Arsenal Technical High School - Arsenal Cannon Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1970
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What's new in the Year of Our Moon 'Ol? With the
landing of American astronauts on the lunar surface
last summer, the whole world is repeating the famous
phrase of Neil Armstrong, "That's a small step for a
man, but a giant leap for mankind."
Only yesterday, men doubted man's ability to con-
quer spaceg today commercial airplanes are starting a
waiting list for lunar tourists. Tomorrow, who knows
what frontiers of earth and space man may conquer
yet? In such a world of new beginnings, many feel the
old times are gone.
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IN THE LIMBO of the Main's fourth floor, an
ancient clock with a tortured second hand takes
its final time-out.
SALLY HARDING SHOWS OFF her extra
huge sun glasses in the morning's bright sun
light. Sally was often seen in her "bug-eyes".
CHERYL LEE and Carolyn Hand show that
oomfort and ease were made available for
girls when culottes appeared on the '70 scene.
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YIPES! STRIPES! Titan's got 'em. Shown
above is just one of the many different kinds
of striped pants worn on Tech's campus.
NEW? WILD? CRAZY? Fashions are about
as far out as outer space. Slave bracelets such
as this one attract attention.
Bold fashions, new look on campu
HAIR, HAIR EVERYWHERE and not a lock in place. Hair is the "in"
thing this year and it's popping out everywhere-not only on the head,
but on the lips and chin as well.
. . . and on the Tech Campus? lVlod pavement
pounders are new, culottes for girls are new land
legalized!! Bells are back-not just tardy bells, but bell
bottom pants. . . bright and bold or plain, with flair
that's conservative or full enough for elephants. Hair
continues to grow . . .
Meanwhile, adjusted perfectly for earth vision, bug-
eye glasses are out of sight! New! New! New! What's
next? Wait and see!
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STEPHANIE IMEL lcenterl and Glenda Arnett undoubtedly censor the
use of scissors on their ever-growing long hair, while Judy Carroll has
given up the struggle. Scissors may apply also to clothing as hemlines
continue to climb.
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characteriz s Tech life
In a world of racial strife, Viet Nam war, LSD, and
Laugh-In, much remains the same as before. The sun
sends its morning rays through the branches of Liberty
Grove. Birds awake as Techites arrive to share a few
moments with friends. At intervals, the ringing of the
bell triggers an onslaught of people, pouring into halls
and walkways-calling 5,000 cheery "hi's" to the
rhythm of moving feet.
The cafeteria becomes a track where everyone prac-
tices the fine art of walking faster than he can run-
driven not so much by hunger as by the desire for lei-
sure time to spend with friends.
A NEW DAY BREAKS on Liberty Grove
and the old familiar routine begins again.
The trees date from World War I.
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"WHAT'S NEW? Where's everyone going
in such a rush? New friends say hi and old
friends leave me. Gee l wish that I could
be a Titan and run like that," a campus
mutt seems to be saying.
NOT NEW BUT ALWAYS TYPICAL, is the
hustle of students as they go to class.
HAVE YOU EVER been in the doorway
when the bell rings? Good luck! Traffic
pours from the Main making headway for
the next critical five minutes.
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IN THE CAFETERIA everything is tongue
in cheek-or is it hamburger? Ask Richard
Gibson: maybe he knows.
APPROPRIATELY HAUNTED BY A STROBE GHOST, the gears of
the old clock groan and echo in the dusky gloom.
A PERFECT SETTING for a ghost story, the tower stairs of the Arsenal
are a little known area on the campus.
What's old i new . . . Arsenal Tower
Those who want a new experience should visit the
oldest spot on the campus. . . Arsenal Tower. Step-
ping from Tech's busy modern halls into the Tower
is like stepping back into the days of castles and
knights. Its cracked and crumbling walls add to the
medieval airp and in the shadowy mist of many flights
of long darkened stairs the eerie feeling of long ago
hangs all around. At the top sit the works ofthe three
ancient clocks. The massive gears now provide the
power to turn the hands that were once stopped. From
this aged alcove we obtain the time that we live by
A RANK OF RUSTY GEARS mesh their cogs and turn the hands of the
three-faced clock. The hundred year old levers help regulate the actions
of the clockwork and increase accuracy.
LOQKING UP THE TOWER STAIRWELL the infrequent visitor
studies the suspension of weights to activate the gears. Renovation two
years ago enabled the clock to catch up with the times.
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X SUNNY WEATHER brings band and art classes outdoors to practice their skills. Herman Rich-
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"IF THlNGS GET IN YOUR WAY-move 'em." This must be the Majorettes' motto as some
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AWED BY lT ALL, Carol Beverly keeps her cool at an-
other Titan football game.
MAJOR ETTES SWING to the call of a summer work-out,
perfecting their routine.
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PULLING TOGETHER yearbook staffers take time out from the book to enjoy a
day at Broad Ripple Park.
And busy times they are! Throughout the school
year our campus buzzes with a vast variety of activities.
Senior roll rooms design floats for the Homecoming.
A botany class hastens to discover the world of plants
at first hand before snow appears. Work progresses on
the 1405 project of the Building Trades Department.
In the Printshop nine male pupils learn to set cold type
by magnetic tape. And a new class, Cashiering, "regis-
ters" with pupils. If the pupil wants it, Tech has it.
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SENIOR HONOR SWEATERS-FRONT ROW: Rex Marshall, Phyllis Reynolds, Robert E. Davis,
Debbie Deckard, Glenda Arnett. SECOND ROW: Robert Gladden, Henrietta Peterman, Carol
Brown, Linda Cook, Donna Miller, Karen Darland. THIRD ROW: Mike Trittipo, Rick Bedwell,
Jerry Laker, James Alstott, Marie Greene, Dorothy Panhorst, Linda Celland. FOURTH ROW: Rob-
ert Kares, Steve Johnson, Marcia Morgan.
Honors, acti it ,dates
keep ' 0 Seniors busy
The great day is upon us! We are seniors-upper
classmen-the priority set of the campus. Our life at
Tech is coming to a close. Just four short years ago,
we were the fumbling freshmen who were dropping
our books and getting lost three fourths of the time.
Gradually, we grew, both physically and mentally,
until now, we are the elite senior class of Tech High
School-the Class of 1970.
"Senior"-ority is something special. It is achieved
through three years of toil and sweat. lt represents
2,790 minutes of underclass roll room, crowned by
achieving senior status. lt is a year of senior activity,
quickening at last in commencement. And suddenly
from this final viewpoint we realize that our years at
Tech have zipped by with dizzying speed.
CHRIS COPELAND models for senior pic-
ture photographer Max Galloway.
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DIANE WRIGHT and Steve Wilson spell out
their homecoming theme.
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BALANCING THEIR MORTAR BOARDS, Melanie Morphew, Andrew Taylor, Margo Ransom, Gene Honeycutt, Marsha Witsman
and Dale Rigglemen find the cap and gown experience a "IeveI-headed" one.
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BLASTINQ OFF to a great start Roll Room 6 was the winner of float competition with "Rocket to PFNSCI U-A BURRUS gives 3 big Smile f0f
the Redskins" for this year's homecoming game. the camera after being crowned Homecoming
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP RIGHT: Marsha
Rae Morgan, Chris McDonald, Debbie Deck-
ard, Dottie Panhorst, Teresa Freeman, Mr.
Richard Allen, Mrs. Patricia Schmalz, James
Smith, Mrs. Anne Swedeen, Justus Decher,
Steve Watts, Jackie Fagan, Judy Sultzer, Mr.
John Wiggins, Cyndi Lewis, Ron Buses, Kim
Anderson, Randy Auble.
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Yesterday, today, tomorrow . . . Four years of living
and learning. . . in snow, slush and ice of winter, in
the lilac fragrance of blossoming spring. And through
it all, Tech, you have been ours. . . our friend.
You are the tears ofan F on grade day, the smiles of
pride in a job well done. . .the friendships remem-
bered. You have given us a few short years of laughter,
learning, and competition. We thank you, Tech. You
are no longera few buildings, and a bell, you are a part
of us-a helper for four years, a reminder for the rest
of our lives, a memory that will never die. '
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heerleaders put pazz z in Titan pirit
The cheerleader spirit campaign is re'
ceiving an enthusiastic welcome from the
student body. Selling booster badges and
booster buttons, the lovelies promoted
school spirit and instilled Tech pride.
Boosting the various athletic groups is
an important job for the cheerleaders. Be-
fore each game they decorate the team
NEITHER RAIN nor cold keeps Mary Jones,
varsity cheerleader, from showing Tech spirit at
sport events for Tech.
RESERVE CHEERLEADER Freida Mindach
helps yell about the strength of the Titans at
reserve and varsity games.
rooms and bulletin boards. Occasionally,
the boys are surprised by a sack of goodies
prepared by the girls.
During the games the cheerleaders must
change a lifeless blob of people into en-
thusiastic Titan fans. They have been re-
paid by the joy of creating zest.
SITTING AMONG THE DEBRIS of one of the
Tech games is Andrea Hunt. Her injury does not
subdue her "go-get-'em" spirit.
Reserve and Varsity participate jointly
during t h e fo o t b a I I season. Reserves
sparked the cheerblock during the basket-
ball season while Varsity led cheers from
the floor. The freshman group, chosen in
mid-fall, participated at freshman basket-
WITH LOTS OF ENTHUSIASM and plenty of
pep, Jenny Corsaro, varsity cheerleader, helps
lead Titan cheers.
STARTING THEIR FIRST year at Tech by backing the freshman Titans, are Freshman Cheerleaders,
Debbie Hartsburg, Toni Corsaro, Mary Mills, Judy Abernathy, and Sylvia Hanneman.
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VARSITY AND RESERVE Cheerleaders salute
the flag at the opening of the Shortridge football
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and Reserve cheerleaders collapse their popular
"THERE MUST BE A WAY . . . " Karen Dar-
land and Susie Cutshaw ponder the problem of
winning more spirit at a home football game.
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DRUIVI IVIAJORS Jim Alstott and Henrietta Peterman step off briskly as
they lead the marching band in the Veterans' Day Parade.
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THE TITAN MARCHING BAND frames the Soldiers and Sailors Monu-
ment as they near the end of a long hard march in the Veterans' Day
Parade. The new uniforms came in the spring.
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Bandsmen, Majorettes feature new togs
MAJORETTES Tina Hart and Ellen Anderson relieve their tensions with some baton-play as the band
prepares line-up before a football game.
THE BAND and majorettes execute a close-
order drill during half time at one of Tech's
home football games.
Earning money for new uniforms was
the biggest goal set by the Band this year.
The uniforms cost about S110 each, over
a hundred were ordered to arrive in time
for the 500 Festival Parade. The biggest
money-making project was the Chatard
game which was declared Band Night.
During November, the band made the
switch from march music to more serious
works. The group played for the Thanks-
Majorettes, too, acquired new uniforms
Appearing at the first home game in their
new silver outfits, the Titanettes this
year, came up with a new idea. Half of the
girls did a dance routine while the rest of
them twirled batons. The groups alter-
nated, injecting more interest into the
half time shows.
DRUM MAJOR Jim Alstott steps out as the
band moves to a new formation.
"THlS IS HOW lT'S DONE!" says Majorette
sponsor Mrs. Donna Sims as she demonstrates a
new routine in after-school practice.
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CHERYL WALSH who joined the Music Department second semester, arrived just in time to coach the girls for some of the vocal events in the
happily introduces herself by singing to the Girls Concert Club. Miss Walsh State Music Contests.
IN A FUN-PACKED PRACTICE SESSION, members of the Girls Concert
Club are busy trying to memorize festival music. For two Saturdays in
January, Tech was host school for the contests.
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AFTER SHEDDING WINTER WOOLENS, and completely unmindful of
the 22 degrees below zero weather outside, the Boys Concert Club members
warm their souls with peppy songs.
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SAXOPHONISTS RANDY WADE, Paul Richardson and Dennis Weeden strive for perfect harmony
during a rehearsal. The 17 piece group enjoyed a growing program of outside engagements.
DON KNORR UNDERSTUDIES THE "MUSIC MAN" for a dance band appearance, coaxing hot and
sweet sounds from the slide trombone.
ln numerous practice sessions, the 53
girls in Concert Club readied for the Christ-
mas program for which they donned their
new green A-line dresses and sang with
other vocal groups.
Earl Shay, new director of the Boys
Concert Club, prepared the 30 boys for a
program to be sung with the Techoir at
Class after school? Sure, if you want to
be in the Dance Band. Under the baton of
director Joseph Bachmeyer, the group re-
hearses after school almost every day. The
17 members enjoyed playing in the "big
band" style which is currently experiencing
In its second year, the band played at
the Senior Parents Reception and the lVlar-
shall High School IVlilitary Ball. Doubling
as the pep band for Tech's basketball games
kept members busy at work, but they
didn't mind the free tickets to games.
EARL SHAY, gives the rhythm a physical inter-
pretation as he coaches the Boys Concert Club
for a program.
Orchestra, handbell make
Strolling in the second floor of the
Cafeteria-lVlusic Building the ninth period,
one is likely to hear the Concert Orchestra
rehearsing. Under the direction of John
White, the orchestra has compiled quite a
repertoire, including a number of over-
tures, fughettas, and symphonies. While
participation is a strenuous job of endless
practice, both individual and group, the
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nation that makes the Handbell Choir a thrilling
end result is an experience. The group
plays for performances at school assem-
blies, open-air concerts, and PTA meetings.
"Versatility" is one of the key words of
the Orchestra. Through the efforts of lVlr.
White, the group has mastered tunes from
all over the world.
If you happen by room 634 sixth per-
iod and hear bells ringing, don't worry,
ABOVE: DING-DONG BELL takes a breather between "Bongs" on a
padded bell table. LEFT: How sweet it is! The music that flows from the
bow of Charles Abernathy during Orchestra practice . . .
you're not doomed to marriage. It is only
the Burt Handbell Choir practicing for a
performance. Directed by lVlrs. J. Loesje
lVlendel, the fourteen members perform for
PTA meetings, chuch services, and din-
ners. The White Chapel English handbells,
donated by lVlrs. Burt LaBerge, came from
England and are valued at 33,000 for the
64 bell set.
THE BURT HANDBELL CHOIR performs for Open House in the Cafeteria, as parents and friends look
JOANETTA CARTER and Rose Bond practice
a difficult passage during orchestra rehearsal.
MAYBE NOT CHIMES, but members of the
handbell choir certainly do ring their bells.
Caught in action, they perform for the Open
House program in the Student Cafeteria.
GIRLS ENSEMBLE MEMBERS Sharon Barlow,
Kris McDonald, Debby Miller, Andi Hunt, Libbi
Michael, Karen Darland, Debbie Kuykendall,
Lydia Strong, and Cindy Lewis in new lace-
trimmed gowns, add a spot of spirit to the Tech
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MRS. J. LOESJE MENDEL gives thoughtful
counsel to Ensemble members.
SHARON BARLOW, Nancy Bottoms, Carla Abell, Susan Beeson, and Linda
Chapman achieve "nice work" as they coordinate rehearsal efforts.
Each year, the Girls Ensemble appears
in new outfits. This year, due to various
delivery troubles, the girls went on a crash
shopping spree, and found several yards of
hunter green velveteen, and a skeen of lace.
While hands and needles flew, the shoe
store, delayed at first, came through with
dyed green shoes and matching purses. So
outfitted, the girls stepped out ready for a
The group was increased to twelve
voices this season, and had the direction
ofa new instructor, Mrs. J. Loesje Mendel.
Stepping out in green Edwardian jackets
and plaid pants with gold shirts and ties to
match, the Boys Octette went swinging
with their singing. Although coordination
is not a requirement for the Octette, it
surely helped this year. The nine members
used flinging arms, flying legs, and all the
tricks of "staging" to get their messages
to the audience. Mr. Earl Shay directed the
boys the first semester, and Mr. Moon led
them the second semester giving the group
excellent opportunity to adopt their new
style. Audience response was encouraging.
LlBBl MICHAEL and Debby Miller give full attention to a new Ensemble
number during a classroom pratice.
SAM PRICE AND JOHN MASTERS blend voices in a Broadway musical
selection which added to the Octette repertoire.
"ALLEY CAT" proved to be an animated number for Karen Darland and
Debbie Kuykendall. Libbi Michael is in the background.
ACCOMPANIED BY PAT FINNIGAN, members of the Boys Octette, Mike
Stanfield, Jim Farrior, and Tom Hickey run through a few choral numbers
in an off-hours practice.
OCTETTE MEN Sam Price, Dave Devitt, and
Paul Wilson gather 'round to lend their animated
efforts to a new Octette number.
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Techoir, Melodayres make joyful sound
The 1969-70 Techoir opened the year
with a bang-and a tape measure. One day
of ardent rehearsal was given up to mea-
sure the seventy-six members. Eighty new
robes were ordered at a cost of S2,023.25.
ln an effort to pay for these, the Techoir
sold candy, tickets to the Chatardfoot-
ball game, and the Techoir Christmas rec-
ord, recorded on November 30.
Christmas brought a new style to tra-
ditional performances. On December 22,
the melodious merchants of music boarded
buses to carol to downtown listeners. The
tour began at the City-County Building,
included WFBIVI on Monument Circle, and
WISH Studios, and ended in Ayres Tea
Room for the annual Techoir Christmas
Caroling at night is a traditional per-
formance of the choir, and December 23
found them bundled up and singing.
Shown on December 25, following a CBS
special, the Christmas program, "From
Our House to Your House", was the cli-
max of the season.
But, the highlight of the year came on
January 18 when the Techoir provided the
chorus for the Indianapolis Symphony.
Stepping out in new outfits, the Nlelo-
daryes performed all around town with
songs ranging in style from contemporary
pieces to 16th century madrigals. The
group, with girls wearing emerald green
and royal blue brocade gowns and boys
in tuxedos, is the only small mixed
ensemble at Tech.
A few memorable performances of the
Melodayres were for the All-City Teachers
Conference at Arlington, Open House,
Indiana BeII's Christmas Party, and the
Christmas program here at Tech. The
group entered the City Vocal Contest
held at Tech. Seven of the Melodaryes
also entered as soloists.
ME LODAYRES REHEARSE sweet music for a
Christmas program. They had a full calendar.
FLANKED BY THE CODE OF CONDUCT as formulated by a student-faculty committee, the Techoir
sings the "Battle Hymn of the Republic" at the annual Thanksgiving assembly while the audience
joins in the chorus.
"WE WISH YOU THE MERRlEST" was a
Techoir Christmas feature taped by Paul Bender.
CAROLING ALL THE WAY, Techoir members
ride the escalators in a downtown department
store amid the Christmas rush.
TECHOIR MEMBERS relax for a bit of by-play during the cutting of their
Christmas record the day after Thanksgiving.
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his annual birthday surprise.
"LlTTLE BLACK TRAIN" proves to be a peppy
Melodayres number of the Open House program
MRS. ANN SWEDEEN shows great enthusiasm
rehearsing her protegees.
HOURS OF DEVOTED PRACTICE result in a
finished Melodayres performance. lFor identifi-
cation of members, refer to page 149i
SAO builds spirit, pride in Tech image
The Student Affairs Organization is
the student government body of Tech.
Under the direction of President Ron
Buses, members of the Executive Board,
and representatives from each roll room,
the SAO took on many projects during
the year. They sponsored the Spirit Cam-
paign, gave a needy family a Thanksgiving
basket, and held an all-school dance. To
help raise money, the SAO manned four
booths at the Mardi Gras and sold booster
badges throughout the basketball season.
Mrs. Martha Turpin and Mrs. Dorothy
Stout provided invaluable advice during
the weekly board meetings in the Student
SOUNDlNG OFF a strong beat, the Beau River Refuge sets the pace for a successful all-school dance
sponsored by the Student Affairs Organization.
A MOMENT OF REFRESHMENT livens a SAO Board Meeting. Terri Freeman, standing, Karen
Darland, Debbi Deckard, Mary Jones.
LAURIE LEWIS enjoys a taffy apple offered at Mardi Gras by SAO. Also
offered by this organization was Whirl-a-Paint.
AS PART OF ITS SPIRIT CAMPAIGN, the SAO presented a meaningful
acrostic. There remained only living up to it.
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DEBBl DECKARD stands ready to retrieve ping-pong balls and reward a
'lucky winner at Mardi Gras.
WANT A CLOSE SHAVE? Business is booming
as an unidentified Mardi Gras participant wields
the razor. FAR LEFT: Y-Teens booth-keepers
spray more shaving cream on balloons.
Groups serve God, community, school
PRAYER CIRCLE MEMBERS Cindy Miller, Mary Dunham, Debbie Whitaker, Clifford Mann, and
Carol Brown contribute their parts to a New Year's food basket for a needy family.
DIANA WRIGHT, Marcia Avery, Fred Luten, Ivan Christensen, and Linda Chapman take a closer look
at the newly acquired picture map of the Tech campus. The mosiac was presented to the school as a
gift of the Class of 1969.
They sit silently for a few moments as
some youth recites a prayer. Methodists
and Catholics both repeat the words in
their minds. No matter what their denom-
ination may be or to what extent their
faith influences their lives, pupils find a
session in Prayer Circle is the best way to
start the day. During the Christmas season,
Prayer Circle members, caroling andvisiting
nursing homes, rediscovered the joy of
Y-Teens helped support the Tech Cheer-
block and the fireworks display at Home-
coming. They also collected toys for needy
children, entertained the elderly, and
helped with contributions for UNICEF.
The Y-Teens made fu n-times of swimming,
parties, slumber parties, and dances.
During the 1969-70 school year, the
Human Relations Committee worked on
three main projects.
They made their annual visit to School
101 to talk informally to 8th graders about
Tech policies, their responsibilities upon
entering Tech, and maintaining the Tech
Way. The council hopes to help guide new
pupils into four fullfilling years.
The main project of the year was the
Students Have Their Week program, in
which all 9th hour classes visited the Forum
in small groups. There they talked about
the problems on the Tech campus and sug-
gested solutions. The project was unique
in that only four adults attended the meet-
ings. They were: Howard Longshore,
principal, Robert Meyer, director of stu-
dent activitiesp and the organization's co-
sponsors Mrs. Sarah Hamer, and Mr. Wil-
Working with the Social Studies De-
partment, the Human Relations Committee
also helped write up the new student code.
FOOD . . . WONDERFUL FOOD-a host of hungry mouths waited at the
French Club Christmas Party.
RONALD HERRON and Mr. Clapp get a pigata ready for the crowd of
customers at Mardi Gras.
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Bell goof up a Santa Claus act.
MEMBERS OF THE SPANISH CLUB assemble
to make a pifiata for Mardi Gras and another for
"BREAK THE PlNATA! Gifts for all!" This melee added merriment to the
Spanish Club party.
SOFT LIGHTS of Christmas provide just the right
atmosphere for an evening of gab and plain old-
fashioned fun for members of the Tech French
Bilingual cholars participate in activities
WHO is the German Club's absent-minded pro-
fessor? Geneva Jones takes over Bob Kares' role
as Kim Anderson intervenes.
Have you heard of the absent-minded
professor who walked away with a friend's
umbrella? Bob Kares played the part in a
German Club play and broke up the au-
dience. "Der Zerstreute Professof' was one
of three short plays enacted by club mem-
bers. Other actors were Mee Lun Chew,
Henry Bagan, Kim Anderson, and Geneva
The club also enjoyed a Christmas din-
ner lGerman menul at the Marott Hotel.
Some of their funds were proceeds from
the club's flower booth at Mardi Gras.
The French Club's highlight this year
was their annual Christmas dinner at Mrs.
Mary BedeIl's house. While the quich-Lor-
raine was cooking members played brain-
teasing games and nibbled on potato chips,
pretzels, and cat's tongue la French pas-
tryl. To top the evening, the group sang
Christmas songs in French.
The club also went to Turkey Run for
a picnic, and had a flea market at Mardi
Gras in October.
Disadvantaged Mexican children of the
Tech area were guests of the Spanish Club
for their Christmas party at 704 North
Youngsters enjoyed a Santa Claus com-
plete in sombrero, rock music, soft drinks,
and cookies. Small gifts showered down
from two piffatas. The crepe paper snow
man and donkey were made by members
at earlier meetings.
Members of the Latin club went to
Butler University to see a presentation of
the play "EIectra."
Donna Taylor, president, and Harold
Lund took the Latin test for the Indiana
University honors program, with a trip to
Italy as the prize.
The Latin club also celebrated the
Christmas season, or Satunalia, by singing
such traditional songs as "Oh Come All Ye
Faithful" in Latin.
MIKE TRITTIPO coaches Jennifer Browning in a game of tilt during the
French Club party at the home of Foreign Language Department head, Mrs.
Mary Bedell, and Mr. Bedell,
FOOD ON ONE HAND, fun on the other, make a lively evening for French
Club members Donna Banta, Kim Anderson, Vicki Hutton, and Donna
Adams at their Joyeux Noel.
SUSIE CUTSHAW concerns herself with the weather in a practical sense, UNDER THE SUPERVlSl0N of lVll'S- Wlniffed Johnson, GXPIOFBIOFY
not only to chart daily conditions, but to help fasten buttons and zippers teacher PaTl'lCla Luttrell h9lDS kindefgaffen DUDUS at School 54 make
of School 15 kindergarteners, soon to face the elements. Thanksgiving decorations for the upcoming holidays.
Pupil preview teachin , library work
Industrial Cooperative Training, open
to both juniors and seniors over 16 years
of age, presently involves ten companies
with sixteen different occupations. Stu-
dents worked at least three hours a day,
receiving two hours of ICT credit. lVlost
students advanced to full-time work after
graduation with no further education
Young people that are thinking of
teaching as an occupation may find out if
they are right for the job. In the Explora-
tory Teachers program they went to a
nearby grade or junior high school and,
under a classroom teacher, learned the
Future Teachers of America members
sold Christmas ribbon, sponsored dinners
for the members, filled Christmas stockings
given to children in hospitals, and par-
ticipated in a student teaching week dur-
ing which they taught Tech classes.
Voluntary jobs done by the 57 students
in the Tech Library included processing,
shelving, and mending, and locating books
for special projects.
THIS IS NO WAY for Future Teachers to conduct a classroom, but K.
Sayles knows that Ring Toss is a big money maker at this year's Mardi-Gras.
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Silvia Hannemann,Sharon Graham, and Frances
Maxey mend books and get them ready for the
shelves. CAN'T FIND A BOOK? Just ask one of
Tech's student volunteers. BELOW: Karen
Lucas and Jan Middleton are ready to help.
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MELVIN JOHNSON, one of a score of Indust-
rial Cooperative Training students, tackles a
connection as frameman at Indiana Bell.
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of the Roman style of living for the evening.
AFTER AUCTIONING OFF a load of slaves,
Johnny Puckett is captured and sold himself.
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Roman Banquet highlights historian ' year
ABOVE: Anita Huber strikes a classic pose as
Terri Grant looks on. RIGHT: Kirby Lehman
serves as the food disappears from the table.
The Romans must have lived lavishly.
Garbed in togas and seated on cushions,
members of several clubs attended the
History CIub's Roman Banquet and lived
Roman style for two hours. Highlights of
the evening were a Charlie Brown Christ-
mas play and a slave auction. After some
very hot bidding Terri Grant brought the
highest price, being sold into slavery for
Other projects were selling color pic-
tures of the Tech campus and taking trips
to Nashville, Indiana, Coney Island, and
the Cincinnati Zoo.
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AN AIR OF EXCITEMENT prevails as the crowd gathers and cushions are
arranged by Cannon photographer, John Pryor. Pat Taube iin robei chats
with Chris Wilson and Paula Espinosa.
PROSPECTIVE SLAVES are herded onto a platform for the slave auction,
but they don't seem worried about the outcome.
DeANDRE BELL and her friends pool their money to outbid the com-
petition as auctioneer Puckett keeps business humming.
ALFREDA LEE mans the cider kegs for Service
Club. Thirsty Mardi Gras customers made
AFTER OTHERS HAD GONE HOME for
Thanksgiving vacation, Service and Red Cross
Club members stayed behind to remove traces
of vandalism from the walls and "Tell It Like It
Could Be." Becky Buckley, above, wields a
LIKE SOMETHING OUT OF A HORROR
STORY, John Wiggins, business education teach-
er, serves as a squirt-gun target for Red Cross
Club customers at Mardi Gras.
"HOLD THAT CEILING UP," the boys chant as they prepare for an
exciting volleyball game-Key Club vs. GAA.
MIXING FUN WITH WORK, members of the Red Cross Club turn their
thoughts to the joys of Christmas as they fill stockings with goodies.
Service club promote pupil in olvement
New members and new ideas joined
forces this year to make the Key Club go!
With Mahlon Carlock as sponsor of the
all-boy g r o u p , everything happening
proved to be fun and worthwhile. Mem-
bers escorted the evening school gradu-
ates last June, presented fireworks at
Homecoming, gave a Christmas basket to
a needy family, and collected money to
buy toys for patients at a local mental
Among projects in its "Spirit Cam-
paign" the Service Club was especially
enthusiastic over 350 collected coat hang-
ers. With the approach of Christmas,
members experimented with making
Santa's, wreaths, or other novelties of the
Mum was the word to all Techites at-
tending the annual Homecoming. Over
150 traditional T-mums were sold.
Members helped the needy, and
performed service within the school.
A chit-chat with girls at the Indiana
Girls' School, an all-city Red Cross Club
tea, dances at Flanner House, and a scrub-
up campaign, "Tell It Like lt Could Be," in
cooperation with Tech's Service Club
were activities involving the Red Cross
Club this year.
Members filled 82 stockings with
Christmas presents, packed a chest to
send overseas to servicemen, and made
Easter party packs in the spring.
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KURT GRINDSTAF F, yearbook sports editor.
Tonya Bruce, yearbook period 1 editor.
CREATING A FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE in
the Cannon Office is the avocation of Mrs. Betty
Cannon Staffs go to press,
then pressure i lifted '
Cecil T. Tresslar, better known as
has served his eleventh year as director
of publications. This year the paper went
to a four-column width and tried to use
more pictures than in previous years. The
staffers, whose various jobs include re-
porting and photographing, play an im-
portant part in preparing the paper.
Over 2500 papers were printed and
distributed this year. Harold Deem, print-
ing instructor, and his pupils saw to the
printing of the paper.
Among some of the activities of the
Cannon weekly were ISHPA conferences
at Franklin and at Indiana State College,
press day, and a spring dinner with the
Clement Watts, yearbook photographer. YEARBOOK SENIOR EDITORS: Cathy Rott,
features: Connie Tucker, album.
YEARBOOK photographer, Barry Wand gets an assignment he can enjoy, "shooting" weekly reporter,
Almost a full school year is devoted to
composing copy, figuring layout, taking
photos, and typing material for the Arse-
nal Cannon yearbook. Long afternoons
and some evenings are spent trying to get
pages together in an effort to meet dead-
lines. After all deadline are met, and the
final inspections are made, the Cannon
Office becomes a place of contentment
and a degree of relaxation. Several times a
year parties are held to help staffers un-
wind, but the greatest moment in the life
of a Cannon Kiddie is when the yearbooks
are received and he can see the results of 1: .
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YEARBOOK TYPIST, Pat Walton, weekly
typist Linda Ford, weekly cartoonist, Jim
Nolan, weekly reporter, Terri Wong.
CHRIS COPELAND, yearbook layout editor,
desperately tries to fit copy and pictures.
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Teresa Grant, reporters: Bernice Jones, adviser, Debbie Kuykendall, copy editor, Ivan Christensen,
DON WHITECOTTON, weekly staff assistant sports editor, holds the
secret key to success as Vicki Eaton, weekly staff, composes copy.
STEVE WILSON, and Jim Alstott confer on a difficult spread.
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proof reads Cannon weekly.
CANNON WEEKLY EDITORIAL STAFF-FRONT ROWI Debbi Deckard, CODY 9diI0l'1 Betty Van
Duyn, editor-in-chief, Beverly Hunt, page 2 editor. SECOND ROW: Delores Colbert, page 3 editor,
Cindy Lewis, page 1 editor, Richard Swan, page 4 editor.
CELEBRATING AT THE PUNCH BOWL after Thespian initiation cere-
monies are Debbie Rosebrock, Carol Rosebrock, Jim Noland, Patty Stomm,
and Sylvia Milam.
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ENJOYING THEMSELVES at the Thespian initiation are Peggy Shane,
Laura Dwigans, Kim Anderson, and Peggy Curtis.
LEFT: Laura Dwigans plays "twister" with fellow Thespians at the initi-
ation party in Stuart Tower. BELOW: Gary Brockman tries to buy the
magic hat from Jim Branham, but finally steals it.
DEBBIE ROSEB ROCK enjoys the attention of David Bullington, made possible by the magic slippers.
Invisible Gary Brockman sneaks up on him as Sylvia Milam watches.
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One of the most talented clubs at Tech
is the Drama Club. Here a student may
prove his skill in the acting field. To be-
come a member of this group, one must
attend three c o n s ec u t i v e meetings.
Through participation in plays and other
activities, members receive points, ten of
which earn a certificate and membership
in the elite Thespians.
Something new for the drama fans was
the early, early show in the Forum in Jan-
uary. ln spite of snow and zero tempera-
tures, a morning audience assembled at
7:30 to see "The Wonder Hat"- The 0119-
act play, an amusing fantasy, concerned a
magic hat of invisibility and magic slippers
that attracted friends to the wearer.
The play had been postponed after
school closed a half day early for Christmas
GARY BROCKMAN, wearing the wonder hat,
watches unnoticed as David Bullington is held
under the spell of the magic slippers worn by
charmer Sylvia Milam.
THE HAPPY DAY is here! Geraldine Seifert and Pam Phillips anxiously
prepare themselves for the simple wedding as Robert Stewart, Mr. Webb,
LOOKlhlG LONQINGLY into each other's eyes, Mark Grubbs and Vickie
Eaton join hands in an expression of love. Jim Branham ties the knot.
lends courage, faith, and foresight to Emily the bride-to-be, portrayed by
DR. GIBBS, portrayed by John Masters, has a little fatherly counsel with
his son George, played by Mark Grubbs, on the morning of the bug
Drama fans witness 'Our Town'
April 9 and 10, drama fans witnessed
the Tech debut of OUR TOWN. The play,
written by Thornton Wilder, centered on
typical small town life in America around
1900. Setting was no problem for the
Stage Craft Department because the only
props used were two ladders and a few
Costuming was a major means of relay-
ing ideas from actors to audience. The
authentic gowns were supplied by the
Drama Club. Among some of the out-
standing ones were the remade wedding
formal and a few Edwardian suits. One
actress had her share of troubles cast in the
part of a child-there wasn't a child's cos-
tume small enough to fit!
Jim Branham portrayed the stage man-
ager-the chief interpreter of the play,
while Vicki Eaton starred in the role of
Emily. Other cast members were: Mark
Grubbs as George, Robert Stewart and
Pamela Phillips as Mr. and Mrs. Webb, and
John Masters and Peggy Curtis as Dr. and
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brother and sister, contemplate the moon and
muse on the mysteries of life. ABOVE: Over an
imaginary strawberry soda, Mark ponders the
changes in the character of George Gibbs that
Emily Webb would like to see, as Vicki tells it.
CHAMPION DEBATE RS Bryan Miller, Marsha Rae Morgan, and Mahershall
Gardner inspect their tropies in the display case.
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DEBORAH MOORE, Mary Ruth Gibson, Evelyn Woodson, Rose Folsom,
Donna Farris, Dan Richardson, and Kathleen Wilner proudly pose with
newly acquired ribbons won at a speech meet.
Speec , FL, Debate compete, win again
Meetings of the 80-member Speech
Team are held every two weeks at Mrs.
Alice Goodrum's home. A memorable soc-
ial event was a masked Halloween party
and weiner roast.
The Speech Team arises early on Satur-
day mornings traveling to different high
schools in the state to participate in speech
meets. One meet was held at Lafayette
Jefferson. Members of the team have won
an average of nine ribbons per contest in
categories including broadcasting, improm-
tu, humorous, and boys' and girls' extem-
The National Forsenic League, also
sponsored by Mrs. Goodrum, is a very
active club at Tech. Members must earn
25 points in debate or speech meets to
qualify for membership.
Speech Team members predominated
in STAGE DOOR, the fall all-school play
directed by Mrs. Goodrum.
Taking 80'Zi of their rou nds, Tech's De
bate Team has won recognition through-
out Indiana and received many invitations
to debate in different schools. Not only
high schools vied for Tech's presence, but
the University of Pittsburg asked the team
to take part in an invitational debate.
The team consists of 13 members, but
only seven have taken part in meets. They
won many ribbons, but the greatest thrill
was to win a trophy in November for being
undefeated at Culver Military Academy.
BRYAN MILLER and Denver Jordan tape a re-
hearsal. The trophy represents their victory in a
debate at Culver Military Academy.
ALETHA WILLNER returns from Hollywood
and is greeted by her old friends in the all-school
production of STAGE DOOR.
STEPHANIE IMEL, Bernice Brown, Martha Robertson, Laura Dwigans, Beth Overbey, Peggy Curtis, Donna Farris, and Robin Kares play a night scene in
STAGE DOOR. A
LEE SIBLEY as the father discusses a problem
with his daughter, po rt ra y ed by Deborah
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STAGE-STRUCK YOUNG GIRLS concentrate ALETHA WILNER holds forth on the glamour
on a mysterious letter. of Hollywood life.
READY-SET-GO! Mrs. Alice Goodrum gives
the signal as her assistants "turn on" Station
WATS atop Stuart Tower.
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A LITTLE PINK FOOD COLOR and a lot of
sugar are whipped as Chemistry-Physics Club
creates the tasty, sticky wonder of cotton
candy at Mardi Gras.
THROUGH THE MUD and over the rocks we
go, not to Grandmother's house, but through
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JOHN MULLENAX defines the dits and dots of telegraph talk as he
JEFF HARLOW presides over Printing Club members Carl Corlett, Mike
Fairgrief and Jerome Oakley.
coaches a future operator.
Hobby clubs spark interest for future use
"MY MOVEl" Two studious opponents struggle
with each other over a chessboard as the after-
school session approaches check.
If you happened to see a Tech Printing
Club member deep in thought drawing
strange designs, you need not worry about
him. He was probably competing in the
club's layout designing contest, open to
any interested club member with talent.
Quite a few fine prizes were given to win-
ners. Members also scheduled a trip down-
tovvn to the Bowers Envelope Company to
learn about large scale publishing and pro-
Spelunking was a very popular activity
with the Chemistry-Physics Club. In the
fall of the year the club went to SulIivan's
Cave. There the members studied rock for-
mations and investigated passageways. The
club also performed experiments. This
year they worked mainly with gyroscopes
On April 11, the State Chess Contest
was held at Tech, and approximately 50
teams from around the city participated.
Chess, a sport interesting more boys than
girls, drew more members to Chess Club
this year than ever before. Mr. Kern, the
sponsor, computes the points of 25 active
members to determine the five varsity
team members who go to different schools
each week to compete.
Dit-da-dit. The gentle taps of Morse
Code sing from an oscillator to the ear of a
member of the Tech Radio Club. The club
worked hard by spending over half its
time practicing Morse Code and theory to
make a ham out of each member. After
passing a test approved by the Federal
Communications Commission, the novice
ham can begin under the supervision of
their sponsor Mr. Mullenax, using the
radios housed in the Hamshack.
ART CLUB provided decor and were guests of
History Club at the Roman Banquet.
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canvas at the Art Club Paint-In.
A , physical culture offered by club
EDDIE BREEDLOVE, MIKE O'HARA, and
PAULA ESCH battle against time and famine
after an afternoon of traveling throughout
Nashville with the Art Club.
JOHNNY PUCKETT realizes it's not simple
just to sit down and make a perfect pot or bowl
of clay. The scene is Brown County.
Culture, experience and appreciation of
art are the main objectives of the Art
Tours of beauty and pleasure await each
member. Nashville, Indiana, John Herron
Art lVluseum, and the Bethlehem Lutheran
Art Festival offered interesting tours.
A Paint-In was an innovation this year.
Individuals produced a series of paintings.
These were then combined into one piece
of modern art.
The "biggest" game of the year, the Key
Club-Girls Athletic Association basket-
ball game, is becoming an annual event.
During Open House, those students
with a strong desire to become graceful
and agile demonstrated their own routines
on the parallel and uneven bars, balance
beam, springboard and sidehorse. Some-
thing different done this year was free
exercise, which is tumbling to music.
Something new has been added! Boys!
This year the once all-girl Judo Club has
been invaded by boys. Working together
once a week with their instructor, lVlr.
John Carnes, they learn the difficult ma-
neuvers of Judo. lVluch practice and deter-
mination are needed in order for each
member to maintain the needed skills.
This sport has certainly taken "hold" in
the past two years. Eager learners have
been known to fall for it.
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Club. Warm up, girls.
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be ready for the unexpected, as she throws an opponent.
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Tech 12 Attucks 0
Tech 9 Washington 3
Tech 0 Arlington 12
Tech 7 Chatard 5
Tech 8 Kokomo 7
Tech 3.5 Scecina 8.5
Tech 4 Howe 8
Tech 10 Manual 2
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'69 GOLF TEAM-FRONT ROW: David DeVitt, John Green, Felix Ricks, Rick Schmidt, Phillip
Ouillen, coach. SECOND ROW: Dave Hartson, Kurt Grindstaff, Russ Nichoalds, Ken Phillips. Not
pictured, Jim Johnson.
Golfers rack up best season,win eight
The '69 Titan Golf Team won more
matches during the season than any other
team that Coach Ouillen has instructed.
The team won eight matches against eight
The team was led by three-year letter-
man John Green. Jim Johnson and Felix
Ricks played numbers two and three re
spectively. The remaining spots were filled
by Dave Hartson, Dave DeVitt, Ken Phil-
lips, Rick Schmidt, Kurt Grindstaff, and
One of the Titans' roughest victories
was against Chatard. Freshman Rick
Schmidt won the match in the pouring
rain by chipping in on the last hole for a
par to give the Titans a 7-5 victory.
Five returning players, three of whom
are lettermen, will play on next year's
JOHN GREEN wedges up an approach shot on
the first hole during a match.
QUIET SURROUNDS THE GREEN as Dave Hartson and John Green watch Coach Quillen prepare
to slam home a birdie putt during a practice session early in the season.
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'69 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Randy Crane, Sam
Pounds, Bob Davis, Jerry Andrews, Jim Richards, Steve Funke, Jack Har-
mon, Roger Payne, Tom Hickey, Bill Beck. SECOND ROW: Carl Nleditch,
coach: Charles Hoskins, lVlozelI Gowdy, Charles Pullin, lVIorse Coleman,
arsity ba eballers win nine, lose eight
The '69 varsity baseball team enjoyed
excellent pitching from Ray Roark who
won six games. Charles Hoskins is credited
with two games, and Paul Wilson, a single.
The team's 9-8 season tally included a
21-3 win over Attucks, and a 33-0 victory
over Wood, the latter a no-hitter pitched
Tech 21 Attucks 3
by Ray Rgark, Tech 6 Warren Central 6
The team will have eight returning Tech 0 Hmfvfued' 9 'nnmgsy 3
Iettermen who will compose all of the in- :II-'een 3 Latin School 3
field and most of next season's pitching. -I-ish 1 Qglfftggntra, 3
Ray Roark, the winningest pitcher of the Tech 35 S0UThD0"T 0
'69 team and Bill Beck were the only two Eg: 9 Elgrffedy 2
Iettermen lost. Coach lVloreman expects 190: 3 Sceging I 4
to have a good pitching staff with Wilson -I-ish 6 gg, 83:25 3
and Hoskins returning, and a good infield :ll-'ech 3 Nortlgvig-Qst ' 3
and outfield with Tom Hickey, Sam T222 1 agaual 'pp e 5
Pounds, Steve Funke, Jack Harmon, Roger Tec: 3 Koktgmo 1
Payne, Larry Ward, and Kevin Loux to Egh 2 mgfsggaton 5
back the pitching up. lsectional tourneyl
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returning pitchers, fires a fast ball against Howe.
The Hornets dumped the Titans, and Wilson was
credited with the unfortunate loss.
LEFT: Tom Hickey swings at a high-hard pitch
in an attempt to advance Steve Funke on first
Four firsts, City fall to va rsity trackmen
The '69 Track Team, with one state
champ hurdler and several other outstand-
ing runners, boasted four firsts in multi-
school meets including their second con-
secutive city title.
The Titans vvere undefeated through
their dual team meet season and placed
first in the North Central Relays, the Tech
Invitational, the City meet, and the City-
County meet. In the Sectional North Cen-
tral placed first ahead of the second-place
Titans, the first time any team placed
higher than the Titans thus far in the
Ron Sayles, completing his first year
on the team, vvon the State competition
in the high hurdles, and he also broke the
school high hurdle record. Other records
fell at the mercy of Alvin Lee who broke
the 880 record, and Mike Baird vvho tum-
bled the high jump record.
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1st in North Central Relays
1st in Tech Invitational
1st in City
1st in City-County
2nd in Sectional
4th in Regional
4th in State
STATE CHAMP Hurdler Ron Sayles breaks the
tape at the end of his record breaking run.
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'69 FRESHMAN TRACK TEAM-FRONT ROW: Dexter Harney, Oscar student manager: David Smith, Brad Petree, Don Wilson, Charles Jones,
Turner, Joe Simanton, lra Jones, James Hedrich, George Taylor, Anthony Roger Henderickson, Robert Woodard,' assistant coach. FOURTH
Walker, Alfonso Johnson. SECOND ROW: Victor Evans, Jerry Hannon, ROW: Claude Lowery, Charles Schlutz, Clifton Jones, Author Johnson,
Rodney Coffer, Ronald Pate, Harvey Brooks, Steve Ross, Jeff Jacobs, Jim Moore, Jerome Clarty, Mark Jarrett.
Alvin Perkins. THIRD ROW: Melvin Bowers, head coach, Willie Wardwell, '
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the Titans won.
ABOVE: Ronald Davie starts his last la in the 5 ,
mile run against Shortridge.
RIGHT: Ron Buses gets down to the nitty
gritty with a Shortridge runner as they approach
the tape at the end of the half mile.
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'69 VARSITY AND RESERVE TRACK TEAM-FRONT ROW: Claude
Mickle, Victor Breland, Fred Walker, Rickey Smith, Warren Tiffany, Ron
Buses, Anthony Covington, J. D. Oliver, Charles Webster, Bruce Price.
SECOND ROW: Fred Luten, Steve Corner, Mark Brents, Ron Sayles,
James Lewis, Alvin Lee, Sylvester Edwards, Ronald Davie, Mike Baird,
Shirley Glover, Walter Dininger, assistant coach. THIRD ROW: William
Lowe, Ricky Butler, David Little, Bob Powell, Bruce Johnson, Greg Par-
ham, Bob Benson, Bob Platt, Ewing Blue, Nate Allen, Cato Cork. FOURTH
ROW: Bruce McGeath, head coach: James Perkins, Steve Watts, James
Watson, Mike Dorsey, Steve Breland, Elliott Varnado, Jerry Hannon,
Huston Smith, Tom Taylor, Harold Norwood, Steve Wilson.
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'69 TENNIS TEAM-FRONT ROW: Mark Price, Bill Hart, Kyle Fort, Gartrell, Darryl Gartrell, Bob McClain, Mark Waggoner.
Louis Turner. SECOND ROW: Don Robinson, coach: Guy Luttrell, Gary
Tennis team wins seven, I '
DARRYL GARTRELL swoops down low to Tech
return a served ball in one of last season's
The '69 Tennis Team with Don Robin-
son as coach completed the season with a
7-8 record. In the fall Sectional none of
the players were able to advance past the
first day's competition, and the team fin-
Guy Luttrell was the team's number-
Broad R ipple
one man during the season. He had an in-
dividual record of 10 wins against 7 losses.
Guy also advanced to the semi-finals of
the city tourney.
The team scored shut-out victories
against Wood, Washington, Attucks, and
Kennedy, all by the score of 7-0.
MARK WAGGONER smashes a serve to one of
his opponents. Mark is the only returning let-
terman on the team.
Varsity harriers place fifth in State
Coach Bruce IVIcGeath's varsity Cross
Country Team produced an outstanding
season. The seven-man team vvas com-
posed of senior runners Ron Buses, Charles
Webster, Rick Smith, Jerry Laker, and V9.1 1 .
Warren Tiffany, and juniors Ron Davie,
and Bruce Price. The team collected an
undefeated dual and triangular meet sea-
son and firsts in the City, Sectional, Re-
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gional, and Columbus Invitational, and
finished fifth in the State. In the cold rain
during the State meet the Titans couldn't
quite find the winning combination. Ron
Davie finished ninth individually and was 4
the only Titan to place in the top fifteen.
North Central won the State, but they
were defeated three times during the
course of the season by the Titans. wah
CHARLES WEBSTER and Ronald Davie battle it out for sixth and seventh places in the Columbus
T k i . SENIOR RON BUSES takes out in front of the
Q55 ' pack at the beginning of the City meet. Buses
lost two positions sometime during the race and
CROSS COUNTRY TEAIVI-FRONT ROW:
Bruce NlcGeath, head coachg Jerry Laker, War-
ren Tiffany, Ronald Davie, Ricky Smith, Ronald
Buses, Bruce Price, Charles Webster, Melvin
Bowers, assistant coach. SECOND ROW: Brad
Petree, Robert Platt, Bob Benson, Charles
Schultz, Rick Butler, Virgil Walker, Steve Ross,
Dennis Thomas. THIRD ROW: Nlelvin Lange,
Roy Logan, Tom Brummett, Jeff Lingenfelter,
Jim Rosier, Charles Carnel, Rolanda Quintana,
Rayfield Campbell, Roger Laughlin.
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Marshall, Jack Harmon, V. J. Harper, Denny Griggs, Ron Sayles, Steve
Funke, Kent CIark,Tom Hickey, Vic Breland. SECOND ROW: J. D. Oliver,
Tim Couse, Robert Beaty, John Crenshaw, Dave Morrow, Steve Breland,
Mark Brents, Wilburt Moore, Shirley Glover, Paul Wilson. THIRD ROW:
Bob Coffin, Anthony Willis, Rob Eaton, Harold Norwood, Dave Devitt,
Mike Stanfield, Larry Esslinger, John Whitthorne, Keith Hall, Elliot Var-
nado. FOURTH ROW: Ernest Medcalfe, head coach: William Wheeler,
equipment manager: Carlos Bell, assistant coach: John Koontz, assistant
coach: Dean Carbone, trainer: Walter Dininger, assistant coach: Chester
Whitaker, student manager: Milt Pappas, assistant manager.
fourth minus season
For the fourth consecutive year, a win-
ning season eluded the varsity Titan grid-
ders This season showed the best produc-
tion of wins and the least number of
losses in four years They did have a 3-5-2
record as games were lost on critical mis-
takes in the closing minutes of play.
The three victories came on 19-0 de-
and edging Shortridge 13-12 in the final
quarter The Titans tied Broad Ripple
who finished the season ranking second
in the City and Marshall, who was also
ranked very high.
The Titans led from the outset in the
Warren Central and Manual games, but
had to stage a come-from-behind victory
over Shortridge. Ron Sayles scored the
final touchdown on an 11-yard pass from
Paul Wilson, and then Tom Hickey kicked
the game-winning extra point with about
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Coach Medcalf said that the players
were about the hardest working bunch of
guys that he had ever coached and that
they played as hard as they could during
every game, although he too had antici-
pated a winning season. Injuries and criti-
cal mistakes dissolved that anticipation.
Out of 23 lettermen, only eight will re-
turn next year. Many trophies were award-
ed at the end of this season. Tom Hickey
received one for the outstanding defen-
sive lineman, and he also made all-city
team for defensive end. Kent Clark was
the outstanding defensive back. Jack Har-
mon was the most improved player. Vic
Breland was the best offensive back. John
Crenshaw received a trophy for the out-
standing offensive lineman. Steve Breland
was the outstanding linebacker because he
made 111 tackles this season-more than
Howe's Tom Marendt.
game of the season.
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terferred with and dropped the ball, but the Titans received a fifteen-yard penalty against Shortridge.
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ture high into the air in an attempt to block a pass by Shortridge's Randy
Strand. ABOVE: J. D. Oliver turns the corner on Howe's tough defense.
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Easley, Mark Jarrett, John Masters, Bob Coffin, Jeff Jacobs. SECOND Laswell, manager, Elliot Varnardo, ,Gary Offet, Claude Lowery, Nathan
ROW: Bert Williams, Tim Euler, William Moats, George Taylor, Keith RUSh,5hil'l9V GIOVGLWIHY Wardwell, manager-
Reserve has first losing season ince '66
Tech 14 Howe 12
Tech O Broad Ripple 12
Tech 0 Cathedral 26
Tech 16 Seceina 18
Tech 6 Warren Central 0
Tech 12 Manual 13
Tech 0 Southport 8
Tech 8 Chatard 16
Tech 1 Marshall 0
Tech 1 Shortridge 0
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT. Reserve foot-
ballers found that out as they ran through plays
like these every day after school. They repeated
maneuvers until they had them down pat.
The reserve football team had their
first losing season since 1966 when they
dropped seven games, and won only two.
The team, coached by Walter Dininger
won four games against six losses. Two of
the victories came on forfeits by Marshall
and Shortridge. The other two wins were a
14-12 edging of Howe, and a 6-0 defeat of
Keith Hall led the team in scoring from
his running back position, and Coach
Dininger thinks he might make a good
varsity prospect next season. Jeff Jacobs
and Denver Jordan alternated as this year's
signal callers. John Whitthorne and Harvey
Brooks were also outstanding running
The reserve defensive team was led by
Nathan Rush, Mark Jarrett, Bob Coffin,
and Elliot Varnardo. Coach Dininger thinks
many of these boys will be good varsity
prospects able to fill the positions left by
the 13 graduating seniors.
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cecina, Marshall hi hlight 2-5- eason
The freshman football team under the
direction of coach John Hurrle stumbled
to a 2-5-1 season record. The highlights of
the two win season were a 16-0 rout of
Scecina, and a 22-6 thrashing of Marshall.
Kenny Breland led the Frosh in scoring
with three touchdowns from his end
position. Other outstanding players were
backs James Twigg, Fred McGuire, and
Louis Woods. Darryl Williams was an out-
standing lineman, and Stan Lawrence an
Coach Hurrle said that ineligibility
might have been one reason for the disap-
pointing season, as he lost seven starters
due to failing grades.
FRESHMAN OUARTERBACK, James Twigg
tries to elude a Scecina defender in a passing
AFTER HAULING IN A JAMES TWIGG PASS, Kenny Breland rambles down the field on his way to
scoring the only Titan touchdown against Manual, and one of his three touchdowns during the year.
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ROW: Bryon Richardson, Louis Woods, Sam
Elmore, Darryl Williams, Thomas Jackson, Ver-
non Pipkins, James Duzan, Richard Smith,
Gary Buckley, Willie Blanchard. SECOND
ROW: James Goodrich, Jeff Tabor, Ken Bre-
land, Steve Howery, Bill Palmore, Greg Smith,
William Sanford, Tom Clayton, Mark McKinney,
Carl Lowery. THIRD ROW: James Dumes,
Larry Wilkerson, Willie lvy, Albert Coleman,
Fred McGuire, Norrell Bryant, Jerry Byrd,
Anthony Dawson, Jim Evanson, James Twigg,
John Hurrle, head coach. FOURTH ROW: Stan
Lawrence, Tony Spratt, Doug Dixon, Harry
Butler, Mike Callahan, Carl King, Don Williams,
Jeff Harlow, Rick Walker, Robert Woodard,
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upset Shortridge in sectional
The "impossible Dream" came true for
the varsity Titan netters on Saturday,
February 28. Shortridge, ranked eighth in
the state, picked to win the State title by
several sportswriters, boasting a 19-4 sea-
son record and the city championship, fell
at the hands of the Kendrick-led Titans.
Behind by 16 points at halftime, and as
much as 20 in the second quarter, the
Titans recovered in the second half to take
a 75-69 victory. The second-half come-
back was spurred by a 31-point showing of
possible All-Stater Frank Kendrick. Frank
helped foul out the Blue Devils' two big
guns, George Tandy and Charles Jordan.
After they were gone Shortridge's doom
In the final game of the sectional the
Titans met the Attucks Tigers. Twice the
Tigers had beaten the Titans, once by two
points and then again by twelve in the
city tourney. During the first half with
Attucks, the Titans took up where they
left off against Shortridge. At halftime the
Titans led by four and almost owned the
boards. But during the second half it
looked like a different team playing
Attucks. Tech could not get any rebounds
and so Attucks bounced back to take a
Tech's first upset of the sectionals came
against county champs North Central.
Earlier in the season the Panthers had
dumped the Titans by 14 points. But, this
time it was all Tech from the outset. Tech
was ahead by nine at halftime and by 19
at the end of the third stop. The reserves
took over in the fourth quarter and North
Central tried to stage a comeback to no
avail. The victory was led by Frank
Kendrick's 35-point rampage. Junior guard
Larry Ward contributed 20 points, and
Kyle Fort put in 17 in a reserve role.
The Titans finished the season with a
15-9 record-much better than last year's
10-11 record. Frank Kendrick was the
main work-horse throughout the season.
He averaged 29 points per game and
scored 702 during the season, breaking the
old record held by former star Jim Price.
Frank received help from juniors Larry
Ward and Bruce Johnson, and occasionally
Tom Hickey or Kyle Fort would come up
with a game scoring more than 10 points.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Fred Luten, managerg -Bruce Johnson, Bob Powell, Kyle Fort, Frank Kendrick,.Tom Hickey,
Charles Battle, Harvey Brooks, Larry Ward, Paul Wilson, Willie Booker, Jim Arthur Johnson, Ernest Cline, assistant coach, Jay Kleine, assistant coach.
Gilbert. SECOND ROW: Howard Catt, trainer: Carl Meditch, head coach,
LARRY WARD, a junior guard, drives around a Seceina opponent. Ward was the Titans playmaker
during the season.
SENIOR CENTER Kyle Fort steps around
Charles Jordan of Shortridge and lays up two
points. The Titans beat the Satans 75-69.
BRUCE JOHNSON DRIVES through Shortridge's Dave Speckman in an
attempt to score two points. Johnson should be back to lead the team next
FRANK KENDRICK LEAVES George Tandy flat-footed as Frank goes up
for two points. Frank scored 35 points against the Blue Devils.
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Tech 60 Southport 42
Tech 75 New Albany 60
Tech 75 Anderson 58
Tech 65 Ben Davis 52
Tech 39 Attucks 41
Tech 40 Madison Heights 36
Tech 64 North Central 44
Tech 40 Muncie Central 69
Tech 66 Chatard 43
Tech 41 Attucks 46
Tech 58 Howe 49
Tech 59 Manual 50
Tech 64 Shortridge 54
Tech 53 Cathedral 33
Tech 50 Richmond 33
Tech 57 Broad Ripple 41
Tech 54 Kokomo 48
Tech 54 Washington 51
Tech 55 Scecina 38
ARTHUR JOHNSON and Bob Powell battle
for a rebound against Richmond. Johnson led
the team in rebounds with 186 for the season.
RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Tony Gearlds, Tom Alexander, Tony Zupan,
Charles Hoskins, Harvey Brooks, Gary Spradlin, Denver Jordan, Milt Pappas, manager. SECOND ROW:
Howard Catt, trainer, Bob Plummer, manager: Melvin Henderson, Claude Lowery, Mike Harris,
Arthur Johnson, Shirley Glover, Jim Gilbert, Ernest Cline, coach. .
The Titan reserve basketball team un-
der coach Ernest CIine's su pervision started
the season with five straight victories and
went on to finish with a 17-3 record.
The team was led in scoring by Shirley
Glover who dumped in 220 points for an
11 point average. Right on Glover's heels
for the scoring lead was Harvey Brooks
who put in 218 points for a 10.9 average.
Glover also led the team in shooting per-
centage, hitting 49.7 percent from the
floor and 75.6 percent from the charity
stripe. Arthur Johnson led the team in re-
bounding with 186. He hauled in 25 in the
city tourney game against Attucks.
Balanced scoring and a 1-2-1-1 zone
press were the biggest assets to the team
this season. As a team they hit 39.9 per-
cent from the field.
Probably the best game the team played
all season was a 20 point shellacking of
City Champ Cathedral. Coach Cline said
that they "blew them out of the gym"
during the last three quarters with their
JUNIOR GUARD Tony Gearlds, far ahead of
his Richmond opponent, lays up two points on
a fast break.
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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Ken Herman, manager:John Jones, Tony Doughty, Don Williams, Roger Laugh-
lin, Barry Scott, Anthony Woods. SECOND ROW: Reginald Barry, Dave Watkins, John McPherson, Carl Watterford, Jerry Hubbard,
Grady Hardiman, James Kendrick, James Twigg. THIRD ROW: Dave George, assistant coach: Vincent Killebrew, Jack Hargitt, Stan
Lawrence, Charles Black, Gary Davis, Jeff Clinton, Ben Hampton, Harold Hayes, Jay Kleine, coach.
Freshmen cagers have 7-9 season
Coach Jay Kleine's freshman basketball
team lost five straight games during the
early part of the season, then lost three
FRESH MAN BASKETBALL
BELOW: Charles Black, the team's second
leading scorer, drives in for two points from his
center position against Attucks.
straight at the last of the season to finish
with a 7-9 record.
Coach Kleine said the main reason was
the shooting percentage. He said that there
were several games where they did not hit
over 25 percent. He also said that if they
had hit a little over 30 percent they prob-
ably could have won six more ball games.
Donny Williams was the team's leading
scorer with an 11.2 average. Behind him
were Charles Black and Ben Hampton with
9.7 and 921 averages respectively. Hampton
was the team's leading rebounder with 141
for the year, and Black was right behind
him with 136 rebounds.
61 Woodview 56
61 Arlington 46
44 Wood ' 49
39 Manual 41
28 Broad Ripple 36
33 Chatard 42
52 Chatard 51
50 ' 48
59 ' 39
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COACH KLEINE gives his freshman basketball
team instructions between quarters.
Rex Nlarshall, a senior 145-pound wres-
tler, took all the marbles this year as he
won the state championship in his weight
class. Rex was picked to win the sectional
and he did. ln the final match he beat the
North Central Conference champ who had
a 16-1 record.
In the afternoon match Rex pinned his
Richmond opponent who was the North
Central Conference runner-up. During the
final match of the regional Rex was pitted
against a wrestler from Brownsburg who
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VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM-Roger Farral,
Price Petty, Robert Davis, Jr., Jeff Frost, Wil-
bert Moore, Victor Breland, Rex Marshall,
Steve Breland, Harry Downing, John Williams,
Larry Esslinger, Mike Stanfield, John Hurrie,
coach, LEFT: Rex Marshall grasps his North
Central opponent's leg. This match was one of
the two times Rex lost.
Il I4 -pound state champ
held an 18-1 record. Rex defeated him
10-4 and thus moved on.
West Lafayette's undefeated 145 pound
matter was Rex's match in the afternoon
of the State. He had won the sectionals
three years in a row, but he also fell at the
mercy of the Tech Titan. Rex's final op-
ponent from South Bend Washington had
lost with only one minute left in the
match. In just fifteen seconds Rex scored
three points to win 4-0 and collect the
Rex's three year varsity record was 55
wins against 13 losses. He won the City in
both 1968 and 1969. He was Washington
Invitational champ in 1968, 1969, and
1970. He finished this year with a 24-2
record losing only to North Central and
Junior Steve Breland, a 155-pound
wrestler, also won the sectional, but was
defeated in the regional.
RESERVE WRESTLING TEAM-FRONT ROW: Gary Hoskins, Jay
Scheidt, Harry Butler, John Witthorne, Derrick Ruffin. SECOND ROW:
James Scahill, Tim Euler, Steve Ross, Nathan Rush, John Hurrle, coach.
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Plpkins, Dave Wallen, Jose lngrem, Tom Jackson, Kenny Breland, LaRue John Koontz, coach: Willie Blanchard, Sam Elmore, David Clegg, Greg
Offer. SECOND ROW: Jeff Harlow, Dwayne Turner, Anthony Dawson, Boid, Mark Zachary, Gregg Smith, Carl Lowery.
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ALTHOUGH visual aids are important, nothing
replaces teachers, Tom Danheiser, in this case.
WORDS-PER-MINUTE increase as Reading Lab
pupils discover the importance of the pacer.
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,f Q' GETTING THE IDEA ACROSS for English
W 3 " ' I ' rdf 9 pf VIII pupils, Mrs. Arvilla Bennett uses the film-
V v ny, 1 A strip projector. T h e s u bject was English
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USE OF THE OVERHEAD PROJECTOR in English class makes an assign- field, Bruce Oakley, Pamela Roots, and David Quackenbush observe the
ment easier. Terri Wong demonstrates as classmates Bob Platt, Mike Stan- progress of a lesson in paragraph development.
AGAIN, visual aids play a most important role
in advertising the English Department play,
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WITH THE AID of the Craig Reader, Billy Mayhew receives eye training to improve his reading speed
"This year we are concentrating on get-
ting the idea across with the use of more
visual aids," said Irene Rhodes, head of
the English Department.
The visual aids she was speaking of are
the Craig Reader, and probably most
familiar to all, the overhead projector,
filmstrip projector, and motion picture
The filmstrip projector was most effec-
tive in dealing with the lives of poets pre-
sented in "g" classes. The overhead pro-
jector, u s i n g transparencies, stressed
writing techniques. The Craig Reader, used
both in English classes and in the Reading
Lab, stressed the meaning of the whole
sentence, guiding the reader into an easier
understanding of what he read.
Still striving for individual understand-
ing, the English Department has intro-
duced another innovation this year,
speakers. Students have heard informed
lectures on such subjects as poetry and the
DEAN CARBONE points out the Rio Grande, as he explains the Mexican
War to his U.S. History I class.
ANGIE DOTSON, Harriett Anderson, Paul Keefe, and Mike Ray have mixed
reactions to Mr. Murphy's lecture on sociology.
INTROVERT? EXTROVERT? AMBIVERT? During Psychology, Wesley
Murphy presents the functions of the mind to his class which wishes to pry
into mysteries of human personality.
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FERN STUKENBROEKER, on one of his annual trips to Tech to speak to third period classes about
Communism, arouses interest of a few pupils.
CODE UI-' CONDUCT
YOU ARE A TECH STLIINT
SHOW YOUQ l-UXESTY AND LUYALTY TU YQXR SU-lOL1...
ST RIVE EU? HMAN lN'JEl?STANDlNG.
REPUQT l'ROl"PTLY AND PHEPAHEIJ FOR CLASSES.
RESPECT ALL PROl"EllTY.
NEVER USE LOlD CI? l'll0F'AlNE LANGUAGE IN CAPPUS.
BE A GOCD SPCRT lN WCTCMY CR IJEFEAT.
OBSERVE CAF'ETElllA REOLLATICNS.
WALK T0 Tl-E RIGHT AND BE CGJHTEOUS IN CHOWUEU
SIT UATIONS .
HE PROUD OF YOU! SCHOOL AND l'R0l'l0TE THE TECH IMACE.
COOPERATE WITH FELLOW STUDENTS, TEACHEHS, AND
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"For too many years, helpful sugges-
tions about problems of cultural develope
ment have gone unrecognized, but now the
way is open as a result of Unigov," says
lVlr. Wm. Siedlecki, head of the Social
Studies Department. Under lVlr. Siedlecki's
direction, a new course at Tech in Cultural
Development is taking shape. Open to
juniors and seniors, the new course will
concentrate on getting the INDIVIDUAL
interested in HIS government, and HIS
community's problems. As yet, the new
course is still on the drawing-board, but it
is hoped that within the near future, plans
will move into full swing toward comple-
tion, and high school students will have a
greater chance to develop an interest in
current urban problems.
In addition to planning the new course,
Tech's history department isconcentrating
on discussing in depth, current problems
and historical issues, in an attempt to help
the pupil relate the two.
STUDENTS IN SOClAL STUDIES may be
learning only about the past, but they surely
have good ideas for the present and future as
they build the "Code of Conduct" for Tech
LEFT: Students learn more through video aids in John Miner's Economics
class when conducted in the movie room. ABOVE: Drama or romance?
History becomes alive again as actors portray John Marshall and his wife in
a film shown for history students.
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SANDRA CLYBURN and Jon Kofas as Lucy and Charlie Brown drop kick the football in a skit
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Hnse translate a quiz , Q' 1
Capers, quizz s develop language skills
Speaking English is hard enough for
some students at Tech, but many find it
fun and fascinating to discover and ex-
plore a new language. Students begin by
learning the fundamentals of the new
language, practicing fluency, accent, spel-
ling, and pronunciation. Later they work
their way up to writing short stories,
giving speeches, and acting out small skits
for their classmates.
Teachers instruct their students with
patience and hope that their knowledge
of the language will soon be transferred to
the many Techites, who are "foreign" to
the new language. Many hours are put in
by the language instructors to prepare
exercises and tests which will be
challenging, but not too complicated.
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SHARON GREEN helps her Latin class to re-
create the Seven Hills of Rome, the Forum, and
the Circus Maximus. Language study help pupils
understand basic ideas of our own civilization.
MRS. EMMAGEE WASHlNGTON'S craft art
pupils design covers for portfolios. Jacqueline
Amos, Sandra Mears, Isaiah Flias.
Wl LLIAM LOCKER'S commercial art pupils produce a silk screen poster of
the Beatles designed by Jim Noland.
Art pupils go lapidaryg Techoir sings opera
An Art Gallery at Tech? It's not impos-
sible, we do have a professional gallery,
backed by student work from our art
The most basic classes are Art I-Vlll,
craft art, commercial art, and sign painting.
Jewelry, photography, stage craft, metal
crafts, sculputre and art appreciation are
The vocational program is being empha-
sized more and more by the department.
It is possible to receive a vocational certif-
icate in commercial art, sign painting,
jewelry, and starting this year,
Perform! That's the word for Tech's
busy Music Department. With 1,050 pupils
enrolled in the various classes, the depart-
ment takes up almost all of the second
floor of the Cafeteria-Music Building.
There are ten performing groups, ranging
from the 90-member band to the 14-mem-
ber Burt Handbell choir. Besides providing
music for school programs, the musical or-
ganizations present a total of 150 outside
performances each year. To train mem-
bers, classes in chorus, orchestra, and band
are offered. Besides these standard music
courses, special classes such as music
appreciation, directing, and four years of
music theory are offered as career courses.
ELLEN ANN MOFFATT and Richard Guiden
work on Christmas posters in different languages.
ANNIE BEATY and Patty Meigs polish stones
for ornamental use in a lapidary project.
MISS MARION HAMILTON guidesSharon Ann
Jones through a step of her leather project.
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TECHOIR GIRLS rehearse the Indianapolis Symphony appearance. FRONT ROW: Toni Taylor,
Geneva Trotter, Libbi Michael, Andi Hunt, Chris Ping, Nancy Bottoms, Mary Wester, Debbie Hager.
SECOND ROW: lfaces showingl Sharon Barlow, Jodi Chastain.
TECHOIR BOYS loin soloists with the Symphony in the rousing chorus from CARMEN. Paul Wilson,
Kevin Brewer, Bart Petree, Tom Hickey, Dave Devitt, Doug Moore, Jim Allen, Edward White, soloist,
Jim Farrior, Jo Elyn McGowan, soloist, Mike Stanfield.
THE DAVE BAKER QUINTET performs in the Forum. Members are Dave Baker, string bass, Kim
Hutchcroft, sax: Phil Johnson, drums: Shelby Janes, piano: and Larry Wiseman, trumpet. The
performance was sponsored by Eli Lilly and Company.
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lead the Tech Band in a practice session.
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James Alstott help each other to adjust to Tech's
colorful new convertible band uniforms.
SOME STUDENTS WORK SITTING DOWN but Yvonne Hacker and Math teacher, shows them a special formula. Test time will find them back
George Williams take to the chalkboard as Betty Mansfield, their General at their seats with their books closed,
BOARD WORK in geometry is not boring when pupils work in teams.
PRACTICAL MATH pupils learn the art of pushing buttons to get an
' accurate answer.
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Pupils solve new problems with old figures
STUDENTS ponder over troublesome problems in General Math class while Mr. Hafize Shah,
exchange teacher from Pakistan, lends a hand.
Starting this year the lVlath Department
is offering three new courses, unified
math, applied statistics and senior arith-
metic. Although this program is a city
project, it was first originated at Tech.
Another change will be the one made in
the business math courses. The students
will be working with new materials such
as workbooks and worksheets. A time
schedule will be worked out dividing class
time into two sections. The first half will
be for discussion while the last half will
permit the student to work out the actual
problems. Through the efforts of the
faculty and students, Tech will truly earn
a reputation as a progressive school ac-
cording to John Stoeckinger, department
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GARY RAIDY and Rose Mindach get down to the nitty gritty of zoology, hoping to find a hidden
pearl in their specimen mussel.
LOOKING LIKE PROFESSIONAL MICRO-
TECHNICIANS, Kyle Fort and Russell Nic-
hoalds study the development of an embryo in
Science pupils gather practical data
f'lS THE SECRET ON THE BOTTOM?" Debbie Hager, Clarence Dehoniesto and Sally Harding try
Who collects dust samples? The Physical
Science Department, that's who. Cooper-
ating for their second year with the Bureau
of Air Pollution, several students in the
chemistry and physics classes collected
dust samples and prepared reports to help
determine pollution in Indianapolis.
Advanced chemistry classes developed
techniques in qualitative and quantitative
analysis. Advanced physics pupils used so-
phisticated equipment including the laser.
Biology, too, can really be interesting,
especially for the advanced pupil. Making
slides for microscope study is a very in-
volved. and fascinating process. Embry-
ology deals with the development of un-
born organisms. The bacteriology pupil
may grow his own cultures. A good
memory and a bad nose are needed in
Biology IV, ninety-nine per cent of the
course involves dissecting.
IN MR. MAY'S CHEMISTRY lll CLASS, Russell Nichoalds, Karen Shewman, and Richard Bedwell join forces to measure the
hydrogen ion concentration of a solution.
FRONT ROW: Elliot Varnardo, Chris Wilson, Ron Phembly. SECOND ROW: Larry Meads, Mary Ann Thompson, and Gary Spradlin members of Mr. Tozer's
Physics I class "sweat it out."
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dents, the magnet stirrer does its thing, Marsha Morgan, Eugene Steele, and Norman Lower check, and even triple check their final weighings
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ROSENIARY FREEMAN looks over a piece of pastry she has just decorated, NIOSETTER HANDLE UTBKBS her millinarv Df0i9CT worthwhile, diSDlBVif19
making sure everything is right for Christmas. hats at the Hobby Show, then giving them for Christmas.
"ROCK A BYE, BABY." Girls in Nursing class learn how to is attended by Claudette O'NeaI, Janice Johnson, Judy Carrell,
place one in bed. Acting as the patient is Elizabeth Brooks. She and Gail Lawrence.
PRACTICAL EXPEFHENCE in food preparation includes dressing chickens
in Mrs. Natalie Ransom's class.
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VIVIAN REEVES demonstrates cutting a whole chicken as Sarah Massey
observes. The girls will be ready to help with Sunday dinner.
Tomorrow's homemakers prepare today
lf you would like to become a beautic-
ian, but are not really sure, take cosme-
tology. Cosmetology, open to all girls,
teaches good grooming and shows the girls
what the profession ofa beautician is like.
Girls also use new equipment for straight-
Cooking classes are called upon many
times to prepare and serve food for guests
who visit Tech for luncheon or tea.
The humming of sewing machines isn't
an unusual sound in sewing class. Girls
work earnestly to complete dream outfits
of their own creation.
Classes in child care and nursing give
training for practical experience in home-
making. Government pamphlets are used
Housing and Management and Com-
mercial Foods round out the Home Eco-
nomics Department curriculum.
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Sherry Davidson, Ira McAfee, Flita McFall, and Patricia Monday.
Tickets, tape fly as pupils play store
"Half-gallon milk, 5902 one dozen
doughnuts, 72d5 quart of orange juice,
39d. Looks like breakfast! Will that be
all, ma'am?" Common everyday talk has
now become a part of the Tech Way.
Room 15 in the Arsenal building has been
converted into a small-scale supermarket
to accomodate the Cashiering class new
this year to the Business Education
Department. Four of the latest models of
cash registers have been set up with shelves
and shelves of groceries surrounding them.
ln an effort to attract new cashiers and
clerks to the grocery business, members
of the Indiana Retail Grocers Association,
such as Stokely Van Camp, have supplied
the class with authentic containers. Also,
radio time has been bought to encourage
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Tech in the cashiering class.
The floor is covered with wall-to-wall
green carpet, and tables and chairs are
available for work not done with machines.
Books to aid students, and films on cashier-
ing are visual aids for the pupils enrolled.
The class is also offered in the Tech
Evening School Division.
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Debbie Coffman and Lester Trotter a chance to
watch an electronic computer do its thing.
RIGHT BELOW: As in all classes, book work
is required in Cashiering. Getting assistance from
William Peterson is Sandra Robertson while
Beverly Dicks and Rozetta Moore study in the
background. BELOW: Familiar to all is a gro-
cery checkout line, this one in Tech's new Cash-
iering class. After shopping, Mattie Martindale
gets checked out by Connie Green at the cash
register while Stephanie Moore sacks the items.
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KENNY WHITECOTTON tests his cutting torch
before getting down to business.
Mechani , metal workers acquire skills
ABOVE: Johnnie Pullen prepares to make a
mold pattern with the recently acquired 3-D
mill in his Patternmaking class. RIGHT: The
metal casting lbackgroundl is an exact copy of
the wooden pattern sitting in front of it.
"Would you like to have a solid steel
copy of an egg?"
Not so with Tech's Metal Trades De-
partment. With the new Bridgeport 3-D
Mill a machinist can copy any three-di-
mensional object in solid steel. This is
just a part of the story of what's happening
in the five metal trades shops. Courses are
patternmaking, described above, foundry,
casting metal objects, machining, making
very accurate parts, sheet metals, forming
ductwork and metal furniture, and weld-
ing, transforming two pieces of metal into
one. Any Techite interested in a high-pay-
ing vocation may prepare himself.
The Auto Aviation Department is one
of the busiest places on campus. Classes in
auto mechanics, auto body and aviation
are offered. Anyone interested in learn-
ing to put new fabric on an airplane or re-
build auto air conditioning systems will
find his place in this department. Other
skills developed are engine tune-up, body
painting and electrical work.
lndustry has lucrative positions waiting
for pupils holding the vocational certifi-
cate from this department. Sam Dudkow-
ski, department head, commented, "The
day of the shade tree mechanic is over.
You can no longer repair a car with a hair-
pin and screwdriver. Auto repair has
become a highly technical business."
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KELLY KINSER APPLIES the final coat of paint on a repaired fender in
his auto body class.
DONNIE CRABTREE, Ronnie Holt and Hugh Abel cover the wing of an
airplane they are reconditioning.
PHILLIP HARRISON INSTALLS insulation in
a small private plane.
JEFF BUCHANAN PUTS masking tape over
engine parts before he paints a repaired fender.
JEFF SEATON TESTS the fitting of a new
bumper in auto body shop.
BUILDING TRADES lays the sub-flooring for
the house they constructed.
Building, Electrical Trades create dream
MORRIS WOODS prepares tqtyrn the first THE iNvEN'rivENEss of the sfegeerafr class
Shovel Of dirt for the Student-built house as Mr- resulted in these decorations for the southwest
I-OHQSTIOYG and MY- MOYGF lOOk On- entrance of Treadwell Hall.,
For years pupils in the Building Trades
Department built houses in the shop, only
to tear them down and build again. Last
year, carpentry pupils built dog houses
and mini-barns for permanent use. This
year the dream of several years is realized:
the Building Trades Department has ac-
quired a plot of ground across Michigan
Street from the campus, and pupils are
constructing a house to be sold as a
Metal and Electrical Trades
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CURTIS COLWELL adjusts his instruments as
he tests a circuit for flaws.
DWIGHT SIMMONS, Richard Carmony, and
Thomas Zachary assemble a system during a
Surrounded by wires, switch boxes,
fuses, and the reading materials to make
this maze meaningful, elementaryelec-
tricity pupils learn simple wiring. They
then proceed to master more complicated
The advanced student electricians wire
up complicated switches in the early
stages, and later learn how to repair tele-
visions and radios. Classes give pupils
vocational and practical training.
FRONT, Leonard Russell. BACK, Kirby Smith, Vernon Pipkin, beginners JOE HALLINS and Robert Henderson check out a compressor in their
in electricity, find out the problems in wiring a circuit. refrigeration class.
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coldtype composition project are George Myers,
Robert Sapp, Terry Lowe, King Andrews, and
John Smith. BELOW: John Williams instructs a
mechanical drawing class using an overhead
PHILIVIORE HUTCHINS, Nathaniel Booker, Greg Buckley, Steven Grable,
and Sherry Clem of Harold Deem's class, do their work in the offset press
HAVING SEEN EXAMPLES on the overhead projector, members of John Williams' class strive to improve their work.
Printing, drafting teach varied vocations
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Last year the idea emerged to build a
house using only Techites as the builders.
To do this would take the co-operation of
every vocational trade to make the struc-
ture a real house with all the necessary
features. The first step in making the
dream come true was to put the idea on
paper. The advanced Architectural Draft-
ing class did this. Working under lVlr. Wood,
the class completed its part of the project
by transferring the ideas to paper and de-
signing the house. The designs were sent
to be blueprinted and distributed to the
various departments that would put these
ideas into a tangible form.
When pupils at Tech read their weekly
newspaper, they saw the results of the
newest printing techniques available. The
paper was produced by pupils in Tech's
large printshop. Equipment ranges from
handsetting cases used by beginning stu-
dents to the IBM tape-setting machines.
The CANNON newspaper comes off the
latest linotype equipment and is printed
on one of several offset presses.
The printshop also produces the forms
used in keeping records at Tech, the
English Drill Book for the English classes,
and various commercial jobs for non-
"l'VE GOT TO GET TO THE OTHER SlDE!" This message seems obvious as Mark Zachery "walks"
his way across the parallel bars in physical education.
HANGING SUSPENDED on a pegboard seems
to be a favorite activity of Willard Beard who
proves he has strength and a smile both.
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION IllG isn't a mandatory subiect, yet these girls seem to enjoy silly games as
Tonya Bruce, assistant, looks on. Q
Chin-ups, pull-ups, sit-ups, and now
peg-ups become a part of the boys' physi-
cal education world.
A pegboard becomes a mountain when
the only means of climbing it is to hang
onto a small peg and place another one in
a hole for progress upward. Counting helps,
as it is necessary to go from one to twenty-
four in numerical order.
Nleanwhile, on the other side of cam-
pus, girls participate in some of the
wackiest games when apparatus work is
put aside. Normally doing work on skills,
pupils enjoy games that imaginative physi-
cal education teachers dream up to relieve
tension and build better bodies.
Drill team cop title at invitational
BOYS DRILL TEAM MEMBERS Dean Myer, Michael Butchee, Dan Kurbursky, David Crabill, and
Charles Schultz execute an s-manual exchange.
GENEVA JONES, Priscilla Burris, Mary LaFara, Kathy Scarbrough, Melanie Morphew, and Terri
Wong perform a 42-count manual exchange.
The cadets of Tech's ROTC unit are
especially fortunate, for they have original
Civil War army barracks. This creates a
military atmosphere and a sense of historic
The purpose of the Reserve Officers
Training Corps is to teach young men to
become responsible soldiers when they
later enter the service. Cadets learn that
neatness, respect, and a good character
are important in military training as well
as in ordinary life.
Tech's ROTC is celebrating its fiftieth
anniversary this year. The unit now has
newly formed girls' drill and rifle teams.
Both drill teams have brought honor to
their school this year. At the North Cen-
tral Invitational Drill Meet, the Boys Drill
Team came in first place in exhibition and
squad drills. They were presented with
two trophies for their performance. The
Girls Drill Team came in third place, and
also received a trophy.
This year, Tech's ROTC had SFC Edde
Colley, a Vietnam veteran, added to the
staff of instructors.
CHARLES SCHULTZ and Michael Butchee ex-
ecute a straight-manual exchange during compe-
tition at the North Central Invitational drill meet.
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PR ESI DENT
SECR ETA R Y
TR EASUR ER
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cf I 9 0 VICE-PRESIDENTS RECORDERS SPONSORS
Miss Marguerite Hardy
Miss Janice Cooper
Miss Lois Sink
Mrs. Blanche Penrod
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Donna L. Adams
Doris J. Adams
Linda D. Allen
Robert Lee Allen
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Shirley C. Amis
Linda M. Amorez
Mark A. Anderson
Sharon A. Averitte
Cynthia Ann Bailey
Larry Alan Baker
Lloyd D. Bales
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during halftime at Homecoming.
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tip over. His "taIent" amused the crowd as he imitated
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paradise during the activities at' Homecoming.
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Elizabeth Ann Brooks
Carol J. Brown
Peggy S. Brown
John E. Bryant
Charlene L. Burgin
Elroy Burke, Jr.
James Burton, Jr.
Debra K. Butler
Jessie Ann Byrd
James Carey, Jr.
Judy M. Carrell
Christy L. Carter
Kent T. Clark
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begins his long journey on his tricylce, during roll room
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Danny lends many talents to senior scene
NOBODY . . . but nobody can hold a candle to
Danny Richardson at the Mardi Gras. Nothing
dampened his enthusiasm, either, as he helped
the Red Cross.
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HERE COME THE INDIANS! Here come the
Indiansl Danny holds a sculpture he made of his
grandfather who was a Sioux.
Delores Ann Colbert
Ida D. Coleman
Curtis Caldwell, Jr.
Linda Marie Cook
Debra Ann Cooper
Jackie A. Corsaro
Joyce M. Cotton
David L, Cox
Nancy Jean Creech
Susan L. Cutshaw
Harold E. Dalton
Karen E. Darland
Thomas M. Davie
Robert Davis, Jr.
Barbara Dean .
Justus M. Decher
Janet Lee Doll
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1970 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
COUNTER CLOCKWISE beginning front left: Linda S. Chapman, Toni L. Taylor, Cynthia L. Moore, Cynthia C. Lewis,
Cathy J. Rott, Linda D. Hall, Deborah K. Deckard, Carrie M. Brown, Jack B. Harmon, James D. Alstott, John A. Smith,
Harry E. Downing, Roger L. Stark, Sherman Harris, Victor C. Breland, Jerome Laker.
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Freida L. Driver
Mary A. Durrett
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Margaret M. Etheridge
Patrick T. Finnigan
James E. Folsom
Phyllis A. Folsom
Jimmie Lee Ford
Barbara K. Foster
Steve Vincent Funke
Steve W. Funke
Candida Marie Garza
Richard J. Gibson
Larry J. Goergen
Jerry Wayne Gordon
Terry D. Gordon
Mozell Gowdy, Jr.
Jill Lynn Grady
Kathy J. Graves
Debra Ann Green
Laura A. Green
Larry W. Grubb
PROM COMMITTEE-FRONT ROW: Toni Taylor, Cynthia Moore, Cynthia Lewis, Carrie Brown. SECOND ROW: Harry
Downing, John Smith,tJack Harmon.
Prom Committee ponders dance plan
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Willie M. Hawkins
Maurice A. Heitzman
lris A. Henderson
Kathy S. Herrington
Mike R. Hill
Diana L. Hodges
Clayton J. Hogston
Teryl A. Holder
Getsy A. Hopkins
Diana J. Howard
Jerry L. Hubert
Ricky A. Hughett
Sharon Kay Humphrey
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Shaw YEHS 0'-If 009 Of the new Chef-BVS loud and Chapman, through a chilly game in Tech's Karen Shewman got a few laughs with her track
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Charles E. Jackson
Nora M. Jackson
Clarence W. Johnson
Dianna K. Johnson
Francine E. Johnson
G. Stephen Johnson
Cheryl Diane Jones
Frank E. Kendrick
Betty Ruth Kinnel
Jeanie A. Kinney
Dan E. Kurbursky
Michael E. Lewis
GIFT COMMITTEE: Linda Hall, Debbie Deckard, Jerome Laker, Victor
Breland, Cathy Rott, Jim Alstott, Roger Stark.
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Gloria J. Mack
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CONVOCATION COMMITTEE-FRONT ROW: Margo Ransom, Chris
Copeland, Carol Brown. SECOND ROW: Steve Wilson, Marsha Morgan.
Not pictured, Marilyn Isbell.
Stephen M. Marrow
Rex Allen Marshall
Alecia M. Martin
Daniel Lee Maxwell
Patricia Ann Meigs
Norma J. Middlebrook
Janet L. Middleton
Sylvia A. Milam
Donna Carol Miller
Georgia L. Miller
Kathleen J. Miller
Larry E. Miller
Marcia E. Miner
Donna J. Minton
Barbara L. Moore
Brenda S. Moore
Mattie Jean Moore
Noe A. Moraley
Marsha Rae Morgan
George R. Meyers
Russell Nichoalds, Jr
Peggy Lee Nickels
Tommie Odom, Jr.
Curt D. Owsley
Roger A. Payne
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FLAMING SCHISHKEBAB? No, Jackie's baton is on
fire! Her halftime show proved very hot!
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Carol Sue Perry
Pamela K. Pettigrew
Nancy M. Phelps .
Pamela K. Phillips
Jack L. Phoenix
Charles D. Pierce
J. Christine Ping
Becky L. Plummer
Brenda S. Polvadore
Terry L. Posey
Janet L. Powell
John H. Pryor
Diana L. Puckett
Johnny J. Puckett
Johnnie A. Pullen
Annie P. Pulliam
Candace G. Purvis
Linda S. Ouackenbush
William C. Ouackenbush
A. Jean Quarles
Jacqueline L. Rackley
Colors Vcspcrs active emor committee
Glenn S. Rady
Rex R. Rainbolt
Jerrie S. Ramage
Margo R. Ransom
James R. Ray
Pamela Jo Reed
Karol D. Reid
Mary A. Reneau
Bobbie J. Reynolds
Debra D. Reynolds
Freida J. Rice
James M. Richards
Herman E. Richardson
Diana K. Ripberger
Barbara J. Robertson
Charles Fl. Robinson
Jacqueline D. Robinson
Anna R. Roth
Raymond J. Ruffin
Bonita A. Rush
Joe M. A. Rush
Phyllis D. Rush
Agnes M. Russell
Deborah E. Ryle
Robert W. Sapp
Kathy A. Scarbrough
Carlene C. Schiller
Catherine A. Schowengerdt
Norman L. Scott
Paul R. Scott
Janice L. Scurlock
Leroy Seats, Jr.
R. Kay Sells
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COLORS COMMITTEE-FRONT ROW: Geneva Trotter, Janice Brown, Carolyn Hand,
SECOND ROW: Linda Chronis, Marcia Miner, Nancy Phelps.
VESPERS COMMITTEE-FRONT ROW: Diana Wright, Linda Quackenbushg SECOND ROW:
Ron Buses, Steve Johnson, Daniel Maxwell. Not pictured, Karen Darland.
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Michael P. Snow
Linda Joy Spaw
John R. Spears
Mary F. Spencer
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Diane K. Stiffler
Lydia A. Strong
John D. Taft
Andrew R. Taylor
Lillie M. Taylor
Thomas R. Taylor
Tomye J. Taylor
Nancy K. Tedrow
Marcia A. Terry
Carole L. Thomas
Larry R. Thomas
Leslie M, Thomas
Patti L. Thomas
Terri J. Thomas
Stephen E. Thompson
Robert E. Thornburgh
Rose A. Thurman
Barbara J. Tillman
Deborah K. Tinsley
Cynthia R. Toran
Michael A. Trittipo
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ROW: Roger Payne, Fredrick Luten, Tim Couse. Not pictured, Michael Trittipo.
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DEBBIE DECKARD and Tim Couse are crowned king
and queen of the Military Ball.
Lester L. Trotter
Paul D. Troxell
Constance L. Tucker
George L. Turner, Jr.
Kathyrn C. Turner
Virginia D. Turner
Karen D. VanAuken
Betty J. VanDuyn
Anthony L. Vaughn
Honor, travel hi hlight senior year
MARK' WAGGONER was honored to represent Tech at the
LINDA QUACKENBUSH dances with a Tyrmean Bellamy Award Ceremony at Holyoke, Massachusettes.
during her summer trip to Europe.
Mark S. Waggoner
Evelyn C. Walker
Juanita M. Walton
Patricia A. Walton
Jordan E. Ware, Jr.
Linda L. Waters
Kenneth P. Weaver
Vicki L. Weber
Dennis R. Weeden
Robert C. Wells
Mary J. Wester
Chester A. Whitaker
Deborah L. Whitaker
Cynthia A. White
Larry L. White
William A. White
Sherman D. Whittington
Sampson Wilburn, Jr.
Andrew M. Wilks
Hazel L. Williams
Johnnie A. Williams
Annette D. Wilson
Cynthia D. Wilson
Linda K. Wilson
Lionell K. Wilson
Lynn S. Wilson
Patricia L. Wilson
Randall K. Wilson
Stephen L. Wilson
Paula L. Wimsatt
Bonita G. Winkle
Larry C. Winston
Karen L. Winters
ANDY TAYLOR AND Steve Wilson kick out the
jazz" as they "rock" Roll Room 300
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lyn Woodson as she entertains in Roll
Room 6. She continued undaunted and
the seniors found her quite comical.
Marsha Jo Witsman
Marcia E. Wood
Flay Milton Wood
Brenda D. Woodfork
.lefferey L. Woods
Rhonda L. Woods
Evelyn L. Woodson
David L. Wooldridge
va-' Carolyn Ann Worley
Marilyn Sue Worley
Barbara J. Worth
' Bruce Fl. Wright
Entertainment Committee coordinates activities
Diana Jo Wright
Diane L. Wright
Carol A. Young
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Deborah K. Zupan
Patricia A. Brown
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TECH LEGION-FRONT ROW: Cynthia C. Lewis, Rex Marshall, Dorothy
R. Panhorst, Nancy M. Phelps, Michael A. Trittipo, captains. Carol J,
Brown, Karen Darland, Harry E. Downing, commanders. SECOND ROW:
Brenda S. Polvadore, Diana Lynn Puckett, Linda S. Ouackenbush, Mary A.
Reneau, Frieda J. Rice, Cathy J. Rott, Robert W. Sapp, John R. Spears,
Roger L. Stark, Toni L. Taylor, Patti L. Thomas, Geneva Trotter, Lester L.
Trotter, Mark S. Waggoner, Vicki L. Weber, Mary J. Wester, Diana Jo
Wright.THlRD ROW: G. Stephen Johnson, Yvonne M. Johnson, Patricia S.
Jones, Robert J. Kares, Debra S. Kuykendall, Jerome Laker, Frederick B.
Luten, Patricia A. Luttrell, Daniel L. Maxwell, Donna C. Miller, Marcia E.
Miner, Marsha R. Morgan, LaCinda R. Orman, Henrietta M. Peterman. Mrs.
Marion Moore, Irene Rhodes, Floyd Tobrocke, Tech Legion Committee.
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S. Fagan, James W. Farrior, Kyle F. Fort, Teresa L. Freeman, Barbara J.
Frost, Robert E. Gladden, Marie E. Greene, Kurt D. Grindstaff, Linda D.
Hall, Jack B. Harmon, Bernard Harris,Sherman Harris, Kathy S. Herrington,
Stephanie E. lmel, Marilyn J. Isbell. Robert V. Belding, Tech Legion Com-
mittee Chairman. FIFTH ROW: James D. Alstott, Glenda C. Arnett, Michael
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COMMENCEMENT COMMITTEE-FRONT ROW: Linda Chapman Carrie
Brown, Cynthia Moore. SECOND ROW: Cathy Rott, Roger Stark Jerome
Laker, John Smith.
R. Baird, Richard B. Bedwell, Nancy C. Bell, Victor C. Breland Jerry R
Brewster, Ronald Fi. Buses, Judith M. Carrell, Marilyn E. Chambers Linda
S. Chapman, Linda K. Chronis, Linda D. Clelland, Anthony Covington
Susan Cutshaw, Robert E. Davis, Barbara A. Dean, Deborah K Deckard
Angela D. Dotson.
SENIORS gather at halftime to make a pyramid. CAVEGIRL Chris
Seniors strike poses for Sadie Hawkins
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Senior Roster I9 O
ALL GRADUATES have majored in English
AARON, DEBORAH: Social Studies!FTA, Red
Cross, History Club
ABELL, CARLA RENEE: Business Education,
Social Studiesflntramural Sports, Concert Club,
Band, Techoir, Girls Ensemble, SAO Represen-
ABERNATHY, CHARLES F.: Social Studies!
Chess Club, Drama-Speech Club, Radio Club,
Melodayres, Techoir, Band, Concert Club
ABNER, CECIL R.: Mathematics, Science, So-
cial Studies!Service Club, Track, SAO Represen-
tative, CANNON Weekly Staff
ABNEY, PATRICIA: Home Economics!GAA
ADAMS, DONNA LEE: Business Educations!
Music Club, Drama-Speech Club, GAA, Photog-
raphy Club, Service Club, Thespians, Concert
Band, SAO Representative
ADAMS, DORIS: Home Economics
ADAMS, EARLINE: Mathematics, Home Eco-
nomics, Social Studies
ADAMS, MICHAEL: Industrial Arts, Social
ALEXANDER, CYNTHIA R.: Social Studies!
ALLEN, DWIGHT: Industrial Arts
ALLEN, LINDA D.: Home Economics, Business
ALLEN, LINDA SUE: Business Education
ALLEN, REX: Business Education, Social Stu-
ALLEN, ROBERT LEE: Art, Business Edu-
cation!SAO Representative, CANNON agent
ALLEN, TEREASA L.: Home Economics, So-
ALLISON, JERRY L.: Auto-Aviation
ALSTOTT, JAMES D.: Mathematics, Printing!
Ouill and Scroll, Concert Band, CANNON Year-
book Staff, SAO Executive Board, Recorder
Senior Roll Room 190, Gift Committee, Enter-
AMIS, SHIRLEY C.: Business Education, So-
cial Studies!Music Club, History Club, Girls
Concert Club, Techoir
"YOU CAN'T GIVE ME A TlCKET!" says
Tricky Dicky. 'This is only a three-on-thefIoor."
AMOREZ, LINDA M.: Home Economics, So-
cial Studies!High School Red Cross Club, History
Club, Intramural Sports, Music Club, Concert
Orchestra, String Ensemble
ANDERSON, HARRIETT: Home Economics,
ANDERSON, MARK A.: Metal' Trades!lCT
ANDREWS, KING: Mathematics, Printing
APOSTOLAKlS,ANlTA S.: Home Economics!
CANNON agent, Nurses Aid
AR MS, CATHY: Business Education
ARNETT, GLENDA C.: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies!Future Teachers of
America, CANNON Yearbook Staff, SAO Repre-
AUSTIN, LARRY: Electrical Trades, Social
AVEFIETT, LEROY: Social Studies
AVERITTE, SHARON ARLENE: Business Ed-
ucation, Home Economics, Social Studies
AVERY, MARCIA ELAINE: Home Economics,
Mathematics!German Relations Committee, Y-
Teens, High School Red Cross Club, CANNON
Yearbook Staff, SAO Representative
BAILEY, CYNTHIA A.: Home Economics.
BAIRD, MICHAEL RAY: Mathematics, Sci-
ence, Social Studieslliey Club, Lettermen's Club,
Cross Country, Track, CANNON agent
BAKER, LARRY ALAN: Electrical Trades
BAKER, MARIE KATHLEEN: Business Edu-
cation, Mathematics, Social Studies!Concert Or-
chestra, CANNON agent, String Ensemble
BAKER, RONNIE L.: Art, Social Studies
BALDWIN, ROOSEVELT: Industrial Arts
BALES, LLOYD D.: Auto-Aviation
BAELARD, DEBRA S.: Art, Business Edu-
BANDY, MICHAEL EUGENE: Metal Trades!
BANDY, PATRICIA ANN: Business Education,
BARDWE LL, BARARA M.: Business Educa-
tion, Mathematics, Social Studies
BARFELL, MARJORIE J.: Business Education,
Foreign Language!SAO representative
BARGER, LONNY: Business Education!Drama-
Speech Club, ROTC Rifle Team
BARKER, SHERRY D.: Business Education,
BARLOW, SHARON S.: Home Economics, So-
cial Studies!Future Teachers of America, Girls
Ensemble, Techoir, SAO representative
BARNES, DALE MARIE: Home Economics,
BARNES, GALE H.: Building Trades, Social
BARNES, RONALD W.: Building Trades, So-
cial Studies!CANNON agent
BARNETT, JOAN M.: Home Economics, So-
BARTHOLOMEW, MICHAEL L.: Auto-Avi-
BARTLEY, BRENDA SUE: Business Educa-
tion, Social StudieslFrench Club, SAO repre-
BASS, JERRY N.: Mathematics, Social Studies!
Chess Club, Cross Country, CANNON agent
BATES, JAMES: Business Education, Drafting
BAUGH, MICHAEL E.: Social Studies!Baseball,
Football, Wrestling, SAO representative
BAXTER, KATHY S.: Home Economics
BEAMON, LYNDELL: Auto-Aviation
BEAR, DWIGHT ALAN: Art, social Studies
BEASLEY, SHARON LOUISE: Business Edu-
cation, Social StudieslDistributive Education,
High School Red Cross Club, Service Club, Y-
BEATY, ANNIE Y.: Social Studies!Y-Teens,
BEATY, ROBERT: Electrical Trades, Social
Studies!Basketball, Football, Track
BECKHAM, STEVEN G.: Art
BEDWELL, PERRY L.: Social Studies
BEDWELL, RICHARD B.: Mathematics, Sci-
ence, Social Studies
BEEVER, THERESA: Home Economics
BEGLEY, IDA: Business Education,SociaIStu-
BELL, DEANDRE' DENISE: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies!Future Teachers of
America, History Club, High School Red Cross
Club, Spanish Club, CANNON Weekly Staff
BELL, DIANNE S.: Home Economics, Social
Studies!Future Teachers of America
BELL, LESLIE JACOUELINE: Business Edu-
tion, Science!Future Teachers of America,
BELL, NANCY C.: Business Education, Social
BELL, WALTER: Business Education
BELLE, ELVIN L.: Electrical Trades, Social
BENNETT, STEPHEN LEWIS: Social Studies
BERRY, LINDA J.: Business Education, Social
Studies!CAN NON agent
BINGHAM, PAMELA: Art!Y-Teens
BISHOP, LIONEL C.: Building Trades
BISZANTZ, RICHARD C.: Electrical Trades,
Social Studies!CANNON agent
BLACK, RAMONA E.: Home Economics!ICT
Club, Concert Orchestra, SAO representative
BLACKWELL,SHERYL RAE: Business Educa-
BLEDSOE, DEBRA: Art, Social Studies
BOHANNON, CHESTER? Metal Trades
BONDS, SANDRA K.: Home Economics
BOOKER, DOROTHY A.: Business Education,
gfzrgie Economics!SAO representative, Music
BOOKER, GWENDALYN YVONNE: Social
Studies!Y-Teens, Service Club, CANNON agent,
SAO representative, SAO Executive Board
BOOKER, WILLIE: Auto-Aviation, Social Stu-
dies! Lettermen's Club, Basketball
BOSTICK, LEILA A.: Home Economics!Y-
BOWEN, JOYCE DIANE: Business Education,
Social Studies!Cannon agent, SAO representa-
BOWMAN, WILLIAM R.: Science, Social Stu-
dies!Key Club, Cross Country, Wrestling, Boys
Concert Club, Techoir
BRADLEY, BEVERLY G.: Business Education,
BRADLEY, DANIEL J.: Social Studies!Key
BRADLEY, REGINA: Business Education!Bell
Choir, Girls Concert Club
BRANNON, GERRY S.: Industrial Arts, Social
Studies!ROTC officer, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC
BREEDLOVE, EDDIE H.: Art!Art Club
BREEDLOVE, SANDY K.: Business Education,
BRELAND, VICTOR: Electrical Trades, Mathe-
matics, Science, Social Studies
BRENGLE, JEANIE M.: Home Economics, So-
BREWER, DEBBIE D.: Business Education, So-
cial Studies!Chess Club
BREWSTER, JERRY R.: Auto-Aviation, Social
Studies!Chess Club, ROTC officer, ROTC Rifle
Team, ROTC Color Guard
BRIMMAGE, ANNA M.: Business Education
BRIMMAGE, LAZE LL: Business Education,
Home Economics lsee Taylorl
BRINKER, PAUL: Metal Trades
BRINKLEY, JANEY E. IJANI: Home Eco-
BROWN, CARRIE: Foreign Language, Science,
Social Studies!Vice-President, Prom Committee,
BROWN, CORA LEE CLAYTON: Home Eco-
nomics!CANNON agent, SAO representatives
BROADNAX, RHONDA JEANNE: Business
Education!GirIs Concert Club '
BROOKS, ELIZEBETH ANN: Mathematics,
BROWN, CAROL JUNE: Mathematics, Music,
Social Studies!Prayer Circle, Bell Choir, Concert
Band, Concert Orchestra, Techoir, Convocation
BROWN, GARLAND: Auto-Aviation
BROWN, JAMES L.: Social Studies!Art Club,
History Club, Music Club, Boys Concert Club,
BROWN, JANICE EILEEN: Foreign Language,
BROWN, LEONA GAYLE: Social Studies
BROWN, PEGGY SUZANNE: Business Educa-
BRYANT, JOHN ERIC: Mathematics, Printing,
Social Studies!JCL, Printing Club, SAO repre-
BUCHANAN, RONALD L.: Auto-Aviation, So-
BUCKLEY, GREGORY: Printing, Social Stu-
BUCKNER, BRENDA: Home Economics
BUFORD, HOWARD L.: Auto-Aviation!Basket-
BURGIN, CHARLENE LOIS: Social Studies
BURGIN, CHARLES: Drafting, Mathematics!
ROTC Rifle Team
BURKE, ELROY: SocialStudies!ROTC officer,
Concert Band, Dance Band
BURNETT, JEAN LOUISE: Home Economics,
BURRIS, PRISCILLA: Home Economics, So-
cial Studies, Future Teachers of America, Y-
Teens, ROTC Officer, ROTC Sponsor, ROTC
Rifle Team, ROTC Girls Drill Team, Girls Con-
cert Club, CANNON agent, SAO representative
BURROWS, GERALD: Metal Trades
BURRUS, RONALD LEE: Building Trades!
BURTON, JAMES: Social Studies, Building
Trades! ROTC officer
BUSES, RONALD LEE: Drafting, Social Stu-
dies!Key Club, Lettermen's Club, Cross Country,
Track, SAO Executive Board
BUSIC, AUSTIN LEON: Social Studies!Drama-
Speech Club, Thespians, Boys Concert Club
BUSS, DIANA SUE: Art, Home Economics
BUTLER, DEBRA KAY: Home Economics, So-
BUTLER, DIANNA M.: Business Education
BUTLE R, RICKY ALLEN: Social Studies!Cross
Country, Track, CANNON agent
BUTLER, SHELIA A.: Business Education,
BYERS, EARL: Auto-Aviation
BYRD, JESSIE ANN: Business Education
BYRD, WILLIE BERNARD: Building Trades,
CABELL, PAME LA: Business Education, Social
CAGLE, JOE DENNIS: Industrial Arts
CAPIEN, RITA M.: Business Education
CAREY, JAMES W.: Electrical Trades, Mathe-
matics!lCT Club, History Club
CARRELL, JUDITH M.: Business Education,
Social Studies, SAO representative
CARROLL, ROY PIERRE: Building Trades!
Football, SAO Representative
CARTER, CHRISTY L.: Building Trades!Base-
ball, Wrestling, CANNON agent
CARTER, JOANN: Home Economics, Social
CARTER, JOHN W.: Building Trades
CARTER, RICHARD CLARK: Social Studies!
CASE LDEN, WILLIAM W.: Electrical Trades
CAVER, LORENZO: Auto-Aviation!Service
Club, ROTC officer, ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC
CHAMBERS, MARILYN ELAINE: Foreign
Language, Social Studies!Future Teachers of
America, Spanish Club
CHAPMAN, LINDA SUE: Music, Social Studies!
Human Relations Committee, Gymnastic Club,
Techoir, Girls Ensemble, Cheerleaders, SAO Ex-
ecutive Board, Junior Council, Senior Council,
Senior Commencement Committee
CHASTAIN, TERRY: Social Studies
CHRISTENSEN, IVAN G.: Mathematics, Sci-
ence, Social Studies!Human Relations Com-
mittee, SAO representative, Photography Club,
CANNON agent, CANNON Yearbook Staff
CHRONIS, LINDA: Art, Social Studies!Drama-
Speech Club, Thespians, Girls Concert Club,
Majorette Corps, SAO Executive Board
CLARK, KENT THOMAS: Social Studies!Key
Club, Lettermen's Club, Football, Basketball,
Track, Junior Council
CLAYTON, STEPHANIE: Social Studies!ICT
Club, History Club, Concert Orchestra
CLEARY, LONNIE: Social Studies!CANNON
CLE LLAND, LINDA D.: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies!Spanish Club
CLEM, PAULA J.: Home Economics, Social
COCHRAN, MIKE L.: Art
COFFMAN, SHARON: Business Education,
Social Studies!FTA, Bell Choir, SAO repre-
COLBERT, DELORES ANN: Social Studies!
GAA, Quill and Scroll, High School Red Cross
Club, CANNON Weekly Staff, CANNON agent
COLBERT, SHARON E.: Social Studies
COLEMAN, CAROLYN J.: Home Economics!
Music Club, Girls Concert Club
COLEMAN, DELORES IDA: Business Edu-
tion, Social Studies!DE, GAA, High School
Red Cross Club, School Service, SAO represen-
COLEMAN, MORRIS D.: Mathematics, Social
Studies!BasebalI, Concert Band
COLEMAN, CHARLES: Social Studies
COLLINS, TOM: Auto-Aviation!lCT Club
COLWELL, CURTIS JR.: Electrical Trades,
CONSTANTINE, BARBARA J.: Mathematics,
Social Studies!FTA, Speech Team, Exploratory
COOK, LINDA MARIE: Social Studies, Bus-
iness Education!French Club, Majorette Corps,
CANNON Yearbook Staff, SAO representative
COOK, PRIMUS: Business Education, Science
COOPER, DEBRA ANN: Home Economics!
COOPER, JACK: Auto-Aviation Concert Band
COOPER, PEGGY L.: Business Education, So-
COPELAND, CHRISTINIA K.: Foreign Lan-
guage, Science, Social Studies!Service Club,
CANNON Yearbook Staff, School Service, Sen-
ior Entertainment Committee, Senior Convoca-
COPPAGE, CONNIE SUE: Home Economics
CORNETT, PEGGY: Business Education, For-
eign Language, Social Studies
CORSARO, JACOUELINE A.: Mathematics,
Social Studies!Music Club
CORSARO, VIRGINIA: Mathematics, Social
Studies!CheerIeaders, CANNON agent, SAO re-
COTTON, GARY WAYNE: Electrical Trades,
Social Studies '
COTTON, JOYCE MARIE: Business Education,
Home Economics, Social Studies
COTHRON, JERRY D.: Auto-Aviation
COUSE, TIMOTHY A.: Mathematics, Social
Studies!Key Club, Football, ROTC officer,
ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC Drill Team, Senior
Cap and Gown Committee
COVEY, GARY LEE: Printing!Printing Club,
ROTC officer, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC Rifle
Team, CANNON agent
COVINGTON, ANTHONY: Art,SociaI Studies!
NFL, Lettermen's Club, Football, Track, Debate
Team, Speech Team
COWHERD IREYNOLDSI, PHYLLIS L.: Busi-
ness Education, Social Studies!Drama-Speech
Club, FTA, Debate Team, Speech Team, Explor-
COX, DAVID L.: Business Education, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies
COX, JOANN: Home Economics, Social Stu-
CRABILL, NOEL DAVID: Mathematics, Sci-
ence, Social Studies!Chemistry-Physics Club,
History club, Natural Science Club, Service Club,
Wrestling, ROTC officer, ROTC Drill Team
CREECH, NANCY JEAN: Home Economics!
School Service, SAO representative
CRENSHAW,JONATHAN D.: Electrical Trades,
Social Studiesflntramural Sports, Lettermen's
Club, Football, Wrestling '
CROPPER, SHIRLEY: Business Education
CROSS, SHARON: Home Economics!GAA
CUMMINS, KERRY W.: Auto-Aviation!CAN-
CUTSHAW, SUSAN L.: Social Studies!FTA,
High School Red Cross Club,.CheerIeaders, Girls
DALTON, HAROLD E.: Art, Mathematics, So-
DAMRON, ROY: Business Education, Social
DANIELS, PAULINE: Business Education,
Home Economics, Social Studies
DARLAND, KAREN E.: Foreign Language, So-
cial Studies!CheerIeaders, Girls Ensemble, Tech-
oir, SAO Executive Board
DARTY, CLARA JEAN: Business Education,
Social Studies!GAA, Y-Teens, SAO representa-
DAVIE, THOMAS M.: Drafting, Mathematics,
DAVIS, KEVIN: Building Trades, Social Stu-
dies!Concert Orchestra, Pep Band
DAVIS JR., ROBERT C.: Auto-Aviation, Math-
ematics!Let'termen's Club, Baseball, Wrestling,
Boys Concert Club
DAVIS, ROBERT E.: Foreign Language, Music,
Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club, JCL, Key
Club, Music Club, Quill 84 Scroll, Bell Choir,
Concert Orchestra, Melodayres, String E nsemble,
Techoir, CANNON agent, CANNON Yearbook
Staff, SAO representative
DAY, JAMES ALEXANDER: Industrial Arts,
DEAN, BABARA ANN: Mathematics, Social
Studies!GAA, Spanish Club
DECKARD, DEBORAH K.: Business Education,
Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies!
FTA, Quill 8: Scroll, Spanish Club, ROTC Spon-
sor, ROTC Girls Drill Team, Junior Council,
CANNON agent, SAO Executive Board, SAO
Representative, Senior Gift Committee, Record-
er Senior Roll Room 153
DECHER, JUSTUS M.: Science, Social Studies!
Printing Club, ROTC officer, Tennis, ROTC
Drill Team, Concert Orchestra, String Ensemble,
CANNON agent, Exercise in Knowledge Team
DEHONIESTO, CLARENCE: Business Educa-
DEUSSER, ROGER: Building Trades
DOBBS, PATRICIA ANN: Home Ecnomics
DOLL, JANET LEE: Home Economics, Social
Studies!Service Club, Concert Band, CANNON
Yearbook agent, SAO representative
DONELSON, JAMES I. JR.: Electrical Trades,
Social Studies!Cross Country
DORRIS, RICKY LEE: Art!CANNON agent
DOSS, LINDA SUE: Business Education, Soc-
HEY! WHAT DO YOU THINK you're doing anyway? Judy Carroll peeks out from under the bleachers
in the gym after being discovered by a photographer.
Senior Roster I 970
DOTSON, ANGELA DENISE: Business Edu-
cation, Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club, NFL
Debate Team, Speech Team, SAOrepresentative
DOUGLAS, JOAN: Business Education, Home
Economics!Judo Club, Y-Teens
DOWNING, HARRY E.: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!Key Club,
Lettermen's Club, Football, Wrestling,CANNON
Agent, Vice-President Senior Roll Room 153,
Senior, Prom Committee
DRINKUT. THOMAS A.: Metal Trades
DRIVER, FREIDA LYNN: Home Economics,
DUGGER, MARY DEBORAH: Art, Social
DURRETT, MARYALICE: Business Education,
EASLER, TONY: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies
EATON,STEVE: Social Studies!Baseball, Foot-
ECKERTY, SARAH: Business Education
EDWARDS, CARMEN: Business Education,
EDWARDS, DELIA M.: Business Education,
EDWARDS, JIM C.: Electrical Trades
ELLIOT, RICHARD: Foreign Language, So-
ELLIOT, ROBERT E.: Social StudieslSpanish
ELLIS, EARNESTINE L. ISMITHI: Home
Economics, Social Studies!Y-Teens
ENGLAND, BEBORAH ANN: Art, Business
Education, Social Studies
ESCH, PAULA: Art, Social Studies!Art Club,
Cheerleaders, Girls Concert Club, CANNON
ESPINOZA, PAULA MARIE: Business Educa-
tion, Foreign Language, Social Studies!French
Club, GAA, Natural Science Club, Spanish Club,
Senior Ring Committee
ETHERIDGE, MARGARET MARIE: Home
Economics, Social Studies!School Service
EVANS, JR., ALONZO: Auto-Aviation
EVANS, GEORGE: Metal Trades, Social Stu-
EVANS, JOETHEA: Business Education, Home
Economics, Social Studies
EVANS, WILDA MACHELL: Home Economics
EWING, PATRICIA ANN: Home Economics!
THE MODEST Lester Trotter utters his favorite
word, "People! " as he shows how 131 yearbooks
look. That was his winning record in the sales
Speech Club,JCL,NFL, Y-Teens, Debate Team,
FAGAN, JACALYN S.: Art, Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies!Art Club, Chemistry-Physics
Club, Drama-Speech Club, Natural Science Club,
Majorette Corps, Speech Team
FARRIOR, JAMES WILLIAM: Business Edu-
mation, Social Studies!Key Club, Boys Octette,
FARRIS, DONNA RUTH: Business Education,
Social Studies. Mathematics!Drama-Speech Club,
French Club, NFL, Y-Teens, Prayer Circle, Girls
Concert Club, Techoir, Debate Team, Speech
Team, SAO Representative
FARRIS, MARTHA A.: Home Economics!
Judo Club, SAO Representative
FINES, VICKY: Business Education, Foreign
Language!GAA, CANNON agent
FINES, GARY: Auto-Aviation!Wrestling
FINNIGAN, PATRICK THOMAS: Business Ed-
ucation, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!
Key Club, Boys Octette lAccompanistI, CAN-
NON Yearbook Staff
FLOERKE, LINDA: Business Education, So-
FOLSOM, JAMES E.: Business Education, So-
cial Studies!Football, SAO Representative
FOLSOM, PHYLLIS A.: Business Education,
Social Studies!SAO Representative
FORD, JIMMIE LEE: Electrical Trades, Mathe-
matics!Y-Teens, Concert Orchestra
FORD, LINDA N.: Social Studies!FTA, High
School Red Cross Club, CANNON WE'ekly Staff,
FORT, KYLE FREDRICK: Foreign Language,
Social Studies, Science, Mathematics!Drama-
Speech Club, Key Club, Lettermen's Club, NFL,
Basketball, Tennis, Junior Council, Boys Con-
cert Club, Techoir, Speech Team, CANNON
agent, SAO Representative
FOSTER, BARBARA K.: Home Economics,
Social Studies!FTA, Exploratory Teaching
FOSTER, BOBBIE JEAN: Business Education,
Home Economics!SAO Representative
FRAME, MICHAEL ROBERT: Drafting, Math-
ematics, Social Studies
FRANKLIN, BARBARA FAY: Business Edu-
cation, Social Studies
FRANKLIN, DONNA KAY: Business Educa-
tion, Home Economics
FRANKLIN, ROSALINDA: Home Economics!
Judo Club, Y-Teens, Service Club
FREEMAN, TERESA: Foreign Language, So-
cial Studies!FTA, Majorette Corps, CANNON
agent, CANNON Yearbook Staff, SAO Repre-
sentative, Exploratory Teaching
FROST, BARBARA J.: Business Education!
FUERTES, NELSON DAVID: Building Trades,
Social Studies!Concert Band
FULLEN, TERRY W.: Mathematics, Social
FUNKE,STEVEN VINCENT: Building Trades!
FUN KE,STEPHEN W.: Printing,Social Studies!
Art Club, Drama-Speech Club, Key Club, Let-
termen's Club, Printing Club, Baseball, Basket-
GAlNES,PEARLEEN: Business Education, So-
GARDNER, MAHERSHALL A.: Business
Education, Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club,
Spanish Club, Speech Team
GARRISON, LAWANDA: Business Education,
Home Economics!History Club
GARTIN, RENA ANTIONETTE: Home Eco-
GARZA, CANDIDA MARIE: Business Edu-
cation, Foreign Language
GAYLES, MARY LEE: Business Education,So-
GIBSON, RICHARD J.: Mathematics,Science,
GIBSON, ROSIE MAE: Home Economics
GIVENS, EARNESTINE: ' Home Economics,
GLADDEN, ROBERT EARL: Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies!Concert Band, Marching
Band, Brass Choir, SAO Representative
GLORE, DEBRA KAY: Business Education,
Home Economics!Majorette Corps
GOERGEN, LARRY J.: Printing,Social Studies
GORDON, ELLEN SUZANNQ Home Econom-
ics, Social Studies!School Service
GORDON, JERRY WAYNE: Building Trades!
ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC
GORDON, TERRY D.: Science!Service Club,
GOSS, FRANK: Mathematics, Science, Sociai
GOWDY JR., MOZELL: Art!BasebaIl, Cross
GRAB LE, STEVEN M.: Mathematics, Printing
GRADY, JILL LYNN: Home Economics, Soc-
GRAFF, THOMAS ALLEN: Drafting, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies!Service Club
GRANT, JAMES EVERETT: Drafting, Social
Studies!Key Club, Cross Country
GRANT, MARY: Foreign Language, Mathe-
matics, Music, Science, Social Studies!Drama-
Speech Club, History Club, Music Club,Quill 84
Scroll, Latin Club, CANNON Weekly Staff,
Girls Concert Club, SAO Representatives
GRAVES, KATHY JO: Social Studies
GRAVES, MARTHA A.: Social Studies
GREEN, ANTHONY: Industrial Arts
GREEN, DEBRA ANN: Business Education,
GREENE, JAMES P.: Auto-Aviation, Social
GREEN, JOHN D.: Auto-Aviation, Mathe-
matics, Science!Lettermen's Club, Golf, Concert
GREEN, LAURA ANN: Business Education!
GREEN, THERESA ANN: Mathematics, Social
GREENE, MARIE: Social Studies!Concert Band,
Concert Orchestra, CANNON Newspaper Staff
GRIGGS, DENNY: Business Education, Social
Studies!Lettermen's Club, Football, Track, SAO
GRIMES, HATTIE: Art
GRINDSTAFF, KURT: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies!Key Club, Ouill 81
Scroll, Golf, CANNON Yearbook Staff, SAO
GRUBB, LARRY W.: Auto-Aviation, Social
GULLEY, DENNIS MICHAEL: Business Edu-
cation, Social Studies
GUY, DEBRA: Business Education
GUYINN, GEORGE F.: Electrical Trades
HAAS, MARIKA: Foreign Language, Mathe-
matics, Science, Social Studies
HAHN, KATHLEEN J. IKATHYI: Social Stu-
HALE, KENNETH EDWARD: Auto-Aviation
HALEY, T. JEFFERSON: Building Trades
Mathematics, Social Studies!Judo, High School
Red Cross, Service Club, Baseball
HALL, LINDA D.: Foreign Language, Home
Economics, Social Studies!Future Teachers of
America, Exploratory Teaching, SAO Represen-
HALL, TERRY: Building Trades, Mathematics,
Social Studies!SAO Representative
HALL Ill, THOMAS E.: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!Lettermen's
Club, Cross Country, Wrestling
HAM, JOHN MICHEAL: Metal Trades, Social
Studies!Judo, High School Red Cross Club
HAMBRITE, ARTHUR JAMES: Social Studies
HAMILTON, CHAR LES R.: Business Education
HAMILTON, DELLA M.: Business Education,
HAMPTON, EVELYN M.: Business Education!
HAMPTON, LARRY J.: Building Trades, Social
HAND, CAROLYN: Mathematics, Social Stu-
dies!Majorette Corps, Girls Concert Club, CAN-
NON Weekly Staff, Senior Colors Committee
HARDESTY, DORTY: Business Education, So-
cial Studies!CANNON agent
HARDIMAN, ALMA: Business Education
HARMON, DAVID L.: Mathematics, Social
HARMON, JACK B.: Mathematics, Social Stu-
dies!Key Club, Lettermen's Club, Baseball, Bas-
ketball, Football, SAO Executive Board, Senior
Class Treasurer,Senior Prom Committee, Senior
HARP, ROSEANN: Home Economics!Photog-
HARPER, BRENDA: Business Education, Home
Economics, Social Studies!GAA, Service Club
HARPER, ROSE: Business Education, Home
Economics!High School Red Cross Club
HARPER, V. J.: Printing!Football, Wrestling,
HARRIS, BERNARD: Building Trades, Draft-
ing, Mathematics, Metal Trades, Social Studies
HARRIS, CHERYL L.: Home Economics
HARRIS, DONALD: Mathematics, Music
HARRIS, LINDA LOU: Home Economics,So-
HARRIS, SHARRON K.: Home Economics,
Science, Social Studies
HARRIS, SHERMAN: Printing, Social Studies!
HARRISON, PHI LLIP S.: Auto-Aviation
HARROLD, DEBBY: Business Education
HART, WILLIAM S.: Mathematics, Music, So-
cial Studies!Tennis, Melodayres, Techoir
HARTSON, DAVID R.: Printing!GoIf
HARWELL, RONNIE C.: Art, Social Studies
HATCHER, ESTHER R.: Business Education,
Foreign Language, Social Studies!lCT
HAWKINS, WILLIE MICHAEL: Business Edu-
HEATH, JODY M.: Home Economics
HEITZMAN, MAURICE A.: Drafting, Social
Studies!Chess Club, ICT Club, Drama-Speech
Club, XYZ Club
HELFRICH, WILLIAM V.: Foreign Language,
Social Studies!ROTC Officer
HELLMER, DAVID G.: Printing
HELMlCK,WALTER RANDAL: Auto-Aviation
HENDERSON, IRIS A.: Business Education,
Home Economics, Social Studies!GAA I
HENDERSON, LENISE: Home Economics,
Mathematics!Y-Teens, SAO Representative
HENDERSON, ROBERT T.: Electrical Trades,
Social Studies, Refrigeration!History Club
HENDERSON, TIMOTHY ALLEN: Art
HERRINGTON, KATHY SUE: Home Econom-
ics, Social Studies!Band
HICKEY, THOMAS LEE: Drafting, Music
Social StudieslKey Club, Lettermen's Club, Base-
ball, Basketball, Football, Track, Boys Octette,
Techoir, SAO Executive Board
HICKS, BENJAMIN LOUIS: Building Trades,
Drafting!WrestIing, CANNON agent
HICKS, JAMES ALLEN: Electrical Trades,
Music, Refrigeration!Boys Concert Club, CAN-
HILL, ALVENE: Business Education, Home
HILL, EUGENIA: Business Education, Home
HILL, MICHAEL ANDREW: Auto-Aviation
HILL, MICHAEL: Business Education, Mathe-
matics, Science, Social StudieslKey Club, Wres-
HITE, ROBERT EUGENE: Foreign Language
HODGE, DEBRA KAY: Business Education,
HODGE, TERESA LYNN: Business Edu-
cation, Home Economics
HODGES, DIANA LYNN: Business Education,
Social Studies!DE, Drama-Speech Club, Girls
Concert Club, SAO Representative
HOGAN,WlLLARD LEE: Art, Drafting, Math-
HOGSTON, CLAYTON JERRY: Electrical
HOLDER,TERYLALYENE: Foreign Language,
Social Studies!Music Club, Spanish Club, Melo-
HOLLINS, JOSEPH SAMUEL: Electrical
HOLLOWAY, ULYSSES LARRY: 'Auto-Avi-
HONEYCUTT, CHARLES E.: Science, So-
cial Studies!FootbaII, Golf, Wrestling, SAO
HOPKINS, GETSY A.: Business Education,
Mathematics, Social Studies!Y-Teens, Cheer-
leader, CANNON Staff, SAO Executive Board
HORNE, LARRY: Auto-Aviation, Metal Trades
HORTON, MILTON: Electrical Trades, Music!
HOSKINS, FREDERICK: Electrical Trades,
HOSKINS, KIM K.: Drafting, Mathematics,
HOUGLAND, REBECCA: Art!GAA, Music
Club, CANNON agent, CANNON Yearbook Staff
HOUSE, DAVID: Art!Boys Concert Club
HOUSER, KARLYN: Art, Social Studies!lCT
Club, SAO Representative
HOWARD, DIANA: Art, Home Economics
HOWARD, PATRICIA: Business Education,
Social Studies!History Club, NF L, Speech Team,
CANNON Weekly Staff, SAO Representative
HUBER, MARCIA: Business Education, Home
HUBERT, GERALD L.: Welding
HUDSON, SANDRA KAY: Business Education,
Social Studies!GAA, SAO Representative
HUGHES, ISAAC M.: Auto-Aviation!Music
HUGHES, JAMES M.: Social Studies
HUGH ETT, RICKY ALLAN: Electrical Trades,
HUMPHREY,SHARON K.: Business Education!
Y-Teens, CANNON Agent, SAO Representative
HUTCHERSON, EARL J.: Auto-Aviation, So-
HUTCHERSON, LARRY W.: Building Trades,
JOHNSON, IVORN: Home Economics, Social
JOHNSON, JANICE: Home Economics, Social
JOHNSON, JEROME: Building Trades, Social
JOHNSON, ME LVIN L.: Electrical Trades,So-
cial Studies!lCT Club L
JOHNSON, MICHEAL D.: Auto-Aviation,
Drafting, Mathematics, Social Studies
JOHNSON, STEPHEN: Business Education,
Mathematics, Social Studies!Vespers Committee
JOHNSON, YVONNE: Social Studies!Service
Club, Y-Teens, SAO Representative, CANNON
JONES, CHERYL DIANE: Art
JONES,JENNlFER: Home Economics!Y-Teens
JONES, KATHY: Business Education, Social
JONES, LEONARD R.: Mathematics, Social
JONES,PATRICIA: Business Education, Social
Studies!DE, Drama-Speech Club
JORDON, DEWITT: Drafting, Mathematics!
JUDKINS, JEANETTE R.: Home Economics!
ICT, CANNON Yearbook Staff
KAMMERLlNG,CALVlN: Social Studies!Boys
KARES, ROBERT J. D.: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!Chemistry-
Physics Club, German Club, SAO Representative,
PRINCIPAL LONGSHORE, Mayor Lugar, Tom Hickey, and Ernest Medcalf pose after Mayor Lugar
presented Tom the award for all-city defensive end. It was a proud moment for Tom and Tech.
HUTCHERSON, OMEGA: Home Economics,
Social Studies!GAA, SAO Representative
IMEL, STEPHANIE E.: Home Economics,
Science, Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club,
Speech Team, SAO Representative
IROY, CHARLES: Building Trades
ISRAEL, JEANNE L.: Business Education,
Mathematics, Social Studies!DE, CANNON a-
IJSIBELL, MARILYN JOYCE: Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies!History Club, Natural Sci-
ence Club, ROTC Sponsors, SAO Representa-
tive, CANNON agent
JACKSON, CHARLES EDWARD: Home Eco-
nomics, Social Studies, Mathematics
JACKSON, DONALD: Electrical Trades, Math-
ematics, Social Studies
JACKSON, NORA M.: Business Education!DE,
JAMES, ANNA: Home Economics
JENKINS, GORDON M.: Building Trades
JOHNSON, ALFORD: Home Economics
JOHNSON, CLARENCE W.: Mathematics, Sci-
ence, Social Studies!French Club, Concert Band,
JOHNSON, DIANNA KAY: Business Educa-
tion, Home Economics!GAA, Concert Band
JOHNSON, FRANCINE ELAINE: Business Ed-
ucation, Home Economics
DURING A PRACTICE SESSION of the Girls
Ensemble, Lydia Strong awaits her cue.
KARR, KATHY A.: Home Economics, Social
KEEFE, PAUL D.: Mathematics, Science, So-
cial Studies!Drama-Speech Club, NFL, History
Club,Thespians, German Club, Football, Debate
Team, Speech Team
KELLER, MARVIN: Auto-Aviation
KELLEY,STEVEN: Art!Chess Club
KEMP, MARIA: Home Economics!SAO Repre-
KENDALL,VICKIE: Business Education, Math-
ematics, Social Studies!French Club, Service
Club, Maiorette Corps, Cannon Agent, SAO
KENDRICK, FRANK EDWARD: Business Ed-
ucation!Drama-Speech Club, History Club, Let-
termen's Club, Service Club, Baseball, Basket-
KENNEDY, FREDERICK: Business Education
KERR, GARY: Auto-Aviation!History Club,
Boys Concert Club
KEYS, LONNIE S. L.: Business Education,
Social Studies!Human Relations Committee
KIESLER, DONALD: Electrical Trades!Hu-
man Relations Committee
KILLEBREW, DEBORAH E.: Home Econo-
mics!High School Red Cross Club, Debate Team
KING, BYRON: Industrial Arts
KINNEL, BETTY RUTH: Home Economics,
KlNNEY,JEANIE A.: Art, Business Education,
Social Studies!JCL, Y-Teens, Drama-Speech
Club, Speech Team, SAO representative
RITA CAPIEN is measured for cap and gown
for June graduation.
KIRK, HERSCHEL: Electrical Trades, Social
KOE RS, GREGORY: Mathematics, Social Stu-
KITTS, MARY K.: Business Felucation, Home
Economics, Social Studies!Serx e Club
KOFAS, JAMES: Building Trades
KUGELMAN, JAMES: Drafting, Mathematics,
Social Studies!lCT Club, Basketball, Football
KURBURSKY, DAN E.: Auto-Aviation, Social
Studies, ROTC!Chemistry-Physics Club, History
Club, ROTC Officers Club, ROTC Drill Team,
ROTC Officers, ROTC Color Guard
KUYKENDALL, DEBRA S.: Social Studies!
NFL, French Club, Quill 81 Scroll, Drama-
Speech Club, Music Club, Girls Ensemble, Tech-
oir, CANNON Yearbook Staff
LAKER, JE ROME: Drafting, Mathematics!
Cross Country, Track, Wrestling, Recorder-7,
LAMBERT, BRUCE W.: Social Studies!Dance
Band, Concert Band, Concert Orchestra, CAN-
NON Yearbook Staff
LAMBERT, LARRY D.: Mathematics, Science,
Social Studies!Chess Club. Concert Band
LANGE, BRENDA F.: Business Education
Home Economics, Social Studies!Y-Teens
LANTRIP, MICHAEL W.: Building Trades
LASWE LL, JACOUELINE: Music, Social Stu-
dies!Drama-Speech Club, Concert Orchestra,
Speech Team, CANNON agent
LAWRENCE, DORIS E.: Home Economics, So-
LAWRENCE, ROSHELLA F.: Home Economics
LAY, EDWARD L.: Building Trades
LECCLIER, DENNIS B.: Printing, Social Stu-
dies!Printing Club, Photography Club, Intra-
mural Sports, Music Club, Tennis, Wrestling
LEE, CHERYL ANNE: Home Economics, So-
cial Studies!GAA, Intramural Sports, Y-Teens,
SAO Representative, CANNON agent
LEWIS, CYNTHIA CAROL: Music, Social Stu-
dies!OuiIl 84 Scroll, Drama-Speech Club, SAO
Executive Board, Girls Ensemble, Cannon Weekly
Staff, Techoir, Girls Concert Club, Vice-Presi-
dent, Senior Roll Room 7, Senior Prom Com-
LEWIS, MICHAEL F.: Auto-AviationlCAN-
LINVILLE, KELLIE K.: Home Economics!
LIPE, DEBRA: Business Education, Home Eco-
LITTLE, DAVID C.: Mathematics, Social Stu-
dies!Lettermen's Club, Wrestling
LOFTON, GENE: Auto-Aviation!BoysConcert
LOFTON,STEVE: Building Trades, Social Stu-
LOHMAN, THOMAS M.: Auto-Aviati.on, Social
Studies!BasketbalI, Football, Wrestling
LOMAR, JAMES A.: Building Trades, Social
Studies!Cross Country, Wrestling, Track
LONG, ANTHONY: Business Education, Math-
ematics, Social Studies!Concert Band, Dance
Band, Concert Orchestra
LONG, CLARK MITCHELL: Social Studies!
Drama-Speech Club, History Club, Intramural
Sports, Service Club, Thespians, Football, Wres-
tling, Speech Team, CANNON agent
LOUX, KEVIN: Science, Social Studies!Letter-
men's Club: Baseball, Basketball
LOVE, FORESTENE: Home Economics, Social
Studies!FTA, GAA, Judo, Music Club, High
School Red Cross Club, Service Club, SAO
Executive Board, SAO Representative
LOWE, TERRY: Printing!lCT Club, Printing
LUDWIG, BARBARA J.: Mathematics, Social
Studies!History Club, Music Club, Girls Con-
cert Club, Speech Team, CANNON agent, SAO
LUTEN, FREDERICK: Mathematics, Science,
Social Studies!Human Relations Committee,
Judo,JCL, Lettermen's Club, Basketball, Track,
ROTC Officers, Senior Cap and Gown Commit-
LUTTRELL, PATRICIA: Social Studies!FTA,
History Club, High School Red Cross Club
McCLARD, MAXE LEE: Business Education
McCLELLAN, KAREN: Business Education,
McCLUNG,JAMES E.: Building Trades, Mathe-
matics, Science!ROTC Officers, ROTC Rifle
Team, ROTC Drill Team
MCCLURE, JUDITH: Home Economics
McDONALD, KRISTINE: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies!Music Club, High
School Red Cross Club, Concert Band, Girls En-
McDOWELL, JOHN: Building Trades, Science!
McGEE, ALICE: Home Economics!GAA
McGEE, WALTER M.: Building Trades
McGUIRE, MARLENE ANN: Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies!GAA, History Club, Judo,
JCL, Music Club, High School Red Cross Club,
Service Club, Y-Teens I
McKNIGHT, PATRICK H.: Auto-Aviation!
Basketball, Football, Track
McREYNOLDS, JAMES R.: Art, Foreign Lan-
guage, Social Studies .
MACK, GLORIA J.: Business Education, Social
Studies!DE, History Club, High School Red
MAHON, DEWAYNE I-I.: Building Trades!
History Club, ROTC Officers Club, ROTC Drill
Team, ROTC Color Guard, CANNON agent
MANN, CLIFFORD ALLEN: Social Studies!
Service Club, Key Club, Prayer Circle, CANNON
agent, SAO Representative
ZIIANNING, THOMAS HOWARD: Social Stu-
MANSFIELD, CHARLES H.: Building Trades,
Mathematics! Football, Wrestling
MANSFIELD, VELORA: Business, Home Eco-
MARROW,STEPHEN M.: Printing!Chess Club,
Printing Club, Pet Care Club, Wrestling, Tennis,
MARSHALL, DEBORAH D.: Business Educa-
tion!Drama-Speech Club, NFL, Speech Team
MARSHALL, REX ALLEN:. Art,SociaI Studies!
Lettermen's Club, Wrestling, Football, Track,
SAO Executive Board
MA RTIN, ALECIA M.: Business Education, So-
cial Studies!Majorette Corps
MARTINDALE, MATTIE W.: Art,SociaI Stu-
dies!GAA, History Club, Y-Teens, Spanish Club
MASSIE, DAVID C.: Industrial Arts, Social
MAXWELL, DANIEL LEE: Electrical Trades,
Mathematics, Social Studies!FootbaII, Tennis,
Wrestling, CANNON agent, Vespers Committee
MAXWELL, PAMELA: Social Studies!Art Club,
Chemistry-Physics Club, Drama-Speech Club,
GAA, History Club, Natural Science Club, Pho-
tography Club, High School Red Cross Club,
Spanish Club, Y-Teens. SAO Executive Board
MAYO, TIMOTHY D.: Building Trades!SAO
MAYS, FRANKIE L.: Masonry
MEDCALF, MICHEAL L.: Metal Trades
MElGS,.PATRlClA A.: Art, Social Studies!
MICKLE, CLAUDE T.: Social Studies!Letter-
men's Club, Basketball, Football, Track
MIDDLEBROOK, NORMA J.: Business Edu-
cation!DE, Senlice Club, CANNON agent
MIDDLETON, JANET L.: Foreign Language,
Social Studies!School Service
MILAM, SYLVIA A.: Art!Drama-Speech Club,
GAA, History Club, Service Club, Thespians, Y-
Teens, Girls Concert Club, Speech Team
MILLER, DONNA C.: Business Education,So-
cial Studies!lCT Club, Service Club, Jr. Council,
Majorette Corps, SAO Representative
MILLER, GEORGIA L.: Foreign Language!
Spanish Club, Y-Teens, SAO Representative,
MILLER, HARRY M.: Building Trades
MILLER, KATHLEEN J.: Business Education,
Social Studies!FTA, Concert Club
MILLER, LARRY E.: Electrical Trades!Base-
ball, Cross Country, Basketball, Football, Golf,
Tennis, Track, Wrestling
MILLS, STANLEY: Auto-Aviation, Social Stu-
DONNA MINTON poses after receiving replicas
of a diploma and cap in Roll Room 7 spoof.
MINER, MARCIA E.: Business Education, So-
cial Studies!Jr. Council, CANNON agent, SAO
Representative, Colors Committee
MINTON, DONNA J.: Art, Business Education
MITCHELL, JAMES E.: Auto-Aviation
MITCHELL, JOANN: Business Education
MITCHELL, STEVE: Business Education, So-
MITCHELL, TERRY L.: Drafting
MONTGOMERY, CONNIE: BusinessEducation,
Home Economics, Social Studies
MONTGOMERY, PATRICIA: Social Studies!
GAA, Concert Orchestra
MOODY, PATRICIA ANN: Art
MOORE, BARBARA L.: Social Studies!CAN-
NON agent, SAO Representative
MOORE, BRENDA S.: Art!GAA, Girls Con-
MOORE, C..DAVlD: Art
MOORE, CINDY: Business Education, Social
Studies!GAA, Judo, Senior Class President
MOORE, MATTIE JEAN: Home Economics
MOORE, RUZETTER: Home Economics, So-
MOORE,STEPHANIE: Business Education, So-
MORALEZ, NOE A.: Business Education
MORAN, DANIEL F.: Building Trades, Social
MORGAN, MARSHA RAE: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!Speech
Club, NFL, Debate Team, Exploratory Teach-
ing, Speech Team, Concert Band, CANNON-a-
gent, Senior Convocations Committee, Senior
MORAN, MARY ANN: Home Economics
MORPHEW, MELANIE GAY: Business Edu-
cation, Mathematics, Social Studies!History Club,
Music Club, ROTC Sponsor, ROTC Girls Drill
Team Commander, Concert Orchestra
MORROW, DAVID J.: Social Studies!ArtClub,
FTA, Key Club, Lettermen's Club, Radio Club,
MOSIER, LINDA: Business Education, Social
Studies!Art Club, Techoir, Girls Concert Club
MOSS, RONNIE: Social Studies
MUNN, GLENDA: Business Education!French
Club, Service Club
MURDOCH, TERRENCE R.: Mathematics,
MYER, DEAN: Mathematics, Social Studies!
ROTC Officers Club, Track, ROTC Officer,
ROTC Drill Team
MYERS,GEORGE R.: Printing, Social Studies!
Track, Concert Band
NEAL, BARBARA: Home Economics, Social
NEAL, CARREY R.: Auto-Aviation, Business
Education, Science!Track, Cross Country, Bas-
NICHOALDS, RUSSELL T., JR.: Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies!Key Club, Golf, SAO
NICKELS, PEGGY LEE: Business Education,
NUSSBAUM, MIKE: Aviation
OAKLEY, JAMES, JR.: Drafting, Mathematics
Social Studies!Lettermen's Club, Track, Foot-
ball, Wrestling, CANNON agent, SAO represen-
OAKLEY, JOHN: Foreign Language, Math,
Science, Social Studies
ODOM,TOMMIE L. JR.: Industrial Arts!ROTC
School Service, ROTC Officer, ROTC Drill Team
OLIVER, RICHARD: Foundry!Natural Science
O'NEIL, DAN: Auto Trades, Mathematics, So-
ORMAN, LACINDA ICINDYI: Mathematics,
Social Studies!Chemistry-Physics Club, Radio
OWENS, DON: Auto Trades
OWENS, MOSIEZELL: Metal Trades
OWSLEY, CURT DEXTER: Auto Trades
PALMORE, GLENDA: Business Education!
Y-Teens, FTA, History Club
PANHORST, DOROTHY IDOTTIEI: Business
Education, Mathematics, Social Studies!FTA,
Spanish Club, Library Assistant, ROTC Sponsor,
ROTC Girls Drill Team, SAO Executive Board
Senior Roster I9 O
TERRI FREEMAN gives a big grin before her
performance with other majorettes at halftime.
PARHAM, JUDY: Business Education, Social
PARISH, FRED: Electrical Trades
PARKER, JEFF: Business Education
PARKER, KATHRYN IKATHYI: Business Ed-
ucation, Social Studies!French Club, ICT Club
PARKER, MARY: Home Economics
PATE, CLARENCE LEONARD: Industrial
PAYNE, ROGER ANTHONY: Painting and
Decorating!Lettermen's Club, Baseball, Football,
PECK, GWEN: Business Education, Foreign
Language, Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club,
PENCE,TOM: Building Trades
PENDER, DON: Auto Trades
PERKINS, JAMES, JR.: Business Education,
Social Studies!Track, Cross Country, Boys Con-
PERRY, CAROL S.: Home Economics
PETERMAN, HENRIETTA M.: Business Edu-
cation!Drum Major, Marching Band, Concert
PETERSON, DIANA: Social Studies
PETTIGREW, PAMELA: Business Education,
Home Economics!CANNON agent
PHELPS, NANCY: Mathematics!FTA, Explor-
atory Teacher, SAO Representative, Senior Co-
PHILLIPS, CARL: Art
PHILLIPS, PAMELA: Foreign Language, Math-
ematics, Science, Social Studies!Drama-Speech
Club,Thespians, Concert Orchestra,SAO Repre-
PHOENIX, JACK: Building Trades
PIERCE, CHARLES DAVID: Mathematics, So-
PIERCE, MICHAEL R.: Business Education,
Social Studies!Human Relations Committee,
Techoir, Boys Concert Club, SAO Representa-
PING,JUDITH C. ICHRISI: Business Education,
Social Studies!Girls Concert Club, Techoir,
PLUMMER, BECKY: Foreign Language, Math-
ematics, Social Studies!FTA, Exploratory Teach-
er, SAO representative
POLIVICK, PATRICIA J.: Business Education,
Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club
POLK, STEVE: Electrical Trades
POLVADORE, BRENDA: Home Economics,
Social Studies!FTA, Music Club, Exploratory
Teacher, SAO representative
POSEY, TERRY LEE: Auto Trades
POSTON, BRUCE: Machine Shop
POUNDS, SAMUEL L.: Auto Trades!Baseball,
Wrestling, SAO representative N
POVINELLI, JOSEPH: Auto Trades, Mathe-
POWELL, JANET L.: Business Education!
French Club, Red Cross Club, CANNON agent,
PRICE, KAREN L.: Business Education
PRICE, MICHAEL L. IMIKEI: Social Studies
PRIDDY, LINDA L.: Business Education
PRYOR, JOHN H.: Aviation, Mathematics!
CANNON Yearbook Staff
PUCKETT, DIANA LYNN: Business Education,
Home Economics!NaturaI Science Club, SAO
PUCKETT, JOHNNY JAMES: Music, Social
Studies!Art Club, History Club, Music Club,
Service Club,Concert Band, Boys Concert Club,
PULLIAM, ANNIE P.: Home Economics
PURVIS, CANDACE G.: Mathematics, Social
QUACKENBUSH, LINDA: Business Education,
Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club, Majorette
Corps, SAO representative
OUACKENBUSH, BILL: Auto Trades
OUARLES, JEAN: Home Economics, Social
Studies!Track, SAO representative
RACKLEY, JACKIE: Home Economics!Art
IRAIDFORD, DAVELL: Electrical Trades!Foot-
RADY, GLENN S. IGLENNIEI: Electrical
RAINBOLT, REX R.: Electrical Trades, Mathe
matics, Social Studies
RAMAGE, JERRIE: Home Economics
RANSOM, MARGO R.: Business Education!
DE, Service Club, ROTC Sponsors, Junior Coun-
cil, SAO representative, Convocation Committee
RAY, JAMES R. IJIMI: Serivce Club
RAY, MICHAEL W. IMIKEI: Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies!History Club, Yearbook
Staff, Football, CANNON agent
REED, OTHELLA: Home Economics, Social
REED, PAMELA JO IPAMI: Social Studies
REID, KAROL: Home Economics, Social Stu-
dies!Drama-Speech Club, GAA, High School
Red Cross Club, Speech Team
RENEAU, MARY: Social Studies!FTA, Con-
cert Band, Concert Orchestra, Techoir
REYNOLDS, ,BARBARA JEAN IBOBBIEI:
Business Education, Home Economics
REYNOLDS, DEBRA DARLENE IDEBBIEI:
Social Studies!Majorette Corps
RICE, FRIEDA JANE: Business Education,
Social Studies!Junior Council
RICHARDS, JAMES M.: Science, Social Stu-
dies!BasebalI, Cross Country, Track Basketball
RICHARDSON, DAN: Mathematics, Science,
Social Studies!Human Relations Committee, Key
Club, Music Club, NFL, Red Cross Club, SAO
Executive Board, Techoir, Speech Team, Junior
RICHARDSON, HERMAN: Electrical Trades,
Social Studies!Concert Band, Concert Orchestra,
Wrestling, Dance Band, CANNON agent
RIGGLEMAN, DALE: Industrial Arts!CAN-
NON agent: Cheerblock
RIPBERGER, DIANA KAYE: Business Educa-
tion, Mathematics, Social Studies!CANNON
agent, SAO Representative
ROBERTSON, BARBARA: Mathematics, So-
ROBlNSON,ALICE: Home Economics!Y-Teens
ROBINSON, CHARLES R.: Art, Social Stu-
dies!lCT Club, SAO representative
ROBINSON, JACKIE: Home Economics, Sci-
ence!ICT Club, Girls Concert Club, SAO Repre-
ROBINSON, JESSE L.: Electrical Trades
ROLLINS, DIANNE: Business Education, So-
ROSSMAN, SANDRA: Business Education,
IN THE VALLEY of the jolly . . . Chris
Copeland tries the green giant style.
ROTH, ROSIE: Business Education!Chemistry-
Physics Club, Radio Club, Service Club, CAN-
NON agent, Girls Concert Club
ROTT, CATHY JANELL: Foreign Language,
Social Studies!German Club, CANNON Year-
book Staff, SAO representative, Senior Recor-
der-400, Senior Gift Committee, Senior Enter-
tainment Committee, Senior Commencement
RUFFIN, RAYMOND: Social Studies
RUSH, BONITA: Home Economics
RUSH, JOE M. A.: Mathematics
RUSH, KAREN: Home Economics
RUSH, PAM: Business Education!SAO repre-
RUSH, PHYLLIS: Business Education, Home
RUSSELL, AGNES MARIE: Home Economics
RUSSELL, PATTI: Art, Home Economics!
RYLE, DEBORAH: Mathematics, Social Stu-
dies!History Club, Y-Teens, CANNON agent
SAPP, ROBERT: Printing!Printing Club
SATKAMP, MATILDA: Business Education,
Home Economics, Social Studies
SAYLES, BEN: Electrical Trades!Chess Club,
SAYLES, RON: Building Trades, Mathematics!
Lettermen's Club, Football, Track, Basketball
SCARBROUGH, KATHY: Social Studies!Span-
ish Club, ROTC Sponsor, ROTC Girls Drill Team,
SCHILLER, CARLENE: Business Education,
Social Studies!lCT Club
SCHOWENGERDT, CATHY: Social Studies!
CANNON Yearbook Staff, SAO representative
SCOTT, NORMAN: Aviation!Track, Basketball
SCOTT, PAUL R.: Social Studies!Concert
SCOTT, STUART REX: Building Trades
SCURLOCK, JAN: Home Economics!Girls
SEATON, JEFFREY: Auto Body, Social Stu-
SEATS, LEROY, JR.: Social Studies!Concert
Band, Techoir, Boys Concert Club
SELLS, KAY: Business Education, Home Eco-
SHAUMAN, DENISE: Home Economics
SHAW, JIM: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies!
Basketball, Football, Track
SHEARER, BRUCE: AviationlHistory Club
SHELTON, LINDA: Home Economics, Social
SHEINIVIAN, KAREN: Mathematics, Science,
Social Studies!Twirlers, Majorette Corps
SHEWMAN, MARSHA: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies!High School Red
Cross Club, Service Club, Cheerleaders
SHIRLEY, FRANK: Painting and Decorating
SIMMONS, DWIGHT: Electrical Trades!Track,
SMITH, ALICE: Business Education, Social
SMITH, RICK: Building Trades, Social Studies!
ICT Club, Lettermen's Club, Cross Country
Track, CANNON agent, SAO Representative
SMITH, BARBARA: Home Economics
SMlTH,CONNIE: Social Studies!German Club,
SMITH, GARRY R.: Drafting, Mathematics!
CANNON agent, SAO representative
SMITH, JANE'l'I': Art, Social Studies!Cheer-
SMITH, JOHN A.: Printing!CANNON agent
SAO representative, SAO Executive Board, Sen-
ior Prom Committee
SMITH, LEON: Art!CANNON agent, SAO
SMITH, MIKE: Building Trades!Football, SAO
SNAPP, VICKIE: Business Education, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies
SNOW, MICHAEL P.: Social Studies!School
SPALL, RICKY: Foreign Language, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies!Chess Club, SAO repre-
SPAW, LINDA JOY: Business Education, Sci-
ence!Service Club, Techoir, Majorette Corps,
SPEARS, JOHN R.: Mathematics, Social Stu-
SPENCER, MARY F.: Home Economics, Social
STANDFORD, LINDA F.: Business Education,
STARK, MYRA L.: Home Economics, Social
Studies!Music Club, Girls Concert Club, Techoir
STEELE, EUGENE L.: Mathematics, Science,
STEPHENS, LARRY W.: Social Studies!School
Service, Concert Band, Marching Band
STEWART, DONALD R.: Auto-Trades, Social
STEWART, NAPOLEON: Building TradeslICT
Club, CANNON agent
STEWART, ROBERT C.: ElectricalTrades, Sci-
ence, Social Studies
STIFFLER, DIANE K.: Foreign Language, So-
cial Studies!History Club, SAO Representative,
Exploratory Teachers, Entertainment Commit-
STAKES, ROSIE LEE: Home Economics
STARK, ROGER L.: Business Education, So-
cial Studies!NFL, Key Club, Speech Team, SAO
Executive Board, Senior Council, Marion Coun-
tv Teen Guide Council
STONE, JOSEPH: Building Trades
STONE, MABEL: Business Education, Mathe-
STRONG, LYDIA ANN: Business Education,
Home Economics!Girls Concert Club, Girls En-
semble, Techoir, SAO representative
STURDEVANT, DELORIS A.: Home Econom-
SUGGS, JEFFREY: Building Trades
SUMMERS, LAUENIA: Social Studies!Track
SUTTON, LARRY D.: Social Studies!Cross
Country, Wrestling, SAO representative
TAFT, JOHN D.: Metal Trades, Social Studies
TAYLOR, ANDREW R.: Mathematics, Social
Studies, Senior Entertainment Committee
TAYLOR, LIUIE MAE: Business Education,
Social Studies!GAA, Speech Team
TAYLOR, THOMAS RAY: Business Education,
Mathematics, Social Studies!Track
TAYLOR, TOMYE SEAN: Social Studies
TAYLOR, TONI LYNN: Foreign Language,
Home Economics, Mathematics, Social Studies!
High School Red Cross Club, History Club, Mus-
ic Club, Spanish Club, Vice-President-300,
Techoir, SAO Executive Board
TEDROW, NANCY KAY: Home Economics,
Social Studies -
TERRY, BYRON ALAN: Science, Social Stu-
TERRY, MARCIA ANN: Business Education,
Home Economics!SAO Representatives
THOMAS, CAROLE LYNN: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Music, Social Studies!JCL, Bell
Choir, CANNON agent
THOMAS, JAMES WILLIAM: Social Studies,
THOMAS, LARRY ROBERT: Business
THOMAS, LESLIE MAE: Home Economics
THOMAS, PATTI LYNN: Art, Home Econo-
mics!Art Club, Girls Concert Club, SAO Repre-
THOMAS, TERRI JEAN: Foreign Language
Social Studies I
THOMAS, WALTER L.: Industrial Arts, Social
Studies!BasketbaII, Track, ROTC Officers, SAO
THOMPSON, RONALD: Business Education
THOMPSON, STEPHEN EILIS: Building Edu-
cation!Radio Club, Wrestling
THORNBURGH, ROBERT EARL: Electrical
Trades, Social Studies!CANNON agent
THURSTON, BRENITA EARNESTINE: Math--
ematics, Social Studies!Music Club, Techoir,
Girls Concert Club, SAO representative
THURMAN, ROSE ANNA: Home Economics,
Social Studies!Future Teachers of America
TIFFANY, WARREN LEON: Science, Social
Studies! Lettermen's Club, Cross Country, Track
TI LLMAN, BARBARA JEAN: Home Econom-
ics, Social Studies!GAA, Y-Teens
TINSLEY, DEBORAH KAY: Business Edu-
TINSLEY, PRESTON LEE: Electrical Trades,
Social Studies!Radio Club, Concert Band, Track
TORAN,CYNTHIA RUNA: Home Economics,
Mathematics, Social Studies!GAA, FTA, Service
Club, CANNON Weekly Staff, SAO Represent-
TRIPP, SUSAN KAY: Science, Social Studies!
GAA, Natural Science Club, CANNON Year-
book Staff, CANNON Weekly Staff, Biology Lab
TRITTIPO, MICHAEL ALLEN: Foreign Lan-
guage, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!
NFL, French Club, Debate Team, Speech Team,
Cap and Gown Committee
TROTTER, GENEVA: Mathematics, Social
Studies!GAA, Chemistry-Physics Club, Concert
Orchestra, Girls Concert Club, Techoir
TROTTER, LESTER L.: Business Education,
Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!Chemistry-
Physics Club, Spanish Club, Prayer Circle, CAN-
NON agent, Cross Country, Junior Council, SAO
TROXELL, PAUL DOUGLAS: Metal Trades
TUCKER, CONSTANCE LEE: Foreign Lan-
guage, Social Studies!Natural Science Club
German Club, GAA, CANNON Yearbook Staff,
MARSHA MORGAN, Jackie Bell, and Susan
Beeson huddle around Frank Kendrick.
TURNER GEORGE LOUIS' Auto-Aviation
TURNER: KATHRYN CLEO: Home econom- I 9 O
ics, Social Studies
TURNER, VIRGINIA DENISE: Art, Home
VADEN, JEFFERY LYNN: Art, Mathematics,
VANAUKEN, KAREN D.: Social Studies!lCT
Club, Drama-Speech Club, CANNON agent
VANDUYN, BETTY JANE: Foreign Language,
Social Studies!Ouill and Scroll, FTA, Spanish
Club, CANNON Weekly Staff, SAO represen-
tative, CANNON agent
VAUGHN, ANTHONY LEONARD: Science,
VAUGHN, HARRY THYRONE: Industrial
VAUGHN, MILDRED: Business Education
WAGGONER, MARK STUART: Drafting,
Mathematics, Social Studies!Lettermen's Club,
Concert Band, Tennis, Junior Council
WAGNER,JAMES MICHAEL: Building Trades
MARSHA SHEWMAN, escorted by Kent Clark,
cries out with joy after hearing her name.
WALKER, EVELYN CAROLYN: Home Ec-
onomics!History Club, Red Cross Club
WALKER, FREDERICK HARRISON: Social
WALLACE, JOHNNY: Industrial Arts
WALTON, JUANITA MARIE: Home Econom-
WALTON, PATRICIA ANN: Business Educa-
tion!Judo, History Club, Music Club, Techoir,
Girls Concert Club, CANNON Yearbook Staff,
WARE, JORDAN EUGENE JR.: Auto-Aviation!
WARSAW, EUGENE: Business Education,
Mathematics, Social Studies!Distributive Edu-
WASHINGTON, JOYCE: Business Education,
Social Studies!GAA, Cheerleaders, Concert Band,
WATERS, LINDA LOUISE: Home Economics,
WATSON, WILLIAM LOUIS: Industrial Arts
WEAVER, KENNETH PUAL: Business Edu-
cation, Mathematics!XYZ Club
WEBER, MARK: Auto-Aviation
WEBER, VICKIE LYNN: Business Education,
Social Studies!CANNON agent
WEBSTER, CHARLES H.: Social Studies!
Cross Country, Football
WEEDEN, DENNIS R.: Business Education,
Science, Social Studies!Concert Band, Concert
Orchestra, Dance Band, Pep Band
WELLS, R 0 B E R T CLAYTON: Electrical
Trades, Social Studies! Football
WESTER, MARY JANE: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies!Concert Band, Tech-
oir, CANNON Weekly Staff
WHEELER, ROBERT WAYNE: Industral Arts!
Wrestling, SAO Representative
WHITAKER, CHESTER ANDREW: Drafting,
Social Studies!Lettermen's Club, Basketball Man-
ager, Football Manager, Baseball Manager
WHITAKER, DEBORAH LYNN: Home Ec-
onomics!Drama Speech Club
WHITE, CYNTHIA ANN: Business Education,
WHITE, LARRY LEE: lndustrail Arts!CAN-
NON agent, SAO representative, Baseball, Cross
WHITE, ROBERT LEE: Building Trades
WHITE, WILLIAM A.: Auto-Aviation!Basket-
ball, SAO representative
WHlTTlNGTON,SHERMAN DOUGLASS: Au-
FRIENDS CONGRATU LATE Marsha with hugs
and kisses after being crowned.
WI LBURN, SAMPSON, JR.: Business Education,
Social Studies!DE, ROTC Officers
WILKS, ANDREW MARCELL: Business Edu-
cation, Social Studies!Distributive Education,
WILLIAMS, HAZEL L.: Business Education!
WILLIAMS, JOHNNIE A.: Art!Service Club
WILLIAMS, JUDITH BELL: Business Educa-
tion, Home Economics
WILLIAMS, REGINALD CHARLES: Auto-
Aviation!Judo Club, Photography Club, SAO
WILLIS, ROBERT: Building Trades
WILSON, ANNE'I'l'E D.: Business Education
Social Studies!Spanish Club
WILSON, CYNTHIA DENISE: Business Ed-
ucation, Home Economics
WILSON, JEROME: Auto-Aviation, Mathe-
WILSON, LINDA KAY: Business Education,
WILSON, LIONELL KEITH: Art, Social Stu-
WILSON, LYNN SUEZETTE: Business Edu-
WILSON, PATRICIA LEE: Home Economics
WILSON, RONDALL KEITH: Business Edu-
mtion, Social Studies
WILSON, STEPHEN LEE: Art, Social Stu-
dies!Art CIub,WrestIing,Track, CANNON Year-
book Staff, Entertainment Committee, Convo-
WIMBLEY, CARLETTA ROBERTA: Business
WIMSATT, PAULA L.: Business Education,
WINKLE, BONITA GALE: Social Studies!lCT
WINSTON, LARRY CHARLES: Printing!Print-
ing Club, ROTC officers
WINTERS, KAREN LOUISE: Business Edu-
cation, Social Studies
WITSMAN, MARSHA JO: Business Education,
Social Studies!History Club, Natural Science
Club, Concert Orchestra, CANNON agent, SAO
WOLFE, MARSHALL EDWARD: Electrical
TradeslBoys Concert Club, Techoir, CANNON
WOOD, MARCIA E.: Business Education, So-
cial Studies!DE, Natural Science Club, Girls
Concert Club, Techoir, SAO representative
WOOD, RAY MILTON: Mathematics, Science,
HAPPY MARSHA poses with her flowers and
crown as the 1970 Basketball Queen.
WOODFORK, BRENDA DIANE: Business
Education, Home Economics
WOODS, JEFFEREY L.: Drafting, Social Stu-
WOODS, RHONDA L.: Business Education,
WOODSON, EVELYN LORENE: Social Stu-
dies!Drama-Speech Club, Service Club, NFL,
Speech Team, SAO representative
WOOLDRIDGE, DAVID LEE: Music, Social
Studies!Boys Concert Club, Concert Band, Tech-
WORLEY, CAROLYN ANN: Social Studies
WORLEY, MARILYN SUE: Social Studies
WORLEY, MARVIN KEITH: Social Studies
WORTH, BARBARA JOANN: Home Econom-
ics, Social Studies
WRIGHT, BRUCE RANDLE: Auto-Aviation
WRIGHT, CLARENCE D.: Auto-Aviation!
Wrestling, Concert Band
WRIGHT, DIANA JO: Science, Social Studies!
French Club, Human Relations Committee
Music Club, Concert Band, Melodayres, Techoir,
WRIGHT, DIANE LYNN: Art, Home Econom-
ics!Art Club, Drama-Speech Club, Thespians
YARRELL, SIMON: Social Studies
YOUNG, CAROL ANN: Social Studies!Judo
YOUNG, JAMES OSCAR: Auto-Aviation, So-
YOUNG, STEPHEN MURRY: Art, Social Stu-
dies!Art Club,Track, Wrestling, CANNON agent
ZEIGLER, JAMES MICHAEL: Auto-Aviation
ZUPAN, DEBORAH KAY: Business Education,
Social Studies!History Club, SAO representative
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JAMES STEWART, vice-principal, is in charge
of Tech's evening school.
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ROBERT V. BELDING, vice-principal, finds
time to say hello in the midst of arranging
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VICETPRINCIPAL KENNETH PUCKETT is re- VICE-PRINCIPAL DONALD OLDHAM, new at HERMAN T. HlNSHAW,vice-principal in charge
sponsuble for financial matters. Tech, is responsible for pupil attendance. of staff personnel supervises the faculty.
PRINCIPAL HOWARD L. LONGSHORE, besides assuming the top administrator's duties, is con-
cerned also with the relations of the school with the local school board, the North Central Association,
RAY REED moved into the post of dean of
men to supervise discipline and personal coun-
seling of students.
ASSISTING THE DEAN OF MEN are Mahlon Carlock and Robert T.
Stockard. Mr. Carlock also sponsers the Key Club.
FOR COLLEGE-BOUND TECHITES, Gaylord
Allen, guidance director, arranges scholarships,
and administers special tests.
MRS. MARTHA TURPIN, dean of women and her assistant, Mrs. Barbara Dearing preside over the
activities of the Student Center. They counsel girls on attendance and personal problems.
JUDITH MCBRIDE, Mrs. Dorothy Stout, and Sharon Parrett assist with
counseling in the office of the dean of women.
ENCOURAGING ST U D E N TS with superior
achievement, Wallace Potter directs special edu-
cation with attention on programs and awards.
SERVING AS DIRECTOR of student activities
and public relations, Robert E. Meyer promotes
the school image.
JACK BRADFORD, director of athletics, sched-
ules the sports events for all of Tech's sports.
HAPPY WITH THE SUCCESS of the new cash-
iering course offered this semester is IVlr. Will-
iam Peterson, organizer and instructor for the
course and director of DE.
MARJORIE SCHOCH, head librarian, keeps
track of all the books and materials in Tech's
IVIRS. NIARJORIE IVICCUTCHEON, director of
audio-visual education enjoys her responsibility
of handling Tech's audio-visual equipment.
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HEADING TECH'S Neighborhood Youth Corps CONDUCTING INDIVIDUAL TESTS in coop-
involves working with many young students for eration with the Guidance Department is Row-
lVlI'- Donald DENY- land Leverenz, school psychometrist.
HEADING UP PUBLICATIONS is Cecil T.
Tresslar, who concentrates on bringing out the
best in his Cannon Kiddies.
KEEPING TRACK of many students, keeps Er-
nest Holmes quite busy as director of the In-
dustrial Cooperative Training program.
LEWIS A. IVIARSHALL, director of Shop Ac-
tivities, Buildings and Grounds, is entrusted
with Tech's historic surroundings.
UNDERCLASS COUNSELORS-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Mildred McAfee, Mrs. Sarah F. Hamer, William
Graney. SECOND ROW: Charles Kocher, Richard Shock, Ernest Cline, John Hurrle, Duane Blanken-
horn, Floyd Tobrocke.
JOHN MINER, program counselor, shares re-
sponsibility for class scheduling.
JAMES BORSHOFF is the assistant director of
the Evening School.
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MRS. MARY STATEN counsels juniors and sen-
iors with respect to their post high school plans,
both educational and occupational.
BLANCHE VVILLIAMS, head nurse, keeps
health battles at bay with the help of Mrs
Betty Brodhecker and Mrs. Shirley Lundgren.
DELBERT WEST is a counselor in the area of
Who's Who . . .
KENNETH BAYLESS is the guidance director
for Tech Evening School.
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OFFICE STAFF-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Elsie Robards, Mrs. Dorothy Armel, Norma Rodewald, Mrs.
Rosalynne Yarnell, Mrs. Gloria Robbins, Mrs. Virginia Cauble, Mrs. Rita Tussey, Mrs. Gene Mont-
gomery. SECOND ROW: Patricia Littell, Mrs. Jacqueline Patterson, Charleyne Stinger, Mrs. Caroline
Wh 0, S Hyatt, Mrs. Helen Harvey, Mrs. Bernadine Pool, Mrs. Martha Thomas, Mrs. Fannie Fowler, Mrs. Flor-
ence Cox, Mrs. Janice Chadwick, Mrs. Louise Creasser, Mrs. Edna Ayres.
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DEPARTMENTAL ASSISTANTS-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Betty Rowland, Mrs. Louise Schneider, Mrs.
Gertrude Russell, Mrs. Jeannette Fields. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Wanda Moon, Mrs. Gwendolyn Huff,
Herschel Cauble, Mrs. Judith Shattuck, Theron Ferguson.
SOCIAL SERVICE WOR KERS-SEATED, Mrs.
Kay Sutherling STANDING: Mrs. Rosa L. Toot-
le, Mrs. Lois Cowles. Mrs. Carolyn Ray.
BOOKSTORE-Mrs. LaVerne Stewart, Mrs. Frances Craig, Mrs. Wilma LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-Mrs. Judith A. Hamilt0rl,S6l'8 Porter
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HEAD CUSTODIANS: Charles O. Britton and Thomas Walker.
EMERSON MURPHY has charge of Tech's busy
Receiving D e pa rtm ent where deliveries are
routed to the various departments.
Robert L. Lloyd.
CAFETERIA STAFF-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Lola Klein, Mrs. Parncella
Calahan, Mrs. Jean Fogelman, Mrs. Mary Coverstone, Mrs. Leota Brown,
Mrs. Lillian Klier, Mrs. Elsie Alyne, Mrs. Mildred Hutchinson, Mrs. Laura
Merrill, Mrs. Mary Osterhout. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Florda Wimsatt, Mrs.
Ruth Rady, Mrs. Pearline Plant, Mrs. Florence Andrews, Mrs. Jessie
Elliott, Mrs. Betty Sipole, Mrs. Emily Dzelme, Mrs. Gertrude Ray, Mrs.
Helen Karnes, Mrs. Marie Sutton, Mrs. Dee Westfall. THIRD ROW: Mrs.
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EVENING DIVISION OFFICE STAFF-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Margaret
Potter, Mrs. Eileen Bales. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Mary Pentecost, Mrs. Mary
Hoffman, Mrs. Mildred Langlotz.
SECURITY OFFICERS: George S. Martin, Jack Heavenridge, Bill lTinyl Swindle, Wilbert R. Gruner,
Mattie Dinkins, Mrs. Genevieve Haigerty, Mrs. Mae Reevers, Mrs. Laura
Turner, Mrs. Tellous Lane, Mrs. Virginia Bruen, Mrs. Pauline Camplin, Mrs.
Elva Eastridge, Mrs. Goldie Duffy, Mrs. Audrey Barrett. FOURTH ROW:
Mrs. Mary Melvin, Mrs. Orene Johnson, Mrs. Opal Sterrett, Ray Oualken-
bush, Mrs. Florence Jaus, Fred Crisler, Willie Osborne, Mrs. Norma Coffey,
Mrs. Angie Clearwater, Mrs. May Starkey, Mrs. Irene Taylor.
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MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Betty L. Mansfield, Judy DeKemper, Mrs. Madara
Walker, Richard Glover, Mrs. Elizabeth R. Chohany, S. Hafize Shah. SECOND ROW: William R.
Wheeler, Donald E. Robinson, Carl H. Corbin, M. A. Kriese, Mrs. Marion Strickland, Mrs. Gwen Jones.
THIRD ROW: Marilyn Hoffman, Sonja Hancock, Ronald Ireland, Steve Kaeuper, John Stoeckinger,
department head: Arnold Lehman, Alice Purvis. Not pictured, Rowland Leverenz.
SQCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Frances Lyons, Mrs, John Miner, W. Pokai, K. Hage, John Eason, Wes Murphy, Dean Carbone.
Lisa Lehman, Esther Cooper, Patricia Russell, James E. Taflinger. SECOND FOURTH ROW: William Kimberlin, Leonard Jeffers, l-l0Yd H- Wagner.
ROW: Walter Dininger, Karl Schneider, Bruce McGeath, Mrs. Martha June Clyde Smith, Jr., Duane Blankenhorn, William D. Siedlecki, department
Bradshaw, John Kanouse, Ebert W. Smith. THIRD ROW: Robert Meyer, head.
HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Mary Woolford, Mrs. Ruth Stafford,
Frances Smith, Mrs. Marjorie McCutcheon, Mrs. Arthurine Litiskas, Mrs. Mildred Wallace, Mrs. Carrol
Rose. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Sheila Miskuf, Mrs. Jane Snow, Mrs. Marian Moore, Ruth Grogean, Mrs. Rat
Amend, Mrs. Elva Wignall. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Natalie B. Ransom, Marguerite Hardy, Mrs. Odessa Hill,
Mrs. Wyolene Cody, Mrs. Nancy Bell, Hilda Kreft, department head: Mrs. Elizabeth Holtsclaw. Not
pictured, Mary Staten.
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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Bernice Jones, Judi McBride,
Mrs. Florence Schnakenberg, Robert Maloy, Mrs. Virginia Cassell, Mrs.
Margaret Clapp, Mrs. Arvilla Bennett, Mrs. Beverly Acheson, Mrs. June
Widmeyer, Mrs. Susan Merritt. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Barbara Machin, Mrs.
Barbara Southwick, Paula E. Lopossa, Mrs. Jatinder K. Rai, IVIFS. Anne
Hamlet, Mrs. Linda Vaughn, Hester Anne Hale, Mrs. Mildred McAfee, Mrs.
Margaret Hahn. THIRD ROW: Thomas Danheiser, Mrs. Marjorie Garrett,
Mrs. Doris L. Webber, Irene Rhodes, department head: Dale Renault, Kirby
Lehman, Martha Gascho, Robert F. Ford, Fred McNanny. FOURTH
ROW: Mrs. Joyce A. Hanna, Mrs. Diane Comstock, Marsha Kriegbaum,
Cecil T. Tressler, John A. Lewis, Emmett F. Hardiman, Patricia L. Otten,
Mrs. Sue Cooper, Mrs. Alice C. Goodrum.
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BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Audrey Corne, Richard Allen,
Arthur Kirsch, Robert J. Orth, Judy M. Hunt. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Mer-
cedes Guess, G. W. Howard, Mrs. Ruth K. Shannon, John Farley, depart-
ment headg David S. Hon.THIRD ROW: William M. Johnson, M. W. Whalin
Howard L. Cook, Robert F. Collins, Roy K. Terrell.
BUSINESS E D U CATION DEPARTMENT-
FRONT ROW: Mrs. Deborah Gioe, Mrs. Gwen
Ohmit, Mrs. Virginia Jackson, Mrs. Ester B. Car-
penter,AIice M.Johnson.SECOND ROW: Edna
L. Maley, Mrs. Annabelle Adams, Mona Wood-
ward, department head: Mrs. Sarah F. Hamer,
William F. Peterson. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Mar-
jorie C. Parker, Mrs. Karen Davison, Keith V.
Kuck, Dave George, Turpin Davis. FOURTH
ROW: Ellen G. Martin, William N. Guess, John
Wiggins, Mrs. Sandi Jones, Mrs. Lois Frye,
PHYSICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Steven W. Smith,
William Tozer, Louis D. Allen, department head: Mrs. Edna D. Stewart,
Mrs. Pauline CaldwelI.SECOND ROW: John Kern, Ralph Wolverton, Bruce
Turney, James May, Richard Dykeman, Hadley Haworth.
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Mrs. Donna Sims, Polly Chapman, Sharon Parrett, Mrs. Mary Lou Manka, Shirley Parrett, Bea Harding.
SECOND ROW: Carlos Bell, Robert Woodard, Thomas Barnes, Reuben Behlmer, Jack Bradford,
Howard J. Catt. THIRD ROW: Melvin Bowers, Eugene B. Keliikuli, John Koontz, Ivan Moreman,
Daniel Camplese, Jay Kleine, Phil Ouillin.
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DRAFTING DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: ,mn ,
Harold Elliott, Floyd Tobrocke, John Williams,
Frederick Kelly, Sr. SECOND ROW: Sam M'
Skomp, Burney Jackson, Scott Houldson, Ro- . 557
bert smckard, can Mednch.
FOREIGN L A N G U A G E DEPARTMENT-
FRONT ROW: Mrs. Maria Lagadon, Mrs. Patri-
cia Schmalz, Mrs. Carole Platt, Mrs. Susanna
Underwood. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Mary Bedell,
David L. Clapp, Constance Harvey, Mrs. Serine
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ART DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Marian Hamilton, Ernest Medcalfe, Shay' Mrs. E. Ann Swedeen. SECOND HOW: John White, Richard
William Locker, LaVon Whitmire. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Adamay Alexander, Switzer, Joseph Backmeyer Wmiam Moon.
Kermit L. Swenson, Lee A. Ransaw, Michael Slover, Lorena Phemister. '
Not pictured, Mrs. Emmagee Washington.
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AUTO-AVIATION DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Oral E. Henderson, H. K. Clark, Jr., Robert J.
Palma, William Tremp, Robert Crooke. SECOND ROW: Fred Keller, Clifford Allen, Herbert VanDer-
Moore, Dan S. Malone, Sam Dudkowski, department head. THIRD ROW: Doug Thompson, Clifton
Lovelace, Lewis Pence, William Berger, George Mack.
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neth Gilliland, John Mullenax, William Stewart,
Robert Bulthaup, Leroy Hubble, Earl Terry, de-
partment head- METAL TRADES DEPARTMENT-Verl Whet-
stine, Emanuel Cruser, Cyril Stock, John C.
Hill, Jr., Norman Brinker, department head.
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ROW: Charles Kocher, John Fincher, Charles
Hylton, Paul E. Oscarson. SECOND ROW:
Morris Woods, department head, Howard E.
Beall, Frederick Miessen, William E. Sharp, Ray
ROTC STAFF-Mrs. Martha Thomas, assistant:
MSG. lRetl Thomas L. Davison, commandantg
SFC. lRetl Edde Colley, MSG. Arthur Wilkin-
PRINTING DEPARTMENT: Clyde Armel, de-
partment headg Spencer Tuttle, Harold Deem,
Terry C. Yeagley, Robert W. Smith.
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EXPLORATORY TEACHERS-FRONT ROW: Susie Cutshaw, Terri Freeman, Linda Clelland, Linda
D. Hall, Priscilla Burris. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Hand, Barbara Constantine, Jack Harmon, Patty
Luttrell, Mary Jane Wester. THIRD ROW: Becky Plummer, Mary Reneau, Brenda Polvadore, Diane
Bell, Nancy M. Phelps, Clyde Smith, Jr., sponsor. Not pictured, Marsha R. Morgan, Mary Grant.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-FRONT
ROW: Phyllis Luttrell, Susie Cutshaw, Vickie
Baxter, Betty Van Duyn, Priscilla Burris, Doro-
thy Carroll, Barbara Foster, Glenda Arnett, Mrs.
Karen Davison, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Patri-
cia Cole, Sally Harding, Becky Plummer, Nancy
M. Phelps, Tammy Aaron, Patty Luttrell, vice-
president: Linda D. Hall. THIRD ROW: Bar-
bara Constantine, Rosaline Burns, Deborah
Aaron, secretary-treasurer: DeAndre Bell, Jill
Jessup, Darlene Watts, Sharon Gadis. FOURTH
ROW: Leslie Bell, Dianne Bell, David Morrow,
David Armes, Connie Green, Brenda Polvadore,
president: Mary Reneau, Richard Andrews.
Who's Who . . .
DIVERSIFIED EDUCATION-FRONT ROW:
Jeanne Israel, Nora Jackson, Patricia Jones,
Patricia Butcher, Diana Hodges, Gloria Mack.
SECOND ROW: Marcia Wood, Laura Green,
Norma Middlebrook, Margo Rochelle Ransom,
Ida Delores Coleman. THIRD ROW: Andrew
Wilks, James Bates, Jr., Sampson Wilburn,
INDUSTRIAL COOPERATIVE EDUCATION-
FRONT ROW: Rhonda Woods, John Bryant,
Harold Lund, Melvin Johnson, Thomas Collins,
Terry Lowe, Carlene Schiller. SECOND ROW:
Carrall Evans, Jacqueline D. Robinson, treasurer:
Stephanie Clayton, Kathy Parker, vice-president:
Barbara Ann Dean, Esther Hatcher, secretary:
Ernest Holmes, coordinator.THlRD ROW: Kay
Houser, Donna Miller, Maurice A. Heitzman,
DeWitt Jordan, Phillip Fowler, Ramona Black,
Charles R. Robinson. FOURTH ROW: Arnold
Smith, James Carey, Jim Kugelman, Napoleon
Stewart, David Veney, William Spenser, Mark
Anderson, David Harmon, president.
TECHOIR-FRONT ROW: William F. Moon, director: Diana Wright, co-president, Sam Price, Jr.
representative: Karen Darland, hostess: Jim Farrior, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Nola Reynolds, Lydia
STYOUQ, Chris Ping, Andrea Freeman, Carrie Smith, Cindy Lewis, Carla Abell, Marcia Wood, Brenda
Cooper. THIRD ROW: Pat Walton, Susan Beeson, Brenita Thruston, Jodi Chastain, Mary Reneau, Joy
Richards, Sharon Barlow, Linda Spaw. FOURTH ROW: Bart Petree, Denver Jordon, James Allen,
John Masters, James Brown, Jeff Jacobs, LeRoy Seats, Randy Wade. FIFTH ROW: Bruce Polson,
Dave Devitt, Mike Stanfield, Bill Hart, Bruce Oakley, Kyle Fort, Tom Hickey.
TECHOIR-FRONT ROW: Ellen Anderson, Jr. Representative: Linda
Chapman, Secretary: Bob Davis, Co-President, Mrs. J. Loesje Mendel,
Accompianist. SECOND ROW: Toni Taylor, Carol Brown, Geneva Trotter,
Debbie Hager, Nancy Bottoms, Andrea Hunt, Libbi Michael, Kris McDonald.
THIRD ROW: Anita Beight, Frieda Mindach, Shirley Amis, Donna Farris,
Debbie Kuykendall, Debby Miller, Myra Stark, Jan Hittle. FOURTH
ROW: Linda Mosier, J. D. Oliver, Bill Bowman, Doug Moore, Mike Adkins,
Vernon Harwell, Kevin Brewer, Dave Wooldridge, Don Knorr. FIFTH
ROW: Mary Wester, Teryl Holder, Melvin Brown, Paul Wilson, Randy
Auble, Ken Gividen, Charles Abernathy, Marshall Wolfe, Tom Abel, Bruce
Price. Not pictured, Danny Richardson.
BOYS CONCERT CLUB-FRONT ROW: Robert Hall, Jim Brankam, Robert Goode, Mike Brown,
Mike Pierce, Richard Andrews, Elliott Varnado, James Siegel. SECOND ROW: Doug Pettigrew. Al
Johnson, Gregg Hally, Perry Broadnax, David Armes, Claude Lowery, Donald Whitecotton, Sampson
Wilburn, Ronnie White.
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Guerin, Kathy Baker, secretary: Mary Jane Wester, Mike Finnigan. SECOND ROW: Linda Lawson,
Henrietta Peterman, Toni Aix, Melanie Gay Morphew, sergeant-at-arms, Claudia Kimbrough, Roy G.
Crabill, Rose R. Bond. THIRD ROW: Richard Andrews, Justus M. Decher, Elizabeth Trittipo, Kim-
berly Anderson, Mary Reneau, Clarence Eugene Lewis, Carol Rosebrock. FOURTH ROW: Rose Fol-
som, Joyce Hise, Joanetta Carter, Terry Fullen, Jan Hittle, Denise Y. Harden, Leroy Seats.
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Carol Brown, Linda Amorez, Toni Taylor, presi-
dent: Mary Jane Wester. SECOND ROW: Clar-
ence E. Lewis, Jr., Marcella Brewer, Anita R.
Beight, Stephie Cooper, Marsha Witsman, Kris-
tine McDonald, Dennis R. Weeden. THIRD
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Greene, Mike Miller. FOURTH ROW: Doug
McDaniel, Randy Auble, Tony Long, Martin 'vw'
McDaniel, James Scahill, Don Laswell, Roy G.
DANCE BAND-FRONT ROW: Roy Crabill,
Paul Richardson, Jerry Mouser, Dennis Weeden,
Don Knorr. SECOND ROW: Randy Wade, Doug
McDaniels, Randy Auble, Don Laswell, THIRD
ROW: Elroy Burke, Martin McDanieIs, Tony
Long, Charles Abernathy, Charles Black, Mike
TECH BAND-FRONT ROW: Carol Brown, Anita Huber, Betty Gorten,
Jerry Laswell, Stephie Cooper, Ken Herman, Vicki Hutton, Victoria E.
Irvin, Marsha Brown. SECOND ROW: Willie Johnson, Kathy Herrington,
Anita R. Beight, Paula Clem, Teresa Cooper, Robert E. Gladden, Kevin Jay
Brewer, Dianna Johnson, Janet Doll, Emilie Frost. THIRD ROW: Vernon
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Harwell, Don Knorr, Don Laswell. Randv Auble, Barbara Coons, Marie
Greene, Mike Jones, Jim Alstott, Deanna Henley, Kathy Brinkley. FOURTH
ROW: Elroy Burke, Daniel lnskeep, James D. Allen, Charles Black, Kevin
Davis, Clarence Johnson, Bill Coons, Jerry Hubbard, Morris Coleman, Roy
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TECH BAND-FRONT ROW: Jerry Mouser, Marilyn Williams, Kathy Mil-
ler, Lonnie Price, Karen Sanford, Kris McDonald, president: Dorothy
Mclver, Mike O'Neill, Mike Miller. SECOND ROW: Paul Richardson, Mary
Jane Wester, Henrietta Marie Peterman, Doug McDaniel, James Scahill,
Diana Wright, hostess: Jeff Lingenfelter, Janine Wallick, Donna Riddell,
Kim McManama. THIRD ROW: Roscoe Taylor, Jr., Clarence D. Wright,
Mary Reneau, Darlene Lewelling, Dave Wooldridge, Marsha Rae Morgan,
Martin McDaniel, Lawrence W. Stephens, Joyce Washington, Bryan Miller.
FOURTH ROW: Dennis R. Weeden, Clarence Eugene Lewis, Jr., Jane Allyn
McPherson, Preston Lee Tinsley, Paul Scott, Steve Schafer, Leroy Seats Jr.,
Tony Long, Randy Wade, Johnny James Puckett, Jr., John W. Pennington.
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Mary Grant, Zina Parker, Carolyn Hand, Gwenann Taylor, Priscilla Burris,
Dorothy Mclver, Marlene McGuire, Jeanne Duncan. SECOND ROW: Karen
Sanford, Gladis Gorden, Nancy Ettinger, Kathy Vaughn, Barbara Ludwig,
Sandie Spence, secretary: Diana Hanlon, Beverly Hunt, Pamela Thompson,
Margie Costelow, Mrs. E. Ann Swedeen, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Karol
Lemmons, Dolores Johnson, Madonna Barnes, Donna Riddell, Debra Free-
man, Elaine Thrasher, Eva M. Beard, Brenda Moore, Linda Lawson, Peggy
Curtis. FOURTH ROW: Regina Bradley, Rosie Roth, Debbie Coffman,
Darlene Lewelling, Alfreda Lee, Pati Thomas, Karen Lemmons, Rhonda
Broadnax, Linda Chronis, Janet Soltau, Shirley Borden. FIFTH ROW: Lau-
rel Burns, vice-president: Diana Matthews, Beverly Washington, Tina Hart,
president: Jane McPherson, Sylvia Milam, Cindy Mentis, Laurie Lewis,
Dorotliy Mahone, Shirley Clarke.
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Wright, Jan Hittle, Jody Richards, Ellen Anderson, Nola Reynolds. SECOND Abernathy, Jr., Bruce Oakley, Randy Auble, Don Knorr.
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Nancy Bottoms, Kris Mac Donald, Andrea Hunt, Carla Abel, Lydia Strong, Darland, Linda Chapman, Libbi Michael.
BELL CHOIR-FRONT ROW: Donna Parrish, Mike Finnigan, Dorothy
Mclver, Sharon Coffman, Carol Brown, Marlene McGuire, Mrs. J. Loesje
Mendel. SECOND ROW: Andrea Freeman, Richard Andrews, Andrea Hunt,
Jan Soltau, Randy Wade, Carole Thomas, Regina Bradley, Bob Davis.
BOYS' OCTETTE-FRONT ROW: David Devitt, John Masters, Denver
Jordan, Sam Price. SECOND ROW: Kenn Gividen, Tom Hickey, Mike
Stanfield, Paul Wilson.
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RESERVE CHEERLEADERS-Vickie Holmes, Doris Douglas, Freida
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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-FIRST Row: Marshashewman,susieCur- m ac n 'ea um e 'ecovm .
shaw, Karen Darland. SECOND ROW: Jenny Corsaro, Linda Chapman,
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enbush,AIicia Brown,Terri Freeman.SECOND ROW: Carol Diane Beverly, VlCKi9 Kendall. Cindv lVlanfiS. Linda 5DaW, Deb0l'ah Pipes- KNEE'-'NG 'N
Sandie Spence, Patty Fagan, Tina Hart, Joy Richards, Linda Chronis, Ellen FRONT! Jackie Fagan, head: DOnna Miller, assistant head.
GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION-FRONT
ROW: Cindy Bennett, Sandy Bennett, Geneva
Trotter, Marian Rush, Teresa Holt, Gloria
Humphrey, Wanda Snow, Mrs. Bea Harding,
Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Deborah Anderson,
Brenda Scott, Hattie Travis, Eva Mae Behld,
Gail Jones, Bonita Earlene Embry, Mary Herald,
Juanita Howard. THIRD ROW: Toni Johnson,
Joyce Richardson, Sheila Matthews, Cynthia
Lampkin, Joyce McRoy, Mona Thomas, Vickey
Booker. FOURTH ROW: Mira Tolliver, Shirley
Wilson, Barbara Rush, Cynthia Toran, president:
Betty Humphrey, Jacqueline Newbern, Barbara
Adams, Pamela Maxwell not pictured.
LETTERMEN-FRONT ROW: Larry R. Ward,
John Green, Rex Marshall, Harry Downing, Jack
Harmon, Victor Breland, J. D. Oliver, Jr., Robert
C. Davis, Jr., Dean Carbone, sponsor. SECOND
ROW: Samuel Pounds, Bruce Price, Arnold
Smith, Anthony Covington, Steve Funk, Roger
Payne, Ron Buses, Charles Webster. THIRD
ROW: Willie Booker, Fred Luten, Jonathan
Crenshaw, Paul G. Wilson, Kent T. Clark, James
Oakley, David Devitt, Mark Waggoner, Steve
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Edward Kendrick, Thomas Lee Hickey, Ronald
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Carolyn Hand, Barbara Ludwig, Betty Van Duyn, Debbie Deckard, Cecil
T. Tresslar, adviser and director of publications. SECOND ROW: Beverly
Hunt, Jeanne Israel, Cynthia Holt, Delores Colbert, Karen Jeffries, Terri
Wong. THIRD ROW: Laura Dwigans, Richard Swan, David Wooldridge,
Cecil Abner, Patricia Howard, DeAndre Bell, Donna Taylor, Connie
Miracle. FOURTH ROW: Cindy Lewis, Marie Greene, Jan Judkins, Don
Whitecotton, Cynthia Toran, Mike Ray, Tom Abel. Not pictured, Vicki
Eaton, Jim Nowland, Elaine Davidson, Linda Ford, Robin Eads, Mary
Wester, Donna Donenfeld, Kathi Timmons.
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Mathis, Linda Cook, Cathy Rott, Tonya Bruce, Cheryl D. Jones, Terri
Freeman, Glenda Arnett, Bernice Jones, adviser. SECOND ROW: Cathy
Schowengerdt, Susan Tripp, April Witsman, Patricia Walton, James Lingen-
felter, Steve Wilson, Mary Ann Thompson, Rebecca Houghland. THIRD
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Christina Copeland, Kurt Grindstaff, Ivan Christensen, Connie Tucker,
Patrick Finnigan. Not pictured, LaCinca Orman, Bruce Price, Barry Wand,
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Debbie Deckard, Mary Grant. SECOND ROW: James Alstott, Kurt Grind-
staff, Debbie Kuykendall, Cindy Lewis, Bob Davis.
PRAYER CIRCLE-FRONT ROW: Gloria Owens, Rose Mary Harper, Marsha Brown, Cindy Miller,
secretary: Marlene McGuire, Sharyl Gaskins, Anita Marcum. SECOND ROW: Kathy Vaughn, Bruce
Turner, Phyllis Bell, Bill Harrell, Richard Andrews, Carol Brown, treasurer. THIRD ROW: Jill Jessup,
Joyce Neal, Elizabeth Trittipo, Jim Alstott, Pamela Maxwell, Carol Ann Chambers. FOURTH
ROW: Debra Jo Smalling, Lester Trotter, Janice Hittle, David Armes, Clifford Mann, president: David
Morrow, Mary Dunham, vice-president: Debbie Whitaker, sergeant-at arms. Not pictured, Deborah
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Katie Frances Maxey, Diana Wong, Wanda Jones, Jan Middleton. SECOND ROW: Susan Evans, Doris
Hobbs, Sherry Graves, Becky Buckley, Vickie Baxter, Henry Ragan, Gwenann Taylor, Sharon Graham,
Debbie Allen. THIRD ROW: Deborah Cole, Emilie Frost, Jill Burch, Gayle Hager, Janet Eicks, Karen
Lucas, Janice Thompsen, Karen Bratcher, Deborah Smith, Debby Hickerson. FOURTH ROW: Vicki
Hutton, Grace Hedderich, Dorthea Harper, Madelene Crumpton, Carol Rosebrock, Jill Jessup, Deanna
Henley, Silvia Hannemann, Jim Branham, Geneva Jones. FIFTH ROW: Mike Wood, Kathleen Willner,
Darlene Watts, Dennis Hardwick, Eddie Breedlove, David Armes, Milvin Brown, Danny lnskeep, Jan
Hittle, Reta Corlett, Kathy Taylor.
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HEALTH ASSISTANTS-FRONT ROW: Don-
na Taylor, Shirley Jackson, Jana Hearerin, Deb-
orah Sanford, Edna Hutson, Brenda Ivory,
Shirley Wingo. SECOND ROW: Audrey Wil-
liams, Susan Beeson, Beverly Wright, Landall
Surrell, Brenda Barnett, Paula Sanford, Michael
Ragan, Beatrice Sledge.
FRENCH CLUB-FRONT ROW: Marla Richey, Deborah Cole, Vicki Eaton, Bonnie Rector, Niki Jo
Brummett, Venus Buses, Teresa Grant, Jennifer Browning. SECOND ROW: Donna Berry, Jennifer
Taube, Donna Banta, Kimberly Anderson, Wanda Brice, Patricia Taube, Kathy Vaughn, secretary:
Mrs. Patricia Schmalz, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Keven Jay Brewer, Janice Hittle, vice-president: Paula
Espinoza, David Armes, Dwayne Grant, Michael Trittipo, president: Elizabeth Trittipo, treasurer.
Who's Who . . .
SPANISH CLUB-FIRST ROW: Dana Sente-
ney, Linda Clelland, vice-president: Judy Winz,
DeAndre' Bell, Betty Van Duyn, Mrs. Carole
Platt, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Vickey Booker,
Consuelo Espinoza, secretary: Mattie Martindale,
David Moore, Kathleen Willner, Daniel Dinkins,
Pamela Maxwell, historian. THIRD ROW: Ann-
ette Wilson, Denice Glover, Paula Espinoza,
president: Denise Harden, Lester L. Trotter,
Gary Mohr, Ronald Herron.
GERMAN CLUB-FIRST ROW: Margerite Goergen, James Ford, Henry
Ragan, Mee Lun Moy, treasurer: Charla Anne Bare. SECOND ROW: Con-
stance Harvey, sponsor, Kimberly Anderson, president: Robert Kares, vice-
president: Earnestina Colvin, Geneva Jones, publicity agent.
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tinger, Margie Costelow, Cyndi Brady, Sandy Sedam, Sharon Green, Von
Means, Michael West. SECOND ROW: George Evans, Christine Ratcliff,
Deanna Minton, Donna Taylor, president: Roger Edwards, Rita Coreett,
Debby Minton, Karen Williams, Kathy Wickune, Sharon Graham, lVlrs.
Serine Fine, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Bill Moats, David Erwin, Diane Miller,
Ronnie White, Victor Evans,Jr., Carole Thomas, Ella Emerson, Marl Grubbs,
Kerry Conwell, secretary.
SERVICE CLUB-FRONT ROW: Mary Jones, SAC Representative, Mee
Lun Moy, Libbi Michael, recording secretary, Venus Buses, Becky Buckley,
HUMAN RELATIONS CONIMITTEIE-FRQNT RQW7 Mm P39935 Linda Judith McBride, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Beverly Hunt, corresponding
Chapmanf SeC"et3fYI I-'Vida Clem' Dlana Wflghff Rlchafd Swan. Ja"""? Wal' secretary, Darla Richey, Rose Mindach, Niki Jo Brummett, Karen E. Lucas,
lick,GladlsGorden,Mrs. Sarah -F.Hamer, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Mildred Gladis Gorden. THIRD ROW: Aniker Wade, Alfrieda Lee, Sylvia Milam,
Moore, Linda Burns, Frederick Luten, Sam Price, Enerst KI-ncy, Ivan Chris Copeland, president, Janice Hammock, Rosalind Burns, Sylvia
Christensen, Marcia Avery, Dan Richardson, president, Mike Pierce. Not Cisneros.
pictured, William Guess, co-sponsor.
HISTORY CLUB-FRONT ROW: Lisa Lehman,
sponsor, Teresa Grant, Sharyl Gaskins, trea-
surer, David Crabill, president, Aniker Wade,
-Q,-if vice-president, Evelyn Carolyn Walker, Wanda
I Jones, Duane Blankenhorn, co-sponsor. SEC-
OND ROW: Jim Pritchard, sergeant-at-arms,
Patricia Stomm, secretary, DeAndre Bell, pub-
licity chairman, Crystal Sultzer, sergeant-an
arms, Mattie Martindale, LaWanda Garrison,
Pamela Maxwell. THIRD ROW: Foster B. Hart,
Chris Wilson, Jim Isbell, Johnny James Puckett,
Hugh Abel, Carol Hammer, Robin Kares. Not
pictured, Sylvia Milam, vice-president.
KEY CLUB-FRONT ROW: Bob Davis, sergeant-at-arms, James Scahill, Robert Goode, Steven Cook, Jack'Harmon, Danny Bradley,
Roy G. Crabill, SECOND ROW: John Wiggins, co-sponsor, Don Harbin, Ron Buses, Roger Stark, Dan Richardson, Tim Euler, David
Morrow, Randy Auble. THIRD ROW: Randy D. Beck, Tim Couse, Harry Downing, Bob Benson, Gary Spradlin, John Masters, Mark
Grubbs, Mahlon W. Carlock, sponsor. FOURTH ROW: Steve Watts, Randy Wade, Steve Funke, Kurt Grindstaff, Jim Isbell, treasurer:
Martin McDanieI,Pat Finnigan. FIFTH ROW: Darryl L. Gartrell, James W. Farrior, Kyle F. Fort, Russell Nichoalds, Claude Lowery,
Tom Hickey, Mike Baird. Not pictured, Gary Mohr.
DRAMA CLUB-FRONT ROW: Wanda Jones,
Anita Marcum, Doris Hobbs, Vicki Eaton, Dian-
na Shaw, Brenda Troxell, Geraldine Siefert, El-
marmae Brown, Diana Wong, Karen Adams.
SECOND ROW: Nancy J. Nichols, Geneva
Jones, Pamela Maxwell, Debbie K. Shaw, Patri-
cia Stomm, Gail Garcia, Sharian Murray, Karen
Lucas, Ruth Ann Gorham, Mrs. Doris L. Web-
ber, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Eunice Brewer,
Alicia Marshall, Laura Dwigans, Donna Taylor
president: Debbie Rosebrock, Carol Rosebrock
Vickie Anderson, Patti Phillips, Debby Swinford.
FOURTH ROW: Sylvia Milam, Kathy Taylor
Jim Noland, secretary-treasurer: David McAn-
drews, David Bullington, Paul A. Turner, vice-
president: Gary Brockman, Janice Hittle, Roger
Hendrickson, Kimberly Anderson, Brenda Buck-
Who's Who . . .
SPEECH TEAM-FRONT ROW: Wanda Jones,
Jacqueline Laswell, Barbara Constantine, Jeanie
Godwin, Darla Richey, Kathy Brinkley, Beth
Overby, Gregory A. Donenfeld. SECOND ROW:
Victoria E. Irvin, Anna Young, Bernice Brown,
Gladis Gorden, Stephanie Scruggs, Angela D.
Dotson, president: Patricia Stomm, Evelyn L.
Woodson, Vicki Eaton. THIRD ROW: Barbara
Williams, Alfreda Lee, Donna Lynn Donenfeld,
Mary Ann Thompson, Debbie Kay Shaw, Sylvia
Milam, Kimberly Anderson, Suzette Clayton,
Kathy Blakley, Mrs. Alice C. Goodrum, spon-
sor. FOURTH ROW: Kathleen Willner, Bryan
Miller, Gary Brinkley, treasurer: Anthony Cov-
ington, Gregory Boid, Deborah Marshall, vice-
president: Mark Cosby, Roger L. Stark, Rose
Mary Folsom. FIFTH ROW: Donna R. Farris,
Marsha Rae Morgan, secretary: Mike Pierce,
Claude Lowery, Clark Long, Kyle F. Fort, Wil-
liam Johnson, Deborah Moore, Earnestine Col-
MUSIC CLUB-FRONT ROW: Linda Amorez,
secretary: Debbie Thorman, Gary Hopkins,
Claudia Kimbrough, president: Mike Finnigan,
treasurer: Brenda Thompson, Toni Taylor, vice-
president. SECOND ROW: John White, spon-
sor: Ronald Sweatt, Larry J. Stewart, Herbert
L. Thompson, Jr., Daryl D. Garrett, Denise Y.
Harden, Joyce Hise, Robin Childs.
ART CLUB-FRONT ROW: William Locker, sponsor: Paula Esch, Jackie Fagan, Steve Wilson, Peggy Spears, Paula Greenwell, Vickie
Baxter. SECOND ROW: Phyllis McCurry, Linda Mosier, Jack Harmon, Deloris Williams, Patti Thomas, Debbie Dugger. THIRD
ROW: Dave Morrow, Jeff Briggs, Connie Green, Tom Hickey, Kyle Fort, Mike O'Hara, Eddie Breedlove.
THESPIANS-FRONT ROW: Vicki Eaton, Debbi Shaw, Donna Taylor, DEBATE TEAM-FRONT ROW: Alfreda Lee, Marsha Morgan, Bryan Mil-
Sylvia Milam, Patti Phillips, Patty Fagan. SECOND ROW: Kimberly Ander- Ier, Angela Dotson. SECOND ROW: Floyd Tobrocke, coach: Roger Stark,
son, James Noland, Paul Turner, Gary Brockman, Mrs. Doris L. Webber, William Johnson, Mike Pierce, Denver Jordan.
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NATIONAL FOIRENSIC LEAGUE-FRONT ROW: Donna Donenfeld, Brown, Kimberly Anderson, Deborah Marshall, vice-president: Michael
BarbaraConstantlne, Angela Dotson, president: Victoria Irvin, Vicki Eaton, Trittipo. THIRD ROW: Donna Farris, Marsha Morgan, secretary: Mike
Evelyn Woodson, Mrs. Alice Goodrum, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Mary Pierce, Claude Lowery, Kyle Fort, Debbie Kuykendall, Mark Cosby.
Ann Thompson, Bryan Miller, Gary Brinkley, Anthony Covington, Bernice
CHEMISTRY-PHYSICS-FRONT ROW: Geneva Trotter, secretary-treasur-
er: Kathy Vaughn, Elizabeth Trittipo, Rosie Roth. SECOND ROW: Michael
Trittipo, president: Cindy Orman, Robert Kares, vice-president: Lester
Trotter, William Tozer, sponsor.
Who's Who . . .
CHESS CLUB-FRONT ROW: Sharyl Gaskins,
Laura Dwigans, Debra Brewer, Isaac Spencer,
Richard Dunkin,James Ford, Doug Heath, John
Kern, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Irving Washing-
ton, Foster Hart, Chris Wilson, Norman Lower,
Steven Kelley, Jack Linville, Radney Coffer.
THIRD ROW: David Batts, Randy Auble, Mar-
tin McDaniel, David Veney, Jim Isbell, Richard
Skudrovskis, Calvin Wood.
GIRLS' DRILL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Lt. Col
Melanie Morphew, commander. SECOND ROW:
1st Lt. Priscilla Burris, 1st Lt. Terry Wong.
THIRD ROW: 1st Lt. Aniker Wade, 1st Lt.
Mary LaFara. FOURTH ROW: 1st Lt. Geneva
Jones, 1st Lt. Cathy Scarbrough. FIFTH ROW:
1st Lt. Dotty Panhorst, Capt. Debbie Deckard.
JUDO CLUB-FRONT ROW: Tina Smith, Shir-
ley Ann Doss, Linda Troxell, Lindora Robert-
son, Geri Siefert, Joane Sullivan, Martha Robert-
son. SECOND ROW: Wanda Brice, Debra Scott,
Judy Wenz, Jennifer Taube, Patricia Taube,
Stephanie Bates, Leoli Henderson, Aretha Glenn.
THIRD ROW: Linda Joyner, Martha Farris,
Debbie Rosebrock, Vicky Booker, April Wits-
man, Addie Burt, Cynthia Moore, Sharian Mur-
ray, Binky Ramsey, Shirley Davidson.
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RADIO CLUB-Cindy Orman, Gregory Boid, Clement Watts, George Yar-
brough, Dave Morrow, Rosie Roth.
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ROTC OFFICERS-FRONT ROW: C!Maj. Fred Luten, C!Maj. Tim Couse, C!Maj. Jerry Brewster. fp
SECOND ROW: C!2nd Lt. Larry Winston, CXCPT. David Crabell, C!Capt. Dan Kurbursky, ClCapt. H,
Johnny Harper, C!Capt. Sampson Wilburn. THIRD ROW: ClLt. Stephen Bennett, Cflst Lt. Jerry '
S. Brannon, ClCpt. Gary L. Covey. FOURTH ROW: C!2Lt. Jordan Ware, C!Capt. Dewayne Mahone, . , E
Cf1Lt. Lorenzo Caver, CI1 Lt. James McCIung. FIFTH ROW: Cl2Lt. James E. Smith, C!2Lt. Hubert T2 ..,,.
Robinson, C!2Lt. Terry D. Gordon, C!2Lt. James Burton Jr., C!2Lt. Jerry W. Gordon.
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ROTC SPONSORS-FRONT ROW: ClLt. Aniker Wade, ClLt. Terri Wong,
H!Lt. C Melanie Morphew, Cl1st Lt. Kathy Scarbrough, C!1st Lt. Priscilla
Burris, HCICPT. Debbi Deckard. SECOND ROW: 1st Lt. Mary LaFara,
CILTC. Margo Ransom, 1st Lt. Dottie Panhorst, Cl1st Lt. GenevaJones.
BOYS' RIFLE TEAM-FRONT ROW: C!Lt. Col. Melanie Morphew,
Harper, C!Maj. Jerry Brewster,
C!M.Sg. Steve Black, C!Capt. Johnny
C!S.Sg. Paul Turner, Cl1st Lt. Lorenzo Caver, Cl1st Lt. Priscilla Burris.
SFC Clement Watts C S
SECOND ROW: Cl1st Lt. Mary LaFara, , I g. Basel
Brinkley, CISFC David Effler, C!Capt. Gary Covey, Cl1st Lt. Terri Wong.
COLOR GUARD-Cl1st Lt. Dwayne Mahone,
ClCapt. Dan Kurbursky, C!Maj. Jerry Brewster,
ClMaj. Dean Myer.
BOYS' DRILL TEAM-FRONT ROW: HCXLTC Melanie Morphew, ClCapt.
Dan Kurbursky. SECOND ROW: HCILTC Margo Ransom, MSG Dean
Myer, HC!1st Lt. Dottie Panhorst, Capt. David Crabill, HC!Capt. Debbie
Deckard, Capt. Gary Covey, HCl1st Lt. Priscilla Burris. THIRD ROW:
CIMSG Justus Decher, CISFC Michael Butchee, CISGT Charles Schultz.
FOURTH ROW: CISGT Bryan Bloomer, CISFC Melvin Brown, CISFC Jim
Who's Who . . . Clubs
STUDENT AFFAIRS ORGANIZATION-FRONT ROW: Mary Jones, Lin-
da Chapman, corresponding secretary: Karen Darland, parliamentarian:
Alfreda Lee, Terri Freeman, vice-president: Linda Chronis, Patricia Stomm,
Alicia Marshall, Gladis Gorden, Debbi Deckard. SECOND ROW: J. D.
Oliver, Frieda Mindach, Ronnie White, Cindy Lewis, recording secretary:
R J 'hs S
'Rex Marshall, treasurer: Dottie Panhorst, Jack Harmon, sergeant-at-arms:
Jim Alstott, Bill Moats, Mrs. Dorothy Stout, assistant sponsor: Mrs. Martha
Turpin, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Ron Buses, president: Lester L. Trotter,
Paul Wilson, William Johnson, Tom Hickey, Sam Price, Cindy Mentis,
Laurie Lewis, Roger Stark, Getsy Hopkins.
Y-TEENS-FRONT ROW: Alice Robinson, Sharon Evans, Jennifer Robin-
son, Priscilla Burris, Marlene McGuire, Eva Beard, Doris Barringer, Cindy
Bennett. SECOND ROW: Wanda Gamble, Joan Douglas, reporter: Wanda
Sebree, Paula Barnes, Gloria Patton, Gladis Gorden, Brenda Lange, secre-
taryg Patricia Otten, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Pamela Maxwell, Nancy
RED CROSS CLUB-FRONT ROW: Linda Amorez, corresponding secre-
tary: Debbie Thorman, E. Carolyn Walker, Deborah Cole, Dianna Shaw,
Pamela F. Anderson, Brenda Thompson, Toni Taylor, president. SECOND
ROW: Libbi Michael, Aletha Willner, Debby Hickerson, Pamela Maxwell,
Rhonda Crockett, Claudia Kimbrough, Pamela Thompson, Mrs. Susan Mer-
Nichols, Glenda Palmore, vice-president: Mattie Martindale, Sharon Hum-
phrey, Deborah Ryle, Pamela Bingham, Debra Mahone, chaplain. FOURTH
ROW: Alfreda Lee, Sylvia Milam, Claudia Terry, Pati Woods, Margaret
Clayton, Marcia Avery, Donna Farris, Getsy Hopkins, TuWanda Fields.
ritt, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Patty Luttrell, Jill Jessup, DeAndre Bell,
treasurer: Barry J. Thompson, Landall Sorrell, Frieda Mindach, recording
secretary: Deborah Roberts, Andrea Hunt, vice-president. Not pictured,
Denise Duff, Janice Carpenter.
JUNIOR COUNCIL CANDIDATES-FRONT ROW: Sandie Spence, Patty
Fagan, Gladis Gorden, Mary Jones, Patricia Baker, Alfreda Lee. SECOND
ROW: Libbi Michael, Stephanie Cooper, Ella Emerson, Sharon Gadis, Willa
Price. THIRD ROW: Mary Ann Thompson, Terri Wong, Sam Price,
31, Q 3'
Michael Jones, J. D. Oliver, Ricky Coleman. FOURTH ROW: Steve Breland,
Linda Clem, Steve Watts, Ronald Evans, Steve Black, Robert Platt, Steve
Friends of Tech
Baker, Dave 79
Bedell, I. G. 33
Bender, Paul 28
Carnes, John 50,51
Galloway, Max 12
Hutchcroft, Kim 79
Janes, Shelby 79
Johnson, Phil 79
Acheson, Mrs. Beverly 141
Adams, Mrs. Annabelle 141
Alexander, Mrs. Adamay 142
Allen, Clifford 143
Allen, Gaylord 135
Allen, Louis D. 141
Allen, Richard 14,98,124,141
Alyne, Mrs. Elsie 139
Amend, Mrs. Pat 140
Andrews, Mrs. Florence 139
Armel, Mrs. Dorothy 138
Ayres, Mrs. Edna 138
Backmeyer, Joseph 23,79,142
Bales, Mrs. Eileen 139
Barnes, Thomas 142
Barrett, Mrs. Audrey 139
Bayless, Kenneth 137
Bedell, Mrs. Mary 33,142
Behlmer, Reuben 142
Belding, Robert 134
Bell, Carlos 60,142
Bell, Mrs. Nancy 140
Bennett, Mrs. Arvilla 72,141
Blankenhorn, Duane 137,140,155
Borshoff, James 137
Bowers, Melvin 56,59,142
Bradford, Jack 136,142
Bradshaw, Mrs. Martha June 140
Britton, Charles O. 139
Brodhecker, Mrs. Betty 137,142
Brown, Mrs. Leota 139
Johnson, Mrs. Winifred 34
Lugar, Richard 127
Marendt, Tom 60
McGowan, JoEIyn 79
Strand, Randy 61
Stukenbroeker, Fern 75
White, Edward 79
Wiseman, Larry 79
Bruen, Mrs. Virginia 139
Calahan, Mrs. Parncella 139
Caldwell, Mrs. Pauline 141,164
Camplese, Daniel 142
Camplin, Mrs. Pauline 139
Carbone, Dean 60,140,151,74
Carlock, Mahlon 135,155
Carpenter, Mrs. Esther B. 141
Cassell, Mrs. Virginia 141
Catt, Howard J. 142,166
Cauble, Herschel 138
Cauble, Mrs. Virginia 138
Chadwick, Mrs. Janice 138
Chapman, Polly 142
Chohany, Mrs. Elizabeth 140
Clapp, David 32,142
Clapp, Mrs. Margaret 141
Clark, H. K. 143
Clearwater, Mrs. Angie 139
Cline, Ernest 55,137,66
Cody, Mrs. Wyolene 140
Coffey, Mrs. Norma 139
Colley, SFC lRetl Eddie 143
Collins, Robert F. 141
Comstock, Mrs. Diane 141
Cook, Howard L. 141
Cooper, Esther 140
Cooper, Janice 98
Cooper, Mrs. Sue 141
Corbin, Carl 140
Corne, Audrey 141
Coverstone, Mrs. Mary 139
Cowles, Mrs. Lois 138
Cox, Mrs. Florence 138
Craig, Mrs. Frances 138
Crisler, Fred 139
Crooke, Robert 143
Daily, Donald 136
Danheiser, Tom 72,141
Davis, Turpin 141
Davison, Mrs. Karen 141
Dawson, MSG iRetl Thomas L.
Deem, Harold 40,92
DeKemper, Judy 140
Dininger, Walter 57,60,62,140
Dinkins, Mrs. Mattie 139
Duffy, Mrs. Goldie 139
Durham, Mrs. Wilma 138
Dykeman, Richard 141
Dzelme, Mrs. Emily 139
Eason, John 140
Eastridge, Mrs. Elva 139
Elliott, Harold 142
Elliott, Mrs. Jessie 139
Evans, Sharon 160
Farley, John 141
Ferguson, Theron 138
Field, Mrs. Jeannette 138
Fine, Mrs. Serine 142,154
Fogelman, Mrs. Jean 139
Ford, Robert F.141
Fowler, Mrs. Fannie 138
Freemen, Joyce 141
Frye, Mrs. Lois 141
Garrett, Mrs. Marjorie 141
Gascho, Martha 141
George, Dave 67,141
Gioe, Mrs. Deborah 141
Glover, Richard 140
Goodrum, Mrs. Alice C. 47,141,
Graney, William 137
Grogean, Ruth 140
Gruner, Wilbert 139
Guess, Mrs. Mercedes 141
Guess, William N. 141, 155
Hage, W. Pokai 140
Hahn, Mrs. Margaret 141
Haigerty, Mrs. Genevieve 139
Hale, Hester Anne 141
Hamer, Mrs. Sarah 137,141,155
Hamilton, Mrs. Judith A. 138
Hamilton, Marian 142,78
Hamlet, Mrs. Anne 141
Hanna, Mrs. Joyce A. Hanna 141
Hancock, Sonja 140
Hardiman, Emmett F. 163,141
Harding, Mrs. Bea 142
Hardy, Marguerite 98,140
Harvey, Mrs. Helen 138
Harvey, Constance 142,154
Haworth, Hadley 141
Heavenridge, Jack 139
Henderson, Oral E. 143
Hill, Mrs. Odessa 140
Hinshaw, Herman T. 134
Hoffman, Mrs. Marilyn 140
Hoffman, Mrs. Mary 139
Holmes, Ernest 136,145
Holtsclavy, Mrs. Elizabeth 140
Hon, David S. 141
Hoskins, Charles 55
Houldson, Scott 142
Howard, G. W. 141
Huff, Mrs. Gwendolyn 138
Hunt, Mrs. Judy 141
Hurrle, John 63,68,69,137
Hutchinson, Mrs. Mildred 139
Hyatt, Mrs. Caroline 138
Ireland, Ronald 140
Jackson, Burney 142
Jackson, Mrs. Virginia 141
Jaus, Mrs. Florence 139
Jeffers, Leonard 140
Johnson, Alice M. 141
Johnson, Mrs. Orene 139
Johnson, William M.141
Jones, Bernice 41,141,152
Jones, Mrs. Gwen 140
Jones, Mrs. Sandi 141
Kaeuper, Steve 140
Karnes, Mrs. Helen 139
Kanouse, John 98,140
Keliikuli, Eugene B. 142
Keller, Fred 143
Kelly, Frederick 142
Kern, John 141
Kimberlin, William 140
Kirsch, Arthur 141
Kleine, Jay 67,142
Klein, Mrs. Lola 139
Kleir, Mrs. Lillian 139
Kocher, Charles 137
Koontz, John 60,69,142
Kreft, Hilda 140
Kriese, M. A. 140
Kriegbaum, Marsha 141
Kuck, Keith V. 141
LaBerge, Mrs. Burt 24
Lagadon, Mrs. Maria 142
Lane, Mrs. Tellous 139
Langlotz, Mrs. Mildred 139
Lehman, Arnold 140
Lehman, Mrs. Lisa 140,155
Leverenz, Rowland 136,140
Lewis, John A. 141
Litiskas, Mrs. Arthurine 140
Littell, Patricia 138
Lloyd, Robert L. 139
Locker, William 142,157,162
Longshore, Howard L. 90,127,134
Lopossa, Paula E. 141
Lundgren, Mrs. Shirley 137
Lyons, Frances 140
McAfee, Mrs. Mildred 137,141
McBride, Judith 135,141,155
McCutcheon, Mrs. Marjorie 136,
McGeath, Bruce 57,59,140
McNanny, Fred 141
Machin, Mrs. Barbara 141
Maley, Edna L.141
Maloy, Robert 141
Martin, Ellen G. 141
Manka, Mrs. Mary Lou 142
Mansfield, Betty L. 80,140
May, James 83,141
Marshall, Lewis A. 136
Martin, George S. 139
Medcalfe, Ernest 60,127,142
Meditch, Carl 55,142
Melvin, Mrs. Mary 139
Mendel, Mrs. J. Loesje 24,26,142,
Merrill, Mrs. Laura 139
Merritt, Mrs. Susan 141,160
Meyer, Robert E. 90,135,140
Miner, John 75,137,140
Miskuf, Mrs. Shiela 140
Montgomery, Mrs. Gene 138
Moon, Mrs. Wanda 138
Moon, William 29,142,146
Moore, Mrs. Marian 140
Moreman, Ivan 142,55
Mullenax, John 49
Murphy, Emerson 139
Murphy, Wesley 74,140
Ohmit, Mrs. Gwen 141
Oldham, Donald 134
Orth, Robert J. 141
Osborne, Willie 139
Osterhout, Mrs. Mary 139
Otten, Patricia L. 141
Palma, Robert J. 143
Parker, Mrs. Marjorie C. 141
Parrett, Sharon 135,142
Parrett, Shirley 142
Patterson, Mrs. Jacqueline 138
Penrod, Mrs. Mary 98
Pentecost, Mrs. Mary 139
Peterson, William 87,136,141
Phemister, Lorena 142
Plant, Mrs. Pearline 139
Platt, Mrs. Carole 142,154
Pool, Mrs. Bernadine 138
Porter, Sara 138
Potter, Mrs. Margaret 139
Potter, Wallace 135
Puckett, Kenneth 134
Purvis, Alice 140
Ouackenbush, Ray 139
Ouillen, Phillip 54,142
Rai, Mrs. Jatinder K. 141
Ransom, Mrs. Natalie 85,140
Ray, Mrs. Carolyn 138
Ray, Mrs. Gertrude 139
Rady, Mrs. Ruth 139
Reed, Ray 135
Reevers, Mrs. Mae 139
Renault, Dale 141
Rhodes, Irene 141
Robards, Mrs. Elsie 138
Robbins, Mrs. Gloria 138
Robinson, Donald E. 58,140
Robinson, Jennifer 160
Rodewald, Norma 138
Rose, Mrs. Carrol 140
Rowland, Mrs. Betty 40,138
Russell, Mrs. Gertrude 138
Russell, Patricia 140
Schmalz, Mrs. Patricia 14,142,154
Schnakenberg, Florence 14
Schneider, Karl 14
Schneider, Mrs. Louise 138
Schoch, Marjorie 136
Shah, S. Hafize 81,140
Shannon, Mrs. Ruth K. 141
Shattuck, Mrs. Judith 138
Shay, Earl R. 23,142,162
Shock, Richard 137
Siedlecki, William D. 140
Sims, Mrs. Donna 142
Sink, Lois 98
Sipole, Mrs. Betty 139
Skomp, Sam 142
Slover, Michael 142
Smith, Clyde, Jr. 140,145
Smith, Ebert W. 140
Smith, Frances 140
Smith, Steven W. 141
Mrs. Jane 140
Southwick, Mrs. Barbara 141
Stafford, Mrs. Ruth 140
Stewart, Mrs. Edna D. 141
Stewart, James 134
Stewart, LaVerne 138
Stinger, Charleyne 138
Starkey, Mrs. May 139
Staten, Mrs. Mary 137,140
Sterrett, Mrs. Opal 139
Stock, Cyril 88
Stockard, Robert T. 135,142
Stoeckinger, John 81 ,140
Stout, Doroty 160,135
Strickland, Mrs. Marion 140
Sutherlin, Mrs. Kay 138
Sutton, Mrs. Marie 139
Swedeen, Mrs. Anne 14,29,142,
Swenson, Kermit L. 142
Swindle, Bill 139
Switzer, Richard 79,142
Taflinger, James E. 140
Taylor, Mrs. Irene 139
Terrell, Roy K. 141
Thomas, Mrs. Marsha 143
Thomas, Mrs. Martha 138
Tobrocke, Floyd 137,142,157
Tootle, Mrs. Rosa L. 138
Tozer, William 83,141
Tremp, William 143
Tresslar, Cecil 40,41,136,141,152
Turner, Mrs. Laura 139
Turney, Bruce 141
Turpin, Mrs. Martha 135,160
Tussey, Mrs. Rita 138
Underwood, Mrs. Susanna 142
Vaughn, Mrs. Linda 141
Wagner, Lloyd H. 140
Walker, Mrs. Madara 140
Walker, Thomas 139
Wallace, Mrs. Mildred 140
Walsh, Cheryl 22
Washington, Mrs. Emmagee 142
Webber, Mrs. Doris L. 141,156,
West, Delbert 137
Westfall, Mrs. Dee 139
Wheeler, William R. 60,140
White, John 24,142
Whitmire, LaVon 142
Widmeyer, Mrs. June 141
Wiggins, John 14,39,141,155
Wignall, Mrs. Elva 140
Wilkinson, MSG Arthur 143
Williams, Blanche 137
Williams, John 92,142
Wimsatt, Mrs. Florda 139
Wolverton, Ralph 141,144
Woodward, Mona 141
Woodard, Robert 56,63,142
Woods, Morris 90
Woolford, Mary 140
Yarnell, Mrs. Rosalynne 138
Aaron, Debbie 99
Abel, Hugh 89,155
Abel, Tom 146,152
Abell, Carla 99,146,149,26
Abernathy, Charles 24,99,146,
Abernathy, Judy 18,150
Abner, Cecil 98,152
Abney, Pat 99
Adams, Barbara 151
Adams, Donna 33
Adams, Karen 156
Adkins, Mike 146
Alexander, Tom 66
Allen, Debbie 153
Allen, James 79,146,148
Allen, Nate 57
Alstott, James 12,20,79,98,148,
Amis, Shirley 146
Amorez, Linda 147,156,160
Amos, Jacqueline 79
Anderson, Deborah 151
Anderson, Ellen 146,149,151
Anderson, Harriett 74,99
Anderson, Kim 14,33,42,147,154
Anderson, Mark 99,145
Anderson, Pamela F. 160
Anderson, Vickie 156
Andrews, King 92
Andrews, Jerry 55
Andrews, Richard 146,147,149,153
Armes, David 146,153,154
Arnett, Glenda 5,12,152
Auble, Randy 147,149,14,146,
Avery, Marcia 155,160
Barnes, Paula 160
Baird, Mike 56,57,151,155
Baker, Kathy 147
Banta, Donna 33,154
Bare, Charla Ann 154
Barfell, Margie 100
Barker, Sherry 100
Barlow, Sharon 26,79,100,146,
Barnes, Dale 100
Barnes, Gale 100
Barnes, Madonna 148
Barnett, Brenda 153
Barnett, Joanie 100
Barringer, Doris 160
Barry, Reginold 67
Bartley, Sue 100
Bates, Hilda 147
Bates, James 100
Battle, Charles 64
Baugh, Mike 100
Baxter, Kathy 100
Baxter, Vickie 153,157
Beamon, Lyndell 100
Bear, Dwight 100
Beard, Eva M. 148,160
Beard, Willard 94
Beaty, Annie 78,100
Beaty, Robert 60,100
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INTERESTED in a demonstration? Mr. Locker prepares for
onewith his poster, "I Luv Mr. Locker."
MUSIC instructor Earl Shay rumbles to school
each morning on his trusty cycle.
Beck, Bill 55
Beck, Randy D. 155
Bedwell, Perry 100
Bedwell, Richard lRickl 12,83,
Beeson, Susan 26,146,153
Begley, lda 100
Behld, Eva Mae 151
Beight, Anita 146,147,148
Bell, DeAndre 32,37,101,154,155,
Bell, Diane 101,145
Bell, Jackie 130
Bell, Phyllis 153
Bennett, Cindy 151,160
Bennett, Sandy 151
Bennett, Steven 159
Benson, Bob 57,59,155
Berry, Donna 154
Beverly, Carol Diane 11,151
Bingham, Pamela 160
Black, Charles 67,147,148
Black, Ramona 145
Black, Steve 159
Blanchard, Willie 63,69
Blakley, Kathy 156
Bloomer, Bryan 159
Blue, Ewing 57
Boid, Gregory 69,156
Bond, Rose R. 25,147
Booker, Mathaniel 92
Booker, Vickey 151,154
Booker, Willie 151,64
Borden, Shirley 148
Bottoms, Nancy 79,146,149
Bowman, Bill 146
Bradley, Dan 155
Bradley, Regina 101,148,149
Brady, Cyndi 154
Branham, Jim 42,146,153
Brannon, Jerry S. 159
Bratcher, Karen 153
Breedlove, Eddie 50,101 ,153,157
Breland, Ken 63,69
Breland, Steve 57,60,61,151,68
Breland, Victor 57,60,98,151,68
Brengle, Jeanie 101
Brents, Mark 57,60
Brewer, Debbie 101
Brewer, Eunice 156
Brewer, Kevin 79,146
Brewer, Marcella 147
Brewer, Kevin J. 148,154
Brewster, Jerry 159,101
Brice, Wanda 154
Briggs, Jeff 157
Brinker, Paul 101
Brinkley, Basel 159
Brinkley, Jan 101
Brinkley, Gary 156,157
Brinkley, Kathy 148,156
Broadnax, Perry 146
Broadnax, Rhonda 102,148
Brockman, Gary 42,156,43,
Brown, Carol 12,102,146,
Brown, Carrie 98
Browning, Jennifer 33,154
Bruce, Tonya 94,152
Brummett, Niki Jo 154,155,
Brummett, Tom 59
Bryant, John E. 102,145
Bryant, Norrell 63
Buchanan, Jeff 89
Buckley, Becky 39,153,155
Buckley, Gary 63
Buckley, Greg 92
Buckner, Brenda 102,156
Buford, Howard 102
Bullington, David 43,156
'Burch, Jill 153
Burke, Jr., Elroy 102,147,
Burns, Laurel 148
Burns, Linda 155
Burns, Roseland 155
Burris, Priscilla 13,102,145,
Burrows, Gerald 102
EMMETT HAR DIMAN, reading specialist, smiles
around his Mark Twain moustache in keeping
with the current trend.
Burton, Jr., James 102,159
Buses, Ron 14,57,59,102,
Buses, Venus 153,154,155
Butchee, Michael 95,159
Butler, Debra 102
Butler, Harry 63,69
Butler, Ricky 57,59
Byrd, Jerry 63
Callahan, Mike 63
Campbell, Rayfield 59
Capien, Rita 128
Carmony, Richard 91
Carnel, Charles 59
Carpenter, Janice 160
Carrey, David 145
Carrnel, Judy 84
Carroll, Judy 5,125
Carter, Joanetta 25,147
Caver, Lorenzo 159
Chambers, Carol Ann 153
Chapman, Linda 31,98,146,
Chastain, Jodi 79,146,149
Chastain, Terry 126
Childs, Robin 156
Christensen, lvan 31,41,83,
Chronis, Linda 148,151,160
Cisneros, Sylvia 155
Clark, Shirley 148
Clarty, Jerome 56
Clark, Kent 60,151
Clayton, Margaret 160
Clayton, Stephanie 145
Clayton, Suzette, 156
Clayton, Tom 63
Clegg, David 69
Clelland, Linda 12,145,154
Clem, Linda 155
Clem, Paula 148
Clem, Sherry 92
Clinton, Jeff 67
Clyburn, Sandra 77
Coffer, Rodney 56
Coffin, Bob 60,62
Coffman, Debbie 87,148
Coffman, Sharon 149
Colbert, Delores 41,152
Cole, Deborah 153,154,160
Coleman, Albert 63
AFTER FINISHING THEIR DECORATING, Mary LaFara
and Sgt. Thomas Dawson have a fling before the Military
Coleman, Morris 55,148
Collins, Thomas 145
Colvin, Debby 148,150,154
Colvin, Ernestine 156
Colwell, Curtis 91
Constantine, Barbara 145,156,157
Conwell, Kerry 154
Cook, Linda 12,152
Cook, Steven 155
Coons, Barbra 148
Coontz, Bill 148
Cooper, Brenda 146
Cooper, Teresa 148
Cooper, Stephanie 147,148
Copeland, Chris 12,41 ,130,1 52,
Corlett, Carl 49
Corlett, Reta 153,154
Corsaro, Jenny 18,150
Corsaro, Toni 18,150
Cosby, Mark 156,157
Costellow, Margie 154
Cork, Cato 57
Corner, Steve 57
Costelow, Margie 148
Couse, Tim 60,155,159
Covey, Gary L. 159
Covington, Anthony 57,60,151,
Crabill, David 95,155,159
Crabill, Roy 147,148,155
Crabtree, Donnie 89
Crane, Randy 55
Crenshaw, John 60,151
Creasser, Mrs. Louise 138
Crockett, Rhonda 160
Crumpton, Madelene 153
Curtis, Peggy 42,47,148
Cutshaw, Susie 19,34,145,148,
Darland, Karen 12,19,26,27,30,
Davidson, Elaine 152,164
Davie, Ronald 57,59
Davis, Gary 67
Davis, Kevin 20,148
Davis, Robert E. 12,55,149,152,
Davis, Robert G., Jr. 151,68
Dawson, Anthony 63,69
Dean, Barbara Ann 145
Decher, Justus 14,147,159
Deckard, Deborah 12,14,30,41,98
Dehoniesto, Clarence 82
Devitt, David 27,54,60,62,79,
Dicks, Beverly 87
Dinkins, Daniel 154
Dixon, Doug 63
Donenfeld, Donna 152,156,157
Donenfeld, Gregory A. 154,156
Doll, Janet 148
Dorsey, Mike 57
Dotson, Angela 74,156,157
Doughty, Tony 67
Douglas, Doris 150
Douglas, Joan 160
Downing, Harry 98,151,155,68
Driggs, Donny 69
Duff, Denise 160
Dugger, Debbie 157
Dumes, James 63
Duncan, Jeanne 148
Dunhan, Mary 31,153
Duzam, James 63
Dwigans, Laura 42,47,152,156
Eads, Robin 41,152
Easley, Gordon 62
Eaton, Rob 60
Eaton, Vicki 152,154,156,157
Edwards, Roger 154
Edwards, Sylvester 57
Effler, David 159
Eicks, Janet 153
Elmore, Sam 63,69
Embry, Bonita Earlene 151
Emerson, Ella M.154
Epperson, Sheila 164
Erwin, David 154
Erwin, Victoria E. 148
Esch, Paula 50,157
Espinoza, Consuelo 154
Espinoza, Paula 37,154
Esslinger, Larry 60,68
Ettinger, Jan 154
Ettinger, Nancy 148
Euler, Tim 62,69,155
Evans, George 154
Evans, Susan 153
Evans, Victor, Jr. 56,154
,Evanson, Jim 63
SHEILA EPPERSON shies away
from a playful bee as Toni Nix
gives her a shove.
Fagan, Jackie 14,151,157
Fagan, Patty 151,157
Farral, Roger 68
Farrior, Jim 27,79,146,155
Fargis, Donna 46,47,146,156,157,
Fields, TuWanda 160
Finnigan, Mike 147,149,152,155,
Finnigan, Pat 27,152
Folsom, Rose Mary 46,147,156
Ford, James 154
Ford, Linda 40,152
Fort, Kyle 58,64,82,146,151,155
Fowler, Phillip 145
Freeman, Andrea 146,149
Freeman, Debra 148
Freeman, Rosemary 84
Freeman, Teresa 14,30,129,145,
Frost, Emilie 148,153
Frost, Jeff 68
Fullen, Terry 147
Funk, Steve 151
Funke, Steve 55,60,61,155
Garcia, Gail 156
Gardner, Mahershall 46
Garrett, Daryl D. 156
Garrison, Lawanda 155
Gartrell, Darryl 58,155
Gartrell, Gary 58
Garza, Candida 153
Gaskins, Sharyl 153
Gearlds, Tony 66
Gibson, Richard 7
Gibson, Mary Ruth 46
Gilbert, Jim 64,66
Gividen, Kenn 146,149
Gladden, Robert 12,148
Glover, Denice 154
Glover, Shirley 60,62,151,66
Godwin, Jeanie 156
Goergen, Marguerite 154
Goode, Robert 146,155
Goodrich, James 63
Gorden, Gladis 148,155,156,160
Gordon, Jerry W. 159
Gordon, Terry D. 159
Gorham, Ruth Ann 156
Gorten, Betty 148
Gowdy, Mozell 55
Grable, Steven 92
Graham, Sharon 35,153,154
Grant, Dwayne 154
Grant, Mary 145,148,152
Grant, Teresa 36,41 ,152,154,155
Graves, Sherry 153
Green, Connie 87,157
Green, John 54,151
Green, Sharon 77,154
Greene, Marie 12,147,148,152
Greenwell, Paula 157
Griggs, Denny 60
Grindstaft, Kurt 40,41 ,54,1 52,155
Grubbs, Mark 154,155
Guerin, Sharon 147
Guiden, Richard 78
Hacker, Yvonne 80
Hager, Debbie 76,79,82,146
Hager, Gayle 153
Haigerty, Jeanine 77
Hall, Keith 60,62
Hall, Linda 98,145
Hall, Robert 146
Hallins, Joe 91
Hally, Gregg 146
Hammer, Carol 155
Hammock, Janice 155
Hampton, Ben 67
Hand, Carolyn 145,148,151,
Hanlon, Diana 148
Hanneman, Silvia 18,35,150,153
Hannon, Jerry 56,57
Harbin, John 155
Harden, Denise 147,154,156
Hardiman, Grady 67
Harding, Sally 82
Hardwick, Dennis 153
Hargitt, Jack 67
Harlow, Jeff 49,63,69
Harmon, David 145
Harmon, Jack 55,60,61,98,145,
Harney, Dexter 56
Harold, Norwood 57
Harper, Dorthea 153
Harper, Johnny 159
Harper, V. J. 60
Harper, Rose Mary 153
Harrington, Cathy 148
Harris, Mike 66
Harris, Sherman 98
Harrison, Phillip 89
Hart, Bill 58,146
Hart, Tina 148,151
Hart, William 149
Hartsburg, Debbie 18,150
Hartson, Dave 54
Haswell, Vernon 146,148
Hatcher, Esther 145
Hayes, Harold 67
Heaverin, Jana 153
Hedrich, James 56
Hedderich, Grace 153
Heitzman, Maurice 145
Henderson, Melvin 66
Hendrickson, Roger 56,156
Henderson, Robert 91
Henley, Deanna 148,153
I-lerald, Mary 151
Herman, Ken 67,148
Herrell, Bill 153
Herron, Ronald 32,69,154
Hickerson, Debby 153,160
Hickey, Tom 55,60,61,79,127,
Hise, Joyce 77,147,156
Hittle, Jan 147,149,153,154,156
Hobbs, Doris 153,156
Holder, Teryl 146
Holmes, Vickie 150
Holt, Ronnie 89
Holt, Teresa 151,152
Honeycutt, Charles Eugene
Hopkins, Gary 156
Hopkins, Getsy 160
Hoskins, Charles 55,66
Hoskins, Gary 67
Hougland, Rebecca 152
Howard, Juanita 147,151
Howard, Patricia 152
Howery, Steve 63
Hubbard, Jerry 67,140
Huber, Betty 148
Humphrey, Betty 151
Humphrey, Gloria 151
Humphrey, Sharon 160
Hunt, Andrea 18,41,79,146,149,
Hunt, Beverly 41,148,152,155
Hutchins, Philmore 92
Hutson, Edna 153
Hutton, Vickie 33,148,153
lmel, Stephanie 5,147
lngrem, Jose 69
lnskeep, Danny 148,153
Irvin, Victoria E. 156,157
Isbell, Jim 155
Israel, Jeanne 152
Ivory, Brenda 153
Ivy, Willie 63
Jackson, Shirley 153
Jackson, Thomas 63,69
Jacobs, Jeff 56,62,146
Jarrett, Mark 56,62
Jarrett, Nancy 147
Jeffries, Karen 152
Jessup, Jill 153,160
Johnson, Al 146
Johnson, Alfonso 56
Johnson Arthur 56,64,66
Johnson Bruce 57
Johnson, Clarence 148
Johnson, Delores 148
Johnson, Diana 148
Johnson Janice 84
Johnson, Jim 54
Johnson, Melvin 35,145
Johnson, Steve 12
Johnson, Toni 151
Jones, Charles 56
Jones, Cheryl D. 152
Jones, Clifton 56
Jones, Gail 151
Jones, Geneva 33,153,154,156,
Jones, lra 56
Jones, John 67
Jones, Mary 18,150,155,160
Jones, Mike 147,148
Jones, Sharon Ann 78
Jones, Wanda 153,155,156
Jordan, Denver 46,62,66,146,
Jordan, DeWitt 145
Judkins, Jan 152
Kares, Robert 12,33,154
Kares, Robin 47,155
Keefe, Paul 74
Kegeris, Jim 159
Kendall, Thomas 152
Kendall, Vickie 151
Kendrick, Frank Edward 64,151
Kendrick, James 67
Killebrew, Vincent 67
Kimbrough, Claudia 147,156,160
ELAINE DAVIDSON and Martha
Clark experiment withacceleration
on an inclined plane in Mrs. Cald-
well's Physics I class.
Kincy, Enerst 155
King, Carl 63
Kinser, Kelly 89
Knorr, Don 23,146,147,148,149
Kofas, John 77
Kugelman, Jim 145
Kurbursky, Dan 95,159
Kuykendall, Debbie 27,41,146,
LaFara, Mary 159,163
Laker, Jerry 12,59,98
Lampkin, Cynthia 151
Lange, Brenda 160
Lange, Melvin 59
Laswell, Jacqueline 156
Laswell, Jerry 148
Laswell, Melvin 62,148
Laughlin, Roger 59,67
Lawrence, Gail 84
Lawrence, Stan 63,67
Lawson, Linda 147,148
Lee, Alfreda 39,148,155,156,
Lee, Alvin 56,57
Lemmons, Karen 148
Lemmons, Karol 148
Levergood, Barbara 48
Lewelling, Darlene 148
Palmore, Bill 63
Lewellyn, Darlene 148
Lewis, Cindy 14,26,41,98,146,
Lewis, Clarence E. 147,148
Lewis, James 57
Lewis, Laurie 30,148,151,160
Lingenfelter, James 152
Lingenfelter, Jeff 59,69,148
Little, David 57
Logan, Roy 59
Long, Clark 156
Long, Tony 147,148
Lott, Lucinda 77
Loux, Kevin 55
Loux, Terry 55
Lowe, Terry 92,145
Lowe, William 57
Lower, Norman 83
Lowery, Carl 69,63
Lowery, Claude 56,62,66,146,
Lucas, Karen 35,153,155,156
Ludwig, Barbara 148,152
Lund, Harold 145
Luten, Fred 31,57,64,151,155,
Luttrell, Guy 58
Luttrell, Patricia 34,145,160
McAf'fee, Ira 85
McAndrews, David 156
McClain, Bob 58
McClung, James 159
McCurry, Debbie 50
McCurry, Phyllis 157
McDaniel, Doug 147,148
McDaniel, Martin 147,148,155
McDonald, Kris 14,146,147,148,
McGuire, Jim 63
McGuire, Marlene 148,149,153,
McFall, Rita 85
Mclver, Dorthy 148,149,152
McKinney, Mark 63
McManama, Kim 148
McPherson, Jane 148
McPherson, John 67
McRoy, Joyce 151
Mahoney, Debra 160
Mahone, Dewayne 159
Mahone, Dorothy 148
Mann, Clifford 31,153
Marcum, Anita 153,156
CHEERLEADER Karen Darland
daydreams during a rest on a
Marshall, Alicia 156,160
Marshall, Deborah 47,156,157,
Marshall, Rex 12,60,151,68,160
Martin, Alicia 151
Marshall, John 75
Martindale, Mattie 87,154,155,
Massey, Sarah 85
Masters, John 27,62,146,149,155
Mathis, Brenda 152
Matthews, Diana 148
Matthews, Sheila 151
Maxey, Frances 35,153
Maxwell, Pamela 131 ,151,153,
Mayhew, Billy 73
Meads, Larry 83
Means, Von 154
Mears, Sandra 78
Meigs, Patty 78
Mentis, Cindy 148,151,160
Menton, Debbie 154
Meyer, Dean 95
Michael, Debbie 156
Michael, Libbi 26,79,149,155,160
Mickle, Claude 57,151
Middleton, Jan 35,153
Milam, Sylvia 42,43,148,155,156,
Miller, Bryan 46,148,156,157
Miller, Cathy 148,154
Miller, Cindy 31,153
Miller, Debbie 26,146,149
Miller, Diane 154
Miller, Donna 12,145,151
Miller, Mike 147,148
Mills, Mary 18,150
Mindach, Freida 18,146,147,150,
Mindach, Rose 82,155
Minton, Diana 154
Miracle, Connie 152
Moats, William 62,154,160
Moffatt, Ellen 78
Mohr, Gary 154,155
Molier, Linda 146
Monday, Patricia 85
Moore, David 154
Moore, Deborah 46,156
Moore, Doug 79,146
Moore, Jim 56
Moore, Rozetta 87
Moore, Stephanie 87
Moore, Wilbur 60,68
Morgan, Marsha 13,14,46,83,129,
Morphew, Melanie 13,147,159
Morris, Brian 153
Morrow, Dave 60,153,155,157
Mosier, Linda 157
Mouser, Jerry 148
Moy, Me Lun 154,155
Murray, Sharian 156
Myer, Dean 159
Myers, George 92
Neal, Joyce 153
Newbern, Jacqueline 151
Nichoalds, Russell lRussl 54,82,
Nichols, Nancy J. 156,160
Nix, Toni 147,164
Noland, Jim 4O,42,78,152,156
Nonfvood, Harold 57 ,60
Oakley, Bruce 72,146,149
Oakley, James 151
Offet, Gary 62
Offet, Larue 69
O'Hara, Mike 50,157
Oliiqegbi D. 57,60,61,146,151,
O'Neal, Claudette 84
O'Neil, Mike 148
Orman, Cindy 147,152
Owens, Gloria 153
Overbey, Beth 156,47
GLOCKENSPIEL! We can spell it, Mary Renaeu can play it. Kettledrum is
no problem for Jim Scahill.
Palmore, Glenda 160
Panhorst, Dorothy 12,14,124,159
Pappas, Milt 12,60,155
Parham, Greg 57
Parker, Kathy 145
Parker, Zina 148
Parrish, Donna 149
Pate, Ronald 56
Patton, Gloria 160
Payne, Roger 55,151
Pennington, John W. 148
Perkins, Alvin 56
Perkins, James 57
Peterman, Henrietta 12,20,79,147,
Petree, Bart 79,146
Petree, Brad 56,59
Pettigrew, Doug 146
Petty, Price 68
Phembly, Ron 83
Phelps, Nancy M. 145
Phillips, Ken 54
Phillips, Patti 156,157
Pierce, Mike 146,155,156,157
Ping, Chris 79,146
Pipes, Deborah 151
Pipkins, Vernon 63,69,91
Platt, Bob 57,59,72
Plummer, Bob 13
Polson, Bruce 146,149
Polvadore, Brenda 145
Pounds, Sam 55,151
Powell, Bob 57,64
Price, Bruce 57,59,146,151,152
Price, Lonnie 148
Price, Mark 58
Price, Sam 146,149,155,160,27
Pritchard, Jim 155
Pryor, John 37,152
Puckett, Johnny 36,50,148,155
Pullen, Johnnie 88
Pullin, Charles 55
Ouackenbush, David 72
Ouackenbush, Linda 124,151
Quintana, Rolanda 59
Rady, Gary 82
Ragan, Henry 153,154
Ragan, Michael 153
Ramsey, Binky 51
Randle, Mosetter 84
Ransom, Margo 13,159
Ratcliff, Christine 154
Ray, Mike 152,74
Reader, Craig 73
Rector, Bonnie 154
Reeves, Vivian 85
Reneau, Mary 145,146,147,148,
Reynolds, Nola 146,149
Reynolds, Phyllis 12
Rias, lsaiah 78
Richards, Jim 55
Richards, Joy 146,149,151
Richardson, Bryon 63
Richardson, Danny 46,124,146,
Richardson, Joyce 151
Richardson Paul 147 148
Richey, Daila 155,156
Richey, Marla 153,154
Ricks, Felix 54
Riddell, Donna 148
Rigglemen, Dale 13
Roark, Ray 55
Roberts, Deborah 160
Robertson, Sandra 47,87
Robinson, Charles R. 145
Robinson, Hubert 159
Robinson, Jacqueline 145
Roots, Pamela 72
Rosebrock, Carol 42,147,153,156
Rosebrock, Debbie 42,43,156
Rosier, Jim 59
Ross, Steve 56,59,69
Roth, Rosie 148
Rott, Cathy 40,98,152
Ruffin, Derrick 69
Rush, Barbara 151
Rush, Marian 151
Rush, Nathan 62,69
Russell, Leonard 91
Ryle, Deborah 153,160
Sanford, Deborah 153
Sanford, Karen 148
Sanford, Paula 153
Sanford, William 63
Sapp, Robert 92
Sayles, Ron 56,57,60,124,151
Scahill, James 69,79,147,148,155,
Scarbrough, Kathy 159
Schafer, Steve 148,76
Scharbrough, Larry 62
Scheidt, Jay 69
Schiller, Carlene 145
Schlutz, Charles 56,59,95,159
Schmidt, Rick 54
Schowengerdt, Cathy 152
Scott, Barry 67
Scott, Brenda 151
Scruggs, Stephanie 156
Scurlock, Janice 146
Seaton, Jeff 89
Seats, Leroy 146,147,148
Siebree, Wanda 160
Sedam, Sandy 154
li it ,t
et 5 7
NOW lT'S ALL OVER-Tech life
has becomea bookful of memories
as an u n identified Techite
expresses a senior's mood.
Sells, Kay 34
Senteney, Dana 154
Shane, Peggy 42
Shaw, Debbie K. 156,157
Shaw, Dianna 156,160
Shewman, Karen 83,151
Shewman, Marsha 19,150
Sibley, Lee 47
Siefert, Geraldine 156
Siegel, James 146
Simanton, Joe 56
Simmons, Dwight 91
Sledge, Beatrice 153
Smalling, Debra Jo 153
Smith, Arnold 145,151
Smith, Carrie 146
Smith, David 56
Smith, Deborah 153
Smith, Greg 69,63
Smith, Houston 57
Smith, James 14,159
Smith, John 92,98
Smith, Kirby 91
Smith, Ricky 57,59,63
Snow, Wanda 151
Soltau, Janet 148,149
Sorrell, Landall 160
Spaw, Linda 146,151
Spears, Peggy 157
Spence, Sandie 148,151
Spenser, William 145
Spradlin, Gary 66,83,155
Spratt, Tony 63
Stanfield, Mike 27,60,68,72,79,
Stark, Myra 146
Stark, Roger 98,155,156,157,160
Steele, Mike 83
Stevens, Lawrence W. 148
Stewart, Larry J. 156
Stewart, Napoleon 145
Stromm, Patricia 42,155,156,160
Strong, Lydia 127,26,146,149
Sullivan, Joan 85
Sultzer, Crystal 155
Sultzer, Judy 14
Surrell, Landall 153
Swan, Richard 41,152,155
Sweatt, Ronald 156
Swinford, Debby 156
Tabor, Jeff 63
Taube, Jennifer 154
Taube, Patricia lPatl 37,154
Taylor, Andrew 13
Taylor, Donna 40,152,153,154,
Taylor, George 56,62
Taylor, Gwenann 148,153
Taylor, Kathy 153,156
Taylor, Roscoe Jr. 148
Taylor, Tom 57
Taylor Toni 79,98,146,147,156,
Terry, Claudia 160
Thomas, Carole 149,154
Thomas, Dennis 59
Thomas, Mona 151
Thomas, Patti 148,157
Thompson, Barry J. 160
Thompson, Brenda 156,160
Thompson, Herbert L. Jr. 156
Thompson, Janice 153
Thompson Mary Ann 83,152,156,
Thompson, Pamela 148,160
Thorman, Debbie 156,160
Thrasher, Elaine 148
Thurston, Brenita 146
Tiffany, Warren 57,59
Timmons, Cathy 152
Tinsley, Preston Lee 148
Tolliver, Mira 151
Tucker, Connie 40,152
Turner, Bruce 153
Turner, Dwayne 69
Turner, George 101
Turner, Louis 58
Turner, Oscar 56
Turner, Paul 157
Twigg, James 63,67
VanDuyn, Betty 41,152,154
Varnado, Elliott 57,60,62,83,146
Vaughn, Kathy 146,148,153,154
Venery, David 145
Wade, Aniker 155,159
Wade, Randy 23,146,147,-148,149,
Waggoner, Mark 58,151
Walker, Anthony 58,56
Walker, Evelyn Carolyn 155,160
Walker, Fred 57
Walker, Rick 63,69
Walker, Virgil 59
Wallen, Dave 69
Wallick, Janine 148,155
Walton, Pat 146,152
Wand, Barry 40,152
Ward, Larry 55,151,64
Wardell, Willie 56,62
Ware, Jordan 159
Washington, Beverly 148
Washington, Joyce 20,148
Watkins, Dave 67
Watterford, Carl 67
Watson, James 57
Watts, Clement 40,152
Watts, Darlene 153
Watts, Steve 14,57,155
Webster, Charles 57,59,151
Weeden, Dennis 23,147,148
Wells, Debra 151
West, Michael 154
Wester, Mary Jane 79,145,146,
Whitaker, Chester 55,60,151
Whitaker, Debbie 153
White, John 156
White, Ronnie 146,154,160
Whitecotton, Don 41,146,152
Whitecotton, Kenny 88
Whitthorne, John 60,62,69
Wilburn, Sampson 146,159
Williams, Barbara 156
Williams, John 68
Willner, Aletha 46,47,160
Willner, Kathleen 46,153,154,
Williams, Audrey 153
Williams, Bert 62
Williams, Darryl 63
Williams, Deloris 157
Williams, Don 63,67
Williams, George 80
Williams, John 68,93
Williams Karen 154
Williams Marilyn 148
Willis, Ahmony eo
Wilson, Annette 154
Toran, Cynthia 151,152
Travis, Hattie 151
Tripp, Susan 152
Trittipo, Elizabeth 147,153,154
Trittipo, Michael 12,33,154,157
Trotter, Geneva 79,146,147,151
Trotter, Lester 48,87,153,154,160
Troxell, Brenda 156
Wilson, Chris 37,83,155
Wilson, Don 56
Wilson, Paul 27,55,60,61,64,79
Wilson, Shirley 151
Wilson, Steve 12,41 ,57,99,1 52,157
Wing, Judy 154
Wilkerson, Larry 63
DAYLIGHT STREAMS IN on a
once-noisy and overflowing cafe-
teria. These silent walls prepare
for a new batch of happy Titans.
Wickune, Katy 154
Wingo, Shirley 153
Winston, Larry 159
Witsman, April 152,41
Witsman, Marsha 13
Wolfe, Marshall 146
Wong, Diana 153,156
Wong, Terri 40,72,152,159
Wood, Marcia 146
Wood, Mike 153
Woods, Anthony 67
Woods, Louis 63
Woods, Pati 160
Woods, Rhonda 145
Woodson, Evelyn L. 156,157,46
Wooldridge, Dave 146,148,152
Worley, Carolyn 101
Wright, Beverly 153
Wright, Clarence D. 148
Wright, Diana 12,31,146,147,148,
Young, Anna 156
Zachary, Mark 69,94
Zachary, Thomas 91
Zupan, Tony 66
PHOTO-BUG Ivan Christensen
shoots from a cardboard perch
in the Cannon Office.
Arsenal Tower 8,9
Art Club 50,157
Athletic Director 136
Audio-Visual Director 136
Auto Trades, Aviation 89,143
Baseball Team 55
Basketball, Reserve 66
Boys Concert Club 22,23,147
Boys Octette 26,27,149
Building Trades 11,90,91,143
Buildings and Grounds 136
Business Education 86,87,141
Cannon 40,41 ,152
Chess Club 49
Chemistry-Physics Club 48
Code of Conduct 28
Cross Country 59
Dave Baker Quintet 79
Dance Band 147
Dean of Boys 135
Dean of Girls 135
Debate Team 46,157
Departmental Assistants 138
Drama Club 43,45,156
Electrical Trades 90,91 ,143
Evening School 137
Exploratory Teaching 34,145
Foreign Language Department 142
French Club 33,154
Future Teachers of America 34,
German Club 33,154
Girls Athletic Association 39,
Girls Concert Club 22,148
Girls Ensemble 26,27,149
Guidance Director 135
Hand-Bell Choir 24,149
Health, Physical Education
High School Red Cross Club 39
History Club 36,37,50,155
Home Economics 84,85,140
Honor Sweaters 12
Human Relations Committee 31,
Indianapolis Symphony 79
Industrial Cooperative Training
Jazz Band 23
Judo Club 50,51
Junior Council Candidates 161
Key Club 38,39,155
Latin Club 154
Liberty Grove 7
Machine Shop 88
Mardi Gras 30,32,48
Metal Trades 88,89,143
Military Ball 163
Music Club 156
National Forensic League 46,157
Neighborhood Youth Corps 136
News Bureau 152
Office Staff 138
Open House 25
OUR TOWN 44,45
Physical Education 94
Physical Science 82,83,141
Prayer Circle 31,153
Printing Club 49
Publications Director 136
Quill and Scroll 152
Radio Club 49
Roman Banquet 36,37,50
Service Club 39,155
Social Service 138
Social Studies 74,75,140
Spanish Club 32,154
Speech Team 46,156
Special Education Director 135
STAGE DOOR 46,47
Student Activities Director 135
Student Affairs Organization 30
Sullivan's Cave 48
Tennis Team 58
Track Team 56,57
WONDER HAT 43
ABOVE: Titans take their time
between classes, happy that sum-
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carded manhole covers keep each
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Here's to your health, from Stokley Van Camp
2832 East Michigan
A Great Place
to buy a car
1030 N. Meridian
Gardner Electric --X
Fun for the
2313 East Michigan street emlm fam"V
3g2z2i:s'a' , cs Mr. 2
QUZTifJa5iall?la'ima"Sh'p MISS Cue
638-5532 5612 East Washington 353-1561
TEE-KAY FLOWERS SHOP
802 North Delaware
Call: 634-9271 l
GOLDEN IMPERIAL, INC.
Gasoline and Oil
1640 East Washington Street
535-1555 Come on in, help us help you!
Joi-IN SCHOWENGERDT Stl'EEt Federal
Wall Washing-Paper Cleaning
Contact: 639-9726 1525 Sheiby
Come to Walt's where you'II find a l , . t
wide selection of foods and brands A
along with friendly, courteous service. , ' '
sunzn MARKETS a,, OCCaS,0,,,
Members of the "500" Supermarket Club 2401 West Washington Street
9 Friendly, Convenient Locations Around Town Call 637-3525 for flowers
MAX Galloway Studio
20 East Fourteenth Street
For the big date-or for any place!
1845 East Michgan
Crown Laundry and
Meadows Center DVY Cleaners
Esquire Plaza w EEST VV3SI"lll'lQ'lIOl'l
Shoes for the little
ones, and big ones too!
BEN'S BARBER SHOP
4304 E. New York St.
WASHINGTON AUTO PARTS
Baked goods of Distinction"
3316 East Tenth St.
CARTER'S GULF STATION
1844 East Tenth St.
2113 E. Washington 636-4481
W' AT Meat Just for you . . .
Jack s Market
Come in and give us a try
1136 East Ninth Street 637-4684
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PUFIQF Cbllege OZIQVS 1013 OPPORTUNITY
. . CAREER COURSES
Deferred Tuztzon Loans WOMEN
i Loan Made Directly to Student-Not Parents X! 1 U
IBM Business Machines
Accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Business Schools FOR YOUNG MEN
'X!Busine Ad inistration
O RTE R
S N! Transportation-Manageme t
.4 O L L' E 6 E V IBM Computer-Programming
'ms 1360 Computer on Locationl
48 MONUMENT CIRCLE 0 INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA 46204 o Phone, 639-2505
Draftsmen all agree-that for the best buy in pre-
cision equipment Indianapolis Blueprint is the place
and Lithograph, Inc.
:Qi so soo East ohio 24I9 East 56th
Inside and outside dining
For all your banking
Complete carry-out service
needs, come to us
for complete, reliable
a Full-Service Bank
Two locations. . . National Bank
Tenth Street at Emerson 2122 E6St Tenth Street
Bowl your way
fun, and excitement
Just roll around to. . .
2950 Pleasant Run Parkway
FOFESEEEL?-IAJRgE'gPAND LITTLE GIANT AUTO SALES "A Glance Around the World"
,The F ,I I t t H 1428 East washington street CARQYFQNSLVCTPORTS
ami ypace os op
,, - ,, 2209 East Michigan Street
W h h f .
3205 East Tenth Street B ave t e Car just or you 636-9034
You Never Outgrow your Need for
Drink at least three glasses a day . . . every day.
VE RA'S MARKET
2106 East Tenth Street
Great delivery service.
BRIGHTWOOD BEAUTY SHOP
3618 East 25th Street
3208 E- Michigan CHARLES L. WALKER
638-4860 DRY CLEANERS
, 1841 East 46th Street
at Peafbom Phone: 251-9481
Dry goods, hardware, linoleum, paint, glass,
shoes, and sporting goods. Your neighbor-
hood store for over 75 years.
ARMIN GRAUL HARDWARE
2506 Martindale Avenue
This space compliments of
2522 Station Street
The Preston Supermarkets
38th 84 Shadeland 38th 84 Post Rd.
71st 81 Keystone 21st 84 Ritter
73rd 81 Keystone 16th 84 Emerson
and amateur alike, we
have stero tape, phono,
CB, Ham and many
other components on display
"Where customers send their friends"
Your Bank Americard Welcome
Berkshire Life Insurance Co.
James E. Bettis
4131 North Keystone
2801 E. Michigan
Original Mambo Sauce 3 Avas 4 PM W
Shoulder Chicken Ribs
Hot Links Haitian Ham
Pigs Feet Side Dishes
38th at Keystone
Call 923-0920 for Carry-Out
2213 E. Tenth St. 638-1122
Lettermen know-Sportsman's is the place to go!
is North stare street 631-8232
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Getting an education isn't the easiest thing inthe world.
lt's hard work. lt's expensive. lt takes time. But it pays otf in
big dividends for everybody.
Indiana is one big campus. From Michigan City to Madison .
from Richmond to Terre Hauteelndiana boasts hundreds of
educational institutions of every size, teaching every
RCA knows this. lt's one of the reasons why RCA's home is in
Indiana. We're always looking for top-flight people to help
keep us in the forefront of the dynamic, ever-changing world
of electronics and communications.
Education is not only the framework on which society is built
but the measure of its progress as well. Education also helps
determine the accomplishments of the individual. That's why we
hope that if you're in school-youll stay there. Both of us
will be richer for it.
RCA is an equal opportunity employer
YOUR SIGN OF BEST OUALITY
Get out ofthe Rut
Come to the Hut
For the Sharpest
Clothes in Town
3712 East 25th
25th off Sherman Drive
CHARLES B. CAMPBELL,
209 West Washington Street 441 East Ohio
1137 North Layman Street
Equipment for hunting and 635-0934
fishing and most other sports. Call 356-9555
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Come in and chat awhile . . . you'II soon find that Central Business College is the place to
go for almost any kind of business education.
Central Business College
The Indiana Business College of Indianapolis
802 N. Meridian Street Phone: 634-8337
C. T. Butz, CPA, Pres. C. R. Gant, Dir. of Admissions
J. L. Basey, Prin.
4004 Madison Avenue
For the Best in
Meat . . . Shop at
1610 Roosevelt Avenue
Congratulations and 2340 East Tenth Street
Good Luck to the Class of 1970 U
Wholesale Food Oo., Inc.
Lincoln Motor Hotel
117 West Washington
A F5 gl
Funeral Home Inc.
1601 E. New York Street fx i-2
Harold D. Unger, Pres.
A new and larger Chapel
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open-flame-cooked taste + SIIIKES . , . thick enough tor spoonin' + and crisp outside 4 t
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1 1 APPLE TURNUVERS . . . with flaky crusts and BIG SHEFS . . . with two juicy hamburgers FISH .with the best-tastin'
' firm-tender, sweet hlling A and secret sauce HNDWICMES tsh llets go g
i ii J st like the other things you like . . . homecoming . . . having
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I B r er Chef knows what turns you on.
g your eight o'clock c ass. u g
i ' Like food good enough to leave home for. Stop by B.C. soon.
Food good enough
to leave home for
FOUR COLLEGES IN INDIANAPOLIS
Day and Night Classes
Free Placement Service
Dormitory for Out-of-Tovvn Students
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EN ROLL NOW: Become a Licensed Beautician and Stylist
6901 East Washington Street 8939 E. 38th Street 2728 South Madison Avenue
359-5339 898-8456 786-2208
6169 North College Avenue 2768 Lafayette Road 21 North Lynhurst Drive
251-9269 925-0121 241-9368
CLASS OF 1970
La ndes Cap
THE TECH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SAYS...
Congratulations Class of I 970!
Annual Reunion held each
year . . . 50th and 25th
Anniversary Classes are
Honored-Are you a member?
Division of Oak Hall
1210 North Pennsylvania
Richard Watts, a new staffer, learns layout
Thanks to those who h Iped-
CLEM WATTS, staff photographer, pushes all types of buttons in the
darkroom to make the picture come out pe-r-r-r-fect.
TERRI FREEMAN, ad manager, looks through
her ad files to investigate a prospect.
ADVISER Bernice Jones is at witsend during the
final deadline rush.
THANKS . . .
to our staff for meeting every deadline, .
even though the task required after-
to our photographers for producing the
hundreds of pix needed for this book
to Mr. H. M. Smith for the great color
shots in the opening
to Tower Studios for stepping in and
helping out at a moment's notice
to the teachers at Tech for putting up
with an endless parade of photographers
into their classes
and finally, we would like to thank the
custodians who co-existed with our odd
hours without a single complaint.
WOW, what a jui-cee shot! Barry Wand makes
JAMES ALSTOTT, managing editor, looks quite
the most of it.
serious correcting copy for the yearbook.
HIGH POINT YEARBOOK AGENTS-FRONT ROW: Stephanie lmel, Annie Beaty, Debbie Colvin,
Patty Meigs, Linda Berry, Janet Doll. SECOND ROW: Lester Trotter, Jim Bales, Herman Richardson
James Grant, Dwayne Mahone, Debbie Coffman.
DURING THE VefY C0ld weather, l-Ydia SUOUQ MARTY ROBERTSON wears her maxi-coat, a OLD GLORY WAVES proudly in the breeze
Takes advantage Of 3 new D"'Vl'999 and WGSYS new fad that caught on during the cold winter. from the new stainless steel flag pole erected
slacks. last summer.
New, Newer, Newest . . . it's at Tec
NEW UNIFORIVIS caused much excitement this year. Displaying new band
uniforms are, LE FT: Jim Alstott, Jim Scahill, Carol Brown, and Henri
Peterman. BELOW: Debbie Deckard, Margo Ransom, and Melanie Morphew
try out their new WAC-style uniforms as ROTC sponsors.
A TECHITE is silhoutted by gleaming rays of the sun as he studies at the
window on the fourth floor of the Main.
. . . so that's what's new, huh? Well, great. But what
about maxi-coats, girls' slacks on campus, the new ROTC
and band uniforms, the new flag pole, the latest moon-
shot? Even though this book has gone to press and back,
things are still changing. As soon as news comes off the
press, it's old. So even though we've tried as best we can,
the question still stands. . . Hey Tech, What's new??
ROOM 636 apparently is hurriedly deserted as
students rush out into summer vacation.
A FAMILIAR SIGHT on campus, a squirrel watches the world go by from
a comfortable perch and wonders about it all.
SENIORS BETTY VanDUYN and Glenda Arnett gaze at the wonder of a
new summer and plan for a life ahead.
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