University High School - Spirit Yearbook (Waco, TX)

 - Class of 1971

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K-x irit 1911 L L ,.-f"' is KJ- X ,dwg Q69 'AN Wx, Q.: we , vain, 5. wx .em rw, A ,Z1LQ7.i?. , ' vu if-wJ'm..' ' ' '94 'JN a-5 Q . mi gi V , .4 .V 0 A 1. U my v 5 3' Q' A v v0""" 2 Comaraderie, espirit de corps, Loyalty to all, a spirit united. Fiercely demanded cmd fiercely accomplished, All it required and the best is given, And all is rewarded with the immaterial The attainment of unity from the strength at all 5,157 A 'Q X ' me Q ' '. .ar-.xg-1 C Q . 45 :Mm.Px ff ,Q ge -'W ?,,,.,M,. The state ot mind remains capricious, Whimsically, magically, changing its ways, The happiest dropping to deep reverie, Or pondering problems or philosophizing, Or admiring silently, thoughtfully, earnestly. Yet always short-lived and soon washed away With brighter thoughts and new ideas ot hope. ggi I ,, ' ,Z vw Tomorrow is but a stone's throw from Today f Yet lies eternally in darkness from mankind, Where none can ever see or tell his fate, Bur, for each man a light is found, The ray of hope and plans. To lead each on his onward way in finding his own bright path To the sun. , i,Q,'57li41Qiv'1f5QfQv R ii 4 ii e gg Hu F , P . - .ie , , wJ K yd kin A ': , 11 it ,i 7 A , if i'5 ' Y '-',. ii ,--" ,FW M rl l , ' A e in l We-+,,iii: ,ff r ff JQ i iiiiiiiii 3, . 1 has Q. Ag R W, ,,A1. ,K ww: q - nh 9,5 -:5 1 Q Wa. bf , Am xii' 2 mf , , N. , ff'-livav. 1s?K?iw'iw' 'X x 'WWW 159. - N, VX QRS? ,x ga x ' XZ X w 5. Wig J WF ' xgffx Q Y ? ,. 1,34 L xg I f sf! ,ji J W gf ky J i 1 A 4.4 9 I ' 'LF 5-9' y xn MH .N Mm 1 is ,Q - g Youth seeks new paths Of learning, of creating, of. doing, From ignorance, wisdom is sought, From clumsiness, skill is acquired, From ideas, a thought is created, Developing, blooming into worthiness That which had so dormanfly lain. 4 l l. -E L . i K 1 c 10 1' WW, M SWR s- 5 'la ffm- f ,, 1 wr 'N 'N ' K' 4' ' V f- :Yk .' 'M-51: 1, Q LAS-g,T M343 1. M .K A Q V , 1 I wwf nu. - W'-W--'M . "' - 'O - .s- V . A .Q Q.. mx- -W M W , W'P6'v'w hi- -, im K MMA- ' -- ' W -'. ' 6 -W A .. q if N -. . . - - s s v M FQ... N ""' -ws. L5 ' Xt' "L" A W' 'S S ,Q 1 Y .-., f,-,A .7 'EAW :NL A 1 as W v -:N .N Nw- ' ff- ' --N - ' gr- F5 ' - 11.4 A ". "Tf ff.""K' "Isl," 's--f.:.,-F-xv "'-31'-' 'fp 1. :Qu-'I AE: 'L - .- fs.. 1.2 w+'-if-2'4w.. uL,..-W Race... -qu. 1. ' 'M' '11 Xi wg., in -s. W sf' N '- , 6. 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' '- ' , I ,: ,xg ,, - . ,- , , - was , if A Q 5 'Q ' -ig: tm 13598 Q.: "" 'msg' ,, .M qt, - --...-:L-5-M . 'H SQ N ' Q has My ' X, ,M is Y ,A,f1E'L, ,Q-n ' --an 4 A.-,w,Vhg,,,4' ','1sv:"f-ng-" Q: N ' "m lf.,-,K fkwgi' ,mj 34 1 , : qqpvf' -ii l ' up nf ,sa-- ,.,,-,, , V ' A 7' ' ,W W su A ' Hg 'N I 0-QW A.-it T . Ag,-3 Q 1 'aww M an t 1, O . , an sa. fr A kk - ? fin ,MMV "sm-Q.. U 2 Qi.....-...4 3, - 2,1 -'H' 'Q -f -, -Q.-1. r J.-g 4 l J' fdff 'an' Q." ,M A + 'X ."4' K' A I it a. .Q-Q, L ' we 9-or .. . '-. ',,, '-jg:,1",.g,, ' ,Q-J -, '75 . lk ff' '4"', ' ug .,.- L lp. " " 1 4555 if fg 'K .,"! .f. , ,Q 53? . 'L , la iz 'G i 61 Q J-,L afe is y se- Ira. V: . ...TK E 71. . .f Us ,La 'Bb i Aii. 5 ' :ez -.1 ,-1' ff 4, NH, Q ...... kg .Mm 632' f il. f intangible memories Remember the best pep rolly of the yeor, the one thot nobody come to becouse of the roin? Remember the Soul Morch with ull of its blistered feet ond sore muscles? And remember the toces, best of oll? X'-r x 525 xr . J yi kin p 4 ,E ...Lk of ,,,, . -Srgst-5-5 ,Q V . it aw S If F-X ki ts R so X hx mi .ssss 1 jg, pn 'Y' gb? --:. .,"' ' 5 j? Y S my I- 1: 'Ugg 11,5 wwf ,Ji 'WQJWIN' as W YW X 5 5 H , 17 lx school begins with traditional activities Trying to find room O04 on the bottom floor when it's not even in the building .. .getting up at 7 a.m. to practice for cheerleaders and Highlighters . . . learning which teachers to bug and which to sculk pass in the hall . . . staying home to study when you Could be swimming . . . this is typical of the beginning of school. 18 g O f 15 ,gy-my gy 1 5-w g .ff af t' rl,. r V Q i t . 15 L , W- 2-iii", A Wi. J 4. N V QQ! V 13 'LY' iQ"k M , S 14 5--T--1---r-e wg,-+f...,,........ L.,.Mi-- 7... Wwg.. .L '.. 5..,ae.,..?,.,..,,K WM-Mug-. . , .. fm --,j.., ,,.,- ' ' ,, ., ,7,W-,.,,l,.MW - ,N,,,.,.,' ,....4....,-..,,.u,.L. W , 4 i L--f..k-QQ-T---.,,,..,....r.,.-... .. ...i ..,,W..,,,,f.M,,.,i.,., f"'f'fI""ff""'W"ll .. . L L... g....4nb 1' L..--, Elizabeth Reeves and Natalie Walker lfar leltl wonder when GAA initiation will end. Lisa Rickets appears unenthused about having another year of going to school, Dawn Granger demonstrates Troian spirit to sophomores llower midcllel, With the coming of fall, various groups and organizations, including Highlighters, begin to reorganize ltop lefti. Mrs. Orr leads the fight song at the sophomore orientation faloovej, 1 'I 9 The band ibelowl plays their own music to march by. Each year The Highlighters lbelow leftj march in the H.O.T. Fair Parade. Mascot Kelly Lewis llettl wonders about cheering students at a pep rally, GAA pledge Connie Moss fopposite topj gleefully accepts her pacifi- er from Sylvia Jones. Trojans fapposite bottomj display their spirit at Homecoming by entering the car decoration contest. S A s yyy s yy . ,f , i,,,. ., VKAL Xie.: xr K xi- M' '-ff, 5 MR E 3 'St l iiii gig l -H-vsaskss cc, 'Ns' 1 0,1 ww W , WM Y i it 91:1 W5 ' , - . ., ,M--i l. 1, fir, A-,iiflw .ii X spirit developed through routines Faces become familiar and names are learned as the days turn into weeks and the latter into months. Smiles come easier as confidence is won by the sophomores and other new students. The teachers loosen their firm hand and rules and mellow to the pranks of their class "devils". As the daily drud- gery of homework becomes a natural part of high school, sophomores some- times long 'ro return to iunior high. However, iuniors anticipate the arrival of their senior year and seniors remorse about graduating. f-rv it ---fu f ai.. l so lit .,.w-42" l4iC,lK 21 agony ends in ecstasy for queen October 13th made it's mark onthe se- niors ot UHS. The last homecoming tor the "Sun to Sun Seniors" was presented with true Trojan spirit. Ten- sion increased each day, for who knew what lucky girl would be crowned "Homecoming Queen i97O." The susf pense ended as Carol Wenzel was crowned during halftime ceremonies ot the Richfield-University annual clash. Homecoming ended with a dance sponsored by the Student Council, with Heather Black performing. 22 ' .zz 'veaffggfy f f 431' f ffff gs' if ""'Qf 355 ' "X 'E E ' 3- . " X K L W' 4 . ss, ,, , if-A 'k"f ,V V if ts s 1 v 2 ss 2 3 , , 2 5 s A ' A ' 3 Ili f Q ke? sri Q F I :Mi , ,, X T 'ls 'Wi 4-9 G21 ff s f Nominees are: Cathy Cook, Jeanne Goolesbee, Cathy Murphy, Francis Guerra, Carol Wenzel, Banni Hamilton, Judy Clemmons, Sue Ford, Diane Kilgore, Melinda Curnutt, Carla Graham, Yolanda Hernandez, Susan Todd, Belinda Dos- sett, and Dawn Granger. Bill Carroll speculates on the Richfield game. The tive finalists were: Carol Wenzel, Francis Guerra, Dawn Granger, Sue Ford, and Melinda Curnutt. Carol WenzeI's amazement is evident as the result of the votes become known. 23 kQ,,,- Q1 y,,,... V' ff ,,, ',, 4 if 9 SWG yQ..+ ,A 3 ,, is -...s .... ti i l it holiday activities spark spirit, cheer "Chestnuts roasting on an open tire Jack Frost nipping at your nose, Tiny tots with their eyes all aglow. . ." All these minor things put together make the holiday spirit. This is the time of year when people take time out from their year-in-year-out rush to get to know and understand others. With the last at the year, comes the sadness of reminiscence and the hope lor an even better and richer year ahead. Representative, Charles Segrest, iopposite upper lefti sets out to deliver a Thanksgiving basket to a needy family, As Pan-American members Kop- posite below leftj look on, this small boy makes it evident that he is more concerned about his package than all the attention he is getting. A member af the choir lopposite abovel gives up a little of her own time to make someone else a lot happier. Senior Audrey Kitchens lopposite below rightj must have decided that she had more tun being "a kid at heart." Sophomore, Darlene Ivy, fabove lefty seems to want everyone to know that she's got the Christmas spirit. Mrs. Speed and Debbie Buelow, iletti a member ot the Art Club, decided to change the look at the Christmas tree this year. Two beaming believers fabovel prepare to let Santa in on their Christmas wishes. 25 uf t A X aw , , it :ig f : A 'iff 'W 2 5 sophomore favorites Every year, in February or March, the Spirit staff sponsors the Favorites and Best All Round Presentation. This year, the presentation was held during a school assembly. Winners for Sopho- more Favorites were: lil Claudia Horner and Larry Green, C25 Mary Jo Rodriquez and Richard Arellano, and C35 Charlotte Goolsbee and Bruce Smith. The winning couple was Larry Green and Claudia Horner lopposite Iettl with runners up Mary Jo Rodriquez and Richard Arrelano lleftl, and Charlotte Goolsbee and Bruce Smith fcenterl. 27 junior favorites Much work and preparation goes into the staging ot the presentation. There are scripts to be written and altera- tions made until the peak ot perfection is reached. Cathy Moore was in charge of the script committee this year and Joel Smith was narrator. The Junior Favorites were ll Judy Abel and Gary Milam lcenterl, 25 Jeanne Pritchard and Bill Matyastik lopposite rightl, and l3J Bianco Duron and Bill Carroll Crighil. k 4 ' mg- ,vw MA, 5 b WR Q Q Q 4 ,gr QE we if ,.,:., ,,,,,, f 4 - we - 15,527 5 I I x -2 , ig v, " .. M P 5 S 'L .-Q " 3 ' . 2 5 ' M , mf Mi , ' ' ,,. , A , K. ,g M, I ., , WT, , . A , V - ps ,,ffg?i!+1 ,, , . . I K , , , , K, A I - ., ' -'f'Q - " ' ' , nf,'f'a , V .J " L 'w- , .. ' ., ' "" ' ,M V ' . ' W ' " Q Ak A 1 S I D Mwnm Jw, 2 v fi1I"" ' N , ' ' .. . gf wg , ' ., ' 'M' fm, 1I' :K?' " 29 5 K ,, K J' JK. i A 'gy Vg I r1:-,, ,ge senior favorites The decorations always play an impor- tant part in carrying out The theme. This year, the theme was spring and Mrs, Speed and the art department were in charge. The Senior class nomi- nated as their favorites: KU Carol Wenzel and Ricky Sharp, C23 Bonni Hamilton and Leonard Green, and C31 Yolanda Hernandez and Steve Greg- ory. The seniors chose Carol Wenzel and Ricky Sharp labovel as their favorite couple. Runners-up were Bonnie Hamilton and Leonard Green Cope posite topl, and Yolanda Hernandez and Steve Gregory lopposite bottomj. 30 "H X l 'K its wb . ,. X n E - H is '2 31 best all-around Along with closs fovorites, Best All- Around students were olso presented. These students ore nominoted ond voted on by the foculty. 32 if ft' B.. 10 iff li 1' .v"'Js"' x N ' 'X .. N Y. ee'- V 1 ' g .. At H if 'K 1 K . it L .-Q, ,V . W' K if. X il as ,Ng M-' FX' fy 3 I r as s rr X 3-rr.: 5? 'X The Best All-Around winners were Melinda Cur- nuif and Leonard Green fopposite lefty. Runners- up were Carol Wenzel and Paul Kluge faboveb and Carla Graham and Louis Rendon Ccenterb. Q s Q 'fm ...- 'Nw 33 an. . .M ,N Don Elliot and Sharon Weeks ltop lettl share that "look ot love" during Valentines. From the maior factor ot love to the minor factors ot candy and cards at Valentines, this small young- ster Ctop rightj enjoys preparing his Valentine box. Larry Green's lbattomj title of Mr. Cupid brought Thoughts of love to the young and old alike. Steve Gregory and Richard Valdez 34 Icenteri seem to be having an amusing time choosing just the right box of candy for their secret gals, February does not lust mean love, Cathy Cook, Tana Lawson, and Patsy Tyrone foppasite battomb enioy a game of basketball during noontime recreation. Many of the students iopposite topi enioy singing and laughing at Young Life every Thursday night. ' l I - -4. , .t,. Vr,: -an I Q X ,fe avg. 2 P' I --...Z i , 1 1 501, ,ya -sl new ideas, changes During the month of February, Valen- tines seems to overrule. Many people are experiencing their first love, while others are celebrating their many years ot love. New ideas and changes are occurring in more fields than one. For the first time this year University has presented a Mr. Cupid, whereas before, there has been a Spring Fes- tival Queen. Also this year a noontime recreation was sponsored by Mrs. Prause and Mrs. Hinton. The girls and boys formed their own basketball teams and competed against each other. Another activity which com- menced this year was Young Life. Each Thursday night groups ot students congregated at one student's home for the meetings. 'V ..... . if s ff fx fc -fi , 4 J' ,fig gs if V as ,ri 35 MQ u -qgqnunnrniw James Sowders and Jean King, as well as Theresa Collier and Gary Guderian lrightj show their enthusiasm for the Sadie Hawkins tradi- tion. Pam Katner and Gary Lakey lbelowj were voted best-dressed-couple. Larry Leshikar and Patricia Bottoms lbelow rightl seem to be inte- rested in what's happening on the dance floor. Not everyone fcenterl went to Sadie Hawkins to dance, some iust preferred to go and have a good time listening. A member iopposite leltj of the band plays, while looking forward to C1 much needed break. Gary Storer and Sandra Collier, and Mary Pirelo and Richard Valdez lapposite topl patiently wait for some action to begin. Hilda Montelongo and Paul Galindo lopposite rightl decide that this bale ot hay is softer than the gym floor where Claudia Horner and Cecil Edwards are sitting. 36 ,w ,wa ,,+ ,W '- H 'y,g:- -N4 .. gwywwimswwgw fwii , ,,,g:..1i:i-L T-iw f Q: V ,--, iw, ,ml k - 1 f-vw, :iii 1- ,. I f1Mf4:,ivg+- x . Q - Q N9 ggasw 'Wigs 1 -11 if 'ix :GEM I Qxiw -f fmk . -f R ,,,,h , ,n X H K Q f 1 if x 3 5 Mig KM Y, A T 55258 - 'ag -YSQ WQQ 5w W . Q .VN sw . -m xx ffm n Ev , Wax A i.. ir ,ii ' QE ' .Q 0,41 ,,,,, , fw' -,Km,,. -fins W ' 3 ....,x - .--f.4.p- .4-:'4JW - -.. 5' . ffmxw .4-:qw Y" -i , ' :,,,A . M - f' x .1 ..hy f:?f J in mg' LM, wr- ci Patricia Bottoms lrightl does not seem to like the idea ot a future with Mark Batsan. This band, lbottomj composed of llelt to righti George Cortiz, Tony Gonzales, and Craig Denny, enter- tained students one day at lunch. Cheerleader candidates Cathleen Rivers, Cindy Smith, and Coral Vasquez fopposite rightj, lead cheers while students consider their votes. Fayla Newman, Patricia Bottoms, and Donald Temples lopposite bottoml were participating in the play put on by the drama department. Billy Furrer iopposite tar righti expressed the emotions felt by many when the return of the elections are known. sw? iiii ,, 38 ,-aint? spring opens new doors Spring always brings changes os well os the renewol of old traditions. So it is with school. Entertainment provided by 0 heretofore unknown bond ond ci closs ploy, is presented. Troditionol Student Council ond cheerleader elec- tions, but with new people, ottroct everyone's attention tor dwhile. is 39 5-nA 4-..w4.f.. K 1 r f r 1 1 Y outstanding citizens Every month two students ore elected os Citizens of the Month. Citizens of the Month ore nominoted by o speciol Student Council committee ond voted on by the entire Student Council. At the end of the yecir two students ore chosen os Citizens of the Yeor. Citizens of the Month ore: for September, Judy Abel cmd Leonard Green lcibovel, for October, Melindo Curnutt ond Jerry Merritt ltop rightjf for November, Buddy Dennord ond Corol Wenzel Crightlg for December, Sue Ford and Jerry Cohn lopposite top leftl, for Jonuury, Bonni Hamilton and Louis Rendon, Qopposite top rightl, for February, Jono Randle ond Alfred Gorcia Copposite bottom rightl. 40 yy K W . Sky -- K fy-J 'ki W 41 , ,,,Lk Q-warm xL': fr it - sf' as at 5,5 ,s , ew w f V 9 . V 5 . x if The Citizens of the Month were: for March, Dawn Granger and Mark Batson fbottam leftjy for April, Vanessa Tynes and Carl Hambrick Ctop rightjf and for May, Karen Kasmiroski and Blanton Haug ftop Ieftj, The Citizens of the Year were Melinda Curnutt and James Shoe- 42 V. :gin maker fcenterj. A few Copposite topl of the out- standing students from the various departments stand proudly as they wait for the rest of the students to be recognized. Mr. Alexander Cop' posite battomi prepares to present an award to an approaching VICA member. A 5 , N so gf W' sei: ix high, x f L Zi' ii if-,fs Q E. f Bn au! i it 99 i HU, , x 9 V 1 -1-' - 5 . X gi 1 ig , KX Q Wx 24? :f.sa. Q? .42 r in it as 2 H V 'f Q. , tt.. 9 F! g 6 if i m y xx A kkrk K2 ,Q ,fi iiii 1 :V 'ffm s, , inf .Q Q seniors recognized As The school ye-or drows to 0 close, There ore many lost minuTe octivities ond recognition of mony difficult cic- complishments. Besides The usuol cit- izens of The month, seniors ore honored for Their high school years GT Senior Recognition. Students ore recognized for being closs ossistonts, most representative of clubs, and most outstanding students from vorious deportmenTs. Citizens of The Yeor ore Cilsocinnounced. 43 is , " long awaited end approaches All seniors wait the whole year long tor senior events that climax gradua- tion from high school. Among these are senior recognition, playday, prom, and ot course, graduation itself. Ob- viously, the most informal of these is playclay. Right after senior recogni- tion, all the seniors are turned loose until alter lunch and then report to Lions Park for a tun-filled atternoon. There are seniors swimming, seniors playing putt-putt, seniors playing volleyball, seniors everywhere! Bring- ing the weekend to a close, is the Senior Prom on Saturday night. This year, from the moment you walked in the door, 'til the moment you walked out, you imagined that you were in the mystic land of India, All in all, these events made up a never to be tor- gotten weekend. Mr. Kenner Copposite top leftj shows lust how much he trusts the seniors by keeping a close watch on them. Mr. Conner lopposite bottom leftj seems to relax a little as he talks with a senior at playday. Ralph Getman loppasite top rightj is wondering when he is ever going to hit the water. All together, the evening lcen- teri proved to be o success as everyone was having a good time. While Bonni Hamilton and Sammy Sexton lbelowl study the fountain, Kirk Kinzback and his date get after it. Tickets lbottom righti were sold at the prom to rattle off the elephant. The winner was Lucy Felan. 45 graclucfion . . . And who would ever Think ThaT They would be crying aTTer Twelve long years of school had been completed . . . Years rich in laughter and Tears, hopes and disappoinTmenTs, successes and failures. Years when dreams have come True-or been shafterecl in The making. And yeT looking back, we Tind ThaT These years have been The besT years ol our whole lifetime. A Time of growing up and now sTopping To look back and saying, "These years were well worTh iT." H553 5259 MHL3 umifi J. K Q9 .w""A,, v ft . Wes" ""' Seniors fopposite top leftl express the typical feeling of wanting to reconsider graduation as they await their diplomas. "There's only one time around", lopposite bottom rightl "so you'd better get that tassel right this time," one senior tells another. Gloria Ashley Ctop leftl seems to be trying to convince herself that at last she does have it. Tommy Wede- meyer and Steve Gregory lbottom leftl seem to find each other equally funny. The top five percent were recognized at graduation, Cobovel. 47 .Z ', lk 1? if , --1 f' f ,tgp v . ,th 5. 4 5 g vfsijff I' H1 f Q :1 ,, .. uf x Xa! :wx Y changes T971 has been a time of change at University High School. There has been a progression of events dealing with the ratio of black to white teachers. As a result three black teachers ioined the faculty at midterm. The dress code has been relaxed in contrast to years past. For the first time the taboos of pants for girls and long hair for boys has been lifted, but some other things remain the same. This year, like every year, has had its triumphs and adversities. If triumphs prevail, the year has been worthwhile. Determine the extent of success for yourself. 50 l i. ,r l 4 ni T A t r ' ' ss M " ..-,,s.a. V '4' YN 156 -... . V. , 7.. I ' rs P ff' is A - L. sgzi-f'fP v ' A W U 5-u-If-I-W' ' i 94" eff"-4"-7+:...Qf1 ' ff- : l ,S i gf -. . .1 "a lf ' E X. 2 my , ' ii W mf .y gj X. A, 5? .2 e .iw vm We 'Ml"?Gl R 9+ 6 J If ! mg g gif ' LQ W L, A- if :if +41 - si i f "'?'? llPil - L . miflg i r . il 7 I 5' , " e'-2 i - I A N ' New teachers ioining The foculTy list cf Universi- ty ore Mrs. Augusto Randle, fmiddle topl, Mrs. Nell Williams lbotfom middlej, and Mr. Joseph Williams lobovel. .fi J: ,Qi W gli! , ,, 4 fi, if S FN- . fx , ,Iwi a 1 QW? QW ,Q M54 backbone of our school The school board has worked hard for the students ot Waco ISD. The members have tried to advance educa- tion so that we can better ourselves today forthe society of tomorrow. As has the school board, Mr. Pearson has changed some customs of Universi- ty tor the good. With wisdom, humor, and understanding, he has displayed his talents as a principal. Mr. Clifford Knape ltop lefti, Mr. Malcolm Duncan, imiddle topi, Mr. John Faulkner and Mr. Lyndon Olson imidclle leftj, Mr. J. E. Crews lbottom leftj, Mr. Avery Downing, lmiddle bottoml, and Mr. H. G. Pearson. isis? Q53 53 K -fi? 'iii K various groups unite students and faculty Three moin groups which help coor- dinote University High School's oc- tivities ore: the office workers, counselors, ond the P-TA, The office stoff ond counselors serve to keep students hoppy while the P-TA promotes ci heolthy otmosphere be- tween toculty ond parents. Open house provides on opportunity to oc- complish this. 54 Mrs. Louise Bulmohn QQ?" 1 Mrs. Ellen Chulkley f X I rt Mr. Irc Conner E ,Q :jd ' , lf ss p Q f-5 N - .. . 5 V ..., N kt Mrs. Lenoro Dixon , Mrs. Doris Dudley K .bl K g Mr. Joy McCullough , il - M ' L , Mrs. Dee Smith ft " '15 f ' 1 .Att Y p r g' - - k . -P -, , Y K gf K S is gf s 5 Af' Q f 1 grits fi, i i 5 ff S N 1 E-gn. rrrr v u vii Qfffl ' Wt s A ziseg,-tgL,i 'ff we Gt Ln f 4 ,, 5 -i : -Vi SU Il' , ' rf' ,, fr, D. f, 'V' e . M if--' ,..:1wf. e ' . MW,,M,.,, , k,L. ..,, ee..-W . ..., V.. ,. V, ..., s ,,,,, A .,75...4, .iy,f sp., , -y .,,,g, ,-.g,-, A. s . rg sy sz, ,gm .1 1 . ,.fe:yQiff,Q, rt, i 1 '.:1Ks,gw,.2, ,. ,Q its-,:L'.-mf x---.,t,:f, ,. K flex 4x Office workers Claudio Horner and Yolanda Hernandez Qfar leftj, assist students with their daily needs. Mrs. Smith iopposite abovej provides Miss Ccrkhuff with some much needed information. The P-TA officers were Mrs, Martin iupper leftj, Mrs. Terry Ccenter leftj, Mrs. Moss fcenterj, Mrs. Wienecke fcenter rightl, Mrs. Kluge ibottom Ieftl, and Mr. Pearson ibottom centerj, Mr. and Mrs. John Vcinston enioy a con- versation with Mrs. Mary Brown at P-TA open house. 55 working together The beauty and care of a school is de- termined by the staff that assumes the responsibility. With a friendly manner to all, the custodians, maids, and cooks keep our school clean and neat. Teachers in the special education department have brought out many fine qualities in their students. The per- formance achieved by these students lends pride, enioyment, and success to their lives. I - l J X. i tl b .l g V, I - I lg rj f . , f --:fffk ,, , EE 56 Q .. gi, .si W Custodians are: Mr. J. VV. Harper, Mr, Billy Campbell, and Mr. George Campbell iapposite topl Maids are: Mrs. Myrtle Cummings, Mrs. Rosie Blocker, Mrs. Lillie Harrison, Mrs. Vertie Collins, and Mrs. Lucy Sissnerio lopposite middlel. Cooks are: Mrs. Edna Cook, Mrs. Jo Ann Tipton, Mrs. Anna Bell Tallion, Mrs. Alice De Grate, Mrs. Delrna Rhodes, Mrs. Doris Brandon, Mrs, Lula Tyrone, ancl Mrs. Golricl Evans. lop- posite bottoml, Jeff Pearcy ltopl. The special education teachers are: Mr. Charles Burbank, Mrs, Catherine Petersen, Mrs. Janice Oliver, and Mrs, Patti McGee, lmiddlel. Mrs. Helen Bailey, Mrs, Ethel King, and Mrs. Margaret Hyman lbottoml. 57 Mr. Jerry Gunn V Mr. John Kenner , Mr. Walter Maegelin Mr. Joe Oliver Mrs. Joyce Rigby N. t X 2 Q , fi w,.,- , T X my Q 5 'P -5 sk ii ,ik X .f4X"" t ,F .. - G32 'T-'G L A 'E K . iff? ,S Q' figaf 'S ! rf S I J V 2 Q Q. .Q Ms, . l f, 2 ff' math and history require discipline The history department encourages students to see the situations in the worlal today as outgowths of failures and successes of our predesesors. Although UHS math scholars formulate no earth-shaking theories, they manage to learn the practical and ab- stract aspects of various number Theories. 58 of-A may 'svn W--'bit Aviva" Ruben Garcia lopposite leftl countenances un- certainty after receiving a corrected exam. The course in civics seems to strain Dale Goss's atten- tion span Copposite abovel. Elementary analysis for Carl Hambrick and John Malone Ccenterl means a problem in poker probability. Mr, Lat- timore Cleftl finds some proposed functions rather ludicrous. Mr. Keiffer assures Ricky Sharp lbelowl that Euclid was, in fact, correct, . , ci. ' J fi j Ei in f Mrs. Shirley Glockzin J . ,ve - . 2 '3 flg'l', fi' fi f g . f' Mrs. Jenna Baggett - W. I -- Mr. Henry Jennings Mr. Mac Lattimore 5' fc i llf lx - 43.4, Q I . nr Q language influences Through the teaching of literature, grammar, and writing technique, the English teachers endeavor to equip UHS students with better tools tor a true understanding ot our society. Expression ot one's feelings is perhaps more important today than even before, and it is the iob of the English department to improve this vital skill. The language department, composed of studies in German, Latin, and Spanish, provide interested pupils with knowledge in these subjects required of most college-bound stu- dents. t ya so wma rv .fri i SE , kg X . fs. 5, J S t its ...is is 5 3 use g if .v jg... 1.3 sv- if is it Q aa X is A wg, if z ,. it X 1 'xkxs in Mr. Jim Davis ' Mrs. Lenora Gates Miss Sallie Moncrief X1 it , X' .. ' 4. . s E ..t, if l ff ,wg et . 5 Q fl , ' s 1 as ,Xa 3 ,sf - .2 -N f . Y, ', s . K Mrs. Jane Pitkin X -' gt G9 v f K J J Lrg, c - I I R .4 S l l l F 3 as t 60 p .f . ci 3 NR 111,.. X gg , Mr. George Batson Mrs. An n Bradley -k Q ' Mrs. Arlen Rose rrrr i We fl 1 A i 592: X , 1 Q I . wi-'XX Mrs, Brown and Tim Vonston, lopposite leftj enioy the humorous side of Shaw's cynicism. Mr. Davis Copposite rightj, explains the complica- tions of syntax. Earl Torrence, Copposite aboveb, tries to unravel o serious problem through total detachment. Bill Matyostik and an unidentified girl, lleftl, exhibit different reactions to their language assignments, Leo DeLeon, recognizes the presence of SPIRIT photographer in the classroom. 61 homemaking and p.e. prepare for life The homemaking department at Uni- versity not only gives girls a chance to improve their skills in the domestic arts, but also provides an opportunity for girls to discuss all the aspects ofa vital family life. Through instruction and discussion, attempts to assist girls in realizing a creative approach to problems such as these transpire. Though P.E. may be distasteful to many students, the course provides both the regular exercise that can be so important to ci person and many moments of shared enjoyment through competition. ii in-u. Rhonda Felkner fabove leftl takes a short break from her sewing while Evelyn Tankersley flover rightl busily pursues her proiect. Jeanne Morrow entertains for homemaking students during a party ltopl. Sharon Hassell sets up a play for Rhonda Edwards iopposite abovel. Effort and exhaustion are displayed on the faces of Jack Darwin fopposite belowl and an unidentified P.E. student fopposite rightj. 62 ar' smosa 3 Miss Jessie Johnson ,Q sp Mrs. Jewel Mayfield - t 'iv f ti, is i .. . is . 'WV . I 'VQ S QK l A 4, li Mrs, Ethel Weathers I . ,I ig 2 . . Mr. Mike Adcms 2 X- m N Mr, Robert Duty 5 .., Mya- f 'I ,Qi s '-f, K Mrs. Mary Hinton 3: Y - if Mrs. Jean Prouse X . i Q E il Lai Q ff.-,.-. 1 ."'-'rlif 'I-ff, Pai , x 6 vs R5 ,L ua 5? iZi?"l5'f??3w 5? Mr. Ben Brand Mr. David Holcomb Mrs. Kay Speed Mrs. O'Levia Wiese Mrs. Evelyn Orr ffm? 1 Q! X 1 X in Y 'R Y xx x i fs ,Q 'R f ke' A ami Q 'ii ef . A . ff Q Mike Lee fopposite abovel shows his concern for quality in his woadshap work. Despite difficulties in unloading paraphernalia fapposite belowl the UHS band always gave an impressive per formance Qcenter topj. With careful attention Jerry Dempsey fcenter bottoml trues a plank The students in handicrafts produce intricate beautiful designs in leather fabovel. 64 .fi- M4-.,,, an A.. students strive for artistic perfection To guide the development ot skill and creativity with the hands is the purpose ot those departments we label as tine arts-woodwork, art, handicrafts, and band. In these departments one finds the emphasis on the pursuit ot aesthetic iudgement and the ability to use this iudgement tor creation. Crea- tion tor the UHS fine asts students mean anything from the construction ot a chair to the performance of a march. The students involved in fine arts not only gain personal satisfaction from their accomplishment, but they also share their satisfaction with other students through exhibitions and per- tormances. 65 various subjects improve skills The subiects that tall under the desig- nation of special skills are those that help the student to improve the use ot his physical and mental attributes in order to accomplish specitic tasks. The publication. While some are mastering the agility and judgement necessary to drive a car, others are increasing their knowledge of the exact procedures for dissembling one. The Distributive Education program allows many at UHS to learn new skills as they work. Miss Carkhutf assists students in students who attend classes in this ca- tegory can learn both the clerical skills necessary tor writing and the practical use ot such skills in the production ot a improving their reading skills with their eyes while Mrs. Wade assists several of our number in reading with their hands. it A M A9 is 'Y -.kv -. W... 'Hn-...- 1 66 l l l rg W 'w t Diane Rushing fopposite abovel works diligently to finish typing production. Vicki Lane takes a break while Marty Rubio rearranges her hair lopposite belowl. Steve Grube ltopl shows his enthusiasm for Mrs. Clough's comments. Rod Moon lopposite belowl exhibits a similar sen' timent in his distributive education class. Pam Eckols and Steve Holt lbelowl rehearse duet acting in speech. Q as- Q f-uf: , Q-255. ' ,. l ,, - ,, - .,,,,..-sv!" y s Agri. . l .,,,-qanfli' L , , . ? fy W.. ' 'ly ' ,Q J- Mr. Dale Alexander h' ' N' g' 'K . if '-'B' lhNjiirs.glirginiaBBesll3ear 1 4 V, 4 f f, r. eorge roo s BFA - ' QS 'wr Mrs. Sherry Ann Featherston 1 fix isis fi. - f f V if , new qw za Mrs, Sarilee Ferguson A ' J , A Mrs. Ann Hammond 1 ll' A ,xr , Mr. Harold Nolte 3 13579 A 'l 'J f"'S ' iii? vigil.: 'i , l , Mr. Wilburn Rowe 5 K ' 1' fi A ,. Mrs. Judy Stuzenbecker me X l, Qwwmwxwwif t A' ' Mr. Vernon Vaughan Mrs. Mattie Wade . Mrs, Juanita Ware Mrs. Mary VanZandt ,.,, 1 . ,.. .MW my ,- 2 .1 L N ,vu k x 6 l ' 'J ,' b , ':I' , 4 rf f 1 M . ,I A tv Mrs. Edna Harris Mrs. Myrtle Hickman Mrs. LONeIl French X . -V456 'Nm inf W Nat I if ,-"" 'L fs, tr 'Ii -I rf' 3. is , science explores Seeking to make science a more in- teresting subiect tor the students, the Ul-lS science department instituted new courses and sections ot study in the various departments. Mrs. Myrtle Hickman directed a group ot students in studies of advanced biology that included environmental study. The physics students had tor the first time an in depth study of the aspects ot lasers. Mr. Moegelin joined the depart- ment this year teaching one course in atmospheric science. fn '4 XML .efif A M...l..iw 'XX . slsss C . we xii-sw--.fs ' 4 Lost in contemplation, Kim Holland lopposite lettl decides how to approach a science problem. Darlene Lambert and Mike Jones lop- pasite rightl find some enjoyment in hurrying to finish a lab. Velma Martinez lcibave leltl and Stuart Spoede labovel perfect their plastic repli- cas of animal and plant cells. Mr. Lake assists Phyllis Grise lleftl in a presentation for the phys- ics class. 69 1 fswtg. p i. :V ..... 5 - fs. . I if 1 if fi plo ycloy and recognition As the l97l yeor closes, seniors disploy vorious emotions. Feelings of hoppiness ore mingled with soclness. As rhe end draws necir mony memories of University High School will olwoys be recolled. 70 Down Granger and Melinda Curnutt iopposite topb enjoy the water at ployday. Tana Lawson and Robert Bood Copposite bottom lefty show their true colors at Playdoy. Mony seniors are recognized ot Senior Recognition. Copposite bottom righvj Judy Clemmons ond Tommy Wedemeyer ftop leftj relax ot the Putt'Putf golf course. Melvin Honsen ltop rightj takes c dive at Ploydoy. Volleybuli Cbottom rightj was one of the mony games enioyed ot Lion's Park. it fi ww 5 A L! t fx K, . ,A ,ALI W "" 'M mu, ,, ' 'if'7Wl,:i3...' , t is so ' .i.ii i ,V - L i ' N Q M'-any Qflh fe, um it ,Q -4 1 . :sf 4,1-1 'A vu., .. :I4'!9::ffs"":m5Je::' Kin W. 6' - I L A AR NN-., t,,t,.,,,,.,,.M,,.eo AL., , Lk J, N' L ',,,,, .v9'fffff1l4+'v40W'Z , 'L f ,, .,,.,..,, M mh,, JM.. Lindo Killough Caboveb, Donna Lucas Hop righfj, James Shoemaker Crightj, John Malone Cop- posite topb, Terry Morriss fopposite bottom Ieftj, ond Betty Davis fopposife bottom rightl are the students ranking in scholastic achievement. 72 Q1 J ,inf-ffirifsf. f' ' si? K 1 wth wif W Vi, '1 rx ks honor students recognized The honor students were named graduation night in the order of their scholastic achievement. They are a symbol of hard work and desire. 2 .M - . B ""'PS.,,. , W5 73 lux-ii? top five per cent The top five per cent consisted of four- teen students for the yeor. Those honored hod high scholastic overoges ond were honored olong with their parents of groduofion. 74 I 391: :gg naw,- Carlo Graham lopposife top Ieftj, Dwayne Carter lopposite top rightj, Stuart Spoede fopposite botfomh, Blanton Houg Clefvj, Ronnie Hope Cbottom Ieftj, ond Velma Martinez Kbe- Iowj, are part of the top five per cent. B.. H a. 7? . Hmm 5, ,ff 5 . if V e bf Q 75 l r . ' ' i M Carol Brown was honored as Valedictorian while Joel Smith was named Salutatorian. Joel Smith lleft topj was awarded a National Merit Scholarship. Carl Hambrick lmiddle topj received the Northwest Kawanis scholarship. Stuart Spoede ftopl was presented a scholarship to Texas ASM. Dwayne Carter Qmiddle lettj and Jimmy Ortega flower rightj were given art schol- arships. Ronnie Hope lmiddlel and Cathy Murphy lbottom leftj were presented the PTA scholarships. Vickye Grisham lmiddle rightl was awarded the DAR Citizenship Award. Dwayne Munos flower middlel received the W, O. Griffin scholarships, f t ll' 1 X ' , ff gf m 1 s ' s S 4 ,Qs , i ' yy 5 -A 1 if .- , .v sf . "4 . X 6 , an-FQ h f 8 I BM , ,aj . rf 11cf"','!K , Y QE lm. seniors awarded honors Leading the graduating class in scholastic achievement for 1971 was Carol Brown. Joel Smith was second highest honor graduate. 77 k feiai A fy gsffgfw 5 Wg aw 1 1 ' fFT2l?3f,f 2' M , .V Egg ' f , ' x i 'ff ,. iff -1 ,mi ugki S EL ww . i P W S ws -lga ir if A -. M ' 2 " 5 ws. fab 1. if .il ,IV , l r ,s Natalie Walker Cbelowl braves the cold to lead Trojan yells. lBottomJ Cheerleaders perform one of many skits at Troians pep rally, lRigh1J Cheerleaders enioy ride in Parade. Dawn Granger and Natalie Walker lfar rightl get best end of Trojan Pyramid, Dawn Granger Cbottom rightl prays for a Troian victory. Sue Ford lbottom tar rightl help boost Trojan spirit at pep rally. f T it we ' in f, f ., ,, Q e" 7 ' s ' T P233 I V , ga - Us ' 5 ? 1 Q' s , T W s we T ,, 3 0.4 ' , ,.i. ill fl . ' , wi in Q " T . 'V Q 1 ,v may iz aim ur :Jw ,v Zu! 'mi HL. ik 'fan wg, , XXX Nl 'v Sqn de VKX A T "'- Q1 '- +G Ssxsmmrk 80 1 , fx, f return of the "sexy six" The Trojan cheerleaders Bonni Ho- milton, Carol Wenzel, Judy Abel, Natalie Walker, were led this year by co-head cheerleaders Dawn Granger and Sue Ford. All the cheerleaders led the UHS students to a very spirited year, with their comical skits and their determination that the Troians should be on top this season. of 551' Iwi . BI hmmm 'ls -I :Six , .xv-:..,. W. , I . ,A A - . . J ,X Q R. . , C ,, ,., k,,,,m fm, ww- ' ,swf , gig Lk C - k 7 . K rx L, sexe . X. , N N, X , fy, New Q, em - 'Sgt smctre fem? 44, -sfgss 5 Officers: Candy Black, Cathy Cook, Kelly LewiS, Susan Todd, Melinda Curnutt, Cathy Murphy, Carla Graham, Cathy Moore. Front: Nada Raper, Estella Gonzales, Bianca Duron, Rhonda Felkner, Francis Guerra, Gloria Phillips, Mardie Rubio, Diane Kilgore, Lisa Ricketts, Stephanie Murdock, Sue Rosenfeld, Elizabeth Reeves, Debbie Barcomb, Pat Rendon, Martha Cagle, 82 Joyce Boatright, Karen Kasmiroski, Middle Row: Evelyn Tankersely, Maiane Martin, Marilyn Horn, Linda Holder, Carol Knight, Judy Bridger, Jeanne Pritchard, Sara Trautschold, Jana Radle, Beth Hague, Terri Logue, Pat Sherry, Stacey Johnson, Janet Robnett, Lee Ann Crawford, Susan Sprague, Melissa Carroll. Back Row: Hilda Montelongo, Edna Shriver, Diane Lynch, Connie Moss, Cindy Smith, Carol Wiese, Brenda Anderson, Vicky Hudgens, Kathy Rhodes, Kay DeLoach, Gina Olson, Phyllis Bailey, Charlotte Renfro, Susan Kidwell, Ruth Getman, Donna Dunn, Cindy Fields, Paula Conaway, Rhoda Bates, Pam Perkins. l JE applause, hardwork, -l- tears 2 highlighters Discipline is the keyword in the roll of a Highlighter. Standing, marching, practice, and spirit try the High- lighter's patience. Throughout the year the Highlighter demonstrates responsi- bility and personal desire to better her school. The Highlighter organization is important in building the individual character ot its members. iEl1r:MEN ab xxx .... 3 x 1... A-H .Wan U.. If -is rl .1 5 5 A U . ,J 'J xx Highlighters lopposite lefti perform routine at pep rally. Melinda Curnutt lopposite rightl turns on Highlighter charm during halftime. Captain Candy Black labovel led the '70-'71 High- lighters in some great routines. Highlighters lleftj march in H.O.T. Fair and Rodeo parade. Highlighters' labovei presence added much at pep rallies. B3 'H lntfjllh the many faces of the trojans PSN, Alton Abernathy, Leonord Green, ond Woyne MCCGIQ, mode second string All-District but other ployers on the squod deserve lust os much credit. - g 4 ,.. .1,.-..-.. ,,.. Q ,..---.., . 'a ' ' ., S 5 Tl A 'NW w t. M ' S+.: if r ' , . Og ,,,j,,fg.QM+ t , W x Y I ,W,, , . I F ,vwmzzi , ., N x A M I ,V , I W K e f , ,L I f ,L 4 7 .-. , , 1 A ., ww ,fu '- A . 1.4 333' N H At t t NL' wg, 4 . - 1 , fr A gg f, r jf- ' ' - 4 A bg " k ,- ' f',5g,ftL,Wg he er . ,W . as 4 "' - F1 f t Q-ui it 'gs rf 1 U' e ' 4 " " k rf - .,. . zu . 3 ' + gt, W if ' svf - 3' 4 k f 'U-f t S - lt,-.,,.h I, A ,,. . A " H ' 'fo-x. , . ,. , S, y -+4 . f g ' .. Y -.Z '- Mg-gf:--.I . , r ft' . ' ",' ifgx ,, I .af 3 wig? ' 44 ,-' 2 fi fu , '-V ' if-v.w1f,,y R-1 -X ' K fx 'ttt 2 . . Q, . A t . .ri r rw " M X 4..- Q uk I ' '6 if tt' , 1 ' ,,,,. Q- g . . - . A yo. ybe. - , l ft ,fr 1--W I 'M fr we ""Xk,gg5"f1 - ,, r tt 4 ' - r W :wtf wmmg 110 kiwi wan ,gl , . 4 rwwwu " 1-:Ni J ' ,, ,. , H " ! , V. qw, WG Awe. if F we ,., l llll Q ' :pw si F.W. Northside N. Dcillcis .... Bishop Dunne . Corsiccmo ...... Cleburne .... Killeen ...... Richfield .... Waco High ..... Bryon ....,.. Temple . . . . UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS ff f V A if Y in 5' .-Ve " M ., i : - U-wg f,. -iJ5jfTii'E: ' f- .. .. rm X. Wi- ,,,, W ,f M fn gf' a g we -. D .,,. H - ,,g,r',.-in , eff - i ' i -'Wa' S' I 1 M343-f , ,,,, V.: pw-, ,I .aff fi 'ri V V' "' V k , A4 W, uf i f - .5 V , ' lf ',. i J .ivy Aj- Y . ,I H , .3 3, V 1 ,,,, -3.53, 1, , f, V . Q, S Y f..'M...Vo Vafm, I, Ein. ,Q .- A J mf f .. H- q , , , Ai., Wwgf f Q ,fl .1-u. .agp I "' 'ff :" iii Duty iabovej calls time. Hcmbrick ftop rightj watches in anticipation. McCaig fright? clears the wciy as Rendon runs keeper. Green fopposite topj sweeps with the help of Rendon, Merritt foppasite leftj gives much needed IOOM effort, Rendon fopposite centeri pitches to Green as Pharr leads the way. Troion offensive line prepares for battle. fopposite Iowerj. 86 trojans try but get nowhere in district District ploy proved to be tough on the Vcnrsity this yeor with the mony tor- midoble opponents, including two stote contenders. The Troions were strong in Iinemen ond bocks but were outgunned ond outmonned by the op- position. v u 87 Q Hczmbrick Kbelowj takes Q rest, Troion offensive line frighil surges forworcl. Troions lboffomj cnt- tempt To block Killeen field goal. Rendon ffcr rightl throws from pocket formed by offensive line. ..,-fe', . ,, .,, .f M . VW Q 9' 'iff K A J my ' f 1 M4 9, 3 88 wr, if . .....V,,,,y, trojans in action The Troians played well with hustle and hard hitting, but injuries anal other contributing factors let the Troians down. l it - s N A X ,.. i - dlfx Front raw, Mgr. Mike Mach, Billy Furrer, Steve DeLaRosa, Raymond Willis, Ralph Getman, Carl Hambrick, Gary Pharr, Steve Grube, Neil Mc- Caig, Mgr. Floyd Frazier. Middle row, Mgr. Tom Suitt, Wayne McCaig, Dwayne Munos, Ted Williams, Leonard Green, Alfred Garcia, Louis Rendon, Gary Sforer, Richard Valdez, Jerry Merritt, Mgr. Malcomb Frasier. Top row: Coach Mike Adams, Coach, Joe Oliver, Head Coach Robert Duty, Doug Mills, Gary Lakey, Gary Panfer, Bill Carrall, Ricky Sharp, Paul Kluge, David Pauling, Alton Abernathy, Coach Jerry Gunn, Coach John Kenner, Coach Walter Moegelin. Not pictured: Sid Wiese. 89 've Troian defense lbelowl charges Richfield line. Coach Kenner lrightl helps iniured player Paul Kluge off tl-ie field. Troians lbottornl run through pre-game victory line. Spartan Cfar rightl run- ning back Phil Stratton looks for opening in Bryan defense. Quarterback Billy Furrer lcenter rightl throws pass in Bryan game. Stratton Ccenter tar rightl finds rough going in middle of line. , b 4' . Q , is . ' ' ff - K' ' T AX i 1 I , "sq Qflwsg i W' 4 'Hr ,G 3 ' ' 7 1 T spartans show hope for future The little Troians try hard to become big Trojans. Winning their last game they experienced a hard-fought season. They went into their last game winless but had enough spirit to over- power the last game losing team of Waco High Kittens. 90 M: sjf t . . ws ' firm. 6 033-wx ,nw Front row: Mgr. Tom Suitt, Tim Hale, Leo Robert Ruiz, Steve Holder, Darrell McC0ig, PauIFauIkner,Johnny Kender,Urbana Vasquez, Enriques, James Bensen, Richard Areilano, Larry Johnny Meeker, Gaylen Hood, Biil Moran, Phil Jim Kersey, Sammy Sexton, Larry Pusteiovsky, Green, Gary Nystrom, Gary Darby, Jae Gan- Stratton, Tony Nichols, Top row: Coach Mike Coach Walter Moegelin, zales, David Page. Middle row: Reyes Veracruz, Adams, Joe Aionzo, David Dishner, James Darr, 91 UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS UHS .,.. Crockett . . . Travis ..... Crockett . . . Johnston . . . Trovis ..... Tyler Lee . . . Madison . . . Abilene .... Johnston . . . Lanier ..... Spring Wood Churchill ... McCollum . . Lanier ..... Cleburne . . . Corsiccno . . Killeen ..,.. Richfield . . . Bryon .... Temple .... Waco High . Cleburne . . . Corsiccmo . . Killeen .... Richfield . .. Bryon ..... Temple .... Waco High . D WY 4 f J: ig 45 H ,qs , , ff M 4 T 'a j'-Wfr 'sux' , N36 Y? ,T Ag iyii 3 CQ, lj! MP' -ze.. get S 'x ""'nr,,,-N 5 A N5 K YM l '1 A I fw if 2' 'fd s"' V . if . ' in fe l iiiill fi i 1, .5 HL' , Q iw 2 -f K -i hz.. Z, ., fir ,,.,, "' Y' 51 eat, , i ffl ! If -f J. K .I dg . A -- e M' ' W, ,f if ei 5-'F3E!F"!F" , M i , :i.., X V , basketball in action Troians placed a shadow of a scare in the minds of the district I5-4A teams with their non-district record. To end with a district record of 2-I2 does not indicate the fine performance of a team consisting of seven seniors and two promising iuniors. 93 cogers overpowered by district foes A practically new B-Team consisting of ll sophomores and Two iuniors revealed some unknown Talents Through a year of frusfrohng, bu? reworcling experiences, The record of the B-Team was one win and 20 losses. KR! 1. af'- -...ef 94 UO- N Varsity members are: Lupe Rivas, Louis Rendon, Dale Goss, Kenneth Dew, Bill Carroll, Gary Milam, Earl Mason, and Paul Kluge. Junior Varsity members ore: Front row, Tippy Grdves- Bock row, Ernesv Monielongo, John Tipton, Dickie Goiden, Terry Linder, Tony USFWS, David Wright DOH TSTUPIGS, Curfis Nickols, David Dishner, Donny Rice, und Williom Combs, Gnd Terry Walling. new coach, promising team, but more losses Under the direction of new coach Mike Adams, the Troians had a season of seven wins and 20 losses. The team was led by eight experienced seniors who were backed by il promising iuniors and sophomores. Representing the team well was iunior Sammy Sexton, first baseman, who was named to the All-Zone team. Sammy Sexton and Gray Milam carried the highest batting averages forthe Troians. 96 of K , ,ie :,,:u.f'if ff ,N V. . W' , , -I f 514. ,Jw fax-iw , . . k , ,, f 1 ui ., it ,rf-.1 V. , , f- H ., j -I V I-'slam' 'fr ja ,,... , H. A 1 ii-an if WL ' is 2' sw. .Mow , ima was Ai z ",Z?f1Z"i'e,' Q 'L wry. ,hw fi , I , Short stop, Jim Cortez fopposite topj shows his powers, while Coach Adams looks on. Forcing opponent back to second is one of Billy Johnson's Copposite bottoml iobs playing third base. Gary Phorr ltopl applies his know-how behind the plate. Billy Johnson lleftl tries hard to get o hit. Jim Cortez labovel looks happy after getting a hit. l 97 ' '53 , 'T' " fxwfw- ' . -. '. Y Q z' 5. - - i . '- : af- . .' , . ., ' -, V ' . ' .. gf, ' ' f ' - . V, 4 W 'Q . ,,, ',-'.A- Lk ' F. 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X 2 - w i-. ,:Q1f+ff f1.4 ' gf '4.1?i'ii1i5fQ I T 3"3'3LS:'-'qmvif .J ,Q , v "Q4ffl?,f, ' J 4 5 W lg x wx 4 Q Y aff A 39- 'xx 1 ' if , W ,nf f 5 Nga 5, 3' :Q Q ,Q xi ag in X KU' 1 fr vi ,Ns 6. ,W "' ' 0 r v Ei?-S ev xy J Q MM si sq, M 1 X N X f H: 3 5 baseball team runs short of wishes Senior members: Roger Caddell, Gary Pharr, Paul Kluge, Louis Rendon, Steve Delorosa, Mike Eskew, Leonard Green, and Carl Hambrick will leave their positions to be filled by this years iunior and sophomore team members: Sammy Sexton, Gary Milam, Jim Cortez, Richard Arellano, David Golden, Rudy Hernandez, Benny Veracruz, Jerry Eskew, Jeff Christian, Billy Johnson and the new team members of next year. i l t 774 - 11 2 ,it I. V ' 7 , H I ' ' 'J' ntl - f z - p t ' , , '- -t?11?5,1i'55g,gm - A : P ' or s ' 'wr - wtiffefsge, 22 ' W T 2 -ff it 'rf ,. -Ms L' vi , 1 fvsei - fm ' 1' 'W Y X K , 1 A L, A-fy-We .4 . . . ,sg Avi... ,L 5 , Ji . . N.-is X 3 'lf Q , V " 1 - . 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W ,,M,-t f gg, . rf . -. N- . f, ., ms., ..,. .s ,,1,, , up , A ,.3w5,,,,,4 jig. ,sq .1 .mryvswy ,M ,K,?,E', A- , si, 4 . 5 Q- -.Av-,L-q,. ,,, ,L .bv ,f'.,-1L,:,.,-in :ps ww' ,sg . pri.. , W,,,.,,a ,, M W . ,,,M,... L ' , , I . A' " A ' Y - in . , .4 j .4 Carl Hambrick fopposite topl reaches to catch o flyball. Coach Adams lopposite top rightl demonstrates playing first base for Sammy Sexton. This is lust a little equipment lopposite bottom leftl used by the Troians. Leonard Green Copposite bottom rightl prepares to steal second before he was out for the season with an iniury. Richard Arellano ftop leftl takes a mighty swing during practice. Mike Eskew labovel heads for first base after getting a hit. Southpaw, Roger Caddell Clettl, prepares one of his great fast balls. 99 track Skills and probabilities connected with sports were highly reflected this season by iuniors of Ul-lS. Alfred Garcia being one of these, competed in regional and held one of the fastest times in state for the 440-yard dash, The team was represented well in district track and placed fifth. 100 ,msg-ax uv :En ! dsx as X x 77 Q x , 7 'ma I R :ns O s -.g .. x, X. " 'W ., .H M' A '91 Q 3 Rss I - XE, Y . , i vV,"- e. . 4. X.. v -Q L - 'f r . - - ' -fbb - A Q- .- -1- vp . .w- ff ' A X X ' . . ' was -' f 4 ' :,1 ' ., Q- . ' 4Lgg e A i .P . is is W,-W-. ..,.. . W , .. .. .. .W wzei ss ...ag .. wp, K ,M ..,, . . ,,,... .. , W., . ,.. ., , 7 'fmqf ' 'QP' . g?:.i P'i":SZ'-'2?.-2' "" "QS it - L ' - , A if-15:4 , . ,'5 .- sw' M 'f- -z .sg ' sm M. -15 Q , wb--,ss gs w ' f.: , ',sf'f-"- - - " . Q25 -iw . rv xi ir?- 55' f .s ss N -. . ' V. -" ' ff 2- , ss.-1.--s':f"sf " " . ia-w s :ff .if 's ' s sv-' fs ' M559-'fs-'Ev ' 5- Msg rf - .v ' .--13 . -Wg? f Q 3 - 'rg is3,g,iQ wg - 1 -i I - f 5 . "irish 5' . R- . Y ff-wir, i -,h-- ,f mf' 'sf Y N'-sA P.g,r?s5, g-- -, K iq N, ,q,A15,5u.QQ,..xg.ass rs., ...sf ,qs,,,ws,m,..xg-Gus .. - , sw, A, ,,. . f f. ,,, ,pg-gi, . . gi by K S',gfQ,'.,, -P wry' . fi: 1 - ..-- A-SQ 7 .. ,,., 152 f Y -Eff.. ggwg.. , ig L , y, w ,.f .N if swf N - -. ww -. if 1 - - 5? A ,P Q. f M 5 - - w we T" M225 nw m f 2- - I :mf Va 1 .. wa-.. fs,-..., .. 9 ,. an YA-.,,. . A. .., 1 s .N-. ww s. .sw15,,.,gk .. ......Nqg.QQ. . an . X. ., , . 5' H :ff . 534 sf F . e. i, s . f-ram. I5 QQ! A... ,k -ga A ' A Q on , '.,..:.oa Bl.. in u 'fa' 0 L. r. ,,.-mm .sv '23 'E mswsf 3 ,,, mfss ,....f..w..,,..m, ms ivvmm-mfs... Turning on The speed in the 440-yard dash, Alfred Garcia fopposite topl moves on. Coming our of The siarting blocks, Tommy Goss fopposite boftomj rounds the first turn. Troian pole vaulter, Gary Storer Hop leftj, is on his way To a record-breaking vault. Tommy Goss Cbotiomj, looking fired, finishes up the 220-yard dash. Richard Valdez KcboveJ starts fast in one of his many races. I01 haf S-... Bill Matyastik, a iunior, not only rated in district tennis competition, but also rated in national meets. His distinction has helped accentuate this sport at University High School. The tennis team competed in two out-of-town tournaments and two Waco tour- naments ot which one was the district meet. 102 it-.gm fi -gag .- , gi was " 51 , if .G '-5 A14 .QQ-3 Q H , ig , :V Qi 6, if W' fam-Q rw, at 'T "5 ' naw. Iii? i - Q. is W- vi-55, kv !- f 'W fm., N 'txt r f ,f "+QfR,fmmb mf .gf , r 3 if 14. z 1 jriiifitlf K-'Q Q . .f , ".r6'fE'i':i-'fsfa'.:-Ma 34awtf'2-MLN: trojans gain recognition The Troian girls keep up the pace ot physical activities by excelling in sports, not only as spectators, but as participants. A group ot l5 girls made up the Baylor Sports Day team. The various sports included aerial speed ball, volley ball, softball, tennis, bad- minton, bowling, and track. The Troian track team proved to be a good one by placing second among the Waco schools. The sponsor of the team was Mrs. Mary Hinton. Allen Parollini Copposite top centerj uses his powerful backhand. Sue Ford Copposite bottom lettj, with great form, has a mighty serve. After serving, Patti Bynum iopposite top lettl watches the ball. Amy Barrett iopposite top rightl prepares to return a serve. Bill "The balls have it" Matyastik iopposite bottom rightj hacks it back. Brenda Corrigan ileftl hands paton to Montea Allison during Baylor Sports Day. Up in the air is Debby Shriver lbottom leftl, while doing the long jump. Gina Olson ibelowl clears the bar in the high lump. 103 il M 3 Z Ili, vnu V ipk t ig V Q ,Q A 955 jg K5 5 it fi W , , , i. . , ' . - If-Q ' ' J. Hi . Monty Allison . Phyllis Bailey . Rhoda Bates . Carol Brown , Dawn Granger . Brenda Carrigan . Melinda Curnutt . Cathy Cook . Judy Abel lO. Sue Ford ll. Carla Graham l2. Diane Kilgore l3. Sylvia Jones l4. Cathy Moore l5. Cindy Smith 16. Gina Olson l7. Debbie Barcomb l8. Alton Abernathy l9. Mrs. Mary Hinton 20. Jana Radle 21, Stacey Johnson 22, Charlotte Goolesbee Karen Kasmiroski Vickie Gonzales Connie Moss Carol Wenzel Natalie Walker Susan Sprauge Reney Kenner Jean Pritchard Bonnie Hamilton Pam Perkins Cathy Martin Majane Martin Elizabeth Reeves ease s g.a.a. Decked out in sports attire of all descriptions, the GAA's belie the myth of the flabby American, The girls kept in good shape by exercising their ar- tistic talents at the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance. Other activities in the GAA's included selling mums at homecoming, participating in the POW letters to Hanoi and giving a Christmas basket to a needy family. Presiding over the meetings this year were Sue Ford, president, Melinda Curnutt, vice- president and Dawn Granger, secre- tary. 1 Q 1 W-"7" -vnxl fl. M am ' '., .'-1-......,,w- ,. . "Zi 'S ' 1 . W 27 lit to its Q .gil 2 8 I3 Mark Batson Dickie Cunningham David Hegar Jesse Curry Robert Bogly Skipper Kitchens James Sowders Dolph Boen Alton Abernathy Blanton l-laug Sue Ford Johnny McDow Keith Bonner Steve Burns Turn Niles Mr Batsan Burgess Cole Russell Turner Rodney Schroder Jerry Jones Billy Furrer Horatio Mop key club Caped Crusaders one and all are posed to defend America, mother- hood, apple pie, slaw and ardor. They did this through sponsoring the March of Dimes an all night coffee stand on the Dallas highway and co-sponsoring the Scholarship coffee drive for l97l The chief Crusader this year was James Sowders and the co-Crusader was Mark Batson if Mtn nf, EL U5 ,Q Dolpli Boen and Jerry Jones llettj present their idea of a Richfield Ram at the Homecoming pep rally, Russell Turner lbelowl announces for foot- ball games, Tension mounts as Jerry Jones, Jessie Curry, Alton Abernathy and Blanton Haug lbotroml anxiously await the announce- ment of the Talent Show homecoming queen. Q 109 fillkmm if Qi s S ,M 1 Photographers this year were Joel Smith lop- posite topl and Ronnie Marroquin Lopposite bottom rightl. Showing her other other talents is sponsor Mrs. Ferguson Copposite Ieftj along with Miss Cornell, practice teacher. 'W P O. l. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. IO. II. 12. I3. Not Dawn Granger Gina Olson Diane Lynch Cathy Moore Sue Rosenfeld Judy Abel Jean Pritchard Kay Delooch Dwayne Carter Tana Lawson Sharon Rutherford Maiane Martin Woodi Seith Melissa Carroll Pictured. Dolph Boen J.L. Bryant Cathy Cook Abel Flores Debbie Haigood Jimmy Ortega spirit staff The '71 SPIRIT Staff was composed of 24 capable, responsible people. Kay Deloach held the title of editor. With the aid of Mrs. Ferguson, the staff overcame many crises. Dwayne Carter, layout editor, carried many responsi- bilities other than his own. Jimmy Or- tega, art editor, did the drawings for the division pages. Joel Smith and Ronnie lvlarroquin are responsible lor the improvement of the photography over previous years. 111 Linda Murphy Debbie Shriver Steve Grube Bill Moran Mike Mach Phyllis Bently Ruth Getman Tim Hale Connie Moss Alvin Royals Elizabeth Reeves Bonni Hamilton Donna Lucas Cathy Murphy Vickye Grisham Charlotte Renfro Martha Cagle Reney Kenner wooden horse staff Inspiration comes in unusual ways to an unusual staff of writers. However, their inspiration has made them suc- cessful. The WOODEN HORSE has won two first division ratings in compe- tition with other Texas High school newspapers. Editor of the WOODEN HORSE this year was Terry Morriss. Melinda Cur- nutt was the editor of page two. Cathy Murphy was responsible for page three, and Sue Ford for page four. In charge of advertising were Bonni Hamilton and Carla Graham. The acl- visor was Mrs. Sarilee Ferguson. Serving as photographers were Joel Smith, Ronnie Marroquin and Abel Flores. r Steve Gregory Janice Morris Karen Kasmiroski Richard Valdez Steve Holt Terry Morriss Carla Graham Vanessa Tynes Mark Batson 4 Melinda Curnutt Vanessa Wienecke Jana Radle Stuart Spoede Melissa Williams Gary Ponter Johnie McDow Betsy Morse Candy Black 'Wx ' 'fm 7a,:wrf1swf f Mmsw.u M. ffm, nwmi. , A 3, y . 7 ,sw ,.,,,A, ,k,,q,.Q,s,,p.5,,i A if l 1 ' A Y 'JY ,, . 5 xii' ' b ' 2 QL ' I' ' r -Q 4 0 pi Y' - ' in fi ' i fs C' M , yi f s y K1 , .Q Q V , .. xl :img xxx S. ., X - .'.,, ,, ' .-L, Q I 'N-NN 'Vg l ' K lll fr - is is is , 'X i , 'fx XX XX K My K '," L sv A ' -mx NX, R, r ,sss se, M K W X xxx A , k Nxyx 'mm W RNN, H3 SENIOR MEMBERS Rhoda Bates Mark Batson Robert Bood Martha Cagle Jerry Cohn Melinda Curnutt Betty Davis Kay Delcoach Sue Ford Sheila Gann Julie Gates Carla Graham Dawn Granger Leonard Green Vickye Grisham Blanton Haag Reney Kenner Diane Kilgore Paul Kluge Donna Laughlin Johnny Lillard Donna Lucas Cathy Moore Cathy Murphy Emily Rothman Louis Rendon Sue Rosenfeld Charles Segrest Carol Wenzel JUNIOR MEMBERS Judy Abel Debbie Barcomb Theresa Collier Lee Ann Crawford Donna Dunn Cynthia Fields Billy Furrer Ruth Getrnan Pat Gifford Phyllis Griesse Tim Hale Marilyn Horn Stacey Johnson Karen Kasmiroski Janice Kent JoAnn Krollage Larry Leshikar Diane Lynch Cathy Martin Maiane Martin Janice Morris Gina Olson Mary Olson Jean Pritchard Jana Radle Nada Raper Elizabeth Reeves Pam Shirley Natalie Walker Ted Williams Raymond Willis SOPHOMORE MEMBERS Joe Alonzo Richard Arellano Patricia Bottoms Brenda Corrigan Jeff Christian Donna Connolly Bonnie Conner Janie DeLeon Cecil Edwards Melody Edwards Glenn Geltemeyer Larry Green Billy Johnson Susan Kidwell Vicky Lane John Lippert Clark Norman Rhonda Petty Velia Quintanilla Pat Rendon Mary Jo Rodriquez Marisela Rubio Susan Sprague Donald Temples Dicque Thomas Tippy Topton Yvonne Watkins Sharon Weeks David Westerfield Tommy Wooten student council This was a very successful year forthe Student Council, due to the lively and enthusiastic spirit ot the members ancl support given by the faculty. Any proi- ect that was taken on by the Student Council was backed up by every member. Many of their wildly sup- ported projects included sponsoring Thanksgiving baskets, giving a sockhop, selling tickets for the P-TA Scholarship Coffee, and raising money for the W.O. Grittin Scholarship. All ot these proiects can be "wrapped up" in the aluminum toil decorations from the Homecoming Dance sponsored by Student Council. H4 4 .AAAI- Students lleltl listen ottentively cs ideos ore dis- cussed. Jerry Merritt, president, llower lefty reloxes os Secretory Vonesso Tynes recides the minutes. Not pictured is Buddy Dennord, vice president, und Vickye Grishom, treasurer. Ques- tionable dancing customs are displayed by Willie Simmons ot the Student Council sockhop fbelowl. ,,..,.---' 115 K9 'M 4 David Pauling Malcom Frasier Audrey Kitchens Sid Wiese Rodney Lewailen Ronnie Hope Carol Brown Velma Martinez Mrs. Hickman Jimmy Etheridge Debbie Buelow Alice Pickens Stuart Spoede ,sy-f nf? i fl., 1 ll ' . i If 5 , i 'Y X 1 ." , -fi Q. r wi ,yi Xl get , Q ,.: . 'I Mllllwnzm I I , y, 2 'lf-X If E ,f ' X - gf X I . 'V yu W K ,,,..,. an -Inf .J 1 V :I H nm ., 111 in 3 Ri,-v v ' A , K at ,l nv ' l l N3 9 'yi it i Mila gl i l ls fl N .MJ f, 1- -cguj, . -5 , '- ' i i , R , Ml. W 5 - r .With it i so s as ' ' ' ' D Q'-.11 1 V ' I earth 'X A ln the realization of the great disaster Q mon has brought upon himself and his ,j I tiff!! world, and with a faith that earth and ill' l I " A man can yet be saved, we dedicate l'l"', A ' ourselves to the promotion and proc- .- 'gimp tice ol an ecologically sound life in ' harmony with nature to forever place - Whl the total environment first and X ' ' , foremost in our concern.-Youth for En- N , N A QS vironmental Service. fl J, zlji' - X it it l ,Q J-if V 5 I lu x 'H ill I - 2 v W- ff 'Q X 4 il 'C -9 Ill' B I - z " ., X " ',i ,f l X XXX r l X A lx ii. 1 5 MK-R llrl N oi-" ' f' ll ll . Nil . W X P N nw-.X-.5 Y N .---x :X., ' X K l band Members ot the Trojan Band take pride in their organization and ef- ticency and believe it or not they do take time out between breaks to rehearse. Whether it is performing at the football games or marching in the Christmas parade, the band's hard work is evident. The band was active in interscholastic League competition this year which included the marching con- test, the solo and ensemble contest and the concert contest. Several bond members were involved in try-outs tor the All-District and All-Region Bands. The band also gave a concert during February. USE 118 I9 20 6 I3 ff A lfi i 2 4 5 7 9 'OH I2 I5 2, EMA 3 22 i t at Mr. Brand Mark Malone Sondra Collier Louis Scarborough Mike Lambert Audie Martin Helen Rampy Henry Veracruz Craig Denny David Keese Joe Gonzales Jesse Fojardo Tommy Lee Steven Gutierrez James Harwell Gail Seith Donna Lucas Mary Pirelo Pam Ewing Yvonne Watkins Amy Barrett Mary Gulley Peggy Reich Denise Cohn Mike Brown Willa O'Neill Herbert Kroll Michaelle Schouer Edna Shriver William Hudson Benny Herbelin Judy Bridger Gerald Sevick David Page Jerry Dalrymple Rodney Schroeder Gary Darby Johnny Galindo Tommy Gonzales John Sanchez Bill Moran Dwayne Munos Richard Caraboial Ruben Gorcia George Ortiz Gayrelle Smith Curtis Combs Aileen Rindorf David Beoty Domingo Vasquez n.f.l. The National Forensic League is a na- tional organization whose purpose is to promote competition among speech students. Students who participate in speech tournaments earn points which are registered with the League. Schol- arships are awarded to students with the highest points, The UHS chapter ot NFL is open to students who have com- peted or plan to compete in In- terscholastic League competition. Areas ot competition include debate, extemporaneous speaking, prose, po- etry and drama. Right: Lochinvar, Below: Mrs, Clough, Johnny Lillard, Stuart Spoede, Joel Smith, 'X with I ,A-0 n.t.s. From the Thespion Club comes many talented actors, debators, orators, and poetic interpreters. Members ot this club participated in speech tour- naments and attended conventions throughout the year to further their knowledge and ability ot speech. l. Gary Lakey 2. Monteo Allison 3. Carol Brown 4. Denise Cohn 5. Velma Martinez 6. Lynn Shriver 7. Steve Grube 8. Patsy Starnes 9. Nancy Harris lO. Laura Byrum il. Gail Haigood 12. Donald Temples 13, Pat Gifford 14. Gary Ferrell l5. Mark Batson tw ist '-so its i if ? y Tommy Murphy Mike Canaday Doug Haigood Jimmy McKeown Jimmy Taylor Larry Cunningham Richard Kattner Larry Haferkamp Larry Westphal Wilbert Worley Mike Lee Wendell Crews Wayne Canaday Kenneth Stafford Larry Richardson Dennis Robnett Mr. Alexander Ricky Lebkowsky Steve Padgett Mike Moore Dennis Tynes Carroll Clapper John Enriquez Paul Galindo Keith Belville Ricki Walling Jerry Dempsy David Hill Ricky Devers Jerry Dalyrimple Thomas Gutierrez auto mechanics There are very few occasions on which one may see the members of Auto Mechanics free from work clothes, grime, and grease under the finger- nails. Some of these occasions are with their dates on the barbeque they give, delivering a Christmas basket to a needy family, anal a candy and VICA bumper sticker sale. Can you recog- nize any of these grease monkeys out of their natural habitat? Officers of this year are: President, Wayne Canaday, Vice President, Rich- ard Kattner, Secretary, Ricki Walling. L........ ,rs .--i..J , fiqms-,...,.,,,.. 'ii-X - -Q sf E.. ' Steve Davis Danny Brock Mr. Lottimore Phil Davis Don Brumbelow Clinton Belcher Malcolm Frasier Paul Kluge Sid Wiese David Pauling Tom Suitt Tommy Radle Marty Honey Henry Lillcrd Steve Gregory field and stream Beware all you bunny rabbits-those fearless Field and Stream members are on the loose again. However, there is a bright side, bunnies. They've taken up duck hunting-one guy hunts, every- body else ducks. The club was or- ganized to promote good sports- manship and rifle safety. They have participated this year in fishing con- tests, dove shooting contests, and a course in rifle safety. Officers this year are Paul Kluge, president and Tommy Radle, vice- . 1, , l lgffl-f 1 fi wg s, V 1 president. +54 if l fi . , yu. 1 . 4 QQ Ar' 2 , 3 125 lBelowl Steve Davis displays his fishing skills. Gary Milam, Don Brumbelow, Steve Davis and Tom Suit? Crighil mark targets for fellow members. Clinton Belcher, Henry Lillard, Steve Gregory, and Paul Kluge ibottoml practice using open sites, while Field and Stream sponsor, Mr. Lattimore, observes. f ff!-ggzsl sf ggi, ' if un' eiTWV.Tif"izii 7 4 5 fr V- l ii ,942 -1QC"""I if 1, '. ps an 126 K , ,im Although the Spirit Club for is it Tirips spirit club Club?J can't spell, they do excel in many other areas. ln an effort to promote school spirit, they sponsor many activities, including car caravans to the football games, a card section at Homecoming, and posters for the football games. The Spirit Club members put their best foot forward in the March of Dimes Sole March and in their contribution to the P.T.A. ticket drive. The club stayed busy all year with proiects that ranged from a bake sale to an Easter egg hunt for under- privileged children. One project we would suggest for the Spirit Club next year would be to take spelling lessons. . Mr, Jennings . Mrs. Prause . Debbie Miller . Melissa Williams . Bobbie Ratcliff . Brenda Stringer Juanita Gonzales Jennifer Dorsey Sharon Shelton Pam Shirley Cynthia Moyer Janie Galindo yi it r, XB, 21 q 32 t rn ,Lia ' f.. .....,,..,......-.., ,-,...,.,,,- .. itil it t i tty it il? .,. ..,.........W.,.....e.,,...., m,....,..,,..,..,. . V. I , . ..........-.-..A....-. -.., W ,N . ,... .N .MW ..... W ,M N, ,, . ,, 1.-.. 'ir esmnrfu-'rr :mv-wg-.sz rsznzsu Lana Wehmeyer Janie Cervantes John Dennis Marsha Stewart Debbie Bruner Sheila Williamson Bonni Conner Patty Bynum Reyes Veracruz Donald Temples Carol Vasquez Mardie Rubio Lynn Bulmahn Kathy Rivers Carolyn Ochoa Libby Martinez Brenda Anderson Renie Reyes Barbie Koller Donna Furrer Gail Davis Gwen Anderson Melody Edwards Gloria Phillips Paula Francis Mary Wheeler Mary Jo Rodriquez Diane Stitz Lana Burroughs Susan Wilkins E.........,...,W .s W... Lxnnnmrafwm John Lippert Beth Mills Vicki Cook Amy Barrett Michaelle Schauer Mrs. Stutzenbecker Susan Wilkins Bobbi Ratcliff Mark Batson it USS me youth for christ There is a group on the UHS campus that enthusiastically stands up tor what they believe. This group is commonly called the Youth tor Christ Club. In trying to reach their purpose of helping others know Christ and relate Him to their lives, the club brought Young Lite to Ui-lS. Young Life was started in Houston and has spread nation-wide, David Brock has been in charge ot the Waco Chapter of Young lite this past year. At the weekly meetings, there is a time for singing, skits, and devotion. ytiilll iii will L. ll ' Uwisi lil, lgxxll n.h.s. The National Honor Society is spon- sored by Miss Sallie Moncrief. The members are Carol Brown, Dwayne Carter, Sheila Gann, Carlo Graham, Blanton Haug, Ronnie Hope, Linda ef Killough, Donna Lucas, Velma Martin- ez, Jerry Merritt, Terry Morris, Sharon Rawls, James Shoemaker, Joel Smith, Vicki Cook, Edie Davis, Billy Furrer, Ruth Getman, Larry Leshikar, Maiane Martin, Bill Matyastik, Donald Mc- Dowell, Michaelle Schauer, Stuart Spoede, Sara Trautschold, James Val- entine, Carla Vrba, Ted Williams, Raymond Willis, and Richard Wood. 5 44 3 J . , y f V l f' fa A sf' 'D an , W ,ia , fa Br - 1 sf I Q' U o f' 4 0 Q 75 IS ,Y 'in fi N e , 9? - .2 3 K .Y sswwwmmhy 1 ff , , Qi '-M-MM. tw -S ,R- Q i Nt X X, J N-.N M --+.....,,m ft Mats Gaggg x ' l K J i :uni My T it i til David Wright Cecil Edwards Donna Peterson Phyllis Greise Tim Vanston Janice Putty Audrey Kitchens Richard Wood Debra Logie Gail Davis Katherine McCamey Bill Matyastik Wesley Hagan Velma Martinez Dale Paulson Marilyn McFarlen Sue Kinder John Malone Theresa Collier Sara Trautschald Edie Davis Steve Stinson Rex Willhelm Mrs. Ann Bradley . .... anus. , M junior classical league As could be expected when Julius Ceasar came to town, the first few people in line were members of the Junior Classical League Club. Being in- terested in various landmarks they made their own mark in history by exhibiting talent in many activities. Some ot their members competed in the state convention in San Antonio in April and they participated in Latin Week. The club also had several bake sales and sponsored a JCL banquet at the end ofthe year. gamma sigma At UHS, service comes in all forms. No matter what size iolo, the girls of the Gamma Sigma, serve their community and their school in helpful ways. The Valentine Party at Evangelia and the Halloween party at Joyce Stamps Day Nursery were real great, ln fact, the year was "filled up" with many ac- tivities. They also participated in the March of Dimes Sole March and spon- . Beth Mills . Mary Olson . Linda Hudgens . Pat Rendon l3. Vickie Lane . Susan Kiclwell l4. Linda Olson . Vanessa Wienecke l5. Debbie Collins V . Julie Gates lo. Cathie Smith . Charlotte Copeland 17. Vicky Hudgens . Janie Campbell lB. Dale Paulson . Pamela Ewing I9, MargaretStewart . Dicque Thomas 20. Sharon Weeks . Mary Gulley Ql. Audrey Kitchens itil t o H sored an Easter egg hunt for under- ' 'w privileged children, " C I i l kk'h 5 choir The ever-reacly Vocal Club is raring to go-they lust don't knovv where. Here they practice for one of their many Concerts. In Interscholastic League con- test, University received a total ot tvventy-seven meclals. The Royal Choraliers iopposite pagel partici- pated in the annual Sunrise Service on Easter morning at Memorial Park. They sang at the Kavvanis Club during the Christmas holidays. l 5 132 if Gary Guadarian Theresa Collier Sid Wiese Kathy Martin Reyes Verecruz Bobbi Lucas Neal McCaig Linda Murphy Blanton Haug Marilyn Litton Willie Simons Emily Rothman Phil Straton Marilyn Horn Mike Henderson Donna Laughlin Urbano Vasquez Carol Wenzel Marshall Kelinski Patti Bynum George Vickery Dawn Granger David Westertield Judy Loosier Dwight Sexton Laura Bryurn James Sowders Vicki Cook Terry Harvey Beryl McLin Jett Percy Melody St. John Sammy Sexton Donna Dunn Louise Carhaial Mrs. Evelyn Orr Billy Furrer Jimmy Tucker Reney Kenner Ted Thurman Kay DeLoach Terry Taylor Edie Davis Paul Kluge Vickye Grisham Bill Graves lv ,.,fXf' ff, 'X ff' 3 5 ' 7ZlI YI I3 Lzllxllykl 6 el A215 I7 ly, 30 3 34 29 as 23 7 25 98 22 2 i fs 28 44 24 4 W il is F y iz ' l ll l 5 46 43 42 4I 40 39 38 il ,K Setting up lights is one of the many Things Paul Murphy and Reyes Veracruz do iabovel as the stage crew. David Westerfield and Vicki Cook Cupper rightj display some al the choir talents at the Talent Show. Gary Guderian, Sammy Sexton, Willie Simmons, Paul Kluge and Sid Wiese lrightj are members ofthe UHS stage crew. l34 sp Willie Simmons Rev. Kluge Paul Murphy Paul Kluge Marshall Kelenski James King Blanton Haug Phil Stratton Jeff Pearcy David Westerlield Urbana Vasquez George Vickery Neil McCcig Gary Guderion Sammy Sexton Billy Furrer Reyes Veracruz Ricky Henderson Ted Thurman James Sowders Dwight Section Sid Wiese Terry Taylor Bill Graves Jimmy Tucker Sweetheart 36791318 I9 QT boys' glee club f ' l P-Q Determined Carol Wenzel has such ?dQ '3,Q.Qo! sizzix? .145 T35 Linda Richards Laura Byrum Elisa Arnold Bobbi Ratclitt Wanda Wright Dawn Granger Charlotte Goolsbee Donna Dunn Marilyn Horn Tina Brown Linda Holder Patti Bynum Carol Wenzel Pat Pack Debbie Castle Sherri Crews Ruth Davis Donna Laughlin Linda Murphy Reney Kenner Louise Rogers Debbie Lockamy Willa O'Neill Virginia Hernandez Melody St. John Judy Lockamy Barbara Koller Debbie Bruner Darline Hagan Kathy Rivers Susan Wilkins Cathy Martin Connie Moss Pam Perkins Theresa Collier Donna Furrer I2 Darlene Martin Vickye Grisham Emily Rothman Edie Davis Vickie Cook Dicque Thomas Beryl McLin .lean King Rosie Gutierrez Debbie Niles Marilyn McFarlen Beth Hague Paula Francis Juanita Gonzales Juanita Vasquez Judy Laasier Laura Herbelin Geneva Cortez i ' lll ii ' I ' 1 1 1, D IRWIF K Q 9 glr s ee c u 44 1 A, I 9 -mir 4, Minnie, Ut Once again this year the Girls' Glee O 4 gJ434!E45 48 I 49 50,5 , l walked oft with the best dressed-most " ' g poised award. They each express their I Q ideas of beauty. 1- -- y 1 - lx 52 53 1' -en! I36 art club coming up with new and creative Whether out on the farm, watching ideas. Their ideas for Christmas deco- T.V., or lust sitting around with friends, rations and football run-throughs were members of the Art Club are always classics. Although neither Rembrant, Whistler nor Wood was there to help them out, the Art Club members were successful in making decorations for the Favorites Presentation and Senior Prom as well as helping in many other artistic endeavors throughout the year Right: Regina Chandler, Dwayne Carter, below: Phyllis Griesse, bottom standing: Tommy Gon- zales, Jacinto Ortega, seated: Ricky Cabelerro, Sharon Rawls, Donna Peterson, Naomi Roberts, I will I 137 K I, Ricky Vrba i8- 2. Clayton Rounsovoll l9, 3. Judge Baylor 20. 4. Charles Parnell Qi. 5. Dell Todd 22. 6. Roger Blassingame 23. 7. David Hegar 24. 8. Rachelle Meroney 25. 9. Johnny Mercer 26. lO. Jesse Curry 27. ll. Pam Reed 28. l2. Steve Burns 29. l3. Victor Garza 30. l4. David Harris 3l. l5. Debbie Miller 32. l6. Kenneth Woods 33. l7. David Cunningham 34. 38 27 Gary Sherrod Joy Estrada Michael Miller Bruce Bellringer Mike Perry Johnny Lillard Mary Quinones Deborah Campbell Keith Wells Rodney Moon Darrell Wiese John Milam Donald Haynes William Hueske Mr. Harold Nolte irie Cuevas Cynthia Moyer Mt? Ray Garcia Mike Jimenez Sherri Carlisle Martin Garcia Deborah Kirk Johnny Romero Donnie Rieger Linda Lummus Gary Waits Brenda Davis Rudy Morales Ray Silvers Cathie Smith Billie Robinson Ronnie Marroquin Wanda Young Mike Colley Hifi iiiiiiiii li . ii! , i ihiitii t ryqdgr-Q Q, -e, . 3- . 1 W. d.e. Distributive Education is a vocational program, which trains students in skills and theory necessary for successful employment in retail, wholesale and service marketing occupations. There are fifty students participating in this program, which is in its first year at University, Students in the program at- tend classes in the mornings and work in the afternoons. Johnny Lillard has won trophies at the Area V Distributive Education Youth Leadership Confer- ence for business speaking contest per- formance and sales demonstration per- formance. Distributive Education officers are Billie Robinson, president, David Cun- ningham, vice-president, Wanda Young, secretary-treasurer, Johnny Lillard, parliamentarian. fn Wy. K' 5 7 i.c.t. Where can some of the hardest- working people in school be found? In the ICT Club, of course! The members of the ICT Club are participants in the Industrial Cooperative Training Pro- gram in which students attend classes in the morning and train for a vocation in the afternoon. The club works to achieve its purpose of developing leadership by participating in Teacher Appreciation Day and by giving Thanksgiving baskets to the needy. They also provided popcorn for the kindergarten at First Baptist Church of Waco and took part in the March of Dimes Sole March. ,, 5' , 5, as .. I , 'SG fixings? Mi: fiiiym, .. ' r 2 he 1, ,I is .c Doug Gilmore Wayne Kirkpatrick Lucy Felon Bobby Liendo Steve Gutierrez Roger Newman Johnny Reed David Vicinais Earl Habermon Bridget! Jones Diane Long -it iii' ' 'Ii X as -P, skiigfif ,... i ...,., , T. , , f D N! li. Brenda Anderson Gwen Anderson Phyllis Bentley Judy Bridger Brenda Bullock Delores Chavez Debbie Collins Margarita Cruz Dana Crye Jennifer Dorsey Belinda Dossett Bianca Duron Rhonda Edwards Juanita Gonzales Jeanne Gaolsbee Kim Goss Betty Gray Isabel Guarcliola Frances Guerra Sharon Hassell Connie Haynes Diane Kelley Danna Laughlin Priscilla Leos Judy Loosier Fay Lopez Barbara Martin Darlene Martin Stella Martinez Kay McClinton Joan Mondragon Marcia Moody Vickie Morin Linda Murphy Veronica Padilla Cynthia Parnell Karen Reese Peggy Reich Aileen Rindort Janet Robinett Martie Rubio Elaine Rushing Barbara Ryno Patsy Sabins Sheila Saulter Sharon Shelton Patricia Sherry Cathy Smith Jackie Smith Barbara Stewart Marsha Stewart Nancy Thorp Natalie Walker Carolyn Wenzel Linda Westphal f.h.a. The purpose ot the Future l-lomemakers is to develop leadership, promote better home and Community relations and further interest in Home Economics and related careers, The club adapted a boy in the Mexia State School this past year, sold candy for Viet Nam children, collected stamps to support a children's hospital in Norway, and collected eye glasses tor the sight of the needy. The unit presidents are Bianca Duron, Rita Engelke, Marsha Stewart, Natalie Walker, and Carol Wenzel. The unit vice-presidents are Jeanne Goolsbee, Connie Haynes, Fay Lopez and Barbara Lopez. ini Mrs. Arlen Rose George Jimenez Leo Enriquez Irie Cuevas Marcellio Cabazos Joe Gonzales Dora Gonzales Estella Gonzales Bianca Duron Tony Gonzales Janie Caballero Mary Moreno Isabel Guardiola Yolanda Flores Gloria Lopez Patricia Gonzales l7. Helen Vela 18. Andy Fuerrera l9. Rosie Galindo 20. Janie Lopez 21, Janie Deleon 22. Ellen Cabos 23, Virginia Sanchez pan american "Vivan las Fiestaslu Or for those who don't speak Spanish, "Long live fun!" Singing and dancing portrays the fun- loving spirit of the Pan-American Student Forum. They have proven to be a group that is anxious to promote better understanding among Americans and the Spanish-speaking peoples of the world. The club has sponsored several activities, including a Christmas party for the children of the Latin-American neighborhood center. During March, several members of the club attended a con- vention in San Antonio. MHKQL' 141 Terry Morriss Susan Kidwell Sharon Rutherford Dicque Thomas Donna Laughlin Bonnie Conner Sharon Weeks Martha Cagle Mrs. Jenna Baggett Sue Rosenfeld Linda Holder Lynn Bulmahn Marilyn Horn Emily Rothman David Westerfield Jennifer Dorsey Julie Gates Cathy Murphy Judy Loosier Vickie Grisham Pat Rendon Sylvia Jones Jana Radle rg ? f.t.a. The Future Teachers of America is an organized club to interest students in teaching. The club members partici- pate in a tutoring program in various churches and homes. The officers of the club are President Vickie Grisham, Vice-president Terry Morriss, Secretary Donna Laughlin, and Treasurer Cathy Murphy. The club is sponsored by Mrs. Jenna Baggett. The district president is Dawn Granger. mmvfrsfsms .ummm nfs. , 4 .ri 2' i N T- ' ,Mx iw :W mx rt. S, If - ww, .. as pmxam- ,.. wa,-fun n Qu-lawn 4""'ls..-.. AH' as 1' N L +R'- 4 M 44 ff i f x 4' Q Q3 ' Qftkfl Q if R ,ff "M"-Q, .,.f"""-M., f"""--..., ,,-f""-n.,,,. AM1""1u.,,, h,f""""'-N... fNk,.,,,,,,N ,H--..,.,, , fu..,,M ,v'SQ..... K,-v-.Mm f""h-. 'Mn-,.... -'--mr... we"-o---N H A.-'M-so-v .,,--annum. , M4-vpn, If ,,,- sunny -we-my ,Q-.un Q.-me ff-ns-nm .fun-I 4 fi? f-nnl0"l1 --""? ls . W .ill e y My M 146 senior leaders Leading the senior closs ore Leonord Green, president, Woodi Seith, vice- president, Ccirol Wenzel, secrete The yell representing this closs was "We've got Spirit from sun to su we're the class ot '7l ." ry. , nw ' l ' , ,4-qs. fQ A 4F.f? 5 ry X 52? 55 sig A sxiw If 1' .ae-1 ,X L 1 is -fx' rf, i ' l Alton Abernathy Margot Alczniz Montea Allison Gloria Ashley Phyllis Bailey Rhoda Bates Mark Batson Tattie Behringer Kathy Bekkeen Bruce Bellringer Kenneth Bennett Phyllis Bentley Randy Berrios Rene Best Candy Black Roger Blassingame Robert Bond Larry Bounds Lesly Brciziel Johnny Breedlove 147 Judy Bridger David Brock I Carol Brown Mike Brown Jessie Buckner Debbie Buelow Brenda Bullock Steve Burns Roger Caddell Martha Cagle Debbie Campbell Mike Conodoy Wayne Conoday Sherrie Carslisle Dwayne Carter Regina Chandler Bobby Childress Judy Clernmons Emma Cleveland Roy Cleveland Jerry Cohn Debbie Collins Sandro Collins Cathy Cook Chorlotre Copeland Rebecca Cummings 48 if 'rx 'is sg' flu . S l Y 1? ft J' N Qi if S Iii ? ln K-ul' Su iff ,. , , i 'X ee lliyglr- if Q' Nh 4 ,'.f - 4 .1 'S f HF B "'iii .,.,, J . .,1 i offzl . ' C . fi . Sea 'fm ,v e va, 4 1 r' V Y 1 Qt' tk f - 2, 5, f 45" e 156 i t Bt '39 ,f ,t y ,X N tt A5 ., :gg If 4 if 1 Q W t t '23 IH yr' , 2 Ifi' al ia ,r S 1 li is , 'A ' i?b1:l iQ:2E.f L A .gm-.if 5? f 1-af' W, Q ' 'S , I ,, . NTIS' f 5 X 5 l' t lit I Q- f S up 1 . ..... L Draws" 'W ., V, .. A ,,....... S . Q ,,x , K faces of contentment After finally reaching the moment they have been waiting for, Bonni Hamilton and Steve Gregory have their way of showing contentment. Mike Eskew Dan Espinoza Dickie Cunningham Melinda Curnutt Jeanette Curry Jesse Curry Rowdy Dcndridge Betty Davis Paul Dean Kay Deloach Jerry Dempsey Steve DeLaRosa Buddy Dennard Ken Dew Cathy Deihl Johnny Dorris Jennifer Dorsey Belinda Dossett Sylvia Duarte Pam Eckols Rita Engelke John Enriquez 149 Jimmy Etheridge Lucy Felan Rhonda Felkner Gary Ferrell Connie Finclley Sue Ford Malcolm Frazier' Susan Fronek Janis Gabriel Ernest Gamboa Mary Gambaa Sheila Gann Ray Garcia Ray Garcia Nellie Garrett Victor Garza Julie Gates Ralph Getman Doug Gilmore Juanita Gonzales Vickie Gonzales Jeanne Goolsbee Dale Goss Sandra Grace Carla Graham Dawn Granger Leonard Green Steve Gregory Vickeye Grisham Steve Grube ' 'XP ee: Ja 1 N N a ,. ,-,- -, s - a u -1 egg LS U -1:92555 Q25 Sk gl if M, Q ef Xe gl - -5 ,4 ., A 3 we 5, Ja x PQSQ '13 XX ,QA N Y J, + X y m fs ,ei E ,S X, 4 2 ii 3 ' X N X J .ii .r-- X . .Q 5. li Rig? We A, . .. Q-., ,gf f 1 . , fi. is X f X gg 5 is 49 vi M' S 'll -1 ll, .' f A .. .EQ iv Q 'Eiga E .in 3 si K . K if 2 i , f A P . . 1 Q. Nffs is 3 1 X gk i 'UP sling. ' Af! 'fix s s t 1, ' V 'D 5 i .ISM an Q N 3 "Ks Na+? il f ' 9 J '-3, . ,Y . X Aix : 9' me Y J '25 ' .N .-in EQ! . K1 s X K r Q . I 3 Gary Guderian Frances Guerra Cynthia Hagar Doug Haigood Carl Hambrick Bonni Hamilton Nathaniel Hampton Janice Handley Melvin Hanson Kathy Hardin Bobby Harris Thomas Harvey James Harwell Blanton Haug Connie Haynes Portia Heath David Hegar Benny Herlaelin Yolanda Hernandez David Hester seniors sing out l97l Seniors sing out for what they believe in and they work together for what they believe in. The desire of all seniors is tor people to see them asm dividuals. 151 a new day, a new idea The thing that makes University High unique is the welcoming of new ideas by the students. The Highlighter ot- ficers exhibit this uniqueness by exchanging places with the spirited 'W 'Nix T. i, if -4-1 R 'M 4, , cheerleaders. 5 2 ' ' ,F 4 v- I '. 4. ' ' J, Jack Holcomb -11 J 'ii Kenneth Holmes t -' k k fl Steve Holt ,,,.5'. K ., , Marty Honey fr. H ' A Ronnie Hope Jw.. ' 34 I, Q I My" 9" f i 1 J, , ,gg J Vicky Hudgens Bill Hueske Kathy Hughes Kay Hyde Mike Jimenez Reed Johnson Bridgett Jones Diann Janes James Jones Jerry Jones Pam Jones U ,va Sylvia Janes A . Richard Judson , X nxlt ' Richard Kattner Reney Kenner 152 . ,J 'YN ffl As ft' H. 5-.Q X 4 -an frvxi Q 5 'TQ r 1 an y 'W 'wif' -'N- .ou- K Y . R as .F - 2 .aw 4. fi .2 Ui so axial at x 'A Mei E gum. YU' mugs Q if . ,+V X ,J X LSL 'F 1 isa ,,' we Nelda Kent Diane Kilgore Linda Killough Kirk Kinzbach Debbie Kirk Wayne Kirkpatrick Audrey Kitchens Paul Kluge Carol Knight Gary Kruger Gary Lakey Donna Laughlin Tana Lawson Tommy Lee Priscilla Leos Rodney Lewallen Bobby Liendo Dora Liendo Johnny Lillard Sonny Lillard Eric Lippe Marilyn Litton Debbie Lockamy Judy Locl-camy Debbie Logie Lupe Longoria Jesse Lopez Judy Loosier Bobbie Lucas Donna Lucas 153 let the spinning wheel spin "Let the spinning wheel spin" seems to be the best way to express the thoughts of these seniors. Their minds could be reeling from lectures, breaks, and to grades of varied marks. Whatever the results, the thoughts are sincere. Linda Lummus Michael Mach John Malone Audey Martin Patricia Martin David Martinez Gloria Martinez Herlinda Martinez Joe Martinez Velma Martinez ,,w- ,,,..- uw , , . .sw L M iw' Earl Mason Haril Mason Olan Massingill Kathryn McCamey Johnny McDow Tim McKinney Patricia McLennan Beryl McLin Shelly Maroney Jerry Merritt 154 ,I J V V25 . fi A T X, A A I I X5 y,,, I if A rts '-:L gg K l J a' 7 i ""' . Es . ' - ii gg Y rn , 3 l f 1 X ps ws I ii if , il nf . X 5 X ge 3 QQ is x qw' 'ff si . 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'B seniors reach our Studenis approach The outer world with the help of teachers who extend their many years of knowledge and experience. sv, , W ll rs ,N 5 A Donnie Reiger Charles Richard Larry Riley Lupe Rivas Janette Robnett Billy Robinson Dennis Robnett Eldon Rochester Barbara Rogers Louise Rogers Johnny Romero Barry Rose Sue Rosenfeld Diane Rushing Donald Saffell Billy Sais Pam Sanders Kenneth Scheler Charlie Segrest Gail Seith Woodi Seith Ricky Sharp Gary Sherrod Edna Shiver James Shoemaker Lynn Shriver Roy Silvers Frederick Simmons Valetha Simpson Mike Sloboian Cathie Smith Jackie Smith Joel Smith James Sowders Stuart Spoede Patsy Starnes Margaret Stewart Melody St. John Gary Storer Evelyn Tonkersley K s s pk J 0 si Q Nm- , A-1. . - , Q 5 , Et' Flaw X ' f 3 IQ? :Q - ., S " S it re 'f ,i .1 " Q: f in K s , vrsr Asif 'LT-5 if - '8!":" , ii, 5 yyyy S J 1 , I XA 1 ,?t'A i, - 'W 3765 Terry Taylor Ben Thomas Nancy Thorp Jackie Thrasher Dell Todd af,-ff ff Cindy Witt Doug Woodward Wanda Young Susan Todd Earl Torrence Russell Turner Richard Valdez Tim Vanston Juanita Vasquez Ricky Vrba Connie Walling Ricki Walling Nancy Webber Tommy Wedemeyer Keith Wells Carol Wenzel Larry Westphal Carol Wiese Darrell Wiese Sid Wiese Rex Wilhelm Donald Williams Robert Wiseman seniors focus future The future will reveal many new and different experiences forthe seniors ot l97l, but Joel Smith concentrates on pictures ot this yea r's activities. l59 wad" F' .1-v, ' ww. f y A ' ln, A -N wi v - ,,, . .Lk .k,, Y K kk, . , . ' , - , 'K 'v ,, ,,f 1-Z1 ' ,.. , ifciigi' Q .' 'lf ,,-4, ,r . I rf Q , -' -V 1- Zf W f 5 ssafw-gg.: Q' - ' 1 . " " ,,,f A, , , fgxgnfva, n -. if ,, df? ,-- V K - ' 3 ' A-A ' ' - f Kia -R, "4 'T 3. ' 'MARS graduation-reality As the years progress the longing to graduate becomes a reality. The feeling of graduation begins to take hold. On Recognition Day the seniors begin to realize they are the ones graduating. .lust by the simple things- getting to sit wherever you want and in the chairs, no less! As individuals are called to the front to receive awards their knees begin to knock. Then the big moment of closing the assembly- and singing the school song. As the music plays and the voices begin to sing many of the seniors find them- selves losing something on the inside which they cannot seem to understand. Following recognition comes the fun of play day, Seniors everywhere, some are in the pool, playing putt-putt, playing tennis, sunbathing, football, perhaps a game of volleyball, or stuffing those undernourished mouths. Time passes and play day comes to an end. But all the excitement isn't over yet. The very next night the reality of the Senior Prom. The looks of those at play day, then at the prom create a completely different image. With all the work and time put into the prom, the enioyment is at a climax with the music playing and the atmosphere of India. This is the close for seniors but it is the beginning ofa new world full of responsibility and acceptances. Jimmy Etheridge, Martha Cagle, and Debbie Buelow iopposite leftl begin the long wait as several seniors come forward ta receive various awards. Carla Graham Copposite right topj ac- cepts her certificate and plaque for serving as lieutenant in Highlighters while other seniors watch. Wanda and Billy Robinson iopposite centerj seem interested in the other swimmers while they take time out for a break. Jerry Mer- ritt Copposite bottoml creates a new pose for, modern sculpture with the help of James Sowders, Malcolm Frasier, Wayne Kirkpatrick, and some unknown tackler. Jimmy Ortega and Sharon Rawls ilefti add some touches of perfec- tion toward decorations for the prom, 161 class officers Lorry Leshikor, president, Judy Abel vice-president, ond Koren Kczsmiroski, secretory, were chosen for The iunior leadership. "We are Troions Through cmd Through. We're the class of '72." X- 'R " 4' l l 1 ni 'H -Q, In ,t ., W , ,, J i ,fi M,, 4, tg Z A ' 1, W dl it A " A it Jlmm V ff tr My ,J if lt 'fb A 1 ,9- UV Z! , I 5 figibn, ,J J A fm 1 ' 2 .JMX j writ , i ij ,, . H I I V4 F A -':, .- " W' sr A T f li, . 'K i I 3 W I 3 I, lfv' "I L 3,5 W L, 1 i l im ' V' 'E 4' , ,J i LQ' 9 . J i f 'Ji , xi 5 Wx E it an ' - f ' . if , 4 1 I 2 i X8 , gi ,J ww. L' R If -1: T c . 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T ,i mid T T f Linda Denard Anita Dennard John Dennis Ricky Devers Celia Dixon Bruce Donnelly Donna Dunn Bianca Duron Cathy Edge Rhonda Edwards Virginia Espinosa Joyce Estrada Cindy Fields Gary Findley Hattie Finley Philip Flares Yolando Flores Shelio Franklin Mike Frasier Floyd Frazier Ricky Freeman Billy Furrer Janie Galindo Paul Galindo Johnny Galindo Rosie Galindo Alfred Garcia Lenord Garcia Martin Garcia Ruban Garcia Saniuana Garcia Ruth Getmari Pat Gifford Danny Gilley Gary Gilmore Stephanie Goates Albert Gonzales Dora Gonzales Estella Gonzales Jesse Gonzales Tommy Gonzales Tony Gonzales Geneva Goodson Tommy Goss Martha Graston Angeline Green Kenneth Green Phyllis Griese Tony Guardiola Thomas Guerra Frank Guiterrez Thomas Gutierrez Larry Haterkamp Richard Hoberman Debbie Haigood Joyce Haigood Tim Hale Sherri Hammond David Harris Denise Harris Irene Harrison Jimmy Hartley Sharon Hassell Donald Haynes Ricky Henderson Larry Hernandez David Hill Mark Hoge Linda Holder Steve Holder Katri Holland Marilyn Horn David lvey Johnny Jackson Debbie Janca Phillip Jasso Charles Johnson Stacey Johnson Mike Jones Karen Kosmiroski Diane Kelly Janice Kent Christy Kinder Sue Kinder Carver Kirkpatrick David Klucker Elizabeth Koehler JoAnn Krollage Ricky Lebrowsky Mike Lee Larry Leshikar Cindy Locke Bobby Long Diane Long Gloria Lugo Terri Logue Joney Lopez Mike Lumpkin Diane Lynch Clifford Maddox Ricky Mahoney Joe Markhum Ronnie Marroquin Cathy Martin Darlene Martin Kenneth Martin Maiane Martin Zina Massingill Bill Motyasfik Neal McCaig Wayne McCaig Ross McCallum I66 ill 5 1 Y liiwlif, , it .1 E fi by ' lllvsl y y ,Q 2 W nw wifi . 1 Y 'Q Tw in ,as g, "A we 1' 'iw ll' L , Q L? 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'ZH' ' f- me ' , f A i I Q 'V .-9, rw A 4 Hg, X sc ' L 9 1 , 2 4 Q ,Al ' -ali . :K il, L . 7 ,I 1? , A ,i vw -r , , Q ti ' , A 9 " fk,.' enthusiastic juniors Even though this is their second year at University High School, the iuniors still responded with a great deal at spirit and excitement at the pep rallies. These people's enthusiasm has made this a memorable year. , ,v r ' ' Cheryl McCorkle f ' Q i , Q, H Donald McDowell ., Q -MQ-,i ., s ,, W - ' - . 4 A Q " ,Lf Jimmy McKeown V, M' , I i' l .fri l all , Tlm MCLOHY M ,. SN ,L , Jonny Meeker if " 1, 3 . Gary Mglum X Zfmy A 53151 ,V , , f ,V A .ml ff'-2 , "' Debbie Miller l 2, I -, Mike Miller E X 9 V "" JoAnn Mondragon ' ' 5 VV " Sophie Monioe I I - f K! Mike Moore I 'K y Bill Moran lr ' K A 7- Janice Morris . , I . az Diane Mosley l "W Connie Moss :Li V -A Ciftdv MOYGV , - 4. ' an 3 'f Sue Muller 7, I I, Luis Munos M I , , Stephanie Murdock fi K I ' ,L Patty Murphy . -rf ' . ' i fx' 7 . 1 . . , Janey Nowara N., , x i, 1 f Rita Niekomp 'Q . ,f ,.i, H1 Q Carolyn Norris ' A M, fl? I Irene Ochoo J , . I ., ry ,ik ini, Marina Olivo ' l' Q! " "lllY?ff Richard Olson X ,, 1- :jQfgf52 ,Q A f ' f Gina Olson -' ff' Q , V' Mary Olson ' V' 5' ' -"Z, Margie Ortega I H f W George Ortez -, ti i I Mary Pardo ww A y I Charles Parnell AX' g if "'f 3 ' Alan Parolini 9 I Donna Peterson I67 Diane Pittman Victor Porres Jean Pritchard Janice Putty Mary Quinones Virginia Quinones Thomas Quintero Jana Radle Barbara Rogan Jesse Rongel Nada Roper Travis Ravvlinson Pam Reed Elizabeth Reeves Ronny Region Clifford Retzer Peggy Rich Kathy Rhodes Larry Richardson Lisa Ricketts Johnny Riddle Aileen Rindorf Naomi Roberts Mike Robnett Donny Rogers lrene Romo Vickie Rooks Clayton Rounsquall Sharon Rutherford Virginia Sanchez Alvin Sanders Larry Sandlin Cathy Saulters Michaelle Schauer Peggy Schneider Janice Schroder Vicky Schrieber Rodney Schroeder Larry Scott Randy Seat Dwight Sexton Gary Seith Sammy Sexton Willie Simmons Sharon Shelton Patricia Sherry Pam Shirely Larry Smith Poula Smith Kenneth Stafford Donna Starling Barbie Stewart David Stewart Layne Stewart Steve Stinson Susan Stitz 168 -.. . 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P' 1 H 1 THQ ., z,'rsa- . i t'.JZsWK x RWM "fi 'W' Q O I v f' ri 7-Wi 2: yyyl x A :IV K V I H QQ' 5 N ll fi S 2531 Sw Y hilt . 2 iiiw K arii J it J S if if f,H-?i li,'f9' W if ' - f i if ' " L it i 'Aga V , 171, ,V :,, fi : 1 lm 5' i ff' f ' VV1 T ,T v ' " w by , g f, is 4 f - A " , T T fi f M' J' ' T Wfirx :Si 1 L I I , I , V, A 4' , , A- ,, 'A - ",,V ' T if s 157 fiig' " , 44 A rr " . L fr tr. juniors display skill Throughout the school year, juniors were called upon to display their phys- ical and mental skills to the best of their ability. Whether they did or not will be best acknowledged in the coming year when they assume the title ot "senior," 1 ,au - 5 . 4 ,fri , Q 5 rf? Bill Terry Ted Thurman Sandra Toliver Jesse Torres Sara Trautschold Phil Stratton Brenda Stringer Tom Suitt Faye Summers Shirley Summers Monica Sutton Clifford Swanner Henry Tate Jimmy Taylor Leatha Taylor Peggy Taylor Judy Teakeli Teresa Tenorio Brenda Terry varying moods People in the iunior class indulge in various moods ranging from agony to ecstasy. .4 Jimmy Tucker Dennis Tynes Vanessa Tynes Patsy Tyrone James Valentine Steve Vargo Helen Vela Henry Veracruz Carla Vrba David Vicinais James Vonblon Billy Walker Natalie Walker Gary Walts Richard Wedeking Lana Wehmeyer Roy Wells Martha White Susan White Vanessa Wienecke Melissa Williams Ted Williams Martha Willich Charles Willie Ray Willis Richard Wood Kenneth Woods Larry Wooten ...Ji , . 7 7 V ' EPM 'if ,ifs I ,v , i ' K 'Y' Q W' 'Wm 10 . ,I , t' jr ,2 I 'Tv , KW' ,nga-.1-.. r f"N"' -.,,...,- W.. ,al ,av V ' ex l'i' ,V fy ' Zfffzsf s ft f if 1 ' M ang ,. T- N V 'rp W i s , M iii , .1 is s , . g iii . X VN a . in if A TZ V, . 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I mf + A , A 4 - V' L ' 1. , X ' ' ' L W 3', f , 5 . :e , -1, ' X ..'-!-- 4 L ' if ga nk A V '-f . , - A + Y 5 A A H- bg- , ',--- wig?i,i,Q:aWs6if:w.H 1522-3'.'3pS'.qif'T'Z7?5Rf-14 V" Q 5 ,R sophomore leaders Serving as class officers are Larry Green, president, Richard Arellano vice-president, and Brenda Corrigan, secretary, "We know that you shall never see a class as great as 73" was chosen by the sophomore students as their class yell. 1 ,,,. gulf VXA 1 s -:sm 'ins vm -, 'V ,, ,K 1 'ff ff Q Q 1 Q .iw Q rt' 5 41 i 0 Q A i Z at f If ly Wf' A K ap ' ,QW W , Q . v, f if A 1 'X ' 'if in , y A , ,. , , V We J 4 I' 4 . 2: 'Lv fit V - Pam v di fir I ,'rf,::::z:' 1 'iff 1 ' f Al .f7.z9,v' V , , K f "v, , ' ' S W 5, 4.2 -x 1 if W bi, l' i if yi J I ' ,, , :fu V, 1 f iff 1 t K by All tit 1 V . A , , ' it ' . :s ,':.,, , - , X ,W 4 W I 4 I MQ W.. 'VS J.. f lf 29 .JA f 'ft Qlif fp, J ' will Ev 4' my X72 , Q . it I l lv l A ll' H ,J f t 1, JW rg , 41, sf M I B i I 'lf f 1 V . Q . u ll " , v . 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L L by A I 'W Y l ' ,fl WU .qty -sv My ,f-1 xf Annie Mae Akers Cornelius Alexander Dudley Allen Cynthia Allgood Sam Allgood Jose Alonzo Joe Amaro Brenda Anderson Gwen Anderson Louis Arechiga Richard Arellano James Attaway Blanche Bagley Robert Bagley Cathy Banks Theresa Barrett Joel Bates Parks Baucom David Beaty Ben Becerra Clinton Belcher Abraham Beltran Wanda Bennett James Benson Tommy Bighorn Celeste Boden Alfred Bogans Karen Bond Patricia Bottoms Charles Bramlet Barry Briggs Grady Briggs Linda Brittain Brenda Brown Mary Jane Brown Rhonnie Brown Tina Brown Jenita Brownlow Clay Bruce Earl Brummet Deborah Butkin Lynn Bulmahn Edwin Burrage Lana Burroughs Marshall Butler David Campbell Ruby Campos Jayme Cantu Richard Carbaial Coco Carpenter Terry Carpenter Brenda Carrigan Debbie Cassell Domingo Castillo Alice Chappell Delores Chavez 173 Hope Chavez Tony Chavez Jeffrey Christian David Clark Lorene Clark Mae Cleveland Sheila Clifton Royce Cogburn Sandra Collier Bobby Collins Cynthia Combs Donna Connally Bonnie Conner James Cook Geneva Cortez Billy Crawford Sherry Crews Dana Crye William Cummings John Curry David Dalrymple Greg Daniell Charlene Daniels Gary Darby Mary Darden Gail Davis Phillip Davis Ruth Davis Donnie Decker Jacqueline De Grate Janie De-leon Leo Deleon Keith Denman William Denny Howard Devereaux Lyndelle Devereaux Robert Dillard David Dishner Albert Dodd Pam Dudley Nell Dunkin Howell Dunlap ' Mary Dunn Basil Eddy Calvin Edwards Cecil Edwards Melody Edwards Don Elliott Sarah England Leo Enriquez Sammy Erlanson Jerry Eskew Robert Espinoza Joseph Etheredge Sharon Euloank Pam Ewing 174 2 NM, if J A W .35 23 fat we ? ne 47 .fa B K ' ff it V 4 ' U . i ' ,E J 1 -' 1, graft vi L' . Y iii? y Z X ...f ,: 'W 'wtf' 5, ' - ' fs, fi ry., , 1 1 -f 'X-.gk V f In is .2 , 1 nn Q ' ' fi, 151 , l ,A f t: -4 I V , . e . has gg - i it W F ,f ,.w,., E 'iv f ff X ' ii 1, e-I , .2 - 1 f 4 1 9 a ,I Q5 ' ,, .,i, s S 7 1 "i , ' S nf F. -'zf fl? E, fm 1, af W 4 f , , ,fx 1 if . W , , . ' ' ' 1 ii ' 1 i f , J rrrr 'W'lvvwm. Sl r W f v V' L if X 1' A - , ,, .M ng , 3 2- 'Pl .f x I I I lfof "' L 7 .,, 1 , w i wifi . - A , in 2. it WJ' f 73 . V' W H ' f K 92 ' .32 , N4 I - f ' W w, W ! f , , ,Mi Vi' . ul . ., -f flaw, gy m :Q V I, i I 1 if QF 4? , X ,av uf my ' w wf i Z -41' Wm fi, 1' Z 4 'Wf ,, . ii Q? 231 ' .1 'Y ff! ,Q if 1 ii -5 'Q 'Q , .fE, H V.'i'f 1' ' Q rar, f gy f X f' ,-if ' Lil: V in 54:7 i we .. if ' . , 4 . , , fi 6 ,,,, E , ? 53,7 L Q ig 4? l i 4 5 l . . X 1. fy., Wu j , ' ef Ll sims' i if My if fi I iii 4 3 lx jg, -- i . .,,. I ,- 5 1 A V, - , K A, 4 If fl 4 , M' ' ' 22 11? 'I A y, Tarn! f f I if ' ' ,fa M i if 414: 43' W 2' i wry gk H 'fri . F' W -Ayr , I -Hffhi, ,ri , N, if 9 l I xi ag, ggi vv,, 'V - .E if 1 Ati F N1 if il 1 nf ' 7 r fi? F M ,I X f 5'- Armando Faiardo Jesse Faiardo Lloyd Farmer Jack Faubion Tempest Faulkner Nelson Finley Clark Flowers Paul Folkner Virginia Ford Paula Francis Danny Freeman Donna Furrer Eva Gamez Billy Gann Debra Gann James Garcia Juanita Garcia Samuel Garcia Velma Garcia Yolanda Garcia Felix Garibay Siacy Garner Guadalupe Garza Ed Gelson Glenn Gelimeyer Janice Gilleland Pamela Gilley David Golden Richard Golden Arnaldo Gonzales Carolyn Gonzales Joe Gonzales Joe Gonzales John Gonzales Pat Gonzales sophomore schedules creafe confusion All of the excitement and fear That goes along with the change from iunior high To high school can be seen in the faces of sophomores during the fall days of high school. Many sopho- mores often find Themselves lost in The confusion of The flexible schedule. 175 Charlotte Goolsbee Louis Gore Kim Goss Steven Grams William Graves Bettie Gray Larry Green Benny Guaiardo lsabel Guardiolo lgancio Guerreva Mary Gulley Rosita Gutierrez Stephen Gutierrez Elizabeth Hague Viola Hamilton Jett Hampton Nancy Harris David Hartley Laura Herbelin Violet Herchman Abraham Hernandez Rudolph Hernandez Virginia Hernandez Theodore Hights Darlene Hogan Wesley Hogan Billie Holcomb James Holcomb Nancy Holt Gaylan Hood John Horan Claudia Horner Linda Hudgens William Hudson Franz Hyland Debra Ivey Darlene Ivy Paula Jiles Raymond Jeminez George Jiminez Brenda Johnson Loyce Johnson William Johnson David Keese Marshall Kelinske Melvin Kemp Richard Kennon Danny Kent Pamela Kent James Kersey Susan Kidwell Johnny Kinder Jean King William Kitchens Darrell Klucker Cynthia Knight 76 , R. 3 ' ' R 3 ' ' fl! A A fl 4 , l ll L, s IR! ' L eg K s -.. X . m ' fi L, N' .. Q if Q t G "9 N , to if if J ,U 1 A fi 'Q l Le.: r si 5 fi ni i f A it - wil t 1 I l .A sy . 3 ' il x sa, tw sr -S.: ii" L. L J 'll 1 .J fr-w W. ' ' ii' - 5 ' . L L Nfl 3 ' if f L v 35' 1 f - K l J L J l 1 ' ,':v4 - - J L .. t I 1 i i n g f f- L LL We L 'Q 33" i 59 39 L . X rs..' it l it L Q , NL f fc sf rfttitf Lz.es.Lb,L-y 1 J ' ii ' J 1' 4 ' 1' has V, ,L L , ,A - -- .hge sf.- , , .. 'C ,LL .L - .- L L- L -. Lt if 'rre it . F i' R . E ffl 1 L L ct is N ,A gg SM .. ., :sr XL :EE j -- ' r Q rr 1, fe -ff V 1 '-.J as q fe Q rer 1 L f L J j' ' A L7 e- 'Zio ee-e J 4 2 Hi L , f H 'wif' ii as f - " "ii 'Q L. ' emu Q 'f .E ' gg L 3. t S f N f u K ft. , ,.. 9 . Vrk T v S e Y'w L- . LLL . L Lf X L LJ ii f f T A . ' J 5 l J l Q f k ,ng V, ,, gy V . ,yi , . flgztg, ,V r f , E,, 1 4 :fi uh ' I .7 2 gi if ' I ,J Q I L Q if V 7 gk ,, , s 2 - ,, - , , l. 5 892 ' -p v" sl' classroom activities For sophomores each classroom has varying activities. These activities, many times, include such features as students teaching class, group discus- sions, lectures, and working in- dividually at your own rate ot speed. y ,it 1 Q 4, '55 5. E Michael Koehler l V 'V I V ' ' : . Barbie Koller 'A 5 f , VV l -' ' Herbert Kroll is . L i A Ronnie Kruger ' L gi fimyl L 'riss.. g if 'ciccy :lj , V Michael Lambert ' J ,i ' 4 'L 5 ' Vickie l-Une 1 - r -rs- K' ff ff if sirr' V Mary Lerma lf' - is 'E' 7 Ns My J , t "' " W 6 In , ' l N 1 , . rw rg", I , 2 f fr w J ,,, N x , I fn 1 , H , V ' , , 4 fir Q s L 45 ' si? 52 , it yy, V . Z gh, X MN Y' ' ,ft Q 'i 5 5 ZZ T k A, in 1, -V 5 azxgfv Q Yi 1, Wt, Kai M if :J Robyn Lillard Richard Limback Terry Linder John Lippert Eugene Lockhart Deborah Lang Barbara Lopez IW car 44 Faye Lopez - W K V A Frank Lopez -A Gloria Lopez Jesse Lopez Natibida Lopez Janet Lumpkin James Lykins Irene Maciel Rodney Mack .. Mark Malone A' ,Ii I Randy Mangham 1' Charlotte Mangham 2 Delores Marquez -f Barbara Martin Jerry Martin K ' Perry Martin K ' .-v Librada Martinez Stella Martinez Margie Mata Darrel McCaig Milton McCown 'I77 Kaye McClinton Dianne McCurdy Eddie McDow Larry McFadden Marilyn McFarlen Donald McLennan Brenda Melton Gloria Mendoza Beth Mills Susan Mitchell Ernest Montelango Brenda Moon Mary Moreno Vicki Morin Bobby Morris Jeanne Morrow Terri Muhlman Janet Munos Ronald Murphy Billy Nabors Fayla Newman Cynthia Nichols Tony Nichols Debbie Niles Jesse Norman David Nyander Gary Nystrom Carolyn Ochoa Diane Ogilvie Phillip Olivo Linda Olson Joe Olvera Isaias Olvera Diana Overby Patricia Pack David Padgett David Page Brenda Page Cynthia Parnell Joy Parnell Patricia Patterson Dale Paulson Gary Peebles Sandra Pena Pamala Perkins Rhonda Petty Gloria Phillips Mary Pirelo Pamela Plemons James Pollack Kathy Popham Marvin Puryear Larry Pusteiovsky Vicky Putman Velia Quintanilla Ann Raines 178 'Q A V .3 PEA? 'tw . , . 1 . . ff A 1 'Jaw' 'Q is .. i t I J i fs- 'M , 'fm 31 "' t if J .J , L.. . . 2 1 1 , 4 2 J J 1 4, 5' 1' is 1 J ii"ffJf i ..., wi i s,t, J ,I A Y .' ' , w I J., ill - 2 'la ,hifi f r'- r if Q . A, J 7 Q .fl -if .f V 1 I - it 1- J f iff f f ,Q 1,2 3 J f if 5,1 fm b e-1' 'ff . .J lf i v J M11-JJ A is 1- Jfav Q' lr ' 5 J .1 s ik ,Ks -1? 'a X fi ,V . J Jzf "J?.JJff ll Ji is i Q P Ji J ,rffiil L " ' ' A J f s,'f QMJ J, A Z , ' J f p s. J' if if f J 49 K X sy Y 50 if J iy,s,si J ifj f J! "'- ,JR ' N. ,i 51 W si iij 7 s 2 f ,M J ' J . J ,vihs J I I - I JV 3? wf J et 4' f- ' f J: Q 1 ' Z"?iA??if .1 M is 'ig A ig I J f J f ff if J, J 1 'W A V. , J J iii? Ji' .Jihy J N 'if 1 vi ll 'V l. I F J l'3i'i'ffJ f. J SJ il , ' fi f- L J f i"' ' rj siii isti J' 9 ,ff ' ' 1551-' :L X1p'll' ..l!.XX!" x. if 1 v 'saw f A WF v f d 5 all s 6 if 'Yr 1 .f J J ,.., Q, F Vi , . J W wif' 1' 5. P J 5 'if' f K! M J Lzzink I f X ,,,' 'IQ 4 J f J it 3 J J"J J A V 1- J ,Af y Ji f" .,'v a J ' f gif f' ii' V J J i f .,.,.i 2 J 1 , I J . JJ J gy ' iii J Ji Y it JJ , .1 'Q ' , Ji if J JJ', . J' JJJJJ ,J . J 1 5 .,,,. JV JJ . x JS 2 A ft i fl sm fir 1 is l E '3 g .yi , - f' x EY f 3 3? .,, , , ' vw , . 6 T S , 1, l 5 '19 l5f' i ' f 5 " l N. ,., Q V 4 li? , ff ri ff R , 'Vi ' 7 as in 1 2,9 ,Q 1 .1 kr X s I i f 'S- . .. Helen Rampy if 5 wif Mike Raney ' , f' Cynthia Reese 3 illh Barbara Reid l 4 Linda Rei I ,if i Jerry Reed d Patricia Rendon . , 'Qu Renee Reyes f W K ' Joe Reyna :J Danny Rice Q Jerry Richard Linda Richards V Jeffery Riley fjzff : Kathy Rivers ' ' sitf :Fi 5' 5 '52, X " fa . . .Q N' V. ,, .,i. . Q 'E ra Q L ew wa. ? ,mf Alfred Rodrig uez N'ii Mary Rodriguez R 7 Paul Roma Irene Rosas Norman Rosentrefer Steven Rosentrerer ,J 5' ff fb Janet Robnett r I f 5 sv .M nw 1 ' Alvin Royals Q lx IJ 'Q r , f Marisela Rubio patient sfudenfs show diligence All sophomores had To learn That high school is much harder than school in the past. They suddenly found Them- selves sfudying long hours and on their own. Sophomores must quickly learn That more is required of them. 179 Robert Ruiz Elaine Rushing Barbara Ryno Patsy Sabins Gilbert Salazar Yolanda Sanchez Derrill Sanders Vicki Sanders Valente Santos Shelia Saulter Marcia Saulters Louis Scarborough James Schwartz Lottie Scott Blanca Segovia Billy Selman Gerald Sevick Mary Shoeklee John Shrum Pam Sims Brenda Smith Bruce Smith Cindy Smith Gayrelle Smith Marvin Smith Cherrell Spencer Susan Sprague Marsha Stewart Diane Stitz Ronnie Stodghill James Stolsworth Faye Sustaita Carol Tankersley Peggy Taylor Donald Temples Mary Terry Dicque Thomas Larry Tillis Johnny Tindell Thomas Tipton Larry Tunmire Ronald Tye Carol Vasquez Domingo Vasquez Urbano Vasquez Bobby Vaughn Benny Veracruz Reyes Veracruz George Vickrey Linda Villanueva David Vrba Connie Walker Gregory Walker Geraldine Wallace Clayton Waller Terry Walling 180 fs ,U 'fa A it fi , -A ' '5 ' 5 I . le' l . -'-'il' it I7 ..-4, gr 2 iff AA J TJ, i e 'DG I ,.. , - 33 3, 0 J , iiii. 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T A , , x' if 5 is ' 1 ' . ,ual is J 7 J N I Q' is " J" ii" T pm 1 ,- 14. -' - W. fy,-g . I T . s t if-L 4' lr, A 'f , , ,L ll gl s ' 'f' A ll,, ' t Zilt f' " iii ll - 1 ' "ii l ' , Q? I i W eq., ,X 2 +. r If ,. V -ls A 'M J 17!?i2?l?"tlfs everyday experiences Each day brought new and exciting experiences for the sophomores at Uni- versity High School. These experiences have made a definite mark in the lives and minds of these people, which will last forever. X , V Fw 1 , A H 1 ' pas. s ' ' ' I Y . .mn ...ri any Liam 1 - X I 'gags , H lgu V . i A l . wif i i -fe , '. f hcl 1 ge Qx il 1 :4 f lv B A ., I , . if-xi 5- x VV . 12 .1 , 5 ' ' V 7 n '- gl 1, haf ' Gregory Walton , V ' .l J If , W , Tommy Walts """M A' l' C L! , l ii.-7 , Deborah Warren 5 v " f by i Thecla Warren l Y Qyjff xx 1: I I K, K Tommy Washington 5 ' V ' f , ' I Yvonne Wolkms , , ,f ,,,f :, Sharon Weeks David Westerfield V Linda Westphal Maru Wheeler William Wilbanks Susan Wilkins Shelia Williamson Rose Willis " 'V 1, W IQ9-2-- H K L 5' 5 is l Buck Wilson :' r,.. ff - , f , - 1 1-1 I g r 9 .Q , 'ff N! Q: V9 - A l . V Mark Wolfe . - ., J, VV 5 5. ,F - . -.. , , - , J .. , , I I "5 I he 'VA ,, W W V 14 Beverly Woods 'tc ij ' , If .-f if - fi f, -' I I' A X , ,. V Sandra Wooten ' , H I David Wright ' r ' A ,HQ ' ' Wanda Wright 181 0 5 Oo Q O K V A , ' . . ' " ,. 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Valley Mills Phone 756-0931 A Waco, Texas og e s North Valley Mills Dr. Powgrs 754-5611 Embroidery 19th and Park Lake Drive Lettering of 753-7911 Alllypes 3301 Memorial Dr. 754-2498 Giving S 8: H Green Stamps Highlighter models a blouse lettered by Powers. EEUU 1 'ii Meet and Eat HEALTHBURGER at the l, as as HEALTH Genuine Mexican Foods HEQN THE CIRCLMP Delicious American Dishes Steaks - Seafood SALESMAN'S WESTWEW SAMPLE ounfr BOWLING LANES 4306 Memorial Dr. 4565 W. Waco Drive 752-9431 Phone 772-6600 Men's Wear Sample , Learn to Bowl Classes SOM, gn AmeriCg'5 Advanced Bowling Clinics MOST Fgmous Bowling Parties Bmnds, ,D 5, ,' , Ask About Save 352 To 'K v l Aronson less Rodle's Home Furnishing Center Lake Brazos Inn 1701 N. Valley Mills Drive 772-7370 V2 mile oft LaSalle on Asa Drive Famous Barbecue Lake Air Records Gibson's Lake Air Center And Pharmacy 753-5711 Waco, Texas Waco. . .3400 Franklin . . . 754-5693 N Bellmead, 134-155 Eastgate Plaza 799-0253 Clifton . . .621 W. 5th. . .675-8313 Phone 753-9787 Open 7 Days a Week Good Luck Congratulations Seniors ,71 Ice Money Orders Picnic Items Seniors Ch Master Charge McCall Begin? Eifotle Salon - . a Cooks Beverly Hills M Gow Trmg,e 534 A New Road 772-9406 Grocery 772-8200 Fresh Meats Fresh Vegetables or B00k Nook POUI1-ry . I wt :,, swf. Barbecue and 225 Lake Air Freezer Specials Center Q Free Delivery I Waco, 753-2014 4306 lV1erT1OrlC1l E 9 t Serving Central Drive E EE Texas with THR HK Y books tor the entire family Waco 1 'J 186 754-O53 l Compliments of Central Texas Bus Lines 320 S. Toth Bus. Phone Home Phone A e O in bod 753-3697 753-8425 r y u need ot a car!! D J. L. Martin Motors If so see . Waco Datsun l4l5 Franklin Avenue 5th 81 Washington Wholesale 8. Retail Selling Dependable Used Cars Waco, Texas Maternity Wardrobe 246 Town West Center, Waco Now-A complete line ot baby furniture and baby shower gifts. Ask about our baby shower discount plan. Phone 752-299i Res. 662-3593 Compliments ot Shook's Drive In Grocery Open 7 to TO Weekly 26th Speight T In Temple 8. Killeen, too Oiho G' Shook Waco' SXOS 30 DEER!- Bank Financing Guaranteed Cars al' Milf' Larry P. Rosamond Cars Cox Machinery Company, Inc. Dealing in clean Phone 756-5467 late-model quality cars l6Ol LaSalle B.W. Cox Jr. Waco, Texas 2020 Franklin Ave. 754-446i T87 Mid State Builders, Inc. Competition Sales Speed and Custom Shop 37l7 Franklin 7l4 Columbus Avenue. WMO' Texas 7'57l O Waco, Texas 756-5471 "A Complete Remodeling Service Hays Clutches Holly Corburators My Gasket Kits Mallory Dist. Ports Hookers l-leaders Hurst Ports 754-2 l 5 l COMPLIMENTS OF O'GRADY CONTAI N ERS, INC. Manufacturer ot CORRUGATED CONTAINERS Made to Your Specifications of Quality Material GEO. "Dub" MOORE, Mgr, 200 LaSalle Waco, Texas 76703 Ca l I-754-5468 754-5469 ,CV ! F O U R ' C The C OLLEGE Commercial With The i' ig, i'-.ii III1 llllltll College D I W X Atmosphere oug as eaver Rare Coin Co. Not Crowded v- Occupy Entire Bldg. Air Conditioned by Carrier Visit Four-C Before You Enroll Wm. L. Baine, MBA, President 205 North Sth St. - Waco - 756-2032 522 Golden Triangle 188 PORTRAITS WEDDINGS COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CHARLESWORTH CO Mp ANY PHOTOGRAPHERS "Congratulations Senior s" SALES AND SERVICE 511 So. 8th Street Waco, Texas 1800 LASALLE ST. WACO, TEXAS 76706 BROOKVIEW FLOWER SHOP Waco, Texas GOLDIE MOODY PL 2-0565 IWA- . l'C"- -P RICHARDS 3321 Brook Circle V Waco, Texas 76707 Q EQUIPMENT COMPANY 910 Franklin TEXAS POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility. Studies show a majority of girls who learn to cook on an electric range in home economics classes hope they will always have an electric range to cook on! Among the reasons they give for elec- tricity's popularity are "lt's cleaner, heat is more accurately controlled, it's more modern, and gives you all the newest cooking conveniences, like the self-cleaning oven. " A new electric range is so efficiently designed it cooks the food, not the air around it - and keeps your kitchen cooler. With t V A automatic controls, it'll even cook your oven meals 1 while ou're awa from home. En'o the eas y Y A J y Y' Frances Guerra believes in cooking the modern woy. modern way to cook. loin the others who say "It's an electric range for me - from now on!" 189 K- xxe Spurgeon Jewelry AUZELL'S FABRIC Southgate Center PL 4- 7441 SOUTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER I 1419 Southgate Finest Quality Fabrics Class Rings i' la 3 ! A of uk" iw. For Those Special Days , . . 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Shopping Center 772- 1320 Waco, Texas Complimems of The Brazos System9 5 ss BRAZOS ELECTRIC POWER COOPERATIVE, INCORPORATED HOME OFFICE: VVACO, TEX!-XS W X Dani Mggwg 0 1115 I THE 1 -AT WET l0li111 u e e n S AND 0 'HI NO. 1-1025 W. wow 01, 752-3051 2 o 0 No. 2-201 901145515 cn. 772-4502 WILD --3 O S NO. 3-3501 Bellmeod 01. 799-5051 o . , NO. 4-1313 vouey Mills Dr 7550391 oNE . .. 5 1 O 'X Ocahons No. 5-3530 N. 19 753-2111 NO. 5-3211 Robinson Dr. 552-2301 QQQQQQQ E 0 LD s IVI CJ 13 1 LE EE:P'll ' 5:2 191 E s.. 1 I ' 'fl' , fam gif ' M" lf 1 1 I 1 1. I A 8. W ROOT BEER lOl5 N. Valley Mills 3193121 773 -4040 1300 W. Waco Dr. HILL PRINTING 81 ARMSTRONGIS STATIONERY CO. CLASS RINGS BY THE VVORI.D'S FINEST CRAFTSMAN "SERVICE SINCE 1880" 5045 Franklin Ave., Waco 772-7123 J L Q C1 M Y F d T LOUTHERBACK GROCERY 81 MARKET LAKE AIR LANES Phone 752-8271 46100 q B If Y 1-1111 1015 DARTMOUT1-1 Waco, Texo 7671 1 Pick 0 puck of H Solufin Closs U 1 Dr THE DR. REPPER CO er 6 BOTTLE 'J CARTON 120 Ville: Dr. Woco, Texos O l if , HENSON PRINTING 81 SUPPLY CO. 2912 Fromklin Ave. Phones 752-2537 752-2538 P. O. Box 3123, Colonial Sfotion WoCo,Texos 76707 1516 LaSalle Waco, Texas D011-Hwdv HUQlW E-HSHSOV1 752-6661 'l Sho? at FABBRE JEWELERS 4.. thin 5 5 I3 ,ky-' -2,1 .7 Qlsuleer- , W1 6 -f "" 6 - our HI y mllurm Senior Ring lllllf 1 V'-:nj M ,-si-,f Qkglggill, SQ' 35 3 COCA-COLA 1 , UAW 1 COMPANY Brookview Hills Shopping Center 1201 Austm Ave .L , 'f '30"l '., 9 i ""' ""' 6 ,A ff xv f, Q 'Y I I PREPARATION 'H , N' vw I- An excellent education is your best assurance of a productive Q 17 Q Of future. Baylor is proud ofthe many University High School s 3 h W I graduates who have chosen to continue their education here. l 115:79 , N X! , ' Y 1 , we , i ll , 4 V 1 1 P gi 1 1 1 QQ wwf BAYLOR 1' , a?'D,'6j'::ccZq9f67k"EA 9 1 ll 58 "2flExAf. P UNIVERSITY l xx Y C3 7.570339 'l Il 1 l : Waco, Texas L , l ' zz.- b H l ll l P ll FE MILK COMPANY Phone Franklin 752-5537 at 17th "CONGRATULATIONS SENIORSH uw THE ff PROGRESS - 1 COMPLIMENTS OF vm H , 'WH ' l 1, 5 NNE CLOVERLEAF TEXACO """f""y LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS FUR STORAGE "The Progress Way Pleases' H Ill WWW' 0 MZ' ..- Home Town Fresh PAUL'S SHOE SERVICE OR TH OPEDIC PR ESCRIPTIONS FILLED CHILD LIFE SHOES 1217 N. 25th St. Waco, Texas Phone PL 2-7731 HARMON Cleaners 111 So, Valley Mills Dr. 753-7281 GOLDSTEIN-MIGEL CO. WHERE SHOPPING IS . . A FAMILY AFFAIR Downtown Lake Air George Munos' Service Sfafion 4725 Memorial Drive "Congratulations Seniors" May the Knowledge You Achieved afU.l-1.3. Bring You Happiness and Success. 194 1 I -v ABERNATHY, ALTON GAA, Beau, Junior Class Fav. , Mr. Cupid nominee, Track, Football, Let- terman, All-District Football, Re- gional Track, 106,108, 109, 147 ALANIZ, MARGOT 147 ALDERSON, SH ERR1 E DE 148 ALLISON, MONTEA GAA, PE Asst., Representative Stu- dent, PE., Baylor Sports Day Team, Girls' City Track Team. 102, 106, 121, 147 ASHLEY, GLORIA Future Homemakers Club, Library Asst. 147 BAILEY, PHYLLIS Highlighters, Best Performer, FHA, GAA, Crafts Asst. 82, 106, 147 BATES, RHODA Highlighters, Best Performer, Student Council, Typing Club, GAA, Spring Festival Princess, Typing Asst. 82, 106, 114, 147 BATSON, MARK Key Club, Vice-Pres., Youth For Christ, Pres., Thespian Club, Student Council, Citizen of the Month, Most Representative Student Council Member, Drama All-Star Cast, UIL Play Contest, 14, 38, 42, 108, 109, 114,117,121,128 BEHRINGER, TAFFIE 141 BEKKEN, KATHY 147 BELLRI NG ER, BRUCE 138, 147 BENNETT, KENNETH Football, Basketball, 147 BENTLEY, PHYLLIS Gamma Sigma, Future Homemakers of America, Sec,, Office Asst. 116, 140, 147 BERRIOS, RANDY Crafts Asst. 147 BEST, WILLIAM RENE Stage Band, Choir. 147 BLACK, CANDY Highlighter, Captain, Spirit Club, GAA, WOODEN HORSE, FHA, Pres. 82, 83,117,147 BLACKSH EAR, CONNIE FINDLEY Gamma Sigma, Track Team. 150 BLASS1 NGAM E, ROG ER 138, 147 BOOD, ROBERT Student Council, Bowling Club, Chemistry Asst. 70, 114, 147 BOSWELL, DIANE FHA, Highlighters, Office Asst, senior index BOUNDS, LARRY Stage band, Interscholastic League, Ist Division, All District Band, All Region Band, All State Symphonic Band, John Phillip Sousa Music Award. 147 BRAZIL, RICHARD I.. Officials Club. 147 BREEDLOV E, JOHNNY 147 BRlDGER,JUDY Highlighter, Band, FHA. 82, 119, 140, 148 BROCK, DAVID 148 BROWN, CAROL ANN National Honor Society, Sec., GAA, YES, Co4Chairman, Pan Am Club, Office Asst. PE Asst. GirI's Volleyball Team, Baylor Olympic Team 2nd place UIL Spelling and Plain Writing, Drama Club, Discussion Club, Chal- lenge Team. 76, 106, 110, 121, 129, 148 BROWN, MICHAEL Band, Stage Band, Biology Asst. 119, 148 BRYANT, J.L, Spirit Staff. 110 BUCKNER, J ESSIE 148 BUELOW, DEBBIE 25,11O,148,160 BULLOCK, BRENDA Gamma Sigma, FHA. 140, 148 BURNS, STEVE Key Club. 108, 148, 158 CADDELL, ROGER Football, Basketball, Baseball, Of- ficials Club, Most Representative, Baseball, 98, 148 CAGLE, MARTHA Gamma Sigma, FTA, Highlighters, Student Council, Biology Assit. 70, 82,114,116,142,148,16O CAMPBELL, DEBORAH Gamma Sigma, DE. 138, 148 CANADAY, MIKE 122, 148 CANADAY, WAYNE Auto Mechanics, Pres. 148 CARLISLE, SH ERR1 E 148 CARTER, DWAYNE Art Club, NHS, V.-Pres, Art Scholar- ship, Annual Staff, Prom Committee, Discussion Club. 74, 77, 112, 129, 136, 148 CHANDLER, REGINA Art Club. 137, 148 CH I LDRESS, BOBBY 148 CLEMMONS, JUDY Junior Gamma Sigma, GAA, Home- coming Queen Nominee. 23, 71, 148 CLEVELAND, EMMA 148 CLEVELAND, ROY LEE 148 COHN,JERRY 41,114,148 COLLINS, DEBRA FHA, Typing Asst. 131, 140, 148 COLLINS, SANDRA FHA. 148 COOK,CATHEY Highlighter Lt., GAA, Nominee, Homecoming Queen, Spring Festival Queen, FHA: Office Asst,, Annual Staff. 23, 34, 82, 106, 148 COPELAND, CHARLOTTE 131, 148 CUMMINS, REBECCA 148 CUNNINGHAM, oicicif Key Club. ios, 149 CURNUTT, MELINDA Gamma Sigma, V-Pres., Track, Volleyball, Student Council, report- er, Favorite Finalist, GAA, V-Pres., Lt., Highlighters, Editor, Wooden Horse, Homecoming Princess, Best All-Round Girl, Citizen of the Year, Most Representative, GAA, PE Asst., Most Congenial Highlighter, Citizen of the Month. 23, 32, 41, 42, 70, 82, 106,114,117,149 CURRY, JANNETTE Gamma Sigma, Track Team, Typing Asst., Office Asst. 149 CURRY,JESSE Key Club, Bowling Club. 108, 109, 138, 149 DANDRIDGE, ROWDY VICA Club. I49 DAVIS, BETTY Spirit Club, Library Asst., Most Representative Student, Social Studies, FHA, Student Council. 75, 1 14, 149 DEAN, PAUL 149 DE LAROSA, STEVEN Officials Club, Cupid Nominee, Foot- ball, Baseball. 89, 98, 149 DELOACH, KAY Choir, FTA, Youth for Christ, Vocal Club, Student Council, Highlighters, Editor '71 SPIRIT. 21, 112, 114, 133, 149 DEMPSEY, JERRY 64, 122, 149 DENNARD, BUDDY Student Council, V-Pres., Football, Basketball, Baseball, Champion Table Tennis, Citizen of Month. 40, 149 DEW, KENNETH Basketball. 94, 149 DI EHL, KATHRYN 149 DORRI S, JOHNNY 149 DORSEY, JENNIFER Spirit Club, FTA, FHA, Thespian. 127, 140, 142, 149 DOSSETT, BELINDA Gamma Sigma, Student Council. 23, 140, 149 DUARTE, SYLVIA 149 DYER, BEVERLY ECKOLS, PAMELA FHA, Typing Club. 66, 149 ENGELKE, RITA FHA, Track. 141, 149 ENRIQUEZ, JOHN 122, 149 ESKEW, MIKE 98, 149 ESPINOSA, DAN 149 ETHEREDGE,JIMMY Key Club, YES, 110, 150, 160 FELAN, LUCY FHA, Pan American, VICA, 45, 139, 150 FELKN ER, RHONDA Annual Staff, Highlighter, FHA, Pres., PE Asst. 62, 82, 150 FERRELL, GARY 121, 150 FORD, SUE GAA, Pres., Student Council, Citizen of the Month, Track, Volleyball, Baylor Playday, Tennis, Best Dressed Soph. Girl, Junior Class V-Pres., Homecoming Princess, PE Award for Most Athletic Girl, Editor, Wooden Horse, Co-head Cheerleader, Spirit Club. 23, 40, 82, 102, 106, 108, 114, 150 FRASIER, MALCOLM Field and Stream, Sec., Track, Foot- ball, Basketball, YES. 110, 150, 160 FRONEK, SUSAN 150 GABRIEL, JANIS spam Club, FHA. iso GAMBOA, ERNEST 150 195 GAMBOA, MARY Pan American Club. 150 GANN, SH EILA Choir, FTA, Student Council. 114, 129, 150 GARCIA, RAPHEAL DE. 138, 150 GARRETT, NELLIE 150 GARZA, VICTOR Pan American Club, Pres., DE Award, 138, 150 GATES, JULIE Gamma Sigma, Vice-Pres., FTA, Student Council, Crafts Asst., Thes- pian Club.70, 114,131,150 GETMAN, RALPH Track, Football, 44, 89, 150 GILMORE, DOUG VICA, Officials Club. 139, 150 GONZALES, JUANITA FHA, Spirit Club, Choir, Girls Glee. 127,136, 140,150 GONZALES, VICKIE GAA, Highlighters, Crafts Asst. 106, 150 GOOLSBEE, JEANNE Gamma Sigma, Sophomore Class Vice-Pres., Soph. Favorite, Nominee, Jr. Favorite Nominee, Homecoming Nominee. 23, 140, 150 GOSS, DALE Basketball 59, 94, 150 GRACE, SANDRA FHA. 150 GRAHAM, CARLA Soph, Sec., Student Council, Parl., Hist., Gamma Sigma, GAA, High- lighters, Lt., National Honor Society, Homecoming Queen nominee, P.E. Asst., Speech. 23, 32, 74, 82, 106, 114,1l7,129,150,160 GRANGER, DAWN Royal Charaliers, Girls Glee, GAA, Secretary, SPIRIT STAFF, Spirit Club, FTA, Dist. President, Secretary, Soph- omore Favorite, Junior Favorite Nominee, Citizen of Month, Home- coming Princess, PE Asst., Cheer- leader, Co-Head, Student Advisory Committee, Student Council, March of Dimes Drive, Tennis Team, Most Beautiful Sophomore. 18, 19, 23, 42, 70, 80, 81,106, IO7,112,114,132, 136, 143, 150 GREEN, LEONARD President Senior Class, Student Council, Sgt. at Arms, Football, co- captain, Baseball, 1971 Who's Who Among American High School Stu- dents, Best All Around. 30, 32, 40, 86, 89,114,146,15O GREGORY, STEVE Field 81 Stream Club, Sr. Favorite Finalist. 30, 34, 117, 124, 149, 150 196 GRISHAM, VICKYE FTA, Vice-Pres., Pres, District Cor- responding Sec., Student Council, Treas., Most Enthusiastic Soph., Bowling Club, YFC, DAR Sr, Award, Choir, Sec., UIL Solo Division, 77, 114,116,133,136,142,143,150 GRUBE, STEVE German Club, Key Club, Thespian, Drama Club, Football. 66, 89, 116, 121, 150 GUDERIAN, GARY Choir, Stage Crew. 36, 132, 134, 151 GU ERRA, FRANCES FHA, GAA, Baylor Play Day, Homecoming Princess, P.E. Asst. 23: 82,140,151 HABERMAN, EARL ICT, VICA, 139 HAGAR, CYNTHIA 151 HAIGOOD, DOUG Auta-Mechanics, Treas., Parl., VICA. 122 HAMBRICK, CARL Football, Baseball, Citizen of Month, Kawanis, Scholarship, American Le- gion Citizenship runner-up. 42, 59, 77, 86, 88, 89, 98, 151 HAMILTON, BONNI GAA, FTA, Student Council, WOOD- EN HORSE, advertising editor, Cit- izen of Month, Cheerleader, Home- coming Queen Nominee, Senior Fav., Nominee, 23, 30, 41, 45, 106, 116, 149, 151 HAMPTON, NATHANIEL 151 HANDLEY, JANICE 151 HANSEN, MELVIN Officials Club, Football, Basketball, Track, Soph. Class Favorite nominee. 71,151 HARDIN, KATHY 151 HARRIS, BOBBY 1.51 HARVEY, TOMMY 151 HARVVELL, JAMES Band, Stage Band. 118, 151 HAUG, BLANTON Key Club, Vocal Club, Choir, Pres., National Honor Society, All-Region Choir, UIL Solo Contest, Gold Medal. 42, 75,108,114,129,132,134,151 HAYNES, CONNIE FHA. 140, 151 HEATH, PORTIA VlCA,ICT.151 HEGAR, DAVID Football, Key Club. 108, 138, 151 HERBELIN, BENNY Bond, Stage Band.119,151 HERNANDEZ, YOLANDA Homecoming Queen Nominee, FHA, Sr. Fav, Nom. 23, 30, 55, 151 HESTER, DAVID German Club. 151 HOLCOMB, JACK National Forensic League, Debate. 120, 152 HOLMES, KENNETH JCL, NFL, Thespian, Key Club- Photographer, WOODEN 'HORSE, Debate. 152 HOLT, STEVE 66, 117, 152 HONEY, MARTY Field and Stream. 124, 152 HOPE, RONNIE NFL, NHS. 75, 77, 110, 129, 152 HUDGENS, VICKY Gamma Sigma, FTA, Highlighters, Office Assistant. 82, 131, 152 HUESKE, BILL DE, Football. 138, 152 HUGHES, KATHY FHA, Library assistant, Tutor. 152 HYDE, KAY Search Il, Library Club. 152 JASSO, MARY JIMENEZ,MIKE DE, Reporter, 138, 152 JOHNSTON, REED YFC. 152 JONES, BRIDGETT Gamma Sigma, VICA, ICT. 139, 152 JONES, DIANE Band, Gamma Council. 152 Sigma, Student JONES, JAMES 152 JONES, JERRY Key Club, 108, 109, 152 JONES, PAM Gamma Sigma, Student Council, Highlighters, Office Assistant. 151 JONES, STEVE JONES, SYLVIA Gamma Sigma, GAA, Track, Typing Assistant, Volleyball, P. E, Assistant. 20, 106, 142, 152 JUDSON, RICHARD 152 KATTNER, RICHARD 122, 152 KENNER, RENEY Library Club, GAA, Student Council, FTA, WOODEN HORSE staff, Vocal Club, Outstanding Girl, Choir, Sec., Representative Girls' State. 106, 114,, 116, 133,136,152 X KENT, N ELDA 153 l KILGORE, DIANE Club, Girls Glee Club, Bowling Gamma Sigma, GAA, Highlighters, Student Speech, Council, Band, Choir, Drama, Spring Festival Princess. 23, 82, 114, 153 l KILLOUGH, LINDA l Nils. 72, 129, isa 1 KINZBACH, KIRK 45, 153 KIRK, DEBORAH Gamma Sigma, Volleyball, Drama Club, Baylor Playday. 138, 153 ' KIRKPATRICK, WAYNE ICT, Track. 139, 153, 160 l4lrcHENs, AUDREY 1 Spirit Club, Gamma Sigma, March of! Dimes Sole March, JCL, FHA. 24,1 110,130,131,153 I KLUGE, PAUL Football, Baseball, Field as slreiml Pres., Student Council, Outstanding Football Representative, Runner-up Best-All Around, Super Centex Foot-. ball Team. 32, 89, 90, 94, 98, 114,? l24, l33, 153 I KNIGHT, CAROL Highlighters, Gamma Sigma. 82, 153i KRUGER, CONNIE 153 KRUGER, GARY Drama. 153 LAKEY,GARY ' Football, Drama Club, Thespianl Club, PE Asst. 36, B9,121, 153 LAUGHLIN, DONNA l FHA, FTA, Spirit Club, Gammal Sigma, YFC, Chair, Student Council, Drama Club. 114, 132, 136, 1403 142, 143, 153 LAWSON, TANA Lab Asst., Spirit Staff, FHA, Gamma, Sigma. 34, 70, 112, 153 W LEE, TOMMY Band, 118,153 LEOS, PRISCILLA 140, 153 l LEWALLEN, RODNEY YES, Key Club, Debater, Bio. Asst.,, Geo. Asst. I 10, 153 1 LIENDO, BOBBY l Field and Stream, ICT, VICA, Pres. 139, 153 LIENDO, DORA Pan American, FHA. 153 LILLARD, HENRY Field and Stream. 124, 153 LILLARD, JOHNNY Drama Club, Pres, NFL, Treas. DE Club, Student Council, Debate, Foot- ball, Baseball, BEPCO Winner to Washington. 114, 120, 138, 153 LIPPE, ERIC 153 LITTON, MARILYN FHA, FTA, Sec. JCL, Office Asst,, Library Asst. 132, 153 LOCKAMY, DEBORAH Typing Club, Art Club, Choir. 136, 153 LOCKAMY, JUDY Typing Club. 136, 153 LOGIE, DEBORAH Gamma Sigma, Wooden Horse Statt, Typing Asst., JCL. 130, 153 LONGORIA, LUPE 153 LOOSIER, JUDY Spirit Club, Vocal Club, FTA, Choir, Bio. Asst. 132, 137, 140, 142, 153 LOPEZ, JESSE 153 LUCAS, BOBBIE JCL, Spirit Club, Sec, YFC, Choir, Thespian. 126, 128, 132, 136, 153 LUCAS, DONNA NHS, Student Council, Band, Gamma Sigma, Chemistry Asst, Wooden Horse Statt. 72, 114, 116, 119, 129, 153 LUMMUS, LINDA 138, 153 MCCAMEY, KATHERINE Gamma Sigma, Latin Club, 130, 154 MCDOW, JOHNNY Key Club, Wooden Horse Staff. 108, 117, 154 MCKINNEY, TIM Discussion Club. 154 MCLENNAN, PATRICIA 154 MCLIN, BERYL Choir. 133, 137, 154 MACH, MICHAEL Discussion Club, Football, Baseball Manager. 89, 116, 154 MALONE, JOHN Stage Band, JCL Sec., 59, 73, 130, 154 MARONEY, SHELLY Gamma Sigma, Choir. 154 MARTIN, AUDIE Stage Band. 118,154 MARTIN, PATRICIA 154 MARTINEZ, DAIVD 154 MARTINEZ, GLORIA FHA, Sterling Silverware Award. 154 MARTINEZ, HERLINDA 154 MARTINEZ, JOE VICA. 154 MARTINEZ, VELMA Pan American Club, YES, Sec. 8: Treas., NHS, JCL, Latin Award. 69, 73,11O,121,129,130,154 MASON, EARL Basketball. 94, 154 MASON, HARIL 154 MASSINGILL, OLAN 154 M ELDONADO, ELOUISE 154 MERR1TT,JERRY Pres. Soph. Class, Soph Class Favorite, Key Club, NHS, Thespian, NFL, Official Club, V.-Pres. Student Council, Pres, Student Council, Let- terman Football. 41, 89, 86, 129, 154, 160 MILAM, BEN DE, 138, 155 MILAM, JAMES 155 MILLS, DOUG Officials Club, Football, Basketball. 89, 155 MOLINA, MARY 155 MONTELONGO, HILDA FHA, Highlighters, Typing Asst, Library Asst. 36, 155, 182 MOODY, MARCIA 141, 155 MOON, RODNEY 66, 138, 155 MOORE, CATHY German Club, Gamma Sigma, GAA, FTA, Highlighter Lieut., Student Council, Annual Statf, Bowling Club, ECO, Prom Decorations, 82, 106, 1 12, 1 14, 155 MORALES, GEORGE Stage Band. 155 MORALES, RUDY DE, 138, 155 MORAN, ELMER 155 MORGAN, SUE Drama Club, VICA, Girls Track, 155 MORRISS, TERRY Student Council, Gamma Sigma, FTA V.-Pres, NHS Treas., Wooden Horse Editor, Chem. Asst. 73, 117, 129, 142, 143, 155 MORRISON, CATHY 155 MORSE, BETSY Gamma Sigma, Wooden Horse Staff, FHA. 117, 156 MUNOS, DVVAYNE Letterman, Football, Band V.-Pres. 77,89,118, 156 MURPHY, CATHY Gamma Sigma, FTA, Highlighters Lieut., Student Council, Homecoming Queen Nominee, Chem. Lab Asst., Editor ot Wooden Horse. 23, 77,82, 114,116,142,156 MURPHY, H EN RY VICA, ICT. MURPHY, LARRY 156 MURPHY, LINDA 1I6,132,137,141,156 MURPHY, PAUL Choir 134, 156 MURPHY, TOMMY Auto Mechanics 122, 156 NEWMAN, ROGER ICT V.-Pres, Reporter. 139, 156 NIEKAMP, MARY Bookkeeping Asst. 156 NlLES,T1M Key Club, German Asst. 108, 156 OCHOA, RAYMOND 156 O'NEILL, WILLA Knitting Club, Choir Club, Solo Awards, Drum Maiorette, Band. 119, 136, 156 ORTEGA, JIMMY Art Club, Pres., Womens Art League Scholarship. 77, 137, 160 ORTEGA, MARGI E 156 PADGETT, STEVE Officials Club, Auto Mechanics. 122, 156 PADILLA, VERONICA FHA. 141, 156 PANTER, GARY Football, All-District Tackle, Wooden Horse, PE Asst. 89, 117, 156 PAULING, DAVID Field and Stream, Football, YES, PE Asst. 89, 110, 124, 156 PEARCY, JEFF 133, 134, 156 PETERSON, LINDA Homemaking Club, Library Asst. 156 PETTY,MIKE DE. 138, 156 PHARR, GARY Key Club, Football, Baseball, Spirit Staff. 86, 89, 97, 98, 156 PICKENS, ALICE Para-Medics, YES. 110, 156 PITTMAN, LINDA 156 RADLE, TOMMY Field and Stream. 124, 156 RATHMAN, EMILY FTA, Vocal Club, Library Club, YFC, Lab Asst., Choir, Student Council 114,132,137,142,156 RAWLS, SHARON Gamma Sigma, NHS, Art Club, Bio. Asst. 129, 137, 156, 160 REED, JOHNNY Treas. ICT, 139, 156 REESE, KAREN 141,156 REIGER, DONNIE 138, 157 RENDON, LOUIS Student Council, Football, Basket- ball, Track, Key Club, Class Favorite, Best All-Around Nominee. 32, 41, 86, 94, 98,114,156,188 RENFRO, CHARLOTTE FTA, Highlighters, Wooden Horse Staff, Best All-Around Nominee, Of- fice Asst. 82. 116. 156 RICHARD, CHARLES 157 RILEY, LARRY 157 RIVAS, LUPE Basketball. 94, 157 ROBINSON, BILLY Pres. DE. 138, 157, 160 ROBINSON, WANDA Sec. DE, Recognized tor Outstanding Student in DE. 138, 159, 160 ROBNETT, DENNIS Auto Mechanics. 122, 157 ROCHESTER, ELDON Officials Club. 157 ROGERS, BARBARA 157 ROGERS, LOUISE 136, 143, 157 ROMERO, JOHNNY 138, 157 ROSE, BARRY 157 ROSENFELD, SUE Highlighter, FTA, GAA, Student 197 WALLING, RICKI Council, Annual Staff, PE Asst. 82, 112,114, 142,157 RUSHING, DIANN 66, 157 SAFFEL, DONALD 157 SAIS, BILLY 157 SANDERS, PAM Library Club. 158 SCHELER, KENNETH 158 SEGREST, CHARLES Track. 24, 114, 158 SEITH, GAIL Gamma Sigma, Band. 119, 158 SEITH, WOODY Officials Club, V.-Pres. Senior Class, Annual Staff. 112, 146, 158 SHARP, RICKEY Athletics, Officials Club, Senior Favorite, PE Asst, 30, 58, 89, 158 SHERROD, GARY 138, 158 SHIVER, EDNA Gamma Sigma, Band, Highlighter, PE Asst. 82, 119, 158 SHOEMAKER, JAMES Football, Tutoring, NHS, Citizen of Year, Alg. Asst, 43, 72, 129, 158 SHRIVER, LYNN Thespian Pres, Drama Club Pres, Library Asst., Drama Asst. UIL Speech, UIL play contest, Library Convention Delegate. 121, 158 SILVERS, ROY 138, 158 SIMMONS, FREDERICK 158 SIMPSON, VALETHA FHA, Library Pres, 158 SLOBEJAN, MICHAEL 158 SMITH, CATHIE FHA, FHA Sec., FTA, Gamma Sigma V.-Pres.,DE.131,138,141,158 SMITH, JACKIE Library, Tutor, FHA V.-PRES: Spirit Club, Gamma Sigma. 141, 158 SMITH, JOEL JCL, NHS Pres., Annual Staff, NFL, Debate. 71, 76, 77, 113, 120, 129, 158, 159 SOWDERS, JAM ES Key Club Pres., Choir V.-Pres. Thespian Club, Drama. 36, 108, 133, 134, 158, 160 SPOEDE, STUART 109, Wooden Horse Staff, YES Pres., Key Club, Challenge Team-Captain, De- 198 bater, NFL, Spirit Club, In- terscholastic League, NHS. 69, 74, 77,11O,117,120,129,158 STARNES, PATSY German Club, Thespian Club Sec., Bio. Asst. 121, 158 STEWART, MARGARET Knitting Club, Spirit Club, FTA, Gamma Sigma. 141, 158 ST. JOHN, MELODY Cl'iair133, 137, 158 STORER, GARY Track, Football, Officials Club, Athletic Council. 36, 89, 100, 158 TANKERSLEY, EVELYN FHA, Highlighter. 62, 82,158 TAYLOR, TERRY Choir, 133, 134, 159 THOMAS, BEN VICA. 135, 159 THORP, NANCY German Club. 141,159 THRASHER, JACKIE 159 TODD, DELL Field and Stream. 138, 159 TODD, SUSAN Highlighters, Lt., Drama Club, NFL, Biology assistant. 23, 82, 159 TORRENCE, EARL Tennis. 61,159 TURNER, RUSSELL Key Club, Treas, Football, Biology assistant, 108, 109, 159 VALDEZ, RICHARD Official Clubs, Football, Track, Basketball, 34, 36, 89, 100, 117, 159 VANSTON, TIM Math assistant. 61, 130, 159 VRBA, RICKY 138, 159 VASQUEZ, JUANITA 136, 159 WALLING, CONNI E Gamma Sigma. 159 Auto Mechanics. 122, 159 WEBBER, NANCY 159 WEDEMEYER, TOMMY JR. Class, Pres., Junior Favoirte- Football, Track, Officials Club. 71 159 1 WELLS, KEITH DE. 138, 159 WENZEL, CAROL Student Council, FHA, Track, GAA, Sgt. at Arms, Jr. Class Favorite, Sr. Class Favorite, Sr. Class Sec., Cheerleader, Highlighter, P.E. Assis- tant. 23, 30, 32, 40, 106, 132, 136, 135, 146, 159 WESTPHAL, LARRY 122, 159 WIESE, CAROL Spirit Club, Highlighters. 82, 159 WI ESE, DARRELL 138, 159 WIESE, SID Drama Club, Choir Club, Field and Stream Club, Football, Choir, Treas. 11O,124,132,134,159 WILHELM, REX Student Council, JCL. 130, 159 WILLIAMS, DONALD 159 WISEMAN, ROBERT 159 WITT, CINDY 159 WOODWARD, DOUGLAS 159 WORLEY, WILBERT 122 iunior index ABEL, JUDY 28, 40,106,112,114, 162, 163 ALLEN, EUGENE 163 ALLEN, MELODY163 BAISY, PATRICIA 163 BAKER, JOHNNY 163 BARCOMB, DEBBIE 82, 106,114, 163 BARRETT, AMY 102, 119,128,163 BARTON, LOUIS 163 BATES, JANICE 163 BELVILLE, KEITH 122, 163 BERG, PATRICIA 163 BILES, ROBERT 163 BLACKWELL, TRAVIS 163 BOATMAN, EVELYN 163 BOATRIGHT, JOYCE 82, 163 BOEN, DOLPH 109, 163 BOHN, LARRY 163 BOND, BOBBY 163 BONNER, KEITH 108, 163 BROCK, DANNY 124, 163 BROWN, BEVERLY 163 BROWN, SHARON 163 BRUMBELOW, DON 124, 163 BULL, BARBARA 163 BURNS, PAT 163 BYERS, CHERYL 163 BYNUM, PATTI 102, 132, 136, 163 BYRUM, LAURA 121, 133, 136, 163 CABALLERO, ENRIQUE136, 163 CABALLERO, JUANITA 140, 163 CAMPBELL,JANIE131,163 CAMPOS, YOLANDO 163 CARLISLE, LINDA 138, 163 CARMICHAEL, LARRY 163 CARPENTER, ROBI 163 CARROLL, BILL 23, 28, 89, 94, 163 CARROLL, MELISSA 82, 112, 163 CARTER, BERTHA 163 CASIANO, JOE 163 CASTILLO, BERTHA163 CASTILLO, MARY 163 CAVAZAS, MARCILLIO 163 CERVANTEZ, REMEDIOS 127, 163 CHANDLER, LAWRENCE 163 CIRCLE, CINDY 163 CLAPPER, RAY 122, 163 CLEMMONS, RANDY 163 COBB, STORMIE 163 COBOS, ELLEN 140, 163 COHN, DENISE119, 121,163 COHN, LARRY 163 COLE, BURGESS 108, 163 COLLEY, MIKE 138, 163 COLLIER, PATRICIA 163 COLLIER, THERESA 36, 114, 130, 133, 136, 163 COLLINS, DEBBIE 163 COLLINS, JIMMY 163 COLLINS, LARRY 163 COMBS, CURTIS 95, 119, 164 CONAWAY, PAULA 82, 164 COOK, VICKI 128, 129, 133, 134, 136, 164 CORTEZ,.1IMMY 97, 98, 164 CRAWFORD, LEE ANN 82, 114, 164 CREWS, WENDELL 122, 164 CROUSE, DAISY 164 CUEVAS,IRIE138, 140,164 CULVERHOUSE, BRUCE 164 CUNNINGHAM, DAVID 138, 164 CUNNINGHAM, LARRY 122, 164 DALRYMPLE, JERRY 118, 122, 164 DARR, DANIEL 164 DARR, STEVEN 91,164 DARWIN, JACK 62, 164 DAVIS, BRENDA 138, 164 DAVIS, ED1E129,131,133, 136, 164 DAVIS, MARY 164 DAVIS, STEVEN 124,164 DENARD, ANITA165 DENNARD, LARRY 164 DEN'ARD, LINDA 165 DENNIS, JOHN 94,127,165 DEVERS, RICKY 122, 165 DIXON, CELIA165 DONLEY, BRUCE 165 DUNN, DONNA 82, 114, 133, 136, 165 DURON, BIANCA 28, 82, 140, 165 EDGE, CATHY 165 EDWARDS, RHONDA 62, 140, 165 ESPINOSA, VIRGINIA 165 ESTRADA, JOYCE 138, 165 FIELDS, CYNTHIA 82, 165, 114 FINDLEY, GARY 165 FINLEY, HATTIE165 FLORES, PHILIP 165 FLORES, YOLAND 140, 165 FRANKLIN, SHELIA165 FRASIER, MICHAEL 89, 124, 165 FRAZIER, FLOYD 89, 165 FREEMAN, RICK 165 FURRER, BILLY 38, 89, 90, 108, 114, 129,133, 134,165 GALINDO,JANIE121,165 GALINDO, JOHNNY 118, 165 GALINDO, PAUL 36, 122, 165 GALINDO, ROSIE140, 165 GARCIA, GARCIA ,Leoisioieo 165 GARCIA, GARCIA, GARCIA, ALFRED 41, 89, 100, 165 MARTIN 138, 165 RUBEN 59,118,165 SANJUANO 165 GETMAN, RUTH 82, 114, 116, 129, 165 GIFFORD, PAT 114, 121, 165 GILLEY, DANNY 165 GILMORE, GARY 165 GOATES, STEPHANIE 165 GONZALES, ALBERT 165 GONZALES, ESTELLA 82, 140, 165 GONZALES, JESSE 165 GONZALES, TH EODORA 165 GONZALES, THOMAS 118, 136, 165 ONZALES, TONY 138, 140, 165 OODSON, GENEVA 165 OSS, TOMMY 100, 165 RASTON, MARTHA 165 REEN, ANGELENE 165 REEN, KENNETH 165 REISE, PHYLLIS 69,114,130,136, 165 UARDIOLA, TONY 165 UERRA, THOMAS 165 UTIERIEZ, FRANK 165 UITIERIEZ, THOMAS 122, 165 AFERKAMP, LARRY 122, 165 AIGOOD, DEBBIE 165 AIGOOD, JOYCE 121, 165 ALE,TIM91,114, 116, 166 AMMOND, SHERI 166 ARRIS, ROBERT 166 ARRIS, DENISE166 ARRISON,IRENE166 ARTLEY, JIMMY 166 HASSELL, SHARON 62, 140, 166 ABERMAN, JAMES 165 HAYNES, DONALD 138, 166 HENDERSON, RICKY 132, 134, 166 ERNANDEZ, LARRY 166 HILL, DAVID 122, 166 HOUGE, MARK 166 HOLDER, LINDA 82, 136, 142, 166 HOLDER, STEVEN 91,166 HOLKAND, KATRI 69, 166 HORN, MARILYN 82, 114, 132, 136, 142, 166 IVEY, DAVID 166 JACKSON, JOHNNY 166 JANCA, DEBBIE 166 JASSO, PHILLIP166 JOHNSON, STACEY 82, 106, 114, 166 JOHNSTON, CHARLES 166 JONES, MICHAEL 69, 166 KASMIROSKI, KAREN 42, 82, 106, 114,117,162,166 KELLY, DIANE 140, 166 KENT, JANICE 115, 166 KINDER, CAROLYN 130, 166 KINDER, CHRISTY 166 KIRKPATRICK, CARVER166 fKLUCKER, DAVID 166 KOEHLER, ELIZABETH 166 KROLLAGE, JO ANN 115, 166 LAMBERT, DARLENE 69 LEBKOWSKY, RICKY 122, 166 LEE, MIKE 64,122,166 LESHIKAR, LARRY 36, 115, 129, 162, I 166 ILOCKE, CINDY Icc LONG, BOBBY 166 LONG, DIANE 139, 166 'LOPEZ,JANIE140,166 ILOLIGE, IERRI 82, Icc ,LUGO, GLORIA Icc ILUMPKIN, MICHAEL 166 BLYNCH, DIANE 82, 112, 115, Icc IMADDOX, CLIFFORD Icc 'MAHONEY, RICKY Icc IMARKUM, JOE Icc I,MARROOLIIN, RONNIE 113, Isa, Icc MARTIN, CATHY 106, 115, 133, 136, , Icc IMARTIN,DARLENE136, Icc MARTIN, KENNETH Icc MARTIN, MAJANE 82, 106, 112, , 114,129,166 IMASSINGILLZINA166 MAIYASIIR, BILL Qs, cI, Io2, I29, 130, Icc MCCAIG, NEAL 89, 132, I34, 166 MCCAIG, WAYNE so, Icc MCCALLLIM, ROSS 166 IMCCORKLE, CI-IERYL Ic7 MCDOWELL, DONALD 129, 167 MCKEOWN, JIMMY 122, 167 MCLARTY, TIM 167 MEEKER, JOHN 91,167 MERCER, JOHN 138, 167 MILAM, GARY 28, 94, 96, 98, 167 MILLER, DEBBIE 127, 138, 167 MILLER, MIKE 138, 167 MONDRAGON, JO ANN 141, 167 MONROE, SOPHIE167 MOORE, MIKE 122, 167 MORAN, BILL91, 116,118,167 MORRIS, JANICE 115, 117, 167 MOSLEY, DIANE 167 MOSS, CONNIE 20, 82, 106, 116, 136, 167 MOYER, CYNTHIA 127, 138, 167 MULLINS, SUE 167 MUNOS, LUIS 167 MURDOCK, STEPHANIE 82, 167 MURPHY, PATRICIA 167 NAWARA, JANEY 167 NEIKAMP, RITA167 NORRIS, CAROLYN 167 OCHOA,IRENE167 OLIVO, MARINA 167 OLSON, GINA 82, 102, 106, 112, 1 15, 167 OLSON, MARY 167 OLSON, RICHARD 167 ORTEGA, MARGIE 167 ORTIZ, GEORGE 119, 167 PARDO, MARY 167 PARNELL, CHARLES 167 PAROLINI, ALLEN 102, 167 PETERSON, DONNA 136, 167, 130 PITTMAN, DIANE 168 PORRAS, VICTOR 168 PRITCHARD, JEAN 28, 106, 112, 115, 168, 182 PUTTY, JANICE 130, 168 QUINONES, MARY 138, 168 QUINONES, VIRGINIA 168 QUINTERO, THOMAS 168 RADLE, JANA41, 82,106,114,117, 142, 168 RAGAN, BARBARA 168 RANGEL, JESSE 168 RAPER, NADA 115, 165, 82 RAWLINSON, TRAVIS 168 REED, PAM 138, 168 REEVES, ELIZABETH 19, 82, 106, 115, 1 16, 168 REIGAN, RONNIE168 RETZER, CLIFFORD 168 REICH, PEGGY 119, 141, 168 RICHARDSON, LARRY 122, 168 RICKETTS, LISA 19, 82, 168 RIDDLE, JOHNNY 168 RINDORF, AILEEN119,141,168 RHODES, NAOMI 136, 168, 82 ROBNETT, MICHAEL 168 ROGERS, DAN NY 168 ROOKS, VICKI 168 ROMO, IRENE 168 ROUNSAVALL, CLAYTON 138 RUTHERFORD, SHARON 112, 142, 168 SANCH EZ, JOHN 118 SANCHEZ, VIRGINIA 168, 140 SANDERS, ALVIN 168 SANDLIN, LARRY 168 SCHAUER, MICHELLE 168, 119, 128, 129 SCHNEIDER, PEGGY 168 SCHNEIDER, VICKIE168 SCHRADER,JANICE168 SCHROEDER,RODNEY168, 118, 108 SCOTT, LARRY 168 SEAT, RANDY 168 SECTION, DWIGHT 168, 134, 132 SEITH, GARY 168 SEXTON, SAMMY 45, 91, 96, 98, 133, 134, 168 SHELTON, SHARON 127, 141, 168 SHERRY, PATRICIA 82,141, 168 SHIRLEY, PAM 115, 127, 168 SHRIVER, DEBBY 102, 116 SIMMONS,WILLIAM132,134,168 SMITH, LARRY 168 SMITH, PAULA 168 STRAFFORD, KENNY 122, 168 STARLING, DONNA 168 STEWART, BARBIE 141, 168 STEWART, DIVID 168 STEWART, LAYNE 168 STINSON, STEVEN 130, 168 STITZ, SUSAN 168 STRATTON, PHIL 90, 91, 132, 134, 169 STRINGER, BRENDA 127, 169 SUITT, TOM 89, 91, 124, 169 SUMMERS, FAYE 169 SUMMERS, SHIRLEY 169 SUTTON, MONICA 169 TATE, HENRY 169 TAYLOR, JIMMY 169, 122 TAYLOR, LEATHA 169 TAYLOR, PEGGY 169 TEAKELL, JUDY 169 TENORIO, THERESA169 TERRY, BRENDA 169 TERRY, BILL 169 THURMAN, TED 133, 134,169 TOLLIVER, SANDRA 169 TORRES, JESSE 169 TRAUTSCHOLD, SARA 82, 129, 130, 169 TUCKER, JIMMY 133, 134, 170 TYNES, DENNIS 122, 170 TYNES, VANESSA 42, 117, 170 TYRON E, PATSY 34 VALENTINE, JIMMY 129, 170 VARGO, STEVE 170 VELA, HELEN 140, 170 VERACRUZ, HENRY 118, 170 VRBA, CARLA 129, 170 VICINAIS, DAVID 139, 170 VON BLON, JAMES 170 WALKER, BILLY 170 WALKER, NATALIE 19, 80, 87, 106, 141, 170, 114 WALTS, GARY 138, 170 WEDEKING, RICHARD 170 WEYEMEYER, LANA 121, 170 WELLS, ROY 170 WHITE, MARTHA 170 WHITE, SUSAN 170 WIENECKE, VANESSA 117, 131, 170 WILLIAMS, MELISSA117, 127,170 WILLIAMS, TED 89, 129,170, 115 WILLICH, MARTHA 170 WILLIE, CHARLES 170 WILLIS, RAYMOND 129, 170, 82, 1 15 WOODS, RICHARD 129, 130, 170 WOODS, KENNETH 138, 170 WOOTEN, LARRY 170 sophomore index AKERS, ANNIE MAE 173 ALEXANDER, CORNELIUS173 ALLEN, DUDLEY 173 ALLGOOD, CYNTHIA 173 ALLGOOD, SAM 173 ALONZO, JOE 91,115,173 AMARO, JOE 173 ANDERSON, BRENDA 82, 140, 173 ANDERSON, GWEN 140, 173 ARECHIGA, LOUIS 173 ARELLANO, RICHARD 26, 91, 98, 115, 172, 173 ARNOLD, ELISA 136 ATTAWAY, JAMES 173 BAGBY, BLANCHE 173 BAGLEY, ROBERT 108, 173 BANKS, CATHY 173 BARRETT, THERESA 173 BATES, JOEL 173 BAUCOM, PARKS 173 BEATY, DAVID 119, 173 BECERRA, BEN 173 BELCHER, CLINTON 124, 173 BELTRAN, ABRAHAM 173 BENNETT, WANDA 173 BENSON, JAMES 91, 173 BIGHAM, TOMMY 173 BODEN, CELESTE 173 BOGANS, ALFRED 173 BOND, KAREN 173 BOTTOMS, PATRICIA 36, 38, 115, 173 BRAMLET, CHARLES 173 BRIGGS, BARRY 173 BRIGGS, GRADY173 BRITTAIN, LINDA 173 BROWN, BRENDA 173 BROWN, MARY JANE 173 BROWN, RHONN1E173 BROWN, TINA 136, 173 BROWNLOW, JENITA 173 BRUCE, CLAY 173 BRUMMET, EARL 173 BUFLIN, DEBORAH 173 BULMAHN, LYNN 142, 173 BURRAGE, EDWIN 173 BURROUGHS,LANA173 BUTLER, MARSHALL 173 CAMPBELL, DAVID 173 CAMPOS, RUBY 173 CANTU, JAYME 173 CARBAJAL, RICHARD 118, 173 CARPENTER, COCO173 CARPENTER, TERRY 173 CARRIGAN, BRENDA 102, 106, 115 172, 173 CASSELL, DEBBIE 137, 173 CASTILLIO, DOMINGO173 CHAPPELL, ALICE 173 CHAVEZ, DELORES 140, 173 CHAVEZ, HOPE 174 CHAVEZ, TONY 174 CHRISTIAN, JEFFREY 98,115,174 CLARK, DAVID 174 CLARK, LORENE 174 CLEVELAND, MAE 174 CLIFTON, SHEILA174 COGBURN, ROYCE174 COLLIER, SANDRA 188, 174 COLLINS, BOBBY 174 COMBS, CYNTHIA 174 CONNALLY, DONNA 115, 174 CONNER, BONNIE 115, 142, 174 COOK, JAMES 174 CORTEZ, GENEVA 137, 174 CRAWFORD, BILLY 174 CREWS, SHERRY137,174 CRYE, DANA 140, 174 CUMMINGS, WILLIAM 174 CURRY, JOHN 174 DALRYMPLE, DAVID 174 DANIELL, GREG 174 DANIELS, CHARLENE 174 DARBY, GARY 91,118,174 DARDEN, MARY 174 DAVIS, GAIL 130, 174 DAVIS, PHILLIP124,174 DAVIS, RUTH 136, 174 DECKER, DONNIE174 DE GRATEJACQUELINE174 DELEON,JANIE115,140,174 DELEON, LEO 61,174 DENMAN, KIETH 174 DENNY, WILLIAM 38,118,174 199 DEVEREAUX, HOWARD 174 DEVEREAUX, LYNDILLE 174 DILLARD, ROBERT 174 DISHNER, DAVID 91, 94,174 DODD, ALBERT 174 DUDLEY, PAM 174 DUNKIN, NELL174 DUNLAP, HOWELL 174 DUNN, MARY 174 EDDY, BASIL 174 EDWARDS, CALVIN 174 EDWARDS, CECIL 36, 115, 130, EDWARDS, MELODY 115, 174 ELLIOTT, DON 34, 174 ENGLAND, SARAH 174 ENRIQUEZ, LEO 91,140,174 ERLANSON, SAMMY 174 ESKEW, JERRY 98, 174 ESPINOSA, ROBERT 174 ETHEREDGE, JOE 174 EUBANK, SHARON 174 EWING, PAMII9, 131,174 FAJARDO, ARMANDO 175 FAJARDO, JESSE 118, 175 FARMER, LLOYD 175 FAUBION, JACK 175 FAULKNER, TEMPEST175 FINLEY, NELSON 175 FLOWERS, CLARK 175 FOLKNER, PAUL 91, 175 FORD, VIRGINIA 175 FRANCIS, PAULA137, 175 FREEMAN, DANNY 175 FURRER, DONNA 137, 175 GAMEZ, EVA 175 GANN, BILLY 175 GANN, DEBRA 175 GARCIA, JAMES 175 GARCIA, JUANITA 175 GARCIA, SAMUEL 175 GARCIA, VELMA175 GARCIA, YOLANDA 175 GARIBAY, FELIX 175 GARN ER, STACY 175 GARZA, GUADALUPE 175 GELSON, ED 175 GELTMEYER, GLENN 115, 175 GILLELAND,JANICE175 GILLEY, PAMELA 175 GOLDEN, DAVID 98, 175 GOLDEN, RICHARD 95, 175 GONZALES, ARNALDO 175 GONZALES, CAROLYN 175 GONZALES, JOE 91, 118,175 GONZALES, JOE 140, 175 GONZALES, JOHN 175 GONZALES, PAT 140, 175 174 GOOLSBEE, CHARLOTTE 26, 106, 136, 176 GORE, LOUIS 176 HIGHTS, THEODORE 176 HOGAN, DARLENE 137, 176 HOGAN,WESLEY 130, 176 HOLCOMB, BILLIE 176 HOLCOMB, JAMES 176 HOLT, NANCY 176 HOOD, GAYLAN 91, 176 HORAN, JOHN 176 HORNER, CLAUDIA 26, 36, 55, 176 HUDGENS, LINDA 131, 176 HUDSON, WILLIAM 119, 176 HYLAND, FRANZ 176 IVEY, DEBRA 176 IVY, DARLENE 25, 176 JILES, PAULA176 JIMINEZ, GEORGE 140, 176 JIMINEZ, RAYMOND 176 JOHNSON, BRENDA 176 JOHNSON, LOYCE 176 JOHNSON, WILLIAM 97, 98, 115, 176 KEESE, DAVID 118, 176 KELINSKE, MARSHALL 132, 135, 176 KEMP, MELVIN176 KENNON, RICHARD 176 KENT, DANNY 176 KENT, PAMELA 176 KERSEY, JAMES 91,176 KIDWELL, SUSAN 82, 115, 131, 142, 176 KINDER, JOHNNY 91,176 KING, JEAN 36,137, 176 MORIN, VICKI141,178 MORRIS, BOBBY 178 MORROW, JEANNE 62, 178 MUHLMAN, TERRI 178 MUNOS, JANET 178 MURPHY, RONALD 178 NABORS, BILLY 178 NEWMAN, FAYLA 38, 178 NICHOLS, CYNTHIA 178 NICHOLS, TONY 91, 94, 178 NILES, DEBBIE 137, 178 NORMAN, JESSE I 15, 178 NYANDER, DAVID 178 NYSTROM, GARY 91, 178 OCHOA, CAROLYN 178 OGILVIE, DIANE 178 OLIVIO, PHILLIP178 OLSON, LINDA 131, 178 OLVERA, JOE 178 OLVERA, MARK 178 OVERBY, DIANE 178 PACK, PAT 136, 178 PADGETT, DAVID 178 PAGE, DAVID 91,118,178 PAGE, BRENDA 178 PARNELL, CYNTHIA 141, 178 PARNELL, JOY 178 PATTERSON, PAT 178 PAULSON, DALE 130, 131, 178 PEEBLES, GARY 178 PENA, SANDRA 178 PERKINS, PAM 82, 106, 137, 178 KITCHENS, WILLIAM 108, 176 KLUCKER, DARRELL 176 KNIGHT, CYNTHIA 176 KOEHLER, MICHAEL 177 KOLLER, BARBIE 137, 177 KROLL, HERBERT 119, 177 KRUGER, RONNIE177 LAMBERT, MICHAEL 118, 177 LANE, VICKIE 66,115, 131,177 LERMA, MARY 177 LILLARD, ROBYN 177 LIMBACK, RICHARD 177 LINDER, TERRY 95,177 LIPPERT, JOHN 115, 128, 177 LOCKHART, EUGENE 177 LONG, LOPEZ, LOPEZ LOPEZ LOPEZ, LOPEZ LOPEZ 1 DEBORAH 177 BARBARA 141, 177 FAYE140, 177 FRANK 177 GLORIA 140, 177 JESSE 177 NATIBIDA 177 LUMPKIN, JANET 177 LYKINS, JAMES 177 MACIEL,IRENE177 MACK, RODNEY 177 MALONE, MARK 118, 177 MANGHAM, RANDY 177 GOSS, KIM 140, 176 GRAMS, STEVEN 176 GRAVES,WILLIAM 95, 133, 134, 176 GRAY, BETTIE14O, 176 GREEN, LARRY 26, 34, 91, 115, 172, 176 GUAJARDO, BENNY 176 GUARDIOLA, ISABEL 140, 176 GUERREVO,IGNACIO176 GULLEY, MARY 119, 131, 176 GUTIERREZ, ROSITA 137, 176 GUTIERREZ, STEPHEN 118, 139, 176 HAGUE, ELIZABETH 82, 137, 176 HAMILTON, VIOLA176 HAMPTON, JEFF 176 HARRIS, NANCY 121, 176 HARTLEY, DAVID 176 HERBELIN, LAURA 176, 137 HERCHMAN, VIOLET 176 HERNANDEZ, ABRAHAM 176 HERNANDEZ, RUDOLPH 78, 176 HERNANDEZ, VIRGINIA 137, 176 200 MANGHAM, CHARLOTTE 177 MARQUEZ, DELORES 177 MARTIN, BARBARA 140, 177 MARTIN, JERRY 177 MARTIN, PERRY 177 MARTINEZ, LIBRADA 177 MARTINEZ, STEELA141,177 MATA, MARGIE 177 MCCAIG, DARREL 177, 91 MCCLINTON, KAYE141, 178 MCCOWN, MILTON 177 MCCURDY, DIANNE178 MCDOW, EDDIE 178 MCFADDEN, LARRY 178 MCFARLEN, MARILYN 130, 137, 178 MELTON, BRENDA 178 MENDOZA, GLORIA 178 MILLS, BETH 128, 131,178 MITCHELL, SUSAN 178 MONTELONGO, ERNEST 95, 178 MOON, BRENDA 178 MORENO, MARY 178 PETTY, RHONDA115, 178 PHILLIPS, GLORIA 82, 178 PIRELO, MARY 119, 178 PLEMONS, PAM 178 POLLOCK, JAMES 178 POPHAM, KATHY 178 PURYEAR, MARVIN 178 PUSTEJOVSKY, LARRY 91, 178 PUTMAN, VICKI 178 QUINTANILLA, VELIA115,178 RAINES, ANN 178 RAMPY, HELEN 118, 179 RANEY, MIKE 179 REED, JERRY 179 REESE, CYNTHIA 179 REID, BARBARA 179 REID, LINDA 179 RENDON, PATRICIA 82,115,13 142, 179 REYES, RENNE 179 REYNA, JOE 179 RICE, DANNY 95, 179 RICHARD, JERRY 179 RICHARDS, LINDA 136, 179 RILEY, JEFFERY 179 RIVERS, KATHY 38, 137, 179 ROBNETT, JANET 82, 141, 179 RODRIGUEZ, ALFRED 179 RODRIQU EZ, MARY 26, 115, 179 ROMO, PAUL 179 ROSAS, IRENE 179 ROSENTRETER, NORMAN 179 ROSENTRETER, STEVEN 179 ROYALS, ALVIN 116, 179 RUBIO, MARISELA 82, 66,141,179 RUIZ, ROBERT 91,180 RUSHING, ELAINE 141, 180 RYNO, BARBARA 141, 180 SABINS, PATSY 141, 180 SALAZAR, GILBERT 180 SANCHEZ, YOLANDA 180 SANDERS, DERRILL 180 SANDERS, VICKI 180 SANTOS, VALENTE 180 SAULTER, SHELIA141,18O SAULTERS, MARCIA180 SCARBOROUGH, LOUIS 118, 180 SCHWARTZ, JAMES 180 SCOTT, LOTTIE 180 SEGOVIA, BLANCA 180 SELMAN, BILLY 180 SEVICK, GERALD 119, 180 SHOCKLEE, MARY 180 SCHRUM, JOHN 180 SIMS, PAM 180 SMITH, BRENDA 180 SMITH, BRUCE 26, 180 SMITH, CINDY 38, 82, 106, 180 SMITH, GAYRELLE119, 180 SMITH, MARVIN 180 SPENCER, CHERRELL18O SPRAGUE, SUSAN 82, 106, STEWART, MARSHA 127, 13 STITZ, DIANE 180 STODGHILL, RONNIE 180 STALSWORTH, JAMES 180 SUSTAITA,FAYE180 TANKERSLEY, CAROL 180 TAYLOR, PEGGY 180 115,180 1,180 TEMPLES, DONALD 38, 95, 115, 121, 180 TERRY, MARY 180 THOMAS, DICQUE115,131,137, 142, 180 TILLIS, LARRY 180 TINDELL, JOHNNY 180 TIPTON, THOMAS 94, 115, TUNMIRE, LARRY 180 TYE, RONALD 180 VASQUEZ, CAROL 38, 180 VASQUEZ, DOMINGO 119, 180 180 VASQUEZ, URBANO91, 132, 134, 180 VAUGHN, BOBBY 180 VERACRUZ, BENNY 98, 180 VERACRUZ, 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