. Y , L , ft it A ,. m,l . ff- vii ,xii wisiisfqgfffsg f we . 6 ljwm X i Q-Ki 2 at 4' fr ig I1 ' i f-Q ,ggi-L WX iam ww it . ln li . 1 -- 1 -.-, 1 Art Acosta Ralph Bailey George Bazzetta Eileen Beever Mike Borozan John Brooks Philip Buehman David Carswell Barbara Cornan Douglass Dietrich Vermont Follet John Hall Lloyd Henke Edmund Lee Gordon Morphew Marion Whiting Ready for the explosion recoil, John Schmitz stationed himself at the end The Timer domed Q ticker tape making it easy for the physics students to ofthe table to stop one of the accelerating carts set oft by Mike Steinhoft. Cqlgulqte momentum acceleration and velocity 41" ,gov 'QI' As sophomore Benny Riesgo glanced over the problem assign- ed to him, he inserted chalk in the board compass. 2' " 9 2- ,-""' .:-:- -'f,: 1,Q2:iQ.1' Computer enthusiasts .Jack Bailey and Bill Fredenburg listened to university student Tom Pittenger explain the operation of the disk control unit. To put a class lesson to practical use, Steve Acuna made change to seniors applied math to business transactions. Assignments included cal- Griselda Morones as Mr. Rhodes packed the groceries. Consumer math culating costs and sales tax for purchases. WH.-4., f' 15 I 30 sei? . ,JQTQFQQE i ?a-sera: . - ffwtew Wy: :kk E:- .gf 7, 1 K :VV Q! ' - - - fsfrvf:,'1sf12:-2 4, , K ,pi ggy -fx -' It . 'FT' uv jf Q his 2: 2- s. wigs is 1' A Q.: - , , 1 it is ' U: - 1: f " ' A V, V-:mf-fr,.,Lf.r,,gg:i-is g.t ,g 35.5, at iw. if John Bennett Cecil Baird Donald Davis Eldon Hemphill Donald Lavigne William Maugans Jean Saba Edward Sheehan Don Warren 1 is Assured that pinball machines defied all the laws of probability, Murdock Gilchriese attempted to obtain statistics to support his hypothesis. Xa C, John Dawson Jean Fay Glenn Harris Oliver Mayfield Duane Niehaus Lynn Rhodes Beverly Wilson Lawrence Wilson Tiny Mae Wong 'Math Builder' Generated Speed and Quick Answers From Class Answers crossed the minds of general math students as the ulVlath Builder" flashed prob- lems on a screen. The instrument, purchased early this year, was similar to a speed reader projector. Twenty five sets of multiplication, division, percentage, decimal and fraction problems completed the kit. Six seniors completed the Calculus and Analytic Geometry course under the direction of Duane Niehaus. The small enrollment en- abled each student to profit from informal class discussions and individual help. Introductory Computer Programming re- quired many students to spend long evening hours at the Education Center. Two Univer- sity students ran the programs each night from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The Center was also open during Christmas. The Computer Lab at the U of A was the site for a class field trip. With Mrs. Lois Seamands on sabbatical leave, Mr. Lynn Rhodes was promoted to ov- erall Math Department head. Instead of hav- ing three co-chairmen, the one unified the up- per, intermediate and lower divisions. 31 ln. New sets of furniture and machines created a realislic office aimosphere Teresa Gabriel. The girls adiusfed To pradical work rouiines by original- for Clerical Office Practice students Susan Hopkins, Janice Ellison and ing and filling sales orders for imaginary firms. Mcl Mdel Off' I ill dTh' Y Working as ei stock boy at A. J. Bayless on Speedway and Campbell, mundson load a cart with products needed on The shelves. On double Cooperative Supermarkeling sfudeni Henry Samaniego helped Jerry Os- siamp days, Henry also served as a carry-oul boy. hen? ES PICKL Mnximi 1 GROSS lS-Spin 7 953 eww KRRFT D BRRSECUE SAUCE Cl K fi, .off Gloria Alvarez PGUI CGl'm0l'1Y BGVVY Edbefg Charlotte Hopper Jan Jaap Bertha King When confronted with a problem, Margarita Flores conferred with her supervisor, Hugo Klann Ralph I-Osh John Mcccmdless Mrs. Lois Maben, at the Southern Arizona Bank Computer Center. Violef PI'ZYbYl Wef'ldY ROW Domlld Zeldmcn Gave Girls Practical Lessons in Business Twenty minutes of timed testing on each machine, including the Roneo duplicator, comprised the semester final in the Office Machines classes. Keeping in pace with the outside business world, the Tucson High School Business De- partment purchased more than sixty pieces of modern equipment. Students working in the model office used a transcribing dictaphone, an Executive and three new IBM electric type- writers. The model office consisted of four dark oak desk and table combinations. Two letter size files, two legal size files and a metal bookcase served as storage for paperwork. First year typing classes obtained twenty new standard typewriters. Also added was a photocopy machine. Clerical Office Practice students organized the company "Arizona Sales." Secretarial Practice formed the 4'First Bank." Both classes used authentic business forms printed in Graphic Arts. Miss Charlotte Hopper served as department chairman this year. All Fine Arts Departments Joined To Offer 'Arts in Action' Course Seventeen upperclassmen participated in a new fine arts program this year. 6'Arts in Actionv students worked on projects which ranged from clay sculpture and Welding to psychology. The class held an art exhibit and performance in May to present their work. Completely producing three major plays, advanced drama previewed "Bell, Book and Candle" in their annual assembly January 12. First year drama students studied the history of the theater and later presented to their classes scenes from several plays. They also learned to apply stage make-up properly. W- Lauritz Bjorlie X rc irey, A Joy Edgington A A - L Albert Groff Robert Hutchinson Ann Klemann Edward Markerr r New Elden Mathews Kathleen Sage Charles Steele Charles Todd A . a . .. '- .. f - - ,G . J' K , Stagefright proved to be a normal reaction as students in lVlarkert's speech classes spoke on every topic from pig farms to mouthwash. Fourth period advanced speech worked on interpretation, oratory and debate. The na- tional debate topic this year concerned crimi- nal investigation procedures. A new slide projector enabled the art department to increase their use of visual aids. Teachers prepared and photographed a series of slides depicting art principles and processes. A new course in ceramics in- creased the offerings of the department. Junior Mike White grimaced as he lugged an oversized piece of scenery for a school play in stagecraft class. Learning to present and receive awards was part of the second semester program for first year speech classes. Goggles were standard eye safety equipment while using the propane torch to solder metal pieces together. 1 we Left: Supervised by Mr. Mathews, Melanie Workman sculpted o figurine during on "Arts in Action" period. 35 Vocational Class Learnecl Theory Of Refrigeration Cooling units needing minor repairs found quick remedies in the hands of air condition- ing students. Each boy built his own small- scale air conditioner from models and dis- plays, and then made simple adjustments on real units. Open to all District One high school boys, the school's newest vocational class stressed construction and methods of servic- ing. Field trips to Tucson Gas and Electric Company and Hughes supplemented the course offered the first two periods. Spending two days a week in a hospital set-up enabled Practical Nursing students to learn skills and patient care. Prospective nurses studied anatomy, nutrition, diet and fundamentals of medical surgery. Lasting three hours, the course gave medically in- clined seniors one semester of college credit. One proiect in Mr. AguiIar's first year woodworking class was a completely constructed electric guitar. 5, e-new-mm... 36 Using the text as a guide and a radio as a model, Billy Wong finished soldering and wiring the amplifier he was building for electronics class. Replacing the cover on a refrigeration unit, a first year air conditioning student pre- pared to test-run the faulty motor he had just serviced. ha. W L 'FF " J mm .g , News A . - ffifgifief tffiii. 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S Adalberto Aguilar Harry Goldstein Walter Martin Robert Rusk Robert Barclay Melvin Huffaker Wilmer Martin Robert Sandin Otis Chidester Stanley Jennings Robert Ortiz Ralph Segerstrom John Confer Bob King John Rebrovich Matthew Swadner Using a T-square and a right triangle, first year mechanical drawing stu! direction of MF- Ed Segerstrom Gnd Mr. Johrt dent Lonnie Wiles drew detailed drawings of machine parts. Under the learned howto letter Gnd draw to Scale. 5 y , 12 Mgr" H""""1'-me ,W was Merle Denning James Kinsey Edna Ross William Welch Rebrovich, studen ts also S M , , i, ,,.M,,fW, ' f new-A i W J if 1,3 ' - . . I ,-wilt,Q-fifimaiiw' ef' Homemcikers Hcicl Tea for Faculty At Tuscon High Field trips to a furniture store and super- markets helped future homemakers prepare for their own family life. A unit on foreign foods sparked student's interest While it taught them about original cooking. An increased enrollment in homemaking courses created a need for new appliances. Toasters, waffle irons, an electric knife and a blender supplemented the equipment. Girls were not the only students taking Home Ee. Thirty boys enrolled in Food Ser- vice and Homeliving studied subjects such as restaurant management and child care. is , it lil L gs ii H 'A "'s.Li- ' s . , as iw as M"-s' A . 9,-,L y , aff., xref. 1 t N ' ' D A, '12 ' "Ewa-1. 9 's The Home-ec department's Christmas Tea found students decorating their class living room. Refreshments awaited teachers who dropped by during the day. Groups of Food Service students divided into miniature kitchens for cooking assignments. The class organized itself so that every person was doing something necessary every moment. Marian Dobbins Ruth Hoehn Reva Manning A wig' 'X 4 -sk X- sr T i r iss? sg A K3 Q ,. ' YM- ,N . M S , e My 5 w Jo Anne Treffs Marilyn Warren 38 ia Films, Lectures Encouraged Driving Safety Reviewing driving laws with the use of the magnetic board, Jack McCollum explain- ed to his class the regulations concerning left-hand turns. tgirl- we J. - .fag ,, ' . H il r First year Home Ec classes studied the behavior of children by running a kindergar- ten. The youngsters enjoyed acting out the song "l'm a little teapot." H are 1 i Q .1 ,fr 'S K., ' 2 " ,. X'-x,,,., ,,,, , M If ,. Vivid movies in full color impressed upon Driveris Education students the need for traf- fic safety. Required for one six weeks period during the sophomore year, the course pre- sented speakers such as Highway Patrol and Police officers to inform the students of Ari- zona laws for defensive driving. Applications for Drivers' Training filled the department's files as a larger and larger number of students requested the course. Learners drove new cars donated by local dealers. Beginners used drivo-trainers before receiving behind the wheel experience. R. C. Kline Gordon Logan Harry Smith Fireman Walter Shumaker demonstrated rescue equipment during his visit to the Drivers' Education classes. 39 N 1 N 40 Girls Who Excelled in Athletics Entered Sports Leadership Class Final renovation of the boy's gymnasium was completed before basketball season be- gan. A two year program included refinishing the floors, repainting the walls and installing a new ceiling. A majority of the boys' physical education classes used the gym. Left: Physical fitness and sportsmanship were two qualities that boys developed through physical education. Sue Clark Larry Hall Virginia Romero Richard Carr Jason Greer Arthur Niemi Kay Sweeney William Westervelt James White Ray Adkins Nona Edwards Donald McAlpine Virgil Stan Helen Willis Charles Cook Lynn Lybeck Carol Scoville Margaret Tilghman Sandy Trigg Judith Wynn Junior and senior girls enrolled in the Sports Leadership class gained insight into sports as they learned to officiate. Emphasis was on theory and individual improvement. With the addition of a new gymnastics class, girls on the team had extra practice time. Swinging their iump ropes like lassos, girls in Mrs. Tilghman's rhythm class practiced routines to music. - -r -f-f , , ' 'ww ":'2asE:ta 2 " :Emma .a w . . as at K .. .Q rr., farmer:-ff -. -gr wvzslfaa fii lgilt .. ' V V A - f :liiifii " K - - 1 W Q, 55, 'U j A 1 s ,5wfrfz3?i:3'?fsrgiH - -, . ' '7 . EET it , . J will 'wwfizfrymufm i'vWX?ml:3 ::.':':." . "tE1 M laiitiigastiifiiisttihaims i it eam4wHa at ww . ya ,j g 32 'Ki fr r ,n i . 3-is spa' ,. ff: . fzQi5g ?l1 K5 ' ' iwiil sf' . ,A t or 1 Li sasssfififffii 1' ' 3-fe" as c , any ww W , ., as 'F ff Wag H is W , f A grim: ezgtiastawfe Q - - :a,a,ass1sA 2 Af- an .,., , l was ,- 2. Y Nu. all 5, Q..-.-. fears , . W i fr ,ta- - e ' r if fa2Eiifif2ft5?iT'2ff2QKti ' A 'i'ts' 1 s W M -- . -are Q, ,,. , f - . ' Q, 'Es 'ff i tt' ts r li J tg tw y Q it i 41 While wailing for athletes to report for physicals, Dr. Kenan and Nurse Robinson checked over their records. After the Audubon Society finished their program, Charlie Horton locked all of the doors for the night. Taking time out from work, custodians Sara Fina Garcia and Cy Sanchez enjoyed donuts and coffee provided for them on Custodians Appreciation Day. As early as 7:30 u.m. cafeteria cook Mrs. Katie Clark placed trays of hundreds of hamburger patties in to cook in The huge ovens for the noon lunches. Behind a full length counter, the bookstore staff compiled the bulk of Gladys Broyles and Norma Pod helped students who came in to purchase Tucson High's financial paperwork. Hillary Fitzsimmons, Frank Tellez, books and tickets or pay theirfees. School Staffs Served over 3500 Students Secretaries Helen Bowers, Marynel Weaver and Lynda Bauersachs gathered around athletic and speech trophies returned after cleaning and polishing. Twenty-eight cafeteria Workers assembled snack bar lunches for students. Occasionally a hot dish broke the monotony of sandwiches. For the benefit of late risers who missed breakfast, an employee opened the Snack Bar before school. Hungry students could pur- chase a carton of milk or a turnover. Upperclassmen missed a friendly face on campus during the lunch hour. c'Charlie the Cop," who completed his eleventh year of ser- vice, no longer Worked the noon shift. He safeguarded the school from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Carl Herrman patrolled the other two nights. The Attendance Office streamlined the handling of absence excuses. Each slip had the teacher's identification number and the num- ber of the excuse stamped on it. Daily, they published an Excluded From Class List nam- ing the absentees who Were unexcused. Mr. Asa Murrow and Mr. Oliver Miller, the school engineers, set up the microphones in the auditorium and in the stadium for as- semblies. The two were also responsible for tending to any electrical difficulties. 43 Democracy- the practice of representative government was an integral part of the issues involving all Badgers. Every Tucson High student maintained old traditions of excellence through greater purpose, greater understanding and greater responsibility. By nominating, electing, presiding and honoring, we all influenced our MYRIAD OF MOTION. wks W y N l i R rs? E' E553 eff gigs? W,-ge fx, i - . ,. ma s s :31:.x'a:,:".'?E'f:EEx, : -B. :if dfe 1 ?Sf1i5is iiH H - '- Student Government and Honors s X Q ,- 'hid L r V II .rn K 4 gf' ' in A . - K 5 -me t 'X A M1 't , A . 8 , a I fy ,-at - if L yi ., , r x --. SENIOR COUNCILMEN Linda Padilla, Diane Quevedo, Jeff Derickson, Kent Sebring and Mattie Green. i s i,,e L. wi l ck ,,,, wi S i 5, 4 mem my V iv- rfil 'wana ,, v ' v it JUNIOR COUNCILMEN Debbie Purvis, Bob Dorson, Julie Piccoli, Patsy Lee and Susan Walker lnot picfuredl. Chedfing OUT U 5P"l7e Wefe 5eC"3lU"leS P0UlU Abovd Gnd Belle Tom Gnd The Student Council Officers looked over the sports cars that Precision President Ralph Edgar, with Vice-President Snow Peabody at the controls. Motors supplied for Homecoming- 0 46 Councilman Jeff Derickson who o eroted the to e recorder durin lunch ever do 1 P P Q Y Y, watched the reaction of ci song dedication with passer-by, Bobby Morris. SOPHOMORE COUNCILMEN Vivian Mochcdo, Dove Edgar, Cindy Fein, Pam Bennett and Debbie Young lnot picturedl. Council Revised Old Constitution Of Tucson High With changes in the Administration came changes in the Student Council. Mr. lVlallamo, the new adviser, gave Student Council a freer rein to do what they wanted. With this added incentive, a special committee finished revis- ing the Tucson High Constitution and pre- sented it to the student body. Behind the door of their refurnished of- fice, Student Council planned annual projects. The Car Caravan, a Council sponsored ac- tivity, was a success with over thirty cars participating. Councilmen handed out lapel cards twice a week, increasing spirit and promotiong interest in school events. Among one of the Council's newer proj- ects was playing music on tape during lunch. Every week, students heard a new tape, re- corded by the Radio Bureau, with popular songs and current school news. Student Coun- cil also kept students informed of all new de- cisions. They posted the minutes of each meet- ing on all bulletin boards and printed them in each issue of the Cactus Chronicle. FRESHMAN COUNCILMEN Patti Purvis, Terry Bloom, Amy Ares, Vickie Martinez and Jim Fisher lnot picturedl. 47 Representatives Voiced Student Ideas While X X i i l " X5 9 513 Q xr 'Q A hi. :.... Facial expressions displayed reactions to the early morning Homeroom to combine their efforts and organize the annual Christmas box proiect Representative meetings held in the auditorium. The members managed benefiting needy families in Tucson. Honoring his birthday with a party, the Representatives sur- Mothers of football players received corsages before the Tucson-Pueblo game. The prised Snow Peabody with "A Portrait of Snow." parents then saw the action from reserved seats in the stadium. in tn ' fig' f""""i 48 Traditions Court Concluctecl Trials by Jury Cross-examination gave court lawyers a chance to question defendants. Richard Upshaw listened to Bruce Shaw testify under oath while on the stand. After four years of non-participation, Tuc- son High once again aided the Milk Fund Drive under the direction of the HOME- ROOM REPRESENTATIVES. The drive proved to be profitable with Tucson High col- lecting more money than any other school and thus receiving the Milk Fund trophy. In addition to the traditional Teachers Ap- preciation Day, Homeroom Representatives initiated Custodians Appreciation Day. Pig- skin Parents Night, honoring the parents of football players, and the Christmas box proj- ect completed their calendar of events. Justice, another integral part of student government, was practiced by the TRADI- TIONS COMMITTEE. The court tried stu- dents guilty of breaking the school's code of ethics. Offenders appeared before Chief Jus- tice ,lim Neavitt and the eight elected class justices who heard the cases and decided upon appropriate punishments. Sentences ranged from writing themes or citizenship reports to cafeteria clean-up duty. TRADITIONS COMMITTEE Bottom Row: Pati Hacke, Tina Brady, Sylvia Abby Cady. Top Row: Ron Figueroa, Jim Neavitt, Mike Charles RiCl1Ofd Lee. Second Row: Adviser Mr. Rhodes, Duane Combs, Bobby Borboa, Upshaw, Brad Lovitt. f f I If N' I l in WP' RED CROSS COUNCIL Bottom Row: Norma Brevick, Bertha Gamez, Betty Row: 5liGf0f1 NeUmUnn. T0mmY Gift, DOVE Fedefhofl MUl'ClU BUSHYW, 50llY Wittels, Chris Maciulla, Belle Tom, Lee Mitchell. Second Row: Kathy GGVdl"1eV,J0liH Hflll, DUUVWG C0fT!bS- Kalinski, Dannie Stark, Diana Lyczyski, Mama Ares, Mary Reidy. Top eedy Children Benefited From Red Cross Aid Charity, friendship and understanding were the objectives of the RED CROSS COUNCIL. In pursuing these goals, the Coun- cil sponsored three service projects. They filled Overseas Gift Boxes and an Interna- tional School Chest to send to underdeveloped countries. For the International School Album program, the members assembled a Tucson High scrapbook for a foreign school. In order to finance these projects, the Council promoted the annual Red Cross Drive, collecting over 35500. Remaining funds financed seasonal parties in local hospitals. Senior members helped take the Senior Fol- lies to the School for the Deaf and Blind. Red Cross Council instituted a new pro- gram to orientate new members for next year. Officers interviewed applicants early second semester and let them work with old council- men during the remaining twelve weeks. Mrs. Dorothy Shirley acted as adviser. 50 Tucson High's Red Cross chapter participated in the International School Chest pro- gram. Packing the box are Dave Federhar and Steve Brophy. l Graduation Ceremony Solufed Top Twenty Being editor of the Cactus Chronicle occu- pied much of top senior RONNY PAUL's time. Ronny was an active speech squad mem- ber and treasurer of National Forensic League. The Anytowner served as the Inter- High School Brotherhood Council's Program Director and participated in Senior Hi-Y. Anytowner KATHIE EDSON was secre- tary of the human relations-based Inter-High School Brotherhood Council. A songleader and Terpsi member, Kathie also acted as co- news editor of the Cactus Chronicle and was a member of National Honor Society. BELLE TOM prepared for a career in systems engineering with courses in Calculus, College Chemistry and Computer Program- ming. ln addition, Belle attended the Holiday Science Lectures and a dinner banquet spon- sored by professional engineers. Corresponding Secreicry Belle Tom and Chronicle News Editor Kathie Edson worked on the Rodeo Queens floor. ?""-f-, KTM Vaiedidorian of his class, Ronny Foul attended a class ot the University in addition to his regular courses. 51 , ,14- 4 'QQ 40 Painstakingly sanding the inside of the drawer, Jeff Fall neared completion on his cabinet for woodworking. Top Seniors for Si Nano Bliss kept in mind that good-fitting ski boots must be snug as she tried on a pair of Ski Haus. x Semesters Strugglecl to Keep Grades High Summer and winter, ROBERT SELBY spent his free time with his two favorite sports, surfing and skiing. National Honor Society honored the three year Pinnacle member by initiating him as a junior. Mountain climbing held a special interest for third-year Pinnacle member JEFF FALL. In addition, he Worked on his collection of coins and minerals. Jeff planned to study dentistry for his profession. To supplement her school activities, Girl Stater VICKI VANCE undertook the duties of secretary for the Metropolitan Hi-Y Council and represented Tucson High on Levy's Hi- Board. Vicki was Girls League business man- ager and a varsity cheerleader. Interested in making physical education her major in college, CAROL ANTONICK helped in Tucson High,s P.E. department through honor service. Carol received first- hand business knowledge as a salesgirl in the DECA program working at Penney's. Journalism as a future goal attracted Na- tional Hono r Society member DEBBIE COSTIN. While planning to major in this field in college, Debbie gained valuable ex- perience as Editor-in-chief of the Tucsonian. She was also elected to Girls, State. 52 Every picture for the Tucsonian passed through the hands of JERRY VILLA, the year- book's photography coordinator, before being processed. Jerry was also a member of Na- tional Honor Society. Outside of school, he enjoyed reading and basketball. National Forensic League historian SHARON NEUMANN was a four year mem- ber of the speech squad and accumulated more points in tournaments than any other member. Even as a participant in the EX- ploratory Teaching program, Sharon found time to be Proof Editor for the Quarterly staff. Head of the high school committee against the War in Viet Nam, NANO BLISS was an active peacenik. Although this Was her main interest, Nano found time to be treasurer of Terpsi, president of the Ski Club and a mem- ber of National Forensic League. Intrigued by O r i e n t a l philosophy, ODETTE COURTNEY thought that the con- temporary arts had lost all perspective. Odette enjoyed swimming in the ocean and planned to go to college in California where she intended to major in English Literature. Recording picture ideas on a calendar was one of the duties of Jerry Villa, yearbook photography coordinator. 0. Sharon Neumann attended many classes at the University of Arizona so that she could translate lectures into the hand alphabet for deaf students enrolled in the courses. Before modeling in the "Fashion Revolution," Vicki Vance and Carol Antonick passed the inspec- tion of coordinator Debbie Costin who helped with last minute adiustments. If a mogul could not be deloured, it had to be lumped. Robert Selby successfully kept his balance after leaping the hazard and continued down the slope to finish the run. 53 Outside Interests Ranged From Th ology to Warming up before a Hi-Y basketball game with Rincon, center Jack Bailey guarded Jim Barr who drove in from the top of the key. Fifth period, Margaret Shoumaker manned the National Honor Society Paper- back Bookstore which was in the northwest corner ofthe Main. Fi 552 54 i 2 9 E Inspired by her sister, Diane Dodds designed a wireless chandelier which held decorated eggshells instead of lights. ., 1,-MW Q ...ii Ji, 'i V H in . A , c ...- . V . O . Z C F Cf C N 5 S P S B A C H A P A E .5 .sn I 55 ' Eggshell Painting and Ghost Town Hunting Sports enthusiast JACK BAILEY pursued his pleasures as Sports Editor of the Cactus Chronicle and as center on his I-Ii-Y basket- ball team. Jack received a letter of commenda- tion for his score on the National Merit Scho- lastic Qualifying Test. After nomination to the Air Force Acade- my, JIM BARR underwent physical and mental aptitude tests before an acceptance de- cision. The Tucsonian Sports Editor and Se- nior Cabinet member was the Senior Prom publicity chairman and a member of Hi-Y. German, French, Spanish and Italian dom- inated the studies of Pinnacle member DIANE DODDS. I-Ier extensive studies in language prepared Diane for a career as a translator or a foreign language teacher. LEONARD GEE devoted much of his time to the Chinese Youth Christian Fellow- ship and its organizational activities. He also participated actively in the International, Latin and Bi-Chem-Phy clubs. Licensed as one of the nation's youngest ministers for the Assemblies of God Church, MIKE CUNNINGHAM traveled through the West, speaking for associate congregations. The National Honor Society president was also co-editor of the Quarterly. Ghost towns in southern Arizona were fre- quent haunts of MARGARET SHOUMAKER. Once out of the abandoned cities, she liked to read and to listen to all kinds of music. At home, she taught herself to play the guitar, piano and harmonica. Spelunking ventures held a special inter- est for TOM RINTALA and offered him a chance to enlarge his rock collection. At home Tom enjoyed tinkering with electronics and, on occasion, with photography. Recognition came to MURDOCK GIL- CHRIESE as top science student in the school when he won the annual Bausch and Lomb test. Murdock planned a career in either physics or electrical engineering. e M d k Gilchriese and Tom Rintala worked on the dis- Speaking from the pulpit, Mike Cunningham delivered a sermon to the n f s I tons Advanced College Chemistry. congregation ofthe First Assemblies of God Church. IQZTA X 55 Anyiowners decided Thai difficulfy in communications caused conflict Dave Edgar, Naomi Berkowiiz, Joe Wilder, Kathie Edson, Mary Beth between racial and religious groups. Atfending The convention were Bliss, Oscar Paredes and Ronny Paul lnot picruredl. SI I 'cl cl N I' I P I I cl Boy Stulers mei in Flagsiaff and adiourned a day earlier Than The Girl Sieve Brophy, Debbie Cosiin, Vicki Vance and Kenf Sebring. Ralph Ed- Staters who convened in Tucson. Delegates were Paula Aboud, Belle Tom, gar and Marc Zimmerman are not pictured. 56 American Chemical Society members recognized Mr. George Bazzetta, head of the Science Department, as one of the nations top six chemistry teachers. "And the World Stopped, Waiting" was the prize-winning story by Mr. Heimowitz, on sabbatical this year. Select Students and Lauclecl Two Teachers Tucson High delegates voiced the opinions of Ghana, the United States, indonesia and Rhodesia at Model U. N. held at the University of Arizona. Discussion topics at ANYTOWN centered around minority groups and religious beliefs. The Tucson High delegates met with students from all over Arizona at the human relations camp in Prescott. Services of seven World religions highlighted the week. Arizona BOYS STATE and GIRLS STATE, sponsored by t.he American Legion Auxiliary, gave seniors a chance to practice democratic government. Participants nomi- nated, campaigned for and elected officers who presided over the mock state. Weeks of preparation paid off for Tucson High delegates to MODEL UNITED NA- TIONS, held in December. They became ac- quainted With a Working knowledge of the procedures, purposes and goals of the organi- zation and those of member countries. Two faculty members received S1000 awards in their respective fields. The James Bryant Conant award honored George Baz- zetta for all-around excellence in the field of teaching chemistry. Winning the NEA Jour- nal's Writing Contest was ,l ack I-Ieimowitz. 57 Pinnacle Emphasized Scholarship By Honoring Qualified Students Special acclaim came to seventy-seven stu- dents at the Pinnacle assembly held in ,l anu- ary. Eighteen seniors, thirty juniors and thir- ty sophomores received pins and certificates for academic excellence achieved in the pre- ceding year. Tucson High's unique scholastic honorary did not function as a club. Its mem- bers met only at the assembly. A committee of three teachers determined the requirements for membership in Pinnacle, established in l958. To qualify, a student must have been enrolled in five credits at Tuc- son l-ligh for the previous year and must have maintained at least a 1.33 average with no se- mester grades lower than a 2. Eligibility in- cluded satisfactory citizenship. SENIOR PINNACLE Bottom Row: Diane Dodds, Cindy Bach- man, Diane Quevedo, Sharon Neumann, Natalie Shelar. Top Pinnacle's pin and certificate symbolized its purpose. The lamp of knowledge inspired continuation in education while JUNIOR PINNACLE Bottom Row: Betty McLane, Anne Matsu- shino, Susan Walker, Peggy Scott, Sabina Farr, Jeannie Lee. Second Row: Teresa Cole, Mary Reidy, Julie Piccoli, Allyson swiss' wear 58 Row: Don Tharp, Mike Cunningham, Vicki Vance, Ronny Paul, Joe Wilder, Jeff Fall, Murdock Giichriese. the "T" printed on the highest peak honored those who had attained academic heights at Tucson I-Iigh. Taylor, Elias Bustamante, Joe Padias, Top Row: Alan Luke, David Federhar, Irene Mann, Joan Weaver, Richard Miller, Doug Larson, Roland Pasternack. . " , , "w-aww" 'bs-7 SOPHOMORE PINNACLE Bottom Row: Lily Jew, Helen Kassander, Phyllis Gillespie, JoAnn Wong, Katie Mancief, Mary Beth Bliss, Nancy Scott, Sylvia Wittels, Mimi Blitzer, Second Row: Diane Andrade, Ruth Harrison, William Tom, Donald Gin, Ann Dahlen, Gloria Misner, Donna Trifan, 1 x I lk yu Liiw Bob Messing, David Pattison. Top Row: Adalberto Gonzalez, Eva Pad- gett, Richard Halle, Anne Towne, Joe Decker, Jim Wezelman, Frank Postillion, Kevin Sievert, Louis Laz, Mike Zimmerman. X avwlk gg Q A 1 n 5 Q mzq . ,ac - be lam-1 ns Saftxlh sax!! . Q MOBY DICK 1 4 num. few: fmfggi H". 1fsw.:y5 ,Q I x 3 i X- ' n- lf . ..'i2,i'Uf "Ulu ""'Tl0NAky Wfiffwfk W lug, R 'Wu 1!Lf.fwr,4,,,, Huang UH RH XX I1 Il ls -...Wx ei 1.-,DM s W ,Q ., 5 um .3 ' A "'A"e"' 'sc - fs - M i , 32 V. ,. ie4?j!ZfK1 ,r i lt. i 1 Q Q 6 uf ,iw fav if get Q, f.,Q,f1,,fyf,, E iga-,Si , l i L , X 'x 'ZR ,-I 1 EQ Q -vw .L ,zf 3 R ,A v.,, l VW., K A Q, A r-V, 23, ,.,s,,i, Q 5 1 , Y R, fl my P K wi is , svx ' Q ' fr Paula Aboud Anna Ballesteros Hannah Berkowitz Debbie Cosiin .lim Barr Ste Alice Crane . -i-' nf .. 'DN K . ' r A, 5 ' 43' K2 , f -1,21 we fi, -dl Carol Antonick ve Brophy rv. Y N , , X... - ,.. y to ci .M I., A ii-of 1 ri , as V K' ,N i if ' -...f Jack Bailey David Bear Joan Colirin Mike Cunnin gham .. , ,,. I Jeff Derickson Diane Dodds Kathie Edson Titles ranged from "The Foumainheadu To "Wha'r's New, Charlie Brown?" in the Jeff Fall Leonard Gee Murdock Gilchriese ' ' Paii Hacke Pai Linkenbach Nancy McDonald paperback bookstore sponsored by the National Honor Society. 60 QW K I W cw, 1 if ,"'L ,,-' -f L,,- . Q-M., X 1,-4 ' f 'L 155'-f if 'V K -, n i I , 'ik'--.-Q- 32 , f X 3 T' t 1-.E Honor Society's Senior Members Poppecl Popcorn Coinciding with the Homecoming festivi- ties in November, the National Honor Society sponsored Spirit Week. Each day of the week had its own theme and money-making project. The finale of the week was the Badger-Que, a hamburger cook-out, before the Homecom- ing game. The money earned during the week went toward a scholarship which was pre- sented to an Honor Society member at the graduation ceremonies on June 6. As in the past, NHS operated the paper- back bookstore, although from a new loca- tion. It was moved from the southside of the cafeteria to the first floor of the Main in the northwest corner. In addition to the book- store, the Honor Society collected money by selling popcorn at home basketball games. This year's senior members, who were elected in the spring of their junior year, of- fered their services for tutoring. National Honor Society initiated additional seniors in Mary Manciet Sharon Neumann Anna Paredes Ronny Paul . . Karen Richards Tom Rintala John Schmitz Robert Selby Apfll- In May, the honorary WC1COII16d JU' Margaret Shoumaker Belle Tom Gloria Valenzuela Vicki Vance ' Jerry Villa Dan Weisz Edith Zagona Marc Zimmerman nlors who were Selected the faculty' Piping hot french fried popcorn made a big hit with the Tucson High fans Honor Society members, working in two shifts of three, found that the and visiting opponents at basketball games held in the gym. Six National best business was during halftime. 61 H emlines crept up in 1968 while boys, hairlines grew longer. Bustling Badgers kept spirit high as Friday night games drew anticipating crowds. Some students found moments for relaxation. Some used spare time for studying, working and visiting friends. Homecoming, proms, plays and dances all contributed to our MYRIAD OF MOTION. A 'ings , Avggaffffffvla,-. ,, QMS ,f2ff371fErMdf?'1flV W 2f2mnz4TfmgA D2iS71f?-ww M Q W , M, M ,M fs,-V A.?i2s,AA2?f'2a,'fI21 f5v55?Q2F1F3,:"..h -1-Q f f ,WQQQQE3 , ggg?32kv?53fg7A f5Q5WQ75f5ii?-'Q?7','1'A wf , ' agp-fl.: QAfvgwgm,l wffQg,fgm- -s. i '55 f "Kms .. agaggimgag1fsQ5gws,'f:?i:AV A N -f'f??z,F'W Q3'fMt xx Q. ' if L, ,, g 1' -1 ,gffff'2:,Qxs'r. Swffh Student Life Bond Performed, Students Donced At Annual Mixer i'Curses, foiled again!" was the reaction of students when they found that hall passes and absence slips were numbered and almost forge-proof. New locks also surprised those who had memorized friends' combinations. Energetic and loaded with new responsi- bilities, Badgers gathered at the Girls, League back-to-school mixer. Because the gym floor was being refinished, the pep rally and dance were held in the park. Freshmen and new stu- dents found time to get acquainted. Designed to make lockers safer, the new builtin locks had To be worked more slowly to open on the first try. XXX 3,2 3' g Addressing a crowded stadium at The first pep assembly, Ralph Edgar urged Badgers to support the team. 64 'K JN Portrait time found Arsenio Bernal and Katheriane Bergquist nervously primping as they awaited their turns. Roaring crowds and a blaring marching band marked Tucson High's first football game. Badger fans cheered as quarter- +X--f'- Colorful paper mache flower nametags identified Girls' League Council hostesses at the annual fall mixer. back Carlos Figueroa led the players through the Badger ban- ner and onto the Palo Verde field. . 65 A liicxi ff'Q,a E ix X 'f . uf 7 Qi' 2. ,X s i 3 Strutting across the stage Girls' League member Mattie Green displayed inappropriate attire for school. Girls' League Council 1 L.,. Q- 0 1 sf .1 fi , 4 ,f .Y , K, N it By holding a bake sole, Red Cross Representatives strove to reach their fund drive goal ot S560 to buy supplies for soldiers in South Viet Nam. One of the new dance crazes, the bugclloo, found enthusiastic followers in Elaine Aguirre and her partner as they danced to a popular band. gl..-esgm:1xLsgs, sm.. - I -K1 . x t sg' K A A K g.f1.1 it -- , 1 W ' K .pg nf Q, , ff . ,Q , ' . 5, sw, i . gv ,A - 1. K -U , 5 Functions Dominated September Activities iwesgafw . ff, A if is Contemplating about offensive team strategy, center Art Moore hoped for a break in the Palo Verde game. "Program or Service?" pondered many prospective Girls' Lea- gue members as they tried to decide what committee to ioin '4Buy Creepy-Teen if you want to be in with it," echoed Sharon Neumann as Girls' League Council presented its annual Dress Right Assembly. The skit emphasized the league's dress regulations for school. Models displayed fashions contrasting good and bad. Badgers congregated in the stadium for the first pep assembly on September 15, giv- ing students a chance to meet the new football coach and team. Enthusiastic Badgers fol- lowed cheers of Thunderation, Spirit and Two-Bits as pepsters Went through routines. Following the Catalina game, students crowded into the cafeteria where the first after-game dance of the year occurred. uThe Knightly Affairi' provided lively music. Thirsty girls gathered in the cafeteria for the Girls' League Coke Party on Sep- tember 28. The five chairmen explained the duties of the committees before each girl signed up for the committee of her choice. at the league's annual Coke Party. Members handed each girl a coke and cookie to welcome her. 67 0 7 IV 'N lF"'s use npn-C ,......- T 5 i r P TuCsoNiAN QUEEN SEMI-FINALISTS Bonom Row: Nancy Shen- Top Row: Moria Gaiieao, Linda Padilla, Jamie Haynes, Elaine karow, Anna Ballesieros, Diane Quevedo, Carol Anionick. A9Ui"fe,ViCkiVUf1Ce, MGTTV2 Gfeefi- ' Sophomore David Edgar Ioafed on The bus as he awaited The "Exif ihe Body," The drama deparfmenfs first play of the year, Trip that would fake Badgers To the Phoenix game. starred Marcia Basrin in the role of Jenny. i 5152 S 1...,.w.,., Lula- i i During a pep assembly, senior boys clowned as they iokingly gave fans a sneak preview of strategy the Badger team would use against Salpointe High. Top entry in the car caravan displayed a Rincon Ranger hung in effigy. Senior Dan Robinson colorfully decorated his car to earn the ten-dollar prize, Badgers Pushed Milk Fund Drive To Earn Trophy Ending a successful drive to collect money for needy children, Tucson High counted more than 3370 in its Milk Fund. Student vol- unteers covered shopping centers and home- rooms to earn the traveling trophy for gather- ing more money than any other school. Tucsonian sales rose as students took to heart the theme of the sales campaign, 'iSe- curity is a Tucsonianf' Yearbook staff mem- bers dressed up as 6'Peanuts" comic strip characters in their Tucsonian assembly. De- signed to encourage yearbook buyers, the skits warned everyone not be left out. Highlighting the Tucson-Rincon game was the traditional Car Caravan. Competing Bad- gers paraded their decorated cars around the bookstore. The Hbest dressed" car earned ten dollars and the second place winner received ten gallons of gas. Judging was based on quality as well as originality. After heading the most successful Milk Fund Drive in the city, Snow Peabody accepted the traveling trophy. ,M-awry' Dummies of Pueblo players, crepe paper ond colorful signs sparked the sophomore holl during spirit week. Mysterious Donor's Gift W-we 'Wai' 2 N, f wx As she awaited the game, o homeroom representative served o nervous mother of c football ployer with coffee ond coke ot Pigskin Porents' Night. "Well, I really think this topic is very good," pointed out Julie Piccoli Council Workshop, After the conference, students returned to their to Vicki Martinez, cs they selected topics to be discussed ot the Student schools and applied the solutions. s 1... l Boostecl Blazer Drive Dress codes and lagging school spirit highlighted the agenda for the Student Coun- cil Workshop on November 4, as student lead- ers from district schools gathered at Tucson High. Former Student Body President, John Marshall talked on 'iWhei'e is youth going?", relating to the future of our generation. Classes competed for the best school spirit with each class decorating an assigned hall. Balloons, streamers and signs covered the walls promoting spirit for the Pueblo game. Teachers judged the halls, rewarding the seniors with first place for their individu- ality and creativity in decorating the first floor of the Vocational building. American Problems teachers pushed a drive to raise money for red blazers to be worn by students traveling out of town to par- ticipate in extra curricular activities. The teachers formed a student committee which scheduled the Alfred Hitchcock movie, HThe Birds" to raise funds for the blazers. Campaign chairman, Alice Crane and other students on the blazer drive committee examined several new styles avail- 4 a I ' i i , l I I I l 'Y f fr The Badger head symbolized the spirit of Tucson High as it traveled to important games and activities. able. Mrs. Shirley and Mr. Morales put in extra time to help push the drive to buy the red blazers. Z 4 ,gg if ti' 3, A 72 Gilbert Felix tion platform A5 0 member of NHS -,lm BOW donned U Chefs hm and CPVOW and be game To eaT hamburgers cooked over on open pn barbeque The Bad came a cook for the Badger Que Badgers came To The park before The ge, Que Wrapped up G Week of Spmf rqlsmg pl-Glens Hungry freshmen attending a Badger-Que for The first time found good eating minus the task of doing dishes. Tucsonian Queen Carol Antonick Took a victory lap around the field so fellow Badgers could congratulate her. Candy Sale, Barbeque, Homecoming Game Following Tucson High's football victory over Amphi, excited students relaxed while they danced To the sounds ofthe Kingdom Come in the cafeteria. Spirit Week and Homecoming coincided this year, with National Honor Society spon- soring most of the activities. Members started off the week by selling chocolate footballs and peppermint sticks to raise money for scholar- ships. On Wednesday, Flower Power Day, paper flowers were sold during lunch. Before school on Friday, students came to a pep rally, after which hot chocolate was sold in the cafeteria. During lunch that day, lettermen captured all those not wearing school colors and threw them in the wfijuana Jail." ,lailbirds had to buy something red and white or sing the school fight songs to get out. The Badger-Que fed the hungry with beans and hamburgers during the evening. The climax of that night's game with Amphi was the crowning of the Tucsonian Queen during halftime. Student Body Presi- dent Ralph Edgar placed the crown on the head of Carol Antonick after she opened the only box of red roses among the five finalists. 73 Queen Received Red Roses at Coronation Anna Ballesteros Mattie Green Linda Padilla Vicki Vance :K1f':A:fwfw:ewf2Fw-f:ffVzfgwzs?:faaff1Jf1wasVw. Jawf'ff:QFiwzs2sflmVw'-1. 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Styles modeled ranged from sleepwear to mini-skirts and pantsuits. A pop- ular band, uThe Knightly Affair," provided music as each girl displayed her attire. Assemblies accompanied the month of De- cember as three school organizations made their first appearance. The varsity basket- ball team began the season with a pep as- sembly, while the orchestra gave its perfor- mance the following Week. Terpsichoros pre- sented a modern dance program on December 18 centered around Christmas. Perched high on a ladder, students placed ornaments, lights and tinsel on the Christmas tree in the lobby. Jumping rope during the first basketball assembly, Ron Tellez showed the crowd one of the team's exercises. 76 'xg .," - LE? "E."'l ,va4'?7' Few 23, This family of 14 members accepted a Christmas box filled with toys and 'food Even damp weather didn't discourage students from after from Dean Cotlow and Carole Harrison, members of Mr. Markert's class. school snacking at a favorite spot, Taco Bell. Displaying the latest mod clothes in fashion, models from Tucson High ground music as she modeled, senior Linda Ellis wore a glittering mini- participated in the Girls' League Fashion Show. Dancing to pop back- dress with matching textured stockings. 2 Colorful many gir corscges and long lengTh ls' ciiire for fhe formal evening gloves complemenfed evenT. Gigantic Chess Boards While his girl freshened up in The Powder Room, Von Sorkiss paused for refreshments furnished GT the Prom. Shining faces mirrored The excitement ond oniicipction of Beryl Boker and her escorf cs They cwoifed ci long-standing Tradition, the Grand Merch. Highlighted Checkmclte Theme at Prom Getting a late start, Carol Barrett and Mike Laswell left for the dance after return- ing from a traditional full course dinner at The Panda House. Bits of broken mirror, glittering with the reflections of colored lights, enhanced the Senior Prom. Huge chess figures emphasized the Black and White colors. Advisers Ernest Mariscal and Ed Segerstrom planned the dance with Senior Cabinet and officers. A receiving line and Grand March started off the formal event, followed by dancing to the music of Louie Leonis orchestra. After the prom, seniors Watched the movie "Cool Hand Luke." A dance and breakfast at the Three Sovereigns lasted until six a.m. Suspended from the ceiling, shadowy lights cast eerie spells on couples under black and white decorations. 79 S 5 -F" , ,,....f"" -" ,fe "' V4-W ,-,..-- ,- ,gn-wv Gianna Todoli, Tucson High's foreign exchange sTudenT, received Tape English for her Tamily, The Gene Hackes. If Took Gianna a while To recordings from her broTher in Italy and Translated Them from lTalian To learn how To Thread and work The recorder. Dressed in Un UP"0nf GlG"m0 lmmedl0lelY become PGH Of On January 29, Girls' League members checked To see ThaT all boys who signed The Tamily as she offered To help wiTh household chores. for fha beard growing Contest had shaven that morning, ?4 80 Badgers felt very much at home as they danced in Their stocking feet of cent oronge To G reserved block, while girls preferred knee socks with The Sok Hop held in The boys' gymnasium. Boys chose socks from Tluores- Zig-zug designs Gnd floral prints. Applying the proper make-up, Greg Crowden prepared Sharon McCloskey for her leading role in "Bell, Book and Candle" on January 18, 19 and 20. First Semester Ended With New Exam Schedule Renewing an old tradition, the Letterman Club organized a Sok Hop on January 12. After having to change the date twice, it was finally arranged on a night that didn't con- flict with a scheduled basketball game. '6The Jury" provided live music. Records and tapes furnished by the Radio Bureau continued to play popular music while the band rested during fifteen minute intermissions. American Field Service student Gianna Todoli found Tucson High to be different from schools in Italy but the students friendly. Gianna loved to go horseback riding in her spare time. The foreign students from around the city visited places of interest such as The Grand Canyon and Colossal Cave. Gianna made sketches of the places she visited to show to her friends back home. Faculty members and administrators re- vised the old exam schedule, hoping to elimi- nate the periods in between exams. Having two exams in the morning made it possible to dismiss students at mid-day. This gave Badgers extra time to study and rest. The schedule was on a trial basis only first semester to test its efficiency. 81 RODEO QUEEN SEMI-FINALISTS Bottom Row: Nancy Shenkarow, Liz Crane, Diana Truiillo, Jamie Haynes, Anne Howell, Kathy Edson, Elaine Quiroz, Gloria Valenzuela, Diane Quevedo, Maria Gallego. Top Row: Alice Aguirre. Not pictured is Sharon McCluskey. Laughter resounded Throughout the gym when Rincon cheer- leaders did "Two-Bits" in a pep assembly skit, 82 As the history of Twirp Week unfolded in an assembly, Jim Dworin assumed the role ofa notorious outlaw. 4 i :, S . 5121 K If, '. 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We 'E lel Headed February Newly painted red and white trash cans accented the Campus Clean-Up Campaign for February. A special assembly made students aware of the problem of trash in the cafeteria and park. Climaxing the Weekls events, the janitors received coffee and doughnuts on "Custodian Appreciation Dayn as a way of thanking them for their service to the school. '4Cager Parents Nightf, held on February 2, honored parents of basketball players. .layVee and Varsity cheerleaders pinned red carnations on the mothers that attended. Many spectators arrived early to be guaranteed a seat for the big game with the Rincon Rangers. The juniors organized a dance following the home game to raise money for their class. "Please, please don't be a litterbugf' sang Susie Spotless dur- ing Student Council's Clean-Up assembly. Students Chose Fred to Reign as Twirp King Girls carrying the books of their male counterparts was not an uncommon sight as Twirp Week officially began on HBrand Your Man" Day. That afternoon, students viewed a full length movie, "The Art of Lovef' which was a new addition to the week's activities. Tuesday, couples wore identical shirts or matching patches for identification. Shotgun marriage licenses were available for those who wished to make their twirp official. Featuring the crowning of the Twirp King, the Stable Stomp highlighted the entire sea- son. Senior candidate Fred Dillon won the title after students elected him by voting with pennies during lunch. From 8:30 until mid- night, HThe Jury" supplied pop music. "Justices of the Peace" worked overtime to handle the re- quests of twirped couples for marriage licenses. 84 it ttrt A After starting as a forward for three years on the varsity King Fred Dillon was named to the first string all-city squad. Junior Delano Price served as a Homeroom Representative Letterman Club. He also played as a guard on the varsity 1. A is has basketball team, Twirp and a member of the basketball team. 55 ,X IF that ' , kia J-Q2 e W in 15 "Going once, twice, soId!" yelled slave auctioneers as each slave went up on the selling block. Lettermen had the iob of raping prospectives in A member of the iunior varsity football and basketball teams, Ron Figue- roa also served his class as sophomore iustice. the cafeteria and bringing them to the auction. Slave labor consisted of buying lunch for the new master. Steve Yeoman, freshman class candidate for Twirp King, spent most of his spare time participating in freshman basketball. 85 E 5 gi .ff fi fm NZ :E ... -, , ,.,.h ,-, , Rodeo Queen Rode on Horse-Drawn Float Maria Gallego Jamie Haynes Anne Howell Gloria Valenzuela i Spring Fever Spread Among Student A is ,i Madelyn Young demonstrated a high kick which was part of the musical routine used for songleading tryouts in the spring. "A carnation or gardenia?" asked Bobby Dorson as he prepared to buy a corsage for his date to the Junior Prom. f-'E' s X Cafeteria clean-up duty was one of the punishments inflicted by Traditions Court on those who committed small misdemeanors during school. Il' A -. - A - ? - -rg 5 W E '.Xi, Jig Q - nail?-5 times A. s plumes -its ,X 4, A unnamed x YY Stihl if if Q sie 1' K ,X 12' it-:in ,G 3 f x-.Jr 151, ,sz . we V' f - -W s-.. . They Awaited Encl of School and Vacation Corsages and tuxedoes highlighted the tra- ditions surrounding the Junior Prom in the spring. Keeping the theme a secret, juniors decorated the cafeteria with the prom colors. Tri-Hi-Y planned after-prom activities which included a movie and breakfast. As March rolled around, science en- thusiasts directed their thoughts to finishing their projects for Tucson High's Science Fair. Held on March 16, it included entries in biolo- gy, chemistry and physics. Winners at the Tl-IS fair were eligible to enter the Regional con- test at the University of Arizona. Songleading and cheerleading tryouts fell in the latter part of March. Cheerleader hope- fuls executed jumps, splits and complicated movements. Aspiring songleaders performed a musical routine which squad members de- vised. The panel of judges included physical March brought the drama department's production of "Miss Pell Is Missing." The play, written with a twist ending, surprised many ofthe onlookers. Wait X n ""'f ., 1 , A iiiigrtrttws i VW' Q1 ' , Safr- Q.. up ,qv-5 ., K - 1 .iirs oewle 712 ,P -- M xi if Yin 5- K Vik. siss ...he s.,. . e . .k-, My Xxi. .qtz g ' ,. 'W M , ,l i if ..... g -iw- M4-'1-.V"2"...,,,F ywppppp p K.p,, , ig5..,W t,.,, 1 ..', I lalgl In x Q" .7 ' 1 ' -I p f .TTY 3 education teachers and pep leaders. A surprise splash in the face can be a humiliating experience, especially with a pretty girl looking on, Students had to anticipate changing water pressures in fountains. ,,..-'W As spring fever and clear weather set in, students found ways of dodging studies. Randolph Park and Reid Lake provided the perfect atmosphere for outings and relaxation. 89 Cervantes Club begun to make cosccxrones early in The yeor so that they would have pleniy to sell of the American Field Service Cornivol in The spring. Thoughls concerning college ond G vocation raced Through The minds of seniors ci? grcxduolion exercises. gs-W Seniors Prepared for Graduation and Follies During Last Weeks To most students, the month of May meant the approach of schoolis end, but to seniors it meant working long hours to perfect their annual production, the Senior Follies. Held on May 16, 17 and 18, the program included an array of skits, dance numbers, songs and duets. Each act had to be auditioned before class advisers. Under the direction of drama coach Mr. Groff and vocal director Mr. Hutchinson, interested seniors tried out for the positions of master of ceremonies. The general admission price of 31.00 helped pur- chase the seniors' class gift to the school. Anne Howell and Stefan Cione composed an original skit for the Senior Follies. Tryouts determined show entries forthe presentation in May. t w , R x Flowing red robes brightened the stadium on the evening of June 6 as the class of '68 prepared to receive their long-awaited diplo- mas. Four speakers, who composed their own address topics, were elected by their class- mates. The junior class chose seventy aca- demically qualified junior guards to escort the upperclassmen. Before the commencement ex- ercises began, the band presented modern musical selections. Winners of scholastic awards and scholarships were recognized be- fore being given their diplomas. Baccalaureate, the pre-graduation services, took place June 2. Bermuda Day, a new May event sponsored by Girls' League permitted boys and girls to wear shorts to school. 1 Energetic students demonstrated diversified abilities by sharing fully in the many activities at Tucson High. Being lusty Badgers enabled us to enjoy both the scholastic and social aspects of our education. Those with common interests formed clubs to further a career, improve a talent or pursue a hobby. All of us joined together to participate in our MYRIAD OF MOTION. W , Activities , Charlie Brown and Gang Showed Importance of Buying Yearbook x in . f 'ae . ii..s..:'P 'a 'K x if p Swain... 2 ' f' ff 'Q I f an-wow' 1 . -m---wwe'-,wana usb.. ...,,,,-,.. ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,, 'mm W + A f mxfvf I 0.3, v ws-.uni ' s a. Snoopy sympathized with Pat Linkenbach as she entered screaming "Mommy!" during the Tucsonian Assembly. 94 '4Security is a TUCSONIANN headlined promotion posters for the 1968 yearbook. The sales campaign lasted from October 23 until November 22. All of the staff participated in the annual assembly, which featured Charlie Brown and his friends. The skit presented a look into the life of Charlie Brown, who had not bought his Tucsonian and felt insecure. After overcoming great obstacles, Charlie succeeded in buying his Tucsonian. Moving to a spacious new office in the basement of the Vocational Building was a big event for the Tucsonian staff. A new addi- tion to office equipment was a water cooler donated by the seniors on the l967 staff. Tucsonian featured larger pages in the l96B yearbook, using a five-column layout rather than the basic two-column plan. The theme, c'lVlyriad of lVlotion', extended through- out the book as staff members strove to cap- ture action and movement in each photograph. TUCSOINHAN STAFF Bottom Row: Sylvia Lee, Susie Smith, Belle Tom, Dan Weisz Second Row: Miriam Salonic, Pat Linkenbach, Phyllis Grace. Third Row: Debbie Cos tin, Kathy Crane, Vicki Vance, Irene Mann. Fourth Row: Karen Richards, Louise Mc Laughlin, Jim Barr. Top Row: Jerry Villa, loan Weaver, Richard Miller, Jeff Brown "May I help you, honey?" Phyllis Grace asked Charlie Brown as she and other staff Susan Walker, Student Life co-editor, anxiously awaited Edi- members played the parts of ladies working in the bookstore. tor Debbie Costin's approval of her copy block, From the acoustical ceiling to the linoleum floor everything was new to bulletin boards lining the walls added a personal touch. Each staff and different in the Tucsonian office. Cartoons, pictures and signs pinned member decorated his own section. 95 kv' N111 ,- Mf afigjs , -L -.,,.,.s, , ., 'i A ' sq, .. f- M if 1 K ,Ld Liz Vowels, Debbie Clopton and Betty Wittels counted out Chronicles before distribution on Friday mornings. if P' QR' Often rushed, staff members Edie Zagona, Mary Evans, Jack Bailey and Rick Davis had to proofread dummies a few days before sending them to print. Anticipating the Chronicle as it rolled off the press at Economy Printing trips were made to the printer's each week, one to drop off the dum- Company were staff members Sandie Soto and Anita Bernstein. Two mieg Gnd one to pigk Uprhe finished papers, A 'K 96 13 Enioying the fruits of Their labor, staff members Gloria Valenzuela, Su- Yolanda Contreras celebrated after publication was finished. The Chronicle zanne Shift, Tobie Burgess, Louis Gutierrez, Liz Weiner, Randy Simons and came out every other week, l l Careful planning and proofreading were main concerns of Editor Ronny Paul and Managing Editor Alice Crane. Chronicle Phone Added Efficiency To Staff Office Making adjustments and revisions was the first objective of the CHRONICLE this year. Because there were only three returning mem- bers, the staff strove to cope with the prob- lem of inexperience. Work was done sixth period and, when the problem of meeting deadlines arose, the staff undertook the task by staying after school. Under the direction of Adviser Miss Har- riette Martin and Student Editor Ronny Paul, the staff worked with inspiration from large portraits of Charles DeGaulle and Bill Cosby, donated by staff member Suzanne Shiff. Also, for the first time in Chronicle history, the staff moved their telephone out of the elevator and into the office. ln the paper itself, the staff provided more coverage of girl's sports activities and included a uStudent Council Box" which told news or plans that had been discussed in recent Student Council meetings. Sharing the load with Hannah Berkowitz, Joe Wilder helped pass out the new Quarterlys to English Classes. Staff Used Psychedelics While Alan Wood gave one of the mysterious "Q" men his final instructions, Co- editor Mike Cunningham updated the poster which kept track of the class war. The At the offset press, art staff members Natalie Shelar and Anna Paredes selected the colors to be used in the coming issue of the Quarterly. To Portrcly "Four Faces of Youth" Theme freshmen won the campaign by buying the largest percentage of Quarterly sub- scriptions with the seniors running a close second. EDITORIAL BOARD Seated: Mary Reidy, Robert Wortman, Diane Dodds, Tekle Seidl. Standing: Betty McLane, Bob Dorson, Sharon Neumann. Hippie art made its entrance at Tucson High as the art theme of the QUARTERLY, the Badger literary publication. The first issue included a multi-colored psychedelic cover and illustrations of the same style. Under the supervision of Mr. Harvey Ferguson and co- editors Alan Wood and Mike Cunningham, the Quarterly projected a new image. The theme, "F our Faces of Youthf, encouraged students to submit original writings. The Quarterly, which was produced en- tirely on the Tucson High campus, won a medalist rating in national competition. This recognition ranked it as one of the best maga- zines of its type in the nation. Working closely with the Graphic Arts department who printed the magazine, the art staff contributed original drawings to the publication. ' Mystery MQ" men and a class war en- couraged students to purchase their Quarterly subscriptions during the annual sales cam- paign. Any one who discovered the closely guarded identity of the elusive HQ" man won a coke. Winners who already had subscribed to the Quarterly Won a dollar. A large poster in the cafeteria kept track of the percentage. Chronicle photographers Susie Verdugo and Louie Gutierrez discussed instructions with coordinator Liz Weiner. Camera Clickers Snappecl Photos for Publications Offered this year for the first time, a two- foot high trophy inspired BADGER CAMERA CLICKERS to capture unusual shots. Adviser Harry Goldstein donated the trophy to be awarded to any member who won a first place prize in the Eastman Scholastic Contest. Se- nior members spent meeting time preparing portfolios of their best photographs to com- pete for the 3751000 scholarships offered by the Eastman Kodak Company. ln addition to contests, many other activi- ties kept photographers busy. They spent most of their time working for the three school publications. Field trips to Sabino Canyon and Mount Lemmon provided members with interesting picture ideas. An excursion to Phoenix in February to see the Kodak Ex- hibition taught photographers new techniques. 100 Removing the flash holder from his press camera, photographer pared to make a close-up study of the entrance to the Main Building. Mixing photographic chemicals, Natalie Gomez prepared to set up darkroom with the help of Connie Lopez and Natalie Matas. Joe Galvez pre- equipment in the 3 :mr 5 Ur A m.W, ,,., W 1 , ,fn H , K K guna.. ,Vin Photographers view the world quite differently. Junior Dan McKenrick to G CGFTWGVG, took pictures Gt G T30 degree angle and produced the saw his class this way through a fish-eye lens. This lens, when attached rounded or curved effect on the sides. - . BADGER CAMERA CLICKERS Bottom Row: Natalie Gomez, John la, Richard Gee, Mary Ann Reis, Mark Rodriguez, Eva Romero. Montano, Susie Verdugo, Bertha Gutierrez, Natalie Matas, Top Row: Carlos Castro, Dan McKenrick, Robert Johnston, Connie Lopez. Second Row: Harry Goldstein, Abram Valenzue- DUCIHS Moore, Joe Galvez, Louie Gutierrez, .lay Lohberg. .. 2 ' Q , 101 A isiwxe Because results were often conflicting, Dean Cotlow cmd Rick Davis spent statistics. Pre-game coverage and post-game interviews were integral parts time-outs and half-time periods at basketball games comparing compiled ofthe correspondents' iobs. Student reporters Alice Crane and Edie Zagona used the Chronicle office papers. Their articles covered every phase of campus lxfe from individual after school to edit and complete their stories for teen pages in the daily honors to club activities and were published weekly 102 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CLUB Bottom Row: Hector Ramirez, Ar- manelo Zazueta, Mary Lou Gradillas, Ana Carrasco, Jonathan Greene. Second Row: Dennis Mitchell, Mark Mason, Alice Senior Frances Miranda, named outstanding priming student of the year, worked at the Typositer one ofthe schools many new printing machines. Q. ,MM V' gi Sontag, Arsenio Bernal, Cecilia Hanlon. Top Row: Harold Balkow, Larry Traylor, Albert Ramos, Stanley Stanich, Jim Navarro, Bobby Morrison. Journalistic and Printing Careers Inspired Novices New equipment, valued at over 320,000, enlarged the areas of work and experience for student printers in the BENJAMIN FRANK- LIN CLUB. The latest in offset and photo- metric printing machines, along with a new darkroom, offered valuable instruction to the club's members. Tucson Newspapers, Inc. donated a used linotype machine to the club for further depth in training. Many of the clulfs members, all inter- mediate or vocational graphic arts students, planned to make printing their profession. Ac- tual time spent producing the Quarterly, pro- grams, certificates and lapel cards, taught them the essentials of graphic arts. Newspaper Work was also pursued by STAR-CITIZEN REPORTERS. Editor Alice Crane wrote weekly articles for '6Young Citizen." After athletic events, Dean Cotlow returned to the Citizen Sports office to write up the games while Rick Davis called them in to the Star to meet his deadline. Edie Za- gona reported current school activities in the Arizona Daily Star's i'Schools" page. 103 l x "Queen" Diana Stephens honored her "King" with a crown from France at the French Club's Feast of the Kings. JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE Bottom Row: Anna Fisher, Anne Matsushino, Jo Ann Wong, Beverly Gin, Joan Higven, Kathy Hacke. Second Row: Lilli Anne Purdie, Gloria Misner, Mimi Blitzer, Darlene Gaston, Pamela 104 LES PETIS GOURMETS Bottom Row: Geraldine Lovegreen, Diane Andrade, Sylvia Beltran, Connie Waddell, Betty Wittels. Second Row: Diana Lyczynski, Elizabeth Danforth, Maureen Withey. abeth Mallams, Sally Gardiner, Allyson Taylor, Philip Jerry Sievers, Bonnie Riley, Top Row: Linda Craig, Eliz- Edgar, Sharon Slankard. ic e.,, , Twisting and turning colorful Tissue paper, members of a flower to send to sponsor Mr. Miranda who had valley Tabor, Joe Andaloro, Michael Millstone Shirley Comeau, Maureen Withey, Nancy vid Federhar, Mr. John Waite. r Xi s the Spanish Club constructed fever. Top Row: Jane del Villar Dengler, Priscilla Misner, Da CERVANTES CLUB Bottom Row: Mickie Quiroz, Susie Smith, Gloria Perotti, Connie Davis, Judy Cournoyer, Carmen Ramirez, Lourdes Davis, Sylvia Perez, Miriam Bornstein, Anna Fisher, Pat Jimenez, Holly Smithe. Second Row: Patty Dersam, Theresa Quevedo, Elsa Martinez, Vivian Machado, Gloria Quintas, Chris Rossini, Vicki Bowarman, Rosenna Treio, Sonia Evans, Kathy Eppley, Margaret Smith. Third Row: Lou Anne McDonald, "Hmm, if sure looks good!" sighed French Club members as they waited to be serv- ed cake and cookies by president Sally Gardiner ata party. Susie Valaclez, Belle Tom, Theresa Boughton, Maryalice Treat, Carmen Gallego, Martha Sicre, Diana Armstrong, Maria Duarte, Norma Saenz. Top Row: Kay Smith, Mary Menclibles, Lily Ann Arvizu, Regina Fleat, Barbara Fry, Robert Wortman, Jett Brown, Kathy Hood, Jerry Wortman, Mike Ray, Tony Tovar, Irene Mann. Language Clubs Heard Lectures, Ate Exotic Food Sticking to Old World traditions, the CERVANTES CLUB strove to revive Spanish customs. One was preparing enchiladas, tacos and other Mexican dishes for a new type of bake sale at El Con. They also sold cascarones, confetti-filled eggs, at football games and at the AFS Carnival. Conforming to an old Tuc- son High tradition, they presented the annual Spanish Assembly. LES PETITS COURMETS began the year's activities with a barbecue at a mem- beris home. Dinner meetings at Shakey's and Sir George's Smorgasbord and a hayride kept the club busy. Under the direction of Mrs. Gretchen Drachman members celebrated Les Fete des Rois, the Feast of the Kings, twelve days after Christmas. Club pins distinguished the members of Les Petits Gourmets. Nosing through Latin books, JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE members searched for an appropriate nickname. The club chose uCaesaris Liberi Parvi" meaning Caesar,s Little Children. ln the spring several mem- bers prepared for the state-Wide Junior Classi- cal League conference at Arizona State Uni- versity. They participated in skits and activi- ties dealing with Roman customs. 105 A! 4-.79 4 is Alta 3 'Y"lT.i PEP CLUB Bottom Row: Sandie Vega, Norma Martinez, Mona Paredes, Top Row: Margaret Williams, Rubye Bouler, Regina Fleat, Paula Willis, Juanita Trujillo, Theresa Boughton. Second Row: Pat Dersam, Becky Robin Laird, Kevin Sievert, Jim Navarro. Gutierrez, Nancy Sheraw, Trinidad Martinez, Teresa Soto, Phyllis Broussard. At the request of an International Club member, Gianna Todoli spoke in ltalian and then translated her words. International, Pep and 45' 1 Sian T Nano and Mary Beth Bliss checked their equipment at the Ski Haus before a weekend trip to Mt. Lemmon. 106 INTERNATIONAL CLUB Bottom Row: Bonnie Gee, Connie Gee, Lily Jew, Norma Molina, Regina Fleat. Becky G te Top Row: Mr. Barry Dunn, Tim Wheeler, Leonard Gee, Ski Clubs Scanned Arizona, Studied World Weather causing a short skiing season limited the number of meetings of the SKI CLUB this year. I-Iowever, a good fall of snow provided a solid base for the skiers who visited Mount Lemmon slopes. In early spring, members flocked to the Snow Bowl in Flagstaff for a test of their skills. Members practiced these skills at a dry-land clinic held at Catalina High School in February. Red and white capes made by PEP CLUB members stood out in the crowd as the pep- sters cheered at football games. Members earned money to buy the capes by washing cars and selling candied apples. SKI CLUB Bottom Row: Nano Bliss, Judy Chinnock, Nancy Scott, Tekla Seidl. Top Row: Joe Fregoso, Judy Wasley, Jef- In addition to bolstering school spirit at games, members visited the elderly people at Watkin,s Rest Home on Christmas. They pre- sented corsages to the women and supplied shaving lotion and kleenex to the men. To learn more about the people and cul- tures of foreign countries, the INTERNA- TIONAL CLUB invited speakers and took field trips. Gianna Todoli, Tucson I'Iigh's foreign exchange student, spoke to the club about the difference between life in the United States and her homeland, Italy. Members toured Nogales I-Iigh School to compare the American and Mexican educational systems. frey Wellborn, Marlene Mustonen, Anne Towe. 1- K 5 ::'T.' - S ' 107 Science Inquiry Chess Strategy Challenged Fans Brain not brawn counted for the CHESS CLUB. Using a ladder system for competition, members challenged the opponent on the rung above them until they reached the top. The team chose the best over-all player at the end of training practices. Then the Tucson team challenged other high schools. For beginners, Adviser Joseph Steiner or- ganized several learning sessions in which he taught the basic maneuvers of chess. After members mastered the fundamental plays, a session on superior strategy, tactics, and strong advancing movements followed. '6Hole in the Sky" was the title of a talk which interested members of BI-CHEM-PHY. Manfred Bottaccini, a professor from the University of Arizona, spoke of anti-matter and quasars. Club members were invited to visit University laboratories if they wished to view more advanced experiments. In the Spring, Bi-Chem-Phy went on its annual field trip. Scientific films from the Bell Telephone company provided specific topics for group discussion. The club called several meetings to revise the Bi-Chem-Phy constitution and to arrange for the shipment of science club pins and .membership cards. Bl-CHEM-PHY Bottom Row: Conrad Schneiker, Sabina Farr, David Guzman, Andrew Gilmourt, David Gandell, Michael Millstone, Belle Tom. Second Row: Dan Weisz, Harv Richelson, Kathy Hood, Leonard Gee, Joseph Mill- At one Bi-Chem-Phy meeting, President David Bear and Vice-President Dan Weisz demonstrated the titration of the strong base NaOH with acid HCl. stone, David Bear, Richard Johnson. Top Row: Tommy Gin, Michael Stein- hoff, John Hall, Tom Rintala, Dave Federhar, Vincent Gin, Murdock Gil- chriese, Larry Nichols. 108 Q Sophomore John Hull anticipated moving his queen into a position to take tion. Being tied for first place, John received many challenges from mem his opponent's pawn. Intra-club games established a ladder of competi- bers on the rungs iust below him. CHESS CLUB Bottom Row: Mike Williams, Jimmy Petropoulos, Richard Bronson, Gary Richelson. Second Row: Harv Richelson, Ruben Madero, Kevin Ensen, Philip Moo- berry, Joe Meehan, Mr. Joe Steiner. Top Row: Harry Osborn, Robert Fry, John Hall, Andy Martin, Mark Mason, Edwin Scholez. "My students coll it the Bottaccini BIob," said the Aerospace professor from the university. Many students attended the Bi-Chem-Phy lectures. Before providing free lab aprons for twenty active members Treasurer Mike Steinhotf estimated their cost. 1 9 Speakers Placed in Inter-School Contests, lmitating the croak of a frog, National Forensic League mem- ber Nano Bliss dramatized a humorous reading. EX LIBRIS CLUB Bottom Row: Juanita Esquivel, Janet Boltares, Janice Hinkle. Second Row: Christine Borltares, Estella Paco. Top Row: Louise Elmquist, Roberta Waidren, Dagmar James. 4 Q 9 l'l0 Attending a work meeting after school, Art Club members Lucille Lopez, Rod Old- father and Regina Fleat used a press to print Christmas cards. ART CLUB Bottom Row: Juana Lopez, Lucille Lopez, Alice Reyes, Regina Fleat. Second Row: Chrystal Todd, Lee Mitchell, Grace Molina. Top Row: Mr. Charles Todd, Rod Oldfather, Fatima Lopez, Jeff Brown. NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE Bottom Row: Edie Zagona, Nano Bliss, Nancy Shenkarow Mary Pratt, Anita Bernstein, Mary Beth Bliss, Betsy Czerny Barbara Wezelman, Teresa Quevedo, Pati Hacke. Second Row: Madelyn Young Susan DeHart, Kathy Crane, Ann Dahlen, Dean Art and Library Clubs Contributed Time One of Tucson High's most traveled clubs, the NATIONAL EORENSIC LEAGUE, spon- sored the first speech tournament of the year. They then traveled to three Tucson high schools, Arizona State University and Pres- cott for the remaining state-Wide and five-state regional tournaments. Talented members of the ART CLUB often worked after school making charcoal sketches. At Christmas time the club designed and printed cards for the teachers. While visiting art galleries, the Art Club saw the exhibit, '6Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" at the Tucson Art Center. Six new head sets for listening to records in the library were contributed by the EX LIBRIS CLUB. Members devoted their spare time to working in the library. A tree-trim- ming party at librarian Mrs. Rae's home and a spring party relieved their work schedule. In March several members attended the State Library Club Convention. Besides devoting time to shelving and checking out books in Iize all the reference books. Here Kani Ives and Anna Balles- the library, Ex Libris Club members had to know how to uti- feros examined the Readers Guide, Pollock, David Gandell, Don Taylor, Pat Feeley, Karen Richards. Top Row: Sharon Neumann, Bob Dorson, Alice Crane, Ronny Paul, Liz Weiner, Alan Wood, Steve Brophy, Dean Cotlow, Rick Davis, Don Hannon, Mr. Ed Markert. l'l'l Homemaking, Teaching and Business Clubs W I VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CLUB OF AMERICA Bottom Row: Stella Gomez, Alice Perez, Margie Nieblas. Second Row: Anna Marie Clark, Maria Casillas, Rita Gomez. Third Row: Vince Mazzola, Dan Rowe, Carlos Arzate. Fourth Row: Mr. Wilmer Mar- tin, Ricardo Carrasco, Joe Molina, Top Row: David Waddell, Curtis Carero, Charles Delwarte. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Bottom Row: Robert Wortman, Gloria Perotti, Liz Quiroz, Amy Dodds, Justina Kay, Theresa Boughton, Dannie Stark, Mickie Quiroz. Top Row: Mr. Bob I-Iaskett, Pat Linkenbach, Lorraine 'I'I2 Learning the tricks of the trade, DECA student Roseanne Roda took inventory at Broadway Village Drug. Hill, Sharon Heidel, Karen Mercer, Diane Dodds, Charlotte Cryder, Gene Aros. . .. ' oslal I A n ka. +25 get riff? 1 ri gs . 4-11 1. zi. K- Q. -, 5,1 .IH W r , 'mr we -3157.35 ,w r ii : Explorecl Possibilities for Future Careers Hairpieces and wiglets att Sutherland prepared to crea e racted girls to the homemakefs hairstyle show. Here Mrs. t a new hairdo for Alette Nelson. Louisa Sa FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Bottom Row: Katherine Schneiker, chez Margaret Darnall, Cindy Bachman. Top Row: Rosita Campos, Pat Hayes, Patsy M Leonl, Nancy Shuckerow, rs. Ruth Hoeh vu- V' Brightly colored stuffed animals made by FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA brought joy to many children in local hos- pitals during the Christmas season. A hair- piece and hair styling show in February spon- sored by the homemakers served to introduce girls to the newly formed club. Correcting exams and tutoring junior high school students were two jobs that kept the FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA busy. Sponsored by Mr. Robert Haskett, FTA mem- bers also made and sold victory dolls during football season and sponsored Teacher Ap- preciation Week in November. Businessmen from local stores lectured on methods of effective salesmanship and display to Tucson I-Iighis DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCA- TION CLUB OF AMERICA. Members entered contests concerning advertising and marketing at the State Regional Conference held at Tucson I-Iigh. Rodeo time found VOCATIONAL IN- DUSTRIAL CLUB OF AMERICA workers decorating their float, MSweet Smellin' Tuc- son." Spring activities included an employer- employee banquet and the State Leadership Conference. Members also designed a bulletin board for the Education Center. Grinning widely, Mr. Eagan received his "apple" from FTA member Karen Mercer on Teachers Appreciation Day. 113 With u happy smile, Liz Quiroz modeled her 'trim Three-piece outfit GT The Girls' League Fashion Show. 114 l l l Lettermen, Jeff Dick, Tommy Gin and Delano Price showed Girls' League members how to check in shoes, purses and coals of The Leffermon Sok Hop. Working feverishly To quench the Thirsfs of those offending the offer-game dance, Girls' Leogue Council member Cclrol Anfonick served soff drinks. Girls' League, Lettermen Joined To Promote School Participation Starting off the year with the annual Mixer, GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL strove to involve every student in school activities. The Dress-Right Assembly and the Coke Party ac- quainted girls with the organization. During the football season, Girls' League held three after-game dances. Spring activities included preparations for Twrip Week and a new tradi- tion at Tucson High, Bermuda Day. LETTERMEN greeted fans entering the stadium with "Would you like a program?" Selling programs at home football games and cleaning the stadium the next morning were two activities of the Letterman Club. Letter- men also assisted in the presentation of the Tucsonian Queen finalists at the homecoming game, challenged the faculty to a basketball game and held a banquet in the spring. GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL Bottom Row: Mickie Quiroz, Nancy Shenkarow, Anna Paredes, Marsha Gibson, Cindy Fain, Liz Quiroz, Katie Manciet, Gloria Valenzuela. Second Row: Karen Richards, Roseanne Roda, Dina LETTERMEN Bottom Row: Bernie Karrh, Greg Motzkin, Domingo Arenas, Tom Warren, Don Smith, Freddie Leon, Richard Moos, Bernie Tapia, Carlos Gallego, Carlos Encinas. Second Row: Elias Bustamante, Bob Dorson, George Riesco, John Crow, David Joe, Larry Pearson, Art Moore, Keith Sutterley, Snow Peabody, Mr. Roda. Third Row: Kent Sebring, Rene Ma- drid, Hector Martinez, Henry Anderson, Bobby Morrison, Ralph Edgar, Soltero, Sally Bland, Mattie Green, Debbie Manspeaker, Jayne Fulton, Top Row: Stella Holub, Louise McLaughlin, Sharon Neumann, Debbie Cos- tin, Vickie Vance, Linda Keeley, Mary Evans, Melinda Fredley. Carlos Figueroa, Ron Tellez, Danny Romero, Erich Bock. Fourth Row: Dean Cotlow, Dan McKendrick, Bill Fellner, John Vasile, Jere McDonough, Riche ard James, Dan Brophy, Brad Lovitt, Bill Contreras, Eugene Tang. Top Row: Rick Evans, Ray Rodriguez, Gilbert Felix, Ted Marin, Jeff Derickson, Mike Clark, Jim Navarro, Ken Ball, Joe Petroshus, Lyle Mann. 115 Badger Bar, Stagehand Bulbs of varied sizes and colors lined the shelves of a storage While gunny sacks swayed to psychedelic sounds, Stagehand Alex Coronado ad- room containing equipment for Stagehand use. iusted the record player for volume at the Terpsi dance assembly. BADGER BAR Bottom Row: Stephanie Lamb, Katherine Schneiker, Dala Franco, Justina Kay. Top Row: George Acuna, Gene Aros, Jack Goddard, Lundeen, Dorothy Lietha. Second Row: Don Taylor, Byron Simkins, Teresa Mr, John Cgnfer, , ., .. Sn. 116 'i M u ri: Received Payment for Services Rendered 3' n STAGEHANDS Bottom Row: Jeffrey Wellborn, Jack Touseull, James Levitt. Second Row: Mr. Segerstrom, Dan McKendrick, Marc Speigel. Top Row: Randy Petsch, Aaron Helot, Boe James, Greg Cowden. f h f b Il f Bad er Bm- ger Bar members worked at all home football games in sta Hoisting dome lights and lowering cur- tains, the STAGEHANDS were the men be- hind the scenes of every school production. Under the direction of Mr. Ed Segerstrom, the group received hours of training in basic techniques and special effects. Earning a salary of 5151.25 an hour for after-school func- tions, members assisted school organizations in their presentations. The stagehands group tried out several new techniques this year such as strobes for a psychedelic effect and colored lights for the Christmas Assembly. Laden with cokes, hot dogs and other treats, members of BADGER BAR managed two snack bars during the football season. After several instruction periods, the students learned thetbasics of good salesmanship, how to make the correct change and how to operate the refreshment machines. At each home game, members spent the second quarter pre- paring cokes for Tucson High's pep squads and those of the visiting school. Tucson High appropriated a salary of 351.00 an hour. nds on the Anticipating the half-time rush o t irsty oot a ans, one g ' ' ' ' east and west ends of the Tucson High stadium. attendant tried falling the cups two at a time to meet the demand. Bad- NNI 117 "Aye me heariies!" exclaimed Greg Covvden To members of the sixth known sea story. Members of the class presented readings or performed period advanced drama class as he practiced a reading from a well- in one of four plays To gain Thespian rating. 118 Officers of the Thespian Society clustered around Their sponsor, Mr. Graff, as They While rehearsing a cutting, drama sTudents Martha Marquez Tried a new approach to get initiation party plans approved. and Edna Gallardo played a Trick on Mike White. The ' sPe tclPl clR cl' Mystery writer Sharon McKlusky Tried To explain To The sheriff The unusual circum- bodies and Sweaty palms, Stu- stances involved in a murder in the play "Exit the Body". dents Sat on the edge of their Seats as the THESPIAN SOCIETY presented the play, HExit the Body." The Thespians entertained in the Little Theater three times during the year. '4Bell, Book and Candle," a comedy presented in January, was the story of a Witch and a cat that helped her to cast spells. A play entitled 4'lVliss Pell ls Missingl' was the last production of the year. Between these performances, the Thes- pians traveled to junior highs. They also went to the School for the Deaf and Blind Where the group acted out the play uPie in the Skyl' through the use of interpreters. ln the spring the actors presented several one-act plays for those English classes Wishing to see them. For the Speech and Drama Tournament at the University of Arizona, the Tucson High Thes- pians performed '4The Miracle Worker." Initiation for new members of the Thes- pian Society came in the form of a picnic and party in lVlay. To be eligible for initiation, drama students had to acquire ten points. T Performing in a play, selling tickets and help- l ing backstage accumulated points. 119 Choirs Sang in Musical Festival Held on Campus Five nursery rhymes became part of the repertoire of the CHORALEERS during the Christmas season. Also included in their sea- sonal program Were several folk carols and HA Christmas Festival" performed with the honor band. The choir sang at the Elks Club, Education Center and Tucson Garden Club. Cameras and tapes recorded the performance for the television program "Know Your Schoolsfi presented on Channel Six. Tryouts for All State Choir in January interested several choir members. The Cho- raleers participated in the Area Music Festi- val held this year at Tucson High. Songs from the "Music Man" highlighted the program. A joint Tucson High-Catalina concert required singers to attend several night rehearsals. Other Performing groups were the GIRLS' X' GLEF. CLUB and SOPHOMORE GIRLS, EN- i T SEMBLE. These choirs practiced second and fifth periods respectively. The classes stressed Q skills of sight reading and part singing. er being selected to All State Choir, three of the five finalists tried to parts from songs chosen tor their moior performance. DYGSSE'-'fl in l0n9 fl0Wln9 robes' the Chofcleefs followed MV- Members of the honor bond waited patiently to perform their HUtchinson's hand movements os they song "Calypso Noel." Selections of me nigh? time program, .5 120 , Trying to overcome pre-show iitters, members of the Sophomore Girls' Ensemble chatted backstage about their aching feet and the bright lights. Five o'clock drew near as Mrs. Edgington and her quartet finished practicing selec- tions forthe Nurses Education graduation ceremonies in February. To improve voice control, tenor Don Taylor clenched his fists and tightened his back muscles in the proper way. 121 'W GN Y F RX f""" ' 5 X'II.vlf.1l1'-':"'f"' ' ' .fi A . Q .- ' Mbflax 2 'vp-",,y-H' fd "" "' , 9 P ' N 'W xi! X f I 1 A 53,1 y'A Ask 1 5 CHORALEERS Bottom Row: Barbara Fisher, Debbi Brown, Lupe Canez. Second Row: Kathy Rauh, lrene Armenta, Janice Youngblood, Kathe Pittman. Third Row: Natalia Figueroa, Ralph Contreras, Mary Alice Smith, Charlene Piery. Top Row: Irene Mann, Clustered ground fhe piqngl Choir members blended Their Laurice Harris, Damona Tyler, Russel Slaughter. CHORALEERS Bottom Row: Yvonne Avenetti, Sharon Palmer, Jimmy Ca- macho, Dorothy Thomas, Marsha Mehl, Nancy Paton. Second Row: Kim Dunipace, Fran Montenegro, Evelyn Burris, Debbi Gibson, Maria Teran, Kathy Bergquist, Josh Weissberger. Third Row: Kevin Jensen, Mary Mil- voices while singing the three-part song, "Alleluia", lane, Tim Hilderman, David Read, Ralph Contreras, Richard Walmar, Suzy Snyder. Top Row: Angie Yanez, Darral Davis, David Osollo, William Henry, Mahlon Pierce, Jerry Mitchell, Eva Bacon, Vernon Davis, Don Salamone. CHORALEERS Bottom Row: Ray Japhi, Phil Espinosa, William Boots, Robert Hinkle, Oscar Varnado, June Nelson, Vince Luciano. Second Row: Kathy Sloan, Margaret Darnall, Sara Torres, Maryalice Treat, Phyllis Broussard, Jane McCullum, Kathy Austin, Fred Shaw. Third Row: Viole Figueroa, Natalie Shelar, Margaret Williams, Missy Treat, Elizabeth Mallams, Cathy Jaurigue, Bobby Ruiz, Lucy Jaurigue. Top Row: Joe Alonis, Vita Damento, Steve Lesher, Jim Van Devao, Don Taylor, Lynn Alford, Carol Still, Walter Burris, Dale Karr. 123 Cymbals crashed and violins climbed to the climax of "Marche Mili- taire" before the curtains fell on the Christmas Orchestra Assembly. ORCHESTRA Bottom Row: Connie Davis, Christia Gallardo, Bonnie Gee, Connie Gee, Helga Schwellnus, Mack Ruiz, Irma Valenzuela, Mary Yeung, Donna Gillespie. Second Row: Amy Dodds, Carol Matte, Dale Winders, Barbara Wezelman, Louisa Sanchez, Raquel Rodriguez, Patsy Dunn, Annie Gee, Chris Montiel, Jo Ann Perez. Third Row: Margaret Phillips, Fifteen members of the Marching IOO band unit assisted the orchestra in the presentation ofthe annual assembly. Rubye Bouler, Evalyn Thorne, Bettie Martin, Rosario Otero, Virginia Leon, Cecilia Castillo, Yolanda Ramirez, Vikki Powell. Top Row: Julie Under- wood, Carmen Polanco, Benny Yeung, Marsh Mehl, Eva Martinez, Deb- bie Stark, Diann Blackburn, Amy Ares, Lisa Jackson, Kevin Sievert. 124 First chair members Marsha Mehl, Hannah Berkowitz and Diann Blackburn practiced for upcoming All-State tryouts as they waited for class to begin. ORCHESTRA Bottom Row: Rafaela Sanchez, Grace Molina, Marye Thom sen, Irene Bracamonte, Bruce Steele, Ronnie DeSchaIit, Cindy Bachman Pat Dersam, Martha Ortiz, Mary Hilyard. Second Row: Lorraine Gomez: Juanita Alvarez, Rosa Perez, Chrystal Todd, Louise Reed, Grace Balles- terors, Jannis Lugo, Nancy Shuckerow, Norma Jean Molina, Beryl Baker Bertha Sanchez. Third Row: Melody Block, Devita Ellison, David Ruiz M sg Orchestra Show Featured Tunes From Broadway Tunes from the musical '6Showboat" re- , sounded throughout the Tucson High auditori- um as the ORCHESTRA presented its first performance of the year for the student body. The program also included 'cRhythm Ride" and 5'Russian Sailor's Dance." The girls in the Orchestra appeared in new red dresses. Early in the new year the group traveled to four Tucson junior high schools to present a program. An evening performance enter- tained parents of Orchestra members and other interested persons. The musicians com- peted for places early in January for the All State Orchestra performance held in March. Approximately ninety-five students prac- ticed fifth period during the year. Band mem- bers playing wind instruments also partici- pated in the Orchestra. This large group per- formed uSinfonia" and 'cAirs for Orchestra" in the All City Orchestra Festival at Palo Verde High School auditorium on March 28. At the end of the year the musicians put away their instruments and went on a picnic. Kathy Eppley, Linda Lewis, Ruben Molina, Vicki Senter, Mary Manciet, Nancie Winsor, Frank Vasquez, David Pesqueira. Top Row: Wayne Stone, Jim Trego, Joseph Andaloro, Hector Cota, David Beatty, Joan Coltrin, George Hall, Joseph Wilder, Maurice Hellman, Don Thorp, Christopher Dick. X E 125 Lyres Club Conductors Assisted in Originating Lively Game Routines After successfully trouncing a Salpointe Lancer, Bolivar Badger received an eartul of congratulations from Mr, Steele. 126 6'Ta-ta-ta-ta-ta-ta-Chargeli' rang out at each football game and assembly as the MAHCHING 100 took the field. Routines de- signed by lVlr. Steele and Lyre Club members, night drills and 5th period practices helped the band merit a Superior rating. To add variety to half-time shows during the football season, the band engaged pro- fessional drummer Louie Bellson to assist in playing MA Tribute To Drums." The band also dedicated one of their half-time shows to the new football coach Ollie Mayfield. During the Christmas season, the Honor Band accompanied the Choraleers in the an- nual Christmas Assembly. Also in December were city tryout for the Band Festival in February. Performances at elementary and junior high schools completed the bandis work. Photographers caught band member Hector Cota o uor when the Badgers scored touchdown at the Rincon football gam ffg d she h ed ldly e t T T Professional drummer Louie Bellson ioined the Tucson High Band in performing his Twirler Tony Tovargstrode down the field and caught a high Thundering Drums routine during the Salpointe half-time show. thrown baton as the band began its routine. Laden with uniforms, hat boxes, shoe boxes, cookies and pop, band mem- ing the footbcxll game, the band stopped ot the Big Apple to ect cmd bers boarded a Greyhound bus for the trip to North Phoenix. After attend- celebrate before returning to Tucson. 1 ,QV .- if'.. 2 S ,rs 2? .ss tm 5 ,eggs 127 Marching 100 Earned Eighteenth Band Day X ,V ge. V I I 7 Q V A J- , 1. ,L Q r .',. 9 , f ,, V f ' ' it A F if We swiss to it A . -T Q , ' , ' S , i il H ' ' f ' " 5 't L J. get , .. A t g Q l cy I A rf, H g V xy! . , A , .: J in X, Q 41-5, , , . N , 3 -' , f psf , ,R , K 5 Leee : fr . J M J -.. 3 L ' V r is V L ili , ,z 4 . H S ,M 1: 3. f f 4.3 , ,,,,L M. mf ,- H . , Xb Fhl 4 . l Nw X Y t, S 1 ,. J X s X S , . ' " I Ax -. ,,. 'gi"i."-E V , J . ..., .. if 9 A M 'S' , . 'M E Sf 'A TB' ' S , , N ,f Y? l if 1, F - 2-, Ny fi " F 5- , H Xe! t i " , ti , ' . was ...-, n ...a... . A.. A ....s..,., ' V . . T MARCHING TOO Bottom Row: Beatrice Aquino, Phyllis Gillespie, Barbara Rivera, Sandra Wright, Susie Carrier, Rosaline Gallardo, Danny Avalos, Second Row: Sharon Heidel, Beryl Baker, Sonia Mattson, Helen Coltrin. Paul Romo, Carlos Moreno, Danny Lopez, Tony Saenz, Gilbert Matsushino, David Ruiz. Second Row: Karen Mercer, Frank Vasquez, Nancy Winsor, MARCHING TOO Bottom Row: Delia Carranza, Pat Jimenez, Mary Helen Leon, Mindy McGhee, Jeanette Dascoli, Bruce Steele, Alolph Switzer, David Pesqueira. Second Row: Mark Hinden, Johnnie Torrez, Ernie Basuarto, Louie Rodriguez, Dave Edgar, Dave Rubenstein, Jim Eagle, Richard Rodri- guez. Third Row: Dennis Karr, Keith Hunten, Susan Slonaker, Donna Sed- Norma Saenz, Carol Turner, Tura Hatley, Joan Coltrin, Tony Tovar, Louis Lara. Top Row: David Beatty, Ruben Madero, George Hernandez, Danny Bell, Harold Riley, David Valenzuela, Frank Natividad, John Hall, Don Tharp, Maurice Hellman. lak, Susan Walker, Liz Cantrell, Joe Andaloro, John Hogg. Top Row: Hector Cota, Mike Zimmerman, Manny Ramirez, David Bromberg, Andy Martin, Wayne Stone, Joseph Wilder, Andy Gaudielle, David Riley, Jim Trego. MARCHING TOO Bottom Row: Julieta Gonzalez, Peggy Scott, Cindy Bach- man, Carol Salazar, Larry Gutierrez, Lee Larsen, Lynn Baker. 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Often jubilant, but sometimes disappointed, we learned to fight to win and to accept defeat in the MYRIAD OF MOTION. Sports Closely pursued by Pueblo defenders, Hem-y Anderson followed ,he Badgers appeared futile as The Warriors defeafed Tucson in The season blocking of Tackle Gilbert Fimbres around left end. All efforls by The finale, WlWlCl1 defilded The division Clmmplonslilp- Anxiety and concern showed on fhe face of firsf year coach quarrerback Carlos Figueroa, Tucson's slrafegy paid off as The Oliver Mayfield as he hurriedly fired ins1rucTions aT Badger Badgers whipped Amphi in a home game. A , 132 Badgers Captured Second Place In Southern Division AA Contest Tucson opened the season at Palo Verde, where the fired up Titans handed the Badgers their first loss in a 7-0 thriller. Catalina played the role of spoiler next, gaining their first victory over Tucson in twelve years. The Badgers outdid the Trojans statististically, but were again held scoreless. A punishing ground attack which rolled up first downs consistently flattened the hap- less Blue Devils, the first victims of the aroused Badgers. Halfback Bobby Morrison was the leading rusher for Tucson High, piercing the Sunnyside defensive line at will to gain 299 yards, setting a new city record. Tucson evened its record at 2-2 with a televised victory over North Phoenix. Joe Petroshus, the key scoring weapon, reached paydirt twice, once on a 68 yard punt re- turn and later on a seven yard jaunt. The of- fensive line, led by David Molina and Alan Luke, opened gaping holes in the Mustang defense, enabling the Badgers to score six times to stampede the Mustangs. b k gh the Badger defensive line, a Palo Verde quarterback skidded I 9 g pl t kl ior Kent Sebrin ap ied the ac e. The Badgers trampled Douglas in Tucson's first divisional game. Tucson High dominated the first half, scoring on the efforts of Rene Madrid and Bobby Morrison. The Bulldogs were held scoreless the first half but gained six points in the third quarter. A tightening defense, headed by Richard Dodson and Kent Sebring, held as the Badgers preserved their third consecutive season win. Fans crowded into the Badger stadium as top ranked Salpointe invaded Tucson High. The game pitted the Lanceris proven defense against an explosive offense guided by Tucson quarterback Carlos Figueroa. The attack was hampered by the large Salpointe line and the Badgers fell, scoring only once. Highlighted by the running of senior Bene Madrid, the Badgers steamrolled Bin- con. Madrid electrified the crowd with scores of 61 and 30 yards. Crisp, hard hitting line play completely dominated the Banger's of- fense in Tucson's second conference victory. This put the Badgers in first place. Eluding a Sunnyside defender, halfback Joe Petroshus plunged To return a punt 85 yards for six points. 133 Q. 1. 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'- " ii " 3 " 'ai -- "Ziff 'fr t ' wtf :flS7'.'fk.1-f'-J VARSITY FOOTBALL Bottom Row: Kent Sebring, Steve Smith, Curtis Flan- nigan, Tom Warren, Eric Watson, Henry Anderson, Jim Dworin, Al Lewis, Don Smith, Tommy Gin, Carlos Figueroa. Second Row: Rich Steven- son, Al Espinosa, Ted Marin, Catalino Flores, O sca r Romo, Pat Bailey, Richard Dodson, Bob Morris, Joe Petroshus, Joe Metz, Ken Craig. Top Row: Coach Oliver Mayfield, Rene Madrid, Willie Ellis, David Molina, David Joe, Gilbert Felix, Beniamin Sanders, Charles Ross, Lawrence Wright, Bob Morrison, Tony Laborin, Coach Ralph Bailey, Coach Harry Smith. Fifth Ranked North Phoenix in T.V. Debut Offense keynoted the Red and White vic- tory over Amphi. Charles Ross played the part of workhorse as he repeatedly found openings in the Amphi line, rolling up over 100 yards rushing. The season ended on a disappointing note as Pueblo embarrassed the Badgers in the divisional championship, 31-14. Caught behind the line of scrimmage by Alan Luke, a Sal- pointe Lancer found the situation grim as Curtis Flannigan VARSITY FOOTBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson 0 Palo Verde 7 17 0 Catalina 9 33 44 Sunnyside 25 42 40 North Phoenix 6 14 20 Douglas 6 Opponent Salpointe 12 Rincon 7 Amphitheater 13 Pueblo 31 rushed in to complete the tackle. A last enabled Salpointe to edge the Badgers. minute touchdown 135 Q If 3 ""' Q . . ,, jg gf-1 ,. is M ,. , ips spills' O if 1463 X 'x JUNlOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Bottom Row: Richard Quiroz, Danny Cota, Rpndy Phillips, Eddie Gallardo, Phil Soza, Bill Coronado, Wesley Flanni- gan, Lenny Cota-Robles, Ray Archuleta, Albert Lizarraga, Gregory An- drews, Armando Campos, Charles Virgil, George Laos, Bill Aros. Second Row: Robert Ortiz, Bobby Ortiz, Kelly Christopher, H. B. Lewis, Lonnie Barnes, Pierre Shaw, Don Matthews, Armando Valente, Gilbert Alegria, Roy Ray, Vic Rivera, Willie Morales, Donald Gin, Al Acuna, John Tom, Victor Sanchez. Third Row: Richard Canfield, Joe Machado, John Gallardo, 4 gel f 5 , T L l 'wr Mike Aguilar, Danny Gutierrez, Frank Mendoza, Bob Ortiz, Joe Rodriguez Craig Oakes, Gilbert Corrales, Antonio Limon, Ron Morris, Mitchell Smith Dennis Drow, Jim Ellison, Paul Waldren. Top Row: Coach Virgil Stan Danny Alvarez, Samuel Greene, Rene McCormick, Ted Palmer, David Gib son, Gil Lopez, Ron Figueroa, Cornell Lesley, Butch Orozco, Carlos Mesa Eddie Ochoa, Grank Gandara, Bob Metz, Frank Moreno, Dwight Anderson Larry Bacon, Charles Soto, Coach Mel Huffaker. Junior Varsity, Freshmen Team Crushed A iunior varsity halfback received a quick handoff in an effort to gain effective as the little Badgers routed previously undefeated Rincon, and yardage through the center of the line. The J. V. ground game proved upped their season record to six wins and one loss. W"'5i1 5.22" .airy , ,, ru-fr . 136 its FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Bottom Row: Dicky Corral, Eddie Valdenegro, Rene Broussard, Jose Armenia, Jim Scheiger, Louis Rodriguez, David Camacho, Steve Kreamer, Robert Kisling, Mike Mata. Second Row: Dan- ny Nava, John Palacio, Jim Briggs, Sid Bradley, Carlos Arriaga, Abby Cady, Johnny Encinas, Nicky Valezuela, Tommy Clark, Ralph Castro. C Conference Aclversarles Valiantly defending his goal, Joe Redmond grounded his opponent. The Freshman football team crushed all opposition averaging 38 points per game. Pi XNCM, i Third Row: Robert Quiroz, Darral Davis, Alex Betran, Dennis Keating, Les Gin, David Nelson, James Thompson, Bill Mesa, Micheal Morris, Jesus Bracamonte. Top Row: Tim Strongin, Anastacio Martinez, Will Kreamer, Marvin Lewis, George Rubio, Bert Otero, Ralph Ormsby, John Truiillo, Gilbert Caballero, John Click. Victory was the password in the Junior Varsity locker room as the Badgers once again dominated the opposition. The ,l.V. squad, under the guidance of Coaches Virgil Stan and Mel 1-luffaker, allowed only three adversaries to score more than twice. The offense played an important role, scoring an average of 25 points per game. Their only losses came at the hands of Palo Verde and Pueblo as the gridders posted a 7-2 season mark. Freshman football teams around the city had one thing in common this year. They were all defeated hy Tucson High. Coach Art Acosta, assisted hy Coach Don Anderson, moulded the freshmen into a seemingly in- vincible force as the Badgers smashed all foes in posting an 8-0 record. The freshmen scored 309 points, while yielding only 54. Displaying strength and speed, the freshmen easily took their second consecutive city title. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 26 Catalina 13 13 Rincon 7 37 Sunnyside 6 32 Fort Grant 13 7 Palo Verde 31 45 Amphi 32 21 Douglas 7 19 Pueblo 27 25 Salpointe 6 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 25 Catalina 0 65 Salpointe 6 27 Sunnyside 13 30 Rincon 7 45 Palo Verde 13 40 Amphi 2 56 Douglas 6 31 Pueblo 7 'I37 Badger Delano Price out-monuevered cn Polo Verde opponenf leaving the court clear for on easy Two poinTs. Offensive slrenglh allowed Tucson To work The bull under the basket for o clear shot by Joe Petroshus. Defily reaching around C1 Titan forward, Kenny Bull knocked the bull loose in on imporTc1nf defensive ploy. 138 ni Veteran Cagers Boosted Badgers To Best Season In Five Years Six foot eight inch Chuco Miranda found his height a useful advantage over the Rangers in The Rincon game. VARSITY BASKETBALL Bottom Row: Ronny Tellez, Delano Price, Ralph Edgar. Second Row: Archie Douglas, Bruce Klew- Led by five returning starters, the varsity basketball team opened the season with five successive victories over non-conference op- ponents. With only seconds remaining to play, junior Delano Price insured victories in the first two games. Price sank the freethrows needed to defeat Palo Verde in overtime, and beat Sunnyside by two points. Inspired by their earlier victories, Tucson trounced visiting North Phoenix, 102-65, be- coming the first Arizona team of the 67-68 season to score over 100 points. The team's holiday gift to Coach Morales was a pair of impressive victories. Catalina and Salpointe fell to the rampaging Badgers. Phoenix Union and Alhambra defeated Tucson, but the Red and White came back with their second victory over the ill-fated Trojans of Catalina. Rincon, ranked number one in the state, handed Tucson High its first conference defeat. Center Chuco Miranda led the Badgers, scoring 34 points and pulling down 15 rebounds in the losing effort. er, Fred Dillon, Chuco Miranda. Top Row: Coach Tony Morales, Joe Petroshus, Curtis Flannigan, Bob Downey, Kenny Ball. as T . . ,. . J C l ,ag r a E4 f W. 3.53 ' . -' . 5 Q, if H A 1 , , W , iz f .- - .1 . 1 it . ,, ll, . A lr ri S .. . 1. x H, . ,.,,, ii, p 7 mai Q , S W 4 , J , sv 45' iz Y se A J . ' l l X . Q 'Si-.cm A ss. , 1 . , T 'ff' ' 17 V. T ' e, ' i-- A rx- E R , r T 2 T 139 Rincon Halted Badgers Height and strength enabled Fred Dillon, the team's top re- A surprised Palo Verde defense reacted with futile haste in an attempt to stop a bounder, to finish high in city scoring statistics. driving lay-up through the middle by Badger Curtis Flannigan. Alert defensive play allowed iunior Joe Petroshus to recover a ball batted l6'GGl6'V Palo Vefde, defeC1'fi11g The pOWGYfUl inter-divisional rivals twice away from the luckless Titans. The Tucson High Badgers dominated AA-B dllfiflg their GIWCOUIWTSVS in l'egUlGI' SGUSOYT plfly. fm it 5313 140 Attempt to Win City Title ii""""' "" Led by Fred Dillon, who controlled the boards, the Badgers stormed back with vic- tories over Palo Verde, Pueblo, Douglas and Amphi. Hogie Simmons joined the squad sec- ond semester, and led a futile rally in the 85- 83 loss to division champion Rincon. Sim- mons placed fourth in the city scoring statistics despite his late start. Disaster struck as Ken Ball, described as the squad's most complete player, suffered injuries. Despite his loss, the Badgers made it to the Divisional playoffs. Tucson routed Catalina in the first game, but was eliminated in the next round by Rincon. VARSITY BASKETBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 85 Palo Verde 81 80 Pueblo 67 ' 69 Sunnyside 67 94 Douglas 81 102 North Phoenix 65 72 Amphi 57 76 Catalina 68 83 Rincon 85 64 Salpointe 59 81 Salpointe 74 56 Phoenix Union 91 83 Douglas 76 66 Catalina 65 74 Pueblo 79 71 Alhambra 76 68 Amphi 44 84 Rincon 107 90 Catalina 77 54 Palo Verde 52 64 Rincon 86 Five foot seven inch guard Hogie Simmons played only the second semester but dumbfounded Tucson's foes with his iumping and ballhandling abilities. 9 . viii: 4' ir 'Emir 1 aff' silgd it 9-'fe if Silence filled Sunnyside's gymnasium as forward Kenny Ball concentrated on making a one point tally. 141 Freshmen and Jayvees Provided Rough Competition for Opposition Coached by Mr. Charles Cook, the 1967- 68 Junior Varsity Basketball team revealed good material for next year's varsity squad. Shooting an average of 11.9 points per game, Norvell Watson was leading scorer. John Redmond and Mike Watson excelled in rebounding and were the only teammates over six feet. Frank Postillion scored high on freethrows throughout the season. As the season progressed, the .l.V.'s im- proved, breaking the thousand mark in scor- ing. The team was even stronger in defense than offense. Placing beneath Rincon and Palo Verde, the juniors took third in the city. Freshman Basketball coach, Mr. Larry Hall, fielded his third successful team in a row. The baby Badgers compiled a creditable record losing only three games by a total of seven points. Hall stated that the freshmen had good potential even though they were unsuccessful in their bid for first place. The team had good depth and a tough defense enabling the Badgers to score decisive wins. Stanley Cole led the Badgers in scoring with a tally of over two hundred points. Larry Willis proved to be a quick ball handler. A high individual scoring average boosted the team's average to 55 points per game. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent Tue FIEESHMQN BASQCETBALL 0 47 Palo vordo 51 45 Palo vanio 59 45 Son Pl V dPP"'1e27 65105011 D I PPOHW 54 Sunnyside 34 54 Pueblo 61 52 Sa 0 .gr e 35 72 Aoughiis 59 North Phoenix 44 71 Douglas 51 56 Cggglie 31 69 Rgggorl 64 65 Catalina 35 64 ATf'Ph' 55 62 salooinro 36 55 Salpointe 43 57 Salpointe 37 64 Rincon 67 57 C t 1. 26 37 D 1 3 48 Phoenix Union 49 74 Salpointe 55 54 R? a ma 55 55 Pouflas 3 71 Catalina 52 69 Douglas 53 38 PITCOQ, d 42 56 Alle hf? 3 61 Alhambra 48 65 Pueblo 48 50 Pa 11 ef ff 38 mp 1 3 62 Rincon 67 58 Annohi 59 ue 0 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Bottom Row: Norvell Watson, Willie Mo- Frank Postillion. Top Row: Dan Villegas, Ralph Kingman Jeff Kosanke rales, Blas Valdez, Donald Gin, Gabriel Gastelum. Second Row: Jimmy Mike Watson, John Redmond, Coach Charles Cook. Haynes, Mike Drobeck, Mike Katherina, David Valenzuela, Ronnie Worthy, 142 4 -a n in 1 4 Q X X . if 35 sf' o Dribbling and passing exercises helped the freshman team to develop accuracy and maintain precision. Improved ball handling proved successful as The Junior Varsity broke Rincon's press in their second meeting. Kenneth Dillion, Anastacio Martinez, David Nelson, Darral Cady Rudy Lopez John Pernell Second Row Andy Warrior Dennis DGVIS Gllbefl RGm0S,M0I'Vlf1 Lewis, C0UCl'1 Larry HGH' 'k 143 Coaches Taught Individual Skills To Varsity Team Starting the track season with many re- turning tracksters, the 1968 varsity team showed good potential. Dave Romero, a state qualifier in the mile run, and Al Lewis, a winner in the 440, competed on the Badger team. Shot putter Richard Dodson and dis- cus thrower Fred Dillon were veterans. New Head Coach Don Anderson worked with sprinters and hurdlers while Robert Or- tiz specialized in helping the weight men and pole vaulters. Oliver Mayfield trained the re- lay runners as well as the high jumpers. VARSITY TRACK Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent '87 Amphi 31 68 Rincon 50 73 Douglas 45 53 South Mountain 65 57 Palo Verde 61 76 Sunnyside 42 74 Catalina 44 78 Salpointe 40 53 Pueblo 65 'These scores are the results of the 1967 season. As track team member AI Lewis completed the 440 yard dash in practice, Coach Don Anderson checked the time. 3 XX Because distance was iudged from the footprint nearest the starting line, contestants leaned forward after making their initial broadiump landing. 144 3 5 W A-Q2'i,a,Xf1.2i it fwwmgia ith Competing against each other to improve their time, Som Green, Eric Watson, and Mitchell Smith hurdlecl the barriers ond raced to the finish line. Lifting weights daily helped to condition sophomore Bill Henry's calf, thigh, and back muscles which oided him when competing in high jumping events. During spring track workouts, pole voulter Dwight Thornton got into position for his attempt at the bor. l 145 Returning Sprinters Gave Coaches Hopes f 7 e e eee ,, . 'fi , 2 Q i ii F5 I.. ' .-":zgZ "I ' VAV' . lk ' eeewee 5 iff if , 1 - i f hfy p ee'2" ,ffl ,,.e,e gk L . 3' V T 15 V Lee.. ee.- , T Lf s ,li 'KZ' A 'L "'e 1 5 ee' 4 Q1gQQ1i eee' 'lf 'hM A .. it Q ii 2 :'- he-Z:eQ ' L -'h'-" 5 , 35? . "V: 1 f A Q 3 fl f T e e e st LQ 3 A M111 Zg- f .. ' -an A r "" ifiiiw KLT' . - A Wm l " i ,sf Q .fir ' P 3 . :,' K I 5 Ml . VARSITY TRACK Bottom Row: John Redmond, Hubbert Perkins, Dan Chandler, Henry Anderson, Larry Isaac, Dick Cady, Dwight Thornton, Ben Sanders. Second Row: Elias Bustamonte, David Romero, Carlos Gomez, With a firm grip of the discus, Cornel Leslie concentrated on hurling it farther than any other contestant. J 146 The varsity an essentia Boe James, Pete Romero, John Stevenson, Alex Coronado, Eric Watson Top Row: Tom Dean, Richard Dodson, Al Lewis, Berry Bertie, Sam Green Cornel Leslie, Coach Oliver Mayfield, Coach Don Anderson. relay team of Henry Anderson and Jere McDonough found exact timing l requirement in passing the baton from man to man. for Successful Season Richard Dodson put his weight behind the shotput to gain ' ilw, :si gu, During sixth period practice, at Cherry Field, Varsity cinderman extra momentum in breaking his previous distance. Soaring over the high iump placed at 5 feet 4 inches, Larry Isaac kicked his left leg to avoid scraping the bar. Varsity ,ii . rx David Joe worked on improving his time. highiumpers practiced their approach, an essential factor in clearing the high bar successfuliy and in good form. Z I 1 A r ,til iriff 3 f .. 'I47 , s tzzyzw it Q if S' if 1 T,Zgg?i rl ,ig Junior Varsity, Freshman Teams Showed Promise Head coach Don Anderson expressed op- timism for the Junior Varsity Track team. Lack of depth on the varsity squad enabled some J.V.'s to compete on the upper level, such as sophomore Cornel Leslie who threw the discus for the varsity. Other top members included Dan Greene and Dwight Anderson. C The junior cindermen worked under varsity coaches Anderson, Mayfield and Ortiz. High hopes were also held for the fresh- men. The team, led by Larry Willis, Derryl Davis, Alistaire Heartsfield, and Reggie Joe, was described as talented by Coach Ander- son. Except for being shy in hurdlers, the Badgers were an all-around strong team. JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent '91 Flowing Wells 27 34- Rincon 84 83 Douglas 34 53M Catalina 63M 79 Palo Verde 39 55 Sunnyside 59 65 Salpointe 50 36 Pueblo 54 'These scores are the results of the 1967 season. FRESHMAN TRACK Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent '102 Douglas 16 93 Amphi 25 87 Rincon 31 81 Catalina 37 79 Sunnyside 39 72 Palo Verde 46 107 Salpointe 11 66 Pueblo 52 'These scores are the results of the 1967 season. NNY... .. .C Pacing themselves carefully to avoid early exertion, Junior Varsity trackmen William Mohr and Joe Robles ran laps as part of their warm-up exercises. JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK Bottom Row: Charles Virgil, Joe Robles, H. B. Lewis, Phil Soza, Manny Kraft, Paul Waldren, William Mohr, Gary Gard- ner, George Hernandez, David Pesquiera, Vic Rivera, Ray Sierra, Bob Ortiz. Top Row: Greg Andrews, Dennis Drow, Dwight Anderson, Reuben Duarte, Kelly Christopher, Willie Smith, Lon Barnes, Ronnie Worthy, Nor- vell Watson, Larry Walker, Ron Morris, William Howard, Eddie Ochoa, Mike Aguilar. i A C ,C C f s , 1 2 ,,., 1 C, .A V IL, - - gigs W J M , T C T ' ' ' ' W : 1 ,. . . A ff' 1 ' rr. 'Wi ' 1 -C 7 C M850 .5 C A ., pq ,Q it .2133 C ri V 'ff - f i' ie. 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C ,JC 1 Cgsgrigi .L C LV .4 W M C, , zl. fir ,H jig 52, All K 1552 EV? i KJ Nags. ,U ff, I his 1 rx I 2 L' E n 'K 3. wSr.5395 , ,X f 1 1-,C,f, ' g ig K L 'A A , 5 l N 3 W iii, 7 gg n R 6 i i A' ' ' - ' ' 'X w ' - T 2 i K . 2? . f C r 'C 148 FRESHMAN TRACK Bottom Row: Rene Broussard, David Ormsby, David Camacho, Allistaire Heartsfield, Ralph Castro, Frank Martinez, Luis Sepul- veda, Jim Camacho, Larry Willis, William Akins. Second Row: Rich Lopez, Carlos Arriaga, Bob Ortiz, Bob Kisling, Tim Hilderman, John Encinas, -Ti? Alex Beltran, Hector Rangel, Carlos Garcia, Jesus Martinez. Top Row: Coach Robert Ortiz, Tim Strongin, Gary Narcho, Dennis Jones, Dan Naya, Dave Nelson, Darrel Davis, Bob Valverde, Joe Redmond, Larry Hill, Reggie Joe. Although not competing as a hurdler, Junior Varsity trackman Norvell Watson ran Freshman pole vaulter David Ormsby practiced shifting his the low hurdles as an exercise to improve his coordination. weight in order to clear the bar more easily. J 149 Qt! 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' ' , ff' ' -Y "f A s. he ' -R 4- Working out at Cherry Field, junior Marshal Wiles, successf action necessary for a smoothly executed side-arm curve ball. ully mastered the wrist VARSITY BASEBALL .K r , wg?-U S -2 wif 3, fi 4ft:'i41?'ffeZs- -7 t' H -1 .- 2 - . x .... - .I ,. Q., 4 L,,g,-. AAAA V' .223 ,si T ir? " W 13iPfgg.5i?i ii . .i'.?Sf1ifr1'.: - it . ' t . if ' Q' .. fx-asp " ' .. ,W 2 ':. V- - ' iW7Sfia...92EJ- ff'f?i.'T55" 'ff"if'f : ff fx 5fF7'5z'ii'3.':fi wxafw w w: sr t? ft M 'V iiyrisftsffe.-smttrfi Ar wit" S, if f,if" W.is wasnt".-'15t"sz1PwTE . ,W stays is . N. ..,l q,.. f is L. .,,, a. fa -:fr N. wr'-4-: :sf sf. Q ,.., ,Q . 1. li.. .. .. A 1 ,,1"lA ,A,.4 s gggfgffsrg . gears ww i 5 5. 3i7i5L?fs.'.Wf- -7 ' J' 1. ' .. wif' A 15, - -' , . .ggi t Vfsy.. . ,,,, K, Ig ' ' 5 "W JA. f..i,i,s: .- X ii 37' ' iff' :ffl 'Ira-S 'V - 'sk' .5 fx f.'i.iaa1r51f'i'f' S f' M, H f ef . My 4,3 1 'T' W 0, .if A 9 H4 is in ' - W t s 1 1 . .t .HZ ' 'L s . Q, W wf.y.fy Y staff". uf... -H-' fl'tNl -'.'- L 884 yuiln.. Wristpower was an important factor as Rene Madrid timed his swing to meet the ball cleanly during practice. Senior Capability Helped Varsity Better lt Game Stiff legs and sore arms greeted the open- ing of varsity baseball. Coach Ray Adkins fielded a squad of about twenty men, includ- ing many experienced veterans. Like last year, the defense stood out as a strong point. Carlos Figueroa returned to play third base, equipped with speed and a powerful "shot- gun" arm. Seniors Rene Madrid, shortstop, Kent Sebring, second base, and outfielders Andy Bland and Don Smith provided a potent hitting attack. Tucson Opponent "'3 Rincon 0 11 Phoenix Union 0 4 Pueblo 3 West Phoenix 6 Amphi 6 Douglas 1 Sunnyside 0 Palo Verde 1 South Mountain l 2 5 7 2 2 0 11 7 Salpointe Tucson Opponent O Rincon 4 0 Catalina 1 2 Pueblo 0 0 Amphi 5 1 Douglas O 5 Sunnyside 0 0 Palo Verde 1 6 Salpointe 3 1 Catalina 7 'These scores are the results of the 1967 season. Daredevil baserunning was the trademark of second baseman Kent Se- Sebring broke with the pitch and successfully stole third base, sliding in bring, a two year varsity man. During an early season intra-squad game, well ahead ofthe catcher's throw. S??'rY,a.-'ESV A s SKF! ' "f'!f 'i' fVS5lvil?5'f?3'!4?fSv5 l'w'fY-flsiixa tizl- 'iiia2A2Zif ?S5F5S2dQGQY,E is " - uwfwisfffIixs,z.f5f22wP- r3i15'3ii.,....-.. ..,V..fs,.o.......,,w 1z5v '1Ri2tIQWi3?i5YRT':fl,i? UTSEQ, f9zei?3?ff'155iifEvQ lille: x Tris Baseball Team Anticipated Rugged Schedule M. . ' if Catcher Catalino Flores scooped up a quick snap from an in- Waiting for his turn at bat, Carlos Figueroa took several practice swings in the on fielder as the runner on third headed toward home. deck circle. The varsity squad held batting practice daily. VARSITY BASEBALL Bottom Row: Carlos Encinos, Jesus Gutierrez, Kent Adkins, Andy Bland, Frank Castilla, Robert Lean, Vernon Davis, Marshall Sebring, Carlos Figueroa, Bob Marsh, Hector Martinez, Ray Maiuta, Arnold Wilas, Wada MCl-SGH, MGHDY Z0PedC'. CUTUNFIO FlOl'9S- Mares, Sammy Samorano, Don Smith. Top Row: Joe Alonis, Coach Ray 'K ff . X , X it rf, . 'S ggi? -ply K rf 'Uk-5 , r fs 1,515.3 3 r-A 1- H A ,E ,P W -A . A 'N X . X - -' 1 r We 9 A .r . A rr ' .K ' A . Fa.. .,.. 5, 'ii ' ' Y xwqgigagq 152 Equipped With Experience ond Confidence A long reach enabled senior Frank Castillo to snag the ball o split second before the straining runner arrived, completing a double play. crrcc i A "1 it I Right hunder Vernon Davis concentrated all his efforts on putting a third strike past the opposing batter. 153 5. Q we ,. if I 4 55 .g in K Q is as Q m s 5 s X 1 W E l in i JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL Bottom Row: Lenny Cota-Robles, Blas Valdez, Lawrence Bacon. Top Row: Coach Art Acosta, Richard Quirroz, Butch Gilbert Alegria, Mike Morales, Pierre Shaw, Donald Gin, Don Mathews, Orozco, Larry Alvarez, Alonzo Reed, Jimmy Haynes, Victor Sanchez, Willie Dale Duncan. Second Row: Ray Chavez, Roberto Borboa, John Gallardo, Morales, Richard Salas, Craig Oakes. John Hogg, Frank Moreno, Frank Postillion, Mike Katherina, Mike Watson Because baseball strategy often depended on a successful bunt, players practiced to improve their bunting ability. 154 1 During a spring drill at Cherry Field, a Junior Varsity third baseman moved in to field a ball hit hard along the inside on the baseline. .,L,,f:f . . - ,gan , Frosh and Jayvee Baseballers Had Depth Switching from football to baseball, Coach Art Acosta groomed the ,l.V. squad for the coming season. A good turnout of out- fielders and a promising crop of pitchers in- As pivot man in a double play combination, a freshman second baseman relayed the throw from second to first, forcing the runners out at both bags. FRESHMAN BASEBALL Bottom Row: Joe Simental, John Palacio, George Martinez, Larry Palma, Richard Padilla, Matt Laswell, Frank Soto, Frank Lucero, Tony Velez, Eddie Valdenegro. Second Row: David Clark, Gerald Flores, David Hernandez, Tom Clark, Edmont Aguirre, Robert Quiroz, dicated a winning year for the young Badgers. Since the boys were unknown to Coach Ralph Bailey who guided the freshmen for the first time, the final cuts for the new team were not made until the sixth week of prac- tice. Tough competition among the boys com- bined with good hustle promised another top team to represent Tucson High. JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent "6 Catalina 2 2 Pueblo 1 3 Amphi 1 2 Rincon 1 2 Rincon 1 3 Sunnyside 2 2 Palo Verde 6 1 Douglas 3 8 Sunnyside 2 2 Palo Verde 8 3 Pueblo 1 2 Salpointe 4 5 Salpointe 2 3 Catalina 2 2 Amphi 4 9 Douglas 4 3 Rincon 2 'These scores are the results of the 1967 season. l l FRESHMAN BASEBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 'O Sunnyside 1 1 Sunnyside 4 8 Amphi 0 2 Palo Verde 1 2 Catalina 11 2 Amphi 11 8 Douglas 9 8 Rincon 5 4 Canyon Del Oro 0 9 Palo Verde 2 8 Salpointe 3 1 Rincon 5 6 Pueblo 1 8 Canyon Del Oro 3 2 Salpointe 6 'These scores are the results of the 1967 season. l Carlos Guzman, Danny Gutierrez, Nicky Valenzuela, Manuel Robles, Bert Otero. Top Row: Coach Ralph Bailey, Eli German, Gilbert Ramos, Will Kreamer, Dicky Corral, Abby Cady, Anastacia Martinez, Vincent Amaro, lgnacio Ruelas, Frank Rodriguez, Assistant Coach Arthur Curley. at .. me ,Q -3 V 5 ,E A steak , 1 , ,,ri ' -'W- f is If K , E r,,, is if W jfs' Ms I s I if wa 155 Experienced Lettermen Bolstered Strength l 0 0 M' MR CROSS COUNTRY Bottom Row: Henry Chavez, Artie Arvizu, Johnny En- Richard Flores. Top Row: Coach Robert Ortiz, Pete Romero Eddie Moreno cinas, Jimmy Camacho, William Howard, Bill Berrelles, Abe Bornstein, Bill Contreras, Elias Bustamante, David Romero, David Voladez Frank Second Row: Mark Maialca, William Mohr, Ruben Madrigal, Hector lin Moreno, Boe James, Waldo Montano, Mario Saenz Pinedo, Ruben Duarte, Henry Andrade, Carlos Gomez, Ruben Saenz, While being timed by Coach Robert Ortiz, David Romero took Tuesdays and Thursdays were spent at the Tucson High sta- the lead from Mario Saenz during a sixth period practice. dium preparing tor cross country treks. -we , . -fe? 731.15 ix. ' xxx 'i R 156 1, H, i .Q it , -. R -, Q ' hm - x 5:0 . .- J 5 ' , Q -. 1 ,gk I X 7 ,1 , 1, , , ., swf' ' A '1 of Hopeful Cross Country and Golf Teams GOLF Bottom Row: Larry Gutierrez, Rudy Maiuta, Coach Harry Smith. Second Row: George Riesgo, Benny Gomez, Rick Bryan, Hector Pinedo. Third Row: Domingo Ala varez, Danny Romero, Rudy Leon. Top Row: Joe Andaloro, Bob Lopez, George Rico, Jim Trego. Putting into practice what Coach Harry Smith advised, iunior Domingo Alvarez demonstrated the correct stance necessary for a long fairway drive. After a disappointing start, the Tucson High golf team expected a successful season. Coach Harry Smith predicted a strong team relying on returning golfers. Domingo A1- varez was a contender for city honors. Coached by Robert Ortiz, the 1967-1968 Cross Country team compiled a 4-3 record. Juniors Bill Contreras and Dave Romero Won medals in the Amphi Invitational and the State Qualifying meets. With the strength of returning harriers, Ortiz had a powerful team to enter into city competition. 4 CROSS COUNTRY Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 26 Catalina 31 23 Rincon 32 45 Sunnyside 15 21 Amphi 41 36 Palo Verde 21 36 Pueblo 23 24 Salpointe 32 GOLF Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent X215 Salpointe 205 214 Salpointe 207 217 Rincon 219 217 Sunnyside 220 208 Amphi 214 205 Amphi 215 206 Flowing Wells 214 205 Sunnyside 210 203 Palo Verde 205 198 Palo Verde 191 208 Catalina 200 216 Catalina 210 l"Thcse scores are the results of the 1967 season. Before leaving for EI Rio Golf Course, members of the varsity golf team loosened up on the school grounds. 4 , as 'L . 'lffszstie gy- fa if'f1U. 157 fi' QW y if f AJ. " I ed X' Q, he 'g,.i.w .. , 1 8 His head turned to breathe, Dean Cotlow finished his last lap of the in- dividual medley, The medley required the tanker to swim four strokes, VARSITY SWIMMING Bottom Row: Louis Laz, Ronald James, Rick Evans, Dean Cotlow, Mike Dymond, Bob Dorson, Stan Sfanich. Second Row: Bill Fellner, Richqrd Baumeister, Brian Scanlancl, Jim Navarro, Dan Brophy, 'I58 Q I , I, . ,. K, us, 1, M wtf' butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke and free-style. Cotlow also competed in the 400 yard distance event. Steve Brophy, Lyle Mann, Bill Laird. Top Row: Joe Millstone, Don Han- nan, Kevin Sievert, David Riley, John Williams, Richard James, Michael Noyes, Coach Arthur Niemi. ,. 417 Ubi . . K f" , if , W. It W' I. f ak N., , , I .xx L Badger Tankers Hoped to Retain Divisional Crown While successfully breaking old records the 1966-67 Tucson High swimming team took the city title with a 4-3 season. Tucson downed the defending AA-4 champion, Palo Verde, in the first meet. Three more victories enabled the Badgers to place fifth in the state. Paced by three seniors, the tankers antici- pated another successful season. Steve Bro- phy, Dean Cotlow, and Lyle Mann provided the experience of four years of competition. ,luniors Dan Brophy, Richard Evans, and Bob Dorson backed up the seniors, along with sophomores Richard James and Brad Burr. Individual standouts and overall team strength was expected to propel the team to the top. VARSITY SWIMMING Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent '58 Palo Verde 37 72 Pueblo 23 4-7 Rincon 48 4-6 Palo Verde 4-9 82 West Phoenix 75 52 Catalina 43 Central Phoenix 35 4-6 Rincon 49 "'These scores are the results of the 1967 season. ' r Arms outstretched diver Bill Laird performed a back flip from the low board at the YMCA pool Laird also competed in the high board events. A small splash and the straight legs of a diver provided evi- dence of a graceful entry into the water. Coach Art Neimi timed the efforts of a relay team as Dan Brophy tensed for the start of the four final laps. 159 iw- wh dllqvw :mum Venn- X. M , - , A if 3 , . . In gl . X .f Ya ji I it xv .gdb - GYMNASTICS Bottom Row: William Tom, Rod Gustafson, Darrel Mac- Donald, Gus Aragon, Billy Boots, Charlie Evans. Second Row: Hector Galvan, Fernando Bonillas, Albert Quihuis, Sandy Pena, Jimmy Haro, Joe Flores, Dee Moothart, David Gin, Carlos Gallegos. Top Row: Richard Smith, Hector Ramirez, Ruben Ortiz, Paul Horky, Snow Peabody, Roger Pearson, Jim Farero, Larry Pearson, Coach William Westervelt. Gymnasts Showed Strength on Siclehorse Spinning through a double somersault in his routine, Billy Boots demonstrated the form which won him top places in tumbling and floor exercise. Added depth coupled with team spirit was expected to push this year's gymnastics squad r as to an improved season. Competing as the num- ber one gymnast in the all-around event, Car- los Gallegos was especially strong on the parellel bars and sidehorse. Snow Peabody supplied additional strength on the sidehorse and competed in the high bar and floor exer- cise events. Billy Boots was top man in floor exercise and tumbling, returning for his sec- ond year on the varsity gymnastics team. Several juniors were also rated as poten- tial point winners for the coming varsity sea- son. Gus Aragon on parallel bars and Charlie Evans on the rings led the inexperienced ju- nior members of the squad. The trampoline loomed as the team's biggest weakness. The squad hoped to do well in city competition with individual members anticipating a trip 74-VZ Phoenix Union 43V2 74 Pueblo 37 58 Phoenix Union 3015 Palo Verde 76M to the state finals for title competition. VARSITY CYMNASTICS Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 3465 Rincon 35V2 69 Amphi 49 Carl Hayden 84 87 Pueblo 53 North Phoenix 14 82 Phoenix Central 36 44 Catalina 74- 62 Rincon 50 'These scores are the results of the 1967 season. 161 Wrestling Team Led by Two State Champ we M.-J NM -an fVbf 'Wh VARSITY WRESTLING Bottom Row: Rudy Flores, Tony Romero, Chuck Stan- Bedoya, Charles Garcia, Mike Zimmerman, Richard Dodson, Frank Rod- ton, Oscar Paredes, Johnny Lopez. Second Row: Bernie Tapia, Kelly riguez, Coach Ron Clinton. Christopher, Freddie Leon, Dave Edgar, Dave Molina. Top Row: Manuel Pinning his Amphi opponent gave junior Oscar Paredes a State champion in the 'I65 pound class, Manny Bedoya worked his adversary toward fourth place in the city in the 103 pound category. the mat. Coach Clinton described Bedoya as his best wrestler. .filly A..-. ' ?f' A T62 Finished Division Matches Only the strength of his outstretched arms kept this wrestler from being Thrown by David Molina during the Divisional matches held at Rincon. Entangled in the grasp of Chuck Stanton with his arms close ro his side, a Rincon wrestler found himself in a helpless in Third Place Wrestling under the guidance of Coach Ron Clinton, the varsity matmen posted an- other winning season. Eight victories and two defeats earned the Wrestling team a third place finish in the city competition. John Lopez, David Molina and Manny Bedoya all compiled undefeated records, while junior Oscar Paredes suffered only one defeat. After the termination of regular session meets, the team participated in the Divisional matches at Rincon. Chuck Stanton and Manny Bedoya Won City titles as six Badger Wrestlers finished high enough in the final point stand- ing to qualify for berths in the state tourna- ment at Phoenix. Manny Bedoya, wrestling at 165 pounds, and David Molina, in the 145 pound class, captured state titles for Tucson High. The Badgers finished fifth in overall standings in state competition. VARSITY WRESTLING Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 33 Glendale 13 13 Pueblo 38 34 Amphi l7 20 Palo Yerde 30 28 Mesa Westwood l6 24- Catalina 22 Sunnyside forfeit 24 Rincon 22 30 Salpointe 15 3rd Division Meet 27 Alhambra 16 5th State Meet situation. Stanton took the all-city title in the H2 pound weight class and advanced to state. 163 Netters Anticipated Tough Fight Against Defending State Champs ., a s ' -51. 2 Defending the edge of the forecourt, senior Richard Moos attempted to return a difficult bockhand shot. VARSITY TENNIS Bottom Row: Jeff Schnepp, Richard Marsland, Jim Weselman, Ray Moore, Coach Barry Edberg. Top Row: UW.-x With hopes of winning the state champion- ship, the Boys Tennis team completed the 1966-67 season with a 12-2 record. The Badgers finished second in the division, losing only twice at the hands of Catalina. Mr. Barry Edberg, in his first year as the Tucson High varsity tennis coach, predicted a successful season for the Badger netters. With Erich Bock heading the team and Richard Moos as second hopeful, the squad expected to take at least second in city com- petition. Catalina, the toughest opposition last year, was expected to be Tucson's most power- ful rival again this season. Besides competing against other schools, the boys entered in- dividually in the City Parks tournaments. BOY'S VARSITY TENNIS Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent "'0 Catalina 7 0 Catalina 7 7 Salpointe 0 7 Salpointe 0 5 Palo Verde 2 4 Palo Verde 3 7 Rincon 0 6 Rincon 1 7 Amphi 0 7 Amphi 0 7 Pueblo 0 7 Pueblo 0 7 Douglas 0 6 Douglas 1 'These scores are the result of the 1967 season. Keith Sutterley, Jim Neavitt, Terry Bennett, Richard Moos, Erich Bock, John Vaslie. A if ,, , A, -' N if . F ,dew 3 ., ' 'in 7 6 fig Egg . L ff, A. , . C. A A f H e . 'T ' T 7 . . . f s e seyii as Q + 7 s ,, A , -- A ' I 1 iv ,- L . K -. i .. . at ,-.,. " ' ' t - , -...,, . . -' --- 2 .as .. 'A 'T f : I ' 6 ' fie i i 'M se- ' ' "ss"' ,, . rf ' , J, . ' , " gi ,. . W" K -, ' , , N"-is , Q :lg -'ish' :Z 1 1 in 7 '- 1 ESM V7 .Ni ,. : K ' .N , i Y K ..,. r ' ' ' Q , 1 1- 2.55 U: -,:VV 164 .smigt , if., 1 it .,i..... yrtss 7 N A in Q- i , .Wy , lntra-squad matches served as part ot daily winter practices. Terry Bennett returned a volley as John Vasile backed him up at the service line. Third ranked Keith Sutterly pivoted to the right to meet a ball hit hard to his back- hand by Rincon's number three player during their second encounter. Top-seeded netter Erick Bock worked to improve his serve, which was essential in gaining competitive points. Playing the net position, senior Jim Neavitt tried to Iob the ball in order to catch his opponent offguard. .aww 165 Perfect Record 9 To Tennis Team With a record of eight years without a loss, the Girls' Varsity Tennis Team practiced daily after school until 5:30 to continue their Winning streak. Senior members of the team often taught the beginning players competitive techniques for tournaments. The four main tournaments held this year were: Open, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter. The 'claddern system determined the girls' positions on the team. Under this system, a player moved up or down the ladder accord- ing to how much she improved each week. gif'- F 4- A , A p :.p , .zi a A I , ,gg- ,,t:.... U H O n O A . .,..p , Lg : mi' .f it is I Aw .J ,, if VARSITY TENNIS Bottom Row: Paula Aboud, Liliana Sanchez, Hilda Leon, Prinny Mallamo. Second Row: Eva Ballesteros, Gloria Yslava, Virginia Leon, Kathy Olsen. Top Row: Alexandra Garcia, Evelina Chavez, Karen Kivel, Jean Aboud, for the winning team for the past eight years, helped each individual to correct and strengthen her movements. VARSITY GIRLS, TENNIS TUCSON OPPONENT TUCSON OPPONENT T7 Salpointe 0 7 Salpointe O S' lli T' . ix 7 Palo Verde 0 7 Palo Verde O f 7 Rincon 0 7 Rincon 0 f 7 Amphi 0 7 Amphi 0 ' ' . ' 7 Pueblo 0 7 Pueblo 0 7 ' 7 Douglas 0 7 Douglas 0 T 5 Sunnyside 2 7 Sunnyside 0 7 Catalina 0 'These scores are the result of the 1967 season. The top two players of the Tennis Team, Paola Aboud and Hilda Leon, concentrated on the improvement of various strokes. Miss Clark, coach 5 i ' 1 1 't-i. - 'aff' if it 5 syaruvdw GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Bottom Row: Ceci Owen, Nanci Versakos, Top Row: Cecilia Castillo, Margaret Obregon, Diana Perez, Pauline Sebal- Ncncy Castillo, Barb Papousek, Virginia Leon, Dina Soltero, Linda Keely. los, Mary Ann Reis, Thomascena Green, Lucy Owen. GAA Allowed Girls to Compete City-Wide Hard work and lots of water helped to make the GAA car wash a success. Money raising proiects ranked second only to sports on the girls' agenda. Bermuda-clad girls Washed and shined cars for the Girls' Athletic Association car wash held in March. The club hoped to raise enough money to sponsor a hay ride later in the year. Crest-shaped pins with a mlm at- tached were available to members who earned enough points participating in sports events throughout the year. The twenty girls, under the directorship of Virginia Romero, played basketball and field hockey in winter and softball and volleyball in spring. GAA President Pauline Seballos pondered over the schedule of events planned for the spring semester. 'I67 X ,ii i Before the basketball season officially opened, team members practiced on the court behind the cafeteria. 168 AQUA MAIDS Bottom Row: Lori Cain, Melody Block, Margaret Marquez, Margaret Smith. Second Row: Gloria Misner, Sherry Magee, Kathy Weiler, Sheri Waite, Char- lotte Kelly. Top Row: Barbara Fry, Gayle Gerhart, Pat McCarthy, Kathy Hacke, Pris- cilla Misner, Vicky Ellis. Ready to grab the baton and take off at top speed, a member of GAA practiced a relay race. Playday tournaments also included 880 and 440 yard runs. Girls' Volleyball Team Captured City Title An opening whistle was the signal for the bully to begin during a game of field hockey. Two GAA members attempted to knock the puck to a teammate. VOLLEYBALL Bottom Row: Robin Reed, Virginia Leon. Second Row: Aida Fisher, Hilda Leon, Vivian Davila. ti?i'?i?ZEf55 ii 9- 5' - Top Row: Diana Perez, Jean Aboud, Paula Aboud. 5- i 5 School bells ushered in many fall team sports such as field hockey, track and basket- ball. A change in girls' basketball rules al- lowed the players to make more dribbles. A hockey tournament against Flowing Wells took place January 27 while the track team was pitted against Rincon April 27. The volleyball team regained the di- visional title by beating Palo Verde, Catalina and Pueblo. Three team members, Paula Aboud, Hilda Leon, and Diana Perez, attained All-City positions. In a final game, the All- City team played the All-City teachers. Aqua maids practiced every Wednesday after school in readiness for their May 3 and 4 presentation. Throughout the year, the swimmers Worked-out at the YWCA. At each practice, 20 to 25 girls coordinated swim- ming movements to music. 'gThe Circusi' was the theme of this spring's water show. Robin Reed swiftly hit a speeding volleyball to alter its course and send it to the opponent across the net. Spring Sports Centered Around Individual Action New equipment such as a balance beam and a trampoline aided the girls gymnastics team in preparation for their competitive meets. A Divisional Meet took place April 26 and 27 followed by a State Meet in May. Badminton season started in February when the team played Catalina. Ten girls par- ticipated in an All-City Meet held later in the month, followed by District Playoffs and the State Tournament in the spring. Junior Bey Zagona practiced the "needle" on the balance beam in preparation for a spring gymnastics meet. Players used the "smash" stroke in badminton to catch the opponent oft guard with a bard hit to the birdie. 170 Twirlers Morched in Two Gala Pclrodes VARSITY TWIRLERS Bottom Row: Anna Fisher, Yolanda Galarza. Top Row: Patti Zazuefc, Kay Remily, Mary Ann Rosales. Twirlers marched on the field with the Marching IOO at every pre-game and half- time show. The girls worked hard to display accuracy and good timing. Marching in the Veterans' Day and Rodeo Day Parades, the 1967-68 Twirlers caught the attention of the crowds by mastering new tricks and motions. One trick, the 'fpeelf' was executed While the girls formed a V. Each of the five twirlers threw her baton to another twirler. This stunt called for accuracy and per- fect timing. The routines also involved aerials. Head Kay Remily supervised the actions of the other four girls. Try-outs for the position of Twirler were held a month before school began. The hope- ful contenders learned movements to the school songs, made up a routine and learned how to march correctly. Mr. Steele, adviser Sandy Trigg, and Senior twirlers judged the finalists on pep and coordination. Head Twirler Kay Remily and The other four twirlers journeyed to Rincon to perform the pre-game show. 171 girls also used large mirrors which lined a wall of the room to view and polish their routines. Cindy Bachrnan, Mary Beth Bliss, Betz Reece. Top Row: Janice Stensian, Carol Still, Liz Vowels, Mattie Green, Margaret Martinez, Pauline Seballos, Jamie Haynes, Marna Ares, Kathie Edson, Rhonda Field, Hannan Berko- witz, Diana Trujillo. .,.. .. .ln Terpsi Assembly Featured Yuleticle Theme "Moods of Christmasn was the theme of the Terpsichorus assembly. In "The Light Dancef' the dancers portrayed Christmas trees by making use of spinning lights in long r strings. HFrustration" depicted the agony of trying to accomplish last minute shopping. The finale, 4'Wrapping Boxesf' featured the girls as colored ribbons and bows decorating the large packages on stage. In preparation for concerts, members of Terpsi strove to improve their movement and timing techniques. Dancers Marna Ares and Hannah Berkowitz choreographed the Winter assembly. Adviser Carol Scoville taught a class for those interested in advanced Work. The girls sold lollipops at home football games to raise money for the club. Terpsi member Hannah Berkowitz traveled through Western , Arizona and California with a professional Troup. A routine warm-up, as shown by Mama Ares, was neces- sary for all modern dancers To convey expressive movements. 173 VARSITY SONGLEADERS Bottom Row: Mercy Castro, Nancy Shenkarow, Anna Paredes. Second Row: Bey Zagona, Diane Quevedo, Mara Hall, Liz Quiroz. Third Row: Madelyn Young, Maria Gallego, Carol Barrett, Diane Wanting to look her best in front of the television cameras in North Phoe- nix, songleader Bey Zagona searched through the bus racks for her over- Trujillo. Fourth Row: Elaine Aguirre, Stella Holub, Karen Richards, Sharon McClusky. Top Row: Kathie Edson, Mattie Green, Irene Armenta, Jamie Haynes, Carole Harrison. night kit. The broadcast, viewed by 150,000 fans, was the first high school game to be televised in Tucson. ' ' Y, .,.. fi' ' I - 0 Mike-boy Jim Navarro shouted encouragement to the team and fans during football games. Jim was often called on to match points with push-ups. "Go Badgers! Let's go Badgers!" shouted Kathie Edson. The songleaders traveled to North Phoenix to encourage the football team on to a decisive victory. Weekly Tryouts Determined Girls For Game Shows HKeep your arms straight! Be more definite! Smile!" These phrases could be heard echoing from the field as Songleaders strove for precision. Twenty girls, selected on the basis of their performance during tryouts last March, practiced to perfect routines. As the schedule tightened, night practices, lasting until 10:00, were mandatory. For the first time in eight years, the Song- leaders wore new uniforms. They were red corduroy in an A-line shape with white sailor collars. The new suits were one-piece, ac- cented by a cummerbund. During the sum- mer, each girl on the squad made crepe paper pom pons to complete her outfit. Instead of performing a pre-game routine, the Songleaders marched with the band and carried flags. The flags were made so that they appeared to be Tucson High's emblem, at first. But, when the band started to play 6'The Star-Spangled Banner," the girls pulled a string which released the school flag and revealed the Stars and Stripes. As Head Songleader, Carol Barrett was responsible for keep- ing all twelve performing girls in unison. 175 Loadmg up for the bus Trap To North Phoenix Head Cheerlead V V Vnciory for Var Var Varsnfy was a new cheer Introduced durlng the football er Marsha Gibson happsly anhclpated a victory season Dlane Curlllo led The enfhusrashc crowd To another wrn VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Boilom Row Head Marsha Gxbson Diane Clrlllo vas Vlckl Vance Julie PlCCOlI Nancy McDonald Susan Walker Anna Ballesteros Top Row: Glorxa Valenzuela Debbn Pur Cheerleaders Kept Spirit Active During Games an During cold game nights, keeping warm was no problem for the nine Varsity Cheer- leaders. The efforts of the girls quickened the pace of each game and added pep to assemblies. Head Cheerleader Marsha Gibson and adviser Sandy Trigg helped the squad create new cheers and develop new move- ments to add variety to the old ones. New white sweaters were a part of the Cheerleaders' outfits this year. The girls themselves bought white megaphones to pro- cl Pep Assemblies Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheerleaders trained the freshmen pep leaders, who were chosen during fall tryouts. The freshmen helped to keep spirits high during early Sat- urday morning football games. Throughout the basketball season, the eight cheerleaders encouraged the freshmen players to many wins on both home and rival courts. To stir up interest during Junior Varsity games, the JV Cheerleaders used many cheers created by the Varsity squad. The six girls ject their voices to the Badger crowds. FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS Bottom Row: Terri Mounce, Cindy Warner, Laura Touche Norma Gallego. Top Row: Patti Purvis, Patti Russell, Clara Purdie, Barbara McGee 1 JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Bottom Row: Cindy Fain, Naomi Berkowitz, Marilyn McLaughlin. Top Row: Valerie Frana, Kathy Rauh, Pam Bennett. were headed by Naomi Berkowitz. Cheerleader Gloria Valenzuela heightened spirit by encourag ing the crowd to sing the school fight song. 4 Nearly thirty-five hundred Badgers started the wheels of a new year moving on the first day of school. For seniors, 1968 was the time to reach decisions about the future- college, a job, vocational training or Viet Nam. Underclassmen continually worked toward their goal of graduation. W e all remember the personal triumphs 5 the mental, physical and , social struggles that each individual confronted in our MYRIAD OF MOTION. wif,-TQ., fl fs.11,'-MW, is 34zgwrg:g,,14fmymf3,1g2f55,ff14,f:-A . .. , .,A. f , fl , m2,gm -- :wE2!'?5e1'.a:f.:2 'WQEW' K ' ,fsswm-ze: My K W - fk,' f:f:QM--'10, ,., .,,- Z Lk,, W3,5,f nm7'- ,gm .- Q, - V. . Classes QB gm' mama 'S ,oi sr 4' I i Freshman Class T Gained Prestige as Spirit of '71 Getting organized and unified was the first order of business for the freshman class. The "Spirit of 77l," as the freshmen dubbed them- selves, showed their enthusiasm for competi- tion during special class elections held in late October. In the primary elections, five vied for the position of president while twenty-five contended for five seats on Student Council and two on Traditions Court. The enormous size of the class became ap- parent in school activities. Eleven hundred new students enrolled as freshmen this year, producing the largest single class seen at Tuc- son High since 1950 when it was the largest secondary school in the country. When not teaching World History, Mr. Steiner acted as the new freshman class acl- viser. His duties included helping to organize class meetings, Freshman President Bill Mesa, Vice-President Debbie Smithson and Seqre. fice. 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' if my ree Vkqzkii -,,- il 'L LLV' s S rr r r:-' C l Barbara Boughton Darryl Boyer Jesus Bracamonte Sid Bradley Tina Brady Jerry Branson Carolyn Bravo Robert Brelman Jenny Brichta Jim Briggs Timothy Briggs Dolores Brito Ralph Brito Richard Bronson Rene Broussard Layne Brown Marty Brown Robert Brown Vicki Brown Paul Brueser Louann Buckley Tom Burges Roswell Burk Cindy Burris Thomas Bush Conrad Caballero Gilbert Caballero Abby Cady Danny Cady Dennis Cady Frank Cady Charles Cain when some five-hundred girls congregoted for This school activity The progrom included committee speeches. -v 182 FRESHMAN 5 K' Lori Cain Richard Calderon David Camacho Jimmy Camacho Virginia Camacho Frank Campoy Victoria Canada Lupe Canez Rachel Canez Kathy Canfield Marsha Canfield David Cantrell Ronald Capone Fred Carley Ramiro Carlon Vic Carlson Linda Carmack Norma Carranza Luis Carrasco John Carrella Gene Carrillo Lorraine Carrillo Rosella Carroll Adelina Castano Celia Castillo John Castillo Loraine Castillo James Castro Linda Castro Margie Castro Ralph Castro Celestine Cawker E42 . 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' ' 'Aiwa A lu. -Alix 1 -in R if ,f H - Q J 3 ' " Maria Cebreros Josephine Celaya Lamont Chambers Doris Chan Edmond Chapple Juan Chavarria Mary Chavez Ralph Chavez Barbara Christopher Marty Christopherson George Cisneros David Clark Thomas Clark Mark Claussen Wallace Clement John Click Carolyn Clough Rosie Cocio Diane Colbert Marcia Cole Stanley Cole Betty Coleman RoseMary Colflesh Helen Coltrin Shirley Comeau Lyn Compton Billy Contreras Gloria Contreras Marlene Contreras David Cook George Coppus Carolyn Cordova Linda Corral Richard Corral Martin Corraleio Debbie Cowden Randy Cox Lewis Crane Debbie Crawford Barbara Crenshaw Clairece Crenshaw Theresa Cretilli Linda Cruz Claudia Culver Debbie Cunningham Robert Dahlen Teresa Dalton Carrie Dancer FRESHMAN ea av- , r W 'M I Q Bursting cascarones and flying confetti filled The air as sTudenTs bopped each other on the head at the Tucson High Homecoming Game. El Club it , 71 il l at .fkh xl if? K, A, l ' li Q? " H -" A V.. 1 ,':::i ooeem T a sf i,ii 'I 'ii ' ":z: c ' o M D i li l 'il -fair .k,,L: H w iA,i Q QE ' 35 . - T x oonemn e ti- " li? 184 FRESHMAN CervanTes was responsible for both The making of The cones and for selling Them To The crowd at The game. , i ww. .. W, . me ,af gif x Fa 'MW' r 4" .. in ., E Q! 515 is 5 , aa, D 1 Q? , iiss D , 'llz Q m -as 1 ss. - Slrl , X I r . . ,,i ,E 2 T fy , 'ws - . .lf m e ,F , 3 , K W 1 ' r- ' 'L .,. 1 .i wif' T Q Elizabeth Danforth Frank Dascoli Cynthia Davila Vivian Davila Brenda Davis Darral Davis Lourdes Davis Tom DeConcini Ruben DeLaCruz Rene delaGarza Margarita Delgado Sue Dembinski Abigail Denniston Jack Derickson Joan DeVries Calvin DeWitt David Diaz Lupe Diaz Norma Diaz Kenneth Dillon Mary Dilzer Amy Dodds Darlene Dolores Rickey Donald Beverly Downey Erick Draeger Edward Duarte Frank Duarte Gary Duarte Jean Duff Debbie Duncan Wilma Dunn l Q ,wi Y ,if S - is Mary Ann Foster Gordon Fox Teresa Franco lrma Fregoso Lupe Frias Diana Galaska John Gallagher Belinda Gallardo Christina Gallardo Norma Gallego Tim Gallegos Bobby Galvez Mercy Galvez Henry Gamboa Gerald Gamez Greg Gamez Arnold Garcia Carlos Garcia Dennis Garcia Esperanza Garcia Fernando Garcia Josephine Garcia Maria Garcia Maria Estella Garci Meme Garcia Steven Garcia Teresita Garcia Eric Gardner Gloria Garza Carmen Gastello Patty Gastelum Christine Garter 6 Q 'X ff? 8 David Duran Bonnie Eagerton Garry Eaton Cathey Echols Robin Edel Philip Edgar Bonnie Elenez Devita Ellison Juanita Ellison Louise Elmquist Ronita Elzy Beatrice Encinas Johnny Encinas Danny Engelbretson Terry Enos Florence Enriquez Katherine Eppley Ignacio Escalante Betty Espinosa Eva Espinoza Maria Estrada Sonia Evans Arthur Evenchik Anthony Ezzo Dolores Faiardo Brenda Farero Dwight Fegursky Marvel Fegursky Alfred M. Felix Philbert Felix Leslie Ferguson Frank Fernandez William Figueroa Yolanda Figueroa Andy Filip Mark Filip Ray Fimbres Sylvia Fimbres Becky Fisher Diane Fisher Jerry Fisher Jim Fisher Joyce Flannigan Eugene Flores Gerald Flores Morris Flores Ronald Flores Thelma Flores '- 1, ti .:., o f ., H ., ' ' " ',,l i. J L, V ,i., . ' 1? , fl-'L' 3355? A lg H" r'-', fl if T ,., VZVV J it ' . E G illi f " - 'i.r 'af f ijg. ?f ' ,. ,faisfe ' Ff ii 1 .' am., iv Q 7' ' ,if i f kkkr kVkh7k K K ' " 'c,, V, M.. . we . yo,,o ,L " it V ' J . i L ' if 'i,r 1 f .. , 1 -1- iv ' ' wi is W -:vc : fy sf . , if ,T , .,,.. X ' L 5, xm- " is - V V. V 1 eeli orlrr fgp 1 H- 1' A n ' ' ' lrii 4 , J T ,, s . f 111: V1f3sk'qyQ' e ' ,, 2 1 - , f -1 ' I ' 5 2 "' . T17 i ' , , .J ,i,' i Y ' , V ff,-sz bi? 2512921 . 'W ' 1: gf , V , ' 5 Ni' if" sifsftfg 'Y was fi, 1: ' ,- '-" ,"' D- .V .. - .- into - :f . -1 - 'W .-f, -11 -ig, ,age - -. ,wg ' Q" - lg! ,- '-,'i' " Xilfivf 'i i lil FRESHMAN . I A , ,ge fn me- r ' to ,V ',:A: if 4 M sf- m y n o yt ,sg ,, .. J ,Iwi ,Ci I, , . , L ,gg y t , W f " Q fl Xi .1 ? X M 4 A A x i A M' X fi ii fx 9 Dale Gatter John Gaudielle Cynthia Gee Gayle Gerhart Elias German Gail Gibbons Steve Gibson Joe Gigliotti Glen Gilkerson Donna Gillespie Andrew Gilmour 'i 0' G 57' y i V ' -rx . Beverly Gin gi 7 1 ,ont . ,z 32 " .:,,,, "Y he Q K. Les Gin .5 l w X 'Q 5 , K A Wwggi David Glenn it fr ln .fl M v John Glenn f ,sir 5 or 5, gy J fat i Patricia ooddnrd G K I fn Margo Golclbaum WT Lorraine Gomez K , . , 'K A .M-L Aurelia Gonzales , J ws f f ' - ,- A 1 b Q fm NB 7 h 4.5 0 mf Es eranza Gonzales 3 E . , fl F7 'Nqr -"' 2' ' -jr Jaime Gonzales ' "M V' Nellie Gonzales , if , K , W , 'T 'L A Xochilt Gonzales ' XX l ff he Sfmffx li l t i ' , A KX? Debbie Gordon A John Goss ' J, D. Goolerre ,. fr Richard Gracia K H why j "" A 1+ A . ' in Albert Gradillas 2 .k-' 1 Q ' ,E Q -af Christina Gradillas Y E' 'Y - R ' R in ' Mintie Green ii H I I Q R, I ,X ' it ww Kenneth Grimes K n'-i '! X K X WF' ' T' 4 Doris Grinstead Checking students out of school to go home was only part of the busi- time-stamp each pass and take the name, matriculation number and ness carried out in the Nurse's Office, Nurse's aids were instructed to complaint of anyone wanting To see the nurse. v-X. NNE-ks N 035 in 1 'Com s Qx Xxx X ff , -.. 4.0, ,ne ,f , 5 M, ,ff lx X ,J M x I 1- ...W...,,,,,,,,... ,, so if SA 4 H" fm i' Q if 4, is ,L A do . K , 186 F RESHMAN 'isnfiiweei K --1111 f ' w at n, i far wr, jf , .. Carlos Gross sr. :ffl Q vw 3 11915: ES' HQ? 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Q11-17:11 ,511 . 32 Deb0I'6l1 Hill tP1:2?e ' iz?gggs 1: -r2a1i4,.,ma P George Hlll M- -.. .., 6,115 T -- Qw1s11f'l Kse- '1.::, -WSW M 5:1 ' if l H1- x1.f1vi11' , S I-al' l' Y Hlll -sig 8 3 2 Vera Hill 2 .s, ,,., ..,, S 18 -1 5112-. ff, Q- 22 ' .. 2 2 1 fgjffe :"Ya'd 1 .wig 'A sf -H54 ' ' - -, V- I in s 1- .:,.1 ::,. . .:, A B- ' '1 i1 if fggfw Q John Hlnkle 'bvfsasgsfsgw 3 S 2 13515211 divx ll sixwfma .5 3 93, 3 as '2 sr X X 9' lx S 22 fleiwf - -1 W 3 Robert Hinkle 1 , .i - S Q S Betty Hirsch 2 S Gory Holdcroff 'Q K' 2 Jone Holguin ns., ,,..,., , S . an L, as Sondy Hollidoy Berry Holmes 8 ,. . . . -,..' sg-1 E A 2' Q I 1 - K3 Samuel Holmes 1 1- f- Moxine Holub 12' 8 Q r 4 ga ' " 125 , in .::....' Q, R K3 H 5' 1, . g,. 11. 2' ..,,a rl , ,111 is 1sa1'rs ve' .J fs i2 2 sims' ' QL, 3 5 Len Hooper Charles Hopper Sherri Howard Priscilla Howe Loretta Huerta Gary Hutchinson John Hutchinson Kani lves .-,fx .,.,. ..,,.--, E 1iw1W1a,1s,. 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V, Neva Johnson ' as i Willie Johnston 1 1 A ..1 a'..1r'j:: Q V31-n igga ,g 15 5' -111, -as ,..-1 ' "" lf' ".J',a 11 'swear 511, - v1.,.n , ,A ' K Q , ,,V, 1 jeff Dennis Jones rr., ,111 11- - :.,1:12g 1 ' 2'1'i1"2 -1-111, 1 Emma Jones KT- " 717 Q i '1-' 'fii lu fii ' 'ffff i ""i Y Y- . 17 22558 2 Robert Jo , 1' 1li7f, , 22,-V ' V, i I- 2' ' ,, , ,. x ' W sg 2 2 nes 2 1 ff. ' 1 'Eg aim' 22 Si , 1 2 't 1- l-OFY J0SePl1 i 11 3 ye? iq,-g1.-11 xr.,-11 E11-,571 1C V A' 1 'izlfii , 4512, ,,'1:z'11i'ff?11 If ,N U U ,m 2 2 S 2 -1 ,'.-3:-flil-1.51 1111i1:1f'1f1 ,,,, V H if 2 ,ft ww 1 , ' 1',- -'1ig4i31z, ' . -1 11 I ,Q 2 Gary Juniel , ., ., 3 ,. Q -1-- - , , ..... -, 2 Patti Kardum 1111 11.11 V 1, 5- 1 ,1 + 1 :rl 2 . 2 '- 2 sea iii, iz , ,- ' Sift 1, . . -, , 2X Dahn Kaflefl 1 'cn . ' ',1,fi, i " - 1-5 T1 57 7-f 'L if ..3 ' -' 53 flew, f' 1.i'1:, 'I .. "bf 'i ':- Wfij' 2135- 1 T . . K ' ' S2 Dennls Kealmg if 1 1 1 .,ajf11-1 ,:1s ,. 5 - 1, , "211 .,2 1-i1-,jg grwaq r S Q ,, ' 1 -1 Q21 igi tfiif ' ' J 1 .,,. iff. slella Keelley , M , ..,,, . , . , ..,, ,J .,. . ... . , , , --W ,. h 45-F1612 , s f f. .. ' 11 , if 12'1 1 ss, if 1, JO H Kessmger S '1" 11 1' 11-11f1 :ling -fg f1g..'3-1, V- -ii . ,1 251' 1 . ,',' 21 gi 1'-- ,1-1 Y ' . 2 1' gogeff fl'l'.'a"d -' 1 e, 1 3,3 ig, .gig Ql2i 1j2,,2jf1i 1 ' gf 1 4 v W 5321255 g, 1' Q '-Sfrlfz grg, 0 eff 'S N19 FRESHMAN 187 Sandy Klugherz Lance Klump Henry Koerner Brigitta Kovacs Steve Kreamer Will Kreamer Harold Krohn Zofia Kurowski Tom LaBahn Patricia Laborin Linda Lamb Sharon Lanan Julia Lane Roy B. Laos Sarah Larsen Lorraine Lauver Jay Lawler Geraldine Lee Tom Lee Billy Lemas Jean Leon Robert Leon Victoria Leon Steve Lesher ,Nw xr aa ,Q :QL L e f 2-L, . L. :fri LL TQL4 L: 1i1:L- LL reyreyv L L e- LLLL- -'A- fb Q: . 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LL L, -et x F LQ af- ,,, Li.. a La 1 FRESHMAN xg, K K K Q S+ A ::Z::.gM :aE5,,x A L3 5' L L L 5 1 ia Performing before the panel of judges, Laura Touche exe cufed o cheer during the freshman tryouts. t .HY-mx, Mona Lee Levitt : '--', .Q Lenora Lewis LL 'f '- Linda Lewis L Yolanda Leyvas L - - A Gim Lim A - Erwin Lincoln i 5' Marvin Lewis In Lg L RL LLLL L Q X X X 5 in Le :L If L--r A Stephen Lindberg Gloria Lira L , .55 1 L- L Miriam Lizardi LL U, Ken Long L J: 5 Adriana Lopez L L Barbara Lopez " F I c g, ' Cheryl Lopez 1 . L. - f L--'- L aa, L LL A L LL be K' fa 3- .f LL L . L L L Lf,: LL Eddie Lopez Elvia Lopez L Frank Lopez Freddie Lopez L LLL : L Lucille Lopez Lydia Lopez V :IL - Margaret Lopez LLLQ- Le -LL. tLL,,,.Ai -gi :ggi Richard Lopez . W Rudy Lopez . ia L LL . L LLLL L L-as Joe Lopez L if X f X up E L as A ' .rr it- Buner Louis Rosalva Lowe Frank Lucero 'W Jannis Lugo K Thomas Lugo . John Lundberg , New Mech 0 I L' L 'tt L " L - " 7 LLL'i' . 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Rodriguez Charlene Roeding Betsy Rollings John Roman Angel Romero Beniamin Romero Diana Romero Dionisio Romero Elaine Romero Elizabeth Romero Mike Romero Patsy Romero Carmen Romo David Romo Manuel Romo FRESHMAN Shelley Rosenberg Linda Ross Antoinette Rossini Steve Roth Robert Rubin Richard Rubinstein George Rubio Mary Ann Rucker Ignacio Ruelas Mack Ruiz Norma Ruiz Rosario Ruiz Cathy Rushing Hubert Russel Patti Russell Molly Ryland Edward Saenz Robert Saenz Jesse Salas Lupe Salcido Wayne Salcido Patsy Saldivar Yvonne Salgado Eleazar Salmon Linda Salonic Theresa Samaniego Bertha Sanchez Louisa Sanchez Rataela Sanchez Victor Sanchez Billy Sandoval Lorraine Sandoval A never ending line formed during fourth period os some thirty-five hun- dred hungry students lett their closses to hove lunch. Eoting in overlop- FRESHMAN .L S i i ,E e.e . - it p 5 '-i.' 1 V 1 , ' , 131 iisi 1 is risi 'ii'i it i't' L 'fr 3 L siis ri ? 15' A it afst 5 to 1 l f Vtyi A , ' L ' X I x ,e.,a et-.t 7 I ' 1 , 'is'i -. ,"e . if y ' N' it fQ,,,1 ff 71 rsraat issss L 1 S sisi L S ' - S ieis S r ,. , L 'iii 1 t,-i it ' its p S is ie, i " L S l if ' j iiti , i if Yew f' s sl . ,ff 5 We ,, ii',i 1 A .tis V Q ,i.s L 'ii " " ' i . , ,fr e ft . is S f H S, L m ifli ,i., it 5 X 1 t 'ff it we L vii' A- ping half-hour periods, mony woited for their food outside of the coteterio in the two snock bor lines which stretched out for yards as ,Nmwl SN' z Q is A 3 Q - K I z fs V A as i 'Qs ' ggi. . 1 .., K. eil t Ii i -11-5 he 2 .5151 -ww :-..i 5-we Q - 3 ... - .. K -5 1255 - e' s- :ri iw fx 1 f fam. 1 1: .- 5, 4- mm- , N 5 ,, . . if " ' "" ' ' ' Q' 5 ' A fy ir, .,.,., ,. .. 4 V . K . .-,V W "W" 'iw :L if t ., iffy: 5 5 - ,Q ,r 1,2 I K K' 5 f f L E! 1. .2f -A-' ' f ll gAwaet f .t,e 5.1 n..L .i. 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Smith Debbie Smithson Mary Snyder Gerry Sobye Elma Soltero Anthony Soto Charles Soto Frances Soto Frank Soto Manny Soto Philip Soto Sally Soto Mari Souther Debra Soza Linda Sparks John Stafford Linda Stension Lance Stewart Myron Stewart Linda Stickley Tim Strongin Alan Stump Bill Sumner Lynn Swintord Steve Swinford Q K is X 5 uv V Q- X, 5-.P Helen Santamarina Johnny Santa Marina Linda Santamarina Lupita Santamarina Roger Saufley Pete Scarafiotti Barry Schaede Jim Schleiger Kathy Schneiker Tom Senn David Sepulveda Luis Sepulveda Angie Severock Elizabeth Sharpe Richard Shenkarow John Shores Nancy Shuckerow Pat Sian Jerry Sievers Steve Siliceo Josie Silvas Joe Simental Dorothy Simpson Alex Skinner I I kyll Ti I H, ' figjgffif Donna Sladek f'-M g: b j Susan Smallmg gf ,Q .I X5 r Brenda Smith , w r K , i f 55 K ' Chrya Smith L5. A ,W if - ., F Elissa smash KA' S , I J 3 5 5, J ' Leah Smith y ,ff Margaret Smith A x V ' Mary Alice Smith Tkfzg ,alt -'.'l, i . 'f '- gm H . . y. y A y a n p. 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'A 'Ei Ml' AIEIW f fn - -ue. an - r V. T so gf lo ' it l hy . , .. VV. ,. - ::-- V VV VV ,M L QVAZX WV -VX , V . e I, we - VVV V V 'LE 2 'J V .I ,. V -.,,::. .V ' A-f'-1: '59 2" 'H U s. k'-f ,lzzlaim of " .11-, '. a w ,7 ' V -was Tl . 1:71 'iii A . sexe ' is at i A Chris Urrea Susan Valadez , Eddie Valdenegro ,. V J Carmen Valdez Roy Valdez -H K , Sammy Valdez A , Richard Valencia fa 1 - Bob Valenzuela . VV H V . Cecila Valenzuela Clotilde Valenzuela B Irma Valenzuela ms 'it L-.K Isabel Valenzula Jo Valenzuela f"': -- John Valenzuela ' I gf -K Louis Valenzuela ' , ,M Manny Valenzuela -- fs 'L Nicky Valenzuela Richard Valenzuela . George Val leio Robert Valverde Kay VanDerAa A E, , Ida Varela 'V V ' 55 Oscar Varnado 1 a . ag Frank Vasquez Y r-- it ' is aarofry C f . .. ,, is W may Q Aa i S .. 2 t ' 2 Z 5 lt X9 ur Q Z Y ex, A X as J s K Qi 5' M. .Je .s .V c ae f- 1 J fsl L Peter Vega " K Beniamina Velasco ' ,5 Tony Velez I V Rachel Verde John Vidal Juanita Villasenor i ' C raar VV - - .r,a isa 'ii J lx N' 1 r 1 3 X in gl? xi , fs 2 lx Dean Volz ' V s ti ff ? 'X i Magdalena Villegas fi-SV is I gfgmii i' Christine Wagner Roberta Waldren Ronnie Walker - Larry Ward Mary Helen Ward Cindy Warner .. .:-,. f - Andy Warrior Tracy Wasley f J .. ii - 6' We , -fx . :fa , -1 5. .W " -'uf -fz. y M V. r Jim Weaver Pat Webb Patricia Weiler Jeffrey Wellborn Zada Wells Paul Wesner Barbara Wezelman si fi " ' 5 . J I , an9v'.,4 , , ,wma es' ' nl W "1 1 fra Ruth Weisz A .5 N " J' il X 5' Ami ggxsigzafiig ji! X : Q V 2 V 5 ft 9- 3 Qu. FRESHMAN fir. N r ,V N :P 6 i L. . 'mtg ff?- 'eil' -...J'..,....... A-. Q if Mitsi Taylor Gilda Terrazas Gerri Thibodeau Lowell Thomas Albert Thompson Gloria Thompson James Thompson Jeanne Thompson Cathy Thorup Camille Tidrington Gilbert Tisdale Chrystal Todd Christine Toland Daniel Tom Armando Torres - Laura Touche Sally Tovar :im f 9E Wally Travers , Cindy Treat f rg, Eugene Treio Rosenna Treio K + John Truiillo rf Q 40 at M .rf Eddie Twiina X 7 lmlisi Juanita Truiillc Pete Tucker ' ' W ,v , . ,, g . , 553 , iii J fV 'Vr. ' lilffiftms ff' V 2 A ' .' .fr L i L? 2 e rg Aiea isar fx ti il A ' l Ya xr 1-WV ,F 1 . Q ' 1.s.,4,.Y ,M si aaa:- is MV, 5.55 .. ,A J sa .Zeta H - A .meagre 'PE' . Dale Wheeland Rose Whelchel Lonnie Wiles Darla Wilkerson Albert Williams Cathie Williams Larry Willis Jim Wilmore Carol Wilson Debra Wilson Gloria Wilson Dale Winders Janet Winsor Cherry Witherspoon Carol Witfels Paul Wolsfeld Tom Workman Jerry Wortman Nellie Yanez Leonor Ybarra Steve Yeoman John Yeung Johnny Young Mike Young David Yribe Mike Yrigolla Angel Yslas George Yslava Salvatore Zagona Ruben Zarafe Gary Zielbauer Betty Zschech -viii : 25: 'L rf 1. rr'- Y Y irir ,M if res ff a r rrsr iiii rrsr iiirr 1 liii D r il 'rr',- 5 '- ff 2 rf . YJ, il, 1 xv ss fr f,.,. 5:-,,, .7-,f , V y M rryyyi rig rriiy ., , G .a.,, ,ir J R i.,, , A . 1 1 M a S , 5 K , ,Wg f wee, 31,5 W " i g-:aaa A ...rr ,.,. ,, , .51 79' iy f fiiff eirrn i Y' 1 rirr . - Y it if .. V. er I K LH ii, srsr 'fif sriiii D ' ii ' eiin ireir i sisi 5- Y i4 fEi5'Qg AAV' A - .yyv Q- f ii,, -pf: "-',-"-- - . ., ,ig r,i.,is ,.'r ,i,, ir-' I ,qi Ir a r if f A ,Y -'l: , i"r 'f'f. 5 ,k,f,,.,. V is. . .,,i V ., , , .,,. i.,.,,Vyy 2 i - S 5 F W' I I ..z1o ...1, . ,L " 'Ja ' L fri., f rf rf- sr ,i .fn-ff H- - 5- L 7 , . A .,., Q Kb .S rig, I . ...,. A. . , .. T W A ,. L wa K, V 9: iw i . . ,, .A - , ab' fr z S ' ,- 1 K 3' f 1 -' -. ' "" f-ms -f m r .-' - aa: -4, - g mg a 5, ,. -y A- I r V I gf Q v at Q, Red and white was the ticket to freedom from the Tiiuoncz .lcil conducted ed from buying red "T" cords to singing the school songs over the micro by lettermen who arrested students not wearing school colors. Fines rung- phone at the door to the cofeterio. FRESHMAN f fl 5 f vi f' ..,. J w. - , in i 5 'Wi S Return of Dance Brightened Year for Sophomores Working toward a common goal, the sophomore class rallied in November to com- pete in the hall decorating contest. ln Janu- ary a special election, held to fill two Va- cated posts, seated new sophomore council- men. President I oe Machado was responsible for representing his class on Student Council and was active on the American Field Service committee. As Vice-President and Secretary respectively, Butch Orozco and Anna Fisher helped reinstitute the old tradition of holding a spring Freshman-Sophomore dance. Sophomore Secretary, Anna Fisher ran off announcements ad- vertising the Freshman-Sophomore dance held in April. 196 .priate-gs., ,V ' - Class President Joe Machado arranged for last minute details concerning the sopho- more tund-raising activities held during the second semester. Researching some past records of the sophomore class, Vice-President Butch Orozco learned to carry out the duties of his position more effectively. Trees and water surrounded sophomores Barbara Rallis and Mike Zimmer- second semester along with warm weather resulted in C1 flood of students man as they reminisced over the activities of Twirp Week. The coming of to their favorite summer spots in the community. 197 - ,, M'Eif'?'5?i, I 5 35 , i,w,Ig.,--SI, K . ,r i ' Ralph Abasta ' K . 5' Y 3 Bob Abbott " A . . Jean Aboud I . , .. - I ,H - 1 we ' ' . r, 5-5 2 fir, fag 1 . 1 ea , . . WK, , .e iff f -ip-I- - : ..,, K . '5 " .gf Denise Acosfa ' 'U ' ' E. 'wif '1 . f--,' ,cv iii' . - .51 l ,ffm 11' ,I-llf'ffff'f" mf"?'f'5f5 w A ,,W.!L-f .I , , , .I 'V Al ACUHH lg lf - .Y K' John Adams fl .ir ,Q -. if me ua 'K .re-if 'zfffrrra Chuck Aegener S S if ' L Candy Aguilar . , . ' We . . KK I 2 Mike Aguilar ef I' . ,l., , , . . ff w - ie , Q-1.-gf 5 I , V '-i ll. Egizelrtgulgfarmeda - f , ' K . Dorothy Alderete ,.,. , . , ,MM 5. ., ,.,.,.Lb , Gilbert Ale na e ,f f . K , r.I.k-k- -gig, - I ,,.. SS Q ' Bruno Alesn .. r - I 'X YF?--e' -I . if- 4 f 'lease' rea'-45,11---e Norma Alvarado ..-- : Vkky F KK S ' - -2 S V e Danny Alvarez fi I A ' S, L S Y 'K Larry Alvarez f I 'f "" ' 1' : -'15, -2 ,K , K S fu . K A 'I , . - by A A 1 S H Tony Alvarez f .Ie 1 r'- ' SWS Amador - Jeseeh Andelere - -- U. . , II ,, '7" - - as 'I r 1 V'C'0' Andefwn K' I F -' - Diane Andrade - .I yqidylxiw mm T Kem, I ,.--K .,., 5- K f M A Im, . fees ,ia ..::-.-.,-. e v f 'a-- if 1 el"ll'Y fl fa 9 S - S S SK? Ji ak Ti , e 5 A ,W S e gr 4, 1:-ff--f nee' G A d 5 S e S f s ff. -- V59 fl l'eWS Sw - K K K. 1 Monica Anguio a ' ' g 1: K. I nj- ,Vs K ,' I gg ' ' 9 I ii'r' Ray Archulefa Ma -- " S S - " Bill Aros , . S ,, sf -fi'-gf . .., . f fi If -- Art Arvizu ,, . .. iaaw, i.,..I sr f A 35, 'V 1 e -f. ,fi ' 2 : Aff ,lg 5 .. Lily Ann Amizu 1 ,ei.,, W, 4, .K ,. W fm i .,,. , 5, ,, . e,,. ia ,HW a, ra V, ,. , ,V W., , fa ,Y .G ,Z e . .. -is we s 7---- . 51 ' s' lm. AS"bU"' A A .. 2 . . Debbie Augusta ' ga K 'D , " N? .3 :Vigil s W' QW" ', "" We : 'A I . s ra., 115 ,-nlgj , . IK r wr:,g,5AQ Manuel Avalos ax f , ,. M ' ,4- .. ,,.. s . i - .Wa -,-g-- ., . K- - , R, K L ----Ky -. . 1" e f -sg-an . '-eg. ,. .-.4 -. K, -V-pei. Joe Avila I- ' W I e li l-OHV BGCOH Q S B ' Q,-le g Q 3 '1 . px, Merle Bedllle " ' " . - -- Mafia J' Badma I. . ' 2. ' alll 'F f -Q'il'a.f .W i fi Lynn Baker V X ' la ' - ,, S .,,. . ..,., David Ballesteros 'lm 2 'L K S Rudy Ballesteros I 1 as Susana Ballesteros I-'fi I ' 'ES Pan?" games .sei-uf I f ' onme arnes ' --f ' - ' ' 'Ile I ' ' 5 2' .fy I:- Q I -, 2, " fi? ". E A as Robert Barnes 5- " K - . 13 ' f Richard Baron 5" ' Q 1 l l i K Yolanda Barraza 4 l f' x . I, I g- ., -- I A Ir' . . i. I S , . ,.-- ..,. I K.,..f Szeirffsxfo l . Vl H "2 . I - I, Mary Ann Barrios " ' M ei I , S .2 ., S S 7 - si 2 A 'U' :fs f' . -1 'Yin Cheryl Berfon ' ' . 1 A ice Bear 'li . 'T K L, 7' al' - , I 2 -g KW? f. f 1 K K. , ' , lil? K Cefles Bedeve .. 'A .I H ' ' 5 II ' ' A 'I'.-w i ' I ' ' ' ' :Q-H. Q- ll--Q5Y',z - goyey Zegllcher 'sh Q I K A If .7 ., 6 ..K W? A YVl3 iran . ies H ,ar S, K. ' .X Be,-fha Benitez ,, .. K ,F . Pam Bennett S . A V A KK Naomi Befkewill is K . ., , - I - . g. - -,I I , Beatrice Bernal . ', .' . ' -- W' -I" I'f -E ' 'IK , Y-, . , . . - S ,. '. 3 .1-I 1- 5 - I 'II :S-1'. ,, 1 Q, ,QKI 2' f n-I K : ,gf Shelli' Blfeflbaum if P' , ' . 4 -I V ei . ' -,J if "J e f I I I .i'TV'--, ff-"IVE I " V J,: 'P . '. ' A 'I -, I " Q ff: . . Lis' , - "sal ".l,5fl1Wl'l.. L' ,fi'I:9"fl..,K Tom Bmeflle ,1 We 3 S L 2' f' 'Q--':'.i1 ' f-"1 . f"'-,' ,.I1f11:. -1a 'ls1ffFI'2'-21i,' Diem Blackburn 'S ' 1, - N N ' ' f ' S-'ff Sally Bland W, 1 ' I K e A i -'K' K gg.-9 .grgg ' Q' Mary Beth Bliss ' l g iimI5'i'1zz I . f - an um rs ef ig- -J, . -. 1 .,.. I . "i r - F , W Pele Bemlles . II -W . Jar: s i ' Ie K xg . i FQ n , if Z, i 'K IS K'-:3 -' Y .': i" A- L N, 535 KK -Qzff, if ' ,gf A ' 7 Tr. ' A ' :sjfl--fi J0l1l'1f1Y Bookel' -- in is 2 wI. z .- ' - KK I ,. .gnffg -. 4 " YI ,. 1 B0bbY Berbee 3, - , - , . ' Miriam Bornstein ' 'S ' .- T-. . .. . 1' lxff-, Q 'Q' - K , ,,.. ,,g , I . K K, K' A ,,VVg K ..rK..K,,M . Ray Borquez K fini " 'ME-" ' K, ,Q .f gre 2 Therese Bevehfan ....., .. . A A A Rubye Bouler K 8 .w T K . Ronald Bolfd A 'ef ' " .. Irene Bracamonte f' ' Egf r ' s Kg ' , A . if f " ' Q . sffff D Ki.-A Steve Breckenrid e ' X -' I 3' in ' L :K: -I - i ,I S 5 . - .. . I. I I ,i -, .r ,M I. , Ellen Bfgmbefg is I Y : A my K3 K: N -:ii ,K ' A' ' K -fe . -wma.. in e, .. -I-1 K 1 , K Q. SOPHOMORE wif, HJ' 9 as ,wears Saw! .srsgsia -'W-'2,..sW Am,,L s.ss,,, . , , ,sm e 2 sW,52 ,g Janet Brooks ,21- Beverly Brown ,S Joe Brown ,, Larry Brown Patricia Brown Brad Burr Odelia Burruel ff2Wfi5r..ss .- as 2,.l2W 2 .E Q s 21 Q2 :egg SX2 i s Q 2 23 2 , .3 S' ,f X L S 3 22 Ks ,as X ..s:5f:,, 'Yig ge, .M 52 X Q X 2 1 2 f Sl ri 1 2 2 2 1 , 2 rf S S is Maria Bustamante hifi 1fe.fsl1a ,'. H sza fsx ri, 5is3.a435fe5.lw1.,t Q, 114e2?J12v14s2.f E? Vifl. 5215.2-sszgszfiszgs X S 2 2 2 3 , 1 2 is K was FS ages Q 2 i ,ml W a a s ,. 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L55E 2. f, " "i.J' l51i 15325, ... .uf Dam' Caffasw S i 2 ,iq Debbi Caffillo 1' f 2 1 57 M21 1457 I.-if: ' " fill' Y.9E4v7f 7"'lEff1lffY . Ei 1:55 .. :1 91 Henry Cafflllv "ff" 173 . in 3 H we 'lil "" rl Tony Carrillo 1 is X L f',sg.gfgh,Qf1, .szsw Ria lift Z 2 S 3 Miyagi 32323 Z 2 gsaieifsrfsi' S L 2 2 ,MSW Felix Carroll Mft 2 L if J S 2 Lena Carroll '23 V157 i'f5EIi5V!Ez 1-3 fig GEM Carlos Caslano 3 Sfella Caslam i - 2:.?2,gs3i:sgM,m ,gg 1525: .::- ::" ggjrjygagssei I : .5 ..-:.::u v Irene Castillo 1: .w r - w me-1 i " NHHCY Ci-1S1Ill0 . 515' 5715?E".IX, CEL . ., 7,5i..,., +' : "5,' Ramona Castillo H I -gewgf-f1 11 . lg 142, ff, Carmen Castro if K as ,M 3 2, 2. fl? 5- V 3.1 -. - V . , ssgfifi f-.gal5ijf..:7 5, sviiissif e S s1eSmwTsi2??ir2ff W S , wt' Hwy is sfflswge ..g-11 ,M-is-ssl ' fl" eb" . : l L S , . 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S Q " 4 ,S 'ff ,V 'SE KY Leonard Castro Sylvia Castro Cris Cebreros William Cephus Jerry Chacon Sandra Chamberlain Henry Chavez Ray Chavez Roy Chavez lris Chin Kelly Christopher Linda Christopherson Debbie Clark Rita Clinton Ruth Cocio Patricia Colston Betsy Coltrin Brenda Conley Mike Contreras Ralph Contreras Paula Corbett Bill Coronado Barbara Corral Jerry Corrales Salvatore Cosenza Danny Cota Terry Cotlow Lenny Cota-Robles Kenneth Council Judy Cournoyer Gregory Cowden Mary Craig Mark Cretilli Manny Cruz Richard Curiel Carol Curry Betsy Czerny Ann Dahlen Lynn Darnall Charlene Darton Jeanette Dascoli Joe Davila Brenda Davis Celestine Davis Connie Davis Edith Davis Rosie Davis Robert Dayton OPHOMORE it - 1 Every night buses lined the streets around the Tucson High campus wait- ing for students to be dismissed from classes, The buses took students 0V7CllC1l'mS SOVYW9 SiXTy miles from school. .. . ce as - no T, , 'M if ff g , s Q 3 D .:.,. 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Dina Garcia Hope Garcia Mario Garcia Marlene Garcia Patricia Garcia Richard Garcia Sylvia Garcia Gary Gardner Delora Garrett Bobby Garrison Charlie Gasca Peter Gastelo Gabriel Gastelum Darlene Gaston Steven Gaumond Edwin Gavitt Bonnie Gee Bob Genis Marcia George Richard Giachetti David Gibson David Gilbo Phyllis Gillespie Donald Gin Madelyn Gin May Gin Tommy Gin Tony Gin Debbie Glazebrook Jack Goddard Raul Godoy Elvera Gomez 202 SOPHOMORE Jose Gomez Manny Gomez Martha Gomez Albert Gonzales Joe Gonzales Julio Gonzales Saul Gonzales Shelley Gonzales Adalberto Gonzalez Julieta Gonzalez Marc Goodman Mervie Gossett Joe Gracia Mary Gradillas Tony Graieda Anna Granillo Elvia Granillo Frances Granillo Frank Granillo Samuel Green Thomascena Green Stephen Greengard Suzanne Gregoire Alice Griialva Clifford Grimes Matt Guild Mary Lou Guthmann Armando Gutierrez Conrad Gutierrez Danny Gutierrez Larry Guiterrez Ramon Gutierrez .M is .2 S,.Sg. S see.: S .. 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S S S S SX .- S .S S -- S.SS.SS LS-Swg-SR S fr .S-Sw, Toni Gutierrez David Guzman Kathy Hacke Thomos Hofeli John Hall Melita Hall Richard Halle Curtis Hamm Calvin Hammond Laura Hanahan Nancy Haney Michael Hansen Richard Harmon Irene Haro Richard Harper Laurice Harris Ruth Harrison Janis Harsh Tony Hartsfield Janet Hassey James Haynes Tyrone Haynes Pam Hays Linda Hedglen James Hedgpeth Aaron Heldt Sidney Helm Jim Henken Eglantina Hernandez Enrique Hernandez George Hernandez Les Hernandez Norma Herrera Richard Herrera Jacque Hespen Blanca Hillman Mary Hilyard Tom Hinds David Hinkle Janice Hinkle Lynelle Hinze John Hogg Michael Holliday Mike Holloway Diana Hopkins William Howard Deborah Howe John Howell SOPHOMORE Joe Andaloro and Kevin Sieveri frolicked in the half-finished lockers that lined the walls on the second floor of The Vocational Building. 204 SOPHOMORE Ron Hudson Jerry Huerta L f -far Patti Hummer Keith Hunten I Valarie Hunter X' 7 ,, .4 'Sym h i ' 1 X 1 Y if Q J, L 42 Tom Hurtado Q ln. . W 1 Dorothy Isaac Helen Islas Andrea Jahnke A ffl ' :us ..,, me 9 -my Vk '5' 47 Rich James 3 J- is 6 " Jacob Jaromillo to ' ' ' f at 1 Raymond Jauregui .Ai X 'J' I X5 tx , 5 y .2 Gary Jerman W' 1 A Lily Jew Q, I . 7 -,K "' Pat Jimenez 4 , " H , A xv H Richard Johnson X ,ji -J -gr Theron Johnson X lg W .X I' Lorraine Johnston 5 I '- 1 r ,,.. . LT! any 3 , ,V . , J xc 51 A JB xl L' All Q f ff: to 5: 51 r" V 1 Sign is ' Billy Jordan Deon Jordan Malka Kolrnanowicz Dennis Karr Douglas Karr Helen Kassartder Mike Katherina Willie Kaye ,W ., .N , M ,--'t W ,WWLWV is W. QV . as 4 !' :',"" 'Ali -'2 .az ,H - A i Viva! is i -. . Q -an - fp fm- , 1.1-1: we .. .. -' ' .. 7 .L ,L a--L. at rig -yea seem. me in 5af?S?azgis W e - -- - 111 - "az" 1 9? 5. - .. 2 v J ,, Y W. ie W em M vw we at ee' 231 P4 We Pifiifmf-fi, sei? ' swgfgasygsa 755 Q QQ fi Q P2-ae al' wi W ofa ' n ew wil - is P- Q sfiisfgm -ef .. .. . Y ' ' ia -- : -- 5- i ga fwfz '. L.. , 1 . ., an ,sgM,,,. ,Q . J gswga ,. 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H sp ' 4qes2w.a,q:2f.,gf-awe - so Q- fs: x v w. 5-e. i- ' ,za . 3? -fish M-ar iw-MA Wsgllsoh Geraldine Lovegreen im., ff - ' S 1, -I -f V- f ' f N ew or W ai, ., . .V . .. ef A "M . -si - -- f Nofm-in Lowe . -. , '- Claudia owery 5 ,, - -4 , L ' V, L Racheal Luian - " Pa' MCC-3'YhY Pdsiiifg ".15.?T' , if H Q5 ' 2.-3' 4',S5.i"i'l 'r?,E5 f fi H435-Q lW5.y.:'-Qfiiis-'if5.'f9K' 'ihiyiiifii E1ikii:L.sfyi7LI:-'f.gi.S4A fzZ.3fQgf'i-if '-i11.CQ1'w: -"9 '..--24555, Hf'X"S3fff :iii--4521, ' "QL Karen McCloskey . P' . xiii-245532-f'ii1efir 'W .. Wf ii 'a 2 :iff 44-ri - ,'.'.fg,a- f f' -. 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Q1 as , 1 ' 5 7 f i 206 SOPHOMORE Charlie Maish Eddie Maialca Mark Maialca Norma Maldonado Naomi Malone Catherine Manciet Rene Mange Carmen Manriquez Edith Manuel Carol Marchello William Mardon Jeff Mareks Gloria Marin Frank Mariscal Freddy Mariscal Susy Market Alfonso Martin Andy Martin Catalina Martinez Elsa Martinez Evelia Martinez Laura Martinez Marlo Martinez Olga Martinez Reuben Martinez Rose Anna Martinez Ruben Martinez Stella Martinez Mark Mascn Gilbert Matsushino Don Matthews Linda Matthews Students delved into the world ot body proportions and cartooning dur- ing their first year in a general art course. Art books and magazines became important sources of examples and served to inspire the novices. fe, 12511 vi 1,1.es. 25212112 11.rm1z .3273 fi Kathy Miller Steve Miller Michael Millstone Wendy Minebrug Gloria Misner Dennis Mitchell Jerry Mitchell Larry Mitchell Leslie Mitchell Mary Mitchell William Mohr Chris Molander Angie Molina Barbara Molina Nancy Molina Lydia Monreal Danny Montana Walter Montano Herminda Montoy Philip Mooberry Ray Moore Vicky Moore John Moothart Mike Morales 'Wa as J , 2 W iii A S ' Q Q All it ,A E . f s,,,. ,se , fe Q i YUf, a 6' 9' Av' ss- -Q Willie Morales I I., ' "rr Aurora Moreno 'ZQQQQ Vrtyri Q ra , '34 L Carlos Moreno Q1-Q5 ' r Q ' k ygf - if Fffmk MOFGHO . .,," i n 1 : i Frank c. irer r l oer " Ronnie M0fflS ' ""' ' Y , A ' A ' 7 ' L' 1 i Lr.,. W Gary Munday 3 3 r George Murphy . X" . Wlil ' lf .. Q "r: L' ' 3 K QQ 3 Other subiects pursued by art classes included painting, sketching the painters and their paintings. Some students furthered their ambitions campus, making linoleum block prints and studying the lives of famous in a second year course. fm .. 5, 6 1 1 f 5 fl if ,re fl f .M 'N' ev K R! we ft Q 1? s it A Sophomore cheerleaders encouraged the Tucson High J.V. basketball players to fight hard at games. The girls led formation cheers during SQ ? T " : ,ai.i , gg ill' 3. VL . V, . W iigaqifgk . X Q : :-, T ieei T i':- t l'i' ' f T 'J ii!! ii i 'R T ' ie irztf J J 'eii 1 it gr l ' X aiio y W J P 2- T ,:,f2 3. yyll w Y i N t M? ' X time-outs and bench cheers during play. They also directed ing crowd in "Two Bits" after the third quarter. ,, , Swim ,ir ..'. Z . by i r 5 i J . r I X x Q 't .5 .frilly f - , l . at firm. ll ' X , 9, N me ?t s tt My . ..,, r . i i 'l an .wvl Q .. K :" , K i- ,- - cf' 1+ ":' J.. rf -" fn 5' 1l,c i , gf .. Q " 'Q I it T ii fi X J lx x gf T f at c , ., T , - c T 2 . 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Other football fans preferred staying in the stands and bandsmen hurried back to their seats in order not to miss the to battling crowds at the Badger Bar, Billy Williams Davina Williams Margie Williams Michael Williams Paula Willis Harry Willson Cecilia Wilson Greg Winders Nancie Winsor Sandy Winsor Sylvia Wittels Les Wolf JoAnn Wong Louis Wong Ronald Wooten Ronnie Worthy David Yanez Sara Yanez Lesley Yarbrough Angie Ybarra Rosemary Ybarra Debbie Yaho Coralie York Deborah Young Alice Yribe Evelyn Yrigolla Gloria Yslava Pat Zazueta Richard Zazueta Diane Zeidler Lydia Zepeda Michael Zimmerman Ii ,. 3m 3 Y lsti I' is -if K 2 Kg ' r , f K is we .gain -Y - -...-- : .-1 .--1 15 - E52 . . 4.1. . , if' f ' L I--"Z , fr r ss 1 5. mr ,r 'sm . 19 - 'iff 5 X, sa S . 5 , A ,L t-s , L 475 V I - f.. - .- V Q ...sg jr, 9 Y ,ig . - 2.55221 li 5 ' V L we .. L 3 'tr is it rf? , s ff, Vg s ,,. .1 ,gxgg K -fr", SOPHOMORE Junior Class Secretary Vicky Ellis and Vice-President Brian Scanland read Council. The new constitution provided that all class vice-presidents act as over the Tucson High constitution after it was revised by the Student members of the council, a privilege previously denied. 9 With the music of the "Jury" in the background, Junior Class President Dan Brophy PI m S did "the Pearl" at o dance organized by class officers. of Junior Clciss Included Forums Fresh and contrasting ideas set the junior class in motion this year. Provided with a new adviser, John Harvey, juniors worked to- gether to carry out their plans. ln order for the officers to be able to work more closely with the members of the junior class, two new ideas were introduced. The class officers appointed a junior cabinet and the junior En- glish classes elected an advisory board. The first Junior Forum, held January 31, followed the pattern of previous Senior For- ums. Dr. Lawrence Could of the University of Arizona showed films of his expeditions to Antarctica. President Dan Brophy hoped that the Forum would become a Badger tradition. The junior class also sponsored an after game-dance in honor of Cager Parent's night, February 2. The date of the junior prom was changed to late in the spring to avoid con- flict with the YlVlCA's Model Legislature. 4 Perched on top of a precariously swaying ladder, Junior Ted Keiffer set up the marquee for one ofthe latest movies at the Catalina Theatre. 9 s SX.. 1 'gg, ffl " Oscar Acedo ' , 2 o . . . . ,A K no , A v ,J Mario Afevedo K f .L gil. A .3 ' ll ' .f-k g J ,f-f J .. . , Steve Acuna ff- -' f K g. " x . , ' '-.' W ' -Kgs, - V- r l , Ki K -K I 1 .Q . '74,-' ,ff K 1K ,Kg - , 2, 1 'wx' ' -Kr? ef, ""' . ' KKWK 'L-J , Ceasar Agulllar ' f' A :"7fk:,"': A A 'ai .- Ei . ' A .35 .4 ' Kg-1. A ,- ' ' 'g v A . ,, 'f' Q ff s , , , .1 Robe-rf Asurrre Q K QF K - ,.kV KK ' K -,.. , KK Marranne Alameda Q ll All , U K kg.A EVan99lll'l6 Alday 4' ,, Af' . T l? -'-' rf 'Q' A K -ls? . r 'eb psf" Evelyn Alday ' J A ' A KKKK K KKK KK K Patsy Alday K K . S , l-Ynn Alford - , 'ar A 'll ' , ' Joe Amo KK K. , K K KKKK KK K KK , K 2 KK KK . ,K K . KKK K K, Kgs, 5K Arlene Allen f . ' , Osca' Almazar' ' f,--1 W -l,.. K, .X 1, g,:f,ii' , . W fr . .'-- 5 ,mag Curio Alfic -K - n - ,, ,MK ., . . ., , . -.gf jgfgq 1 5 Kg .. , V 3555: K . Q x E3 ,... K ,,. , KX KK K Dommgo Alvarez ls. fl X Ea A .AEE ,. 2- Q sfx .. Wllllam Alvarez " ' .,.' i ' I I W A S Yolanda Amado . . 5 -s-. Jack Anderson 4' . ' - K, , A if Kfg KM ' Gus Aragon 4 ' T' ' I 'J ' . ' . . fa-af" I A 1 , -me r + A K ., W, ,. . , .- rene rrrlen 21 A 1 5 qi ' lv ' K "li :AQ-'V 52 5 3, 1 Dana Armiio - . '. fr , . -my o .f,. :vit ,. ,.,' ,. ,err ' V, ' 2 - ',-. Alex Aros ,L . . ' ,fr -". Q-' 4 er- f 1:52. -J ,, . -y:f5:'::,f1- -, Y' 'A -1 .. ,.- A - lrlr Gene NOS lg f, 4 A ,sl Marcia Arriaga f"'k' A lkk' . Al'f lf K., ,K ., ,,., . .,,. .,,,h KKK, ,. Vkyl , ,.l.,h . K , ,k.. K KK ,KKK,K,.K. 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Rmhafd Baum-'We' . ,.r, 1 X gk: ,,,,r', .ff l . ,A-,- 1 . KK Q, .- David Beam . , ' ,a, A Jamnf Beavew . ,,., l','l kllrf Q Q I M "'l'rl k.-' A Q Dems Befle A ,nrs o K A nsla Elva Be"'aV'dez 1 A' A' ',.- ll' .K r"- lf ' ,.-' fi - ' -" " b A 7 ' Terry Bennett K K Q .. '- f 'Q if-'af as , ' Q .KK KfK,K K, 'k'-l .Q kV'k 5 15,3 KK K K . W, Q . " " , "" 5 ' Robe,-f Beren ' f ' xx fr X' 5 R - K We 'E f .f .- . . , . we- ' ilfffg' ' ff-M 55353-ia,5.K:sff 1 Katheruane Bergqulst K KKKKfKKK1KKg ,K 5 - 'mc .Bwkowffz . A 'lr, 1 s' r Y , A A Arsemo Bemal -, i 5139 5 3 3 1 : 17 " ' 'K" 1 f l , All - -. . L' Palslf Bama' 'A,, ,.. ' . A 'A' E Anita Bernstein W ' A - -Y ,--. 4 '.-- , s Rocky Blackburn 1 1- Y'-' A ""- -". 2 fa, --'. fi '-'.' . K ..:p.f- ff ,. ,Q Q Q - as '.'- ' -"' of ' .,:fi. . Lt, :g ee - .. Came Blanc al A 1,42 ",-' ' 1 ' . ' U A .r -"f ',.7, Y f'-- K Bl 1 2 Q -'.' 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K ,,.K,KKKKKK KKKK ,,, Edward Brown KKKK K , ,YK f-,KK K K Johnme Brown '- ' K K, , l f K K K KK Edith Bruno ' gf'-my . ' A , 5 , ,K A 522' Rick Bryan . F,"'I5 QKf.. . 1 4+ . lla' l g. ll , ' Q Q A j g A ' " ' Gayle Budow ,K,., K ' 1, - Marie Burk ' KK , Z K. ' K PK - A K Kl,Kf , ilf '.K1 K EK K Walt Burris V- . 31' ,ga ' A 5 ,sf , . , ' P sf .. ' ' H -"' l '- 2541 'S ' A ,.?l:? .,gi V4 Glove Bushman .. , f 4 f , S ' 6 JUNIOR May arrived and students found that the shoulders of classmates served as good supports for signing yearbooks. Following the arrival of the ,az if I , s i ,,..,rl 3 A Y . - - - ' , f-S ma in kp c: il gg E,',ez K .. 4 , i , ' i V ' ---- X v fesm egs , ' . V .V v 1' fl - C 5, 1 ' Q "ffs,M,2j, Q' li, , L ,.-, . 'lll Li . L ,. ., .. . LL W e 9 L . , ' . , ,. L , r-Lili ? ,, .Qs 'F i . - 'F , VV'h K ,", X ,R Z 4, . , P Ng 1 ' i. r 9, I- L - s ' ' Q 1 ' 54,z'f f 'gr , - - i I Aw .5 ., ' gi . I Eff f.,"l' 31' ' ,. - L .," ' ' 'il 'i P . ,fy , L' . 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E., 1 e. 31 2' 'W X999 3 r .sg my A If . ij Elias Bustamante Brad Buxton Adriana Caamano Carlos Caballero Dickie Cady Maria Camacha Mary Camacho Edward Canett Jesse Canez Ernest Capone Loretta Carano Beth Cardon Doris Carpio Frank Carrasco Diego Corrilla Vicki Carter Louis Casarez Lupe Casarez Ernesto Castano Gloria Castano Cecilia Castillo Daniel Castillo Jae Castillo Jenny Castro Carl Caulkins Lilly Cavazos Adeline Chacon Michael Charles Bill Chavez Dianna Chavez Frances Chiaffino Johnny Childress Judy Chinnock Diane Cirillo Debbie Click Sandy Clifton Debbie Clopton Jo Ann Cluff Ernest Cocio Teresa Cole Effie Collier Ida Colston Duane Combs Eddie Conley Albert Contreras Bill Contreras Jo Ann Contreras Yolanda Contreras JUNIOR 2 l A Softer lhan soft" sighed Don Brophy as Mara Hall became a famous girls' gym was often converted to a check room for the after game Flamenco Dancer and Bob Dorson an expert at purse snatching. The dances held in the school cafeteria on Friday nights. t t Jamie Corbett K in --k. -'Yi Alex Coronado + t fs fr he , 1-as .Sas , H A A ' -l -' ffl 1, l ' 7? I L Frank Corrales 5 Re ' . ,i. K 1 " kifwyff ' I Elias Cota 2 .Ad I , ., X N5 Qiii wff ' i X X F Sammy Couturier - - e x . 'Q J -t Linda Craig Q t H l Betty Crain H K I ' M 7 ,.. K7 Kathleen Crane K " . Paula Craney "- D D il'iii 'M t " sf if so " ' ' J c h 5 fc SS: iii' F 1 F t 1 D il cifgy SZZEZW 'Z l -,ll l F l K TE MW. In-f-'Elf' if A J h Cro I -f.Qh , ,.s,. . I W W f:5,i I -kg K , o n w fs - y . a t- ..: U L, '.',- 5 he '4"- f ' 3 A Kg Mercy Cuadra wt ,Z 1 r F F F if Frank cuen f r . 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J Glb I he - lm ' 'ffl sh Lynda Gillespie ' , 'X as 1 Russ Gillespie A R ox ' David Gin Mary Glenn Robert Godoy -Z on A-5 7 M I.: 7: . V' N an 4 Benny Gomez 'S gms " i . s 1, 4, 'Y' , K Q . . , is . . X 'Ll - . , 5 - ' Julian Gomez - A ' M 'Q .J -'15 '47 Stella Gomez . , ' V 'JF Wx i .ws Linda Gordon K ' .E X A 1 William Gossett A ' ' -iff , , C l, J' Ron Gould K - Alice Govan K .s X i 'R Geraldine Gradillas K N J: i' A - " L A ., -' ' ' 'M if .lan Grover Q AA ' V li A ' ' r , V I . ,, , J- . W. e Gary Guerrero ., 'f K ' V . T S 5 fr 1 K .. 1 R b rG 1 f -W 5 A Y ., his , .1 I f 'V' o er us a son J E, . y . . 'N K M : K in K ,sf "' Rodney Gustafson ' . K . . ' .. ' ' . Q K Q54 lx Ml K X -9-as 'J a 1 Becky Gutierrez " A - i"r Q" 'fi ' 1 'L' J K - W f X 1. , Jesus Gutierrez , gi -. Margaret Gutierrez ' .. 7 ' s 'P 1 sl? 1 ki - N K , . Mary Ann Gutierrez M ' 'J I v V: . Q A 'Y 5 -Q Sara Gutierrez K ' 1 Vw ' G' -- if ' ' is K' ,' ' l 7 K " Ll! Ss t f s Brad Hacker "Egl in A I ' A , 4, QQ 57- i , l ' W" .:s- I Li ff l ' A fm, Q, Howard Haggard' K , , Q ' A l. rl .- X i . Chris Hamblen . . K 'l R " li K K ' X Donald Hannan 'LM L'--Q H K if L .. 'Q' .- I lx Emma Hardman 7 K A L fi t ll Carole Harrison i 'E . . Tura Harley ' - " T2 Paul Hawkes 'f f -f- - ' K ' i In V X6 - :rn . .sf :L ,A f. .- - Pat Hayes ' , : 4 ' ' ,Q .s is ' if lf S +1 tv 5 gpg' K , . A L, K K Debbi Hays " ' 4 'X X M f ' 2 it L fit 6 Billy Hart Q ? is ,. 'H as A lg? els lm Anna Heard nn, ga 5 X' s Alexis Heartfield y 9Q:::1::,53!!5:'L 3 ts , R I W tr 7 A A U Cdjrllnzrll-leiflnnarldcezs t " -'-,. I ,gf 3 A ' ,XSL ' Vpiii A A ' fs' N K A 1 George Hernandez ' ifr, In I t l K K . fxslztsgzzsrdrl er s f r rs Q 220 JUNIOR Mark Hinden Elise Hochstein Stella Holub Barbara Hopkins Paul Horky Robert Huff Larry Hutchins Roy Jenkins Diane Jepperson Rick Jessen Linda Jessie Jim Johnson Kathy Johnson Marty Johnston James Jones Manuel Jones Maria C. Juarez Kathy Kalinski Dale Karr John Kaufmann Justina Kay Linda Keeley Ted Keiffer Holly Keppel George Kingman Paula Kline Bruce Klewer David Kreamer Tony Laborin Diane LaBrie Steve Ladd Bill Laird fife'5i55"f555FQ35VQifl'?iflibEig,1i75Q4?ggQ1T.5? 521.55 ii',1giijis 55?-1622 .msvki,5s5??ie-:sri Kvfqmcig.. M : ' Nj.: .k,iji1V.,iV K,, H ski fl .if i ,K iffiiii W az ,X K ,W A-'xl 'Was , Q 'eg sk of W if sigh yfzfxrgi., V- ff xi an I .. if 5, Nr 'G is ri 2 it P55532 SK ESQ, . E tc 35 1 wt K ff ,. hgh F ,gil , l X, M X Jw .i L 3 s I 12, w We ig, Lg ,gf f, Ifz giggr,-, . - . . X JP' " 'J L ' has fi .. -Hjfa. ' ',, -ffl " so TW' 5 3' , 1 . i f ' Q , A I 4 gn nf -. V , ri if: H ,W , V , , H ,fy . YW Q, :i , . ' f , V: A J - ,K K , , N X In --.F fi J' 1 , ., 1, My M F L Q ' 71 1? .. , ' Q ZZ.-'f,-,nf ' as . - ...f K ' M Q . K 'gk . ly V ff? . + ,. 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L ' ,W k ' i L i af- , ,,, ? vo LQ, Stephanie Lamb Douglas Larson Patricia Latorre Lynn Lauver Phyllis Layton Rose Leal Carol Lee Jeannie Lee Patsy Lee Poncella Lee James Lemas Alba Leon Gloria Leon Robert Leon Rudy Leon Virginia Leon Pamela Levitt Danny Levkowitz Doug Lewis H. B. Lewis Frank Leyvas Manny Leyvas Craig Lindsay Kay Lloyd Danny Lopez Eddie Lopez Gloria Lopez Henry Lopez Johnny Lopez Juana Lopez Lydia Lopez Mary Lopez Teri Lopez Virginia Lopez Erma Loya Hector Lucero Vince Luciano Maria Luevano Donna Lugo Alan Luke Dala Lundeen Diana Lyczynski Mark McCalley Don McCracken Jane McCullum Mindy McGhee Adelina McKenna Betty McLane JUNIOR tl' "Q , i 'J - J we L Tim McLaughlin Wade McLean Willie McNeill Moc McSherry Chris Maciulla Gilbert Madrid Ruben Madrigol Sherry Magee Raymond Maiuta Margaret Mallamo Elizabeth Mallams Irene Mann Hector Manriquez Debbie Manspeoker Arnold Mares Frank Marin Danny Mariscal lrma Mariscol Anthony Market Michael Morlar Margaret Marquez Bob Marsh Alice Marshall Richard Marsland Alex Martinez Amelia Martinez Bertha Martinez Carmen Martinez Mary Jo Martinez Ruben Martinez Trinidad Martinez Susie Marum Anne Matsushino Vince Mazon .lim Mead Bobby Medford Lindo Melton Manny Mendez Ron Mendez Mike Mendoza Karen Mercer Don Mertews .loe Metz Linda Michalegko Rick Middleton Carol Miller John Miller Richard Miller 5? I X K? W. 'R . , - , 1 K, LQ 1- , rm XXX ff' iam ,4 1 X AQ' Mi 'fy 5 , . J if f ft 5 . fr 125: I : A . .V ' 'NAA 92? i l y fa- , W A - E K mx I in Y lb if el far . T ,. 5 1 i.,i , if. W, ,,,y ' K m1rt5iTili ma. A in JUNIOR CABINET Bottom Row: Gloria Quintas, Anne Matsushino, Ann Volz Jeannie Lee, Kathleen Crane. Top Row: Teresa Cole, Robert Beren, JUNIOR if T H i if if Ky ,Why -fl w l Ja. V if 1 ,P if I wi, gf' - .. . rg L+, . - , ,arf , 'A -V Q . I wx ,,y: J Q , ,gf i it B mag 1' , " 'Q X A it 2 - - it "x Qi :zz Q K 'E l KE ':" ' Q !X,f AH , x. . 'ta David Ruiz, Jacque i i B 5 I .1 Q W sf R tr-,.-.LJ ,. K ,. ea, - 5, .. .gt Y. T. ' t 4 e ef x . ,gk . , i R' M i lf inf' .F1Y, A ,.,, Q-, 1:-7 ! 6 a -1.3 Q ,Y S' E f -6, Q X '33 ,E 1 lk E , 1 N 1 Xt .,-N V rl 1-, ' 1 E 2 M X. In Barnes, Sally Gardiner, i ll. W '? P Nr Ns N 1552 : i l,ire if as r gl N . wi Y., ,, X E te Y 52 119' -- t w - g5gg3?m,igvgWWfsr w ,. 1- if - W. Q 1 X E, we Q rw, ,afrfggs xi ii? Z Ye ei ,, e. PA -M :wc ff Q fsgsgfrie '1f?'i9ilgETi3g?5 335.55'iiefigiqflii-6i31ii:?3ii'. -- w,efegfe,t5357-, vt tg frm,,2WE. ig , we --'-ftewfeff Q Kathy Kalinski, is-I 'W r I eg 4 . K lg w X H: 5 ' ji' . Q ' cv I ' , ,rf A, .a -f it A C , Li 7 A S 2 - 3 ,,,. ,yy S J' " - - Q V ' l it S L fi. 7 o r H K ' f 'Y v, - - . - J : f 'r 1 ,, ,J - ' ',., ,, ,,,. A, Q, L A rr I ' isle, f ", in ' Q "grI, r - ' - I 'J.,,,,,,g, gf . .. ' -' erff -rafis .. f f , V -- 1 5 - ',,, r ,,.,. ,iff-,L 7 ' - ' . N' we J 1 W, sw Tw S" rf , " ' ff w ' -wig tfz- ' -5 ' ' Qi S. ., J 'KLfh'P M ' i 3 W g. xg g mt H ., ,.,. Q, , A JW E . , , s wifi" 4 tt" ' "'h Q , t M-f+1,ag5f+ me + 1 ,s it def , if :it i , . , r X5 Y Tvs . gl 5 ., . 5 . me ,M " , 4.555 54919 , ta-L 1? 2: Lf I 'N 5-1 l-ills. F , W ' ix sf Frances Olivas Mary Olivas Robert O'MalleY Freddy Ontiveros Cornelio Ormsloy Jerry Orta Lupe Ortega Sammy Ortega Celso Ortiz Eddie Ortiz Esther Ortiz Mary Ortiz Oceas Ortiz Ruben Ortiz Diana Osollo Rosario Otero Barbara Otke John Otto Lucy Owen Joe Padias Oscar Paredes Philip Parker Roland Pasternack Richard Pectol Eddie Pedersoli Jon Pederson Rochelle Peete Roselle Peete Patricia Pena Sandy Pena Cecilia Perez Margaret Perez ,bt Y r Q of J , A , 2 X , ii, ,. A , 1, . , J fs.. jf .Q -r-'TZ 7 "S, QR' . 4 VK , A .J , 5 ,K Mfg . xi , f Q SPY 1 4' 54 in. , ,, J' x fs ' I, ,- if 'iv c iii? -irlr ' , M, . r f.f.. r .-,f -,-,- , , , A , ..., ,M ..'.z.., ,, -1-, -,,,,,,,,,,,, A ,,.,,,.r-J,-R ,sm ,.o,,e,.,sf, .--, f r-., i.,.o,.r .J f. M- L,-, 7 - ,.1- ,+f,,.r. ' m's?w,sa- ff- ' '-,-srfe-1-we-fr.rir',,W-J-U f fy xi if 1 i' 'rr wire X-'f ' ., 4,.n. ., is , , .L K 1 - Z 5 V:.,,i.,.., . "ff, J ,f x .,. , A r M , f 'L Q., iii1'f ,-ff-1"fr:9 ' VJ: iii? F 4 J , 'rw L Jer, f Wye, , gf S E+ fs J, wg . V, , fr? ,av 4? 2, r it , , r Er 'K '- "-'- rv-I K fr ' 4 V, ., S Joseph Millstone Kathie Minder Carmen Mirazo Cindy Mock Velma Molera Angel Molina Grace Molina Dolores Monreal Irma A. Montano John Montano Frances Montenegro Suzanne Montiel Duane Moore Kathleen Moore Elda Morales Joe Morales Eddie Moreno Elaine Moreno Helen Moreno Jesus Moreno John Moreno Gary Morey Bobby Morris Wes Morris Debbie Mounce N I Pat Mulrow K , I y I ir. . Lillian Munoz ' ,rr' 'ig - 7 ' -5 y Marta Munoz ' I V James Murphy ' "1?A, is-.M 'Ei k"- '- ' ig U Danny Navarrete t , ' I t , ' Chris Navarrette , X 7.. Y 'L A X n X Patt Navarrette , K ., J L I .V Elvia Navarro , Jim Navarro , Joe Navarro wi ' . if I 5 , Nancy Neavitt , gs K i in 45 Mary Newland V ' gg 'WV I if Neg! , -E' ' V Charles Nichols ' K it i 5? k g h g ' 1 Art Noriega -' L KVA if-'sf tr'i A 'Q J h ' ' Henry Noriega M f James Nussman A 'A 4 A , kk : Miguel Obregon , I I . ' "' Q ' ,Q Richard Obregon ' my 5 J f Rs - K r ' 4 Steve Obregon -7- ' , g ' , ' ' M' Margaret Ochoa as ' "ii, f I f R Z , ' i . Margaret B. Ochoa -I , V K ' L Norma Ochoa , , .fr fr ,rrs ' Rodrick olafafhef ti ,ilii 5 sr, J iys, y J yg,, , J r ,J J r -1. 1 V: J Q ' ' x ' if ',". fi if f LI il 15 X' , 'V in A f get ,,,ne s,,, x, I ' . f- ,f ir,,,.g,, sz, 1 - f V. -, a . , 1, i J sir J A etii 1 xi J ,ri J ' , R at .,. , A N: X I sfo it X1 " J 5 X, " "1 ' 'ii - 7 A S j ' it Q M , . A f ,Q .aa I A if VJ 5 ij .115 A fi Ai 4 I 1 e nts, W: ' f , 1- X s, , , .y,, x r , Q,w,.F MJ J J 1' 4 f ' " f . , 1 X I it , ki if iii, K 1 - - " f- 5 - J -as If , Q T W 7 , , 5, W' .. ' . -,.i E.: H 4 I Q K ,, .V B JUNIOR . K , Miz., I H r V. . if sw, l B 'X in WJ l K 'fa' 'Pe of :za- W1 of f . ,V Y' R F gl , S , Z ax . 143 i '39 , 1 -'A , , ,',! fi t Q me X as 1 if . f 1 Q wr 5 x N v . R WM A x Mg L I-V .K xx K -: Q 5 . ii' 5 Q :"', . . T I . W ,Q A 'K x . :Aix Wynona Richins Harv Richelson , A George Rico K K 'Q M- Chambers Ridgely S I ji' - ii David Riesgo Jimmy Riesgo , "' F 'js Pat Riesgo -'l" A Rosemary Riesgo ,jjgblbfg 3 Arif' Dennis Riggin ' , Charles Riley N5 5 David Riley 'S My Harold Riley ff' wa 35 ' -K "H Barbara Rivera I, WM' ' Shirley Roberts V L - Adela Robles if K wc Carlos Robles be lfx L 5, I ' Frank Robles Henry Robles Joe Robles Judy Robles Lydia Robles Manuel Robles Cecilia Rodriguez Frank R. Rodriguez Frank S. Rodriguez Jeannie Rodriguez Lucy Rodriguez Mark Rodriguez Peter Rodriguez Rudy Rodriguez , ,--on X4 N5 at gs , , Mariaraquel Rodriguez 3 'dr , x I Silvia Rodriguez David Rogers Carmelo Romero David Romero Liz Romero Norma Romero Peter Romero Tonie Romero Tony Romero Vince Romero Walt Romero Chrisline Romo Rudy Romo Manuel Rosas Jeff Rosenberg Francis Rossini Dave Rubinstein 4 JUNIOR Se fiir riay '-' 119 , Q-,wwgsx-ages .L 1 -.1 me was .1 W. J. .. i s ' 2 W9 K 'A arri , , , L , ffffff' ' i 3 .fm . u L17 Y xii - L, if 5 K ll I i L V , A 3 S jf -. . ,ref W f 1 fgeg. r La2gfsaggirzaszgwaifeiiigi-raw,.. .iagaaae w visa? x 'aff Y ex. . S252 .. as H Wi. i 'si sm fc .4 JS? , 1 me f W, L if S L iq . . , . ,, P f-.' . i"if in f y L ,g V , L iii .o .R L f fa ii DW.- A L - -f i ii 3' 0 i f fji i,,LV- or Fi. risy ,,,. . ,, . ak. .: asf .Wwe a . el ii Ai ,x : KX s A , 9 5 'X me 3 , .. Rx LL Ns Ili ff? , K F . . G A ,,. t 9' E - 3 .K ,.., ,fa N7 J., L 7 , r Q X. Gloria Perortti Joe Petroshus Randy Petsch Martin Peyron Frank Peyton Julie Piccoli Charlene Piery Adrian Pinnavaia Kathe Pittman Monica Powell Delano Price Karol Priser Debbie Purvis Alice Quihuis Gloria Quintas Amanda Rallis Carmen Ramirez Hector Ramirez Hector L. Ramirez Hector R. Ramirez Manny Ramirez Grace Ramos David Redding Linda Reed Pct Reed Gregory Reever Gwen Reid Pam Reid Mary Reidy Mary Ann Reis Alice Reyes Penny Reynolds V 1 fi A ., c i' 5 ' as K? 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V ,A .. 2, 5, , -.Qi V .,..: T ' A Frank Ruelas Bobby Ruiz David Ruiz Molly Ruiz Virginia Ruiz Mario Saenz Ruben Saenz Carol Salazar Frank Salazar Jerry Salcido Gloria Saldivar Joe Salgado Rosita Salgado Cecilia Salcido Miriam Salonic Arcadio Salvador Sammy Samorano Susan Sams Joe Sanchez Juliette Sanchez Lucille Sanchez Olga Sanchez Sylvia Sanchez Beniie Sanders Sally Santa Maria Alva Santos Tommy Saufley Brian Scanland Nancy Schenck Jeff Schnepp Peggy Scott Donna Sedlack .,iy: ,M g p y S , l . if K ezzmli krf T .. ,V Y I l I W H A liia fx ll lii 5 iiaa as frr ralr 11. 5 S K S is S, iz. 5 S, , , i..,Lk.., .rrs,.1w1.t,f ' c'+'a1f-as A 'lawn , 2, if r Y S Wes, at t 2 " 4+ Q - We :.i A S , S M gtk l - gi :ll I ',,' Q W Q ml ' A i' f ir-i f: fi N ' llllriln .I 5" f.. 1 I ., A D I Hr A - Q K K V f u? Alll t Y' " r r lm fff Q '- l' S N T y ., Z,,, v J y -- if 'hw .lc-3 M if R i"rr B A 9 lz A l ' " V A' L i li . iarzaal ' ti ,,.,, ' ,, as x nral if X M . 5 arab 1 t of il ,. - of . -ff S N K A I "E-vee . . . I-vee . . . Overs" resounded from the girls' gym as students from Mrs. Lybeck's Junior Physical Education class jumped rope. This vw- 5 Q drill, designed for the improvement ot coordination in badminton, strengthened the legs, ankles and feet of the girls. f JUNIOR 225 Sylvia Segura Tekla Seidl Bruce Shaw Gaye Shaw Sandy Shearer Nancy Sheraw Suzanne Shift' Martha Sicre Wallace Simmons Kathleen Simpson Arlene Skinner Robert Skinner Susan Slonaker Charlene Smith Susie Smith Kenneth Snell K: E. . . v Q H. "' A P 2 if 5, r W .M i as t '32 -519 ta . -' ,Q gg. . .-., V , 'sr 'il 1 ,gif .pf f ,. ., jj' rv s. if fp i s K X , .. : H e H t , if N. 25' gi . ,- 5 T ., U3 H I 'Q 11257 4 ' QL . ' , as,- E l., T it . Q 'QQ , - lf as Suzy Snyder Q 3, G '- I ,",' I - Dina Soltero V ' ,,-- ' -" 5 S Josefa Soto ' f -V ' Michael Soto . Q ,A x Q' R d ST 3 -- Mer . Sgngla 2430 it l-li. - l'-'r'll ' -S i Thursda s found Pe Club members ' Marc Spiegel , K I A,,VA 35 d ys ' Hpf . using crepe paper smiley Stanich gn ff , A l to o orn enior Ho or Red and White doy. . b Chuck Stanton A 7 - '- ' Q I i , Danielle Stark 9 T, - K, N , .' '-R W 'Y 5 4, W' of 1 7 cgi ,Q ' Bruce Steele V J My Q V sm? Q " N F 9 V' Sarah Stemhoff 'l r iq' 'Q -xg 4 ' 1 5 - 2 f 4 Pat Sterns -. f - K i A if ' -.," ' W' z A 7' John C. Stevenson K gf w ,, ' ,-' , - ' f Thelma Stewart 1 as l 1 ' tl A I Martin Sficklev V 'B--as '-Vg? ' - I A 1 V ,. A Carol Sm' E V ,h - R -5 L - i,l 1, V Eloina Suarez K 4- at - , V - , ' kt,- 'F " .' V 'f I R- Kenneth Sugarman M iw a Tw, -- 1 -2? -it 'E , Z ale T34 ira Allen Sumelau in .V -I -je if W it i :-5kz T Keith Sutterley 1V it' ' S H, V I M y -' 'A ' '-:i- Bob Swanson if V I y 1 Q 3 V S, ',k. X YV Li.V 5 Valerie Swanson ' 1 K ' '19 f- 71'- 143 'l 'QQ Paul Switzer Rebecca Tadeo . 1. ,fn -- A V kk y Paul Takagi ,. M: f " E f ,lfV " , Joey Tapia ' Vt r V V V. " if - ' 1 A V -ff sam rm S -3' Q - , . V ll Sara Tawil Xt ,V If A Y " X1 . Allyson ffaylor V "'i 'W V 7 ' S -V ---'ff' . " "5 ., " .. 'V -V S DOF' THY Of ll ima I 3 V 1 fm, .V-- at A V ' 3- ' r "x i n I ' l Rosalia Tellez K 'F' Lg i f-i K 'V K Maria Teran ,.. T S - 'SVS' ' llll 15 "VV .viii fl A 2-1 1 ',,,,., -,V AL" ons T .omas Vl-'i, g ,M ,mf M H '33 , ,E ,j - :-: "--'a. ig I- 1- ,ggi lii -lg V Mona Lisa Thompson H .Za 53 . r f 'lll i l'kl In 531 Richard Thompson sk 4 six gi, ' W ' fl tj . It .alll K' '---fs kl.l Winifred Thompson M, ' K " 11: L L l S K7 i f i ' "" Dwight Thornton 'liifmll S LV I I P " if ft' ' e-V ' fa! Dennis Thygesen JUNIOR e .. 553' get , ,, 1 tif , .Q S' 'is 'Y " , it ' H' , ve: .,-' tiia ' 4 A isis f V- .s .,j: ,gszz,:Qt,g 15, A My Q - -E ms ,nm 351:25 . 3 Vai. 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Charles Tilton Irma Tineo Dora Toledo Charles Touche Jack Touseull Shirley Traylor Maryalice Treat Stephen Truiillo Caroline Turner Helen Turner Julie Underwood Albert Urias lrene Urias Anita Urrea David Valadez Ricardo Valdez Roy Valdez Mariana Valencia Joseph Valenti Irma Valenzuela Terry Valenzuela Geertie Van de Werken John Vasile Francisco Vasquez Joseph Vasquez Rachael Vasquez Walter Vassiliev Roy Verdugo Edward Verduzco Robert Vidal Victor Villasenor Ann Volz Leland Vought Elizabeth Vowels Stephen Waitt Susan Walker Diane Ward Kathi Warner Tom Warren Weldon Washington Judy Wasley George Watkins Jackie Watkins Eric Watson Roscoe Watson Joan Weaver Timothy Wells Timothy Wheeler 'i'i , c i 1 X f f ? A all ystys J an f - t 4, V.. ,' - 1 fig 1 , A 32.57 v V . f L K . K V . : K ,.. q k , gk, ., ri X t . s is i t T ysst - f "- it JJJ A ya, I ' f iw T in ' "3 gif was A if f .1 -I ..-, I ,, ,. ' ,. Q Vff,-gf i 1- i i A. K 1 . lv 'S 'ii' H ' 1 ' J TJ -"i BM i JUNIOR IV Seniors Planned for Traditional Follies and Prom Epidemic proportions of senioritis struck seniors this year but they still displayed a great amount of spirit. This was exemplified during Spirit Week when they received the trophy for the best decorated hall. Fulfilling one of the duties of his office, Class President Marc Zimmerman organized pep assemblies during football season. As Vice-president, Stephen Brophy contacted speakers for the Senior Forums. Traditionally, all seniors worked on the Senior Prom and, of course, the Senior Follies, held in May. Senior officers were Business Manager Jerry Holmes, Secretary Liliana Sanchez, Vice-President Steve Brophy. F E is as 4i n... W K if Class President Marc Zimmerman represented his class on Stu- dent Council as Badger Committee chairman. 28 As the day of commencement approached, seniors begun practice for idea worked out by the senior Advisers. After The ceremonies on June The processioncll. All The graduates wore red gowns this yeor, cm new 6, seniors leff Tucson High with mixed ernofions. 2 Rudy Arenas Marna Ares Carlos Arzate Danny Ashley John Atkielski David Aubrey Maria Avila Cynthia Bachrnon Eva Bacon Jack Bailey Beryl Baker Harold Balkow Anna Ballesieros Eva Ballesreros Loida Ballesteros Olivia Ballesferos Raul Ballesteros Raymundo Balfaza John Barbara Jim Barr SENIOR I' ff' -'mllff 'wr . , 1 ??.,w Q . . , . I-1+ . JJ.,,.k,,, 1 f L P 2 A " ax ,ff if lx rp 44 1. Q N x w 4' rf ? , rw mn Q me arf' Q' KM? MR ,f2v75'3 K ,, Q .,:: ,. , - 'E Q..-W. if in Q A' 'if 'S Q if " T. f .X ,-.... I' xl ' egg if Q " L lk Q saw er--w ,eww QP' ihna le,-,s 4.4. 'A' WM., f . if .M 4 N .af .sk , l , i ,J .xg ,J A ,Q,..f 1. ' QM . 1-. K1-'mi . f n , Nm. '-M ' -...A , Iwi L, .. . N S 4 .'f ., , Linda Abasta Paula Aboud Yolanda Acevedo George Acuna Jesus Aguiar Elaine Aguirre Sally Alcarez Linda Allgood Roy Almazan Barbara Alvidrez Henry Anderson Carol Antonick Debbie Apperson Beatrice Aquino Domingo Arenas L K. . K JJ X T- Nqr.: qw, ,K Y? om., ef-vw V f w ,,. ' L, M- k 514 -M ima, i Fi 1 jzfxfif-1,' " Q . gn, J, ' N. ' , Q' '- i l.gV y,,g,.k ff-si I . K. if 1 'ngw' H K rim. , Carol Barrett Evelyn Borrios Lucianna Barton Felipa Boumea David Bear Linda Bedoy Alex Bedoya Manuel Bedoya Danny Bell Irene Benitez Hannah Berkowitz Mary Helen Bermudez Armando Bernal Berry Bertie Andy Bland 'R-Q-wr It ,. W- SPI Rye Nano Bliss Erich Bock Carmen Bonillcs Rhoda Boode Bill Boots Robert Boyer Olivia Bravo Bob Breckenridge Carl Brooks Steve Brophy Ernestine Brown Jeff Brown Mercy Brown Vicki Brumfield Hilda Bruno Minnette Burges Woody Burr Evelyn Burris Arthur Bustamante Rikki Buxton SENIOR Barbara Calderon Angela Camaclwo Joann Camacho Yolanda Camacho Frances Camargo Sylvia Campoy Annette Carlson Anna Carrasco Georgina Carrasco Susie Carrier Barbara Carrillo Viola Casarez Maria Casillas Rebecca Castano Carlos Castro X '? 5, ,L A" fat Q ., , 204. 'Hn' , Nw' N-wwf ttrs ,A f0'13N N if-sfo man -'tmw 5401 nas 'li' .A by .. .. 'mv' Louie Castro Mercy Castro Richard Castro Arturo Cervantes Evelyn Cervantes De5'9ned Ground 0 fheckmvte theme, l'lUQe l9l0Cl4 Gnd Wlllle Pl"lWl'leel5 enlisted the aid of Liz Quiroz, Clara Ortiz, and Liliana Sanchez to put were only part at the decorations for the Senior Prom. Natalie Sltelar finishing touches on the crepe paper designs. SENIOR AA. 15' Dean Cotlow Alice Crane Lavonne Cruson Charlotte Cryder Mike Cunningham Arthur Curley Vita Damento Dot-tie Damgar Ralph Damiani Rose Dascoli RWM y 5 . K i 11 "5 ' Rick Davis QW" E Joann De La Garza ,.:,:,-,: Ccsimo De Masi "l:: ' : ': ' Charles Delwarte S, Donna Derengowski Q Dan Chandler Alex Chavarria Manny Chavez William Chin Steffen Cione Anna Marie Clark Mike Clark Shirley Clark Jim Cocio Natalia Cocio Joan Coltrin Tom Comeau Fred Contreras Mike Cook Richard Cook Jesus Cordero Debbie Costin Hector Cora Henry Cota Inez Cota -JPN rev f . i'5A,?'2 MW SENIOR E if Linda Ellis Debbie Ellison Janice Ellison Stephen Emslie Sam Escarsega Mary Estrella Mary Evans Jeff Fall 234 SENIOR 'ts Jeff Derickson - Juanita Diaz Fred Dillon - Diane Dodds Diana Dominguez ,rr Q cl mx! :fd- '5' 4 fm? ef a X95 li 'za V ,MBIS S, , J 522 ' S , ' . , Hz - , . g' Q V A-' 21. Us -' L Ralph Dominguez E I My fi 'E ,e Robert Dominguez l Archie Douglas 'i Bill Dunlap - Patsy Dunn 4 fire' is ' san was .lim Dworin Dean Eagerton Robert Eby Ralph Edgar Kathie Edson gnu. as RF S 'KK N36 'QQASNX x RSQQX 1... FD' Q-n-ef N., ...M -4. i wr-A 4- la Homerocm shoppers made last minute purchases of eggs, fresh fruits, and vegetables before delivering a Christmas box to their family. 'J AW' l iilff El X fr,-i:,1,gi,g: Z E 'li1lLR'fmn R as Curtis Farero George Foss Alfred Felix Gilbert Felix Maria Felix Yolanda Fernandez Rhonda Field Carlos Figueroa Viola Figueroa Edna Fimbres Cecilia Fisher Jerry Fitzpatrick Margarita Flores Janice Franklin Karen Frazier H9 we R-...ram fs, ,Q Ahkw2:u.i 33? me 3333521 QM MW? M mr Q Q ai PI' of 95' we ya v s.. ' C I ' -- .. ,1,,ffff:p,g,5,g,,:f5Jr1',,-,-f rf- 3. 3- . ' l wg -- ,?L1zai'i Y '.1''i'f'fJ,g7,"3f'?'f7'Jff,1':,-,Y -ll "QA, -4: af- ,ff --epfgul V: V, g:,'71wI":rg ' " ' 1 ' 2- ,: :l'.i',i2 , ' Eff zzz- -1 ' i 1,- 'SW-:HZ 4,25 V WA- r 12' ' ' 5 cf-or 'mfgvye ..1'hem-M4.-.:"-V1--J.: ,. - : . W 4 1- M. M M, va? :J 5325 me we QM .mg as so Bill Fredenburg Joe Fregoso Thomas Freightman Barbara Fry Cathy Gallahue Rosalie Gallardo Maria Gallego Carlos Gallegos Viola Gallegos Jessie Galvez Joe Galvez Carole Garcia Helen Garcia Raul Garcia Sandra Gassan Andy Gaudielle Leonard Gee Richard Gee Philip Gekas Marci Genis SENIOR 5 'iliffll ..K., "I ..,' iilifi, I , J, ,. . Complete with tuba and passengers, Louie Rodriguezs InTernaTional Scout sTarTed on its way Toward home. Many sTudenTs parked Their cars i ,easessm-im -"- W near or around The Tucson High campus during The school day and at 3:45 ioined in The onslaught of Traffic. 236 SENIOR Ruth Geter Debbie Gibson Marsha Gibson Murdock Gilchriese Tommy Gin Vincent Gin Don Givens Andy Gomez Carlos Gomez Natalie Gomez Rita Gomez Irene Gondora Carlos Gonzales Conrad Gonzales Robert Gonzales Bill Goodman Louis Goodman Shelley Goodman Phyllis Grace Joann Gracia Mary Gradillas Margaret Granillo Olga Granillo Kathy Gray l Mattie Green Chris Guild Bertha Gutierrez Ernie Gutierrez Louie Gutierrez Manuel Gutierrez Pati Hacke George Hall Mara Hall Robin Hall Cecilia Hanlon Jesus Hardy Robert Haro Charlene Harrison Jamie Haynes li Wi ilipiiif-5 iW5iff?5 iff?7Wi85s?iFI'l5ffi?'fEf9f 95 JF: :"r:-3:::'fHgg'ihg, pi G Q D5 Q fl ' w is w 3' .1 W ,M fix P Q 5-1 X Q M at Q A m,.,fwfQ,.,,-fi? -2,5 w ww. - ,i..f r ,.,. W J, ..., Q , ., M, , ,U P X K QP, 3 Ri Y W Fw as i if ,Staff X? sg Q M X Q .3 P N Y e E X Pa Gunn s we N55 Shawn Hayton Sharon Heidel Gary Heimbach Pam Henderson Dave Henken Diane Hernandez 3 f ' Irma Hernandez ' Mary Helen Hernandez Yolanda Hernandez ,, Anita Herron .- A- V , V- I lm, Hin , 1 SENIOR 23 7 -- N-,,1-5E..:g,,m .iz pu s.. ":- A ,... , .J J MV .f, ....... wwf a..iw:wF, I: 5. .. Y. Q, ra 1 'J 3 x . oi Wg? , -1 L f L f , we i, NK.-' s .gk Q 3 ., 4 X M ' 'W a re' L N Y is rd w is ,ZW 3 4 Q gwiffp, Q H P Ry w 2 Q e eg so 5 L ,J Wim .. ,,. . 7 Q 3 f 5 P. QW Q i my Q5 Q fmt e as Q, few' all 238 Pam Johns Robert Johnston Mike Jurado Bernie Karrh Bill Kirk Arnold Kleinerman Liz Knight Steve Konzen Carolyn Kuehnast Elaine Langford Richard Laos Vernon Laree Lawrence Larriva Susie Lawson Anabelle Leal Linda Lee Sylvia Lee Evangelina Leon Fred Leon Hilda Leon SENIOR ,,,,. ,. .mei We bf: ..::'h+1-: f : 1 -, .--.-we -- 7 as ?,,,2.WA 4 5 views,-.1 L h e . era Y W , 43 7- 3 4 ,Q . 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Egif t s ,K A ,..f,1,,.-f,,.., -sis. f ? 5 , k,,k.' 5,1 Lorraine Hill Mary Hill Jerry Holmes Kathy Hood Anne Howell Jay Huff Chai lndhora Gloria lnigo Manny lnigo Larry Isaac Johanna Jaggers Robert Boe James Catherine Jaurigue Rosie Jimenez David Joe Gilda Lespron Phyllis Levin Marsha Levift Mike Lew Nancy Lew Al Lewis David Lewis Rosa Linarez Pat Linkenbach Rosemary Lizardi Robert Loft Wing Loh Jay Lohberg Connie Lopez Frank Lopez l Linda Lopez Lydia Lopez Nellie Lopez Ray Lopez Ray M. Lopez Robert Lopez Sandra Lopez Vicki Lopez Brad LOviTT Sylvia Lucero Linda Lugo Rosemary Luian Mary Lundin Sharon McCaslin Nancy McDonald Jere McDonough Mike Mcliain Sarah McKesson Manuel McKenna Louise McLaughlin SENIOR 2 9 Maureen McLaughlin Rene Madrid Richard Maerker Mary Manciet Socorro Mange Lyle Mann Ted Marin Margaret Mariscal Betty Martin Hector Martinez Joe Martinez Lydia Martinez Margaret Martinez Ralph Martinez Rene Martinez Natalie Matas lrene Matteau Robert Mattis Sonia Mattson Vince Mazzola 'M' nr wu- -.uw KTM' SENIOR CABHNIET Bottom Row: Pati l-lacke, Gloria Valenzuela, Sylvia Lee, lalwoe, Debbie Costin, Lorraine Hill, Belle Tom Top Row Jim Barr Mary Roseanne Roda, Marsha Gibson, Second Row: Snow Peabody, Cathy Gal- Evans, Ronny Paul, Paula Aboud, Bill Dunlap Rick Davis ,gray xffgmew '4 A k,,. 240 SENIOR Connie Morales Carlos Moron Alice Moreno Jerry Morgan Griselda Morones Bobby Morrison Greg Mofzkin Sue Moya Marie Mungaray Tim Murray Jim Neavifi Christine Nelson Sharon Neumann Dianne Newkirk Lorry Nichols -'fx fi.:Szewfstgwisixszgfezfwiersiia '1E,55'Sfs":t,.f' ECI-'Tv -f 1"2 Pix,l:53Sfg?i2i-Sfggggergggigig - ff,i:f.,,mrw6 .Q ima - :fl-mm-fm,iasii11efi . 'fzlv-gisizlfsisszmi . 2 2 wi we 75? 5325375 . Ji, i.,i. 1 Vs. ' ' ff lfifilfiisi . - 1- ,,,,.,.:. . 1,, f- .755 4- 3 'EL sm! iw? Gloria Medina Marsha Mehl Frank Mendez Jay Messick Pony Meyer Blanco Meza Tony Meza Mary Millone Irma Miller Diana Miranda Frances Miranda Gus Miranda Jackie Milchell Nelda Mitchell Bruce Minon David Molina Joseph Monie Fermin Montiel Yolanda Montoya Art Moore SENIOR Inf ff 5 'f ' .iZ'i':iI - - -r.-grew W. We :. , My M ,, f' ,.- ,. lg? em Sr es 4 M a, il? 4 l 'l We Q 4 v fig K A M Jia, i K mm 406 A jx l 3 ,A i Qi' QR c .' Y A 4 Q it - it mmm ,ju - , rg-tit.-qw 'bn . c if .X ai 1 t 2 N UL xx :ight Q -ww,-..'-'1 l at 5 '44g2,fSr',fN: Li- A if NRM vw" 42 Nancy Paton Marylka Pattison Ronny Paul Snow Peabody Larry Pearson Alice Perez Bertha Perez Diana Perez Truda Perry Martha Pesqueira Nancy Peterman Susan Peyron Mike Phillips Salvador Polanco Linda Pompa Chris Provo Diane Quevedo Anna Quinlan Anthony Quintana Angie Quiroz SENIOR ug NKET' a?riS-.- Y L-SL? tie. WK.. ft . Q- x -. ,R I- ' . ,aw- fv- 0' - i 'Gif i YS 'UN Ns --favs ,M a , 'Qin ew? gtk ii' , wifi? an X Margie Nieblas Judy Nielsen Cheryl Noble Terry Noriega Tom O'Dell Frank Orosco Norma Orozco Clara Ortiz Danny Ortiz Marcella Pacheco Edith Padgett Linda Padilla Lucinda Paez Raymond Paez Anna Paredes s 'Q 1" , X xii .L,, , . " N iii? 'iizs t 21-P155 'f iirfih - -- 31 e it ,... "-'W' ' ltlil i P 'V' fi Y : wu- k qilffv arffA" Liz Quiroz Margaret Quiroz Sylvia Rada Joe Ramirez Mary Esther Raminez Yolanda Ramirez John Ray Jean Redmond Berz Reece Kay Remily Belinda Rhodeos Karen Richards George Riesgo Denise Riggs Tom Rintala Wie S1 f isawrisifw : 2 ' . ' . :fff,:'f1,'f . 'I , f' ssvlefe !:'i"': ,. . .. ,,:' -wi K . . I , . 21-V i he A f : ffismi, re, " 1 , R 2M -2, 5,:i,?f 1g.iFi.sSg 5135, ' L' X 1. -, . 55 ,M fiigxgirsf mc' M . ., , ig - if ' , ff 'R 1 i new fn We M N X fi Dan Robinson Carmen Robles Roseanne Roda Rita Rodgers Elsa Rodriguez Louie Rodriguez Ray Rodriguez Richard A. Rodriguez Richard R. Rodriguez Patricia Rogers Danny Romero Eva Romero Fernando Romero Hope Romero Ronnie Romero Sylvia Romero Vic Romero Carol Romine Marylou Rosales Arthur Ross SENIOR "Five minutes is the maximum time for portraits." Mr. Mardis explained vised To make Their picture appointments early so they would be avail- To Joe Wilder as he tried to relax before the camera. Seniors were ad- able for irnmediate use in the Tucsonian. 244 SENIOR Dale Ross Gus Rowland Robert Rubio Bill Ruiz Frances Ruiz Manny Ruiz Mike Ruiz Joan Russell Rosemary Sadlouskos Al Sales Rosemary Salazar Alex Salcido Henry Samaniego Liliana Sanchez Bertha Sandoval Dorothy Stark Linda Stein Mike Steinhoff Janice Stension Richard Stevenson Alana Stewart Linda Stopa Larry Strickland David Sweet Eugene Tang Gary Teal Ron Tellez Dora Teran Vivian Terry Don Tharp Rachel Santa Cruz Bob Schiever John Schmitz Larry Schroff Bill Seaton Pauline Seballos Kent Sebring Robert Selby Vicki Senter Natalie Shelar Nancy Shenkaraw Margaret Shoumaker Walter Silvas Edmundo Simental Randy Simons Mary Ann Small Donald Smith Hazel Smith Betty Sorrell Albert Soto " ',i, 1225 x 3 ,W mi 1 3 1 K I viz: SENIOR lf... "'-:. H3?FF'I.:'- .:-1Ei?I'..:'v:2:5::' F: . , .I ,,,. , ... , 1 'QQ 31,1 . fe 7 wi T - 1 fe:-1 . fe T, ,. 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Q... www ,p ry l l Jean Thomas l Evalyn Thorne KaThy Thorpe Neil Thrcill Giana Todoli Brad Toland Belle Tom Margaret Toto Tony Tovar Jim Trego Domona Tyler Richard Upshaw Eugene Valadez Albert Valdenegro Alex Valdez Elizabeth Valdez lda Valdez Johnny Valdez Santos Trisfe Diana Truiillo Tommy Tugade Carolyn Turner Carol Tye Celebrating The end of final exams, Johnny Monfano found sliding down The bonisTer The TasTesT way To geT ouT of The school building. 246 SENIOR Lydia Valdez Moses Valencia Abram Valenzuela Gloria Valenzuela Olivia Valenzuela Vicki Vance John Van De Werken Walter Van Leeuven Frank Vasquez Sandie Vega Manuel Velez Susie Verdugo Terry Verdugo Jerry Villa Diana Villegas Rafael Vingochea David Waddell Liz Weiner Dan Weisz Joe Wilder Jeanne Wong Alan Wood Carol Woolson Melanie Workman Betty Wright Lawrence Wright Angie Yanez Denise Yanez Cruz Ybarra George Young Arthur Yribe Edith Zagona Josie Zazuera Manny Zepeda Marc Zimmerman SENIOR l ACOSTA, ART: Biology, Freshman Foot- ball, Junior Varsity Baseball. ADKINS, RAY: Physical Education, Vars- ity Baseball. AGUILAR, ADALBERTO: Woodworking. ALVIDREZ, GLORIA: Typing, Shorthand. ANDERSON, CURTISS: Counselor. ANDERSON, DONALD: American His- tory, Freshman Football, Track. AUSTIN, WALLACE: English. BAALEY, RALPH: Biology, Varsity Foot- a . BARCLAY, ROBERT: Electricity, Electron- ics, General Metals Electricity, Elec- tronics Club. BAZZETTA, George: Chemistry, College Chemistry, Bi-Chem-Phy. BEEVER, EILEEN: Chemistry, Physical Science. BENNET, JOHN: Algebra, Solid Geome- try. BIRD, CECIL: Basic Math, General Math. BJgRLIE, LAURITZ: Orchestra, Ensem- e. BOROZAN, MIKE: Special Education. BROOKS, JOHN: Biology. BUEHMAN, PHILIP: Physics, Physical Science, Bi-Chem-Phy. CARMONY, PAUL: Bookkeeping, Typing. CARR, RICHARD: Physical Education, Athletic Trainer. CARSWELL, DAVID: Biology. CAWLEY, DENNIS: Spanish, Latin Amer- ican Studies, Senior Adviser, Ameri- can Field Service. CHIDESTER, OTIS: Quarterly Printing Adviser, Beniamin Franklin Club, Anytown Adviser, Vocational Print- ing, Graphic Arts, Printing. CLARK, SUE: Health, Physical Educa- tion, Girls' Tennis Team. CLINTON, RON: American History, Wrestling. COMAN, BARBARA: Physical Science. COOK, CHARLES: Physical Education, Junior Varsity Basketball. COOK, GENEVA: Librarian, Library Cub. COOPER, THOMAS: American History. CONFER, JOHN: Aeronautics, Auto Me- chanics, Badger Bar. CROPPER, ARDETH: World Geography. CUSTENBORDER, JEAN: World Geogra- phy- DANFORD, JANETTE: English, Social Studies, Employment Training, Special Education. DAVIS, DONALD: Math. DAWSON, JOHN: Algebra, Data Pro- cessing. DENNING, MERLE: Mechanical Drawing, Machine Drawing, Architectural Draw- ing, Vocational Drafting. DETLEFSEN, ELNOR: Counselor. DIEERICH, DOUGLASS: Biology, Biology B CS. DOBBINS, MARIAN: Homemaking. DOUGLASS, BRAINARD: Counselor, Rifle Club, Goal Post Decorations. DRACHMAN, GRETCHEN: French, French Club. DUNN, BARRY: World Geography, ln- ternational Club. DURAN, JANICE: English. EAGAN, PAUL: English. EATON, MARY LOU: Counselor, Special Qualifying Class, Special Education. EDBERG, BARRY: Data Processing, Of- fice Machines, Typing, Varsity Tennis Team. EDGINGTON, JOY: Beginning Girls Glee Club, Advanced Choir, Arts in Action, Sophomore Girls Ensemble. EDWARDS, NONA: Archery, Softball, GAA, Physical Education. EISENBERG, BETTY: English. FAY, JEAN: Meth. FERBER, ROBERT: American Problems. FERGUSON, HARVEY: English, Quarter- ly Adviser. FOLLET, VERMONT: Biology, Chemistry. FOLTZ, LAVERNE: English, Special Read- ing. FORCE, RICHARD: Counselor, American History, 8th Grade Orientation. GOLDSTEIN, HARRY: Photography, Vo- cational Photography, Badger Camera Clickers. GREER, JASON: Physical Education, Athletic Director. GROFF, ALBERT: Thespians, Drama, Stagecraft. HALL, JOHN: Biology. HALL, LARRY: Physical Education, Health, Freshman Basketball. HARRIS, GLENN: Algebra, General Math. HARVEY, JOHN: English. HASKETT, ROBERT: English, Future Teach- ers Of America. HATFIELD, STERLING: American His- tory. HAYDEN, RALPH: Library Science. HEATLEY, CAROLE: English. HEMPHILL, ELDON: Geometry, Algebra. HENKE, LLOYD: Physical Science. HOEHN, RUTH: Homemaking, Future Homemakers of America. HOOKER, DAVID: Chinese. HOPPER, CHARLOTTE: Secretarial Prac- tice, Shorthand. HUFFAKER, MELVIN: Woodworking, Gen- eral Metals, Physical Education, Ju- nior Varsity Football. Faculty Directory HUTCHISON, ROBERT: Beginning and Advanced Chorus. JAAP, JAN: Beginning Typing, Clerical Practice. JACOBS, HELEN: English. JENNINGS, STANLEY: Refrigeration, Air Conditioning. JOHNSON, MARY: English. KING, BERTHA: Business Education. KING, BOB: Graphic Arts, Photography: Wrestling. KINSEY, JAMES: Woodworking. KLANN, HUGO: Typing, Shorthand, Cooperative Office Education. KLEMANN, ANN: General Art, Ad- vanced Art, Quarterly Art Adviser, Art Club. KLINE, R. C.: Drivers' Education, Dri- vers' Training. KOLB, JUDITH: English. KROMPASKY, HILDA: English. LASH, RALPH: General Business, Busi- ness Law. LAVIGNE, DONALD: Math. LEE, EDMUND: Physical Science. LIMPERIS, LEON: World Geography. LIVINGSTON, ALICE JEAN: English. LOGAN, GORDON: Counselor, Drivers' Education. LYBECK, LYNN: Physical Education, Varsity Badminton, Track and Field, Synchronized Swimming. MANNING, REVA: Home Economics. MARISCAL, ERNEST: Spanish, Senior Class Adviser. MARKERT, EDWARD: Public Speaking, National Forensic League. MARTIN, DON: Homeroom Representa- tives, Pep Club, English. MARTIN, HARRIETTE: English, Journal- ism, Cactus Chronicle Adviser. MARTIN, WALTER R.: General Metals, Sheet Metals. MARTIN, WILMER D., VICA, ICE, ln- dustrial Cooperative Education. MATHEWS, ELDEN: Art Workshop, De- sign and Crafts, Sculpture, Commer- cial Art. MAUGANS, WILLIAM: Math. MAYFIELD, OLIVER: Math, Assistant Track Coach, Varsity Football. McALPINE, DONALD: Physical Educa- tion. McCANDLESS, J. ALAN: DECA, Market- ing, Cooperative Supermarket Educa- tion. McINTOSH, JAMES: English, Radio Pro- duction, Senior Class Adviser. MEIER, LEONA: English. MIRQNDA, MIKE: Club Cervantes, Span- IS . MOCKLER, ANN: Counselor, Senior Class Adviser. MORALES, TONY: American Problems, Varsity Basketball, Senior Forum Co- Adviser. MORPHEW, GORDON: Physical Science. MOSTEIRO, ELINOR: Spanish. MUROLO, ROMANA: German. NELSON, MARGARET: English. NlcHoLsoN, LARMER: English. NIEHAUS, DUANE: Algebra, College Al- gebra, Trigonometry, Calculus. NIEMI, ARTHUR: Physical Education, Swimming. NIER, LENORE: English. ORTIZ, ROBERT: Vocational Auto Me- chanics, Cross Country, Assistant Track Coach. PETERSON, JACK: English. PRENTICE, DON: Geography. PRESTON, LAMOND: Counselor, Biology. PRYZBYL, VIOLET: Bookkeeping, Clerical Practice. RAE, GRACE: Librarian. REBROVICH, JOHN: Refrigeration, Bench and Forge, Mechanical Drawing. RHODES, LYNN: Consumer Math, Tra- ditions Committee Sponsor. RIOS, MARY LOUISE: English. ROMERO, VIRGINIA: Physical Educa- tion, Health, GAA Sponsor, Girl's Varsity Volleyball. ROSS, EDNA: Practical Nursing. ROW, WENDY: General Business, Typ- ing. RUSK, ROBERT: Auto Mechanics, Weld- ing, General Metals. RUST, KATHERINE: English, Science, Math. RUTTER, ANDREW: English. SABA, JEAN: Geometry, Algebra 4 - Trigonometry. SAGE, KATHLEEN: Advanced Art, Jewel- ry, Tucsonian Adviser. SALZER, JEANNE: English. SANDERS, KAREN: American History. SANDIN, ROBERT: General Metals, Ma- chine Shop, Vocational Machines. SCOVILLE, CAROL: Terpsi, Pirouettes, Modern Dance. SEGERSTROM, R. ED: Industrial Educa- tion, Senior Class Adviser, Stage Hands. SHEEHAN, EDWARD: Basic Math, Gen- eral Math. SHIRLEY, DOROTHY: American Prob- lems, Red Cross Sponsor, Senate Youth, Model United Nations. SMITH, HARRY: Drivers' Training, Dri- vers' Education, Varsity Football, Golf. SMITH, R. FRANCES: Counselor, Na- tional Honor Society. STAN, VIRGIL: Junior Varsity Football, Health, Physical Education. STEELE,CHARLES: Band, Theory, Ensem- ble, Lyres Club. STEINER, JOE: World History. STEWART, LAuRlE: English. SWADNER, MATTHEW: Graphic Arts. SWEENEY, KAY: Health, Physical Edu- cation, Speed-a-way. TAYLOR, JOHN: World Geography. TILGHMAN, MARGARET: Physical Edu- cation, Gymnastics. TODD, CHARLES: General Art, Ceram- ics. TREFFS, JO ANNE: Home Living, Food Service. TRIGG, SANDY: Physical Education, Songleaders, Cheerleaders, Twirlers. WAGNER, STANLEY: English, Badger Investment Club. WAITE, JOHN: Latin, Junior Classical League. WGRREN, DONALD: English, Social Stu- les. WARREN, MARILYN: Home Economics, attire Homemakers of America, Rifle u . WELCH, WILLIAM: Welding. WESTERVELT, WILLIAM: Physical Educa- tion, Gymnastics. WHITE, JIM: Health, Physical Education. WHITE, JOEL: American Problems. WHLTING, MARION: Chemistry, Bi-Chem- P y. WILLIS, HELEN: Health, Physical Edu- cation, Girls Golf. WILSON, BEVERLY: Algebra, Geometry. WILSON, LAWRENCE: Algebra, Geome- try. WINGATE, EDITH: American History, World Geography. WONG, TINY MAE: General Math, Con- sumer Math, Algebra. WUERSCHMIDT, ELAINE: English. WYNN, JUDITH: Physical Education, Aqua Maids, GAA Basketball. ZEIDMAN, DONALD: DECA, Marketing, Cooperative Merchandising. Teachers and administrators alike sampled coffee, punch and delicate cookies, prepared by Home Economics classes, at the Christmas Tea. ni. l A ABASTA, EMERLINDA: Girls' League I. ABOUD, PAUlA:. GAA I,2: Tennis I,2,3,4: Varsity Volleyball I,2,3,4:! Quarterly Salesman 4: National Hon- or Society 3,4: Pinnacle 4: Senior Cabinet: Girls' State 3: Homeroom Representative I: Junior Guard: Stu- dent Body Recording Secretary 4. ACEVEDO, YOLANDA: Girls' LGGQUE I 2 ACUNA, GEORGE: Track I,3: Cross Country 3: Homeroom Representative 1,2,4: Badger Bar 3,4: Graphic Arts Club I. AGUIAR, JESUS: Quarterly Art Staff 3. ALLGOOD, LINDA: Homeroom Repre- sentative 3,4: Senior Council. ALMAZAN, ROY: Track I,2: Cross Country I,2. ALVIDREZ, BARBARA: Band I,2. ANDERSON, HENRY: Football I,2,3,4: Track I,2,3,4: Letterman's Club 2,3,4. ANTONICK, CAROL: Songleader 3: Tucsonian Curriculum Assistant Edi- tor 3: National Honor Society 3,4: Girls' League Council 3,4: Sergeant- at-Arms 4: Tucsonian Queen: DECA 4. AQUINO, BEATRICE: Band I,2,3,4: Lyres Club I. ARENAS, DOMINGO: Track 3: Cross Country 3: Letterman's Club 3,4. ARES, MARNA: Terpsichoros 3,4: Vice- President 4: Red Cross Council 4: American Field Service Candidate 3. ARZATE, CARLOS: Football I ,2,3: Wrestling 'l,2,3. ASHLEY, DANNY: Football I,2: Track I. AUBREY, DAVID: Football I,2: Track I,2: Quarterly Salesman 4. AVENETTI, ARTHUR: Gymnastics I. AVILA, MARIA: Orchestra I,2,3: Home- room Representative I. BACHMAN, CYNTHIA: Gymnastics I: Band I,2,3,4: Lyres Club Secretary- Treasurer 4: Terpsichoros 4: Pep Club I: FHA 3,4: Homeroom Repre- sentative I. BACON, EVA: GAA I: Balladeers 3,4: Choraleers 2: Red Cross I: Girls' League I: Homeroom Representative I. BAILEY, JACK: Basketball I,2,3: Chron- icle Sports Editor 4: National Honor Society 3,4: Pinnacle 2: Junior Guard: Bi-Chem-Phy 4: Investment Club 3. BAKER, BERYL: Band I,2,3,4: Orches- tra I,2,3,4: Lyres Club I,2,3,4: Girls' Track 3: Rifle Club 3: Aqua-Maids 2. BALKOW, HAROLD: Football 2: Track 3: Quarterly Salesman 2,3: Make-up Editor 4: Production 3: Ben Frank- lin Club 3,4: Homeroom Representa- tive 2,3. BALLESTEROS, A N N A : Cheerleader I,2,3,4: Head 2: Quarterly Salesman I: National Honor Society 3,4: Pin- nacle 3: Red Cross 2: Sophomore Council: Junior Council: Junior Cabi- net: Inter-Club Council 3: Junior Guard: Girls' State Alternate: Tuc- sonian Queen Finalist. BALLESTEROS, EVA: GAA I,2,3,4: Tennis I,2,3,4: Spanish Club 3,4. BALLESTEROS, OLIVIA: Orchestra i,2. BARR, JIM: Baseball I,2: Tucsonian 3,4: Assistant Sports Editor 3: Sports Edi- tor 4: National Honor Society 3,4: Pinnacle 2,3: investment Club 3,4: Boys' State Alternate: Homeroom Representative 4: Junior Guard: Ju- nair Cabinet: Senior Cabinet. BARRETT, CAROL: Cheerleader I: Song- leader 3,4: Head 4: Balladeers I: Choraleers 2,3,4: Red Cross 4: Girls' League I,2,3,4. BARRIOS, EVELINE: Red Cross I: Girls' League 2,3,4: DECA 3: Secretary 3: FHA 3. BAUMEA, FELIPE: DECA 4. BEAR, DAVID: National Honor Society 3,4: Pinnacle I: Bi-Chem-Phy I,2,3,4: Treasurer 3: President 4: Investment Club 3. BEDOY, LINDA: DECA 4. BEDOYA, ALEX: Wrestling I,3. BEDOYA, MANUEL: Wrestling 2,3,4. BELL, DANNY: Football I: Band I,2,3,4: Orchestra 3: Lyres Club 4. BENITEZ, IRENE: Quarterly Salesman 3: Pirouettes 3. BERKOWITZ, HANNAH: Orchestra I,2,4: Terpsichoros 3,4: Pirouettes I: Quar- terly 3,4: Assistant Business Mana- ger 3: Business Manager 4: Speech 2,3,4: National Forensic League 3,4: National Honor Society 3,4: Home- room Representative 2: French Club 2,3,4: President 3. BERNAL, ARMANDO: Football 2: Bas- ketball I: Cross Country 3: Quarter- ly Salesman l: Band I,2,3,4: Student Director 4: Lyres Club 4. BERTIE, BERRY: Track 3,4. BLISS, NANO: Quarterly Salesman 3: Terpsichoros 2,3,4: Speech I,2,3,4: National Forensic League 2,3,4: Pin- nacle 3: Homeroom Representative 3: Inter-Club Council 3: Ski Club I,2,3,4: Vice-President 3: President 4. Senior Activities BOCK, ERICH: Tennis I,2,3,4: Red Cross 4: Bi-Chem-Phy 3: Letterman 2,3,4. BONILLAS, CARMEN: Homeroom Repre- sentative 2. BOODE, RHODA: Quarterly Printer 2,3: Ben Franklin Club 2,3. BOOTS, BILL: Gymnastics I,2,3,4: Balla- deers I,2,3,4: Choraleers I,2,3,4: Red Cross I,2: Homeroom Representative 3. BOYER, ROBERT: Latin Club 2. BRAVO, OLIVIA: GAA I,2,3,4: Chorus I : Homeroom Representative 4: Quarterly 2. BROPHY, STEPHEN: Wrestling 2: Swim- ming 3,4: Speech 3,4: National For- ensic League 3,4: Boys' State 3: Homeroom Representative 2,3: Na- tional Honor Society 3,4: Red Cross Council 2,3,4: Junior Guard: Consti- tutional Revision Committee 3: Bad- ger Fund Committee 2: Junior Cabi- net: Senior Cabinet: Senior Class Vice-President. BROWN, JEFF: Tucsonian 3,4: Assistant Classes Editor 3: Classes Editor 4: Cervantes Club 2,3,4: Sergeant-at- Arms 3,4: Art Club 2,3,4, President 4: Junior Guard. BROWN, MERCY: GAA I: Girls' League 34 BURGES, MINNETTE: Chronicle Editorial Board 4: Girls' League I,2,3,4. BURR, SHERWOOD: Football 2: Swim- ming I,2,3. BURRIS, EVELYN: Balladeers 2,3,4: Choraleers 2,3,4: Cervantes Club 4: Girls' Glee Club I. C CALDERON, BARBARA: Quarterly Sales- man 4: Homeroom Representative 2,3. CAMACHO, ANGELA: Senior Justice: Junior Guard. CARLSON, ANNETTE: Terpsichoros 4: Pirouettes 3: Homeroom Representa- tive I,2: Ski Club I,2. CARRIER, SUSIE: Quarterly Salesman I: Band I,2,3,4 Lyres Club 4. CARRILLO, BARBARA: Girls' League Council 2,3: COE 4. CASTANO, REBECCA: Orchestra I,2: Rodeo Club I. CASTILLAS, MARIA CECILIA: ICE 3,4. CASTILLO, FRANK: Football I,2,3: Bas- ketball I,2: Baseball I,2,3,4: Letter- man 3,4: Freshman Class President: Homeroom Representative 2. CASTRO, CARLOS: Basketball I,2: Tuc- sonian Photographer 3,4: Red Cross 2: Badger Camera Clickers 3,4. CASTRO, MERCY: GAA I,2: Songleader 4: Track 2: Choraleers I,2,3,4: Terp- sichoros 4: Pirouettes 3: Red Cross 4: Homeroom Representative I. CERVANTES, EVELYN: Girls' League I,2,3,4. CHAVARRIA, ALEX: Track 3: Red Cross 2. CHIN, WILLIAM: Red Cross Representa- tive 2: Bi-Chem-Phy 3,4: Homeroom Representative I. CIONE, STEFFAN: Quarterly Salesman 3: Speech 4: Red Cross 3: Homeroom Representative 3,4. CLARK, ANNA MARIE: ICE 4. CLARK, MIKE: Football 2,3,4: Letterman 3,4. COLTRIN, JOAN: Band Librarian 4: Swing Band 4: Lyres Club 4: Home- room Representative 4: National Hon- or Society 4. COMEAU, THOMAS: Bi-Chem-Phy 4: Chess Club 4. CONTRERAS, FRED: Football I: Track I: Homeroom Representative 4. COOK, RICHARD: Tennis I. COSTIN, DEBBIE: Tucsonian 3,4: Stu- dent Life Co-editor 3: Editor-in-Chief 4: Girls' League Council 3,4: Vice- President 3: President 4: Girls' State 3: Red Cross 2: Junior Guard, Senior Cabinet: Freshman Councilman: Pin- nacle I,2: National Honor Society 3,4: Model United Nations Delegate. COTA, INES: Homeroom Representative 4. COTLOW, DEAN: Tucson Daily Citizen Correspondent: Swimming I,2,3,4: Balladeers I,2,3: Choraleers I,2,3: Red Cross 2,4: Homeroom Representa- tive I,3: Letterman 2,3,4. COURTNEY, ODDETTE: Choraleers 3,4. CRANE, ALICE: Chronicle 3,4: Managing Editor 4: Editorial Board 3: Speech 2,3,4: National Forensic League 3,4: President 4: National Honor Society 4: Red Cross I: Junior Guard, Se- nior Cabinet: Girls' League Council 3,4: Homeroom Representative 2,4. CRUSON, LARONNE: FTA 4. CRYDER, CHARLOTTE: Library Club 4: FTA 4: Girls' League 4. D DAMGAR, DOROTHY: Red Cross Repre- sentative 3: Girls' League 2,3,4. DAMENTO, VITA: Quarterly Salesman 3: Choraleers 3,4: Girls' Chorus I,2: Aqua Maids 3: Art Club 3: Girls' League I,2,3: Red Cross Representa- tive 3,4. DASCOLI, ROSE: Choraleers 2. Senior Homemaking student Willie Holmes made certain that the trays of fancy tidbits were completely filled at the faculty Christmas party. DAVIS, RICK: Football I5 Swimming I5 Chronicle Editorial Board 45 Speech 45 Bi-Chem-Phy I,2,35 Investment Club 35 Senior Cabinet5 Model UN 45 Bi-Chem-Phy Science Fair, Southern Arizona Regional Science Fair5 State Newswriting Convention. DERICKSON, JEFF: Basketball I,2,3,45 Homeroom Representative 1,25 Ju- nior Guard5 National Honor Society 3,45 Red Cross Council 2,3,45 Badger Fund Council5 Senior Class Council- man5 Bi-Chem-Phy I5 Letterman 3,4. DILLON, FRED: Basketball I,2,3,45 Track I,2,3,45 Letterman I,2,3,45 Home- room Representative 3. DODDS, DIANE: Quarterly 45 Exchange Editor5 Secretary5 National Honor Society 35 Pinnacle 2,35 International Club 1,25 French Club 35 FTA 2,3,4. DOMINQUEZ, DIANE: GAA I. DOUGLAS, ARCHIE: Football 1,2,45 Basketball I,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,4. DUARTE, GEORGE: Baseball 2, DUNLAP, BILL: Football 3,45 Gymnastics 1,25 Junior Guard5 Senior Cabinet. EDGAR, RALPH: Football 1,25 Basket- ball I,2,3,45 Band I,2,3,45 Orches- tra 3,45 Lyres Club 45 Drum Maior 45 Speech 3,45 National Forensic League 3,45 Boys' State 35 Junior Guard 35 Model UN 45 Freshman Councilman I5 Sophomore Class President5 Ju- noir Councilman 35 Junior Cabinet 3, Student Body President 45 Interna- tional Club 3,45 Junior Classical League 1,25 Letterman 3,4. EDSON, KATHIE: Chronicle Editorial Board 35 Songleader 3,45 Fencing 45 Gymnastics 3,45 Speech 25 Terp- sichoros 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Traditions Court I5 Student Coun- cil 25 Constitution Revision Com- mittee 35 Girls' League I5 Home- room Representative 35 Anytown 4. ELLIS, LINDA: Orchestra 1,25 Pirouettes 35 Terpsichoros 45 Red Cross 4. ELLISON, JANICE: Red Cross Represen- tative 1. ESCARSEGA, SAM: Football 1,25 Tennis 15 Rifle I5 Wrestling I,2,3,45 Red Cross 1,35 Homeroom Representative I,3,45 Student Council I5 Art Club 15 Letterman I,2,3,4. EVANS, MARY: Chronicle 45 Exchange and Distribution5 Tennis 15 Junior Guard5 Girls' League Council I,2,3,45 Senior Cabinet. F FALL, JEFF: Tennis 15 National Honor Society 3,45 Pinnacle 1,2,3. Senior Activities FASS, GEORGE: Football I,2,3,45 Bas- ketball 35 Baseball 1,25 Track I,2,35 Wrestling 1,25 Band 15 Red Cross 2,35 Homeroom Representative 1,25 Pep Club 45 Bi-Chem-Phy 2,3. FELIX, GILBERT: Football I,2,3,45 Bas- ketball I,25 Baseball 15 Track 45 Red Cross 45 Homeroom Representa- tive 25 Letterman 3,4. FELIX, MARIA: Homeroom Representa- tive 25 DECA 3. FERNANDEZ, YOLANDA: GAA 15 Band 25 Red Cross 15 Homeroom Represen- tative I. FIELD, RHONDA: Terpsichoros 45 Pirou- ettes 35 Girls' League I,4. FIGUEROA, CARLOS: Football I,2,3,45 Baseball I,2,35 Homeroom Repre- sentative 2,45 Letterman 2,3,4. FISHER, CECILIA: COE 45 GAA 3. FLORES, CATALINO: Football I,2,3,45 Baseball I,2,35 Letterman 3,4. FLORES, MARGARITA: Red Cross Repre- sentative 35 Cervantes Club 35 COE 4. FRANKLIN, JANICE MARIE: GAA 15 Pirouettes 3. FREGOS0, JOE: Track 25 Homeroom Representative 2. FREIGHTMAN, THOMAS: Football 15 Red Cross 25 Track 25 Homeroom Representative I. FRY, BARBARA: Tennis 15 French Club 15 Spanish Club 45 Aquamaids 3,45 Girls' League 3,4. G GALLAHUE, CATHY: Band 1,25 Quar- terly Salesman 3,45 Red Cross 45 Junior Cabinet5 Senior Cabinet5 Ju- nior Justice5 DECA 3,45 Girls' League 3,4. GALLEGO, MARIA: GAA 15 Songleader 45 Quarterly Salesman 45 Homeroom Representative 45 Junior Councilman5 Junior Cabinet5 Junior Guard5 Girls' League I,2,3,4. GALLEGOS, VIDA ANN: COE 4. GALVEZ, JOE: Tucsonian Photographer 3,45 Quarterly Salesman 45 Red Cross Representative 25 Junior Guard5 Bad- ger Camera Clickers 3,4. GANDARA, IRENE: Tennis I. GASSAN, SANDY: Red Cross 45 FHA 3,4. GEE, LEONARD: Orchestra I,2,3,45 Na- tional Honor Society 3,45 Pinnacle 25 Bi-Chem-Phy 3,45 Junior Classical League 3,45 International Club 45 Youth Power Conference 3. GEE, RICHARD: Chronicle Photo-Editor 35 Tucsonian Photo-Editor 45 Quarter- ly 25 Homeroom Representative 25 Junior Guard5 Badger Camera Click- ers 2,3,4. To the class of 1968, the Senior Pin held significant meanings. Most of all, it symbolized the arrival ofa long-awaited graduation. GEKAS, PHILIP: Swimming 25 Quarter- ly Salesman 45 Band I,2. GIBSON, DEBORAH: GAA I5 Balladeers 2,3,45 Choraleers 2,3,45 Girls' Glee Club I5 Pirouettes 35 Cervantes Club 25 Gymnastics Club 1. GILCHRIESE, MURDOCK: National Hon- or Society 3,45 Pinnacle 2,3,45 Ju- noir Guard5 Bi-Chern-Phy 45 Chess Club I. GIN, TOMMY: Football 1,45 Basketball 35 Track I5 Band 15 Red Cross Coun- cil 45 Junior Guard5 Homeroom Representative 25 Junior Cabinet5 Se- nior Council 45 Bi-Chem-Phy 3,45 ln- ternational Club 25 Letterman 4. GIN, VINCENT: Orchestra I,2,35 Home- room Representative I,2,35 Junior Guard5 Bi-Chem-Phy I,2,3,45 Latin Club 35 International Club 45 Chess Club 2. GIVENS, DONALD LEE: Football I,2,3,45 Track I. GOMEZ, RITA: ICE I,2. GONZALES, JOSE: Football 2. GOODMAN, LOU: Football I,2,3,45 Wrestling I,2,35 Letterman 3. GOODMAN, SHELLEY: Quarterly Sales- man 3,45 Homeroom Representative 2. GOODMAN, WILLIAM: Football 25 Wrestling 2,35 Homeroom Represen- tative 3,45 Red Crass 35 Cervantes Club 4. GOMEZ, CARLOS: Football I5 Track 35 Cross Country 2. GOMEZ, NATALIE: GAA I5 Red Cross 15 Badger Camera Clickers 25 Home- room Representative I. GONZALES, STEVE: Football I5 Red Crass Representative 4. GONZALES, ROBERT: Swimming I,2,3,45 Proiectionist Club I. GRACE, PHYLLIS: Tucsonian Office Manager 4. GRACIA, JOANN: Tennis 3,45 Band 1,25 Red Cross 1,25 Homeroom Represen- tative 1,35 Girls' League 35 GAA 1,2,3. GRANILLO, MARGARET: Orchestra I,2. GREEN, MATTIE: Choraleers I5 Balla- deers 2,35 Orchestra I,2,35 Terpsi- choros 45 Pirouettes 35 Songleader 45 Homeroom Representative 45 Se- nior Council5 Junior Council5 FTA 45 Girls' League 2,3,45 Council 45 Tuc- sonian Queen Finalist. GUTIERREZ, MANNY: Football 15 Bas- ketball 2. H HACKE, PATRICIA: Speech 3,45 National Forensic League 45 National Honor Society 45 Homeroom Representative 1,35 Red Cross Representative 45 FTA 15 Junior Classical League 1,2,3,4i Vice-President 35 President 45 Ju- nior Cabinet5 Senior Cabinet5 Girls' League I,2,3,45 Traditions Court 2,3,45. Justice 35 Recorder 4. l HALL, oeoizos: Band s,4, orchestral 3,45 Swing Band 3,45 Lyres Club 45l Honor Band 3,45 Rifle I. HALL, MARA: Songleader 45 Girls' League 3,45 Cervantes Club I,2,3,45 Les Petits Gourmets 3,4. HANLON, CECILIA: Ben Franklin Club 4. HAYNES, JAMIE: GAA 15 Songleader 45 Pirouettes 35 Terpsichoros 45 Home- room Representative 2,45 Senior Coun- cil 45 lnterclub Council 4. HAYTON, SHAWN: Rifle 2. HEIDEL, SHARON: Band I,2,3,45 Lyres Club 45 Honor Band5 Rifle Club I,2,3,45 FTA I,2,3,4. HERNANDEZ, DIANE: Student Council I. HERNANDEZ, IRMA: Girls' League I,2,3,45 FTA 3. HERNANDEZ, YOLANDA: French Club 3. HERRAN, ANITA: DECA 1. HILL, INA: GAA 2. HILL, LORRAINE: GAA 15 Quarterly Salesman 25 Red Cross 35 Homeroom' Representative 45 FTA 45 Senior Cabi inet. HILL, MARY: GAA 45 Choraleers 1. HOLMES, JERRY: Football 1,45 Basket- ball 1,25 Baseball 2,3,45 Red Cross 25 Junior Guard 35 Senior Class Business Manager. HOOD, KATHY: Orchestra I,2,35 Home- room Representative 1,25 Girls' League I,2,3,45 Cervantes Club 3,45 Aqua Maids 3,45 Inter-club Council 3. HOWELL, ANNE: Girls' League I,2,3,45 DECA 45 Associate Justice 2. ICE, BERNICE: Quarterly 35 Photogra- pher5 Badger Camera Clickers 3,4. INIGO, MANNY: Football I,2,35 Bose ball 3,45 Homeroom Representative Il J JAGGERS, JOHANNA: Girls' League 3,45 Art Club 35 Senior Council. JAMES, ROBERT: Track I,2,3,45 Cross Country 45 Band 3,45 Lyres Club 45 Quarterly Salesman 45 Homeroom Representative 25 By-Chem-Phy 4. JAURIGUE, CATHERINE: GAA I5 Band 1,25 Choraleers I,2,3,45 Pirouettes 3,4. JIMENEZ, ROSIE: Art Club 1,25 Pep Club 2. Marching 100 members stood at attention while a judge inspected their appearances on Band Day held annually at the Universitv 1-F A-f--M JOE, DAVID: Football 1,2,45 Track l,2,3,45 Junior Guard5 Letterman 3,45 Pep Club 3. JOHNS, PAMELA: Girls' League 1,2,3,4. JOHNSTON, ROBERT: Basketball 1,25 Tucsonian Photographer 3,45 Badger Camera Clickers 3,45 Proiectionist 3, 45 Red Cross I. JURADO, MICHAEL: Basketball 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 1,25 Balladeers 3,45 Choraleers 3,45 Rodeo Club 2. K KLEINERMAN, ARNOLD: Tennis 1,25 Ju- nior Cabinet5 Homeroom Representa- tive 25 Junior Guard. KoNzEN, steve: Bend l,2,3,45 swing Band 45 Lyres Club 45 Honor Band 3,45 Chess Club I. KUEHNAST, CAROLYN: Red Cross 35 Homeroom Representative 2. Senior Activities L LARRIVA, LARRY: Wrestling 15 Swim- ming 1,2,35 Band l,2,3,45 Lyres Club 45 Red Cross 15 Homeroom Repre- sentative 1,2. LAWSON, SUSIE: Tennis 15 Red Cross 1. LEAL, ANABELLE: GAA 35 Girls' League 2. LEE, SYLVIA: GAA 1,25 Tucsonian In- dex Editor 3,45 Junior Guard5 Sopho- more Justice5 Senior Justice5 Senior Cabinet5 Pep Club 3. LESPRON, GILDA: Tennis I5 Girls' League Council 3,4. LEVIN, PHYLLIS: FTA l,2,3,45 Home- room Representative 3,4. LEVITT, MARSHA: Honor Service Society 3,4. LEW, NANCY: Choraleers 4. LEWIS, AL: Football l,2,3,45 Track l,2,3,45 Letterman 2,3,4. Tucsonian Queen Semi-finalist Elaine Aguirre and her escort Gilbert Felix flashed happy smiles as they were presented to the student body. LINAREZ, ROSA: GAA 15 Girls' League 1,2. LINKENBACH, PAT: Tucsonian 3,45 Stu- dent Life Co-editor 35 Curriculum Editor 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Red Cross Council 25 International Club 1,25 FTA 2,3,4. LOH, WING: Football 1. LOHBERG, JAY: Tucsonian Photographer 3,45 Badger Camera Clickers 2,3,45 Quarterly Photo-editor 35 Homeroom Representative 3. LOPEZ, CONNIE: Chronicle Photogra- pher 35 Tucsonian Photographer 45 Quarterly Photographer 35 Badger Camera Clickers 3,4. LOPEZ, DANNY: Gymnastics 2. LOPEZ, KATHRYN: Pirouettes 15 Girls' League 2. LOPEZ, NELLIE: GAA 15 Junior Guard. LOPEZ, ROBERT: Golf 4. LOPEZ, SANDY: GAA 15 Choraleers 35 Pirouettes 35 Sophomore Class Vice- President5 Junior Class Vice-President5 Homeroom Representative 15 Senior Council5 Junior Guard. LOREE, VERNON: Swimming l,2,3,45 Proiectionist 1. LOVITT, BRADFORD: Tennis l,2,3,45 Quarterly Salesman 15 Speech 45 Red Cross 25 Homeroom Representative 3,45 Junior Guard5 Bi-Chem-Phy 3. M MADRID, RENE: Football l,2,3,45 Base- ball 1,2,3,45 Letterman 2,3,45 Home- room Representative 4. MANCIET, MARY: GAA l,2,3,45 Gym- nastics 1,25 Badminton 3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Swing Band 3,45 Lyres Club 45 Honor Band 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Ski Club 35 Girls' League 2. MANN, LYLE: Swimming 1,3,45 Letter- man 3,45 Library Club 1. MARTIN, BETTIE: Orchestra 1,2,3,4. MARTINEZ, ARTHUR: Baseball 1. MARTINEZ, HECTOR: Football 1,25 Base- ball 1,2,3,4. MARTINEZ, JOE: Basketball 15 Track 1,25 Cross Country 2,35 Band 2,3,45 Lyres Club 45 Spanish Club 4. MARTINEZ, LYDIA: COE 4. MARTINEZ, MARGARET: GAA 1,45 Terp- sichoros 45 Pirouettes 35 Girls' League I. MARTINEZ, RALPH: Football 15 Track 1. MATAS, NATALIE: Chronicale Photog- rapher 35 Tucsonian Photographer 45 Junior Guard5 Badger Camera Click- ers 3,4. MATTSON, SONIA: Band 3,45 Orchestra 3,45 Lyres Club 45 Honor Band 3. McCASLIN, SHARON: Band l,2,3,45 Lyres Club 4. McCLUSKEY, SHARON:. Songleader 45 Terpsichoros 45 Pirouettes 35 Thespian Society 3,4. McKAIN, MIKE: Electronics Club 3. McKASSON, SARAH: Cheerleader I5 Tennis 1,2,35 Homeroom Representa- tive 3. McLAUGHLIN, LOUISE: Tusconian Girls' Sports Editor 45 Red Cross Council 3,45 French Club 1,25 International Club 15 Ski Club 35 Girls' League 2,3. MEHL, MARSHA: Balladeers 15 Choral- eers 2,3,45 Orchestra l,2,45 Swing Band 25 Red Cross 2. MIRANDA, DIANA: COE 4. MITCHELL, JACQUELINE: GAA 15 Terp- sichoros 45 Pirouettes 3. MIRANDA, FRANCES: Ben Franklin Club 3,45 President 4. MONJE, JOSEPH: Choraleers 2,35 FTA 4. MONTIEI., FERMIN: Football I5 Track 15 Homeroom Representative 1. MOORE, ART: Football l,2,3,45 Wres- tling 2,3,45 Letterman 3,4. MOOS, RICHARD: Basketball I5 Ten- nis 1,2,3,45 Pinnacle 35 Junior Guard5 Homeroom Representative 25 Consti- tution Revision Committee 25 Bi-Chem- Phy 2,35 Ski Club 35 Letterman 3,45 DECA 3. MORALES, CONNIE: Homeroom Repre- sentative 25 Freshman Councilman5 Sophomore Councilman5 Junior Coun- cilman5 Junior Guard. MORAJI, CARLOS: Track 25 Cross Coun- try . MORGAN, JERRY: Football 1,45 Base- ball l,2,35 Homeroom Representative 1,4. MOTZKIN, GREGORY: Track 1,2,35 Cross Country 2,3,45 Stage Hands 35 Letterman 3,45 DECA 3,45 Proiection- ists Club l,2. MUNGARAY, MARIE: Red Cross 25 Homeroom Representative 1,25 Library Club Vice-President 2. N NEAVITT, JIM: Tennis l,2,3,45 Quarterly Salesman 15 Junior Guard5 Bi-Chem- Phy 1,2,45 Chess Club 1,25 Chief Justice NELSON, JUNE: GAA 15 Balladeers 1,25 Choraleers 2,3,45 Girls' League l,2. NICHOLS, LARRY: Tennis 15 Badger In- vestment Club 3,45 Bi-Chem-Phy 4. NIEBLAS, MARGARITA: ICE 3,4. NIEIQSEN, Juov. ics 4, cms' League 1, . NomssA, tennv: Pep Club 3. O OCHOA, RALPH: Football 2. OROSCO, FRANK: Football I5 Basket- ball 1,25 Wrestling 15 Baseball 1,2,35 DECA 4. OROZCO, NORMA: Red Cross 15 Junior Guard. ORTIZ, CLARA: Terpsichoros 35 Pirou- ettes 35 Homeroom Representative 15 Red Cross 3. P PADILLA, LINDA: GAA I5 Cheerleader 1,25 Songleader 35 Quarterly Sales- man 35 Red Cross 25 Senior Council- man 45 Homeroom Representative 25 Tusconian Queen finalist. PAEZ, LUCINA: Terpsichoros 2. PAEZ, RAYMOND: Football 1. PAREDES, ANNA: Songleader 45 Girls' League Council 3,45 Art Club 25 Quarterly Art Staff l,2,3,45 Terp- sichoros 45 National Honor Society 3,45 International Club 25 Junior Cab- inet5 Junior Guard5 Homeroom Rep- resentative 4. PATON, NANCY: Balladeers 2,3,45 Choraleers 2,3,45 Girls' Glee Club 1. PATTISON, MARYLKA: Ski Club 3,45 Pinnacle 3. PAUL, RONNY: Tennis 1,25 Chronicle 3,45 Editorial Board 35 Editor 45 Speech 2,3,45 National Forensic League 2,3,45 Treasurer 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Pinnacle 2,3,45 Junior Guard: Senior Cabinet: Boys' State AIternate5 AFS Committee Chairman 2,3,45 Anytown 3. PEABODY, SNOW: Gymnastics l,2,3,45 Speech 45 Red Cross 1,25 Freshman Class Vice-President5 Junior Cabinet5 Senior Cabinet5 Homeroom Represen- tative 1,25 Youth Senate5 Student Body Vice-President5 Director of "The End of the World" 3,4. PEARSON, LARRY: Gymnastics l,2,3,45 Letterman 2,3,4. PERCIVAL, CYNTHIA: Aqua-Maids 35 Girls' League 3,4. PEREZ, BERTHA: GAA 1,2,35 Homeroom Representative 1,25 DECA 35 COE 4. PEREZ, DIANA: GAA l,2,3,45 Red Cross 35 Council 45 Girls' League 1. PESQUEIRA, MARTHA: GAA 15 Terpsi- choros 4. PEYRON, SUSAN: Tennis 15 Pirouettes 35 Thespian Society 3,45 Red Cross 3. PETERMAN, NANCY: GAA I5 Bi-Chem- Phy 3,4. POLANCO, SALVADOR: Junior Guard. POMPA, LINDA: Quarterly Salesman 2,45 Junior Cabinet5 Girls' League 2. Q QUEVEDO, DIANE: Songleaders 45 Terpsichoros 45 Pirouettes 35 Sopho- more Councilman5 Junior Councilman5 Senior Councilman5 Senior Cabinet5 Junior Cabinet5 Girls' League 1,45 Homeroom Representative l. QUINTANA, ANTHONY: Football 15 Track 15 Wrestling 4. QUIROZ, ANGIE: Junior Guard5 Girls' League l,2. QUIROZ, LIZ: GAA I5 Songleaders 45 Terpsichoros 45 Pirouettes 35 Red Cross 25 FTA 2,3,45 International Club 2,35 Art Club 1,25 Girls' League Council 3,45 Homeroom Representa- tive 25 Junior Cabinet5 Senior Cabinet. R RAMIREZ, ANA: Orchestra 1,2,3,4. RAY, JOHN: Track 35 Wrestling 2,3,4. REDMOND, BETTY JEAN: GAA 1. REECE, BETZ: Quarterly Salesman 35 Pirouettes 35 Terpsichoros 45 Girls' League i,2,45 Homeroom Representa- tive 25 Red Cross 2. REMILY, KAY: GAA 15 Twirler l,2,3,45 Head 45 Tennis 15 Quarterly Salesman 4: Girls' League l,2,3,4. RHODEOS, BELINDA: Junior Cabinet5 Junior Guard. RICHARDS, KAREN: Songleader 3,45 Tennis 15 Tucsonian 3,45 Activities As- sistant Editor 35 Activities Editor 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Red Cross 25 Junior Guard 35 Cervantes 1,25 International Club 2,3,45 Vice- President 35 Girls' League Council 45 Homeroom Representative 35 Consti- nmol: Revision Committee 25 Model RIESGO, GEORGE: Baseball 1,25 Golf 3,4. RINTALA, TOM: National Honor Society 3,45 Bi-Chem-Phy 3,45 Badger Invest- ment Club 3,4. RODA, ROSEANNE: Tennis 15 Red Cross 35 Girls' League Council 3,45 Red Cross 35 Senior Cabinet5 Inter- national Club 35 DECA 3,45 Vice- President 35 FTA 3. Ronmeuez, RAY: Football l,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,4. Senior Activities "Sorry buddy, but you've got to take off your shoes to get into the Sok Hop! There's no two ways about it." explained Letterman Bill Boots. RODRIGUEZ, RICHARD: Band 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 3,45 Lyres Club 4. RODGERS, RITA: GAA 1,2. ROMERO, DANNY: Golf 1,2,3,45 Letter- man 3,45 Junior Classical League 3,4. ROMERO, FERNANDO: Wrestling 1,25 Gymnastics 3,4. ROMERO, RONNIE: Football 15 Baseball 15 Wrestling 15 Quarterly Salesman 45 ICE 3,45 VICA 3,45 President 4. ROSALES, MARYLOU: Pirouettes 35 Girls' League 1,2,3. ROSS, ARTHUR: Tennis 25 Choraleers 15 Chess Club 1,25 Electronics Club 1,2,3, 4. ROSS, DALE: Football 1,2,35 Track 1,2,35 Baseball 2,3. RUIZ, MIKE: Gymnastics 15 Swimming 1. RUIZ, RICHARD: Band 3,4. RUSSELL, JOAN: Thespian Society 4. S SADLOUSKOS, ROSEMARY: FTA 4. SALAS, ALFRED: Basketball 1,25 Track 15 Wrestling 25 Homeroom Repre- sentative 4. SALgl?O, ALEX: Football 15 Wrestling 1, , ,4. SAMANIEGO, HENRY: DECA 4. SANCHEZ, LILIANA: Tennis 1,2,3,45 Band 1,25 Sophomore Class Secre- tary5 Junior Class Secretary5 Senior Class Secretary5 Homeroom Represen- tative 1,25 Girls' League 3,45 Bi- Chem-Phy 3. SCHMITZ, JOHN: Track 15 Cross Coun- try 1,25 National Honor Society 3,4. SEBALLOS, PAULINE: GAA 1,2,3,45 Quarterly Salesman 45 Terpsichoros 45 Cervantes 3,45 Junior Council: Ju- nior Guard5 Senior Council. SEBRING, KENT: Football 1,2,3,45 Base- ball 1,2,3,45 Letterman 3,45 President 45 Senior Councilman5 Boys' State 35 Homeroom Representative 1,25 Model UN. SELBY, ROBERT: Tennis 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Pinnacle 1,2,35 Ski Club 3,45 Badger Investment Club 3. SENTER, VICKI: Aqua-Maids 35 Red Cross Council 2,3,45 Junior Guard5 Homeroom Representative 1,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Swing Band 3,45 Lyres Club 45 Honor Band 2,3,4. SHELAR, NATALIE: Balladeers 3,45 Choraleers 35 Quarterly Art Staff 3,45 Editor 45 Pinnacle 45 Homeroom Representative 45 Junior Cabinet: Red Cross 45 Senior Council. SHENKAROW, NANCY: Songleader 3,45 National Forensic League 2,3,45 Speech 2,3,45 Red Cross 15 Junior Guard5 Girls' League Council 2,3,45 Secretary 4. SHOUMAKER, MARGARET: Speech 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Bi-Chem- Phy 4. SILVAS, WALTER: Baseball 25 Band 1,2,3. SIMONS, RANDY: Gymnastics 2,3,45 Chronicle 45 Pinnacle 15 Junior Class- ical League 1,2,35 FTA 2,3. SMALL, MARY ANN: Pirouettes 15 Girls' League 1,2,3. SMITH, DONALD: Football 1,3,45 Base- ball 2,3,45 Gymnastics 1. SMITH, HAZEL: GAA 2,35 Red Cross 35 Girls' League 3,4. SOTO, ALBERT: Football 1,25 Track 1,25 Band 1,2. STEIN, LINDA: Pirouettes 35 Terpsi- choros 45 Homeroom Representative 1,2. STEINHOFF, MICHAEL: Proiectionists Club 15 Chess Club 2,35 Secretary 35 Bi-Chem-Phy 3,45 Treasurer 45 Bad- ger lnvestment Club 3,4. STENSION, JANICE: Band 1,25 Terpsi- choros 45 Pirouettes 1,35 Girls' League 1. STEVENSON, RICHARD: Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,45 Wrestling 1,2,3,45 Let- terman 3,4. STONE, WAYNE: Football 1,45 Baseball 2,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 3,45 Swing Band 3,45 Lyres Club Presi- dent 45 Honor Band 3,45 Junior Guard. STOPA, LINDA: Tennis 1. STRANG, BILL: Football 35 Homeroom Representative 3. T TANG, EUGENE: Football 1,2,45 Track 1,35 Homeroom Representative 3,45 DECA 45 Letterman 4. TAPIA, BERNIE: Wrestling 1,2,3,4. TELLEZ, RON: Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,35 Homeroom Representative 25 Red Cross 15 Letterman 3,4. TERAN, DORA: Pep Club 35 French Club 4. TERRY, VIVIAN: Pirouettes 15 Home- room Representative 25 Girls' League 1. THOMAS, DOROTHY: Balladeers 1,2,3,4. THORNE, EVALYN: GAA 45 Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Choraleers 1,2. TODOLI, GIANNA: Red Cross Council 45 American Field Service Student 4. TOM, BELLE: Tucsonian Office Mana- ger 3,45 Speech 3,45 National Forensic League 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Pinnacle 1,25 Red Cross Council 45 Senior Cabinet5 Cervantes Club 2,3,45 Secretary 35 President 45 Sen- ate Youth 45 Model UN 45 Girls' State 35 Homeroom Representative 35 Con- stitution Revision Committee 35 Stu- dent Body Corresponding Secretary 45 Bi-Chem-Phy 2,3,45 Secretary 3,45 Inter-Club Council 4. TOVAR, TONY: Tennis 15 Drum Maior 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Honor Band 3,45 Orchestra 3,45 Lyres Club 45 Red Cross 45 Junior Guard5 Cervantes Club 2,3,45 Treasurer 35 Vice-President 4. TREGO, JIM: Football 15 Golf 45 Lyres 45 Band 4. TRUJILLO, DIANA: Songleader 45 Terp- sichoros 45 Pirouettes 35 Cervantes Club 45 Girls' League 35 Homeroom Representative 1,3,45 Junior Guard. TURNER, CAROLYN: Band 1,2,3,45 Lyres Club 45 Orchestra 45 Pirouettes 15 Terpsichoros 4. V VALDEZ, ALEX: Football 15 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,2,35 Wrestling 15 Cross Country 15 DECA 45 Vice-Pres- ident 4. VALDEZ, ELIZABETH: FTA 3. VALDEZ, IDA: Homeroom Representa- tive 2. VALENZUELA, GLORIA: GAA 15 Cheer- leader 45 Songleader 35 Chronicle 3,45 Editorial 35 Feature Editor 45 Pirou- ettes 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Girls' League Council 2,3,45 Home- room Representative 45 Senior Coun- cil 45 Art Club 25 Treasurer 2. VALENZUELA, OLIVIA: Quarterly Sales- man 1,25 Red Cross 1,45 Homeroom Representative 1,25 Girls' League 1,2. VANCE, VICKI: Cheerleader 1,2,45 Song- leader 35 Tucsonian 3,45 Assistant Opening Editor 35 Opening Editor 45 National Forensic League 25 Speech 25 National Honor Society 3,45 Pin- nacle 2,3,45 Red Cross 2,35 Junior Guard5 Girls' League Council 2,3,45 Girls' State 35 Homeroom Representa- tive 2,45 Freshman Councilman5 Tuc- sonian Queen finalist. VAN LEEUWEN, WALTER: Chess Club 4. VASQUEZ, FRANK: Football 15 Wrestling 35 Swimming 15 Band 1,2,3,45 Or- chestra 45 Lyres Club 45 Vice-Presi- dent 45 Honor Band 3,45 Junior Guard5 Electronics Club 1. VEJAR, GLORIA: Homeroom Represen- tative 1,35 Senior Class Council. VERDUGO, SUSIE: Chronicle Photog- rapher 45 Quarterly Photographer 35 Badger Camera Clickers 3,4. VILLA, JERRY: Basketball 25 Tucsonian Photography Coordinator 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Pinnacle 2,3. VILLEGAS, DIANA: Homeroom Repre- sentative 15 Girls' League 4. W WEBB, SAMUEL: Football 1,2,3,45 Track 25 Band 1. WEINER, LIZ: Chronicle Editorial Staff 45 Photographer Coordinator 45 Ten- nis 15 Speech 2,3,45 National Foren- sic League 3,45 Inter-Club Council Representative 45 Red Cross 2,3,45 Vice-President 45 Junior Guard5 Model UN Delegate 45 Bi-Chem-Phy 1,25 Cervantes Club 1,25 Golf Club 25 Badger Investment Club 3,45 Secre- tary 4. WEISZ, DAN: Gymnastics 15 Tucsonian 45 Assistant Opening Editar5 Nation- al Honor Society 3,45 Junior Guard5 Bi-Chem-Phy 3,45 Vice-President 45 Investment Club 3,45 President 45 Senior Class Council. WILDER, JOSEPH: Tennis 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Lyres Club 45 Honor Band 3,45 Quarterly 3,45 Salesman 35 Sports Editor 3,45 Pin- nacle 35 Red Cross 45 Anytown 3. WONG, JEANNE: Red Cross 4. WOOD, ALAN: Rifle 15 Quarterly 3,45 Assistant Editor 35 Co-Editor 45 Speech 45 Bi-Chem-Phy 3,45 Tradi- tions Court 4. WORKMAN, MELANIE: Pep Club 35 Girls' League 1,2,3. Y YANEZ, DANISE: Quarterly Salesman 45 Homeroom Representative 45 Ar Club 35 Spanish Club 3,45 Interna- tional Club 35 Girls' League 15 Latin Club 3. YRIBE, ART: Red Cross 2. Z ZARATE, JESUS: Tennis 15 Band 1,25 Red Cross 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Repre- sentative 1,25 DECA 3,4. ZAZUETA, JOSIE: Junior Guard. ZEPEDA, MANNY: Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2. ZIMMERMAN, MARC: Football 25 Wres- tling 2,35 Band 1,2,35 Orchestra 2,35 Speech 3,45 National Forensic League 3,45 Red Cross 1,25 Boys' State5 Model UN5 Senate Youth5 Junior Class Pesi- dent5 Senior Class President5 French Club 3. Bacon, Eva: 123,230 Abasta Abasta A , Linda: 230 , Ralph: 198 Abbott, Bob: 198 Abeyta, Joe: 181 Student Index Alvarez, Eva: 181 Alvarez, Joann: 181 Alvarez, Juanita: 125,181 Alvarez, Larry: 154,198 Alvarez, Patsy: 181 Alvarez, Richard: 181 Alvarez, Tony: 198 Alvarez, William: 216 Alvidrez, Barbara: 230 Alvidrez, Miss Gloria: 33 Amado, Yolanda: 216 Amador, Susie: 198 Aboud, Jean: 166,169,198 Aboud, Paula: 46,56,6O,166,169,230,240 Abril, Eileen: 198 Acedo, Oscar: 216 Acedo, Ray: 181 Acedo, Rosario: 181 Acedo, Sally: 181 Acevedo, Hortencia: 181 Aceved Aceved Acosta, Acosta, Acuna, o, Mario: 216 o, Yolanda: 230 Mr. Art: 29,137,154 Denise: 198 Al: 128,136,198 Amaro, Vincent: 155,181 Anaya, Margaret: 181 BASEBALL, VARSITY: 152 Andaloro, 204 Joseph: 104,125,128,157,198, Anderson, Mr. Curtiss: 16 Anderson, Mr. Donald: 27,137,144,146, 148 Anderson, Henry: 115,132,135,146,230 Anderson, Jack: 216 Anderson, Jane: 181 Anderson, Victor: 136,148,198 Andrade, Diane: 59,104,198 Aguilar, Mr. Adalberto: 37 Angulo, Monica: 198 1 Y 7 f Balcomb, Barry: 216 Acuna, George: 116,230 Acuna, Steve: 30,216 Adams, John: 198 Adkins, Mr. Ray: 41,152 Aegerter, Chuck: 198 Aguiar, Henry: 181 Aguiar, Jesus: 230 Aguilar, Candy: 198 Aguilar, Ceasar: 216 Aguilar, Eloisa: 181 Aguilar, Mike: 136,148,198 Aguilar, Rachel: 181 Aguilar, Rosa: 198 Aguilar, Yolanda: 181 Aguirre, Edmont: 155 Aguirre, Elaine: 66,68,82,174,230,251 Aguirre, Robert: 216 Akins, William: 149 Alameda, Asucena: 198 Alameda, Marianne: 216 Alcaraz, Sally: 230 Alday, Evangelina: 216 Alday, Evelyn: 216 Alday, Patsy: 216 Andrade, Henry: 156,198 Andrews, Greg: 136,148,198 Ankenbar, Miles: 198 Antonick, Carol: 53,6O,68,73,75,114,23O ANYTOWN: 57 Apperson, Debbie: 230 AQUA-MAIDS: 168 Ashley, Danny: 230 ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS: 15 Atkielski, John: 230 Aubrey, David: 230 Augusta, Debbie: 198 Augusto, Judy: 216 Austin, Kathy: 123,216 Austin, Mr. Wallace: 22 Avalos, Manuel: 128,198 Avenetti, Antoinette: 123,216 Avila, Ida: 181 Avila, Joe: 198 Avila, Maria: 230 Avilez, Adam: 216 Ayon, Angel: 216 B Baca, Dessie: 181 Baclgman, Cynthia: 58,113,125,128,172, 2 0 Bacon, Larry: 136,154,198 Bacson, Glenda: 216 BADGER BAR: 117 BADGER CAMERA CLICKERS: 101 Badilla, Arthur: 181 Badilla, Maria E.: 198 Badilla, Maria J.: 198 Badilla, Maria L.: 216 Badilla, Olga: 181 Baggett, Merle: 216 Barnes, Darrell: 198 Barnes, Jacque: 216,222 Barnes, James: 181 Barnes, Kathy: 181 Barnes, Lonnie: 136,148,198 Barnes, Myra: 216 Barnes, Robert: 198 Baron, Richard: 198 Barr, Jim: 6O,72,94,23O,240 Barraza, Carmen: 216 Barraza, Yolanda: 198 Barredo, Cecelia: 198 Barrett, Carol: 79,174,175,231 Barrett, David: 198 Barrios, Evelyn: 231 Barrios, Mary Ann: 198 Barrow, Ysidro: 181 Bartlett, John: 216 Bartlett, Lorraine: 181 Barton, Cheryl: 198 Barton, Lucianna: 231 BASEBALL, FRESHMAN: 155 BASEBALL, JUNIOR VARSITY: 154 Baskerville, William: 181 BASKETBALL, FRESHMEN: 143 BASKETBALL, JUNIOR VARSITY. 142 Aquino, Beatrice: 128,230 Aragon, Gus: 161,216 Arandules, Lydia: 198 Archuleta, Ray: 136,198 Arellano, Hector: 181 Arenas, Domingo: 115,230 Arenas, Rudy: 230 Ares, Amy: 47,124,181 Ares, Marna: 50,172,173,230 Armenta, Irene: 123,174,216 Armenta, John: 181 Armenta, Jose: 137 Bailey, Ann: 216 Bailey, Jack: 3O,54,60,96,230 Bailey Pat: 135,216 Bailey, Mr. Ralph: 29,135,155 Baker, Beryl: 78,125,128,230 Baker, Bill: 181 Baker, Johnny: 181 Baker L nn 128198 Bales, Barbara: 181 Balint, Mike: 181 Balkow, Harold: 103,230 BASKETBALL, VARSITY: 139 Bastin, Marcia: 50,68,2I6 Bates, Russell: 216 Battershall, Danny: 216 Bauersachs, Mrs. Lynda: 43 Baumea, Felipa: 231 Baumea, lsadora: 216 Baumeister, Richard: 158,216 Bazzetta, Mr. George: 29,57 Bear, Alice: 198 Bear, David: 28,60,108,231 Beatty, David: 125,128,216 Beavers, Jamie: 216 Bede, Debbie: 216 Beddy, Linda: 231 Bedoya, Alex: 231 Bedoya, Carlos: 198 Alderete, Dorothy: 198 -- . B 11, Ken: 115,13a,139,141,2i6 B d 1 , 151 Negrioa Gilberlt68136,154,198 Qfmg' E2Qe'1,,,f1f, 181 Bgggfefos, Anna: 60,68,72,74,111,176, Bidfflgj ,1112',?Ue1, 162,163,231 ew: 'UW A ' D- 110 ,1a B ,M .E'i :1a,29 Alford' lynn: 1231216 AFZZKSEZ' Nl5'l?n. :fi 1 Boliesfefos, David: 198 BZfJZno,Uiib.-53181 Allm' Joe: 216 Aros Alex- 216 1 59119519705 Eve: 166,230 Belcher Lovey: 198 Alito, Renee! 131 ' 'll.. 3 Ballesteros George: 181 5911511151-' gimom 131 H A1 1 2.16 Aros, Bi . 136,19 , A en, Y 9110: Aros, Gene, 112,116,216 Ballesteros, Grace: 125,181 Ben, Donny, 123,231 All900d, I-lndf-12 230 Arreolc Bob, 131 Ballesteros, Londo: 230 Bell, Lindo, 181 A11good,JMarYf A"'1G901 CQ,-105, 137,149,181 Ballesteros, Olixqia: 230 13611, nwmqs, 131 Alnhsgdlfz ?2iZ?::.:- :ai A"1'19f",Q"C"C2,"1 216 Eilliiliiii' SSSJ 111: Eel" E'e'5.G0'i 'E5149181 - 1 1 2 tr , ex: , , 112222: Ss5"231?"f2'6 ?'55f:551:f99: 5:1i::::0::i:s:::'Z20 Bihfiif :Gmc CLUB ,OS . ' , 1 Arvizu, Art: 156,198 I 1 BEN FRA N R I1l7d1:y1f881 Afvfzu John: 18' EQ.C,'5U1??w.. 181 Be'lF"'ldeZ' EWG: 216 Altamirano, Nellie: 181 Afvlw l"lY: 1O5'198 Barayi Mercy: 216 Benlfez' Barbara: 181 Altamirano, Susan: 181 Arvizu, Tony: 181 Bmbuml John: 230 Benitez, Bertha: 198 Altic, Cario: 216 Arzate, Carlos: 112,230 Barbeoi Roger: 181 Benitez, wenej: E31 31 Alvarado, Norma: 198 Ashburn, Linda: 198 Bqrclqyl Mr. Rgberfg 37 Bennett, r. o n: Alvarez, Danny: 136,198 Ashby, Patt: 216 Bargas, Jimmy: 181 BSHUCT1, P01111 47,177,198 Alvarez, D0mlI'19O2 157,216 Asher, Fritz: 216 Barnes, Ann: 216 Bennett, Terry: 164,165,216 Mixed emotions were expressed on the faces of e sters as the awaited played tennis for six weeks. Then during the last six weeks of the year the P P Y the outcome of their lost performance. After turning in uniforms, the girls class presented a miniature Olympics in gymnastics. Burr, Bro Brueser, Poul: 182 Brumfield, Vicki: 231 Bruno, Edith: 216 Bruno, H ilda: 231 Bryan, Rick: 157,216 Buckley, Louonn: 182 Budow, Gayle: 216 Buehman ,Mr Philip: 29 Burges, Minnette: 97,231 Burges, Tom: 182 Burk, Marie: 216 Burk, Roswell: 182 d: 159,199 Castro, Carlos: 101,232 Castro, Carmen: 199 Castro, James: 183 Castro, Jenny: 217 Castro, Leonard: 199 Castro, Linda: 180,183 Castro, Louie: 232 Castro, Margie: 183 Castro, Mercy: 172,174,232 Castro, Ralph: 137,149,183 Castro, Richard: 232 Castro Sylvia: 199 Coulkihs, corn: 217 Burr, Woody: 231 Burris, Cindy: 182 Burris, Evelyn: 123,231 Burris, Walt: 123,216 Burruel, Odelia: 199 Bush, Tom: 182 Bushman, Gloria: 216 Bustamante, Arthur: 231 Bustamante, Elias: 58,115,1-46,156,217 Bustamante, Maria: 199 Butler, Linda: 199 Buxton, Brad: 217 Buxton, Rikki: 231 C Cavazos, Lilly: 217 Cawker, Celestine: 183 Cawley, Mr, Dennis: 19,25 27 Cebreros, Cris: 199 Cebreros, Maria: 183 Celaya, Josephine: 183 Cephus, William: 199 CERVANTES CLUB: 105 Cervantes, Arturo: 232 Cervantes, Evelyn: 232 Chacon, Adeline: 217 Chacon, Jerry: 24,199 Chamberlain, Sandra: 199 Chambers, Lamont: 183 Chan, Doris: 183 Colbert, Bracam Carrosco,' Anna: 103,232 Teachers and students asked pressing questions backstage of Congressman Morris K. Udall after he spoke on important issues at a Senior Forum. Bent, Carlos: 181 Bent, Ernestine: 181 Bent, Victor: 181 Beren, Robert: 128,216,222 Berquist, Katheriane: 65,123,216 Berquist, Wayne: 181 Bergsneider, Peter: 181 Berkowitz, Hannah: 6O,98,172,173,231 Berkowitz, Isaac: 216 Berkowitz, Naomi: 56,177,198 Bermudez, Mary Helen: 231 Bernal, Armando: 128,231 Bernal, Arsenio: 65,103,216 Bernal, Beatrice: 198 Bernal, Patsy: 216 Bernstein, Anita: 96,111,216 Bernstein, David: 181 Berrellez, Bill: 156,181 Bertie, Berry: 146,231 Bess, Sandra: 181 Bl-CHEM-PHY: 108 Bird, Mr. Cecil: 31 Birenbaum, Sheila: 198 Bitterlie, Tom: 198 Biorlie, Mr. Louritz: 34 Blackburn, Diann: 124,198 Blackburn, Rocky: 216 Blanc, Corrie: 216 Bland, Andy: 150,152,231 Bland, Sally: 115,198 Blesse, Kent: 216 Bliss, Mary Beth: 56,59,106,111,172,198 Bliss, Nano: 52,106,107,110,111,172,231 Blitzer, Mimi: 59,104,198 Block, Melody: 125,168,181 Bloom, Terry: 47,181 Blumberg, Alan: 198 Bock, Erich: 115,164,165,231 Boltares, Christine: 110,181 Boltares, Janet: 110,181 Bonillas, Carmen: 231 Bonillas, Connie: 181 Bonillas, Fernando: 161,216 Bonillas, Pete: 198 Boode, Rhoda: 231 Booker, Johnny: 198 Booker, Robert: 181 Booth, David: 181 Boots, Bill: 123,161,231,252 Boots, Kathryn: 181 Borboa, Bobby: 49,154,198 Bornstein, Abe: 156,181 Bornstein, Miriam: 105,198 Borozon, Mr. Mike: 29 Borquez, Mike: 181 Borquez, Ray: 198 Bose, Terry: 181 Boudreaux, William: 181 Boughton, Barbara: 182 Boughton, Theresa: 105,106,112,198 Bauler, Rubye: 106,124,198 Bowerman, Vicki: 105,198 Bowers, Mrs. Helen: 43 Boyd, Marilyn: 198 Boyd, Potty: 216 Boyd, Ronald: 198 Boyer, Darryl: 182 Boyer, Robert: 231 BOYS' STATE: 57 Caamano, Adriana: 217 Caballero, Carlos: 217 Caballero, Conrad: 182 Caballero, Gilbert: 137,182 CACTUS CHRONICLE: 96 Cady, Abby: 49,137,143,155,182 Cody, Danny: 182 Cody, Dennis: 182 Cody, Dickie: 134,146,217 Cady, Frank: 182 Cain, Charles: 182 Cain, Calderon Calderon Camacho Lori: 168,183 , Barbara: 232 , Richard: 183 , Angelo: 232 Camacho, Belen: 199 Camacho, David: 137,149,183 Camacho, Jerry: 199 Camacho, Jimmy: 123,149,156,183 Camacho, Joann: 232 Camacho, Maria: 217 Camacho, Mary: 217 Camacho, Virginia: 183 Camacho, Yolanda: 232 Camargo Frances: 232 Campos, Campos, Com o 'R0:im: 113,199 Armando: 136,199 Frank: 183 D Y, Campoy, S lvia 232 Canada Conett, Conett, E Canez, A 'E Y I Victoria: 183 dno: 199 dword: 217 my: 199 Canez, Jesse: 217 Canez, Lupe: 123,183 Canez, Rachel: 183 Canfield, Canfield, Kathy: 183 Marsha: 183 Canfield, Richard: 136,199 Cantrell, David: 183 Cantrell, Liz: 128,199 Capone, Ernest: 217 Capone, Ronald: 183 Carano, Loretto: 217 Chandler, Dan: 146,233 Chapple, Edmond: 183 Charles, Mike: 49,217 Chavorrio, Alex: 233 Chovarria, Juan: 183 Bill- 217 Chavez, Chavez, Diahna: 217 Chavez, Evelina: 166 Chavez, Henry: 156,199 Chavez, Manny: 233 Chavez, Mary: 183 Chavez, Ralph: 183 Chavez Roy: 154,199 Chavez: Roy: 199 CHEERLEADERS: 176 CHESS CLUB: 108 Chioffino, Frances: 217 Chidester, Mr. Otis: 37 Childress, Johnny: 217 Chin, Iris: 199 Chin, William: 233 Chinnock, Judy: 107,217 CHORALEERS: 123 Christopher, Barbara: 183 Christopher, Kelly: 136,148,162,199 Christopherson, Linda: 199 Christopherson, Marty: 183 Cione, Steffan: 91,233 Cirillo, Diane: 176,217 Cisneros, George: 183 Carballo, Connie: 199 Cardi, Ray: 199 Cordon, Beth: 217 Corley, Fred: 183 Carlon, Ramiro: 183 Carlson, Annette: 172,232 Carlson, Vic: 183 Carmack, Linda: 183 Carmony, Mr. Paul: 33 Clark, Anna Marie: 112,233 Clark, David: 143,155,183 Clark, Debbie: 199 Clark, Mrs. Katie: 42 Clark, Mike: 115,134,233 Clark, Shirley: 233 Clark, Miss Sue: 41,166 Clark, Tommy: 137,155,183 Claussen, Mark: 183 Clement, Wallace: 183 Click, Debbie: 217 O . Click, J Clifton, Clinton, Clinton, Clapton, Clough, Cluff, Jo hn. 137,183 Sandy: 217 Rita: 199 Mr. Ron: 26,27,162,163 Debbie: 96,172,217 Carolyn: 183 Ann: 217 Cocio, Ernest: 217 Cocio, Ji Cocio, N m: 233 atalia: 233 Cocio, Rosie: 183 Cocio, Ruth: 199 Dione: 183 onte, Irene: 125,198 Bracamonte, Jesus: 137,182 Bradley, Sid: 137,182 Brady, Tina: 49,182 Branson, Jerry: 182 Bravo, Carolyn: 182 Bravo, Olivia: 231 Breckenridge, Bob: 231 Breckenridge, Steve: 198 Breiman, Robert: 182 Brevick, Norma: 50,216 Brewer, Roxie: 216 Brichta, Jenny: 182 Briggs, Jim: 137,182 Briggs, Timothy: 182 Brinegar, Mrs. Lorette: 17 Brito, Dolores: 182 Brito, John: 216 Brito, Ralph: 182 Bromberg, David: 128 Bromberg, Ellen: 198 Bronson, Richard: 109,182 Brooks, Carl: 231 Brooks, Janet: 199 Brooks, Mr. John: 29 Brophy, Dan: 115,158,159,216,218 Brophy, Steve: 50,56,6O,111,158,159, 228,231 Broussard, Phyllis: 106,123,216 Broussard, Rene: 137,149,182 Brown, Beverly: 199 Brown, Debbie: 123,216 Brown, Edward: 216 Brown, Ernestine: 231 Brown, Jeff: 94,105,110,231 Brown, Joe: 199 Brown, Johnnie: 216 Brown, Larry: 199 Brown, Layne: 182 Brown, Marty: 182 Brown, Mercy: 231 Brown, Patricia: 199 Brown, Robert: 182 Brown Vicki: 182 , Broyles, Mrs. Gladys: 43 Carpio, Doris: 217 Carr, Mr. Richard: 41 Corronzo, Delia: 128,199 Corranzo Norma: 183 Carrosco, David: 199 Carrosco, Frank: 217 Carrosco, Georgina: 232 Carrosco, Luis: 183 Carrosco, Ricardo: 112 Carrella, John: 183 Carrier, Susie: 128,232 Corrillo, Barbara: 232 Carrillo, Debbi: 199 Carrillo, Diego: 217 Corrillo, Gene: 183 Corrillo, Henry: 199 Corrillo, Lorraine: 183 Corrillo, Tony: 199 Carroll, Felix: 199 Carroll, Leno: 199 Carroll, Rosello: 183 Corswell, Mr. David: 29 Carter, Vicki: 217 Cosarez, Louis: 217 Casarez, Lupe: 217 Cosarez, Viola: 232 Casillas, Mario: 112,232 Castano, Adelina: 183 Castano, Carlos: 199 Castano, Ernesto: 217 Castano, Gloria: 217 Castano, Rebecca: 232 Castano, Stella: 199 Castillo, Cecilia: 125,167,217 Castillo, Celia: 183 Castillo, Daniel: 217 Castillo, Frank: 152,153 Castillo, Irene: 199 Castillo, Joe: 217 Castillo, John: 183 Castillo, Loraine: 183 Castillo, Castillo, Nancy: 167,199 Ramona: 199 Cole, Marcia: 183 Cole, Stanley: 142,143,183 Cole, Teresa: 58,217,222 Coleman, Betty: 183 Colflesh, Rosemary: 183 Collier, Effie: 217 Colston, Ida: 217 Colston, Patricia: 199 Coltrin, Betsy: 128,199 Coltrin, Helen: 128,183 Coltrin, Coman, Combs, Joan: 6O,125,128,233 Mrs. Barbara: 29 Duane: 49,5O,217 Comeau, Shirley: 104,183 Comeau , Tom: 233 Compton, Lyn: 183 Confer, Mr. John: 18,37,116 Conley, Brenda: 199 Conley, Eddie: 217 Contreras, Albert: 217 Contreras, Bill: 115,156,217 Contreras, Billy: 183 Contreras, Fred: 233 Contreras, Gloria: 183 Contreras, Jo Ann: 217 Contreras, Marlene: 183 Contreras, Mike: 199 Contreras, Ralph: 123,199 Contreras, Yolanda: 97,217 Cook, Mr. Charles: 41,142 Cook, David: 183 Cook, Miss Geneva: 21 Cook, Mike: 233 Cook, Richard: 233 Cooper, Mr. Thomas: 27 Coppus, George: 183 Corbett, Jamie: 218 Corbett, Paula: 199 Cordero, Jesus: 233 Cordova, Carolyn: 183 Coronado, Alex: 116,146,218 Coronado, Bill: 136,199 Coronado, Connie: 218 Corral, Barbara: 199 Corral, Joe: 218 Corral, Linda: 183 Corral, Richard: 137,155,183 Corraleio, Martin: 183 Corrales, Frank: 218 Corrales, Gilbert: 136 Corrales, Jerry: 199 Cosenza, Salvatore: 199 Costin, Debbie: 53,56,60,94,95,115,233, 240 Cota, Danny: 136,199 Cota, Elias: 218 Cato, Hector: 125,126,12B,233 Cota, Henry: 233 Cota, Inez: 233 Cota-Robles, Lenny: 136,154,199 Cotlaw, Dean: 77,102,111,115,158,159, 233 Cotlow, Terry: 128,199 Council, Kenneth: 199 COUNSELORS: 16 Cournoyer, Judy: 105,199 Couturier, Sammy: 218 Cowden, Debbie: 183 Cowden, Gregory: 81,117,118,199 Cox, Randy: 183 Craig, Ken: 135 Craig, Linda: 104,218 Craig, Mary: 199 Crain, Betty: 28,218 Crane, Alice: 60,71,82,97,102,111,233 Crane, Kathleen: 94,111,218,222 Crane, Lewis: 183 Craney, Paula: 218 Crawford, Debbie: 183 Crenshaw, Barbara: 183 Crenshaw, Clarice: 183 Crenshaw , Jesse: 218 Cronin, Candy: 218 Cretilli, Mark: 199 Cretilli, Theresa: 183 Crapper, Mrs. Ardeth: 27 CROSS COUNTRY: 156 Crow, John: 115,218 Cruson, Lavonne: 233 Cruz, Linda: 183 Curry, Carol: 199 Custenborder, Mrs. Jean: 27 Czerny, Betsy: 111,199 D Dahlen, Ann: 59,111,199 Dahlen, Robert: 183 Dalton, Teresa: 183 Damen io, vim: 123,233 Damgar, Dottie: 233 Damiani, Frank: 218 Damiani, Ralph: 233 Dancer, Carrie: 183 Danfor Danfor d, Mrs. Janette: 22 th, Elizabeth: 104,184 D Angelo, David: 218 Daniels, Patsy: 218 Delgado, Elizabeth: 219 Delgado, George: 200 Delgado, Margarita: 184 Del Villar, Jane: 104,200 Delwarte, Charles: 112,233 DeMasi, Cosimo: 233 Dembinski, Sue: 184 Denelli, Dino: 200 Dengler, Nancy: 104,200 Denning, Mr. Merle: 37 Denniston, Abigail: 184 Derengowski, Donna: 233 Derickson, Jack: 184 Derickson, Jeff: 46,47,6O,115,234 Dersam, Patricia: 105,106,125,219 De Schalit, Ronnie: 125,200 Detlefsen, Mrs. Elnor: 16 De Vries, Jouike: 184 Darnall, Lynn: 199 Darnall, Margaret: 113,123,218 Darton, Charlene: 199 Dascoli, Frank: 184 Dascoli, Jeanette: 128,199 Dascoli, Rose: 233 Davila, Cynthia: 184 Davila, Joe: 199 Davila, Mary: 218 Davila, Monte: 218 Davila, Vivian: 169,184 Dewitt, Calvin: 184 Diaz, Alice: 219 Diaz, David: 184 Diaz, Edna: 219 Diaz, Frank: 200 Diaz, Fred: 219 Diaz, Juanita: 234 Diaz, Julie: 219 Diaz, Lupe: 184 Diaz, Mike: 219 Diaz, Norma: 184 Diaz, Roy: 200 Diaz, Vivian: 200 Elenez, Elias, S Elliott, Ellis, Li Ellis, V Bonnie: 185 tephanie: 201 Carleen: 219 nda: 77,172,234 icky: 168,214,219 Ellis, Willie: 135 Ellison, Ellison, Ellison, Ellison, Debbie: 234 Devita: 125,185 Janice: 32,234 Jim: 136,201 Ellison, Juanita: 185 Elmquist, Louise: 110,185 Elzy, Ronita: 185 Emslie, Stephen: 234 Encias, Johnny: 201 Encinas, Beatrice: 185 Encinas, Carlos: 115,152,219 Encinas, Cristina: 201 Encinas, Eddie: 201 Encinas, Henry: 201 Encinas lrma: 219 Encinas, Johnny: 137,149,156,185 Engelbretson, Danny: 185 Enos, Matthew: 201 Enos, Terry: 185 Enriquez, Florence: 185 Eppley, Katherine: 105,125,185 Davis, Alice: 218 Davis, Brenda: 199 Davis, Brenda L.: 184 Davis, Celestine: 199 Davis, Connie: 105,124,199 Davis, Darral: 123,137,143,149,184 Davis, Mr. Donald: 31 Davis, Edith: 199 Davis, Ethel: 218 Davis, Joan: 218 Davis, Lourdes: 105,184 Davis, Rick: 96,102,111,233,240 Davis, Rosie: 199 Davis, Vernon: 123,134,152,153,218 Dawson, Mr. John: 31 Dawson, Mary: 218 Dayton, Robert: 199 Dean, Judy: 28,218 Di Campli, Martha: 200 Dick, Jeff: 114,125,134,219 Dietrich, Mr. Douglass: 29 Dillon, Fred: 84,139,140,141,144,234 Dillon, Kenneth: 143,184 Dillon, Sharon: 219 Dilzer, Mary: 184 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION: 113 Dobbins, Mrs. Marian: 38 Dockins, Randall: 200 Dockins, Sonia: 219 Dodds, Amy: 112,124,184 Dodds, Diane: 54,58,60,99,112,234 Dodson, Rebecca: 200 Dodson, Richard: 133,135,144,146,147, Ericson, P aula: 219 Escalante, lgnacio: 185 Escarsega, Samuel: 234 Espinosa, Albert: 135 Espinosa, Alex: 219 Espinosa, Betty: 185 Espinosa, Phil: 123,201 Espinoza, Eva: 185 Espinoza, Phiomena: 201 Cruz, Manny: 199 Cryder, Charlotte: 112,233 Cuadra, Mercy: 218 Cuen, Frank: 218 Cuesta, Alexis: 218 Cuesta, Pat: 218 Culver, Claudia: 183 Cunningham, Debbie: 183 Cunningham, Mike: 55,58,60,98,99,233 Curiel, Richard: 199 Curley, Arthur: 155,233 Dean, Tom: 134,146,218 DEANS: 17 De Boer, Tony: 200 Decker, Joe: 59,200 De Concini, Tom: 184 Deese, Dale: 200 De Hart, Susie: 111,218 De La Cruz, Ruben: 184 De La Garza, Joann: 233 De La Garza, Rene: 184 De La Ossa, Maryann: 219 De La Ossa, Tony: 200 Quieter moments gave hall monitors an opportunity to complete assignments. These students gave up their study halls to check hall passes. Esquive l, Juanita: 110,201 Estrada, Maria: 185 Estrella , Anna: 219 Estrella, Frank: 201 Estrella, Hilario: 201 Estrella, Mary: 234 Evans, Charlie: 161,219 Evans, Diane: 219 Evans, Donald: 201 Evans, Mary: 96,115,234,240 Evans, Rick: 115,158,159,219 Evans, Sonia: 105,185 Evans Susan: 201 Evenchik, Arthur: 185 EX LlBRlS: 110 Ezzo, Anthony: 185 F Fain, Cindy: 47,115,177,201 Fair, Pamela: 201 162,219 Dolores, Darlene: 184 Dombrowski, Joseph: 219 Dominguez, Angel: 219 Dominguez, Diana: 234 Dominguez, Edilia: 200 Dominguez, Gloria: 219 Dominguez, Lupe: 200 Dominguez, Nicky: 200 Dominguez, Ralph: 234 Dominguez, Robert: 234 Donald, Rickey: 184 Dorson, Bob: 46,88,99,111,115,158,159, 218,219 Doty, Cleve: 134 Douglas, Archie: 134,139,234 Douglas, Ora: 200 Douglas, Willie: 200 Douglass, Mr, Broinard: 16 Downey, Beverly: 184 Downey, Bob: 139,219 Downey, Steve: 219 Drachman, Mrs. Getchen: 25,105 Draeger, Erich: 184 Drobeck, Mike: 142,200 Draw, Dennis: 136,148,200 Faiardo, Dolores: 185 Fall, Jeff: 52,58,60,234 Farero, Brenda: 185 Farero, Curtis: 112,235 Farero, Jim: 160,161,219 Farr, Sabina: 58,108,219 Drum, Henry: 219 Duarte, Eddie: 219 Duarte, Edward: 184 Duarte, Erlinda: 219 Duarte Frank: 184 Duartei Gary: 184 Duarte Hector: 219 Duarte, Henrietta: 200 Duarte, Maria: 105,200 Duarte, Ruben: 148,156,200 Duff, Jean: 184 Fass, G eorge: 134,235 Fay, Mrs. Jean: 31 Federhor, Dave: 50,58,104,108,219 Feeley, Fegursk Fegursk POT: 111,201 y, Dwight: 185 y, Marvel: 185 Feldman, Gayle: 201 Felix, Albert: 185 Felix, Alfred: 235 Felix Gilbert: 72,115,135,235,251 Felix, Henry: 201 Felix, Maria: 235 Felix, Philbert: 185 Felix, Sylvia: 201 Fellner, Bill: 115,158,219 Fenton, Steven: 201 Ferber, Mr. Robert: 27 Ferguson, Mr. Harvey: 99 Ferguson, Leslie: 185 Ferguson, Linda: 219 Duggins, Linda: 219 Duncan, Dale: 154,200 Duncan, Debbie: 184 Dunipace, Kim: 123 Dunlap, Bill: 134,234,240 Dunlap, Jim: 219 Dunn, Mr. Barry: 27,107 Dunn, Marilyn: 200 Fernandez, Alice: 201 Fernandez, Frank: 185 Fernandez, Mary: 201 Fernandez Ruben: 219 Fernandezi Yolanda: 235 Field, Rhonda: 172,235 Fierros, Rachel: 219 Figueroa, Carlos: 65,115,132,133,135 Edel, Dunn, Dunn, Patsy: 124,219,234 Wilma: 184 Dupont, Clara: 200 Duran Carmen: 219 Duranl David: 185 Duran, Mrs. Janice: 22 Duran, Martha: 200 Dwori tt, Jim: 82,135,234 Dye, Cheryl: 200 Dyke, George: 200 Dymond, Mike: 158,219 E Eagan, Mr. Paul: 22,113 Eagerton, Bonnie: 185 Eagerton, Dean: 234 Eagle, Jim: 128,219 Eaton, Garry: 185 Eaton, Mrs. Mary Lou: 16 Eby, Robert: 234 Echeverria, Pat: 219 Echols, Cathey: 185 Edberg, Mr. Barry: 33,164 Robin: 185 152,235 Figueroa, Natalia: 123,219 Figueroa, Ron: 49,85,136,201 Figueroa, Rosalina: 201 Figueroa, Sandra: 201 Figueroa, Figueroa, Viola: 123,235 William: 185 Figueroa, Yolanda: 185 Filip, Andy: 185 Filip, Juliana: 219 Filip, Mark: 185 Fimbres, Edna: 235 Fimbres, Gilbert: 132,134,219 Fimbres, Grace: 201 Fimbres, Ray: 185 Fimbres, Sylvia: 185 Fischer, Lance: 219 Fisher Ai da: 169,201 rzshefj Anna: 104,105,171,196,201 Fisher, Barbara: 123,219 Fisher, Becky: 185 Fisher, Cecilia: 235 Fisher, Diane: 185 Fisher, Irene: 201 Fisher, Jerry: 185 Edgar, Dave: 47,56,68,83,128,162,2O0 Edgar, Philip: 104,185 Edgar, Ralph: 46,56,64,73,115,12,129, 139,234 Edgington, Mrs. Joy: 34,121 Edson, Kathie: 51,56,60,82,172,174,175, 234 Edwards, Miss Nona: 41 Eisenberg, Mrs, Betty: 22 Elem, Eddie Mae: 201 Fisher, Jim: 47,185 Fitzpatrick, Jerry: 235 Fitzsimmons, Mrs. Hillary: 43 Flannig Flannig Flannig an, Curtis: 135,139,140,219 an, Joyce: 185 on, Wesley: 136,201 Fleat, Regina: 105,106,107,110,201 Flores, Catalina: 135,152 Flores, Eugene: 185 Flores, Eva: 219 Flores, Gerald: 155,185 Flores, Hilda: 219 Flores, Irene: 219 Flores, Jesse: 219 Flores, Joe: 161,219 Flores, Margarita: 33,235 Flores, Maria: 219 Flores, Morris: 185 Flores, Richard: 156,201 Flores, Robert: 201 Flores, Ronald: 185 Flores, Rudy: 162,219 Flores, Thelma: 185 Flores, Yolanda: 201 Follet, Mr. Vermont: 29 Castello, Carmen: 185 Castelo, Gastelo, Frances: 220 Peter: 202 Gastelum, Gabriel: 142,202 Gastelum, Patty: 185 Gaston, Darlene: 104,202 Gatter, Christine: 185 Gatter, Dale: 186 Gaudielle, Andy: 128,235 Gaudielle, John: 186 Gaumond, Steven: 202 Gavitt, Edwin: 202 Gee An nie: 124,220 oeef Bonnie: 107,124,202 Gee, Connie: 107,124,220 Foltz, Mrs. Laverne: 22 FOOTBALL, FRESHMAN: 137 FOOTBALL, JUNIOR VARSITY: 136 FOOTBALL, VARSITY: 134 Force, Mr. Richard: 16 Foster, Mary Ann: 185 Fotinos, Brad: 201 Fox, Gordon: 185 Frana, Frank: 201 Frano, Valerie: 177,201 Francisco, Edmund: 201 Francisco, Margie: 219 Franco, Teresa: 116,185 Franklin, Janice: 235 Frazier, Karen: 235 Fredenburg, Bill: 30,235 Fredley, Melinda: 115,219 Freeman, Henry: 219 Fregoso, Irma: 185 Fregoso, Joe: 107,235 Freightman, Thomas: 235 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: 180 Frias, Lupe: 185 Fry, Barbara: 105,168,235 Fry, Robert, 109,201 Fulks, Cheryl: 201 Fulton, Gary: 219 Fulton, Jane: 115,201 Futa, Pat: 201 FUTU:?E HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA: 11 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA: 113 G Gabriel, Teresa: 32,219 Galarza, Cece: 201 Galarza, Yolanda: 171,219 GAA: 167 Gee, Cynthia: 186 Gee, Eileen: 220 Gee, Leonard: 55,60,107,108,235 Gee, Richard: 101,235 Gekas, Philip: 235 Genis, Bob: 202 Genis, Marci: 235 George, Marcia: 202 Gerhart, Gayle: 168,186 German, Elias: 155,186 Gerow, Jim: 220 Geter, Ruth: 236 Giachetti, Richard: 202 Gibbons, Gail: 186 Gibson, David: 136,202 Gibson, Debbie: 123,236 Gibson, Jim: 220 Gibson, Marsha: 115,176,177,236,240 Gibson, Steve: 186 Gigliotte, Joe: 186 Gilbo, David: 202 Gigiriese, Murdock: 31,55,58,60,108, 6 Gilkerson, Glen: 186 Gillespie, Donna: 124,186 Gillespie, Lynda: 220 Gillespie, Phyllis: 59,128,202 Gillespie, Russ: 220 Gilmour, Andrew: 108,186 Gin, Beverly: 104,186 Gin, David: 161,220 Gin, Donald: 59,136,142,154,202 Gin, Les: 137,186 Gin, Madelyn: 202 Gin, May: 202 Gin, Timmy: 202 Gin, Tommy: 50,108,114,135,236 Gin, Tony: 202 Gin, Vincent: 108,236 Usually found standing upright around the school grounds, garbage cans were emptied and sprayed with water every day by the ianitors. Galaska, Diana: 185 Gallagher, John: 185 Gallahue, Cathy: 235,240 Gallahue Linda: 201 Gallardo,' Belinda: 185 Gallardo, Christina: 124,185 Gallardo, Edna: 119,219 Gallardo, Eddie: 136,201 Gallardo, Joe: 219 Gallardo, John: 136,154,201 Gallardo, Rick: 219 Gallardo, Rosalie: 128,235 Gallego, Carmen: 105,219 Gallego, Maria: 68,82,87,174,235 Gallego, Norma: 177,185 Gallegos, Carlos: 115,160,161,235 Gallegos, Tim: 185 Gallegos, Viola: 235 Gallegos, Xavier: 201 Galvan, Hector: 161,201 Galvez, Bobby: 185 Galvez, Jessie: 235 Galvez, Joe: 100,101,235 Galvez, Mercy: 185 Gamble, Bob: 201 Gamboa, Henry: 185 Gamez, Bertha: 50,219 Gamez, Gerald: 185 Gamez, Grace: 201 Gamez, Greg: 185 Gandara, Frank: 136,201 Gandara, Irene: 236 Gandell, David: 108,111,201 Garcia, Alexandra: 166,219 Garcia, Andy: 201 Garcia, Arnold: 185 Garcia, Carlos: 149,185 Garcia, Carole: 235 Garcia, Charles: 162,219 Garcia, David: 201 Garcia, Dennis: 185 Garcia, Dina: 202 Garcia, Esperanza: 185 Garcia, Fernando: 185 Garcia, Helen: 235 Garcia, Hope: 202 Garcia, Jose: 219 Garcia, Josephine: 185 Garcia, Levi: 219 Garcia, Manuel: 219 Garcia, Mark: 219 Garcia, Maria E.: 185 Garcia, Maria O.: 185 Garcia, Mario: 202 Garcia, Marlene: 202 Garcia, Meme: 185 Garcia, Patricia: 202 Garcia, Raul: 235 Garcia, Richard: 202 Garcia, Mrs. Sara: 42 Garcia, Steven: 185 Garcia, Sylvia: 202 Garcia, Teresita: 185 GIRLS' LEAGUE: 115 GIRLS' STATE: 57 Givens, Don: 134,236 Glazebrook, Debbie: 202 Glenn, David: 186 Glenn, John: 186 Glenn, Mary: 220 Goddard, Jack: 116,202 Goddard, Patricia: 186 Godoy, Raul: 202 Godoy, Robert: 220 Goldbaum, Margo: 186 Goldstein, Mr. Harry: 37,100,101 GOLF: 157 Grieg, Mattie: 46,66,68,74,115,172,174, Green, Mintie: 186 Green, Samuel: 136,145,146,203 Green, Thomascena: 167,203 Greene, Jonathan: 103 Greengard, Stephen: 128,203 Greer, Mr. Jason: 41 Gregoire, Suzanne: 203 Griialva, Alice: 203 Grimes, Clifford: 203 Grimes, Kenneth: 186 Gardiner, Sally: 50,104,105,219,222 Gardner, Eric: 185 Gardner, Gary: 148,202 Garrett, Delora: 202 Garrison, Bobby: 202 Garza, Carlos: 219 Garza, Gloria: 185 Gasca, Charlie: 202 Gassan, Sandra: 235 Gomez, Andy: 236 Gomez, Benny: 157,220 Gomez, Carlos: 146,156,236 Gomez, Elvera: 202 Gomez, Ernie: 17 Gomez, Jose: 203 Gomez, Julian: 220 Gomez, Lorraine: 125,186 Gomez, Manny: 203 Gomez, Martha: 203 Gamez Natalie: 100,101,236 , Gomez, R ita: 1 12,236 Gomez, Stella: 112,220 Gonzales, Albert: 203 Gonzales, Aurelia:186 Gonzales, Carlos: 236 Gonzales, Conrad: 236 Gonzales, Esperanza: 186 Gonzales, Jaime: 186 Gonzales, Joe: 203 Gonzales, Julia: 203 Gonzales, Nellie: 186 Gonzales, Robert: 236 Gonzales, Saul: 203 Gonzales, Shelley: 203 Gonzales, Xochitl: 186 Gonzalez, Adalberto: 59,128,203 Gonzalez, Julieta: 128,203 Goodman, Bill: 237 Goodman, Louis: 134,237 Goodman, Marc: 203 Goodman, Shelley: 237 Gordon, Debbie: 186 Gordon, Linda: 220 Goss, John: 186 Gossett, Mervie: 203 Gosset-t, William: 220 Gould, Ran: 220 Goulette, J. D.: 186 Govan, Alice: 220 Grace, Phyllis: 94,95,237 Gracia Joann: 17,237 Graciai Joe: 203 Gracia, Richard: 186 Gradillas, Albert: 186 Gradillas, Christina: 186 Gradillas, Geraldine: 220 Gradillas, Mary: 203 Gradillas, Mary Lou: 103,237 Graieda, Tony: 203 Granillo, Anna: 203 Granilla, Elvia: 23,203 Granillo, Frances: 203 Granillo, Frank: 203 Granillo, Margaret: 237 Granillo, Olga: 237 Gray, Kathy: 237 Grinstead, Doris: 186 Graff, Mr. Albert: 34,119 Gross, Charles: 187 Grover, Jan: 220 Guerrero, Gary: 134,220 Guess, Karen: 187 Guess, William: 187 Guild, Chris: 237 Guild, Matt: 203 Gustafson, Robert: 220 Gustafson, Rodney: 161,220 Guthmann Gutierrez, , Mary Lou: 203 Armando: 203 Gutierrez, Becky: 106,107,220 Gutierrez, Bertha: 101,237 Gutierrez, Conrad: 203 Gutierrez, Danny: 136,143,203 Gutierrez, Danny: 155,187 Gutierrez, Eleanor: 187 Gutierrez, Ernie: 134,237 Gutierrez, Jesus: 152,220 Gutierrez, Larry: 128,157,203 Gutierrez, Louie: 97,100,101,237 Gutierrez, Manuel: 237 Gutierrez, Gutierrez, Margaret: 220 Mary Ann: 220 Gutierrez, Ramon: 203 Gutierrez, Sara: 220 Gutierrez, Toni: 203 Guzman, Carlos: 155,187 Guzman, David: 187 Guzman, David A.: 108,203 GYMNASTICS: 161 H Hacke, Kathy: 104,168,203 Hacke, Pati: 49,6O,111,237,240 Hacker, Brad: 220 Hafeli, Thomas: 203 Haggardt, Howard: 220 Hale, Robert: 187 Hall, George: 125,128,237 Hall, Mr. John: 29 Hall, John: 50,10B,109,128,203 Hall, Mr. Larry: 41,142,143 Hall, Mara: 174,218,237 Hall, Melita: 203 Hall, Robin: 237 Hansen, Micheal: 203 Hardman, Emma: 220 Hardy, Jesus: 237 Harmon, Richard: 203 Haro, Benny: 187 Haro, Irene: 203 Haro, Jimmy: 161,187 Haro, Robert: 237 Harper, Jane: 187 Harper, Richard: 203 Harris, Mr. Glenn: 31 Harris, Laurice: 123,203 Harris, Sarah: 187 Harrison, Carole: 77,174,220 Harrison, Charlene: 237 Harrison, Ruth: 59,203 Harrison, Wanda: 187 Harsh, Janis: 203 Hart, Billy: 220 Hartsfield, Tony: 203 Harvey, Mr. John: 22,214 Haskett, Mr. Robert: 22,112,113 Haskins, Charles: 187 Hassey, Janet: 203 Haswell, Matt: 187 Hatfield, Sterling: 27 Hatley, Kathy: 187 Hatley, Tura: 128,220 Hawkes, Paul: 220 Hayden, Mr. Ralph: 20,21 Hayes, Pat: 113,220 Haynes, Debra: 187 Haynes, James: 142,154,203 Haynes, Jamie: 68,82,87,172,174,237 Haynes, Tyrone: 203 Hays, Debbi: 220 Hays, Pam: 203 Hayton, Shawn: 237 Heard, Anna: 220 Heartfield, Alexis: 220 Heartfield, Allistaire: 149,187 Heatley, Mrs. Carole: 22 Hedglen, Linda: 203 Hedgpeth, James: 203 Heidel, Sharon: 112,128,237 Heimbach, Gary: 237 Heimowitz, Mr. Jack: 57 Heldt, Aaron: 117,203 Hellman, Maurice: 125,128,220 Hellman, Yvonne: 187 Helm, Sidney: 203 Helmericks, Ann: 220 Hemphill, Mr. Eldon: 31 Henderson, Nancy: 187 Henderson, Pam: 237 Hendricks, Marilyn: 220 Hendrickson, Mr. Derald: 14,15 Henigschmidt, Monica: 187 Henke, Mr. Lloyd: 29 Henken, Dove: 237 Henken, Jim: 203 Halle, Richard: 59,203 Hamblen, Chris: 220 Hamm, Curtis: 203 Hammond, Calvin: 203 Hanahan, Laura: 203 Hancock, Virgil: 187 Haney, Nancy: 203 Hanlon, Cecilia: 103,237 Hannon, Donald: 111,158,220 Henry, Alvin: 187 Henry, Donna: 187 Henry, William: 123,145,187 Hernandez, Carlos: 220 Hernandez, David: 155,187 Hernandez, Diane: 237 Hernandez, Eddie: 187 Hernandez, Eglantina: 203 Hernandez , Enrique: 203 Mary Helen: 237 Leyvas, Frank: 221 Hernandez, George: 128,220 Hernandez, George G.: 148,203 Hernandez, Irma: 237 Hernandez, Les: 203 Hernandez, Maria: 187 Hernandez, Limperis, Mr. Leon: 27 Hernandez, Odillia: 220 Hernandez, Yolanda: 237 Herron, Anita: 237 Herran, Henry: 187 Herrera, Charles: 187 Herrera, Norma: 203 Herrera, Richard: 203 Hespen, Jacque: 203 Johns, Pam: 238 Johnson, Carol: 187 Johnson, Jim: 221 Johnson, Kathy: 221 Johnson, Kristine: 187 Johnson, Marita: 187 Johnson, Mrs. Mary: 22 Johnson, Neva: 187 Johnson, Richard: 28,108,204 Johnson, Theron: 204 Johnston, Lorraine: 204 Johnston, Marty: 221 Johnston, Robert: 101,238 Johnston, Willie: 143,149,187 Lavigne, Mr. Donald: 31 Lawler, Jay: 188 Lawrence, Robert: 205 Lawson, Susie: 238 Layton, Phyllis: 221 Laz, Louis: 59,158,205 Leal, Anabelle: 238 Higven, Olivia: 187 Higgins, Higven, Lena: 220 Joan: 104 Jones, Dennis: 187 Jones, Emma: 187 Jones, James: 221 Jones, Manuel: 221 Hihzlerman, Tim: 123,149,187 Hi Hill Hill Hill , Chyrl: 187 Deborah: 187 George: 187 Ina: 237 Hill, Jane: 128 Hill, Larry: 143,149,187 Hill, Lorraine: 112,238,240 Hill, Mary: 238 Hill, Vera: 187 Hillman, Blanca: 203 Hilyard, George: 187 Hilyard, Mary: 125,203 Hinden, Mark: 128,221 Hinds, Bill: 187 Hinds, Tom: 203 Hinkle, David: 203 Hinkle, Janice: 110,203 Hinkle, John: 187 Hinkle, Robert: 123,187 Hinze, Lynelle: 203 Hirsch, Betty: 187 Hochstein, Elise: 221 Hoehn, Mrs. Ruth: 38,113 Jones, Robert: 187 Jordan, Billy: 204 Jordan, Dean: 204 Joseph, Lory: 187 Juarez, Maria: 221 Juniel, Gary: 143,187 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: 214 JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE: 104 Jurado, Mike: 238 K Kalinski, Kathy: 50,221,222 Kalmanowicz, Malka: 204 Kardum, Patti: 187 Karr, Dale: 123,221 Karr, Dennis: 128,204 Karr, Douglas: 204 Karrh, Bernie: 115,238 Kassander, Helen: 59,204 Katherina, Mike: 142,154,204 Katzen, Dohn: 187 Kaufmann, John: 221 Leal, Rose: 221 Lee, Carol: 221 Lee, Mr. Edmund: 29 Lee, Freddie: 205 Lee, Geraldine: 188 Lee, Gregory: 205 Lee, Jeannie: 58,221,222 Lee, Linda: 238 Lee, Patsy: 46,221 Lee, Poncella: 221 Lee, Sylvia: 49,94,238,240 Lee, Tom: 188 Lem, William: 205 Lemas, Billy: 188 Lemas, James: 221 Leon, Alba: 221 Leon Evangelina: 238 Leon, Freddie: 115,134,162,238 Leon, Gloria: 221 Leon, Hilda: 166,169,238 Leon, Irma: 205 Leon, Jean: 188 Leon, Mary: 205 Leon, Mary Helen: 128,205 Leon, Patricia: 113,205 Leon, Ralph: 205 Lewis, Doug: 221 Lewis, H. B.: 136,148,221 Lewis, Lenora: 188 Lewis, Linda: 125,188 Lewis, Marvin: 137,143,188 Lewis, Monica: 205 Leyvos, Jerry: 205 Leyvos, Manny: 221 Leyvos, Yolanda: 188 Lietha, Dorothy: 116,205 Lim, Gim: 188 Lim, Theresa: 172,205 Limon, Tony: 136,205 Linarez, Carol: 205 Linarez, Rosa: 239 Lincoln Erwin: 188 Lindberg, Stephen: 188 Lindsay, Craig: 221 Linkenbach, Pat: 60,94,112,239 Lira, Gloria: 188 Little, Gregory: 205 Livingston, Mrs. Alice Jean: 22 Lizardi, Miriam: 188 Lizardi, Rosemary: 239 Lizarraga, Albert: 136,205 Lizarraga, Rene: 205 Llamas, Robert: 205 Lloyd, Kay: 221 Loft, Robert: 239 Logan, Mr. Gordon: 16,39 Loh, Wing: 24,239 Lohberg, Jay: 101,239 Keating, Hogg, John: 128,154,203 Holdcroft, Gary: 187 Holguin, Jane: 187 Holliday, Sandy: 187 Holliday, Michael: 203 Holloway, Mike: 203 Holmes, Barry: 187 Holmes, Jerry: 228,238 Holmes, Samuel: 187 Holmes, Willie: 249 Holub, Maxine: 187 Holub, Stella: 115,174,221 Hood, Kathy: 105,108,238 Hooker, Mr. David: 25 Hooper, Len: 187 Hopkins, Barbara: 221 Hopkins, Diana: 203 Hopkins, Susan: 32 Hopper, Charles: 187 Hopper, Miss Charlotte: 33 Horky, Paul: 161,221 Horton, Mr. Charlie: 42 Howard, Sherri: 187 Howard, William: 148,156,203 Howe, Deborah: 203 Howe, Priscilla: 187 Howell, Anne: 82,87,91,238 Howell, John: 203 Hudson, Ron: 204 Huerta, Jerry: 204 Huerta, Loretta: 187 Huff, Jay: 238 Huff, Robert: 221 Huffaker, Mr. Melvin: 37,136,137 Hummer, Patti: 204 Hunt, Mr, George D.: 14,15 Hunten, Keith: 128,204 Hunter, Valarie: 204 Hurtado, Tom: 204 Hutchins, Larry: 221 Hutchinson, Gary: 187 Hutchinson, John: 187 Hutchinson, Mr. Robert: 18,34 lndhara, Chai: 238 lnigo, Gloria: 238 lnigo, Manny: 238 INTERNATIONAL CLUB: 107 Isaac, Dorothy: 204 Isaac, Larry: 146,147,238 Islas, Helen: 204 Ives, Kani: 111,187 J Jaap, Mrs. Jan: 18,33 Jackson, Lisa: 124,187 Jacobs, Anita: 187 Jacobs, Miss Helen: 22 Jacques, Mercy: 187 Jaggers, Johanna: 238 Johnke, Andrea: 204 James, Dogmar: 110 James, Rich: 115,158,159,204 James, Robert: 117,128,146,156,238 James, Ronald: 158,187 Japhi, Ray: 123 Jaramillo, Jacob: 204 Jauregui, Raymond: 204 Jaurigue, Catherine: 123,238 Jaurigue, Lucy: 123 Jenkins, Roy: 221 Jennings, Mr. Stanley: 37 Jensen, Kevin: 109,123,187 Jepperson, Diane: 221 Jerman, Gary: 204 Jessen, Rick: 221 Jessie, Linda: 221 Jew, Lily: 59,107,204 Jimenez, Carmen: 187 Jimenez, Pat: 105,128,204 Jimenez, Rosie: 238 Joe, David: 115,135,147,238 Joe, Reggie: 149,187 Kay, Justina: 112,116,221 Kaye, Willie: 204 Dennis: 137,187 Leon, Robert C.: 134,152,221 Leon, Robert R.: 188 Leon, Rudy: 157,221 Leon, Victoria: 188 Leon, Virginia: 124,166,167,169,221 LES PETITS GOURMETS: 104 Lesher, Stephen: 123,188 Lesley, Cornell: 136,146,205 Lespron, Gilda: 239 Lespron, lsma: 205 Lespron, Jesus: 205 LETTERMAN'S CLUB: 115 Keeley, Linda: 115,167,221 Keena, Tom: 205 Keeney, Stella: 187 Keitfer, Ted: 214,221 Kelly, Charlotte: 168,205 Keppel, Holly: 29,221 Kessinger, John: 187 Kessler, Debbie: 205 Key, Janet: 205 King: Mrs. Bertha: 33 King, Mr. Bob: 18,37 Kingman, George: 221 Kingman, Ralph: 142,205 Kinsey, Mr. James: 37 Kinsey, Jim: 205 Kirk, Bill: 238 Kirk, David: 205 Kirkland, Robert: 187 Kisling, Robert: 137,149,187 Kivel, Karen: 166,205 Klann, Mr. Hugo: 33 Kleinerman, Arnold: 238 Klemann, Miss Ann: 34 Klewer, Bruce: 139,221 Kline, Paula: 221 Kline, Mr. R,C.: 39 Klugherz, Sandy: 188 Klump, Lance: 188 Knapp, Alice: 205 Knight, Liz: 238 Koerner, Henry: 188 Kolb, Mrs. Judith: 22 Konzen, Steve: 128,238 Kosanke, Jeff: 142,205 Kosky, Linda: 205 Kovacs, Brigitta: 188 Kraft, Manny: 148 Kreamer, David: 134,221 Kreamer, Steve: 137,188 Kreamer, Will: 137,155,188 Krohn, Harold: 188 Krompasky, Miss Hilda: 22 Kuehnast, Carolyn: 238 Kuller, Sue: 205 Kurowski, Zofia: 188 L Labahn, Tom: 188 Laborin, Patricia: 188 Laborin, Tony: 135,221 LaBrie, Diana: 221 Ladd, Steve: 221 Laird, Bill: 158,159,221 Laird, Robin: 106,205 Lamantia, John: 205 Lamb, Linda: 188 Lamb, Stephanie: 116,221 Lamb, Tom: 205 Lonan, Sharon: 188 Landor, Moises: 205 Lane, Julia: 188 Langford, Elaine: 238 Levin, Phyllis: 239 Levitt, James: 117,205 Levitt, Marsha: 239 Levitt, Mona: 188 Levitt, Pamela: 221 Levkowitz, Danny: 221 Levy, Edward: 205 Lew, Mike: 239 Lew, Nancy: 239 Lew Lew is, Al: 135,144,146,239 is, David: 239 Lewis, Diola: 205 Lew is, Dorothy: 205 Long, Ken: 188 Lopez, Adriana: 188 Lopez, Barbara: 188 Lopez, Cheryl: 188 Lopez, Connie: 100,101,239 Lopez, Danny: 128,221 Lopez, Diana: 205 Lopez, Diane: 205 Lopez, Dolores: 205 Lopez, Dolores Y.: 205 Lopez, Eddie: 221 Lopez, Eddie G.: 188 Lopez, Elvia: 188 Lopez, Ernie: 205 Lopez, Fatima: 110,205 Lopez, Frank: 205 Lopez, Frank: 188 Lopez, Frank T.: 239 Lopez, Freddie: 188 Lopez, Gilbert: 136,205 Lopez, Gloria: 221 Lopez, Gregory: 205 Lopez, Henry: 221 Lopez, Hortencia: 205 Before beginning to play "A Taste of Honey" during a January assembly swing band members listened for the count ofthe group leader. Laos, George: 136,205 Laos, Richard: 238 Laos, Roy: 188 Lara, Di one: 205 Lara, Louis: 128,205 Larribas, Gilbert: 205 Larribas, Hortencia: 205 Larriva, Lawrence: 238 Larriva, Lillian: 205 Larsen, Lee: 128,205 Larsen, Sarah: 188 Larson, Chris: 205 Larson, Douglas: 58,221 Lash, Mr. Ralph: 33 Laswell, Mathew: 155 Latcham, Raymond: 205 Latorre, Patricia: 221 Lauver, Lorraine: 188 Lauver, Lynn: 221 Alex: 222 Martinez, Lopez, Joe: 188 Lopez, Johnny: 162,163,221 Lopez, Juana: 110,221 Lopez, Linda: 239 Lopez, Lucille: 110,188 Lopez, Lydia: 239 Lopez, Lydia E.: 188 Lopez, Lydia G.: 221 Lopez, Margaret: 188 Lopez, Mary: 221 Lopez, Nellie: 239 Lopez, Olivia: 205 Lopez, Ray: 239 Lopez, Ray M.: 239 Lopez, Richard: 149,188 Lopez, Robert: 157,239 Lopez, Rudy: 143,188 Lopez, Sandra: 239 Lopez, Teri: 221 Lopez, Vicki: 239 Lopez, Virginia: 221 Loree, Vernon: 238 McKasson, Sarah: 239 McKeever, Richard: 189 McKenna, Adelino: 221 McKenna, Manuel: 239 McKenrick, Dan: 101,115,117 McLane, Betty: 58,221 McLaughlin, Louise: 94,115,239 McLaughlin, Marilyn: 177,205 McLaughlin, Maureen: 240 McLaughlin, Tim: 222 McLean, Wade: 152,222 McLeod, Bruce: 189 McMillen, Kathleen: 205 McNeill, Willie: 222 McSherry, Mac: 222 McWold, Tim: 189 M MacDonald, Darrell: 161 MacDonald, Judi: 189 Machado, Joe: 136,196,205 Louis, Buner: 188 Lovegreen, Geraldine: 104,205 Loveioy, Mary: 205 Lovitt, Brad: 49,115,239 Lowe, Norman: 205 Lowe, Rosalva: 188 Lowery, Claudia: 205 Loya, Erma: 221 Lucero, Frank: 155,188 Lucero, Hector: 221 Lucero, Sylvia: 239 Luciano, Vince: 123,221 Luevano, Maria: 221 Lugo, Donna: 221 Lugo, Jannis: 125,188 Lugo, Linda: 239 Lugo, Thomas: 188 Luion, Racheal: 205 Luian, Rosemary: 239 Luke, Alan: 58,133,134,135,221 Lundberg, John: 188 Lundeen, Dala: 116,221 Lundin, Mary: 239 Lusch, Nancy: 188 Luster, Merlene: 188 Lybeck, Mrs. Lynn: 41 Lyczynski, Diana: 50,104,221 LYRES CLUB: 126 Mc McAlpine, Mr. Donald: 41 McCalley, Mark: 221 McCandless, Mr. J. Alan: 33 McCarthy, Pat: 168,205 McCaslin, Sharon: 129,239 McCluskey, Karen: 205 McCluskey, Sharon: 81,82,119,174 McCollum, Jack: 39 McCormick, Rene: 136,205 McCracken, Dan: 221 McCullum, Jane: 123,221 McDonald, Jan: 189 McDonald, Louanne: 105,189 McDonald, Nancy: 60,176,210,239 McDonough, Jere: 115,239 McFadyen, Debbie: 189 McGee, Barbara: 177,189 McGhee, Mindy: 128,221 McGhee, Sean: 189 Machado, Vivian: 47,105,205 Macias, Roy: 205 Maciulla, Chris: 50,222 Maciulla, Pat: 189 Maddox, Craig: 189 Madero, Ruben: 109,128,205 Madrid, Frank: 189 Madrid, Gilbert: 222 Madrid, Mary: 205 Madrid, Mike: 205 Madrid, Rene: 115,133,134,135,1 Madrid, Soledad: 205 Madrigal, Ruben: 156,222 Maerker, Bruce: 189 Maerker, Richard: 240 Magee, Mickey: 189 Magee, Sherry: 168,222 Maish, Charlie: 206 Maialca, Eddie: 206 Maiolco, Mark: 156,206 Maiuta, Patricia: 189 Maiuta, Ray: 152,222 Maiuta, Rudy: 157 Maldonado, Norma: 206 Mallamo, Mr. John: 47 Mallamo, Prinny: 166,222 Mallams, Elizabeth: 104,123,222 Mallet, Sherrie: 189 Malone, Naomi: 206 Manciet, Katie: 59,115,206 Manciet, Mary: 61,125,128,24O Mancini, Pat: 189 Mandros, Francine: 189 Monge, Rene: 206 Mange, Socorro: 240 Mann, Irene: 58,94,105,123,222 Mann, Lyle: 115,158,159,24O Manning, Mrs, Revo: 38 Monriquez, Carmen: 206 Monriquez, Gloria: 189 Monriquez, Hector: 222 Monriquez, Lupe: 189 Manspeaker, Debbie: 115,222 Manuel, Edith: 206 Marchello, Carol: 206 Mardon, William: 206 Mareks, Jeff: 206 Mares, Arnold: 152,222 Marin, Frank: 128,222 51,240 Mariscal, Mr. Ernest: 25,79 Mariscal, Mariscal, Mariscal , Mariscal, Markert, Frank: 206 Freddy: 206 lrma: 222 Margaret: 240 Mr, Edward: 34,111 Market, Anthony: 222 Market, Suzy: 206 Marlar, Michael: 222 Marquez, Leticia: 189 Marquez, Margaret: 119,168,222 Marsh, Bob: 152,222 Marshall, Alice: 222 Marsland, Richard: 128,164,222 Martin, Alfonso: 206 Martin, Andy: 109,128,206 Martin, Bettie: 124,240 Martin, Mr. Don: 23 Martin, Miss Harriette: 23,97 Martin, Mr. Walter R.: 37 Martin, Mr. Wilmer: 37,112 Martinez, Martinez, Martinez, Martinez Martinez Martinez Martinez Martinez Martinez Martinez Martinez Martinez 1 1 f 1 r 1 Amelia: 222 Anastacia: 137,143,155,189 Bertha: 222 Carmen: 222 Catalina: 206 Elsa: 105,206 Evelia: 124,206 Frank: 149,189 George F.: 189 f George L.: 155,189 Gilbert: 189 Hector: 115,152,240 Martinez, Jesus: 149,189 Martinez, Joe: 240 Martinez, Laura: 206 Martinez, Lupe: 189 Martinez Lydia: 240 Martinez, Margaret: 172,240 Martinez Mario: 206 Martinez, Mary Jo: 222 Martinez, Norma: 106,189 Martinez, Olga: 206 Martinez, Pat: 189 Martinez, Ralph: 240 Martinez, Rene: 240 Martinez, Reuben: 206 Martinez, Rose: 206 Martinez, Ruben F.: 206 Martinez, Ruben H.: 222 Martinez, Ruth: 189 Martinez, Stella: 206 Martinez, Trinidad: 106,222 Martinez, Vickie: 47,7O,189 Martinez Yolanda: 189 Marum, Rosie: 189 Marum, Susie: 222 Mason, Mark: 103,109,206 Mata, Mike: 137,189 Matas, Natalie: 100,101,240 Mathews, Mr. Elden: 34,35 Mathews, Nancy: 189 Matsushino, Anne: 58,104,222 Matsushino, Gilbert: 128,206 Matte, Carol: 124,189 Motteau, Irene: 240 Matthews, Don: 136,154,206 Matthews, Ervin: 189 Matthews, Lindo: 206 Mattis, Robert: 240 Maugans, Mr. William: 31 Maxson, Kristine: 189 Mayes, Hattie: 206 Mayfield, Mr. Oliver: 18,31,126,132135 144,146 Mayhand, Sandy: 189 Mazon, Vince: 222 Mazzola, Vince: 112,240 Mead, Jim: 222 Medford, Bobby: 222 Medina, David: 206 Medina, Gloria: 241 Meehan, Joseph: 109,189 Mehl, Marsha: 123,124,241 Meier, Mrs. Leona: 23 Melillo, Marcelline: 206 Melton, Linda: 172,222 Melton, Lorraine: 189 Mendez, Frank: 241 Mendez, Leandro: 189 Mendez, Manny: 222 Mendez, Ron: 222 M ' l ' :2 Mclntpsh, Mr. James: 23 Mgilgf ii:g1'i15,ig5,24o 3232012280240 McKain, Mike: 239 Mariscal, Danny: 22 Matus, Jocinto:.206' At the Twirp Week "hitchin' post," Girls' League members time record. Some boys were so popular that in two days sold five-hundred marriage certificates, setting an all they married as many as ten girls. Mendibles, Helen: 189 Mendibles, Mary Ann: 105,206 Mendibles, Mike: 206 Mendoza, Abe: 206 Mendoza, Betty: 189 Mendoza, Frank: 136,206 Mendoza, Haydee: 206 Mendoza, Luisa: 189 Mendoza, Mike: 222 Mendoza, Orlinda: 189 Mendoza, Patricia: 189 Mendoza, Robert: 206 Mercer, Karen: 112,113,128,222 Merten s, Don: 222 Mertens, Dwight: 189 Mesa, Betty: 206 Mesa, Bill: 137,180,189 Mesa, Carlos: 136,206 Mesa, Robert: 189 Messick, Jay: 241 Messing, Bob: 59,206 Metz, Bob: 136,206 Metz, Joe: 135,222 Meyer, Patty: 241 Meza, Blanca: 241 Meza, Joe: 206 Meza, Jose: 189 Meza, Sylvia: 206 Meza, Tony: 241 Michalegko, Linda: 222 Middleton, Rick: 222 Mikiska, John: 206 Millane, Mary: 123,241 Miller, Ben: 189 Miller, Carol: 222 Miller, lrma: 241 Miller, John: 222 Miller, Johnny: 189 Miller, Kathy: 207 Miller, Marideth: 189 Miller, Marilyn: 189 Miller, Raymond: 189 Miller, Richard: 58,94,222 Miller, Steve: 207 Millstone, Joseph: 27,108,158,223 Millstone, Michael: 104,108,207 Milton, Alice: 189 Minder, Kathie: 223 Minder, Steve: 189 Minebrug, Wendy: 207 Miner, Sally: 189 Miranda, Diana: 241 Miranda, Chuca: 139 Miranda, Frances: 103,241 Miranda, Gus: 241 Miranda Leticia: 189 Mirazo Carmen: 223 Mirazo Jesus: 189 Mirsndqf Mr. Mike: 25,104 'G Misner, loria: 59,104,168,207 Misner, Priscilla: 104,168,189 Mitchell, Mitchell, Dennis: 103,207 Jackie: 172,241 Mitchell, Jerry: 123,207 Mitchell, Larry: 207 Mitchell, Leslie: 50,110,207 Mitchell, Mary: 207 Mitchell, Nelda: 241 Mitton, Bruce: 241 Mock, Cindy: 223 Mockler, Miss Ann: 16,18 MODEL UNITED NATIONS: 57 Mohr, William: 148,156,207 Molander, Chris: 207 Molera, Velma: 223 Molina, Angel: 223 Molina, Angie: 207 Molina, Barbara: 207 Molina, David: 133,135,162,163 Molina, Gilbert: 189 Molina, Grace: 110,125,223 Molina, Joe: 112 Molina, Nancy: 207 Molina, Norma: 107,125,189 Molina, Ruben: 125,189 Monie, Joseph: 241 Manreal, Dolores: 223 Monreal, Lydia: 207 Montono, Danny: 207 Montana, lrma: 223 Montana, John: 101,223,246 Montana, Mary: 189 Montana, Pat: 189 Montana, Ramon: 189 Montano, Waldo: 156,207 Montenegro, Frances: 123,223 Montes, Manuela: 189 Montiel, Chris: 124,189 Montiel, Fermin: 241 Montiel, Suzanne: 223 Montoya, Genevieve: 189 Montoya, Herminda: 207 Montoya, Yolanda: 241 Mooberry, Philip: 109,207 ,241 Moore, Art: 67,115,134,241 Moore, Duane: 101,223 Moore, Kathleen: 223 Moore, Ray: 164,207 Moore, Vicky: 207 Moos, Richard: 115,164 Moothar f, John: 161,207 Moraga, Grace: 189 Morales, Connie: 241 Morales Elda: 223 Morales, Joe: 223 Morales, Morylou: 189 Morales, Mike: 154,207 Morales, Susan: 189 Morales, Mr. Tony: 27,71,139 Morales, Willie: 136,142,154,207 Moran, Carlos: 128,241 Moreno Alice: 241 Moreno: Aurora: 207 Moreno Betty: 189 Moreno: Carlos: 207 Moreno, Eddie: 156,223 Moreno, Elaine: 223 Moreno, Frank: 156,207 Moreno, Frank C.: 136,154,207 Moreno, Helen: 223 Moreno, Jesus: 128,223 Moreno, Jimmy: 188 Moreno, John: 223 Moreno, Lydia: 189 Morey, Gary: 223 Morgan, Jerry: 241 Morones, Griselda: 30,241 Morones, Joey: 189 Morphew, Mr. Gordon: 29 Morris, Bobby: 47,134,135,223 Morris, Michael: 137,189 Morris, Ronnie: 136,148,207 Morris, Wes: 223 Morrison, Bobby: 103,115,133,135,241 Moss, Bob: 190 Mosteiro, Miss Elinor: 25 Motzkin, Greg: 115,241 Mounce, Debbie: 223 Mounce, Terri: 177,190 Moya, Sue: 241 Mulrow, Pat: 223 Munday, Gary: 207 Mungaray, Marie: 241 Munoz, Anna: 190 Munoz, Arturo: 190 Munoz, Frank: 190 Munoz, Lillian: 223 Munoz, Marcelino: 190 Munoz, Marta: 223 Murietta, Alice: 190 Murolo, Mrs. Romana: 25 Murphy, George: 207 Murphy, James: 223 Murphy, Sandra: 190 Murray, Justin: 208 Murray, Tim: 241 Murtagh, Jim: 208 Mustonen, Marlene: 107,208 Muterspaugh, Brooks: 190 Myslicki, Stefan: 190 Nacey, Robin: 208 Narcho, Gary: 149,190 Ncsewytewa, Cathy: 190 NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE: 111 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: 61 Natividad, Frank: 128,208 Nava, Daniel: 137,149,190 Navarrete, Danny: 223 Navarrete, Margie: 208 Navarrette, Chris: 223 Navarrette, Pat: 223 Navarro Navarro , Armida: 190 , Christine: 190 Navarro, Elvia: 223 Navarro Eva: 208 Navarro, Jim: 103,106,115,158,175,223 Navarro Joe: 223 Navarroi Patsy: 190 Neavitt, Neavitt, Neavitt, Nelson, Nelson, Dan: 190 Jim: 49,164,165,241 Nancy: 223 Alette: 208 Christine: 123,241 Nussman, James: 223 O Oakes, Craig: 136,154,208 Obregon, Margaret: 167,208 Obregon, Mercy: 208 Obregon, Miguel: 223 Obregon, Richard: 128,223 Obregon, Steve: 223 Ochoa, Christine: 190 Ochoa, Danny: 208 Ochoa, Eddie: 136,148,208 Ochoa, Grace: 208 Ochoa, Hope: 190 Ochoa, Margaret: 223 Ochoa, Margaret B.: 223 Ochoa, Norma: 223 Ochoa, Olga: 190 Ochoa, Raymond: 190 O Dell, Tom: 242 Olalde, Maria: 208 Oldfather, Ardeth: 190 Oldfather, Rod: 110,223 Olivares, Laura: 208 Olivas, Diana: 190 Olivas, Edward: 190 Olivas, Frances: 223 Olivas, Jose: 208 Olivas, Lupe: 208 Olivas, Mary: 223 Olivas, Peter: 190 Olivas S lvia 190 I Y 5 Olsen, Kathy: 166,208 O Mall ey, Robert: 223 Ontiveros, Freddy: 223 Ontiveros, Martha: 208 Orontez, Rudy: 208 ORCHESTRA: 125 Ormsby, Cornelia: 223 Ormsby, David: 149,190 Ormsby, Ralph: 137,190 Orona, Orona, Robert: 208 Toni: 209 Orosco, Frank: 242 Orozco, Jacinto: 136,154,196,209 Orozco, Norma: 242 Orr, Bobby: 190 Orta, Jerry: 223 Ortega Cecilia: 190 Ortega, Helen: 209 Ortega, Lupe: 223 Ortega, Sammy: 223 Ortega, Susanne: 209 Ortiz, Bob: 136,148,149,209 Ortiz, Bobby: 136,209 Ortiz, Celso: 223 Ortiz, Clara: 172,232,242 Ortiz, Danny: 242 Ortiz, Eddie: 223 Ortiz, Esther: 223 Ortiz, I rma: 209 Ortiz, James: 190 Ortiz, Janie: 209 Ortiz, Joe: 190 Ortiz, Martha: 125,190 Ortiz, Mary: 223 Ortiz, Norma: 190 Ortiz, Oceas: 223 Ortiz, Richard: 209 Ortiz, Mr. Robert: 37,144,149,156 Ortiz, Robert M.: 136,190 Ortiz, Ruben: 161,223 Osborn, Harry: 109,209 Osment, Jeannie: 190 Osmundson, Jerry: 32 Osol lo, Osol Io, Otero, Otero, David: 123,209 Diana: 223 Bert: 137,155,190 Jenny: 190 Otero, Rosario: 124,223 Otke, Barbara: 223 Otto, John: 223 Otto, Kimberly: 209 Owen, Owen, Owen, Bobby: 209 Cecilia: 167,209 Lucy: 167,223 P Pacheco, Joe: 209 Pacheco, Marcella: 242 Pacho, Estella: 110,190 Padgett, Edith: 242 Padgett, Eva: 59,209 Padias, Frank: 190 Padias, Joe: 58,223 Padias, Rudy: 209 Heavily loaded, Frank Vasquez looked for a seat in the Greyhound bus which transported them to the North Phoenix football game. Pattison, Marylka: 242 Pattison, Ralph: 190 Paul, Ronny: 51,56,58,61,97,111,240,242 Paulsen, Laurie: 190 Payne, Tim: 190 Peabody, Snow: 48,4B,69,1 15,161,240, 242 Pearson, Larry: 115,160,161,242 Pearson, Roger: 161,209 Pecktol, Richard: 223 Pedersoli, Eddie: 223 Perry, Truda: 242 Pesqueira, David: 125,128,148,209 Pesqueira, Margaret: 209 Pesqueira, Martha: 172,242 Peterman, Nancy: 242 Peters, Elaine: 190 Peterson, Connie: 190 Peterson, Mr, Jack: 23 Petropoulos, Jimmy: 109,190 Petropoulos, Rita: 209 Petroshus, Joe: 115,133,135,138,139, Nelson, Connie: 208 Nelson, David: 137,143,149,190 Nelson, Don: 23,190 Nelson, Mrs. Margaret: 23 Neuman, Jack: 208 Neumann, Sharon: 5O,53,58,61,67,99, 111,115,241 Newkirk, Dianne: 241 Newland, Mary: 223 Newman, Terenthia: 190 Newmark, Dorothy: 208 Nichols, Charles: 223 Nichols, Freddy: 208 Nichols, John: 208 Nichols, Larry: 108,241 Nicholson, Mr. Larmer: 18,23 Nieblas, Margie: 112,242 Niehaus, Mr. Duane: 31 Nielsen, Judy: 242 Niemi, Mr. Arthur: 41,158,159 Nier, Mrs. Lenore: 23 Noble, Cheryl: 242 Noble, Janet: 208 Nobles, Esther: 190 Noriega, Art: 223 Noriega, Danny: 190 Noriega, Henry: 223 Noriega, Sylvia: 208 Noriega, Terry: 242 Norzagaray, Patsy: 208 No es Michael' 158208 Padilla, Linda: 46,68,74,242 Padilla, Margaret: 190 Padilla, Richard: 155,190 Paez, Lucina: 242 Paez, Raymond: 242 Page, lvan: 190 Paiga, Alma: 190 Palacia, Roseanne: 209 Palacio, John: 137,155,190 Palma, Josephine: 209 Palma, Larry: 155 Palmer, Sharon: 123 Palmer, Ted: 136,209 Palomino, Virginia: 190 Papousek, Barb: 167,209 Paramo, Rita: 190 Pardo, Ramon: 209 Paredes, Anna: 61,98,115,172,174,242 Paredes, Oscar: 56,162,163,223 Paredes, Patricia: 106,190 Parker, Philip: 223 Parks, Joy: 209 Pasternack, Rachael: 190 Pasternack, Roland: 58,128,223 Patino, Raymond: 190 Paton, Nancy: 123,242 Pederson, Jon: 223 Peete, Cedric: 190 Peete, Rochelle: 223 Peete, Roselle: 223 Pena, Patricia: 223 Pena, Rosalina: 209 Pena, Sandy: 161,223 Pena, Terry: 190 Pence, Dave: 209 PEP CLUB: 106 Peralta, Ray: 209 Perez, Alice: 112,242 Perez, Antonia: 190 Perez, Bertha: 242 Perez, Camilo: 190 Perez, Cecilia: 223 Perez, David: 190 Perez, Diana: 167,169,242 Perez, Jo Ann: 124,209 Perez, Margaret: 223 Perez, Mike: 190 Perez, Olga: 190 Perez, Rosa: 125,190 Perez, Susan: 209 Perez, Sylvia: 105,190 Perkins, Hubbert: 134,146,209 140,224 Petsch, Ken: 190 Petsch, Randy: 117,224 Peyron, Luis: 190 Peyron, Martin: 224 Peyron, Susan: 242 Peyton, Frank: 128,224 Phillips, Margaret: 124,190 Phillips, Mike: 242 Phillips, Randy: 136,209 Piccoli, Julie: 46,58,7O,176,224 Pierce, Hazel: 190 Pierce, Mahlon: 123 Pierce, Sherry: 209 Pierson, Bill: 209 Pierson, Drusilla: 190 Piery, Charlene: 123,224 Pinedo, Hector: 156,157 PINNACLE: 58 Pinnavaia, Adrian: 224 Pittman, Kathe: 123,224 Plasse, David: 190 Plata, Robert: 191 Pod, Mrs. Norma: 43 Polanco, Carmen: 124,209 Polanco, Salvador: 242 Y , - 1 Nunez, Frank: 190 Nunez, Freddie: 190 Nunez, Raymond: 208 Patricia, Carmen: 190 Pattison, David: 59,209 Pernell, John: 143,190 Perotti, Gloria: 105,112,224 Pollock, Dean: 111,191 Pollock, Mark: 191 ' u 9' Romero, Vince: 224 Romero, Miss Virginia: 41 Romero, Walt: 224 Romero, Yolanda: 210 Romine Carol: 243 Romo, Beatrice: 210 Romo, Carmen: 191 Romo, Christine: 224 Romo, David: 191 Romo, Manuel: 191 Romo, Oscar: 135 Romo, Paul: 128,210 Romo, Reynaldo: 210 Romo, Rudy: 224 Rosales, Rosales, Mary Ann: 171 Marylou: 243 Rosas, Manuel: 224 Rosenberg, Jeff: 224 Rosenberg, Shelley: 192 Ross, Arthur: 243 Ross, Brenda: 210 Ross, Charles: 135 Ross, Mrs, Edna: 37 Ross, Linda: 192 Rossini, Antoinette: 192 Rossini, Chris: 105,210 Rossini, Francis: 224 gc Q ' L 1 i 'i', .f : M., Q Q. Q "" 4 1 , , g . I rsslss iiisr 1 . it Jr. "Mrs, Chase," the dummy used by the nursing class, sub- make her more comfortable. Student Nursing was a new stituted for a patient as two prospective nurses tried to course offered to senior girls only. Roth, Steve: 192 Row, Mrs. Wendy: 33 Rowe, Danny: 112 Rowland, Gus: 244 Rubin, Robert: 192 Rubinstein, Dove: 128,224 Rubinstein, Richard: 192 Rubio, Dora: 210 Rubio, George: 137,192 Rubio, Robert: 244 Rucker, Mary Ann: 192 Ruelas, Frank: 225 Rodri uez Anna: 191 Pompa, Linda: 242 Pope, Gail: 209 Porter, Don: 191 Postillion, Frank: 59,142,154,209 Powell, Arthur: 191 Powell, Monica: 224 Powell, Vikki: 124,191 Pratt, Mary: 111,209 Preciado, Peggy: 209 Prentice, Mr. Don: 27 Preston, Mr. Lomond: 16 Price, David: 191 Price: Delano: 84,114,138,139,224 PRINCIPAL: 15 Priser, Karol: 224 Provo, Chris: 242 S lvia S.: 191 Przybyl, Purdie, Purdie, Mrs. Violet: 33 Clara: 177,191 Lilli: 104,209 Purvis, Debbi: 46,176,224 Purvis, Patti: 47,177,191 Q QUARTERLY: 98 Quesada, Sylvia: 191 Qmaelzedo, Diane: 46,58,68,82,86,172,174, Quevedo, Theresa: 105,111,209 Quihuis, Alice: 224 Quihuis, Albert: 161 Quihuis, Becky: 209 Quihuis, Richard: 191 Quiiada, Anna: 209 Quiiada, Olga: 209 Quinlan, Anna: 172,242 Quintana, Anthony: 21,242 Quintas, Gloria: 105,222,224 Redding, David: 224 Redding, Mrs. Marsha: 15 Redmond, Jean: 243 Redmond, Joe: 137,149,191 Redmond, John: 142,146,209 Reece, Betz: 172,243 Reed, Alonzo: 154,209 Reed, Althea: 209 Reed, Curtis: 209 Reed, Edward: 191 Reed, Linda: 224 Reed, Louise: 125,191 Reed, Pat: 224 Reed, Robin: 169,191 Reed, Terry: 191 Reed, Wayne: 191 Reever, Gregory: 224 Reid, Gwen: 224 Reid, Pam: 224 Reidy, Mary: 5o,5e,99,224 Reidy, Therese: 191 Reis, Mary Ann: 101,167,224 Remily, Kay: 171,243 Rendon, Esther: 191 Rendon, Sally: 191 Renteria, Alfredo: 191 Reyes, Alice: 110,224 Reyes, Cindy: 191 Reyes, Joe: 209 Reynolds, Penny: 224 Rhodeas, Belinda: 243 Rhodes, Mr. Lynn: 18,30,31,49 Rich, John: 191 Richards, Barry: 191 Richards: Karen: 61,94,111,115,174,243 Richards, Mike: 191 Richelson, Gary: 109,191 Richelson, Harv: 108,109,224 Richins, Wynona: 224 Rico, Delia: 209 Rico, George: 157,224 Riddell, Lacy: 191 Ridgely, Chambers: 224 Riesgo, Armando: 191 Riesgo, Benny: 30,209 Riesgo, David: 224 Riesgo, Debbie: 209 Riesgo Frances: 209 Quiroz, Angie: 242 Quiroz, Armando: 191 Quiroz, Bobby: 209 Qugrgz, Liz: 82,112,114,115,172,174,232, 4 Quiroz, Margaret: 243 Quiroz, Martha: 191 Quiroz, Mickie: 105,112,115,209 Quiroz, Pauline: 191 Quiroz, Richard: 136,154,209 Quiroz, Robert: 137,155,191 Rada, S R ylvia: 128,243 Rae, Mrs. Grace: 21,111 Rallis, Amanda: 224 Rallis, Barbara: 197,209 Ramirez, Carmen: 105,224 Ramirez, Frankie: 209 Ramirez, Gustavo: 209 Ramirez, Hector: 161,224 Ramirez, Hector L. 224 Ramirez, Hector R.: 103,224 Ramirez, Joe: 24 Ramirez, Luis: 191 Ramirez, Manny: 128,224 Ramirez, Mary Alice: 209 Ramirez, Mary Esther: 242 Ramirez, Yolanda: 124,243 Ramos, Albert: 103,209 Ramos, Gilbert: 143,155,191 Ramos, Grace: 224 Ramos, John: 209 Ramos, Patsy: 209 Rangel, Hector: 149,191 Rangel, Olivia: 209 Rau David: 191 Rauh, Kathy: 123,177,209 Riesgo, George: 115,157,243 Riesgo, Jimmy: 224 Riesgo, Martha: 191 Riesgo, Pat: 224 Riesgo Rosemary: 224 Rigg, Anne: 209 Riggin, Dennis: 224 Riggins, Larri: 191 Riggs, Denise: 243 Riley, Bonnie: 104,209 Riley, Charles: 224 Riley, Darlene: 191 Riley, David: 128,158,224 Riley, Harold: 128,224 Rintola, Tom: 24,55,61,108,243 Rios, Bill: 209 Rios, Joe: 209 Rios, Miss Mary Louise: 22,23 Ray, John: 243 Ray, Mike: 105,209 Ray, Roy: 136,209 Rea, Maria: 209 Read, David: 123 Rebravich, Mr. John: 37 RED CROSS COUNCIL: 50 Redd, Ada: 191 Rivera, Barbara: 128,224 Rivera, Carole: 191 Rivera, Louis: 191 Rivera, Lydia: 191 Rivera, Richard: 191 Rivera, Victor: 136,148,209 Rivera, Walter: 191 Rivero, Mary: 209 Rivers, Garth: 191 Roberts, Shirley: 224 Robinson, Mrs. Betty: 42 Robinson, Dan: 69,243 Robles, Adela: 224 Robles Carlos: 224 Robles Carmen: 243 Robles Danny: 191 Robles, Francisco: 191 Robles, Frank: 224 Robles, George: 191 Robles, Henry: 224 Robles, Irene: 191 Robles, Isobel: 191 Robles, Joe: 148,224 Robles, Judy: 224 Robles, Lydia: 224 Robles, Manuel: 155,191 Robles, Manuel F.: 224 Robles, Priscilla: 209 Robles, Rosita: 191 Roda, Roseanne: 112,115,24O,243 Roda, Mr. Tony: 16,17,115 RODEO QUEEN: 86 RODEO QUEEN ATTENDANTS: 87 Rodgers, Dee Dee: 209 Rodgers, Rita: 243 9 : Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriquez, Ruelas, Ignacio: 155,192 Ruiz, Bill: 244 Ruiz, Bobby: 123,225 Ruiz, David: 125,128,222,22 Ruiz, Dolores: 210 Ruiz, Frances: 244 Ruiz, Mack: 124,192 Ruiz, Manny: 244 Ruiz, Moria: 210 Ruiz, Mike: 244 Ruiz, Molly: 225 Ruiz, Norma: 192 Ruiz, Rosario: 192 Ruiz, Virginia: 225 Rushing, Cathy: 192 Rusk, Mr. Robert: 14,37 Russell, Hubert: 192 Russell, Joan: 244 Russell, Patti: 177,192 5 Anna Nl.: 191 Armando: 191 Cecilia: 224 David David Elsa: Emilio Frank Frank : 191 B.: 191 243 : 191 R.: 162,224 S.: 224 Jeannie: 224 209 Jesus: Joe C. : 136,210 Joe G.: 191 John: Louie: Louis: 191 128,243 Rust, Mrs. Katherine: 27 Rutter, Mr. Andrew: 23 Ryland, Molly: 192 Ryland, Pat: 210 S Saba, Mr. Jean: 31 Sadlouskos, Rosemary: 244 Soenz, Edward: 192 Soenz, Mario: 156,225 Soenz, Norma: 105,128,210 Soenz, Robert: 192 Saenz, Ruben: 156,225 Soenz, Tony: 128,210 Sage, Miss Kathleen: 34 137,191 Lucy: 224 Maria: 224 Mark: 101,224 Peter: 224 Rachel: 124 Roy: 115,243 Richard A.: 128,243 Richard R.: 243 Rosemary: 191 Rudy: 224 Santos: 191 Silvia: 224 Stella: 210 Steve: 210 Sylvia N.: 191 Y Louis: 210 Roeding, Charlene: 191 Rogers, David: 224 Rogers, Patricia: 243 Rollings, Betsy: 191 Roman, John: 191 Romero, Angel: 191 Romero, Beniamin: 191 Romero, Carmelo: 224 Romero, Christine: 210 Romero, Danny: 115,157,243 Romero, David: 144,146,156,224 Romero, Diana: 191 Romero, Dionisio: 191 Romero, Eddie: 210 Romero, Elaine: 191 Romero, Elizabeth: 191 Romero, Ernesto: 210 Romero, Eva: 101,243 Romero, Fernando: 243 Romero, Hope: 243 Romero, Liz: 224 Romero, Marie: 210 Romero, Mary: 210 Romero, Mike: 191 Romero, Norma: 224 Romero, Olivia: 210 Romero, Patsy: 191 Romero, Pete: 146,156,224 Romero, Ray: 210 Romero, Robert: 210 Romero, Ronnie: 243 Salomon, Don: 123,210 Salas, Al: 244 Salas, Belen: 210 Salas, Jesse: 192 Salas, Richard: 154,210 Salazar, Carol: 128,225 Salazar, Frank: 225 Salazar, Mary Lou: 210 Salazar, Ralph: 210 Salazar, Rose Mary: 244 Salazar, Salcido, Salcido, Salcido, Salcido, Salcido, Saldivar, Saldivar Salgado, Salgado, Salgado, Yolanda: 210 Alex: 244 Cecilia: 225 Jerry: 225 Lupe: 192 Wayne: 192 Gloria: 225 Patsy: 192 Joe: 225 Rosita: 225 Yvonne: 192 Salisbury, Angela: 210 Salmon, Eleazar: 192 Salonic, Linda: 192 Salonic, Miriam: 94,225 Salt, Tully: 210 Salvador, Arcadio: 225 Salvatierro, Laura: 211 Salzer, Miss Jeanne: 23 Samaniego, Henry: 32,244 Samaniego, Theresa: 192 Samorano, Sammy: 152,225 Sams, Susan: 225 Sanchez, Bertha: 125,192 Sanchez, Mr. Cy: 42 Sanchez, Jerry: 128,211 Sanchez, Joe: 225 Sanchez, Jose: 211 Sanchez, Juliette: 225 Sanchez, Liliana: 166,228,232,244 Sanchez, Louie: 211 Sanchez, Louisa: 113,124,192 Sanchez, Lucille: 225 Sanchez, Marie: 211 Sanchez, Olga: 225 Sanchez, Oscar: 211 Sanchez, Rafaela: 125,192 Sanchez, Sylvia: 225 Sanchez, Victor: 136,154,192 Romero, Sylvia: 243 Romero, Tonie: 224 Romero, Tony: 162,224 Romero, Vic: 243 Sanders, Beniie: 135,146,225 Sandin, Mr. Robert: 37 Sandoval, Bertha: 244 Sandoval, Billy: 192 Sandoval, Lorraine: 192 Sandoval, Paul: 211 Santa Cruz, Rachel: 245 Smith Santa Maria, Sally: 225 Santamarina, Helen: 193 Santamarina, Johnny: 193 Santamarina, Linda: 193 Santamarina Lupita: 193 Sloan, Kathy: 123 T Santa Marina, Mike: 211 Santos, Alva: 225 Sarkiss, Van: 78 Sautley, Roger: 193 Saufley, Tommy: 225 Scanland, Brian: 158,214,225 Scaratiotti, Pete: 193 Schaede, Barry: 193 Schaming, Patty: 211 Schenck, Nancy: 225 Schiever, Bob: 245 Schleiger, Jim: 137,193 Schmitz, John: 29,245 Schneiker, Conrad: 108,211 Schneiker, Kathy: 'l13g116,193 Schnepp, Jeff: 164,22 Scholcz, Edwin: 109,211 Schroff, Larry: 245 Schwellnus, Helga: 124,211 Scott, Kirk: 211 Scott, Nancy: 59,107,211 Scott, Peggy: 58,128,225 Scoville, Miss Carol: 41,172,173 Seaman, Rebecca: 211 Seamands, Mrs. Lois: 31 Seaton, Bill: 245 Seballos, Pauline: 167,172,245 Sebring, Kent: 46,56,115,133,135,151, 152,245 Sedlack, Donna: 128,225 Segerstrom, Mr. Ed: 37,79,117 Segura, Sylvia: 226 Seidl, Tekla: 99,107,226 Selby, Robert: 53,61,245 SENATE YOUTH: SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: 228 Senn, Polly: 211 Senn, Tom: 193 Senter, Vicki: 125,128,245 Sepulveda, David: 149,193 Sepulveda, Luis: 193 Serrano, Maria: 211 Severock, Angie: 193 Severs, Vernelle: 211 Shaffer, Mark: 211 Sharpe, Elizabeth: 193 Shaw, Bruce: 49,226 Shaw, Fred: 123,211 Shaw, Gaye: 226 Shaw, Pierre: 136,154,211 Shearer, Sandy: 226 Shedrick, Harold: 211 Sheehan, Mr. Edward: 31 Shelar, Natalie: 58,98,123,232,245 Shenkarow, Nancy: 68,82,111,115,174, 245 Shenkarow, Richard: 193 Sheraw, Nancy: 106,226 Shift, Suzanne: 97,226 Shirley, Mrs. Dorothy: 27,71 Shivers, Carolyn: 211 Sholley, Gary: 211 Shores, John: 193 Shoumaker, Margaret: 54,61,245 Shuckerow, Nancy: 113,125,193 Sian, Pat: 193 Sicre, Martha: 105,226 Sierra, Ray: 148 Sievers, Jerry: 104,193 Sievert, Kevin: 59,106,124,158,204,211 Siliced, Steve: 193 Silvas, Josie: 193 Silvas, Walter: 245 Simental, Edmundo: 245 Simental, Joe: 155,193 Simkins, Byron: 116,211 Simmons, Wallace: 141,226 Simons, Randy: 97,245 Simpson, Dorothy: 193 Simpson, Kathleen:'226 Sivilli, Bill: 211 SKI CLUB: 107 Smith, Michael: 193 Smith, Mitchell: 136,145,211 Smith, Richard: 161,211 Smith, Royce: 193 Smith, Ruby: 193 Smith, Steve: 135 Smith Susie: 94,105,226 Smith: Thomas: 193 Smith , vicki A.: 193 Vicki L.: 193 smzfhi Willie: 148 smafhs, Holly: 105,211 Smithson, Debra: 180,193 Snell, Kenneth: 226 Snyder, Mary: 193 Snyder, Suzy: 123,226 Sobye, Gerry: 193 Saika, Ellen: 211 Soltero, Dina: 115,167,226 Soltero, Elma: 193 SONGLEADERS: 174 Sontag, Alice: 103,211 Sooter, Christine: 211 Sooter, Jennifer: 211 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Soqui, Tony: 211 Sorrell, Betty: 245 Tapia, Sam: 226 Tarazon, Blanca: 194 Tarazon, Joe: 211 Tatum, Mike: 194 Tautimer, Tony: 194 Tawil, Sara: 226 Taylor, Allyson: 58,104,226 Taylor, Don: 111,116,121,123,226 Taylor Mr. John: 27 Taylor, Melanie: 194 Taylor, Misti: 194 Teal, Gary: 245 Tellez, Mr. Frank: 43 Tellez, Joaquin: 211 Tellez, Julie: 211 Tellez, Ron: 76,115,139,245 Tellez, Rosalia: 226 TENN TENN is, BoYs': 164 is, GIRLS': 166 Teran, Dora: 245 Teran: Maria: 123,226 TERPSICHOROS: 173 Terrel I, Robert: 226 Terrazas, Gilda: 194 Skinner, Alex: 193 Skinner, Arlene: 226 Skinner, Barbara: 211 Skinner, Bettie: 211 Skinner, Robert: 226 Sladek, Donna: 193 Slankard, Sharon: 104,211 Slaughter, Russell: 123,211 Slonaker, Susan: 128,226 Small, Mary Ann: 245 Smalling, Lee: 211 Smalling, Susan: 193 Soto Albert: 245 Soto' Annette: 211 Soto, Anthony: 193 Soto, Barbara: 211 Soto, Charles: 136,193 Soto, Frances: 193 Soto, Frank: 155,193 Soto, Josefa: 226 Soto, Manny: 193 Soto, Mary: 211 Soto, Michael: 226 Soto, Philip: 193 Soto, Rudy: 226 Soto, Sally: 193 Soto, Sandy: 96,226 Soto, Soto Teresa: 106,211 Yolanda: 21 I Souther, Babette: 211 Souther, Mari: 193 Terry, Vivian: 245 Tharp, Don: 5B,I25,128,245 Tharp, Tom: 211 THESPIAN SOCIETY: 119 Thibodeau, Gerri: 194 Thomas, Doris: 226 Thomas, Jean: 123,246 Thomas, Lowell: 194 Thompson, Albert: 194 Thompson, Clyde: 211 Thompson, Gloria: 194 Thompson, James: 137,194 Thompson, Jeanne: 194 Thompson, Kathy: 211 Thompson, Linda: 211 Thompson, Mona: 226 Thompson, Richard: 226 Thompson, Winifred: 226 Smith 1 Brenda: 193 Smith, Charlene: 226 Smith Chrya: 193 Smith Donald: 115,I35,152,245 Smith Elissa: 193 Smith, Miss Frances: 16,18 Smith, Mr. Harry: 18,39,135,157 Smith, Hazel: 245 Smith, Kay: 105,211 Smith Leah: 193 Smith Margaret: 105,168,193 Smithi Mary Alice: 123,193 Fran Montenegro attempted Gymnastics teacher Mrs. Tilghman spotted while an eagle-straddle vault over the top bar ofthe uneven parallels. Soza, Debra: 193 Soza, Phil: 136,148,211 Sparks, Linda: 193 Spears, William: 211 Spiegel, Marc: 117,226 Stafford, John: 193 STAGEHANDS: 117 Stan, Mr. Virgil: 41,136,137 Stanich, Mikel: 211 Stanich, Stanley: 103,158,226 Stanton, Chuck: 162,163,226 Stanton, Terry: 211 STAR-CITIZEN REPORTERS: 102 Stark, Danielle: 50,112,226 Stark, Deborah: 124,211 Stark, Dorothy: 245 Steele, Bruce: 125,128,226 Steele, Mr. Charles: 34,126,171 Steichen, Sue: 211 Stein, Linda: 245 Steiner, Joe: 27,109,180 Steinhoff, Mike: 29,108,109,245 Steinhoft, Sarah: 226 Stellburg, Susan: 211 Stension, Janice: Stension, Linda: 172,245 193 Stephens, Diana: 104,211 Sterns, Pat: 226 Stevenson, John: Stevenson, Richa Stewart, Stewart, Stewart, Stewart, Stewart, Stickley, Stickley, Alana: Lance: Miss La Myron: 146,226 rd: 135,245 245 193 urie: 23 193 Thelma: 226 193 Linda: Martin: 226 Still, Carol: 123,172,226 Stone, John: 211 Stone, Wayne: 1 Stopa, Kathy: 211 Stopa, Linda: 245 Strickland, Larry: 245 25,128,134 Thomsen, Marye: 125,211 Thorne, Evalyn: 124,246 Thornton, Dwight: 128,134,145,146,226 Thorpe, Joe: 211 Thorpe, Kathy: 246 Thorup, Cathy: 194 Throll, Neil: 246 Thygesen, Dennis: 134,226 Tidrington, Camille: 194 Tilghman, Mrs. Margaret: 41 Tilton, Charles: 227 Tineo, Irma: 227 Tipling, Ralph: 211 Tisdale: Gilbert: 194 Tisdale, Theron: 211 Todd, Mr. Charles: 34,110 Todd, Chrystal: 110,125,194 Todoli, Gianna: 80,81,106,246 Toland, Brad: 128,246 Toland, Chris: 194 Toledo, Dora: 227 Tom, Belle: 46,50,51,56,61,94,105,108, 240,246 Tom, Daniel: 194 Tom, Helen: 211 Tom, John: 136,211 Tom, William: 59,161,211 Tomlinson, Karen: 211 Torres, Armando: 194 Torres, Martin: 211 Torres: Sara: 128,211 Torress, Johnny: 212 Toto, Christine: 212 Toto, Margaret: 246 Touche, Charles: 227 Touche, Laura: 177,188,194 Touseull, Jack: 117,227 Tovar, Sally: 194 Tovar, Tony: 105,127,128,246 Towne, Anne: 59,107,212 TRACK, FRESHMAN: 149 TRACK, JUNIOR VARSITY: 148 TRACK, VARSITY: 146 TRADITIONS COMMITTEE: 49 Traslavina, Jo: 212 Travers, Wally: 194 Traylor, Larry: 103,128,212 Strongin, Tim: 137,149,193 STUDENT BODY OFFICERS: 46 STUDENT COUNCIL: 47 Stump, Alan: 193 Suarez, Eloina: 226 Suarez, Stephen: 211 Sugarman, Kenneth: 226 Sumerau, Allen: 226 Sumner, Bill: 193 Sutterley, Keith: 115,164,16s,226 Swadner Mr. Matthew: 37 Swanson, Bob: 226 Swanson, Valerie: 226 Sweeney, Mrs. Kay: 41 avid: 245 SWIMMING: 158 Swinford, Lynn: 193 Swinford, Steve: 193 Switzer, Paul: 128,226 Sylvester, Penny: 211 Sweet, D Syyan, R Traylor, Shirley: 227 Treat, Treat, Cindy: 123,194 Mary Alice: 105,123,227 Treffs, Miss Jo Anne: 38 Trego Jim: 125128157246 Treio,' Anna: 212 I I Treio, Blanca: 212 Treio, Eugene: 194 Treio, Josephine: 212 Treio, Nick: 212 Treio, Rosenna: 105,194 Trifan, Donna: 59,212 Trigg, Miss Sandy: 41,171,177 Triste, Santos: 246 on: 194 Szach, Victoria: 194 Tabor, Pamela: 104,194 Tadeo, Annabelle: 211 Tadeo, Rebecca: 226 Takagi, Mike: 211 Takagi, Paul: 226 Tang, Eugene: 115,134,245 Tapia, Ben: 211 Tapia, Bernie: 115,162 Tapia, Joey: 226 Tapia, Rebecca: 211 Truiillo, Diana: 82,172,174,246 Truiillo, Eddie: 194 Truiillo, John: 137,194 Truiillo, Juanita: 106,194 Truiillo, Stephen: 128,227 Tucker, Peter: 194 TUCSONIAN: 94 TUCSONIAN QUEEN: 75 TUCSONIAN QUEEN ATTENDANTS: 74 Tugade, Tommy: 246 Tupiken, Joisefina: 212 Turner, Caroline: 227 Turner, Carolyn: 128,246 Turner, Chris: 212 Turner, Helen: 227 Turner, Kay: 28 TWIRLERS: 171 TWIRP KING: 84 Tye, Carol: 246 Tye, Herschel: 212 Tyler, Damona: 123,246 Tyler, Nick: 212 176,247 U Underwood, Julie: 124,227 Upshaw, Richard: 49,246 Urbaleio Erma: 212 Urias, Albert: 227 Urias, Arthur: 212 Urias, Erlinda: 212 Valles, Jenny: 212 Valverde, Carolina: 212 Valverde, Robert: 149,194 Vance, Vicki: 53,56,58,61,68,74,94,115, Van Der Aa, Jim: 123,212 Van Der Aa, Kay: 194 Van De Werken, Geertie: 227 Waggoner, Patsy: 212 Wagner, Christine: 194 Wagner, Mr. Stanley: 23 Waite, Mr. John: 25,104 Waitt, Shari: 168,212 Waitt, Stephen: 227 Waldren, Paul: 136,148,212 Waldren, Roberta: 110,194 Wiles, Marshall: 150,152,227 Wiley, Jennifer: 212 Wilkerson, Darla: 195 Wilkerson, Denise: 227 Warren Urias, lrene: 227 Urias, Lorraine: 212 Urrea, Anita: 227 Urrea, Chris: 194 Urrea, Joe: 212 Van De Werken, John: 247 Van Leeuven, Walter: 247 Varela, Ida: 194 Varnado, Oscar: 123,194 Vasile, John: 115,164,165,227 Walker, Larry: 148,212 Walker, Ronnie: 194 Walker, Susan: 128,212 Walker, Susan E.: 46,58,95,176,227 Walmer, Richard: 212 Ward, Diane: 227 Ward, Larry: 194 Ward, Mary: 194 Warner, Cindy: 177,194 Warner, Kathi: 172,221 Warren, Mr. Donald: 31 Warren, Mrs. Marilyn: 19,38 Tom: 115,135,227 Wilkey, Francis: 227 Wilkinson, Brad: 227 Willhoite, Mary: 212 Williams, Albert: 195 Williams, Billy: 213 Williams , Cathie: 195 Williams, Davina: 213 Williams, John: 158,227 Williams, Margaret: 106,123,227 Williams, Margie: 213 Williams, Mary: 227 Williams, Michael: 109,213 Williams, Ruby: 227 Willis, Mrs. Helen: 41 Willis, Larry: 195 Willis, Paula: 106,213 Willson, Harry: 213 Warrior, Andrew: 143,194 Washington, Weldon: 227 Wasley, Judy: 107,227 Wasley, Tracy: 194 Waters, Mary: 212 Wilmar, Richard: 123 Wilmore, Jim: 195 Wilson, Mrs. Beverly: 31 Wilson, Carol: 195 Wilson Cecilia: 213 Vasquez, Francisco: 227 V Vasquez, Frank R.: 194 Vasquez, Frank T.: 125,128,247 Valaaez' BenYi 2l2 Vasquez, Genevieve: 212 Valadez, David: 156,227 Vasquez Jaseph, 227 Valaaez' Eugenel 246 Vasquez' Rachel: 227 Valadez, Susan: 105,194 Vasauezj Vidar: 128 Valdeneglo' Alben: 246 Vassiliev, Walter: 227 Valdenegro, Eddie: 137,155,194 Vazaaaz Vida,-. 212 Valdez, Alex: 246 Vega Jaws. QQ Valdez, Blas: 142,154,212 Vega' Jasefgm Valdez, Carmen: 194 Vega' pa1e,. 194 Valdez, Elizabeth: 246 Vaaai philia: 212 Valaez' laar 246 Vega, Sandie: 106,247 Valdez' -lannf 2l2 Velasco, Beniamina: 194 Valdez' -lal'lnnYi 249 Velasco, Gerardo: 212 Valdez, Juli G2 212 Valdez, Lydia: 247 Valdez, Ricardo: 227 Valdez, Richard: 212 Valdez, Roy: 227 Velasco, Yolanda: 212 Velez, Manuel: 247 Velez, Tony: 155,194 Ventura, Esthela: 212 Ventura, Jose: 212 Watkins, George: 227 Watkins, Jackie: 227 Watson, Eric: 135,145,146,227 Watson, Michael: 142,154,212 Watson, Norvell: 142,148,149,212 Watson, Roscoe: 227 Weaver, James: 194 Weaver, Joan: 58,94,227 Wilson, Debra: 195 Wilson, Gloria: 195 Wilson, Mr. Lawrence: 31 Wilson, Marie: 227 Wimberly, Gilbert: 227 Winders, Dale: 124,195 Winders, Greg: 213 Wingate, Miss Edith: 27 Winsor, Janet: 195 Winsor, Nancie: 125,128,213 Winsor, Sandy: 213 Witherspoon, Cherry: 195 Withey, Maureen: 104,227 Wittels, Betty: 50,96,104,227 Wittels, Carol: 195 Wittels, Sylvia: 59,213 Wolf, Les: 213 Wolf, Suzanne: 227 Wolf, Terry: 227 Wolsfeld, Paul: 195 Wong, Billy: 36,227 Wong, Jeanne: 247 Won Jo Ann: 59,104,213 9: Wong, Louis: 213 Wong, M iss Tiny Mae: 18,31 Wood, Alan: 98,99,111,247 Wood, Debbie: 227 Valdez' ROY: l94 Verde, Rachel: 194 Weaver, Miss Marynel: 43 Valdez, Sammy' 194 verduge, Rey: 227 Webb, Jeeh: 212 Valeflega: David: 212 verddge, Susie: 100,101,247 Webb, Margaret: 212 Valenefar Mallanal 227 Verdugo, Terry: 247 Webb, Petrice: 194 Valenefa' Nlaeeef 247 verduzee, Edward: 227 Webb, sdrh: 134 Valencla' Nalallel 2l2 Verduzco, Richard: 212 Weiler, Patricia: 28,168,194 Valellclaf Rlcllalai l94 Vermette, Barbara: 212 Weiner, Liz: 97,111,247 Valente, Armando: 136,212 Versakos, Nanci: 167,212 Weissberger, Josh: 123,212 Valenti' laeeanl 227 Vidal, Arlene: 212 Weisz, udh: 61,94,loa,247 Valenfl' Karen: 2l2 Vidal, John: 194 Weisz, Ruth: 28,194 Valenzuela' Abram: 101247 Vidal, Robert: 227 Welch, Mr. Willierri: 37 Valenzuela' Barbara' 212 ville, Ernie: 212 Wellborn, Jeffrey: 107,117,194 Valenzuela' Bal2f.l94 Villa, Jerry: 52,61,94,247 Wells, Timetria: 212 Valenzuela' Caa'l'a2 l94 Villalobos, Diana: 212 Wells, rlrrrerhy: 227 Valenzuela' Clollldel. l94 Villasenor, Bob: 212 Wells, Zada: 194 Valenzuela' Canaanaanf 2l2 Villasenor, Juenifd: 194 Wesher, Peel: 194 Valenzuela' Davlal l29'l42'2l2 Villasenor, Victor: 227 West, Wendy: 212 Valenzuela' Glalla: al'82'a7'97'll5'l76' Villegas, Daniel: 142,212 Westervelt, Mr. William: 41,161 l77'240'247 Villegas, Diana: 247 Wezelman, Barbara: 111,124,194 Valenzuela' lfma A-2 124194 villegee, Magdalena: 194 Wezelrhdri, lim: 59,164,212 Valenzuela' llnla RJ 227 Villegas, Sylvia: 212 Wheaton, Dianne: 212 Valenzuela' leabelz l94 Vingochea, Rafael: 247 Wheeland, Dale: 195 Valenzuela' lealeel B-1 212 Virgil, Charles: 136,148,212 Wheeler, Timothy: 107,227 Valenzuela' Jai l94 VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL ciuss or Wheelock, Pam: 212 Va'enzUe'a'lal1n2 l94 AMERlCA: 113 Whelchel, Reee: 195 Valenzuela' lnl'Fn 2l2 Volz, Ahh: 172,222,227 White, Mr. Jim: 41 Valenzuela' lane: '94 Vought, Leland: 227 Whife, Jim: 227 Valenzuela' MannY1 l94 Vowels, Liz: 96,172,227 White, Joe: 227 Valenzuela, Nicky: 137,155,194 Whhe M, Jael, 27 Valenzuela, Olivia: 247 White' Mike, 3,i1I92'l2 Valenzuela, Richard: 194 w Whmag Mr' Marionz 29 Valenzuela' Teffvf 227 Waddell, Connie: 104,212 Wilder, Jee: 56,58,98,l25,128,244,247 Valenzuela. Tony: 212 Waddell, Ddvid: 112,247 Wnes Greg: 2:2 Vallela, GEOYQGI 194 Waddell, Susan: 212 Wilesf Lonnie: 37,195 Each school day many bicycle wheels were wedged into Cars were the most popular form of transportation but the parking stalls at the south end of the tennis courts. bicycles proved to be more economical. Woodland, Irene: 227 Woolson, Carol: 247 Wooten, Ronald: 213 Workman, Melanie: 35,247 Workman, Tom: 195 Worthy, Ronnie: 142,148,213 Wortman, Jerry: 105,195 Wortman, Robert: 99,105,112,227 WRESTLING TEAM: 162 Wright, Betty 247 Wright, Lawrence: 137,247 Wright, Sandra: 128,227 Wuerschmidt, Miss Elaine: 23 Wynn, Mrs. Judith: 41 Wysong, Daniel: 227 Y Yanez, Angie: 123,247 Yanez, David: 213 Yanez, Denis: 247 Yanez Nellie: 195 Yanez: Sara: 213 Yarbrough, Lesley: 213 Ybarra, Angie: 213 Ybarra, Cruz: 247 Ybarra, Kathie: 227 Ybarra, Leonor: 195 Ybarra, Rosemary: 213 Yeoman, Steve: 85,143,195 Yeung, John: 195 Yeung, Mary: 124,227 Yoho, Debbie: 213 York, Coralie: 213 Young, Young, Young, Young, Young, Benny: 124,227 Debbie: 47,128,213 George: 247 Johnny: 195 Madelyn: 88,111,174,227 Young, Mike: 195 Youngblood, Janice: 123,227 Yourgulez, Fernando: 227 Yribe, Alice: 213 Yribe, Arthur: 247 Yribe, David: 195 Yrigolla, Evelyn: 213 Yrigolla, Mike: 195 Yslas, Angel: 195 Yslava, George: 195 Yslava, Gloria: 166,213 Z Zagona, Edie: 61,96,102,111,247 Zagona, Karen: 170,174,227 Zagona, Salvatore: 195 Zarate, Ruben: 195 Zozueta Armando: 103 Zazueta, Armida: 227 Zazueta, Josie: 247 Zozueta, Pat: 171,213 Zozueta Richard: 213 Zebell, Gayle: 227 Zeidler, Diane: 210 Zeidman, Mr. Donald: 33 Zepeda, Lydia: 213 Zepeda, Manny: 134,152,247 Zielbauer, Gary: 195 Zimmerman, Marc: 56,61,228,247 Zimmerman, Mike: 59,128,162,197 213 Zschech, Betty: 195 Zuniga, Hector: 227 Acknowledgments This pictorial history, the 1968 T ucsonian, was compiled by a dedicated staff who never could have made this book a reality without the help of our adviser, Miss Kathleen Sage. The staff sincerely thanks fohn Ray for his contribution of the seal on the front cover. Further appreciation is extended to the administration, the faculty, Cactus Chronicle, the student body, Mardis Studios, H ennington Studios, Tucson Daily Citizen and N ewsfoto Publishing Company for helping us in the production of this yearbook. Editor-in-Chief ............ Debbie Costin Business Manager ......... Kathleen Crane Office Managers . . Belle Tom, Phyllis Grace Opening ......... Vicki Vance, Dan Weisz Curriculum . . . Pat Linkenbach, Susie Smith Student Life . . . Susan Walker, ,loan Weaver Activities ..... Karen Richards, Irene Mann Sports .......... J im Barr, Richard Miller Girls' Sports ......... Louise McLaughlin Classes ....... Jeff Brown, Miriam Salonic Index ...................... Sylvia Lee Photography Coordinator ...... .lerry Villa Adviser ............. Miss Kathleen Sage .REEMERLS


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