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Page 100 text:
follow the bouncing ball
This was evident in the club's fine performance at this year's MSAA tour
The club met on Monday and Wednesday in the cafeteria They were le
returning coach, Mr. Treat, and their elected officers. These included Presid
Veillette. Vice President Rob Nani, Secretary Mark Tomboulian and Treas
Dover. All the students involved enjoyed themselves thoroughly in this
The table tennis team was back for their fifth season with plenty of goc
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Page 99 text:
I ve got the whole
Steve concentrates on a strike,
You mean I only got a 48 average7?!"
A new organization was fornted this
year that had striking success- the
Bowling club. Mrs. Harris sponsored the
club this year, and saw to it that all the
kids participating worked hard and had
fun at the same time.
This year's officers were: President
Steve Veillette. Secretary Laurie White.
and Treasurer Bill Even. These students
as well as the remaining competitiors.
met every Tuesday after school at the
North Hill Lanes.
A bowling tournament was held at
Birmingham Bowl on March I4. The top
five boys and the top five girls in the club
made a good showing there.
"Oh no. my fingers are stuck'
Page 101 text:
peles of the future
A sport that grew in popularity at Adams, as well as across the country
this year was Soccer. Participation was good as the Soccer Club had nearly
thirty regular members. Mr. Pazevic, the sponsor had help from President,
Jeff Tombouliam Vice President, Randy Scherer: Treasurer, Aram Kabodian:
and Secretary. Alan Jackson.
The club practiced two and a half hours after school, three days a week.
This time was spent drilling old and new fundamentals, and using what was
learned by splitting up into two teams and playing a game. They also played
well against neighboring schools in non-league scrimmages. It is the hope
of Mr. Pazevic, the club members and the administration that in the I978-79
school year these scrimmages be halted, and Soccer become the next varsity
sport at Adams.
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