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Page 154 text:
THE"'PEPPY" ONES . . . Pep Club represent-
atives: Cl to rj Cindy Sterling, president,
Nancy Heath, Judy Davidson, Kathy
O'Connor, and Anne Smith.
Pep Club, Cheerleaders
Spark School Spirit
A.H. QUARTET . . . Varsity cheerleaders, Cl to rj Patti Soder-
burg, Cindy Sterling, Cheri Dowell and Cseatedj Linda
Rushworth, pose atop "Mighty Midge".
R Y '
CHEERING THE "I-IIGHLANDERSN . . . Bee Team cheer-
leaders: fl to rj Mary Dalton, Chris Soderburg, Darlene
Clementi and Ckneelingj Marcia Winnen.
Who has put spirit into a group at a
game? Who has changed an unorgan-
ized group of students into a single
cheering unit? Who has put the
sparks of life into the spectators
at volleyball, basketball and softball
games? Alverno's varsity and Bee
Page 153 text:
There is no league trophy for Alver-
no's 1966 basketball season. Each
member of' the varsity team, however,
according to the Alverno' students,
deserves a trophy. Throughout the
season, which carried three losses
against Queen of Angels, Sacred
Heart and Bishop Amat, the Student
Body exhibited enthusiasm forthe
hard working Highlanders. The loss-
es were balanced when, with only
half of the team present, the High-
landers defeated Pomona Catholic.
AND THEN THERE ARE THE 'B's"'...Basketba11 "B" team:
standing C1 to rj Pat Chase, Bev Archer, Elaine Ferrari,
Terry Morrow, Carmen Torres, Mary Bullard, Sue Cousin-
eau seated,'Joa.n Duff, Rosie Liberto, Betty Nader and Rosie
"TOO LATE!"...Gua.rds, Donna Edwards,
Carolyn Chase 1123 and Angie Profet ca.n't
keep out a forward as she tries for two
KEEP 'EM OUT...Guard, Pat Fisher, blocks
Bishop Ama.t's forward as she tries for a pass.
Page 155 text:
Tennis Enthusiasts Join PACA League
"LAY YOUR PALM ACROSSJ' . . . Tani Peckham Ccenterj
gives tennis lessons to C1 to rj Kathy Peckham, Kris Albade
and Linda Rushworth.
In answer to the classic call of
"tennis anyone?", many Alverno stu-
dents respond With enthusiasm. With
instructions from Mr. Lin Shampine,
the girls participated in tournaments
and the interschool tennis matches,
sponsored by the PACA League.
Sister M. Helen advises the Pep
Council, which is composed of fresh-
man, sophomore, junior and senior
representatives. The Council pro-
motes enthusiasm for Alverno's
volleyball, basketball, and soft-
ball, and it sponsors pep rallies and
posters announcing the coming
"TENNIS, ANYONE?" . . . A1verno's
tennis instructor, Mr, Lin Shampine
looks for a match.
"YOU CALL . . ." . . . Tennis players, Cathy
Poore, Marsha Wishart, Cammy Lynch and
Harriet Higgins, choose sid es for a match.
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