Arsenal Technical High School - Arsenal Cannon Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1971
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Titans battled the computer last fall, but the winner
of the match was undecided. The machine threw its
first punch when students found themselves with wrong
class assignments and five times as many study halls as
In assembly line style, Techites migrated to the
Barn to be processed for ID cards-complete with
code numbers and photos. By school rule, Titans
carried the cards and prayed friends didn't ask to
Lack of roll rooms frustrated Techites, especially
Seniors! Third hour was extended, and a new time
schedule furthered the confusion. Some pupils en-
rolled in split double period classes, forgot when to
go to class and when not to go. lVlany could remain
home late, others could go home early, but unlucky
Titans got an extra study hall-usually ll-IST what Th9V
In the spirit of the times some teachers even called
the roll by number. An air of automation threatened
the "human" touch which had always been a part
of the Tech v'ay of life.
RIGHT: lnstead of protesting the new time schedule, Sally Harding
"gets with it" and displays her unusual watch collection which includes
Spiro Agnew, Bullwinkle Moose, Elmer Fudd, Buggs Bunny and Mickey
Mouse. ABOVE: Mike O'Hara wears his student code number. To
him the whole computer :system seems fu nny.
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Can the scent of spring and the velvety
touch of a petal be reduced to a hole in a
punched card? Nature eludes the machine.
Can a number stand between -friends? A
computer may deal with data, but it can hardly
express solitude or togetherness. Neither can
it number and code the quality of a person
Personality is not programmed. These too
elude the machine.
Each person is himself-an individual-a hu-
man being. Titans enjoy people, and no
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In spite of the age of the computer, people, 5,000
strong, remained the most important aspect of campus
Computerizing hadn't changed homework and the
pre-report card worries. Pupils still crammed for
tests and did homework in lunch, only to leave it
in the locker and do it over again while the teacher
wasn't looking. There were still long nights with
research papers, Cliff notes, borrowed books and
Everyone still complained about cafeteria food,
then rushed like mad to get in line early. The familiar,
"Oh, Connie, can you loan me a dime till tomorrow?"
still rang in the ears of Techites. There were no
computerized lunches to tend to our nutritional and
caloric needs according to shape, size, or sex. Our
instant potatoes and tuna casserole shall live on forever.
Of course, our old fat, faithful, funny, fuzz, Fritz
still tyrannized cutters and bubblegum flingers. Fritz
is almost as much a tradition as the two cannons.
And no, they haven't changed the cannons either.
They still sit in front of the cafeteria, decorated with
peace signs and various graffiti, to remind us of our
So, even with all the confusion and delirium, the
important things, our friends, emotions, traditions,
and all the tiny faults that endear Tech to us, still
LEFT: One cause of hurry and shovlng was elrnnlnated thus year
when Tech's bookstore was opened in August. ABOVE: lt took
"freshies" three weeks to learn that trays just don't belong on lunch
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OFFICER Wnlbert R. Grunet, known as Frrtz,
as stall on duty to keep the students rn Irne.
LEFT: Kevin Nahas, takes advantage of the brught sunny day to crack a book. ABOVE: A tree
branch may not be as comfortable as a classroom chaur, but the refreshing air outsrde helps
Tonya Bruce enjoy her reading.
The ticker-tape of school events clicked off to
a promising start with Jamboree, Homecoming, and
lVlardi Gras occupying prominent slots.
Open House with its Chili-Cha-Cha offered parents
an evening of school entertainment as gymnastics,
basketball, and music groups performed. Since grades
were distributed the same day, parents were ready
with questions and comments as they met teachers
for first-hand discussions.
School events picked up even more after State
Teachers' Convention with ROTC Military Ball, and
the SAO Board's annual workshop. Here many major
activities sponsored by the SAO Board were planned
for the entire year.
Key Club members distributed and collected contri-
butions for the lVluscular Dystrophy Drive, and the
Red Cross Club sent their annual Christmas package
Later weeks brought Junior Career Day, Honor
Day, Junior-Senior Convocation, ROTC Federal ln-
spection, and the Yearbook-Cannonball Dance. Ul-
timately, these activities closed the year with a sigh
of exhaustion and nostalgia for seniors, for whom
the big day of graduation finally arrived.
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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS parade around field during halftime at
Homecoming following a display of fireworks presented by Key Club.
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ALICIA BROWN is crowned Homecoming queen by lVlr. Longshore
as Mary Jones and other queen candidates watch on.
VICTOR EVANS pauses temporarily during the Homecoming game
in which Titans were defeated by Warren Central 20-6.
DEBBIE COLVIN is crowned Miss Treble Clef at the Mardi Gras
festival. She represented Girls' Concert Club.
LEFT: Nlelodayres perform at Open House to enhance the evening's
activities. BELOW: The band added more music while parents
relaxed in the cafeteria for rest and a bowl of chili.
IBM becomes less mysterious as pupils experiment with the modern age key-punch of machines.
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SANDIE SPENCE and Carol Beverly "light
our fires" during a halftime show at a football
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NOT ONLY are Judo classes fun, they are
also hard work for Titans.
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bit of "chewing out" by Nlr. Switzer.
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With the opening of school well under way, Titans
turned to extra curricular activities for a change of
pace. With new courses, homework was plentiful
and many hours were divided between themes, math
problems, and reading assignments and club groups
which gained new esteem this year.
The Social Studies Department offered a new course
which dealt with urban development and governmental
influence over family living.
ln the Mathematics Department, Probabilities and
Statistics gathered new students and taught pupils
principles of logic.
In the tenth hour, many girls discovered that a
back handspring is not the hardest thing in the
world. Gymnastics for girls proved well worth the
time, effort and callouses as competition became a
Titans excelled above the computer and filled the
their days with activities of their own choosing.
ABOVE: A building trades class continues progress on the house they
are building at 1405 East Michigan Street.
LEFT: Photography Club members capture the magic of an autumn day
on an outing at Turkey Run State Park.
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VICE-PRESIDENT David Batts, Betty Garten, and PRESIDENT Ron Seats try caps and g
owns for that special "senior" feeling.
DAVID BATTS makes his first speech as vice-president of the Senior
class of 1971 at the first class meeting, October 6.
PRISCILLA BUFKRIS represents the 1970 Sen'
ior Class as she passes the symbolic torch
to 1971 representative Gladis Gorden at the
Junior-Senior class convocation last spring.
And so, the year brought many changes, and most of
all to Tech seniors. After three years of looking
forward to senior roll rooms, they returned Septem-
ber 8 to find no such thing existed. For the first
chaotic month of school, it looked as if the Senior
Class of '71 would have no organization at all.
However, the first class assembly changed matters.
On October 6, seniors of '71 met for the first time
and conducted their election of officers. The fact
that the top five positions are held by males is a
step backward in the Women's Liberation lVlovement.
This blow to the girls jolted them into a little political
Through the year seniors conducted a class all
their own. They could take the initiative to accomplish
more than ever before. The individual could submit
ideas for senior activities and be a participant rather
than a spectator.
Yes, the year of the computer meant CHANGE,
but time may prove that the mechanical monster
has not been so drastic after all.
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DEBBIE RHODES, Gary Brinkley, Beth Overbey, Frances Bradley and Greg Boid display a few of the many ribbons and certificates
won by the Speech and Debate Team members this year.
The Speech Team is a group of ded-
icated students specializing in certain
catagories of s p e e c h and competing
against other schools at speech meets.
The catagories include poetry, dramatic
interpretation, original oratory, boys and
girls extemperaneous speaking, radio and
TV announcing, humorous interpretation
and impromptu. These areas are divided
GARY BRINKLEY passes a convivial moment
with W. C. Fields, played by Keith lVlundy,
at the Soeeuh Team Halloween party.
into novice and varsity. At speech
meets, points toward N F L rank are
earned by competitors for excellence
in their specific areas. The National
Forensic League is an organization which
all speech team members aspire to join.
Students attain NFL membership when
they have 25 points.
CARL WATERFORD protects an unidentified
"Iovely" in a party pic reminiscent of "Our
Debate, sponsored by Stanley lVlinks,
had its first class in the spring semester.
The Debate Team was picked from the
students attending the class. After pre-
paration, they attended five meets or
contests. Each person had a chance
to speak about twenty times.
BERNICE BROWN and Joyce Hise with Bill
Johnson try to guess the identity of two
The Drama Club's annual Halloween
Party enabled members to express them-
selves by way of costumes. Hippies,
Mexican dancers, vvitches, and other con-
glomerations enlivened the scene.
This is just an example of one of the
many different activities that the Drama
Club offers. All thirty members worked
hard at doing their best in such events
as the Christmas play and school play
The Drama Club isn't all fun and
games. They have a time for fun, but
they also work some serious sessions
into their schedule.
Thespians is an organization of ad-
vanced Drama Club members.
KEVIN SMITH gives the "OK" sign, Jim Brown demonstrates on his head, while Flolando Quintana,
in sombrero, and Debbie Viers enjoy the spoof.
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Kevin Smith, in vvig, looks self-satisfied.
THE DRAMA CLUB Halloween party brought
forth assorted characters: Kevin Smith, Jerry
Jones, Flobert Gurzo lpistol in handl and
CLAUDE LOVVERY, Denver Jordon, and Greg Bold flank Mayor Orden, proceedings in John Steinbeck's play THE MOON IS DOWN
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IN THE FINAL SCENE Mayor Orden bids the maid lAnna Youngl await the departure.
good-bye while guard lF?obert Blalockl and Dr. Winter lWiIliam .lohnsonl
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WILL AND TOM ANDERS lGregory Latimore and Clem Wattsl prepare to leave for England to
plan revolt. The meeting with Mayor Orden takes place at the home of Molly Morgan lDebra Moore!
MOLLY IMPLORES the mayor not to sen-
tence Alex to die before the firing squad.
THE MAYOR REASSURES Alex lElIiott Var-
nadol before the execution of the convicted
On November 19, 20, the all-school
play, THE MOON IS DOWN under the
direction of Mrs. Alice Goodrum, was
presented to an audience of pupils and
teachers. The play, vvhich dealt with
the occupation of a small mining tovvn,
was based on the novel vvritten by
American Nobel Prize winner, John Stein-
beck. Auditions were open to the
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impossibility of breaking the spirit of
man despite all obstacles. The original
production of the play vvas on Broadvvay
A minor crisis in production vvas met
when Stanley Minks, assistant director,
smuggled a firearm needed as a "prop"
onto campus under his overcoat.
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CAROLING Techoir singers give their best to
downtown Indianapolis and director, William F.
CHRISTMAS carolers boost the Tech image as they sing at the central school administrative offices in
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scene, Techoir members contribute to the pre-
Christmas atmosphere. Later they made a holi-
day telecast on another station.
Everybody piles into the bus, all 76
eager to go Christmas caroling. So begins
one of the big events of the year for the
Techoir and director, William Moon. But
the Techoir isn't all fun, it's a lot of hard
team work from everybody, so that vvhen
it's time for the curtains to be opened,
the singers not only look professional, in
their green robes, but sound professional
as well. The Techoir gives about 15 con-
certs a year. They raise money for their
needs by selling Christmas records and
candy, and by working a booth at Mardi
Gras. The organization continues to ex-
cite interest and support.
ALL ATTENTION-carolers visited City-County Building and Monument Circle on their rounds.
PART OF THE FUN of Techoir caroling is riding a chartered bus about the city.
THE DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING was no
annual Christmas record.
vacation fo' Techoir and their director. Accompanied by the Bell Choir they cut their
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ing a back seat to no one.
The Girls Concert Club from which the
Techoir gets most of its girl singers has
two big programs a year. They are Christ-
mas 'Round About and Spring Festival. At
the Christmas 'Round About, "Rudolph,"
and "Snow, Snow, Beautiful Snow," and
"Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,"
were specialties. At the Spring Festival
they sang such songs as "I Know Where
l'm Going," "Looks Like Spring ls Here,"
and "One World." The events school more
fun and much more happy.
Directed by William Tatum, the Boys
Concert Club, forty voices strong, exer-
cised their talents on a variety of num-
bers. They featured special arrangements
of "America the Beautiful" and "Okla-
Special goals of the season were a spe-
cial Christmas program and a Pop Concert
at Broad Ripple on April 20.
The boys commanded attention in
their uniform, dark coats and grey slacks.
Stepping out in snappy dark green
double-breasted jackets and light beige
slacks, the Boys Octette produced enough
music with eight voices and a piano to
bridge the generation gap. Young and old
in their varied audiences at churches and
PTA meetings applauded their spirited
Their star appearances were in a con-
test at Butler University on February 20
and on TV Channel 6 in the spring.
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American Education Week.
MIKE STANFIELD, Dave Devitt, and Jim
Scahill, octette members, ham it up for the
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tices: Paul Wilson, Denver Jordan, Jim Scahill,
Sam Price, and John Masters.
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ME LODAYRES MEMBERS enjoy rehearsing
and realize that "practice" will make "perfect."
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Under the direction of Mrs. Loesje
Mendel, the Burt Memorial Bell Choir
performed in many different surround-
ings. Not only here at Tech, but at
churches, fraternal organizations, and also
on television during the Christmas season
the Bell Choir displayed their ringing
abilities. This is a new group of 14 which
began only two and one half years ago
and are already quite well known. The
Bell Choir was featured with the Techoir
in their Christmas program and the Or-
chestra in their 'Round the World pre-
In addition to programs for various
organizations throughout the year, the
Melodayres presented their own fall con-
cert, "Evening with the Melodayres," on
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Friday, November 13 in the cafeteria. The
group performed a medley of Bacharach
hits as well as traditional madrigals, ac-
companied by their director, Cheryl Walsh.
Mrs. Loesie Mendel, Girls Ensemble
director, sets the time for the program,
and the 12 junior and senior girls climb
into their cars dressed in blue-green dress-
es. They giggle and hurry, so they won't
be late. The girls sing many different
types of songs, and get a chance to try
just about all of them, at the approxi-
mately 4O concerts they give during one
year. Some of the songs they enjoy most
are: "Close to You," "Camelot," "Up
Up and Away," "Do You Hear What I
Hear," and "Little Drummer Boy."
TINA HART, Don Knorr, Laurel Burns, and
Randy Auble pull through with the right note.
GIRLS ENSEMBLE rehearse and accomodate the Cannon photographer. For identification see page PERFORMERS at Open House were Bell Choir
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SAM TAYLOR, Alvin Perkins and Mike Miller, Symphonic Band members, beat the drums for the
"I hope I made it!" sighed Tech
musicians nervously, auditioning for the
Symphonic Band. Only the most out-
standing and a d v a n c e d instrumental
students were allowed to participate.
A special event of their year was the first
Christmas Pops Concert.
Another performing group made up of
advanced students was the Concert Band.
They worked hard preparing for the
annual Spring Music Concert.
Partially duplicating the other two
groups in membership, t he Marching
Band played for half-time shows and at
the Christmas tree lighting on Monument
BEGINNING BAND m e m b e r s rehearse:
FRONT ROW-Anita A n d e r s o n, Donita
McNealey, Gail Jones, Myra Hagan. SECOND
ROW-Kushion Lawrence, George Williams,
Dewayne Smith, Joyce Burnett.
BELOW: The Orchestra performs at the
Christmas Pops Concert, an event enjoyed
by numerous parents and friends.
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afternoon session that may extend long after
"Wow, he su r ely isn't o u r new
This might have been a comment
made by female orchestra members as
they v i e w e d their young handsome
director, Ronald Nobles, for the first
Under new leadership, sixty of Tech's
top musicians filled the air with various
selections from classical to pop.
A special event of the year was the
December 6th Christmas concert. A high-
light of the program was the accompani-
ment of the Bell Choir in "The Star
Carol." Students who q u a l i f i ed for
orchestra this year found their work both
hard and rewarding.
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STRING ENSEMBLE practices with Mr. Nobles. SITTING: Nolan Hollawell, Teresa Amato, Debbie l-lill, Donna Montgomery, Bessie Harris Dorothy
Harris, Darrick Mimms. STANDING: Marcus Russell, John Gurienn.
CINDY BENNETT, Wanda Gamble and Mary Jane Marthin, sponsor,
plan a downtown meeting of Y-Teens
ALFREDA LEE, Frieda Mindach and Lisa Milender decorate the SAO
Language, clubs '
ln addition to the Spanish Club's
traditional pinata booth at the Mardi
Gras the year's activities included the
November 15 excursion to Indiana Uni-
versity. After a dinner of tacos and enchi-
ladas, the group, accompanied by Mrs.
Maria Lagadon, Mrs. Sheila Young, Mrs.
Patricia Schmalz and David Clapp, at-
tended a two-hour evening performance
of El Ballet Folklorico de Mexico.
The latest thing for Tech's Latin stu-
dents and especially the Junior Classical
League is "Res Geste," a publication
available to Latin students used to broad-
en the students' use of the language and
increase his vocabulary.
This year the French Club made a
visit to the Chez Jean Restaurant. They
learned to eat the French way with bread
and utensils held in both hands.
Traditionally the French Club had
their annual Christmas dinner. The menu
included the traditional quiche-Lorraine,
cat's tongue and buch de Noel. They also
had soft drinks, potato chips, pretzels
and other American junk food. While the
dinner cooked, members played pool and
MAGGIE MADDOX in a French Club audience, enjoys a puppet show. Operators taking a bow are
Elizabeth Trittipo, Kim Anderson and Jan Hittle.
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RON THOMPSON, Lisa Milender, Frieda Mindach and Mary Jones discuss school splflf at SAO
PARENTS CHAT at the SAO-sponsored recep-
tion honoring scholastic sweater recipients.
RIGHT: Laurie Lewis congratulates Paul THINGS GO BE-I--I-ER when you Start the day
with a moment for worship, Prayer Circle
Y-Teens is the high school club for
members of the Y.W.C.A. The Tech
group entertained children at an orpha-
nage in December, as part of their Christ-
mas observance. Later in the year they
attended a program at Manual High
School on women's liberation.
Promoting school spirit was a major
goal of the Student Affairs Organization.
At the annual workshop, held this year
in November, members of the SAO
Executive Board planned the Board's
annual Christmas Dinner, Valentine's Day
Tea for the faculty and staff, and the
Student-Faculty Game in co-operation
with the Service Club and Key Club.
Besides the usual annual affairs, the
Board, under the direction of their new
sponsor, Mr. Karl Schneider, planned for
many more pep sessions and after-school
dances. Another goal of the Executive
Board was to re-write the SAO's constitu-
tion, liberalizing the eligibility require-
ments, thus allowing a better cross-sec-
tion of students to have a chance to join
and participate in more school activities.
During the past year Prayer Circle did
several things. At Mardi Gras they spon-
sored a booth. Also, at Christmas time,
Prayer Circle along with FTA went to
Barton House Nursing Home and sang
Christmas carols throughout the building.
This was then followed by separate
Other activities during the year includ-
ed a bowling party, a breakfast and also a
picnic late in the year.
This year the activities of the Service
Club included a tea for senior girls,
Christmas dinner, and a food basket
project for unfortunate families. Selling
mums for homecoming a n d booster
badges for games provided funds to pay
for the apples which club members gave
to teachers and custodians at Thanks-
giving time. Service Club also sponsored
the clean-up campaign that the campus
needs every spring. For the senior girls'
tea, the club invited some Tech graduates
to return from college to speak with the
girls and to give them some idea of what
to expect and what things they should
take with them.
NIKKI BRUMMETT sells Service Club cider
to help support the Mardi Gras.
MILDRED MOORE and Aniker Wade prepare
to send apples and thank-you's as a Thanksgiving
KAREN LUCAS goes all out with her display
of booster buttons. Here we go 70-71 Titans.
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Wade, and Mark Brooks ponder the world in History Club.
The visit of Superintendent of Schools
Dr. Stanley C. Campbell in a rlay long
conference with Tech pupils, faculty and
parents was a memorable event of the
pre-Christmas season. One issue being
discussed was the racial balance of the
varsity cheerleading squad. The Tech
Human Relations Committee conferred
with the superintendent and explained
the method by which cheerleaders were
auditioned and selected. A call was made
for all girls to try out. The field was
narrowed by successive eliminations, with
the Human Relations Committee forming
part of a student-faculty board equally
balanced between black and white.
Another matter under discussion with
Dr. Campbell and of interest to the com-
mittee was possible reorganization of the
school according to a house plan in use
by various inner-city schools throughout
The Human Relations Committee conf
tinued its project this year of sending
guest speakers to fe e d e r junior high
schools to talk to prospective Tech fresh-
men and to familiarize them with Tech
The yearly Red Cross Drive showed
a total of 3196.00 Members of the Red
Cross Club also made a project of sending
a gift box to servicemen overseas. They
helped Tech nurses by making bandages
to be used in the Health Center and by
first aid and health classes. Among social
affairs, members enjoyed a Christmas
party at the home of the sponsor, Miss
"Ah-32.55. Do I hear 2.6O? Come on
folks, this little beauty is from Sweden
gives a fine massage." This type of talk
is not uncommon at the History Club's
Roman Banquet. The club had their ban-
quet this year in February. The toga-clad
members and their special guests enjoyed
ham, baked beans, and other assorted
dishes. The evening was made complete
when slaves were auctioned to the guests.
The money collected went to the History
In the spring of the year, club meme
bers took a trip to Chicago. The big event
of the day was the trip to the Rosenwald
Museum of Science and lndustry.
KEY CLUB Santas Steve Cook and Houston
Smith are children for a moment among a
mountain of toys.
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The Key Club conducted a goodwill
drive at Christmas time 1970. ln addition
to bell ringing for the salvation Army at
K-Mart Shopping Center, the group col-
lected money and gifts to make Christmas
a little brighter at Central State Hospital.
A few members made a trip there to con-
duct a gift shop service so that patients
could Christmas shop at no expense to
themselves, a n d so r e m e m b er their
families and friends.
Key Clubbers also sold Cokes at school
dances and other school fu nctions.
lt's not all work. Members enjoyed
a Christmas party at the home of Mahlon
A green sweater-white T indicates var-
sity standing in Tech athletics. A white
sweater-green T i n d i c a tes additional
achievement. T sweaters also symbolize
membership in the Lettermen.
The Lettermen's Club continued this
year its traditional project of manning
the basketball booth at Mardi Gras.
This year for the first time, Girls
Athletic Association met volleyball teams
from other schools. Also as fun and
games, the girls engaged in intramural
basketball, kickball, and baseball. The
girls also played the teachers in a volley-
ball contest which is becoming an annual
Judo is one of the most exciting sports
offered here at Tech. ln each class, held
on Mondays there are approximately 25
girls. The sponsor is Miss Shirley Parrett
and the instructor is Mr. John Karnes. In
this class the object is to work toward the
black belt. There are seven different
colors on the way up which include
white, yellow, yellow tip, orange, green
or purple, brown and black. In order to
achieve these colors participants master
the art of holds, pins, chokes, throws
and falls. According to member, Geri
Siefert, Judo should be regarded as a
sport rather than a defensive practice.
BELOW: Mrs. Harding and a few of the girls in GAA have some laughs
about their basketball game. RIGHT: Here they are in perfect form at the
end of a practice run. Girls Gymnastics.
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nastics, began emphasizing the need for
physical fitness by teaching conditioning
to interested girls in a tenth-hour session.
Learning perfection in timing and ba-
iance, the girls stayed with it, although
each girl bore the scars of blisters and
Instruction was given on the uneven
bars and balance beam, and in floor exer-
cise and tumbling. Each girl practiced
stunts until perfected, and then worked
her more difficult feats into a routine.
Lack of equipment kept the gymnastic
team from competition, but left them
with the hope of competing next year.
ABOVE: Judo members bend into shape as they prepare for the art of "flips" BELOW: Lettermen
engage in an early morning session.
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Clad in blue jeans and other grubs, a
troupe of Techites journeyed one Satur-
day to the family home ofthe Art Club's
sponsor, Susan Humbarger, in Brown
County. The club's mission was to cut
Christmas trees and sell them as a club
project. They netted 32500.
At Thanksgiving time the Art Club en-
joyed a doughnut-cider social.
In January the group visited the lndi-
anapolis lVluseum of Art at Oldfields.
The year was rounded out with numer-
ous meetings enabling members to social-
ize and enjoy refreshments together.
Basketball anyone? This year's Print-
ing Club was triumphant over the "no-
torious" kids in the Barn Project. The
Printing Club is just one of Tech's extra-
curricular activities that participates in
intramural basketball. In addition this
year the Printing Club made several field
trips to printing establishments in order
to see how professionals work. This club
also earned money by making and selling
"WHOSE lVlUlVllVlY?" nobody knows the origi-
nal occupant of the ornate case at Oldfields.
lN CONTBAST to the geometric of the stair-
wav labovel is an intricate figure of a mother
and child lrightl, sights at the new museum. i',
PAULA GREENWELL, Susan Humbarger, sponsorg Brenda Bear and Kim Fallowfield enjoys a social
gathering at Art Club.
AN ORNATE WORK of the metal smith js ad- FEW GIRLS become interested in Printing
mired by art students. Club, but one is at work on the scratch-pad
The Chemistry-Physics Club, with the
help of sponsor James lVlay, has found
itself involved in several interesting pro-
jects this year.
The members themselves choose ex-
periments they want to do. Among the
devices they have used this year is an
accelaration of gravity device. lt operates
on the theory that the heavier an object
is and the longer the distance it falls,
the faster it falls. The device is actually
an extremely accurate clock which mea-
sures the time taken for an object to
reach to ground after it is released.
During the winter the club visited the
air pollution center here in Indianapolis,
where they got a first hand look at the
problem and the work being done to
Spelunking became a major interest
in the spring. The club visited an Indiana
cave and e x p I 0 r ed rock formations,
cracks, and crevices with only slightly
CHESS FANS learn fast and rack up rating for
intramural and inter-school tournaments.
A new organization formed at Tech
this year was the ATHS Intramural Bowl-
ing League, sponsored by Ed Scahill.
The group was met with much enthu-
siasm by student bowling buffs liking
competition. lVlr. Charles Aydt, manager
of Bowl-O-lVlat, in the Twin-Aire Shop-
ping Center agreed to host the bowlers
each week. Students were formed into
ll teams of 4 bowlers each and the group
was on its way. Trophies were awarded
to the first and second place team, first
place individual bowlers, and for sports-
manship, the latter by vote of other
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KATHY VAUGHN "gets a charge" out of an
oscilloscope experiment conducted by Dan
lVlorford and club sponsor, James lVlay.
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Ever wonder what is meant when
someone says "check-mate"? Ask any
member of the Tech Chess club and you
are likely to get a detailed definition.
The object of Chess is to capture the
opposition's king without endangering
your own sire.
The Chess club meets every Thursday
after school to pit skills against skills.
Sponsor John Kern says "You don't
have to know how to play the gameg just
come and we'll teach you."
The club has approximately 35 mem-
bers and is growing rapidly.
GENEVA JONES instructs a class at School
101 as part of her Exploratory Teaching
DEBRA IVIAHONE "cuts up" a bit when
Future Teachers make invitations to the annual
Business, ' gwups point
Many students of Tech have a great
misconception of Exploratory Teaching.
This year, the group is made up of 15
senior boys and girls vvho have a grade
point average of 5.0, a satisfactory citizen-
ship record, and are approved by the
Exploratory Teacher sponsor, lVlr. Clyde
Smith. Great emphasis is placed on the
student's desire to be a teacher and his
vvillingness to work at his approved
post plus his co-operation in attending
monthly meetings with lVlr. Smith.
The duties of the exploratory teacher
are basically that he participate and
assist his co-operating teacher in any way
The grading system is unusual in that
the student-teacher receives his grade
from the co-operating teacher. Each grad-
ing period, the group sponsor meets with
each co-operating teacher, talking vvith
him the student's report card. At this
time, the sponsor discusses with the
co-operating teacher the possible pro-
blems of the student and records his
progress on the report card at that
lVlrs. Joan Brown sponsor and David
Armes, president work hard to make Fu-
ture Teachers an interesting club. At
Christmas the club spread the happiness
of the season at the Barton House. At Eas-
ter they celebrated with a traditional egg
hunt. They also attend interesting con-
ventions concerning the advancement of
teachers throughout the year.
ICT is a program in which students
are in school half a day and work in a
desired occupation for the remaining
half day. One class at Tech must be a
subject related to their job. Students
recieve 2 credits-1 for the realted class,
the other from the training station.
While on the job they are under the
supervision of an adult, who gives the
student a grade based on his vvork. To be
eligible the student must be 16 years of
age and at least a junior. Students must
have average grades, good personality
traits, and satisfactory attendance.
Boys and girls have participated in
over 15 occupations while in the program.
Students interested in the lCT program
should contact lVlr. Holmes, Room D,
NANCY ETTINGER serves an English class act-
ing as "customers" in Cashiering, a prerequisite
BOTH CO-OPERATING teacher and sponsor
grade the student, and the student is able at
any time to ask questions concerning his
grade and his progress.
NURSE AlDE SOLTAU at Community Hospi-
tal instructs Tech IC trainees. Edna Hutson in
chair, Patty Abbett, Jane llley.
Advertising. Transferring. Selling. This
is Distributive Education. This is educa-
tion pertaining to moving merchandise.
DE offers better understanding of the
job world of today.
DE is in its 25th year, but this is only
the second year at Tech.
The students enrolled in DE go to dif-
ferent places to work to learn about the
many processes an object goes through
to get sold. Among some of the places
that t h i s year's students work are:
Zayre's, Burger Chef, Butler Shoes, G.
C. Murphy at Fountain Square, lVletho-
dist Hospital Food Service, Household
Finance, Eisner's Food Stores, and Turn-
Style Department Store.
To be able to enter into Distributive
Education requires senior standing with
credit in sales or cashiering.
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BOYS DRILL TEAM-FRONT ROW: HCIMAJ Teri Wong, HCfCPT Debbie Rouse, HCXMAJ Mary
LaFara. SECOND ROW: CXSFC Tim White, CXSSG Dave Mathis, CXSMG Francis Calhoun.
THIRD ROW: CXSFC Mark Brooks, CXMAJ Jim Kegeris, commander, C!2nd LT Gordon Easley.
FOURTH ROW: Cflst LT Charles Schultz, Cflst LT Robert Heavrin, Cflst LT Bryan Bloomer.
1970 was a year of many changes
for Tech's ROTC unit. The spring of
the year saw some sponsors in new WAC
uniforms, with more added in the fall.
Spring also brought a victory for the
Girls Drill Team when they won first
place in the city drill meet at Ft. Ben-
jamin Harrison, plus a. S e c o n d-place
victory at Armed Forces Day Exhibition.
Boys Drill Team members also took
second and third places in knock-out
drill on Armed Forces Day.
November ll, the annual Veterans
Day parade brought Tech a highly covet-
ed second place award for their per'
formance-a large American flag, plus
a comment from Gen. William C. West-
moreland, parade marshall, complimenting
Tech's fine brigade staff.
November 24, the Boys Rifle Team
met John Marshall High School for the
final match of the year. As a result,
members received a trophy for winning
second place in the city.
Couples danced into a Christmas fan-
tasyland for the 25th annual Military
Ball, in a cafeteria transformed for a
The final big event of the school
year was the annual Federal Inspection
at which all graduating officers and spon-
sors were honored. All members of the
ROTC unit worked especially this year
to restore Tech's Honor Star rating.
BOYS RIFLE TEAM-FRONT ROW: CISFC
Joe Little, C!2nd LT Bob Ramsey, C!2nd LT
Gordon Easley, CXSFC Scott Means. SECOND
ROW: CXMAJ Mary LaFara, CIMAJ Steve
Black, CXMAJ Pat Turner, CXMAJ Jim Kegeris,
CXMAJ David Effler, HCXMAJ Terri Wong.
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Debbie Rouse, HCXCPT Alicia Marshall. SECOND ROW: HCXMAJ
Aniker Wade, HCXMAJ Terri Wong, HCXMAJ Mary LaFara, HCXMAJ
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Alfreda Lee, HCXCPT Janice Wagner. parade are: Cfcp Clem Watts, Cnnd LT
Robert Heavrin, HCXCPT Debbie Rouse, C!2nd
LT Easley, Cf2nd LT Kevin Kinder, among
The Varsity and Reserve Cheerleaders
play an important part in all athletic
events. lt takes skill, hour after hour
of practice, a lot of sores and bruises,
happy and sad times.
To be selected, a Tech cheerleader
goes through two practices. The Varsity
and Reserve cheerleaders teach the cheers
and a few jumps. Candidates practice
hard for two weeks then face first cuts.
The judges are the Human Relations
Club and some teachers. A girl who
makes the first cuts comes back a week
later and cheers her heart out, then
waits to hear whether she was selected.
lt's really a lot of fun and exciting
for a girl to know that she is representing
MAJORETTES turn it on" with smiles and batons.
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-DEBBY Colvin, Mary Jones, Vicki Holmes, Doris Douglas and Andy Hunt warm up at the Shortridge game
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NOT THE CHEERBLOCK, but still a happy bunch of Titans.
From a spectators point of view, a parade
is all glamour. A Nlaiorette may have a
different vievvpoint, One of Tech's Titanettes
relates her personal experience.
Boy, those boots weren't the greatest
things in the world to march in. It
was a bitter cold day, Veterans Day,
the day of my first parade. In the
shortest of costumes I joined the major-
ettes as they piled sleepily into forma-
tion. Above the rumbling of the band,
the girls shouted, "Smile, will ya, you're
in a parade, not a funeral."
The air of confidence as we stood in
block band formation, faltered when
suddenly, with no warning, the music
started. Then came total confusion.
Questions entered my mind that I could
not answer. There were so many things
to do: remember the routine, lift the
knee up, keep with the file, and put a
smile on your face. Two miles of thisl l
would never make it. VVe'd gone only
a few yards.
Disregarding the stinging blasts of the
wind, we kept the pom-pons in a flurry
despite the numbness that was swiftly
entering our fingers.
The end of the parade route was
nearing. Could my arms and legs hold
up for the few yards left before me?
They had to! Each foot felt like a
one-hundred pound weight. It was sheer
torture every time l lifted my leg. Then
just as suddenly as it had begun, the
parade ended. Despite the happiness
of getting to sit down, I felt sad. It
IVIAJORETTES STEP at a b r i s k pace at
Veterans Day Parade.
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It is sometimes like a three-ring circus
in Room 638. In one corner a person may
be working on a column, in another
corner may be someone working on
homework, and in still another corner
may sit a person trying to throw paper
into the waste basket six feet away.
There were more beginners than usual
this year on staff. Twenty-four of the
thirtyseight were first time staffers.
Have you ever wondered how much
trouble it is to get the weekly paper out
on time? This year the weekly staff
brought out 22 issu es. The Cannon
weekly staff received first-class honor
rating for both semesters of the previous
Members of the newspaper staff serve
as the Newsbureau covering Tech events
for the downtown papers.
DONNA TAYLOR, page three editor, prepares a bit of page layout.
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CECIL T. TRESSLAR, weekly adviser and
director of publications, ponders an editorial
DON WHITECOTTON edits page four for a
Monday deadline after a week-end of sports.
PAGE TWO EDITOR, Connie Miracle, checks
an expression of opinion for the editorial
DIPPING into a supply of popular football
photos, is Robin Eads, photo editor.
CONFERRING with editor-in-chief Richard Swan, is Vicki Eaton, page
BARBARA LEVERGOOD types some copy
for the next issue of the weekly.
CHERYL CROUSE, and April Witsman prepare an index file lor "IF I WIN, you do l:iyoutl" Mary Ann Tliortipson, tgoi-tliirir, irrn
yearbook ad sales, Cheryl also filed negatives for the photographers. wrestles Bob Benson to seevvlio's thi:"br:ttr:i man "
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TONYA BRUCE, yearbook co-editor, tries to
laugh off the task of writing copy.
SKETCHING A COVER design is no easy
task, but Laurel Burns accomplished the feat.
MARY LAFARA explains a typing job to Debbie Rouse. Mary created most of the paper sculpture
used throughout the book.
BEING STARTLED as Mamie Brown is by
the photographer may cost copy a few errors.
Meeting deadlines and staying over-
time are specialities of the Cannon year-
book staff. Starting the year with many
new staffers, and suffering from the loss
of "oId" experienced workers proved to
be a hassle to all involved.
Planning the cover, theme, copy, type,
and pictures to be used kept staffers busy
through the final deadline in March.
Unable to contact seniors through
senior roll rooms, the staff went via the
Senior Office counting on class teachers
to help pull them through.
Toward the end of a rough year,
"Kiddies" made light of their bad times
and relaxed before thinking about the
job ahead for next year.
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thrill of the season for Titan golfers,
according to Mark McKinney, team mem- Tech 10 Shoftfidge 2
ber. John Green as the hero of the match IEC: ll Attucks 1
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rated city honors. ec r 'ngton 10
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ln another game, Titans scored points
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against Arlington for the first time. Hope ,
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for victory died, however, as Tech lost Tech 4 Howe 8
the match. Nevertheless, their scoreless Tech 9 Manual 3
jinx with the Knights was broken. Ac- Tech 4 Broadrippm 8
cording to Rick Schimdt, the Tech group Tech 4 Ben Davis 8
played the best game of their season Tech 12 Wood O
in this match. Tech 2 Northwest 10
The 1970 golf season ended with the Tech 0 Noffh Centra' 12
loss of Coach Phillip Ouillen to another IBC: 2 Cathedfa' 10
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'dent durin the summer Tech 5 Amngton 10
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City-Tech 14th place
Won 7 Lost 10
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GOLF TEAM-FRONT ROW: Mark McKinney, Rick Schmidt. SECOND ROW: Dave Hartson,
Kurt Grindstaff, Dave Devitt, Bill Moats, coach Phillip Ouillen. BELOW: John Green.
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VARSITY BASEBALL 1970
Tech 7 Attucks 0
Tech 13 Warren Central 2
Tech 5 Scecina 6
Tech 3 Howe 4
Tech 3 North Central 10
Tech 4 Arlington 2
Tech 5 Latin School 1
Tech 9 Southport 5
Tech Kokomo lcancelledl
Tech 8 Ben Davis 1
Tech Wood lcancelledl
Tech 3 Cathedral 4 110 inningsl
Tech 7 Northwest 9
Tech 4 Broad Ripple 1
Tech 11 Manual 4
Tech 10 Shortridge 4
Tech 7 Washington 3
Tech 5 Marshall 3
Tech 5 Scecina 4
Tech 0 Decatur Central 1
Won 12 Lost 6
RESERVE BASEBALL 1970
Tech 7 Warren Central 2
Tech 3 Howe 1
Tech Scecina lcancelledl
Tech 3 North Central 4
Tech 1 Southport 2
Tech 6 Ben Davis 10
Tech 4 Arlington 3
Tech 2 Cathedral 0
Tech 3 Northwest 7
Tech Broad Ripple lcancelledl
Tech Manual lcancelledl
Tech 5 Shortridge 0
Tech Washington lcancelledl
Won 5 Lost 4
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The Varsity Baseball Team, coached
,AN by Ivan lVloreman, slugged their way
into the State Regional. The powerful
hitting of Bobby Davis with a .468
batting average was followed by Tom
Hickey, .4365 and Charles Hoskins, 412.
Hoskins, a sophomore, was the leading
pitcher with a 603 record. Paul Wilson,
a junior pitched 5-2. The team ended
-ff' their season with a 1-O loss against
Decatur Central in the first game of
The '70 Reserve Baseball Team pro-
duced a backup force for the Varsity.
Grady Hardimann and Feon Garrison,
Titan pitchers, also dressed Varsity.
Jerry Wallace, first base, Garry Rady,
second base, Tony Zupan, shortstop, and
Gary Spradlin, catcher played Reserve
and dressed a few games on Varsity.
Tyrone White played right field and
some at first base. Kenny Herman
started at third base.
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VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Bobby Davis, Larry Ward,
Rodger Payne, Steve Funke, Charles Hoskins, Jack Harmon, Jerry Wallace.
SECOND ROW: Ivan Nloreman, coach: Sam Pounds, Jeff Haley, Pete
RESERVE BASEBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Tim Euler, Jim Branham,
Jeff Meeks, Kenny Herman, Grady Hardiman, Larry Ross, Stanley Driver,
Gary Rady, Jim Wallace. SECOND ROW: Steve Hugglar, Gary Spradlin,
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Jordan, Carl lVleditch, coachg Ernie Cline, assistant coach.
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The Reserve Track Team under the
leadership of Bruce McGeath tallied up a
5-0 season. At the shot-put event,
Houston Smith gained points for both
Varsity and Reserve. Cato Cork was
a stand-out as high jumper while Claude
Lowery starred as a long jumper. At
the distance run, Bob Platt and Bob
Benson paced the way. The Varsity
squad will have many good athletes next
Mel Bowers and Bob Woodard
coached their Freshman Track Team
to a city championship and a 2-2 season.
Jim Twigg was the Titan high jumper.
Jegg Clinton rated highest in the shot-
Reserve Track '70
Tech 68 Washington VICTOR BRELAND takes 3 lead.
Tech 66 Warren Central
Tech 75 Southport
Tech 106 Shortridge
Tech 96 Kokomo p
Won 5 Lost
Freshman Track '70 'T
Tech 56 Manual
Tech 81 Washington
Tech 75 Crispus Attucks
Tech 54 Wood
Won 2 Lost
FRESHMAN TRACK TEAM-FIRST ROW: Luis Woods, Dewayne Turner, Steve Conwell, Douglas
Dickson, Larry Wilkerson, Carl Jones, Thomas Jackson, SECOND ROW: Reginald Berry, Jeff
Clinton, Harry Butler, Wayne Carter, Jim Palmore, James Stevens. THIRD ROW: Melvin Bowers,
coach: Jim Goodrich, Jose Ingram, James Twigg, Ben Hampton, Charles Black, Kenny Breland, James
Kendrick, Robert Woodard, coach.
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John Hogan, Marcus Covington, Liary Caselden, Mike Honeycutt, Dennis Thomas. THIRD ROW: Jerry Hannon, Harvey Brooks, Bob Benson, Harold
Hayes, Cato Cork, Rodney Coffer, Claude Lowery, Mike Harris, Melvin Henderson, Henry Rinehart, Jim Smith, Bruce McGeath, coach.
The '70 Varsity Track Team, which
headlined as one of the best in the state,
ran their way to a 7-O record, leading up
to the State Tournament, where they
placed fifth. A performer who accounted
for much of the scoring was Tom Hickey,
shot-put. The Mile Relay Team, Fred
Walker, Ron Buses, Ron Davie and Fred
Luten, ran well during the season but
finished a disappointing fifth in the fi-
nals. Without third man Anthony Cov-
ington, the 880 Relay Team finished
third. Members included J. D. Oliver
Victor Breland, Fred McGuire, and Shir-
Earlier in the season, Steve Ross
Tech's pole vaulter, cleared at 'l0'6".
Anthony Covington, placed first in both
the high hurdles and the 440-yard dash.
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VARSITY TRACK TEAM FIRST ROW: Bruce McGeath, coach, Anthony
Covington, Jerry Laker, Charles Webster, Fred Walker, Rick Smith
Warren Tiffany, Victor Breland, Ron Buses, Dean Myers. SECOND ROW,
John Koontz, coach, Virgil Walker, J. D. Oliver, Mike Baird, Tom Moore
Lester Trotter, Bob Powell, Steve Breland, Mark Brents, Bruce Turner.
THIRD ROW, Walter Dininger, coach, Steve Ross, Nate Allen, Jeff
Jacobs, Houston Smith, Fred Luten, Ron Davie, Shirley Glover, Willie
Qptnitedl Ttaw ' ping
DARRYL GARTRELL reaches for a high one.
With tennis becoming a two-season
sport, Titan racquetmen carried practice
through the summer months. Tech
leading scorer, Darryl Gartrell went into
the Sectional with a 7-10 record and
came out with a 9-ll. Darryl says
with more planning and practice, the
team expects to have a good season
Under Coach Don Robinson, the team
finished the season with six wins, eight
KYLE FORT, '70 graduate, takes command of
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Dawson. SECOND ROW: Don Robinson, coach, Darryl Gartrell, Mark Waggoner, Kyle Fort,
Tom Clayton, Rick Reneau. NOT PICTURED Roland Wiley.
The Varsity Cross Country team ran
their way to many medals and trophies.
Leading up to the State finals, Ron
Davie paced the winning Titans. Davie
was first in the City, Sectional, Regional,
and ninth in the State. lt takes a team
effort to win as a team. Virgil Walker,
Jeff Lingenfelter, Larry Buttery, Bob
Platt, Charles Schultz and Willie Ivy
earned their Letter sweaters. Walker was
second in the City and 17th in the
State. Tech has two very impressive
records. The team has run four con-
secutive firsts in City and two consecutive
first in the Regional. Reserves joining
the returning lettermen should make a
very tough team next season.
Varsity Cross Country
Tech 22 Ben Davis 40 Wash. 72
So'port 22 Tech 43 Cathedral 65
Tech 21 Lawrence Cen. 40 Howe 71
Tech 18 Manual 37
Washington lnvitationalfFirst Place
Tech 15 Arlington 49
Marshall lnvitationalAFirst Place
Tech 22 Northwest 33
Columbus lnvitationalfFirst Place
City ChampsffRon Davie, Individual Winner
Sectional Champs--Ron Davie, Individual
RegionalfThird PlaceeRon Davie, lndividual
State Finals--Ninth Place
VARSITY CROSS COUNTRYAFRONT ROW:
Virgil Walker, Jeff Lingenfelter, Ron Davie,
Willie Ivy. SECOND ROW: Charles Schultz,
Bob Platt, Larry Buttery, Bob Benson, Bruce
COACH NICGEATH and Ron Davie show one
of their many trophies.
THE CROSS COUNTRY team starts at the State finals.
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The Tech Titan football team record-
ed a very depressing season, winning
only one game out of the scheduled
ten weekends. lVIany injuries put the
Titans out of the running. Steve Harlow
and lVlark Brents were injured for the
season: each wore his foot in a cast.
After the first three games, Tech lost
quarterback Paul Wilson to iniuries, but
they both finally returned to the line-up.
While Wilson was injured, James Twigg
took his place. The Titans' only victory
of the season was against Scecina to a
score of 14-7. Tech defense was really
the winner. A blocked punt recovered
in the end-zone and an interception
PAUL WILSON pitches pigskin to Harvey
halfback J. D. Oliver, and first-string
scored the two touchdowns.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM FRONT ROW: Elliott Varnado, J. D.
Oliver, Anthony Willis, Steve Breland, Paul Wilson, Nlike Stanfield,
Dave Devitt, Harold Norwood, Dave Beany, Wilbert lVloore, Ray Bannon,
Steve Harlow. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Van Auken, John Whitthorne,
Kenneth Breland, Larry Eslinger, Victor Evans, Fred lVlcGuire, Nathan
Rush, Mark lVlf:Kinney, Gary Spradlin, Harvey Brooks, Bob Coffin.
THlRD ROW: James Twigg, Sam Elmore, Vernon Pipkin, Claude
Lowery, Harry Butler, Tom Jackson, Jerry Hubbard, Greg Smith
Anthony Dawson, Bruce Turner, Willie Wardell, manager. Howard
Catt, trainer, Carlos Bell, head coach, John Hurrle, John Koontz,
assistant coaches. Rick Walker, manager.
Tech 6 Howe 28
Tech O Broad Ripple 32
Tech 0 Cathedral 21
Tech 14 Scecina
Tech 6 Warren Central 21
Tech 0 lVIanual 42
Tech 8 Madison Heights 20
Tech 6 Chatard 42
Tech 16 lVlarshall 40
Tech O Shortridge 24
KENNY VAN AUKEN tackles a rugged opposition.
CARL KING passes off the ball.
The Reserve football team also had
a very depressing season, l-7-1. Their
only win was against Marshall, 22-6, and
they tied Howe, 8-8. The Titans scored
against Marshall when James Twigg threw
two touchdown passes and Larry Coe
scored on a quarterback sneak.
The freshmen, like the varsity and
reserve had a very poor record, 2-8.
They beat Scecina 18-14, and Broad
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18 Scecina FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Robert Lawrence, Gary Moore, James West
6 C e t Kevin Pacilly, Fred Hembree, Ray Anderson, Fred Mindach, Anthony l-lighsaw, Sherman Lacey
0 Mr E OT SECOND ROW: Harrison Shaffer, Michael Roberts, Earl Schmitz, Jack Tapp, Charles Hollingsworth
2 S a :wa t Stanley Fuqua, Henry Parrish, Earl Hopkins, Anthony Ware, John Keen. THIRD ROW: Darnell Hill
8 Ciut 20" William Brewer, Sam Carson, Riley Bonwell, Fred Browne, Nathaniel Brooks, Richard Knoller
6 Maasigll Jeffrey Robinson, Dennis Wall. Student manager, Danny Hickey. Bob Woodward, Ivan Moreman
6 Shortridge C086 es
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manager, Byron Richardson, Bill Dalmore, Paul Pryor, Melvin Lagwell, THIRD ROW: Willie Blanchard, Stanley Lawrence, James Russ, Wayne
Toni Spratt, Ronald Cooper, Jay Scheidt, George Taylor. SECOND Cafief. Joe Black, Steve HOWEFV. Jlmmv Ad3lTlS, Laffv COE. Cal'
ROW: Dave Smith, Albert Coleman, William Marko, Gary Buckley, LOW9fv,fVl9lVif1W6IS0f1-
At the beginning of the Sectionals,
hardly anyone gave Tech a chance to go
far. lAfter all, the Titans had been outshot
in 13 of 20 contests.l But after a slow
start against Arlington l48-45l, the Titans
eliminated North Central and highly re-
garded Washington, as the city looked on
In the Regionals, the Titan team,
headed by coach Ernie Cline, mauled
Brownsburg l82-50l and Cathedral l83-
66l to move into the "Sweet Sixteen."
In the Semistate, though, Blooming-
ton's fast guards stole the ball too often
and the Titans went to the sidelines after
seven straight wins.
There were many reasons for the late
surge. Seniors Bruce Johnson and Jim
Gilbert provided outside shooting. Senior
Paul Wilson aided with his cool ball
handling and crucial free throws. Juniors
Art Johnson and Mike Harris took down
rebound after rebound. Bruce and Art led
Tech in scoring.
All in all, it was a fantastic tournament
for the underdog Titans.
In "Sweet Sixteen" action, high flying Jim Gilbert fires over Bloomington's Bill Sibbitt l13l and Mike
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Gary Spradlin, Tony Mike Harris, Bob Powell, Bruce Johnson, Ernie Cline, coach: Jack Bradford,
Gearlds, Larry Ward, Harvey Brooks, Paul Wilson, Charlie Battle. SECOND athletic director.
ROW: Howard Catt, trainer, Jim Gilbert, Shirley Glover, Arthur Johnson,
Paul Wilson fades away and shoots.
Mike Harris turns and fires a jump shot.
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ANTHONY WOODS fires an assist through
the defense of Ben Davis.
The Reserve squad of the 1970-71 sea-
son finished with a 10 win-9 loss re-
cord. The Reserve team did not have
a one-man team. There was only one
man who scored an average over ten
points a game. Charles Hoskins scored
11.1 points a game. Four other team-
mates shot very high averages: Tom
Alexander, 9.2, Claude Lowery, 8.95 Ga-
ry Spradlin, 7.85 and Ben Hampton,
6.8 points a game. Three men of the
top five scorers were the rebounders.
Ben Hampton had 9.5 pulls a game,
Claude Lowery, 9.1, and Tom Alexander,
Tech Warren Central
Tech New Albany
Tech Ben Davis
Tech Madison Heights
Tech North Central
Tech Muncie Central
Tech Broad Ripple
RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Bobby Anderson, SECOND ROW: Jay Kleine, Coach, Jim TWi99, Bob Alexander
student manager, Roger Laughlin, Dave Watkins, Denver Jordan, Regnald Robert Davis, Claude Lowery, Charles Black, Ben Hampton, Jack Har
Berry Anthony Woods. gitt, Vincent Killebrew, student manager.
FBESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM-FRONT
ROW3 Mike GIBSDV. RSV John Washington, Harold Cox. THlRD BOW: Glen Allen, James
Miller, Mike Henry, Mike Woodson, William Bqydl Mike Trotter' Manager. Spencer, Eli Johnson, Fred Brown, Nat Brooks, Edward McDowell, Coach
SECOND BOW: Travis Green, Manager Reuben Miller, Larnell Johnson,
MIKE GLASPY lays up the ball past a man
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The Freshman Titans ended a good
season this year with a record of 12.6.
Their leading scorer was William iBubblesl
Boyd who averaged 12.4 points per game.
He was followed closely by Reuben
lFiubel Miller with a 11.4 average. Eli
lFlyl Johnson, leading rebounder, aver-
aged 8 points per game, with a lot of help
on the outside from John lJohnnyl Wash-
ington and the ball handling of Bay
iPlay boyl Miller. As a whole, the team
had good balance and played well to-
gether. A very strong bench also helped
the team. The squad showed good pro-
mise and is expected to have several
excellent addition to the varsity and
l'BS8l'V8 teams next VEST.
Freshman Basketball Scores
Tech 46 Southport 60
Tech 63 Attucks 43
Tech 65 Woodview 63
Tech 45 Arlington 61
Tech 45 Marshall 50
Tech 55 Wood 37
Tech 53 Manual 45
Tech 58 Broad Ripple 40
Tech 66 Chatard 31
Tech 69 Chatard 26
Tech 52 Scecina 45
Tech 38 Arlington 39
Tech 58 Scecina 56
Tech 53 Washington 49
Tech 54 Howe 50
Tech 49 Attucks 57
Tech 47 Cathedral 58
WILLIAM BOYD fires a jump shot in City
Tournament. The opponent is Serzina.
vxmsitv WRESTLING-FRONT now: Wilbert Moore, Jeff Frost, Jose Rush' Teffv ESS'i'T9e'f Sam E'm0'ef Sfeve Bfelandf Kefmv Bfeland The
Ingram, Petie Price, Bug Whittaker, Steve Floss. SECOND ROW: Nate mas Jackson. John HUl"'l9,C0aCi'1-
Ttaw topping 60411
The Varsity Wrestling Team, under the
leadership of Coach John Hurrle, grappled
their way to a 7 win - 4 loss record and a
victory in the Sectionals.
The outstanding wrestler was senior
Wilbert Moore 1132 poundsl who placed
first in his weight class in the Sectional
after taking the city runner-up in the
THE BRELANDS, runners-up, show how it can be done with a winner,
Adding luster to the team, Ken Bre-
Iand, sophomore, took the Sectional run-
ner-up position and Larry Eslinger, jun-
Tony Whittaker, a freshman, wrestled
both Freshman and Varsity.
City 8th-Sectional 5th
Washington Invitational 34 points
STEVE ROSS spins away from his man.
RESERVE WRESTLING-FRONT ROW: Tony Brummett, Phil Gates, Greg Smith, Anthony Dawson, Dave Wallen, Willie Blachard, Carl Loucy,
Jay Scheidr, Jim Schahill, Mark McKinney, John vvade. SECOND Row: Jav Stlson, Dwight McGee. John Koontz.
The Freshman Wrestling Team coach-
ed by Dean Carbone lost three matches
and won one, mainly due to the loss of 12
team members when grades came out.
Also there was a very small turn-out
for the team. In spite of this discourage
ment, two matmen finished in the city,
Niles Foreman and Glen Stratton, who
both placed fourth.
Tech Broad Ripple
Tech Lawrence Central
Tech North Central
Tech Ben Davis
A Tech wrestler meets opposition head on.
FRESHMAN WRESTLING-FRONT ROW: Paul Smith, Anthony Highsaw, Tony Whittaker, Ray
Anderson, Luke lVlcKinney. SECOND ROW: Paul Smith, Miles Foreman, Jeff Robinson, Earl Schmitz,
Glen Stratton, Dean Carbone, coach.
Despite ragged appearance, Tech had less than a shabby season.
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Newspapers gm English classes 'wwf Qoobf
"Wanted-one male, tall, dark, and 'TIE'-3' Planning, QVOCCVV SIWODDIVIQ, WSWS
handsome, between the ages of Sixteen collecting, fashion, and sports. lVlrs. Anne
and nineteen," Who would think ygu Ehle and lVlr. Lloyd Anderson came from
could hear or read this in an English the INDIANAPOLIS STAR to talk to the
class? lt's happening! T h i s year six- different classes and shovv slides.
teen English "s" classes u s e d the Among other guests this year, IVIrs.
INDIANAPOLIS STAR in class, and, in Ruth Kothe of the John Herron Museum
fact, were being provided copies of these of Art came to talk to different English
from the INDIANAPOLIS STAR-NEWS. classes about early American art as it
Some of the things that were discussed relates to t h e i r literature. She also
in these studies vvere: job hunting, brought film strips to illustrate the talks.
MEMBERS of Mrs. Lancia Vaughrfs Speech
Arts class try the mncrophone to hear them-
selves as others do. At mrke and ready to read
are: Make Henry, Harold Cox, Altec- Hatcher,
Rosemary Wllluams, Mmgaletta Mt:D.mrels.
NOT ALL INSTRUCTION Comes out of fa
textbook. Members of Emmett HUICTIITTMITIS
class ciuscover mmd-appml IIT rwwaqaxrues.
PUPILS in Metropolitan Problems study a map of greater Indianapolis.
Bob Jeter, Mike Stanfield, Alicia Marshall, Dave Devitt, David Effler.
ROBERT KONKLE addresses a group of social studies classes on
"What's good about America."
READY with the answer? Pupils in Metropolitan Problems offer
their views. Mr. Siedlecki escaped the cameraman.
This year the Tech Social Studies
Department really got things going with
a nevv course called Metropolitan Problems
or lVletro-Prob. This course was designed
to acquaint and familiarize students with
present-day problems that are in our ovvn
societies or world wide problems.
Among the many things they studied
about vvere: housing, c r i m e, racial
tension, drug addiction, and different
types of pollution.
The class was open to sophomores,
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juniors, and seniors. People from the local
level government and mayor's office came
to talk to the students, The students
studied situations that exist and for-
mulated vvhat could be done to solve
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politics backed by an "equal time" bulletin
lVlRS, BARBARA LEE assists Clyde Smith
in a United States History I class. Front row
seats are occupied by Terry Burks, Jeff Griggs,
Stephanie Bates and Vickie lVlcGuire.
GERMAN CHRISTMAS CARDS provide part
of the bulletin board decoration in a German
DERIVATIVES pupils learn to increase the English vocabulary. Instructor Mrs. Serine Fine
and Gwenann Taylor demonstrate for classmates Vicki Bannon, Brenda Bear and Brad Petree.
December 5, 1970 four Tech students
went to Indiana University at Blooming-
ton for tests enabling them to go to
France for eight weeks over the summer.
The four students, all juniors, are David
Armes, Richard Decker, Janice Hittle
and Elizabeth Trittipo. Following first
cuts, there were also a second and still a
third elimination. Tech's French students
faithfully passed the exams and are now
all able to go to France and study with
a French family. They will speak no
English during their stay.
Spanish pupils this year produced a
classroom newspaper entitled EL TITAN.
Journalists taking French hit the news-
stands with their version entitled LES
BRIBES de TECH. Each newspaper re-
ported school events in the foreign
EL TITAN staff members stop for an editorial
conference. STANDING: Vicki Bannon, Ellen
Anderson, Bob Platt, Steve Maffatt, Madonna
Barnes. At typewriter, Barbara Medley.
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Have there been any changes in the
lVlath Department in the last three years?
The answer is yes. The biggest change
has involved about 1,000 students in
basic mathematics classes. lnstead of
books, pupils use sheets that have a
lesson on one side and practice on the
other. The teacher goes over the lesson
with the students, and afterwards they
work alone for practice. The students
have a workbook at home, and each
night they do the problems for that
lesson. The teachers feel that this process
is working very well. The student has no
book to bring to class or to forget to
.art pabaarmj, Qtaiistics
bring. All materials are already in the
This course has been broken clown
into two sections which take two semes-
ters to complete. The student receives a
test at the beginning of the semester
and then again at the end to find out if
he has imporved. The final test usually
shows a great improvement over the first
These mimeograph sheets are printed
by Clem Watts, Spencer Forman, and
John Lander, messengers, working on
their free time from school and jobs
at community centers.
The Probability arwl Statistics class
was another innovation. Though the pre
requisrty was Algebra Il, seniors pretlorni
nated. The textbook was orirfnterl for
college, but material could be selectrsrl
on the high school level. Topics studied
were permutations, combinations, the br
nornial theorem, general probability for
discrete sample spaces, random variables,
variability and joint distributions, Pupils
elect the course because of its many
applications to business and to daily
ADVANCED MATH Students investigate probability and Statistics, McCullough, Cindy Mentis, Debbie Hickerson, Brenda l-lagtin, Mary
FRONT ROW: Randy Wade, Keith Hines, Jim lsbell. SECOND ROWZ Gibson. OTHERS in the photo: Sharon Green, Diane Newsom, David
Harold Lund, Jim Scahill, Daniel Morford. STANDING: Dorothy Jones, Matthew Laubach,Carlalnglrr.
Amt, Musto swing fogetliwv
Added to the many activities of the
Art Department this year, which included
photography, sign painting, stagecraft,
and jewelry and craft art, among others,
is the craft of batik d e sign. Smith
Robinson, new to Tech, introduced this
Indonesian method of handvprinting tex-
tile by coating parts of the fabric with
dye-resisting wax. This ancient skill was
offered within some of the regular art
A variety of musical notes and song-
sters' voices floated through the air as
Tech musicians practiced their talents.
Among the musical highlights of the
year was the annual Mardi Gras on
October 3 in which lVlr. Bass Cief and
lVliss Treble Clef were elected. The other
main event came on December 6 in the
form of the Christmas Pops Concert,
The musicians' hard work was rewarded
by knowing they had helped cheer many
Techites' days with their joyful sounds.
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Day trek in downtown Indianapolis.
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ALFIE DISPLAYS his sneaky personality in
a Biology Department interview.
"l'm going to faint!" That was a
girl yearbook reporter's first reaction
to a five-foot long boa constrictor, a
guest of the Biology Department.
"Alfie," though very attractive, lacked
the etiquette one usually expects of a
guest. He had barely arrived when he pre-
pared to shed his skin. lVloreover, he
stuck out his tongue at his admirers-
whether from hunger or curiosity, one
could not say. But the forked organ
was vibrating fast enough to give everyone
the "raspberry." Then, swaying gently,
he fastened a glazed look upon the
reporter. She was too terrified to run
away in spite of assurances that Alfie
is really a "nice guy."
the boa-constrictor what it means to be a little
SCIENCE I studerits IVlelvin Lange, Janis: lVlillr:r .inrl Nir.liol.i-, ll!l.irlrl1:n i
learn lo extract copper and lead lrorri ores.
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Many man-made devices such as the
iron, mixer, toaster and the smoking
machine inspire a bit of Titanic interest
in the Science Department. The iron,
mixer and toaster are used to measure
voltage and amperage in the Physical
Science classes. The Smoking machine
does its bit for Titan research on tar and
nicotine, as a chemistry project.
Offered in the Physical Science Depart-
ment are Chemistry, I-IV, Physics I, ll,
RHEA GREEN and Everett Stockton keep
the home fires burning in chemistry.
DEBBIE MENDEZ and Rhea Green try a little teamwork in Chemistry
Earth Science, l, ll, and Science I, Il
which all constitute one-credit courses.
"Chemistry and Physics along with math
are basic to the study of all engineering
and technological courses," as stated by
lVlr. Louis Allen, head of the Physical
As for the smoking machine, if it gets
hooked don't mind, the smoke-filled halls
are all for the advancement of Science,
IVIRS. EDNA STEWART explains the slide rule
to Rick Schmidt and Bill Johnson.
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JANET JAMES scans her print out to be sure everything came out A-OK
in Computer Programming class.
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partment this year vvas a course entitled
"Business Opportunities and Practices."
The course is helpful to pupils vvith
reading, speech or social problems, who
are willing to work to help themselves.
Among the not-so-nevv courses, pupils
find the data processing course most
interesting. After a one-semester course,
Introduction to Data Processing, Techites
may take such courses as Keypunch,
Computer Operations a n d Computer
Programming. ln these classes, students
actually work with the computer, key-
punch machines, sorter and interpreter.
They learn hovv and why the computer
"thinks" and works as it does.
A student taking business courses at
Tech can expect to find a good job
in his field, after graduation, without
attending business college. Tech's busi-
ness department is as well equipped and
staffed as most colleges, and pupils re-
ceive the same training. Techites may
prepare for secretarial vvork, computer
vvork and other business-related jobs.
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LINDA JOYNER gathers punched cards from the Sorter's stackers during a session in Computer Operations. The cards will be fed into the computer
after checking for accuracy.
KAREN SMITH measures a garment while Cathy Wagner and Jeannette Wallick do a little pinning. Kathy Cooper is just preparing
for work in an advanced clothing class.
Home Economics is a busy depart-
ment. Family living, a v e r y popular
course among seniors, is designed to teach
pupils how to get along with their fami-
lies and friends. It also enables the
students to have a better understanding
ln Cosmetology classes, an extra head
was lying around. The girls, who are
seeing what it is like to be beauticians,
received a mannequin head in order to do
Around Christmas time commercial
foods pupils were baking thousands of
cookies and dozens of fruit cakes. After
the rush they kept busy by making those
famous Tech brownies for the cafeteria.
The hum of sewing machines could
easily be h e a r d as girls in clothing
classes sewed their creation together.
Also, girls in millinery classes designed
hats to make.
Many junior and senior boys and girls
achieved the art of good manners this
year by taking social arts.
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ANTOINE WILSON stitches the interfacing to the collar of a suit she will be wearing soon
ROBERT CROOKE checks an engine tune-up done by auto mechanics pupils Basil Brinkley, Charles Jones Thomas Ledford and Ollie Manual Veon
Garrison holds the tach-dvvell meter.
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Can you spell "carburetor?" lVlore im-
portant, can you adjust one? Auto trades
pupils do their bookvvork, studying texts
and manuals. Then they are ready for re-
pair jobs in the auto shops. Both pupils
and teachers take advantage of the econo-
my and service, paying only for the parts
used. Auto trades pupils do body and fen-
der vvork and repair and service on me-
chanical parts as well. Tech also boosts
an aviation shop that builds and rebuilds
airplanes for the public.
LEWIS PENCE supervises aviation pupils Ernest
Kincy and Richard Doran.
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Without the kind of skill offered in the
Metal Trades Department, modern indus-
try would be unable to produce most
modern appliances and machines. For
example, the refrigerator which is now
keeping a soft drink cold has involved the
five metal crafts taught at Tech. Sheet
metal workers bend sheets of metal, as
for the thin doors and sides of the refrig-
erator. The welding shop joins two pieces
of metal. The machine shop smooths
rough surfaces and shapes larger pieces.
The pattern shop creates the shapes need-
ed for various parts, and the foundry
molds the shapes according to patterns.
Each of these trades requires some
blueprint reading, drafting, mechanical
drawing and math of all kinds, especially
geometry. With salaries up to and exceed-
ing seven dollars per hour, the field holds
excellent job opportunity.
NORMAN BRINKER instructs his sheet metal
class while demonstrating to Garry Hazelton,
Richard Grayson, Mark Samuel and Ambrose
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Have you ever had a class on the
fourth floor of the Nlain or roamed the
tunnels under the campus? That's exactly
what the advance electronics classes did
this year. They received on-the-job train-
ing reassembling the p u b I ic address
system. They saw portions of Tech which
few students or even teachers have seen.
An outside professional electronics
contractor installed new amplifiers and a
terminal board in the radio broadcast
studio, Room 375, and the electronics
classes completed the work from that
point. They strung new cable and wire
throughout the campus, installed new
terminal boards and speakers and checked
and rechecked the system.
The original cable, which has served
well, was installed by electronics students
about 35 year ago.
These students received experience on
a professional level, which they would
not be able to attain in any other way.
Operating the television and radio repair
shop and replacing amplifiers at the
football stadium are all in a day's work
for them. This is just a glimpse of the
comprehensive courses one can receive
at Tech, courses which few schools in
the country offer.
DONNIE CRABTREE and Kevin Kinder test
a wave pattern on an oscilloscope.
RODNEY KIIVIBLE solders a resistor to a television set in Electronics class. PAUL NIORSE works on aligning a police radio.
BUILDING TRADES students work on the brick veneer finishing
for their house.
During the '68-'69 school year and
the previous year, the pet project of the
Building Trades Department has been the
constructing of a house and garage at
1405 East Michigan Street. Techites have
undertaken the construction of the build-
ing from the ground up. Finally, they
were able to put the finishing touches and
see the end-result of their blood sweat
and tears. The house is offered for sale to
This year, carpentry classes invested
much of their time in the building of
mini-barns. The buildings are replicas of
the type normally seen in barnyards, but
are made on a miniature scale. When
sold, customers found various uses for
the barns-lake c a b i n s, playhouses,
storage places. The money obtained from
sales was used to buy material for more
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and why of cabinet making in Nlr. Woods' class.
TECH carpentry crew prepare to do their part on the house.
masons ease housing swings
CHARLES HILTON gives pointers to Allen Yarbrough, Gerald Kelley and Mike Rossman on table
RIGHT: A student and instructor check
pages two and three of the weekly as it comes
off the offset pr es s. BELOW: A small
"Davidson 500" offset press is operated by
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Did you ever stop to think that the
very chair you're novv sitting in was
designed by someone vvho started in
classes similar to those offered here at
Tech? Nearly every item you can name
was once just lines on a piece of paper.
The modern jet airliner pre-supposes at
least 65,000 dravvings. Machine and archi-
tectural drafting prepare young men and
women interested in a career in the
drafting line. The draftsman is the key
member of the engineeringand
"When you get printers' ink in your
blood, it's hard to get it out." Many
Tech printing pupils discover the fascina-
tion of acquiring nevv skills, and so
prepare fo r good jobs and lifetime
careers. So many courses are offered
that four years of enrollment would not
use all the possibilities. The advanced
subjects include printing design, offset,
camera, coldtype and graphic arts.
A lot of energy is put fourth to put
out such things as our weekly CANNON,
absence blanks and various forms and
RANDY VANWYE shows his skill at operating
a blueprint machine in the Drafting Department.
, Pltgstcalb build student bodg
The proverbial skeleton in the closet is
"for real" in health classes. He lives in a
cabinet and cheers the spirits of pupils
who are learning all about the human
body from the inside out.
Gym classes had another kind of fun
in store for those who enjoy physical
fittness in action.
And speaking of action-how about
driver education? In this class even rank
beginners learned the skills needed to be
responsible behind the steering wheel.
Part of the fun was in using mock-up
cars in the trailer. Pupils reacted to driv-
ing situations and checked the accuracy
of their performance.
Drill teams, rifle team, and color guard
are just a few of the interesting activities
students in ROTC may be undertaking.
These students are taught leadership and
respect for other people through classes
which are held in the Barracks. The
cadets enter into individual competition
each week during inspection. Then, on a
larger scale, city wide competition is held
between drill teams. ROTC helps prepare
young men for their future years in the
RIGHT: Mark Brooks was voted Cadet of the
Month which is a city-wide honor. BELOW:
Getting in step before starting their long trek
in the Veterans Day parade are ROTC troops
led by Francisco Riojas and David Erwin.
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Playing cageball keeps boys' gym classes active,
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FOR THE PAST SEVEN YEARS, Howard L. Longshore, principal, has had charge of all activities,
of administrators, faculty, staff, and pupils.
VICE-PRINCIPAL Robert V. Belding must
really like kidsg he solves their schedule
DONALD OLDHANI is vice-principal in charge
of pupils and their problems.
JAMES E. STEWART is vice-principal in charge
of directing the Evening School.
HERIVIAN T. HINSHAW is vice-principal in
charge of teacher and staff problems.
KENNETH P U C K E T T is vice-principal in
charge of financial matters and physical plant.
WALLACE POTTER, who is in charge of
special education, helps students with their
ERNEST HOLMES, is in charge of Industrial
Cooperative Training and employment.
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public relations, and News Bureau.
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all teams and coaches under his supervision.
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slar heads the activities of the CANNON
WILLIAM PETERSON directs activities in the
area of distributive education.
C. GAYLORD ALLEN, guidiance director,
helps students prepare for college.
LEWIS MARSHALL superintends shop activi-
ties, buildings and grounds.
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of all eq u i pment and supplies for visual
A. RAY REED, dean of boys, handles disciplinary
problems for you ng male Techites.
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assistants to the dean of boys.
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Mrs. Zoearline Davis, Mrs. Dorothy Stout.
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FRESHMAN COUNSELORS prepare junior high school pupils for SOPHOMORE-JUNIOR COUNSELORS are Floyd Tobrocke, Mrs. Mil-
Tech. Mrs. Sarah l-lamer, Richard Allen, Dwayne Blankenhorn, Charles dred McAfee, Ernest Cline, John Hurrle, Richard Shock, William Graney.
LIBRAFHANS: Mrs. Judith Hamilton, Mrs. Geraldine Ward, Sara Porter.
DONALD Q. DAILY, work training consultant
of the National Youth Corps helps pupils find
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the Evening School.
JOHN MINER, junior class sponsor and assis-
tant to the viceprincipal.
KENNETH BAYLESS is director of guidance
for the Evening School.
NURSES: Mrs. Betty Brodhecker, Mrs. Shirley Lundgren, Blanche
ROWLAND LEVERENZ, psychometrist, tests
pupils for counseling and parent conferences.
OFFICE STAFF-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Fannie
Fowler, Mrs. Jacqueline Patterson, Mrs. Berna-
dine Poole, Mrs. Caroline Hyatt, Charleyne
Stinger, Mrs. Martha Thomas. SECOND ROW:
Mrs. Janice Chadwick, Mrs. Helen Harvey,
Mrs. Louise Creasser, Mrs. Gloria Robbins,
Mrs. Florence Cox, Mrs. Gene Montgomery.
THIRD ROW: Mrs. Edna Ayres, Mrs. Dorothy
Armel, Patricia Littell, Mrs. Virginia Cauble,
Mrs. Verda Allee, Mrs. Elsie Robards, Norma
Rodewald. NOT PICTURED, Mrs. Rita Tussey,
Mrs. Rosalynne Yarnell.
SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT: Mrs. Carolyn Ray, Mrs. Rosa
Tootle, Mrs. Kay Sutherlin, Mrs. Ermalene Rodrigues.
DEPARTMENTAL ASSISTANTS: Mrs. Gwen-
dolyn Huff, Mrs. Wanda Moon, Mrs. Judith
Shattuck, Leo Terry, Mrs. Betty Rowland,
Mrs, Jeannette Fields, Mrs. Gertrude Russell,
Mrs. Louise Schneider. GT!
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CAFETERIA STAFF-FIRST ROW: Mrs. Laura Merrill, Mrs. Ruth
Rady, Mrs. Lola Klein, Anna McGlynn, Mrs. Alice Steleblak, Mrs.
Mildred Hutchinson, Mrs. Elsie Alyne, Mrs. Edna Harper, Mrs. Mattie
Armour. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Jessie Elliott, Mrs. Esta Parsley,
Mrs. Bessie Curtis, Mrs. Gladys Westra, Mrs. Mary Coverstone, Mrs. Jean
Fogelman, Mrs. Mattie Dinkins, Mrs. Lillian Klier, Mrs. Rosa Sims,
Mrs. Annie M. Gibson. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Betty Sipole, Harriett
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Halcomb, Mrs. Mary Richardson, Mrs. Laura Turner, Mrs. Christine
Toran, Mrs. Tellous Lane, Mrs. Audrey Barrett, Mrs. Mary Melvin,
Mrs. lvory Carpenter, Mrs. Florence Andrews. FOURTH ROW: Mrs.
Norma Coffee, Mrs. Gertrude Ray, Mrs. Opal Sterrett, Mrs. Angie
Clearwater, Mrs. Florence Jaus, headg Fred Crisler, Mrs. May Starkey,
Mrs. Agnes Dobbs, Mrs. Irene Taylor, Mrs. Marie Sutton.
HEAD CUSTODIANS-Merrill Smith, Evening
Eileen Bales, Mrs. Margaret Potter, Mrs. Mary Hoffman, Mrs. Mary School:ThomasWalker.
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Benjamin Clark, Marjorie Small, Wilbert Gruner.
SECOND ROW: Forrest Eulers, Robert Lloyd,
1 Thomas Neims. T H i R 0 eovv. Jack
Heavenridge, Sergeant George Martin, Lloyd
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Jones, Martha Gascho, Joyce M. Johnson, Mrs. Margaret Hahn, Mrs.
Virginia Cassell, Gertrude Insley, Judith McBride, Mrs. Florence Schnaken-
berg. SECOND ROW:
Mrs. Linda Vaughn, Mrs.
Mrs. Jatinder K. Rai, Mrs. Joan R. Brown,
Margaret Clapp, Irene Rhodes, department
head: Fred McNanny, M. Eileen Kohut, Mrs. Marjorie Garrett, Robert
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F. Ford, Tom Danheiser, Ellen Eads, Mrs. Alice C. Goodrum, E. Craig
Roberts, Mike Rowls, Hester Anne Hale. FOURTH ROW: Mrs.
Diane Comstock, Alice Fraker, Kirby Lehman, Emmett F. Hardiman,
John A. Lewis, C. T. Tresslar, Stan Minks, Mrs. Nancy Sutton, Mrs.
Judy Kothe, Paula E. Lopossa.
SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENTVFRONT ROW: Mrs. Patricia Max-
well, Mary Jane Marthin, Mike R. Phillips, Mr. William Siedlecki,
department headg Patricia Commons, Karl E. Schneider, William R.
Morse. SECOND ROW: Ebert Smith, James E. Taflinger, Mrs.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT-
FRONT ROW: Mrs. Patricia Schmalz, Mrs. I
Shelia Young, Mrs. Maria B. Lagadon, Mrs.
Susanna M. Underwood. SECOND ROW:
David Clapp, Mrs. Mary B. Bedell, department
head, Mrs. Serine Fine.
Martha J. Bradshaw, Dean Carbone, Bruce McGeath, John Kanouse,
Harvey Hallagan. THIRD ROW: Wesley J. Murphy, Walter J. Davis,
William A. Kimberlin, Lloyd H. Wagner, Clyde Smith, Jr., John Miner,
Robert E. Meyer.
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Mrs. Edna Stewart, Louis D. Allen, department headg Mrs. Pauline John Kern,Allen H. Smith, James May, BruceTurney,RiChard Dykeman.
BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Miss Audrey E, Cornel Garlan W. Howard, Milton W. Whalin, Robert F. Collins, William
Mrs. Mercedes Guess, Arthur Kirsch, John Farley, department head, JONUSOVLROV TerreII,J0hn WYfh9-
Mrs. Ruth Shannon, Mrs. Judy Hunt. SECOND ROW: David Hon,
MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: S. Hafize Shah, Mrs.
Louise Ridley, Richard Glover, Mrs. Judy Feigert, Ed Scahill, Mrs.
Elizabeth Chohany, Betty Mansfield. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Gwen
Jones, Mrs. Marion Strickland Mrs Madora Walker, Alice Purvis, Mrs.
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Carl H. Corbin, John H. Stoeckinger, department head, Ronald G. Ireland
Charles K. McGrath, Charles .I. Walter, Arnold W. Lehman.
HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT-FRONT
ROW: Mrs. Mary Woolford, Mrs. Ruth Stafford,
Mrs. Authurine Litiskas, Mrs. Carrol Rose,
Frances Smith, Mrs. Mildred Wallace, SECOND
ROW: Mrs. Jane N. Snow, Mrs. Natalie B. Ran-
som, Marguerite E. Hardy, Mrs. Sheila K. Miskuf,
Mrs. Elva Wignall, Mrs. Marjorie McCutcheon.
THIRD ROW: Mrs. Patricia Amend, Mrs.
Odessa Hill, Mrs. Wyolene Cody, Hilda Kreft,
department head: Mrs. Marian Moore. NOT
PICTURED: Mrs. Janiece Young, Mrs. Mary
HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT-FRONT
Blanche Williams, Mrs. Beatrice Harding, Shirley Parrett, Mrs. Betty
Brodhecker, Sharon Parrett, Mrs. Donna Sims, Mrs. Shirley Lundgren,
Anna Parker. SECOND ROW: Polly Chapman, Carlos Bell, Jack Bradford,
Melvin Bowers, Howard J. Catt, Robert Woodard, Mrs. Mary Lou Manka.
THIRD ROW: Thomas E. Barnes, Eugene B. Keliikuli, John E. Koontz,
Ivan Moreman, Reuben D. Behlmer, department head, Daniel Camplese,
Edward McDowell, Jay Kleine.
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dle, Edna L. Maley, Mrs. Virginia Jackson, Mrs. Annabelle Adams, department head, Mrs. Gwen Ohmit. THIRD ROW: Mike Cecil,
Mrs. Marjorie Parker, Alice M. Johnson, Mrs. Esther Carpenter, Deborah Ron I-loke, Dave George, Mahlon Carlock, Williams Guess, Ellen G.
Barnett. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Karen Davison, Mrs. Sandi Jones, IVlartin,Keith V,Kuck,
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Marian Hamilton, Mrs. Louise Schneider, assistant. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Ada May Alexander, Michael Slover, Ray Browne,
Kermit Swenson, department head, Smith Robinson.
PRINTING DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Floyd M. Billington, Clyde
S. Armel, department head: Robert H. Smith. SECOND ROW: Spencer
E. Tuttle, Terry C. Yeagley, Harold Deem.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Wil-
liam Moon, department head, Cheryl Walsh,
Mrs. J. Loesje Mendel. SECOND ROW: Ron
Nobles, Richard Switzer, Joe Backmeyer,
DRAFTING DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Robert T. Stockard, Fred
erick Kelly, Sr., H. K. Clark. SECOND ROW: Harold Elliott, department
head:Sam Skomp, Burney Jackson, Richard Gira.
AUTO AVIATION DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Oral Henderson, Robert Palmer, Fred D. Thompson, Lewis J. Pence, William Berger,
Sam Duskowski, department head: Dan S. Malone, Clifford R. Allen, Clifton Lovelace, Herbert R. Van Der Moere.
Robert E. Crook, Fred J. Keller. SECOND ROW: George Mack, Jr.,
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John Tincher, Charles H. Hylton, Howard E. Beall. SECOND ROW:
Herschel Cauble, Morris Woods, department head: Frederick Miessen,
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Nlullenax, Earl D. Terry, department head.
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Kocher, Theodore Stiffler, Susan Bettis. SECOND ROW, John Williams,
head, William Tremp, John Wiggins.
RESERVE O F F IC E RS TRAINING CORPS
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Thomas Dawson, commandantg SFC Edde D.
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INDUSTRIAL COOPERATIVE TRAINING-
FRONT ROW: Jane llley, Frances Montgom-
ery, Jerry Bales, Leon Williams, Joann Bayer,
Ernest Holmes, coordinator. SECOND ROW:
Patricia Abbett, Edna Hutson, Keith Hines,
Carroll Evans, Aniker Wade, Alfredia Gibson.
THIRD ROW: Joe Cochran, Deborah Sanford,
Phillip McGhee, Robert Bonds, Hervey Guerin,
Dennis Nichols. FOURTH ROW: John Van-
dermark, Howard Catellier, Stephen Peters,
David Veney, Darrell DeBruhl, Douglas Moore.
EXPLORATORY TEACHERS-FRONT ROW:
Gwenann Taylor, Janine Wallick, Linda Clem,
Mary Ann Thompson, Debbie Coffman, Beverly
Hunt, Andrea Freeman, Clyde Smith, Jr., spon-
sor. SECOND ROW: Kerri Smith, Geneva
Jones, Gary B ri n k I e y, Don Whitecotton,
Houston Smith, Martin McDaniel, Mary Dun-
ham, Carol Eickhoff.
SCIENCE SEMINAR-Bruce Oakley, Kevin Brewer, Pamela Roots, Daniel
Morford, Matthew Laubach.
Qclwolb I-lawns, Co- '
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Taylor, Jim Isbell, Wesley Murphy, sponsor.
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-FRONT ROW
Marsha Junge, Melinda Kein, Mary McMahon,
Doris J. Barringer, William F, Peterson, director.
SECOND ROW: Ruthann Perdue, Laura Dwi-
gans, Jayne Heath, Marcella Brewer, Wanda
Anderson, Everline Garrett. THIRD ROW.
Beverly Wright, Stephen Watts, Michael Price,
Mary Wilson, Anna Skele.
JUNIOR HONOR STUDENTSfFRONT ROW.
Brenda Mathis, Rebecca Buckley, Karen Wil-
liams, Pamela G. Hedderich, Cheryl Hammond,
Frankye Johnson, Connie Miracle. SECOND
ROW: Janice Hittle, Sandra Clyburn, Janet
Soltau, Rebecca James, Elizabeth Trittipo,
Kathryn Vaughn. THIRD ROW: Martin
Laubach, Kevin Brewer, Jarnes Scahill, W.
Michael Wood, James Branham, Steve Ross.
FOURTH ROW: Denver Jordan, Dennis
Hardwick, David Armes.
SOPHOMORE HONOR STUDENTSJFRONT
ROW: Wanda Snow, Kathy Brinkley, Marsha
Brown, Paula Greenwell. SECOND ROWQ
Barbara Levergood, Patricia Taube, Ricky Cos-
by, Darlene Kennedy. THIRD ROW: Steve
Herrington, Millie Bland, Gregory Bold, Stevan
Hamilton, Doug McDaniel.
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Geneva Jones Terry Johnson Harold Lund SECOND ROW Rebecca Barrett Peggy Curtis Carol Eickhoff, Cynthia Mentis,
CANNON WEEKLY STAFF-FRONT ROW: Wanda Jones, Geraldine
Siefert, Vickie Cox, Sherrie Bland, Donna Taylor, Vicki Eaton, Dana
Senteney, Cecil Tresslar, adviser. SECOND ROW: Karen Jeffries,
Cheryl Hannon, Elaine Jones, Debbie Shaw, Terry Powers, Cynthia
Holt, Robin Grant, Patti Wienke. THIRD ROW: Dina Eads, Richard
Swan, Barbara Levergood, Robin Kares, Connie Miracle, Cindy Gibbons.
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Joyce Neal, Willie Wardell, Tim White. FOURTH ROW: Theresa
Ennenga, Mike Northrup, Bob Stafford, Martin McDaniel, Don White-
cotton, Claude Lowery, Tom Abel, Ron Thompson, Lynn Wright,
Jim Noland. NOT PICTURED: Ernie Smith, Denise Harden, Robin
Eads, Ernest Smith, Tim White.
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CANNON YEARBOOK STAFF-FRONT ROW: Cheryl Crouse, Teresa
Grant, Brenda Mathis, Jill Burch, Sharon Riley, Beverley Reed, Cheryl
Hammond. SECOND ROW: Mark Brooks, Bonnie Rinehart, Laurel
Burns, Kathy Taylor, Tonya Bruce, Yvette Carr, James Bales, Bernice
Jones, adviser. THIRD ROW: Bill Freemont, Mamie Brown, Steve
NEWSBUREAU-Donna Taylor, Debbie Shaw, Geraldine Siefert, Barbara
Brown, Clem Watts, Richard Watts, Kenny Herman, Mary Ann Thompson.
Not pictured: Gary Hicks, Vonda Collins, David Collins, Robert
Benson, Thomas Kendall, Mary LaFara, Debra Rouse, Vicki Holmes,
OUILL AND SCROLL-Richard Swan, Vicki Eaton, Tonya Bruce,
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H ' Michael Pierce, Stanley Minks, sponsor.
NATlONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Alice C. Goodrum, sponsor, Kathy Brinkley, Patricia Stomm, Beth
Overbey, Aletha Willner, Gladis Gorden. SECOND ROW: Earnestine Colvin, Stephanie Scruggs, Bernice Brown, Suzette Clayton,
Debbie Kay Shaw, Kathleen Willner. THIRD ROW: Bryan Miller, vice-president, Denver Jordan, president, William Johnson,
Gregory Boid, Claude E. Lowery, sergeant-at-arms, Michael Pierce, Rose Folsom.
SPEECH TEAM-FRONT ROW:
Kathy Brinkley, Gloria Brown, Patricia Stomm, Bettie Manning, Aletha
Willner, Patty Wilson, Gladis Gorden, Anna Young, Beth Overbey,
Frances Bradley. SECOND ROW: Stan Minks, assistant-sponsorg Patti
Wienke, Mae Ford, Patty Fagan, Robin Kares, Janice Wagner, Suzette
Clayton, Deirdre Cobb, Debbie Kay Shaw, Kathleen Willner, secretary,
Mrs. Alice C. Goodrum, sponsor,
Bob Conner, THIRD ROW: Vickie Cox, Earnestine Colvin, Debbie
Rhoads, Cindy Gibbons, Carl DeLawter, James Pullen, Kathy Taylor,
Jim Brahman, Bernice Brown, Bo nnie Ashworth, Sheila Epperson.
FOURTH ROW: Stephanie Scruggs, Joyce Hise, Dan lnskeep, Denver
Jordan, William Johnson, Gregory Bond, Claude E. Lowery, viceepresident,
Michael Pierce, Paul Turner, Rose Folsom, treasurerg Bryan Nlillor.
DRAMA CLUB-FRONT ROW: Gregory Donenfeld, Sally Swan, Deborah Viers, Patti Phillips,
Dianna Shaw, Vicki R. Eaton, Susan Bettis, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Reynaldo Riojas, Debbie Kay
Debbie Kay Shaw, vice-president, Bonnie Ashworth, Debbie Rosebrock, president, Kris Weber, Kevin
Eugene Smith, Callie Journey. THIRD ROW: James S. Brown, Peggy Curtis, Kathy Taylor, David
Bullington, recording secretary, Robert Garza, Jim Branham, Rolando Quintana.
PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-FRONT ROW: Paul Siefert, Bev Reed, vice ART CLUB-FRONT ROW: Brenda Hellickson, Brenda Bear, co-
presidentg Rick Reneau, Holly Wolfe, secretary, Michael Slover, sponsor. PH-2SidGr1T: Jean Nliller, Aubrey J0hr1S0n, Vicki lVlclVlichaeI, Paula Green-
SECOND ROW: David L. Batts Ill, Robin Eads, Eddie Shepherd, well, business manager. SECOND ROW: Andy Bartholomew, Susie
Clement Watts, president: Larry JoeSluder. Morris, Linda Stone, Michael Brown, Kim Fallowfield, co-president,
Sheri Johns, Susan Cole.
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STAGECRAFT CREW-FRONT ROW: Carmen E. Golder, Dave Denny, THESPIANS-FRONT ROW: Vicki R. Eaton, Patti Phillips, president,
John E. Gilmore, Henry L. Cox. SECOND ROW: Herschel Cauble, Patty Fagan, Debbie Rosebrock, Debbie Kay Shaw. SECOND ROW:
assistant, Mike Smith, Darryl Coleman, Jim Stevens, J. W. Patterson, Robert Maloy, sponsor, Kathy Taylor, secretary-treasurer, Paul Turner,
Raymond F. Browne, sponsor. David Bullington, Jim Branham.
CHESS CLUB-FRONT ROW: Sheryl L. Gaskins, Jim Pritchard, David
Wilson, Andrew Bradburn, James Ford, Walter Riley, Dannie Engram.
SECOND ROW: John Wiggins, co-sponsor, Jerry W. Lander, Doug Heath,
Isaac Spencer, Bart Stansberry, John Everett Whobrey, Fred Nlindach,
John Kern, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Anthony Walker, Rodney Coffer,
RADIO CLUB-FRONT ROW: James Underwood, Weyant Clouse, Mike
Brinley. SECOND ROW: John lVIulIenax, sponsor, Richard Suhre,
Jerry Townsend, Greg Boid, secretary, George Yarbrough, president.
NOT PICTURED, Clem Watts, Bonnie Bell.
PRINTING CLUB-FRONT ROW: Les Mobley, Charles Burns, Carl
Corlett, Frankie Williams, William Richardson, Spencer E. Tuttle, sponsor.
SECOND ROW: Randall Beight, secretary-treasurer, Travis Green, David
Clegg, Jeff Harlow, presidentg Norman Bennett, vice-president.
Timothy lVlorse, Joe Catellier, Paul Lewis, Guy Anderson, Randy Auble,
Carl King. FOURTH ROW: Irving W. Washington, Jr., Jim Isbell,
treasurer, Clem Watts, Paul Spears, David Veney, Phil Scott, Thomas
Clayton, Duane IVlontgomery, Donald Gillenwater.
CHEIVIISTRY-PHYSICS CLUB-Anita lVlarcurn, Kathy Vaughn, Kim
Anderson, Jim Bushfield, Beth Trittpo, Daniel Nlorford, James IVlay,
FRENCH CLUB-FRONT ROW: Jennifer
Browning, Venus Buses, Roland Wiley, Niki
Brummett, D o nna Berry, secretary: Anna
Young, Deborah Cole, Anita Marcum, vice-
president. SECOND ROW: Patricia Taube,
Deborah Viers, Robert McPherson, Patricia
Bowers, Robin Kares, Wanda Brice, Mrs. Patri-
cia Schrnalz, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Kimberly
Anderson, Tim White, Magdalene Maddox,
David Armes, Thomas Clayton, Jan Hittle,
president: Richard C. Decker, Beth Trittipo,
GERMAN CLUB--FRONT ROW: Marguerite
Goergen, secretary-treasurer, Debbie Flowers,
James Ford, Geneva Jones, publicity agent: Mee
Lun Moy, vice-president, Mrs. Susanna M. Un-
derwood, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Mae Ford,
Steve Huggler, Michael L. Jones, Houston Smith,
Thomas M. West, Debbie Roberts, Kimberly
SPANISH CLUB-FRONT ROW: Vera Vin-
cent, Dana Senteney, Judy Wenz, historian:
Betty Sue Mouser, Cyle Pettigrew, David Logs-
don.SECOND ROW: Teresa Abernathy,Christi
Warner, secretary: Consuelo Espinoza, president:
Juanita Froschauer, Vicky Booker, Kathleen
Willner, David Clapp, sponsor. THIRD ROW:
Rolando Quintana, Anita Worley, Gary Mohr,
Sofia Novarro, Richard C. Decker, Jerry D.
Slaughter, Michelle Y. Evans. NOT PICTURED
LATIN CLUB-FRONT ROW: Donna Reese,
Michael West, Sharon Graham, Margie Coste-
low, Sharon Green, Louise Van Cleave, Von
Means, Mrs. Serine Fine, sponsor. SECOND
ROW: Jan Ettinger, Kathy Miller, Rose Min-
dach, George Evans, Rose Bond, Karen Wil-
liams, Christine Ratcliff. THIRD ROW: Brad
Dykes, Claudia Kimbrough, Deanna Minton,
Holly Wolfe, Nancy Larkin, Rita Corlett, Deb-
by Minton, Terry Conwell, president.
S.A.O. EXECUTIVE BOARDWFRONT ROW: Karl E. Scheider, sponsor,
Elmarmae Brown, Mary Jones, corresponding secretary, Nancy Bottoms,
Patricia Stomm, Lisa Milender, Libbi Michael, Teresa Grant, Wanda Jones.
SECOND ROW: J. D. Oliver Jr., sergeant-at-arms, Sandie Spence, Laurie
Lewis, Freida Mindach, parlramentariang Mary Ann Thompson, Alfreda Lee,
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SERVICE CLUB-FRONT ROW: Rebecca Buckley, Libbi Michael, presi-
dent: Sharon Holland, Mee Lun Moy, treasurer, Niki Brummett, Grace
Hedderich, Darla Richey, Mary Jones, vice-president. SECOND ROW:
Alfreda Lee,Gladis Gorden,Sylvra Crsneros,Nancy Dillahay, Kathy Dobbes,
HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE-fFRONT ROW: Mrs.
Hamel, SDODSOVL Carol Randolph, Gladis Gorden, Carol Eickhoff, Janine
Wallick, Linda Clem, Betty Garten, Robert Stockard, sponsor. SECOND
ROW: Debbie Kay Shaw, J. D, Oliver, Jr., Doug McDaniel, Richard Swan,
corresponding secretary, Margo Woods, Gladis L. Gordon, Alicia Marshall
THIRD ROW: Ronnie White, president, David L. Batts Ill, Samuel Euqf-ne
Price, treasurer: Paul G. Wilson, Michael J. Stanlueld, Ernest L. Kincy, Wil'
liam Johnson, Ronald Thompson, Cindy Mentis, vice-president, Genrqe
Yarbrough, Jr. NOT PICTURE Dt Mildred Moore.
John Everett Whobrey, Teresa Stokes, sergeant-at-aims, Karen E. Lucas
THIRD ROW: Mildred Moore, Janice Wanger, Andrea Hunt, Frieda Min'
dach, Joyce Hise, Ronnie White, Barbara Coons, Rosalind Burns, Rose
Mindach, recording secretary.
Linda Burns, Alfreda Lee, Ellen Anderson. THIRD ROW David Arnir-'s
Michael Pierce, Ernest K. Kincy, William Johnson, Bruce Onlrlvy-, Snnuf-
Eugene Price, Victor Evans, Jr. NOT PICTU RED Claude Lowr-ry.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-FRONT ROW: Wanda Jones, secretary: Kathy Brinkley,
Vickie Baxter, Patricia Stomm, Carlene Morris, Karen K. Sanford, Peggy Shane, treasurer: Mrs.
Joan Brown, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Joyce Neal, Jill Jessup, Debbie Coffman, David E. Armes,
president, Robin Kares, Sharon Gadis, Deanna Henley.
HISTORY CLUB-FRONT ROW: Cathy L.
Stuck, secretary: Aniker Wade, president: Mark
Bfooksf Se'9ea"f'af'a'mSP Tefesa Gfamf 'ma' HIGH SCHOOL RED ceoss CLUB-FIRST Rovv: Debbie Thermen, treasurer: Petrie oreenwen,
surer. SECOND ROW: Chris Wilson, vice-
president, Hugh Abel, public relations: Charles
Alexander, Charlotte Alexander. NOT PIC-
TURED Patricia Commons, sponsor.
Aletha Willner, recording secretary: Rhonda Crockett, president: Dina L. Eads, Patricia Stomm,
corresponding secretary: Kathy Brinkley. SECOND ROW: E. Ellen Eads, sponsor: Debbie Kay
Shaw, Susie Morris, Terri Pippins, Deborah Roberts, Jean Miller, Anita Huber.
LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-FRONT ROW: Margaret Brown, Teresa Raney, Deborah Cole, Vickie Baxter, Zina Parker, Venus Buses,
Debra Stoddard, Diana Herrington. SECOND ROW: Susan Evans, Debbie Gearlds, Dina L. Eads, Kathy Willner, Carol Rosebrock,
Vickie Hutton, Rose Thompson, Rebecca Buckley. THIRD ROW: Dorothy L. McCullough, Sharon K. Riley, Debbie Shelton, Pam
Waterman, Mae Ford, Margie Etters, Tina Smith, Geneva Jones. FOURTH ROW: Dennis Hardwick, Maureen McGrath, Jim
Branham, Jan Hittle, David Armes, Peter Brooks, Reta Corlett, Silvia Hannemann, Marie Crumpton.
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STAGE BAND-FRONT ROW: Luren Dalton, Irving Washington, John
Rogers, Ken Herman, Mike Jones. SECOND ROW: Mike Wood, piano,
Mike Miller, drummer, Don Laswell, Robert Hall, Don Lasher, Randy
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Auble. THIRD ROW: Clarence Lewis, Jr., Don Knorr, Jerry Mouser,
Bryan Miller, Roy Crabill, Doug McDaniel, Joseph Backmeyer, director,
HANDBELL CHOIRAFRONT ROW Kerri
Smith, Susan Beeson, Kathy Dobbs, Melvin
Brown, Janet Soltau, Andrea Freeman, Dor-
othy Mclver. SECOND ROW J. D. Oliver,
Andrea I-Iunt, Jane McPherson, Ken Herman,
Jill Cooper, Toni Nix, Richard Andrews.
STRING ENSEMBLE- FRONT ROW Deloris
P. Williams, Sharon Guerin, Donna Montgom-
ery, Theresa Amato. SECOND ROW Richard
Andrews, Myra Hagan, Janet Soltau, Ron
SYMPHONIC BAND-FRONT ROW: Anita
Beight, Anita Huber, Marcia McDaniel, Jean-
nine Wallick. SECOND ROW: Stephanie
Cooper, Dorothy Mclver, Kathy Brinkley, Lin-
da Miller, Betty Garten, Phillip Caudill, Donna
Reese. THIRD ROW: Teresa Cooper, Jeff
Lingenfelter, Theresa Sovern, Marilyn Williams,
Mary Dunham, Charles Block, Marcia Brown,
Mike Jones. FOURTH ROW: Brenda Mathis,
Marvin Sizemore, Linda Troxell, Walter Las-
well, Lillie Skudrovskis, Victor Evans, Melody
Coryell, Roger LaValley, Jerry Townsend, Wil-
liam Bardwell, Jerry Laswell. FIFTH ROW:
Darlene Lewelling, Mike Brown, Alvin Perkins,
John Lander, Don Briggs, John Pennington,
Mike Miller, Samuel Taylor, Jim Scahill.
FRONT ROW RIGHT SIDE: Barbara Coons,
Roscoe Taylor, Gail Sumlar, Carol Chambers,
Patricia Green. SECOND ROW: Bill Coons,
Patricia Stomm, Donna Riddell, Patricia Taube,
Karen Sanford, Sandra Wester, Vernon Har-
well, Cindy Brown. THIRD ROW: Kenneth
Herman, John Rogers, Luren Dalton, Don
Lasher, Roger Laughlin, Robert Hall, William
Johnson, Don Knorr, Don Laswell, Randy
Auble, FOURTH ROW: Willie Johnson,
Jerry Mouser, Kevin Brewer, Yolanda Price,
Bryan Miller, Roy Crabill, Douglas McDaniel,
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Martin McDaniel, Alan Ferguson, Thomas Haw-
kins, Charles Burnette, Linda Bruer. FIFTH
ROW: Dave Wallen, Mike O'NeiIl, Gary Buck-
ley, Clarence Lewis, Richard Switzer, director:
Joseph Backmeyer, assistant director.
CONCERT BAND-FRONT ROW: Marcia
McDaniel, Jackie Newbern, Sherry Chapman,
Denise Brantleys, B e t t y Mouser, Robert
McPherson. SECOND ROW: Sandra Wester,
Cynthia Kitchens, Joseph Farris, Levina Wright,
Roy Purivs, Wayne Carter, Holly Pierce, Phillip
Caudill, Karen Sanford, Ponna Parrish, Carlos
Kirk. THIRD ROW: Maria Watts, Michael Free-
man, James Siegel, Steve Harlow, Irving Wash-
ington, Bradford Dykes, Luren Dalton, Mike
Plummer, Virgil Colbert, Terry Bryant, Robert
Stafford, Don Lasher. FOURTH ROW: Cheryl
O'Neill, Michael Green, Larry Newsom, Janet
Eicks, Wanda Gamble, Mike Burris, Clara Buck-
ley, Lloyd Jackson, Harold Rodgers, Robert
Hinton, Ken Griffin, Dan Vaughn, Chris Ball,
Robert Plummer, Linda Bruer. FIFTH ROW
STANDING: Paul Caudle, John Hurst, James
Brown, John Whitthorne, Jeffrey Briggs, Scott
Swisher, Joseph Backmeyer, director. NOT
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ORCHESTRA-FRONT ROW. Myra Hagan,
Sharon Guerin, Ruth Mitchel, Pricilla Gaines,
Mary Wheeler. SECOND ROW1 Debbie
Svvinford, Anna Young, Antony Wilson, Janice
Parr. THIRD ROW: Kathy Vaughn, Debra
Purcell, Svlvia Willes, Denise Jacobs, Elizabeth
Trittipo, Carol Rosebrock, Donna Montgom-
ery, Roger Childs. Standing: Ron Nobles
director, Denise Hardin.
ORCHESTRA-FRONT ROW, RIGHT SIDE:
Janice Hittle, Richard Andrews, Rose Folsom,
Rose Bond. SECOND ROW: Steve Van
Cleave, Teresa Amato, Delores Phillips, Wanda
Snow, Joyce Hise, Joanetta Carter. THIRD
ROW: Judy Abernathy, Delores Williams,
Mike Finnigan, Jennifer Taube.
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TECHOIR-FRONT ROW: Susie Beeson, Carrie Smith, Tina Hart,
William Moon, director: Jodi Chastain, Sam Price, Mrs. Loesje Mendel,
accompanist, Mike Stanfield, Paul Wilson, Jeff Jacobs. SECOND ROW:
Libbi Michael, Robin Grant, Beth Overbey, Ellen Anderson, Vicki
Eaton, Kathy Vaughn, Diane Burch, Jeannie Duncan, Niki Brummett,
Anita Beight, Donna Riddell, Andrea Freeman, Dorothy Mclver, James
Segal, Debbie Hager, Robert Miller. THIRD ROW: Melvin Brown,
Nancy Bottoms, Delores Johnson, MeeLun Moy, Jill Jessup, J. D. Oliver,
Janet Soltau, Gladis Gorden, Laurel Burns, Jim Branham, Richard
Andrews, Kevin Brewer, Peggy Curtis, Debbie Coffman, Andrea Hunt,
Jacqueline Newbern, Dave Wallen. FOURTH ROW: Cindy Mentis,
Debbie Miller, Alfreda Lee, Janice Hittle, Laurie Lewis, Freida Mindach,
Don Whitecotton, Debbie Freeman, Brad Petree, Jim Scahill, Mike Finni-
gan, Bob Goode, Denver Jordan, Mike Brown, Elliott Varnardo, FIFTH
ROW: Madonna Barnes, Bart Petree, Beverly Washington, Don Knorr,
Don Harbin, Bruce Oakley, John Masters, Patty Woods, Claude Lowery,
Stanley Lawrence, Charles Black, Allan Mays, Michael Trent, Vernon
Harwell, Randy Auble, Roscoe Taylor.
MELODAYRES-FRONT ROW: Cheryl Walsh, director, Jodi Chastain, Beth Overbey, Janice Hittle, Ellen Anderson, Tina Hart,
Laurel Burns, Beverly Washington. SECOND ROW: Mike Finnigan, Melvin Brown, Vernon Harwell, Robert Goode, Don Knorr,
Randy Auble, Bruce Oakley.
BOYS CONCERT CLUB-FRONT ROW: Richard Guiden, Lynn Taylor,
Doug Heath, James Wingo, Gary Purdue, Tim White, Jerry Lander,
William Tatum, director. SECOND ROW: Carl DeLawter, John Nance,
Richard Henry, Carl King, Jeff Meid, Roger Childs, Robin Childs, Mark
McKinney. THIRD ROW: David Armes, George Porter, Charles
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GIRLS CONCERT CLUB-FRONT ROW: Donna Parrish, Debbie
Colvin, Gwenann Taylor, Davieda Covington, Catherine Cunningham,
Brenda Troxell, Marsha Brown, Debbie Thorman, Elmarmae Brown.
SECOND ROW: Cheryl Walsh, sponsor: Denise Jacobs, Lorrainne
Laswell, Kathy Brinkley, Patricia Stomm, Doris Douglas, Judy Abernathy,
Janet McCullough, Karen Sanford. THIRD ROW: Charmaine Young,
Jill Cooper, Rhonda Eads, Cindy Sanderson, Sylvia Hannemann, Rhonda
GIRLS ENSEMBLE-FRONT ROW: Libbi Michael, Gladis Gorden,
Nancy Bottoms. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Loesie Mendel, director, Mee
Lun Moy, Debbie Hager. THIRD ROW: Andrea H-int, Madonna
Barnes, Kim Smith. FOURTH ROW: Frieda Mindach, Laurie Lewis,
Peggy Curtis, Susie Beeson.
Starks, Douglas Dickson, Ernest Shearer, Tom West, Harold Hayes,
Carl Lowery, James Kendrick. FOURTH ROW: David Bobbs, Richard
Suhre, Perry Broadnax, Mike Pierce, Arthur Johnson, Gary Davis,
Paul Lewis, John Harpersberger, David Bullington.
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Crockett, Karol Lemmons, Karen Lucas, Claudia Kimbrough. FOURTH
ROW: Miram Hamler, Debra Smalling, Barbara Levergood, Brenda
Scott, Dorothy Mahone, Mary Beaty, Debbie Pipes, Mildred Moore,
Darlene Lewelling, Robin Kares.
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Wilson. SECOND ROW: Kenn Gividen, Denver Jordan, John S. Masters.
THlRD ROW: Mike Wood, Samuel E. Price. FOURTH ROW David A
Devitt, Mike Stanfield.
KEY CLUB-FRONT ROW: J. D. Oliver Jr., Robert Goode, Steven
Cook, Vernon Harwell, Ronnie White, Brad Petree, Roger Laughlin.
SECOND ROW: John Wiggins, sponsor: Barry Thompson, Gary Mohr,
Mark Grubbs, Jim Scahill, Stephen Watts, DeWayne Watson, Roy G.
Crabill. THIRD ROW: John Masters, treasurer: Gary Spradlin, Martin
McDaniel. Victor Evans Jr., David Armes, Bob Benson, sergeant-at-arms
Jim Isbell, president: Randy Auble. FOURTH ROW: Houston Smith
David Batts, Don Harbin, Randy Beck, Jeffrey Clinton, Claude Lowery
Stan Lawrence, Ron Thompson, Randel Wade.
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Willis, Larry Ward, Dean Carbone, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Virgil
Walker, Charles Hoskins, Larry Esslinger, Charles Battles, Steve Breland.
Gartrell, Mike Stanfield, Dave Devitt.
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Brown, Tina Hart, Sandie Spence, Laurie Lewis, Patty Fagan, Debbie
Wells, Cindy Mentis. SECOND ROW: Debbie Pipes, Toni Nix, Rhonda
Crockett, Susie Morris, Carol Beverley, Carol Eickhoff, Mary Sayles, Rita
McFall, Alicia Marshall.
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Doris Douglas, Andrea Hunt, Vicki Holmes. TOP: Debby Colvin.
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Peters. SECOND ROVV: Christine Frazier, Cathy Stuck, Kathy Krueger.
RESERVE CHEERLEADERS-F R O N T ROW:
Debby Hartsburg, Libby Veney, IVlee Lun IVIoy
Patty Taube. TOP: Vicky Roley.
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SECOND ROW: Carol Beverly, Mary Ann Thompson, Terri Wong, Geneva Jones, Alicia Marshall. THIRD ROW: Laurie Lewis,
Debra Rouse, Chris Wilson, Mary LaFara, Alfreda Lee, Aniker Wade, Tina Hart, Cindy Mentis.
ROTC OFFICERS-FRONT ROW: CfCapt. David Effler, CfCapt. James
Kegeris, C!Capt. Steve Black, SECOND ROW: C!Capt. Paul Turner,
C!Capt. Hubert Robinson, Cfl Lt. Ronell Evans. THIRD ROW: C!2 Lt.
Clem Watts, C!2 Lt. Raymond Harrington, C!2 Lt. David Ervvin.
ROTC SPONSORS-FRONT ROW: HCf1 Lt. Geraldine Siefert, HCf1 Lt.
Debbie Rouse, HC!1 Lt. Alicia Marshall. SECOND ROW: HC!Capt. Terri
Wong, HC!1 Lt. Mary Ann Thompson, HC!Capt. Geneva Jones. THIRD
ROW: HC!Capt. Mary LaFara, HCI2 Lt. Janice Wagner, HC!2 Lt. Alfreda
Lee. Not pictured C!Capt. Aniker Wade.
GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION-BOTTOM OF T GOING BACK: Linda Meritt, Valerie Hovvard, Sherie Kennedy, Rhonda
Henderson, Christine Frazier, Debbie Meadors, Toni Johnson, Sharon Donaldson, Lagenia Scott, Shirley Wilson, Teresa McGee.
TOP OF T: Sharon Howard, Marilyn Williams, Emily Morris, Glory Hamphrey, Debbie Clark, Mona Thompson, Shirley Albertson,
Jeannie Clayton, Donna Berry, Stephanie Turner, Vicki Colvin, Doris Hobbs, Mary Sayles, Cynthia Blue, Teresa Gill, Frances Williams.
Y-TEENS-FRONT ROW: Paula Sweatt, Patti Wienke, Sharon Evans,
treasurer, Charlene Harmon, Dorothy Trice, Mary Jane Marthin, sponsor.
SECOND ROW: Cindy Bennett, president: Vickie Cox, Deborah McGwen,
Rose Thompson, Zandra Colbert, Linda Bockover. THIRD ROW: Juanita
Froschauer, Danna Richey, Pam Waterman, Cynthia Cox, Brenda Boyer,
TuWanda Fields, Wanda Gamble, secretary.
JUDO CLUB-FRONT ROW: Joyce Edwards, Susan Cole, Margie
Turner, Chris Riewer, Sheila Tennex, Patty Boswell. SECOND ROW:
Wanda Brice, co-president: Rose Mindach, recording secretary: John
Whobrey, Sharian Murray, Danna Richey, Kathy Vaughn, co-president:
Judy Wenz, treasurer. THIRD ROW: Barb Levergood, Anita Worley,
vice-president: Cosetta Morris, Cindy Gibbons, Pam Toney, Vicky Booker,
ROTC COLOR GUARD-C!S.Sgt. Donnie Crabtree, C!M.Sgt. Charles
Schultz, C!S.Sgt. David Kein, C!S.Sgt. Lonnie Crabtree.
GIRLS GYMNASTICS-Gay Lawson, Rosemary Williams, Patty Taube,
Anita McChristian, Vicki Peters, Vicky Roley, Diana Wong, Linda Stires,
Teresa Spence, Cathy Stuck, Kim Franklin, Jenny Taube, Tonya Bruce,
Tina Powers, Millie Bland.
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David Batts Ernest Kincy James Lingenfelter Randall Auble
Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms
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Marguerite Hardy Janice Cooper John Kanouse Lois Sink Jlldifh MCB"ide
Mrs. Mary Penrod
Jodi Chastain Stephanie Cooper David Devitt Ella Emerson
James Isbell Mary Jones James Lee Cynthia Nlentis
Bruce Oakley Sandie Spence Paul Wilson Terri Wong
Hugh E. Abe'
L. Tom Abel
Ronnie E. Abner
Barbara J. Adams
Barbara L. Adams
Rhonda M. Adams
Amie L. Allen
James D. Allen
Michael E. Allen
Jacqueline O. Amos
Deborah B. Anderson
Ellen K. Anderson
Kimberley S. Anderson
Pamela K. Anderson
Wanda M. Anderson
Richard E. Andrews
William A. Bailey, Jr.
Patricia A. Baker
Jerry L. Bales
Sue A. Bales
Raymond L. Bannon
Mark A. Barnard
Madonna L. Barnes
Vernon A. Barnes
Rebecca S. Barrett
Doris J. Barringer
Charles A. Battle
Jo Ann Bayer
Brenda L. Bear
Kenny P. Bear
James E. Beasley
Martha J. Beatty
Garry P. Beaven
Randy D. Beck
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Steven H. Brown
Winifred E. Brown
Tonya L. Bruce
Denise E. Burns
James C. Bushfield
Michael W. Butchee
Carolyn J. Campbell
Paula A. Carr
Paula J. Carr
Dorothy S. Carson
Rena R. Carson
Joanetta E. Carter
Kenneth A. Carter
Robert Carter, Jr.
Howard Catellier, Jr
Rickey N. Chapman
George R. Cheesebourough
Charles D. Chrisley
Karen L. Clinton
Joey L. Cochran
Brenda A. Cole
RANDY AUBLE joins other notables on his visit to Mt. Rushmore, Lead, South Dakota, to re-
ceive the Francis Bellamy Award.
Clifford E. Coleman
Betty lvl. Collins
Kathie J. Collins
Teri L. Conard
Joyce A. Cooksey
William F. Coons
Kathy L. Cooper
Stevie J. Cooper
Cato K. Cork
Margie E. Costelow
Jackie R. Crawford
Peggy E. Curtis
Janet L. Daughtery
Robin M. Dowdy
Lex A. Driver
L. Denise Dyke
Robin B. Eads
Janice K. Eckerty
Carol L. Eickhoff
Dana A. Eisenhut
Ronell L. Evans
Sharon D. Evans
Norman D. Fenner
De Attre Fields
Tu Wanda Fields
Sheila G. Floyd
Janice F. Ford
La Donna Foster
Jim E. Fox
Vickie E. Franklin
VERNON BARNES is the Tech candidate for a scholar-
ship awarded by Merchants Bank to further education
MARY LAFARA finishes one of her many projects as a Tech artist.
Richard A. Garrnany
Alfreda M. Gibson
Jonathan W. Gibson
John E. Gilmore
Nancy L. Gilson
Eileen F. Green
Sharon K, Green
GLADIS GORDEN'S assembly line technique
comes in handy at Junior Achievement where
she is treasurer of her company.
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His other activities included a trip to St. Louis with the
Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
James A. Jeter
B. Kent Johnson
Bruce L. Johnson
Catherine J. Johnson
Donna M. Johnson
James E, Johnson
David M. Jones
Dennis M. Jones
John M. Jones
Sandra D. Jones
Ricky A. Keen
James E. Kegeris
Melinda S. Kern
Shirley J. Kerr
John W. Kyer
Mary K. LaFara
David Lee, Jr.
David L. Lewis
Paul L. Lewis
Michael F. Louden
Marchell K. Love
Mary F. Lovett
William Lowe, Jr.
Norman C. Lower
Bobby F. Lowery
Lidia E. Luna
Harold E. Lund
Charles E. Madden
Deborah A. Mahone
Dean S. Mangus
Guy V. Marshall
Diana L. Matthews
Katie F. Maxey
James Maye, Jr.
Alan D. Mays
Joseph McCowan, Jr
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DEBBY COLVIN, Miss Treble Clef and Arthur John'
son, Mr. Bass Clef smile jubiantly after being crowned
Debby likes roses while Arthur prefers his teddy bear, -
Michael J. McCreary
Dorothy L. McCullough
Jo Lynn Minor
Paul S. Morse
Steven R. Oler
J. D. Oliver
Gloria J. Owens
James Douglas Pettigrew
STEVE BRELAND spins a record
as IVI. C. at a talent show sponsor-
ed by his church youth group.
NANCY LARKIN, winner of the
Betty Crocker homemaker award,
pops a casserole into the oven.
Debra A. Rouse
Anthony L. Rush
Joe M. A, Rush
B. Kaye Russell
Karen K. Sanford
Ella J. Satkamp
Jack G. Satkamp
Brenda A. Scott
Phillip D. Scott
Edward R. Shepherd
Vivian L. Shook
Wanda S. Shreve
Geraldine S. Siefert
Ruth A. Silas
Wilma L. Simmons
Dorris M. Sims
Cynthia A. Smith
K. Kimberly Smith
Phyllis B. Smith
Peggy A. Spears
Barbara J. Stewart
Donald R. Stewart
Crystal J. Sultzer
Richard J. Swan
Donna L. Taylor
Donna S. Taylor
Lois M. Thomas
Cynthia M. Thompson
Jayne F . Thompson
TERRI WONG reflects her Chinese ancestry, wearing a native hand-
embroidered wedding gown, a valued family possession. Techites know
Terri better as she looks in the companion picture. For a third costume,
see p. 110.
Mary Ann Tlrornpsorr
Ronald R, Thompson
Lynclal J, Tipton
Russell G. Tracey
Dennis L. Turner
Paul A. Turner
Sheryl D. Tvvrtty
David H. Veney
Janice M. Vernardo
Jacqueline M. Via
Melody A. Vittetovv
Kathleen G. Wagner
Jeanette E. Wallick
Deborah L, Ward
Larry R. Ward
Clem E. Watts
Stephen P. Watts
Mary L. Webb
Raymond R, Webb
Newell D. Weeks
Ronald E. White
Edward A. Wildrick
Ben L. Wilkerson
Linda K. Williams
Christina L. Wilson
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CAP AN D GOWN
David Batts, Chairman
FRONT ROW: Geneva Jones, Paul Wilson,Terri Wong, captains, Harold Lund, co-commander. SECOND ROW: Bruce
Oakley, Robert Platt, Sam Price, Pam Roots, Debbie Rouse, Wilma Simmons, Sandra Spence. THIRD ROW: Ellen
Anderson, Brenda iCooperi Holloway, Keith E. Hines, Beverly Hines, Jim Isbell, Bruce Johnson, Sandra Jones.
FOURTH ROW: Kim Anderson, Peggy Curtis, Janet Daughery, Mary Dunham, Dave Devitt, David Erwin, Patty Fagan.
FIFTH ROW: Frieda Mindach, Madonna Barnes, Vernon Barnes, Rebecca Barrett, David Batts, Anita Beight, Carol
Mary E. Wilson
QM, Dennis Wood
Beverly J. Wright
Darrell E. Wright
,iv Patrick Wright
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FRONT ROW: Mary Jones, co-commander, Carol Eickhoff, Stephanie Cooper, Randy Auble, captains. SECOND
ROW: Donna S. Taylor, Mary Ann Thompson, Ron Thompson, Stephen Watts, Edward Wildrick, Christina Wilson.
THIRD ROW: Mary LaFara, Valdis Lerchs, Anita Marcum, Dorothy McCullough, Martin McDaniel, Cindy Mentis,
Cindy Miller. FOURTH ROW: Andrea Freeman, Sharon Gadis, Gladis Gorden, Sharon Green, Brenda Hagan,
Michael Hagans, Sally Harding, Tina Hart. FIFTH ROW: Kathy Blakely, Nancy Bottoms, Judy Brown, Martha Clark,
Linda Clem, Debra Colvin, Kathy Cooper. Not shown: Gary Brinkley, James Birchfield, Wanda Shreve, Neita
James Isbell, Chairman
ALL SENIORS have majored in English. Num-
bers indicate number of semesters participation
in a group or activity.
ABBETT, HARRIETT PATRICIA IPATTYI1 Business
Education, Home Economics!lCT Club 2, Y-Teens 2,
Cheer Block 1, School Play
ABEL, HUGH E.: Auto-AviationlHist0ry Club 4, CAN-
ABEL, LOUIS TOM: Social Studies!Boys Concert Club 2,
Techoir 1, CANNON WEEKLY Staff 5
ABNER, RONNIE E.
ADAMS, BARBARA J.: Business Education Social
ADAMS, BARBARA LYNN
ADAMS, MICHEAL EUGENE IWOODCHUCKI: Mathe-
matics, Building Trades
ADAMS, RHONDA MARIE: Science, Social Studies
ALLEN, AMIE LOUISE: Science, Social Studies
ALLEN,JAMES DARNELL: Social StudieslSpanish Club,
Cheer Block, Track, Techoir, Concert Band
ALLEN, MICHAEL EUGENE IMIKEI: Auto-Aviation
ALLEN, NATHANIEL R. INATEIZ Building Trades,
MathematicslCross Country, Track
ALSUM, TERRY L.
AMOS, JACOUELINE OUINITIA: Business Education,
Social Studies!GAA 6, Judo 1, SAO Representative
ANDERSON, DEBORAH: Home Economics, Social
ANDERSON, ELLEN K.: Foreign Language, Music,
Social StudieslHuman Relations Committee, Concert Or-
chestra, Melodayres, Majorette Corps, String Ensemble,
Techoir, CANNON agent, SAO Representative, Senior
ANDERSON, KIMBERLY SUE IKIMI: Foreign Language,
Science, Social Studies!Chemistry-Physics Club 3, Drama
Club 6, French Club 4, German Club 6, History Club 1,
NFL 6, Thespians 6, Concert Orchestra, Debate Team,
Speech Team, School Play
ANDERSON, LLOYD lMAURlCEI: Building Trades, Sci-
ence, Social Studies
ANDERSON, PAMELA KAY IPAMI: Business Education,
ANDERSON, WANDA MARIE: Social Studies!Concert
ANDREWS, RICHARD ELVIN: Music, Social Studies!
Drama Club 3, Future Teachers of America 2, History
Club 2, Music Club 4,Spanish Club 4, Prayer Circle 7, Bell
Choir, Boys Concert Club, Concert Orchestra, String En-
semble, Techoir, CANNON agent
ASHLEY, HARRY T.
AUBLE, RANDALL CRAIG: Mathematics, Music, Social
Studies!Chess Club 7, Key Club 6, Junior Council, Con-
cert Band, Concert Orchestra, Dance Band, Melodayres,
Techoir, CANNON agent, SAO Representative, Senior
Council, Prom Committee, Sgt.-at-Arms of Senior Class
BACON, GREGORY EUGENE IGREGI: Auto-Aviation!
ROTC Drill Team
BAILEY, CYNTHIA A.
BAILEY, WILLIAM A., JR.: Auto-Aviation, Drafting
BAKER, JAMES MICHAEL IMIKEI: Art, Social Studies
BAKER, PATRICIA ANN: Home EconomicslJunior
Council, SAO Representative
BALES, JERRY L.: Building Trades!lCT Club, Basket-
BALES, SUE ANN: Home Economics, Science
BANNON, RAYMOND L. Il
BANNON, VICKIE LYNN: Foreign Language!GAA 2,
Spanish Club 1, CANNON agent, SAO Representative
BARBER, JANICE M.
BARNARD, MARK A.
BARNES, MADONNA L.: Foreign Language, Home Eco-
nomicslGirls Concert Club 2, Girls Ensemble 1, Techoir,
Senior Vespers Committee
BARNES, PAULA E.
BARNES, VERNON A.: Business Education, Social Stu-
dies!DE 2, Cross Country, Basketball, Football, Track,
BARNETTE, OLESTA J.
BARRETT, REBECCA S.: Art, Business Education, So-
BARRINGER, DORIS J.: Business EducationlDE 1,
GAA 1, Printing Club 1, Y-Teens 2, Gymnastics 1
BARTLETT, DWAINE: Building Trades
BATTLE, CHARLES A.: PrintinglLettermen's Club 3,
Basketball, Track, CANNON agent
BATTS, DAVID LOUIE: Electrical Trades, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies!Key Club 3, Photography Club 2,
Student Athletic Manager lBasketballI, SAO Executive
Board, Vice President of Senior Class, Prom Committee
BAUMIA, MICHEAL: Building Trades, Painting and
BAYER, JOANN: Science, Social StudiesllCT Club 2
BEAR, BRENDA LEIGH: Social Studies!Art Club 2
BEAR, KENNETH PAUL IKENNYI: Art!Concert Band
BEARD, CONNIE SADIE IKANZIDIAI: Business Edu-
cation, Home Economics, Science!Track
BEASLEY, JAMES: Building Trades
BEATY, MARTHA J.: Home Economics
BEAVEN, GARRY PHILLIP: Foreign Language, Mathe-
matics, Scoial Studies
BECK, RANDY DAVID: Business Education, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies lKey Club 3, Techoir 1, CANNON
BEECH, AMANDA R.
BEIGHT, ANITA RUTH: Music, Social Studies!Concert
Orchestra, Techoir, SAO Representative, Concert Band
BELL, ESTELLE: Business Education, Home Economics,
BENSON, ROBERT IBOBBYI: Art, Mathematics, Key
Club, History Club, Cross Country, Track, CANNON Year-
book Staff, Senior Cap and Gown Committee
BERGMAN, STEVEN R.: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies
BERRY, NAOMI: Business EducationlY-Teens1
BERRY, WAYNE E.: Auto-Aviation
BERRYHILL, WILLIE MAE: Art, Home Economics,
Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!CANNON agent
REALLY GETTING THINGS TOGETHER at the Sadie Hawkin's after-school dance are, left to right, Alfreda Lee, Gladis Gorden, and Aniker Wade.
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LOOKING AS "PEACE"-full as possible, Ron
Thompson signals his greetings and message to
BEVERLEY, CAROL DIANE: BusinessEducation, Social
Studies!Chess Club 2, High School Red Cross 3, Service
Club 2, ROTC Girls Drill Team, Majorette Corps, Assistant
Head Majorette, SAO Representative
BLACK, STEVEN L. lSTEVEl: Printing, Social Studies!
Chemistry Club, Printing Club, Football, Wrestling, ROTC
Officer, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC
Color Guard, Junior Council, Techoir, CANNON Weekly
Stall, SAO Representative, CANNON agent
BLAKEY, DIANA L.: English Home Economics Social
Studies!History Club 2
BLAKLEY KATHY LYNN: Business Education Social
BLOSS, JULIA: Home Economics, Social Studies!CAN-
BLUNT, LOUVON: Business Education, Social Studies!
BOLTON, RlCHARD W.
BOOKER, ROBERT D.
BOOKER, NATHANIELZ PrintinglPrinting Club
BOONE, DONNA FAYE lDONUTl: Business Education,
Social Studies!SAO Representatives
BORDEN, SHIRLEY ANNE: Business Education, Social
Studies!Future Teachers of America 4, High School Red
Cross Club 1, Girls Concert Club, CANNON agent, SAO
BOSWELL, ROBERT L.: Social Studies!Wrestling
BOTTOMS, NANCY ANN: Social Studies!Service Club 2,
Girls Concert Club, Girls Ensemble, Techoir, SAO Execu-
tive Board, SAO Representative
BOYD, JANE ANN: Home Economics!Cheerblock, SAO
Social Studies!Drama Club 2, GAA 2, NFL 2, Speech
Team, Senior Prom Committee
BRADSHAW, CLOVIS: Mathematics, Social Studies
BRELAND, STEVEN L. Auto-Aviation, Science, Social
Studies!Human Relations Committee, Intramural Sports,
Lettermens Club, Football, Track, Wrestling, Junior Coun-
cil, SAO Representative
BRENTS, MARK A.:
BREWER, EUNICE: Business Education, Social Studies!
Drama Club 2, GAA, Intramural Sports 1, Judo, Track,
School Play, CANNON agent, SAO representative
BREWER, MARCELLA Business Education, Social Stu-
dies!DE 1, Intramural Sports I, Service Club 1, Concert
RRIDGES, DON LA MORRIS: Social Studies
BRIGGS, DUN: Drafting, Mathematics!Concert Band
BRINKER, RICHARD ROLAND lRlCKIz Metal Trades
BRINKLEY, GARY ALAN: Science, Social Studies!NFL
6, School Play, Speech Team, Exploratory Teachers
BRISTOW, CHERYL ANN: Art, Business Education, So-
cial Studiesll-listory Club
BROADNAX, JONATHAN IJOHNI Auto-Aviation,
Music, Science, Social Studies!Chess Club, CANNON
BROOKS, BRENDA KAY Home Economics, Social
BROWN,ALlCIA ANN Home Economics, SocialStudies!
Majorette Corps, CANNON agent
BROWN, BARBARA JANE Business Education!Music
BROWN, DELORES ANN, Home Economics!Track,SAO
BROWN, GLADYS JUNE' Business Education, Social
BROWN, JANTISL Business Education, Science!Y-Teens
2, SAO Representative
BROWN, JUDY FRANCES. Art, Business Education!
SAO Representative, CANNON agent
BROWN, KATHY ANN. Business Education!Service Club,
BROWN, LINDA LEE Business Education, Social Studies
BROWN, LOIS' Business Education, Social Studies!
BROWN, MAMIE R.: Business Education, Social Studies!
Service Club 3, CANNON Yearbook Staff
BROWN, ROBBIE JEAN: Home Economics
BROWN, STEVEN H. lSTEVEl: Auto-Aviation!Radio
Club 3, CANNON Yearbook Staff, SAO Representative
BRUCE, TONYA Business Education, Social Studies!
Ouill and Scroll 3, Gymnastics 4, CANNON agent, CAN-
NON Yearbook Staff
BUCKNER, MICHAEL: Social Studies!BasketbaII, Foot-
BURGIN, CHAR LES W.
BURNS, E. DENISE: Business Education, Home Econo-
mics, Social Studies
BURNS, LINDA IDARLENEI: BusinessEducation, Home
Economics, Science,Social Studies!Human Relations Com-
mittee 4, SAO Representative
BURNS, ROSALIND: Foreign Language, Social Studies!
Future Teachers of America 2, History Club 4, Service Club
BUSHFIELD, JAMES CARL lJlMl: Electrical Trades,
BUTCHEE, MICHAEL W.: Building Trades, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies!lCT Club 2, Intramural Sports 2,
Bowling Club, ROTC Officer, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC
Color Guard, ROTC Rand Guard, CANNON agent
BYRD, MILDRED: Business Education, Home Econo-
mics, Science!Service Club
CAMPBELL, CAROLYN JO: Music Social, Studies
CAREY, FAYE ANITTA: Business Education!CANNON
CARR, PAULA ANN: Home Economics
CARR, PAULA JEANNE: Home Economics
CARSON, DOROTHY SUE: Home Economics
CARSON, RENA ROXANNE lRENEl: Foreign Language,
Science, Social Studies!Music Club, Natural Science Club,
Junior Classical League, Future Nurses Club, Concert
CARTER, JOANETTA E.: Business Education, Music,
Social Studies!Concert Orchestra, Girls Concert Club,
CARTER, JOHN W,: Building Trades, Mathematics
CARTER, KENNETH: Building Trades, Mathematics, Sci-
CARTER, RICKY DAVID: Social Studies!Football, Boys
Concert Club, SAO Representative, CANNON agent
CARTER, ROBERT JR.: Auto- Aviation, Science, Social
CASSERLY, PAMELA A.: Social Studies
CASTANE DA, PAUL MARTIN: Social Studies!Judo 2
CATELLIER, HOWARD J. JR. lJOEl: Building Trades,
Mathematics, Social Studies!Chess Club 2, ICT Club 3,
SAO Representative 2
CATLETT, MARY A.
CHAMBERS, SHIRRIN ANN: Social Studies
CHAPMAN, RICKY NEWELL lRlCKl: Printing
CHARLOCK, SUSAN CAROL: Home Economics, Social
CHASTAIN, JODI MARIE: Mathematics, Social Studies!
Girls Concert Club, Melodayres Techoir, Senior Council,
Senior Gift Committee
CHEESEBOUROUGH, GEORGE F,, JR.: Metal Trades!
Senior Prom Committee
CHRISLE Y, DAVID: Mathematics Science, Social Studies
CLARK, MARTHA L,t Business Education, Social Stud-
CLARKE, SHIRLEY RAMELLE: Science, Social Studies!
Drama Club 3, Music Club 2, School Play, Girls Concert
Club, SAO Representative
CLEM, LINDA Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!
Human Relations Committee, Junior Council, Exploratory
Teachers, CANNON agent SAO Representative. Senior
CLEGG, MICHAEL: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies
CLINTON, KAREN L.. Music, Social Studies!SAO
COBB, DEIRDRE RENAY: Business Education, Social
Studies!Speech Team, Concert Orchestra
COCHRAN, JOEY L: Social Studies!lCT Club 2
COFFMAN, DEBRA SUE Business Education, Social
Studies!Future Teachers of America, History Club, Girls
Concert Club, Techoir, SAO Representative, Exploratory
Teachers, School Play, CANNON agent ITop Tenl
COHEN, TONY ERVIN: Auto-Aviation, Business Educa-
COLDMAN, CHARLIE P:
IHIN I Hill
"GERALDlNE" puts in her appearance at the
Sadie Hawkins dance, making sure everyone
heeds "her" vvarning.
BRUCE OAKLEY, Randy Auble, Don Knorr
and Mike Stanfield manage to take time out
from the Techoir Valentine's Day party to pose
for the camera.
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THAT THE SADIE HAWKINS dance was a big
success is obvious in these seniors' faces.
COLE, BRENDA: Mathematics, Social Studies
COLE, PATRICIA ANN: Business Education, Social Stud-
ies!Future Teachers of America 4
COLEMAN, CLIFFORD EUGENE: Industrial Arts
COLEMAN, CYNTHIA KAY: Business Education, Social
COLEMAN, RICKY L.: Auto-Aviation, Building Trades!
History Club, Intramural Sports, Baseball, Tennis
COLLINS, BETTY M.: Business Education, Home Eco
COLLINS, DARRELL RAY: Art
COLLINS, KATHIE J.
COLVIN, DEBRA KAY: Home Economics, Mathematics,
Social Studies!Cheerleaders, Girls Concert Club, CANNON
agent, SAO Representative
CONARD, TERI LEE: Home Economics
COOK, CHARLESETTA: Business Education!Concert
COOK, HENRIETTA: Art
COOKSEY, JOYCE A.: Art, Home Economics
COONS, WILLIAM FREDERICK: Electrical Trades!Con-
cert Band, Concert Orchestra
COOPER, GARY L.
COOPER, KATHY L.
COOPER, STEPHANIE ANN ISTEPHIEI: Art, Foreign
Language, Mathematics, Social Studies!Junior Council,
Concert Band, Concert Orchestra, SAO Representative, Se-
nior Council Representative, Senior Commencement Com-
COOPER, STEVE J. KSTEVIEI: Drafting
CORBIN, WILLIE: Building Trades
CORK, CATO KEPLER: Auto-Aviation, Building Trades,
Mathematics, Social Studies!Junior Classical League, Pro-
grammer's Club, Cross Country, Track, SAO Representa-
tive, House Planning Committee
COSTELOW, MARJORIE ELLEN: Art!Art Club
COURTNEY, JOHN: Art, Mathematics
COUSIN, DEBORAH MARIE: Home Economics, Mathe
COVINGTON, DAVIEDA: Music, Social Studies!Track,
Girls Concert Club
CRAWFORD, JACKIE RAY: Social Studies
CROWE, DAPHNE A.
CRUTHIRD, SANDRA CHRISTINE: Home Economics,
CURTIS, PEGGY E.: Music, Social Studies!Chess Club 3,
Drama Club 4, Thespians 3, Y-Teens, Girls Concert Club,
Girls Ensemble, Techoir, CANNON agent, SAO Repre-
DALTON, DIANNA: Business Education, Home Econo
nomics, Social Studies
DALTON, LUCINDA MAIRE lCINDYl: Business Edu-
DANIEL, ELAINE: Business Education, Home Economics
DAUGHERTY, JANET LEE: Business Education
DAVENPORT, VIRGINIA GAYLE: Mathematics!String
Ensemble, CANNON agent, SAO Representative
DAVIDSON, SHERRY L.
DAVIDSON, SHIRLEY E.: Social Studies!Judo 4
DAVIE, RONALD IRONI: Building Trades, Social Stud-
ies!Lettermen's Club 7, Cross Country, Basketball, Track,
DAVISSON, MARK S.: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies!
DAVISSON, RUBY LANE: Business Education, Social
DEAN,THEODORA NEVA IANN MARIEI: Business Ed-
ucation, Social Studies!SAO Representative
DENNEY, RONNIE: Social Studies!Concert Band
DENNY, DAVID BRUCE: Art!Art Club, Baseball, Foot-
Ball, Golf, School Play, CANNON agent
DEVITT, DAVID ALAN: Social Studies!Key Club, Let-
termen's Club, Music Club, Basketball, Football, Golf,
Boys Octette, Techoir, SAO Representative, Senior Coun-
cil, Senior Gift Committee
DODD, DE LOISE: Business Education!SAO Representa-
DORAN, RICHARD: Aviation, Social Studies
DORSETT, MICHAEL E.: Metal Trades!Cross Country,
DOWDY, ROBIN MARIE: Mathematics, Social Studies
DRIVER, LEX A.: Mathematics, Printing
DUFF, DENISE E.: Business Education
DUKE, JANET: Business Education, Home Economics,
Social Studies!SAO Representative
DUNHAM, MARY: Social Studies!Prayer Circle 6, Explor-
atory Teachers, Concert Band
DUNLAP, BARBARA: Home Economics, Music, Social
DUNSON, CAROL JEAN: Home Economics, Science
DWIGANS, JAMES ALAN: Business Education, Social
Studies!SociaI Committee James E. Roberts School
DWIGANS, LAURA ANN: Business Education, Home
Economics, Social Studies!Chess Club 2, DE 1, Drama Club
1, School Play, CANNON agent, CANNON Weekly Staff
DYKE, LORA IDENISEI: Business Education, Social
EADS, ROBIN BRUCE: Art, Social Studies!Drama Club,
German Club, History Club, Intramural Sports, Photo-
graphy Club, CANNON Weekly Staff
ECKERT, ROSEANNA: Home Economics, Social Stud-
ies! SAO Representative
ECKERTY, JANICE K. IROBINSONI: Home Econo-
EDWARDS, JACK D.: Industrial Arts, Mathematics!
EFFLER, DAVID P.: Business Education, Social Studies,
!ROTC Officer, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC Rifle Team,
ROTC Color Guard, SAO Representative, CANNON agent
EICKHOFF, CAROL LEE: Foreign Language, Home
Economics, Mathematics, Social Studies! Human Relat-
ions Committee 2, Majorette Corps, SAO Representative,
Exploratory Teachers, Quiz Team, Senior Cap and Gown
EISENHUT, DANA A.: Social Studies! CANNON Year-
FOOD WAS AS PLENTI FUL as the wild costumes at the Techoir Valentine's party. Choir members enjoying a snack are Bart Petree, Pati Woods, Sam Price,
Elliott Varnado, and Mike Stanfield.
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ELSTON, SANDRA LEE: Home Economics, Social
Studies! Judo 1, High School Red Cross 'l, SAO Repre-
EMERSON, ELLA MAE: Mathematics, Science, Social
Studies! Junior Council, SAO Representative, CANNON
agent, Senior Council, Senior Commencement Committee
ERWIN, WILLIAM DAVID: Foreign Language, Social
Studies! D E, JCL 6, Natural Science Club, ROTC Offi-
cers, SAO Representative
ESSLINGER, DENNIS M. IDENNYI: Printing
ETTE RS, MARGIE M.: Business Education, Social Stud-
ies! Service Club, Cheerb lock
ETTINGER, NANCY: Business Education, Social Stud-
ies! Music Club 6, Girls Concert Club, SAO Representa-
tive, CANNON agent
EUBANKS, WILLIAM C,, JR.
EVANS, ALBERT: Auto-Aviation! Wr9Slllr19, ROTC
Officers, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC Band Guard, CANN-
ON Weekly Stall
EVANS, CARROLL G.: Metal Trades! ICT 3
EVANS, JOEL: Auto-Aviation ! Wrestling lManagerl
EVANS, RONELL: Social Studies! ROTC Officer, ROTC
EVANS, SHARON DONITA: Business Education, Home
FAGAN, PATRICIA L. IPATI'Ylz Business Education,
Social Studies, Drama Club, NFL, Thespians
FAIDLEY, STANLEY M.
FARRIS, PATRICIA JEAN IPATI2 Business Education
FENNER, NORMAN D.: Auto-Trades
FEUTZ, RUTH ELLEN: Business Education, Home
FIELDS, DEATTRA ELOISE: Social Studies
FIELDS, RONALD MICHAEL: Auto-Aviation, Science
FIELDS, TUWANDA: Home Economics! Y-Teens
FIGURES, PEARL MAE ITIYAI: Mathematics, Social
FINNERAN, JOE: Electrical Trades, Social Studies
FlSHER,JANlCE MARIE: Art,SocialStudies
FLAKE, ELAINE T. ILAINEYI: Social Studies! Cheer-
block, Gymnastics, GAA, Judo
FLOWERS, DEBRA LOUISE IDEBBIEIS Science, Social
Studies! German Club
FLOYD,SHElLA G.: Home Economics
FORD, JANICE FAYE: Business Education, Social Stud-
ies! D E
FOSTER, LADONNA ANN: Art,Social Studies
FOWLER, ROGER ALLEN: Printing
FOWLKES, JANICE L.: Science!GAA1, Track
FOX, JAMES EDWARD IJIMII Auto-Aviation, Social
FOX, JOSEPH ALPHONSO: Auto-Aviation,Social Stud-
ies! Intramural Sports
FOX, RUSSELL CHARLES: Business Education, For-
eign Language, Science, Social Studies! Baseball, CANN-
ON agent, SAO Representative
FRANKLIN, JOHN L.
FRANKLIN, RONALD: Social Studies
FRANKLIN, VICKIE ELAINE:
FREEMAN, ANDREA SUE: Foreign Language, Social
Studies! Bell Choir 2, Girls Concert Club, Techoir 1,
Exploratory Teachers 3
FROST, PHILLIP JEFFREY IJEFFI: Social Studies!
Track, Wrestling, CANNON agent
GADIS, SHARON JEAN: Business Education, Social
GARDNER, PAUL DONALD: Mathematics, Social Stud-
GARMANY, RICHARD ALLEN, JR.: Electrical Trades,
GARRETT, EVERLINE IEVELYNI: Art, Business Ed-
ucation, Mathematics, Social Studies! CANNON agent 2
GARTEN, BETTY JEAN: Business Education, Music,
Social Studies! GAA, Human Relations Committee, Band
Orchestra, Pep Band, SAO Representative
GASKINS, SHARYL LYNN: Art! Chess Club, GAA,
History Club 6, Spanish Club, Prayer Circle, CANNON
AGENT, SAO Representative
GAYLES, LEONARD, JR.: Auto-Aviation, Mathemat-
ics, Social Studies
GEARLD, WAYNE C.: Auto-Aviation, Mathematics,
GEARLDS, ANTHONY KEITH ITONYI: Business Ed-
utation, Mathematics! Basketball
GIBSON, JONATHAN W.: Electrical Trades, Science!
GILLENWATE R, JAMES
GILSON, NANCY LEE: Business Education, Social Stud-
ies! High School Red Cross, President of JuniorSenior
Class at James E. Roberts School, Social Committee,
Constitution Committee, Vice-President of Roberts Sch-
ool Student Body
GIVIDEN, KENNETH PAUL, JR. IKENNI: Foreign
language! Techoir, Boys Octette
GLADDEN, MARY JANE: Business Education, Home
Economics! SAO Representative
GLADNEY, MARY LOIS: Art, Home Economics! Art
Club, Drama Club, SAO Representative
GLOVER, SHIRLEY: Auto-Aviation, Drafting, Math-
ematics, Science, Social Studies! Lettermen's Club 5,
Basketball, Football, Track
GOLDER, CARMEN EDWINA IPEACHESI: Art, Home
Economics, Stagecraft School Play
GORDEN, GLADIS L.: Business Education, Mathermt-
ics! History Club 4, Human Relations Committee 4, NFL
6, High School Red Cross 1, Spanish Club 2, Y-Teens 6,
Jr. Council, Girls Concert Club, Girls Ensemble, Techoir,
Debate Team, Speech Team, SAO Executive Board
- 1 p.fl.
EVERYBODY JOINED IN the fun for Sadie
Hawkins-it was a great opportunity to really
GRAHAM, MILTON H.: Auto-Aviation! CANNON agent
GREEN, CONSTANCE ANOLA ICONNIEII Art, FTA
1, Girls Concert Club
GREEN, DELENE TERESA: Home Economics, Social
Studies! GAA 1, Track, SAO Representative, CANNON
GREEN, EILEEN FRANCES: Business Eduwtion, Home
Economits! FTA 1, High School Red Cross 1, Library
GREEN, MICHAEL O'SHAY1 Auto-Aviation, Science,
GREEN, SHARON KAY: Home Economics, Mathemat-
ics, Science, Social Studies! SAO Representative
GUFFEY, PATRICIA ANN: Business Education, Social
HAGAN, BRENDA MARIE: Mathematics, Scientm!
House Plan Committee
HAGAN, KEVIN P.
HAGANS, MICHAEL EDWARD IMIKEI: Auto-Aviation,
Building Trades, Mathematics! Baseball
HAGER, DEBORAH JEAN IDEBBIEI: Art,Social Stud-
ies! Girls Concert Club, Girls Ensemble, Techoir, SAO
Representative, CANNON agent
HAM, PATRICIA JEAN: Home Economics! SAO Repre-
HAMMOCK, JANICE E.: Business Education, Social
Studies! DE,Service Club,SAO Representative
HAND, SANDRA KAY ISANDYI: Business Education,
HANKINS, ALFRED D.: Building Trades
HANNON, JERRY: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies! ln-
HAMSEN, ERIKA VEGA: Art, Home Economics, Social
.4 3.14, .
be yourself-whether dancing or building pyra-
Studies! Historian of Student Body, James E. Roberts
HARDIN, DONNIE: Auto-Aviation, Science, Social
HARDING, SALLY JAYNEt Social Studies! German
Club, High School Red Cross Club, FTA
HARLOW, STEPHEN: Business Education, Social Stud-
ies! Lettermen's Club
HARNEY, JAMES C., JR.: Electrical Trades, Mathemat-
HARRINGTON, CONNIE JO ANN: Home Economics
HARRINGTON, RAYMOND VICTOR. Social Studies
HARRIS, JAMES W. IJIMMYIZ Auto-Aviation, Math-
ematics, Social Studies
HARRIS, NANCY ANN: Business Education
HARRIS, ROVESTER: Business Education, Home Econ-
HARRIS, YVONNEIVONIZ Business Education
HART, CONSTANTINA ITINAII Mathematics! Music
Club, Spanish Club, ROTC Girls Drill Team, Girls Concert
Club, MeIodayres,Ma1orette Corps, Techoir, SAO Repre-
sentative, Senior Vespers Committee
HARWELL, VERNON M.: Music, Social Studies! Key
Club, Concert Band, Melodayres, Techoir, SAO Repre-
sentative, CANNON agent
HATCHER, JACKIE LYNETTE Home Economics!
SAO Representative, CANNON agent
HATFIELD, LARRY' Industrial Arts, Metal Trades!
HAYES, KATHY: Home Economics
HAYES, VICTORIA ANN IVICKIEI Business Educat-
ion! History Club
HAZELTON, CLIFFORD GENEICLIFFI Auto-Aviation
! ROTC Drill Team
HEATH, JAYNEE: Business Education, Home Econo-
mics! High School Red Cross, CANNON agent, SAO Rep-
HEAVRIN, JANA R.: Business Education, Home Econ-
mics! High School Red Cross
HELFRICH, ROBERT LANCE IBOBII Foreign Lang-
uage, Social Studies! German Club
HENDERSON, DENNIS LEE: Building Trades
HENTON, ALMA LEE: Home Economics, Business Ed-
HERALD, RONALD EUGENE: Auto-Aviation! SAO
Representative, School Service
HERRINGTON, CAROLYN L.: Home Economics
HICKERSON, DEBRA lDEBBYl: Social Studies! High
School Red Cross
HICKS, ALBERTA L.: Business Education, Home Econ-
omics, Social Studies!GAA, CANNON Weekly Staff,
HILL, JAMES V.: Auto-Aviation, Mathematics, Social
HILL, LINDA G.: Business Education, Home Economics
HINES, KEITH E.: Mathematics, Science, Social Stud-
ies! ICT Club, NFL, Speech Team, SAO Representative
HITE, ROBERT EUGENE: Foreign Language, Math-
HODGE, TERESA LYNN ITERRYI: Home Economics,
HODGES, TRAVIS D.: Building Trades!CANNON agent
HOLMES, LINDA A.: Home Economics! Y-Teens, GAA,
HOPPER,JOY LEE: Business Education
HOWARD, DANNY A.: Building Trades
HOWARD,JERRY L.: Auto-Aviation
HUBBARD, TERRY ANTHONY: Auto-Aviation, Busi-
ness Education, Mathematics, Social Studies! Intramural
HUDSON, CARL L.
HUEBER, JAMES MICHAEL IJIMI: Auto-Aviation,
Mathematics, Science, Social Studies
HUGHES, ANDREW DWIGHT IANDYI: Prlnting,Social
Studies! Pinting Club, High School Red Cross, Baseball,
School Play, Cheerblock
HUGHES, ARANDER M.: Building Trades
HUNT, RICHARD L.
Studies! School Play
HUTCHINS, PHILMORE S. JR.: Printing! Printing Club
Business Education, Social
HUTSON, EDNA RUTH: Business Education, Home
Economics, Social Studies! ICT Club 2, School Service 1
ILLEY, JANE: Home Economics, Social Studies! ICT
Club, School Service 1
IMEL, JAMES D.: Social Studies! SAO Representative
INGLE, CARLA JEAN: Business Education, Math-
ematics, Social Studies
INGRAM, ELLA LOUISE: Home Economics
ISBELL, JAMES WILLARD: Mathematics, Science, Soc-
ial Studies! Chess Club 4, History Club 4, Key Club 6,
Cross Country, Senior Council, Chairman Senior Gift
JACKSON, DEBRA L.
JACKSON, JAMES ELIHU: Metal Trades
JACKSON, SYLVIA A.: Business Education! CANNON
JACOBS, CHARLES E.: Social Studies! School Play
JAMES, NORMAN, JR.: Intramural Sports '
JAMES, PHYLLIS DIANE IRUSHI: Business Education,
Home Economics! GAA, High School Red Cross, Service
JETER, JAMES A.: Drafting, Electrical Trades, Social
Studies! Radio Club, Track
JOHNSON, BURL KENT: Metal Trades, Social Stud-
JOHNSON, BRUCE L.: Building Trades! Human Rel-
ations Committee, Lettermenzs Club, Basketball, Track,
JOHNSON, CATHERINE JO: Business Education, Home
Economics, Social Studies, CANNON Weekly Staff, Sch-
JOHNSON, DONNA MARIE: Business Education, Home
Economics, Social Studies
JOHNSON, JAMES E .1 Auto-Aviation, Social Studies
JOHNSON, ROBERT LEE: Printing! Printing Club
JOHNSON, TERRY BRIAN: Mathematics! Constitution
Committee, Honor Roll Sweater, Silver Pin
JOHNSON YVONNE: Social Studies
JONES, DAVID MICHAEL: Mathematics, Science, Soc-
JONES, DENNIS M.
JONES, GENEVA: Foreign Language, Science, Social
Studies! German Club 7, History Club 4, ROTC Spon-
sor, ROTC Color Guard, ROTC Girls Drill Team, Speech
Team, CANNON agent, CANNON Yearbook Staff, SAO
Representative, Exploratory Teachers, Junior-Senior Con-
JONES, ILEAN: Home Economics, Science
JONES, JOHN MICHAEL: Building Trades
JONES, MARTIN: Business Education, Industrial Arts,
Mathematics, Social Studies! Track
JONES, MARY ELLEN: Mathematics, Social Studies!
History Club 2, High School Red Cross 2, Service Club 6,
Cheerleaders, SAO Executive Board, SAO Representative,
JONES, MICHAEL: Business Education,SociaI Studies,!
Concert Band, Dance Band
JONES, MICHAEL LYNN: Foreign Language, Printing!
Pflmlng Club 2, German Club 7, SAO Representative
JONES, ROSALYN MARIE: Home Economics
JONES, ROXIE LOUISE: Mathematics, Science, Social
JONES, SANDRA DIANN: Business Education, Home
JONES, WILLIE F.
JORDAN, JACK LEE: Auto-Aviation! CANNON agent
JORDAN, WALTER GEORGE WILLIAM: Auto-Aviation
IROTC Drill Team
JUNGE, MARSHA BEVERLY: Business Education! D.
E., School Service 3
KASHON, RAYMOND L. IRAYI: Science! Wrestling
KEEN, RICKY A.: Electrical Trades! Track, Wrestling,
KEGERIS, JAMES E. IJIMI: Auto-Aviation, Social Stud-
ies, ROTC Officer, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC Rifle Team
KEHOE, TIMOTHY J. ITIMIZ Printing, Social Studies
KELLY, CYNTHIA J.
KE RN, MELINDA SUE: Business Education, Social
Studies! Service Club 2, SAO Representative, CANNON
KERR, SHIRLEY J.: Business Education, Home Econ-
omics! Intramural Sports,SAO Representative
KIMBALL,WANDA: Business Education,SocialStudies
KINCADE, SHEILA LOUANN: Social Studies! High
School Red Cross
KINCY, ERNEST L.: Aviation, Social Studies! Human
Relations Committee 6, ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC Color
Guard, ROTC Band Guard, SAO Representative, SAO
KINSER, KELLY JAY: Auto-Aviation
KNORR, DONALD L. IDONI: Industrial Arts, Social
Studies! Drama Club 8, Thespians 8, School Play, Concert
Band,Concert Orchestra, Dance Band, Melodayres, Tec-
KNOX, ANTHONY RAYITONYI: Auto-Aviation
KNOX, KENNETH K. IKELVINI: Building Trades, Elec-
trioal Trades, Mathematics, Science! History Club, Radio
Club, Basketball, Speech Team
KURBURSKY, LILIA DELL: Business Education, Home
KYER, JOHN W.: Drafting, Electrical Trades, Mathe-
LA FARA, MARY KATHRYN: Art, Social Studies!
ROTC Sponsor, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC Rifle Team,
ROTC Girls Drill Team, CANNON yearbook Staff, SAO
Representative, CANNON agent
LA FOLLETTE, DANIEL J.: Music
LAMBERT, DIANA: Business Education, Home Econ-
mics, Social Studies! History Club 3
LANE, JEROME SCOTT: Building Trades, Social Stud-
LARKIN, NANCY LYNN: Social Studies, SAO Repre-
LASHBROOK, DARLENE: Business Education, Social
Studies! Y-Teens 1,SAO Representative 1
LASLEY, RODNEY E.: Mathematics, Science, Social
LASWELL, DON LEE: Auto Trades! History Club 2,
Concert Band, Concert Orchestra, Dance Band
LAUBACH, MATTHEW GEORGE IMATTI: Mathe-
matics, Science, Social Studies! Chemistry-Physics Club
LAWRENCE, LINDA ANN: Home Economics, Social
Studies! SAO Representative
LAWRENCE, ROMETTA G.
LEAVELL, DAVID L.: Social Studies! Track, CANNON
LEE, DAVID, JR.: Metal Trades
LEE, JAMES KENNETH: Electrical Trades, Foreign
Language! CANNON agent
LEE, JOSEPH: Building Trades
LERCHS, VALDIS Z.: Drafting, Foreign Language,
LEVELL, DANNIEL E.: IDANNIEI: Art
LEWIS, DAVID L.: Industrial Arts,Social Studies! Foot-
LEWIS, FORREST R.: Art
LEWIS, PAUL LEON: Electrical Trades! Chess Club 3,
Track, Wrestling, Boys Concert Club
LIFORD, CHRISTOPHER A. ICHRISI: Auto-Aviation!
LINGENFELTER, JAMES E. JR.: Drafting,Social Stud-
ies!Senior Class Treasurer
LLOYD, MARSHALL MARION: Building Trades! Cross
Country, Wrestling, School Play, CANNON agent
LONG, DEBORAH: Social Studies! DE, CANNON agent
LONGSHORE, DEBRA ANN IDEBBIEI: Science, Social
LOUDEN, MICHAEL F. IMIKEI: Electrical Trades
LOVE, CAROLJEAN ICAROLI: Business Education,
Social Studies! GAA, Judo, High School Red Cross, Ser-
vice Club, Track, Junior Council, CANNON agent, SAO
LOVE, MARCHELL KAYE: Home Economics, Social
Studies! High School Red Cross, Treasurer of Junior-
Senior Class at James E. Roberts School, Red Cross Dele-
gate, Vice President of Student Body, Historian of Stu-
dent Body, Prom Chairman at Roberts School
LOVE, MONA ANN: Mathematics,Science, Social Stud-
LOWE, WILLIAM JR. IBILLI: Art, Social Studies! Track
LOWER, NORMAN C. INORMI: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Science, Social Studies! Chess Club 3
LOWERY, BOBBY F.: Social Studies
LUELLEN, RONALD L. IRONNIEI: Mathematics, Sci-
ence, Social Studies
LUMPKIN, FRANCES SUE: Business Education, Home
LUNA, LIDIA E.: Home Economics
LUND, HAROLD E.: Foreign Language, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies! ICT Club 2, Drama Club 4, JCL
9, Thespians 6, School Play 4
MACK, LINDA K. Home Economics
MADDEN, CHARLES HOWARD JR.: Science, Social
Studies!ROTC Drill Team, ROTC Color Guard
MAHNESMITH, TIMOTHY LEE: Social Studies
MAHONE, DEBORAH ANN IDEBBIEI: Home Econ-
omics, Social Studies!FTA, History Club, Y-Teens, High
School Red Cross, Prayer Circle, Cheerblock
MALONE, ROSALYN: Science
MANGUS, DEAN S.: Business Education, Science, Social
Studies!lCT Club, Wrestling, Boys Concert Club
MARCUM, ANITA: Foreign Language, Science, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies!Chemistry Club 3, Drama Club 2,
French Club 3, History Club 1, Natural Science Club 1,
CANNON Weekly Staff, SAO Representative, CANNON
agent, Senior Colors Committee
MARSHALL, DANIEL B.: Auto-Aviation, Science
MASON, TERRY JOE: Building Trades
MATTHEWS, DIANA LEE: Business Education, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies, FTA 3, High School Red Cross 2,
Girls Concert Club, CANNON agent, CANNON Weekly
Staff, SAO Representative
MAXEY, KATIE FRANCES IFRANCESI: Art, Business
Education, Mathematics, Social Studies! Senior Messen-
MAXWELL, BEVERLY RUTH: Business Education
Home Economics, Social Studies
MAXWELL, GERALD E.
MAXWELL, LINDA L.: Social Studies
JAMES JR.: Art, Science, Social Studies! Art
IVIAYHEW, WILLIAM E.: Electrical Trades, Social Stud-
MAYS, ALAN DALE: Music, Social Studies! Chess Club
MCANDREWS, DAVID B.: Building Trades, Mathe-
matics! Drama Club 1
IT'S ONLY a snowball fight!
MCCALL, RUSSELL Auto-Aviation, Drafting, Mathe
matics, Science, Social Studies
MCCASKEY, FREDERICK IFREDI Building Trades!
MCCLOUD, IRMA JEAN Home Economics, Matlte
matics, Music, Social Studies
MCCOWAN, JOSEPH, JR. Uurvion Joel An, Auto
Aviation Mathematics, Science, Social Studies! lntra'
mural Sports 2, Cross Country 2, Football I, Track 2,
SAO Representative 2
MCCREARY, MICHAEL J IMIKEI Social Studies,
MCCULLOUGH, DOROTHY LORAINE Art, Soctal
MCCURN, STEVE Building Trades, Science
MCDANIEL D. MARTIN Mathematics, Music, Social
Studies! Chess Club 4, Key Club 4, School Play, Concert
Orchestra, Dance Band, CANNON Weekly Stall, SAO Re-
presentative, Exploratory Teachers, Concert Band, CAN-
MCFARLAND, JAMES IJIMI. Electrrml Trades
MCGHEE, CATHERINE ICATHYIL Business Educztton!
GAA 2, Track
MCMAHON, MARY G.. Home EconomrcS!DE I
MCPHERSON, JANE ALLYNI Social Studies! Drama
Club 2, History Club I, Bell Choir Concert Band, Girls
Concert Club, SAO Representative
MEANS, DANNY ELMER IBUTCHIEI' Metal Trades,
MEANS, LARRY: Drafting, Social Studies
MEDLEY, BARBARA FAYE IBARBI1 Foreign Lange
uage, Social Studies! SAO Representative
MENTIS, CYNTHIA ELAINE ICINDYI: S0ciaI Studies!
FTA 2, High School Red Cross 2, ROTC Girls Drill Team,
Girls Concert Club, Malorette Corps, Techoir, SAO Exe-
cutive Board, Senior Council, Commencement Committee
MERRIWEATHERJACKIE S, Building Trades
MERRIWEATHER, PATRICIA K. IPATTYIi Home
Economics, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies! Tennis,
MESSENGER, MICHAEL BRENT: Auto-Aviation, Math-
MICHAEL, ELIZABETH LAVERNE ILIBBII: Art,Mus-
ic, Social Studies! Music Club 4, High School Red Cross 4,
Service Club 8, Cheerleaders, Girls Concert Club, Girls
Ensemble, Techoir, SAO Executive Board
MILES, TERRY: Building Trades
MILLER, CYNTHIA LOU: Business Education, Social
Studies! Prayer Circle 7, Cheerblock 2, CANNON Weekly
Staff 1, SAO Representative 2, Senior Cap and Gown
MILLER, DEBORAH E.: Music, Social Studies! FTA 2,
Music Club 2, Girls Concert Club, Girls Ensemble, Techoir
MILLER, ROWENA: Home Economics
MILLS, GAIL MAVIS Art, Business Erlucation, Social
Studwsl CANNON agent
MINDACH, DONALD MAIIIIICI IIJONI Social Stud
res! History Club I, Pltotoqraplty Club 3, School Play
IVIINOACH, FRIEOA J Torvtqrt Lartqtiaqr:,! Social Stud
res! High School Red Cross, Sl'tvrci- Club, CItI'tflIt'.l1If'fS,
Gtrls Concert Club, Glrls Enserttblo-, Tr-choir, CANNON
agent, SAO Executive Board, Senior Colors Corttrttittr-v
MINOR, JO LYNN Business Education, Social Studn-s!
MINTON, BARBARA L, Home Economics
MOFFATT, STEVEN M, Foreign Language, Matltertta
tics, Social Studies! Spanish Club, CANNON agent
MONTGOMERY, CARRIE ANN Business EKIUCIJIIUII,
Home Economics! Girls Track
MONTGOMERY, FRANCES ANNE Home Ecvnonttcs
!ICT Club! CANNON agent, School Service
MOORE, ANITA L.' Home Ecortonttcs
MOORE, DOUGLAS A. IDOUGI Drafting! ICT Club,
Boys Concert Club, Techoir, CANNON agent
MOORE, THOMAS W., Drafting, Metal Trades
MOORE, WILLIAM L. Building Trades, Social Studies
MOORE, WILBE RT D, Foreign Language, Mathematics!
MORALEZ, THOMAS J. CANNON agent
MORGAN, BRENDA L. Art, Home Economics! Girls
Track, CANNON agent
MORSE, PAUL S.. Electrical Trades, Social Studies!
Radio Club, Concert Band, Techoir
MOSES, DEBORAH IDE BBIEI: Art, Business Education,
MOSLEY, IRA: Social Studies
MURRAY, LARRY R.: Building Trades
MYERS, FREDDY J,: Auto-Aviatron,Social Studies
MYLES, KEITH M.1 Auto-Aviation! Football, Wrestling,
ROTC Officers, CANNON agent
NEAL, ELAINE LOUISE Home Economics, Science,
NEWSOM, DIANA JEAN AUDREY Business Education
NICHOLS, DENNIS: Art, Drafting, Social Studies!lCT
NICHOLSON,CHARLOTTE ELAINE Home Economics
NOLAND, JAMES E.: Art!Drama Club, History Club,
Thesprans, School Play, CANNON Weekly Staff, CANNON
agent, Boys Concert Club, SAO Representative
NOLLE R, FRED O.: Electrical Trades
NORWOOD, HAROLD DWIGHT: Aut0-AvtatrOn!Let-
termen's Club, Football, Track
NUNLEY, VICKI LYNNE: Business Education, Social
OAKLEY, BRUCE: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!
Human Relations Committee, Melodayres, Techoir, SAO
Representative, Senior Council, Senior Vespers Committee
OAKLEY, GREGORY LEWIS: Printing, Social Studies
OFFENBAKER. ROBERT D. IBobl. Auto'Aviation,
Social StutlrUS!ROTC Orill Ttfarrt, ROTC Hand fmarrl,
OFFUT, GARY U
O'HARA, MICHAEL O IOBAI Art, Sotial Sturlnfs
Art Club, Football
OLE R, STEVEN ROBERT Auto Aviation
OLIVER, J D, JR Drafting, Maths-rriatics'Human Hula
tions Cornrnrttrftr, Intramural Sports, Key Club, L.I'IIl.'I
mans Club, Bell Choir, Baskl-tball, Football, Track,
Wrestling, Junior Council, Boys Concert Club, Ti-tnurr,
Speech Team, SAO Executive Board, SAO Rr-pri-sr-ritatlvr,-,
O'NElL, MARLENA OONOVA Social Stutlitfs'Mu-.ir
Club 2, Natural Science Club 2. Spanish Club 'l,Concert
Orchestra, SAO Representative
O'NElLL, PEGGY LEE ArtlChrfss Club, French Club,
OWENS, GLORIA J Home Econorrucs, Science, Sol tal
Studies!Hustory Club 1, Prayer Circle
OWSLEY, MILTON E, JR Auto Aviation, Matherrta-
PAGE, REBECCA J IBECKYI Business Education,
Home Economrcs!CANNON agent
PALMER, LONNIE E
PARKER ZINA L. Business Education, Home Econo
PARRISH, DENYSE K. Business Education, Home Eco
PARRISH, DONNA MARIE Music!GAA 2, Bell Choir,
Concert Band, Concert Orchestra, Girls COnc6rtCluIJ
PATTON, ANNIE C Business Education
PERDUE, GARY PHILLIP Social Studtes'ROTC Drill
Team, ROTC Band Guard, Boys Concert Club
PERDUE, RUTHANN M.
PERKINS, DARRYL WAYNE Mathematics, Science
PERKINS, JEROME ANDREW Building Trades.i'CAN'
PERKINS, PATRICIA Mathemattcsv'CANNON agent
PETERS, STEPHEN A, ISTEVEI Mathematics, Social
PETREE, BARTON LEWIS IBARTI Drafting, Electri-
cal Trades, Social Studiesll-listory Club 1, Judo, Key Club
2, Letterman's Club, NFL, High School Red Cross 1,
Service Club 1, Baseball, Basketball, Football, School
Play, Boys Concert Club, Techoir, SAO Representative,
PETTIGREW, JAMES DOUGLAS IDOLJGI Building
Trades!SchooI Play, Boys Concert Club, CANNON agent
PHILLIPS, FLORENCE REGINA Business Education
PHILLIPS, MICHAEL J.1 Art!High School Red Crossl
PHILLIPS, ROSEMARY, Art, Social StudleS!CANNON
PHOENIX, MORRIS S. Auto-Aviation
"THAT'S WHAT YOU GET!" Betty Garten seems to be saying as she "takes care" of Gwenann Taylor.
PILLOW, ORATHA Printing
PLANK, ROBERT J Auto-Aviation
PLATT, ROBERT L Foreign Language, Mathematics,
Social Studies'Cross Country, Track
PLUMMER, ROBERT G Social Studies!Baseball, Bas-
kt'lb.ill-rnana er 4, Concert Band, Junior-Senior Convoca-
POLSON, BRUCE H Social Studies!Tech0ir
POPE, DENNIS R
PORTER, PAMELA D Business Education, Home
POWELL, GEORGE L Auto-Aviation, Mathematics,
Svcial SILIOISSICANNON agent
POWELL, MARY Business Education, Home Economics
POWELL, ROBERT H. Art, Mathematics, Science,
Social SILlCil6SfB8Sk9Ib8ll, Track
POWER, CYNTHIA KAY ICINDYI Business Education,
Home Economics, Social Studies
PREWITT, ELIZABETH M. Business Education,
PRICE, DARRELL FLOYD Business Education, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies'CANNON agent, SAO Representa-
PRICE, MICHAEL, Social StudIes!DE 2: Basketball,
CANNON agent, SAO Representative
PRICE, SAMUEL ISAMI Mathematics, Music, Social
Studiesll-luman Relations Committee, Golf, Junior Coun-
cil, Boys Octette, Techoir, SAO Executive Board
PRICE, WILLA MAE, Business Education, Home Econo-
mics, Social Studies!GAA Y-Teens, Cheerblock, Junior
Council, CANNON agent, SAO Representative, Prom
Committee, House Plan Committee
OUACKENBUSH, DAVID W, Social Studies
OUACKENBUSH, LARRY: Auto-Aviation, Drafting
REEDY, MARLENE A. Business Education, Home
Economics, Science, Social Studies
REEVES, RICHARD Mathematics, Metal Trades, Social
RENTSCH, DEBRA IDEBII: Business Education, Social
REYNOLDS, KEITH Social Studies!Basketball, Boys
RHODES, BARBARA JEAN Business Education, Home
Economics, Social Studies
RICHARDS, JOY' Music Concert Orchestra, Girls Con-
cert Club, Melodayres, Techoir, SAO Representative
RICHARDSON, DONALD F.: Printing
RICHARDSON, VINCE L.
RICKETTS, DAVID F.
RIDDE LL, DONNA J.: Foreign Language, Mathematics,
Music, Social Studies!Track, Junior Council, Concert
Band, Concert Orchestra, Girls Concert Club, Techoir,
CANNON agent, SAO Representative
RIEWER, RICK S.
RILEY, WALTER L. Electrical Trades, Mathematics,
ROBERSON, GLENDA A5 Business Education, Social
ROBERTS, JEFFERSON. Building Trades!High School
ROBINSON, HUBERT, JR. Building Trades, Social
ROBINSON, MAE FRANCIS Home Economics, Busi-
ness Education!SAO Representative
RONEY, FREDERICK Social Studies
ROOTS, PAMELA A: Mathematics, Science, Social
Studies!Senior Colors Committee
ROSS, KAREN Social Studies
ROSSMAN, MIKE Building Trades, Science
ROUSE, DEBRA ANN IDEBBIEIt Business Educa-
tion, Mathematics, History Club, School Service, ROTC
Sponsors, ROTC Girls Drill Team, Cannon Yearbook
Staff, SAO Representatives
RUSH, ANTHONY LARRY: Art, Metal Trades
RUSH, JOE MORELAND ANTHONY
RUSSELL, B. KAYE. Home Economics, Social Studies
RUSSELL, GREGORY' Auto-Aviation, Social Studies
RUTLEDGE, ROBERT: Drafting, Building Trades,
Metal Trades, Social Studies
SAN DE RS, DEBORAH: Business Education, Home
SANDERS, MARTHA D.: Home Economics
SANDS, MAUREEN K.: Social Studies
SANFORD, DEBORAH: Business EducationllCT Club,
SANFORD, KAREN KAY: Mathematics, Music, Social
Studies!FTA, Concert Orchestra, Girls Concert Club, Con-
SATKAMP, ELLA JO: Home Economics, Social Studies
SATKAMP, JACK G.: Mathematics, Social Studies, Auto
SAUNDE RS, THOMAS C.
SCOTT, BRENDA A.: Home Economics, GAA
SCOTT, DEBORAH A. lDebbieI. Social Studies
SCOTT, FRANCIS E. IMouseyI: Metal Trades, Social
PHILLIP DUANE IPhill1 Metal Trades, Social
,Chess Club, Judo
RONALD: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies
RONALD E.: Art, Mathematics, Social Studies
SEBREE,BETTY: Business Education, Home Economics,
Science, Social Studies
SENTENEY, DANA L.: Foreign Language, Mathematics,
SHAW, CAROLYN J.
EMMA JEAN McCLOUD: Home Economics,
Mathematics, Music, Social Studies
SHEPHERD, EDWARD RAY IEddieI: Art, Photography
SHOOK, VIVIAN L.
ma Club, School Play, ROTC Sponsor, ROTC Officer
ROTC Girls Drill Team, ROTC Girls Rifle Team, Judo
SILAS, RUTH ANN: Home Economics
SlMMONS,WlLMA L. lSnookieI: Business Education,So-
SIMPSON, ROLAND: Building Trades
SIMS, DORRIS MAE
SKE LE, ANNA
SKIPPER, CALVIN: Electrical Trades, Science, Social
SKUDROVSKIS, RICHARD IRickI1 Business Education,
Social Studies, Chess Club 2
SLAYTON, MICHAEL A.
SLUDER, LARRY J.
SMITH, CYNTHIA ANN: Business Education, Home
SMITH, HOUSTON lBearl: Foreign Language, Sci-
ence, Social Studies, German Club, Key Club
SMITH, KAREN M.: Home Economics, Social Studies
SMITH, KERRI KIMBERLY lKimI: Home Econo-
mics, Social Studies
SMITH, MICHAEL D.
SMITH, PATRICIA ALICE: Business Education, Home
SMITH, PHYLLIS B.: Home Economics, Science
SMITH, ROSA L.: Home Economics, Social Studies
SNORDEN, MICHAEL L.: Electrical Trades
SPEARS, PEGGY ANN: Home Economics, Art Club
SPEED, DIANE: Business Education
SPENCE, SANDRA E. ISANDIEI: Foreign Language,
Social Studies!FTA, School Service, Girl's Concert Club,
Majorette Corps IHeadl, SAO Executive Board, Explora-
tory Teachers, Senior Council, Senior Commencement
STANFIELD, MICHAEL J.: Business Education, Draft-
ing, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social StudieslChemistry-
PhysiCS Club 2, Lettermen's Club 4, Key Club 8, Football
Track, Wrestling, Boys Octette, Techoir, SAO Executive
Board, SAO Representative
STANTON, PAUL, Jr.
STEVENS, JAMES DANIEL IJIMI: Auto-Aviation, School
STEVENSON DENNIS L.
STEWART, BARBARA JEAN: Home Economics!Y-
STEWART, CHARLES E.
STEWART, DONALD R. IUNCLE DUCKI: Auto-
STEWART, GEORGIA A.
STIGLER, OLGA ELIZABETH ILlZIi Business Educa-
tion, Social StudieslJudo, SAO Representative
STRONG, LINDA: Business Education, Home Economics
SULTZER, CRYSTAL JENISE: Business Education,
SUMME RS, EMMA JEAN Art, Social Studies
ZUETON, BARBARA ALICE: Home Economics, Social
Social studiesfchess Club, Photography Club, Concert SHREVE. WANDA SUE ISL-Sielr Business Education.
gand Home Economics
ROARKV MICHAEL RAY- Socgaigtudms SIEFERT, GERALDINE S.: Business Education, Dra-
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CAUGHT AT LAST! Don Whitecotton catches the camera catching him at Mardi Gras.
JENNY TAUBE, Bruce Oakley, Linda Clem and Ron White assemble senior ribbons for the Colors Committee.
SWAN, RICHARD JAY' Foreign Language, Social Stu-
dies!Human Relations Committee 3. Photography Club 2,
Ouill and Scroll 2, Tennis, CANNON Weekly Staff, SAO
TACKETT, KAREN ISUSIEI. Business Education, Sci-
ence, Social Studies!Y-Teens 3, German Club 1
TAUBE, JENNIFER ANN' Foreign Language, Math-
ematics, Social Studies!French Club 4, Gymnastics 4, Con-
cert Orchestra, CANNON agent, Senior Prom Committee,
Senior Colors Committee
TAYLOR, DONNA LOUISE: Business Education!SAO
TAYLOR, DONNA SUE Foreign Language, Science, So-
cial Studies!Drama Club 6, History Club 2, JCL 6, Natural
Science Club 2, Thespians 4, School Play, Speech Team,
CANNON Weekly Staff, CANNON agent, SAO Represent-
TAYLOR, GWENANN: Foreign Language, Mathematics,
Music, Science, Social Studies!FTA 2, Spanish Club 4, Li-
brary Assistant 7, Girl's Concert Club, Exploratory
TAYLOR, SAMUEL I.: Building Trades!Concert Band,
TERRY, DENNIS: Social Studies!CANNON agent
THACKER, MARGARET ROSE: Business Education,
THOMAS, JAMES W.
THOMAS, JESSEE: Building Trades
THOMAS, LOIS MARIE: Home Economics
THOMAS, ROBERT: Art, Auto-Aviation
THOMPSON, CYNTHIA MARIE ICINDYI: Home Eco-
nomics, Social Studies, CANNON agent
THOMPSON, JANE F.
THOMPSON, MARY ANN, Science, Social Studies!
History Club 4, JCL 2, NFL 5, Photography Club,
School Service, ROTC Officers, ROTC Sponsors, ROTC
Color Guard, ROTC GirI's Drill Team, Debate Team,
Speech Team, CANNON Yearbook Staff, SAO Repre-
sentative, SAO Executive Board, Exploratory Teachers,
CANNON agent, Principals Advisory Committee
THOMPSON, RONALD ROSS IRONI: Business Edu-
cation, Social Studies!Key Club 4, Bov's Concert Club,
SAO Executive Board, Senior Vespers Committee
TIPTON, LYNDAL J.: Electrical Trades!Football
TOLIVER, CHERYL ELAINE ICHERII: Art, Home
Economics, Social Studies
TOLIVER, DARLENE DENISE Business Education,
Home Economics. Social Studies
TRACY, RUSSELL G, Auto-Aviation, Mathematics!
TRENT, ROBERT K: Industrial Arts, Social Stu-
TRIMBLE, KARL N. Mathematics. Science. Social
Studies!History Club 4, SAO Representative
TROTTER, CHARLES EDWARD: Auto-Aviation
TURNER, BERTA MAE: Home Economics
TURNER, CONSTANCE McKEE
TURNER, DENNIS L.: Auto-Aviation
TURNER, LARRY E.
TURNER, PAUL A. IPATI. Social Studies!Drama Club 4:
NFL 2, Thespians 3, Tennis, ROTC Drill Team 2, ROTC
Rifle Team 4
TURNER, STEPHEN D Foundry
TWITTY, SHERYL D.: Home Economics
VANCLEAVE, SHARON LYNN. Home Economics,
VANDERMARK, JOHN. Printing, ICT Club
VANSICKLES, SYLVIA JUNE: Home Economics, So
cial Studies!SAO Representatives
VARNADO, ELLIOTT Business Education, Mathematics,
Social Studies!Lettermen's Club. Intramural Sports, Cross
Country, Football, Track, Wrestling, School Play, Boys
Concert Club, Techoir, SAO Representative
VENEY, DAVID: Electrical Trades, Mathematics, Social
Studies!ChessClub, ICT Club, Football, ROTC Drill Team,
VERNARDO, JANICE MARIE: Home Economics!GAA,
Y-Teens, CANNON agent, SAO Representatives
VIA, JACOUELINE MARIE IJACKIEI: Business Educa-
tion, Home Economics, CANNON agent
VITTETOW, ME LODY: Business Education, Home Eco-
nomics, Science, Social Studies
WADE, ANIKER: Social Studies!ICT Club, GAA, History
Club, Service Club, ROTC Sponsors, ROTC Girls Rifle
Team, ROTC Color Guard, ROTC Girls Drill Team, SAO
WAGERS, DOUGLAS R, lDOUGIi Building Trades!
WAGNER, ANTHONY RICHARD: Industrial Arts, So-
WAGNER, KATHLEEN GRACE: Home Economics, So-
cial Studies!GAA, CANNON agent
WALLACE, JERRY LEE: Printing, Physical Education!
Chess Club, Baseball, SAO Representative
WALLlCK,JANlNE E.: Foreign Language,SociaI Studies!
Human Relations Committee, School Service, Concert
Band, Concert Orchestra, SAO Representatives, Explora-
WALLICK, JEANETTE E.
WAND, BARRY lClass of 197OI
WARD, DEBORAH LYNN: Business Education, Home
WARD, LARRY R.: Auto-Aviation, Science, Social Stu-
dies!Human Relations Committee, Intramural Sports, Let-
termen's Club, Baseball, Basketball, Football, ROTC Offi-
cers, SAO Representatives
WARDWELL, RICKY' Printing, Social Studies!Printing
WASHINGTON, BEVERLEY YVONNE: Business Edt--
cation!Girls Concert Club. Melodayres, Techoir,
WASHINGTON, BRENDA S.: Business Education, Math-
ematics, Science, Social Studies!GAA, History Club, SAO
WASHINGTON, CYNTHIA D.: Business Education,
Home Economics!GAA, High School Red Cross Club,
CANNON agent, SAO Representatives
WASHINGTON, DENNIS JAMES' Electrical Trades!
WASHINGTON, HERMAN, Auto-Aviation
WASHINGTON, KATHERINE L, IKATHYI, Business
Education, Home Economics, Social Studies
WATKINS, CORSELL R5 Building Trades
WATSON, MARIAN Cy Home Economics
WATTS, CLEMENT E Foreign Language, Social Stu-
dies!Chess Club, NFL, Photography Club, Radio Club,
ROTC Officers, ROTC Band Guard, School Play, Speech
Team, CANNON Yearbook Staff, CANNON agent
WATTS. STEPHEN P. ISTEVEI. Business Education, So-
cial Studies!DE, Key Club, Cross Country, Basketball,
Track, Boys Concert Club, SAO Representative, Senior
WAYMAN, HENRY Auto-Aviation, Science, Social
WEAVER, PAULETTE Home Economics, Science, So-
WEBB, MARY L. Home Economics, Social Studies!SAO
WEBB, RAYMOND R.. Mathematics, Metal Trades
WEBSTER, ANTHONY M. Social Studies
WEEKS, NEWELL D. Printing
WELLS, AARON Auto-AviationlSAO Representatives
wulre, ALAN G.
WHITE, RONALD E Social Studies!History Club, Ser-
vice Club, Boys Concert Club, Speech Team, SAO Execu-
WHITECOTTON, DONALD Lg Social Studies!History
Club, Intramural Sports, Photography Club, Ouill and
Scroll, Techoir, Speech Team, CANNON Weekly Staff,
WHOBREY, JOHN EVERETT: Building Trades, Drafting,
Chess Club, Judo, Service Club, Boys State, Wrestling,
SAO Representatives, CANNON agent
WILDRICK, EDWA'RD ALLEN IEDDIEI Social Studies'
SAO Representatives, CANNON agent
WILEY, CHARLES L.. Social Studies!ROTC Band Guard
WILKERSON, BEN LEE
WILLIAMS, BARBARA N.: Business Education, Home
WILLIAMS, CRAIG S.r Social Studies
WI LLIAMS, LINDA D.: Business Education, Social Studies
WILLIAMS, LINDA Kg BusinessEducation!Spanish Club,
Girls Track, CANNON agent
WILLIAMS, MARION Social Studies, Commercial Foods
WILLIAMS, MILTON. Metal Trades!Intramural Sports,
WILLIAMS, NEITA WALDO
WILLIAMS, SYLVESTER' Social Studies
WILSON, ANTONIE ITONIEI Home Economics, Music
School Service, Concert Orchestra
WILSON, CHRISTINA LOUISE ICHRISI Business Edu-
cation, Home Economics, Social Studies!Chess Club, His-
tory Club, Service Club, XYZ Club, ROTC Girls Drill
Team, SAO Representative
WILSON, JAMES IJIMI Drafting, Social Studies
WI LSON, MARY ELIZABETH Business Education, Home
WILSON, PAUL GREGORY. Mathematics, Science, So-
cial Studies!Lettermen's Club, Baseball, Basketball, Foot-
ball, Boys Concert Club, Boys Octette, Techoir, SAO Exec-
utive Board, SAO Representatives, Senior Council, Prom
WINGO, SHIRLEY R, Home Economics!SchooI Play
WINKLE, BARBARA FAYE Social Studies
WISDOM, JOHN P Social StudieslHistory Club
WISEMAN, DAVID H. Social Studies
WONG, TERRI Business Education, Social Studies
Drama Club, Natural Science Club, ROTC Sponsors,
ROTC Drill Team, ROTC Rifle Team, Junior Council,
School Play, CANNON agent, SAO Representative, Senior
Class Council. Senior Gilt Committee, Principals Ad-
visory Committee, House Plan Committee
WOOD, DENNIS Mathematics Social Studies Chess Club,
WOODS, PATRICIA JUNE IPATII Home Economics,
Social Studies!Music Club 2, High School Red Cross I,
Service Club 1, Y-Teens 4, Cheerblock 4, Girls Concert
Club Techoir, SAO Representative, Senior Cap and Gown
WRIGHT, BEVERLY JEAN Business Education, Home
WRIGHT, DARRELL EUGENE Mathematics, Science,
Social StudiesiCANNON agent
WRIGHT, PATRICK Foreign Language, Social Studies-
Boys Concert Club
YARBROUGH, ALLEN Building Trades
YATES, MARIAN. Business Education
YATES, PEGGY ANN Business Education
YOUNG, GARY R Auto-Aviation
ZOOK, RONALD O Auto-Aviation
Art 68,91 ,98
Art Club 36
Athletics Director 83
Barn Project 93
Bellamy, Francis Award recipient
Bell Choir 25,27,29,103
Boys Concert Club 26,107
Boys Drill Team 39
Boys Physical Education 79
Boys Rifle Team 39
Building Trades 13,92,77
Burt Memorial Bell Choir 25,27,
Business Education 72,90
Cafeteria Staff 87
Cannon Dance 10
Cannon Weekly 42,96
Cannon Yearbook 43,96
Career Day 10
Chemistry-Physics Club 37,99
Chess Club 37 ,99
Concert Band 28,104
Cross Country 51
Debate Team 18,97
Distributive Education 38,83,95
Diversified Occupational Training
Driver Education 79
Electrical Trades 76,93
Evening School Office Staff 87
Exercise in Knowledge Team 94
Exploratory Teaching 38,94
Foreign Language 88
French Club 30,100
Future Teachers of America 38,
German Club 100
Girls Concert Club 11,26,107
Girls Drill Team 39,110
Girls Ensemble 27,107
Girls' Physical Education 79
Girls Gymnastics 34,111
Health, Physicz-xl Education 90
High point yearbook agents 158
History Club 33,102
Home Coming Oueen 119
Home Economics 73,90
Honor Day 10
Human Relations 33,101
Intramural Bowling 37
Industrial Cooperative Training
Junior Honor Students 95
JuniorSenior Convomtion 15
Key Club 10,34,108
Latin Club 30,100
Lettermen's Club 34,35,108
Library Assistants 102
lvlajorettes 40,41 ,1 08
Marching Band 28
Mardi Gras 10,24,125
Metal Trades 75,92
Military Ball 10
Monument Circle 28
Moon is Down 19,20
National Forensic League 18,97
Office Staff 86
Open House 11,27
Photography Club 13,22,98
Physical Science 71,89
Pops Concert 28
Prayer Circle 31
Printing Club 36,99
Ouill and Scroll 96
Radio Club 99
Red Cross Club 33,102
Sadie Hawkins 132,1 33,134,135
Sao Executive Board 101
Science Seminar 94
Security Force 87
Senior Council 115
Senior Honor Sweater recipients
Senior Officers 114
Senior Roster 132-139
Senior Sponsors 114
Service Club 32,101
Social Service 86
Social Studies 12,64,65,88
Sophomore Honor Students 95
Spanish Club 30,100
Special Education Director 83
Speech Team 18,97
Spring Music Concert 28
Stage Band 103
Stagecraft Crew 98
String Ensemble 29,103
Student Affairs Oranization 30,31
Symphonic Band 28,29,104,105
Thespia ns 19,98
Visual Education Director 83
Adams, Mrs. Annabelle so
Alexander, Mrs. Adamay 91
Allee, Mrs. Verda 86
Allen, Clifford 92
Allen, Gaylord 83
Allen, Louis 89
Allen, Richard 84
Alyne, Mrs. Elsie 87
Amend, Mrs. Patricia 90
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Sectionals were rough 'n tough but Titans got 'em down: that is the Panthers, Knights, and Continentals. "Sorry
George," was a word of appreciation, says cartoonist John Hurst.
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Andrews, Mrs. Florence 87
Armel, Clyde S. 91
Armel, Mrs. Dorothy 86
Armour, Mrs. Mattie 87
Aydt, Charles 37
Ayres, Mrs. Edna 86
Backmeyer, Joseph 91,104,105
Bales, Mrs. Eileen 87
Barnes, Thomas 90
Barnett, Deborah 90
Barrett, Mrs. Audrey 98
Bayless, Kenneth 85
Beall, Howard E. 92
Bedell, Mrs. Mary 8.88
Behlmer, Reuben 90
Belding, Robert 82
Belding, Steven 144
Bell, Carlos 90
Berger, William 92
Bettis, Susan 19,93,98
Billington, Floyd M. 91
Blankenhorn, Dwayne 84
Borshoff, James 85
Bowers, Melvin 48,90
Bradford, Jack 55,83,90
Bradshaw, Mrs. Martha 65,88
Carson, Lloyd 87
Cassell, Mrs. Virginia 88
Catt, Howard 52,55,90
Cauble, Herschel 92,98
Cauble, Mrs. Virginia 86
Cecil, Mike 90
Chapman, Mrs. Polly 35,90
Clapp, David 88,100
Clapp, Mrs. Margaret 88
Clark, Mrs. Cheryl 88
Clearwater, Mrs. Argie 87
Cline, Ernie 47,5534
Cody, Mrs. Wyolene 90
Colley, SFC Edde 93
Collins, Robert 89
Coffee, Mrs. Norma 87
Commons, Patricia 88,102
Comstock, Mrs. Diane 88
Come, Audrey 89
Cox, Mrs. Florence 86
Creasser, Mrs. Louise 86
Crisler, Fred 87
Curtis, Mrs. Bessie 87
Coverstone, Mrs. Mary 87
Craig, Mrs. Frances 86
THE MOMENT OF VICTORY: SECTIONAL CHAMPS-FRONT ROW:
Jim Gilbert, Bruce Johnson, Paul Wilson, SECOND ROW: Gary Spradlin,
Larry Ward, Charlie Battle, Tony Geralds, Bob Powell. THIRD ROW: Bob
Plummer, Vincent Killibrew, Arthur Johnson, Harvey Brooks, Mike Harris,
Brown, Mrs. Joan 88
Browne, Raymond 69,91 ,92,98
Brindle, Mrs. Joy 90
Brinker, Norman 75
Brodhecker, Mrs. Betty 85,90
Brown, Mrs. Joan 102
Bulthaup, Robert 93
Caldwell, Mrs. Pauline 89
Camplese, Daniel 90
Carbone, Dean 53B8,108
Carlock, Mr. Mahlon 84,90
Carpenter, Mrs. Esther 87
Carpenter, Mrs. Ivory 87
Crooke, Robert 92
Daily, Donald 85
Danheiser, Tom 88
Davis, J. Walter 88
Davis, Turpin 90
Davis, Zoearline 84
Davison, Mrs. Karen 90
Dawson, MSG Thomas 93
Dearing, Mrs. Barbra 84
Debbs, Mrs. Agnes 87
Deem, Harold 9
Dininger, Walter 49
Dinkins, Mrs. Mattie 87
Dougherty, Dale 93
Durham, Mrs. Wilma 86
Dykeman, Richard 89
Eads, Elizabeth Ellen 33,88
Elliot, Harold 91
Elliot, Mrs. Jessie 87
Eulers, Forrest 87
Evans, Mrs. Erma 89
Farley, John 89
Fields, Mrs. Jeannette 86
Fine, Mrs. Serine 66,88,100
Fogelman, Mrs. Joan 87
Ford, Robert F.88
Fowler, Mrs. Fannie 86
Fraker, Alice 88
Frye, Lois 90
Garrett, Mrs. Majorie 88
Gascho, Martha 88
George, David 90
Gibson, Mrs. M.Annie 87
Gilliland, J. Kenneth 93
Gira, Richard 91
Gruner, Wilbert lFritzl 9,87
Goodrum, Mrs. Alice C. 88,97
Guess, Mrs. Mercedes 89
Hahn, Mrs. Margaret 88
Halcomb, Harriett 87
Hale, Hester 88
Hallagan, Harvey 88
Hamer, Mrs. Sarah F. 84,101
Hamilton, Mrs. Judith 85
Hamilton, Marian 91
Hardiman, Emmett 63,88
Harding, Mrs. Beatrice 35,90
Hardy, Marguerite 90
Harper, Mrs. Edna 87
Harry, Charles 84
Harvey, Mrs. Helen 86
Henderson, Oral 92
Hill, John 75
Hill, Mrs. Odessa 90
Hinshaw, Herman T. 82
Holmes, Ernest 83,94
Hoke, Ronald 90
Hoffman, Mrs. Mary 87
Hon, David 89
Howard, Garlan 89
Hubble, Leroy 93
Huff, Mrs. Gwendolyn 86
Hunt, Mrs. Judy 89
Hurrle, John 52,58,84
Hutchinson, Mrs. Nildred 87
Hyatt, Mrs. Caroline 86
Hylton, Charles H. 77,92
lnsley, Gertrude 88
Jackson, Burney 91
Jackson, Mrs. Virginia 90
Jaus, Mrs. Florence 87
Johnson, William 89
Jones, Bernice 88,96
Jones, Mrs.Sandra 90
Kanouse, John 88
Kirsch, Arthur 86
Keller, J. Fred 91,92
Klein, Mrs. Lola 87
Klier, Mrs. Lillian 87
Kocher, Charles 93
Kohut, M. Eileen 88
Konkle, Robert 64
Koontz, John 49,52,90
Kothe, Mrs. Judy 88
Kreft, Hilda 90
Kuck, Keith 90
Lane, Mrs. Tellous 87
Lagadon, Mrs. Maria 88
Lanslotz, Mrs. Mildred 87
Lee, Mrs. Barbra 65
Lehman, Kirby 88
Leverenz, Rowland 85
Lewis, John A. 88
Litiskas, Mrs. Authurine 90
Littel, Patricia 86
Lloyd, Robert 87
Longshore, Mrs. Howard 145
Longshore, Howard 10,82,145
Longshore, Howard Sr. 145
Lopassa, Paula K.
Lovelace, Clifton 92
Lundgren, Mrs. Shirley 85,90
McAfee, Mrs. Mildred 84
McBride, Judith 32,88,101
McCutcheon, Mrs. Marjorie 83,90
McDowell, Edward 57,90
McGeath, Bruce 48,49,51,88
McNanny, Fred 88
Mack,George Jr. 92
Maley, Edna 90
Malone, Dan S. 92
Maloy, Robert 88,98
Manka, Mrs. Mary Lou 90
Marshall, Lewis 83
Marthin, Mary Jane 88,111
Martin, Ellen 90
Martin, George 87
Maxwell, Mrs. Patricia 88
May, James 89,99
Meditch, Carl 47
Melvin, lVlrs. Mary 87
Mendel, Mrs. J. Loesje 27,91,106
Merrill, Mrs. Laura 87
Meyer, E. Robert 88
Minks, Stanley 18,21 ,88
Miskuf, Mrs.Sheila 90
Montgomery, Mrs. Gene 86,94
Moon, Mrs.Wanda 86
Moon, William 24,91,106
Moore, Mrs. Marian 90
Moreman, Ivan 47,90
Morse, R. William 88
Murphy, Wesley 88,94
Nelms, Thomas 87
Nobles, Ron 29,91 ,103,104
Ohmit, Mrs. Gwen 90
Orth, Robert 89
Oscarson, Paul 92
Parsley, Mrs. Esta 87
Palma, Robert 92
Parker, Mrs. Majorie 90
Parrett, Mrs. Sharon 84,90
Parrett, Shirley 34,90
Patterson, Mrs. Jacqueline 86
Pence, J. Lewis 92
Peterson, William 83,90,95
Pentecost, Mrs. Mary 87
Phemister, Lorena 91
Phillips, R. Mike 88
Porter, Mrs.Sara 85
Potter, Mrs. Margarette 87
Potter, Wallace 83
Poole, Mrs. Bernadine 86
Puckett, Kenneth 82
Ouillen, Phillip 46
Rady, Mrs. Ruth 87
Rai, Mrs. Jatinder 88
Ransom, Mrs. Natalie 90
Ray, Mrs. Carolyn 86
Ray, Mrs. Gertrude 87
Reed, Ray 84,145
Rhodes, lrene 88
Richardson, Mrs. Mary 87
Robards, Mrs. Elsie 86
Robbins, Mrs. Gloria 86
Roberts, E. Craig 88
Robinson, Smith 91
Rodewald, Norma 86
Rodriques, Mrs. Ermalene 86
Rose, Carrol 90
Rowland, Mrs. Betty 86
Rowls, Mike 88
Russell, Mrs. Gertrude 86
Scahill, Ed 37
Schmalz, Mrs. Patricia 88,100
Schnakenberg, Mrs. Florence 88
Schneider, E. Karl 31 ,88,101
Schneider, Mrs. Louise 86,91
Shannon, Mrs. Ruth 89
Shattuck, Mrs. Judith 86
Shock, Richard 84
Sims, Mrs. Donna 90
Sims, Mrs. Rosa 87
Sipole, Mrs. Betty 87
Skomp, Sam 91
Slover, Michael 91,98
Small, Marjorie 87
Smith, Allen 89
Smith, Clyde 65,88
Smith, Ebert 88
Smith, Mrs. Frances 90
Smith, Robert H. 91
Smith, Steven 89
Snow, Mrs. Jane 90
Stafford, Mrs. Ruth 90
Starkey, Mrs. May 87
Staten, Mrs. Mary 90
Stewart, E. James 82
Stewart, Mrs. Laverne 86
Stinger, Mrs. Charleyne 86
Steleblak, Mrs. Alice 87
Stewart, Mrs. Edna 89
Stockard, Robert 84,91,101
Stout, Mrs. Dorothy 84
Sterrett, Mrs. Opal 87
Sutherlin, Mrs. Kay 86
Sutton, Mrs. Marie 87
Sutton, Mrs. Nancy 88
Swenson, Kermit 91
Switzer, Richard 12,23,91,105
Taflinger, E. James 88
Taylor, Mrs. Irene 87
Terrell, Roy 89
Terry, Leo 86
Terry, D. Earl 93
Thomas, Mrs. Martha 86
Thompson, D. Fred 92
Tobrocke, Floyd 84
Tootle, Mrs. Rosa 86
Toran, Mrs. Christine 87
Tremp, William 93
Tresslar, Cecil T. 42B3,88
Turner, Nlrs. Laura 87
Turney, Bruce 89
Turpin, Mrs. Martha
Tussey, Mrs. Rita 86
Tuttle, Spencer, E.91,99
Underwood, Mrs. M. Susanna 88,100
Van Der Moere, Herbert 92
Vaughn, Mrs. Linda 63,88
Wagner, H. Lloyd 88
Wallace, Mrs. Mildred 90
Walsh, Cheryl 91 ,27,106
Ward, Geraldine 85
Washington, Mrs. Emmagee 91
Webber, Mrs. Doris 88
Whalin, Milton 86
Allen, Glen 57
Allen, Nate 49
Amato, Teresa 29,103,104
Whitmire, LaVon 91
Wiggins, John 93,99,108
Wignall, Mrs. Elva 90
Westra, Mrs. Gladys 87
Wilkinson, MSG Arthur 93
Williams, Mrs. Blanche 85,90
Woodard, Bob 90,48,53
Woods, Morris 92
Wythe, John 89
Yarnell, Mrs. Rosalynne 86
Yeagley,Terry C. 91
Young, Mrs. Janice 90
Young, Mrs. Shelia 88
Abbett, Patricia 94
Abel, Hugh 102
Abel, Tom 96
Abernathy, Judy 104,107
Abernathy, Teresa 100
Adams, Ambrose 75
Albertson, Shirley 110
Alexander, Bob 56
Alexander, Charles 102
Alexander, Charlotte 102
Anders, Tom 21 1
Anderson, Bobby 56
Anderson, Ellen 66,101 ,106,
Anderson, Guy 99
Anderson, Kimberly lKiml 99,100
Anderson, Ray 53,64
Anderson, Wanda 95
Andrews, Richard 103,104,106
Armes, David 26,66,95,100,101,
Arthur, John 69
Ashworth, Bonnie 98
Auble, Randy 27 ,99,103,105,
Bales, James 96
Bales, Jerry 94
Ball, Chris 104
Bannon, Ray 52
Bannon, Vicki 66
Bardwell, William 104
Barnes, Madonna 66,106,107
Barrett, Rebecca 95
Barringer, Doris J. 95
Bartholomew, Andy 98
Bates, Stephanie 55
Battle, Charles 55 ,78 ,80
Batts, David 14,15,98,101
Baxter, Vickie 102
Bayer, Joann 94
Beany, Dave 52
Bear, Brenda 36,66,98
Beaty, Mary 107
Beeson, Susan 103,106,107
IIVIPOSSIBLE? Never! Not for the
clever Clem Watts after four semesters
Beight, Anita 104
Beight, Randall 99
Bell, Bonnie 99
Bennett, Cindy 111
Bennett, Norman 99
Benson, Robert 43,48 ,51 ,96,108
Berry, Donna 100,110
Berry, Reginald 48,56
Beverley, Carol 12,108,110
Black, Charles 48,56,106
Black, Steve 110
Blalock, Robert 20
Blanchard, Willie 53
Bland, Melanie 111
Bland, Millie 35,95
Bland, Sherrie 96
Block , Charles 104
Bloomer, Bryan IB
Blue, Cynthia 110
Bobbs, David 107
Bockover, Linda 111
Boid, Gregory 18,20 ,95,97,99
Bond, Rose 100,104
Bonds, David 75
Bonds, Robert 94
Bonwell, Riley 53
Booker, Vicky 100,111
Boswell, Patty 111
Bottoms, Nancy 101,106,107
Bowers, Patricia 100
Boyer, Brenda 111
Bradburn, Andrew 99
Bradley, Frances 18,97
Branham, James lJiml 95,98,102
Breland, Kenny 48,52,58
Breland, Steve 52,58,108
Breland, Victor 48,49
Brents, Mark 49,52
Brewer, Kevin 94,95,105,106
Brewer, Marcella 95
Brewer, William 53
Brice, Wanda 100,111
Briggs, Don 104
Briggs, Jeffrey 104
Brinkley, Gary 18,20,94
Brinkley, Kathy 95,97,102,104,
Brinkley, Mike 99
Broadnax, Perry 107
Brooks, Harvey 48,52,55
Brooks, Mark 79,96,102
Brooks, Nate 57
Brooks, Peter 102
Brown, Alicia 10,108
Brown, Bernice 97,18
Brown, Cindy 105
Brown, Elmarmae 101,107
Brown, Fred 57
Brown, Gloria 97
Brown, James 19,104
Brown, Mamie 43,96
Brown, Marcia 95,107
Brown, Margaret 102
Brown, Melvin 103,106
Brown, Michael 98,104,106
Brown, Pete 46,47
Brown, Steve 96
Browne, Fred 53
Browning, Jennifer 100
Bruce, Tonya 9,43,96,111
Bruer, Linda 104,105
Brummett, Niki 32,62,100,101
Bryant, Terry 104
Buckley, Clara 104
Buckley, Gary 105
Buckley, Rebecca 95,102,101
Bullington, David 19,98,107
Burch, Diane 106
Burch, Jill 96
Burkes, Terry 65
Burns, Charles 99
ROBIN EADS, experienced sports photographer for the Cannon news-
paper, caught this fantastic scene with his camera. Robin has other out-
standing pictures in the yearbook.
Burns, Laurel 43,96,101,106
Burnett, Pierre 75
Burnette, Charles 105
Burris, Mike 104
Burris, Priscilla 15
Buses, Ron 49
Buses, Venus 100,102
Bushfield, Jim 99
Butler, Harry 48,52
Buttery, Larry 51
Calhoun, Francis 39
Carr, Yvetta 96
Carson, Sam 53
Carter, Joanetta 104
Caselden, Gary 48
Catellier, Howard 94
Catellier, Joe 99
Caudill, Phillip 104
Caudle, Paul 104
Chambers, Carol 105
Chandler, Karen 100
Chapman, Sherry 104
Chastain, Jodi 62,106
Childs, Robin 107
Childs, Roger 104,107
Cisneros, Sylvia 101
Clark, Debbie 110
Clark, Martha 95
Clayton, Jeannie 110
Clayton, Suzette 97
Clayton, Thomas 50,99,100
Clegg, David 99
Clem, Linda 94,101
Clouse, Weyant 99
Clyburn, Sandra 95
Cochran Joe 94
Coe, Larry 53
Coffer, Rodney 48,99
Coffin, Bob 52
Coffman, Debbie 94,102,106
Coin, Linda 62
Colbert, Virgil 104
Colbert, Zandra 111
Cole, Deborah, 100,102
Cole, Sheri 98
Cole, Susan 111
Coleman, Darryl 98
Collins, David 96
Collins, Vonda 96
Colvin, Debby 11,40,69,107,109
Colvin, Earnestine 97
Conner, Bob 97
Conwell, Steve 48
Conwell, Terry 100
Coons, Barbara 101,105
Coons, Bill 105
Cooper, Ronald 53
Corlett, Carl 99
Corlett, Reta 100,102
Cork, Cato 48
Cosby, Ricky 95
Costelow, Margie 100
Covington, Anthony 49
Covington, Davieda 107
Covington, Marcus 48
Cox, Cynthia 111
Cox, Harold 57,63
RICHARD SWAN won five gold
keys in the Scholastic Photogra-
phy Awards. Besides being an ex-
cellent photographer, Richard is
an interesting subyect for the cam-
era as well.
Cox, Henry 98
Cox, Vickie 97,111
Crabill, Roy 103,105,108
Crabtree, Donnie 76,111
Crabtree, Lonnie 111
Crockett, Rhonda 102,107,108,
Crooke, Robert 74
Crouse, Cheryl 96,43
Crumpton, Macie 102
Cunningham, Catherine 107
Curtis, Peggy 95,106,107
Dalton, Luren 102,104,105
Davie, Ronald lRonl 49,51
Davis, Bobby 47,56
Davis, Gary 107
Dawson, Anthony 50,52
Decker, Richard 66,100
DeLawter, Carl 97,109
Denny, Dave 98
Deusser, Richard 69
Devitt, Dave 26,46,52,64,107,
Dickson, Douglas 48,107
Dillahay, Nancy 101
Dobbs, Kathy 103,101
Donaldson, Sharon 110
Donenfeld, Gergory 98
Doran, Richard 74
Douglas, Doris 40,107,109
Dunham, Mary 94,95,104
Dwigans, Laura 95
Dykes, Brad 100,104
Eads, Dina 96,102
Eads, Rhonda 107
Eads, Robin 42,96,98,143
Easley, Gordon 39
Eaton, Vicki 42,96,98,106
Edwards, Joyce 111
Effler, David 64,110
Eickhoff, Carol 94,95,101,108
Frazier, Christine 108,110
Freeman, Andrea 94,95,103,106
Freeman, Debbie 106
Freeman, Michael 104
Freemont, Bill 96
Froschauer, Juanita 100,111
Frost, Jeff 58
Funke, Steve 47
Fuqua, Stanley 53
Gadis, Sharon 102
Gaines, Pricilla 104
Gamble, Wanda 104,111
Garrett, Daryl 104
Garrett, Everline 95
Garrison, Veon 47,74
Garten, Betty 14,101,104
Gartrell, Darryl 50,108
Garza, Robert 98
Gearlds, Debbie 102
Gearlds, Tony 55
Gibson, Alfredia 94
Gibson, Mary 67
Gibbons, Cindy 96,97,111
Gilbert, Jim 55
Gill, Teresa 110
Gillenwater, Donald 99
Gividen, Kenn 107
Glaspy, Mike 57
Glover, Shirley 49,55
Goergen, John 29
Goergen, Marguerite 100
Golder, Carmen 98
Goode, Robert 106,108
Griffin, Ken 104
Griggs, Jeff 65
Grindstaff, Kurt 46
Grubbs, Mark 108
Guerin, Hexey 94
Guerin, Sharon 103,104
Guffey, Patricia 95
Guiden, Richard 107
Gurzo, Robert 19
Hagan, Brenda 67
Hagan, Myra 103,104
Hager, Debbie 106,107
Haley, Jeff 47
Hall, Robert 103,105
Hamilton, Stevan 95
Hamler, Miriam 107
Hammond, Cheryl 95,96
Hamphrey, Glory 110
Hampton, Ben 48,56
Hannemann, Sylvia 102,107
Hannon, Jerry 48
Harbin, Don 106
Hardiman, Grady 47
Harden, Denise 96,104
Hardwick, Dennis 95,102
Hargitt, Jack 56
Harlow, Jeff 99
Harlow, Steve 52,104
Harmon, Charlene 111
Harmon, Jack 47
Harrington, Raymond 110
Happersberger, John 107
Hart, Tina 106,108,110
Hartson, Dave 46
Harris, Bessie 29
Harris, Dorothy 29
Hedderich, Pamela G. 95
Hellickson, Brenda 98
Hembree, Fred 53
Henderson, Melvin 48
Henderson, Rhonda 110
Henley, Deanna 102
Henry, Mike 57
Henry, Richard 107
Herman, Kenny 47,96,103,105
Herrington, Diana 102
Herrington, Steve 95
Hickerson, Debbie 67
Hickey, Danny 53
Hickey, Tom 47
Hicks, Gary 96
Hill, Darnell 53
Hill, Debbie 29
Hines, Keita 67,94
Hinton, Robert 104
Hise, Joyce 18,97,101,104
Hittle, Janice 66,95,100,102,104
Hobbs, Doris 110
Hodges, Travis 77
Hogan, John 48
Hollowell, Nolan 29
Hollingsworth, Charles 53
Holmes, Vicki 40,109
Holt, Cynthia 96
Honeycutt, Mike 48
Hopkins, Earl 53
Hoskins, Charles 47,108
Howard, Valerie 110
Howard, Sharon 110
Howery, Steve 53
Hubbard, Terry 52
107 Harris, Mike 48,55 Huber, Anita 102,104
Graham, Sharon 100 Hartsburg, Debby 109 HuggIer,SteVe100
Grant, Robin 96,106 Harwell, Vernon 105,106,108
Hunt, Andrea 40,103,101,106,
Grant, Teresa 33,96,101,110 Hatcher, Alice 63 10711 09
Green John 46 Hawkins, Thomas 105 Hunt, Beverly 94
Green, Michael 104 Hawn, John 62 Hurst John 104
Green, Patricia 105 Hayes, Harold 48,107 Hut50',-,I Edna 94
Greene, Sharon 100
Green, Travis 57,99
Greene, Sharon 67
Greenwell, Paula 95,98,102,36
Hazelton, Garry 75
Heath, Doug 99,107
Heath, Jane 95
Heavrin, Robert 39
Hedderich, Grace 10l
Hutton, Vicki 102
Ingram, Jose 48,58
Isbell, James 62,94,108
lnskeep, Dan 97
Eicks, Janet 104
Elmore, Sam 52,58
Engram, Dannie 99
Ennenga, Theresa 96
Epperson, Sheila 97
Ervin, Linda 64
Erwin, David 110,79
Espinoza, Consuelo 100
Esslinger, Larry 52,108
Esslinger, Terry 58
Etters, Margie 102
Ettinger, Jan 100
Evans, Carroll 94
Evans George 100
Evans, Sharon 111
Evans, Victor 11 ,48,52,101,104,
Fagan, Patty 97,98,108,110
Fallowfield, Kim 36,98
Ferguson, Falan 105
Finnigan, Mike 104,106
Flowers, Debbie 100
Folsom, Rose 97,104
Ford, James 99,100
Ford, Mae 97,100,102
Fort, Kyle 50
Franklin, Kim 111
AT A RECEPTION in the Krannert Room at Clowes Hall honoring Mr. and Mrs. Howard Longshore, Mrs. Long
shore displays a gift made for her by the Tech Metal Trades Department. At the extreme right is Mr. Longshore's
father, Howard Longshore, Sr.
Isbell, James 99
Jackson, Lloyd 104
Jackson, Thomas 48,52,58
Jacobs, Denise 104,107
Jacobs, Jeff 49,106
James, Janet 72
James, Rebecca 95
Taylor, Kathy 97
Jeffries, Karen 96,104
Jessup, Jill 102,106
Jeter, Bob 64
Johnson, Alan 26
Johnson, Arthur 55,107
Johnson, Aubrey 98
Johnson, Bruce 55,108
Johnson, Delores 106
Johnson, Eli 57
Johnson, Frankye 95
Johnson, Larnell 57
Johnson, Terry 95
Johnson, Toni 110
Johnson, Willie 105
Jones, Carl 48
Jones, David 67
Jones, Charles 74
Jones, Claine 96
Jones, Geneva 39,94,95,100,102,
Jones, Jerry 19
Jones, Mary 10,31 ,40,101,109
Jones, Michael L. lMikel 100,103,
Jones, Wanda 96,101,102
Jordan, Denver 20,26,47,56,95,
Journey, Callie 98
Joyner, Lynda 72
Junge, Marsha 95
Kares, Robin 97,100,102,107
Keen, John 53
Kegeris, James lJiml 39,110
Kein, David 111
Kein, Melinda 95
Keelley, Gerald 77
Kendall, Thomas 96
STEVE BELDING, son of Robert
Belding, presents a portrait of
Howard L. Longshore, to be dis-
played with other pictures of past
Tech principals. Acting Principal,
Ray Reed accepts the gift from
the class of 1965.
Kendrick , James 48,107
Kennedy, Darlene 95
Kennedy, Sherie 110
Killebrew, Vincent 56
Kimble, Rodney 76
Kincy, Ernest 74,101
Kinder, Kevin 39
King, Carl 26,53,99,107
King, John M. 92
Kirk, Carlos 104
Kitchens, Cynthia 104
Knorr, Don 27,94,103,105,106
Krueger, Kathy 109
Lacey, Sherman 53
LaFara, Mary 39,95,96,110
Laker, Jerry 49
Lander, Jerry W. 99,107
Lander, John 67,104
Larkin, Nancy 100
Lasher, Don 103,104,105
Laswell, Don 103,105
Laswell, Jerry 104
Laswell, Lorrainne 107
Laswell, Melvin 48
Laswell, Walter 104
Laubach, Martin 95
Laubach, Matthew 67,95
Laughlin, Roger 56,105,108
LaValley, Roger 104
Lawless, Larry 62
Lawrence, Robert 53
Lawrence, Stanley 53,106
Lawson, Gay 111
LecCleir, Debbie 108
Ledford, Thomas 74
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Levergood, Barbara 42,95 ,96,107,
Lewelling, Darlene 104,107
Lewis, Clarence 103
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Lewis, Paul 99,107
Lingenfelter, Jeff 51
Logsdon, David 100
Loux, Kevin 47
Lowery, Claude 20,48,52,56,96,
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Lund, Harold 67,95
McChristian, Anita 35,111
McCullough, Dorothy 67,102
McCullough, Janet 107
McDaniel, Doug 95,105,101
McDaniel, Marcia 104
McDaniel, Martin 96,103,105,108
McDaniels, Margaletta 63
McFall, Rita 108
McGee, Teresa 110
McGhee, Phillip 94
McGlynn, Anna 87
McGrath, Maureen 102
McGuire, Fred 49,52
McGuire, Vickie 65
McGwen, Deborah 111
Mclver, Dorothy 103,104,106
McKinney, Mark 46,52,107
McMahon, Mary 95
McMichael, Vicki 98
McPherson, Jane 103
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Maddox, Magalene 100
Mahone, Dorothy 107
Mann, Carl 75
Manning, Bettie 97
Manual, Ollie 74
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Mays, Allan 106
Meadors, Debbie 110
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ivieid, Jeff 107
Mentis, Cynthia 95,67,101,106,
Merritt, Linda 110
Michael, Libbi 101,106,107
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Miller, Kathy 100
Miller, Linda 104
Miller, Mike 103,104
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Minton, Deanna 100
Mitchel, Ruth 104
Moats, Bill 46
Mobley, Les 99
Moffatt, Steve 66
Mohr, Gary 108
Montgomery, Donna 29,103,104
Montgomery, Duane 99
Montgomery, Frances 94
Moore, Douglas 94
Moore, Gary 53
Moore, Mildred 32,101,107
Moore, Wilbert 52,58
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Morris, Cosetta 111
Morris, Emily 110
Morris, Susie 98,102,108,110,
Morse, Paul 76
Morse, Timothy 99
Mouser, Denise B.104
Mouser, Betty S. 100
Moy, Mee Lun100,101,106,107
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Nance, John 107
Neal, Tom 50
Newbern, Jackie 104,106
Newsom, Diana 67
Newsom, Larry 104
Nix, Toni 103,108
Northrop, Mike 96
Norwood, Harold 52,108
Oakley, Bruce 94,101,106
O'Hara Michael 5
O'Neill, Cheryl 104
O'Neill, Mike 105
Overbey, Beth 18,97,106
Pacilly, Kevin 53
Parrish, Donna 104,107
Parrish, Henry 53
Payne, Roger 47
Pearson, Roger 92
Pence, Lewis 74
Pennington, John 104
Perdue, Ruthann 95
Perkins, Alvin 48,104
Peters, Stephen 94
Peters, Vicki 35,109,1 11
Petree, Bart 106,108
Petree, Brad 66,106
Pettigrew, Cyle 100
Phillips, Delores 104
Phillips, Patty 98
Pierce, Holly 104
Pierce, Michael 26,97,101,107
Pipes, Debbie 107,108,1 10
Pipkin, Vernon 52
Pippins, Terri 102
Platt, Bob 48,51 ,66
Plummer, Mike 104
Plummer, Robert 104
Porter, George 107
Powell, Bob 55
Powers, Jerry 96
Price, Mark 50
Price, Michael 95
Price, Petie 58
Price, Sam 33,26,101,107
Price, Yolanda 105
Pryor, Paul 58
Pullen, James 97
Purcell, Debra 104
Purdue, Gary 107
Purvis, Roy 104
Quintana, Rolando 98
Rady, Garry 47
Ratcliff, Christine 100
Raney, Teresa 102
Reed, Beverly 22,96,98
Reese, Donna 100,104
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Richey, Danna 111
Richey, Darla 101
Riddell, Donna 105,111
Riewer, Chris 111
Rinehart, Bonnie 99
Rinehart, Henry 48
Riojas, Francisco 79
Riojas, Reynaldo 98
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Roberts, Michael 53
Robinson, Hubert 110
Robinson, Jeffrey 53
Rodgers, Harold 104
Rogers, John 103,105
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Rosebrock, Carol 102,104
Rosebrock, Debbie 98,104
Rossman, Mike 77
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Rush, Tom 53
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Scott, Lagenia 110
Scott, Phil 99
Scruggs, Stephanie 97
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Senteney, Dana 100
Shaffer, Harrision 53
Shane, Peggy 102
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Shaw, Diana 98
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Shelton, Debbie 102
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Siefert, Paul 98
Siegel, James 104
Simpson, Roland 77
Sizemore, Marvin 104
Skele, Anna 95
Skudrovskis, Lillie 104
Sluder, Larry Joe 98
Smalling, Debra 107
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Sovern, Theresa 104
Soltau, Janet 95,103,106
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Spence, Theresa 111
Spencer, Isaac 99
Spencer, James 57
Spencer, Theresa 109
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Stafford, Bob 96,104
Stanfield, Mike 26,52,64,101,106,
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Starks, Charles 107
Stevens, James 98
Stires, Linda 111
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Troxell Linda 104
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HOWARD L. LONGSHORE
TECH TEACHER 1940-1962 TECH PRINCIPAL 1963-1970
MAX GALLOWAY STUDIOS
20 East 14th Street
WE'VE COME A LONG WAY
FROM THE LITTLE DOG AND HIS HORN.
A long way since 1906 when the Victrola' phonograph
was introduced. And Nipper heard His Master's Voice.
Now it's the 70's and we haven't even stopped for
breath. Our latest milestone is Dimensia Ill stereo. A com-
plete audio center for the home. Stereo phonograph, AM!
FM Stereo radio, and tape cassette recorder. All in one.
Sealed Cushionaire speakers give such power and
depth to the bass, they can actually blow out a match.
The Computer Crafted radio tuner is designed to pull
in hard-to-get signals and separate crammed-together
We back all this up with an amplifier of 200 watts peak
Dimensia lll. You've neverseen anything like it before.
As for Nipper, he'd never have thought of it in his wildest
But Dimensia lll stereo isn't all we have in sound. YOu'Il
find many other phonographs. tape instruments and radios
in the RCA line. ln all sizes and shapes. And all in the
RCA tradition of quality that stretches back 64 years.
We got our start in sound. And we haven't lost our voice.
Not by a long shot.
New vibrations from an old master.
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omp :men s o
lVlr. and IVlrs. Charles W. Bales
KOEHLEB DISTBIBUTING COMPANY
2340 East Tenth Street
"Flowers Come By The Bakers Dozen"
4525 North Shadeland Avenue
1832 East 10th Street
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AND LITHOGRAPH, INC.
600 East Ohio
and amateur alike, vve
have stereo, tape, phono,
CB, ham and many
other components on display.
4131 North Keystone Avenue
open 9 to 6
Sweaters, pens, penants,
pins, rings, paper, pamphlets,
ARSENAI. TECHNICAL W
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The store for all your ,ul J
ape urs v i
YOU CAN ALSO GET ALL YOUR TECH
YOUR SIGN OF BEST QUALITY SOUVENIRS n I i
and other goodies! QI-
Buy the best for less at
3 fine supermarkets
2350 East 52nd Street. at Keystone
4401 East New York Street at Euclid
3701 East 38th Street at Sherman Drive
38th and Sherman store open 24 hours
HARDWARE INC. BEAUTY SALON
2506 Martindale 2356 North Sherman Drive
923-7846 546-2835 DEARBORN HOTEL
Harold G. Engelhardt
Class of '22
GIFT SHOP, Congratulations, Seniors
2209 East M'Ch'9an from a Secret Admirer
THE SMART SHOP
For the big date or for any place
Bev Reed, Jane Shuff, Yvette Carr
THE ALICE SHOP TERRY'S POODLE
EM-ROE SPORTING GOODS Buy for the Entire Family GROOMING
209 West Washington Street 2108 East 10th Street 1129 North Beville Avenue
634-3446 632-1934 636-7124
GOLDEN IMPERIAL INC. S. R. D. RURAL PHARMACY
1640 East Washington Street was here 2801 East Michigan Street
The Vigor Drink
For Titanic Titans
of all sizes
Sales, Service, Rentals
2222 East 10th Street
2313 East Michigan Street
N CC. First Class Workmanship
faulty Con, if
House OF JAMES
Become a Licensed Beautician-Stylist
Day and night classes
Free Placement Service
RICHARD BENNETT FURNITURE
5804 East Washington Stre t
AMERICAN FLETCHER to
2122 East 10th Street
3 'lanman ,flomrr Shop, lm. 1?
FOOD IVIAFI KET
2106 East 10th Street
4108 East Michigan Street 632-5191
CARTEFVS GULF AND EEEQKWQEQTHER
?8E4IZfVEis5 ?CItI:ISI?eIeIt 3514 Syrah Couege
632-2254 9 ue
ROBERT T. MULLIN AGENCY
631 East 86th Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 257-6565
G 15 North State Street
Funeral Home Inc. 631-8232
Harold D. Unger, Pres. it E
A new and larger Chapel PROFESSIQNAL 3
BOWLING BALL INC. 6 Q 3
1601 E. New York Street 5142 Nladiggn Avenue 4' 4
' 786-4329 il
For the Best in
Meat . . . Shop at
1610 Roosevelt Avenue
Inside and outside dining
Complete carry-out service
Two locations. . .
Tenth Street at Emerson
2970 CENTRAL AVENUE
TEE-KAY 1,-f -. ,jf 1' Q 54,
FLOWER 51-'Op RIVOLI THEATRE 'C '91 0 5-3 1
3524 East 10th Street 3155 East 10th Street I 'I ff x
638-4264 636-1297 F
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LOTT'S PRIZE 4, ,ff
TRIANGLE PRINTING CO. SANDWICH SHOppES '18 4 sjaf
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4004 lVlHd'S0f1 Ave- 2831 East 38th street 'e 3. '
0 M A T 2 The Tech Bowling
' I Club Welcomes
' tt,., You Every
I Tuesday 4 to 5 P.M.
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Sincere Thanks To Those Who Lent ci Helping Hand
On completion of the 1971 Arsenal
Cannon, yearbook staffers extend appre-
ciation to the following:
Richard Kennard, for helpful advice
and color shots . . . Max Galloway Studios
for constant services . . . Senior Office for
use of caps and gowns and help in con-
tacting seniors . . . Don Knorr for work
with IBM in developing our theme . . .
Bill Guess for his patience with our
experimentation . . . Ivan Christensen
for special photos . . . Faculty members
for reading bulletins and assisting with
senior data sheets . . . Club sponsors and
teachers for allowing invasion of class-
rooms by photographers.. . Bill
Bolander, for help at Photo Clinic in
August. William M o o n, for donating
music rooms for group photos . . .
Kenneth Puckett, for financial advice. . .
The many advertisers for support and
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HIGH POINT YEARBOOK AGENTS-FRONT FOW: Grace Hederich, Patty Fagan, Mary LaFara
Margaret Brown, Peggy Curtis, SECOND ROW: Willa Mae Price, Martin McDaniel, Bryan Bloomer
Dennis Thomas, Debbie Coffman. Not pictured Debbie Long.
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C. HAMILTON PRINTING CO.
2112 East 10th Street
Hanson H. Anderson represented Tech at its best-Tech as the smallest,
newest high school in Indianapolis, Tech during its growing and maturing
years, Tech today, He was one of the first eight faculty members when
the school opened in 1912. He later became head of the Mathematics
Department, and was principal from 1937 till 1958. During these years,
the school grew to an enrollment of over 7,000, and was named by the
James Bryant Conant Report in 1959 as a nation-wide model for the com-
prehensive high school.
During his years at Tech, Mr. Anderson built a reputation for excel-
lence, professionally and personally. Among faculty and students alike
he inspired a zest and loyalty that called forth the best in each. His ideals
were the highest, his leadership confident, his discipline firm, and his
friendship warm and abiding.
After his retirement in 1958 his support of Tech remained unflagging.
On many occasions he visited the campus, chatted with teachers and pupils
offered never failing support for all that was best at Tech, He was a
familiar, loyal figure at athletic events and assemblies.
On February 3, at 83, Hanson H. Anderson ansvvererl his last roll call.
His school will miss him, but he will remain our constant friend.
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