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Page 6 text:
This is the last year that Ann Arbor High School will exist as such. Next
year it will become Pioneer High, and the new Huron High will become
Ann Arbor's second high school. In presenting this yearbook, we thought it
appropriate to recapture some of the earlier activities of Ann Arbor High,
in addition to providing a permanent record of this year. We found the
experience to be both entertaining and enlightening, and we hope you will
enjoy it with us. Sights and sounds of the future are here, too, as the
Huron High School teams fight valiantly for their school, backed by
enthusiastic supporters from both schools. And so we give you the 1968
Omega: remnants of the past, your record of the present, and a glimpse
of the future, to aid in making our total endeavor more meaningful.
Nancy Craik, Editor-in-Chief
Barbara Burnes, Business Manager
Maggie Pittman, Art Editor
Margaret Otto, Senior Editor
Deborah Bailey, Faculty Editor
Ted Carman, Curriculum Editor
Ann Roth and Chris Cares, Organizations Editors
Rowe Lee and jon Wilson, Undergraduate Editors
Scott Oliver, Sports Editor
Kathy Schurz, Activities Editor
Walter Hill, Index Editor
Hank Schoch, Proofreader
jeff Serme and Matt Lampe, Photography Coordinators
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ANN ARBOR HIGH SCHOOL
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
A member of the Michigan Interscholastic Press Associatzon
and the Columbia Scholastic Press Association
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The Omega staff wishes to dedicate the 1968 yearbook to the last and finest
graduating class of Ann Arbor High School. The class of '68 has upheld not only
the fine academic standards set by previous graduating classes, but also has sur-
passed them in many ways. There were twelve Ann Arbor seniors in the top 92 in
the state in the Michigan Math Prize Competition. There were five in the top 300
in the nation in the VVestinghouse Science Talent Search, and one in the top forty.
There were four winners in the tenth annual National Council of Teachers of
English Awards program.
The Class of '68 was not only intellectual in its activities, but also had a great
class spirit. In three years at Ann Arbor High they won the purple jug twice-in
their sophomore and senior years-showing spirit both coming in and going out.
Senior VVeek was the result of a special committee in the Executive Board formed
to help people get better acquainted. The Senior Class sponsored the Senior Ban-
quet, the Senior Prom and the Senior Talent Show, and a variety of other functions.
Omega extends its congratulations to the 1968 graduates.
"VVhere's the class of ,68?',
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