Tucson High School - Tucsonian Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

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NSQIX ALL AM i 'Do ik5oYc5Q1L3X ..- 1 ERlC,qN National Schoiasfic Press Association ournaism ui! in 18 J i B Qi g Unsvgrnsiy of Mmnesoia Minneapoiis, M nesol 55455 Un i-ooafvnSJUJXkQ9- Nineteen Hundred Sixty- Nine Tnesonian Published by the students of Tucson High School, Tucson, Arizona Curriculum Student Government and Honors Activities Sports Student Life Classes Index Acknowledgments ii , N 3 I 7 I 'I I ,gli tw ?gfEg1LgV f , i?f5:,g E, K 0 3 We , ..-1 gm V Mfr-. ,ffl A 2+-1 ,N , A ,tts Vx .. ml fe ,lib W' Q f!?t-,A fx s Y -K' A ' H ' ,, 2 f Q ,gf S ,, lqk 5 . L, 1 ,,fxv ..vrgE!i' 'Z 1 qw ' f fx 2 MOMENTS Viewing the time of inspecting our surroundings, in retrospect MOMENTS we find ourselves of loyalty, involved in a way of lzfe friendshql, unique to Tucson High. and learning The pages of this yearbook jqlled the days tell the story and months of a span of time of the year- and the MOMENTS nineteen hundred sixty-nine. mggt important to us all. wg WF A ,ia-'lli li K f dv ,gms , i ,. ,. ' all Q W ei 1: 2, as E 2 K W e viewed the three massive buildings on our campus in ci new perspective. We saw them not only as structures, but as the essence of Tucson High School Vs, , J Q X QQ, ' V as . , .yy k Ng 3.8595 mg? Wg, , , 7 'ii' . we f 2397 Our school was the place where we forrned relationshws that would remain with us forever. Those of us still a part of the school and graduates stepping out on their own found that people who were once only acquaintances became friends that we would neverforget in the years to come. :Sn wx ffl? 9225 si2i3SiEgig'E ug! we 29 Each of its felt a loyalty to ourselves and our school. An, idea of unity inspired its to uphold the traditions of red and white and the Badger that symbolized strength and courage. 9 We strove for mental and physical excellence along with a better understanding of ourselves and the people around us. The year, jhlled with our learning and growing, seerned to pass within a few MOMENTS. 5 N,,,,5i5.,?hgM ,, . ,, ws E35 www qigzffwf iz Q 4 SX S2 ww" A fmmgb mg, ,S V , .vsflszk LL-q,.w'4U:'wL,.e. , 1' 5 ,.,,w,.,,, an Wx Km fi .. , F ,. 1- a-gamf ,A-.-QM 112 - 1 ff Nl' A' ,, :H -L :fo :-.1-,,,.,41-J:-:,5:-,', gin.',,giglr-w.s:L'52:Q,f'xx1 ',.',,',, 51- 5 ' sWg,i1Q ,415 il F " . Qzlifffafilg,i,Qp:A.Lfi'fQz1M-,wESx-: vI'99253Ff'- 'iwm-'ff:ff:Q'f'L'A -' ' A A W 3 : , ff, a:.,:. '43 -A . . ,L Lf J' .- -, ,, H if V . . - N 1 W mf? E -' 'f . Q . ' ' . H 'X Ms f ,W W 25v,,H,,.g J Q ,. W Curriculum Principal and Dean striding down the hall, poems and classic novels to read, homework, teachers, books, repeating lessons in the language lab, test tube scrubbing, experiments and data pages, tests, quizzes in geometry, algebra, dressing out in physical education, music, art and 'les' i s l l vocational classes, new facts, startling discoveries . . . M UMEN TS of knowledge and growth. 12 ' 1 Q 4 E ft' .A ,: ' Observing the Tucson High School campus during one of their spare moments, assistant principals Derald Hendrickson and John Mallamo discussed school problems. any -.mx db. .A Assistant Principal Derald Hendrickson Assistant Principal John Mallamo Dean of Girls Lorette Brinegar Dean of Boys Tony Roda Qnsi,.wx,w1 WW 51.230 Q If wif' "fi 14 Slashing of Budget reated Difficulties For Administration Swarms of freshmen and cut funds cre- ated administrative problems. 1,200 ninth graders attended five classes instead of six, a decision made by the school board because of a legislative act reducing District Oneis funds. Principal George Hunt, Derald Hend- rickson and John Mallamo, assistant princi- pals, utilized Hfloatersw, teachers who moved from room to room to conserve space. Mrs. Lorette Brinegar and Mr. Tony Roda, the deans, aided needy pupils as one of their duties. Textbooks kept in their office helped students who could not afford them. At the first pep assembly, Principal George Hunt convinced the student body of cz sure win over Polo Verde. Left: Principal George Hunt 15 Librarians Created Sociologist Supplernented Counselors '-t.-,W V- -sge:'22:.fm.1fa' Wt' :.I.:' X :H L:-asg:'ta:x'::t::sz2aafg::a,,::35,2:,t. ,::s-- -- :a,,::, .sE ,,::g55e- V, -- iii tstiiiii fexlf 1 -,i:st::g:::.,1--2Ssfwttf - . 1 ': tt:tI 5s?ss1s gsggwssa nemesis 1 at ,. . .. 11 and Tifv ::'.EE. I-..'f5E.'f,E5+Q-25,551 ?f'gy5g.f:' ggi - - 'xg -5 ylgffzs :fri msgstr se- , .- - fzsrfgs as ff ,. - Mis-ff . . ' . ., , -wi-we ' fat -1 .V if-es. . 2 .- ...1,fq s- -- 1 gg.-if--Q 11 lm msgs- sis g, .git - 4-:I - rf 9ff21i,f2sSifisis. " . if-' ,.' ,SWF 1 11 '-'iii . 1- v:," ls wereP14-V.s':'i"biiS?715f " , '--" Eff-' ' sew-f3Eff'?s1ua1.ev-siagfgggy . . -fTT"i-il' i 715i-.-11:1-1"3L?'7'f ' ' ' iifffglf' fish K' 9' XE 34522755i45tf?ls?5s1QHPS,:,,'?T if J - ' ' 3 -- U - -Q:-sz. -areas-:a:e2 1.tf as-sz . sis Q1 -. .W-zaatfee: fissile,-Pggttswssip t K-Hilti ,. ' A 1 Rig -.1 Q .5335- ' -. . i '322i:'bf5S"":vj- 5 K Zfiv-MF':f53VflYii?5s393QQQiQgf'55i5i'51fii5E . iv f. ,Tift s 1 as - s - 1- - -- - t ,:. .: A f t, .ses f- t- ,...r?sr:v,--f-- Curtiss Anderson Elnor Detlefsen Mary Lou Eaton Richard Force Gordon Logan Ann Mockler Lamond Preston Frances Smith Charles Traister Visiting homes to discuss student attendance problems with parents was a iob of sociologist Mr. Douglass. 'I6 dvisord Board, Showing up at school five days earlier this year, the counselors rearranged schedules and smoothed over difficulties before classes re- sumed on September 3. Counselor Charles Traister returned to Tucson High after teach- ing vocational courses and counseling at Pueb- lo and Palo Verde high schools. Mr. Traister replaced Mr. Brainard Douglass, who filled a new position as the school sociologist. Added to the library staff for the first time, a student advisory board aided in the selection of interesting materials. New over- head transparencies and a projector supple- mented supplies, enabling students to conduct more thorough research. Student librarians met Wednesday nights to learn correct methods of managing and working in a li- brary. These students helped to check out Q books and magazines and stamp passes. s Harv Richelson consulted his counselor, Mr. Force, on the requirements of Stanford University. Counselors' iobs included informing students of scholastic require- L WESFZZEPEQ fssiigi-fg ' , ,Q-pa: . msgs ,., ,,.., t . , 1i,,,,,s . M.. . .,., - ft A-ff- - - l :,. iyts W ' Lef- S ttf UF , E ig , Q 1 it 9 f F' c f 5 f x xx - fijrggqff k,-. yfiik :If V if i ' s Q mktnniitlllll Geneva Cook Ralph Hayden Grace RGB Left: A cabinet on the second floor of the library featured two goldfish and related books to stimulate reading. Open every Tuesday and Thursday night, the library pro- vided an opportunity for researching assigned topics. ments, scholarships and entrance procedures of universities. They also helped students with personal problems. fi. .. ' , '72.wliwii-iii-'E'QLIWTTSHHKEHY ' L 17 R-ln sunk deeply into a hypnotic Trance. Besides entertaining at parties, The compulsive overeafing, and nervous Talking 18 Mesmerized by lhe steady glare of Mr. Denning's eyes, David Yanez faculfy member remedied such undesirable habits as chain smoking June flowers marked the setting as physical education teacher Jason Greer walked his daughter down the aisle at the First Baptist Church. Faculty Members Relieved Tensions In Unusual Ways Lively and artistic activities filled the spare time of faculty members during the year. Mrs. Roberta Espey and her husband Hugh attended the annual Southern Arizona Square Dance Festival held at Ramada Inn as members of the '6Diamond Squares." The gathering assembled in January. Oshkosh Public Museum in Wisconsin housed Elden C. Matthews, one-man show from August 4 to September I. I-Iis art display featured paintings and sculptures intended to shock the viewer. Involvement was the key idea in his Work, which expressed his thoughts on contemporary life with 'such titles as: "Up- tight", "Fission", '4War,' and c'Faith". Mr. Matthews reflected Manis inhumanity to Man. Yoga and Judo, along with the exploration of different religions gave an oriental tint to Miss Mary Rios's life. "Torol Toroli' was Miss Tiny Mae W'ong's favorite cry as an avid uaficionadov of the bullfights. Oil painting intrigued Mrs. Eileen Beevers. The chemistry and physical and lilac colored design of flowers in an ornate birdcage especially to science teacher hung this picture in her home. She painted the black harmonize with the other decor. 'I9 i depart 3 permit iolicemun will l LET him IFAVE Receiving a pair of keys, English student Yolanda Hanna enacted the proper usage of "let" and "leave". 20 if Early methods of transportation captured the interest ot Elaine Harter when the Exploratory Teaching class visited the Pioneer Historical Society. Taking field trips Wallace Austin Pearlie Chandler Paul Eagan Kay Edwards Carole Heatley Jack Heimowitz Helen Jacobs Mary Johnson Leona Meier Margaret Nelson Larmer Nicholson Lertore Nier is "" "'f"s' ' use ex fs eg v sees is t' .t we 1 4' s -c ssc ss s 1 - 1 , Q? K E.Nf?'X"" .f my 'tin it e A dir WP "1 is L 53.53, ' at E' Ly,,.,v, . iw L i f 55 ' In i to art galleries and local museums was part of the first semester's activities in the humanities section of the elective course. Roberta Espey Harvey Ferguson Laverne Foltz Lorraine Griffin Judith Kolb Hilda Krompasky Alice Livingston James Mclntosh .lack Peterson Andrew Rutter Jeanne Salzer Laurie Stewart M .W t pi Q, it .. 439 if 13" Nfl. . Speech Therapist lnstructed Pupils ln 'Hole-ln-Wall, Expansion was the key word in all areas of the English department in 1969. English and Social Studies combined under the super- vision of Mrs. Ardeth Cropper and Mrs. La Verne Foltz. Using, her background experi- ence in English, Mrs. Foltz guided students to a better comprehension of textbook material. Meeting in the library conference room in previous years, the exploratory teaching class outgrew it and moved into a room in the Main. Because of the large number of interested stu- dents, seniors not only observed teachers at Roskruge, but also traveled to Mansfeld, Sam Hughes and Davis schools. Bulletin boards and attendance sheets became familiar to all future teachers by the end of the year as stu- dents assisted their assigned teachers. Remedial speech Work fell to Mr. Larmer Nicholson. The speech therapist held meetings with Tucson High students in a small room by the elevator on the second floor of the Main. Pupils who could find their Way to this 'chole- in-the-wall" drilled with the faculty member one of the six periods during the day. Albert Groff John Harvey Robert Haskett Edward Markert Don Martin Harriette Martin Stanley Wagner Don Warren Elaine Wuerschmidt Q'-x "ftp ,NY J. Q, G ff G Q fa A X 'ft f . 1 " P .i,, , H fi . i.'r f nf 21 Able to listen in on any student's microphone, Spanish in- structor Ernest Mariscal corrected pronunciation. Second year Latin students helped each other with assigned homework in order to perfect their translations. 22 Dennis Cawley Beverly Grimble David Hooker Ernest Mariscal Mike Miranda Elinor Mosteiro Romana Murolo John C. Waite As first-place winner in a regional German contest, senior David Beatty displayed his prizes to a future participant in the contest, Greg Little. ..,t.x is 1 Tacos, Tutoring ccupied Lan uage Students Indigestion seemed to be a major problem for students enrolled in one of the five for- eign language courses available this year. Most language classes dined out at least once in a restaurant of their cultural studies. Span- ish students sampled tacos at Casa Molina, Chinese pupils contemplated the truthfulness of fortune cookies at the Four Seasons and French students bravely tasted snails in the Parisian atmosphere of the Bistro. i Studywise, students disclosed their ver- satility through different channels. Third year German student David Beatty won first prize in the regional National German Contest, open for high school students. Cicero and Virgil frustrated third and fourth year Latin stu- dents, respectively. Advanced French enthusi- asts undertook the task of tutoring a French Suppressing a laugh, Betty Wong collected Vicky Moore's Chinese homework. Daily at Roskruge .TU-Ui0f assignments often meant struggling through drills on word characters. Henry Finer, David Kreamer and Karen Zagona gaily performed "Pad4 dents in French 7-8, utilized correct pronunciation and proper grammar dy's Christmas" for Mrs. Grimbles' third year French class. The trio, stu- usage while presenting the play. 23 Political Elections Captured lnterest C Civics Classes Making social studies more relevant to life today was a challenge facing the teachers. As Mr. ,loc Steiner said, '6Each teacher is an individualf' Instructors made use of various teaching methods through panel discussions, speakers and audio-Visual aids. One geography class concentrated on the study of maps. A fifth period course in Latin American History provided students an oppor- tunity to learn more about the colonization of South America. Seniors in American Prob- lems discussed such current problems as racism, poverty and the Arab-Israeli dispute. Many American History classes became involved in studying political campaigns. Stu- dents gave speeches supporting their favorite presidential candidate. A new Xerox machine aided teachers in reproducing materials. While browsing through a display book, a world geography student discovered many interesting things about Spain. Latin-American History ana Problems students periodically presented reports To their class on the internal problems of Spanish speaking countries Greeting Republican senator Ken Cardella at the political clinic Roy Jenkins wished him luck in the upcoming general election on November 5 24 if World Geography students studied maps, learning about cal features of the continents. After examining the maps, Don Anderson Mike Boroxan .lean Custenborder Barry Dunn Tony Morales Don Prentice au 'X M-f""Aw V t "fs-u.,...,,,,,,.,.vn K WW Wd 'M is the topographi- opinions and ideas about what they had learned. The fees paid by they exchanged pupils were used for the purchase of the class maps. Dennis Cawley Ron Clinton Thomas Cooper Ardeth Cropper Laverne Foltz Richard Force Sterling Hatfield Leon Limperis Dorothy Shirley Joe Steiner Donald Warren Edith Wingate ,Y 1- ' .' , ,, e im ddr 7 . . :, X 352 tl f M 2 , . 5 5? I 3 my 3 . ,W . W . A ,,,, -fm., , 4. .TP egrwwii meg I ig .gsm K, ,flee 1 N ig , fr om... NW., 25 me I Melee gl fggisf Andy Martin concentrated on making an accurate measurement and volving the ripple tank. Analyzing reflection and refraction of waves description of the focal point of waves in a laboratory experiment in- occupied most of the first semester in Physics. Art Acosta Ralph Bailey George Bazzetta Eileen Beever John Brooks Philip Buehman David Carswell Douglass Dietrich Vermont Follett John Hull Lloyd Henke Edmund Lee Gordon Morphew Marion Whiting 26 Scientific Badgers Competed in arch Fair Earning extra-credit points in first year Chemistry for every correct equation, Janet Noble recorded data as George Coppus ignited zinc sulfate. Right: Dissection of a frog in second semester Biology required delicate precision in cutting open the specimen in order not to disfigure any organs. For a Physical Science experiment, Mary Helen Leon and Chris Hamblen measured first and second resonances by the clearness of the vibrating pitch. Transforming the old Senior Office on the first floor of the Main Building into the sci- ence office was a major project for the Science Department. Under the direction of Mr. Cordon Morphew, new head of the depart- ment, this operation included the transferring of desks and filing cabinets to the room. The office collected magazines and other materials for availability to science teachers. Since Tucson High sponsored no local sci- ence fair this year, students worked individu- ally to create projects meeting standards of the Southern Arizona Regional Science Fair. Those entering the competition asked teachers for approval before submitting entries. Pleased by his discovery, Michael Millsfone reproduced a ieirahedron Mr. Hemphill. Meanwhile, The class figured out formulas for finding The Glenn Harris Lynn Rhodes Tiny Mae Wong on The board. He explained its construction to his irigonometry teacher, sine, cosine, and Tangent of an inner Triangle. John Bennet? Cecil Bird Donald Davis John Dawson Jean Fay Eldon Hemphill Donald Lavigne William Mauaans Oliver Mayfield Duane Niehaus Jean Saba Lois Seumands Edward Sheehan Don Warren Lawrence Wilson fe 532 5, ss "kv INST- -v 34582 Q 'wg 5 ' ,. l . i X , -s fssifhui .im siglwfizr m y 5Es:s+:::-ul :H me:' :'fSafs fzf:s5? H. 15 sl 5191 r .SEQ 'ffifi . 3231 . g .:., -',.: , -, ...,i.. . , . 91 1 f , ' 1. Q- I . .. Q M' Q 28 Films on Fridays Entertained athematicians Flashing films and overhead projectors were part of the Mathematics Department this year. The New Math Builder Instructor showed problems to students at increasing speeds to sharpen their skills. Solid Geometry was eliminated and math scholars encountered new problems in Analyti- cal Geometry. Consumer and Basic Math classes spent Fridays viewing movies on prac- tical, everyday applications of mathematics. Mrs. Lois Seamonds returned from a year's sabbatical spent at the University of Arizona. Mr. Lavigne explained some bosic geometry theorems which would help the class solve difficult angle problems. Utilizing the compass, first yeor geometry students created circles, arcs and semi- circles to help solve tongent, circumference and oreci-of-circle problems. Consumer math students filled out income fox forms, Those who earned more than six hundred dollors o yeor ot iobs octuolly sent in the forms for processing. 29 After mimeographing sheets in a clerical office practice class, Aida Fisher concentrated on filing papers. Right: "osdfiklp" made up the set of home keys on which students rested their fingers before starting to type. 30 - 1 ' ' , With a candy cane pen, Diane Lara nonchalantly took dictation as Tura Hatley frantically scribbled her shorthand to catch up with the teacher. Swivel Chairs Became l David Rlesgo found he was in the minority in a bookkeeping class dom- On an adding machine, Susan Slonaker, Lupe Casarez and Edna Callardo :noted by girls Surrounding David as he tabulated a column of numbers first instructed and then checked his work. dded ttraction in ffice Education Classes New machines, including an IBM sorter and counting machine, became accessible to Business Education students. Also expanding the department were twenty L-shaped desks and swivel chairs which were added to the Secretarial Practice class. This equipment cre- ated an office-like atmosphere for students. Gloria Alvidrez Paul Carmony Barry Edberg Hugo Klann Ralph Lash Alan McCandless Preparing students for office employment after high school graduation remained a major objective of the department. To achieve this, instructors arranged field trips to modern busi- nesses and interviews with future employers. On-the-job training gave pupils insight into problems they would encounter. Charlotte Hopper .lan Jaap Bertha King Violet Przybyl Wendy Row Donald Zeidman 31 Lauritz Biorlie Joy Edgington Albert Groff Robert Hutchinson Ann Klemann Elden Mathews Kathleen Sage Charles Steele Charles Todd "Yes, this is what you call a graph." Therese Reidy present- ed a speech for her first year speech class. Right: Advanced drama student Frank Damiani applied his eyebrow pencil with smooth, even strokes to accent his eyes. 32 Music Vibrations, Psychedelic Lights Livened Fine Arts Psychedelic blues, greens and reds lit up a color organ as bass and treble tones sounded in uln-A-Cadda-Da-Vidaw. As a special proj- ect, art students attached a control box to a phonograph and musical vibrations caused bulbs to light up. Of those played, jazz records created the best 'alight showsv. "Boys, boys, that's what we needli' Al- though a total of twelve boys enrolled in acting classes, not enough signed up this year ac- cording to drama teacher, Mr. Croff. Marching down the field was not the only pastime of band members. This year Mr. Steele taught a theory class which doubled as 'Eat your dinner, George," coaxed Vicki Ellis, "and take off your hat." Vicki the Stage Band' Thls Class was equipped with designed and made the paper mache giraffe in her sculpture class. two 6l6CtI'lC pl3I10S HS well HS 3 COI1S0lC. Her gaze fixed on the great god of fire, an unusually built modern dance phasized artistic creativity in each student's dance. She looked for student prayed faithfully. Mrs. Kerstitch, modern dance instructor, em- this quality while grading each dancer. 33 New Horticulture Class Weeded Out ' reen Thumbs, from ther Students Offered for the first time, two hours of ornamental horticulture stressed laboratory experience rather than book material. Travel- ing by school bus to plots near Cherry Field, pupils cared for their own plants. Students enrolled in electricity classes completed wiring systems which they planned and installed individually. Emphasis on home Wiring preceded the study of elaborate sys- tems for large industries and corporations. Cultivation of plants in the greenhouse was one iob often performed by Horticulture student Robert Saenz. 34 Approximately half a million dollars Worth of equipment enabled machine shop students to tackle all types and sizes of jobs. A new Blackboard drafting machine, acquired by the Welding department, facilitated the manipulation of aluminum and stainless steel. First semester students applied themselves to required exercises While second semester students brought projects from home to work on. Many labored on parts of their cars. Robert Barclay Merle Denning Harry Goldstein Alexander Hamilton Kenneth Hartman Robert Hedgecock Melvin Huffaker Stanley Jennings Bob King James Kinsey Ronald Maben Walter Martin Wilmer Martin Robert Rusk Robert Sandin Paul Saxe Ralph Segerstrom Blanche Smith Diane Smith William Welch To get a closer look at the problem, an auto mechanics student crawled under the car. Analysis of the transmission parts revealed faulty gears. Measuring the school campus provided practical experience for Marshall Wiles, who peered through a surveying transit for a vocational drafting class. 35 millimeter negatives received a thorough inspection in the darkroom by photography student Ruben Martinez. 35 ell-Dressed Tailoring Class Graced Campus After preparing French toast, applesauce and tea, Service helped its twenty students plan their ca- senior Curtis Flannigan sampled his cooking. Food reers as restaurant employees. Margaret Allen Ruth Hoehn Revo Manning Doris Selby Marilyn Warren 36 Well Fed Facult Enjoyed an Easter Tea Stuffed turkeys, cuddled toddlers and Well-dressed Badgers caught the interest of students in Home Economics this year. While Mrs. Selby's Food Service classes, consisting of both boys and girls, prepared for a luncheon to he held in the early spring, Mrs. Hoehn's Tailoring classes stitched on their suits to he modeled in a winter fashion show. Home Economics became an integral part of November's Badger Backers night by sup- plying refreshments for foot-weary and tired parents. Easter bunnies and spring flowers highlighted decorations for the annual tea held in April for Mr. Hunt and the faculty. Threading u machine was the first step which led to the completion of the sewer's beginning project, o blouse. Left: Pins held the lining of a wool suit in place as members of the Tailoring class completed their proiect. 37 Physical Ed Classes Accentuated Leadership l James Barnes administered artificial respiration to Gene Galbrath while Stanley Cole watched the technique required in restoring life to a victim. Psychedelic posters adorned the walls of the Drivers' Education room. With slogans such as "Life's a gas, live to enjoy it", they helped Drivers' Education teachers stress the importance of careful driving. In addition to safety, students learned some basic skills of operating a car. All sophomores were required to take the six Weeks course. Teachers in the Physical Education De- partment stressed leadership qualities. They gave more responsibilities to capable students by offering them an opportunity to lead class- es in exercises or to act as referees for the classes' team sports. Another goal was to de- velop good sportsmanship in students. Sophomores were also required to take two six-weeks of Health Education, which stressed the evils of alcohol, narcotics, smoking and venereal disease and taught essentials of first aid. Bulletin boards and movies illustrated aid techniques to the students. Bowling offered variety in Physical Education classes. In order not to When time allowed they traveled with their instructor to local bowling damage the varnished gym floor, the girls used plastic pins and balls. alleys to gain more experience. 38 Driver Education classes helped improve the skills of teenage driver Beverly Downey as she piloted a school automobile through the city streets. Art Adkins Sandra Bailey Larry Campbell Charles Cook Nona Edwards Patricia Ganz Jason Greer Larry Hall Sarah Higgins Dana Kerstitch R. C. Kline Gordon Logan Virginia Romero Harry Smith Margaret Steger Kay Sweeney Muscle building was the obiect for Joe Perez as he perform ed loosening-up exercises with a 60 pound bar. Donald McAlpine -linlllwhltlleml Cecilia Vasquez lm 'le iff? . .. M, - . I llffif .3216-,digg sf' i ' ' ' A v - GQ? ,- i 'K' S' R I 1 fl Qzggyggwf-,i,zr. V- -,-, z.w.m.rw Q 1 1 ww 5 A f f f K 2, , Robert Ortiz William Westervelt ' F ' -vi' N '-E1--.33 : Q V - . .i y-Q"-P, -1 'Ee . , ' T fi f ' 352 ' ' ,, Hg' f if, A L 3Tii??l5'i - ' f filllixm - .vwawy w 1 ' it 39 School Staffs Filed Student Records, Provided l-lot Foods and Sold Books Taking a student's temperature, Mrs. Betty Robinson dealt with the Hong Kong flu epidemic that hit Tucson. 40 At Tucson High, the cash register was a vital part of bookstore operations. During reg- istration it used a 104 foot roll of paper daily. The staff sold many different kinds of school supplies from ten cent notebooks to five cent pencils. A new responsibility for the book- store personnel this year Was to collect the money from lunch sales and deposit it in the local bank every day. Secretaries had extra Work delivering mail from Mr. Hunt's office to the Vocational building daily. Mail boxes for teachers in the Vocational building were moved from Mr. Hunt's office to lVlr. Mallamois office. For most of the school day, Attendance Office Secretary Mcirynel Weaver gave out absence slips to students. L VAX nf 'L 4 Sl it 65's 4 5 Stamping books and stacking Them on the proper shelves was a part of the work involved in pre-school book buying. Audrey Woppert, Badgers were able to buy many different types of food at the lunch counter. Although no hot lunches were served, sandwiches, candy, Gladys Broyles and Norma Dean Pod, bookstore personnel, worked in an assembly line fashion to finish their iobs. and drinks were available. The ladies in the cafeteria worked early in the morning to prepare the food for each day's lunch. if 4l tudent Government and Honors Homeroom Representatives collecting money and food for Christmas boxes, Anytowners, Staters, receiving congratulations, notices to appear before Student Court, Student Council members handing out lapel cards, painting game posters, nervous laughter at the Pinnacle assembly, gold braid for the Top Twenty seniors, Honor Society initiation, candles signifying leadership, character, service, scholarship . . . W MOMENTS of greatness. 42 if . A 4 -, ,sf L Q -K if-fn i I M J, Q9 lxffw ff.- 1- Q- 'iv if-ov.. -s, 1 an I G- . 'N- 4, "V Y ,V ff' L 1 X rf v-3-gat" .- h V A Mk s. H K A 1' .cg i fE-' . , W 'f x r -fA- N , ' .U 'il A 51?-.,:s ' I , -.V , - ff af' 5. ,Q -Q, k v gk. ' - A. , J ' , K ,. ' 1 14,53 N S-9 - y-QS? ,,.-cf' 'J 1' ,tj ..- q, .. - I f 'ig f jxiwg ., . f' vi' I 'fffaf 1 Q ,5 v Q 7, ', K, if A 9 ,A , 1 Q P1 57- 1 ii, I ,Ax 1Pf':!Q-I J .Q-Q :il .,, , V q----' -4-45 'K ... gf- 4 ,.4f's' ' gf, :ir . , I 'F 1 ' f 1 Y KM , , QP ,w 42 . 4 .- - 5-- 4, - ' 1151512 11 5 Student Body Vice-President Brian Scanland and sec Purvis stopped and took a breather from their hectic sc Though not a normal duty, Freshmen Councilmen Be Fred Duval, Linda Larsen and Judy Edson attempted E i 2 91 was Q 'asm Arousing school spirit, Student Body President Bobby Morris ' helped familiarize freshmen with school cheers. We 44 retaries Vicky Ellis and Debbi hedules. cky Alvarez, Martha Vasquez poster Painting. Working in league with the administra- tion, STUDENT COUNCIL strove to offer students a varied schedule of activities. One event sponsored by the Council was the Car Caravan. Cars, decorated red and White, rode to the Salpointe stadium. The Homecoming game and dance climaxed Spirit Week, held in conjunction with Girls' League. As they walked from the Vocational Building, Senior Council- men Joe Dombrowski, Julie Piccoli, Bob Dorson, Patsy Lee, Planning one of the zany skits which preceded home football games were Sopho- more Councilmen Patti Purvis, Ronny Flores, Terry Bloom and Jim Fisher. Council Continued Caravan Tradition, Coordinated Student Class Elections Election of school officers held in the spring Was also the responsibility of the Stu- dent Council. With students voting for class and student body officers in both a primary and final election, members were kept busy tallying votes. The Council also organized the outdoor pep assemblies and the dances held after home basketball games. and Diane Cirillo lnot picturedj conferred about matters dis- cussed in the Student Council meeting. Junior Councilmen Joe Machado, Dave Edgar, Naomi Berk- owitz, Debbie Young and Jean Aboud checked Council files. 45 i Brian Scanland instructed Homeroom Representatives on meth- ods for collecting money for the Milk Fund Drive. RED CROSS COUNCIL Bottom row: Julieta Gonzalez, Beverly Gin, Therese Reidy, Diana Lynczynski, Cathy Thorup, Linda 1-5' pf Court ,ludged Offenders Forrester. Top row: Harv Richelson, Mary Reidy, Sally Gardi- ner, Sparky Riley, Janie Harper, John Hall. 46 i , 1 , ' ' kffiff: A:N-Filing? 7 l lj A ig at Q ., t 11li 51 6, 'W X ' X - fr A' it ii L O Q as awe. New STUDENT COURT Bottom row: Mona Paredas, Carol Miller, Top row: Duane Combs, Dale Winders, Lori Cain, Ann Dah- Sylvia Valenzuela, Gloria Leon. Second row: Mr. Rhodes, len, Nancy Fenton, Ronnie Hassey. Jeannie Lee, Mimi Blitzer, Susie Marum, Miriam Salonic. Left: Volunteers from Homeroom Representatives formed a ored the parents of varsity football players with refreshments committee to organize Pigskin Parents' Night. The event hon- and special seats at the game. As Representatives, Red Cross Aided eed For the second straight year, Tucson High rallied behind HOMEROOM REPRESENTA- TIVES to collect over 35300 for the Milk Fund Drive and win the competition between high schools. Also, the representatives distributed Christmas boxes filled with food and gifts for needy families in the city. This year STUDENT COURT was in ses- sion third period instead of fifth. A panel of eight justices tried from six to eight cases each week. Students were called to be tried for of- fenses such as ditching, leaving the campus during lunch and going up the down stair- case. Punishment for student convictions ranged from writing themes to cleaning up the cafeteria during the lunch hour. Members of the RED CROSS COUNCIL X worked at the Red Cross Blood Band down- f 1 ' , 'y f town and entertained patients in rest homes f Yi and hospitals. They also collected articles i'l,f'fl ' 'Tis from home for "ditty bags" sent to soldiers E serving overseas or in Vietnam. ' will " Left: As Sally Gardiner interviewed an applicant for Red , , - A ' Cross Council she looked for qualities of leadership. 47 uperior Ranking in Senior Class Provided Benny Young, a piano player for nine years, and David Ruiz, President of the Tucson High Band, spent spare time rehearsing Swing Band selections. Histamines, substances which cause allergies in tissues, was a five-year Topic of research for Sabina Farr, member of the College Chemistry class. National Forensic League member, Dan Brophy participated in declamation and oratory on the Speech Squad. , l 48 l A Chance to Receive Possible Scholarships Orchestra President, BENNY YOUNG re- ceived one of the Baird Scholarships given in Arizona. Benny was in the Tucson Youth Symphony and All City Orchestra. He played the piano and belonged to a week end club that enjoyed football and basketball. President of the senior class, DAN BROPHY was a member of Pinnacle and the Lettermen's Club. He was in charge of class election procedures as Chairman of the Elec- tions Committee on Student Council. Dan also spent time competing in meets on the Speech Squad and the Varsity Swimming team. DAVID RUIZ played in 4'Los Changuitos Feosn, a Mexican mariachi group formed in Tucson, the Stage Band, the All State Band and All City Orchestra. David was President of the Marching 100 and also made first chair trumpet in the All City Band. Urging students to yell at basketball games, Head Varsity Cheerleader Julie Piccoli started bench cheers. Secretary for Bi-Chem-Phy and the Chess Club, SABINA FARR was a three year Pin- nacle member. Sabina attended the Holiday Science Lectures and won first place in phar- macy, medical technology and veterinary sci- ence in the Regional Science Fair. JULIE PICCOLI spent time sewing and collecting antique beer steins. Julie attended Girls, State where she won the position of Attorney General. She served as Chairman of the Publicity Committee on Student Council formed to paint spirit signs and was Activities Editor for the yearbook. Band member ROLAND PASTERNACK was in the Stage Band and All City Band. Ro- land was the Marching l00's Vice-President and a member of National Honor Society. Outside of school he played the guitar and took camping trips to the mountains. After checking his camping equipment, Roland Pasterriack packed his camper tor a trip to the White Mountains. 1 r ,. E 225 5 2 3 A 5 z 5' ' f 5 f A 5 4 2 . S . l 1 ' f .v 'Q-?E: tu'-' 1-'I I L ' " : :, ,... .: :a rf- 1 bras V A, F 49 Warming up with racing dives followed by free-style laps, Girls' Stater Anne Matsushino recalled evening vesper songs Bill Fellner conditioned his muscles for a swim meet. she learned as alternate Peggy Scott listened. Outside Interests Dominated Activities Of Six Semeser Top Twenty eniors Business Manager of the Marching 100 and Vice-President of National Honor Society, PEGGY SCOTT qualified as a National Merit semi-finalist. Her future plans included at- tending Mills College and becoming an inter- preter in the Spanish language. ANNE MATSUSHINO represented Tuc- son High at the Girls' State summer conven- tion held in June. She enjoyed playing the piano and solving Calculus problems. Anne was a three year Pinnacle member. Second year Student Life Editor on the 1969 Tucsonian Staff, JOAN WEAVER was voted a Junior Honor Guard for graduation and was a two year Pinnacle member. She planned a career in history following her studies at the University of Arizona. Candy Striping at St. Mary's Hospital in the .Junior Auxiliary kept CAROL STILL busy running errands for nurses. She partici- pated in political campaigns and Model United Nations. Carol was a member of Se- nior Cabinet and Homeroom Representatives. 50 Assuming the responsibility of Managing Editor for the Chronicle, YOLANDA CON- TRERAS gained experience as correspondent for the Arizona Daily Star. She was a mem- ber of National Honor Society and worked as a Homeroom Representative. Varsity cheerleader and Senior Class Sec- retary, SUSAN WALKER also found time for sewing, listening to music and collecting poetry. Susan planned a future in pharmacy following college graduation. President of National Honor Society, ELIAS BUSTAMANTE was a delegate to Boys' State and Model United Nations. His interests ranged from oriental studies to hunt- ing and fishing. He competed on the Varsity Track and Cross Country teams. BILL FELLNER was a member of the Lettermenis Club, a third year Varsity Swim- ming team member and president of his church youth group. His interests included bowling, horseback riding, creative photogra- phy and a future in veterinary science. 7 , , Caphon and copy wrnfmg kepf Opemng Editor Susan Walker and Sfu to the prmfers. Joan was an charge of sfudent ochvmes and Susan worked dent Life Ednfor Joan Weaver busy prepcrmg yearbook Trnplnccxfes sent on division and opening pages for the 1969 Tucsomqn Honor Society presndeni Elms Busfamcnfe urged members fo sign up To Feet together, Joe Padias executed a perfect handstand, demonstrating his gymnastic ability on a stairway. In early January, David Federhar, Senior Forum Chairman, briefly introduced speakers to a crammed auditorium. "Swing your pardner and around you go!" twanged a country voice as Teresa Cole spun around to the square-dancing instructions at "The Barn." 1 i Right: "Miss", short for "Mischief", quietly received pats from her owner, Mary Reidy, future small animal vet. 52 Scholars Filled Positions g o e shots of football and basketball, Richard Miller, approval. Both top twenty students, Irene and Richard worked on the orts Ed tor k d lene Mann, Editor of the 1969 yearbook for her Tucsonian staff fourth and sixth periods. In School Clubs and Extra Curricular Events JOE PADIAS was a member of National Honor Society and Pinnacle. He was inter- ested in Football, baseball, basketball and fishing as activities in his leisure time. Joe was f'Boy of the Month" last year and he planned to go into one phase of engineering following high school graduation. Another member of Pinnacle and National Honor Society was TERESA COLE. Working as a Ranger Aide at Sabino Canyon, she gained experience in forest conservation. Square dancing and hiking as a member of the Hiking Club filled Teresa's time. DAVE FEDERHAR was Bi-Chem-Phy president and a member of the Red Cross Council and Pinnacle. He attended the Na- tional Science Foundation Summer Mathe- matics Institute in Flagstaff and received the Bausch and Lomb award for displaying an outstanding ability in science and mathematics. Member of National Honor Society and Pinnacle, MARY REIDY, was active in Red Cross Council. She received a letter of com- mendation for her score on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test and planned to become a small animal veterinari- an after attending the University of Arizona. Sports Editor for the Tucsonian in his junior and senior years, RICHARD MILLER was also a second year Pinnacle member and was chosen for membership in National Honor Society. During fifth and sixth periods he Worked in College Chemistry. Editor-in-Chief of the Tucsonian and previously A c t i v i t i e s Assistant, IRENE MANN was a member of National Honor So- ciety, the Spanish Club and a Pinnacle mem- ber. She was chosen a delegate to Model United Nations to represent the Union of Soviet Socialists Republics. 53 Students Excelled In Scientific and Political Activities Last summer Tucson High's ten ANY- TOWN delegates headed for the pine trees and cold weather of Prescott's YMCA camp. In a carefree atmosphere, students from all over Arizona discussed human relations and crises present today. Worship services held once a day and hikes rounded out the week. Involving students in political affairs was the main purpose for both IVIODEL U.N. and GIRLS and BOYS STATE. Tucson High stu- dents represented the U.S.S.R. and the Congo and took part in the events climaxed by walk- outs. Arizona's government was the topic for the Staters, who lived on the University cam- pus and experienced living as citizens in a future Arizona government system. Seniors Peggy Scott and David Federhar, after taking complicated science tests, quali- fied for scholarships. Peggy made the finals for the NATIONAL IVIERIT SCHOLARSHIP and David won the BAUSCI-I AND LOIVIB AWARD for achievement in science. Gerry Gradillas, U.N. representative from the Congo on the Disarmament Commis- sion, forcefully applied "gentle persuasion" against her opponents. Elated, Peggy Scott learned of her semi-finalist rating, quali- For one week Girl and Boy Staters participated in model legislatures and lived in tying her forthe National Merit Scholarship. campus dorms representing counties. Delegates were, from left to right, 54 x xy ' .ij N ,, , Reminiscmg about group sing ins enioyed at Anytown were Tucson Betty Hirsch, Debbie Young, Cathy Thorup and Laura Hanahan. Not Highs delegates Mary Lou Guthmann John Hall Malka Kalmanowiez pictured were Anne Rigg, Bob Messing and Frank Postillion. As he climbed the stairs, David Federhar finished cramming forthe annual Bausch and Lomb science test. 55 Pinnacle Assembl Took on ew Perspective f f ., ,yn x 4 r ., .L V ea .. PINNACLE 4 Bottom row: Connie Gee, Anne Matsushino, Sabina Farr, Susie Smith, Peggy Scott, Susan Walker, Dina Soltero, Debbie Clopton, Elias Bustamante. Second row: Brad Hacker, Margaret Mallamo, Mary Proud of her scholastic success, Ann Dahlen showed her pinnacle certificate and pin to a classmate. One of twenty-nine iuniors to achieve .ASE t g- :-, L 4 As Parents Viewed Special Evening Ceremon Special invitations sent to parents of PIN- NACLE Society members informed them of a special evening open house held in March. Instead of the usual student body assembly, this year's program honored both members and their parents. First year members re- ceived the traditional pin, while membership certificates honored other achievers. Membership qualifications for the society consisted of a 1.33 semester grade average for the preceding school year, with no semester grades below a two and no unsatisfactory citizenship marks. A committee of three teach- ers set the membership requirements in 1958. The society was unique in the fact that it elected no officers, performed no functions Designed by Mr. Denning in 1958, the Pinnacle pin with its "T" placed at the summit of a mountain symbolized achievement reached in academic studies. PINNACLE 3 Bottom row: JoAnn Wong, Helen Kassander, Sylvia Wittels, Carolyn Shivers, Mimi Blitzer, David Gandell, Sally Bland. Second row: Kathy Hacke, Gloria Misner, Ann Dahlen, Lynn Baker, Kirk Scott, Donna sw 1. ,, V 1 --mss4.gg?5, 1 and did not meet outside of the assembly. Tritan, Betsy Coltrin, Mary Lau Guthmann. Top row: David Pattison, Jim Wezelman, Richard Halle, Bob Messing, Ruben Madera, Gary Gardner, Richard James, Kevin Sievert, Andy Martin. PINNACLE 2 Bottom row: Daniel Tom, Beverly Gin, Richard Bronson, Helen Coltrin, Chrystal Todd, John Yeung. Top row: Melanie Taylor, Sal -ex- "War V 2. 8 Zagona, John Palacio, Debra Wilson, Priscilla Misner, George Coppus, Mickey Magee, Bob Dahlen. 2 Cb' 57 ational Honor Society Sold Popcorn To Raise Seniors? Scholarship oney Popcorn sales at home basketball games continued to be a successful NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY project for the second year. Money earned from this activity Went into the NHS scholarship fund. An alumni member of the organization who received the scholarship at graduation replaced the grant for a deserving senior member of National Honor Society to receive this year. First year Algebra students received help on solving linear equations from National Honor Society volunteers. On a volunteer basis, members tutored classmates at Tucson High. Tutors were avail- able in science, mathematics and English. The traditional paperback bookstore had to be eliminated because members did not have time to run the sales. In May, juniors and seniors nominated on the qualifications of character, scholarship, service and leadership were initiated in a candle lighting ceremony. Right: Lighting a candle at the initiation ceremony for Na- tional Honor Society, Joan Weaver spoke on leadership. l l David Beatty Robert Beren Norma Brevick Dan Brophy Elias Bustamante Teresa Cole Yolanda Contreras Sabina Farr David Federhar Jeannie Lee Alan Luke Darrell MacDonald Prinny Mallamo Irene Mann Anne Matsushino 58 l l see as Sz 52 is 5? 2? 21 3 i 's l i s it S 1 S r i S 2 it its M ,,f Q?4WfS1f- zaitiiabtrlilifii Y-zfyfii, 'V fi' V ,.,,. ia M.. , -1. Www a s 1.-. eff A , H -M, ... .,A.c. , 1 L """ ,,,. . Qifeffiii ffwi - A 8' . .?Si:l'E:g.,f. A , - 2y-- . ' '-1 '- A. ., - . -- -' M1127 51514, may : S 52 - -wlmzm, ffsvffswz p - i, T. Elitleygjg 'Liijlj T :jgg iv 1,1 U 4 ,A -I 1:5 , -- :gg m b? g 1 'l 6' l V Hi' ' 1-111 if w if , 2- Y A . .+ N vnu.. e i' r is' , weft' Richard Miller Kathleen Moore Joe Padias Roland Pasternack Julie Piccoli Mary Reidy David Ruiz Peggy Scott Dina Solfero John Stevenson Carol Still Susan Walker Joan Weaver Be'rIy Wiftels Robert Wortman Benny Young Meetings after school, plans for bake sales, car washes and parties, school publication staffs working to meet deadlines, concert rehearsals, notes sounding from the band, choir and orchestra rooms, practices for dramas and speech tournaments, guest speakers, trips to Mt. Lemmon, experiences in merchandising, tutoring, interest in future careers . . . MOMENTS of involvement. Activities ,gum f V-.4 C Q- ',.,,. . --fy:-'Q , , - 'rafs -agfv ' ESF ' if gr xi f5.5fiv.f-- ,qgg+51:,1i.lm-V 'if ?:..4v. ,nm 'kf ,Q l 5 551 -11: Mn, ,rw ' ' 1-, "-ifixw-I 52: if-H . .w:e1ff1. , - -asa'-,-QL f 155' Q, f- , .12 .,-.J ,, ,V 1' .ga La J: .. M4 4--.. f L . , ..,,..-3, Tucsonian staff members celebrated the completion of the first 48 pages, thus meeting the first maior deadline of the year. The entire staff of- Tom Keena and Nancy Scott unrolled reels of underclass pictures fresh from the photographers. Staff members sorted the pictures according ten worked after their regular sixth period class and on holidays to meet the publisher's monthly deadlines. to English class. Finally, the Classes Editor as they would appear on the yearbook page. arranged the photographs 62 yg 3 yir y i riiri yg gr, H ii W as , , , .gi .., A sc,ir Examining newly-arrived photographs, Editor-in-Chief lrene Mann helped Student Life Editor Joan Weaver select promising pictures for her section. Slide Presentation lntroduced Slogan Of Yearbook Sales With 'Tip-toe Through the TUCSONIANU as its slogan, the Tucsonian sales campaign featured slides of past yearhooks instead of the usual skit at the sales promotion assembly. At this time students viewed the ten Tuc- sonian Queen semi-finalists. Seniors on the 67-68 staff donated seven bottles of water to this year,s staff. The water cooler was a popular spot, as thirsty staffers gathered to relax or discuss changes on the Tucsonian,s five-column page plan. One change on the division pages was the use of high-contrast prints-or prints in which the photographer deleted all gray tones. TUCSONIAN STAFF Bottom Row: Jo Ann Wong, Helen Kassander, Susie Crane. Fourth Row: Mike Ray, Nancy Dengler, Gregory Lee. Top Row: Smith, Susan Walker. Second Row: Nancy Scott, Kay Smith, Miriam Sa- Anne Towne, Joan Weaver, Paul Hawkes, Richard Miller, Tom Keena. Ionic. Third Row: Julie Piccoli, Melita Hall, Kathy Hacke, Kathleen 63 hanges in Cactus Chronicle La out lncreased Features This year,s totally new format added zest and variety to the CACTUS CHRONICLE by giving staffers greater freedom in the layout of articles and pictures. lt also allowed more photographs to be printed. An increased num- ber of advertisements paid for the additional photographs. Economy Printers, a shop owned by a Tucson High graduate, printed the paper which appeared twice each month to inform Badgers of school activities. and Photographs Chronicle readers found editorials less controversial and fewer in number. Every se- nior on the staff contributed at least one edi- torial to the paper. To encourage students to air their views, each issue contained more let- ters to the Editor. The paper also featured re- sults of student opinion polls ranging from the national election to problems on campus. A humorous horiscope for Badgers appeared oc- casionally under the title of Chroniscope. As members of the Editorial Board waited, presses at Economy Printers rolled off the fourth issue of the Chronicle. Later, CHRONICLE STAFF Bottom Row: Anna Fisher, Sandie Soto, Betty Wittels, Darrell MacDonald, Debbie Clopton, Editor Second Row: Sue Steichen, Diana Lyczynski, Diane Andrade, other staff members separated the papers into piles of thirty for distribution to homerooms. Susie Marum, Yolanda Contreras. Top Row: Edith Bruno, Carol Still, Jennifer Wiley, Benny Young, Suzanne Shiff, Richard Harper. 64 F1 '21 lx x V4 9 L- 1 1 Q 2 f Q 1. Q Q 1 x ' , Q , .. . - 1 Q -N 'YQ . 'X M kr ., K ,Ss ,X-, , .V wr you r fa. ,, 1 ,- Q . Q , 4 5 t it 4 ' ' ' i ,4.4' H ,Axiq ,.a Q X Q ,ff 1 gk at f 1 ,fu Q , ' n 4 1 . 1 A .2 Q lk. .Vg .EE E fi , ,, mini new I was 1 wif 4' ,, . 4 s 1 Q ' ' v 5 ' 9 H, 1 ' ' 4 ' ' J 1 " ' Q 4 u 1 E U Hectic days of demanding deadlines stretched into lute offer- noons for Chronicle Editor, Debbie Clopton, Left: Stuffers discussed the second issue of the poper ond compared the finished product to its galley. 65 In preparation for distribution, Business Manager Robert Wort man handed Quarterlys to Assistant Julieta Gonzalez. Right: Illustrating Quarterly stories was the task of Art Editors Geraldine Lovegreen and Lorraine Johnston. me t , 7 - 1,..ssJsi:49g,g-,gs h m A t 'HMA-1 M .. Ngwwwm in l K1 ' I- I ,, H v . J.: ,I .Nt .r.:.r..-,. . , kvsi2'iw . ., , 1 , M -i F Qs ' -Q'-'if V i-rzgzigs figgizgs-.1 L ' , A, , f ' r 5 11- K f,:3f"W ' :mi-5' , K ,,fw,.s,, .. .. Mary Reidy and Betty McLane continued the newly established tradition of co- editors for the Quarterly with Bob Dorson as assistant editor. 66 t --,' bil- WTQLQGV ,.. H S V , L-'AL' , ll ,,,...u?' Quarterly Editorial Board included Cheryl Dye Diane Lara Sally Gardiner students work, the board was called upon from time to time to con- Ellen Bromberg and Tekla Seicll Though the staff stressed publication of tribute poems and stories to the magazine. uarterl Offered Prizes for Best artoon Captions Badgers tested their imaginations with the new QUARTERLY contest, the Quarterly Quartoon. Given a cartoon drawn by a staff member, students thought of appropriate cap- tions. The best entry, judged on humor and originality, received a 32.50 prize. Continuing the tradition of co-editing, Mary Reidy and Betty McLane, under the supervision of Mr. Harvey Ferguson, headed the production of the Quarterly. Presented in four contrasting parts, the theme for the year was "To Everything There is a Seasonn. The staff welcomed interpretations of the theme as well as contributions on unrelated subjects. 67 tate Fair and ational Scholastic Competitions dyke me t E ,A ab' . Q6 flf A fs ' it My Badger Camera Clickers' Photography Editors Dan McKendrick, Mary 1968 state fair with their assistants Duane Moore and Becky Gutierrez. Reis, and Johnny Montano discussed possible photographic entries in the They critically selected only the "mosterpieces". l BADGER CAMERA CLICKERS Bottom row: Lenny Castro, Robert Gustafson, Lydia Robles, Johnny Montano, Oscar Almozon. Top row: Dan Mc- Cris Romo, Linda Lopez, Pricilla Robles, Mr. Harry Goldstein. Second Kenrick, Gerry Salcido, Richard Gallardo, Rudy Rodriguez, Andy Garcia, row: Roy Jenkins, Mark Rodriguez, Robert Aguirrie, Becky Gutierrez, Bob Leon, Duane Moore,Terrie Cotlow. 5 j giizw fee, . o .,,, 1 ,Q JMX ,. f- f --',:1:':-r:s-s..-- .-f::. Y--:- it .. ..,. ,Ra wls - 3 ii" . " 3"YY:-'2::'If'i:.F5I.Q's. ' 5Qf:s..ffui:sQ' 68 Rated Camera Clickers, Photographs Excellent BADCER CAMERA CLICKERS ranked high in the photography competition at the 1968 Arizona State Fair in November. Their photo entries placed in thirteen of the twenty- six possible categories. Four of the photo- graphs won first prize. In February, club 'jr """'iA members entered black and white and colored P V prints in the National Scholastic Photography Contest held in New York. Three publications editors headed the Camera Clickers. With the aid of their as- sistants, they took care of all photographic coverage for the school newspaper, literary magazine and yearbook. Each publications editor enrolled in the two hour vocational photography classjaught by Mr. Harry Gold- stein, sponsor of the Badger Camera Clickers. The students spent one to four hours in pho- tography and graphic arts classes and often stayed after school to take pictures for the school publications or to develop prints. Camera Clickers used an enlarger to produce prints of the size ordered by members of the iournalism staffs. " .,..., il i"-li r - ,, 21. 6 'V'i Y -a -a--1 ytytt i 2 sg J 2 25- s5V,,.,.. 5-5-t f 5,1 l H , Mr. Goldstein lectured the photography staff on the im- portance of depth for better clarity in photographs. l l ' Studying football action from the sidelines, Badger Camera Clicker Duane Moore and his assistants anticipated outstanding moments to capture on film. 69 Reporters, Printers Puhlicized School Events it as -sf-sf.g..,-.-swf' - ., , , Copy occupied the minds of reporters Yolanda Contreras and Debbie Clapton as they compared notes for a write-up an the Terpsi Spring Dance Concert. Writing for teen pages of the newspapers, the REPUBLIC, STAR, AND CITIZEN RE- PORTERS gained experience while receiving payment for their efforts. Debbie Clopton, Yolanda Contreras and Suzanne Shift Wrote articles concerning Tucson I'Iigh's activities for the "Young Republicn, i'Schools", and uYoung Citizen" pages respectively. Report- ing scores, fouls, and major events of games to the newspapers, Miriam Salonic, ,Iim Wezelman, and Richard Harper spent game time recording team statistics. Printing posters, programs and tickets for football games, dramatic productions and other school activities, the members of the BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CLUB practiced their skills while benefiting student undertak- ings. The printers worked in conjunction with the Quarterly staff so that the magazine could be produced entirely by student effort. Under the supervision and organization of Mr. Hart- man, the club's major goal was training mem- bers for jobs in the printing field. Viewing the cause of a momentary disorder, Stanley Stanich adiusted print copy onto the pages while the off-set reproduced pictures and the vertical printing press. The printing staff used this machine to drawings for the Quarterly, Tucson High's literary magazine. 70 Republic, Citizen and Star reporters Miriam Salonic, Richard Harper and alina game and reported the results to their respective newspapers. They Jim Wezeiman recorded team and individual statistics at the Tucson-Cat- also covered other school sports events. Making sure each letter was in place, Marvin Lewis arranged Bodoni headings for the Quarterly. A linotype machine set body type for the magazine. , .. .-5, .., ,, it Operated by Jeff Schepp, the linotype machine saved for printers by setting type at keyboard selection. time 7 1 1 French-Style Cafe, Spanish Assembly Kept Clubs Active Holding a picnic at Madera Canyon, LES PETITS GOURMETS began the year's ac- tivities under the direction of Mrs. Beverly Grimble. Club members not enrolled in French classes became more familiar with France through a series of films. Honoring an old tradition, the club served French delicacies at the Feast of the Kings. Members held a Side- walk Cafe, serving French food potluck style. In addition to making a scrapbook with pic- tures of its activities, the club planned dinner meetings and a hayride. Making money for the club treasury was the first project of EL CLUB CERVANTES. In keeping with tradition, the club constructed 130 cascarones and sold them for 15 cents apiece at the Homecoming football game. With these proceeds and the profits from a car wash and a bake sale, the club sponsored the Spanish assembly in May, featuring Mexi- can songs and folk dances. El Club Cervantes planned to decorate and enter a float in the Rodeo Parade. A picnic at Sabino Canyon in the spring completed the agenda. During a Cervantes Club meeting, Julietta Gonzales and Connie Davis demonstrated the 'First step in making cascarones. Sold at the football games, the casarones LES PETITS GOURMETS Bottom row: Claudia Forrester, Mari Allgood, Top row: Mrs. Beverly Grimble, Sally Gardiner, Nancy Mathews, Eliza- Carol Newmark, Diana Lyczynski, Jane McCullum. Second row: Linda beth Mallams, Janie Harper, Linda Compton. Forrester, David Gandell, Ruth Sullivan, Jerry Sievers, Lix Danforth. 72 l S 3 I ' LV, 3' ,f in A if -5 O . f S fl L5 N R qu D ' A ALT ZW T f:. ..,3,,L set , . . -- A J"3-5 sl ' Hifi' :V ' ' Wflf '..:"'4 ' f F K -: 3 am Q . 5 'Sin A - 1 -L 1 ' ' - ' ' is W,-I L ,MAsoi, r ,.,h We I ,-4 4 w a .g A . K wif- w zpsgsmtgezgiiqfg 9, Q We l - ,L . ,.,, A , ,iw ,?,,W,,,, so - , , f,r,,.f,.Qzw.f:z, -iw V' 5 . , were used for smacking people over the head. Each one was made of a confetti- Pictures reminiscent of the yeql-'5 events were carefully chosen filled egg shell set in a decorated paper cone. by French Club members for their scrapbook. EL CLUB CERVANTES Bottom row: Connie Davis, Vivian Machado, Lourdes Davis, .lulietta Gonzales, Pat Maiuta, Susie Smith, Mary Ann Barrios. Second row: Shelly Rosenberg, Rosenna Treio, Kay Smith, Sonia Evans, Margaret Smith, Lou Anne McDonald, Nellie Gonzales, Cathy Silvers. wg: Third row: Diane Lora, Gloria Manriquez, Peter Johnson, Regina Float Joan DeVries, Royce Smith, Diana Armstrong. Top row: Mr Mlchoil Ml randa, Rose Mary Colflesh, Vicki Carter, Anthony Soqui, Mike Ray Robin Wortmon, John Kessinger, Jerry Wortman. On the slopes of the front lawn, Ski Club President Terry Bennett and Vice- president Debbi Purvis reviewed the basic skills of skiing. Right: During ci workout in the matroom, Judo Club instructor Glen Sago taught adviser Barry Dunn the correct "left natural position". SKI CLUB Bottom Row: Betty Wittels, Tracy Wasley, Pat Fitzpatrick, Penny Sylvester, Jacque Hespen, Cindy Fain, Jennifer Matteson, Yolanda Hanna, Stephanie Hostetler. Second Row: Carol Matte, Jennifer Sooter, Frances Montenegro, Kathie Minder, Linda Netherton, Sally Bland, Patti Purvis, Yvonne Hellman, Debbi Larson, Bill Sumner. Third Row: Leanne Minder, Judy Wasley, Nancy Waddell, Sharon Lanan, Sandy Klugherz, Roberta Waldren, Kathy Canfield, Oscar Hernandez, Skip Hancock, Susan Wad- dell. Top Row: Lee Maxon, Maureen Withey, Melanie Delwarte, Keith Sutterley, Terry Bennett, Duane Moore, John Vasile, Jennifer Wiley, Dan McKendrick, Roy Jenkins. Q 'lar , , yy 'L , .. Y ' ' ,. ll i l 74 .lily is . ...W .mf l I, it Activities of Judo, Pep and ki Clubs Arrested ttention of Many Students Self-defense as a sport made its debut this year. JUDO CLUB instructors included Glen Sogo from the University and several students with judo experience. During club meetings members learned the correct way to fall as well as throws and holds. Peanuts characters Lucy, Linus and Snoopy were the PEP CLUB mascots. Mem- bers delivered gifts to rest homes at Christmas and sent tape recordings of popular music to G.I.s. The club also decorated the stadium goal posts prior to home football games. SKI CLUB received a pair of skiis and beginners' lessons for representing the school with the greatest attendance on the first days of skiing at Mount Lemmon Ski Lodge. Pro- ceeds from a club car wash and raffle helped finance other ski trips. ssier JUDO CLUB Bottom row: Kathryn Mclntyre, Cecilia Juarez, dy Burris, Erich Draeger, Alex Coronado, Vicki Carter, Gregory Theresa Lim, Rachel Tineo, Mary Lou Morales, Linda Castro, Lee. Susie Smith. Top row: Mr. Barry Dunn, Rodrick Oldfather, Cin- PEP CLUB Bottom row Bonnie Gee, Jo Ann Wong, John Montana, Pris- Top row: Roy Jenkins, Jean Leon, Alice Reyes, Gloria Marin, Debbie cilla Robles Darlene Gaston, Teresa Lozano, Becky Gutierrez, Chris Ochoa. Sue Young, Esfella Pacho, Regina Fleat, Mary Ann Reis, Duane Moore. 75 wi, Bl-CHEM-PHY Bottom row: Debbie Petersen, Vicki Hutchinson, Farr, John Dengler. Second row: Kathy Eppley, Daniel Tom, Willia David Soukup, Lyle Hancock, David Gandell. Third row: David While practicing merchandising skills in V312, a DECA member displayed her wares to a "pretend" customer. m 76 Sabina David Riley, Harv Richelson, Tom Withey, Lewis Crane, Kevin Jensen fn TOFH, Michael Lee. Top row: Diane Blackburn, Roberta Burke, Dave Federhar BGUm, Frank Peyton, Duane Moore, David Kreamer, Stephen Truiillo, John Hall "Mm, this is good," commented a VlCA member after snitching a polywog while the organization's officers distributed the candy to be sold by members. wail' ii E ' - it i L T5 it . . r i i' F , 'I it .. 2-W-. , ., .. ws, - , . ., in-gn, - -, ts ,.- - t - f awqd qwwwwq f ' is it 1 ,is , , - , . ' 44 4- nf.-jzrr' ,:-f er' it 1 .f gift' '? 1 i "' L . . - 'ai egg - 4. is I ar e . ,, :--5 I V. .,i,, f , ' eie- R P X t inf WU I0 3 I ' eel, 'eww-Q Y it" -462' . ' fb . M. . CHESS CLUB Bottom Row: Bill Sumner, Sabina Farr, Michael Williams, Mr. Joe Steiner, Stephen Truiillo, Jim Wezelman, Robert Fry, John Hall, Ronnie Lopez, Neil Martin. Second Row: Richard Bronson, Brad Hacker, Edwin Scholcz, Andy Martin. David Riley, Raymond Miller, Robert Beren, Harvey Richelson. Top Row: VIC , DECA Strove for Organizational Prizes After placing his opponent on the defensive, secure a checkmate. Chess Club members m Jim Wezelman moved his queen to et every Tuesday after school. This year the VOCATIONAL INDUSTRI- AL CLUB OF AMERICA participated in or- ganizational contests covering safety, welding, parliamentary procedures, job interviews and machine trades. Members worked all year at industrial businesses participating in the on-the-job-training program. Participating stores throughout the city provided DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB OF AMERICA members the oppor- tunity to receive first-hand experience in mar- keting and retail sales. The state conference emphasized merchandising, window displays and successful salesmanship. With a more experienced group this year, CHESS CLUB viewed the high school tourna- ments with anticipation. A ladder system indi- cated the standing of each member. Officers included Harvey Richelson as President and Andy Martin as Vice-President. Scientifically inclined Badgers attended BI-CHEM-PHY meetings on Thursdays after school. Once each month a guest speaker lec- tured on topics ranging from x-ray crystal- lography to scientific theories demonstrated by toys. The club planned a field trip in May and an end-of-the-year picnic. 77 NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE Bottom row: Mary Pratt, Cathy Thorup, row: Dave Edgar, Bob Messing, Linda Schwartz, Donald Evans Linda Jeff Buchella, Midclie Young, Susan DeHart, Betsy Czerny, Nancy Scott. Netherton, Ann Dahlen, Salvatore Zagona. Top row John Kaufman John Second row: Elise Hochstein, Ellen Bromberg, Linda Forrester, Kathy Mc- Roman, Michael Lee, John Howell, Dale Wheeland Bob Dahlen Laura Millen, Kathy Crane, Miriam Salonic, Mimi Blitzer, David Gandell. Third Hanahan, Mr. Ed Markert. rtists and Librarians Aided School As Forensic League Stressed Debate Forensic League adviser Mr. Edward Markert despaired when Barbara McGee laughed at her own humorous article. 78 Arizona Children's Colony received month- ly issues of a magazine sent to them by the EX LIBRIS CLUB. Remaining club funds paid for record albums donated to the school library. The EX Libris Club was a local di- vision of the State Student Library Associa- tion. Member Roberta Waldron held the office of state program committee chairman. Following a luncheon the ART CLUB toured the Tucson Art Center during the se- mester break. Creating and selling pinatas and Christmas cards helped earn money to purchase picture frames for art work in the library. Workshop activities of the club varied as members explored the different aspects of art, including sculpture and oil painting. Orators participated in the Arizona Inter- scholastic Association State tournament in April and the Forensic League of Arizona Spring Trophy contest in March. The NA- TIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE concentrated heavily on debate and sent four debators to the Arizona State competition in Tempe. Mem- bers had a year-end party in which the squad held a contest among themselves. . 2 - ART CLUB Bottom row: Juana Lopez, Lily Jew, Geraldine Lovegreen, Grace Ramos. Second row: Alice Reyes, Grace Molina, Annie Gee, Chyrstal Todd. Third row: Brad Hacker, Fatima Lopez, Robert Hale, Regina Fleet. Top row: Weldon Washington, George Hernandez, Rodrick Oldfather, Mr. Charles Todd. Student librarians aided the regular librarians by checking out education- al materials and sorting name cards. Ex Libris club members also helped EX LIBRIS CLUB Bottom row: Mrs. Grace Rae, lda Colston, Shirley Wilka. Second rowz. Jerry Kiersch, Bruno Alesii, Karen Elliott. Top row: Steve Suarez, Margaret Peters, Roberta Waldren. by shelving returned books, guiding students in the library, and work ing in the magazine room upstairs during and after school. 79 gronom , Tutoring and l-lomemaking lnterested embers of Three Clubs To brighten the holiday mood, FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA made red and green pipe cleaner poinsettias for the faculty. Brightly colored stuffed elephants and camels with button-eyes made by club members brought joy to many children in local hospitals during the Christmas season. The club president and several members repre- sented the organization at the state conven- tion held at the University of Arizona. Red and white Victory Dolls made by members of FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA boosted the spirit of the student body during the football season. Club mem- bers also tutored junior high students, and during the school year the organization spon- sored Teacher's Appreciation Day. A state convention held in Yuma interested members. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA came into existence this year as an offshoot of the new Horticulture class. All club members were required to enroll in the class. Meetings featured lectures and demonstrations concern- ing plant physiology, nutrition, and care. Through these activities members received in- struction in the methods of cultivating several types of fruits, vegetables and ornamental plants such as flowers and shrubs. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Bottom row: Mona Paredes, Patt Majuta, Miriam Bornstein, Sabina Farr, Helen Tom, Beverly Gin, Pat Jimenez, Vi- vian Machado. Second row: Julieta Gonazalez, Carol Salazar, Elizabeth FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Bottom row: Doug Armstrong, Carlos Ca- ballero, Theron Johnson, Gary Sholley, Bruno Alesii, Robert Gustafson. Sharpe, Edna Gallardo, Silvia Meza, Karen Mercer, Jane McCullum. Top row: Diane LaBrie, Diane Lara, Elizabeth Mallams, Elaine Harter, Janie Harper, Rosemary Coltlesh, Robert Wortman, Mr.xBob Haskett. Top row: Mr. Robert Rusk, Eddie Gallardo, Larry Brown, Doug Larson, Craig Oakes, Bo Burris. 80 zszzzsilzga 229383 While iuloring two Roskruge sfudenfs, FTA member Robert Wortmcn explained cs poem wriffen by Cclrl Sandburg. Lefl: As a service to The Home Economics Teachers, FHA Club members resfocked the cupboards with groceries. Avenue provided club members with facilities including and harvest equipment. E N 81 Litter and Foolproof atch-lVlaking lnvolved Lettermen and Girls, League Computers and old cars were integral parts of GIRLS' LEAGUE and LETTER- lVIEN,S CLUB this year. After matching couples electronically, Girls' League spon- sored a uperfect date" dance in May. The Let- termen backed car bash in October measured student muscle power. Lettermen also helped to beautify the school by cleaning up the stadium every Saturday morning. Girls' League started off an active year by holding the traditional mixer. A new idea for the club added a representative from each class to the Council. Later in the year, the League planned an after-game basketball dance, a father-daughter box-supper, Twirp Week and finished the year with the assem- bly installation of all newly elected officers. "Well-dressed girls always finish first." Lettermen cooperatio th G helped to illustrate a very important facet of school code. - 1 if 5' 'fi Senior Lettermen Pat Bailey and John Vasile assisted cheerleaders to promote spirit "Are you sure that this is your first one?" asked Willie Ma- at basketball games by holding player name cards for cheers. GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL Bottom row: Sylvia Wittels, Helen Kassander, Cindy Fain, Shelly Rosenberg, Nancy Scott, Mickie Quiroz, Maxine Holub, Mimi Blitzer. Second row: Andrea Jahnke, Betty Hirsch, Gayle Feldman, LETTERMEN Bottom row: Oscar Paredes, Jesus Gutierrez, Vince Luciano, Gus Aragon, Ron James, Darrell MacDonald, John Manriquez, Keith Sutterley, Kelly Christopher, Bob Dorsan, Second row: Jim Farero, Oscar Almazan, Arnold Mares, Cornelia Ormsby, Terry Bennett, Chuck Stanton, Joe Millstone, Richard Canfield, Willie Morales, Elias Bustamante. Third rales as he served cakes during the Badger Mixer. Sandie Soto, Arlene Vidal, Dina Soltero, Beverly Downey, Sally Bland. Top row: Kathie Minder, Debbie Young, Karen Mercer, Debbie Kessler, Thamascena Green, Anne Towne, Melinda Fredley, Stella Holub. row: Charles Garcia, Raymond Maiuta, Jack Goddard, Alan Luke, Tony Laborin, Bill Fellner, Robert Lean, Daniel McKenrick, John Vasile, Wade McLean, Gary Shalley. Top row: Gary Guerrero, Armando Valente, Jim Wezelman, Richard James, Tom Sautley, Kevin Sievert, Mike Dymond, Jim Navarro, Bruce Klewer, Richard Dodson, Tom Dean. 83 --...,MWM as-vc hmmm N"""-ss, W-,NQNNWNQ l R. At the drama assembly, Jack Touseull dimmed the lights while other Stagehands prepared to part the curtains. 84 ln preparation for a regular assembly in the auditorium, Stagehand Jim Levitt ar- ranged the spotlights backstage for the desired special effects. One of the maior tasks facing the Stagehands in setting the stage for the Christmas assembly was to place an ornamented bell high over the stage. l Badger Bar Sold Cokesg Stagehands Received Lessons From behind the counters of two refresh- ment stands in the stadium, members of the BADCER BAR sold Coke and candy to stu- dents. Vendors also roamed the stands at home football games. Badger Bar members re- ceived lessons early in the year dealing in salesmanship, making the correct change and the operation of equipment in the booths. During the games the pep squads of both the home and visting teams received free refresh- ments from the Badger Bar. For their services during the games the members earned 31.00 an hour from the operation's profits. Every school function had its men behind the scenes. STAGEHANDS manipulated the auditorium's ropes and levers backstage. After a few lessons given by the adviser, Mr. Ed Segerstrom, in special effects and the opera- tion of equipment, the Stagehands began Work during school productions. The members vol- unteered their services throughout the school day and received 31.50 an hour at events held after school hours such as the Chorus concert . in December and band presentations. Left: Af the main snack bar in the southwest corner of the stadium, Dorothy Lietha sold popcorn to hungry fans. In the fall, Badger Bar members usually went to the stadium several the second quarter of ci game with an exceptionally large turnout the hours before a football game to prepare refreshments. By the end of members sold all the popcorn they had popped. 85 5f?L:?kXSif?JiiI15f1L?1ii?5S?'fr75f?21fi'f-iftliilfkiI-Qxiilfffixliffcwlgag liifiidifle' During an advanced drama class, Ronnie Flores walloped Frank Damiani, after starting a pillow fight stage-directed in the lines of their script. THESPIANS Bottom Row: Ray Laos, Marge Marquez, Betty McLane, Gerry Gradillas, Valerie Swanson. Second Row: Trinidad Martinez, Ardeth Oldfather, Sandy Klug- herz, Ronnie Flores. Third Row: Mari Allgood, Frank Damiani, Marcia Bastin, Melita Hall, Roberta Waldren. Top Row: Mr. Albert Grott, Vickki Powell, Jett Wellborn, Shirley Traylor, Mike White. Left: Gazing into Mike WhiIe's eyes and on the verge of tears, Paula Kline brought feeling into her portrayal of Diane Roberts in "Love ls Contagious". Thespians Planned Dance, Bake Sale To Enlarge Funds '6Love Is Contagiousv, a light romantic comedy, set in New York, was the THES- PIAN'S first production. Playgoers also Viewed '6Hocus Pocus" and c'We Must Kill Toni", two other plays presented by the de- partment at Tucson High School. In an effort to raise money to pay for needed stage props and a new curtain, the group launched two money-making projects. Thespians first held a bake sale and later a dance with Tucson Senior Tri-Hi-Y. When not acting in the Little Theater or raising money, the Thespians went on field trips. The first of their travels took them to Northern Arizona University for a two day convention. Later they put on a play at the Arizona Deaf and Blind School. Thespians also attended the Speech and Drama Festival. ln the first production of the school year, Thespian member Marcia Bastin shrieked her lines in retort. l 87 Vocalists Attended Special Programs, ll State Festival Festivals and special programs beckoned CHORALEERS away from the Tucson High campus several times this year. A musical assembly and an evening Christmas program set the pace for a busy schedule. In February, the advanced choir and the Sophomore Girls, Ensemble represented Tucson High in the at- tendance of "La Boheme", a grand opera by Puccini. Early in March, the Choraleers sponsored the Tucson High Vocal Festival which gathered choristers from all of Tucson District Number 0ne's grade schools. Later the same month, five Choraleers entered the competition for the All State Choral Festival at the University of Arizona. The five vocalists, Don Taylor, Robin Laird, Linda Kosky, Chyra Smith and I on Salva- tierre all received high ratings in voice control and presentation. Choir members also traveled to Sahuaro High School for the All City Choral Festival in April. Their active season closed on J une 5 with a program given at the Tuc- son High l969 graduation ceremonies. Special closets for choir robes lined the wall of the music room. After participating in concerts, singers doffed their robes to be hung up. Right: Singers .leff Dick, Kathy Rouh, and Lynda Gillespie prepared for an up- coming concert, each one singing a different part, either bass or alto. Christmas music Iivened the holiday mood as the Choraleers and Honor groups, along with the Sophomore Girls' Ensemble, brightened the sea Band presented their special assembly. The following evening the two son with a program for Tucson High parents. 88 . -1,4 -1 5 .. .9 4 M4 Q k '-1 , L: rl M ,fx g . ' - - 'fs ',." "Warming up" on vocal scales, Mrs. Edgington directed the Girls' Ensemble and Glee Club to hit crescendos and diminuendos in staccato tones. CHORALEERS Bottom row: Louann Buckley, Richard Walker, Mary Alta- mirano, Timetria Wells, Cheri Davis, Kathe Pittman, Tim McClain, Roy Laos, Lee Duckett, Thomas Vacanti, Arnold Arenas. Second row: Fran Montenegro, Phyllis Broussard, Irene Armenta, Julie Underwood, Mary CHORALEERS Bottom row: Robert Hinkle, Steve Cornell, Debbi Brown, Terry Bloom, Raymond Quintanar, Angie Molina, Charlene Piery, Josh Weissberger, Jo Ann Cluff, Pamela Tabor. Second row: Margaret Darnall, Chrya Smith, Judy Cournoyer, Pat Matthews, Diana Lyczynski, Debbie Riesgo, Doris Thomas, Patti Hummer, Linda Kosky, Oscar Varnado, Sid- Choraleers Became Alice Still, Smith, Thomascena Green, Gloria Misner, Marcia George, Carol Robin Laird. Top row: Billy Galbreath, Steve Lesher, Don Taylor, Kevin Jensen, David Osollo, Hector Juarez, Fred Maldonado, Russell Slaughter, Dale Karr, Kenneth Dillon, Jim Van Der Aa. ney Helm. Third row: William Baskerville, Jon Salvatierra, Lynda Galla- hue, Tim Hilderman, Elizabeth Mallams, Suzy Snyder, Bill Henry, Calvin Dogan, Danal Davis, Fred Shaw. Top row: Ada Redd, Lupe Canez, Jane McCullum, Bobby Ruiz, Phil Espinosa, Janie Harper, Kris Molander, Kathy Rauh, Brenda Ross, Adolfo Salinas, Jeff Dick. ' L 1. , gi ,- ,ir"lr..fwl5i S. 3' ' .. ,f- ic, W. K M or - 1 L l L . ,...., ' ' i I. 'S ' -"r s-'ss ii" ' , V Z K . Q- Q A - S ..j : S pf ' gm, ,fu ss. T 2 -, ,. aga r - 3 ' ' ' 1' ,ww gy 5 ' wh- .Li sa- if Q 5 qi' ft 43 VV jj N? 2 , A- ' 'ASM 5 2 V -. ,K , - : ,af fy - -5 ti - I Q VV g-ii i N K I '21 . fi 'Q is Q., r f , - : E ' ,ac ' T ' V , Mi f . xii Q K g 1 X - ,ig 1 ses. L B P. 3 . ..s1 i'i- f , fit . I . " ' . i I A 90 andering Minstrels b Touring to Perform 5 Three part harmony created a special effect gf fhe Sophomore Mrs. Joy Edgington directed her Sophomore Girls' Ensemble in anticipation of their Girls' Ensemble special Christmas assembly, holiday program, consisting of traditional Christmas songs. Blending their voices, Mrs. Edgington's fourth period choir class produced the students aware of their posture and the proper use of their voices mellow tones as they sang. As an experienced singer, Mrs. Edgington kept as well as drilling them on vocal scales. 'l" 4.- 55 in 5 L I fs- 'fs., ' it V 1 ,ff Y, K 55? if , K ww 4 ,QL 32:33, N, K fm ' '1 ,if f Jew '3 91 Lively tunes played by the Orchestra entertained Badgers during the included "On the Trail" from the "Grand Canyon Suite" by Grote and annual musical assembly held in December. The wide variety of selections "Christmas Fugue" arranged by Brown. Violinists sharpened their sense of timing and playing precision in Festival. Other practices included those for a series of concerts presented preparation for their performance at the annual All City Orchestra of Mansfeld and other Tucson junior high schools. 92 rchestra Membership Reached 100: The Largest Number in lts Histor ORCHESTRA sprang into action with the presentation of its annual assembly on Decem- ber 3. The young musicians played several selections, including a movement from uMon- do Cane" arranged by Gordon and 'gSynco- pated Clock" by Anderson. The highlight of the program was a solo by David Ruiz, en- titled 6'Trumpet in the Night" by Simeone. In conjunction with the Choraleers, the Or- chestra entertained parents with a Christmas program presented the evening of December 5. Approximately one hundred students prac- ticed during fifth period. This was the greatest number of students ever to participate in Or- chestra at Tucson High School. This year's Orchestra consisted of seventy-five strings with wind instruments from the band. Besides practicing for assemblies, Orches- tra members spent many hours, under the di- rection of Mr. Lauritz Bjorlie, preparing for concerts held at Mansfeld and other junior high schools in the Tucson area. Orchestra members also attended the All City Orchestra Festival in March. Outside of school some members, including Orchestra President Ben- ny Young, played in the Tucson Youth Symphony. The musicians completed the year with an evening concert and a picnic. ORCHESTRA Bottom Row: Gloria Ruiz, Donna Gillespie, Peggy Scott, Er- melinda Robles, Tony Saenz, David Ruiz, Bruce Steele, Devita Ellison, Ron- nie DeSchalit. Second Row: Lynn Baker, Carol Matte, Margaret Phillips, Marye Thomsen, Janet Ridgnal, Janet Andrew, Amy Dodds, Jeanette Dasa coli, Nancie Winsor, Gilbert Matsushino, Julie Underwood. Third Row: ORCHESTRA Bottom Row: Lorraine Gomez, Bonnie Gee, Connie Gee, Connie Davis, Kathy Collier, Sylvia Tautimer, Rafaela Rachel Sanchez, Louisa San- chez. Second Row: Annie Gee, Bertha Sanchez, Marilyn McGlory, William Gee, George Alameda, Olivia Aguirre, Mack Ruiz, Irma Valenzuela, Mark Hunten, Ida Ballesteros, Norma Jean Molina. Third Row: Mary -'f -s,,. 1 - i ii Nancy Shuckerow, Keith Hunten, Ruben Malian, Juanita Aharez, Steve Greengard, Linda Lewis, Vikki Powell, Tura Hatley, Michael Lee, Benny Young. Top Row: Stefan Myslicki, Doug Carpenter, Kevin Sievert, Lisa Jackson, Joseph Andaloro, Paul Waldren, Kerry Joylux, David Bromberg, John Hogg, Richard Obegon, David Beatty. Hilyard, Lydia Martinez, Grace Molina, Louise Reed, Albert Lucerd, Mary Ann Rucker, Eve Martinez, Martha Ortiz, Chrystal Todd, Irene Broca- mente. Top Row: Fred Tarazon, Jimmy Acuna, Kathy Eppley, Marianne Chavez, Dalia Valencia, David Gutierrez, Carmen Polanco, Albert Huesta, Odila Valencia, Grace Ballesteros, Jannis Lugo. ' 1 I 1 ' 1: V f f I -- , ' ' - -- ' if- ' ' I -"' I -' . . .. , Q ' . 1 V , rg - 4. .. ., . - -- i " ' -V '- ,, , . . , - . ' " ' ' 'Z vw i S' r " ' . . it "I" in ' a:re. i, E372aiie2i :ff1f7t5 ' ' ' M , , ' ' f . X M.. '- ,-vw 2 ,, , at - i L S' ' ' L M " are . 1 :. -r , r ' L A W : ' ' I, s ,. V ,,.. V. , gem' ' - x . . , as ,g gg, r , n aw' -rr A 1 - -' - as " as an '1 -r , , I LM A - r f 1 , ' ' - A it L.: , ' H . r z. ' : f ew f - was , 42 f r w e - f it ' J ' " f ' f , 93 Bandsmen Performed 'Colonel Bogey, nd 'Ceremonial Music, at niversity Besides marching in the annual Rodeo Day Parade, the band attended the All-City Band Festival in February and the All-State tryouts in January. The Marching 100 bands- men also presented more than twenty-five con- certs at Tucson High and several junior high schools in the Tucson area. Familiar spirit- raising strains rose from the band section at football games. However, members of the Stage Band performed at basketball games. After competing with other bands from throughout the state, the jubilant bandsmen of Tucson Highis MARCHING 100 returned to their buses with a superior rating on Band Day, held at the University of Arizona stadium late in November. The band performed "Colonel Bogey" and '4Ceremonial Music", and featured a trumpet solo by David Ruiz. Members of all participating bands received free dinners on the University grounds. Five bands rehearsed under the direction of Mr. Charles Steele. During football season bandsmen viewed pre-game and halftime films. Seeing mistakes made in previous games enabled them to perfect future routines. David Ruiz practiced his band day solo during his fifth period Senior band member Roland Pasternak idly strummed his guitar composing an class. He played first chair trumpet in the All-City Band. original song. He also played the trombone in the Marching 100 94 at kd i" 'QL As David Ruiz played a trumpet solo of "La Virgen de la Macarena", ment. Judges graded the bands on the execution of formations, musical Band Director Mr. Charles Steele conducted the band in the accompani- ability and the condition of the instruments. Lyres club members invaded Mr. Steele's office ending a long search Obregon and fellow bandsmen laughed as Peggy Scott read a humorous for a quiet place to discuss their Senior Follies act, Club president Richard skit under consideration for the Follies presentation. 95 K3 i MARCHING TOO Bottom Row: Bruce Steele, Karen Mercer, Paul Romo, Dave Rubinstein, Stephen Truiillo, Jose Vega, David Valasquela, Max Tony Saenz, Vikki Buthod, Frank Dascoli, Don Nelson, Rudy Lopez, Jerry Coltrin. Top Row: Jerry Wortman, Frank Peyton, Tom Burges, Richard Chacon, Ray Chavez, Lynn Baker. Second Row: David Ruiz, Mike Agui- lar, Ruben Madera, Louis Lara, Larry Traylor, Adalberto Gonzalez, Smith, Gilbert Caballero, John Hogg, Gilbert Ramos, Doug Carpenter, Dwight Thornton, John Hall, Roland Pasternack, Richard Obregon. MARCHING TOO Bottom Row: Delia Cananza, Misti Taylor, Phyllis Gillespie, Mary Helen Leon, Pat Jimenez, Barbara Rivera, Sandra Wright, Mindy McGhee, Maxine Holub, Linda Salonic, Darla Wilkerson, Helen Coltrin. Second Row: Linda Stension, Sylvia Garcia, Marvel Fe- gursky, Anna Treio, Kathy Hatley, Manny Avalos, Norma Saenz, Ron MARCHING 100 Bottom Row: Marcia Cole, Rosalva Lowe, Peggy Scott, Julieta Gonzalez, Martha Johnston, Alice Milton, Jeanette D'Ascoli, Carol Salazar, Carlos Moreno, Second Row: Debbie Young, Tura Hat- ley, Larry Gutierrez, Dan Robles, Richard Padilla, Robert Beren, Ben- 96 James, Nancie Winsor, Jerry Huerta, Lewis Crane, James Barnes. Top Row: Donna Sedlack, Ysidro Barron, Susan Slonaker, Keith Hun- ten, Debbie Smithson, David Riley, Richard Canfield, William Howard, George Hernandez, Harold Riley, Dennis Karr, Ramon Montano, Gilbert Matsushino. iamin Moncivaiz, Freddie Nunez, Edmond Chapple, Bruno Alesii, Mark- us Hinden. Top Row: Tony Limon, David Beatty, Steve Greengard, Willie Johnston, Paul Waldren, David Bromberg, Art Evenchik, Joe Andaloro, Frank Marin, Stefan Myslicki, Maurice Hellman, Samuel Green. ii? WW E55 Band Paraded as Tijuana Tech During Lunch rss t he me Q , gi F it Nfsf 34? N -My fwmgg ffl: - a V- fu Band Director Mr. Charles Steele led the Marching IOO as they played the Clad in crazy hats, Tiiuana Tech helped promote spirit by play- National Anthem opening the first pep assembly of the school year. ing school songs in the cafeteria during lunch time. While concentrating on his music, o saxophone player in the bond Rated one of the best bands in the state, the Marching 100 performed completed part of the "Crown" formation at the Homecoming game. regularly during half-time at home football games. ll--,mo,,e, .c,.,,,,cWr,.W,W,,,. Y wmw,wMm,l,r,.s,,e,Ww,e.r,,,.,...,, -,. --1,1 ,pf 4,2 scsi, K.-w,r.,,,, ,f -f.i :-V--ww, no .w or CHR P0715 Friday night football games, running, passing, dodging, scoring, victory for the Badgers, dribbling down the court- whoosh! a basket! Varsity, .l.V., F rosh in constant competition, wrestling, gymnastics requiring strength and skill, spring sports: tennis, swimming, baseball, practice, more practice, songleading and modern dance routines . . . MOMENTS of physical development. 1 J LQ w ,5- 1 i 1- ' T ,H . 5 V 1 ., ' 4.1 :Q-Q, -4135-,V IO V 4 ' ' I P 50 W0 - J D 'I A, 'J Tuesonvs Badgers Showed ffensive Strength Ch ' d f ' I' eman Richard Dodson ripped through a paper advantage of a Palo Verde pass with an interception and a 65 yard urging e ensnve in Titan in what proved to be a prophetic movement. The Badgers took runback to score with two minutes gone inthe game. 100 Successfull rushing First Four Opponents Curtis Flannigan barreled around end, recreating the Badger offensive play respon- sible for most of the yardage gained on the ground by Tucson. Utilizing his speed and agility, Halfback Joe Petroshus launched himself out of a frantic North Phoenix tackle to gain another Badger first down. w. V lx Wm , 'JL '3"43fif'ew: 'J st Y-rf "ff ,Jn iz-x V 'N at ,Q ,r tv, With an estimated crowd of 8,000 the Badger Cridders broke into the season with a 39-14 triumph over top-rated Palo Verde. The Titans, held scoreless until the fourth quarter, outweighed the Badgers hy 31 pounds per man, but could not contain J oe Petroshus as he rampaged 166 yards for three goals. Thundering hack from their first victory, the aroused Badgers overturned Catalina, tally- ing 38 points to the Trojans 14. The combined efforts of right halfbacks Vernon Davis and Yodie Perkins accounted for four of the six Tucson High touchdowns. Sneaking across the goal only twice in the fourth quarter, Catalina suffered their second defeat. Vernon Davis paused to size up Pueblo's secondary defense after eluding all efforts by the Warrior Iinemen. 'af V K Manga 1.1, V s , ,ef cv ,. I -wi .faq . A K QL , ,- I kim a ,, 1135233.73 , 1 101 Badgeris Loss to Douglas Demolished hances for Division hampionship For the third week in a row, Coach May- field dressed out and played all 44 members of the varsity squad in the Sunnyside game. Joe Petroshus, scoring two red and white goals, recorded his second 100-yard plus night. Tucson mauled Sunnyside 63-14. Throwing three touchdown passes in the 53-33 victory against visiting North Phoenix, quarterback Willie Morales led in the city with 14 for the season. Tucson's potent offense netted 150 yards more than the opposing Mus- tangs with top receiver Eric Watson catching three passes for 142 yards and 12 points. The Badgers only upset came at the hands of Douglas. The Bulldogs, also sporting a no- loss record, capitalized on three Tucson errors to down the Badgers 21-13 and steal first place in Southern AAATA division. Halfback Vernon Davis' 122 yards rushing was high- lighted by an 82 yard kick-off return. On the rebound from their loss, the Badgers retaliated with victories over Sal- pointe and Rincon. Tucson stopped a Lancer drive on the 10 yard line and scored 25 more points in the second half to overcome a 14-12 halftime deficit and pulverize Salpointe 37- 14. With a tie score of 26-26 at the end of the third quarter, the red and white cut loose against Rincon to roll up four touchdowns and Tucson's sixth triumph of the year. VARSITY FOOTBALL Bottom row: Dennis Thygesen, Willie Morales, Gary Guerrero, Alan Luke, Tony Laborin, Yody Perkins, Beniie Sanders, Dwight Thornton, Bill Laird, Larry Bacon. Second row: Carlos Hernandez, Chuck Gracia, Armando Valente, Wade McLean, Willie Ellis, Despite the 29 degree weather in El Paso, Tucsons' gridders pounded Burges 26-7. Joe Petroshus, boosting his season rushing over the one thousand mark, scored twice, increas- ing his touchdown total to twelve. In the oldest high school rivalry in Tucson, the Badgers victimized the Amphi Panthers for the seventeenth time. In winning their eighth contest of the season the Big Red broke the previous city scoring record. Tucson smashed the Pueblo Warriors 28- 14 in the last game of the season securing the mythical city championship. Rambling 303 yards, Halfback J oe Petroshus broke the single game record and became the city's all time leading rusher with a total of 1418 yards. Although failing to take the division title, the Badgers led in team offense and snapped records in five departments. Junior Willie Morales topped the division in passing with Eric Watson as the City's top receiver. VARSITY FOOTBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 39 Palo Verde 14 37 Salpointe 14 38 Catalina 14 52 Rincon 26 63 Sunnyside 14 26 Burges 7 53 North Phoenix 33 39 Amphi 14 13 Douglas 21 28 Pueblo 14 -,S Bob Morris, Curtis Flannigan, Ken Craig, Cornelius Ormsby, Ed Ochoa. Top row: Gilbert Fimbres, Jason Cady, Jeff Dick, Richard Dodson, Tom Dean, Pat Bailey, Vernon Davis, Joe Petroshus, Samuel Green, Eric Watson. 1 Q' U' ,, . Q Q "' f , I .s Y Q K 5 , . L .ti sf 3, gl , '- 5' in 7 lit' .fit ., . h i ,Q ii at -I A ' 4 it r ' 'i 1 at Q! ' - V ' V t a " 4, . tr K I 22, il G. 'E ,f f " "" ii 5 ,n f ' M ' ' . 'I -, 3 . ri A ' 21 - a i f . Z 1. ' it digg' ,, ,agzif,ss: ' K- -I ' r I E it ' - l . ur "ii .3 . ., . i .... f . I Z . , , V- , - - - :x-as K 7 . A, f r, s. ,. 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Although blanking Catalina 33-O in the first game of the 1968 season, the Badgers tied with the Trojans for the city title. Scoring 395 points to their opponents 78, the undefeated Baby Badgers seized nine vic- tories for the city and divisional champion- ships. Coaches Don Anderson and Art Acosta handled 125 boys throughout the season play- ing all of those who dressed out in every game. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 33 Catalina O 7 Rincon 13 37 Sunnyside 7 13 Sahuaro 19 48 Palo Verde 0 55 Amphi 0 12 Douglas 19 45 Pueblo 19 45 Salpointe 0 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 20 Catalina 7 40 Rincon 6 27 Sunnyside 7 67 Sahuaro O 47 Palo Verde 0 39 Amphi 21 53 Douglas 18 45 Pueblo 6 57 Salpointe 13 , Tackle Mike Dawson cleared the way for ball carrier Kelly Langfield as the pair ran for a Tucson first down. 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V. vim fi-fe K" s 3' JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Bottom : Edd' V ld Rangel, Frank Soto, Gilbert Martinez, Rene Broussard, Jim Thorpe, Ray- Bill Mesa, Second row: Roger Saufley, Dave Camacho, Tom Clark, Dennis Keating, Dessie Baca, Robert Quiroz, Jesus Bracamonte, John Truiillo, Jim Schleiger, John Palacio, Dickie Corral, David Hernandez, Danny Nava. Third row: Ralph Ormsby, Tom Strongin, David Romo, Nicky Junior Varsity halfback Darrel Davis showed his ball-catching form as he barely outpaced a Sahuaro defensive end. Sahuaro handed the Junior only night game cooled their performance. . . , , , . , . .. . .,,, . . N - A, :rf-,..rf-V. 2 Iwnmmgw --M his fm 'sr"Su2 xswizasfaz s ss R row ie a enegro, Hector Valenzuela, Carlos Guzman, Steve Kreamer Richard Calderon Rudi Lopez, Frank Madrid, George Rubio, Gilbert Caballero Louis Rivera mond Ochoa, Manny Robles, Benny Haro, Abby Cady, Robert Valverde, Johnny Encinas, Allistaire Heartfield. Top row Coach Mel Huffaker David Nelson, Marcelino Munoz, Ignacio Ruelas Gilbert Ramos James Thompson, Carlos Arriaga, Joe Redmond, Larry Willis Darral Davis Anastacio Martinez, Les Gin, Danny Gutierrez, Coach Jim Doty Varsity squad one of its' few defeats as the numbing cold of the Badger s High-scoring Delano Price improved his average with accurate shooting as the Badgers easily dumped Sahuaro. Tucson High's tall man, Chuco Miranda, used his height to great advantage as center and rebound specialist. Right: Salpolnte couldn't stop another scoring spree by Senior Ken Ball as he drove in quickly for the lay-up. 106 VkVV-k : .V,. , Bafflsd Rincon basketball players found Guard Hogie Sim- mons' quick maneuverability almost impossible to stop, VARSITY BASKETBALL Bottom row: Donald Gin, Willie Mo- rales, Norvell Watson. Second row: Frank Postillion, Mike Drobeck, Delano Price, Wallace Simmons, Ken Boll. Top raw: f Weis Basketball Squad Achieved Ranking 0f Best in State Starting the season with an unexpected Kring of wins, the Badger Cagers thoroughly stomped their first eleven opponents by an average of almost 22 points per game. Ken Ball led the team in scoring. Hogie Simmons and Delano Price were also among the city's top ten scorers. Ken Ball broke the single game scoring record with 32 points in the first Salpointe contest. Six foot, ten inch Chu- co Miranda excelled in rebounding as he grabbed 16 rebounds against Phoenix. In their only 100+ game of the season, the Badgers nearly doubled the Blue Devil score with 128 points. The state scoring rec- ord was 130 points. Coach Morales played the second and third squads as the Badger Five tramped the first year Sahuaro team which consisted entirely of juniors. Three days later the red hot Titans came to the Badger gym for a repeat performance of their first defeat. 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M ' G G M is "Q: -, W ,WW sf' ,wma km!! r rir , all 107 After driving down court, Delano Price scored as the Badgers made a third quarter comeback against Salpointe. 108 Reserve Forward Joe Petroshus attempted to elude a Palo Verde Guard as Tucson High's tall center, Chuco Miranda, ran in to assist the maneuver. Alone with his thoughts, Coach Tony Morales contemplated his teom's performance against Phoenix Union. His fine coaching paid off as the Badgers won. wh. if Badgers Ended hampionship Season B Winning tate Basketball Crown Phoenix fans Watched as Tucson defeated Maryvale 73-62. The Badgers traveled to Rin- con High Where the Rangers beat the Red and White with a close 86-84 score. Hogie Sim- mons led the Badgers with 23 points. Bounc- ing back,'the Badgers Were victorious over tough Pueblo and Douglas teams. After a close game with Amphi, the Red and White subdued Sunnyside 83-89 for their 15th win. For three years Tucson's varsity lost to Rincon. Finally the Badgers triumphed over the Rangers 98-88 as Hogie Simmons and With Tucson students watching, the Badgers topped Phoenix Union 74-66. Delano Price and Ken Ball led the attack with 26 and 23 points respectively. The Badgers took state with an 80-76 victory over Tempe. Hogie Simmons and Delano Price tied for scoring honors with 24 points, and All-Tournament Captain Chuco Miranda hauled in rebounds and scored 21 points for his efforts. VARSITY BASKETBALL ' - Tucson Opponent Tucson . Opponent Delano Price held Rincon floor general Rudy 86 Palo Verde 71 82 Pueblo 59 Mendoza to just 15 points. Pueblo and Amphi 79 Sahuaro 59 96 Douglas 75 were the next to succumb to the Badger of- gg galallna 43 64 Amphl. 53 , , , alpointe 55 88 Sunnyside 39 fense. Tucson finished their regular season 91 saipoime 75 98 Rincon gg scoring 100 points to Douglas' 88. 22 io gg 92 REEL? gl I1 fl - 94 Sahuaro 65 100 Douglas 88 After squeaking by Palo Verde 85-80, Tuc- 88 Palo Verde 75 85 Palo Verde 80 son conquered Rincon in the final game of 73 Maryvale 62 76 Rincon 61 the divisional championship 76-61 to advance 128 Slfnnyslde 68 74 Ph0eH1XUH1fm 66 , , , , 84 Rincon 86 80 Tempe 76 to the state championship at Phoenix Coliseum. Hogle Simmons ball handling abilities surprised many de- Senior Forward Bruce Klewer outreached a Phoenix Union defender to tip in a fensive players who tried to contain his attack. missed free throw by a fellow Badger during their non-conference game. 109 High Scoring Junior arsity and Freshmen Employing an effective press and accurate outside shooting, the Fresh- man Badger Basketball team, coached by Cecil Byrd, battled to an FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Bottom row: Wilbur McKesson, Gilbert Jara- millo, Bobby Howard, Richard Towne. Top row: Richard Morris, Joe impressive victory over Pueblo. The Pueblo defeat marked number eleven of an eleven game winning streak for Tucson High. Sanchez, Kelly Langford, Mike Bailey, Jim Woods, Mike Odem. Z ,Q 'N ga .va ' J in +1 ff . - ttsf 3 Q I .Q1Q'!iQ?r43lF'H75 se ' QW?-,?vlr' 110 Basketball quads Sported Winning Seasons Backed by a powerful defense the Fresh- man Basketball squad composed a 15-1 rec- ord. Under the direction of new Coach Cecil Byrd, the Badgers averaged 73 points a game, scored a city high of 90 points against Sunny- side and brought home the City Championship. Defense and team quickness brought the Junior Varsity basketball team a second place standing in the city behind Palo Verde. With the support of leading scorers Ron Hassey and Jinx Johnson, the Badgers compiled a wie... 5 L ,AX , yy, -x With Salpointe leading by one point, Darrel Davis battled toward Tucson's basket to throw in the winning goal. 17-3 record, the best mark in eight years. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 51 Palo Verde 50 71 Sunnyside 56 64 Sahuaro 44 62 Rincon 36 70 Catalina 50 63 Pueblo 51 58 Salpointe 55 95 Douglas 42 67 Salpointe 63 71 Amphitheater 63 57 Catalina 43 64 Sunnyside 35 61 Phoenix Union 82 74 Rincon 57 68 Sahuaro 28 51 Pueblo 54 45 Palo Verde 46 74 Amphitheater 40 57 Malyvale 48 72 Douglas 58 FRESHMEN BASKETBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 59 Palo Verde 31 90 Sunnyside 41 73 Sahuaro 25 77 Rincon 56 74 Catalina 25 63 Pueblo 43 74 Salpointe 34 63 Douglas 68 88 Salpointe 39 63 Amphi 51 76 Catalina 40 62 Sunnyside 30 72 Sahuaro 43 89 Rincon 40 66 Palo Verde 34 80 Pueblo 53 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Bottom row: Bill Akins, Dennis Jones, Top row: Bob Rubin, Gilbert Ramos, Larry Willis, Dan Gutierrez, Darral Davis. Second row: Jack Derickson, Lewis, Ken Dillon, Coach Charles Cook. 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The 880 medley relay team shattered the previous school record. Tucson High spikers also distinguished themselves by set- ting four best times for 1968 with Richard Dodson narrowly missing the state record in the shot put. Averaging almost 40 points more per meet than their rivals, the cindermen took their seventh divisional victory in ten years. Unusually strong in the distance events and the hurdles, the 1969 Track team looked forward to another promising season. David Romero, the school mile champion, as well as the city 880 champion, Dick Cady, and Richard Dodson, a 55' shotputter returned this year to strengthen the Badgers. The cindermen lacked sprint and discus strength. VARSITY TRACK Tucson Opponent '74 Sunnyside 53 71 Palo Verde 57 37 105 Amphi 22 98 Salpointe 29 30 44- 49 Tucson Opponent 72 Pueblo 53 90 Catalina 86 Palo Verde 99 Douglas 78 Rincon 'These scores are the result of the 1968 season. 1. me savgwfssse 5E5?1w,1fr.fi+,iti51sg1? it 51, A-W ssat.t..ts.1-- neue, Gsm., 3 ,t,.,,,:3Wi,s nge -f: age K ies: -e-:edi ts 'L iam-Q .Q .QLN-'Ys,1wvg.1ff ,Efil - ' 5' .fs .Q ha. ,fm Q 55? agtws sa5fgs4w'f LW, ,, . s:s,.Q5fsssfss- Q is 7 ,Sa- . -.isp .5 its 51- a..1.,,,.iW lg ,i f-', ,ata .t,Pw5,a.ag55fmmews,L.si K5 - ,,, sgaismif, . P Q W N 5 .r as K as .1 Q fe T , P 5 Q , Q 31? ft Q -ci. eg it ink fc. sa M stgsitssisags il Y ' ffais' 2 . ,' I f I Sas Wi?i'fgP 1-lat ' A xfsf fi ,S'a3wig1F54P.5s .F ' itegiifseffialssftiats lei, 95555 as sa Msasfx-M Q at -we ftassssas--as my as is-ffasss.2?s..fsfsisls.,a.e?sse:s we 1. as if . s,H,,,,.,i gW.,,di.,ma.f,i3P. 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I L.. to -r 311 . . ff?T'1??Sl 327552 W1 gf"E'J5lL'P3'ti1a1Pw35s,:?T15?-J, 'fi' jf-7259 Q... szrgsgaf sa.. a We ' it M -f W r.,. .. . ..,, ....,.,.,W .3 ., .W fe--.yas f--- .sf ff,. fr . f.si.a5,1 Wig, . . f25t'2aasssfwe:1sggfs,s'ff ,ge,r.yet,,gs, ,-was 5.1.,m1i,.s,,s 8 4' 8 sa--mafia,-issue ss .. 1- rs we 2'ssw:gs.sgff,ff V Head Coach Anderson timed the Red and White cindermen to check for improve- ment after they spent the first two weeks of track practice running laps. any V,V, t , ,ee,,W,, f f f,f' M., se w Q N WA Wi . ' If W ' 'i - , "fm ' e ff , " 1 ' 5 ' VY 4- we Z., 1 my I L K ,X -, Eh V 'V - ,Q afzfQ.'E4S- " f Ml if it Pushing his vault pole away so it would not hit the bar, Dwight Thornton nimbly passed over 12 feet in preparation for his attempt at 13 feet. Elias Bustamante successfully pass the baton. Intense concentration helped relay runners Dickie Cady and As Pierre Shaw and Dwight Anderson looked on, Bill Henry made an that approaching the bar at an angle of 45 degrees increased their attempt at clearing 5 feet 8 inches in the high iump. Most iumpers found iumping height to a maximum for competition. r to if ' 113 Two Mile Run Became First Event at Meets VARSITY TRACK Bottom row: Bill Contreras, Oscar Paredes, Thiren Tis- Drow, Bill Howard, Bobby Ortiz, Gary Mundan. Top row: Coach Oliver dale, Joe White, Lon Barnes, John Tom, Dan Gutierrez, Richard Canfield, Mayfield, Larry Traylor, Bill Henry, Ben Sanders, Dwight Thornton, Jose Sanchez, Alex Beltran, George Rubio. Second row: Al Martin, David Tim Strongin, Frank Fernandez, Eric Watson, William Mohr, Dick Dodson, Romero, Tony Tineo, Dick Cady, Carlos Arriaga, Darrell Davis, Denis Ed Ochoa, Coach Robert Ortiz, Coach Don Anderson. In preparation for upcoming meets, Eric Watson worked out On cold damp days Coach Don Anderson had the members of the Varsity Track with the hurdles while training at Cherry Field, team run laps at Cherry Field to keep warm and in shape for the warmer days. i 114 ' 'twink War On his second turn, sophomore discus thrower Tim Strongin prepared to release the discus and follow-through with his weight for the most effective throw. 's1s.,,smN:, si, Before dividing into groups to practice their specialties, the tracksters exercised to avoid muscle strain. A leg press allowed high iumper Ben Sanders to strengthen his legs while resting from highiumping practice. 115 Well-Rounded Frosh and Sophomore Runners FRESHMEN TRACK Bottom row: Rudy Soto, Gary Dixon, Kelly Langford, Simms, Jinx Johnson, Joel Martinez, Bob Elias, AI Mendoza, Frank Larry Youngblood, Lou Williams, Joe Dillon, Bob Howard, Gilbert Hernandez, Coach Robert Ortiz. Molina, Bernie Treio. Top row: Bill Brown, Jeff Laos, Mike Bailey, Larry Knee bends with 125 pounds developed the Thigh and calf Although not primarily a broad iumper, freshman Kelly Langford tried his talent muscles of Junior Varsity Trackman Lou Williams. at the sport in friendly competition against his fellow teammates. 116 2 I1 -1' ' ' 'i:?fLlssjT - n-arifi'-??'?7'i..3lQC4?f2 -5l iS1?h .E 'd Demonstrated Exceptional Abilities in Practice ggi-3 -is-Z 6. X.. The Junior Varsity Track team boasted members who competed on both the Varsity and Junior Varsity levels. Darral Davis, who qualified in the state finals as a freshman, was top hurdler and Bill Henry led the high jumpers. Tim Strongin showed potential in the weight department, and Hector Rangel was an outstanding distance rtmner. With leading distance runner Tony Tineo, who finished eighteenth in the Arizona Ad- missions Day 26 Mile Marathon, the Fresh- man Track squad appeared to be stronger than usual. The group showed many promis- ing prospects for future varsity teams in- cluding Rick Morris, Jinx Johnson, Rudy Soto and Louis Ballesteros. 53 JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK ' -Yr: ig 2 l Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent p -5.3,-it , '64 Sunnyside 61 82 Rincon 44 N, , , 4, , 49 Palo Verde 86 55 Pueblo 78 NN--N., , 92 Amphi 35 31 Catalina 96 ' f' 'git' 85 Douglas 22 85 Salpointe 42 f Q jjlgi f- 'h'f J 'J A 'These scores are the result of the 1968 season. i'i" J - ' FRESHMAN TRACK q Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent '102 Sunnyside 24- 66 Pueblo 44 66 Palo Verde 49 95 Catalina 32 Y ,W 97 Douglas 30 72 Salpointe 55 V 53 Rincon 66 Freshman Gary Dixon loosened up his leg muscles as part of the exercise session olrhese scores are the result of the 1968 season' designed by Coach Robert Ortiz to relieve tightness in muscles. JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK Bottom row: Gary Narcho, Jim Camacho, Denis Cady, Gilbert Molina, Bob Ortiz, James Ruiz, Gary Ziebauer, Hector Rangel, Wayne Salcido, Larry Hill, Tim Strongin. Top row: Denis Jones, Frank Rivera, Larry Willis, Joe Redmond, Art Baray, Bob Valverde Gordon Fox, Steve Kreamer, Jim Schleiger, George Rubio, Manny Valen- zuela, Alex Beltran, Gilbert Martinez, Coach Don Anderson. ESQ? ii' f . -L., il is J ll Li as , , V, N I ...E..... 117 1 Eyes fixed on the batter, Vernon Davis prepared to deliver a fastball to an opponent for the third strike. Ouifielder Amanda Guiiierrez sharpened his fielding skills by catching balls hit during the batting workouts. Right: As Bob March positioned his bat for a bunt, Albert Leon stole home from third base during a practice game. 118 Tucson Belied on Powerful Defense For Baseball Wins Pitching highlighted the 1968 Badger baseball season. Relying on pitcher Vernon Davis initially, the team improved in batting to boost Tucson High out of mid-season slump. Hard Work paid off for Coach Adkins and his team, with the Badgers clinching second place in division AA-A. A strong outfield supported by the su- perior pitching of Vernon Davis made up the tough defense of the Badger Baseballers. Coach Adkins expected Rincon, Catalina, and Douglas to be Tucson's most difficult rivals but relied on the defense to overcome them. VARSITY BASEBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 44 West Phoenix 1 1 Sunnyside O 1 Catalina 0 5 Pueblo 4 1 Salpointe 6 3 Douglas 2 2 Sunnyside 6 4 Amphi 5 13 Phoenix U. 2 2 Rincon 0 5 West Phoenix 0 8 Palo Verde 5 2 Catalina 3 5 Douglas O 0 Salpointe 2 5 Pueblo 4 0 Rincon 1 O Amphi 5 6 Palo Verde 1 'These scores are the result of the 1968 season. His legs planted firmly on the ground, Vernon Dovis placed cl bunt so that the opponent could not reach the ball. 'll9 Returning Lettermen and Experienced Pitching VARSITY BASEBALL Bottom row: Jesus Gutierrez, Blas Valdez, Tom Hinds, Lynn Baker. Top row: Mel Byrge, Richard Salas, Dan Cora, Wade Mc- Bobby Borboa, Raymond Maiuta, Larry Alvarez, Albert Leon. Second row: Lean, Vernon Davis, John Gallardo, Tony Limon, John Hogg, Edwin Armando Gutierrez, Ray Chavez, Bob Marsh, Arnold Mares, Lenny Cota- Gavitt, Charles Davis, Coach Ray Adkins. Robles, Jim Haynes, Dale Duncan, Gilbert Alegria, Willie Morales, Wade McLean stretched to catch the ball before a fellow baseball player skills in pitching, catching, hitting, and stealing bases every day during touched first base. Students on the Varsity Baseball team perfected sixth period and after school until five. :i -' .,:. Staff upplied trength for Varsity Baseball F75 ,nr 1 4 1,, , M . , L gi , Taking a last stride, Wade McLean stepped on the second base bag after hitting a fast grounder past the third baseman and out into left field. As coach of the Varsity Baseball team, Mr. Ray Adkins hit fly balls to Senior Centerfielder Joe Petroshus. O A' Afternoon daily practice for outfielder Arnold Mares included the seemingly easy task of catching fly balls. 121 Junior Varsity and Freshman Baseball Teams Alertness, agility and daring became the slim difference between a "safe" and an "out" as a freshman base-runner took a small lead off first FRESHMAN BASEBALL Bottom row: Dan Alvidrez, Joe Sanchez, Alex Lo- pez, Mike O'Dum, Jimmy Lopez, Larry Lucero, Steve Munoz, Rudy Esquivel. Second row: Frank Truiillo, Rudy Aguilar, Michael Amparano, David Gastelum, Pedro Davis, Tony Figueroa, Gilbert Marez, Donnie Lopez, Eu- base. Freshmen baseball practices were held sixth period and after school at the Tucson High football stadium. gene Moreno, Manny Garcia. Top row: Leland Taylor, Armie Bezwich, Steve Cielacha, Robert Ortiz, Al Lopez, Frank Castro, Cliff Myrick, Mike Mendez, Cary Greeneltch, Al Lopez, Make Dawson, Bill Amparano, Coach Ralph Bailey. 122 Possessed an nparalleled All- round Depth 35 J 3 fs Good all-around depth proved to be the greatest asset to Coach Ralph Bailey and his Freshman Baseballers as he fielded his team in new game uniforms for the 1969 spring season. Catcher Al Lopez also showed poten- tial at first base as Frank Castro and Mike Odem held up the teamis pitching department. Coached by Mr. Art Acosta, the Junior Varsity diamondmen had greater depth at each position than in previous years. An ex- cellent pitching staff topped off by a good team attitude assured the sophomores of a successful season against their toughest base- ball rivals, Palo Verde and Amphi. JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent "'4 Catalina 2 1 Pueblo 5 5 Salpointe 4 3 Douglas 1 2 Sunnyside 3 3 Amphi 4 5 Catalina 5 4 Rincon 2 0 Salpointe 3 1 Palo Verde 5 4 Rincon 6 13 Douglas 7 3 Palo Verde 2 1 Pueblo 7 2 Sunnyside 3 2 Amphi 4 'These scores are the result of the 1968 season. FRESHMAN BASEBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent "4 Sunnyside 2 8 Amphi 0 5 Amphi 6 4 Rincon O 7 Catalina 3 2 Salpointe 0 8 Douglas 2 5 Palo Verde 1 2 Pueblo 1 4 Rincon 5 6 Sunnyside 2 7 Salpointe 5 2 Palo Verde 3 Junior Varsity baseballer Jimmy Baragas collected his first strike in an all-out 'These SCOFOS are the 1'eS111f of The 1968 SGHSOD- effort to connect with the ball and send it flying out of the park. JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL Bottom row: Gerald Flores, Albert Beiarano, Johnny Encinas. Top row: Carlos Guzman, Robert Quiroz, Henry Perez, John Yeung, Abby Cady, Joe Simentni, Ron Syyan, Elias German, Micky Bert Oteroe, John Truiillo, Anastacio Martinez, Ron Hassey, Danny Gutier- Valenzuela. Second row: Bruce Maerker, Gilbert Caballero, Vince Amaro, rez, Dicky Corral, Gilbert Ramos, Coach Art Acosta. Jeff Kemper, John Palacio, Frank Lucero, Jimmy Baragas, Dave Camacho, ,'i'2??5" ff, ,. i 123 Harriers, Bid Fell Shortg Wrestlers ade tate Finals Tucson's Cross Country team got off to a slow start this season, resulting in a team that had to work hard to erase their seventh place standing. The harriers managed to improve their rating at the City Meet, where they won fourth place. Coached by Mr. Ortiz, the team ended the season with a 2-8 record. State tournament results highlighted a not too successful season for the Wrestling Team. Chuck Garcia cinched first place in the 165 pound division and Chuck Stanton was the runner-up to the 120 pound state champion. The Badgers finished ninth in the state. CROSS COUNTRY Bottom row: Abraham Bornstein, Ruben Duarte Artie Johnny Encmas William Mohr Reggae Joe Tony Tmeo Elias Bustamante Arvizu, Terry Lundeen, Chuck Miller, Larry Lucero, Pete Gamez Louis Coach Robert Ortiz Bull Contreras Eddie Moreno Frank Fernandez Da Henry Andrade, Richard Flores. Top row vid Romero Jimmy Camacho Gus Ramirez ........-- s mst at ff- ,rr if 5 ,, M 's1,gj..-gf" T L ' I ' , it Q 9 .dfmw mans CROSS COUNTRY Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 36 Palo Verde 22 40 Rincon 19 32 Catalina 28 22 Sahuaro 35 4-5 Sunnyside 15 18 Amphi 43 28 Douglas 27 38 Pueblo 22 29 Salpointe 26 WRESTLING Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 29 Salpointe 17 11 Pueblo 33 28 Westwood 16 17 Rincon 26 11 Catalina 31 20 Amphi 22 19 Alhambra 29 35 Glendale 13 16 Palo Verde 29 17 Sunnyside 23 Ballesteros, Jerry Chacon, Q A ,,, if w , sf 5 ' "-: E as 2 '- is ' 2 if ' l ,,,,.. 1 '- -. V L - f p.,V:' V-.x ' . Vi kkpr. pg. :.,:. ,r. "'.- ':.r. A ffff ... 2 -,t.'-, Q g Ai-, if ,'.. fi? ." -'- Q41 :" -::" .,.,,:: -,.- ZV. .,p. b5p..,.:,V "'. szfgifili f .".' T22 .-1"t,i s "' 7- ' l i ' N - is . .,l.. V V' J M 73 ,g . L V . ' V ?7'57l5' . fm . .7 1. "M ' f K H17-K -..wQi?r fi 2- 3 . E i --Q g U . ,1., A T K . ' 6 f V - T. ". ig T K ,aff -, 322 f ., fs H' t ,, 4' 124 A WRESTLING Bottom row: Alfred Renteria, Johnny Lopez, Vince Luciano, row: Coach Ron Clinton, Armando Valente, Chuck Garcia, Rudy Padias, Oscar Paredes, Sam Tapia, Fred Mariscal. Second row: Tully Salt, Dan Chuck Stanton, Dave Edgar, Gary Guerrero, Richard Dodson. Villegas, Rudy Flores, Jerry Huerta, Bill Spears, Kelly Christopher. Top Using his strength to best advantage, a Tucson High wrestler worked his opponent into position for a take-down and won the match for the Badgers. While following his opponent's movements on the mat, Bill Spears prepared to make first contact in the match. I 125 i In an exercise requiring strength and balance, Gus Aragon Floor exercises consisted of a variety of movements which were difficult and ex- executed a handstand on the even parallel bars, hausting. A member of the Gymnastics team performed a fast front flip. His body parallel to the floor, Oceas Ortiz tightened his muscles and piece of equipment in which the Gymnastics team worked out and co gritted his teeth in order to retain his position. The rings were a main ordinated exercises to present at meets. 126 GYMNASTICS Bottom row: Dee Moothart, David Gin, Darrel Macdonald, Flores, Gilbert Martinez, David Ballesteros. Top row: Coach William William Tom, Arthur Powell, Joe Rodriguez, Peter Bonillas. Second row: Westervelt, Jim Farero, Joe Padias, Johnny Baker, Mike Stanich, Mark Gus Aragon, Frank Padias, Jim Kinsey, Steve Gibson, Dean Volz, Ronnie Claussen, Bob Messing, John Manriquez, Victor Bent, Oceas Ortiz. l l 0 0 o mnastics Team Faced Forceful ppos1t1on Successfully completing a series of routines on the side horse, gymnast Jim Farero skillfully dismounted with acquired grace and coordination. Although winning only four meets in the 1967-68 season, the Gymnastics squad placed fourth in the division and seventh in the state. The team was composed mainly of sopho- mores and juniors with only three seniors. Coach Westervelt produced district winners in tumbling, floor exercises, and the side horse. Winning performances on the side horse and parallel bar events constituted the Badger Gymnastic strength for the 68-69 sea- son. Coach William Westervelt expected tough contests between Tucson and the more ex- perienced squads of Palo Verde and Catalina. Returning Lettermen Gus Aragon, J im Farero, Darrell MacDonald, John Manriguez and J oe Padias figured to he the main support for this year's team. Although weak in the horizontal bar event, team members Gus Ara- gon and Joe Padias helped to boost the overall team score with wins on the parallel bars while ,lim Farero and Darrell MacDonald were strong competition on the side horse. GYMNASTICS Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent '119 Rincon 128 119 Catalina 125 135 Sunnyside 129 Sunnyside 111 117 Arcadia 117 114 Pueblo 138 117 Amphi 90 112 Phoenix U. 105 102 Palo Verde 133 'These scores are the result of the 1968 season. 'I27 Ten Lettermen Reinforced Badger wimmer , At the sound of a gun, Tucson swimmer Rick Evans dove into the water to begin his butterfly laps. Repeated practice laps built up cz swim- SWIMMING Bottom row: John Williams, Brad Burr, Rick Evans, Brian Scanland, Joe Millstone, Kevin Sievert, Stan Stanich. Top row: Mike ww 9' .fm wr mers endurance for the meets against other schools. Push-ups and run- ning also contributed to their physical fitness. Dymond, Louis Lez, Ron James, Dahn Katzen, Andy Gilmour, Bill Fell- ner, Bill Laird, Richard James, Coach Arthur Niemi. ,Ei -. , ,im g E t , ,,.. k,..,,.5c so ,, , 1- ' 2 ' i it t .wt f , ' 1 .- - t , ,V -Q V sgifmf 5,23 ff .fm , gi we new S ,J it S ,3 1 X S S www if is L it Ss S gsm? 3Q ,,gk,i,i'ig X 52 f W with ,Sirk ills , K uw W., my , . fires Q f meg-f.t5r,s,,,s1 .5 ftif,.,,cZ,? S miie? 'S iax ings 3' N 1 K M , , 1 I L R351 ,msggitgt nn 9 MX, ,U WE c t t ii ww 9' .wg 3 S, 5923 r K 1 ' f 1iQmvsj, : - . 1 s s at ill. J wwfeoxr, ' V- ' f.. , I i K i 1, '- 1 Y 1, ' UZAQJ, ff ,I 47 f', I i gwelii. gf 'J K A 5 ,J 5 ts,.,.s, A , ., J Q istt ssesss R in i etcc IQ, :QV X Q, V, skfr ik,-fiff iq ,mf " i' . il i if f lc ., 7 , , 1' VZ:-Jvffi' if 1 ' 12 - Wie wi? - js A V A f '-" 1 H t.-t f ,V 1' if 5 -:vw se2g5f',-R ,L If if " to 4 it Y " W Wm of ' , -J . Q ' ' ' 72 ' Pl. I Q 4 K, , V. K , ,L ,K at ,Fig , 4 r f ,N Q , c 'fax 2 i J ' A VW f 4 J . I Y' V " K l gs Y , 5' V , ' 5 x , , V, i Q jg, 1 X 128 Golfers Retained Strength Although relying heavily on the effort of underclassmen, the 1968 Swimming team beat its way to third place in the city, losing second place to Rincon by only one point. Ten Badgers tankers ran away with city titles. After swimming, weightlifting, and run- ning all first semester in preparation for spring competition, the Red and White swim- mers again expected to have a winning sea- son. Outstanding team members included Mike Dymond, Rick Evans and Dan Brophy. On the Golf team for the fourth consecu- tive year, Domingo Alvarez, one of the city's top golfers, led the Badgers. Coach Harry Smith expected Tucson High to have one of the stronger teams in the city. SWIMMING Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent '47 Rincon 48 34 Palo Verde 61 63 Palo Verde 32 64 Pueblo 31 65 Camelback 70 31 Rincon 64 62 Catalina - 63 Central 32 'These scores are thf "ie 1968 season. GOLF Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent "'211 Salpointe 209 221 Salpointe 218 220 Rincon 210 200 Sunnyside 242 226 Douglas 200 246 Douglas 204 226 Flowing Wells 210 200 Amphi 225 224 Amphi 210 222 Flowing Wells 194 186 Palo Verde 192 212 Palo Verde 210 218 Catalina 206 198 Catalina 216 'These scores are the result of the 1968 season. GOLF Bottom row: Leslie Larson, Phillip Soto, Sanford Shiff. Second row: Phillip McQuaige, David Riesgo, Ben Gomez, Rudy Leon. Top row: Coach Harry Smith, Steve Yeoman, Domingo Alvarez, Henry Martinez, Gary Sholley. On the school lawn, two teammates coached a member of the Golf team on some of the fine points of putting. "That's right, keep your head clown and watch the ball." A prevalent mistake in golf was topping the ball. 129 irls Tennis Controlled State Finals, Boys Toppled First Five pponents Strengthened by an experienced staff of seniors, the Tucson Varsity Tennis team opened the season with a five game winning streak. Netters John Vasile and Terry Ben- nett were the top men on the team Whose strong point was depth. Coach Barry Edberg predicted a second or third place in the city. Chosen as the Tucson Newspapers 1967- 68 Coach of the Year, Miss Sue Clark guided the GIRLS VARSITY TENNIS team to vic- tory at the state championship for the ninth W R L mliil ii QE 2555 25. R .2-R . , ::. E it 52 , ,, ,::,, V ,, H ,...., , . : :ia.- is - li it X Q S i it gg i . ..:. .. ,., .. ri! s . 5 i.ai , QA. 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BOYS' TENNIS Tucson Opponent 7 Salpointe 0 4 Douglas 3 3 Catalina 4 3 Rincon 4 5 Pueblo 2 2 Palo Verde 5 'These scores are the result of the 1968 season. GIRLS' VARSITY TENNIS Tucson Opponent 7 Amphi 0 7 Salpointe 0 7 Douglas 0 7 Catalina 0 7 Rincon 0 7 Sunnyside 0 7 Pueblo 0 7 Palo Verde 0 'These scores are the result of the 1968 season. , ,... ...,..,, t S as " 4 sf 4 re.. 'Eta : ' :Q' f F f -Ti 1... 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Second row: Stephan Myslicki, Ray Moore, Dean Pollock, Jim Wezelman. Top row: Barry Richards, Richard Marslan, Keith Sutterly, Terry Bennett, John Vasile, Coach ei i 5 x its ff ... 2 5 i s H Z 1 5' .ts i f ii S Sie -i t.?'5 f if fiat' il ii si Tig r , ..,. s. s 2 ' S 85, 3 Th: va a g, KSEQQS l Q51'HgbE+ g't .31 ,K tl? ' af .. to lla H iii? wie? 5 E at f ' r 5 digg GIRLS' VARSITY TENNIS Bottom row: Robin Rivera, Shauna McMillan, Sherri Kivel, Robin Reed. Second row: Debbie Soza, Barbara Wezelman, Linda Castro, Virginia Leon, Kathy Olsen. Top row: Shelly Aboud, Prinny Mallamo, Alex Garcia, Karen Kivel, Barbara Bales, Jean Aboud. Skillfully returning a serve to the opposition, John Vasile lunged for a forecourt ball in a doubles match. Left: Top ranked netter Prinny Mallamo utilized years of ex- perience in tennis as she exhibited a strong forehand. Successfully returning the ball to her opponent, Virginia Leon practiced to retain her position on the team. AA Playdays ffered Competition nd Fun Accuracy and distance were the goals of c member of the GAA track team as she practiced her shot-put form for the intra-school meet held in April. 132 Having fun was the main objective of the GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. This year the program included such sports as hockey, basketball, track, softball and archery. P.E. teachers volunteered to sponsor activities in order to allow students to learn skills other than those taught in classes. Usually the girls competed among themselves, but once during the year an intraschool playday was held for each sport to gain competitive experience. "Batter up!" cried the umpire as Linda Castro stepped to the plate and promptly hit the ball into left field. affgfm ,J ',Q,f' , .- i'-- Q 5252 'l'!f', 4 3 Q i Making sure her running mate had a secure hold on the baton, Kathy Collier ran beside her partner in a relay. The race consisted of teams in GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Bottom row: Margie Bernal, Ceci Owen, Darlene Strong, Kathy Webb, Cathy Collier, Lillian Martinez. Second row: Debra Parish, Debra Lamb, Janet Andrews, Nancy Castillo, Starlet Clay- which one member would run halfway around the track and then pass the baton to her partner who continued. ton, Betty Mesa, Cecilia Castillo. Top row: Berni Felix, Henrietta Shepard, Cecilia Juarez, Carol Linarez, Virginia Camacho, Margaret Obregon, Car- man Polanco, Mrs. Margaret Steger. 133 Margarei Obregon Iifled The ball wiTh her TooT since iT could noT be picked up wiTh The hands in speed-a-way. ln-an efforf To avoid Two blockers, a member of The speed- cz-way Team paused To consider a pass To a TeammaTe. Since 1 l l l Rushing Toward The goal line, members of The G.A.A. speed- a-way Team followed The ball afTer a long kick-off. iT was easier To confrol The ball with The hands, The player Tried To keep The ball in The air. 'I34 l Returning a high, in-bounds ball required the development and practice of iumping and stretching techniques. arsity olleyhall Competed in State Tournament Finals Coached hy Mrs. Steger, the Varsity Vol- leyball team advanced to the semi-finals in the state tournament at Palo Verde. The girls lost the championship to Catalina. During the second six weeks the G.A.A. activity was speed-a-way. Meeting on Mondays and Wednesdays after school, the game was played for fun rather than competition. , VARSITY GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Tucson Opponent Tucson Opponent 15 Marana 8 15 Marana 2 15 Flowing Wells 15 Flowing Wells 3 15 Salpointe 6 Salpointe 15 5 Salpointe 15 Rincon 6 15 Rincon 3 Rincon 15 Catalina Sunnyside 15 Sahuaro 15 Pueblo 2 6 15 6 15 Palo Verde 11 13 Palo Verde 15 7 15 15 5 0 5 15 Palo Verde 9 8 Catalina 15 15 Sunnyside 10 15 Sahuaro 8 13 Sahuaro 15 15 Pueblo 1 Left: Before the city volleyball tournament at Palo Verde, sev eral team members gathered on the lawn to practice. 135 i. ,S S is .3534 fig e. ,ns Forward moiion and a high bounce were necessifies in performing a quickly in order To make a balanced landing. Jennifer Soofer demon straddle vault on the side horse. The vaulfer also had To recover strafed fhe Technique before The resf of the Team. VARSITY GYMNASTICS TEAM Bohom row: Mona Paredes, Jennifer Soofer, Mary Lou Morales, Bey Zagona. Top row: Fran Montenegro, Chris Soofer, Ria Van de Werken, Irma Valenzuela. 136 mnastics, Basketball Attracted Agile Girls O f ' ' ' ktbll th' scoring more points for the team in bas e a was ca c ing participated in different types of athletic activities. Dribbling, passing, shooting and above all learning how to work effectively as a group occupied the members of the GIRLS' VARSI- TY BASKETBALL team. Although a playday was not held until March 8, the team began practice in early January. They met Mondays and Wednesdays after school under the super- vision of Mrs. Bailey. Spending long hours during sixth period and after school, members of the GIRLS' VARSITY GYMNASTICS team prepared for the meets which began in March. Starting practice in November, the girls kept in top physical shape. The gymnasts specialized on one piece of equipment, working until they had perfected all movements. Many intraschool GAA basketball games resulted in struggles for the ball as the girls learned to play. i 137 Terpsi Attended Concerts, Twirlers Marched Concerts, Workshops and a bazaar kept TERPSICHOROS members on the go. On Wednesdays after school they worked on dance movements and discussed projects. Be- sides attending concerts put on by New York's City Center ,loffrey Ballet and Tucson Civic Ballet, Terpsi produced their own dances. Less experienced dancers performed be- fore a public audience at the spring concert, which was Terpsi's major production. A ba- zaar, held in December, raised money for the concert costumes and props. The new adviser to Terpsi was dance teachers lVlrs. Dana Ker- stitch, a graduate of Tucson High School. Marching in the Veterans' Day and Rodeo parades highlighted the TWIRLERS' 1968-69 year. ln order to produce a more finished football half-time show, the five girls worked with the band during fifth period and on Wedensday nights to perfect their marching and synchronize their movements. Junior Anna Fisher headed the Twirlers with the as- Leaping into the air, Terpsi president Theresa Lim demonstrated different dance movements to members of the sixth period advanced dance class. sistance of Adviser Miss Cecilia Vasquez. TERPSI Bottom row: Linda Michalegko, Chris Hamblen, Ceci Owen, Gloria Quintas, Theresa Lim. Second row: Mrs. Kerstitch, Cecilia Rodriguez, Adrian Pinnavaia, Cecilia Juarez, Holly Keppel, Ellen Bromberg, Karol PIROUETTES Bottom row: Debbie Peterson, MaryLou Morales, Irma Val- enzuela, Nancy Bannister, Claudia Culver, Mary Percival. Top row: Lisa Priser, Gayle Feldman. Top row: Linda Melton, Debbie Clopton, Edith Bruno, Dorothy Isaac, Marcia Bastin, Linda Craig, Allyson Taylor, Sally Gardiner, Beth Cordon. Jackson, Yvonne Hellman, Sharon Lanan, Louise Reed, Joyce Flannigan, Sylvia Anderson, Roberta Burke. 138 wr. my -fn. am, we . X mf? K vw we r il' it iw fi Q. ' f W iv pl 'Q fi Min fm TWIRLERS Bottom row: Head Anna Fisher, Terry Bloom. Top Row: Arlene Vidal, Priscilla Misner, Darlene Riley. Twirler Darlene Riley joined The squad in lunging to the ground as an ending movement in a football half-time routine to "Grazing In The Grass." ru Vw Donning the yulefide spirit, Pricillc Misner participated in a routine presented before basketball fans. 139 Songleaders went to great lengths in order to assure spotless customers at their carwash held in November. Proceeds earned Forming living designs on the gym floor, the Songleaders presented routines created by individual effort. 140 cars to carwash purchased material for new basketball season uniforms, which at the the Songleaders sewed themselves. After rushing into the basketball court during half-time, the Songleaders lined up to do a routine to the popular recording "Classical Gas". Songleaders Spent Summer Perfecting Football Routines Leaping into a new year, nineteen SONG- LEADERS, led by Stella Holub, made their debut at the annual mixer. Fairly inexperi- enced, the girls spent the summer planning routines and exercising at each other's homes. In addition to their daily practices during the football and basketball seasons, the girls met in work sessions in order to construct their own pom pons and tote bags. Since only twelve of the Songleaders could perform at one time, Htry-outs" were held each week to determine who would perform at that week's game. At home games, they pre- sented a routine to the band's selection during half-time. The Songleaders performed at away football games in the pre-game show. Songleader Cheryl Dye ioyously blurted out the tradit ional school fight songs after the Badger football team made a touchdown over Palo Verde. SONGLEADERS Bottom row: Jacque Loveioy, Penny Sylvester, Cece Rossini, Janet Noble, Cheryl Dye, Ruth Harrison. Top row: Carole Harri Galarza, Mickie Quiroz. Second row: Theresa Quevedo, Suzanne Ortega, son, Lilli Anne Purdie, Head Stella Holub, Cecelia Castillo, Jacque Barnes Andrea Jahnke, Rosemary Riesgo. Third row: Nancy Castillo, Tina JOAr1n Perez. 141 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Bottom row: Diane Cirillo, Chris Hamblen. Second row: Susan Walker, JoAnn Wong, Naomi Cheerleaders Led Loyal Badgers in New Soul hants "S-0-U-L! Soul team, Sock-it-to-'em now was one of the new cheers introduced this year at Tucson High School. The Varsity Cheer- leaders, under the direction of Julie Piccoli and new faculty adviser, Miss Cecelia Vas- quez, led the Badger yells and soul chants at Varsity football and basketball games. Lively Junior Varsity Cheerleaders prac- ticed fifth period with the varsity squad. Headed by Cindy Warner, they kept spirit alive for the ,l.V. basektball games before var- sity games on Tuesdays and Fridays. Tryouts held at the beginning of the year determined the Freshmen Cheerleaders. Prac- ticing after school, almost 50 freshmen girls Worked on a routine prepared by the varsity and J.V. squads. The girls performed in front of a panel of judges who selected, on the basis of coordination and appearance, eight cheer- leaders with Sandy Gallehue as head. 'I42 Berkowitz. Top row: Debbi Purvis, Valerie Frana, Marilyn McLaughlin, Kathy Rauh. Not pictured: Head Julie Piccoli. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Bottom row: Norma Gallego, Terri Mounce. Sec- ond row: JoJo Valenzuela, Laura Touche, Head Cindy Warner. Top row: Patti Purvis, Melanie Taylor, Acla Redd. in Singing "We are The Badgers, the mighty, mighty Badgers!" the Varsity Cheerlead- ers paraded onto the field anticipating a victory over Catalina. FRESHMEN CHEERLEADERS Bottom Row: Nancy Young, Olivia Aguirre. Second Row: Sandy Gallahue, Judy Edson, Carol Leon. Top Row: Linda Larsen, Nancy Fenton, Marlee Nelson. Q52 kt' - Gripping a paper Troian, JoAnn Wong and Kathy Rauh cheered the football players as they ran on the field. As Head Cheerleader, Julie Piccoli started the appropriate cheer accordina to The plays on the football field. 'in if in yn., Q, rr W,,,,.,.....--d--m"gk 143 tudent Li e in ' A 71,-"fi'551P3-ffiigrgsi-san - f xii-fs, f f- ,. Couples meeting and dancing at the M ixer, peppy cheerleaders clapping, and leaping, Bolivar Badger at the football games, Tijuana Tech sounding in the halls, Christmas trees, lights, demonstrations, Rodeo Week, levils and cowboy hats, girls twirping boys, spring fever, off to Super Slide, Baccalaureate, tears at Graduation, "Last of the 69ers,, . . . MOMENTS of action. . ' 1-IZQQ :ff . ., , .,.,, N - . az . , ,,- .. . if? I 1 ihipmi W ll K gif" Y A .-sld"""" it- qg:,..,. .. . .- ' Q1-W X ' pn- -via 'wtf - , ., W- A Q .J-9 .75 "WA ' ,q f . v -HP -1-A,-1-eil-'at' Wanting to look her best for the cheerleaders' first perfor- mance, Chris Hamblen hastily brushed her hair. "Let's have a nice big smile!" directed Mr. Harry Horton, photographer responsible for underclass pictures. 146 Free Cokes and cookies attracted 250 girls to the Girls' League Coke Party where they learned of the year's money-making and senlice proiects. Louie Rodriguez, practicing his fingering technique on the bass guitar, warmed' up for the back-to-school performance with the Knightly Affair. l 1' x Dean Bodaas 'All Day, All Year, igil Foiled Wrongwa Traffic on Up-Stairs 4'Young man! Can't you see which way this traffic is flowing? Upstairs-all clay, all yearli' Dean Roda's familiar warning haunted 1145 Badgers new to Tucson High School this fall. A total enrollment of approximately 3600 students necessitated a limit of five classes for most freshmen. Eliminating World History and World Geography from the list of re- quired subjects, the school board reduced Frosh graduation requirements to 19 credits. Under the watchful eye of Richard Dodson, "Gruesome Grub- by" Cindy Fclin modeled a micro-miniskirt before an all- Friday, September 13th, proved to be not all superstition as the Badgers were intro- duced to pepleaders and the Marching 100 at the back-to-school Mixer. Cheerleaders re- turned after a summer of hard practice to re- new Badger spirit as Tucson High began the season with a victory over Palo Verde. Girls' League Council made allowances for changing fashions this fall by including cullottes and ureasonablew mini-skirts in the dress code. girl audience. The Girls' League assembly compared extreme styles to attire of more acceptable taste. Brightl Decorated Caravan Paraded To Salpointe High Annoying teachers and amusing students, Tijuana Tech filled the halls during fourth period on home football game days. Peplead- ers and slovenly dressed senior band members tramped through the corridors and cafeteria playing school songs to boost spirit. Five record albums, a free Tucsonian, and five dollars awaited the Winner of the Car Caravan, held the night of the Salpointe game. KTKT disc jockey Jerry Stowe presented the y array of prlzes to Senlor Mary Reldyv after Decked in everything from Tiny Tim wigs to army fatigues, Tiiuana Tech interrupt- l her Car was the best decgrated, ed normally peaceful classrooms and halls with school fight songs. l After devoting all afternoon to decorating their pick-up truck, the al car. All entries in the contest ioined in a car caravan to Salpointe songleaclers hopefully awaited the iudges' decision for the most origin- High after the presentation of awards. 148 TUCSONIAN QUEEN SEMI-FINALISTS Bolfom Row: Susan Walker, Karen Zagonu, Diane Cirillo, Denise Wilkerson, Jacque Barnes. Top Row: Stella Holub, Debbi Pur- vis, Julie Piccoli, Carole Harrison, Vicki Ellis. For one thin dime studenis got Three hits on an old cor provided by the LeTTermen's Club at the lunch-time Car Bash. I ,...,,hh1 '-li.. Dean Pollock portrayed ci scattered-brain waiter in a readers fheafer presented by The Speech Deparfmenf. l 149 Seniors Decorated Hall Royalty attendants congratulated the newly named 1969 Moments after coronation, Tucsonian Queen Julie Piccoli beamed with excitement Tucsonian Queen, momentarily stunned with disbelief. as she rode by the homecoming crowd in a convertible Corvette. To honor members of the cross country and football teams, Lettermen straddled the goalpost as the team broke through the Badger banner Girls' League decorated the lockers of the players. onto the field. Tucson High defeated Rincon with a score of 52-26. 150 and on Title with 'Last of 69ers9 Theme Spirit Week officially opened as each class was assigned a hall for competitive decoration. Faculty members judged the halls on the last day of the Week. Senior hall, "Last of the ,69ers," Won first place. Football coach Ollie Mayfield, speaking at a pep rally, encouraged Badgers to support their team at the last home game of the season against Rincon that night. Girls' League spon- sored tricycle and skateboard races during lunch and an after-game dance. Coronation of the Tucsonian Queen at the football game climaxed the week's activities. Riding in Corvettes, the five finalists waved to the crowd. As each girl was escorted onto the field at halftime, she received a box of roses. After opening the only red roses, Julie Piccoli began her reign as Queen. Badgers took time out from their lunch to revert to the child- hood pastime of skateboard and tricycle riding. ,. if -f-...Q K 151 -.. Crowniug of Tuesonian ueen Julie Pieeoli 1969 Tuesonian Queen Julie Pieeoli During Halftime Climaxed Homecoming Week Jacque Barnes Vicky Ellis Debbi Purvis Denise Wilkerson Student Body Corresponding Secretary Vicki Ellis served punch To-School Night activities. Faculty members greeted parents and cookies to parents and teachers participating in Back- and discussed classroom operations. Back-To-School Meeting Farniliarized Parents With Teachers and Courses Operation: Badger Backers night gave 700 parents an inside look into the curriculum and an opportunity to meet teachers. After a program in the auditorium, parents visited classrooms and congregated in the cafeteria for refreshments. Various displays set up around school illustrated different phases of departmental programs. Senior Brian Scan- land headed the student committee responsible for the back-to-school night on November 14. Trying for their nineteenth straight superior rating at Band Day, members of the Marching TOO stood rigidly in place November's Senior Forum featured a spe- cial meeting of the Tucson City Council. After the invocation and introduction of Councilmen and officials, Mayor James Corbett gave a brief explanation of city government and poli- tics. Students listened to reports on matters on finance, public improvement, flood control and zoning. Discussion and a roll call vote fol- lowed each report, after which seniors were given a chance to ask questions. while iudges inspected instruments. Judging of the 40 com- peting bands was based on neatness and form. 154 S if me f 41, i'L if I time tttt "Love is Contagious", the Thespicns first presentation starred Marcia Bastin and Frank Damiani in lead roles. Professor Hill was the topic of discussion between members of the Drama Department at the annual assembly. X S7 2 Left: Using self-taught techniques in baton twirling, Gilbert Matsushino displayed his talents with the band. 155 With background music by the "Jury," senior Girls' League member Stella Holub modeled flowered bell-bottoms. Under the direction of Mr. Robert Hutchinson, Choraleers practiced for their assem bly. The Yule program included "A Christmas Medley" and "Amen." 156 l wssiiflf aw i- 1 lliswfr S ff L 2 ,Q A Z if ll 3 ,fl 1 Q, A flaw :5i'l:ss'8,ii.s ' i' -sais K Wiser , s Kff f z s M , 1, . i s, is :airs 57115223 Tliigf :5gjgQni3JfiY'V 'Wg , F , V . is . Q aww fr Q, 25 Q V . 1, ireztrismgissrsgs gfaf,,iafggf,i:Q:a2i smart ww:n.wi- Mm:- xvf,l511E:5'31Li? iff' firms, , 5 vSi?gQi'1iliiy ,Q- f A:,, . its V gi it 2:i:s1'ssiim was .Mm was 2' ES? ses? Q ,sw 'sa Christmas Project, Assemblies Filled Pre-Vacation Days Formal dresses with an exotic flair set the pace for the Girls' League Fashion Show. Held after school on December 12, the show was open to the public. College Shops contributed the styles, which varied from cocktail dresses to everyday schoolwear. "The Jury", a local band, supplied popular music as members of Girls' League Council modeled. Assemblies introduced the basketball team, the orchestra and Choraleers to students. A basketball-wrestling exhibition, the season's first, highlighted a December 3 pep rally. Among other selections, the orchestra per- formed "Trumpet In The Nightf' featuring soloist David Ruiz. The Choraleers presented a Vocal Christmas program on December 20. As the leam demonstrated plays, Coach Morales gave a pep talk to Badgers at The first basketball assembly. Lefl: With arms loaded with groceries and gifts, Bill Aros delivered goods to a needy family for Christmas. 157 Thespian Comed And Examinations Closed Semester Students returned from Christmas vaca- tion just in time to recall forgotten lessons in preparation for final exams. The exam sched- ule, an innovation of the previous year, per- mitted students to leave the campus after tak- ing two two-hour examinations. Thespians performed their second comedy of the year, 4'Hocus Pocusf' in the Little Theatre on January 16, 17, and 18. The cast of characters included Marcia Bastin, Mike White, and Frank Damiani in key roles. Boys interested in competitive beard-growing had to be clean- shaven on the contest's first day, January 27. Right: Reflecting student activity in her sunglasses, Debbi Purvis paused briefly before returning to class. 158 l Last minute cramming for semester exams was the necessary pastime for most Minidkiflef-1 Slemeuf Qlfl Loretta HUefYU Qf1Ve "Reverend students after returning to school from a two week Christmas vacation. ROSS" G peck OH The Cheek in The PlGY HHOCUS POCUS-H Working in shifts of three, members of National Honor Society raised Customers patronizing the stand, which was supervised by Miss Frances money by selling hot buttered popcorn at home basketball games. Smith, often lost their seats in the bleachers. 159 After scoring the highest on a competitive Test, senior Kath- leen Crane was Tucson High's Homemaker of Tomorrow. row. ' RODEO QUEEN SEMI-FINALISTS Bottom row: Susan Walker, Karen Zagona, Crane, Debbie Clopton. Not pictured: Diane Cirillo, Stella Holub, Ruby Rosemary Riesgo. Top row: Carole Harrison, Chris Hamblin, Kathleen Williams. 160 9'- 3 ,5""'bs-' X Heavy precipitation discouraged all but the most adventurous students from splashing through puddles to cross the formidable "7th Street River." m nf - Mr. Preston examined a schedule of speakers for the Black Culture Club's study of Afro-American history. left: During the twirp assembly, Jacque Loveioy explained good points to look for in bidding for boy's legs. Four-Day Vacation waited Students After Rodeo Week Better understanding between races was the objective of the Black Culture Club, or- ganized at the beginning of the second se- mester. Adviser Mr. Lamond Preston and Ricky Donald, president, scheduled the pro- gram to include speakers and field trips as an aid to the club,s study of Afro-American history, culture and problems. February ended with a shortened school week and a four-day holiday. Earlier in the month, students elected Rodeo royalty who rode on a float in a city-wide parade. 161 Junior candidate for Twirp King, Sammy Green, was a member of the Marching 100 and spent his spare time playing in pop bands. u " :-. 17 1 L 5 l s :al ,gg . 162 Darrell Davis, sophomore candidate for Twirp King, participated nior Varsity basketball, Varsity track, and Lettermen's Club. in Ju- Twirp King Alan Luke, senior class vice-president and Lef1'ermen's Club president, sold girls into "slavery" during lunchtime auctions. Freshman candidate Fred DuVal was an active artici ant of the Ski Club, speech P P squad, and swim team. He also served his class as Councilman. Squealing with delight, girls swarmed around the bore legs of unknown boys, hop- ing to find the limbs on sale. Boys were enslaved by the highest bidder. Fair Sex Snared Their Dream-Men For Twirp Week Carrying books and opening doors were responsibilities of girls as Twirp Week opened on February 24. The movie HA Raisin in the Sun" highlighted Brand-Your-Man Day. Open all days during lunch, the Hitchin' Post sold marriage licenses as official recognition of twirps. Matching shirts or patches denoted twirped couples on Tuesday. At lunch, girls bid for boys according to the hairiness of their legs and on Slave Day, boys sought re- venge by auctioning girls to bidders. The traditional Stable Stomp concluded the Week's events with dancing from 8:30 until midnight, Wednesday evening. '4The Late Fire" provided music in the saloon-decorated cafeteria. Girls' League served apple cider and Rodeo cake to dancers and observers. m - . rr. mn l Rodeo Queen and Attendants Greeted Parade Diane Cirillo Carole Harrison Susan Walker Karen Zagona 164 Watchers During Western Week Celebrations 1 1969 Rodeo Queen Rosemary Riesgo f Off-Campus Prom on Endorsement Of Administration Research began as much as a year in ad- vance for students entering projects in the science fair. Although Tucson High did not sponsor one this year, several Badgers entered the University of Arizona competition. Upperclassmen combined their efforts this year to sponsor a spring junior-senior prom. The joint formal dance, held off campus for the first time, was designed to encourage greater attendance. A contribution of 3750 from the administration helped defer the ex- penses of holding the prom in the Student Union Ballroom of the University of Arizona. Prospective songleuders nervously practiced routines cis they awaited their turns to try out for the squad. 166 Early morning hours following the iunior-senior prom found Kothe Pittman cmd her escort, Wade McLean, pausing tor refreshment ot the end of their date. ee we pafrfck excxmmed the merchcmd1se before buying Preparmg slldes of embryonic chicken bud Tissue Sobmc Farr readued her sixteen 7 Follies' Proceeds Defra ed Cost of Senior Class Gift Temporarily discarding skirts and long pants, students took advantage of the chance to wear shorts to school on May 16. Girls' League officially established the new tradi- tion, known as Bermuda Day. Two hours of songs, skits, comedy and dance' numbers awaited parents and students who viewed the Senior Follies on May 1, 2, and 3. Money earned from the annual project deferred expenses of the senior class gift. lVlr. Robert Hutchinson, adviser for the pro- gram, reviewed master of ceremonies tryouts on March 24. Seniors auditioned acts on April 14 and 15. Rehearsals for the approved rou- tines took place from 4:30 to 6:00. Decked in red robes and mortarboards, the 1969 graduating class received their diplomas on the evening of J une 5. Eighty junior guards, chosen on the basis of scholarship and character, escorted the seniors. Bermuda Day, newly established by Girls' League, permit- ted students to wear bermuda shorts to school. 'I68 As a iunior member of the twirling squad, Arlene Vidal limbered up for spring twirling try-outs by executing a high kick, part of her routine. "Let go or I'll hit you," threatened Raggedy Ann Kathe Pittman as she struggled to regain her security blanket during a Senior Follies practice. Much to the teachers' dismay, the coming of Tucsonicms diverted students' interest from work as they sneaked classtime to sign friends' yearbooks. . ' m y pam: - 2: ' ' " l vrysrfsffii Q1 ' 1 ' 'visa ' f'i'stif?i V '- wif :si-ii f'f,' il'-r5w2T5we t .- x 5 i 4 1 li l l if - 2 wx 11 - Qi' l Z , , 4 il l i z r l High school memories filled the mind of a graduating se- nior as he walked down senior hall tor the last time. 169 Classes 3500 students passing in the halls, climbing the stairs to class, 700 seniors, planning for a career and a life after high school, 1 100 freshmen, beginning to see the light, 800 juniors, 900 sophomores, busy, busy, on the move, working on the grade average, making social contacts, everyone an important part of progress . . . MOMENTS of belonging. 170 if 2 , J,- -x 1327 fy LA, yrff ' 6 'Me' -4: - ,. 1' .','5 .QL ,X my , ff' 'I ur- Eijg, I 2 f' J 'vi v Z ,gn-f A ' 4 .V .551 , .538-, 7 'YH gl S AL 1' J X ,eggs ,- vd' ' I wi y ,, , 'Z' '9 4 '1'f'4l"1' Y f 7 . gl j.-.L' A keg 5' L 'p x' -g..-ji.-f "f v - 3 . - Q' 4Yl2'Yffh.' ', Q. AF 'F gig , 5:2 :QL- Qf f f. ' ' ' jx? L 'vi :f if .,fL1,,Zf' ' 453, A . 22? gif? an '3f,g,fji3 ' - . f i. W: es?ZfL2-far" 3 -:Pi V ifzflf , V-W3 W? '15-?:"fE6i 'lil' '..'-.5 :I 212 145: ' ,if we' ll New Prosh fficer Occupied Position Vice President Confusion was the Word describing the freshman class as the President resigned and moved to Texas. Vice President Jinx Johnson assumed the duties of President, and three weeks later two special elections selected Kelly Langford the new frosh Vice President. Officers met on Tuesdays with Adviser lVlr. Joe Steiner to plan activities for Baby Badgers. 987 strong, the largest frosh class in Tucson High history posed a problem to the campus because of their added numbers. Right: Speaking to the freshman crowd at an election as- sembly, class President Jinx Johnson outlined his platform. After the results of the special Vice Presidential election were finalized the ballots with new Vice President Kelly Langford The officers then Freshman President Jinx Johnson and Secretary Sandy Greer recounted planned the next freshman class meeting .rf A -W1 ..-Q.-Q .5 11 Estella Abasla ,V V Rosie Abasta . A ,- WEN di? I"5f.. ' H ':..,: '.:.-4'1': lf '- -5?-if, mfr," : 1 Shelley Aboud -- ' L ,, 1 A "" ' .- , girlie-T ' 1,.f-1 wav 1.32, ,V . 1, figf-QA'-:gif Frances Acedo .E -., if I Ps li? ,.., A D' -elwliliiif ., .- , 'f ,,"f f'A 'ilk A i " ' .-' '-fA j 'one AC'-'Sic 1 'AZ-f:i211,' . .7 .. ' :rf 3 , L. -1 ' Jimmy Acuna A' Kiwi" SAS ' ' - A' ' -iff " - ' W 4 ' A A V gL,,L, L,,.,. V V . Qi, r 3 VV , H ' Sieve Acuna . FA +I., ,J 5 V V w -T ., Jeffv Adams A- 3 ei.. -A V 4. 1 Q 'U ,Q Paul Adams 4 'rw 1 1V,,l-Y V V: we 1:1 I - ' - .1 4, W , A 'V f 'Tiki ', " V f, ' : ' . . .- ,. ' Stanley Adamson ,A js, Vg-nf A A Mr, A , V Esfella Aguilar " Q "A A X1 " ' E' -Q, VV. 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X .,,' 2 -V , A 1 1,-71 1' -r-' 2 Q, f . -, AHF 5 f - H Oscar Amcdo 4' Lg 1 A 1' A' ' 2 3 , . 3 . A Richard Amvdo i A , V- ' MY A iAAl'5vv V V V VV f A Bill Amparano -A Q1 AZ- AAAAAA ' L 11. 3, A ,, '55 ..-K V -ff 1 V1 A ifgv' 1- Robert Anason ' 1 , A' 1 Richard Andrade in V V Carol Andrews 2' V 'Q A Janet Andrews VV .M tj A , ,S V1 1 -V 31-5 Vff W Frankie Anthony 'E .1-ij A- -1 --' ' Y f' E,--'F Margie Apodaca ." A . Q" ' ' ' vi' . 'P . H ' 'f A ' .- Camermo Arellano . . v. rx 1 , . , ,. . . A X Arnold Arenas . N- , - - f ew-Agri? - VV 'V lrene Arias ' , Vyi' '1 i qi Marisela Arias -1 - -. ,. , ---- ,. 4, 1 2 ' . 135. eg 'i" V S Charles Armenia f I Jf'V'e' Afmemc' Y Doug A'm5"0"9 - "W- A .1 af- A, 35 "ig as ,Z KA 'A 'L' "' A253518 Danny H. Aros "7 Ufrfis11 .f- kiwi. 'lil' 'iisiiieifl iw wil : 'l'I'1:EA . .V ' IVA , -fsAQAA'i:s sl-1 . A A 'W ' if - A ' li' ,, . M Ernesr Afvfw A Q A Q ' V 7' , VA? 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Ida Bollesteros W '- '39-'lA, 1- - V H VV A ' Xl if 'H':iijQfA V Q- 4.55575 ' V ' A mga f y ' X VV V "" l2m11gf S fry - 3 5,131 mf , 5 f Louis Ballesteros 1 15 I -" 'VV' if -Wi 1 "-'K ' 'f ' A21-A ' e,.'e,ei IA? f' ,, 'il WI? KW 'lAAA'1 . A" 1, - F . ,. - r A - we- 5' A Rlchvfd Bvllwefos A 1 - ' A 1 1 r . 2 Nancy Bannister .sm - .-u ' Agv, ' f 2, " 3 P A' j' .ggi . .A : , ff 1455- 'fl '11 ., VV . . . ,- ' ' A' ' , - Q A Jlmfme BOFCIUS , "i" 1 A 1' VG A A V T5-5' W? 'ifi , Mary Barnes - -- W '11 . ,fi V V, ,.f, er - ,'1- -, g . Aw ij"f',,i is " .5 , 11, , Xl' - - VA.. V A, -' 11 'Y Q .e 7-A2 s f Ron Barnes L V g , V V' ' -- f A' A 'xg A A ip : 5 . Charles Barr ,, 2 m 1 , 1 1 4 . f , ,1 s i 5 'ig Mary Lou Bar,-om FRESHMAN 173 V. ' .. f' -'Els ,. ,,- , . '1 f'9F3sgEf5a, . Q. : - Va l- ,.VV,3-,S 7 - -fw1'ff'f'iss iigg 1 , ,:- K f.?iIv1 R'1E.,:: 1V VV.KE'K-iff'-7ifVgg 122: .KK -"- K , K ,K L,h. KK K f iffgfii Veliii-" ffl? ' Qi P '.V "5 V-ff-'f , . V K -- .. ,fm-ff ' . 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Yolanda Castillo Arthur Castro Robert Castro Victor Covazos Dolores Celaya Marianne Chavez Melinda Chico Mariorie Christensen Charlie Clark Starlet Clayton Doug Clouser Guy Cloutier Gordon Cluff Mike Cobos Manny Cocio George Collenberg Kathryn Collier Manny Colmenero Mike Conn Gloria Contreras Maria Contreras Mary Contreras Richard Contreras Brenda Conway David Cook Billy Cooney Bill Corbett Frank Cordova Heidi Cornehls Joseph Coronado Fernando Corrales Alex Cota FRESHMAN 175 Joel Cota Kenneth Cotton Marilyn Cotton Renee Cox Sharon Craig Floyd Curtis Danny Dailey Leola Dancer Roberta Dancer Barbara Daniels Carlos Davila Charles Davis Pedro Davis Rhonda Davis Henry Dawes Mike Dawson Mark DeConcini Angie DeLaCruz Gilbert DeLaCruz Sally dela Garza Anthony DelCostello Beatrice DeLeon Roberta Delgado Melanie Delwarte John Dengler Jill Derickson Angela Diamos David Diamos Matilda Diaz Tony Diaz Joe Earl Dillon Bill Dixon Racing at Kennedy Park, Freshman Cross Country runner, Tony paced the team and finished first during a meet against Amphi. ir. 135' Q if .. .. .. xv- -9 tg . is R-1, , . 3 is X gk if , is .st ..- ,. . .K , . , im. 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T ijt , it A, Lillian Flores Mary Lou Flores Raul Flores Sharon Flores Claudia Forrester Frieda Fradkin Ramona Fragoso Annette Francisco Norma Franco Oscar Franco Danny Fuentes Tito Galarza Sandy Gallahue Martha Gallardo Elizabeth Gallego Jesus Galleon Mirna Gallego Fernando Galvan Mike Galvez Angie Gamez Barbara Garcia Cynthia Garcia Edward Garcia Eugene Garcia Francisca Garcia Genevieve Garcia Grace Garcia Javier Garcia Jesus Garcia Kenneth Garcia Manny Garcia Rosa Garcia Melinda Gardner Mariano Garza David Gastelum Raymond Gastelum Mike Gavin Rachel Gee William Gee Gregory Gekas Debbie George Deborah George Greg Gibson Dicky Gin Vasiliki Giokaris Blair Glennie Danny Goddard Abraham Gomez Irma Elem Bobby Elias Michaelene Elias Amanda Encinas Elizabeth Encinas Susan Encinas Richard Escalante Randy Eshpeter John Esparza Gloria Espinoza Robert Espinoza Lydia Esquer Rudy Esquivel Ray Evans Steven Faiardo Bernie Felix Martha Felix Sandra Felix Gene Felter Nancy Fenton Jesse Fernandez Amadeo Figueroa Gus Figueroa Henry Figueroa Joe Figueroa Tony Figueroa Lynda Fimbres Jeff Fisher Carol Fitzpatrick Robert Flegal Fred Fleming John Florence : 'ag "f:' Q A 1 H 2 'I .galsfgi - L. . 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Elections held in October gave the class the leader not give speeches, they were introduced to the audience during the Fresh- ship with which it worked through the school year. Alex Gomez Arthur Gomez Becky Gomez Julieta Gomez Mark Gomez Pete Gomez Manuela Gonzales Norma Gonzales Rose Gonzales Sonya Gonzales Theresa Gonzales Ignacio Gonzalez Salvador Gonzalez Ralph Goodman Eva Gossett Paul Govan Richard Gracia Juan Gradillas Manny Gradillas Louie Granillo Miguel Granillo Olivia Granillo Rose Granillo Rose Mary Granillo Roger Grant James Gray Mike Gray Charles Green Sandy Greer David Gregoire Michelle Griiolva Morris Griialva James Guess Bernie Guevara Karen Gupton Steve Gustafson Debby Guthrie David Gutierrez Gloria Gutierrez Maria Guzman Norma Guzman Susan Hack Ruth Haddock Peter Hagerman Lyle Hancock Laurie Haney Karen Harding Annie Harris 'WWW f ,. my K 4 r - vi A K Y iw , W 8 ll -,el Erlinda Haro Rudy Haro Daniel Harrington Annie Harris Leon Harris Wayne Harris Tom Haskins Ronnie Hussey Tiffany Hathorn Karen Haynes Dale Head Ron Hedglen Gail Heimbach Rhonda Helton Jim Henigschmidt Cathy Henry Harold Henry Bill Hernandez Elisabeth Hernandez Frank Hernandez Oscar Hernandez Robert Herran Albert Herrera Maria Herrera Edna Herrod Diane Hill Jim Hinkle Patricia Hinkle Karlene Hobbs John Hohmann Bertha Hopkins Charlene Hopper Paul Horner Stephanie Hostetler Bobby Howard Alan Huerta Albert Huerta Duane Hulsen Ken Hummel Mark Hunten Victoria Hutchison Herman Hutton Arnold Jacks JoAnn Jackson Susan Jacobs Mary Jacques Gilbert Jarmaillo Christina Jarvis so J ' ez: A N 3 f 532 J ' J zifzgesgggeka LX -V wwf 'JMX '- ..'--Jw. , 'l' ""' J' ' ---' .21 .. .J ' ,melee 1 , J - ., HJ" 'mails f K . ,. 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' A e ef' 'Ve Barbara Klazar T Jim Knox li I Mg , Y Ml' ,-sa e M -all 'Iwi' y ' fl" Q 'F David Lacock ' ' ' '1 XJ ,, f 'J ., 1 1 'A . Q 4 J . l M ,. no -J J J, - ' - Sfew l-Wd , ' tx A ' . Mefflf' lamb "ff ffffiz' . ,..,. I tg ,av I , Q . iyffnf w .w ifi HJ. ,, A h- L S J R ' in J Q ' K my 'C 'e one I J J: B J' V'V, K 'J ' Kelly Lan9ford - ,, J . - Jeff Laos ' C C - Lupe LW Jie:-A ,, C J' 4 ' 'B - , 5' 'LV f FJ' Lindo Larsen 4 . 5 'ov . J flvptf 5 J ', , J 1 , Mark Larsen l l ' w 'W J . . , ' ,-lV . . if -- A 5 y "-' ' 5' A "'. ,Q , Debbie Larson if 1, J an J J, f :Q - it yr ' pl , i p I . - Frank Lawson ., 'J l '-JJ J ' x i . J E M J! lu rx, El ' g r L ' Ji ' 2' Michael Lee F RESHMAN 179 Counseled by Attorney Dale Winders, Lori Cain took part in a pre-trial students caught in the halls during lunch, Chief Justice Combs held hearing at Student Court third period, Because of the great number of informal hearings instead of regular trials, 4 A iii ' ' V 1 rg, 2 il , 92 ,.,. A- av' J iso FRESHMAN 'J' -'i 2 Q, tg S W Q :5 get 5 Robert Lee Terry Lee Carol Leon David Leon Freddy Leon Gilbert Leon Mary Ann Leon Reuben Leon Richard Leon Leroy Lesley Jesus Lespron Victor Lespron Larry Lester Jon Levison Charles Lewis Josie Lewis Raymond Lewis Frances Leyvas Arthur Liu Larry Long Al Lopez Alex Lopez Alfred Lopez Angel Lopez Carolyn Lopez Chris Lopez Christine Lopez David Lopez Donnie Lopez Elizabeth Lopez Frank Lopez Frank V. Lopez Jesus Lopez Jimmy Lopez Josie Lopez Juanita Lopez Luis Lopez Maria Lopez Robert Lopez Ronnie Lopez Stella Lopez Randy Loughner Sheri Loughridge George Lovegreen Billy Lowe Rosie Lozano Teresa Lozano Peggy Lucas E b A ,, .,.. ,.v,, V H A., .V-, gr ,E . ,- I A I' K ,v,..., V , Q -11,, 5. , .Af 'fm ""'-' - 1 -. V -am 5 za V ' ' - , - ,' N ' Lg V -, V ' yy 'g" A ' A 'A Q ' T . 'ff F 2 ' S.,,,,,Y. -igf.. ff.. ' V1' 'V Q- 'L . ,f ' ' igyf- s ...wr-we " p , -xfz - up ii VV k I ,- V -- .- -if-V . 1 rf? , 1 . '-L'-, V , t r F . . 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" Milf: V Swv ---1"7f 'A en: ':Er i,.!:F. . i' .Ji "i 5111 59:7 5:5 I5 V-1-K ' In Vf.'ii97f' L' '. i'2ExA.. ii- . - A M - at -Q Gloria Navarrette ' . ' - - . .' 'f - . - Q' Ai - - . Joe Navarro V 2 ff . JOYCE Navarro 1 ' Q r f Z' Je"'Y 9 50" P' 12 I :fn--'iE ,f??f - --rw --- ' .sf-fi ,- -we .. -1 H t: 'Hifi f--f Y , K .L ,... Carol Newmark .S ' Anlvfll NOYZUQOFGY , . . is . . ,gf . S ,si We l . Q N, . Q., 4 -' X ,k,Ay I P Q- .- Donna Novose . . Bob Nunez -A ' - - D ' N .. .gb Q . g 5 . , .. . 5 . E Q .K A . tm W,L,i 3 . K , .t. 3. ...M S .. amlan unez Albert Obregon W . . 1 '1 Vlfglnlu Ochoo -V . ' ' V' Deborah O'Dell D , Q .. i ' S , w el. 4 1 1 I R15 S .K om i t- -lj Q -21.5 .25 . Us S ' K, 11 .. f- . Mlke Odunl . . -75. flfzil i ' -5 3 'W -ff? Barbara O Hagm ' .. " f i ff- f- Q: Carlos OfHara gy., I gf . Keg, , , Si . -,-4- Q , f f. . 1 --f Q-,L ...ww f f- Guadalupe Olea . 5 if .3555 Fern Oliva 5' r - R afi ..., ,ff T 13. - ii: P "Wi-fi. K Becky Olivas -- .. 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" fI I ' - J ii' ge ff "imma 4' - ' , ' if ' A 1 f " F 4 1? ,. 4 .X P ey, ,V 1 Ginny Parks Terry Parmley Eriindo Potino Larry Peckfol Vincent Pedersoli Rosalinda Pelayo Armando Pena Emily Pena Juanita Pena Rene Pena Robby Pennington Mary Percival Christopher Perez Joe Perez Moria Perez Mary Perez Ernest Pesqueira Margaret Peters Deborah Petersen Robert Peterson Judith Petroshus Aida Peyron Steve Pielocha John Pierson Darlene Piery Germaine Piery Magdalena Polanc David Pompo Salvador Porras Gabriel Prado Bart Preciado Floyd Price O FRESHMAN 183 Performing before a panel of iudges consisting of both faculty and members of the varsity cheerleading squad, freshman girls each per- .r,sPZ.1:QQr1 re- Z, .1 .:-,.., formed a routine. The girls were rated on their pep, loudness of voice, coordination, and physical appearance. - - ' r"i ' J , wif 22, A' F ' f f f? ,L E"' : l ' ii ii l f ,, . ,,,, , . M ,qgge K Q: " K fu, K figzrfgsf gre- " Q Wi- - 'f Hi' ff . " -fc: f C 'W V K -- 7' -7- . 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Holders of the golden eggs received prizes while other students received free bunny rabbits from the officers. To avoid conflict with the basketball sea- son and the Junior-Senior prom, Sophomore class officers upheld an old tradition of a class dance. Sophomore Class President Abby Cady worked closely with other class officers and Adviser Mr. Don Lavigne to make the semi-formal affair a success. Right: Adviser Mr. Don Lavigne assisted class Vice President Norma Gallego and Secretary lrma Valenzuela. ,nf--A-A Q,-4,f1 sgqaggsse -ye, A sllfffl . . ' KA J A we ,, if ,L by it Q, 1: Rosario Acedo L 'Ziff L 5 , sony Acedo 'L fi Q r as 33. Hortencia Acevedo ' ' - '-'gd "S,,:.Q: X L L it Debby Acosta V . Q i, lf, 5 I -25 Thomas Adams ' , Henry Aguiar , Eloisa Aguilar VA..,i.,7 i Yolanda Aguilar it it i -, "" i l . EZ. ., i n . 3 x ng Bill Akins i V I Renee Alito , Mary Allgood K , o g A Yolanda Almada "ML i 2 1- .1 , I ,gg Susan Altamirano " I '-YA Joann Alvarez s . 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Q ig. . -4.1:-,,:,,,-:-H x 111611 'wx-1 fgggeefzefm ' 1 51- 1. .1 1-f 55:21 --swew m1,1i11e.1fm.1sef S - fs renews.. a f- mem .S . 1 K f fm, .Wei-ff1me1e11e11eiu,1::1i1s1fif 11 A f F 5 F me ,.Zees4Ss5fSikfS.azae1sa'wiemfi.ziuJaze f 1' 192 SOPHOMORE Fernando Garcia Josephine Garcia Maria Garcia Maria E. Garcia Meme Garcia Richard Garcia Rosemary Garcia Steve Garcia Teresita Garcia Eric Gardner Gloria Garza Carmen Gastello Chris Gutter Cynthia Gee Elias German Peggy Germany Gayle Gerhart Steve Gibson Joe Gigliotti Glen Gilkerson Donna Gillespie Andy Gilmour , 3 . lil- .1 Z Q if r 'KKI 1,1 A ,: , ' . 21: G Y . it , 'VLZ fs ' A Beverly Gm s f- 1 C . 7 if rm ggggeif ,wg ' , KZ ff! rv xg! AL 3 David Glenn gn, ju 4 , ,, f f Pattie Goddard ,lu-0 I 5 H ' '- , ' 'J ,. f L G V ' ' 'VW' Margo Goldbaum Y ,.v.-il 5 1 Lorraine Gomez -f 1 " X Magdalena Gomez ' A-' f Aurelra Gonzales iff: :.,. ,, ,.. , .. T . at A I 3 f Q ge , G M f' ' , it alih . - 1,-wp. A Jaime Gonzales QM az, L Manny Gonzales l 5,2 ,a r H Q1 . 'r Nellie Gonzales " l Q V Olivia Gonzales Y i g C ' 5 'iff mf V5 "" r 'fi 2, Saul Gonzales ' i A sf I, Xochilt Gonzales ' ' Jefferson Goulette we A 'A Al Gradillas " r ' A M H . , it rf Tuna Gradillas E A Gilbert Granillo Gary Gray -ff Constance Green CE M - V ' E. f ., l , I - " ' 2. Mlmie Green .. ,f R 4' Wx ff' 3 Doris Grinstead H Q4 Curlvs Gross " :-- . 1' "f ' , -. KL, J. A- . 1 , .ng we Zig, 2 91 - --M W -f fs ' K RQ . 'iv . Karen Guess l C William Guess G il" A- Danny Gutierrez C Y- H Eleanor Gutierrez 2, gi X .',' ' Carlos Guzman i J CX 'Q' David Guzman Robert Hale Marsha Ham Skip Hancock Loretta Hanna Benny Hara Jane Harper Wanda Harrison Charles Haskins Kathy Hailey Debra Haynes Allistaire Heartfield is 5 7 rir, L . as L -"r V '59 ti , ' Y i wk C A 4 f 1 Q if ' rsrr , Q., M ffl Il' S '1 3? 1vgf, f I .- '," Jill' r I I , .,,, it AVKK K V, K. r is Q .. , V "Wg A V"' . Mjk y -- 'r-' ' A Practicing before a Wednesday night band rehearsal, Linda ":l' H v Q Salonic could barely see through her "crazy" hat. Q 94, ff' ay ' 3 8 f v.',L fi, . ' ,. ,114 : . SOPHOMORE 193 792+-fr-!Qf'f-L, -2243, K 1 5 A S L- L ,L tj X Ly K L -z Yvonne Hellman "Lie-2-Tl' -fzi ,433 . iwifgi L Q ' -"1-'R . " Y--1-'1 ,4'- QL? 'gf F 'LJ :fn-51 .. L 355 - . L L, ' V- - , .L Noncle Henderson s ew e-H125 5efLL'e3 3 Sisis LLLLLQP 'Lea '-,.- L .1 mit f,-WL . ye-LQQL S . . . S ' L S "' I ,,., . Monlcn Hen'9SCnm'Clf ' 2 L an H L -' ,L LALLLL- -'f r LL -1-gy LW- LL , I ,grin f"'- ,Le-Ln-, SL LL I en VY ' sz-V L 'il - "Y f l: -TS, L, -STL - i ITL 'LL i ' : ..E.:1'?f," ,L r ' si-'L :fin 1 1711 'L fL1fLLi 'i-:fu L' fLii'iffL Lfnfigel , gif --3'7': 'b L L 5 "Q 2 , L -L DOHHG HGHYY V 551 'f' f5.'7 5 L '- L 7:25, . yr' VL L' L 'Il A. 2: 1397 -V Q-in L -j p , ' L Llfg' liggsf ' 575 1 2 :L ' 212 , L A li'5iifLf: ,E LLLL lLLQfLQL L-W ' f,LfiLLL'1f LLL L' 1 'i g a 1' , il David Hernandez f M L :Elie 5 L V Lf if?Lf-M L ' f ' "" " L ' ' 15 :L "Lf ' ' ' L- - V ri " - L - 6 L ,iLL5Lzgi- :L . L if aL - Eddie Hefmmdel X ,,-., L L ' ' Y L L Mono Hernandez L,L,ki:L5LL,, AL, .k..,, ,.,,,,,. L V,LLLL:,LLlL:i'L L . S L , A -:V , S I - MR c JILL , S sq Charles Herrera LQ L L L ' .-::rLgL S ,L - Jean H'9Ven L L - , ' " Tim H ilderman L L , , S George Hill 'V Y - ' ' A ' 'L 1-7 i 975-Q:-3'L 7' L-'5 LLL KLL .M "Fl -L 'f? . 3'QS5Ei'5. "' L L ' .:::.L.: V - ' 'A' -9 if-V V 57 - LL L L, ' 5 if K Larry Hrll ' if ,L ..,,, ,. :. - L . " ' ,LS f-,- lL- 'L , " - s."i.:5v52El f: L. ' 'Jann if :ZW Lf ' , 554, . . ""L- J rr ef S L as h Llndc l'l'll .L L ' L f Z f- Bin Hinds .,,. LL LL L.'-,- L ,L,g.b,. , L , , ..,., g,L,, , g,., ,--g , 4 , L L L L LL ,L ' ' f ,V L LLLLL-- ,--- A L - F !,,,,,N,- KL LL is we L . 1 Lf-frgw L- L L15 S L L L L- - , John Hmkle 5- " -- ' 90" T 5 5- 2, 7 " . L- ' ' 9-fi ni':gv.LiL,,'1",LL. VL 11' ,L L L i ' - L Robert Hinkle i L -L ' L ' he L 'L i . L i L- L L L LL 'La J ' Betty Hlrsch L - -Ls: ' - - ' + jj?-' L - LL L gL ' jfs: --,:L ' L A LJL. -L -LL Lf L f -f LL LLLLL 9' . . L, -L ,- - -L Luciel Hodkms L' Lian if " L TL, " 1-'Lf' ' Si ng-'iff 'L -' y-"' , "Liu , L L L , Gefv Heldcfoff f . Le L 581- 15. .V LL' -lg L' ' L ai. , ' L' .LLLs:-we Jennifer Holguin - - - L L 2 ' 1 - - LLL - - LLL L , L LL LLLLK V -- f , J L, L, L Lkxk' ' W 'V - L L - L L L ' -J J Barry Holmes We L1 y X, L - L fi? ' 1,1 5 5 2 'EL ff' 'L 1 if 2 f r ' ' 7 Q Samuel Holmes 1 - A if ig K ' Maxine Holub i L i -. ,L -L ee.. -i Lindo H0 king Le- ' ' L N,,,L ,, f sf' -Lg - 'HL ' - , ,L- - ..5L P L.. 3: L- Lr . LH - fm' LLL L -K L LL, f L +1 L L, L L- LgL L . 35 gg 1 V 'W A. ,A , M L, H 12,4 Mgr, LL L ' L 'QL Sherri Howard 'L , 4 gif - gf kr ' i 5 ',-pig, F Priscilla Howe K - 3 - , ' L,gL f L' Q .1 - N ,S 3 L A, -L K '- L L Lg-13, . ML, g ,L L LL, "L- ' 4 Ricky Huckabay - - L LL L ,L Loretto Huerfo LL L Lf Li ' ll ni . - 5 L r- me --'l L - X L -lonn Hulcnlnson - L - L L' 'SFT - L , L I uf -L if 1 L L Margo Irule Telephones in the Main building provided a means of reaching parents and George Hernandez patiently waited to use the pay phones while for overdue homework or for a ride home. During lunch, Willis Johnston Irma Bedoya and Nancy Fenton made emergency calls. L L Mwnq gmwwfm L, L-LLL L 4LLLWawm:gm:sLwww:-nsLL f LL HM:-,.,L.m mm we-ww gg -i-1, wt. 1.5, A -LE-I, L - - L L L 1 sf f11f11,111w1e Q. 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A 1 ,Q 1 K' 1 -,1 " 1 Robert Jones "" '11 , f ' , - V , L1 ' L f - ' ory Joseph W 145,51 y , 5 , .51 - .1 .1 I , 7 K gk Gary Juniel , '1 1 J Dahn Katzen i f ' 27 1, ' Dennis Keating 11, i 1, uf xy' I J XS Edward Kelly 1 , .1 1 1 1 Thomas Kelly ff if 1 ' A 11 A 1 g ' 1 11 5 ' 1 11 tra 1 ..4 -11 1 1 - ' f 1 1' 11 Jeff Kemper 1311 - 11 11 "'- M ' 1:21 1 11 1 1 1 - 11 LQ ,N 1 sf .E ,1 L,'-, , 1 1 ' 1155-fs 1, '1' - 11 " 11 ig John Kessinger ,k., i, 1 1 ,,.' rm " 1 '111l .,52:1 1 1 11 - - 155751 " 111211 A," an 7 " 53 1 .1 1 5555: T '1 W '," 1" A 1 'r 1 19 :W 112. " L1 Robeff Klsllng 'i,' 5 ,Lg 1, 1 1 ' ' 1 1 11111, 1, sf: 1 1 11 1 1 1 ' SandY Klugherz 51 3--11'f1'1f5gfLz 'J "" fl ' in if ,2 11,1 "'ss' N11 4 s," 1' " 1 ' ' ' . . 111111 'i i A' "1f12lzQ1111 13 1 8 11 K " 1. 1 - ii -"i ' 1 ' 11 1 1 1 1 1 Brigma Kovacs X 71 1 H 11 112 lx 541' 5 - 1, 11 f ' 'A 1?-2 e "W Q5 LUPHC' Kf-If' i.,i ,1fi11?ifi 5 4' DA 2 s-', E W 4 "3'f1f1?1 wi ' 2 ' '11 1. 11" ' ' ' 1 , "",-' E 1 ' '--- 1 1. -' 1 7 will nec-mer 1 1.1 1 W 1 J fe f 1 1 Harry Kressler li ffil ,1,. K 1' 1 511115 fv ,Me Q -,, -1 1 Harold Krohn 1111 5 Q1 f Wsziififiy I 11 3 jg. ly 1 ff ' I " Zoflu Kufewsn 1 1, if rrir 1 Pat Laborin we -' 1 My 1 g. -A3 1 11 1 ,1 Sharon Lanan V J ff" I W ' 1' f" 1 1 ' lie 5? ..', ' -- . Julia Lane 3595232 11 A I 1 2 L, 1 1 1- '--"' few 1 2 imixiiii 1 11 11 V vQzE:7l?E1? 1 1111 if - Else, new 1 1f..e 2521511 .1 Roy Laos 1.1 1 1 1 1 11 Ronald Lum .W11111,i1, zu... x' g1gg1m1111 111111111 " ' es' A""' 11 -,fs swsfzges-" 11,111'1 mz5 1111 1 - H15 j ,- 1 1 111' .--1,11 WW? 3 1 111 f i' Surah l-Gfsen H1 f-,k ,, - 111153, 1, .-,, V 11311 , V 1111- 11 -151 ,1' fo1sf11s'111 11,- 1 1 1 1 s21iP211'151siT 111111 1 " ff f-,i 1 F 1 .1 11 11, '1 1iwrwg411 -- ' .11 1 A '1 Muff Lowell 1 ig ,J , N 1 Q ' Viiii Lord I-Uwe' 1-VV 1 , A 5-1 : 2 4 ay 1 1 F i k: 11 4 : l5:?:E:. 1 Ju Lawler X 1 1 1 4 , 1 15552521 Y 1 sfo 'l 1 135 ' 1 R Q L 25 K 1 1 1 551 I1 o err awrence l1W.1'1 1,1, .,1, 111 1.,1 1, '1 'J 1 " ' fl Suwn Lawrence 1 J' ' 1' ' Fli5:ifi3Jf297L7 A551572 11 - Kig-L ,I 1 1 .1 Janet LeBlanc ' .19 f ,ia K .. 1 1 Yolanda Lechuga KY-21" U1 A 1 A 1' " if 'K V 1 I ,gg - AA :J A -I 1 1 flag V Tom Lee Q ' ' ,r-' """' , 3' 1 A , 1 15 1g Bill Lemas v 11 1 - Y J 1 4 111 Jean Leon sf- 5 T531 , Eff 1 32 4 1 Y Robert Leon f,e,ijfjjj,W A 1. ,Q if P Vicki Leon ' l T-M 11 fa H151 12 if 113' K V Stephen Lesher I A ..,. VI,-I-4 J if I ii' . . 'Ri 1- 1 M Angie Leverock 1 1 W- K ,'1, 31 R, 11- Lenora Lewis 1 1' 111 ' 'J' rrfr if ff 1 Linda Lewis 5151 " 1 Lfl' 1 1 5 orvm e 'S VVLV , 'fz gff , 1 H .5 Elin, Gim Lim ' J ' ' ' Efwln Lincoln S?fji?l 11i!55flUiwsx 1kE4:!iE I 1' ' K ??E1+11.. 5i1eiiQE:': 'r Miriarn I Adriana Lopez 1 I I L 4 Q 1 1 't'. 1-1 1 11 1 ' Barbara Lo ez I 1 Q1 I liz A rv- A My W 1 1 ' Cheryl Laps K " 11 1 - 1 fm ?' 1 W - I 1 "1 3' , ,1 J 5222 Eddie Lopez 1 - 1' fi 1 'fi Elvia LOPez 11 1 ' 1 if ' A A' Joe Lopez 1 n ' e f ,sg , , 1- 11 1 , Lydia Lopez 1 V ' Q 1 Margme, Lopez - ' 1 I 11" 1 - Mcfk l0Pe1 4. . 1 S '- 1 ' - 11 ff. Rudy Lopez 112 '1 11 ""' 1 - '..j Q 1 41 :Q Q Buner Louis 1 12? 1 1, 1 1 1 1 1 11:5 .Q 1 1 111l R"S"'V" Lowe 11 Q I f J 1 1 me 11 N iwiiiff '11,11,1l 51 E' Frank Lucero ' 1 ' X' 1 JGrlniS LU90 1,115 V 11 i f f W' ,' if I 'w i ' 15:14 'i1' 7115f'fs9?"' M" z: ' ' wil l vi' A ' V I' 'L A A 1 3, 11,11 11:11 in A . 5 ,,11g,, A -12 -1 J , X '11ls' E Thomas Lugo 11 'L' 1 L 7 ' "Wm ' ' 1 I 1- NQUCY l-Usch 111ggg1j11,k1 1 1 11 1k11::f11 1 1 H 11111 'sl' 5 I 1 1 111j'f,1 ' ' i "V' 1 Q -'wmvfi H 1 Susan McAfee -1 1 , ' ' 'FQ' 1 1,1 1 fy w g. J' ' ff Larry McAlister e w 1111 N J 1 1 1 J ' Rose Mclifide J , ' ,,, 1,4i11r,5jj,1fj I 1 1i1g,1E ' 1 1 ' if E 1 ' 1 1 Lou Anne McDonald 1-15' 1 i ' 111 ' ' 1' ' ' H lv Debb' MCF0dYen A 1 Bafbafa MCGBS -3 5 33 ,1i, si if J j 11 as Kufhfyn Mclmyfe 1-Eb fig wmv Www -2 ggy 5 Q - , 3 Richard Mdgeever SOPHOMORE 195 l i r f Giving out school information was one of the many tasks of Carole amo's office relieved the secretaries of answe Harrison and Amy Dodds. Honor Service students working in Mr. Mall- "stuffing" teacher's boxes with daily announceme l Wy. 'ft K H' , , . S 'K g, f , , 2' ..-' J f l if I , 9 7 A 4 :ir , - - 2' , ' 4- ' , ' ' Qi, g - ,ie Star 'Z gk X F I to .J ,,'V 2' .. aj li t " 3 Y Y Y' " X. if' , ' o.',, f 7- V V' ei 1 1 SMB W 4 ' ca f ' tewf a " 'fi - KH ts ,, . " t My ' 3' f M, V ii 7 , , . L, ggi ' " fly-s. , ' Z- -ryr rg! 232 . C ' ' F, N , Ml Z 5 i, iii.. . legs, an 7 , iii 3 ,,-', F to '. 2 w,,, ,, H V , - W 1 an cf Ml G 1 "' Q3 UQ , ' ' 1 - , Y A. Y V - Q H 2 .. 5 , 135 t ,l,, N , V V A l av A E, I I M A t za :' C 3 t A V . "' NF 1 'f A it . .A F r e ' ei fo 1 535 5 -if' x 53 3' ,Q ,- y W eg f 1-2 K . no In , , ,, -I Kao , ,., K :Eg W.. , , , , . . , Q ,L ., ,,, A 5 AL 3, A A yky, 5, yy, , -,kL 5 . , .,,, 4' , " 5 x ll ff fa if -1 . I if 45" fi. ' is ra L 196 SOPHOMORE ,c li' 2? its ttf if , i j -m t 1'f Q S ,ss L l lll A ,fs it f"'f Q A A RTS. Carolyn McKinney Tim McWold Judi MacDonald Debbie MacFadden Pat Maciulla Craig Maddox Frank Madrid Bruce Maerker Mickey Magee Patt Maiuta Sheryl Mallet David Mcllick Francine Mandros Gloria Manriquez Leticia Marquez Anastacio Martinez Delma Martinez Fernando Martinez Frank Martinez George Martinez George L. Martinez Gilbert Martinez Gilbert R. Martinez Jesus Martinez Norma Martinez Ruth Martinez Vicki Martinez Rosie Morum Nancy Mathews Carol Matte Ervin Matthews Lee Maxon ring the telephone and 1 X ' KV. : 'lt J . in mf , f g. 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Qjsp, ' E Sally Miner , Nadine Minnitt Jesus Miranda .-.': A , Leticia Miranda Jesus Mirazo " tibiwgghel ' Priscilla Misner Gilbert Molina QA Grace Molina u ' '. Norma Molina I 1. Ruben Molina Victor Molina If l V ' Kelly Montano .I fr if "'- Patsy Montano , ' I Ramon Montano mf Manuela Montes Chris Montiel Genevieve Montoya Mary Lou Morales Betty Moreno Lydia Moreno Joe Morones , F. .2 er . xv2g1f,s, if::,,,,-- J it Q Q' NW, Terri Mounce -, 22551 k i 1 1 ,ggyims 4 35 :5 sw :fesnms ff, 15 f fmsere , . ,- .f 1 A Ninas M-. J 5 F? E J 2 ,,i,, ,,,r , 1 or . F Il Qi WW: A .. S 'X ii Anna Munoz Arturo Munoz Frank Munoz Marcelino Munoz Mary Munoz Alice Murietta Brooks Muterspaugh John Myers ' Y 3 the l'li' ' ffl 2-il e - W as ffl? six 4 S 5 if 3 1 9W,,.,,, i.,.i. ,M ,.V, ,D V ll'i X X . i W, li , ' . t gg 1452 1 ,Q 'V .- .' ::?f . SOPHOMORE 197 L 'l'i n e iii Leading loyal fans during the J.V.--Sahuaro football game, Junior Varsity head cheerleader Cindy Warner clapped her hands to the chant of "Amen," Rachael Pasternack Adolfo Patino Ralph Pattison Timothy Payne Cedric Peete Terry Pena Keith Percival Camilo Perez David Perez Henry Perez Olga Perez Rosa Perez Sylvia Perez Toni Perez John Pernell Elaine Peters Connie Peterson Jimmy Petropoulos Ken Petsch Luis Peyron Margaret Phillips Drusilla Pierson David Plasse Dean Pollock Mark Pollock Rosongela Porto Arthur Powell Vikki Powell Jeri Puntenney Patti Purvis Sylvia Quesada Raymond Quintanar Armando Quiroz Paula Quiroz Robert Quiroz Arthur Ramirez Ralph Ramirez Robert Ramirez Gilbert Ramos Hector Rangel David Rau Ada Redd Louise Reed Robin Reed C, IDLE' .Q Ji ? 6 -ss is 1 g. P-et is ,X Q PS. M 95 3 , . ',t. yo, we 'V , A ite, Tiff' ft T5 A 'W is L eaten kos f 4 if Vkkr ,J ,i :.v is , Ggkl 4 N ' A .S t.kr,.: -ws.. -mf 1. 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W. f 1 ,V fr' , -, , W5 A Z t .L .I W, .. yi- 1. i .- ,K , R, .5 X i i A 'fi Wayne Reed Joe Reginald Therese Reidy we SOPHOMORE A i x X fl? X , -Y . 5 1 4 t I 15 Sally Rendan Alfred Renferia John Rich Barry Richards Mike Richards Gary Richelsan Carol Ricks Armando Riesgo Martha Riesgo Darlene Riley Carol Rivera Louis Rivera Lydia Rivera Walter Rivera Garth Rivers Danny Robles ifi2eSESee 3 fi 5 f N Q W' R L? 1. 3 R 'ff V ww, f R 3 f " -R R -75 tins ' " K RR 'ef R K , is 2. A R R , -2 as , .- A H' if rw ' R M ! M -R .Q..- R A-.if liar fin 9 A Ae 1 f 2:4 5 Q . J 1 4 5292 3 ,ELK R i R MR :F In n J i,u'r Y A R Jie .XR R R R A lx Rgr"'f'iWR x A HX ' f Wm AJ IR Frank Robles L E I' ,Rfffn A. 1 George Robles W R Rl R, A' i ki' 9241"-if lsabel Robles jg if "E f M ' sr if Rm ' fm 4 fig Manuel Robles 3 Y' tx sv xg' if gf 'Q' df K Ria . Qi v? Rose Robles W Rg -" 7 j' R . F ,Q 4,5 Armando Rodriguez K Y -'AR KK ,Ref 5 MR R' ' K ,RTR David Rodriguez I fi K' 5 ' ' 7 Y Tania Zodriguez " R V H A 1 John Rodriguez N' 5 j, g e l, ,IRAN R f ze R ' W 'R N' H -- Rosemary Rodriguez r ' R il iii? R 'R R if 'R f f-f ' r A " syivm Rodriguez ARRR pf U 4V e H Sylvia N. Rodriguez I K ' -11 : 1 1 3R3?ff' R Ri ,: R. R. g K I chqriene receding M Q R R 2 lrll " Q 'X xi ' ' R 2 John Roman R - R ff if 3 R X Q iii I' Waller Vassiliev prepared 'ro affack The Twisting Turns and iighf corners checked out his cart. Go-Carling was a popular after-school activity for of the Grand Pre go-can Track on east Speedway as The Track Marshal many competitive-minded Badgers. SOPHOMORE 199 Angel Romero Diana Romero Mary Romero Mike Romero Patricia Romero Raul Romero Ray Romero, l Richard Romero David Romo Manuel Romo Shelley Rosenberg Linda Ross Steve Roth Robert Rubin Richard Rubinstein George Rubio Alll ' '.-'lf' ,KK ff K V iii? . 'SWE' X ' 'W K . 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Gerry sg-,bye zoo SOPHOMORE '91 , "WOR-vw L,1., ground information for Elma Saltero Anthony Soto Charles Soto Frances Soto Frank Soto Philip Soto Sally Ann Soto Mari Souther Debra Soza Linda Sparks John Stafford Linda Stension Myron Stewart Linda Stickley Tim Strongin Alan Stump Bill Sumner Ron Syyan Victoria Szach Pamela Tabor Blanca Tarazon Lorraine Taylor Melanie Taylor Misti Taylor Gilda Terrazas Gerri Thibodeau Lowell Thomas Albert Thompson Gloria Thompson James Thompson Jeanne Thompson Cathy Thorup ,f"""" '3- ,mx ,A L ' -.......,gi,, ,r.,,.,r. N.,r. M ,...:,,,-Q M irrrrorrmesw W ,,,.f.-ff-f'T"f , rsrr is as X X is y 1 , X ,.,. . K M -"' Qppqhw K , K If M s,irr 1-wwf ,W mel r , nme, Newsweek, and U.S. News and World Report provided The back- exfemporaneous speeches at Tucson Tourna- ny, f't, 'WT ments. Cathy Thorup, Barbara Wezelman and Salvatore Zagona each received three Topics from which they picked one To discuss. N f .. 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A . , QQWS fu, .71 '17 .. ser- 57 f ,sir i. . ,V J t S Ls.49'9 'Q . 'TT ge 1 E S 2 -7 .27 7 ew 7' 27 7- 37 WW-tg it E get L 1 5 .. E 7 - . .fl " L - 7- ' I ,,,. ,.,. r .,L.ii.,:. 'y fffg-ff ' , 'lip ,575 7hWM.MEmM k . s -5 k"z. .' ., 7 7 ':. 7 -I-I-i 7. 12,19 K-ffl-5 QmwL4H'Qw Juanita Villasenor - 'lily .777-535277. . . 7- ,- ex Lennie Villegas SOPHOMORE Camille Tidrington Gilbert Tisdale Chrystal Todd Daniel Tom Armando Torres Elidia Torres Martin Torres Laura Touche Sally Tovor Wally Travers Cindy Treat Rosenna Treio John Truiillo Juanita Truiillo Margaret Truiillo Pete Tucker Chris Urrea Susan Voladez Eddie Valdenegro Roy Valdez Frances Valencia Richard Valencia Cecilia Valente Aurelia Valenzuela Bob Valenzuela Cecilia Valenzuela Irma Valenzuela Isabel Valenzuela .lo Valenzuela John Valenzuela Louis Velenzuela Manny Valenzuela Faces showed mixed emotions as Tucson High fans cheered for the football players. When the team made a touchdown, Badgers threw ice and streamers into the air, as well Kathy Vitale Dean Volz Chris Wagner Roberta Waldren Ronnie Walker Larry Ward Mary Helen Ward Cindy Warner Jim Weaver Pat Webb Patricia Weiler Ruth Weisz Jeffrey Wellborn Zada Wells Paul Wesner Barbara Wezelman Dale Wheelond Lonnie Wiles Darla Wilkerson Larry Willis Jim Wilmore Debra Wilson Dale Winders Janet Winsor Cherry Witherspoon Carol Wittels Paul Wolsfelcl Anita Wong Tom Workman Jerry Wortman Nellie Yanez Leonor Ybarra as smashing each other on the head with cascarones. Pom poms were available at the bookstore to add color to the crowded stands. ' ' Wl'ii' iw ' rriszsefiww "f 11gjg1 ' 24" .?f.' 1i1ss?fi ff?:iQQfi,TTm L2 s 5,, , f1'12Y:M- L ' L sr,1s sFr,i , ,L ,sa, a,,,.. ssyrgss I 1 . fr A. 'fwfss faffalrfvw fa. Q. . , - ,'.' f . -f -llll C 1- fx ? A'f. gl a so .,,: , f V , ,',' K , lg, :L 5,1 . M so if is , :neg 'ff ff' it .r srsi 'r , :. -t,f, , -it 1 gf1,f:,,,fs, sm -wget , 'L g f K' 339 . 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Z, 2. as f fffi . . , f , 'l"' 1 gi V 1" Dldnfl YSlGS ' George Yslava r , rrrr 'E w "ZLl"l f , ,K,, HQ ill ' ei: Salvatore Zagana Ruben Zarate 'fx YV sr.', is ig' L l ?if'f52Yl i,' Vilfll L l fi'2fI'ff H 4 'ir' 32 - L, L " Ali 553555 7 if - Xt il'L j Gary Zielbauer "li 'll' ' ,N f f Betty Zschech SOPHOMORE 203 Junior Cabinet and dvisor Board Planned Forums and Prom Activities Ralph Abasta Bob Abbott Jean Aboud Ellen Abrams Aileen Abril Denise Acosta Al Acuna John Adams Chuck Aegerter Sandi Agnew Candy Aguilar Mike Aguilar Asucena Alameda Dorothy Alderete Gilbert Alegria Bruno Alesii Norma Alvarado Larry Alvarez 204 JUNIOR if LW' fy knit fm .mr .ss S. in as , ,. sisters: -fi ' 5, "If is iii-5 .ig 5, as if it s-,Q 3, fry: if gag wf si r ff.. 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Juniors cap- tured a second place in the Spirit Week hall competition by decorating their hall as "Spirit Alley." Only three points kept them from first place, just barely snared by the seniors. Juniors anticipated the prom with greater eagerness this year as they became the first class at Tucson High to ever hold an off- campus, combined junior-senior prom. Presi- dent Thomascena Green and members of the Cabinet Worked in conjunction with the senior 5 class in order to make this new idea a reality. , i Racial tensions and parks and recreation were two of the topics for juniors to discuss in their forums. Cecilia Vasquez, teacher at Tuc- 5 son High, spoke to the class about some of the problems of and solutions of racial tensions. City councilman Conrad Joyner advised the juniors about the possibility of a city-Wide l parks and recreation program involving all 1 Tucsonans. Juniors questioned him about the probable location of the park concerning the involvement of all types of citizens. 3 l l Right: Junior Class President Thomascena Green listened to j the Forum Committee's ideas about possible guest speakers. As adviser to the Junior Class, Mr. John Harvey worked with Secretary Anna Fisher and Vice President Vivian Machado to plan the Junior-Senior Prom. l l l l - V- 4 -zz., ------- ,, ,A ,- 755 f www? if if 'aff 5 1 5 22 Gia 9 if e. 3. ,. , 2, , V fir 5 xg Q A do . . M if -2 M fi X wi gg Q , , . l Q il ,I WX' ,al , .Lf nf , P, ff: i -5 . mmil, J 1: . ' ,fi 1 I H t 2 ,A LV, . , 'f ,..- Xxlg ,Y if A if , W, lie, Q ' ' D 5 ' 5255, 'iff ' 5,3 , A gr P7 is .V-LL, :E 11 ji ,'L 1 1 if 'E' ' ii ' ."f324' f ?,1,,g ii, .V,. , K Vg: ' m2,.1iY:i1 fig 2 9: 2 in if e ,. Qi I '5 ' - K 1-4- - ' ef ef - 1 i agre e? W 1 5 A -sr,-1' ,4 F I "W .- 'Y' ' "5 , " ' 1 ,f- 1, . 35, 'Y 1' ' 'sf K ll an , w ,gnu . 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Kalhy Hacke John Hall Melita Hall Richard Halle Nancy Haney Yolanda Hanna Micheal Hansen Irene Haro Richard Harper Pam Harrell Laurice Harris Tanya Harris Ruth Harrison Tony Harisfield Janet Hassey Jimmy Haynes Tyrone Haynes Pam Hays Alexis Heartfield Linda Hedglen Sidney Helm Kathleen Hendricks George Hernandez Les Hernandez Odilla Hernandez Norma Herrera Richard Herrera Jacque Hespen Mary Hnlyard Tom Hinds Janice Hmkle c ,,.. , X l er 2 2 1' .1 , , AV. . .W L, . ,, K we fn Q, 5 I' H l l lrli f y , ' - ,,5 1 - if I :. ..,., 1, NWS V 1 ,3 , H J! ff! f 1 aa, , ,K ..,, .E 5 Q l A-5 A Q -. I T121-s - fi- - - all M. 4 K V, f , 1 , 1,2554 Y 0 i . -ff rw 0.5 1 if 2 .af gi? i f ik r f -W MM X 1 iv if asf- as 5 ww -i , , I icy 5 ? . I fx da? X if lr me k Ai f , 2 X ,gil 51551: A V gig, , 55. 'li if ,fx . ,. M . 1 0 Q , if " fn l H ' 3 .r s J -fa t 3 X 4 2' W 6 X Er Va Q Ar' new ' -' f' L Q7-rm 5-wiv we ? 'M UI .. -. C Q 'FL -. m 5 ' . 3 ' . .D .. 9 C . ' - 3 0 'S E 5' S 1, 5 O N 3 CD CA 2. 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'fl' 'Z'- mfs All K U-.wif 3 wi? ,V ,, though he missed the next three games, Curtis was honored by being named to the first team on the All-City roster. M ffl. J ' f- " J uv -, N' ji RKQ 'MJ ci' " " la .. L' 1 XL,, . , ,,,k if Lf F nge, Ll V J ... i r A K Q U ,. . i4gfi9f'3""'hfzf., if " ffm " A ' 'J 1 .aw V- -an M . I , M' f ' 4 1 ',-t f ,Q tif ' L . ,N V .. -1-f p ri ' A ' X MLS? ' y ' , 7 5, I ,V L3 - -as , L WJ, W ,ir .5 1 t,,, 1 45,-P ,, ' 2, - 5, - , 4 f 1: - my f sr - A 1 ima 'ri 1 'V i 1 J i ' .3 ,g . f Wi air W f f -,,'- a 1 ' 1 P ,f 1 ' L ',i ,, rg, ,ry L ,,7, , 5, , its ,-,, y t,,hL E, .',-, H ry, my If it , 1 , ",- , il, I fr A Y .J fm A ,""L2 - 1 I I .pig ,. i V W fm "' W' Q YL 1, .Q .za I A ,rl 'J my V ' if f ,swim Qasi4sm:e?W9 i 6 I - ?i5msf:emff'f2z: fizfxgwzwiiseze 210 JUNIOR John Hogg Mike Holloway Barbara Hopkins William E. Howard William Howard John Howell Ron Hudson Jerry Huerta Patricia Hughes Rodney Hughes Patti Hummer Keith Hunten Valarie Hunter Tom Hurtado Dorothy Isaac Andrea Jahnke Richard James Jacob Jaramillo Ray Jauregui Lily Jew Pat Jimenez Larry Johns Theron Johnson Richard Johnson Lorraine Johnston Etta Jones Bill Jordan Cecil Jordan Malka Kalmanowicz Dennis Karr Douglas Karr Helen Kassander . y F 'gfzu Q J ,-' so J g fs. C -' if .qw it :.,, J J - L, J J J , , is iiss ' J J ' .ef 5 L: z i '24 ' 5 . ' ig refs Xj' 4 i I , 4 -E My , .A:. C-E .-it L- A V H H A - f its r m: ' J 5 N! J is Q ' A C fill J ' it A fi sg g L L 5 i g J it is 4 , F J, A y f- fro m ii? 1f K f t I iyry JA if I J Z fs . A':: Fatima Lopez Frank Lopez Greg Lopez Olivia Lopez Geraldine Lovegreen Jacque Loveioy Norman Lowe Claudia Lowery Kathy Lowery Racheal Luian Karen McCluskey Rene McCormick Marilyn McLaughlin Kathy McMillen Renee McMillin Joe Machado Vivian Machado Ruben Madero Charlie Maish Eddie Maialca Naomi Malone Thelma Manriquez Gloria Marin Michel Mariotte Frank Moriscal Fred Mariscal Suzanne Market Alfonso Martin Andy Martin Catalina Martinez Elsa Martinez Evie Martinez 113' fs sf is ras 2 .. A ,,.., . H5153 sf X, Q 3 E 1, s Q 1' . 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On Wednesday nights, during the football 212 Helen Martinez Richard Martinez Rosa Maria Martinez Roseanna Martinez Stella Martinez Mark Mason Gilbert Matsushino Donald Matthews Linda Mattews Andrea Mattson Jacinto Matus Hattie Mayes Marcelline Melillo Mary Mendibles Mike Mendibles Frank Mendoza Robert Mendoza Betty Mesa Bob Messing Joe Meza Silvia Meza John Mikesell Michael Millstone Gloria Misner Dennis Mitchell Jerry Mitchell Larry Mitchell Lea Mitchell Mary Mitchell William Mohr Chris Molander Angie Molina Barbara Molina Danny Montano Herminda Montoya Philip Mooberry Ray Moore Vicky Moore John Moothart Joe Morales Willie Morales Neusa Moreira Frank Moreno Frank C. Moreno Patsy Morris Ron Morris Gary Munday Jim Murtagh JUNIOR season, the band and twirlers wore "costumes" and rehearsed the pro gram which they would perform at the game on Friday. ff A i lii I r..k - K FF F Q V s,t, sift, m F MWF: H iszggg. F1 z ' i ' . 'F 55 I seiggrgt 35 Q. .,, i ' ' fm V "wif Te - : w: ..... F. ' . 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Ceci Owen Bobby Owen . , ,, P ,. f I ' ?1s2j: v . ' 'flew Ruben Pacheco ,L 5 4- ,ii, Rudy Padias Ted Palmer Lydia Palomino V3 5 K -' . fi: , , .V 2, a I 215733 ,firgpfae . ' . wiki: , ,,, ..,,y ,V h ,, Q P 5: Af1,:V ,ga,5 g lsr? r 3 'Y 3 P Barbara Papousek f ' 4' We 1 ,f flfisvia - Sen-f 5 s,Sfsr,?5a,fe,iff,r- f,. :wrfsff1,,3iv Richard Pg!-key firiifiiiisiwf i sw '-z 535,gig,ggsrgigg,,ysfmgy'es,'1fvfgyg5,5, .f 5 " erm 1fe,f:w'g1g ,' Fe" frm www I 7 'uv rev? 'fm?fi?w'?3ls 'fi , ,EMF gmsxfi ' , s aga I ' r - Joy Parks o , ,s,,c ,, , ,,.,, ,..,,-, l l ,' I jr ,H Gail Parsons UNIOR 213 HH 4' JUNIOR CABINET Bottom row: Bonnie Gee, Anna Fisher, Vivian Mach- ado, JoAnn Wong, Nancy Scott, David Gandell. Second row: Naomi Berkowitz, Darlene Gaston, Mimi Blitzer, Theresa Quevedo, Alice Bear, Debbie Young, Ann Dahlen. Third row: Joe Machado, LiliAnne Purdie, TA., TWA. il' ki' 3 fi .... s, ,:,., ,. V V , S S , , . 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V A-kk 5 "K IL' ,ft ,, t 3 .. , ji, if Clyde Thompson Kathy Thompson Linda Thompson Marye Thomsen Theron Tisdale Helen Tom John Tom William Tom Karen Tomlinson Johnny Torres Sara Torres Christine Toto Anne Towne Jo Traslavina Larry Traylor Anna Treio Nick Treio Donna Trifan Ercilia Truiillo Josiefina Tupiken Charles Tuttle Herschel Tye lrma Urbaleio Arthur Urias Erlinda Urias Lorraine Urias Joe Urrea Betty Valadez Blas Valdez Julia Valdez Armando Valente Karen Valenti Concepcion Valenzuela David Valenzuela Isabel Valenzuela Julia Valenzuela Tony Valenzuela Carolina Valverde James VanDerAa Rosemary Vargas Victor Vazquez Jose Vega Philip Vega Richard Verduzco Barb Vermette Nanci Versakos Arlene Vidal Diana Villalobos 216 JUNIOR E cis-M ri:-'i .,.:: 3 Q. ie J is , I f Xi -s P 4.511 3 2, tty .,, S an L Q W wt F if Q 4. ' la? 49 L X ' h ' V , t, xi ive, si 29' I ,,l i f l t szswsifs-vitigwwsmg-19 -, Q.-Amt ,s.wQgt,,qw , NM., gg V' ft af . ..,. Mfg-f A .1 W, , -gg X 3 nw ,rf is , t --lf L X J t N 5 I 2 ll 2 M X ft villa 3 f f 1 at fee?-s T iw e t i .. my T Q 1 H - max 1 Q ,,, as 1 --L ft mgmil . s as R ,, f X 5, X S i ,, gg ' asf- J fgftr Q , ,, gm . l ' In -'Z' 7 4, LK 2' 'Amir' 3 g, 'Q N . l f: I J. S - V ftfsi,-LQ I f'-' rim W , 'J MNH? ., 'i lf,-I - ' , "1 , zzta , ' :W , f Q. WE' K , - 5 ,t if X.-.-, w . ,L Y ,A , Q J W. 5 5 it -23 1. ' ' 1 1.11 , .sg . , " g mt -I f -. . . J . 4' . 'T -J T, , , ff T , . wal i 3 .J 'ii . its W5 , ' 4- ,fl 2 0 R 'ff Q - is - fl - , fl, Nf l , 9' 33" ,, -' Q -'-- - faxes? , 1 . . 1 li n g ers 1 Y Q , , fi Rf l li ,ty 'l il - s I A ' f l new Q L rs , 1 sn, ,sr 'S f V l,lll 7 ,ggifg .. SSH' ffm X- V 3 f ' f gf M35 fo. ' A . - :,:: , .. f5 H ,1- f .. :,. . ,. M. My-1' ' ill WK fl Q A as flfiekfit l' ,t . . 7 M 2, l ui ,iv - " if s f, S Q , Ei X a mi V W, , , u Charles Smalley Gary Smalling Kay Smith Mitchell Smith Richard Smith Holly Smithe Christine Sooter Jennifer Sooter Anthony Soqui Juanita Sosa Annette Soto Barbara Soto Mary Soto Theresa Soto Babette Souther Phil Soza William Spears Mikel Stanich Teresa Stanton Sue Steichen Susan Stellburg John Stone Kathy Stopa Stephen Suarez Penny Sylvester Annabelle Tadeo Mike Takagi Rebecca Tapia Joe Tarazon Jack Tellez Julie Tellez Mike Terry Jw , 1: , " 1 5 .1 :il x, , fx- 1 V A x t. -' gt ., ..... I :AI li cifriiik li Q! swf? K 3 2 is 2? xl ' .sf L i .t,, t s F-' 3 , WM - .un 1? . -3 ti . P, H , 3 , , at tt- if ""1'f'. 7 v,. :gr ? G L si ,I army' - we , me . Decorations on cars entered in the Car Caravan ranged from red and posts. Although Craig Lindsay's car was not iudged a winner, he ioined white crepe paper and white tissue flowers to broomsticks used as goal the caravan on the road to Salpointe High School. Bob Villasenor Dan Villegas Lauro Villegas Veronica Villegas Connie Waddell Susan Waddell Patsy Waggoner Paul Waldren Richard Walmer Tracy Wasley Michael Watson Norvell Watson Virginia Webster Josh Weissberger Timetria Wells Wendy West James Wezelman Dianne Wheaton Mary White Mike White Greg Wiles Jennifer Wiley Meri Willhoite Margie Williams Paula Willis Marie Wilson Wayne Wilson Nancie Winsor Sandy Winsor Sylvia Wittels JoAnn Wong Louis Wong Roni Wooten Ann Wuenschel Cleide Wutke David Yanez Sara Yanez Leslie Yarbrough Debbie Yoho Deborah Young Alice Yribe Evelyn Yrigolla Gloria Yslavo Rosemary Zayos Pot Zazueta Richard Zazueta Diane Zeidler Lydia Zepedo , . r A- r M, A 1 ,-5' , i Y -no I- ,af MW, it K L an ii Wtfiff ,kiilq A it or-is . L 352 . Q1 5' ' Q' iii' 5 9: L -K ' I Q X r'-,it 1 s L ali, lri . Q 5 , gyl, K1 . Y K K A .X .::. '--i liis ' f . t A 1 '-cs 2 , V25 W 'L Rim? , ' lil 25' iz," f 5 -A N' . 1 if 'N , , L, f L -,i, fl 9 I '.-i. ' lil o " 'la' V gf? J 345- V, g R b gs ,,L,V , V K i L 1 :Q ir W - ' S- K aff? sais? f A W f 1 Q . ' r L' 5 sit' , . A V liy L, 'V' ov AF ' il UR ' as 56 3 V I iii: if-he 'J .V 5 A l L . yt All A 'V 2 r in We . i A - A , sg L ,F Q ,,,, , V X L , I .,, A2 4, ,, 1 K, - t :n f , , ,fy ' A 5, A ,X at Q Q -.,l E' ' H 1 f 1 5 ' L L " ,E , K Q mg I ,f 'I J M HJ L ,VV , ,.V E .5 g I , r 2 gig? 5 I me JUNIOR 217 218 Domingo Alvarez William Alvarez Yolanda Amado Gus Aragon Irene Armenta Dana Armiio Janice Arnold Gene Aros Marcia Arriaga Jacob Arvizu Judy Augusta Kathy Austin Angel Ayon Glenda Bacon Maria Luisa Badilla Pai Bailey Ken Ball Steve Barlow Anne Barnes Jackie Barnes SENIOR Robert Aguilar Patsy Alday Lynn Alford Joe Aliio Arlene Allen Oscar Almazon sf' President Dan Brophy chatted with former grad College Placement, Joint Spring Prom Filled Final Year College, careers and graduation occupied the minds of most seniors this year. Many se- niors lost at least one nightas sleep Worrying about College Board examinations and being admitted to the college of their choice. Sam Goddard and Mayor James Corbett provided seniors with an insight into local and state government through senior forums. The US. Army Band proved to be a more unusual forum for most seniors. President Dan Bro- phy worked with the junior class to plan an off-campus junior-senior prom in the spring. Left: Senior officers were Business Manager Oscar Paredes, Secretary Susan Walker, and Vice President Alan Luke. After presenting the Republican speakers at a political forum, senior class candidate's comments. Working with the Senior Cabinet on forums and uate Pati Hacke about a the prom occupied much of Dan's time. Wim SENIOR 219 Carmen Barraza John Bartlett Marcia Bastin Richard Baumeister David Beatty Jamie Beavers Debbie Bede Elva Benavidez Terry Bennett Robert Beren Kathy Bergquist Arsenic Bernal Rocky Blackburn Dennis Boatner Mike Borg Patty Boyd Romania Boyd Norma Brevick John Brita David Bromberg 2 , J ind -.,,f A-.-s.,,f,,, 220 SENIOR Dan Brophy Phyllis Broussard Debbie Brown Edith Bruno Rick Bryan Gayle Budow Marie Burk Walter Burris Gloria Bushman Elias Bustamante Bradley Buxton Nick Caamano Carlos Caballero Richard Cady Maria Camacho Kathy Chilcott Diane Cirillo Debbie Click Sandy Clifton Debbie Clopton JoAnn Cluff Teresa Cole Effie Collier Duane Combs Billy Contreras JoAnn Contreras Yolanda Contreras Jamie Corbett Alex Coronado Joe Corral Mary Ccmacho Eddie Canett Jesse Canez Loretta Carano Beth Cardon Doug Carpenter Frank Carrasco Diego Carrillo Jose Carrillo Vicki Carter Louis Casaraz Lupe Casarez Ernesto Castano Gloria Castano Cecelia Castillo Jenny Castro Adeline Chacon Mike Charles Dianna Chavez Frances Chiaffino SENIOR 221 l i Elias Cota Sam Couturier Kenny Craig Linda Craig Betty Crain Kathleen Crane Paula Craney Jesse Crenshaw Candice Cronin John Crow Frank Cuen Maria Curbelo Frank Damiani David Diangelo Patsy Daniels Two preliminary meetings at Tucson High introduced General Assembly Democratic Republic of Congo, Harvey Richelson and Miriam Salonic members of the Model U.N. to their bloc advisers. Representing the listened to their bloc position on South Africa. cf f is 1, 'KM' R h W4 fx Q ,ff 1 ' X' ,Yi WSW" Margaret Darnall Lucille Davila Monte Davila Alice Davis Joan Davis Vernon Davis Mary Dawson Judy Dean Tom Dean Susie DeHart Elizabeth Delgado Pat Dersam Carl Dewey Alice Diaz Edna Diaz Julie Diaz Mike Diaz Jeff Dick Sharon Dillon Sonia Dockins Richard Dodson Joseph Dombrowski Gloria Dominguez Robert Dorson Bob Downey Stephen Downey Henry Drum Erlindo Duarte Jim Dunlap Mike Dymond Jim Eagle Pot Echeverriu Jack Ehresman Charlene Elliott Vicky Ellis SENIOR Eva Flores Hilda Flores lrene Flores Rudy Flores Pauline Ford Linda Forrester Melinda Fredley Henry Freeman Gary Fulton Teresa Gabriel Yolanda Galarza Edna Gallardo .Ice Gallardo Rick Gallardo Carmelita Gallego SENIOR Willie Ellis Carlos Encinas Irma Encinas Paula Ericson Lillian Esqueda Anna Estrella Rick Evans Jerry Evien Jim Farero Sabina Farr David Federhar Albert Felix Bill Fellner Ruben Fernandez Rachel Fierros Natalie Figueroa Julie Filip Gilbert Fimbres Lance Fischer Curtis Flannigan Varsity Football Coach Ollie Mayfield introduced his Team at The first The crowd that they had worked together for four years and would pep assembly of The year. Referring To The seniors, Mr. Mayfield told give one hundred per cenf effort at each game. I Bertha Gamez David Gandell Alexandra Garcia Charles Garcia Jose Garcia Sally Gardiner Annie Gee Connie Gee Eileen Gee Jim Gerow Lynda Gillespie Russell Gillespie David Gin Robert Godoy Benny Gomez SENIOR 225 Howard Haggard! Chris Hamblen Don Hannon Donna Hanson Sue Hanson Emma Hardman Carole Harrison Elaine Harter Tura Hatley Paul Hawkes Pat Hayes Roslyn Haynes Debbie Hays Anna Heard Maurice Hellman Carlos Hernandez George Hernandez Gilbert Hernandez Roy Hernandez Gloria Hiddle SENIOR Freddie Gonzale: Ron Gould Alice Govan Jess Gracia Gerry Gradillas Jan Grover Gary Guerrero Bob Gustafson Becky Gutierrez Jesus Gutierrez Margaret Gutierrez Mary Ann Gutierreg Sarah Gutierrez Ricardo Guzman Brad Hacker Mark Hinden Elise Hochsteln Willie Holmes Stella Holub Ruben Howard Somsak lndhara Wendy Jansen Diego Jaurigue Roy Jenkins Dianne Jepperson Richard Jessen Martha Johnston Cecilia Juarez Kathleen Kalinski Dale Karr John Kaufmann Linda Keeley Ted Keiffer Susan Kelley Holly Keppel Bruce Klewer Paula Kline Dave Kreamer Tony Laborin Diane LaBrie William Laird Stephanie Lamb Doug Larson Lynn Lauver Phyllis Layton Barbara Leal Rose Leal Robert LeBlanc Carol Lee Jeannie Lee SENIOR 227 Political posters, car stickers and candidate information covered the found Robert Beren, Pat Matthews and David Riley rearranging the board and walls of Mrs. Shirley's American Problems room. Sixth period materials so that new sxgns could be added, 228 SENIOR Patsy Lee Poncella Lee James Lemas Alva Leon Gloria Leon Robert Leon Rudy Leon Virginia Leon Doug Lewis Manny Leyvas Craig Lindsay Cathy Lloyd Danny Lopez Gloria Lopez Henry Lopez '-sl aw., 'hr'- 'Awww aw Chris Maciulla Ruben Madrigal Sherry Magee Jesus Maiolca Ray Maiuta Prinny Mallamo Elizabeth Mallams Irene Mann John Manriquez Debbie Manspeaker Frank Marin Danny Moriscal Anthony Market Margaret Marquez Bob Marsh Juana Lopez Ray Lopez Teri Lopez Erma Loya Hector Lucero Vince Luciano Maria Luevano Alan Luke Dala Lundeen Diana Lyczynski Don McCracken Jane McCullum Mindy McGhee Adeline McKenna Dan McKenrick Betty McLane Tim McLaughlin Wade McLean Danny McMahon Darrell MacDonald J ww 'QW SENIOR 229 Ron Mendez Karen Mercer Don Mertens Joe Metz Linda Michalegko Rick Middleton Carol Miller Richard Miller Joe Millstone Kathie Minder Chuco Miranda Carmen Miraza Cindy Mock Karen Moeller Velma Molera Grace Molina Beniamin Moncivaiz Dolores Monreal Irma Montano John Montana SENIOR Alice Marshall Richard Morsland Amelia Martinez Gloria Martinez Mary Jo Martinez Ruben Martinez Trinidad Martinez Susie Marum Anne Matsushino Pat Matthews Jack Mattis Jim Mead Bobby Medford Linda Melton Manny Mendez Wilh a Phoenix Union defender in hot pursuit, Tucson Guard Delano Price regained possession of The ball and dribbled down courf. Frances Montenegro Suzanne Moniiel Billy Moore Duane Moore Kathleen Moore Elda Morales Eddie Moreno Elaine Moreno Helen Moreno Jesus Moreno John Moreno Gary Morey Bobby Morris Debbie Mounce Pat Mulrow Lillian Munoz Marti Munoz Christine Navarene Pat Navareife Jim Navarro Joe Navarro Charles Nichols Henry Norriega James Nussman Miguel Obregon Richard Obregon SENIOR 231 Complete with a new charge song and a new way of counting baskets games After hearing the University of Texas at EI Paso's charge song Steve Obregon Margaret Ochoa Margaret B. Ochoa Norma Ochoa Mary Cecelia O'Hagin Rodrick Oldfafher Bob O'MaIIey Cornelio Ormsby Lupe Ortega Sammy Ortega Celso Ortiz Eddie Ortiz Mary Ortiz Oceas Ortiz Ruben Ortiz Julie Piccoli Charlene Piery Adrian Pinnavaia Kathe Pittman Monica Powell Delano Price Karol Priser Debbi Purvis Albert Quihuis Alice Quihuis Martha Quintanar Gloria Quintas Amanda Rallis Carmen Ramirez Hector Ramirez Diana Osalla Rosario Otero Barbara Otke Lucy Owen Joe Padias Patricia Paiten Oscar Paredes Rolland Pasternack Richard Pecktol Eddie Pedersoli Rochelle Peete Roselle Peete Pat Pena Sandy Pena Cecelia Perez Margaret Perez Gloria Perotti Dwight Peters Joe Petroshus Frank Peyton SENIOR 233 Cheenng for his favorite team, Tucson High School graduate Mayor James Corbett visited the Badger gym to watch the basketball game against Phoenix Union. Linda Reed Pat Reed Gregory Reever Gwen Reid Pam Reid Mary Reidy Mary Ann Reis Alice Reyes Sandy Reyes Penny Reynolds Harvey Richelson George Rico David Riesgo Pot Riesgo Rosemary Riesgo Charles Riley David Riley Harold Riley Rosario Rivas Barbara Rivera 234 SENIOR Hector Ramirez Manny Ramirez Grace Ramos Shirley Roberts Adela Robles Edilio Robles Henry Robles Jerry Robles Judy Robles Lydia Robles Manuel Robles Cecelia Rodriguez Elizabeth Rodriguez Frank Rodriguez Jeannie Rodriguez Lucy Rodriguez Maria Rodriguez Mark Rodriguez Peter Rodriguez Rudy Rodriguez Sylvia Rodriguez Bedell Romero David Romero Peter Romero Tonie Romero Vincente Romero Walter Romero Christine Romo Rudy Romo Jeff Rosenberg Frances Rossini David Rubinstein Frank Ruelos David Ruiz Molly Ruiz Virginia Ruiz Mario Soenz Ruben Saenz SENIOR 5 Carol Salazar Cecelia Salcido Gloria Saldivar Joe Salgado Miriam Salonic Sammy Samcrano Julia Sanchez Lucille Sanchez Olga Sanchez Benny Sanders Sally Santamaria Tom Saufley Brian Scanland Diana Schadl Nancy Schenck Jeff Schnepp Renee Schwartz Peggy Scott Cheryl Seaton Donna Sedlack 236 SENIOR Tekla Seidl Bruce Shaw Sandy Shearer Nancy Sherow Suzanne Shiff Martha Sicre Wallace Simmons Susan Slonaker Charlene Smith Steve Smith Susie Smith Susan Snyder Dina Soltero Josepha Soto Mike Soto Rudy Soto Sandie Soto Stan Stanich Chuck Stanton Bruce Steele Sarah Sfeinhoft Pat Sterns John Stevenson Martin Stlckley Carol Still Eloina Suarez Ken Sugarman Allen Sumerau Keith Sutferley Bob Swanson Valerie Swanson Paul Switzer Rebecca Tadeo Paul Takagi Sam Tapia SENIOR CABINET Bottom Row Valerie Swanson Anne Matsushmo Chris Top Row Marshall Wlles David Ruiz Rochelle Peete, Roselle Peete Hamblen Oscar Paredes Vince Luciano Jeannie Lee Kathleen Crane Harv Richelson Sally Gardiner Carol Stall Robert Beren, Cecilia Juarez SENIOR 237 238 Mary Underwood Albert Urias Irene Urias Anita Urrea David Valadez Roy Valdez Joe Valenti lrma Valenzuela Terry Valenzuela Ria Van de Werken John Vasile Francisco Vasquez Rachel Vasquez Walter Vassiliev Roy Verdugo Victor Vlllaunor Ray Vlllegas Ann Volz Liz Vowola Susan Walker SENIOR Sharon Tawil Allison Taylor Don Taylor Rosalia Tellez Maria Teran Doris Thomas Mona Lisa Thompson Dwight Thornton Dennis Thygesen Erma Tlneo Dora Toledo Jack Touseull Shirley Traylor Mary Alice Treat Stephen Truiillo Diane Ward Kathy Warner Tom Warren Weldon Washington Judy Wasley George Watkins Jackie Watkins Eric Watson Joan Weaver Timothy Wells Tim Wheeler Janet Wherry Jim White Joe White Marshall Wiles Denise Wilkerson Brad Wilkinson John Williams Mary Ann Williams Ruby Williams Maureen Withey Betty Wittels Billy Wong Debbie Wood Irene Woodland Robert Wortman Sandra Wright Mary Yeung Benny Young Madelyn Young Karen Zagona Alfred Zamarano Armida Zazueta Gayle Zebell Hector Zuniga SENIOR A ACOSTA, ART: Biology: Freshman Foot- ball: Junior Varsity Baseball. ADKINS, RAY: Physical Education: Var- sity Baseball. AGUILLAR, ADELBERTO: P ro g r a m s: Woodworking. ALLEN, MARGARET: Home Economics: Senior Home Economics. ALVIDREZ, GLORIA: General Business: Shorthand: Typing. ANDERSON, CURTISS: Counselor. ANDERSON, DON: American History: Freshman Football: Track. AUSTIN, WALLACE: English. BAILEY, SANDRA: Physical Education: Basketball. BARCLAY, ROBERT: Electricity: Electron- ics: General Metals: Electronics Club. BAZZETTA, GEORGE: Chemistry: College Chemistry. BEEVER, EILEEN: Chemistry: Physical Science. BENNETT, JOHN: Algebra: Trigonometry. BIRD, CECIL: Basic Math: General Math: Physical Education. BJORLIE, LAURITZ: Ensemble: Orchestra. BOROZAN, MIKE: Special Education: Drivers' Training. BRINEGAR, LORETTE: Dean of Girls: Girls' League. BROOKS, JOHN: Biology. BUEHMAN, PHILIP: Physical Science: C CAMPBELL, LARRY: Physical Education. CARMONY, PAUL: Bookkeeping, Typing. CARSWELL, DAVID: Biology. CAWLEY, DENNIS: Latin American Stud- ies: Spanish. CHANDLER, PEARLIE: English. CLARK, SUE: Health: Physical Educa- tion: Tennis Team. CLINTON, RON: American History: Wrestling: Ski Club. COOK, CHARLES: Health: Physical Ed- ucation: Junior Varsity Basketball. COOK, GENEVA: Librarian. COOPER, THOMAS: American History. CROPPER, ARDETH: World Geography. CUSTENBORDER, JEAN: World Geog- Physics. raphy. D DAVIS, DONALD: Consumer Math: Gen- eral Math. DAWSON, JOHN: Algebra: Introductory Electric Data Processing. DENNING, MERLE: Architectural Draw- ing: Mechanical Drawing: Vocational Drafting. DETLEFSEN, LENOR: Counselor. DIETRICH, DOUGLASS: Biology. DOUGLASS, BRAINARD: Counselor Spe- cial Assignment. DUNN, BARRY: American History: World History. E EAGAN, PAUL: English. EATON, MARYLOU: English, Special Ed- ucation. EDBERG, BARRY: Data Processing: Of- fice Machines: Tennis: Typing. EDGINGTON, JOY: Choir: Arts-ln-Ac- Faculty Directory EDWARDS, NONA: Physical Education: Girls Physical Education Department: GAA Track. ESPEY, ROBERTA: English: Emergency Training. F FAY, JEAN: Basic Math: General Math. FERBER, ROBERT: American Problems. FERGUSON, HARVEY: English: Quarter- ly Adviser. FOLLET, VERMONT: Biology: Chemistry. FOLTZ, LAVERNE: Special Reading. FORCE, RICHARD: American History: G GANZ, PATRICIA: GAA Volleyball: Gymnastics: Physical Education. GOLDSTEIN, HARRY: Photography: Vo- cational Photography: Badger Camera Clickers. GREER, JASON: Physical Education: Boys Physical Education Department. GRIFFIN, LORAINE: English. GRIMBLE, BEVERLY: French: Les Petits Gourmets. GROFF, ALBERT: Drama: Stagecraft: H HALL, JOHN: Biology. HALL, LARRY: Health: Physical Educa- tion: Physical Education Trainer. HAMILTON, ALEXANDER: Graphic Arts. HARRIS, GLENN: Algebra: General Math. HARTMAN, KENNETH: Graphic Arts: Printing: Vocational Printing: Benic- min Franklin Club. HARVEY, JOHN: English. HASKETT, ROBERT: English: Radio Pro- gramming: Future Teachers of Amer- ica. HATFIELD, STERLING: American History. HAYDEN, RALPH: Librarian: Ex Libris Club. HEATLEY, CAROLE: English. HEDGCOCK, ROBERT: General Metals: Mechanics: Welding. HEIMOWITZ, JACK: English. HEMPHILL, ELDON: Algebra: Geometry: Trigonometry. HENDRICKSON, DERALD: Assistant Prin- cipal: Student Activities. HENKE, LLOYD: Physical Science. HIGGINS, SARAH: Physical Education: Speed-a-way. HOEHN, RUTH: Home Economics. HOOKER, DAVID: Chinese. HOPPER, CHARLOTTE: Secretarial Prac- tice: Shorthand: Typing. HUFFAKER, MELVIN: General Metals: Physical Education: Woodworking. HUNT, GEORGE: Principal. HUTCHINSON, ROBERT: Beginning and Advanced Choir. J JAAP, JAN: Clerical Practice: Typing. JACOBS, HELEN: English. JENNINGS, STANLEY: Air Conditioning- Refrigeration: General Metals. JOHNSON, MARY: English. K KERSTITCH, DANA: Physical Education: Pirouettes: Terpsi. KING, BERTHA: Office Machines: Office Typing: Shorthand: Typing. KING, BOB: Graphic Arts: Photography: Counselor. Thespians. KLANN, HUGO: Cooperative Office Ed- ucation: Shorthand: Typing. KLEMANN, ANN: General Art: Advanc- ed Art. KLINE, R.C.: Drivers' Education: Driv- ers' Training. KOLB, JUDITH: English. KROMPASKY, HILDA: English. L LASH, RALPH: Business Law: General Math: Geometry. LEE, EDMUND: Physical Science. LIMPERIS, LEON: World Geography. LIVINGSTON, ALICE: English. LOGAN, GORDON: Counselor: Drivers' Education. Mc McALPlNE, DONALD: Physical Education. McCANDLESS, J. ALAN: Cooperative Supermarket Education: General Bus- iness: Marketing. McINTOSH, JAMES: English. M MABEN, RONALD: Beginning Auto Me- chanics. MANNING, REVA: Home Economics: Fu- ture Homemakers of America. MARISCAL, ERNEST: Spanish: Senior Class Adviser. MARKERT, EDWARD: Speech: National Forensic League. MARTIN, DON: English: Homeroom Representatives. MARTIN, HARRIETTE: Cactus Chronicle Adviser: English: Journalism. MARTIN, WALTER: General Metals: Sheet Metals. MARTIN, WILMER: Industrial Coopera- tive Education: Mechanical Drawing: Vocational Industrial Club of Ameri- ca. MATHEWS, ELDEN: Commercial Design: Design and Crafts: Sculpture. MAUGANS, WILLIAM: Basic Math: Gen- eral Math. MAYFIELD, OLIVER: Consumer Math: Geometry: Varsity Football: Track. MEIER, LEONA: English. MIRANDA, MIKE: Spanish: El Club Cer- vantes. MOCKLER, ANN: Counselor. MORALES, TONY: American Problems: Varsity Basketball. MORPHEW, GORDON: Physical Science. MOSTEIRO, ELINOR: Spanish. MUROLO, ROMANA: German. N NELSON, MARGARET: English. NICHOLSON, LARMER: English. NIEHAUS, DUANE: Algebra. NIEMI, ARTHUR: Physical Education: Swimming. NIER, LENORE: English. O ORTIZ, ROBERT: Auto Mechanics: Cross Country: Vocational Auto Mechanics: Track. P PETERSON, JACK: English. PRENTICE, DON: World Geography. PRESTON, LAMOND: Biology: Counselor. PRZYBYL, VIOLET: Bookkeeping: Clerical Office Practice. R RAE, GRACE: Librarian. RHODES, LYNN:. Algebra: Consumer RODA, TONY: Deon of Boys: Letterman Club. ROMERO, VIRGINIA: Health: Physical Education. ROW, WENDY: General Business: Typ- ing. RUSK, ROBERT: General Metals: Horti- culture: Vocational Horticulture: Fu- ture Farmers of America. RUTTER, ANDREW: English. S SABA, JEAN: Algebra: Geometry. SAGE, KATHLEEN: Advanced Art: Jew- elry: Tucsonian Adviser. SALZER, JEANNE: English. SANDIN, ROBERT: General Metals: Ma- chines: Machine Shop: Vocational Machines. SAXE, PAUL: Woodworking. SEAMONDS, LOIS: Algebra: Analytic Calculus. SEGERSTROM, ED: General Metals: Me- chanical Drawing: Stagehands. SELBY, DORIS: Food Service: Home Ec- onomics: Home Living. SHEEHAN, EDWARD: Basic Math: Gene- ral Math. SHIRLEY, DOROTHY: American Prob- lems: Senate Youth. SMITH, BLANCHE: Practical Nursing. SMITH, DIANE: Practical Nursing. SMITH, HARRY: Drivers' Education: Driv- ers' Training: Golf: Varsity Football. SMITH, FRANCES: Counselor: National Honor Society. STEELE, CHARLES: Ensemble: Music Theo- ry: Marching 100. STEGER, MARGARET: Physical Education: Volleyball Team. STEINER, JOE: American History: World History: Chess Club. STEWART, LAURIE: English: Pep Club. swEENEY, KAY: Health: Physical Edu- cation: GAA Archery. T TODD, CHARLES: Ceramics: General Art: Art Club. TRAISTER, CHARLES: Counselor. V VASQUEZ, CECILIA: Physical Education: Cheerleaders: GAA Softball: Hockey: Songleaders: Twirlers. W WAGNER, STANLEY: English: Explora- tory Teaching. WAITE, JOHN C.: Latin. WAITE, JOHN W.: Special Education. WARREN DONALD: Special Education. WARREN, MARILYN: Home Economics. WELCH, WILLIAM: General Metals: Welding. WESTERVELT, WILLIAM: Physical Educa- tion: Gymnastics. WHITE, JIM: Health: Physical Education. WHITING, MARION: Chemistry: Bi- chem-phy. WILSON, LAWRENCE: Algebra: Geome- try. WINGATE, EDITH: American History. WONG, TINY MAE: Algebra: Basic Math: Consumer Math. WUERSCHMIDT, ELAINE: English. Z ZEIDMAN, DONALD: Cooperative Mer- chandising: General Business: Mar- tion. PIIYSICUI Educallon- Math: General Math: Traditions Com- k f . D' 1 'b 1' Ed t' Cl b Epwnpg, KAY, English, KINSEY, JAMES: woodworking. mmee 5p,,,,5,,,, of LQ:1mccf" U 'Ve Um 'on U Congregating in the south-west corner below the bleachers, facult members Bad ers rose to their feet cheerin the football team onto the field. Mr. May Y 9 9 joined the student bod at a pe assembl in the stadium. The watched as field resented each la er to the crowd. Y P Y Y P P Y ..,.... .gs f gg 240 A ALMAZAN, OSCAR: Football l,2,3, Wrestling i,2, Cronicle Photographer 2,3,4, Lettermen 3,4. ALVAREZ, DOMINGO: Track 1, Golf 4, Cross Country I, Red Cross 3, Home- room Representative 2. ARAGON, GUS JR.: Gymnastics i,2,3,4, Lettermen's Club 3,4. ARMENTA, IRENE: GAA I,2, Songlead- er 3, Balladeers 2,3,4, Choraleers 'l, Pirouettes 1, Red Cross 2,3, Sopho- more Councilman, Student Council 2, Inter-Club Council 2. AROS, GENE: Rifle 3, FTA 2,3, Bad- ger Bar 'I,2,3, DECA 4. AUSTIN, KATHY: Balladeers I,2,3, Choraleers 3. B BACON, GLENDA: Volleyball 2, Basket- ball 2. BAILEY, PAT: Football 2,3,4, Track 2, Wrestling 2,3, Lettermen's Club 3,4. BARNES, JACQUE: GAA I, Songleader 4, Red Cross 2, Homeroom Represen- tative T, Junior Cabinet, Tucsonian Queen Attendant. BASTIN, MARCIA: Tennis 'l, Terpsichor- os 3,4, Piouettes I,2, Thespians 2,3. 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Red Cross Council i,2,3,4, FTA I. BAUMEISTER, RICHARD: Swimming I,2, 3, DECA 4. BEATTY, DAVID: Band i,2,3,4, Honor Band 2,3,4, All City Band 3,4, Or- chestra 2,3,4, All City Orchestra 3, 4, Lyres Club 4, Secretary 4, Nation- al Honor Society 3,4, German Stu- dents' State Champion 3, Junior Guard, Model UN. BENAVIDEZ, ELVA: Red Cross 3, FHA 3. BENNETT, TERRY: Tennis i,2,3,4, Red Cross Representative 3, Homeroom Representative 2,4, Advisory Board 4, Ski Club 2,4, President 4, Lettermen's Club 3,4, Inter-Club Council 4. BEREN, ROBERT: Wrestling 'I,2,3, Band 'i,2,3,4, Honor Band 2, Lyres Club 4, Lettermen's Club 3,4, National Honor Society 3,4, Junior Guard, Ju- nior Cabinet, Senior Cabinet, Chess Club 4, FTA 4. BOYD, PATTY: AquaMaids 2, Red Cross Representative 2, Girls' League i,2. BREVICK, NORMA: Tennis I, National Honor Society 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Red Cross Council 3,4, Correspond- ing Secretary 4, Pinnacle 3, Junior Cabinet, Homeroom Representative 3, Freshmen Councilman. BROMBERG, DAVID: Gymnastics i,3, Band i,2,3,4, Speech 2, Homeroom Representative 2. BROPHY, DAN: Swimming i,2,3,4, Speech 2,3,4, National Forensic League 2,3,4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Pinnacle I,2,3, Red Cross Repre- sentative I, Boys' State 3, Homeroom Representative 2, Junior Class Presi- dent, Senior Class President, Student Council 3,4, Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. BRUNO, EDITH: Chronicle 4, Editorial Board 4, Terpsichoros 4. BUDOW, GAYLE: Terpsichoros 4, Quar- terly Salesman I, Homeroom Repre- sentative I,2,3, Ski Club I,2, FTA I,2, BURRIS, WALTER: Football 4, Baseball 3,4, Balladeers I,2,3, Choraleers I,2, 3, Red Cross 4, Homeroom Represen- tative 2. BUSTAMANTE, ELIAS: Football 'l, Track i,2,3,4, Cross Country 2,3,4, National Honor Society 3,4, President 4, Pin- nacle 'l,2,3, Boy's State 3, Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. C CAMACHO, MARIA: Advisory Board 4. CANETT, EDWARD: VICA I. CARANO, LORETTA: Junior Guard, Girl's League 'l, DECA 4. CARDON, BETH: Terpsichoros 4, Home- room Representative 4, Red Cross Representative 2,3. CARTER, VICKI: Girls' League 'I,2, Spanish Club 3,4, Judo Club 4. CASTILLO, CECILIA: GAA i,2,3,4, Song- leader 4, Orchestra I,2,3, Red Cross I,2, Homeroom Representative I, Ten- nis 'l,2. CIRILLO, DIANE: Cheerleader i,2,3,4, Homeroom Representative I,2,3, Fresh- man Councilmen, Senior Councilmen. CLOPTON, DEBBIE: Chronicle 3,4, Edi- torial Board 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Terpsichoros 3,4, Homeroom Repre- sentative I, French Club I. Senior COLE, TERESA: National Honor Society 4, Pinnacle I,2, Junior Cabinet, Homeroom Representative 4. COLLIER, EFFIE: Volleyball I, Red Cross I. COMBS, DUANE: Red Cross 3, President 3, Junior Guard, Junior Cabinet, Ju- nior Justice, Chief Justice 4. CONTRERAS, BILL: Track i,2,3,4, Cross Country 3,4, Red Cross I, Lettermen's Club i,2,3,4, Junior Councilman. CONTRERAS, YOLANDA: Chronicle 3,4, Editorial Board 3, Managing Editor 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Pin- nacle I,2,3, Homeroom Representative I,4, Advisory Board 3, Junior Guard, Spanish Club 2, FTA 4, Model UN, Girls' League 3, Arizona Daily Star Correspondent 4. CORONADO, ALEX: Track 2,3, Stage- hand 2,3,4, Red Cross Representative 3,4, Judo Club 3,4, Junior Cabinet, Senior Cabinet. CRAIG, KENNETH: Football i,2,3,4, Track 'I,2, Red Cross l,3, Lettermen's Club 4. CRAIG, LINDA: Golf I,2, Terpsichoros 4, Girl's League i, French Club 2,3. CRAIN, BETTY: Red Cross 'l,2, Home- room Representative I,4. CRANE, KATHLEEN: Tucsonian 3,4, Business Manager 3,4, Terpsichoros 4, Speech 2,3,4, National Forensic League 2,3,4, Vice-President 4, Ju- nior Cabinet, Senior Cabinet. cRENsHAw, Jessi: vicA 4, President 4. CRONIN, CANDY: DECA 4. CROW, JOHN: Track I, Cross Country I,2, Lettermen's Club i,2,3,4, D DAMIANI, FRANK: Balladeers I,2, Thespians 2,3,4, Historian 3, Vice- President 4. DANIELS, PATSY: Quarterly Salesman 4. DARNALL, MARGARET: Balladeers 3,4, Choraleers I,2, FHA 4, Treasurer 2, President 3. DAVIS, VERNON: Football i,2,3,4, Bas- ketball i,2,4, Baseball i,2,3,4, Track I,2,4, Choraleers I,2,3, Red Cross I, Homeroom Representative 2,3, Let- termen's Club 2,3,4, DECA 4. DEAN, TOM: Football i,2,3,4, Track I,2, 3,4, Lettermen's Club 3,4. DERSAM, PATRICIA: Orchestra 2,3, Homeroom Representative 3, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Pep Club 3,4. DIAZ, JULIE: Pep Club 2,3. DICK, JEFF: Football i,2,3,4, Track I,2, Advanced Chorus 4, Quarterly Sales- man 2, Orchestra I,2,3,4, Red Cross 2,3,4, Homeroom Representative I,2,3, Lettermen's Club 3,4, Sophomore Councilman, Junior Cabinet, Senior Cabinet. DODSON, RICHARD: Football i,2,3,4, Track i,2,3,4, Wrestling i,2,3,4, Terp- sichoros 3,4, Homeroom Representa- tive 4, Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, Vice- President 4. DORSON, BOB: Swimming i,2,3,4, Quarterly 3,4, Editorial Board 3, As- sistant Editor 4, Speech i,2,3,4, Na- tional Forensic League 1,2,3,4, Red Cross i,2,3,4, Inter-club Council 3, Sophomore Class President, Junior Councilman, Senior Councilman, Let- termen's Club 2,3,4. DOWNEY, STEPHEN: Quarterly 3. E ERICSON, PAULA: GAA 1, Tennis I, French Club I, FTA I. EVANS, RICHARD: Swimming i,2,3,4, Mike Boy 4, Homeroom Representa- tive 4, Junior Cabinet, Senior Cabi- net, Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. F FARR, SABINA: Quarterly 2, Salesman 3, National Honor Society 3,4, Pin- nacle 2,3,4, Junior Guard, Model UN, Girls' State Alternate 3, Bi-Chem-Phy i,2,3,4, Secretary 4, Chess Club 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. FEDERHAR, DAVID: Tennis I, National Honor Society 3,4, Pinnacle 3, Red Cross i,2,3,4, Senior Cabinet, Bi- Chem-Phy i,2,3,4, President 4, Chess Club i,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, Latin Club I,2,3, President 2, Bausch and Lomb winner. FELLNER, BILL: Swimming i,2,3,4, Chor- aleers I,2, Pinnacle 3, Red Cross 3, Activities "Tiptoe-ing through the tulips" became a small but humorous part' of the drama assembly as Frank Damiani portrayed television star Tiny Tim. Homeroom Representative 3, Junior Guard, Bi-Chem-Phy 3, Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. FIGUEROA, NATALIA: Balladeers 2,3, Choraleers l, Ex Libris I. FIMBRES, GILBERT: Football 2,3,4, Track I,2, Cross Country l, Lettermen's Club 3,4. FLORES, IRENE: GAA I, Terpsichoros 3, 4, Red Cross 4, Homeroom Represen- tative 3,4, VICA 4, Secretary 4, Girls' League I,2,3, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Trea- surer 3,4. FLORES, RUDY: Wrestling 2,3,4. FORRESTER, LINDA: Tennis I, Balladeers I, Choraleers 2, Band I,2, Speech 4, Red Cross 2,4, French Club i,2,3,4, Model UN. FULTON, GARY: Basketball 2, Quarter- ly Salesman 4, Junior Cabinet 3. G GALARZA, YOLANDA: Twirler 2,3, FTA 2 GALLARDO, EDNA: Thespians 2,3,4, Red Cross Representative 4, Advisory Board 4, Pep Club 3, FTA 4, Girl's League 3,4. GALLARDO, RICK: Football I, Gymnas- tics 2, Red Cross 2, Homeroom Rep- resentative i,3, Badger Camera Clickers 3,4, President 4. GARCIA, CHARLES:. Football i,2,3,4, Track 'I,2, Wrestling l,2,3, Lettermen's Club 3,4. GARDINER, SALLY: Quarterly 4, Editor- ial Board 4, Terpsichoros 3,4, Red Cross I,2,3,4, Representative 3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Girls' League I,2,3, Homeroom Representative 3, FTA 3, Junior Cabinet, Senior Cab- inet, French Club 'l.2,3,4: Vice-Presi- dent 2, President 3,4, Art Club I, Pep Club 2, Model UN 4. GEE, ANNIE: Orchestra i,2,3,4, Trea- surer 3, Red Cross Representative 4, Junior Guard, lnternational Club 3, Art Club 4. GEE, CONNIE: Orchestra i,2,3,4, Pin- nacle 3, Junior Guard, International Club 3. GEROW, JAMES: Choraleers 2,4, GIN, DAVID: Football I, Gymnastics 2, 3,4, Lettermen's Club 3. GOULD, RON: Football 'l, Baseball I. GRADILLAS, GERALDINE: Thespians 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Model UN, Girls' League I,2. GROVER, JAN: Advisory Board 4, Ju- do Club 4. Gusmzeko, GARY: Football 2,3,4, Wrestling 4. GUSTAFSON, ROBERT JR.: Rifle I, Tucsonian Photographer 4, Badger Camera Clickers 4. GUTIERREZ, BECKY: Quarterly 4, Photographer, Pep Club 2,3,4, Presi- dent 3,4, international Club 2,3, Girl's League 2, Badger Camera Clickers 4, Inter-club Council 2,3,4. GUTIERREZ, JESUS JR.: Baseball I,2,3,4, Lettermen's Club 3,4, FTA 3. H HAMBLEN, CHRIS: Cheerleader 4, Terp- sichoros 3,4, Treasurer 4, Senior Cab- inet, Homeroom Representative 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2. HARTER, ELAINE: FTA 4. HATLEY, TURA: Quarterly 4, Editorial Board 4, Band 3,4, Lyres Club 4, Junior Guard. HAYES, PATRICIA: FTA 4. HAYES, DEBBI: Gymnastics 2, Quarter- ly Salesman I,2, Speech I,2, Red Cross I,4, Homeroom Representative 'l, Sophomore Justice, Model UN, DECA 3,4, Girls' League i,2,3,4, Tri- Hi-Y 2,3. I-IELLMAN, MAURICE: Band i,2,3,4, Or- chestra 2,3,4, Swing Band 4, Lyres Club 4. HERNANDEZ, GEORGE JR.: Band i,2,3,4, Lyres Club 4, Honor Band 3, Quar- terly Salesman 3, Junior Guard, Art Club 4. 241 HINDEN, MARK: Swimming 15 Band 1,2,3,45 Lyres Club 4. HOCHSTEIN, ELISE: Speech 3,45 Red Cross Representative 35 Homeroom Representative 45 Spanish Club 2. HOLUB, STELLA: Songleader 3,45 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Council 3,45 Spanish Club 25 Ski Club 45 Tucsonian Queen Semi-Finalist. J JENKINS, ROY: Tennis 25 Swimming 1, 35 Tucsonian Photographer 45 Bad- ger Camera Clickers 45 Pep Club 25 Spanish Club 2,35 Ski Club 3,45 Hu- man Relations 4. JEPPERSON, DIANNE: Junior Guard5 Judo Club 45 Advisory Board 4. JOHNSTON, MARTHA: Band 2,3,45 Lyres Club 45 Thespians 1,25 FHA 1. JUAREZ, CECILIA: GAA 45 Judo Club 45 Terpsichoros 45 Red Cross 35 Ad- visory Board 45 Homeroom Represen- tative 25 Spanish Club 2. K KALINSKI, KATHLEEN: GAA 1,25 Gym- nastics 1,25 Aquamaids 2,35 Speech 3,45 Red Cross 1,2,3,45 Representative 15 Council 2,3,45 Secretary 35 Inter- club Council 35 Girls' League 1,25 Junior Cabinet5 Advisory Board 45 Ski Club 1,25 Rifle Club 3. KARR, DALE: Rifle Club 15 Balladeers 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Representative 2. KAUFMANN, JOHN: Tennis 1,2,3,45 Speech 2,3,45 National Forensic League 3,45 President 4. KEIFFER, TED: Tennis 15 Homeroon' Representative 1,35 Chess Club 1, Badger Camera Clickers 25 Bi-Chem- Phy 25 Stagehands 25 VICA 4. KEELEY, LINDA: GAA I,2,35 Girl's League 1,2,3,45 Vice-President 45 Pep Club I,2,35 DECA 3,45 Spanish Club 2. KEPPEL, HOLLY: Quarterly Salesman 45 Band 1,25 Orchestra 1,25 Terpsichoros 45 Red Cross 4. KLEWER, BRUCE: Basketball 2,3,45 Let- termen's Club 3,4. KLINE, PAULA: Terpsichoros 35 Thes- pians 2,3,45 Secretary 3,45 Cervantes Club 2,35 FTA 2. KREAMER, DAVID: Football 35 Bi-Chem- Phy 45 Lettermen's Club 3,4. L LAIRD, BILL: Football 1,2,3,45 Swim- ming 1,2,3,45 Red Cross 35 Homeroom Representative 3,45 Rifle Club 2,3. LARSON, DOUGLAS: Cross Country 1,25 Pinnacle 25 Junior Guard5 FFA 45 VICA 4. LAUVER, LYNN: Quarterly Salesman 45 Terpsichoros 45 Ski Club 3,45 Girls' League 1,2,3,4. LEAL, BARBARA: Quarterly Salesman 2: Red Cross 45 Girls' League 1,2,45 Ad- visory Board 25 Spanish Club 45 ln- ternational Club 1. LEE, JEANNIE: GAA I,2,35 Volleyball 1,35 Badminton 25 National Honor So- ciety 3,45 Pinnacle 2,35 Junior Guard5 Senior Justice5 Junior Cabinet5 Se- nior Cabinet5 Spanish Club 25 Judo Club 4. LEE, PATSY: GAA 1,25 Volleyball 2,3,45 Freshman Councilman5 Sophomore Councilman5 Junior Councilman5 Se- nior Councilman. LEMAS, JAMES: Ski Club 4. LEON, ALBA: Red Cross 2,4. LEON, VIRGINIA: GAA 1,2,3,45 Vice President 35 President 45 Red Cross 15 Tennis 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 3,45 Basketball 1,2,4. LOPEZ, JUANA: Art Club 3,45 Treasurer 4. . LUCIANO, VINCE: Wrestling 3,45 Chor- aleers 3,45 Red Cross 15 Homeroom Representative 1,25 Senior Cabinet5 Lettermen's Club 3,4. LUKE, ALAN: Football 1,2,3,45 Track 1,25 Wrestling 35 National Honor Society 45 Boys' State 35 Homeroom Repre- sentative 15 Senior Class Vice Presi- dent5 Lettermen's Club 3,45 President 4. LUNDEEN, DALA: Red Cross 35 Home- room Representative 4. LYCZNSKI, DIANA: Tennis 15 Chronicle 45 Editorial Staff 45 Choraleers 1,45 Red Cross Council 3,45 Homeroom Representative 1,25 French Club 2,3, 45 Vice President 45 Girls' League 1, 2,35 Junior Guard. Mc McCULUM, BEATRICE: Balladeers 2,3,45 FTA 3,45 President 45 French Club 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Girls' League 2,3,4. McGHEE, MINDY: Band 1,2,3,45 Lyres Club 4. McKENRICK, DAN: Basketball 25 Base- ball 25 Tucsonian Photographer 2,3, 45 Photography Editor 45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Treasurer 35 Stagehand 1,2,3,45 Rifle Club 15 Ski Club 3,4. McLANE, BETTY: Quarterly 3,45 Editorial Board 35 Co-Editor 45 Thespians 45 Pinnacle 35 Homeroom Representative 35 FTA 1,25 French Club 1,2. McLEAN, WILLIAM: Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 25 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Boys' State Alternate 3. M MAGEE, SHERRY: GAA 25 Aquamaids 3. MAJUTA, RAYMOND: Baseball 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 1,25 Red Cross 25 Home- room Representative 25 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Freshman Councilman. MALLAMO, MARGARET: Tennis 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Pinnacle 25 Girls' State 35 Homeroom Repre- sentative 35 Senior Cabinet. MALLAMS, ELIZABETH: Balladeers 3,45 French Club 1,2,3,45 FTA 2,3,45 Girls' League 3,4. MANN, IRENE: Tucsonian 3,45 Assistant Activities Editor 35 Editor-in-Chief 45 Choraleers 35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Na- tional Honor Society 3,45 Pinnacle 2, 35 Junior Guard5 Ex Libris 15 Spanish Club 3,45 Girls' League 15 Model UN. MANSPEAKER, DEBBIE: Quarterly Sales- man 25 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Council 2,35 Homeroom Representative 25 Art Club 4. MARIN, FRANK: Band 1,2,3,45 Lyres Club 45 Homeroom Representative 4. MARQUEZ, MARGARET: Thespians 2,3,45 Aquamaids 2,35 Vice President 35 Red Cross 1. MARTINEZ, ARMELIA: Orchestra 1,2. MARTINEZ, MARY JO: Homeroom Rep- resentative 1,2,3,45 Ski Club 45 Girls' League 2,3,4. MATTHEWS, PAT: Choraleers 1,2,3,45 Quarterly Salesman 1,45 Red Cross 1,45 Girls' League 3,4. MATSUSHINO, ANNE: National Honor Society 3,45 Pinnacle 2,3,45 Junior Cabinet5 Senior Sabinet5 Girls' State 35 Junior Guard5 Spanish Club I5 ln- ternational Club 35 Latin Club 2,3. MELTON, LINDA: Terpsichoros 3,45 Homeroom Representative 2,35 Junior Cabinet. MENDEZ, MANNY: Wrestling 1,2. MERCER, KAREN: Band 3,45 Swing Band 45 Lyres Club 45 FTA 2,3,45 Vice President 45 Girls' League 3. MICHALEGKO, LINDA: Tennis I5 Terpsi- choros 25 Pirouettes 45 Homeroom Representative 1. MILLER, RICHARD: Tucsonian 3,45 As- sistant Sports Editor 35 Sports Editor 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Pin- Tucsonian Queen Semi-Finalists showed their tension back assembly. Escorted by Alan Luke and Bob Morris, the stage before their presentation in the Tucsonian sales ten girls wore semi-formal dresses, heels and gloves. 242 nacle 2,35 Junior Guard5 Homeroom Representative 4. MILLSTONE, JOSEPH: Swimming 2,3,4: Rifle Club 1,25 Balladeers 1,25 Chor- aleers 1,25 Red Cross 1,2,3,45 Bi- Chem-Phy I,2,35 Latin Club 25 Letter- men's Club 4. MIRAZO, CARMEN: Red Cross 35 Home- room Representative 2. MOLINA, GRACE: Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Art Club 3,4. MONTANO, IRMA: Quarterly Salesman 3,45 Red Cross Representative 4. MONTANO, JOHN: Gymnastics 1,25 Ri- fle Club 15 Quarterly Photographer 35 Chronicle Photographer 3,45 Tucson- ian Photographer 35 Badger Camera Clickers 2,3,45 Bi-Chem-Phy 25 Home- room Representative 1,2,3. MONTENEGRO, FRANCES: Gymnastics 1,2,3,45 Balladeers 2,3,45 Choraleers 2,3,45 Quarterly Salesman 2,35 Ski Club 1,45 GAA 1,25 Girls' League 1, 25 Bi-Chem-Phy 3. MONTEIL, SUZANNE: Red Cross 4. MOORE, DUANE: Rifle Club 1,35 Tuc- sonian Photographer 3,45 Assistant Photographer Editor5 Band 1,25 Or- chestra 25 Bi-Chem-Phy 1,25 Badger Camera Clickers 1,2,3,4. MOORE, KATHLEEN: National Honor Society 2,45 Junior Guard5 Model UN. MOUNCE, DEBBIE: Quarterly Art Staff 2,3,45 Thespians 15 Junior Guard5 Aquamaids 25 Art Club 35 VICA 4. MINDER, KATHIE: Gymnastics 1,2,3,45 Junior Guard5 Advisory Board 45 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 Secretary 45 Ski Club 45 Treasurer 4. N NAVARRETTE, PATTI: Red Cross 15 Homeroom Representative 24. i NAvAmzo, um: Rifle Club 1,25 Swim- ming 1,2,3,45 Quarterly Printing Staff 2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Ski Club 45 Ben Frank- lin Club 3,4. NAVARRO, JOE: Gymnastics 1. O OBREGON, RICHARD: Football I,2,35 Baseball 15 Track I,2,35 Band 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Honor Band 2,3,45 Swing Band 2,3,45 Lyres Club 45 Ensemble 25 International Club 15 ln- ter-Club Council 45 Lettermen's Club 3,4. OLDFATHER, RODRICK: Art Club 25 President 2. O'MALLEY, BOB: Pinnacle 25 Junior Cabinet5 Junior Guard. ORMSBY, CORNELIO: Football 2,4. OSOLLO, DIANA: VICA 4. OTERO, ROSARIO: Golf 1,25 Orchestra I,2,35 Advisory Board 45 Red Cross Council 3,45 Girls' League 1,2. OTKE, BARBARA: Homeroom Represen- tative 35 Girls' League 25 Model UN5 DECA 4. OWEN, LUCY: GAA 2,3. P PADIAS, JOE: Gymnastics 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Pinnacle 2. PAREDES, OSCAR: Track 1,2,3,45 Wrest- ling 2,3,45 Red Cross 2,35 Homeroom Representative 2,35 Anytown 35 Boy of the Month 35 Freshmen Council- man5 Sophomore Vice-President5 Se- nior Business Manager5 Junior Cab- inet5 Senior Cabinet5 Art Club 15 Ski Club 45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Hu- man Relations 3,4. PASTERNACK, ROLAND: Band 1,2,3,45 Vice-President 45 Orchestra 1,25 Swing Band 3,45 Lyres Club 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3,45 Pinnacle 1, 25 Rifle Club 1,2. PEDERSOLI, EDDIE: Football 1,25 Track 15 FTA 4. PEROTTI, GLORIA: Spanish Club I,2,35 FTA I,2,35 Vice-President 3. PEYTON, FRANK: Band 2,3,45 Lyres Club 4. PICCOLI, JULIE: Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Tucsonian 45 Activities Editor 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3,45 Pinnacle 1, 25 Red Cross 1,25 Junior Guard5 Girls' State 35 Homeroom Representative 1, 25 Junior Councilman5 Senior Coun- cilman5 French Club 1,25 Tucsonian Queen. PIERY, CHARLENE: Balladeers 35 Choral- eers 15 Red Cross Representative 2. PINNAVAIA, ADRIAN: Terpsichoros 45 Red Cross 1,45 French Club 1. POWELL, MONICA: VICA 47 Treasurer 4. PRICE, DELANO: Basketball I,2,3,47 Homeroom Representative 2,37 Letter- men's Club 1,2,3,4. PURVIS, DEBBI: Cheerleader 1,2,3,47 National Forensic League 17 Red Cross 47 Homeroom Representative 17 Student Council 2,37 Student Body Recording Secretary 47 Ski Club l,2, 3,47 Vice-President 47 Model UNI Tuc- sonian Queen Attendant. QUINTANAR, MARTHA: Choraleers 47 Ex Libris 17 FHA 1. QUINTAS, GLORIA: Terpsichoros 3,47 Red Cross 37 Girls' League Council 37 Homeroom Representative 3,47 Span- ish Club 27 Junior Cabinet. R RALLIS, AMANDA: Red Cross 1,27 Home- room Representative 3,47 DECA 4. RAMIREZ, CARMEN: Homeroom Repre- sentative 47 Spanish Club 37 Pep Club 3. RAMIREZ, HECTOR: Quarterly 37 Produc- tion Staff 37 Junior Guard7 Home- room Representative 1,27 Ben Frank- lin Club 3, RAMIREZ, MANNY: Basketball 1,2,3,47 Band 1,2,3,47 Homeroom Representa- tive 37 Freshmen Class President. RAMOS, GRACE: Art Club. REIDY, MARY: Quarterly 3,47 Editorial Board 37 Co-Editor 47 National Honor Society 3,47 Pinnacle 2,3,47 Red Cross 2,3,47 Girls' League 2. REYES, ALICE: Art Club 3,4. REYES, SANDRA: GAA 17 Quarterly Salesman 27 Band 1,2,37 Red Cross 17 Homeroom Representative 27 Ad- visory Board 47 French Club I,2,3,47 Secretary 3. RICHELSON, HARVEY: Quarterly Sales- man 47 Red Cross 47 Junior Guard7 Senior Cabinet7 Model UN7 Chess Club I,2,3,47 President 3,47 Bi-Chem- Phy 3,47 Vice-President 47 FTA 47 Spanish Club 27 Human Relations 4. RICO, GEORGE: Golf 1,2,3. RILEY, DAVID: Swimming 1,2,37 Band I,2,3,47 Lyres Club 47 Bi-Chem-Phy 3,47 Chess Club 2,47 Lettermen's Club 3,47 Junior Guard. ROBERTS, SHIRLEY: GAA 1,2,3,47 Vol- leyball 17 Girls' League 1. RODRIGUIZ, ELIZABETH: Homeroom Rep- resentative 2. ROMO, CHRIS: Chronicle Photographer 47 Badger Camera Clickers 4. ROMERO, DAVID: Track I,2,3,47 Cross Country 1,2,3,4. ROMERO, WALTER: Quarterly Art Staff 47 Red Cross Alternate 47 Proiection- ist Club 2. RUIZ, DAVID: Rifle Club 17 Band 1,2,3, 47 Orchestra I,2,3,47 Swing Band 2, 3,47 Lyres Club 47 All-City Bancl 3,47 All-State Band 3,47 All-City Orchestra 3,47 National Honor Society 3,47 Pin- nacle 37 Junior and Senior Cabinets7 Band President 4. S SALAZAR, CAROL: Band 3,47 Lyres Club 47 FTA Parliamentarian 47 Girls' League Publicity Committee 4. SALGADO, JOE: Football 17 Baseball 1, 2,47 Red Cross 27 Homeroom Repre- sentative 3,4. SALONIC, MIRIAM: Sports Reporter- Arizona Republic 47 Tucsonian 3,47 Assistant Classes Editor 37 Classes Editor 47 Speech Squad 37 National Forensic League 47 Junior Guard 37 Model U.N. 3,47 Court Recorder 47 French Club 17 Bi-Chem-Phy 1,27 FHA Vice-President 1,27 Pep Club 2. SANCHEZ, OLGA: Ex Libris Club 1. SANDERS, BENNY: Football 1,2,3,47 Bas- ketball 1,2,37 Track 1,2,37 Choraleers 1,2. SAUFLEY, TOM: Track 1,2,37 Cross Coun- try 1,27 Lettermens Club 1. SCHWARTZ, RENEE: Choir 17 Band 1,27 Red Cross Representative 47 Aqua- maids 27 Girls' League 2. SCOTT, PEGGY: Band 1,2,3,4, Business Manager 47 Orchestra 1,2,47 Lyres Club 47 Speech 1,27 National Foren- sic League 27 National Honor Socie- ty 3,47 Pinnacle 3,47 Constitution Re- vision Committee 27 Junior Guard 37 Cervantes Club 1. SEATON, CHERYL: Honor Service Society 1,27 Girls' League Social Hour Cam- mittee 47 Ex Libris Club 1. SEIDL, TEKLA: Quarterly Editorial Board 3, Literary Editor 47 Terpsichoros 47 Senior Class Advisory Board7 Ski Club 1,47 Girls' League 2,4. SHEARER, SANDRA ANN: Tennis Team 17 Red Cross Representative 37 Homeroom Representative 4. SHERAW, NANCY: Pep Club Secretary 37 COE 4. SHIFF, SUZANNE: Golf 17 Chronicle Ad- vertising Manager 3,47 Young Citizen Reporter 2,3,47 Quarterly Art Staff 3,47 Red Cross 2,3,47 Junior Cabinet7 Homeroom Representative 2,47 Red Cross Council 2,37 international Club 17 Girls' League 1,2. SIMMONS, WALLACE: Basketball l,2,3, 47 Track 1,2,3,47 Lettermen's Club 3,4. SLONAKER, SUSAN: Band 1,2,3,4, Lyres Club 47 Red Cross Representative 47 Future Homemakers 1,27 Aqua Maids 2, Archery 2. SMITH, CHARLENE: GAA 1,27 Ex Libris Club 1,2. SMITH, SUSIE: Golf Club 1,27 Tucsonian 3,47 Assistant Curriculum Editor 37 Curriculum Editor 47 Pinnacle 47 Ju- nior Guard 37 Girls' League 1,27 Span- ish Club 2,3, Treasurer 47 Judo Club 4. SOLTERO, DINA: GAA 2,37 National Honor Society 3,47 Pinnacle 2,47 Ju- nior Guard 3, Girls' League Council 1,2,3,47 Homeroom Representative 4. SOTO,3MICHAEL: Basketball 17 Gymnas- tics . SOTO, RUDY: VICA 4. SOTO, SANDRA: Tennis Team 17 Chron- icle Editorial Staff 37 News Editor 47 Girls' League Council 47 Homeroom Representative 47 Cervantes Club 17 Pep Club 2,37 Girls' League 2,3,4. STANICH, STANLEY: Swimming 1,2,3,47 Quarterly Linotype Operator 2,37 Ben Franklin Club 3,47 l.ettermen's Club 4. STEELE, BRUCE: Band 1,2,3,4, Drum mo- ior 47 Orchestra I,2,3,47 Swing Band 47 Lyres Club 47 Tiiuana Tech7 Chess Club 3. STILL, CAROL: Chronicle Exchange and Distribution Manager 47 Terpsichoros 3,4, Secretary 47 National Honor So- ciety 3,47 Pinnacle 2,3,47 Junior Guard7 Senior Cabinet7 French Club 1. SUTTERLEY, KEITH: Tennis I,2,3,47 Art Club 27 Ski Club 47 Lettermen's Club 2,3,47 DECA 4. SWANSON, VALERIE: Thespians 47 Terp- sichoros 47 Homeroom Representative 47 Senior Cabinet7 Judo Club 47 Tuc- son Junior Youth Board 2,3,4. T TADEO, BECKY: Red Cross 1,3. TAPIA, SAM: Wrestling 4. TAWIL, SHARON: Thespians. TAYLOR, ALISON:. Terpsichoros 47 Homeroom Representative 47 Pinnacle 27 Red Cross 47 Girls' League 17 French 2,37 Spanish Club 1. TAYLOR, DON: Bal ladeers 1,2,3,47 Speech Squad 3. THOMAS, nouns: Balladeers 2,3,47 Red Cross Alternate 37 Homeroom repre- sentative 1,2,3. THOMPSON, MONA LISA: GAA 1,27 Choraleers 17 Red Cross 47 Homeroom Representative 1,27 Girls' League 1,2. THORTON, DWIGHT: Football 1,2,3,47 Track I,2,3,47 Wrestling 1,27 Band 1, 5,3247 Lyres Club 17 Lettermen's Club 1 ,4- THYGESEN, DENNIS: Football 1,2,3,47 Baseball 17 Quarterly Production Staff 3,47 Lettermen's Club 3,4. TOLEDO, DORA: VICA 4. TOUSEULL, JACK: Red Cross 17 Chess Club 17 Bi-Chem-Phy 17 Electronics Club 1,27 Stagehand 1,2,3,4. TRAYLOR, SHIRLEY: Quarterly Salesman 1,2,47 Thespians 47 Red Cross 1,27 Homeroom Representative 1,2,37 Girls' League 1,27 Junior Cabinet. TREAT, MARY ALICE: Quarterly Sales- man 17 Balladeers 2,37 National For- ensic League 47 Spanish Club 3,4. TURNER, HELEN: Volleyball 27 Basket- ball 37 Red Cross 1. U UNDERWOOD, JULIE: GAA 1,27 Girls' Choir 2,37 Red Cross 2,3. V VALENTI, JOE: Homeroom Representa- tive 47 Junior Guard. Before the Tucson-Douglas football game, Photographer Johnny Montano ex amined his camera equipment to be sure it would function correctly. Students hurried through the wet streets to arrive at class on time. Although the seventh street river no longer flower, VAN DE WERKEN, MARIA: Gymnastics 3,45 Pep Club 35 Girls' League 3,45 Model UN. VASILE, JOHN: Basketball 15 Tennis I, 2,3,45 Quarterly 3,45 Sport Editor 35 Literary Board 45 Junior Guard5 Homeroom Representative 2,35 Chess Club 1,25 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Investment Club 25 Bi-Chem-Phy 3,4. VASQUEZ, FRANCISCO: Electronics Club 35 ICE 4. W WALKER, SUSAN: Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Tucsonian 3,45 Student Life Co-Editor 35 Opening Editor 45 National Hon- or Society 3,45 Pinnacle 3,45 Red Cross 15 Sophomore Councilman5 Ju- nior Councilman5 Senior Class Secre- tary5 Girls' State 35 Tucsonian Queen Semi-Finalist. 244 rain water still formed puddles in all WARREN, ORRIE: Football 1,2,35 Track 1,25 Lettermen's Club 1,2,3,4. WASLEY, JUDY: Ski -Club I,3,45 Girls' League 1,2,3,45 French Club 1. WEAVER, JOAN: Tucsonian 3,45 Student Life Co-Editor 35 Student Life Editor 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Pin- nacle 3,45 Junior Guard5 Constitution Revision Committee 25 Spanish Club 34. wnkncn, rumor:-nn International Club 35 Treasurer 35 Rifle Club 3. WHITE, JOE: Track I,2,3,45 Homeroom Representative 3,4. WILLIAMS, JOHN: Swimming 1,3,45 Homeroom Representative 1,3. WILLIAMS, RUBY: Junior Guard5 Girls' League 1,2,35 Homeroom Representa- tive 35 COE 4. WITHEY, MAUREEN: Red Cross 35 Home- room Representative 45 Inter-Club Council 35 Model UN Alternate, French Club 3,45 Latin Club 2,35 Sec- retary 25 Vice-President 35 FTA 3,4. the inconvenient places. Tennis play their matches, and P.E. classes met in WITTELS, BETTY: Chronicle 3,45 Editorial Staff 35 Feature Editor 45 National Honor Society 45 Red Cross 35 Span- ish Club 1,25 French Club 2,35 Girls' League I,2. WOODLAND, WOODIE: Red Cross I. WORTMAN, ROBERT: Quarterly 3,45 As- sistant Business Manager 35 Business Manager 45 Choraleers 1,25 National Honor Society 45 Spanish Club 3,45 Homeroom Representative 15 FTA 3,45 Historian 4. WRIGHT, SANDRA: Band 1,2,3,45 Lyres Club 4. Y YEUNG, MARY: Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Ten- nis 15 Junior Guard5 Homeroom Rep- resentative 25 International Club 35 Judo Club 4. ers, usually seen sixth period, couldn't play the gyms. YOUNG, BENNY: Chronicle 45 Co-Sports Editor 45 Orchestra I,2,3,45 Swing Band 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Pinnacle 1,2,35 Homeroom Representa- tive 2. YOUNG, MADELYN: Songleader 3,45 Choraleers 35 Thespians 45 Freshmen Councilman5 Aquamaids 2,3,45 Art Club 4. Z ZAGONA, KAREN: Cheerleader 1,25 Gymnastics 2,3,45 National Forensic League 3,45 Historian 45 Homeroom Representative 2,35 Tucsonian Queen Semi-Finalist. ZEBELL, GAYLE: Red Cross 15 Girls' League 1. ZUNIGA, HECTOR: Track 25 Red Cross 1,25 Homeroom Representative 3,45 DECA 4. A Abasta, Estella: 173 Abasta, Ralph: 204 Abasta Rosario: 173 Abbott,' Bob: 204 Aboud, Aboud, Alice: 45,131,204 Shelley: 131,173 Index Allen, Arlene: 218 Allen, Mrs. Margaret: 36 Allgood, Mary: 72,87,188 Almada, Yolanda: 188 Almazan, Lydia: 173 Almazan, Oscar: 68,83,218 Almeida, Maria: 173 Abrams, Ellen: 204 Abril, Eileen: 204 Acedo, Frances: 173 Acedo, Rosario: 188 Altamirano Altamirano, Altamirano , Altamirano, Guadalupe: 173 Altamirano, , Mary: 90 Richard: 173 Rosa: 173 Susan: 188 Anthony, Frankie: 173 ANYTOWN: 54,55 Apodaca, Mary: 173 Aragon, Gus Jr.: 83,126,127,218 Archuleta, Raymond: 103,205 Arellano, Camerino: 173 Arellano, Hector: 188 Arenas, Arnold: 90,173 Ares, Amy: 188 Arias, Irene: 173 Arias, Marisela: 173 Armenta, Charles: 173 Baskerville, William: 90,189 BASKETBALL, FRESHMEN: 111 BASKETBALL, JUNIOR VARSITY: 110,111 BASKETBALL, VARSITY: 106,107,108, 109 Bastin, Marcia: 87,138,155,158,220 Bastin, Michael: 174 Bosurto, Anna: 174 Basurto, Stanley: 174 Baum, David: 76,174 Baumeister, Richard: 220 Bayer, Betty: 205 Baye Alvarado, Norma: 204 Acedo, Sally: 188 Acevedo, Hortencia: 188 Acosta, Mr. Art: 26,104,123 Acosta, Debby: 188 Acosta, Denise: 204 Acosta, Diane: 173 Acuna, Alfred: 103,204 Acuna, Esteban: 173 Acuna, Jaime: 93,173 Adams, Jerry: 173 Adams, John: 204 Adams, Paul: 173 Adams Thomas: 188 Alvarez, Alvarez, Alvarez, Alvarez, Alvarez, Alvarez, Alvarez, Alvarez, Alvarez, Alvarez, Alvarez, Domingo: 218,129 JoAnn: 188 Juanita: 188 Larry: 120,204 Luis: 173 Maria: 173 Maria: 44 Patsy: 188 Rebecca: 173 Richard: 188 Tony: 205 Adamson, Warren: 173 Adkins, Mr. Ray: 39,119,120,121 Aegerter, Charles: 204 Agnew, Sandi: 204 Alvarez, William: 218 Alvidrez, Daniel: 122,173 Alvidrez, Miss Gloria: 31 Amado, Oscar: 173 Arvizu, Lily: 205 Andrews, Bonillas Boughto Bargas, James: 123,189 Brad Aguiar, Henry: 188 Aguilar, Candice: 204 Aguilar, Eloisa: 188 Aguilar, Estella: 173 Amado, Richard: 173 Amado, Yolanda: 218 Amador, Susie: 205 Amaro, Vincent: 123,188 Armenta, lrene: 90,218 Armenta, Javier: 173 Armenta, Johnny: 188 Armenta, Jose: 189 Armiio, Dana: 218 Armiio, Rosemarie: 189 Armstrong, Diana: 73,189 Armstrong, Douglas: 80,173 Armstrong, Melvin: 189 Arnold, Janice: 218 Aros, Danny: 173 Aros, Gene: 218 r, Linda: 189 Aros, William: 157,205 Arriaga, Carlos: 105,114,189 Arriaga, Marcia: 218 Arroyo, Bill: 189 Michale: 96,204 Aguilar, Aguilar, Robert: 218 Aguilar, Rudolpho: 122,173 Aguilar, Yolanda: 188 Aguirre, Olivia: 93,143,173 Amparono, Guillermo: 122,173 Amparono, Michael: 122 Anagnostos, Mary: 173 Anagnostos, Peggy: 205 Anason, Robert: 173 Anaya, Margaret: 188 ART CLUB: 78,79 Arvizo, Felix: 173 Arvizo, Jacob: 218 Arvizu, Anthony: 189 Arvizu , Jaime: 173 Ashburn, Linda: 205 ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS: 14 Bazzetta, Mr. George: 26 Bear, Alice: 205,214 Benny, David: 22,23,5s,9s,96,22o Beavers, Jamie: 220 Bede, Debbie: 220 Beddy, Geraldo: 174 Bedoya, Arthur: 174 Bedoya, Carlos: 205 Bedoya, Esperanza: 174 Bedoya, Irma: 189,194 Bedoya, Jorge: 174 Beever, Mrs. Eileen: 19,26 Beiarano, Albert: 123,189 Bell, Linde: 189 Bell, Thomas: 189 Belt, Eleanor: 189 Beltran, Alex: 114,117,189 Beltran, Barbara: 205 Beltran, Sylvia: 205 Benavidez, Elva: 220 BEN FRANKLIN PRINTING CLUB: 70 Audelo, Patricia: 173 Augusta, Debrah: 205 Benitez, Barbara: 189 Benitez, Bertha: 205 Benitez, Eddie: 174 Benitez, Ramon: 174 Aguirre, Robert: 68 Aharez, Juanita: 93 Akins, William: 111,188 Alameda, Asucena: 204 Alameda, George: 93,173 Alday, Alderet Alderet Patsy: 218 e, Dorothy: 204 e, Jimmy: 173 Alegria, Frank: 173 Alegria, Gilbert: 120,204 Alesii, Bruno: 79,80,96,204 Alexander, Yvonne: 173 Alford, Lynn: 218 Alito, Joseph: 218 Alito, Renee: 188 ioined Andaloro, Joseph: 93,96,205 Anderson, Mr. Curtiss: 16 Anderson, Mr. Don: 25,104,112,114,117 Anderson, Dwight: 103,113,205 Anderson Jane: 188 Anderson: sylvan: 138,188 Andrade, Andrade, Andrade, Andrews, Diane: 64,205 Henry: 124,205 Richard: 173 Carol: 173 Andrews, Gregory: 103,205 Janet: 93,133,173 Angulo, Felix: 173 Angulo, Monica: 205 Christmas spirit infected everyone as the holidays approached. in the fun by trimming the tree in Mr. Mallamo's office. Office aids 'Qi 4-:Tv G2 Augusta, Judy: 218 Augusta, Mark: 173 Augustine, John: 173 Austin, Julia: 218 Austin, Mr. Wallace: 20 Avalos, Manuel: 96,205 Avenetti, Phyllis: 173 Avila, lda: 189 Avila, Joe: 205 Avila, Socorro: 173 Ayon, Angel: 218 Ayon, Evaristo: 173 B Baca, Dessie: 105,189 Bach, James: 173 Bacon, Glenda: 218 Bacon, Larry: 102,205 Bacon, Tommy: 173 BADGER BAR: 85 BADGER CAMERA CLICKERS: 68,69 Badilla, Arthur: 189 Badilla, Maria: 205 Badilla, Maria: 218 Badilla, Melba: 173 Badilla, Olga: 189 Baginski, Andrea: 173 Bailey, Mike: 110,116,173 Bailey, Patrick: 83,102,218 Bailey, Mr. Ralph: 26,103,123 Bailey, Mrs. Sandra: 39,137 Baker, lla: 173 Baker, Johnny: 127,189 Baker, Lynn: 57,93,96,120,205 Balderrama, Frank: 173 Balderrama, Margot: 173 Bales, Barbara: 131,189 Balint, Mike: 189 Ball, Brian: 173 Ball, Kenneth: 106,107,218 Benitez, Richard: 174 Benitez, Yvonne: 174 Bennett, Danny: 189 Bennett, Mr. John: 28 Bennett, Pamela: 205 Bennett, Paulette: 189 Bennett, Terry: 74,83,130,220 Bent, Dolores: 174 Bent, Victor: 127,189 Beren, Robert: 58,77,96,220,228,237 Bergquist, Katheriane: 220 Berquist, Wayne: 189 Berkowitz, Naomi: 45,142,143,205,214 Bernal, Arsenio: 220 Bernal, Margaretia: 133,174 Bernard, Teresa: 174 Berquist, Donny: 174 Berrellez, Maria: 189 Berry, Donald: 174 Berumen, Antonio: 174 Bess, Sandra: 189 Bezwich, Amy: 122 BI-CHEM-PHY: 76,77 Bird, Mr. Cecil: 28,110 Birenbaum, Sheila: 205 Bitterlie, Thomas: 205 Biorlie, Mr. Lauritz: 32,93 Blackburn, Andrew: 220 Blackburn, Diann: 76,205,214 Bland, Sally: 57,74,83,205 Blitzer, Miriam: 47,56,7B,83,205,214 Block, Melody: 189 Bloom, Terry: 45,90,139,189 Blumberg, Alan: 205 Boatner, Dennis: 220 Bodlak, Jane: 174 Boltares, Christine: 189 Boltares, Helen: 174 Boltares, Janet: 189 , Connie: 189 Ballesteros, Carlos: 173 Ballesteros, David: 127,205 Ballesteros, Frank: 205 Ballesteros, George: 189 Ballesteros, Grace: 93,189 Ballesteros, lda: 93,173 Ballesteros, Louis: 117,124,173 Ballesteros, Richard: 173 Ballesteros, Rudolfo: 205 Ballesteros, Susana: 205 Baltazar, Frances: 189 BAND: 97 Bonillas, Estella: 174 Bonillas, Peter: 127 Booker, Johnny: 205 Booker, Robert: 189 Boots, Kathryn: 189 Borboa, Patricia: 174 Borboa, Robert: 120,205,214 Borbon, Maria: 174 Borg, Michael: 220 Bornstein, Abraham: 124,189 Bornstein, Miriam: 80,205 Borozan, Mr. Mike: 25 Bannister, Nancy: 138,173 Baraias, Jimmie: 173 Baray, Arthur: 117,189 Barclay, Mr. Robert: 34 Borquez, Mike: 189 Borquez, Tito: 174 Bose, Terry: 189 n, Barbara: 189 Barlow, Stephen: 218 Barlow, Steuart: 205 Barnes, Ann: 218 Barnes, Barnes, James: 3B,96,189 Barnes, Lonnie: 114,205 Barnes, Mary: 173 Barnes, Ronald: 173 Baron, Richard: 205 Barr, Charles: 173 Barraza, Carmen: 220 Barraza, Marylou: 173 Barraza, Yolanda: 205 Barraza Yolanda: 173 Boughton, Linda: 174 Boughton, Theresa: 205 Bculer, Rubye: 205 Bounds, Beverly: '189 Jacquenese: 141,149,153,218 Boyd, Barbara: 174 Boyd, Faith: 174 Boyd, Kathleen: 174 Boyd, Patricia: 220 Boyd, Ramonia: 220 Boyd, Violet: 190 Boye r, Darryl: 190 BOYS' STATE: 54 Brocamonte, Irene: 93 Brocamonte, Jesus: 105,190 ley, Tom: 174 Barredo, Cecilia: 205 Barrett, David: 205 Barrett, Richard: 174 Barrios, Anthony: 174 Barrios, Mary Ann: 73,205 Barron, Ysidro: 96,189 Bartlett, John: 220 Barlett, Lorraine: 174 BASEBALL, FRESHMAN: 122,123 BASEBALL, JUNIOR VARSITY: 123 BASEBALL, VARSITY: 118,119,120,121 Brady, Christina: 190 Branvold, Jane: 174 Bravo, Carolyn: 190 Bravo, Ruben: 174 Bravo, Virginia: 174 Breckenridge, Steve: 205 Breiman, Robert: 130,190 Brent, Roland: 174 Brevick, Norma: 58,220 Brichta, Jenny: 190 Brichta, Rosanna: 174 Chapple, Edmond: 96,191 Charles, Michael: 221 Chavarria, Armida: 191 Chavarria, Juan: 191 Cahvez, Dianna: 221 Chavez, Evelina: 206 Chavez, Henry: 206 Chavez, Marianne: 93,175 Chavez, Ralph: 191 Chavez, Ray: 96,120,206 Chavez, Roy: 206 CHEERLEADERS: 142,143 CHESS CLUB: 77 Chiaffino, Frances: 221 Chico, Melinda: 175 Chilcott, Kathy: 221 Chilcott, Ron: 206 Chin, Iris: 206 CHORALEERS: 88,90 Christensen, Mariorie: 175 Christopher, Barbara: 191 Christopher, Kelly: 83,125,206 Christopherson, Linda: 206 National Honor Society members heated up machine, prepared the grease and found the Briggs, James: 190 Briggs, Timothy: 190 Brinegar, Mrs. Lorette: 14,15 Brita, Dolores: 190 Brito, Johnny: 220 Brita, Ralph: 190 Brock, Charles: 206 Brock, Tommy: 174 Bromberg, David: 93,976,220 Bromberg, Ellen 67,78,138,206 Bronson, Richard: 57,77,190 Brooks, Janet: 206 Brooks, Mr. John: 26 Brophy, Daniel: 48,49,55,56,5B,219,220 Brophy, Poll 174 :Q the popcorn popcorn sold at the basketball games. Although some- salt to make times slightly charred, the popcorn sold well. Carmony, Mr. Paul: 190 C Carpenter, Dave: 190 Caamano, Nick: 220 Caballero, Charles: 80,220 Caballero, Gilbert: 96,105,190,123 CACTUS CHRONICLE: 64 Caddell, Brenda: 174 Cady, Danny: 190 Cady, Dennis: 117,190 Cady, Dickie: 102,112,113,114,220 Cady, Frank: 190 Cady, Manuel Jr.: 105,123,188,190 CAESARIS LIBERI PARVI: Cain, Alora: 47,180,190 Calderon, Richardo: 105,190 Carpenter, Doug: 93,96,221 Carpio, Carolyn: 190 Carranza, Delia: 206 Carranza, Norma: 190 Carrasco, David: 206 Carrasco, Frank: 221 Carrasco, Hector: 174 Carrasco, Luis: 190 Carrillo, Bitsy: 190 Carrillo, Debbi: 206 Carrillo, Diego: 221 Carrillo, Eugene: 190 Carrillo, Helen: 174 Carrillo, Henry: 206 Christopherson, Maurice: 191 Cielacha, Steve: 122 Cirillo, Diane: 45,142,149,160164221 Clark, Miss Sue B.: 130 Clark, Charles: 175 Clark, David: 111,191 Clark, Deborah: 206 Clark, Thomas: 105,191 Claussen, Mark: 127,191 Clayton, Starlet: 133,175 Clement, Wallace: 191 Click, Debbie: 221 Click, Jon: 191 Clifton, Sandra: 221 Clinton, Mr. Ron: 125,190 Clopton, Deborah: 56,64,70 138 160 221 Clough, Carolyn: 191 Clouser, Doug: 175 Cloutier, Norman: 175 Cluff, Gordon: 175 Cluff, Jo Ann: 90,221 Cobos, Michael: 175 Cocio, Ernest: 206 Cocio, Manuel: 175 Cocio, Rosie: 191 Cocio, Ruth: 207 Coffee, Pamela: 191 Colbert, Diane: 191 Cole, Marcia: 96,191 Cole, Stanley: 38 Cole, Teresa: 52,53,58,221 Colflesh, Rosemary: 73,80,191 Collenberg, George: 175 Collier, Effie: 221 Collier, Kathryn: 93,133,175 Collins, Dennis: 191 Collins, Phyllis: 191 Colmenero, Manuel: 175 Colston, lda: 79 Colston, Patricia: 207 y: rd, Phyllis: 90,220 Broussa Broussard, Rene: 105,190 Brown, Beverly: 206 Brown, Bill: 116 Brown, Charles: 174 Brown, Deborah: 90,220 Brown, Geneva: 190 Brown, Larry: 80,206 Brown, Layne: 190 Brown, Margaret: 174 Brown, Patricia: 206 Brown, Patricia: 174 Brown, Robert: 190 Brown, Victoria: 190 Brown, Victoria: 174 Broyles, Gladys: 41 Bruno, Edith: 56,64,138,22O Bryan, Bob: 206 Bryan, Rick: 220 Calkins, Carol: 174 Calkins, Jim: 174 Callaway, Joseph: 174 Camacho, Alfred: 174 Camacho, Belen: 206 Camacho, David: 105,123,190 Camacho, Frances: 174 Camacho, Jerry: 206 Camacho, Jimmy: 117,124,190 Camacho, Marcos: 174 Camacho, Maria: 220 Camacho, Mary: 221 Camacho, Virginia: 133,190 Camargo, Henry: 174 Camargo, lda: 174 Campas, Rosita: 206 Campbell, Mr. Larry: 39 Campbell, LaVaugn: 206 Campos, Armando: 206 Carrillo, John: 190 Carrillo, Jose: 221 Carrillo, Lorraine: 190 Carrillo, Tony: 206 Carroll, Felix: 206 Carroll, Lena: 206 Carroll, Rosella: 191 Carroll, Timothy: 174 Carswell, Mr. David: 26 Carter, Vicki: 73,75,221 Casarez, Louis: 221 Casarez, Lupe: 190,221 Castano, Adelina: 191 Castano, Ernesto: 221 Castano, Gloria: 221 Castano, Stella: 206 Castillo, Cecilia: 133,141,221 Castillo, Celia: 191 Buchella, Jeff: 78,174 Buchman, Deborah: 174 Buckley, Louann: 90,190 Budow, Gayle: 220 Buehman, Mr. Philip: 26 Buena, Helen: 190 Burges, Tom: 96,190 Burk, Marie: 220 Burk, Roswell: Burke, Roberta: 138,174,76 Burnes, Sheila: 174 Burr, Brad: 206,128 Burris, Cynthia: 75,190 Burris, Lemuel: 174 Burris, Walter: 80,220 Burruel, George: 174 Burruel, Odelia: 206 Burruel, Laura: 174 Bush, Betty: 174 Bushman, Gloria: 220 Bustamante, Elias: 50,51,55,56,58,83, 113,124,220 Bustamante, Elvira: 174 Bustamante, Maria: 206 Butler, Linda: 206 Buthod, Vikki: 96,190 Buttes, Linda: 174 Buxton, Brad: 220 Byrd, Ricky: 190 Byrge, Mel: 120 246 Campos, Susan: 206 Campoy, Frank: 190 Campoy, Hector: 174 Campuzano, Carlos: 174 Canada, Victoria: 190 Cananza, Delia: 96 Canett, Edna: 206 Canett, Edward: 221 Canet, Elda: 174 Canez, Emelina: 206 Canez, Helen: 174 Canez, Jesse: 221 Canez, Lupe: 90,190 Canez, Oscar: 174 Castillo, lrene: 206 Castillo, Lorraine: 191 Castillo, Nancy: 133,141,206 Castillo, Natalia: 174 Castillo, Stella: 206 Castillo, Yolanda: 175 Castro, Arthur: 175 Castro, Frank: 122,123 Castro, James: 191 Castro, Jenny: 221 Castro, Leonard: 68,206 Castro, Linda: 75,131,132,191 Castro, Margaret: 191 Castro, Ralph: 191 Castro Robert: 175 Coltrin, Elizabeth: 57,96,207 Coltrin, Helen: 57,96,191 Combs, Duane: 47,180,221 Comeau, Shirley: 191 Compton, Linda: 72,191 Conn, Jerry: 175 Contreras Contreras 1 Billy: 124,191,221 Gloria: 175 Contreras: Jo Ann: 221 Contreras, Marlene: 191 Contreras Maria: 175 Contreras, Mary: 175 Contreras, Michael: 207 Contreras, Prisciliano: 207 Contreras, Ralph: 207 Contreras Richard: 175 Contrerasf William: 114 Contreras 221 , Yolanda: 50,51,56,58,64,70, Conway, Brenda: 175 Cook, Mr. Charles: 39,111 Cook, David: 175 Cook, Miss Geneva: 17 Cooney, William: 175 Cooper, Mr. Thomas: 190 Coppus, George: 27,57,191 Corbett, Jamie: 221 Corbett, Paula: 207 Corbett, William: 175 Cordova, Corn ehls, Frank: 175 Heidi: 175 Cornell, Steve: 90,191 Coronado, Alex: 75,221 Coronado, Joseph: 175 Coronado, William: 207 Corral, Barbara: 207 Corral, Joe: 221 Corral, Richard: 105,123,191 Corroleio, Martin: 191 Corrales, Fernando: 175 Corrales, Frank: Corrales, Gerardo: 207 Canez, Rachel: 190 Canez, Rebecca: 174 Canfield, Kathy: 74,190 Canfield, Marsha: 190 Canfield, Richard: 83,96,114,206 Canfield, Sharon: 174 Cannon, Cornell: 174 Cantrell, David: 174 Cantrell, Paul: 174 Cantu, Yolanda: 174 cesfrof sylvan: 206 Cavazos, Victor: 175 Cawker, Celestine: 191 Cawley, Mr. Dennis: 22,190 Cebreros, Cristobal: 206 Cebreros, Maria: 191 Celaya, Dolores: 175 Celaya, Josephine: 191 Centers, Arlene: 191 CERVANTES CLUB: 72,73 Corrales, Gilbert: 191 Cosenza, Salvatore: 207 Cora, Alex: 175 Cota, Daniel: 120,207 Cota, Elias: 222 Cota, Joel: 176 Cota-Robles, Lenny: 103,120,207 Cotlow, Terriel: 68,207 Cotton, Kenneth: 176 Cotton, Marilyn: 176 COUNSELORS: Caranc, Loretto: 221 Carballo, Concepcion: Cardenas, Jose: 174 Cardi, Ray: 206 Cordon, Beth: 138,221 Carlon, Alberto: 174 Cormack, Linda: 190 Cesar, Antonia: 206 Chacon, Adeline: 221 Chacon, Gerald: 96,124,206 Chambers, Ridgely: 206 Chan, Doris: 191 Chandler, Mrs. Pearlie: 20 Cournoyer, Judy: 90,207 Couturier, Sammy: 222 Cox, Renee: 176 Craig, Celina: 207 Craig, Kenneth: 102,222 Craig, Linda: 138,222 Craig, Sharon: 176 Crain, Betty: 222 Crane, Kathleen: 63,78,160,222,237 Crane, Lewis: 76,96,191 Craney, Paula: 222 Crenshaw, Barbara: 191 Crenshaw, Clarice: 191 Crenshaw, Jesse: 222 Cronin, Candace: 222 Crapper, Mrs. Ardeth: 21 CROSS COUNTRY: 124 Crosson, Patricia: 191 Crow, John: 222 Cruz, Linda: 191 Cruz, Cuen, Manny: 207 Frank: 222 Culver, Claudia: 138,191 Curbelo, Maria: 222 Curiel, Richard: 207 Curry, Carol: 207 Curtis, Floyd: 176 Custenborder, Mrs. Jean: 190 Czerny, Elizabeth: 78,207 D Dockins, Rudy: 103 Dahlen, Ann: 47,56,57,78,207,214 Dahlen, Robert: 57,78,130,191 Dailey, Dan: 176 Dalton, Teresa: 191 Damiani, Frank: 32,87,155,158,222,241 Dancer, Leola: 176 Dancer, Roberta: 176 Danetelli, Gabby: 207 Danforth, Elizabeth: 72,191 D Angelo, David: 222 Daniels, Barbara: 176 Daniels, Eddie: Daniels, Patsy: 222 Darnall, Lynn: 207 Darnall, Margaret: 90,223 Darton, Charlene: 207 Dascoli, Frank: 96,191 Dascoli, Jeanette: 93,96,207 Davila, Alfred: Davila, Carlos: 176 Davila, Cynthia: 191 Davila, Joseph: 207 Davila, Lucille: 223 Davila, Mary: Davila, Monte: 223 Davila, Richard: 207 Davila, Vivian: 191 Davis, Alice: 223 Davis, Betty: 191 Davis, Brenda: 207 Davis, Brenda: 191 Davis, Charles: 120,196 Davis, Cheri: 90 Davis, Concepcion: 72,73,93,207 Davis, Danal: 90 Davis, Derral: l05,111,114,117,162,191 Davis, Mr. Donald: 28 Davis, Edith: 207 Davis, Joan: 223 Davis, Maria: 73,191 Davis, Pedro: 122,176 Davis Rhonda: 176 r Students rocked out to soul music provided by "The Knight- ly introduced the administration, student body officers ly Affair" at the first social of the year. The Mixer official- and pepsters to freshmen. Dietrich, Mr. Douglass: 26 Dillon, Joe: 116,176 Dillon, Kenneth: 90,111,191 Dillon, Sharon: 223 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB OF AMERICA: 76,77 Dixon, Bill: 176 Dixon, Gary: 116,117 Dixon, Terry: 207 Dockins, Randall: 207 Dockins, Rodney: 176 Dockins, Sonia: 223 Dodds, Amy: 93,191,196 Dadgson, Yvonne: Dodson, Richard: 83,100,102,112,114, Dworin, Davis, Rosie: 207 Davis Vernon: 101,102,118,119,120,223 Dawes, Cheryl: 191 Dawes, Henry: 176 Dawson, Mr. John: 28 Dawson, Mary: 223 Dawson, Michael: 104,122,176 Dayton, Robert: 207 Dean, Judith: 223 Dean, Tom: 83,102,223 DEANS: 14 DeConcini, Mark: 176 DeConcini, Thomas: 191 Deese, Dale: 207 DeHart, Susan: 78,223 DeLaCruz, Angelita: 176 DeLaCruz, Gilbert: 176 DeLaCruz, Ruben: 191 DeLaGarza, Azalia: 176 DeLaGarza, Rene: 191 DeLaOssa, Tony: 207 DelCostello, Anthony: 176 DeLeon, Beatrice: 176 Delgado, Elizabeth: 223 Delgado, George: 207 Delgado, Margaret: 191 Delgado, Roberta: 176 Delwarte, Melanie: 74,176 Dembinski, Susan: 191 Dengler, John: 76,176 Dengler, Nancy: 63,207,214 Denning, Mr. Merle: 18,34,57 Denniston, Abigail: 191 Derickson, Jill: 176 Derickson, John: 111,191 Dersam, Patricia: 223 DeSchalit, Ronald: 93,207 Detlefsen, Mrs. Elenor: 16 DeVries, Jouike: 73,191 Dewey, Carlton: 223 Diamos, Angela: 176 125,147,223 Dogan, Calvin: 90 Doiaquez, Letecia: 176 Dolores, Darlene: 191 Dombrowski, Joseph: 45,223 Dominguez, Edilia: 207 Dominguez, Gloria: 223 Dominguez, Nicolas: 207 Donald, Rickey: 191 Dorame, Lorraine: 176 Edel, James: 176 Edel, Kentworth: 176 Edel, Robin: 192 Edgar, David: 45,78,125,207 Edgington, Mrs. Joy: 32,90,91 Edson, Judith: 44,143,176 Edwards, Mrs. Kay: 20 Edwards, Miss Nona: 39 Ehresman, Jack: 223 Elem, Eddie: 207 Elem, lrma: 177 Elenez, Bonnie: 192 Elias, Michaelene: 177 Elias, Robert: 116,177 Elias, Stephanie: 207 Elliott, Carleen: 77,223 Ellis, Vicky: 33,44,149,153,154,223 Ellis, Willie: 102,103,224 Ellison, Devita: 93,192 Ellison, Juanita: 192 Elmquist, Louise: 192 Feeley, Patricia: 207 Fergursky, Marvel: 96,192 Feldman, Gayle: 83,138,207 Felix, Alfred: 192 Felix, Albert: 224 Felix, Bernadine: 133,177 Felix, Henry: 207 Felix Martha: 177 Felix: Philbert: 192 Felix Felln , Sandra: 177 er, William: 50,56,83,128,224 Felter, Gene: 177 Fenton, Nancy: 47,143,177,194 Fenton, Steven: 207 Ferguson, Mr. Harvey: 21,67 Fernandez, Alice: 207 Fernandez, Frank Jr.: 114,124,192 Fernandez, Jesse: 177 Fernandez, Mary: 207 Fernandez, Ruben: 224 Fierros, Rachel: 224 Elzy, Ronita: 192 Encinas, Encinas, Encinas, Amanda: 177 Beatrice: 192 Carlos: 224 Figueroa, Amadeo: 177 Figueroa, Anthony: 177,122 Figueroa, Gus: 177 Figueroa Henry: 177 Dorame, Ramon: 176 Dorson, Robert: 45,66,83,223 Doty, M r. Jim: 105 Dougherty, Denise: 176 Douglas s, Mr. Brainard: 16 Douglas, Ora: 207 Douglas, Willie: 207 Downey, Beverly: 39,83,191 Downey Bob: 223 Downeyi Stephen: 223 Draeger, Erich: 75,191 Drobeck Drobeck , Kathryn: 176 Michael: 107,207 Drow, Dennis: 114,207 Drow, Vivian: 176 Drum, Henry: 223 Duarte, Andrew: 176 Duarte, Eddie: 207 Duarte, Edward: 191 Duarte, Erlinda: 223 Encinas, Cristina: 207 Encinas, Eddie: 207 Encinas, Elizabeth: 177 Encinas, Delia: 192 Encinas, Irma: 224 Enconas, Johnny: 105,123,124,207 Encinas, Susan: 177 Engelbretson, Danny: 192 Enos, Matthew: 207 Enos, Terry: 103,207 Enriquez, Florence: 192 ENSEMBLE: 88,9O,91 Eppley, Katherine: 76,93,192 Ericson, Paula: 224 Escalante, Ignacio: 192 Escalante, Richard: 177 Eshpeter, Randall: 177 Esparza, John: 177 Espey, Mrs. Roberta: 19,21 Espinosa, Betty: 192 Figueroa Figueroa Figueroa r Z Jose: 177 Maria: 208 Natalia: 224 Figueroaj Ronald: 103,207,214 Figueroa Filip, Jul William: 192 iana: 224 Filip, Mark: 192 Fimbres, Fimbres, Fimbres, Fimbres, Fimbres Carol: 208 Gilbert: 102,224 Graciela: 208 Lynda: 177 Ray: 192 Fimbres, Sylvia: 192 Finer, Henry: 23 Fischer, Lance: 224 Fisher, Aida: 30,208 Fisher Anna: 64,138,139,204,208,214 Fisher, Connie: 192 Fisher, Diane: 192 Fisher, Irene: 208 Duarte, Henrietta: 207 Duarte, Maria: 207 Duarte, Rose: 176 Duarte, Ruben: 124,207 Duarte, Susan: 176 Duckett, Lee: 90,176 Duff, Jean: 191 Dugan, Calvin: 191 Duggins, Linda: 207 Duncan, Dale: 120,207 Duncan, Patricia: 191 Dunlap, James: 223 Philip: 90,207 Espinosa Espinozaj Alex: 207 Espinoza, Eva: 192 Espinoza, Gloria: 177 Espinoza, Philomena: 207 Espinoza, Robert: 177 Esqueda, Lillian: 224 Esquer, Lydia: 177 Esquivel, Juanita: 207 Esquivel, Rudoiphm 122,177 Estrada, Maria: 192 Estrella, Anna: 224 Fisher, James: 45 Fisher, Jeffrey: 177,192 Fisher, Rebecca: 192 Fitzpatrick, Carol: 177 Fitzpatrick, Mary Lau: 192 Fitzpatrick, Pat: 74,167 Flannigan, Curtis: 36,101,102,210,224 Flannigan, Joyce: 138,192 Flannigan, Wesley: 103,208 Fleet, Regina: 73,75,79,208 Flegal, Robert: 177 Fleming, Fred Jr.: 177 Dunn, Mr. Barry: 25,74,75 Duran, David: 191 Duran, Jesus: 176 Duran, Martha: 207 Duval, Frederick: 44,176,163 Joel: 207 Diamos, David: 176 Diaz, Alice: 223 Diaz, David: 191 Diaz, Edna: 223 Diaz, Francisco: 207 Diaz, Julia: 223 Diaz Matilde: 176 Diaz, Mike: 223 Diaz, Norma: 191 Diaz, Roy: 207 Diaz, Tony: 176 DiCampli, Martha: 207 Dick, Jeff: 88,90,102,223 Dworin, Louis: 176 Dye, Cheryl: 67,141,207 Dyke, George: 207 Dymond, Michael: 83,128,223 E Eagan, Mr. Paul: 20 Eagle, Jim: 223 Eaton, Mrs. Mary Lou: 16 Echeverria, Patricia: 223 Echeverria, Peter: 176 Echols, Cathey: 192 Edberg, Mr. Barry: 31,130 Estrella, Frank: 207 Evans, Donald: 78,207 Evans, Ray: 177 Evans, Richard: 128,224 Evans, Sonia: 73,192 Evenchik, Arthur: 96,192 Evien, Jerry: 224 EX LIBRES: 78,79 F Fain, Cindy: 74,83,147,207 Faiardo, Dolores: 192 Faiardo, Steven: 177 Farero, Brenda: 192 Farero, James: 83,127,224 Farr, Sabina: 48,49,56,58,76,77,80,167, 224 Fay, Mrs. Jean: 28 Federhar, David: 52,53,54,55,58,76,224 Florence, John: 177 Flores, Eugene: 192 Flores, Eva: 224 Flores, Gerald: 123,192 Flores, Hilda: 224 Flores, lrene: 224 Flores, Li llian: 177 Flores, Maria: 192 Flores, Maria: 177 Flores, Raul: 177 Flores, Ricardo: 124,208 Flores, Robert: 208 Flores, Ronald: 45,87,127,192 Flores, Rudy: 125,224 Flares, Sharon: 177 Flores, Susanna: 192 Flores, Thelma: 192 Flores, Yolanda: 208 Follet, Mr. Vermont: 26 24 Garcia, Javier: 177 Foltz, Mrs. Laverne: 21,25 Fontaine, Harry: 192 FOOTBALL, FRESHMAN: 104 FOOTBALL, JUNIOR VARSITY: 104,105 FOOTBALL, VARSITY: 101,102,103 Force, Mr. Richard: 16,25 Ford, Pauline: 224 Forrester, Claudia: 72,177 Forrester, Linda: 46,72,78,224 Fox, Gordon, 117,192 Fradkin, Frieda, 177 Fragoso, Ramona: 177 Frona, Frank: 208 Frana, Valerie: 142,208 Francisco, Annette: 177 Franco, Norma: 177 Franco, Oscar: 177 Franco, Teresa: 192 Fredley, Melinda: 83,224 Freeman, Henry: 224 Fregoso, Irma: 192 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: 172 FRESHMEN COUNCILMEN: 44 Frias, Lupe: 192 Fry, Robert: 77,208 Fuentes, Danny: 177 Fulks, Cheryl: 208 Fulton, Gary: 224 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA: 80,81 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA: 80,81 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA: 80,81 G GAA: 133,l34,135,l37 Gabriel, Teresa: 224 Galarza, Cecilia: 141,208 Galorza, Tito: 177 Galarza, Yolanda: 224 Galaska, Diane: 192 Galbrath, Gene: 38 Golbreath, Billy: 90,192 Gallagher, John: 192 Garcia, Andy: 68 Garcia, Arnold: 192 Garcia, Barbara: 177 Garcia, Carlos: 192 Garcia Charles: 83,102,124,125,225 Garcia, Cynthia: 177 Garcia, Dennis: 192 Garcia, Dina: 208 Garcia, Edward: 177 Garcia, Eugene: 177 Garcia, Fernando: 192 Garcia, Francisca: 177 Garcia, Genoveva: 177 Garcia Grace: 177 Garcia, Jesus: 177 Garcia, Jose: 225 Garcia, Josephine: 192 Garcia, Kenneth: 177 Garcia Levi: 208 Garcia, Manuel: 122,177 Garcia, Marcelino: 208 Garcia, Maria: 192 Garcia, Maria: 192 Garcia, Meme: 192 Garcia, Norma: 208 Garcia, Patricia: 208 Garcia, Richard: 192 Garcia, Rosemary: 192 Garcia Rosa: 177 Garcia: Steven: 192 Garcia Sylvia: 96 208 Garcia, Teresita: 192 Ga rd in 237 er, .Sa rah: 46,47,67,72,1 38,225, Gilkerson, Glen: 192 Gillespie, Donna: 93,192 Gillespie, L nda: 88,225 Gillespie, Phyllis: 96,208 Gillespie, Russell: 225 Gilmour, Andrew: 128,192 Gin, Anthony: 103,208 Gin, Beverly: 46,57,8O,193 Gin, David: 127,225 Gin, Dicky: 177 Gin, Donald: 103,107,208 Gin, Leslie: 105,193 Gin, Madeline: 208 Gin, May: 208 Gin, Timmy: 208 Giokaris, Vosiliki: 177 GIRLS' ENSEMBLE: 88,90,91 GIRLS' LEAGUE: 82,146,147,l50 168 GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL: 83 GIRLS' STATE: 54 Glazebrook, Deborah: 208 GLEE CLUB: 90 Glenn, David: 193 Glennie, Blair: 177 Goddard, Danny: 177 Goddard, Jack: 83,208 Goddard, Patricia: 193 Goddy, Raul: 208 Goddy, Robert: 225 Goins, Mike: 208 Goldbaum, Margo: 193 Goldstein, Mr. Harry: 34,68,69 Gaomez, Abraham: 177 Gallegos Gallahue, Linda: 90,208 Gallahue, Sandra: 142,143,177 Gallardo Belinda: 192 Gallardol Christina: 192 Gallardo, Gallardo Edna: 31,80,224 Edwardo: 80 208 Gallardo: John: 120,208 Gallardo, Joseph: 224 Gallardo Gallardo Gallego, Gallego, Gallego, Gallego, Gallego, 1 Martha: 177 Richard: 68 224 'Carmelita: 224 Elizabeth: 177 Jesus: 177 Mirna: 177 Norma: 142,192 Gallegos, Tim: 192 , Xavier: 208 Gardner, Eric: 192 Gardner, Gary: 57 Gardner, Melinda: 177 Garrett, Debra: 208 Garrison, Bobby: 208 Garza, Gloria: 192 Garza, Mariano: 177 Gastello, Carmen: 92 Gostelum, David: 122,177 Gastelum, Gabriel: 103 Gastelum, Ramon: 77 Gaston, Darlene: 75,208,214 Gates, Cathie: 208 Gaumond, Steven: 208 Gavin, Michael: 177 Gavitt, Edwin: 120,208 Gee, Bonnie: 75,93,208,214 Gee, Connie: 56,913,225 Gee, Annie: 79,93,225 Gee, Cynthia: 192 Gee, Eileen: 255 Gee, Rachel: 177 Gee, William: 93,177 Gekas, Gregory: 177 Genis, Robert: 208 Gomez, Gomez, Gomez, Gomez , Gomez, Gomez , Gomez, Gomez , Gomez, Alex: 178 Arturo: 178 Benny: 129,225 Elvira: 208 Jose: 208 Julieta: 178 Lorraine: 93,193 Magdalena: 193 Manuel: 208 Gomez Mark: 178 , Gomez, M artha: 208 Gomez, Pete: 124,178 Gomez, Rebecca: 178 Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Albert: 208 Aurelia: 193 Carol: 208 Freddy: 226 Henry: 76 Jaime: 193 Julia: 46,66,73,80,208 Manny: 193 Manuela: 178 Nellie: 73,193 Norma: 178 Olivia: 193 Rose: 178 Galvan, Fernando: 177 Galvan, Hector: 208 Galvez, Mercy: 192 Galvez, Miguel: 177 Galvez, Robert: 192 Gamboa, Henry: 192 Gamez, Angelita: 177 Gamez, Bertha: 225 Gandara, Frank: 208 Gandell, David: 57,72,78,206,214,225 Ganz, Mrs. Patricia: 39 Garcia, Alexandra: 133,225 George, Deborah: 177 George, Deborah: 177 George, Marcia: 90,208 Gerhort, Gayle: 192 German, Elias: 123,192 Germany, Peggy: 192 Gerow, James: 225 Giachetti, Richard: 208 Gibson, David: 103,208 Gibson, Greg: 177 Gibson, Steve: 127,192 Gioliotti, Joseph: 192 Gonzales, Saul: 193 Gonzales, Sonia: 178 Gonzales, Theresa: 178 Gonzales, Xochitl: 193 Gonzalez, Adalberto: 96,208 Gonzales, Ignacio: 178 Gonzalez, Julieta: 72,96,208 Gonzalez, Salvador: 178 Gonzalez, Soledad: 208 Goodman, Marc: 208 Goodman, Ralph: 178 Gossett, Eva: 178 ,1 Gossett, Mervie: 208 Gould, Ronald: 226 Goulette, Jefferson: 193 Govan, Alice: 226 Govan, Paul: 178 Gracia, Jess: 226 Gracia, R Gradillas I Gradillas, Gradillas Gradillas: Gradillas, Gradillas, Granillo, Granillo, Granillo, Granillo, Granillo, Granillo, Granillo, Granillo ichard: 178 Albert: 193 Christina: 193 Geraldine: 54,87,226 Juan: 178 Manuel: 178 Mary: 208 Anna: 208 Edward: 20B Elvia: 208 Frances: 208 Francisco: 208 Gilbert: 183 Louis: 178 Miguel: 178 Granillo' olivia: 178 1 Granillo, Granillo Rose: 178 Rose: 178 Grant, Roger: 178 Gray, Gary: 193 Gray, James: 178 Gray, Mike: 178 Green, Charles: 178 Green, Constance: 193 Green, Mintie: 193 Green, Samuel: 96,102,162,208 Green, Thomascena: 82,B3,90,204,208 214 Greenltch, Gary: 122 Greengard, Stephen: 93,96 Greer, Mr. Jason: 19,39 Greer, Sandra: 172,178 Gregoire, David: 178 Gregoire, Suzanne: 208 Griffin, Mrs. Loraine: 21 Griialva, Cynthia: 208 Griialva, Michelle: 178 Griialva, Morris: 178 Grimble, Mrs. Beverly: 22,23,72 Grinstead, Doris: 193 Graff, Mr. Albert: 21,32,33,87 Gross, Charles: 93 Grover, Jan: 226 Guerrero, Gary: 83,102,125,226 Guess, Jimmy: 178 Guess, Karen: 193 Guess, William: 193 Guevara, Bernadino: 178 Guild, Matthew: 208 Gupton, Karen: 178 Gustafson, Robert Jr.: 68,80,226 Gustafson, Steven: 178 Guthmann, Mary: 55,57,208 Guthrie, Debra: 178 Gutierrez, Antonia: 208 Gutierrez, Armando: 118,120,208 Gutierrez, Conrad: 208 Gutierrez, Danny: 103,119,123,208 Gutierrez, Danny: 105,111,193 Gutierrez, David: 178 Gutierrez, Eleanor: 193 Gutierrez, Gloria: 178 Gutierrez, Jesus: 83,120,226 Gutierrez, Larry: 96,208 Gutierrez, Margaret: 226 Gutierrez, Maryann: 226 As they performed the splits together during a routine at a basketball game, was the first time this year they accomplished the feat. The songleaders pre songleaders were all smiles for Tucson High and Phoenix Union students. It sented a musical routine at the halftime show of each home game. 248 JUNIOR CABINET: 214 .-T .-li Gutierrez, Gutierrez, Gutierrez, Ramon: 208 Rebecca: 68,75,226 Sarah- . 226 Guzman, Carlos: 105,123,193 Guzman, David: 208 Guzman, David: 193 Guzman, Maria: 178 Guzman, Norma: 178 Guzman, Ricardo: 228 GYMNASTICS: 127,136,137 H Hack, Susan: 178 Hacke, Kathy: 57,63,209 Hacker, Bradford: 56,77,79,226 Haddock, Ruth: 178 Hagerman, Peter: 178 Haggardt, Howard: 226 Hale, Robert: 79,193 Hall, Mr. John: 26 Hall, John: 46,55,76,77,96,209,214 Hall, Mr. Larry: 39,210 Hall, Melita: 63,87,209 Halle, Richard: 57,209 Ham, Marsha: 193 Hamblen, Christina: 27,138,142,146, 160,226,237 Hamilton, Mr. Alexander: 24 Hanahan, Laura: 55,78 Hancock, Lyle: 178 Hancock, Skip: 74,193 Haney, Laurie: 178 Haney, Nancy: 209 Hanna, Loretta: 193 Hanna, Yolanda: 20,74,209 Hannan, Donald: 226 Hansen, Michael: 209 Hanson, Donna: 226 Hanson, Sue: 226 Harding, Karen: 178 Hardman Emma: 226 Haro, Erlinda: 179 Haro, Irene: 209 Haro, Rudolfo: 179 Haro, Benny Jr.: 105,193 Harper, Jane: 46,72,80,9O,193 Harper, Richard: 64,70,73,209 Harrell, Pamela: 209 Harrington, Daniel: 179 Harris, Annie: 179 Harris, Mr. Glenn: 28 Harris, Leon: 179 Harris, Laurice: 209 Harris, Tanya: 209 Harris, Wayne: 179 Harrison, Carole: 141,149,160,164,196, 226 Harrison, Ruth: 141,209 Harrison, Wanda: 193 Harter, Louise: 20,80,226 Hartman, Mr. Kenneth: 34,70 Hartsfield, Tony: 209 Harvey, Mr. John: 21,204 Haskett, Mr. Robert: 21,80 Haskins, Charles: 193 Haskins, Thomas: 179 Hassey, Janet: 209 Hassey, Ronald: 47,111,I23,179,183 Hatfield, Mr. Sterling: 25 Hatharn, Tiffany: 179 Hatley, Kathy: 96,193 Hatley, Tura: 30,93,96,226 Hawkes, Paul: 63,226 Hayden, Mr. Ralph: 17 Hayes, Patricia: 226 Haynes, Debra: 193 Haynes, James: 120,209 Haynes, Karen: 179 Haynes, Roslynn: 226 Haynes, Tyrone: 209 Hays, Debbi: 226 Hays, Pamela: 209 Head, Dale: 179 Heard, Anna: 226 Heartfield, Aleis: 209 Heartfield, Allistaire: 105,193 Heatley, Mrs. Carole: 20 Hadgcock, Mr. Robert: 34 Hedglen, Linda: 209 Hedglen, Ronald: 179 Heimbach, Gail: 179 Heimowitz, Mr. Jack: 20 Hellman, Maurice: 96,226 Hellman, Yvonne: 74,138,194 Helm, Sidney: 90,209 Helton, Rhonda: 179 Hemphill, Mr. Eldon: 28 Henderson, Nancy: 194 Herron, Robert: 179 Herrera, Albert: 179 Herrera, Charles: 194 Herrera, Maria: 179 Herrera, Norma: 209 Herrera, Richard: 209 Herrod, Edna: 179 Hespen, Jacque: 74,209 Hiddle, Gloria: 226 Higgins, Mrs. Sarah: 39 Higven, Joan: 194 Hilderman, Timothy: 90,194 Hill, Diane: 179 Hill, George: 194 Hill, Larry: 111,117,194 Hill, Linda: 194 Hilyard, George: 194 Hilyard, Mary: 93,209 Hinden, Mark: 96,227 Hinds, Tommy: 120,209 Hinds, William: 194 Hinkle, Janice: 209 Hinkle, Jimmy: 179 Hinkle, John: 194 Hinkle, Patricia: 179 Hinkle, Hirsch, Hobbs, Robert: 90,194 Elizabeth: 55,83,194 Karlene: 179 Hachstein, Elise: 227 Hoehn, Mrs. Ruth: 36,37 H099, J ohn: 93,96,120,210 Hohmann, John: 179 Holdcroft, Gary: 194 Holguin: Jennifer: 194 Holloway, John: 210 Holmes, Barry: 194 Holmes, Holmes, Samuel: 194 Willie: 227 Holub, Maxine: 83,96,194 Holub, Stella: 83,141,149,156,160,227 HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES: 47 Hooker, Mr. David: 22 Hopkins, Barbara: 210 Hopkins, Bertha: 179 Hopkins, Linda: 194 Hopkins, Luci: 194 Hopper, Charlene: 179 Hopper, Miss Charlotte: 31 Horner, Paul: 179 Hostetler, Stephanie: 74,179 Howard, Bobby: 110,179 Howard, Reuben: 227 Howard, Sherri: 194 Howard, William: 210 Howard, William E.: 96,114,210 Howe, Priscilla: 194 Howell, John: 78,210 Huckabay: Ricky: 194 Hudson, Ronald: 210 Huerta, Alan: 179 Huerta, Albert: 93,179 Huerta, Jerry: 96,125,210 Huerta, Loretta: 159,194 iff ian: as Hendricks, Kathleen: 209,214 Hendrickson, Mr. Derald: 14,15 Huffaker, Mr. Melvin: 34,104,105 Hughes, Patricia: 210 Hughes, Rodney: 210 Hulse, Duane: 179 Hummel, Kenneth: 179 Hummer, Patti: 90,210 Hunt, Mr. George: 15 Hunten, Keith: 93,96,21O Hunten, Mark: 93,179 Hunter, Valarie: 210 Hurtado, Thomas: 210 Hutchinson, John: 194 Hutchinson, Mr. Robert: 32,156,168 Hutchison, Vicki: 76,179 Hutton, Herman: 179 lndhara, Somsak: 227 Isaac, Dorothy: 138,210 ltule, Margo: 194 Ives, Kani: 195 J Jaap, Mrs. Jan: 31 Jacks, Arnold: 179 Jackson, Joanne: 179 Jackson, Lisa: 93,138,195 Jacobs, Anita: 195 Jacobs, Miss Helen: 20 Jacobs, Susan: 179 Jacques, Mary: 179 Jahnke, Andrea: 83,141,210 James, Richard: 57,83,128,210 James, Ronald: 83,96,128,195 Janke, Devora: 195 Jansen, Wendy: 227 Jaramillo, Gilbert: 110,179 A Drama students staged a scene from "The Music Man" in which traveling salesmen bombasted Professor Harold Hill's unethical manners in selling bands Johnson, William: 111,116,117,179 Johnston, Clara: 210 Johnston, Lorraine: 66 Johnston, Martha: 96,227 Johnston, Willis: 96,172,174 Jones, Dennis: 111,117,195 Jones, Emma: 195 Jones, Etta: 210 Jones, Mario: 179 Jones Robert: 195 Jordah, Cecil: 210 Jordan, William: 210 Joseph, Loralyn: 195 Joylux, Kerry: 93 Juarez, Cecilia: 75,133,l38,227,237 Juarez, Hector: 90,179 JUDO CLUB: 75 Juniel, Gary: 111,195 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: 204,205 JUNIOR COUNCILMEN: 45 Henigschmidt, James: 179 Henigschmidt, Monica: 194 Henke, Mr. Lloyd: 26 Henry, Cathy: 179 Henry, Donna: 194 Henry, Harold: 179 Henry, William: 90,194,113,114,117 Hernandez, Carlos: 102,226 Hernandez, David: 105,194 Hernandez, Eddie: 194 Hernandez, Elisabeth: 179 Hernandez, Enrique: 209 Hernandez, Frank: 179,116 Hernandez, George: 79,96,194,226 Hernandez, George: 209 Hernandez, Gilbert: 226 Hernandez, Les: 209 Hernandez, Maria: 194 Hernandez, Odilia: 209 Hernandez, Oscar: 74,179 Hernandez, Roy: 226 Hernandez William: 179 r Jaramill o, Jacob: 210 Jarvis, Christina: 179 Jauregui, Alice: 179 Jauregui, Raymond Jr.: 210 Jaurigue, Diego: 227 Jaurigue, Frank: 179 Jenkins, Roy: 24,68,74,75,227 Jennings, Mr. Stanley: 34 Jensen, Kevin: 76,9O,195 Jepperson, Dianne: 227 Jessen, Richard: 227 K Kalinski, Kathleen: 227 Kalmanowicz, Malka: 55,210 Karr, Dale: 90,227 Karr, Dennis: 96,210 Karr, Douglas: 210 Kassander, Helen: 57,63,83,210 Katzen, Dahn: 128,195 Kaufman, John: 78,227 Keating, Dennis: 105,195 Jew, Lily: 79,210 Jimenez, Carmen: 195 Jimenez, Patricia: B0,96,210 Jae, Reggie: 124 Johns, Larry: 210 Johnson, Carol: 195 Johnson, Marita: 195 Johnson, Mrs. Mary: 20 Johnson, Peter: 73,179 Johnson, Richard: 210 Johnson, Theron: 80,210 Keeley, Linda: 227 Keena, Luann: 179 Keena, Thomas: 62,63,211 Keiffer, Ted: 227 Kelch, Timothy: 179 Kelley, Anita: 211 Kelley, Pamela: 179 Kelley, Susan: 227 Kelley, Wanda: 179 Kelly, Charlotte: 211 Kelly, Edward:- 195 Kelly, Thomas: 195 Kemper, Jeff: 195 Keppel, Holly: 138,227 Kerstitch, Mrs. Dana: 39,138 Kessinger, John: 73,195 Kessler, Debra: 83,211 Kiersch, Jeannette: 179 Kiersch, Jerome: 79,179 Kincade, Claudia: 179 King, Mrs. Bertha: 31 King, Mr. Bob: 34 Kingman, Diane: 179 Kingman, Peter: 179 Kingman, Ralph: 211 Kinsey, Mr. James: 34 Kinsey, James: 127,211 Kisling, Robert: 195 Kivel, Karen: 131,211 Kivel, Sheri: 131,179 Klann, Mr. Hugo: 31 Klemann, Miss Ann: 32 Klewer, Bruce: 83,107,109,227 Kline, Paula: 87,227 Kline, Mr. R. C.: 39 Klazar, Barbara: 179 Klugherz, Sandra: 74,87,195 Knott, Cal: 211 Knox, James: 179 Kolb, Mrs. Judith: 21 Kosanke, Jeffrey: 211 Kosky, Linda: 88,90,21I Kovacs, Brigitta: 195 Kraft, Guadalupe: 195 Kraft, Manuel: 211 Kreamer, David: 23,76,227 Kreamer, Lisa: 179 Kreamer, Steven: 105,117,195 Kreamer, William: 195 Kressler, Harry: 195 Krohn, Harold: 195 Krompasky, Miss Hilda: 21 Kuller, Sue: 211 Kurowski, Zofia: 195 Levy, Edward: 211 Lewis, Charles: 180 Lewis, Dorothy: 211 Lewis, Douglas: 228 Lewis, H.: 211 Lewis, Josie: 180 Lewis, Lenora: 195 Lewis, Lindo: 93,195 Lewis, Marvin: 73,103,111,1 Lewis, Monica: 211 Lewis Raymond: 180 Maciulla, Leyvas, Frances: 180 Leyvas, Manny: 228 Leitha, Dorothy: 85,211 Lim, Gim: 195 Lim, Theresa: 75,138,211 Limon, Tony: 96,120,211 Limperis, Mr. Leon: 25 Linarez, Carolyn: 133,211 Lincoln, Erwin: 195 Lindsay, Craig: 217,228 Lira, Gloria: 195 Little, Gregory: 211 Liu, Arthur: 180 Livingston, Mrs. Alice: 21 Lizardi, Miriam: 195 Lizarraga, Albert: 211 Lizarraga, Rene: 211 Llamas, Robert: 211 Lloyd, Catherine: 228 Sequins, ruffles and bows went on display as Girl's League Fashion Show models did the "Skate" to the background music of "The Jury". L Laborin, Patricia: 167,195 Laborin, Tony: 83,102,167,227 La8rie, Diana: 80,227 Lacock, David: 179 Laird, Robin: 88,9O,211 Laird, Stephen: 179 Laird, William: 102,128,227 Lamantia, John: 211 Lamb, Deborah: 133,179 Lamb, Merritt: 179 Lamb, Stephanie: 227 Lanan, Sharon: 74,138,195 Lane, Archie: 179 Lane, Julia: 195 Langford: Kelly: 104,110,116,172,179 Laos, George: 211 Laos, Jeffery: 116,179 Laos, Roy: 90,195 Lara, Diane: 30,67,73,80,211 Lara, Luis: 96,211 Lara, Lupe: 179 Lara, Ronald: 195 Larribas, Hortence: 211 Larriva, Lillian: 211 Larsen, Lindo: 44,143,179 Larsen, Mark: 179 Larsen, Sarah: 195 Larson, Deborah: 179 Larson Larson Douglas: 80,227 Leslie: 129 Lash, Mr. Ralph: 31 Laswell, Mathew: 195 Latcham, Raymond: 211 Lauver, Lorraine: 195 Lauver, Lynn: 227 Lavigne, Mr. Donald: 28,29,188 Lawler, Jay: 195 Lawrence, Robert: 195 Lawrence, Susan: 195 Lawson, Frank: 179 Layton, Phyllis: 227 Laz, Louis: 128,211 Leal, Barbara: 227 Leal, Rose: 227 LeBlanc, Janet: 195 LeBlanc, Robert: 227 250 Lechuga, Yolanda: 195 Lee, Carol: 227 Lee, Mr. Edmund: 26 Lee, Frederick: 211 Lee, Gregory: 63,75,211,214 Lee, Lee, Jeannie: 47,58,227,237 Michael: 76,78,93,179 Lee, Patsy: 45,238 Lee, Poncella: 228 Lee, Robert: 180 Lee, Terry: 180 Lee, Tom: 195 Lem, William: 211 Lemas, James: 228 Lemas, William: 195 Leon, Alba: 228 Leon Albert: 120,121 Leon, Alfred: :ao Leon, Carol: 143,180 Leon, David: 180 Leon Gilbert: 180 Leon, Gloria: 47,228 Leon, Irma: 211 Leon, Jean: 75,195 Leon Maryann: 180 Logan Mr. Gordon: 16,39 Long, 'Larryz 180 Lopez, Adriana: 195 Lopez, Al: 122,123,180 Lopez, Alex: 122,180 Lopez, Alfred: 122,180 Lopez, Angel: 180 Lopez, Barbara: 195 Lopez, Carolyn: 180 Lopez, Cheryl: 195 Lopez, Chris: 180 Lopez, Christine: 180 Lopez, Danny: 228 Lopez, David: 180 Lopez, Diana: 211 Lopez, Diane: 211 Lopez, Dolores: 211 Lopez, Dolores: 211 Lopez, Donald: 122,180 Lopez, Eddie: 195 Lopez, Elizabeth: 180 Lopez, Elvia: 195 Lopez, Fatima: 79,211 Lopez, Frank: 180 Lopez, Frank: 211 Lopez, Frank: 180 Lopez, Gloria: 228 Lopez, Gregory: 211 Lopez, Henry: 228 Lopez, Jesus: 180 Lopez, Jimmy: 122,180 Lopez, Joe: 195 Lopez, Johnny: 125 Lopez, Josephine: 180 Lopez, Juana: 79,229 Lopez, Juanita: 180 Lopez, Linda: 68,195 Lopez, Luis: 180 Lopez, Margaret: 195 Lopez, Maria: 180 Lopez, Mark: 195 Lopez, Olivia: 211 Lopez, Ray: 229 Lopez, Robert: 180 Lopez, Ronnie: 77,180 Lopez, Rudy: 96,105,195 Lopez, Stella: 180 Lopez, Teresa: 229 Loughner, Randy: 180 McBride, Rose: 195 McCandless, Mr. J. Alan: 31 McClain, Timothy: 90,181 McCluskey, Karen: 211 McCormick, Rene: 211 McCracken, Donald: 229 McCullum, Beatrice: 72,80,90,229 McDonald, Judi: 196 McDonald, Lou: 73,195 McFadyen, Debbie: 195 McFarland, Sheila: 181 McGee, Barbara: 78,195 McGee, Sarah: 181 McGhee, Mindy: 96,229 McGlory: Marilyn: 93,181 Mclntosh, Francis: 181 Mclntosh, Mr. James: 21 Mclntyre, Kathryn: 75,195 McKeever, Richard: 195 McKendrick, Dan: 74,83 McKenna, Adeline: 229 McKenna, Beatriz: 181 McKenna, Gloria: 181 McKendrick: Daniel: 68,229 McKesson, Wilbur: 110,181 McKinny, Carolyn: 196 McKinney, Daniel: 181 McLane, Betty: 67,87,229 McLaughlin, Marilyn: 142,211 McLaughlin, Tim: 229 Mcilggn, William: 83,102,118,120,166, McMahon, Danny: 229 McMillen, Kathleen: 78,211 McMillen, Shauna: 131,181 McMillin, Renee: 211 McQuaige, Philip: 129,181 McWold, Tim: 196 M Maben, Mr. Ronald: 34 MacDonald, Darrell: 58,64,83,127,229 MacDonald, Judith: 196 MacFadden, Debbie: 196 Machado , Alfonso: 181 Machado, Joe: 45,103,211,214 Machado vivsan: 73,80,204,211,214 Maciulla,' chfisnneg 229 Patrick: 196 Maddox, Craig: 196 Madero, Ruben: 57,96,211 Madrid, Frank: 105,196 Madrigal, Ruben: 229 Maerker, Bruce: 123,196 Magee, Mickey: 57,196 Magee, Sherry: 229 Maish, Charlie: 211 Maiaica, Eddie: 211 Maialca, Frank: 181 Maialca, Jesus: 229 Maiuta, Patricia: 73,80,196 Maiuta, Ray: 83,120,229 Maldonado, Frederick: 90,181 Malian, Ruben: 93 Mallamo, Mr. John: 14,15 Mallamo, Margaret: 55,56,5B,131,229 Mallams, Elizabeth: 72,ao,9o,229 Mallams, Russell: 181 Mallet, Sheryl: 196 Mallick, David: 196 Malone, Naomi: 211 Mandros, Francine: 196 Mann, Irene: 53,56,58,63,229 Manning, Mrs. Revo: 36 Manriquez, Gloria: 73,196 Manriquez, John: 83,127,229 Manriquez, Thelma: 211 Manspeaker, Debbie: 229 Loughridge, Sheri: 180 Louis, Buner: 195 Lovegreen, George: 180 Lovegreen, Geraldine: 66,79,211 Loveioy, Mary: 141,161,211 Lowe, Norman: 211 Lowe, Rosalva: 96,195 Lowe, William: 180 Lowery, Claudia: 211 Lowery, Kathy: 211 Loya, Erma: 229 Lozano, Rosario: 180 Lozano, Teresa: 75,180 Lucas, Peggy: 180 Lucero, Albert: 93,181 Lucero, David: 181 Lucero, Frank: 195 Lucero, Hector: 229 Lucero, Larry: 122,124,181 Luciano, Vince: 83,125,229,237 Manuel, Frances: 181 MARCHING 100: 94,96,97,154 Mardon, Richard: 181 Mareks, Bruce: 181 Mares, Arnold: 83,120,121 Mares, Richard: 181 Marez, Gilbert: 122,181 Marin, Frank: 96,229 Marin, Gloria: 75,211 Mariotte, Michel: 211 Mariscal, Christina: 181 Mariscal, Danny: 229 Mariscal, David: 181 Mariscal, Mr. Ernest: 22 Mariscal, Frank: 211 Mariscal Freddy: 125211 Markert, Mr. Edward: 21,78 Market, Anthony: 229 Market, Suzanne: 211 Marma, Marcia: 181 Luevano, Maria: 229 Leoni Mary Helen: 27,211 LEON , Mary Helen: vo,z Leon, Patricia: 211 Leon Ralph: 103,211 Leoni Reuben: 180 Leon, Richard: 180 Leon, Robert: 68,83,228 Leon Robert: 195 Leoni Rudy: 129,228 Leon Victoria: 195 Leon, virginia: 131,228 ll Lugo, Jannis: 93,195 Lugo, Thomas: 195 Luian, Cathleen: 181 Luian, Racheal: 211 Luian, Rebecca: 181 Marquardt, Alan: 181 Marquez, Leticia: 196 Marquez, Lorraine: 181 Marquez, Margaret: 87,229 Marsh, Robert: 120,121,229 Marshall, Alice: 230 Marsland, Richard: 130,230 Luke, Alan: 55,58,83,102,162,219,229, 242 Lukosky, James: 181 Lundeen, Dala: 229 Lundeen Jerry: 124 Lesher, Stephen: 90,195 Lesley, Cornell: 211 Lesley, Leroy: 180 LES PETITIS GOURMETS: 72 Lespron, lsma: 211 Lespron, Jesus: 180 Lespron, Victor: 180 LETTERMEN'S CLUB: 82,83,149,150 Leverock, Angela: 195 Levison, Jon: 180 Levitt, James: 84,211 Lundeen, Terry: 124,181 Lusch, Nancy: 195 Lux, Kerry: 181 Lyczynski, Diana: 46,64,72,90,229 LYRES CLUB: 95 Mc McAfee, Susan: 195 McAlister, Larry: 195 McAlpine, Mr. Donald: 39 Martin, Alfonso: 103,114,211 Martin, Andrew: 26,57,77,211 Martin, Craig: 181 Martin, Mr. Don: 21 Martin, Esther: 181 Martin, Miss Harriette: 21 Martin Neil: 77 181 Martin: Mr. Walter R.: 34 Martin William: 181 Martin, Mr. Wilmer D.: 34 Martinez, Amelia: 230 Martinez, Anastacio: 105,111,123,196 Martinez, Arnold: 181 Martinez, Arthur: Martinez, Catalina: 211 Martinez, David: 181 Mendoza Navarro, Joyce: 182 Moraida, David: 182 Martinez, Debra: 181 Martinez, Delma: 196 Martinez, Edilia: 181 Martinez, Elsa: 211 Martinez, Enrique: 181 Martinez, Evelia: 93,211 Martinez, Federico: 181 Martinez, Fernando: 196 Martinez, Frank: 196 Martinez, George: 196 Martinez, George: 196 Martinez, George: 181 Martinez, Gilbert: 105,117,196 Martinez, Gilbert: 127,181 Martinez, Gilbert: 196 Martinez, Gloria: 181,230 Martinez, Henry: 129 Martinez, Helen: 212 Martinez, Jesus: 196 Martinez, Joe: 181 Martinez, Joel: 116,181 Martinez, Lillian: 133,181 Martinez, Lydia: 93,181 Martinez, Mary: 230 Martinez, Norma: 196 Martinez, Olivia: 181 Martinez, Reuben: 230 Martinez, Richard: 181 Martinez, Richard: 212 Martinez, Rosa: 212 Martinez, Roseanna: 212 Martinez, Rosemary: 181 Martinez, Rosemary: 181 Martinez, Ruben: 35 Martinez, Ruth: 196 Martinez, Stella: 212 Martinez, Trinidad: 87,230 Martinez, Marquez Victoria: 196 Leticia: 196 Mendibles, Maria: 212 Mendoza , Jimmy: 181 Mendoza, Luisa: 197 Mendoza . Orl inda: 197 Mendoza, Patricia: 197 Mendoza Pina: 181 Mendozai Ramon: 181 Robert: 212 Mercer, Karen: 80,83,96,230 Mertens, Donald: 230 Mertens, Dwight: 197 Mesa, Arthur: 181 Mesa, Betty: 133,212 Mesa, William: 105,197 Messing, Robert: 55,57,78,127,212 Metz, Joseph: 230 Meza, Joseph: 197,212 Meza, Sylvia: 80,212 Michalegko, Linda: 138,230 Michalegko, Michael: 181 Middleton, Richard: 230 Mikesell, John: 212 Millbrandt, Barbara: 181 Montana, Kellly: 197 Montana, Norma: 182 Montana, Patricia: 197 Montana, Ramon: 96,197 Montenegro, Frances: 74,90,136,231 Montenegro, Susan: 182 Montes, Jose: 182 Montes, Manuela: 197 Montiel, Christina: 197 Montiel, Suzanne: 231 Montoya, Genevieve: 197 Montoya, Herminda: 212 Montoya, Jose: 182 Mooberry, Philip: 212 Natividad, Lydia: 182 Natividad, Teresa: 182 Nava, Daniel: 105 Nava, David: 182 Navarrete, Mary: 213 Navarrette, Christine: 231 Navarrette, Gloria: 182 Navarrette, Patricia: 231 Navarro, Armida: 197 Navarro, Christine: 197 Navarro, Jimmie: 83,231 Navarro, Joe: 182 Navarro, Jae J.: 231 Miller, Carol: 47,230 Miller, Charlene: 181 Miller, Charles: 124,181 Miller, Jeannette: 197 Miller, Johnny: 197 Miller, Marilyn: 197 Miller, Mary: 197 Miller, Raymond: 77,197 Marum, Rose: 196 Marum, Susan: 47,64,230 Mason, Mark: 212 Massey, Marshall: 181 Matas, Ruth: 181 Mathews, Mr. Elden: 19,32 Mathews, Nancy: 72,196 Miller, Richard: 53,59,63,230 Millstone, Joseph: 83,128,230 Millstone, Michael: 28,212 Milton, Alice: 96,197 Milton, Rocky: 181 Minder, Katherine: 74,83,23O Minder, Leanne: 74,181 Minder, Steven: 197 Miner, Sally: 197 Minnitt, Wadine: 197 Matsushino, Anne: 50,55,56,58,230,237 Matsushino, Gilbert: 93,96,155,212 Matte, Carol: 74,93,196 Matteson, Matthews Matthews Matthews Matthews Jennifer: 74,181 , Donald: 103,212 , Mr. Elden: 19 , Ervin: 196 , Linda: 212 Obregon, Steve: 232 Matthews, Patsy: 90,228,230 Mattis, Jack: 230 Mattock, Erma Jean: 181 Miranda, Elizardo: 106,107,108,230 Miranda Miranda Miranda Miranda , Jacqueline: 181 , Jesus: 197 : Leticia: 197 , Mr. Mike: 22,73 Miranda, Yolanda: 182 Mirazo, Mirazo, Jesus: 197 Mary: 230 Mireles, Thomas: 182 Misner, Misner, Gloria: 57,90,212 Priscilla: 57,139,197 Mitchell, Dennis: 212 Mitchell, Jerry: 103,212 Mitchell, Leslie: 212 Mitchell, Mary: 212 Mock, Cynthia: 230 Moore, Billy: 231 Moore, Donna: 182 Moore, Duane: 68,69,74,75,76,231 Moore, Kathleen: 59,231 Moore , Raymond: 130,212 Moore, Victoria: 23,212 Mooth art, John: 127,212 Navarro, Patricia: 197 Nelson, Alette: 213 Nelson, Connie: 213 Nelson, David: 105,197 Nelson, Donald: 96,197 Nelson, Gerald: 182 Nelson Nelson , Mrs. Margaret: 20 Marlee: 143,182 Morales, Elda: 231 Morales, Joe: 212 Morales, Marylou: 75,136,138,197 Morales, Peter: 182 Morales, Mr. Tony: 25,107,10B,157 Morales, Willie: 83,102,107,120,209,212 Moran, Margaret: 182 Moreira, Neusa: 212 Moreno, Avilia: 182 Moreno, Betty: 197 Moreno, Carlos: 96 Moreno, David: 182 Moreno, Edward: 124,231 Moreno, Elaine: 231 Moreno, Eugene: 122,182 Moreno, Frank: 212 Moreno, Frank: 212 Moreno, Helen: 231 Moreno, Jesus: 231 Moreno, John: 231 Moreno, Lydia: 197 Moreno, Manuel: 182 Moreno, Raul: 182 Nelsoni Ricky: 197 Netherton, Linda: 74,78,197 Neuman, Jack: 213 Newman, Terenthia: 197 Newmark, Carol: 72,182 Newmark, Dorothy: 213 Nichols, Charles: 231 Nicholson, Mr. Larmer: 20,21 Nickelson, Freddy: 213 Niehaus, Mr. Duane: 28 Niemi, Mr. Arthur: 39,128 Nier, Mrs. Lenore: 20 Noble, Janet: 27,141,213 Nobles, Esther: 197 Noriega, Henry: 231 Noriega, Sylvia: 213 Norzagaray, Anival: 182 Norzagaray, Patsy: 213 Novosel, Donna: 182 Nunez, Alfed: 96,197 Nunez, Damian: 182 Nunez, Frank: 197 Nunez, Raymond: 213 Nunez, Robert: 182 Moreno, Virginia: 182 Morey, Gary: 231 Morgan, Timothy: 182 Morones, Connie: 182 Morones, Joey: 197 Morones, Teresita: 182 Morphew, Mr. Gordon: 26,27 Morris, Patricia: 212 Morris, Richard: 110,117,182 Morris, Robert: 44,102,231,242 Morris, Ronald: 103,212 Mosteiro, Miss Elinor: 22 Nunez, William: 213 Nussbaum, Wayne: Nussman, James: 231 O Oakes, Craig: 80,213 Obregon, Albert: 182 Obregon, Margaret: 133,134,213 Obregon, Miguel: 231 Obregon, Richard: 93,95,96,231 Mattson, Andrea: 212 Mattson, Colleen: 181 Matus, Jacinto: 212 Maugans, Mr. William: 28 Maxon, Lee: 74,196 Mayes, Hattie: 212 Mockler, Miss Ann: 16 Moeller, Karen: 230 MODEL UNITED NATIONS: 54,222 Mohr, Mark: 182 Mohr, William: 114,124,212 Molander, Christine: 90,212 Mayes, Robert: 181 Mayfield, Mr. Oliver: 151,225,240 Mead, Edward: 181 Mead, James: 230 Meads, Carole: 181 Medford, Bobby: 230 Medina, Bernice: 181 28,102,103,114, Meehan, Joseph: 197 Meier, Mrs. Leona: 20 Meiia, Eugene: 197 Melillo, Marcelline: 212 Melton,, Linda: 138,230 Melton, Lorraine: 197 Mendez Leandro: 197 Mendez' Leticia: 181 Mendez, Manny: 230 Mendez, Michael: 122,181 Mendez, Ronald: 230 Molera, Roy: 182 Molera, Velma: 230 Molina, Angelita: 212 Molina, Angel: 90 Molina, Barbara: 212 Molina, Gilbert: 117,197 Molina, Gilbert R.: 116,182 Molina, Grace: 79,93,230 Molina, Grace: 197 Molina, Michael: 182 Molina, Norma: 93,197 Molina, Patsy: 182 Molina, Ruben: 197 Molina, Victor: 197 Molina Yolanda: 182 Mounce, Deborah: 231 Mounce, Terri: 142,197 Mulrow, Patrick: 231 Munday, Gary: 114,212 Munoz, Anna: 197 Munoz, Arturo: 197 Munoz, Frank: 197 Munoz, Lillian: 231 Munoz, Marcelino: 105,197 Munoz, Marta: 182 Munoz, Marti: 231 Munoz, Mary: 197 Munoz, Stephen: 122,182 Ochoa, Christine: 75,197 Ochoa, Edward: 102,112,114,213 Ochoa, Hope: 197 Ochoa, Margaret: 232 Ochoa, Margaret: 232 Ochoa, Ochoa Norma: 232 Raymond: 105,197 Ochoa: Virginia: 182 O'Dell Deborah: 182 odomf Michael: 110,122,123,182 O'Hag O'Hag O'Hag in, Barbara: 182 in, Kathleen: 213 in, Mary Cecelia: 232 Narcho, Gary: 117,197 Mendibles, Michael: 212 Troubled students relaxed and viewed past college year- lems with their counselors. Also available were books, Mendoza, Albert: 116,181 Mendoza, Angelita: 181 Mendoza, Angie: 181 Mendoza, Eddie: 181 Mendoza, Frank: 103,212 Moncivaiz, Beniamin: 96,230 Moncivaiz, Naomi: 182 Mongeluzo, Gary: 182 Monreal, Dolores: 230 Montana, Daniel: 212 Montano, Daniel: 182 Montana, Irma: 230 Montana, Johnny: 6B,75,163,230,243 Murietta, Mary: 197 Murolo, Mrs. Romana: 22 Murrietta, Frank: 182 Murtagh, James: 212 Muterspaugh, Brooks Jr.: 197 Myers, John: 197 Myers, Sondra: 182 Myers, Sandra P.: 182 Myrick, Clifford: 122,182 Myslicki, Stefan: 93,96,130,197 N O'Hagin, Patricia: 197 O'Hara, Carlos: 181 Olalde, Maria: 213 Oldtather, Ardeth: B7 Oldfather, Rodrick: 75,79,232 Olea, Guadalupe: 182 Oliva, Fernando: 182 Olivas, Beverly: 182 Olivas, Diane: 197 Olivas, Edward: 197 Olivas, Gerard: 182 Olivas, Lupe: 213 NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE: 78 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: 58,159 Natividad, Francisco: 213 Olivas, Peter: 197 Olivas, Rebecca: 182 Olsen, Kathy: 131,213 Olson, Ronald: 182 O'Malley, David: 182 O'MaIIey, Robert: 232 Ondo, Barbara: 182 books as they waited to discuss future plans and prob- catalogues and other helpful information Ontiveros, Martha: 213 Orantez, Rudy: 213 ORCHESTRA: 92,93 Orduno, Danny: 182 Ormsby, Arnold: 182 Ormsby, Cornelia: 83,102,232 Ormsby, David: 197 Ormsby Ralph: 105,197 Ornelas, Art: 103 Ornelia, Anna: 182 Orona, Toni: 213 Orozco, Jacinto: 103,213,214 Orozco, Patricia: 182 Ortega, Lupe: 232 Ortega, Sammy: 232 Ortega, Susanne: 141,213 Ortiz, Bethina: 182 Ortiz, Celso: 232 Ortiz, Edward: 232 Ortiz, Eva: 182 Ortiz, James: 197 Ortiz, Janie: 213 Ortiz, Joseph: 213 Ortiz, Mary: 232 Ortiz, Martha: 93,197 Ortiz, Norma: 197 Ortiz, Oceas: 126,127,232 Ortiz, Richard: 182 Ortiz, Richard: 103,213 Ortiz, Mr. Robert: 39,1l4,116,117,124 Ortiz, Ortiz, Robert: 114,213 Robert: 197 Ortiz, Robert: 117,213 Ortiz, Robert: 182 Ortiz, Robert: 122,182 Ortiz, Ruben: 232 Ortiz, Susanna: 182 Ortiz, Sylvia: 182 Ortiz, Victor: 213 Osborn, Harry: 213 Osborn, Richard: 182 Osment, Jeannie: 197 Osollo, David: 90,213 Osolla, Diana: 233 Otero, Humberto: 111,123,197 Otero, Juana: 197 Otero, Mary: 182 Otero, Rosario: 233 Otke, Barbara: 233 Otto, John: Otto, Kimberly: 213 Owen, Ceci: 133,138,213 Owen, Lucy: 233 Owen, Robert: 213 P Pacheco, Ruben: 213 Pacho, Estella: 75,197 Padias, Frank: 127,197 Padias, Joe: 52,53,56,59,127,233 Padias, Rudy: 125,213 Padilla, Margaret: 197 Padilla, Richard: 96,198 149,150,151,152,233 Robles Paez, Connie: 182 Page, lvan: 198 Page, Janeen: 182 Paiten, Patricia: 233 Palacio, John: 57,105,123,198 Palma, Lawrence: 198 Palmer, Warren: 103,213 Palomino, Jose: 182 Palomino, Lidia: 213 Palomino, Mary: 182 Pantier, Jennifer: 198 Papousek, Barbara: 213 Paramo, Rita: 198 Paredes, Mona: 47,80,136,198 Paredes, Oscar: 83,114,125,219,233,237 Parga, Alma: 198 Parish, Debra: 133,182 Park, Jackie: 182 Parker, Richard: 213 Parks, Joy: 213 Parks, Virginia: 183 Parmley, Terry: 183 Parsons, Gail: 213 Pasternack, Rachael: 198 Pasternack, Roland: 49,59,94,96,233 Patino, Adolfo: 198 Patino, Erlinda: 183 Patina, Raymond: 198 Pattison, David: 57,214 Pattison, Ralph: 198 Payne, Patricia: 214 Payne, Timothy: 198 Pecktol, Larry: 183 Pecktol, Richard: 233 Pedersoli, Eddie: 233 Pedersoli, Vincent: 183 Peete, Cedric: 198 Peete Rochelle: 233,237 Peete: Roselle: 233,237 Pelayo, Rosalinda: 183 Pena, Armando: 183 Pena, Emily: 183 Pena, Juanita: 183 Pena, Patricia: 233 Pena, Rena: 183 Pena, Rmalina: 214 Pena, Sandy: 233 Pena, Sylvia: 214 Pena, Terry: 198 Pence, David: 214 Pennington, Robby: 183 Penni ngton, Rosabell: 214 PEP CLUB: 75 Percival, Keith: 198 Percival, Mary: 138,183 1 PINNACLE: 56,57 Pinnavaia, Adrian: 138,233 PIROUETTES: 138 Pittman, Kathleen: 90,166,169,233 Plasse, David: 198 Pod, Norma Dean: 41 Polanco, Carmen: 93,133,214 Polanco, Magdalena: 183 Pollock, Dean: 130,149,198 Pollock, Mark: 198 Pompa, David: 183 Pope, Gail: 214 Porras, Salvador: 183 Porto, Rosangela: 198 Postillion, Frank: 55,107,214 Powell, Arthur: 127,198 Powell, Monica: 233 Powell, Vikki: 87,93,198 Richards, Barry: 130,199 Richards, Mike: 199 Richelson, Gary: 199 Richelson, Harvey: 16,46,76,77,167 222 234,237 Ricks, Carol: 199 Rico, Felix: 184 Rico, Frances: 184 Rico, George: 234 Ridgnal, Janet: 93,184 Prado, Gabriel: 183 Pratt, Mary: 78,214 Preciado, Bartolo: 183 Preciado, Margaret: 214 Prentice, Mr. Don: 25 Preston, Barbara: 214 Preston, Mr. Lamond: 16,161 Riesgo, Armando: 199 Riesgo, Riesgo, Arnulfo: 184 Beniamin: 215 Riesgo, David: 31,129,234 Riesgo, Debra: 215 Riesgo, Frances: 215 Riesgo, Martha: 199 Riesgo, Patricia: 234 Riesgo, Rosemary: 141,160,165,234 Riesgo, Susan: 184 Rigg, Anne: 55,215 Riley, Bonnie: 215 Riley, Charles: 234 Riley, Darlene: 139,199 Riley, David: 76,77,96,228,234 Perez, Antonia: 198 Perez, Camilo: 198 Perez, Cecilia: 233 Perez, Chris: 183 Perez, David: 198 Perez, Henry: 123,198 Perez, Jo Ann: 141,214 Perez, Jose: 39,183 Perez Margaret: 233 Perez, Maria: 183 Perez, Mary: 183 Perez, Olga: 198 Perez, Rosa: 198 Perez, Suzy: 214 Perez Sylvia: 198 Price, Delano: 106,107,108,231,233 Price, Floyd: 183 Price, Karen: 184 Price, Mike: 184 PRINCIPAL: 15 Priser, Karol: 138,233 Przybyl, Mrs. Violet: 31 Puntenney, Jeri: 198 Purdie, Lilli: 141,214 Perkins, Hubbert: 101,102,214 Pernell, John: 198 Perotti, Gloria: 233 Pesqueira, David: 214 Pesqueira, Ernest: 183 Purvis, Debra: 44,74,142,149,153,15 Purvis, Patricia: 45,74,142,198 Q 8,233 Riley, Harold: 46,56,96,234 Rios, Edward: 184 Rios, Guillermo: 215 Ries, Julie: 184 Rios, Manuel: 184 Rivas, Rosario: 234 Pesqueira, Margaret: 214 Peters Dwi ht: 103 233 Quan, Audrey: 184 QUARTERLY: 67,166,167 Quesada, Sylvia: 198 1 9 I Peters, Elaine: 198 Peters, Margaret: 79,183 Petersen, Connie: 198 Petersen, Deborah: 76,138,183 Peterson, Mr. Jack: 21 Petersen, Robert: 183 Petropoulos, Jimmy: 198 Petropoulos, Rita: 214 Petroshus, James: 214 Petroshus, Joe: 101,102,107,108,121,233 Petroshus, Judith: 183 Petsch, Kenneth: 198 Peyron, Aida: 183 Peyron, Luis: 198 Peyron, Martin: 214 Quevedo, Theresa: 141,214 Quihuis, Albert: 233 Quihuis, Alice: 233 Quihuis, Becky: 214 Quiiada, Leonicia: 214 Quinlan, Charles: 184 Quintanar, Martha: 233 Quintanar, Raymond: 90,198 Quintas, Gloria: 138,233 Quintero, Deborah: 184 Quiroz, Armando: 198 Quiroz, Migdalia: 83,141,214 Quiroz, Pauline: 198 Quiroz, Richard: 214 Quiroz, Robert: 105,123,198 Rae, Mrs. Grace: 17,79 Rivera, Barbara: 96,234 Rivera, Carole: Rivera, Frank: 117 Rivera Gloria: 184 Rivera, Laura: 215 Rivera, Louis: 105,199 Rivera, Lydia: 199 Rivera, Richard: 184 Rivera, Robin: 131 Rivera, Tony: 184 Rivera, Victor: 103,214,215 Rivera, Walter: 199 Rivero Ruben: 184 Rivers, Garth: 199 Roberts, Shirley: 235 Robinson, Mrs. Betty: 40 Robles, Adela: 235 Robles Cathy: 184 Roblesz Danny: 96,199 Robles Edilia: 235 Roblesi Elizabeth: 184 Robles Ermelinda: 93,184 Robles, Frank: 199,215 Robles George: 199 Robles, Gerardo: 235 Robles, Henry: 235 Robles, lsabel: 199 Robles, James: 184 Peyton, Frank: 76,96,233 Phillips, Margaret: 93,198 Phillips, Randy: 103,214 Piccoli, Julie: 45,49,55,56,59,63,142, Pielacha, Steve: 183 Pierson, Drusilla: 198 Pierson, John: 183 Piery, Charlene: 90,233 Piery, Darlene: 183 Piery, Germaine: 183 Rallis, Amanda: 233 Rallis, Barbara: 214 Robles, Judith: 235 Robles, Lydia: 68,235 After Tucson High's loss to the Douglas Bulldogs, Linebacker Armando Valente congratulated a Douglas player for the victory over the Badgers. Ramirez, Arthur: 198 Ramirez, Carmen: 233 Ramirez, David: 184 Ramirez, Frank: 103,214 Ramirez Gustavo: 124,214 Ramirez, Hector: 233 Ramirez, Hector R.: 234 Ramirez, Manny: 234 Ramirez, Ralph: 198 Ramirez, Rene: 184 Ramirez, Robert: 198 Ramirez, Sylvia: 184 Ramonett, Rebecca: 184 Ramos, Albert: 214 Ramos, Frank: 184 Ramos, Gilbert: 96,105,111,123,198 Ramos, Grace: 79,234 Ramos, John: 214 Ramos, Jose: 184 Ramos, Patsy: 215 Ramos, Rosa: 184 Ramos, Rose Ann: 184 Rangel Hector: 105,117,198 Robles Manuel: 105 199 Robles, Manuel F.: 235 Robles, Priscilla: 68,75,215 Rosita: 199 Roda, Mr. Tony: 14,15,147 Rodeo Queen: 165 Rodeo Queen Attendants: 164 Rodeo Queen Semi-Finalist: 160 Rangel, Olivia: 215 Rappeport, Jon: 184 Rau, David: 198 Rauh, Katherin: 88,90,142,143,215 Ray, Gary: 184 Ray, Michael: 63,73,215 Ray, Roy: 103,215 RED CROSS COUNCIL: 46,47 Redd, Ada: 90,142,198 Redmond, Joe: 105,117 Redmond, John: 107 Reed, Althea: 215 Reed, Linda: 234 Reed, Louise: 93,138,198 Reed, Owen: 234 Reed, Patricia: 234 Reed, Robin: 131,198 Reed, Wayne: 198 Reeder, Yolanda: 184 Reever, Gregory: 234 Reid, Pamela: 234 Reidy, M.-try: 4:,4e,s2,sa,s6,s9,67,234 Reidy, Therese: 32,46,198 Reis, Mary: 66,68,75,234 Reiser, Valerie: 184 Rendon, Tina: 184 Rendon, Sally: 199 Romero, David: 112,114,124,235 Reyesi Michelle: 184 252 Rente ia, Alfredo: 125,199 Y Reyes, Alice: 75,79,234 Reyes, Beniamin: 184 Reyes, Cindy: 184 Reyes Joe: 215 Reyes, Sandy: 234 Reynolds, Penny: 234- Rhodes, Mr. Lynn: 28,47 Rich, John: 199 Rodgers, D awn: 215 Rodriguez, Anna M. 199 Rodriguez, Armando: 199 Rodriguez, Cecilia: 138,235 Rodriguez, Connie: 184 Rodriguez, David: 199 Rodriguez, Diane: 184 Rodriguez, Elaine: 184 Rodriguez, Elizabeth: 235 Rodriguez, Estevan: 215 Rodriguez, Frank M.: 199 Rodriguez, Frank R.: 235 Rodriguez, Gilbert: Rodriguez, Jeannie: 235 Rodriguez, Jesus: 215 Rodriguez, Joe: 199,215 Rodriguez, John: 184,199 Rodriguez, Joseph: 127 Rodriguez, Linda: 184 Rodriguez, Lucy: 235 Rodriguez, Manuel: 184 Rodriguez, Maria: 235 Rodriguez, Mark: 56,68,235 Rodriguez, Miguel: 184 Rodriguez, Peter: 235 Rodriguez, Priscilla: 184 Rodriguez, Rodney: 184 Rodriguez, Rosemary: 199 Rodriguez, Ruben: 215 Rodriguez, Rudy: 68,235 Rodriguez, Socorro: 184 Rodriguez, Stella: 215 Rodriguez, Sylvia D.: 199,235 Rodriguez, Sylvia N.: 199 Rodriguez Vivian: 184 Roeding, Charlene: 199 Roman, John: 78,199 Romero, Angel: 200 Romero, Antonia: 235 Romero, Arnold: 184 Romero, Baudelio: 235 Romero, Bernadina: 185 Romero Carmenlita: 185 Cecilia: 185 , Romero, Romero Dalia: 185 Romero, David A.: 215 Romero, Diana: 200 Romero, Dora: 185 Romero, Miss E. Virginia: 39 Romero Eddie: 215 Romero: Ernesto: 215 Students in Miss Sages' fifth period study hall class snickered as they watched taking roll. Second semester brought mountains of schedule changes and new their teacher spend an entire hour making changes in her gradebook and names to mispronounce, another source of amusement. Romero, Hector: 185 Romero, John: 185 Romero Romero , Marie: 215 , Maria: 215 Romero, Mary: 200 Romero Miguel: 200 Romero, Olivia: 215 Romero, Patsy: 200 Romero, Peter: 235 Romero, Raul: 200 Romero, Ray: 200 Romero, Raymond: 215 Romero, Rebecca: 215 Romero, Richard: 200 Romero, Rosalina: 185 Romero Vicente: 235 Romero f waifer: 235 Roma, Beatrice: 215 Romo, Christine: 68,235 Romo, David: 105,200 Romo, Manuel: 200 Romo, Norma: 185 Romo, Paul: 96,215 Romo, Reynaldo: 215 Salonic, Patti: 185 Romo, Robert: 185 Romo, Rudy: 235 Romo, Terry: 185 Rosales, Gloria: 215 Rosales, Juanita: 185 Rosenberg, Jeffrey: 235 Rosenberg, Shelley: 73,83,200 Ross, Brenda: 90,215 Ross, Linda: 200 Ross, Michael: 185 Rossini, Christine: 141,215 Rossini, Francisco: 235 Roth, Stephen: 200 Raw, Mrs. Wendy: 31 Rubi, Gale: 185 Rubin, Robert: 111,200 Rubinstein, David: 96,235 Rubinstein, Richard: 200 Ruelas Rubio, Rucker George: 105,114,117,200 , Mary: 93,200 Ruelas, Fran k: 235 Ruelas Ignacio: 105,200 Ruelas, Lorena: 185 , Ralph: 185 Ruiz, Arthur: 185 Ruiz, David: 215 Saenz, Norma: 96,215 Saenz, Robert: 34,200 Saenz, Ruben: 235 Sage, Miss Kathleen: 32 Salas, Alice: 185 Salas, Belen: 215 Salas, Jesse: 200 Salas, Margie: 200 Salas, Richard: 120,215 Salazar, Alfred: 185 Salazar, Caroline: 80,96,236 Salazar, David: 185 Salazar, Marcos: 185 Salazar, Ralph: 215 Salazar, Yolanda: 215 Salcido, Allen: 200 Salcido, Cecilia: 236 Salcido, Salcido, Salcido, Soldivar Geronino: 68,215 Lupe: 200 Wayne: 117 Gloria: 236 Soldivar, Patricia: 200 Salgado, Salgado, Joseph: 236 Maria: 185 Salinas, Adolfo: 90,185 Salisbury, Angela: 215 Salmon, Eleazar: 200 Salomon, Gloria: 185 Salonic, Linda: 96,193,200 Salonic, Miriam: 47,63,70,73,78,222,236 Salt, Tully: 125,215 Salvador, Arcadia: 215 Salvatierra, Jonathan: 88,90,185 Salvatierra, Laura: 215 Salzer, Miss Jeanne: 21 Samaniego, Theresa: 200 Samorano, Raymond: 185 Samorano, Sammy: 236 Schreiner, William: 185 Schuster, Gerald: 185 Schwartz, Linda: 78,214,215 Schwartz, Renee: 236 Schwartz, Richard: 185 Schwellnus, Helga: 215 Scott, Kevin: 185 scott, Kirk: 57,215 Scott, Margaret: 50,54,56,59,93,95,96, 236 scan, Nancy: 62,o3,7s,e3,214,215 Scott, Richey: 185 Seamands, Mrs. Lois: 28,29 Seaton, Cheryl: 236 Seaton, Nancy: 215 Sebastian, Christine: 185 Sedlack, Donna: 96,236 Segerstrom, Mr. R. Ed: 85 Seidl, Tekla: 67,236 Selby, Mrs. Doris: 36,37 Senior Cabinet: 237 Senior Class Officers: 218,219 Senior Councilmen: 45 Senn, Thomas: 200 Sepulveda, Diane: 185 Sepulveda, Luis: 200 Serrano, Maria: 215 Severs, Vernella: 215 Sfarnas, Patricia: 185 Shaffer, Mark: 214,215 Sharpe, Elizabeth: 80,200 Sharpe, Frederick: 185 Smith, Jamie: 185 Smith, Kay: 63,73,216 Smith, Leah: 200 Smith, Lynne: 185 Smith, Margaret: 73,200 Smith, Mary: 90,200 Smith, Mark: 185 Smith, Michael: 185 Smith, Mitchell: 216 Smith, Miss R. Frances: 16,159 Smith, Richard: 96,216 Smith, Raseanna: 185 Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith , Royce: 73,200 Ruby: 2oo f stephen: 236 , susan: 56,63,73,75,236 , Vicki A.: zoo Vicki L.: 200 smnhe, Holly: 216 Smithson, Debra: 96,200 Snell, Kenneth: 200 Snyder, Mary: 200 Snyder, Susan: 200 Snyder, Danna: 90,236 Sobye, Gerald: 200 Sago, Mr. Glen: 74,75 Soltero, Dina: 56,59,83,236 Soltero, Elma: 201 SONGLEADERS: 140,141,148 Sooter, Christine: 136,216 Sooter, Jennifer: 74,136,216 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: 188,189 Shaw, Andre: 185 Shaw, Bruce: 236 Shaw, Francis: 113,210,215 Shaw, Frederick: 90 SOPHOMORE COUNCl LMEN: 45 Ruiz, David iz. 4a,49,59,9a,94,9s,9a, 157,232,235,237 Sandin, Mr. Robert: 34 Som' Ruiz, Dolores: 215 Ruiz, George: 200 Ruiz, Gloria: 93, Ruiz, James: 117 Ruiz, Jose: 200 Ruiz, Mack: 93,200 Ruiz, Molly: 235 Ruiz, Norma: 200 Ruiz Ramon: 185 Ruiz, Robert: 90 Ruiz, Rosario: 200 Ruiz, Virginia: 235 Rushing, Mary: 200 Rusk, Mr. Robert: 34,80 Russell, Hubert: 200 Russell, Pat: 200 Russo, Christine: 215 Rutter, Mr. Andrew: 21 Ryan, Daniel: 185 Ryan, Michael: 185 S Saba, Mr. Jean: 28 Sabourin, Donald: 185 Satlier, Carole: 200 Sadlouskos, Deborah: 185 Saenz, Antonio: 93,96,215 Saenz, Edward: 200 Saenz, Gary: 185 Saenz, Mario: 235 Sanchez, Sanchez, Albert: 185 Bertha: 93,200 Sanchez, Ernestine: 200 Sanchez, Ernest: 185 Sanchez, Inez: 215 Sanchez, Joe: 110,122,185 Sanchez, Jose: 114,215 Sanchez, Juliette: 236 Sanchez, Louisa: 93,200 Sanchez, Louis: 215 Sanchez, Lucille: 236 Sanchez, Lupe: 185 Sanchez, Maria: 215 Sanchez, Mike: 215 Sanchez, Olga: 236 Sanchez, Oscar: 215 Sanchez, Rafaela: 93,200 Sanchez, Vickie: 200 Sanchez, Victor: 200 Sanchez, Virginia: 185 Sanders, Benny: 102,114,115,236 Sandoval, Maria: 200 Santamarina, Helen: 200 Santa Marina, Mike: 215 Santa Maria, Sally: 236 Santamarina, Linda Sue: 200 Santamarina, Lupita: 200 Saufley, Roger: 105,200 Saufley, Thomas: 83,236 Saxe, Mr. Paul: 34 Scanland, Brian: 44,46,55,128,154,236 Scarafiotti, Pete: 200 Schadl, Charles: 200 Schadl, Diana: 236 Schaede, Barry: 200 Scharnow, Howard: 185 Schenck, Bonnie: 200 Schenck, Nancy: 236 Schleiger, James: 105,117,200 Schneiker, Conrad: 215 Schneiker, Katherine: 190,200 Schnepp, Jeff: 73,236 Scholcz, Edwin: 77,215 Shaw, Ruth: 185 Shearer, Sandra: 236 Sheehan, Mr. Edward: 28 Sheliekes, Larry: 215 Skenkarow, Richard: 200 Shepard, Henrietta: 133,185 Sheraw, Nancy: 236 Sherfield, J. C.: 185 Sherman, Lynne: 200 Shift, Sanford: 129,185 Shiff, Suzanne: 64,7O,236 Shirley, Mrs. Dorothy: 25,228 Shivers, Carolyn: 57,215 Shockley, Donna: 185 Shoemaker, Karen: 185 Sholley, Gary: 80,83,129,215 Sholley, Karen: 185 Shores, John: 200 Shuckerow, Nancy: 93,200 Sicre, Martha: 236 Sievers, Jerome: 72,200 Sievert, Kevin: 57,83,93,128,214,215 Silvas, Daniel: 185 Silvers, Catherine: 73,185 Simental, Jose: 123,200 Simkins, Byron: 215 Simmons, Louise: 200 Simmons, Wallace: 107,109,236 Simms, Lawrence: 116,185 SKI CLUB: 74,75 Skinner, Barbara: 215 Sladek, Donna: 200 Slankard, Sharon: 215 Slankard, Shirley: 185 Slaughter, Russell: 90,215 Slonaker, Debra: 185 Slonaker, Susan: 31,96,236 Smalley, Charles: 216 Smalley, Eleanor: 185 Smalling, Gary: 216 Smalling, Susan: 200 Soqui, Antonio: 73,216 Sosa, Juanita: 216 Soto, Albert: 185 Soto, Annette: 216 Soto, Anthony: 201 Soto, Barbara: 216 Soto, Charles: 201 Soto, Dorothy: 185 Soto, Frances: 201 Soto, Frank: 105,201 Soto, Gloria: 185 Soto, Josefa: 236 Soto, Mary: 216 Soto, Michael: 236 Soto, Norma: 185 Soto, Orfeliza: 185 sow, Philip: 129,201 Soto, Richard: 185 Soto, Rudolph: 116 Soto Rudy: 117,185,237 , Soto, Sand ra: 64,811,237 Soto, Sally Ann: 201 Soto, Theresa: 216 Souders, James: 185 Soukup, David: 76,185 Souther, Bebette: 216 Souther, Mari: 201 Debo: 131,201 Soza, Phillip: 103,216 Sparks, Linda: 201 Spears, William: 125,216 Spiegel, Ellis: 185 Stafford, John: 201 STAGEHANDS: 85 Stanich, Mikel: 127,216 Stanich, Stanley: 70,128,237 Stanion, Charles: 83,125,237 Stanton, Teresa: 216 STAR-CITIZEN REPORTERS: 70,71 Steele, Bruce: 93,96,237 Steele, Mr. Charles: 32,33,94,95,97 Steger, Mrs. Margaret: 39,133,135 Steichen, Sue: 64,216 Steichen, Tom: 185 Smith Smith, Smith smifhf Charlene: 236 Smith, , Ch rya: 88,90,200 Deborah: 185 Elissa: 200 Mr. Harry: 39,103,129 Steiner, Mr. Joe: 24,25,77,172 Steinhoff, Sarah: 237 Stellburg, Susan: 216 Stension, Linda: 96,261 Stephan, Norman: 185 Sterngast, David: 186 Willhoite, Mary: 217 Wilson Sterns, Patrick: 237 Stevenson, John: 59,237 Stewart, Miss Laurie: 21 Stewart, Myron: 201 Stewart, Thelma: Stickley, Linda: 201 Stickley, Martin: 237 Still, Carol: 50,51,56,59,64,90,237 Stockey, James: 186 Stockwell, Rex: 186 Stone, Bernard: 186 Stone, John: 216 Stone, Nola: 186 Stone, Pete: 186 Stopa, Kathy: 216 Stong, Darlene: 133,186 Strongin, Timothy: 105,114,115,1l7,201 Stubbs, Scott: 186 STUDENT BODY OFFICERS: 44 STUDENT COUNCIL: 44,45 STUDENT COURT: 47 Stump, Alan: 201 Suarez, Eloina: 237 Suarez, Stephen: 79,216 Suells, Henry: 186 Sugarman, Kenneth: 237 Suiszez, Esteban: 186 Sullivan, Mary: 186 Sullivan, Ruth: 72,186 Sumerau, Allen: 237 Sumner, William: 74,77,201 Sutterley, Keith: 74,83,130,237 Swanson, Robert: 237 Swanson, Valerie: 87,237 Sweeney, Mrs. Kay: 39 SWIMMING: 128 SWING BAND: 232 Swisher, David: 186 Switzer, Paul: 237 Sylvester, Penny: 74,141,216 Towne, Richard: 110,186 Track, Freshman: 116,117 TRACK, JUNIOR VARSITY: 117 TRACK, VARSITY: 112,114 Traister, Mr. Charles: 16 Traslavina, Jo: 216 Travers, Walter: 202 Traylor, Larry: 96,114,216 Traylar, Shirley: 87,238 Treat, Lucinda: 202 Treat, Mary: 238 Treio, Anna: 96,216 Treio, Bernie: 116,186 Treio, Nicholas: 216 Treio Rosenna: 73 202 Trifan, Donna: 57,216 Tromble, John: 186 Truiillo, Ercilla: 216 Truiillo, Frank: 122,186 Truiillo, John: 105,123,202 Truiillo, Juanita: 202 Truiillo, Margaret: 202 Truiilla, Stephen: 76,77,96,238 Tucker, Peter: 202 Vasquez, Rachel: 238 Vassiliev, Walter: 199,238 Vazquez, Martha E.: 44 Vazquez, Victor: 216 Vega, Jose: 96,216 Vega, Philip: 216 Vega, Robert: 186 Vega, Yolanda: 186 Velasco, Frank: 186 Velaso, Beniamina: 202 Velez, Tony: 202 Veloz, Jesusita: 186 Verdugo, Daniel: 186 Verdugo, Roy: 238 Verdusco, Oscar: 202 Verduzco, Richard: 216 Vermette, Barbara: 216 Versakos, Nancy: 216 Vidal, Arlene: 83,139,168,216 Vidal, John: 202 Vielma, Juan: 186 Vilarde, Paul: 186 Villa, Maria: 186 Wilka, Sh irley: 79,187 Wilkerson, Darla: 96,190,203 Wilkerson Wilkerson Wilkerson Wilkinson Wilkinson Denise: 149 153 239 :Jerry: 187 ' ' , Terry: 187 , Brad: 239 Randall: 187 WilIhoite,lLucy: 187 Williams, Williams, Williams, Donna: 187 Eddie: 187 John: 56,128,239 Williams, Lonnie: 116,187 Williams, Mary: 239 Williams, Margie: 217 Williams, Michael: 77 Williams, Ruby: 160,239 Willis, Larry: 105,111,117,203 wims, Lill ie: 187 Willis, Paula: 217 Willis, Roger: 187 Wilmore, James: 203 Wilmore, Linda: 187 TUCSONIAN: 63 TUCSONIAN QUEEN: 150,151,152 TUCSONIAN QUEEN ATTENDANTS: 150,151,153 Tunis, Rebecca: 186 Tupiken, Josiefina: 216 Tuttle, Charles: 216 TWIRLERS: 138,139 TWIRP KING: 162 Tye, Herschel: 216 U Underwood, Julie: 90,93 Underwood, Mary: 238 Urbaleio, Mary: 216 Urbano, Humberto: 186 Villalobos, Diana: 216 Villalobos Villasenor , Gerald: 186 , James: 186 Villasenor, Juanita: 202 Villasenor, Margaret: 186 Villasenor, Robert: 217 Wilson, Debra: 57,203 Wilson, Eva: 187 Wilson, Kathy: 187 Wilson, Mr. Lawrence: 28 Wilson, Marie: 217 Wilson, Marilyn: 187 Wilson, Patricia: 187 , Wayne: 217 Villasenor, Ruben: 238 Villegas, Daniel: 125,217 Villegas, James: 186 Villegas, Joseph: 186 Villegas, Lauro: 217 Villegas, Lennie: 202 Villegas, Richard: 186 Villegas, Roy: 238 Villegas, Veronica: 217 Vitale, Kathy: 203 viuerre, Bill: 186 Syvum Szach, Tabor, Ron: 123,201 Victoria: 201 T Pamela: 90,201 Urbano, Yolanda: 186 Urbina, Frank: 186 Urbina Manuel: 186 Urias, Albert: 238 Urias, Arthur: 216 Tadeo, Annabelle: 216 Tadeo, Rebecca: 237 Takagi, Michael: 216 Takagi, Paul: 237 Tapia, Rebecca: 216 Tapia, Sammy: 125,237 Tarazon, Blanca: 201 Tarazon, Fred: 93,186 Tarazon, Jose: 216 Tautimer, Sylvia: 93,186 Tawil, Sharon: 238 Taylor, Alison: 138,238 Taylor, Don: 88,90,238 Taylor, Leland: 122,187 Taylor, Lorraine: 201 Taylor, Melanie: 57,142,201 Taylor, Misti: 96,201 Taylor, Vicki: 186 Tellez, Joaquin: 216 Tellez, Julie: 216 Tellez, Reyes: 186 Tellez, Rosalia: 238 TENNIS, BOYS': 130 TENNIS, GIRLS': 130,131 Teran, Maria: 238 TERPSICHOROS: 138 Terrazas, Gilda: 201 Terrazas, Oscar: 186 Terry, Mike: 216 Testa, Michael: 186 THESPIANS: 87,155,158 Thibodeau, Geraldine: 201 Thomas, Doris: 90,238 Thomas, James: 186 Thomas, Lowell: 201 Thompson, Albert: 201 Thompson, Clyde: 216 Thompson, Gloria: 201 Thompson, James: 105,201 Thompson, Jeanne: 201 Thompson, Kathy: 216 Thompson, Linda: 216 Thompson, Mona: 238 Thomsen, Marye: 93 Thorpe, Jim: 105 Thornton, Dwight: 96,102,113,114,238 Thorup, Cathryn: 46,55,78,201 Thygesen, Dennis: 102,238 Tidrington, Camille: 202 TIJUANA TECH: 97,148 Tineo, Antonio: 114,117,124,176,186 Tineo, Irma: 238 Tineo, Rachel: 75,186 Tisdale, Gilbert: 202 Tisdale, Theron: 114,216 Todd, Mr. Charles: 32,79 Todd, Chrystal: 57,79,93,202 Toledo, Dora: 238 Tolliver, Joe: 186 Urias, Erlinda: 216 Urias, Irene: 238 Urias, Lorraine: 216 Urrea, Anita: 238 Urrea, Christine: 202 Urrea, Joe: 216 Urrea Sarah: 186 V Vacanti, Joe: 186 Vacanti, Thomas: 90 Valadez, Betty: 216 Valadez, David: 238 Valadez, Susan: 202 Valdenegro, Eddie: 105,202 Valdez, Anthony: 186 Valdez, Blas: 120,216 Valdez Elma: 186 Valdez: George: 186 Valdez, Julia: 216 Valdez, Lucy: 186 Valdez, Roy H.: 238 Valdez, Roy T.: 202 Valencia, Antonio: 186 Valencia, Dalia: 93,186 Valencia, Frances: 202 Valencia, Maria: 186 Valencia, Odilia: 93,186 Valencia Richard: 202 VOCATIONAI. INDUSTRIAL CLUB OF AMERICA: 76,77 Volz, Ann: 238 Volz, Dean: 127 Vought, Stephanie: 186 Vowels, Elizabeth: 238 W Waddell, Constance: 217 Waddell, David: 186 Waddell, Nancy: 74,186 Waddell, Susan: 74,217 Wafer, Edelina: 187 Waggener, Jacqueline: 187 Waggoner, Patsy: 217 Wagner, Christine: 203 Wagner, Mr. Stanley: 21 Waldren, Paul: 93,96,217 Waldren, Roberta: 74,78,79,87 Walker, Nancy: 187 Walker, Richard: 90,187 Walker, Ronnie: 203 Walker, Susan: 50,51,55,56,59,63,142, 149,160,164,219,238 Walmer, Richard: 217 Walsh, Phineas: 187 Winders, Dale: 47,130,180,203 Wingate, Miss Edith: 25 Winsor, Janet: 203 Winsor, Nancy: 93,96,217 Winsor, Sandra: 217 Witherspoon, Cherry: 203 Withey, Maureen: 74,239 Withey, Thomas: 76,187 Wittels, Betty: 59,64,74,239 Wittels, Carol: 203 Wittels, Sylvia: 57,83,217 Wolf, Robert: 187 Wolsfeld, Paul: 203 Wong, Anita: 203 Wong, Barbara: 187 Wong, Bet Wong Bill :y: 23,187 yt 239 Wong, Jo Ann: 57,63,75,142,143,214 217 Wong, Louis: 217 Wong, Pauline: 187 Wong, Rose: 187 Wong, Miss Tiny Mae: 19,28 Wood Debra: 239 Valente, 'Armando: 83,102,125,216,252 Valente, Cecilia: 202 Ward, Diane: 239 Ward, Larry: 203 Ward, M Warner, ary: 203 Cynthia: 142,198,203 Warner, Kathleen: 239 Warner, Steven: 187 Warren, Mr. Donald: 21,25,28 Warren, Mrs, Marilyn: 36 Warren Orrie: 239 Washington, Weldon: 79,239 Valenti, Joseph: 238 Valenti, Karen: 216 Valenzuela, Anthony: 216 Valenzuela, Aurelia: 202 Valenzuela, Bob: 202 Valenzuela, Cecilia: 202 Valenzuela, Concepcion: 216 Valenzuela, David: 216 Valenzuela, Frank: 186 Valenzuela, Guadalupe: 186 Valenzuela, Irma A.: 93,202 Valenzuela, Irma R.: 136,138,238 Valenzuela Isabel: 202 Valenzuela, Isabel B.: 216 Valenzuela John: 202 Valenzuela Joio: 142 Valenzuela, Julia: 216 Valenzuela, Louis: 202 Valenzuela Manny: 117,202 Valenzuela, Maria: 186 Valenzuela Mario: 186 Valenzuela Nicky: 105,123,202 Valenzuela Patricia: 186 Valenzuela, Sally: 186 Valenzuela Sylvia: 47,186 Valenzuela Teresa: 238 I Valenzuela, Victoria: 186 Valleio, George: 202 Tom, Daniel: 57,76,202 Tom, Helen: 80,216 Tom, J ohn: 103,114,216 Tom, William: 76,127,216 Tomlin Tana, son, Karen: 216 Edward: 186 Valles, Carmen: 186 Valverde, Carolina: 216 Valverde, Robert: 105,117,202 Van Der Aa, Adrienne: 202 Van Der Aa, James: 90,216 Van De Werken, Geertie: 136,238 Wasley, Judith: 74,239 Wasley, Tracy: 74,217 Wasley, William: 187 Watkins, George: 239 Watkins, Jacklyn: 239 Watson, Elaine: 187 Watson, Eric: 102,114,239 Watson, Michael E.: 107,217 Watson, Norvell: 107,217 Weaver, James: 130,203 Weaver, Joan: 50,51,56,59,63,239 Weaver, Marynel: 40 Webb, Kathryn: 133,187 Webb, Petrice: 203 Webster, Virginia: 217 Weiler, Patricia: 203 Weissberger, Josh: 90,217 Weisz, Ruth: 203 Welch, Mr. William: 34 Wellborn, Jeffrey: 87,203 Wells, Timothy: 239 Wells, Timetria: 217 Wells, Zada: 203 Wesner, Jaime: 187 Wesner, Paul: 203 West, Charles: 187 West, Wendy: 217 Westervelt, Mr. William: 39,127 Wezelman, Barbara: 131,201,203 Wezelman, James: 57,7O,73,77,83,130, 217 Wheaton, Dianne: 217 Wheeland, Dale: 78,203 Torres, Armando: 202 Torres, Elidia: 202 Torres, Eva: 186 Varela, Ida: 202 Vargas, Felix: 186 Var as Henrietta 186 whnej Joe: 114,239 Torres, Johnny: 216 Torres, Martin: 202 Torres, Sara: 216 Toto, Christine: 216 Touche, Laura: 142,202 Touseull, Jack: 84,238 Tovar, Irma: 186 Tovar, Sally: 202 Towne, Anne: 63,83,216 254 254 9 1 1 Vargas, Rosemary: 216 Varnado, Oscar: 90,202 Vasile, John: 74,83,130,131,238 Vasquez Alice: 186 vusquezf Miss Cecilia: 39,138,142,204 Vasquez, David: 186 Vasquez, Francisco: 238 Vasquez , Lupita: 186 Vasquez, Martha: 186 Wheeler, Timothy: 239 r I Janet: 239 Wher y Wherry, Virginia: 187 White, Mr. Jim: 39 White J immy: 239 White, Mary: 217 White, Michael D.: 87,158,187,217 Whiting, Mr. Marion: 26 Wiles, Gregory: 217 Wiles, Lonnie: 203 Wiles, Marshall: 35,237,239 Wiley, Jennifer: 64,74,217 Woodland, Irene: 239 Woods, James: 110,187 Wooten, Ronald: 217 Woppert, Audrey: 41 Workman, Tom: 203 Wortman, Jerry: 73,96,203 Wggman, Robert: 56,59,66,73,80,81, 9 WRESTLING TEAM: 125 Wright, Sandra: 96,239 Wuenschel, Ann: 217 Wuerschmidt, Miss Elaine: 21 Wutke, Claide: 217 Y Yanez, David: 18,217 Yanez, Nellie: 203 Yanez, Sara: 217 Yarbrough, Lesley: 217 Ybarra, Leonor: 203 Ybarra, Teresa: 187 Yeoman, Stephen: 129,203 Yeung, John: 57,123,203 Yeung, Mary: 239 Yoho, Deborah: 217 York, Travis: 183 Young, Benny: 48,49,56,59,64,93,239 Young, Deborah: 45,55,75,83,96,214,217 Young, James: 187 Young, Madelyn: 78,239 Young, Michael: 203 Young, Nancy: 143,187 Young, Stanley: 187 Youngblood, Larry: 116 Yourgulez, Martha: 187 Yribe, Alice: 217 Yribe, Della: 203 Yrigolla, Evelyn: 217 Yrigolla, Mike: 203 Yrigolla, Virginia: 203 Yslas, Diana: 203 Yslava, George: 203 Yslave, Gloria: 217 Z Zabaleta, Gloria: 187 Zagona, Karen: 23,136,149,160,164,239 Zagona, Miriam: 187 Zagona, Salvatore: 57,78,201,203 Zamarano, Alfred: 239 Zarate, Ralph: 187 Zarate, Ruben: 203 Zayas, Letticia: 187 Zayas, Rosemary: 217 Zazueta, Armida: 239 Zazueta, Maria: 187 Zazueta, Patricia: 217 Zazueta, Richard: 217 Zebell, Gayle: 239 Zeferino, Alvarez: 187 Zeidler, Diane: 217 Zeidman, Mr. Donald: 31 Zepeda, Lydia: 217 Zepeda, Marianne: 187 Zielbauer, Gary: 117,203 Zschech, Betty: 203 Zuniga, Hector: 239 Acknowledgments 1969 passed quickly, but the MOMENTS recorded in this Tucsonian will remain with us. . . The staff extends its thanks to adviser Miss Kathleen Sage for her encouragement and guidance, to Mr. Mel Wakefield, H ennington Studios, Mardis Studios, Newsfoto Publishing Company, the Tucson High administration, faculty and student body for their cooperation and to George Itule for the cover design. Adviser ............. Miss Kathleen Sage Editor-in-Chief .... ........ I rene Mann Business Manager .... .... K athleen Crane Office Managers ......... Nancy Dengler, Io Ann Wong Opening ................ Susan Walker, Helen Kassander, Nancy Scott Curriculum ..... Susie Smith, Kathy Hacke Student Life .... loan Weaver, Anne Towne Activities ....... ,lulie Piccoli, Gregory Lee Sports ....... Richard Miller, Michael Ray Girls' Sports ................ Melita Hall Classes ....... Miriam Salonic, Tom Keena Index ...................... Kay Smith Photography Coordinator .... Paul Hawkes Photography Adviser . . Mr. Harry Goldstein Photography Editor ....... 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