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- .Lug-A - ,:f,.--..4 '.,,- I 1 ...- . Ai. 1 Y! A255 'Ff"f. 1 if R535- TU CSONIAN 197 9 Student Life D I4 30 Honors Curriculum 44 Activities 74 104 Sport Published by the students of Tucson High School, Tucson, Arizona . ,H- z 'IF . .QT 'Sf 1251? .1927- Ve?-em X11 il var , ' 1 v . V . . . . , . , I ' man, .mfr-V.,A,.,,. .V . ,, ,, V' A A '- 'nf - ,- V .!'4: .- Vil,-- J! ry-9 4.nq-,,,y-,-'fy ' - , ,.,J.'fV'1 - 1.1 -LIV ,' f4V,.v,l,a ,1,r,ri,a f ,if in I . . 1 - J , ., N.-,IZU ,.,,VJ.' .- rl ' N, 'V':'i'i.'Q"J'J',-',":'f :'i,J,'1X ffl' J' ppm, I f ,gf f f fp, "-'j,'.',' f V A . .-',",' ,',',V' .i-mx-eff, ':',1'.,'1' gif-Qfff V '1'ff" 'f ' ' 1 1 ,V ,V vi A f fvwai-,Q-fl'-Ztkfaf 'ff ' -"f V' f I7 .i fir!u-ygr.l'l'JrlJTf7,f' 'fr I , . . . .V . ll .. ,Q ,ewnr i...'-vc. , 1 '-tg.--uk - fly ,- -Qxcsu in -. 9 -,ji ' , , '11, 1 'M - " Q - , ,J yi. , A.. . H- f-X H Y - :V - A , - , an r. 490- , i . , :HV fe . ii-55,-. W 4 .V . -- wffz- -1 'M' 93-'f'f:""t 55" ' ' A I 1-P ,- w , wwf, -f .11 aff g Q, 1 Y 1 ,f E Pluribus Unum: from many one. These words found on United States coins are not only applicable to a nation-from many people one nation-but to Tucson High School- from many backgrounds one student body. Each student entered school bringing with him i pressions, tradi- tions and beliefs fro his past. Individuals' change ,and growth was brought about through the exchanging of these experiences. Aside from personal philosophies and opinions, the more tangible background of culture played its role during the year. The student body was made up of students who spoke various languages, wore different styles of clothing, continued old customs and believed in a variety of religions. Interests, talents and classes, as well as culture, helped to determine which one of the many social groups the individual became - a part of. Classes, required and elective, gave students the opportunity for finding friends with common interests. As the year progressed, these individuals and groups, with their diverse talents and abilities, merged to make THS a unique whole. l v". . H A I I 1 .'.v' .V I, VM. ,I S 1 Jain xi P:-I f' f fx' , I Q ,nm mm R, 1 ,gf 5, J 1 59 , 1 f r i 1 A v 1 ' A .4 u, .' l a '- , 1 L 'f ' I lv i 3 E , f 0 i , ! , F' If Q' I Qi 'ff-4113: ' fp Qf , 1 X I' if Q 'f"""--Q x mv mwvfna. . if f f I Z ll...- On-campus involvements were many and widespread. Numbered among these were clubs, athletics and groups such as drama and orchestra which allowed the individual to make use of his talents. Besides being involved in clubs for enjoyment, the student, could join groups which offered him assistance in furthering his career plans. He used his in-school and after-school time to listen to speakers, take field trips or volunteer for bake sales and car washes to finance his group. Students who took part in a sport found it both a positive and f negative activity. Considerations were: having a winning or losing season, training for competition and knowing and being able to work with fellow team members. Many students found that because of their abilities they were drawn away from old friends in new directions. Choir, speech and dance, together with drama and ' orchestra, opened up whole new areas for exploration. The student found the necessary encouragement and support among his peers to induce him to experiment. Although each student reacted differently to the same set of challenges they joined to form a unified student body. l--15 7 ', .v I I Q, M J ...nw Yg,igJ3 ' L , .rg 'il Q 3- - W f E 4 ' . 2- 1C"'1f"'1 - v , 1EPf"5w7'3E B -R .-' wx' w .. .,,.f , . w sd 'tk K k A' Y . . iv " ' .V 3 A "' 5 it -Q2 I mf ff ' "g.f , 5, , Q - ew- ff "if . gf V Vffgh Aga, .K Eff ' ua- , +1 ,l lv' H3 T-2j'f-M3i7If'g:x,'.,, :jr :-mu f- -1:12 1 ' nd, 6 9 . Q, 195+ , ' J , ..N.w..,.-X wvnpsuhww-A., A ,uv W ranged from picketing during the Students' participation, off-campus, teacher s strike to getting involved ""' in the year's elections. Many students who worked on campaigns were rewarded by having their candidates succeed. As in previous , years many found that programs such as PIP and COE took up much of their after-school time. These jobs offered them experience in possible career choices. However, jobs were not restricted to placement through the school and included department store sales and fast-food work. Many students felt impelled to work whether it was to help out with family finances, to save for the future or to acquire spending money. In place I of, or in addition to these involvements, others worked as volunteers in church groups and community organizations. But work was not the only way the student spent his time. He used it to pursue hobbies, attend dances, concerts and games or just to be with friends. By taking part in off-campus activities which either directly or indirectly related to Tucson High, individuals' ties to the school strengthened into one. 10 1 - ,- . fl HE' .5 ,--: -0 i' 2,72-1"' , . ,..- , 4.4-in l 3 K Qi , 3 Y if , 5 XX 5 V5 4. ff -gfgf , y Q sf A wif . . F' A v' vs ' A 's f I 6 "W "" P U41 " 7i,+1Aw. .,f--4: 'Je-Ji' X ' .4 4 ' . ' -"lily 'A "1 .522 -1 ' -. ' i frg44,Sx E LI. , . f ., fl- , Ziff: 'Hag 3-,Linz ,. V- 'fil n fl 611241 V ' A . ' ,- fp, ig iw . M, 1 1'W'v'H J 1'fij'f!:x!. L1 lk" If-L ' X-. ' iwfffc fff f u Q'g61pff,ef .A ff ' . fp "'3' ' , A ' ' L- if Cf .ff -,W nf" , A Ulfjj Qui- -, ,prv A - F M' J , .fi X--5: 21 1 C1 fv' ,-nl : - " .y ug, A :.f-If ' 1, W , ,',.- V A., -dcjyiu 'ff'-.-Af yy! if " 1 ' A, W,--Kizif?-I 2 '45, 2. f , f'-fw, V ' .1 fy' , - ,yi my 3.w-nLf,g,,5-iff. Tffjf ' . 'v ,i if --,""' an , If fn, V. . A ,f -f , ,,,, Y ,215 ,M ,gf ,1f f ,mjw 1 L fl -,7 V 'A' I fr -0- - . 1. 1 ' 0,753 -f .:1f1. f1f2f P' 'f ff, ' ,' f fr Q " 'f 1 ' 5 X., - if . !fV f ' X '54 ' iii 4-1 From many influences one personality. The environment of THS could be compared to the melting pot concept. Most students realized that not only were they changing but that the entire student body was changing as it accepted or rejected new ideas brought in by individuals of different cultural and social groups. School activities, conference and passing , periods and lunch provided the N opportunity to put these ideas to use. Soon after his arrival to the campus he found himself being introduced to school traditions. Events such as the Friday night games, Spaghetti Dinner, Tidybowl, the preparation of the Christmas boxes and Spirit Week A brought students together. Students were positively and negatively influenced through their contact with others. They had to learn to cope with people who lived and acted differently. To encompass this they became either more open-minded or more conserva- tive. They accepted the negative aspects of racism and the conflict between the social classes as an unavoidable way of life. Through all this the individual was able to remain independent while he blended into the total personality of the school. has M- 'vfvff vfrfff lil . .vf 1 ' 1 T l l l l 1 l i 1 ,dy A . Q' .lg :fi 25.12 . f'-Zvspiivs l as 1 worm! l. T . 0 I vf R. 1 I Q ........... swam Life -M K X Trends Games influenced the way students spent their leisure time. Racquetball was the new sports craze. T.H.S. students could usually be found playing ping-pong at the UA Student Union. Many played backgammon during and after school. Both men and women wore T-shirts emblazed with phrases and logos. Boots and cowboy hats helped sport the western look this year. For women the Annie Hall look was in with loosely fitted blouses and skirts. Moviegoers were attracted to cult movies this year with Animal House and the Rocky Horror Picture Show leading the way. M 'ts A .M-.,, ,,.,,, , .1 5, b n .vw , .-,N 3 IQ g l if X. Q , ja K f e?42c t V X. , -V. l ?'k Y' A- . l -15 . . is if . . 1,f:mg?,g f 1- AW" Wfiif 'V fi vliigggwspfira J .':'35.-i5f'f:f5E.ggf'. L! .v'i",l:'. fu .. -W - -I W 1143, r '-'f . ., 6 .W V. ,L , . A ,Av ' 1,-T at 'gu.1f"S-"'Q 'R '-sf' A . ff G 7A 4' -va "?f"k'f'-- ' ,V azlgggih , V 'L '-E V1 Sf Facing page: Students wore t-shirts fupper Ieftl with various phrases and logos reflecting their interests. Appearing pleased with the roll of the dice, Robert Bartlett flower leftl, was able to gammon his opponent. Mary 0'Rourke, one ot the more loyal Rocky Horror Picture Show fans fupper rightl enjoyed singing along. New and different hairstyles were created by many girls flower rightl by using beads braided into their hair. This page: With the increased popularity of ping pong, Steve Weyman fupper leftl, found a way to relieve tension. Students emphasized the western look by wearing boots, cowboy hats, and yoked shirts flower lefty. The early morning hours proved to be ideal for joggers flower rightj such as Patrick Porter. Keeping his eyes on the ball, Clark Evenchik flower rightl smashed a cross court volley to win the match. Spirit Attempting to boost morale, the student council promoted several assemblies. Terpsi performed during the Homecoming festivities. Red and white badges were worn by many on Fridays before football games. The spirit raising slogans aided members of the faculty as well as students in displaying their enthusiasm. Students were able to exchange spirit by giving corsages, boutonnieres and Santa-Grams to each other. Fted and white Day and Hat Day were some of the events included in Spirit Week, which ended traditionally with the hall decoration contest. t n i iff x at 1 Facing page: Trying to encourage spirit, cheerleaders ttopj ran onto the court to perform a routine. During football season Cleft centeri students wore spirit cards provided by the student government. On the day of a wrestling match Mat Maids decorated the hall lockers of the team. tbottom rightl The 'Junior class used Disney characters to caricature clubs and activities at Tucson High. tbottom Ieftl This page: Maria Cha and Cecilia Benitas listened as the winter sports teams were introduced at an assembly. ttopl Band member Greg Vaughn tbottom lefti displayed his spirit by wearing a Tucson High letter jacket. Junior class members tbottom rightl sold red and white and boutonnieres before the Christmas break. Noontime A five minute extension to the lunch period gave students more time to eat and socialize with their friends. Many used the extra time to do last minute studying for their classes, while others ventured off campus to near-by delis and fast food restaurants. The UA game room and the Park Student Center offered a break in the everyday routine. Many played tennis, frisbee and football during noontime. With the help of the band, the student council held pep rallies to promote spirit. 14, ,V - 'WH ' 2 X , . 'px' raw: . . , . X1 Facing page: A sophomore was one of the many students willing to fight long lunch lines. Ktop leftj Noontime concrete surfers who were unlucky, such as this stu- dent, itop rightl took refuge in the nurse's office. Before the start of second lunch a student fmiddle Iefti found the time ideal to call home, During their lunch break, Donna Morgan and Jennifer Needham fbottoml discussed after school plans. This page: ftop lefty The overhang of the cafeteria provided an escape from the heat and a spot to visit with friends. Bauer Duke fbottom lefty used part of his lunch period to study for a Biology test later in the day. A THS student tcenter righti refreshed herself with a soft drink supplied by one of the many fast food restaurants. As he waited for his friends to return, Lawrence Ellington flower rightj watched the snack bar line grow longer. i' fri- 1 QQ., 4 X ,S sm! v .' c V X Q To :mf ' A iff, uf H F 1 "' 6 Interests Facing Page: While working. at a Thom McAn shoe store, Ben Erps helped a customer choose a boot style. ttopl Sophomore Beth Sonenblick tbottom leftl worked with the furnishings of her miniature house. Belore a home basketball game, trainer Tami Huhn ibottom rightl worked on a ballplayer's ankle. This Page: Powder Skiing down the slopes of Park City, a THS student cut his way through the snow ftop Ieftl. The steps leading to the cafeteria tcenter lettl proved to be a challenge forthe more daring skateboarder. By making periodical checks under the hood, Matt Wallace trightl was able to keep his truck in good condition. s. "' "rp ' -01: 1-5, .V .,::.,. M 3 ,va .,..'.,..x, -f.. L, -fax ,,,,.,,.,,5.,., , , 1 W 1 2 3' ' Q f . ,g -Hath :M min, ,Af l M: 'if X35 Y ,YQ-,,,,,,1f,, rf . -4.,, ,Qglg .. ft-wait.: f.'A?.a:,t 1 , J, ..f -wg.,-,Qt 0 , 1, v- arf: :av W 'iwb 1 ,w .. ' :gm 'f-flu' fn Xfffjm ' fd' P 4 ax sis' -Q Aa f s 9" eb?- s je, ' z' i- "i,'I?S+5:G-E -: , ,. its L tacit ,f s ' 13 it 6 i 2 5 u'ExrfQ "Q 1 5,2 ul fi 2 Q Kg 1 fl 1 tix if. tri V ,zszwfgewf W Students' interests ranged from pursuing hobbies and crafts to training and working on jobs. Students played instruments in bands and ensembles as pastimes. Concerts at the Tucson Community Center's Arena and Music Hall highlighted the year for many. Crafts included making stained glass in private studios, drawing, painting and model building at home. Students' jobs varied widely. Training for positions such as assistant managers enabled a few to earn extra money and at the same time gain more responsibility. Others volunteered their time to do community service work and participated in political campaigns. Nl . 2 Q! , X , , A-4 ,iff A X Q .. X ffm X 5W4?""?' ,f"ff,.fgiW f fig!! :lf 'D - iff! f f fi f f a ffl ,A-,AJ 21551 My , 4 4 ff 45-f.w 4fvzif f ffwom, f Qf QQQMN if , , rf ww Of f f f Qf Mow f V M 541 A.6.AA ,f K ff fn I T ,f' iff , V N U fx X, l T l to Sli: 'Squaw- ln the traditional manner, Homecoming was led off by Spirit Week. Using Disneyland as their theme, the Junior class captured the honors of the hall decorating competition. This was the second time in THS history that the seniors didn't win the award. The sale of corsages and boutonnieres took place throughout the week with proceeds going to COE. The climax of the Homecoming festivities was the crowning of the king and queen, Martin Villegas and Adela Palafox. The queen and her attendants were driven around the stadium in Ford T-Birds. Homecoming Royalty: Karen Van Oosterhout, Mike Dugan, Fred Corral, Chris Trujillo, Martin Villegas, Adela Palafox, Robert DeBerry, Rosie Quesada, Kathy Hook, Chris Radtke. Facing page: Students chose Martin Villegas and Adela Palafox fbottom leftj as Homecoming king and queen. This page: THS students watched as the Homecoming royalty circled the field in old T-Birds. ibottom lefty. Waiting to be introduced, Kathy Hook iupper leftl looked toward the home crowd. A THS flag girl watched as the Homecoming finalists were introduced at the Pep assembly fupper rightj, With a surprised expression on her face, Adela Palafox flower rightl displayed her roses. Rodeo Boots, cowboy hats and other western gear signaled the beginning of Rodeo Week. ln order to display their rodeo spirit, students were encouraged to buy western style garter belts made by the members of the Student Council. At the end ofthe week the band marched in the Rodeo Day Parade The Rodeo King and Queen were Winston Warr and Regina Rojas Facing Page: The shade provided by a veranda tbottom leftl protected Loretta Chacon and Steve Creswell from the noon sun. Rodeo finalists lbotlom rightl Robert Aguilar and Janet Hogan rested against an old- fashioned coach. This Page: Posing without her partner Gilbert Salazar, tleftl Stella Natividad leaned on an old wagon in Trail Dust Town. Seniors Winston Warr and Regina Rojas were chosen by the student body as the '79 Rodeo King and Queen lrigntl. Jodeo Royalty: Robert Aguilar, Janet Hogan, Regina Rojas, Steve Creswell Loretta Cnacon, Stella Natividad Winston Warr. vp.-pq-.-.-f-pw.. lm, 5 Q 5 i .., -Q., .qi Lfvst . 3 . .Q 48" 4 1 4 0 1 9 li . 5' P--14314 f. .4 w.,,, .. '5""2i' ,-0 .av WV Special Events Wm, .Je 'I Ttgh .afq,. , ,,. AY' - av if P ff ex 0, Ki' N This Page: Before the Cholla football game, students attended the Choir's annual Spaghetti Dinner in the cafeteria. itop lefty In order to fund a trip to Disneyland, the band held a contest in which students guessed the amount ot beans in a tuba, icenter left! As graduation approached Sandy Riback itop rightj measured graduating students for caps and gowns. Posters advertising the Tidy Bowl ibottoml were put up by the Juniors and Seniors to encourage game attendance. Facing Page: On Sunglasses Day, students were encouraged tleftl to wear different types of eyewear. Glancing over her homeroom's Christmas box. Sophomore Sally Rusk ibottom rightj inventoried the box's contents. M I ,, x p i. yy .Ni q, XT. 'vs g A 542 Q This year's Special Events reflected years of tradition. The Junior girls upset the Senior girls in the Tidy Bowl. Because of the aggressive nature of this year's game school officials are considering discontinuing the game. The Student Council sponsored Friendship Week which included a reversal of male, female roles. Rodeo week, one of Tucson High's more traditional events, ended as the Marching One-hundred made their annual appearance in the parade. Many of the homerooms sponsored Christmas boxes which allowed students to donate food and clothing to needy families. pt W From many efforts one accomplishment At THS, students of all levels of ability were assigned to the same classes. Often the students with the highest scholastic abilities received the honors and awards. However, other students who performed their best received the equally important reward of self-satisfaction. Students decided early in high school whether or not to strive for honors. Although some students seemed to achieve without effort, it had taken years to build up to their accomplishments. Early in their educational careers they had acquired skills which brought them closer to their goals. Some students found that gains required sacrifices and demands on their time. Every effort made led to achievement and led the student to his ultimate goal. Three factors influenced the extent to which students applied themselves. Teachers provided opportunities and encouragement. Parents' interest, or lack of interest, was a definite influence as was the students own desire to achieve. Some chose not to compete. Apathy was often the reason. Whatever the case, students found that each accomplishment was achieved only after many efforts. l as wl- 32- .fs aff ,. ., l y Honors -1- MII Top Twenty As the Top Twenty began their final year in high school, they worked to maintain their 4 ranking taken at the l end of their junior K year. Each of these seniors had the opportunity to serve as a junior honor guard at graduation last year. Those who maintained their grade averages received a gold cord given only to the top twenty seniors during the graduation ceremonies. c x This Page: Before leaving school, tupper leftj Xavier de la Garza took time to check the oil in his car. During Tucsonian class time Linda Altenhof tupper rightj checked over an activities' triplicate before turning it in. Mary Lou D'Angelo placed an order for a customer at Wendy's tbelowj during the rush before a U of A football game, Facing Page: At the Sahuaro football game David Brooks tupper leftj phoned the press box to report a fumble. Maria Morlacci Qlower lefty watched the passing traffic as she spent some time jogging around the campus after school. ln a match at the Doubletree Inn, Mars Thierman tlower righti connected on a backhand to wrap up the second set. --I -sf . . M51-1: . ' -w v ' 1 ,,,.NA-A" Q sf 1 ff 0 Xavier de la Garza was actively involved in Student Government during high school. He served as vice president of the senior class and was a member of NHS. He participated in sports, dancing, and worked on his car. He was employed at Hardee's as a cook and hoped to major in engineering in college. 3 2 f 5- .. s 36' msn 1 J ' ..- 'wr' " 'W i .......,,... 0 Working through COE, Linda Altenhof was a secretary at the University of Arizona College of Business Education after school. She was a member of NHS and of her church youth group. In her free time she played the piano and guitar. 0 Sports played an important part in Mars Thierman's high school life. He was a member of the Ski Club and the Varsity Tennis Team. He enjoyed attending football games at the U of A and expected to major in accounting. 0 During her senior year, Maria Morlacci was a member of the Speech Squad, Tucsonian staff and was president of the National Honor Society. She enjoyed photography, modern dancing and jogging. She attended Girls' State and planned to enroll at the University of Arizona. 0 Senior class president David Brooks was a spotter for the home football games. He was also President of NFL and gave extemporaneous speeches at tournaments. He spent much of his time running for the Track and Cross Country teams. 0 Interior Decorating and computer technology were Mary Lou D'AngeIo's main interests. She worked at Wendy's and was involved in the campaign for Governor Bruce Babbit. She planned to attend an out of state college after graduation. get-5,-: Top Twenty This page: Loretta Chacon prepared an order of tacos for a customer during the evening rush. ftop leftl Finished with his lunch, Bari Welck lcenteri sat in the sun and talked with friends at the snack bar tables. Levy's sales clerk Amy Pleiter Cbottoml phoned the credit department for approval of a transaction. Karen Van Oosterhout tfar lefti penormed one of her routines on the balance beam. 3 Facing page: Richard Porter 3? fleftl practiced playing his trumpet before his performance ' on Band Day. - Before putting her pineapple upside-down cake into the oven, Olivia Valenzuela frighti raised the rack. While playing her cello after school, Anne Johnson tbottomi played one of her favorite sonatas. f' ,.a"""! 0 Loretta Chacon held an after school job at Taco Bell, and enjoyed playing the piano in her leisure time. She attended Girl's State and was a member of NHS and the Tucsonian staff. 0 National Honor Society vice-president Bari Weick swam for the varsity swim team and the University Aquatic Club. He attended Boys' State and was the curriculum editor of the yearbook. ..fi't"'fvwm,,,, 0 Troubador member Karen Van Oosterhout was in the Ski Club and also traveled with the Scuba and Hiking 1 Clubs. She took jazz and tap-dancing classes and was employed by I Swenson's. 1:4 sg- 3, - since she was X X' interested in business as a college major, Amy Pleiter worked as a program director for we + Levy's Merchandising, Modeling, Retail, and Fashion Youth Board. She was a member of NHS, Concert Choir and Troubadors. Wi'-ws p During gymnastics practice, I J. 5 ,, at W WY LA,, 1 hlqlfki ,A A -if fgg if 'MQW is f :S . ' iw if W , . it if Y . rff.'tl"4'9 T5 .si v 1 'K ' .Le ' 0 Olivia Valenzuela enjoyed hiking, baking and traveling. She attended Anytown and was a member of Bi-Chem-Phy, Speech, NHS, and her church youth group. She was president of her Junior Achievement company and editor of the honors section of the yearbook. 0 Singing in his church choir and playing the trumpet in Orchestra and the Marching Band were Richard Porter's main activities. His position as a lay distributor at the Regina Clare Seminary reflected his interest in religion. He planned to major in theology at St. John's in California. 0 Although Tucsonian Editor-in-Chief Anne Johnson worked at Austin's, she still found time for other ac tivities such as the Hiking Club and NHS. She was an Anytown delegate and planned t study social sciences in college. 0 Top Twenty 0 Anytowner Chris Hadtke sang with the Troubadours and the Concert Choir and was a member of NHS. He weight lifted and played for the Varsity football Team. 0 Playing softball and listening to music were Elizabeth Francisco's favorite pastimes. She was a member of the NHS and worked as a legal secretary aide through COE. 0 Ballet dancing and music were some of Carisa Endrizzi's special interests. She was a member of the Troubadours, NHS and was vice president of the Scuba Club. ln her spare time she - enjoyed collecting antiques and bicycling. 0 Janet Hogan was president of the Concert Choir and Troubadours, She enjoyed jogging, swimming and attending her church youth council meetings. She planned to enroll at the University of Arizona. This Page: Chris Radke kept in shape after football season ttopl by lifting weights after school in the gym. At her job as a legal secretary's assistant, Elizabeth Francisco tcenterj typed a business letter. While preparing her diving gear for a trip to Mexico tbottom rightj, Carisa Endrizzi tightened the regulator on her air tank. Janet Hogan practiced "Christmas at Home" tbottom leftj for the Choir's upcoming Christmas concert. Facing Page: After eating lunch off campus, Craig Waller ttopj biked back to school to attend his afternoon classes, Bill Longton and Eric Finical revised a computer program tbottomj in their Electronic Data Processing class. ES . .,. '1 , wi l . -f-ft 3 1.-W.q .viii yy- ..- l x -AEFVQ Q 15? it 'Z i i l l i l l i i Fwy. 1 :ig 'C' S' . -if: -Y Qi rs is i. Fvxiliffiwl fr Q .nd fi. f., C : .Q-EQ K .lt -1 .,.w.,.- dun .' 1' -if '-n-....w- V-f, Mm"""""wma., 0 Captain of the Boys' Swim Team Eric Finical liked racquetball and dancing the Country Swing. In the future he hoped to major in Business Management. 0 Bill Longton was a member of the Swim Team and the Scuba Club. He was employed by the Old Pueblo Athletic Club as a lifeguard. I Anytown delegate Craig Waller was president of a 4-H club and a member of the 'Q lp all v Marching Band. He liked hiking, drawing and bicycling. Adair, Susa I ,if .F W6 L fi Q, A 4? T' x Altenhol Ll d ,ge 5 LE B K D is , ' C pll Hbrl f 4 - at-. A Q I s, N5 5. i it A vf' , W' lar J ' M, of ',: . 'lr - 1 X , I cn L n DA g l M ryL ' ' D L G x E a c X ,..-., 79 r If , f , -4 t x .L i x Ep B 1 F fa n L Q F EI n in r H g J t La . K y .kY'v . -- Q ,- H y Rl i Jh A i L r j M c L i - i " M i M r A 'F , x ' sl 'P' ' -L L - 4 G fx , : ft? X f. '35, Am' ,l J ' 4. if ' it M D i Pl l A y P l R n d R ark cn The National Honor Society began the year by planning new projects to help the Tucson community. Its members tutored THS students in subjects such as ' math and science and sold programs and X popcorn at home basketball games. Following tradition, they made and sold Heart-O-Grams for Valentines Day. This year for the first time, juniors were admitted to the National Honor Society. ' V iff? ' ,::f,a1T5z,. A ' ' YF! I ll 1 C 5 2 ll A ii 151 A 1 2. lf ' .. .iff-5:3 ' 2 . it' :I TQ ' ,Q L qw . 5 559 y , Jga . r ,Q ' .Q A ,, ' . .' R W, yr.-..-N 1. Q 5 gr 3. . Y i Salazar, Gilbert ' 4"' Valenzuela. Olivia 3 ' Van Oosterhout, Karen 3 pe.. rv 5' f , ' -V X ffl FB Q Q ' Wagner, Cathy Waller. Craig .. . 5 Q Weick, Bari ,.. li ., , .. W g f . it H Facing page: NHS members listened to the president as she discussed the cost of movie rental. ibottoml A Red Cross representative lrightj talked to members about their involvement in community service programs. This page: Preparing a new batch of popcorn, Nicolas Duckstein ibottom Ieftj got ready to add the seasoning. Jane Newman and Robin Perry tbottom rightl were among the first juniors admitted to the Tucson High chapter of NHS. Junior NHS members: Tom Pothoff Pam Buser, Mary Dascoli, Jane New- man, Lisa Freedman, Robin Perry Nicolas Duckstein. X ' N. V S W .A i 52,1 5 , it 'I ' A , , -, i ' Wffjpf X. Q. .5 PN 4 3: I . iv-""'4' vp, .,-f U,-,,, M..-ff Working with the representatives of the Homeroom Federation, the Student Council tried to make students aware of school activities. Some of the events sponsored by the Student Government included disco dances, pep rallies in the gym and student exchanges. In December, the r Student Council made S its traditional ' visit to the children of Ganoung School. E iiiv 40 x .va gg at Ma-vf5'66' r ,aww- 1 in 1 If . V. X K tx. Q F Nix., , Feclng page: During e Senior class meeting, Student Body President Jim Felix ttopi discussed how to improve spirit. During eixth period e student volunteered his time to paint a spirit poster for Student Government tbottomi. This page: To give the children at Ganoung school the spirit of Christmas Letitia Araneta Uefti dressed as a reindeer. Aeeletent-prlnelpel Robert Jones and Student Government adviser Virginia Bohme ttop righti reviewed a requisition for funds. Attending a commission meeting, Junior Senator Denise Quihuis tbottom right? studied assembly recommendations. 7- Special Honors Students at Tucson High strove to achieve Special Honors this year by their involvement in academic, civic and extra-curricular activities. THS had one National Merit semi-finalist this year, and sent eight students to the American Legions' Boys' and Girls' State. This Page: flop lettj National Merit Scholarship Commended Students: John Fish, Anne Johnson and Carey Bunker. Anytown Delegates: Top Row: Karen Huestis, Chris Radtke. Karen Van Oosterhout, Jim Felix, Arnold Morales, Anne Johnson. Bottom row: Elizabeth Francisco, George Dworin, Chris Tru- illlo, Terri Lopez, Olivia Valenzuela. Facing page: As a winner of the United Nation speech contest Maria Morlacci was awarded a trip to New York icenter lefty. His high score on the PSAT qualified Bari Weick trightj as a semifinalist for the National Merit Scholarship. Electrical Energy State winner Alan Coretz won a trip to Chicago to participate in the 4-l-l National Congress Cbottoml. Boys' and Girls' State Delegates Top row: Richard Porter, David Brooks, Xavier De La Garza, Bari Weick. Bot- tom row: Loretta Chacon, Carisa Endrlzzi, Linda Altenhof, Maria Morlac- ci. 0 The U of A awarded Bari Weick and Richard Porter with Baird Scholarships for their outstanding academic merit. 0 THS' Student Advisory Council, chosen in a student body election, was Eric Butler, Randy Lee, Jane Newman, Robin Perry and alternate Lyle Garitano. J quo kvix an 5 , -5 , Q. ,QS 1 4 Mui r vw W.. .1 ,,.,+y, V ,. , , . nl ,M ... ,WM .- 2 wwf ' ff' 3' - ,.. " RSV? L . V, 4,.w. .xp . 9. . JI '. -+1 , , W , 1 W' n X - t "f, Q lf' 1 v 1.25 , 4- ki , C A, Y.. t ' 'K T' M rf, A Q X 2 l'xFvt' vlkjft ' ,ggtgx wi ,W .N 1 ,hp .4 NJ' .- -?"fQffi 1 V .-:R kgs . 5' Iliwiifwg ,Q 'Hs q K. ,P . N Kgqfm' CU' 1 -. X ""v'fzT ' .f,,QwM, , ." vu? I . JL' 'wk gav. ,l 'H rin! , 3 Y i 5 fp Y l 4 x xx 'ii From many sources one education. Each student became aware that there were many alternatives offered by the school curriculum. He found that this curriculum not only covered the courses needed for the completion of his graduation requirements but also included vocational and recreational classes. Classes were chosen as an individual preference partially "-"' based on future aspirations. Teachers ..1..... were also important factors in students' choice of classes. For I the immediate present it was the student's perogative to seriously . apply himself or simply get by. e By having SPHS located on Tucson I Hlgh's campus and through programs such as GATE lGifted and Talented Educationl students could take part in specially designed, accelerated courses. The curriculum I was not the only educating force during the year. Students, whether ' known only as classmates or as close friends, became the teachers. Every aspect of the school-the curriculum, the student body, the teachers-blended together to give the students a common education. gg 44 1--Curriculum -- I Administration , W, V2 . . L., :Q , ,,. I an , e 3 g sf, Y ,A ' if "Emphasizing the positive" was the . P major goal of THS' i administration this is we year, according to , principal Kenneth ,ft ' . Miles. The , t it 7 ' administrators worked ggi M ,, to promote a Cf K UDOSWVG 'Gaming V tid, atmosphere" at THS Q iia if ,. and to overcome some "f' f at W :',,f i f negative publicity the school had received. Mr. Miles also pointed to the specialized programs available to students of all levels and to the frequent curriculum revisions as evidence of the quality education offered at Tucson High School. Administration: Robert Garitano, Robert Granado, Robert Jones, Ken- neth Miles, Dorthi Woodward. This page: The day before the Homecoming dance, Dean Robert Granado ttop righti issued a guest pass to a student. During the last week of the semester, Robert Garitano helped a student make a change in her schedule. tleft centerl When informed ot the measles outbreak, Principal Kenneth Miles read about the side effects of the vaccine. tbottoml Facing page: Helping the Tucsonian, Robert Jones ttopl looked up sports scores from the 77-78 school year. After a student suffered a seizure, Dean Dorthi Woodward tbottom lettl called for an ambulance. Sporting a THS blazer, Mr. Miles tbottom leftl read a biology textbook while observing the new year long biology course. 'Q x If 0 A one week walkout by teachers in October was the first teachers strike in the District's history. Among their demands were a larger pay increase, a limit on class size, and greater control over classroom discipline. Schools remained open, but fewer than forty percent of the students attended classes. The School Board and the Tucson Education Association each brought in mediators to resolve the strike. Teachers returned to the classroom when the two sides reached agreements on the major issues and made a no reprisals guarantee. 0 Poor health and differences with the school board led Superintendent Wilbur Lewis to resign in December. 0 Concern over the poor attendance habits of many THS students brought about the administrations decision to alter the method of taking attendance. Roll sheets were collected by the Attendance Office each period instead of weekly, enabling the office to keep more accurate records. Students who were found to have excessive unexcused absences were dropped from school. Faculty Facing Pago: Many time: during the year faculty members ttopl enjoyed special lunches made for them in restaurant class. DrIvor's Ed Instructor Harry Smith took a break from reading the morning paper during his second period. tbottom lettl Wearing a derby tor "Hat Day," Mrs. Sweeny Qbottom rightl quized her third period class about heart disease. Thls Pago: In the warm waters of the Gulf of California, ttopl Dana Kerstich held up a spiny lobster for the camera. Relaxlng at a Tuesday nlght basketball game, tbottoml Mr. Miles ate a box of popcorn made by the National Honor Society. , Ml fl if ., if 't If If Y-wt, is J .qgzn 4: l . , rig- , M., ,-wa' ' nn fl ASL was as Sli Tucson High teachers were as busy in their spare time as they were in the classroom. Betsy Babich appeared on a television talk show to discuss "how the new Home Economics fits into today's world." Dana Kerstich worked underwater in the Gulf of California to help her husband write a book about Rocky Shore Fish. Typifying the drive to stay in shape, Ellen Shainline jogged and played racquetball. Arts and crafts were also a popular pastime for teachers. viii 5' WJ s 5 1 X 1 ...... we Ni V K ig . Counselors sl Library This year students could check library books out for three weeks at a time instead of two. This cut down on constant renewals and a decrease was seen in overdue books. Physically, the library acquired new Iouvers to replace the worn out blinds, and plans were made for repainting and new carpeting. Counselors began a new orientation program for incoming freshmen. Meeting with them seven times during the year, counselors helped freshmen get better acquainted with Tucson High School, as well as helping them start to plan for their future. Facing Page: In the library ftop lefty students were able to study for their term papers due in senior english. Mr. Kaiser showed a new library assistant the correct way to check books out to students ltop rightl. Library hours allowed students to take advantage of the library both before school and after school fbottomj. Counselors: Maynard Campbell, Richard Force, Lupe Herrera, Roger ln- gersoll, Deanna Taylor. This Page: Mr. Ingersoll helped a senior change a class in order to fulfill requirements for graduation ftop leftj. At the first home basketball game ftop rightl counselor Maynard Campbell watched as the songleaders performed during halftime. Mrs. Herrera called over to the registrar's office to check on a junior student's class ranking. fbottomi Librarians: Robert Kaiser, Rosia Key William Wolfe. English -f if Qi? ' V 1 A- ' 1? i s 5 32 I l jf? Q, 'gi W' ,QW IM Y "K 2 'Vfh ' i ' A - "5 l ' Y 3. A sg N ,d.vi ?. fi f l V 1 g 'A3 in -fa J A ,gg 4' -V : . 1 Q . . f, -it , A 1 f 'M ' A, X We ., , 0, ' A M 2134! 5 , '- n 1. ,, 4 1 ' . .,,.."F j 'G 1 . 535 3 ,K ,1 A I af, f A A 1 any F! ryan--A--M its HRW 'QQ- 1333 ,,,, . . 4 er? k 'ts ' tg' Q . if P+ 1 lgevl i , 'r H A .. in 1 5 , . . QL Reading A complete curriculum revision was planned for the English department. Teachers met weekly to discuss goals and ideas. Freshman and Sophomore students would be combined and placed in different class levels on the basis of writing samples, teacher recommendations, and test scores. The department also planned to place a greater emphasis on basic writing skills. in addition to freshmen reading classes, a class for sophomores was offered. Reading classes were also available for juniors and seniors, but were not restricted to any one grade level. English Top Row: Wallace Austin, Erika Burr, Albert Groff. Second Row: Jack Heimowitz, Debbie Kazal, Ted Kissell, Hilda Krompasky. Third Row: Jean Livingston, Jolene Low, Lynn Maricich, Earl McGill. Fourth Row: Jane Nott, Paula Fioberts, Jeanne Salzer, Ellen Shainline. Fltth Row: Stan Wagner, Christine Wald-Hopkins, Elaine Wuerschmidt. Reading: Dan Maricich. Bottom Row: Carolyn McKeethan, Maurice McVeigh, Anna Marie Mesa, Gail Richardson. Facing Page: Sheri Bissell pointed out a comical point in the English notes to classmate Kathy Benedict ttopl. In his third period English class. tbottom leftl Carlos Madrid listened to a tape of Shakespeare's Hamlet. After leelng "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" ibottom rightl Mr. McGill discussed it with his Senior English class. This Page: A student ttopi used a stuffed animal in her presentation of a poem she had written. Students In Freshman English took notes as they watched a filmstrip on howto write a research paper ibottoml. 55 Lqngucages .Jr , U kff F 'F' . Ng. - Mr E32 1 gl' F- 4 Q , wt Mft' Preparing ethnic foods was a popular activity in foreign language classrooms. French crepes and German potato pancakes were among the dishes sampled. The Spanish-English bilingual program was expanded to include a second year course and an additional first year class. Videotape machines were used to allow students to watch and hear themselves speak in a foreign language. Mr. Miranda's classes made Spanish commercials, and Mrs. Gilligan's French classes acted out a play using the equipment. Mr Cawley planned to take his third year Spanish students to a Magdalena, Mexico secondary school during the spring break. Language: Dennis Cawley, Heidi Gilligan, Many Hancock, Lorel Schwam, Mike Miranda, Mack Fluiz. Opposite page: Smiling, Laura Williams presented her version of a crepe ttop leftl to her classmates. During the filming of a mock commercial senior Vicky Otto ttop rightl operated the sound recording equipment. Chris Michael took part in a discussion of a reading lrom his textbook tbottoml during his German class. This page: After cooking and eating a German potato pancake ttopl a student rolled up his plate. While taking a test in her second year Spanish class tbottoml Camilla Libby asked Mr. Cawley to clarify a question. xx 55 X Math Tucson High was one of two schools chosen as a site for a pilot intermediate algebra program. With an emphasis on review, the course took a year to cover the material normally taught in two Quarters. Consumer math students learned about the Social Security system, and about state and federal income taxes. Portable computer terminals were brought into algebra and geometry classes, where students had the opportunity to use them. A rf' if -lf .14 L is t , ' ew . r M x W 4' Que- s ..... tat i at y T 'f fr Q f t e i ' it u i' ,". t J' 5 s A at-Q5.3"'w' .G-H' Y 5 zf'7 ff 5 4 4 , A f tis, , . , , A : 2 , 1 ,X jf, H, l??,, "N-N' I . by . 'fin as an , ,. . ' , . 'V'- , ., rw- VF V' ' .k,:, Q5 K R." s 3 , Facing page: Three College Algebra students ttop leftl worked on an assignment from Mrs. Modica. Mr. Niehaus demonstrated the simplest way to factor a binomial equation in his Algebra-Trig. class itop rightl. ln third period Algebra, Mrs. Modica icenterl explained how to solve problems with two unknowns. Studying tor a test fbottom rightl kept an Algebra student busy up until the last minute of class. This Page: Coming to a difficult problem on the homework ltopl Debbie Salisky and Rita Perez compared papers, Captured in a rare studious moment, Tim Murphy ibottoml completed his second year algebra homework. Math Top Row: Sue Adams, Virginia Bohme, John Dawson, Jean Fay, Glenn Harris, Jackie Loss, Bottom Row: Ann Modica, Duane Niehaus, Jean Saba, James Wandrey, Tiny Mae Wong. -Q f1Eg,f5Qff ,,,,. t 1 . M. F322 'WE HB4 f -:ali Science Biology instructor Mr. Dietrich received .,,,,.,,,,, a three thousand MT' me dollar grant to improve individual instruction. The money went toward new tapes, modules and the equipment to use them. Unified Science consisted of twenty-one "ISIS" mini courses such as "Household Energy and "Stormy Weather Biology and Physical Science classes were changed from separate nine-week courses to yearly units. Physics students constructed a "flat plate heat collector" which, when attached to a small water pump served as a solar water heater. Facing Page: ln Mr. Jensen's biology class Qtop lefti Todd Grayson laughed at a joke about a mixture for an experiment. During a break in an experiment, Mrs. Niel helped Eric Cross complete a study guide itop rightj. A Biology student ibottom rightj watched filmstrips about human reproduction and animal cell division. In preparation lor a test on electricity tbottom right? a student studied the notes she had taken. This Page: A globe showing various constellations was the subject of study in Unified Science itop leftl. A student flop righti watched different beakers and test tubes in order to record any changes in color. Henry Hill tbottomi took notes as a crucible was heated for an experiment in Mrs. Beever's Chemistry class, Science Top Row: Ralph Bailey, Eileen Beever, Douglas Dietrich, Robert Jensen. Thomas K. Lundy. Bottom Row Russell Mead, James Messina, Gordon Morphew, Shaun Niel, Robert Thomas 1 ' fig: 'zen li? ' Wg, W 4 1 IQ, rw. , 1' 1 G 1, ,U lar' "un ,+- U fy. In W9-fy 'D fs I 41. D 0 w,' I I ff ll 'x an-6 Bi' 'K A 4 . -: .. . A H 5 X x i N A-,MA-. V , V 4-1,-:a. - V we-M Social Studies Facing page: A government class heard a Libertarian party member discuss the legalization of all drugs llower rightl. During a third period discussion about 19th century slavery, Alex Bravo lcentert took notes from the board. This page: ln his sixth period class Mr. Rutter ilower rightl asked questions about differing economic systems. Howie Salmon listened to his History teacher give a lecture on causes of the American Revolution. Cbottom lefth . t X I Before class, John Acosta , ff. -I questioned Mr. Dominguez ftopl f' ,QC 12 liilftx W, 5 about a map depicting slave ' . xxx if ' s trading routes. U ' A A , tt xi, f 'f . -W 'tt Social Studies: Donald Anderson, in -, xt XXX ,, gg George Dominguez, Bill Kreamer, Don ff 'H 3 ,Y ix Prentice, Andrew Rutter, Dorothy f Z. I I , X sniriey, Joel White. 53' 5" if wk nm dwg ., W. . 4, --'N u,...sli-fr F .4 1 r In-f ,avr mmm, .t,.. An anthropology class, World Culture, was new to the Social Studies department as part of Gate. Guest speakers, such as a former cavalry officer from Fort Lowell, highlighted Westward Movement classes. Since 1978 was an election year, many American Government classes focused on state and local campaigns. The race for Tucson Unified School District's school board was a key topic with candidates appearing in classes to talk about the issues. P. E. Keeping up with a nationwide trend, a new zero period jogging class was created and enjoyed immediate success. The P. E. department adopted a rotation system because of numerous scheduling problems due to excessive course-hopping. Students registered with one teacher and stayed with that teacher all year long The sport changed every quarter. The department worked on a plan to inform registering students of the sequence of activities before they chose their class. Last year's plan of having one "co-ordinator" for each period was abandoned, giving students more individual attention. Thle page: In a doublea match ttop leftl two students charged the net in order to pressure their opponents. A student In third period softball prepared to smash a line drive to deep left center itop righti. Mrs. Palmer Qbottomj showed one of her tennis classes the proper way to hit a forehand groundstroke. Facing page top: Kathleen Johns practiced her backhand with her classmates in third period tennis. On the practice tield east ofthe stadium, a student was fooled by a pitch high and outside tbottoml. P. E. Top row: Charles Cook, Jerry Cur tis, Karen Helms, Dana Kerstich, Patsy Lee, Thoams A. Lundy. Bottom row Paula Morris, Bettye Palmer, Rafaela Santa Cruz, Harry Smith, Katherine Sweeney, Barbara Wiggins. ls., if fr-, f,, X . 1 ,. ' 1 u sv 5 I A -9" nu ,I NV V1, .0 In n 5 If ul' s A 0,14 --1:3-vw 2:1-:' ll-ul!! 2:1215 Fine Arts Art students painted the run-through signs for the football games during the '78-'79 season. Another major art project was making murals for the counselors' office, and for the auto shop. Home Ec. students emphasized gourmet foods in their cooking classes. Personal and family relations were stressed in classes designed to cover more material than they had in the past. A popular activity was the student operated nursery school, which allowed students to experience planning for, and working with young children in a learning situation for all involved. Facing page: Mrs. Babich cleared up a student's question about a chocolate chip cookie recipe ttop rightt. As he mixed the batter, Victor Pedersoli tlower rightl sampled a couple of the chocolate chips. Moving her hands quickly, an art student Ltop centerl trimmed the foot on the vase she was making. One of Mr. Todd's students tbottom centerl scratched designs on her pottery during third period art class. This page: After completing their cooking assignment, two students were stuck with the task of washing the dishes. Fine Arts Top row: Bonnie Baker, Elden Mathews, Kathleen Sage. Middle row: Sue Schwam, Charles Steele, Judith Strayer. Bottom row: Charles Todd. Home Economics: Betsy Babich, Doris Selby. X ,f, ..t1 ,f ,sig ' i." , 'f V :ff"i'N t . . rf, ly, as Home Ec 'fb my fm F xxx xx x x W Xxx Q , am v 1 M'Qfgffw'.h..k 1 34" -Q ,-' ik 'n ' 4: ' 5 .NX .. li? ,Que ,f ff -fl " " , 1 M Industrial Arts This page: In his Vocational Auto Mechanics class, Carl Olsen helped a classmate repair a fuel pump. ttop leftl Helping a classmate install a new top on his car, Flay Tautimer ltop rightl bolted the frame to a brace. Instructor Mel Huftaker gave suggestions to a student who was making a gun mount for his .22 caliber rifle. fleft centerl Working on a butt ioinl, John Hernandez Lbottoml practiced using the acytelene torch during his sixth period welding class. Facing Page: Welding instructor Bill Welch repaired a component of the heliarc machine used for tig welding. ttopl Beginning woodworking student Veronica Encinas used a chisel to form a joint on her project, a bookcase. Cbottoml 1'- ti if u m. ' s ' at Lf fell' I l l I 9 L, Wifi X : V A ,K A . J .Q .1 S A r g As 4 img Tk I K Q ii 'it X I V' 5 xi if il r fir, A A A if at l f f' Industrial Top Row: Ed Deiboldt Dale Finfrock, Gerald Halfman, Robert Hedgecock, George Hoffman, Mel Huffaker. Bottom Row: Harlow Ja es Zoltan Lehel, Bill Monroe, Bob Myers Robert Ortiz, Robert Rusk, William Welch, A casting foundry reinstalled in the machine shop allowed students to cast their own projects. Though some body work was taught in Vocational Auto, the department hoped to have a special course in the subject next year. Through the efforts of Mr. Finfrock, graduating electronics students were able to obtain advanced placement in Pima College electronics classes. Mr. Hoffman took his Vocational Drafting students on several field trips to expose them tothe wide variety of career opportunities available locally in the drafting field. The trips included ' visits to Hughes Aircraft, the U of A Optical Sciences department and the Tucson Art Museum. , dogg Business Manufacturers of a new brand of cola sent a free case of their product to Mrs. Flow's Free Enterprise class in response to a letter- she wrote. The class videotaped commercials for the drink and conducted ap lag -in taste tests. Business Law classes took a close look at the legal system by taking trips to the Arizona Youth Center and the Juvenile Court. Students in Office Typing could specialize in legal, medical, or general secretarial typing skills. Instructor Janet Taylor brought in work from several Tucson businesses, giving students experience with actual office assignments. Business Top Flow: Gloria Dominguez, Polly Edel, Cecilia Gallego, Bertha King, Paula Knauss, Wendy Flow, Janet Taylor, William Turner. During a conference period Mrs. Gallego checked income tax forms completed by her Free Enterprise class. ttop leftl In their Merchandising class, students clipped examples of different types of advertisments from magazines ttop rightl. Practicing on e new adding machine tleft centerl, Myrna Enriquez totaled figures read to her by Marc Feig. Olivia Ayala typed a list of merchandise and prices on an invoice tbottoml in her Clerical Practices class. Facing Page: After adding up a payroll on a desk calculator, Monica Reyes took her work to Mrs. King for grading ltopl. Listening to his headphones for instructions, tbottoml Leon Pickens typed speed drills from a slide screen. 33,1 fi 1 3, 1 1 "? If -V, Q 1 N4 ff" M . V ,, mf, Q .1 A, , 1 , 8 'Q 1' f 52+ 'lfffff' . ii: 9:55 Sf sm- . W. Work Program 1 A fi sl Facing Page: Ana Ruth Camarena took a timed typing test in her second period COE class with Mrs. Knauss itop leftl, In his office in the main, itop rightl Mr. Myers arranged a new work schedule for his DCE class. This Page: Preparing for a timed test, Dan Morris and Suzanne Borkoskie got acquainted with a new adding machine. DECA Top Row: Bill Turner, Joe Bur- mudez, Janet Gunderson, Cecilia Sanchez, Melba Orozco, Jose Mon- tante, lsreal Arroyo, Mike Rappaport, Billy Vargas, Fernando Galvan. Second Flow: Kim West, Grace Montante, Ar- nold Morales,,'Maria Lopez, Veronica Valdez, Sandra Montanez, Mary Dascoli. Third Row: Leighann Abeyta. Brenda Nolette, Victor Pedersoli, Grace Diaz, Patricia Flivera, Diana Klauser, Dora Tona, Patricia Aguirre, Angie Acuna, Julie Gonzales, Bottom Row: Beth Stevens, Barbara Peralta, Irma Alacon, Angie Valdez, Virginia Tamayo, Martha Preciado. DECA, Distributive Educational Clubs of America, emphasized both marketing and retailing. At the end of the year they competed in a regional competition which included written tests as well as actual selling and advertising. For the first time, COE had three male members. COE worked in class and on the job to improve their office skills. A banquet was held for employers toward the end of the year. Mr. Myers' DCE class decided not to have any national affiliation during the '78-'79 school year. In addition to the diversified jobs they each held after school, DCE members did volunteer work in the community. Some earned up to 31,300 working sixteen hours per week. COE Top Row: Rose Marie Quesada, Cathy Wagner, Lorraine Leon, Myrna Enriquez, Suzanne Borkoskie, Linda Altenhof, Marc Feig, Dan Morris. Mld- dle Row: Paula Knauss, Lucas Arvizu, Guadalupe Durazo, Libby Francisco, Patricia Hillman, Ann Ruth Camarena, Patricia Pallenes. Bottom Row: Czarina Contreras, Veronica Duran, Sandy Salgado, Fiosalinda Saldivar, Olga Sanchez, Marcia Walker, Melinda Brown. DCE Top Row: Johnny Saludo, Ernie Kingman, Rick Monje, Danny Quihuis, Paul Dean, Victor Anton, Michael'Early, Leonard F. Licocki. Middle Row: Molly McElroy, Sandra Lisoon, Adrian Reeder, Marie Lopez, Willie Centers, Jeff Zabala, Mr. Myers. Bottom Row: Naomi Memorila, Mary Feliz, Cynthia Laird, Maria Villagas, Eddie Espinoza, Stephan DeSchutter, Donald Green, Mike Shiplett. 71 Special Prog . it tsti f G r s This Page: In his sixth period math class itop lefty Thomas Garcia looked over his notes before a test. During English class, a student utilized her time by looking up vocabulary words in the dictionary ltop rightt. Methods ot Science teacher Melvin Horne explained how to properly prepare a microscope slide iright centerj. Josie Hernandez and Jenny Gonzales worked together on review questions from their English text book ibottomb. Facing Page: During a class discussion on the Civil War, Mike Borozan itopj listened to a-student's question. Watching the ball intently ibottom lem Lisa Beck prepared to hit a forehand in her PE class. English instructor Pat Daniels read a passage from one ot Hemingway's short stories to his class ibottom rightt. Adaptive Ed Top row: Mike Amundson, Mike Borozan, John Daggett, Patrick Daniels, Linda Dyer, Ftoseann Essig, Andy Finkelstein-Ellenbeck. Bottom row: Debra Fleischman, Melvin Horne, Joseph Kelley, Nancy Mascari, Join Severy, Glenn Warren, Donna Westfall. fx -.- - , , s - ,N NW, .1 A 5 1 ' 3, Q K VH: i M1 . 3 I r J , R Y Qui, 9 .1 .,.1 , ..,.f -gf - M9":::" . if W ..., eff-W 54 , V , N if 2 ' lx at f . .f , 5, I I ,Q Vs IN. as b K, Programs for students with special needs such as the handicapped, gifted and the learning disability students were served by the Adaptive Education department. Participants in the On-The-Job Training program earned school credit while learning job skills. The department worked with various outside agencies to meet the needs of its students. From many people one interest. Students discovered outlets for sharing their unique ideas and personalities in the many activities they were able to participate in at THS. Each student joined clubs for his own reasons. Whether it was to become more involved, to meet new people or to fill time, each club member shared the common interest represented by the club. The Hiking, Scuba and Ski clubs gave students the opportunity to participate in activities they may otherwise have been unable to. For those who wished to contribute to or entertain the A community there was Red Cross-Med Start and Los Tucsonenses. Through student government, publication groups and musical groups, skills were acquired which could later be put to use in a career or as a hobby. Some students remained uninvolved because they were either too busy outside of school to put in the time it would take or because they felt these activities accomplished nothing. School involvement was, for most people, the best way to share their interests. Activities .w ygfw fi i ff'Z2"l 2 JW! iv 4 if . 'A P f g , g . . if AZ, wzyfwwiwfm 99' Jwfwefs.. Concert Choir 5 .1 .- 1 W ,tx -..,W 1, , E s fffri Y it Q gi g . QW ' i A i i l -E frm J 1' This page: During their fourth period class ltop lefti, choir sopranos rehearsed a song planned for the Christmas concert. iCenter lefty Members of the Concert Choir used the cafeteria facilities for their annual spaghetti dinner. Chorus director Bonnie Baker motioned to the choir to soften the tone on the last note. ltop righti QCenter righty Performing as a barbershop quartet, members of the choir entertained students at the Christmas assembly. Facing page: At a dress rehearsal, the choir practiced "Carol of the Bells" lbottom Ieftl for their upcoming concert. M4 E 343,455 :.n155:,z3g.' I Facing page: Concert Choir Seniors Bottom row: Steve Creswell, Nancy Peterson, Jennifer Needham, Paula Gonzales, Tom Garcia, Bonnie Baker. Second row: Clark Evenchik, Janet Hogan, Kari Strand, Bob Campillo, Maja Majcerm, Dana Holloway, Chris Pladtke. Third row: Gilbert Salazar, Susan Adair, Thelma Don, Karen Huestis, Carisa Endrizzi, Ben Erps. Fourth row: Jerry Hernandez, Leslie McCune, Judy Flannigan, Karen Van Oosterhout, Amy Pleiter, Flichard Foster. This page: Concert Choir Underclass- men Bottom row: Laurie Evans, Jen- nifer Johnson, Colin Sharp, Becky Lara, Dian McElvaine, Mike Fazio, Chip Calaway, Dylana Matthews, Rhonda Szakal, Mike Beach, Connie Waite, Bonnie Baker. Second row: Dana Harshfield, Geraldine Villalobos, Kim West, George Wilson, Ron Morales, Pam Hill, Robin Perry, Kelly Quinlan. Third row: Amber Gin, Paul Garcia, Amy Davidson, Bridget Stoll, Tad Woods, Mike Colmenero, Sandra Mon- tanez, Rochelle Cunningham, Mario Tineo, Sandy Wharton. Fourth row: Lisa Freedman, Kathy Brubaker, Margie Lopez, Eric Cross, Steve Bolin, Evangeline Mendoza, Kynda Lundeen, Jim Hook, Kerrie Hansen. Fifth row: Karen Boyd, Sean Dugan, Lee Silver- man, Charlotte Lewis, Peter Porter, Bob Garcia, Lisa Levkowitz, Chris Herr, Mike Johnson, Karin Johnson. Under the direction of Bonnie Baker, who replaced Ed Hughes who was on sabbatical, the Concert Choir continued the tradition of holding a spaghetti dinner to raise money for the Solo and Ensemble Festival held at Catalina High School. Peter Williams and Geri Payne from Pima Community College helped direct the group during 2nd and 4th periods. Along with the four concerts at THS the choir planned to participate in the All-State and All-City competitions. Troubadors 45 Troubadors Bottom Row: Paula Gonzales, Mike Colmenero, Kari Strand, Bob Campillo, Shelly Cun- ningham, Tom Pothoff, Donna Morgan, Ron Morales, Susan l-ledtke. Second Row: Kerrie Hanson, Steve Bolin, Carisa Endrizzi, Clark Evenchik, Karen Huestis, Chris Radtke, AmberGin, Mike Johnson, Janet Hogan, Gilbert Salazar, Diane McEIvaine. Third Row: Ben Erps, Amy Plieter, Eric Cross, Karen Van Oosterhout, Bob Garcia, Kathy Bru- baker, Peter Porter, Susan Adair, Richard Foster, Charlotte Lewis. Lyre's Club Bottom Row: Greg Vaughn, David Messner, Natalie Duerkson, Ralph l-loyos, Top Row: Richard Foster, Alan Coretz, Vernon Wilhite, Peter Tadeo, Richard Porter. This page: Basses Mike Johnson and Peter Porter sang variations of their part to decide which sounded best. ttop leftl Helping out the Troubadors director tbottom rightl Charlotte Lewis marked the attendance sheets. Facing Page: Members ot the Troubadors discussed their performance in the halls moments before going on ftop leftl. During a rehearsal Amber Gin ttop rightl helped Mike Fazio work on a piano solo to be performed at the Christmas concert. During a break in rehearsal members of the soprano section took time out to catch up on some social gossip tcenterl, Lyre's Club To commemorate songs of the 17th century, the Tucson High Troubadors planned a trip to Flagstaff to participate in a Madrigal competition. During the year the group spent most of their time performing at local junior high schools and churches. The Troubadors raised over five hundred dollars at a Jog-a-Thon held at the U of A. Senior members of the band made up the Lyre's Club at THS this year. They raised funds for the band by gathering newspapers on Saturdays and recycling them. Band at , 3.1.5 HZ. iam, ' a' f iviwm Q- A WML? H1 .iii 4 - I Mig. . .., ,B-Z .,,.. M vm?"-' , W, ...Q X 7' 'T 1 ,4 N A p , " 1 , ,Wffw A .,., F' 5 ' fm ' X . ' R H gy bk 5- 95 F , .. 5 ,lk 'V9,,,,,...- A ... , . ,gs -,,- , P M H 'M I ' , ' K' , ' Q ... ,ff7fffqjf' rf" li .Q -'f' ",""""' 'Egg' M.: ' y -ff v-'F ' ' ' . ' f L A Q. ' ,'v.1'I" , , , , ,. Wim, ,wg,,p,,,f G Hfxw .1 .. . ,mw- :.,fa"A 4' ft .'.,wgZ.,r-f- al' 4- . . ,.,ff,1'f4+f , 1 .2 A i- f 1' v wail' .Q - V :RM,Z6iHiW.A,. , . ..Zx,w, , Q . ,F.M?Lp5.: Am- MJ., . ,. - "' ,, , ,,,,Y,. , 1 , ,g,, 3,,7,,,.w ,Q ,, . '1wi1w"" " 1' 1 KTCYPZF' lfffififffl- ,'n,i'.Q.-aa. - ,Vf V- .-R F1 X mf" xc 5-.Y f .,.. n' , . Le 1' V' if. ..,'fa1 ev ,. V , , R 11,5 'lr r " 'Gs Facing page: The finale to a pre-game show ended as band members knelt to finish a square dance number ttop leftl ttop righti Drum major Vernon Wilhite watched as the band rehearsed a routine during one of their Wednesday practices. Trombonist 11m Benedict Ccenter lefti practiced marching while playing the opening number of a band routine. A member of the band fcenter rightl showed his spirit by wearing a red and white "T" cap. The 1978-79 THS band marched in the Veterans Day parade and the Rodeo parade. Performances at half times of the football games culminated at the U of A's band day where the Marching 100 received a superior rating. Later in the year the band planned a trip to Disneyland. Advanced Band Front row: Kathy Seward, Susan Haney, Karen Konrad, Liz O'Brien, Lisa Humes, Deana Wagner, Frances Almond, Anna Guerena, Carol Yvette Rodriguez, Natalie Kathleen Duerksen, Paula Gonzales, Greg Vaughn, B. J. Campillo, Leo Catacano, Kelly Hilmer. Second row: Veronica Gomez, Wendy Hannah, Adrienne Parry, Meg Horton, Yolanda Bustamante, Rosalinda Bravo, Barbara Hammond, Karla Bareither, Kathy Hook, Richard Foster, Felix Ortiz, Den- nis Washington, Kevin Murray, Alicia Washington, Eduardo Bernal Jr., Craig Coretz, Rosie Loaiza, Jessie Alvarez, Rosalind Williams. Third row: Tom Guerena, Anne Mathews, Henry Hill, Paul Tadeo, Kim Jones, Peter Lopez, Tony Malaby, Roberto Verdugo. Guadalupe Salgado, Richard Porter, Leon Mazza, Rene Zouns, Andrew Mandros, Carlos Valencia, Mario Alvarez, David Messner, Alan Coretz, Frank Contreras Jr., Patrick Porter, Fernando Padilla, Peter Tadeo, Rosamaria Bregon, Ronnie Grijalva, Frank Munsey, Armando Gonzales. Fourth row: Ralph Hoyos, Craig Waller, Eric Butler, Joey Ortiz, Sean McEIigot, Fred Cross, Tim Benedict, Derek Logan, Duane Messner, Sam Camarena, Vito Badalamenti, Shawn Pollard, Johnny Hill. Fifth row: Vernon Wilhite, Charles Williams, Eric Cross, Lori Peterson, Mike Fazio, Robbin Copeland, Joseph Bermudez, Paul Gar- cia, Jim Hook. Scott Askie, assistant drum major, finished his half time routine and turned to direct another song tbottom leftl This page: As the pre-game show began lbottom lefti trombone players marched to take their places on the field. fcenter rightj Drummers joined the crowd in cheering by beating the drums when Tucson made a touchdown. The "unknown tuba player" fbottom rightl became well known in the stands at Badger football games. Orchestra Facing page: Two violinists ttop leftl brought a musical composition to an end with a Crescendo. Before the beginning of class a cellist warmed up on his instrument by playing a few scales. itop rightl Ms. Strayer conducted her third period class ibottom lefty in preparation for an upcoming Christmas concert. fbottom rightj Dana Holloway found a few spare moments in which to tune her instrument before beginning. This page: Bassist Peter Tadeo ttop centerl concentrated on a musical piece he was to play at a concert. Orchestra Bottom Row: Dana Hollo- way, Lydia Franken, Dana Harshfield, Coleen Lennox, Kim Tau, Anne Waid, Kevin Shirer, Edwin Tellman, Cathy Wagner, Pierson Tadeo, Maria Mar- tinez. Second Row: William Hom, Vicky Otto, Carol Tellman, Karena Endrizzi, Laura Williams, Alicia Franken, Rob Coretz, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Carmen Portillo, Rosita Campos, Anne Baldwin, Rafeal Terrazas, Stewart Hess, Dan Stokes, Mike Gutierrez. Third Row: Lisa Hume, Deana Wagner, Frances Al- mond, Kerrie Hansen, Debbie Thompson, Jose Villa, Richard Foster, Dan Baldein, Craig Coretz, Kim Jones, Barbara Hammond. Fourth Row: Mrs. Judith Strayer, Paul Garcia, Lori Peter- son, Eve Felix, Richard Porter, Ralph Hoyos, Pat Porter, Scott Askie, Derek Logan, Peter Tadeo. In May the Tucson High Orchestra was invited to travel to Flagstaff to perform at the graduation ceremony at Northern Arizona University. During the school year the group gave eight concerts including their annual Christmas concert and Spring Program. Seventeen of the eighteen Orchestra members who tried out made the regional Orchestra. The group also participated in All-City in March. .,.. .W ffl .za-'?f,L,'ff wk . Q l A: tl L gi' 1,4 .,- .af 4, T Rm .f ,tr fb' ' xi 533: 4 " .Blume-.... .Q-Kofi , Y s 5 . 1' f-. ,....,, , wh-QQN-M4..,,, ' , , i ' --Hgh' ' -'QL Gil W I XX ,04- ,, K.. N 'ff1"1v 'PK ff ',,'f lf"Q W 'Hg ,J L J Z? 3 usii fR5,f5x Nw, . -2. 9' 5 'C 4' 5 gm 3 fr' 4. ,,f,gK" - e w -...,,- 1-sr X , W X Terpsi Opening their season with a nostalgic routine, Terpsi performed at the homecoming assembly in November. In January the dancers presented a W demonstration entitled "What is Modern Dance?" for several elementary schools. Terpsichore's annual school assembly and their spring concert with the Orchestra highlighted the last quarter. At the Homecoming assembly Terpsichore members ftop rightl and their partners performed a nostalgic routine. Tina Lee practiced a leap she was to perform at an assembly to introduce the members of Terpsichore. lbottom leftl Terpsi: Tammy Earl, Sharon Miles, Gina Herrera, Tina Lee, Sylvia Aguirre Michelle Elias, Yolanda Morentin Geraldine Villalobos, Bella Ochoa, Lisa Swett, Loretta Duerksen, , .., If ,,g.:gg-M I i,i is 1' I Los Tucsonences Director Mrs. Santa Cruz had one of her dancers run through his part in the Mexican dance "Jarave" ftop centerl. While preparing tor a Los Tucsonences performance ftop rightl members of the group practiced the Mexican Hat Dance. During sixth period members of Los Tucsonences fcenterl practiced a routine for an elementary school presentation. Members dressed out in full costume for a final rehearsal prior to the spring assembly Kbottomi, Los Tucsonences Bottom row: Veronica Quintana, Carmelita Lugo, Bettina Mendoza, Martha Preciado, Veronica Silva, Olga Morales. Top row: Raul Silva, Sandra Montanez, Maria Montanez, Ftafaela Santa Cruz, Lisa Aguilar, Vidal Preciado, Luis Valenzuela. Besides performing nearly thirty times during the year, Los Tucsonences held a Mexican pot luck dinner for parents and friends. Members sold Avon products to raise money for a trip to Guadalajara where they attended dance classes and went sightseeing. Culture Clubs A . if 'vw."'.S"fZ Pmvai 4. , L xyix 5 " uve Al l dlkkglg K 88 The THS and Special Proiects German clubs combined this year and sold Advent calendars. During 2nd period the French Club held their Christmas party, complete with French carols. Fund raisers for the Black Culture Club included bake sales and a dance contest. Facing page: ltop Ieltl German Club advisor, Lorel Krutz listened while club members discussed fund raising ideas. ln order to learn first hand about French culture, ltop rightl members ofthe French Club made crepes. While competing in a Black Culture dance contest lbottom righti two dancers demonstrated their disco style. This page: As a fund raiser, Black Culture members held bake sales during conference periods. ltop leftl lbottom rightl Disco records were played for the contestants to dance to at the Black Culture dance contest. German Club Bottom row: Ben Hissins, Wayne Ftudner, Daisy Schrock, Edwin Tellman, Kevin Hess, Stewart Hess, Ftuth Grayson, Sheryl Tatom. Second row: Lorel Krutz, Elena Suenson, John Cardarella, Liedeke Gehrels, Jennifer Johnson, Francisco Laguna, Laurie Bunker, Katharina Kupka. Third row: Christie Galaska, Doyle Hall, Diane Braun, Stan Davis, David Jakowski, Brian Bedor, Bill Fisher, Eric Lindberg, Jim Eva. French Club Bottom row: Susan Ham, Susan Poindexter, Leonor Martinez, Michele Haskins, Jill McCoy, Veronica Quitana. Second row: Maria Olga Ochoa, Patty Maldonado, Karen Jud- son, Diego Valenzuelo, Dina Williams. Third row: Alma Valdez, Loretta Duerksen, Olga Morales, Maria Marshall, Flalph Anton, Laura Williams. Black Culture Bottom row: Denise Wayman, Janet Waggoner, Michelle Warren, Deneva Wilson, Durice Murray, Kathy Mathes, Dina Smith. Second row: Jackie Futon, Sharon Miles, Charlotte Williamson, Marcia Walker, Cynthia Godfrey, Dedra Wilson, Carolyn Daniels. Third row: Sonya Mathis, Linda Atmore, Sophia Lewis, Alpha Warren, Ronnie Daniels, Victor Langford, Milton Clark, Danny Hill. Sign Language Hoping to increase awareness toward deaf and blind people around the Tucson area, students and teachers founded the Sign Language Club. Calling themselves The Tucson Signers, the group met every Wednesday afternoon. Members planned a student exchange with The Arizona School for The Deaf and Blind. At a club meeting lor sign language members, Jean Maez ttop leltl attempted to spell out the word "special." During one of the sign language meetings ttop rightl Susan Everett worked to memorize the basics of sign language. Mrs. Taylor went over the letters of the alphabet with members of the sign language club. tbottomb V .X 1'!f g5Lgf' , -v s ' -1 - -k..i--- . ..,:.,--...,....,-A- c, 'W ,- - ,. Q ,Q -.... .. - -W ' , - -'4h.... . , .51-., -' A-.Y.f:r- ' .gt ' " 'Lift 'xF,"i 4-1 t...a.,-t ....qt e. ,..., , gm-.-..,zr -'fag I i r -f f , Mix , s w,,, 'T' -. 'f 'f . -we slt -.hw g C-if: 7 Scuba Scuba Club Bottom Row: Lizzi DuBois, Jackie Freundlich, Jim Murray, Nancy Wexler, Susan Waite. Rosanna D'Arrigo, Carisa Endrizzi, Camilla Lib- by, Tim Murphy, Paul Kareiva. Second Row: William Welch, Mark Cordova, Rebecca Block, Sheila Biazo, Carole Treat, Kari Strand, Chris Herr, Bridget Stoll, Steve Pacheco, Evangeline Men- doza. Third Row: Henry Clark Jr., Nick Duckstein, Betsy Mercado. Joan Erps, Lois Olstad. Matt Wallace, Merial Vuillemin, Henry Kay, Karena Endrizzi, Sally Rusk, Ben Erps, im-4 Members ot the Scuba Club snorkeled in the waters ot Cholla Bay during a trip to Mexico ttop lefty. Scuba club member, Joe Vuillemin, paused for a minute before he finished getting ready for his diving trip. ltopl Coke machines located around the school campus helped the Scuba Club raise money for their diving trips to Puerto Lobos, Cholla Bay, and to Ensenada Chica. In order to raise additional money they held several car washes. The Scuba Club used Pueblo High School pool to practice their diving techniques. Hiking GRIP ii? .4 Hiking Club Bottom Flow: Dian McEl- vaine, Pablo Flodriguez, Bay Tautimer, Karin Wharton, Jean Ward, Mary Ann Gomez, Cathy Brubaker, Second Row: Kari Strand, Sheryl Tatum, Susan Everett, Tom Garcia, Gina Pickens, Elaine Pickens, Jeanette DeConcini, Kathy Cardarella. Third Row: Joseph Kelley, Karen Huestis, Sandy Wharton, Pam Buser, Patricia Hillman, Christine Herr, Merial Vuiilemin. Fourth Row: Paul Brophy, Bill Becker, Michael Leighton, Charlotte Lewis, Martin Bran- dle, Glynn Pickens, Charles Hoge, David Reid. When they reached the summit of the mountain, hikers itop rightl were relieved to find a place to rest. David Fleid, silhouetted against an incoming storm, stopped to enjoy the view from a high rock in the Catalinas tbottoml. Hiking Club members traveled to Mt. Lemmon, and Madera and Sabino Canyons. According to sponsor Joe Kelly, the club had a slower year than usual, planning only one or two hikes monthly. No fund raisers were scheduled due to low overhead costs but "participation was excellent" with at least ten members attending each hike. Ski A Christmas Ski trip to Salt Lake City highlighted the activities of the 1978-79 Ski Club. Members raised money to fund trips by participating in the Pole-n' Ski Swap meet at the Doubletree Inn. Also planned was a Rodeo Ski trip to Telluride, Colorado. Scott Askie checked the safety features on his ski equipment before leaving on a trip to Aspen. ltop leftl Two skiers ttop rightl concentrated on keeping their balance as they neared the bottom of the slope. Ski Club Bottom Row: Karen Huestis, Tina Avalos, Beth Sonnenblick, Tracy Pitt, Dana Pitt, Amy Scott, Lisa Wetts- tein, Tim Murphy, Shaun Morey. Sec- ond row: Karin Johnson, Lisa Freed- man, Carole Treat, Kari Strand, Charles Mclntyre, Jennifer Needham, Kathy Hays, Connie Waite, Fticki Sabel, Karen Van Oosterhout, Third row: Marshall Krotenberg, John Quiroz, Thelma Don, Lisa Levkowitz, Clark Evenchik, Mars Thierman, Scott Eaton, Lori Evans, Tami Huhn. Fourth row: Len Casebier, Kris Hamblin, Jeannie Prosser, Mike Dugan, Chris Kelley, Randy Downer, Steve Gooter, Sean Dugan, Flob Aronoff, Jeff Fulginiti. Med-Start Med-Start activities included field trips to hospitals and medical facilities. Members of the organization planned a bagel sale in Decem- ber to raise money for a Christmas box for the needy. This year Med-Start sponsored the annual Red Cross blood drive and helped plan an assembly to encourage students to donate blood. l S 5 QM K .' " 1 ,gg , fy X 0.3! Wg: .r 9 'nu' o Mg'- ,1 v , at hx gt bww 1 "A Q 1 Qi 1 'iso v , H Q in fga. t , .. H1511 it ' Q'-null Y IIIQ... . "Hu v ing., 5 1 . X 1 ' - ' , f ,f 1, -53 'W ' .V A f x- ,-LN, :N Y - at . 2- 'Fei 1Top lefty Med-Start President Maria Martinez, and sponsor Mrs. Dominguez discussed ideas concerning the Blood Drive. Mary Dascoli and George Rodriguez listened as suggestions for a Christmas box were presented itop rightl Members of Bi-Chem-Phy examined the soil of a coleus plant ibottomj to determine the amount of moisture it needed. Med-Start Bottom Row: Yvette Gauna, Cecilia Ruiz, Maria Martinez, Mary Dascoli, Second Flow: Gloria Dominguez, George Rodriguez, Marion Narmion, Maggie Harese, Ernie Her- nandez, Maria Villegas. .Q , E Xi' a, -, - "". f rw ki , . ttf, . , f ,Q twig Bi-Chem-Phy MQW ai .1 1-.., Y AK., Bi-Chem-Phy's schedule included field trips to points of interest in and out of town. Picnics and hikes to Mt. Lemon and Peppersauoe Canyon were popular activities with the group. Field trips to Kitt Peak Observatory and the Dragun Historical Museum were fun for the members as well as educational. Bi- Chem-Phy held meetings during Wednesday morning conference periods. Bi-Chem-Phy: Charles Fallang, Sarah Anne Simaan, Pablo Rodriguez, Carl Payne, Mr. Dietrich, Gerard Varelas. Mr. Dietrich gave the members of Bi-Chem-Phy a talk on how nature fits in with everyday living. lbottom leftj On a trip to Mt. Lemmon, lbottom rightl members of Bi-Chem-Phy studied variations of trees leaves. Making terrariums gave Olivia Valenzuela the opportunity to learn about the moisture level plants need. fcenter rightl g ei 5131 NFL Mrs. Jane Nott, National Forensic League coach, felt 'ithis was a year of rebuilding for the team." Though the squad was young, it remained one of the largest chapters in the state. Members attended tournaments at high schools and colleges throughout Arizona. Money raised from the sale of IVl8tlVl's was used to pay national dues, finance parties and help pay expenses for National qualifiers. NFL Bottom row: Olivia Valenzuela, Betsy Daub, Tracy Daub, Lisa Hume, Ann Zukoski. Second row: Debbie Salitsky, Vicky Otto, Kerrie Hansen, Maria Moriacci, Lisa Federhar, David Brooks. Facing page: As she reviewed a speech, NFL member Lisa Hume ftop rightl concentrated on improving her eye contact. While helping a Speech member research a topic, coach Jane Nott tbottoml searched through a textbook for information. This page: Amy and Sally Schneider composed the only debate team of the National Forensic League this year. fbottom leftj Practicing facial expressions, Kerrie Hansen fcenterl rehearsed her oratory in front of the other NFL members. fbottom rightl During a Wednesday morning meeting, Jay Edelberg listened to a discussion of plans for the ASU tournament. NFL coach Jane Nott often used her conference periods to consult with members and help the with speeches. frightl Electronics Opportunities offered by the Electronics Club included working with computers and learning industrial uses for electronics. Members entered a state-wide competition held in spring which included categories in radio and television repair, house wiring, and industrial assembling. Bottom Flow: Eddie Espinoza, Gigi Humphrey, Carl Payne, Ken Thompson, Second Row: Ralph Anton, Richard Bradford, Daniel Rivera, David Harshfield. Third Row: Calvin Lee, Eduardo Bernal, Rick Champlin, Ronald Schackart, Mike Howard, During his third period class, Ken Thompson ibottom rightl solved a problem by checking the electronic circuits. In an attempt to change the programming, Mike Small and Joe Wiley ttop rlghtl switched the wiring of an electric console. W' if s if X, FFA Tony Razo, a member of the Future Farmers of America, fbottom leftl shoveled manure to be used around the fruit trees. Growing plants in the greenhouse taught FFA member Deana Wagner how plants adapt to temperatures, tcenter rightl FFA Bottom row: Holly Adams, Deana Wagner, Stephen Smith, Dev DeLucia. Top row: Mary Maybrier, Craig Coretz, Tony Razo, Federico Palafox, Robert Rusk ,tee .. Keeping up with the Tucson trend toward arid landscaping, Future Farmers ot America grew desert plants and sold them to raise club funds. The club also landscaped the Arizona Children's Home with native plants. Members appeared on KZAZ TV when Elven Caraway the FFA Western Regional Vice President visited the Chapter. wg... Chess 5 1 1 00 Exchange Programs As participants in ECEN T the Region IV Open High School Chess S il Tournament, the TH Unis Chess Club placed fifth out of the twenty-one teams competing. On the individual basis, Steve Bagalini placed first and Edwin Tellmen fourth. The group defeated three other schools in a meet at Tombstone, and went to the March State Regionals. Through the American Field Service Katrina Kupka and Rossana D'Arrigo were able to attend THS as exchange students. Participants in the AFS program have a choice of a long iism term exchange in the ' winter or a shorter one in the summer. 4 Facing page: During a conference period Mr. Thomas and a Chess Club member ltop lefti played a practice game of chess. ln an effort to improve his game, a member of the Chess Club ftop rightj concentrated on his new strategy. This Page: Katrina Kupka thumbed through library books ftopj to find an interesting topic for a research paper. Two chess players used the library during conference period to finish a game started earlier. fCenterJ Anne Makkonen listened as gf 1 A' her English teacher tcenter rightl Q5 explained the content of a future exam. While waiting in Mr. Jones' Office, Rosanna D'Arrigo threatened to disconnect Mrs. Riback's phone call. tbottom righti Facing page tbottom lefty: Chess Club Bottom Row: John Dange, Wayne Redner, Scott Gerber. Top Row: Jose Oliveira, Bill Robinson, Tim Benedict, -fa-v1H"l"""'!. Robert Thomas. 101 02 Chronicle ln January the Cactus Chronicle marked the 60th Anniversary of the publication with a twelve page edition. This year's staff, under the supervision of Erika Burr, was one of the youngest ever, consisting mainly of Sophomores and Juniors. During the summer four members of the Chronicle staff went to a publications camp to improve their journalistic skills. During third period, Tucsonian Editor Anne Johnson showed Len Casebier how to draw up a layout. ttop rightl Chronicle stall members icenterl met with Mrs. Burr to discuss improvements for the next issue of the newspaper. Tammy Huhn, Chronicle Sports editor, tbottom Ieitj typed the rough draft of an article about the football team. fbottom rightl Sorting through pictures, Chronicle Photographer Kari Strand planned for upcoming deadlines. , x I if-Tx "tf,f",.LZf-m. -1 3 Tucsonicin Through graphics and cover design members of the Tucsonian staff concentrated on the theme "E Pluribus Unum". Due to a cost increase in film processing, the staff was forced to learn to develop their own film. Production of the yearbook was slowed down due to the District teachers' strike in early fall, but was back to normal by November. Kupper Ieiti Using the light box, sports editor Eric Finical cropped a color picture for the opening section. Staff member Daphne Wedig tbottcm rightj concentrated on redrawing a Sophomore class layout. Tucsonian Bottom Row: Julie Barber, Olivia Valenzuela, Cecilia Mendoza, Daphne Wedig, Amy Davidson. Second Row: Maria Morlacci, Cheri Barnes, Amanda White, Scott Meyer, Loretta Chacon, Anne Johnson, Frances Galvan. Top Row: Mars Thierman, Xavier Garcia, Scott Eaton, Bari Weick, Lisa Freedman, Eric Finical, Len Casebeir, Linda Altenhof. -.e:4.a.,a-iallidl-' " K 'K R' K., turf. X jk 10 04 'From many athletes one team. Sports attracted students from all areas of the school. Although nothing, except his ability, limited the individual's choice of a sport, his social, racial and sexual group often determined the sports he went out for. THS, after completely ridding itself of the threat of a cut-back, offered a wide variety of sports. Students y channeled their time and energy into this area for many reasons ranging from a desire to win scholarships to participating purely for enjoyment. No matter what the individual reason for joining was, each athlete wanted a team he could be proud of. Students found that no one team member was good enough to guarantee a successful team by himself. It took the combined efforts of each individual to build a team. ln an attempt to make their team the best, coaches and fellow' athletes encouraged each other to strive for self-improvement which benefited the entire team. Students who did not take .an active part in ' . sports were able to participate as spectators. For the most part, the athletes gained, a shared 'confidence and pride in themselves and in the team as a whole. O6 Varsity Football "We intend to go out and give everybody we play a shot." This is what Coach Bill Dawson said in a pre-season interview with the Tucson Citizen about the '78 THS Varsity football team. In his second year of coaching at Tucson High several changes were made, particularly in the offensive set-up. The team switched from the T-formation to a set-up more like the one used in professional football. The squad lost 23 men to graduation while retaining only 8. Because of this, the team was a relatively inexperienced one. This page: Pete Porter and Chris Kelly Ctopt tore through a banner, leading the Badgers into the second half against Pueblo. After a diving tackle tailed to stop him, running back Andre Jones ibottoml ran on for a large gain. Opposite page: When Tucson High scored a touchdown, Mike Washington ibottoml raised his arm as a symbol of victory. Varsity Football Top Row: Clint Berry- man, Willie Daniels, Pete Porter, Mike Lawrence, Danny Prosser, Steve Fimbres, Kevin Brown, David Quinones, Mike Dugan, Ernie Hernandez, Luis Foster. Second Row: Todd Tomlinson, Gilbert Salazar, Filipe Ruiz, Mike Hogue, Robin Aronolf, Felix Veldez, Tom Buckston, Robert Cota, Alex Womack, Sergio Solis, Laurence Lopez. Third Flow: Bobby Contrerez, Andy Aguilar, Joe Rodriguez, Jeff Franklin, Mike Washington, Tony Men- dibles, Tommy Johnson, Andre Jones, Danny Hill, Chris Radtke, Ernie Rubio. Fourth Row: Gordon Luke, Robert DeBerry, Fred Fitzpatrick, Robert Johnson, Victor Langford, Willie Cen- ters, Leonard Martinez, Chris Kelly, Fer- nando Galvan, Ray Quiroz, Coach Dawson -v-r yi N fi? ,wi A Aff? m 3. fi ,A ,Q ,. X , .-.V lux:-aim kings' . , '41 ' ,V '- W , Q PPS, , 1, . is " .w "PZ 'W' WE "N , x 5 'J' --K K Q ,Ju '-..' ' 'Y- JK2' px. n v W, vw ., 'S f' YQ' b ,skit X' ff? W '2 , 12 ' - 4 5331 ut X S21 f 1 M 5 Jan vw Q 1 , ,,. -.-were-9 semi! I ,l ,f J,-, . Q- , 4. x. sf- K " " 1- - If. 1 f on-p-N wa-r no -1-Qui W ' Y :Geri "if 'FT . q L- 1 . "J, A .g'Q1l.-mx. ' -'-332-1 123, .M ,Q V s . , V3 . is . I V .-, ...... J W..-W - Q- is , . ,K gm 5 1 K -.D g 1,5 4 35' ,g. Q it 9 Q 4 nw, Ay .fo QQ' "" 'T I ". '45 5 6 ' qw q VA - , ,, 2 5' 'F' ' ' " t f fu if iv , x W ii.. Y .. . -'15 . Q ,f If .,, 'Z' ,, Wifi if 'f S-sf Q 'W n yy- .N 'S 'fl- fg-.fin I, Q". rage . ,A M J 'rr f T. According to Coach Dawson, the team had a "great attitude" and "never gave up, even when the game seemed hopelessly lost." The Badgers suffered key injuries before the season even began. Quarterback Leonard Martinez hurt his shoulder and was unable to play in several games. Junior Danny Hill filled the open position during these games. "He really did a great job," said Dawson. The squad's offense averaged 14 points a game, while the defense allowed the opposition over 22 points a contest. ARSITY FOOTBALL H OPP. Santa Flita 11 Palo Verde 25 Sabine 2 S ipoints 35 S i 2 i a ah a I C 10 110 Frosh Football According to Coach William Kreamer, the '78 season was a year of experimentation for the Freshman Football Team. "We had an entirely new staff with a lot of great ideas," he noted. The team standouts were halfback Leroy Tamplin and center Danny Denogean. The team ended the season with 3 wins, 2 losses and 2 ties. Coach Jim Wandrey Ctop Iefti watched as his players went through an inner squad scrimmage. In an elfort to gain extra yardage against Catalina, Osia Lewis ltop rightj ran around the right side, Frosh Football Top Row: Coach Kreamer, Bobby Verdugo, Bryan Pablo, Ron Grljalva, Jeff Vuilleman, Paul Eck, John Wedig, Ronnie Barjas, Victor Cor- tez, Sergio Coreila, Coach Dominguez. Second Row: Danny Denogean, Larry Acedo, Frank Stocker, Richard Kublius, Rick Laguna, Steve Pacheco, Al Braca- monte, Dave Contreras, Bobby Robin- son, Rudy Mendez, Victor Martinez. 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Football , L i .. 4. -52-tit er Q 'T 1 3 5,1 sag Pnxgg gg aan 24,53 95 I f ent' 3 ,A fb ," ---....... J . -.........,, its ? 5,6 : L-.1 N' i i s E 1 3 2? 'Fri' 1 'tt D V! ,fl Jin ' W 'lbw V? 41'-vu' -s ., The 1978 J. V. Football team had the best record of any THS J. V. squad since 1971. Head coach James Wandrey attributed the success to a "wide open offensive attack" and "a group of talented players." "We were a well-balanced team," he added. Standouts of the squad were quarterback Osia Lewis and defensive back Ernie Bonillas. The team averaged 24 points a game while the defense held their opponents to an average of 9 points. The team ended the season with 6 wins, 1 tie, and a single loss. An extra point attempt by place kicker Steve Alford icenterj was blocked by the Catalina defense. On a sweep around the right side Sean Dugan ibottom lettj looked downfield for his next block. Trying to make a tirst down, quarterback Osia Lewis ibottom rightl used a stiff arm to push away an opponent. J.V. Football Top Flow: Kelly Beach, Marshall Krotenburg, Jeff McKnight, David Gonzales, Darly Peterson, Osia Lewis, Matt Wallace, John Vann, Carlos Oredain, Steve Alford, Sean Dugan, Jerry Johnson, Luis Samaniegro. Second Row: Albert Chambers, Richard Rubi, Pat Leach, Calvin Murry, Ricky Copeland, Tony Gaston, Chip Galloway, Colin Sharp, J. R. Duarte, Guido Russo, Scott Brown. Third Row: Ricky Gilbert, Pierson Tadeo, Robin Corkill, David Quinonez, Jeff Strebing, Martin Nava, Robert Net- ting, Gabe Rodrguez, James Hook, John Feldman, Jesus Rivera. Bottom Row: Sal Baldaro, Carlos Madrid, John Acosta, Tom Rodgers, Ernie Boniilas, Ricardo Silva, Ron Rivera, Chuck Hawk, Raul Silva. 2 Varsity Basketball Coach Charlie Cook felt that the '78 Varsity Basketball team had to rely upon their quickness rather than their height to score against the opposing teams. "The scoring was pretty evenly spread out among the team members," he added. The defense used a full court press, while the offense relied heavily upon their fast break. Winston Warr and Kent Nasser led the team in scoring, both averaging about 13 points per contest. The team lost several close games, including a 4 point loss to Rincon, who was ranked number 'I in the city. This page: Sean Davis ttop leftj leaped high above the court to block an inbounds pass during the Sabino game. Varsity Basketball Top Row: Coach Charles Cook, Ben Erps, Danny Hill, Kent Nasser, Sean Davis, Winston Warr. Bottom Row: Arthur Crouse, Robert Johnson, Wilfred Moore, Victor Langford, Juan Matty, Carlos Madrid. Opposite page: Guard Sergio Parra ltop centerj drove the baseline to score two points against Rincon. Between quarters, Danny Hill and Kent Nasser ttop rightb listened to instructions from the coaching staff. A Rincon defender tbottom leftj made a futile attempt to block a lay-up by guard Robert Johnson. On a fast break up h 'ddl f d Arth t e mu e, orwar ur V Crouse tbottom rightl Iofted the A A gig- , , ' -r ball towards the basket. - - ' I .. ...,. ' ' W . , l V A . A QS 1, 5?'i5'!?af.,W J u A M ,,,,, ?.1 ,. me an i ' KVVV Ai N tif?-, . , Cm. 11 i 2 r VAN .5 ,na4'6QwJ5i751:3- ,,m,.I,, ,J-j in-4. 3114 W ...mm iw rqfrzamf M2 Q sax- if f V' 1' xi pf' K pe f P Qs.- 1 '4 gy, f 143 5 i ir . .K My N. . M M1 4' I - .---Hu-- W -my--' 8 Qkl... 114 Varsity Basketball The Badgers were noted tor the high percentage ot free throw shots they made, which often kept them in the game. Coach Cook felt that the team would continue to improve as the season went on, and that the team "is going to do a lot better than most people think they will." V ity B k lb II77 78 THS Opp. 47 S b 56 43 S 1 Ft 1 57 53 P I V d 56 53 B 46 69 S h 72 54 F1 63 49 S b 4B 52 Fi 73 71 S 1 Fi 1 64 77 S b 47 77 S 1 Fi 1 57 74 S y d 65 31 C 1 I 30 54 A pn 56 56 P bi 72 69 Ch II 49 74 S lp t 60 62 s y a 50 B1 C 1 I 52 65 A ph 51 51 P bl B2 89 Ch ll 51 74 s lp I 65 49 Ch ll 36 49 Ri 68 Outdistancing his opponent on a fast break, Robert Johnson trightl added two points to the THS score. Coach Charlie Cook tbottom leftl called a time out to discuss strategy in the game against Sunnyside. ,es ,yi "" -we , 'F if sgstp Q mg, E' f -fa, 3-'..."' i has i 2 5 who ,,iSt5wff,. I his "This year the girls are older and stronger and have improved 100 percent over last year," stated Varsity Girls' Basketball coach William Kreamer. Some of the girls went to a basketball camp sponsored by the Eastern New IVlexico Association at the Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind. Coached by Patsy Lee, Junior Varsity basketball was a new addition to girls sports. Twelve freshmen and sophomores were chosen for the J. V. team. Girls' Basketball Bottom row: Ellen Lewis, Ana Lara, Alice Dotson, Victoria Molina, Lucy Romero, Donna Fran- cisco. Top row: Manager Roxanne Harden, Taffy Latrell, Lori Peterson, Deborah Grant, Karla Bareither, Merial Vuillamin, Sonia Noperi. B-Basketball Bottom row: Emeralda Leon, Chris Crouse, Pat Helton, Charlotte Williamson, Cathy Romero, Rosie Navarro. Top row: Manager Maribell Cruz, Vera Datz, Diana Anchondo, Olivia Liston, Angela Johnson, Charlene Radtke. In order to avoid her opponents, Sonia Noperl attempted to pass the basketball to her teammate. ibottom lefty While setting up an offensive play, Lori Peterson ibottom rightl hustled to retrieve a loose ball. GII1! Bulk tb II78 THS opp 24 B 55 25 S h 34 32 Fl 38 S y d 23 C t I 34 A ph 38 P bl 27 Ch II 25 S y d 22 C t I 38 24 A ph 57 30 46 15 S b 23 42 S t R l 57 22 P I V d 27 P bl 26 Ch II 47 34 35 36 24 1 7 36 36 JV Basketball After losing 5 of their first 7 games, JV basketball coach Jerry Curtis looked forward to an improved team for the second half of the season. Curtis said that "not knowing their own potential" caused the difficulties. Team play and ball control was emphasized. "Being able to accept defeat as a part of life, and knowing why we lost," was also stressed by Curtis. J. V. Basketball Bottom row: Manager Oscar Segura, Harlan Ginn, Frank Gee, Ron Jackson, Presley Palmer, Joe Kreamer, Manager Alvin Lee. Top row: Elli Lopez, Kelvin Plummer, Jaime Tru- jillo, Osia Lewis, Ernie Bonillas, James Velde, Flay Lopez, Kenny Arechederra, Ronnie Dove, Coach Jerry Curtis. A JV Basketball player leaped high in the air ibottomi oniy to have his shot blocked by a Santa Rita defender. JV Basketball THS opp, 46 Sabino 58 49 S ta Rita 40 59 P I V de 27 54 B e 41 5B S h a 56 49 Fl 61 43 S t Rt 28 B6 S y d 53 59 C tal 52 55 A ph 51 58 P Dio 66 53 Cholla 54 67 S Ipo 1 62 62 S y d 58 75 C t I a 43 61 A ph 45 47 P bl 49 62 Ch II 60 51 S I 0 t 62 Frolh Bulk tball THS OPP 49 Sab 52 36 Sa ta Rt 52 47 P Io Ve d 57 39 S V t 57 43 S h 52 41 FI 71 42 53 t Rt 59 ea s y a 44 44 C t I 63 as A ph 56 47 P ebl 58 21 Ch II 46 50 s Ipo I 43 60 Apoll 48 36 Catal na 58 33 Amph 57 71 P bl 73 58 Ch lla 53 57 Salpo t 35 J. Frosh Basketball UQIIEHUID 11 ,Q mm, 43" With a new coach this year, the thirteen member freshman basketball team looked forward to improving their record of 5 wins and 19 losses. Coach David Gin stressed the basics and good offensive skills. Strong shooting guards along with good rebounding talent led to close games during the season. Atter an outburst by the Amphi bench, ftop leftj Bryan Pablo was awarded a technical Foul shot. After a missed shot by Santa Rita, itop rightj John Vann struggled to gain control of a loose ball. Coach Jerry Curtis and team Ccentert reacted to an alleged bad call by the referee during the Sabino game. Freshman Basketball Bottom row: Oscar Osuna, Leroy Tamplin, Bobby Robinson, Gary Payne, Dennis Washington, Martin Pereyda. Top row: Coach David Gin, Steven Lewis, Troy Le Mere, Evan Davis, Kenny Locklin, Jesus Contreras, Richard Aguilar, Bryan Pablo. 1 118 Cheerleaders Tucson High School Cheerleaders attended camps in Flagstaff and at the University of Arizona. These camps provided intensive physical fitness programs and taught the squad new chants and cheers. Ideas for fund raising and promoting school spirit were discussed and exchanged. For the first time this year Varsity Cheerleaders held their class during zero period. Many practices were held after school. Money raising activities included car washes and selling hotdogs at the University of Arizona football games. Lynne Nixon was the new J. V. sponsor this year. l -...N N.. XX X 'S : ,quo I 'X l .wqmmk ' 1' wp tx, sv N, M 1 V, ,, v me T ,tv t f :f s t Lt ,aw New mi. . QW. , f' - s. .ws . V ,uf ,ft A , .W .ew ,- .,,,,,Wy a , , , 'Q 7 Facing page: Kathy Hook performed a herkey during halftime at a Tucson High School basketball game. frightl As the Junior Varsity team scored a basket at a home game, Lois Olstad fbottom leftl started a cheer. This Page: While cheering at the Pueblo football game, ttop lehl Donna Morgan led the crowd in the school song. At a winter pep assembly itop rightl Mary O'Hourke and Amber Gin lead the crowd in a school chant. Varsity Cheerleaders Top row: Christine Zavala, Patricia Hillman, Ka- thy Hook, Sheila Skinner, Amber Gin, Donna Morgan. Bottom row: Chris Tru- jillo, Dian Mc Elvaine, Mary O'Flourke, Pam Miller. Junior Varsity Top row: Joan Erps, Julie Yelas, Gina Pellon, Shirley Beltran. Bottom row: Lois Olstad, Dan- na Harshfield, Maria Bernal. 11 120 Songleoders This page: Songleaders took the opportunity to watch the basketball game lcenterj and take a rest from their chants. Susanne Borkoskie watched the numbers change on the scoreboard Qleftl after the opponent scored a touchdown. During a halftime at one ofthe away football games ltop right! some songleaders took a Pepsi break. Facing page: At a home wrestling match a THS wrestler attempted to pin as Mat Maids ltopl chanted "We want Pueblo smeared." Christine Moreno fcenterl watched as two wrestlers walked out onto the mats before beginning a yell with the other Mat Maids. Glancing at her co-head, Frames Almond fbottom lefty received instructions for the following chant. K fx., M.- Mat Maids Twelve girls, performing under the direction of Mrs. Jolene Low, composed the songleading squad this year. The group raised money for summer camps by holding car washes, bake sales and working concession stands at the U of A football games. Mat Maids attended a summer camp at Maryvale High School in Phoenix. There they exchanged ideas with others and learned new chants. At the end of the year, the squad planned to sell candy and bumper stickers. Songleaders Bottom row: Antonietta Strassner, Pauline Nunez. Patricia Bo- jorquez, Imelda Ortiz, Veronica Duran, Teresa Galvez. Top row: Suzanne Borkoskie, Anna Maria Lopez, Geraldine Villalobos. Amanda White, Rose Quesada, Sandy Salgado. Mat Maids Bottom row: Vanessa Don, Yvette Sainz, Amelia Contreras. Sec- ond row: Beth Stephens, Leticia Lozano, Sylvia Rodriguez, Frances AI- mond, Dina Samorano. Third row: Angela Segura, Christine Moreno, Margie Lopez, Kathy Cardarella, Regina Rojas. 12 22 Drill Team l "Our drills this year were the hardest ever, but the girls handled them well," said coach Bettye Palmer. Twenty-four Flag Girls marched and nine others were alternates. The Flag Girls performed under the direction of captains Amelia Contreras and Mary Crenshaw. Using lighter flags than previously, the girls led the halftime activities followed by the precision drills of the Letter Girls. The letter girls preceded the band, doing their routines in time to the music. Kathy Wagner, this year's only twirler, completed the half-time show with novelty routines often using a cape wrapped around her baton. A smile appeared on Kathy Wagner's face ftop lehl as she completed a routine in time th the Marching 100. A group of Flag Girls lbottoml waited for the ba d to begin the music that p eced d their routine. l ff,- 4, 4 . M a' -L 'S f 'Qixcgl-C , .., Facing page: THS Letter girls waited on the field for the Band's cue to begin their routine. ftop rightb This page: Kathy Wagner twirled a red cape with her baton in one of her halt-time routines. icenter rightb Leslie McCune stood in formation ftop leflb and waited for her cue to start the half-time show. Back row: Rosemary Leizicaino, Car- men Portillo, Suzanne Soto, Maria Castro, Rene McCraney, Elise Mc- Craney, Debbie Dixon, Sonya Mathis, Diane Hale, Debbie Salitsky, Roxy Harden, Veronica Valdez, Michelle Baxter, Carrie Vanuken. Front Row: Maria Leizicaino, Anna Castro, Maria Martinez, Teresa Maramon, Diane Rosas, Carmen Wentz, Dina Smith, Marcia Walker, Bethany Palmer, Frances Castillo, Brenda Howen, Yvonne Pelayo. Center: Captains, Mary Crenshaw, Amelia Contreras. Letter girls Left to right: Virginia Gra- gosa, Rosita Campos, Leslie McCune, Robin Norton, Susan Ving, Rosanna Ballesteros, Debbie Mariscal, Oylee Gee. Center: Debbie Bowman. 12 24 Wrestling Coach Tom Lundy said the '78 Varsity Wrestling team consisted of several outstanding individuals, but had to forfeit several matches because they didn't have enough wrestlers. "We really had problems with injuries and with the small size of our team." Lundy attributed the small turnout to the lack of junior high wrestling programs. Three THS wrestlers competed against Japanese wrestlers. Robert DeBerry was the only wrestler who won his match. Gilbert Salazar and DeBerry took first place in their respective weight classes during the Christmas Tournament. This page: Richard Moreno ftopi tried to go for the takedown during a wrestling match at Catalina High School. J. V. Wrestling Top Row: Felipe Ruiz, Paul Nunez, Danny Denogean, Robin Corkhill, Evan Honhoibena, Paul Gar- cia, Danny Uriquez. Bottom Row: Mike Sanchez, Jason Butler, Frank Soto, Mike Corkhill, George Dworin, Andy Mcrary. Varsity Wrestling Top Row: Robert Cota, Ernie Hernandez, Chris Kelly, Robert DeBerry, Gilbert Salazar. Bot- tom Row: Hector Aganza, Walter Ar- vizu, Dale Johnson, Sergio Guayante, Rene Bejarno. Gilbert Salazar fbottomj tried to break a Catalina opponent's hold on him, to keep from being taken. Opposite Page: Using his opponent's arm as a lever, Robert Deberry ftop lelti tried to push him on his back to get the pin. Ernie Hernandez Qtop rightj grabbed his opponent by the arms in an attempt to bring him down to the mat for the pin. K I, jr. "'. ,M 3 1-it Q4 f. 6' Fu- twin L in 1 N , .ww 4 11a1i?4"e:Qf?k , X , ,, A Z'-Q . N.,, M, v ,L.,, Wa: MZ, :Le gm 1 ,NJN- wiaag -mga, . sg, .-A 9-tammy Www 'ss ,A JL. ' f K' 'iegfv' W -, ., . 9,34 ,156 vm 1 uw , , RR .M wg 12 26 Cross Country .' ?llj 1 ., f a irest 'ff g , V ' l 'afeifff cya . af? ' ' ' if 2.352 'N ' 1' .14 f3.'.7 :f',f7 " 5""z' '5 -ff f V. . Q gg, ju-... . It V ., ,,... V .Vw V fbi 5 t, 4' V VM: VV . ,fr V . V: 1V . 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Coach Helms explained that the inconsistency and inexperience of the girls on the team was probably the main cause of this year's losing season. ..- - l CROSS COUNTRY TH3 OPP. 20, 44 Palo Verde, Buena Salpointe 58 Rlnc Ch ll 49 28 72 B 45 S h 29 S D Bueri 74 Pueblo, Flowing Wells Buena, C tslina Chotla R S y d B 33. 33, 30. 24, VM 1...-, . .. .Lit f - f-.ww . , ef'-1 A - -, L 'ia i 'r ,A , .., 1 .zwwgsfpfggfefaww-W F t - .wiv ' K "sewage-e?"4'3 35 " ' , s ,,,,,5lb-n-.-gif, -,'.4liv'A-nf 441111. 23 " - -'ggi 3' vis r - P+ 43393 3 'iff - 5 iff- A Q ' yi 'it' 'Z 'Z f ' 121' 1- '- i Zim .1 " , V J Q ' 'if a ' wa s 'V f it - X ff-at ' t 5 Esate L XMI. , - - c, L1 1' Q. ff" A-fe Efiifrtv F -14,5 ' ,Q 'r 'v- ' ' nz, 1 4 -. Ji JM-. T li - ' ff,j:,. ' 'da " 2 ff-Qt . fees- L ,aj , , . , se. 'S + S few' 9 f ' A I i X fb, W . . L .- r 1 , Q! ls ' 15- 4, 1 g 1: L K A L . .W .,,, . z V, L A ty ,,,.m5M, -47: ' , " 7 1 1 iff? wiv' . ' , 2, ' ' C. ,. -:Lf gy . ' Q A if A' A- ' I f " - ' ' 1 ' " H:vSfff ' .V ,A i V 1 1 i .1 53:0 ,-g,?v ,y, Y ' P 'r , 7 If st1t.f'3'- .V ' 'A' wr- ' -1' , . 1-A "1 5 . x. ' 1? lr' ' " 'x -L, .,-ni J ' y-,gi ,' - '-'QT , -,": . ff . it , 125 V fm1?'P'1TQ'1wv, f 'A 'i 'T- -,W' ..g'+ fi- ' .JQ9Q:'A'i:,'-k.":' , ,n - ' or V ,S .u:,,f .- .1""'-'Li 'V , 'Af' ' 'tfkwr ' fist, Z 1, 'W gf 'i ff 'V " x , ag 4 .,.. JH V f L: M .f Q xg f 15,1 'S' 'If ' Y ' 1 4-,Q i 3' ,ji 5 " ' 1 J +523 1 t 4 sf' P' N sr "- A nf K r t e I K.. .- 2 -A 31' VoHeybuH Facing page: David Brooks ttop rightl led the cross country team in a meet against Pueblo. Representing Tucson High, Peter Lopez lbottom lettl participated in this year's All City Tucson Invitational. In a volleyball game against Pueblo, varsity player Diane Anchondo spiked the ball to gain a point. tbottom rightl This page: Running abreast in a Cross Country meet, Manny Montano and Ray Lopez ftop rightl neared the finish line. Diving for the ball, varsity volleyball player Kathy Romero ibottom rightl prevented the opponent from scoring. Cross Country Back Row: Vicki Molina, Armando Montano, Troy Hoey, Ray Lopez, Victor Cotter, George Rodriguez, Angel Acosta, Coach Half- man, Front row: Peter Lopez, Jim Hamrick, Mike Gutierez, Marvin Dueser, Manny Montano, Johnny Hill, David Brooks. Volleyball Front Row: Ana Lara, Charlene Radtke, Cathy Romero, Dina Samarona. Back row: Tami Huhn, Pat- sy Quiroz, Debera Grant, Angie Johnson, Lori Peterson, Diane Anchon- do, Lucy Romero, Karen Helms. sfi5?2+??f"' ' 1131! ' is I Track "Depth and the eligibility of potential athletes at Tucson High" were the main concerns of Varsity Track Coach John Daggett. With the return of Tony Gaston, state champ in the 100 yard dash, and distance runners Armando Nlontano and David Brooks the track team hdped to ' im" V -f score better in dual meets. Their strong point was sprinting according to Daggett. "We seldom ' WW score points in anything else." The team looked forward to a good overall performance in the Southern Division. TH5 27 36 incon B1 36 Sabin 39 46 S l Rl 51 41 R 67 41 S y d 50 33 C t I 94 46 1X2 A ph B0 112 46 P bl 81 64 Ch ll 63 36 S Ip t 19 35 S l Fil 103 w e d 1- 1, ' A. M - Vanity Track '78 N Opp. Sahuaro 100 R 4' i fri: -if ,-uv ff? 1 , , 3, . N M , ' I ' 'iw -. ,7 4 '-- f ' , J 'Sk 1 ,, . b. ,Q 1 - A ,, 4 I ' 9' al 1, , at - f ' f V ,fzwmrlx-f , 'S . ' gi - xi ii .I 5,5 1 I F 7 4 I he 15 W L25 ' J ' ' 1 j?l1.Mlj--Mr ' 1 -01, fi-if 'f 1 i , l iw, : i yt. 3.1. " ,V L'1ff'?i"'1 f 1 4- -,,, ,. i5,:A,4L5 rt, .. . 'Q"'9TL'fx " " ,I ,ft I 29- Facing Page: Demonstrating the Fosberry Flop, itopl Eric Butler cleared five feet in the high jump. Winding up for a throw, lbottom rightj a discus thrower prepared to launch a practice toss from the circle. In order to warm up for the pole vault, Billy Verdugo ibottom leftl practiced without a crossbar. This Page: As he rounded the turn in the 880, ltop rightl Victor Guzman prepared to turn on his kick down the stretch. Coach Da gett instructed his pole vaulters ibottom lefti on the proper way to approach the bar, Early in the season, Troy Hoey fright centerl ran laps to improve his overall stamina before meets started. Distance coach Jerry Halfman ran warm-up laps with David Brooks and David Quinonez ibottom rightl. Varsity and B Track Bottom Row: Daniel Guzman, Paul Brophy, Victor Guzman, Pierson Tadeo, Pete Robles, John Hill, Obioma Ekechukwu. Middle Row: Robert Netting, Billy Verdugo, Troy Hoey, Eric Butler, Marvin Deuser, Tony Gaston, Willie Centers, David Brooks, Peter Lopez, Manny Montano. Top Row: Coach John Daggett, Arthur Gross, Milton Clark, Steven Fimbres, David Qulnonez, Jim Hamrick, Robert Maldonado, Leonard Murray, Dwight Clayton, Mike Williamson, George Rodriguez, Mike Gutierrez, Coach Jerry Haltmann. 12 ws'-Ax .1- ar Q... " 4 5 , 5. 31,4 Q, . 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I-, 5 I ., A ' .W as ' 4- ' ,.,1 V, 9 1 W -5, fy, ,Q ,f , V: 'V' gif" ,- r, 7? ' . 71 , 1 3 N ., ,L , W , ' . 4 - V - uf 2 M . V ,., ' ' '. ,,-. K if I K . N . A fx.. 'mia 'A ' wax, . 4 fn ' ' ,5 ' W' ' . f. Q . 1 ' , 3 Q - . . 'M ' s, 1 ,V , , , "1 'A Gllll' Tuck '18 THS OPP- 25 Santa Rita 75 20 Sahuaro 75 17 Rincon 79 18 112 Rincon 79 42 Catalina 58 52 Amphi -as 51 Pueblo 49 26 Cholla 74 B Track '18 ms Opp- 36 Santa Rita B8 20 Sahuaru 108 112 17 Rincon 79 18112 Rincon 80112 42 Catalina 58 52 Amphi 48 51 Pueblo 49 26 Cnolla 74 Facing page: Striding out the last lap of the mile run, Cleft! Jeannie Prosser headed for the finish line. During one of Coach Anderson's time trials, a member of the Girls' Track team practiced running her 1320's. trightj At an alter school practice, ltop leftl a discus thrower built up her strength by throwing her discus against a fence. After completing her warm-up stretches with the rest of the team, ttop rightj Tami Huhn sprinted around the track. As she cleared the cross-bar of the high jump fbottoml a track member concentrated on improving her landing. Varsity Baseball Varsity Baseball coach T. A. Lundy looked forward to a good season, with five returning lettermen, plus two all-city baseball players. ,.-.......m 1 4 Tucson hoped to .1 make up for a M1 5 weak pitching staff we . is .ig by capitalizing 5535, 1 iits S ig on speed and rf ,te - rg ft -N physical strength. 3.. ,sg UL, , Outstanding players 1. A yi- -2 were Armando Duran st? 55 at . z - f ,iw ,ag f and Flay Quiroz. S ig- ,fgi ,L . I?Ni,f". N ig' ' A VARSITY BASEBALL '78 A ' THS Opp 4 Santa Flita 3 1 S huaro 2 5 Rncon 9 3 S D 1 B S y d 7 0 B 4 2 Cll 3 Aph 11 Sb B Sh 2 5 , 4 5 6 S b 5 3 3 R 5 6 P bl 5 1 Ch Il 3 8 S lp l 22 11 Fl 10 4 S y d Z3 2 C l I 1 4 A ph 14 4 5 P bl 4 2 Ch ll 0 O S lp 1 3 6 S h 5 9 A ph 10 ' F , 3.14 .rl 4,-f -V, Ai, f. 'sr-x ,, Y . -. 3-,,. A, . .. ia, .,l.. fs-...., '-.,. .4 Age .IA - I ,fn ,.vj,x'5w:, N ff J LN? Q ' This page: Taking time out from batting practice, Armando Duran ttop leftl discussed his swing with an assistant. Senior catcher, Rick Monje tright centerl crouched in preparation for the next pitch during a practice session. Fred Fitzpatrick ttop rightl got ready to deliver a fastball to the waiting batter in a pre-season scrimmage. Facing page: Concentrating on his next swing, Fred Corral tcenterl prepared to bat a ball off its tee. Tom Rodgers flower lettl demonstrated the proper way to execute a bunt during batting practice at Cherry Field. Varsity Baseball Top Row: Tom Lundy, Fred Fitzpatrick, Charlie Riesgo, Larry Reyes, Armando Duran, Robert Aguilar, Kent Nasser, Tommy Johnson, Riki Gilbert, Leonard Martinez, Bill Gateley, Bottom Row: Fred Corral, Rick Monje, Tom Rogers, Ray Quiroz, Jerry Aguilar, Gabriel Rodriquez, Henry Corral, Lee Carpenter. 134 Softball "We have good prospects," remarked coach Ruiz. B- Basebawstoughest competition was Santa Rita, Rincon and Amphi. Ahhoughsohbah did not have a wHunngseason,one team member stated thatthey hadthe abHHy butlacked confidence. B-BASEBALL TI-tS Opp 7 Santa Rt 4 10 S n 8 2 R 5 7 Pal V d 1 O C t i 2 4 P bi 2 0 Ch ll 5 4 A pn 7 12 B e 8 18 S b 10 1 S ip 1 2 10 R 6 1 C I I 3 5 P bl 2 3 Ch li 2 5 A ph 4 10 S Ip t B 1 S y d 2 Softball Top Row: Tina Leon, Diane Anchondo, Mary Dascoli, Angie Johnson, Patsy Quiroz, Sonia Noperi, Georgia Barrios, Kathy Alford. Bottom Row: Rosie Loaiza, Patsy Herrera, Taffy Latrell, Joy Olm, Ana Lara, Kathy Hook. , -A fr :af-140 . ' . j 'LYfL'hi32f..,, A . "i?51x,7f' Q ,, ,,,,.,,.fW,i- ,,,,. W . , 'nal' X ..' S.,.i M 1.-:if 1 tr, .,t. y.-f i 5' " .52 ' -1... '..,,i..,.. ,..-,ww . , W , 1-4 fzwzwi. 7- f T . -wa Y .At L iz. . bi V N ' rj . 1 1 .AT G y 4 -sw v ,k.f P -.f943'9.4 4 f .N .. --. f'A'x.,J-' A? 1? I 'T V v , .f ff' tx X , f N v i .A na an Q X ' 0 .9 ' 'y 1. - 5,4451 'jf-" , f 3tX?2E322, t i' ffl 4 'D . tt 'X"t:e+'f?1'3I 'VK' 'iw E... f - 9.0, 5 r . 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N., L, -K ..,. - ... aaef-W .Q-F . c f-K?E:f'3....-1-.sL..vK-s., fe- - ... e-.A-"-' . ... ,,. f 1 Swimming With tour high school All-Americans on the '79 Varsity Swim team, Coach Wandrey looked forward to defending the state title for the second consecutive year. One goal of the team was, according to Wandrey, "to set more state records and possibly some national records." THS already held six of the eleven state records. The team hoped to rank among the top three teams nationwide. Girl's swimming coach Paula Morris was pleased with the large turnout this year and hoped that the added depth would help in the Southern Division Championships. At an after school workout, freestyler Leon Pickens lcenter right! swam a 1650 to warm up at the Student Union pool. Sabino transfer Kyle Dickson lbottomj sprinted 50 yards of breast stroke during a 200 individual medley. Girls' Swim Team Top Row: Leslie Mc- Cune, Sharon O'Brien, Janet Gunder- son, Kelly Hilmar, Sheila Biazzo, Meg Horton, Patricia Richards, Elizabeth Murphy, Kori Weick, Chris Herr, Karen Van Oosterhout, Anne Makkonen, Lori Evans, Liz O'Brien, Coach Paula Mor- ris. Middle Row: Adrienne Parry, Sonia Byerly, Melissa Mendoz, Amy Scott, Becky Block, Camilla Libby, Karen Brew, Lisa Hume, Carol Treat, Debbie Salitsky. Bottom Row: Sally Rusk, Elaine Pickens, Debbie Bowman, Chris Hogan, Rose Verbout, Kathy Danish, Fiobin Perry. Boys' Swlmmlng Top Row: Jerry Her- nandez, Matt Concannon, Leon Pickens, Bill Longton, Eric Finical. Bot- tom Row: Tim Strickland, Scott Eaton, Kyle Dickson, Bari Weick. 1-'S 1, A W' f-una V K" '52 ,,,.5,w if fix "Big 'Owe , eff ' 3 JA Yi ,ai ni. naw- I Boys' Swimming '78 ms opp, 97 Sahuaro 65 65 CDO 27 105 Rincon 53 95 Palo Verde 60 60 Santa Rita 33 110 Buena 50 57 Sabino 35 107 Catalina 42 102 Cholla 55 117 Pueblo 42 Girls' Swimming '78 THS Opp. 31 Santa Rita 46 30 CDO 43 57 Sahuaro 98 23 Sabino 59 84 Palo Verde 62 78 Rincon 86 98 Pueblo 39 60 Catalina 102 96 Buena 52 103 Cholla 52 Eric Enical and Coach Jim Wandry ibottom lefty discussed the times needed to qualify for the state championships After completing their workout, girls swim team members discussed a future meet against Catalina. Ccenter rightj , . . -an-JF'-f"' H qi - fi' 1 Tennis Facing Page: During practice prior to the Sabino match ttop rightj Jane Newman connected on a down-the-line forehand. Jett Fulginiti tcenterj aced Junior Steve Gooter during a serve and split drill early in the season. This Page: While practicing a volleying drill lleft centerl Wendy Hannah reached over the net for a short return. Tom Pothott returned a serve against incoming Lyle Garltano in a challenge match fright centeri. Troubled by a windy day, Gigi Humphrey ttop rightj whiffed an overhead during sixth period practice. Putting away a backhand volley, Steve Gooter and Jimmy Grabb won a match for the number one doubles spot ltop lefty. Boy's Tennis Top Row: Jay Edeloerg, Shaun Morey, Lyle Garitano, Tom Pothoff, Jimmy Grabb, Steve Gooter, Phil Epstein. Bottom Row: Mike Flinn, Ian Lax, Mike Ochoa, Dan O'Rourke, Dang Pham, Roy Olivas. GirI's Tennis Top Row: Katrina Kupka, Jessica Hogan, Gigi Humphrey, Wynne Rubin, Lisa Wettstein, Kari Strand, Laura Fulginiti. Middle Row: Karena Endrizzi, Belinda Aroneta, Elisa Agui- lar, Tracy Pitt, Robin Gln, Kris Hamblin. Bottom Row: Heidi Reynolds. Kate McAndrew, Wendy Hannah. "F -. -an l 8 ......., ,annum :nu :lun umm: 'IF' 4-IIS' i '-255' ,ll--' yll I A . . , E...-essaiiit 1 ,ag lllllllll lh I g ' beitffsi' f.z . 3 Winning the State Championship capped a series of over a hundred matches with only two losses by the Boys' Tennis Team. THS won the doubles for the second straight year and placed second in singles. Despite losing eight lettermen to graduation, Coach Kissell's team looked forward to another winning season. Strong underclassmen combined with experienced seniors provided for good depth on the ladder. Barbara Wiggins' Girls' Tennis Team faced a rebuilding year with few of last year's starters returning. Junior Jane Newman was a standout, playing both number one singles and doubles. 140 Gymnastics Describing the team as "very young," the Girl's Gymnastics coach Rosemary Tindall emphasized the relationship between gymnastics and dance. Coach George Dominguez felt his eleven member team had the potential for a successful season. Harry Smith led the golf team once again this year. Home matches were held at EI Rio. This page: Joe Vuillemin frightl practiced his drive at school before traveling to El Rio Golf Course. Facing Page: During her sixth period class, Tammy Earl, tleftl performed her routine on the balance beam. George Tautimer completed his routine on the high bar tbottom right! by dismounting into position on the mats. Golf Bottom row: Richard Moreno, Dev DeLucla, Ted Bethel, Arturo Cordova. Top row: Robert Moreno, Norman Dubay, Randy Felciano, Rudy Monreal, Richard Aguilar, Harry Smith. Girls' Gymnastics: Tammy Earl, Sharon Crockett, Thelma Mason, Margarita lbarra, Rosella Monroy, Mlnette Medlin, Beth Sonenblick, Maria Matty. Boys' Gymnastics Bottom row: Eric Pan, George Tautimer, Oscar Cam- puzano, George Dworin. Top row: Paul Tadeo, Xavier Valencia, Patrick Tadeo, John Molina, Jason Laks, Mike Col- menero. 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A I ff' if Go M' ' ' ' 1. 5,,,..+v-ff 4 'Y' km ,4 GYMNASTICS '78 ms opp. 86.10 Palo Verde 95.80 85.40 Rincon 95.50 91.10 Sabino 86.80 89.35 Santa Rita 92.35 79.90 Salpointe 73.75 89.00 Cholla 61.00 68.10 Catalina 100.25 GYMNASTICS '78 THS Opp. 95.54 Sabina 78.02 93.75 Rincon 111.75 83.93 Palo Verde 123.72 92.97 Santa Rita 58.94 91.89 Catalina 93.00 93.35 Sahuaro 139.25 93.38 Cholla 81.87 GOLF THS Opp. 223 Santa Rita 199 243 Buena 225 241 Rincon 219 240 Palo Verde 230 251 Sabino 215 227 Sahuaro 206 221 Cholia 221 224 Amphi 200 213 Pueblo 226 236 Catalina 200 226 Salpointe 191 229 Cholla 219 228 Arnphi 209 234 Salpointe 211 If 42 From many students one graduating class. Although no two students were the same, they often lost their individuality as they became simply freshmen, sophomores juniors or seniors. Each group was attributed with specific , characteristics. Freshmen were merely "baby badgers" while seniors were looked up to as upperclassmen. These social groupings were often advantageous as students found themselves grouped with individuals they could identify with. Although the extent of involvement varied from one student to another, each was given the opportunity to work for his class by holding a class office, being on the cabinet or simply by giving his support in fund raising projects. Some students displayed their class pride during pep assemblies and by wearing pins and shirts bearin the year of their graduation, 9 others felt no loyalties to their class. Through activities which involved the entire student body, the four classes merged to form a larger classy that of Tucson High. '2?5Qi:hi?.1, -w v H' W' mf 1:-W 4 K gif QA 1 if. "K-,z 12 ' Wi V1' TUNOII pai, ag W"-. 1. s Freshmen The first action of the Freshman class was to elect Kelly Hilmer president. The class worked after school on the "Freshmen Hall of Fame" that placed fourth in the Spirit Week hall decorating contest. As one of their fund raising activities, the class held a hot pretzel sale. Car washes and bake sales were also successful projects. , ng Taking a break between classes, fbottomj, a student enjoyed both his friends and the warm sun. A football fan, fleft centerj, watched as Tucson scored a touchdown against Pueblo in the homecoming game. Freshman Officers Top Row: Senators, Abe Lopez, Sharon O'Brian, Ann Bald- win, Bottom Row: Vice President Patrick Porter, President Kelly Hilmer, Secretary Olga Morales. -'l0'N"" , M, , ,,-. ... , I "tra--W ,.,. ,. .4-.... , , k ,lm Q .NN e . frvam, "uv, . -..,,n., T I, , . 7 L 'Y it? 1- 1- A- A se eb! " 793 . , ., Riga? ' QQ, 2 ', V f. t a dn, :az ' -if UW 7 Wiqwjf QQ? Stl Q1.t?3Q-W ff , V 4- M 1 - it "lf, '- A45 1 r, is . ' , ffiz- gg ' , K- W' L x , i 1 5 va - 6 iii L. ,jig-fr A.. , vig! ' -'rf .. gi. " , ' R. 1. 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Class members also sold popcorn balls and cotton candy during the lunch hour. Bake sales and car washes were a big 154 part of fund raising. Sophomore Officers Back Row: Vice President Julie Faith, President Charlene Radtke, Secretary Christine Lee. Second row: Senators Paul Gar- cia, Cathy Kundret. Kneeling: Debbie Salitsky. Slttlng: Belinda Araneta and Cathy Danish. This page: A girl tcenterj pinned different materials on a collage she make in her art class. Wearing a corsage to promote school spirit a student watched itop lettj the homecoming activities. Belore leaving Home- Ec students washed the cooking utensils that had been used. tlower righti t! We 4 MT fax i surf' Acosta, Angel Adams. Victor Aguilar, Adam Aguirre, Connie Alford, Kathy Alford, Steve Almazan. Barbara Almazon, Christina 'Q' lwf L ..,, E Fa, 51 Ga 6-1 f ,fy ,n T vu :ak A t if argl 42 Zi fl' W is 7 . ' fr V 3 , , 1235 fin' ., e, x A -.-I K-'Y t , ' Almond, Frances Alverez, Jessie Anchondo, Diana Anton. 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W . --' ' e. 0 ' 4 . ,V wg . ' ,' . -- , , :J J, ,,, 't f. I " ..-Wi T K SM. .L-JT. 92 I J 1 V' Q .tl , l ,fjlf ' 7 K ' 'fi' x. Juniors Breaking tradition, the Junior class took first place in the hall decorating contest with their theme "The Wonderful World of Badgerlandf' Along with car washes and balloon sales, the class of 1980 sold Christmas corsages and had an "Almost Anything Goes" week, for fund-raising activities. At a close game against Catalina, ttop lefty Frank Wilson joined his friends in a cheer for the THS basketball team. 1119 planters outside the library Ctop rightj were a popular place for students to meet and talk throughout the day. Pay phones located around the school Cbottom lefty allowed students to make oft-campus calls during the day. Junior Class Officers: Senators Sergio Solis, Denise Quihuis, President Julie Gonzales, Vice President Kelly Quinlan, Secretary Virginia Tamayo, Senator Dino Lewis. 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Juan Bracamonte, Daniel Camacho. Edna CHSWOQ AN' A z , T 5 SS- Q iw f -l , , i Q f. 'TG' Flask' 4 .2 t v . I' . W , . i ,M i i ana. A . mf' WX? 3 f ,mr I 1 nozrmfg M- , - ...ig C W? ht an t V, -4131 , Castro, Elaine Castro. Bocio Cattrell. Valerie Caulkins. Brian Cervantes, Martha Chambers, Alben Chamberlin. Mike Chavarria, Andres 5 ' .VY ., . h , ,,..,'1 A Vl " 1"-'. X 7 . , w g, M . ,K V A fi .K 44-. 1. 5299?-!.'2 ff-faggvlzr t . ,, .73 ge? rf 5,0 ' QQQQ. .I 5 ',, T:-9,5 , I in 'P r fx. S? as I ' ,lr Chavez. Nadine Christeuser. Anne Clark. Cynthia Clark. Scott Clayton, Dwight Colbert. George Collior, Harry Concannon, Matthew Juniors ,L a-ary., W vv...,.,?lx v" A 43 .Mir . 2. ' 413' ' 0. . ,?",- , wr' - Q x ti , -ag . ,t , .rfgrgw t i.. Q - 1 4,1 ' 'Xxx 1 l vw , . .V my -'ef 47, ' Q .N l , Al t 'ff :lvl , Vid At,V fl , ,Cn -x - M ,mf 1 X ,,:. Q J' ,- 'A , 8 - A Contreras, Frank Cope. Muchell Cordova. Grace Coronel, Maria Cortez, Craig Cortez, Nicholas Coumides. Andy Counts, Jim 164 Facing page: Discussing a test in an upcoming class. Q ' ,gg three students ftop lefti -- W . lg' gathered in front of the V, . A Maia!! X L -1 .," Brian Brown ibottom ' lefti watched a P.E. 'll - Eg. f t 55-V, zffyf. - It V is--l ,J softball game as he waited .ttf ze Q Q I A for his turn at bat. W' ' ' ' 5 R 1 This page: Junior .. . i Connie Waite worked to finish ' i t,'. ,fy -I an article for the Chronicle X C . .ew ig rf Q X . if-QL W Nt . nv, X r' .Q i Q4 i .fx 15 . X WWA, I l .6365 - A '-.uf ,K Fr g. . , H. Qi? before a fail deadline. i -ri X 559 'e I-2 ' f . 4 we 'P if-'x rg . Pye sv 'i AA K 3 . 1 ' .9 :Ak Q-1 A, 3 .5 if , ' f l ii,,t X , if, H , gg . : . .A .xr lb -fi A ffl X ' i.ef2,i3i , e,, -my . Q A - f - :al 14.1, wifi . . ' J . If I :slug z.fl2'3'i tg E- F g, nl I 'Y M ' itfdf g . .QC V 1, 1,9 PQ ' 'E' 533235 ' , ' i '-Y ' ' i 5 ' ii f' fi' argl' ' H, 1 ' Q N flefigmi? 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Evans Hook, Jim Hubbard, William lx-fvi fi' a. - 53 rf, , , Q . fi 'Qs' .w Juniors This Page: Using class time Mark Santa Cruz worked to complete a lab for his chemistry class. '.,:i5' -in ' v.. , . 1y'.:j 'w'w, 15 l . SM- 4. . . 4, .11 ,JQX . Ig .s. ' . ' . f7"'Y?f' . -gypnu W.. . . W 51' 1. K 1 .K .Q ju-2.1. 9 Q 1 2 1 I L 11 'ami . -a s if .yy -f V .V f , ,f . B' -1. Wyfqii ., . . Jjgjfw- 1" ,ij ,, f-'1fQ'.ANHA -7452912213135 Q m'f3?1.,- fsnfi , . 4- fs-. Y . i f 'f i,jI Qkiwf .0 ,,w?:. ,x 1 '-212 ..'f1 if in in I V' 4 'iii I M QE., H : . 'A . Jr it fs-vi 9 ' 1 it it 3 I sig- ' -.r,,. ., 3 t ,. ,K .. ,Q off " 15 5 51 ii 'Tn nil -W . 4 x 1 if tx 4 .fs . . E L gf? iff: 'W 51 sv ' 5 .1 Qt .396 G N?-3 nail' ksgx 6 , 9591" ll ,E , 4. f 3.5: . rf" . 1 i ' ' ' -3... 5... la N r' W X t g r X !A 1. ' -.. Aff---LX x X . :,,' Nvuu... can lf , .5 6. -'iw .1 -Q Q l xx X . V . V . ii 5i51Lf5-Gi W In " A - 1 fix. -. -. I ig, L --1 V ' S Q - 'M A fy " fr "Q" . is , y 4. H ' . ' ' . ff?" 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During the Homecoming Assembly, Songleader Rosie Quezada Cbottom leftj danced to the song, "Kung Fu Fighting." Vanessa Don and Regina Rojas debated an item Qbottom rightj on their inventory list in home ec. 31- j 5 M .,,?,c. l Seniors ACUHBV Angelina Aguirre, Sylvia Baker. Albert Bolorquez. Lydiana B'0W'1 Detgbie Canez, Irene Chacon, Loretta Colmenerol Chrmnne Acuna. Ruben Alday Rosle Ballesteros. Rosanna Borkoskie, Suzanne BVOWF1. Shella Carpenter. Frank Chapman. Tim Colmenewh Edward Adair. Susan Allen. Loran Barstow, Brenda Bostick. Anna BUVWEVV CNY Casebier. Len Chaurria. Leonore Cormefash Ameha l AQBUZH- HSCYOY Altenhoi. Linda Basurto. Fabian Elracamonte. Cecilia Carnarena. Anna Castano, Betty Chavez. Erlinda Contreras. gobby 1 AQUQHV' Andrew Alon, Victor Becker, William Bravo. Alex Campillo, Robert Castillo. Francisca Clark. Barbara Contreras' Linda AQUIIBYV Boberl Arroyo, Israel Beiarano. David Braziel, April Campos. Rosita Celaya. Augustin Clewis. 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Victor Finical, Eric Flannmgan. Judy Flores, Roxanne Fragoso. Virginia Francisco. Elizabeth Frankun. Lydia Frasquillo. Susan French. Clarence Galvan. Femando Galvez. Mary Garcia, Jesus Garcia. Ramon Garcia, Thomas Gill. Oscar Gilmour. Robert Golmans. Kathy Gomez, Maria Gomez. Mary Gonzales. Paula Graham. Richard Grove. Nathan Hanna, Todd Harden. Roxanne Hatfield. Cheri Hedtke. Susan Helton. Jack Hernandez, Jerry Seniors Hernandez. John Hernandez. Tammy Hernandez, Veronica Hlll. Henry Hillman. Patricia Hillman. Mark Hirsch. Julie W' f' "' ' ve J Q - H K BK ,J , .,. 6 3, W- V A 'fi' . vi" bm. ' , V Wife Q Q6 'il g H .. are f H ., . Q. ,, Y .wks R' '56 . .-,.,,.. S ,X L K Foster. Lewis Gallant. Charles Gee, Oylee Foster, Richard Galindo. Rachael Gerstel, Howard rv 'vs Q ff .I xk K 'J - 1 , .,, . 1 A fn L Q A I . av 'v- A me-e 9' ,5- r 1' 1 ,aw ,M "' HSN. 'ze av? . 2. N '-v , -1 t - ,. ' 4 r fr . 5 X Y A - ...J , , R' N t Q' ' Q gf V . " .. it -.Q , ...if f x 5 2 f 4 T 439 1 .. 1 . A Yu. 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Q, Q!" j t XV il 'Z' 5 ,cf f":'i rf' 5 " mi F3 vi, , X M I V -X V if' L, - ri'i . L i at i L Q L . QQ- we 2 we iff? ' r Qi, ' "' 'jf- ' 'V ' K. 1: za f r- su A .5 W x gi , f' K N-9 if' Q. L' ' , , gf t f A 5 A A -we 'A M Wx , .. 5 c - A L t 4 W , fs -av w i i it fi xt K ei 4 ' ' ' A ' , .,'f w-J. -if, tx ' 'Tj' , As ge Y V KAN . u 4 tg, 5-5 2 1 1 . .' 5 .1 1. ,Q 1 "es , k t 1 vw? ex A it This page: An exchange Q if ' student from Vienna, Katrina 5 m F m Kupka, sat in on a THS Q59 h N5 3 f,,: is.. , fv' ff Student Government class. 1. A t I cz B U , 4 Facing page: In their Mfg, ,, ' 7, fi ' , .fi ' V ' E' marketing class, Joe Bermudez t A- -, t , t " 5 26, 1 ' and Veronica Rodriguez studied ' ,Q V 1 f' 5 advertising techniques. Seniors McDonald. Anne McGIade, Patricia Messner. David Meyer, Scott Minder. Joan Mitchell, Sherry Monje, Richard Monreal, Mary Montante. Jose Morales. Arnold Naloli. David Natoli. Debbie Navarro. Patricia Needham. Jennifer Noperi. Sonia Morentin, Yolanda Morris, Daniel Munsey. Wendi Murphy. Kevin Murray. Leonard Panos. Paraskevi Pedersoli, Victor Pelayo. Myma Pesquiera, Ricardo Petersen. Nancy Pickens, Glynn O'Hara, Micheline Oliveira. Josie Olson, Patricia Or1iz, Imelda Ortiz. Richard Otto. Victoria Miranda. Sandra Moreno. Richard Murrieta. Felipe Ochoa. Belia Ortiz, Bertha Palgfgxt Adela Pena, Alma Pickens Legg MIYBHO, Juan Morlacci, Maria Nativdad, Stella Ochoa. Maria Ortiz. Felix pallonesv pamcia pefana' Adolfo pina' pamck , I sf 'Q' ,Q ,-saw eva t- f' Q -- , .Figs . ,r - -in . f - ' 1 'I Q f 'X 1 Y J' -' N . Y "' 4 . ' . 7' . X "3 H ' " ' r- .ga -.,."z x Q, 3' X - - rw 'Tv l H X V 'W - ! S t' . . ., 1 l ' . , ' ,za- . if i 713' it ' r t ' A fn , -Sf 'W' ':.. ' rf M iv - -A .-. i f vw 3 -f . B, , ,, W ,LT .- F ,H H.. Q ' "' . . frx - . X f . ,v a . A - if - t -f r L 'i Q, at , a c . , .A .ay . . I f I A All A 1 i J- , - V ,A X ur gi V 6' X A A 7 .M .- . M .- , A, R if: 41 v 7 at . '11 Jw . 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BOROZAN, MICHAEL: Adaptive Education, Ski Club Sponsor. BURR. ERIKA: English, Cactus Chronicle Ad- visor, CAMPBELL. MAYNARD: Counselor CAWLEY. DENNIS: Foreign Language. Depart- ment Chairman. COOK, CHARLES: Physical Education. Boys Varsity Basketball Coach, CURTIS. JERRY: Physical Education. Boys' JV Basketball Coach. DAGGETT, JOHN: Adaptive Education. Boys' Varsity Track S Field Coach. DANIELS, PATRICK: Adaptive Education DAWSON. JOHN: Mathematics DAWSON. WILLIAM: Industrial Education. Var- sity Football-Head Coach. Frosh Wrestling Coach, Letter Club Sponsor, Sheet Metal Club Sponsor, DEIBOLDT. EDWARD: Industrial Education. DIETRICH. DOUGLAS: Science. Bi-Chem-Phy Club. Sponsor. DOMINGUEZ, GEORGE: Social Studies, Frosh Football Coach. EI Club Cervantes Sponsor. DOMINGUEZ. GLORIA: Business Education. Free Enterprise, Med-Start. Red Cross Sponsor. DYER. LINDA: Adaptive Education. EDEL. POLLY: Business Education ELLENBECK, ADDY: Adaptive Education ESSIG, ROSEANN: Adaptive Education FAY. JEAN: Mathematics FINFROCK. DALE: Industrial Education, VICA, Electronics Club Sponsor. FLEISHMAN, DEBRA: Adaptive Education FORCE. RICHARD: Counselor GALLEGO. CECILIA: Business Education GARITANO, ROBERT: Assistant Principal Stu- dent Personnel. GILLIGAN. HEIDI: Foreign Language, French Club, GRANADO. ROBERT: Dean ol Students. GROFF, ALBERT: English HALFMAN, GERALD: Industrial Education. Boys and Girls Varsity and 'B' Team Cross Coun- try Coach. Boys 'B' Team Track Bt Field Coach. Badger Camera Club Sponsor. HALL. CECILIA: Varsity Softball Coach HANCOCK. MARY: Foreign Language HARRIS, GLENN: Mathematics HEDGECOCK. ROBERT: Industrial Education. Department Head. HEIMOWITZ. JACK: English HELMS, KAREN: Physical Education. Varsity Volleyball Coach. HERRERA. LUPE: Counselor HOFFMAN, GEORGE: Industrial Education. Stage Crew Advisor. VICA. Drafting Club Sponsor, HORNE. MELVIN: Adaptive Education. HUFFAKER. MEL: Industrial Education. INGERSOLL. ROGER: Counselor, Department Chairman. JAMES. HARLOW: Industrial Education JENSEN. ROBERT: Science. National Honor Society Sponsor. JONES. ROBERT: Assistant Principal, Student Activities. Business Allairs, KAISER, ROBERT: Head Librarian KAZAL, DEBBIE: English KELLY, JOSEPH: Adaptive Education, Hiking Club Sponsor. KERSTITCH, DANA: Physical Education. Terpsichorus Club Coach. KEY. ROSIA: Assistant Librarian KING. BERTHA: Business Education KIRKPATFIICK. RENEE: Adaptive Education KISSELL, TED: English, Boys Varsity and 'B' Team Tennis Coach. KNAUSS. PAULA: Business Education. Free En- terprise, Cooperative Oilice Education Ad- visor. KREAMER. WILLIAM: Social Studies, Girls Var- sity Basketball Coach. Frosh Football Coach. KROMPASKY. HILDA: English KRUTZ, LOREL: English. Foreign Language. German Club Sponsor. LEE, PATSY: Physical Education. 'B' Team Solt- ball Coach. LEHEL, ZOLTAN: Industrial Education LIVINGSTON, JEAN: English I , ' I, . f by I , 5 X ,Alana -rf! 5 if A , .V W.. 1 , 1 I -V g f .E - fe. Af: ,I , , N, '.f ta., 5 it 'iw ft-. - ' . , I . . , r ' r' . Q ' -i. ' ,, N " ' 4- Q.. ' . ff' 3.1: LOSS. JACQUELINE: Mathematics LOW, JOLENE: English. Cheerleading and Songleading Sponsor. LUNDY. THOMAS A.: Physical Education. Var- sity Baseball Coach, 'B' Team Volleyball Coach. LUNDY. THOMAS K.: Science. Varsity Wrestling Coach. Mat Maids Sponsor. MARICICH. DAN: Reading. Ski Club Sponsor. MARICICH. LYNN: English, Drama, Drama Club Sponsor. MASCARI. NANCY: Adaptive Education. Depart- ment Chairman. MATHEWS, ELDEN: Art McGlLL EARL: English MCKEETHEN, CAROLYN: Reading MCVEIGH, MAURICE: Reading MEAD. RUSSELL: Science MESA, ANNA MARIE: Reading. EI Club Cer- vantes Sponsor. MESSINA, JAMES: Science, Boys Varsity Gym- nastics Coach, MILES, KENNETH J.: Principal, MIRANDA. MIKE: Foreign Language MODICA. ANN: Mathematics MONROE, BILLY: Industrial Education MORPHEW. GORDON: Science, Department Chairman. MORRIS. PAULA: Physical Education. Girls Var- sity Swimming Coach. MYERS, ROBERT: Industrial Education. NIEHAUS, DUANE: Mathematics. Department Chairmen. NIEL, SHAUN: Science NOTT, JANE: English, Speech. National Foren- sic League Sponsor. Speech Squad Ao- visor. ORTIZ. ROBERT: Industrial Education PALMER, BETTYE: Physical Education. Girls Drill Team Advisor. PRENTICE, DON: Social Studies RICHARDSON, GAIL: Reading RIKLI, SHARON: Counselor ROBERTS. PAULA: English ROBINSON. BETTY: Nurse ROW, WENDY: Business Education, Department Chairman. RUIZ. MACK: Foreign Language. 'B' Team Baseball Coach, TRAGYC Advisor, RUSK, ROBERT: Industrial Education. Future Farmers ol America Sponsor. RUTTER, ANDREW: Social Studies. National Honor Society Advisor. RYAN, ELLEN: Reading SABA, JEAN: Mathematics SAGE, KATHLEEN: Fine Arts. Department Chairman, Tucsonian Advisor, SALZAR, JEANNE: English SANCHEZ. CLARA: English SANTA CRUZ. RAFAELA: Physical Education, Los Tucsonenses Advisor. SCHWAM. SUE: Art SELBY. DORIS: Home Economics. Homemaking Department Chairman, SESSLEY, BRENDA: English SEVERY. JANI: Adaptive Education SHAINLINE, ELLEN: English SHIRLEY, DOROTHY: Social Studies SMITH, HARRY: Drivers Education. Varsity Golf Coach. STEELE, CHARLES: Performing Arts. Music Department Head, Band Sponsor, Lyres Club Sponsor. STRAYER, JUDITH: Performing Arts. Orchestra Club Advisor. SWEENEY, KATHERINE: Physical Education. IHeallhl TAYLOR, DEANNA: Counselor TAYLOR, JANET: Business Education THOMAS. ROBERT: Science, Chess Club Spon- sur. TODD, CHARLES: Art, Art Club Sponsor, TURNER, WILLIAM: Business Education. Marketing, DECA Advisor. WAGNER. STANLEY: English. Department Chairman. WALD-HOPKINS, CHRISTINE: English WALLER, LYNDA: Reading WANDREY, JAMES: Mathematics. JV Football Coach. Boys Varsity Swimming Coach. WARREN, GLEN: Adaptive Education. WELCH. WILLIAM: Industrial Education, Scuba Club Sponsor. VICA Welding Club Sponsor WESTFALL, DONNA: Adaptive Education, WHITE, JEAN: Reading. WHITE, JOEL: Social Studies, Department Chairman. WIGGINS. BARBARA: Physical Education. Department Chairman, Girls Varsity and 'B' Team Tennis Coach. WILSON. LAWERENCE: Mathematics WOLFE. WILLIAM: Assistant Librarian. WONG. TINY MAE: Mathematics WOODWARD, DORTHI: Dean ol Students WUERSCHMIDT, ELAINE: English Senior Index ACUNA. ANGELINA: Tucsonian 3. Los Tuc- sonenses 1. Drama Club 2. 3, 4, Junior Honor Guard 3. Med-Start 2, 3, Club Cer- van.es 1. 2, Deca 3. 4, Tidy Bowl 4. AGANZA, HECTOR A: Wrestling 4. Med-Start 2. Club Cervantes 3. AGUILAR. ANDY: Football 1. 2. 3. 4. Track 3. AGUILAR, ROBERT: Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4. AGUIRRE SYLVIA: Track 3. Cross Country 1. Swimming 1, Terpsi 1. 2. 3, 4, Homeroom Representative 2, Hiking Club 1. 2.3. Hospi- tality St Careers 1. ALTENHOF, LINDA SUE: Cheerleader 2, 3, Tuc- sonian. 3. 4, Girl's State 3: Junior Honor Guard 3. National Honor Society 3, 4. Silver Key 2. Who's Who 3, German Club 1. 2. Top Twenty 4. COE 4. ARROVO, ISRAEL: Los Tucsonenses 1. 2, DECA 3, French Club 1, 2. BAKER, ALBERT: Football 1. Diversilied Oc- cupation Program 4, BALLESTEROS. ROSANNA: Flag-Letter Girl 4. Chorus 1. 2. MECHA 1. Hiking Club 1. BARNES. MARGARET: COE 4. Nursing,3, BECKER BILL: Hiking Club. Vice President 4. BERMUDEZ. JOSEPH: Wrestling 3. DECA 2. Band 4. BOJOROUEZ, LYDIANA: El Club Cervantez 1, 3. 4, BORKOSKIE. SUZANNE: Songleaders 3. 4. Flag-Letter Girls 2. Concert Choir 3. Junior Honor Guard 3. BROOKS DAVID: Track 1, 2, 3. 4. Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4. Speech Squad 1, 2. 3. 4. National Forensic League 3. President 4, Senior Class President 4, Boy's State 3, Junior Honor Guard 3, National Honor Society 3, 4. Youth Advisory Council 3, Silver Key 2, 4. Top Twenty 4. BROWN. MELINDA: COE 4. BRAZIEI., APRIL: Black Culture Club 4, BUSTAMANTE, YOLANDA: Band 4. CAMARENA, ANA RUTH: Quarterly 2, 3. Home- room Federation 4. Junior Honor Guard 3. CAMPILLO. ROBERT: Band 4, Honor Band 3, Orchestra 3. Troubadors 3. Concert Choir 4. National Honor Society 1, All-State Choir 3, Regional Band 2. CAMPOS, ROSITA: Flag-Letter Girls 4, Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4. CARPENTER FRANK LEE: Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4, CASEBIER, LEN:Tennis 4, Tucsonian 4. Band 1. 2, 3, Honor Band 2. 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Junior Honor Guard 3, Ski CIub4. Med-Start3, Hik- ing Club 1, 4. CENTERS, WILLIE: Football 1,2. 3. 4. Track 1. 2, 3. 4. Class Oltice 4, CHACON. LORETTA: Cheerleader 2. 3, Tucso- nian 3, 4, Girl's State 4, Junior Honor Guard 3. National Honor Society 3, 4, Hiking Club 2, 4, Who's Who 3. Silver Key 1. CHAIBERS. ALBERT: Football 2, 3, CHAVEZ. LINDA: Red Cross 2.3. Tidy Bowl 3. 4. CLARK, BARBARA A.: Junior Honor Guard 3. Club Cervantes 2. 3. CLARK. MILTON: Track 1. Black Culture Club 2. 3. COLMENERO, CHRISTINE MARIE: Volleyball 2, Flag-Letter Girl 2, 3. Mexican Dance 1. 2. 3. 4. Los Tucsonenses 1, 2, 3, 4. CONTRERAS, AMELIA: Flag-Letter Girl, Captain 3, 4, Mat Maid 3, 4, Choralettes 1. 2. CONTRERAS, BOBBY: Football 1, 2. 4, Baseball 1. 2. CONTRERA5. CZARINA: COE 4. CORONADO, TERRY: Los Tucsonenses 1. 2. CORRAL, FRED: Football 1, Baseball 1, 2. 3. 4. VICA 1. CRENSHAW, MARY: Flag-Letter Girl. Captain 2. 3, 4. DECA 3. 4, Tidy Bowl 3. 4. CROCKETT, SHARON: Gymnastics 1, 2. 3, 4. French Club 4. CROSBY, JOHN: Dancing 1.2. 3.4.Terpsi 1.2, 3. 4. CROUSE, ARTHUR E.: Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4. CURTIS, KATHLEEN: Track 3. Songleader 3, 4. Flag-Letter Girl 1, 2, French Club 3. D'ANGELO, MARYLOU: Speech Squad 3, 4. Na- tional Forensic League 3. 4. Junior Honor Guard 3, National Honor Society 4, Top Twenty 4, Silver Key 2. DQBERRY, ROBERT: Football 1. 2, 3, 4, Wres- iiing1,2.a,4. DE LA GARZA. XAVIER: Student Body Vice President 4, Class President 2. 3, Boy's State 3. 4, Junior Honor Guard 3. National Honor Society 4, Pep Club 2. DELGADO. ESTHER: DECA 3. DESCHUTTER, STEPHEN: VICA 1. DON. THELMA: Cheerleader 1, 2. Mat Maid 1, Concert Choir 3, Ski Club 3. DON. VANESSA: Mat-Maids 2. 3, Senator 4, Junior Honor Guard 3. Homecoming Semi- Finalist. Tidy Bowl 4. DOTSON. CHRISTINE: Flag-Letter Girl 2, 3, DECA 3, COE 4. DOVER, BECKY: Hiking Club 3, Chess Club3. 4. French Club 2, 3. Stageorew 4. DRESSER. ALEJANDRO: Cross Country 1. DURAN, ARMANDO: Football 1. 2.3. Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4. DURAN, VERONICA: Cheerleader 2. Songleader 3. 4. Los Tucsonenses 1. 2. ERPS, BEN: Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4, Troubadors 3, 4, Concert Choir 2. 3. 4, Junior Honor Guard 3. National Honor Society 3. 4. Scuba 1, 2, 3. 4. EVENCHIK, CLARK: Troubadors 2. 3, 4, Concert Choir 1. 2. 3, 4, Senator 1. Anytown 1. Presi- dent. Ski Club 3, 4, Jewish Defense League 1, 2, 3, 4, Trainer All Varsity Sports 2. 3, 4. FEDERHAR, LISA JOY: Speech Squad 1.2.3. 4, National Forensic League 1, 2, 3. 4, Junior Honor Guard 3. Silver Key 2, Honor Fioll1.2, 3. 4. National Honor Society 3, 4, Red Cross t, 2, 3.4. Century lll Leadership Contest 4, PIP 3. 4. 33' " .af ,. FELIX. JIM: Basketball 2. Tennis 1, 2, Cross Country 2. Concert Choir 2. 3. Student Body President 4. Class Vice President 2, Class President 3. El Club Cervantes 1, 2, 3. TRAGYC Club 2. 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Exchange Club Student of the Month 3, Optimist Club 3. FLANNIGAN, JUDY L.: Flag-Letter Girl 1. 2, Concert Choir 4, Black Culture Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Heart Seminar 4. Tidy Bowl 3, 4. FOSTE, LEWIS: Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball 1, 2. FOSTER. RICHARD: Band 1, 2. 3. 4, Honor Band 1,2,3. 4, Troubadors3.4. Concert Choir2. 3. 4. FRAGOSO. VIRGINIA: Flag-Letter Girl 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4. Hiking Club 2, FRANCISCO. ELIZABETH: Volleyball 2, 3. Soft- ball 2. 3, Anytown 3, GirI's State 3, Junior Honor Guard 3, National Honor Society 4. COE 4, Top Twenty 4. FRAIKEN, LVDIA: Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4. FRANKLIN, BOB: Football 2. GALASKA, CHRISTIE: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 1, 2, Mime Troup 2, German Club 4. GALLANT, WESLEY: Diversified Cooperative Education 4. GALVAN, FERNANDO: Football 1, 2. 3. 4, Track 2, DECA 2. GALVEZ, MARY H.: Club Cenrantes 2, 3. GARCIA. TOM: Concert Choir 3. 4, Homeroom Representative 4, Hiking Club 3.4. GEE, OYLEE KAROLYN: Flag-Letter Girl 3. 4, MECHA1, Hiking Club 1. GERSTEI, HOWARD: Auto Contest 3. GILMOUR, ROBIN: Swimming 3. 4, Waterpolo 4. Drafting 4, Stage Crew 2. 3. 4, Hiking Club 2. VICA 1, 2, 3. 4. GODFREY. CYNTHIA: Flag Football 1, Track 4, Black Culture Club 2. GONZALES, PAULA: Band 2, Honor Band 1, Troubadors 1, Concert Choir 2, Speech Squad 2, National Forensic League 2, Lyres Club 4, Band Club 4. GRAHAM, RICHARD: Swimming 1. 2. 3, 4, Vice President 1, Senator 2, HARDEN, ROXANNE: Flag Girl 4. Girls Basket- ball Manager 3. Homeroom Representative 2, 3, Hiking Club 3. Junior Achievement 3, 4. HEDTKE. SUSAN: Troubadors 4, Concen Choir 3. 4. Drama Club 1, 2, 3. 4. Mime Troup 1. 2. HERNANDEL TAIIAY: Med-Start 4, DCE 3. 4. Tidy Bowl 4, Junior Achievement 3. HILL. HENRY A.: Band 1. 2, 3, 4. HILLMAN, PATRICIA: Gymnastics Manager 3, Cheerleader 4. Model Legislature 4. Art Club 1. Chess Club 3. COE, French Club 3. Hiking Club 2. 3, 4, Bi-Chem-Phy Club 2. 4-H Club 1. 2, 3. 4, Tidy Bowl 4, Model United Nations 4. Homeroom Rep. 1. HIRSCH, JULIE: Tennis 1. 2. 3, Speech Squad 1. 2, Drama Club 1, Model Legislature 3. Ski Club 3, 4, HOEY, TROY: Track 3. Cross Country 3. HOGAN, JANET: Swimming 2, Troubadors 3, 4, Concen Choir 2. 3. 4, Silver Key 2, Top Twenty 4, Junior Honor Guard 3, National Honor Society 4. Secretary-Treasurer. HOLT, TODD: Football 2. Basketball 1. Track 2. HORVATH, EVA A.: FFA 1. Sentinel 2. 3, 4, HOWARD, MIKE: Electronics Club 4, VICA 4. HOYOS, RALPH: Tennis 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3. 4, Honor Band 4, Junior Honor Guard 3, Na- tional Honor Society 3. 4, Medstart 3. 4. Lyres Club 4, Silver Key 2. HUESTIS, KAREN: Troubadors 4, Concert Choir 3, 4, Anytown 3, Hiking Club 4. Ski Club 4. Red Cross 2. JAKOWSKI, DAVID: German Club 2. JAMISON. ANNETTE: Track 1, 2, Class Office 4. Chorus 1, Choralettes 1, 4-H Club 4, Home- room Federation 4, Black Culture Club 3. Med-Start 2. 3, 4, Bi-Chem-Phy-Club 3. Art Club 2. JOHNSON, ANNE Twirlers 2. 3. Antytown 4, Model Legislature 2. Tucsonian 3. 4. Editor- in-Chief 4, Junior Honor Guard 3, National Honor Society 4. Hiking Club 1, 2, 4, Red Cross 4. Silver Key 1. 2, 3. 4. National Merit Commended Student 4, Top Twenty 4. JOHNSON, ROBERT L.: Football 1. Basketball 2. Track 3. Black Culture Club 3, 4. KALKER. MONICA: Speech Squad 3, 4, National Forensic League 3. 4, National Honor Society 3, 4. Red Cross 3. 4, Med-Start 3, 4. Received Honors from American Heart Foundation. 3rd Prize from American Pen Women. KINGMAN, ERNIE: Football 1, 2. KLAUSER, DIANA: Track 1.2. 3. DECA 3, 4, Club Cervantes 1. Hiking Club 1. KUPKA. KATHRINA: Tennis 4, German Club. LANGFORD, VICTOR: Football 1, 2. Basketball 1, 2, 3. Track 1, 2, 3. Black Culture Club 3, 4. LARA, ANA: Basketball 3. 4. Track 2, Softball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2. 3, 4, Class Office 2, 3. 4. 180 House ol Representatives 1. Hiking Club 3. Volleyball Western Invitational Tournament All-Star Team 3, Volleyball-Honorable Men- tion All City 3. Volleyball-Americas Out- standing Names and faces 3. LEE, RANDY: Class Senator1,2. 3, 4, Anytcwn 4. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Advisory Coun- cil 4. Chess Club 1. Bible Club 2.3. LEON, JULIE: Los Tucsonenses 1. 2. 3, 4. LEWIS, SOPHIA: Tidy Bowl 3. 4. Black Culture Club 1. 2, 3. 4. DECA 3. 4. LOGAN, DERECK: Band 1.2. 3, Honor Band 1.2, Orchestra 1 . 2, French Club 1, Scuba Club 2, Junior Achievement 2, 3. LOPEZ, ANA MARIE: Mat-Maids 2, 3. Junior Honor Guard 3, Hiking Club 1, DECA 3. 4. Junior Achievement 3, LOPEZ, JESUS A.: Wrestling 1. 2, 4. Cross Country 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2. 3, Sheet Metal Club 3. LOPEZ, PORFHELIA: Advanced Choir 1. LUKE, GORDON: Football 1, 2, 3. 4. McCALDIN, KIM: Future Farmers of America 3 MCCUNE, LESLIE: Swimming 2. Flag-Letter Girls 2, Concert Choir 1. Choralettes 2. Junior Honor Guard 3. National Honor Society 3. 4. MCGLADE, PATRICIA: Softball 1, 2. MALDONADO. PATRICIA: Club Cervantes 3. French Club 4. Bi-Chem-Ply Club 4. MALLOY, PAT: Football 1. Swimming 3. MARISCAI., DEBORAH: Girl's Basketball 3, Flag-Letter Girls 2, 3, 4. El Club Cervantes 1, 3. 4. MARTINEZ, DONALD: Football 2. MARTINEZ. JOE: Track 1, 2, Cross Country 2, 3, El Club Cervantes 4. MARTINEL LEONARD: Football 1. 2, 3, 4. Base- ball 4, Tidy Bowl Coach 3, 4. MASON, LISA: Cheerleader 2. Student Body OI- flce 1. MAUTER, ANGELA: Flag-Letter Girl 2. MENDIBLES, ANTHONY: Football 2, 4, Track 3. Gymnastic 2. Cross Country 1. MESSNER, DAVID: Band 1. 2, 3. Lyres Club 4, MEYER, SCOTT: Tennis 2, 3. 4. Junior Honor Guard 3, Tucsonian 4. MITCHELL SHERRY L: Cheerleader 3, Band 1. 2. Black Culture Club 1. 2, 3. 4, DECA 3. MONJE, RICHARD: Football 1.2. Baseball 1.2,3, 4. Gymnastics 1, DCE President 3, Los Tuc- sonenses 1, Hiking Club 3. 4. Junior Achievement 3. MONTANTE, JOSE V.: DECA 3, 4. MORALES, ARNOLD: Mike Boy 1, Los Tuc- sonenses 2. 3. 4, Student Body Vice Presi- dent4, Senator 3,4, Anytown 4. El Club Cer- vantes 1, 2. DECA 4. MORENO, RICHARD: Football 1. Track 1. 2. Wrestling 2. 3, 4, Concert Choir 3. 4, MORLACCI, MARIA: Cheerleader, JV Head 2. Tucsonian 3, 4, Speech Squad 2. 3. 4. Na- tional Forensic League 2, 3, 4. Girl's State 4, Junior Honor Guard 3. National Honor Society. President 4, Med-Start 1. 3, Hiking Club 2, Silver Key 1, 2, 3, 4, Top Twenty 4. MORRIS, DANIEL: Track 2, Cross Country 2. Junior Honor Guard 3, National Honor Society 4, COE 4, NATOLI, KATHLEEN: Band 4, Student Federa- tion 4. Lyres Club 4. NAVARRO, PATRICIA: Tidy Bowl 3, 4. NOPERI, SONIA: Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3. 4. Softball 3, 4, Tidy Bowl 3, 4. OCHOA, BELIA: Terpsi 1. 2, 3. 4, EI Club Cer- vantes 2. 3. 4. Hiking Club 2. 4. OCHOA, MARIA: Orchestra 2, El Club Cervantes 3, Bi-Chem-Phy 4. French Club 4, O'HARA, MICHELINE: Drama Club 3. Fied Cross 3. Senator 4. OLNEIRA, JOSE: Swimming 1, 2, 4, Chess Club 4. Chess Team 4. OLM, JOHN: Baseball 1, 2, 4. ORTIZ, FELIX: Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1. Con- cert Choir 1, Lyres Club 1. ORTIZ, IMELDA: Songleader 3. 4, Flag-Letter Girl 2, OTTO, VICTORIA: Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Speech Squad1.2,3. 4, National Forensic League 1, 2, 3. 4, Red Cross 1. Orchestra Student Con- ductor 3. PALAFOFIX, ADELA: Mat-Maids 1. 2, 3, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1. Tidy Bowl 4. Club Cervantes 2, Senior Cabinet Member 4, Homecoming Queen 4. PARRA, FILIBERTO: Los Tucsonenses 4. PEDERSOLI, VICTOR: DECA 4. PENA, ALMA: Cross Country 1, Homeroom Federation 3, VICA 3 PESQUEIRA, RICARDO: Football 1. 2. Gym- nastic 2, 3. PIOKENS, GLYNN: Hiking Club 4. PLEITER, AMY: Tennis 1, 2. 3, 4, Quarterly 1, Troubadors 3, 4, Concert Choir 3, 4, Ski Club 4, National Honor Society 4. PORTER, RICHARD: Band 1, 2. 3, 4, Honor Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Troubadors 2, Con- cert Choir 2, Boy's State 3, National Honor Society 4, Lyres Club 4, All Regional Choir 2, PORTILLO, CARMEN: Flag-Letter Girl 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1. 2, 3. 4. QUIHUIS, DANIEIQ Football 1, 2, RAZO, LYNDA: Track 2, Tennis 1, Softball 2, French Club 3, Med-Start 3, 4, REID, DAVID: Hiking Club 4. Junior Achieve- ment 3. RICHARDSON, ANTHONY: Football 4, Basket- ball 3. Concert Choir 3. RIESGO, CHARLIE: Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4, Golf 2. Student Body Office 1. QUESADA, ROSE MARIE: Track 1, 2, 3, Volley- ball 2, Songleader 3. 4, Club Cervantes 2, 3, Hiking Club 3. COE 4, Homecoming Finalist 4. QUINTERO, SOCORRO: Flag-Letter Girl 2. DUIROZ, RAYMOND: Football 2, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4 RAMOS, ROBERT: Football 1, Swimming 1, Senator 1, Chess Club 3, 4, Hiking Club 3. RAPPEPORT, MICHAEI4 Wrestling 2, Quarterly 3, Class Office 3. Pep Club 1. Chess Club 2. Red Cross 2, Art Club 3. DECA 4, REEDER, ADRIAN: Chronicle 3, Tucsonian 3. Advanced Girls Choir 2. DCE 4, French Club 4, Junior Achievement 3. RNERO, AFIMANDO: Football 3, El Club Cer- vantes 1, ROJAS, REGINA: Mat-Nlaid 4. Senator 4, Home- room Federation 1. RUBIO, ERNIE: Football 1. 2, 3, 4. Track 2. 3. Concert Choir 4. SALAZAR, GILBERT: Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 1. 2, Wrestling 1,2. 3. 4,Troubadors4, Concert Choir 2, 3. 4. Silver Key 3, Junior Honor Guard 3. National Honor Society 4 SALGADO, SANDRA: Songleader 4. Mat-Maid l, 2, 3, El Club Cervantes 1, Girls League 1. SANCHEL CECILIA: Track 1, 2. 3. Volleyball 2. 3. Softball 2, 3, DECA 4, Tidy Bowl 3, 4. SANCHEL FELICIANO: Basketball 1, 2, SAUFLEY, KELLY: Drama Club 2, Hiking Clul: 4. Homeroom Federation 3, SMITH, MARY: Track 3. Cross Country 2. SOTO, SUZANNE: Flag-Letter Girl 3, 4, STULGIN, PAUL: Connotierre 3. TADEO, PETER: Band 1,2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Orchestra President 4, Lyres Club 4, Junior Honor Guard 3. Shirley B. Reinhard Memorial Scholarship for Outstanding Orchestra Member 3, Stage Band 3. 4, THIERMAN, MARS: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. Tucsonian 4. Junior Honor Guard 3, Ski Club 4. Hiking Club 4. Bowling Club 2, Silver Key 1. TIFFT, WILLIAM: Frisbee 1, 2, 3. 4, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Mime Troup 2, 3, Speech Squad 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4. TRUJILLO, A. C.: DCE 4, TRUJILLO. CHRISTINE: Scorekeeper. Baseball 3, 4, Cheerleader 4. Softball 2. Senior Class Secretary 4, Anytown Delegate 3, Hiking Club 1. Pep Club 3, Homecoming Semi- Finalist 4. VALDEZ, CHRISTINE: Gymnastics 1. 2, 3, 4. VALDEZ, DANNY: Football 1. 2, 3, Baseball 1. VICA 3, VALDEZ, FELIX: Football 2. 3, 4. VALENZUELA, LUIS V.: Drama Club 1, 2, 3. 4. Mime Troup 3, 4, Los Tucsonenses 2, 3, 4. Homeroom Federation 2. Junior Achieve- ment 4, Thespian Society 1. 2. 3. 4, PIP 4. Drama Coleman Award 2. Ftocius 3. VALENZUELA, OLNIA R.: Tucsonian 3. 4. Speech Squad 2, 3, 4. National Forensic League 3, 4, Anytown 3, Homeroom Federa- tion 2. 4. Top Twenty 4. Junior Honor Guard 3. National Honor Society 3, 4. Bi-Chem-Phy 2, 3. 4, Red Cross 2. El Club Cervantes 1. Hiking Club 2, Junior Achievement 3, 4. Silver Key 1. 2. VAUGHN, GREG: Cross Country 2. Band 1, 2, 3. 4. VELDE, JOHN: Baseball 1, 2 VERDUGO BILLY: Track 2. 3. 4, Cross Country 1, 2. 3, 4. Sheet Metal Club 3, 4. VILLEGAS, MARTIN F.: Football 2. 3. Basketball 2. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Federation 3, DECA 3, 1st place in State Math Test, Out- standing Panicipant in DECA Regionals Tournament 3, Homecoming King 4. WAGGONER, JANET: Track 1. Black Culture Club 2. 3. 4 WAGNER, CATHY: Twirler 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Junior Achievement 3, Junior Honor Guard 3, National Honor Society 4, COE 4. WALKER MARCIA: Flag-Letter Girl 3, 4, Home- room Representative 3, 4. Black Culture Club 2, 3, 4. COE 4, JuniorAohievement3, 4. WARFI, WINSTON: Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4. WEDIG, DAPHNE: Tucsonian 4. WEICK, BARI: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Tucsonian 3. 4, Boy's State 3. Junior Honor Guard 3, Na- tional Honor Society 4, Vice President 4, U of A Outstanding Junior Scholar 3, Silver Key 1, 2, 3, 4. Top Twenty 4. National Merit Scholarship Finalist 4, Who's Who 4, Ex- change Club Student oI the Month 4, Home- room Council 3. WILHITE, VERNON: Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Honor Band 1. 2, 4, Concert Choir 2, 3. WILLIAMS, CHUCK: Football Manager 1, 2, Basketball Manager 3, Band 1.2.3. WIMBERLY, DINA: Mat-Maids 1, Orchestra 2. 3. 4. YANEZ, VICENTE: Football 1. Baseball 1, 4. Cross Country 2. 4, Tennis 2. YBARRA. MANUEL: Football 1. 2, 3, I Aguilar, Richard: 117, 140, 145 Aguirre. Ana: 70, 171 a A Abeyta, Anjeanette: 145 Abeyta. Leigh Ann: 70, 163 Acedo. Larry: 110, 145 Acosta, Angel: 127, 155 Acosta. Arthur: 60 Acosta. John: 163 Acosta, Stephanie: 145 ACTIVITIES: 74, 75 Acuna. Alejandro: 145 Acuna, Angelina: 70, 171 Acuna, Martin: 145 Acuna. Ruben: 171 Acuna. Sandra: 145 Adair, Susan: 38. 77. 78, 171 Adams. Holly: 99 Adams, Sue: 57 Adams, Victor: 155 Adibi, Abbas: 163 ADMINISTRATION: 46. 47 Aganza. Hector: 124, 171 Aguero. Daniel: 163 Aguilar. Adam: 155 Aguilar. Andrew: 106,171 Aguilar. Elisa: 87. 138, 145 Aguilar, Gerardo: 133,163 Aguilar, Robert: 26. 133. 171 Aguirre Aguirre Aguirre Aguirre . Connie: 155 . David: 163 , Sylvia: 86, 171 . Tommy: 163 Ah umada, Alma: 145 Ahumada. Anna: 145 Alarcon. Irma: 70, 163 Alcantar. Concepcion: 145 Alday. Rosalie: 171 Allord. Kathleen: 155 Alford, Steven: 155 Altpas. Guadalupe: 145 Allen. Loran: 171 Allen, Nikki: 145 Almazan. Barbara: 155 Almazan, Christina: 155 Almond. Amy: 155 Amend, Frances: 82, 120, 121 Altenhof. Linda: 32, 33. 38, 42, 71, 10 Alvarez Alvarez Alvarez Alvarez Alvarez Alvarez Amado. ,Benjamin: 163 . Esther: 163 : Gerardo: 145 . Mario: 145 , Jesusita: 155 . Reynaldo: 145 Annette: 145 Amundson. Mike: 72 Anchondo. Diana: 115. 127. 134. 155 Anderson, Mr. Donald: 60,130,131 Anthony, Philomena: 145 Anton, Rafael: 89. 98. 163 Anton, Victor: 71, 171 Anton, Yolanda: 155 Apo. Lisa: 155 Araneta. Belinda: 138, 154. 155 Araneta. Letitia: 41. 163 Arciaga. Maria: 155 Arechederra, Kenneth: 116, 155 Arellano. Cesalz 163 Armentrout. Tammy: 163 Aronolf. Robin: 93. 106, 163 Aros, Eddie: 145 Aros, Edith: 155 Arriola, Arroyo, Arroyo, Arvizu, Maria: 155 Israel: 70, 171 Lorenzo: 145 Francine: 155 Arvizu, Kathleen: 145 Arvizu. Lucas: 71, 171 Arvizu. Walterioz 124, 155 Askew, Harrison: Askie, Scott: 82. 93 Atmore, Linda: 89 Austin. Avalos: Mr. Wallace: 53 Tina: 93, 155 Avery. Richard: 145 Ayala, Olivia: 68 Azeved o. Anna: 155 Babich. Mrs. Betsy: 49. 64 Badalamenti. Antonio: 155 Badalamenti, Vito: 163 Bagalini, Steve: 101 Bailey. Mr. Ralph: 68 Baker. Albert: 171 Baker, Ms. Bonnie: 64. 76, 77 Baldwin. Anne: 82. 144, 145 Baldwin, Daniel: 82. 145 allesteros. Barbara: 145 allesteros. Rosanna: 123, 171 allesteros. Teresa: 155 AND: 80. 81 araias, Jenny: 155 arajas. Ronald: 110. 145 aray. Oscar: 145 3,171 Barbea. Joseph: 145 Barber. Julie: 103, 163. 192 Bareither. Karla: 115, 163 Barfield, David: 145 Barfield. Eric: 155 Barnes. Cheryl: 103, 163. 192 Barnes, Michael: 145 Barnes, Ruby' 155 Barrios. Mary: 134, 163 Barstow, Brenda: 171 Barta, Sonya: 145 Bartlett, Robert: 17.163 BASEBALL. B: 134 BASEBALL. VARSITY: 115, 132. 133 BASKETBALL. FROSH: 117 BASKETBALL, GIRLS: 115 BASKETBALL. JV: 116 BASKETBALL. VARSITY: 112, 113. 114 Bass. Westley: Basta. Barbara: 145 145 Basurto, Fabian: 171 Basuno, Steve: 163 Buelna, Bill: 155 Bunker. Anna: 155 Bunker. Carey: 42, 171 Bunker, Laurie: 69 Burr. Mrs. Erika: 53. 102 Burruel. Dario: 145 Burruel, Erika' 145 Buser. Pamela: 39. 92, 163 BUSINESS: 68, 69 Bustamante, Dianna: 145 Bustamante, Sammy: 145 Bustillos. Rudy: 145 Butler. Eric: 42. 119,163 Butler. Jagan: 124. 145 Buxton, Thomas: 106, 108, 163 Byeler, Sonia: 136 Cady, Laura: 145 Bates. Richard: 155 Baxter. Michelle: 123 Beach, Kelly: 77, 163 Beach, Michael: 155 Becker, Brian: 155 Becker. William: 92. 171 Beckham, David: 145 Bedard, Dale: 89 Beddy. Arturo: 155 Beever. Ms. Eileen: 58 Begay, Julia: 145 Beiarano, David: 171 Bejarano. Rene: 124. 155 Bell. cindy: 155 Callaway. Chip: 77, 155 Camacho, Edna: 163 Camacho. Eduardo: 163 Camacho, Fidel: 145 Camacho, Manin: 155 Camacho, Marylou: 145 Camacho. Miguel: 155 Camarena. Anna Ruth: 70, 71. 1 Bell. Dawn: 145 Bell, Debra: 155 Beltran, Shirley: 119, 155 Benedict, Kathy: 53, 155 Benedict. Timothy: 101, 163 Benitez. Annacecilia: 19 Benitez, Anna Marie: 163 Benitez. Gloria: 145 Benitez. Paula: 145 Berg, Simone: 155 Bermudez, Joseph: 70. 171 Bermudez. Rudy: 145 Bermudez, Thomas: 145 Bernal. Carlos: 145 Bernal, Eduardo: 163 Bernal, Maria: 119.155 Berryman. Clinton: 106 Betancourt. Alex: 155 Bethal. Theodore: 140, 145 Biazo. Sheila: 91. 136, 145 Bl-CHEM-PHY: 95 Biddle. Roselind: 145 Bischol. Dennis: 155 Bissell, Sheri: 53. 155 Blair, Laurie: 145 Blakely. Morna: 145 Block. Rebecca: 91, 136. 145 Bock. Donna: 155 Bohme. Mrs, Virginia: 41, 57 Bojorquez, Lydiana: 171 Bolorquez. Patricia: 121, 163 Bollin, Steven: 77. 78. 155 Bonillas. Ernesto: 116, 155 Bono, Lucia: 163 Borboa, Desiree: 155 Borboa, Patricia: 145 Borders. Delbert: 155 Borkoskie, Brian: 145 Camarena, Samuel: 155 Campas, Daniel: 145 Campbell. Mr. Maynard: 51 Campbell, Prince: 155 71 Campillo, Robert: 38, 77, 78. 172 Campos. Antonio: 145 Campos, Raymond: 145 Campos, Rosita: 52. 123. 171 Campuzano, Leticia: 171 Campuzano, Oscar: 140. 155 Canett. Orlando: 163 Canez, Irene: 171 Canez, Lorraine: 145 Carbaial, Anthony: 145 Carbajal, David: 163 Cardarella. John: 145 Cardarella. Kathy: 80, 92, 121, 1 Carlile, Johnny: 145 Carlson, Stella: 163 Carpenter, Frank: 171 Carpenter, Lee: 133 Carrillo, Eliseo: 163 Carrillc, Jesus: 155 Carrillo, Mary: 145 Casarez, Debbie: 155 Casebier. Len: 93, 102. 103, 171. Castaneda. Janet: 155 Castano, Betty: 171 Castano, Mary: 155 Castillo. Francisca: 123, 171 Castillo. Irene: 146 Borkoskie, Suzanne:.70, 71, 120. 121, 171 Borozon. Mr. Michael: 72 Borst, Michele: 145 BOS. Julie: 145 Bostick, Anna: 171 Boswell, Sarah: 155 Boughton, John: 155 Bowman. Deborah: 123, 136. 163 Boyd, Karen: 77. 153 Bracamonte. Austerbert: 110. 145 Bracamonte, Cecilia: 171 Bracamonte. Daniel: 163 Bracamonte, Francisco: 145 Bradlord, Ri Bradley. Bill Castillo, Juan: 163 Castro, Anna: 123. 163 Castro. Elaine: 163 Castro. Imelda: 146 Castro, Rocio: 163 Catalano. Leonard: 155 Cattrell, Valerie: 163 Caulkins, Brian: 163 Cawley, Mr. Dennis: 55 Celaya, Augustin: 171 Centers, Theresa: 146 Centers, Willie: 81. 106. 129. 171 Cephus, Jimmy: 146 Cervantes. Martha: 163 Cha, Armando: 146 Cha, Maria: 19 Chacon, Jenniler: 155 Chacon. Loretta: 27, 34, 38, 42. 1 Chai, Joanne: 146 Chamberlain, Kelly: 155 Chamberlain, Michael: 163 Chambers, Alben: 163 Chambers, Raymond: 156 Champlin. Rick: 98 Chavarria. Andres: 163 chard: 98 y: 155 Chavarna. Leonora: 171 Chavarria, Martha: 156 Chavarria, Norma: 146 Bradley, Carla: 145 Brammeier, Mark: 155 Brandle. Martin: 92, 155 Braun. Braun. Diane: 89, 155 Mark: 145 Bravo. Alexander: 60. 171 B ravo. Ruben: 155 Braziel. April: 171 Braziel. Earl: 155 Brew, Karen: 136, 163 Brooks, Dav Brooks. Joh id: 33. 38, 42,97. 127 n: 33, 171 Brophy. Paul: 92, 129. 155 Brown, Brian: 163 Brown, Debbie: 171 Brown. Kevi Brown, Meli n: 106 nda: 171 Brown, Scott: 155 Brown. Shel la: 171 Brown, Vernett: 163 Brubaker, C atherine: 77. 78. 92, 1 ,129. 170 63 Chavez. Erlinda: 171 Chavez, Gregory: 146 Chavez, Irene: 146 Chavez, Nadine: 163 CHEERLEADERS: 113. 119 Cherry. Michael: 110,146 CHESS: 100 Chinpong, Gesraporn: 146 Christensen, Anne: 163 Christian. Darrell: 146 Christopher, Christine: 156 CHRONIC LE: 102 Chumley, Alan: 146 Cisneros, Clark, Bar Daniel: 146 bara: 171 Clark, Cynthia: 163 Clark. David: 146 Clark. Mili ton: 89, 129 Clark. Scott: 163 Clark. Henry: 91. 156 CLASSES: 142 37, 163 192 03, 171,192 Index Clayton. Dwight: 129. 163 Clewis, Dina Kay: 171 Clyde. Anres: 171 Cocio, Alfonso: 146 Collier, Harry: 163 Collier. Tammy: 146 Collister. Robert: 146 Colmenero. Christine: 171 Colmenero, Edward: 171 Colmenero. Federico: 146 Colmenero. Michael: 77. 78, 140. 148 Concannon. Matthew: 163 CONCERT CHOIR: 76. 77 Contreras, Amelia: 121. 122, 123, 171 Contreras, Bobby: 106. 171 Contreras, David: 110, 146 Contreras. Elvira: 146 Contreras. Frank: 163 Contreras, Jesus: 117. 146 Contreras, Julia: 156 Contreras. Linda: 171 Contreras. Manuel: 146 Contreras. Marc: 171 Contreras. Martina: 156 Contreras, Patrick: 146 Contreras. Zanna: 71. 171 Cook, Mr. Charles' 112.114 Cooper. Angela: 146 Cope, Michael: 163 Copeland, Ricky: 156 Copeland. Robin: 156 Cordova, Arturo: 140, 146 Cordova, Conrad: 146 Cordova. Elvia: 172 Cordova. Graciela: 163 Cordova. Mark: 91 Corella, Sergio: 110. 146 Coretz. Alan: 42 Corkhill, Mike: 124 Corkill. Robin: 124, 156 Coronado. Erperanza: 146 Coronado, Robert: 156 Coronado. Tomas: 146 Coronel, Maria: 163 Corral. Carlos: 146 Corral, Evelyn: 172 Corral, Frederick: 25. 133. 172 Corral, Henry: 133 Corral. Josephine: 157 Corral, Michael: 156 Corral, Toni: 146 Corrales. Patrick: 172 Conez, Alan: 42 Cortez. Craig: 82.99. 163 Cortez. Robert: 82 Cortez, Marisela: 146 Cortez, Nicholas: 163 Cortez, Victor: 146 Cota. Ana: 172 Cota, Richard: 156 Cota. Robert: 124, 172 Cotter, Victor: 127 Coumides. Andreas: 163 COUNSELORS: 50 Counts, Janet: 146 Counts, Jim: 163 Crane. Dana: 156 Crenshew, Mary: 122. 123. 172 Creswell. Steven: 27, 77, 172 Crockett, Sharon: 140. 172 Crosby. Barbara: 146 Crosby. John: 172 CROSS COUNTRY: 128 Cross. Eric: 77, 78 Cross. Frederick: 156 Crouse, Arthur: 112, 172 Crouse, Christine: 115, 146 Cruz, Ernestina: 146 Cruz, Guadalupe: 172 Cruz. Maribel: 115. 146 Cruz. Mark: 172 Cruz, Martin: 156 CULTURE CLUBS: 88,89 Cunes. Peter: 156 Cunningham. Rochelle: 77.78. 164 CURRICULUM: 44. 45 Curtis. Jeffrey: 156 Curtis, Mr. Jerry: 116.117 Curtis, Kathleen: 172 Cuyler, Viola: 172 D Daggett, Mr. John: 72. 92. 128. 129 Dange, John: 101 D'AngeIo, Marylou: 32. 33. 38, 172 Daniel, Carol: 164 D811-IGI. saute: 146 Daniel, Sandra: 89, 172 Daniels, Carolyn: 164 Danish, Kathleen: 136.154, 156 D'Antonio. Laurie: 172 Darby, Calvin: 146 D'Arrigo. Rosanna: 91, 101. 172 Dascoli. Mary: 39.70,94, 130, 134,164 Datz, Vera: 115 Daub. Betsy: 97 18 Harese. Maggie: 94 82 Daub Tr cy: 97 . a Davidson. Amy: 77. 103, 164, 192 Davis, Al ba: 156 Davis, Bob: 146 Davis, Evan: 146 Davis, James: 164 Davis. John: 156 Davis, Richard: 156 Davis. Sean: 112, 164 Davis. Stan: 89 Dawson, Mr. John: 57 Dawson, Mr. William: 106, 108, 109 Dean. Paul: 71 DeBerry, Connie: 156 DeBerry, Robert: 25,106. 108,124. 172 DeConcini, Jeanette: 92. 164 DeConcini, Tina: 146 Deiboldt, Mr. Edward: 67 DeLaGarza, Xavier: 32, 38, 42, 170, 172 Delgado, Joyce: 156 DeLucia, Dev: 99, 140 DeLucia. Lawerence: 164 Denamu Denorge Derringe r, Christopher: 164 an, Danny: 110.124,146 r. Rick: 164 Deschutter, Stephen: 71, 172 Deuser. Diamos. Marvirlt 129, 164 Monica: 172 Diaz, Grace: 70 Diaz, Jerry: 172 Diaz, Sa ri:172 Diaz, Santiago: 156 Dickson. Kyle: 137. 156 Dietrich. Mr. Douglas: 58, 95 Dixon, Deborah: 123,164 Dodd, Vashiti: 172 Dominguez. Mr, George: 40. 60. 140 Dominguez, Mrs. Gloria: 68. 94 Don, Thelma: 77.93, 172 Don. Vanessa: 121. 170, 172 Don. Viv Dorame. ian: 156 Francisco: 146 Dotson. Alice: 115.146 Dotson, April: 156 Dotson. Christine: 172 Doty. Vera: 146 Dove. Ronald: 116,156 Dover, Rebecca: 172 Downer. Randolph: 93, 156 Drake, Kimberly: 164 DRAMA: 84, 85 Dresser, DRILL T Maricruz: 164 EAMS: 122, 123 Duarte, Manuel: 156 Duarte. Richard: 172 Duarte. Dubay. Dubay. Dubois. Thomas: 156 Jennifer: 156 Norman: 140. 164 Lizi: 91, 146 Duenhsen, Natalie: 172 Duchene, Jose: 146 Duckste Duerkse in, Nicolas: 39, 91 n, Loretta: 86, 89, 156 Dugan. Kathleen: 146 Dugan, Sean: 77.93. 156 Dugan, Michael: 25. 93. 106 Duggins. Patty: 164 Duke, Bauer: 21, 172 Duncan. Dupont. Douglas: 146 John: 146 Duran, Armando: 172, 132, 133 Duran, Gary: 146 Duran, Joe: 156 Duran, Veronica: 71, 121,172 Durazo. Du rham Dworin. Lupe: 71 , Clarissa: 146 George: 42, 124. 140 Dyer, Ms. Linda: 72 Early Francis: 164 Early, Michael: 71, 164 Earl, Tammy: 86, 140. 164 a Early, P ul: 156 Eason, Jill: 156 Eaton, Scott: 93, 103. 164. 192 Eck, Paul: 110, 146 Edel, Mrs. Polly: 68 Edelberg. Jay: 138, 156 Edwards, Kenneth: 164 Ekechukwu. Obioma: 129 ELECTRONICS: 98 Elias, M Ichellel 86, 156 Ellenbeck, Ms. Addy: 72 Ellington, Lawerence: 21 Ellington. Louise: 164 Encinas, Fred: 146 Encinas, Sylvia: 172 Encinas, Veronica: 66 Endrizzi, Carisa: 36, 38, 42, 78. 8 Endrizzi, Karena: 91, 138, 146 ENGLIS H: 52. 53 Enriquez, Myrna: 68, 71 Eppley. Epstein. Jeffrey: 156 Phil: 138 2.91.172 Erps, Joan: 91, 119. 156 Escalante. Teresa: 146 Espinosa, Espinoza. Espinoza, Espinoza Espinoza Espinoza Esquivel. Marisela: 164 Betty: 164 Eddie: 71,98, 173 Irene: 146 I Joe: 173 , Sandy: 146 Emmett: 164 Essig, Mrs. RoseAnn: 72 G Galaska, Christie: 89 Galindo, Maria: 147 Galindo, Rachel: 173 Gallant. Charles: 173 Gallant, Helen: 147 Gallego. Anna: 157 Gallego. Mrs. Cecilia: 68 Guerena. Anna: 157 Guerena, Tomas, Jr.: 165 Guererra, Mario: 157 Gunderson. Janet: 70, 136. 165 Gutierrez,MichaeI82,127, 129,165 Guzman, Ana: 147 Guzman, Tony: 157 Guzman, Victor' 129, 147 GYMNASTICS: 140 Estrada. Mary: 146 Estrada. Richard: 146 Estrella, Linda: 156 Eva, Jim: 89 Evans. Lorraine: 93, 77, 136. 164 Evenchlk. Clark: 17, 77, 78. 93. 173 Everett, James: 146 Everett, Susan: 90, 92 EXCHANGE PROGRAMS: 101 F FACULTY: 48, 49 Faith, Julie: 154,156 Fallang, Charles: 95, 156 Fallang, Jefirey: 173 Fay. Ms. Jean: 57 Fazio. Michael: 77, 146 Fearing, William: 146 Federhar, Lisa: 38, 97. 173 Federico, Maria: 144 Feig, Daniel: 146 Feig, Mark: 71,173 Felciano, Randy: 140 Feldman, Jon: 164 Felix, Eva: 82, 164 Felix, Jaime: 41, 42, 173 Felix. Loretta: 146 Felix, Mary: 71,164 Felton. Jacqueline: 164 Fernandez, Amy: 156 Ferranti, Felice: 146 Ferreira, Paul Jr.: 164 Gallego Galvan. Galvan. Galvez. Galvez. Galvez, Garcia, Garcia. Garcia. Garcia. Garcia, Garcia, Garcia. Garcia. Garcia, Garcia. Garcia. Garcia. Garcia, Garcia. Garcia. Garcia. Garcia. . Daniel: 165 Fernando: 70. 106.173 Frances: 103, 165, 192 Mary: 173 Rose: 147 Teresa: 121 Bob: 77 Cruz: 165 Guadalupe: 157 Glenda: 147 Jesus: 173 Julie: 147 Laura: 165 Maria: 157 Martin: 157 Paul: 82, 124, 154, 157 Ramon: 173 Raul: 77. 147 Ray: 147 Roberto: 78, 157 Theresa: 147 Thomas: 77, 92, 173 Xavier: 103, 165, 192 Ficke. Brian: 84 Ficke, Fritz: 164 Figueroa. Cecilia: 156 Figueroa, Cruz: 156 Filsinger. Whitney: 156 Fimbres, Jesus: 146 Fimbres, Monica: 156 Fimbres, Pauline: 164 Fimbres. Fimbres. Fimbres. Steven: 106, 129 Victor: 173 Yvonne: 156 Erechukem, Obioma: 156 Erps. Benjamin: 22, 38, 77, 78. 91. 112,173 Findley. Adrienne: 147 FINE ARTS: 64 Finfrock, Mr. Dale: 67 Finical, Eric: 36, 37, 103, 137, 173, 192 Fish, John: 42 Fisher, Bill: 89 Fiske. Robin: 147 Fitzgerald. Chelle: 147 Fitzpatrick, Frederick: 106, 133, 165 Flannigan, Judy: 77, 173 Fleischman. Ms. Debra: 72 Flinn, Mike: 138 Flores. Adella: 147 Flores, Jenny: 147 Flores, Maquina: 156 Flores, Roxanne: 173 Flowers. Sharon: 163 Fontes, Edward: 110, 147 Fontes, Mary Ann: 156 FOOTBALL. FROSH: 111 FOOTBALL, JV: 110 FOOTBALL, VARSITY: 106, 107, 108, 109 Foraker, Jodie: 147 Force, Mr. Richard: 51 Foss, Patricia: 165 Foster, Lewis: 173 Foster, Richard: 77, 78. 82, 165, 173 Foster, Trina: 147 Foster. Jr. Lewis: 106 Fragosa. Virgina: 123, 173 Francisco, Donna: 115, 165 Francisco, Elizabeth: 36, 38, 42, 71, 173 Franken. Alicia: 147, 147 Franken. Lydia: 82, 173 Franklin, Frederick: 147 Franklin. Jeff: 106 Frasquillo. Susan: 173 Freedman. Lisa: 77. 93, 192 Freeman, Charles: 157 French, Clarence: 173 French, Kathleen: 147 Freundlich. Jackie: 91 FRESHMAN CLASS: 144 Friedlander, Frank: 110 Friedlander, Steve: 147 Fry, Billy: 147 Fuentes, Leticia: 147 Fulginitti. Lori: 138 Fulginltti, Jeff: 93, 138 Futon, Jackie: 89 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA: 99 Gardner, Florence: 147 Gardner. Jeffrey: 165 Garis, David: 157 Garitano, Lyle: 42, 138 Garitano, Mr. Robert: 46, 165 Gastelum, Arlene: 147 Gaston, Tony: 128, 129 Gaston, Yancy: 165 Gateley, Bill: 133 Gauna. Rene: 157 Gauna, Yvette: 94, 165 Gee, Frank: 116 Gee. oyiee: 123, 173 Geesing, Marian: 165 Gehrels, Liedeke: B9 Geiter. Penny: 147 Geiter. Robert: 147 Gerber, Scott: 101 German. Rebecca: 157 Gerstel, Howard: 173 Gilbert, Riki: 133,165 Gill, Linda: 157 Gill, Oscar: 173 Gilligan, Ms, Heidi: 55 Gilmour, Robert: 173 Gin, Amber: 77. 78, 119. Gin. David: 117 Ginn, Harlan: 116, 157 Ginn, Robin: 138, 147 Girran, Jan: 147 165 H Hagler. Consuella: 147 Hale, Diana: 123, 165 Hallman, Mr. Gerald: 66. Hall, Becke: 147 Hall. Doyle: 89 Hall, Gregory: 157 Hall, James: 165 Hall. Jimmy: 157 Ham, Susan: 89, 157 67. 129 Hamblin, Kris: 93. 138, 147 Hammon, Robin: 165 Hammond, Barbara: 82, 130, 157 Hamrick, James: 127,129 Hancock. Ms. Mary: 157 Hanley, Rodney: 157 Hanna, Todd: 173 Hannah, Wendy: 138, 147 Hansen. Carrie: 77, 78. 82. 84. 97, 165 Harden, Roxanne: 123, 173 Haro. Gilbert: 157 Haro, Veronica: 147 Harper, Chris: 157 Harris, Mr. Glenn: 57 Harrison, Brenda: 165 Harrison, Janette? 157 Harshlield, Collen: 82 Harshfield, Danna: 77, 11 Harshtield. David: 98. 165 Harvey, Pamela: 147 9, 157 . I Haskins, Michele: 89, 147 Hatfield, Cheri: 173 Hawk, Charles: 157 Hays, Kathy: 93 Hedtke. Susan: 78, 173 Heimowitz, Mr. Jack: 53 Helton, Jack: 173 Helton, Patricia: 147 Helms, Ms. Karen: 126, 127 Hendrix, Thurman: 147 Henry, Jett: 148 Hedgock. Mr. Robert: 67 Hernandez. Christina: 157 Hernandez, Ernie: 124. 165 Hernandez. Hernandez Hernandez Hernandez HGVIWEFIOEZ Jerry: 77, 173 John: 66, 173 Josefina: 148 Kathy: 165 Tammy: 173 Hernandez, . Veronica: 173 Gissart. Sonia: 147 Glidewell, Michael Godoy. Arthur: 165 Goetz, Jeffrey: 157 Ernest Jr.: 147 Goldsby, Tina: 165 GOLF: 141 G0ld8fl. Golman Gomez. Go mez. Gomez. Gomez. Gomez. Go mez, s. Kathy: 173 Carlos: 165 Erlinda: 147 Maria: 173 Mark: 147 Mary: 92, 173 Sylvia: 157 Gomez. Veronica: 157 Gonzales. Gonzales. Jenny: 147 Gonzales. Gonzales Gonzalez, Aaron: 157 Gonzalez, JoAnn: 147 Gonzalez, Julie: 70, 16 Gonzalez, Leticia: 147 Gonzalez, Yolanda 14 Gootter, S Gordy, Suzanne: 165 Grabb, Jimmy: 138 Grady, Frank Jr.: 147 Graham, Richard: 113 Granada, Mr. Robert: 46 Granados, Martin: 147 Granillo, Rosa: 165 : 165 Armando: 147 Michael: 157 , Paula: 77, 78, 173 2, 165 : 7 teven 93, 138, 165 Grant, Deborah: 115, 127, 157 Graves, Becky: 157 Grayson, Ruth: 89 Green, Donald: 71. 157 Green, Martha: 147 Greene. Gretchen: 147 Griffin, Mary: 165 Griialva, David: 157 Griialva, Ron: 110 Groff. Mr, Albert: 53 Gross, Authur: 129 Gross, George: 157 Grove, Nathan: 173 Guayante. Sergio: 124, 1 57 Herr, Christine: 77, 91, 92. 136,165 Herrera, Alejandro: 157 Herrera, Georgina: 86, 157 Herrera. Mrs. Lupe: 51 Herrera, Marco: 148 Herrera, Maria: 148 Herrera, Patricia: 134, 135, 165 Hess, Kevin: 82, 89, 148 Hess. Stewart: 89, 165 Hesson, Lynn: 148 Higgins, Ben: 89, 148 Higgins, Ed: 148 Higuera, Alexander: 148 HIKING CLUB: 92 Hill. Danny: 89, 106, 109. Hill, Henry: 58 112.165 HIIl,Johnny: 127,129,148 Hill, Pamela: 77, 157 Hillman. Patricia: 71, 92, 119, 173 Hilman, Mark: 173 Hilmer, Kelly: 136,144,148 Hilton, Pat: 115 Hirsch, Julie: 172,173 Hoey, Tina: 165 Hoey. Troy: 127, 129, 173 Hoffman, Catalina: 148 Hoffman, Mr. George: 67 Hoffman. Victoria: 148 Hogan. Hogan. Anita: 148 Chris: 136 Hogan, Janet: 26, 27, 36. Hogan. Jessica: 157 Hogan, Traci: 148 Hoge. Charles: 92. 165 Hogue. Mike: 106 Holloway, Dana: 77, 82 Horn, William: 82 HOME ECONOMICS: 65 HOMECOMING: 24, 25 38,77,7B, 138. 173 Honhoinewa, Evans: 124, 165 Honhoinewa, Yvette: 157 HONORS: 30, 31 Hook. James: 77, 165 Hook, Kathleen: 25, 119, 134, 173 Hooper, Rhonda: 157 Horne, Mr. Melvin: 72 Leon, Horton. John: 158 Horton. Margaret: 136, 146 House, Angela: 158 Howard. Michael: 98, 173 Howen, Brenda: 123 Hoyos, Ana: 148 Hoyos, Ralael: 38, 82. 173 Hsiao. Edward: 148 Hubbard, William: 165 Huerta, Martin: 173 Huestis. Karen: 42. 77. 78. 92, 93, 174 Hullaker, Mr. Mel: 66, 67 Hutt. Theodore: 166 Huhn, Tamara: 22, 93, 102. 127, 131. 166 Hume. Lisa: 82. 97, 136,158 Humphrey. Bridget: 98. 138. 166 Ibarra. Margarita: 140, 158 INDUSTRIAL ARTS: 66, 67 Ingersoll. Mr. Roger: 51 INTERESTS: 22. 23 Islas. Oscar: 158 J Jackson, Ron: 116. 158 Jacobs, Cecilia: 158 Jacobs. Melissa: 166 Jackson, Ingrid: 174 Jaimez. Tony: 155 Jakowski, David: 89, 174 James, Mr. Harlow: 67 Jamison, Annette: 174 Jamison, Reba: 148 Janssen, Rex: 166 Jaramillo, Mark: 158 llensen. Mr. Robert: 58 Jimenez. Mary: 166 imenez, Yolanda: 148 ohns, David: 166 ohns, Kathleen: 62. 148 ohns, Mary: 166 ohnson. Angela: 115.127,134,l58 ohnson. Anne: 35, 38, 42, 102. 103, ohnson. Dale: 124,166 ohnson. Jenniler: 77, 89. 166 ohnson. Jerry: 158 ohnson. Karin: 77.93. 166 ohnson. Mallory: 166 ohnson. Mike: 77.78.166 ohnson. Rob: 158 ohnson. Robert: 106,112. 114 ohnson. Scott: 166 ohnson. Thomas: 106,115, 166 ones. Andre: 106, 108 ones. Brenda: 166 ones, Frank: 166 ones, Joseph: 14B ones. Kim: 82, 109, 158 ones, Mr. Robert: 41. 46 ones, Theodore: 158 Oseph. Chris: 166 ossart, Jon: 166 udson, Karen: 89, 158 udson. Richard: 166 UNIORS: 162 K aas, Jerry: 148 aiser. Mr. Robert: 51 aldman, Elizabeth: 158 areiva. Paul: 91. 148 ay. Henry: 91, 148 azal, Mrs. Debbie: 53 azaal. Josette: 148 elly, Chris: 93, 106, 124 elley. Mr. Joseph: 72. 92 elley. Karen: 174 elly, Kathy: 174 eneston, Lizzie: 148 ertoot, Steven: 148 erstitch. Ms. Dana: 48. 49 ey, Mrs. Rosia: 51 im, Mira: 148 ing, Ms. Bertha: 68 ing, mia: me ingman, Ernest: 71. 174 issall. Mr. Ted: 53, 139 itty, Milley: 159 Iauser. Diana: 70, 174 nauss. Mrs. Paula: 68. 71 ohler, Jeiiery: 158 ohler. Karen: 148 omerska. Steven: 166 nrad. Karen: 148 reamer, Joseph: 116, 158 reamer. Mr. William: 60, 110. 115 rompasky, Ms. Hilda: 53 otenberg, Marshall: 93. 166 bilus, Richard: 110, 148 ndert, Cathleen: 154. 158 pka, Katrina: 89, 101, 138. 174 174. 192 L Lacerenza, Sandra: 158 Laguna. Norma: 148 Laguna, Francisco: 89 Laguna. Ricky: 110,148 Laird. Brian: 148 Laird. Cynthia: 71, 158 Laird, Wendy: 166 Laks, lan: 158 Laks, Jason: 140 Langlord, Victor: 51, 89. 106, 174 Langs ton, Cynthia: 166 LANGUAGES: 54. 55 Lara. Anna: 115,124,134.170. 174 Lara. Rebecca: 77. 166 Latrell. Octavia: 115, 134. 174 Lawerence, Michael. 106, 166 Lawson, Dache: 158 Lax, lan: 138 Leach. Patrick: 158 Lee, Calvin: 98, 116. 166 Lee, Christine: 154 Lee, Ms. Patsy: 115 Lee, Randolph: 42. 170, 174 Lee. Tina: 86. 174 Leeper. Shawntee: 148 Lehel. Mr, Zoltan: 67 Leighton. Michael: 92, 174 Lemere. Troy: 117. 148 Lenox, Karen: 82. 148 Leon, Antonio: 166 Leon, Edmundo: 166 Leon. Emelda: 115. 148 LEON. Lorraine: 71. 174 Leon, Pedro: 166 Rosalinda: 148 Leon. Santiago: 148 Leon. Tina: 134 Lesny. Lance: 174 Lesny, Lisa: 130, 148 Levkowitz, Lisa: 77, 93, 166 Lewis, Charlotte: 77, 78, 92. 166 Lewis. Dino: 162, 166 Lewis, Ellen: 115 Lewis, Osia: 110, 116 Lewis. Sophia: 89, 174 Lewis. Steven: 117. 148 Lewis. Sylvia: 148 Libby. Camilla: 91, 136, 148 LIBRARIANSZ 51 Lichtenberger, Kari: 148 Ligocki, Leonard: 71, 174 Limon, Gaspar: 159 Lindberg. Eric: 89 Lindley. Rose: 159 Lion, Joe: 166 Liston, Olivia: 115. 148 Liston, Sandra: 71. 166 Livingston. David: 166 Livingston, David: 174 Livingston. Mrs. Jean: 53 Lizarraga. Armando: 166 Llamas, Barbara: 148 Loaiza, Ana: 166 Loaiza, Rosalva: 134, 159 Lickamy, Terry: 148 Lockmay. Kenny: 117 Loebe. Tammy: 148 Loebe, Vicki: 166 Logan. Derek: 82, 166 Longmars, James: 166 Longton, William: 36, 37. 174 Lopez. Abelardo: 144 Lopez. Alicia: 166 Lopez. Anna: 70, 121, 174 Lopez. Christina: 174 Lopez, Elli: 116 Lopez. Eleazar: 159 Lopez. Helen: 166, 174 Lopez, Ismael: 110 Lopez. Jose: 166 Lopez. Laurence: 106 Lopez, Larry: 166 Lopez. Lionel: 174 Lopez. Loriann: 159 Lopez, Luis: 159 Lopez. Lydia: 166 Lopez, Maria: 166 Lopez, Maria: 167 Lopez. Marie: 71. 166 Lopez. Marjorie: 77, 166. 121 Lopez, Michelle: 159 Lopez. Pamela: 174 Lopez, Pedro: 127, 129. 167 Lopez, Raymond: 159 Lopez. Raymundo: 116. 159 Lopez. Rene: 167 Lopez, Teresa: 42. 170, 174 Loss. Mrs. Jacqueline: 57 Lundeen. Kynde: 77 Lundy, Mr, Thomas A.: 132.133 Lundy, Mr. Thomas K.: 124 Low. Mrs. Jolene: 53 Lozano. Cecilia: 167 Lozano. Leticia: 121, 159 Lucas. Cecil Jr.: 167 Luccero, Sharon: 167 Lugo, Carmilita: 87 Luke, Gordon: 106, 174 Luna. Cynthia: 84, 167 LYRES CLUB: 79 Machado, Lillian: 159 Madison, Jordan Jr.: 167 Madrid. Charles: 53. 112, 167 Madueno, Alejo: 159 Maez, Jean: 90. 159 Magcerm, Maja: 77 Magee, Merry: 167 Magiary. Teresa: 149 Majalca, Stella: 149 Maki. Betsy: 167 Makkonen, Anne: 101, 136. 170, 174 Malaby. Antonio: 149 Maldonado. Melissa: 149 Maldonado, Patricia: 89. 174 Maldonado. Robert: 129, 167 Malloney, Dianna: 174 Malloy, John: 167 Malloy, William: 174 Mandros, Andrew: 159 Maraman. David: 149 Maraman. Teresa: 123. 167 Maricich, Mr. Dan: 53 Maricich. Ms. Lynn: 53 Mariscal. Deborah: 123. 147 Market, Cindy: 174 Market, Kevin: 167 Marks, Pamela: 159 Marmion, Marion: 94, 149 Marones. Ruben: 174 Mascari. Ms. Nancy: 72 Marshall, Maria: 89, 159 Martinez. Angie: 167 Martinez. Armando: 149 Martinez. Donald: 174 Martinez. Elva: 149 Martinez. Ernesto: 166 Martinez, Erma: 149 Martinez, Ezequiel: 167 Martinez, Frances: 167 Martinez, Francisca: 149 Martinez, Frederick: 159 Martinez, Hector: 149 Martinez, Irene: 149 Martinez, Janieve: 159 Martinez, Joe: 159 Martinez, Johnny: 149 Martinez, Jose: 174 Martinez, Julio: 149 Martinez, Leonard: 106, 108. 109, 133. 174 Martinez. Leonor: 89. 159 Martinez, Maria: 94 Martinez, Maria: 82. 167 Martinez, Paul: 159 Martinez. Richard: 159 Martinez, Rita: 159 Martinez, Ruben: 149 Martinez, Rudy: 159 Martinez. Victor: 110 Masen, Rosita: 149 Mason. Elizabeth: 174 Mason, John: 149 Mason, Thelma: 140, 149 Massey, Mary: 149 Mata, Paul: 149 MATH: 56, 57 Mathis. Kathy: 89, 149 Mathis. Sonya: 89, 123. 167 Mathews. Mr. Elden: 64 Matthews, Dylana: 77 MAT-MAIDS: 121 Matthew, Michael: 149 Matty, Juan: 112, 167 Matty, Maria: 140, 149 Mauter, Angela: 174 Mauter, Ronald, Jr.: 149 Vlaxwell. Edward: 149 Maxwell, Jean: 149 Mayorga. Maria: 159 Mayorga. Nellie: 149 Mazza, Leon: 149 McAndrew. Kate: 138 McCaIdin, Kim: 174 McCoy, Jill: 89. 150 McCoy. Kimberly: 150 McCraney, Andrew: 124. 159 McCraney, Elise: 123 McCraney, Ouenna: 123. 159 McCrea, Valerie: 167 McCune. Leslie: 38, 77, 123, 136. 174 McEIigot. Sean: 167 McElroy, Molly: 71 McEIvaine. Bruce: 159 McEIvaine, Dian: 77, 78, 92. 119. 167 McGill. Mr. Earl: 53 McGlade, Patricia: 175 Mclntyre, Charles: 93, 159 McKeethen. Ms. Carolyn: 53 McKnight, Ronald: 159 McNally, Elizabeth: 159 McTaggart, Ferdinand: 159 McVeigh, Mr. Maurice: 53 Mead. Mr. Russell: 58 Medina. Bobby: 110 Medlin, Melinda: 150 Medlin, Minette: 140 MED-START: 94 Membrilla, Naomi: 167.171 Mendez, Robert: 150 Mendez. Rudy: 110, 150 Mendibles. Anthony: 106 Mendibles. Arthur: 167 Mendoza. Bettina: 87, 150 Mendoza. Cecilia: 103, 167, 192 Mendoza. Evangeline: 77.91. 167 Mendoza, James: 159 Mendoza. John: 159 Mendoza. Melissa: 136, 150 Mendoza, Nabor: 150 Mendoza, Ophelia: 150 Mendoza. Ramon' 150 Mercado, Betsy: 91 Mercado, Maria: 159 Mesa. Ms. Anna Marie: 53 Mesa. Georgina: 159 Messina, Mr. James: 58 Messner, David: 175 Messner, Duane: 167 Meyer. Scott: 103, 175. 192 Meza. Hope: 159 Michael, Chris: 55 Milburg. John: 167 Miles. Mr. Kenneth: 46. 48 Miles. Mark: 150 Miles. Sharon: 86, 89. 159 Miller, Judy: 159 Miller, Katherine: 159 Miller, Pam: 119 Minder, Joan: 175 Minder, Joseph: 159 Miranda. Celia: 167 Miranda. Maria: 159 Miranda, Mr. Mike: 55 Miranda. Sandra: 175 Mirano, Mirano. Christine: 159 Juan: 175 Mitchell, Sherry: 175 Moatis. Modica. Molina. Molina, Jesus: 150 Ms. Ann: 57 Johnny: 140. 167 Victoria: 115. 127,167 Monje, Richard: 71, 133. 175 Monreal. Rudollo: 140. 167 Monroe, Mr. Billy: 67 Monroy, Rosella: 140, 150 Monrreal, Jose: 167 Monrreal, Mary: 175 Montanez. Mari: 87. 150 Montanez, Sandra: 70, 77, 81. 167 Montano, Armando: 127, 167 Montano, Estevan: 150 Montano, Manuel: 127. 129. 159 Montano, Willie: 159 Montante, Grace: 70. 167 Montante. Javier: 159 Montante, Jose: 70. 175 Montes, Christina: 167 Montoya, Betty: 159 Montoya. Diana: 159, 167 Moore. Wilfred: 112 Morales. Armando: 150 Morales. Arnold: 12, 70, 175 Morales Morales Morales Morales Morales Moreno, Moreno, , Elvia: 167 . Lucina: 150 , Olga: 87. 89. 144. 150 , Rene: 167 , Ron: 77, 78 Arnold: 167 Christina: 150 Moreno, Christine: 120. 121, 167 Moreno, Irene: 159 Moreno, Lisa: 159 Moreno. Patricia: 150 Moreno, Richard: 124, 140. 175 Moreno, Robert: 140. 167 Morentin, Yolanda: 66, 175 Morey. Shaun: 93, 138, 159 Morgan, Donna: 21, 78. 119,167 Morlacci, Maria: 32, 33. 38. 42, 97, Morphew, Mr. Gordon: 58 Morris, Daniel: 38. 70, 71, 175 Morris, Mrs. Paula: 136 Mounsey. Lori: 167 Mounsey. Mark: 150 Munoz. Cynthia: 159 Munoz, Manuel: 159 Munsey. Andy: 159 Munsey. Lisa: 167 Munsey. Wendi: 175 Murphy, Murphy. Murphy. Murphy, Murray. Murray. Murray. Murray. Elizabeth: 150 Kevin: 175 Sean: 159 Timothy: 57, 91, 93 Durice: 89, 150 James: 91, 150 Kevin: 167 Leonard: 129, 175 Murrieta. Felipe: 175 Musgrave, Danny: 150 Myers. Mr. Robert: 67, 70. 71 103. 175, 192 18 P 84 Nairn. Sang' 150 Nairn. Sang: 159 Nanez. Bernerdin. 167 Nasser. Kent' 112, 133, 159 Panos, Paraskevi' 175 Paredes. Cathy' 160 Parra. Sergio: 112. 167 Parry, Adrienne: 136, 151 Patino. Mario, 167 Payne, Carl: 95. 98, 160 Payne, Gerri: 77. 117 NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE: 96. 97 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETV' 38, 39 Natividad, Monica: 150 Natividad. Richard: 150 Nativldad.Stell31 26, 27. 175 Natoli, David: 175 Natoli. Deborah' 175 Nava. Eunice: 150 Nava, Martin: 159 Navarro. Jorge: 167 Navarro. Patricia: 175 Navarro. Rosie: 115 Needham, Jenniler: 21, 77, 93, 175 Netting, Robert: 129, 159 Newman, Jane: 42, 62. 138. 139,167 Pedersoli. Victor: 64. 70. 175 Pelayo. Yvonne: 123. 160 Pellon. Gina: 119 Pena. Albert: 151 Pena. Alma: 175 Pena, Tomas: 160 Pena. Va Idivia: 151 Peralta. Adolfo: 175 Peralta, Barbara: 70. 167 Pereyda, Martin: 117,151 Perez. Anna: 151 Perez, Anthony: 160 Perez, Brenda: 151 Perez, David: 160 Perez. Edward: 167 Newton. Stormy: 167 Nlehaus, Mr. Duane: 57 Niel. Mr. Shaun: 58 No. Michael: 150 Nolette, Brenda: 70. 167 Noon, Delphine' 159 NOONTIME: 20. 21 Nopen, Cesar: 160 Noperi, Rodrigo: 167 Nopen. Sonia: 115.134.1751 Noriega, Cecilia: 160 Norton, Robin: 123, 167 Norton, Susan: 150 Norvath. Eva: 173 Nott, David' Nott. Mrs. Jane: 53. 96. 97 Nunez, Celia: 150 Nunez. Paul: 124.160 Nunez, Pauline: 121,167 O Obregon, Frank: 167 Obrien, Obrien, Elizabeth: 160 Sharon: 136.144, 150 Ochoa, Albert: 150 Ochoa. Bella: 86, 175 Oc hoa, Maria: 89. 175 Ochoa, Mary: 150 Ochoa, Ohara, Micheline: 175 Olejnik. Olivas. Olivas, Olivas. oiiilas. Mike: 138. 160 Tracy: 160 Rosemary: 150 Roy: 138, 160 Samuel: 150 Walter: 160 Oliveria, Jose: 101, 175 Olm, Joy: 134, 135. 167 Olsen, Carl- 166 Olson. Patricia: 175 Olstad, Lois:91, 119,160 ORCHESTRA: 82. 83 Orduno, Lorena: 160 Orendain. Carlos: 160 Ormsby, Jacqueline: 160 Ormsby. John: 160 Orourke. Daniel: 138, 150 Orourke, Mary: 17,119. 167 Orozco, Melba: 70, 167 Orta. Rosemary: 160 Ortega, Rosita: 167 Ortiz, Bertha: 175 Ortiz, Catalina: 150 Ortiz, Danny: 150 Ortiz, Felix: 175 Ortiz, Grace: 167 Ortiz, Imelda: 121, 175 Ortiz. Ivo: 167 Ortiz, Jose: 150 Ortiz, Lucia: 150 Ortiz, Mary: 160, 167 Ortiz. Richard: 175 Ortiz. Mr. Robert: 67 Ortiz. Roy: 150 Ortiz. Sonia: 150 Osheim, Terry: 150 Osuna, Oscar: 115, 150 Otto, Victoria: 55, 82.97. 175 Perez. Gilben: 157 Perez, Rita: 57, 160 Perez, Roger: 151 Perez, Tony: 160 Perry. Robin: 42, 62, 77, 136 Pesqueira, Jessie: 160 Pesqueira, Pauline: 168 Pesqueira, Ricardo: 175 Petersen, Nancy: 77. 175 Peterson, Lori: 82, 115. 127. 168 Pham. Dang: 138,160 PHYSICAL EDUCATION: 62. 63 Pickens, Elaine: 136. 160 Pickens, Gina: 92 Pickens. Glynn' 92,175 Pickens. Leon: 68. 136, 175 Pickens, Regina: 151 Pina, Patrick: 1175 Pina, Rigoberto: 168 Pinedo. Cynthia: 160 Pinedo, Solomon: 168 Pitt. Dana: 168 Pitt, Tracy: 93. 136 Pleiter, Amy: 34. 38. 77, 78, 176 Plommer. Michael: 168 Plummer, Kelvin: 116,160 Podesta. Carlos: 110 Poindexter, Melissa: 168 Poindexter. Susan: 89. 151 Pollock, Brian: 176 Porter. Lon: 151 Porter, Patrick: 17, 82, 144, 151 Porter. Peter: 77, 78, 106 Porter. Richard: 34, 35, 38. 42.82, 176 Portillo. Carmen: 82. 123 Portillo. Maria: 176 PothoH, Thomas: 39. 78. 138. 168 Poole. Greg: 151 Preciado, Martha: 70, 87. 168 Preciado, Vidal: 67, 151 Prentice. Don: 60 Procter. Richard: 168 Pro, Henry: 168 Pro. Consuelo: 160 Procter. Sandra: 151 Prosser, Daniel: 106, 168 Prosser. Jean: 93. 130, 131. 160 Putman, Lisa: 168 Quesada, Robert: 168 Quesada, Rosemarie: 25, 71. 121, 17 Quezada. Angela: 176 Quezada, Claresa: 160 Ouezada, Danny: 151 Quihuis, Christina: 168 Quihuis. Daniel: 71, 176 Quihuis, Denise: 41, 162. 168 Quihuis. Diana: 150 Quiiada, Roger: 160 Quinlan, Kelly: 77. 162, 168 Ouinonez, David 106, 129. 168 Quintana, Veronica: 87, 89, 151 Quintero. Ana: 176 Ouintero, Socorro: 176 Quiroz, Quiroz. Eugenio: 160 Federico: 176 Ou iroz, Grace: 151 Quiroz. Quiroz. Quiroz, Henry: 168 John: 93, 168 Lisa: 151 Pablo. Bryan: 110,117,150 Pablo. lvalee: 160 Pacheco. Henry: 150 Pacheco. Lorraine: 151 Pacheco, Steven: 91, 110 Palatox, Adela: 25. 175 Palatox, Federico: 99. 160 Pallanes. Patricia: 71. 175 Palmer, Bethany: 123. 167 Palmer. Ms. Bettye: 62. 122 Palmer. Presley: 116, 160 Palomera. Francisco: 167 Pan. Eric: 140,151 Quiroz. Patricia: 127,134,168 0, 176 Quiroz. Raymond: 106. 132,133, 176 Oureshi. Kaukab: 160 Qureshi, Mohammad: 150 Oureshi. Sohail: 151 Radick, Ms. Sandy: 101 Radtke. Charlene: 115. 127. 154,160 Ragsdale. Jason' 168 Rake, Kimberly: 160 Ramirez, Robert: 151 Ramos, Benjamin: 151 Ramos. Manha: 151 Ramos. Robert: 176 Rappeport. Debra: 160 Rappeport. Michael: 70. 176 Rappeport. Robert: 168 Razo. Lynda: 176 Raxo, Tony: 99 Real, Dedee: 160 Real, Dodie: 176 Real. Lisa: 160 Redner, Wayne: 101 Reeder, Adrian: 71. 176 Reid. David: 92, 176 Relyea, Barbara' 188 Reyes, Lawrence: 133. 168 Reynolds, Hedi' 138. 151 Reynolds. Jeffrey: 168 Richards, Patricia: 136 Ruiz. Lourdes: 168 Ruiz. Mr Mack: 55, 134 Ruiz, Maria: 176 Ruiz, Rosemary: 151 Ruiz. Sylvia: 168 Rusinski. Michael: 176 Rusk, Mr: Robert: 67. 99 Richardson, Ms. Gail: 53 aries: 133, 176 Riesgo. Ch Riesgo, Francisco: 160 Riesgo. Jaime: 151 Riesgo. Sofia: 151 Rios, Mario- 168 Rivera. Daniel: 98. 168 Rusk. Sally: 136 Risk. Sara: 28. 91. 160 Russo. Guido: 160 Rutlin. Miles: 151 Rutter, Mr. Andrew: 60 S Saba, Mr. Jean: 57 Sabel, Ricki: 93, 168 Saenz, Annabell: 160 Saenz, Mario: 168 Sage, Ms. Kathleen: 64, 192 Sagvold, Tami: 151 Sainz. Fernando: 151 Sainz. Robert: 160 Salnz, Yvette: 121 Saiz. Reynaldo: 110, 151 Sakhae, Sasan: 160 Rivera, Eva: 160 Rivera. Jesus- 168 Rivera. Katherina: 176 Rivera. Marcetia: 168 Rivera. Martha: 168 Rivera. Martha: 168 Rivera, Particia: 70, 176 Rivera. Ronald Jr.: 160 Rivero, Armando: 176 Roach, Wendy: 176 Roads. Richard: 151 Roberts, Mrs. Paula: 53 Robinson. Robert: 110. 117, 151 Robinson, William: 101,168 Robitaille, Debra: 160 .124 Sagudo. Terry: 151 Salazar. Gilbert: 39, 77. 78, 106 Salazar, Lisa: 151 Salazar, Michael: 110, 151. 168 Salazar. Salazar, Salcido, Saldivar. Saldlvar Saldivar, Salgado, Salgado. Rebecca: 160 Sergio: 151 Juan: 163 Eduardo: 168 Sandra: 151 Rosalinda: 71 Gloria: 169 Guadalupe: 160 Salgado, Marta: 161 Salgado, Sandra: 71, 121 Salitsky, Salmon. Deborah: 57. 97. 123, Howard: 60, 169 Robles. David: 160 Robles. Elsa: 168 Robles, Jose: 176 Robles, Peter: 129, 160 RODEO: 26, 27 Rodriguez. Abelardo: 151 Rodriguez. Abraham: 160 Rodriguez. Anthony: 160 Rodriguez, Brenda: 176 Rodriguez. Carol: 160 Rodriguez. Carol Y.: 160 Rodriguez. Elizabeth: 82, 176 Rodriguez, Elizabeth M.: 151 Rodriguez, Frank: 168 Rodriguez, Gabriel: 133. 168 Rodriguez. George: 94, 127. 129, 160 Rodriguez, Guadalupe: 151 Rodriguez. Jerry: 151 Rodriguez. Joseph: 106. 168 Rodriguez, Jose: 151 Rodriguez. Laura: 151 Rodriguez. Lionel: 160 Rodriguez, Lisa: 151 Rodriguez, Lupita: 176 Rodriguez. Melva: 151 Rodriguez. Pablo: 92. 95. 151 Rodriguez. Rodriguez, Rodriguez. Rodriguez, Rodriguez. Patricia: 168 Richard: 168 Romelia: 151 Sandra: 160 Sylvia: 121, 160 Rodriguez, Terry: 160 Rogers. Ke ith: 160 Rogers. Thomas: 133, 168 Roias, Reg ina: 26.27, 121,170, 176 Roias, Thomas: 151 Romero, Cathy: 115. 127, 160 Romero. Connie: 176 Romero. Josie: 151 Romero, Lia: 151 Romero, Maria: 115, 127 Romero. Ri ta: 151 Romero. Rosemary: 160 Romo. Antoinette: 160 Romo, Ernest: 168 Romo, Rosemary: 176 Ronstadt. Jeffrey: 168 Rosado, Wendy: 160 Rosas, Diane: 123. 160 Ross. Charles: 160 Ross, Terrence: 110. 151 Role, Kirk: 176 Row. Ms. Wendy: 68 Rubalcaba, Berlinda: 151 Rubalcaba. Sylvia: 176 Rubi. Frederick, 176 Rubi. Richard: 168 Rubio. Ernesto: 106. 176 Rubin. Winne: 138 Rue, Alice: 168 Rue. Debbie: 176 Salmon, Julia: 161 Salvdo. Johnny: 71 Salzar, Mrs. Jeanne: 53 Samaniego. Luis: 161 Samorano, Dina: 121. 127, 169 Samorano, Henry: 161 Samorano. Ruby: 161 Sanchez, Anthony: 161 Sanchez, Carlos: 161 Sanchez. Cecilia: 70 Sanchez. Celestino: 151 Sanchez. Debra: 151 Sanchez, Ernest: 151 Sanchez, Fernando: 169 Sanchez. Lupita: 151 Sanchez, Magda: 169 Sanchez. Mike: 124 Sanchez, Olga: 71 Sanchez, Patricia: 151 Sanchez. Priscilla: 151 Sanchez, Roman: 151 Sanchez, Virginia: 161 Sanchez, Virginia: 152 Santa Cruz, Mark: 169 Santa Cruz. Mrs. Rafaela: 87 Sardinia. Sandra: 152 Saulley, Anna: 152 Schachart, Ronald: 98 Schreider, Amy: 97 Schnieder. Sally: 97 Schwam. Mrs. Lorel: 55. 89 Schwam. Mrs. Sue: 64 Schneiker, Mary: 169 Schroeck, Tina: 152 SCIENCE: 58, 59 Scott, Amy: 93, 136. 161 SCUBA CLUB: 91 Segura. Angela: 121,161 Segura. Oscar: 116, 161 Selby, Mrs. Doris: 64 SENIORS: 170 Serrano, Jesus: 152 Severn, Mark: 152 Severy, Jani: 72 Seward, Kathy: 152 Shainline, Mrs. Ellen: 49. 53 Shairer, Kevin: B2 Sharpe. Colin: 77, 169 Shiplett. Mark: 71 Shirley. Mrs. Dorothy: 60 Sierra, Maria: 152 SIGN LANGUAGE CLUB: 90 Silva, Raul: 87 Silva, Ricardo: 169 Silva. Sandra: 161 Silva. Veronica: 87, 152 Silverman, Lee: 77 Simaan, Sarah: 95, 169 Siqueiros, Maria: 161 Siquerios, Marcella: 152 Siquerios, Amalia: 169 Radtke, Christopher: 25. 36, 38, 42, 77, 78, 106, 176 Ruiz, Ana: 160 Ruiz, Andy: 168 Ruiz, Cecilia: 94, 168 Ruiz. Dolores: 160 Ruiz, Felipe: 106. 124. 168 Sitter, Lorie: 169 Skalaba, Florence: 152 SKI CLUB: 93 Skinner, Sheila: 119 136.154,161 Small, Mike: 98 Smith. Bruce: 161 Smith. Dina: 89, 123,169 Smith. Mr Harry: 48. 140 Smith. Kelly' 161 Treat. Carole: 91, 93, 136. 169 TRENDS: 16.17 Trimble, Brandley: 152 Trinidad. Gerardo: 152 Trinidad. Rudolio: 169 Mr William 68.70 Smith. Stephen: 99, 152 Smith, Troy: 169 Smith, Vincent: 161 SOCIAL STUDIES: 60.61 SOFTBALL: 135 Solis. Sergio: 106. 162.169 Sonenblick. Bennett: 152 Sonenblick. Beth: 22, 93, 140, 161 SONGLEADERS: 120 SOPHOMORES: 154 TROUBADORS: 78 Trujillo. Trujillo. Trujillo. Trujillo. Trujillo. Trujillo. Christine: 25.42, 119, Dennis: 169 Jamie: 116.161 Rosemary: 161 Stephanie: 152 Vincent: 152 TUCSONENSES: 87 TUCSONIAN' 103 Turner. 170, 177 Soto, Evelyn: 169 Soto, Frank: 124. 161 Soto. Jaime' 169 Soto. Joseph: 152 Soto, Mary Lou: 161 Soto, Richard: 161 Soto. Suzanne: 123 SPECIAL EVENTS: 28, 29 SPECIAL HONORS: 42. 43 SPECIAL PROGRAMS: 72. 73 SPIRIT: 18,19 SPORTS DIVISION' 104. 105 STAGEHANDS: 85 Stamps, Lana: 153 Steele. Mr. Charles: 64 Stephens. Bethany: 70. 121, 169 U Urbano. Armando: 152 Urbano. Raul: 177 Urias. Monica: 177 Uriquez. Danny: 124 Urquides, Manny: 169 Urquides, Teresa: 161 V Stern, Kenneth: 169 Stevens. Martin: 110. 152 Stocker, Frank: 110, 152 Stokes, Daniel: 82. 169 Stoll, Bridget: 77, 91 Valdez. Alma: 89, 152 Valdez, Angela: 70. 169 Valdez. Christina: 177 Valdez. Valdez. Felix:106,177 Maria: 70. 123, 177 Valdivia. Mario: 161 Vaughn. Stoll. Mary: 91, 161 Stra. Victor: 152 Strand. Karlyn: 77, 78. 91, 92, 93, Strassner, Antonietta: 121. 169 Strayer. Mrs. Judith: 64. 82 Strebing, Jeffrey: 161 STUDENT GOVERNMENT: 40, 41 STUDENT LIFE DIVISION: 14,15 Suarez. Doreen: 152 Svenson. Elena: 152 Sweeney. Mrs. Katherine: 48 Sweeting, Martin: 161 Sweet, Lisa' 86, 169 SWIMMING: 136. 137 Sylliaasen. David: 169 Szakal, Frank: 152 Szakal, Rhonda: 77, 169 T Tadeo, Patrick: 152 Tadeo, Dierson: 82, 129. 161 Tadeo, Patrick: 140 Tadeo, Paul: 140, 169 Tadeo, Peter: 82. 177 Tamayo, Virginia: 70, 162, 169 Tamplin. LeRoy: 110,117,148 Tapia, Ralph: 152 Tatom. Sheryl: 92. 169 Tatum, Frank: 152 Tau, Kim: 82 Tautimer. George: 140 Tautimer, Maria: 169 Tautimer. Ramon: 66. 92. 177 Taylor. Charles: 161 Taylor, Ms. Deanna: 51, 90 102.138 Valdez, Mercy: 152 Valdez, Michael: 169 Valdivia, Mario: 161 Valencia. Carlos: 169 Valencia. John: 177 Valencia, Norma: 161 Valencia. Patricia: 177 Valencia, Xavier: 140 Valenzuela, Christina: 161 Valenzuela. Diego: 89,161 Valenzuela. Gloria: 169 Valenzuela, Gloria: 169 Valenzuela. Isabel: 152 Valenzuela. Luis: 84. 87, 177 Valenzuela, Mercedes: 177 Valenzuela. Olivia: 34, 35, 39, 42, 95, 97, 103. 177. 192 Valenzuela. Steven' 152 Valenzuela. Tommy: 152 Valenzuela. Vincent: 152 Vanatta, William: 169 Vanauken, Carrie: 161 Vanauken, Michael: 177 Van De Voorde. Andrew: 177 Vann. John: 117,161 Vanoosterhout, Karen: 25. 34, 39. 42, 136. 177 VBYGIGS. Gerard: 95. 152 Varages. Ronald: 152 Varelas. Varg as. Vargas. Vargas. Joseph: 169 Billy: 70 Elizabeth: 152 Frank: 161 Vargas, Thomas: 177 I . Vasque Vasque . Mail. 161 Olelia: 152 z. Vaughn, Anntoinette: 152 Gregory: 19, 177 Taylor. Mrs. Janet: 68 Telford. Debbie: 177 Tellez, Ana: 161 Tellez, Arnold: 152 Tellez, Charlene: 152 Tellez, Martin: 161 Tellez. Ruben: 169 Tellman, Carol: 82. 161 Tellman, Edwin: 82. 101, 152 TENNIS: 138, 139 TERPSI: 86 Terrazas. Ratelz 82. 152 Teska. Jennifer: 169 Thierman, Mars: 32, 33, 93, 103, 177, 192 Thomas. Debbie: 161 Thomas, Mr. Robert: 38, 101 Thompson, Debbie: 82. 152 Thompson, Ken: 98 Thompson, Mike: 177 Thompson, Vicky: 161 Tift, William: 177 Tims, Stacey: 161 Tindell. Rosemary: 140 Tineo, Maria: 77 Tinsley. Linda: 161 Todd, Mr. Charles: 64 Tomlinson, Todd: 106 Tona, Dora: 70, 169 TOP TWENTY: 32. 33. 34. 35. 36, 37 Torres. Anna: 177 Torres, Esther: 169 Torres. Leonardo: 169 TRACK: 128. 129 TRACK B: 131 GIRLS TRACK: 130 Vazquez. Leopoldo: 152 Vega. Ernest: 169 Vega, Mary: 152 Veizicano. Maria: 123 Veizicaino. Rosemary: 123 Velasco, Corrina: 152 Velasquez, Martin: 152 Velde, James: 116, 161 Velde, John: 177 Veramontes, David: 161 Verbout. Rose: 136, 152 Verdugo, Guillermo: 177 Verdugo, Naomi: 161 Verdugo. Roberto: 110, 129, 152 Vidal. Leach: 152 Villa, Jose: 82, 152 Villalobos. Geraldine: 77. 86. 121, 169 Villanueva, Miguel: 162 Villegas, Maria: 70. 71, 94, 130, 169 Villegas. Martin: 25. 177 Villegas. Robert: 161 Villegas, Sandra: 161 Ving, Susan: 123, 161 Vizcaino, Maria: 169 Vizcaino, Rosemary: 161 VOLLEYBALL: 127 Vuillemin, Joseph: 91, 110, 140 Vuillemin, Merial: 91, 92. 115. 169 W Wagner, Cathy: 62. 77. 82, 123, 177 Wagner. Deana: 82, 99, 161 77. 78, 93. Wagner, Mr. Stanley: 53 Waggner, Janette: 89. 169 Waggoner. Wayne: 177 Waide. Cezanne: 80 Waite, Constance: 77.93, 164. 169 Waite. Susan: 91 Waites. Ann: 177 Wald-Hopkins. Mrs. Christine: 53 Walker, Marcia. 71.89. 123, 177 Wallace, Matthew: 22, 91. 169 Waller, Craig: 36, 37, 62. 177 Wandrey, Mr, James: 57, 110, 136. 137 Warr, Winston: 26, 27, 112, 177 Ward, Jean: 92, 169 Warren, Alpha' 89, 169 Warren. Glen: 72 Warren, Michelle: 89. 161 Washington. Alicia: 161 Washington, Dennis: 117 Washington, Michael: 106, 169 Wayman, Denise: 89, 177 Wedig, Daphne: 103, 177, 192 Wedlg, John: 110 Weekly, Aaron: 169 Welck. Bari: 34, 42. 62, 103. 177, 192 Welck, Kori: 136,161 Welch. Mr. William: 66.67.91 Wentz, Carmen: 123 West, Kim: 70, 77, 169 West. Marjorie: 161 Westfall. Donna: 72 Wettstein, Lisa: 93. 138. 161 Wexler, Nancy: 91 Weyman, Steve: 17 Wharton, Karin: 92 Wharton. Sandra: 77, 92, 169 White. Amanda: 103. 121, 169, 192 White. Mr. Joel: 60 Wiggins. Mrs. Barbara: 139 Wiley, Joe: 98 Wiley, Walter: 161 Wilwhite. Vernon: 177 Wilkinson, Sheryl: 177 Williams. Charles: 177 Williams, James: 161 Williams, Laura: 55, 82, 89 Williams, Mary: 161 Williams, Peter: 77 Williams, Rosalinda: 169 Williams, Tedene: 161 Williamson, Charlotte: 89, 115 Williamson, Mike: 129 Wilson, Debra: 89. 161 Wilson. Deheva: 89, 169 Wilson, Frank: 162,169 Wilson, George: 77, 161 Wilson, Mr. Lawerence: Wimberly. Dina: 177 Wimberly. Frank Jr.: 169 Winters, Lisa: 177 Wolle, Kimberly: 169 Wolfe, Mr. William: 51 Womack, Alex: 106. 169 Woods, Tad: 77 Woods. Winton III: 161 Wong. Ms. Tiny Mae: 57 Woodward, Ms. Dorthi: 46 WORK PROGRAMS: 70, 71 WRESTLING: 124, 125 Wuerschmidt. Mrs. Elaine: 53 Y Yanez, Vincent: 177 Yarbrough, Cherry: 161 Ybarra. Ernesto: 161 Ybarra. Manuel: 177 Ybarra. Particia: 161 Ybarra, Rene: 161 Ybave, Mary: 169 Young, Abigail: 169 Yrigolla, Veronica: 161 Yslas, Julie: 119,161 Z Zabala, Jett: 71. 169 Zamorano. Raquel: 177 Zavala, Christine: 119, 169 Zazueta. John: 169 Zeman, Patricia: 169 Zimmerman, April: 161 Zukoski. Ann: 97 18 8 From many events one experience. THS students were affected by local and world-wide events. Californian Howard Jarvis initiated a tax revolt which spread across the nation. Pope John Paul l, successor to Pope Paul VII, died after 34 days and was uickl succeeded b John Paul ll Q Y Y - J A TUSD teacher strike occurred when teachers and school board members reached an impasse. l As San Diego was recovering from the worst crash in U.S. aviation history, a Davis-Monthan jet crashed in the l university area not far from THS. y Many students took part in campaigns for the November election in which Babbit remained governor. l Jim Jones led over 900 of his People's Temple followers to mass suicide after members killed U.S. l Congressman Ryan. Carter recognized the communist government in China, affecting U.S. relations with Taiwan. Record-breaking rains caused flo-oding, resulting in parts of the state being declared National Disaster areas. As the year progressed, students adjusted to or remained ignorant of a changing world. l 1 6 l THF -4. .8 " ?f"'.:..".'Z v, Qt 3? mi vf V. ' Z? 52:5 Q 2 tg: 2 X 3. . , fy "t 4 Q., V , if , W ,I ,. A, 5 xv, , . . ,, , , gf, , Hw.,x.,!.x- .-.e. ,r H x-. .3 V fx, "' x 1 Q -fm' vw ,.,xL .w:T,'1 f Q w .v"fA' 7' H Q - 1' ' 1, ksvr ' 1 . -iv I 'L , 1 r Mx - . N' . . e ""'f?.-"' .H. 4, 1 ' x ,- a fi we ', - 1. J 'fuk . gx,,v.1 .vw 4 - 2 . Yygx , . ,Q ,N L ' 2 f,.V,,,g 4 L ."?e..f5'f L5 1 v Q Q 'I " ,k , f ,. xy, ,sk - K an N 'L 55: , ' 4 4, f f Q A , N , H ur.. ix - is su- Q' x X ,M fix ,,, A ,V K, sn, M' Q- 4- "',', '. wi l:-jQ',f1 .M ix A wgw V +.v1f.1'433,A -fm 'W I , ..,,4.," ,jqpvf g' xv, - ' , - ,- - ,yt 1-.558 ,1 r' 1 .V Aga: "' - , N ' ' M - w t., -K ff - 5 ,,. ,tx ?r'9-4 4. , .f ..',,' ' - ' . qu- ., . ,., J-. ,gr '-.. ,A-'Rig A-hxaafx M K-1 0 1 87 T 188 sv" I U x xx' s X x , . 'ii I 189 0 5 M Y, N N . -pi 1 Events which left students with lasting impressions began with the first football game and ended with graduation. For interested students the months in-between were filled with try-outs, club meetings and sports activities. To the disinterested students the in-between months represented routine. Their very lack of interest made their high school careers what they were: boring, useless or simply unimportant. Students placed different values on each event depending on what most directly involved them. Some students centered their activities around school, others found outside interests, while still others moved in both spheres. At THS students encountered new problems. The majority of students learned what racial prejudice and what the extremes of poverty and wealth were all about. All faced the problems coming with growing up and making their own decisions. Some had to adapt to the newness of high school, while others faced problems relating to their impending graduation. The year and all it brought was neither all good nor all bad, but through it students experienced high school at THS. ,i-.lisa ---Acknowled EDITOR-In-CHIEF: CURRICULUM: ANNE JOHNSON BARI WEICK I 26 ASSOCIATE EDITOR: SCOTT MEYER .1 MARIA MORLACCI SPORTS: 5 l 5? L OPENING: ERIC FINICAL -Ov LORETTA CHACON SCOTT EATON STUDENT LIFE: JULIE BARBER 4 LEN CASEBIER CLASSES: H XAVIER GARCIA AMY DAVIDSON Q HONORS: DAPHNE WEDIG OLIVIA VALENZUELA AMANDA WHITE ----' LISA FREEDMAN INDEX: ' ACTIVITIES: FRANCES GALVAN LINDA ALTENHOF PHOTOGRAPHER: H MARS THEIRMAN CECILIA MENDOZA I CHERYL BARNES ADVISOR: . KATHLEEN SAGE . ' S 0 Our thanks and much more to Ms. Opal t Moore for her painstaking care with our photography and to her students Kari Strand and Sarah Simaan. 0 Special gratitude to Gerald Halfmann and to his students Robin Bradley, Mawin ment La, dui Deuser and Sue Gordy. 0 Our appreciation to George Hoffman, Robin Gilmour, and Mark Hilman for their help in drawing up our graphics. Special thanks to: 0 Don Shetsko and the Newbook ll for the use of the jet crash photo and to Oscar Garcia for his drama pictures. 0 Steve Brown for his help in photography and to Richard Porter and David Brooks for their time and interest in the Tucsonian. 0 Our appreciation to the National School Studios for their underclass pictures and to Ray Manley for their Senior portraits. 0 Thanks to Henington Publishing Company for the special care they took with the Tucsonian. 192 11 , .. x lcv-' xg.-QLQA 5' A 1 -ef -. . : --,C ,. - ,, ,N H 5 W N M ' . 41 sie-,wtf 1' f 1' pea :ei ,549-qgpcnhht li rv L-


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