Arsenal Technical High School - Arsenal Cannon Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1973
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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Bernice Jones,Judith McBride,
Gertrude lnsley, Mrs. Lois Csiky, Mrs. Florence Schnakenberg, Rita
Corrado, Mrs. Virginia Cassell, Mrs. Cheryl Clark. SECOND ROW: Hester
Anne Hale, Mrs. Margaret Hahn, Mrs. Jatinder K. Singh, Karen Hansen,
Helen Carter, Mrs. Margaret Clapp, Ann McMillan, M. Eileen Kohut.
THIRD ROW: Mrs. Joan R. Brown, Janet King, Paula E. Lopossa, Mrs
Diane Comstock, John R. Takacs, Mrs. Alice C. Goodrum, Robert Ford
Tom Danheiser, department head. FOURTH ROW: Ellen Eads, Kirby
Lehman, Emmett F. Hardiman, John Lewis, Louis G. Hill, C. T. Tresslar
Stan J. Minks, Craig Roberts, Karen Ackerman.
New dogs, wngs 60121 . Phase
Dead! Boring! Ugh! ls that the way
English Departments are usually de-
scribed? Well, the English Department at
Tech can now be described as changing,
exciting, different and alive.
During the fall semester, mini-courses
were offered for the first time. Such
courses as Oral Interpretation, Heritage
Literature, On Stage! and The Political-
Merry-Go-Round gave some 500 Tech-
ites a new twist to their eighth hour En-
Hopefully, next fall, this mini-course
program will happen on a much larger
scale, being called Phase Elective.
Beginning a student's sophomore year,
he will choose an elective every nine
weeks. This means at least twelve elec-
tives during a high school career. Fresh-
men will continue in a structured class.
There will be four phases a student
will be able to choose from. The first
phase courses will be designed to help
those students who have difficulty with
basic language art skills of reading, writ-
ing, speaking, listening, and thinking.
Electives from this phase will be The Mass
Media, Tall Tales and Folk Stories, and
In the Phase 2 program the course will
assist students who have an understanding
of the basic language art skills but who
need to improve and refine them. Greek
and Roman Mythology, The Bible as Lit-
erature and Journalistic Writing will be a
few of the electives.
Realism in Literature, Modern Poetry
Ill, and Social Protest and Satire will be
courses aimed at students who have im-
proved their command of the language
and whose innate abilities would indicate
they could attain a deeper understanding
of literature and a keener command of
writing skills. This is Phase 3.
Phase 4 courses are being designed for
the student who has shown a proficiency
in the lower phase levels, especially in
phase 3. Some electives are Term Papers,
Modern World Literature, Advanced Indi-
vidual Reading and Creative Writing.
It is hoped that students will choose
from the phase that best suits their abili-
ties. Plans are still tentative, but Thomas
Danheiser, department head said, "We
are all very excited about it!"
ENGLISH ASSISTANTS-FRONT ROW: Mar-
ilyn Williams, Barbara Price, Sandra Armes, Ro-
berta Bandy. SECOND ROW: Debby Jackson,
Mary Wheeler, Donna Pipher, Melody Coryell,
Mark Campbell NOT PICTU RED: Bonnie Cam-
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ALICE GEE presents the issues in IVlrs. lVIar-
garet Hahn's English V class during the Novem-
REHEARSALS are a major part of any produc-
tion, right, IVlr. Malloy? Nlini-courses gave a
change to eighth-hour English students.
IVIISS I-IALE and her eighth hour mini-course
students discuss "The Real and The ldeal"! But
a Pepsi? Really, lVliss Hale!
Els dis new mflaliguages
This year a new breed of students
shattered the language barrier as they
plunged clumsily yet determinedly into
the pool of foreign languages, customs,
and ideals. Was it curiosity? A search for
fun, fascination, and discovery? Or could
it be the informal classes where only the
foreign language is spoken throughout the
period? Or what about the language lab,
new films, books, and the isolated sound-
proof booth that is always open to eager
students? Most students agree that the
combination of these things made them
burst with enthusiasm. All of these things
paid off for the Techites.
Nevertheless, the Foreign Language de-
partment has made quite a splash in the
previous years also. Two to seven Tech-
ites each year since 1962, have partici-
pated in the IU Honors Program. This
program allows the students to go to the
country where their language is spoken if
they pass a series of extensive tests. Last
summer the winner was David Bullington
who went to San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Es
magnifico, Zno? Oui, c'est magnifique!
FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT-MTS.
Susanna M. Underwood, Mrs. Maria B. Laga-
don, David Clapp, Dan Stanley, department
head, Mrs. Sheila Young, Mrs. Serine Fine.
DANNY HONEYCUTT, Jay Harlan, and Mark
McElroy know great satisfaction as they find
they can read German magazines land under-
stand them tooll
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MRS. YOUNG'S SPANISH CLASS has fun and games while learning their sports vocabulary. Students are Jerry Lingenfelter, Mike
Fagan, Gary Davis, John Camphor, Heddy Hampl, Debra Myers. lSeatedl Teddy Whitmer.
CHEFS ANNA YOUNG, Robin Kares, and Charlotte Alexander stir up
some crepe suzettes. Sacre bleu, Mr. Stalnley, is this advanced French?
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FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDENTS check out the foreign language
SPANISH CLUB-FRONT ROW: Mike Logsdon, Lydia Riojas, Rene Rob-
inson, Ann Ford, Teresa Abernathy, Marianne Williams, Donna Butler,
Michelle Tague, Paula Batts. SECOND ROW: Dorothea Lancaster, Libby
Quintana, Liesel Strohschein, Brian Martin, Linda Bruer, Brenda Morgan,
Sheila Tenner, Christi Warner, Leah Hillman. THIRD ROW: Lou Wanna
Benns, Vernon Compton, Barba Wooten, Peggy Smith, Susan Parten-
heimer, David Bullington, Roselyn Tenner, Pat Wilson, David Clapp, spon-
Language dubs outtcvtlieffu
Living in two worlds can be confusing
and frustrating. But for some people the
fun and fascinating experiences make up
for it. For at least two hours a week
members of Tech's French, Spanish, La-
tin, and German Clubs are part of a un -
que society. People learning about peo-
ple. lf you can't get the club to the coun-
try, get the country to the club. And with
a little organization and a lot of imagina-
tion the members and sponsors do just
Picture this: a room plastered with
posters of bullfighters and Mexican and
Spanish advertisements. Popular music
being sung in Spanish while students
gather around to dance, sing, and read the
occasional biographies of the foreign per-
formers which are written in Spanish
Now imagine a room filled with an excit-
ing atmosphere, laughter and plan-making,
interrupted only by the consumption of
rich, creamy eclairs and numerous tasty
Some groups go to a local theater
which features foreign films: others make
trips to restaurants where foreign dishes
are served in the native manner. There are
parties for every occasion and there is al-
ways the annual Mardi Gras at which
each club participates with a unique pro-
fit-making booth or attraction which
serves as the source of money for all of
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FRENCH CLUB-FRONT ROW: Sandy Wester, Rita Hunt, Anna Young, Donna Berry,Jackie Whit-
ney, Susan Hill, SECOND ROW: Karen Hughes, Keith Armour,Thomas E. Clayton, Roland A. Wiley,
UN GRANDE ATRACCION es Ia pinata.
LE MARCHE AUX PUCES fait un succes.
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LATIN CLUB-FRONT ROW: Connie Taylor, Becky Goode, Linda Akers, Debbie Daws, Patti Turner,
SECOND ROW: Carolyn Marshall, Helen Wakeman, Serine Fine, sponsor, Debbie Price, Suzy Vaught.
ZUR WEIHNACHTEN stellte der Deutsche Klub "Die Krippe Szene" aus. Es was im Schaufenster von
Stuart Halle in der Noche des Sprachenburos.
GERMAN CLUB-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Susanna Underwood, sponsor, Margaret Brown, Melinda Craw-
ford, Carol Randolph, Linda Phillips. SECOND ROW: Marcia Crawford, Nancy Winkle, Susan Hal-
stead, Sheila Tenner, Denise Byrd.
Higher enrollment than ever before
was one feat boasted by the Tech Social
Studies Department this year. More stu-
dents were also taking advantage of the
elective courses offered by the depart-
ment: classes such as Metropolitan Prob-
lems, Psychology, International Rela-
tions, and Sociology were of interest to
Under William Siedlecki's direction
again this year, the department spon-
sored several special speakers from time
to time. They spoke on a variety of sub-
jects ranging from patriotism to juvenile
delinquincy, and reflected the idea that
social studies is really the study of people
and their ideas.
A new idea, used in an experimental
way, was attempted the second semester
by the Social Studies and English Depart-
ments combined. Putting a U.S. History
ll class and an English Vl class together,
the resulting double-period subject was
entitled "Histlish". lt allowed a more
comprehensive study of both subjects,
and many teachers as well as students
were enthusiastic about the idea.
SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW Mrs Barbara Lee VEY l'l6ll393f1 WGS lVlU"Dl'lV Robert lVleVGI' Wllllam lVl0l'S9 Tl'llFlD ROW
Betsy Sweet, David Perry, Mary Marthin, Bruce lVIcGea1h John Ka,-muse John Hall William Siedlecki department head William Kimberlin Clyde
Ebert W. Smith. SECOND ROW: Pat Commons James E Taflinger Har Smlih Jr William J Farrell Walter DHVIS Bob AVGYS
ONE STUDENT LISTENS attentively as Mr. Perry explains the U. S. His-
tory lesson in detail.
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MR. DAVIS is paying more attention to the camera than to his students in
World History I.
GREG PIPHER is in a world of his own as Mr. Farrell explains a point in
the world of Social Studies.
Exploratory teaching is a program de-
signed to allow students interested in be-
coming teachers to get classroom experi-
ence. Students participating in the two
period one credit course are required to
be seniors, have at least 5.0 grade point
averages, and be interviewed for place-
ment by Duane Blankenhorn, sponsor.
The student teacher may choose any
grade level lfrom kindergarten to ninth
EXPLORATORY TEACHERS-FRONT ROW: Wanda Jones, Kathy
Brinkley, Patricia Stomm, Kathy Miller. SECOND ROW: Duane Blanken-
gradel, the subject he would prefer to
teach, and the school where he would like
to be placed. Duties of the exploratory
teacher are that he participate and assist
his teacher in any way possible. Many ex-
ploratory teachers gain satisfaction and
fulfillment from the fact that they have
contributed something of themselves to
The Future Teachers of America, an
horn, sponsorg Christi Warner, Donna Pipher, Kathy A. Taylor, Rolando
organization open to all students inter-
ested in teaching, provides information
on the educational system of today
through various projects and field trips.
FTA also provides students with know-
ledge of what teaching is all about. This
year, the FTA took a tour of James E
Roberts School for handicapped children
and attended the Area 5 convention at
New Whiteland High School.
KATHY MILLER works with Roberts School pupils.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-FRONT
ROW: Cathy Stuck, Kathleen Beever, Christi
Warner, Kathy Miller, Sally Israel. SECOND
ROW: Beverly Huebner, Gus McClendon, Ro-
lando Quintana, Aletha E. Willner. THIRD
ROW: Mrs. Joan Brown, sponsor: Robert L.
McPherson, Donna Pipher, David M. Houston,
Toni Johnson. NOT PICTURED: Debra San-
ford, Teresa Stokes.
THE FTA sponsors the ticket booth at Mardi
CHESS CLUB-FRONT ROW: Mark Fiddler, Mark Short, Richard Moon-
eyham, Richard Noerr, Rex Mindach, Heathcliff Hart. SECOND ROW:
Byron Stephens, Ron Surenkamp, Richard Wilson, Fred Mindach, Mike
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HISTORY CLUB-FRONT ROW: Betsy Burns, Charles Alexander, Kevin Hook, Char-
Sweet, sponsor: Glenna Heavrin, Kathy Miller, l0!te Alexander.
Roberta Bandy. SECOND ROW: Charles
BETSY SWEET, sponsor, and History Club members Jan Bivens and
Charles Burns admire their Christmas display in the Main.
Surenkamp, David M. Houston, John Kern, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Ron-
ald Sweatt, James Cupp, Irving W. Washington, Thomas Clayton, Duane
Montgomery, Mike Long, Pete Fuhr.
Under the new sponsorship of Betsy
Sweet, Tech's History Club got off to a
big start with members selling booster
buttons celebrating Tech's 60th year as
a high school.
Visiting the Art Museum, displaying
different Christmas customs around the
world, and enjoying a lively ice-skating
party were a few of the many activities
and projects the club undertook this year.
Every Monday afternoon the Tech
Chess Club, sponsored by John Kern,
meets in Room 135 to learn, play, and
enjoy the game of chess. Tech's varsity
chess team is composed of five of the
highest ranking members, rank being de-
termined by points. Early in the season,
the club defeated Broad Ripple and
VISITING TECH GRADUATE Steve Leavell gives tips to chess players at a
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HUMAN RELATIONS COUNCIL-FRONT ROW: Sandra Armes, Pat McKinney, Kathy Taylor, Gail Jones, Carlos Kirk. THIRD ROW: Clifton
Taube, Juanita Froschauer, Karen Senour, Mary Milam, Roberta Bandy, Lovelace, sponsor: Darlene Watts, Doug McDaniel, Kevin Hook, Keith Ar-
Carol Randolph. SECOND ROW: Sharon Pugh, Rolando Quintana, Mark mour, Carl Lowery, Bonnie Cameron.
New semseoly '
School spirit and the organization of
the sophomore class were the main topics
of this year's Human Relations Council.
Members of the group discussed ways of
improving interest in student government,
school sports, and school life in general.
It was felt that students did not re-
ceive enough experience in leadership
during their underclass years, thus ham-
pering the success of the senior year.
Plans to organize the sophomore class,
complete with officers, were begun with
the help of school administrators. In this
way, students would become trained in
the ways of leadership and so make the
senior year much smoother for both of-
ficers and students.
School spirit was another problem cry-
ing for solutions. lt was discovered that
many Juniors did not know the school
song. For the Tech-Ben Davis basketball
game, the Human Relations Council had
the school song printed and distributed in
Council members made their annual
trips to feeder grade schools and also con-
ducted tours of the campus for the visit-
ing eighth graders.
The Council l22 members equally
numbered by race and sexi usually dis-
cusses racial problems as a major concern,
but this year pupil indifference topped
the list. The council, therefore, strove for
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KATHY TAYLOR is amused by an "anti-trash" sign while Kevin Hook looks on and Carol Randolph looks to find a laugh of her own!
ATTENDANCE DEPARTMENT ASSISTANTS-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Rita
Tussey, Kathy Miller, Marlyn McDaniel, Marisa Boggs, Leila Epperson, Mrs.
Louise Creasser. SECOND ROW: Mariane Hannemann, Denise Stiffler,
Michelle Chandler, Fred Mindach, Kristi McKee, Roberta Seats, Gwen Ep-
HEALTH DEPARTMENT ASSISTANTS-FRONT ROW: Cassandra
Gearlds, Evelyn Moore, Robin Wallace, Edna Hall, Connie Taylor, Kerry
McCullough. SECOND ROW: Karen Smith, Starlett Gill, Pamela Evans,
Rose Maxey, Judy Bishop, Dora Harrison. THIRD ROW: Mae Ford,
Beverly Huebner, Vanessa Robinson, Penny Outlaw, Sandra Weber, Louise
Jackson, Pam Waterman.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT ASSISTANTS-FRONT ROW:
Diana Wong, Michelle Tague, Cathy Stuck, Marilyn Williams, Donna Harts-
burg, April Warner. SECOND ROW: Kim Harbin, Jael Perry, Sheila Chap-
man, Cathy Gregory, Barbara Price, Sherri Chapman,Sherry Weiglein, Joy
LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Gertrude Russell, Patricia
Barr, Diane Herrington, Becky Goode, Kathy Richardson, Mark Fiddler,
Bryan Akers, Fran Mcguire, Wanda Dodd.SECOND ROW: Patty Holland,
Regina McChristian, Marguerite Hayes, Jerry Bilman, Dina Eads, Roberta
Bandy, Linda Petrey, Helen Morford, Venus Buses. THIRD ROW: Christi
Banta. THIRD ROW: Marna Coleman, Jackie McCall, Vicki Wright, Rene
Robinson, Geneva Long, Karen June, Cathy Roberts, Mary Wright.
FOURTH ROW: Carol Bennett, Aletha Willner, Brenda Johnson, Pamela
Thomas, Lagenia Scott, Susie Williams, Debra Caldwell, Rhonda Crockett.
Warner, Ron Holloway, Randall Porter, Sandra Zirnheld, Karen Askins,
Buddy Harris, Larry Hayes, Carolyn Marshall, Mussetta Smith, Charles
Burns. FOURTH ROW: Eddie Urban, Sherry Harmon, Debbie Armstrong,
Linda Bruer, Bob DeLoach, Malcom Kirk, Dale Drinnon, Carol Rosebrock,
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MRS. EMMA EVANS demonstrates distillation to her Chemistry Class.
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Keeping up to date on scientific de-
velopments makes a busy Physical Sci-
A current study has been the air-track
principle in eliminating friction of a mov-
ing object. In another experiment a polar-
oid camera made a series of images of a
blinking light to measure the rate of
movement. These experiments have a
practical application and give a better
understanding of daily life.
Basic studies in chemistry, physics and
earth science pointed the way toward the
more advanced courses offered from time
By studying physical science, the pupil
learns about matter and various types of
What can top a heart-tracing booth at
Mardi Gras? Well, something less roman-
tic and more homely might- be an analysis
of tap water. What's in tap water? Ask a
Chemistry-Physics Club member. These
were projects of the club this year.
Meanwhile, Mr. May has been busy
with his next project-constructing a de-
vice to measure brain waves, with pupils
as test subjects.
What it all boils down to is a club with
plenty of challenge, with activity and dis-
cussion to give it an outlet.
MR. MAY'S Advanced Chemistry Class studies compounds through a spectroscope.
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PHYSICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Pauline Evans. SECOND ROW: Steven Smith, John Kern, James May, Allen
Caldwell, Louis D. Allen, department head: Bruce Turney, Mrs. Erma Smith, Richard Dykeman.
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MAKING LIGHTNING can be "shocking"
MR. DY KEMAN'S class discover the wonders of making rubber. discovers Chemistry Physics Club'
CHEMISTRY-PHYSICS CLUB-FRONT ROW: Linda Sue Phillips, Rich- Dave Reneau. SECOND ROW: David M. Houston, Victor L. Marshall,
ard G. Mooneyham, Carol Rosebrock, Helen Wakeman, De De Deatrick, Mike Long, James May, sponsor: Peter Fuhr, Mike Surenkamp.
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"SO THAT'S lT!", Dawn Price exclaims, with
help from Mr. Collins.
BRAD DYKES, Earl Hopkins, and Joe VanBlaricum are introduced to bacteria culture in Advanced
There are no astounding new methods
in the Biological Science Department.
Just a lot of straight talk that is leading
John Farley and his staff toward their
goal. Every day, when you pick up a
newspaper, you'll find at least one article
on starvation, pollution, and the increase
of population, and so on. These are the
big problems of today and tomorrow.
What can we do about them? "Before you
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BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Robert J. Orth, Mrs. Mercedes Guess, John Wythe
Afihul' Kll'Sh, RlCi'13fd Allefl. ROWS Roy Teffeli, John Farleyldepaftment head: David
Hon, Robert Collins, G. W. Howard, Mrs. Ruth D. Shannon.
find a solution for any problem,you must
understand it. Then when you find a solu-
tion you must make sure it is foolproof,
that it will create no new problems. That
is what we are trying to do in our depart-
ment. We research problems and possible
solutions. Before you take a stand on that
newspaper article, you must understand
everything involved. We feel it is impor-
tant that you learn about all living things
and especially what is going on inside of
you, so you can take care of yourself and
others," said Mr. Farley.
Whether it's a fetal pig's liver or a
frog's spleen, you'll get a piece of the ac-
tion if you're taking a class in the Biologi-
cal Science Department. Most students
agree that after that first plunge into the
formaldehyde, a whole new world opens
ROBERTA BANDY prepares a live mount for microscopic study.
ROBERT MCPHERSON prepares a gourmet meal for some bacilli. Q-,REGG SMITH studies a culture from his petri dish
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Business Nlath, Algebra I-IV, General
Math, Geometry, Probability and Statis-
tics, Unified lVlath-the list of subjects of-
fered by Tech's Mathematics department
is long and varied. This year, math teach-
ers were surprised at the number of stu-
dents who elected to take or continue the
study of arithmetic. There was such a
large number, two new teach-ers had to be
added to the staff and more classes in
each area created.
Students in the Math Department also
continued to excel, and Tech sent, as it
does nearly every year, its best math
scholars to the IUPUI math contest.
The department and the school suf-
fered a loss when Carl Corbin, a Tech
graduate and a math teacher since 1946
at Tech, passed away November 8, 1972.
He was truly devoted to Techy one of the
many activities in which he was involved
was the coaching of students for state
math contests. The ideas for which he
stood-loyalty to Tech and devotion to
work and to people, among many others-
will continue to inspire students and
HE LPING MR. GLOVER figure his way through some math problems are Paul Daniels, Steve Baxter
and Donald Fuqua.
SANDRA WESTER decides to attack her math problems without the help of lVlr. Robinson, who is busy with another student, Richard Noerr.
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MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Thelma Morse,
Mrs. Louise Ridley, Mrs. Elizabeth Chohany, William Wheeler, Richard
Glover, Jim Brown, department head, S. Hafize Shah. SECOND ROW:
Ireland, Sonja Hancock.
Mrs. Judy Feigert, Mrs. Madora Walker, Leon Elder, Don Robinson, Alice
Purvis, Mrs. Marian Strickland. THIRD ROW: Carl H. Corbin,
Marilyn Hoffman, Nancy Spinks, Arnold Lehman, Charles Walter,
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Tech received a new instructor due to
the loss of SFC Ed Colley who trans-
ferred to Arlington High School. Master
Sgt. William Oliver instructs the freshman
classes and heads the ROTC Rifle Team.
This year Tech received its first WAC
instructor of ROTC. She is 1fSgt. Marion
Crawford, who served with the WAC de-
tatchment at Ft. Sheridan. She served for
a little over twenty years with time in
Vietnam and retired from active duty in
1969. She now instructs two freshman
At the close of the June '72 semester,
Judy Crabtree, sponsor of Tech's ROTC,
was chosen among 150 sponsors through-
out the city as the city brigade sponsor.
Judy's duties were to attend all city drill
meetings and help conduct plans for the
two coming years. She was accompanied
by LTC. Don B. Clark. The first drill
meet was held on October 14.
1SG Marion Crawford
HCfLt.C Judy Crabtree, city brigade sponsor
COLOR GUARD-HClLt.C Judy Crabtree, C!lSG Earl Schmitz, CllVlaj Kenneth Nichols, CXSFC Jack Tapp,
C!Cpl Lance Whitfield.
This year's coed class was the largest in
the history of Tech ROTC with an enroll-
ment of 120. The freshman girls had
separate classes, but upperclass girls were
assigned with boys taking the same course
The Girls Drill Team acquired new
bright green uniforms this year. Early in
the season they indoctrinated three new
members and engaged in a series of drill
The Color Guard performed at many
functions, again proving their patriotism
and good citizenship. Along with the usu-
al commitments at football games, they
marched in parades and appeared at PTA
GIRLS DRILL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Cpl
Starlett Gill, HC!2Lt Patricia Wilson, HClCpt
Sue Annette Harding. SECOND ROW: SfSgt
Janice Bivens, PFC Kim Dupree, PFC Meta
Massie. THIRD ROW: Sgt Anita McDonald,
HC!2Lt Vickey Booker, Sgt Billie Doty.
FOURTH ROW: CO HCXCPT Katria Whitfield.
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RIFLE TEAM-FRONT ROW: C!2Lt David Mathis, ClMaj Joe Little, C!2Lt Chester Pettis. SECOND ROW: HC!Cpt Gloria Rios, Cl2Lt James West, CISFC
Jack Tapp, CISFC Michael Dove.
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The Tech Rifle Team shot it out with
many schools this year, demonstrating
army marksmanship at its best.
A possible 300 point score is every
cadet's highest hope.
This year the Drill Team has per-
formed in meets which demonstrate team
work in precision, in step, and in the
knowledgable art of spinning an M-14.
The team is headed by C!Maj Joe Lit- fb
tle, and the instructor in charge is MSgt
BOYS DRILL TEAM-FRONT ROW: CfCpt ,VX
Brian Morris, ClCpt John Parker, C!Cpt Hillard
Hahn, SECOND ROW: HIC Cpt Teresa Grant,
Drill Team Sponsor, C!2Lt Robert Hamilton,
C!Msg John Heavrin, C!Maj Joe Little. THIRD
ROW: C!2Lt Chester Pettis, C!2Lt Von Means,
Cl2Lt David Mathis. Not Pictured: Cl2Lt Roy
GlRLS ROTC SPONSORS-FRONT ROW: HC!Cpt Teresa Grant,
HC!2Lt, Vicki Chalifoux, HC!2Lt Janice Bivens, 1Lt USAR Janice D.
Cooper, Faculty Advisor. SECOND ROW: HC!Cpt Gloria Rios, HCl2Lt
Vickey Booker, HC!2Lt Patricia Wilson, HC!2Lt Teresa Stokes. THIRD
ROW: HC!2Lt Bonnie Cameron, HC!Cpt Katria Whitfield, HC!Cpt Sue
SGT. STEVE DAVIS AND SGT. CINDY BROWN stand at attention While
HC! Lt.C Judy Crabtree inspects.
ROTC OFFICERS-FRONT ROW: ClCpt Brian Morris, Cl2Lt Von Means, ClCpt Mark Brooks,
ClMaj Joe Little. SECOND ROW: C!Cpt Lynn Taylor, C!Cpt John Parker, ClCpt Hillard Hahn,
Cl2Lt Kim Brown. THIRD ROW: C!Lt Ray Hamition, C!2Lt James West, Cl2Lt Darrel Feltner,
Cl2Lt Lawrence Hicks. FOURTH ROW: Cl2Lt Chester Pettis, Cl2Lt David Mathis, ClMaj Kenneth
Nichols, Cl2Lt Robert Hamilton.
ROTC Sponsors this year took pride in
their instructional program headed by
Sgt. Crawford. To qualify as a sponsor, a
coed must be able to take orders and have
This year the ROTC Battalion was led
by C!Maj Joe Little and assisted by CfMaj
Ken Nichols. They were helped by their
lt was a great year with slight mention
of the Officers vs NCO's football game:
Officers 49-NCO's 7.
This year Tech held its annual Military
Ball off campus, at the new Indiana Con-
vention Center on March 23. It was an
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head projector a few points about career planning.
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Business Edu pupils begtw
The Business Education Department
this year has a new program called Ca-
reers. The program enables a freshman to
take twelve classes in a semester. They
have bookkeeping, typing, and consumer-
ism the first part of the semester. The last
part they have data processing, secretarial
practice, and merchandising. In all these
classes they actually get to type, use the
computer, make sales speeches and do
The Business Education Department in
the future has planned a laboratory for
seniors, so that they can polish up the
skills they have learned in their four years
at Tech. This program requires a new
room and new equipment. This program
is expected to start the fall semester of
BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Felisha Edwards, Mrs. Gwendolyn
Ohmit, Mrs. Annabelle Adams, Mrs. Cheryl A. McVay, Mrs. Virginia Jackson, Alice M. Johnson. SEC-
OND ROW: M. Turpin Davis, Keith Kuck, Mrs. Louistine Fields, Joyce L. Freeman, department head:
Mrs. Ann G. Cummins, Mrs. Marjorie C. Parker. THIRD ROW: Ellen Martin, William Guess, Ror
Hoke, Michael R. Cecil, Dave George, Mrs. Lois Frye, Mrs. Delsie Shoemaker.
DECA-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Delsie Shoemaker, sponsor: Pam Sapp, Deb- Booker, Brian Morris, Dissree Goliday, Larry Ross. THIRD ROW: Pamela
by Hartsburg, Vicki Harris, Jenny Lupas, Barbara Lewis, Toni Corsaro. Sherrill, Larry Lawless, Grady Hardiman, Claude Harper, Marcos Russell,
SECOND ROW: Pam Russell, Annette Hall, Darlene Kennedy, Vicky Marvin Sizemore, Constance L. Lee.
Business . skills
Distributive Education is a high school
program which prepares a person for a ca-
reer in the field of merchandising and
marketing of goods and services. The
seniors in DE attend school in the morn-
ings and work in the afternoons. Their
classwork is related to their jobs. They
are rated by their employers and receive
two credits. One credit is for classwork
and the other for the job. There is also a
junior DE class for those juniors inter-
ested in taking it. Although the juniors
don't have jobs, they can learn how DE
operates. DE is a successful organization
in which students can earn and learn.
"Where did you file that letter from
Peachy-keen Fruit, lnc.? Say, hasn't any-
one ever shown you how to put in a new
typewriter ribbon? My face can't have
carbon on it, when I'm a regular Mr.
These situations may not come up in
the office where you work or plan to
work, you can bet your steno pad,
though, that if they did, an Industrial
Cooperative Training student would
know how to handle them.
There is nothing like on-the-job experi-
ance to bridge the gap between school
and the working world. ICT pupils may
work as many as 25 hours a week, or as
few as 15, punching a time clock and get-
ting a paycheck from one of the sixteen
Indianapolis companies involved in the
Most ICT pupils do not plan to go to
college but may continue after graduation
with careers already begun.
ICT-FRONT ROW: M. E. Holmes, sponsor, Debbie Thorman, Floyd
Benberry, Michael West, Joyce Moore, David Holman, Barbara Perry,
Deborah Johnson, Margaret New. SECOND ROW: Michael Watson, James
Via, Billy Palmore, Steve Herrington, Jeff Ward, Paul Johnson, Jim Under-
wood, Steven L. Cook. THIRD ROW: Jimmie Spivey, Jerome Rimmer,
George Evans, Dennis Lawrence, Richard Gibson, Mark Zachery, John
Drake, Bill Wilson, Samuel Jones.
COOPERATIVE O F F I C E EDUCATION-
FRONT ROW: Patti Bleier, Pamela Roberts,
Emilie Frost, Jackie Carson, Adriann Buckner.
SECOND ROW: Theresa Herrington, Kim Mc-
Manama, Ruth McCIanahan, Paula Greenwell.
COE lCooperative Office Educationl
is a course for seniors only. Students who
want to work in an office as typists,
clerk-typists, general office clerks, clerk
stenographers or bookkeepers may en-
roll in the course, taught by Mr. Ronald
Hoke. Secretarial and data processing po-
sitions also are offered. This year was the
first year for COE here at Tech.
Students normally work on the job a
minimum of 15 hours weekly, Monday
through Friday, and attend classes at
least half the day. A major portion of
employment is during the regular school
COE enables Techites to get iobs and receive
Christine Ratcliff. THIRD ROW: April Whits-
man, Vicky Tisdial, Carol Hammer, Millie
Bland, Jean Miller, Ron Hoke, COE Coordina-
day. Students become members of the
business organization's staff of employees
on a parttime basis, receiving regular
wages. COE has 15 students.
OEA lOffice Education Associationl
celebrated its first anniversary this year.
Club membership consists of business
teachers, businessmen of the community
and students who have decided upon
business as their vocational career. OEA
is open to all students and meets only
once a month to hear the talks of promi-
TECH STUDENTS prepare key punched cards
for the computer.
OFFICE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION- E. Morris, Edward Dunstan, Ron Hoke, spon-
FRONT ROW: Donna Rhudy, John Hawn, sorg Marvin D. Sizemore, Kim McManama, Ruth
Gus McCIendon, Paula Greenwell, Jean Miller, McClanahan.
Marguerite Goergen. SECOND ROW: Brian
RUBY RICHARDSON and Janet Robinson enjoy their own private joke in Paula Lopossa's House
Plan English class. ln the background are Sherry Beaumont, Denise Stiffler, Clarence Payne and Ken-
Students find a new home in the
House Plan. Consisting of freshmen, soph-
omores, and juniors, the House Plan be-
gan in the spring of 1971 with 400 stu-
dents. Since, it has grown to 700 stu-
dents, 13 teachers, one counselor, one
secretary and House head, John Miner.
All House Plan roll rooms begin with 600
and go A-P omitting l and O.
The House Plan is an attempt to per-
sonalize school students with teachers
and administration, and so far, according
to Mr. Miner, it seems to have been a
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HOUSE PLAN-FRONT ROW: Rita Corrado, Robert Orth, Mrs. Judy Feigert, Robert F. Ford, Ebert
W. Smith, Mrs. Cheryl A. McVay. SECOND ROW: Patricia Commons, Alice Purvis, John Miner, house
head, Paula E. Lopossa, Charles E. Harry, Mrs. Marilyn Hoffman, Craig Roberts.
MIKE SANDERS, Barn Project pupil, adjusts
the camera to take student ID photos.
STUDENTS STAND around their House Plan
English teacher Craig Roberts.
EBERT SMITH a House Plan teacher has his-
tory in the round with his students.
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DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONAL TRAINING lBarn Projectlz Charles Kocher, Lowell McCarty,WiI-
liam St. Stewart, William Berger, Lewis A. Marshall, Mrs. Meriam Oldham.
What's going on in the Barn these
days? DOT lDiversified Occupational
Trainingl Industries has its production
and sales headquarters there. The activity
taking place is essential education de-
signed to teach a skill that will place the
hand-picked pupils on the job market.
Four periods of work earn two credits,
with time left over for earning academic
The products are jewelry boxes,
Christmas wreaths, billy clubs for security
guards and ID cards for all Tech Students.
ROTC personnel patronize DOT for name
tags. Other products are rubber stamps,
laminations, lamps, and saw-horses.
Workers punch a time clock and other-
wise simulate the working conditions of
the adult economic world. The Tech pro-
ject is one of half a dozen in the nation.
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Home Economics Department-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Ruth Stafford, Mrs. Jane Snow, Mrs. Natalie B. Ransom, Mrs. Marian Moore, department head Mrs
Elva Wignall, Mrs. Mary Woolford, Mrs. Carrol Rose. SECOND ROW: Marguerite Hardy, Mrs. Odessa Hill, Mrs. Corrine Seelye, Mrs. Sherron Horstman Mrs
Wyolene Cody, Mrs. Patricia Amend.
New programs abounded in the Home
Economics department this year as more
and more girls entered the world of
cooking and home-making. One of these
new programs was entitled The World of
Work Program and was an introduction to
jobs relating to home economics. lt in-
volved several areas-food handling, and
services, child care, clothing care, health
occupations, and personal services.
Mrs. Marian Moore began another proj-
ect, in which she visited elementary
schools 68 and 89 in order to counsel
next year's freshman girls on choosing
home economics classes for their high
Classes offered by the department in-
cluded Foods I-IV, Clothing I-Vl, Hous-
ing and Management, Child Development,
Social Arts, Family Living, and Commer-
The Home Ec. Department also per-
formed several school services during the
year. Home Ec. students were responsible
for the cooking and serving of meals on
special occasions, for guests of the school.
They prepared coffee and desert for the
visitors from different colleges during
Tech's College Day.
During the second semester, the cloth-
ing classes received visits from repre-
sentatives from Power's Modeling School
and from the Social Health Organization.
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MRS. CODY supervises the clean-up of one of her foods classes.
MRS. AMEND emphasizes a point to her Family Living class.
GIRL SCOUTS-FRONT ROW: Patricia Barr,
Helen Wakeman, Rhonda Hazelton, Debbie
Frank SECOND ROW: Cindy Swisher, Peggy
Smith, Karin Rader, Michelle Chandler.
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Prayer Circle, for a few students, is the
best way to start the day. Sometimes it
brightens the outlook to share a few
moments of scripture and conversational
prayer before going to classes.
This voluntary group is the only club
on campus that meets daily.
They sometimes go swimming in De-
cember. Who? The Girl Scouts at Tech
this year. Troop 775 is a first at Tech
with Mrs. Zoearline Davis as sponsor.
They had a bake sale at Lafayette Square
in the fall and made S20.00. They sold
brownies, candy, and cupcakes.
This summer the Scouts plan to have a
Camp-a-Ree for cadets and seniors for all
the girls in Indianapolis. Just this last
summer they spent three days and two
nights on an Ohio River boat, and had
loads of fun cruising. They are a very ac-
Y-Teens is a form of Girls Clubs spon-
sored by the YMCA. lt's an organization
to promote the idea that all teen-agers are
not bad. They meet Thursdays after
school in room 367. Mary Marthin spon-
sors the group of ten or eleven girls. At
Christmas they went caroling at nursing
and adoption homes. ln the spring they
began to sell make-up as a money making
project. They have sold happy face but-
tons and keyrings. They have a lot of out-
ings and parties. The YWCA also gives
them free swimming lessons.
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Hancock, sponsor: Carol Rosebrock, Ann Ford. NOT PICTURED: John Hawn, Sharon Graves,
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Y-TEENS-FRONT ROW: lzera McAfee, Pamela Dowdy, Connie Taylor, Joni Proffitt. SECOND
ROW: Donna Rowe, Mary Marthin, sponsor: Vicky Meadors. NOT PICTURED: Bonnie Bell, Janet
Waterford, Pamela Thomas, Diane Murphy, Toni Johnson, Toni Bell, Sharon Young.
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Did you ever buy any good sweets
from "Ye Olde Sweet Shoppe" at the
Tech Mardi Gras? lf you did, you can
thank the Service Club for making all
those good things.
Service Club is a group of people who
want to help serve the school and the
community. Judith McBride sponsors the
club which meets every other Tuesday in
the Senior Office.
At Christmas the members visited the
Marion County Home and had a party
there for the older generation. They also
helped the East Side Council of Churches
distribute food to the needy families.
Among their other activities, the club
sold booster buttons and mums for
Homecoming, and in February they had
a Valentine's Day Tea. Later in the spring
they held a spirit slogan contest and a
clean-up campus campaign.
A world outlook inspired Red Cross
girls this year to correspond with service-
men and to send them care packages.
They also exchanged friendship boxes
with other Red Cross girls around the
Closer to home, they collected books
for the Red Cross Book Mobile and had
a spring food drive. Their Christmas pro-
ject was to dress Christmas dolls provided
by Red Cross headquarters and to distri-
bute them to children.
sponsor Ellen Eads rounded out the
year s program
Parties, such as an open house for the
SERVICE CLUB-FRONT ROW: Cathy Stuck, Marsha Feltner, Dorothea Lancaster, Jackie Haines
Kim Harbin. SECOND ROW: Judith McBride, sponsor: Sandra Armes, Andrea Brinkley, Denise Stif-
fler, Sherry Harmon, Marisa Boggs. THI RD ROW: Cora West, Teresa L. Stokes, Doreen Martin, Eliza-
beth MacBain, Tim Morse, Nancy Eaton, Dawn Price.
RED CROSS CLUB-FRONT ROW: Joni Proffitt, Jackie Haines, Dina L. Eads, Paula Greenwell, An-
drea Brinkley, Diane Murphy, Kathy Godwin. SECOND ROW: Jean Miller, Cora West. Carol Rose-
brock, Nancy Eaton, Leisa Hayden, Doreen Martin, E. Ellen Eads, sponsor. NOT PICTU RED, Debbie
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members is supervised by Ellen Eads, sponsor. to discuss various ways of helping Tech and the
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The Junior Council, sponsored by
Robert Orth, consists of 11 members
chosen by the Junior Class. The Council
tackles the job of raising money for the
annual Junior Prom. Ways which have
proved successful toward this goal are
dances and carwashes. Meetings are held
every Monday morning the X hour. From
these meetings result the well-planned
fund raising projects. The Council works
hard all year to enable them to say that
their Junior Prom was the best ever!
JUNIOR COUNCIL members fight to keep awake at one of their early Monday morning sessions.
JUNIOR COUNCIL-FRONT ROW: Paula Batts, Mary Wheeler, Leisa
Hayden, Cathy Stuck, Margaret Brown, Robert Orth, sponsor. SECOND
JUNIOR HONORS-FRONT ROW: Delois Phillips, Marie Pierce, Ruth
Mitchell, Vicki Wright, Rhonda Hughes, Susie Hill. SECOND ROW: Mar-
gie Turner, Katria Whitfield, Debbie Rhoads, Charlotte Alexander, Marcia
ROW: Marna Coleman, James West, Donald Owens, Deborrah Richardson,
Karen Smith. NOT PICTU RED: Connie Tucker.
McDaniel, Levinia Wright. THIRD ROW: Ralph Howard, Sharon Jenkins,
Bradford W. Dykes, Roland A. Wiley, Carl Cooper, Charles Alexander.
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SAO BOARD-FRONT ROW: Wanda Jones, Janell Price. THIRD ROW: Debbie Rhoads,
Kim Harbin,Anita Huber,Sandra Armes, Kathy Connie Tucker. Keith AVFTWOUF, Sam Heffefa.
Miller. SECOND ROW: Dina Eads, Jeff Ligen
felter, Carol Rosebrock, Patricia K. Taube,
EXERCISE IN KNOWLEDGE-FRONT ROW: Wesley J. Murphy, sponsor: Charles Alexander,
Kathy Miller, alternate: Charlotte Alexander, Kevin Hook,John Hawn.
Marguerite Goergen, alternate. SECOND ROW:
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the Mardi Gras.
The purpose of the 30 year old Stu-
dent Affairs Organization is to serve as a
link between the students, faculty, and
the administration. The SAO also spon-
sors and or promotes student activities.
Some of their accomplishments were the
painting of the school seal on the gym
floor, three booths at the Mardi Gras in-
cluding "The Big Splash", which was a
big hit, and a Pep Session at the opening
of the basketball season. These are just a
few of the many events that the SAO
sponsors. Three members from each class
are elected to the SAO Executive Board,
and one member from each roll room is
elected as a representative. The future
plans of the SAO are to keep coming up
with successful ideas and improving Tech.
It was a disappointing season for
Tech's Exercise in Knowledge team as
they fell to Decatur Central in their first
match by a score of 46-36. The team held
its own, though, when, at one time dur-
ing the match, they led by 10 points. The
show was televised by Channel 13 on
Sunday, November 5, 1972 and taped on
the Tuesday afternoon before.
SOPHOMORE HONORS-FRONT ROW:
Hope Stevenson, Jan Berry, Betty Spears, Joyce
Brewer, Pat Hamilton, Shelley Hacker. SEC-
OND ROW: Leisel Strohschein, Cora West,
Pamela Thomas, Lou Wanna Benns, Patsy Mur-
ray, Heddy Hampl. THIRD ROW: James Jor-
dan, Mark Short, John Parks, Ronnie Pate, Pete
Fuhr. NOT PICTURED: Jael Perry, Phyllis
Whitney, Keith Armour, Jodi Rady, William
Pupils returning to Tech last fall were
greeted by an unfamiliar set of letters
IPSCEC. What do they mean? They are
the initials of the new Indianapolis Public
Schools Career Education Center located
on the Tech campus.
Last April the Indianapolis School
Board gave final approval to the plan, and
lthel Shoemaker was appointed as the
first director. lOther administrators are
shown on page 142.l
The ultimate goal of career education
is to prepare each student that graduates
from a high school either to enter an oc-
cupation for which he is trained, or to go
on to higher education or further techni-
At present, nearly 50 teachers and
2,265 students make up the center. Most
Indianapolis high schools are represented
in the student body. Pupils from other
schools receive their career training at the
center but retain their identity with their
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUC-
TION, John Laughlin, touring the career center
facilities, lends a hand to an auto mechanics
INDIANAPOLIS PUBLIC SCHOOL CAREER EDUCATION CENTER-
FRONT ROW: Clyde J. Armel, business manager, Mrs. Gwendolyn Ohmit,
Robert W. Smith, lthel Shoemaker, director, Sam Dudkowski, pupil per-
sonnel services, Fred Keller, Oral E. Henderson, Mrs. Ruth Stafford, Harold
Elliot, assistant director. SECOND ROW: David Cruser, John C. Hill, Wil-
lian Tremp, James K. Gilliland. THIRD ROW: Spencer E. Tuttle, Robert
E. Crooke, John P. Mullenax, head of Introduction to lndustry, Gary
Mashino, John Tincher, Terry C. Yeagley, Dan S. Malone, John M. Wil-
liams, Clifford R. Allen. FOURTH ROW: Burney S. Jackson, H. R. Van
Der Maerl, Clif-ton Lovelace, M. O. Woods, industrial coordinator, Wil-
Iiam Guess, director of data processing, Norman L. Brinker, industrial
coordinator, Charles H. Hylton, Paul E. Oscarson, Jack King. FIFTH ROW:
Harold Deem, Dewaine Metcalf, Howard E. Beall, William E. Sharp, Wil-
liam Berger, Lewis Pence, Cyril Stock, F. Doug Thompson, Frederick T.
Miessen, Robert Bulthaup, Ernest H. Holmes,director of ICT and employ-
ADVANCED COMPUTER PROGRAMMING pupils adopt a career outlook.
Some are now working on the COE program. Margaret Goergen, Ben
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Computer Programming, Computer
Operations, and Key Punch all come un-
der the heading of Data Processing, an-
other department of the extensive Career
Center. There are approximately 135 stu-
dents enrolled in Data Processing courses,
including those students from other
schools such as, George Washington
Northwest, Broad Ripple and Howe. No
further training is needed before Data
Processing students qualify for the dif-
ferent jobs available to them once they
have completed the course here at Tech.
Some of the Data Processing students
now work in offices under the COE.
Commercial Foods is a class where
students can learn to be chefs, wait-
tresses, cooks, bus boys, caterers, and
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many more. Students are taught to go in-
to the food industry. To get into Com-
mercial Foods a pupil must be in his
third semester and have good attendance.
The class lasts four periods and is a two-
credit course. Commercial Foods does
part of the cooking for the school cafe-
teria, and they cook special lunches for
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latest equipment. Sidney Zackery, Carolyn Hutcherson, Sandra Barnett, Cecilia Henderson.
Over two hundred students and six
teachers comprise one of the "building
blocks" of the Tech Building Trades De-
This department offers courses to any
student who has completed an Introduc-
tion to Industry class and who wishes to
continue into one of the areas covered by
building trades-Cabinet Making, Carpen-
try, Masonry Plumbing, or Painting and
HELPING with the plumbing are Jay Stinson,
Doug Debuer, and Terry Corn.
KEVIN WISLON and Stan Jones work with wood in Cabinet Making.
SHEET METAL is iust one of the many areas of Building Trades.
DANNY DILLEHAY enjoys working in the Building Trades Department.
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brighten Indianapolis. The welding shop
made snowflakes of thin metal tubing for
the Christmas trees on the Circle down-
town, and the sheet metal shop made
donation pots for the Salvation Army.
Tech's Metal Trades Department is
divided into five areas: foundry,
machine shop, pattern making, sheet
metal, and welding. Each year the Metal
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several thousand dollars by repairing
school property, such as lawn mowers,
and shop and biology stools.
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furnace in their foundry class.
"You can train a monkey to hang onto
won't know what he's
molds our Auto and
a wrench, but he
doing." A simple
erb such as this
Aviation Trades Department into an ef-
ficient training center for our future
professional mechanics. Auto Trades, a 2
period, 1 credit class, prepares any stu-
dent for a high paying professional job.
How can this be done in just the allotted
class time? With professional training and
patience any student can learn to as-
semble any car and dismantle it again.
And with a little extra time and patience
a class can refurbish a whole airplane.
Don't you think a high paying profession-
al job is worth the extra time and effort?
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KEVIN WHITE uses his painting skill in aviation class.
AUTO TRADES TEACHER William Trent watches as Ricky Evans and a
fellow student practice their "tuning up" know-how.
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BYRON RICHARDSON takes a look at some
equipment in his refrigeration class at 10:39
Tech's Electrical Trades Department
can't be beat when it comes to vocational
courses. A student can choose anything
from Basic Electricity to Heating, Air
Conditioning and Commercial Refrigera-
tion if he is interested in electronics. The
courses are open to girls as well as boys,
of the approximately one hundred stu-
dents enrolled in the department, how-
ever, Linda Phillips claimed the honor of
being the only girl.
One of the more interesting and dif-
ferent courses offered is Radio and Tele-
vision, vvhich teaches students the ser-
vicing and repair of several types of
radio and television sets.
Tech has more courses to offer in
electricity than any high school in the
city, and several students from other
schools enrolled in these courses to learn
as much as they could in this interesting
WA LTER JOHNSON shows his ability to work with the linotype.
Radio . . . .
Graphic communications, or printing
in layman terms, now consists of ten dif-
ferent types of classes, ranging from Cam-
era to IBIVI. According to Clyde Armel,
department head, printing is a dynamic
field, continuously changing and progres-
Printing is another division of the
Career Center, where students from other
schools may come to Tech to have the
opportunity to learn in Tech's extensive
shop classes, and return to their own
schools for the academic courses re-
Other classes offered in graphic com-
munications are Printing Design, Offset l-
IV, Linotype, Printing l-Vlll, Related
Graphic Arts, CANNON Production, and
JERRY LUND, Phil Gates, and Walter Johnson work with the printing of the newspaper, THE
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The introduction of the Career Center
located on the Tech Campus, brought
new emphases to career education. New
course offerings in Introduction to lndus-
try presented work in drawing, construc-
tion, electricity, graphics, metals and
MR. JACKSON helps a student with his drafting assignment.
A project of a practical nature was
exemplified by a psychedelic lamp de-
signed by senior George Williams in De
Wayne Metcalf's Machine Drafting Class.
Mr. Metcalf and John Williams are the
Career Center's vocational drafting teach-
ers. Additional courses offered at the Ca-
reer Center are Mechanical Drawing I, ll,
Ill, and IV, Machine Drafting I-Vl, and
Architectural Drafting I-Vl. Pupils can
earn a vocational certificate in the de
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and Marna Coleman fill Room 640 with the
SOUND OF MUSIC.
Tech's Music Department sounded off
with the production of THE MUSIC
MAN, a musical by Meredith Willson. The
planning of the musical started at the
beginning of the school year and con-
tinued till the night of the performance
in April. Any student could audition.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Judy Shattuck: departmental assistant: Mrs. Loesje
Mendel, Mrs. Sheila Young. SECOND ROW: Edward Evans, Ron Nobles,William Moon: department
head, Richard Switzer, William Tatum.
The parts were given by talent and ability
and not by class.
Early in the year candy sales provided
new outfits for the various groups. Ticket
sales covered the cost of the musical.
In the spring the Techoir, augmented
by other groups, produced an LP record-
ing in place of the traditional Christmas
Too late to be in the 1972 yearbook,
the Music Department production of
OKLAHOMA in March, 1972, thrilled
audiences with lively music and dance.
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GIRLS CONCERT CLUB-FRONT ROW: Sherry Quinn, Sandra Carpen-
ter, April Warner, Hope Stevenson, Samantha Overton, Kim Harbin, Sherry
Buckley, Theresa Hampton, Christina Chastain. SECOND ROW: Jan Ber-
ry, Cheryl Cooper, Susie Williams, Ann Bailey, Kathy Miller, Lisa Hayden,
Sheila Tenner, Cathy Drass. THIRD ROW: Cosette Goodrum, Valerie
Scruggs, Clara Buckley, Cynthia Graves, Carol Robinson, Miriam Smith,
Trina Smith, Mary Ann Hanneman. FOURTH ROW: Julie Lewis, La Don-
na Smith, Sheree Canaday, Marlene Grayson, Jackie Dickerson, Cathy
Jones, Dawn Price, Cora West, Debbie Morford, Mary Edwards. FIFTH
ROW: Carolyn Jackson, Sheila Randolph, Alice Lee, Debbie Wiggington,
Autumn Blakely, Terry Funke, Andrea Brinkley, Robin Wallace.
clubs get abtogetlwfv aw "72"
MEMBERS of the Boy's Concert Club laugh and sing it up while sitting in one of their favorite classes.
FIRST ROW: Charles Howard, Michael Woodson, Michael Simmons, and Richard Suhre. SECOND
ROW: Steve Harris, Phillip Miller, Steve Folson.
BOYS CONCERT CLUB-FRONT ROW: Steven Harris, Michael Simmons, Richard Guiden, David
Houston, Michael Murphy, Lawrence Yarrell, Steven Folson. SECOND ROW: Bruce Petree, Robert
McPherson, Charles Howard, Phillip Miller, Michael Woodson. THIRD ROW: Rolando Quintana,
Charles Southern, Danny Boone, Richard Suhre, Phil Higgenbottom, Randy Biech, Bill Bottoms.
William Tatum, director at piano.
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SEATED: Margo Woods, Leisa Hayden, Dawn Price, Sherry Quinn. STANDING: Cathy Drass, Kim
Harbin, April Warner, Kathy J. Miller, Carol Robinson.
Male opinion was practically unani-
mous "There ls Nothing Like a Dame"
So went the trend in Boys Concert Club
as the choral group sang its way through
a fun year.
For the first time they participated in
the Tech Music Department's musical
THE MUSIC MAN. They also represent-
ed the school in various contests such as
the Spring Festival in which they gave a
commanding performance. This year the
Boys Concert Club has really been on the
Membership in this exciting singing
group is by audition. Like to join? During
your spare time, ask for William Tatum
Busy, busy, busy, best describes this
year for the Girl's Concert Club and spon-
sor, William Moon. After the hassle in-
volved in getting their dresses, the group
was busy preparing for Christmas in the
Round. Later in the year they performed
in the All-City Girls Concert Festival. Fin-
ally they wrapped up their year with the
Pop Concert in which they performed
with the Symphonic Band.
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BOYS OCTETTE-Douglas Dickson, Greg Boid, Charles Black, Samantha Overtong accompanist, Kevin Hook, John Happersberger, Mark McKinney, Fred
Mindach, David Wallen.
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Keeping with what could be called a
tradition, the Girls Ensemble sold pop-
corn at the Mardi Gras, and it seems that
their schedule was really popping. Per-
formances at Open House, Brookside
United Methodist Church, St. Peter's
Lutheran Church, and Lafayette Square
were just a few of the many programs the
girls gave. Christmas brought a party at
the home of pianist and director Mrs.
Loesje Mendel. The girls got their sound
together and made it an enjoyable year
for those who heard them.
As students in 7th hour lunch shov-
eled dovvn their food, the Boys Octette
gathered in Boom 632 and used the pe-
riod to practice such songs as THIS
GUYS IN LOVE WITH YOU, BLACK
AND WHITE, THE BIRTH OF THE
BLUES, AND SOMETIMESI FEEL LIKE
A MOTHERLESS CHILD. Lafay-
ette Square was the setting for the
Octette's first Christmas performance,
with several other programs following.
The members really enjoyed the per-
formances and effectively conveyed the
enjoyment to the audience.
GIRLS ENSEMBLE-Anita Huber, Linda Akers, Sherry Weiglein, Teresa Stokes, Kathy Coons, Marna Coleman, Mrs. Loesje Mendel, director, Mary Beatty,
Beth Chambers, Debbie Jackson, Marcia McDaniel, Marie Pierce, Wanda Dodd.
DARLENE SPARKS and Jeff Ward fight thirst at the Mardi Gras.
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Tech's oldest musical group, the Melo-
dayres, along with five other groups in
the Music Department, cut the first stereo
album at Tech. The new album replaced
the annual Christmas record.
Melodayres usually performs tra-
ditional songs but also includes some
pop and religious numbers in its reper-
toire. Audiences that enjoyed the sweet
sounds of this mixed group were the
Knights of Columbus and personnel at
the Fort Harrison Christmas pany.
The group also participated in the
spring concert, and members appeared in
Girls looked appealing in baby blue
formalsg the boys wore tuxedos with blue
Old or new, what this group has is
unique quality, the ability to please not
just the young, but older audiences as
well. This was their purpose all year as
they became seasoned performers.
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MELODAYRES-FRONT ROW: Linda Troxell, Patricia A. White, Anna SECOND ROW: Lynn Taylor, Dennis Sipf, Jeffrey Ward, David Bulling-
Young, Debra Lane, Rhonda Crockett, Darlene Sparks, Brenda Troxell. ton, Thom M. West, Carl L. King, Tony Jackson.
TECHOIR-FRONT ROW: Eli Johnson, Junior representative: Cathy
Coons, junior representative: Tony Jackson, sergeant-at-arms: Anita Huber,
hostess: Douglas Dickson, co-president: Mrs. Loesje Mendel, accompanist:
William F. Moon, director: Brenda Troxell, co-president: Carl L. King, trea-
surer: Linda Troxell, secretary. SECOND ROW: Rose Bond, Judy Aber-
nathy, Denise Jacobs, Marie Pierce, Marianne Hardester, Gayle Hager, Pa-
tricia Riley, Sally Swan, Cyle Pettigrew, Patricia White, Debby Jackson,
Kathy Brinkley, Cheryl Polin, Marcia McDaniel, Aletha Willner, Sandy Wes-
ter. THIRD ROW: Darlene Sparks, Rhonda Crockett, Blossom Bryant,
Robin Kares, Debra Lane, Debbie Stutzman, Teresa L. Stokes, Wanda
Dodd, Donna Montgomery, Linda Akers, Beth Chambers, Brenda Buss-
berg, Sherry Weiglein, Cindy Brown, Anna Young. FOURTH ROW: Marna
Coleman, David Wilson, Jeffrey Ward, Randall Beight, Kevin Nahas, David
Wallen, Fred Mindach, Ronnie Allender, Mark A. McKinney, Lawrence
Hicks, Lynn Taylor, Roger Childs, Keith Armour, Judy Crabtree. FIFTH
ROW: Bradford Dykes, Joe Huber, Thomas Stone, Mike Green, Thom
West, Stan Lawrence, Charles Black, John Happersberger, Gregory Boid,
Kevin Hook, David Bullington, Dennis Sipf, Jeff Meid, Mary Beaty. NOT
PICTU RED: Marcia Brown, Maggie Maddox.
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ment. Success. These are just a few of the
words that can be used to describe the
feeling a Techoir member experiences
during the fifth hour. The Techoir is a
collective group that produces a great
sou nd! And that great sound keeps a busy
schedule. Sunday, December 10, the Te-
choir performed at the annual Christmas
In the Round. Then December 17, the
taping of the annual Techoir Christmas
Show occurred ON the Tech campus for
the first time. The last day of school be-
ANITA HUBER and Mark McKinney discover
a new way to use a life-saver at the Techoir
Kick-Off Banquet. Lynn Taylor and Marcia
McDaniel "take notes!"
fore Christmas vacation brought caroling
downtown. Caroling the following night,
the Techoir concluded the holiday season
by wishing loyal Tech patrons a Merry
Christmas through song.
The pace slowed after Christmas, but
didn't stop. A first for the choir came
later in the spring with the recording of
Tech's first LP album. A trip to Ball
State University and the annual spring
concert at the World War Memorial con-
cluded the year's engagements.
SINGING TECHOIR members try to keep
warm as a Channel 8 camera follows every
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STRING ENSEMBLE-FRONT ROW: Teresa Hagan, Carl Michaelis BACK ROW: Paula Batts,
Theresa Amato, Donna Montgomery, Ruth Mitchell, Myra Hagan, Keith Armour, Bonnie Cameron,
So inspiring is the performance of
Tech's Bert Bell Choir that other schools
are following their example. After a per-
formance at John Marshall High School,
pupils expressed interest in starting their
own group. The bell ringers made numer-
ous appearances including one at Cente-
nary Christian Church and the holiday
"bit" in Christmas in the Round.
The String Ensemble consists of the
top string players. Two violas, four vio-
lins, two basses, and two cellos harmonize
to present classical music. The group
olayed at Graham Electronics as a demon-
:tration for tape recording equipment.
Other engagements were the Hobby Show
and the board of directors dinner of the
Indianapolis Association of Administra-
tors, Supervisors and Consultants.
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FRONT ROW: Mrs. J. Loesje Mendel, director,
Sally Swan, Myra Hagan, Linda Bruer, Kathy
Dobbs, Patricia Taube, Theresa Amato, Sandy
Wester, Silvia Hannemann, Marcia McDaniel,
Samantha Overton. SECOND ROW: Carl
Michaelis, David M. Houston, David Bullington,
Carl L. King, John Happersberger.
THE BELL CHOIR gives a ring-a-ding-ding for
Open House visitors.
ORCHESTRA-FRONT ROW: Terry Amato, Robin DeBurger, Anna
Young, Carol Rosebrock, Delois Phillips, Keith Armour, Teresa Hagan
Carl Michaelis. SECOND ROW: Myra Hagan. Paula Batts, Doris Phillips
Mary Wheeler, Lavinia Wright, Kathy Brinkley, Linda Miller, Gary Davis,
Marcia McDaniel, Valerie Narvvell, Bonnie Cameron, Billy Bruden, Pat
Amato. THIRD ROW: Donna Montgomery, Denise Jacobs, Debbie
The Tech Orchestra, directed by Ron
Nobles, consists of viola, violin, cello, and
obligation he has to fulfill.
The Orchestra performed in the Christ- 1
Spears, Tim Fuller, Teresa Cooper, Sandy Wester, Cindy Brown, Linda
Bruer, Cathy Jones. FOURTH ROW: Donna Butler, Linda Knox, Pam
Thomas, Cheyell Cooper, Phil Carbin, Pat Taube, Tom Hawkins, Joe
Huber, Doug McDaniel, Don Lasher, David Carr, Tony Miller, Carl Jordan,
Ron Nobles, director. NOT PECTURED: Lesa Morrison, Steve Vancleve,
Ruth Michell, Sally Swan, Benito Sherrod, Stephen Scott, Sherry Linville.
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also play an important part in the sound
of the Orchestra. Each player has an
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contest held in the spring, and Vespers at
the end of the school year.
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DELOIS PHILLIPS and Keith Armour make music as members of the violin section of the Tech
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The Concert Band, directed by
Edward Evans, has a great sound this
year. The members worked hard to
achieve that sound, and it comes across
when they perform.
Members of the band are considered as
candidates for the Symphonic Band if
they excel in the playing of their instru-
ments, the members may also play in the
Pep Band or the Marching Band if they
"The Concert Band is a training group
mainly, it provides the student the ex-
perience of playing with a large group."
says Mr. Evans. "Our main program each
year is the Spring Concert, which gives
the band members a chance to show what
MEMBERS OF THE CONCERT BAND practice for perfection every day during the eighth hour.
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Robert McPherson, Teresa Franklin, Bethann Wiley, Joe Farris, Kristi
McKee, Roberta Seats, Lisa Cooper, Teresa Day, Kristi Senour. SECOND
ROW: Nancy Hapner, Pat Hamilton, Dianne Coffman, Elizabeth Newall,
Darlene Litteral, Patty Turner, Renaldo Riojas, Julian Gammons, Loretta
Thomas, Nathan Rice, Dewayne Smith. THIRD ROW: Charlotte Dim-
mitt, Orville Jones, Foster Hart, Daryl Newman, Mark Williams, Daniel
Vaughn. Clara Buckley, Ronald Wagner, Russel Gorbett, Dewayne
Grahm, Claude Oliver, Greg Radford, Keith Allen. FOURTH ROW:
Sharon Linville, David Wilson, Mike Brown, Timothy Cooper, Michael
Simmons, Edward Evans, director.
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Washington, Charles Black, Luren Dalton, Michael Woods. SECOND ROW: ROW: Chris Ball, Douglas lVlcDaniel, Tom Hawkins, Carl Nlichaelas, Rich-
ard Switzer, director.
Stage, Pep bands slump worth oaw be plag
Ever heard of the Tech Stage Band?
Well, it consists of sixteen musicians.
They are all selected from Symphonic
Band, with the exception of four. The
instruments played in the band include a
piano, a rhythm guitar, five saxaphones,
four trombones, four trumpets, and a
The Pep Band plays at all home bas-
ketball games, and practices six hard
hours a week. The musicians can volun-
teer to be in the band as long as they can
make it to all the games and stay after
school three nights a week.
DOUG McDANlEL belts it out.
PEP BAND-FIRST ROW: Sherry Linville, Jackie Whitney, Julie Watts, Evans, director: Luren Dalton, David Carr, Cindy Brown, Clara Buckley,
Orville Jones, Bobbie Seats, Levina Wright, Marylin Williams, Jeff Routh, Carl Jordan.
Stanley Brown, Bill Bardwell, Reginald Maxwell. SECOND ROW: Ed
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Janet Hendrickson SECOND ROW: Dyrica Shelton, Rhonda Crockett Daflene Watts SEVENTH ROW5 Slllfia Hannemann E'GHTH ROW3
THIRD ROW: Linda Stiers, Renetta Constantine I-OURTH ROW: Adriann Kathv TBYIOF-
Buckner, Kathy Miller, Betty Manning, Susie Morris FIFTH ROW: Debbie
Whether the score is 20-0, or 0-20, it is techniques a Titanette needs to know,
always a pleasure to see those "eye-pop- and prepares them for "second cuts"
ping" Titanettes put their boots into held in the spring which determine who
action during ball games. The girls spend will be the majorettes for the next year.
hours of practice during and after school With all of this work to find out who are
and at their own homes. Their halftime the most talented for these positions, it is -
shows are proof of their dedication. "lt no wonder that these girls are great! As
is such hard work," said one veteran one might guess, this is a time of excite- l
Titanette to a rookie during summer ment for some, tears for others.
practice, "but when you see how the All in all, it is hard work and long
crowd reacts to a good halftime show, it hours for Sheila Young, Titanefte SDOFU'
lg Wglrth all Of the effgf-tl" SOl', Kathy Taylor, head Tltaflette, Silvia
Tryouts for Majoreffestake place twice Hannemann, assistant head lshown at
a year. In the fall, girls wishing to be flghfl and' Of COUVSGI The QMS- We OUT'
Titanettes go through "first cuts" to see Sldefs lust look on in amalemenf and
who will take Band Drill in the Spring- wonder what we would do without those
Band Drill teaches the girls the basic TWCHIY Curvaceousloveliesl
SYMPHONIC BAND FRONT ROW: Marcia McDaniel, Gary Davis, Shel-
ley Hacker, Jackie Whitney, Patty Holland, Vicki O'Neill, Levina Wright.
SECOND ROW: Linda Miller, Kathy Brinkley, Sandra Wester, Phil Car
bin, Cheryl Cooper, Bruce Chaney, Pat Taube, Liesel Strohschein,Melody
Coryell, Mary Coryell, Cindy Kitchens, Cindy Brown. THIRD ROW:
Theresa Cooper, Jeff Lingenfelter, Marilyn Williams, Cheryl O'Neill, Tom
Bruoe, Irie Smith, Don Lasher, Bob Stafford, David Carr, Brad Dykes,
Kevin Gartrell, Luren Dalton. FOURTH ROW: Julie Watts, Sherry Beau-
mont, Roger LaValley, Jeff Routh, Patty Rocks,Tom Hawkins, Doug Mc-
Daniel, Joe Huber, Chris Ball, Lonnie Price, Bill Bardwell, Tony Miller,
Linda Bruer, Scott Swisher. FIFTH ROW: Roger Hart, Reginald Maxwell,
Mark McLung, Richard Switzer, director: Sherry Linville. NOT PIC-
TURED: Mike O'Neill, Carl Jordon, Anita Huber, Kevin Nahas, Linda
Troxell,Theresa Sovern, Marsha Brown, lrving Washington, Debra Stutz-
man, Philip Caudle.
The Symphonic Band consists of 60
1 fag E , ,,,, pupils who have attained above average
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A 1 Q if gig, 4, , ,.vf s 2 ,V -i in many hard hours after school practic-
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S., Q' , .as ' T i .iz ,h 3 s. H r y 4,.f they meet one period daily at school.
- X . l t f , ,T '- S ., iw, A Q. Examples of their hard work are
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t,'i.Z9 a A A V! ,I i ' 'J ,L Davis in March, and commencement at
L ' V S v 3 i the end of the year.
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BAND HONOR SWEATER RECIPIENTS-
FRONT ROW: Marsha Brown, Marilyn Wil-
liams, Anita Huber, Rhonda Crockett, Patty
Taube, Lonnie Price, Adrian Buckner. SEC-
OND ROW: Janet Hendrickson, Tom Haw-
kins, Jeff Lingenfelter, Bill Bardwell, Susie
Morse, Teresa Cooper, Linda Troxell. THIRD
ROW: Kathy Taylor, Doug McDaniel, Mike
O'NeiI, Irving Washington, Reginald Maxwell,
Darlene Watts, Sylvia Hannemann.
THE MARCHING BAND does wonders for
Tech, and hours of practice do wonders for
the Marching Band. ix qv
- 'l T' candy for fund raising tickets to all their
paid performances. Proceeds help to buy
material so that band mothers can make
dresses for girl members.
WIND INSTRUMENTS sound off while Cindy Kitchens, Cindy Brown, Irving Washington, and
Marsha Brown practice.
PRACTICE! Gary Davis knows what the word VM A LONELY ROOKIE! Kathi' Nlillef looks
means as he plays his flute. over her fellow members of the Marching Band.
Marching in step, careful not to miss
the count, the Marching Band moves into
place on the home field, with Richard
Switzer directing. The all-volunteer band
cheers up every home game with their
Titan green uniforms and sparkling instru-
ments, to lead our team to a victory.
Practicing night after night for hours
at a time, rookies, middle classmen, and
upper classmen come through with a rou-
tine and entertainment every time. No
matter whether it's a parade, a game or a
contest, the Marching Band manages to
reflect credit on the school.
Some awards of the season made at
Band Highlights were Rookie of the Year
lJan Berry, Carl Jordanl, Best Rookie
Sign lSherry Beaurnontl, and Most Out-
standing Upperclass Boy and Girl, Ilrving
Washington, Kathy Taylorl.
MARCHING BAND: William Bardwell, Sherri
Beaumont, Kathy Brinkley, Cindy Brown, Mar-
sha Brown, Linda Bruer, David Carr, Cheryl
Cooper, Teresa Cooper, Mary Coryell, Melody
Coryell, Shelly Hacker, Roger Hart, Patty Hol-
land, Anita Huber, Joseph Huber, Carl Jordan,
Cynthia Kitchens, Donald Lasher, Roger La-
Valley, Sharon Linville, Reginald Maxwell,
Marcia McDaniel, Mark McCIung, Douglas Mc-
Daniel, Kevin Nahas, Cheryl O'Neill, James
O'NeiII, Yolanda Price, Jeff Routh, Theresa
Sovern, Patricia Taube, Linda Troxell, Irving
Washington, Julie Watts, Cora West, Sandra
Wester, Jacqueline Whitney, Marilyn Williams,
Levinia Wright, Tony Miller, Vickie O'Neill
Phillip Carbin, Keith Allen, Michael Brown,
Clara Buckley, Dianna Coffman, Lisa Cooper,
Orville Jones, William Ellis, Robert McPherson,
Loretta Thomas, Roberta Seats, Mark Wil-
Iiarns, Sharon Linville, David Wilson, Elizabeth
Newall, Darlene Litteral, Nancy Hapner, Kristi
McKee. IFor other photos see pages Q and 72.l
Kermit Swenson's Advanced Art class,
Sheri Reck's Craft Art I class and Smith
Robinson's Advanced Craft Art class have
been reawakening a few of the ancient
Mr. Swenson's class has been studying
the French method of sculpture. His stu-
dents are doing self-portraits using mir-
rors and photographs. This method dates
back to the Renaissance. The student
first does his head in clay and then
literally throws plaster over it to make a
mold. After the clay is removed, model-
ing plaster is poured into the mold which
is finally broken off.
Ms. Reck's Craft Art I class has been
creating beautiful wall hangings and belts
with macrame. Macrame is the ancient art
of tying knots. Fishermen used it to
make their nets, and in their spare time
they created new knots and made sculp-
tures, jewelry and clothing with them.
Mr. Robinson's Advanced Craft class
has been busy with batiks. Batik is an old
Javanese art of dying cloth. The design is
drawn on the cloth, and everything that
the artist does not want dyed is waxed.
The wax is then cracked and the cloth is
dipped in the dye. After it is dry, it is
ironed to remove the wax. The finished
piece may be used as a wall hanging.
ART DEPARTMENT-FRONT ROW: Mrs.
Mary Nicewanger, Lorena Phemister, Marian
Hamilton, Mrs. Emmagee Washington, Mrs.
Louise Schneider, departmental assistant. SEC-
OND ROW: Michael Slover, Smith Robinson,
Raymond Browne, John F. Nall, Kermit L.
Swenson,department head. NOT PICTURED:
Ms. Sheri Reck.
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activities through the year, but highlight
of 1972 was the Art Club-Faculty Easter
Party. Invitations were made out to each
faculty member in the Art Department.
Every person who attended was required
to wear paper "bunny ears" which the
Art Club had made beforehand, and each
teacher had a chance at the Easter egg
plnata filled with candy. Picture Mr.
Swenson blindfolded with his bunny ears
on, taking a swing at the brightly colored
egg with his broom handle.
Some of the other various activities
were taking visits to the Art Museums,
making paper flowers for the Mardi Gras,
and having other parties.
MRS. SCHNEIDER assists among the artifacts.
ART CLUB-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Mary Nicewanger, sponsor, Kathleen McCray, Marsha Newkirk,
Robin Wallace, Sally Israel, Susan Newkirk, SECOND ROW: Paula Wallace, Diane Murphy, Jean
Miller, Heddy Hampl, Janie Stewart. THIRD ROW: Paula Greenwell, Luangela Wolfe, Susan Cole,
Charles Sims, Patricia Fitzwater, Terri Taylor. NOT PICTURED: Daniel Willis.
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KATRIA WHITFIELD uses a mirror to capture her features as she sculpts herself in clay.
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SPEECH TEAM-FRONT ROW: Don Applegate, Kathy Brinkley, Pat-
ricia White, Kathy Miller, Mark Fiddler, Kathy Godwin, April Warner.
SECOND ROW: Anna Young, Carol Bennett, Linda Ervin, Sharon Bot-
tom, Louise Jackson, Aletha E. Willner, Anthony Godwin, Carol Randolf.
THIRD ROW: Steve Fiddler, Patricia Stomm, Jimmie Sherrill, Charlotte
Alexander, Julie Lewis, Robin Kares, Dina L. Eads. FOURTH ROW:
Theresa Grayson, Charles Alexander, Carl Waterford, Gregory lVl. Boid,
Steven Harris, John lVlcCray, Steve Bobo.
lt was an exciting and exasperating
day for the Speech Team. Tech was host-
ing a Speech Tournament involving over
300 visitors from schools in central ln-
diana. All participants had arrived early
that Saturday morning December 2,
some rehearsing speeches, others helping
to greet guests. Others chatted with
friends and refreshed themselves with
doughnuts and soft drinks.
At the end of the day Tech came out
with the second place sweepstakes trophy
and 48 points.
Too late last spring to be reported in
the 1972 yearbook, Tech's top debate
team went into State Finals.
This year's activities started in Septem-
ber with over 20 Techites at the Butler
Debate Clinic studying the difficult topic:
"How can the federal government best
provide equal educational opportunities
for all students?"
And so it went. Many Saturdays repre-
sented moments of victory after dedi-
cated preparation, for members of the
Speech and Debate teams.
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE-FRONT ROW: April Warner, Kathy rill, Steve Fiddler, Anna Young. THIRD ROW: Steve Bobo, Carl Cooper,
Brinkley, Kathy Miller, Carol Bennet, Linda Irwin, Kathy Godwin. John lVlcCray, Gregory Boid, Carl Waterford,Charles Alexander, Charlotte
SECOND ROW: Aletha Willner, Patricia Stomm, Robin Kares, Jim Sher- Alexander.
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IN A CROSS-EXAMINATION PERIOD during a practice debate the affirmative speaks and the nega-
tive takes notes.
MRS. ALICE GOODRUM, Speech Team coach,
takes a breather from the fortune telling booth
at the Mardi Gras.
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a piece of Speech Team art work at the Mardi Beever. SECOND ROW: Debbie Rhoads, Jackie Schuh, John McCray, Gregory Boid, Stan Minks,
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The 1972 fall, all-school play, REBEL '
WITHOUT A CAUSE, was presented in
the Forum, Thursday afternoon, Novem-
ber 9, and Friday night, November 10,
during Open House. The play, written by '
Stewart Stern, dealt with Jim Stark,
played by John lVlcCray, trying to win
acceptance in a new town. The play in-
cluded such incidents as a mugging, a '
knife fight, and a chicken run. fl
Other members of the cast were: Boy , 5
Trotter, Foster Hart, Alan Cambell, Don "
Applegate, Anthony Godwin, Jim Pullon,
Debbie Bhoads, Steve Fiddler, Liesel
Strohschein, Greg Boid, Bose Bond,
Tyrone Carney, Lois Whitfield, Ann Ford,
Carol Bennett, Christine Bynum,
Charlotte Alexander, Charles Alexander,
Carl Cooper, Ruth Beck, and Daryell
The production staff was:
Lighting-Allen DuPriest, Jim Pul-
lon, Ronnie Sweatt, Roy Trotter.
Sound-Cosette Goodrum, Robin Kares.
Properties-Robin De Burger.
lVlake-up-Kathy Brinkley, Jackie Schuh,
Posters-Charles Alexander, Carl Cooper.
Stage Crew-The Cast.
Director-Nlrs. Alice C. Goodrum.
Student Director-Charlotte Alexander.
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Bennett. Standing-Alan Campbell, Don Applegate, Tony Godwin, Foster
Hart, and Debbie Rhoads.
LENDING A HELPING HAND with the props were Cosette Goodrum, Robin DeBurger, Kathy
Brinkley, Kathy Taylor, and Ronnie Sweatt.
DEBBIE RHOADS, John McCray, and Steven Fiddler explore an old
WORKING WITH THE LIGHTS were Roy
Trotter and Allen DuPriest.
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scolds Jim Stark, John McCray.
JUDY, Debbie Rhoads, argues with her father, Carl Cooper, and her mother,
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True, not everyone in Drama Club is
dreaming of becoming a great actor or
actress, nor every Thespian, but they are
possessed with the desire to express or
lose themselves in a character on stage.
These are our dreamers-the ones who
will eventually be the housewives, truck
drivers, doctors, lawyers, and even actors
of tomorrow. They need a place to go
where others share their dreams and am-
bitions, that place is at Drama Club. This
year the members are working under the
direction of lVlr. Kirby Lehman. lVlr. Leh-
man is helping them reach the 10 service
points needed to become Thespians, an
honor achieved only by those who work
hard not only in acting, but in make-up,
props, and stagecraft.
To a stranger, a meeting would consist
of silly games, such as pushing or pulling
an invisible object, discussing plays and
movies the group has seen, and laughing
about silly little stunts. But to a member,
the "silly games" are serious tests of
their acting ability, the discussion and
laughter are merely their way of voicing
the insecurities and mistakes they share
with other actors. These disciplines make
the school plays more professional, more
fun, and more real.
DRAMA CLUB-FRONT ROW: Debbie Jones, Samantha Overton, Helen
Chastain, Joni Proffitt, Shelley Hacker, Hope Stevenson. SECOND ROW:
Debra Basham, Janell Price, Liesel Strohschein, Anna Young, Diane lVlur-
phy, Leah Hillman, Libby Quintana. THIRD ROW: Teresa Abernathy,
Luangela Wolfe, Dave Reneau, Robin DeBurger, De De Deatrick, vice presi-
dent, lVlarion Westerman, Denise Denney, Rick lVlooneyham. FOURTH
ROW: Kirby A. Lehman, sponsor, David Houston, Charlotte Alexander,
Kevin Smith, Keith Armour, Carl Cooper, Charles Alexander, Robert Nlc-
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BOB BLALOCK urges Teresa Abernathy to awake and solve the mystery of the two ghosts-Patti Phillips and DeDe Deatrick.
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TERESA ABERNATHY as Madame Arcati attempts to entrance Helen Chastain.
THE WONDER HAT: DeDe Deatrick as an old eddler ives a hard luck stor to a s m athetic Shel-
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ly Hacker and a disdainful Teresa Abernathy.
BLYTHE SPIRIT, last year's spring
play, gave an interesting twist to conven-
tional school plays. In a nutshell, Robert
Blalock was the leading man, a middle
aged author named Charles who was in
the process of writing a book on mediums
and seances. He decided to get a first-
hand view of the situation by inviting an
absent-minded medium fTeresa Aber-
nathyl to his house for a demonstration
of her abilities.
lVluch to the dismay of his second
wife, Ruth, iPatti Phillipsl a seance
turned up Charles' first wife, Elvira,
lDebra Deatrickl. She had but one thing
in mind-to get rid of Ruth. However, she
hadn't figured on Ruth's returning as a
haunting ghost also. How could Charles
get rid of them both? The answer to that
question offered a delightful ending to
Other performers were Carl King and
Kris Weber as lVlr. and lVlrs. Bradman, and
Helen Chastain as the zany maid. That's
quite a nutshell, but it was quite a play.
This year the Drama Club put its right
foot forward by presenting the play THE
WONDER HAT which gave five amateur
Tech actors a chance to work in the foot-
lights. David Bullington, Shelley Hacker,
DeDe Deatrick, Dennis Sipf, and Teresa
Abernathy displayed their acting ability
within the play's framework of romantic
shenanigans, the plot involved a Wonder
Hat, which when donned caused some
comic cases of invisibility. With this
magical prop and the imaginations of the
audience, the cast and crew provided an
entertaining evening for all.
There is a big blue sea, with sand in
front, and on the beach there stands a
house where a girl stays all summer.
That's a girI's dream in Stagecraft. Mem-
bers of the class think of what they
would like to do, then they design a
place to do it. First they cut a shoebox
in half. Then they use any kind of mater-
ial they can think of to make a setting.
The result is a miniature stage.
Pupils of the Stagecraft class also do
many things for our school. They painted
our basketball poles, and made the ring
the boys ran through. The biggest job
was painting the stage for the musical
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MARDI GRAS crowds enjoy the Wheel of For-
tune at the Radio Club booth.
RADIO CLUB-FRONT ROW: James Jordan,
Linda Phillips, Richard Suhre. STANDING:
John Mullennax, sponsor: Brad Witsman.
MIKE TROTTER and Mr. Browne have fun
with a papier mache representation of the
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Have you ever wanted to talk with
West Germany by short wave? Or Bis-
marck, South Dakota: or Fort Lauder-
dale, Florida? Members of Tech's Radio
Club just might be able to. A group of
Tech students meet every Monday at the
Hamshack, an amateur radio station in
Morgan Hall. The first task for members
is to get a Federal Communications Com-
mission license. One must be able to send
and receive Morse Code, five words a min-
ute and also pass a 25 question test. The
only legal way to operate a ham radio is
as a public service.
In their ham operation the group has
contacted 45 states and West Germany.
In their training, members visit Chan-
nel 6, to see how a professional station
As a fund-raising project this year, the
Radio Club operated the Wheel of For-
tune at the Mardi Gras.
All the money they earned they gave
back to the school. They bought school-
sponsored items, contributed to Thanks-
giving and Christmas baskets, and do-
nated to the fireworks fund for Home-
At Christmas, members enjoyed
a Christmas party.
STAGECRAFT CREW: Robert Coombs, Ron-
ald Sweatt, Michael Trotter, Jeff Lingenfelter.
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kin, Dave Wallen, Carl Jones, Jeff Lingenfelter, Rolando Quintana, Mel- Jim Twigg, Thomas Clayton, Stan Lawrence, Jeff Clinton, David Graham,
vin Lange. SECOND ROW: Larry Wilkerson, Hosea Engram, Dave Clegg, Jerry Hubbard.
Ricky Cosby, Grady Hardiman, Larry Buttery, Carl Lowery, Anthony
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KEY CLUB AND AUXILIARY-FRONT ROW: Arnold Lehman, sponsor: Michael P. West, Robin
Kares, Murray Benson, Nancy Eaton, Dina L. Eads, Linda G. Farley. SECOND ROW: Mark A. Mc-
Kinney, Kenneth Nichols, Jeff Clinton, Stan Lawrence, Irving vilashington, Keith Armour. NOT
PICTURED, Tony Brummett, Doug McDaniel.
A "T" that athletes work for four
long years to get-football, Cr0SS-Country,
golf, tennis, track, basketball, wrestling-
this T is the crowning reward, the big
moment to recognize varsity achieve-
ment. It is also the magic membership
badge to Lettermens Club.
The green sweater with the white T
marks first rank: the white sweater with
the green T marks additional achieve-
ment: the gold T pin marks more superior
achievement. The belt buckle and gold
charm are the highest, given to seniors.
Amazed by the decision making and
responsibilities involved in the job, never-
theless, the new sponsor of Key Club, Ar-
nold Lehman radiated alertness and en-
First major activity, Homecoming,
fireworks, can be described in no words
less extravagant than astonishing and
"Make a joyful sound" was the theme
of the Christmas season. Members took
their bells in hand for the Salvation
Army. K-Mart shoppers on Eash Washing-
ton Street will long remember the din.
Kiwanis Club of Indianapolis, which
backs and supports our Key Club, hon-
ored President Stan Lawrence, at a ban-
Girls-faculty basketball games, and
some just messing around have made this
club a tradition as well as a symbol.
The story of the Arsenal Cannon
Newspaper and Yearbook is endless, after
one deadline is finally met, the never-
say-die staffers realize that the next one is
not very far away . . .
"Hey, Dina! Have you seen my page
dummy? l left it on the desk a minute
"No, I've been busy typing up this
"Kris, have you seen my dummy?"
"No, l'm working on my yearbook
"lf I don't find that dummy, l'll die!"
"Don't say that-we're supposed to be
"Sorry, I forgot. Oh, here it is-I
found it! There-now l'm finally fin-
"No you're not-you have to get those
stories in tomorrow."
Somehow, in spite of deadlines, Ce-
cil T. Tresslar as newspaper adviser, Ber-
MIKE LONG, Carl Cooper, Roy Purvis, and Wanda Jones show that hard work is what meets the
"WHO GETS the first slice?" is the question asked as John Hawn and Mrs. "R" do the honors.
nice Jones as yearbook adviser, and all
the "Cannon Kiddies" manage to assem-
ble everything into two organized publi-
Benefiting themselves as well as the
newspaper and yearbook, several staffers
attended workshops for publications at
Franklin College and Northwest High
School during the year.
Altogether, deadlines, workshops, and
Cannon Kiddies make Room 638 the cen-
ter of disorganized organization at Tech.
NEWSPAPER STAFF-FRONT ROW: Wanda Jones, Sherry DeMichieli, Eaton, Mike Brown, John Hawn, Robin Kares, Bab York. THIRD ROW:
Jackie Whitney, Leisa Hayden, Dina L. Eads, Dianna Shaw, Vicky Mead- C. T. Tresslar, adviser, Mike Long, Tony Jackson, Thom West, Roy Pur-
ows, Kathy Miller. SECOND ROW: Karin Rader, Doreen Martin, Nancy vis, Lynn B. Wright, Carl Cooper, Dale Drinnon.
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NEWS BUREAU-Charlotte Alexander, Kevin Hook, Sheila Carey, Katria Whitfield.
OUILL AND SCROLL-FRONT ROW: Wanda Jones, Dianna Shaw, John Hawn, Dina L. Eads, Law-
rence Yarrell. SECOND ROW: Robin Kares, Michael Brown, Carl Cooper, Kevin Hook.
CANNON KIDDIES Bob Stafford, Debbie
Price, and Keith Armour "fix up" the Cannon
booth for Mardi Gras.
YEARBOOK STAFF-FRONT ROW! BGFFWCB JOUGS, 6dViSGl'2 Cafhv Price, Alice Goodman, Roberta Bandy, Marianne Hardester. THIRD ROW:
Stuck, Lana Gibson, Gloria Simpson, Lawrence Yarrell, Susie Williams, Tim Morse, Lon Edison, Kevin Hook, Bob Stafford, Kenny Nichols, Ron-
Ann Ford, Cynthia Kitchens. SECOND ROW: Nancy Joyce Nichols, Linda ald Sweatt, Scott Swisher Keith Armour Charle Alex nd r.
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On your mark, get set, go! The Titans
got off on the right foot, ran well all
season and ended with a first place in the
city! Moreover, it was Tech's sixth
straight city triumph.
Headlining these glowing results, Jeff
Lingenfelter, senior, was captain of the
team. Among other front runners, Larry
Buttery placed second in the city meet.
ln addition, Eric Glen, lreservel won the
individual city championship. Titans kept
up with their record by winning a second
in the Washington and Marshall invita-
The freshman team marked up five
out of seven wins as they lived up to their
expectations. Holding a second place in
the Marshall invitational and a third in
Washington and Columbus invitationals,
the "greenies" must have had a great
OUT FOR A LITTLE PRACTICE, John Cruz,
Willie lvy, Darrell Williams, and Jeff
RESERVE CROSS COUNTRY-FRONT ROW: Mike Trotter, George Pitano, Ray Smith, Eric Glenn,
Denny Lambert. SECOND ROW: Alphonso Gibson, Charles Simm, Mike Burris, Tim Brown, Bruce
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Abernathy. SECOND ROW: Jay Kleine, coach, Mike Ricker, Steven Scott, Lester Ouinlin, David
Varsity Cross Country
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Ben Davis 19 Washington 80
39 Southport 16
29 Howe 30 Lawrence Central 78
20 Manual 43
15 Arlington 50
24 Northwest 33 1
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Columbus tnvitatiorgal 3rd
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1972 VARSITY TRACK TEAM-FRONT ROW: Victor Evans, John
Hogan, Fred McGuire, John Whitthorne, Virgil Walker, George Taylor,
Steve Ross, Rodney Coffer, Charles Jones. SECOND ROW: Douglas
Dickson, Larry Jordan, Carl Jones, Louis Woods, James Twigg, Kenneth
Breland, Larry Wilkerson, Melvin Lange. THIRD ROW: Reginald Berry,
Dennis Hill, Jeff Clinton, Sam Elmore, Mark Jarrett, Larry Buttery,
Darrell Williams, John Cruz. FOURTH ROW: Bruce McGeath, head
coach, Dean Carbone, assistant coach: Larry Bingham, Charles Black,
Jeff Lingenfelter, Willie Ivy, Ben Hampton, Mel Bowers, assistant coach.
1972 RESERVE TRACK TEAM-FRONT ROW: Stanley Robinson,
Greg Bell, Darnell Hill, Sidney Zackery, Ricky Hicks, Joe Perkins, Dennis
Hill. SECOND ROW: Bruce McGeath, coach: Dean Carbone, coach:
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1972 FRESHMAN TRACK TEAM-FRONT ROW: Frank Kelly, Charles
Moore, Keith Armour, Nathan Harris, Leslie Hogue, John Akers, Richard
Davenport, Mike Baker. SECOND ROW: Don Johnson, Floyd Gibson,
Danny Burt, Mike Fagan, Dennis Lambert, Roger Hart, Jim Brown.
THIRD ROW: Gerald Lingenfelter, 'Henry Russell, David Thomas,
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Herrera. FOURTH ROW: Benny West, Charles Sims, Eric Glen, John
Underwood, John Cunningham, James Donaldson, George Pitano, Rick
Buttery. FIFTH ROW: Ed McDowell, coach: Earl Moore, Steve Rodrigues,
Curtis Parsons, Pete Fuhr, Bob Kelly, Robert Woodard, coach.
"Winning the city for the fifth con-
secutive time had to be the biggest high-
light of the season," says varsity and
reserve coach Bruce NIcGeath. Those that
broke all school records were Larry
Jordan in the 440, running it in only
49.4 seconds, and pole vaulter Jeff Jacobs
who jumped 13 feet 6 3X4 inches. Last
year's Titan track team ran, jumped, and
put their way into the sectionals where
they placed second. Those that went on
to the state were Larry Jordan in the 440
and Fred IVlcGuire in the 100. The Z-mile
relay team also made it into the state
The freshman track team of 1972 had
an undefeated season. The spirit was
enough to carry the men to the city
championship where they won.
These Titans left a trail of broken
records behind them. Among those the
freshmen tucked under their belt were
city records in both the one mile relay
and the M-mile relay.
Coach Edward IVlcDoweIl said, "lt's
hard to tell about next year's season, but
the men that came off the freshman
squads will certainly be great candidates
for varsity and reserve next year."
THE THRILL of victory electrifies Nlelvin
Lange as he proclaims himself the winner.
JEFF JACOBS touches the sky with aid of a
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Hard practice-9 or 18 holes a
day-plus improvement on fundamentals
paid off as the Titan "Swingers" captured
an 84 standing beside other inner-city
golf teams. The highlight of the season was
the victory over Manual by one stroke.
The team placed 11th out of 16 teams in
the all-city, but with new and returning
players the Titans hope to be more up to
par next year. Mark McKinney, captain,
and one of the leading scorers on the
team, summed up the season by calling it
Tech's most successful. Mike Green, a
member of the team, comes from a
family of golfers, his father is a pro, and
his brother was a former star of the Titan
According to Coach Kleine, the lead-
ing scorers were Mark McKinney, Ricky
Schmidt, Mike Green, and George Fritch.
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coach: Carl Corlett, George Fritch, Mike Green, Mark McKinney.
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Pullon. SECOND ROW: Don Robinson, coach, Tom Clayton, John Johnson Roland Wiley Brad
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We can't all be Mark Spitz's, but Titan
tennis players did well on dry land during
their '72 season. They swatted their way
to a 7-2 record, losing only to Broad
Ripple and Howe.
With the coachmanship of Don Robin-
son, they advanced to the finals in sec-
Earlier, Shortridge was swamped in
seven lovely Titan points. Another big
splash downed Arlington for a count of
In fall play, Tech reached the finals in
the city meet, taking the runner-up posi-
tion for the first time in five years.
Top players were Gary Davis, Tom
Clayton, and John Johnson.
JOHN JOHNSON, city runner-up, bats away
baseball lam soma, wb alle
lt vvas a team effort that brought Tech
its finest baseball season in years vvith a
sparkling record of 17 vvins and 5 losses.
In a ten-game vvinning streak, Tyrone
White batted over .500! He finished the
regular season leading the team with a
Charlie Hoskins hurled a no-hitter
against Broad Ripple.
Altogether, team batting at the end of
the regular season vvas an outstanding
Charlie Hoskins vvas selected first all-
city pitcher along with all-city pitcher-
first baseman Grady Hardiman. Left-
fielder Veon Garrison, rightfielder Tyrone
White, and catcher Gary Spradlin were
selected honorable mention.
A disappointing loss to Marshal closed
the season for the Titans.
Although the year proved disap-
pointing for the Reserves, next year
should be better. The team started with
four freshmen and played schools almost
solid with juniors. Said coach David
George, "lVlistakes beat us most of the
TITAN CHARLES HOSKINS, who pitched a
no-hitter game against Broad Ripple, fires up.
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Cosby Robert Hall Michael Schwartz Dennis Graham SECOND ROW: Cline, assistant coach: Veon Garrison Charles Hoskins Tyrone White
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Kertis Roots, Ken Taylor, Danny Boone, Greg Hayes, Irvin Brimmage, Leonard Cox, Clay Clark, Dean Clem, Elliot Segal, student teacher,
David Skelton, Harold lVlurry, SECOND ROW: Dave George, coach: Marshall Ford,manager. NOT PICTURED Von Wilson.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM, FRONT ROW: Stan Lawrence, Samuel
Elmore, Carl Jones, Thomas Jackson, Louis Woods, Daryell Williams,
Jerry Hubbard, Antony Dawson, Wayne Carter, Roger Jones. SECOND
ROW: James Twigg, Willie Martin, varsity assistant, William Scott, Billy
Palmore, Larry Bingham, Kenneth Breland, Mark McKinney, Gregg Smith,
Willie Blanchard, Byron Richardson, Larry Jordan, Carl Lowery, David
Graham, David Clegg, manager. THIRD ROW: Nick llieff, Anthony Ware,
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Fagan, Richard Davenport, Jeffrey Robinson, Von Wilson, Stephen
Rodrigues, Sam Herrera, Robert Woodard, varsity assistant: Carlos Bell
head coach. NOT PICTURED: Tim Morse, managerg' James Stratton,
Richard Clem, Luke McKinney, Bobby Kelly, Vernon Pipkin, Niles
Foreman, Marchell Knox.
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This year's Titan varsity gridders still
couldn't find the winning touch as the
team posted a 3-7 record. After a 13-6
loss to Howe in the opening game, the
team bounced back to beat Wood and
Cathedral. After that, the team couldn't
get themselves together as the Titans gave
up four straight games, won over Crispus
Attucks, then lost their last two games.
The best game the Titans played was
the Cathedral game which Tech won by a
6-0 score as the Titans plagued the Irish
with first downs, interceptions, and re-
covering fumbles. Although this may have
plagued the Titans themselves, the team
worked together to keep up the spirit and
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Parson, Bruce Seagraves, Anthony Highsaw, Kemp Shobe, John Akers, William Hatchett, Tim Morse,
student manager. SECOND ROW: Larry Bracken, Floyd Gibson, William Dinkins, Darnell Hill,
Dennis Hill, Steve Baxter, Earl Moore, Gary Williams, Ralph Howard, Jack Tapp. THIRD ROW:
Max Donaldson, Anthony Beverly, Luke McKinney, Lance Whitfield, Niles Foreman, Steve Smith, Joe
Smith, Benny West, Larry Barringer, Ivan Moreman, coach.
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This year's Titan titanic reserve grid-
ders ran off with an near-perfect 6-0-2
record. The only ties came against Cathe-
dral and Warren Central. However, the
record was good enough for the reserve
gridders to take home the city crown. lt
was the best season since 1966.
Backed by lightning-fast offense and
beefey defense of spirited players, Coach
Bowers' Freshman football team went to
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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Earl Elmore, Jerry Gilman, David Griffin, Fred
Miller, Dwayne Engram, Roby Rady, Albert Summers, David Davis, Gregory Miller. SECOND ROW:
Gary Stewart, Pasquale Amato, John Halliburton, Chuck Jaskiewicz, Alan Miller, Bryan Miller, Dale
West, Clarence Thompson, Dewayne Mason. THIRD ROW: Mike Alexander, Jim Booth, Russell
Gorbett, Mark McElroy, Steve Miller, David Willis, David Richardson, Avery Gipson, Tom Bruce.
Kelley Tibbs. FOURTH ROW: David Jarrett, Tom Alstott, Steve Coleman, Donald Turner, Alvis
Wade, Jerry Hill, Ronald Murray, Richard Hall, Joe Johnson, Delbert Randolph, Douglas Sims. FIFTH
ROW: John Hurrle, coach: Darrell White, Kenny Lee, John Brinkley, Tony Radford, Douglas Prewitt,
Greg Radford, George Chatman, Danny Eaton, Dennis Watson, Mel Bowers, coach.
a perfect 8-0 record, winning the city
championship by a landslide. The 1972
Titan team was one of the best freshman
football teams ever undefeated. What
more can be said?
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The Varsity Wrestling Team had an ex-
cellent season with a city championship
and a 7-1 record.
Four outstanding seniors that helped
win this title were:
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Kenny Breland 48 6 1
Sam Elmore 52 13 1
Thomas Jackson 43 11 1
Carl Lowery 35 6 1
These are all four-year records, and,
hopefully, some underclassmen will be
able to display records like these next
VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM FRONT ROW: David Clegg, manager, James Edwards, Dannie En-
gram, Phil Gates, Melvin Lange, David Wallen, Ray Anderson,Vernon Pipkin.SECOND ROW: Willie
Martin, assistant coach, Hosea Ingram, Kenneth Breland, Sam EImore,Thomas Jackson, Carl Lowery,
Willie Blanchard, John Hurrle, coach.
IS THOMAS JACKSON getting ready to wres-
tle or does he just look like that all the time?
3 KENNY BRELAND takes a stance to show off
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SAMUEL ELMORE takes a running start to
beat his opponent.
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RESERVE WRESTLING TEAM FRONT ROW: Darryl Fuqua, Alvin Lange, Eugene Johnson, Dean
Clem, Michael Fagan. SECOND ROW: Ron Lovett, Earl Moore, Steve Rodrigues, Eric Glenn, David
Manning, Joe Perkins. THIRD ROW: Willie Martin, coach: Jeff Robinson, Robert Halbert, Glen
Stratton, William Dinkins, Sam Herrera, Robin Whisman.
The reserve wrestling season was con-
sidered a success. The team worked ex-
tremely hard, practicing 3-4 hours each
night. They not only conditioned and
trained, they had to shed many pounds to
wrestle at certain weights. All during the
season each man exhibited interest,
desire, and dedication to the sport. Wrest-
ling is not only a strenuous sport physic-
ally, it demands mental and emotional
stamina as well. Our varsity team was en-
dowed with many good seniors but we
feel that our reserve team will move up
and continue to be outstanding next
season. Several individuals have the po-
tential to be state champions.
Freshman Wrestling Team had an
average season with three wins, two losses
and no ties. The team placed second in
the city, losing by a half a point to
Chatard. With city champs Dwayne
Engram, Eugene Johnson and David Willis,
representing the wrestling teams, the out-
look for wrestling at Tech looks bright.
FRESHMAN WRESTLING TEAM FRONT ROW: Mike Rush, Steve Parker, Greg Miller, Dwayne
Engram, Gerald Terry, Daniel Heidelberger. SECOND ROW: Kevin VanHorn, Murray Godwin, Pas-
quale Amato, Andrew Abernathy, Tim McGuire, Eugene Johnson. THIRD ROW: Robert Woodard,
coach: John Halliburton, Russell Gorbett, Peter Holmes, Steven Coleman, David Willis, Jerry Hill.
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LOOKING like half of a spider, Allen Johnson triumphs over the opposition.
The Varsity Basketball team has had
quite a rough season this year, but in
spite of difficulties it kept a very good
average of 68 points a game.
The team had some exceptionally
strong starters. Two that deserve special
mention are Allen Johnson and John
Washington. Both of these players have
maintained above a 15 point game average
throughout the season.
However team work is the main thing
and with all but three members being
juniors, it appears that the team is build-
ing up a warehouse of Titan Power. The
foundation of this warehouse is the
strategic plans of Coach Ernie Cline.
More power to you, Titans!
MIKE HENRY soores two as a Wood Chuck attempts to
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Mike Henry, John Washington, Ray C. Miller, Walter Laswell, Ernie Cline, HBFTIPTOF1, L8rf1ellJ0hf1S0f1, Mike BUffiS-
coach: Howard Cart, athletic director. SECOND ROW: Mike Plummer,
Reserve Basketball Results
47 Wood 56
44 Southport 3
t 52 New Albany 47
, 37 Ben Davis 48
A 54 Attucks 34
34 Northwest 29
45 North Central 43
55 Brebeuf 51
37 Muncie Central 30
2 42 Howe 39
38 Manual 34
65 Scecina' 31
H ' 28 Northwest ' 27
' 54 Attucks' 62
, . 65 Shortridge 31
3 7 54 Cathedral 48
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RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM FRONT ROW: Danny Boone, Greg Gordon, Bob Kelly, David
Lewis, James Spencer, Michael Trotter, manager. SECOND ROW: Jay Kleine, coach, Ben Moore, Greg
Hayes, Duane Smith, Gerome Williams, Claude Oliver. NOT PICTURED: Anthony Howard.
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Reserve Basketball had a very good
season with a sixteen-win four-loss record.
Jay Kleine, the coach, commented that
they don't have much of an advantage as
far as height is concerned, but one sure
advantage is that the team hustles and has
an exceptionally good defense. The team
had a late season winning streak of nine
in a row, and maybe next year these hard-
fighting Titans will be backing the varsity
Freshman Basketball Results
63 Attucks 40
59 Woodview 29
59 Arlington 65
54 Wood 36
84 Broad Ripple 46
58 Manual 44
67 Chatard 30
71 Scecina ' 35
55 Shortridge ' 42
57 Washington ' 64
60 Attucks ' 43
58 Scecina 42
55 Shortridge 42
55 Howe 43
57 Attucks 42
51 Cathedral 41
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With a record of fifteen wins and only
two losses, the Freshman Basketball
Team had an exuberant season. Probably
the biggest disappointment was to lose
the city title by four points in overtime.
The team has pretty well balanced
scorers, and like the reserves, can move
when they have to. Keep it hustlin',
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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Homer Walker, Tony Bartlett, Lester Quinlin,
George Gilvert, Alvis Wade, John Brinkley. SECOND ROW: Greg Barnett, Wesley Holland, Anthony
Green, Johnny Sykes, Kevin Jamerson, Kirby Baird, Brian Plummer, manager. THIRD ROW: Darrell
Jacks, manager, Thomas Stone, Antonio Martin, Gary Rowe, Donald Turner, George Chatman, Ed Mc-
At last! A rec program for all! The
lunch time recreational program has all
sorts of activities: basketball, baseball,
softball, kickball, skate board, frisbie
flying and two-square. Kids at lunch can
participate in just about every kind of
activity you can think of. Tech is the
only school in the city that has a program
like this. lt is a new thing.
Pupils come during their lunch hour
or after school until four o'clock. In the
fall, they have classes in first-aid, riflery
and weight lifting. In the winter, check-
ers, ping-pong and movies have their day.
Danny Richardson is the organizer of
the program. He graduated from Tech in
1969. It is his hope to expand the student
program into a year-round center for the
adult community as well. lSee picture in
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The Health and Physical Education
Department started the year with a new
head of the department, James Leap.
This department offers a variety of infor-
mative and exciting classes that range
from Home Nursing to Alcohol Educa-
tion. It includes classes for the visually
LIONEL JOHNSON and William Pervine dis-
cuss their homework briefly with Miss Parker,
who gives a helping hand.
HOME NURSING STUDENTS gather around
to see a fellow student take the pulse of the
"THOSE ARE THE FACTS, man,"say pupils of Mr. Bowers' Alcohol Ed. class. Sharon Donaldson,
Timothy Green, Frankie Williams, and Donna Babb point out the information in chart form.
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ard Catt, Mrs. Mary Lou Manka, Walter Eagleson, Willie R. Martin, Polly Chapman, Shirley Parrett.
SECOND ROW: Steve Creech, Jay Kleine, Edward McDowell, Jim Leap, department head, Melvin
Bowers, Robert Woodard, Carlos Bell.
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Strohschein, DeDe Deatrick, Beverly Huebner, Sally Swan. SECOND Clark,Linda Bruer,John WiIIiams,sponsor.
Hiking Club is a brand new group at
Tech this year. The members get together
with their sponsor, John Williams, and
plan hikes, canal trips, and camping trips.
They also discuss projects to help the
ecology. Ironically, the greatest need of
the hikers was cars and drivers-to take
them to points throughout the state
where outings were to begin and end.
Tech's Bowling Team has provided
fun and pleasure for Tech students for
three straight years now. The team mem-
bers bowl against each other, and at the
end of the season, trophies are awarded
to teams and individual members. Among
these are trophies for sportmanship, most-
improved bowler, and highest over-all
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BOWLING-FRONT ROW: Mike Logsdon, Ron Holloway, Denise Denny, Mike Glenn, Marion Wes-
terman, Heathcliff Hart. SECOND ROW: Mike Perry, sponsor: Theresa Sovern, Ronald Surenkamp,
Peter Fuhr, Gus McClendon, Danna Richey. THIRD ROW: Kevin Smith, Thom West, Thomas Clay-
ton, Harrison Shaffer, Hascall Shaffer, James Ford. NOT PICTURED: Mike Surenkamp.
CHEERBLOCK-FRONT ROW: Linda Robinson, Pam Virden, Edith Cosper, Becky Goode, Jessie
Cosby, Kim Weber, Mary Wiseman, Margaret Brown. SECOND ROW: Katrina Smith, Denise Byrd,
Kathy Messer, Janie Stewart, Alberta Cousin, Mary Kirby, Melinda Crawford, Marcia Crawford.
THIRD ROW: Alice Purvis, sponsor, Ruth Mitchell, Jana Morris, Mary Blane, Lagenia Scott, Debbie
Armstrong, Laurita Smith, Sheree Cannedy.
There is a group of people at every
Tech football and basketball game who
help bring out that old Tech spirit in
everyone. The Tech Cheerblock is a group
of students who are proud of Tech. Its
members know all the cheers, and they
help the rest of the student body to learn
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JOHN CRUZ shows his style as a member of
the Bowling Team.
VOLLEYBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Mary Lou Manka, coach, Frances Love, Marilyn Williams,
Sheree Cannedy, Pam Stewart, Frances Williams. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Lott, Gail Grayson,
Pat Wilson, Toni Johnson, Patsy Murray, Vickie Parrish.
If you haven't heard about girls' vol- son, Patsy Murray, and Vicki Parrish.
Ieyball, how about this? The new team It was a great start for inter-school
closed its regular season unbeaten and girls' sports at Tech.
looked forward to a win in the sectional The Girls' Gymnastics Team competed
tournament. High scorers were Toni John- with other schools this year for the first
AWARDS for an undefeated season were presented by Flay Reed, principal.
They were judged on a ten point
in these events: Uneven parallel
vaulting, free exercise, and balance
beam. To be qualified for the team the
first had to be on the intramural
team, and the most promising ones were
picked by Miss Chapman.
GIRLS' GYMNASTICS TEAM-FRONT ROW: Barb Price, Julie Fair-
grief, Anna Taylor, Jackie Maxwell, Myra Beard, Michelle Burris, Cathy
Stuck, NOT PICTURED: Diane Cornforth, Jeannie Crouch, Polly Chap-
JULIE FAIRGRIEF does a front hip circle.
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ROW: Bonnie Terry, Diane Cornforth, Jeannie
Crouch, Cheryl Cooper. TOP ROW: Beverly
Clarke, Donna Wildrick.
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"Spirit! Spirit! Let's hear it!" chant
the Tech Cheerleaders as they strive to
promote enthusiasm at football and
basketball games. The varsity and reserve
squads held practices during the summer
from three to five times a week. They
also gave up many Saturdays in order to
hold carwashes, to earn money for their
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bin, Donna Hartsburg, Paula Rush and
Sherry Weiglein, reserve cheerleaders at-
tended a cheerleading camp in Syracuse,
Indiana during the summer. The camp
helped those who attended in their tum-
bling, cheers, and precision. All in all
cheerleading is no easy job but it's fun!
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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-Sherri Chapman, Judy Abernathy, Debbie Hartsburg, Mona Carter,
Sheila Chapman. TOP: Cathy Stuck.
Mrs. Mary Penrod
Thomas E. Clayton
Myra A. Hagan
Mark A. McKinney
Kathy Ann Taylor
Mary J. Beaty
Hillard O. Hahn
Robin L. Kares
Jeffery L. Lingenfelter
Susan M. Morris
Patricia A. Stomm
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President Executive Vice-President
Ricky J. Cosby Chester A. Pettis
Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-At-Arms
Dina L. Eads Anita L. Huber Kathy J. Brinkley
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SENIOR COLORS COMMl'lTEE-FRONT ROW: Silvia Hannemann
Trina Smith, Patty Taube. SECOND ROW: Gail Jones, Darlene Watts
Ricky Cosby, Janice Lee. "'-'
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Judy K. Abernathy
Teresa A. Abernathy
Martha J. Allen
Mary Ann Apostolakis
Dorthy A. Barbee
Arnetta Marie Barnes
Deborah Ann Barnes
Deborah L. Barnes
Diane M. Barnett
Debra Kay Baugh
Judy C. Beaty
Marilyn Joe Beins
Terri Jean Bell
Patricia Kay Bennett
Donna Kay Bernard
Donna L. Berry
Reginald J. Berry
Cynthia E. Berryhill
Samuel E. Beverly
Janice D. Bivens
Lou Ann Black
Barbara J. Blackledge
Joe R. Blakey Jr.
Robert T. Blalock
Willie J. Blanchard
Mildred F. Bland
Patricia A. Bleier
Cynthia Ann Blue
Arthur D. Boggs
Barbara J. Bolden
Rose R. Bond
Michael D. Bradshaw
Kenneth H. Breland
James D. Brewer
Mark S. Brooks
Constance T. Brown
Hellen M. Brown
Kim M. Brown
Marsha J. Brown
Paula C. Brownie
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Jones. SECOND ROW: Frankie Williams, Roger Laughlin. THIRD ROW:
Thom West, Theresa Grayson, Ricky Cosby.
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Kathy Taylor, Ricky Cosby, Larry Wilkerson, Doris Hobbs, Jeff Harlow
Betty Manning, Thomas Perry, Chester Pettis.
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William A. Brummett
Blossom S. Bryant
Pamela S. Buckley
David M. Bullingtgn
Ralph C. Burks
Pierre W. Burnett
Venus K. Buses
Harry D. Butler
Mary E. Butler
Cassandra J. Byers
Phyllis Lorraine Byrd
Robert L. Camphor
Wayne L. Carey
Charles L. Carnal
Sandy K. Carpenter
Mary J. Carruthers
Jacqueline S. Carson
Pamela L. Case
Elizabeth A. Chambers
Wayne A. Chandler
Elsie L. Chatman
Dave W. Clegg
Jeffrey A. Clinton
Carol J. Coleman
James L. Coleman Jr.
Dianna M. Collins
Robert D. Davis
J n Edwards
IRVING WASHINGTON, Patsy Colyer, and Pam Russell look fonrvard to
graduation as they try on their caps and gowns.
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SENIOR ACADEMIC HONORS-FRONT ROW: Wanda Jones, Wanda
Snow, Jacqueline S. Carson, Susan Evans, Kathy J. Brinkley, Teresa Grant
SECOND ROW: Robin Kares, Pat Taube, John Parker, John Hawn, Deb
bie Roberts, Kathy Miller, Paula Greenwell. THIRD ROW: Ricky Cosby,
Carol Hammer, Doug McDaniel, Gregory Boid, Millie Bland, Joyce Moore
Carol Rosebrock, Silvia Hannemann. NOT PICTURED: Sharon Pugh,
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Connie S. Faidley
Donald K. Gillenwater
CHESTER PETTIS, Ricky Cosby, John Parker, and Greg Boid talk over
the prospects of entering service academies.
'72 gwds seek
PRETTY Darlene Watts was
Tech's representative for Ayres'
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Vickie Harris lFosterl
Jeannie Hatton lPurnelll
Carl N. Jones
Daniel Maurice Killebrew
Vincent Charles Killebrew
Carl L. King
Darlene Kay Kirk
Michael W. Lair
Diane Jean Lauderdale
Roger A. Laughlin
Roger Dale LaValley
Larry A. Lawless
Debbie Sue LecClier
Constance Levine Lee
Janice K. Lee
Pamela Denise Ligon
Roy C. Logan
Robert Charles Long
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Judith Annette McCloud
Doug M. McDaniel
Deborah E. McKeage
Robert E. McRov Jr.
Maggie L. Maddox
Marsha Lee Mahan
Bettie C. Manning
Donna Kay Martin
Terry D. Martin
Kathryn A. Miller
Marsha L. Neal
Thomas A. Neal
Nancy Joyce Nichols
Margaretta S. Nicholson
Jerome M. Oakley
Michael G. Oliver
James M. O'Neill
John L. Parker
Victoria Lynn Parrish
Marsha Lynn Peebles
Barbara J. Perry
Gwendolyn D. Petty
Frieda H. Phelps
Donna Jean Pipher
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Vickie S. Poynter
Yulanda J. Price
,, Sharon H. Pugh
Wanda J. Ouackenbush
"' Christine Ratcliff
Richard A. Reneau
-.- Mary L. Rias
' I' Byron Richardson
A Elroy Richardson
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Peter A. Richardson
Michael David Richmond
Patricia A. Riley
Judith A. Roach
John Howard Robertson
Wesley C. Robertson
- Carol E. Robinson
Harold D. Rogers
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Carol A. Rosebrock
Larry D. Ross
John J. Rush
Beverly D. Seats
Dianna Lynn Shaw
Cliff David Shumaker
Marvin Size more
Jerald W. Smith
Miriam Irene Smith
Vicki Lynn Smith
Paul E. Spears
Roberts E. Spells
MEMBERS of the Gift Committee confer with Miss
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Jay C. Stinson
Ronnie J. Stocks
Teresa L. Stokes
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AND THE BEAT goes on as Kathy Taylor strikes up another victory.
Debra L. Swinford
, Jeff Tabor
Patricia K. Taube
Katherine L. Taylor
Lynn K. Taylor
Carolyn L. Tedrow
Vicky Lynn Tisdial
-..-.. Diane Tonge
Z. Anne Townsel
Brenda L. Troxell
L- Linda S.TroxeIl
Sl Carl Turner
, N Duane Turner
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Robert G. Turner
James Twigg N-1
Kelly Jean Underwood
Daniel W. Vaughn 1 Ks
Elizabeth Veney 7
James Benton Via -r
Deborah Elaine Viers f-'
Barbara A. Virden
Rick A. Walker
Irving W. Washington
Jessie Washington 'es
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TECH LEGION-FRONT ROW: Jeff Lingen-
felter, Wanda Snow, Patricia Stomm. Captains:
Patricia Taube, Dina Eads, Ricky Cosby, Co-
commander, Kathy Brinkley. SECOND ROW:
Carol Tedrow, Jean Miller, Kathryn Miller,
Linda Troxell, Carol Hammer, Theresa Herring-
ton, Jacqueline Carson, Teresa Cooper. THIRD
ROW: Diana Wong, Donna Berry, Charles
Black, John Hawn, Vickie Harris, Silvia Han-
nemann, John Parker, Deborah Thorman.
FOURTH ROW: Douglas McDaniel, Teresa
Abernathy, Susan Evans, Douglas Dickson,
Hosea Engram, Janice Bivens, Norman Benson,
Robert Blalock,John I-lappersberger.
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4-6'-9 Bert Wilkerson
Lloyd Steve Wilkinson
-..Q George D. Williams
Leslie Jo Williams
Lizzie B. Williams
Marilyn A. Williams
Aletha E. Willner
Carl Edward Wilson
Melody A. Wilson
James W. Wingo
Richard L. Winkle
Diana K. Wong
Susan K. Woodcock
Karen W. Woods
Louis D. Woods
'C-' Sheila Woods
Daryl M. Woodson
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TECH LEGION-FRONT ROW: Co-command-
er Irving Washington. Captains: Paula-Green-
well, Aletha Willner, Carol Rosebrock. Vera
Vincent, Darlene Watts, Connie Wayman. SEC-
OND ROW: Marguerite Cathy Goergen, Frieda
Phelps, Donna Pipher, Yolanda Price, Rolando
Quintana, Mildred Anna Young, Pamela Sher-
rill. THIRD ROW: Linda Farley, Emilie
Frost, Doris Hobbs, Anita Huber, Paul John-
son, Robin Kares, Carl King. FOURTH ROW:
Venus Buses, Marsha Brown, Mildred Bland,
Gregory Boid, David Bullington, Cassandra
Byers, Kenneth Breland. NOT PICTURED:
Madonna Federle, Teresa Grant, Deborah Mc-
Keage, Kim McNanama, Bonnie Rector, Deb
orah Roberts, Deborah E. Viers.
Lynn B. Wright
ABERNATHY, JUDY KAY: Business Education, Social
Studies! Cheerleaders, Techoir
ABERNATHY, TERESA ANN: Foreign Language,Mathe-
matics, Social Studies! Drama Club, Spanish Club, Thes-
ALLEN, MARTHA Home Economics, Social Studies! Y
ALLENDER, SHE LIA: Home Economics,SociaI Studies
ANDERSON, GUS: Building Trades, Social Studies! Chess
Club, Football, Track
ANDERSON, IVAN: Auto-Aviation! Basketball
ANDERSON,JERRY. Auto-Aviation,Social Studies
ANDERSON, PAMELA: Business Education, Social Studies!
Girls Concert Club
ANDERSON, ROBERT: Social Studies! Basketball
ANDERSON, SHARON: Home Economics, Social Studies
ANDERSON, YVONNE lVonI: Business Edumtion, Social
ANDREW, WILLIAM IFisI'iI' Building Trades
APOSTOLAKIS, MARY ANN: Business Education, Home
Economics, Social Studies! OEA
ARMSTRONG, NYRITA: Home Economics, Social Studies
ASHER, WILMA SUE: Business Education, Social Studies
ASHLEY, MICHAEL DENNIS lMikel: Business Education,
ATWOOD, ERNEST ILadl. Social Studies!Baseball
AUSTIN, BARBARA Business Education, Home Economics
BABB, DONNA SUE Home Economics, Social Studies
BACON, DENISE DARLENE IPunkinl: Mathematics,Social
Studies!Concert Band, Speech Team, SAO representative
BACON, JAMES ARTHUR lTinkl1 Auto-Aviation, Social Stu-
BAKER, BRUCE WAYNE IBerryI2 Industrial Arts
BAKER, VIOLA' Home Economics,Social Studies!Y Teens
BALDWIN, LORE'l'l'A: Business Education!English Office
BALL, DANNY M.: Social Studies
BANKS, BECKY' Business Education, Social Studies
BARDWELL, WILLIAM. Business Education, Music, Social
BARGER, LONNIE Business Education,Social Studies
BARKER, CHARLES WAYNE: Auto-Aviation, Science, So-
BARNES, ARNETTA MARIE' Business Education, Social
BARNES, DEBORAH ANN IDebbielz Business Education,
Home Economics, Mathematics! SAO representative
BARNES, DEBORAH L, lDebbiel' Home Economics! Track
BARNETT, DIANE M. Business Education, Home Econom-
aff, ,AEP M
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si' SENOR, this is Sadie Hawkins oav, says
David Bullington as Marsha Brown eyes the
Jerry Ann Gayles -..-
icsl CANNON agent
BARNETT,WALTER: Building Trades! Basketball
BARTLEY, PATRICIA JO: Business Education, Home Eco-
nomim, Social Studies
BATEMAN,CAROLYN: Home Ewnomics
BATTS, DEBRA: Business Education, Home Economics,
BATTS, KARLA: Social Studies
BAUGH, DEBRA KAY lDebbiel: Home Economics, Social
BEAMON, GERALD IHercl: Building Trades
BEATY, JUDY C.: Foreign Language, Social Studies! German
BEATY, MARY JO lJodiel: Business Education, Social
Studies! OEA, Red Cross Club, ROTC Girls, Girls Concert
Club, Girls Enserrble, Techoir, CANNON agent, SAO
representative, class recorder, sweater committee
BEEVER, THOMAS M.: Business Education, Social Studies!
DE, FTA. SDE-lnish Club, Wrestling
BEINS, MARILYN JOE: Business Education, Home Eco-
BELL, BONNIE: Home Economics!Y-Teens
BELL, SERENA: Home Economics
BELL, TERRI JEAN: Home EoonomicslGAA, Girls Volley-
ball, Gymnastics, CANNON agent, SAO representative
BE LTON, NATHANIEL: Building Trades, Social Studies
BENNETT, PATRICIA KAY: Home Economics, Social
BENNINGFIELD, DONALD TERRY: Industrial Arts, Social
BENSON, NORMAN: Social Studies
BERNARD, DONNA KAY: Business Education, Social
BERRY, DONNA LYNETTE: Foreign Language, Home Eco-
nomics, Social Studies!French Club, GAA,SAO representa-
BERRY, REGINALD J.: Auto Aviation! Basketball, Track
BERRY, WARNER: Industrial Arts, Social Studies
BERRYHILL, CYNTHIA ELAINE: Home Economics, So-
BEVERLY,SAMUEL E.: Art
BINGHAM, LARRY: Building Trades, Social Studies
BIVENS, JANICE DEAN: Business Education, Home Eoo-
nomitsl Drill Team, History Club, High School Red Cross
Club, ROTC Girls, ROTC Sponsors
BLACK, CHARLES lGumbyl: Art, Music, Social Studies!
Lettermen's Club, Cross Country, Basketball, Boys Oc-
BLACK, LOU ANN: Social Studies
BLACKLEDGE, BARBARA lCatellierl: Social Studies
BLAKEY, JOE R. JR.: Building Trades, Social Studies!
BLALOCK, ROBERT T. lBobl: Foreign Language, Social
HI Y'ALLl says Kathy Brinkley as she clowns
around on senior dress-down day.
THE UNRECOGNIZABLES Debbie Thorman,
Jean Miller, Mark Jarrett, Jeff Meid, and
Steve Herrington pose on Sadie Hawkins Day.
Studies!Drama Club, German Club, NFL, Thespians,
BLANCHARD, WILLIE J.: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies!
BLAND, MILDRED F. IMillieI: Business Education Home
Economics! COE, Gymnastics, OEA
BLEIER, PATRICIA A. IPattiel: Business Education, Social
BLUE, CYNTHIA ANN IBluel: Business Education Social
Studies!GAA, Junior Council, SAO representative,Colors
Committee of Senior Class
BOGGS, ARTHUR DEVON: Art, Industrial Arts, Social
StudieslPhotography Club, Tennis
BOID, GREG: Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social
BOLDEN, BARBARA SEAN: Home Economics!Track
BOND, ROSE RENEE: Mathematics, Social Studies!Chess
Club, High School Red Cross Club, Concert Orchestra,
String Ensemble, Techoir
BOOKER, VICKEY: Foreign Language, Social Studies!
Spanish Club, Judo Club, ROTC Sponsors, ROTC Girls
Drill Team, SAO representative
BORELLY, ROBERT lBobl: Industrial Arts,SociaI Studies
BOYD, LORNA: Home Economics, Social Studies
BRADSHAW, MICHAEL DALE: Industrial Arts,
BRANDON, CALVIN: Business Education, Social Studies!
JER student body president
BRANTLEY,JOSEPH1 Metal Trades! Intramural Sports
BRELAND, KENNETH: Auto-Aviation, Mathematics! Let-
termen's Club, Football, Track, Wrestling
BREWER, HOWARD: Building Trades, Social Studies! His-
BREWER, JAMES DENNIS: Business Education, Social
Studies! Intramural Sports
BRINKLEY, KATHY JEAN: Mathematics, Social Studies!
Drama Club, FTA, NFL, High School Red Cross Club,
Symphonic Band, Concert Orchestra, Girls Concert Club,
Techoir, Speech Team, SAO representative, Sergeant-at
Ii-I I 1.
ISPLAYING only a senior's talent are a few of Tech's graduating "stars" led by Super-Senior Ricky
arms ol Senior Class
BROOKS, BARBARA Social Studies
BROOKS, MARK STEVEN: Social Studies! History Club,
Wrestling, Junior Council, CANNON Yearbook Stall
BROWN, CHARLES E. Electrical Trades, Baseball, Basket-
ball, Football, Boys Concert Club, Concert Band, Dance
BROWN, CONSTANCE TERESA IConnteI Bustness Educa-
tton, Soctal Studtes
BROWN, HELLEN MARIE' Business Education, Home Eco-
nomnc. Social Studies
BROWN, KIM: Building Trades! ROTC Ofltcers
BROWN, MARSHA: Foreign Language, Mathemattc, Soctal
Studies! Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Techotr
BROWNlE,PAULA. Social Studies
BRUMMETT, WILLIAM ANTHONY Mathematic, Social
Studies! Key Club, Wrestlrng
BRYANT, BLOSSOM SHERMANE Music! Mustc Club,
Girls Ensemble, Techorr
BUCKLES, ME LVIN' Building Trades
BUCKLEY, GARY' Building Trades, Social Studies! Football,
Golf. Concert Band. Marching Band
BUCKLEY, PAMELA SUE' Art, Social Studies
BUCKNER, ADRIAN LAVERNE. Business Education, For-
eign Language, Social Studies! COE, OEA, Matorette
BULLINGTON, DAVID' Foreign Language,SoctalStudtes!
Drama Club, FTA, Spanrsh Club, Thesptans. Bell Choir,
lglelodayres, Techotr, Cap and Gown Committee ol Senior
BURKS, RALPH: Electrtcal Trades
BURNETT, PIERRE: Metal Trades
BURNETTE, LEONARDt Social Studres!Basketball
BUSES, VENUS KAY: Business Education, Forergn Lan-
guage, Social Studies! French Club, OEA, Prayer Circle,
Service Club, SAO representative
BUSIC, DORLAN1 Auto-Aviation, Social Studies
BUSSERG, BRENDA: Home Economic
BUTLER, DAVID: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies! lvlarchrng
Band, Concert Band. Dance Band
BUTLER, MARY: Business Education, Social Studies! Ser-
BUTLER, HARRY D.: Auto Avtatron, Social Studies!
Football, Track, Wrestling
BYERS, CASSANDRA J.: Business Education, Home Eco-
nomic. Soclal Studies
BYRD. PHYLLIS L.. Home Economic. Social Studies
CAMPBELL, RAYFIELD Metal Trades
CAMPHOR, ROBERT L.: Social Studies! Basketball
CAREY, WAYNE LEE Drafting, Mathematics, Social
CARNAL, CHARLES LEE IChtckl. Business Education,
lndustrtal Arts! Cross Country, Track, Boys Concert Club,
CANNON agent, SAO representative
CARPENTER, SANDY KAY Mathematics, Social Studres
CARRUTHERS, MARY JEAN: Business Education, Mathe-
CARSON, JACOUELINE SUE lJackrel: Bustness Education,
Foreign Language! COE, OEA, SAO representative
CARSON. TANYA T.. Bustness Educatton, Mathematics,
Social Studies! DE, Drama Club
CARTER. WAYNE: Art! Photography Club, Football
CASE, PAMELA LElGHi Busrness Education, Soczal Studres!
CHAMBERS, ELIZABETH ANN: Foreign Language, Mathe-
matic, Social Studres! Girls Concert Club
CHANDLER, WAYNE ALLENI Aut0AAvtatt0n, Soctal Studies
Cl-IATMAN. ELSIE L.: Home Eoonomtcs
CLARK. LOUISE: Home Economic, Soctal Studies! CAN
CLAYTON, SUZETTE: Business Education, Mathematics,
Social Studies! Drama-Speech Club, NFL, Speech Team,
Junior Council, SAO feoresentattve, Colors Committee ol
CLAYTON, THOMAS E.: Mathematic, Social Studres!Chess
Club, French Club, Bowling, Lettermen's Club, Football,
Tennis, Chairman ol senior roll room 190
CLEGG, DAVID' Pnnttng! Lettermen's Club, Prrnttng Club,
Baseball, Wrestling, Football
CLINTON, JEFF' Drafting, Social Studies! Key Club, Let-
termen's Club, Cross Country, Basketball, Track, CANNON
agent, SAO representative
COLE, DIANE: Business Educ:-mon, Home Economlq, 50.
COLEMAN. CAROL JEAN Social Studres
TWO SADIE Hawkins Day celebrants stop their
celebrating long enough to say hi!
COLEMAN, JAMES LEE JR.: Art, Social Studies
COLLINS, DIANNA M.: Business Education
COLLINS, SHERRY: I-Iome Economic, Social Studies
COLYER, PATSY CAROL: Business Education, Home Eco-
nomic, Social Studies! SAO representatrve
CONNELL, MIKE: Auto Aviation, Drafting
CONNER ERWIN L.: Metal Trades,SoctaI Studies
COOK,STEVEN L.: Social Studies! ICT
COOMBS, ROBERT C.: Social Studies! ROTC Drill Team
COOPER, RONALD LYNN: Building Trades, Social Studies!
COOPER, TERESA ANN: Busrness Education, Home Eco-
nomlc! OE A, Symphonic Band, Concert Orchestra
CORK, WINFORD: Industrial Arts, Socral Studres
CORLETT,CARL' Prrntrng,Socral Studies! Goll
CORN, VICKIE: Home Economics, Social Studies! SAO
CARSARO, TONI LOU' Business Educatron, Socral Studies!
DE, Cheerleaders, Bowling Team, CANNON agent, Float
Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Dance Committee,
COSBY, RICKY J,: Foreign Language, Mathematics, Science,
Social Studtes! Chemlstry Club, Intramurals Sports, Let-
terman's Club, Spanish Club, President ol Senior Class
COSPER, TONA' Business Education, Home Economics,
Mathematic, Social Studies! OEA
CRAWFORD, CHERYL Home Economic, Social Studies
CROCKETT, RHONDA GAYLE' Music, Social Studies,
Physical Education! German Club, High School Red Cross
Club, ROTC Grrls Dull Team, Matorettes, Girls Concert
Club, Melodyres, Techorr
CROUSE, CHERYL LEE Business Education, Social Studies!
OEA, CANNON Yearbook Stall
CUMMINS, KAREN E. Home Economic
DALTON, BELINDA JOYCE Buslness Education, Social
DALTON. MICHAEL DEAN Industrial Arts, Soctal Studies
DAVIS, LE AVE LL Electrical Trades, Social Studies
DAVIS, ROBERT DARRELL Auto-Aviation, Social Studies
DAVIS, STEVEN Social Studttrs
DAVISSON, MARK Auto-Avtatton, Social Studies! Football.
DAWSON, ANTHONY Art, Social Studu:s!Lr:ttr'rrrl:n's Club
Football, Tennis, Wrestling
DAY, DALE NIi1lh9fT18IlC's,Ir1dustrIillArls
DE BRUHL, MARY ANN Business Education, Socral Studies
DEMICHIELI, SHERRY LYNN Business Etluultton, Socral
Studies! CANNON Newspaper Stall
DICKSON, DOUGLAS WYNN Business Education, Mathr-
matrcs, Socral Studies! Lettermerrs Club, OEA, I-lurmn
Relations Council, Cross Country, Football, Track, Juruor
Council, Boys Concert Club, Boys Octuttrf, Techotr
DOBBS, KATHY ANN Business Educatron, Music! Service
Club, Brrll Choir, Girls Concert Club. SAO represrrntatrve
Cap and Gown Committee ol Senior Class
DODSON, RESENDA Business Education
DONAHUE, SHARON Business Education, FU""fI" I--I"
guage, Social Studies
DONALDSON, SHARON Social Studtrfs
DORSEY, L MARY Business Education, Home Eurnornrci.
Social Studres! GAA, OEA
DORSEY, VICTOR JR Social Studies' History Club, Bowl
DOTY, RUTH Ietlltrgl Home Economlc'-, Social Studies."
Prayer Circle, Spanlsh Club, Glrls Vollr-yball, ROTC Grrls,
ROTC Girls Drrll Team
DOWNS, CATHY LYNN Business Education
DOWNS, JEROME Business Education, Printing
DRAKE, JOHN P. Busrncss Education, Foreign Language,
Social Studies! ICT, Spanish Club
DRASS, NANCY SUE Business Education, Home Eco-
nomic, Music! COE, Girls Concert Club, CANNON agent,
SAO Representative, Acrtvtttes Committee ol St?rtlrJr Class
DRIGGS, DONNIE LEE lD0nl Social Studies, Football.
DUE, MARCIA Home Economics, Social Studllfs
DULLEN, BRIDGET E Business Education, Home Eco
DUMES, JAMES EARL Auto-Avratroll, Soclal Studtr-s
DUNNIVAN WYLENE Art,SocraI Studies
DURHAM, V, LEE JR Industrial Arts, Social Studies
EADS, DINA LYNN Mathematics, Social Studies." Key Club,
NFL, Ourll St Scroll, High School Red Cross Club, Speech
Team, CANNON Newspaper Stall, SAO Executive Board
EDWARDS, ALVIN Industrial Arts, Social Studresr Baseball.
Basketball, Concert Band
EDWARDS, JEAN ANTIONETTE IJeanrtrf:l Horne ELO-
nomic, Social Studies
EDWARDS, MARY E. Social Studies! GAA, High School
Red Cross Club, Y Teens, Bowllng Club, Track, Glrls
EICKS, JANET E Mathematics, Social Studies! Prayer
Circle, t-ltgh School Red Cross Club, Concert Band
ELLIS, GWENDOLYN DENISE Business Education, Home
Economics, Mathematics! Drama Club, CANNON Newspa-
ELLIS, THOMAS W. Industrial Arts, Social Studies
ELMORE, SAMUEL Building Trades, Business Education
ENGRAM, HOSEA Industrial Arts, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Intramural Sports, Lettermen's Club, Wrestling
ERVIN, LINDA lKayl Social Studies.-' NFL, Radlo Club
Speech Team, CANNON agent, SAO representative
ET-TINGER, JANICE MARIE SOClal Studlesr' Lalln Club
EVANS,GEORGE H. Social Studies' Chess Club, ICT
EVANS, MICHELLE Spanish Club, Soclal Studies, Science.
EVANS, RICKIE Auto-Aviation, Social Studies
EVANS, SUSAN DIANNE Business Educatlon, Social
Studres!ICT, OEA, High School Red Cross Club, CANNON
agent, SAO representative
EWING, CARLA ELAINE Home Economlcs, Social Studies
FAIDLEY, CONNIE SUE Social Studies
FARLEY, LINDA G. Business Education, Foreign Language,
Social Studles!Kc'y Club, Spanish Club, CANNON News-
paper Stalf, SAO representatlve, Colors Cornmltter: ol Se-
FARLEY, ROBERT M AulO-Aviation
FEDERLE, MADONNA JO Business Education
FIELDS, DEBORAH ANN Buslness Educatron, Social
FIELDS, ROBERT W.. Business Education, Social Studies
FORD, RICHARD Industrial Arts' Concert Band
FRANKLIN, ERNESTINE Business Education, Social Studies
FROST, ENIILIE JANE. BLISIFIQSS EduC.3tlor1, SOCIIII Studies-'
COE, OEA, Concert Band
FUOUA, AUDRA Business Educatron, Home Economic
GAMBLE. GARY Burldrng Trades, Social Studies
GARDNER, MARK' Science, Social Studres! Wrestllng
GARTEN, DONNA KAY Business Educatron, Social Studlrzs
GAYLES, JERRY ANN Business Educatron, Home Eco
GEARLDS, BILLY M. Business Educalton-' Baseball
GEE, ALICE M. Home Economics! Speech Team
GIBEAUT, RICHARD LE ROY Social Studies
GIBSON, LAWSON Building Trades
GIBSON, RICHARD L. ILeel Electrical Tradesr ICT
GILKEY, LARRY N.. Building Trades
GILLENWATER, DONALD K Electrical Tradesl'Chr'ss Club
GLEASON, BARBARA JEAN Business Education, Home
GLENN, MICHAEL E Burldrng Trades, Social Studies-
Htkrng Club, History Club, Baseball, ROTC Rtllr- Team.
GOERGEN, MARGUERITE CATHERINE ICatl'tyl Business
Edumtlon, Social Studres!COE, German Club, Hiking
Club, OEA, SAO representative
GOLIDAY, DISSREE KAY Busrness Educ.1tron,Homt3 Eco-
nomics, Social Studtcs!DE
GORBETT, RICHARD E. IRtckI Building Trades
GOWDY, RICKY Prlnttr1g,S0clalSludtes
GRAHAM, DAVID Metal Trades, Social Studres!FootbaII,
Wrestlrng, SAO representative
GRAHAM, SHARON SUE Business Educatron, Social Studnfs
GRANT, TERESA LYNN Social Studtes! French Club, Hts-
tory Club, Hugh School Ri-d Cross Club! ROTC Sponsors,
ROTC Girls Drull Team, SAO Executive Board, Colors
Committee ol Senuor Class
GRAVES, BARBARA Business Educatuon, Socual Studues!
GRAVES, CYNTHIA Business Education, Home Economics,
Social Studues! Music Club, Gurls Concert Club
GRAVES, SHARON MARIE Home Economics, Social
Studies! Prayer Circle
GRAY, SHIRLEY Business Education
GRAYSON, THERESA Business Education! COE, Drama
Speech Club, OEA, Speech Team, SAO representative,
Chairman ol Sweater Committee of Senuor Class
GREEN, TIMOTHY Socual Studies
GREENE, FRANKIE Home Economics! GAA
GREENWE LL, PAULA KAY Business Education, Art! Art
Club, COE, OEA, Hugh School Red Cross Club
GRICE, CAROLYN Business Educatuon, Home Economics
GRIFFIN, KENNETH WAYNE' Mathematics, Social Studies
GROOMS, L'TANYA lTinyl Business Education, Home Eco-
nomucs, Socual Studues!COE, OEA, SAO representative,
Senuor Activity Committee, Regional representative of OEA
GROSS, REBECCA lBeckyl Home Economics
GUESS, KATHERINE D. IDarlenel. Home Economics, So-
GUIDEN, RICHARD W IRuckI Art!Boys Concert Club
GUYINN, JOHN Industrial Arts
HAGAN, MYRA ANN Business Educatuon!Bell Choir, Con-
cert Orchestra, Strung Ensemble, Senuor Councul
HAGER, GAYLE ANN' Social Studies!Gurls Concert Club,
HAHN, ANN MARIE' Socual Studues!Drama Club
HAHN, HILLARD' Auto4Avuatuon!ROTC Officer, ROTC
Drull Team, CANNON agent, Senuor Class Recorder
HAINES, TERRY LYNN: Business Educatuoru,Socual Studues!
HALE, ERRAC A.: Building Trades, Social Studies
HALE, MICHELE IYancyl: Mathematics, Social Studies
HALL, BETTE ANNETTE lNettal' Business Educatuon,
Home Economics, Socual Studues!DE, Girls Concert Club
JUST ANOTHER NORMAL DAY at Tech as
Pat Taube, Mark McKinney, Irving Washington,
and Doug McDaniel dance to class.
HAM, MARK Socual Studies
HAMILTON, STEVAN EDWARD: Mathematics, Pruntung,
Social Studues! German Club, Pruntung Club, CANNON
HAMILTON, RICHARD J. INappvl: Business Educatuon,So-
HAMILTON, ROBERT LEWIS JR. IKung Parachutel. Auto-
Avuatuon,Socual Studues!ROTC Officers, ROTC Rifle Team,
ROTC Drill Team
HAMILTON, ROY EUGENE. Auto-Aviation, Socual Studies!
ROTC Officers, ROTC Drull Team
HAMILTON, THOMAS MARSHALL1 Printing
HAMMER, CAROL S.: Business Education, Socual Studies!
COE, History Club, OEA
HAMPTON, BENJIMIN. Auto-Aviation, Business Education!
NFL, Basketball, Track
HANNEMAN, SILVA' Mathematics, Social Studues! Bell
Choir, Maiorette Corps, SAO representative
HAPPERSBERGER, JOHN CARL: Foreign Language, Social
Studues! Bell Choir, Boys Octette, Techour
HARDIMAN, GRADY' Socual Studies! Baseball, Basketball
HARGETT, JACKIE: Metal Trades, Socual Studies! Basket-
HARLOW, JEFFERY EUGENE IJeffI: Pruntung, Socual
Studues! Pruntung Club, Baseball, Wrestling, Boys Concert
HARMON, KAREN L.' Business Educatuon, Home Econom'
ics! SAO representative
HARRIS, BESSIE R. IReneal' Home Economics! Track,
HARRIS, DENISE ANN: Home Economics, Mathematics,
HARRIS, HENRIETTA IEtial1 Business Educatuon, Socual
HARRIS, MARSHA ELAINE Home Economics
HARRIS, VICKIE LIANNA: Business Educatuon, Home Ecoa
nomics,SocuaI Studies! DE, SAO representative
HART, FOSTER B.: Industrial Arts, Socual Studies! Chess
Club, Radio Club
HARTSBURG, DEBORAH IDebbyl: Business Education,
Home Economics! DE, Cheerleaders, SAO representative
HATFIELD, BARBARA: Home Economics
HATTON, JEANNIE MARIE' Home Economics
HAWN, JOHN' Business Educatuon, Mathematics, Social
Studues! OEA, CANNON agent, CANNON Newspaper
Staff, SAO Executive Board,SAO representative
HAZELWOOD, SHEILA LYNN: Home Economics! Red
HENDERSON, PHILLIP W,: Art, Building Trades
HENDRICKSON, JANET LYNN: Home Economics, Social
Studues! Senuor Office Messenger, English Assistant,Maior-
ette Corps, SAO representative, Prom Committee, Actuvu-
ties Committee of Senior Class
HENRY, RICHARD: Art! Football, Boys Concert Club, SAO
HERRERA, MELVA MARY: Home Economics
HERRINGTON, STEVE: Industrial Arts, Mathematics! ICT
HERRINGTON, THERESA JEAN. Business Educatuon,
Home Economics! Service Club
HERRON, RONALD lRonl: Foreign Language, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies! Spanish Club, Wrestling
HICKS, LAWRENCE E.: Art! ROTC Officers, Boys Concert
Club, Techour, CANNON Yearbook Staff
HILLIARD, LUGENE: Electrical Trades, Social Studies
HITE, DAVID L.: Social Studies
HOBBS, DORIS H.: Socual Studies! GAA, Intramural Sports,
Service Club, Basketball, Track, SAO representative
HODGES, KENNETH LEONARD IKennylI Building Trades,
HOKE, STEPHANIE: Mathematics, Social Studues! Volley-
ball, Junior Council, CANNON agent, SAO representative
HOLDER, ROBERT WAYNE IBobl. Auto-Aviation
HOLLINS, MARVIN: Metal Trades
HOLMAN, DWIGHT: Electrical Trades
HOLMES, PAULETTE: Home Economics
HOLT, JOHNNY: Building Trades
HONE, ROSEMARIE ANN lRosel: Business Education!
HOOD, KAREN FLO: Socual Studies! Drama Speech Club,
French Club, History Club, Y-Teens, CANNON agent,
CANNON Yearbook Staff
HOOVER, GWYNNA K.: Socual Studies
HORNE, L, JEFFERY. Socual Studies
HOWARD,JAMES lJ.C.l1 Auto-Aviation
HOWE, TIMOTHY DONALD ITir'ril' Business Education, ln-
HOWELL, JOSEPH: Socual Studies
HOWERY, STEVEN My Drafting, Mathematics, Socual
Studues! ICT, Key Club, Football
HUBBARD, ERMA1 Home Economics! Track
HUBBARD, JERRY THOMAS: Business Educatuon, Electrical
Trades, Mathematics, Socual Studies!Chemustry Club, ICT,
Key Club, Lettermen's Club, Radio Club, History Club,
Basketball, Football, Wrestling, Concert Band
HUBER, ANITA LYNN: Music, Socual Studues!Hugh School
Red Cross Club, Girls Ensemble, Techour, SAO Executive
Board, Senuor Class Treasurer
HUDSON, MATTHEW L.: Electrical Trades, Social Studues!
HUGHES, JOHN W,: Art
HUNT, STANLEY E. lStanl: Auto-Aviation, Socual Studies
HUNTER, RONNIE WAYNE: Auto-Aviation
HURNS, MINNIEI Socual Studies
HURT, MARSHA F.: Business Educatuon, Home Economics
HUTCHERSON, CAROLYN ELAINE lHenryl: Business Ed-
ucation, Socual Studies
IRBY, JAMES ALLEN: Building Trades
ISON, SHERYL DIANNE iSherrll: Business Educatuon, So-
cual Studues! Key Club, Service Club, SAO representative
ISRAEL, SALLY ANN: Business Education, Socual Studues!
FTA, Art Club
IVY, BRENDA JOYCE' Business Education, Home Eco-
nomics, Socual Studues! ROTC Girls
IVY, WILLIE C.: Building Trades, Business Education! Cross
Countrv, Football, Track
JACKSON, ANTHONY JAY lTonyl: Art, Socual Studues!
Drama Club, French Club, History Club, Boys Concert
Club, Melodayres, Techour, CANNON Newspaper Staff
JACKSON, DARI: Socual Studies
JACKSON, LOUISE: Business Educatuon, Home Economics!
Drama Club, Speech Team
JACKSON, SHIRLY YOVNNE: Business Educatuon, Home
Economics! High School Red Cross Club, ROTC Girls,
ROTC Girls Drull Team
JACKSON, THOMAS B. IShanel: Social Studies!Lettermen's
Club, Football, Wrestling, SAO representative
JACOBS, DENISE ANN: Business Educatuon, Social Studies!
Concert Orchestra, Girls Concert Club, Techoir
JARRETT, MARK CONRAD: Business Education, Mathe-
matics, Socual Studies! Lettermen's Club, OEA, Football,
JEFFERSON, ALLAN ISaluphanel: Art
JOHNSON, BRENDA KAY: Home Economics
JOHNSON, CARL A.: Drafting
JOHNSON, DEBORAH ANN: Home Economics! ICT, Track
JOHNSON, JOHNNY J.: Drafting, Social Studies!Tennis, ln-
JOHNSON, OLLIE: Auto-Aviation
JOHNSON, PAUL: Auto-Aviation, Socual Studues! ICT
JOHNSON, TERRY: Home Economics, Socual Studies
JOHNSON, TONI S.: Business Education, Social Studues!
GAA, FTA, Y-Teens, Girls Volleyball
JOHNSON, WILLIE A.: Auto-Aviation! Concert Band
JONES, CARL: Building Trades, Social Studues!Lettermen's
Club, Football, Track, SAO representative
JONES, CARL NELSON: Art, Social Studies
JONES, DARRELL: Printing, Social Studies
JONES, GAIL DENISE: Social Studies! GAA, Human Rela-
tions Council, Spanish Club, Colors Committee of Senior
JONES, JOHN D.: Auto Aviation! Basketball
JONES, KENNETH EDWARD: Business Education! Football
JONES, LUEL1 Social Studies! Girls Concert Club, SAO
LIKE A babe-in-arms, so is a Titan in the eyes
of her friends!
representative, CANNON agent
JONES, ROBERT EARL: Building Trades
JONES, ROGER S,: Auto-Aviation! Lettermen's Club, Foot-
ball, ROTC Officers
JONES, SAMUEL: Business Education, Socual Studies
JONES, WANDA: Socual Studies! History Club, Quill and
Scroll, FTA, SAO Executive Board, CANNON Newspaper
Staff, CANNON agent
JORDAN, CARL: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies! Con-
cert Band, Concert Orchestra, Chairman of senior roll room
JORDAN, LARRY: Building Trades, Social Studies! Letter-
men's Club, Football, Track
KARES, ROBIN LEE: Foreign Language, Music, Social
Studies! French Club, Key Club, NFL, Quill and Scroll,
ROTC Girls, Techoir, Speech Team, CANNON Newspaper
Staff, SAO Executive Board, Cap and Gown Committee,
Senior Council, Recorder Roll Room 6
KEILLOR, BLAKE JOSEPH: Art, Printing
KEITHLEY, KAREN KAY: Business Education, Social
KELLER, FRANKIE LEEi Building Trades, Social Studies!
KELLER, HENRIETTA: Home Economics! Track
KELLER, STEVEN: Social Studies! CANNON agent
KENDALL, RICHARD: Building Trades
KENDRICK, JAMES: Business Educatuon, Mathematics! Bas-
ketball, Track, Boys Concert Club, OEA
KENNEDY, DARLENE DELOIS: Business Education, Math-
ematics, Social Studies!GAA, OEA, Girls Volleyball, SAO
KILLEBREW, DANIEL MAURICE: Building Trades
KILLEBREW, VINCENT CHARLES: Electrical Trades, So-
cual Studies! Chess Club, Lettermen's Club, Baseball, Bas-
KING, BERTHA L. IB.L.l: Business Education, Social Studies
KING, CARL L.: Mathematics, Social Studies, Science! Bell
Choir, Melodayres, Techoir, Football, Wrestling
KING, DWIGHT JOEL: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies
KIRK, DARLENE KAY: Social Studies
KNOX, MARCHELL: Building Trades! Bowling, Baseball,
LAIR, MICHAEL W.: Electrical Trades
ROBIN KARES is just a big baby at heartl
LANGE, MELVIN. Building Trades! Cross Country, Track,
LAUDERDALE, DIANE JEAN IThe Loverl Home Econom-
sex. Socsal Studies
LAUGHLIN, ROGER A: Mathematics, Social Studies! Ger-
man Club, Key Club, High School Red Cross Club, Cross
Country, Basketball, Concert Band, Float Committee,
LAVALLEY, ROGER DALE Printing! Concert Band
LAWLESS, LARRY A ILorenzol' Social Studses!Kev Club,
DE, French Club, History Club, Float Committee of sensor
LAWRENCE, DENNIS. Prsntsng, Socsal Studies! ICT
LAWRENCE, STANLEY Art, Mathematics, Socsal Studies!
Key Club, Lettermen's Club, Techoir, Prom Committee
LAY, WILLIAM T.: Industrial Arts, Socsal Studses
LECCLIER, DEBRA SUSAN lDebbie Suel Industrial Arts,
Social Studies! Maiorette Corps
LEE, BEVERLY ANN Bussness Education, Social Studies
LEE, CONSTANCE LEVINE Business Education, Mathe-
matics, Socsal Studies! DE, Cheerblock, CANNON agent,
LEE, GLORIA J. lGlorsal. Home Economics
LEE, JANICE K. Business Education, Horne Economics, So-
cial Studies! OEA, Colors Commsttee, Float Commsttee ol
LEWIS, BARBARA lBobbs Jol Social Studses
LIGON, PAME LA DENISE Home Economics, Social Studies
LINGENFELTER, JEFFREY. Drafting, Social Studies! ln-
tramural Soorts, Lettermen's Club, Cross-country, Track,
Wrestling, Junior Council, SAO representative, SAO Execu-
tive Board, CANNON agent, Senior COUOCII
LITTLE, JOE Electrical Trades! ROTC Officers, ROTC Rifle
MADDEN, NICHOLAS lNsckI Electrical Trades
MADDOX, MAGGIE SOCIBI Sludsesl French Club, Sps:srt.h
Team, CANNON Yearbook Staff, Tsrchoir
MAHAN, MARSHA LEE Business Education, Socsal Studies!
MANNING, BETTIE C Socsal Studies! Drama Speech Club,
GAA, Junior Council, Masorette Corps, Speech Team, Sie
mor Class Committee
MARTIN, TERRY D. Business Education, Social Studies!
OEA, COE! SAO representative
MARTIN, DONNA KAY Home Economics! ROTC Girls
MATHIS, DAVID JEROME IPawl Electrical Trades! Track,
ROTC Officers, ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC Drill Team
MATTHEWS, CAROL ANNE Home Economics, Socsal
Studies! CANNON agent
MATTHEWS, SHEILA DENISE Foreign Language, Social
Studies! GAA, Cheerblock, Spanish Club, SAO represents
MAXEY, JAMIE SUE Business Education, Home Econom
ics, Social Studies
MAXEY, KATHRYN L SOCsal Studies
MAXEY, LARRY Drafting, Mathematics
MAXWELL, REGGIE Art! Concert Orchestra, Symphonic
MEANS, VON S. lZekeI Mathematics, Social Studies! ROTC
Officers, ROTC Drsll Team
MEDCALF, CARMEN. Business Education, Social Studies
MEID, JEFFREY L.. Drafting, Mathematics, Social Studies!
Bowling, Baseball, Boys Concert Club, Techoir
MERRIWEATHERH MAE E 2 Home Economics, Socsal
Studies! JCL, Y-Teens
NIERRIWEATHER, WAVERY DEWAYNE lDewaynel. Auto'
A HAPPY CREW sings dress-down blues.
Team, ROTC Drill Team
LIVINGSTON, HAROLD O'NEAL: Auto'Avsation, Socsal
Studies! Boys Concert Club, Track
LOCKHART, WILLIAM GENE Art, Socsal Studleslwrestlsng
LOGAN, LUCILLE' Home Economics
LOGAN, ROY C.: Electrical Trades, Socsal Studies!Cross
LONG, CHRISTINA' Art!GAA, Track, CANNON agent
LONG. MARCHE LE Business Education, Home Economics
LONG. MARILYN' Business Education, Socsal Studies
LONG, ROBERT CHARLES. Socsal Studies
LOWERY, CARL' Electrical Trades! Key Club, Lettermen's
Club, Human Relations, Football, Wrestling, Boys Concert
LUCAS. LESLIE Industrial Arts
LUPAS, JENNIFER' Business Educatson! DE, Float Coma
mittee of sensor roll room
MCB RADY, BONITA: Social Studies! Service Club
MCCLANAHAN, RUTH. Business Education, Social Studies!
MCCLENDON, GUS W. Business Education, Industrial Arts,
Socsal Studies! FTA, OE A, Float Committee of senior class
MCCLOUD, JUDITH ANNETTE Business Education, Home
MCDANIEL, DOUG M. Mathematics, Music, Science, Social
Studies! Human Relations Council, Key Club, Symphonscs
Band, Concert Orchestra, Dance Band
MCDANIEL, ROBERT lBurtl Social Studies
MCDONALD, ANITA Socsal Studies, Spanish Club, ROTC
Girls, ROTC Girls Drill Team, Concert Band, Girls Concert
MCFARLAND, CATHY Social Studies
MCGEE, ROCHELLE Business Education, Socsal Studies,
MCGHEE, BETTY JEAN: Business Education
MCINTOSH, LAINIE lCarolI' Business Education! Service
Club. Girls Concert Club.Ma1orette Corps, SAO representa-
MCKEAGE, DEBORAH E. Business Education, Socsal Studies
MCKINNEY, MARK A Social Studies!Human Relations,
Kev Club, Lettermerfs Club, Music Club, Spanish Club,
Football, Golf, Wrestling, Boys Ocrgtrgl Tgchoiy' SAQ
representative, Sensor Council, Chairman 01 gemor rgll
f00m. Cao and Gown Commsttee of senior class
MCMANAMA, KIM L. Business Education, Social Studies!
COE, OEA, Concert Band
MCPHERSON, MICHAEL Building Trades!Cher-nistry Club,
Lettermen's Club, Radio Club, Baseball, Basketball
MCROY, ROBERT E. JR. Social Studies!CANNON agent,
METZGER, KIMBERELY lWsegandl. Socsal Studies!Speech
MILLBROOKS, ROBIN: Home Economics
MILLER, DEF-IIS LYNN: Business Education, Home Econom-
ics, Socsal Studies! Messenger
MILLER, DIANE: Home Economics, Socsal Studies
MILLER, JANIE MARY: Art, Social Studses!SAO representa-
MILLER, JEAN MARIE. Business Education, Mathematics!
Art Club, COE, OEA, Hsgh School Red Cross Club
MILLER, KATHRYN A Foreign Language, Sorszsl Slurllrfzi
FTA, History Club, CANNON agent, SAO rffprsfsi,-vrtatiw:
MILLER, MADIE MARIE Business Education, Horns- Eff,
rsomlcs, Social Studies!Trar:k
MILLER, ROGER LYN Electrical Trades
MILLICAN, RANDY LEE lrldusIrlr1llAYI5
MILLS, HOWARD Business Education
MITCHELL, ANITA E Business Education, Social Slutlllfu
MOBLEY, LYNN CHERYL Business Etlucatiors, Home Eco
nomics! GAA, Track' Junior Council
MOFFATT, ELLEN ANN Art, S0c.sal Sludses! CANNON
MOFFITT, TOBY GAIL Socsal Studies
MONTGOMERY, DUANE MICHAEL Art, RABIOEUIBIILT-, S0
cial Studies! Chess Club, Baseball
MOODY, REGINALD Electrical Trades
MOORE, DAVID HENRY Mathematics, Sclrfnuf, Social
Studies! Spanish Club
MOORE, JOYCE ANN Business Education, Home Econom
MORAN, DANIEL JOSEPH Socsal Studies
MORRIS, BRIAN ELLIOT lBrsanl Business Education, SO'
cial Studies! DE, GAA, OEA, ROTC Offscers, ROTC Boys
Drill Team, SAO representative
MORRIS, SUSAN lSuslel Home Economics, Mathematics,
Socsal Studies! Art Club, Key Club, High School Red Cross
Club, ROTC Girls Drsll Team, Masorette Corps, SAO repre-
sentative, Recorder of sensor roll room
MORSE, TIM lCool Timl Industrial Arts, Social Studies!
Chess Club, Intramural Sports, Photography Club, Service
Club, Football, Athletic manager, CANNON Yearbook
Staff, SAO representative
MOTE, JAMES RICHARD Auto-Aviation, Social Studies
MUNN, SHELIA: Art, Socsal Studies! Art Club
MURPHY, LESLIE. Home Economics
MURRAY, GREGORY: Building Trades
MURRAY, SHARIAN LYNN. Social Studies! Drama Club.
Music Club, ROTC Girls, Girls Concert Club
NAHAS, KEVIN GENE' Social Studies! Key Club, Concert
NAVARRO, SOFIA. Socsal Studies! Spanssh Club, Y-Teens
NEAL, MARSHA: Business Education
NEAL, THOMAS: Drafting, Mathematics, Social Studies!
Tennis, SAO representative, Commencement Committee of
NEW, MARGARET EDESEL: Business Education, Social
NICHOLS, NANCY JOYCE: Social Studie-s!Drama Club,
Commencement Commsttee of sensor class
NICHOLSON, MARGARETTA S.. Business Education!Span'
OAKLEY, JEROME M. IJerryl: Printing
OFFUTT, LARUE K.: Auto-Avlation!Football,Wrestling
OLIVER, MICHAEL G, lMikeI: Social Studies
O'NEILL, JAMES MICHAEL: Social Studies
PAGE, DONALD: Auto-AviatsonlBaseball, Basketball, Foot-
PALMORE, BILLY JOE: Auto-Aviation, Socsal StudieslICT,
Intramural Sports, Lettermen's Club, Baseball, Basketball,
PARKER, JOHN L.: Mathematics, Foreign Language, Social
StudIes!ROTC Officer, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC Color
PARMAN, DENNIS lPeanutl: Socsal Studses!German Club,
PARR, DARRYL fthe Pearllz Art, Socsal Studies!Art Club
PARRISH, VICTORIA LYNN IVickieI' Business Education,
Social StudieslHigh School Red Cross Club, Girls Vollev-
PEEBLES, MARSHA LYNN: Business Education, Home Eco-
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PERRY, BARBARA JEAN Business Education, Home Eoo-
nomics, Social Studies!ICT, Junior Achievement, SAO
PERRY, THOMAS Industrial Arts!Activities Committee of
PERSON, MOSE Art, Auto-Aviation!Activities Committee
ol senior class
PERVINE, HOLSEY lMichaeIl Building Trades
PETTIS, CHESTER A . Mathematics, Electrical Trades!ICT,
ROTC Officers, ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC Drill Team
PETTY, GWENDOLYN D, lDianel' Business Education,
Printing! Track, CANNON Newspaper Staff
PHELPS, FRIEDA H: Mathematics, Foreign Language, So-
cial Studies!SAO representative, Colors Committee of se-
PHILLIPS, DAVID LEE Art, Social Studies
PIPES, JAMES E Industrial Arts!CANNON agent
PIPHER, DONNA JEAN' Social Studies!FTA, CANNON agent
PIPKIN, VERNON Electrical Trades! Lettermen's Club,
PLUNKETT, CRIS ALLEN Electrical Trades, Science, So-
POLIN, LINDA JEAN: Social Studies
PORTER, LINDA JEAN: Business Education, Social Studies
POWELL, GERTRUDE: Business Education, Home Econom-
POWELL, MARY HE LEN' Business Education, Social Studies
POWELL, MICHAEL JEFFE RY: Social Studies
POWER, TINA YVONNE: Home Economics! GAA, Track,
POYNTER, VICKIE Sf Art
PRICE, BARBARA C , Social Studies
PRICE, JANE LL lJuanal' Foreign Language, Social Studies!
Drama Club, History Club, Service Club, Spanish Club,
Prayer Circle, ROTC Girls, CANNON agent, SAO Execu-
PRICE, YULANDA J.: Business Education, Science, Social
PROFITT, GERRY l.:: Business Education, Home Econom-
PUGH, SHARON H. lPeachesl: Business Education, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies!Human Relations Council, OEA
PURNELL, JEANETTE: Social Studies
PURVIS, ROY: Social Studies!French Club, Cross Country,
Concert Band, CANNON Newspaper Staff
OUACKENBUSH, WANDA J.: Home Economics, Social
OUINN, SHERRY D.: Home Economics
OUINTANA, ROLANDO lRoIliel: Foreign Language, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies!Drama Club, FTA, Human Relations
Council, Lettermen's Club, Spanish Club,Thespians, Cross
Country, Track, Boys Concert Club, SAO Executive Board,
SAO representative, Chairman of senior roll room
RADER, WAYNE ANTHONY: Auto-Aviation, Mathematics
RAINEY, TIM: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies
RANDOLPH, CAROL: Business Education, Social Studies!
Drama Club, German Club, Human Relations Council,
Junior Council, Speech Team, SAO Executive Board, Se-
nior Sweater Committee
RASCOE, JOYCE ANN Home Economics
RATCLIFF, CHRISTINE Y. lChrisl: Mathematics, Science,
Social Studies!COE, OEA
RECTOR, BONNIE SUE: Business Education, Social Studies
REDD, ROBERT1 Industrial Arts
REEVES, TERESA. Business Education, Social Studies
REID, MARCY C. lTaylorl2 Social Studies!Track
RENEAU, RICHARD A. lRickl: Art, Social Studies! Hiking
Club, Lettermen's Club, Photography Club, Tennis
REYNOLDS, KAREN SUE: Home Economics, Social Studies
RIAS, MARY L.: Home Economics, Social Studies
RICHARDSON, BYRON L. lLevelIl: Industrial Arts! Football
RICHARDSON, ELROY: Industrial Arts
RICHARDSON, JAMES: Social Studies! Drama Club, Span-
RICHARDSON, MARY Kg Business Education, Social
Studies! Girls Concert Club
RICHARDSON, PE i'ER A' Auto-Aviation, Social Studies!
Wrestling, Cap and Gown Committee
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RICHARDSON, WILLIAM PAUL lBillvl: Printing, Social
RICHEY, MAR LA J.: Social Studies! French Club
RICHMOND, MICHAEL DAVID: Industrial Arts
RILEY, PATRICIA ANN: Home Economics! Music Club,
Girls Concert Club, Techoir
RIMMER, JEROME: Industrial Arts
RIOJAS, REYNALDO: Social Studies! Concert Band
ROACH, JUDITH lJudVl: Home Economics
ROBERTS, DEBORAH: Social Studies! High School Red
Cross Club, Girls Concert Club, SAO representative
ROBERTS, DONALD: Mathematics, Social Studies
ROBERTS, PAMELA: Business Education! OEA, COE
ROBERTSON, BRENDA: Home Economics
ROBERTSON, DEBRA: Art
ROBERTSON, JOHN HOWARD: Social Studies
ROBINSON, CAROL lCookiel: Social Studies! Girls Concert
ROBlNSON,JAMES: Building Trades
RODRIOUES, MIGUEL: Business Education, Social Studies!
Vandalism Committee, President Student Body, Junior
and Senior Class President, Vice-President Student Body,
Red Cross Delegate, all at James E. Roberts School
ROGERS, HAROLD: Auto-Aviation!Concert Orchestra
ROSEBROCK, CAROL A.: Foreign Language, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies! Chemistry-Physics Club, Prayer
Circle, High School Red Cross Club, Concert Orchestra,
SAO Executive Board
RON, LARRY DEAN lL.D.l: Business Education, Social
Studies! DE, OEA, Baseball
ROUTH,SHARI LEE: Foreign Language
RUPERT, LILLIAN iBitl: Business Education, Mathematics,
RUSSEL, MARCUS: Social Studies! DE, Concert Orchestra
RUSSELL, PAMELA: Business Education, Social Studies! DE
SANDERS, LINDA: Home Economics, Social Studies
SAPP, PAMELA: Business Education, Social Studies! DE
SAYLES, MARY KAY: Business Education! GAA, OEA,
Junior Council, Majorette Corps
SCHNIPPEL, VERONICA J. lVickiel: Business Education,
Home Economics, Mathematics, Social Studies
SCOTT, BARRY: Social Studies! History Club, Intramural
Sports, Baseball, Basketball
SCOTT, WILLIAM RONALD: Industrial Arts! Football,
SCRUGGS, STEPHANIE: Social Studies! Drama Club, NFL,
SEATS, BEVERLY D.: Home Eoonomics, Social Studies
SHAW, DIANNA LYNN: Business Education! Drama Club,
Prayer Circle, Ouill and Scroll, High School Red Cross
Club, Thespians Club, Speech Team, CANNON Newspaper
SHEPHERD, JUVERNA: Business Education, Home Econom-
SHERRILL, PAMELA ADRIENNE lPaml: Business Educa-
tion, Home Economics, Social Studies! DE, OEA
SHEWMAN, ROSE E.: Home Economics, Social Studies!
President of Junior and Senior classes and Secretary of
Student Council all at James E. Roberts School
SHUMAKER, CLIFFORD DAVID lCliff Davidl: Art
SIEFERT, PAUL M.: Photography Club, CANNON News-
SIZEMORE, MARVIN D.: Business Education! OEA, March-
SKINNER, HENRY CHARLES: Social Studies
A NEWCOMER at Tech would get quite a zap!
SMITH, BOBBI JEAN: Home Economics, Social Studies!
SMITH, GREGORY MARTIN lFarmerl: Mathematics, Sci-
ence, Social Studies! Lettermen's Club, Football, Tennis,
SMITH, HERMAN L.: Industrial Arts, Social Studies
SMITH, JERALD WAYNE: Art, Mathematics, Social Studies
SMITH, KIRBY JOE: Social Studies! Golf
SMITH, MIRIAM IRENE lMimil: Foreign Language, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies! Chess Club, Girls Concert Club,
SMITH, PEGGY: Social Studies! Majorette Corps
SMITH, STEPHANIE: Social Studies
SMITH, TRINA V.: Business Education, Home Economics!
Girls Concert Club, SAO representative, Colors Committee
of senior class
SMITH, VICKI LYNN: Business Education, Social Studies
SMOOT, EDWARD: Building Trades, Social Studies
SNOW, WANDA T.: Mathematics, Social Studies! Concert
Orchestra, String Ensemble, CANNON agent
SPEARS, PAUL ERVIN: Industrial Arts, Social Studies!Art
Club, Chess Club, French Club, History Club
SPE LLS, ROBERT EARL: Social Studies, Building Trades
SPRAD LIN, DEBRA LYNN: Social Studies
SPRAGUE, JIM E.: Business Education
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mention class? Yes, Class of '73!
SPRATT, ANTONIO: Social Studies
STANDARD, SARAH: Social Studies
STARKS, SHIRLEY ANN: Social Studies
STIENBURGER, DAVID RAY: Auto-Aviation! CANNON
STEPHENS, JAMES M.: Art, Industrial Arts! Track
STEWARD, ALBERTA: Home Economics
STEWART, PAULETTA lCookiel: Business Education, So-
STIGGER, MICHAEL JEROME: Metal Trades!Wrestling
STINSON, JOY C.: Building Trades, Social Studies! Foot-
ball, Golf, Wrestling
STOCKS, RONNIE JEROME lSpiderl: Building Trades, So-
STOKES, TERSA L. lBIushl: Business Education!Radio Club,
Service Club, Y-Teens, FTA, ROTC Officers, ROTC Girls,
ROTC Sponsors, ROTC Drill Team, Concert Orchestra,
Girls Ensemble, Techoir, CANNON agent
STOMM, PATRICIA IPattyl: Social Studies!Speech Team,
History Club, NFL, High School Red Cross Club, Concert
Band, SAO Executive Board, Recorder senior roll room
STONE, ROBERT LEE: Industrial Arts, Social Studies
STONE, THOMAS lTonyl: Music, Social Studies!Concert
STOOPS, JOSEPH: Social Studies
SUHRE, RICHARD: Electrical Trades!Radio Club, Boys
SULLIVAN, JEANE PATRICE1 Social Studies!Service Club,
SUMLAR, GAIL CLARICE: Social Studies !Drama Club,
Concert Band, Speech Team
SUMMERS, MAYNARD, JR,: Social Studies
SWEATT, RONALD WADE: Auto-Aviation!Chess Club, Bowl-
ing, CANNON Yearbook Staff, Prom Committee of senior
SWINFORD, DEBRA LYNN IDebbyl: Home Economits,So-
cial Studies!COE, Drama Club, Concert Orchestra, CAN-
NON agent, SAO representative
SYKES, OLLIE: Industrial Arts, Social Studies
TABOR, JEFFRY IJeffl: Electrical Trades, Social Studies!
Football, Track, Wrestling, Concert Band
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MAMAS and papas have their day.
TAG UE, LESLIE Bussness Educatson, Home Economscs
TAUBE, PATRICIA KATHLEEN IPatI Mathematscs, Socsal
Studses, ScsencelFrench Club, GAA, Human Relatsons
Councsl, Cheerleader, Concert Band, SAO Executsve Board,
Colors Commsttee of sensor class, Bell Chosr
TAYLOR, JOHN ED Industrtal Arts
TAYLOR, JOYCE DUMES Home Economscs, Mathematscs.
TAYLOR, KASAUNDRA Home Economscs
TAYLOR, KATHERINE LEE IKathyI Bussness Educatsorl
TAYLOR, KATHY ANN' Scsence, Socsal StudseslDrama
VANWYE, RANDALL IRandVI Dra1tsng,SocsalSludses
VAUGHN, DANIEL WAYNE Auto Avlats0rt!CANNON iiqlflll
VENEY, ELIZABETH ANNE ILsbbyI Home Eoonorvtscs,
Socsal Studses! Cheerleaders, CANNON Yearbook Stalt,
VIA, JAMES BENTON Electrical Trades!ICT
VIERS, DEBORAH ELAINE Bussness Educatson, Socsal
Studses! Drama Club, French Club, Junsor Councsl, SAO
VINCENT, VERA ANN Socsal Studses! Drama Club, FTA,
GAA, Spanssh Club
VIRDEN, BARBARA ANN Socsal Studses
WADE, JOHNNY Aut0'Avlatson! Wrestlsng
WAGNER, JUANITA ROSE Foresgn Language, Home Eco-
nomscs, Socsal StudseslGerman Club
WALKER, NEAL A Busldsng Trades, Scsence
WALKER, RICK Bussness Educatsonl Football, Wrestlsng,
Prom Commsttee of sensor class
WALLEN, DAVID A, Mathematscs, SOcsaI Studses! lntrae
mural Sports, Lettermen's Club, Tennss, Track, Wrestlsng,
Boys Concert Club, Boys Octette, Concert Band, Techosr,
Prom Committee ol sensor class
WALTER, MARLA LORRAINE Socsal Studses! Track
WARD, JEFFREY VAN Auto-Avsatson, Socsal Studses! ICT,
Boys Concert Club, Techosr
WARNER, CHRISTIANNE IChrsstsI Foresgn Language,
Mathematlcs, Socsal Studses!FTA, Prayer Csrcle, Spanssh
Club, Exploratory Teachers, SAO representatsve
WASHINGTON, IRVING W., JRJ Mathematlcs, Socsal
Studses, Mussc, Chess Club, German Club, Key Club,
Baseball, Concert Band, Dance Band
WASHINGTON, JESSIE J ' Foundry
WATERFORD, CARL, Mathematscs, Socsal StudseslNFL,
Photography Club, Spanssh Club, Basketball, Speech Team,
CANNON agent, SAO representatsve
WATKINS, DAVID E.: Art, Socsal StudseslBasketball
WATSON, MICHAEL Kf Industrial Arts!ICT
WATTS, DARLENE JOi SOClaI StudseslMasorette Corps,
Human Relatsons Councsl, Ayres Fashson Board-Tech rep-
resentatsve, Colors Commsttee of sensor class
WAYMAN, CONNIE. Home Economscs
WEBER, SANDRA JEAN IDELANEYI ISandyI' Bussness
WELLS, BERDIA IBsrdseI: Home Economscs, Socsal Studses
WEST, MICHAEL PHILBE RT IMskeI Mathematics, Science,
Socsal StudsesllCT, Intramural Sports, Latsn Club, Key
Club, Tennss, Wrestlsng
WEST, THOMAS lThomI' Mathematlcs, Scsence, Socsal
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Club, German Club, Human Relatsons Councsl, NFL,
Thespsans, Majorette Corps, Speech Team, CANNON Year-
book Staft, Prom Commlttee, Commencement Commsttee
of sensor class
TAYLOR, LYNN KEVIN Socsal Studses! ROTC, Boys Con-
cert Club, Melodayers, Techosr
TAYLOR, RONALD LAMONTA Auto-Avsatson!Concert Band.
TAYLOR, SUSAN ISweetseI Socsal Studses! Track, Mes-
TAYLOR, TERRI, Art, Home Economscs
TEDROW, CAROLYN LOUISE, Bussness Educatson, Home
THACKER, LISBETH JANE ICookI Bussness Educatson,
Socsal Studses! OEA, CANNON agent, SAO representatsve
THACKER, MICHAEL DAVID Auto-Avsatson
THOMAS, LORETTA Home Economscs, Socsal Studsess'
THORMAN, DEBORAH LOU Socsal Studses!ICT, Hsgh
School Red Cross Club, Gsrls Concert Club, SAO represent
THURSTON, KENNETH Prsntsngs' ROTC Offscers
TISDIAL, VICKY LYNN TE RESA Bussness Educatson' COE
TONGE, DIANE Bussness Educatlon
TOWNSEL, Z, ANNE Bussness Educatson
TROXELL, BRENDA L Home Economscss'Drama Club.
Gsrls Concert Club, Melodayres, Techosr
TROXELL, LINDA SUE Bussness EducatsonIGsrls Concert
Club, Melodayres, Techosr, Symphonsc Band
TURNER, CARL R Auto'Avlatson, SOClal Studses
TURNER, DUANE Auto-Avsatson,'Football, Track, Wrestlsng
TURNER, PRISCILLA LOUISE Home Economscs, Socsal
TURNER, ROBERT Bussness Educatsons Basketball, Foot-
TURNER, ROSALYN Home EconomscssCANNON agent
SAO representatsve, Gsrls physscal educatson asssstant
TWIGG, JAMES L. IJss-nl Socsal Studses.-'Lettermen's Club.
Basketball, Football, Track
UNDERWOOD, KELLY JEAN Home Economscs
Studies! Melodayres, Techosr, CANNON Newspaper Staff
WHITE, BARBARA Bussness Educatson, Socsal Studses
WHITE, PATRICIA IPattyI Bussness Educatsonf French
Club, OEA, Hsgh School Red Cross Club, Y-Teens, Melo-
dayres, Techosr, Speech Team
WHITE, VE RNA MAE, Home Economscs
WHITNEY, JIM' Socsal Studses
WIGGINGTON, GARY Bussness Educatson, Mathematscs,
WILES, ALANi Mathematscs, Foresgn Language, Socsal
WILEY, JOHN Prsntsng! Cross Country, Wrestlsng
WILKERSON, BERT Draftsng, Socsal Studses! Baseball, Ten-
WILKERSON, LARRY JAMES Foresgn Language, Indus-
trsal Arts, Mathematscs, Scsence, Socsal Studses! Chess
Club, Chemistry Club, Lettermen's Club, Spanssh Club,
Basketball, Football, Track
WILKINSON, LLOYD ISteveI Auto-Avsatson! Track
WILLIAMS, DARYELL ANTHONY IDurnptruckI Bussness
Educatson, Socsal Studses! Lettermens Club, Football,
WILLIAMS, DELORIS P ILoddseI Art, Socsal Studses! Art
Club, Gsrls Gymnastics, Concert Orchestra, Strsng En-
semble, Actsvstses Commsttee of sensor class
WILLIAMS, DELIRIA IDeeI Socsal Studses
WILLIAMS, FRANK Auto-Avsatson, Socsal Studses! Sweater
Commsttee of sensor class
WILLIAMS, GEORGE DONALD, JR Draftlng, Socsal
WILLIAMS, LIZZIE B Bussness Educatson, Home Econom-
scs, Socsal Studses! Track
WILLIAMS, LESLIE JO Home Economscs, Socsal Studses!
CANNON agent, SAO rrzpresentatsve
WILLIAMS, MARILYN ANITA Mathernatscs, Socsal Studses!
GAA, Gsrls Volleyball, Concert Band
WILLIANIS, NENNETTA Bussness Educatson! Track
WILLIAMS, PATRICIA ANN Bussness Educatson, Home
Economscs, Socsal Studses
WILLNER, ALETHA EDNA Bunssssf-,-, ErIur.gtsrsrs, S0r,s.gI
Studslfsf Drama Club, NFL, Hsqh Snlsrml Hsrrl Crry,-, t,lssI,,
FTA, Techosr, Spvl-ch Trzam, SAO Fxvsutsvs' Hmsrrl, Lars
and Gown Cornmsttsfrr ul gsgrslrgr r Iu'.'.
WILSON, CARL EDWARD Srlrlill Sltsrlslfufstrs-sfsll Il-.urs
WILSON, DONALD LE ROY Auto AvluIlt1tI,S0rl.1I Slsstlllsz
WILSON, KEVIN JOE Socsal Sturls---.
WILSON, ME LODY A Sr,srfrsr,r-
WINGO, JAMES W Irtriuilrsal Art'.IBOy'. Corus-rl Clsllr,
CANNON Nrfwspapvr StaII
WINK LE, RICHARD L Electrical Tradrfs
WITSMAN, APRIL L Bussnr-ss Eduoalsorl, Socsal Sturlssf-,I
COE, OEA, Ousll arlrl Scroll, GsrI'. Corltrsrt Club, CANNON
WONG, DIANA K Art, Socsal Studses ffiyrnrsa-.tsp-., GAA,
WOODARD, EARL WILLIAM Auto Avlatson
WOODCOCK, SUSAN K Socsal SrurIsr:s!SAO reprrzsvfntarlvr-,
Float Commsttee of srfrssor r0II room
WOODS, KAREN WRAY Business Educatson, Horns' Eco
rsomscs! SAO rrfpresentatsve
WOODS, LOUIS DEAN Busldsrsg Trades, Socsal Studses! Lrft
termars's Club, Football, Track
WOODS, ANTHONY SOCIBI StuIIls:S
WOODS, SHE LIA Home Economscs, Socsal Studses
WOODSON, DARYL Metal Trades
WRIGHT, CON RAY Industrsal Arts, Socsal Sturisrfs
WRIGHT, LAURA LOUISE Art, Bussness Educatson
WRIGHT, LYNN BURTON Mathr:r'natscS, Socsal Sludsr:-.,
Scsence! Intramural Sports, Photography Club! CANNON
WRIGHT, PAULA JEAN Bussness Erlucatson, SOcsaIStllr1lf:s
YATES, LARRY Bussness Educatson lSwr:alf:rs Commsltef-
of sensor class
YOUNG, MARTIN VICKERY Socsal Studses, Scsrfnug
YOUNG, MICHAL ALLEN Track, ROTC Rslle Team, SAO
YOUNG, MILDRED ANNA Foresgn Language, Socsal Studses!
Chemistry Physics Club, Drama Speech Club, French Club,
History Club, NFL, Prayer Csrcle, Thespsans, Concert
Orchestra, Melodayres, Speech Team
ZACKERY, EDWARD MARK Socsal Slutlsrfsf ICT, Fool
ball, Track, Wrestlsng
DONALD DUCK remains anonymous.
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ROBERT STOCKARD, vice-principal, is coor-
dinator of pupil personnel.
WALLACE POTTER, in charge of personnel
and instruction, is one of Tech's five vice-
RAY REED, completing his second year as Tech's principal, is in charge of all activities, pupil
administration and staff.
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in charge of curriculum, programs, records,
instruction and schedule problems.
JAMES E. STEWART, as a vice-principal,
DONALD OLDHAM, vice-principal, is in charge
directs Adult Education Division.
of finance, buildings, and grounds.
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IVI. WARD WHALIN is administrative assistant
to the principal.
KARL SCHNEIDER is the assistant to Nlr.
IVIRS. MARJORIE MCCUTCHEON is the visual
ROBERT MEYER is director of student acrivi- JOHN IVHNER is the HOUSE- leader.
ties and public relations.
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HOWARD CATT is the athletic director.
and adviser of the newspaper.
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FREDERICK KE LLEY, dean of boys
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SOCIAL SERVICE: Mrs. Carolyn Ray, Robert
Collins, Mrs. Barbara Nicholson.
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GUIDANCE COUNSELOR Floyd Tobrocke
HOUSE PLAN GUIDANCE COUNSELOR
GUIDANCE COUNSE LOR Ernest Cline
LIBRARIANS: Mrs. Geraldine Ward, Mrs.
Judith Hamilton, head.
GUIDANCE COUNSE LOR Duane Blankenhorn
GUIDANCE COUNSELOR Mrs. Mildred
GUIDANCE COUNSE LOR John Hurrle
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Brodhecker, Mrs. Shirley Lundgren.
GUIDANCE COUNSELOR Mrs. Sarah Hamer
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GUIDANCE COUNSE LOR William Graney
DISTRIBUTIVE OCCUPATIONAL TRAIN-
ING COUNSE LOR Charles Kocher
ITHEL SHOEMAKE R, director.
CLYDE ARMEL, business man-
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ERNEST HOLMES, industrial co-
operation training and employ-
JOHN MULLENNAX, head, in-
troduction to industry.
NORMAN BRINKER, industrial
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MRS. DELSIE SHOEMAKER,
RON HOKE, coordinator, coop-
erative office education.
DONALD Q. DAILY, director
Neighborhood Youth Corps.
OFFICE STAFF-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Fannie Fowler, Mrs.
Caroline Hyatt, Mrs. Charleyne McArdle, Mrs. Sandra Lauder-
dale. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Florence Cox, Mrs. Martha
Thomas, Mrs. Bernadine Pool, Mrs. Edna Ayers, Mrs. Dorothy
Armel. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Rita Tussey, Norma Rodewald,
Mrs. Louise Creasser, Mrs. Janice Chadwick, Mrs. Gene Mont-
gomery. FOURTH ROW: Patricia Littell, Mrs. Rosalynne
Yarnell. FIFTH ROW: Mrs. Shirley Kilgore, Mrs. Elsie
Robards, Mrs. Virginia Allen, Mrs. Gloria Robbins.
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dolyn Huff, Mrs. Judith Shattuck, Jerry Smith.
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Art Club 74
Attendance Department Assis-
Auto Aviation 56
Barn Project 45
Bell Choir 67
Biological Science 32,33
Boys Concert Club 63
Boys Drill Team 38
Boys Octette 64
Building Trades 54
Business Education 40,41
Cannon Newspaper 84
Cannon Yearbook 85
Career Center 52
Chemistry-Physics Club 30,31
Chess Club 27
Color Guard 37
Commercial Foods 53
Concert Band 69
Cooperative Office Education 43
Data Processing 53
Departmental Assistants 143
Debate Team 76,77
Distributive Education 42
Diversified Occupational Training
Drama Club 80
Electrical Trades 57
English Assistants 18
Evening School Office Staff 143
Exercise in Knowledge Team 51
Exploratory Teachers 26
Foreign Language 20,21
French Club 22
Future Teachers of America 26
German Club 23
Girl Scouts 48
Girls Concert Club 62,63
Girls Drill Team 37
Girls Ensemble 64
Girls Gymnastics 110
Girls R.O.T.C. Sponsors 39
Health Department Assistants 29
Hiking Club 109
History Club 27
Home Economics 46,47
House Plan 44,45
Human Relations Council 28
Industrial Cooperative Training
Introduction to lndustry 59
Junior Council 50
Junior Honors 50
Key Club 83
Latin Club 23
Library Assistants 29
Marching Band 72,73
Metal Trades 55
Music Man 62
National Forensic League 76
Neighborhood Youth Corps 45
Office Education Association 43
Office Staff 143
Pep Band 70
Physical Education 108
Physical Education Assistants 29
Physical Science 30,31
Prayer Circle 48
Quill and Scroll 85
Radio Club 82
Rebel Without a Cause 78,79
Recreation Program 108
Red Cross Club 49
'Rifle Team 38
R.O.T.C. Officers 39
Security Officers 143
Service Club 49
Social Studies 24,25
Sophomore Honors 51
Spanish Club 22
Speech Team 76,77
Stage Band 70
String Ensemble 67
Student Affairs Organization 51
Symphonic Band 72
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Ackerman, Karen 18
Adams, Mrs. Annabelle 41
Allen Clifford R. 52
Allen Gaylord 139
Allen Louis D. 31
Allen, Richard 32
Allen, Mrs. Virginia 143
Amend, Mrs. Patricia 46
Armel, Clyde 52,58,142
Armel, Mrs. Dorothy 143
Ayers, Bob 24
Ayers, Mrs. Edna 143
Bales, Mrs. Eileen 143
Battey, Mrs. Wilma 140
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the six-story tower.
Beall, Howard E. 52
Belding, Robert V. 138
Bell, Carlos 98
Berger, William 45,52
Blankenhorn, Duane 26,141
Boger, Carl 143
Bowers, Mel 90,101
Briggs, Mrs. Eugenia 143
Brinker, Norman L. 52,142
Brodhecker, Mrs. Betty 141
Brooks, Mrs. Catherine 143
Brown, Jim 35
Brown, Mrs. Joan R. 18,26
Browne, Raymond 74
Bulthaup, Robert 52
Caldwell, Mrs. Pauline 31
Carbone, Dean 90
Carlock, Mahlon 140
Carter, Helen 18
Cassell, Mrs. Virginia 18
Catt, Howard 139
Cecil, Michael R. 41
Chadwick, Mrs. Janice 143
Chohany, Mrs. Elizabeth 35
Clanton, John 143
Clapp, David 20,22
Clapp, Mrs. Margaret 18
Clark, Mrs. Cheyl 18
Cline, Ernie 96,141
Cody, Mrs. Wylene 46
Collins, Robert 32,141
Commons, Patricia 24,44
Comstock, Mrs. Diane 18
Corbin, C. H. 35
Corrado, Rita 18,44
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Cox, Mrs. Florence 143
Crawford, Marion 36
Creasser, Mrs. Louise 143
Crooke, Robert E. 52
Cruser, David 52
Csiky, Mrs. Lois 18
Cummins, Mrs. Ann G. 41
Danheiser, Tom 18
Davis, M. Turpin 41
Davis, Walter 24
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the Arsenal Tower when lightning struck the Civil War Arsenal and caused
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support legs of the bell were destroyed!
Davis, Mrs. Zoearline 140
Dawson, Sgt. Thomas 36
Deem, Harold 52
Dudkovvski, Sam 52,142
Dykeman, Richard 31
Eads, E. Ellen 18,49
Edwards, Mrs. Felisha 41
Elder, Leon 35
Elliott, Harold 52,142
Evans, Edward 62
Evans, Mrs. Erma 30,31
Farley, John 32
Farrell, William J. 24
Feigert, Mrs. Judy 35,44
Fields, Mrs. Jeannette 143
Fields, Mrs. Louistine 41
Fine, Mrs. Serine 20,23
Ford, Robert F. 18,44
Fowler, Mrs. Fannie 143
Freeman, Joyce L. 41
Freeman, Joyce L. 41
Frye, Mrs. Lois 41
George, Dave 41,97
Gilliland, James K. 52
Glover, Richard 35
Goodrum, Mrs. Alice C. 18,78
Graney, William 141
Gruner, Wilbert 143
Guess, William 41 ,52,142
Guess, Mrs. Mercedes 32
Hahn, Mrs. Margaret 18
Hale, Hester Ann 18
Hall, John 24
Hallagan, Harvey 24
Hamer, Mrs. Sarah 141
Hamilton, Mrs. Judith 141
Hamilton, Marian 74
Hancock, Sonja 35,48
THE 100-YEAR OLD BELL rests on the ground instead of the third floor
of the Arsenal. That's where it would have ended up if the roof had given
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Hardiman, Emmett F. 18
Hardy, Marguerite 46
Harry, Charles E. 44,141
Heavenridge, Jack 143
Henderson, Oral E. 52
Hill, John C. 52
Hill, L0uiS G. 18
Hill, Mrs. Odessa 46
Hoffman, Mrs. Marilyn 35,44,143
Hoke, Ron 41 ,43,142
Holmes, Ernest H. 52,142
Holmes, M. E. 42
Hon, David 32
Horstman, Mrs. Sherron 46
Howard, G. W. 32
Huff, Mrs. Gwendolyn 143
Hurrle, John 101,141
Hyatt, Mrs. Caroline 143
Hylton, Charles H. 52
Insley, Gertrude 18
Ireland, Ron 35
Jackson, Burney 5.52
Jackson, Mrs. Virginia 41
Johnson, Alice M. 41
Jones, Bernice 18
Kanouse, John 24
Kelley, Frederick 52,140
Kern, John 27,31
Kilgore, Mrs. Shirley 143
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to the music as Mrs. Mendel plays
Kimberlin, William 24
King, Jack 52
King, Janet 18
Kirsh, Arthur 32
Kleine, Jay 89,94
Kocher, Charles 45,141
Kohut, M. Eileen 18,140
Kuck, Keith 41
Lagadon, Mrs. Maria B. 20
Langlotz, Mrs. Mildred 143
Lauderdale, Mrs. Sandra 143
Lee, Mrs. Barbara 24,140
Lehman, Arnold 35,140
Lehman, Kirby 18
Lewis, John 18
Littell, Patricia 143
Lopossa, Paula E. 18,44
Lovelace, Clifton 52
Lundgren, Mrs. Shirley 141
McAfee, Mrs. Mildred 141
McArdle, Mrs. Charleyne 143
McBride, Judith 18,49
McCarty, Lowell 45
McCutcheon, Mrs. Marjorie 139
McDowell, Edward 90,140
McGeath, Bruce 24,88,89,90
McMiIlian, Ann 18
McVay, Mrs. Cheryl A. 41,44
Malone, Dan S. 52
Marshall, Lewis 45,142
Marthin, Mary 24,48
Martin, Ellen 41
Martin, George 143
Martin, Leon 143
Mashino, Gary 52
May, James 31
Mendel, Mrs. J. Loesje 62,64,66
Metcalf, Dewayne 59
Meyer, Robert 24,139
Miessen, Frederick T. 52
Minks, Stan J. 18
Minor, John 44,139
Montgomery, Mrs. Gene 143
Moon, Mrs. Wanda 143
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nounce winners of door prizes at Open House.
Moon, William 62,66
Moore, Mrs. Marian 46
Moreman, Ivan 96,101,140
Morse, Mrs. Thelma 35
Morse, William 24
Mullenax, John 52,142
Murphy, Margaret 143
Murphy, Wesley J. 24,51
Nall, John F. 74
Nelms, Thomas 143
Nicewanger, Mrs. Mary 74
Nicholson, Mrs. Barbara 141
Nobles, Ron 62
Ohmit, Mrs. Gwendolyn 41,52
Oldham, Donald 138
Oldhum, Meriam 45
Oliver, Willie 36
Orth, Robert 32,44,50 D'
Oscarson, Paul E. 52
Palmer, Donald 143
Parker, Mrs. Marjorie C. 41
Parrett, Sharon 140
Pence, Lewis 52,140
Pentecost, Mrs. Mary 143
Perry, David 24
Phemister, Lorena 74
Pool, Mrs. Bernadine 143
Potter, Mrs. Margaret 143
Potter, Wallace 138
Purvis, Alice 35,44
Ransom, Mrs. Natalie B. 46
Ray, Mrs. Carolyn 141
Reed, Ray 96,138
Ridley, Mrs. Louise 35
Robards, Mrs. Elsie 143
Robbins, Mrs. Gloria 143
Roberts, Craig 18,44
Robinson, Don 35,95
Robinson, Smith 74
Rodevsmld, Norma 143
Rose, Mrs. Carrol 46
Rowland, Mrs. Betty 143
Russell, Mrs. Gertrude 29,143
Sangster, Robert 143
Schnakenberg, Mrs. Florence 18
Schneider, Karl 139
Schneider, Mrs. Louise 74,143
Seelye, Mrs. Corrine 46
Shah, S. Hafize 35
Shannon, Mrs. Ruth D. 32
Sharp, William E. 52
Shattuck, Mrs. Judith 62,143
Shock, Richard 139
Shoemaker, Mrs. Delsie 41,42,142
Shoemaker, lthel 52,142
Siedlecki, William 24
Singh, Mrs. Jatinder K. 18
Underwood, Mrs. Susanna M. 20,
Van Der Moere, H. R. 52
Walker, Mrs. M. 35
Walter, Charles 35
Ward, Mrs. Geraldine 141
Washington, Mrs. Emmagee 74
Whalin, M. Ward 139
Wheeler, William 35
Wignall, Mrs. Elva 46
Wilkinson, Arthur 36
Williams, Blanche 141
Williams, John M. 52,59
Woodard, Robert 108
Woods, Morris 52,142
Woolford, Mrs. Mary 46
Wythe, John 32
Yarnell, Mrs. Rosalynne 143
Yeagley, Terry C. 52
Young, Mrs. Sheila 20,62
Abernathy, Andrew 89
Abernathy, Judy 66,111
Abernathy, Teresa 22
Akers, John 90,101
Akers, Linda 23,64,66
Akers, Bryan 29
Alexander, Charles 27,5O,51,79,
Alexander, Charlotte 21 ,27,50,51,
Alexander, Mike 101
Allender, Ronnie 66
Alstott, Tom 101
Amato, Pasquale 101
Amato, Theresa 67,68
Anderson, Gus 90
Anderson, Ray 98
Applegate, Don 78
Armes, Sandra 18,28,49,51
Armour, Keith 22,28,51,66,67
Armstrong, Debbie 29
Askins, Karen 29
Austin, Barbara 53
Bailey, Ann 62
Baker, Mike 90
Ball, Chris 70,72
Bandy, Roberta 18,27,28,29,33 85
Bardwell, Bill 70,72
Barley, Dariel 55
Banta, Joy 29
Barnett, Sandra 53
Barr, Patricia 29,48
Barringer, Larry 101
Batts, Paula 22,50,67,68
Baxter, Steve 34,101
Beaty, Mary 64,66
Beaumont, Sherry 44,72
Beever, Kathleen 26
Beight, Randall 66
Bell, Bonnie 48
Bell, Greg 88,90
Bell, Toni 48
Benberry, Floyd 42
Bennett, Carol 29,78
Benns, Lou Wanna 22,51
Berry, Donna 22
Berry, Jan 51 ,62,71
Berry, Reginald 90,93
Beverly, Anthony 101
Beicht, Randy 63
Bilman, Jerry 29
Bingham, Larry 90,98
Bishop, Judy 29
Bivens, Janice 27,37,39
Black, Charles 64,66,70,88,90
Blakely, Autumn 62
Blakely, Joe 90
Blanchard, Willie 98
Bland, Millie 43
Bleier, Patti 43
Boggs, Marissa 29,49
MISS MCBRIDE introduces Olympic star Marvin Johnson and guest to her
Slover, Michael 74
Smith, Allen 31
Smith, Clyde 24
Smith, Ebert W. 24,44,45
Smith, Jerry 143
Smith, Robert W. 52
Smith, Steven 31
Snow, Mrs. Jane 46
Spinks, Nancy 35
Stafford, Mrs. Ruth 46,52
Stanley, Dan 20,21
Stewart, James E. 138
Stewart, William 45
Stock, Cyril 52
Stockard, Robert 138
Stout, Mrs. Dorothy 140
Strickland, Mrs. Marian 35
Sweet, Betsy 24,27
Swenson, Kermit L. 74
Switzer, Richard 62,70,72
Taflinger, James E. 24
Takacs, John R. 18
Tatum, William 62
Terrell, Roy 32
Thomas, Mrs. Martha 143
Thompson, F. Doug 52
Tincher, John 52
Tremp, William 52
Tresslar, Cecil T. 18,139
Tobrocke, Floyd 141
Turney, Bruce 31
Tussey, Mrs. Rita 29,143
Tuttle, Spencer E. 52
C3rnDbell, Alan 78
Bord, Greg 64,6679
Bond, Rose 66
Soolter, Vickey 37,39,42
Boone, Danny 63,97
BOUOHYS, Bill 63
Bracken, Larry 101
Breland, Kenneth 90,98
Brewer, Joyce 51
Brewer, Linda 68
Brimmage, Irvin 97
Brinkley, Andrea 49,62
Brinkley, John 101
Brinkley, Kathy 26,66,68.72,78
Brooks, Mark 39
Brown, Cindy 39,66,68,70.72
Brown, Jim 90
Brown, Kim 39
Brown, Margaret 23,50
Brown. Marsha 66,72
Brown, Mike 84
Brown, Stanley 55,70
Carbon, Phil 68,72
Carr, David 68,7O,
Carson, Jackie 43
Carter, Mona 111
Carter, 'Nayne 98
Casper, Toni 40
Candle, Phillip 72
Chalifoux, Vicki 39
Chambers, Beth 64,66
Chambers, Brian 90
Chandler, Michelle 29,48
Chanex, Bruce 72
Chapman, Sheila 29,111
Chapman, Sherri 29,111
Chastain, Christina 62
Chatman, George 101
Childs, Roger 66
Clark, Clay 97
Clarke, Beverly 111
Clayton, Tom 22,27,95
Clegg, David 96,98
Clem, Dean 97
Crafton, Ruth 40
Cranford, Marcia 23
Crawford, Melinda 23
Crockett, Rhonda 29,65,71,72
Crouch, Jeanne 111
Elmore, Earl 101
Elmore, Sam 90,92,98
Engram, Dwayne 101
Epperson, Gwen 29
Epperson, Leila 29
DID YOU HAVE a lot to give at the SAO ring toss to win a Pepsi?
Bruce, Torn 72,101
Bruden, Billy 68
Bruder, William 51
Bruer, Linda 22,29,67,72
Bryant, Blossom 66
8uCkley, Clara 62,70
Buckley, Sherry 62
Buckner, Adriann 43,71 ,72
Bullington, David 22,65,66,67
Burns, Charles 27,29
Burris, Mike 89
Burt, Danny 90
Buses, Venus 29
Bussberg, Brenda 66
Butler, Donna 22,68
Buttery, Lsarry 88,90
Buttery, Rick 90 2
Byrd, Denise 23
Caldwell, Debra 29
Cameron, Bonnie 18,28,39,67,68
Campbell, Mark 18
Camphor, John 21
Cannedy, Sherre 62
Clem, Richard 98
Clinton, Jeff 90
Coffer, Rodney 90,92
Cole, Susan 74
Coleman, Marna 29,50,62,64,66
Coleman, Steve 101
Collier, Jeff 90
Compton, Vernon 22
Conners, Edwin 55
Constantine, Renita 71
Cook. Phil 40
Cook, Steven L. 42
Coons, Cathy 64,66
Cooper, Carl 50,79
Cooper, Cheryl 62,72,111
Cooper, Lisa 69
Cooper, Tersa 68,72
Corlett, Carl 84,94
Cornforth, Diane 111
Corsaro, Toni 42
Coryell, Mary 72
Coryell, Melody 18,72
Cruz, John 88,90,92
Cunningham, John 90
Cupp, James 27
Dalton, Luben 70,72
Daniels, Paul 34
Davenport, Byron 97,98
Davenport, Richard 90,98
Davis, David 101
Davis, David 101
Davis, Gary 21 ,68,72,95
Davis, Steve 39
Daws, Debbie 23
Dawson, Anthony 98
Dawson, Terri 69
Day, Teresa 69
Deatrick, De De 31
DeBurger, Robin 68,78
Deloach, Bob 29
Evans, George 42
Evans, Pamela 29
Evans, Ricky 56
Evans, Victor 90,92
Fagan, Mike 21 ,90,98
Feltner, Darrel 39,48
Feltner, Marsha 49
Fiddler, Mark 27,29
Fiddler, Steve 78,79
Fitzwalter, Patricia 74
Fletcher, Reginald 101
Folson, Steven 63
Ford, Ann 22,48,85
Ford, Mae 29
Ford, Marshall 97
Foreman, Niles 98,101
WONDER IF Charles Howard and his girl friend are planning to have some
fun at the Mardi Gras.
DeMichieli, Sherry 84
Dickerson, Jackie 62,69
Dickson, Douglas 64,66,9O
Dirnmitt, Charlotte 22,69
Dinkins, William 101
Dobbs, Kathy 67
Dodd, Wanda 29,64,66
Donaldson, James 90
Donaldson, Max 101
Dove, Michael 38
Dowdy, Pamela 48
Drake, John 42
Drass, Cathy 62,63
Drexler, Ken 95
Drinnon, Dale 29,84
Dunstan, Edward 43
Dupree, Kim 37
Dupriest, Alan 79
Dykes, Brad 32,50,66,72,95
Eads, Dina L. 29,49,51,84
Easley, Herbert 90
Eaton, Danny 101
Froschauer, Juanita 28
Frost, Emilie 43
Fuhr, Pete 27,31 ,51 ,90
Fuller, Tim 68
Funke, Terry 62
Fuqua, Donald 34
Gammons, Julian 69
Garrison, Veon 96
I, Daryll 95
I, Kevin 70,72
G rlds, Cassandra 29
Cosby, Ricky 96
Cox, Leonard 97
Crabtree, J udy 36 ,37 ,39 ,66
Eaton, Nancy 49,84
Edison, Lon 85
Edwards, Mary 62
Gibson, Alphonso 89
Gibson, Floyd 90,101
Gibson, Lana 85
Gibson, Richard 42
Gill, Starlett 29,37
Gilman, Jerry 101
Gipson, Avery 101
Glen, Eric 89,90
Godwin, Kathy 49
Godwin, Tony 78
Goergen, Marguerite 43 51 53
Goliday, Dissree 42
FRENCH CLUB customers stop
to look in the flea market.
Goode, Becky 23,29
Goodman, Alice 85
Goodrum Cosette 62,78
Gorbett, Russell 69,101
Graham, David 98
Graham, Dennis 96
Graham, Dewayne 69
Grant, Teresa 38,39
Graves, Cynthia 62
Graves, Sharon 48
Grayson, Marlene 62
Green, Mike 66,94
Greenwell, Paula 43,49,53,74
Gregory, Cathy 29
Griffin, David 101
Guiden, Richard 63
Gunyon, Darrel 56
Hacker, Shelley 51,72
Hagan, Myra 67,68
Hagan, Teresa 67,68
Hager, Gayle 66
Hahn, Hillard 38,39
Haines, Jackie 49
Hall, Annette 42
Hall, Edna 29
Hall, Richard 101
Hall, Robert 96
Halliburton, John 101
Halstead, Susan 23
Hamilton, Pat 51,69
Hamilton, Robert 38,39
Hamilton, Roy 38,39
Hammer, Carol 43
Hampl, Heddy 21 ,51 ,74
Hampton, Ben 53,90
Hampton, Theresa 62
Hannemann, Mariane 29,62
Hannemann, Silvia 67,71 ,72
Hapner, Nancy 69
Happersberger, John 64,66,67
Harbin, Kim 29,49,51,62,63,111
Hardester, Marianne 66,85
Hardiman, Grady 42,96
Harding, Sue Annette 37,39
Harlan, Jay 20
Harmon, Sherry 29,49
Harper, Claude 42
Harrington, Steve 42
Harrington, Theresa 43
Harris, Buddy 29
Harris, Nathan 90
Harris, Steven 63
Harris, Vickie 42
Harrison, Dora 29,53
Hart, Foster 69,78
Hart, Heathcliff 27
Hart, Roger 72,90
Hartsburg, Debby 42,11 1
Hartsburg, Donna 29,11 1
Hatchett, William 101
Hawkins, Tom 68,70,72
Hawn, John 43,48,51,53,84
Hayden, Leisa 49,50,62,63,84
Hayes, Greg 97
Hayes, Larry 29
Hayes, Marguerite 29
Hazelton, Rhonda 48
Heatherly, Ken 90
Heavrin, Glenna 27
Heavrin, John 38
Henbree, Fred 98
HETTY HAMPL finds the Art
Club Excedrin Headache number
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er, and Suzette Clayton pose hap-
pily with Linda Barney, Miss
Henderson Cecilia 53
Hendrickson, Janet 71,72
Herrera, Sam 51 ,90,98
Herrington, Diane 29,71
Hicks, Lawrence 39,66
Hicks, Ricky 90
Higgenbortom, Phil 63
Higshaw, Anthony 101
Hill, Darnell 90,101
Hill, Dennis 90,101
Hill, Jerry 101
Hill, Susan 22,50
Hillman, Leah 22
Hogan, John 90,92
Hogue, Leslie 90
Holland, Patty 29,72
Holloway, Ron 29
Holman, David 42
Holsapple, Linda 85
Honeycutt, Danny 20
Hook, Kevin 27,28,51,64,66,85
Hopkins, Earl 32,98
Hoskins, Charles 96
Houston, David M 26,27,31,63,
Howard, Charles 63
Howard, Ralph 50,101
Hubbard, Jerry 98
Huber, Anita 51,64,66,72
Huber, Joe 66,68,72
Huebner, Beverly 26,29
Hughes, Karen 22
Hughs, Rhonda 50
Hunt, Rita 22
Hutcherson, Carolyn 53
llieff, Nick 98
Israel, Sally 26,74
Ivy, Willie 88,90
Jackson, Carolyn 62
Jackson, Louise 29
Jackson, Tony 65,66,84
Jacobs, Denise 66,68
Jacobs, Jeff 92
Jarrett, David 101
Jarret, Mark 90
ncz, Chuck 101
, Deborah 42
, Don 90
, Eli 66
, Joe 101
Johnson, Toni 26,48
Johnson, Walter 58
Jones, Gail 28
Jones, Orville 69,70
Jones, Roger 98
Jones, Samuel 42
Jones, Wanda 26,51 ,84
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Jordan, James 51
Jordan, Larry 90,98
June, Karen 29
Kares, Robin 21,51 ,66,84
Kelly, Bob 90,98
Kelly, Frank 90,101
Kendrick, James 53
Kennedy, Darlene 42
Killebrew, Anita 53
Killebrew, Vincent 96
King, Carl L. 65,66,67
Kirk, Carlos 28
Kirk, Malcom 29
Kitchens, Cindy 72,85
Knox, Linda 68
Knox, Marchell 98
Lambert, Dennis 89,90
Lane, Debra 65,66
Lanecaster, Dorothea 22,49
Lange, Alvin 88
Lange, Melvin 88,90,92
Lasher, Don 68,72
Lavalley, Robert 72
Lawless, Larry 42
Lawrence, Dennis 42
Lawrence, Stan 66,98
Leavell, Steve 27
Lecclier, Debbie 71
Lee, Alice 62
Lee, Constance L. 42
Lee, Kenny 101
Lee, Virginia 29
Lewis, Barbara 42
Lewis, Julie 62,71
Lingenfelter, Gerald 21,90
Lingenfelter, Jeff 51 ,72,88,90,93
Linville, Sharon 69
Linville, Sherry 68,70,72
..itteral, Darlene 69
Little, Joe 38,39
Logsdon, Mike 22
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Long, Geneva 29
Long, Mike 27,31 ,84
Lovelace, Clifton 28
Lowery, Carl 28,98
Lund, Jerry 58
Lupas, Jenny 42
MacBain, Elizabeth 49
McAfee, lzera 48
McCall, Jackie 29
McChristian, Regina 29
McCIanahan, Ruth 43
McClendon, Gus 26,43
McCray, John 78,79
McCray, Kathleen 74
McCullough, Kerry 29
McDaniel, Doug 28,68,70,72
McDaniel, Marcia 50,64,66,67,68,
McDaniel, Marlyn 29
McDonald, Anita 37
McElroy, Mark 20,101
McGuire, Fran 29
McGuire, Fred 90
McKee, Kristi 29,69,71,75
KIM HARBIN is crowned sopho-
more queen amid smiling eyes and
faces of Techites.
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TITANS plan to wipe up the floor with the opposition.
Martin, Doreen 49,71 ,84
Martin, Willie 98
Marshall, Victor L. 31
Mason, Dewayne 101
Massie, Meta 37
Mathis, David 38,39,88
Nlaxey, Rose 29
Maxwell, Reginald 70,72
Meadors, Vicky 48
Meadows, Vicky 84
McKinney, Luke 97,98,101
McKinney, Mark 28,64,66,94,98
McLung, Mark 72
McManama, Kim 43
McPherson, Robert 26,33,63,69
Maddox, Maggie 66
Manning, Betty 71
Marshall, Carolyn 23,29
Marshall, Victor L. 31
Martin, Brian 22
Meid, Jeff 66,96
Michaelis, Carl 67,68,7O
Milam, Mary 28
Miller, Alan 101
Miller, Bryan 101
Miller, Fred 101
Miller, Gregory 101
Miller, Jean 43,49,53,74
Miller, Kathy J. 26,27,29,51,62,
Miller, Linda 68,72
Miller, Phillip 63
Miller, Steve 101
Miller Tony 68,72
Mindach, Fred 27,29,64,66
Mindach, Rex 27
Mitchell, Ruth 50,67,68
Montgomery, Duane 27
Montgomery, Donna 48,66,67,68
Montgomery, Kenny 44
Mooneyham, Richard G. 27,31
Moore, Charles 90
Moore, Earl 90,101
Moore, Evelyn 29
Moore, Gary 101
Moore, Joyce 42
Morford, Debbie 62
Morford, Helen 29
Morgan, Brenda 22
Morris, Brian E. 38,39,42,43
Morris, Foster 56
Morris, Susie 71
DANNY RICHARDSON SUPE R-
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Morrison, Lisa 68
Morrison, Steve 97
Murphy, Diane 48,49,74
Murphy, Michael 63
Murray, Patsy 51
Murray, Ronald 101
Nahas, Kevin 66,72
Napier, Chester 89
Narvvell, Valerie 68
New, Margaret 42
Newall, Elizabeth 69
Newkirk, Marsha 74
Newkirk, Susan 74
Newman, Daryl 69
Nia, James 42
Nichols, Kenny 37,39,85
Nichols, Nancy 85
Noeer, Richard 27,34
Oliver, Claude 69
O'Neill, Cheryl 72
O'Neill, Mike 72
O'Neill, Vicki 72
Outlaw, Penny 29
Overton, Samantha 62,64,67
Owens, Donald 50
Palmore, Billy 42,98
Parker, John 38,39
Parker, Steve 89
Parks, John 51
Parsons, Curtis 90,101
Partenheimer, Susan 22
Pate, Janet 53
Pate, Ronnie 51
Patterson, Michael 55
Payne, Clarence 44
Perkins, Joe 90
Perry, Barbara 42
Perry Harold 55
Perry, Jael 29,51
Petree, Bruce 63
Petrey, Linda 29
Pettigrew, Cyle 66
Pettis, Chester 38,39
Phillips, Delois 50,68
Phillips, Doris 68
Phillips, Linda Sue 23,31
Pierce, Marie 50,64,66
Pipher, Donna 18,26
Pipher, Greg 25
Pipkin, Vernon 98
Pitano, George 89,90
Polin, Cheryl 66
Porter, Randall 29
Prewitt, Douglas 101
Price, Barbara 18,29
Price, Dawn 49,62,63
Price, Debbie 23,85
Price, Janell 51
Price, Lonnie 72
Proffitt, Joni 48,49
Pugh, Sharon 28
Pullon, Jim 79
Purvis, Roy 84
Ouinlin, Lester 89
Ouinn, Sherry 62,63
Quintana, Libby 22
Quintana, Rolando 26,28,63,88,
Rader, Karin 48,84
Radford, Greg 69,101
Radford, Tony 101
Rady, Garry 96
Rady, Jodi 51
Rady, Toby 101
Randall, Sheila 62
Randolph, Carol 23,28
Randolph, Delbert 101
Ratcliff, Christine 43
Ray, Tim 94
Raymer, David 89
Reese, Tom 94
Reck, Ruth 79
Reneau, Rick 31,95
Rhodes, Debbie 50,51 ,78,79
Rhudy, Donna 43
Rice, Nathan 69
Richardson, Byron 98
Richardson, Danny 51
Richardson, David 101
Richardson, Deborrah 50
Richarson, Kathy 29,46
Richardson, Ruby 44
Ricker, Mike 89
Riley, Patricia 66
Rimmer, Jerome 42
Riojas, Lydia 22
Riojas, Renaldo 69
Rios, Gloria 38,39
Roberts, Cathy 29
Roberts, Pamela 43
Robinson, Carol 62,63
Robinson, Janey 44
Robinson, Jeffery 98
Robinson, Rene 22,29
Robinson, Stanley 90
Robinson Vanessa 29
Rocks, Patty 72
Rodrigues, Steve 90,98
Roots, Kertis 97
Rosebrock, Carol 29,31 ,48,49,51,
Ross, Larry 42,96
Ross, Steve 90
Routh, Jeff 70,72
Rowe, Donna 48
Rush, Paula 111
Russell, Henry 90
Russell, Marcus 42
Russell, Pam 42
Sander, Mike 44
Sanford, Debra 26
Sapp, Pam 42
Seagraves, Bruce 97,101
Seals, Sam 89
Seats, Roberta 29,69,70
Segal, Elliot 97
Senour, Karen 28
Senour, Kristi 69
Schmitz, Earl 37
Schwartz, Michael 96
Scott, Lagenia 29
Scott, Steven 68,89
Scott, William 90,98
Scruggs, Valerie 62
Shaw, Dianna 84
Shelton, Dyrica 71
Sherrill, Pamela 42
Sherrod, Benito 68
Shobe, Kemp 101
Short, Mark 27,51
Simm, Charles 89
Simmons, Michael 63,69
Sims, Charles 74,89,90
Sims, Douglas 101
Sipf, Dennis 65,66
Sizemore, Marvin D. 42,43
Skelton, David 97
Stuck, Cathy 26,29,49,50,85,111
Stutzman, Debbie 66,72
Suhre, Richard 63
Summer, Albert 101
Surenkamp, Mike 27,31
Surenkamp, Ron 27
Swan, Sally 66,67,68
Sweatt, Ronnie 27,78,85
Swisher, Cindy 48
Swisher, Scott 72,85
Tague, Michelle 22,29
Deway ne 69,70
Smith, Gregg 33,98
Smith, Irie 72
Smith, Joe 101
Smith, Karen 29,50
Smith, Kirby 94
Smith, Ladonna 62
Smith, Miriam 62
Smith, Mussetta 29
Smith, Peggy 22,48
Smith, Ray 89
Smith Steve 101
Smith, Trina 62
Southern, Charles 63
Sovern, Theresa 72
Sparks, Darlene 65,66
Spears, Betty 51
Spears, Debbie 68
Spivey, Jimmie 42
Spradlin, Gary 96
Stafford, Bob 72
Standard, Sarah 40
Stephens, Byron 27
Stevenson, Hope 51,62
Stewart, Gary 101
Stewart, Janie 74
Stiers, Linda 71
, Denise 29,44,49
Tapp, Jack 37,38,101
Taube, Patricia K. 28,51 ,67,72
Taylor, Connie 23,29,48
Taylor, George 90
Taylor, Kathy 26,28,71,72,78
Taylor, Ken 97
Taylor, Lynn 39,65,66
Taylor, Terri 74
Tenner, Roselyn 22
Wakesman, Helen 23,31 ,48
Walker, Virgil 90,91
Wallace, Paula 74
Wallace, Robin 29,62,74
Wallen, David 64,66
Ward, Jeff 42,65,66
Ware, Anthony 98
Warner, April 29,62,63,76
Warner, Christi 22,26,29,48
Washington, Irving W. 27,70,72
Washington, Jesse 55
Warerford, Janet 48
Waterman, Pam 29,85
Watson, Dennis 101
Watson, Henry 53
Watson, Michial 42
Watts, Darlene 28,71 ,72
Watts, Julie 70,72
Weber, Sandra 29
Weiglein, Sherry 29,64,66,111
Tenner, Sheila 22,23,62
Terry, Bonnie 111
Thomas, David 90
Thomas, Loretta 69
Thomas, Pamela 29,48,51,68
Thompson, Clarence 101
Thorman, Debbie 42,49
West, Benny 90,101
West, Cora 49,51 ,62,72
West, Dale 101
West, James 38,39,50
West, Michial 42
West, Thom 65,66,84
Wester, Sandy 22,34,66,67,68,72
Stokes, Teresa L. 26,39,49,62,64,
Stomm, Patricia 26
Stone, Thomas 66
Stratton, James 98
Strohschein, Leisel 23,35,51,72,
Tibbs, Kelley 101
Tisdial, Vicky 43
Trotter, Mike 89,90
Trotter, Roy 79
Troxell, Brenda 65,66
Troxell, Linda 65,66,72
Tucker, Connie 51
Turner, Donald 101
Turner, Margie 50
Turner, Patti 23,69
Twigg, James 90,93,98
Underwood, Jim 42
Urban, Eddie 29
Van Blaricum, Joe 32
Van Cleave, Steve 48,68,97
Vaughn, Daniel 69
Vaught, Suzy 23
Wade, Alvis 101
Wagner, Ronald 69
Wheeler, Mary 18,50,68
White, Darrell 101
White, Kevin 56
White, Patrica A. 65,66,76
White, Tyrone 96
Whitfield, Katria 37,39,50,75
Whitfield, Lance 37,101
Whitmer, Teddy 21
Whitney, Jackie 22,70,72,84
Whitney, Phyllis 51
Witsman, April 43
Whitthorne, John 90
Wiggington, Debbie 62
Wildrick, Donna 111
Wiley, Beth 69
Wiley, Roland A. 22,50,95
Wilkerson, Larry 90
Williams, Darrell 88,90,98
Williams, Gary 101
Williams, George 59
MR. TATUM gets "up in arms"
HERE ITIS Pogue's Run! Would you believe this is on Tech's campus!
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directing Boys Octette.
WE'VE got a piece of the rock!
, Marilyn 18,29,70,72
, Mark 69
, Susie 29,62,85,111
Willis, David 101
Aletha E. 26,29,66,76
Wilson, Bill 42
, David 66,69
, Richard 27
Wise, Lisa 71
Wolfe, Luangela 74
Woodard, Paul C. 98
Woodcock, Robin 96
Woods, Louis 90,93,98
Woods, Margo 63
Woods, Michael 70
Woodson, Daryl 55
Woodson, Michael 63
Wooten, Barba 22
Wright, Levinia 50,68,70,72
Wright, Lynn B. 84
Wright, Mary 29
Wright, Vicki 29,50
Yarrell, Lawrence 63,85
York, Bab 84
Young, Anna 21,22,65,66,68,76
Young, Sharon 48
Zackerry, Mark 42
Zackery, Sidney 53,90
Zirnkeld, Sandra 29
High Point Yearbook Agents-Front Row:
Margaret Brown, Glenna l-levrin, Diana Her-
rington, Cathy Stuck. Second Row: Connie
Lee, Norman Benson, Bab York, Bill La Fara.
Wanda Snow, Leslie Hogue, Connie Taylor,
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Nobody knows what it takes to make
a yearbook except the kooky, busy loaf-
ers, the wise, nutty, harried, worried,
foolish, anxious, hurried, leisurely, in-
sane gang that makes up the yearbook
But a lot of other people helped:
The faculty at Tech, department
heads, club sponsors and custodial force
who tolerated our comings and goings.
The Bookstore who handled subscription
materials and tickets, advertisers who
bailed us out of the red, and Beverly
Studios who provided complimentary
basketball photos. lVlax Galloway and
staff who provided photos, and most of
all, the subscribers-who ordered during
the campaign and who are pictured on
the following pages.
CHEER LEADERS dazzle their audience at the Yearbook Kick-Off meeting.
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Amato, Theresa Amato,
Kathy Anderson, Sharon
Don Applegate, Sandra
Armes, Keith Armour,
Debbie Armstrong, Nyrita
Armstrong, Michael Ash-
ley, Bonnie Ashworth,
Karen Askins, Ann Bailey.
Michael Baker, Loretta
Baldwin, Bobbie Bandy,
Joy Banta, Charles Bar-
low, Belinda Barnes, Deb-
orah A. Barnes, Deborah
L. Barnes, Sandra Barnett.
Patricia Barr, Mickey Bax-
ter, Sherry Beaumont,
Connie Begley, Bonnie
Bell, Serena Bell, Carol
Bennett, LouWanna Benns,
Debbie Bible, Carole Big-
Barbara Bishop, Judy Bish-
Charles Black, Greg Boid.
Terry Bolton, LaTanya
Dorothy Booker, Jim
Frances Bostic, Gary Boy-
len, Calvin Brandon, De-
nise Brantley, Richard
Briles, Andrea Brinkly,
Kathy Brinkley, Vickie
Brinkley, Mark Brooks.
Arie Brown, Cindy Brown,
James Brown, Margaret
Brown, Michael Brown,
Roy Brown, Shelia Brown,
Theresa Brown, Tim
Caron Bruce, Tom Bruce,
Francis Bruder, Linda Bru-
er, Norma Bryant, Pam
Bryant, Charles Burns,
Mike Burris, Athena Buses.
Karen Butrum, Denise
Byrd, Linda Callahan,
Mike Callaway, Debbie
Capps, Rose Carnicom, Da-
vid Carr, Ramota Carter,
Anna Cavender, Ricky
Chalifoux, Vicki Chali-
foux, Beth Chambers, Mi-
chelle Chandler, Wayne
Chandler, Sherry Chap-
man, Chris Chastain, Helen
Marva Cherry, Chester Pet-
tis, Katrina Childers, Flog-
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Debbie Clendening, Mer-
ceda Clifford, Wyant
Clouse, Bobby Coffee,
Cathy Coffey, Diana Coff-
man, Carol Cole, Marna
Coleman, Flenetta Con-
Julia Cook, Marilyn Cook-
sey, Raymond Coonce,
Carl Cooper, Cheryl Coop-
er, Lisa Cooper, Vickie
Cooper, Mary Coryell, Mel-
Linda Cotton, Cindy Cox,
Linda Cox, David Crane,
Marsha Crawford, Melinda
Crawford, Sindy Creech,
Terry Creech, Jeanie
Marvin Crouch, Harold
Crowder, Terri Daniels,
Debbie Daws, Ellaweese
Day, Kathladena Davis, Te-
resa Day, Robin DeBur-
ger, Linda DeMichieli.
Denise Denny, Charlotte
Dimmitt, Wanda Dodd,
Bonnie Doll, Linda Dot-
son, Michael Dove.
John Drake, Catherine
Drass, Debbie Driggs, Di-
nah Drinnon, Donnie Dun-
can, Bill Durham.
Bradford Dykes, David
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Leland Edwards, Norma
Edwards, Debbie Eicks,
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Valerie Floyd, Ann Ford,
Jim Ford, Pam Ford, Deb-
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Geralds, Richard Gibeaut.
Starlett Gill, Jerry Gilman,
Dissree Goliday, Eric
Glenn, Michael Glenn.
Kathy Godwin, Cathy
Goergen, Alice Goodman.
Cosette Goodrum, Debcr
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Russell Gorbett, Regina
Gowdy, Tony Graves.
Linda Gray, Rodney Gray-
son, Paula Green, Paula
Greenwell, Donald Gregor,
Cathy Gregory, Debbie
Griffin, Darlene Grim,
Marc Gunyon, Shelley
Hacker, Vicky Haley, Su-
san Halstead, Larry Hamil-
ton, Mabel Hamilton, Pa-
tricia Hamilton, Sherry
Hammer, Calvin Ham-
Heddy Hampl, Silvia Han-
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John Happersberger, Kim
Harbin, Marianne Hardes-
ter, Grady Hardiman, Car-
olyn Harlan, Charlene Har-
Sherry Harman, Kathy
Harmon, Larry Harrell,
Betsy Harris, Henrietta
Harris, Richard Harris,
Dora Harrison, Heathcliff
Hart, Tony Hauser.
Leisa Hayden, David
Haynes, Annette Helms,
Cecilia Henderson, Julia
Herrera, Diana Herrington,
James Herron, Frankie
Hestand, Susan Hill.
Leah Hillman, Kathy Hit-
tle, Patty Holland, David
Holman, Linda Holsapple,
Kevin Hook, Earl Hop-
kins, David Houston, Bon-
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Howard, Steve Howery,
David Hudson, Anita Hu-
ber, Joe Huber, Beverly
Huebner, Rhonda Hughes,
Barbara Hutson, Margie
Irons, Sandra Isaacs, Rick
lsner, Francis Jackson,
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Don Lasher, David Law-
rence, Joanna Lee, Eddy
Julie Lewis, Melea Lind-
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Linville, Darlene Litteral,
David Logsdon, Mike
Long, Frances Love.
Emilie Lund, lzera McAfee
Carol McAuley, Tom Mc-
Colly, Regina McChristian
Gus McClendon, Carol Mc-
Clure, Karen McCloud,
Paul McCoy, Jessie Lee Mc'
Cullough, Rita McCurry,
Doug McDaniel, Mark Mc-
Elroy, Pat McGuire, Carol
Mclntosh, Kristie McKee,
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Karen Mertz, Mary Milam,
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Jean Miller, William Mil-
ler, Randy Millican, James
Milliken, Fred Mindach,
Rex Mindach, Donna
Montgomery, Ann Moore,
Jorga Moore, Mark Moore,
Dan Moran, Helen Mor-
ford, Brenda Morgan, Emi-
ly Morris, Kathy Murray,
William Neal, Elizabeth
Newell, Daryl Newman,
William Newman, Kenny
Nichols, Debra Oliver,
Cheryl O'Neill, Vickie
O'Neill, Kevin Osburn.
Samantha Overton, Mi-
chael Page, John Parks,
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rish, Suzan Partenheimer
Dwight Peavey, Donna Per-
kins, Harold Perry.
Gwendolyn Petty, Joe
Phillips, Linda Phillips,
Barbara Platt, Kevin Plum-
mer, Linda Pollin, Dawn
Price, Debbie Price, Joni
Deborah Purcell, Libby
Quintana, Maria Quintana,
Rolando Quintana, Wanda
Quackenbush, Karin Rad-
er, Jodi Rady, Bobby
Ransdell, Tim Ray.
Ruth Reck, Judy Reeder,
David Reneau, Deborrah
Richardson, Kathy Rich-
Danna Richey, Kevin
Ridge, Henry Rigney, Glo-
ria Rios, Harold Roach.
Doug Roberts, Mike Rob
erts, Tina Robertson, Lin-
da Robinson, Swansy Rob-
John Rush, Paula Rush,
Darla Russell, Deborah
Sanford, Mike Schwartz.
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nour, Sherrie Sergent, Nan-
cy Shackelford, Dianna
James Sherrill, Doug Sims,
Gloria Simpson, Dennis
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ta Smith, Debra Smith,
Donna Smith, Karen
Kevin Smith, Linda Smith,
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Smith, Peggy Smith, Timo-
thy Smith, Edward
Smoot, Wanda Snow, Te-
Betty Spears, Paul Spears,
Angela Stansberry, Byron
Stephens, Janet Stephens,
Hope Stevenson, Bart
Stewart, David Stewart,
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son, Liesel Strohschein,
James Stratton, James
Stroud, Debbie Stoddard,
Cathy Stuck, Robert
Stuck, Stephen Summer.
Linda Swift, Debbie Swin-
ford, Jack Tapp, Patricia
Taube, Anna Taylor, Car-
Ietta Taylor, Connie Tay-
lor, Debbie Taylor, Bar-
Hubert Teater, Earl Tedro,
Roselyn Tenner, Bonnie
Terry, Debbie Thacker,
Jane Thacker, Bonnie
Thompson, Rose Thomp-
son, Judy Tipton.
Linda Trimmer, Marjorie
Trittipo, Connie Tucker,
Debbie Tucker, Tanya
Tunstill, Denise Turentine,
Priscilla Turner, Diane Tu-
Kelly Underwood, Joseph
Vaugh, Carolyn Vaught,
Leslie Wages, Helen Wake-
man, Bonnie Walker, Paula
Wallace, Robin Wallace.
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ving Washington, Carl Wa-
terford, Janet Waterford,
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