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When thinking of Tech, SPIRIT 
is the first word that comes to a 
true Tech Titan's mind. Sometimes 
winning, sometimes losing — but 
never quitting. That's what being a 
Techster is all about. 

Memories of our extraordinary 
campus and the outrageous times 
on our 76 acres will forever linger. 
Those continuous Friday night foot- 
ball and basketball games along 
with "Let's Go, Tech!" chanted 
over and over shall never be for- 
gotten. Neither will Freshman Hill, 
the islands, the beautiful landscape, 
or the many buildings trekked to in 
the rain, snow, or sunshine. 

One can truly say that Tech is 
one of a kind. Who else has a 
vocational, magnet, and compre- 
hensive program combined with 
special schools on a large campus 
with 16 buildings? Many students 
are "part-timers" who share their 
day between their home school and 
Tech. 

More than 2,500 teens (46% 
Black, 51.8% White, 1.1% Asian, 
and .9% Hispanic) are building 
memories at the school whose be- 
ginnings can be traced to Abraham 
Lincoln's nod to acquire the land 
for an arsenal. 






Senior Fredereka Jetter works at fast food ser- 
vice. 

Enjoying the sunshine on one of the "islands" are 
Stacey Rosales and Anita Strough. 




Opening / 3 



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4 / Opening 



Seniors prepare the winning float for Homecom- 
ing '88. 



Waiting for someone to attack the Homecoming 
balloon tied around his neck, Brian Williams lives 
dangerously. 



A variety of student acitivities cap- 
tured the attention of Techsters al- 
though music, art, speech, foreign lan- 
guage clubs, publications, Key Club, 
business clubs, JROTC, and athletics 
were the most popular. For some 
groups, auditions or tryouts were 
mandatory. For others, selection by 
teachers or recommendations were 
necessary; still others only demanded 
an interest in the activity. 

The Student Council was the 
"umbrella" for the clubs at Tech. 
Elected the same day as President 
George Bush, was Council President 



Stacey Ortiz. 

Honoraries included the Tech Le- 
gion, the National Honor Society, 
Quill and Scroll, National Thespian 
Society, and the National Forensic 
League, to name a few. 

When Vice Principal Marilyn Mc- 
Cloud was asked her goals for the 
year, she said that she would like the 
clubs to have constitutions, goals, and 
plans for activities to achieve those 
goals. She also said she would like to 
see the clubs present leadership in- 
struction and opportunities for stu- 
dent leaders. 





Above: Economic students learn the market busi- 
ness by a practical exercise in buying and selling. 
John Kanouse taught all the economics classes. 
Other practical experiences In Social Studies in- 
cluded a mock election where students went 
through the process of voter registration and vot- 
ing on election day. 

Left: Although chemistry Is the class, one student 
tries his own experiment with a holiday balloon 
and his pencil. Many groups sold specialty bal- 
loons and messages as well as flowers, candy, 
and other products to earn funds. 



6 / Opening 




Above: Selling balloons and candy Is only one Right: Principal Benjamin Johnson meets with 
of the fundraisers for seniors and sponsors the Homecoming committee for an early morning 
Vickie Noel and Helen Moeller. practice. 



Opening / 7 





Left: Titan defense hold strong to protect 
their win and keep the Panthers from scoring 
in the fourth quarter. 

Above: Kim Llghtfoot and Sean Blagrave take 
the royal tour after their crowning by Vice 
Principal Marilyn McCloud. 



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Reaching maxium capacity with 
anxious, roaring Tech fans awaiting 
the kickoff of the 1988 Homecoming 
game that featured the mighty Titans 
against the North Central Panthers, 
the Tech side of the stadium rocked. 
With James Beck passing to Neil 
Lloyd out of a punt formation, the 46- 
yard touchdown touched off a cel- 
ebration by the fans. 

Nearing the end of the third quar- 
ter, Tech slipped their fans a scare 
when the Panthers tied the score 6-6. 
With 4:47 remaining, Gene Youngkin 
kicked a field goal of 23 yards. Teck 
led 9-6. The Titans managed to pro- 
tect their lead for the remainder of the 
game. 

The Titans had won their Home- 
coming! It had been eight years since 
the last Homecoming win. Fans went 
crazy. 

Homecoming began with the Friday 



night bonfire where the football play- 
ers were honored by the fans and 
cheerleaders. The band and Titanette 
Corps added the sparkle to the fes- 
tivities. 

Floats, the band, and various com- 
mittee cars preceeded the game. Seni- 
ors won the float honors. 

The half-time show featured a fire- 
baton twirler with the Tech Titan 
Marching Band. Dancing to the beat 
were the Titanettes. 

In the ten beautiful Corvettes, the 
royal candidates toured the track. 
Winning the Princess and Prince hon- 
ors were Kim Lightfoot and Sean 
Blagrave. Queen Elizabeth Seying and 
King Ted Coy were crowned by Prin- 
cipal Johnson. Helium balloons were 
released and created a colorful ending 
to the ceremony. Mr. David Banks 
and his committee planned the ac- 
tivities. 




8 / Homecoming 




Walking to Join the court are King and Queen 
candidates Brodey Mllbum and Cheerleader De- 
tra Woods. All the court members rode Corvettes 
in the Homecoming ceremonies. 




Above left: "Tame the Panthers" became a 
realtty in the Homecoming game. Banners and 
other art work surrounded the stadium to spur 
the Titans. 

Left: Elizabeth Seying and Ted Coy pose as 
the 1988 royalty couple. Home rooms voted 
for the winners. 



Above: The THan student and alumni crowd goes 
wild as the winning field goal hits the uprights for 
the first Homecoming win In eight years. 

Right: Coach John Newton helped Improve the 
1 988 season for the Titans who won their first 
three games. 




Homecoming / 9 



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Since 1912, Arsenal Technical 
High School has undergone many ar- 
chitectural changes. Beginning last 
year, Tech's multimillion dollar ten- 
year plan went into operation. The 
first item was the Arsenal roof. Then 
the interior was upgraded. 

The exterior of the Main 
(Tread well), Stuart, the West Resi- 
dence, Morgan, and Lone were next 
on the list. Even the tunnels were 
brought up-to-date. After interiors 
have been remodeled, some depart- 
ments will be relocated. 




Stuart Hall had exterior renovation done and will 
soon be the home of all the math and science 
classes. 



Lone Hall and the West Residence (Colonel's 
Cupboard) are getting major face-lifts. 



Beginning construction on the Main began with 
the roof. After the interior Is done, departments 
will be relocated. 



10 / Opening 




\bove: American runner Carl Lewis teas awarded 
he gold and the "fastest man" title In the Soul 
Olympics after Canadian Ben Johnson was dis- 
juallfled after his drug test and steroids dis- 
covered. 

Top Right: Two hopeful candidates vied for the 
^residency. Governor Michael Dukakis and Vice 
"resident George Bush debated and campaigned 
n a race that got closer on November 8. Bush 
von the race. 

lower Right: Giving his thumbs up at the Re- 
publican Convention, George Bush had Indiana's 
Dan Quayle at his side. Quayle took media heat, 
'iut survived Lloyd Bentsen's "You're not John 
Kennedy" remark. 



Election / 11 



Oh, the, job . . . 



When asked why they worked, 
Tech students had no doubts at all — 
money! Some added, "It's more fun 
than school." "My parents make 
me. 

But it is obvious that all the stu- 
dents like the spare change that jobs 
provide. Some students actually sup- 
port themselves with their jobs while 
others use the money for cars, 
clothes, and fun. 

The general rate of pay began at 
$3.35 but most students made at least 
$3.50. Some students worked at two 
or three parttime jobs. 

Most common working hours was, 



of course, the weekends with a week- 
night here and there thrown in for 
good measure. 

Fast food jobs was the winning cat- 
egory of job types, but a surprising 
number of Tech students work at the 
new Indianapolis Zoo where some 
worked with the public while others 
worked with the animals. 

Opportunities in business were 
available with several co-op programs 
in the Career Center. Many seniors 
worked at a parttime job in the af- 
ternoon after attending classes in the 
morning on campus. 




While working at O 'Malta's downtown, Kyra 
Brown tempts her customers with a wide variety 
of candy at her specialty area within the store. 




12 / Jobs 




Far Left: Junior Chandra Sterrett sells Jewelry on 
weekends. For a while, she was working at sev- 
eral parttime Jobs. Chandra's main motive was 
fashion. 

Left: While helping a customer. Rex Scott works 
at Crazy Ball in Union Station. Its good training If 
he ever wants to Join a midway attraction. 

Top Left: Richard Magbanua, Elizabeth Seying, 
Rochell Thomas, and Lttded Seying work at the 
Rice Bowl In Union Station. All have a wide va- 
riety of skills In food preparation. 

Top: Junior Shantel Hardin scoops out Ice cream 
at Union Station. She likes the Job where she can 
match Ice cream choices with her customer's 
wishes. 

Asking her customer what size Pepsi would she 
wants Is Titan Shelley Rosales. Shelley also 
works at Union Station, a top choice for Titan 
teens. 



Jobs / 13 




Mary Roberts, Brodey Mllbum (top left), Kim Mason, Stacey Lancaster, 
Kathy Clifford, Jade Robertson (top right), and Azeneth Rangel dress for 
the weather in a casual style. 




14 / Fashion 




Walking across campus, it's easy to 
see the wide variety of groupies at 
Tech. 

Blue jeans, long hair, and hard rock 
t-shirts advertising AC/DC, Bon Jovi, 
Guns N' Roses, Van Halen, or Cheap 
Trick are the favorites of some Titans. 
Concert crowds are spotted on Mon- 
days as they sport their groups' logos. 

Another group has "bushy" hair, 
dress pants, turtlenecks, and sweat- 
ers. Merry Go Round, DJ's and Coun- 
ty Seat are the stores for this group. 



The newest fad came from those 
who attend Broad Ripple as their sec- 
ond home. Most of them are dressed 
in black and have their heads shaved 
on one side. They say they don't want 
to "be like everybody else." 

It didn't really matter how students 
dressed since every style was rep- 
resented by the 2,500 students. The 
one thing that seemed to be consistent 
was that most clothes had writing on 
them whether they advertised a prod- 
uct, a school, or an idea. 




Hot weather means cool comfortable clothes for 



Bringing back Carl Lewis' style, Frank Ivy and 
Allen Lang keep then- hair boxed. 

Left: Junior Eric Sadler Is one of those who prefer 
the all-black look in clothes from the top of his 
head to his black shoesl 



Fashion / 15 



Cautpul Life, dub 

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When students saw fliers being 
passed out in the cafeteria, it meant 
Alan Ulsh was on his weekly visit to 
Tech. Alan was the adviser and leader 
of the popular Tech Campus Life Club 
which met every Monday night on 
East Tenth Street at Eaglewood Chris- 
tian Church. 




Jamie Curtis, Stacey Rosales, and Bemadette Scruggs prepare to serve nachos. 




Having group discussions on topics 
was only one activity of the club. 
Games described by one member as 
"wild and fun" helped the students 
learn about them selves. More than 
40 students attended each week. Eve- 
ry two months, the club met at 
Super Club. The schools represented 
then competed in funfilled games. 

Outings included the yearly trip to 
Florida during spring break. Fund- 
raisers earned the trip money. 
"Meeting new people, making friends, 
expressing your feelings in the dis- 
cussions, and the Florida trip" topped 
members Stacey Rosales, Jimmy 
Leonard, and Aaron Ferguson's list ol 
"bests" about Campus Life. 




Campus Life guys enjoy the refreshments. Tony Marsh, Eddie Hubbard, Robert Lucas, Jamie Curtis, Lisa Reeves makes Tony Marsh look like a mum 
David Ward, and Pablo Vasquez attend most meetings of Campus Life. "»y during one of the games. Trust (and speed\ 

are Important In this game. 



16 / Campus Life 




Proud to be *2, 1988 grad Dawn Ferguson made 
her status known. 

Working together paid off for the 1989 seniors 
who won first with then- float at Homecoming. 



Academics / 17 




TOP: Angella Whitfield prepares to answer her 
workbook questions In biology. 

TOP RIGHT: Leslie Turner and Marlanh Avery 
check their makeup before tackling the FOR- 
TRAN work In computer lab In the Arsenal. 

ABOVE: Sometimes writing begins with staring 
and concentrating on an Idea according to Trtna 
Owens and Jason Hutton In publications. 

RIGHT: Junior Tyson Spencer enjoys his "fifteen 
minutes of fame" as he Is Interviewed by a local 
television reporter. 



18 / Academics 




TOP LEFT: While Tom Peterson finishes his 
math assignment. Junior Mike Bacher warns the 
photograher to keep his distance. 

TOP: Enjoying the sun, Seniors Celeste White 
and Allen Lang check their notes before a test. 

MIDDLE: Computer studies can be fun says Les- 
lie Turner as she prepares a program. 

Taking advantage of Attendance Appreciation 
Day Is Junior Jody Fox who also displays her 
Titan pride. 



Academics / 19 




Miss Beck's second-year Spanish class students learn about culture from the "atmosphere". 



Mr. Banks heads the fair. 




Although the class Is small, Russian students discuss current news about the Soviet Union. 



International Festival means food! 



20 / Foreign Language 




Language, opponftw^ u)Uk at Teak 



Heading both the Tech and Magnet 
Language Departments, Mr. David 
Banks directs his 12 teachers in de- 
veloping students' communicative 
proficiency and knowledge of the his- 
tory, culture, and civilization in six 
languages. Fifth-year levels were add- 
ed in Arabic, Chinese, Japanese and 
Russian. Sixth-year levels will be add- 
ed next year. Advanced students at- 
tended the first summer International 
Studies Institute at Indiana University 
in Bloomington. 




Richard Magbanua works the Phlllipine Booth. Dawn Sulver enjoys French cheese samples. 



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Working with Mr. Banks, language students work on the council to plan the Homecoming events. 



Foreign Language / 21 



Neui fam uc mito 

Changes seemed to be the norm in 
the Music Department. Richard 
Caudill (orchestra) and Larry Dixon 
(keyboard and guitar) joined Depart- 
ment Head Paul Prather and Mrs. 
Cindy Hartshorn. With the loss of Mr. 
Gary Davis who took a full-time po- 
sition at a junior high, Mr. Prather 
took over the band second semester. 

Success came in many forms for 
music students. Students learned new 
skills in piano and guitar. The per- 
formance groups earned honors at 
contests. Contributing to the success 
was new accompanist Mrs. Jeannette 
Brown. 




Hold that note! The TECHoIr practices to grab that first at contests in April and May. 





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Whenever there Is music. Senior Michael Montgomery plays his drums to set the beat for Titans. 



22 / Music 




Directing the Techniques, Mrs. Cynthia Hartshorn helps the group practice for Sketchbook. 



Senior Tiffanl Coleman sight reads the music. 

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Mirrors used by performing groups to perfect dance routines reflect Mrs. Brown and the Techniques, the group begun this year. 



Music / 23 



faadm in Coutitbck, 

Directing 17 teachers, including 
newcomer Nancy Courtney, Mrs. Di- 
ane Comstock began her duties in 
August. Developmental reading was 
added in 1989 while etymology and 
some team teaching is planned for 
1989-90. 

Students and teachers earned hon- 
ors for Tech. The literary magazine 
earned an Excellence rating while 
teacher Cecil Tresslar had several 
poems published. Senior Theresa 
Wehrle was a Prelude Finalist. Celeste 
White won Tech's Shakespeare con- 
test. 




Learning how to direct cameras and make transitions on the editing console are Journalism student\ 
James Jones and Tommy Roper. Students were reviewing films. 




Stepping out of the classroom to direct plays, Mr. Junior Rene Britt toils in Mr. Tresslar's English 8 class as she takes notes on the lit assignment or 
Stan Minks reacts to stage actions. MACBETH. 



24 / English 




Vhlle Sean Williams Is at the board, Elizabeth Speech teacher Judith McBrlde checks scores In the cafeteria. Tech hosted two speech meets this 
>eytng checks her report with Mrs. Comstock. year. 




V earing a Navistar shirt. Tech's Partner In Education, English student Darrell Doss does research for his topic while Becky Fltzwater and Kim Mason look 
or Information, too. 



English / 25 




STAFF — Front Row: Angel Blakey, Joan Butler, Trina Owens, Joanne abeth Medina, Lisa Baker, Chastity Meyers, Stephanie Kidd, Katina Gra 
Butler, Todd Reese, Roberta Alvarado, Rachel Fitzwater. Top Row: Eltz- ham, Michelle Hensley, Elizabeth Duncan, Ktmberly Duncan, Kelvin Marlon 




PHOTOGRAPHERS — Kelly Floyd, Heather Hit- STAFF — Connie Nichols, Lisa Hopson, Stacey dents also wrote for the newspaper and year] 
lenburg, Terrl Hansford. Ortiz, Yearbook Editor Marcle Jurgesmeyer, book. 

Becky Jeremiah, Angela Jones. Journalism stu- 



26 / CANNON 



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Editors Marcia Jurgesmeyer and 
Dawn Herring attended Indiana Uni- 
versity's Journalism Institute during 
the summer. The CANNON Alumni 
helped with expenses. 

Students wrote and edited a teen 
page in the RECORDER. Page Editors 
joined the top newspaper manage- 
ment team. Reporters and photogra- 
phers worked fro both publications on 
a "need" basis. Nearly 100 students 
participated. 



Editor-in-Chief Dawn Herring talks to Sports Editor Mark Davis as Klmberly Duncan works. 




iTAFF — Matthew Ktrby, Marcia Jurgesmeyer, Brodey Mllburn, Delores Hart, Patricia Conley, Tammy 
\nderson. 



Page Editors Christ! Morse, Eddie Hubbard, Crys- 
tal Reld, April Davis directed reporters. 




\STAFF — Front Row: Tim Oliver, James Lomax, Dennis Maxey, Kevin Tamyra Anderson, Linda Thomas, Lisa Holt. Several staff members missed 
Hundy, Michael Scahlll, Michael Head, Donald Reeves, Kelly Floyd. Top picture day. 
\Row: Yolanda Tunstall, Janetta Rhodes, Richard Asher, Esther Powell, 



Publications / 27 



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Junior sponsor Jerry Hathaway leans against his flower car. He teaches Algebra and General Math. 



On March 4 Department Head 
Richard Soendlin and his 12 teachers 
hosted the first annual IPS High 
School Mathematics Day. About 400 
students competed at seven levels in 
General Math, Basic Algebra, Alge- 
bra, Geometry, Advance Math, and 
Calculus. Students earned individual 
ribbons, plaques, and medals. While 
Howe took school honors, Tech was 
awarded a plaque in Geometry and 
had many individual winners. Roberts 
also had two winners. 

Mrs. Marilyn Hoffman helped the 
Math Club become active again. Un- 
der President Sheree Morse and Vice 
President Lloyd Cooper, members 
worked with Harshman Junior High. 
Math Seminar and tutors helped Tech 
students who had troubles. 




Math teacher Jim Borshoff and computer man Terry Jones enjoy lunch In the Colonel's Cupboard. 



28 / Math 




Searching for Dwayne Winn 's paper is Mr. Richard Soendlln, Department Head. 



Timothy Cochran accepts his sweater. 





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Mrs. Judith Flegert's Algebra class gets set for another day of wonderful math. 



Bernard Miller Is at IUPUI; Erin York Is an NHS 
leader. 



Math / 29 




While front pages remind students of world events of the past, Wllma Stewart and her classmates listen to Mr. John Kanouse In Economics. 




Vice Principal McCloud awards certificates while Social Studies Head Gerald McLetsh watches. Pay attention, Brian! 



30 / Social Studies 




'oung Tech voices got their chance when the NEWS published opinions. 



Mrs. Martha Bradshaw, Mr. McLelsh, and Mrs. Mary Hill are In the office. 




Academic c/uMtyei issued 

Including magnet social studies teachers, 10 teachers 
directed activities in the department. Robert Brady, Tobi 
Elmore, and Mary Hill were new this year as was De- 
partment Head Gerald McLeish. Changes included a "G" 
U.S. History class, International Relations, Applied Eco- 
nomics, Current Events mini-course, and a government 
"G" class which focused on the U.S. Constitution. 

Next year American Studies, which will combine U.S. 
History and English 5-6, and World Studies, which will 
combine World Civilization and English 1-2, will be of- 
fered. Both will be two periods long. 

Students won district competition in the National Bi- 
centennial Competition on the Constitution, IUPUI's Model 
U.N., and in the National History Day Competition. In the 
fall the first campus-wide mock election was co-ordinated 
by the Social Studies and English Departments. 



Mrs. Hill's world geography festival takes planning. 



Social Studies / 31 



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Increasing the use of computers 
and other high tech devises, science 
teachers hope to improve academic 
achievement. Mrs. Glenda Agostino 
and Mr. Franklin Drumwright joined 
nine other on the staff directed by 
Mrs. Carol Smith. Field trips and 
hands-on activities also aided stu- 
dents. Next year astronomy and sci- 
ence technology will be offered. 




Science trips to Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry featured JASON, an underwater robo 










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Yes, students get to study animal brains. 



Inside the Museum theatre, Jeff Mink and friends wait for the show to begin. 




Senior Nathan Davis prepares his speciman. 



Using all her tools, Joyce Robinson tries to match what she sees with her workbook. 



32 / Science 




Mr. Drumwright teaches physical science. Greg Nowllng asks Mr. Drumwright for help. Mrs. Agosttno helps Steve Paden with project. 




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Mr. Easterly overlooks Saml's preparations. Science Club members Greg Nowllng and Steve Paden work on the space station project for the JETS. 



Science / 33 




Another student-built house co-ordinated by the Career Center gets dedicated In the fall. 




Russell Currln Is torqulng a crankshaft In Metal 

Trades, another vocational area. Students test Mr Robert Qooley and Mrs. Alexzene Hamilton directs activities for Dantta Williams, Evelyn At 

their skills on models and vehicles owned by derson Donado Thomas, and Catherine Stokes In handling clothes in drycleaning, one of the man 



students and teachers. 



vocational courses at Tech. 



34 / Career Center 




.earning to make pies, Matthew Swanson adds to 
lis cooking skills In model restaurant. 




Minding the cash register Is Bemadette Scruggs at the Colonel 's Cupboard. Mrs. Doris Raines directs 
the students In model restaurant. Mrs. Ruby Jones became the cook after Mrs. Vera Miller retired after 
10 years at Tech in the restaurant. 

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Mr. Robert Stockard, vice principal 
in charge of the Career Center, wears 
many hats. He and his assistant Mrs. 
Talitha Anderson not only direct the 
variety of courses, but they also deal 
with ID's and buses. The Career Cent- 
er attracts students from all IPS high 
schools who want to learn vocational 
skills. Counselors assist in placement. 

Students In welding can get good paying Jobs if 
they master all the skills taught In class. 



Career Center / 35 




Malinda Wesley, Katrina Hendricks, DeSheila Abkar, Kelly Brown, and Chieu Tran practice their craft in cosmetology. 




Louis Brown was the artist for William Finley and Keith Belt relaxes while Stephen Majors trims the side of his head. Barbers often became artists as 
his cut. India White concentrates on her cut. they either followed their own imagination or instructions from their customers. Athletes who wanted 

to look good saw student barbers directed by Mr. Gordon Owen. 



36 / Career Center 




Tina Cunagun finishes off an outfit in alteration and tailoring 



Tyrone Morrison Is In architectural drafting. 




iometlmes machines have to be abandoned as Rae Ann Gonzales demonstrates under the instruction The important question — will all those parts fit 
>f Mr. William Harrod. back together? Sure, says these students. 



Career Center / 37 



New avodaJiiub 
and a kauu name. 

Industrial Technology, not industri- 
al arts! New courses, new facilities, 
new labs, and new teaching tech- 
niques provided opportunities for stu- 
dents as they learned how to use 
technology and how it affects society. 
Mr. CO. Montgomery joined the staff. 

Following an idea to the completed 
project in producing a video, a dream 
home, a manufactured product, a 
wood construction, and a car were all 
part of courses. 




Larry Eversole, Donnle Morris, Jose Ramones, Earl McCloud, and Larry Hankerson look over the 
Porsche that became a project for students in Auto Body and Auto Mechanics. 




Superintendent James A. Adams addresses the construction students at the 
tree-topping ceremony. In Industrial Technology, students learn to design 
and build their dream house. They use computers and other technology to 



get their ideas from their heads to a model. Mr. Dennis McClaln supervises 
the department. 



38 / Industrial Tech 




Hchael Miller concentrates on his drawing. In Industrial Technology, stu- 
ents will get an overview of this sort of work. They work with blue prints 
id computers In creating the final product. 




hrls Wilson and Henry Morris learn the Inner Jimmie Preston does his thing in welding, a Ca- Rodney Crouch works on a carpentry project with 
orklngs of an automobile. reer Center course. a variety of tools. 




avid Lloyd and Tina Morris test their electronics skills while learning about circuit boards. A new Mr. Duckworth In Small Engine Repair aids La- 
yurse In computer repair will be offered In Career Center next year. vtnla Price, Lisa Pennington, and Robbie Den- 

ning. 



Industrial Tech / 39 




Jerri Riley transcribes and types her notes. 



in practice lab, filing Is an Important skill for the girls to learn as Is working Independently. 




Monica Whltaker and Carrie Rlgdon work together to get the equipment up and running In the lab. 



40 / Business 




Word processing machines demand special skills finds Tina Fields. 



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Continuing to lead the department, 
Mrs. Joyce Freeman set goals which 
encouraged her 11 teachers to con- 
stantly revise courses to include cur- 
rent business practices so students 
would be prepared for the "real" busi- 
ness world. Business computer appli- 
cations, word processing, office lab- 
oratories, typing, business math, 
filing, secretarial concepts, account- 
ing, record keeping, and business law 
were some of the courses offered at 
Tech. 

The Business Department is tied 
closely to the Career Education Cent- 
er. Seven of the teachers also teach 
career courses. 




Ashanta Duerson and Natasha Lofton use typewriters that might be found In any modern office. 



Business / 41 



Ait Oepatttued layi goodbye, 
tir Stmt 1-lcM, Hind (toon, 

Although this year was a stable one 
for the department, next year will be 
quite different when the department 
leaves Stuart for the Barn. "We are 
looking forward to moving to the Barn 
as an improved, private art facility 
that should enhance the art program 
immensely," said Department Head 
Kermit Swenson. 

The Art Department offered 
courses in ceramics, photography, 
craft design, stage design, leather 
work, drawing, clay techniques, com- 
mercial art and sign painting, cartoon- 
ing, and jewelry. Banners, posters, 
and displays were also provided for 
school events. Honors went to many 
art students. 




Tech grad, Disney artist, and author William Peet began his career In a class like this. 




Senior Kyra Brown and teacher Michael Slover display her latest artist effort. Kyra has won several awards for her artwork. 



42 / Art 



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Captains Trinna Weir, Ellen Taylor, Michelle Wallace and Co-Commanders Tim Cochran and Penny Benson pose under a student-designed sign. 




Aurlea Harvey and Lttded Seying display their artwork. 



Stagecraft designed FAME classrooms. 



Art / 43 



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Educating students in areas of im- 
portance in health and physical ed- 
ucation so they can have a longer and 
better quality of life is the primary 
goal of Tech's Health and Physical 
Education Department. Ten teachers 
were directed by Mr. John Hurrle. 
Courses included first aid, health, rec- 
reational sports, swimming, table ten- 
nis, drug education, adapted physical 
education, and physical education. 

All Tech students take swimming during physical 
education. Safety Is the first consideration. 

Aerobics Is for all students, girls and boys, says 
Instructor Mrs. Sandra Moreland. 




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rs. Moreland helps FAME choreography for the chorus numbers. Although some have had dance. Checking In for lunch Mrs. Donna Pope-Green 
ost have not. Many of the students have taken aerobics. teaches phys ed and coaches cheerleaders and 

sports. 




Calling the shots on the wrestling sidelines Is Mr. Francis Knue who runs the swimming pool. 



Skills and fun are In Tech 's pool. 



Phys Ed and Health / 45 



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Mr. Stan Irwin directs the Health 
Professions Center and its five teach- 
ers. Dana Fisher, Beverly Ransdel, 
Donna Uhlenhake, Carolyn Wegner, 
and Barbara Weilhamer teache the 
skills. Biology, chemistry, patient 
care, medical lab, and integrated 
health professions were offered 
courses. 

The magnet attracts students in- 
terested in health professions. Lab 
technicians, dental assistants, nurses, 
and doctors were just a few of the 
considered career choices the stu- 
dents could explore. 

Located in Stuart Hall, the class- 
rooms were part of the remodeling 
done two years ago. Keeping equip- 
ment current and practices close to 
what is used by professionals meant 
constant monitoring by the staff who 
worked closely with the community. 




HOSA — Front Row: Mellnda Orrick, Bebra Bradbum, Melissa Gilbert, Christine 
Caudel, Jennifer Fisher. Back Row: Mrs. Carolyn Wegner, Tabatha Withers, Jodi 
Thurman, Ayana Clements 



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Student posters explain dangers of smoking. 



Mr. Richard Allen teaches health students in the Main (Treadwell). 



46 / Health 



el tela Garcia works on her computer skills at her lab station. Computers are used In all departmental 
istructlon; thus, the computers In Stuart and Treadwell require Intricate scheduling. The magnet 
omputers and the Arsenal computers are dedicated to one area. Career Education has Its own 
omputer labs. 




Patrick Reed talks to his computer, as most students do, when tt Just doesn't do what was expected of ft. 



Computers / 47 



Sergeant Nerts Willis heads Sergeants Alvln Boehmer and Dock Hughes In the JROTC Department 
Each year the JROTC unit competes In several drill areas. The unit represents Tech at parades In the 
city and aids the athletic department at events. With the changing of the type of ammunition used, the 
shooting range was reopened. 




Walking through a drill routine is the beginning to excellence for the corps. 



48 / JROTC 




Mia Hosapple gets cadets to attention while they practice on the parking lot. 



Cadets are surrounded by symbols of success. 





It takes all tricks to get the correct measurement In marching formations. 



Color Guard assists HRC tree planting. 



JROTC / 49 




Delbert Brooks as Leroy leads the chorus in an energetic dance in FAME. Choreography was designed by Mrs. Sandra Moreland. 




Leroy listens to Mrs. Sherwood (Camllle Higginson), the teacher who turned Leroy's life around. 



He wants to be an actor says Paul McGary. 



50 / Play 




Brian Osborne as Ralph dreams of stardom as a comedian while his classmates work in English class. 




FAME emtbtm uaUte, 
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FAME, directed by Mr. Stan Minks, 
starred Delbert Brooks as Leroy. Ac- 
tors included Brian Osborne, Camille 
Higginson, Andrea Garrett, Paul Mc- 
Gary, Kenneth Wincel, Brandon Har- 
ris, Kristina Kern, Raymond Terry, 
Dawn Sulver, Tamyra Anderson, 
Siwatu Wilson, Francian Dash, Sim- 
eon Peebler, Jeff Klinck, Jocelyn 
Fenton, Jennifer McKinney, Jennifer 
McKibben, April Starkey, Michelle 
Heckman, Tracy Clark, and Craig 
Brown. Dancers were Celeste White, 
Tamyra Dickerson, Charlene Holt, 
Amelia Jamison, Mary Roverys, 
Nicole Scroggins, Zuleika Thompson, 
Tina Jimison, Lavonna Anderson, 
Hope Spivey, Damiali Morrison, 
Clayton Jordon III, and Randolph 
Pogue. 



Trying to explain his reasons for his behavior Is Brian Osborne to Paul McGaty and Dawn Sulver. 



Play / 51 




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Earning the championship In the city tournament, 
the Lady Tttans use the team spirit to begin their 
march to the Sectional title, too. 

As part of their Tech tradition, the Gtrla Cross 
Country team would do their "Cross Country 
Sag" after a hard meet or practice. Graceful, yes? 




52 / Sports 



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anne Cozmanoff shouts encouragement to her Anything to keep from being bored Joanna Sher- Tina Slzemore and Kristal Bowers guard the en- 
am of wrestlers at a meet. rill, Lianna Cozmanoff, Lisa Baker, and Esther trance to the wrestling room. 

Powell pose. 




zch Mates — Front Row: Lianna Cozmanoff, Judy Bobbin, Kristal Bowers, 
na Slzemore, Bemadette Scruggs, Kimberly Pate. Standing: Mrs. Sandra 
oreland, Joanna Sherrtll, Dianne Robertson, Rachel Butler, Katina Gra- 



ham, Esther Powell, Crtstie Httchens, Lisa Rogers, Rebecca Jeremiah. The 
girls assisted with scoring matches, getting mats ready, and keeping wres- 
tlers' morales high. 



Tech Mates / 53 



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Even though the Varsity went through 
some tough times, the season ended at 
14 wins and 10 losses. The best moment 
for Coach Craig's team came when it 
won the City Championship by defeating 
Cathedral 53 to 49. Tho low came when 
Cathedral eliminated Tech 61 to 51 in 
the sectional. It had been 12 long years 
since Tech had won the city. Four of 
team made all-tourney. 

Losses came against such tough op- 
ponents as Muncie Central (one point) 
and Lebanon (four points). Tech won 
over Ritter, Scecina, Manual, Arlington 
(three times), Cathedral, Washington, 
Roncalli (twice), Northwest, Ben Davis, 
North Central, and Howe. MVP was 
Henry Gooch. Derris Harrison was Mr. 
Hustle. Mental attitude winner was 
James Jones. Chrisman Harding had the 
most rebounds. 



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rim. He earned an emblem with two service bars. 




VARSITY BASKETBALL — Seated: Manager Shelly Stewart, Kevin Mundy, 
Sean Day, Darcy Standfleld, James Jones, Henry Gooch, James Lomax, and 
Manager Tameka Hawkins. Standing: Manager Bernard McFarland, Virgil 
Bleill, Mike Stanley, Tim Oliver, Chrisman Harding, James Beck, Darris 



Harrison, Robert Cooley, Head Coach Frank Craig, Manager Michael Pol- 
lard. Jones and Oliver were awarded four year plaques. Both began their 
careers at Attucks High School. Gooch was the assist leader while Jones 
led in free throw percentage. 



54 / Basketball 




Hbn Oliver goes strong to the basket as Scecina 's Joe Murheam tries to block It. Tim could shoot 
hree-potnters, too. He was nominated to McDonald's All AMerlcan Basketball team. 



Junior Derrls Harrison drives between the de- 
fenders to score against Scecina. 




iasketball victories often depend upon who Is willing to mix It up on the 
loorfor loose balls. Henry Gooch and James Jones fight for possession of 
he ball. Earning their letters this year was Harrison, Lomax, and Mundy. 



James Beck and Sean Day earned emblems with a service bar. Harding and 
Gooch earned their second major awards. 



Basketball / 55 



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The JV finished fairly strong, but 
six straight early losses hurt the rec- 
ord. Shooting percentage of 39 per- 
cent also hurt. A bright spot was 65 
percent free throws. The City Tour- 
ney was a good place for Tech fans if 
they had strong hearts. The Titans 
defeated Arlington 38-36 and then 
lost to Roncalli 35-34. Coach Bleill 
began the season with 15 players and 
ended with 10. Leading scorers for 
the JV were Chelsey Bannister and 
Brian Dyson. Bannister was also the 
leading rebounder while Gregory Wil- 
liams led in assists and steals. 

The frosh won 6 and lost 13 games. 
Broad Ripple, Chatard, and Washing- 
ton were some of the wins. 




Gregory Williams skies to pass the ball over his taller guard. Williams led In assists and steals for tin 
junior varsity. 




JUNIOR VARSITY — Front Row: Bernard McFarland, Shelly Stewart, Reserve Coach Virgil Bleill, Stewart Brown, Chelsey Bannister, Ronald 
Gregory Williams, Lee Moore, Marcus Thomas, Jamaryon Middlebrooks, Parks, Ramone Batts, Marvin Tardy, Marcus Jefferson, Jason Jones, Robert 
Keith Taylor, Brian Dyson, Tameka Hawkins, Michael Pollard. Top Row: Cooley, Frank Craig. 



56 / Basketball 





Michael Radford successfully blocks the shot to help give Tech a win over Washington, 44-43. Coach 
Robert Cooley, In his first year saw much team Improvement. 



Thomas Vessely (50) and Larry Griggs (45) watch 
as Shannon Allen shoots. 




Looking to pass the ball, frosh Everett Wade keeps the ball low and his feet 
moving. Numerals were earned by Joseph Ahem, Shannon Allen, Gary 
Bennett, Raymond Bolen, Herman Font, John Granberry, Larry Griggs, 



Ronald Johnson, Andre Mann, Cory McTush, and Thomas Vessely. Howard 
Sean, Michael Radford and Everett Wade earned certificates. 



Basketball / 57 



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Finishing the season with a 16-7 
record, the Girls Varsity team were 
led by Coach Ronald Fyffe and As- 
sistant Coach Cecilia Mimms. Al- 
though the team lost 8 to grad- 
uation, Dawne Wilhite, Yolanda 
Willis, Fredereka Jeter, and Sherri 
Dawson returned and provided 
leadership. The underclass devel- 
oped quickly. The team lost the 
first two games then won 9 of the 
next 10, including the City Tour- 
ney. After winning the sectional, 
the girls lost to state-ranked 
Brebeuf, 34-29 in the Regional. 

Nine players will return and 
transfer Rona Henderson will be 
eligible. Junior Sherri Dawson had 
an outstanding year and was the 
leading scorer (21.7) and rebounder 
(15.7) in Marion County as wll as 
first teams All-Indianapolis, All- 
Metro, All-City, All-Junior and 
fourth team All-State. 




ABOVE: Christina Foster tries to turn the cor- 
ner to get a shot while Yolanda Willis and 
Audrey Robinson watch. RIGHT: MVP Sherri 
Dawson beats three defenders. 




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GIRLS BASKETBALL — Seated: Tamyra Anderson, Leslie Turner, Chris Taylor, Chontel Miller, 
Amber Hopkins, Stephanie Wlllsey, Tracee Wisdom, Dutonta Slack, Yvette Sultzer, Tonlca Smtth. 
Standing: Hadlah Wadud, Ron Fyffe, Kim Patrick, Dawne Wilhlte. Audrey Robinson, Christine 
Foster, Sherrl Dawson, Karen Moore, Kelsha Springer, Holly Moore, Yolanda Willis, Kenyatta 
Bannister, Cecilia Mlmms, Midge Kelley. 



Basketball / 59 




Getting help for a defensive play, Frank Ivey watches the ball fall to the ground. 



With an obvious face mask call, the Titans gt 
extra yards on the penalty call. 



60 / Football 





■ophomore Neal Lloyd celebrates his touchdown 
1 the Hoosler Dome. Tech did well on the ar- 
ficlal turf In the Dome. 

'timing to ask the coach for Instruction, quar- 
trback Terrence Hosley practices for Homecom- 
tg game. 



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Statistically the Tech Titans foot- 
ball team had a great year. They 
gained 783 rushing yards. Senior Eric 
Thurman led with 394 yards, and Car- 
men Shirley followed with 203 rush- 
ing yards. 

Terrence Hosley threw for 591 
yards, and D'arcy Stanfield threw for 
202 yards. Chris Harding was the 
leading receiver with 390 yards. Ti- 
tans intercepted the ball nine times 
during the season. Leading tacklers 
were Dujuan Carpenter, Jason Stan- 
sberry, Marcus Saloane, and Marti 
Roberts. 

Saloane made All City while Der- 
rick Moulder was the outstanding se- 
nior. 




OOTBALL TEAM — Kneeling: David Radford, 
'elvln Hawkins, Frank Ivy, Karl Taylor, John 
Hlllamson, D'arcy Stansfleld, Greg White, Ron 
oik. Carmen Shirley. Row Two: Shawn Howard, 
ary Spencer, Eric Thurman, Terrence Hosley, 
elth Taylor, Garrtck Hall, Jamaryon Mld- 
lebrooks, Marcus Clasby, Sean Blagrave, Gene 



Youngktn, Thomas Caudell, Marti Roberts. Row 
Three: Coach John Newton, Steven Radford, 
Marcus Saloane, Dejuan Carpenter, Derrick 
Moulder, Corey Majors, Mark Davis, Jason Stan- 
sberry, Larry Dalton, Jason Foreman, Tim Tuttle, 
Neal Lloyd, Donald Hollowell, Coach Green. Top 
Row: Coaches Robert Woodard and Ron Fyffe, 



Chris Harding, James Beck, John Granberry, Sam 
Kent, Eric Van Wye, Benny Stoller, Pablo Stoller, 
Rico Brown, Daniel Cannon, Greg Dodd, Paul 
Jones, Randy Gee, Greg Caldwell, Andrea 
James, Coaches Johnson and Cooley. 



Football / 61 



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Although the varsity team did well 
during the season, not enough players 
were found to play a jv schedule. The 
frosh found it tough going, too. They 
had no wins for their efforts. Several 
of the games were close, but points on 
the board were hard to come by. 

Announcements of football awards 
came late because of Coach Newton's 
leg injury at Homecoming which side- 
lined him from the classroom for sev- 
eral weeks. Dujuan Carpenter and 
Marcus Saloane were Outstanding De- 
fense, Eric Thurman was Outstanding 
Back while Chrisman Harding and Ja- 
son Stansberry were Outstanding Of- 
fense. Terrence Hosley got the Mental 
Attitude Award. James Beck was 
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defense while trying to complete the play. Howard tries to turn the corner. what he wants them to do. 



62 / Football 




T.J. Mlddlebrooks and Michael Radford assist each other as they crunch their opponent. 



Quarterback Jason Johnson also punted. 




Allen Tuttle hurries to help John (Chris) Clark and Gary Ralney on the tackle. 



Football / 63 



CROSS COUNTRY — Kneeling: Rachelle if 
pins, Kyra Brown, Michelle Jones, Marcla J urge 
meyer, Denlse Upshaw. Standing: Coach J< 
Kleine, Jennifer McKlbben, Christina Culllso 
LaShawna Shepherd, Annette Faust. 








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Showing good form Is Annette Faust. 



Rachelle Pippins races for the finish. 



64 / Cross Country 








Pushing hard for the finish is Brodey Milburn. 



TeaMl let pmoaai 

Boys and Girls Cross Country 
teams had overall positive seasons 
this year. Coach Bruce McGeath di- 
rected Seniors Manual Hopson and 
Brodey Milburn, Sophomores John 
Kurek, Bruce Keene and Vaughn Har- 
rison, and Freshman Mike Novak in 
their 0-6-1 season. The boys finished 
eighth of 13 teams in the city meet 
and sixth of ten teams in the Sec- 
tionals. Manual Hopson finished 
fourth in the sectionals and twelfth of 
70 runners in the regionals. 

Girls Cross Country, directed by 
Coach Jay Kleine, posted a 4-7 record 
with Seniors Jennifer McKibben, Kyra 
Brown, Marcia Jurgesmeyer, Rachelle 
Pippins, and Michelle Jones; Juniors 
Christina Cullison and LaShawna 
Shepherd, and Sophomore Annette 
Faust. Almost all attained personal 
records with the top three running the 
almost 2 1/2 mile course in the 18 
minute range. 




CROSS COUNTRY — Kneeling: Mike Novak, John Kurek. Standing: Bruce Keene, Manual Hopson, 
Brodey Milburn, Coach Bruce McGeath. 



Manual Hopson usually led the team. 



CROSS COUNTRY / 65 



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Although team scores weren't 
great, individual wrestlers did well. 
The frosh ended 2-3, JV was 3-2, and 
Varsity was 5-13. Aaron Ferguson 
was the MVP while Eddie Hubbard 
was the most improved. Benny Stoller 
had the fastest pin. 




Eddie Hubbard went to regional* 



Trainer Robert Hardlman, Chad Gregory, and Coach Bryant Lawson shout encouragement during 
matches. David Ward and Aaron made it to the semi-state. 



66 / Wrestling 




VRESTLING — Front Row.Comellus Logwood, Michael Scahlll, Larry Chad Gregory, Jeff Lynch, Mark Brown. Top Row: Bryant Lawson, David 
)avls, Joshua Bangert, Aaron Schwartz, Denlse Upshaw. Second Ward, Jeremy Bunce, Benny Stoller, Brian Williams, Pablo Stoller, Jason 
Xow.Penny Benson, Lamont Harris, John Williamson, DeJuan Carpenter, Stansberry, Aaron Ferguson, Francis Knue, Coach. 




: ROSH WRESTLERS — Front Row: Marvin Harris, Joshua Robertson, 
llchael Hamilton. Top Row: Byron Helms, Mark Brown, Lamont Harris, 
iryant Lawson. Harry Suiters. Graduates Mark Brown and Bryant Lawson, 
wo of Tech's leading wrestlers, returned to aid Coach Knue. Tech medals 



went to Penny Benson, Aaron Ferguson, and David Ward. Jason Stansberry 
had the most falls. Robert Gregory was captain for the reserves while Aaron 
Ferguson and Eddie Hubbard captained the varsity. 



Wrestling / 67 



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Although the girls swimming sea- 
son was somewhat disappointing 
since they posted only two wins, the 
girls did well in the most important 
meets of the regular season. In the 
Tech Invitational six teams competed 
— Tech, Howe, Indian Creek, Wash- 
ington, Mount Vernon and Arlington. 
Only four IPS high schools have 
teams. Tech placed third in the meet 
and was first of all the city teams to be 
the City Champions. 

Theresa Wehrle was the Most Val- 
uable Swimmer. Shannon Grady was 
voted the Most Improved Swimmer. 
Sara Benjamin earned the Best Mental 
Attitude Award. Coach Bill Rosenstihl 
was pleased with the improvement of 
the girls during the season. 




SWIMMING — Bottom Row: Coach Bill Rosenstihl, Todd Reese, Jennifer Wilson, Sara Benjamin 
Denel Wall, Shannon Grady, Keith Rapp. Top Row: Almee Hill, Ninya Hiese, Stephanie Wlllsey, Trac\ 
Clark, Theresa Wehrle. Several of the girls competed well In the sectionals although no one advanced 
Tracy Clark successfully defended her city diving title. 



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68 / Swimming 




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Not having enough swimmers to 
cover all the events cost the swim 
team points; thus, the record was 0- 
13 for the year. MVP Kevin Marsh 
made it to the finals in the sectional. 
Greg Reese won the mental attitude 
award while Jason Graham was rec- 
ognized as the most improved swim- 
mer. 

Greg Ward earned a Tech medal in 
swimming as did Brodey Milburn. 
Kevin Marsh, John Pettengill, Greg 
Reese, and Matthew Stuckey earned 
their second major awards in swim- 
ming. Coach Bill Rosenstihl led the 
team. 




IOYS SWIM TEAM — Front Row: Tracy Clark, Nlnya Hlese, Shannon 
trady, Theresa Wehrle, Sara Benjamin. Second Row: Coach Bill Rosenstihl, 
'rlc Knabe, Craig Brown, Scott Klefner, Matt Stuckey, Kevin Marsh, Gregory 



Todd Reese, Brodey Milburn. Top Row: Paul McGary, Kris Rlchart, Gary 
Ralney, Brian Osborne, Greg Ward. Not pictured: Keith Rapp, Almee Hill, 
Jason Graham, John Pettengill, and Dustln Fjeld. 



Swimming / 69 



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Tennis players had a winning sea- 
son this year with a record of seven 
wins and six losses. Senior Greg Ward 
placed first in third round singles in 
the IPS Invitational. Rob Lucas placed 
first in the second round singles. Jon 
Andrews and James Irvin were first in 
the second round doubles. Marvin 
Harris and Pat Pettengill were first in 
the first round doubles. 

MVP for the team was Greg Ward. 
Kevin Marsh earned the Most Improv- 
ed Player Award while Marvin Harris 
earned the Best Mental Attitude 
Award. Coach Kathy Kinghorn now 
leads both boys and girls tennis teams. 

Kevin Marsh concentrates on his follow-through 
as he hits a return. 











TENNIS — Kneeling: Joshua Robertson, James Curtis, Pat Pettengill, Marvin Harris. Standing: Coach Kathy Klnghom, Kevin Marsh, Rob Lucas, James 
Irvin, Greg Ward, Jon Andrews. 



70 / Tennis 




Giving his all to return the serve. Senior Greg Ward rushes to the ball with no regard for his knees. Greg earned the MVP award for his efforts. 




Sophomore Kevin Marsh will return next fall to build on the fine record of the 1988 team. 



Tennis / 71 




Dropping to the floor Fredereka Jeter attempts to set the ball for her team. The senior helped steady play. 




Fredereka serves the ball with a power move. Ronnetta Tobin eyes her serve as she prepares to Using a different technique In her serve Is Camtlle 
Serving takes timing, power, and placement to be hit it to the opposite court. Hlgglnson. Camllle Is one of the many sopho- 

successful. mores on the squad. 



72 / Volleyball 



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Although the volleyball team had a 
trying season this year with a limited 
number of players, the girls set goals 
putting determination and dedication 
at the top of their priorities for four 
years. Recruiting from junior highs 
that feed into Tech, conditioning 
themselves, and working on the fun- 
damentals are goals for 1989. 

Coach Cecilia Mimms took over 
varsity responsibilities from Coach 
Mary Lou Manka. Coach Manka as- 
sisted this season after coaching the 
varsity for 15 years. With most of the 
girls returning from this year, the 
coaches saw improvement in skills 
which led to several tight matches. 




VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Kneeling: Ronnetta Tobln, Camllle Htgglnson, Dawn Wllhlte, Linda Thomas. Standing: Coach Cecilia Mimms, Alsha Woodard, 
Fredereka Jeter, Mia Holsapple, Tracee Wisdom, Coach Maty Lou Manka. 



Volleyball / 73 







At 135, Freshman Marvin Harris was champion of Senior Brodey Milburn received the Best Mental Attitude Award during the 1988 Cross Country 
his class. season. Brodey also swam for Tech. 





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Senior Gregory (Todd) Reese managed for the Along with playing volleyball, Fredereka Jeter was a varsity basketball player and ran track. She won c 
girls team and dived for the boys team. medal in basketball. 



74 / Outstanding 




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Some of the Tech athletes who 
gave "that something extra" when it 
was needed helped continue the green 
and white tradition of excellence. 
These athletes met personal goals and 
helped teammates. 




MVP Manuel Hopson raises his first tn Cross Country for the CANNON photographer. 



Sherrl Dawson, Christina Foster, Ketsha Spring- 
er, Kim Patrick, Fredereka Jeter play ball. 




rodey Mllbum, Best Attitude (BMA) cross country; Marvin Harris, BMA tennis; Kevin Marsh, Most 
itproved (Ml) tennis; Jenny McKlbben, MVP cross country; Sara Benjamin, BMA swimming; Marcla 
argesmeyer, BMA cross country; Shannon Grady, Ml swimming; Theresa Wehrle, MVP swimming. 



MVP Henry Gooch shoots a three-pointer. 



Outstanding / 75 




Cheerleaders Inspire crowd to cheer football 
team to Homecoming victory. 

Titans brave weather elements to get to class. 
Sometimes the five minutes to get from building 
to building just wasn't enough. 



76 / Life 



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On November 22, 24 seniors and 14 juniors were 
nitiated into National Honor Society. Officers were Pres- 
ident Michele Wallace, Secretary Penny Benson, and 



Treasurer Erin York. Honorary members inducted were 
Mrs. Gloria Robbins, retired principal's secretary, and Miss 
Anna Parker, retired social studies teacher. 




ieniors wtth GPA of 7.0 and above. Front Row: Jennifer McKlbben, Tan 
Cochran, Michele Wallace, Brodey Milbwm, Erin York, Penny Benson, 



Bernard Miller. Back Row: Kristlna Craft, Ktrt Chapman, Kris Rlchart, 
Jeffrey Bunten, Anita Strough, Wtlma Stewart, Lisa Sizemore. 




\enlor Inmates — Front Row: Claudia Bennett, Celeste White, Roland 
Men, Michelle Morris, Velva Duncan, Kyra Brown, Julie Leisure, Azeneth 
{angel. Second Row: Joyce Robinson, Darrell Doss, Sean Cook, Jeffrey 
lunten, Cynthia Hunsford, Kirt Chapman, Rochell Thomas. Back Row: 
iatrina Weir, Ellen Taylor, James Irvin, Jade Robertson, Kris Rlchart, 
'ackle Polston, Derrick Moulder, Sean Williams, Pam Riley. 



Junior Initiates — Front Row: Tou Vang, Tracy Clark, Kim Alexander, 
Shaunda Scott, Shurell Johnson, Spring Bradbury. Top Row: Mai Xla Vang, 
Paula Maxwell, Charles Harp, Joseph Bowling, Tamsin McPherson. 



NHS / 77 






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All language clubs participated in 
the International Fairs at the Con- 
vention Center and at Tech. Aimee 
Hill led Spanish Club on a ski trip, a 
skating party, and to a restaurant. 
The group plans to go to Mexico in 
August. French officers included Brian 
Williams, Dawn Sulver, Kim Gerald, 
and Krissy Kern. They went to Chez 
Jean and had several fund raisers. 
Roslyn Lipkins led Chinese Club 
which published a bi-monthly news- 
paper. Rekiesha Paige, Rachel Butler, 
and Sheree Morse led Japanese Club 
which did research for possible schol- 
arships. 





(Top) JAPANESE CLUB — Eugene Garrison, Sheree Morse, Roslland 
Wells, Rakesha Paige, J. Lamont Smith. SPANISH CLUB — Front Row: 
Vanessa Williams, Ha Cozmanoff. Second Row: Tracy Clark, Crystal Reld. 



Third Row: Matt Stuckey, Todd Reese, John Petttngill, Chris Savage. Top 
Row: Dustin Fjeld, Jeremy Bunce, Arrold Mailings, Benny Stoller. 



78 / Clubs 




FRENCH CLUB — Front Row: Paul 
McGary, Angel Barns, Dawn Sulver, 
Marty Williams, Krissy Kern. Sec- 
ond Row: Mr. David Banks, Andrew 
Forsee, Brian Delphln, Brian Wil- 
liams, April Starkey, Kim Geralds. 




Left: Stuart is home to language clubs. Top: Research never ends for 
language students. Above: CHINESE CLUB — Lee White, Sandra English, 
Eric Sadler, Shona Holden, Andy Forsee, Grade Proctor. 



Clubs / 79 



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Mathmatics Club members enjoyed 
stretching their minds in club activ- 
ities. Members competed during Math 
Day at Tech and at other compe- 
titions. The Math Club sponsor was 
Mrs. Marilyn Hoffman. 

The tenth district final for the Na- 
tional Bicentennial Competition on 
the Constitution and Bill of Rights at 
Butler University found Tech taking 
first overall. Lewis Gee accepted the 
trophy. Mr. Karl Schneider directed 
the contest in which each unit, in a 
class of six units, was given three 
questions to study. The judging was 
done on a four-minute presentation by 
each unit. Other schools at the contest 
were Ben Davis and Howe. Tech went 
on to national competition. Compe- 
tition began in social studies classes as 
a celebration of the 200th anniversary 
of the Constitution. 




MATHEMATICS CLUB — Rakesha Page, Sheree Morse, Lloyd Cooper, Dountonia Slack, Gregor 
Turner, Eugene Garrison. 



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BECENTENNIAL DISTRICT CHAMPS — Front Row: Karl Schneider, Fred 
Shlnlever, Jocelyn Berry, Lttded Seylng, Diana Bateman, Wilma Stewart, 
Sonya Crouch. Second Row: Tim Cochran, Eric McDowell, Ellcla Engram, 



Garrick Hall, Benny Stoller, Randy Gee. Top Row: Dr. Smith, Doug Haze] 
Pamela Jones, Matthew May, Matthew Kirby, Brian Williams, Tim Edward: 



80 / Clubs 



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HUMAN RELATIONS CLUB — Lindv Pruett, Kelly Floyd, Michelle Holiday, Beth Abbott, Denel Wall, 
Chris Wolfe, Martha Bradshaw. Mrs. Bradshaw retires this year. 



Human Relations Council members 
try to build good relationships among 
all Tech students. President Kelly 
Floyd, Vice President Beth Abbott, 
Secretary Scott Crowe, Treasurer 
Shannon Barnett, and Sergeants at 
Arms Denel Wall and Chris Wolfe 
design projects in which the entire 
campus may participate. On Novem- 
ber 11, the club planted a willow tree 
to remember those who had died in 
Vietnam. Music students and the 
JROTC Color Guard participated. 
Teddy Brown, a nurse who had 
served in Vietnam, buried a medal to 
symbolize peace. Many Vietnam 
veterans were present for the occa- 
sion. 

International Relations Club pro- 
moted good relations among all the 
language groups at Tech. Senior Mi- 
chele Wallace was selected first al- 
ternate in the preliminary round of the 
1989 International Olympiad. She 
was in the top one percent of all 
chemistry students in the United 
States. 




INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS — Front Row: Eric Sadler, Bridgett Grimes, 
Dawna Jackson, April Starkey, Adam Welcher. Second Row: Love Trultt, 
Kyra Brown, Lla Cozmanoff, April Davis, James Hodge. Third Row: Tamsln 



McPherson, Meng Thao, Theresa Wehrle, Margaret Williams, Patrick Reed, 
Jason Hatton. Top Row: Raymond Terry, Michael Mlkuta, Ken Hurt. 



Clubs / 81 



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Honoraries National Thespians and 
National Forensic attract students 
who want to perform. Both clubs rec- 
ognize student work. Students earn 
points in meets for the speech hon- 
orary and in stage work for the acting 
honorary. 

Speech team members did well this 
year. Ellen Taylor, Tracy Clark, Angel 
Barnes, Camille Higginson, Jason 
Vance, Yolanda Wakefield, Andrea 
Garrett, and Joyce Robinson were 
sectional winners and regional 
qualifiers. In the nine regular meets, 
the team earned two fourth place, a 
seventh place, and eighth place tro- 
phies. The team met early on Sat- 
urdays at Hardees to journey to the 
speech sites. English teachers, par- 
ents, and friends helped drive to the 
meets and to serve as judges. Ms. 
Judith McBride sponsored the team. 
Mr. Stan Minks sponsors the Thes- 
pians. Students who work backstage 
as well as onstage can qualify. 




Hopeful Thespians Donnle Reeves, Ben Bertrand, Brandon 
notes with Mrs. Cynthia Hartshorn. 



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SPEECH TEAM — Front Row: Camille Higginson, Jason VAnce, Tim 
Cochran, Ellen Taylor, Tracy Clark, Francian Dash, Andrea Garrett, Christl 
Morse, Judith McBride, Tamsln McPherson. Top Row: Christina Williams, 



Jocelyn Fenton, Chris Ovelton, Raymond Terry, Greg Nowllng, Sheree 
Morse, Paul McGary. Not pictured: Angel Barnes, Ramon Baits, Joyce 
Robinson, Yolanda Wakefield, Mlchele Wallace. 



82 / Clubs 




I THESPIANS — Kneeling: Andrea Garrett, Jeff Klinck Seated: Mr. Stan 
Minks and Ms. Judith McBride. Standing: Raymond Terry, Brian Osborne, 
Jennifer McKlnney, Paul McGary, and Ellen Taylor. 



NFL — Front Row: Jason Vance, Ellen Taylor, Tracy Clark, Francian Dash, 
Christ! Morse, Tamsln McPherson. Top Row: Chris Ovelton, Christina Wil- 
liams, Jocelyn Fenton, Raymond Terry, Judith McBride. 




Drama Club members Include all those who have participated In Tech 
productions. They Include stage crew members as well as performers. After 



earning so many points, members become eligible for the theatre honorary. 
Mr. Stan Minks sponsors the group. 



Clubs / 83 



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Drinking and driving has been a 
teen problem for many years. Mrs. 
Marjorie Parker, business teacher, 
and some Tech students led by Greg 
Nowling organized a Students Against 
Drunk Driving (SADD) Chapter this 
year. The program asks the teen and 
his parent to sign a contract which 
asks them both to call home for a ride 
or call for a taxi if they have been 
drinking. The group had several eve- 
ning meetings and guest speakers to 
encourage membership. They met 
each Friday in Room 167. Selling ros- 
es helped finance activities. 

The Academic Club had many 
members who competed in a variety 
of activities. Sweaters were provided 
members by Tech's partner in edu- 
cation, Navistar. Mrs. Lindy Pruett 
sponsored the group of scholars. Only 
Julie Leisure graduates from the 
Channel 13 High School Contest 
group. 

SADD — Seated: President Greg Nowling. Standing: 
Parliamentarian Anya Wood, Recording Secretary 
Monica Thurman, Treasurer Brodey Mllburn, Cor- 
responding Secretary Rolando Bolen, Melissa Lady, 
Marjorie Parker, sponsor. SADD stressed commu- 
nication between teens and parents. 




ACADEMIC TEAM — Joseph Bowling, Tracy Clark, Dountonla Slack, Julie Leisure. Top: Mrs. Lindy 
Pruett. 




84 / Clubs 



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Key Club, the Kiwanis-supported 
student group sponsored by Mr. Rollin 
Jump, met in the morning and af- 
ternoon to accommodate students. 
Both groups elected officers to co- 
ordinate events. Community service 
and development of leadership were 
two of the goals for the club. Ac- 
tivities included a membership party, 
fund raising, and assisting in the Tech 
Community Leadership Night. 
Celebrating excellence was one of the 
club's goals. 

The club conducted a soup drive 
for Westminister Church to aid 140 
poor and needy in Indianapolis. Mem- 
bers attended the District Conference 
in Indianapolis. Tracy Clark won first 
in a talent contest. 



KEY CLUB — Front Row: Raeann Gonzales, 
Rene Brttt. Top Row: Stacle Braswell, John Brttt, 
Keith Barrett, Tracy Clark. 

KEY CLUB — Front Row: Kelly Kuner, Ronnita 
McBride, Shannon Grady, Ninya Hlese. Top Row: 
Jennifer Eroen, Donald Kendrlck, Almee Hill, 
Leslie Voorhels, Delbert Brooks, Dustin Fjeld, 
Mr. Roland Jump. 

SADD members meet every Friday to discuss 
fundralslng and membership drives. 




Clubs / 85 




VICA — Nicole Tlnson, Annette Moore, Ramona Franklin, Kenya Edwards, Karllsa Scott, Jennifer Cavazos, Debbie Cllne, advisor. 




BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS — Front Row: Raynael Owens, Meredith Debra Dowdy, Melissa Lady, Christina Price, Feltsha Garcia, Lacresha 

Bailey, Angel Williams, Renee Knox, Sonja Crouch, Meltnda Brand, Tina Davis, Edith Dillon. Top Row: Moya Green, Tim Cochran, Tina Palmer, 

Fields Second Row: Joan March, Lori France, Deboarre Smith, Karen Hall, Monica Holland, Arllnda Lindsay, Lynette Swlse, Kathy Schell, Teresa 

Natasha Lofton, Tammy Anderson. Third Row: Stacy Sallee, Anya Wood, Clark. 



86 / Clubs 




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Business Professionals of America, 
formerly OEA, is a student organ- 
ization for occupations in business of- 
fice skills. At District Leadership Con- 
ference, Pam Riley, Tim Cochran, 
Leah Whyde, Lori France, Melissa 
Lady, Stacy Sallee, Angel Williams, 
and Anya Wood won first place hon- 
ors. At State Pamela Riley earned a 
fifth place to go national competition 
in Dallas. 

Vocational Industrial Clubs of 
America (VICA) is for students en- 
rolled in trade, industrial, technical, 
and health education. Jeff Keatts went 
to national. Mark Collins and Troy 
Stinson won Ivy Tech scholarships. 




Crystal Brannon (left), Karen England (top), Ka- 
ren Hall, Christina Price, Sonja Crouch, and Ar- 
Undo Lindsay practice office skills in a business 
setting. 



Clubs / 87 



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Tech's performing groups per- 
formed for many community groups, 
but the outstanding call came when 
Mr. Paul Prather was asked to provide 
music for Vice President Dan Quayle's 
visit to Indy. Groups performed at the 
New Zoo. 

Two clubs were added in music — 
a Composers Club and Tri-M, a na- 
tional music honorary. Composers 
had four purposes: spirit, publicity, 
recruitment, and pride in the music 
area. Christi Morse was president. To 
be in Tri-M, students had to pass a 
test and meet national requirements. 
Induction was in May. 

When the North Central Evaluation 
Committee came to Tech in Novem- 
ber, music groups entertained at the 
Hilton. The committee was compli- 
mentary, especially to the Bell Choir 
which is a unique group for a high 
school to have in its music depart- 
ment. Music groups also performed at 
Union Station and area churches. 
Even some weddings were booked! 










TECHnicians practice at the Indianapolis Zoo for their show. 




Kacte Cole looks at her music as she sings. 



Off In the corner Kym Mason and Roslyn Ltpktns practice In choir. 



88 / Music 




Mrs. Cynthia Hartshorn rehearses the Techniques, Tech 's newest performing group. 




Mr. Paul Prather practices TEChoIr who won a first at contest this year. Making his point, James Mlddlebrooks gives Paul McGary directions. 



Music / 89 







TECHNICIANS — Front Row: Tawana Morris, Mai Xia Vang, Claudia Bennett, Jannetta Brown. Toi 
Row: Julie Eaglin, Ay anna Floyd, Paul McGary, Jeff Klinck, Jennifer McKinney, Darrell Doss, Christ 
Morse, Joshua Garey, Kathy Ahem, Richard Marks, Melodte Spears. 




BELL CHOIR — Front Row: Donna Ray, ChrisU Morse, Melodle Spears. 
Second Row: Jennifer McKlnney, Esther Powell, Claudia Bennett, Mia Xia 



Vang. Third Row: Wesley Smith, Darrell Doss, Jeff Klinck, Scott Bennett 
Top Row: Brian Osborne, James Middlebrooks, Paul McGary. 



90 / Music 




'2HOIR — Front Row: Thomas Caudle, Damon Burnett, Charles Morse, 
Chomas Warren, Richard Marks, Darrell Doss, Bruce Keene, Fred 
ihmlever, Randolph Pogue, Aarold Mulllngs, Mark Davis, Jeff Kltnck. Top 



Row: Kevin Dodson, Paul McGary, John Haley, Joshua Garey, James 
Mlddlebrooks, Brian Osborne, James Jones. 




CHOIR — Front Row: Julie Eaglln, Roselyn Llpktns, Melodie Spears, 
Shauna Smith, Wanda Stewart, Shannon Pointer, Jamillah Abdulla, 
Charleen Holt, Mia Xia Vang. Second Row: Tawana Morris, LeAnn Trotter, 
Kelly McMeans, Claudia Bennett, Michelle Heckman, Cathy Ahem, Karen 



Morgan, Cinema Benson, Michelle Jones. Top Row: Mrs. Brown, Golle 
Bernard, LaTonya Crawford, Tiffany Coleman, Tamara Paicely, Marie 
Garvin, Jennifer McKlnney, Mary Roberts, Ayanna Floyd, Ellen Taylor. 



Music / 91 




Flag team practices for Homecoming performance on parking lot near football field. Girls added 
color to marching band routines. 




CHEERLEADERS — Shana Smith, Trlna Hayes, Nicole Scoggins, Cathy Ahem, Detra Woods, Damlll Morrison, Raeann Gonzalez, Veronica Bryant, 
Zuleka Thomas, Nicole Anderson. 



92 / Spirit 




BASEMEN — Delbert Brooks, Melvln Hawkins, Emmanuel Gilbert, Mi- Brian Osborne, Dennis Beasley. This was the first year for basemen who 
chael Williams, Christopher Stewart, Brandon Harris, Clayton Jordan, practiced twice a week with Mrs. Donna Green and Mrs. Nancy Oliver. 





Above: Cheerleaders practice one of required 
poses. 

In Tech formation, cheerleaders pose with 
their coaches Mrs. Green and Choreographer 
Shaune Shelby. 



Spirit / 93 











JROTC Color Guard and other members of the corps help the Human Relations Club commemorate COLOR GUARD — Gary Door, John Woodford, 
Veteran 's Day. Mia Holsapple, and Jimmy Carver performed for 

Vice President Dan Quayle. 




DRILL TEAM — Front Row: Zipphona Thompson, Tammy Splvey, Shawn 
Armour, Asra Davenport, Angel Dodson. Top Row: Angela Pennington, 
Kenyetta Mason, Lila Ramsey, Christy White, Michelle Holiday. 



94 / JROTC 



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RIFLE TEAM — Mia Holsapple, Pat Stevens, Kevin Butler, Debbie Bradbum, Brian Hoopingamer, Gary Doan. 




PATHFINDERS — Front Row: Willie Hall, Robert Swartz, Gary Doan, John Woodford. Top Row: Mia Color Guard presents colors for athletic events 
Holsapple, Rick Miller, James Smothers, Pat Stevens, Jimmy Carver. all over city. 



JROTC / 95 




STAFF — First Row: Kevin Butler, John Woodford, Tammy Splvey. Top 
Row: Allen Wilson, James Carver, Gary Doan, Mia Holsapple. 




DRILL TEAM — Front Row: Blrmel Lott, James Smothers, Glenn New- 
house. Top Row: Allen Wilson, John Woodford, James Carver, Lee Ware. 



96 / JROTC 




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Lettermen's Club, Radio Club, and 
Stage Club all provide opportunities 
for Titans. Lettermen's Club is for 
those Titans who earn a letter in a 
sport. The club recognizes excellence. 

Radio Club is usually small, but 
they learn the technical aspects about 
radio. Model building and other elec- 
tronics keep members busy. Mr. Mil- 
lard Quails, electronics teacher, ad- 
vises the group. 

Mr. Browne's Stage Club is an out- 
let for students who want to learn how 
to build sets and run the lights and 
sound for the stage. The group meets 
regularly to plan and design for pro- 
ductions. 




RADIO CLUB — Keith Trinkle, Millard Quails, 
and Dwayne Winn. 



STAGE CLUB — John Brttt, Ellen Taylor, Ray Browne. On ladder are Dene/ Wall, Mack Turentlne. 
Ellen was the stage manager when she wasn't on stage performing. Many club members came from Mr. 
Browne's two stage design classes. 



Clubs / 97 




Receiving Tech sweaters for maintaining a 6.0 
GPA are National Honor Society seniors. Seated: 
Jennifer McKlbben, Tim Cochran, Mlchele Wal- 
lace, Brodey Mllburn, Erin York, Penny Benson, 
Bernard Miller. Second Row: KrlsOna Craft, Kirt 
Chapman, Kris Rlchart, Jeffrey Bunten, Anita 
Strough, Wllma Stewart, Lisa Slzemore. 




To assist with prom expenses for the Junior- 
Senior Prom, balloons are sold. Junior sponsors 
Helen Moeller and Vickie Noel talk to juniors and 
seniors about sales. RIGHT: Senior Officers are 
(first row) Vice President Christl Morse, Pres- 
ident Katrlna Weir, (second row) Treasurer Eliz- 
abeth Seytng, and Secretary Michelle Morris. 




98 / Seniors 




Anthony Allen 
Angela Anderson 
Kimberly Andrews 
Meredith Bailey 
Jeffrey Baker 



Diana Bateman 
Claudia Bennett 
Penny Benson 
Kevin Brinkman 
Rene Britt 



Kyra Brown 
Patricia Brown 
Rico Brown 
Janet Bryant 
Jeffrey Bunten 



Theresa Calvert 
Jennifer Cavazos 
Alan Cazares 
Kirt Champman 
Theresa Clark 



Robert Clements 
Timothy Cochran 
Chesney Coleman 
Tiffani Coleman 
Sean Cook 



Seniors / 99 



Theodore Coy 

Lianna Cozmanoff 

Christy Crase 

Jennifer Cross 

Mark Davis 



India Dawson 

James Deloach 

Kevin Dodson 

Kelli Douglas 
Cherie Duncan 



Timothy Edwards 

Eleecia Engram 

Steven Fagan 

Wilbur FaustHI 

Aaron Ferguson 



Cindy Ferris 

Rachel Fitzwater 

Rebecca Fitzwater 

Alisha Fleshman 

Tyrone Ford 



Lewis Gee 

Byron Glover 

Moya Green 

Michael Grigsby 

Bridget Grimes 




100 / Seniors 




Monica Haak 
Debora Hall 
Garrick Hall 
Cynthia Hansford 
Auriea Harvey 



Dawn Herring 
Eugenia Hicks 
James Hodge 
Manual Hopson 
Stevan Hughett 



Jamey Hurd 
Wayne Hurt 
James Irvin 
Franklin Ivey 
Donna Jackson 



Fredereka Jeter 
James Jones 
Michelle Jones 
Marcia Jurgesmeyer 
Jeffery Keatts 



Jeffrey Klinck 
Renee Knox 
Allen Lang 
Julie Leisure 
Sandy Long 



Seniors / 101 



Robert Lucas 

Ronald MacLennan 

Leandro Mancillas 

George MartinJr 

Kimberly Mason 



Matthew May 

Jennifer McKibben 

Heather Meloy 

Cynthia Merrifield 

Jason Meyer 



Brodey Milburn 

John Miles 

Bernard Miller 

Christina Minardo 

Tonya Monday 



Alisa Montgomery 

Michael Mongomery 

Karen Morgan 

Charles Morse 

Christi Morse 



Derrick Moulder 

Karla Musgrove 

LaShawn Nance 

Tamara New 

Richard Odell 




102 / Seniors 



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Tim Oliver 
Kimberly Owens 
Kimberly Patrick 
Scott Pierce 
Rachelle Pippins 



Jack Polston 
Deborah Poynter 
Felecia Quinn 
Regina Ramech 
Azeneth Rangel 



Keith Rapp 
Rasheed Fazle 
Gregory Todd Reese 
Kris Richart 
Pamela Riley 



Greta Roberts 
Marti Roberts 
Mary Roberts 
Dianna Robertson 
Tommy Roper 



Stacey Rosales 
Yolanda Sanders 
Angela Sayer 
Patricia Scaggs 
Nicole Scoggins 



Seniors / 103 



Stuart Scott 

Arthur Sexton 

Elizabeth Seying 

Edwin Simmons 

Lisa Sizemore 



Monty Skirvin 

Jason Smith 

Ronald Smith 

Kenny Spicer 

Darcy Stanfield 



Beth Stevens 

Joyce Stevenson 

Sabrina Stewart 

Wilma Stewart 

Anita Strough 



Lynnette Swise 

Ellen Taylor 

Evergreen Taylor 

Terri Taylor 

Rochell Thomas 



Toni Thomas 

Zuleika Thompson 

Michele Wallace 

Daniel Walker 

Hallie Walker 




104 / Seniors 



Amber Weathers 
Katrina Weir 
Jonathan Wenzlaff 
Lisa Whitaker 
Celeste White 



Leah Whyde 
Angela Williams 
Sean Williams 
Barbara Wilson 
John Woodford 




LEFT: Rolando Bolen Is attacked by Chrlstl 
Morse and Michael Montgomery as they try to 
persuade her to vote for them. ABOVE: Being a 
photographer's practice subject was Just another 
Job In yearbook for Brodey Mllbum. 



Seniors / 105 







Juniors pose at the National Honor Society In- 
duction. Seated: Tou Vang, Tracy Clark, Kim 
Alexander, Shaunda Scott, Shurell Johnson, 
Spring Bradbury. Standing: Mat Xla Vang, Paula 
Maxwell, Charles Harp, Joseph Bowling, Tamstn 
McPherson, Sonya Hall, Vu Duong. 




ABOVE: Kim Ltghtfoot and Sean Blagrave win 
the 1988 Homecoming Junior Royalty Crowns. 
RIGHT: Matthew Klrby Identifies pictures for the 
yearbook. Matt was one of the leading forces for 
the International Fair. 



106 / Juniors 




Dawn Aaron 
Jake Adair 
Jeffery Adams 
Johnetta Adams 
Ibn Akbar 
Darrick Alexander 
Kim Alexander 
Roberta Alvarado 

Maurice Alvies 
Tammy Anderson 
Jon Andrews 
James Anthony 
Irvin Arney 
Lashun Aron 
Richard Asher 
Marianh Avery 

Michael Bacher 
Phillip Bacon 
Amy Baker 
Maurice Baldwin 
Kenyata Bannister 
John Barnes 
Michael Battle 
Ramon Batts 

Dennis Beasley 
James Beck 
Randell Beckham 
Paul Bell 
Joceline Berry 
Lisa Berry 
Scott Bickel 
April Bills 

Sean Blagrave 
Richard Blake 
Angel Blakey 
Roger Bolton Jr 
Rabecca Boughner 
Danielle Bouquett 
Christopher Bowen 
Joseph Bowling 

Spring Bradbury 
Micah Bradley 
Donald Brady 
Lance Brand 
Christine Brannon 
Crystal Brannon 
Michael Brewer 
Ronald Brinkman 

Kris Brooks 
Michael Brooks 
Brian Brown 
Meredith Brown 
Mike Brown 
John Buckner 
Melvin Bullock 
Danny Buntain 

Derrick Burl 
Walletta Burroughs 
Kevin Burrus 
Jerome Bush 
Joann Butler 
James Byrd 
Richard Byrd 
William Cage 

Glen Caldwell 
Irma Camarena 
Thomas Campbell 
Daniel Cannon 
Christopher Carnell 
David Carter 
Todd Cates 
Anita Christy 



Juniors / 107 



Teresa Clark 

Tracy Clark 

Katherine Clifford 

Yolanda Clontz 

Cammy Cohen 

Darrick Coleman 

Dale Collins 

Ernest Collins 

Mark Collins 

Michael Collins 

Roger Crase 

Wallace Cravens 

Latonya Crawford 

Tonya Crawford 

Michael Cross 

Sonja Crouch 

Christina Cullison 

Tina Cunagin 

Michael Cunningham 

Patrick Cunningham 

Larry Dalton 

Nina Dangerfield 

Angela Darty 

Francine Dash 

Asira Davenport 

April Davis 

Lacresha Davis 

Sherrie Dawson 

Sean Day 

Stephanie Deem 

Bradley Deubner 

Tamkya Dickerson 

Edith Dillion 

Angel Dodson 

Delbia Dowdy 

Gloria Doyle 

Lawanna Duerson 

Eugene DullenJr 

Kimberly Duncan 

Steve Dunston 

Vu Duong 

Carmen Eaton 

Annettra Echols 

Felicia Edmonds 

Kenya Edwards 

Michelle Edwards 

Alicia Elliott 

Dana Elmore 

Karen England 

Michelle Engron 

Sharon Enochs 

Carolyn Estelle 

George Evans 

Luz Fajardo 

Janet Farris 

Wilbur Faust III 

John Feduccia 

Janice Fields 

Michael Fields 

Tina Fields 

Kelly Floyd 

Kimberly Folson 

Brian Ford 

Jason Foreman 

Andrew Forsee 

Dorothy Fowler 

Jody Fox 

Remona Franklin 

Willie French 

Felicia Garcia 

Andrea Garrett 

Charles Garrett 



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108 / Juniors 




Kevin Gearlds 
Anthony Gentry 
Emanuel Gilbert 
James Gilbert 
Melissa Gilbert 
Lavette Gladney 
Shawna Glenn 
Bonita Golden 

Arnold Gonzales 
Victoria Gooch 
Tammy Goodmon 
Nataki Gordon 
Page Grayson 
Janel Green 
Derrick Griffin 
Steven Griggs 

Michael Gross 
Rita Hacker 
Jennifer Hall 
Karen Hall 
Sonya Hall 
Timothy Hall 
Teresa Hallewell 
Carlos Hamilton 

Mary Hammack 
Larry Hankerson 
Shantel Hardin 
Chrisman Harding 
Joseph Harp 
Jerome Harris 
Lamont Harris 
Melissa Harris 



Cynthia Harshaw 
Delores Hart 
Henry Hart 
Schadise Hatcher 



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Tracy Clark looks carefully at the water before 
attempting her dive. She successfully defended 
her city title and helped coach the boys diving. 




Juniors / 109 



Priscilla Hatchctt 

Jason Hatton 

Melvin HawkinsJr 

Peggy Hayes 

Trent Hayes 

Douglas Hazel 

Sherri Headen 

Hope Hicks 

Aimee Hill 

Michelle Holiday 

Deandrea Holland 

Monica Holland 

Charlene Holt 

Terrence Hosley 

Kenneth Hurt 

Nikole Hutchison 

Dejuan Ingram 

Shonda Jackson 

Zabrina Jackson 

Antoine Jackson 

Shurell Johnson 

Angela Jones 

Joseph Jones 

Stacy Jones 

Yolanda Jones 

Theodore Jordan 

Nancy Kavanaugh 

Bruce Keene 

Matthew Kirby 

Suzanne Kirkendall 

Shawn Kraus 

Melissa Lady 



Amy Laffin 

Tammy Lane 

Teri Leachman 

Melanie Legg 




Senior Mike Ellis works In his med lab experience 
in the health professions magnet. 



110 / Juniors 



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Crystal Levcringston 
Shauna Leveringston 
Adrian Lewis 
Tawana Lewis 
Kelle Lightfoot 
Kim Lightfoot 
Arlinda Lindsay 
Charlonda Liner 

Penny Linville 
Devon Lloyd 
Natasha Lofton 
James Lomax 
Birmel Lott 
Christopher Lufcy 
Benjamin Luken 
Richard Magbanua 

Joan March 
Daniel Martin 
Donearl Martin 
Marina Martinez 
Theresa Mason 
Dennis Maxey 
Paula Maxwell 
Charles McCoy 

Mark McElroy 
Bernard McFarland 
Danny McGuire 
Tamsin McPherson 
Charles McWhirter 
Lisa Meredith 
Christopher Meyer 
Anthony Miller 



Jenny Miller 
Johari Miller 
Nichelle Miller 
Toya Minor 




Jeremy Bunce and his friend enjoy the goodies at 
the International Fair while they scan the area to 
see what else they should examine. 



Juniors /111 



Jason Mitchell 

Christopher Moore 

Lee Moore 

Vantonia Moore 

Michael Morris 

Arrold Mullings 

Kerry Mundy 

Kevin Mundy 

Charles Murphy 

Tricia Myers 

Lashawn Nance 

Terry Neal 

Mia Nelson 

Hung Nguy 

Quoc Nguy 

John Oakley 

Mark Oliver 

Jeffrey Orkman 

Stacey Ortiz 

Katina Owens 

Tamara Paicely 

Jennifer Parks 

Ramon Parrot 

Kimberley Pate 

Heather Patterson 

Nyrita Patton 

Wanda Peed 

Mona Perkins 

Angela Perry 

Thomas PetersonJr 

Angela Phelps 

Debra Pinkins 



Randolph Pogue 

Ronald Poke 

Ramona Porter 

Shannon Poynter 








The pathway to the gyms leads to a variety of 
courses Titans can take during their years at 
Tech. Physical Education goals include teaching 
skills students can use the rest of their lives. 




112 / Juniors 




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Marlbel Reyna joins Esther Powell and Becky 
Jeremiah at the typewriters to work on their pub- 
lications copy In the production room. 



Jennifer Preston 
Tammy Price 
Glenn Proctor 
Tanya Quick 
David Radford 
Rebecca Rady 
Bridgette Raine 
LaDonna Reed 

Shannon Reed 
Juan Revilla 
Maribel Reyna 
Victor Richardson 
Anthony Rico 
Carrie Rigdon 
Jimmy Rigdon 
Dana Riggs 

Jerri Riley 
Brad Roberts 
Charles Robinson 
Charles Robinson 
Andrew Roche 
Shelley Rosales 
Eric Sadler 
Stacy Sallee 

Craig Sanders 
David Sanders 
Cecelia Saunders 
Christopher Savage 
Michelle Sayer 
Karlisa Scott 
Shaunda Scott 
Bernadette Scruggs 



Litded Seying 
LaDonna Shropshire 
Antonia Singleton 
Deboarre Smith 




Juniors / 113 



Kcisha Smith 
Linda Smith 
Monica Smith 
Shauna Smith 
Tyrone Smith 
Urlanda Smith 
Rebecca Snowden 
Nichol Snyder 

David Sosbe 

Tyson Spencer 

Donald Spillane 

Randy Stamps 

Dawn Staten 

Michael Stanley 

Eric Steele 

Rosalind Steele 

Stephanie Stevens 

Regina Stinson 

Benny Stoller 

Christine Strait 

Matthew Stuckey 

Yvette Sultzer 

Diana Sykes 

Theresa Tapp 

Mildred Tardy 

Marie Tate 

Alexander Taylor 

Karl Taylor 

Darrick Teague 

Brian Thompson 

Monica Thurman 

Stephanie Thurman 



Shawnita Tooley 

Regina Traxler 

Leann Trotter 

Love Truitt 




Junior Kenvata Bannister applauds the play of 
the City champs as she and Seniors Yolanda 
Willis and Dawn Wilhite rest on the bench. 




114 / Juniors 




Leslie Turner 
Michael VanCleave 
Mai Xia Vang 
Tou Vang 
Leslie Voorheis 
Claybron Walker Jr 
Kevin Walker 
Christopher Wall 

Don Wallace 
Michelle Wallace 
Talisha Wallace 
Thomas Warren 
Anthony Washington 
Shawn Washington 
Angela Watkins 
Henry Watson 

Rae Vena Webster 
Dida Wells 
David Wendling 
Yvette Whaley 
Monica Whitaker 
Catherine White 
Karen Whiteside 
Angella Whitfield 

Shannon Wickline 
Denise Wilburn 
Anthony Wilhite 
Michael Wilkerson 
Ray Wilkins 
Ronii Williams 
Melody Williams 
Tawanna Williams 



Angela Wolgamott 
Ronald Woods 
Kira Yant 
Osa Youngkin 




JUNIOR COUNCIL — Front Row: Kim Lightfoot, 
LaTonya Crawford. Second Row: Mrs. Raines, 
Mr. Hathaway. Top Row: Ramon Batts, Denis 
Harrison. 



Juniors / 115 




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More than 500 sophomores attend- 
ed classes at Tech's campus. They 
had become used to the independence 
of going from building to building. 
They also had become serious about 
their futures. 

Leading the class academically 
were Sara Benjamin, Christopher 
Ovelton, Paul McGary, Rachel Butler, 
Rae Ann Gonzales, Aisha Woodard, 
Gregory Edmonds, Jose Gamez, Sher- 
ee Morse, Luis Guerrero, and Holly 
Moore. In sports Marvin Harris is one 
of the leaders. He won City in wres- 
tling and was part of the number one 
doubles team in tennis. 



116 / Sophomores 




Sophomore Delbert Brooks dances the lead In 
FAME. He also was In the spring musical. Delbert 
enjoys singing with several of Tech's perfor- 
mance groups. 



As a member of Tech Mates, Rachel Butler keeps 
score. Activities and academics are important to 
Rachell. 

Daniel Bankhead and Esther Powell were can- 
didates for Basketball Homecoming King and 
Queen. The sophomore class sponsored the 
event which featured underclass royalty. 




Elizabeth Abbett 
Deborah Avercrombie 
George Achenback 
Oscar Aguayo 
Maria Aguilar 
Cathy Ahern 
Desheila Akbar 
Anitra Akers 

Darrell Allen 
James Allen 
Tammy Allen 
Karim Alsum 
Juanita Anders 
Dawn Anderson 
Evelyn Anderson 
Jason Anderson 

Joseph Andersonll 
Nicole Anderson 
George Andrews 
Shawn Armour 
Erica Arnold 
Jennifer Arthur 
Curtis Babb 
William Bailey 

Joshua Bangert 
Daniel Bankhead 
Tyrone Banks 
Chelsey Bannister 
Keith Barrett 
Shawn Barrett 
Dawn Basham 
Terry Baskerville 

Crystal Bates 
Levon Bates 
Kenneth Batts 
Rodney Batts 
Joseph Bayer 
Edythe Bernhard 
Benjamin Bertrand 
Melissa Biech 

Todd Blackmon 
Christina Bleier 
Christopher Bleier 
Robert Boehler 
Kathleen Boleyjack 
Shanda Bonner 
April Booker 
Freddie Booker 

Harry Boring 
Gwandel Bowens 
Kristal Bowers 
Marty Bradley 
Betty Brannon 
Wayne Brant 
Stacie Braswell 
Tonya Breaziel 

Christine Breedlove 
John Brennan 
Katherine Brewer 
Troy Bridges 
James Brinkman 
John Britt 
Delbert Brooks 
Lawanda Brooks 

Benjamin Brown 
Craig Brown 
Elvis Brown 
Jennifer Bryant 
Martin Bryant 
Veronica Bryant 
James Bullington 
Teresa Bundy 



Sophomores / 117 



Damon Burnett 

Kristina Burns 

Suzanne Burton 

Joan Butler 

Kevin Butler 

Rachel Butler 

Jerry Byrd 

Timothy Byrd 

David Byrne 

Tameka Caldwell 

Patrice Campbell 

Carrie Canfield 

Kenna Carleton 

Crystal Carr 

James Carver 

Thomas Caudle 

Clifford Chapman 

Wendy Chapman 

Miram Clark 

Ayana Clements 

Travis Cloud 

Cathy Clubs 

Tonie Cohen 

Kacie Cole 

Shalonda Coleman 

Shawn Collins 

Bobbi Cook 

Jemar Cook 

Lori Cook 

Lloyd Cooper 

Tiffany Cornelius 

Vanessa Corrie 



Henrietta Covington 

Samantha Cronin 

Michael Crosley 

Joshua Cross 




Lilia Ramsey checks the menu with Mrs. Raines in 
the Colonel's Cupboard, Tech's model restau- 
rant. 



118 / Sophomores 




Gregory Crowe 
David Curtis 
Kevin Daiton 
Jennifer Darby 
Christal Dardy 
David Davis 
Lawrence Davis 
Melissa Davis 

Brian Delfin 
Angela Depew 
Terry Didion 
Lisa Dixon 
Garrett Doan 
Frederick Doerr 
Monica Douglas 
Tina Dowdy 

Dwyane Duncan 
Elizabeth Duncan 
George Duncan 
Katina Duncan 
Sheila Duncan 
Donielle Dunn 
Brian Dyson 
Julie Eaglin 

Jean Earley 
Kevin Eaton 
Gregory Edmonds 
Christina Edwards 
Cedric Elliot 
Troy England 
Sandra English 
Christopher Estelle 



Deborah Evans 
Shannon Evans 
Larry Eversole 
Claudia Fajardo 



Sara Benjamin is one of the leaders of the soph- 
omore class. She and Christopher Ovelton had 
straight A 's for three semesters. 



Sophomores / 119 



Joaquin Fajardo 

Keith Fargo 

Daniel Farmer 

Annette Faust 

Jocelyn Fenton 

Lillian Fields 

Thomas Finnegan 

Shane Fischer 

Anthony Fisher 

Gretchen Fisher 

Jennifer Fisher 

Karen Flowers 

Ayanna Floyd 

Christina Foster 

Matthew Frazier 

Richard Freeman 

Shawn Frost 

Dennis Futrell 

S.L. Gaines 

Sharee Gamby 

Jose Gamez 

Charles Gardner 

Eric Gardner 

Joshua Garey 

James Garrett 

Eugene Garrison 

Felicia Gavia 

Tiffany Gibson 

Damon Giden 

Gregory Gilbert 

Tosha Gilder 

Devitria Giles 



Mary Gillespie 

Joseph Gomez 

Rae Ann Gonzales 

Christina Goodyear 




Holly Moore shows off her injured ankle. Holly 
was an active sophomore athlete. 



120 / Sophomores 




Caught mugging for the camera at Softball prac- 
tice are Lisa Baker, Chastity Meyer, and Esther 
Powell. 



Tammy Gourley 
Latricia Grady 
Katina Graham 
Lamonty Graham 
Angela Grant 
Rhonda Gray 
Robin Gray 
Graylann Grayer 

Contina Green 
Robert Gregory 
Tammy Grice 
Luis Guerrero 
Demetrious Gunn 
Christie Gwin 
Darrell Hall 
Juan Halley 

Terri Hansford 
Brandon Harris 
Vaughn Harrison 
Derrick Harvey 
Mikel Hatcher 
Tameka Hawkins 
Remitha Hayden 
Katrina Hayes 

Michael Head 
Rona Henderson 
Barbara Henry 
Ronald Heyward 
Brian Higgins 
Camille Higginson 
Aretha Hill 
Jason Hill 



Sharee Hill 
Sharon Hill 
Heather Hillenburg 
Claudia Hodge 



Sophomores / 121 



Patrick Hodge 

Rhonda Hogston 

Stephanie Hogston 

Jeffrey Holland 

Mary Holland 

Melissa Holland 

Nicole Holmes 

Mia Holsapple 

Lisa Holt 

William Honeycutt Jr 

David Hook 

Brandon Hoopingarner 

Craig Hopson 

Christine Horton 

Nishani Hoskins 

Jennifer House 

Anthony Hubbard 

Teresa Hubbard 

Jonathan Huber 

Paul Hughett 

Kelly Humphrey 

Nikki Hutchins 

William Ingram 

Columbus Jackson 

Marita Jackson 

Mark Jefferson 

Becky Jeremiah 

Joey Jessup 

Tina Jimison 

Anthony Johnson 

Anthony Johnson 

Anthony Johnson 

Crystal Johnson 

Donna Johnson 

Fredricka Johnson 

Richard Johnson 

Tanyeka Johnson 

Cahisa Jones 

Delia Jones 

Jason Jones 

Monika Jones 

Shawna Jones 

Tammie Jones 

Clayton Jordan 

Angelique Karamanos 

Jason Keene 

Leona Keith 

Chad Kelley 

Michael Kelly 

Misty Kelsey 

Kenneth Kelshaw 

Trena Kendrick 

Samuel Kent 

Kristina Kern 

Thomas Kesler 

Stephanie Kidd 

Patricia Kimes 

Mary Kindred 

Angela King 

Arthur Kinser 

Shawn Kloss 

William Knabe 

Rashawnda Knox 

William Kolacek 

Matthew Kozlovic 

Francisca Kpodo 

Christopher Kraning 

John Kurek 

Sean Ladd 

Laura Lambert 

Robert Lane 

Aaron Leap 




122 / Sophomores 




Lashona Lee 
Jeffrey Leeper 
Willie Leigh 
Bonita Leisure 
James Leonard 
Shannon Levi 
Traci Lightfoot 
Jarlon Liner 

Christopher Lippard 
David Lloyd 
Neal Lloyd 
Cornelius Logwood 
Keith Long 
Mario Long 
Adrian Love 
Kyna Love 

Jane Lucas 
Jennifer Lucas 
Edward LuciuslV 
Mario Lum 
Raymond LuncfordJr 
Christina Lyda 
Jeffery Lynch 
Allison Maco 

Thomas Madsen 
Wade Markey 
Anthony Marks 
Kevin Marsh 
Vina Mason 
Christopher Mathis 
Ronnita McBride 
Teresa McCain 



Stephanie McCaskey 
Freddie McClure 
Doug McGary 
Paul McGary 



Standing, Elizabeth Medina helps sort the hun- 
dreds of pictures needed for the yearbook album 
section. Crystal Reid, Cynthia Hansford, and 
Marcia Jurgesmeyer work at the task, too. 



Sophomores / 123 



Randy McGowan 

Marilyn McGrone 

Leon McKeller 


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Brandy McKinney 

Jennifer McKinney 

Ronald McKinney 

Shawn McKinney 

Sherrita McLay 





Angel McNeal 

Wesley McRaeJr 

Tracey Means 

Kenjia Merritt 

Mia Messer 

Sarah Messer 

Chastity Meyer 

Jamaryon Middlebrooks 

Jose Miles 

Yolanda Miles 

Christopher Miller 

Rhonda Mills 

Richard Minardo 

James Minor 

Shelley Monday 

Holly Moore 

Karen Moore 

Randy Morgan 

Tawana Morris 

Tina Morris 

Damali Morrison 

Sheree Morse 

Jasen Mosley 

Derek Mueller 



Bayyinah Muhammad 

Paul Murphy 

Robert Murphy 

Carmin Murry 




Paticipating in the mock election was an ex- 
perience for the whole school. Social studies 
classes heard speakers and made up their minds 
on state and national issues. 



124 / Sophomores 




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Peter Myers 
Deryl Nelson 
Glenn Newhouse 
Steven Newsom 
My Linh Nguyen 
Connie Nichols 
Warren Norice 
Angela Norman 

Joshua Norman 
Adriann Norris 
Richard Norris 
Gregory Nowling 
Lashawn Oldham 
Jason Oliphant 
Jose Ontiveros 
Brian Osborne 

Christopher Ovelton 
Angela Owens 
John Owens 
Trina Owens 
Tina Palmer 
Donald Parker 
Marcus Parker 
Michael Parker 

Ronald Parks 
Nyree Parnell 
Herman PayneJr 
Sharmaine Peden 
Simeon Peebler 
Quentin Pendleton 
Nicole Perry 
Robert Perry 

Sherlita Peters 
Daniel Peterson 
Daniel Peterson 
Darrel Phillips 
Jo Monica Phillips 
Michael Phillips 
Lori Pierce 
William Pierson 

Michael Pollard 
Esther Powell 
Robert Powell 
Christina Price 
Lashauna Price 
Lavinia Price 
Gracie Proctor 
Nijul Purcell 

Justine Quigley 
Jose Ramones 
Lilia Ramsey 
Gerald Rawlins 
Donna Ray 
Pamela Rayner 
Antonio Reed 
Iran Reed 

James Reed 
Tracy Reeder 
Donald Reeves 
Alicia Reid 
Crystal Reid 
Janetta Rhodes 
James Rice 
Chris Richards 

Jacqueline Richards 
Jakob Richart 
Michael Risner 
Audrey Robinson 
Paul Rogers 
Ronald Rudolph 
Daniel Saltsman 
Gillace Samples 



Sophomores / 125 



Joseph Sandlin 

Christopher Saunders 

India Saunder 

Sharon Saunders 

Michael Scahill 

Kathy Schell 

Christopher Schmidt 

Kristin Shaw 

Debora Shelton 

Jonathan Shelton 

Sharon Shepherd 

Joanna Sherrill 

Rickie Shields 

Joseph Shonk 

Jennifer Shupinsky 

Robert Simmons 

Robert Simonton 

Katina Simpson 

Tina Sizemore 

Jerry Slaughter 

Shonita Sledge 

Anthony Smith 

April Smith 

Curtis Smith 

Joyce Smith 

Kenly Smith 

Scott Smith 

Anthony Snow 

Harry Sosa 

Melodi Spear 

Mary Spears 

Lacoyla Spencer 

Leon Spencer 

Hope Spivey 

Keisha Springer 

Bryan Spurr 

Tracy Spurr 

Terri Stafford 

Eric Stanford 

Jason Stansberry 

Quintina Staples 

Wendell Starkes 

Dion Staten 

Mitchell Stevenson 

Alonda Stewart 

Christopher Stewart 

Paul Stewart 

Robert Stewart 

Shelly Stewart 

Trellis Stewart 

Chasity Stinson 

Lucinda Stinson 

Catherine Stokes 

Angela Stowers 

Robert Swartz 

Marvin Tardy 

Chris Taylor 

Ken Taylor 

Kenyan Taylor 

Pamela Taylor 

Donald Tener 

Thomas Thacker 

Jeffrey Thatcher 

Donado Thomas 

Marcus Thomas 

Amy Thompson 

Nicole Thompson 

Stanley Tibbs 

Patrick Tigner 

Ronnetta Tobin 

Marti Todd 

Michael Totton 




126 / Sophomores 



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Chieu Tran 
Ninh Tran 
Marlon Traxler 
Marietta Triplet 
Gina Troxell 
Patricia Tschan 
Craig Tumblin 
Treva Tunstill 

Jessica Turk 
Charles Turner 
Gregory Turner 
Juanita Turner 
Regina Turner 
Jeffery Tyner 
Holly VanWye 
Valentin Vasquez 

Prentiss Venerable 
Hadiah Wadud 
Yolana Wakefield 
Amy Walker 
Charles Ward 
Rosemary Warner 
Tina Washington 
Melinda Watson 

Lelana Watts 
Perry Wehr 
Angel West 
Dorothy West 
Ernestine West 
Patricia White 
Thomas White 
Matthew Whiteman 

Charles Whyde 
Rhonda Wilburn 
Jennifer Wildrick 
Annisha Williams 
Christina Williams 
Craig Williams 
David Williams 
Denita Williams 

Tawanna Williams 
Wesley Williamson 
Anna Wilson 
Felicia Wilson 
Frank Wilson 
Kyana Wilson 
Reuben Wilson 
Shawn Wilson 

Siwatu Wilson 
Tamara Wilson 
Kenneth Wincel 
Teon Witherspoon 
Patricia Woempner 
Aisha Woodard 
Michael Woodford 
Ronald Woods 



John Wright 
Christina Yant 
Shonra Yarbro 
Belinda Young 
James Young 
Nathanial Young 
Theresa Young 



Sophomores / 127 




More than 600 freshmen began the year at Tech. 
The Class of 1992 soon learned that crossing the 
campus during bad weather takes good footwork 
for snow and keen reflexes for snowballs. Some 
frosh sprayed their sneaks with waterproofing for 
that all-weather comfort. 




ABOVE: Tamyra Anderson earned a leading role 
in FAME, the fall play. RIGHT: Rodney Crouch 
finds wood working satisfying. 




128 / Freshmen 




Paul Abercromble 
Shannon Adams 
Tonya Adams 
Joseph Ahem 
Yaseen Alkattab 
Laddie Allen 
Michelle Allen 
Stephen Allen 

Hakim Alsum 
Hakon Alsum 
Brian Anderson 
Christina Anderson 
James Anderson 
Tamyra Anderson 
Cherilynn Arnold 
Christina Averitte 

Kim Avery 
Elizabeth Bailey 
Nichole Bailey 
John Baker 
Lisa Baker 
Shannia Baker 
Sonya Baker 
David Barbee 

Angelica Barnes 
Shannon Barnette 
Christine Barr 
Miranda Barron 
Tamara Bauer 
Charna Bell 
Darnell Bell 
Louis Bell 

Dawn Beltrami 
Gary Bennett 
Michael Bentley 
Christopher Benz 
Richard Berberena 
Kenneth Bitner 
Holly Blackmon 
Thomas Blair 

Judy Bobbitt 
Amellia Bocanegna 
Michael Bohannon 
Alisha Bonner 
Debra Bradburn 
Tonya Bradbury 
Greg Brandon 
Gregory Brandon 

Donna Brown 
Michael Brown 
Ronald Brown 
Vicki Brown 
Michael Buie 
Anjanette Cage 
Ryan Cain 
Gregory Caldwell 

Donald Cannon 
Christina Carmer 
Dan Carpenter 
Brandon Carta 
Michella Caylor 
Christopher Cazares 
Lakenya Chancey 
Helen Chin 

Antoine Christie 
Deanna Clark 
Marion Clark 
Marcuu Clasby 
Jennifer Clements 
Eric Cleveland 
Joy Clontz 
Kevin Coahran 



Freshmen / 129 



Melisa Coffman 

Janet Cole 

Scot Cole 

LaSandra Coleman 

Daniel Collester 

David Collins 

Gary Collins 

Wanda Collins 

Xavier Collins 

Ricky Coons 

Gary Cooper 

Janie Covarrubias 

Michael Cox 

Santana Craig 

Tonya Creech 

Rodney Crouch 

Jesse Cunningham 

James Curtis 

Thelma Darty 

Lavetra Davenport 

Paul Davenport 

Sharron Davis 

Timothy Day 

Nicole Dean 

Charles Deaton 

Regina Decker 

Valerie Decker 

Harry Devine 

Vicki Dillman 

Jerry Dishman 

Amy Dodd 

Kimberly Donofrio 



James Doty 

Michael Driskell 

James Duff 

Nathaniel Duncan 




Jennifer Odum leads her film review group in 
journalism class. The Imitation Slskel and Eberts 
combined video clips with critiques of films. Oth- 
ers In the group are Michelle Holiday and Yo- 
landa Tunstlll. 



130 / Freshmen 




Paula Dunn 
Robert Dunn 
William Eaton 
Mark Edwards 
Shelley Ege 
Charity Eggleton 
Tonya Elliott 
Joey Emerson 

Jody England 
Joseph Fairrow 
Herman Fant 
Dwayne Farmer 
Christina Feeney 
Tamica Ferrell 
Kenneth Fields 
Christina Flanigan 

Joy Floyd 
Scott Floyd 
Garfield Ford 
Kimberly Ford 
Andrea Foreman 
Danielle Franklin 
Dawn Frye 
Lonnie Fultz 

Laurissa Gale 
Erica Garrett 
Dione Gaylord 
Bob Geldmeier 
Robert Geldmeier 
Donald Gibbs 
Herbert Gilley 
Rhondica Glascoe 

Sharon Glenn 
Maria Gomez 
Greg Gordon 
Shannon Grady 
Jason Graham 
Tia Graham 
John Granberry 
Benita Gray 

Quentin Gray 
Doris Greenlee 
Peggy Greer 
Aaron Grice 
Jacquelyn Griffin 
Larry Griggs 
Deanna Grimes 
Kevin Groover 

Tomica Hackney 
Jeffery Hagan 
Richard Hale 
Donzay Hall 
Willie Hall 
Michael Hamilton 
Taja Hamler 
T.D. Hamler 

Duane Hampton 
Jonathan Hanger 
Lewis Hardaway 
Cozette Harris 
CD. Harris 
James Harris 
Kevin Harris 
Marvin Harris 

Angela Hart 
Charles Harter 
Derrick Harvey 
Fredrick Harvey 
Byron Helms 
Cynthia Henry 
Mary Hensley 
Robert Henson 



Freshmen / 131 



Ninya Hiese 

Jcvon Hill 

Misty Hinds 

Cristie Hitchens 

Chaunaleigh Holder 

Angela Holderfleld 

Tiya Holland 

Donald Hollowell 

Angela Holmes 

Gregory Holt 

Robin Hook 

Amber Hopkins 

Katina Hopkins 

Walter Hopkins 

Diana Horton 

Sean Howard 

James Howes 

Alyce Hudson 

Edwin Hugglerll 

Dawn Humphrey 

Keyla Hurt 

Keyla Hurt 

Darris Ingram 

Kelly Irwin 

Anessa Jackman 

April Jackson 

Desmond Jackson 

Gary Jackson 

Georgia Jackson 

Lashonda Jackson 

Noris Jackson 

Taffany Jackson 

Andre James 

Amelia Jamison 

Cory Jefferson 

Heather Johnson 

Illyria Johnson 

Jackie Johnson 

Jason Johnson 

Jeffrey Johnson 

Mary Johnson 

Nikiya Johnson 

Ronald Johnson 

Tracy Johnson 

Thomas Johnson 

Melissa Jones 

Vashon Jones 

Clara Jordan 

Sami Kafrawy 

Michael Kaufman 

Carl Kelley 

Midge Kelley 

Dennis Kelley 

Donald Kendrick 

Audrita Kennedy 

Shamra Kennedy 

James Keppler 

Kimberly Kiefner 

Scott Kiefner 

Nicole Kimbrough 

Kenneth King 

Sean King 

Thomas Kockman 

Tammie Kuhn 

Kelly Kuner 

Christopher Lacy 

Latasha Lake 

Tomika Lamb 

Chuck Larque 

Charlene Laudig 

Michael Lawless 

Rex Lawrence 




132 / Freshmen 




Eric LeGawiee 
Andwele Lewis 
Adrian Lewis 
Tina Lewis 
William Lifford 
Tannika Lightfoot 
Christina Lippard 
Marsha Lloyd 

Susan Long 
Curtis Lookebill 
Michael Loomis 
Tonya Lothery 
Matthew Lovato 
Christopher Love 
Christopher Lovelace 
Lisa Luttrell 

Rita Mace 
Lisa Maddox 
Donna Malone 
Andre Mann 
Cathy Mann 
Nicole Manuel 
Cynthia Martin 
Michael Martin 

James Martz 
Kenyetta Mason 
Jason Mauer 
Eric McCall 
Amy McClellan 
Mariah McClelland 
Carrie McClure 
Gregory McFarland 



Paul McGinley 
Michael McKimmy 
Diana McLucas 



Doing research for his science fiction report, 
James Martz goes over periodicals for his topic In 
Research I. 



Freshmen / 133 



Kelly McMeans 

Lloyd McMillian 

Debra McNcal 

Deborah McNeal 

Derek McNeeley 

Tonya Merchant 

Angela Meredith 

Theosco Middlebrooks 

Warren Miklos 

Kelli Miles 

Catina Miller 

Chontel Miller 

Geralyn Miller 

Judith Miller 

Kathy Miller 

Stephanie Miller 

Del Mitchell 

Delicia Mitchell 

James Mitchell 

Jamie Mitchell 

David Monroe 

Melanie Montgomery 

Erica Moore 

Joe Moore 

Lee Moore 

Lois Moore 

Vincent Moreland 

Billy Morgan 

Henry Morris 

Marquis Morris 

Joseph Morrow 

Allison Mullen 



Kimberly Munsey 

Tammy Murray 

James Myers 

Larry Nailor 




John Smith, James Duff, and Carlo White do 
their library work In the reference area of the 
Media Center. All are freshmen. 




134 / Freshmen 




Yolanda nance 
Jennifer Naragon 
Van Ngo 
Anhtuan Nguyen 
Hien Nguyen 
Larita Nichols 
Tavia Norman 
Walter Norris 

Michael Novak 
Jessica Oden 
Jennifer Odum 
Lisa Offill 
Phillip Oliphant 
Tammy ONeal 
Crystal ORear 
Melinda Orrick 

Jennifer Osborn 
LaVaughn Overton 
Samantha Pack 
Jacquelin Palmer 
Lance Parker 
Christopher Parrish 
Dawn Parrott 
Tammy Pass 

Aashish Patel 
John Patton 
Shenicka Pearson 
Christina Peed 
Rachel Smith 
Nakita Peters 
David Peterson 
LaTonya Peterson 



Mia Peyton 
Angela Phillips 
William Pickard 
Tamra Piersall 




Freshman Larry Griggs mans the camera during 
the mock television news casts prepared by 
teams of three In Journalism. Larry also played 
basketball for the Titan frosh. 



Freshmen / 135 



Lyndell Pillow 

Tammy Plumley 

Cavin Pogue 

Dernond Polin 

Heather Pope 

Frank Popoola 

Dylan Porter 

Lisa Portericker 

Michelle Portericker 

Bryant Powell 

James Powell 

Carmen Preston 

Elton Pruitt 

James Radford 

Lisa Radford 

Michael Radford 

Gary Rainey 

Maria Ramones 

Mia Peyton 

Michelle Reed 

Chris Redding 

Stephanie Rhodes 

Michael Richardson 

James Rinker 

April Rivers 

Anthony Roach 

Joshua Robertson 

Anthony Rogers 

Lisa Rogers 

Stephen Rogers 

George Roper 

Quinton Ryan 



David Taylor 

Shannon Saddler 

Paul Sage 

Robert Sams 




Adding dimension to the band was the majorette 
corps who performed at football and basketball 
games. Freshmen joined the band and corps dur- 
ing the summer to practice routines. 








136 / Freshmen 




Another popular gathering place for Titans Is the 
second floor hallway In the Main. The murals 
have been a part of Tech tradition for years. 



Traletta Sanders 
Christopher Schmidt 
Charles Scott 
Gary Scott 
Geneva Scott 
Kevin Scott 
Audrey Sears 
Steven Shackelford 

Larry Shaw 
Andrew Shelton 
Michele Shelton 
Angela Short 
Earnest Simmons 
Sheila Skirvin 
Dountonia Slack 
Angela Smiley 

Carmen Smith 
Carrie Smith 
Curtis L. Smith 
Dajuan Smith 
John L. Smith 
Komika Smith 
Olon Smith 
Patricia Smith 

Rachel Smith 
Timothy Smith 
Tonica Smith 
Earl Smock 
James Smothers 
Lora Sommers 
Erik Sorensen 
Stacy Sosbe 



Chasity Sparks 
Joshua Sparks 
Michael Sparks 
Tommie Speed 



Freshmen / 137 



Garry Spencer 

Sean Spencer 

Terry Spencer 

Kristopher Spicer 

Rachel Spicer 

Shannon Springer 

Michelle Stahl 

Jamie Stallings 

Patrick Stevens 

Nicole Stevenson 

Danyall Stewart 

Dyrell Stewart 

Kenya Stewart 

Latasha R. Stewart 

Marcus Stewart 

Tina Stewart 

Ann Stockman 

Michael Streets 

Scott Strubbe 

Corey Sturghiss 

Shawn Sutton 

Matthew Swanson 

William TateJr 

Anjeanette Taylor 

Claude Taylor 

Kenya Taylor 

Dina Tepner 

Jennifer Thacker 

Linda Thomas 

Tamara Thomas 

Zipporah Thompson 

Kimberly Thornburgh 



Tamu Tiggs 

Amy Tilley 

Carl Toliver 

Linda Toney 




In the Career Center, students in Auto Mechanics 
and Auto Body began Project 200 MPH. They 
started with a 1 969 four bold main Chevy truck 
block and big value 1963 Corvette heads. Stu- 
dents completely took apart the engine and re- 
built it. The goal is to completely refurbish the car 
so it can be raced. 




138 / Freshmen 



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Hoshea Townsend 
Yolanda Tunstall 
Tracie Turentine 
Terry Turner 
Allen Tuttle 
Latashia Tyson 
Brian Underwood 
Curtis VanCleave 

Brenda Vandal 
Mai Vang 
Xeng Vang 
Anita Vanover 
Sara Vessely 
Thomas Vessely 
Everett WadeJr 
Bobby Wagner 

Frederick Wagner 
Billy Walker 
James Walker 
Tamatha Walker 
Denel Wall 
Jason Wall 
Leon Ward 
Kristi Ware 

James Warman 
Larry Warner 
Kevin Watkins 
Tamara Watkins 
Melvin Watson 
Tanika Webb 
Misty Wesley 
David Wetter 



Carla White 
Tonya White 
James Whiteman 
Nina Wilber 



Parents In Touch (the annual checkup for teach- 
ers, parents, and students) happens in the caf- 
eteria so all the parents can find teachers without 
having to wander the campus. Many students 
escort their parents who receive a folder which 
explains the student schedule, current grades, 
and test scores. 



Freshmen / 139 




Anthony Williams 

Brandi Williams 

Camilla Williams 

Gregory Williams 

Marty Williams 

Robert Williams 

Stephanie Willsey 

Christopher Wilson 

Lushawn Wilson 

Tonia Wilson 

Dwayne Winn 

Tracee Widsom 

Jock Witherspoon 

Tabatha Withers 

Larry Wood 

Lesisley Woods 



Marcus Woods 

Wendi Wright 

Carla Wynn 

Benny Young 

John R. Young 

John F. Young 



Performing for the North Central Evaluation 
Team, the Bell Choir adds a special touch to the 
evening. The department offers guitar, keyboard, 
band, orchestra, string ensemble, and several 
choral groups for students interested in music. 



140 / Freshmen 




New Edition (Johnny Gill, Michael Bivlns, Ricky Bell, Ronnie DeVoe and 
Ralph Tresvant) visited Indy this year. Titans watched Swimmer Janet Evans 
win three golds at the 1988 summer Olympics In Seoul, South Korea. 



Freshmen / 141 



Window u/cu/m tUei tv top 
of wipotall comedy (add&v 

HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSI- 
NESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING 
begins with a window washer reading 
a "how to" book. As J. Pierpont 
Finch follows each chapter, he meets 
sweet Rosemary who falls in love with 
him and who aids him in his climb to 
success. 

Mr. Stan Minks, Mrs. Cynthia 
Hartshorn, Mr. Larry Dixon, Mr. Paul 
Prather, Mrs. Sandy Moreland, Ms. 
Janet Eberle, Mr. Ray Browne, and 
Mrs. Jeannette Brown assisted more 
than 60 involved students in the 
March 10-11 production in Anderson 
Auditorium. 





Secretaries In the play Included Claudia Bennett, Ellen Taylor, Mai Xla Vang, Christ! Morse, Jennlft 
McKlnney, Kim Owens, Jennifer Darby, Stephanie Thurman, Melodie Spear, Cathy Ahem, Erlt 
Arnold, Rene Brttt, Jocelyn Fenton, Kelly Floyd, Andrea Garrett, Benita Gray, Nlnya Hiese, Camil 
Higginson, Krlstina Kern, Traletta Sanders, LaCoyla Spencer, and Slwatu Wilson. 




Brian Osborne takes lead In play and gets girl 
(Claudia Bennett). 



Executives were Gregg Nowling, Delbert Brooks, Jeff Klinck, Darrell Doss. Benjamin Bertrand, Chrl 
Ovelton, Franclne Dash, Clayton Jordan, Brian Osborne, Paul McGary, James Middlebrooks, Fre\ 
Shinlever, Ramon Batts, Michael Head, and Donnle Reeves. 



142 / Musical 




Playing the characters of Hetty LaRue and Mr. Blggley, Chrlstl Morse and 
*aul McGary had a hot romance going In HOW TO SUCCEED WITHOUT 
tEALLY TRYING. Chrlstl had fun ivtth the vamp roll. Paul and his cane 



were a hit In his dance number. Chrlstl earned a music scholarship to a 
Kentucky college. 




mal Xla Vang, Ellen Taylor, and James Mlddlebrooks stole the show several times. Mai Xla was Ms. 
tiones, secretary to Mr. Blggley, who got to dance and sing on the desk top. Ellen, who won the best 
(actress award, played Smttty, and lead the "Coffee" song. Jame was Bud, the conniving nephew who 
\got the laughs. 



Darrell Doss had his first feature role as Twtin- 
ble, mallroom manager, happy to earn his 25 year 
award. 



Musical / 143 




Principal Benjamin Johnson addresses parents, students, and staff at the National Honor Society Induction. 




Mrs. Marilyn Woods, Dean, retires after teaching JROTC Instructors Sergeants Neris Willis, Dock Hughes, and Alvin Boehmer led the corps to anothe 
at Tech, Marshall, and Arlington. She began her good Inspection. The Corps provides a variety of services to Tech, Including that of guides for thi 
-areer In home economics. North Central Inspection team. 



144 / Staff 



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Glenn Adams, Auto Trades 
Glenda Agostino, 
Math/Science Magnet 
Patricia Amend, Day Adult 
LaVerne Anderson, Guidance 
Talitha Anderson, Ass't. Dir., 
Career Center 



Theresa Arnold, Day Adult 
Jacqueline Baker, Secretary 
David Banks, Language Head 
Karen Beck, Spanish 
Duane Blankenhorn, Guidance 



Virgil Bleill, Science 

Jim Borshoff, Math 

Martha Bradshaw, Social 

Studies 

Robert Brady, Social 

Studies 

Elizabeth Brayton, English 



Raymond Browne, Art 

Stephen Brinkerhoff, Auto 

Mechanics 

Lisa Buggs, Home Ec 

Patricia Burton, Head Home 

Economics 

Ilze Bye, Learning Center 

Department Head 



Michael Cecil, Business 

Howard Catt, Athletic 

Director 

Cheryl Chambers, Special 

Education 

Penny Clevenger, Commercial 

Foods 

Debi Cline, Cosmetology 



Staff / 145 



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Dorothy Collier, para- 
professional 
Robert Collins, Science 
Diane Comstock, English 
Head 
Robert Cooley, Drycleaning 
Janice Cooper, Guidance 



Frank Craig, Phys. Ed. 

Betty Crowe, Counselor 

Learning Center 

Tommie Curlin, Vice 

Principal Roberts Academy 

Britt Dickinson, Machine 

Shop 

Cecil Disney, Drafting 



James Duckworth, Small 
Engine Repair 
Ellen Eads, English 
Lynette Eaves, Para- 
Professional 
James Easterly, Science 
Janet Eberle, English 



D. Reid Evans, Auto Trades 

Duane Farris, Science/Math 

Magnet 

Emmit Faulkenberg, Auto 

Body 

Judith Feigert, Math 

Sue Feltner, Secretary 



Dan Foreman, Special 

Education 

Joyce Freeman, Business 

Head 

Lois Frye, Business 

David George, Business 

Lucia Gonzalez, English 



146 / Staff 





Hosart Goode, Security 
Cheryl Goodin, Business 
Donna Pope-Green, Phys. Ed 
Margaret Hahn, English 
P. Anne Hall, Special Ed 



Alexzene Hamilton, Dry- 
cleaning 

Judith Hamilton, Media 
Center Head 
William Harrod, Service 
Occupations/Printing Head 
JoAnn Hartley, Day Adult 
Cynthia Hartshorn, Music 



Carl Hines, Math 

Marilyn Hoffman, Math 

Dr. Wally Hoffman, Vice 

Principal 

David Hon, Science 

Barbara Hood, Day Adult 



Carl Horton, Counselor 
Roberts Academy 
Garlan Howard, Science 
John Hurrle, Physical 
Education Head 
Stanley Irwin, Science/ 
Math Head 
Norma Johnson, Cosmetology 



Roy Johnson, Sheet Metal 
Terry Jones, Computers 
Vivian Jones, Guidance 
Rollin Jump, Director Day 
Adult Education 
John Kanouse, Social 
Studies 



Staff / 147 



Frederick Kelly, Dean 

Claudia Kelsey, Day Adult 

John Kern, Math/Science 

Magnet 

John King, Guidance 

Kathy Kinghorn, Special 

Education 



Paul Kinser, Auto Trades 

Arthur Kirsch, Science 

Julius Kleine, Phys. Ed. 

Francis Knue, Phys. Ed. 

Mary E. Kohut, English 



Lucille Koors, Science/ 

Math Magnet 

Mary Ann Laker, Audio 

Visual Media Center 

Arnold Lehman, Math 

Phyllis Loffland, Science 

Math Magnet 

Mary Lou Manka, Phys. Ed. 



Beth Marsh, Home Ec 

Don Mason, Math 

Patricia Maxwell, Day 

Adult 

James May, Math/ Science 

Magnet 

Judith McBride, English 



Dennis McClain, Industrial 

Technology Head 

Marilyn McCloud, Vice 

Principal 

William McCreary, Business 

Bruce McGeath, Social 

Studies 

Gerald McLeish, Social 

Studies Head 




148 / Staff 




Ann McMillan, English 
Walter Mendel, Printing 
Thelma Miles, Math 
Linda Miller, Roberts 
John Miner, Science 



Stanley Minks, English 

Helen Moeller, Special 

Education 

Victoria Monroe, English 

Sandra Moreland, Phys. Ed. 

John Mullennax, Electrial/ 

Auto Trades Head 



Wesley Murphy, Social 

Studies 

John Newton, Business 

Vickie Noel, Special 

Education 

Nancy Oliver, Roberts 

Paul Oscarson, Drafting/ 

Carpentry 



Gordon Owen, Barbering 
Marjorie Parker, Business 
Rick Perkins, Para- 
Professional 
Judith Pickett, At Risk 
Counselor 

Kenneth Poole, Building/ 
Metal/Drafting Head 



Medarda Pope, Vice 

Principal 

Paul Prather, Music Head 

Wendrel Price, Art 

Lindy Pruett, Special 

Education 

Millard Quails, Electronic 



Staff / 149 



Dorris Raines, Model 

Restaurant 

Beverly Ransdale, Health 

Professions 

Margaret Rawlings, Special 

Education 

Daniel Reddy, Carpentry 

Lewis Robertson, Business 



Donald Robinson, Math 

David Russell, Business 

Sally Ryan, English 

Mohy El-Din Ahmed Saleh, 

Foreign Language Magnet 

Karl Schneider, Social 

Studies 



Marjorie Schunk, Math 

Richard Shock, Guidance 

Carol Smith, Science Head 

Mildred Smith, Day Adult 

Robert Smith, Printing 



Steven Smith, Science 

Ernest Snowden, Carpentry 

Richard Soendlin, Head 

Mathematics 

Linda Spaulding, Learning 

Center Elementary 

James Spears, Guidance 

Director 



Joe Steve, Auto Trades 

Robert Stockard, Vice 

Principal Career Center 

Dorothy Stout, Dean 

Elizabeth Strodtman, 

Social Service 

Kermit Swenson, Art Head 




150 / Staff 





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Doyne Swinford, Latin 

Julia Thompson, Registrar 

Mary Ann Tomlinson, 

Science 

Cecil Tresslar, English 

Donna Uhlenhake, Math/ 

Science Magnet 



Stella Vandivier, Special 
Education Head 
Sandra VanNess, Home Ec 
Emmagee Washington, Art 
Ralph Webb, Electronics 
Carolyn Wegner, Health 
Professions Coordinator 



Barbara Weilhamer, Health 

Professions 

Ward Whalin, Science 

William White, Science/ 

Math Magnet 

William Wheeler, Math 

Elizabeth Wilson, English 



Harold Wise, Painting/ 

Decorating 

Robert Woodard, Phys. Ed. 

Lester Woolard, Air 

Conditioning 

Ethel Wright, Day Adult 



When Mr. Howard Catt and Mrs. Bemadine 
Pool retired this year, Tech lost key cogs. 
Athletic Director Catt had been at ATHS for 
36 years. Mrs. Pool was the pupil program- 
ming secretary. 



Staff / 151 



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Brady, Donald 




107 


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Bankhead, Daniel 


116, 


117 


Brady, Robert 




145 


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Banks, David 


79, 


145 


Brand, Lance 




107 


Aaron, Dawn 




107 


Banks, Tyrone 




117 


Brand, Melinda 




86 


Abbett. Elizabeth 




117 


Bannister, Chelsey 


56, 


117 


Brandon, Greg 




129 


Abbott, Beth 




81 


Bannister, Kenyata 


107, 


114 


Brandon, Gregory 




129 


Abdulla, Jamillah 




91 


Bar bee. David 




129 


Brannon, Betty 




117 


Abercrombie, Deborah 




117 


Barnes, Angelica 




129 


Brannon, Christine 




107 


Abercrombie, Paul 




129 


Barnes, John 




107 


Brannon, Crystal 


87 


107 


Abkar, DeShella 




36 


Barnette, Shannon 




129 


Brant, Wayne 




117 


Achenback, George 




117 


Barns, Angel 




79 


Bras we II, Stacie 


85 


117 


Adair, Jake 




107 


Barr, Christine 




129 


Brayton, Elizabeth 




145 


Adams, Glenn 




145 


Barrett, Keith 


85, 


117 


Breaziel, Tonya 




117 


Adams, Jeffery 




107 


Barrett, Shawn 




117 


Breed love, Christine 




117 


Adams, Johnetta 




107 


Barron, Miranda 




129 


Brennan, John 




117 


Adams, Shannon 




129 


Basham, Dawn 




117 


Brewer, Katherine 




117 


Adams, Tonya 




129 


Baskerville, Terry 




117 


Brewer, Michael 




107 


Agostino, Glenda 




145 


Bate man, Diana 


80, i>'> 


Bridges, Troy 




117 


Aguayo, Oscar 




117 


Bates, Crystal 




117 


Brinkerhoff , Stephen 




145 


Aguilar, Maria 




117 


Bates, Levon 




117 


Brinkman, James 




117 


Ahem, Cathy 90,91, 


92, 117 


142 


Battle, Michael 




107 


Brinkman, Kevin 




99 


Ahem, Joseph 




129 


Baits, Kenneth 




117 


Brinkman, Ronald 




107 


Ahern, Kathy 




90 


Batts, Ramon 


107, 115, 


142 


Britt, John 


85,97 


117 


Akbar, Desheila 




117 


Batts, Ramone 




56 


Britt, Rene 


24. 85. 99 


142 


Akbar, Ibn 




107 


Batts, Rodney 




117 


Brooks, Delbert 50, 85, 93, 


116, 


Akers, Anitra 




117 


Bauer, Tamara 




129 


117, 142 






Alexander, Darrick 




107 


Bayer, Joseph 




117 


Brooks, Kris 




107 


Alexander, Kim 


77, 106 


107 


Beasley, Dennis 


93, 


107 


Brooks, Lawanda 




117 


Alkattab, Yaseen 




129 


Beck, James 


54, 61, 


107 


Brooks, Michael 




107 


Allen, Anthony 




99 


Beck, Karen 




145 


Brown, Benjamin 




117 


Allen, Darrell 




117 


Beckham, Randell 




107 


Brown, Brian 




107 


Allen, James 




117 


Bell, Charna 




129 


Brown, Craig 


69 


117 


Allen, Laddie 




129 


Bell, Darnell 




129 


Brown, Donna 




129 


Allen, Michelle 




129 


Bell, Louis 




129 


Brown, Elvis 




117 


Allen, Shannon 




57 


Bell, Paul 




107 


Brown, Jannetta 




90 


Allen, Stephen 




129 


Belt, Keith 




36 


Brown, Kelly 




36 


Allen, Tammy 




117 


Beltrami, Dawn 




129 


Brown, Kyra 12, 42 


64, 77, 81, 9') 


Alsum, Hakim 




129 


Benjamin, Sara 


68, 69, 75, 


119 


Brown, Louis 




36 


Alsum, Hakon 




129 


Bennett, Claudia 77, 


90, 91, 99 


142 


Brown, Mark 




67 


Alsum, Karim 




117 


Bennett, Gary 




129 


Brown, Meredith 




107 


Alvarado, Roberta 


26 


107 


Bennett, Scott 




90 


Brown, Michael 




129 


Alvies, Maurice 




107 


Benson, Cinema 




91 


Brown, Mike 




107 


Amend, Patricia 




145 


Benson, Penny 43, 67 


, 77, 97, 98, 99 


Brown, Patricia 




99 


Anders, Juanita 




117 


Bent ley , Michael 




129 


Brown, Rico 


61, <>') 


Anderson, Angela 




99 


Benz, Christopher 




129 


Brown, Ronald 




129 


Anderson, Brian 




129 


Berberena, Richard 




129 


Brown, Stewart 




56 


Anderson, Christina 




129 


Bernard, Go lie 




91 


Brown, Vicki 




129 


Anderson, Dawn 




117 


Bernhard, Edythe 




117 


Browne, Ray 




97 


Anderson, Evelyn 


34 


117 


Berry , Joceline 




107 


Browne, Raymond 




145 


Anderson, James 




129 


Berry, Jocelyn 




80 


Bryant, Janet 




99 


Anderson, Jason 




117 


Berry, Lisa 




107 


Bryant, Jennifer 




117 


Anderson, Joseph 




117 


Bertrand, Benjamin 


82, 117 


142 


Bryant, Martin 




117 


Anderson, La Verne 




145 


Bickel, Scott 




107 


Bryant, Veronica 


92 


117 


Anderson, Nicole 


92 


117 


Biech, Melissa 




117 


Buckner, John 




107 


Anderson, Talitha 




145 


Bills, April 




107 


Buggs, Lisa 




145 


Anderson, Tammy 


27,86 


107 


Bitner, Kenneth 




129 


Buie, Michael 




129 


Anderson, Tamyra 27, 


59, 128 


129 


Blackmon, Holly 




129 


Bui ling ton, James 




117 


Andrews, George 




117 


Blackmon, Todd 




117 


Bullock, Melvin 




107 


Andrews, Jon 


70 


107 


Blagrave, Sean 


8, 106 


107 


Bunce, Jeremy 


67,78 


111 


Andrews, Kimberly 




99 


Blair, Thomas 




129 


Bundy, Teresa 




117 


Anthony, James 




107 


Blake, Richard 




107 


Buntain, Danny 




107 


Anya Wood 




84 


Blakey, Angel 


26 


107 


Bunten, Jeffrey 


77,98,") 


Armour, Shawn 


94 


117 


Blankenhorn, Duane 




145 


Burl, Derrick 




107 


Arney, Irvin 




107 


Bleier, Christina 




117 


Burnett, Damon 


91 


118 


Arnold, Cherilynn 




129 


Bleier, Christopher 




117 


Burns, Kristina 




118 


Arnold, Erica 


117 


142 


Bleill, Virgil 


54,56 


145 


Burroughs, Walletta 




107 


Arnold, Theresa 




145 


Bobbin, Judy 


53 


129 


Burrus, Kevin 




107 


Aron, La shun 




107 


Bocanegna, A me Ilia 




129 


Burton, Patricia 




145 


Arthur, Jennifer 




117 


Boehler, Robert 




117 


Burton, Suzanne 




118 


Asher, Richard 


27 


107 


Boehmer, Alvin 




144 


Bush, Jerome 




107 


Averitte, Christina 




129 


Bohannon. Michael 




129 


Butler, Joan 


26 


118 


Avery, Kim 




129 


Bolen, Rolanda 


77,84 


105 


Butler, Joanne 




26 


Avery, Marianh 


18 


107 


Boleyjack, Kathleen 




117 


Butler, Joann 




107 








Bolton, Roger 




107 


Butler, Kevin 


95,96 


118 


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Bonner, Alisha 




129 


Butler, Rachel 


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117 


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145 


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Booker, April 




117 


Byrd, James 




107 


Babb, Curtis 




117 


Booker, Freddie 




117 


Byrd, Jerry 




118 


Bacher, Michael 




107 


Boring, Harry 




117 


Byrd, Richard 




107 


Bacher, Mike 




19 


Borshoff , Jim 


28 


145 


Byrd, Timothy 




118 


Bacon, Phillip 




107 


Boughner, Rabecca 




107 


Byrne, David 




118 


Bailey, Elizabeth 




129 


Bouquett, Danielle 




107 








Bailey, Meredith 


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107 


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Bailey, Nichole 




129 


Bo wens, Gwandel 




117 


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Bailey, William 




117 


Bowers, Kristal 


53 


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Baker, Amy 




107 


Bowling, Joseph 77, 84, 106 


107 


Cage, Anjanette 




129 


Baker, Jacqueline 




145 


Bradburn, Debbie 




95 


Cage, William 




107 


Baker, Jeffrey 




99 


Bradburn, Debra 


46 


129 


Cain, Ryan 




129 


Baker, John 




129 


Bradbury, Spring 


77, 106 


107 


Caldwell, Glen 




107 


Baker, Lisa 26, 


53, 121 


129 


Bradbury. Tonya 




129 


Caldwell, Greg 




61 


Baker, Shannia 




129 


Bradley, Marty 




117 


Caldwell, Gregory 




129 


Baker, Sonya 




129 


Bradley, Micah 




107 


Caldwell, Tameka 




118 


Baldwin, Maurice 




107 


Bradshaw, Martha 


31,81 


145 


Calvert, Theresa 




99 



Camarena, Irma 
Campbell, Patrice 
Campbell, Thomas 
Canfield, Carrie 
Cannon, Daniel 
Cannon, Donald 
Carleton, Kenna 
Carmer. Christina 
Came II, Christopher 
Carpenter, Dan 
Carpenter, Dejuan 
Carr, Crystal 
Carta, Brandon 
Carter, David 

Carver, James 94, 95, 

Cates, Todd 
Catt, Howard 
Caudel, Thomas 
Caudle, Thomas 
Cavazos, Jennifer 
Caylor, Michella 
Cazares, Alan 
Cazares, Christopher 
Cecil, Michael 
Chambers, Cheryl 
Champman, Kirt 
Chancey, Lakenya 
Chapman, Clifford 
Chapman, Kirt 
Chapman, Wendy 
Chin, Helen 
Christie, Antoine 
Christy, Anita 
Clark, Deanna 
Clark, John Chris 
Clark, Marion 
Clark, Miriam 
Clark, Teresa 
Clark, Theresa 
Clark, Tracy 68, 69, 77 

83, 84, 85, 106, 108, 109 
Clasby, Marcus 
Clements, Ayana 
Clements, Jennifer 
Clements, Robert 
Cleveland, Eric 
Clevenger, Penny 
Clifford, Katherine 
Cline, Debbie 
Cline, Debi 
Clontz, Joy 
Clontz, Yolanda 
Cloud, Travis 
Clubs, Cathy 
Coahran, Kevin 
Cochran, Tim 
Cochran, Timothy 29, 43, 77 

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Coffman, Melisa 
Cohen, Cammy 
Cohen, Tonie 
Cole, Janet 
Cole, Kacie 
Cole, Scot 
Coleman, Chesney 
Coleman, Darrick 
Coleman, LaSandra 
Coleman, Shalonda 
Coleman, Tiffani 
Coleman, Tiffany 
Collester, Daniel 
Collier, Dorothy 
Collins, Dale 
Collins, David 
Collins, Ernest 
Collins, Gary 
Collins, Mark 
Collins, Michael 
Collins, Robert 
Collins, Shawn 
Collins, Wanda 
Collins, Xavier 
Comstock, Diane 
Conley, Patricia 
Cook, Bobbi 
Cook, Jemar 
Cook, Lori 



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Cooley, Robert 
Coons, Ricky 
Cooper, Gary 
Cooper, Janice 
Cooper, Lloyd 



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118 


Dodson, Angel 


94 


108 


Faust, Annette 


64, 


120 


Giden, Damon 


120 


Corrie, Vanessa 




118 


Dodson, Kevin 


91 


100 


Faust, Wilber 




108 


Gilbert, Emanuel 


109 


Covarrubias, Janie 




130 


Doerr, Frederick 




119 


Faust, Wilbur 




100 


Gilbert, Emmanuel 


93 


Covington, Henrietta 




118 


Donofrio, Kimberly 




130 


Fazle, Rasheed 




103 


Gilbert, Gregory 


120 


Cox, Michael 




130 


Doss, Darrell 25, 77, 


90, 91, 


142, 


Feduccia, John 




108 


Gilbert, James 


109 


Coy, Ted 




9 


143 






Feeney, Christina 




131 


Gilbert, Melissa 


46, 109 


Coy, Theodore 




100 


Doty, James 




130 


Feigert, Judith 




146 


Gilder, Tosha 


120 


Cozmanoff , Lia 




97 


Douglas, Kelli 




100 


Feltner, Sue 




146 


Giles, Devitria 


120 


Cozmanoff , Lianna 52 


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100 


Douglas, Monica 




119 


Fenton, Jocelyn 


82, 83, 120, 


142 


Gillespie, Mary 


120 


Craft, Kris tins 


77.98 


Dowdy, Debra 




86 


Ferguson, Aaron 


67, 97, 


100 


Gilley, Herbert 


131 


Craig, Frank 


54, 56, 


146 


Dowdy, Delbia 




108 


Ferrell, Tamica 




131 


Gladney, Lavette 


109 


Craig, Santana 




130 


Dowdy, Tina 




119 


Ferris, Cindy 




100 


Glascoe, Rhondica 


131 


Crase, Christy 




100 


Doyle, Gloria 




108 


Fiegert, Judith 




29 


Glenn, Sharon 


131 


Crase, Roger 




108 


Driskell, Michael 




130 


Fields, Janice 




108 


Glenn, Shawna 


109 


Cravens, Wallace 




108 


Duckworth, James 




146 


Fields, Kenneth 




131 


Glover, Byron 


100 


Crawford, La tony a 


91, 108, 


115 


Duerson, Ashanta 




41 


Fields, Lillian 




120 


Golden, Bonita 


109 


Crawford, Tonya 




108 


Duerson, La wanna 




108 


Fields, Michael 




108 


Gomez, Joseph 


120 


, Creech, Tonya 




130 


Duff, James 


130 


134 


Fields, Tina 


41, 86, 


108 


Gomez, Maria 


131 


Cronin, Samantha 




118 


Dullen, Eugene 




108 


Finley, William 




36 


Gonzales, Arnold 


109 


Crosley, Michael 




118 


Duncan, Cherie 




100 


Finnegan, Thomas 




120 


Gonzales, Rae Ann 


37, 85, 120 


Cross, Jennifer 




100 


Duncan, Dwyane 




119 


Fischer, Shane 




120 


Gonzalez, Lucia 


146 


Cross, Joshua 




118 


Duncan, Elizabeth 


26 


119 


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120 


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92 


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108 


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119 


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120 


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54, 75 


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39, 128 


130 


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119 


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46 


120 


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109 


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108 


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26,27 


108 


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25 


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147 


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80 


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130 


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26 


100 


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147 


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146 


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119 


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100 


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109 


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119 


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77 


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78, (-'■! • 


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120 


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64 


108 


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119 


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131 


Gordon, Greg 


131 


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108 


Dunn, Paula 




131 


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100 


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109 


Cunagun, Tina 




37 


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131 


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120 


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121 


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130 


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108 


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90,91 


120 


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121 


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108 


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106 


108 


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131 


Grady, Shannon 68, 


69, 75, 85, 131 


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108 


Dyson, Brian 


56 


119 


Floyd, Kelly 26, 


27, 81, 108 


142 


Graham, Jason 


131 


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146 








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131 


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108 


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121 


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119 


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131 


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16, 70 


130 


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131 


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61, 131 








Eads, Ellen 
Eaglin, Julie 
Earley, Jean 
Easterly, James 
Eaton, Carmen 
Eaton, Kevin 
Eaton, William 
Eaves, Lynette 
Eberle, Janet 




146 
119 
119 
146 
108 
119 
131 
146 
146 
108 
108 
119 
119 
108 
131 


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131 


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121 


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90,91 


Ford, Tyrone 
Foreman, Andrea 




100 
131 


Gray, Benita 
Gray, Quentin 


131, 142 
131 


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119 




Foreman, Dan 
Foreman, Jason 


61 


146 
108 


Gray, Rhonda 
Gray, Robin 


121 
121 


Dalton, Larry 


61 


108 




Forsee, Andrew 


79 


108 


Grayer, Graylann 


121 


, Dangerfield, Nina 




108 




Forsee, Andy 




79 


Grayson, Page 


109 


I Darby, Jennifer 


119 


142 




Foster, Christina 


58, 59, 75 


120 


Green, Con tin a 


121 


Dardy, Christal 




119 




Fowler, Dorothy 




108 


Green, Janel 


109 


Darty, Angela 




108 




Fox, Jody 


19 


108 


Green, Moya 


86, 100 


Darty, Thelma 
1 Dash, Franc ine 82, 


83, 108 


130 
142 


lvuuis, nuuciiia 

Edmonds, Felicia 
Edmonds, Gregory 
Edwards, Christina 
Edwards, Kenya 

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France, Lori 
Franklin, Danielle 




86 
131 


Greenlee, Doris 
Greer, Peggy 


131 
131 


Davenport, Asira 
Davenport, Asra 




108 
94 


86 


Franklin, Ramona 
Franklin, Remona 




86 
108 


Gregory, Chad 
Gregory, Robert 


66, 67 
121 


1 Davenport, Lavetra 




130 


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120 


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131 


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130 


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108 
80 
100 
131 
131 
119 
108 
131 
108 
131 
131 
108 
119 
119 


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146 


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121 


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27,81 


108 


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Edwards, Tim 
Edwards, Timothy 
Ege, Shelley 
Eggleton, Charity 
Elliot, Cedric 
Elliott, Alicia 
Elliott, Tonya 
Elmore, Dana 
Emerson, Joey 
England, Jody 
England, Karen 
England, Troy 
English, Sandra 




Freeman, Richard 




120 


Griffin, Derrick 


109 


| Davis, David 




119 




French, Willie 




108 


Griffin, Jacquelyn 


131 


i Davis, Lacresha 


86 


108 




Frost, Shawn 




120 


Griggs, Larry 


57, 131, 135 


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\ Davis, Lawrence 




67 

119 




Frye, Dawn 
Frye, Lois 




131 
146 


Griggs, Steven 
Grigsby, Michael 


109 
100 


I Davis, Mark 27.61.91 


100 




Fultz, Lonnie 




131 


Grimes, Bridgett 


81 


1 Davis, Melissa 




119 




Futrell, Dennis 




120 


Grimes, Bridget 


100 


I Davis, Nathan 




32 




Fyffe, Ron 




61 


Grimes, Deanna 


131 


1 Davis, Sharron 
1 Dawson, India 
1 Dawson, Sherrie 
1 Dawson, Sherri 
1 Day, Sean 


130 

100 

108 

58, 75 

54, 108 


87 
79 




Gaines, S L 


1 


120 


Groover, Kevin 
Gross, Michael 
Guerrero, Luis 
Gunn, Demetrious 
Gwin, Christie 


131 
109 
121 
121 
121 


1 Day, Timothy 




130 


Engram, Eleecia 




100 


Gale, Laurissa 




131 






1 Dean, Nicole 




130 


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80 


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120 


T T 




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130 


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108 


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120 


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130 


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108 


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47 


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1 1 




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130 


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85 


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86 


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101 


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108 


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108 


Gardner, Charles 




120 


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109 


Delfin, Brian 




119 


Estelle, Christopher 




119 


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120 


Hackney, Tomica 


131 


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100 


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119 


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90,91 


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131 


1 Delphin, Brian 




79 


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108 


Garrett, Andrea 


82, 83, 108 


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Hahn, Margaret 


147 


1 Denning, Robbie 




39 


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119 


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108 


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131 


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119 


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38 


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131 


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91 


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108 








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120 


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121 


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130 


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78,80 


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101 


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108 


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91 


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131 


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146 


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120 


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80, 101 


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119 


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100 


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131 


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109 


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108 


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131 


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109 


Hall, Karen 


86, 87, 109 


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130 


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120 


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100 


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147 


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86 


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108 


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61, ' 


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106, 109 


1 Dishman, Jerry 




130 


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131 


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131 


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109 


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146 


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120 


Geldmeier, Robert 




131 


Hall. Willie 


95, 131 


Dixon, Lisa 




119 


Farmer, Daniel 




120 


Gentry, Anthony 




109 


Hallewell, Teresa 


109 


1 Doan, Garrett 




119 


Farmer, Dwayne 




131 


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146 


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121 


1 Doan, Gary 


95, ' 


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146 


Geralds, Kim 




79 


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147 


1 Dodd, Amy 




130 


Farris, Janet 




108 


Gibbs, Donald 




131 


Hamilton, Carlos 


109 


1 Dodd, Greg 




61 


Faulkenberg, Emmit 




146 


Gibson, Tiffany 




120 


Hamilton, Judith 


147 



Hamilton, Michael 
Hamler, T D 
Hamler, Taja 
Hammack, Mary 
Hampton, Duane 
Hanger, Jonathan 
Hankerson, Larry 
Hansford, Cynthia 
Hanaford, Terri 
Hardaway, Lewis 
Hardin, Shantel 
Harding, Chriaman 
Harp, Charles 
Harp, Joseph 
Harris, Brandon 
Harris, C D 
Harris, Cozette 
Harris, James 
Harris, Jerome 
Harris, Kevin 
Harris, Lamont 
Harris, Marvin 66, 
131 

Harris, Melissa 
Harrison, Derris 
Harrison, Vaughn 
Harrod. William 
Harshaw, Cynthia 
Hart, Angela 
Hart, Delores 
Hart, Henry 
Harter, Charles 
Hartley, Jo Ann 
Hartshorn, Cynthia 
Harvey, Auric a 
Harvey, Derrick 
Harvey, Fredrick 
Hatcher, Mikel 
Hatcher, Schadlse 
Hatchett, Prise ilia 
Hathaway, Jerry 
Hatton, Jason 
Hawkins, Melvin 
Hawkins, Tame k a 
Hayden, Remit ha 
Hayes, Katrina 
Hayes, Peggy 
Hayes, Trent 
Hayes, Trina 
Hazel, Doug 
Hazel, Douglas 
Head, Michael 
Headen, Sherri 
Heckman, Michelle 
Helms, Byron 
Henderson, Rona 
Hendricks, Katrina 
Henry, Barbara 
Henry, Cynthia 
Hensley, Mary 
Hensley, Michelle 
Hen son, Robert 
Herring, Dawn 
Heyward, Ronald 
Hicks, Eugenia 
Hicks, Hope 
Hiese, Ninya 68, 
Higgins, Brian 
Higginson, Camille 

82, 121, 142 
Hill.Aimee 68,85,110 

Hill, Aretha 121 

Hill, Jason 121 

Hill, Jevon 132 

Hill, Mary 31 

Hill, Sharee 121 

Hill, Sharron 121 

Hillenburg, Heather 26, 121 

Hinds, Misty 132 

Hines, Carl 147 

Hitchens, Cristie 53, 132 

Hodge, Claudia 121 

Hodge, James 81, 101 

Hodge, Patrick 122 

Hoffman, Dr Wally 147 

Hoffman, Marilyn 147 

Hogston, Rhonda 122 

Hogston, Stephanie 122 

Holden, Shona 79 

Holder, Chaunaieigh 132 

Holderfield, Angela 132 

Holiday, Michelle 26, 81, 94, 110, 
130 



67, 131 
131 
131 
109 
131 
131 

38, 109 
101, 123 

26, 121 
131 

13, 109 

54, 61, 109 

77, 106 

109 

82, 93, 121 

131 

131 

131 

109 

131 

67, 109 

67, 70, 74, 75, 

109 
31,54,55, 115 
121 
147 
109 
131 

27, 109 
109 
131 
147 
147 

43, 101 

121, 131 

131 

26, 121 
109 
110 

28 
110 
61, 93, 110 
54, 56, 121 
121 
121 
110 
110 

92 

80 

110 

27, 82, 121, 142 

110 

91 

67, 131 

121 

36 
121 
131 
131 

26 
131 

27, 101 
121 
101 
110 

69, 85, 132, 142 

121 

50, 51, 72, 73, 



Holland, Deandrea 110 

Holland, Jeffrey 122 

Holland, Mary 122 

Holland, Melissa 122 
Holland, Monica 86,110 

Holland, Tlya 132 
Hollowell, Donald 61,132 

Holmes, Angela 132 

Holmes, Nicole 122 
Holsapple, Mia 73, 94, 95, 96, 122 

Holt. Charleen 91 

Holt, Charlene 110 

Holt, Gregory 132 
Holt, Lisa 27, 122 

Hon, David 147 

Honey cutt, William 122 

Hood, Barbara 147 

Hook, David 122 

Hook, Robin 132 

Hoopingarner, Brandon 122 

Hoopingarner, Brian 95 
Hopkins, Amber 59, 132 

Hopkins, Katina 132 

Hopkins, Walter 132 

Hopson, Craig 122 

Hopson, Lisa 26 
Hopson, Manual 65, 101 

Hopson, Manuel 75 

Horton, Carl 147 

Horton, Christine 122 

Horton, Diana 132 

Hosapple, Mia 49 

Hoskins, Nishani 122 

Hosley, Terrance 60 
Hosley , Terrence 61, 110 

House, Jennifer 122 

Howard, Garlan 147 
Howard, Sean 62, 132 

Howes, James 132 

Hubbard, Anthony 122 
Hubbard, Eddie 16, 27, 66 

Hubbard, Teresa 122 

Huber, Jonathan 122 

Hudson, Alyce 132 

Huggler, Edwin 132 

Hughes, Dock 144 

Hughe tt, Paul 122 

Hughe tt, Stevan 101 

Humphrey, Dawn 132 

Humphrey, Kelly 122 

Hunsford, Cynthia 77 

Hurd, Jamey 101 

Hurrle, John 147 

Hurt, Ken 81 

Hurt, Kenneth 110 

Hurt, Keyla 132 

Hurt, Wayne 101 

Hutchins, Nikki 122 

Hutchison, Nikole 110 

Hutton, Jason 18 



Ingram, Darris 
Ingram, Dejuan 
Ingram, William 
Irvin, James 
Irwin, Kelly 
Irwin, Stanley 
Ivey, Franklin 



I 



J 



Jackman, Anessa 
Jackson, Antoine 
Jackson, April 
Jackson, Columbus 
Jackson, Dawna 
Jackson, Desmond 
Jackson, Donna 
Jackson, Gary 
Jackson, Georgia 
Jackson, Lashonda 
Jackson, Mar i to 
Jackson, Noris 
Jackson, Shonda 
Jackson, Taffany 
Jackson, Zabrina 
James, Andrea 
James, Andre 



132 
110 
122 
70, 77, 101 
132 
147 
15, 60, 61, 101 



132 
110 
132 
122 

81 
132 
101 
132 
132 
132 
122 
132 
110 
132 
110 

61 
132 



Jamison, Amelia 
Jefferson, Cory 
Jefferson, Marcus 
Jefferson, Mark 
Jeremiah, Becky 
Jeremiah, Rebecca 
Jessup, Joey 
Jeter, Fredereka 3, 

75, 101 
Jimison, Tina 
Johnson, Anthony 
Johnson, Benjamin 
Johnson, Crystal 
Johnson, Donna 
Johnson, Fredricka 
Johnson, Heather 
Johnson, Illyria 
Johnson, Jackie 
Johnson, Jason 
Johnson, Jeffrey 
Johnson, Mary 
Johnson, Nikiya 
Johnson, Norma 
Johnson, Richard 
Johnson, Ronald 
Johnson, Roy 
Johnson, Shurell 
Johnson, Tanyeka 
Johnson, Thomas 
Johnson, Tracy 
Jones, Angela 
Jones, Cahisa 
Jones, Delia 
Jones, James 24, 
Jones, Jason 
Jones, Joseph 
Jones, Melissa 
Jones, Michelle 
Jones, Monika 
Jones, Pamela 
Jones, Paul 
Jones, Shawn a 
Jones, Stacy 
Jones, Tammie 
Jones, Terry 
Jones, Vashon 
Jones, Vivian 
Jones, Yolanda 
Jordan, Clara 
Jordan, Clayton 
Jordan, Theodore 
Jump, Roll in 
Jurgesmeyer, Marcia 
101, 123 



132 

132 

56 

122 

113, 122 

26,53 

122 

59, 72, 73, 74, 

122 
122 
7, 144 
122 
122 
122 
132 
132 
132 

63, 132 
132 
132 
132 
147 
122 
132 
147 
77, 106, 110 
122 
132 
132 

26, 110 

122 

122 

54, 91, 97, 101 

56, 122 
110 
132 

91, 101 
122 
80 
61 
122 
110 
122 

28, 147 
132 
147 
110 
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93, 122, 142 
110 

85, 147 
26, 27, 64, 75, 



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Kafrawy, Sami 
Kanouse, John 
Karamanos, Angelique 
Kaufman, Michael 
Kavanaugh, Nancy 
Keatts, Jeffery 
Keene, Bruce 
Keene, Jason 
Keith, Leona 
Kelley, Carl 
Kelley, Chad 
Kelley, Dennis 
Kelley, Midge 
Kelly, Frederick 
Kelly, Michael 
Kelsey, Claudia 
Kelsey, Misty 
Kelshaw, Kenneth 
Kendrick, Donald 
Kendrick, Trena 
Kennedy, Audrita 
Kennedy, Shamra 
Kent, Sam 
Kent, Samuel 
Keppler, James 
Kern, John 
Kern, Krissy 
Kern, Kris tin a 
Kesler, Thomas 
Kidd, Stephanie 
Kiefner, Kimberly 
Kiefner, Scott 
Kimbrough, Nicole 
Kimes, Patricia 
Kindred, Mary 



33, 132 
147 
122 
132 
110 
101 
65, 91, 110 
122 
122 
132 
122 
132 
132 
148 
122 
148 
122 
122 

85, 132 

122 

132 

132 

61 

122 

132 

148 

79 

122, 142 

122 

26, 122 
132 

69, 132 
132 
122 
122 



King, Angela 

King, John 

King, Kenneth 

King, Sean 

King horn, Kathy 

Kinser, Arthur 

Kinser, Paul 

Kirby, Matthew 27, 80, 

Kirkendall, Suzanne 

Kirsch, Arthur 

Kleine, Jay 

Kleine, Julius 

Klinck, Jeff 

Kloss, Shawn 

Knabe, Eric 

Knabe, William 

Knox, Rashawnda 

Knox, Renee 

Knue, Francis 

Kockman, Thomas 

Kohut, Mary E 

Kolacek, William 

Koors, Lucille 

Kozlovic, Matthew 

Kpodo, Francisca 

Kraning, Christopher 

Kraus, Shawn 

Kuhn, Tammie 

Kuner, Kelly 

Kurek, John 



32, 83, 90 



45,67 



122 
148 
132 
132 

70, 148 
122 
148 
106, 110 
110 
148 
64 
148 

91, 142 
122 
69 
122 
122 
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132 
148 
122 
148 
122 
122 
122 
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132 

85, 132 

65, 122 



L 



Lacy, Christopher 
Ladd, Sean 
Lady, Melissa 
La f fin. Amy 
Lake, La t ash a 
Laker, Mary Ann 
Lamb, Tomika 
Lambert, Laura 
Lancaster, Stacey 
Lane, Robert 
Lane, Tammy 
Lang, Allen 
Larque, Chuck 
Laudig, Charlene 
Lawless, Michael 
Lawrence, Rex 
Law son, Bryant 
Leach man, Teri 
Leap, Aaron 
Lee, Lashona 
Leeper, Jeffrey 
LeGawiee, Eric 
Legg, Melanie 
Lehman, Arnold 
Leigh, Willie 
Leisure, Bonita 
Leisure, Julie 
Leonard, James 
Leveringston, Crystal 
Leveringston, Shauna 
Levi, Shannon 
Lewis, Adrian 
Lewis, Andwele 
Lewis, Tawana 
Lewis, Tina 
Lifford, William 
Lightfoot, Kelle 
Lightfoot, Kim 8, 

Lightfoot, Tannika 
Lightfoot, Traci 
Lindsay, Arlinda 
Liner, Charlonda 
Liner, Jarlon 
Linville, Penny 
Lipkins, Roslyn 
Lippard, Christopher 
Lippard, Christina 
Lloyd, David 
Lloyd, Devon 
Lloyd, Marsha 
Lloyd, Neal 
Loffland, Phyllis 
Lofton, Natasha 
Logwood, Cornelius 
Lomax, James 
Long, Keith 
Long, Mario 
Long, Susan 
Lookebill, Curtis 



132 
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110 
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133 
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61, 123 

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67, 123 
27,54, 111; 
123 1 
123 
133 
133 



Loomis, Michael 
Lothery , Tonya 
Lott , Blrmel 
Lovato. Matthew 
Love, Adrian 
Love, Christopher 
Love, Kyna 
Lovelace, Christopher 
Lucas. Jane 
Lucas. Jennifer 
Lucas, Rob 
Lucas, Robert 
Lucius, Edward 
Lufcy, Christopher 
Luken, Benjamin 
Lum, Mario 
Luncford, Raymond 
Luttrell, Lisa 
Lyda, Christina 
Lynch, Jeff 
Lynch, Jeff cry 



133 
133 

96, 111 
133 
123 
133 
123 
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123 
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Mace, Rita 

MacLennan, Ronald 

Maco, Allison 

Maddox, Lisa 

Madsen, Thomas 

Magbanua, Richard 

Majors, Corey 

Majors, Stephen 

Malone, Donna 

Manclllas, Leandro 

Manka, Mary Lou 

Mann, Andre 

Mann, Cathy 

Manuel, Nicole 

March, Joan 

Marion, Kelvin 

Markey, Wade 

Marks, Anthony 

Marks, Richard 
| Marsh, Beth 

Marsh, Kevin 

Marsh, Tony 

Martin, Cynthia 
I Martin, Daniel 
| Martin, Donearl 

Martin, George 

Martin. Michael 

Martinez, Marina 

Martz, James 

Mason, Don 

Mason, Kenyetta 

Mason, Kim 

Mason, Kimberly 

Mason, Kym 
I' Mason, Theresa 

Mason, Vina 

Ma this, Christopher 

Mauer, Jason 

Maxey , Dennis 
I Maxwell, Patricia 
I Maxwell, Paula 
i May, James 

May, Matthew 

McB ride, Judith 

Mc Bride, Ronnita 
I McCain, Teresa 
: McCall, Eric 

McCaskey, Stephanie 
i McClaln, Dennis 

McClellan, Amy 

McClelland, Mariah 
: McCloud, Earl 
. McCloud, Marilyn 

McClure. Carrie 

McClure, Freddie 

McCoy, Charles 
,i McCreary, William 

McDowell, Eric 

McElroy, Mark 

McFarland, Bernard 

McFarland, Gregory 

McGary, Doug 

McGary, Paul 50, 51, 69, 79, 82, 83, 
89, 90, 91, 123, 142, 143 

McGeath, Bruce 65,148 

McGinley, Paul 
'.McGowan, Randy 

McGrone, Marilyn 



133 

133 

86, 111 

26 

123 

123 

90,91 

148 

69, 70, 71, 75, 123 

16 

133 

111 

111 

102 

133 

111 

133 

148 

94, 133 

25 

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123 

123 

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27, 111 

148 

77, 106, 111 

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80, 102 

82, 83, 148 

85, 123 

123 

133 

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133 

133 

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133 

124 

83, 90, 91, 124, 

124 
124 
124 

30, 148 
133 

91, 134 
149 
134 
124 
134 
134 
134 
77, 82, 83, 106, 



McGuire. Danny 111 

McKeller, Leon 124 

McKibben, Jennifer 29, 64, 75, 77, 

98, 102 
McKlmmy, Michael 
McKlnney, Brandy 
McKinney, Jennifer 

142 
McKlnney, Ronald 
McKinney, Shawn 
McLay, Sherrita 
McLeish, Gerald 
McLucas, Diana 
Mc Means. Kelly 
McMillan, Ann 
McMlllian, Lloyd 
McNeal. Angel 
McNeal, Deborah 
McNeal, Debra 
McNeeley, Derek 
McPherson, Tamsin 

111 
McRae, Wesley 124 

McWhlrter, Charles 1 1 1 

Means, Tracey 124 

Medina, Elizabeth 26, 123 

Meloy, Heather 102 

Mendel, Walter 149 

Merchant, Tonya 134 

Meredith, Angela 134 

Meredith, Lisa 111 

Merrifield, Cynthia 102 

Merritt, Kenjla 124 

Messer, Mia 124 

Messer, Sarah 124 

Meyer, Chastity 121,124 

Meyer, Christopher 111 

Meyer, Jason 102 

Meyers, Chastity 26 

Middlebrooks, Jamaryon 56, 124 
Middlebrooks, James 89, 90, 91, 

142, 143 
Middlebrooks. T J 63 

Middlebrooks, Theosco 134 

Miklos, Warren 134 

Mikuta, Michael 81 

Milburn, Brodey 9, 14, 27, 65, 69, 
74, 75, 77, 84, 98, 102, 105 



Miles, John 
Miles, Jose 
Miles, Kelli 
Miles, Thelma 
Miles, Yolanda 
Miller, Anthony 
Miller, Bernard 29 

Miller, Carina 
Miller, Chontel 
Miller, Christopher 
Miller, Geralyn 
Miller, Jenny 
Miller, Johari 
Miller, Judith 
Miller, Kathy 
Miller, Linda 
Miller, Michael 
Miller, Nichelle 
Miller, Rick 
Miller, Stephanie 
Mills, Rhonda 
Mimms, Cecilia 
Minardo, Christina 
Minardo, Richard 
Miner, John 
Minks, Stanley 
Minor, James 
Minor, Toy a 
Mitchell, Del 
Mitchell, Delicia 
Mitchell, James 
Mitchell, Jamie 
Mitchell, Jason 
Moeller, Helen 
Monday, Shelley 
Monday, Tonya 
Monica Thurman 
Monroe, David 
Monroe, Victoria 
Montgomery, Alisa 
Montgomery, Melanie 
Montgomery, Michael 
Moore, Annette 
Moore, Christopher 
Moore, Erica 



102 
124 
134 
149 
124 
111 
77, 98, 102 
134 
59, 134 
124 
134 
111 
111 
134 
134 
149 

39 
111 

95 
134 
124 

73 
102 
124 
149 
24, 83, 149 
124 
111 
134 
134 
134 
134 
112 
7, 149 
124 
102 

84 
134 
149 
102 
134 
22, 102, 105 

86 
112 
134 



Moore, Holly 
Moore, Joe 
Moore, Karen 
Moore, Lee 
Moore, Lois 
Moore, Vantonla 
Moreland, Sandra 
Moreland, Vincent 
Morgan, Billy 
Morgan, Karen 
Morgan, Randy 
Morris, Donnie 
Morris. Henry 
Morris, Marquis 
Morris, Michael 
Morris. Michelle 
Morris, Tawana 
Morris, Tina 
Morrison, Damali 
Morrison, Damlli 
Morrison, Tyrone 
Morrow, Joseph 
Morse, Charles 
Morse, Christ) 



120, 124 

134 

124 

56, 112, 134 

134 

112 

53, 149 

134 

134 

91, 102 

124 

38 

39, 134 

134 

112 

77,98 

90, 91, 124 

39, 124 

124 

92 

37 

134 

91, 102 

27, 82, 83, 90, 98, 



102, 105, 142, 143 

Morse, Sheree 78, 80, 82, 124 

Mosley.Jasen 124 

Moulder, Derrick 61, 77, 102 



Mueller, Derek 
Muhammad, Bayyinah 
Mullen, Allison 
Mullennax, John 
Mulling*. Aarold 
Mullings, Arrold 
Mundy, Kerry 
Mundy, Kevin 
Munsey, Kimberly 
Murphy, Charles 
Murphy, Paul 
Murphy, Robert 
Murphy, Wesley 
Murray, Tammy 
Musgrove, Karla 
Myers, James 
Myers, Peter 
Myers, Tricia 



N 



Nailor, Larry 
Nance, Lashawn 
Nance, Yolanda 
Naragon, Jennifer 
Neal, Terry 
Nelson, Deryl 
Nelson, Mia 
New, Tamara 
Newhouse, Glenn 
Newsom, Steven 
Newton, John 
Ngo, Van 
Nguy, Hung 
Nguy, Quoc 
Nguyen, Anhtuan 
Nguyen, Hien 
Nguyen, My Linh 
Nichols, Connie 
Nichols, Larita 
Noel, Vickie 
Notice, Warren 
Norman, Angela 
Norman, Joshua 
Norman, Tavia 
N orris, Adriann 
Norris, Richard 
Norris, Walter 
Novak, Michael 
Novak, Mike 
Nowling, Greg 
Nowling, Gregg 
Nowling, Gregory 



O 



Oakley, John 
Odell, Richard 
Oden, Jessica 
Odum, Jennifer 
Offill , Lisa 
Oldham, Lashawn 



124 
124 
134 
149 
91 
78, 112 
112 
27, 54, 112 
134 
112 
124 
124 
149 
134 
102 
134 
125 
112 



134 
102, 112 
135 
135 
112 
125 
112 
102 
96, 125 
125 

9, 61, 149 
135 
112 
112 
135 
135 
125 
26, 125 
135 
7, 149 
125 
125 
125 
135 
125 
125 
135 
135 
65 

33, 82, 84 
142 
125 



112 
102 
135 
130, 135 
135 
125 



Oliphant, Jason 

Oliphant, Phillip 

Oliver, Mark 

Oliver, Nancy 

Oliver, Tim 27, 54, 55, 

ONeal, Tammy 

Ontiveros, Jose 

ORear, Crystal 

Orkman, Jeffrey 

Orrick, Mellnda 

Ortiz, Stacey 

Osborn, Jennifer 

Osborne, Brian 51, 69, 83 

93, 125, 142 
Oscar son, Paul 
Ovelton, Christopher 
Ovelton, Chris 
Overton, La Vaughn 
Owen, Gordon 
Owens, Angela 
Owens, John 
Owens, Katina 
Owens, Kim 
Owens, Kimberly 
Owens, Raynael 
Owens, Trina 



P 



82, 



18, 



125 
135 
112 
149 

97, 103 
135 
125 
135 
112 

46, 135 

26, 112 
135 

90, 91, 

149 
125 

83, 142 
135 
149 
125 
125 
112 
142 
103 
86 

26, 125 



Pack, Samantha 


135 


Paden, Steve 


33 


Paicely, Tamara 


91, 112 


Paige, Rakesha 


78, 80 


Palmer, Jacquelln 


135 


Palmer, Tina 


86, 125 


Palmer, William 


26 


Parker, Donald 


125 


Parker, Lance 


135 


Parker, Marcus 


125 


Parker, Marjorie 


84, 149 


Parker, Michael 


125 


Parks, Jennifer 


112 


Parks, Ronald 


56, 125 


Parnell, Nyree 


125 


Parrish, Christopher 


135 


Parrot, Ramon 


112 


Parrott, Dawn 


135 


Pass, Tammy 


135 


Pate, Kimberley 


112 


Pate, Kimberly 


53 


Patel, Aashish 


135 


Patrick. Kim 


75 


Patrick. Kimberly 


103 


Patterson, Heather 


112 


Pat ton, John 


135 


Pat ton, Nyrita 


112 


Payne, Herman 


125 


Pearson, Shenicka 


135 


Peden, Sharmaine 


125 


Peebler, Simeon 


125 


Peed, Christina 


135 


Peed, Wanda 


112 


Pendleton, Quentln 


125 


Pennington, Angela 


94 


Pennington, Lisa 


39 


Perkins, Mona 


112 


Perkins, Rick 


149 


Perry, Angela 


112 


Perry, Nicole 


125 


Perry, Robert 


125 


Peters, Nakita 


135 


Peters, Sherlita 


125 


Peterson, Daniel 


125 


Peterson, David 


135 


Peterson, LaTonya 


135 


Peterson, Thomas 


112 


Peterson, Tom 


19 


Pettengill, Pat 


70 


Pettingill, John 


78 


Peyton, Mia 


135, 136 


Phelps, Angela 


112 


Phillips, Angela 


135 


Phillips, Darrel 


125 


Phillips, Jo Monica 


125 


Phillips, Michael 


125 


Pickard, William 


135 


Pickett, Judith 


149 


Pierce, Lori 


125 


Pierce, Scott 


103 


Piersall, Tamra 


135 


Plerson, William 


125 


Pillow, Lyndell 


136 



Pink ins. Debra 




112 


Reyna, Maribel 


113 


Pippins, Rachelle 


64 


103 


Rhodes, Janetta 


27, 125 


Plum ley. Tammy 




136 


Rhodes, Stephanie 


136 


Pogue, Cavin 




136 


Rice, James 


125 


Pogue, Randolph 


91 


112 


Richards, Chris 


125 


Pointer, Shannon 




91 


Richards, Jacqueline 


125 


Polin, Demond 




136 


Richardson, Michael 


136 


Polk, Ron 


61 


112 


Richardson, Victor 


113 


Pollard, Michael 


54,56 


125 


Richart, Jakob 


125 


Polston, Jack 




103 


Richart, Kris 69 


77, 98, 103 


Polston. Jackie 




77 


Rico, Anthony 


113 


Poole, Kenneth 




149 


Rigdon, Carrie 


40, 113 


Pope, Heather 




136 


Rigdon, Jimmy 


113 


Pope, Medarda 




149 


Riggs, Dana 


113 


Pope-Green, Donna 


45 


147 


Riley, Jerri 


40, 113 


Popoola, Frank 




136 


Riley, Pam 


77 


Porter, Dylan 




136 


Riley, Pamela 


103 


Porter, Ramona 




112 


Rinker, James 


136 


Portericker, Lisa 




136 


Risner, Michael 


125 


Portericker, Michelle 




136 


Rivers, April 


136 


Powell, Bryant 




136 


Roach, Anthony 


136 


Powell. Esther 27, 53, 


90, 113, 


116, 


Roberts, Brad 


113 


121, 125 






Roberts, Greta 


103 


Powell, James 




136 


Roberts, Marti 


103 


Powell, Robert 




125 


Roberts, Mary 


14, 91, 103 


Poynter, Deborah 




103 


Robertson, Dianne 


53 


Poynter, Shannon 




112 


Robertson, Dianna 


103 


Prather, Paul 




149 


Robertson, Jade 


14, 77 


Preston, Carmen 




136 


Robertson, Joshua 


67, 70, 136 


Preston, Jennifer 




113 


Robertson, Lewis 


150 


Preston, Jimmie 




39 


Robinson, Audrey 


58, 125 


Price, Christina 


86,87 


125 


Robinson, Charles 


113 


Price, Las ha una 




125 


Robinson, Donald 


150 


Price, Lavinia 


39 


125 


Robinson, Joyce 


32,77 


Price, Tammy 




113 


Roche, Andrew 


113 


Price, Wendrel 




149 


Rogers, Anthony 


136 


Proctor, Glenn 




113 


Rogers, Lisa 


53, 136 


Proctor, Gracie 


79 


125 


Rogers, Paul 


125 


Pruett, Lindy 


81 


149 


Rogers, Stephen 


136 


Pruitt, Elton 




136 


Roper, George 


136 


Purcell, Nljul 

Q 




125 


Roper, Tommy 
Rosales, Shelley 
Rosales, Stacey 
Rosenstihl, Bill 
Rudolph, Ronald 
Russell, David 


24, 103 

13, 113 

3, 16, 103 

68,69 

125 

150 


Quails, Millard 


97, 


149 


Ryan, Quinton 


136 


Quick, Tanya 




113 


Ryan, Sally 


150 


Quigley, Justine 




125 






Quinn, Felecia 

R 




103 


S 

Saddler, Shannon 
Sadler, Eric 15 


136 
79,81, 113 


Radford, David 


61, 


113 


Sage, Paul 


136 


Radford, James 




136 


Saleh, Moby El-Din 


150 


Radford, Lisa 




136 


Sal lee, Stacy 


86, 113 


Radford, Michael 


57, 63, 


136 


Saloane, Marcus 


61 


Radford, Steven 




61 


Saltsman, Daniel 


125 


Rady, Rebecca 




113 


Samples, Gillace 


125 


Raine, Bridgette 




113 


Sams, Robert . 


136 


Raines, Dorr is 




150 


Sanders, Craig 


113 


Rainey, Gary 


63, 69, 


136 


Sanders, David 


113 


Ramech, Regina 




103 


Sanders, Traletta 


137, 142 


Ramones, Jose 


38, 


125 


Sanders, Yolanda 


103 


Ramones, Maria 




136 


Sandlin, Joseph 


126 


Ramsey, Lila 




94 


Saunder, India 


126 


Ramsey, Lilia 


118, 


125 


Saunders, Cecelia 


113 


Range), Azeneth 


14, 77, 


103 


Saunders, Christopher 


126 


Ransdale, Beverly 




150 


Saunders, Sharon 


126 


Rapp, Keith 


68, 


103 


Savage, Christopher 


78, 113 


Rawlings, Margaret 




150 


Sayer, Angela 


103 


Rawlins, Gerald 




125 


Sayer, Michelle 


113 


Ray, Donna 


90, 


125 


Scaggs, Patricia 


103 


Rayner, Pamela 




125 


Scahill, Michael 


27, 67, 126 


Redding, Chris 




136 


Schell, Kathy 


86, 126 


Reddy, Daniel 




150 


Schmidt, Christopher 


126, 137 


Reed, Antonio 




125 


Schneider, Karl 


80, 150 


Reed, Iran 




125 


Schunk, Marjorie 


150 


Reed, James 




125 


Schwartz, Aaron 


67 


Reed, LaDonna 




113 


Scoggins, Nicole 


92, 103 


Reed, Michelle 




136 


Scott, Charles 


137 


Reed, Patrick 




47 


Scott, Gary 


137 


Reed, Shannon 




113 


Scott, Geneva 


137 


Reeder, Tracy 




125 


Scott, Karlisa 


86, 113 


Reese, Gregory Todd 


26,68 


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Scott, Kevin 


137 


74, 78, 103 






Scott, Rex 


13 


Reeves, Donald 


27, 82, 


125 


Scott, Shaunda 


77, 106, 113 


Reeves, Donnie 




142 


Scott, Stuart 


104 


Reeves, Lisa 




16 


Scruggs, Bernadette 16 


35,53, 113 


Reid, Alicia 




125 


Sears, Audrey 


137 


Reid, Crystal 27 


78, 123, 


125 


Sexton, Arthur 


104 


Re villa. Juan 




113 


Seying, Elizabeth 9, 13 


25, 98, 104 



Seying, Litded 13, 43, 80, 1 13 

Shackelford, Steven 137 

Shaw, Kristin 126 

Shaw, Larry 137 

Shelton, Andrew 137 

Shelton, Debora 126 

Shelton, Jonathan 126 

Shelton, Mlchele 137 

Shepherd, LaShawna 64 

Shepherd, Sharon 126 

Sherrill, Joanna 53, 126 

Shields, Rickie 126 
Shinlever, Fred 80, 91, 142 

Shirley, Carmen 61 

Shock, Richard 150 

Shonk, Joseph 126 

Short, Angela 137 

Shropshire , LaDonna 113 

Shupinsky, Jennifer 126 

Simmons, Earnest 137 

Simmons, Edwin 104 

Simmons, Robert 126 

Simonton, Robert 126 

Simpson, Katina 126 

Singleton , Antonia 113 

Sizemore, Lisa 98, 104 
Sizemore, Tina 53, 77, 126 

Skirvin, Monty 104 

Skirvin, Sheila 137 
Slack, Dountonia 59, 80, 84, 137 

Slaughter, Jerry 126 

Sledge, Shonita 126 

Slover, Michael 42 

Smiley, Angela 137 

Smith, Anthony 126 

Smith, April 126 

Smith, Carmen 137 

Smith, Carol 150 

Smith. Carrie 137 

Smith, Curtis 126, 137 

Smith, Dajuan 137 

Smith , Deboarre 86,113 

Smith, Jason 104 

Smith, John 134, 137 

Smith, Joyce 126 

Smith, Keisha 114 

Smith, Kenly 126 

Smith, Komika 137 

Smith, Linda 114 

Smith, Michelle 64 

Smith, Mildred 150 

Smith , Monica 114 

Smith, Olon 137 

Smith, Patricia 137 

Smith, Rachel 135, 137 

Smith, Robert 150 

Smith, Ronald 104 

Smith, Scott 126 

Smith, Shana 92 

Smith, Shauna 91,114 

Smith, Steven 150 

Smith, Timothy 137 

Smith, Tonica 59, 137 

Smith , Tyrone 114 

Smith, Urlanda 114 

Smith, Wesley 90 

Smock, Earl 137 
Smothers, James 95, 96, 137 

Snow, Anthony 126 

Snowden, Ernest 150 

Snowden, Rebecca 114 

Snyder, Nichol 114 

Soendlin, Richard 29, 150 

Sommers, Lor a 137 

Sorensen, Erik 137 

Sosa, Harry 126 

Sosbe, David 114 

Sosbe, Stacy 137 

Sparks, Chasity 137 

Sparks, Joshua 137 

Sparks, Michael 137 

Spaulding, Linda 150 
Spear, Melodie 90, 91, 142 

Spear. Melodl 126 

Spears, James 150 

Spears, Mary 126 

Speed, Tommie 137 

Spencer, Garry 138 

Spencer, Lacoyla 126, 142 

Spencer, Leon 126 

Spencer, Sean 138 

Spencer, Terry 138 

Spencer, Tyson 18,114 



Spicer, Kenny 
Spicer, Kristopher 
Spicer, Rachel 
Spillane, Donald 
Spivey, Hope 
Spivey, Tammy 
Springer, Keisha 
Springer, Shannon 
Spurr, Bryan 
Spurr, Tracy 
Stafford, Terri 
Stahl, Michelle 
Stalllngs, Jamie 
Stamps, Randy 
Standfield, Darcy 
Stanfield, Darcy 
Stanford, Eric 
Stanley, Michael 
Stanley. Mike 
StansberTy, Jason 
Stansfield, D arcy 
Staples, Qulntina 
Starkes, Wendell 
Starkey, April 
Staten, Dawn 
Staten, Dion 
Steele, Eric 
Steele, Rosalind 
Sterrett, Chandra 
Steve, Joe 
Stevens, Beth 
Stevens, Pat 
Stevens, Patrick 
Stevens, Stephanie 
Stevenson, Joyce 
Stevenson, Mitchell 
Stevenson, Nicole 
Stewart, Alonda 
Stewart, Christopher 
Stewart, Danyall 
Stewart, Dyrell 
Stewart, Kenya 
Stewart, Lataaha R 
Stewart, Marcus 
Stewart, Paul 
Stewart, Robert 
Stewart, Sabrina 
Stewart, Shelly 
Stewart, Tina 
Stewart, Trellis 
Stewart, Wanda 
Stewart. Wilma 30, 77, 
Stinson, Chasity 
S tin son, Lucinda 
Stinson, Regina 
Stockard, Robert 
Stockman, Ann 
Stokes, Catherine 
Stoller, Benny 61,67, 
Stoller, Pablo 
Stout, Dorothy 
Stowers, Angela 
Strait, Christine 
Streets, Michael 
Strodtman, Elizabeth 



Strough, Anita 
Strubbe, Scott 
Stuckey, Matthew 
Sturghiss, Corey 
Suiters, Harry 
Sultzer, Yvette 
Sulver, Dawn 
Sutton, Shawn 
Swanson, Matthew 
Swartz, Robert 
Swenson, Hermit 
Swinford, Doyne 
Swise, Lynette 
Swise, Lynnette 
Sykes, Diana 



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21, 51, 79 

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15C 
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86 
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114 



T 



Tapp, Theresa 


114 


Tardy, Marvin 


56, 126 


Tardy, Mildred 


114 


Tate, Marie 


114 


Tate, William 


138 


Taylor, Alexander 


114 


Taylor, Anjeanette 


138 


Taylor, Chris 


59, 126 


Taylor, Claude 


138 



Taylor, David 




136 


Tyson, Latashia 




139 


Watson, Henry 




115 


Taylor. Ellen 43. 77, 82 


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Watson, Melinda 




127 


104. 142. 143 






T T 






Watson, Melvin 




139 


Taylor, Evergreen 




104 


1 J 






Watts, Lelana 




127 


Taylor, Karl 


61 


114 


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Weathers, Amber 




105 


Taylor, Keith 
Taylor, Ken 
Taylor, Kenyan 
Taylor, Kenya 




56 
126 
126 

138 


Uhlenhake, Donna 151 
Underwood, Brian 139 
Upshaw, Denise 64, 66, 67, 97 


Webb, Ralph 
Webb, Tanika 
Webster, Rae Vena 
Wegner, Carolyn 




151 
139 
115 
151 


Taylor, Pamela 




126 








Wehr, Perry 




127 


Taylor, Terri 




104 


T T 






Wehrle, Theresa 


68,69, 7 :■ 


Teague, Darrick 




114 


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Weilhamer, Barbara 




151 


Tener, Donald 




126 


v 






Weir, Katrina 


43, 77, 98 


105 


Tepner, Dina 
Terry, Raymond 


138 
81, 82, 83 


Van Wye. Eric 
Vance, Jason 


61 
82 83 


Welcher, Adam 
Wells, Dida 




81 

115 


Thacker, Jennifer 




138 


VanCleave, Curtis 




139 


Wells, Roslland 




78 


Thacker, Thomas 




126 


VanCleave, Michael 




115 


Wendling, David 




115 


Thatcher, Jeffrey 




126 


Vandal, Brenda 




139 


Wenzlaff , Jonathan 




105 


Thomas, Donado 


34 


126 


Vandivier, Stella 




151 


Wesley. Malinda 




36 


Thomas, Linda 


27, 73 


138 


Vang, Mai Xla 77, 90, < 


?1, 106, 


115, 


Wesley, Misty 




139 


Thomas, Marcus 


56 


126 


139, 142, 143 






West, Angel 




127 


Thomas, Rochell 


13, 77 


104 


Vang, Tou 
Vang, Xeng 
VanNess, Sandra 


77, 106 


115 


West, Dorothy 




127 


Thomas, Tamara 




138 




139 
151 


West, Ernestine 




127 


Thomas, Toni 




104 




Wetter, David 




139 


Thomas, Zuleka 




92 


Vanover, Anita 




139 


Whaley, Yvette 




115 


Thompson, Amy 




126 


Van Wye, Holly 
Vasquez, Pablo 
Vasquez, Valentin 
Venerable, Prentiss 




127 


Whalin, Ward 




151 


Thompson, Brian 




114 




16 


Wheeler, William 




151 


Thompson, Julia 




151 




127 


Whitaker, Lisa 




105 


Thompson, Nicole 




126 




127 


Whitaker, Monica 


40 


115 


Thompson, Zipphona 




94 


Vessely, Sara 
Vessely, Thomas 
Voorheis, Leslie 




139 


White, Carta 


134 


139 


Thompson, Zipporah 




138 


57 


139 


White, Catherine 




115 


Thompson, Zuleika 




104 


85 


115 


White, Celeste 


19, 77 


105 


Thornburgh, Kimberly 




138 








White, Christy 




94 


Thurman, Monica 




114 








White, Greg 




61 


Thurman, Stephanie 


114 


142 


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White, India 




36 


Tibbs, Stanley 




126 


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White, Lee 




79 


Tiggs, Tamu 




138 


V V 






White, Patricia 




127 


Tigner, Patrick 




126 


Wade, Everett 


57 


139 


White, Thomas 




127 


Til Icy, Amy 




138 


Wadud, Hadiah 




127 


White, Tonya 




139 


Tinson, Nicole 




86 


Wagner, Bobby 




139 


White, William 




151 


Tobin, Ronnetta 


72,73 


126 


Wagner, Frederick 




139 


Whi tenia n, James 




139 


Todd, Marti 




126 


Wakefield, Yolana 




127 


Whiteman, Matthew 




127 


Toliver, Carl 




138 


Walker, Amy 




127 


Whiteside, Karen 




115 


To ml in son. Mary Ann 




151 


Walker, Billy 




139 


Whitfield, Angella 


18 


115 


Toney, Linda 




138 


Walker, Claybron 




115 


Whyde, Charles 




127 


Tooley, Shawnita 




114 


Walker, Daniel 




104 


Whyde, Leah 




105 


Totton, Michael 




126 


Walker, Hallie 




104 


Wickline, Shannon 




115 


Townsend, Hoshea 




139 


Walker, James 




139 


Wilber, Nina 




139 


Tran, Chieu 


36 


127 


Walker, Kevin 




115 


Wilburn, Denise 




115 


Tran, Ninh 




127 


Walker, Tamatha 




139 


Wilburn, Rhonda 




127 


Traxler, Marlon 




127 


Wall, Christopher 




115 


Wildrick, Jennifer 




127 


Traxler, Regina 




114 


Wall, Denel 68 


, 81, 97 


139 


Wilhite, Anthony 




115 


Tresslar, Cecil 




151 


Wall, Jason 




139 


Wilhite, Dawn 


73 


114 


Trinkle, Keith 




97 


Wallace, Don 




115 


Wilkerson, Michael 




115 


Triplet, Marietta 




127 


Wallace, Michele 


77,98 


104 


Wilkins, Ray 




115 


Trotter, Leann 


91 


114 


Wallace, MicheUe 


43 


115 


Williams, Angela 




105 


Troxell, Gina 




127 


Wallace, Tallsha 




115 


Williams, Angel 




86 


Truitt, Love 


81 


114 


Ward, Charles 




127 


Williams, Annisha 




127 


Tschan, Patricia 




127 


Ward, David 


16, 67, 97 


Williams, Anthony 




140 


Tumblin, Craig 




127 


Ward, Greg 


69, 70, 71 


Williams, Brand! 




140 


Tunstall, Yolanda 


27, 130 


139 


Ward, Leon 




139 


Williams. Brian 


5, 67, 79, 80 


Tunstill, Treva 




127 


Ware, Kristi 




139 


Williams, Camilla 




140 


Turentine, Mack 




97 


Ware, Lee 




96 


Williams, Christina 


82,83 


, 127 


Turentine, Trade 




139 


Warman, James 




139 


Williams, Craig 




127 


Turk, Jessica 




127 


Warner, Larry 




139 


Williams, Danita 




34 


Turner, Charles 




127 


Warner, Rosemary 




127 


Williams, David 




127 


Turner, Gregory 


80 


127 


Warren, Thomas 


91 


115 


Williams, Denita 




127 


Turner, Juanita 




127 


Washington, Anthony 




115 


Williams, Gregory 


56 


140 


Turner, Leslie 18 


19,59 


115 


Washington, Emmagee 




151 


Williams, Marty 


79 


140 


Turner, Regina 




127 


Washington, Shawn 




115 


Williams, Melody 




115 


Turner, Terry 




139 


Washington, Tina 




127 


Williams, Michael 




93 


Tuttle, Allen 


63 


139 


Watkins, Angela 




115 


Williams, Robert 




140 


Turtle, Tim 




61 


Watkins, Kevin 




139 


Williams, Ronii 




115 


Tyner, Jeffery 




127 


Watkins, Tamara 




139 


Williams, Sean 


25,77 


105 



Williams, Tawanna 


115, 


127 


Williams, Vanessa 




78 


Williamson, John 


61 


, 67 


Williamson, Wesley 




127 


Willis, Neris 




144 


Willis, Yolanda 


58, 


114 


Willsey, Stephanie 


59, 68, 


140 


Wilson, Allen 




96 


Wilson, Anna 




127 


Wilson, Barbara 




105 


Wilson, Chris 




39 


Wilson, Christopher 




140 


Wilson, Elizabeth 




151 


Wilson, Felicia 




127 


Wilson, Frank 




127 


Wilson, Jennifer 




68 


Wilson, Kyana 




127 


Wilson, Lushawn 




140 


Wilson, Reuben 




127 


Wilson, Shawn 




127 


Wilson, Siwatu 


127, 


142 


Wilson, Tamara 




127 


Wilson, Tonia 




140 


Wincel, Kenneth 




127 


Winn, Dwayne 


29,97 


140 


Wisdom, Tracee 


59, 73 


140 


Wise, Harold 




151 


Withers, Tabatha 




140 


Witherspoon, Jock 




140 


Wit her spoon, Teon 




127 


Woempner, Patricia 




127 


Wolfe, Chris 




81 


Wolgamott, Angela 




115 


Wood, Anya 




86 


Wood, Larry 




140 


Woodard, Aisha 


73 


127 


Woodard, Robert 


61 


151 


Woodford, John 


94, 95, 96 


105 


Woodford, Michael 




127 


Woods, Detra 


9,92 


105 


Woods, Lesisley 




140 


Woods, Marcus 




140 


Woods, Marilyn 




144 


Woods, Ronald 


115 


127 


Woolard, Lester 




151 


Wright, Ethel 




151 


Wright, Wendi 




140 


Wynn, Carta 




140 



Y 



Yant, Christina 

Yant, Kira 

Yarbro, Shonra 

Yarbrough, Chariese 

York, Erin 29, 77, 98, 

Young, Belinda 

Young, Benny 

Young, James 

Young, John F 

Young, Nathanial 

Young, Theresa 

Youngkin, Osa 



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115 
127 
105 
105 
127 
140 
127 
140 
127 
127 
115 




Sometimes being a fan m the stands was a lonely business, but Tamyra Anderson cheers her Titans. 




Shanda Bonner uses the telephone to make the Homerooms meant special times for each class. Seniors had theirs In the cafeteria area so they could 

"must" call. The Arsenal phones were always co-ordinate events. 

busy. 



158 / Closing 




Is this a spirit car or what} Tech's students had many successes to cheer about this year. Balloons were popular fundraisers. 




"The Island," — that Tech campus gathering place for students Around 8 
a.m. each morning students congregated to socialize before getting to 
classes. At the top of the Island Is "Freshman Hill" where Tech frosh learn 



about the campus by getting rolled down that hill. The flowering trees, the 
handy places to sit, the friendly company — that's "The Island." 



Closing / 159 



CoMMDH, £taff 



Editor-ln Chief . . . Marcla Jurgesmeyer 
Artist . . . Kvra Brown 
Staff . . . Matt Klrby, Todd Reese, Tammy 
Anderson, Brodey Mllbum, Elizabeth Me- 
dina, Stacey Ortiz, Angela Jones, Becky 
Jeremiah, Esther Powell, Lisa Hopson, 
Connie Nichols, Dawn Herring, Crystal 
Reld, Carrie Rlgdon, Janet Bryant, Chan- 
dra Sterrett, Eddie Hubbard, Mark Davis, 
David Ward, April Davis, Christi Morse, 
Michelle Holiday, Jennifer Lucas, Jennifer 
Wildrtck, Klmberly Duncan, Robin Alva- 
rado, Tamyra Anderson, Richard Asher, 
Christina Averitte, Amy Baker, Lisa Baker, 
Elizabeth Bailey, Lashon Barlow, Dawn 
Beltrami, Kim Berry, Angel Blakey, Diane 
Bolden, Brian Brown, Stephanie Brown, 
Melvln Bullock, Jerome Bush, Joann But- 
ler, Leander Carter, Jerry Cook, Shalanda 
Cook, Patricia Conley, Regina Courtney, 
Angel D'Arcy, Nathan Davis, Stephan Da- 
vis, Elizabeth Duncan, Kristy Finnell, Ra- 
chel Fttzwater, Kelly Floyd, Andrea Gar- 
rett, Randy Gee, Katina Graham, Larry 
Griggs, Garrick Hall, Cynthia Hansford, 
Terri Hansford, Mikel Hatcher, Tysha Har- 
dy, Delores Hart, Tim Hazelrlgg, Heather 
Hillenburg, Lisa Holt, Brian Hooplngarner, 
Slderick Hyche, James Jones, Velvet 
Jones, Wanda Jones, Stephanie Kldd, Ju- 
lie Leisure, Christina Lippard, Leandro 
Manclllas, Sandra Miller, Charles Martin, 
James Lomax, Kim Mason, Chastity 
Meyer, Kerry Mundy, Kevin Mundy, Jason 
Meyer, Dennis Maxey, Chris Myers, 
Lashawn Nance, Cassandra Newsom, An- 
gela Norman, Jennifer Odum, Tim Oliver, 
Angela Owens, Tina Owens, Kim Pate, An- 
gela Phillips, William Ptckard, Don Pleper, 
Justine Quigley, Felecta Qutnn, Keith 
Rapp, Michelle Reed, Donald Reeves, 
Maribel Reyna, Janetta Rhodes, Dana 
Rlggs, Tommy Roper, Ann Ross, Eric 
Sadler, Paul Sage, Chris Savage, Mike 
Scahlll, Bemadette Scruggs, Tonla Slack, 
Jason SMlth, Eric Sorenson, Michael 
Sparks, Tonya Soto, Darcy Stanfield, 
Linda Thomas, Tonl Thomas, Eric 
Thurman, Julie Wagers, Angela Watkins, 
Jonathan Wenzlaff, Jeff Wilson. 




Volume 75 of the ARSENAL 
CANNON used the theme of 
TECH Times throughout its 160 
pages. Copies of the books were 
produced by Newsfoto Publish- 
ing Company using 80 lb. enam- 
el paper and offset lithography. 

All body copy is in 12 point 
Souvenir type. Captions are 8 
point Souvenir Bold Italic. Panels 
are 8 point Souvenir. Index is 6 
point Souvenir. Headlines varied 
in size but were Jefferson Script 
type. Newsfoto's TypeVision, 



PageVision, and IndexVision 
software packages for the IBM 
were used to produce the year- 
book. 

Root Photography of 1131 
West Sheridan Road in Chica- 
go, Illinois, was the senior pho- 
tographer. Inter-State Studio of 
Sedalia, Missouri, was the un- 
derclass photographer. 

Special thanks go to year- 
book representative Dick Ken- 
nard, David Russell, and How- 
ard Catt for their assistance. 



160 / Closing