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ROW I llefl fo righll: L, Jones, M. Wehmeier, A. Perlman, J. Funk, V. Kelsey, S. Scorf, M. Pendlefon, B.
Sadler, P. Underhill, J. Giguiere' B. Collon. ROW 2: S. Hamlin, K. Barllell, J. Parfland, M. Palmer, J.
Hoedel, Pub. Chm. M. Rambo, Sec. M. Bryanl, Pres. D. Freeman, Prog. Chm. K. Brown, K. Barnum, S.
Jaques, K. Anderson, L. Kilbourn, L. Parshall, S. Srephens, 6. Bafchelder. ROW 3: S, Weisberg, S. AI-
brighf, L. Behencourf, P. Tharsing, W. Rebscher, D. Campbell, J. Clark, S. Glolfelfy, B. Jelleff, Y. McCall,
D. Olberg, P. Myers, E. Kley, D. Franizich, M. Nipkow, C. Crosby. ROW 4: T, Hefle, J. lsmail, A. Anaclerio,
L. Buchanan, C. Laleana, S. Schneider, J, Fredman, V. Laveui, A. Lynn, K. Lund, B. Johanson. ROW 5: D.
Tessler, K. Wayland, B. Piazza, R. Hermann, C. Ferry, E. Gogsfad, D. Godel, J. Church, S. Macduff. ROW
6: J. Poullcn, J. Hosford, S. Adair, L. Van Ummersen.
ROW l llefl Yo righll: J, Murphy, S. Delancey, C. O'Lea'v, L. Wadsworfh, P. Martino, C. Morrill, S. Barr,
S. Bleiler, C. Wood, V. Rebscher. ROW 2: D, Johns, S. Thompson, J. Whitehead, B. Robinson, L, Whicher,
B. Hodges, M. Pickering, L. McGaHey, N. Waldman, J, KenneH, S. Jones, E. Steele, C. Roberrs, J. Har-
mon, L. Faqundes. ROW 3: L. Turner, J. Eberle, B, While, N. Noack, D. Peabody, P. Richardson, A. Lorn-
bardo, J. Rechfiene, S. Geandrol, D. Fullerfon, J, Poullon, P. Lee, S. Ferro, C. Rodebaugh, L. Delker, S.
Underwood. ROW 4: L. lnqharn, N. Kunfer, C. Annis, L. Fraumeni, D. Buchanan, D, Cherry, J. Whalen, D.
Q ln oriva n
The American Field Service Clue al
Acalanes is only a parl ol lhe greal
organizalion all over lhe world, yel ir
is one oi lhe largesl clubs in our school.
The purpose ol AFS. is The promolion
ol world peace and beller undersrand-
ing among The youlh ol The world. This
year lhe annual 'lChange lor Exchange
Drive," pur on by hard-worlcing mem-
bers ol lhis club, collecred over 5900,
more 'rhan ever before, ro bring for-
eign exchange sludenls lo Acalanes
again nexl year. As usual 'rhey also senr
lwo lorlunale srudenls lo loreign
counlries during lhe summer.
Wall: logelher, fall: logelher
O' ye peoples of lhe earlh
Then and only lhen
Shall ye have peace . . .
. . . Unknown
Rofh, J. Busch, C, Ansley, S. Cashion, L. Swanson, P. McCardle, P. Mefcalfe, B. Mayfield, R, Perry, L. Gads-
by, J. Miller. ROW 5: 8. Harris, J. Fieminq, G. Anderson, R. Johnslon, N. Holland, B. Roberlson, M.
Thompson, M. Clapp, E, Benson, H. Abboll, M. Hawkins, L. Belaque.
. r. Slalvslnon
Using The slogan, 'Male Democracy
Worlc," lhe Junior Slalesmen ol Amer-
ica has become a siale-wide organiza-
lion. This year's inreresling program
drew many sludenrs. lr helped rrain
lhem in lhe use ol democraric proc-
esses used in +oday's governmenlS bv
debaring and passirg resolurions re-
laring lo every public issue imaginable.
Membership is open is ai: s'udenis
who are inleresled in governmenl and
lavv vvilh no less lhan a l'Bf" average.
Brealhes lhere lhe man wilh soul so
Who never himself halh said,
This is my own, my nalive land . .
. . . Scoll
ROW l lleil lo righrl: C. Echols, Pres. S. Markey, C, Suczek, C. Jones, J. Bacon, M. Clapp, M. Hawkins,
P. McCardle, J. Fredman, Y. McCall. ROW 2: P. Tharsinq, C. Crosby, M. Brafren, G, Bafchelder, J. Rech-
liene, D. Fullerron, J, Poullon, Sec. M. Bales, Prog. Dir. B, Bransfad, D. Olberg, J. Sommer, W. Rebscher.
ROW 3: P. Dein, Pub, Dir. P. Monralbano, B. Williamson, D, Baleslini, J. Morrison, B. Wisner, D. Freeman,
E, Romascan. ROW 4: R. Dielz, P, Anderson, G. Abernalhy, J. Kelly, J. Poulfon, S. Mclnlyre, S. Holland.
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. I va I la 0 n 0 rs
Acalhonors is lhe Second highesi
honor Sociely al Acalane. Peouire-
menls for membership are iive BY of
an A and 'rhree BE. Membership is off
iered lo all members oi C.S.l:. auro-
malically. Acalhonors serves as a
sleppingeslone 'Q higher academic
Knowledgeis power . . .
. . . F. Bacon
ROW l lleff fo righll: R. Kingsley, P. Tharsing, S. Macduff, C. Soulf, M. Bryanl, S. Schneider, P. Underhill,
J. Giguiere. ROW 2: S. Holland, R. Hawk, M. Palmer, D. Rcfh, S. Blaise, S, Barr, J. McKen1.ie, D. Broad-
head, B. Roberlson, G. Lapachef, 6. Abernafhy, J. Kelly. ROW 3: D. Silliphanf, R. Rinne, J. Sfead, D.
Cherry, J. Porler, S. Bleiler, S. Gidley, K. Desch, Y. McCall, J. Sommer, W. Rebscher, J, Fredman. C.
Schwarlz, S. Haley, J. Gueldner. ROW 4: F, Gandel, J. Fleming, G. Garfield, C. Morrill, M. Rambo, M.
Edwards, S. Jordan, C. O'Leary, T. Spragens, S, Thompson. ROW 5: R. Harlman, B. Pedder, J, Allen, M.
McCracken, K. Miller, P. O'Toole, A. Evans, B. Jellelf, J. Parlland, S. Glollelly.
ROW I lleff fo righfl: S. Sfengel, C. Mack, D. Godel, C. Soulf,
Bryanf, P. Tharsing. ROW 2: K. Barflell, Y. McCall, S. Markey, D
S, Thompson, A. Hughes, M. McDowell. ROW 3: K. Emerson, V,
S, Lacy, C. Annis, Treas..B. Perry, Pres. J. Sommer, A. Furguson,
.Paduclc J. Slarn, B, Plaua, R. Hermann, C. Ferry, J. Murphy,
Sec. R. Kingsley, M. Befes, J. Hoedel, M.
. Olberg, D, Rolh, D. Cherry, C. Schwarfz,
Pres. D. Senger, G. Manske, S. Schneider,
E. Fossali, J, Edwards, J. Lulloy. ROW 4:
D. Fullerlon, J. Poullon, D, Franfzich, B.
Clucas. ROW 5: L. Kingsley, L. Swanson, K. Lund, G. Lapachef, D. Broadhead, E. Key, M. Thompson, M.
Lea, K. Lueblreman, L. Parshall, T
The Acalanes Educalion Club is nol
only lor Those inleresiecl in leaching
bul for all lhose who are inlereslecl in
children or any lcind ol worlc where edu-
carion is involved.
ll exhibirs 'rhe wonders of 'reaching
lo members who Hpraclice laughin al
Springhill Grammar School and il
bears wi+ness lo rhe 'lawful lillle
lhings' which leachers musl learn lo
A leacher affecls elernilyz he can
never 'fell where his influence sleeps . ..
. . . H. Adams
Our Edifor? Tall, dark and handsome. Rally round fhe Hula-Hoop Oh. Y05l"l
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Exchange Sluclvnl Viours
The TirsT Thing ThaT surprised me wifn This school was The consTri:cTion, This school
is so spread ouT and I Thinlr iT loolcs much more friendly Than our school wiTh Tour
sTories. AnoTher Thing ThaT I Tind very diTTerenT is ThaT you can choose your si..biecTs.
We are noT able To do ThaT. In Norway we have six years oT high school and in The
TirsT Three years we Talre all required subiecTs lilce English German. maThemaTir,s
physics, chemisTry. eTc. ATTer The Three years we can choose a 'lmaior ll There are
several To choose beTween: naTural science, maThemaTics and physics LaTIn modern
-anguage, and Old Norse. I have chosen modern language Tor my sTudy wiTh Nore
wegian, English. German. and French in special. BUT besides The languages we also
have To sTudy maTh, science. and social sTudies.
I Think Acalanes is much harder Than I ex ecTed The Teachers give more Tesfs
much: The Teachers and lrids
Than They do in Norway. BUT I lilre This school ve-ry
are very Triendly and always willing To help you. The re'aTionship beTween Teacher
and pupil is more inTorrnaI here Than I am used To.
AnoTher Thing ThaT I do lilre wiTh your school is The
To school six days a weelr which can be preTTy Tough
weelc-ends! In Norway we go
The biqness, The beauTy and The wellveguipped Acalanes School as compared
wiTh my school in Indonesia, did noT surprise me aT all.
The Thing which is really amazing To me is The way The school is run, by The Teachers
and The sTudenT, Through sTudenT council Because I never imagined such a coo r-
aTion among sTudenT, Teacher. and parenTs To accomplish a Tremendous job Such
as Taafball games. where The sTudenT parTicipaTes in arousing The school ispiriT,
Teachers as The guides, and parenTs as The TiclceT buyers.
Also The exisTence oT clubs, such as Chess, Bloclr A eTc
All oT These are new To me, and I am sure. ThaT I have learned a oreaT deal
In some respecTs Acalanes is diTTerenT Trom any school. In Indonesia we go To
school six days, and in a year we have sixTeen subiecTs, while in Acalanes only six
subiecTs. In Acalanes, each period The sTudenT moves Trom one class To anoTher
class: This does noT happen in m sch I. Th d
Teacher moves each period,
y oo e sTu enT remains aT class, and The
Muhammed JusuT Ismail
ParTicipaTing in rhe summer exchange program can mean Tun disappoinTmenT
educaTion. or all of These Things. IT depends on The individual. For The person who
is willing To Thinlr a liTTle biT, The experience gained can be invaluable. The oppore
TuniTy To experience new environmenTs. To live and Tall: wiTh people Trom all over
The world and To see and observe diherenf culTures and TradiTions of diTTerenT
naTionaIiTies or even To meeT Americans Tr d'TT T T '
Tor ThaT maTTer, is very challenging.
om i eren pans or our owa coi.nTrv
For some, The experience oT living wiTh a European Tamily and Traveling in a
Toreign counTry will be assimilaTed inTelligenTly. Some will realize ThaT diTTerenT
environmenTs deTermine separaTe culTures. OThers. however will Try To compare The
UniTed STaTes wiTh a European counTry7 This is boTh unrealisTic and unTair. For The
playboy, The summer can be one big blasT. For Thcse who are unhappy wiTh Their
European Tamily andfor are homesiclc, The summer may be a greaT disapp-cinTmenT.
Generalizing abouT The Danes ThaT I meT, I can say ThaT, as a whole, They are a
very proud and cheerTul naTionaliTy. They geT a loT ouT oT liTeq They lrnow when To
worlr and when To play. All in all, I was very impressed wiTh The Danes. They sTruclr
me as being sensible, level-headed people.
are:-'T Too diifererill
The opporTuniTy Tor me Tc :peno a summer in Aosvia vlas a v.crderT'..l ore. IT
was an exciTing and rewarding experience, And as I reTlecT baclr upor my summer
I realize more Than ever iusT how much iT meanT To me.
BeTore my Trio iT was diTTiculT Tor me To believe ThaT The people of A,sTr'
iusT The same as I. In TacT aT Tirs' l was a liTTle disapooinTed ThaT 'hex
fTrenlT Too digerenh only Their cusTon's are diTTererT and 'oday even Treir C '
I hope ThaT in some way I have been able To 7mparT This realizarion Tc The peop e
wiTh whom I have spolcen. To me This is The mosT irrporTanT sTep reward
Someday I hope To go baclr To ThisTed and see mx, Tamily and The Ti-lends I have
Sewage and diTTerenT. ATTer my renrr- home I realized ThaT cTner people have The
same misTalwen ideas as l had. Many people have aslred me iT AusTrfars wererlT
diTTerenT Trom Americans subsTar'Tially diTTerenT and cThers who havenl' spolfen
have been mer'Tally asking The same guesTion. And my answer To all is llNo They
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