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Page 98 text:
gold dusters -
full of spirit
There was a change this year for the
Gold Dusters. Instead of performing during
halftime at basketball games they were seen
at our football games.
The team practiced on Monday.
Wednesday and Thursday for two hours
each day after school. The sponsor of the
Gold Dusters was Mrs. Allison. Captain
Cyndi Buchholz, First Lieutenant Theresa
Schell and Second Lieutenant Jeanette
Meuller helped with the planning of each
show that was performed.
The Gold Dusters went to competition
at Rochester High and also participated in
the national contest, "Miss Halftime U.S.A."
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Page 97 text:
The main purpose of the Debate
team was to promote clear thinking,
analyze public speaking techniques and
provide the opportunity to work
cooperatively with the other serious
The squad participated in three
debate leagues and the state tour-
naments. These tournaments were
against The Middle Macomb League.
The South Eastern Michigan Novice
League, and the MSAA. With the help of
sponsor Mr. Freeman, the squad proved
that debate was something to talk about.
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'
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