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Y 11 A. 7A Ae ۳ —ÀM — — a — —— e Wm — ————— —rü— Si E | SOPHOMORE CHORUS. Front: Sherri Sydnes, Cindy Gammon, Grace Love, Patty Trcka, Karen Binkley, Susan Liming, Jill Lundquist, Wendy | Rogers, Tracy Rood, Rene Marion, Carolyn ۱ Dougherty, Tacy Phillips, Stephanie Wood, Heidi d Songer. | second: Susan Osterman, Sue Boney, Nancy Olson, Leann James, Brenda Roe, Linda Johnson, Kathy Third: Brenda Roe, Linda Johnson, Martha Nissen, Christie Clark, Sandy Humphrey on piano. Below: SERIOUS NOTE. Shelly Owens and Kim Howley concentrate on a new piece of music. Smithson, Karen Applequist, Beth Bunker, Mary Furman, Christie Clark, Jeanne Healy. Third: Peter McC oy, Stewart Jackson, Paul Frederiksen, Tom Thornton, Donald Dobell, Charles Jones, David Lees, Steve Holland, Kevin Layton, Janna Derby, Marsha Danofsky, Jayne Poffenberger, Marcia Ulrichson, Peter Banitt. y Jeanne Healy.
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7 TOOLS 6 18' from D.MS: Enter: Sin: Enter: 10 + and he had it. A student found the sin of 6°18’ without looking at a single table! Students found that with each succeeding year, problems like these were made easier and easier with calculating devices of greater capabilities. Many math courses allowed calculators to some extent. These helped students accomplish their work many times faster than without. The Math IMC provided various models, most of which had only the basic arithmetic keys. One however, had the trigonometric and moadic functions. For those who needed extra practice and skill in division or multiplication, the Classmate 88 was made available. In this program a student could have problems generated for him to answer. It also kept track of the user's score—obtained from his right or wrong answer. One user, Dave Whattoff stated, ‘‘It’s a little bit of a challenge, but not too tough, and even a little interesting.” In an age of electronic technology, computers are playing a greater role in schools. ‘‘To learn how to organize data, put it in a usable form, and get a broad background into computers,’’ was Eric Oleson's reason for taking computer science. This course was the best method offered at AHS for students to gain this background. To many students this seemed a ‘‘very interesting course” as Janet McNulty explained. One junior took the class to ''see what that computer can do, and play Star Trek.” Top: HEAVY THOUGHT. The dark recesses of junior Tom Carlson's mind are stimulated by a complex problem. Left: FORMULATES ANSWER. The Classmate 88 awaits the response of sophomore Gus Bro. Mathematics 57
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Š inset: HARMONIZING. Ann Trenkle, Beth Herriott and Cathy Christopher practice b diligently ew 0 EN . - E » ` - ۱ ? A سے e A توح " 4 ۱ d - My J ۲ » 2 سب 2 ۱ 1 سم A مس سے ے9 ۱ " D - pL و ۔ o a ER ۳ MADRIGAL. Ann Trenkle, April Abbott, Ann Moore, Marilyn Dunham. Kathy Smithson, Susan Osterman, Shelly Owens, Wendy Harris, Kelly Rinebarger, Paul Griffen, Charles Jones, David Lees, Tom Smithson, William Brearly. NIGHT NOTE A variety of concerts were put on this year by numerous choirs in places other than the typical Ames High auditorium. [he Swing Choir helped spread the Christmas cheer to people residing at Riverside Manor and North Grand Care Center by singing soine traditional all time favorites. One song was accompanied by a dance which added to the unique performance. Greg Gerstein commented, ''| thought that most of the people really enjoyed it.” The A Capella Choir brought some Christmas spirit to the halls of Ames High. Their carols resounded throughout the halls and were accompanied by various classrooms along the way. The Choir teamed up with the Concert Band and Orchestra for their annual Christmas Concert. The Elks Club was the location for a fund raising concert. These funds were made in preparation for the Choir's five-dayspring tour. This tour included visits to various high schools throughout lowa; a stop in St. Louis was also planned. The A Capella Choir, which consisted of juniors and seniors, held practices every morning during first period. Referring to these early morning sessions, Shelly Nims said, ۱ like to start my mornings off on the right note.” Choir 59
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